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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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AGENT I HOUSING PROBLEM STILL ACUTE WHO SAYS VETS AREN'T PAYING UP i
8 FARM TRADE
FARM SALESIN HOME :

I AS MORE FAMILIES TURNED AWAY OLD DEBTS WITH BONUS MONEY? I _



ARRIVEDYESTERDAY. The housing situation In Starke -The big need seems to be for COUNUTY This week's lesson la honesty--However. a few days ago the I II CAMPAIGN : __ _
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seems just as acute as when we
houses that could rent for around comes from an unknown negro *::.u,;-larky: stopped at our window.
wrote an article about it several I
months $15: a month-the price that the veteran; who believes In psying his Gone were the overalls and battered -
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ago. debts. hat. New clothes from top to
Real estate men continue to report -: average person seems willing to ANNOUNCED TO BEGIN
toe framed wide that displayed
a grin
Several months when the
cases of families wishing to pay. it (Is understood that an out- ago I _
of-town -- vets were first sending in their a handsome new gold _
contractor has been
move here who have been prevented con
Be Busy Next from doing so by the house tacting local persons with the prop- List Shows Veterans I{ bonus application the editor of this tooth.

Will 'I' shortage. osition that he will build a five- sheet happened to be at his desk "Boss, didn't you loan me a throe I Prize Will Be Offered _
With Investing In late one afternoon when a darky cent stamp to mail off my bonus
Few Days One agent stated this week that room bungalow forty by forty. for In overalls stopped at the window papers?" he aaked. I Each Week For _
eight families had applied to him $650. If this is true a small desirable Homes I
Soil Program Out of the) dim past of
memory _
house could be built and asked to borrow a three cent Best Essay
during the past seven days for ren- cheap the Incident came back and we I

tal property here and that he had ly enough to prove a good Investment MANY OTHERS ARE IN I stamp. nodded
: TO BE IN even at low rental.In "I sho would appreciate It, boss" yes.
HEADQUARTERS been unable to accomodate of I a FREE; THEATRE TICKETS
any PROSPECT WILSON SAYS He pulled a roll of bills out of _______ 4.
ASSESSOR-SOLD OFFICEj them. Two of the applicants were : the meanwhile Starke Is los- -'110_ I! he said. "The poatofflce is closed his pocket and sifted out three I'TO HE GIVEN OUT _______

truck operators who wished to : ing numbers of good citizens simply That many \veterans are using and I wants to get "my bonus papers pennies."I .

A McLain, Bradford Coun- make their headquarters here permanently because we cannot offer thema their!! bonus for the purchase of off right now. got my money today. and I! The Telegraph In cooperation.with

\MS new farm agent arrived here I ; two were employees of roof over their heads. Someone farm homes was shown this week I Weeks elapsed and having a wants to pay you back." Bradford County Business and i

-terday morning and Is estab- the State Road Department and should come to the rescue and by a list of real estate transactions few slightly larger debts to think The editor was so astonished at Industry and local civic organlia-j .2

Mjhlng headquarters In the court sveral others were employees of erect some attractive but Inexpensive announced by the Wilson about, the matter of the three cent this amazing display of honesty tlorw will launch a five weeks Ia

louse (In the old office of Tax As- the State Prison Farm near here. houses for rent. Realty Co. Of the eight sales list I stamp completely slipped the edi that he forgot to say a thing about formative and educational, "Buj _

181I1101' N D. Walnwrlght. ed below seven were to veterans. I tore'mind. interest. in Bradford County," publicity!

During the next ten days Mr. It was said. campaign commencing with issue 1 ._ _

expects to be busy transferring of The Telegraph 31. j _
)fcLala COMPLAINTSTo TOWNSENDTHlRDP The Parmenter place five miles Friday July

\ the Bradford County records -i northwest! of Starke sold to J. A TAX LANDS CLAUD PEPPERUnopposed The Telegraph In common with !

for the new soil conservation Howard, of Starke. Bradford County Business and Industry !

program to'SUrke from Lake But- Be Heard Again The C. C. Crosby place five mile ami our various civic organ- ; '.

le where they have been kept by west of Starke on Lake Butler To Be Advertised Izatlons, believes that the surest I i

L'T T Dyer Union County agent. It road. sold to R. V. Alvares, of i way to bring about better timed

II understood that 214 applicationsfrom NEXTMONTH UV Starke. and a greater decree of prosperity .

Bradford County have al- The McManus pecan grove on little NEXT MONTH FOR SENATESUPREME throughout the entire county 'Into

ready been filed under the new Lake Santa Fe, sold to W. C. "TRADE MORE AT HOME."

(arm program. ONLY ONE TAXPAYER J. T. BARNES ATTENDS Tim! of JacksonvIlle I thereby building up and strengthening ,

Any farmer who Is Interested\Is SHOWS UP AT CLEVELAND CON.VENTION The Shipman pecan grove east 'KNIGHT NOW BUSY PREPARING COURT TO RULE every branch of our county'

the soil conservation program of Starke, sold to Harry Boden- DELINQUENTLIST ON SPECIAL PRIMARY economic structure thus enabling : .
tdv-ised to get In touch with Mr. MEETINGAlthough hamer, of Starke, \ Bradford County Business and In- '

at the court house duringthe TillS WEEKFlorida' ; dual rial Concerns who are all too j ,
McLaln! Bradford County prup. Dr. Francis E. Townsend an- The Wbitten place northeast of I _
next ten days. Under the program i owners are apparently satisfied Starke sold to' Jt. O. Beck, of frequently called upon to "pay thefreight" '
erty nounced at a convention in Cleve- ,. Tax Collector C. A. Knight i la senatorial situation
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farmer receives payment every worth while tin
a of with their assessments they land this week that he and his Starke. ., busy preparing his annual list of went to the Supreme Court this ;

for diverting a certain amount will be given another opportunityto three million followers are on the The H. C. Wall farm one mile delinquent state and county taxes. week as Secretary of State Gray dertaking that contributes to the '

hit land from soil-destroying crops register complaints on Monday, march In an attempt to write their west of Starke sold to j. D. Russell The list will have Its first Insertion refused to accept qualifying fees Starke general progress and prosperity of I ; ';1
such as lejumes ) and Bradford County. to
toll-building crops ; ;
to August 3. old age pension plan Into law of DeLeon Springs. In the Telegraph on Friday tendered by five candidates for the
reap the degree of reward which
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Only one man appeared before through a twenty-second amend- The Stevenson place on the August 7. and will run for five unexpired terms of the late Senators ,
their I
The new agent will also start at the County Commissioners sitting ment to the Constitution of the Brooker road sold to W. J. Smate, I weeks. The tax sale will be held Trammell and Fletcher cooperation In the upbuilding k
of
this our home county, entitles
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once measuring. tobacco acreage as a Tax" Equalization Board last United States.J. of Gainesville. Monday September 7. The tax Attorney General Cary D. Lan- them. ;,

In this county to see that growers Friday and it was decided to give T. Barnes Is representing the' The Renfroe place near New j books closed April 1. die told Gray to refuse the fees, so The "
Telegraph during the campalgn i,
in complying with this phase of taxpayers another "day In court"next clubs of Bradford County at the : River, sold to O. S. Thomas, of All persons who wish to save that speedy action could be start period will give away weekly II, '
Starke.Mr. .
the program.Mr. month. convention.It themselves the additional expense ed In the Supreme Court to deter- .
cash prizes to .the who
person i 11
McLain la a man, a Wilson states that many oth- of having their advertisedshould mine of
young property legality proponed special '
After adjourning as an equalization will Townsend said submits the best I
be. a political essay setting _
er veterans are prospective buyers.
of Flor-
of the University call at Mr. Knights office called the Democratic
primaries by
graduate board the commissioners attended party different from any forth why the people of Bradford J .
Ui and Is very enthusiastic over routine business as follows -- and pay their taxes within the next Executive Committee for August
to
other ever formed in this country.It County should do their trading la !
uiuming the duties of farm agent NO LAG few days. 11 and September 1. .f''
: will stand for a unl-cameral Bradford County There will be a | .1'
In Bradford. This county has been After the list has been turned J. 13. Hodges, chairman of the
Jackson E. Cagle, representing congress-one house Instead of two IN BUSINESS different essay each week during j '
without the service of an agentfor over to the Telegraph to be print. committee, led a group of 'lawyers' .
John Nuveen A Co., of Chicago, -and It will go back to the New the campaign.
some time as an economy mea- ed it will be necessary to pay advertising Into the: :::uprcme Court to file I
what Ill., agent for this county's refunding England "town meeting" system MERCHANTS SAY SUMMER The weekly essay submission
Mr. baa devoted C llta. nauilaniua acllou doMgned to re4uLo -
Dyer
lUre. road bonds, met the board of electing congressmen. Under TRADE HOLDINGUP will be judged by a committee of |
time he could to this county, but It Is expected that the list will Cray to accept the qualifying
and stated that the attorney gen- that system the people meet and WELL throe well-known citizens of Brad
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services be shorter than usual this be. .
conditions today make the year fees and proceed with arrange
eral's office had advised that the elect their representatives in mass ford County The prize winning essays "
o'( a full-time agent almost indis- cause much county property falls ments for the primaries. .
Incident to refunding the meetings which presumably are selected by the judges and
expenses Stark merchant are saying under the homestead exemption Instead of granting the alterna-, '
penaible. county's Indebtedness could be paidonly' open to free and ample discussion prize winner's names will be published t
I Is well clasillftc.Uon.I tive
-" -- that business holding up writ Immediately, the Supreme
but that the levy' of Issues. In the Telegraph each week '
by a levy,
I to the usual let-down In Court set for
compared Thursday a hearing
MEETING 'I during the campaign. Names of
deducted from the regular
could be
summer trade during recent years.It on whether It should be Issued. In .
and fund and that WASHOUTON the judging committee will be an-
POSTPONEDTRUSTEES Interest sinking LONG-SOUGHT Is doubtless caused by two or I imbalance, that opens' the entire I ,
tax levy nounced in next week's Issue of
in the
no Increase present three different factors of the for 1
among LAKE ROAD picture special primaries
The
Telegraph.Another .
The clerk was NEGRO CAUGHT
UNABLE TO MAKE I I would be necessary. them being a fairly good strawberry legal discussions at that time. I

TEACHER RECOMMEND- Instructed to take the matter up and truck crop this spring and HEAVY RAINS BRING Landls told Gray he should re-I Interesting feature of ,
with the attorneys general's office BRADFORD OFFICERS TAKE the campaign Is that, there will tx
MONDAYA of bonus.
ATIONS the payment the RELIEF TO HEATSUFFERERS fuse the tendered qualifying fees
and report back to the board. ESCAPED CONVICT lots of tickets to the Rita Theatregiven J
the horizon conditions -
Another bright spot on "In view of the unsettled \

trustees' meeting Monday The board authorized the purchase WEDNESDAY Is the prospect of cashing In on of the law governing the subject away FREE during the campaign i .

night, at which time teachers in of disinfectant State Road Department workers for finding hidden misspelled.
of thirty gallons Capture of a man who has the cotton crop next month. Pres- Refusal he said, would lay

the Starke school were to h&VCbeen at $1.25 per gallon; thirty gal- been sought for negro two by Sheriff ent Indications are that the crop were busy Wednesday filling the predicate "for a clear and definite words on the Bradford County .,
years
recommended, was postponed at gallon In a deep washout on the high page each week.
lons of Flylack $1.50 per Hall of Clay was made here will be In excellent shape and interpretation and construction
because of Illness In the family of ; thirty gallons of pine scrub Wednesday night County by Bradford adverse weather conditions In other fill just past Walls filling station by the Supreme Court." Watch for next week's Issue of

L D. Green, chairman of the trus- and fifty I at Klngsley Lake. The wash The Telegraph for further detail
soap at $1.00 per gallon, County officers In the quarters at parts of the country might work The attorney general did not say !

tees.Supt. pounds of cull toilet paper at eight Powell's turpentine still. toward bringing a good price here. out was caused by exceptionallyheavy whether expenditure of public I and other Interesting features of -'

A. J. Griffla said yesterdaythat and a half cents per pound. Postal receipts locally are also rains that fell here early funds for the special primaries thin County-Wide Booster cam-

a definite time for the meetIng I Two hundred names of men were The negro Pompey Llndsey, ear showing an encouraging rise. this week, and made a real danger would be Illegal. paign.

to be held had not yet been decided in the caped two years ago from a road spot for motorists for several ..
selected to serve as jurors camp In Clay County and since -------- hours. Claude Pepper of Tallahassee. Is .

upon. county judge's court for the en- that time has led officers a merry BirthsMr. the only Democratic candidate for POORER CROPFORECAST '
Mr. Griffis also said that In or- Good rains are also reported to term.
Fletcher's
suing year. Senator unexpired
chase in several differents partsof .
and Mrs. Volley Moseley, of .
have fallen In the drouth areas
der to clear misunderstanding becomes the
up any the state. He was sent to prison Lawtey, girl, July 7. He automatically
the school board members the United States but were too nominee if the courts hold
among following his part in a cutting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown New party
THREE"REAL
"THESE late to unestlmated dam- WORST OUTLOOK SINCE
and the trustees as to their prevent the proposed special primaries are .
scrape. River, boy, July 12. .
respective duties he would that age to crops there. The heat wave time to for the 1934 GOVERNMENTMEN .
say legal. The qualify
DRAMATO W. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratllss, Graham .
Sheriff O. A. Andreu, Deputy
lives
took a toll of more than 1,000 SAY
the office of trustee Is not one of primaries expired last Saturday.Four .
E. Thornton and Marshal A. L. Alvarez boy, July 14.
In central and eastern states gave
control. but of only. Meek TrummHI Seat
supervision SHOW AT RITZ made the arrest by the simple Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, Lake to cooler weather this week. Government crop forecasts last : '
Trustees directed supervise way four candidates for
are to SUNDAY ANDMONDAY procedure of calling Lindner to Butler girl July 14. There are week predicted definitely poorer,
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work of the I Trammell'a
and Senator unex ,
management the late
I the door of the house where they Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Packham, crops for 1936 than for any previous -
Khool and to report monthly to the I CREEK PROJECT plred term. They are: C. O. An- .
learned he was staying. Starke girl. July 14. year except 1934 because of i
board of in the lives of Robert J.
Instruction. The bavoc'wreaked drews of Orlando "
losses to wheat and corn farmers"i ,
The trustees are also supposed to three innocent adults by the whispering I RESUMED Boone of Miami former Governor In the drouth-ridden area. .

wpervise the construction rental. begun by a lying E. Carlton of Tampa and
campaign Doyle j
Official said however that the
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repair and Improvement of the.. spiteful child provides the themeof What Happened Ten Y ears Ago Sometimes I ONE: HUNDRED MEN TO GO Finley Moore of Lake City. yield of both wheat and corn '

chool building and other school 'These Three" powerful drama TO WORK ON IT The test case filed In the Supreme -
,
ThanA What Happened Todaygrip for domestic
More Interesting MONDAYThe should\ be enough consumption ,, ,
Properties. which comes to the Ritz Theatre I Court carried the names of left
with some surplus \ '
run. Andrews and Carlton as
Sunday for a two-day Pepper, '
Creek Is for .
Alligator project over export."Prospects .
without Its files with his pliers on the bass Names of attorneys ,
BEAR TRACKS This film Introduces a truly newspaper scheduled to be resumed Monday petllimers. have been declining ,
both Into the boat. I[
and
would be In a sorry plight on some hauling shown In the record were Chair
great new child acres In Bonlta and 100 will be placed to work as successive millions of
men dally j
SEEN AT LAKE the wicked weeks when news Is scarce, such as As for ten years ago Arthur I' man Hodges, Harry H. Wells of 1
Granville who plays Bradford at $21 per month representing a acres of crops were dried out be e I
However, since we Brymer. hard-working
been. national
this has Democratic I
RUMORS PERSIST THAT I child. and Miriam Joel Hopkins McCrea, Merle three have copies carefully preserved as County darky. was still bemoaningthe $2 raise In pay, It was learned yesterday committeeman Tallahassee, and Herman Ulmerof .yond possible recovery," the report] ,
Oberon stated. "But with much of the; ,
BRUIN IS HAUNTING far back as 1877, we can always loa of $1,200 through the wilesof Jacksonville. They said the action .
the adult role "
popular stars, take on this drainage project south already relieved by rains<
I what was hap- a confidence man. The story 1 Is t Operation
KINGSLEY will dive In and tell you was brought on behalf of the
which
'Melody Lingers On, worth repeating In the hope that It ceased three months ago because and with the bulk of the cron crop'1n ] '
pening five ten or twenty years Democratic Partj .
Rumors track.l' be seen next Tuesday and Wednee- of lack of funds. the north central state still,, ,,
other entrusting
persist that bear even If we can't tell you muchthat's will prevent from I contended the proposed'
bv been found several times reCenUy day, is featured by the debut of ago. on today. their money to strangers I About ISO people; are now em- They "are altogether large enough to stand considerable) t '

Houston Hollywood's: new- going WPA projects In this special primaries dry weather, a nearly average,,
on
In the scrub oak lfttnfl-4 one George For Instance, five years ago this Arthur, meeting up with. astranger ployed lawful and In conformity with public j
West est screen discovery. It I 18 a musical county, the largest number being yield Is still possible If rains arenot ;| ,
side of Ktngsley Lakeside month Clay County officers bad who had "found" a pocketbook policy. statutes and laws." They .
(be film and features many scene given work In sewing rooms at too' long delayed. .
most containing several thousand
thickly populated arrested two Jacksonville pointed out the call for the
with from grand opera. just Starke, Lawtey Hampton and prlma-j I Numerous other crops, such as
summer colonist. drunks at Klngsley Lake and dollars, was told that although the ries followed a : I
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One resident Insists that he chas- 1 -- Sheriff Hall was stating that his finder knew who the loser was he I Brooker. Governor Sholtz declaring vacancies -"I oats barley, beans, rye, and rice

ti 4 a something in the dark the 0thI Arm In Accident office would soon break up the would not return it because the I ------ In the United States Senate. I, were below normal If present tndi-; !
? Loses cation* are borne out. In the mlI..I_(//:
BIght that he thought at the practice of making Klngsley a rendezvous man who lost It was a "yankee. Water Oak RevivalA ---.--+_ '
lime formerly of Starke, while, southern farmer who ar.:
was a cow, but he now be- S. R. Griffls for liquor parties and if The stranger admitted that he was
leVe1 to have been a bear. Going was forced to have an arm amputated residents would cooperate by telephoning too honest to keep the money him[ revival meeting will begin at Two CorrectionsIt suffering from the drouth and,'
over I the an accident near the Water Oak Baptist Church some hope of succor from the fe ground the next day he following him. his deputies would self and that he had decided to divide was stated In last week'sTelegraph I '(. '

fSlIed< to find cow tracks, but did Lawtey Saturday night. He was calls at any time of dayor it among hard-working Southern Monday July 20. The Rev. C. W. that only twenty persons government which has aUo. .
see truck driven by John answer I Wilkes who will conduct the moved to help those In the west
me that looked suspiciously riding on a darkles who could show that were employed In this countyby ,
night.J.
like roIfl' Magyra when it side-swiped an- L. Simmons was telling a fish they had a bank account, the division .I meetings, Invite everyone to at the WPA at the present time. -.- !

ta Alligator hunting Is also becom- other truck almost tearing Grif story about catching a tenpoundblack being made on a twoforonebasis. ,! tend. However, J. J. Truby, In charge of CCC Enlistment '

g P'PUIar at the lake these fls' arm from Its socket. Magyra bass and a pound and a half the women's work centers says Nine white and three colored) .

5lgb One man-lltzed 'gator belieVQ4 I la being held \In Jail here pending speckled perch at the same time Arthur displayed his bank book, I Senatorial Candidate that his projects have never numbered -, men were enlisted Into the Civilian j, "

II to be about seven feet long. the outcome of Grlffla's Injuries. with a pair of pliers. According to showing that he had considerable I I Finley Moore. Lake City attorney I less than forty-six persona. Conservation Corps from thi4 I

era rep.rp! <1 to have been Been ev- the Telegraph's story at the time: money on deposit but the stranger -. and candidate for the U.. S. It was also stated that $5,909: county Tuesday, Their names] 1 .
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time5 recently near the Sls- Working for Cotton GinE. "Mr. Simmons was on the shores said he wa afraid only cash Senate seat left vacant by the worth of money orders were Issued could not be learned this week, ,

trunk place. [ of of a lake not so far from Starke would count in a deal of this kind. I Jeath of Park Trammell, was making during the first six month of thisyear '
-- M. Nix. agricultural agent was too I at the local postofflce. This (
here when he noticed a continued The lure for stay money new acquaintance l here this Shollz To Head Elks
Caught the Seaboard Air Line, was the surface some distance much for Arthur who returned to week. should have read that a total number
Cult injTimber said be I Ia continuing splashing on Governor Dave Sholtz was elect.f
yesterday and Coming up close be Starke drew out a large amountof of 3,999 money orders had been |

Robert Splere ajd. two negro his efforts to have someone placea out. bass trying to rid cash and hastened to Jacksonville Issued. ed grand exalted ruler of the Elk ,
hen here for discovered a big Marriage License convention InAngeles LO
at a *
organization
In operation dollars ,
be.Miller arid Ernest Wal- cotton gin he had attempted to turn his hard-earned --
of perch I"
himself
a I
f Jack' the crop which will begin to ma- to his new-found friend. The One marriage license was issued this week.
C4uih onvHle. were to swallow and only partly suc over Bungalow Being Built 'I .
W xlay ture next month. Mr.Nix has several alive left Immediately to get by County Judge E. K. FerrymanJuly K
morning by still stranger
Sb'rtff 0 Ani1r'cutting. tlm- possibilities In line. but so far ceeded. Both fish were and the two thousand more, telling Arthur 4, to Harold C. Glasgow and Work I* progressing on a llmaLlbun&lIlow \ A collection of blankets from;
ber of iii but the fight was almost! over j I of the world I 18 said tj4
definite all
built
tM certificate! lands. bas not been able to make trouble In to wait for his return. Needles MUM Helen E. Mersereau, both of being by Quigley I parts
They 'Ner e for the operation of Mr., Simmons bad no he returned. Starke. Davis on South Street. I be owned by Floyd. Gibbon ,4j
*H her*. arrest
a gin here. .

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:t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. aTAKKJE, FLORIDA FRm.u', .It'Ll 17
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: - with that certain IN TUB' CIHCriT COl'RT. BRAI NOTICE Of -.
accordance
; 1 H BEACH and In FORD alI>%. IN APPIII 'TIOt
,, :' BOOTSEY'S MID-SUMMER final decree of foreclosure and sale. FOR'" TAX DEED
)! ', I Hon A Z. Adklne a* ('U'\I'ERY.!
I 61)1, rendered by NOTICE
ly 1
Circuit Court of Bradford O W Bailey HEREBY' 1131)
i It \ MlfM Effto Crawford Cor. Judge of the ,
IH : ; County Florida In ChanceryIn Plaintiff Hal Edwards. holder ....r pit'Icate ..
h, i C o e that :certain cause pending 1 In a*'" Vs. Case No. C9< No 61. Issued Ih 'd I'rtl'
i :, Mrs. R. B. Secreat, and littlelaughter Oe 4 o. Court wherel.* The Federal Land Lotto Men Bailey. Divorce July A. D. 1923. hatAiy ; ,

r /( ; 4, Helen who have been 9gQ8 Bank of Columbia In plaintiff LewM and, Defendant my for a offlee tax and haN coed. 'pi., ., .'
/1 I'. wv Emery; C. Lewis and Magnolia Om>FR OF PtBUCATIOVOTICK : deed 10 be teaued .'I l'.
1'1 'pending( a few weeks with her pa- t V a v his wife, are defendant, cane 181, > TO APPK\H Said certificate elnbrac! "j ,

l I i nta., Mr, and Mrs. W M. Reddish< the undersigned Special Master by THE STATE OF FLRIDA: lowing described. proper '
: County
aid decree appointed will sell to the of Bradford, h.
To Lottie Alene Bailey who' residence s'..' ,
'i i'" ,eft Thursday for Beomfort 3 C. hlchent bidder for cash, In front of .Is unknown: Ida, tl-wlt: ."
} % X here they will be joined by Mr : the South front door of the Bradford It Is hereby ordered that you arerequired AU E44 Townshp4\ "f fl ,
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County Courthouse In Starke Florida to on August 3rd A. )lk 1) ;I.. ;, ,; iteri"h.u 1
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appear ,
crest will visit In : -
i t' :,)' ); together they i during the legal hour of ale D. 11188 before the above entitled 28 s.
j ; sham, S. C? Richmond and 7- on Monday Aintunt Srd 1988, the court to t"e bill of complaint filed assessmenteN rn.,
'Id .d .
i : following described premlnea situate In the above entitled the said : : ,u
I toY against
'&dfort, Va. before returning I Florida, to-wit: you sued was In the '
County .
( j' I IIjl w -i-il In Bradford cause; and Bradford County Tele. name ?, I 11,:
: Fi'!',, t ,h err home In Hollywood. Fla The Kant. half of Northwest Quar- graph Is hereby designated as the ber Company. 'Im.
t ter of Northeast. Quarter, and Northeast Unless. said eertin, ,
I '
t \' 'B. L. Privltt and Nelson Prl- duly qualified newspaper In which redeemed .
; Quarter of Southwest Quarterof shall be according 'to :
this Order published once a law tli
I !jll)jl tt made a business trip to Jack- Northeast Quarter\ of Section I 1 week for four consecutive. weeks perry described therein writ! :4.' pro
w' Fourteen, Township Six South, to the highest bidder J0"r
vllle Friday night. Witness my hand and the seal of at the
East, containing house dour :Url'
,i r n Range Twenty-one this Court at Starke Florida title on the first Mr. '
'
t ::10' A. J. Chlsm and Luther Chlsm oft NS 1 1s thirty acre more or lean, all In 30th day of June A. D 1936, the month of August, I2't\ ,vnl. .
the Srd,
Florida. day of
Bradford County
I' SEAL) August 1 i il .
( 13
1' George, Ga., were visiting 1ZZT u/1 with all and circular Dated this 2nd, ,
L / r, Together A J. THOMAS day It t l I'll i
r d Mrs. R. N. Crawford, Mr.// i ..tcr the tenement, hereditament, and As Clerk of Circuit Courtof (OFFICIAL SEAL) ?'
appurtenance thereunto belongingor Bradford Florida A. J. THOMAS:
County
t! ,I Mr and Mrs J Roy Quinn In any way appertaining I all situate KNIGHT & KNIOHT Clerk ..f f'lrcnli' ,.. ,
I N. Crawford made a business l In Ltradfnrd County Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 7-3.6t-7-VlBrB<"rd r'u, '"" 'JI""', Ib
to Jacksonville Tuesday. E K I'EHRVMAN, 7-3-61-7-31
'rip
I' Ail Special Mauler\ In Chancery.
C. E. Crawford and J. Roy KNIGHT 4 KNIGHT -
d ilnn were visiting In W .rtblng- Attorneys for Plaintiff I oiirio OF APPLICATION NOTICE FOR 011' APPI.1t "tlo,
Tlt
IFEltNOTICE
-17-3t-1-81 FOR TAX UEKI :
i Tuesday night .
,on Springs (Senate Dill No. 18.1) NIIERKBS'II:

Mra. Sally Blackwelder was call- nOTHH OF APPIIfATIO\ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN= That R. H Smith holder i i I.
Id to the bedside of her daughter FOIl TAX DEED That K F Clark holder of Tax Certificate tlflcate No 478 Issued f Hi '
: McNeal of Worthing- (senate Bill M... 163 No. 402, Issued the 6th day of August A. D, 1933, ho' '' i Ii
rs. Barney
NOTICE! JH:! HEREBY GIVEN of September A. D. 1932, ham filed In my office and hag ui ''I'i "
Springs Saturday night. I That C r Hparkman holder of One- same In my office and hue made. application tlon for a tax deed i I" I
Mrs. Bill Green and daughter .fourth of Tax Certificate No. 431, for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said eerllfi.., a>,
I' : of July. A D. thereon Said certificate embracesthe the following describe, .
the day i
sKued 4th.
reda, of Olusteo, are spending I I r M1 s 927. has filed same In my office and following. described property In the county of Bradf.i __ .'
etlme with her parents Mr has made application for a tax deed the County of Bradford, State of Florida, to-wit::
.Florida to-wlt: !South: Half nf s l ,
I thereon t t
be Issued
Mrs R, N Crawford. I tn
i East Half of South-east Quarter Quarter of Nnrth.En.
following ,
't 3 Said, certificate embraces the i 'y
'3? Mr. and AIrs Fletcher Butler described property In the of South-east Quarter except I ter and West Half ""t -,
,nd daughter. Betty were' visiting I (nunt> of Bradford, !State: of Flor- one acre In the South-west East Quarter Section It\, r ,
da, to.wltHoulhw..at Coiner containing In all 19 ship 7 South Rang :i i r ,
of her cuter Mrs. Bur- : v containing. 100 ,
he bedside Quarter of South acres more or less acre i"
i'' McNeal of Worthington west Quarter of Section 23 The assessment of the said property The assessment" of tin, i
ey Township 8 South, Range 23 under the said certificate Issued erty under the said .,-ertlf: ,
t Ipringa I Kant, 40 Acres was In the name of D E. ed was In the name of I 1'nh" ,
: of the said property Brandt Unless said certificatehall' .
H. G. Crawford Percy Snyder The assessment
under the said certificate I..u.ed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed deemed according to law th, I
cordon Holten, and Clifton Doug'j :mss 11 I It. was In the name of Unknown. according to law the property erty described therein will, '' ,
1' aM of Dukes were ( ( Unless said certificate shall It.red..m..d described therein will be aold to the highest bidder at, il, "
I f i inomlng. according to law the to the highest bidder at the courthouse house door on the first. Mi :I,
I d Mra. C E. Crawford. Sunday property described therein will\ be door on the first Monday in the month of September, |V "1 ,1'
[ 1 old to the highest bidder. at the the month of September, 1936 which Is the 7th day of Septemb '1(,
Miss Boric curt-house door on the first Monday Is the 7th day of September, 19S9 Dated this 17th day M .Fi", I ,
I J Mrs. Irving Norman In the. month of September. Dated this 17th' day of July, 1936.OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL,)
I Norman Mr and Mrs. R Car- I 938, which Is the 7th, day of September !: ( SEAL) A. J. THOMAS,

i //it 1 and family, of Water Oak were Dated. 1916 this 11th., day of July A. D. Clerk A. J. THOMAS.of Circuit Courtof of Clerk Bradford of Circuit fount!i i'* 'JI'V I,

CrawCord, 1938. Bradford County Florida 7-17-5t-8-H
I (O)'FICIAL.s [.) 7-17-51-8-14
...( I A. J. THOMAS.Clerk No'rl'F2 OF APPIK" tuo\
: Harry Barthe, of Jacksonville of Circuit Court 1 NOTICE TO APPEAR FOR TAX HEIIt:
( is visiting his cousin Algle I t.. r of Bradford County Florida (Senate Hill '\o. toltI: )
.., t I I 7-17-St-8-14 It appearing by affidavit filed. In NOTICE IS HEREBY
4 3 i'+, \"irawford, this week. i| that certain cause In the Circuit That Cleveland Durham, l i
1 i. | Mra. H. S. Hikes of Island Grove, 8Pf'IU. M ",'rt:"." NOTI'I-] Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Tax Certificate No 65:1.:! i
for Branford County, Florida, entitled 7th day of July A D 1910 i
4 i i! ll J s visiting her daughter and son-ln- OK Htl.U' O W Baxter Plaintiff. v., same In my office'and has ,: I Iplication
y' iw Mr, and Mrs. Jim Rosier Notice In hereby given that under Lillian Baxter Defendant, and the for a tax deed to i
I and In accordance with that pertain relief sought being divorce I ; that thereon. Said certificate .
.
"" -- -- final decree. of foreclosure and sale the Defendant
Is a resident of Hortonse the following I described '
p i p
,. HAMPTON iAi rendered. by lion. A. Z Adkinn a.. Ueorgla, and la over the age the County of Bradford -I .
I IHI. Judge of the Circuit Court of of twenty-one years and that there Florida, to-wit:
.i r4 I .. Ad. >!_.... C rres ..aile.t I 1 ford County Florida In Brad-I IK no person l In the State of Florida I Begin at North-east '',<' '
-. .. In that certain cause. pending.. service of a subpoena n whom South Half of North-Bam U, a
{ court wherein b1el"Federal Land I would personally bind eald Defend- ter of North-West Quart: 'Id
.) r Fluh Fry at Hampton Luke Hank of l plaintiff and ant. run South 120Mi Yard W120H '
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Hall gave a / SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. BOATDRAIN HAY FEVER MoyerH IIouKh et al. are defendants. IT IS ORDERED, that the Defendant yards North 120''.. Vi; ,dt
c'a..e No. 677 the undersigned Spe Lillian Baxter appear to the East 120<, yards to b"/rln"nll",
/ '
r Ig fish fry for friends on July 4th o. E. CroHlty. Correspondent S1ra. Z. Z. Griffin.. Correspondent Sufferers of the great American cial Master by Raid' decree appointedwill Bill of Complaint on the 3rd day ofAugust Section 29 i Township S, 't"

|hey served iced tea and lemonade, I :, sneezeHay Fever.may get relief sell I to the highest bidder for A, D 1936. otherwise a decree Range/ 22 East and containing'
Mlsa Edna Hilliard of Val Rica Mr and Mrs M. J. Green and soon. each, In front of the South front pro confess- will be _entered acres more or lessThe .
food
of
tuft ? esldes the other baskets I door of the Bradford County Courthouse against/ her for her failure to ap! assessment of the aid' i> ,
: '" '1 1h rhtch each family carried, and [ Is spending a while with her uncle children, James, J. B, and Inez, of A recent Associated Press dispatch In Starke Florida, during thelegal pear.It arty under the said certlflcnu I,
1' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Miami are visiting relatives In this l hours of Bale on Monday Is further ORDERED, that thisorder ed was in the name of Vine) Park I
a. lenty of fish states the United States Department August 3rd 1916, the following described be published once a week for Unless said certificate shall I
tr ;: ti. Those attending were: Mr and section. of Agriculture h a a premises' situate In Bradford four consecutive weeks In the Bradford deemed according to law the ;" I'.'
County Florida, to-wlt: County Telegraph a described therein will I I...
I lira. Joe Allen and sons, and Mr. I Miss Doris Crosby spent the Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and launched a move to find a cause The 8W4 of SK'' and SB'/ of I i r>r general circulation published newspaper In 10 erty: the highest bidder at tin 9

I nd Mrs. Elester Allen and son, week-end with her cousin, Miss sons, Harold and Doyle, and Miss and 'cure for the allegrlc disturbances W14, and a atrlp 100 feet wide on Bradford County, Florida. louse door on the first I\In.dk., :
1 .
Blast Hide of SWV4 of SWVi, of Section WITNESS: hand and official the month of nh i I. '
my : August 1916.
% \ mills of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. i I Hazel Crosby, of Brooker. Irene Boree, of Jacksonville, were which affects one-tenth of ,, 11 : also the NWV of NKVi of seal of said Court this the 1st, dayof the 3rd day of August, 1930
orman Thomas of Ocala Mr. and I Mlsa Nlta Kelly, Miss Nona visiting Albert Griffin, Sunday. the population of the United :Section 14, all In Township 7 South July A. D. 1936. Dated this 29th day of .IItIr.'" l J"" u,
I Range 20 East containing 123 acresmore (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. THOMAS.
( [,Ir. Clyde Hall and son Brownie, I Brown A. B. Whitehead and W. States. all and
Mrs. Arnold Griffin and son or less, together with A. J. THOMAS, Clerk of Circuit i I' ..11'
i ,f x' [ fr. and Mrs. Harry Eddie and : N. Johns attended church at Harold, spent the past week with Like a corps of detectives tack. singular. the tenements, hereditaments Clerk of Circuit Court. of Bradford County Fl d.
and appuitenances thereuntobelonging 7-3-5t-7-31 7-3-51-7-31
qj tma. Mr. and Mrs E. L. Young : Starke Friday night. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dyal at the ling a national problem the sneeze or In anyway appertain

Jood, and family Mr and Mrs A. I Mr and Mrs Marcus Conner of Grlffls cottage at Kingsley Lake, sleuths delved into a kernel of the ing and the rents and profits thereof. -

Hall and sons, all of Waldo, Starke spent the week-end with Mrs. E. P, Johnson and daughter problem disturbances known by I SUBJECT privileges only however for a term to turpentine beginning -. BOREE FUNERAL HOME

'f r r. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and I(I her mother, Mrs. Beulah Kelly.Mr I II Susie of Raiford and Mrs Helen such familiar names as hay fever, February May 16th 2nd 1939 1915 as to and pine ending timber Full line of Caskets. & Undertaker Supplies

lighter, Shirley, Misses Myrtlce I I and Mrs. Willis Dyal and Johnson and children of Tam pollen fever, rose fever, rose colds, i situate on said lands as mentioned AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY

,ti find Marjorie Hall and Mr. Angus children were visiting Mrs. Henry pa, were visiting Mis. Z. Z. Grit asthma, hives, etc., which affects and described In the written AND NIQIIT
release of The Federal Land Bankof
+, tall, all of Hampton Brown here Sunday. fin last Saturday. people of all agea Some people Columbia. 53 PHONE 53

'1 I Mrs W T Johnson and daugh- Mr. and Mrs Ury Sapp and children Mrs Myrtle Priest has returned suffer from abnormal sensitiveness !I F As K!: "PKHKVMAN: ,,. n l ', 'han< ?ry O. II. BENNETT Mgr.

t. ,' r, Miss Ruth of Jacksonville, are of Lake Butter were visiting home after spending some time In to certain normal constituents of I K'tr' '1- & KNi1III'; "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

r, N, :Ie guests of Mr nnd Mrs. D. W. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby here Jacksonville with her daughter, the pollens produced by many Varieties I Attorneys 7-17-31-7-31 for Plaintiff 55
trees and
of weeds.
N inson, this week I Sunday afternoon Mrs. George Bowers. grasses -

1 lr Mrs. C L. HouHor and daUghter'j Mrs. Nlta White and Mrs. Florence lira Ida A Chase spent the Similar substances present In com

; t Fabius Alabama, Haltiwanger of Jacksonville past week-end with Mrs. Z. Z mon foods, textile fibers, furs and

'tki! ) fuests of Mrs Culver Van Alsttne were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Griffis other farm products, are also ca- !

'ltd Mlaa! Ada Nlmmo :Mrs. HouaIf Crosby last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin and pable of causing distressing disturbances I

Is remembered here as Miss Mr and Mrs. F M. Norman Jr., children and Mr and Mrs. Arch. when absorbed through I as
y ; the skin the membranes of the
y 4" 1 gaggle Maxwell. She Is a grudu1' of Vanderbilt were guests of her Prevatt and children were visit. or

i e of the starke High School and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Ing their father and mother, Mr respiratory or digestive systems of

r L : faa a host of friends here who are here Sunday. and Ms P. B. Prevatt, of Theressa, supersensitive persons.

a *! ways glad to see her. Miss Evelyn Crosby and Miss Sunday.Mr. The department is trying to discover -

t Joe Harrell, of Lawey attend- Elna Conner were dinner guesta and Mrs. Perk Prevatt, of If there Is not a more practical t s

jI: preaching here last Sunday, of Mrs. A. S. Crosby, Sunday. Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and way to escape them than than

;'t l.ornlng! and evening Mrs. O. E. Crosby and little son, Mrs. John Prevatt, Sunday. the long-standing remedy-go to =
of Palatka A large crowd from this section the sea shore or the piney woods.
t p Mrs. Joe Spark man. Sherman were visiting her mother, i oFrn Ife.4

lilted her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mra J. L. Johns at New River, attended the funeral of Mrs. Elbert "We are not doctors," explained .._.-... sasses. yea r03 retlh...Agriculturist. 1 TCousbry !
ONfT j YO* ONLY
rt I [!. M. Dennison, this week. / last Thursday Glover, Sunday, and the family has Dr. Henry Stevens .In charge of a..cI Ceuntrr 8teda.H SM.1 f,.a_ Bee.,I year
T
''. W. H. Griffin of Bunnell. was many friends in this section who the work, "and don't want to raise The Fans [OIl..... 1 ,_ .II0 Tie Fana lsr..I.Iy.a j $ .80

'* ;, lUng; here last Sunday. He was GUM BRANCH sympathize with them In their deep I the hopes of sufferers too nigh, AND THIS NKWSfArai JUfD THIS imvSPAPEB> -

,j 't companied to his home by Mrs. Miaa Elizabeth Hurnage, Cor. sorrow.A i but we hope to learn from the fet 0..Year roe Os.Year

)s' I i H. Griffin, and his son P GJJrlffln. large crowd of this section attended study of agricultural products and ssass wI

;4. t Mrs J. L. Gllliard and daughter several nights of the tent by-products some facts that will

I Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Dyal and' Dorothy Lee, of Benson meeting in Starke, recently.Miss give the medical profession some NOdt Cgunhyllors. INoCALCSTLNgStOCY

r n, Charles. Jr. of Palatka, spent Springs are visiting Mr and Mrs. Theressa Jones was visit. thing more with which to work." TMU Ptcto D

jjae: weekend with Mrs. Dyal's pants J N. Norman. Ing her aunt Mrs. Arnold Griffis, Investigation of the why and al. i1ERFgyEs

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rahmes. Eldon Sapp spent the week-end Sunday. wherefore of the disturbances was THIS NEWSPAPER m 2SL&, IFARM r"*

v t, { S nil with Mr Dyal's father B. G. with Van Burney at Lawtey launched under the authority of 5j

Miss Marguerite Tlllls of Plant GrtrriA-Thonuin, the Bankhead-Jones act signed by for 1 year and _
.
-+- City, spent the Fourth of July with Miss Lucille Thomas, of Green Pcesldent Roosevelt a year ago. -

RISING Miss Audrew Norman Cove Springs, and Mr Leo Griffis Gainesville Sun. 3 Big Magazines

i kla. Kduit Lewis, Correspondent Mrs Louise Denmark, of St. of this section, were quietly mar -. THIS NEWSPAPER
k l sled last afternoon in the Uncle Sam's best seller' publication
Augustine spent the week-end Sunday I
I I J. '{ [ Elder C. A Crosby filled his reg. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. presence of a few friends and rel- is a pamphlet on the care of for one full yean 9

1 tar appointment Saturday night S. Sapp. atlves. Their many friends wish babies.

;4 tUd Sunday at Corinth Mr. and Mrs. Ralf Carroll and them much happiness Haleakala loc'ted on the Isle I And 4 Big Magazines
,
i Miss Mary Mott, of Brooker, I ... ,
cnuuren were guests of Mr. ana -
of Maul Hawaii, is the world'sgreatest
aCt}1 :pent and the Vera weekend Lee Lewis with Mlsseajdaa Mrs. R. N. Crawford Thursday afternoon BROOKER I known dormant volcano. 1 Macula, from Group A; S Mif aiinu from Group B; 4 i* elf
in
t'' Evergreen section, MlM Vera GiUney, Corre poB>.4ent '
Mrs J. W. Driggera of Bronaon, Miss Thelma Casklns of Hell- ter, Earneatine. Mr. and lira. J.

j it IT 1) pending a few days with Mra. bronn was the guest of Miss Au. Ru..StokM B. RUM, Mr. and Mra. Livingston

rt E. Lewia. 'dray Norman Monday. Mia Erma Stokes, daughter of Russ, Mrs. Vance Ruse and San- S.Uct Any 3 Mg.i..

; Elder J, T. Barnes U pending Miss Bertlce Norman left Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Gent Stokea, and J. ford Hicks spent part Of this .From ::m.list; -O-i9.ga w..... .
...
4 r. Jew days In Cleveland, Ohio. day for Plant City where she will B. Russ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance I. week visiting IB) Georgia.Mr. .. 1' 0 "' wi

+' F it Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crosby and spend a while with relatives and Rues, both of Brooker, were quietly and :Mrs. L. W. Sells 01 r a (8.41... _I .y.-,- pylyussWw.. see. eo..Mr.ae'''''-.., 1lrPI
1. c illdren, Mr. and Mra. Floyd Cros1. friends. Vficanopy. were visiting her another ; 1.
united In marriage Friday. July ar tOssA hlsrs/ :
o. a == syjy: : t Te 1.r
.r a. e
i4' and children, all were guests I Mrs. J. L. Gasklna and children 10. These young people have many Mra. S ny Mott. here Sunday. Bsaa.k-'d ........ -r yea I/w .....tl 1 A --,, .., 3lve.1.
aturday of Elder and Mra. C. A. .. ,la...... a a- ire 81 r M1Ys;
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ancll friends throughout the state who )- y.- ......1ie .
Itoeby, ILC.r'5 N.e.da. _I year ...eeIC : 11' t'sssecawy . 1.Ni
Norman .
TRAIN SCHEDinUB:
1 Saturday night. wish them great happiness. IC_ Ct..r. year 8 5. 1e r s .
W. H. Carter Is spending: a few Our schedule changes Sunday. 11- 1 y- ... .... (Mri. e .N B N_14kad. .. 1.sOres
.... a yMl1, rya 1.w
days In Jacksonville with his ulster Misses Edna and Vera Lee Lewis April 26, and trains will run aa follows P- Real (I.y.) -.I. y- s.... RM"1_,h) 1" .. !!!- I".

-4 w t tj Mrs. Mamie Williams. of Vanderbilt, spent part of last : a.t j.:_Wr.) i -.,- H.tw' 9e(.1tW 1" 0 reraa 1 p .-,.. .. 1
lklald Ufs
-.oriel ...... 1 1.y..r A 1" 0 ,' fir" 1:
Minaea Marie week Miss Mott. SouthboundNo.
: and hex with
Marguerite Mary ._tls .
....-.. Fars.- -.I ye-. a t Iw 1" 0 Paaltry" yNlun. 1 trivSS.aaulwk
/ Sapp returned home Saturday after They were accompanied home by 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. .. a ..,- a """ too' 0 11" 00 P1...niw 4 1 lra.uth.ra
weekendwith No. IS Due Starke 3:12 P. M. a .- a Tor. C.ate.tiaa .... F..e
: spending the past week at Miss Mott who spent the : 'rult 6rar .thtmI 0 0 2 YnTru
I Thev Properly A9rl./luriet _I y.a. 10-- I. .. ,
Jacksonville with Mr and Mra A. tttm.! No. lOT-Due Starke 9.12A.M.: C..M.iea a Tsar a Few" s C1111rrrunt : ,/I..t. 1 lrWoman.
I the Blood WatldNOTB 1 y- a Era J.umd Zs Q IYMan.'n.., 1 0" 1'II"
Williams.. Mrs. W. A. Brown and daughter, NorthboundNo. 71u "
.
a
_. Cordelia, and Miss Sue Mott 2-Due Starke 4 :3S: M. -Cli.d* .*. .f the iallawia8 house ........,.. Ftr..r: 2 T B CIa"nuf 5"'ins 3 x
./' eomUntly Rite Mary : .I 'Tnt Start tl jnm mtih.on Only' ..100 a Apkuil. kt GMbayq. FwleyYy' 1,.
j, ; matter from, the blood NOTICEThe motored to Gainesville Wednesday No. 18-Due Starke 10.38A.M.: ........ IIIlow.d.M. C g.tIUm 1 yr.

."* lomttimet "Uq In registration books of the Mr. and Mra. Paul Stewart of No. 108-Due Starke 5:13; P. M. ....... M chasl.. i 1&1 1.aAm.daa.

; not ect n nature in- City of Starke will be open for the Gainesville spent last weekend, Starke and Wanrare Branch 14 D14 .. ..gift I }year.. r tPrso.l
the I 1.1
.I .remove when Impunties retained. registration of electora from here as guests of their parents, No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M. ...de..Imwte.. I lea

.i"C r ., suffer rwflgmg b.ck-:\ Thursday July 9, to Monday, August Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and No.. 102-Arrivea Starke 1:50: P. M. C..hu.

t FR ; .. ., scanty Of too frequent I 10 1936. inclusive. the Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley.Mr. Dally except Sundays.T. CENrLEMENI I Eacl_ .__,_____f Please S.DeI M.

t lng up*t night, putl n.. CARL JOHNS. and Mrs. Livingston Rum, J. GRIFFIN.NOTICE. C oust N. I 0 Oua. N. I C Olf.r N. J 0 Over No.4.

#i I .; feel I nervous, mitere-' 'I Registration Officer, of Trenton were visiting his. parents / I am checking be ragrr.es( d........ with a 'f.u' "Mcripo

City of Starke. Mr and Mra. Vance Russ tlea to TOU .por. .
I'' ,? Us. Do.,,'. Pllla I Nolle )I. hereby .Iven to all whom II
) last weekend.Mr It
I -- may concern, that on the let day
: !l lot poorly (uno- of Auau t. 1)31, I will
The pahua a large clam of the and Mrs S. H. Rltch and present my .
They final
I bs ,* ere recoin- report and file petition for Film
j ,. men the country South Seas, can clamp and hold a baby of Raiford, spent last weekend I Dlncharire a. AdminImrator: of r q
them until death. here with her the F.ntate of Minnie. E. Foland, de.
I+ over. G.t from en/ druggist human prisoner parents, Mr and ceased. e L StralKbr.

-- ..' Mrs. L. A. Brown. .lOS, F. WILSON:> .
.iK Brazil leads all nations In number Mr and Mrs. C. L. Atklson and 1-tO.4t-1-11 .
Iowa lad SI.lo I.
of holidays. It has 8The& children Joyce and Illene, Mr. and "Pt'I'L ,"""TtR'1I: NOTICR _, aa

United States, with 54, la second. Mrs. Ernest Russ and little daugh- Notice l I. hereby OK' HAI.K gross that under . . . .

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14
i ibJULY

17.. 1936,. BRADFORD
: -- -- -- H ._. COUNTY TRLEGIHril. STARKE, FLORIDA PACE TlIItY

--- GIVES State Farm No. t at Belle Glade, -
Bt'REAtJ FLORIDA SHARES 1 j r
FlU.'REFORT FOR 6 MONTHS reported two escapes and two re- | HOMELESS! Bois \ND GIRLS EVERYBODY PAYS TAXES TIlE "LEAST" REFORMThe FARM LIFE 4 '',
Distribution of $10,000.000 |I ARE STILL SEEKING HOMES I I
captured. Youth Who pays the taxes which pro. Sun> suggestion for remedying Throughout the age. life on the
gateau records In Talla- Two escaped from the Florida jects during Administration the first work I vide the fund to run our Federal, the pardon system In Flor- .arm has been the happiest existence ;
f'rI80D seventy-two pri-oner. Farm Colony at Gainesville. One of the new fiscal three Over one hundred homeless boys state county and I local governments ida by giving public notice of meetIng of mankind, providing a.
oaJltf! sboW the State Prison who escaped there, prior to Janu- nounced in year was and girls from six to thirteen yearsof I ? More people are asking and holding these meetings In greater freedom from anxiety and
tICSpt! from the first 81.:11: months ary 1, was recaptured. Williams, NYA Washington by age under the care of the Children' that question now than ever before, I the open so that all parties Interested a feeling of Independence that,, ;1
director
system during I This Home Society of Florida, In and more are waking up to the may be heard, should be "smooth the wrinkled brow of
01 1936 Thirty-one were recap- The prison camp at the State 1 the first allocation from the I Its receiving homes at Jacksonville, fact that the tax load falls on ev- adopted as "the least" reform In cares"
tuJ'fOTWentyoDe Hospital at Chattahoocee had thirteen -: fund of $71,2t>OOOO. Williams Lakeland, Miami and Pensacola, erybody, whether he Is on the In- the pardon set up The true philosophy of farm life i
other convict., who person to escape, and reported nounced modification of the are still waiting to go out to good 1 come-tax or property-owners' list In reality, it i. only the mini- II. that advocated by a of
years were reptured the recapture of eight of them, ruling establishing eighteen as family home group
peeped In previous anywhere in the or not. mum The entire structure should I scholar at Vanderbilt University
January 1. with five other who escaped in minimum age, saying persons State for the
since summer vacation pe It I. a favorite device of politicians be revised. I which has for Its motto, "Farm not
previous tween
The! Prison Bureau estimated 70 year sixteen and eighteen riod therefore:Marcus C. "Daddy"Fsgff. to conceal the facts about Actually Floridians have no one ''to make money, but to enjoy the
who ap* W1U- About ninety per cent of those who already have NYA jobs State Superintendent of the I "
ceDt of those I taxation from the ordinary citizen. to blame but themselves for the good life Donald Davidson In the
per and return- who escaped were trusties, the hold them but no new Home Society Is another
JIIIItely are recaptured making The result ha. been to deceive pardon situation and they are fortunate Progressive Farmer commentingupon
their sentences. Prison Bureau said Only one was under eighteen would be appeal to families all over Floridato treat numoer. of poor folk into It is not worse because this philosophy says: "One
eelFycty.three convicts went free known to have had outside assist ed to work. Allotments by take these youngsters in for the Believing that they do not pay any I Floridians have been remiss and cannot but feel, as he looks at the W
during the six months through ance. Included: Florida, $125,400.. aummer. I part of the cent of government, but dilatory in providing proper par- disordered spectacle which I. modern ti
executive clemency extended by Those recaptured generally are Practically all the little children: I are beneficiaries of taxes imposed don legislation, and almost crimin- America, that some profound
the State Pardon Board. ThIs toul arrested on other charges and Identified ALL INCLUSIVE TRAFFIC under six years and older girl over upon wealthy property-owner and ally negligent In not requiring legIslatures change Is on the way. If the south
I did not Include those who received through tehir fingerprints SURVEY fourteen years of age have already big corporations for the benefit of to set up a pardon commission I. to sltere In that change If the
temporary paroles, however "Sometimes they go along for been sent out to good homes, the poor. The truth probably la or parole commission. south Is to do its part In directing t '
I were fourteen paroled outright ten or twelve years after escaping : An all-inclusive traffic scores of children having been In- that, In proportion to their earnings 1 Everybody know that the cab- It toward some good end, then o- 1'
Twenty-four received condl- without getting into any other i on a scale hitherto unattempted vited to spend the summer In the poor and the moderately- inet I H too busy to properly Investigate surely the best thing that southerners -. k
Sonal pardons, and five others con- trouble, but most of them turn up the state, was inaugurated some of the most delightful homesIn well-to-do pay a larger share of pardon. Actually Florida can do Is to argue the case 1
cluded sentences reduced by Par- sooner or later," said T. E Andrews I week by the Florida state road the state, and several going out taxes than do the rich. has no real pardon board Five already for that form of life which baa J
don Board order. the Prison Bureau's chief partment, Chairman C. B. of the state with famine spendingthe Where'' do the rich get the money I over-taxed- men have to meet been the great historic feature of N t
The thirty State road campa had clerk. I I way, of Tallahassee ananounced. summer in the mountain and with which to pay their taxes? I and largely have to depend upon southern life, and to make it a ::1.j.

fifty escapes, and twenty-one of --. Operators of all motor vehicle.pasllenger elsewhere.The I I Certainly from__ _n_ the---- consumers__ u_ _____ __ who__ minor "hirelings" for recommendations good life, and keep It so." ,
these were recaptured. Twelve others automobiles, boys and girls who are left buy their product or rent their having absolutely no time for To the old fashioned farmer the i
who escaped from road campa AU the mines of the world, durIIII' and buses-were halted during in the Receiving Homes of the Society I property. The Guaranty Trust I personal Investigation or any real farm meant more than a means of j
the 435
prior) to January 1, were recaptured 1928, years uced from 1493 to week at 120 highway planning want to go out for the summer Company of New York report a hearings, except for the appeal of getting money. It means a complete { !
this year prod (21.120.298,527 tions to give information on too. Who will be the first to recent survey showing that nearly the convict and his lawyer friends. and satisfactory life, a life j "
Four escaped from the State worth of gold and $18,521,220,049worth experiences in traffic on write "Daddy" Fagg, 428 Saint twenty-five per cent of all rents Nearly every other state has! a abundant with the Joys of a good j (,
Prison at Ralford. which received of silver. highways to field workers for James Building, Jacksonville, and go to pay the landlord's taxes. The parole board, with time to inquireand life, a life of Independence surrounded .
tack three prisoners, escaped in -.- survey. offer a child or two a good home tenant paying $20 a month rent, on ,, investigate with the simple blessings ] \
former years Cannons start avalanches I I for the summer? that basis, i. paying nearly $60 a It's a wonder thing' are not of nature, rather than a mere existence I \
Treadway said that a total 'I ___ :
---- --- in mad
--- rush for tranai-
year in taxes. The landlord Is a a
626 stations will be
survey t
POISON INSECT! TESTS tax collector for the local ment tory things that money provide. j
the Worst isYettoCome-I: lished during the at govern-
And year So, too, Is the retail dealer an I
Some hints The sooner our people get back
Important points on state timely for gardeners, tax collector The
UBe a stomach poison such as arsenate Involuntary I
closer! to the southern Idea of for-
w ways. whether they grow flower or vegetables of lead. Dutox, magnesium computation that every loaf of t
life
mer years that on the farm i
f/7 The survey, which started in The are given by L A. Nlven arsenate, etc. For a spray, use bread sold carries Its share of (if- means more than the Idea of get-
day, is expected to bring forth Progressive Farmer- three teaspoon arsenate of lead to ty-two different taxes la not exaggerated ting money, and learn to live at i I
formation upon which the "Frequently Insect injure flow- a gallon of water or five teaspoons. One common drugstoreItem complete and satisfying life the! <
road department can base plans ers greatly. These pests may be magnesium arsenate, mixing In a milk of magnesia, was recently happier they will be, and less will ] ,
a highway improvement controlled by spraying or dusting. small quantity of hydrated lime found tocarry) 270 different I be heart! of want and distress and i
/ \ \ so that the greatest service by During spring such sucking insectsas With Dutox use two level tea- taxes, all paid by the drug-store the battle for mere existence now! .
: / \ highways may be guaranteed plant lice an daphid. frequentlydo spoons to a. gallon of water. ;customer Every article sold In a being fought by millions of our]
the greatest number of persons. great damage Spray them with "If one prefers to apply these store haa to help pay the store countrymen -Mt Dora Topic
The survey is being conducted nicotine sulphate using 1H tea- I poisons as a dust, mix one part keeper' taxes In his landlord's
the road department, but ia spoons to a gallon of water In arsenate! of lead with four part taxes, and all of the taxes on do- worse than they are and conditionsand
financed by the United States which enough soap Is dissolved to 1, hydrated lime; one part magnesium ing business imposed by all of the pardon! haven't been subject ]
reau of Public Roads. make thin suds. Spray so as to arsenate to three parts hydrated governing unit which have power of more trouble and some real {
The survey is one of three come In direct contact with the Insects -, lime; one part Dutox with two to levy taxes. It has been figured! scandals.It's .
parts of a master highway planning as they suck the Juice from or three parts of lime or flour, and that there are 180,000 different time for folk to wake up '
survey. An inventory of the Inside of the leaves or tender dust on thoroughly, covering all governments In the United States, and do something- beside talk on !
way facilities was started in stems and can be killed only by leave and tender twigs. each with power to tax. street corners The corner for'] "
and the inventory of highway putting something on them that I "Everyone with even a few flow- Every irort to reduce the cost them I. on the coat lapel of their | l''
nances, including the source will burn them. Because they are ers or vegetables about the place of government will be futile untilne local legislatorhold It tight and | '
revenues in relation to usually on the under side of the needs a small spray pump or a mass of votes becomes tax-con- talk straight to headquarter.-
tures, will begin later. leaves one must get the poison land dust gun. The directions given .iclous and more watchful of those Avon Park Sun. i 'l\1
J there and directly on them. for dusting or spraying flower ,n\\o spend our money, Tarpon -. '.. I;
Ill U LlH -
IUILllHhlI {WPA State "For any of the eating insects, are also correct for vegetable." Springs Leader Italy mined the first asbesio.. I
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dQ development of one of the largest poMnUal 'taI pottery itself was'found to be as extensive: as the Register Motor Co.

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d r fAOK FOUR BlLADP'ORD' COUNTY TEXEGRAFH, STARRE.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY, '
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," j 'iff.' .IU I:' Ladies' AuxiliaryMet :Mr and Mrs. F. A. Canova and LAWTEY Miss Minnie Peasant, and Mr. Miss MlDa )%&nllllllli I II I

'' I daughter Mary Ann, of Gainesville' O. J rkllllr* C.rre.....*.t and Mrs David Turner and two' from a stay at Fernlll1l'l1l1 h"h ro-\l\
I Tuesday arrived here Thursday for a several, children, all of Fort Lauderdale,, She was accomplUJlO' ,! lit'Cb. t
I :; I Ladles' Auxiliary of the days visit with Mr Canova Assembly! ProgramThe are the guests of Miss Bessant'a slater, Mra. J. P Borne". oehtr
Itt i The and Mrs. Turners : %),1
parents Mr. and
,
ocictYL daughters, '
I Presbyterian Church met Tuesday S. mother :Mrs E. E. Canova. following program was presented Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Sr. of Atlanta,Jo Ann and' Hsr}' hlll'l
afternoon at the home of Mrs. at assembly in tbe Lawtey wb( Will,
'pee]
E. Brownlee west of town. The Mr. and :Mr*.. ..C. S. Lindsay school Wednesday afternoon. Mem- months here t two I(
J It .\" rooms where the members met Miss Evelyn Lindsay and Charlie bers of the eighth grade, Miss Mar- Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son, JIm- I
; I,' l::' were attractively decorated with Lindsay, Jr., have returned to their garet Johnson teacher. my, and :Mrs. Harry Roberts, of Mra. J. H. RlIin"( -- I f,
: + Club Monthly MeetingGarficldEvans zinnias and roses I home in Winston Salem,, N. C., Piano solo "Autumn In Barce- Tampa are spending this week at of JackBOnvllle,, and Clllidna, 1
t t'': I II) ; 'i1: 1 I To HoldBusiness Epworth Mrs. George H. Lowry led the after spending a vacation at Kings- lona," by Clara Mae Eunice; song, Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs Howland and cblldren and Mr LuClUI I
It" ,<' 1; ); 1;, Meeting League Union Held ThursdayThe devotional meeting, consisting of I ley Lake.A "I'm Sitting High on a Hilltop," Klncaid.O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Jeanette are at the R. H. Barber of Orlllldo
j reading prayer and eut haw duet "A Lul- Place N
Inez ; piano Kingsley Lake
:. l 't..;Y; f'1 The Starke Woman' Club will monthly meeting of the Gar- scripture Mrs M. K. Hull conducted group of Gainesville sub-debs Lou Edwards and Ernes :Mrs. for two weeq
kk If ': !tJ hold Its final business meeting: fori,1 field-Evans, Epworth League UnIon the songs Bible quiz and Mrs. C. S. Ward are enjoying a"'bouceparty at I tine labye Moore; vocal duet, "Peach NOTICE OF SPECIAL BALK MASTERS be remembered Howland and :Mrs!! RoUIIe! wU!
;. the club year on Wednesday aft was held last Thursday eve- In Lake. include Bet- Notice I. her ., y
Four Kingsley They hereby Liven that under
Iii .f review of Chapter Picking Time in Georgia, Lola and Kate and
,-r: .,1, ,I ernoon, July 22, at 3:30: o'clock ning at Caznpville and a majorityof gave a the Southern ty Burnett, Peggy Reynolds, Joan and In accordance with that certain Sue Llddon
\ "Women Under Alma Johns, accompanied by Edwin final decree of
,[. ( j.r h1' This meeting: will take the dace of tbe Starke members were present. foreclosure and sale
Getzen, Anne Laird, Frances Lewis rendered
Cross." Starling; a talk by the Rev. C. by Hon. H. L. Sebrlnff as -
the postponed June meeting and Judge of the' Circuit Court of Bradford Thomas A.
party was plan- Rebecca Hayman, Ann lJeterMar..1n Edison
spend-the-day B. Price of the Starke Baptist once
will have for Its purpose the finishing A brief devotional was held and A of County: Florida, In Chancery "GenJue Is Baid:
home and GIvens. two
ned for next month at the Marguerite Church; song, "Rhythm In :My In that certain cause pending In saidcourt per cent
I d up of all business for the'following this, was the business Mitchell on Kingsley .. u.u wherein The Federal Land Hon and nlDety-elgbt III8plra.
y ?club as well as Installation' of The most business Mrs. J. M. Nursery luiymes"- John rumaw; i Bank of Columbia is plaintiff and pet cent pu
year meeting. important -, Mrs. A. F. Sauls and daughter, 8pratioD.
Lake.A song, "Is: It True What They Say Sinclair L. Peek et. al. are def.ndante. -
; new officers for the coming year. on hand was the installation I delicious salad course was Miss Louise Snyder, returned to About Dixie," Evelyn Prevatt and cane. No.. .576, the undersigned .
I t Hostesses for the afternoon are: of new officer They are president the social bour. their home here Wednesday from a Special Master by Bald decree ap --
served following Betty Phillips; guitar solo, MU- pointed will sell to the highest bid-
Mesdames H. M. Richard, O. L. Imogene McDemerick of Wal- several weeks visit with Mrs. dred Chesser. der for cash In front of the South
'i Haynes, L. H. Hill Nat Steinberg' do; vice-president, Dorothy White Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, whose Sauls' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Courthouse Front door of In the Starke Bradford County, REALESTATE
that there Florida
teacher states during
The
are
r 'RUI. Edward Burns, J. H. Rltch Earle a member of the local chapter; secretary home on Kingsley Lake was recently and Mrs. J. W. Prather and little the legal hours of sale on Monday
' s Searing E. S. Matthews J. G. Eugene Ollff; treasurer destroyed by fire are remodeling daughter, Anita, in Loa Angeles, sixteen children In the eighth I August .Jrd. 1938. the following-
I ,' Godwin Charley Johns, P. D. Marlon Calhoune; and publicity superintendent and enlarging their bathhouse California. grade and that they are an unusually -,,ford described County premise Florida situate, to-wit:In Brad.
rancher and Misaes Isabelle Fernandez Dick Williams. residence. talented group. The NEW of NWU of Section 26, IF YOU WANT
and Louise Two of the officers into a Township 8 South, Kane 22 TO
Snyder.RaymondBeck out-going I The Woman's .
Christian Temperance East, BUY SELL
,'l; containing 40 acres moreor OR RENT
-_._ were members of the local chapter Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Union will meet with the No government can long exist I...., together. with all and SEE us-
Katie Fugate (president) and [I Carrie Rltch and sons N. T. and President, Mrs. F. A. Scott, Friday 'with half the people supporting It singular a m e n t e the, and tenements appurtenance.:, heredlt-
MI Virginia Fugate, secret ry.) Tommy Miss Annie Darby and afternoon at 3:30.: New membersare and the other half holding it up.- thereunto belonging or In any
: f The marriage of Miss Alice After the business meeting a Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, being added and the interest St. Louis StarTimes.The rent way appertaining and profit/ ,thereof and also. the WILSONREALTY
r Roberta Beck, of Red Rock, Texas, delightful social hour was enjoyedand are enjoying a stay at Kingsley 'In the meetings deepen. MARCUS F. BROWN
,i f ; and George M. Raymond of Starke. ice cream and cake were serv- Lake. U. S. air corps is testingnew KNIGHT Ae Special A' KNIGHT Master In Chancery CORP.
Ii A was solemnized at the home of ed.The Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs. equipment for its pilots which Attorney* for Plaintiff
I t l ;.\I Judge C S. Green in Palatka on members from Starke attending The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont- E. J. Dowling returned home Sat ,is said to give increased warmth, 7l-3t-f-3l
,
;t Thursday night, July 0. The were: Misses Audrey Car and children left Mondayfor urday from Pompano and Miami comfort and convenience in winter
gomery
)))1 'young couple will make their home lisle Anne Struth, Marie and Let- a vacation trip to New Orleans where they spent a week visiting flying.
t ''i .;'1 ; ,ln Starke. tie McGee Edna Pearce, Katie and and other points in Louisiana relatives and friends. They were .

..:..,- -----. Virginia Fugate, Margie McMillan,I|where they are visiting friends and accompanied home by Misses Ma- Sales and confectionery and ION\
i .: Green-Cone ,A. W. Anderson Rev. B. M. Mont- relatives. rian and Helen Dowling, who have chocolate products during January CRISCO
",( I t gomery, '*ill Chalker, and Walter I| been visiting in Bartow and Pom- gained ten per cent over January, D Red Ripe, Full Pack
(15 Mrs. John Cone Parl b. Mrs. Emma Canova, P. E. Ca- pano for the past month. ]93:).
!r of Brooker .--- I and son Paul III, were in 1 lb. 19c Tomatoes3lb.
nova can.__ )
Air'
.';1 announces the marriage of Miss Frankie Ritch Clermont Sunday visiting Mr. and
..k3 And the Worst is Yet to Come
her
daughter, Wins Beauty Contest Mrs. George B. Flynn. Little Miss -- can 55c
: Johnnie Ree returned to Cler-
i Bety Ann Flynn maura 4 No.2 Cans
1 to Miss Frankie Jeannette Rltch, a 1
mont with them.. after. _spending._.,_
i Leslie A. Greenof seventeen-year-old daughter of 6lb. 1.05
i week here with her sister Dire. can 25c
Brooker Mr. and Mrs, Lacy A. Ritch, of J rWHERtfcoHOMYRUl.ril
i ..1 The ninth day of July Starke, was named "Miss Brad-!Glen Wood.-.-.
ti nineteen hundred and thirty-six ford" in a beauty contest sponsoredby MISSION HALLMr.
FANCY
BLUE
the local Woodman Circle at ROSE -WHOLE GRAINRICE
r 1t s I +I Ii the school house last Friday night. Ford L. Prescott, a Christian
Miss Rltch, who Is a typical layman, of Dayton, Ohio, was the 5 Lbs. 25c

i } blonde, will have her expenses paidto teacher at the Mission service .. _
RITZ
THEATRE another splendid --
the state contest, which will be Tuesday and IONA-PLAIN or SELF-RISL'YGFLOUR
the good
held In Tallahassee In September. I message was enjoyed by
STARKE:
The national contest will be held sized congregation which was as- 12- lbs. 37c 24-Jbs 70cOCR
The ;
,_' PROGRAMBEGINNING later In St. Louis, Mo. sembled for the meeting:
"The Second ComingOf ''Ir
theme used
Miss Ritch Is a member of the OWN BLEND
FRIDAY Christ" is ever new and like the

Woodman Miss Ernestine Circle. Andrews, also a lines of the song expresses It TEA -Ib.
/ Lb.
rHURS.-FRI. know It best Pkg.19c Pkg. 37c
JULY 16-17 member of the circle, won second "For those who ? ;
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"Unguarded Hour"Ixtrettn place in the contest. Are hungering and thirsting i
f Young First place I In. the amateur con To hear It like the rest" 8 O'CLOCK-MII..D 7MELLOW7 PURE"SANTOS
Franchot Tone I test went to Clarence Moore, of And so as the teacher carried
Heilbronn Springs, a singer who I bis bearers through the Bible Dom COFFEE Lb. 17c
SATURDAY, JULY 18 accompanies himself on the guitar. Genesis to Revelations in this beautiful -
'
i He will be sent to the state contest ; thought, a deeply spiritual
;,; "Valley of TheLawless" In Gainesville in August. I message of vital importance was
Little Miss Louise Carter won j I taught and the people listened appreciatively DEL MONTE IONA
t the Shirley Temple contest and | DELUXEPEAS SALAD
; i John Mack Brown was given a Shirley Temple dress ; Adding to the interest and enjoyment t3

yr ? Our Gang Also Comedy and a. first- prize. '1 of the evening were a / 4llll..ti DRESSINGQt.Jar
( t Little Sinner score or more young people from _
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GlasgowMersereauMr. the Wateroak Baptist Church who 2, No. 2 Cans

SUN.-MON., JULY lt-20 and Mrs. T. A. Mersereau, I rendered a simple, beautiful song 27c __ ___23c
1' service, most fitting to the
+ subject
h of Starke announce the
marriageof
"These Three"Miriam
used, preceding the Bible study.
their daughter, Helen Elizabeth,
s st ; Hopkins to Harold C. Glasgow, also of Mr. Prescott was accompanied FANCY
Merle Oberon by his Albert and
his
son ,
parents
t Starke, on Saturday, 4th. Tbe AVOCADO
July PEARS 5c
Each
'J I Joel McCrv Mr and :Mrs. L. C. Prescott who
Pt NEWS MICKEY MOUSE marriage was performed at the residence were welcome visitors at the meet- LARGE FIRM HEAD CALIF.LETTUCE .
of E. K,
? COMEDY Judge Ferryman.
i S ing.Watch Each lOc
TUFS.-{VED.. JULY W. M. U. To Meet bulletin board for sur- NORTH CAROLINA COBBLERS
.t 21.22 prise speakers and get the habit .
k ': 'Melody Lingers On' The regular business and pro- of visiting the Mission on Tuesday IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 39c
1 Josephine Hutchlnson ,gram meeting of the Baptist W M. evenings. } "lr 19't or FANCY HILEY BELLS GA.

tv U. will be held next Monday at tbe _. -- PEACHES 2 Pounds 15c
LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY church at 3:30: o'clock. The pro- -
f' 4 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY gram will be In charge of Circle -
WESSON OIL Pt. 21c QE 39c
No. 1, Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader. A OPENING PRICE A REAL GOOD ;
large attendance is desired. GREEN'S IVORY SOAP Medium Bar 5c

I f GASOLINEGallon : CHIPSO Small 2 For 15c

j. iMt' READ OXYDOL Medium 2 for 15c
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YOU BUY
16c STORE12.Lb. PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO can lOc
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: i''' SPECIAL LADIES LADIES' SATURDAY; ONLY CASH & CARRY 24-Lbs... ======== 37c 6geI T A LC"b CHICKEN FEED

,> t GROWING MASH, 100 lb. Sk. $2.35

: jU PANTIES SANDALS F R E E Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- F I EGG LAYING MASH, 100 lb. Sk. $2.35

It Costs You Nothing-Save: Your Tickets F R E E SCRATCH FEED 100 Ibe Sk. $$1.99OLEOMARGARINE"


ALL WHITE j PHILLIPINE BEST SMOKED: j jj -- .. .- .-

j LARD Lb. 9Vc BACON Lb. 19c NUTLEY: Lb. 14c

'; 2.50 values 1.95 j '

t ONIONS 3 Lbs. _____ .lOc NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c A&P FANCY TUB OR PRINT

E I'jj I'jjI j t RIB BUTTER Pound 37c
;;;, 3.00 values 2.25 NO. 2 T I II

s f( 4 35o VALUES MAT SAi&s 25c BEEF STEW\ Lb. lOc ; TRY TilE NEWNUCOA

j a 4.50 values 2.95 Pound 19c

a t 21c 1 PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc PIG TAILS, Lb. ._____ 12/ e RATH'S FANCYPICNIC .

} { TABLE YOUNG STEER

NEW ARRIVALS IN PEACHES No. 2can 15c ROUND STEAK Lb 22c j HAMS Pound 2IeFEIGE.'llSPJN'S


; SILK DRESSES BLACK EAGLE
CHUCK STEAK or
SALT, 4 Pkgs. 9c
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UE WERE FORTUNATEIN I ROAST, Lb. __ ___ 12V2C BEER BEERA
GETTING THIS PURCHASE WHOLE GRAIN

THEY ARE VALUES SWEET MIXED OR OR
RICE 5 Lbs. 25c I

t Up to 3.95
,, t) 4' FIGURED AND PASTEL SHADES BLACK PICKLES 24-oz. 15c L E CLASS ALE

FOR QUICK: SELLING PEPPER, /2-lb. Box --- __ lOc MACARONI 3 Pkgs. __tOeI I In lOc Tin 3 for 25c

1.98' GROUND DULY. j Plus Bottle DepositN.
4-LB. CARTON JEWEL .

i PURE COFFEE Lb. 114 B. C. CRACKERS
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LARD :
i V STILL SELLING 47c RITZ 1-lb.Pkg. 21c
;e BREAD 3 Loaves 25c
? Men's
: 'J Any Straw Hat QUART JARPEANUT j GRANDMOTlJJX'8-Freah!: Baked-RoU., IZ-oz .r I


"H! Values 98c Up To 2.25 TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz. lOc HI-PLANE ffi15 c : I BREADee: : GRAHA5l4-oz.: Ea. 5c



t ) MUSTARD, Qt. Jar __lOc :MAXWELL HOUSE I CRACKERS 1-lb.Pfeg IQo



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I O c Register Leon Alvarec I Di and Mrs C 8 Sayles. of Miami a4't
-FLORIUAIIIGf.llIGHTS[ and Miss Scootle Andrews with neach, t
6J1 are enjoying a vacation o
Bits of '- .. ....- IN -.....'" >... NNERl-1k the WPA office here, left Sundayfor at the Peek cottage on Klngsleyl .
I Orlando, where they will/ be employed Lake l with Judge and Mrs E K. i "
in that district' In the future Perryman.
n. "':'- __
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ILca1Ne* ;: '-'" y Ben Sternberg leaves Monday T,
FLOP/D4 Mr and Mrs W. M. Walnwrlghtand with a group of other West Point
.... ?;: children of Jacksonville returned cadets and officer for a three-day 1

NCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND ap6Sy llc4Td'L.SPQNG to their home Wednesdayafter inspection tour of government harbor _
fO ': a week's stay at the Wainwright -' project In Florida.
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I cottage at Kingsley Lake.

Merrill McMillan la upending his
VN THE
Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot, vacation at Simpson La. He was
", OCGAN,; 'il", ""- I Juanita and Sara Barefoot and accompanied as far a* New Or

a business vial. :Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and children ). I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and little leans by Johnny Hagan, who will
c. wan was Wedneaday.Ilitch will return this week-end daughter, Judy, are spendingtwo be employed on a government project -
J&t\l8OlIvUle\ & weeks at the Klrkllter placeon there
!II from a visit In DeLand. ,
Kingsley.
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of Galne vllle,
yle week-end here Miss Betty Epperson, of Jacksonville Mr. Star M. Cox, of Jacksonville
t tile --.-- is here visiting her grand Several houses at Klngsley Lake was here Thursday of Jut
( and Henry Ma- mother, Mrs. W. J. Epperson Including that of Judge and Mr. week visiting Mia Olive Ray Mrs i
FLandrum Saturday at Fernan- A. Z. Adklns are being wired this Cox was one of the faculty of UM Z

pent I C. Powell Is reported to be I week for electric light The cur- BUS. ten yearn ago, and sine ,
pi \
Beach rent will be furnished by the FlorIda that time has been (caching !. it
of Bartow. is improving in slightly Jacksonville.at Riverside I ., ., ..}:, _...."; t:>: Power& Light Co. Brooksvllle/ t tu
l Hospital .... .'!1"--:' ...
B11wling .
with '
dthwek here
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Mrs E H. Smith has been calledto .
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Norfolk, Va., due to the illness -
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,mo Mrs ralli\ Manning and of her mother Mrs. Irene Wills. .." .....- .,...:.... .."" ,.... -..'?' "!,,' : '. __ -ro, ,"" : :
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been spending two ." . .. .. \::: 1r'- 'NtI;;
pave .
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lakeJyyBeftermspending ., ..._ l
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;lathe Inman Green is a patient at the .. .. .. "" ., re4 nAL
I returned Gill Hospital convalescing from an ... .. -:.-y ..,.. ,
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operation for appendicitis. : / r

a month f'O'v. .. .....
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York city.> "
'ew Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent several ---,.-. :: 1"-. ., '
""" /'AS DEAOLY
) days this week In St. Augustine ..r "
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I-,, Matt Lawson, of Birmiag- with Mrs. O. J. Griffin. : ... ':":;:-. :;,,:-... r. AS THE I
Ala, spent last Friday with .... ''fJ ..'" .. ;
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,, McLendon. Ir v ... -;; t ,- 1 4.aeATTLE2.; L
S[ B ---- Mrs., was R a C.recent Dowling guest, of of Jacksonville Dr. and r .." ,,_, ...: :: ". :... .......) ". ..... '-- ..'t'Y.\. GROCERYEVERYBODY'S
I- Mrs D. T. Clarke reed '0 /' ,
and '0 '
r Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. :
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Monday to their home In \ '

J! after a several weeks visit and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and SALE'

., nub Mrs Clarke' parents, Mr. and Mre. 1>1. C. Stith will spend I ,
N D. Walnwrlght, M' Y5
and Mrs } N
some time at Kingsley Lake REAL SPECIALS
I
Mrs. J. H Carradlne and Lee I ICarradlne. UK\tTTII'tJl. OOLUKN Rll'K v
of Lawtey, were vial- |
AUTOMOBILE tors here Wednesday afternoon BANANAS 5 Lbs. 17c

Dr and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of I KE\L TKNDMt: "'I..\. 4

OWNERS some Jacksonville time at, have Kingsley been Lake.spending! ROUND or LOIN STEAK Lb. 25c }

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--- I w >;r.;; --""' _: >j 1.1 pin in''W'/1WI.' | .......pffi I:*, ,?; ;, 'Ur. .;"....,J.f fJoJ<<' tEl ROCK
1'Ol' REALIZE YOUR
J1BILIT1'? BE THRIFTY, Out in the ocean about 2>/-> miles off "CORAL SNAKE"-although possessing
I Mantanzas is one of the most unusual of very small poison fangs i is provided with Pound 25c
.EE l'S FIRST A. CARVER 'ill) Florida natural wonders! Boiling up A venom that is more deadly in effect I

relul Drl\rra Can Save 20% JEWELER through the salt water is a fresh water than that of the thick bodied vipers I HEAD CHEESE LOAF2 Lb. 15c

Their .Automobile Insurance, r.pring.Vhen once the spot has been located "Thus, in spite of its pretty colors and alleged I i MINCED LOAF / Lb. 15c '
Con\enlent Terms Too WATCH CLOCK ANDGENERAL huge clouds of dark blue sediment 'docile nature it should be ghti NECK BONES
or
I can be seen rising to the surface of the rank in paint of deadliness with the long-

[ OLD RELIABLE STOCK REPAIRING I sea and it is said, if done quickly, that fanged \ipers." The Coral Snake halt> at I PIG EARS 3 Pounds 25cFRYERS
('OIPANY.4utOOlobllFlreUfe: which reaches lengthof
All Work GuaranteedIN ,one can dip up buckets full of fresh sulphur cylindrical body a
water in the midst of the brine! So about three feet. Its eyes are very
GREEN BUILDING : strong is its current that it will float off small and beadlike and its coloration con BALLAKD'H CANOE (GUARANTEED) P
huge boats from its "boil." silts of broad rings of red and blac1' 6 Lb. 20c
FLORIDAC.
BVILSON REALTY STARKE
According to Ditmars, Curator of Uep- separated! by narrow rings of yellow.) 11 : ,

STXRKE silts in the New York' Zoological park, the is found in various sections of Florida r 12 Lb. 37c
U I% )

distinctive flowers 24 Lb. 69c
grace Miss Lula Redgrave left Mondayfor Mrs. S. A. Barefoot has returnedto Mr. and Mr. D. P. Carpenterand
cherry at herschel a visit In Petersburg, Virginia, her borne In Sanderson after a Mr and Mr*. T. T. Long have
II with relatives. visit here with Mr and :Mrs. P. M. moved In town after spending several lOc Size Medium CHIPSO, 3 for 23c
Jacksonville
Barefoot. week at Kingsley Lake. '
phone 7-2129 Mrs. Luther Rhodes has returned : 6c Size Medium IVORY SOAP, bar 5c ,

[ moot center piece nnusoal corsage I from a two week visit with I Mr. and Mra Eni. Davis and Miss Estelle Lynn who has been Swift's All Sweet Oleo, Lb. 14eSwift' Y, rqt
flower for gilt i relatives in Waynesville N C. Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Anderson haveas I visiting her brother and sisterinlaw '
their guest this Week; Miss Peg : Mr. and Mr. J. O. Lynn returned Country Roll Butter, Lb. 35c ';'a

NAT SEZ:: Mr. and Mrs. L. D Keller and gy Stone, of Archer.;' to her home In Milton, Sunday
LA. BULK SWIFTS JEWEL, or WHITE RIBBON
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I see by the paper that In a mar little son, Leo, Jr., spent the week- end with friends In Jacksonville.Mrs. Miss Helen Relnoehl, of Jackson- 12zc '
der trial being held In Lee Angeles ville, arrived yesterday to spend Mr. and Mr*. Leslie Libby and LARDIICLb.Carton

Exhibit "A" was" a four foot diamond Huldah Corpening spent several lay. with Mr. and Mr. E. children will return this week-end .48c
from Maine, where their
they pent I
M. Davis.
back rattle snake. While the Monday night In Hugh with her vacation with relative. They will 8 Carton 90c i f
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brin- '
parents 0 ,
Sy be accompanied by C. L. Stock-
expert was trying to pry his Jaw son. George Wainwright, of Jackson.
well who has been In Randolph
visiting E
RICH ,'
yule, IB i
spending several days
open, to see If he could still do Mr. and Mrs Orie A Wigginsand here with his uncle and aunt, Mr Vt. I I '

butdnetM, be got loose. That wa* children left Monday for a and Mrs. O. A .An"lJrlu. MILK 3 Tall Cans 19c

short vacation trip to North Caro-
one time when It dMn't take a I'INK-TAU. CANSALMON
lina. Mrs. Virginia Jbbn.on. Miss '
court order to clear the court Margaret Johnson*atod ills Lilly JUST Can 9c !
room. t Mr. Bob Wells, of Palatka, Is McRae were In Gainesville Monday
the guest this week of :Mr. and afternoon. MA.XWRLI. HOUSE or III\ME A SANIiOKN'M'

.. Mrs Nat Sternberg at their Kings- t t:
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ARRIVEDBIG
Icy Lake home.Congressman Mrs. J. T. :r.looreand Jimmy

Moore, of Plant City', are visiting I FL MONTE TENDER

LOVELYRAYON Green moved Into and their Mrs.Kingsley R. A. Kingsley Mr and Lake.Mrs. M. F. Brown at SUGAR PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 27c ,,

Lake home on Thursday of last 7 t,
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week. Mrs. W E. Middleton and Mrs SHIPMENT ARGO PRUNES 2 Lb. Carton lOc ,
E. S Matthews spent several days
a W. J Epperson Jr., of Jacksonville this week with Mrs O. J. Griffinin MACARONI DrSPAGHETTI
I spent several days this week St. Augustine ABC Package 3c
i here with his mother, Mrs W. J. i
I -- lOc Package MATCHES, 2 for 15clOc J "
;' Under..TrJin s Epperson. Mies Madge Middleton will return -
s
home this week-end from 5c Box MATCHES, 3 for
H. Coleman, of PERCALES
Mr and Mrs. H. Jacksonville where she has spent
Sanford are spending this week the rut ten dayp TMU.K BLACK-IH'I.K '

as >. TBW styles, smartly designed, here with Mr. and Mm J. E. Wil !I IV SALT box 2VC ?F.PPF.R ft! ? nc .a '

r JN carefully made, yet these son. Mrs Georg.Jarks: and little THE NEW FALL j
daughter. :Marjorie! of DeLand are: j
dainty Rayon Under-thIngs by Mrs. C. L Young Is spending sev- vliiticff! at the take with :Mr: and PTTERNSCOME
Muniingweartrepopularlypriced.Panties eral days in Jacksonville with her Mrs. A. M. Darby. ARGO SUGAR PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans 25c ,3
g daughters Mrs. C. J. Pergola and -. 1 TABLE r "
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r bloomers chemise made Mrs. Karl Floreus :Miss Minnie Pettit, of Alachua I PEACHES No. 22 Car 15c "' "" +

of fine rich Rayon specially processed Is speeding!!' several days here with SLICED"' or ("U'II"OPINEAPPLE;" : "$ 'i'
Come and Col, Miles G. Dennis, ct Fort
; by Munsingwear. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
White Is here visiting his son-in- and! Mr. Charley F;. Johns. No. 2 Can 14c
d tee them. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs E. AND JOINOUR

49c 8t C. Priest. Mrs. E. J, Enrtosh, of Fort I TOMATOES]'{ 4 No. 2 Cans 25c
up Worth, Texas, is the guest of !.Ir..
Miss Ann Davis of Jacksonville A S. Crew She ,Is a niece of the --- ,
was the guest of Miss Ruth late Col. Crews LARGE IIMtHP&GSOAP r .,;
\\E SELL JUST ARRIVED Sternberg at Kingsley Lake last -- CRISCO I
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\"II.LE wiNDOW A New Shipment of week-end. Mrs E. E. Can ova and daughter. CINDERELLASTOCKING
Miss Mary Canova: have moved to Pounds 55c ,

S SHADES TOM SAWYER\ CENT A WORD the their summer.Kiogsley Lake cottage for 6 Pounds $1.07 3 For lOc I':

Green .1' Ecru SIIIRT!! FOR BOYS CLUB I HOI)A THICKERfiKAIIAM r', +
SUGAR
to It"e Mr*. E. E. Cacova and daughter : !
CRACKERS
COLUMNFOR ; .
49c MIA/ Mary Canova, spent Wednesday OINf.EK
S179 Find Out
__ comfortable ; In Gainesville with Mr. and ''I
RENT-Large 5 Lbs. 25c
:Mi*. J. J. CanovaMr .
i\re IIf'adqua.rt.-rs for apartment, Mrs. F. H Long ltp I How .NA Ib b'XlOc .

:\IES'S WriRK DO YOU SEW 100,000 MISSIONARY Strawberry I I : and Mrs. Glen Wood hav3icved 0.\ 'lUTE SIDE t a
WE SElL McCALLk'f'raDeor plant for sale Ready to dig. to Orlando this week the To Get A BACON L0. 16c ;
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C CLOTHES Apply to T. M. Williams, Box 26, change being necessary on account BACON, Lb. 12/c
PATTERNS Route 2, Starke. 6-26-8tp: rf Mr. Wood work";' PAIR OF HOSE PORK & ,
(
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.it.itIIHOLLi
Paabs
Furnished apart- BLUE ROSE "
FOR RENT --
SIHPU'JTYO Mrs Emma Murphy ha returned BEANS
AND ment, three rooms, private bath GRAIN ,,1 sal' 1
home after spending three
$$1 00 sink In kitchen. Private entrance weeks visiting relative and FREEJACOBS'
PATTERNS St I II RICE 5 lbs. 25c 3 Cans
O 1 re Quality Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, S. Walnut I I mod In North Carolina. We::

FOR SALE-Operating table ant: I
chair, Irrigator with 2 basin, I Mrs J. L. Lynn and daughter, > \
IT PAYS TO BUY AT instrument table with 3 glass Mrs. Adrian McNair and Miss Dorothy SWEET ONIONS 3 Lba 10eBENNETTS

enamel. Also of Milton, and Mr Eugene REUSII or
shelve, all white
STERNBERG'S] No one reasonable roll-top/ oak offer desk refused.and chair Mr' *. Eamonda, spent and son the, Norman week-end, of with PenaacoU I NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFF1CE! SALAD DRESSING, Qt. 25c'' r ;r f fJ fr

J. H. Carradine, Lawtey. Itp Mr and Mr*. J. O. Lynu.'o ,

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!SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TILE/IRAPIf. 8TARKE. FLORIDA 1PRiDAr, Jr LY
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'2'.' ;:''1'1r TOBACCO GAIN EXPECTED
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Company
//1\1i ; protein and mineral salts, particularly to avoid anY
". LIVE OAK-Increased market the office cOlltul!
r ," I.
I i lime and phosphates. expects.,
ing gave In three
To qualify for payments under years
bacco dealers hopes today of sales duced Insurance throuJ

; i gram the Agricultural, aeedings of Conservation lespedeza, serl-Pro- LIVE STATE NEWSNews approaching 4,000,000 pounds durIng partitions cost PI't'DllUIIIa

I J FARMERS SECTION cea or kudzu, made alone or in the season opening In August while the total amourn approXlmatelr or
ti'IY The Works Progress Administration plete the
J connection with perennial grasses, system will run
(; may earn a soil-building, or Class' of Florida in Short Paragraphs constructed a warehouse, the the treasurer said tboul 11'
.! Demonstration Afrcata
\ :'\ Conducted by third In Florida's only market for
; IT, payment of $2 per acre, when -..
ii ..h \ ) J : seeded on crop land between January the product. It will be operated by Some of the white" -

1, 1936 and October 31, the State Marketing Warehouse 1&1I0
1936
i It In San Luis
't' J Valley
Association under the direction of ra
-- --- -- --- Inclusive. Austrian winter peas. her t
Nathan Mayo, commissioner of height of about 1.000
vetch, and other locally adapted fat
shapes to set lamps on so as to CANAL INVESTIGATIONOCALA COMMISSION' REVOKED
To Housewives concentrate light where Illulnatlon winter legumes, may earn $1 per agriculture. -- ..
; Hint Lieut. Col. Brehon TALLAHASSEE Cover nor .
acre, when seeded on crop land be- I A little lemon
Is moat wanted. Somervell In charge of Sholts has revoked the commission JUice
engineer FLORIDA LUMBER USED brlrt,
tween January 1, 1936, and October the
flavor
) Places to put things away make Florida Ship Canal construction, of John O. McNamara of St. Au- 01 oilier fruitIACKSONVILL
Jui
1t1 Weekly from Hems Deme.eh.- 31, 1936, inclusive. FT. MTERS-Few of the thousands -
for order In the Ivling room. In an said this week engineering and gustine as lieutenant colonel in the
I U.,. $ped.lla.., TaHaJuMMW old house It may not be possible to Soybeans velvet beans, cowpeas, geological investigation would continue Florida national guard "for the who stroll along the world-
crotalaria, beggar weed, and other famous board walks at Atlantic
put a closet: In the living room, but I after actual digging stops good of the military service.' Mc-
locally adapted summer legumes, City, N. J., will realize that at the
BUILT-INS FOR TIIE a cabinet In the ball might help. Construction funds are exhausted. Namara tendered his resignationfrom
If grown on crop land in 1936. and same time their feet are on a partof
LIVING ROOM AND HALL Every farm home needs some placeto the guard some months ago
vines stalks left land and
or on Florida. But such will be the
'F care for business papers or to to become a candidate for adju-
PROJECTS
SEEK WORK
seed not harvested for oil-mill case when rebuilding of the resort
d If a living room Is to fulfill itspurpose write letters. A built-in desk with tant general. It was not acted up-
crushing, may earn $1.50 per acre. TALLAHASSEE The State promenade, with select, Florida
for all the family It must a flat top and drawers or shelvesat on at the time. .
'i If plowed under green, they may Planning Board has authorized a long-leaf, yellow pine, la completed. -
'
for storing in orderly each side would not be too ambitious .
y provide amply
Y { earn $2 per acre, Mr. Clayton says. statewide survey to select works An order for 1,000,000 feet of
fashion all the Indoor recreation an undertaking for a good TO USE CANAL HOUSESGAINESVILLE
Any sorghum, Sudan grass, or projects suitable for a six-year the lumber was received recentlyby
When
the
home carpenter. living
leisure-time equipment
{ I and millet, seeded solid or broadcast, program financed by Federal and The University a Lee County lumber company
: i! from books to card games.Strangely room does not provide a quiet cor- may also earn $1 per acre, when I local funds. Local planning councils of Florida is ready to undertakethe after officials of the resort city
enough, very few living ner for It, sometimes the space I adult educational at
., I before at the end of seeded between January 1, 1936, will report on available projects program had concluded an exhaustive investigation
have, closet and If there suggested .
"room'- -- a all in their communities Camp Roosevelt, Ocala Dr. John
; ; and July 31, 1936, and the crops of the best the market
is one, It is generally needed for the hall could housed and shelves said in J
J. ,
left on the land or plowed under Tlgert. president gnawer bad to offer in weatherresistingtimber.
; An Ingenious home carpenter for files and records built nearby. FLORID
r p
,,4f wraps. TREASURY GAINS to press inquiries following The Florida product was ;
benches settles
Fireside or are
matters in several
can remedy
Mr. members of the a Washington news dispatch that
Clayton or
TALLAHASSEE-State chosen because
Treas- its l
If the living not too difficult for anyone skillful longlastingheart YOut
however, and ki.41..1 nbn..4l
ways not used the -
all with tools. Low window seats have county or state commltee can ad- urer W. V. Knott reported theState'll "buildings by engineers content makes it a desirable
Itself does not yield
room there be always proved useful for storage vise farmers in Florida on these treasury balance at the end would be turned over to the structural wood for sea-side con ,.rw.,1i..aie$ Awl I-a/d i,
the space: needed, may practices and rates of payment, of the fiscal year June 30 was $9- University of Florida for extension 'ditions. .1 J ww J.Juri., E.r
parts of the entrance ball that and comfortable to sit on when .. nw
educational Nil
what it will be purposes.
,
showing necessary: 944,408.47 against $4,813,38624 on .wp au.
fitted with cushions.
might as well be taken for an extra padded .
set of shelves a shallow closet, a to do In order to qualify for pay- June 30, 1933. June receipts in TREASURY MADE MORE SAFE -a,awa.. ..J Mi.ed.t..N.q
ments. the treasury were 3639329.38 SOLD FOR TAXES;
i" telephone shelf, or some other con- FLORIDA FARMS NEED TALLAHASSEE Installationof All CONORIONFO
t venience. ADEQUATE ACREAGES while disbursements were $2,870- MIAMI-William V. Big Bill) steel mesh partitions In two departments COCIIAN LOUNGE totlu !

PLANTED TO LEGUMES OUSTED OFFICIALTALLAHASSEEC. 77015. Dwyer's Palm Island Club, which of State Treasurer W. RwS.s4.d
,
55 5 Here are some suggestions from Jay Hardee .
-- charged $20 a plate for supper V. Knott'a office has been completed $ /0 t..It10
1 t :Miss Virginia P. Moore, specialist GAINESVILLE importanceof suspended Hlllsborough County TAG SALES INCREASETALLAHASSEEThe when it opened in 1934, is to be This finished a tear CI {1.00 t4 t....{)>Q
i with the gas
in home Imporvement ..,
+ said .ql. I. .
Solicitor, came here and .al a+ Id
S State Demonstration Department. adequate legume acreage and its I first ten sold for $4,000 back taxes It was system started three years ago, W+a... I..1Mk.qw. 1100
he wanted to look the
over
"just
Bookshelves may be built In the place in a sound farming systems days sale of half-year automobile learned this week. The fashion Knott stated. The equipment, a eou.o wwN
He called at
it between windows, recognized in the provisions of charges against me. 'license tags nets Florida $61- able night club In Biscayne Bay which was Installed over the week- N M0111

r 1. i along living walls room, in odd spaces out in :the Agricultural Conservation Program Governor Sholtc' office and announced ,483.22, according to a report from Dwyer's home nearby, and several end by the Lake Erie Chemical | ( /l0.
be would be for the
H. G. Clayton, hi charge of ready the office of B. F. Mlzell. Sales ota will be auctioned off from the
the ball Long, low bookshelves caring on Aug. 4, when he will
the agricultural conservation pro- for the same period last year steps of the Federal building July
and the surface
decorative top
J
are :
II. set of gram In Florida, says. reply to his suspension. The Hills- brought In 4480008. Better en- 28 to satisfy a lien for overdue FUNERAL
to vases DIRECTORMy
S provides places
Grand
recommended -
borough County Jury
forcement of the state's motor ve- amusement and admission taxes.
bowls In pointing out the Importanceof
flowers, interesting or trays Hardee's suspension,
{ lamps, candlesticks, or a small ra- legumes, Mr. Clayton said that which Governor Shoitz made on hicle laws Is credited for this year's Many Years Experience Hakes It Possible for Me to Render

I t legumes protect the soil from ero- he basis of neglect of duty in increase. WINS $50,000 SUIT EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

d I i dio.Such shelves may also be design sion and conserve moisture and I gambling prosecutions. GAINESVILLE-A six man jury MODERATE PRICES
food rapid run- LET'S GO SWIMMINGJACKSONVILLEOfficials! awarded George C. Moore,
plant by preventing High I
of BeWITT C. JONES
c ed to take care papers or magazines --------
'T \r sheet music victrola records, off of surface water. I BEER, LIQUOR TAXES of Springs, $50,000 for injuries which Starke, Florida

j,." 1' 1 ; y games or toys. If the articles When plowed under, or left on YIELD U. S. $63,953 the federal alcohol tax unit said he received on August 2, 1935,
,';, h I' here enough illegally distilled liquor while employed by the Atlantic
> 1'1 stored on the shelves look rather the land, legumes increase the fertility
I.,' ; miscellaneous, draw curtains will of the soil, adding to it nitrogen Federal tax collections from retail was confiscated In Florida Coast Line Railroad as a switch

:': I ;'1 conceal them from view. taken from the air. Of the beer and liquor dealers in last week to fill a large swimming man. The testimony brought out

I, (,1 I' Other useful hall or living-room three plant-food elements which Florida for the current fiscal year, pool. Agents said state and fed- that Moore injured his back when For

"?:\ 1.t : shelves include a small shelf for farmers commonly buy to apply to which began July 1, have amounted eral taxes on the liquor would have a grab Iron pulled loose from a Expert RepairingSmith's

';'i, ,J fff. i, the telephone. ; one '.small vlctro their soil-nitrogen, potash, and to $65,953: : J. Edwin Larson, col- amounted to $6,644. Eighteen persons aasenger coach as he attempted'to
-nitrogen can be supplied lector of internal in this were arrested and seven automobiles mount and threw him upon a
phosphorus revenue
'i',: : la or radio shelves for plants,
; I
:, and hundreds of dollars steel step, Injuring his spine.SUWANNEE .
; f which add much to the furnishing by legumes. Any greenmanure State, announced in Jacksonville.
,
: I ) ) turned under adds or- The dealers have until 31 worth of still equipment seized. -q
4 !I". of the room. A broad folding shelf crop July .. GaragePhone
j for desk ganic matter and Improves the me- to purchase the required liquor RIVER PARK
!1 t j !.1 use as a might prove very
.e l' .'r convenient in a room where space chanical condition of the soil, pre- stamps which will be good for the HIGHWAY SAFETYJACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE-FIfteen hun-I

J.I I I, 'J r S : is at a premium. If lamps are vents packing or crusting, and Increases twelve months period, collector "Florida's dred acres of land have been ac-

t used, small wall shelves, braced underneath the water-holding capacity. Larson explained.To highway safety record compares quired along the Suwannee riverin 120
!: ; ', can be made In attractive Poor stands of crops can often be date, 2187 retail dealers in favorably with those of other Hamilton and Suwannee Counties -

',,1' : attributed to poor mechanical con- liquors have paid their $25 tax, states and although there was one as a nucleus for developmentof Wrecker Service Day or Night

V ji dition of the soil because of defic- for a total of $54,675. Beer license more traffic fatality during the a state park to typify the spirit

ient organic matter.In stamps sold number 564 and first six months of 1936 than In of Stephen Foster's song "Suwannee -
.utll Mia;;::
addition to saving the soil, cost $20 each, the total to date being the same period of 1933, let us remember River," it was announced by C.

legumes save money for the farmer 11280. 83.000: additional vehicles H. Schaeffer, director of the FlorIda -

"' \ 4' 6 6 6 !. S d.,.. Mr. Clayton points out, by re- Last year between 6,000 and 8,- used the highways", -Aaher Frank, Park Service. "We believe/ the

itriI': ,: J' COLDS ducing feed bills, when the acreageIs 000 dealers were operating in the state safety director, stated here harming and profound sentiment

'I' adequate for pasture and hay, State. this week of Foster's masterpiece will be fully -

,ui, I' ;, LI""ln/ TABtKTS flr.t day. and aiding in maintaining the and adequately symbolized In
\ 1i1 .' SAL.VR NOBS) H..d.fhe.. SO of livestock at maximum Last STATE this Those it will
f,1 sneers M!..... health a month China spent $3,000- DEATHS INCREASE park. visiting
ti point of vigor. Legume hay and 000 with the United States for air JACKSONVILLE-Dr. Stewart carry away with them a feeling of /

",k.$ S'S','i,N,<< Try "Rah-Mr-TlDM"LI.I._..Wvrld'B fast pastures rate high in vitamins, planes. G. Thompson, director of the state having actually visited the spot

board of health bureau of vital which inspired the writing of the

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(Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) Association, will end this
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pv city won the approval of President uBingJeperuiable, ,
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1 1 i' rs work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. says the magazine, drained a glassof the state contest with winners j ESSOLUBE Motor

I variety the new product, and judging from forty-seven other states and 5 gives you extra mile

t from his pleased expression, it "hit the District of Columbia, will be ; of ler\lice-at no extra:

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CHCBCH get chance a legal they trial didn't__a give legal me.defense They'll Defendant No.1. KIrby Dawson, I clean up the jail mess.; In the ashes room by Charlie and Tom Into a I
T I known u "Bubbles Dawson, who, I found this enclosed ring. Nobody corridor.
11 C.) B- PrIce, Pastor a legal judge. and a legal death. according to tae testimony, was In knew It so I was keeping It for a Tom
10 o'clock a. m., But I can t do It myself A dead was wearing a raincoat just
the
Green
'v School Light Inn all during the mement-< but It is upsetting like Joe'.! Her wandered
man can't file char&u."ou'l glance
%! ?, SUptWorship 1 rt \ haveto commission of this crime." my conscience, so I am gettingt down the
do to It a
it pocket. had been
for
11 m. me. See this? I
a. tore
f
g !< a wutw rr u.uut *rcsu s this page out of a law book In the A picture was thrown upon the off my chest I don t dare sign half torn out and sewed up-with
P U.y 7:15: p.Worship m.T:30 m. I public library. screen. It showed men running In this or I might get lynched myself.: blue thread! She had sewn Joe's
g : p. the door of the jail Dawson was Inside the ring Is an engraved Inscription torn pocket with blue thread!

S Teachers Meeting, Wedne- The The law proved not so simple. the leader. Then It showed Dawson 'Henry to K :'I can't "Why didn't you tell me Jose

'1:15: p, m- SYNOPSIS:-Driving from Chicago glare in the sky. District Attorney. at Capital pouring kerosene on a pile of decipher the rest except. In a different alive?" she asked.

.weekyIpm'I prayer service Wea- to a western town to meet his Breathless, stumbling, terrified City was sympathetic, but what broken desks, chairs and crates In style of engraving, to (To Be Concluded)
could
girl Katherine Grant, to be married Katherine pushed her he do without a corpse? "Ev the jail Itself. A stop-action picture Joe: "
Joe Wilson Is way through ery move I make I bump into a was called for Defense
suspected of the mob of men, women and by the District objection to Introducingan
boys stone
Metfeadit' Chore being one of a kidnap gang and arrested In front of the jail. She saw a lamp The wall. Sure, they're guilty. Attorney; It revealed Dawson anonymous letter as evidencewas

n, )I. Montgomery. Pastor. Just before reaching hU post and slung to it to keep from debris way they cleared away the clearly, unmistakably an expression sustained, and the District Attorney
illY j School-10 a. m. goaL Inflamed townsfolk march sinking down. Sobbing for of the jail In jig-time proves of sadistic joy on his face. recalled Katherine Grant to
wora.blp-ll .. m. to the jail to breath, that ashes and all dumped Into Dawson glared at the the stand. "Have
fDlIIl get him but are held she raised her towards screen, his you ever seen this
rtII League--7:30: p. m.eaJ1JI off by the Sheriff with tear-gas i burning building.eyes Her face the I the river. Before I can charge any mouth half open with fear. The ring before?" he asked. '

Worship, 8 p. m. bombn.. Kathertne, waiting to In stark terror. froze body with murder I'll have to prove other defendants squirmed uneas "Yes," she replied after examining N

art Invited to all these aerv- meet Joe, hears that he Is In Jail that a murder was committed. AndI ily. The newsreel was again flashed it. Th. M*lr* J
At an upper barred window she can't even find one who'll Hwrlnr ..*.. q tj
I "
person "Where?
at u nearby town, and, the but saw Joe on the screen, showing other And when I rr.sit J M r with ij
bus having gone, starts down the Wilson. The agony on swear that at the time the jail was members of the mob--Mm. Sally "In the railroad station In Chicago NOW fall NOO y.w
resbyteriren Church Joe's face In the light of the burned your brother was In It at *.. t* .._ .
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MinisterSam road to go to him hoping for a lift. flames Humphrey throwing a lighted rag; as was leaving to come o M. .f Nrelger.YOq .
n."rrs" H. Lowry. was a counterpart to her all If one person would admit It, Frederick Garrett fighting the here. It was my mother's wedding aMe HurHAROLD -

; -Sabbath. School CHAPTER FOUR own terror. I'd go before" the grand jury to- firemen who attempted to extinguish ring. I gave It to Joe He put It -c .lar...........
M ,.. M. Morning Worship: "There he Is! At the window!" morrow. the flame for possession of on his little finger" r

? by the pastor. TilE MOB AND THE MAN cried voices. "Drive him back!" Charlie and Tom went to see the hose Mrs. Garrett, who had "How can you be sure this Is the
YesSsvice.
op. m. Young Peoples "Get back there, Wilson."" . Katherine. The doctor was just testified that her husband was ring you gave him?" C WALL

From the windows of a house "What're you looking for' The leaving She did not know them- home all evening, fainted. Twentytwo "It had engraved In It, 'Henry to

p' -Evening Worship. overlooking the jail at Saga, news- Peabody girl seemed dazed. Impervious to all defendants were thus Identified. Katherine.: Henry was my fath I I.to.

,good-Baptist Church reel cameramen were rapidly and A woman held up her child to outside senaatlon. She hud been In er's name. My mother's name was
Pastor efficiently see that face at the window. An- that condition, her landlady told Defense Katherine. After the 'Katherlne'
taking attorneys
1 Homingway, pictures of the were quick on
.r. every Sunday. Bible jeering catcalling mob threatening other woman tell on her knees, them ever since she was brought their feet. "Your Honor, our in the ring I had engraved 'to Joe

tees 4v.5a.: m. Services at 3:30: the Sheriff and his deputies. They praying: "Oh, God, forgive him back from Sage. Charlie spoke to clients are not on trial for beingat andA. -"

kin: tfternoon. did not dare work In the open; and forgive our trespasses ." her compassionately yet eagerly. a fire, for starting a fire, or for woman's hysterical scream In
their cameras would have been The sight of that agonized face "We're Joe's brothers, Katherine. bashing In a jail, but for the murder terrupted. She was one of the de

1W BAPTIST CHURCH smashed, and themselves subjected at the window Infuriated the en- Charlie and Tom. Try to remember of Joseph Wilson, which the fendants. "We did It! We did It''! .

v. L A. Donnley, Pastor to bodily attack. raged, blood-thirsty mob as thoughIt ." State has not proved. Who proves Tell her to atop!!"

a every first Sunday.day "Oh boy!" cried the head feared its victim might squeeze At the name of her lover, a that Joseph Wilson was In the jail The rest of the defendants, overcome
School, 2:30: p. m. "We'll the cameraman through the bars and escape its shudder passed over Katherine's I I at the time the jail was burned?" by panic, seized her, tried to

., Study and Prayer Services 'with this stuff! Where's sweep country?" vengeance. A perfect hall of stones face. She appeared to make a "We call Katherine Grant to the pull her down and quiet her, but
Tony
Saturday night "Taking stills" replied an assist rattled against the walls of the great effort to think. After a time I stand said the District Attorney. she continued her hysterical con
burning building, against the bars. fesnion.
ant. she recognized them. After the preliminary questions
"I
got a spot for some swell
pint! Christian Church Then Katherine's numb terror "Charlie, Tom Oh Charlie, I and answers were over she was Instructed "I can't stand It any more! I
closeups. left her. She found want to confess! I threw stones at I
her voice.
"No!
W. T. McOulre, Pastor to tell her In her
fi. saw him I saw Joe, behind story
"That's fine, but take care of No!" she cried gaspingly, and him -- I helped kill him! We all
10 a. m.tmIIunlon own
,k] School, the bars In that burning jail way.
11 a. m.r1Itlan yourself" This mob eats cameramen slumped down In a faint His poor face the agony . "I fixed a little lunch of things helped kill him! We're all gulltyl"She a q

Endeavor, 7 p. m. A boy, gasping for breath, ran the mob yelling." Joe liked, with flowers on the table tried to pull away from restraining
Iyer meeting Wednesday 7:30: "Hey! cried an assistant at another up Into the mob, crying: "Soldiersare and and salted peanuts. He hands, to go to Kath could You A.kT
window. "They're going to coming! Four truck loads oiem "The witness, whispered Charlie was always fond of them. I wentto ertne "Let me talk to her, let me

&Ching Second and Fourth break in the jail door!" !" I Ito Tom. "We've got 'em!" Sycamore Corners to meet him, tell her I dldn t mean Forgiveme ,

La! 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I stopping on the way to remind the Oh, please forgive me! For
) CIIM'IKR FUR "
give us all! We didn't know
minister that Joe and I would be
30,000 Mile. Tutus
larks Episcopal Church I there at four o'clock to be marrIed "There Is your answer to this on ;j '
t THE CLINCHING case," said the
District ,
and We d been Attorney
-nice on second, fourth away from each other
l&iidayi at 11 o'clock a. m. I EVIDENCE for more than a year and I I-loved I "Your Honor, the State recta"
,
Katherine, dazed, sickened
at him so." con
and choir practice I
o'clock y on Friday nights preI Because of the nation-wide prominence She told how she had learned fused! lowered her eyes. They Proven-Rugged-Reliable) 1 ;
t that had been given by the came to rest upon the communication
that he wall In Jail
Sunday services. as a kidnap suspect I
I newspapers and the radio to the how she got to Sage and look which had accompanied the

sham Christian Church t i; Peabody kidnapping and the burnIng ed up from beside the lamp-post, ring, were fixed upon a word made I
ty of an Innocent man In the jail of printed letters, pasted together"
1tIV. C C Johns, Pastor "I saw him In the burning window ; t. ,
1ce second and fourth Sun- t-- Judge Daniel Hopkins permittedthe behind the bars, his poor face the word was "mementim. Still e '

111 amand8p.me trial to be broadcast Joe I The mob was screaming "Therehe dazed, more confused than ever, )
Wilson could not remain so faraway Is'. she was taken out of the court '.
School every Sunday 3 p.m. 'They threw stones, hitting Coupe*-Sedan*-Trucks
ce every Sunday night 8fayer as Chicago; he came to Capital him, driving him back from the
City and went into hiding in a window-back Into the flames." FOR SALE BY
room his brothers had found for Defense 101 .. :: : : i y :
lawyers tried to shake .
meeting Wednesday r ,. a him. He had radio ,, Henry A. McClellan
in
a put qo he her testimony, to get her to admit /.1' "'b'C
could listen In the trial. : .
on '
that she was so unstrung and ner- \MLLYH DEALER \

They turned, stared Witness after witness was called vous that she expected to see Joe i. ,, 6. ,,$: ; 901 Main HtroetJACKSONVILLE
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't' with bulging eyes. by the District Attorney in the attempt Wilson In that jail and that what FLA. J
r;' "J-JoeMoer! cried to prove the presence of the she thought she saw was nothing yes I/Iesesseee' Sew --.hl
JOB JONES ,. Tom. men charged with murder In the but a hallucination. They were un ........... ...... s.d S.sealhs3 ... Or.Write ,
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mob that had stormed, burned and able to shake her. isa M rssalyMley Southern "'illy. Distributor

nenta On Here dynamited the jail. The state's "Under the law," said an asso- 2S4 Peachtree-Atlanta, Oa.

And Hereafter witnesses swore to alibis for the ciate defense attorney, "lives must

Their supply of gas-bomba nearly "Beat it!" "The Militia!' men on trial. Even Sheriff Hum- not be taken on assumption but on r

exhausted the Sheriff and his deputies "Soldiers!" cried many voices and mell swore-though the perjury facts Where Is the corpse of Joseph

world says "get all you can had taken refuge from the the mob began to disperse. came hard to him- -that he had not Wilson?"

pi all you get." Christianity mob inside the jail. They stood behind "I got an Idea," said a .miner.

ta us to get all we can hon. the desks, chairs, and other "We can fix It so they won t even w
ty'' and legitimately and give furniture they had piled up againstthe be able to find the jail! I got some :

ything we have to God. Every door listening to the thud, thud dynamite sticks!" UpIfrz

.t we have came from God. of a pole the crowd was using asa "That's the stuff!" said his com

an no right to capitalize theof battering ram. panion They ran towards the jail.

God for ourselves. If we "Lock those cell-block doors, "Walt! Here's a woman fainted,'

personality and executive Frank!" cried the Sheriff to the said a man retreating from the

7, we should remember that lock-up man. "Boys, get the fire crowd. I

> talents came from God. Ev- hose ready! Well drown the rats! "Help her up," said the woman
'dent Is a gift from Him. Wean Give me the rest of those bombs. with him. "We can't leave her. ; da. 1 1orrlt I

right to take anything But don't shoot! No matter what A roaring explosion from the Jail : at Ymm011 O Wei I I
His hands unless we are happens don't shoot!" drowned her voice. Aa the roar 1' t: r .1

1 to give back to Him what Above the din came the voice of subsided, screaming of brakes an .1J

yes to us. Joe Wilson, only part of whose nounced the arrival of the trucks ,1
f "Let i iIlir
words were intelligible of militiamen. a'vl '

ton In Rome, do as the Rom- out! . ..11 talk me a chance! Charlie and Tom Wilson sat In t:1.:

ia.>" That is a wicked Idea.In talk to them!" the room they had shared with Joe

Rome, do as a Christian With a crashing of splintering staring numbly at the headlines of x m

14 do. AS a Christian, I am wood, the door gave way amid the a newspaper. r la
the world and not abuse it. I cheering and jeering of the mob. confess. G-
"Kidnappers caught;
How
be
&alin Paris or London or The leaders burst Into the room, Men nab whole Helen Pea- can you
'. I eat at the table, sleep in knocking aside the furniture. Sheriff body and ransom gang.money returned. sure this is the ting

***. and travel on the buses Hummell and Bugs Meyers Charlie stared at the headlines in you gave hlrnZ"

cities, but If I am a ChrlsI turned the hose on them, momen- another Chicago paper: "Innocentman

do not do what the people tarily knocking back those In the lynched! Burned alive by a. aw
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1 i e& they live as Christians van. The Sheriff and his deputies mob!" He crushed the paper and I

to live. Daniel did not dothe swung the butts of their guns until threw it away. recognized any members of the "Before the jail site was cold," ', ?

Romans did when he was they were wrenched from their mob. He said they must have been said the District Attorney, "witnesses -
"Yeh, now he's innocent! Yeh. e !
Y hoot! home. He lived like a hands. men from out of town. The hostess testified that they cleaned It :
onl "I can't get It out of bead," '
of God ought to live. Many The mob was in control of the my at an unsavory Inn testified that up and dumped the ashes Into the
said Tom. "Can't WhenI
leave their religion at home sleep" four of the defendants Dawson, river. In that way they got rid of
close .
jail.The
they travel abroad. A real lock-up keeper was pressed my eyes. Piper, Lopez and DurkIn spent the body of their victim."
tin! "If I could only get at them NATURE Itself alr ondltlon.. Florida
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just as true away from against the wall. "Give us those the entire evening In the cafe of "The law is that a corpse delicti, 1,,
"be fa at home. keys!" commanded Dawson."I dirty rats!" cried Charlie with a the Inn. Defense attorneys objected or at least fragments of a human buses. UK they. nail over. paved.oeniu highways, making n

r O O ain't got the keys, I tell you." vicious expulsion of breath. "We'regonna to almost everything statementor body, or articles known to have I their own breeze that him with !t a fresh crispness aad ,

met have changed." We of- "Where are they go out there, Tom the and get question from the District Attorney. been worn by him must be proved.It Invigorating zest only the ou&.o-d_,.* can give. Clean, .
skunks kill them
!lear that expression. This lasense. Too frightened to speak, the man them killed Joe.-" way The Judge threatened several has not been proved that Joseph cool, natural air 1 I. healthy, and the fragrance the :

ill, We now ride in au- pointed toward an Iron-barred dooron they times to have the court cleared Wilson Is dead. It cannot be prow countryside makes. ) travel by bus snore Interesting and l'i

*1It. In the old days pea- the landing. A man with a "That's ten-cent store talk. said ; a hill-billy was thrown out of ed. He may have escaped and be enjoyable. tliaa ever Fares are lower than by any other :
'de in fence the an Icy cold voice behind them. the room; a farmer fined for con alive
waeona. iv. H.t.n- to Dlcket from a ran up today-perhaps with his memory mode of trmmoortnUoa. a '
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fttd our fathers had no such stairs and tried to dislodge the They turned, .tared with bulging tempt. A defense lawyer Insistedthat gone, In the absence of convincing 1 'J
"I* The material thing keys. They were beyond reach. eyes: "J-JoeT Joe!" cried Tom. the State produce facts Instead proof of corpus delicti MANY EXTRA VACATION DAYS AT '

t 11II have changed Science "Get the lamp-poet! We'll breakIt "Pull down the shades. Put out of tittle-tattle. Your Honor, I move that this indictment THESE: LOW FARES. kT b !

1Cc000PIiabed a great deal for down!" cried a voice. that light," ordered Joe Wilson "I did not put these representative be set aside and the

contort, of Modern man. How- "We haven't got any time!" When they had obeyed he sat down citizens of Sage on the stand charge against these defendants be JACKSONVILLE ___ .80 CHICAGO _________16.80 s '

the Problem of right and shouted Dawson. "Those militla'U la a chair. "Know where.I've been except, on their oaths, to tell the dismissed." TAMPA2.60 NEW YORK ___.--18.20

bolda. It II just *' wrong be here! ,We'll smoke 1m out!" all day 11 In a movie-watching a truth," said the District Attorney, "I shall take the motion for dismissal ST. PETERSBURG3.05 WASHINGTON __..1X2O

may as It ever WM- It "Yeah that's the ticket!"- cried newsreel --> of myself getting "and so help them God they are under advisement said LAKE CITY ________1.19 PHILADELPHIA _.14.?' I
Picked to take Cod name In another voice. "Get some wood! burned alive. The place was pack all liars! I shall ask for their indictment Judge Hopkins, "until .t, morr9w. ORLANDO2,60 PITTSBURGH18.83 '
lOW al !" was when Break the furniture!" ed. The people got a kick out of for perjury on the evidence I will hear the State's arguments
Moses W. _
up PALM BEACH .5.25 DALLAS ._________1560
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the burned to death. that will prove the Identityof then.
In the confusion Joei's dog seeing a man
Mountains
with OCALA ___
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CINCINNATI __
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commandments In his hand Hash still tied to the radiator in "But, Joe We thought these defendants with that of The defendants were In a jubilant !
\\ro1lule' DAYTONA BEACH__2.45 ASHEVILLE ______ 80:
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members
active of the
mood when
Is
we have developed the Sheriff's office, got loose and How did you- twenty-two they were brought
\lIOdel'll world materially and streaked up the stairs towards "The explosion blew out the cell mob that burned the jail and lynch Into court the next day.

eve. been so dazzled' by our Joe's cell amid a hall of missiles. door. It killed the dog. Almost ed Joe Wilson.! I shall Introduce I Ied When the court was finally call.
elllenta that we have to a "That's his dog! Don't let her burned my side off. I got down a that evidence now to order, the Judge addressed THROt'UII SC'IIEHl/'LEii: / NORTHI.A

ntent lost sight' of the prlnor out! Keep her here with him!" rain pipe. Swam across a river. Hid After Judge Hopkins had heard the jurors: "Ladies and gentlemenof 4
right and wrong. The Hash squeezed between the bars in the country. Stole these clothes." the attorneys' arguments on the the jury, I have received an object AM 5:10: AM 2:0: I'M 9:13: PM
ot the burned bad? admission of this mysterious evidence which If authentic must be
motor- the hum of ma- of Joe's cell, crept Into his outstretched "Did you get -
!ry. !the noIse K0' the airplanes arm and fell to lickinghis asked Tom, gently. a contraption covered with a considered in evldnce In this case.
tIe'olce of "Yeh, but that don't hurt me. sheet was wheeled into the court Its authenticity you must decide

t gowned out radio the have voice well of Smoke face. began to filter up Into the You can't hurt a dead man. I'm room by two defendants It provedto for yourselves Over objection of UNION BUS STATION ,i

these dead. The whole country knows be a motion picture projection the defense, I have asked the District
thu corridor .
!0 The a broken heart or blot>S can out "I turn otf here, Miss" said the that Remember me preachln' machine. Against the back wall Attorney to present it to MRS. E. II. SMITH Agent t T

r<.t're two big Problems of the plumber who had given Katherinea to you to live right, be decent? I had been arranged an Improvised you. OnoniUtA Court IIoww Phone IZA-W !
sin You The judge warned the The District Attorney explained
and sorrow We must ,I lift In hIs truck. "Saga la only tried to-People won't let you. screen.
Cod to IOlve right, Charlie. Donnelll was spectators against any demonstration that the object had come in a special '
these thatawaywhereyou were
l .- -....- problems. ,:half a mile all over that red. Must be a right. I was wrong. But now I I and ordered the District At. delivery letter addressed to the 0 oa o o ''r
large theater see know. And I'U get 'em. I was ; torney to proceed. Judge. It had come with a communication .e
!! the In ,
fire Saga.
let, b.... In Palace of pretty big terrified catch In her burned to death by a mob of ani "State's Exhibit A," said the District formed with letters cut 1
.It deaf dumb Moscow1".r With a "A film record taken out of a and
IIId jumped down mals. I'm legally dead and they're Attorney. newspaper pasted up.
inhabitanta. breath Katherine at in He read the communication 'I
murderers. I know 'emalot by Ted Fetzgerald Sage :
wordof legally
and without a
ha from the truck of 'em. And they'll hang. The the regular course of his employ-I'I can't hide the truth any longer. I
", one running along '
: ju let started
b ot thanks
of eyes newsreel ) am citizen of who
fIve arm.. the branch road towards that red law says so. But I'll give 'em a ment as a cameraman. a Sage, helped


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BRADFORD OOPNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FtXHODAr FRDIErAO19 oil I.V
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;,!( Bradford Telegraph --- SPARE US THIS tcLO IDA 'NI I /ttA

County The worst suggestion of the TOO LATE ,
; r century it seems to us, comes from
Established 1877 George F. Getz, treasurer of the
Republican/ national executive TO CLASSIFY PNENOIMEXONlDorn
r
;\ '? MEMBERwRrA c=C=r/J\\ committee who comes forward .r RU.'Ktl. KAYSeer.tag ; TwEGPEATJAGt

PRESS ASSOCIATION A with the brilliant suggestion that rivrld Fr... ....*. tOYWIIEfJPfOf/AQ

1935 the people be taxed to pay cam- A HMXSXPOVr DFVuIO FDFROMfEA'77FIt4L
of Presidential
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paign expenses
'. .7.auva..td 7 elections. Last summer when I Journeyedwest ti tt

i -. ... .. -- "Place the elections under con- I took time out to': write a
/ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class trol of the United States treasury;" column or so describing my trip.

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Mr. Gets says. "Allot each partya And those aa particular so many columns people mentioned and said :

r _._ ..---- -- ---------_.,------ campaigns certain amount in the to various conduct states.their how much they enjoyed them now I

i E. L. Matthews _. ____ ___nnEditor and Owner Give each candidate the same' that I have my foot In the broad

... - _. .. --- - chance of election" highway again perhaps you will
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Theoretically thla might soundall find a travelogue or two restful
and interesting aa a substitute for
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance right would, but be practically DO way to speakingthere prevent political phooey -

1 Advertising: Rates on Application Interested persons with money Anyhow, Just as I was fb dn' to .n: ,i.
-------------- to the hide out somewhere /and do a little
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campaign fund of either party.In high-grade fish anatchin' with I "'e'ta-Wf:. --. .,,_':_- _, e >1 1wrYt,
By RED KERCEIn the meanwhile those of us notbin' to worry about but mosquitoes eprriat tsar by Soutaws !' tutr fns J.ctaoeriW +.vwtuw:...v
who can hardly afford to pay our and sunburn, along cornea' 1 ,
share of the salaries of public Earl Brown and Invites me to : "
gangland, the hand that rocks the cradle, bumps you ficlala would be forced to dish ot-I Cleveland to help George Clementstell
also for the sound wagons and oth- the world about Florida at the
elf. er forms of ballyhoo by which they Great Lakes' exp. llUon. II

o seek to gain office. So the Kay family, men, women,
In the new WPA set-up there will be no place for ZZZ- Again we repeat-to Mr. Getz and children,' plus a mesa of assorted c
I I If r goes a scallion for the worst suggestion baggage are wedged in the way-, r
I ? a men. of the century. old chariot and for the best partof ,

o -o- the day We've been "Marchin .,
YES NO MOSQUITOESIf Throdgh! G drgla'" like we was l
if What ever became of "It Can't Happen Here. Did ithappen
f owners of Kingsley Lake I Sherman or Time or somethin'.
,y ? property would all chip In and The little'' towns we've been
o make up an advertising fund to get through all look mighty prosperous -

t'' li + t A gentleman is a man who uses a salad fork when nobody fact before that the there people are of no Florida mosquitoes the munities., especially Roads the are farming all cluttered com-

looking. around that beautiful body of Water -
up with trucks loaded down with
they could almost write their
p pr watermelons and cantaloupes./ The
own price for their holdings there,
mud wouldn't be half bad if always peach crop Is beglnnin' to look {
Slinging so you were
r l : and get it. good too. Plantings of tobacco and tdp
the slinger and not the slingee. We don't expect a stranger to cotton were plentiful, with Iota of c .
o take: thla newspaper's word for it, corn in evidence.
i but feeling Is believing and if you
We often wonder if the pictures in seed catalogs are feel a mosquito at Kingsley LakeIt I took time out here and thereto -
talk to natives and didn't finda
must be one that has been Im
a' paintings or really photographs. one of 'em complainin. Merch-
ported on the clothing of someone +'
-A--- ants all seemed to be doing an ex- OKG 0' fIOkDABfNEST :
coming: in from a pest-lnfestec
cellent business and indica-
One exchange says that a landlady is a person" who area. tion to every SEA FOODS
points a busy summer.
alt'' J The best proof of the strange
'4 minces everything but her words.o Filling station attendant tell
phenomenon of a mosqulto-lesa T
me that travel South la increasing ?
o lake Is the fact that many of the U
and the 'em
as Georgia boys get
i'' 1 ''; When summer's past, we'll be so glad; homes on Kingsley are not even la goln' and comin' they are interested ..-
screened and yet if an occupant -. -
g l In winter undies we'll clad. in anything Florida does to '
go
seen scratching It Is ten to one stimulate travel. Quite a number::: Caused by the tremendous swirl of heat The flesh of the Stone Crab h consit(
o that he has the itch and not a mos of Georgia folks told me they were aver the St. John's river when Jackson- ered a delicacy of the highest order and ,

3, The higher a fellow flies, you know, quito No one bite.can- explain It. It just going to Florida this Bummer rille was destroyed by fire in'1901, a per- is doubtful if any other Florida sea: foe,

The harder he hits the ground below.o Is-that's all. most of them to Daytona, because 'ect waterspout was formed and traveled can surpass it in excellence. Cauel,
-o- that alert resort city baa been especially tong.the waterfront for quite a distance. chiefly in traps near the shore, the stop
MISS DIX N BABY TALK salve,In selling itself to ;Jo excited did many of the citizens be- crab is valued according to the size of th
note to editors: In your search for a sense of humor, Some sophisticates are diapoaed Georgians. West Palm Beach ome that some of them even shot at the claws rather than the size of the body, "

i never look under the hat of a paragrapher. to scoff at the writing of Dorothy however la out after her share; waterspout with rifles in the effort to the body meat is difficult to obtain. It I
o Dix and others of her Ilk. But and the first thing I ran Into whenI break it up. It is generally believed that marketed principally to the hotels nn

q'' d Add similes: As tight as the fellow who thinks a girl is admitting that much that cornea Wlnekoff walked into hotel the was lobby a of tropical the his is the only instance on record of sufih restaurants in this state. The Stone Cm

1' a gold-digger if she looks twice at a hot hog stand. ters from Is the pure pens drivel.of the It la advice-sis also true looking gentleman seated behind a i phenomenon. developing; from artificialteat. enjoys state protection for four moni.1closod ,

< Iff o that they turn out some unadultur- big West Palm Beach Invites You __ __ -1_' season, ending July 21st.:
r sign, passin' out literature and an-
ated common sense every once In
4? A stairway was stolen recently from a Missouri apartIIIftIIthouse. swering questions.
;: a while. sometimes not to hear them cussed than a seldom hurts them. Good
just I They get more men
i : Some criminal wanting to elevate crime, eh? For instance, Miss Dix recently Georgia la atartin where we left
Iff received the following : "We off a week o{ so ago; in other squeal-but because they have an dozen other people--and seldom derstand and believe In them.
o query '
of from the words they're,flxln' to elect a new honest conviction that those peopleare 'give a tinker' continental. Persecution ly the two-by-fours get gore '
A beauty expert says that an exclusive vegetable diet are a group girls ages and criticism-and getting an editor.-Plant City Enterp)
I of sixteen to eighteen who would governor-aqfl a half a dozen guys wrong. They seldom let personal -'
{;! will make you beautiful. She should try to tell that to a like to know if boys! prefer baby have alreadYiI.t.arted campalgnin. feelings prompt an'attack.' beat out of subscription accounts .
giraffe. talk to a drawl." As gather, Mr. The longer they, stay with It the /and other things what la honestly Empress Carlutta, of Me
,
This wall her reply: "I never I Talmadge alnft the "hot shot" he more the editor's personal feelingsare due them-they have at every fearing death after her retur
0 saw a boy who liked either baby I used to be, and Georgia will probably submerged and the public plr-. turn, but they get accustomed to it. Belgium would eat nothing
We are looking forward to the time when the motor talk or a drawl because either one get in line again by electing a It aria.*. Some of them smoke drink moderately eggs laid in her presence.
I lees chip-shouldered chief execu- The true Journalist doesn't care cuss mildly some times; kept a flock of hens In her I
1 't! magnates can't think of a single change to make in their new Is an affectation and if there is
models. anything that a boy can't stand It tive much if he ruins a good customerf some like a fight love good neighbors suite.A .
r r is put-on. I was surprised to find so many he feels that he has done something even If they are mill bands .-.- -'
o "The greatest mistake that a girl Georgia folks. interested In FlorIda for the public: The common hate sham and hypocrisy, have the sheet of parchment n>
; {f: It seems foolish to complain about the mild heat in Florida ever makes la when she poses aa: pontlcs. They've been watchln' man is always his friend. Editors fundamental principle of religion, three feet square was require

: when hundreds are dying from it in other parts of the being something different from,, our gubernatorial melee right close hate "uplty" people who try defend honest men. despise indol- the royal wedding certificate 01
what she Is. She makes a figure : and they all seemed downright to make a big show of themselves ence and pity Ignorance. Duke of Kent.
country.: of fun of herself when she talks' pleased over the outcome. If Fred and snub ordinary people. They Bee There's always some half-wit .-- -
o about her 'bawth' in one breath Cone could have Included a few life'' as it is, and as they would peanut politician sore at them but The United States Is the In

Advice to boobs who fall in love up to their ears: You and her 'bath' in the next. South Georgia precincts In the. i have it. by the grace of the Good Lord it consumer of asbestos, In tbe-w
count be would have had -
"I have never known a man to a lot
have no business: wading around in something when you don't whom sincerity did not appeal and,, more votes even If he didn't need

know how to swim. who did not admire and respect a'' 'em especially.One r
o girl who was honest and straightforward thing ,that Impressed me vr.
and herself." was the number of house cars and
e Farley says "the man in the street" is for Roosevelt. And If /Dorothy Just had never given I camp trailers, on the road; a lot

He'd better get out of the street, however, or he won't live to any other worthwhile advice her of 'em headed south. More and I II .
rote in November. column would still have been worth more people are taking to> this I
while glancing through every day mode of travel.. One chap I talked
0q just for her tirade against baby to had a complete little house on
\ A third party in America will never be successful. Re- talk.: Some day we hope she'll do a wheels. He told me he'd been living -

'' member, the other two little pigs are still wondering where couple of paragraphs on pet names 'I In a house car: for two and a
half years and had travelled over
for adults
their brother
I 1 went. -0- twenty-two states at an Average
,-0j READING FIGURES WRONGThe coat of about $73 a month for himself -

j "The Peking Man Has No Chin.-Newspaper filler. It danger of Jumping at conclusions and his wife. And that In-
cluded gas, oil, tires, meals clothes
from digested statistics -
must be lot of fun for him life hastily
a to go through having only Is Illustrated by a big dally amusements, and everything. He /
i to shave his upper lip. paper whose editorial writer read had a fifty dollar month pension ALL-WEATHER

rJ that seventy-two prisoners had escaped /and manages to pick up that muchor

There would be fewer accidents if a man was as careful during from the the past state year prison and Jumpedto system here more and there.each month at odd jobs that's the tIre to got for:

t with the way he drives as with the way he sits down in afresh the conclusion that they had all One Florida subject that Georgia I

pair of white pants. escaped from the prison farm at folks seemed especially Inter-
r o Raiford. The paper carried a I ested In was the Cross State canal. 4JMORE '.
scathing attack on the guard system I Almost everyone asked about It ,
',, t It's a hick town if the folks show more excitement when at Ralford. and wanted to know what I ____ _

b the fire whistle blows than when a physician announces, In reality only four prisoners thought about'whetber or not It NON K1DM'IEIGZ
"There's triplets next door." escaped from the prison farm while would eventually be completed. _
alxty-eight made their get-away Quite number said they plannedto
o from road camps, where it la naturally drive down this summer and _
It is very discouraging to the trade-at-home movement much more difficult to pre- iave a look at It, ao maybe Ocala *

when Barabara Mutton( the Woolworth heiress, absolutely refuses vent escape If anything could be hotels won't be aa empty as nome
at the folks have been predicting
done to> better the situation
to buy her jewels at the ten cent store.. road camps It would be a fine Well, rm Just about out of gas _
t ,rit o thing, bat only four escapes from and aa I want to get an early start 1 a.a1 OAMYI, asst. sba..rW l/saar.......'

it You don't hear so much about the Texas Centennial as Raiford durtag a year's time seems ID the' mornln', ru call it a day. M tray...... ..-. =.
But I U let bear from
a relatively clean: elate.WHO'S you me ratpiia.l.
BLUE RIBBON VALUE
you did about the World's'Fair. What they need out west is a --o-- again somewhere up the line. In
couple of good fan dancers with a new angle. NEXT the meantime, you better get busy A..-Mh with k*MM M ) -.s sI. : I IN
It has always seemed blatant and start ollln' up the old cash regter M..... C* SMTIY-c..er TfMi G"ww. *RIGHT HERE
0 enough when some other speaker ; you're liable to be needin' it b- ........-pgia-I.Ns! 43* lm,.*. STARKE
Statistics show that in England only one man in thirty- Introduces a candidate as the this summer. 2 K".Eav: PLY BLOWOUT PSJOTICTC kr p.i..t.dSurBRTWIST 1',.,.,__
.'p nine owns a motorcar. We didn't know anyone actually NEXT governor or the NEXT senator Cord, seen ..rsgyt.stra .ad ria< antiw.r Tread-prints taken by
ENEMIESWe (task us to d.._tral.1)t
the NEXT wbat- running
or have-you
OWNED one-except of course the finance companies us of f tires still
-- but when the man Introduces read an article on "The Edi 3 LOWRST COST PO Mlle NllVlca-.re. os nil.I
t !!'-_. 0 himself In this way it la a little tor's Enemies," this week, and we | _. of o.rs-tic. uf..t sad longest. BilMj tin on the cars of our customers

We read of a banquet recently where a tiny fountain I more than we can stand and we are reprinting it to suit our own at ice priM. ......... absolutely J that
the table. No mutter under our breath: "Not If diction says. the Everglades News. prove
played in front of each guest at you're wrong, G-3 delivers at least 4W:
our vote can help It.
Good honest men seldom ever
not referring to the half of grapefruit that was served. D. kaow tint bar rg..J .. d
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? ; we are If time weighed heavily on our get angry with an editor. They yes yo sea for>> more miles of f real. non"aki! !
i yY 0- lands we would start an organization generally know that moat editor .e All-I II
Monkeys and men are the only two animals who have for the prevention of intro- care very little about a big lot of I low 46;? Per safety than even former
ducing anyone aa the NEXT any- money except Juat enough to keepa
as w.ek Weathers.
The difference is that
of throwing. only
learned the art
t the votes
thing until after are decent home and In a respectable
appear
., ? monkeys have sense enough not to throw mud at each other.. counted. As It Is, however we'll manner. They know edl- A.h *. .M GMSTMr 1 .. |.......tiN..,.-"'......'. VM.M> COME IN, .SEE OUR PROOfl
4
9 o Juat have to grit our teeth and ton are mostly. .of that particulartype pfll

_ { tl, A columnist has listed under the heading of astonishing bear it.Threats. : of man known as Idealists,
who want to see everybody treated
happenings, "Tree sparrows are never found in trees." If we of food shortage In ParIs fairly. The printer uses a pica rule

iii didn't have anything more than that to worry over, we'd begin aeem. hardly real aa long aa a moat editors the golden rule. They I
door-knob can be varnished and, are hardboiled at times but under Register Motor Co.
e trying to determine why housewives are never, found any
; passed for French pastry.-Detroit neath aa soft aa a kitten.

i place except in the family car. Newa. I They traatpU o* people's toes Walnut Street'r" STARKE,.FLORIDSratk *'

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