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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02552
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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CLOSE REGISTRATION

TAKES $195 CITRUS TREE IN CALIFORNIA ; ON LIGHT RATE PERIOD AUG.MONDAY.10 I I NOW OPEN; I;FOR PRIMARY


I County registration( bonks open I

FROM I WOMANHouse I in the office of SupervUor H C i
TO
I BEGIN II
Wall on Monday They will be I BUY AT HOME i AUGUST II

I open each Monday( Wednesday and I

Saturday and will close October I
On l Walnut{ St. 1 10. The I I g
k Patrons Receiv Notice' city registration books.
Rules
Entered Early which opened July 9 in the city Announced On Only Two Names ToKe

Thursday III From City t Jerk hall will\ close M'mday' August Special Page In I On Ballot

Johns This Paper Land SaysCOMMISSIONERS
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IS VICTIM 10STOCKMENMEET I
SE\WOIEn\ TEN !

| OF l 0 ,\ K I 1N_ G HOI D-U" y IF PAID PERCENT BY THE OFF SEVENTH HILLS ,!GOOD FREE; )) THEATRE SPELLERS TICKETSThe TO \VIN:' I i PLANS: YESTERIAY\1.\: I D K

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' Mr,. i I' Smith, who lives in aU131 To Perfect I j ..MI 11I
Customers of the City Light and : Informative ;;
onagt directly behind thejldencf Water Plant will receive the fol. and educational I Machinery for holding the "pi '>
>f Mrs M. K. Hull on BUY IN BRADFORD COUNTY" ,i, rial Democratic senatorial. primary
lowing notice along/ with their current
\Bilnu'' St was held at the point bills: FENCING PLAN campaign ant essay writing con August 11 was set up by the Bradford .

or' gun inrt robbed of $19S by an i test announced'! In the Telegraph : County Board of County Comi _ _
The following rates, rules and lust week officially under missloners
I man about 2 o'clock gels i In a special session yea-
I unknown morning regulations were adopted at a regular I I way with this! Issue of the Tele- terday morning The board has

| Thursday meeting of the Board of Bond SIIJLEY ELECTED HEAD I I: graph. I already purchased the sixteen new i

Mrs Smith was awakened by a Trustees, July 6. 1936 and approved OF.TERPORARYORGANIZATION :i Turn to the "BUY IN BRADFORD I i ballot boxes that are required, and<

IUD being pressed into her breast by the City Council at a regu- [ COUNTY" section in this I yesterday the members appointed ks.
sod a voice saying, "Give me your lar meeting July 7, 1936. I I issue "
Effective | and see list of public spirited |clerks and Inspectors and! authoris
money 'ar ['11 kill you. A flashlght August I, 1936. A Bradford I Business Firms
\ County Cattlemen'sAssociation / who have cooperated led. the printing of the special bil
t was being shined directly Into First 50 kilowatt hi o.'. -- lie perk -not to be confused j I'' with local civic organizations lots. Clerks, Inspectors and. deputies

Der face so she could not tell w with the Bradford-Union Cattle- and The Telegraph, to make 1 will be paid $::1 for the election !\

whether the man was white or colored Second 50 I kilowatt hours -- 8c men's Association -was organized this timely and much needed cam while those who bring In the ballot

though she described him as per k. w.Second. Saturday afternoon In the 'paign in the
office of possible interest of : boxes will be paid $1 plus: five
I Urge and his voice rather Indl- 100 kilowatt' hours __ 6c County Agent T. K. McClane The general" economic progress of cents a mile.It .

I cited! that he was a negro.The per k. w. purpose of the meeting was to Starke and all Bradford County. I :
was decided last week that. thelection I
\ thief entered the house by All above 100 kilowatt hours :5c form an organization lo steer The purpose of the campaign Is
would he
legal when the eState i
I cutting the mesh just enough to per k. w.Minimum, through to completion a project for to show, that by supporting Business Supreme' Court ordered. Secretary 9
unlatch a screen window of the charge-$1.35. fencing the town of Starke. and Industry in the home of
State R. A Gray to {
room where Mrs. Smith sleeps with I j A ten per cent discount will be W. S. Sibley was elected president County, makes for "BETTER with arrangements for proreed the ,

tier o-year-old bahy. Faint footprints ;, allowed on the above rates If paid and W. II Smith, secretarytieasurer TIMES" all the way around and election to nominate successors to t

spilled unlighted matches, by the seventh of each month. benefits all, whether they be engaged -
California has
| succumbed to the salesmanship! of Governor David I the late U. S. Senators Fletcher ''i
ud broken shrubbery marked the BholU of Florida, and Is trying out a new Idea. A Florida citrus tree has Water Rate It was agreed (hat the organiza 'In business or not. That it and! Trammel!. ,
ipot where he stood while entering. been planted at Exposition Park at Los Angeles, where the natives will Minimum charge per month- tlon's main reduces tax bunions. generally, I
have a chance to examine at close of $1. With interest was In the It looks now as If the ballot
'I('II kill if range one Florida' best talking 35 ( allowance of :5,000 gallons creates employment, makes additional
you anyway you points. Here Is Governor SholU. left, with Oovernor MerrIAm of Calllornla .) building of the fence, and that unless business will carry only two names thosa. ry'of 1
I scream the man threatened after I who turned the soil to admit Florida's permanent guest the members wished to con- opportunities and ex-governor Doyle E. Carltoa
making his first demand. KnowIng Any excess of 5,000 gallons, 25c: Industrial opportunities stronger *
tinue, the association would be dissolved
1,000. and C. O. Andrews, of Orlando I
that to resist was futile, Mrs. per at the of markets for farm products, and as N
Smith reached under her pillow No discount will be allowed on completion the pro : a whole It strengthens! the general who will compete for the senate ;1

water charges. jectThe I economic status of seat formerly occupied by Tram- !,
where her pocketbook was kept, i RIOT GUN BOLL WEEVIL every Individual l
melt
tail handed it over. It contained Rules and Regulation cattlemen have started In the county. Attorney General Cary D. '\"{

1199 In a varied assortment of Ten per cent discount on electricity fencing with $400 donated equally I I Be sure! to follow this campaign Lnndls announced Wednesday that t f:,

I bilk Taken Appears If paid by seventh.All by the city and county and expectto I closely from week to week the mime of R J. Boone, of Miami ,

j water charges are net. finish the project with funds obtained luring the five weeks duration. On and the third candidate. for this
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The woman awoke residents of All bills not paid by fifteenth by subscription. It Is estimated -I the "BUY IN BRADFORD COUN place would not appear on the
I the Hull home but the police were FROM'NEGROi that the i ballot because of his failure file *
I IN UNION service will ba discontinued with. job will take be- TY" page will he found a list of to !
lot notified until later In the morn- tween his -
out any further notice.Superintendent $1,000 and $1,200. progressive Business Firms who campaign expense statementon

log At noon Thursday Sheriff A. I 1-- r will not collectin Bills totaling $12275 were ordered I' offer teal I values la their particular : time. Boone however, has an
I 0 Andreu said that officers had i flounced that he will contest the. J
AGENTS ON TOUR THIS the future as has been the custom paid by the finance committee. line of hiiHineHN, every day la the ,
STATES ATTORNEY WILL ,
I clue to the of \
to as Identity the i In the action it
FIND past. These Included 700 fence posts at vfiir Full Instructions as to how I (
tilef NOTIFY FEDERAL WEEK. TRACESOF II .
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I ----=----. ten cents the remainder of the total to WIN cash Bonny. 1 pe 11 lies: und flue Claudo Pepper, of Tallahassee

Mrs( Smith has lived in Starker AUTHORITIES PEST Mrs. Simpson Buys Home going for labor theatre tickets. will also be found' won unopposed the nomination to i '

I the past eight months. Her I Saxon s Store at Hampton was on the "BUY IN BRADFOftDCOUNTY" succeed Fletcher and his name will
Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Deputy Appearance of the boll weevil at Mrs. Pearl Bl....Simpson, widow of
husband Is electric the not the
an ballot. If
engineer on an successful bidder on barb wire page Get busy and appear on only
several places In Union the late Rev. L. B.
W. E. Thornton arrested Ruben County was Simpson form
train running out of New and staples' for the project. write a prize winning essay, itisn't Andrews and Carlton are allowedto
reported this week by er Methodist pastor here, has
Burchen, Jacksonville Sat County
York, but she here in at- negro purchased make the second
came an ----+-- hard to do. Find misspelled race no primary ;,
reckless Agent T. K. McClalne after an inspection the house on Clark Street
tempt to get away from city urday night on a charge of lioree hugs Place words In ads and get free ticketsto I will be necessary, t f
driving. He was later released of the crop there with now occupied by P. S. Denmark.
apartment life that she did not Ritz TheatreIn Some counties have announced
of $5 fine. L. T. Dyer. Union farm agent. Mrs. Simpson has always liked Dun Boree, former resident of
payment
think upon that do
would be healthful for her the merchants': ads on the they not have sufficient
I imall child. The negro was carrying in his The pest has made bad Inroadson Starke and Is happy to return here Starke who has been living In "BUY IN BRADFORD COUNTY" funds to conduct the special primary

car a "riot" in violation of a the crop In some few places Mr. to make her home. The place was Jacksonville for a number of yeal's.where but confidence was
The boldness of the thief Is dem- gun page, can be found a mlspelled expressed -
| outrated l by the fact that the robbery I Federal law, and State's AttorneyJ McClane says, but so far he has owned by G. M. Slstrunk and the he was a fuel dealer has word In each one of fifteen of the all along that Bradford could d>
sale
not found to amount to was made through the Wilson purchased the Jarrett place on :
| took place In the heart of the C. Adkins of Gainesville has instructed any any- advertisements each week during what was right about the matter.
Realty CoOffice Send '
officers here that the thing in Bradford Kill Lake This farm has Secretary has said that all I
gun the Gray
residential section, In a fairly open campaign. The person who I
| lot and with the moon shining be held while he communicateswith The agent has "rogued"' about 100 acres under fence and. Mr. Bo- discovers the misspelled word In counties will be required to hold

brightly, government officers. 125 acres so far In this county and Here AffectedThe ree Intends to raise livestock and anyone of the merchant's ad In 1 the election and that If funds are

-. Deputy Thornton stated that the thinks that he has about the same local poatofflce, now third chickens. and grow grapes extensively which the misspelled, word appears, I,I not available to pay clerks and inspectors I

SENIOR SENATORIS negro was driving from one side of amount yet to go. The crop still class, will be affected by President A. _. and Is the first person to get to volunteer workers may
the road to the other although looks fine he says and some planters Roosevelt's order placing all post- -- -- said merchant's place of business, serve at the precincts.

PUZZLE there was no evidence that he was will begin picking about the masterships under the Civil Service Newlooks At Library and show them that they have discovered 'i 1 Election laws require county

intoxicated. middle of August. However. F. F Stump present Mrs. H. H Young announces the the misspelled word In commissioners to name precinct s

POLITICIANS WONDER WHO Sheriff Andreu was In Marianna postmaster, has two more yearsof arrival of five new books at the their ( the merchant's adJ), the I clerks and Inspectors twenty days)

WILL GET THIS Tuesday to take Lester Henderson, Bee Man to Be Here his current term to serve beforeIt library. They are "Sunfellce" by merchant will O. K. the ad whereupon before an election, but Secretary-

HONOR fifteen-year-old negro boy to the J D. Haynie apiary expert, will will be necessary to undergo the Vincent Sheehan, "Weather In the winner can use merchant's I Gray said this requirement was r

reform school where he was ordered be here some time next week to ad- Civil Sevlce examinations. Street" by Rosamund Lehman O. K. for admission to the Ritz not in effect because the status of

When Scott M. Loftin present sent for two years by Judge E. vise Interested persons on bee cul -.-- ---..._-- "Kristlan Lavansdatter" by Sigred Theatre. REMEMBER, the first the special primary was not decided '

lector' United States Senator from K. Perryman. He was found guil- ture. Anyone who wishes to see On an average there are three Undset, "Imperial Palace" by Arnold person to reach the merchant with I by the Supreme Court In time
Florida .. .
finishes his temporary ap ty of breaking into Wadsworth'soil him may leave hIs name with and a half pounds of salt to ev- Bennett, and "National Vel his misspelled word, gets a free I -. -

pointment the in January Florida for house at Hampton. County Agent T. K. McClane. ery 100 pounds of ocean water vet" by Enid Bagnold admission to the Ritz. All the merchant RITZ TO SHOWMASTERPIECE r

third time In its history will i The Bradford officers also arrested has to do, is to O. K. the I

be without a senior senator. Isaac Williams, aged and ltd., signifying that the holder was ;

Although two senators will be crippled Lawtey negro, last Satur- the fust pet won to arrive at his .' ?' !n

Oionen by the people of Florida to day for selling Intoxicating liquorat I CAN YOU TAKE IT STAR KEITES? piece of business with hU ud. I "MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY" "

rul of whiskey CONSIDERED ONE OF
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vacancies, neither of them will his home. Two gallons r rl rlIf -- --- I d
Become a confiscated. Sentence on I BEST FILMS
"senior senator" immediately were Bad Gasoline Found

state according to W. T. Cash, the negro was suspended upon his You Can Then Read This II III TALLAHASSEE Nine samplesof "Mutiny of the Bounty," Metro.GoldwynMayer's *

lay) the librarian. Term of service, I promise leave the county. gasoline taken at four different I greatest sea pic
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authority determines the"itor places In Florida, were found. to be ture that will open at the Rita The

senatorahip. FANS TO SEE I By H. E. LAGERGREN I and the merchants honest and fair', wood haulers, will make gsps for below standard by state chemists: atre Sunday for a two day run,

It has been argued by some po- BOUTS What's the matter with Starke ? and evidently they are doing well. the cows to go through, which can- recently, the state agricultural Inspection carries one away with the sheer la- '.

the Wlcal saalyslst that members of GOOD She's all right. Her only fault Is Some of the businessmen build residences not be helped. But human Immi- bureau reported Inspectors tensity of Its drama Although a '

Senate elected in NovemberPutione WILL APPEAR ON that she Is not growing, for themselves and have grants should be kept out by took 480 samples In the state historical romance wrung from the '

Would' automatically assume the FORSYTH HEREIN In bygone days such 'men as J. summer homes on Kingsley lake means of signs tacked to the posts, during the two weeks. The Illegal actual records of the British Ad- y
CARD t
fire held by the men whose of FIRST YEARS C. Richard C. E. Pace J. M. Johns and they seem to think that no saying "Keep off the grass'; "Pri- gasoline was found In Daytona mjraltty, It Is far more absorbing

they fill This would entitle J. L. Gasklns, C. L. Peek. J M. more can be asked of them by the vate"; "No admittance," "Keep Beach Ormond, New Smyrna and). thap pure fiction. It Is a superb; r ;

.in Claude Pepper to the senior po- Local boxing fana will have a Truby talked and worked for community. Others, again do no out-this means you." and so on. Orange. 'achievement in motion picture., ..7 '

\on upon election, since his canedacy chance to see a fight on the home Starke and were not averse to : building or anything else for the We understand that the city clay ----+-- historical picture am It should band -

& Is I for the post of the late grounds for the first time In a reaching Into their jeans In her behalf public good; they appear to regard pit has already been fenced In.>)> Unhurt By Storm one that will live for years to

nator Duncan U. Fletcher. An- couple of year Monday night when and they thus caused her up- Starke as a temporary camp We have several business and come as one of the most excitingsea
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other theory has been advanced Vasco Forsyth meets Harry Kersey building. They did not alt down and only, for the making of money to professional men la Starke, each HOMESTEADGrowers today tales ever screened The cast

bed lllat j the seniority would be determ- of Jacksonville at the .American wait for things to fall \Into, their 6e spent elsewhere.The of whom Is well qualified for leadership said South Florida' citrus and avocado Clarke Gable Pranchot Tone I

by length of unexpired term Legion Hall.Spectators laps but reached out for them. trouble Is that we have no If his apathy and modesty crops come through Tues Charles Laughton Herbert Mundln ;
Of '
office held by each of the re- are expecting their Picnics excursions races, speak leader to point out our shortcomings would allow him to assume It. day's storm without appreciable Eddie Qulllan. Mamo and Maria r

'Pecttve_. enator8 whose death oc- money's worth, for they well know ings, advertising all sorts of duties and needs no man Query: Is such a man justified In damage. C. J Parman, Homestead I the native girls, and fifty mora I

Wh7r.utnl year according to Forsyth's talents, and have been means were employed to make our I with a compelling voice and a hiding his light under a bushel Instead nurseryman and fruit packer said make up the Impressive cast. Ii
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theory the candidate for the told that Kersey Is plenty good too. city known and visited. Conse- "sharp stick,' to make those who of being "the voice of one "damage to the avocado crop hereIs Tuesday and Wednesday brings '
TCammell loosen the In the wilderness" ? We not worth mentioning. There to the Rita "The Moon's Our
senatorship would as- The latter has boxed Jimmy Reed quently, years ago we had a larger have money purse- crying are
. lIIe the about In need of leaders will be some wind scarred fruit but Home" with Sullavaa
senior position. of Norfolk. Va., and Sammy Lucas population than at present and strings and bring Improve- to further Margaret ;/
We need number of ren- Starke If is the actual loss Is practically noth and Henry Fonda.
Democratic aspirants to the of Jacksonville. He has Just returned more residences. But one by one ments. a well-being. our city
T ralUlUell senate seat are former to this part of the coun- the leaders departed this life, and tal houses for those who would to remain a trading point pure and ing' ----.-- -. -

tavernor Doyle Carlton Tampa try from Washington. D. C. wherehe the general apathy and lack of Initiative like to live here; we need buyersfor simple, then let It become a large Mrs. A, Sternberg Dies
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vacant lots In town, with ten Attend Sholtz {Welcome L
JUdge C O. Andrews Orlando had a very successful campaign. which are our greatest the many trading point buyers Word was received here yesterday
tbar1ton in at 148 shortcomings, returned gradually; and farmers for the big openspaces where there la only one now; where R A. Green State
appears to be a favorite Forsyth will weigh Congressman of the death of Mrs. Angle
I died and few all around us; we need Industries more complete stores can be supported -
gllout the state for the nomln- pounds and Kersey at 145 many moved away or Senator Charley E. Johns and B I Sternberg, former resident of
a their A and Improvements, so as so that It will not be necessary '
semi-final Is promised new settlers took places. Jacobs were those from i
A good among |I II Starke at the home of her daugh- i
"(f the' two of Gainesville, number of residences were burned to Induce a larger population. And to send to mall order houses here the mammoth wel- '
are elected at the between Red Nail |I attending ter. Mrs R H. Barber, 431S st.
!,l1e and several industries we need to have our city and coun- for things that cannot be had here.
"a time, Mr Cash *P'amed'thouifh' II and Jack Smith, of Jacksonville. It and not replaced, come in Jacksonville yesterday for Johns Ave., Jacksonville The fu-
flourished here! advertised In mediums that Let a leader step forth, drop his
will' *be senior senator, al- la stated that fans) here will like that had ty Governor Dave Sholtz, who was neal will be held this) afternoon
and tumble out, until now there are reach outsiders; we can easily substantiate stage fright lift up his voice and elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the
one's term will be longer Nail as he Is a rough petered (Friday) at 4 o'clock Intermentwill
tw O MIn any claims that we may start the ball rolling by making
tTce.l0ih'rWhen one of the fighter who has) never been knocked only two factories In town. national Elks order at the California be In Evergreen Cemetery. '
the last of the leaders, was make for we can furnish ocular Improvements for his own benefit
deci- convention. .
only'one man.
> be senator, the other out and has lost -- --
and Induce others do to likewise.He .
IeOlllatlcal1y the good of our proofs .
In
active promoting --- -- -
knior assumes the title of scoffers, fun at will find that Starke people are To Hear Complaints
poking
l
llenator"and sion.Preliminaries will begin at 8:30: city and vicinity; but after his un- (Unholy Charles NormanThe
though there reluctance to Increase to "follow the leader,"
Cray be some admission 35c, timely demise no one has taken up our seeming very eager Bradford County property own
phaldent of designation by the o'clock. General tits mantle. of population, may point to even! to the extent as to Justify the body of Charles Norman, of ers will again be given an oppor

tro1ence In the senate for his con- ringside 45c.Robert The city eventually! settled d wn the agitation of frenzied fencing, paraphrasing the old jingle Braden ton. arrived here Thursday tunity to register complaint,

appointment to cornbra' I point that and now on tap, as In line with this "We don't like to stir, but by afternoon at the Bores Funeral against their tax assessments on
trading
be
to a
"" of Kansas City
the "aHy the senior sena- Marshall sister tn- nothing else, and for her' size shecan. policy. If a fence be built around golly It we doe Home. Further details of the death Monday when the Board of County .- //t

!n declareso hath served the gave away his daughter in this respect, not be excel! 1 Starke wind blown trees falling on "'- have the men the stuff, and or funeral arrangements could not Commissioners will meet an aboxnd
wed- .
br e Florida- law and cousin at .a triple ed. TB. store ere many and good It.'and wires snipped by Indignant wi have the money, too." be learned yesterday, t' of equalizers ;,'

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; '; certain IV TRIO CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD NOTICE
with that OP
j aROOKERMiss ilislN'G and in arcordsnee rovvTY! FLORID I. iv 'PPLtI
:r.) final. decree of foreclosure. and sale FOR Tst: TIO'
o GRAHAMMr
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'WOODLAWNMr 'H4NCER Y. :
; .. by Z Adklna as ( ("...1. Bill
_ ( Cor. I- C. Msaltk. t..rr.._..>.>. Vera OaJney, Correspondent Ml** Edn Lewis. Correopoadenl Judge. of the Circuit Court of Brad O. W Bailey.Plaintiff. NOTICE Is If ; \e, I.'t' !"
if', *. A. J. Varbrough Hal oideB' 6
I'll Florida. In Chancery, Edw.rd.. ,, : fh
Y l Mrs! Delmar McKlnzle of Jack Mrs. A. F. Rauleraon and small Elder and Mr-c: : : A. Crosby of In that certain: can** pending I In sak Vs. Case No. B94 Icate No. 51. l5saed 'h' ear :'en'

'f" )Ir. and Mrs. R M. Kersey and Brooker, were the guests Sundayof Court wherein The Federal Land Lottie Alone Bailer, Divorce July 1&. D. 1923 h" t .;, bf
with her and and my office
onvill. spent Sunday parents son Austin of Okeechobee Bank of Columbia I I. plaintiff Defendant and has nad'" ., .n..
S' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stone were visiting Mr. and Mra. J. H. Sur- her niece. Nadine Rauleraon of Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis. Emery C. Lewis and Magnolia Lewis. ORDER OP prBI.I'TIOIV Said for a tax deed to 1>. 'u...ophl,11....
51 1, .
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Kersey L. his wife, are defendant, case NOTICE' TO APPEAR certificate "''nb, .. he...
itll
+ from Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyat attended here as guests of her parents, Mr. 110. Conner and daughter Miss Elaa decree appointed. will sell front to the ol To Lottie Alene Bailey who's rest County Id.. to-wit.of Bradford, )1',<, '. .' : .

and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough church at Rock Sunday. and Mrs. H. P. Gatney. They spent all of Gum Branch, were the guests the hlg-hext South bidder front for door ofhthe Bradford It dene I. hereby I h. unknown ordered: that you are All E'! of NWw h!: ", i. ,10,

and son Clyde have moved to Mr. and Mr!!. Johnnie Lwls 01: part of this week In Lake Butleras Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. County the legal hours*of FlorIda. ..1. required to appear on August 3rd A. tlon 23 East?Township 40 -I ,, ,"h7.8.5t7. ,'",.;......*,..
lawn from Cross City. durln r D. 1924 before the above. entitled Acr. (
Wood and
'I of her sister Mr. Conner.
Ziff were visiting: relative here guests on Monday August ard 19311. theinlBradfordeCounty court to the bill of complaint filed The assessment .>r ''I i, .

W. R. Kersey A. J. and Charney Sunday.Mr. Mrs R. W. Brannen.H. Miss. Girlie DeLscy returned to Florida. to-wit.Itllal.: against you In the above entitledcause cue rty was under In the "lid .. ,'"aId r'e"stn/ l
the ,
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Yarbrough were visitors to Cross and Mrs. 1..1, Mlkell of children left after ; and Bradford County Tel.- her nam ,1, .th.r
B. Crosby and Green Cove Springs spendinga The East half of Northwest Quarter I is hereby designated as the Company,
k1 i City Thursday and Friday. Pittsburgh. Pa., are visiting her Sunday for Greenaborough where few days with her cousins Miss I>f Northeast Quarter and Northeast duly graph qualified newspaper In which i redeemed Unless said ''', t <, ," ',

,p S I Vance Keene from Cross City parents Mr. and Mr. F. M. Griffin he joined Mrs. Crosby who has been Vera Lee and Irene Lewis of Northeast Quarter of Quarter Southwest of Quarter Section this week. Order for four shall consecutive be published week one a described according thei, ,?,,,i',5',, theiperty ;' ')it

}: waa visiting his grandparents Mr. for several weeks. spending a while there with friends Miss Evelyn Crosby was the Fourteen, Townahlp Six containing South, Witness my hand and the seal of to house the door highest bldd, II' the" ..
beat,
} and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday, Mr. and Mrs F W. Reynoldswere and relatives. guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs R. thirty Rang acre Twenty-one more or less, all In this Court of June at Stark A. D. 1924.Florida this the month of on Augu the :""'
been sick visiting her mother, Mrs Florida 30th day the 3rd. day of ,, ; wtid
Mrs, Mary Johns has Mrs. R. M Cainey and daughter M. Crosby Bradford County (SEAL AU" iHG,
singular Dated
{ John Thomas and also attended Together" with all and A. J THOMAS this 2nd. d:. ,"' T"I,', .
and we hope her a speedy recovery. Eloise, are spending a while In Mrs. Grover Moore and son Bu- the tenement, hereditament, and As Clerk of Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL:)
Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mrs. church at Rock Saturday and Sun Georgia with friends and relatives.Mrs. appurtenances thereunto belonging of Bradford County Florida A. J. TH0)IAS
of Fort
ford Myers, are spending all situate Clerk of .
In any way appertaining Cir ""
and son. Char. day. or KNIGHT & KNIOtiTAttorn.ya '
E. E Yarhrouglt Irene Thlgpen and daughterof this week with Mrs! E. J. Lewis. In Bradford County Florida.E. for Plaintiff aftBradfor* is.rF'
and .
to Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves '
were visitors K. PERKTMAN.A .
nay PaUtka spent Sunday here as
and Miss Ed- 7-3-6t-7-3t
Miss Melva Crosby .
Mater In Chanc..ry.KNIOHT
little who have Special
last Satur daughter Shirley
Baker County
Grove.
guests of her slater, Mr and Mrs Lewis in Green A KNIGHT
na were visiting
and Sunday. been visiting relatives for a while Plaintiff. APPLICATION O'rlr.1, : OF APPI,111I'101
,, day B. F. Hazen. afternoon. Attorney NOTICE, OP FOR
Cove Springs Sunday aror T" [
Mr. and Mra. N. M. Bradley were returned to their home at Winder- -3 FOR TAX" DKK) UR9:1.NOTILE ; : ,

visiting In Woodlawn Wednesday mere Friday. Miss Ella Mae Strickland of Miss Ana and Ned Shattler recently (1II..aCIl Bill HEREBY IV*. lrt.1* GIVEN r. BHEREitVa7t{ :: : ,

i night Mr and Mrs. Grover Rhodes of Noon Lake, Is spending part of returned to their home In NOTICE OF APPLICATION That NOTICE L. W. Conway IS holder of Tax That R. H. Smith bolded, I "' t',
this week here as guest of her FOR TAX DKKOlenate Issued the 5thday tlfluate No. 4n. ISM' d '. 'j
D. C. who call Jacksonville' after spending several Certificate No 333 Of y
Mrs. R. N. Crawford has been Washington were ( Bill ISO. 1113) D 1932, has filed August A. D tar"l ],", 1 I'
y very III and we hope her a speedy ed to the bedside of her brother cousin Mrs. J. B Russ. weeks with their cousins Misses NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN same of September.In my fli and has made tlon In my for office a tax and deed hatm,, 'wpb a

recovery. Fred Johnson who la III in the Mr. and Mra. R. W. Brannen Melva and Dorothy Crosby. Fourth C Simrkman Certificate holder No.of One-431, application" for a lax deed to be Issued thereon Said: certif" ,, m,

M. HlllarJ and daughters. Juan. Gainesville hospital returned to of Lake Butler spent Sunday here Jeff Lewis of Jacksonville spent Issued the of Tax 4th., day of July A. D. thereon.the following Said described certificate property embraces the the following d..,.. ih,', i J "yet 1>
of 1.
and E. E. Yar their: home Friday as guests of her parents Mr. and I the week-end with his family here. tU7. has filed same. In my office and In the County of Bradford, Florida county to-wlt Rrnrlf i : '"
Ita and Geneva for < tax deedto
made application l
3 i Mrs. H P. has State of Florida, to-wlt:: South Half .
4 Crocm Mrs W Smith and sons J. Wand Cainey. be Issued thereon. .f .- wew
brough motored to City (
?G, ,.T, Paul of Windermere were visIting A large crowd from here attended Do not allow pullets to come Into Said certificate embrace the following En thQuart ruofterSectionort12. Quarter ter and West of North Half F'ir, 0uu
night. the
Monday In ;
r a Robert Crawford and Charney relatives here last week. church services at Rock Sat- production too early. County of described Bradford property State of FlorIda Township containing 4, South 40 acres Range more X. East Quarter Sectl :Ice t, ToSa oath
4 Suit; hip 7 South. R.,, .
Yarbrough attended Miss GladyeKnight'e Mrs. Myrtle Altman of Nichols, urday and Sunday and church to-wit: or I..... containing 100 an'"* Em',
was visiting Mrs. Annie Ward last services were also held at the home NOTPCKNotice Southwest Quarter of Southwest 23- The assessment of the .ald property The assessment ,if r I
party Saturday night. Is hereby given that I ha..etiled Quarter of Section said certificate U- "d pr
of Mr and Mrs. H. P. Sat final Executor, of 22Kast. under the erty under the said '.J p y
week. Gainey my report as Township 8 South Range of Anna G.Murrh. .
Mr. and Mrs. Pringle were sued was In the name ed In the. ,
Roy was nam J i
i the Estate of Louvenla I V Dowling 40 Acre 'lk'j.rn
of } I' ....
visiting her sister', Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingwere urday night.Mr. deceased, that I have filed I by petition ; The axxesHinent of the. said property said certificate shall be redeemed Unless said certlfl, ,' 't.l,I 'yet,
from Jacksonville Thurs visiting In Starke Friday.HAMPTON and Mrs. S. H. Ritch of Ral- for final dlmharge" and thaton under the said certificate Issued Unless according to law the property deemed according" tu err! t", 'h ter
ford spent last week-end here as the fifth dRY of August 1114* I was In the name of Unknown described therein will be sold erty described therento a IJ\; ',. ,
day night. will apply to the Honorable f;. K. Unless said certificate shall be at the courthouse the highest bidder, ,' the .miMondaVI<1
of her Mr. and Mrs. to the highest bidder house door on the fit, ,I
guests parents F'erryman County Judge of Bradford redeemed according to theproperty
Mr and Mrs. Jeff Williams and : "Ia:11I, be door on the first Monday In the month of Septemliela ., ns .>,,!
County Florida at Starke, torapprov..1 described h
L. A. Brown. '1936 whichIs
; children were visiting Mrs. W. R. of final I and bidder at the the month of September.' the 7th day of Sent. "''I:> i I llJi;
sakd
Ml.. A 4. Ktlmmn r.rrMs> ...e*>t report old to the highest of September, i 34Dated .
G. E. McGauley motored to the 7th day Dated this 17th dio if I +" ,
tl Kersey from Gainesville. for final discharge as Executor of court-house door on the. first Monday this 25th day of July, 1934. (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1 ,\I'
said estate.This In the month of September
Mrs. Fisher Gaskins was visiting The ladles of the Christian Gainesville Monday. 22nd day of July 1934 1936. which Is the 7th., day of Sep (OFFICIAL THOMAS.SEAL) A. J THOMAS
Mrs. W. H. and A. J. Clerk of Clrcul
Cunningham
In Wuodlawn Sunday Church will serve a chicken supperat ERNIE J. DOWLIMI. tember. 1936. Clerk of Circuit Courtof of oar
children of Miami and Mrs. Executor this 11th., day of July A. D. Bradford fount' Plrj
.. the City Hall next Saturday : Emery 7-34-41-8-14 1tret"d Bradford County, Florida 7-17-61-8-14

GUM, BRANCH night, August 1. Matheny and baby of Tampa, are (OFFICIAL SEAL) 7-81-6t-8-29
(' r Come and friends and spending a while here as guest of IV' 'Hf'TIT ('OI'RT IV AND' FOR A. J. THOMAS NOTICE OP APPIK TIH(
j' ; MltM. Elizabeth Harnagn, Cor. bring your their H>H lIFOHII 01j'I'Y IN: r"\i-" Clerk of Circuit Courtof NOTICE: TO "APPEARIt FOR TAX I>H-.I; .)
i 1 get; a good supper for 25: cents The mother Mrs. Alice Thomas. < I-'M: 1'. Bradford County Florida. affidavit filed In desiate BUI 'II... litl
{' Mrs. J. H. Strong and Mrs. R. rciHA B CRABTRFB; ) 7-17-St-8-14 appearing NOTICE IS HEREBY; ,'IM1
and I will be used for the Circuit
Mr. and Mr Joe Ingham proceeds the Plaintiff > that certain cause In That Cleveland Durban '
i 1IId.
children of Jacksonville are hurch.Btrt Vernon of Miami spent part of v. ) DIVORCE: SPECIAL M'"T.R'' NOTICE Court Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Tax Certificate No. 15, ,ruti i
last week here of Mr. C. H. for Bradford County, Florida entitled 7th day of July, A D It' ,
} as guests rRABTREK: ) ha-tl i
Mr. and Hlnson OP SALE
with Jr. Is his
few
spending a days visiting Defendant. ) O. W. Baxter Plaintiff vs. same In my office and ha ,nadplication .
I Mrs. J. N. Norman. aunt Mrs. Elsie Hall of Starke. and Mrs. Vance Rusa. NOTItK TO "PP""R 'I Notice Is hereby given that under Lillian Baxter. Defendant and the for a tax dcrd ..r< a
Lj Mr and Mrs. Frank Polk of THE STATE OF FLORIDA i and In accordance with that certain relief sought being a divorce; that thereon. Said certlfl them
Vanlce Keene of Cross City was Marvin Williams of Gainesville and saledklns Is resident. of Hor-
To C. H C rabtrei. whose renldenceIM I final decree of foreclosure the Defendant a I the following denrrih p,a t>T
i t visiting friends here Saturday. attended preaching at the Baptist Trenton are spending a few days unknown* ..<1 by Hon. A Z. A as tense, Georgia and 1 I. over the age the County of Brndf n i "'H
1 here friends Judge. of the Circuit Court of Bradford of twenty-one years. and that thereIs
with and relatives. It In hereby ordered that you are Florida to-wlt
Mrs. Luther Glllard and Church last
daughter Sunday evening.
In Chancery In the State of Floridaservice ,
c person Begin at Noith-ei.; '
required to appear' on September 7.
!, t Dorothy Lee, of Benson John W. Nimmo returned to his Mrs. Bell Thomas of Plymouth, 136 before the above-entitled: Courtto in ,that certain I cause pending I In paid : of a subpoena said whom South Half of North >I.. Qua-
Springs returned home Thursday home here after a visit with spent Sunday here as guest of her the Dill of Complaint filed against court wherein The Federal Land would personally bind Defendant ter of North-Went Qi' or
sister Mrs. Alice Thomas.EVERGREEN. you In the above entitled cause; and Bank of Columbia l III plaintiff and run South 12DVj Va,,.i.1I20tS We.
i, after spending the past two weeks friends in Clearwater Bradford County Telegraph. In. hereby Mi>yerx Hough et al. defendants, IT IS ORDERED that the Defendant. yards North I YarJ
with relatives E V. Priest of Green Cove designated an the duly quallfl..dn..w."al.r Hue No 677 the undersigned; Special Lillian Baxter appear to the East 120H' yards to li K ., ng rSection
In which this order nhallt Master by said decree appointedwill Bill of Complaint on the 3rd day ofAuKuxt 29 ToHnxhi p' r
Van Burney spent the week-end Springs, waa the guest of his b.t published once a week for four sell to the highest bidder for A. 1>. 1436. otherwise a decree Range 12 Hast and u I

with Eldon Sapp. mother, Mra. Itlellu Priest this Mr.*. F. A. Rosier( Correspondent consecutive weeks cash In front of the South front pro confesswill be entered acres more or less
dour of the Bradford County Courthouse against her for her failure to apPeftr'l .
Witness my hand and the, Heal I of The assessment of Y 1 i G H. Leonard of Jacksonville week. this. Court at Stark-. Florida thin In I-Ita'k. Florida during the erty under the said .eial: jed .
? was visiting Mr and Mra. J. N. Mrs. Theodore Clemmons and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armstrongand 2<)th day of July. 11136 legal" hours of sale on Monday .is further ORDERED that thisorder was In the name" .>f \' Pir
AuicuMt 3rd 1934. the following described be published once a-week for Unless! said certificate ''ul
)e
OFFICIAL SEAL))
(
'
t Norman Friday. daughters of Miami are the children of Dover route to i In the Bradford
en A. J, THOMAS. .premise situate In Bradford four consecutive week deemed according to lass pr
Mr. and Mra. J. S. Sapp and children guests of Mrs Clemmon's sisters Charlotte N. C., spent Sunday Clerk of Circuit Court I'oiintv Florida I to-wlt: I County Telegraph a newspaperof erty described thereliv, ,,
The of i SEYt and 8K<4 of general circulation I Inlirudford '
SW"4 published to the highest bidder I
,' + and J. A. Harnage attended Mrs L. A. Wynn and Mrs. E. N. night here with their brother-ln- FATTEN Bradford AND L.ANDRCM County Florida SW/i., and a strip. 100 feet wide on Count?: Florida.WITNRSa house door on the firm i M Jay J''

1 church at Little Rock, Sunday. Alexander. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Attorney for Plaintiff East side of SW of SW'i' of Section :. my hand. and official the month of August !19?( I h
7-31-51-8-23 11.: also the NWVi of NEVi of seal of said Court this the 1st, day the 3id day of August i9 1
e Mrs. Harvey Edwards of Canals Among other Improvements here, Rosier. Section 14, all In Township 7 South of July A. D. 1936. Dated this 2' th day i>

k Point returned home Wednesday the Union Depot L. A. Johns' resIdence Mrs. Lex Gnus, of Maxvllle NOTICR OF* ePPIde \'r/OY' Range 20 East containing 123 acres (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A J. THOMAS

a after spending a few days here and M\, C. Sweeney's residence was visiting Mrs. J. S Rosier Saturday <".FOR..,.TAX Bill DEED'Va.: 18.1): singular more or leas the, together tenements with, heredita all and Clerk A. J. THOMAS of Circuit Court. of Clerk Bradford of Clrmi 1"11 Tt' rt

with friends and relatives. have received a new coat of afternoon. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ments and appurtenances th..reuntobelon..ln. 7-3-6t-7-3l 7-3-6t-7-31

? r ,; A large crowd attended the paint this week.A Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and That Tax Certificate Helen M Stearns Nn 475, l Issued holder. the;of and .the or rents In anyway and profits appertaining thereof .

z t birthday party given at the home series of revival meetings will daughter, were visiting B. E. Rosier Rth day of September A. D. 1932 had SUBJECT only however to turpentine BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
i + of Mlsn filed In office privileges" for a term beginning -
Gladys Knight Saturday begin at the First Baptist Church Friday. same my and ha>
May 2nd 1916 and ending
4 "I t night. of Hampton beginning August 6, B. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visitors be mad.Issued application thereon.for Said a tax certificate deed to February 16th 19J1 ax. to pine timber line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplle

+, Mr. and Mrs Marlon Browning at 8 p. m. Every body Invited. to Jacksonville Thursday embrace the following1 describedproperty situate on said lands a.. mentioned AMBULANCE SERVICE
and described III th written
of Ralford were visiting Mr. andre There will be preaching at the Mr. and Mra. Ellery Reddingwere State of Florida.In th47nunty, to-wlt:of Bradford r..I"nx.. of The Federal Land* Bank DAY AND NIOIIT

Mrs. II. L. Edwards, Sunday after- Methodist Church here next Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. H. Northeast Quarter of Southeast Columbia. 53 PHONE 53
f U Iv.: fUnr.YJUN': ,
noon. morning and evening.! T. Quarter of Northeast Quarter, O. IL BENNETT Mgr.
Redding Thursday! Section Township 6 South, ,\ rptfili! tt .st'r In Chancery
ty', Range ,229t t East containing 10 I II KVtOHT: A KNIGHT.Atluruey. "A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION"orra

I Acres, more or I lemi. for FUiiltKf, I
LOfilDA The assessment of the said property 7-17-St-7-Sl
I | under the said certificate tunned
," i ,kit as,, Ilesaeea eta '.
was In the name of K. \\ Hun

ter.rtnleie
said certificate shell be

-- .. : redeemed according. to law the
.J property deHcrlbed therein will be
i Q old to the highest bidder at the
e 1 il courthouse door on the first Monday -> Aa
1 I I ", In the month of September 1936
+ which l I. the 7th, day of September

t 19 .
L { ill Pitted thin asr..., day of July 1936
(OFFICIAL, SEAL)
A. J THOMAS
-* ; Clerk of Circuit Courtof
IK 'M MActdUPOtt'fi' ie Bradford County Florida. 8 5 8 a
7.31-5t-8-18
i ;

.. ...... .. .
-- NOTICE: OP APPI.ICATIOVPOH "
i{ TAX Nat tPre9r. orra *>. i
e DEED TOUt
.. OCEANUS OCCIDENTAUS (...a<. Bill N*. 1 GIRT When Ao-rfeultiulst, I Tear 1'01 ONLT

i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Cavalry Hnw. veTa a 1)T R ar..l T**"
: That K F. Clerk holder. of Tax Certificate r_ r___. i TOT 5 $Q Th. rare lend. I T a $1D
.' :! 6th day
.r.O;: : : .h .tlt3e AND TIllS MRW&9APCB
fl of ; A. D. filed AND TRIS NEWSPA1U '
/ name In my office and has made application For 0... Teas F.. o..T.a.tnetttout .
a 1 r4 f for a tax deed to be Issued

Y thereon. Said certificate embraces
1
.I 4A .. the following; :.Bradford' In
the County state of CaWttrye MCCAII'S
GI.o 4Q.P Florida I to-wlt: S
Yet ; r Kant Half of South-cant Quarterof '
.P, South-cant Quarter except one Picto 3d a,7rE9rtyr
pAr acre In the Mouth-went (Corner _
o alt rte" I Section 27 Township 6 South, THIS NEWSPAPER
S sV Ceo.O Kana-e S3 Kant containing r: In all
s S( .il fri 19 acreii more or lees for 1
.q The assessment of the mid property year and
under the said certificate issued -
WaR In the name of D. E.
i t, Brandt. 3 Big Magazines
0 l::::. V Unless aald certificate shell be re THIS NEWSPAPER
11 r Q .T deemed according to law th. prop-
erty described therein will be sold I'I '
My ,4 to the highest bidder at the court- for one full
o hou.. door on the first Monday In yean
ff the month of September 1934, which
i In the 7th day of September. 193H I And 4 Big Magazines
Dated thin 17th day of July, 1931. Q
a HAS ANTILHAS ?: ItP (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS.: )

'1 Cleric of Circuit Courtof I Hacadn from Group A; 3 Magazines from Group B; 4 is alt'

I a 7-17.5t.8-11 Bradford. County, Florida

.
... NOTICE OP srKCivru g e I
.11.16 MASTEM-S" Select Any 3 Magazines

t1i: Notice la hereby given that under From This List ......... .....
0- ..
: and In accordance with, that certain ...... "- Na-,_

Y+h 11 final rendered decree by of Hon.foreclosure H.. L. Sebrlnft and*ale a. -T... -7 I w"0 f.- C:::t'PeeI": kl krngf 1"

;: 'i Judge of the Circuit Court of Brad "M_ u.r51 a Oerd .a _I Tatit510. caonot.... .... 0 . 1"

.I:: + :_ In ford that County certain Florida cause ,pending In Chancery In sailcourt ..wa : ::: plwrta. .-...:.: : : =rls 0 JIoe F.A::..Jiwai.. 19H

wherein The Federal Land .a.h.ld Ie........ -1 Air'.' (N .....) i, S sat' rawrw. 1"
'7 Bank of Columbia la plaintiff and '....101' H_ (1olO'l T.. a 00 .. 11"
l'.raYS .
Sinclair K Peek .t. al. are defendant MaCeII'I .p : .
C/nfe/
*. cane No. 578. the underlined Merle Cl_. I Ty Q r....C1eaN. lpe N '. a 1"
Special Master by said decree appointed MeedlaoieilOpe. I y- 0... .... (lsrll 5.. 8 rise hla/ . I P
( will nell to the highest bid.der reed. '''y.1) -S eats ._IMI 0 3IN.Iiaplda" Mtrt ....
1" F
.<* i 'I 1 for cash In front of the South Poreats. ........... ,tea a patMO. (-kl.) 0 / ? 1,.
Front door of the Bradford hll&llad.r I--Idd _I a aolJlor'w Maas
County Teev 1 M
SerB5 Lry
'-"JwESttRu. \ + fO\iW\O\ pidadd .... 1 N
1 filia Courthouse hi Starke Florida durIng Pictorial BeiewPvo9Y I y- A 8 ,....,t. .
OJ.! ,. S >gtlJP-1% 'd'I the legal" hour of sale on Monday ** iv. FaBooaaalia .., -S y.ae a (950511112twhs : 1" PWfpy, ...... IF
'mk'\. O D IN 'f Dk August" 3rd 19311. the following Start' ** I year a lae51 /ateleaf 1'r a Pe..e'slre, 1 1 Fl
-
\01&t: : described premises situate In Brad Sareesj B oh I y- a Trill C 1" 0 l51t Irl
I :- d1 \ .S4O.tr; -( aV p ford County Florida to-wlt: 80,11..n'Aericultui t _I y.a ,Aa Iee1V'..it5t55w 1" a MtsAtit5labfe" 1R
\ ....;1::. .... COflo. ... The NE, of NWV, of Section 28. Tr.. C511.511ess I y- a c..,w'1 p.... I 0 -> 1"
.... W.a 1 A '
-r .. Township 8 youth Range 22 World y- l
C.IWW-
TM':5: 1"
,
'. Kn..t. containing" 40 acre more. ..lIn'l'cr..calt.( < follwhil. liutMj ... ... ,_or Ul. a I B L- "Iow I"
or less together with all andsingular .I Tn* ,Sun I If 9O5 Mlifc. Only dW AS past. II..I.IIII''! -y9 foW"' Y M.
1"
....1 _.. S the tenement, hiredit> .,,1.m.... 2i' ,

t) i1 'I \.IIO:: MAP, prepared by All>crt CII,. torlat': l 1 snts as the t first map: of Florid am.thereunto n I., belonging and appurtenance or In anyway Moda N..,'''' 6 ".._1 ys.
Am.deas
tino for the Duke ot (<'..rral'lI. was delivered to the \l It all the CIGARS: proJued: in Tampa cite.1JOd appertaining, and atxo the D.II-aid I iw 1 1 ,
rent and profit
1 November 1935>> were laid end thereof. r"d...
and throMgh yCui. -
ti latter. in Italy, .ecompanied by a note dated November MARCUS F. BROWN ....T..lad ..... I Sea
to end they would have an aggregate length of As Special Maser In Chancery
? rf t1ii 19! 15Ua which fortunately( Rice very KNTOHT a KNItIHT CENTtEMEWi I Eaelos fD -- PI.... Sead Me
circumferenceof
tnd ubte l it :315.142 mile*-nearly 33 time the Attorney. for Plaintiff
construction. < >y *
neatly tu period of End to end they would T-t7.3t.7.5t Off* No. I 0 Offer Me. 2 Q offs Ho > D OK** No.
4 the earth at the equator.
the
either been to
fled
who
.orli ot a man -
the / I tabtaif
IA form three ribbons between this planet and tie NOTICE ug claecldalJ die maguln decked with g Teda
New,; World, -.r nail, talked to unknown navigators, Notice I I. hereby given to all whom

7'' p provably\ Spait, who had been th -re. It was moon, with enough left over tl) encircle the earth It may concern that on the lit day .
of August 1t3.l I will
time there are 122: cigar prevent my
+ 4 At the prevent
t archives untr 1&92. whenth time. final' report
preserved: In "he "amity and Final _
1 frionena.\ to which factories in Tampa employing 9.300 workers, wit) DUcharge. a* Administrator\ : : ; : of '
y reiicninx ouke re'iriHl to the .:.tat. of Minnie K. Poland .d.. :
:
.} place flute library, wan. nol1ll"",<1. In IItilthe* dual an annual payioil of approximately J3.000.000.0ft ceamd.. : ....... ... .. r.D. ._

}, wl,1{ ct>ilftti,.in inctu-linK the ,praciou, Ciwtino Map\ ; waxferied The totul production for tLe; first 11 mouths ol 7.16-k-7-Sl: 108. E. WILSON'

,,1'Q'' jlI .,.. to the Uibdothwa, ';"I..n..e. If i is now W3: amounted to 21)3.000,013: cigars.. SPECIAL MtSTKHI: NOTICE a Tew sad Slat -

i : f Ie n> ally te el| led l oy lea ling binormn, and 1 hi- ,.".# OP S. LK. le *
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and in the Interest of general economic progress of all Bradford County Business and 'n
CITY OF STARKE Industry during the next five weeks.Including this week CANOVA PHARMACY StarkeA

A $3.00 cash prize will be paid by the Bradford County Telegraph each week during PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORK '
Municipal Light and Power this "Trade at Home Publicity Campaign and Essay! Contest' to the persona who turnsin Modern Phone 100
Complete
the best forth should do
essay netting why cltliena of this county their trading with
Bradford County business! firms.Each Drug Toiletries Prenrrlptlon

"WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES"!: \ week during the campaign we will approach the subject from a different angle, PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIES }
that is, a different relationship that trading at home, with Bradford County Our Eirrllrnt Fountain Servlre Is u real old to summerComfort
Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry firms has with a different specific economic problem in our community life. d,,
"Trade at Home" essays must be written In six hundred words or less and turned In We sows Southern Dalrlr Ice C'reHm All Flavors
to the not later 10 A. M., each Issue of
Still Growing-Thanks to the Loyal Patronage of the TelE'graph.ESII&Y8 Telegraph. on Tuesday following Thursday's

large Following of Satisfied Patrons of Bradford Co.
must be signed by the author, but author's signature will be clipped from the ALEXANDER & COMPANYDry
WE IMPROVE: YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE essay at the Telegraph office and delivered to the judges with a serial number attached -
Attention Given Ladies essays Judged prize winning ssay selected and returned to the Telegraph office by
Bat, Drape Special Dres Good
*-KeadytoWearGent'* Furnlithlng
judge for their Identification, whereupon. the prize winning essay and name of win.
Rome Industry For Bradford County People ner will be announced on the front page of the Telegraph each following week, and $3 00 Drrlrr for the famou MI!" -EN-TIFFI/'K !Shorn" for Women '
cash prize awarded to the winner. n
(iOlt..11'S llo.. for
'
Five Shorn
A $3.00 cash prize will be awarded to the person who writes the best essay this lery \\'Clln..n-FrI..n"'y u
SISTRUNK'SFEED week on --WHY PATRONIZING BRADFORD COUNTY BUSINESS FIRMS HELPSTO for Men-Complete line of Durable Work Clothes i I
RELIEVE TAX BURDENS IN BRADFORD COUNTY. Trade
at ALEXANDER'S and save the difference<<
AND SEED STORE-STARKE The practice of trading away from home that has grown to be one of the outstandIng { r
habits of some of our citizens la one of the primary evils that Is today confrontingand S
SEED: WITH A GROWING REPETATION opposing the return of greater and more substantial prosperity to Bradford County. BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY ,(
Checker Board Chow Feeds-A feed for every need This habit causes a gradual but general "let down" In community Intereet and civic

THE CHOICE OF RURAL AMERICA pride. It Is responsible for distressed civic financial budget., and Indirectly responsible STUMP'S Starke
for "DISTRESSED FAMILY BUDGETS" throughout the County and the remedy rests ,
Fancy and Staple GI'OC.rIAt Money SavlngWrlces ___-- entirely. with the people in our county DRY GOODS LADIES* READY'TO-WEAR J I
"Get the glstrunk Habit-It I. a Thrift Habit" COMMUNITY INTEREST It Is a problem that commands the attention and serious thought of every man, wo -
Always. BIG dividends mass boy and girl (for they are our future men and women) in Bradford County. Shoe for the lntlre'! Family-Men'* Wear 4t 4tIt

and Secures Better Get busy and write a prize winning essay and receive a $3.00 cash prize. Will Pay Vou to Come and "See"- Our Many MoneySaving
SEE AND DRIVE THE NEW 1936 FORD V.S
Future Investment for Watch this page closely next week for some Interesting economic facts in regard to Value In Ladle Modish "Summer )...--
THE CAR THAT HAS WON AMERICA Your And Your trading at home, and subject for next week' essay contest
Children.FLORIDA'S.
SALES FORD SERVICEJ.
BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY) r
GOING FORWARD-SO CAN BRADFORD COUNTYTIP i
W. ANDREWS, JR. GASSETT HARDWARE CO. ,, '

I EVERY YEAR MORE AND MORE FOR YOUR MONEY TOP GROCERY BUILDERS HARDWARE!: AND SUPPLIES n T
Always A Good Show At
Dependable GUARENTEED!: Used Cart QUALITY SERVICE Farm EmplementeToolsCutleryNHERWIN .
COMPLEAT FOOD STORE AND MEAT MARKET <
"THAT WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY"Wat.rh RITZ THEATRE, StarkeEntertalnmentRecreationDlveralonRelaxation WILLIAMS PAINTS "M
BOOSTING STARKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY For Our Weekly Specials" 1
Always Use Pore Milk STOVES!: -RANGES--If It's Hardware-We Have It "
'
E. A. WINKLER, Starke 'a
:
PETERSON'S DAIRY Starke CURRENT MOVIE PRODUCTIONS
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
NEW BRADFORD CAFE SlarkeReglnter
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES-APPLIANCES See Our Program For The ComIng Week on Another ,
GRADE A RAW MILK AND CREAM WeotlnghouMe Electric' Refrigerators and Ranges i
Page In Thl. Issue Opls.sile. Motor Co.;
Only Loral Accredited Govermetit Herd
Inspected
R"(C-A VICTOR It AMERICAN BOSCH RADIOS
Adults Should Drink More Milk As Well As Cot Estimate on Wiring Gladly Furnished/ New and Complete' ThN'Ulitholit-Orowlll& Famous. for 4
Growing Children
Fried thicken Dlnll..rU..lIl'lowo Hume-Made Plea

Capnhle!' ('he-II-C".m. Quirk, ('('U"'I'' Service
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL and CAFE You'll Enjoy The Fad at the BRADFORD CAFE sl

GET THE!: THRILL OF OWNERSHIP OF A NEW
CLEAN-AIKIE-WELL APPOINTED ROOMS Field. Fence-Hoes-Rakes--Brinkley Plows-
With or Without Bath-.Sl.OO Day And Up Planet Jr. Hand Flown-Stove*-Roofing-Paints CHEVROLETTHE DENMARK FURNITURE CO
Attentive Service) ThroughoutCAFE
FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS Everything! to furnish the home--at prices that will
ONLY COMPLETE: I.OW PRICE CAR save you money. See our many attractive desfgnu'
Regular) Dinner*-Plate Lunches--A La Cart Orders Aladdin LantpN-Pitcher Pumps and Pipe in Hummer porch furniture.
STEAKS More'! Than 800,000 New 1030 Chevrolet Cars Have Been Sold' IWIATIA'IEn:
-CHOPS-SEAFOOD KENTKNITII RADIOS:
capable Chefs Quirk Courteous Service QUALITIE SERVICE Used Curs With An O.K. That CowntaYOU'VE ff ''i
You'll Like The Magnolia ODOM & LAWSON
-
Ipfxwlte S.A.I. Drpot "Starke" Parker* and Dlntribu..
torn of wholcschneaf l.rOCuer-\\'f'I Buv .
| logs, Cuttle &
HIT THE fiI"OT-\\be-n You Follow the Crowd to
DRINK .lld.A..k for our "Hrrwikrd SwUNUgt- at the markets &

HAROLD C. WALL Starke THE SPOTLIGHT, at Starke IhCl"-.lltv-'n1--O..r" :Motto. r

GENERAL INSURANCE a THE STORE
QUALITY
!Maslc-Dancing-Your Favorite, Herr Ire Cold-Soft Drink Starke
LIFE; _
FIRE CASUALTY All Kind.* Tasty fi'andwlt.rh"lat4". Lunchr HABERDASHERY! ''r1

BONDS For a Treat Try Our Delicious Shrimp HOME OF BETTER:: VALUES IN THINGS TO WEAK '

Don't Wait Tin the Fire Alarm Is Turned In, or the IN STERILIZED BOTTLES': BOTTLE BEER 8 for Me; CASE LOTS, |1.110 FOR MEN AND BOYS '

t'ndertaker! Comet*-To Get Insurance Protection ALWAYS SERVED' ICE COLD Deposit On All Bottles Taken Out
- J. W. WHITE & SON 3; r

THE PLEE-/ING FOOD MIOREhr1:114FEEiifloEILIEHAILIWARE
BROWN'S PHARMACY ,
A PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE START THAT You Get Results Coraph-fe Line That Will Save You Money i }
DRl'04 TOILETRIES
PRESCRIPTIONS
Ref CIous Foremost Ice Cream, Excellent Fountain Service BUILDING UP PROCESS NOT EXPECTATIONSWhen POLLY ANN BEAUTY SHOPPE ,

Next floor fn Rita Theatre. -'::tarke t
J. M. ALVAREZ Starke PATRONIZE HOME BUSINESS You Advertise In The COMPLETE: IlEA I7TY SERVICEPKILLKD ,
CUTIING) OPERATORS ON DITTY/ \T A.'. TT.SPLUMMER'S
-SHOES-Outfitters for Men and Boys af
Attractive Values In Men's and Boy' Summer-Wear AND INDUSTRYTo BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHBOOSTING

_ BARGAINS EVERY DAY AT ALVAREZ' GROCERY At Lawtey

Fancy and Staple Grwrerfr*-Fr MITCHELL'S DRUG STORETHE BRADFORD COUNTY; -COMPLIMENTS OF Country "f'oou"ork ('Ioth.-f't'f'fIfilheVou' ran
Get It Here and It Coot No More x
STARKE A. & P. STORE
1
,
REXALL STARKE-Phone 64 Promote Greater )
OSIGHTAMERICA'S SMARTEST:: STYLESTS NATHAN PREVATT, Manager BOOSTING: BRADFORD COUNTY ',n nJ
CREATES A NEW COSMETIC F'ASIUONADRIENNE "Where Economy Ru"' "
Prosperity In Bradford County A COB S' Starke fl' "

BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY
DO YOUR TRADING IN THE: STORE OF BETTER VALUES ,
f STARKE-PHONE 1S4 R
ScienUftaally Harmonized Ensembles:
DRESSED: OR ROUGH LUMBER Ladies' .y..Wrar-J..nt. Furnishing
Follow
ADRIENNE to New Beauty BRADFORD COUNTY.
We MILL WORK-BUILDERS! SUPPLIES .atUurl..e,. Work ('Iottw.EVERY ? s
Now Have This Line
Complete
_
Serving Bradford County Folks DAY IS" VALUE DAY AT JACOBS' .


1 SUBSCRIBE! TO THE IF A COUNTY; IS WORTH LIVING i
MONEY SPENT AT I BE AN ACTIVE TANGIBLE tip
BRADFORD COUNTY IN, IT IS ALSO WORTII THE GREATEST!: '

HOME RETURNS TO TELEGRAPHYour TRADLNG IN, MONEY SPENT BOOSTER IMMUNITY BUILDEKM

EVERYBODY IN THE OUTSIDE, RARELY EVER RETURNS I

i a.31! ) #. COMMUNITY IN THE Np8JIf'rfSulJ TO MAKE BRADFORD FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, ON EARTH SPEND ',

Bate COUNTY; MORE PROGRESSIVEAND MORE OF THEM
d a'L FORM OF A GREATER criptioa TRADE AT HOME I
PROSPEROUS.: AT IIOME.aILY ,
PROSPERITY ] Year $L50-1-6 Months 7Sc! : r




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PAGE IJ\ADJI'OltD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. MA>JtID.----.___ ____ _____FRiAAS_ .fTLT. SI 1136
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dissertation
18
__ --------- -- ----- Is room In the midst of a spoken.--Rlch.u,
m The Rev B. M. Montgomery j :a 11.1 I. r
Mrs. C W. Llddon of Jacksonville Tatler" ]kt
Echo
week at Camp
spent Wednesday at Kings- spending this Park where he What makes this evil the much .
Orange --
totee, near -
-
FOURSocietc LOCAL ley Lake with her daughter Mrs is Dean of a training school which greater in conversation is, that Englishmen -,
} J, H. Rollins. She will return the spent!
the seldom 111 conducted there for these humdrum companions
visit is being oiie-seventh, about
PENEIVif latter part of this week for a
SSojoo
with Mrs E. S. Matthews intermediate boys and girls of the endeavor to wind up their narra- their national income q
Epworth League tions Into a point of mirth make or instruction and other buildings ,IIJ 1935tt"l
which might some
..
is In Jacksonville Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs. J. B. of
Mrs C L Young and Mrs. George C. White amends for the tediousness -
Mr.
visiting her son-in-law and Sapp and Miss Dorothy Ellen Frances, of Tallahassee them; but think they have a rightto Bobby Wilson, SOUthern Metj" .
and
: Chapman-Hill Zeta Tau AlphasTo daughter, Mr. and Mrs.! C. J. Per- Steele spent Sunday in Jackson- daughter, will spend the weekendhere tell anything that has happened dlsfs hlp-throwH.g'Taift. "' j

Air. and Mrs. Walter Arthur Have Houaeparty gola. ville, where they visited Mrs. Fred St. with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Al- within their memory. They look up- last fall, has signed! to cf!
at
Chapman, of Vidalia Georgia At Kingsley Lake Sapp, who is seriously ill derman and Mr. and Mrs L A. on matter of fact to be a sufficient football movie this fan make s
announce the engagement James Richard Wainwright Lukes Hospital. Canova. foundation for a story, and give
> find approaching marriage of their Plans are being made by the spent the week-end In Jacksonvillewith us a long account of things, not be- -- -- -- -
Zeta Tau Alpha sorlrlty of the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain Miss Clara Lankford, of Balti- cause they are entertaining or sur-
daughter Florida State College for Women wright. more, Md., will be the week-end Mrs. F. H. Long, Miss Marjorie To- prising, but because they are true.I REALESTATE
Lucille
Maryto to have their annual houaeparty at > .- guest of Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Stump, and Miss Mary would establish but one general
the Stump cottage at Klngsley and Stump. She has Just completed rode will return to their homes rule to be observed in all conversations -
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Prather
,
Hardee Hill, Juniorof week from Tallahassee
Mr. Louis Lake from August 10 to August 17. the session at Tal here this
of summer which Is this, 'that men
and Lynch
Lawtey. Other plans are for a luncheon, to children, Helen Billy where they have attended summer
lahassee.
The wedding to be an event of be held at the George Washington Kentucky arrived Sunday for a school at F. S. C. W. should not talk to please them-' IF YOU WANT TO
visit here with Mr. Prather's parents selves, but those! that bear them. BUY, SELL OR
Auguat Jacksonville on August RENT
111:11: o'clock Friday evening Hotel In
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and
W. C. Prather. This would make them consider,
Mr. and Mrs.
,
f,fourteenth, nineteen hundred and 19 and for a dance at the Woman'sClub also Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prather, Mr. SEE US.
sons, John and Harry whether what speak be worth
they
: thirty-six, at the First Baptist during the week of the house- and Mrs. J. C. Prather, and chil-
J M. Brownlee Jr., returned Lorraine Beam, all of Jacksonville, Joe and Helen, of bearing; whether there be either
: Church of Vidalia party. Zeta Tau Alpha sorority of Mrs.McDowell. dren, Billy WILSONREALTY
Mo., after were the guests Sunday in wit or sense in what thy are aboutto
to Kansas City Wednesday
s -- members from all over the state Monday and Mrs. Lynch, Ky., spent
"! Notice of W. M. U. are expected to attend. Local Ze- spending the week-end here with I John Uglow.parents, Mr. St. Augustine visiting points of say; and, whether It be adapted CORP,
tee are: Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. interest. to the time when, the place
Circle
MeetingsCircle Marjorie Stump, Miss Lola Long, Brownlee. I and where, and the person to whom, it
Miss Beverly Mrs Walter Williams Howard Moore returned home
Number One of the W. M. Miss Hazel Adkins
U. of the Baptist Church Mrs. L. Cady, and Mrs. E. L Matthews Mrs. Dave Dansry and children, daughter, Miss Frances of Valdosta this week from Fort Benning. Ga., --
G. Powell, leader will be enter. -, -i of Ocala, and Mrs. T. E. Brown, of Ga., are the guests this week of where he has spent the past six I irnce.tifstinctiTcU flowerscherry I
tamed at the home of Mrs. J. H. Hiss Stump Plays Gainesville, spent Tuesday here as Mr. and :Mrs. J. M Mitchell :Mrs weeks at the University of FloridaR. at herschel

Lord Monday afternoon at 3:30 For College Glee Club I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams will be remembered hereas O. T. C. Camp there. Mr.
o'clock, with Mrs.. W. H. Perkins fowling. Miss Louise LaMar, of Quincy. Moore will be a senior at the unl Jacksonville
Miss Stump was selected 7-2129
Marjorie phone
as co-hOBtess. verslty next year.
as piano accompanist for the F. Mrs. Effie Johns the week- mart renter piNes unuftiia)
Circle Number Two Mrs. W. B. Arthur Darby Jones, who has spent "o""g
S. C. W. Summer school Glee Club end in Gainesville her son flower for
visiting
; Alexander, leader, will meet with been attending Riverside Military ON LOQUACITY gifts
\ Mrs.J.. A. Rennolds at 3:30: Monday which participated on the program Academy In Gainesville, Ga., Is visiting and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I look upon a tedious talker, or'
r f tJernO(D. for the Baccalaureate Ser- his parents Mr and Mrs De- Freeman Johns. Friends here of what is generally known by the
\ Th!"-Yourg Matron's circle, Mrs. mon, at the college last Sunday Witt C. Jones, at Klngsley Lake. Mr. Johns will regret to hear that name of a story-teller, to be much
X. W. Hayes, leader, will meet at evening. This was quite an honor he Is 111.Mrs. more Insufferable than even a prolix COFFEEFreshly
6 o'clock Monday evening at the for Miss Stump to be selected to W. H. Williams, Walter Williams, writer. An author may be tossed -

> Kingaley Lake cottage of Mrs.Hayes. accompany the Glee Club Mrs.on F suchan H. Jr., and Henry Tullis, of Valdosta, D. E. Knight returned home .out of your band, and thrown D Roasted Freshly Ground:
Hostesses will be Mrs. C. Important occasion Ga., arrived Tuesday to join Mr*. Tuesday from Cincinnati, Ohio, aside when he grows dull and tire- EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE"MildMellow"
I A. Knight, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Long, who has been attending summer Williams for a visit with Mr. and where she has spent the past six some; but such liberties are so "Rich Full IJotU d'
rR. A, Newsome, Mrs. W. C. Man- school during the past semes- Mrs J. M. Mitchell. weeks with her son, Paul Knight far from being allowed towards
iliicg: and Mlaa Wilma Alexander. ter, was a member of the Glee -- .. who Is a student at the Cincinnati your orators in common conversation -
Lb. 17c Lb.
Club Chorus. Mrs. J. W. White will return Conservatory of Music. that I have known a challenge' BT.eirsHte 19c
Dr. W B. Parks was called to ----- ns.
of this week sent a person for going out of the I'
home the latter part
of
t :Palatka Wedneaday due to the seW Little Miss Ernestine Morris
several after spending two weeks In Tal- Mr. ana Mrs. A. F Sauls had as BOKAR"VigorousWlney"WHERE
rious illness of Mrs. Alfred Yarns, Bartow, has been spending
.... 'j kti'':'- I'iI! ,:- .:.: \,. ECONOMY RULES;
and
of Starke, who is visiting her days here with Misses Marion and lahassee with her son daughter their guests Sunday Mr. Saul sister Lb.23c
daughter In Palatka. Helen Dowllng. -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mrs. Myrtice Hawthorne and I ,, .
---
I White. daughters, Mrs. James Butler, and RITZ THEATRE FANCY GEORGIA- ELBERTA- -- -

little daughter, Myrtice, Mrs. Joe
k Dr. W. B. Parks has recently had Rigdon, and Miss Iva Hawthorne S'Lr:
PEACHES Pound 5c
his Kingsley Lake home wired for all of Lake City.
electric the Florida Power -
lights by PROGRAMB16WNNtNO

& DAVISQUALITY and Light Co., and has also Mr. and Mrs R. A. Newsome had FRIDAYTI1URS.FK1. RIPE-LUSCIOUS

QUIGLEY equipped. it with electrical appliances as their guests Sunday Mr. and AVOCADO PEARS Ea. 5cOlKOVVN

Mrs. Alvin Greene and son of Lake ., JULY 30-31
-- Worth, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Matthews
i RESOLUTIONS! and Miss Luclle Matthews, "Moonlight Murder"Chester -

I RESOLUTIONS OF THE WO- of Jacksonville, also Mrs. D. E. Morris Ann Page Delicious Pure Fruit
MAN'S CLUB ON THE DEATHOF Darley, of Fort Benning, Ga. Madge EvansSATURDAY J -'U' D..M PRESERVES 16-oz 19c
MRS. MARY ELIZABETH
India Ceylon
EDWARDS. Mrs. T. F. Landrum and little AUG. 1 Rich-PEANUT

Whereas, It has pleased the from Ma- daughter, Idell, returned Sunday "Border Caballero"Tim T E A.BUTTER 16-oz jars 15c
ker of the Universe to remove after a visit in Inverness with Mr.
our midst one of our beloved and and Mrs. J. A. Landrum. She was McCoySUlIJ.lJOllJ Serve It Iced RAJAH-Tangy. PiquantMUSTARD

oldest members of our Woman'aClub accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Y2-Lb. Pkg 19c 9-ozjar lOc
of Starke, Florida, Mrs. :Mary Landrum who spent, Sunday here ., AUG. 2-3 ,

Elizabeth Edwards. with their son and daughter-in-law. Tear ANN PAGE
An Appetite -
We, the undersigned In behalf of "Mutiny On The -

the Woman's Club submit the following Mrs. O. W. White and .sun Olin, Bounty"Clark KETCHUP 14ozbot 12c

resolutions: Jr., returned Friday from a twomonths' ,
10 t d
Resolved, that in the; death of visit In Texarkajaa: Texas, Gable E\'aponttedMILK' A. &,P. '
Mrs Mary Elizabeth Edwards, with her parents, Mr.'and Mrs.. J. Charles Laugbton
lost of its moat Fresh, Plain SlicedBREAD
Starke has one B. White. While away they also Franchot Tone or ,
citizens, and who
prominent one
attended the Texas Cebtennial in
and DEPENDABILITY was devoted to the welfare of the Dallas, and visited relatives in TUES.-WEI, AUG. 4.3 No Finer Evaporated

Community, Church, and Club. Arkansas and Atlanta, Ga. "The Moon Is Our Milk la Made
Resolved, that we extend our 3 tall cans 19c

IN heartfelt sympathy to the family in Mr. and Mrs. J: M. Brownlee Home" 14-oz.
their sad bereavement. However, 5 C
human consolation la so weak and spent Wednesday in Jacksonville Margaret Sullavan LOAFGrandmother's .
with their daughter, Miss Martha
LUMBER powerless compared to the comfortof Brownlee, who left Thursday of Henry Fonda Fresh, Delicious

a Higher Power. this week for Indianapolis, Ind., 'nocouUt t-.wore ROLLS Doz.: 5cArmour's
Myrtice J. Carpenter where she will enter the Indianapolis LUCKY SEAT NITE EVERY Food Health Drink
Myrwin J. Long University Hospital for six TUESDAY St WEDNESDAY
SASH DOORSAND Star-No. 1 CanBEEF
Jeannette Young months training. I 1iJ I. I OVALTINE6oz. CORNED 17c

1, - - - - -
31
can c
-- Armour Star-No. 1-4 Can

BUILDERS HARDWARE PHILIPPINE f A REAL GOODFLOUR POTTED MEAT 5c

GREEN'SSTORE I -
:
lona.-.Red-ripe, Full Pack
LARD Lb.1 lOc
PHONE 3 STAKKE IONA BKANU TOMATOES 4 cans 25c

: With Pork & Tomato
I BEST WHITEBACON : Sauce lon-Crisp-Tangy
PORK A SAUERKRAUTTALCO lOc


! ; Lb 17c CASH & CARRY 24-Lbs.12-Lbs.: : __ = 72c : j. BEANS1Lb.. Can 5c FEEDS



I F R E E Ask About Our Profit-sharing Plan- F R E E j I Scratch, 100 Ib sk. $2.25

.KALaCITE It Costs You Nothine Save Your Tickets I Egg Mash 100 lb. sk 2.50

: CHARMER BEST SMOKEDBACON I Scratch 25 lb. sk. 59c

121/cl 1ONA ISKA.NO: Starting Mash 25 lb. 69c

l.f A Potash. Calcium! Mixture : COFFEE Can Lb. I9c I MACARONISPAGHETTI Growing Mash 25 Ib 67c

I III Mash 25 lb. sk. 67c !
ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc Egg
- NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 25c
e ,
I Scratch 2516.67cEncore
I t I NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK I 3 7-oz. Pks tOeChick
:,, Sweeten Your Soil RIB I
Now
1t j TOMATOES Cans 25c Fancy, Plain

,, !, for Sweeter Profits Later BEEF STEW\ Lb. lOc l OLIVES 10-ozjar 25c
I
; ,:.
EnrorPure
-
Kw:;wt ,:4nM, ..,: PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc PIG TAILS Lb. J-UhL J'A OLIVE OIL 8-oz 2oclonn
I __ .__ 121/ can
:tliJf 1, fjJ :J-: KAL-CITE sweetens and tons>up 58-OZ. BEER DrUrloiM_SALAD

I I. your soil, pavjng the way for money YOUNG STEERROUND '.r DRESSING Qt. jar 25c
\ ot of strawberries, vegetables and APPLE BUTTER 12'A :
I J ,: crops STEAK Lb 22c ALE Excellent for Salad or CookingWESSON
.: f-; J.mtof 0: citrus. This proved soil conditioner IN TIN (Kegllned) OIL Pt c'n 25c

: \ ",".... i r should be applied now while the ground SALT. 1 Pkg. 2'72C/ CHUCK STEAK or I lOc -

. ; i is being prepared for planting YUKON CLUB
\ \ WHOLE GRAIN ROAST, Lb. __ ____ 122c Regular or Pale DryGINGERALE

l it COP PER KAL-CITE has a base of hardwood : RICE 5 Lbs.' 25c SWEET MIXEDPICKLES -

;' I.I ashes but pound for pound costs you far
f KAL-CITE FOR less becauie KAL-CITE contains twice 24-oz. 15c I An i.xvilent Luuniliy And other pure /nit flavored
t CITRUS I TREES I TALL CANMACKEREL !SOAPOCTAGON
tt the potash and twice the calcium Beverages
: plus 2 For .. 15c
-0 -
o.t: HALClfEHI.. cope,* the rarer elements known to be essential I MACARONI 3 Pkgs. lOc I Large 29-ox Bottle 25c
3}
...,
, r .1" .dd.4mupcrlot a for soil vigor. So sweeten soil GROUND DAILY
now )
your PI Bottle Deposit
5 Sm. Bars lOcI ( "
p mmonUtlon' rcnwdy, dl I't ter>ack with; KAL-CITE for better crops and PURE COFFEE Lb. 12Vc 4-LB. CARTON JEWEL _

and Ircfichlnq cltrut sweeter' profits. Local stocks insure BLACK EAGLE
trM AIM roe v.9.<.- LARD 49cAPPLE
bl.> will l ....h." copper prompt d.hverKAL-CITE is manufactured BREAD 3 Loaves 25c a BEERCLASS
1Uh., |I. |..dc.! .t.... by the makers of the famous ..
ui lor Kiu-hen or

CORNFLAKES TOBACCO, 2 Plugs. for 25c RdSUDS ALE21t.ozPks
IDEAL&dI 2 Pkgs. 15c SUP I

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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer. Company, Jacksonv.lfe. Florida MUSTARD Qt. Jar lOc HI-PLANE 2 Cans 15c t5e 3 for 25c

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CARL JOHNS, Selling Agent SUGAR 5 Lbs.. 25c BACON Lb. lie : A. & P. FOOD STORE

I STARKE FLORIDA
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pf, ilW tl. 1936. ...------ ------- -- __ -- rHADrCRD COrXTY IELEGR' FH. STARKE FLORIDA 1'01. F1Vv
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Mrs I I :: -
0 Baltimore i left. Sunday for Mont I I I I H H Str l\man spent several Mrs .f I J Fitzgerald: of Tampa Judge A Z Adklns, Misses Ha-
of Mr and i Ala where he has been | days this week In Tallahassee visiting \ arrived Sunday for a visit with I 1P.t'1 Adkins and Lois Adklns and A
of with the Resettlement I his. brother and sister-in-law her son-in-law and daughter. Mr Z Adklns, Jr. left Thursday of
Bits Mrs J. department I. :Mr and Mr Curl. Stroman, and Mm Marcus F. Brown atKingsley this week for Waynesvllle :N c.,
---- -- i Lake where they will join Mrs Adkins.
nie of
Aspinwall and little Mrs Virginia Johnson left Tues- --- .---- ---------,- .
N here with (>nvlUe, are the guests day for Virginia where she Is visiting Friends here of the Rev. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and
I IDeal Mr. and Mr. and Mrs T. S relatives and looking after T. Guy will be interested in daughter, Mary Ann of Gainesville .'
Winter business interests.. knowing that the Rev. Guy has spent Sunday here with Mrs.
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND ----- --- been superannuated and they will EC: .E. Canova and Miss Mary Ca-
. CONCERNING Tuesday Mrs. H. .A. Bishop will Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register, of make their home in Gainesville.. nova.
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN their week-end Mrs. ----- -----
PROGRESS guest Orlando were weekendIut* of
Miss aunt Mrs. Nina Lipford, I Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parka at Mrs. Willie Harvey, Miss Mary Mrs. Effia Johns had as her

...I it returned here Cove Springs Kingsley Lake. Harvey John Ky, of Jacksonville guests Monday Mrs. S. H. Fisher
t were the guests Sunday of Mr. and I of Washington, D. C., Miss Jane
spent Tues Emory Guy, of Gainesville, spent J. Bartosch, of Fort Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks left Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, at their
Hutto Webb of Charlotte, N. C., and
Carolyn! the week-end at the Kingsley Lake I Mrs. has returned to her Thursday of this week for Jacksonville Kingsley Lake cottage.
L Jacksonville-- home of Judge A. Z. Adklns.lira. Ritch will .a visit here with Mrs where they will spend several Miss Xladell Webb, of Hawthorne.t
visit In days .. Miss Lucile Mitchell returned
-8. v Knifc-nt was a visltoksouvlile r Wednesday from a several week's
Alma Bain la r'I \ t
able to attend -
Tuesday. Mr. and Mae Sparkman has I Mrs Jim Mason and little daughter visit In Havana, Cuba. While away
to her office duties after -
again .
to her home
Misses In Mandarin C. A. CARVER
Evelyn Of Tampa, are the she also visited relatives In Lake-
a week's illness ,
M. Wlmberlyto here with Miss Hilda
W are land.
aDd Mrs I guests of Miss Lucile Mitchell at
\ Perry Monday dersonville. - -- JEWELER
'f\SitoJ"8 Kingaley Lake. l lW.oT'U.
\ A. J. Thomas and J, E. Wilson
--- Mrs. T. T. Long la In Buxley
-- ----- ---
is enjoying a two were visitors to Gainesville Mon- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Ga., where she Is the guest of her CLOCK AND
peek The of the W C. T.
meeting U.
1 at Miami Beach. day. Tampa, are spent Sunday in I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and GENERAL REPAIRING
teration will be held with Mrs Loitna Ep
) -- Mrs O. L. with Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Tom II Slude She will be
on Friday afternoon at 3'30 I
person
of Maxvllle, Miss Myrtle Myers, of Gainesville ette \ .. joined there the latter part of this I L AU Work Guaranteed
Wilkinson I I
spent the week-end here with --- week by Mr and Mrs. D P car
.visItor sere Tuesday. has I Miss Mary Emily Packer of Tallahassee -
Miss Dorothy Sapp. Mrs. L. Sapp register- petiter before leaving for Bacon IN GREEN BUILDING
ter Edna second semester of sum- will arrive Monday tor u ton, Ga.. where they will visit Mrs
F. jin returned Monday Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. Monday I at the University ut I 1{I Visit ben> with Miss Marjorie Long's and Mrs. Carpenters moth. HT\UKE FLORIDABrautiftd
In Or-
,r'week' lousiness trip R. F. Demorest spent Tuesday In ville with in Gainesville. i Stump. C. lfrltV T Jackson
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e. Jacksonville with relatives. Edward convalescing."P Mrs. F ','A. Scott are In I....., .,.. _",".A... ..-nr.w.R ."''''''''"_,-v ,...............
.gap, S Haiti. spent the week- The Rev. C. B. Price and Hugh Mich., is I visiting their son and
to Jacksonville with Mrs. Walters spent Wednesday in De- berg, at Mr. and Mrs. Wil Real Nice

|t Crenshaw Land. -unskl Is a liar TIP TOP GROCERY .\YGe.tDGLettuce
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:,.. ana lire Glen Wood ands :Mrs. H. F. Phillips of Sanford, Mrs. W. Lou Parks and Miss
of Or- Is the of J. B. returned to their PEARSKarh
lelia lea Andrews guest Judge and Mrs. E. Sapp Atlanta, Georgia Wed. ('. H. NASUORHIV, Owner and Operator -
the week-end here. K. Perryman. cently !
a spent visit here with Miss
and Mrs. T. a Kurd HewlOc .
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
.
Dr W. B Parks, at
!'s j w Bell of Coleman, is W. A. McGrlff, of Gainesville
of :Misses Edna and Car- was a business visitor here Mon- Mrs. I Lake. They were accom
JUst Jay. hard is Lake City by Mrs. W. B. PRICES, JULY 31-AUG. 1 6c

:Hutto law and i Miss Kitty Jlogaed.I .. .
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etrY ana AI) Manassa returned Mrs. Harold C. Wall Is visitingher A. Knight. I :C.: ':: ''" ;' .r' -; ,: "01"" ': '" ',.-::',: ..:. .\\-

Ijeid&y from Asheville, N. C., mother, Mrs. Alice Dutton In THOMPSON SEEDLESS ItI'AIITIFLIL'aELLOIY RIPE
It: they spent the paat week. Tampa for several days. Miss A WORD
rianna, is GRAPES Lb. lOc BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c

'.a ter. McDonald Jr, and Vic- :Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Clarice here with
Thomas ot' Homestead, spent Gill and Eugene McDonald were and Mrs. G. .".\NC\' HTRINflLESS FANCY KLIIRRTAPEACHES
|-nl)days >t this week here. visitors to Jacksonville, Sunday. Strawberry
--- Mrs. for sale. Ready to dig BEANS Lb.12ic 2 Lbs. 15cPOTATEs
f A F Sauls is having the Mrs. W. R Canova of Tallahassee sonville, T. M. Williams, Box 26
lertor ")i net home on Cherry Is the guest this week of Mrs.E. relatives. Starke. 6-26-8tp
t repainted E. Canova at Kingsley Lake. home by t
---- FOR SALE- 5 Lbsl 19c
I i.0 Haynes of Valdosta, Ga., :Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Mr. and real bargains In Im I
B.ie: guest ut her daughter, Mrs. children, of Jacksonville, are .,Jr. and and unimproved farm
|1..Pearce spending a while at Kingsley Lake. :.Ilss Olive one lot on Lake Kings FINESTLARD
UIIITE RIBBON COMPOUND-
--- pent buy from me you save O
:Ira J M Darby and Mrs. S. Lk :Mr.: and Mrs. C. A. Knight and E. W. Hayes S ApO&
spent Monday in Jackson- Mrs. James Shepard were visitorsin Mrs. E 7-24-2tp 1OcI I
Jacksonville Tuesday. week from POWDER
I.I with her i TO BUYLot on either 5 For lOc
i Virginia Alvarez !Is spend- :Mrs. Edna Prevatt, of Brooker, and her Klngsley Lake. Describe
t this week In Jacksonville with spent the week-end here with her who has i cash price to Mrs. W. M.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stana- Mrs. Wills 4566 Woolman St.. BOLD MEDAL .'ANCI'ACK NO. 2 SIZE CANTomatoes
|J.J Reddish and family. bury. that she is Fla. 724tp
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THE NATSEZ TIME HAS COIETO :: FOR 10 DAYS ONLY 3 Tall Cans 19c 620.


CLEAN HOUSE BELL R1LLARD CANOE 12-LIIM. 24-LBA. 48-LBS.
CORD'UQ8c
STERNBERG'SAUGUST

f FLOUR 20c 39c69c
TRIPLE STITCHEDTWO
CLEARANCESALE BIB POCKETS


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OLD FAHHIONED WATER GROUND'
SODA CRACKERS
HAPGRADEOVERALLS
39 lOcVANILLA
$1 GINGER SNAPS
BEGINS SATURDAY &
OKAIIVM CRACKERS Lll. 10
AUGUST 1ST. WORK PANTSOUT MEAL 25c
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Don't Miss It f. WAFERS, Lb. 15c Ibs

F FOR A LIMITED TIME
THEY GO-
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OPENING DAY ONLY BEST GRADE "'


PEPPERELL 81.x 99 SHEETS I SPORT MEN'S OXFORDS LL SHEETING SARDINES 4 Cans 15c I PURL GRITS 8ibs. 25cI'rinre ;:


$1 $1 88C 10 Yards 88e
3 to Customer $4.00 Grades 2.98 '
"' --- Box HI It HKNIIELMN'S
NONE RE!>-ER\EO
LIMITED QUANTITY ALL Prince Allwrt Can

FULL FASHIONED $3.00 Grades -------$2.48 CHILDREN SHOES MATCHES gXS lOe ;
\\HITE OXFOKDS or !STRAPS
SILK HOSIERY TOBACCO lOc
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$1.48 79c
$2.00 Grades 79c $1v&aulf,
$1.00 -
CQ C 59c LA DIES' 'I.Jum.\ eMI EIJ) I.tNu'r

Irregulars WORK SHOESBLACK : Window Shades 39c STEW Lb. lOc BUTTER Lb. Jar 15

Men's Dress Shirts 39c oic niton I j Green or Cream_ ::

A 59c Value _ i "EU."L Manhattan Polo OO,
,MADE AT PIG TAILS Lb. 12Ihe BOILING BACON, Lb. 12 iZc
Men's Polo Shirts Shirts, all colors vv*> !

Reg. 75c Value 49c WELL $lel9 Men's Felt Hats O0p I AualtcR'MrlcEU Lt..XOIE.OS Best Side BACON, Lb. 17cM

.TtRDY ;
Men's Straw Hats S8e 4 FAifQyyZJ Brown Grey, Blk. ". EAT Pound 19c at'titlr \NIJ l'H1EF_


Clearance SaleMen's Summer Sandals Clearance QQpLadies' Ot I MN l..T'S ('LI'tR S P I N A C If 1 10c


Underwear 73c' BACON Lb. 32e F:1N1' FnF:-II-s J\U. r Ii.E IrUWO
Shirts or Shorts Crinkled Spreads

Full size 0x105 7Qc PRUNES 2 U 1 10
Boy's Overalls 49 Ltib D.ressed. 29c s. (:

,!Blue! or Striped__ Clean Sweep 7Qr FRYERS Live 25c
PETER'S WORK C1 7Q Millinery NI'\GIIET'rI or
Summer
Men's Full Work Shirts .rMen's 4c OXFORDS ipl.JiJ KET-FLOlm\\ MACARONI bulk lb. Be
cut chambray Men's Fancy Sox 9c 1 ,
I 10-OZ. HTILLWATE.R BLUE AlScValue STEW Lb. 12',4c
, Dress Shirts _
7QP UF.JM TY.SIJEIC No. 2 Call

*..*. $1 Value __ I3t SERGE SUITS Fast Color 1 f\r\
OIL SAUSAGE Lb. 24e ARGO PEAS
Men's Work Shirts 69r. $15.00MANHATTAN Dress Prints __ 1UU 15e

OMBt ODD LOT
Grade .
T.DIES' Horsr NUCOA
SHIRTS


WHITE DUCK ANQ BOY'S PANTSMEN'S $2 FANCY $1.65 PATTERNS ONLYDON'T DRESSES 50c MAYYONNAISE, Vrft 17c; Pt 29c Lb. 21 c


50c Grade .

, O JJ LOT OF MEN'SSPORT .
THE
.'NY PAIR OF LADIES' FORGET 5 Ibs. 19c

WHITE\ SHOESFORMERLY DATE, SATURDAY PLACE AUG. 1 TROUSERSVP I Sugar


on : SOLD FOR $2.93 I [WITH PURCHASE OF W POUND PACKAGE ORANGE PEKOE TEA AT 23c<<

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'PAOli: fl1X! BJI6DFItD) 0011NTY 'J'JCLEI..ItAPIJ. STAlLR.E, rTARJmAi'al F'hIDJ\\ F11.1 tl
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\ \ Kben Victor Torok's will was
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111' . ; HOW IS' GRITS MADE:? MISSION"' R.'U.t
: filed for probate &-t Davenport,
rrY;
"The
jtl A CHICAGO MAN ASKS Four ,
I la, it was discovered that he bad Come" Vo 'bat!
FLORIDA FARM AGENCY held
1 provided $10 for each pallbearer at th '''''''IHIO'

II?: FARMERS SECTION GAINESVILLE Grits la/ food LIVE STATE NEWSNews hIs funeral. congregation the regular hour It,,, ,?T, ,?BIOh" IItUd" J2)t

I to common in Florida and ,the REGISTRATION NOTICEThe Many expressions """"'<
served with without of the study haw sPD l'tc U
or
: ill j'i South of Florida in Short Paragraphs registration book. of Bradford i : pt
j i ''t l49 Conducted by Demonstration Agents gravy, that few people have ever t County will be open at the The Spirit The ?. ? olJ1:
.1 ) concerned themselves about the He that he.reth .1
i + ,4I office of supervisor of registrationeach .1m 'hey
l I Ii' athirst that
i !jt 1 manufacturing process. were the VOIce
1
and Sat-
Monday, Wednesday >
',I ; 1tl,. l! In fact, grits has been staple! -- --- lustration was and tht
II :-- Nil" IMI -- urday beginning with the first part \\llarlv' '
diet In the Southern states so long clarifying the Np
,
in which Is messag
Monday August August
FLORIDA FARMERS TO and so generally that most folks $500 REWARDTALLAHASSEE BONUS GOES TO HEAD 3, between the hours of 9 ing upon the mint, ,h, J, I
'' I probably have the idea that like criminal more Indelibly MPict3
; Hints To Housewives OFFER GOOD QUALITY Florida baa WEST PALM BEACH-A o'clock a. in., and 12 a. m., and
TOBACCO ON MARKETS Topsy in Uncle Tom's Cabin, it record Mr and Mrs
offered a 9500 reward for arrest of court information on Dan
from 2 o'clock p. m., until 0 p. m., and
TV "list growed. the slayer of John W. Morgan here charged George D. Nelson for the registration of electors for ented children wen Z I
l Hookly from florae Demeeotw Residents of the North are leas It he married rendered a 118It0I1.
GAINESVILLE Florida farmers state beverage department inspector with bigamy. alleged the general election in November. special message III
\,;, u... JgpocUItete! Talk****** will have a good crop of bright familiar with grits and at least one and asked the federal govern again after receiving the soldiers' The books will remain open until "The Other Servants i '

leaf to offer buyers from the big among them was interested enoughIn ment to Join in efforts to bring the bonus, bought new clothes and an midnight October 10, which Is the studied next week anosro'
make it to write the
to to
how be
iv1f CANNING CHICKEN manufacturing companies when guilty person to justice. automobile and departed. second Saturday of the month proceeding both interesting Ma loatlp
Florida Agricultural Experiment .
/ the tobacco markets open for the the election.
general No
for the information. Giving -
1936 season on August 4, according Station SLACKS!! TABOO SEIZE SLOT MACHINES ,
will be allowed to
July and August are the moat a Chicago address this correspondent person register
to J. Lee Smith district agent with KISSIMMEE-Dr. T. S. Hubert OCALA-Inspectors working out
convenient and economical months inquired both as to the o at any other time than during the
the State Agricultural Extension director of the vacation BIble of Comptroller Lee's office swooped -.
for canning chicken because they preparation and preservation of daily period herein provided for the ..eNe
Gi I are the usual months for culllni Service. I the product. school here, said "appropriate down on improperly licensed opening of said books for registration ,
.I Moat of the crop has been harvested dress" will be required for chil- slot machines in Marion Countyand of electors.
the flock. The plump 2-year-old Reply was made by ExperimentStation
...( already and farmers are dren who attend. "This does not confiscated eight of them. The
hens, no longer profitable to keep specialists who referred the H. C. WALL, 1i
awaiting the opening of the selling mean fine clothes," be said, "but eight machines were seized, according
'i i '1 + are ideal for canning. Their meat inquirer to sources from which al!'
season at Live Oak, Florida'sbright the line is drawn on pajamas to inspectors because
I
has better flavor and texture after grits grinding machinery can be NOTICEThe
v
leaf tobacco city and other shorts slacks and the like which they did not have proper transfer
k
I IJACKSONVILL
p
processing than the more tender obtained. Customs of the South
i markets. Live Oak Is the only market are inexcusable" license. The machines hit l been licensed Board of County Commis-
'\ delicate meat of very young chickens were also explained which cause
in this state. The opening of for operation in one place sioners of Bradford County Flor-
be consumed while fresh, ROOSEVELTJACKSONVILLE
o .Z the market will bring throngs of grits to TO BACK and were being operated elsewhere, ida, will accept sealed bids for re-
y Chicken may be canned successfully farmers and thousands of pounds since protection from Insects Is dif Nathan J the inspectors! said! roofing of the old portion of the

g at home In several different of leaf to this thriving Florida ficult. Roberts southern director of thi County Court House, relining or
'
ii forma. Besides plain canned chicken town. Significance is attached to the Townsend pension organization TRAIN THROUGH TRESTLEAPALACHICOLA I repairing the gutters, and other FLORID
which may be put up with or The Florida this will correspondence in that it typifiesthe
crop year said last week leaders of the clubsin Two minor repair work in connection at/Aat5 Greer,
( without the bone, the homemaker be of good quality due to favorable wide range covered by the Florida will support President treated for serious- persons there .tb. Bids to Include all labor you ul.a.llol.d .
were as
injuries I
II may can specialties as chicken weather conditions and a minimumof questions which the Experiment and ...N.//
J materials ,
Roosevelt 'to the limit" in the November the result of and to be used. 1 MP.r.w an Apalachicola
I tt&ndwlch-spread, plain I chicken plant disease and other unfavorable Station annually answers by the election. Some Townsend Specifications! may be obtainedat Wswll..a4&.1alloc.s4 a,
Western
broth and chicken-gumbo tens of thousands. Railway train breaking .I .w r..llra.dh, E..,,,,,
soup. factors during the growing the office of Clerk
leaders, including himself Rob- of the Circuit ,
through a trestle across the Apalachicola P.I
Northern people designate as"hominy" .o.r, m.Irx
The chicken livers will make excellent
season, Mr. Smith says The total of erts said "are loyal to Dr. F. E. River swamp. The entire Court. sass s.4.sl., b..,,, .,,bJ.
canned liver paste. production for the state this years a form ground corn To be _,a- sad iwdr ,
Townsend and his old age pension engine fell about twenty feet into considered all bids must lwl s wAll
I But chicken canned In any form expected to be slightly more' considerably coarser. than grits. movement, but we are opposed to the marsh. Passengers were jarred be submitted to the Board not later CONOIIIONIO
'itil} needs under steam than that of last which was COCKIAH. .
processing than LOUNGI
year DEGREE this third party movement. when part of the train dropped 10:00 o'clock A. M. August COIFIE j I
GETS
iI ;' pressure for safety. Like other about 6.229,000 pounds, of which MOTHER 10th., A. D. 1836. I Nwsayh.m N.w 1,1
broken
in
p'' } non-acid foods chicken requires a 5,118,142 pounds were produced under TALLAHASSEE Mrs Frederick 3 STILLS SEIZED trestle.throUgh a place the The Board reserves the right to 1.wfte0 atR.-.rf!>0
than contract with the federal W. Geban of Tallahassee TAVA RES-Deputy Sheriff Ben CI
temperature higher boilingfor gov- reject any and all bids. I'r wa M. p'
mother of six daughters and one ,. p
sterilizing. So a pressure can ernment. Contracted acreage this Reeves said he and two federal I* L. CONNER, Chairman s_r..r I.r I. ss

', V nor is listed as the first essential year was about the same as that of son will realize a long-standing agents have arrested twelve persons Board of County Commissioners O l .
>> I POUND t"SL'JL ,
: piece! of equipment for chicken-can last year, 6,887.2. Contracts this ambition July 31 when she receives including five women, and of Bradford County Florida .1"" T N011
il9 } ning. Chicken may be canned year were made with the Soil Conservation a degree from the Florida State captured three whiskey stills in the 7243t8.7 1Gp10
I College for Women. She first enrolled Crow's Bluff section of Lake Coun j
succeeded
er In plain tin cans or glass Service, which -
tiizea up to a quart But elth.1 the Agricultural Adjustment I In the college twenty-six ty. In addition, he said two automobiles 1 t8'a.8lrwsaailaar .

{ t canned in small containers baa program of controlled production. :years ago, but was married before an outboard motor and FUNERAL DIRECTORMy i
I
t ter flavor and texture because It I Total gross receipts for contracted she completed her course o other equipment had been conflsI Blwraa;

's does not have to have such long tobacco (which was sold tax- I cated. Three rowboats and a lrNAaleu.N Mw. sIM fist Many Years .
I Experience Makes It
!
Possible for Me R..
U ,
{ processing. Because chicken may free) In 1935 In Florida amountedto LEARN ABOUT MARRIAGE I large quantity of mash and whis- 8ledlsakal tMes M O.uatll.el.6 > idf
EFFICIENT. PROMPT!
and COURTEOUS
+ d + turn dark in the can if It has been $910,507.36: the net receipts to TALLAHASSEE Students of ',key was destroyed. MODERATE PRICES SERVICE
t prepared in sheet iron or copperS farmers totalled $8n.l 5.12. Florida State College for Women .

utensils, authorities advise against Florida counties pro d u c ing apparently are becoming more and CLOSING LAW UPHELD DeWITT C. JONES

/ .; ,' '4' using these two metals. Using bright leaf flue cured tobacco In- more interested in how to make TALLAHASSEE St Peters- Starke Florida

M1 Htainless-steel. knives In preparing clude Alacbua Baker Bradford, successful marriages. Since a burg's 10 p. m. closing ordinancefor

r the chicken Is recommended. Calhoun, Columbia, Gadsden, Ham course on "Marriage and the Fam liquor stores passed the Su- .

'w Chicken darkens more easily than ilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, ily" was established six years ago, preme court in a unanimous decision !.

4 other meats. Lafayette, Leon, Levy Madison, the enrollment for it has Increased [ that it Is not unconstitutional.

? ; I -.- Suwannee (heaviest producer), and from twenty to sixty. The court said the ordinance madeno W/HEN. hldiMyt function Udly raft. For Expert RepairingSmith's
TTyoM
wffw a MQfeVg b.cU d>s>
"': College students drink an aver- Union. unjust discrimination when It with "'HisbMii. bumlnq, tccMy cr to*
t Vt age of 1.47 pints of milk dally, DEVIL FISH BATTLES exempted hotels having 100 or frtqy,M MriMtfwi and Mtting, upnJ .>
L WAR ON SLOTSJACKSONVILLE SARASOTA five thousand more rooms! and allowed them to ..Mj *4v..n yo ...1 Mn*! itorvoMS,
1 while the average American drinks The Rev. pound devil fish that battled thirteen sell liquor to their guests between .If..... .VM Dee Pfitaww :

only .82 of a pint, a recent survey James E. Barbee said be heads an fishermen for fifteen hours 10( p. m. and midnight while other D***'* tfMclclty. .for sworfy GaragePhone

showed.v organization which will make was moored at the city dock Tues liquor establishments are requiredto IoWMY'. Mflli ne cI .,...
; day. The fish, harpooned by a .ra wed every ,..,. They. ... r.eew
statewide campaign to outlaw slot close.
i the _. Ask
COIIMry
1hl
y.1uIs
H". machines. He said the immediate crew of one fishing boat In the ...."'*' 120
object of the group is obtaining Gulf of Mexico at 2 o'clock yesterday GOOD MELON SEASON

,, ., Malaria sufficient signatures to petitions afternoon, fought off capture LEESBURG- Lake County ,

'' + to bring about local option refer. until five 5 o'clock Tuesday growers and shippers have counted Wrecker Service Day or Night
1 : 6 6 6 a .F.
I enda in at least fifty of the sixty. morning after the crew of another the proceeds from the best watermelon -

I', COLDSX.MVID seven counties November 3, the day fishing boat bad joined" the battle season In six years. The
; n, to subdue the huge denizen of N-
i1,1{ of the general election. crop brought approximately $400

f 1 j .AJLVB> -TABLHITS NOBai .I.f.>....*t.*day... 1e -Azores natives harness the deep. 000. More than 1.50O cars, which 1m fLOf IDA .HIG _
'V t amorsVrr boa.. In the sold for an average of $250 each, !LIGH'Tw __ 4 P 001fJA
their to beasts of France la with r. _
sheep wagons as experimenting moved from the the
r -IIIF.TI.-W.r... -nt county during :
burden. ..
lights for highways
LI.I._'
five-week season. Last year more
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N can were shipped but they brought


i What Do You NeedIn movement less ret.rn from because competitive of heavier areas V

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HILLED BY RATTLER V .

PALATKA-Eugene Bryant 26, _
state road department employe for

In Printed Forma, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? the past two years, who was bit fJA'APAVA
ten at San Mateo rattlesnake
by a
(Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) Is dead. Arriving at the Institution '\ .\{

some twenty minutes after beIng Ifs

struck by what he described as
'i
LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS a seven-foot snake. Bryant collapsed oQlOk( :

and was carried Into the Inllti-

For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber tutlon. At that time he was perfectly

d .Jl Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time you save will] soon limp. He was given two Injections -

more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking of anti-snake bite serum

It work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. and due to a rugged constitution

K'' K; r i variety. was enabled to ward off the effects

,, of the deadly venom for more r
than twenty hours. +

ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS a r

? i ENVELOPES DUNDIA.V BUILDS r Pv r, ,
Of course you 1 knew we carried typewriter TAMPA-M. F. Jones, 209 Palm

Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons but what about the adding Ave., Tampa carpenter who has t'i

1 V from the Government, but they will] have machine? We have them too and the pa- been totally blind for the past four i

"" ', about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to see years, Is putting the finishing

: ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone touches on his new apartment

'" : Prison) Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did building which he remodeled from

n't have to pay the ones they send you.i his old home. Mr. Jones has done
all the work, even to removing old

windows and setting new ones. He

1'' y'k' STATEMENTS says that there hasn't been a nail

+ SECOND SHEETS driven or a board sawed by anyone
k, Some business houses stopped sendIngthese else He has been superintendentand .

it out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive papers when foreman of many Jobs but t4t. J"l 5.At'QOAD -(

time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do never made any serious attempt at ) ''N "f ORlVAc1VI

'' expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked carpentry until he lost his sight. : f
i bond In order to avoid idle wAs 1) K6J .
: in all sizes-even that extra long legal time which
a three cent stamp We have a very special he Is the t MINtS j2kfIQN Of'
size that you can never borrow from: says "hardest. Mr. Jones > .
] price on statements your friends. Also that thin onion skin 0 occupied his time with constructive tGOV4RKQ

d for making copies. thinking and constructive. work. L


CARDS DEER TO BE IMPORTED '-tl O
WINTER HAVEN Plans for

1 a For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS the Florida State Game and Fresh f. .

':; ti ; Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands gem clips all kinds of here Water last Fish week commission, call for early, meeting distribution

I, 's 1 Too many styles to name, but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles>e can of 500 deer throughout the cA4'I 1. J I IJ

si a here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There state to be used Ina .game restocking 'X

t reasonable must be other things that escape us just movement. Commission __ '
y now but can ask.LEGAL chief conservation officers and the I
,
you : / I
= Polk ?_
County delegation to the ? :

.V state legislature were present at : Y /

Vt WEDDING INVITATIONS sessions where plans for drastic en- ': ., ;
_ BLANKS forcement of hunting laws were .

The folder type in white or the new evolved. A number of secret conservation
I Don't bum 1 1 blanks t
legal them
ivory color.I ) If ) must economize this your -buy officers will be employed .The PAPAYA which Is of .
you ) on one Florida's *ut- lint Florida first ad."oeatu !
the
from We railroad of
have but
us. everything you'll need to assist in enforcement of state was one t
Item we have a line that looks like engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgag- I game rulings. Rewards set at $100 standing tropical fruits, easily takes its place with of a trans-Florida canal I He was the ..ec'ond

ing feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do every- o will be offered for each conviction the best of onions in flavor and attractiveness. delegate from Florida to Congress, and it 'ft' I

Bt like engraving. thing but pay the mortgage. secured on evidence of dynamiting The tree attains a height of 16 to 26 feet, then whil. there that he made a very vigorous attemptto
t for fish spreads oat to an umbrella-like tuft. Just below
fire
s or bunting for deer. get the government to cut a barge canal uniting !
1L'' .-i the spread, tree-melons cluster often as manyas the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the AtlantiC '
Get 29 On The Telephone Please James
NO PARALYSIS 20 or 80 and
S r't' DANGERJACKSONVILLE weighing as much as 20 pounds Ocean. The connected
first railroad in the State
1''{ -Dr. W. A. apiecel I Another remarkable feature of this plant t
Tallahassee
McPbaul, state health officer said it the fact that the f nd St. Mark, then an important POJ't.1 i
seedling comes to the I
fruiting Call '
H ftnt
Jl Bradford there "111 BO cause for alarm" in stage daring the first I became prominent in miliurj *
year the>
under
County Telegraph Florida over the prevalence of Infantile RICHARD KEITH CALL, who was General Andrew Jackson later rising to 1
appointed rank crf of Flor
paralysis In Alabama and general. He served a* governor
Tennessee j I Governor of Florida ia 1896, not nlj built l UM ida for
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'I think FIX wear this one," said she wasn't quite sure which horse comb a'bank book fell and Mh- 1 !
IyT CHOKCH Suzy holding the I open iDA VIOLA BOWERS!: !
B.PI up prettiest frock
tt was that was ahead until ahe saw the entry It was as of June
r-- B. Price pu torTnm she had. heard the Funeral services for MA Viola 91I \,
C. shouts and groans ; 16. 1914 and the amount was four ,
l() o'clock a. m., + trtYaW i1'rfA' And when may I IUk./ are you mostly groaoawhen the horses I hundred pounds and some odd shillings Bowers. 63 were held Tuesday; at

supt going to me" in"The ternoon. July 23. at Kingsley Lake
pay Tomorrow. I came and pence. She closed' and replaced
I Worship< 11 a. mt'P'UWoroNpm7:30 suppose That seems to be your charm filled" groaned Ter- the book. She took the comb Church with the Rev C. B. Price

usual' answer to the question. And ry. "I should have let you do the and started to smooth her hair pastor of the First Baptist Church

: : p. IlLS where may I ask la the money picking." There was a thoughtful look on her I of Starke officiating Interment

TeaCbers Meeting, Wedn- I coming from?" "Look( at your ticket," said Suzy face. The comb caught In a snarl I was. In Bower.Klngsley Lake Cemetery.Mrs. .
wa
native
a of
,'15 p. iii- service Weo.1.SP' "I'm Just about to sign up with calmly handing It to him. and almost broke. She laid It down Franklin County, Ga.. but boa 'I
week Prayer CIIAPTER ONEA one of the biggest In "Well. I'll be"Something -" and began counting on her fingers.
than I am The way I see tt l is thatwe'll managers made her home in Starke for thIS
m. London," said Suzy told me to follow Yes, she was right-four hundred \
aUlD blond haughtily my .
girl In a PeD.l1.Syl.vania get further together than we past Several years. She Is survived
ckarcYS orphanage, dreaming of a ever will alone. What do you say?" "I know that one." said Mrs. hunch" said Suzy. as Terry rush- lars.pounds came to two thousand dol by one daughter. Lettie Mae Bow-

M'th*
M Montgomery 10a.m.Suague7:30p.. mance-an Irish lad working la a When they returned to New heard them very words-and much Golden Fleece. "Why one could eat for years Starke. George Bowers, Jacksonville -

y School .. m. London factory, dreaming of the York at the end of the good they ever did me. Ill just "rd sworn to put anything I won and year. and years on that" ahe W.H. Bowers, Salem N.C..
Worahlp-ll season the "
m. Inventions which some day he weary round of trouble you for your latchkey Miss Into my fund for retiring, Terry said as she picked up the comb and O J. Bowers Rock Hill. S. C.,
: managers' offices
would work out-a young aristocrat and agencies -and they." pointing to the dresses said as they drove back to town. again. two sisters Flora Stowe TOCCO.I,

ill' Worship Wall, 8 p.these m. eiy- In Paris dreaming of the day knew they could began go out again with They the lying on the floor "stay here. "You see, I want to leave the but Terry had slept very well on the Qa.. and Mollle Fuller, Greenville

mgr tovlteJ; when he would fly a plane high old company again In the I'm soft-hearted to let you keep the ton factory as soon aa I can -- living room couch many times, but S. C., four brother Bill Charity

above the world-a charming woman but they were determined autumn to find, | only decent one of the lot but I always want to have time to work on my this night he was restless. He and Henry Pannell all of Toccoa( ,

Probytertao Charckpeorge of the world here, there and something better. was a generous fool. Now stabilizer for aeroplanes-but this tossed and turned he shook his ; Ga., and Luther Pannell, of Greenville

H. Lowry Minister everywhere, planning rather than quite by chance they Suddenly did. On and the then hand over the key. When killing Is too big to go Into a savings pillow he threw It on the floor S. C. Pallbearers were:

; Sabbath SchooL dreaming of the Important things street they met an old you come back with your contract account. Part of It goes fora shook It again and stuffed It behind : Frank Smith, Harley :dcCre'..

IN iii- Morains Worship: she would do- of Malzle'a acquaintance signed, and show it to me. you can grand spread to my room-Miss his head He was just falling I Charlie Smith Lacy Underhill and
11'00 A. M. who asked themto come in. Not until then.' Trent and Mr. MacPherson to be Into a doze when he was started bya K. L. Griffls.
the pastor. They were miles have dinner with her. "
by apart In background She was the guests.
Young Peoples Vea. ambition and character. feeling rich because she had Suzy to steady herself took hold crash In the kitchen. He threwon Arrangements were In charge of
111. as just Suzy gazed around
00 p I of the window frame and glanced approvingly his dressing gown and ran to Boree Funeral Home.
Service.SPm.Evening, well as in space. Thst they would',: signed for a musical comedy going down into the street. In front of Terry's comfortable home like see what was the matter.He .
Worship. ever play a part In each others- 'I to London. The English It and for ---' --
I seems, I the door stood a big touring car. rooms as the supper-well. found Suzy on the floor apparently
Church lives, or even see each other In I were partial to American beau- A It was the first decent meal she having been knocked CEMETEKVVOKKINO: !: !:
man
at the
Baptist was wheel and an-
g-o.d passing would have seemed Im ties. They stopped at the theater had had In week there
Factor other by an avalanche of kitchen- There will be
O. Hemingway, was Just about to step in. a cemetery work-
I L every Sunday. Bible possible. But fate. chance, accident before they went to the restaur She had a sudden inspiration."Yoo "A toast," cried Terry aa they ware and groceries which had fall ing at New River Baptist Church
1endces whatever it l la called haa a ant. raised their glasses of wine. "To her."Believe.
'" en on
a. m. Services at 3:30: hoo' she cried leaningout Cemetery Thursday, August 8. Everybody
10.15
dy afternoon. way of bringing about the most "Can you do anything? the "I'll be right down" the luckiest day of my life!" it or not" she gasped, Is Invited to come and

k In Fantastic events. It knows no manager asked Suzy. I And before the surprised land "I'll say It l is." said Knobby. "A "I was hungry--couldn't sleep bring well tilled bankets.

BETflEL BPTIST CHURCH laws but Its own unfathomableones. "Anything everythiuj," she lady realized what had happened or hundred pounds." thought I'd rummage for a bite J. J. COLSONftOTICK .

lev L '\. Donaley' Pastor said laughingly. "And so can had time to demand her key, Suzy "I didn't mean exactly that," and the bite bit me as it were.
It was Suzy Trent who had Malzie. said "Still !It is "" ,
services every first Sunday. the was running down the stairs. Terry smiling. a Sorry to have disturbed you TO ItKHTOR AMI '

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m.we furthest to go toward the tryst the "Well I don't take anybody's part of It. That's why I have a "That's all right," he said, pull. Notice In 'HIOI>I roil +\

Study and Prayer Services Four dissimilar characters were to word for anything but we need a CHAPTER suggestion to make. Knobby andI Ing her to her feet. "I couldn't Day to the undrlnd h.r.by' given any debtors l and ml to

Saturday night keep. When she was a little girl couple more girls show up at rehearsal TWO have had a conference" he said, sleep either but It wasn't being d..bt" du. ..tat* of e:. U Hlxas d.eea.rd .- +
and .
r1 scarcely more than a baby she tomorrow for turning to Suzy, "and we've decided hungry which to creditor and claimant t
a try-out. I I kept me awake. Help *. to pr.....nt to the honorable M.
Christian Church would tell herself that some day So Suzy was on her way at Perhaps they wouldn't wait! : you are our lucky piece. So we yourself--I'm off now." K. P.rryirmn, County Judea, their t
Flnt
gel W. T. McGuIre, PantorW she wan going to travel to far "We're the two luckiest laat'l r Suzy'a heart seemed to miss a beat think you'd better attfy here a Big Ben began to boom--It was claim l.. BlUe acalnvt, dood.the said within estate eight of1.\ .

School, 10 a. m. place Where-It scarcely mattered the world," said Malzie Just before I aa that thought came to her. Then I. while." five o'clock. month from date of flrt publica

jjBiinunlon 11 a, tn.arUtl Just so she could leave behind the opening In London. "Here we she opened the door-and there : Before Suzy could do more than "But why at this hour Suzy b lion* barr of .this
a Endeavor, 7 p. m. forever that barren ugly or- are where we never thought of be- they were looking at her. stare at him In amazement, he hurried demanded. ..T'rEt'i: :. 9100S. Adm'l:

meeting Wednesday 7:30: I phanage. How she didn't know Ing In a show which is bound to I "Pretend you know me-please", on: "Now don't get me wrong.I "Lots of things to do--can't explain T.U-4t...I- it ---. s

prayer i yet, but some day she would find be a hit. Why. It Is too good to be she whispered aa she ran to them. just thought- -until you bring a now," he stammered 3a I IT.

preaching a.' Second and Fourth a way.. true." "Drive around the corner. I'll ex little luck to yourself you can "I shouldn't have stayed" said

da'lll1 a. m. and 8 p. m. "I don't care at the start," she That last statement. proved to be 'plain." have the bedroom and I'll bunk Suzy "You probably aren't com

would say to herself fiercely, "If all too true. Once again the English As she stepped in the car, she down hereor I could go over to fortable on the couch."

Church turned and waved a hand and
St Marks Episcopal
Service on second, fourth and flashed a smile at Mrs. Beggs, who I lapII
a was staring at them from the Win-
Ha! Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. WasMdsn.rrr

Litany and choir practice at U dow."Shea dear old I .fl.ar... ._. ...1I1t l r
a! o'clock on Friday nights pre. a -my nurse, she NOW e.. .... L.UiIts ,
said. "But she still fusses over mea // ... -. op". {
Dg Sunday services.: if I were a child when I come I -31 JH earn oc .."".*...
.
news H..-
Graham Christian ChurchRev to see her. She means well, but It's atarrore.Lwr._
hard to get from her" +
C C Johns Pastor away even
v when I told her I the
was going to
and fourth Sun-
Service second 41 r
% races.
Rip, 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. I
'
1b' e. e ,
: The two young men said nothing -
Bible School every Sunday 3 p.m.
ao she hurried on: "I don'twant /
Service every Sunday night 8 ,
to take out of the
you way.
.n Prayer. meeting' Wednesday hv:. ;/"Tr : r I'm going to the Hotel Milan:' I

"Right on our way" said the'

L handsomer of the young men Jr NeMr i'7 '3t

"Oh" she said. "If
you'll dropme
_ _
__ 111 be grateful. I'd ask you to

come In and meet my fiance but
!C-.! "*1Ji> S lW"'So he is Inclined to be and "1:
BOB JONESComments r Jealous-- ,,, y ly5f', y

; : 4 It would look" queer not knowing r ? .' rs

On Here I& your names. -
-trying to cheat a respectable .r "I'm Terrence Moore--Terry for xa "Look at your ticket"said-oozy calmly.

And Hereafter woman out of her bill", short -and that other guy Is Knob. "Well. I'll '. I

Mrs. Beggs sniffed.I MacPherson.1! /
by __J:&'l ..:.'\.;:.......... ___
lr a "And I'm Suzy Trent and I thank
lI'e read in the second verse of } + i you for the lift," she said cordially. 'Knobby's- "The couch Is fine," Terry said. l '

''i third chapter of James these I She knew they would think It "Yes you could" broke In Knob- "But I want to out. Rat z
get everything -
have stand behind counterall that their idea of humor
proved
rirdi, 'K any man offend not In to a _
strange she did not ask them to by without enthusiasm
In If
In store If I have to wash was not that of the Americans and\ go eight you wantthen
old the same l is a perfect man day a "You '
In with her and meet her fiance don't have to do that, said back to bed and get some
d able also to bridle the wholey. dishes In a cheap restaurant---I'm at) after a few weeks the company go
but that didn't matter. She would I Suzy In a practical way. "Seemsto rest I'll later "
see you on. Could You Asia?
." In other words, theJr1Iest going places and see things and disbanded. I them She be quite a lot of space going to
never see again. thoughtshe "
thing a man has to do Is have things before I'm many years. "So now what?" said Malzle as had carried It off very well. I waste here. Of course I did have I "Look at me, said Suzy firmly. I ,!

, .1 control his tongue. A large older." they were packing their suitcasesto Still there was a strange note In a bench reserved in the park but "Why are you acting like this? :

lit of the evil of the world has Of course she dreamed of beingan leave the theater. "Sail for an- Terry Moore's voice and a peculiar And where are you going at this'

"*a caused by the tongue. Some actress other look at Liberty lighting up hour 1"I 30,000 Miles Tara
what young girl little twist In his smile, as he said "Then, it's settled, said Terryin I on
ra dip their tongues In the slime doesn't? Whether she had any talent the world." "I understand perfectly, I think." a tone of finality. "I'm goingI'm going for one '

ilander and speak a death war- or not she did not know. But "Not me," said Suzy. "I'm stay- She waited In the lobby for a Terry laid out a pair of his pa. thing around to your landlady's 4j..

mi to the reputation of good she knew she had two things which Ing right on In this town for awhile few minutes then cautiously went jamas and slippers for Suzy and and pay her what you owe her, i

wple. Hearts have been broken, were aa asset beauty and deter ." out a side door and walked downa she assured him that she would be Now, no argument-she ought to Proven -Rugged--ReliabU

Somes wrecked, murders commlt- mination. So when she left the orphanage At first they were full of hope, back street until she came to a very comfortable. But after he had have her money and I am not

\11\ reputations destroyed because she went straight to New but there came a day when even little lunch room. She had a shilling closed the door behind him she really giving It to you- -by rights ',

f ple do not control their tongues. York of course. their high spirits flagged and neither -and she needed a cup of cof called:"Hate to bother youbuthave you ought to have all yesterday's

;\'e\ tell our boys and girls in the She had only a few dollars but would voice to the other the fee. She had just ordered it, when you an extra comb In here ?" winnings" i s'

lob Jones College, "Never say any- she knew how to make them lasta fears she felt. There just didn't she heard a laughing voice say, "I He called back that she would He banged the door behind him

:hag against anyone unless your long time. For that she might seem any place In all of London for never could stand the food at the find one In the upper drawer. She and rushed out. There was a mysterious 0

:*Uve for doing It-Is good." If a have thanked the training she had two American girls, who wantedto Milan myself" did-and she found something else. smile on Suzy's face. ,

data< sake me if I can recommend had In the orphanage. She wanted act or sing or dance. There was nothing to say and Suzy was not without a standardof Next wr kl Huty and Terry wit. Cp..-SedTnacka v

jmmebody and it Is necessary for luxury and she meant to have It Malzie decided they should go to Suzy knew it. So she did the best ethics and she did not mean to ,flees something mystifying ut the FOR SALE BY i

j Mme to protect a good cause by re- some day but she had never knownIt Paris there might be somethingfor thing there was to do. She burst pry, but as she rummaged for the : factory where he works.

Islet to recommend the party, and so she did not miss it. them there and anyway a out laughing. Henry A. McClellan
sa> It Diamonds found In Practically all the nitrate of
becomes are never
Christian duty "
my would be for them. "How did know? she asked.
From good you
the start she luckier change WILLYS DEALER
was soda used. In the United .
formation but single State In
to
114 eay the man that I cannot mass always as
"Oh I've had landlady trouble
than moat girls who go to the city. But their money was running very from Chile. Ml MaIn 8tree'JACKSONVILLE
"commend
crystals. Imported y
him. I have "
no rightto The dollars weren't quite gone low so It was decided that Suzy myself In my time, he answered,
let a good suffer to .. _. FLA. I
cause -
' pro- and she had pot stood behind a should stay on in their London "and so has Knobby here. At the i
tact
a man. I have no right to In. counter nor washed dishes In a restaurant lodging house while Malzie should minute we are both working, praisebe New mirrors on the market are Tanaml In desert Australia, Is Or Write E
>Ire
a man simply because of the I of but we're the off to tinted to flesh-colored of the most Inaccessible tracts '
when she got her first cross the channel. Surely one taking day pink give a one Southern Willy"* Distributor

'nielty of my own heart. job. She wasn't to be an actress, them would find something soon take you to the races." reflection. on the world' surface. 231 PltlU'bt.-Atlant& Oa.TRAIN .

other. "What?" she ped. --,------- ---'---- ,- -- -------- -
send for the ga
perhaps, but at least she waa to and '
"Oh far{ a thousand tongues to be on the stage. She was to be In So Suzy was left alone In Lon "Oh but you mustn't tell lies-- SCHEDULE: *
And the \Worst is Yet Come-
IDe my great Redeemer's praise.." the chorus of a third rate touring don. Malzie wrote ahe had tried and you told that old bag you were to Our schedule changes Sund.1y.April !lr,
29 and train will fallows
run aj -
the sing that sometimes, but If we company booked solid for a season everything but the beat she coulddo off to Epsom Downs, didn't you? +;

':* a thousand tongues very few In 1912 there were more road was to get a job singing In a lit. Come on now time to be> off. : SouthboundNo. .

*ua would tie cafe, making barely enough to Don't want to miss the first race"
ever use them to praise companies out than there were to / 1- Due Starke 11:31 P. M- "
" Lord. and her meals. Knobby was at the wheel and
Moat of ua use the be in later years pay for her room '
No.
15--Due Starke 3:12: P. M.
We we have We talk Suzy Joined another company playIng the roads were so crowded that
selfishly. Most of the others of the com- No. 107 Due Starke 9:12 A. M.
-
'"t for the pleasure of talking or pany complained of the pay, the tbe provinces, but It too, fall- I steering the car took all his atten- Northbound :

"* talk Just because we want to'lake I hotels, the bard "Jumps" in day tion, but Suzy and Terry sitting No. 2-Due Starke 4.35,11. '
td.She
:
some money or put over coaches at all hours of the day and had managed to pay her in the back had no responsibilities.Before No. 18-Du Starke 10:38( : A. W. n +'

reposition.' There are great pos- night But to Suzy if It wasn't exactly room rent-chiefly by buying only they reached the races, they No. 108--Due Starke 11:1:5: : P. M.
Wlties for meal a day. Then had told each other about their
for one
good In the proper heaven it was so much better enough 8t rlui and Waaae Breach r!
*> of the tongue. We can use it than life in an orphanage or lookIng one day she looked in her purse. ambitions and their hopes. Suzy No. 101-Leaves Starke 7OOA.M.: j '

? tell a lost world that God loves for a Job had been that It seem She bad just one shilling left-and looking at the clean-cut young man No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:60: P. M. ++ ,
yen knew her luck bad been
and Jesus Christ died for ed good. At least she had made a her rent was overdue.It beside her Dally except Sunday. i e J
when she had aak
w" her
with again
> We can use the tongue toy start She was on pleasant enough was a glorious summer day T. J. GRIFFIN1. ,
' kind words to those who need terms with everyone In the company but her room had never seemed so ed him to help her and he thought
Mness. heard the landlady coming she was the most attractive girl he
We can use our tongues but the only friend she madeor dingy. She
I soothe the the stairs. She ran to the had ever seen.
broken heart of a wanted to make-was Malzie. up eD0
'flibor drew down her "Want to bet Terry asked. "I'm
hurriedly
or friend. What wonder- From the start the two girls had I closet
''I Possibilities we have to do good liked each other and they soon be- few clothes and began putting one going to place five pounds on Rag-
We use the other. She couldn't muffin-he's bound to win and
our tongues right. It good friends. Malzie beinga on over
came "
" been word beenIn risk trying to take a suitcase out pays two to one.
argued that and having
every few older suffer( bwnlna
tc.ty
years you at
"" most of "I dont like the name, complained
"> she could take
speaks sets into vibration other companies, could and did perhaps frequent urinclion/.chch.,

ws In the air and in the ether teach her a great deal. her scanty wardrobe on her back. Suzy h..d.che, diliinvw, lots of energy. ,
1(1(1 In the ages to come I may 11 stick with this outfit un- "In a minute" she called In an. "If that Inn t like a woman, said leg ptinf, walling end| puffiness i i
Dd "We "Now for name here's ands the ..? Ar. tired/ '
on to the landlady's pounding on Terry. I y you n.tw
some ewer
far off world and to the big town li
"r the til we get back door. Would that .harp-eyed Golden Fleece. He pays twenty to our-<..! *ll uiwbrmg and don't ; ) + '
words I am now dictating would "Then we the ii
kid, Malzie say. know what Is ?
wrong
the ? No oneprobably haa only three legs
secretary. It will be a ter. for something big woman notice anything wrong i
are going out said stubborn i Than glv. tome thought to
ode the garments "I like him, Suzy yaw ,
>aa thing for many people at ger and better. You've learned a time now to pin up i "But I'm not going to bet- t111n1bA ."......,.. B. two ttwy 'function pcopoi" ,
Judgement when all the this ; you won't be Just a underneath.One ly. ly for ,UftCtI....! kidney' lot year would-
)rda< and I've got Just a shilling, and .!
they ever uttered come next season. I'm not so look at Mrs. Beggs Suzy ester waste to stay In th.WooJ, ,
'"w beginner noticed n t have It, If you hadn't paid for J 4 tk wl felia
to them oo the wings of the never will be anything to saw that she had plenty .J1W lot prime end .>-W WI VIV ,
.lid and the good understood everything. my coffee. ..vie..atlj. .
folding of the the lights In and ,
ml>lsta pages set the river afire or butwe'll "So-trying to cheat a respectable "I'll stake you" said Terry and I .. DOM'S jWa,DOM'S ro fw Vobl d

... front of the theater either You, stick woman out of her bill-take Knobby as one man. ..... ,..fa.y* only.. Tk.y wo I..: *-* ,, aJ{ nM.
make a good team. the next i Suzy shook her head. But she wall. -. y- has g Ik.q.a.
Out of and see what that top one off-and & .... thus. IsitiJ DOM'S '' '
, the every 100 drug addicts to me for a while, kid. did consent! to place Terry's bet on stray beg
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today, happens. when he Insisted thatbegtnner's
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e cud to mucbfar "I wan Just trying
be men. dear to do so
"You're a stammered Suzy "to see which luck would Insure Its

me," Suzy said. beet to to the winning.She .r
DaVid who would look go r
McMurray of Los Angeles "Dear nothing said Malzle race.1 had never seen a horse race eI'ljfe' + ..
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KEEP KINO!jLEY CLEAN BEACHAs d theorsl t is Yet to Come:

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Everyone is guilty of thought- TOO LATE in prevIOUS'years the Suwan. .

leanness in one form or another at nee River Press Association will

1811 one time or another, but perhaps TO CLASSIFY 'I visit Jacksonville Beach on Saturday -,

I the all-time high along this line August 16where the mem I
SS g, MEMBERLORIDAPRESS T Its represented by some residents of By RV..F.LL KT I bers will be expected to call at the I
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ASSOCIATION A KIngsley Lake our beautiful sum IeerelarFlsrlea PrcM i hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. I

I mer resort who dump their accumulated Thurston Roberts where they will I "

JL.\ 1935 ePublished trash and garbage along CLEVEUANp; Maybe ome of I be served tea and those who were
::J.otJPaItd. :J .
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I the highway Instead of burying It. you folk remember "Whlstltn' so fortunate on a previous occasion :
-- --"" P" .. --- -- -- -- There Is no system of garbage Willie," the colored boy who was to be guests of these delightful people

Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class disposal at the lake aa there U In featured on Major Bowes program will certainly anticipate a reit- -

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida town-each person is hU own gar- last winter. Well, after making eration of a delightful hour.

--- -,,- ----- -- ------ ..- -- -- I bageman, and It U a mighty nearsighted :a tour with one of the Major's am I j Following the tea and entertaIn-

E7L. Matthews ._ __ ._ ,,_ _--Editor and 0SUBSCRIPTION individual who cannot see ateur units. Willie Is back among ment they will ba free to enjoy the O _
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that he Is injuring himself as well the and trees again 7 dinner will be ea o.
... i palms orange surf and at p. m
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I I at his, old Job of bath served at the Casa Marina hotel,
RATE
j fly scatters trash along the road. i, and dustlrr off the Florida Exhibit I where Colonel W. E, Kay honorary

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I I Several weeks ago we boasted I I I II I president of this association will I "
Rates on Application about there being no mosquitoes at You remember when the Major I preside and be host to the party. I r _
Advertising .. ... .. but this will not long be I 'I of the Board
.. --- .. -- I Klnggley, asked Willie what hU: ambition, Colonel Kay one
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- the case If tin cans are thrown was ho replied "Well suh I guess ; of Directors of The Times-Union : 1

It is a thoughtless wife who feeds her husband and the I about and water allowed to stand Major I'd most like to have me ,I will on Its behalf extend greetingsand / ti.VrK b .

dog; out of the same can. In them over a period of weeks. a pair of spats like da gent'mena dispense the hospitality of that / ? 1
Holes should always be punched In wear and a sure enough 'white I I paper which Is always enlisted In

o the bottom of cans before they are folks' bath tub." the cause of the country's press. _,.

Perhaps the man with a goatee Is Just trying to prove thrown (out or best of all they j Well that startling and unex- I,I This arrangement will do away .. =
l should be burled, where they will the I with various calls and local entertainments EI
bowled
that he can take it on the chin. also be out of sight A can full pected answer about I' In Jacksonville where t
Major over, the audience howled
of water offers all the accomoda- the wishes of the guests seem to
and Willie went over like a ton of I
Haile Selassie stamp collector. That was certainlya I' tlons necessary for a mosquito to bricks. For the balance of the be that they want to go directly to
breed a healthy famMy and It Is in I the beach and receive the enter-
that Mussolini him. time our exhibit was progressin
fine one gave who had rather
a queer person New York Willie proved to be tainment there with a dinner
o I fight pests all summer than to an outstanding: attraction. One promptly served of the type which

Dumb Dora thinks that an uninstructed delegate is one spend a few minutes burying emp- hundred and thirty-five pair of they greatly enjoy properly hand-

ty tin cans !puts came to'bI'm from generous led so that those who desire to return -
who never got beyond the eighth grade.A Of course vacationists who are listeners, while''two bathtub manufacturers to their homes may do so 1 MC'i.

o at the lake for only a week or two offered him the best while others who wish to remainfor

at a time will be more careless I dancing and other features may
in the
interesting could
writer that catty women are the most that money buy way
says about this matter than persons of i bathtubs. Willie still has the I pursue their entertainment on In-

-ai well as the most dangerous, eh? with homes who spend the entire spats and a pea-green modernistic to the evening."SMiLINO". .... .

ft summer there. But It is up to the bathtub that could hold Its own In .
latter either to educate the weekenders .V : CAMPAIGNOne : 'M1Qd11 19t?"" __ ___
mansion.
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books close Monday August 10. Register anybody's -
City registration or.to clean up after them. thing we'll say for the 1936
i njw if you are a new resident in Starke. Perhaps reminding them that they News photographers and camera Presidential campaign--It will be an infectious smile that Is warm we cettainly t'I< xl/e
have been clickln' at
might want to return to the lake men away run by the friendliest looking candidates ; and friendly and makes everybodywarm come from either u 'It. aDd.

unearth For another vacation next summer IVillle ever since while reporters in the history of the country up to him personally even We might call th p. PI'I
Every time students another fossil they checkup might help to make them take an ind feature writers go for him like Frankllng D. Roosevelt wears though they may want to do violence Smile Presldenti.ii
the Prince of Wales orlomethin' umpaignj
just to be sure that it isn't one of the professors.Father interest In the cleanliness of its le was hero-wor- to the NRA and the Demo- I that
But all this might bring n.
surroundings.The "That's St. Augustine there's the cratic party. Alf Landon wears a lame k
-, at ship hasn't hurt Willie a bit. In old fort where Grandpa and I saw happy contented look and from his I smiles to the tac'I oeopl

Coughlin has apologized for calling President Kingsley ever-growing means quite colony a lot to ipite of the fact that he is one of the actual cell they kept OsceolaIn. eyes shines a whimsical humor that haven't looked ve.1I1.PPV (at

Father Whena the best advertisements Florida ." Or "Looklt, Mary, McKee: makes him a most attractive personality I Winter Haven.
Roosevelt liar-as if it mattered at all what the Starke In the summer time. 'hi'
a ever had, he's a darn good janitor Gardens that's just the
from out of town comes Jungle ; One never sees a picture
said. family Ight on and that's one of the reasons how I '
it remember rav-
looks a'
week way but that shows him in
there to spend a or so they likes of him
I guess why everyone ed about! it when we got home last
u- all
never bring with them quite ilm. gently happy mood. We doubt if
? And folks. If don'tthink
A man gets chesty and thinks he's being good around they need for that length their of time Only last ,week when Ed Wynn. spring,, that Is bang-up advertisingfor you two men of such happy disposition

the house if he does a little job like installing a new door I' and usually and clothes supplement before they groceries he: Fire Chief ,and Graham Mc- Florida you're "pixilated.\ could say anything really deroga-
Vamee were featured here with a
knob. leave. The more people we can tory about the other and if there'sany
program over WTAM, they called MANAGKK AM! > CI.F.RKM Poll
attract to the lake the better bust- for the Florida Blossom 'IIIH KIHST! MPKCIAI HIIIMAHY mud-slinging in this campaign
o. I Orange KI.KCTIO'V.: Alfjipr II. A. D, 19:111.: ,
hot
the
ness will be here during quartet[ and Whtstlln' Willie to meetlntr' held on she 80th.,
They tell about a Chicago gangster who had so many season. It Is worth an effort to their So lay tot July A. D 19,10. the Hoard of

bullets pumped into him that he had to use metal polish for keep this beautiful spot desirable. pen ear to program.ear. Willie shed grlnnln'trom his (County I'ountv, (Floildn CommtMylonftr, appointed of Bradford the following GOT UP RESTED, a

bath --oELECTRICITY janitor clothes climbed into his Clerk and Inspector* for the FULL OF E9E.S3'.It ,
soap. OR OX TEAMS? First Special Primary Election tobe
Sunday pants and took another held llth, A. D 1938. :
-0-( \ on August .-. few, Bluffffliih IWHifnchx. hud pltupl :
Just to show what can be done In low for Florida. Precinct No. I, j.teI'uetT: :; .. T.: .kln then took pl.B.nnt RU Cro. r.,*:
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A British enthusiast is promoting a home for aged this year of our Lord 1936 the Ru. Willie's home Is Sanford and If Harold Blackburn Pearce Clerk, and: A. H. Harley tlva..11..v Tablflta..d, poloon Aa conatlpAtlon cleared out, waa felt prompt like new!: S I .yC"'sT

first time knew they got too old ral Electrification Administration I was secretary of their chamber 'Liinpectora. person full of Aneriiy.. Oat Red GroM Laxntl Y ..
That's the we ever .
golfers. Precinct No. iNnrth Starke, F. A.cott. Tabloti. 2so. Th famou Red Groin :' 'Poe 909.
one of the numerous governmental of> commerce, I wouldn't care a Clerk; J. U Conner, A. R mark on the packaic U your Kuarante*. POULTRY*4
to play golf.Most agencies has fixed up a farm in toot whether the First National Moore, and R A. Newaom. Innpecoi Fr.o ..mpl. Writ. Red Croaa B..m is 4..... Dept 9, Jacksonville. Fla.. maker
where run
o Virginia everything Bank or the County Courthouse Precinct No.3. South Starke, T. 0( Red OroLIvOMed, Red Cram Chill FREE-DIG I 3..u'< COUPON
electrically except the hired man. vas pictured In the literature I ST. Kendrlck. Clerk; CecU Thomas, and V.v.r Tonlo. and Red Croaa Rub 101 DAT kr be l
summer arguments arise out of the fact that a Here are a few of the marvels that ant out but I'd rave and tear a hri H KvditravvH.. and J, L. Un- _bum, atblete'e toot muncular pain. ...... look I look.AVE not
lerhlll. Inspectors.Preclnrt
man wants to spend a quiet vacation while'his wife wants farmer J. W Hughes has consentedto ot of hair If It,didn't have an Interesting I ;, M. 4, Ornham.Kdmjndeon W T. Me.aver c -, sera p..lir, .'ad ord.latm, looll-aiUDIIECT ,<
have demonstrated on his place: Clerks Wiley
quite a vacation. story and a typical pic.ure Duffy Abernathy, and John furlency noM rAcroir-
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Flies cannot bother the cows because of Sanfor4 sown "Whlstlm" InxpnctorH.Preilmt Kingsley LakeResidents run Km ia row pocks uolkan
u electrocute No. S, Hampton B y would o.trail
charged screens VUlle. I understand that Willie
Sn.
London brides are said to favor four o'clock in the afternoon j theme The bossies themselves are >wes around $:$00$ on his little DvnI I. and T J Perry limpet-tot ii..t. lidiaa llaa eel ConMtl SauMlw hard Ml ke.d 1looliaa. '
air-cooled while they are being Sanford home that'he's havln' a r'r.cuatu. Thwievttu* II. D.T.v Sold to .
about Inm. rloctorr
aren't particular ufo arrUa la pick
their weddings. They so .
for \ r-i -I I': A Sullivan, P. O.Detver
milked by electricity.In nighty hard time payin' off. Andf I and Calvin. Hull. ln..uec-tom. Have Your Light Installed. By _...r.al., prior mvCaale
the time over there. front of each Is a drinking he loses It, all I've got to say Is I Precinct No.1. New River, r,[. V.Wlffgtim A Man Who ICelp d Get Light, PAID.
CJ. Andrew, C. at The [eke.Reasonable la ns.aa..r.. k N
bubbles when the I : : Jki .r.o;
--- -- o fountain which 'Shame on you Sanford. This f Butler, J: Intmeo-- Boxy Mewl oa. ml poilonid TOO'lor '
cow presses her nose on the gad. inspoiled, Florida colored boy has tornPrecinct PricesLeave Ma nee loollwj boa
"Women Backing Both Roosevelt and Landon"Headline. No. 9. Brooker. A. B. Sur. Iopt.rj.
been loyal all the way through to rency. Clerk: W. H. Hnrrell J. V Word at AVAHNAH rZNCB AND ROOfTHS
That's just like the dear things. They don't want to get.Instead of pounding on the old its town and his state, and he's Edwards, and Mph Haxen. inspeoi i CHEVROLET GARAGE > .. (aI Fool,
torn PRBB 3.>npUl wd Ro.fni
hurt anybody's feelings., Iron plantation bell farmer Hughes liven both a million dollars worthf (OFFICIAL SEAL) Or Write epl.eF' f r>*M lax* Prtoe
o presses a button when he wants his : > advertising that money couldn't L.. t* CONNER,
__o Chairman Board of County O. J. PHILLIPS
hired hands and an electrical siren uy. And the vehicle that made CommlBMlonera.Attest Lawtey Flo. I

Money is counted by length on a small island off the whines across the field. I this: possible was the Florida ex- A' J. Thomas: I I ..wz
Clerk to Board.
coast of Chile. But they aren't the only people who try to The chicken coop has water ilblt.
warmers and ultra violet ray I don't believe many Floridians
I
make their dollars stretch. lamps ,to Improve the egg-laying really appreciate what a wonderful -

o ability of the hens. thing It is for Florida to have a ALL-WEATH
+ The truck garden has a network an exhibit here at the Great Lakes
that Americans adore him. I
George Bernard Shaw says of wires running through the soil Exposition. Nor do they realize y

I'' Proving that in at least one respect Americans and Shaw to heat the earth In colu weather. what a remarkable Job Earl Brown COME'SEE ; rF

show a striking similarity. The pastures have running water. and his able assistants have donein .
The Electrification Administration assembling it. The task of 1
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will use the farm for an exhibit transplanting a bit of real Florida '
Farmer Brown says that he's heard a lot about this I for several months. After on the shores of Lake Erie Is no -AND 1 /

"back to the farm" movement, but that his boys are still : that farmer Hughes will be allowedto sliAich job, especially when It Involves U4V'

turning their back to the farm. purchase the equipment at reduced bringing bearing citrus YOU'LL .

prices. trees royal palms and hundredsof
o Mf The country will Impatientlyawait rare and tropical plants to say

,! Eleanor Holm Jarrett, the swimming beauty was kick- a report from farmer nothing of tons of exhibit material
tire in the worldat
ed off the Olympic for keeping late hours and drinking Hughes at the end of a year to that portrays every phase of Flor- Largest selling i
learn If he has mastered all of his ida's historic commercial Indus-

champagne. Maybe she didn't drink with .the right people.A electrical equipment or If It has trial, and agricultural life. any price standard on, the

o mastered him. If it turns out that I'm convinced that this direct

New York man was given a medal for driving an automobile some rugged son of the soil aria- contact with thousands! of prospective new cars famous for its
Ing morning by the light of and
every tourists hpme-seekers
i thirty-eight years without an accident. Maybe the a kerosene lamp milking with his vectors backed by Interesting In-I

medal should have gone to the people who dodged out of his horny hand, and plowing with an Impressive exhibits La the most

ox team, has made more profit fective and profitable form of advertising
way. than farmer Hughes with all his the state has ever done. 4 J.9a.LONGED

o modern doo-dads-someone Is due. And I know that In a large measure -
One household problem would be solved if mothers for an awful shock and It won t the splendid tourist seasons we

would take a tip from the black shirt and brown shirt armies be from electricity. have experienced the last three
is largely the result of our NON-SKID MILEAGE
years
and organize their young hopefuls into a white shirt move- THE JOB OF LEADINGIn exhibits at Chicago and New York.

ment. a courageous article In this During the time I have been

0 week's paper H E. Lagergrentowhom here, I've carefully gone over the
the Telegraph Is Indebtedfor files of George Clement
clipping
The who to the country and ,expects to .
city boy goes his always-entertaining writings and was truly amazed to note the

.see the cows sit on milk 'bottles has nothing on his rural -opines the passing of the Immense amount of publicity

cousin who tome's: to town and tries to blow out the electric great leaders of Starkethe men Florida has received In the newspapers Proved by G-3
who made our. town what It la to- trade journals and magazines
light. day. If the article hurts and makes of Ohio and the Great Lakes '

ri ____---------.L"O- you squirm remember that It lethe area as a direct result of our participation Users Here in OUR TOWN

by TRUTH that hurts-and then here. We couldn't buy
The services of Gary Cooper are valued at $5,000,000
do squirming In the right direction articles and pictures
motion picture executives. Let's see, how many quarters your, with a purpose. these, front-page but we get these breaks because SH the G-3 tretd-printa we've taken of tires -

would have to be paid by female fans to make up that Although the day of Individual our unique and Interesting still in service evidence that G-3 gives We have the Prize

amount? leaders might have passed we believe exhibit makes Florida "NEWS." LDfGEST.WEAR.. SAFEST; MILEAGE LOWEST COSTsatisfaction Values at every o' "
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that an organization like the Fortunately Ohioans are extremely per mile
1 o- Men's Club can largely price.J Husky, big .
Business friendly to Florida. Each &M the GOODYEAR MARCM' or SAFETY demonstra .
,_ A Cleveland man wants a young fellow returned to the take the: place of Individual Initiative i year we draw a large tourist population tion-shows why G-3's tough, sure-gripping, Goodyears as low as Glwur u

1 reformatory for a "kid's prank" committed twenty-three --that is, if the organization Is I from this section, and those Center Traction AlLWeather Tread stops .
active and on Its toes. Ohio friends of Florida get a real
/It
aren't the only ones who cur the quickest of tires.
Evidently elephants your any .
years ago. The Business Men's Club has a ,. thrill In bringing their friends to A ..J1IfIIIII
t don't forget. fine record and has justified its existence see our exhibit: and what a swell SM the SUPURTWIST Cord demonstration 46 .

o many times over but in recent job of selling they do for us. They convincing proof of he way this patented WEEK SftOWA'

No applause was allowed at a dinner in New York given weeks probably because attendance of bring Uncle John and Cousin Sam Goodyear feature in every ply gives you tho
and vacations
summer heat and the Jonues and they say CXCATE4T bLOWOUT rttOTECTION.
Ask
by the League for Less Noise. One of the most pleasant has dropped sadly from to see Goodyaar

we can think of would be not to applaud an after- the heights reached early this meeting Monday and since there sew -,. ..fs y-g.< Urea ,.. er-t-... Sp..tlway-wortd.
things
spring. At the last meeting there are several things of consequenceto 0 *xljr..r WLUE MBBON VAUIKS fr teas greatest low price tiroSTAtli
dinner speaker. was merely a handful of old faith be discussed It la Important that : E

0- fuls. True It was raining during as large attendance as possibleturn ..

There is a fellow in Tampa who makes his living by getting the regular time for the meeting out. New members are welcomed
but matters seriously affecting a also. Do not wait for aa Invitation
for criminals from the state prison. Wonder Register Motor Co.
pardons town's welfare cannot wait on --If you are not already a

how he would like to live in community completely sur- thundershowen. member cometo, the meeting and

rounded by his clients? The club will hold Its regular sign up BOW. 4r South Walnut Street FLOgU


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