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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fO o CELEBRATE FRED BE CONE OBSERVED DAYWILL 2ND PRIMARY 'I I BRADFORD FROGSINDUSTRY" MANHUNTS TAX BOOKS $30,000IN :


-HERE SATURDAY i' CLOSE JULY 1-- .

OOSEVELT'S SPEAKING BALLOTTO : WOULD PAY .. JOHNS APPEALS
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FOR PAYMENTS BONUS BONDS
Saturday has been designated a WELL HERE: HE ''
state-wide "Fred Cone Day" and BELIEVES r city tax books will close

;..NOMINATIONYoung his local supporters are planning to BE SHORT I R. D. Hunter, brings a new industrial AS I It was announced this week PAID OUT HERE

have Starke and Bradford County I. Idea.to Bradford County. Tax Collector, Carl Johns, !! j jI
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to
j I Join In the celebration Hunting froglogi is the newest an appeal the prop
of the city to their .
It was announced pay
Democratsplan Wednesday means of Introducedhere.
compensation
that Mr. Cone, or a representativeof Will Contain NamesOf South .Florida where mll- To and prevent their lands being ( Week-End Business .I

Rally For his, would be here Saturday aft- 'I Tax Assessor lions of pounds. of this meat, de- in tax sales.
ernoon at 4 o'clock to speak. Pro- clared more delicious than chicken, seventy-five per cent of I Expected: to Show J JI

June 27 moters of the event request that a I ContestantsCONE Is shipped yearly may get a red due on the rolls have Effect 'f'fI
paid by local residents Mr j
large crowd be I
In attendance. face If this local man's Idea goes
said and when and If all\
\TEUR PROGRAMTO AND through. I
PETTEWAY are paid It will enrich the i FIRST MONEY( WILL UH i f
| ARRANGED HERE FIRST Hunter, last visited
BE ON TICKETA Friday sev-
AS DEI $10-
CANAL KILLED eral marsh lakes near Theressa approximately SENT HERE SATURDAYThere

for a rally on Saturday, and brought: back |, -
( short pairs
plans very ballot, following an Jhirty-slx.
A. O. collector said that the total
when Franklin D. Roose- of froglegs, with a combination I i I were many smiling faces) u
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June unusually long one. will be handed '
As House Refuses over two : valuation on real and around the '
I postofflce this week as)
accepts the re-nomination of voters in Bradford weight of more than twenty'
silt| County June
June In the Is +
I property city than a
more
$30,000 In baby bonds) ,
for President I
Democratic Party 23. pounds. Mr. Hunter said that he
tbe made by the .Young sold about dozen, to calved his than $500,000.:\ and checks were paid out to Brad rh''
twenty
were '' MORE Differing from its predecessor! pair fill the !
''ifcm'ocratlc!) Club of Bradford FUNDSFIGHT tbe June 2 primary ballot, which local afesan'. the passing season, of ford County veterans on their adJusted -

County at a meeting held last Fri- was about fourteen inches) long and Indulged personally la the, Mr, MONfifTAGs compensation certificates. 1

day night at the court house. and four columns wide the second Jumpy feast himself at different II this) bonds In addition were also to being the office distributed here, ,
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Charley E.! John was elected WAGED BY primary ballots, that are being this intervals.The six years, at the
jtirsoan of the event and stated GREEN AND SEARSIN week printed in the Telegraph local Man believes that if I and Go On Sale Brooker postoffIces Lawtey, ).Hampton: Reports from and a
shop, areabout nine more frog hunters were to get together I
celebration Inches
die seek that; tile here VAIN long. ery : these have not been received, butIt
would probably take the form of and contain the names of contestants Starke and Bradford County -I. succeeds Is believed that
more than half
an "amateur hour" featuring local Doom had apparently been spelled In only one county race, that might gala even more of a. for more I JULY ISTe of the $190,000, which Is due Bradford \
talent and under the direction of for Florida's cross-state canal of county assessor of taxes, Louis name than Wauchula and other Sheriff of veterans was distributed '
this
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H F. Demoreat The main event Wednesday when President Roose Hill and E. W. Hayes. south Florida frog hunting towns, In week

f the 'evening following the lo- velt's effort to give new life to the Three sets of candidates who where much Of the white meat Is ment this MUST BE BOUGHT The bonds are In even amountsof .
cal will be the tuning-In project was defeated 108 to seek state-wide offices are on the caught. Hunter said thathe sells said that
program I sixty- <;n JUNE 30, $50:\ each, and If a veteran has
two In the ballot Candidates for the pairs of legs for a wholesale
of President. Roosevelt's acceptance' House of Representatives. governor, ed the KNIGHT SAYS an odd sum due him, this is paid
Both Fred P. Cone Lake City and price of twenty Cents.FLETCHER. I I
speech. Congressman, R. A. the by check, One check paid here
The rally will be held in the Green and W. J. Sears, opposingeach Judge Raleigh Petteway Tampa: In the June Collector C. A. Knight: said this week was for as little as I

Woman's Club building here and other in the June 23 primary I State School ,Superintendent of DIESS willingness that half-year automo three cents. After a veteran Iden
u admission fee of one dollar for representative from this district Public Instruction, W. S. Caw- In such a ,would go on sale Wed tifies himself at the postoffice here

will be charged. Money raised in had gone back to Washington then and Colin English; for Congressman chief July 1, at his office. he Is given a receipt and his bond ,
thli way will go to'swell the coffers to aid in the fruitless fight for of the Second Congrges- denlY ficial. law are sent to Jacksonville!: where:
of the Democratic Campaign the canal. sional District, R. A. Green and W. The : regarding half-year they will be cashed and checks it .

Fund. Those who attend the rally Immediately after defeating the J. Sears. W. E. mailed back to the veterans here.
l receive the title of a "Roosevelt canal the House passed the remainder --- IN CAPITAL city as Its motor vehicle acquired af- The first of these checks are expected ,
of the amended deficiency E. Murrhee than ten 30 of any year and not
Nominator" and the member's I to arrive Saturday and will d
Dime together with his contribution bill, virtually closing the doorsto E. J Murrhee died Saturday jailer for : to registration prior to doubtless have a noticeable effect
will be registered on the any further allocation by Pres- June 6, at his home in Graham at deceased shall on application to on the amount of business don by n

Roosevelt Nominator's) Enrollment ident Roosevelt for continuation of the age of seventy-five years. He SENIOR SENATOR FROMFLORIDA he was vehicle commissioner local stores during the weekend.PETTEWAY ,
Roster In Washington. 'the $146,000.000 waterway. was a pioneer settler of Bradford WAS 77 prior to tratlon of such motor ve- -- 11
The bill\ carries an amendment and YEARS: OLD trailer after June 30 of the a
County will be greatly missed Mr. I ;
Those who will sell tickets for
I year, be> charged at the '
the event are: H. C. Wall, W. E. prohibiting the allocation of relief in the community where he spent Senator Duncan;; -U. Fletcher a sheriff in such registration one- 1 '
funds except for projects which SPEAKS HERE ,
most of
can his life. was J '
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Torode, N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Dr. annual
rate bow-
member of the United States Sen- provided
be completed with this year's allotment He is survived by> his wife, Mrs. Epperson
H B. McLendon and E. E. Bur- ate from Florida during twenty- no plate shall be III,,"'" 4
That TAMPA JUDGE ATTEMPTS .
administration lead Mildred Murrhee. and seven children j'

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tey ers agreed, infant death to the : Ben J. Murree. K B. Murr- seven of his seventy-seven years than $3. TO BUILD UP BRAD- 1
Similar rallies will be held Florida canal. : hee, Mrs. L. G. Barry. Mrs. Roy died suddenly Wednesday from a also stated "Any person FORD VOTE ;I I'

throughout the country, the mainone The House vote came within a : Smith and Mrs. Lewis Byrd, all of heart attack. Dan or securing a half year ,
being in Philadelphia scene of few hours after the death of Senator : Tampa, Mrs John Crews of Lake Senator Fletcher had served in again t present to the motor ve- Judge Raleigh Petteway of ,
the Democratic Convention where Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida Butler, and Dewey Murrhee, of the Senate since March 4. 1909. He Perryman or to the tax Tampa, who will fight It out with
100000 people are expected to who successfully sponsored l the Graham. was chairman Of the important riage a bill of sale of the motor ; Fred Cone at tlv polls Tuesday for i

gather Franklin Field to cele- deficiency bill amendment througha Funeral service. were held Sun- Banking and Currency Committeeand the Gainesville.'l, be registered and make the Governorship of Florida spoke I'

irate Roosevelt's-. re-nomlDation. bitter fight in the Senate two day morning June 7, from the Graham a member -Of the committeeson fice: the vehicle.bad not been here late Saturday afternoon In an t J:
attempt to build up his support la 'i, "
weeks ago. Chrstlan Church, of which he commerce;'military affairs and Russell over or upon the public I

EDDIE HARTMANIN More than $5,000,000: allocated\ was a member. The Rev. O. K. Cull, printing. Dobbs, ; July of the 1." State of Florida thin primary county, when over he that received of the first only l<.

by President Roosevelt from work of Tampa, officiated. Intermentwas Senator Fletcher's term would and Mary ; ._ ninety-nine votes In Bradford. 1 ,
CONTESTWORKS -- --- -
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relief funds has been spent in in Mt Sinai Cemetery under have expired in 1939. It was Flor ert C. In his speech the judge stressed
starting the 200-mile sea-level the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. ida's second loss in the Senate In gie Odom ; BABY GIRL his stands. against dishonest elections y
MANY HOURSA canal to connect the Atlantic Honorary pallbearers were: C. B. little more than a month. Park Dendy, I the slot machine law, the t
DAY ON SMALL Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico by a I Roberts L. C. Smith R. M. Johnson Trammell! died May 8, after servo Stilckland, i two-Job man practice and declared \ i "f

COACH MODEL water route across Northern Flor- J. A. Graves, W. T. McEver ing since 1917 and ; advocacy of a state advertising ; '
Joe Hazen Active pall bearers Some of the veteran Senator's William AND MRS. EARL :
Eddie Hartman, Starke high program full school terms, and
ida.All were: Frank Reynolds J. A. J. McKinney colleagues! felt the vigorous fighthe Stokes, ; I ROBERTS LOSE t
Khool youth who has attracted funds so far apportioned to CHILD sympathetic and friendly cooperation *
J H. Surrency H. D. Abernathy had made In recent weeks for Mamie t
rt&te-wlde attention with his clever the project have been spent. Muchof with organized labor.
E. Strickland the Florida canal contributedto Mann, .
work in wood and metal will the dredging has been done by Johns. Lloyd Ms death.ship Saunders here will regret to learn Pointing out that legalized racing '
compete in the 1934 Fisher Body private companies under contract death of Katherine Ann and the sale of liquor lend

Craftsman's Guild model coach- from the United States Army En tbree-months-old daugh- themselves more easily/ to graft
building competition for which gineers. Some of these contracts LOCAL Dr. and Mrs Earl H. Rob- than many other legitimate practices. lei s
awards valued at $50,000: have have not been completed but all I BITS OF II Jacksonville Beach. The Judge Petteway said that

been posted contracted work on the canal is found dead In her,crib "graft and corruption will have '

I As an entrant In the master due to be finished next month. Thursday morning of last no place In my administration. t
I class, Eddie will construct a min- --. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, of Lake Mrs. S. F. Hamrick and Mrs. W. Mrs A. apparently suffocated while Crooked officers who attempt It ,' I

iature Napoleonic coach as a sam City was visiting friends here H. Nollman,'of Sebring were vial- Miss were asleep I wlU be kicked out and prosecuted.1. ; rI, a.i

ple of his handiwork submitting it TWO MEN KILLED Monday. tors to Jacksonville Tuesday and for Los to her parents, the Again attacking an alleged whispering y ; iTV F

(for scrutiny by judges in Detroitby IN UNIONFIGHT Mrs. L. D. Keller and son. Leo, Wednesday. will visit survived by her slater, campaign that he said has) "I }
August 1. The winners are given Jr.. were visitors to Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wimberlyand and Roberts, her grandfathers, the purpose tit placing him In theI 11
scholarships that guaranteethem STARTED OVER Wednesday dauaghter. Freddy, spent Mather. J. Roberts of Lawtey and position of a radical religious crusader

a college education so that STILL, SHERIFF Tuesday In Highland with Mrs. H. Mrs S. Bostlck of Jacksonville with the assumption that he .
they may continue studying the SAIDA Miss Beth Wimberly of HighlandIs C. Wlmberly. Mrs. and several uncles and will be an unsafe man for a gover ',0 .
craft In a guest this week of Mr. and nor Judge Petteway asserted that '" d' + ,
which
they have shown Mrs. Armeda Downing of left :"'; i 'I : o '
themselves proficient. gun battle which Sheriff W. Mrs. N. T Green. Gainesville, was here Sunday afternoon where they services were held Fri he claims no right to regulate personal | "" .I' !

Eddie, who is now attending '''s. Brannen, Jr., said grew out of Miss Hazel Lennon has returned visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. der of the the grave In the Jackson- habits of his fellow citizens. ;
summer school works on his coach an argument over a destroyed liquor home after a two week's visit with M. Wimberly. Cemetery. "I am a Democrat," he declared, 44

model every afternoon as soon as still, resulted In death of two relatives in Eustill.I Mr.. and Mr. Street Dendy of and Rev. and "and will at all times abide by the
M leaves dsssws and continues un I men and serious tnjury-to a third I I Mr. and Mrs. J. :M.. Alvarez have Gainesville were visiting Mr. and win of the) people expressed at the :
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til well tato the night. Less than I Sunday night, near Lake Butler. moved into their Klngsley Lake Mrs. A. S. Strickland at Kingsley Dam WPA Broadcast polls) and by their regularly coostl-1 I t
where
I they '
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two 25 and Ned tuted ,
Clarence Tomlin legislative bodies.
mootber time remains until the for the summer.
I ,Cottage Lake Sunday.Mr. Idaenau.l of the local WPA of
job died when gunsblazed I
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must be Dicks. ,
finished amt they moat
1 of that a
r Alice Calhoun yesterday
tedious f la. tha deep wooka of western 'Union Miss Mary and Mrs C. F. Boyer of odist : i
t part of the work. stlttAlready I Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. will be given from 4 to CHILDREN
111m.. County. Jess Dicks, the backof Jacksonville were here- during the Milton
completed and interest- I his head almost blown away Arvin McKinney, Sunday. week-end visiting Mrs. Boyer's parents Atlanta, : tbe Saturday basic afternoon and VACCINATEDWHITE ..

JJf to see are the chassis and then I with a buckshot charge, was In a W. C. Wainwright and son, W Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. day will of the new relief principles program I AND COLORED OF '
Mr.
C., Jr., of Tampa are visiting as 1
mework of the coach body. Lake City hospital and Mrs. E. G. Brazier of the
the and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Mr. reau of will go Into effect at PRE-SCHOOL AGEEXAMINED s' ,
Spokes sheriff said farmers near
of the wheels are decorated The Jacksonville pent Sunday with of next month The / 4 ,
.lrIth an Intricate scene told him the battle lasted Miss Alice Harrold. of Eldorado Quarantine I
copper design, all Mrs. Braziers brother-in-law and house auditorium will be ''s
hand carved. about fifteen minutes. Shot guns Ark., Is the guest of her uncle slater Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Keller. ment of to the public at which the The summer round-up of preschool .

Eddie has made and rifles were used. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blab Friends may be beard. Per- aged children sponsored by lI'
Slag many prlze-wln- Claude Ivy and "Bo" Dicks The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price wards the Bradford County public health
learn of
articles, op. can more
*" dmlii Including a Dutch were arrested and placed in Union and daughters Gloria and Helen, that she is council was held at the W man'. iB +
later from employees of
scene ship models and Mr. and Mrs T. Frank Landrum this week at the C,
said
train County Jail. Sheriff Brannen are spending In St. office. Club last Friday, and was proclaimed '
coach: models will be, but his the Napoleonic Ivy came In about midnight and and George Inman returned Wednesday A. Knight cottage on Klngsley ter, Mrs. A. as) being one of the most j ,
masterpiece, he after spending several daysIn
ys, and the reported the shooting saying it Lake. ly at Mrs successful yet
:s spent the one upon which he was a grudge fight over destruc- Citrus County. Miss Martha Brownlee student Mr. and Attorney Dr. H. C. McClure, of the Tay-

most. time. tion of a still about three months Mrs. S. A. Barefoot has returnedto nurse, will return to Riverside Hospital spent Williams, prominent at lor County health unit, gave they, ;" r l

her home In Sanderson aftera In Jacksonville Sunday aftera where they and counsel for the Flor- smallpox vaccinations and diphtheria
Road Celebration ago.A coroner's Jury met during the ten day visit here with Mr. and three week's vacation at Kings-. Gloria and Light Company Immunization treatments. ( X

Plans for night taut aweessed until Friday Mrs P. M. Barefoot. ley Lake. Hospital, Southern and Florida and Miss i. L. Sogaard, R. N. district,] r
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.*mate the celebration opening of to State com- pending further Investigation by Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Barefoot Mrs A. G. Ludwig of Hernando, derwent a Coast Line railroads bas I supervisor from the State Board of,,

i jfl rJr No- 28, the sheriff. and daughter. Miss Eunice, of SaDder -' spent Sunday at Kiagaley Lake Mrs. N. appointment aa attorney Health In Jacksonville, assisted the,
are being perfecta '
j". ) a .Chamber of Commerce __ .- oa. spent Sunday with Mr and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sternberg < Seaboard Airline Railroad Perry physician. t a +
Local persona taking part in the, -
York County. Mr. Williams
eDjamtttee.t1L Paiatka. Vacationing in New Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. S. Strickland. here today
The
I1kad corn active lawyer In Bradford round-up were: Dr. W. E. Middle-1 M
turned' 'cby Will be formally Mr and Mrs. C. R. Cobb, mana- Mrs. L. D. Green and daughter, \Miss Pauline Priest, who is a York. Ben Counties, now reside at ton, Mrs L. A. Davis, Miss Madge|
but Over to the state JUDe 21. ger of the local A. P. store left Elise, returned Monday from a student at the Massey Business Point bas and was a Mlddleton, Miss Lola Redgrave. '
the announcement( two twd week's visit In Tampa, St. College In Jacksonville spent the first represen-
said a telehratloa : Tuesday afternoon for a from Union In tbe Miss Margaret Hair, Mrs. R. F.Buford .
11I0: Is expected later In the weeks vacation in New York. Na- Petersburg and Dade City. week-end here with her parents. Academy I primary. !I Mrs. Jean Darby and a. ,

include th. BCltl along r the highway than Prevatt. former manager of Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss Mr and Mrs. E. C. Priest. I who -.-- : County Health Nurse, Mrs Clennie ? 1'' r'
City Starke, Lake Butler:Lake the local store and now with the Marguerite Ratliff, of Jacksonville Mrs V. A. Andrews, and two New York Hlckok.j .
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M unne" and Daytona Beach company in Gainesville\ will have spent the week-end here with daughters of LaCoocbee are spend visit.Miss Barbershop !j I' Forty-two examinations were'
e1as\ Palatka.Warrant. I charge of the Starke establishmentwhile Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. ing the week with Mrs. B. F. Johns Sparks, of Palatka Tue. I( made of preschool age children 7 t +

Mr. Cobb Is away. I Billy Powell leaves Saturdayfor and W. H. Green en orute to St. Mae Pearce the City Barbershop according to Mrs. Hlckok and

Ii I Old Served I Clermont where be will make Augustine for a visit with other Miss owned by Mrs. L. E. I I twenty-four smallpox vaccinations' o '

Negroes Back his home with Mr and Mrs. George relatives Jacobs, Ml <1 and operated.by Lonnie I were administered to white chit
aided HIlITy Bo y Bryner' colored. was Brings Flynn who moved there last week. Mrs. C. S, Lindsay. Miss Claude Mrs R. F. ( Mr. Sparks, who has been i, tlren, with twenty-three negro children ;

i t Wednesday by Deputy W. Sheriff A. O. Andreu made a trip and Mrs. Joe Gill and son Barton and Miss Evalyn Lindsay Hart, Mrs. with the barber trade vaccinated for smallpo: "o.
Thorotoa on a 1935 warrant. to Trenton Wednesday to bring Mr of Raleigh N. C., are of Winston Salem. N. C., who are Mrs H. C. years says that Mr: Har- Thirty white pre-school age chli 1
harDng" theft of a BUn. Brymer back Harry Clark and Buddy Jackie Joe to arrive this weekendfor spending some time at Klngsley Perkins remain with the establish dren were given diphtheria lnDoc- '

to get beat away but had come back Smith two negroes charged with expected visit with Mr. and Mrs. J M Lake, were In Gainesville Wednesday mer session I invites local patrons to,ulatlons along'wlth ,twenty-one negro Fit
h4 W H. a
i reieeel soldiers bonus. He was stealing groceries from the Florida in children. ,
under a $2S cash bond. Smith store at Sampson City. Alvarez.
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STANDS FOR '
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,? Return Your State Government To The ";

I 1. Lowering the State budget to balance taxes instead r People One More Time-And CONE Promises l
fl to balance the budget. Rigid econo ,
r } raising taxes <
,r I III < To Do This Very Thing. He Believes

t ;I I my in all branches of State Government.: 4
9'' ;, In The Old Democratic
; Principles
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J, 2. Adequate Old Age Pensions IMMEDIATELY.: ,I
d 1 < b Ir "The Best Government With The Least ''il
3. neal and sufficient money for the education' of
i your children. Nine months' term for all school Amount Of Taxation, Economy And Business :

: 1 teachers. Management In Every Department I'
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g' II t 4. State fund to advertise nationally our citrus and Of The State.'* This In Reality Is "Gov ,
c other industries as well as the beauty and charm "
y of Florida.x. ernment Of The People, For The People, "
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; i I 5. Five-dollar license tags for all pleasure automo By The,People." ,j
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j; c" biles. Reduction of gasoline! tax. ? wv $ r /I

6. Elimination of Poll Tax. .. .....,.....-I'tr>...,..... r.;;, .,[.".... ....' _f\IiI rt!\ d'., .' .j ,i'

7. Higher tariff on fruits and vegetables imported : ; 'j.}, .
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F Recent circumstances cause him to favor sponsorship ,f::,;; t
' of legislation that would make it necessary for the The Oth er Fell ow f
; I'', VOTES OF ANY PRECINCT TO BE COUNTED, '!
TALLIED AND PROPERLY REPORTED WITHIN 'i:
s '' 48 (HOURS., But let's tell you exactly who Fred Cone is, how he is well r

Fred Cone is against sales tax in form.
a any ''f
;!!hl l8?d.. lie is against two-job politicians. experienced for a big man's job, and present his party record. ,"
I lie is against slot machines that were approved during :
: the present administration. }PI
.TALLAHASSEE TRAINING A LOYAL DEMOCRAT

1 Fred Cone desires to his native State Governor '
serve as
FRED CONE has been active in the Democratic
only, and would flatly refuse any consideration for FRED CONE served eight years in the Florida .
"I for 40 He has
party
over constantly
w years. supported
the United States Senate or other high office.
any
r{ i '+ State Senate and was a member of the sessions and worked for the Democratic nom ij

j Fred Cone is opposed to the modern practice of build of 1907 1909, 1911 I and 1913. He was Presiflees.. He; has served on all County, State and II
. :'' 'j" machines. That is he asks Congressional committees. He was alternate !I
\ ing up political why a
1 I:} l dent of the Florida Senate during the session of
delegate to the Democratic Balti "
; {'i return to the old form of honest Democratic gov Convention at
''i ',t j ii :,;' 1 ernment for the PEOPLE instead of for POLITICAL 1911 I, when that body got along with 1 17 attachmore In 1912, and he worked Woodrow Wil} 1"1
,.. ",, PARASITES and PATRONAGE. son on the floor of the convention. Mr. Cone ;j''
with 300 of th
: j' '" i es, compared east session. Whilein I
i nf; ;' was a delegate I to the Democratic National Convention
.! lt f ', I ; Fred Cone does not have to make a plea for a lack of the Senate he was an advocate of most pro- in 1924, 1928 and 1932. He was a chair
''J r\.\ ; sectionalism. In all his years of party service, he gressive legislation. He supported organized labor man of the Florida Democratic delegation in I
, h ( J' has never recognized a North. South, East or West '
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Chicago in 1932 and
,,1 ,' Florida then and understands their problems now. represented Florida Democracy I
\ 'r''t J r'F He was the father of the free text book law for on the floor of the Con.ventlon. He waschairman
I 1 I' of the finance committee of the Demo
n"; r ,i fH" ;' .t school children. His experience in Tallahassee cratic party for Florida in 1932 and collected the

,f 1 t, :' k well qualifies him for the Governor's job. He necessary funds; to run the Democratic cam

::; $t;: ,4\t : knows where expenses can be trimmed, and is pa gn. In addition Mr. Cone made an active cam-
3 :?; pain for the Democratic
ticket all northern
\ : over
", f i#; '[);\--t .' pledged 1 to trim them down to a sensible budget. and central counties of Florida. OJ1,1:1'
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E 19. 1938-- ._ __ _ ._ XKADFORD COVNTV till
TELXGKArH. ST.1 iL. FLORIUA' r.\GE'IIICi'. 4,

Many Ida to own their own homes, liquid- munities in "filling thia gap In the j S Sl ,
Makes
A ating the insured mortgage by easy American home ownership! plan" w
I Homeowner monthly installments as If paying by making funds gd. '
available
1.\\ 3 to rent to all I d.. 6 :
who could meet the Government
!\ "There are many folks who de-.regulations. r--- He Voted For The Bonus Bill Which Passed In '
'eeplng neralwbusineaeucoodt- aire to have '
an 'acre
or so' on "This
i e new activity of the Fed
r. leo* /the nation) wide actlvi1 which to raise a garden or chickens eral) Housing Administration not I 1936. He Voted For It Over The Veto. It is i ; ,
1 construction field gen- or something similar as a sideline only provides an avenue by which

,I" .I'.1'"" ted through the the Federal the program Housing) spon-Ad- or"The hobby Federal," Dr.Housind Hathaway Administration declared.- can those have In the a lower respectable Income modern groups I I L -. The Bill Which Gave The Bonus Payment I1

ed alration by Dr Forte A. Hatba- Is making the lead In the home of their own but also makes This Week. '
aDJIOUDCI'revislon Roosevelt .
has
State Director program to make this home ownership available to those *
of the regU1aUode- type of home ownership available." many people who like to work In
! 'to further broaden the Dr. Hathaway pointed out that the city and live In the country
ed' of' activltlell ol this GovernPf the Federal Housing Administration for various reasons LEX GREEN HOLDS 11 / YEARS OUT OF
' : and to bring the F. program Is broad in scope but
l Agency "We all realize Is
mere a demand -I
I*.advantages within lower the Incomeup. reach there are certain regulation established for this type of home In Florida | THE 25 YEARS SENIORITY HELD BY
W within the by Congress In the National
JI18IIY particularly so now that
many _
_
Housing Act regarding sufficient veterans are receiving their bonus, I : FLORIDA IN THE HOUSE.
t have been i Isd income as well aa good past
regulations many of whom are anxious for Just
I i iI. New which are particularly helpto credit records which apply in all this sort of assistance. Every effort _
cases However the
,I.. tbose medlpriced regulation regarding -i will be made by the State Office '
homeoutsldetth
',' cor- 'property location' has In Jacksonville, as well as the LEX GREEN HOLDS FIVE OF THE 11 AS- k, ,
i! been eased to aid
up those
of various wishing
te limits tats District Office In Miami and the
i'i unities, Dr. Hathaway homes up to the $2000 type to take Tampa Service Office to cooperate SIGNMENTS HELD BY FLORIDA IN THE '
of
i are now empowered to advantage the F. H. A. pro- in each ,
We fully case both for the ben
{
: tare mortgages on homes coatingto gram. efit of the individual applicant and HOUSE. x ,t
,I $ under the F. H. A.with "It will still be necessary! for the as a general contribution to the '.
''jI" time payment plan applicant for an insured loan to returning prosperity being stimulated -I
: installments extendingr show an equity of at least
nmlv twenty everywhere by the increased
a period of 10, 15 ajid In some per cent, free and clear in the appraised activity in the building and construction I HIS COMMITTEES ARE: (1) RIVERS AND HARBORS; (2) FLOOD
,20 years This eliminates the value of the house and land field", Dr. Hathaway
i ILjg restriction limiting our but, In the 'Garden Type Homes' concluded.: I CONTROL; (3) IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION; (4) TER #
.. loans of this amount only as they are known-the value of
ring I
RESOLUTION RITORIES. HE IS CHAIRMAN OF THE TERRITORIES COMMITTEE
tomes within the city limits and several acres may be taken into I
U permit many citizens of Flor- consideration rather than the single Whereas, on the 7th day of i I WHICH IS THE ONLY CHAIRMANSHIP HELD BY FLORIDA IN THE :
lot May, 1936, our Heavenly Father
aa applies in city properties "
In this manner the equity In his Infinite wisdom has been I, HOUSE. i ,
"We Need ENGLISH In may be so increased to make it pleased to call from our midst, one :

Our ahead possible in for a satisfactory the applicant manner to go of person our,members, Brother W. J. Ep TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES RECEIVED BY LEX GREEN FOR CONGRESS 1'

grHoOLS"I i without a lot of unnecessary 'red Whereas Brother Epperson was 30,567. HIS NEXT HIGHEST COMPETITOR RECEIVED 10-
tape' ", the State Director said. a faithful and worthy member of I
this Chapter and a strict observer 971. HE LACKED 982 VOTES IN GETTING MAJORITY I OVER
Specifically pointing out that the t
I of the rules and regulations of the {
Federal FOUR OPPONENTS.
I, Housing Administrationhad y.p r.
: ...
Order, answering to every call of r.-'
no government money to lend
but that It acted "as work and service 1
agency enabling the bank an insuring, insurance Be It Resolved by the membersof LEX GREEN WILL COMPLETE THE CANAL AND HE IS IN WASHINGTON -
i Starke Number 166
f or mortgage company to advance Chapter
NOW FIGHTING FOR THE CANAL.
Myk I that we bow in submission to Him
II money to qualified appli-
I who doeth all things well,
cants
under modern terms andmethods"
Be It further Resolved that asa
Dr. Hathaway predictedthat
mark of our appreciation of our
the lending institutions of
late Brother we do hereby tenderto
i Florida would cooperate with the the family our heartfelt sympathy HIS LOYALTY IS APPRECIATEDREAD I
i Yule For Federal Housing Administrationand In their hour of deep sorrow,
the residents of their own com- and commend them to Him, who
\ COLIN ENGLISHfor i alone can sustain and comfort, thatas THE FOLLOWING LETTERS OF ENDORSEMENT: ,
I II I >, ", ,' ---/m, a mark of respect our Charterbe
I I draped for thirty days and a
: The Speakers' Rooms
/, ;1;'' : copy of these resolutions be spreadon '
Superintendent of 'I' the minutes, a copy be sent to HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, U. S. '
: i f : : the bereaved family and a copy to .
Public InstructionI 'ti.1 the Bradford County Telegraph for Washington, D. C. t e

I i lhr Nraasaasgs 11111. publication. Hon. R. A. Green ,
I TnUed, ExperlDce CapMe I O1Nadaa N....- sad U.tlastisstbi ... Signed: Verdie Futch, ,
1 ;; 1 -- Native of Florida II I ( .... M O.aalrsreua Ruby Hayes, House of Representatives, II -
Mae Green, Committee. *' '
1i Washington, D. C.

i i I ORPHANS NEED My Dear Lex: t' :j 8 8I

SUMMER HOMESOver want to drop you this note and express my deep appreciation of the splendid service

i two hundred homeless boys you rendered as Assistant Whip at the last session. The entire Democratic member- > ,

j. of and age-under girls from the six care to sixteen of the years Chil- ship of the House, and also the Administration, is under lasting obligation to you for your

dren's Home Society of Florida, very active work and co-operation which made it possible to put over the beneficial leg
-Florida's Greatest Charity," are
i'', pleading for vacation homes anywhere islation which was enacted.

i -r A.y.. In Florida this coming sum With best wishes, I am, s tp=
: mer, eager to get away from theroutine .
of institutional life in the Sincerely your friend, g ,

.gym four receiving homes of the Home (Signed) JO BYRNS. "
Society located at Jacksonville,
1 r,. w, S Miami, Pensacola and Lakeland. October 12 1935.
i iI Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg Joins
That's always been Y these hundreds of homeless boys DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEEHotel
it and girls in an urgent appeal to
t my guide-post In Big Hearted families in Florida to Biltmore .".....,. :z- 1 .
take these children out of the Receiving : :
buying .4 Homes of the Home So- New York City I ,

,Gasoline andMotorOil" ciety and permit these youngstersto JAMES A. FARLEY, April 4, 1936. "
enjoy some freedom and recreation
wIII during the hot months of the Chairman. ,
summer, and will gladly welcome
Honorable R. A. Green
anywhere ,
i word from any family
In the State that will open Its home House of Representatives,
a and heart to one or more of these l''
III ? li liI unfortunate children. Washington, D. C.

The Society will supply each Dear Lex:
child with clothing and shoes but
expects families who provide vacations I acknowledge receipt of the data on the Florida Canal. In this matter I am follow)) ?II

call or for permanent the children homes or to bear either ing the procedure as outlined at the conference a few days ago with you and Mr. H. H. 4'' t

I the cost of having the child Buckman.You .

brought munications or sent may to be them.addressed Com-to are ably handling the Florida Canal matter in the House of Representatives. ; .

Marcus, Jacksonville C. Fagg 428 St James You are doing it in a splendid fashion and are assisting in exactly the same manner as you '

Bldg. have the Democratic Party in the general legislative program. Since President Roose 4

velt's inauguration more legislation of lasting benefit to the American people has been

/jj ,e/, tt4 ',rrt.yy .-, .' V ':,i 1 enacted during any other period in the history of our country. I

l : I Assuring you of my appreciation for your support, I am, '

...",, Sincerely yours,
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I ."" :,! Thanks for your letter of April 26th. Iwas glad to get this frank expression of your

io NORTHERN POINTS a'9 views. : + to

Drastic inductions, In fares lo practically all Northern ;'....:.. .'1;', 1: 'i". It is always good to have one's friends express their appreciation. Having done F

cities are ,Uecti e at once The new rate :-W'f;: your part in the big undertaking in which we are all engaged, you have a right to feel a '
reduction ar. sweeping. aHecfing nearly e"ery ya"ae
... city and community in the East and Mid-Weal ratt personal satisfaction in the progress we are making toward recovery. !
de.lD..ucc.tafta.lae- good every day. ."*ry schedule en the pant Very sincerely, ;;
NEW YORK .$16.20 buses. Including, limited rant.The same low far.
''"''CACO _- 16.45 to an cities In Florida with frequent schedule (Signed) FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. ,'

Ci DOLLAR A DAY MEALS y
NTTSBUHGH 16.50S5.IANAPOUS : House of Representatives .
Motor
I Meal slop on Gfeyhouad and Florida ,
--- 13.60 line hav. been carefully selected at
D. C.
DETROIT 16.80 choice road-aid taverns or at principal *Utiona. Washington, a
J\{'KSONIU.K; You gel lull delicious meal*-
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\ P'\ 2,60 fcreakhBt luncheon and dinner lolabag }
<\ ..tILSSBE------__--__-_--_- %.80 not over a dollar a daY"" Amp!. time ia c I [ HE HAS BEEN FAITHFUL ''Ir

A"i.STLLE ________ .50 given to enjoy them.:. ... I '! 'fdr 7p.
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S. S. C. __ 4J40 MRS.: E. H. / f. .> .
her red"' Ilnns*. on roundTrip Opposite Court Mouse I'bon! 120-U "' i; :.

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'l'lLlGItAPDIITABKE.!: : FLORIDA FlU 0'"' JfJJE';
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I"I ", ..i W. M. U. Met Monday Dendy-Strickland: I Vacation SchoolCommencement] Starke Grove Represented Home. She was also given an arm Celebrates Third BirthdayLittle W. H. Biggs, Mrs Earn. 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland Exercises At Palatka ConventionTwelve bouquet of dahlia The Palatka Jr.. and Mrs Loan* ," ?*
The business and program meet of Starke to Dotty Sue Biggs celebrated Barley
corsages Lawtey
Enjoyed By ManyThe members of the local Grove gave--shoulder : Margaret (I(
1 Ing e held at the church Monday at- their daughter following commencement convention at Palatka last maa and MIsa Moore. Monday afternoon by Inviting: thirty Bobby and Jimmy -Withrtfftl1\.
Myrtle Klzzle guesta to come to her home and ear 'rick,
I
noon. program of the Dally Vacation Bible Friday. They were: Mrs Vonda The neat district convention will sonville.
The devotional was conducted by to School, which has Just completed Inman, Mr. George Inman, :Mr*. be held In Gainesville in November. enjoy the occasion with her. .. -
i the President, Mr. A. M. Darby. Thomas Street Dendyof another successful term here, L. S. Hutto. :Mr. P. S. Denmark, Member of the Starke Grove Many useful and beautiful pre < Dance TonightThe ---
') It constated of a scripture reading, Gain svllle was enjoyed by a large crowd of Mr*. J. D. Goodman Miss Amy greatly appreciate the splendid I ents were presented to Dotty Sue
r t a beautiful poem and*prayer The on June thirteenth interested parent and friend last :Moore ,Miss Vonda. Inman and work Mrs. Flynn Is doing in the :by the children and grownups.The Junior; Woman, ,,3ub WJ
'' program was given by the YoungMatron's nineteen hundred and thirtysixtending Friday night at the Baptist Miss.Dorothy Alvarez grove and In the district, which young hostess was assisted by entertain with a dance] \
", 4 Circle, Mrs. E. W. Hayes --r.: Church: The convenUOIi l'fIa"held in the consist of ten counties.ChambersOdom. her mother, Mrs Ethel Biggs,. faentertaJDJDg' (Friday) at the WOIl18.D'tOlllgtt ClUh
t s I 'i In charge. The topic was The: I the rally at Raiford. July] Opening Hymn (Congregation) Masonic Hall and presided the little people with building beginning at o "o'clock
fly Watchful Servants" Mr. Hayes 10. An interesting and helpful Onward Christian Soldier.." was merry games and contests playedon large number of the *
over by Mrs VIrgie Flynn. president younger
assisted by Miss Eunice Perkins was cloned by prayer by are Itt'
was meeting Prayer by the Pastor. of the North Central District. the lawn. The birthday feast; expected to attend
1' i and Mrs. C. B. Price. Mrs. B. M. Pussell. Circle No. 1' Mr. and Mrs. G F. Odomof was Ice'cream and Individual --._
"The Bible PrimaryDepartment to
Seng" by ball -
The was' decorated represent -
Routine business was transacted,j will have tharge of the programand a flower garden it sunrise.A Starke cakes, and the favors were brightly Philadelphia leads the ,
Arrangements were made> for at- church flowers! for July; God'i. Book" by Beg) ner De- business session and initiation announce the marriageof colored balloons attached to all- States la number Of building CnJl!:
>artmetit. service was held in the afternoon their daughter day suckers. loan companies manufactui.. II CJ!
Virginia Eatelle Out-of-town guests! were: Mrs. street cars, and fox
followed at
"Motion Song" ky Beginner-and by a. banquet night. bunting
Primary Departments Led by Mrs. Flynn was given\ a silver con- to -
f Who Is Sectional Earl Chambersof
"A Man Wanda Pearce tribution In behalf of the district Robert Starkeon -

Memory work by Primary Department the thirteenth flay of June l


:J : Is Too Small To Be GovernorOvelcd The Twenty-third. Psalm-Mrs. Eunice B.Song Bible M. Fussell's:Perkin's"Living Memory Class for Class Verses Jesus"-by Miss Junior took nineteen The place simple hundred at and the pretty Parsonage and thirty-six ceremony Sat- For Expert RepairinSmith's

afternoon, in the
urday presence
(Ovelcd From. (.".'. Firil Meu.le ,In the Second C.na.iln) TO THE CITIZENS -Assisted and Intermediate,,Department of a host of friends and relatives,
u 1 by Mrs. L G. Powell.
Rev. B. M. GaragePhone
with the Montgomery
Memory Work by Junior Department
AND VOTERS OF pastor of the First Methodist
L This man Fred Cone has had over, : Church, officiating
The Ten Commandments-Mrs.
20,000varm personal friends all BRADFORD CO.Pentlstent L. G. Powell's Class Immediately following the cere- 120
Mr. and Mrs. Chamber left
have been "Who are they?! -Mrs. G. A. mony
rl Florida for rumors that 1 I Anderson's Class." for a wedding trip to Tallahasseeand Wrecker Service Day or Night I
years"they were spread over the County
over
Memory Bible_ VersesMrs.. C. Thomasville, Ga. II
..a have a job with the Federal I
I A. Knight. Both the bride and groom havea
his "machine" the first time---and Land Bank.
Song: "The Flag Song" by entire wide circle of friends here who
; The following letter will show School. wish them much happiness and
I this time they will be a steam that I am NOT connected with Memory Work by Intermediate success 'In the future.

the Bank. Department: Mr. Chambers Is employed with ANN PAGE
,::1 ; roller---they are working for Friend j jI Bible Question of the Gospels- the Starke Ice Company. White House. DEUCIO'S
Mrs ... ,*
A. M. Darby. Evaporated
Administration
Credit
Farm
',. I ly Fred, who knows no political TilE FEDERAL LAND BANK "The Cry of the World's Chil Young Radio Stars D Pure Fruit

,n, machine, wouldn't have one. OF COLUMBIAThird Dlsrttct dren"-a play, to by defray Intermediates.Offering expenses.of Spend Vacation II re MILK I ((4ffiLj ) Preserves
tI school.
COLUMBIA, S. C. Clementine ;nd Vi-& lia Toruel-
Display of Handwork by all de la, Starke's chcf: claim! to fame in 2-I.Lb. Jars
I March 7, ]936. 3 Large 19c maate
", MF" partments. the: radio world, arrived Tuesday
In Every County from New York City to spend amonth's
Mr. L. H. Hill ...- vacation with their parents 3 Small lOc wltlal ltonoMYR 29c
!) Field Representative
town-k Mr. and Mrs. L. Torruella
every city.evcry Lawtey, Florida
g RITZ THEATRE The girls are still with the White
at every cross roads, s" Dear Mr. Hill: Rabbit Bus Line program where IONA BRAND
as, STARK they have been displaying their talent
( our next governor, p I regret to advise you that for several years, and broad- TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25c
your services will not be requlr-
Fred Cone PROGRAMFRIDAY cast early every Sunday morning.
knows'D ed;l after March 14, 1936. You __ _
Ile o i FRIDAY Their Starke friends are always _
will receive two weeks additional
\vell a goodly scatter glad when they arrive for a visit GREAT MONEY SAVING
pay. TIIURS.-FRI., JUNE IS 16
with
their parents for the girls
ing of fine folks And This action U being taken by 'Give Us This Night" are very generous about singing COFFEE SALE

they have known all reason of curtailment in personnel Gludjs Swarthout their songs and dancing for the
p In various departments of entertainment of their friends.
: about him for years. the bank. SVTURI1AY. JUNE 2I> Clementine would not sign anew '' 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOK\t

y n They are telling their We suggest that you turn "THE THREEGODFATHERS" gram contract until officials with the agreed radio to pro allow 2 Lbs. 29c Lb. 17c Lb. 2k
all bank owned property In
*c friends about him--. over her to spend a month In
to Mr. -
your possession Ferguson .
t
Chester Morrltt Starke which she still loves.
on March 14 and take an ---
his Lewis Stone! -
t about ruggedness
'
the to
t Inventory receipt therefor. Accompanying girls IONA BRANDSTRING

f his sincerity, how his It Is hoped by the undersignedthat SUN-MON.: JUNE 21 & 22 and Starke little were daughter Mrs. Manuel, Mary,Carlo Mr. ,and Jr. BEANS 3 r No. 2 cans 25cFANCY
will not have much "Strike Me Pink"Eddle.Cantor
ti bank has ahvays"paid you Mrs. Raynaldo Dearrlba, and Mr.
( WIN WITH CONE
trouble In making a new connec- Tommy Hlggs. Mrs. Carlo and
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off"---that he knows On Jun 2nd h.polltd 7891 of the : lon. Ethel Merman Mrs. Dearrlba are sisters of the PREPARED
,' %....in hi. horn Counlv.Colu I ,Sully Were girls. Mr. and Mrs. Dearrlba leave
and feels the problems .h 111. poll.d only I With belt wishes I am lOc
1R & ., oppon.nl Yours Thusday for a trip to Santiago, SPINACH Nc. 2 Can
truly
36.4% the vol. In hit hone very TUES.-WED., JUNE 23 & 24 Cuba.
t,' : of all l our people. County Hilliborouch., B. S. Burch, .

Manager, Collection Division "Dancing Lyon Feet"Ben Woodman NoticeThe IONA BRAND

i I A CC BSBL: .1..1. Ferguson, F. Supv. Joan Marsh Woodman Circle will cele- PEAS No. 2 Can lOc

NO NORTH NO SOUTH I THURS.-FRL, JUNE 23 &: 28 brate its eight anniversary Tueaday
I.YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORTS "Golden Arrow" evening at 8 p. m. The Grove
SOLICITED IN THE SEC- will be hostess at this time and ORAND\IOTIIEI8-DeUt'loult: Fresh Baked
NO EAST NO WEST OND PRIMARY: JUNE 23. Brtte Davis all members are urged to be on
George Brent time. ROLLS Per Doz. ((12-oz.) 5c

LOUIS H. HILL Mrs Hutto, Sec'y.
LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY
.
CONE for ALL FLORIDA
TUESDAY &: WEDNESDAY
For Tax Assessor Sweetbreads are usually the pancreas BROKEN SLICED
of thymus of calve. No. 2 Can 15c
4' ; ALL FLORIDA for CONE IONA PINEAPPLE;


,'' (Politic! Adv.rt.icm; .M P.id by lea l FricnJi ol Fred P. Co..) PIIILLJPINELARD Good White PEACHES No. 22 Can 15c

; i IONA

.... Lb.GREED'S APRICOTS No. 2/ Can 15c
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: : Don't..ForlletFATHER'S FLOUR12Lbs. FRESH PRUNES 2 No. 22 Cans 25c

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DAY IONA BRAND-With Tomato Sauce


4'" '' I : SUNDAY, JUNE, 21 Lb 15c CASH & CARRY,24 12-Lbs.- ..__=_ ____ 37c69c PORK & BEANS 16-oz. can 4c

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I ; i See Our HOLE GRAIN SMOKED ANN PAGEKETCHUP I5c
2 8oz. Bottles

RICE 5 Lbs. 25c BACONBEST I.b. 18c VICTORIA BRAND
I5c
GIFTLINE MUSTARD Quart Jar

f aN\\\\ i MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc NECK BONES, Lb. 72c CAMAY IVORY SOAP 3 Medium Bars 17c

RIB
I NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK TOILET SOAP 4 Bars Jgg

1 4 i'' Ties Shirts TOMATOES Cans 25c BEEF STEW Lb. 10 IONA Bit.\ND-MACARONI OR
,
SPAGHETTI 3 7-oz.Pkgs.) lOcCAKE
PIG TAILS, Lb. 12'/2c
Pajamas I
PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc _

I YOUNG STEFRROUND FLOCRSWANSDOWN ,I

f Hats Socks \ C.OI il Package 25c i'i'I '
STEAK Lb 22c .
fllt'L 3 tail 19c I I BAKING POWDERCALUMET
''I cans 23c '
FOR DAD fiircKSTEAK 6oz. Can 9c; 1-Lb. Can !
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$; ; JUST RECEIVED IXlx COLORS GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c FICKI.SS! 24-oz. 15c FLAKES Pkg, 12c TAPIOCA Pkg. 12c i

SPECIAL EXCELLARMOUR'S I
J : at 98c"IES'S MATCHES 3 Pkgs. lOc
,MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. lOc SODA CRACKERS 2 l-UJPks I Wc I

MEN'S GROUND DULYPURE
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l BLI'E CIIMBKAY OVERALLS COFFEE Lb.l2i/c CORNED REEF 2MOL1&B2 1 29r :

WORK SHIRTS r : 4-LB. CARTONlLARD :;
FAST COLORS ", ,.. j orn OWN BLEND '
\\n.L NOT
RIP
ONLY $1.33 VALUE49c BREAD 3 Loaves -- lac ." !#ftIH't, 49c I.
J
TEAlb. 19r
Pkg.!
98c <)H'AHT 'IVRPEANUT
rAisin> BUTTER 22C.' 'OLD !STKE VM PINK
14-oz
'' '' SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY lOc SALMON Tall Can 1' :
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WHITE N \ ZITIIA

; ,', PRICES RIGHT !MUSTARD, Qt. Jar lOc ni-H4I'E I + 2 fans 1 SOAP 3 Giant Bars 10: :

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--------- business W. A. McGriff of Gainesville, Mrs. W. G Haite is visiting relatives I Bill Doyle of Green Cove Springs Mr and Mrs. W M. Wainwright Mr and Mrs. Edward )Na}i ?t
a SaFP ass a recent was a business visitor: here Mon-' In 8ocla 01II\ Cc.lag8gine and Atlanta d.. brother and sister-in-law. Mr and. guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Mrs. Jack. Ward and. \1jr\ 1.
day. ___ .A U
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vls'tor' to I Mrs. J. D. Doyle.. Wall at their Kingsley Lake cottage 1 i iTIP.
was a Mrs. C E. Jobna and Mrs. W. B. .

Mr,, and Mrs. W. H. Struth spent 1..n 1.
rr Tueaday :Mundy. Jr., were visitors. in. Jack Mrs Effie>Johns spent the weekend ,..M..t .i ,,
several days recently visiting in ,
sonville. Monday. Mr'. Mrs. L. S. Hutto and
in Gainesville as a gueat of her and !
-AlJJI& SaiD was a visitor to Jacksonville.Mrs. ,lIOn and daughter-in-law, Mr. and daughters Misses Edna, GarnltA, 1 raid or streeta'Cencr.t.Indo400 -. .'
wnYdlle, Saturday.ra Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Sebring, Mrs- Freeman Johns I and Mrs.! A. H. Hall and baby/ ft. '.
-- A. H. Hall and Mils Edna la here visiting her. mother Mrs. Sharon, spent Sunday In Coleman .

I w B Mundy, Jr, was a Hutto were shopping in Jacksonville Sarah L. Hamrick Mr and Mrs F W. Varnadoe of visiting friends. I
.
I calneiv"' Friday. Tuesday. Savannah Ga, ate spending this
r o Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Richard week here with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Ethel Biggs. Mrs D. P.
INSUREprfllfcUFK Mrs Lucy Krevullan, of New and Miss Lois Long spent Mondayin and Mrs. W. P. Smith. I Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long and COMCHETE
York City Is the guest of Mr. and Tallahassee. I I I their guests, Mrs. W. T. Jackson, PAVEMENT
Mrs. B. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. 1C.. Ray are of Baconton Ga., and Mra. D. C ENDS 111J .
INS. CO. Adrian Little, of Huntington, I.
spending some time in Jacksonvillewith Forehand of Albany, Ga., spent
Ag't. J. B. McGuIrk, an employee of lad? la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday In St. Augustine with
Hall Mrs. Ray''' sisters. Misses
I T. I P. Smith. u'r
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the Telegraph wan called to Tlf- Mollie and Lillian AUbritton.Mrs. Mr. O. J. Griffin. .
Stork's Florida ton Ga., Tuesday night because of : a
Starke Hotel Judge and Mrs. E. K.
By Perryman
office the serious Illness of his father.
and children, were visitors to R. F. Sykes and family, of
Jacksonville last Thursday. Jacksonville, were weekendJesll REAL
at the home of Mrs Sykes' uncle

Miss Madge Middleton leaves today and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. ESTATE
THE TROTH ABOUT for Augusta Ga., for a visit -- '
with friends Miss Miriam Jvcuos lett Wednesday IF YOU WANT TO e
for New York City where she I II BUY. SELL OR RENT
Mrs. A. S. Crews and Miss Elizabeth I I will spend a month She was accompanied : SEE US- .
Hollingsworth were in Gainesville by :Miss Tibby Heckel ,
PETTE WAY Tuesday afternoon. of Jacksonville.Mr WILSONREALTY r
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Miss Dot Wallace, of Bradenton. and Mrs. C C. Hoppe of CORP. at .
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is the guest of Mrs T. D. Rlckcn- Tampa, and Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid

backer. left Wednesday on board the S S. it::, :.:' :\j :;; '", ", _:, ,'n:_. -."" ';.:.>" r
Shawnee from Jacksonville for a
-- 'Vl tlo highway drmrtinmta' varn the publics: d ';
state
Harold C. Wall and T. T Long visit in New York City. hy | /
&&IO IS AGAINST PETTEWAY? The slot machine inter- attended the National Guard meet- "Concrete pavement eiiiV f1/f,
Ing held in Sanford Saturday and Louis P. Hebord, a special agent C. A. CARVER [Because' it is universally a"I't'I"I..1| ( l that pierdii| vlmherr. C i'
3-the; big money interests, including certain bank chains; Sunday. for the Fidelity and Guaranty reasonable and safe on concrete, laconic dangerous;

old-time political machine. Company from Jacksonville was a JEWELER on other surfaces i'
d I the
Miss Ruth Sternberg N. Stern- visitor to Starke Monday after- To sate lives to |>rr\rnt tmiilrnl .If'm.mle'oll' I R

110 IS FOR PETTEWAY? The individual citizens of Flor. berg and Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent noon. WATCH CXOCK ANI crete all the u Thursday of last week in Jack .
free from the dictates sonville. Friends here will be Interested to GENERAL UKFAIKINO True and co\..n. it lias no high; rn>wn-is usable to its $
want popular government, orate
who know that Judge and Mrs. A. V. full viillli. Urnkrs are at their beet on its gritty non-skill
Long of Gainesville will leave All Work Guaranteed color and sharply defined edges give fi v
| interests. Mrs Roy Bence of Boston, Mirfiu-r. I Is light gray :
Masa., arrived here Saturday to Sunday June 28 for New York hikhvisibililyatnight.Any HAT PETTEWAY AGAINST? He is positively against spend the summer at her.Klngsley City where they will sail for The l.N' (1KEEN Bl'IUHMOSTAKKK : And concrete eaves money for motorists and for taipapers. -
Lake home. Hague Holland, to be guests of FLORIDA ,
eslot machine. He is against the two job practice. He i is their son and daughter-in-law Mr. lrII Insist on concrete for your roads. 4
and Mrs. A. C. Long. I UiI- 1I! ,,-
Mlsa Verna Glass left Wednesday
CONCRETE PAVING
ROUTE 15 NEEDS
taxes and increase in gasoline or auto
ainst nuisance any I
I for her home in Lexington Ky.
Its. He is against machine politics. after spending several days here grace distinctive flowers PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION i

with Mr. and Mrs H. C. Rltch. cherry at herschelJlaeksonville ) Hurt liiiiMinjr" Atlanta Ga. l

|HAT DOES PETTEWAY STAND FOR? He is positively; : Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and :II i. I A national nrfunitalmn; n/nipinrrri and trunautt, miking /

r rthe schools for a full school) term and adequate pay fojr Mrs.guests Bill Sunday Park afternoon of Miami of were Mrs I I mart renter pieces phone '-2129I limmii.il comigesflowers : in laboratory amijirla to impress' and mxtrnd ihf ufnfcmwrrtr. .n ,

ichers. He is for economy in state government, and hon Effie Johns. I I __ for glfta _- -- k

Ely in government lie is for old age security; homesteadin I!< i
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Mrs. W.V.. Page and sons Billy '* l
elands! : real) home exemption. lIe is for development of and Martin arrived from Jacksonville : !
Wednesday for a visit with 1 .
Htrus and all farm industry. lIe is for state advertising and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. BOW ABOUT AVATgN! i >

mal -tate promotion and devel'jMert.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shadd and
ETTEis in favor of tax rr' jr> "Mne fnr n ri'uH"ral$ family of Gainesville are spending, II
the month at the Duvls cottage at ,
e9 and for all machines that do not use the highways, in- KIngsley Lake.E. :

uding boats tractors etc.lOX'T I I
H. Smith returned Friday I
which from Smyrna, Del., where he went I 'bUJ CAR'T/OUBLE
hokum
tax
BE FOOLED by the $3 auto license to attend the funeral of his mother moM

used by the ma- Mrs. A. Smith
as used for Sholtz and which is now being Mary t t1REFLIL


line, to get votes for Cone.., ; ; ._ r -, and Mr.family and Mrs recently, Wesley moved Andrews to the I C'" mister! That car of yours is Yes, you can take a vacation in style, in I S I i

mEWA won't try to fool you. He has an honest plat- Morris Edwards home on the Lake "very much a part of your vacation comfort, with thrilling, satisfying pace to ,

ifili. He believes in performances-not promises. He is un- Butler highway. picture-why let it spoil your fun? your going and you can do it all without H fi is f

but the sovereign people of this State. Warren ;Perkins, Miss Eunice strain on the budget. Huick prices begin at
robligation to no one Perkins and Mrs. T D. Rlcken- If it has to be wheedled to get it up a hill-I $765) *. list at Fhnt- terms are so easy a couple

day.backer were in Jacksonville Tues if it half-halts expectantly at every gas pump of extra dollars weekly is usually enough to i

_if it wants t to park instead t of I leap at the; step you up out ot the lowest price clae>tt. ,
Martha Browulee a nurse .
Miss
Vote forPETTEWAY "GO" light- k
at the Riverside Hospital in Jack
could be
sonville Is spending her vacation Want a sample of the fun that .
who What, need is a brilliant new Buick, and ;
with her parents are occupy- you yours in a Buick? ,
ing the Weeks' cottage at KIngsley -. -- y
Lake. here's the one you want Just call us any ,


Mr. and Mrs L. F. Smith and This neat and nimble Series 40 Buick SPECIAL time and we'll be ...

three children, Leonard Billy and is as eager to go as you are-your good times around to dem ;
Thomas, have returned home froma IIII.I'LP :::::..;.IIM,..... '' 3
For GovernorNAT visit with relatives in Wabash begin with the first whir of the starter. onstrate. ""fit. ,..rM ': i
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and Winona Lake Ind.COLUMN. ", WI"II ,, : :
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ample luggage space besides try .. ::::. "" /1" .:::
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SEZ CENT WORDI 'ONtlfL'f
: backseat IAYMINrs
the 21st again a trip, for a change, without a 'fault ,. To nr g grnirnllesr' r
Sunday
Well folk iII
4:, Uhhers In another good old faah- I cluttered up with baggage. .4. ""O '1Ii 'Usti M" .'?1C t t 1}
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all
which day
on
Ion Father'irWay should by Mall. Try Take a vacation from nheeNfight, J
._ .. you sons and daughters our new plan and meet congenial S
e should make It a point to remember people everywhere. Letters Confidential road-jitter, tiresquealthis greatcar r i'" .,r '
b .
the old ifiun In one way or another Write at once. Tropical is steady, poised, level all the ? ,?
The poor old fellow Is usually C. Club Box 105, Miami, Fla. .
neglected all during the year 'I-I-St way even on corner and turn. T

and to make up for It, give him FOR SALE-.32 Winchester Rifle. Enjoy a rest from driving tension't. ",

something; If It ain't but a dime A good deer gun. Practically new. this feather-light wheel and t,
pair of sox, I know he'll appreciateIt 1500. SeeV.. E. Daughtery try tin
II< re are u few of my sugf'8'lion" Starke Fla.MATTRESS. Knee-Action ride and see how you If

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RENOVATING-Old! < relax as you go.
mattresses made new. One day 4' "
VNII. 1IIB NEWEST IX service Re-upholstering. Starke See the sights on this year's outing r:: ,
VTTANSHIRTS
i I S'MMER: Mattress Street, P.Company O Box: 125.534 N. Walnut lip without keeping an eye out for re- 4 $- ; & ::1 ? I'

PAJAMAS or I I TIES WANT TO PURCHASE from private pair shops on the way-this car goes t23 .'

V.ry Attructi\e> party--no dealer-a light easy on gas and oil and won't need (Imechanic's s, '
... (1 nl used Write Box 34 or Care ra "y 4 '
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Known ait the Best ,, cz 1Y' It.4 oj'II Telegraph. ItpCOCKERELS attention for thousands y4 ;
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$1.95 -Neorly 6 weeks old of miles.

HAI'On.VDBOVER 8 for $1 00 bring your own box
.\LLS Olt Wood's. E. Call St., Starke tIp

Na1NOREIR FOR SALE- 1O, 20 or 40 acres join the liuub. Softly legion ; { t it 4 a ai

SOCKS PANTSWill I farm. See Mrs Ethel l'>!. Biggs, i Mugethan3110,000safedtivers( II
FOR MEN
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Wear Longer I Staike 6-19-21 aIHadyeooUftd. See .your l i .,' t tt
1 1t nd Dark Color FOR SALE--Good iron sate for office Buuk dealer for detail. :I I {f
See- Mrs. A S. si 1.f' .
I or store use :
25c $1.49' I I Crews. ItIMPROVED '


NO BETTER VAL'E \ Potato vines PORTO for sale RICO$1 Sweet per I f' rI '

0'1 r.\ltE OUR IIVNCS thousand, L. A. Brown Brooker.I 9 r b i
MKN'S 2t
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SHIRTS I UNDERWEARSIIIHTS ''I AVAILABLE AT ONCE.. Rawlelgh :

I or S1IOICTS Route of 800 families. Only reliable
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!> OthrRnld At = men need apply Can. earn
$2:> or more weekly No cash rei -
$$1.00 I LIT 35c i|qulred. Write today. Rawlfigh <

___ S Dept. fo"AF-223-Z,. Memphis TenrFOR A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT
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SALE in
PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S gain two story home; all conveniences Motor
In good location. Small Register Co.STARKE .
balance monthly r
down payment FLORIDA '
I Apply Mrs., W H Noll man, cfa South Walnut ,
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number of outstanding workers In versity of Florida College of Agri- statewide arm
The farmers not only supplied NEW PROGRAM AGAINST culture Dr. H. B. Raffensperger of at
ty LAUNCHED the field of entomology discussed system. Thtw, na o !\
RURAL the city of Miami with these products Hints To Housewives SCREW AFTER WORM RECENT MEETING various phase of the control work the Bureau of Animal Industry, T. will be held at 'the :

but they old their surplus that I* to be carried on against this F. McGehee, state aupervlaor of where more thaI state
COMMON SENSE
Dr. Wilmon control work and Dr. J. V. Knapp, expected to 100.lInatetlt1l1
livestock be
direct to out-of-state trucks nan Weekly front Bone Dratonttratlon GAINESVILLE -- Followingmeeting a pest of quajiered
I' ..... Newell, director of the Extension tate veterinarian.AMATEURS suit of an invitation tilt
1, By SPUDS JOHNSON are being made to add a ware SpfdaJUtite, Tall. -!'IIBEAVTlnCATlON of worker of the State -.- Jttende4
Adj.
Gen
I Agricultural ExUn.!.lon service and Service and the State Experiment Vivian: I 011
and a Ill
1 house a cold storage plant TO MEET Florida ) ut
the U. S. Bureau of Entomologyand Station explained the cooperationof Natonal Guard
FORSTATE'S re-packing plant for handling: any
HORIZON BRIGHTENS OUTDOOR and federal government In WEST PALM BEACH-Ama
state
Plant Quarantine the new ted-
AGRICULTURE!: AS surplus. OF DOME IS INEXPENSIVE!: teur radio operators from all partsof
the the campaign.
l'' y COOPERATION INCREASES There Is no doubt about the success eral-staie program in Florida against was re A. P. Spencer, vice director of Florida will meet in St. Augustine .
of the market. It is a going, Work of art *. well a* permanence screw worm the Extension Service, discussed July 4, S, to perfect plan for
I. I ,' ; 1 v A bright apot on the agricultural concern and It will be even bigger for exterior home beautification oently launched. from the Extension emergency network communication -,
to the
'I horizon in Florida to the growing In the near future It I* governed were featured in home Improvement The new program, according program and assured the Bureau in ease of hurricanes, it was ur
:', y i tendency among farmer, growers, by a board of directors who are' classes at the annual W. G. Bruce, regional supervisor will be Service of angle Entomology that it would announced here today by GeorgeP. Sr 71 EI j f 1 :
of the work in South
the
': and livestock producers to cooperate dirt farmers and it has succeededIn Girls 4-H Short Course recently from the Aldrldge, control officer of the
In receive full cooperation
with each other for their own winning the poise of buyers a. at State College! for Wom n. Uses, different from that;.of last year worker rt t llh
and other
that pine tar oil and benzol will county agents
wen a* farmer of concrete In construction of flagstone IFkkrr
good.An not be furnished free to stock own- In tbe Service.W. a l a.NJi iJACKSONVILLE
1. interesting litUe story of Dixie County Agent D. M.Tread- walks, accessories for out-
era and the field workers will concentrate E. Stoke, bead of the agronomy -
how Dade County farmer needed way also ba an interesting story door Irving rooms and "eky porches Wr A
more on educational workto in the Experiment I
an adequate wholesale market to to ten about bow livestock men of ," curbs, and driveway were department
demonstrated.A control the peat and do less demonstration Station, discussed tbe Improvement .jJunEmiLE,
dispose of their produce and bow that section are now working together
work and personal serv- and showed
tbey got it Is told by County] for the improvement of number of flagstone for a of pasture MIV
Agent Charte Steffanl. For sometime their Industry. They knew the old walk at one point on the ground Ice. The reason the oil and ben- how this favorably affected the
they depended cn other scrub bull wasn't a good beef animal were laid during the demonstrations. zol will not be provided free thisyear campaIgn against the screw worm.A .
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is that the control program of the favorable re-
sources for the wherewithal for so they brought in come fine Girls home demonstration summary .... ...
the market they needed and wanted purebred bulls to build up their agents and local leader were interested has been expanded over a greater sults from other federal-state programs NOW .1.......' <>eNEtti,*
section of while additional YOUR
the Vd.dwl
but their effort were unfruitful. herds. But the scrub bull, tough observers a* this work county of the past was given by FO.. .......' .Ad
Then they put their beads together and belligerent, was too much in progressed. fund have not been provided J. R. Watson Experiment Station k..wlNay ...de b.-P ol,I..44 ( (.J J&j .

and decided they would go battle for tbe more' docile purebred Miss Virginia P. Moore, agent in Mr. Bruce explained.At entomologist. .;...1.._. .
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After the matter on their own responsibility. bull. The result were not home Improvement bad general: direction tbe recent meeting here a ,V. J. Sheely, Extension animal tub ?=5tst3SS

1 They formed their satisfactory, aa the number of of the work, while Hugh R. husbandry agent pointed out that ,ti7jTLiT'k'J! .*-.
own cooperative marketing association calve sired by good bulls did not Robert, southeastern representative dent for any one of tbe following regulated breeding so that beef reNl..ld.y IK
aold stock to member of I come up to expectations. The live- of the Portland Cement Association items: calves will be dropped in winter COCaAR AIR LOUNOC CONDIiIOND.
; the organization went after the stock men got together again and laid the concrete, evolved (1) A flagstone walk 30 feet would do much to control the I R.-5.,4 foul( shop
( support of business men especially decided to get rid of the scrub bull. the designs, and demonstrated the long and 3 feet wide; ((2) an out- crew worm in view of the fact 78L/tt.W chi 6c ihI.t
the grocery men showed a federal Under this program, the old scrub I work. He and Mis Moore prepared door living room WIder an average hat the majority of cases are In p Re...I1.oo 24p.1350 Rae.Sf>D
1' ) loan agency that they meant la fut disappearing and the pure a mimeographed booklet illus- shade tree; (3) a'sky porch" 13: ew-born calves dropped duringle 1.a..4 P..l a.N. .,M f/.pp I
business and obtained a loan and bred bull are Increasing in num trating various possibilities in this feet long and 7 fftt.wide; ((4) 80 hot months. He also showed hi+row la I.IIe. ,
e now they have one of the finest ber. Thus, tbe calves that are com field, and are distributing it to interested feet of curbing 8 inches deep ((4 that the calf born In winter usually ..,1 a POUs N..I,
:market of its kind In the South. ing now are much better than club girl and home demonstration inches above ground). (9):I 11 feet 1 turns out to be the moat valu- sloth e.__PA..L.111N. .0IAtO10

The market, which I II located in those that were sired by the scrub. women through the of "strip driveway" 18 Inches wide able.Dr. ._. I _.
a I; :Miami and which I la not yet completed There are many other example fice of home of-I' and 6 Inches thick; or ((6) three A. L. Shealy, Experiment I ---
1 was opened for operations of cooperation among Florida farmers agent The booklet f is garden benches or lawn seat Station animal husbandman explained I
:\ j Jut January. From the opening growers, and cattlemen, but I "Live Outdoor" Flagstones provide an endless that the use of emasula- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
{ date to May 1, SOO farmer bad these; are two of the most strtk- They point out that this con- variety of shape and pattern for tors and dehornera In cool weather -
nt-\ used this market to sell a total of lag to show that cooperation is Increasing struction work is not only permanent ,.paving and afford an opportunity does much to cut down the Many Tear Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render
) } more than $1,600,000 worth at rapidly in Florida agriculure. '"- but also inexpensive. Four for individual expression in design, number of Infe-Uitior ". EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
t{,. farm produce. Operating expense If it continue at the rate sacks of cement 8 cubic feet of arrangement, and color harmony. I Other pertinent laKii; were made MODERATE PRICES
r i' amounted to two-fifth of one per it has been going during the past coarse sand, and 12 cubic feet of A project of this kind may be finished I by Hamlin. Pr jwr>, Extension DeWITT,C. JONES

i'' cent. Ninety per cent of the proUI year or so, agriculture of the state gravel, crushed atone, slag, etc, all at once or completed in I dairyman, Dr. J. T. Creigbtoa professor Starke, Florid l
; duce sold was raised in Dade Coun. ': will continue to Improve. mixed Jnto concrete will be suffl- easy stage, a* desired. of entomology in the Uni
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FREE OF COURSE>s
,,J Could \ Mr. Veteran! You showed. your patriotism
once in earning your bonus by YOU NEED ONE REEL

$1.49 You Do flghtng for your borne and country in NOW
i
the great World War. But now you are WITH TOUR Only

STRAW WithYour being given another chance to MOW your
BONUS
patriotism-not to your country alone $1.50

HAT this time; but to your county and the IT ISPOSSIBLE ToW.th

'' w town In which you live. '- $15.00
; Bonus You vast of f .
are being paid a sum -

\\\\ Each money money which will do much to PHILCOSMODEL ALL OTHER FISHING
"I( \ better business conditions and lift the
I \ \ l- ._ .' TACKLE JUST.ASREASONABLE.
; ,J pal) ot the usually dull summer month '

-: :-r$1Ei..;,0 Suit. I Than To Formthe Habit If only you will do your honest beat to ..:::,. 37 -' YOU DESERVE

III1IIV spend all of it that you possibly can in ;i i ONLY .

.41, Sold During N xt'- of Trading with a Good )'ourown home town and county. .r To Get Some Pleasure

J its The merchants who represented by $24.75 Up
Grocery that Combines Quality
Three Weeks. advertisements on this page are mak Fro mYour Bonus

,4 Service and Economy.IlIg an effort to bring,ito your attention TERMS

l Just a few of the bargains? that are available -
BRADFORDHARDWARE
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i F : t J. M. ALVAREZ SUWANNEE' STORE e.o: You you every can once day more in your show local your HART FURNITURE CO. COMPANY

?; a wf bEN'STORE patriotism by reading'? these advertisement -
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411; I GET YOUR BONUS OPEN AN ACCOUNT go the out shelves of town in Starke to buy stores practically before you USE OUR MILK I !, HAVE SOME FUN

WITH US same thing that can be had here at as
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t, THEN COOL OFF good or better price. WITH YOUR FIRST

'l t AND HAVE Your first Instinct will be to spend BONUS MONEY SPEND

',) a '. By Drinking your bonus and it Is only right that f START TAKING YOUR SPARE TIME

,. GOOD ICE you should for money is only good for WITH US
MILK REGULARLY.
what It will bring you. But before you

Oul ALL SUMMER buy investigate. Give your local merchant MI IT MEANS HEALTH Beer, Sandwiches

: first choice and. Seep your money II I FOR TilE ENTIRE THE MOST AND BEST FOR YOUR;
1, 11 .STARKE COCA-COLA NOTHING TAKES THE PLACE!: at borne where you will! have a chance l\\ ... V' FAMILY. MONEY.

; '11 ICE to get some of it back agaJn.PETERSON'S. -

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FROM QUIGLEY & DAVIS. DAIRYdrink I at the Farms we are offering from $304 Are Protected

p T Think how delighted hewould i to $2004 on terms of 20% Cah/ balance to

> 20 year @ 9%. fi
f be with a new III un-
A Then i. no IN CASE
m r outfit of stylish MILKMILK I SEVERAL BARGAINS IN CITY HOMESSpecial :
better way more
clothe ANYTIIING 1I

t your o.peD bones 4 J I IS, A For Few Days Only] : SHOULD ol.

'!' You earned the bones, but _

o t'; the deserves her part. ,( tball I Imt E- ..,. HEALTHBUILDER Filling Station and Store with IIAPPEVprovlD

a your horne I fixtures, modern bungalow of TO "OU o

g'1" DRESSES HOSE an 4 bush 5 rooms and bath, electricity I o f o

LINGERIE PAJAMAS: 3r. PAINT It Come to You Clean and, High In Rich ] road YOU WILL
4tit r" n" prop- .J! on five acre plot-paved I
4 s We have all the thing NEVER REGRET
Content.
Cream ]lake half cash.WlfSftMRFAITY
t arty to $1500, .
dlll'y BUYING INSURANCE WITH
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a good solid man, though be never '] can do that after the party before hand for silence f MP.'NIIIIIETM! MEET : ,

;;;(.seRCI. DIRECTOR got used to wear In' a coat tilt the I' we go to the ball "Ladles and gentlemen the ap- OCAUA The annual Flor'i-v. .
Blake for the encampment of the United Span ;
he died. But he built ma this "The ball?- pnarnnca of Miss
CIIUBCRaev 1
jwrIMT IS : day I a surpriseto \ \ ah War Veterans were gathered ,
T B.\ Pastor 11fRA m mansion.\' The time came when I "Sure. We're going to wind up Paradise was as great ',
PrIcep this week with members of
c. o'clock a. m. wall glad I married him because he at the Chickens' Bail" me us It was to you. I congratulate here
10 and Its woman s auxiliary for a three- '
choice pro-
,
SCbool I on
"Oh Jackr' There was painn you your
daY loved me-and in a few years Jack no \ .
Blab for session The-
Supt.JtIIIJII Miss day meeting opened
sent the award to
:
'Thomas 1 ...., M"CMm wa. born and I had my peace." '! her surprised exclamation."Why .
f 11 a. aa.: (j' with last night with a. memorial service
WOtSb p. BUckia Nortontogether
fi not? he- asked "Oh, Mr. .
'W "I like ynur' said Miry Impul
/
e4jfl.u
V 7'15: p. aa.eolJll : -= r.l: I 'hit'sall. right dear I happen to my congratulations." preceded by a tree-planting ceremony '

p. W01p.eetLng.1:30: p.Wednes7:15 L I ::: sively."Sure! Sure! We're a couple of know that Blackte Norton won't Above the of ensuing Blackle applause himself. arose"Just In observance. Flag- Day ',

"
voice
S TeaCbers regulars you and me! and that's be there. the Furniture people say the rock.. .
111.Id.9I'eelt SYNOPSIS Mary not g-jlng, Blackie," said I Shackle! did la a brief I a moment there!I" He had returnedto
But put '
la back. Americans
: p. .ervtce Wo- why I can ask you a mighty big spectators ing chair coming:
prayer being befriended by and calmly removed her gar favor. We haven much to pointto 'appearance at the ball: he went to the Lyric Just as the have Just got to rock. .. -

y.8 P.,1ethoeI. ton proprietor of 'Ten going with with pride in bur way of livln'in tell Delia that no bait would be had started the ovation for Mary Delia Clearwater Sun. : h .:

MiMlo Hall on the Mullin." the past. Bitt IUfe was a bitter [given his performers and he was and gone to Delia's table. .-'
Ch rell face went white with bad tried to hold him back imploring TKAOTOur MCIIEDULE *
number now
leave him to sine at struggle and we bad to work hard. I out of the contest. A
ontgomeYp Paator. He shouted: "If leave amid loud :, him to keep quiet but he schedule changes Sunday,
,. B. rd. Opera Co., where she you That took a little off the curse of just come to an end ap

del Scbool-10 a. LIJI'IIiI1I hit at her debut.' you're never coming back!" the we cut loose to our plaY' plause. Blsckte got up. "I'Ve got broke away from her and startedfor April 23( and trains-will run as fold .

Worahlp-ll a. DL has threatened to only answer was to fasten time-and way we did cut loose! But to go to my place to pack up a the stage. "There's"been a mistake I lows: '

League-7:30: p. m. about her shoulders con ," here, Mr. Duane. He swung Southbound p ,
Delia
because few ,
Mary things
worth opera this generation toViay in San Fran. '
.enID' Wot5hfP 8 p. m.JI contract with him, her costume tights and all. cicoha't got to work the way "m ot> and help you." up on the stage :"I never told that \ No. I--Due Starke 11:31: P. 3.!. .

IIIvlt8.1 t, aU these sari,. her changes his Mulltn took her arm and Hep: shed her back into her woman she could appear ror ma" No. 15--Due Starke 5:12: P M.
sting, hard
did. They'replayin Just as .
\ are Burley. Nob 11111. out. As the door opened we-harder-than we did, without chair. "No you wont! See the His voice and look were so contemptuous I No. 10T-Due Starke 9:12: A M 4 t '

of the smashing of furni later. You that Mary could nut restrain Northbound I'? 7.
over
with show and come
Is In love Mary to balance It off. Come
Ffelbyt4'lrlao' Church be heard In the dressing anything who a gaspgasp) that was No.2-Due Starke 4:53: ).[.
ten me won.
the role In "Faust" can .
led to a
Minister here darlln'. She Mary
,. george; H. Lowry.School. In her dreading room but Blackle white with fury, I window. "That's the McDonough "They say youll go up for a echoed by the audience. Blackle No. 10-..Due Starke 10:38: A M.: .. '

OO a. Ui.--Sabbath made heed. Mat rushed in, Blackie. And five thousand 'took the cup by Its base and faced No 108-Due Starke 5:15: P M. :
have year.
Blackle up Aristocrats and listen to
Worship; mansion.
all
Morning "You've got me wrong. Sturko- andannre BranchNo. .
t.
) and excited. Mary.
A fine:
1.00 going to get 'em! They been carryln' on like dollars kind of ,
by the> pastOr Burley, Blackle! He's giving "Aw I can handle It. I'm worried sister. I don't need this lOt--LeavesStarke7.A: M. '

00 on p. m Young peoples V- says) she must decide and I works! I coulda told you that for two days and nights about the others." dough.:" He threw the cup at her No. 102--Arrives Starke 1-50 P J,[. 1' ,
isn't a
service opera career buck his dough and straight runnhV. There Delia was left In no cheerful. feet the gold coins spilling out on Daily except Sundays. 'Q ::
chooses him, but the whole Barbary
.Evenlng: Worship. he's got!" tougher Joint on for she had a very strong the stage and climbed down upon T. J. GRIFFIN : .' .
mood
111. -
p. Father Mullln Coast than that 'home' right hereon __
optlsC Church ays Blackle Is not up!" Shackle continued to Nob Hill They call us the wickedest affection for Blackle Norton and the floor. belongs toyou 'Ias''n1"'s-.1-1-- .

ROI"wood Pastor Mary and Father Mulltn. : when she eMpted Jack Burley Mary "I guess that prize rwvricwYH HKFncnY'iiTvRN' thatunder .

Iv. ... O. uuIsgwaY, her off at the his arm. city In the world and It's and some friends at a tableIn boys," said Alaska to his entertainers and by virtue of a Final. De. ..jI'crc.
Sunday. Bible plolt her.SECOND. grabbed true! The whole town's rotten. Blake stood second In .. of Foreclneure made and rendered .
Ices every at 3:30: out and get a gander!" for deep Lyric Hall a cold anger consumed who had by the Hnnorahl II I* S.. ,

lOI; a. in. Services Blackle from the room, And It's a bltterahame, her. She got up and went volume of applause."You're bring, Judge of the. Circuit Court nf tr "L
.IY FLIGHT : down underneathitall our evil and BUckle. !" the Klghth: Judicial circuit of FlorIda '
,xk j la afternoon.BAPTIST PARADISE where, through an open here In San directly to Burley's table. pretty cheap In and for Itradford County In ; .
CHURCH could see into the gamb sin we've got right "Good evening folks. Do( you "You're rotten!*' called various Individuals Chancery. dated May 291 h, U3. In ; .
they the greatest set of human that certain therein .
DEL Francisco them towards cause latelv
Pastorrvlces Policemen were Busy mind if I sit down ? She found a as he passed pending between Tllr! FKDKRAL ',
Donnley N rounded In one .
L. A. Chapt-r betn's ever up .
11ev. finished asking the exit."Everybody LAN HANK OF rnMTMRIA. plaintirr. ,
Sunday. and sledge-hammers, I seat before she
every first Anger at his friend axes and Mrrj.ru j Focin. widow. ,.
? School I, 2:30: p. m. flame in Blackle's up all the gambling para spot.She stopped speaking for a moment permission. dunce!" cried the et al.. defendanle. the undemtgned. .
mday Delia saId As the orchestra who was therein appointed a* Hpeclat Sj
one
Servicesry Blackle gave but I "I'm glad to see you of ceremonies.
;Ibis Study and Prayer here Mary," be said. took Mary's hand and led master Maeter In "".n..y to execute ,
night. tell his his eyes fleeing back to the to couch. Mary had listened Mary constrainedly."You began to play Duane tookMary' the mimes will on Monday the 9th .
her .
Saturday please door through which Father a won't be for long. I Just hand. "Come on. Mary." day of Julv, IDle during the l..c.1hmroo ... '
up your own mind to I without a word seeing In her mind what I or *.ate.! before the Court ,' .
Christian Church as If and Mary were passing. the events In the old lady's life dropped over to tell you She could not have moved from the Houee door In Starke, Florida. sell .
First Pastor Mary mouth fell open In his to think of you!" She turned so that without his urging. She looked to the hlgheet and beet bidder for ', .'
McGulre about her : I which Mrs. Burley had recounted spot '
T. ,
W. le's arm astonished rasP the following denrrlbed Innde .
8ev School 10 a. m. "I love him. Father." "Have you gone her; wondering how all this preamble she faced Burley's up then and saw Jack Burley Ituate, lYIng antl being In: llradforil '
Bible cried. "I haven't seen the woman .at the steps waiting for County, to-wlt:
Communion! 11 a. m. "This isn't love he was to lead up to the subject guests. walked out on the standing NKV.: nf HW J..orvol' Shy, I V

Endeavor.: 7 p. m.wyer "Is that so?" said Burley led Mary Blake into which the elderly woman had since she her. arrea In NI': nf MKV, Jr .
:Christian! furnished salon in San Francisco to mar. take lying t':. of (fliillv running thru I
7:30 best man to you
Wednesday : exquisitely the want me
meeting ly beginning to lose said she wanted to discuss number one rodent" "Do you acid "Well. It happens to a large, white-haired woman reason why Mary wouldn't marry ry the town's homo dear?" he asked all his an- except t arms W. of 41ullv I InHW '
Fourth who smiled warmly at Burley frowned. "I think you'dbetter ('o.. all In Heo ID Tp 7 IJ. .
Caching Second and "It isn't love to let Jack Burley. ger gone. It. tl r?. '

11 a. m. and 8 p. m. down to his level." j' "Sure" continued Mrs. Burley, go Della. "Yes Jack." He put his arm At,/'<0 Wit of HWV of ftec. Ii) .;l .
adays this Is my mother" Bur- I' aide i "Oh no! I've got a few things towards. the Tp. T Houth. It. (t ":1. NK'4 of I .
I seated side by and started
er Mullin. when they were folks about her NJo"I"\ III art-ON. offV I't.
gl Marks Episcopal Church I "Walt a minute! voice held pride and affection. I. ;"they -had to have wild adventure I I to say to you. In case you aide nf HKO 10. ,.1'. 101./ K 81 U It ,

and containing Z7O acre, In all f
Service on second fourth .AI In, their hearts and dynamite in with the, Hiipurtenuncee, Hald, ..%la

at 11 o'clock a. m. their blood to start out for here In to be made pursuant to eulil. Decree ..
:j II Sundays to the eame and cneta.W. ;. .
[Utany and choir practice at I the flint place. And they had to tmtlRfy:. K, pl<:!ntYIIIAN. 'I '

ao-clock on Friday nights pro- \ laugh at death and danger the All Special Mnater In Chancery I. .'
El. 4 11 IS-ll6-5t-7-2
Sunday services. whole way in order to get --. .
ding -
through! That's why they're so MITICN ;TO: "PPI'J"n' i' .ft

ChurchRev today. But It api' >t>arlnv by affidavit\ filed In ,. vfr4.. .
Crahiim Christian full of untamed deviltry that cvrtaln caune In the Circuit ,, 'i

C C. Johns. Pastor w wtcu ___ we mustn't go on like we're dotn. Court, ICIa-hth Judicial: Circuit:: In .
and fourth Sun- and sinful and with ai'l for Hraiirnrd County, Florida I f f '
Service! second blasphemous entitled, Charlea smIth Complainant i ''a' '
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. no feelln" for God In our hearts. v KMtHll Hinlth, Defendant, and the' ,

Bible,,1 School every Sunday 3pm. $ She took Mary's band and pressed that relief. the urayi't'r licfetulnnt helnif I I. a reeldent a divorce orIllitli ; (

Service every Sunday night 8 It. "I want my boy to have a good I'olnt. North Carolina, and III I .

and raise fine beautiful over the aire of twenty-one y..".. .
U. woman Mary and that there I I.. no purenn In the ti
Prayer meeting Wednesday : i i kids for the glory of our her- .Slate. of Florida eervli-e of pemonaloceHH '/.

up."I'm boy Is, I" .upon whom would paraonallv -
He's headstrong, my '
!ht. n.Jl !Itage. bind l enld l>efendant.IT .3
and a little too proud of his pow. IS oril>IOItKI I>. that the De 4 'jC V

make a fine man I't.tj Hinlth, '" the .
er. But you can trNilr"t';, ,, on the rh.O day .

I of him. And maybe you'll be glad of Julv A I), lOath otherwlett K decree .,. : _
the cnnfeaeo will be entered. :.
that met up with pro
I one day you atfiilnet her for failure. to I .tA
appear fr _
BOB JONES | family of old Maizle Burley, the 11 III I further Ordered that this or.. ., .
washer-woman." dnr be publlHhed once a week for '
four commentve. weeks I In the Bradford '
trlrd hold :
Delia to .
I Comments On Here "I'm glad," Raitfr Mary smiling Blackie back imploring County ,. ..I"r.r"ph. a. newenaperof p ,: I .
"l'mnotoinioutthere( serious "that I know you now, 7L-rt] general puhllh In t ,
yet him to keep quiet. l .
Blackie", Mid Mary Dradford County, Florida.WITNKHM .3 '
And Hereafter.*. _____ "I'm going with Mrs. Burley. ; my hand an,1 official.. ', ii.

IJ Father Mullin." "Malzle you darlln'. That's what ......lor Held Court thin 3rd. day of .,.' .. ,'...
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everybody calls me. and A.; J. THOMAS' ,
al1iy a low strange
unrestrained when a ,
Ruman nature "Malzle" said Mary, and with don't follow me, I'll tell you that ball room Clerk of Circuit Court

goes down grade. It never Impulse threw her Burley has Just had a protracted rumble was heard. It (OFFICIAL SEAL) ',. ,,
sudden warm "
this mouse and 1I.5.lit-1-1
on a level and without a dine do you do my dear ? friend. Paradise and I seemed to come from nowhere
.111 aald about this new put on tile -' -
her! arms padlock
:
marry It Increased. : .
Irish
push It never goes uphill.\ Any Mrs. Burley In a marked Norton's per- from everywhere. NOTM'H OF APPLICATION
Blackle .
un- "Not If I can stop clone thrown all _u the floor begun to Jam t"OIL'I'4 1( IJIo:.:" .
n any man ever committed "You'reeven prettier TIIK' CHICKENS' BALL formers In Jail. That what Dancers on ("....t. Ulll III... 1'':,1NOTICM ) ,
aerated and unrestrained un- priest leaving you were from me box at this phonyout I I as some stopped to listen. IH IIKItUltr, OIVKM: '
could aghast "You can't Shackle got for picking Burley. That Joe R.: *Htarllna-, holder of ty ,. ,
certain circumstances and then opera. CHAPTER TEN of the gutter and giving her' a "It's an explosion laid of Tax Certificate. No. tit.: leeue! ,

omit A man without God never In marriage you are too," smiled Mary. She waltzed out on him "A' boiler must have burst" He the 7th, day of August, A. D. 1931.
aoull""Immortal! chance. has filed/ In office and ham )
name inv
'S where he will wind up. mortal soul! I 'long with you! Jack you Blackle was not long In reelingBurley's and had Burley slip him the works! opened the door to escort Mary made application deed to ,

|why did I do that?" I have out! If I have to sell this amaz- power. His liquor license Blackle's broke. He hasn't got a through when right before U !reyes be Issued thereon'O"Hldl.CI"r a .f ,'

lard hundreds of people In trou- that sort of talk the beautiful creature the Idea of was revoked the Paradise raided dime and he'll be sent to the pen the door-frame, with a loud embrace property In the the followlnadeiicrlhed Cnnnty, of Bradford.State I .y

M Inquire. I have seen them bed contempt took the Burley family I got to and padlocked his entertainers and a year! Delightful creaking of wood shifted out of of Florida, tn-wlt : 1 .
blood "I don't believe that for probably closeit. nik 85 In Croeby r..ke Shored' In : .'
that-Heaven could not
life
with about us The Burley that he
prison bars her lies under arrest. towards so '
nodded plumb
have! You'd his help placed people! She SB'/, of $e". 14 In NKV4 Hec 15 all
ping from the tips of their never me!--no son should' hear captain In charge of the The floor shook toppling tables In Twp. *, Mouth.I Ranire SI Rant.: 4
and Mary.
to the half-wits that police The aeHeHMinent nf the said property ,
hands as they and did and people. A large
_ their speak chairs
:-ers wring mother raid was sorry for Blackle folks!" said Burley under the said certificate' |Is. t, C t
|rted. "Why did I do it?" It Is Father.Mu111n'lI right." laughed Burley. "if all that he could-agreed to give "Come on, to conceal chandelier dropped several feet and ued wa In the iiatne of Mr*. Lena., ,
attempting .
stolid
ay to explain why If you know and Mary's at the door 11 promise to send for me when Blackie till six: the) following mornIng rising-his not fury.even Delia pushed him remained swinging hanging only V.Unlace Illbuard.ald certificate. shell be re .

t Word of God. Man was born knock made the sale!" ball his entertainers out so by an electric wire. to law, prop ,
to = rdb:1: : 11\ht.\
chair :
his.
in Iniquity." manager's voice: Chick back Into earthquake!" said Bur. therein I eoltto '
i tin and conceived Mrs. Bur- at the "It's an
together. could perform .
them ,
bidder ha courthouae
Mullin took left they Don't think I'm goIng the hlsheet at -
Father still!
U history disproves evolution. The Into a chair facing Ball. Blackle would need the "Hold ley. door on the first Monday In -
nd of human nature is down- from a hook on the drew Mary won't you ens' winning there to breathe the air near you any looked at him, and criedIn the month of July. 'lOla which I* the 4 .
tell why another I Mary "
her shoulders. "Now me money I have to. You ought 5th., day of July, 1034. 1 i
nrd. over boy I would give his to pay his fine. i longer than a strange voice: "Blackle! Dated this I3nd. day of May, 104. .g
Mary. Come with my learned that his to make that mouse awfully happy A. :/. THOMAS, 'S
S S tell Hurley's But he quickly five Blackle! C'ferk of Circuit Court )
1 this hesitated to I. I Blake!" Delia drew a :
j of "I'm running being held with- Mary bn continued) nf Bradford Florid
The Apostle Paul was a man furiously. the truth. She was evasive. performers were dollar bill from her purse and (To 1.19.11-1.1-11-19-11 County, S ir
Shackle Ball was
ttftMg convictions. The Lord does Burley your family be out ball. The Chickens' the table In cot'BT' '
down on jfiMJW
suckers! I'll the planked It I.> THH ofN-i-v .
IK* uae any other kind of man. of your to the aristocracy of San out for him. so far as entering "Here's a five spot mi turoim (C'.JNT FI.OHII) ,. NOTICM or APPLICATIONFOII
of Burley. TAX IIICKIIVeeiate ,:
mine! concerned. And front OF THE!: KHTATB
Wore Paul waa converted he re- i I am only the daughter competition was ...... I'm buying back my introduction IN TIlE W.MATTKIl; $ 8H Deceaaeil. ( lint !Ne. l 3NOTICK > "
brother. DP J.
i Weed> in the death of Christians. "She's not going country parson. I haven'i the Paradise was padlocked.Icy pu- She sailed THIS BTATR OI'I'J/ FI.ORIDA i. TO: IH HKHKRY. OIVRV. .
!I"
Mullin poor to you Anthony That Mr*. Kdna': II. Thomas. holderof '
After he met Jesus Christ on the Father that Jack de taking no half-way mea- after J W. Andrew' Jr., William : .
this the advantages was leaving them staring and '1'. Frank Tax Certificate. No. t34, issued the 4
minor
Dtmaacus road he became willing "Fve stood for In a wife." sures to ensure Blackle's defeat at away, stunned and dazed Andrew ndrum a hi. guardian. Thelma' Andrew 4th. day of July A. \). 1927 has filed. :, i Ic

t 14 die for his Lord. One time a er of yours for but minute darlin'. I didn't the polls. Still further disaster and her. did Mary not was come out of It until '*, and to all other penona concerned am application,. In my for office a tax and deed. .haa to be made I'I, ,

Un sarcastically remarked. "Oh.ou squaked Tim a tellin' awaited Blackte. The very men Duane's voice : hereby notified" that awwrt cued thereon Hald certificate .10. '
X abd5ttan It In here! This la what I Just said about him to run for alderman she heard Freddy You petition are hue been filed In citld "1n'ht"h following denrrlbed .rro"r'd ,, 'ii ,
think will make me I had urged > "
you came the You and I are going to speak who Coast from the stage announcing: Court: praying authority for J. W. erty County of r i. .
.
Again Barbary
Paul said the State of Florida, to-wlt, ,
do ? to help 0the
you I think I of the eveningwas Jr.. an administrator
Andrew*
call for Mary Blake truth to each other. laws went back on "The last entry of J. W. Andrew*, ,,rdss.aa..d ., Ix>ta 1 S or EU, of Hlk 84 Mv- .
"nettling; like this, MI wish you in what It's all about. It's that get decent fire Buriey* to have been from Shackle eetate. to deed and convey In fee Invxton Truby A C'o's. sub. lIv. of ,
"It as I am except I would not priest moved Norton you blm-Ihey were afraid of Paradise but as It Is now elm pin the following property alt Nr':", of NK'/! of Sort Ion II Town i' ;
exit. Blackie them In Norton s South, Ran 13 Bait.The : t.J .'
M these Before blocking the visited upon In Bradford County Florida, to- hip! S *:*
chains on you. said work In' for down on Pacific wrath being their four-thirty and Mr. Norton's performers uate ement, of the saId property ,

Pul i mrt Jesus he put chains on out there he boy's left busted the shape of padlocks on have failed to arrive" he wIll The t Bouth-llalf of the HK'i; of theHWli under the said certificate l I.. ,.,' ';
sion. Blackle gave That excused themselveson Township' IMouth. sued was' In the name of Sam Tlaon.
eetI 21
who him They of Section .
with the
did not .
agree 'Frisco from the "joints" to leer-"we 11 close Kaat. except IC.tolI.wInW I'nlesa said certificate. shall bxredeemed '
followed all over the stopped S3,
Range
IUd helped put them to death. At- ; angry stare to Nob Hill! I'm an that ground ,, .ad also on without them." deecrlbed nne-lth acremore according to law. the ,
that had less
same
met Jesus he had the Blake or
thro
from lady darlln' and I've been ground for personal I "Mr. Duane! Mary where the Mouth line of Mevtlon IITownship old to the highest bidder at the ,
wnvtctlon\ determination andlfrtng trickle life. I came to tight against Burley her feet. "I'm representing I, south Range tt Ha.tcroaeve court-hoiiae door on the first Monday i.
in me to
made lot the risen '
mouth but he a Mary Blake being went edge of mate IloadIS In the month of July 134.
power but he had a love on a salin' vessel around the reasons reasons the Paradise for Mr. Norton! the Northerly along ask which I* the 5th.. day of July. I IU4. '
those
Mary then .
himself. of run
-. bad never known before. "If fend of in 'St./ When I got here there sum and substance would stayIn "Mary. I forbid you to go up Slats Itoad 5HUM\, feet, to a point of: Dated thIs 12nd, day of May 1131. .
face devoid of them at rIhlanlea A. J. THOMAS '
hIDe Westerly
him. her No one his face them .
enemy hunger. feed kid! a hundred sad fifty men to. there!" exclaimed Burley beginning ald Itoad ls feet thence Clerk or Circuit Court .' ,, ,..
That (Is Is "Get out there hard fight any longer did not to of Florida. fl .
said to Christians. It femalnd I wasn't so the at white with anger. Mary Northerly, parallel with aald road Bradford County, '
""less Blackle as the left the Paradise sick South /line of a Streetthence 1-1'.lt-I.5-11-1'- 4 :
to write such words io un- In business in a As he chin up and shoulderssquared &JV4 feat to .
started
reply; street IIS
started look at. I a newspaperaS even B,..t along saId
wl< men Do good to those that Francisco" - Portsmouth Square she feet to the
shack in confronted with a large : h..a.tl'I..I.: aald road SALES' .'t .
pitefully use you. has no mean- That I w'iiln'I ." She chuckled. "That UUKed was *n a-u and crowd to the stage amid. scattered. thence, feet" to the point of beginning: Notice la hereby. given that underand '
tjiaice -- 9M
"f to a man who does not know that we do not need revivals. forty-five minutes. Me portrait of Mary : to that kept increasing si Also' Lot I, S. and S. of Block 23, In accordance with that certain ,
!he lord. While enemies There Is a political about In a nouncement of her enggement applause Passing Delia's In Temple', addition to the Town ol iIIt..I final decree nf forecloetare and sale ,, ':
we were us. smithereens
reminds
t Be- tub was busted to she progressed. In Hectlon 3*. Tnwnxhlp 4, rendered by Hon. A. Z. Adklna cc
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Cod. Jesus Christ died for us. It revival on In the nation now. between five of Jack Burley. latter cried: "There's a < : Alert I the' N% Judge of the circuit Court' of lirad- v $

**" the Christ in the hut the shouting will\ be on. free-for-all tight see whichone'd 'The night of the Chickens' Ball table the :;ul't.h. 1W"o.olal: "iaJ' of Hec. 10. for- County Florida In Chancer. Incauee i ',i .. i'.
spirit to
long Maid
fore bankers the town swells had her second big woman for you Town.hlpt, Mouth Range ft Ea.tIn ; that certain pending In (
heart to make men be willing Governors, senators Judges, to lunch." She paused Mary Blake of Duane hiding his sslon- Court wherein. The Federal Land _
i to their to could,
enemies or educators Mary's he
patted for Ishment as best cr neervator- T. U Walnwrlght et alare defendante ,
sighed a banquet now In
PM to those that despitefully use walks of life will gather in political I got to know men-all Manon. Burley gave the I to the steps to help her upon Corporation In full eettlement, aatlefactlon cane 674 the underelgned tip.. l _
Ihtm. : They will shout I|i "So you see a man her after the performance on and gentlemen." chip and discharge. of the liability. ofof dal Master by said decree appointed : fi ti: I _
conventions. I And among 'em was In i "Ladles will sell/ to the hlgheet bidder forca
around kinds. Mullln looked the stage. ..Id ...t.l. fr a .to"k aea.sement .
will march Bret Harte stage and Father "representing the ..h. In front of the Mouth front -g ..'
They eeaaed agalnatNald
e and
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e for hours. Blackle Norton. her he announced. 100% levied a> .
This I. with banners and like lot of his for a moment congratulate Blake." Then I tate a* the owner qt tenhare door of the Bradford County Courthouxe .. ( _
i Is auditorium in a Miss Mary ..
being dictated Just after the like ma- I wrote this feller up and on her engagement Paradise. .. nf capital stock of saId Rank In Htark /Florida during the .
'birning from North and South streamers. They wilt act stories. Jack Hamlin, he called on her success He promised to the vast audience burst Into around of Htarke, each saId .har. of par legal hours of ale on Monday July 'I : ,
modern following deecribedpremleea
Burley. ill 19.1, the
-"wlna where the writer has niacs. Yet these wise him. and he got his whole nature to of fervent applause many value of 110400,hereby required to10005l' iltuate In Bradford County .
In wedding. .
And are _
beenoe a lecture tour. It Is spring leaders say they do not believe I down pat. He was selfish and sinful attend her Mary?" be ask- voices crying out.. for her to slog .. you at the office of the County Florida, to-wit: of th.No..th ,." _
Weal
They happy her CountytourttinUsC The Month quarter ,
11ne! In the excitement In religion. and a beloved "Are you Francisco." She nodded Judge at the Bradford
mountains. The forest any La"bellscared" : and Godless "San In Stark. Florida at IDA. West quarter of flectionTwentytwo .

are j In bloom. The rocks of tell you they do not believe scoundrel. So you see my dear. ed.Her a trifle over-em agreement to the orchestra leader M. o'clock, on Monday, June ISntf, (lU. TownshIp ,3. _
was
; Twenty
Iht and they "Yea" written Five (5) south Mange
Christians Norton too. of that popular A. D. 191 and your ; _
mountain aides are covered in I ve had my Blackle but she met his searching and the strains defence* to .al/r..n... If any you two (21) Eaetr containing Forty 'tjt'
"IUa exquisitely colored flowers. do not want any emotionalism "And you gave him up? phatic song soon filled the auditorium. have: Should you fall therein :decree; MH) acre*, more or !Sea. the _

All nature lf ,Uve. In spite of the church. Well, politicians are are Mary's voice wall soft with sympa look squarely.everything's all right!" Duane lined the leading contestants to .will aid r be tltlnnr entered which In due will'course he then upon and together tenement*with, \hereditament. all' and singular and appurtenance ': _

0S are afraid they "Then the stage. pointing thereunto belonging or _
result of scared. They doubtfully up oa to ald Court fur It.
sin it Is smiled then: presented ,.
creation hand
on ,, her in, all eltual iIl ?
political appertaining
ItII! Jobs and lose thy."Yes. him up 'causehe He pressed In turn and waiting to Judge )rd.r. anyway \ .. _
to lose I goodnight each Florida, _
Dutiful world. We must going everywhere Yea gave at her and bade her was Wlcnea my hand and the peel ol I In ttradford County I .
'Ober prestige. Men killin' me soul." her dress- the volume of applause. Mary aid Court at IlIark.l'1..r"'a./ InUlth T FRANK I.ANOKUM.
ssr j? there w" spring the consequences was as Burley entered when Duane ] A. 8pcl. ,".I l Master In Chan<'ery, I'INIOH'l' .
and it .
of sin that's line and eUy .
the ,
: the beauty of nature would should be afraid "Killing your soul-yes. last In orJ.'ll'P1it&i:' H. KNIUHTAttornere ,
laT better
It Is Ing room. audience give ;
of evil doing. pointed to her the C9unty Judge for PlaIntiff.'I 4
IIP. Whin sprhagtlme Is to In time Mrs. Burley. "They're calling" for you Mary held hU BEAtZ lJlJ 3
"bell-scared" one Duane up OFFICIAL
re ovation.
revivals be myself together You her an
are to the church. to la eter- "So I pulled Don't bother to change now ;
bad "bell-scorched" He was
'Pfac! III Just as well argue that than to be day and I married Burley. I : _

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A NON-POLITICAL OFFICE that he teU them something! of his mission Hall

i Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I1OLUEH IN FLORIDA history and his record Tuesday night And that, Indeed, Is news
1 itu .. Many years agog ao the old tlm good attendance on the-Bible studyat
1877MEMBER ; era say. there was a state com|>- Tallahassee. Democrat. the Mission. Besides the regu-

f / troller.in'Florida who kept his own Miss Annie 'Darby and T. J, lars the meeting was honored by ELECT
II'i iJit candles In a desk drawer. When a
Griffin Were In Jacksonville Sun- the- presence of two ministers of
l : L. LORIDA.PRESS ASSOCIATION visitor called on personal businela, day visiting JUlaa Gloria Johns the Word, one a prominent pastorof
r\ ,,I ; 1935 eI he was asked to wait until the close who !I. recovering1 from an opera- a church In Mayfleld. Ky. Ministers W.
.' ..LOLUlQAL 7COtdit.. of the working day and then the tion. Friends her are glad to and their wives are always Raleigh Pettewaj

.. comptroller extinguished the can- know that she Is doing- exceptionally welcome visitors and their spiritual )
;I:' 'ff bllbjwel;: die paid for by the state, lit the. weU and will soon. btf restored to cooperation and fellowship are
P on Fridays and Entered as Second Class candle he had bought with his onmoney normal health. enjoyed.The .

:F i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida and turned to his caller I for the evening was GOVERNOR
.. .. .. There Is In Florida today a stat Mr. and Mrs. J. W Jordan, who study .
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F E.:L. Matthews i :_ ___Editor and OwnerSUHSCKIITION official who has almost that sable live on the Ktegsley Lake road baaed in on that John It showed 6:48: and the was Imperativeness helpful -

I tf' .. .. ....... .. degree of responsibility to the had as visitors over the weekendR. of eating the Word. "The
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; people and that same uncompromising H. Jordan and little daughter
t t i Bread of Life," as well aa feeding
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devotion to duty and prln Eloyse. of Shreveport, LA., Mr.and ,
: I which nourishes the
; Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance clple. The candle story Is perhaps Mr*. W. T.'Jordan Eston and upon that
I I! extreme, but its simplicity and Buddie Jordan and Misses Mary physical body. I

J'f', I Advertising_ !! .. _Rates_ on Application_ .. honesty has a parallel In the story Lbu, Edna and Annie Paul Jordanof -- '
_, ..J1' -. __ '_ ..__' '. The Woman's Christian Temper.
of W. S. Cawthon, who has held a Tifton Ga. While here they en-
Union held an Interesting
f1 By RED KERCE political office for 14 years with- joyed a picnic at Klngsley Lake. ance
I meeting with the President, Mrs
: out In ,4
engaging politics.
1' ,'\ Florida i will miss Senator Fletcher. SPECIAL M n'R'O"rU': '' Mor.5A F. A. Scott, last week and will gpr
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1 It is told of W. S. Cawthon thata I ? ( friend him to attend Notice In hereby given that under
Ii'i urged a certain
and In accordance with that certain ;3pm.S
i ; Father doesn't forget you at meal time, so don't forget meeting In a distant Florida final decree of foreclosure. and dale
city. "It will be an excellent opportunity rendered by Hon A. Z. Adkln an Mr. and Mrs. D. C Lennon and
t Judge of the Clrrull Court of
him Brad-
1 Sunday. ,
: for you to make friends ford County Florida, In Chancery. In daughter, Mrs Irene Sturdivant, of
-and votes" Cawthon was advls-' that certain cause jiptidlnfc, In said Eustis, were here the first of the
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u Court wherein Th Federal Land
The next best thing to having some bonus money your- ed. Hla reply Is characteristic of Bank of Columbia .1. plaintiff and week visiting Mrs. Leiunon's
the man: "I have no official business Robert Cone et al are defendantscase brother-in-law and sitter, Mr.. and
self is else how his 111, the 8peclai
telling someone to spend underpinned "
H. Green, and other relalives.
) there and unless my duty;requires Master by said decree appointed will Mrs. A. -.
n it, I shall not go," he said. Hell to the hlirnevt 'bidder: for cash .,' a
In front of the HOttth front door of
I Take just an'much interest in the Second Primary as in The story of W. S. Cawthon's the Bradford County Courthouse In Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis and

the First -Turn out and vote. It is your duty. '' '. political life Is like some quaint account Stark hour of p'Joridaslurinir dale oor"', lonilay,the July legal 6th, son, Gary Morgan of Miami Beach i t. I
from
the ota
yellowed pages U3,. J/ollowlniT.: described premises are visiting Mr. and Mrs..J. W:
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territorial newspaper about the situate In' Bradturd County
Florida'to-wtti :Morgan. Mrs. W. B. Ennls. of! Y
The only consolation in knowing that the canal is dead is rugged leaders of an older day Northeast quaker nf Boutheant Tampa, was also a recent guestof ..
when statesmen of a stern school "Iuarte.'of Section 26. Township
Ali that some folks will have to change the subject. II Mouth. R""a2t Kant Mr. and Mrs. Morgan.
adhered to their like firm and
I t'l duty together with all and singular the The Following Message Received
t o deep rooted rocks In the political tenements hereditament and up- NOTICE From

l ;I 3 Another surprise for graduates: A sweet rap with a dip- sea in urtnance anyway appertainingiltuate thereunto t belonging or In Leo W. Halbrook la DO longerour
loma will Even In this hectic Bradford County Florida.T. agent or Representative In Judge Petteway.Mr. .
not whip the world into a paradise of prosperity. campaign FRANK LANDRUM anyway ]
1 I year when sound wagons assaulted A* Special Master in Cnancery. .
O '- the ear drums of a distracted populace KNIOHT & KNK1HT WILSON LIFE INSURANCE CO H. V. Saxon
IS y d ,w One is able to remember the truth so much easier than when campaign literaturefell Attorney- for Plaintiff.193173 5.12.3tij Hampton. Florida.

; a lie, simply because absence also makes the mind grow fond- like autumn leaves from the __,.__
lavish hands of campaign workers 0.------ --- -- -- You may assure the good people of Bradford

:F er. when every nook and corner I' County: that I am in favor of Road No. 13 and
r o was combed for votes, W. S. Caw. e will complete this important road from Baldwin

"Hold fast to your dreams," advises an editor. To heck thon simply paid his qualifying to Callahan when I am elected Governor. I

you say! You wouldn't offer a drowned man a drink of wa- fees and went on working at hla want the people of Bradford Count to show.
ter. desk. \ r their confidence in me bv civinsr me a nice vote'June

4 An alumnus of the University of I 23 and I assure vou they! :; wil! never rccrrct
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; "Women work in Russia six days on the-roads.. -News other high ranking Institutions .
Cawthon does does have the ap. ...,. RALEIGH W. I PETTEWAY>>
item. We "
r 1 presume women in Russia are 356 days more sent pearance of the traditional I peda. ..rn. .i a I I .

sible than: men in America. gogue. HIs la the bearing and .J, '. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR.[
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s i O. physical appearance of a substantial I "
farmer, the of the I
physique
'J A New'Jersey woman is seeking a divorce because her outdoor man and the rugged fea- ,. .... ,. P-.r;; r t He promises to complete Road No. 1 IJ
husband frequently retires in a tree. It seems that ladies who tures of one who has battled with

marry nutty men invariably try to keep 'em on a limb. the elements and against odds. from Baldwin to Callahan.
And he has fought his way up. .
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t ,( ward. From teacher In a one-r om I
I Father Charles Coujfhlin; declares that neither Roosevelt country school high school princi ', t'r' The people of Bradford County knoi

f, nor ,.andon are worth a pal. Instructor at the university, I
"plugged nick Ie. What
:' sort to state superintendent, Cawthon's .'I( what the completion of that road means t to,
Ir of an attempt is that Father? One to get "hush money"? rise has been that of so many .. ,'r. .

ii d pk American leaders who have strug. '. .,' Bradford County.If .
gled to positions of authority from 'i, .
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r And"yetthey, cuss a voter for remaining foggy, with obscurity and poverty. .

j the Democrats> yelling "Stay Rosy with Roosevelt," and the There is news value In the story ?. i\ 1' the Jacksonville Interests get th
;t ; Republicans that Cawthon at last will defend ELECTE. ;
consistently
) : yelping "Landon
Prosperity with
I Landon.". his position In this second primary ". ; road from Keystone Heights to Jackson

0 mOltt'campaign.of his It campaign is understood efforts that will W. HAYES yule completed and we do not get Road Nc.,

A Yale be handled by friends and that, for 13
professor declares Bradford
that winking enables one to the most part, he will remain at County will be just lik

see better. Possibly" that's true; we've noticed that it serves lila regular duties aa he has done j TAX ASSESSOR Hampton (DEAD) as far as traffic is con"
to help a man nee just how married he is if friend wife catches for so many years. But he has
him in the act. yielded to the demands that he HE HAS HAD THIS PARTICULAR EXPERIENCE.YOU cerned.

i b btit + show himself to the voters and FOUND NO FAULT WITH HIS WORK.

:,, BOREE FUNERAL HOME THE DUTIES'- OF "THIS OFFICE ARE VERY PECULIAR ALL THE WAY WITH PETTEWAY I

Itf-. -Elect A Full line of Caskets & Undertaker AND 'ARTICULAR-BETTER NOT EX- AND GET ROAD NO. 13 COMPLETED,

1 AMBULANCE SERVICE Supplies PERIMENT. GIVE E. W. HAYES YOUR SUPPORT

? .PROGRESSIVEEDUCATOR' DAY AND NIGHT AND VOTE NOW. (PAID FOR BY BRADFORD COUNTY FRIENDS ;
53 PHONE 53
'' O. H. BENNETT Mgr. YOU; WON'T REGRET. IT LATER. OF RALEIGH PETTEWAY) ,

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