<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02544
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02544
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
"1i1f"1''J''I' '' !':', '''' ''IfI '''''''''''' ';'''''\\''_':)'' ; '''"'''RrnfLwgm'' q_. r+P1/ _






VIet





I rahfuth nuut mel: grapbl'shed







E t.\ 1811-- Subscrlption--For Year, $1.GO; Six Months 15c-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner 1.


OCCtIb-; -1"-8IVEN.- !:---. -------- -_STARI3E__.__lTOR1DA___ ___ _FRIDAY_ ..__, JUNE. 5. 1938 _. . .. .NUMBER_-TIIiR Ty-oNC.. _
- --- ---- -- -- -- --- ----- ---


*etteway Leads; <.. Records Broken ?r


,


Cone Gaining Tabulation of County Vote I In County Vote 1 ';


----
--r- -
Andreu And Hazen PROCLAMATIONIn -____ ___ u __ __ __ ,_ __ __ RETURNSENJOYED Green Far Ahead j I

In First Nearest .
Elected cooperation with I the Of .
BY HUNDREDSAS
Starke Woman's Club I ..
PrimaryJOHNS hereby OpponentCAWTHON
GIVEN BY ; .1,
proclaim the week of June 8 TELEGRAPHOn .
through June 13 as Clean Up -

[ SENATOR Week. It Is my desire that every of the largest audiences of BEHIND

homeowner within the city I political enthusiasts ever' to throng -

\ night And Griffis limits enthusiastically observesthis I t i the local thoroughfares Jammed Other Cabinet Officers
week and makes an honest the\treets of Starke and other ad.
Win-Hayes And effort to beautify his home and 1 11 !J eL ti f Joining communities Tuesday when First In Their ,

the surrounding grounds. Beau- the first Democratic primary was
1
to Run Off Races
Hill ty is more than its own reward I
held.A
for It pays big dividends in attracting record vote was counted a* F'
Twenty-two hundred and thirtyN newcomers to our State Senator: compared with any former poll- Fred P Cone of Lake City gained '

votes were cast Tuesday In midst. Let us all heartily cooperate Johns :i Ing In either Starke or other pre slightly on Judge Raleigh Petto-
_261 491 335 30 106 38 29 105 1395
e primary election, setting a new in Clean Up Week. cincts. way of Tampa Thursday In their

iiih voting mark In Bradford Sapp 94. 218 144 32 50' 20 50 105713 Beginning at eight o'clock Tuesday race for the Democratic nomination
inty. The above were cast for (Signed) for governor but Petteway had y,4
and until
candidates seeking the position W. E. MIDDLETON, evening continuing a lead of 3.300 votes In 1,167 of tY
jherlff of the county. Trailing Mayor of Starke. Representative: early Wednesday morning election the 1.321 precincts
broadcastat
and
lovely behind in a large vote were'I Butler 34. 121 60 8-8 6 43 34- 304Durden returns were shown William C. Hodges of Tallahassee i
the Telegraph.; Complete unofficial remained In third place, 1,001 :
udldates of for Public the office Instruction of Super.tendent -, '_,______ 61 219 211 33 83 20 11 31- 669 returns of the election results votes behind Cone. B. F. Paty of

IIDg 2223. According to the HAZEN SAYS Hazen _269 376 215.. 22 72. 33 24 153-1164 of county offices were while given by West Palm Beach was fourth
midnight Tuesday, many
j graph files in 1932, the group state office results were also Unofficial figures on the 1,167
these two offices are I precincts late Thursday afternoon
voting; for County Judge flashed the
Farmers MayCOOPERATE : on large screen across gave: l r
ersed when the superintendent'sheld the street from the Telegraph of-
e the spotlight followed Landrum _152 374 ''249 19 54 32 61 102- 943'Perryman fice. By the aid of Congressman Petteway 42804. '

:losely by the sheriffs contest. _233 463 245 42 109 27" 19 118-1256 R. A. Oreen sound equipment frequent Cone 39,495.
This, one of the highest voting broadcast of the results were Hodges 37.044.

s for Bradford County, also given by the sound man War- Paty 31,813.
ova that only 216 voters quailed FUNDS AVAILABLE TO Sheriff: ren Graham. Eleven others of the unprecedented

refrained from casting their FORM ORGANIZATIONHERE Andreu _________243 428 869 46 122 43 30 151-1442 A crowd of more than a thousand field of fourteen entering '1' A'
w Tuesday. According to Har- the contest apparently were eliminated ? h
and down
I C. Wall supervisor of regls- Green_ _________124 241 89 17 20 9 1 42- 543 the streets persons here mingled until up late Tuesdaynlgbt including B. F. Paty of

!litton, 2449 Bradford residents Farmer cooperative enterprisesnow Johns_ _________ 24 73 34 3 26 7 52 29248 for both local and state vote. West Palm Beach who was an early
rt qualified prior to the Tuesy'l I leader.
the abet may be organized In Bradford ; returns !
However
election. ,
.
) The others stood:
ballots were yet out and It County with the aid of funds loan- Assessor: Paty 31.637, I r

''II expected that the number will ed to such organizations by the Resettlement PENSIONSBefore
Demorest 23 f40 J42 1 21 2 9 15353 NO Jerry W Carter of Tallahassee
tly be reduced when those are Administration, Lucian 29.818.

:bulated later in. the week. .* O. Hazen. assistant county rural Hayes ____-____ 71 335 222 54 104 51 43 1371017Hill Dan Chappell of Miami, 23,813. 4

The outstanding- the ture of the for rehabilitation supervisor, announced _ ____-_____310 256 132TaV 8 34 7 29 65841 October Burton. Tomasello, Caldwell.
itctlon Tuesday was race
Lewis, Martin, Maples, Gautler,
State Senator In which Charley today. and Yearwood trailed In respective ;''c )

Johns and M. J. Sapp participated, Funds have been made available,, .Collector: COUNTY SAYS order with a small percentage of J
la both Bradford and Union Coun- +
Mr. Hazen said, for loans to com- Johns _194 286 218 33 99 39 52 124-1045 votes
tiar In Bradford the count was, Four of Florida's representatives a ,
Johns 1393 and Sapp 713; In Union munity and< cooperative associations Knight _207 455 278 32 71 22 25 99-1189 BUDGET HAS ALREADY In congress apparently had been
1 Johns 881 and Sapp 391 votes. and to farm families for par. F BEEN SET FOR THIS returned without the necessity fora

Next trailing on the two races ticlpatlon in such associations as QUARTER runoff primary. Another, Representative

between Sheriff and Superintend-. well as In existing cooperatives.This ,. ... .. fa...... Bradford County will not par- W. J. Sears of Jacksonville f{
rat were the governors. Fred P "-. trailed in the second district # ;
.Is one of the means by which ;:: ticipate In the federal funds from ,
COM, of Lake City and Jerry Carer where "e opposed. Representative
the Social Welfare Relief division
Tallahassee, stole the show the federal government is helping President result
: of the Works Progress Administration R. A. Green of Starke as a ,
'(from twelve farmers to gain new economic security "
other
cudldatea gubernatorial 927 ;: Coutremarsh ____ 40 67 48 4 12 5 9 22208 before October 1, It was of a recent redistricting of the
when
they polled he said.eighteen this week announced by the Boardof state
[ud 478 votes respectively.In Florida counties already Roosevelt _ ______203 493 384 55 114 89 68 145-1501 County Commissioners. Reports from 142 out of 227 pre .'
the three cornered contest for have proposed establishment Mian Gertrude Heerlng, district cincts gave Green 13,688; Lester ,
itrlH, A. O. Andreu defeated both to W. Jennings of Jacksonville 4.020;
of organizations provide Representative Con.: director of the Welfare Service
[of his opponents in Tuesday's election such cooperative enterprises 'as met with the Board Monday and Sears 2,848; William J. Porter,

as did Fred Haten for Repttwntatlve meat curing plants, cane mills, Green _ _______261 612 381 61 123 48 56 140-1698. assured them of aid for thirty-two I of Jacksonville 2,367; and Claud v

Nelson In T.the Green State and Legislature Miller feed grinders, breeding animals, Jennings ____..___ 21 51 33 1 8 5 7 11- 149 people provided a local appropriation Tompkins President of Roosevelt Jacksonville.Is assured 833. of s
and and
medical services, buying of $18 for each of the clientsor
Johns were eliminated in the sheriff marketing. associations. Porter ______ :23 11 18 0 1 1 3 1982 a total of JS78 for the quarterly Florida's fourteen votes In the national
J race and C. C. Butler and A.A. i Democratic convention. The
.Durden were defeated by a majority "Loans will be made to cooperatives Sear _.: _________ 21 31 33 1 .13 1 7 15123 period from July 1 to September preference primary In
that submit sound plans on a 30. At a recent meeting, the budget presldentlaf
by Mr. Hazen, for repre- oasis of a real community need for Tompkins _ ______ 5 4' 10 0 2 0 5 1- .27 was drawn, according to the which Mr. Roosevelt was opposed'
Kntatlve the service" Mr. Hazen said officials, that allowed only $166 for by Joseph A. Coutremarsh of Lebanon
In the final three cornered race 'There must be assurance that the aid of these needy. N. H., attracted scant at 1
'for a county office, that of Tax Governor: tention.
mch an enterprise will be able to The Commissioners gave eleven "
Ae aor R. F. Demorest was ell- operate on a self-sustaining.." Burton --------.a..__ 11 31 13 0 23 2 2 688 aid from the pauper fund Incumbent state cabinet officers, 4
United and E. W. Hayes and with one exception, were ahead. W. a
said he will be glad to The Brooker center,
tali H. Hill will enter the second receive Mr: Hazen the suggestions of Bradford Caldwell ________ 17 15 t 112 0 3 2 1 1565 represented by L.Canning O. Haten requested S. Cawthon, superintendent. of +*!d

primary on June 23. County farmers at his office Carter_ ___-_____ 41 i59 95 35 31 20 20 69476 an appropriation for aid I public Instruction was trailing a
County Commissioner District Hall at Starke. in on their work there as Colin English of Ocala.: a;
t Barnes 104; Conner, 339 and In City Chappell ________ 7 15 U 0 1 0 0 238 compared carrying with those. similarly In 443 precincts, English had 18,-. j h

Edwards, 259. Commissioner District 250 FARMERS Cone_: _________196 310 183 22 55 31 41 89927 given to other communities of the 561; Cawthon 10.093; Claude C. : ;
3, Kite, 138 and Thomas 345. The request was complied Jones of Arcadia 5,144: F. W.
Commissioner! District 4 Saxon SIGN UP Gautier .. ________ 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0- 1 with county.and the Board gave 173. Buchholz of Gainesville 3,063: and '

loner 1M and Watterson 138. Commls- Hodges _ ______ 63 101 104 1 29 4 15 22343 J. H. Saxon and James Adklne, W. H. Calve of Tallahassee 4,153. ;
District 5, Dyal 192 and EXTRA DAYS GIVEN of Hampton, met the Board In the Comptroller J. M. Lee apparently
Gatten lot School Board DIst FOR FILING AP Lewis---------------0 0 1 0 1 1 1 .0- 4 Interest of H. C. Green who is in was on the way to a victory in the it

tool"5t t I..Moore 598 and Prevatt 443. PLICATIONSApproximately Maples ________ 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0- >3 need of assistance, he was allowed first primary.Lee In 474 precincts I. the
Board vote 30,472 Muncey
District 2, Manning S4 month, from the pauper was ;
W> and May 255. And School 250 farmers in Martin __ __ __ ______ 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0Paty' 2 fund. per Anderson of Jacksonville 7,284: { '.?'.
Board Dlstrlc Bradford County have enrolled In Mud Pace of Mount Dora 7.079 J. '
3, Crews 201 and died, ;
'seta t 299 the new Soil Conservation program ___________ 8 27 21 0 3 0 1 2- 62' the Mrs.Board Henry appropriated beta, Having$1. O towards R. Bullock of West Palm Beach :3..

The race between Buddy Bishop to date, according to L T. Petteway _______ 14 43 28 3 I 5 0 0 699 the expense of her interment 908; and Van C. Swearingen of i'
end!Nathan Mayo for Commlaslon- Dyer County Agent Union Coun- Miami 2,933.
(* of Agriculture was one of the ty, who is conducting: the work In Tomasello __ ____ 0 4 ,.4.. 0 2 0 0 212 Joseph E. Wilson transmitted an Two opponents could not equal
'' k
** ind high numbers when the this county. The farmers, he says, Yearwood _ _____ 1 0 .01 0 0 0 0 0- 1 application, by the heirs' of the the vote of W. V. Knott, state tr.... '
wumbent and his opponent tallied have responded well to the call to late G. C. Livngston] for a reduction surer. He had 54,326 votes in 894 .. a..
"tail votes, while Bishop led by a come in and sign up the preliminary )- In assessment on their precincts to 19.748 for Samuel W.
14 majority\ work sheets on their farms; Comptroller: property In the Town of Starke, Getseo of Bushnell and 20,999 for II 1

III the field for Congress in the and he is making a last effort to Anderson __ ___..._1 82 140' 186 17 64 13 33 71556 same was referred to Tax Assessor T. D. Lancaster of Ocala. .
IIeoDd District\ R. A. Green galnJ" get the others enrolled. Commissioner of Agriculture
N. D. Walnwrlght.Miss
large lead over three other The closing date for receiving Bullock _ ________ -9 17 *7 0 2 0 4 140 Ollie Marr submitted a bill Nathan Mayo bad 71.294 votes to t I

sea.with 1688 votes as compared work sheets was the last day of Lee __ ______-_121 268 ,145 40 40 '22 21 79736 for' drugs and medicines used by 83.007 for W. B. Bishop of Nash '
-
380. It was reported by late May, Mr. Dyer says, but, in order' her for charity patients, same was with 697 precincts reported.In e
returns that Green led far ahead to accommodate those who have Pace _ _________1 60 188 117 1 .40 16 12 39473 referred to the County Clinic for 643 precincts, Vivian Collins,

III the race and would hardly enter not enrolled, he will receive applications Swearingen ______ 18 35 32 1 1 3 6 399 approval and allowance. state adjutant general, led John O. ey
V leColid< J primary\ at his office for a few days 8a mNlchols requested additional McNamara of St. Augustine by a '
{1\other columns of the Tele- yet. The final checking and typ- assistance from the pauper fund count of 46,007 to 23,133. t
ar.pn will be found a complete ing of these work sheets is now Com.,of Agriculture: In behalf of his wife; the request UK'

, 'lid t&bulatloQ of both state and county being done In his office, and un- Bishop __________165 371 260' 48 98 41 69 151-1203 was refused.. MASSACHUSETTS Lttj

national..,.. officials. be til this about work June is finished 15 he ,will which acceptany will Mayo ______ _____123 268 171 7 37 15 9 43673 business J. M. Mitchell men of representing the Town the of COUPLE INJURED _

NURSES who will make application. Starke, requested the Board to assist AUTOMOBILE COLLIDES WITH H
MEET It Is very Important: Mr. Dyer State Treasurer: in paying the rent on the ,
Nursea from seven counties met that: farm In the county being used by the ANOTHER ON d
says every 89 195 159 38 62 17 47 71- 678 building now
"Wt farm Getzen ________ ROAD 13
rs la this new
Friday from 10 o'clock be enrolled WPA, upon motion being duly
Blldtol'll aDtil' 4 "In the afternoon with program if the farmers of the Knott_ __________116 270 159 11 43 17 10 73699 made and passed the Board decidedto Mr. and Mr.. M. H. Enerlcti I
County'. health county and state get what they are $5 month, all State and to their !
per
nurse. Thern.
XnTr. 43 121 69 4 20 5 12 26300 pay returning yesterday i
__
Clennle Soil Lancaster _____
Hickok. to conduct entitled to receive under the County Taxes and one-half of the, home In Boston, Mass., from St.
eiu monthly County Nurses' inl Conservation Act passed by Congress FIre Insurance premium on the Petersburg weer slightly Injured
Hon.k. Interesting demonatra- in February. Those who do State Superintendent: building owned by L. A. Davis andused when the car in which they were 4L1 :

dance, of thoee not prepare the work sheets now 50 31 7 10 1 4 18132 by the WPA, it being understood riding driven by Mr. Them collided i j t
11
.tt to was Buchholz _________
participate
to of Starke
Town
as a general wlU not be permitted that the J.to ja with another about five miles I
bolting 8kuesion of health Problems con- In any benefits that might be Gates"_ __'________ 17 37 16 4 8 4 3 998 pay 13 per month all City Taxes north of here on Road 13. ,J
retlldente. Miss Joanna L. for them. 2 29413 and one-half of the FIre| Insurance Witnesses to the wreck accordIng .
18
42
:gPaEp R. N, of the State Board Those who have not signed up Cawthon _ ______ 77 142 80 23 premium on the said building to Sheriff\ O. L. Bessley, who a 'y

HealthIacksonvflle, reedpd are urged to apply at his office In English __ 78 257 191 5 42 14 56 66709 Investigated, said that the driver
OVer the lDeeting. Lake Butler at once and take advantage 21210 Mrs. Clennle Hickok, County attempted to pass an automobile t
Jones--------------- 64 51 7 20 4 5
One- cf this program. There 38 Nurse; ft.: K. Perryman. County, parked oo be highway and lot d I ;;
I of the Puzzle that con- Is no obligation of agreement to Judge: ; sod Jonathan Dukes Justice control of the machine colliding '
hh hhpt ise student of human nature sign he says, only a statement of General: of the Peace 8th District, submitted with an approaching: southbound I -
e, t attraction and general Information Attorney I the monthly reports, which automobile.
that scandal the grown
f a r crops 129 6 47 12 46 42628 t',
IlUnda that belong to the about the farm and Bentley ._Y214 Both passengers were slightly r
peeL b: cent signup 95833 | (Continued ;Page Eight) Injured with body woUDd8.R .
18
"wreacent City Jour-I crops. Make It 100 per Landis _____ __120 298 224 39 62 27
for this county.

+ : i


___ "" ..,.,, r,\ M.' ,....._ .. _,_ .. '_LW..n. c .__ _. _.-,-w---... ... . ,
,_..... ...



Y. .r "rter.' w'1 ,.,.,".._.. vw,_ 'TY..,Ya.T'r r ,T" ,"- xTv'M'm'3'T':,! 'F'"!1""....-;...,... .,,....;rn'-\II\II'' r. ........,... ".m ."' .,nw_,.'.,......'JI",."-m-....." .< ."_."rL "...,... / '... .>, .' .


11A' '

,,1

1 ,t i t tt

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA ,, FB1DAV.X 1: 4,
f .AGE TWO ,_, "- -- -- IBk
___ __ r-
_m. __ ____ u
,
-
--
--' '" "

d, PINE LEVEL HAMPTON GUM BRANCH Miss Vera BROOKER

Mr*. II. M ftlcttoe Correspondent MlM Ada 11I1__*. C.rrnram*.mt Mlm. Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. 'I Ford Shows New Club Cabriolet oaiaey Conea'bteet' 1
Mr. and
+ M.a."I
Rev. McDonald, of Waldo will Mr and Mrs: Calvin: Dewene Mr. .
4r' Mr. and Mrs. H M. McRae and and children of Wildwoooi: Yholb
preach at the Methodist Church, and Mrs. L.. F. Gilliard and Mrs. "'
and Miss cent *"
'
granddaughter
faintly guests of Dar.-T'
and eve- H. M. Ingham, all of Jacksonvillewere her .
: Dorothy Norman, were visiting re)- next Sunday morning the recent guests of Mr. and :: '*,I ,'. ,._ 1 and Mrs. E. M. Hazen sb
ning. ar ,'
atlves at Sanderson recently. I I'u Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Gatlin, of Starke, was Mra. J. N. Norman. 'w... L. A MI..
Mr and Mrs. Lee Haltiwanger baby of >d
1"1 transacting business here this Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and daughter ; y! -{ Jacksonville spent' '
'{ and little granddaughter Betty; days severs
week. Eva of Starke were visiting at ,if, t recently here a. the
Ruth of Jacksonville were recent her guest! a
P ". parents Mr.
The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw pastorof the home of J. A. Harnage and and Afn ,
Mrs. H. M. Mc L
and
guests of Mr. Gainey. R
Church here recently .
t'' the First Baptist family ,

I Rae.lllHs Dorothy Norman of Gum has a host of friends here and Mrs. D. I. Knight spent several fIst ,, '- Mr. and Mrs. Paul i Stewarl Of

l throughout the county who are days recently in Jacksonville with j" Gainesville were recent
Branch section spent a few days guest,
her Of'
last delighted to know that his little relatives and friends parents, Rev. and Mrs r
McRae.
11 with Miss Odessa K
W week. daughter who has undergone an Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman were McGauley and his parent, Mr

Gus Fountain and son Leslie of operation<<: for appendicitis, In recent guests of her parents, Mr. rl Mrs. E. T. Stewart aM

visitorsIn Greenville Tennessee, Is improving and Mrs R. M. Johnson at Gra r'' Mrs. S. M. Mott and '
this section, were recent cblldtetJ',
Penney Farms. and the family will soon be at ham.Mr. were recent guests or her da,, .

'tome to us again. and Mrs. Marlon Browning an '' t J ter, and son-in-law Mr ,,,nd if
Mr. and Mrs. L L Rushing line y"J 1
d t Mrs J J. Buyd was transacting ot Ralford, were visiting Mr. and J Resale Carlton in Hellbronn

family of Gainesville were vlaitingr business In Waldo this week. Mrs H. L. Edwards recently. I Misses Lucille and Louise

,J Gus Fountain and family recent Marvin Blrt and Hawthorne Miss Vesta McRae. of Pine Level of Jacksonville spent several Webb.

{ ly. Johnson, who are Interested. In, the was a recent guest of Helen <:1{ recently here with their pare'5),,
/ -
\ ,t'it transportation of produce left this Norman. 4 : 'rv' '.-?/ Mr and Mrs. W. D Webb

"I'n I 111 I 1 I e week for New York. Harris Hodges of Jacksonville,, ''' \ +.---

; d : John Surrency of Graham was spent a few days recently here M \:> ;' Average price of gasoline 'in th,

t I r,A 4y \ t shopping here this week. with relatives and friends. United States was only i per ,cent

I, 1 'i Mrs. James Gnann, of Gainesville Mrs. Louise Denmark of St lower on Sept. 1 than 'n

I I'' ,,1 1 1f''f, it A, has been the guest of her Augustine was a recent guest of A NEW Ford V-8 de luxe convertible body type- by the tailored top. The seat back is divided either year ago. Will .

It t father, J. V. Jones. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S a club cabriolet with seats for six, is announcedby half tilting forward to allow access to the club seat ---

\,. q 't.t i"\\1 Mr and Mrs.\ Dewey Chapmanand Sapp. the Ford Motor Company. Its convertible top is in the rear. The luggage compartment is reached TRAIN SCHEDULE-

.t. .,, \', family of Gainesville visited J. A. Harnage and children and deeper than the de luxe cabriolet so as to house a through the rear deck. Interior Our schedule changes sundry<

""/ '. II I ilr,4e7iI tiI Mrs. Chapman's father, and m&th-- Mrs. W. F. Harnage were the second three-passenger seat snugly fitted in the clude upholstery in Bedford cord or in genuine April 28, and trains will run aa! fa

( ,I, ;''i, er Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers, guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- forward rear deck-in effect a rumble seat protected leather for seat cushion and backs. lows:
'I l.1H
I (
i,: \'t t. .1. 1EM111 1OLE his' week Rae of Pine Level. Sunday.Mr. ,, Southbound

t '1\\ i Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown of and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and GRAHAM HIGHLAND I.. No. 1-Due Starke lIU: p 11,

1j '1 Gainesville visited Mrs. Brown'amother. family were the guests of Mr. and No. 15--Due Starke ft i 12 p
Mr. L. C. Smith CorrespondentMr. 11
1 JACKSONVILLE
i'E'' j >,, Mrs. Evelyn Blrt recently. Mrs. Leroy Norman Sunday. Miss M. E. Crews Correspondent i. TheLetter No. 107-Due Starke 9'12A.11

i, \ Miss Thelma Gosklna of Hell- and Mrs. David Durbin and 1 Northbound

'1 j f( :1' CHAftl* CSINEI, Mw 5 Mrs. Josephine Sullivan and Mrs.J. ronn was visiting Miss Audrey children of Jacksonville, were visIting Mrs. Edith Padgett of Jackson BoxDear No. 2-Due Starke 4 55 11

YOUR _*.ld+d w.lat o.1 i.i .a..l P. Summers attended Union Norman, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Fogg, recently. ville spent several days here last No. 18-Due Starke \to( '38 A.M,

Z( H j N SMIUf oll. loportMce M UM< ,mdmiSteel meeting at Corinth last; Saturday. Miss Annie Mae Harnage Is Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman of week with her sister Mrs Effle OJ No. 108-Due Starke t\1iP u
.- !,lwM-U Iwtal lewd to the Iwsrtel .
Carter.W.
I oVws-lows J.rh. evI., E. 'v reoo rd pending a while with Mr. and the Rising section were recent visitors Sir:- Starke and \Vann Brunch

t ''r... lnv ese .haws,. lefl w.l fr il..si he !, Automobile accidents on North Mrs. B. M. McRae.Mr. of Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. G. Crews and Miss Mertls No. 101-Leaves Starke 7'oo A.gl

i ,I ndle wd colist Iu......, M .eh ewe Carolina highways during the last and Mrs. D. I. Knight and and'Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Crews of Clearwater visited rel- The summer round up of chil- No. 102-Arrives Starke I 150 P 11

f ," -Puns' .w.N .sd k SNdwl ro.dls4.pa six years. have cost the state $180- children were the guests of Mr. Mrs. Delmar McKlnzle and Miss atives here Saturady and Sunday.Mrs. dren who will enter school at the Dally except Sundays

1 Aid CONDITIONeD 000.000, It Is estimated substan- and Mrs. George Tetetone, Sunday. Mildred Broughton of Hart Haven Effie Carter Miss Mary opening of next term will soon betaking T. J. GRIFFIN
COCKTAIL LOUNGl COFFCI SHOP Dinkins and Miss 'Jewel Carter place In Bradford and Clay
f the cost of N. Norman and .
1I tially more.than gov- Mr. and Mrs. J. were visiting here recently.Mr.
Rw..S.rk.sh, Pww, I.h ernment that period. the \ Roberts were shopping in Jacksonville Fri- Counties NOTICE OF TEACHER'S
i I during daughter, Audrey, were guestsof and Mrs. C. B. were
I ; TtRoewSIOO MR.... Jl.JO ,_. The of this round ito EXAMINATION
7 .. Norman object up
I 40RaemS)00 14 Roam I3.JO -- Mr. and Mrs. Ancil visiting Mr. Robert's mother In day.Miss
I \ I Lake Butler Dorothy Crews of Starke examine these children for any; Teacher's examination will tx
10 1..4. .. IMk P.w 11.1 $50O Kansas train-auto collisions in Sunday. recently.
1 1 i I sbely ..w/. Maw wsp 1935 killed 63 persons only four Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Quite a large crowd attended spent the week-end here at the physical defects that may prevent held at the Bradford County Rig

l ''' Oil., ) t POUND M.nl.MOtiLAIIIN less than the combined toll the two visiting( Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish services at the Christian Church home of her Grandfather F. M. them doing the best work in School Building June 4, S and 6ta/
jil
i C"f" W MOfit l .. onotol r O. preceding years. Monday. Sunday, May 24. There was a Crewa. school. Applicants are expected to trim
i Sun. Miss Mary Dinkins of Lawtey, paper pen and Ink. Be 'on hat
4- - Miss Ruby Tetstone' spent sermon by the pastor Rev. C. C. We know that the work outlined

't day night with Mildred Knight.A Johns, at 11 o'clock and dinner at spent Saturday and Sunday here In school was outlined by men and promptly at 8 a. m.

tI HOME large crowd from here attended 12. services at 2 o'clock and bap- with friends. women who know what a normal A. J. GRIFFIS

; r BOREE FUNERAL the party at the home of Mr. Ism following. I R. L. Crews and family were child of a given age can do; and County Supt

z N Full line of CmikoU air Undertakers Supplies and Mrs. Bill Newman, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barry of Tam. visitors here Sunday. : we know that such things as defective ItOTICR OF --
*l AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs Elsie Thomas and baby of : APPI.I'U'IO'
night. ) pa> were visiting recently at the bedside eyes or ears bad tonsils FOR TAX In'1)

DAY AND NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp spent of Mrs. Barry's father Mr. Baldwin visited relatives here Saturday and adenoids. Bad teeth, malariaor (Se.aie> Bill No. 11131

''1 53 PHONE 53 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Irving Murhee who Is very ill. 'I hookworms will prevent a child NOTICE IS HERERY ,jVE|\ >
fl Lee Green and Hiram Taylor of That Mrs. J. U Rranrley h.'.Id r "
O. II. BENNETT Mr. Conner.A Mrs. Lizzie Dryden of Starke from doing its best work In schoo Tax Certificate No. 904. ,mmicd Ih

G "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" large crowd from here attended was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Middleburg were business visitors and children with these defect 7th day of August A. D 193. h.
1 i' at the home of Mr. here 'Monday.'Mrs. filed name In my office ,nd h.
the party Harvey Starling Sunday. should have them corrected before mad application' for a tax APed i I
9 ,. M and Mrs. Shipman Sapp Saturday Among those who were In Nelson T. Green and children entering school so that they may; be: Issued, thereon. Said ocrtlflci:

4 s ,night. Starke Saturday were Eva Strick- I. of Lawty spent Sunday and compete with the normal child. embrace' the the following County of Uradfoni di-n-rlb".

1 1I' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and M. Johnson Monday here with relatives. !prop..rtr'n
and, Clayton Johns R. Life Is after : towltWA
of State Farm were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberlyand one competition an- of SEW\ of SEl
i i For Expert RepairingSmiths children the and Harvey Starling. other and the best prepared always of( 611
5 Township I South 21
of Starke Itangi
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Freddy Wimberly
the guests Miss Feral and L O. Jones of win and parents should try and Kant., containing 20 Acri-n moro

: Conner Sunday. Starke, attended the Ganus Music visited Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Mon- remove every- handicap that in any or lesi.

Class The assessment of the aalcl pro
Wednesday night.
day.Bill and B. way stands In the way of thle erty under the said eertlftcati !I.?,,
Ried W J. Bally A.
Just as he finished a sermon on Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and ,,
children getting all there is to an ed was In the name of r; n.'s
Garage :the subject of "Death," the Rev. Miss Leecy Fogg of Gainesville Chitty, Jr., of Jacksonville were education.No Pool. 1

ti Carl Ryden fell dead besides the al- were visiting Mrs. Millie Fogg, visitors here Monday. Unless said certificate *biil) 'IK r
deemed according law the ,,
to
parent wants their child to pro
f.. : tar of his church In Providence, Sunday. erty described therein .will lit 1.'
Phone 120 R. LIn Waldo Johnson, of Pinetta was RISING take a secondary place in school: to the highest bidder at the iniiri
or in after life They should want house door on the first Monday I
','. I visiting( relatives here this week. .Mla Edna Lewis Correspondent the month of July 1036 wh, .h ,
their child to be well fitted
India, telegraph poles are Little Miss Marlon Rafuse of as physically the 8th., day of July. 1916

y1 t. ,, : '' Wrecker Service Day or Night made of Iron so that white ants Starke, was visiting relatives here Mr. and M-Wbesley: Herseyand and mentally as the best of (OFFICIAL Dated. thin 8RAL IIlh day) of Ma'' '1"1 .

I cannot eat them. this week. children spent Friday night them for just as sure as night follows A. J. THOMAS,

I I with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. the day the man nt* woman Clerk of Circuit ,", I i "it
d i 'i, John Crews of Lake Butler was --b; ;-tlttd ; of Bradford Count J r; Id
A who Is" will be the
't Mrs. J. L. Underhill returned to
,- .. visiting E. J. Murrhee, Sunday. 6-15-51-6-12 ____
,- George Carl and Woodrow Prescott her home Sunday after spending leaders in every branch of govern-
-
-
p ment and business and the least NOTlt'1' OK PPI.tr ITIO
several days with Elder and Mrs.
of R. M.\
Ziff were visiting FOR TAX IIKKIttnitlt : : >
W. E. Hall of Green Cove Springs. fitted will be hewers of wood and .
Johnson and family Sunday after- ( Hill >o. Iliai: )
I Miss Ora Lee Lewis of Plant carriers of water or servants ot NOTICE IS HEnKHV '.lv.E
noon.
those who take the lead That Mrs Edna R. Thom.i h aid
Norman Johns Willie and Clyde City Is spending a few days with of Tax Certificate No. 2.1S. i L; ,,f saint'
Strickland attended the baseball her Grandmother Mrs. J. E. Lewis Any parent in this day and time 4th. day/ of July. A. D. 1927 i I.. ,. 'II

and other'relatives. who allows of their children to same In my office and hn 111'
game at Waldo Sunday. one application for a tag, deed I"! 1 I'
:Mrs Beatrice Hines accompanied Mr and Mrs. W. E. Conner spent lose Its life from typhoid fever, sued thereon. Said certlfi >, "

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frazer smallpox or diphtheria is certainly braces. the following desrrllnd' '
:Mrs. Henry'Padgett to her erty In the County of Hridfw,
i 1 a 1 1 1"Y home Sunday where she will visita Shaw of the State Farm. morally guilty of criminal negligence State of Florida to-wlt

while. E J. Norman of Wavery is as these are positively preventable Lots 1 A" 2 or Kt4 of AI,4. 1,1-I,
Ina-ston. Truby A spending a few days with his rel- and our State Board ot :' of NHVi' of Section !''s< l' wi'
.
1 1 I
? t y oma Me. $ orraNo.1ffouAere hip 8 South Range 22 East
atives and friends. Health Is the
....**....*.rrm.r,1 yea* ALL r1Vg ALL rOlTllF CLERICS AID ANTI-SLOTS giving prophylactic The assessment of the said. property
Ooed Stories I ,.... roe OMT Agriculturist T.r roe Ott1Ya BARTOW Bartow ministers Rufus and Ruby Crosby and E. treatment free and trying to beg under the said certificate. I I-,
', Country Horn..I T 11I' CauBtrr Home I yeas C. Lewis made a business trip to the people to take the treatment. sued wan In the name of Sum Tim,
3.. endorsed the movement againstslot Unless. said certificate shall j jredeemed I b
f The Fane feureel' I y QO The Fam feurasL I year 80v' Jacksonville .
J ,,' AND 'THIS NEWSFAPEX ; AND THIS NEWSFAfEB machines at a meeting of the Saturday. In'' Records show that nine per cent accordlnn. to law will. If I II '
therein
R&lford Alverez was visiting property described
} For 0..1'_ of all our school children fall to
t{ Fat One Tea Ministerial Association held at the I .old to th. highest hlddci, it th
i'f r Associate Reformed Presbyterian Jacksonville Monday. pass their grades and have to repeat rourt-houtie door on the firs) Mor,'
I Mrs. John Price, Mrs. Elmer the work. This day In the month of Julv, '19'
Church on Saturday night The yeara means I of July I"
which In the flth. day
+ p g Cotudq item. MD CALLS ministers agreed to put into circu- Rice, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shnttler that: we lose nine per cent of the Dated thin Und t day of May 'U-

nNOCa lation on Tuesday circulars seek of Jacksonville spent Wednesdaywith oat: of our schools which Is around A. J. THOMAS. ,'
/ 4 $IOrr a iTERfpfy Mr. and Mrs. ,R. M. Crosby. twenty-one million dollars Clerk of Circuit "Url"Flrrld,
t 1 ing to outlaw the slot machines In per of Bradford Counts

C THIS NEWSPAPER % ,hbddm r the general election In November. MIss Melua Crosby spent the year and nine per cent of that Done 5-29.tt-6-5-12-l

p i) !r'' 1 .DUaw e week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie million nine hundred thousand IV Til re COUNTY Jt'tMJK1. c'ol l "TIIHAOPOHII

4k''t' dii for 1 and Sullivan of Thlrreua.Miss dollars COUNTY rl.""''.
year a a per year all because these
If he Is to be successful, the IN THE MATTE OF THE BUT: AT
k Dorothy Crosby Is spending
'h lw children have some physical de- Decease'
poultry raiser must be alert at all OF J. W. ANDREWS 8R
a few days In Jacksonville with fects THE: STATE OF FLORIDA TO
which
; 3 prevents them doingthe
; 'r4 Big Magazines times checking on various phasesof relatives. J. W. Andrews Jr., William Anthnrv
THIS NEWSPAPER poultry management. R. school: work they should. Andrews a minor and T rrsniI
t A Friend to the Children. .and rum hla guardian, Thelma *"
I Mehrhof. drews. and to all other person conearned
for full SAXTON .
on. yean 9 :
Mrs W. A. Tyler, Crre........ You are hereby notified thOI ss''
OPERATION SAVES KITTENS sworn petition has' been filed ''r. ,
I And 4 Big Magazines Court praying authority for 1 vheeestateJo
CLEARWATER-Two
r s Miss Dorothy Swanbom has returned tiny tab aa administrator.rR"
home from Tallahassee by kittens at Clearwater Beach t J. W Andrews r

'' + i 1 Mag-stne from Oroup A] 3 Magailne.from Oroup B; 4/la all Coeur You Ask? where she had been attending F. owe their lives to a caesarian op- deceased simple the, to following deed and convey proper" !)In.11"'''

S. W. C. eration performed on a mother cat uate In Bradford County Florida t'
i
'.1.1P Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son, that had been run over and killed wit The: South-Half of the SE. rf th*.,
'' r / 1 1 i i by an automobile. The kittens R \ of Section 21. TOwnshtpMonth
; Sled t Any 3 Magazines : Arthur were In Baldwin recently. are V4 except thfoilowlnq
; Mr. and Mrs. Ealle Grtffla of I now four days old. and are being Range J. East ac'more
described -
,
I'y ; From This List g.l.ta.e." wwtri,.."- 3O.OOO Mile m Tire. Starke, visited Mrs. Lizzie Tyler fed with a special miniature bottle or less to-wlt: From w:P"l"fiTownship

z ..a Iaew l5r 0 A.e ..... """' N and nipple: Richard Zimmermanand where the South line of Spelton .,,
'I Kn. Itoiy 1 y- ..tlo.".. : .N 0 ,II7.1ourno1' recently. 8. South Range U F.

I ''y1 I..r Heo Fl.rdd a Qcu4._.. .1 I y- CMkIW" Npl'. f N 0 Dillie rertry' ,..,X.s. 1 112CYN.Ns ( 1 1 I IPro'venRaggedReliable Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews of Bill Wilke, employed at a gro- crosses the west edge or State B'u..''

h nO.N O'.N 1 _- fI-." NeW W: 2 rl. 0 TAe he" ..,...::/'::'"1st 1"yrt Lawtey visited her parents, Mr. cery store where the mother cat I,. then run Northerly tD along a point"beginnlnr

it 'F l1 nf < <, Nwuhad. Ma,...lse _I T "...........1.".., lne M.lbn\ ) lr 0 imlf wa' -,, ... 1 r and Mrs. John Bell, recently. stayed performed the operation State' Road, th..n"6881 feet Westerly. sl rtK"
Junior Hasu th>r Mithsra. >_l r- 0 .. trI a :-II..... M" with a razor blade. angles to said Road _ .. .... MtWll'eM.WI 11" Mr, and Mrs. W M. Norman of
roe
V, I y- 1r : with ald2K
c Clay:" Northerly parallel
t 4; M..... Club I 0 NaIIClsale, I ; a,.. 4 N_ Rising'section were recent guestsof feet tn South' line of 3 sir"'
...........aft I jaw .arIltep) .. hknl J" -- II
treetfeet
: ; said
oprl thence East 'along *
0 WI' it .i7/
.
f t Opea lead /Dap< ) -.I Tars ....... a.NI"e a B ewN'' .. 1" : s Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sumner. Road lOt"e'"
.......' ... 0 wmNT) ./NII=.. 1" "." .. to the State f ,l
1 Ma.; >aPalhiiod.r 'ol 'n'" ( 1 rr agotn4 a -' .. .." Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son thence Southerly along r"''d/n{ !
I ....1 ... ".. J"
wo.UT)
.
I' .. y- 1" a ....,. Lh Arthur, and Miss Dorothy Swan I3'4 feet to the point of beglnniy
ti Pictorial o _1 y.r 8 PklaldtMd '. .. ..,. J" MHO Lots) 1, 3. and 3, of Hl
Ir,, Preo*wire '- -.I Tare ..... . hg Q ,Pulbl'iNlu,: ... 1" Low at Factory bom were visiting In Starke Sat- InSo'u'lhT Temple' addition to the TOWS
aauBtta Slorio. 1" O-.n $395
T- a Isws Townshipshares
% t YI BCT.. Bo.k I .. ..--.I... : 'I"Ferns: !r urday afternoon.Mr. itarke I. S1
: B> ,- a ". 1" 0 _' ...e'.. 2Y'a ); RangV'tY'East: Also the ,
'I, i i,, ; ewlbm. A9rilhu\ot\ .1 I y- salkr ,'ur Iltwet 1" a.l/alwyt, and Mrs Frank Sumner and .. f SP, '
'' /f/ True ColOl._... _I 0 a ia/e U3w'ea.lAlrwby" 1 Jp Coupes Sedans-Trucka of the 8W(4'( of the NEW. U E",
? i dI ,iV Wane. Wscld. 1 y Y. 0 eppePl -_. 2ftt.. _'ttttWd 1" children of Luke City, spent last Township 7. South. Range
1'hq1 ( tht twed 0 1tI1.-- ), C:, ..,,, I 1" Sunday here with his parents Mr. Florida "onk
rGayl
Trw6-Ch. SMf f 'allalNr 0 .--1tO! :'io, aRl Henry A. McClellanWILLYS to BAnk of Starke, a
) 1 IP .f f if jmt rata Only' CM ink C ...._A.- aJ'1 PW/bT/ ..y' 1" and Mrs. A. C. Sumner. InK Corporation now In conaervanr.hlp eatl.fs
1 I; I, ..uww. Jluwid.. 1" T.. ... In full settlement
Mrs. Alma Bell and children .t seen ,
,} 1, r I i Maden MacBoaia. C UT_1 Tee DEALER NID/V wot gwq.tay.y tlon and discharge of the.Ifab'htr'said .......rn.'
with her stock
spent Sunday son-in-law for
estate
I Amwiera aid a
y- lean.- ..
'4444 4444b .l r Nl h.dg.at.. I I I y y10yslaal _w'i 1 / 1 ftOl Main StreetJACKSONVILLE. FLA. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Theo- ....to-../.. .fee. p.e... of said 100.%.tale levied.. and the a.ae".ed owner said''.t lion atr

Cdhw Tw dore Crews of Lawtey. I1NOtiGH. of capital stock of p'
Id'k G'E TtEMEN1 I Endow g Or Write Ancle Brown of Ocala spent of Stark., each said sharevalue "
PI.... Send M. of llOO.OOi t

t ; i i O Otter No. 1 D OHer H.. 2 Q OHer No. 3 0 OHer No. 4 Southern Willy Distributors the week-end here with his parents appear you at the: : office hereby.of theeCn.t, :,,
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown.
+ .' I'I am checkl-ff th. aag.siaes d.a Ite_ with a *'...'. aufcscrlp. Em 2S4 PeIIt'btt"nt.a.. Ga. t Judge at the Bradford.." Count.' J i,,
Courthouse In Starke
Moa to
i year
p.p.6I
r A. M o'clock on Monday 'rnwritte
D..
I ek A. 193 shave
Nam- FUNERAL DIRECTOR defences to saldpetition. IfJfJ:,
I s : Should you fall therein.Aeras"
: will b. entered In due cour. d
My Many Year Experience M-ke It Poealbla for Me to Reader said petition, which will be Ih.fnoft
8
y 1 i .....t ec iL F.flV V. EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE there presented to said

.. R Order. seat| ofWltnesa
aJ MODERATE ..KlCESDeWITI' my hand and the ,10
e i4, Town sad But. C. JONES said Court at Starke, Florida. 1ft
'
lath. day of
'r
. f. 8tf. flAlOfII Starke Florida .!C. K'plsg.rfOFFICIA. Au; (.

.. ( .jEoUJ
-, I-II-It--U
r


.. ...._.._ ."" .,,,Yr.1.n.w._ .' _. ..... ,N.',." ,. ', J.,._' :' .. t4C..1' ... .. .
_
M JWF J Ycatl1/' y M11CM"+Il'eRRSw rqr -"..-, .. ,, .. -' .rune" .a -k.-.fast,,,.. "....!o....... ."'P. ..... ..... ."" ""'..;..;., .
li .. -.a 'I L ",. .. .._- _. ...-



ru' 7'"i'n"; ; ) ,,",,,"""' r:'" -'''''''"''''' ......" ..
"



1'i'

JttiE .. __. _. -.-.- BRADFORD COUNTY-- .TEXJEGttAril.- STARKE." FLORIDA r.'GE THREE I ,
-- I I -

NEW LOW FARES future without waiting for the future center but this is not always pos beauty and make more attractive: Il,
tjdthe Worst is Yet to ComeSTATISTICAL ] '
t'
Economic Highlights U ON SEABOARD to become the present. Officials sible. the highways upon which hundreds 1

realize that as Florida be- The stated reason Is that ad-! of thousands of tourists must travel -

I'--' L (Industrial News Review) The new -drastclally- reduced comes more densely populated, lltlonal lands are given to the in seeing Florida.

fares of Eastern Railroads effective more pavement width must be pro- state without cent and must betaken "In the final analysis, the road- w

vided. It is too Ute, these officials as they (come usually withan side beautification which one
Ha.i>..(... Taat Attm the DI.a_ June tat, make substantial reductions -
IMO I- Pall. ..|TM>B. ('..*... ..* T.. In the cost of travel via say. to get addition! rightsofway equal amount of land strip on tears so much about is actually a
.. ..._
lltllB f BTrr I l Na-
.....1 ..4 ln
........... ProM Lvcal Wellare, ,all points In the South to the cit- for widening. ther construction will be plannedto '
'taeed| on good engineering, lowered ;
,ies of the East and Central West. Engineering and surveying have avoid this, the pamphlet said so

,'' Each passing week brings a little : As an example of the new lower shown traffic will not stay In Its : that when traffic volume steps up outs, and less money In the future

more order out of the political) :1 fares the one way fare from proper lana on a forty-foot pave t: to require a double lane there will for maintenance. This does

ew 1 1P chaos as the two great parties Starke to New York, including ment. Head-on collisions, headlight be room on one side of the old not allow for the future needs of

CrI gird their loins, summon their cohorts lower berth was $42.15, and Is now glare, and other dangers are pavement to construct the addi- denser population and much heavier j

and prepare for their quadrennial $39.56, a saving of $2.59. The eliminated by the divided lanes-- tional lane without then throwingthe traffic probably the greatest {

battle. fifteen day round-trip ticket, including two twenty-foot pavements running double lane offcenter.The Incentive for the wider and more ti !

V.ti Practically all preliminary Interest lower berth In each direction parallel on the same right of pamphlet explained that modern roadway." ,

Is, naturally centered on formerly cost $67.63 and now way, and each carrying traffic In maintenance coats In highways I .---.- '(1

,- the Republican convention to beheld costs $62.45. The round-trip coach opposite directions In the accepted are exactly as they are In other Gov. Spotawood of Virginia, at L j

--- next month in Cleveland. The fare from Starke to New York Is modern method. lines of business--that Is, they are the request of Gov. Eden of North "

1,1, .. .. Democratic convention Is also to now only $34.12 a saving of $$7.18. The department Is endeavoring I In direct proportion to the class of Carolina, in 1714 Issued a proclamation
.
.
.
_. t.---' ... beheld next month, in Philadelphia Similar savings are offered to all to secure rights of way In all construction ordering the arrest of all

.J -"'\ iIt but it takes no seer to guess other points. cases 200 feet wide. Where roads "The same elements which cre- North Carolinians entering that

,t--- 1-- what will happen there. The del --.- --- already are paved. It is the pur- ate safety and lower costs of up- province, In order to keep colonIsts -

f'f: : _. egates will nominate Franklin Del ;MISSION HALL pone to have the olll l pavement off- keep. the pamphlet' said, "create at home to fight the Indians.
CV Not the usual attendance, _.
good
----- -- ---- -
J u < S ano Roosevelt for the presidency,
but a goodly number found their
that
and It is almost inconceivable

Il more than one ballot will be re way to the Upper Room Tuesday I New Chevrolet Truck Run (

Il- quired. Thereafter, they will settle evening although the attractions I on Economy-Safety
below were strong. The study
down to work on a platform,
I was based on the subject of "Pro
and some Interest will attach to .
tdI fessors," or Three classes\ of bellevI I
that, Inasmuch as Democrats Inimical '
ers. These were represented by 1 a f. :' N} '
New Deal theories 10
to the
I Lamp without oil, the Tree without vl I
will be able to get in a few verbal
fruit and the Well without water
licks at Administration activitiesof
K
and taught a lesson much tF w ,
the three-and-a-quarter ? .
past 'Mlle
ygtjl
a ..i
needed In this day and age.
However it's pretty much;
years. i
The Mission Is to have an able
of a cinch that the platform fin ,
teacher next week at the regular
agreed will reflect .
ally upon study hour when Rev. Claude v" t.
White House wishes almost 100 !
Bridges pastor of the Calvary M

per cent. Baptist Church, Jacksonville, will dip d } ;H t t'l tr
has
.
The Republican picture .tics
conduct the service. Special mu ) ..
deal of late. A }
good 'l
changed a
-t + sic will be heard and a profitable I i'I' 4it
months some of the experts
.-. few ago evening is promised.
were freely forecasting that ? ,
-- --
REPORTTotal JUDGE'S RULING HITS SLOTS Governor Landon of Kansas would! lp'yl,
BONUS! lIOSESOOll: ;
IV DADE COUNTY
get the nomination, probably on I
visits to homes 40. The months are passing ana be-I
number the first ballot. Now the commentators ;
Circuit Paul Barns ruled fore we realize It. the soldiers'
Total! number of cases 72 Judge aren't so sure that Mr. Lan

lilts in behalf of 20. this week In Miami slot machines don will get it at all. Events with i! bonus certificates will be arriving. ,II '
activities 20. -licensed for $120-must vend { It la estimated; that more than. I a'
along
VIsits for special in the party organization I
of the hundred veterans of the World
merchandise with pull
every
Office visits! 59. with results of various state pri
War in this entitled to
vicinity are
lever.
!edlcal Clinics 3. maries, have definitely harmed his
Attendance 12. Otherwise the court held, the chances.To compensation, and that they will '
for the "othemachines" receive an average of five hundred
individuals referred devices come within
Number
of the win at Cleveland, Mr. Lan dollars from Uncle Sam.
examinations 17. classification
!leal don must pick up a lot more delegates That will mean a total of around ,
Number of cases hospitalized 1. 1935: slot machine law and require
each. than can be seen now. HIs fifty thousand dollars placed in .
of hookworm containers licenses costing $2,000
Number said not popular with some party; circulation In this vicinity. We 1
12. Slot machine interest an
Istrlbuted
leaders In the great Eastern Industrial believe It will be slightly above I ,
Number of hookworm containers immediate appeal to the state su I
York. Pennsylvania morel
from stnteNew that amount as there are
ollected 10.Number preme court would be taken
Massachusetts etc. These than a hundred vets' here.
of treatments given 8. Judge Barns' ruling, which affects
leaders mostly belong to the Hoover More than three million of the
of the 1,657
58. virtually every one
Conferences wing of the party and it i is three and a half million veterans)
of midwife classes 2. coin devices operating in Dade
Number well known that the only living ex- of the war have already filed their |

Number of group meetings 2. County. President looks with little favor on applications for this compensation. s, ,, > 1' M, c'
Institutes attended 1. Now in use after payment of ''
the Kansan. Normally, Mr. Lan And the statisticians' are letting '
Home Hygiene classes 8. approximately $200,000 in fees the don would go into the conventionwith out the word that more than half I .r k ,$; tvirl t i''

I Narrative: county's slot machines, should the practically solid western and of the number will receive their

!tore survey work with crippled high court uphold Judge Barns, mldwestern sentiment behind him. bonds and checks on the first payment I

iblldren this month has resulted in would require state, county and But a great figure .Western pol day which is June IS. The iCfXTL'Jlitt A t

en applications for the next city licenses costing a total of $3,- itics. Senator Borah of Idaho la others will come soon after that I ). '

late Since February 1936 we 314,000. also a candidate for the nomination ,

aYe had four cases under treatment The ruling came In the "public and Is definitely out to "stop date.What will this huge amount be

with all doing nicely and I nuisance" Injunction suit broughtby Landon." And Mr. Landon's refusal spent for? To pay debts 7 To build I t

try grateful for the opportunity County Solicitor R. R. Taylor, to allow his name to be put homes? For new automobiles? All Carrying a 10,000-lb. cement block from Loe Ancelrs to New York. a lH-ton Chevrolet truck one of the new

ot hiving these corrections done. I against 102 slot machines their up In various state primaries has are worthy expenditures. One 1930 models lust introduced-demonitratcd that ute driving means econom,.. Speed limit were observed in every bi 1.\\\

OM colored boy who is quite bad- operators, storekeepers and establishments weakened his position. It Is not thing is quite certain. It will go community, with 31 m.p.h. the maximum on the open road. The 3511.4, miles/ were completed on two quarts of oil vi j I

v crippled with arthritis bad his In which the coin de at all impossible that Hoover Into circulation and may help to I and 308.0 gallon of gasoline, at a cost of 01.6 cent per milt, or one-third of a cent per ton mile. The entire run was .. ,

\mlls removed this month and la- vices were operating. Borah and Knox will cement their Improve business at a time of the completed without any. mechanical: 'failure repairs or even a scratched fender The Illustrations show the tnt truck rand
treatment. features of the new 1930 models. Coupe type cabs with solid steel roof full-floating rear use and full-length
er will receive further forces If to preventMr. when most business concernscan
month Before attacking the devices under necessary year water jackets are some of the Improvement In the lower right Harry Harts, who drove the ernes-continent test I ji
.
rea tonsillectomies this the general nuisance laws Landon's nomination. well bear up under such stlmu.lation. is seen beads the 10,000-lb. block. The teat wee officially observed by the American Automobile Association.:
ve added to our growing list of I Taylor first challenged the legal Indication of what is to come Is .--Tltusvllle Star-Advocate.

ctions making seventeen sincethe right of the slot machines con found In the selection of the keynoter

clinic began. tending they were being illegally and chairman of the coming STATESPLANSWIDER .

W. started the month off right operated under improper licensing. Republican convention. Chairman HIGHWAYSThe .

ty attending the institute for Solicitor Taylor jubilant over will be old-guard Congressman What Do You Need

urges conducted by Miss J. I* the decision asked Police Chief J. Snell of New York, a representative experimental stage of wider ''1
State Board of ) of the most conservative wingof
the
Sogaard! from B. Rowland to allow the operators and 200-foot rights-
Health In St. Augustine. We nearly reasonable time to bring their ex the party. Mr. Snell's congressional highways and the Florida rl
Is past,
1 demonstration nonvening record shows that he has of-way
always have some appeal before seizing
pected I state road department under direction '
given by one of the nurses and machines. opposed practically every New Office Social
of Chairman C. B, Tread- In Printed Forms, Supplies, or Stationery?
this time Technique and Deal measure.

'the get up It for was care Bag of Communicable The Judge operators Barns,,in claimed argument the machines before Keynoter will be Senator Stel way up now to is a stepping higher class all construction it Is- (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)

dlaeaaes in the home. These vendors wer of Oregon, a middle-of-the-road
"automatic issued
were pointed out In pamphlet
demonstrations help us to have returned coins or man, usually called a "mild pro
whether they the department.
by
more uniform techniques.One merchandise. ;receive.outspoken" Senator In criticism Stelwer has of The pamphlet was prepared by LETTER HEADS. RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS

very pleasant afternoon was been T. B. Massle. department engineer

!tnt In going with Mrs. Darby I ALL COUNTIES GET CHANCE many New Deal policies-but he voted his In charge of beautification For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub-

chairman of our Public Health IN FLORIDA EXHIBIT Congressional record them shows includingthe "Roadside Improvement" it Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon "

Nursing Council to a very poor for many and the of AAA. He was a stated, "creates the wrong Im- more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also: best quality inking ".

aotherless home of two of our While the Florida exhibit at the leader NRA In the fight for paymentof pression until the truo purpose of work of art-get away from the scratch pads i

with supervision cases. Mrs. Great Lakes exposition, which will the bonus is popular with the I the work Is understood. The pad variety.
Derby presented the children with Is the reductionof
purpose
Ohio this that Republican greatest
be held in Cleveland. veterans. It is believed f
a lovely of wash and to
basket clothes accidents
traffic pro- !
to
clotha, tcJth( brushes, etc.. collected summer, Is calculated to advertisethe of leaders selected him vide for future development in ADDING MACHINE RIDHONS
and attractions is not 100 percent I
l from her Missionary Society. resources show that the party ENVELOPES
requirements.
Now they are all ready for school. the state as a whole ample opportunity conservative, and welcomes pavement Florida's public highways here Of course you knew we carried typewriter "

SM put the crowning touch on by will be afforded every coun- moderate liberalism in legislation. I I after will have shoulders wide Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding i

P,''ng each child a Bible. ty and every community either to enough to allow parking of the from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa-

One poor under-nourished child have its literature distributed, by or Upshot of all this Is the is fast all largest vehicles clear of the pave- about as much personality and Individuper rolM upon which you add up to see tp

of. month of age from Brooker I to be personally who represented will make personal gaining nomination belief that the of a stage reasonably ment and to accommodate horse. ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone
women for
or set
men
was brought In to the doctor to contacts among the millions dark horse, with the outstanding drawn vehicles and pedestrians, Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did-

have his milk formula adjusted. who are expected to visit the ex- candidates killing each other with the wide road shoulder calculated n't have to pay the ones they send you. '

""''ties and nipples were secured strength. And ; to reduce accidents fifty
their opposed
off
by
w them and advice given on the hibit.More per cent.
million and a half two men are prominently STATEMENTS
than today
a
the
cite of the baby. they The road department pamphlet .
Although
of Florida literature were mentioned for the dark horse pos is1 the SECOND ,
to SHEETS ;.
Pup> 10 little pieces explains looking '
at a time it Is en-
"" distributed from the Information ition. One of them is keynoter Some business houses stopped sending

improve-tot t at each booths of the Florida exhibit in Stelwer whom many believe would ally improving, and that no signs these out during the depression, but the 'No use to buy expensive papers when '

visit. New York, last make a first-class compromise let-down can be seen. time has when reasonably doesn't
The local Rockefeller Center, of a come you can appearance count, but if you do '

gbt a baby Red bathtub Cross to chapter add tour winter, in the form of booklets candidate. The other is Senator Mr. Business Week says that recently expect a fair return on your Investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked }
that
of It is known reinforce the
local chambers Vandenberg. observed factors bond in all sizes
office provided by -even that extra long legal
equipment. It Is a big This literature was Vandenberg would like the nomination belief that the second quarter business a three cent stamp. We have a very special size '

UJ4PaiD giving demonstrations to I not commerce.given out indiscriminately.Care though he has not gone I volume will\ be best since at i I price on statements. your friend.i.that you Also can that never thin borrow from j"
Hygiene classes. i onion skin
Ooe I was taken to see that it fell actively in search of it. as have I least the middle of 1931, that for making
morning: was devoted to the and Knox. Instead activity will be tops copies.
widwlves. into the hands of men and women Landon, Borah manufacturing
They were given a demonstration Interested in the locality or section he has been ably attacking the since 1930. Earnings as well as ''a ,

on hand washing. The Deal in the Senate. It Is forecast and activity are likewise CARDS _
sal week described In the booklet.It New volume i ,. e

J help w getting three their came bags back to equip-get is expected that practically all that Mr. Hoover would behind willingly showing highly encouraging upward For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS
active chambers throw his weight trends.
ad the according to the regulations of the of more commerce than 100 In the state will Vandenberg, and that Senator Either; printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber band, gem clips, all kinds of

J item State sent Board In of Health One take advantage of the opportunitywhich Borah would also if he found It It appearing:MOTICK by TO affidavit\fW\H filed In Too many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can

IaJa t w medical two colored paren-blood will be afforded this summer Impossible to win the nomination that certain' caws.Judicial In the Circuit Circuit, In here for your Inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There '
and the
!rj resulted In care to be represented at the Florida for himself.As ind rti"rE'IffO IDaQ a two-plus wasser- Cleveland. for the chance of the Republican .ntl exhibit in now ask.WEDDINGINViTATIONS
can .
nlbt She Will need treatment candidate whoever he Is, being Eaten Smith. Defendant, and thett.Jf'.n you
t for beln ; ;
.
aWay to protect her baby. 1896 elected opinions differ pro- that :. la it r" ,, .lrci::
Respectfully submitted, An automobile built In Indicate that Point, North Carolina, and I.Oy..r la
Recent polls HI.h .
at foundly. ....
Mn. constructed ot twenty-one .
Clennie said to be the first the are ,
Hlckok. R.' N. Is gaining
capital the Roosevelt strength that there l s no pertwn In the LEGAL BLANKS i
County Nurse. Bradford Co. Coventry. British motor is for short ofIts State of Florida eervlce of personal
again, but that It The folder type in white or the new
roadworthy whom would -
was made thoroughly President crocus* upon pornonillv D 't bum '' '
And the on your legal blanks buy them'
acid -
after lying idle for twen- 1932 potency. bind .nd't .. ivory color. If you must economize on this
recently the r>
from
BtRGL.\a'S ALARM has made a very strong primary ff IS OHDEIIED. us. We have everything you'll need .
Aside from chang- fondant, Eat.ll Smith appear to the have line that looks like
item
TAJ.tPA ty-six years. Republicans : we a engravwhether
However you're
-Punctuality must be to electric showing. BUI 1 ) of Complaint on the lth. day buying a cow or mortgaging -
fl\t.irllporao,t is his bUlllness. A thief ing from new hot parts tube Ignition were added. figure that with an appealing of.July. A."ontu..o D. UU, will oth.rwl b*...entered a d.- ing, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost your home. Our blanks will do every
no for cr pro
boUleyu: om' on Bay candidate to do their talking aa-alnat her for failure In appear like engraving. thing but pay the mortgage. r
between Ordered that Chic order -
alarms I. further
can happen H
much
&o.Ilett. stole an clock The history of every nation Is them be publl.hed once a week for
valuable' in June and November.A consecutive weeks In the Bradford -
!oQcbf1l.lII&Dy articles un- written In the way four .
eventually --- County Telegraph l a newjpap.rof Get 29 On The Teleph Please James
President
which it cares for IU soil.- commentator recently general circulation i publlithod one, ,
-.i A business) Bradford County. Florida.
ThWo Roosevelt.An observed that the best thing my hand and afflclal
a a world' oldest known tree + business today .cal .T2S Court. this 3rd., day "tJun. I
about
Ia cyPr Tu&TOWing in Santa :Mar- inch of rainfall is equal to that can be said A. D. /"THOMAS.
del is nothing to say.i Bradford
Is that there A.
J.eX1co. water to an acre. of Circuit Court County Telegraph
to 6,000 It U from 4.- 100 tons of Answer to that riddle Is that business I Clerk a
BEAD
snowfall equals OFFICIAL
lz feet in CI Yean old ad about Twelve inches of is holding IU own. U gradu- t-t-Bt-1-( *
rcumterence. one inch of rain.




.. ...", ,.
'. -.... ........,....."....'..'__1..1._ '''''M''t.cI..w.:, ..k "'""",,,, ,<,,,. ..,,.?vt o..r..S.-- ..., ... __ ___. d'' ". -_" ._ __ -
...:: .... ....-...--- ...........--,.., ..:::1.



"' 'rTM"" a. mr_, TeM. ? -,....,.. ,.... ., "._.;,rtsnx,.mM7' ,-..".,.... .'.,;''': ",......."" ,,"",'.'!,..>-,."!' n,.,....''' ,\: P"fI".n" "

'


I BRADFORD COUNTY' TEUBORAPII.!: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. .n'. .1:11,1'ill' :
i PAGE FOUR ._ I _
------- --- '---- -
+ :1: ;1" -- i AWARDED FREE TRIP W. M. U. Circles Zone Meeting Held Here I Montgomery in Jacksonville.gave a Mrs.brief B.talk :M.on CARD OF T11,1NKS

+ t Met Monday Last ThursdayZone I the student house project at the To the Voters of)f r'18tnq'

: Number Two of the Woman's Woman' College In Tallahassee.Also I wish to expr"8 Vo 1
Circle Number One of the Wom- rn,
'f' "i"iocictyA: an's Missionary Union of the Baptist Missionary! Society of the spoke of Miss Helen Scaltey. thank for the !upprt, II1In
i :d Church met Monday afternoon Methodist Church Jacksonville the new missionary to China from me on June 2.Respectfully. V"U lal
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. district met here last Thursday, the Florida Conference. "Echoes"from
" L. O. Powell, with Mrs. Powell, with an attendance of about fifty the annual meeting in De- F J l.wu
x'; s., leader of the circle and Miss Etta persons coming from Jacksonville Land were given by various dele
H Vacation Bible School Green Cove Springs, Orange Park gates in attendance.
'" W. M. S. Circles Daily Tison as hostesses. The devotional .
and Middleburg. After a profitable session the ,'"I ''I' -'" .,
I '
h the Included the
Progressing First Week part of meeting ; \A "
b, .I Met Monday reading of the Eighteenth Chapter Mrs. L. C. Prosser, of Jackson- meeting. adjourned at two o'clock. rt\101IM 1 ".<" ,'" "-'," 'j '
; .
fh "e( ;
( Mrs L. S. Hutto was hostess 10P.I The Dally Vacation Bible School of Acts by the leader and a prayerled ville, presided over the meeting, :, '" ; : 1 \....,:
t, circle: number one of the Woman' which is being conducted at the by Mrs. J. H: Lord, after which the theme being "Stepping Stones CainJacksonMr. 1 ( :;/iI I "

I /b P.I, h'' Missionary! Society of the Methodist Baptist Church this week and next conducted.the regular routine It decided of business that was the either.:r Stumbling" Mrs. R.Blocks-we G. Rives of can Jack-be and :Mrs H. Carl Jackson .. .... ..(, ..,,,,ora0"''''.\ "' _
it was was '''
.1 Church Monday afternoon. Is progressing splendidly held at the sonville, gave the history of home the l. ... '
i July meeting would be announce marriageof s1... .. .
''r "' The living room was brightened reported by the pastor. Mondaythe home of :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume, missions, telling of the steppingstones their ..........1 Mapes a.e 1H. .....
!r with decorations of daisies and enrollment totalled sixty-four, with Mrs. Flume"as hostess. which led to Its fulfilment.The daughter .....b.jd.. .. c- gyf'

y I lilies arranged with fern The circle Tuesday's enrollment increased to During a delightful social hour Society is celebrating the Ellen Ijulsoto
fiftieth of home missions, and
: leader Mr*. J. W. White, conducted eighty-three and Wednesday to I the hostesses served appetizing refreshments year
I I on this jubilee program Mrs. L. Elisha Cain
hundred members. The departments of punch and cake to Fryer
the devotional service, the one C. Prosser and Mra. H. H. Un-
i q subject being: "The Least of of the school are: Beginners, the fifteen members present. derwood of Avondale Church, in of Hastingson -
Juniors and Intermediates. The Circle Number Two was enter- the twenty-sixth day of May
i< t These." Mrs' Charley Johns read Jacksonville, presented an attrac- C. A.
,} Junior department Is now leading MRS. VONDA INMAN tained at the home of Mr. and tive skit. On the altar rail was nineteen hundred and thirty-ilx. CARVER
:I } the Bible lesson and prayer was with an enrollment of forty. District Manager of the Woodman Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, with Mrs. the
Indicating The
fifty lighted tapers of this
wedding
''t ; offered. Taking part on the program Rev. Price, pastor of the church, Circle has been awarded a trip to Brov/nlee and Mrs. G. H. Bennettas fifty years of home mission work. ple was performed in the young cou- JEWELER
I ; is proud of the cooperation re- conventionat associate hoste The leader presence
were Mrs. E. K .perryman the society's regional es. The sermon of the occasion was of relatives and a few intimate
i ceived during the first week of the Lake Junaluska, N. C., In recog- Mrs. W. B. Alexander presided WATCH, C'LO'KSD
Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. W. E. given by Dr. Fred Barnett, who friends with the Rev. U. S. Cordon -
"j school and Invites children of all nition of her success in securing over the meeting. The 20th GENERAL REPAIRING
Middleton Miss Olive Ray, Mra. urged his hearers to seek higher of Gainesville, officiating.
: B. M. Montgomery, Mrs. T. J. Griffin denominations to come and receive new Woodmen Circle members in Chapter of Exodus was read followed spiritual attainments.At .
the benefit derived from this work. recent nation-wide campaign.She by the leader. A The bride is a graduate of Bradford AU Work
a by
1 Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs. A. M. prayer the noon hour luncheon was Guaranteed
'f'
,
I i'.
The school will close June 12. her .. High School, in the class of
k I Green and Mr. James Booker. will be accompanied by new study book "How to Pray"was served at the Woman's ClubHouse '
: Miss Vonda Inman. 34. She has a boat of friends here .
daughter, also taken at this meeting.At
the hostess which was made more attractive IN GREEN Bl'1LDL'BTARKE
ilWW During the social period who wish J B. Y. P. U. AwardsTo the conclusion of the business her much happiness in
i< it served a delicious Ice course.. with flowers and beauti- the future.Mr. FLORIDA
t Be Given Woman's Club session Mrs. Brownlee and
; Circle number two met at the fully arranged tables. Especially .
1# Mrs. Bennett served delicious I and :Mrs. Cain will make
qP" 'g { $r 41 Peek place at Kingsley Lake, with During the Sunday night service Will Meet WednesdayNext punch and cookies to the members I enjoyed by the visitors was the their home In Hastings.
.l h H1 Mr. J. H. Ritch and Mrs. W. A. at the Baptist Church Sunday dessert of strawberries and whip-
;, Bessant, Jr., as ho tesses. Mrs. L. evening, the presentation of hon Wednesday, June 10, the present.The Matron's circle ped cream, also sponge cake which
"i i rlj: A. Davis led the worship service, Woman's Club of Starke will hold Young was was donated by the Seybold Bak- i
ors and awards for those B. Y. P. entertained at the home of the
Ii 1 Mrs. J. 11. Ritch offered Its last meeting before adjourn- ing Company.
prayer U. members taking part In the re-
leader, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, at 8
t p, '" and Mrs. H. B. McLendon read selections cent training school will take ment during the summer months. At the afternoon session Mrs. W, White House OleomargarineNUTLEY
The devotional
o'clock
o .' 1 from the scripture. Talc place. Special awards will be giv- The regular meeting will be Monday evening. H. Howard, of the Middleburg EvaporatedMILK
conducted the
]L f' ing part on the program were Mrs. en to the Intermediates, who won combined with the BI-County Fed- leader, after was which the business by Auxiliary, talked on the parableof D
\ ", A. Wood, Mrs. A.W. Anderson and the contest which was conducted eration of Woman's Clubs which the talents. Mrs. M. A Salvo
session held. At the conclusion
WILt -
,:+ "\ J Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. At the close during the course of the week's also meets here on Wednesday.The of Riverside Park Church, Jacksonville -
} of the meeting tempting light refreshments study. The school was divided Into business session and install- of the meeting a social hour gave an Inspiring talk,
which the
,+ t" I were served by the hostesses the following groups: Seniors, ation of officers for the coining was enjoyed during and was followed, by Mrs. R. H.
i assisted by Mrs. Hebert Intermediates, and Juniors. All B. year will be held at 10:30: o'clockin and members conversation.participated Mrs.in sewing Perry, District secretary who is a 3 Large 19c m wiara
(' Durden and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr. Y. P. U. members are urged to at- the morning at the club house. refreshments Biggsserved to member of Riverside Park Church Lb. 15c

: :. ;" \ The July meeting will be entertained tend the regular meeting at 7 At will noon be served a covered at the dish Adklns'luncheon her guests tempting at the close of the eve- . 3 Small lOc tvac eco Rrs .

.N cI I t ? by Mrs. A Z. Adklns at o'clock and remain for the serv- tage at Kingsley Lake. cot I ning. .' .. '"" ..-. _
KlngRlcy Lake. ice, which followe.i .
-4 tI .
it A. Hostesses: Mesdames H. scoco or JEWEL-Finest Shortening Compouna

i 1 ----- I I Nat Richard Sternberg O. L.,Haynes Edward L.Burns H. ,M'I J. Mrs.Awarded Vonda Inman RITZ THEATRE LARD 2 Lbs. (bulk) 23c|

Free'TripDistrict
H. Rltch, Miss Eunice Perkins also STARKE\ :.
r
r \
CQSMEt\C5 the twenty new members which Manager Vonda Inman,
I 4-lb. Carton __ 49c 8-lb. Carton 95c
came Into the Club this PROGRAMRKniNNINO
year. of Starke Grove No. 278, has been .
\\lEO All members interested In at- awarded a free trip to the Wood- FRIDAY
RMO tending may see the above com- men Circle regional convention to PLAIN OR SELFRISINGluNAFLOUR
\ \ mittee for arrangements. be held June 1-5, Inclusive, at Lake TIIURS.-FRI., JUNE 4 & 5
...,(; .
4
Junaluska, N. C. according to "Prisoner Of
U. D. C. Has PicnicThe word received here from the Wood-
Shark Island"
: . 6y yt W T. Weeks Chapter United men Circle national headquartersat
; Daughters of the Confederacy, Omaha Nebr. Mrs. Inman won Warner Baxter 6 Lbs. 12 Lb.... 24 Lb8. 48 Lbs.
OPTHI IPORTt-WCAA INtlMSLI
the award as a result of her Gloria StuartSATURDAY
success -
held their annual picnic Wednes-
Wow-Adrlenoe adds a new day at Kingsley Lake, at the Peek in securing Woodmen Circle ,JUNE 6 23c 39c 75c 1.45MARY
,ij triumph to her costume achievemints. members in a nation-wide cam-
place. The hostesses were Mrs. J.

metics .Co.tum.compl.nOD. all blending togetherin H. Rltch Mrs. F. H. Long and paign.More than a thousand membersare "O'Malley Of The
i
one harm'-iiioui effect.! Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Mounted"I ANN
IONATOMATOES
1'' A bountiful picnic luncheon, mer- expected to attend the conven- I OLD FASHION
Adrlennemakutidaposdblewlth ,p' .y tion, including( 'a delegation of
I
(]eo. O'Brien
her new Sc/.MMcaltuHermonts| .dA ry conversation and swimming II
CoimtHc Already smart women caused the hours to pass rapidly. more than seventy-five Florida I MEAL
f everywhere are casting their vote T.X"jfOUttlNATOA la the afternoon a short business members. States to be represented SUN.-MON.. JUNE 7 &: 8 :
of enthusiastic approval.'Once !. meeting was held with the presi- are Florida District of Columbia "Trail Of The ; Bolted or Unbolted

you chumlyou'llnevrscalabe try this smart way to eComplete dent, Mrs. L. .G. Powell,presiding.The ConnecttcutJjtAIabama.Kentucky; Michigan, Georgla.4ndianar Lonesome Pine"Sylvia I 0 10 Lbs. ____ 19c 4 Cans 25c
Chapter will take
a
E t, ;i satisfied with antiquated summer MI8slsslpI-':Mary atdN-New Jersey,
vacation until the
first Wednes- Sidney
make-up method P tl North York .
Carolina :
'New Ohio,
+ l Don't delay. Start the Ad"...... Sv day in October. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,-South NEWS Fred MacMurray A: COMEDY"TUES.WED. PORK ABEANS:
way to finished perfection today. government/of Caroline Tennessee, Virginia and
The 20c
Australiahas 1 Lb. 5 for
purchased Sir Charles Klngs- West Virginia \' : ., JUNE 9 &: 10 'can

ford-Smlth's Southern Cross and. .. ri "Splendor"Miriam
I-\IRI NN
will place it on exhibition.. "Prince Rupert' drops," formed HopkinsJoel YUKON CLUBBEVERAGES
-._ by. blowing molten into McCrea,
glass water
+ .l'' SCIENTIFICALLY HARMONIZED COSMETICS Ninety per cent of motor violations can be struck with a hammer I 3 28-oz. bottles 25c|
committed in New York state without breaking, but If a tiny tip LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE I during 1934 were caused by speed' of the tail is broken off, the entire ES. &1: WEDNESDAY Plus So Bottle Deposit
I ing. .T.U. D.A.Y. .. I
--- -- drop files into powder. : : --- -
I'r
.' ? :TFiEYSY D'R'U STORE r IONAPEACHES
--

1 l PIIILLIFINE Guaranteed- No. 2'/' cans 2for 25c

GREEN'SSTORE

SPECIAL SELLING LARD Lb. 9'4c 1 .


:: Best \Vhlte-No Salt :;FLOUR : llrPK

S

BACON Lb 15c 12 Pounds 38c -
CASH .& LARRY ----- .

24 Pounds _____...., 72c
'I'\\'

LADIES' t WHOLE GRAIN BEST SMOKED >, r
(

RICE 5 Lbs. 25c BACON Lb. 18c __ 25

DRESSES

MEAL 5 Lba. lOc 28-OZ. APPLEBUTTER I GREEN BEANS Per Pound 5c

12U; PEAS Per Pound 5c
t 98c
GRITS 1 10 Lbs. 25c : LEMONS Per Dozen 20c

W. 1r .9 5fM TOILET TISSUE, 3 Rolls lOc ONIONS
3 Pounds lOc

/ 2.95 MUSTARD, Qt. Jar __ ___lOc ,4-LB. CARTON JEWEL SQUASH Per Pound 5c


9g', 4.95 GROUND DAILY LARD\ 49c TOMATOES I Per Pound_ 5c

PURE COFFEE Lb. 12'4c' .

SALT, 4 Pkgs. __ ___ ._ __ 9c DIXIE CRYSTAL SILVER BROOK
LADIES'SANDALS CHILDREN'SSANDALS I Tub or Print

_ '.9: I PRINCEALBERTcan10c LlOLLYEOMARf1ARINElbI5_ SUGAR I BUTTERPound

IN ALL COLORS & SIZES NO. 2 CANS
: AT I, -STANDARD PACK C

_ 1.25 to 1.95 95c and 1.00LADIES' TOMATOES Cans 25c 5 ,Lbs. -- __ 25c __ 33c

MATCHES, 3 Pkgs. ___.. lOc
GRAND LUBEMOTOR

_ LADIES' BREAD 3 Loaves _____ 25c RIB

''f HOSE BLOUSES I CHUCK BEEF STEW 2 Lbs '25c : OIL 2 gal. can 89c|

KNEE,/ *: FULL 1 LENGTHS JUST RECEIVEDAT I -
AT i THEM AT STEAK Lb. 12J/7C PURE CREAMERY
A & P Sliced 25c:
: Beef 5-oz. Jar
'r 49c 98c BUTTER, Pound _______ 32c I
a' 1 Giant Lye lot
HI-PLANE 2 Cans 10c. Alaga Syrup
; _____ 15c, SWEET MIXEDPICKLES: j

MEWS AND BOYS' MEN'S!: I\.EDAL' GltANDMOTIIER'8-Frt'IIII, Plain or Sliced
GOLD 24-oz. 15c U-oa. Roil U-ez.

WASH PANTS POLO SHIRTSAT MILK '3 3 tall cans 19c BREA D 5c 6c Sex.24as

I 'it r{ AT MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. lOc

'. 98c 59c and 79c Tick Insect Spray Pt.25c; Gallon $1.50

BOILING BACON, Lb. 12c SODA, CRACKERS, Lb. lOc I

I TOMATO 4 Miracle Whip / Pt. 15c Pt. 23c
q' 't i YOU SAVE WHEN!: YOU BUY IT AT YOUNG STEERROUND ;


ALEXANDER, & COMPANY CATSUP 14-oz. lOc STEAK Lb 22c A. & P. FOOD STORESTARKE

+ I
? .lft FLORIDA
-
-


I L


H .. ,,_ \ ...... .' c' ." h ,.... .. ..... ."."' '. ..,. "U 5 .. "_.. uM+u-...,,,. ,

.. : ;;



''';'1.,.,.,...""f'11''r.. ''''''."""."' -" "

df i

l'SE 5. 1988 IltCADFORD COUNTY TELEGR-\PII. AT4RKE. FLORm
.I PAGE FJVI'
!DU .
mu ------- ------- -- -" -- -- .. .. .. .-. ... '
I r Mrs Dale Vall Sickle returned to Mr. and Mrs. C F Ward will Mr. and Mrs George C. White Mr. and Mrs C F Ward will VOTERS T1I4NKED .
her home in Los Angeles, Calif., have as their guests for several and Prances White, who spent sev- have as their guests for several
I Tuesday after a several weeks visit days Mr Ward's daughter Mrs. W eral days here with Mr. and Mrs days, Mr. Ward's daughter. Mrs. To the voters of Bradford Coun '
here with her mother. Mrs. W. E. ty 1 take this means of expressing .t+ r+
Bits of Bullard and children. Bill and O W. Alderman returned Tues- W. E. Bullard and children. Bill "
J. Epperson. Ann. of Thomasvllle. Ga., who will day evening to their home in Tal and Ann, of Thomasvllle, Ga., who my sincere appreciation for the ) t
splendid majority of votes given
arrive Saturday. lahassee.Mrs. will arrive Saturday.
Mrs Edwin Steinmeyer. Misses --- -- me Tuesday in the Primary which "
NeWs Mollie and Eva Albritton, of Jack Mrs. F. H., Long and placed me victorious over two opponents
cal daughter
Nat Sternberg and daughter THANKS VOTERS .
I. sonville were recent guests of Mrs. Miss Lois returned As your sheriff' I will
froma
Tuesday Miss Lillian l left Sunday for a I wish to -I
I J. W White and Mrs. and Mrs visit In Miami with Mrs express my appreciation serve you to the very best of my
Long's visit In New York City with relatives to the voters of Bradford I
OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND L. C. Ray. brother-in-law ability, at all times upholding the
and
sister, Mr. and
CONCERNING Mlns Sternberg will attend County for the nplendld vote givenme I I rights of the law.
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I Mrs L. A Weekly and little Mrs. C. F. Sayles "June Week"- at West Point, where In the First Primary June 2'1 I A. O Andreu. S
her brother Ben Sternberg, It a It Is by good fortune to enter the ..
daughter Peggy, of Ocala, were Mr and Mrs F. F. Stump and -
cadet. Second Primary June 23 in the
; recent guests of Mrs. Weekly family moved, Thursday of this THINKS! VOTERS
Tax Assessors race and I will appreciate -
-, parents Mr. and Mrs. A S. Strick week to their Lake
I Kingsley cot-
continued active I wish to thank i
land. Mrs. W. P. Smith will have the your my many t ,
Edward Burns wu a vial Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brownlee and tage, where they will spend several support and vote.Sincerely friends for their loyal support and
I meeting of the Woman's Christian
p Galneaville Thursday. family are spending. several weeksat months. Louis II. lUll. handsome vote given me during
Kingsley Lake.D. Mrs. Dale VanSIckle, Mrs. G A. -i- Temperance Union on Friday afternoon .
---- this laat campaign, and on election
Anderson and Mrs. W. J. at 3 o'clock. She will be assisted TILtNKSI
Epperson and Mrs. CARD 0.
Major C. W. Chalker :
; ;teen of Brooker was a day, and to those of you who saw
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and in the inspirational part of of ;
sons, of Gulfport, Miss, arrived wish to thank the voters
fit to vote I
)JoDday.d C. Kinlaw Is in Savannah against me assure you #
liar; here ,Epperson, Jr. and small daughter, this week for a visit here with the meeting by Mrs. R L. Kemp Commissioners District Number I hold ill will.
Ga., this week, where be Is at- no
Mary Sue, In Jacksonville recently Mrs. Chalker's parents Mr. and Two for the splendid vote givenme
.. ; Mrs J. R. tending a convention of the Amoco I also wish to ask you for a continuance
Bngla herecKonvflle Mr and Mrs Mercel Williamsof and
vial OH Mrs. A. M. Darby. in last Tuesday's Primary, of that support and vote
were Company. Mr and Mrs. James A. Lewis --- Detroit. Mich., were recent not having received a majority I on June 23.
loDdaYI, ____ Miss Snookle left left Saturday for Winter Garden Miss Isabel Fernandez, memberof guests of Mr. Bynum Perkins at will be again before you In the Very sincerely, ?s
I' Corpening where they plan to make their the faculty of Tate Agriculturalschool Lawtey. Mr. Williams is a for Second Primary on June 23rd., } '
Lake Butler, E. W. Hayes
'Hal of for Marlon N. fora
' y Maine Wednesday C., home Mr. Lewis will be Perkins and Is
associated In Escambla County, has mer pupil of Mrs. your continued good will, vote and
Mon-
' here
:,? a business visitor visit with her father, J. E. Cor with the Winter Garden News. returned to her home here for the now prominently connected with support will be appreciated

'tf ___________ pening.___, Mr and Mrs. John Uglow went summer vacation. the troit.Municipal Government of De L. L. Conner..- fl REALESTATE l
and Lillian Moslt F. F. Stump attended he State (t'AKI ON THANKS!
)1181Beatrice to Jacksonville for
Wednesday a Col and Mrs J. E. Futch, of
\lt Iry returned Sunday from a visit Convention of Post Masters which few days visit with their son-in- Deland, Miss Mary Brownlee and To the voters of Bradford County
J h I'[ ons. Ca, with relatives.ur convened in West Palm Beach, last law and daughter Mr. and Mrs R. Bobby and Chan Stith, of Jack- CAKD OF THANKS : I wish to express my sincere

returned Saturday.Mr. L. McDowell. sonville were weekend guests at I wish to express to the voters, appreciation for the splendid' vote IF YOU WANT TO ,
HulJah Corpentag the home of Mr. and Mrs. H L. the school friends of Bradford and support awarded me Tuesday BUY SELL OK RENT
.washington, D. C.. Wednesday and Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hitch had Brownlee.Mr County, my sincere appreciation of June 2, in the first primaryIn SEE US-'y 4 I
:W a several days visit here. I J. C. Manning returned to their as their week-end guests at their -- --- the vote given me last Tuesday, which I was chosen to succeed ,
i 1- homes here Sunday after a week's Kingsley Lake cottage Mr and and Mrs. Paul Yoppe, of This Is the first time In the his myself as Tax Collector of Bradford
HIM[ Luclle Kennedy, of and Baxley Mrs., :visit at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mrs. James Wall and Miss Alice Atlanta. Ga., were recent guestsof tory of the county that a Superintendent County. I will continue to WILSONREALTY
_. U. the guest of Mr. McCormick, of Jacksonville. Mrs Yoppe'a brother and sister- has had three terms. serve you faithfully In (the future CORP.. '
,i H Hart Mrs Hazel Craft returned Sun- in-law. Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright This proves to me that interested as has been my motto In the past
day to her home in Avon Park after Mr. and 'Mrs E. C. Priest had Sr. Mrs. Yoppe was for citizens are backing the schools Respectfully,
)lr.and Mrs. J. E. Wilson moved a visit here with her mother, as their guests recently Mrs. W. J. merly Miss Beulah Wainwright. and I shall put forth extra effortto Carl A. Knight. 1
a, week Into the L. D Vining Mrs. Miriam Kickliter. Priest, of High Springs, Mrs R F. make the schools better and
me on West Madison StreettTAYORD Priest, of St. Petersburg and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach, serve their purpose more fully. grace distinctive flowers r:
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Pauline Priest, of Jacksonville. of Keystone Heights, are announcing To this end I am asking the sup-
and children, of Jacksonville, spent the arrival of a son on May 23 port and cooperation of every citizen cherry at herschel' '
[101J Tuesday here with. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blitch, Mr. and Mrs Imbach have a host In Bradford County. I jacknonxllto ,
; N D. Wainwright, Sr. Misses Mollie, Lillian and Eva Al- of friends here who wish to offer Again thanking you, I am, phone 7-2120
} ** -- britton, of Jacksonville, were the congratulations.Mr. Yours sincerely, .mart renter pieces UDullual.Mgt'.
COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and guests Sunday of Mrs. J. W. A. J. Griffis. flowers for gifts'Tip '
children, of Jacksonville, were the White. and Mrs. C N. Ray and --
TRODUCTIONS by Mail. Try guests Tuesday of her parents, Mr. small son, Niles, Jr., of New York 1'-
air new plan and meet congenial and Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs George W. Thomas City, who have been guests at the it'S'''S''S'f 'S't
'pie everywhere. Letters Conflaiial had as their guests Sunday, Mr. i home of Mrs. J. W White, went to
Write at once. TropicalClub Mr and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and and Mrs. H. R Williams and Fernandina Tuesday to visit the 1
,Box 103, Miami, Fla children, of Jacksonville, were daughter, also Mr and Mrs. Fred I Rev. and Mrs. Laurie O. Ray Top Grocery {f
.BtAL guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Moore and son, all of- Daytona. .
W J. Epperson. Dr. H B. McLendon, who is the
' ESTATE WANTED-It you Lieutenant and Mrs- M. McKln- president of the Young DemocraticClub A
vive a small place in or near Mrs Effle Johns spent the past non and Mr. Walter J. Baker, of of Starke-.was among the
irke that you really want to week-end In Gainesville with her Foley, were the guests Sunday of p
of honor the
guests attending
I I. List it with us. Wilson Real- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. R. F. dance which was staged Monday For Cheaper Prices and Good Service, June 4th and 5th, 1936Llnnv' ,

Company 5-22-3t Mrs. Freeman Johns. Fernandez. night in Jacksonville in honor of

UNO-Pair of eye, glasses. 'Mr. and Mrs. John B. McGuirk the first voters in the primary ", IIEr\UTIFUL YELLOW GOLDEN RIPE Brookfirld'
inner may apply at this office. Little Miss Mary 1 Carter, of of Lake City moved here this week, elections.
Lawtey, has been the guest of her and have taken an apartment with --- MILK BANANAS 4Lbs.15c CHEESE ,3
aunt, Mrs. Effie Johns, for several Mrs. L. E. Moseley. Mr. McGuirkis Miss Clara Lankford of Balti- t '
R RENT-Four room cottage days. associated with the Telegraph. more, Md., who has been visiting tall cans 19C wuGE FIRM IIEADS
vlth space for garden and chlckM Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Stumpfor EIe 9c Pound 18c
< 00 One mile S. on Keystone Mrs. S. E. Barefoot, of Sander- Mr and Mrs. Leo Keller and son, several days, left Thursday of llANO PACK LETTUCE U
id. Inquire at Jackson's on son Is here visiting her son and Leo, Jr., moved this week in to the this week for a visit In Gaines FANCY NO. I 1141511 BrcKkfl..ld
eery Place. Itp daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. house, recently purchased by L. B. ville before returning to Tallahassee -

Y A SINGER Sewing machine M Barefoot. Alexander, of Waldo, on North for the summer session at TOMATOES POTATOES 10 Ibs. 23e BUTTER
Cherry Street. the F. S. C. W.
nd get the best. Good prices Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yerkes, of 4 No. 2 coon FANCY' ''''' GROWN -,' '
1 good terms. See L. O. Hem- pound 33c

wiy Agent,-Starke-, Fla. 2tp with Jacksonville their son, spent, the Sunday Rev.' Fred here IILIrr: : TOMATOES Lb. 5c !'ixle Crystal "" tf : ,

Yerkes. l E
LL SWAP Speed Boat for thlry \\-'IIITE OR YELLOW

laying hens or same value in Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray are Lbs l IOe SUGAR
"rs J. W. Jordan, General De- RICE ONIONS 3
spending a while in Fernandinawith ?
Starke Fla.
ry ItpV
. .
'
their son and daughter-in- ... .,. 5 Lb 24c"'
, 5Lbs. 25c ....... '.-' s.
WANTED for Rawlelghoute law, the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie O. i
: of BOO families. Good prof- 1
Ray. TENDER ARGO SUGAR AROO SLICED or CRUSHEDPlNEAPPLENo.2canl4c
(for hustler We train and help '

,. Write today. Rawlelgh Co,. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow went PEAS No. 2 12/ : f
d,t t. FAF-223-SA2, Memphis, to Jacksonville Wednesday for a .fuqU c
''a 6-3- -6-23 few days visit with their son-in- WHITE RIBBON PLATE BOILING 'y t r ,' j f

ilshed R RENT-Upstairs or unfurnished.apartment Mrs F. L.law McDowell.Mr.and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. RIfft a9Y4t LARD Lb I11hcs: 21bs 23e BACON Lb. 12e

1H 1
Long Itp BEST "'IIITEVEI'4TEIlN OR ELL BEST SMOKED ,

.W CHEVROLET Pick-up 1936. hart,.of and DeLand Mrs, Robert were the L. guest.Lock- BACON Lb. 15c BACON Lb. 19c
(
Sale at a real sacrifice: by own- Friday of Mrs. Lockharfs brotherinlaw gI
Apply Mr. Titus Olson Brad- and slater Mr. and Mrs.A. .
I Cafe 2tp H. Green.NATSEZ BALLARD CANOESlr.LF.RISINOLlI.) .",. 12-LUS." 24-LBH. y '1'' '


'- : I have always had an Idea thatI
FLOUR 20c 39c 75c
was in the toughest business In

<< the world but after watching those

candidates go through their act for

the past few months I have changed
Ij. 14-oz. bottle FLA. MACARONI
mind. r thought It was

'bad my when I waited on a hard cus CATSUPlOc !SIRLOIN!! STEAK, lb. 24c or

tome for an hour and failed to SPAGHETTI
a
make a sale but that's nothing
BEEF STEW 2 Lbs. 25e t
compared to a candidate who 3 Pkgs. 9c 't
works for six: months or more and NATURE itself air-conditions Florida Motor Liner Sweet Mix PUKE PORK A''

then loses.OVERALLS buHen as they sail over paved scenic highway., making PORKSAUSAGEMEATlbl1 / Thick Tomato ,
their own breeze that.rasa with It a fresh crispness and PICKLES ?
invigorating zest only the out.-of-ool'll can give. Clean PASTE

cool natural air Is healthy"and the fragrance of the 24oz. 15c Lb. 16c r '
countryside make travel by bus more'Interesting and i
\\\ha\\.r\ Can 6c '
price you wish to enjoyable than ever. Fare are lower than by any oth-
pay we give you the beat Lb. lOc
PIG EARS
FREEROLLER er mode of transportation.MANY 1. xATCH MushroomsCHEESE

$51 P l or $1.49. I.nlrbll EXTRA VACATION DAYS AT B 3c LONO IHfRN 1ffTF.AK 1
:. FOR YOUR
THESE LOW FARES.
_ SKATES'WWi .
SALT Lb. 22c : '
(WWi! J 5O W.o,W Kt*Stems.
.tlort S.vl,"f F.,n.m, H.., JACKSONVILLE ___ .80 CHICAGO10.80 2 Boxes 5c Can lOc
OVERALLS TAMPA ____________260 NEW YORK ___1620 '
Cowl:: Quality Well Made WU Y...Gild NwJ.She* ST. PETERSBURG _.3.0S WASHINGTON __.12.20 '

ha Bt-st for the ''' a.r.r.r..r.. .....,, LAKE ORLANDO2.60 CITY ______._1.15: PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH16.65..1473:: MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c

9c d..s..1
75c $1 W. PALM BEACH _8 25: DALLAS _________1360:

Fr t.s rwwS.r.MEN'S OCALA __________1.00 CINCINNATI _____11.30 KELLOGCTS JEL-0 3 Pkgs. 19c''
DAYTONA BEACH2.45: ASHEVILLE ______ SOS:
WORK OR SHIRTS BOY'S CORN FLAKES 2 Pks ISc MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Y


Well-Made\ and Full Cut 4 THROUGH SCHEDULES NORTH VINEGAR (bulk) GaL 20c Lb. 25c x

SOc and 75c hA AM 3:40: AM 2.03: I'M 9:13 Pl\t'

FKEE'GLASS UITIIUPTON'S r

--- lIEN'SWORK UNION BUS STATIONMRS. MIX PICKLE SPICE lOc 1 TEA 1-4 Ib25cHIPLANE 4 1


PANTS 00 $125'KhakJ

or Blue Dt'olrn' E. II. SMITH. Agent PRINCE ALBERT Can 1 Oc 2 Cans 15c

$$1 1 & $1.49 $1.98 Oppoolto Court Howe Phone 1ZO-W


_ '- -. --- -- PILLSBURYS FLOUR 6 Lbs. 31c 24 Lbs. $1 ,


IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S PURE FRESH GROUND COFFEE Pound lOc :

]




''I'

# '

.
.J..b -" > -
11IIIII"'I =: lIP' 't 1 i



.,, lr.r 9":1, r!':\"'''''''","""," '"7. ""' ''i 1''''''',<:''''vI '
,

I sib 'J'

IdL4JFOR COUNTY TFIZaRAPH: STARi1E FLORIDA FRIDAY
PAGE SIX!! Jl."vg4t ;
J'\\ 4,

!' :: (I, ', fi 4 '; ANIMALS ...- ----- IHMIIIIMIIIIII' mi i iwiii' H, ,iiuuwHiHuinuiui, + mnuiuiiiiiiiiitufliiiuimtimiiiimtuiiii! i, '? ,, ,
NEW-BORN "
'
"( i II'} SUFFER :MOST FROM
> ,I '
iJ SCREW WORM! PESTS GOOD-BYE TOTRAMP
J

j : i: : d : '.; FARMERS SECTION GAINE3VILLEFlorida- farm- : LIVE STATE NEWS

ers who timed the breeding: of their
livestock so that young would be News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I.I. I. PRINTER

: ; ; :: Demonstration Agents dropped before hot weather when ,. ., ,
IL Conducted by I rI. INIai.apt.IMNiN.IIInWltlanlNNNI1111N1a1IIUIINaatlnnlllll.l' ' '' ''' 'AIII'"'"''H/II"'I'/ ", ", ,, '
il' the screw worm is at its worst are .:___
11 1 : ;, :, now seeing the efficacy of this I.. By H. E. LAGERGRENFor "formerly" were a rat
thorn
t:1 t:1'if'if I. the last
practice. -- -- twenty-five years side and had given
''I .: New-born animals In the Southare APPROVES the tramp printer baa not been schools. One school birth to t
\ ;, suffering most from the screw DEAD MAN VOTESBROOKSV1LLJ3 ROOSEVELT seen. He Is as extinct as the dodo- nlze one of these wOUld

p'' ,: Hints To HousewivesWeekly worm this spring, says the Bureauof -A dead man, TALLAHASSEEConfirmation nay more say. A certain museum other, the other word words ODly.
; RURAL Entomology and Plant Quarantine. voted In Tuesday Florida Demo- of an earlier telegraph message claims to have an egg of the dodo, cause both were found only aDd
i,I r4 t.t.COMMON SENSE Seventy-five per cent of all cratic primary. Dr. Walter Lee was received by Governor Sholtz but the tramp printer was too bad tlonary, It only. showed in the
" t : from Home Demonstration cases of infestation in the south- i Cook, chief land appraiser for the and Congressman Mark Wilcox an egg to be preserved, even in Webster was at fault that N

By SPUDS JOHNSON BpnciaJteta, TallahasseeOUST ern part of the Gulf Coast and the Wlthlacoocbee federal resettlement early this week that President alcohol. Many small-town editors printer's Idea of heaven The tra .
( I South Atlantic States Involve new- project In this section called for ; Roosevelt had approved in principle bed to depend on him to get work but that of hade Will tug...
\1 born animals whose vulnerable an absentee ballot when his phy- the PWA project to rebuild a done; but his general cussedness where all the was 'J P"II
IMPORTANT THE ANTS
\ L' FIELD TRIPS attacked, the bu. told him recently he could copy was "tep
have been sician *
RI EDUCATING STUDENTS I parts 115-mile "oversea highway" across eventually compelled publishers to, temperance!' articles net J
IN 23. ta
died May
: resu reports. not live. Dr. Cook West In self-defense. Install type-setting small *"
the connecting Key pica
FARMING PRACTICES Starvation is the cheapest and keys narrow
OF ani- said the cOlUIUlll
( most effective to control Infestation of such young Election officials here with the mainland at a cost of $4- machines, and thus this wen on the cents a thousand, \
1 'f way counted measured
I be by regulating Is and will be with
prevented vote legal
mals may While this southernmost body typographical figuratively: rubber
and observation 300,000. string
f! Actual demonstration house ants. The first step In oust- board and no free
breeding so birth will occur when the county canvassing Clrt
went madin threw himself into the "hell-box. tickets.
of farm and grove practice ing ants from the house Is to cutoff of the city in the United States
U r i.r is an outstanding phase of agricultural their food supply. Ants are during the cooler months that are meets celebration of the presidential The following old valentine well He seldom claimed t<> be an'
*
year To protect young sanction, subject to changes in engineering presents his characterictlcs: round" Printer. .
j education at the University attracted by such foods as cake, farmer for If he
the aid< .
t of Florida. bread, sugar, and meat. If all dropped In hot weather, CHARTER IS GRANTED plans for economy state "With lead-colored claws, tobacco- might be put to few a
: dirt farm should make dally applications TALLAHASSEE-Secretary of ments for its significance were Issued stained Jaws press at times CYIIDd
There was a time when traces of food are cleaned: from That he
aroundthe
;I r. were somewhat prone to pantry and kitchen especially of dehydrated pine-tar oil State R. A. Gray said this week a from various official sources Wretched typo, you cram up your stand, for seeing the could D

'. .: j : scoff at the teaching of agriculture from cracks and corners, and If all vulnerable parts, thus preventing In- charter bad been Issued to the Thomas D. Orr, director of the stick! turning around under bIg!hie eVlnd',
it the flies from laying eggs Pan-American Pictures Corp.,. of WPA predicted that rebuildingand Drunk today to your sorrow, half made his
i ..' in colleges, maintaining that experience food ii Is stored either In a tight refrigerator booze-b.'n.- --.-..g... .
Ii<> fr: is the best method of or In metal, Insect-proof them. cent Miami, for production of motion Improving of the highway sober tomorrow, dizzy; and feeding paper wuh"!
of
I < !: learning- how to farm. Now, however containers, ants will probably soonleave. Applications ninety per a pictures and ownership and opel'atlon would make Key West among the And then swear you are a regular hand while he had to hold

a there Is no scoffing on the Tracing the ants back to commercial benzol confine, topped the fumes by of theaters, radio stations and greatest of "the nation's play brick! the press with the other .u,,, L
i part of farmers, as they have seen /their point of disappearance will cotton plug to allied businesses. The application grounds." How you count up your "ems" from falling by the
the effectiveness of college trainIng show the location of the nest. If will kill screw worms. before for the charter stated the com- .. your foreman condemns; wouldn't do at all. Sc, he wasn

', .' uI a special phase of which Is It can be reached It should be de- Control early in the season numer- pany has $400,000 shares of stockat How you "sub" it, at half price he ly claimed to be a "twotthlw!
become
the flies very paida
the demonstration of agricultural stroyed. no par value. The company likes; man a status not well defined
the screw bi
I practice for the students. Baits to kill ants are effective ous, greatly simplifies charter tax of 109250. I But the editor only, .at his desk very convenient for !
I ? NI No one knows better than the particularly when the colonies are worm problem later on, the Bureau .-- SUNDAY DINNER. j I groaning lonely, tale undesirable phases shirking of wot tn

!' faculty members of the University few and small. A simple bait is explains. WILL SEND FOR ESCAPEUS Damns you and your Interminable He was an over-size liar when
I i u MI of Florida College pf Agriculture a sponge moistened with sweet -- TALLAHASSEE The Prison ,' strikes.: came to boasting of how much l
bow much practical demonstration sirup and placed near the ants' line It is expected that motor ve. Bureau will send for two escaped The typographical tramp could had earned at times what
1 and observation means to the stu- of march. When enough ants collect hide exports to Switzerland will Florida Negro convicts, one By ANN PAGE always be told from pencil ven- times he had had, the notable gu mi
dent of agriculture. Hence, each on the sponge, ants and sponge be Increased 100 per cent, as a result held in California. Robert Wright ders, phrenologists and umbrella he had chummed with etc To bo

I,' y year these teachers include this In may be dropped In boiling water. of the new reciprocal trade who disappeared from a prison JUDGING rushing from, the m.rket'l sum already menders and other wandering Willies two of the genus in a lying con
upon us zor -
the
their plans for Instruction. This method will reduce the ant agreement concluded between camp at the State Hospital! In 1933 apricots, several kinds of berries by his Jerky style of walking, petition would have given Anante,
r Practically every student In the population but will not kill the United States and that country. while serving a 20 years sentencefor melons, peaches and plums are caused from standing up before his the inferiority complex When t it
+ q college made one or more field queen ant and the younger ants in Crows can be taught to talk does, second degree murder in Es- fruit arriving, oranges in limited and quantities.bananas continue Gripe- type case and swinging his right tramp printer wanted to find 01
+ trips to farms or groves during the the nest. but splitting! ; their tongues cambia County was captured at plentiful and reasonable in price. arm like a fiddler crab, while the the whereabouts of some friend, t
1 scholastic year which has Just end- Poison baits are more effective not Increase their ability Stockton, Calif. Baton Rouge, La., I With this week-end opening the ple- left was held close to his side. The always wrote to some chief of
ed. They made the trips in company ;I because they kill both the foragingants __ ... officers caught Willie\ B. Hunter, those nie season essentials it is of good to know that I odor emanating from him was not lice for Information. N(,
butter
Y a picnic, and
'Ji 41i with their professors to seethe and those in the nest. But The swordfish reaches a weightof who escaped a road camp In 1934. egPs, are plentiful: and Inexpensive.' exactly that of divine essence. He Having terminated a Job and tf
r r, ,' practices they have studied and poisoned baits must be used with more than 600 pounds. He was serving five years for robbery Beef is still the best meat value was never less than 100 years old, ceived his pay, he would go an|
+ 14'Jd discussed as they are employed in care when children or animals are In Highlands County. though slightly higher for veal and I for he always bragged on having get a clean shave and, mayhap |
pork, too, are higher and lamb la almost -
Jd l Florida agriculture. Some of the about the bouse. One mixture fora sodium arsenate. Boll the mix- ..-- prohibitive In price worked at the side of Horace Gree- haircut, to do him till his next I lobppp_
4 j ( V1' things they saw can be Improved poison Is a sugar and water sIr- ture. When cool, moisten a sponge TREASURY B.1LINCETALLAHASSEEFlorida Tomatoes are now reasonable and of 'ley and- Henry Watterson. His only From the length of the bristles n(
r'' 1''' i+, I r'J! and It Is this contrast between the up containing sodium arsenate. with it and place It near where the begana good Peas quality the and all lettuce is cheep. baggage was a string of Manilla his chin, one could judge how lont
are outstanding vegetable of
el; ,;, best and the Inefficient which emphasizes Use a half pound of sugar, a pint ants have been swarming. Another new business month Monday the week along with spinach green fibre that no foreman could he had been Idle. In applying ft
p the Importance of correct of water, and sixty-five grains of Blmj! >le poison bait can be made by with a treasury balance of $6,712- beans, cabbage and asparagus. stretch: it was full of knots, each work, it was a matter of entire I till
practice. dissolving! four ounces Of sugar in 96770. This is an increase of $76- H.r. are three, menus planned for knot marking "1000 ems" of type difference to him whether he "4
k + Students In horticulture, forestry and the things that needed improving one quart of water and adding one- 642.60 from the' April balance. different budget levels. from small pica to nonpareil--this employed or not. He would sirik(
!
l ", soils, poultry, animal husban- half ounce of tartar emetic, or, May receipts were $4.965.69627, Low Cost Dinner measure being used when he got a the editor for a quarter each '4
fl m' .;, dry, and other phases of agriculture They had studied these practicesIn small quantities of tartar emetic and disbursements were $4,589-:) Cold Cuts Green Scalloped Pea.Bread Potatoes* job "setting by the thousand." Setting the printers for a dime, the devil1!
1 ".+ made trips and inspections class, and actually seeing and may be worked Into a piece of bacon 06367, State Treasurer W. V. and Butter type by hand was slow work, for a nickel swipe a bundle of ei\\
}{f\'ls\ : \ i ( and learned much from these. taking notes on them served to rind. Knott reported. The general rev- Rhubarb Pie and he had time to think and reflect change and go on his way rjoicing. ;
t ;'!' Jf Back to their classes they came make a more definite impressionon Such poison bait is, of course a enue fund balance was $2,082- Tea or Coffee Milk on the matter he was com- I

'J: ,) {, to discuss the things they had them. hazard, particularly If there are 300.48, and the Confederate pension Medium Cost Dinner posing. Spelling together con- Yet with his many faults Ui
"" \ Been, to suggest Improvements, or The college officials are fully children or pets around, as the fund balance was $1,219- Baked Ham Parsley Potatoes tradictory political articles, frivo- tramp printer was of use Man
J ." /: : to realize that the principles of aware of the Importance of demonstration poison Is disguised with food. One 768.73. Other funds had lesser Spinach and VinaigretteBread Butter lous squibs by alleged wits, liquor small papers could not have axis'
farm and grove management they and observation. Thus, authority recommends placing the amounts 8... Padding1 Soft Custard ads and temperance sermons, scientific ed but for his cheap work an,
t\,\ ,' ''I':: ; had seen were the most efficient. a student gets the benefit of class- bait In a tin can which can be Tea ... Coffee Milk notes and county corre- traveling about and picking u

"' 'I i They came In contact: with many room and field experience the closed, first making a number of 'DON'T VOTE FOR ME' Very Special DlamarCantaloupe spondence, caused a cumurring In new ideas and methods of wor
+,,j" k) agricultural practices and they most effective method of educa small holes In the tin with a nailor I MIAMI-"Do not vote for me," his brain and warped his judgmentlike which he generously disseminatehe
,, : I r noted the things that were best tion. similar tool. was the unusual campaign plea of Chicken Asparagus New Potato.Hollandaise In Cream a corkscrew; and that, and added to the knowledge of tl
.. made him and became of bins
one candidate in a paid newspaper t I Tomato Salad hangovers, cranky craft. What finally
'r here. Although the Xolls and Batter often, as touchy and cross as a a matter for speculation, for n''
advertisement
,
'
u name of Sidney H. Palmer, Miami Strawberry Coffee Cream PI. soreheaded bear. He was good at body has ever known "the angel
merchant, was on the official bal- I' spelling, grammar and punctuation the darker drink" to wink at 01
as a ; but the words "formally" and tramp printer.
WATCH lot for the Tuesday primary
'E COSTS candidate for Democratic precinct .
committeeman the six-Inch ad-
71 "l1r __* vertisement asked his friends and FLOE ID4.44i i lJ. 6 l..h "wLrcr W
low costs mean -. low costs mean supporters not to vote for him. .... _
Palmer explained his decision to

'i' greater savings greater pleasure withdraw came too late to keep his

kr name off the ballot but that he : L,
i, ram would be unable to devote the nec-

'r essary time to duties 1 of the office. wyv -_ -- _I


LETTERS WASH ASHORE "'aytvba cIff avt '; ,,} ,t: "4ai'a
/ MIAMI-Captain Tommy Cheat- ... .,;::1''. .>>1',1 j e:; ; ...
aI \, ham of the Marine Ambulance :.qt'" :\.:. '

/ I Phllcrls fished from the Gulf I
.- -.' IAy.wt a stream Monday a gallon bottle .yangk I
containing four letters and a note :
asking the finder to mall them. He !

ewerwnLI. did. The note was signed by W.
t}' LT 00@1110 C. Wood chief officer of the !
N ? steamship Seat rain, out of New \

Orleans The letters were addressed j
to Mrs W. C. Wood, 2120 Fern
,. St.. New Orleans; Mrs. J. W. Win
I i 4, Y 4krt"Itii1 der, Box" 35. CantonN.. C.; Mrs.
J. Lloyd Tidrlne, R. F. D. 1, Box
4 44-B, Station A, New Orleans, and ,r I

fi t'N David and Charles Wood, 2120 r

i Fern St. New Orleans.. 4R I
i I
COMPANY! SEEKS OIL i
.
r + !tI"'ioI.- JACKSONVILLE-Workers for ,
.
--
.v*** the St. Mary's River Oil Corp. ,. ;
who started drilling for oil near ,
Milliard recently, continued their
: c7az cviVy catt02te& operations this week as company VttOM r ,1l.M'fI :
officiate expressed the belief that \ o4a 011'
oil will be found near the site. ...oe. w ., !
. is the economical 1 M: a u. ,
.
q' ; most car to own Equipment which company officials I SNOUrOrum )
said cost $40,000 has been Installed -
l u Owners will tell you that the new smoothness of the famous Knee-Action Hide. and workers have made / i

k ,M ,arse, Chevrolet for 1936 is the moat It alone brings you the more healthful comfort preparations to drill for 6000 feet R
-"'Aeneconomical of all motor can of Genuine Fisher No Draft V..ntilation-the Digging has been going on at the

a 'II And, in addition to giving economy without greater vingcornfortoTS1iO'kl'rStef'rin *. rate of about forty feet a day. J I

1 equal, it also gives enjoyment without equal And it alone brings you the combined perform charge Eugene of Brown operations oil ,geologist said his, Investigations in \

', because it's the only complete low-priced cart! ance and economy advantages of a lliph-i and study Indicate i j jrt'

It alone brings you the safer, quicker, Compression Valve-in-llead Engine-all at there Is oil In the Milliard section jI jI I

Y 1 smoother stopping-power of New Perfected Chevrolet's remarkably low prices! He Is president of the corpora- jI I

Hydraulic Drakes, and the mum overhead See this car at your Chevrolet dealer'sr tion. I

,, r protection of i Solid)j Steel one-piece Turret: today! OIL WELL DOWN. S9OO FEET I

t ,' :Top. It alone brings you the unequaled gliding l l:: CHEVROLET MOTOR co., DETROIT. MICH. GROVELAND-With the South

NIW runcreo HYDRAULIC MAKIS (Dwb4.-Aal.O, ..... ".........). 1M ..*.., owl mootli.rt "brakee eve .......,..., Lake well near here now down to
1''i lOUD mi ONI-PIKI. TUSSIT TOP, erow. ., he***. o Menu ., .,..* IMf OVtO OUMMa KNII-ACTrON RIM. more than 3900 feet a serious at- K01" OHJ..V O OVJ; mu: i
11M .. Xfce*, ..,.* rhfe e* .11 OINUIMI FISHM NO Dun VtHTOATIOM hs Now T.rr.. Te*> ...... MM m** tempt to settle for all time the SftlNc G 9tK 1it1&6 K JM6&4 OF !
,n0 b.walu0 eutd comfortable ....,.. ever created for m tovavfaeW. cor MHMt-COMPftlSMOM. VAlVt-m-MIAO IN...... OEM question of Florida's oil possibilities '=f'1FJ.O' 1=lAR: so IKiUQiOoc.eR7PS -'.
,, I( .- be p.rfi.w... wen sv.s ... ...,ell IHOCIU'.OOP STmnW. *.a.ki...........-ier_..,..,.,,... s.rbd... is being made by a crew of '

AU TNI/I IIATUCII AI CN'VaOL" LOW drillers and geologists employed by
Paltl/ The period between 1771-1777, Bring the the province ot Georgia. From of New
,
,, 'i '', -" 6 AND Ir/. LM pr....,"R..s.-.J.J f'_..I1fooo. aadl... n..aa.,,.;.,.., the J. Ray Arnold interests. William English regime of J miles aloof'
was
.' .71 495 _- ...1W,.... 4 I.--.; .a..4A.w lIi..... G. Blanchard. technical direc- an era prosperity throughout Smyrna the road was extended several
.41..1., W ,e.- .+....... 1.. s the present territory of Volusia County and the Eillsborongh River to about where
4 e7N.4M..M..M.y.r.d..e..:=:.rr..41/ .::: Y.W., tor of the drilling, said: "We are a point
4 ,, INIIM MOTOI1 INSTAUMIMT. NAN_..NYHtV rTMIHTt. T. I8IT VOUI rvili going to keep on until we hit the especially in the c< .-_. :! Andrew TurnbulL Its the Haulover Canal Is now located.
crystalline floor. When we come wealth and population was not Ajualed again for It is from its fighting disposition among a*

to that hard glass-like mass, we'll nearly 100 years. It was abofet this period that pents that the KING SNAKE: has acquired i IU

CHEVROLET know there is no oil there. "We the KINGS HIGHWAY was built by the settler.It popnlar name. Such poisonous makes .* UM

.t hope to reach oil before that. We ran from New Smyrna Inland on An almost Copperhead, Grot i.d Rattlesnake, and the I Urge'
are Just now rolling the dice with westerly route few mile. Sake .beatir.ly
a northwesterly par- Rattlesnakes, to whoa venom the King
fortune, "and we have science on allel to the coast line, crossing Spruce Creek and immune, are frequently killed aDd e.ce".

our side. the Tomoka Hirer OB good bridges to a few mile The King Snake will en ag. any snake that haP'

Torode Chevrolet Co. During It34. 11 tt, million docen south <*tt5R.:4&ngsdtne, -when it mil-red north. JIII to cross J its path. Daring the doe) to hs

eggs were produced In Florida and easterly Into the 'city. 'TLere it ran northward, .death, its adversary can make .bat little res"**'

3 1-4 million chickens were raised. crossing the St. Johns at Cow Ford, now Jacksonville when encircled by the strong c.n trictiJtr Coil' of
4k. STARKE FLORIDA
and OB .. .. St. Mary's River, the line ., this ntsMBiUlistfr serpent.




,
,,,,,,,,.. .. ,
". "" '"."" ,_.. -
"" .
-



t"JI,t" \,':-'.....\
4 \ f" \<', :
_

_-_ _ _-_-___-_ _-_ -_ _-. _ _ -_ !,, t'fi1.' !\ 1.)',f ii.' )
)
v.'r p : \
r ;


1 ,t"I'.

F PAGE 8EVK1WJt'fffc F :

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAIUUT, FLORIDA '
_... It. 1936 .- _.. -- :: j!
"' -------- 4 "
tT, --- t ,
loo"edattehlm.; : \ doesn't tovo
terrified Blackle You see. she
Jack Burley arrived at the Para the back of his band She was '

cUVCfl: DIKECTOKVPrayer cUes early the next morning aa rehearsals touched by his evident plrda in the When Blackle returned from glvng him!"

jiKZ CHURCRaev were about to begin. \ Paradise and the prizes It bad won. the order to Jow Lee. Mary Blackle looked keenly at Father

'I WU' thousand dollars that was not where he had left her. The Mullin for a moment. then gavevent
pastor Blackie: received him with a surprise 'Thirty
C, 1 PrIce, m.'l'bOJlla.l that hj successfully con- Chickens' Ball has sent home to Professor sat at his piano on the to an Ironic laugh.

day SChool.. 10 o'clock a. cealed. Blackle! For 'artistic aChieve- stage thoughtful and depressed; "You like chop suey don't you r.

supt. said ev-' Trivia leaned dejectedly against Tim?" ,.
business ment! That's what they
WorshiP 11 a. m. "I've come to rmke you a me the tro. the proscenium arch; the rest were "Sure," replied the priest mystified ,
time slipped
roDg Norton.( I wantto cry they
1'1:) P.eiZ1g m. it proposition grouped[ around a table backstage at the turn In their talk.
.1' U 1:30: p. m. buy the contract you hold with phy. pouring cham "Well, come on upstairs! We'regoing
which Babe was
: WorshiP .. .. ..., ... Blake.' Mary looked up at him his pride at "
leetinlr< Wednes. ,- **-uaf: W'II.- ..... -\.y Mary I' It'. to have some. There wasirony
like a boy's. "Why, pagne.
1'eCher5 was so
S Blackle sat down and casually '
m, S'i'NOPSI8-1\lary Blake U rather that" she murmured. wonderful,'' she said. "Here's to Blackle!" toasted one ( In Blackle's smile-the Joke
7:15 Pt4.week service Weo- "Aw bet It Isn't half as good." asked: "What makevyou think It'sfor warmly. "Bless me was on him, yet he was bitter !and TLI'
1 fearful of Blackle Norton, -- I "Well, ain't I telling you! of the girls ."
sale? :
1'8 p. I the proprietor of Barbary Coast's He was contemptuous "You be la for a few difficulties And I got a few plans for the fu- heart!" Trixie laughed bitterly aa 'resentful at the turn the affair had

___ Paradise Music II*U,_ until the She studied him with a momentary ( may I ure." He took her arm and led they drank the boas'a health.Vbere's taken. "

MethoaMt Church 1 latt r's boyhood friend, now Father sidewise glance. "You rather down here. You can pick her to a door across the room.'Just I "\ Mary" Blackle: called (To Ba Continued) '

B. M. Montgomery. Pastor. Mullln tells her there In like your own state don't you 1""Call1'ornla up a little easy money-you" may take a gander at this!" lie to those on the stage. ; '
a. m. need It for your campaign. I answered. "Guess she went There are approximately a half ;j
Scloool-10 nothing to fear unless she Is afraid ? It's the beat placeon threw open the door of the coat Mat '
daY a. m. I'd be sucker to "What are you talking! about- to set the table." : million different aorta of living ipcreatures
Worshlp-l1 of hnrarlf. Mary Is grateful to earth. a deny closet on the back of which was up
,
arlllng Ifl.eDJfl difficulties? Blackle all but fcarg.ed the earth. Aboutthreefourta
on
p. inflection "Thanks.
Leag-ue-7:30: U. Underneath his kidding "threesheet"Ithographed
worth hackle for giving her a Job singIng down here tacked a poster--a '
"You're running In-
8 Zn.Qu "But In Into cleaning woman a glassof of this number are .
Worship, p. at the Paradise, and when ahe felt his sincerity. of portrait of Mary a '.
& the law --- all you.There's
are Invited to aU these ervi're.byt lack Rurley Nob Hill swell offers that don't go for( the south. Loa against the Johnson anti-gambling tights with an enormous head- champagne In her hand."Here's !" she sec ta. ., .

for the Tlvoll Op- Angeles Is a hick town." dress knee-high gilt boots, and a to you Blackle i
audition OP Arrl.I"1'.O'll ,
her an NOT i OK .
ordinance I m just telling youthat' had
I me
thrown called after him. "I wIll .
the : >
Francisco's
San only rIIKKI
became "I see. embroidered cape FOR .
House, she refuses gaudy I! ,
nan Church .ra all. '! tM..... Bill r*.. l 3NOTICE ) ti, ;
Mlntater Blackle ha a contract with her.Blackle place. have taken over one shoulder Lettering on youth ,
quitea
L "You seem to had mine! IS IIF3IIEBY GIVEN.That '
Lowr
H. I'd never 1'
<(;eOrge SchooL Is running for alderman, "Why. look al the list of champions for the little lady." the glaring poster proclaimed: Beginning "I wish Jon R HtarlliiK holder nf Uot 1 .
Sabbath out! liking Nor- Trlxle burst out bitterly. No. 41*. United. ,
5. m. San Francisco's turning Feb. IMh-Bll\C.kle 1 Tax Ortlflrate
5 00 Morning Worship; Against Barley's warning, to get "I'm only Interested! In makingher Extraordinary Blackte stopped for an Instant, the 7th. day of Auguat A. D. 1933. .a. ) '
itO A.M. good fire laws for the Coast. Atone Abe Attell Jim Corbett Frankie useful member of the Tlvoll ton's Paradise Engagement Trlxle that'i ass fllod ...."* In my office and bu .ft .' '
by tile pastor. Niel George Green Young Mitchell a Mary Blake, the Colorado surprised. "Why. tacSe application for a tax itrml Inhe '
aD rallies Mary'ees "
Young Peoples Ves.Service of his political Opera Company. But Burley allowed !- not nice." I asued therrnn. Said certificate. .t'
00 p m. of Bur. Jimm Brttt. Eddie Hammond. Nightingale. flem'rlheit ,.
him knock down one himself a smile that meant aloft. "Tell embraon he following1 .
thrilled. Again he slapped her arm for em- Admiring the poster himself Babe lifted a glass property In the' founty of Uradfonl. 'i', ,
.EveningWorship.. ley's hecklers, and Is much more than that notice the look of Mary here's to her1""When State ;of Florida towltRltr I : I .n' 'i
m. phasis. Blackle did not '
p. "Now Isn't that Just great! that runs out Babe open illl In (tftnnliv" f.nke Shores In '
"Baptist; Church MATTER OF ACONTRACT "I'm afraid I don't know many to, amazed disgust on Mary's face, sick of $ c NKU Her ,f '
TilE
IN attendant '
Blackle called to an Blackle said as lie tl.I F.t.:: '
Ho.ewood Pastor prizefighters, Mr. Norton." A tingeof \ "Look at It' Great, e-h'" up some more In: Twp. a. 'R,, liana tl $ li
.v .. O. Hemingway( Bible sorcasm had crept Into her voiceat bring Miss Blake. :"I'm going to In mingled emotions of fright left the auditorium on the way to The a.iie. .."mnt of the certificate paid prnprrty In' .'J' ,
laid
Sunday. herself.If the
to the little girl, half under '. .
every put it lie wan way .
Mrices "But I've up astonishment, yettouche.1 his apartment of Mm. Lena
at 3:30: that repeated slap. anguish and put 'In the name .' '. '
w 10.15: : a. m. Services Chapter FiveThat eard of other San Franciscans she wants to leave me I'll let withal she merely nodded up the stairs when Father Mullin'svoice V itibberd.'t.' t '' :.'

jock \In afternoon. and her go." to words. hailed him. UnleMM. mild certificate shell. be redovtnvd ,;.
and Jack London. to trust herself
thrill continued aa Bret Harte chance. unable according to I..*W, the prop '
little "You're taking ,a long Hello Tim. Blackle's voice 4' .
I this for "Oh therein will be Molt '
CHURCH named Frank Nor- been working on arty deHcrlb
BAPTIST there's a boy "I've '
THE!. Mary saw Blackle turn and head You don t know what I've got to to the hlnheiit hlddor at the court- '
1.. A. Donnley Pastor towards her. She watched him ils who's pretty good." weeks, kid" he said, looking down was Impatient holm 4...... nn the firm Monday In .
li4v. first Sunday. "Sure" he agreed, less assuredly. offer at her with pride and love. "Juxt 'I Just saw Mary the month of July ISiS\, which U the. ,
rvlces every stop, gesture largely, and call:: "Maybe you don't know all I'veR'ot. "You did ?" Blackle turned, 6th, dav of July 19.19! : ,
:jjay School, 2:30: p. m. "Beer for everybody-and It's on "They're champs, too, all of ."" to show you my appreciation. Clever Dated thin S2nd. duv of May. me. .'.., .. '' ',', '
Services Listen to that fog-horn. ____ A. J. THOMAH.rterk : 5'" ,
and Prayer of em.
itle Study me!" The crowd cheered, many They were silent until Mary ar =, 'w of rircult fonrtot "

.3 Saturday night. the men and women surrounding Fog's coming In. He breathed rived. "Sit down 'id. Burley Is r--- 7, Bradford County.. Florida. f, '.' ,"
"Great Isn't It? It's good a.an.5t-e-5-11-1.a8!
Blackle shaking hands, congratu Jeeply. here trying to buy your contract -( --.-- .-- --- :' .L ', ,'
pint Christian Church him. The Professor went to for your complexion.' That's why. % >TICMNOTirn :' .
lating from me.
"
--
,
fev \V. T. Moduli Pastor get some beer for Mary and himself 'Frisco women are" the best lookers "You think rm ready for the ': IK hereby of Taxen Riven. for that llrnii-the ,,' ,..
County AuMHimor
feble: School 10 a. m. as Blackle again sauntered in In the"world. noncommittal Tivoll, Mr. Burley?" she asked. frt ('ntinty. Klorldn.. will meet with i q .

fommunlon, 11 a. m. her direction. He was halted again "I see, was her "Yea. I told you I wasn't goingto the Ilonrd nf 4'nuntv, (otnnilHHlon Florida. In 'lt .
7 m.fniyer He drove more slowly en of Bradford County '
hrlatlan Endeavor, p. -this time by Trlxle, the entertainer response. give up. Baldlnt thinks as I do. the office of the Clerk of the Clr .c .

meeting Wednesday 7:30 who had cleaned his shoes, glanced down at her. believes can do MargueriteIn cult Court at Ktarke, Florida nt '. ," .1"
He
I you
stuck I o'clock A. M on Monday July .
"That that mug you're 1\1'00\
She took his arm possessively, only out?" our first production, 'Faust'. I RI h.. A.. I). inxo for th" puriione of '
breaching Second and Fourth to have Blackle send her away, and on-where does he hang I She was too thrilled to speak. hnnrlnir cnmnlnint% and receivingtABtlmony ,
and 8 p. m. "There Isn't any 'mug' I'm asked ae to the value of any ,' "
11 a. m. kid? ,
jndays resume his progress. think' "What do you soy rtal or itwrNotiiil.$ nn fix "
The Professor had just broughtup 'stuck on. Why do( you Blackle. L etl olrj": Coiintv Anr eMNor of Taxenon .
Itoll for the year19.1A
SL Murk Episcopal Church two foaming glasses of beer there is"Well thought "Would you like to sell my con- : hi,I'*.t.t.for :'h..nul :,., of perfectInr 4 '

.Sfrvlce on second, fourth and when Blackte, without a glance at something. I don't must know have happened to tract Blackle" she asked. r ': receiving. The and AHHHMHor equallalnir of Taxee miohaNNttfmment ,, I" 1,4

at It o'clock a. m. In front of their ta. CnmmlaalonerH '
lit t Sundays Mary, stopped "No. and the Hoard of County 'I
Litany and choir( practice atM ble. "Professor, I want you to doa sour you on men" Disappointed yet gratified that may continue In cession for' ,

o'clock on Friday nights preJlig little errand for me. I'd like you "No. Notblng"No ?" .She assured him Blackle wanted to keep her, she ___ ___ euch week purnoHe, or a.from Ions day an to may dnv forone beneoeimary. : .,

{ Sunday services. and take her back foolln' "I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Burley I .
Trixie said: '
to get on, that point. He looked at her I All pernona. owning property aub- ,,.
She's hanging around but see I can't accept. In Bradford ', ;
to town. amused Interest "I'm a you h- J ct to KNpeiMntent '
Church getting stiff" with dear child" protested County, Florida. are notified to an* :
Graham Christian those beer trucks, like "But, my *: '
knew a girl make such
?" sucker If I ever poar at auch meeting I to \

Rev C C. Johns, Pastor "But what about Miss"I Blake brought you before! I guess those chumps Burley, "two years In this place "I've been working onthia cm in to plu the lulu value or Klve nf any nuch property tenllmnnran real ; .,'. ,.' '
Professor,
fourth Sun- said the a for weeks, kidhe the Cnun j '
krvlce second and -- i or pernonal aa fixed by
aid, looking down at_ $4'4 ty A..MMnr of Taxee, upon his AaaitiHinent f
;l,11a. m. and 8 p. m. her"Huh? Oh how d'you do, Misa her with pride and love. Koll a. they may tlenlre. flt .,' Is'
Sunday 3 p.m. order of the Board. of 'Jt'Jv I
Bible School every Utven by '
[
home
I'll that she gets of BradfordCounty. J'
Sunday night 8la. Blake see r I County Ci>inmlMHtonera Id "
Service every Professor." He nodded casually to : Florliin, June I st.. A. D. I'S

meeting Wednesday Mary, said: "Stick around,' and L-Ic-- -- Idea, putting you In tlghU. I pinched her cheek possessively 1136. A. J. THOMAS, Clerk. PIt
!Prayer with the she
back was turned, '
back to mingle But when his
went wanted It to be a surprise, so I -J, ,

L crowd, certain i that the froiessorwould got Trixie to pose for the figure. stepped down a tread or two. '" '"'.'"1''''' 1iI'.1'I' _
obey his order. .Mary's eyes ".- slapped head on "I met her on the street and put NOTICM la HKHKIIY: UIVBN that _
C Then they your .
She saw him She said for me to under .and by virtue of a Final D. .
Blackiet her In a cab.
followed top of It. I'U have It on every (Men of Korecinntire ,, .Ir.nt ren* ,
come to a halt In front of the heckler I 4; billboard In San Francisco! You'll tell you goodbye, and that IIbe'ataking dered by the Honorable Be-
OB JONESComments ] had got to his feet and up on your'offer to let IrIiii. Judge nf the Circuit Court of
who Coast For you
-p be queen of the Barbary the Klarhth; I Judicial I Circuit nf FlorIdii .
of beer In his her off that contract. Comity, inChmicerv ,
now held a glass I'r Blackle! He pinched her cheek. In and for Bradford t '
On Here said something to the "What's that" Blackle's' face diiled' May\ IKth, ISiS, In '
\ he
hand; She looked up at him greatly moved that certain oaime therein' ,latelyimildlllir
man, then his arm shot -out suddenly I unable to apeak. "I'm stuck on expressed his consternation. I between Til FKDICnAti '
And Hereafter the heckler went to the "Didn't you say she could go?" LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA) plain.' ,
and those
you kid. I like to look Into ." tiff, and MIM.TPJ J, KOilO. widow, _
floor again, amid the raucous L. big lamps of yours." Still not "Yea. but- ft al.. defemlitnlM the iinderalffned. __ _
of those around him. she let "Well she's to the Tlvoll"Fnther who was tlinreln appointed ne 8pe- '
court gone
There must be some final laughter trusting herself to speak, rial Master In Chancery to executethe '
appeal In the domain of rellloa. And again Mary Blake felt that her glance fall He pursued: Mullin went up the ntalra name, will, on Monday the Sib _
J running down her hand on his friend'sshoulder. day of July, linn, during the legal ,"I
The Roman Catholic Church little thrill "Crazy about your hair. If you and put a nf kale, before the Court ,

IpeUi, to a Pope and to the Cath. spine; her lips parted she watched ,, .4. ". ever want to cut any of It I'll put "I'm glad you did It, hniira House door In Htarlce, Florida' pelt _ _
Blackie resumed ( This Is no place for her." to the hlorh..t and bent bidder" formull ,
fascinated, as His arm Blackle.
Infallible !
j.c Church. The pope U some In my waVh. the following deHcrlhwd Unite.xlluntK .
1ID he speaks as head of the his progress to the speaker's stand. started to go about her, but she "You think not, he?" said Black :, I lying anil: being In BradfordCoiintv __ ___

lurch: The writer baa the most He made a simple little talk, expressing "I'm awfully torry, turned quickly and went to the le, angry at the reflection on his .,, of towltNK" : SHUi.ncree N _ _

pound respect for every man confidence In his election Mr Burtey, out you window striving to pull herself to- "Joint." : In :'Y"nrvo.! of HWV, 4 _

'10) la honest In his religion. TheOtitat renewing his promise to see that Ir__tee I cant accept. gether, He watched her a mo. "Of courae not" said the priest Ivlnw quarter,I'i.: of ,liilly and HK'/t running of ."thruKHld .....'I%. '

church la supposed to the Coast got proper protection f ment, then went to her spoke "and you knew It. Didn't you?" except 9 acre* W. of Dully In I i
as the one that ... the HW all In Hwo II, T|>. Tit., 't _
fires In Cor. .
such the Ulackle squarely '
Bible. "What's looked
liters! in an authoritative( against I will ruin whole career! quizzically: : He It 21 11At.HO :. ; _
[,Vhatever the Bible says Is so" recently destroyed the Bristol. 'ut In Bensen weren't so hot "Too bad your Burley." said Blackle. kid? Turn around matter'l eyes. wt:i'lhf( SWV of Hen 80.T ,,'
Blackle was driving her not. Would you mind > 7 .'. It it K. NKVi of
of turned her off |
i always been the position When she "Maybe : smugly. "I hope I can do you a Lets see He "Do you think she'd be better NK'/i: except 11* acre off WIde .
slant Christians. During the In a smart trap back to town Jrlving: a little faster* I promisedFather ( time.:' face towards him, put his hand under at the Tlvoll-In the hands of Jack: ... of Hen 'itt. Tl T R.. R It K, I
unl- self-conscious, and Black- Mulln| I'd stop In If I had !avor some her to lookup resentment containing 271) acres, In *11.
It t few years In colleges and felt very : her chin forcing Burley? asked Blackle with the appurteimncea Maid"' ante
timidity
of
f riitiea a question mark has been le's manner denoted a sort time." FLlGllt at him. "What Is It, Mary'" for a moment overcoming his to be made pursuant to Halt I>e*
were tre- and Tim, seem TUB KISS-ANI) A ... the Name' and coettf
aatlefy
him. They You .. to 3
fected: in the. mlnda of the vouth new to "Sure thing. "Blackle! The cry was almost fondness for his childhood friend 14. K. PKIIKYMAN.Aa _

bout the authority' of t 1Bible.; mendously drawn t o each under.otnerphysically to be hitting It off pretty" well. CHAPTER- SIX a confession confession that "She'll be safe with Burley ] Special Master In Chancery.f4ll.lllSltt.7l .

N Bible says Jesus was born of agth. yet they did not What do you talk about? Blackle took for a tender one. -

Was He or was He not? stand each other's natureseventheir ."Oh lots of things-his work"That's -- he --. ---,---.' .n
I know! --
would not yet "Well what do you ,
different. that Jack Burley ,
In But C.
believe 3.e -
was You 5
Il right. t

i"W doesn't t. The matter orthodox, nays Christian the mod- There had language been little them.but misunderstanding hocus pocus don't "you? Yet you five admit thousand defeat. dollars He offered for Blackle Mary's laughed He drew happily her Into: "It's his about arms time and! ...J-J._ 7'., _._, .,.. _- 'i'}:""1' If I '.,J ''

)11. "It does matter." The Bible between seem pretty bright. She p j\\. $ '
broke the diffident silence believe In It. Everyone contract then doubled that offer kissed her lips passionately. I _..._ ,' ..' ,''tH;1 _
f y$ He was born of a virgin. If Blackle "Yes, I said Blackle. completely. ----- '-- L_, j; : _
doing, relaxed
e was not born of then that had fallen between san't: be as Intelligent as you. "Nothing
a virgin :
be going to need the kid?" He was happy,, '
a question "You may "Happy, ; ;
Isn't
C Bible I la not( true. Respect for'authority them. "Aw, I know It ,
said gestur. It ," said Burley significantly and appealing. In his conceit W .
of the Bible has been "Not bad, eh? he ')f brains. It's like a disease. money was FOODS COLD

))1111; out In the hearts of Proteai Ing at the countryside scenery. gets people who are all right and "I'm doing all right Frightened and helpless, Mary at" KEEPS :' _

t young people. That accounts "Not bad" she agreed. makes monkeys out of them. It Blackle's reply. mind, Miss length looked up at him. "Yes. '

If our empty Protestant church. "Look," he said, and slapped her lost me Tim Mullln! He'd have the "If you and change want your to come to the "Now you're talking!" He turn AND FREEZES ICE -- : ii '. ) r

Catholic churches are crowded arm with the back of his hand. made the greatest gambler on Blake told me he would 'ed her face up for another look :

nd 1 Protestant churches are emp- "Vineyards, with Italians working coast--the only mug I ever wantedto Tlvoll, Norton" Into her eyes. "I'm hungry. Whatdo ,

Y When a Catholic goes to his 'em." hang on to!" let you go." cried Mary surprised you say we go up to my place : 4"1 ;,; ;
"He did! OF tt
LUrCh. and the priest! speaks, even "I suppose Italy must be likewriter' "He loves you more" than anyone and grateful, a warm glow In her and have some chop suey? I'll swell.have" IN HOTTEST : ,

'8h he may be speaking In Lat- else In the world. Jow Lee cook us something i ,'

the Catholic layman says, "Yeah? Well, he blew me for heart."That.s. kid!" Blackle as. Mistaking her shock and fright : .

1I'halever he says Is so." Protes- the greatest a lot of plaster saints! I don't go right, over Burley. for modest hesitancy, he put his WEATHER \f ;
mtod was sured her gloating f"
competition into __
nt of sucker and led her out
i
young people fresh from our John for that sort choice." arm about her iI IfSUPERFEX
generation. own
of this be "You made your "
scholar to
Blackle's got the Professor '
OUegea where '
and Mary. auditorium I'f'' '
universities If they preaching "Re her employer's generosity the #
came Touched by t
the Baptist which
to church at all and the preach. of heaven la'it lumber one boy. turned to Burley was playing ragtime to I :

F reads out of the Bible, they sit pent for the kingdom talked with such There was a meaning In his voice Mary shrug that gave finality -I Mat and Trixie were dancing. Babe .I :

to Wondering if the Bible is so. hand" and be repented. ThePeter that he did not put Into words and I with a' smiling her decision 1 i to remain i at tad two of the girls were lookingon. ftil l ; "
people to
authority._ .. nf P"n.apostle Mary, feeling herself l UKing mm When Burley had Mary: strove to regain ..omedegree a jgi
t nay. --
t on me -- "It the Paradise.
:
hastened to say j".jfiUSES
of
much composure."That's
talked too
He soft glance up.
turned a
"When unequivocal. she "
that
j 9ua Christ was here tecoat was what he was Isn't competition. I think gone all right Trlxle!

common people heard him like a man who knew who believe In something on Blackle. Blackle called. "You can knock off.
!idlY' about. The people listened people "It was nice of you about my .
because talking to drink champagne
He spake as oneluthoHty. love each other more. Everybody's going
were can
Vjnr Men have al- and three thousand people. "Yeah? Well I don't. And I 'ontra Ct." her on me! Babe dig up some of E F
Sunday, DwightL. forget It! He patted NO ELECTRICITY
.
ys listened to an authoritative converted. Billy don't Invite God to my picnics. Aw- caressed that Pomeroy Sec for the boys .
all the In his
and look eyes
OIee .A great time :Moody. Sam Jones asked: "I have shoulder; the "
physician one silence he 'and girls. HAS NO
After a little WATER
who have and ahe was a NO RUNNING .
ke
her REQUIRES .
t? the students of the Bob other great preachers moved not been complaining about your flustered. "You've Babe his glance at his bos'3'carm ,
Jones and snd
College. He did not make a I reached the masses I work recently, have I?" frightened the Tlvoll Opera still about Mary, was delight MOVING PARTS OPERATES ON KEROSENE }
f1'at not "pussy'foot. about
did all
repent I :heard I
speech. but the speaker had them to "No." that ed at Blackle's luck. "Shall order
la authoritative There la no place for the House from a lot of mugs light Ita kerosene twenty-four hour or more of
voice. He talk. are wastingyour some breakfast? You limply
you
'II who has any "Then why around anywhere Fixgoing you Eyft' '. refrigeration with one lighting. j
like and it.
be ministry from never get burner forget }
the I
knew In lessons- and are goIng
what he was talk. man "No thanks. Mary
singing
time taking off about a few Within This short burning dm give Jjtwo
'ar about message. A great I : to tip you thing .1.. I I. automatic.
his !
B.L. and each student listen. doubts about be "sold" l fancy grand opera teacher the Paradise." upstairs for some chop suey. hour after lighting, the you c.d.rs ,.frig rado. io lea

A. great authority was speak. salesman must first sold heard about it Why are you ? facts about his office. nil The Professor bad stopped play. burner out. And you get mOM .cooum&caI& form. ,
not Into go
ar. Is led her
The If a preacher gently He face helda
Protestant himself. slapped Mary'
pulpits of the The back of his hand I with photographs Ing. The look on
and covered DEMONSTRATION
lIIerlca need to the gospel he preaches she thrilled at walls were meaning for him than mil HOMI '
and different
again give an au : on at her arm, and trophies ot 1
thorttatlve which he Is supposedto posters had read Into would MM to have teethe djulCeba shelves aDd .a.r f l
meaaage. We need to Bible from touch."I life. In the one that Blackle We you : I 'j
his underworld ba. bees added
titan out how In the name two San Francisco's beautiful new model* w. other (.atur.e .i..
next
.J from f our Institutions of get his gospel to put In the silver It. eo.e.
I mean three large I or .rMU'
sell anybody were foe 1936.Thei newdniga your
Ieaf1llng he offering
theBe lernlstlc, ration. of common sense can have years to the best account I can. a corner pedestals. He told "Mary!" he called from the are. sod toft- cream-whin Ash for (r.. home d..oDacn- I.'porc.isia I.

!\IJauc, behavlorlaUc, atheisticDestroying else? No wonder we"Why "To go to the) Tlvoll?" loving cups on trophies offered every stage. "I have a couple of new aaian bring new don Liberal purcba.e \I .t. .

tacbers Who are in the empty pews In our churches. "If I can. Or somewhere else. her they were Freddy Duane and thereat numbers I'd like to have you try 'beauty co yon. kltcheo.' Aad _s. If dir. .4Ar ,
stis fiction and your by IPf! i'
of our do actors give always been pretty year out." IT TKLEI-HONE: No.1" ,
Young people respect you New York has wine agents at an A
Ot the minister Inquired of 'Frisco's !" C.L *\. *\. t1
Bible. Th audiences weep? a from here. "Not this morning Professor *:i.i.iHVILJ.KC.TT. .
writer ha* gone to folks Chickens' Ball. .,
good "The fb
"Ith bls work of an actor. "We actors York got that wehaven't event called Blackle. "Mat you go tell LAKe FLORIDA ,,_ _
laughed
Into state In New at the
the every "What's competition M. r. D. !iv. a .,
and hold a "
you "
is fact "They I'll tell "
'
unloQ and >Into lands give fiction like It got better? I don't believeIn of ten thousand Jow Lee-No, never mind; I
1'OeI many like It Is fic ball and give a prize here, BURNING
the fact right
You stay OIL
: THE :
1 lea and every man he preachers give ..In.nen. leaving San Francisco. dollars In gold to the proprietor him myself. "
tver known Men know they are "You don t be. I won't be a minute! SUFEREEXtOBUCT
WhO the tton. him. the honey.
knows rallied on
She that puts
SIble
ad bellevel It. These half-bak- They want. way out.offer The lleve In anything do you?" of artistic the Joint show. And do you That offer of help from the Professor REFRIGERATOR WI :

IUpertlclal "upstart.'. who are Word of God and the gospel "You bet I do! I: believe In most the Joint that's won had given her a trace more .

nlng the of' out. May God raise up men Norton'!" want to know the Para- of composure; she could look at Of P | CTIOH.I ITOVt cOMPANT
the a way
authority Blackle running- -
hi, ee hearts to show Mission but It three times without flinching while he _.. _J _
Irnoramuaell. burning at the with Blackle -
They were who have He let her out He slapped her arm
?brOdCd lost men the way ,Jlse''
Mert a fll'W years ago by Dr, poor, distressed did not go 10

Dick Wilson who to the to Cod




.. j-
,, ...",;. ........,,_,.H.!'''''' .s.at ,' ., '.- -- -----"
--- ..
-.....-- ----



-"-. *'.*.*r!. .- ,
.. 'fV < .
r" .vv. j rm
"
'PY7 w 7[" V > V T-'Tirff






BRADFORD COCNTY TEUGaBArH.!: : BTABIOg. FLORIDA FRJD.oil" I
ICIGIIT : s.,
rql t ._ ---- -- --
i I .- ----- ---- ----- ------- ------- -------

""I i Bradford County Telegraph
TOO LATE .


i',,1 j Established 1877 TO CLASSIFY Mister Veteran !

<,,3 d MEMBER = rLORILW .
l II, mrttSKLi. KAY
\ PRESS ASSOCIATION A ....1".1",.* Fl.rl*. Prna A*...
INVEST YOUR BONUS IN ONE OF THESE FARMSWe Y

1935 V) have several Improved Bradford County Farms ranging in size from twenty to i e e
:J 2sJ While this column la being written i
n_ __ __. before the election, it will not three hundred acres. Priced from $500 to $3,000. Terms of 20%} cash, balance- as

i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class,I be read until afterwards and by long as. 20 years, '@ 5% interest. Let us show you these properties. You do not

a Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida have that a time fairly I dear appears Idea we of result should have lp. wait, we can trade today.. Prices will never be lower.

... -- : '
-E. L. Matthews- 'n'. _n' 'u___ ._ Un _______Editor and Owner Like the on-rush of the tropical Call on WILSON REALTY CO., STARKE, '"7 7or ; '

-- -- -- --- hurricane, the center will of experience the storm Forrest E. Davies, St. Augustine. 3'' V
we
i ---- -- -- has passed; now

'; SUBSCRIPTION RATE a brief lull to be followed by the FEDERAL LAND BANK :: '
final! blow-and It promises to be
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance no GENTLE breeze. ,

Advertising Rates Application OF COLUMBIA
on From here on, folks, the rules .& \
-- -
are suopended-no holds are bar-

3p By RED KERCE red-the toys can kick. bite,
scratch and pull hair. There won't

It's to ignorance merely can your be so many In the fight of course, COLOR FILM No Pensions Co. Says CLEAN-UP WEEKBy MEN CAUGHTThree
easy preserve your ; but it will be fast and furious and
,1 brutal. (Continued From Page One)
HERE SUNDAYRITZ
tongue.
I Ia a proclamation of Mayor W. men apprehended hi
of candidates that hall) approved and ordered filed.
o Support :: : were E. Mlddleton "Clean-up Week" Wednesday night listed .* Ceo,
,I thus far been without waiting: to TO SHOW "TRAIL The Florida National Bank of has been designated In Starke beginning Barker 1612 Walnut '
a ,t Wonder who is more tired of rallying: the candidates-o r'see which way the cat might OF THE LONESOME Jacksonville, Florida was design June 8 and will continue my Duncan 1020 Edison Street, J l'
Ave
the voters? Jump) will now come out and the PINE" nated as the County Depository for until June 13. Members of the Emory Thompson, 3062
mighty struggle for control of this the Board of County Commission Ander
local Woman's Club have arrangedfor Street all of
s o Color films, for the dream Jacksonville,
that will make the first primary years for the beginning July 1,
or, era year trucks and, other means of Night Marshals
a + Knee action isn't in it ,with the toe action that goes on campaign look like a .Sun. of arrived motion, and pictures the finished have product finally 1936. : transporting garbage; and trash Melvin McKinney Benny, are being Sapp ,

b' '' under a bridge table.Representative day! School picnic. demonstrated by'' Walter Wagner's The Board agrede to donate two- from lots and homesltes during the In the Bradford County Jail, pJing '
not to exceed $t2, of the '
thirds
F k trick known to the trade, '
Every of' ,period. Investigation after the fornj
0 all-technicolor production
coat of a screen and light to display -
will probably be employed. Job- "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" I' The members of the Club and of th! trio. Barker, was alleged
Zioncheck has our nomination for Public holders like rats on a sinking ship the results of the June 2nd.,
ti ; I which will be shown at the Ritz Mayor Mlddleton as well as other have broken Into and entered
RI Clown Number One. will run wildly about shouting the Theatre Sunday and Monday, far primary election. Interested citizens are urging that New Deal filling station on
think The Board decided to meet with
merits of the candidate they
surpasses all the claims which ardent every resident make an effort to Gainesville highwayThe
0 the Tax Assessor, Monday, July 6,
x 1i likely to win or the safest from
have been making clean-up and possibly paint two other
publicity men up men. Duncan J
: i The fellow who is busy kicking with only one foot, usually their PERSONAL standpoint and It. A. D. 1936, at 10 o'clock a. m. In during the, designated time and Thompson, were arrested by
the Clerk's Office for the
will facea purposeof
.1 has gotten the other in a trap. honest open minded voters fakeaffidavits "The Trail of the Lonesome hearing complaints and taking make Starke more attractive for night marshals near the reside
,
battery of waggtn' tongues Is color but that out-of-town and out-of-state vial W.
1- Pine, In full Interested of Mrs J. Epperson, and
o I testimony of owners or
false reports chargesand
,.statement doesn't cover" the facts. assessments tors. mltted, officials say, accompa
to the
Trying to console a defeated candidate is like giving a counter charges. Color can be too vague, or Itcanbe parties as said -:-- Ing Barker here.
Interests and private or- theretofore made by the
vf + fellow a friendly pat on a sunburned back. ganleatlona Special will take a hand to too prominent, but In this film County Tax Assessor and the NOTICE The trio left Jacksonvilleday Tuj
the color has been superbly handled Notice to School Bus Drivers: afternoon with
a borrowed
legal
o. help the people decide RIGHT. Clerk was Instructed to have a -
so Intelligently used that it Persons wishing to apply for Jobsas tomoblle. In which the formerto
voter Is but on I notice of same inserted In the
The (1))
(
I\\ I The fellow who lost out Tuesday at least doesn't have to a limb sovereign and stones will be hurledat Is so natural, so lifelike, the on- Bradford County Telegraph a bus drivers please leave same go to Georgia for relative! ,

1\lj\i( '' worry about how he will come out in the second primary. him from every direction. looker Is not even. aware that he is newspaper published in this coun- at office of Board of Public Instruction lice reports from Jacksonville

: o The close of the first primaryleft seeing a film.The stellar rolesin ty. *: of Bradford County. dlcated late Thursday, accord!
the scattered all over this all-color film are played by LeRoy Hines ;was authorized to These applications will be taken to WEV Thornton, jailer.
sheep
< Mir Jules Verne wrote Ten Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. the meadow. Little bands that Sylvia Sidney Fred MacMurray, recondition with,new 8-oz. ticking until June 18. -.- -

g''' S We've been much deeper than that writing paragraphs in aY' had hopefully followed this or that and Henry Fond: eight mattresses and eight pillows A. 3. GRIFFIS, Supt. THANKS VOTERS:

fog. leader.: Now with but two left to If you like sparkling, sophisticated for a total amount of $16. the 6-3-12\ Jt wish to thank the voters

,Y' lead.the task of rounding up the screen drama" Samuel Goldwyn' County to furnish the ticking for CARD OF*THANKS'" District No. 1 (Lawtey), for
which will
0 "Splendor, bring
I and them In therl&ht the pillows. good support given me for Coo
r:: dash but strays getting Miriam Hopkins'to the Rita The- To the voters of Bradford: I Commissioner in the June Prim
Of course it's all right to win the hundred yard flock Is the next move. Al- .- -
the
atre Tuesday and Wednesday will CARD OF THANKS sincerely appreciate splendid and promise, in return to work
% ambition is to out ahead in pie-eating the dogs are after them-
our only come a con- ready vote and in
evening's enter support given me
give a grand
you Interest the
heels Voters and people of Bradford ,the best of taxpsj
'" at their ,
.
test. snapping them snarling this and that In tainment. Playing with Miss Hopkins County: the June 2 primary, in which I ,of this district, and the county M,
driving way
are Joel McCrea Paul Cava- was elected County Commissioner
i 0 I wish to sincere whole.
appreciation
express my
which
to can
fierce see
a struggle I endeavor to to the
Helen Westley and Billie will serve you
If all the paragraphs written each week were laid end to direct the moat of these stragglersInto Bdl-ke.naygh I for the fine vote and best of ability. Respectfully
the of ,Bradford very my J. M. Rosier
support people
end we'd have this week at least to fill this their master's camp. T. D.
.t maybe enough Newspaper ads will scream out. "The Law In Her Hands" will County gave me in my recent race, Dyal. .

I f y column. radios and loud speakers will bleat be shown at the KHz Thursday for representative to the state legIslature CARD OF THANKSTo THANKS VOTERS:

o and blat; no stones will be left and Friday of next week with from Bardford County, In the voters of Bradford Coun- I I wish to express my ilncf,
Margaret Lindaey, Glenda Farrell which I was successful, I shall endeavor gratitude to my many friendi)!,
unturned to vote. The ty: I wish to sincere
l One writer says that if it weren't for the radio some get your Warren Hull, and Lyle Talbot.e to serve you In a way and express my Bradford County for the fin vf
t more attention pay to all this appreciation to each of you for the
singers would be sleeping instead of keeping the rest of the ballyhoo and propaganda you the less manner that will repay you for splendid support ,given me last they gave me on June 2. It

} nation awake. you know. Ninety per cent of It ROUNDUPCHILDREN your consideration In my behalf. Tuesday, June 2, In the primary In been a real pleasure to me to b

III o is pure unadulterated HOOEY, all I Fred Hazen.- which I was a candidate for shert. the opportunity of visiting w J
homes.
In
; your
g ? d'i We'd all possibly get more fun out of life, if we weren'tforced designed to direct your, attention while CARD OF THANKS > .I,u you Sincerely.T. .
tor the! magician's left hand Respectfully:
to giggle at things which don't amuse us, and believe his right band Is taking the money FREE E EXAMINATION FOR I take this method of extendingmany Nelson T. Green. Frank Landrum i
THOSE BETWEEN thanks to the voters of -
JiV, things which we know aren't true. out of your pocket. \
4 (r Last week at one political rally, FOUR AND( SEVEN Bradford County who so loyally On Nov. 13. 1833, meteors Following the example of Pet

1 4r'I n I had thirty-nine different pieces The public health nursing council stood by me with your vote- and swarmed through the sky like the Great, the city of Omsk. In f fberia.

Possibly the goofiest of all the present-day politicians of campaign literature thrust Into Is sponsoring* a summer round support in, this election. snowflakes and many believed that ., Imposed a tax on beards;'

was Rep.:'Zioncheck, before the late tabulation of the Coutre- my hand while eager workers up for pro-school age children Frl.' C. C. Butler. the end of the, world bad come. 1929. --1m j

?, marsh-Roosevelt primary in Florida. plead with me to vote for so and so day June 12, at.the Woman's Club
for such and; such. Now and then House, beginning 8 o'clock a. m.

;t o ''I would question one or two of Both local and 'state board of $FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS ... ,..D.hNNEnI- t
Marriage is a funny thing: It gives a man a wonderful these solicitors and the amusing health physicians will be on hand, "

combination of companionship and hardships neatly woven together thing was that mighty few of them according to the,county nurse to .... i'
knew anything at all about their cooperate.Mrs. ,.. 4-,
;* so as to satisfactorily last for at least thirty days. particular candidate. One young Clennle Hlckok this week .. .. ,;. d dw ,

0 o lady frankly admitted that she'd said "All children between four" T' .J f

k "Yessir, folks, I follers th' Bible the best I kin" remarks never even heard of the candidatefor and seven years!of age may be examined r, r I
whom she was eagerly asking and babies six
I Aunt Samanthy, one of Avery Powell's pet characters in the gratis over ...
; votes until the day before and it months of age may get inocula- '
Times-Union. "I allers love my enemies atter I git even with seems her primary Interest was, tions protecting them against +

'em." the five dollars she had been prom- smallpox and diphtheria. Children +w 11,

ised. Another campaigner, a J oy rt4t accompanied, by their parents iij 4 ::1\\'N"',j, .. -1

o of about sixteen, was working for must bring permission slip, these ...
1 M "Stand Up and Fight," an irate editor captions an editorial so and so because his uncle would may be obtained from the county
> fit
i who must have never realized the sinking feeling one con- get a job If that man got in office. health nurse's office In the city t" t 4 f r 4 ik ''rl -itt

tracts when trying to raise to their feet with the world around I've had at least twenty personal hall.All-
letters from friends asking me to parents with children within 4.- sTMIdI I Ii'
their neck. support someone for some office.: the age limit are urged to bringor I ,

ai and In every I KNOW either send helr children.
t letter _
i WHY the was written .
"Every time you breathe, the government spends $712," just
and in no case was the Interest of JOHNS THANKS VOTERS M
declares an exchange. You needn't faint, Mr. Taxpayer; expenses the STATE, the PEOPLE or better I am taking this means of {;r' {

l are easier extracted from your pockets when you are cleaner government In any thanking the citizens of Bradfordand

qQ rl k t unconscious. way related to It. Union County for the splendidvote L0 i i e :
rV/x Now I may be plenty dumb. I l
you gave me June 2, and I
rIF4 ir 1 Y '1 o don't claim to be a Solomonbutat
sincerely trust that I will make
Senator Dickinson says the Roosevelt administration has the same time, I got a crazy my district a Senator you will all r rC rrr

k a forced people to eat dog food. Wonder if that has had any- idea that I'm smart enough to. be proud of, and I will more than .
figure this thing out for myself.Of
thing to do with making Republicans howl like cats appreciate any suggestions that
on a course It might be a whole lot
have to> offer
Thankingyou
you may r i
back yard fence to back and let somebodyelse ti F
easier sit once more for the honor.you b a, Sr ,
do THINKIN' for me, but
my
bestowed I
0 nave upon me remain.
the heck of It. Is. all these folks '
N "Can a girl on a and still be Respectfully: yours, t
carry career happily married that are so eager and anxious to Charley E.Johns. .s .

,l i ," a reader asks a psychologist. Ask Mae West, Miss; do just that right now ain't gonna i l.:k' '; it ?,.' k

she's the only woman we know of who has or hasn't, or doesor come around a year from now and They certainly do have climatein
help me figure out how to pay my
doesn't know. Oklahoma. The other day a dust
taxes or keep the wolf from the
storm started right after a heavy
o door. rain.-Clearwater Sun.

Life is that span is existence in which people cry for let This about Is a ninety mighty percent good of time what to
i, 1 nourishment during their infancy, struggling to maturity, you hear" pass in one ear and out M.INAAERU AND riF.itK KUOCTMMI SECONDPRIMARY ? ,

"' ; and spend the rest of their three score and ten, wondering the other. A little careful serious of At June a meeting A. D. held 1113.. &APO/6 4

h li .when the heck they did it. thlnkin' on YOUR part right now County Commliieloner of.Bradford 1711E ADbvwaefde / /NS T/PAN
Is mighty IMPORTANT. You better County. Florida, atPOlnte. the fol- FLOQDASNDEPFNDENTGOIEN,4fNTNfZOQ4t4
j"c "4 lowing Clerka and for the / ON
1 t I) take yourself over in a corner Second Primary Election to be ,heldon C'OTToN i
1ft' Walter Winchell says that Arabia has no jails and that where you can't bear the radio or Precinct!3rd;, day No.of June A. D. Its. AMEASIANQ L 47 R J7fZ ds1AVDJItS'.fLY2'FD .,"'\, T
1 Lawtey. W. H.
;l," d y, only once in twenty years is there a robbery. The reason is the so-called loud speakers friends and anad where advisors your Norman ReddlMfi and Clerk J.: D.Zonnle Peele.Putch.Innpeotore.J. M. BY PIRATES AND ANNEXED T 4rEXCOTa om/

that robbers are given the rather unsympathetic treatment can't get at and ;MAKE UP Precinct No. t. North Starke; F. A. One of the colorful offensive
you Roett. Clerk; J. *. Anderson J. I* chapters In tha States and as a smuggling base. So
;1 'Of their OWN MIND. Remembernone Conner, and H.: l I
t tw having hands cut off. YOUR tor. .Nornmn.laepeo* varied history of Florida was the nine did he become that presidentMonroe

--.... 0 of the candidates are as BAD Prclnct' No. S.; South Starke. A. teenth century invasion' by GENERAL found it to auppres+
as opponents would have you believe W. Anderson Clerk) J. E.! Newaom. necessary j
;k \ One exchange sums it up by saying that some candidatesrun and by the same token few of Leo Orlffl. and_ 'H. I* Thotnaa. In- GREGOR MAC GREGOR who had pre- the enterprise with U. S. soldiers.IS 1

i on what they have done, Rome on what they promise to, 'em are anywhere near as good as poctori.Precinct No. 1, OlraKam.: F. T. Abernathy viously Venezuelan distinguished himself in the incident had an important bearing on
their workers claim they Clerk; John. H. Surreney. struggle for independence the acquisition of Florida by the United j
or !
1 do, some because they haven't done anything, and some because -: they Aril Broushton.: : t and Willie Strick from Spain. Ambitious to
4 are. Judge each man on the: land In.pectoraWIRR conquer Span- States.
they haven't anything to do. No. i, Hampton: H. B ish Florida and establish oi t
honesty Integrity, ability and experience ., Clerk; Ft. t* Parker. H. C. an independent The KAPOK or cotton tree, native
n and good :judgement dic Preen and J. E. Adk'''.,' Inppectore. provisional government, MacGregor Java, is one of Florida's most distinctive
French scientist he the world will tate. And GOD bave mercy on Precinct No. a. '1'.1"...,: John with some backing and a small force, trees. posessingrt-
_ A says can prove come nrlner, Clerk I James Trleel.' Sidney It yields a cotton
your soul Trleat. and Frank C. Oel. captured Amelia Island from the receni
er Inepeo- Span- markabla insulative and
doesn't know half much qualities
to an end in September, 1936. lie as i iards in 1817
tore.Precinct
No. T. New River E. A. organized a governmentand teats in the manufacture of refrigerators
}, i'; about when world will end we know how candidate for the -
predicting a as Every governorship Kapp, Clerk I ; -In., J. J. actually threatened St. Augustine. c81 u.'
.r'Lo"ic.'iT have shown it to be of than
is fut accord- Thomas and Inspectors, more
"gaining
( a 4 quickly fren'ch scientist! will tell a.lie. Precinct. No. 3. Brooker: O. B. Me.Hauler. Subsequently, however lack of resources merit. The cotton of the kapok tree "
Ing to current reports. Just bow Clerk J!!. T. Stewart V. V. forced him* to abandon ,
etSemivelf
4 this can be determined has never I Haaen. and H. ,}t. Tltom.... inspeo. the enter fluffy and downy and ia
Soma.candidates have announced that they will not allow been figured out to our satisfaction tore.O'FICIAL( SEAL) prise. Later, one of his successors, Luis used aa a filling for cushions and ::lI

a friends to tack their photographs up in public places and Uon, but the various campaign U UCONNKR. Aury, a pirate with a gang of dt perate tresses. Ita resistance to moisture
managers evidently get much satisfaction Chairman Board. of County vagabonds, hoisted the Mexican flag, moat miraculous Ita nonabeol'PGD6qualities
Commleetonere.Atteet and
along the highways. We wish they'd reconsider. The pictures
I used '
I I from issuing the state : the island for' the Illicit Introduce it of Brest
'4tv might be a factor In keeping cows off the roads. ments."-TituavUto Star-Advocate. atA. J. Thomaa. Clark to Board. tion of African slaves into the United commercial promise"..lae.PAIl9 .to make

(

_ __ i '$I' j

_ 3 J ;..... .' ,
+