Bradford County telegraph
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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 24, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Supervisor of Registration H. C. I E. W. Hayes. Jr., who la a Registration of voter In the city : ,

Wall announces that the registration -I trainee In the Citizens Military has been very! light although the 7f
.BY STOCKMEN books of this county will be ESSAY CONTESTTrade Training Camp at Fort Screven, AGENT SAYS books opened July 9, City Clerk TRUSTEES '

open at his office each Monday. Ga., was judged, last week to be Carl Johns said this week. They

Wednesday and Saturday beginning I the best-drilled trainee in the I will remain open at the city hall h

Meeting Called For August 3. I At Home Drive "Blue" course in Company B. Government Inspector I until Monday.. August 10. School Hoard Must :
Those who must register in order Other Bradford County boys who Mr Johns urges citizen not to

Saturday By to vote are persons who were not I To Start Next are at Fort Screven are Al Kay Holds Out Hope of postpone registering until they Pass On Them

Johns registered In the primary elections I WeekCAIPAIGN Carlisle. Roswell Noegel and Rudolph forget to do so The city election August 3
Fair PriceEFFORT
those who have just completedtheir I Andrews will be held Tuell'lay. September

legal residence In the county, I .. t
\ vo HOPE FOR WORK and those who have become twen : TO STIMULATE: MADE TO KEEP; .-- TWO PLACES: STILL UV-j "


Failing In their attempt to get The books will remain open until : The five weeks BUY IN BRADFORD County Agent T. K McClane Following a meeting this week

through the WPA a project for midnight Saturday October 10. COUNTY informative and Bradford and L. M. Gist an employee of the I the school trustees announced their I
fencing( the town of Starke, Brad. I educational campaign and essay Federal Bureau of Plant Quaran- recommendations for teachers lathe v

ford county cattlemen are taking writing contest will officially get tine who has charge of Sea Island Bradford County High Schoolfor

matters Into their own hands. They $5,000 PAID under way with next week's issue BIG TOTALGROWERS 'I' cotton production In Florida are I next year but the list has. to J "

'began last week putting posts In of The Telegraph. making a tour of Bradford County be approved by the school board j

place and plan to complete the job The prime purpose of this timely cotton acreage this week and announce at Its meeting Monday, August :3. !

by subscriptions augmenting $400 To Teachers I l and much needed campaign Is HERE GOT that the crop looks unusually WELFARE HOARD HOPES With a few exceptions, because !_ !

donated fifty-fifty by the county to stimulate a greater interest on 12719.99 UNDER fine In all parts of the coun TO START PROGRAM of resignations, the trustees atat..'
the part of the at ty. ed that the old faculty was rcommend.ed I ,
and city public large the AAA PROGRAM: OCTOBER 1
Charley E. Johns president of FORJJONUSLOCAL i citizenship of Starke and Bradford I Heavy rains were general In alt' with the necessary- ad i
the Bradford-Union Livestock and County, In the economic stability Bradford County has received parts of Bradford early this week, I L. L. Connor, chairman of the dltlons/ as follows: 't: e

Cattlemens Association, has called SYSTEM BEATS I' and progress of Bradford County 12719.99 In rental and benefit Mr. McClaoe said, but so far there I Board of County Commissioners, Mrs. Bryant Beattey, Mrs. D. P. I
for Saturday, July 25, at has not been enough to Injure cotton Carpenter, Mrs. T T. Long Mrs 1
I meeting ASSOCIATION TO One of the Interesting and attractive payments in the three years since I has received a Utter from the
2 clock at the court house, at SUGGESTIONBonus features of the campaign 'the creation of the Agricultural Cloudy weather following the I i State Board of Social Welfare saying Bynum Perkins Mrs. George An n
Mrs. R. V. Demorest Mrs.S. .
derson. ,
which time plans for completingthe In the Interest of Home Businessand Adjustment Administration, according rains prevented scalding by the hot if Bradford County Is to par- I
3. Dowling, C. lo[, Howard Mrs.
project will be discussed. payments to school teachers I Industry is the awarding of to an announcement by the sun. I ticipate In the old-age pension plan Warren Perkins Mrs. E. W
All hope of getting the fencingdone in counties where this year's cash prizes during the campaignfor i National Emergency Council. The agent has been "roguing" by October 1, the commissionersmust I Jr., Mrs. Pauline Howard Miss Lois |

through the WPA was abandoned state salary appropriation exceeded II best essays on Trade At Home. Farmers In Bradford County received the acreage, pulling up all short notify the state board and Long, Miss Rosalind Jacobs Mrs. j
when It was learned that The contest Is staple plants that appear, and thus I provide funds In Its new budget.
I requirements have been urged essay open to every $9,202.03 of the total under Grace Wainwright, Mrs. Eunice'.t i '
deeds to all property crossed by the by directors of the Florida Educational -I I boy, girl, man and woman In Brad- the corn-hogs program; $10398 far about sixty acres have been Work on the county's temporary Searing Mrs. W. H. Hart Miss ,

project would have to be secured Association. ford County. The weekly essay I for sugar, and $$3,413.98 for tobacco gone over In this way. If the fong budget will begin August 3. Ernestine Buddlngton, MIsH Mad.
before the government would take I submissions be staple cotton here can be kept I The commissioners previously!
Bradford County, however, beat will judged by a ellne Hazen, Miss Willie Mae Hln- ,
I band Works progress officials committee of pure our farmers will receive from appropriated $600 to share In the
composed Mr. A. J.
the association to the draw on this I Bradford Coudty was one of the II son Miss Lucile Edwards. Miss j a
have never looked with any too twenty-five to fifty cents more per 1, but Florida I
Grlffls July twenty-five
suggestion, for teachers in all our Supt. of public Instructionof forty-five counties' the State plan Kitty Hogged Mrs. H. C. Rltch, J
much favor upon the project, being bushel for their seed, it Is said counties failed to provide mon-
Bradford Ethel
County, Mrs. M.
schools white and colored ll
were which have participated In the Mrs. Ethel: M. Biggs, Mrs Jeanette j ,
Inclined to make fun of the Idea of The agent has been finding from then and the starting date was '
of well-known
Biggs, one our pub- ey
paid a ten per cent bonus about I AAA program. The State has received I Kincaid, Miss Ruby Lilly MiM ;
In a town. five to fourteen stalks of the un- advanced to October 1.
"fencing lic and
spirited ladles of Starke,
weeks A. J. Grlffls
two ago. Supt. a total of $3.045,97881, of Hazel Adklns. Miss Madge Middle i +
Bradford County cattlemen, I said this week that the payments Rev. Geo. H. Lowry, pastor of which $846,084 came under the wtthted short staple per acre. I The letter' to Mr. Conner said ton, Mrs Lcola Roberts. '
however insist that the fence Starke Presbyterian Church, all of It is the opinion of Mr. Gist for to be In
: the plan operation by '
I amounted to about $5,000' I cotton program: $$443.548, tobacco A secretary to the and ,
would be of great benefit to themby The state school fund this year whom have gladly consented to cooperate : $433,71087. corn-hogs. $1- that growers will receive a fair I I October, the board must Include a
a. commercial teacher are to b. ,
their cattle from visit- for their cotton this )
keeping I totalled 10500.000, the full appropriation with Business and Indus- 224,22110, sugar and 9841607.,' price sufficient amount in Its budget to supplied.The ,h ; .j
Ing In town and eventually landingup I by the legislature. The try of Starke and Bradford Coun- peanuts. which he estimates at about fall'l I guarantee to the welfare board
trustees also made the fol. i
In the city pound. Some prop- general revenue fund swelled by ty to make this campaign a decided ... cents per pound of lint ,! that It will be able to continue the
lowing statement: "We would like j
erty owners in town are more than payments of $2,500,000; liquor success. man's acreage has been "rogued"he ,'plan through June ::10, 1937 By

find to be rid of the nuisance of taxes and $3.000.000 estate taxes, I Another interesting feature H Model On Display receives a certificate giving him i iperml.Hlon thnl time the legislature/ Is expect. structlon to request and the Board Insist of, Public If possible In.- ]
to sell the seed. ,
itray cattle. contributed $4,603,497 of It, mark- giving away free tickets to the The coach model just completedby ed to have appropriated state to secure the services of *.i ,
It bas been estimated that the ing the first time in Florida's his- Ritz Theatre for finding misspelled Eddie Hartman to entry In the Mr McClane says that although funds for the program. qualified teacher, or teachers, toj(

completed project will cost around tory that public school money words on the Buy In Bradford Fisher Body Craftsman Guild contest a few farmers have reported tracesof Judging:; by the commissioners teach home economics and art,'< 4
Jl,,100. the most expensive Item be- came from that fund. County Page, each week. will be on display at the Brad- boll weevil on their places ho' action In the pabt, there Is bellev- science, etc

ing cattle gaps that must be placed I Automobile license collections Watch for opening issue of this ford County Hardware Co.. all day has failed to find any In all the ', u.l: to be no doubt (hut they will I The recommendations were sign r
across all roads'and railroads en- accounted for $4,983,908, and the Eddie will the acreage he has thus far inspected make an appropriation for the old '
campaign in next week's Telegraph Saturday. ship ed by L D. Green, C. J. Powell
tering town. It Is hoped that rail- remainder came from sources, Including I then get busy and win some model to Detroit next week whereIt ______ ..-- --_ I I age pension program In their new I' and E. W. Hayek. t t
roads can be persuaded to place I $250,000 from the chain must be entered by August budget.
I nice cash essay prizes and free Remodel Sweat Home -+---- ---
cattle on their property, but .. .
gaps store tax. theatre tickets. This young boy has done an excellent l'j -- -- --- RITZ INSTALLS '
10 definite announcement has been of the Bradford
piece of work and many Liquidators Place Sold ,
made in this connection. his friends will be Interested In seeing County Bank are having the Sweat Dougherty NEW SOUND .
LEAVE SUNDAY I Sewing {Women{ Get RaiseIt the coach I place on Madison Avenue remodeled Ernest: Thornquest, former resident

Returns From Clevelandi FOR CAMPHEADQUARTERS I was announced this week that -- --.--- --- and put In shape for rental purposes -! of Starke In recent years living :MOST! MODERN EQUIPMENT
Mlsit Loca Sweat, who formerly in Alachua, has purchased the PLACED IN THEATRE:
.1 i T Barnes Bradford County women in the county sewing rooms
,to the Townsend COMPANYIN would work twelve days a month CCC Men Named lived In the house, has goneto W. E. Daugherty house on S. HERE

Convention representative in Cleveland, returned GOOD SHAPE, and receive $21, Instead of workIng Bradford boys who left last live with relatives in Arcadia. I Thompson St. The amount of the Miss Mlna Manassa, manager of] '

Tuesday stating that he was "tired OFFICERS SAY i sixteen days and receiving $19as week for CCC camps were: Elbert .--- I consideration was not announced the Hits Theatre! announces the In-.
Tyler Lawtey; Leo Starling i Mr. Daugherty stated that he this week of
out after his and the arduous in the past. Lake ServicesThere stallntlon an Operadlo j
duties of trip The Starke Headquarters Companyof --4 Starke; John Herring, Starke; Kingsley I would continue to make his home Amplifier, representing the newest i 'i

Townsend the big meeting started out the Florida National Guard Births Judge Carnell Starke; J. M. Allen, will be services at Kings- In Starke.GEORGE. and finest development In sound j

organization leaves Sunday for Camp Foster on Starke; Tasso Lee, Starke; David ley Lake Baptist Church Sunday, equipment. Although the old ;
partisan and remained nonpartisan -
the annual two-week's encampment Mr. and Mrs E. N. Coleman, Thomas, Hellbronn and Charles July 20 at 10:30: preaching by ANDREUBURIED equipment was still satisfactory, '
it will not support a
third A full company of twenty) Starke, boy July 19. Hill, Theressu Two colored boys, I Pastor Rev. J. J Johnson. Every I patrons of the tbeatre'have noticed i !
party candidate in the com-
men will make the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman LeRoy Johnson, Lawtey, and Leo ,! body welcome Services are held l HERE the marked Improvement in the I o'
ing Presidential election :Mr. I
Barnes The National Guard originally'! Starke, girl, July 22. Griffin, Starke, also went (the fourth Sunday of each month. sound and the Ritz has again)
said. to have a brigade camp at FORMER STARKE RESIDENTWAS 'her
planned shown that nothing will be spared j
-. Fort McClellan in Alabama this UNCLE OF to give customer In this area the j '

Huge Huckleberries year, but because of an infantile LEX GREEN best possible entertainment.
of Townsend ConventionBy '
Mr. John Uglow presented the paralysis epidemic in that section, I Highlights Funeral services for George Everett : Sunday and Monday the Rita'

Telegraph with a limb from one of this plan was concelled and the Andreu, 45, of Dlnsmore will show "Small Town Girl" with 5
his bushes. usual regimental camp at Foster and the !
cultivated Janet
huckleberry I were held In the New River Baptist Gaynor Increasingly y a''
The berries are really giant In size: will take place.Lieutenants RUSSELL KAY leaders that Rev Charles E Smith delivered his flaming speech, I Church Monday afternoon at popular Robert Taylor. Both!

and attracted much attention when T. T. Long and H. CLEVELAND Townsendites Coughlin of Detroit, militant radio Dr. Townsend announced that he two o'clock. The Reverend H WRcimnndfion stars are said to reach new heightsIn

placed on display in our office win- C. Wall state that their company faIn I 15,000 strong gathered here last priest and bitter Roosevelt foe, had would ask the board of directors I :: pastor of the Dlns- this story of a modern runaway

dow They are only good for preserving tip top shape and they expectIt I week from all sections of the country been invited to address the con- to remove Smith both from the office n....., dipt Ut Chuich, officiated marriage brought about a rural
said. to make a fine showing at camp and ventlon added flame to fire of of the organ- efforts to the bore
purposes, Mr. Uglow to Iron out their problems only vice-president I full teasers were O. P OKIvie! girl's escape .|
-.- this year. I establish policies for a continuance as far as loyal democratic Southerners ization and from his place on the 11, U. Carter W. '1', Pickett, R. L. dom of a small town.

Building Enlarged --. of their campaign to secure a $200a were concerned. But Cough board of directors. A man must iMttiuiu. R. 11! U'KKO; and E. W. "Their First Baby" with Shirley]

Workmen Phone In Beauty Salon month pension for all over the Jin talked and didn't pull his be loyal or be kicked out the old Compton Interment was In the Deane and Johnny Downs will oc.|
have Just completed punches.To veteran stated.Answering. cupy the screen Tuesday and Wed- t
of sixty years. I
ui extension! on the rear of the Mrs W. B. Mundy, Jr., ownerof age New River Cemetery.
building Lella's Beauty Salon, announcesthe The lobby of the Cleveland hotel the unbiased observers. It thecontention of George Andreu was the son of nesday, while Thursday and Frl-J ,

Dry Cleaners.occupied by the considerable Starke installation of a telephone for convention headquarters, pre was difficult at times to determine some that the organization was the late Mr. and, Mrs. A. M. An- day of next week will bring "Moon! 9
It will
give convenience of her customers.The sented a. busy scene as delegates whether one was attending a too much la the control of one I light Murder" with Chester Mor| ;
concern more floor space for this busy the number Is 149. poured in, many of them coatless political or religious convention. man Dr. Townsend proposed! the I (Continued On Page Eight) rla and Madge Evans '

and hatless. Grey hair and white Priests, preachers and evangelistsheld Creation of a more democratic organization :)\
I whiskers were in evidence, but a the platform most of the to succeed Townsend !

Swamp Muck Is Better For Soil Building l I goodly number of delegates were time, and their oratory was a cross Old Age Revolving Pensions, Inc. Cone Will Be Third Oldest Governor; I" Ii Ii11: \i ,

I young men and women. A FlorIda between what -usually emlnates lie suggested reorganization under Youngest Was Stearns At Thirty-Three
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The Plowing Under Of Legumes I delegation forty strong, led by from the pulpit and the evangelistic the name of Townsend RecoveryPlan f :

B. J. Cohen of Orlando, was prom platform. Inc. The new set-up, he explained ? + s
Lake The state's
Fred P. Cone, year-old youngest governor rf
By H. E. LAGERGREN chards. By carting it home and inent. Dr. Francis E. Townsend, Discord among leaders of the would vest ownership in City banker, lawyer and farmer, was Marcellus L. Stearns, who] ; 1
Now when the Is mixing it with ashes from the outstanding hero of the convention, convention broke into the the entire advisory board Instead | t
government open will be the third oldest governorIn went Into office In 1874 at the age'
t trying to stir up a very mild senwneat household fires or the slab-pits at i was constantly surrounded by a when Comer Smith, Oklahoma of In the name of a few leaders Florida's statehood If he wins of 33 t
for soil conservation It sawmills plenty of complete fertilizer swarm of admirers. The mentionof Townsend leader, delivered a flam- Governmental reforms advocated election In November and takes of William P. Duval became Flor .

Should J be proper to remind the can be had. Muck is the his name on the convention Ing denunciation against Rev. Gerald by Dr. Townsend Included a flee next January.He ida's. first council governor In 182 e

farmers of this section that, they residue of decaying leaves and floor was always a signal for wild K, Smith, Louisiana Share-the- one-house congress with a small Is the Democratic nominee, when 37 years old and Park Tram- '

have at their disposal a soil Im- wood deposited during centuries and enthusiastic applause. Wealth leader, and Rev. CharlesE. membership. He likewise favored and throughout party political his- mel!, later United States senator] i

Prover far superior to fallowing or and preserved from complete decay While It was announced that the Coughlln, Detroit Radio Priest, return to the "town meeting" tory In Florida Democratic nomination went Into the governor's office at}

the Plowing in of green leguminous by a covering of water. The convention would be absolutely a for their attacks In the convention plan, in which local old age pension has resulted In election, with the same age In 1913.

pLane. it 18 1 the swamp muck. Inorganic plant-food substanceshave non-partisan opposition of the against President Roosevelt. units would play a prominentpart the lone exception of 1918 when Sixteen governors were fiftyij t

found' !In abundance here. It Is true, been leached away, i "New Deal" direct, vigorous attacks _,As the convention proceeded It and abolition of all party Sidney J. Cults, Sr, Prohibition years or older upon taking office)

If. Why the top soil Is richer than so that. In a chemical sense It Is I on President Roosevelt and became more and more difficult lines on the ground that they are party candidate, defeated W. V Fifteen were under fifty

be sub-soil Is, aside from some not a fertilizer; but It becomes so Postmaster Farley early in the' for an observer to determine just un-American and undemocratic. Knott the Democratic nominee. Three governors' took offlceij! .

chemical changes caused by sun when mixed with ashes, containinglime meeting brought the first rift. i what the mass opinion of the With never a dull moment, If he goes Into office In January while In their sixties, thirteen Itxf # .' ,'

decayed vegetable matter ("hu- ash Is corrosive and helps to South resented the attack and prepared the Roosevelt defense just as proceeded. Charging waste and born man to occupy It. and five In their thirties.

1II11a", This contains all the ele- complete the decay of the muck. t to fight back. long and just as loud as they had I dissipation of funds, court action Cone was born Sept. 25. 1877 In I Andrew Jackson, military governor

j!liens, of plant food; It absorbs nl"trogen The latter will keep the mineral r Dr. Townsend and Gerald K. previously cheered the denunciation -' was brought by Alfred J. Wright, Columbia County, Florida, near I of Florida In 1821 the first

from the air holds the elements from leaching away, will Smith were bitter In the denunciation In fact. they seemed to be deposed regional Townsend leader, the banks of the Suwannee River In Its history, was fifty-four at ;

boieture cools. the soil In summer capture nitrogen from the air, and : of the present administration, In a mood to "Cheer and Cheer," to oust Dr. Townsend and the en- Lake City Is the governmentalseat the time.

Mid i warm It in the winter. New 'as it holds more than Its own bulk : and while their remarks were and it didn't seem to make much tire board of directors of Old Age of that county Brown, the state's oldest governor

&"* soil has an excess of of water. It will preserve the moisture I I wildly cheered, this reaction leader was difference for what. Revolving Pensions, Inc., demand I| W. T. Cash, state librarian, said lived to be 82; Stearns, th< i
M. which makes In the soiL I II not unanimous. B. J. Cohen, an accounting of $1.0OO.OOO in club records here show Thomas Brown youngest, died when 52.
It "sour" un- Terming Coughlin's speech an
hedt w fully and pulver- I The muck found In places have i of the Florida delegation In de-, I I attempt to stampede the Townsend funds, and name a receiver for the I 84. when he took the oath of office South Carolina has contributed i+ j'
attack .
As time' passes thls humus Is ing gum pine bay, maple Is the launched a counter Initiated I Into the Lemke camp, Comer organization. In 1849, was the oldest gover five Florida governors. ; North Carolina -; i '
and -
Deal" group
destroyed through decavwtada best, as there It has been out of fense of the "New Smith said Town endltes don't Terming the suit a vicious attack nor of Florida since the state was 3; Alabama. 3: Virginia, 3y f
lId a movement for the Democratic to the Union In 1845. Georgia 2 New York. 2; Massa. Jchusetts. ,'
The top admitted ;
dl washing; thus soil fertility Is water much of the time. : intend to "Lose with Lemke." He Gllmer Young national sec
D It18bed valuable. The i Townsend rally. "For some suit of a Second oldest In the state's his- 2; Kentucky' 1; Main
and little or nothing 1s layer Is the most accused Rev. Gerald Smith of try- retary, said: "This Is part
dens; to restore it. by compost heap should be further 'reason," Cohen said, "this conven- to "sell tha Townsend move conspiracy by Wright and other. tory was H. 1. Mitchell, who be- 1; New Hampshire 1; Illinois, 1. jpi 1 t
Die replenishing lot of ammunition Ing
animal 'tion Is turning Into a In 1893! when 62 Governor Dave Sholta. the pr
vegetable matter enriched by adding to It ment down the river' and bitter to embarrass the Townsend organ- came governor nYerk
Ponds I for the Republican party of ent was born la Neer
Branch last
and old. John governor
and soapsuds, dish-water the fact that parlt.aa.n.ahlp .* action." years
abound In this manure, protested
-tlon, sad the black other waste-anything that will, ." Other Southern delegations, y had entered into tlae. convention. Definite decision was reached the territorial governors In 1344, sad was 41 years old when 3 iE"he
soil muck
.fOllll Florida la protest against assumed of- took his oath In 1933. Ha( >i
<1 ta them It should be worked over Joined that the. organization, would: not also was 62 when be
d s !Most Is the cheapest decay. the tati-Roosevelt attack. candidate. fice. term expires' next January f '
:billy;:; to\edium tot restoring fer- Announcetoemt ;of convention Wlthia aa boue after Coiner, support any third-party
he On pale Eight)
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and In ai NOTICE '
; HAMPTONMlM PINE LEVEL LAWTEY ZIFF final dctrrf of foreclosure and sale FoRt fnwTY FLORID IMCHAWCKKIT. FOR 011' 'PPI."

.<..l .. .. Mlw. tela Mae Lewis. C.rn........ rendered by Hon A. Z. Adklne aw (!I......T' IHEliiO't
I 1 Aim Klssseet r rro| o Mr*. II. M. MrltM, Correspondent< I). J. r.IIII.. C.n. Judge" of the Clr.-ult Court of Bradford O W. Bailey NOTICE III Bill \I. ,
County Florida In Chancery Plaintiff Hal. HEReR.'I'" !
.i Mr Mattie Anna Ward returned We are thankful l-for the much- Rain, Aid Grower Here We are sorry to report that the In that certainau e pending In said V*. Case No. tiPS Icate Kdw.rd NO. 61. .1".u"1, ..', ,, 1'\, \ _

to her home here laat Saturday needed rain and the farmers In Rains early this week were home of Air. and Mrs. Henry Shaw 'ourt Rank of wherein Columbia The I is Federal plaintiff Land and Lottlx Alone Bailey, Divorce July A. D. i III': |I. |" .". '-, i I,

j after a visit with her daugh- this section are setting strawberry greatly appreciated by growers was destroyed by fire last Thurs Kinery" C. Lewis and Magnolia" L wl.. OHfitoH Defendant.OK ptHMC: TiovnOTirfc my for a office tax deed and ha tn- ,I,ri.,,,.. 'I. '''I'm' ',."
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I ter. Mra. L. A. Prlngle. of Law- and potato plants. who were needing moisture to day. It caught from the flue.A his the wife underpinned, are defendant Special' ,Master cane 081.by/ J} TO APPU4IITH13 Said certificate ,.""i."'',','.'.'",1' :',
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The going-away party given for complete the setting of sweet potato shower was given for Mr. and tmlii decree appointed will sell to thehirhest STATE. Or FLRIDA: County of dest.rib.-d ',", ""I.-, .\
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I i : and Mrs. A.. A. McDonald Leo Starling Tuesday night was vines and strawberry plantsto Mrs. Henry Shaw Tuesday afternoon the Mouth bidder front for door each.of the In Bradford dance, la unknown: Ida to-wit: '1
1J J ,r, pimjK- and Mrs Jeanett Ropr. allot largely attended and enjoyed by make second runners for fall at the horn of Mr., and Mrs. County Courthouse In Htarke Florida It la .hereby/ ordered that you arerequired tlon All EVi 19, of N""I' ,I' .." ,

H 'i-'4 "USB Mandarin, were looking; after their nil. Leo left Wednesday for CCC setting. R. B. Thomas. A large crowd at- Monday during. the AUKurt legal 3rd hours 1K36 of saleon the t). I9.1f( before to appear the on above August entitled Xrd A. Z2 Ka t.Township 40) A-!I.-,i "I, 1:.,;

r i i-* real estate! h -r. thl week. Camp and l Is located at Norris The fruit and vegetable grow- tended and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw received following" deBcrlbed premises situateIn against court. to you the bill In the of complaint above entitled flied erty The under au".n"'nl the .. i ''I., .''''1
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i'' Rev 0 1C Cuthaw will preach Tennessee. He Is greatly missed ing and shipping season recently lots of useful gifts. The Bradford Kant half riiny of Northwest Florida to-wlt Quarter -: I cause; and Bradford County Telegraph sued her wa' In tP| nat. ,.r r,,. .

? \ at the Biiptl' .rch next Sun- by his many friends. cloned was the best that the Law- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and of Northeast Quarter, and North- I :duly qualified In hereby newspaper designated In a whichthis the Unless Company.said ..,,1,1, ,. ,,. 'L-r

I day. morning n l evening. Frank Fountain and Howard tey section has enjoyed In maLyyears. I daughter Miss! Hazel were In ant Northeast Quarter of Quarter Southwest of Quarterof HectlonFourteen. Order shall be published once a redeemed. according '" 1\, .,;, '

Tht- Junior High School will Byrd of Penney Farms were visitIng Not only in cars shippedbut I II Starke several! days of this week.. Township Six South' week Witness for four my/ hand consecutive and the week neat ,of to perty the dvncrtlied highest. blil.l.t tht-i., ..,",, ,111 j I iI,,,

j4 :t open here July 27. with the followIng relatives here Saturday nlgiu. la money received by the grow- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Range acres Twenty-one more' or Last\less, containingthIrty all In this Court at Starke Florida' till* house door on t th.- ,in,,, '' \I''ho. Co
the .
4 teacher In charge: Professor Mr. and Mra. Joe Starling and ers. While returns from some Bradford County ,Florida.Together 30th day of June A. P. 1936. month of i', 'lll
J I sons IA. O. and Johnnie, and daughter (SEAL) the Srd.. day ,?f A"Ji'iV w1"'
of Lawtey, Mrs, children Thursday with Mr. things were not as good as on others with all and singular' A. J. THOMAS.An Dated thin I'' '*
I k Sponholta. spent Miss Lula Mae and Miss Ha. the tenement, hereditaments and 2nd. il 1 n ,f J ,",,.
Thelrna Myers, of Green Cove and Mrs. Zenna Grlffls in Boat- the whole averaged up well. zel Thomas spent lust Sunday at appurtenances thereunto belongingor Clerk. of Circuit Court (OFFICIAL A. J.8EAI': ,
nf Bradford County Florida THl.MAs;
Springs Mrs.. Hoy Sullivan ot; drain section.Mr. : So that the growers generally were Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Mal- In In any Bradford way appertaining I'ounty Florida.all situate KNIOHT & KNIGHT Clerk of Cr, ,?,,", ?,,,.

.7 The retina, Miss Lucile Kennedy of and Mra. J. L. Underhill of well pleased with what they received lory Thomas. B. I{. PEURTMAN.Ax \ Attorney. for Plaintiff 7-3-6t-7-3l of Bradfoi, I'i i ':"'' f'hi':->-

Baxley Georgia and a fifth teacher Fusing was visiting Mr. and Mrs. and most of them are now Special Master In Chancery 7-3-61-7-31
Sidney Mills of Jacksonville la KNIGHT & KNIUHT ..
the black aide of the ledger instead -
ia to be appointed later. H. M.\ McRue on -
visiting his cousins R. C. and Attorneys for Plaintiff. !%OTH"K OF "PPf...'"TIO. NOTI.l 011' \
We are looking forward to avery Miss Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson of the red, like they have 7-lT-St-T-Sl FOR TAX DEED W'tiI '1' \ IIE./I: :

,- & miccesHful term of City was visiting Mills Vesta Mc- been for the past several years. Alvin Howard.Mr. (8...... Bill No. IU3NOTICW > NOTIl'I Senate; 11111''!- s... IlLip"

p This is Mr. Sponholtz' SChool'j Rae Saturday afternoon.Mr. Most all growers report their and Mrs. Clyde Kelly and .\Io'ru'FJ APPHCATIOX : 13 HEREBY GIVEN That R. H. Smith IS ,h'l'i, ,,: ,1\: '01-'
and Improvements children Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivera -. FOR TAX UKKH That K. K. ClaYk holder of Tax CerI tlflvate No. 47H "Tit
taxes paid are now making usu. ,
of the I -
4 as principal Hampton and Mrs. Emmett Lanirr! (male Hill 'II... Ifln: I If'Irate ?>'o. 402, Issued the 5th day of August' A. l n. r..i: .t, < ',h
: He is held In high esteem. not only spent Monday and Tuesday In In their farms which I and daughter, Slema. J. W. NOTtCB IS HERKBY GIVEN of September, A. D. 1932 him filed. In my offU-a .and. ;li.-i-;, i'' ,,; :

by the pupils, but by the patrons Jacksonville visiting relatives. have been allowed to go down on Talmadge Austin and Morris Kel- That C. O. Sparkmnn' holder. of One- name In my office and has made ap tlon for a tax dc-.i ", .' '. ,,
1 I Fourth of Tax Certlfh-ate No. 431, plication for a tax deed to be IMMUUI] hereon Said;' .
; of the school.) Eddie Starling of Monlas Ga.. account of finances during the ly all enjoyed a picnic at Hampton issued. the 4th., day of July A. I>. thereon.. Said certificate embrace. the followIng; lice| i 'n.' I" ,., ..b',
Miss Willie Mae Htnson one ot pent the week-end here with relatives. past several years. Corn crops Beach last Sunday. IH27 haM filed eame In my office and the following I ; : dewcrlbed property' In the county i"f Bnnir, I ". _
has made application tor a tax deedto the County of Bradford, State of Florida. to-wit "
Bradford County's efficient firs are reported to be the best that I R. W. and Mrs. C. C. Johns and be Issued thereon. Florida tn-wlti I South Half: ..f _

grade teachers who has been C. I.. Rhoden and son Herbert, have been grown here in several small children were visiting in our Snld certificate. embrace. the following East; Half. of 8outh-eat Quarter nf :\'h-I,i : ,.","I !,\1.1.I 1.Qua"IPI'
spending her vacation! with friends of Macclenny were transacting year! and growers report that most section Sunday afternoon. described property In the of South-east: Quarter cx.cept I ter' and l %est ll.ut' -//U1, ,.
I r-ounty of Bradford State of Florida one acre In the South-went: Kant Quarter M.-n, ,,." I" T ,.,
and relatives In Dayton Ohio has luainesa In this section Tuesday. all crops planted have shown a Resale Thomas and Jack Wiley' to-wit: (Corner containing In all 19 ship 7 South KIIHcontalnlnic ": ,.,
,, returned to her home here. The pound party at the home I good yield and many have done of Starke were here Tuesday and Southwest QuArter Quarter of Section of Southwest 23TownshIp The acre anHWHMiiient.more or lenn.of the .said prop The axHexHineiit I 100)t.1.1...r, ," .. ,

-.----- of Miss Ruth Lewis Friday night home canning of their surplus Thursday of this week. I R Mouth Kance 22 I party under the Raid certificate IHmied erty under. the mini' II' I i>
i ,, East, 40 Acre was In the name of O. E. edan In the_ .IHIM". "I. ,. ., ,I'. ",..
lliOOKEiMl was largely attended<< and enjoyed cropa. I Miss Marv Mott of Brooker was 9''h.) .M..M""t nf the said DrOn- Brandt.Unlenv. Unless nalil i erilfi..nm, '"
n "n. ", ,''I',.
: by all pre eJ\t.\ erty under l; .= the l said. certificate 110".d "- Maid certificate Khali be red..em..t.'ordl..g deemed aorordliiK I i'i '
Vera Cialnpy, C'orrenpondent I here Tuesday night. .. wan In the name' of Unknown. to law the property erty dercrlhed 'I" P
I FA. Terrell of last Hood !Soon ) .fl" ":': '
spent part CompletedRoud : :IiI! : ''
certificate Hhall be described : ;
There will be meeting at the 1'nlenw paId therein will be Hold to: the highest l> ,, I .
\Y. 1"'. Ipl"lt week at Sanderson visiting friends. Thirteen through here will a redeemed according to law the to the highest bidder at the court- house door on the fn \f ,
4-; The death angel entered the Curtis Fountain spent part of soon lYe completed according to theJ. Primitive Church at Little Rock properly, described therein will be houno door on the first Monday In the mont h of !:I"11I.i .:""" I t",
; Friday and it will also continue sold to the highest bidder. at the the month of September: U3e.! which '11Ih.. 7th day, of SIMM., .' ,
ii home of Mr. and Mra. Colman Dees last week in Gainesville with rela- P. Campbell Construction Co., court-bonne door on the first Monday U the 7th day of September la 3D. Dated 'this 17th il.iv "' ,;
Friday afternoon and took from Ivea. contractors, who are doing the Saturday and Sunday. Every- In the month of *September Tinted. thin. lIck day/ of July 1936. (OFFICIAL. 1'1/\.1/ ( )
body is welcome to attend. Come ::16. which I I. the 7th., day of Sep (OFFICIAL, SISAL) A. J. THOM\ ; t-
Li t _ their midst their fourteen months Mra. L. A. and O. E. Crosby and construction on same report that tember. 19. 6. A. J. THOMAS. Clerk of )I''I") '
; old son W. F. Dees. Interment children of Risingwere visitingMrs. all base Is finished and as soon as and bring your friends.SAXTON. Dated this 11th.. day of July A. D. Clerk of Circuit Courtof of Hradf.inl, ,I i F .
S .
1235. County Florida. 7-17-5t-S-14
was In Dediin Cemetery Saturday Britten Alvarez Friday. this settles enough It will complete -- (I OFFICIAL SRAt.) T-17-5t-H

t morning with the Revs. C. A. Remember Sunday school every this Important stretch of road. t'lerk A. J. THOMAS.of t'lrcult fTourt .\10'1'11 0'1'1'1 i K "| ',"

t; r i Crosby and, G. E. McGauley officiating. Sunday afternoon and prayer aerv- Mr.. ". A*. 'Tyler Correspondent of Bradford County Florida, :\O'rU'.J] TO .\PPF. \It Foil Tt\ III.hit. i
("eniite .
.::4 ice every Sunday night at the PreparIng Tax List --17-CI-8-14 It appeal-Inn by affidavit filed In N'OTK'H us Illll IIII.: \'> i :niti' "
Mrs. W. R. Swantaom Miss Dorothy -- that certain In the
muse Circuit
The baby left to mourn his passing church. City Tax Collector O. J. Phillips Ci.urt, That. Cleveland' I Inn"' I h: !
Swanbom und Arthur Swan- IIP.'I: '''1'1'1':11'1610'1'11'1: : Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Tux Certificate :N.. .
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Col ._----. Is engaged In preparing the advertised ot' \1..1 for Bradford County Florida, en 7th day of July. A I )

,, man Dees; grand parents Mr. and BETHEL Hat of city of Lawtey 1933: born. spent Monday afternoon with Notice' IH hereby ntlvon. that under titled Lillian U.axt..r.w. Baxter. .Plaintiff, v... Rome In my ol'fl-. ,. "":.I i "
Mr. and Mrs. :J'. C. Wooten at Defendant find the lieatlon for t., 01.<
ami 'In accordance with I that certain K I
Mrs O.V.. Barry and a host of taxes which will be advertised for relief sought being. ; a divorce that .
; .
\\rx.\ < uln hnreon. Kuld < ,
Ralph "y, Correspondent their Lake Innl decree of foreclosure. And Hale the i n I
_ other relatives and friends. thirty days and if not paid will be Kingsley cottage. I rendered. I by lion. A. Z. Adkln. JIM "-11M"Defendant, Uaoi-ftla" I I.and a resIdent la of Hor- the following.; ,1.| .>,-III..I" :,
O. T. Nelson was a visitor to 'udire of the Circuit Court nf Braduril over the age the County oC HII',.!' -
,, "
: Bold September 7. Persons are advised of twenty-"" yeiirit. and that. there
Mr. end Mrs. Carl Anders and II Florida.' to-\vli
School. > that still this Lawtey Sunday.J. f.' : County Florida! :In: Chancery,, IH no person. In the State of Florida Begin nt N'Mth-f.i. .
ii' they can sal
Ox| I daughter, Juanita, were visiting save I that curtain eli, U MC pomllnit I I In ) m-rvlre of a subpoena
whom .
*1 ? 1 ? ._ The Bronker school opened Monday Mr. and Mra. Ralph GaIney Sunday added coat by pitying their taxes 1. Brantley of Ocala, spentthe "tank ourt of wherein Columbia The In Federal plaintiff Land and would,. :: personally, hind aid upon Defendant. South of Half Nnl.thW'I'uf :N"":,I Hiter I,. ,, .

lor 'ItS 1930-37 term with aki' I fternoon. before they are advertised. week-end here with his fami Mnyem Hough et. al. are flefend\nt", IT IS run South 12H"j''' 1\
ORDERED that the-Defend ,
I I : 120iJi: yunlK. :Ninth t I i. y '
good 'ittendance. Our prlncipnl ly. nv No. 677. the undersigned SpaInl ant. r.llllnn' Haxter.
Grlffls of to the .
Eugene Boatclrain. xppeiir
East ISOLj yiirds t tn I .
said decree
M for this term Is Rev. G. E. Mc- was visiting Ralph Galney and I Building Mont Completed Mrs. Lizzie Tyler and children vlll Master nell to by the hh"h."t lildiier appointed for AUgust Hill of ,Cumplalnt A. 1). 1V36 on, otherwise the 3rd day of Section 29 To\\iiHiuji;\ ,: ,,:;. ,

w-1 iA' Gauley. who hall been with us as an family Sunday ufternoon. J. T. Reddish who Is remodelinghis were visiting In Starke Sunday. catch. in t'ont'ur the South Courthouse frontlooi' pro confess will be entered a tlecreo acres Hangs more 22" East"ir |1.--,IIIK,1! .
:' assistant for 'the past few years. home here will shortly be able < nf the Bradford County against her for 'tier failure to ap- The '
Frank Hurrell. of Lake City Paul Hicks of Jasper, Is visit In Starke Florida during" the. Ipnr.. uHHeHHinHMt' "I!, >
q We arc looking forward to a very Mr. and to resume housekeeping In his new ("gal hours of pale on Monday, It IB further rty under the .11:ilil
was visiting Mrs. Ralph ing friends here. ORDERED that .thl" ..d wan 111 the name) "t,' > '
succpsaful school year. There will Galney last week.J. home which has been completely August 8rrt 19 6. the following deHcrlb..1 order be publltiheil once a week for L'nlena. Maid ..crtiflevitied >
situate In Bradford'onnty
be P T Elbert Tyler left Tuesday forNorris preinlxvs four roniwcutlve week In the Bradford .. affording. .i",
a meeting Friday afternoon remodeled and will be
a very attractive KU to-wit:
E. Cain of Palatka
vis County
was I'I.'t Telegraph ,
; ; newspaper city described I ii t.i", it
Tenn., where he Is in the I The SVVU MBV4: nnd KKli. of
July U. In the Keneral circulation
place southwesternpart In ,
: Itlng hero last Saturday night and ; : published to the highest IIil.i]
100 feet wide
; _ CCC Camp. SWIq. ana a strip on Bradford County, Florida. house dour '
of town. on th I in'
Sundlv. -.lift Hl WITNESS:
.4. : ________' MrI.I I. and Har : home Miss Ruth : : : 11 :I"nr..r.. the NWl', t"NOJo of Heal my hand and official the month of Auicii't l I'
Morgan sons, -A.J 1:5: Cynthia Lee visited her The of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brantley of Stuck, of MILk) Court this the let. day/ ho 3rd day of AIIKU'I.
Section 14 all In Townxhlp 7 South
_ mon. Rrni"t and George, have recently daughter, Mrs. W. L. Silcox of Moore Is being painted under the Ga., Is visiting relatives here. j Hanirc 20 Kant: containing" 123 acre of(OFFICIAL July .\. D.81'iAL: :1936.) Dated A.this J. lilti THiiM, .1.|.i.\ -

-: ni'ii'cd' here from Hampton. Stark., last week-end. direction of contractor G. W. Durham more. or less. together with all nndHlnariilur A. J. THOMAS Clerk "f ii
We WHit| them Those attending this meeting were: the tenement*, hereclita- Clerk of Circuit Court ., ,
and of lradr
'A. happiness success local contractor.V. nl I i I'
Mra. W. W. Coleman and son monte, nnd appurlenanceft theretintobplnniilng 7-3-Ct-7-3l
In their home. Mrs. Jessie Reddish, Mrs. T. L. I : in appertain 1r.t7J1':
tl _ new or anyway
Alva were visiting In Lawtey l last Wainwright Mra.\ S. J. ing. and the tents. and profitH there-
Mr. H. B. Is Futch Mrs.
14 ; CroHby spending a 'I \ SI. t.I..t.: With Mrs. % yri'k .
unday. nf. SUH.IIOCT only, however tu turpentine -
ILI: while in Orepnsborough with her A. D. Coleman of Jacksonville : Mrs. J. P. Wyrick entertainedthe O. J. PhillIpS Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw, privileged for n term" he- BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Melvin Futch. Mra. J. M.\ Reddish ginning May 2nd 19:1"! :<[ und enillngFebruary
pnrentH. Mr. and Mrs. N. Prltch- ,
: e4 __ __ __ vIsited( his moth<<-I'. Mrs. W. W.ulemnn. ladies of the Baptist W. M. U and Miss Bessie 15th 1939 HH to pine timber FuU line of Casket. .t Undertaker Supplies
ard.. Terry. j jPtTtMtnnta
last week. at her home Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .. situate on said Innili an men- AMBULANCE SERVICE

: i 'ii Mr and Mrs. S. H. Ritch of Ral- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Green and Jessie Reddish president pre- turned"ii-: and. .r -diL-T' !r.Ib'-d'. ,'. ,.In il t the t.-ind. written Bank. DAY ANI) NIGHT

_______ ford, upon i lust week-end here as children, of Miami, spent last week siding. Devotional was conducted <.r ''nhirinit' *. 53 PHONE 53
$ : guests of her parents Mr. and H) i K fliRHYMAX.
'w $ Mrs. L with her sister Mrs. Lizzie Lee. by Mrs. T. J. Terry after which the The Rev. Paul M.\. Jewett, pastor . ,"i. ..iu. i''. try O. II. BENNETT Mr.
A BroWn ,
..- hostess assisted by her daughter of Grace M. E. Church l Is )cNt. 1'Attfi'IIe.
1 : Mr. and Mrs. L A Futch, off and Richard Lee spent Sunday in Hiss Hilda Wyrick served dainty his vacation with relatives, spending in Mi I t..o I "A-HOME-LIKE- INSTITUTION"OFFER .
7-17-31-1.31 -- -- ----
,?' Luwtey. spent here with Yukon.
., refreshments. Interest continuesto ami. I n _
$ t friends and relatives, Allan Irene Lewis of Rising spent grow In these meetings and it

.. 1 i Mr. and Mra I' A. Crosby, H. I last week here with her cousin Is hoped that all the ladles will B. E. ReddiHh, of Jacksonville, jaiL .. .ii.11WMl iUI 1_._ '-

!t B. Crosby and, children Marilyn' Miss Mary Mott, soon join this Interesting work. was visiting here Sunday after- ),'

-. Grady Lanier, of Miami Is'

visiting at the home of her pa.

rents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Futch.

F. R. Carradine was a business "

visitor to Jacksonville, Monday.Mrs. .
:(t Gladys Rowe, of Jackson

ville, spent the week-end here with
: :
-mG relative!

Mrs. D. L. Miss Me. 9ve
Phillips Debbie

fff 1/ Phillips and Mrs. O. J. Phillips .... F_... 1 yea CITES Ha. < .AU. FOUl
h" { /ir Coed Slarlel. I Southern AorieultuiUt, 1 T*>* YOaONLY
'. were visitors to Jacksonville Fri I CeuBtrr Home rear.. Counter Horn. I year !

< '.:- O 7 INS /7:5 P.IGY day afternoon. The Farm fouraal. I year $180 The Farm Touraal. 1 Tear
) $1.80
..1.if: "SW V".e J1.tTR./ Miss Rosa Mae and Miss Mat. AND For THIS One MBWSPUEB Year AND THIS NEW3PAPEB
For One Year
;. tie Edith Rowe
.t1.. I" are spending the ,
'. .. week in Jacksonville with friends.
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Moore and Country &>m yi
fl14ii'LsJ J CALLS
W. H. Edwards were business visitors I A I ia *

to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. I

J. H. Carradine was a business THIS NEWSPAPER

\ : ; ; : visitor to Starke Tuesday .7OdA,

1 4N:4'S Mrs. James G. Godwin of the for 1 year and 'I

State Farm, was visiting here ,
: ,
; 'S
Tuesday. 3
./ I Big Magazines

; W. H. Edwards Jr., was a bu l- THIS NEWSPAPER

ness visitor to Jacksonville Tues- ,

( .. jr14 day.: for one full year

.' 1tv- % '.. Y \ ; 72-ie ,. m The Rev. H. L. Chapln of High I

I, 1 Springs was transacting business' 9 I And 4 Big Magazines

here Tuesday. \ I :

Mrs. G. W. Roberts was shop- 1 Magazine from Group A 5 3 Magazine from Croup B; o I!'

ping In Jacksonville Wednesday. I .

:>0 rtce: : OF "I>K< HL M tS'I'EIt'MS !! I t' Select Any 3 Magazines

t ) ____
': ________
Notice l I" h r$Uy rlven that under I '
And in aci-ord.iAue, with that. certain From This List Select One M'a"a) ae Be1.ct me.itu. .
final decree I Magadool
.r form-lonure
and Mule
rendered by Hon. II. I,. Sebrlng Story I jeer 8UI' Horn'S. Si G5OI.. 0 sr B ', POUIfty
Judge of the circuit Court of Brad ai Belief Homes & Garden _-1 year a Chlltlan II.ld% 5 6 ml _ Cun1.1, Hon. JO")7" / )
ford County Florida In Christian Herald 5 m.... 0 0 DItIePouItrjet, 1., '
Chancery _ FIr Grr ;; ..., ; :
In that certain' *ui>e pending in said Flower GrowerHousehold mar. C itousihtld' "' .aulM 2v1 0 r,5 1
court wherelnjThe Federal Land Maaasln, ..HMlunior .l yea' 0 tfor Mo\l1"\ ) 1'1' 0 S5ItIIWOe .,
Hank Columbia\ la plaintiff and II Home (lot Mother*)_ yeer 0 J)5t01, 5)155) 1" a Good SaCazuii;' i .
Hlnclalr' I. }',ek cCall'e Magaxin _I "MCafl'IUSaul'1" e Slo",. .
et. til. are defendant year 0 : 1" 0 H.... 1
.. Movie ClasslaNoedlecralt t Cll''II' Circle
case No. ,Hit the undersigned year 0 "Beds 2 0. : :
/ 4 I Special t (BOYI) .. '" 0 liaise Fri.n" J
r l. $ MI1Ht..rj by said decree ap year Open 5os5 : .
0 6 me .
II pointed will sell to the hlirhe bid- Op. Boad I I ,........' C 1" 0 1
der for canh. In front or the South MaaasiBePalhandor -I mo.. Ptfl" (....1') s Ilutg.,4') .
'ront door of the weekly _I 0 : 1" MtcilMkI :
Mrailford year 5
County S .
1 iIid
_ I Courthouse In Starke 1 .,.. ,
.. .... ....tl 51. .
.. .
Inic the legal hour of mile on Mon.I .91' ve Farmer -J y. 0 II. Sc" I" Q h.1Ip' S 1jv
(lay August 3rd Romanue Storioo eQr 5 r,6u..
a described premise. 19J6.situate the following In Brad-I Screen Book _ I year 0 rn:, "'ll1&lonl 1 0 .'5'uJb. ,. : .

/8///-/85 ford County/ 'lorh!*, to-wlt: Tr. .,. Agriculturist _I yeas g 5isuiufl. volt Grow. 1" g :SollthmsekIItlrigr.South. : / ) 21r
The NK' of KWW of e ConlvssioBe t year '
Section FH15I ''
25. "
: ; 3 W.ID..'. C CPP"5 : : 2'" .M "nln, .
Township 5>, South, Range 12 World 1 yese JOW11aJ : 05N0'rtCh..k Wi 0..11. j
Kn.t. containing 40 acres .... of .hl ( hutM J ns fans .., S", 0 C, Warld .
more f.Ilwlsg g ,.. ..
-- or lose, together with all and 5, In* Start if tn .,.//t. Only ens u.S." ,raam. A"ICIIII"g t, : a,.. a Z'l'Odj,." /... .
rni I Iji singular the tenemente, heredlt- oituion" all... a ""' o.o roo/lip 1I.f; 1
j am. n t a. and appurtenance. q Modem MochanteAmorleev ) 6 tarI year

ther.unto way appertaining belonging and or also In any the/ H l>oUDeator Ctrl I .year- _ _ _ _ _
: --- rente and profile thereof H ladae _
No governor of this state, with the exception March S. 1815, bf President Tyler making Florida ... MARCUS F. BROWN b 'kJllioaJ Culture I 17- _ _ _ _ _ _

.. t Andrew Jackson, ever held more responsibleisitiona a state. A. 8p.cl.1. KNIOHT Master In Chane..IKNIGHT. /'.
jTh Attorn.ys for Plaintiff U GQRlEMENi I Zaelo. tao __ ...... Iud Ha .
S is W or was more .. ..med than John
; 1-11-11-7-11 *rN..t a Off... H.. I D0U4114a4Ia
; ranch, seventh governor of Florida. Having strange Water Turk/, she known as t1O.vNe.3 .
MOTICM \eclda9 *. "".".... ol.rfr4 with .Stl' ...ktri,
; 11, J2 .en stat. senator fo*.rnor and twice elected U. Snake-bird and Anhinga, Is mor at horn in th* Notice U hereby CiviC to all whom M.s Is year ...... S T

t- Senator from North Carolina h. later became water than out of it. It diM for Ita prey usually of It may concern,. that en the let day
August l>3 I will preeent my
'ft, ereUry of th. U. S. Navy and after having mall fish, with inch amailni; *ai* and Incrtdibl rinal report and file petition: for Final

:;1 ned as governor of the territory of Florida. nyed Swiftness that ticap U quite Impouible. !U Ih. Relate Discharge: of Minnie ae Administrator. B. Poland de.ceased. of- :

p.1, the dIstinction! of having( been a govornar neck I. long and make-Ilk, IU black feet are comfietaly : Street. *rF.n -Ti
J08. Eo Wl8ON.
,- ;[ two state I It..... during th* administration webbed and when spread in flight It. long 1-10-41-7-11 I

Governor Branch that th* bill waa ilgned. tail greatly resembles an open fan. SrF.CI.'L MAHTKH'S MOTICR B Tw. sal Sui___ _
-- -- --- Notice U hereby given that under . . . .


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4Y Jl'LY 84. IOS6 __ .. _" ___ .. '-- u ..- _' __ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TCUCOKAFH. STAKKE. FLORIDA
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RooseveltStill New folk, Memphis Orleans, Charleston Providence Jacksonville Nor-- I No Use to Rush NO JITTERS I Orlando steadily progressed with

amP Excited, --other places where UncleSam'l WPA Offices THIS SUMMERAlong $387014 a satisfactory $107,000 'I
army engineers are gain over previous year
But Differently ing activities on ble and small ;' For Jobs, PynchonWith Tampa with a modest $300,000 iI
projects. about this time of year for the half had a $39,000:> June, I WATCH

Banner) I Floridians usually begin to get the best for that month since 1929, '
Fri'' Pat orala In eight Many of the 300 or 400 residentsof district WPA offices i I summer time blues, to be followed Clearwater. like all beach towns,
nil time Camp Roosevelt have throughout Florida besieged with later
-r :n season
I by did well with $241,030:> neatly
f\'r up
,,. hurly-burly, ex- left. all of Job applicants State WPA Administrator I
II"" Practically will first the jitters and then
panicky by $93,301. Gainesville had >oor
! "-atm"'s 1,'!" "<. .'t Camp Roose- be gone by August 1, when only a E. A. Pynchon has called hysteria June with only $130,000 for aj the FOR THE '
*) kind of
,, "?,,! the same skeleton crew of about twentyfivewill upon the unemployed; of the Stateto I
8a'' Examination of the first half. Sarasota 300
first half gained
It IIOpntl'' ,1?, tl prevailed back in remain to carry on essential I follow the revised methods of year figures In tax cent In June and :30> cent I
: when collections, per per
'tlllOtf i December which was to be work In connection with the canal qualifying for assignment projects.Although I building, general business conditions for the half with a total of $146- 'BUY IN BRADFORD I III
such it will be I
mOl.P'1' lilt fi\ as supplying additional data eventually shows no grounds for thejlttf'rs 896, but Vero Beach took the prize
quatl'' :( i r canal operations for army engineers. I possible for some of the needy who when its $130,576 half total turn-

..Dea"lJ ,npletlon For weeks knowing that their previously have not been assigned Private construction In Florida ed out to be a 638 per cent gain I

,41 1 'h "n' ,ngineers drafts- Jobs here were completed, for the ; to WPA projects, to get Jobs, no i for the half year has apparently totaled over 1935. : COUNTY PAGE'COMMENCING !
'lerkssecretaries, purpose will be served
by a rushto
"*. '8\" v 'l' time being, the workers have been local I more than $2 ,000.000; will An Interesting thing is happening
assembled offices
of the WPA
'o on. or the '
k.,* ? m.i busy closing out completing State I almost certainly greatly exceed at Palmetto. Due to many | i
In v, .t.-.I, of the country built corny tot charts, gathering up final reports Pynchon Board declared.of Social Welfare, that figure In the second half. Apparently sad reasons its long established IN NEXT WEEK'S n {
! ':::>>' anal and so on. Now somewhat sadly ; a large volume of PW A. business section has well nigh died. i
.: .,','11' going through the dls- they are on the march. :Many of Every Job In the present limited WPA, RFC, public construction Is A modest boomlet blossoms. TaI|I ISSUE OF THE TELEGRAPH
..afonotw ': moving. in. They were them have expressed regret that I quota of 27,300 workers Is filled, 'I on the verge of swinging Into ac- miami Trail has been building two \.

, ,ir intictpation. They were' they are leaving Ocala, which they the administrator explained and tual hammering and! sawing. PWA blocks", from the old business street; I See How To Win \

[dins! ." < friends. getting act had come to regard as home. They ,I added that before any additional | is finally getting into full awing and all the new business construe- :, t
mic ", i new job and see- told of the fine friendships they workers can be employed some of ''In many communities.+ Federal tlou has deserted the old and Is loeating !' CASH ESSAY PRIZES-
.' :shushing residences' have made in the city and at the I those now on the rolls must be I B&Ls rapidly grog stronger und on the new highway. ',

tit '0'' ., ,:{ht they would live camp, and said they were sorry to .I displaced. I more vigorous. And! the nature of POSTAL, Half year postal receipts -I FREE TICKETS TO RITZ THEATRE

;fir J''""". ,K rive or six years. see the model community broken I j[ Despite this condition hundredsof | the tourist business traditionally will show nn average gainof I ..
:.ja: ", a reverse sit ua.0. up. persons wrongly believing that I results In heavier Imlldlng totals about eleven per cent or twelve I AND OTHER INTERESTING

. ;n, -, i ambled eggs are be- I the start of the new schedule In full months than the spring. per cent over last year with some

JJD801I.: .IIf .,ni., ,1 i Those who came The meant that anybody could get a Last year Florida construction of the more vigorous places running I'I: FEATURES.MISSION
the .
superstition regarding I
,ii oarts of the country Job, have continued to crowd the totaled about 40000000. At totals as much us twentyfiveper
, ."nun., to all parts of the number 13" is said to have pre- offices of the WPA' and the Flor- year's beginning we rather exuber- cent ahead of last I{I
vailed since the time of the an- A
JIItf\ ? I'.' ,of the workers civil ida State Board of Social Wel- antly predicted u possible $100- BANKS Bank deposits are better I
cient ---- ---- -- ----- --
air 'U i ves who have been Hindus. 000,000 total for the year. than ten per cent ahead of last 1 !
jgD'' A-here are going +-- fare.The revised procedure outlinedby For the half year Miami and its I year Increased real estate buying, I il.'Li. her own ago, who were also from

..tk former locations A man at the North Pole is regional WPA officials during area naturally tops the field with 1 new construction, better farm Of special note In the service III) Lawtey

.Itt ,If' 1 Citing new asslgn- about thirteen miles nearer the their conference at Jacksonvillelast 12000000. This Is within three prices, are principally responsible. the Mission this week was the Altogether It WAS a delightful ; .
diU ire going to Sans center of the earth than is a man 'I' week hits not changed the re- million of its entire 1935 figure of HOTELS-. The state hotel com- youthful chorus from the Lawtey service In which H IE. who Is the

,' HawaII Vicksburg at the ejuator $15,000,000 mission reports for the year end- church Among them a talented light of the world. ., was magnifiedand
_______ _____ I quirement that the State Board I
: must examine and all Jax scores an Impressive gain Ing June 1, hotels restaurants, pianist not more than twelve years exalted for It was Him who
for relief upon over last year with $1.838.849.: St. apartments under Its jurisdiction old who played with ease and said "And t If I bo lifted up will
applicants said.
And the Worst is Yet to Come | Pynchon
--- "Neither Is there any change In Pete rated well with $940.143 within costing $0.849,305.33 more than grace nil the numbers requestedfor I draw all men unto me. '

the previous policy which demands a very few thousand of Its to- double the $3.257.6-19 of the year the service, beadles' a quartette ;' Subject of Bible study was "The

that all applicants must prove extreme tal for all of 193ri: Prospective ;' previous. number for a group of girls about 'I Two Lumps" sad was well illus
FHA stuff Is _.
particularly strong +
----- --
need and be certified for trated in crayon.It .
l\ere. Ft Lauderdale compiled the approximately 18.000 pure bred
Ils employment," he added.At Livestock Industry la quite necessary. In the day
astounding total of $702,207 more hulls In proportion aa' Improvedbulls
the same time the adminis- than double the $:!36M4 for the Improves In StateMuch are brought Into the state, In which the Christina is now living t
trator made It clear that with certification that their light lump be not
= same period last year. Daytona just so iiipldly will Improved cattle
accomplished there is no did well with about $400,000 with marketing take place. dimmed by the darkness or smoke
-s I'Iipflif/sja4 has taken place In Florida
of the world, which seems at this
that the
new eligibles I
i ia
$22,000 for nearby New Smyrna. A Interest In the cattle
can possibly be assigned Imme- in live stock work during the past greater time to be enveloping the wholewot
diately. LY %'TF.Y' 8TH (il<.VIK: eight years. Ten years ago prac- Industry of the state of Florida In Id, for has He not said 'Y> are
t Before that KL.KCTN OFFICKKS tically the whole cattle industry now taking place The cattlemen the light; of the world" What an
can happen, he explained -
a l// : I I1 of the state of Florida was Infested themselves, through the lo'lorhluCattlemt'n's honor conferred!
some of those now workIng -
Association and the
with Texas' fever ticks These
must be displaced for one or Last week the Eighth: Grade of banks, the chambers of commercennd Mr und Mrs. Thornquest who
ticks naturally handicapped
Lawtey School elected Its officers. have returned to Starke
more of the following reasons: : recently
"i leading citizens, are all nowrecognizing
movement of cattle from Floridato
1. Failure to deliver an ade- Bach candidate made: a campaign to renldtt were appreciated visitors, r
that Florida has real
Y outside markets. Today
speech for three minutes during other faces In the
quate day's work. as were new con
/ II Is free of Texas livestock Industry. Cattle shows
county practically
J 2. Failure to report for duty home room period. The following gregation.\ Three ministers' of IheKnlll.1
of the kind the chamber
officers elected fever ticks and In every county In supported by -
regularly. were : honored the meetingwith k
III the state bred bulls be of commerce, Jacksonville and t i'
may i
President, Lois Johns pure their '
3. A change in the financial presence. ?
the hind financed the
carried with safety there being by department -
Vice President Alma Johns
status of the family of the em- of ngricu'ttirp!' ni! the Tampa A welcome awaits you on Tues
only a few spots where a final i
Elizabeth Andrews.
ployee, such as the obtaining of Secretary, carried Fair and the kind of field day day evenings nt the Upper Room
cleanup Is now being on.
All of the officers l have
employment by some other mem- new < good ... ._
the of + 1
Without tick eradication live sponsored by University ---
I records in and school
ber of the family, as specified in scholarship
) stock improvement work could not Florida are naturally having desired Withhold not guod from them
the relief act. have taken place. Improved blood effects The Florida\ Cattle to whom It Is due when it Is In t
4. Inability to perform the community resource available under makes for Improved cattle; Im men's Association, consisting of the power of thine hund to do It. '

1 tasks assigned.The certain limitations to aid In proved feeding methods likewise cattlemen, has done much and has Proverbs :3.27.Humming: F
L// WPA's present object Is to relieving unemployment." Improve cattle. Good. blood plus great plans for the future aiding ,

u l1 have a labor turnover on projects Conrad Van Hynlng State welfare good feed makes for Improved of the Florida cattle InduHtry ConHt birds fe-etln Alaska,
based: on the four reasons enum- rue'live cooperation of the cattlemen
commissioner, explaining the I marketing. Florida Is naturally
erated that it will be possibleto
so State Board's part in the certification adapted to the production and mar themselves coupled togetherwith
) carry on the payrolls those In plan, said that the process keting of calves and feeder cattle. existing agricultural agencies .
greatest need, who at the same '15 simple and that there Is no reason The markets are demanding a better are now molding a greater

time render the greatest serviceon : for confusion. misunder quality In breeding thereforethe Florida rattle Industry 1 i4 ,I, :' d'WHEN ',

projects. standing.. use of good pure bred bulls Is Florida's' cattle Industry today ,
"At no time," Pynchon; declared "Briefly," he declared, "a paramount in the of Is situated far. t
s per Improvement uniquely as an market ( '
be considered !kidneys 'function badly .nd !( r
"should the WPA entire son without work, and who desires the cattle Industry. Good grade ] outlets are concerned Florida auffer a nagging b.cli.ch.,

, a,,, as the solution to the Florida."It un-. 10 apply for a WPA job should cattle argue for themselves on thr graying lands are adapted, to the with diolnmt, burning, scanty or too
rbi employment problem In contact the nearest social welfare markets while poor grade cattle production and, marketing' of 'bequest urination and getting up e!
should be regarded" he.con office. have to be argued for. calves and the production and sale night/ when you /U.l tI.d( n.rvoui, i

a t r l.'t tlnued, "simply as an additional He pointed out that since no Jobs About ten years ago there were of feeder cuttle. Florida's cattle .ll upset WM Do"'. Pulls, e'Do.n's '

ire Immediately available applicants practically no Improved bulls Ink industry today represent upprox' wording kldntyt.ate .specially| Millions(fo of poorly boxt' #'

should not be disturbed If .(]OOOOO. With the I a.51.d.v.ry y. t. They ere rtcom-
-FLOR 44IGtiyGJjTS 6rNN1Vt1 I their applications do not receive state has: about 3,000 pure bred number. of meat packing plants. located mended the country ov". Ask your
_,...... .... .. ___ ...'u_ .... ."....""? ",. consideration at once bulls. This goes to show that the within easy reach of F'lor ntlghboil'

Van Hynlng also gave assurance cattlemen themselves are cogniz- Ida cattle and live stock producers,
1i1 that the work of certification int of the fact that "blood will our marketing problem \IH far
f ) I would be handled as speedily as I ell". With Florida's approximate: ahead of what It wan ten years I

PEAh'$4 humanly possible. 1,000,000 head of cattle she needs ago.

rz021DAI .,.
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they're outstanding in PULLING POWER, {;, da j


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cSNAPP/NG- Thoughtful buyers-of truck and,
; "
t '
commercial carl are displaying
TU2rLE roe '
.aN..r.rrar overwhelming preference for t ; .

/ 1 1 ti ; 1 Chevrolet' . Because "they know that Chevrolet ,

ti l I 1'l "" "t true'ks have the gmilcxt ulingpower of any ,

du al, ''lc :{t truck; in the entire 'low-prite range!: because

they know that Chevrolet trucks are the moat jf j

rronamual for all-rounil) duty and Lciuu:

j j4 f they know that these )big, powerful Chevrolet

all in the\ WWf.1I price range. Visit your nearest

"Yt Chevrolet dealer today ask for a thorough

demonstration and then choose: Chevrolet.-

F2LSW 1YATA2 Ac worltTi thriftiest high-pouvred truths


.. NIW ritrictio HVODAUIIC IRAKIS MIW ruu-niMMio
one time PAYNE'S PRAIRIE, or Prairie, the owners are considering the ,! Dl lOXf CAS NIW HIOH-COMPIftSION VAiVt-IN-HIAD
Alachua INO tNi rvu-riOATiNa HA* AXII ON PA-TON MOORS L1
Lake, was so deep that there was digging of canals to make drainage per-
efficient manent. Since this is one of the few iso- AND UP. Lfaiprkv./,ae5./-oar
Wat $
from shore r to allow steamers to ply lated places on the globe, where the cele- I i 36O cltatfli, al Hutl, 11ti1',1/ /Ia. tiprciatrqulpmunt / ;
to Bhore- This caused by extra. Maw quoirj in
was that nt
ft. brated lotus grows, it is hoped '
alru mJvrrtifrmmt mr* flea .. flint,
Iehlch stopping?the up of Its two minks Into least a part of this remarkable spot will MUhlgnn' ,.,..J.ubj<
of w stream flowing r from the higher be preserved.The ortrauu MOTORS INSTALLMENT: PIJIM_MONTHLY r'h";
f < f rnan'8 Lake drained. At t infrequent I ALLIGATOR SNAPPING PAYMENTS TO SUIT TOUR FVK8C: + : ,

.ppeari intervals the lake entirely dis- TURTLE, which attains a weight of 150 r

*' into an unfathomed abyss! leav"veril pounds, is found in all the rivers leading CHEVROLET TRUCKS

myriads of fish to Perish. There are to the Gulf. It attracts fish with the J

' records' of these strange di1p.! \ I worm-like appendage inside its mouth
b but for the most Part the grPllt and since it looks like a moss covered

been' Which oCcupies 12.000 acres, ha stone it easily entices fish inside the Torode Chevrolet Co. .I

y covered with water. When dry itv I powerful jaws which immediately closedown : ;

ptrne1y ncb bottom lands have served I on any luckless creature. This

Ie tor herds of cattle. Jn order I specimen is exhibited at the Florida> Reptile STARKE FLORIDA"I''I"

IIo..Yercorne the queer anticg of Payne's: : Institute. Silver Rl/rlncrL/ Worldt
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?n ){ I i PAGE FOUR BaADFOItD cotJirrr TXXECRArn. STAKKC., FLORIDA. _-- -.' --"-- JTtlDAT, Jt'LY.24. IS*\
; .. ... .. -- -- -' --- -- ----- -- ._
', '-
I j -- -- ------ ----- YOUNG MAN have \
i' DARING plenty of T55 '
U,f : ;: r GordYRobon MarriageTo Business And Program -- The following editorial clipped where your brains gu. t but lbe v''!.

Be Event Meeting W. M. U SUNDAY DINNER from the Toccoa
: I Of Next2onth: The business and program meet- voices our aentimeota perfectly: Washington It.I connected- --y;;

r1't., :! : 'Societviv Ing of the Baptist W. M U. was uggutiOM Nobody thinks you're smart, ephone with more than : 'td.J:
: The following account of the. held at the church Monday afternoon young fellow, taken you gro whiz- eign countries. sixty) 'tr
for the of John El
plans marriage at
The president, Mrs. A. M. By ANN PAGE zing around the corner fifty -
dredge Robinson, of Apopka, to The Bible miles an hour. == -
Darby, led the in
c- drink and utUdi are now
Miaa Martha Louise
I I Gordy was study topic being "The Wheat COLD If you like 'led toffee b. Nobody marvels at your ex-
v'. ;4, 1 Ritch-Hundley Woman's Club Install taken from Sunday's issue of the and Tares" The program was in cure to make it. by pouring extra: strong ie.1'I ceptional skill at keeping her REAL
Florida Times-Union. hot ttlfrt o .r chopped lea or
I Officers For Coming Year I charge of Circle No. 1 with Mrs.J. cub.. All kind of litttoe are cheap right side up when you smear
i i Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hundley Plans for the wedding of Miss ESTATE
W. Brownlee presiding. The and tomato! ar. half their. recent black rubber on the pavement
1 of the State Farmannounce The Woman' Club, of Starke, Martha Louise Gordy of Maitland, topic was "Good News of Kingdom price while the tires scream the warn
held its last regular meeting of and John Eldredge Robinson of: Progress". News flashes from Potatoes weather both old UnleH and .... are have high to ing, "Look Out!-Here Comes a BUFYYSEITWA OR
due to dry you TnTO
t the marriage of the year Wednesday afternoon, Apopka, were announced recently. around the world were given by have them, dionere aunt, a root and a I Jackass!" ":

f their daughter July 22 during which the officersfor the marriage to take place Wed- Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. E. C. Priest, (reen vegetable each a* beets and Of course, people look from SEE US....
6, at 4 o'clock in spinach are equally rood
I' Mildred Elizabeth the ensuing year were nesday August and Mrs. W. B. Alexander Reports
in market butthere what and
No new fruit are they are doing crane
i to ed. the Park Lake Presbyterian Church from officers and committees were are more of them at lower prices. their necks at you as you go whiz- WILSONREALTY
James W. Ritch The following officers were in- of Orlando received and regular business Beef continue to be the bet m.at buy
that look of
ebi.k.aeand zing by But awe you
value in
with frying
fi on the nineteenth day of July stalled: Miss Gordy has chosen Miss transacted. Despite the fact that duck food Ktgt continue inexpeniiYeand see on their faces isn.t open- CORP

President-Mrs. U. A. Canova. Vera Robinson of Apopka, as her the rain kept many members away I goodHere mouthed admiration for your dar-
thirty-ax maid of honor. The bridesmaidswill and art three menu planned for
the interesting
Vice-President-Mrs. H. B Me- meeting was
different budget level. ing:, your hell-bent auperabillty to
be Mills Jane Martin of Or-
ple was performed in the presence Lendon. enjoyed' by those present keep her from careening' into the
lando, Miss Ida Akers, Miss Julia Low Cod DinnerCream
;( of a few intimate friends by Chaplain Secretary-:Mrs. H. C. Ritch. of Tomato sidewalk
ti L. O. Sheffield, of the State Hoyt. Mills Carolyn Malone, Miss Birthday Lawn Party Sony
Mrs Earl
Farm Treasurer- Chairmen Searing.IHpartmf'nt Isabel Boykin, Miss Mary Elizabeth Mixed Cold Vegetable Meat Loaf Salad They're not envying you, youngfellowthey're Kingsley LakeResidents

;1.. Barge and Miss Rachel Burton I Paul E. Canova, HI son of Mr. Bread and Butter pitying you. Theyare
Mrs. Ritch Is the second daughter Civics-Mrs. H. B. McLendon. all of Atlanta. and Mrs P. E Canova, celebratedhis Fruit Gelatin Cookie feeling sorry for you, maybe
I of Mr and Mrs J. H Hund- Education-Mrs. G. H. Lowry sixth birthday Wednesday aft- Tea or Coffee Milk hating you for your utter luck of
Lester Price Robinson of Winter
Have Your
ley, of the State Farm. She attended Health-Mrs R J. Davis ernoon with a lawn party, to which Medium Coet Dlnrtrr respect for the lives of others. Lights ln t."II"1 i By
I Garden, brother of the bride. A Man Who
1 Bradford High School in Junior Department--Mrs. Jean- was invited twenty-five of Paul's Baked Ham Nw Potatoes They are hoping their children are Helped Get Light
groom-elect, will be the best man at The Lake
Kincaid. Green
.rr nette I safe out of the reach of the hurt-
t, ,, and ushers will be William Ingram, friends. t and flutter Reasonable
li ..... ..- 1IIIIIIImllll.1ritr'-- I Not complete Fran k b turphy. Frank" Smith, C 1 en Many gifts were presented to the Floating;- -Island ling juggernaut of potential death Prices I
!Standing Committee ('halrrnenFlnancaMra Tea or Coffee Milk that you are driving. Leave Word at
Spears, James Moody of Orlando; young host who did the honors of
; if RITZ THEATRE C. A. Knight. William Schroeder of Atlanta, Nelson the occasion in a happy manner. Very Special Limner Don't get the idea you'ie grave, CHEVROLET G\KVCE

,, r House-- Mrs J. M Mitchell. Davis of Tampa and Jack Games on the lawn amused the Cantaloupe young man, when you swing her Or Write
; Press-Miss Louise Snyder. aoast Lamb Stuffed Onion
} roaring around turns Don't get
STARKC Pinkerton of Howey-ln-the-Hills children until time for the birth Green Pea O. J. PHILLIPS
School-Mrs. D P. Carpenter The will be performedby day feast which was Ice cream in Tomato Salad the idea you're dashingly pictures-j Lawtey, Fla.
PROGRAMBEGINNING I Program-Mrs. T. T Long. ceremony and individual cakes iced in Roll and Butter que-flaming youth. You may ."
the Rev Mr. Ferran, of
1 1d At the close of the installationof pastor I Orange Bavarian .
d c ci +' + FRIDAYTIIUltR.FRI. officers the hostesses served delicious the Park Lake Presbyterian! pink.> The large white birthday Coffee (hot or iced)
cake: was ornamented with red
Church. ,
i ; refreshments of iced tea Following the ceremony
(; ., JULY 23-24 and sandwiches. the bride's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. rose buds and the six candles were
blue. The favors were gaily colored :\.. C.d3RiPOaT IONA BRANDlth
Ralph Hollinger Gordy, will be IONBRAND
"Gentle Julia"Jane Hostesses for the afternoonwere
Mesdames H. M. Richard, O hosts at a reception at the Perry- pipes.Assisting THE H4>K OF m NrARKB '
\\ Tomato Sauce ICed
Mrs. Canova in looking '''.rk.. Fla. In Florida Ripe Full Park
b' WitherslI dell, for the bridal party, relativesand a' tk* Mlate of D
L. L. H. Hill, Nat Stern-
f' Haynes after the pleasure of the children at the clone off bUMlHenn, June ,1O,
{ berg Edward Burns, J H. Rltch, out-of-town guests. HIM.:
1 SATURDAY, JULY! 25TII.h were Mrs. Emma Canova and Mrs.R. .
Earl Searing, E S. Matthews, J. Miss Gordy is a graduate of Kidd HKXOI IIC'K1 PORK TomatoesBEANS
h 'Song of The Saddle' G Godwin, Charley Johns, P. D. Washington Seminary, where she G. Loans[ and DlBcnunt $_ 38.23246Overdrafts
-- Old 1) 8094
21' ,c Fancher and Misses Isabelle Fernandez was a member of the PI PI soror- nltcri Stated. UuvernmentnhligatoneEelrect
i { t and Louise Snyder. ity, managing editor of The Mia- / and glraunkl. _"if 4 No 2 Cans25c
I SERIAL AND COMEDY: semma, and a member of the registration books.. of Bradford County Fully Inarnnleed and :Municipal Trust 10,000.00

I ii Round Table, and later attended I County will be open at the HonrtH. u_ _n.h____ 96,700.00Judgements 16-oz. can 5c IttaES
+ .
Starke and has a host of friends Sweetbriar College. office of supervisor of registrationeach uu..u 6.J61 09Berurltleii

G "Smalltown Girl"Janet who wish to offer congratulations.Mr. Prior to changing residence with Monday, Wednesday and Sat State deposited Treasurer. with for
Ritch is a native of South (stockholders It .
; l4 t Gaynor He attended Clover her parents to Orlando, the bride- urday beginning with the first Fund uu__... ._e s e rYe. 3,000.00 DEL MONTE-FANCY SLICED

t e ; NEUH'Robert ft" BAND Taylor SHORT where High Carolina.School he was, In graduated.Mover, S. C.He, from later elect was contingent a member, having of Atlanta'ssubdeb a wide gust Monday 3, between In August the, which hours. is of Au-9 Kanklnir Heal and.HOUMC Estate Fixtures., Owned Furniture ._. _-_ 18,67465 7.60000Other PINEAPPLE No. 2V-' Can 19c

circle of friends in that o'clock a. m., and 12 a m., and Claims and Other Re-
b attended the University of : city. ._ _____ .___ .
( i TUES.-\\ED, Jl'LY 28-29 I from 2 o'clock p. m., until 5 p. m., nourceii h 631 81 ------ .._
--- --
( Mr. Robinson is the second son Cash on Hand and Due
"Their First South Carolina. At the present I ; for the registration of electors for' ___._
d' Baby"Johnny Florida of Mr and Mrs. John Cummins from Hank (Old) 904.60Csmh A. & P.
time he Is employed at the
( the general election In November on Hand and Due
;' Dowiu Robinson of Apopka, and is a from Elankn Trust COLD STREAM
Farm. Plal
State Fresh ,i Sliced
The books will remain until
k Shirley Deane open Funds ___ Finest Alaska Pink
ii i; graduate of the Orlando Senior U'n
a Mr and Mrs. Ritch have takenan midnight October 10, which is the LOOM In /Settlements _____ 22,077.23TOTAL. ,
1f TIIfJlS.-FKI., JULY 30.911rrK' apartment at the home of Mr High School. He attended the second Saturday of the month
pre- ... SALMONTall BREADTall
and Mrs. W. A Bessent, Jr. here University of Florida, where he u. uuU11,7fe,51
ceeding the general election. No 1.1 HIt.ITIEII
;; "Moonlight Murder"hmter until they get I located at the State was a member of the Alpha Tau will be allowed to registerat Capital Stuck Paid In
(Common) Can lOc
Omega fraternity and a member of uu.n
i (' Mortis Farm. any other time than during the Hurplun Fund h_..___.__ 316.43 12-oz. 5c
the Bacchus Club. Orlando he
Evan.Lt'KY Undivided profit (Lees
,1 Madge! period herein provided for the
Is member of the Or- Expenses and Taxes.
The Navy Department has a new a DeMolay opening of said books for regis- Paid) ._ _n...___.. 777.81Stockholder 14-oz. Loaf 5c
SEAT! NITE EVERY and improved paint which keeps der, Triangle Club, and Is the business tration of electors. Statutory Liability
t I, TUESAY'EDNERD.'Y barnacles and other sea pests from manager of The Orange Reserve Fund-_ 3,00000 SUNNYFIELD CORN
Individual Deposit Subject -
ship bottoms. County Chief to Check ._.nn_ 47.37919 FLAKES8oz. 24-oz. Pullman lOcUPTON'S
Supervisor of Registration Savings Deposits 67,111.46
_, ._;_,---------.ol 7-24-2t Munnl-
? State County and
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i'I' :Miller-Parks clpal Deposits. __ _____ 61,892,28
t Script -. ______-___n______ 23.00 Pkg. 6c Fancy Ga. ELBERTAPEACHES
AFTER THESE SHOWERSYOU Mrs. Betty Parks, of Waldo, announces TRAIN SCHEDULE Time _________ 5,26680
YOU WILL NEED A GOOD the marriage of her Our schedule changes Sunday, Certified Checks ____n___ 21.14
daughter, Sue, to Dr. M. Miller, of April 26, and trains will run as follows Cishler' Check u______ 825.08 Lb. 5c

Palatka, on the tenth day of July : Unrestricted* _____.Trust_._.u__Deposit ___- 85,67383 I
nineteen hundred and thirty-six in SouthboundNo. Stock Assessment Collected ORANGE PEKOE
WASH and Green Cove Springs. Mrs. Milleris 1-Due Starke 11:31 P.M. _________u.n_____- 4,000.00

the niece of L. B Alexander, of No. 19-Due Starke 5:12: P. M. TOTAL -__ _._ __.-8277,748.61 TEA AVOCADO

'qtdGREASE JOBFOR here Waldo.who She wish has to a offer host of congratu-friends No. 107-Due NorthboundNo. Starke 912AM.: COUNTY STATE I, C. L.OF OF Btockwell., FLORIDA.BRADFORD Conservator, .*: of 1.4 Lb Pkg 23c PEARS Ea. 5c

I lations. 2-Due Starke 4:55.M. i the above-named Bank, do solemnly
wear that the 'above statement I Is OUR OWN
No. 16-Due Starke 10.38A.M.: true to the best of my knowledgeand
A bachelor tax on priests and No. 108-Due Starke 5:15 P. M belief, and that It I Is In response State GreenCABBAGE
to I notice I to the TEAVaahlngtoll
report by
YOUR CAR members of monastic orders has Starke and Uannee Branch Comptroller of the,State of Florida.
been voted by one Spanish pro- No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00A. M. C. L. STOCKWELLConservator.
'' Let Us Do This Job The "Good Gulf Way"And vince. Subscribed and sworn to before Yz Lb. Pkg. 19c Lb.7ycSPECIAL
'i No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P :M m* this 20 day of June 1936. _
ta .
-- Dally except Sundays. D. E. Knight,
You Will Be Pleased. Seaplanes fly faster than ducks. T. J. GRIFFIN. Notary Public,
State, of Florida at Large .


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1 Pickles Jumbo Jar 19c


: for j Except: Consomme and Clam Chowder)

Lb 17c 12-Lbs. 38c I

MEN'SPANTS 24-Lbs. -- 70c I \\KITE HOUSE

14 I F R E E Ask About Our Profit-sharing Plan= j I EvaporatedMILK MEAT ITEMS

1 \ It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets F R E, .E j Tripe, No. 2 Can 17c

; I 3 Tall cans 19c


C 4 !' 1 prlee At<< *theM"lhf e very Troll-tern low I I SUDS 3 for 25c Lb. 19c i iI' HASH, 2 16-ozcans25c

tt .?Ii will go marching<< out, :\&P DellrloiiHCONCORD

1'? I one'! pair after another I ONIONS 3 Lbs. .. lOc t GRAPE
a'' !i t I Exery wanted fabric, t --- NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c I JUICEPint I POTTED

t II r ery desired color and I M>. t CVNS!STANDXRD PACK t '
a thought for put- RIB MEAT, 3 No 4 cans lOc
j Bottle 15c
Cans 25c

I I I trm group.l h. Included In this I'I BEEF STEW Lb. I0c t : ROAST

can lOc I
I I PIG TAILS Lb. 12 : N. B. Graham BEEF No. 1 Can 15c
;4 I ;ME.VSDRESS 1'ol'\Oltlt: : BO\V SUMMER TABLE c !Sugar; Honey i



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1 PEPPER -lb. Box '
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1\\ 49c 69c 79c

+Y BREAD 3 Loaves 25cLARD a 49c GRITS 5 Pounds 1 15c


es : i LADIES' WHITE SHOES I I 14-oz. lOc TOBACCO Plugs. for. 25c : CORN MEAL, 5 Pounds 13c

s, 't ; i Only 1.69 per pair Hl-PLANE 2 Cans lSc FANCY BLUE: ROSE

I'' I noiUNO- RICE 5 Lbs. 25cA.

I ',' ; t '1\\ ALEXANDER & COMPANY I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BACON Lb. lie I & P. FOOD STORE



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lynL\ J' 1898 __, _. _. -- : ftltAnFCRD COCNTY TCLEGR\ni. STARKE.
1 ---- ----- -----= -. FLORIDA, "AG. nvlP !

i Dr and Mr C F Sayles -have-- 1]J -Mr 'and Mrs Bruce -r,.nit;r t r.1 I I. Mrs--' .-- --- -- ? -- (i

returned to their borne in Miami Augustine Reinoehl and 1 NOTICE I gust 10th., A D 1938
I ed Wednesday to thr, home in daughter, Miss Helen ', ,
FBits I Beach after a week* vacation at :i Indianapolis Indiana, Reinoehl. The Board of County Comroin The Board reserves the right to ., t,
ofrocaI Kingsley Lake I d.r" a visit vhu have been guests; of Mr and reject any and all) bids b
i I II here with Mr Dodd'x nuttier' Mr Airs Ellery M Davis returned signers of Bradford County Florida L U CONNER, Chairman i i
I ----- Norris. Monday to their home In Jackson. will accept sealed bids for re-
Mr and Mrs. W. M Board of Commissioners
I Wainwright '''-'- ille Mrs! Reinoehl and family roofing of the old portion of the County
md children of Jacksonville spent Ralph Rhodes returned today jived l here over twenty years ago 'ounty Court House relining or of Bradford County. Florida

Ne I D Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. N Friday( ) from Tallahassee, where ind their old friends enjoyed seeing repairing the gutters, and other 7-24-31-8-7

I Wamwright, Sr. he has been them minor work In .
visiting rel.itve! He again. repair connection -- -- ----
1 was thereow'th. Bids to Include all labor J,
home -
CERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND by cou- ------- Mr and Mrs. One Wiggins and
CO I Little Miss Myrtle Mae son, Hayward Atkinson. and materials to be used.
Surren-I Friends of Mr Mrs. L. G.
and Mra. E. E. I children Hemingway
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN cy of Tampa. Is visiting uncle Specifications! may be obtainedat
PROGRESS ---- Jurney of Lawtey will to and Miss France Hemingway re-
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. P, M. Bare Mrs. the office of Clerk of the Circuit -
I P. Randall
and children I hear of the death of Mrs. Burney'a turned Monday from a visit In
at Kingsley Lake Court
of Jacksonville arrived Tuesday I Ister-In-law. Mrs M. B. Skipper North Carolina with relatives

for a visit with her parents, Mr. I ,f Chicago. Ill She was killed In- To be considered all bids must They were accompanied home by 4

was a visitor todI1J1e Mrs. W. B. Ennis, of Tampa, Is Mr. and Mrs. R M. 'Young and and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, at Kings- tantly! due to a fall from their I be submitted to the Board not later Mrs. Lee Huggins of Elizabeth-

JIb walters Wednesday the' guest of Mrs. Roy Bence, at little daughter, Betty Nell of ley Lake. I hotel apartment window, which than 10:00: o'clock A. M. Au town. N. C. a agrace

her Kingsley Lake home. Jacksonville were guests Sunday was caused by the intense heat In r

-L Moltt. of Lacoochee, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova. Mr,, and Mrs C. A. Knight and that section. The body was cremated distinctive flowers #

IC lIltor here this week. Mrs L. G. Powell left Tuesday Mrs W. TK. Middleton Mrs. Donald J. Morris of Vilas- and will be brought to Live cherry at herschel
I returned Oak later and placed In the family t tjlwk..m"lIlfl
Wllma I
---- fox Columbia, S. C., where she will home the first of the week after spent the week-end In Hil- lot.

w;; iJohns spent this visit her mother, Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. trip to Waycross, Ga., where she a llurd with Mrs James Shepard and i '1
Mr. ----- ------- a
business and Mrs.
Orlando on C. C. Shepard; phon.219 \
III I attended her aunt's funeral \\1IKN THUNDER ROLLSIn "
mart renter pieces unusual corsages/
Tallahassee, Miss! Leila Dea Andrews of Or- : -
Patteof Thomas Turner any State In this country loner for gift ;
lando, spent the week-end herewith I I G. W. Alderman who Is employed I Wlldwood, Is Ult
tlbe week-eDd here In here visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. H. here are more electrical storms In l 1
Mr. I
t and Mrs. J. W. Andrews. ) Tallahassee Is spending a ,
Bennett. the summer than to Florida ,
is two Mrs. Turner and two come t xrit4
joe, Martinez of Tampa weeks vacation here with his
m ( Mr. and wife. sons will )join him here Saturdaywhen This State for some reason gets Its
,ding her parents Miss Hilda Durden has aa her they will leave for) Hot downpours of rain and Its high '

[ A W Redgrave. guest this week Miss Lela Mae Springs, Ark.Congressman. winds in summer storms without
and daughter, Sparktnan, of Mandarin Fla. Mrs J. W. White spent the past much thunder and lightning. Even )
'It I I Rigdon week in Tallahassee with her son TIP TOP !.
in Jack- the llghtnlngrod man must have
.Sva spent Saturday and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. A. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood, of Or- Green found this out for it Is rare to
George C. spent Wednesday at Cherty -
dleM lando, spent the past week-end -.- White : Lake, near Madlsun. Congressman find a house in this State equippedwith
I Browder of Sumter, S. C. here with relatives. the abundance of rods that
)/ Green
Miss assisted
Noreen Hicks who has In the dedication
of Mr. and Mrs. I
Irecent guest In other Southern Stales
spent the past two months In of the Homestead Project at
k, HaIr Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Martin Jackson, Mississippi with relatives Cherry Lake. have acquired says the Melbourne 4
E. McRae of Jacksonville, were visiting returned here this week. -- ._
Mrs Barney --- -
sad But lightning tines In
} get some
friends here
the birth of a girl Sunday. Mr. anti Mrs. Earl
Searing returned
Jutounclng work In Florida Some; of the zigzag GROCERY
23 The Rev. and Mrs. C B. Price Monday to their home
;JJI1Y kind is decidedly terrifying
.-- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, and have as their guest the Rev. Price's here after a honeymoon trip
and a tall tree shows the
''r, and Mrs J M. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs Bill North were vis- niece:, Miss Lee Ellen Raymond, of through points In New York, also blight many of lightning strokes And

i Evelyn Stump spent Tuesday iting in Gainesville, Sunday. Coral Gables. Elizabeth N. J., where they visited nun.Nn M.Tt1un.Jt'I. U AND 85, 1988
out in
many a person caught a t
['icksoDvllle relatives of Mr. Searing.
storm has wished for somethingother ('
:Miss Lillian Moseley returned or -
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewswere than a tree to give him shelter -

L iltors Wall and Jacksonville Harold C. Wed-Wall visiting in Gainesville Sunday Tuesday to her home here after Miss Eva Rlgdon left Thursday from Jove's thunderbolts, because COFFEE Lb. 25c

,] in i a several weeks visit in Jackson- for Okeechobee, where she will In his childhood he has,

: ville with friends and relatives. visit Mr. and :Mrs. Peter Raulersonfor learned the clever rhyme James

ky.n Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer, of San several weeks, while away she Harvey Spencer wrote If you CIIHMK.IC:
of Alachua,
A J Williams Mrs. Donald J. Morris of Vilas- ,
here with Mrs. C. Francisco, Cal., will arrive Fridayfor will visit other points In South don't know it, learn It now. The COFFEE 2 Cans 25c '
tl I Tuesday Wilma, arrived Friday for a visit Florida. '
a visit with her mother, Mrs.S. verses go like this:
I;Johns here with her brother-in-law and
F. Hamrick. -------.- "Good friend of mine, just read
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I
Knight. Friends of L. C. Powell this rhyme, and It save j FLA
''r. and Mrs H. A. Bishop had will be may your

Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and glad to know that he has returned life sometime: When lightning
{nek-end guests Miss Margaret Smith, of Gainesville i CHUCK ROAST Lb. 14c
to his flashes all 'round and thunder
home here after a sev- play "
jD. Williamson, of Bradenton. family hate moved to the Peek was the week-end guest of
eral weeks Illness In Riverside clashes loudly sound seek not s
at FLA.
cottage Kingsley several Miss Helen Gray, at Kingsley
weeks. Hospital, Jacksonville, and Is con- the shelter of a tree, for that's a

Lake. valeslng. risk, all men agree; and gather STEW (Rib) Lb. 121/c

i AUTOMOBILEOWNERS --- -- not, all cattle do In groups, because .
Miss Martha Brownlee had
The Woodmen's Circle as .
will meet
that's risky, too. A dwelling
her week-end guest at her Kings- Prof. George F. Scott, member .-<):/. J\lt
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock In the of place, a church, a school, are
I the
at Southern
: hall. Mrs. Hutto urges all members ley Lake home Miss Marguerite faculty Collegeat all safe places, as a rule; but often :
Rogers, of Jacksonville. Lakeland Is the truest of his PIG FEET Ea. 25c
to their dues. '
: pay brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and in a barn or shed! lurks danger '
from a flash o'erhead. From \IUlotat'4: HI>KKILUNCHEON) '
Tot' REALIZE YOUR Bobby Biggs returned to his Mrs. F A. Scott. He Is en route to t f,

ILHBILITY? BE THRIFTY home here this week from a visit Clayton, Ga. neys you should keep away chlm'l MEAT 1-2 Lb. 20c
I fireplaces so wise men say;
In Brunswick, Ga., with his cousin --- -- PIG EARS NECK BONES Lb. 9c
SEE rs FIRST C. A. CARVER don't forget that men have died or ;
Nell Gllchrlst. Merrill Struth, who Is located at ,
while 'fixing up' the spout outside.
|irful( Drivers Can Save 20% JEWELER Homestead arrived here today for Do not stand near a fence or wire OIL SAUSAGE Pound 25c '

Convenient Terms Too Nashville, Tenn., are guests of Mr. Mrs. W. H. Struth. He will leave I
fire and
; its too risky, I should
WATCH, CLOCK AND McKelvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs I Sunday for the National Guard MALLARD'S' CANOE' (GUARANTEED) 1+
to watch the storm from one'sdoorway.
OLD KELJ.MILE STOCK GENERAL REPAIRING J. A. McKelvey.Mrs. : encampment at Camp Foster. say But dangers will be I G Lbs. 20c ,

('OMPANYAutomobileFlre.Life AU Work Guaranteed R. E. Gahagan and Powell I([ Mrs Frank G. Bauknight, Mr. small will, Indeed but ,heed If these This few also rhymesyou Is a Iii Ill II 12 Lb*. 37c ,tIL

Gahagan, of Savannah Ga., are and Mrs. Julian Hicks Miss Mary saying true, 'the flash you see will It
LN GREEN BUILDING visiting at the home of Mrs. Gahagan's Montzger, all of Jacksonville, also not strike you.: Then upward I 24 Lbs. 69c I
LSON REALTY father, L. C. Powell. Elmo '
STARKE FLORIDA Struth spent the week-en turned my eyes and there against

ST.*RUE at the Struth cottage on 1 Klngsley the deep blue skies were friendly
Mr. and Mrs. William Dobrow i Lake. Octagon Soap Powders 10 for 20c t
clouds, a joy to know, their rounded or :
and children, of Fort Meade, are
I tops pure white, like snow: 6c IVORY SOAP bar 5c '
Size Medium .
i here Mrs. Dobrow's
NAT SEZ visiting pa- ,
: :Mrs. J. M. Oliver, Mrs. Frazier they were the cumulus a sign aa I (

A Sermon: When the final Judgment I rents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Oliver, both of Baldwin, also Mr. old as man of weather fine!" Swift's All Sweet Oleo, Lb.Swift's t5c }, +

and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the
rolls St. Peter A. F. efVest Palm Country Roll Butter Lb. 35e
day around I' Copeland State Farm, were week-end guests NOIMIO 'I'o IIKIIMtHft AVe ,

In going to step up on the rostrum Beach, Is here this week visiting of Mr. and Mrs J. W Andrews, at I IH 4 hereby 1Fnrl'uttsNotice Riven debtor* to
his wife at the home of her Lit. IItLK-I'I".H; UIIITE 3' I
the or
PRY to umlernlftntpd and till
X, und something like this HAll their Kingsley Lake home. / any
MaY Mr. and Mrs. W. M Edwards debt due estate. ofoJ.. L Higgn] ri.- t-Lb.Carton
+ liar please rise." The harmless ceaHed, and to creditor. *! and claim 121/2c Y
v ant I to present to the. Honorable M
liar nuch aa fishermen and golf I Mrs. Emma Canova returned K. }'..rrymRn. County Judas/ I heir 4-Lb. Carton 48c '
Sunday from Clermont where she claim AttiilnHt I the MaUl "state ofoJ |I
going to lie excutted. I Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughter, .
players are 1 HliriTH Jec4 HH *d I. within lKht' .A I
Edna Mae, Wednesday for a visited her son-in-law and daughter month front date of first puhlli-a 8 Lb. Carton 90c
hope. But the fellows that tell the visit In Jacksonville with her I Mr. and Mrs. George B Flynn. tlon of thfn nolle" or the. Same will I

malicious lira, the kind that tend I Mrs. Canova was accompaniedhome b. bltrr.iT! by law, hl( II
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and : M ninilfl, Admx I
to break up friendship of long I Mrs. C. F. Boyer. I by Mr. and Mrs. Flynn who 7- 4-41-8-14 1
I spent the day heie. 3 Tall Cans tHe 1 '-
years .landing, are going get ,'o'rll r jNcftire I MtLLI'S :
IH hereby' giver that I havelied
Mrs O L. Haynes :Misses Hope
a mighty hot reception, I hope Matthews Mr ( my final J report an /01.'uI..r of "
:and Georgia Haynes, Miss: Hilda Mrs. E. S. : and the UnlHltf of Louvenlft V. fowling! ,
I Durden Miss Lela Mae Sparkman, Mrs. R. O. Daniels, and( Russet decetiped.; I that I have filed t>v peel
u.___ __ ti"n fur final dim nitrite, and that j jon i SALMON Can 9c:= l:
\ !Sol Agents: In Stnrke and Miss Louise Snyder were visiting Daniels, of Sarasota left Thursday the fifth day "f August ItHtt: I Ixin
omplet* Line of !Men's SIMPLICITYPATTERNS In Gainesville Sunday. of this week tor a visit In \ ] apply. ] 'I. the Ilonornhli- I K. I I'OIINi'AN f'AI.IFOHNI V I ,
I'. <' Indie' lIP liiudicid
ny'ulI" "unty
SHOES Louisiana and Texas Mrs Mat- nuntv Y, Kbirldn. lit "Stark, rIll i ASPARAGUS TIPS 15c
HIGH Members of the Woman's Christian thews will also visit Mrs Leo .11'1"1' .,r rind final ,report tttt.) j a
ftn final! lie 'harve HN Rserulm( <.f
Union and friends Witkovski, In Lafayette, Lu. .
15c Temperance
III late'
Priced At will meet on Friday afternoon at ....-- -- MII'T his t .?!I..I. Inv "C July'. IIl6! : I| ARGO PRUNES 2 Lb. Carton ,. ._ lOc
S2.98$ :Me'CALL, 1 iusn; !: i ( > 'WLIN;/' ;,
1 3:30: with the treasurer, Mrs. A. W Mrs. Hazel Craft, of Avon Park I Px: .f ut'?ir M.U AI.O'vI: I orSPAGHETTI

$3.45 PATTERNS Anderson.Mr. arrived here this week for a visit 7-J4. 41' .h-1\\ ; Package 3c
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$3.75 25c Up !' and Mrs A. Williams I, with Kickliter.her mother Friend, of Mrs Mrs.. :Miriam'raft lOc Package MATCHES, 2 for 15c ,
$4.95 FAT;\ COLOR DRESS had as their guests and this Mrs! week Charles Mrs. I: will regret to |learn that she is CENT 5c Box MATCHES, 3 for lOc

PRINTS15c I Walter Bryan confined to her home due to an at-

Bush of Tampa, also Mrs. Arthur tack of appendicitis TAIILK \'K-IU'U .

Shonce, of Gainesville.. ---- I

Miss Isabel Monteith, of Phoe- : To. huv fheap for cash, SALT box 21/c ciPEPPER: tb r<;
Mr and Mrs. Urban Spearman,
h ='i nlxville, Penn arrived here Thurs- tvpcwpter' : in R'd, J rondStlcn Ap-

A Complete Line of :Men' of' Lakeland spent Sunday herewith day of this week from Duke University .ly b': Bra !*fJ"1\ f;, mty TMegr.iph;
I Mrs. Spearman's uncle and I where she has been attend- ltp ARGO SUGAR PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans 25c

LOW\ SHOES i iI 1 ,uunt Mr. and Mrs Arthur Wil- ing the summer "18sloD.VhIle.here T.MH.E; I' ?

Hams. 'she will vi.lt her brother and sls- WP.ITE or see! us for SELECTED PEACHES No. 2/2 Can _. 15c }
i I r-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs D. A. Runntr and Ppumsn Peanut Seed'
t Priced At '
accompanied MIC ED or ( It:I SIIK': Pi
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, ,
Monjelth.Mtsset Greenwood: Prducts< Co. Peanut =
I $1.98 j by her sister, Mrs J. L. Wilkes! of I ----- Shee:: : :3 High( "Springs' Fla. PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 14c r y.$
I Jacksonville left Saturday for a
II Hazel and Lois Adkins
$2.49 \ visit in Waynesville, North Caro- 100 0 I had as their guests during: the TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25c j
$2.98 j I lina. I poau: week-end at their Kingsley plant for sale Ready to dig :
Apply to T M Williams Box 26 .rI

1 $3.95 I' Miss Carolyn Hutto cf Gainesville I bush Lake, of home Green Miss Cove Martha Springs Rosen! and Route 2. Starke. 6-26-6tp ,: '..\IU f; HMIS

Ii i i is visiting her parents.! Mr. Yvonne Radford, of CrossCity. I CRISCO I
II and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Sbe and Miss !. WANTED--PERMASET:: REPRESENTATIVE P&G SO.AP s11

Edna Hutto spent! Wednesday in : for your county 3 Pounds 55c ,

I Jacksonville.Miss --- to represent LaSalle Extension I I 3 For lOc
a9d Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gill, of Richmond University Excellent opportunity 6 Pounds $1.07 d ,

Kitty Hogsed, who has Va., arrived today (Friday) for right man. Full training given : -,

been attending Duke University In for a visit with Mr. GUI's parents, for successful field work, free. I fo Uft.\ CRACKER S U G A R'

-- Durham, N. C during the summer Mr. and Mrs J M. Alvarez, at Write HUNTON TAYLOR, 306 (rt\H\M: ('u.cKEICHCilNiiRIl !

FREE INSTRUCTION IS session returned to her home Klngsley: Lake :Mr. and Mrs Gill Massey Bldg. Bimrlngham, Ala I II f i If

KMTTINO OR here Thursday Ire returning from their vacation I < 5 Lbs. 25c J t

CROCIIETL..aDRESSES. la New York and Canada. TRACTOR work done! for you. Also WSIbh'x10c l ; k 1

Professor and Mrs. James Ciace -- truck hauling. See or write, i
of Gainesville, spent Thursday of Mr. and )'Irs.V.. H. Perkins bad Henry Flfer, 1 1.2 miles southeast I i[ iUIi I'l NinE

1E= this week at Kingsley Lake with I I ,3 their guests during the past I off Road 28 Starke. Itp ,' BACON Lb. l2Yzc BACON, Lb. 16c II

I'LL_: LILY THREADS Prof Chace's sisters, Mrs. Roy eek-end J. C. Poppell anJ Miss -I ,

P''RE Bence and Mrs. Joe Hoover .uth Poppell. of Plant City also REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- _I ,' PORK & '
FULL THREAD SILK .Ir. and :Mrs: Cecil Reel and little have some real bargains In improved BU'E ROSE! '

FASHIONED Albert Shirley, of New York ;i aughter, Jennie Lou, of White and unimproved farm I i t1110/.E GRAiN BEANS ; r'' '

HOSIERY Mrs.City spent Miriam the his Kickliter week-end home after here He a with visit was >i I prlngs. Ity.lands paying,11 also commission you one buy lot from on EV me Lake you Hayes Kings-save' !irF!; 5 !bs. 25c 3 Cans .10 ,.,.; IN ,

en route to Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbacktr -
-- 69cIT in West Palm Beach with relatives. of Bronson Billy Parker and owner 7-24-2tp 1

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S MIsa Faye Parker of Bradenton, WANTED: TO BUY-Lot on either SWEET ONIONS 3 Lbs. tOe '
Mrs. J. C. Hillman of Ocala friend here Wed
with Mr. were visiting side of Kingsley Lake. Describe ENNETT'iI! nF.UilJI! or +
spent Wednesday here nesday. Billy returned Thursdayto with best cash price to Mrs W M.
and Mrs William Norris. She was he Is I SALAD DRESSING, Qt. _ _ 25c
Va. where St.
after visitin Portsmouth, Southwortb, 4563; Woolman {
en route to her home a
- Ashevllle, N. C. stationed with the U. S. Navy Jacksonville, Fla. 7-24-4tp tit

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I d, I LIVE OAK-Hall struck Suwan- 1COOn ..)
\iSts'i 1" : r CONTROLLED IN HOME! 'li1T\
!! nee County in two widely separated A comznumu!
f BY rOMIlEIC OR BAITS/! f four ,
1'' r i- areas last week between adopting by 'u,' ,
j NEWSNews thirty and six o'clock and left in been adopted t
LIVE \ i J. '
FARMERS SECTION GAINESVILLE -- COD t r o 1 of I I its wake a picture of destructionin as. Every citizen a ,, tin

.I roaches In the home demands that the effected sections. In some his community "f ID
I J food be kept from them that of Florida"" in Short Paragraphs cases the damage amounted to the best Intert:..'h {
4 Demonstration.
1' i' Conducted by Agents pastes and baits be used or poisoned j complete crop loss. Fortunately, not. Those wh,"

11 ',.f, ,r I : I powder be sprinkled where they : the greater portion of Suwannee'sleaf part In the pr..K... u
CIF 'I ,, II __ "' ..... practice d i. "
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fI j 4oo I_ --- -----I / with the State Agricultural Iii = Ii for on many farms struck by are town liabiiit!,".
Experiment Station. the storm tobacco was the crop
r I, It Is most Important to keep all most severely damaged. Complete
''f HANDICAP IN NMI.N'E RURAL I BARTOW P. Merchant of MIAMI-An airliner brought a following creed l .
;, } 1 food In tightly closed containers tobacco losses were reported in
1. Refusal
1 HAILING' IN FLORID\S SENSEBy I where roaches cannot have access Lakeland administrator for the estate surprise dinner to Miss Marianna several cases. tl'. i '?' '
": -- ( COMMON to it, but even when they will be of the late Senator Park Beeching of Miami from a Havana remarks about ,, t
t filed Inventory In cafe manager who said he had 2. Active mt.. ,
-{{ I GAINESVILLE-Insanitary con JOHNSON able to obtain food, Mr. Watson Trammell an
much when ''
Trammellto her $1 too
probate court showing charged
1 d' : ( bens and parasite-Infested pastures says. They are of starches "
election .
." are the two biggest draw- and will eat starched curtains have left less than $100 In personal ate there recently. Miss Beeching -The Florida state. "
'.1 backs to successful hog production BARIUM CARBONATE PLAYS book covers and other material I effects and an Insurance policy Invited neighbors in fall the full Supreme Court saw its first movie tional. r

In Florida,, according to W. J. PIEII 1'''>EIt TO TilE RATS containing starch It is most difficult for 424275. course meal which was accompanied recently. Attorneys for two insurance 3. Performing, .
'i! Sheely animal husbandry agent OK" OUR: FAKM COMMUNITYWe : to starve them out, but en. by a letter from the cafe man companies were grantedthe when called UPI. I
I I with the State Agricultural Extension closing the food at least protects WELCOME: FOR SIIOLTZ apologiz-ing" privilege by the Supreme Court 4. Patronize: I !
i i Service. don t have a Pied Piper of It and tends to discourage the i I JACKSONVILLE -. Mayor John to exhibit moving pictures as a 5. Every d"y'
J 1'j( Financial returns from hog raining Ilamlln In our community to blowon roaches. I IT. Alsop announced a state-wide part of their argument. The insurance I which will impel,.,
: i are governed by the number his bagpipe' and induce all of Sodium flouride Is a good material welcome for Governor Sholtz will I I NEW TAX PRODUCTIVETALLAHASSEE I lawyers sought by their ty. u:

::1\ of pigs that are farrowed and the the rats to jump Into the river, but to sprinkle around the prem-I be staged here July 30 when I I I Fieri i da's I film to help prove John J. Mc- 6. Be ,
percentage of the litter raised to barium carbonate has come to our ises for the control of roaches. This Florida's chief executive returns : much-disputed gross receipts and I Caakill of Marianna was not enti Court
I l$ weaning time the animal husbandry rescue and relieved us of this pest. I I powder should be sprinkled in I from Los Angeles. Cullf where he occupational license tax passed by I tied to disability benefits under strangers visit m,- .
I tired of this constant the 1935 Legislature produced four Views of McCaskill Any city Willi! ,
agent point out. Insani got dark, damp corners which are par was elected grand exalted rulerof policies. a
tary conditions and parasites are boarder eating up my corn beans, I ticularly apt to harbor the pelts. the Elks. 746301.18 up to July 1, 1936. The which the attorneys said were taken in which to IK.. .1,:' '
the cause of rather heavy mortality oats chickens and other things ( Insects, In walking through It, get comptroller's office reported the from a hotel window with a ous, if citizens" tn. !. I
,y among pigs and in addition to that had been so much trouble to i. the material on their feet. This FEW DELINQUENTS] figure, but said 287824.83 was I telephoto lens showed him as he creed.-Delray h h?i
r V the mortality many pigs that surVive prod.tce.> I don't mind feeding I({,annoys them and they lick it off I EVERGLADES-Collier County refunded under terms of a Supreme -I walked about the business districtof --- .
such conditions are runts he horses, cow, hogs and animals thus becoming poisoned Sodium reporting all its bills paid and mon Court decision invalidatingpart Marianna. Bishop Hugh, .
S explains that pay for their keep in work or flouride is not very poisonous to I ey in the bank claims another of the law commonly known Episcopal Chur.. t

; I Records, Mr. Sheely gays, show meat or milk but this rat horde I man and is fairly safe to have I record with publication of a delinquent as the "chain store tax." I MOORE OUT OF RACE living person nil i II I' .
;,.1, L that when two to three pigs per litter III always taking out and bringing around the house. tax list totaling only --. ancestors.A .
'.: are raised to weaning time In nothing In return. Mr. Watson says there are a I' $8560.: The taxes are unpaid on FARM DEBTS ADJUSTED I TALLAHASSEE-Finley Mooreof
.j t the cost is from $6 to $9 per pig Gus Weeks, Si Smith, Ben Strick- number of commercial pastes and 1,504: acres of land. The county has TALLAHASSEE The Florida Lake City withdrew his nameas J
c 'P; r : while the cost of raising five to land, Ed Williams, Old Slim Tim- baits on the market which are fair 1,231,746 acres, exclusive of state. Farm Debt Adjustment Commis- a candidate for United States
';1 eight pigs per litter to weaning l la mons. Bill Itanklns Abe Larkins ly effective against cockroaches.Most school and federal lands sion reported it helped arrange Senator to succeed the late Park
t I
I and I to be all more favorable financing of mortgages Trammell. His action left only
\ from $250: to $305 per pig. This happened \ together | of them contain arsenic of
a out in the lone afternoon 11.1Cash\ which is making good on 1479 farms and groves three candidates for the late Senator r 4 a C bC v
: .t., i t raise, and wean large litters not long ago whittling talk j times for Florida folks has been during the eighteen months period I Trammell's term as the su.// ,c. :I .
j! I / poisoning and swatting will enable I. ---- : ; llllil lia;;j11ikloKW :
derived in from ended June 30.( Indebtedness! preme Court prepared to [' ', ,
)t ere the most profitable ing and doing nothing In general I the housewife to control roaches major measure ago : on L1 I 4tey: ..
''' Parasites attack small pigs i when Gus up and said, "By the but it is an almost continuous task grlcultural output. Crops that the properties was 3442269. A case involving the legality of pro- ;; :,J."I-IJ 4 ::=rn":: J. '
stunt their growth and cause a I way, Spuds, what would you say to Mr. Watson concludes contributed are headed of course I scaledown of $663,174 was arranged posed special primaries to nominate ;
heavy death loss before weaning I us all going in together and get by the production of grapefruit in 708 cases refinancing a principal candidates for the November
f { a time. Besides these drawbacks, ting rid of rats.--have a regular WHENCE' COMES: CASH! orange and tangerine groves aggregating of 2293700. general election. Other candidates 1 HN iE
i they handicap the surviving pigs rat-killing time around here? The MAKING GOOD TIMES: over 23,000,000 boxes in I --___ whose entry fees Secretary of
i after weaning. The animal husbandry pests are sure eating up a lot of FOR FLORIDA FOLKS the season lately ended. HE LIKES THINGS WET State Gray is holding for the
Returns from fruit reliably MIAMI: W. B. Brown drew Trammell seat are former Governor JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
specialist that pigs dollars for us, and one of us can- the are a
L )t that have been Infested says with para. not get rid of them effectively by GAINESVILLEBanks In six estimated as approaching thirty-day jail sentence because he Doyle<< Carlton of Tampa

rt cites gain nine per cent slower and himself. It takes community cooperation i typical Florida farmers' trading 73000000. considerably better likes things wet--In more ways Judge C. O. Andrews of Orlando CHARLIE CHIN! '.....
so that there will be I than $10,000,000 more than was received I than one Mrs. Brown told Judge and Robert J. Boone of Miami.
{: require 210 pounds more feed to I centers selected wholly at random, YOUR mdMdu.1 contort., .nd" ., .
produce a 200-pound hog than the none at the neighbors' houses to had $12,500.000: on deposit June 30.j in the 1934-33 shipping sea Wayne Allen she had been after It .mUol!,.. j uninfected pig. In the past, par- come over and Infest my place j 1936, against $9,400,000 Just twelve son. Truck crops were also mar- her husband for a long time to fix GRADE CROSSINGS OUT ,,llOM.I.U hotel locilc.., 'qe
of andso keted in vast and most I I the roof. of her board- of down-town lelenolk. Ext .'h
aaites have caused an loss again when I get rid mine, months before. quantities Finally two TALLAHASSEE More than
average i tub end. ,l hewer, toll ., ,
W ttt I >r lltl,1
of $30 per farm In Florida. on." I I United States internal revenue ( ly for good prices the rail movement I I ers bought some roofing paper in twenty grade crossings on princi- ,.d>o end.utlirif' f Ii,......ry ben 'nv" j
alone exceeding 31,000 carloads the hope he would apply it, but and .
"P :Mr Sheely warns hog raisers to The upshot of it was that I i collections In the state during the pal highways of Florida will be pnn] MlttOff hdiyiduil HO.IS <"w,.
take precautions now so that they agreed to go over and see the same months. Including taxes on with enormous shipments 'I I Mrs. Brown said he sold the paper eliminated within twelve months AIR CONDIhONll
will not lone pigs of the fall farrowing county agent the next day and get incomes climbed to almost $30- I sent out by motor truck. Staple and spent the money on liquor. and about fifty others will be COCKTAIL LOUNGE COIF .P
,;4 season, which Is only a few him to help ua out.. He advised us 000,000 from about 14000.000 for products added materially to the ,I -- ,--. marked with modern electric dan- R.,tai..Sinjli' wild,. fintU, Sn----1
z, weeks off Land that has been to put all possible food for the rats the preceding fiscal Florida farming Income starting with aI-I I GAME LAW V'OIDGAINESVILLEJudge ger signals In all sections of the I 78 Room $2 00 8L Room. J7 SC 1,
i year. most 10,000,000 pounds of H. L. [I 40 Room S3.00 !4 Room,, 'J: so i
used as hog pasture in the past In tight bins and then feed them I district customs duties paid in the I state men are at work on viaducts, I 10 Smell R P..I. Si IOl.
should be turned and cultivated or, on barbs carbonate. The barium. latest period were nearly $2,800.- which brought approximately $2- Sebring of the Eighth Judicial Circuit 'overhead passes, and road relocation Sll,k ta MMOTIk ,la dwhb a ,; I---, ..!
carbonate should be mixed with 000000. has declared unconstitutionaland under .. ..... .
,f new land should be provided as 000 against slightly less than $2.-1 a $2,827,883 I POUND
I meal or flour in the proportions of Sources are therefore not difficult void an act passed by the 1935: Federal allocation .. -"
t pasture for t the full pig trop If 200,000 during the previous twelvemonths to the State .,_FAIIf_ HOI,[... l
I to trace whence the Florida n. ii T ;
b ;?it'P this is done he says the pig loss about 1 to 4, he told me. This i Legislature permitting residents Road Department. :
should be moistened to ubout the money that is giving Florida re- of Levy County to hunt .
from parasites will be reduced to Adages current in the olden --
ppp,e consistency of dough. newed prosperity. State Agricultural buck deer in that county between
a minimum times Included that
Y 4 one asserting
He said for us to place this bait "Come what may and whatever befall Extension Service officials July 13: and August 15. Sebrlng'a FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
,who have administered most of the decision came in a test case and I
where the rats could get to it easily .
+' ..."..I<. the farmer he must feed them
y Yp I and keep other feed away from federal crop adjustment programs has the effect of closing the sea- Many Years Experience' Makes It Possible for Me to R niler
i I He also said to decided in this territory, stress the fact son in Levy County only duringthe
p Malaria them keep water barium carbonate. We all EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS: SERVICE
y I out of the houses where they could to start our campaign the same I that these have contributed largelyto regular open period November MODERATE PRICES

is l 6 6 6 get to it, and they would go outsidein night, and to keep the bait out for the present improved conditions. 20 to December 30. l DeWITT C. JONES
1: COLDS search of* water and thus die one week. Prices for numerous farm products .
outside rather than inside the Well sir you should have seen that are now on a satisfactory UIIITE AND GREEN Starke, Florida
,ti I Y ,; Lion T"I".Ir.'I'J! rir.t .inrMAL house.I the rats that died. The community basis became so. they point out TALLAHASSEE- -Florida's 1937 I
;'i''' 'i'b >DIIOI-H n IV USB" Ilrnilni-hvn])llnulJry "., 3<> wrote his Instructions down l la now free of them, and we estimate directly as the result of lessened automobile license plates will have I.
and took them hack with me, afterI that we are better off by $2 a output under adjustment contractsor white letters on a green back
//5 h .U.I.TI.m.Clrlll'l.lntmrnt fled had purchased a good supply of head for every one of them. from distributive regulations I ground. The State Tag Depart-
I imposed by marketing agreements. ment entered Its order for OSO.OOO For Expert RepairingSmith's
Cotton values were Increased, for license plates. They are to be
I Instance to over $1.800,000 in 1935: I manufactured at the State Prison.

:' + What Do You NeedIn from $600.000 for 1932. They are to be available for sale
t9 Rentals and benefits paid to far I to automobile owners December 1.
I mers directly from the United Cost of producing the tags Is & 1-2 Garage

States treasury, as rewards for I cents each, the department said. ,
compliance with the agricultural There different
: Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? adjustment act have also been an kinds identifying are twenty-three the type of mot Phone 120

(Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) important factor In provision of or vehicle licensed. I I,,
tie cash that has gone into Florida -.'
banks for federal and state GUARD CHANGES PLANSJACKSONVILLE Wrecker Service Day or Night i

taxes and toward purchasing needed The prevalence ,
articles. In the past three years of infantile paralysis in Alabama

s' For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber -' on tion cotton profits alone this Including state's total the has op. Guard officers caused to Florida change National summer TOTAL CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE FUNDS

''y' Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time* you save will soon been well on to 1000000. Sugar camp plans. Instead of trainingat IOO%

a more colors Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking payments reached some $1,200,000 Fort McClellan\ the 124tb in-
work of art-get away from the scratch pads. for the period but were not so fantry of the Florida National
nl ',1 pad variety. widely distributed. Tobacco grow Guard will encamp at Camp Foster

ers have received almost a half near here, for two weeks beginning LEFT FORCONSTRUCTION
million dollars while around $400- July 26. At St. Augustine -
I ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS 000 reached the pockets of corn- headquarters of the Florida yLII

f ENVELOPES Of course you knew we carried typewriter hog producers. Aggregate of all Guard said the 122nd infantry, a
the items was not far from $3,000- also
Georgia unit train here
r Ii Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding 000. August 9 to Augu t-2f.
from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa

about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to see
; ? ; ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone I And the Worst is Yet to Come- MP '

Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you didn't R1S N002radt

have to pay the ones they send you. =I I I I -

t -
,, STATEMENTSSome .tea .",, 1411' 19Nv/ ..nN IOt4 W.

1" business houses stopped sendingthese
> out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when --- Where these lines meet
i time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do ----- ,

1'' fair return investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked =
expect a on
'its your
bond.in all sizes-even that extra long legal = is "THE END OF THE ROAD"
a three cent stamp. We have a very special
size that borrow iron
you can never :
'I\ { price on statemerts. your friends. Also that thin onion skin the
,temporary high. This statement is based on
t for making copies.
clamor for actual reports of surface maintenance -

y''"'{ "\ CARDS more and more maintenance costs on 100,000

= l aDd reconstruction year after miles of pavement in 18 state
L "a r For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS L..f.w- : year.Eventuallyanyluwroadaevery state that publishes

Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds of I I ....-_ t are out of the question.All the these records.

Too many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can 1 1l 1-- annual road money goes for

tf S here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There I upkeep!Then, "the end of the Concrete 1.1.. standard bf

i iS reasonable. must be other things that escape us just d road" bis been reached which all roads are judgedinsuring .
now, but you can ask "T both safety,
1 I II L l._ literally and figuratively.I maximum:
comfort and for mo
I economy
L J..
-w -- --' But Here'
| WEDDING INVITATIONS 1 Big News I I'Txpy tori....High visibility"gb
LEGAL BLANKS .ri ttv Jrvm $114 /.
it; The folder type in white the new 1 'I ; $469 i..casyontiresgasand
or. per mih .r tbt
4 Don't bum your legal blanks-buy them f fTI f yr m
t Ivory color. If you must economize on this from us. We have everything you'll need cost oj s.r ." ", .;"I._. till Write for"Road, Maintenance

+ item we have a line that looks like engravwhether' you're buying a cow or mortgag- .o" r.l. l1iZiw.ys somp.r.d Cons which gives! the item-

in ',,1' i ing, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do every- with .thirty ftt oj ."""f1Il. bed figures.
like engraving. thing but pay the mortgage.
4 : } State Road Numb 204 Needs Concrete: Paving

M Get 29 On The Please James LD
', Telephone, .I 1

Bradford County Telegraph e. Hart Atlanta Building Gsa

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;0.COCKCH DIRECTORY I I Third Parties I BRUCE; CATTON SAYS: CAN \RRI.\GK HK -LJKAKNKD' uiturM< desire to 'stand In' wtt:1:: '

CflURC1 > la Tallahassee Democrat) IN COIXRCKL.ASSHOOMS f he professor Few enroll <>ut )f

fUIT B.\PTiST Pastor Have Decided j Like- the? student! themselves'urlonltv or morbidity anti thcso ,. '
.; a Prl e. ruVOV&OZiO Howl I..* Of .\l..m'IU.t Keep loon. change their attitude theyitmit
10 I' II' ,,'clock a. D1. Some Elections the attitude ut college: ,officials to- .
_) ;ell""I"" i j Vmerlrnn From 1'ltiy ward the teaching. of it course in One young woman wits imrensed -
II" with the unfortunate tact
'rbom3nillg m. It might be a fine thing If marriage nan changed from onef I>
1. II a. very
'IN '. i' .aalu agfl.1FURY It H possible that t th.-. ..Icctslve' of serious consideration hat such little, InconsequentialJtlngti
man who wanted to announce > curiosity to one '
r 7 is i' m tar tor in the General Election of'' every fora I are allowed to break up ;
well It
P And might
this has ,
r 7 30 m. that country gone
: p.
worship 1938 will be a who .thcrwt marriages
man > happy
was Unknown -
: without Instruction
.atug I'et1n Wednear I la going, or shortly will go to the course In sociology! !
S 1eier8 to millions Americans up dogs could be mad first to go to In a major sociological One young man used very ideal.stlc .

"I: WeafethodI' gallows I to a month or two ago, and who some quiet spot, and sit down for a Institution Is as empty as an appropriation I. language to ask for some very
)Id.'eek p,,." -r S'NOPII"Golng! west by car Tom jumped up violently from I was known to millions of others week or so of peaceful meditation bill without revenue. practical advice: "I want to get

,' ID to marry Katherine Grant Joe the chair where he had been sit only because his mtmt. appeared on We have been through a pretty Of what use Is sociology unlessIt >ut of such a course something

Wllnon In held on ftuxplrlon of being ting moodily "Cut It out, will you ? a Congressional' bill which was declared .1 bad time in the last half dozen [ helps one to live a normal/ !, hap ivhlch, will help me enter the marriage -

Church FatorSdM one of a gang/ of kidnapper I can't stand It! You haven't been unconstitutional by the Supreme years, and there Is no use trying to py life ? And isn't the solo purpose i contract armed with knowledge -

e1, ? M M' 'S-'mery' Angry citizens, of the town of Saga there watching those people--" I Court of I th,- United States. pretend that the dew has been on of the institution of marriage of those. things which will

l .:ci," .1 J 10 a. m. storm the Jail, Met" fire to It, blowIt "You yellow little wclsher! You That man is Congressman. the rose ever since 1029; but we the living of a more normal, i contribute to the utmost happiness

lolDlDg rsnip-ll< a. m. 1 to piece<< with djniimlte. The are as bad as them." liam Lemke of North Dakota, sometimes have a tendency to carry happier life? The answers are so of both my wife and! myself Such

)iOpworth l..eaorue-1:30! : p. m. door of bin cell 1 Is blown off and Joe "It's getting me too." said Char. Presidential nominee of the newly- on as if no people In all history simple that conscientious professors I a course cannot be too practical,

EVeilinJ Wor.hlp, 8p.m. IK badly burned but he eNrupcit.' Ile- lie. "If I hadn't started the whole formed Union Party, Principal had suffered as we have suf for years have been "IHCU.....- too frank about life"

YOU &1'1 ,n, ,"''d tIJ aU these serv- lIen H> to be dead he gets hit brother thing-Oh, I was with you then! plank/ In his platform is currency fered. Ing marriage with frankniss In He should have this knowledge

I. to file murder charged against But I've got a rotten feeling you I Inflation, and he hut the hupport Judging by some of the Jere- their sociology classes and! perhaps' In the next few years

hvterlan Church a score of the mob m..mbe. The talked me into something. If I I of Father Coughlln of Share-the- miahs on the printed page or the But It was Professor. Ernest; R. Profetmor Groves will have some)

Pr.$ H Lowry Minister chargf won't stick without proof knew how to get out of this mess, Weath tame. Furtlu-rmcre. it is political' platform ona would imagine Groves of the University of North valuable Information about tit* students -

::1\, ,;eor J r :Sabbath School that Joe was killed. A ring Kath- I'd -" I widely believed that before November I that the redcoats once more Carolina who first established a who "learned' how to be

"00 Morning Worship; erin had given to him, sent anony- "All right!" snarled Joe. "Why comes 'round, he will have stood on Concorn bridge, that the definite college course in marriage good! husbands and wives in the 1' l'
n J
11,00" pastor mounly to the Judge force a. confession don't snitch on me?" I entered into an agreement: with national capitol' was in ruins, that and l he reports Increasing interest university classroom Instead! of later
) the \ from attendant you Dr Townsend and who would l like to amid the buffetlngs of the
\ Peoples Ves- u woman will have the west of the Mississippihad 1 among colleges
; Y" ung everything
hut that some mvH!uij(<>. and the "Nobody talking about that. official support of tlu old-age pension sunk into the Pacific ocean, teach their students to marry hap- school of experience. Let ua hop

Ser'! ring, lead Katherine to bHle\e that "I am!" said Tom. "I can't stand movement. would start pily whit Is about all a large percentage that the students maintain theirtrankntsa.

|s i IF, m Evening Worship. Joe" Ic I. 1lIn' It any longer! Be human, Joe, We No one--aside from a few zea and clanking that the on guillotine Main street at 9:43: of co-ed enrollments will .-Tampa Times, :

Church can get out of the country. Start ever <10. Certainly they should begiven .
"oml BupU lots-believes that I.emke can be tomorrow morning. --- -
Bow over again. But 'let's tell the make aucCCHK -
to a
L (/ llemlnirway Pastor CHAPTER SIX'ICTOItV elected, Few believe that he can It Is easy for us to forget that every chance Aside from a daily trip by inspectors

RII' ',v.iv, I Sunday. Bible I IJdJ't truth. attain a majority In even one this America of ours is a big of this.Comments. for cleaning and Inspection -
5ervtc I Ilotk
( ,: i m Services at 3:30: \ Joe yanked out a gun. "I'll kill State But he can be of tremendous countrybig, and! tough. It has of students are interesting the government radio beacons

ID iriernoonI -. you first!" importance in determining stood 1 up under. a great deal of even allowing.._for their-- operate automatically.
"What're you talking about ?" In the silence calm the Roosevelt-LnnJon Before and it '
: surprised a race. kicking around in the past, deal
will stand! under a great .
BETHEL asked Charlie startled. voice back of them said: "You going farther Into that It IK future.It .

B..V t, A, Donnley, Pastor "I know he's alive"Charlie" said might as well kill me. too." They \well to present a brief history of longs. more hAs In t the taken everything from Of every! twelve cultivated acresIn

3trvlce,, ,.v.rv first Sunday. Katherine quietly. jerked around to find that Kath- the third party movi-ment In Am Several times In the history of Sherman' march to the sea to In- the United States, one has been

SUOda: ) Sfn"1 I. 2'30 p. m. Charlie grabbed her by the I erine, her coat dripping' water, had I"rlcalpolitics.. the Republic, such a third partyhas sult's march to Greece and survived shifted from surplus bask\ crops

Bible Studs inJ Prayer Services wrists "Will you shut your entered the room. There are always third pintles, determined the election. Most the to come back for more. this year, under' adjustment con
of that went
ery BfltUt a.v night. mouth ?" Joe turned viciously to( Charlie (of course, and fourth and! fifth notable example and What is happening In the land I tracts.

"You can't keep me quiet! What's "So you told her. you( lying parties as well. Best examples are election of 1800, when Lincoln the I'I'e."- today Well, some millions of

I Flf'll ChrlHtlun Church happened to him? Does he realize I "No, Joe, I followed them" Interrupted the Socialist/ and Communist parties Douglas contended for Aniet leans are looking forward to
J Pastor Two other parties were also
BV. W T. McGulre what he's done-what we've all Katherine I knew you : which put a ticket into thetieli I dency. vacation. \tilps.
fie I". Lincoln received on .
I 10 a. m. In the
-Si'nooi "
I letter'A .
Bible done ? were alive when saw
your l I each veiir. But these IJRrtlellnot will rolling over 1 thegreatest
They go
i 11 a.. m.ii ly forty per cent of I the Vote, yet .
Communion j 'do affect either of the major highways on I earth, enjoying
'brlst,< endeavor 7 p. m. was elected Had all of Lincoln'sopposition 1
( Vlu'lIcsthey have a certain esI a sense of complete freedom
Wednesday 7:30IlL gone to Douglas, the
'raye. noetlng tubliflhcd following and their total UK they go: that people) of
I I latter would! have won easily./
VIt'! varies but little from election past ages could only dronin or ,
*> ( n'l' and Fourth Another notable example occur- I i'h. or." ei.I.u-i.
PreIlC I I I to election. They do not attract they will travel through n fi'it'ititiyhand. \ ; ii
zdavi 'n and 8 p. m. A red in 1884, when Blaine was the : 11..1. .opens... .
the .
I voters!: In any number from I breathing clean winds 'ihat -- r..t d. "IU.ts.
Republican nominee, running I lii,' ..... ,.0"
i Democratic or Republican parties. have/ a \/\\ httie continent 'In'i tumble ...: t.. "
| St 1I rn,- EpHcnpul Church I The Important third parties are against! Democrat Cleveland. Decisive I around In: anti, If they \\I.h, lhe\ ,.s.t % eu .r ..op....11.....
second!, fourth and State was New York. Cleveland '... neI II.I -
Set ... 1'
those which are brought into beingI 10.000 miles without .meseeing "
it 11 o'clock a. m. 1'id.tP..4 carried! it by the astonlHhing- go ,. .Ia., I.Urslice
::1k condition of noldlei ,
some problem or a frontier guard, a >
| titan i'i choir practice atn I Iy small majority of 1100 votes ,
3j the moment and which, though In uniform, or a stronger wlio 'an
>n Friday! nights pre. and so was elected, to the highest
: I they may live only for one elec- not greet them In th>!li own '
land The Prohibitioncandidate
e.1i: v .services.i office In the
I turn present un III'peal;'| to a certain tongue.
York receivedtho
In New
pronottion of the titers of the major Other( minions A 1',. enjoying
hrlhtUn Church total of 23.00O; votes
n i 1 is in this claruufli record
parties It themselves nt home. They' an
lohns Pastor 'lit Ion that Leml H new putty be- that year. Had ten per cent of suing to bunebull g mcu. enjoyingthe
nd and fourth SunS I __ those votes gone to illalne, he I democracy 1
pop-boUlos-nnd-lv> :" '
4' ,md S p. m. now Joe. It IhOHv people' die, Joe would have Won 1 1'MoHt of the bleachers; or I Ihr.v.

3 ,wry Sunday 3 p.m II Wilson dies. Whi-n-ver you go In successful third party was IIro I, (playing golf or Hplaih'HI, :

: i \ Sunday night 8 .,J the world, whatevn ;you do I that led by Theodore Roosevelt In about at some bathing/ beuih III i ,
couldn't marry you now, Joo. I 1012 which ran second to the loafing In serene content on tli-

ting I WednesdayBOB h. ; couldn't marry a d<'nd man." I Democratic party headed by Wil tree-ahadod front porches. of :20.000/ ()
I' great hush fell over "I'll always love v'ii.' Joe. I can'tdo /son. In that year the Republican- small towns and If their country I --w- '

4 .( ..,; 1 '.4 the spectators as J Joe anything about t that Maybe this candidate, Taft took the worst (is, as the piophctH of ahum niHiitt' <

z..' Wilson walked up to is crazy, but I can t help thinking 1 lacing ever received by a major 'ib, !Li one t ti"rivl, : I, f1!", th"' fn, '

wo'il all be better. oft' If you ba.dn'tes'aped party' candidate. \ <' Vu-! ;a! h'l1-
the Judge's bench! :I.-...., t. 1 hc os--pe
JONESComments ,, I. ,,, i ; : | from that j jdl!" Most recent example of an Important I c..stflas.._ ,z.:1.a.J.: : : /E3.

J ::1 .: "Okay, so that's what you can'thelp third party was the Progressive . 'liy c. uiu'l-'tiH'!! ItT> n i ril'llonn .
? So what '
thinking! Who i arcs which had the elder who making '
Party, of people, alt "
On Here : I I am I doing here talking to you ; Senator LuFollette" for Its candi pretty good 1 summer out of ,it I it
\ Charlie backed her further downthe /\ She went dost to him "Why don'tyou i ? Thin Is for me '
three a big night
ind Hereafter date. This )party carried. but ono spite'| of everything, aie Just a> ,
kill me. too Make a good job I
from the should be out celebrating.
people and I
away State. Wisconsin, but received a wise HS the Jeremlahm, If not n I ,
passing. "You saw him In that of It'hat does It matter ? Twen- j And that what I'm going to do.
good-fllzed, vote In almost every little bit wlner. '
l it. Christ and ChristI fire, You testified; it wasn't me ty-two. twenty-three twenty-four. Alone! From now on I'm going to .state It wan not n decisive factorin They've been through I hI' mill Could You Ask? ,
She seized his' arms "Joe, look at I "
I There are by- Why ask me ? I wasn't there. feel. do everything/ alone! the election, however, for Ihe of COUIHC They know un well a.< '
You're losing your mind again'!" me! I understand! how you He grabbed his hat and coat, and t half dozer I" :
the the hint
,fiJule hrlstlanity which peo. dead!, reunnn! that Coolidge went into anyone that .
When I thought you were :
He out-talked and outarguedher. rushed to the door flinging over by a tremendous electoral have been rocky onca fluthey ___
king for Christianity. "Of course, 're right," she and that they had killed you, I ,I his shoulder: "They killed my dog, years '
you I his opponent' John ulo I ( know that their :ountrhas > Tires ;
Vea <,..-at deal of talk about her forehead [I wanted to kill, too. I wanted 1 revenge -, majority: 30,000 Miles on
admitted rubbing :didn't they W. Davis only the traditionally ImmE'llsolnlty and tough
<'oclai and doing some- don't. Now thutyou're carrying an '
ity I
perplexed. "I don't know wwhat'sthe now Excited, angry, emotionally Democratic Solid South of fiber which the duptcantor '
lung *') ''I'i fellow man. A great alive, I want happiness ness f :
matter with me. Of course, fused, Joe Wilson spent! .
the Candidate not .
con-I To return to present, has destroyed
:aiaa} pepu"> interpret this to mean "
Chrlatlamtv you're right, and he's dead ButI again. the night wandering about Lemke has a strong following They know. In .short, thai. for al '
It Is not No man I .
I 41 ,Christian: until he accepts Je- haven't slept for solong. I want "I know what I want and I'm beer garden to cheap bar, In a number of what may be Its Black Legions and Its Libert:] Proven-Rugged---Reliable

iiu Christ, A man to go home. Take me home, Char getting it," said Joe. no satisfaction In anything; auspicious extremely Important States Leagues, Its radio demagogs ant. ,
personally. may
uctpt some truth that Jesus i lie." I. "But, Joe you're hanging twen- touchy, fleeing from his own States which are more or less In its tub-thumping politicians, It I li I'i

:aught and still be a sinner. The He took her to her landlady'sand ty-two people for something they thoughts--from the thoughts that the "doubtful class, and which still a pretty good sort of country;) '

itterence between Christian and she put Katherine to bed. I didn't do!" Katherlne's words had put into his might be able to swing the battleIn to live maa country that has lived ,

i non-Christ Is simply a this: The Charlie and Tom repaired to I "No I'm not. I'm hanging twen- head. Her voice pursued him: favor of either Roosevelt or through worse things than th

arlstian has Christ and the non- Joe's hideout. He was pacing the ty-two rats for something they did "Twenty-two,..twenty-three, twen Land<.>n. These are the Northwest 1030's ever dreamed of, and can di(

Christian has not. Politicians sometiMes floor In elation. Outside the rain do, for something they can't drive ty-four . Statesthe Dakotas, Monlana and it again If It has to Coup.a5.dansTrucksFORSALERY
had started again. His brothers of their i The jury was returning verdicts and to south bit
'cash in" on the by-products out of their minds out Wyoming, drop a 4
threw the newspapers on the table rocksat / Individually for each defendant. etc. Under the American '
jf t the hearts. 'Why did we throw >
Ur Christianity> Jesus Christ.and yet All reject the real which was set for three and piled him?' they'll think. 'Why did we I "Oliver Cobb, guilty" "Frederick. "Kirby elective system, the candidate who : ,' ,, :, I.' Henry A. McClellan '

luable with sandwiches pickles and bottles drive him back into the fire? Why Dawson, guilty" attains a majority In a State receives .I 1 \
things we have as of beer. chance ? Why Garrett guilty "Walter Gor- all its electoral vote even I' 11" \\ II.I.H" ,\I.En'
!nclal service and child welfare didn't we give him a I. 1 >>I !
"rk ''U'' nothing more or less "A celebration. huh said Char. did we think we were God Almighty don, guilty. '" though his majority centrists of but I "il. t b' Ul U01 :Main Street
'than he lie. ?' "Go on' Go on! sobbed a woman one vote. Thus, In a close Stale, a I I J.\('HMON\IM.K, KI.A, '

3f 'P3W. mailow"nrlst. of Men the personality reach for I "You bet your life I heard It "Stop talking like that." KatherIne defendant. "I'm" guilty! I burned few thotiRiiml. votes cast for Lemke rw .11I........S.Flat.l..iNsu. .......; Or Write

] ELLI i over the radio. I got 'em! That besought him. "You're petrifiedwith him! I'll pay! couM),! very easily take that State ... ... SICk
ah o i but a shadow Is in- was some Idea I got-sending the hate!" "Jerome Harris, guilty" Wil away from one major candidate .........,dse 5m c--..... I Southern! \\'ihly'* UI..t. rllmtr.,
tan"" u cannot hold It. Men I "Milton Jack- I IlIun. 1'u'hlr.\Un..t., tin.MimrfraW .
It knocked eln liam Hull guilty" 431
aJU 'the shadow of JeauaJect ring to the Judge. "Sure. I am, and I love It. I love !swing It to the other -
,". for a loop-a loop around their hate. That's funny--love hate." guilty. ---- -- ...
His personality. I necks!" Joe went to the window live Suddenly. 1 D.iwson': broke: away
"Joe. those men and women ; ,
C C .. _u_,_,_ lh" aiSle, in tne man i
and looped tne curtain curu mm toe and laugh, and sped down
and breathe, love
reform with the per- semblance of a hangman's noose everybody else Theyare hope of escaping) cieating an ul"1

8 ''hrlst left out will be "1 had some time getting rid otKatherine's ,cry,not just murderers like !' they were purtof I' roar of confu;,...n. Two bailiffs outside 'I

't' Uun In his unregener- hysterics," observed mob. They were not motivated the door caught him and PT
a : !
naturally selfish. He Charlie. "She's not sold! you're I by thought, by reason. A mob brought him h.u-k.. Behind them P1A1//

1 I'n the by-products of dad" doesn't think has no time to.I walked a ,'.".ung man a man, I
in th II
"..r himself. Most oft "Don't make me laugh! Have think. ; whose pictui" everybody I

t that politicians make some beer." "But the guy in jail --he can I I court room hud been seeing m t tlw II I

r[ the selfish Impulse. I "I'm telling you It was that think cant he ? Lie awake all !' papersthe maft who had been I

"y appeal to hatred letter you wrote( to the'judge that night thinking until what he's I' burned in the jaLO'p,
J IltSS another < I don't know to A great hush fell over the spectators n-zri.J "!
<: against ; made her jump. thinking about makes him want :: !II".
as Joe Wiqon| walked up to '"
great responsibility I what- and yell and hide and beat
t t. ".i of men. It Is wick. I "That letter was the best Idea I cry head against a wall! All right; I the Judge's bench. ""Your Honor, '

tppeals to the selfish ever had! It almost cost me my it's his turn now. Let them know I'm Joseph Wlliwn.. i iI !
thafthln man be put .
men or to the emo- finger getting the ring off, but It what It is to be lynched!" I "I demand
'l'' ,' Htw prejudice or pride. would, have been worth my whole "Don't you think that they do I I under! arrest!' shouted the District :

ULl itu, t, no such appeal. He hand. That must have been some know by now ? What you felt for Attorney. Joe to NORTHERN POINTS :
j1" i" 'nine feed that woman collapsed "I'm ready for that said
enemy hunger sensation when one night for a few hours, they'vefaced 'I
K-turn good for evil. Do They could stand seeing me for days and nights and 1 I "but I've got something to say Drastic reduction in /far.. to practically all North.ra -

fJ 'huse who despitefully use burned to death but they can't weeks. Afraid of each other, of I first. It's no excuse for what I've /I cltUs a r. .a.cti.. at one. Tb. new rat. I

1t1 ruat reminds me. Jesus Stand a. good, honest trial. They'll their wives, of their children, of : done. I'm ready to pay' for that. eductions .r. w..pn! *vt, told the I But It's no excuse for what then In the Last and Mid-Weil .
the masses to do any- probably collapse all over place themselves--wishing with all their city and community I
*lttS the have done to me, either. I .l Or..ti. Cote"..EbI seh.dul. the fined '
*xc pt to come to Him and when they're marched up to hearts they had that day to live people food .T.rY day .T.rr on -

fina 'eh,.t from their, burdens, Can t you imagine what came to save them, but not for NEW YORK $16.20 bus.*. (including limited run. Th. cam* low. (area

Ihflt on, ,ws! or their sins. He We are building false hopes. Of over.Charlie and Tom went through? their sakes They are a disgrace 'I CHICAGO; 16.43: to all cltl. la Florida with frequent schedule.
'"Tied th... course we live In the world.Ve to humanity They who pretendto 'v." i ,
masses of the Inevlta- love you, Joe. and because 10.9.1:
ble fences of evil doing. Je- want to make the beat of every They make them murder be humans showed themllelvea'i CINCINNATI DOL L A R. A. DAY MEALS it
the they love you. you ( 16.50
of ;
smell I'ITTSHUItriI
*!' thing we can. We appreciate think at the first Motor '' '
JT 'P itandards of living for for Something to Meal stop ea Greyhound and Florida ,'
mi,, people It Is useless to restraining Influence of the pres- about for you the rest of their lives cruel and brainless beasts No :i iI INDIANAPOLIS 13.61) Line ha.. been carefully( eelecled at .. : '

Set Jp moral standards of living ence of Christians and the restraining didn't want to live when I don't forgive them. I never will. I IJKTKOIT 16.HO( choice road-aid ta.em. er al principal I.la- '-" '... '

for unregenerated Jesus told influence of the presence of Joe, I dead. But you'realive They didn't lynch my body, but I ,IA'KMON'ILIZ1 Jiff lion. You can ffel full deUciou meal.- i', .

IlLs disciples.I am men.the Light of Christians and the restraining influence thought you were still be together, and they lynched what mattered to me I TAMPA __________ _u..___ 2.BOTALLAHAMSER _*.Id..t.. luncheon and dinner-totaling ':,v. ,I _
the of the Bible and the Gospel -we can liking people and having __ __ 2.HO not .... a dollar a day Ampl Um. I is ,4, ,
world to --my -
"M He Ye told are His the salt what of the He in the world, but let us not be happy. "Let me go with you faith In them. I hate them for It, j OAINEHVILLR! -..... __...- JM iva la enjoy th..... .. > ,. ,, _

tXpecled own in our thinking. Un- the Judge all and hope It torture their souls for I ATLANTA ____... ?..?.__. 8.83 ,
of them. He taught that be led astray human nature can "Sure, Katherine, we'll"start the rest of their-live* . I didn't NEW OKLJEAN3 .... ..--. ft.83 UNION BUS STATION "c : _

;"regenerated:: meu were not His regenerated by mere over-after the hanging. either for the sake of BIRMINGHAM _____..__? AAOCHAKLKHTON. '
jnwWs. He made It plain that never be held in subjection: selfish. It She looked at him for a moment, come here who love me. s. C. ._ 4JM MKH.! K. M. HVUTH Agent '' I, 'Jl

J"y were His enemies. He taught ethical teaching.! It Is be- then turned miserably towards the three young people because I could Further reduction on round Opposite Court Home! Phone UO-W
break out myself ,1p
n<> sinful. It will I came for
r aan I UP .
can neutral. Every Tripe.Trv ,
door."Don't. a
hen g Is on bounds. It must be held In Let's sit n't live alone and wander like
one side or the other. Katherine.
COrding to His subjection by armies and navies go some fun. Stop man without a country. To start r*:,;
teaching! every and have
club. Self down with' my girl and my w
JTJ wu a friend or foe to Jesus and the policeman's thinking about them. Why don'tyou over again to take the responsibility
makes the unregener brothers. I've got
'.. He taught that His friends preservation a navy think of me?" for what I've done, and
the ones He ated man accept an army about -about "
who did what "I thinking you law
am the
Hid not goodness It according
do. force. It Is when pay for ,
ThIDgs and a police were
are awfully me.sbo what a swell guy you 1 END
*< these TI
f la makes men dead
this modern world. MU- that you were alive. But you'r


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t I> |i'i fit# ? Bradford County Telegraph I I The KEEP twentieth!MONEY,century HERE'is an age TOO I'' Gasoline Gasoline consumption Consumption in Brad- And the Worst is Yet to Comp

{.< aiamy.4 I of competition an age where the
Tf Established 1871MEMBER ford County declined slightly from
that survive In the business i
things 94.343 gallons! J in May to 93,224gallons -
,1 I world are the things that must =::1 c::..
= in June. Kerosene use
g =r l
their merit that !
prove II !:
TFIXDRIDA.PRESS; ASSOCIATION Is useless or inefficient soon loses ....r..r off only twenty-five gallon from l I I 1--r -II-: ,
5.975 gallons in May to B.950( gal- _
out in the strenuous race for material _
> ? J .. 1935 a lons In June. This county used 1 I 4Thi'I-1 t
/t'', f -- -- :1 atwand 7 lotcala't supremacy. The forty-two tons of fertilizer last tYs
-' --.-. -- --- -- So when you view your successful ville is a month.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class business establishment In your chose this ---. ___
home community you are viewing There has SW.'UIP1t'CK: IS BETTER ..re
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida those who have proven their mer- SOIL BUIUNO ..oIII
In Georgia FOR
----- it and a right to your patronageand
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fi E. L. Matthews __ _ __ __ ____Editor and Owner consideration. And since while I (Continued From Page One) ( 1 C:
lr The business field In the small mountains
<\\l at times so as to thouroughly mix
SUBSCUIPTION: RATE towns especially Is not exclusiveto the time,
and comminute the
The 'Is to ingredients.
anybody. game open careful
t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance anybody who desires to enter and Commercial fertilizer may be applied -
r Advertising Rates on Application cares to risk the necep iary capi- to the young plants, of
son, the> course, to give them a good send-
--- _.--- -- tal. No one faces fiercer competition -
-- -- ---- --
hand than the small sonville off; but the muck compost should
*!. on every
It's funny, but if you pat a man on the back it developshis city merchant. A dissatisfied cus- with serve as the stand-by during the
and at
chest tomer does not have to trade with growing season, and its beneficial
v him and he knows It. There are thecompeting' way I effects will be visible for two or
-o through more seasons after application.
stores acrotja! the streetor I
s 1>on't forget the ten per cent discount on light bills next next door Or If those do not ally creasing good, I Muck was extensively used here j MPRgLES
suit there are usually towns within : during the late 80's and 90s( un-
month if you pay on time. many
a very abort distance that In- til the destruction by freezes of
7 ; 0- vite his patronage. So the small cars parked the orange trees. Many farmers
vllle, and
Claude Pepper was elected without a struggle. That's city merchant must find a way to ida cars on mixed It with lime, which they
meet these conditions, and he-tan:: burned from oyster shells brought -
, y something-as scarce as jobs are.Roosevelt's only meet them by giving the ser winter think of to( a from Cedar Key, or with hardwood =""'=='
0 vice, the goods and prices that do ashes from Canada. The fine or-
cense plat '
1 i name means "field of roses." Let's hope he satisfy the customers. chards, vineyards and truck patch-
r Most people expect and receive is, then seen on the sandy lands
hr has a path of roses to re-election. accommodations from the home route around Kingsley lake, owed their
--0 merchant which they would never Virginia, vigor to the rich muck dug along

I"i ,. South Florida didn't delay long in sending flowers for receive In a thousand years from a way hurry, but If shores and liberally applied.
/! the mull order concern, or business with the passing of the orange
,' the funeral of the cross-state canal. houses in other towns. It is grades or also vanished the former en-

'1, :a' 0 a cold-blooded "cash on the barrel It was my of the agriculturists and
ginia, the
:" head, or no trade" propositionwith present generation seems not
Lost-By Bradford County farmers-thousands of boll outsiders. Just this featureof Mississippi ;o realize that what is taken from r
"\e.vil.i.: Finder need not bother to return them. accommodation should be a I ed It Is a land In the form of produce, --
and I
? ,( ,j o strong point in favor of the home in the coal was be paid back In the form ofertilizer.
merchant but that Is not all. "You can't eat your Mexican border The last fifteen varez of Jacksonville the
11 Most of the two-job legislators were defeated for reelection ped for the "
and have it, too. '
There are the churcnes, the hustling, years he lived In Dinsmore where ers surviving him ire Newt
I I; t From two-jobs to no-job in a single ballot. schools, funds for the various public Saturday be owned a stock farm and was Andreu of Lacoochee and I

o activities that are only possIble everyone ANDREU BURIED IIERE : prominently Identified in political Andreu of Starke

i a Gracie Allen says that her sister is a debutonsil because because the home merchant and' were doing (Continued From Page One) and civic affairs --- .-

'f l she just had a coming-out party for her tonsils. business man Is doing a successful hotels were He married MIss Margaret L. For dusting trees with t.
business All of these
Ii things are
generally of Stark... He was born and Frierson of Starke and leaves sur- cldes a New York state maj
o inseparable and if everybody traded The all of his life except the past viving him his widow and two Invented shells that can be]

} An exchange says that a lazy man is one who sits in the out and of town public, the activities town would would decay of the trip, years In Starke and was auccessful daughters Miss Clara Mae Andreu I' from shot guns, the dust f
'rt fortable. ,, live stock producer and and Mrs. W. R. Splvey. of Jack- scattered when compressed!
j front row at a fan dance just to feel the breeze. soon cease. 'strike tree
showers, branches
numbering his personal acuaintances sonville. He Is also survived by
0 There Is no way that a prosperous cool. I and friends in all parts brothers and sisters as follows: .- _
I town and county can be main- wet f the state. For three years dur- Mesdames F. B. Johns and W. H. I
r Naturalists tell us that a butterfly is born seven Mechanically operated gwt
i tained and at the same time havea taIns-but ng his early manhood he spent In Green of Starke, Mrs. F. L. Stroupof rets are fitted into the nose 1
t It must be pretty expensive for papa butterflies. large part of the business sent thing, so tie United States Army, being etaioned Crystal River Mrs. A. E. Moltt 'latest type of British boj

11' o elsewhere. got most of the time on -the of Lacoochee, Mrs Walter A. Al- 'plane.
Most people do not realize whatit Crossing --
Air-conditioning is something that makes you glad to
means to send out of
money we found a
qe come out of a place to warm up after beeing cooled off.o town. Of course a few would not try with

matter, but when It begins to marked. ;
mount up to thousands of dollars together It BEFORE YOU PUT ON NEW RUBBER-
ti 1 Twice as many women live to be a hundred as men. We per month then one can see the one from ;

suppose that proves which sex talks itself to death the faster. vast damage to the town and coun- through
o ty caused by the loss of this liquid Ing little !
capital. The banks find their business city with
'' l 'l 1. A British: subject tried to shoot King Edward. Maybehe | curtailed, the merchants can- ly business 1OOKINTOTiVIS0Let

he was just aiming at one of Queen Mary's hats and missed. i not carry the stock they should, to more
', money becomes "tight" and every- small ,
] body finds it scarce because it has
,> q'*')' All men are born free and equal, but pretty soon afterward i been sent away to the everlasting Florida Thousands each,

some of them begin eating more regularly than others. I benefit of some. big, overgrown erywhere us show you the tire that
1 metropolis pressed .
o Keep your dollars at home for state and 4'I' mere poopa, buy than
r4 Lots of people are bubbling over with enthusiasm, but comfortable and lasting prosper us that they

unfortunately bubbles have a way of bursting at the slightest Ity'! Most of a7y cLr.arltl

i.. jar. .- ning to ,

o Rent on the rooms housing the 10 p. m. on ; /
}' Ethiopia is said to have been the original Garden of Eden. women's sewing project in Starkeis a bit / /

y. g Well, the first tenants of the Garden of Eden were dispossessed about six months in arrears counter \ c / /
also. and the owner, although he has In, but the \ ,
: been very lenient, has announcedthat city was so
lot o the rooms will have to be va- tIc moved

All some old-timers know about music is what they pick cated unless some attempt is made my worries
to settle the back amount.
listening to the of tobacco when it hits brass up We were
up ring juice a : The rental is only $5 a month of the city

cuspidor. and if some arrangement could be ''I'' as I hadn't 11 11z
V -0- made to take care of it monthly It wanted to
would not seem such a task as
tlon grounds
The Winter Haven Herald tells about a young married
when it gets several months be- and asked if z
couple who are playing a new game. She cooks and he guesses ., hind.A. one. The

; h," what it is. committee from the Business 'ceived hIs
0 Men's Club has collected the rent Beach, for 9
several times, but members say where '
;J ? The World War was probably nothing in comparison with they meet with such a cold reception about and

E ;' the fight veterans are having to put up to protect a small part sometimes, they hate to approach I'll show
of their bonus from salesmen. anyone. again This is not ant as a
r the attitude that should be taken, or somethin'I
o however, by those asked to donate. got ALL-WEATHER
1 It is going to take a lot of hard work to get a farmers' The sewing room means food turn here

,Ifs 1 market here, but the Business Men's Club has never failed yet and otherwise clothing have to many little women means who of say City"Left a year 43% more miles of real non-

n to put across a worthwhile project. support. The government pays the of making skid safety at no extra cost /

u women, but requires each commu- do at home,
1 is Two fathers in West Palm Beach are fighting over the nity to furnish a place for its own to the center Let us show you WHY G-3 is

/ custody of triplets. Groceries must be cheaper down there project.So if you are approached in the wait t(o complete until our biggest selling \

than they are in this part of the state. next few days by someone soliciting stopped me
o for the rental take it good-na- through and BLUE RfBBON'VALUEI
turedly and donate fifty cents or a from Florida
) Jacksonville men have started a Coatless Club for the dollar to a worthy cause. That's all

; i4 i summer months. They've been going without 'em for years -' O- their system. / 1. See our MAROIN OF SAFETY 011 Y t ,

< 1 here, without beenfit of organization. !MEET THE AGENT/ The visitor demonstration-(hows why
Once more Bradford County ha. city Is shown /
I t ---- -- a farm agent and the agricultural the folks up your car stops quickest on

The Dade City Banner claims it saw the following advertisement industry here is looking; forwardto make you Goodyear's tough sure
: "Silk handkerchiefs a brighter future under trained proud of
ninety-eight cents; bathing stripping Center Traction 'fl fl?
leadership. have
1 ; suits, identical material every
sixty-nine cents In this day of governmental a great town.Anotber AJ1.Weather Tread. Wo have the
'v -- agencies to assist farmers it i la almost -

' ; j iJLi., .,""Why do most columnist have a hungry, despairing look' essential that every county land Is that 2. See our SUFBRTWIST Cord Prize Values at
have an agent to conduct the various made*to Price
/; IIl about them," a lady reader asks. Because most of the poor programs besides carrying out of the Great n, demonstration-shows bowtbi Every

1 ',k things have consumed all their food for thought. hIs regular duties of assisting; farmers tracting patented Goodyear DOUBLE EAGLE] No matter what you

b-. 0 In planning and marketing conventions feature in every ply gives want to pay for tires,
their crops. tels, AIRWHEEL*
; i v Statistics show that there are more stuttering men than Of course no agent can do his not advanced you the GREATEST PROTECTION see us before sell youdecide. bigG3

y women. Perhaps that is because fewer women are called up- best unless he receives the hearty sequence FROM BLOWOUTS. We
co-operation of the people he Is required friends and husky Goodyears
on to explain where they've been and with whom.
:r1F to work with. We believe received by 3. See our local evidence of( ALL.
o that Bradford County during thepost want to as low as
F t'r Glass ware sales are due for a rise this month. It is the few years when we were forced again. 43% MORE NON-SKID MILEAfiE

their annual whirl at to do without an agent have actual: tread-prints of tires \f
I' time of year when the men folks take \ AWEEK
come to realize the value of his Canada's
while the ladies for a couple of weeks. still running on local roads PATHFINDER 46
,4 dish-washing are away services and will be ready to assist motive has I
f t pe the new man in every possibleway. between !. .- -proof that G.3 gives tho.

r e Three-quarters of the totem poles sold to tourists in hauling an longest wear 'and ... Q..dy..r'I
A k t.
Call at the court house and meetT. ( "
Ot Yj .B Alaska are made in the Orient. And we suppose that three- K. McClane, our agent. He 'l mileage any standard dre.SPEEDWAY .....d.... ..rid':
1 'I Cdr.asr.L.
t H quarters of the chop sticks sold to tourists in China are made will be glad to( hear your problems Based on .r....rt tow*>riRegister

in Alaska. and make your acquaintance. thetic rubber IV
many la a
o Columbia Ala., with 1,500 popu- bile tires 30 .
t' Ripley says Falmouth Springs In Florida is the shortest lation. Is said to be the only city Its than the

,, ; ', river in the world. It rises to the surface and goes underground size in the U, S. with dial tele-

1*? k', again' after 900 feet. Considering the condition l phones. population During the of Motor Co.

Pt ,t i things are in right now, we can't'say that'we'blame it-much. Smoke Is deadlier than flame. Eng! ., has
SoI h.Wa1cuat.Street STAEKE- FLOIUD."i .\

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