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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: August 7, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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HOBO i KILLED i FROM TWO AUTO ACCIDENTS DEATHS HERE I I II' BOARD DELAYS 'I COUNTY MAY BID ONLY 2 NAMESON CARLTONTELLS BRADFORD

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BYHIT-AND-RUN report from MONTHSA the I ACTIONON PRISON FLORIDAA TO BE BUILTIN BALLOT PENSIONS LETTERIn IN PROMISES.


Bradford I committee was appointed at reply to an Inquiry as to his
Committee shows that
: the Business Men's Club Monday stand on old age pensions Tax Assessor -
County contributed two MARKET
fatalities
only TUESDAY PENSIONS
DRIVER to the 249 deaths caused by I : to Investigate possible sites for the N. D. Wainwrlght receivedthe $3,942

location of a Federal Penitentiary following message Tuesday
automobile accidents In
Florida I in Bradford County, from Doyle K Carlton candidatefor -

Found Dead On Highway during 1936. the first five months of, {Will Consider PurchaseOf : For some time the Federal government Voting In August U. S. Senate: Only Nine Counties

I I has been "One's past record Is always the!
consideringbuilding
North of The following eighteen counties Land Next I a new prison in Florida Will Be Unusual best index to> future conduct By Fail to Comply

had clear records of no deaths from t reference to my record on like
Lawtey I1londayHUSiNESS and officials have written here, as ExperienceNO With Plan
automobiles: Citrus Clay Collier. I well as other counties, requesting questions in the past, you will read

-- Dixie,. Flagler Gllchrlst, Glades, information as to sites I ily see that my heart Is with the

IFFFORT BEINO I !MADE Gulf Hamilton, Hardee Jackson, MEN STILL SECOND PRIMARY aged people and, fur a program that AMOUNTS: WILL lUNGE(
N. D. Jr., E.
[ TO LOCATE RELATIVESEviUentlv Lake, Liberty, Okaloosa, Okeecho-I FIGHT FOR PROJECTBecause Wilson Wainwright M. F. Brown and Joseph A. J. W I L.1. B E NECESSARY will make adequate provision for UP TO JSOPKR: MONTH

bee, Sumter, Wakulla and Walton. I them in their latter days. Certainly -
Thomas were appointed on the
killed by a hitandrundriver Dade County led the list with a I of lack! of time the committee The unusual procedure of votIng -: I will go Just as far as one The Bradford County Board of

the body of Flury Dixon total of forty-two deaths. I Board of County Commissioners If the prison were situated hereIt In August will be experienced reasonably can to accomplish this County Commlslsanrrs again signified '

wty-year-old hobo, was found in The report also shows that Bradford Monday delayed action on a re would! mean an addition to the next Tuesday when voters In Brad purpose If this cannot be done by Us willingness to participateIn

highway about three miles had two deaths from tubercu quest by the Starke Business Men's of about ford and all other Florida countiesgo one method, we will try another. the Federal old age pension plan;
M! county fifty or seventy
!north of Lawtey early Wednesday losis and two from cancer duringthe Club that a site be purchased for families who would employed to the polls to select the Democratic -I One thing certain, a pauper's oath by appropriating .1,042 at their

morning five months. No deaths from the construction of a farmer s central there. nominee for the United will never be a condition to any meeting Monday to provide for approximately -

County officers were typhoid, diphtheria or malaria I market. The matter will -- -- .- States Senate seat formerly occu- relief which I would advocate" seventy aged persona.
Bradford again be considered when the pied by the late Park Trammell. from October<< 1 to June 3O, 1937.
here this pe-I
and an ambulance walt were reported during
notified to bring the body to the De- board meets to take up unfinished CLIENTS ASKInvestigation It will be one of the shortest ballots SCHOOL OPENS Only nine counties now remain '

wilt C Jones funeral home where riod.Florida had 597 automobile I business next Monday.The ever seen here, only two names that have not agreed to appropriatefunds

will wait while an attempt Is deaths in 1933 and 603 In 1934. business men are urging the those of Judge C. O. Andrews, of 'I to be matched equally by the '
j
It made to get in touch with/ relatives purchase of a twenty-acre tract of Orlando, and former governor I In StarkeSEPTEMBER Federal government, according\-
land about a mile north of Starke .
I Doyle E. Carlton --appearing on It. a statement yesterday by Conrad
CROp.LOAN lying between Road 13 and the rail Claude Pepper, of Tallahassee Van Hyninfr, commlnxloner of the

The man's head waa crushed road. They consider it almost an OF WPATELL had no opposition and automatically 7 State Hoard of Social Welfare, andIt

wd several bones were broken. He i ideal site for the market, althoughit received the Democratic nomina- la hoped that these will complyby

nt fairly well dressed and carried Applications is a little farther out of town tion to succeed the late Duncan U. I __ the end of this week All sixtYlIevf'n
few cooking utensils, shaving than some desire. It is l understood
I Fletcher in the Senate. of the state's counties
tied in the leg of HOARD THAT MANY : TWO VACANCIES TO HK
equipment etc., that the tract be
can '
purchasedfor must agree to the plan before itcan
i pair of overalls which he slung BEING FILED $700. DESERVING FAMILIES I The Supreme Court refused to 1\i FILLED BY GIUFFIS become effective

over his shoulder. He was seen Having the land is the first requirement CAN'T GET: WORK let the name of Robert J. Boone \ ANT) GRAY;
through Starke during the of of Miami go on the ballot becausehe I According to the program, pensioners -
passing retting the market
Tuesday, walking north. WPA An investigation of Welfare and failed to file his first primary The Staike school term will be- will receive amounts vary-
day through as a project. Members
WILL BE IONLY TO WPA activities In Bradford Coun- campaign expense statement within ing from a few dollars up to $30
of gin as usual l on the first MondayIn
identified by an envelop the Business Men's Club I
He was THOSE UNABLE TO GET requested of the time required by law. He a month depending on their needs.
In bis pocket on which his name I have been working at feverheatfor ty was by a body relief September, SuSt.| A. J. Orlffli "
The amount thin ,
clients before the was a candidate for the Trammellseat appropriated by
OTHER CREDIT appearing announced this week. By teaching
written and the return address the past few months to have a
tae Board of Commissioners at and with only two men In the county, If matched by an equal
County through December 24 and takingthe
"Moon Lake Dude Ranch, marketing center established here,
Federal fund would total
; Its race no second primary will be mean a
Application for emergency vegetable Monday meeting. usual holiday after that date,,
Port Richey, Fla. was printed. : and they are convinced that it will
New for the clients charged 'necessary, for the high man wins of $7,88to be spent on pensionshere _
loans for 1936 are now being I be the biggest step forward that Spokesmen the school will be able to complete
the nine from
received at Court House by Mrs. that In several Instances the the nomination. four months before Christmas, he during months
i this has taken.
county ever
conversation with October to )J
A telephone Alma Bain for O. J. Rountree, field The operation of a small market same family would have a mem- I It Is expected that the Republican said. There had been some talk July. .
of dude ranch disclosed Pension out
operators the supervisor of the Emergency Crop ber In a CCC Camp and another Party will also nominate two of starting Monday August 31, but requirements were
here this season I la said by farmers -
that.Dlxon bad ho- lined Mr. Van follows
the fact and Feed Loan Section of the to have been surprisingly successful. member working on relief projectIn men for these positions and will this plan walt turned down. by Hyning aa

boing habits and had worked there Farm Credit Administration.The the county, whereas in many instances have their names on the November Two v cancle -.places for a sac : J
only a few days before starting off clients with no "Old age assistance la to be j'
loans will worthy general election ballot. letary to the principal and a commercial
crop
another jaunt emergency grunted to any persona over sew '
on be made only to farmers who cannot I means of employment were refused Official. here expect a light vote teacher still remain on
CMTC Men ReturnE. of who have ;
enty years age resided -
.
-- obtain credit from any other work. Tuesday unless Townsendites takean II she I faculty, Mr. Griff said, but

LAWTEY WANTS source, as provided by regulations I W. Hayes, Jr., AI Kay Car It was stated that if possible for unexpected Interest in the mat- will probably be filled In the next in the state for five out of
the last nine and In the
,
l Issued by the Governor of the lisle, Roswell Noegel and Rudolph the WPA to comply, relief clients ter. Judge Andrews has receivedthe few days. It will not be necessary years I

FENCE Farm Credit Administration. The I Andrews returned yesterday from had rather have a large number of endorsement of the Townsend I to save u bard meeting to fill county for one year previously to

money loaned will be limited to the the Citizens Military Training workers employed part time thanto organization.Polls these vacancies, lid sand, they will application, whose Income from
Is Insufficient
COMMISSIONERS PROMISE farmer's Immediate and actual Camp at Fort Sceven, Ga. Reports have a small number working anI, I uu bult ..Ud: by the bupcrlntundont any other sources '
will open at 8 o'clock to maintain decent standard ofliving
$200 FOR PROJECT from the camp state that these full time. and Principal L. A, Gray a
his 1336)
cash needs for growing will close at sundown. Voters will
The amount of atllll tancttwblch
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have had successful The board decided to call for an .
WHEN AVAILABLEA : young men a --- ------
crops and In no instance may ex- cast their ballots In the usual polling will be granted to each such
: camp and have made fine recordsIn investigation of the matter and the
fencing project for the town ceed $200 to one farmer. athletics and military training. clerk was Instructed to take the' place In each county precinct. POPULAR TEAM aged person will be dependent en-

of Lawtey was approved Mondayby Farmers are not eligible for emer- Hayes was awarded a marksman- matter up with higher authoritiesof l --.--- AT RITZ tirely upon the amount which In

the County Commissioners who gency crop loans if they can bor- ship medal In pistol practice. the Works Progress Adminis Stolen Bicycle RecoveredWillie needed to provide food, clothing,
Individual,
production
agreed to donate $200 for the row from an tration. GINGER ROGERS AND FRED shelter unit other Incidental ex-
credit association, bank, or other Armstrong, Jacksonville I This amount not exceed ,
work 'when the funds are available -.- ASTAIRE TO BE SEEN penses. may
concern. Farmers will also be con- Addresses Townsendites negro boy, was given ninety days SUNDAYThe $30 per month. The amount

sidered Ineligible if they have an Congressman R. A. Green spoke Last Day For DiscountCity for stealing a bicycle from Cano- needed will be arrived at by computation ,
The made at the re-
promise was of application pending with Resettlement before the Townsend convention In Clerk Carl Johns reminded va's Pharmacy last Filday Officers I. most popular team In movies of Individual budgets for >
quest of committee comprised
a
Senator-elect E. Johns, O. Administration, have received Lakeland last Saturday stating citizens this week that today (Friday caught Willie near Waldo Ginger Rogers and Fred Astalre each person. I|

; Charley assistance from that organization that he would "fight to the last ) Is the last day that a discountwill where he was pedalling south in a -will be seen at the Ritz Theatre "If each of the sixty-seven counties -'
Phillips and F. R. Carradine.
Other business transacted by the this year or are Indebted to ditch" for the plan. The conven- be allowed on light bills. It desperate attempt to get away Sunday and Monday In "Top makes the necessary money;:,.

board the Resettlement Administration tion endorsed the candidacy of was recently decided by the cityto with his stolen goods. Arthur Hat" a lavish musical show for available applications will be received -<
follows
was as : for an unpaid loan. I Claude Pepper and Judge C. O. Andrews allow a ten per cent discounton Taylor Lawtey negro, was given which Irving Berlin wrote the by the district welfare

Mrs Elbert Glover having died, As In the past, the security for for United States senators all bills pail' before the seventhof ninety day this week on a drunk I songs. The dancing of this team I boards Investigations made, and '

the name of her husband was an emergency crop loan will con from Florida. each month and disorderly charge. C. H Pow- has taken the country by storm, pensions paid aa soon aa possible

stricken from the pauper roll, and stet of a first lien on the crop fi-, ---- -. ell, negro operator of a Reno and each of their new pictures In after October 1. If one of the six

the pauper allowance of Mrs. Mary nanced. Landlord or others having I Herlong Buys Home Small Tax List blacksmith shop Is being held In I eagerly awaited. ty-seven counties does not make

Phlllmon was discontinued. an interest in the crop to be financed i jail until such time as he pays the necessary appropriation the entire

The applications of Mrs. Lizzie will be required to waive their Dr. M. B. Herlong has purchasedthe The smallest delinquent tax list costs and buys a Florida automo- State plan will Invalidated.- ."

Tyler, Daisy Raulerson, Elizabeth claims in favor of a (lien to the T. J. Griffin home on Tenth In many years l Is published for the bile license tag. He was arrested remember-el I .
I week in the Tele- -
Dryden Julia Crews, and Lizzie Governor of the Farm Credit Administration Street that l Is now occupied by Mr. first time this for driving a car too long with a arrives -
and Mrs H. L. Brownlee. He will graph. The list will appear five To Attend Dairy Meet .
Starling for pauper allowances until the emergency Georgia tag on It. next Tuesday and WednesdayIn

were! laid over for further consid- crop loan Is repaid. I move his family here about October times and the tax sale will be held -----.-------- "The Ghost Goes West. This County: Agent T. K. McClan '

eration. I Checks in payment of approved 1. The Browl.lee plan to buildon Monday, September 7. la a new type of spook picture In will attend the annual Dairy Field'

The services for Mallory Thom- loans will be l Issued by the Regional a Cherry Street lot directly -----. City Election Called I which the ghost Is a romantic fig Day at the experiment station la.

x for distributing materials usedIn Emergency Crop and Feed Loan across from the N. T. Ritch home. BirthsMr. Mayor W. E. Middleton this ure Instead of a thing to be f cured Gainesville next Friday, August .

treatment of screw worm infatatlons Office at Columbia, S. C. I, and Mrs. Freeman Rhoden, week Issued a proclamation callinga 14. He says that lectures on research -

was discontinued, the --. I Filling Station Enlarged Hellbronn Springs, girl, August 3. city election to be held in Starkeon -- .- work In breeding and the)

work being turned over to the Registration Books Open The West F -nd Service Station, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hardenbrook, Tuesday, September 8. The ; Workers Transferred results of breeding In the experiment -

COunty agent. registration books are II managed by Mr. and Mrs. L. Tor- Starke boy, July 31. mayor, marshal, three aldermenand station Jersey herd will be (
County one combined clerk, tax assessor bixiy men have been transierred of Interest to all cattle owners as
The bill of E. L. Callahan, of now open in the office of Super- ruella, l is being enlarged. In the and tax collector are to be from Alligator Creek projectto well as laity men. The agent will

Gainesville, for balance due on visor H. C. Wall where they will name part of town the Christian In Korea middle-aged women of elected. Inspectors will be F. A. county roads project In this leave from the court house at 8
heating plant for the court house remain each Monday, Wed- Church presents an Improved appearance the higher close and young women
open I in Scott, R. A. Newsom and A. W. county, it was announced at the o'clock next Friday and says ha
Ia hats six feet
the amount of $373.37 was October I having recently been re- of all clasHea wear
-
ap- nesday and Saturday through Anderson. WPA office here. No new projects will have room In his car for two
proved. The WPA Is to pay the 10. City registration books I painted. circumference
I are under way so far In Bradford persons Interested in attending the,
remainder of the cost. will close next Monday, August 10. i. meeting.


I Congressman; Green Figures In Mock FuneralFor I P MISS PEARCE WINS ESSAY PRIZE Trade At Home -Campaign--Enters :


Late Lamented Cross-State Canal Third Week- -Free Theatre Tickets Popular I

-- Trade Taxes rt4aa w ,,,.. ., : _._,__,
Tells Home Helps to Pay
Why
A mock burial for the cross-state some believe, it 'would be better The Bradford County Telegraph. the Buy In Bradford County Page.

canal put on by the Gainesville Kl- not to look at the frail little body. lj Bradford County Business Firms, This week, the misspelled words

Wants Club at Silver Springs re- Let us rather remember him aa a 1"- Informative and educational, BUY appear In fifteen other advertisements .

Wl>uy. shows that folks In that vigorous little shaver, trying always Miss Margaret Pearce, Starke I believe If the people of Bradford Ings, with much less financial endless difficulty AT HOME campaign and ESSAY on the Buy In Bradford] r t

action: can see the humorous side to get to water but finally high school student, I is the win- County would spend more of and thus It will be and an only WRITING CONTEST enters the County Page, next week, the ml..
of
j of the situation In spite of being dying of thirst. for the their money with Bradford County process liquidation second. week of Its five week duration spelled words will be shifted to fifteen r
ner of this week's $3 prize:: few until all the prop-
a years
bitterly disappointed over the According to an account In the with this Issue of the Tele- different ads on the same
Business Firms, even If, In some and County will
Patronizing of the City

R. A. Green, Impersonated by was about to sing, in rushed a fastidiously Bradford County Business rare Instances, they might pay be back on the tax rolls, and Instead Widespread Interest Is being I misspelled words In merchants'ad

a Member of the club, took an Im- clad gentleman, crying, Help to Relieve Tax Burdens In just a few pennies more on aweek's of one-fourth of the people It manifested throughout the entire i and reaches the merchant's ;y
burdens, as
of or a all the tax
Portant part In the proceedings. "A grave mistake has been made." Bradford County." Essay judges supply groceries paying county In this educational campaign place of business first, and shows ;

The "last respects" to the canal, He was attired in a ten gallon hat I are Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Dr. George month's supply of dry goods, or now stands, each and burdens.everyone I In the Interest of Home Business the merchant his misspelled word,*

taj part, follow: and flowing black tie. i H. Lowry and Supt. A. J. Griff Is. any of the great variety of quality will be paying the tax and Industry i will get an O. K. on the ad, which

"It Is our last sad duty to pay filial "The baby If not dead," cried: the : The subject for next week's essay merchandise that are offered by When not so few are paying, but I declared will give the holder tree admiselonto i
modern stores and shops Instead all the tax rate can The prize winning essay,
pay
of the the
Lex Green. "It Is announced In another part many the RITZ THEATRE.
respects to the only child of man impersonating owned and operated by be materially reduced by trading by the judging board to be the .. They say
?* of our sister cities (Ocala), was stunted by shocks In Washington paper and a large number of entries that are Bradford Business best one submitted during the first it Is great sport finding those misspelled -
Business concerns with County
Thi' Infant but I assure we'll bringit is expected. They must be Bradford County words and reaching the ;
was sired by Washington you I local citizensof and industrial concerns. If week entries, can be found In an-
who are loyal concerns
and damned by South Florida. back to life, and some day It will In our office by noon next Tuesday.Miss this well merchants first with them, especially -
home County, that Is this were done no one would "kick"If other column on page, aa
There was in this child bad blood bloom Into a beautiful waterway. Pearce'a essay follows: our when it means a free ticket j
raised of the lucky winner.
is name
enable the merchants of our the mlllage were even
from would
the start. Scott Loftln promised me that he I Patronizing Bradford County to the Rltx.
Infant It la said that the relieve tax fair County to double their volume: and then-.-with just a few more I The Telegraph wishes to request
to was prematurely born due would help nourish the child, and Business Firms helps to main- to more to the farmers for cents to the Individual tax-payer, that all essays be sent In to The Turn to the BUY IN BRAD-

Borne fright of a terrible hurricane. that casket there your own I burdens in Bradford County, I their pay produce, that they have tolled the schools-which are just as Important -I I Telegraph, office not later than 12 FORD COUNTY page, where wlU i
made by our
nve thought that he would not Cracker Boy from Starke had that" ly because the profits Firms, weary hours to bring Into as the merchants, could be o'clock, noon, next Tuesday, for be found a great array of ads of j
I Business many
but others thought that he sent from Washington Open It. Bradford County enterprises bearing a better wage to the assured of greater continuous sup- 'next week entries, as the many essays local business places, where real i

Would pull through and not amount When opened the casket was from their various Business ; pay employ-thus. In the port, the teachers could be paid expected to com in next values can be found every day In
to Coun- 'clerks they
Bradford
much found to contain little shovels and are spent la the clerks to livable salaries without Interruption week, will take considerable timeon the week. Hunt for the misspelledwords
enabling
back into circulation long run
WtaMWa* the favorite child In pails. ty and thereby put whereit home of their own, and with over Indefinite periods of time, the part of the judging committee and get s free passage right !

tI.84blngton., TV A. Lit- "Scott and I will start digging In Bradford County, buy fair a and decent wage, pay bill which would insure the employ- in selecting the prize winning Into the Ritz. Read editorial carefully -. ;

v ra WM knocked in the head; right now If someone will show us will benefit those who patronizethem a also. ment of only the best Instructors submission for the week.A at the conclusion of which j

&Mi little AAA WM killed by nine where to begin." the Let Imitator the most. The more money taxes promptly farmer who receives more to educate the children--the mer- lot of movie fans were elated will be found essay subject for this j

Old men said. there Is in local circulation In a The also his chants and Business people of to- after last week's issue of the Telegraph week s essay competition. It l Isn't <

t But there came a time when At the conclusion of the skit It community, or county, the more for his with produce less difficulty, can : the pay merchant morrow. Trade with Bradford came: out. over getting free hard to WIN cash essay prizes and, i
,re Is not there will be available for peopleto taxes for free tickets to the Rita, if try.
wa5 no and there was agreed that "The batty volume County Business establishments tickets to the Rita Theatre, you j
m larger
money !
getting
COUM and be the their taxes, besides that, the by word In each. The campaign: has three more /
pay
">o more operations to dead. It will live again 'of business certainly can pay his and save the difference In education finding a misspelled
lav dotes' tbabvu had become cma- pride of its parents-the entire nation. easier it will be for people to get ,taxes on all of bis taxable hold- and taxes.. of fifteen of the merchants ads< : no weeks to go after thin week.

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HIGHER AVERAGE!: PRICES
? / / T LEVEL BETHEL r r HIGHLAND GUM BRANCH RISING FOR SOME CROPS LIKELY 1 ford Perryman County T'. 'U"' ''/ t i '.- ; 8
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Lewis Correspondent approval -4d'
Of
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Cor. Miss ( "Irk .
h't' Mr. II. M Mrlliu. Corrmtponden Mrs. Ralph Oaln'O Correspondent jIUI...* M. E. Crews, CorrespondentF. Miss Elizabeth Harnace DURING NEXT SIX MONTHS aid for final dl*. h,,, ", "' '., .,i-.rt,: 1"
entate. <- ,
Mr. and Mri""s.-M. McKaa and Mrs John Jackson, of Jackson- This 22nd ?
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tfl Elder E. R. Bowers filled his regular Mrs. G W. Haired of Lake CityIs \M! Crews was a visitor to children of Pine Level, and Mr. E vllle spent Saturday night with GAINESVILLE Probable' maintenance ERSlr dad: I" InN,r." I' ,

4 appointment at Pine Level visiting her daughter Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Bowen and Mr. Jackson of Lakeland her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. of Improved consumer de- 7244tl I I'I"NOTIf'Fl ; 1.1\i","r,;

Church Sunday night. Ralph Gainey and family. and \Mrs.! R. E. Griffin were were the guests of J. A. Har Norman. mand for food products and other

:,t'' +t We are glad to report that Emmett We are sorry to report that Mrs. visitors to Green Cove Springs, nage and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Edwards of factors will be likely to cause :: -at

".. I" Lanler la improving after a F. R. Coleman Is on the sick list. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman are Crosby Lake spent Saturday night higher average prices for vegetables Notice III (hereb-i: ::, I'0as 0

; + brief Illness. We hope her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McCormick visiting relatives in Jacksonville with Mrs. Edwards' parents Mr. eggs dairy products fruits pal" to the underHllChPd IC'h..". 'ht"

'; CUM Fountain and sons, Leslie Mrs J. G. Gray and daughter and children of .Tampa returned to i Misses Helen and Dorothy Nor and Mrs. Walter Underhill and potatoes during the second debts ceased due and estate to .r F I.any II"" and
the >k-end Mrs. Nellie of St. Peters visit half of 1936 than were paid In the ants crehtnr. and t
I ,i'' and Curtis. spent wet Mistily, their home Saturday after a Friday and Saturdaywith Miss Ruth Lewis is spendingthis to present to. the, II
man spent '
at Farm Mrs. D. D. McCormlck's father latter part of 1935, says a state K. Perryman ('''UIt, 'norabr
L '11 y with relatives Penney burg were visiting here with Mrs. Misses Vesta and Odessa Mc- week with Mr. and Mrs. Russell claim. aealn.t Jadg. I
11- the
...f The many friends of Mrs J. D. Woodard<< and Mrs Ralph Galney F. M. Crews. Rae of Pine Level section.Mr. Carter> of Heilbronn Springs. ment from the Bureau of Agricultural mont hs, ". dec..a..d.. .aid ..tate.

i) "j Bowers were saddened by her last week Mrs. Gray remained for Mrs! George Wilkinson Is visiting and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Mrs. Ballos Edwards spent Economics to the State Agricultural lion of this from not date I... ,..r, rg,"hln., pub
rj death last Monday and wish to extend a longer visit. relatives Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Thursday with Mrs. Walter Under Extension Service. be barred by taw rho ""''nt
children were visiting
i'l' their sympathy to her family. Mrs. Harley Lee and children Miss Oleeta Green of Starke, Is P. D. Reddish, Sunday. bill. Farm cash Income for the second 1U.ftU ETFIEL I"".;":" \d'n,,
y Misses Helen arid Dorothy Norman Floyd and Eunice of Tampa are few here with her and Bu- half of 1933 will depend to a considerable
spending a days Norman Mrs. Grover Moore son
I t! 1I4 of Gum Branch spent the visiting E. E. Lee and R. L. Lee grandmother Mrs. H. C. Wimber- I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ancel ford. returned to their home In i extent on prospectivecrop NOT(( E -

.' t week-end here with their grandpa- for a few days. I I were visiting her brother Sunday Fort Myers recently after spending I yields. The statement show. The Board of County COB
rents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRa. Mr. and Mrs Willie Green of ly.Mrs.. Max Carter spent Tuesday who Is 111 In a Gainesville hosplta here with her ed that cash Income for farmersof loners: of Bradford
j and several days County. r
Mrs. J. Li. Underhill and Mrs. Boatdraln, were visiting Ralph with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw mother. Mrs. E. J. Lewis. I the nation for the first six Ida. will accept sealed bile tOl
: H. M. McRae spent Monday with Gainey and family last Sunday. A. Starling at Clay Hill. I children of the State Farm, were I I months of this year totalled $3,- roofing of the old p.rtlon
Bowers In Boatdraln Mrs. Emma Rivers and children. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Mrs. Paul Underhill and two County Court *
t: Miss Letlle The Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Knight 291.000.000 or $335,000.000 more House r'lInlng'
section. Mary and W. S.. and Mrs. Donnle'rlngle Bind children, of Maxville were Sunday. children spent Saturday night than that for the same period in repairing the gutter !and, '

) I*. L. Rushing and family of of Lawtey, were visiting visitors here Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and with her parents Mr. and Mrs 1935. For the first half of 1933 minor repair work In, "Rnet'o'

\ Gainesville were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs Ralph Galney Mon- and Mrs. Denver Godwin Ce- children of Pine Level section Raiford Alvarez of Pine Level. cash Income from marketings In therewith. Bids to iniuj, aU

;, 1 here recently. Jay. phas Godwin and M. T. Knight of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Wnesley Herseyand the United States was seventeen bor and materials to i 110' ,wed

Mr and Mrs. Llllls Dyal and little Mrs E. E. Lee and children were Maxvilla\ were visitors here Satur- j T. N. Norman, Sunday. two children of Jacksonville I I per cent higher than in the same Specifications may t be 'bta

daughter Betty were visitingat visiting Albert Grlffls last Sun- Mr .and Mrs. Tate Alvarez of spent Saturday night with Mr. and period of 1935, this gain being at- at the office of Clerk n_.> ."....

r ci 1 H. M. McRae's Saturday evening day.Mrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn of Rising were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hersey. I tributed to larger marketlngs ol f cult Court. "

i r i, i Ralph Galney and baby Lawtey attended church here Sun- Mrs.! II. L. Edwards, Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Elam Lewis and daughter,. fruits vegetables, grains and live:, To be considered all,|| billa n
\ Christine. were visiting Mrs. Z. Z. : and Mrs. Joe ingnama ana Agnes, of Gum Branch spent Sun- stocks.! be submitted to the Board.,
I Dot
Griffin, Sunday. day.C.. M. Griffin, E. Prescott Oleeta children, of Jacksonville were the day with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Total cash Income of J3.201.000,. ter than 10:00: ,>'clock A M

--. -- Green and Patty Wimberly were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor- Lewis 000 for the first six months of 1936 gust 10th.. A. D mis\ ;
I CHM visitors to Lawtey Saturday. man. Monday. Included $171,000,000 In AAA reserves th., rrgb, ,
Charles Norman 6, died at the Clay High School opened Mon- Miss Frances Hicks of Green day with Miss Lettle Bowers of ments the bureau said. pay reject any and all hoj;;,|_

.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brennan of I home of his grandparents Mr. and day in the new four room schoolhouse Cove Springs and Miss Ruby Harrison Starke. L. L. CONNER ,-harm] .

(C. Maxvllle are spending the week Mrs. Frank Morgan In Bradenton built near the home of Mrs. of Jacksonville were the Board of County i mmls.ilo;
i here with relatives.Mrs. \fter a brief Illness due to malaria Susan Wilkinson. Three schools guests of Miss Audrey Norman BROOKERMiss MRS. MARTHA VARNESMrs. of Bradford Coun H'' rid

Jennie Jones of Maxvllle fever Tuesday. July 28. The body( have been consolidated in this one r Monday. : Vera Galney> Correspondent> Martha Varnes. 69 a na- 7-24-31-8-7
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; r returned home Saturday: after arrived here Thursday for burial. school. Clay Hill Long Branch and I Mr. and M.-a. Zary Crawford and tive of Starke died on Thursday of

;, 11'' spending the past week here with I Funeral services were conducted Highland schools, buses transporting children of Rising section were Mrs. R. E. Jordan and son, of last week at the home of her

t Mrs J S. RanterJ Sunday at Dyal Cemetery at the the children from the different the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Felix Mobile Ala., are spending a while daughter :Mrs. Oscar Rye In Palutka -

F ( ''r .r Q. Roller!' and children grave with the Rev. S. W. Colson routes. Prof. Wade of Key- Sapp Sunday. here as guests of her brother T. after a short illness. The

nppnt Sunday at the State Farm officiating. Besides his grandpa- stone Heights Is principal and I W. Markey. body was brought here Friday for

L with her sister. Mrs. Charlie Wain rents he la survived by his parents Miss Annie Ree Adkins assistant BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mrs.\ W. A. Brown and children burial In Dedan Cemetery with the

i f wright. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Norman. principal. Miss Virginia Bryant and .i Cordelia and Junior spent Sundayat Rev. C. C. Crosby officiating.

4 I Mrs. Claude Johns of the State I Pallbearers were six young boys: Mrs John Wilkinson teachers. I Miss Effie Crawford, Cor. Jacksonville Beach. Cordelia is I She Is survived by her husband, '
,
Farm was visiting Mrs. R. S. Router James Harvey McCarthy H. G. This new school is a credit to the pending part of the week there Alfred Varnes; eight children, Marvin 0 441aJj;

; 4 Monday afternoon. Wainwright H. F Partnenter community In which built and Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder spent with friends and relatives. Warren, Dock Warren Bob i-11,16( : 'tfOT '
''a Mrs. Shlpman Sapp and baby "Kenneth Eugene Starling Clyde much credit and praise should be the week-end with her daughter Miss Mary Mott spent part of I Warren Freeman Varnes Smith

) spent Wednesday night with her Bradley and Marklee Starling. given Mr. Roy Fisher,' Supt. of Mrs. Jack Dixon at Lawtey. last week with friends In Lake Varnes Mrs. Maul Varnes Mrs. JEMI11 DLJACKS

j {If, mother Mrs. J. S. Roater.i Arrangements were In charge of Schools in Clay county for his effort Mrs. Bill Green and daughter Butler. Ray Goodge and Mrs. Oscar Rye V
Boree Funeral Home Freda of Olustee are spending a ;
-- -- ------- and work In getting this Among those from here who attended also one sister, Mrs. Lue Brown. ONVILLo
Mr. and
while with her
---- parents
through to completion. church services> at New Attendnlg the funeral from Pa-
i WIFE: WINS |
4 ; FIGHT CAKI OF THANKSWe Mrs. R. N. Crawford [ were Mr. and Mrs
--- - Hope Sunday latka were; T. S. Hudson, Joe Milliard .
', ,, ''i 1 TO GET BACK PER wlHh0 express our sincere MISSION HALL Mrs. R. N. Crawford has beenconfined B. F. Hazen, Mr. ,nd Mrs. E. M. Mrs. Jeff Parrish and Mrs. CHARLIE OINU.M..
thanks to our friends for to her bed for the past: ,
;lii; For forty p.*....pioutnt. Rod CroM Lut-. many Much valuable Biblical Infoma- Hazen and son, Aubry Mr. and Maud Moody. YOUR Udi.idu.l CMo<1 aid .na lrww
t l II.. TabloU hare brought now enercr to their faithful service and kindness two weeks her friends hope hera Mrs. G. W. Hazen and son Ivan li e Mhr ol gr.M import**. M d,,,M4
i I tired, bilious luKKUh. rundown p.opla.ut. during the Illness and at the deathof tlon was gained from the topic speedy recovery, Mrs R. E. Hazen Mrs. D. W. Ha- I Bl.-praol,|HMM.II|| (total locmd.,A,kI ,
S f.rln* from constipation.. Rtiur I. prompt God's Other Servants" as studiedat o dewe.kw JtclueiwilU. Ewrraoe.,
? our dear loving wife and mother. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey spent Disinfectants recommended for !
plnunt. non-h.blt-forming. non-upxttln. zen, Wilson Lewis and Mr. and : teb eed tliowtr loll h
till; Th. famous Red Craw mark We also thankful for the beautiful the meeting of the large Bible with Mr. and Mrs.\ around ede' run
I on the pack-' are last Thursday and use the poultry plant include reJle end .
.' Jf. { F Im Mrs H. P. Gainey daughter, cwkitf Ian( soar M.*
eve Only 2Ao. rroempl
iimrentM.
*.four Write Rod C...... RioiodlM. D.pt. floral offering. May God richly Class on Tuesday evening. Bibles R. N. Crawford.J. Vera. ] compound solution of cresol _r sate.. aed indedwl, ..dM Iw
,, T. J""ok.on"llla. Fie., mekr of Rod Crow'I bless each one, is our prayer.J. were present and such studies tendto A. Chesser was a business visItor I. H. Hazen of Raiford spent lysol, creoliu and other coal-tar All CONDITION
.... !
F
-o.Med. Rd
Orou Chill end Pmr
A ..4 Red 0...... Huh. for sunburn athl.Tank..'. D. BOWERS a deepening of the spiritual life to Jacksonville last week.A. last week-end here as guest of his products having a phenol coefficient COCKTAIL LOONOt COFFEE SMr
a i ''.:Y! teot and uuMular P..... And Children. of those attending.A J. Chesser. Luther Chism parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha- above five. Rtm-Swtl wife P.wm Bd,_
''t duet rendered entitled GalsOther Mrs. Bert Chlsm and Roy How I 71 ROOM $700 SCRMmKM
... Servants," was beautifully visiting ftOTICH: I 40 Ream $300 14 Ram flu o
zen.Church
ard of St. George Ga., were
t: :i ;; fr; BOREE FUNERAL HOME expressive of the sorrow affliction bedside of their sister services were held at the filed Notice IB final hereby given that I have I 1O Si p4 ROOM M* M..5.* 1400
the Baptist Church here last Sundayby my report as Executor of 1 t .. f.a.s. I..d.M..aa ,, .
:' I L, and loss that the Father must use the Emote of Louvenla V. Dowllng
It Full line of Caskets Si Undertakers Supplies Mrs. R. N. Crawford last week.
deceased ,,, ,
of LaCrosse. that _
: Rev. Norris ; I have filed by petT- Qii.i I t 170X0 $ t
if br< AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY when the call of His servants the Mrs. J. Roy Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. C. A. Crosby and daughter, lion for final discharge and that MOTH PATOIS $01110(101
AND NIGHT ministers are not heeded by His Clyde Starling were visiting Bud on the firth day of August 193&, I r... <... .r 0.
\, Evelyn, attended church services will apply to the Honorable E. 1C '
}; 53 PHONE 53 children. dy Starling Sunday afternoon. .
f at Antioch last Sunday.HAMPTON
,, '" G. II. BENNETT Mr. The First Chapter of Acts will Mrs. Fisher Gasklns spent the ... .

:'ll" l "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" be the basis of the study next week-end In St. Augustine. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
.;>: I evening.
Tuesday
;. Mrs. J. J. Rldgnn, Mrs. Lacy Rld-

gon and children were visiting Mrs MI... Ailn Imntt. "on..p..1 Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render(

R. N. Crawford. Friday afternoon. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet of Evergreen :Mrs. Bishop Suirency, of Haw- MODERATE PRICES
I icrne, pnd daughters, were> the
Mr. and Mrs. Derm of DeWITT
I Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. g1<'(".t* r r Mrs. Snrrency's' mother C. JONES
REDUCTIONSEVERYTHING Ward Starke Florida
S. Rosier. Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Anna recently.Mrs.
J. P. Sullivan left this week
I l? t for Miami where she will visit her .

SUNNY BROOK FARM son M. Z Sullivan I

lUr. O. E. Crosby Correspondent> Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux. ,
MARKED DOWN !and Mrs J. F. Johnson spent last I for Expert Repairing

1 11 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.! Leo

All Reductions Will Remain As Long As Your Patronage War- Starke spent the week-end with Wiggins at Raiford.
her mother Mrs. Beulah Kelly :, Revival services will begin at

rants. Let Us Show You these Values. here.Miss the First Baptist Church of Hamp- Smith's
tl. I Ir Elva Carroll of Lake Butler ton Septemeber 11 at 8 p. m. Garage

spent the week-end with Miss The chicken supper given by the'I ,.
'g OUR NEW POLICY Nets Kelly. ladles of the Christian Church last

Mrs. O. E. Crosby and small Saturday evening was very suc Phone 120 '
r Good New: We have iliH-ldnd to ahare our profits with our ru..t_..... In the pant our profit hM son Sherman, spent the week-end cessful. The nice sum which was

i been based on various. percentages, on different> Itenw of goodn. In the future our policy will be with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. realized will be used for church Wrecker Service
L. ;Johns at New River.W. benefits. Day or NightKALCITE
1 t y n l to mark all !food. up at the aum low pr cent, giving our customers the benefit"' of any good buys R. Halslop enjoyed a sur- J. R. Blount was transacting

i{ we make In the merrhandlite market.> We aren't greedy. Come share our profits with u.... prise birthday dinner at the homeof business In Palatka this week. Mr.
his son-in-law and daughter Mr. Blount la foreman of the stave

:1 and Mrs. Sim Kelly here Sunday. mill here, and will have It In opera

+ THIS IS NO SALE Bud and Chester Moody of Long tion within a few days

Bridge were visiting here Sunday.Mr. Lls4
4. 4p" and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and CARD OF THANKS
children spent Friday with her We wish to thank our friendsfor

brother-In-law and sister Mr. and the beautiful flowers and oth

Mrs. A. H. Johns of Starke. er expressions of sympathy. We
?{ SANFORIZED SUMMER BEST GRADE $16.50
I ) SHIRTS I Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine especially thank the boys from the
BLUE SERGESUITS Level spent Thursday with her machine shop and from the Homer

r' I ? PANTS aunt \Mrs.! O. E. Crosby. boat at Palatka.
; Ntnrehless Collai'll Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brown and ALFRED VARNES.

I children of Plant City were visiting And Family. A Potash Calcium Mixture
$1.25 Value $1.04 $1.15 to go at .98c Mrs. Henry Brown and Mr. .

and Mrs. Sim here this week NOTICE
Kelly
16 Ounce Weight \,
$1.50 to go at .$1.37 end.Mr. There wilt be a working at the .

F $1.95togoat.$1.69 Go At $15.18 and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Evergreen Cemetery Friday, August
."i1,
I FELT HAT visitors at Foster 14. Those who attend
t s si baby were Camp can Sweeten Your Soil Now ,
i"d' Sunday afternoon. come prepared to spend the day. d
r
i PILOT .
i, BEST GRADE OTISPINCHECKS 4 Later
', $1.25 Value .98c NOTICENotice for Sweeter Profits

WORK SHOES (

,' IB rlfl given that the following deecrlbed lands, or ao t. KAL-CITE sweeten end tOl'l'-vp }I
2.73 Value for Only much thereof ae be neceeeary to pay the amount due for taxes of
19.IK:! herein set opposite to the same together with cost of such ale the for money' !
w son1.
ETCHISON $2.21 and .dv.rtllllne, will be sold at public auction on Monday the 7th day your paving way
$1.37 of September, A. D. 183., at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Court of strawberries vegetables and i iq 1
the"County" Bradford."in "ihi"clty"ofStaVkeV crops
Hou.
door State cf
Florida. soil con d''"Ion." F FJ
FELT HAT LADIES' $1.86 ; citrus. This proved
MEN.S HOMO KONG
the ground "
should be applied now while

i (Beat Grade) WHITE SHOES Deavrletlea. ...... T R A Owner ..Toes c:...... is' being prepared for planting. a'
; PAN T S SE% of NKV eV KV4\( of
8KV4 -_______ .r-------u t 19 120 H. S. HaienMr -__________ 4S44
$3.50Value _.$2.67 e.) of NH of NKV4, ______10 7 It lit' *. Isabelle Holding13.63 base of hardwood< I
; $1.89 SKVJ of NKH' ____________13 7 It 40 M. P. Matheny -____? IS.83IS.S3 COPPERKALCITEFOR KAL-CITE t has, a
f ii $1.43 I NKVt A In SB being Cor of NWH*of 8 shot but pound for pound costs you fat'. ;
IWA r ,
by It A K & HEVi less becaus. KAL-CITE contains twc'l
d r I JOIN B. WILSON BROS. 1714' A A EH of
; \N"'S SHIRTS S: $'L.00( ValueSHIRT! aWL, of NE>4E' -. ------H 6 20 185 :J. U. Johns ____??__? CITRUS I TREES Its potash and twice the calcium, p'u' J Jth
Nwv, & W14 otSsvy
of NKV 14 6 20 100 O. K. Crosby ___.__.___ '.U elements I known to be essential i
STETSON Noe 1 Fritrl' Block 2NewIiv.r KACITi< ; with copper t
S H 0 R T S ._ ___ -.__-____ 83-24 6 20 Ella Whitehead ______ i.at .ulphile added 0 for soil vigor. So sweeten your soil now
Lot. 1, 3 Blk 13, NewRiver J
d+ Columbia !Shape") ___ ____ZS-J4 5 20 Ella Whitehead _______ 2.03 mperlor remedy .f e remmonUHon with KAL-CITE for better cropS .n
P, ( Per Garment FOR ONLY FSv of NIW of Let 1 &: NK>4 dlebeck iisur
of H>i of lot 1 ______31 6 20 ao 10. :Johnson __ ._ '.U end rencbtnf el crane tweeter profits. Local stocks '
$7.50 Value $6.33 33c $1.76 Nik' of L.ot1hNayof84.- ? ".". Alw veqdi.ble is namffactured
of loOt S -- _____-11 I 20 80 Ff. S.' Haxen 31 !94 prompt delivery. KAL-CITE
---------- toll
tM
t Stt of Lot 11 _-_________. Jl I 20 10 R. E. U Green ,___ 7.17 capperlplit f the fa""*"
? of
? ( Vr I \V\ of NWI4' of NVVV1 4NWV1 "" I. lodlco'.... by the makers
of 8W14 of NWfe31au \ 6 20 30 I. O. :Johnson _____ '13
r of NB NW4 of NWW\ ---------- S 1 20 to W. R. Hodge _______?__ 1.17
NKVi Of NWi( -- 5 1 20 40 K. E. U Green _____ 7.17 ID
J. M. ALVAREZ STORE A ( oisw* EAL1II I
of 8nwtB .___ .___h_____ I 7 20 2 U O. Hai a ______.___ 4 11
NFL. of NWW W% of
NW,,. SKU of NW\4a. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Jacksonville. Florid
COmp
ex about 3 A E of publlu nYI
f road NRv. of SW\Io) ext
THE DEPENDABLE STORE A In 8R Oor: ______._. I 7 :JO 19$ Mrs. Alma Shaw _.__u 15."

'f' No Credit No Further Reductions Com of RWH at NK A run Oor W of SIO 8Wit ft. CARL JOHNS Selling Agent j
,
8 1:10: ft. E210ft.N fit
'Slit ft to be -J A 1 7 20 0 H. A. Brown-------- t." t
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More Electricity the right kind of civic: pride and community Interest Is possessed by. and la "
constantly put Into collective effort and action by the people of a town or community, or
county It can overcome any species of local economic peril or depression known. CANOVA PHARMACY Starke
OF STARKE
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any town or county where this same spirit Is manifested as a dynamic pulsating, collective -
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But, all constructive achievement Is based on and carried through by practical, work. Drug Toiletries Prescription
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"WEAK CLEAN CLOTHES" ns commerce and industry in any city regardless of how large or how small Is the Our Excellent Fountain Service I I. .a real aid to summer
paramount economic factor, upon which hinges the general economic stability of that Comfort.
Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry city or county, to such an extent, that the many benefits that will come back to every "'",. acne! Southern Dairies ice Crenm. All Flavors
one In the community through and by a vigilant, consistent and continuous policy of
"patronizing home Industry first." that it should never be overlooked by a civic mind-
Thanks to the of
Still Crow Ing- Loyal Patronage a
ed, public spirited people of any town.
Following of Satisfied Patrons of Bradford Co.
ALEXANDER
& COMPANY
Urge Especially town that thinks that It Is constantly struggling with unsolvable econo-
WE IMPROVE: YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE mic problems. i
Try to fill a container that has a hole In the bottom. If the hole Is large enough, It Dry O"CK'Ut'CUlyt.arO..nl'fI< Furnishings'
Drape, Special Attention Given Ladles' DressesA
gut """ can't be done, for the simple reason that the leak is too great. The same principle applies a
Home Industry For Bradford County People to building a community with so many community leaks existing, and everyone Dealer for the famous SI-KN-TIFF1CK !Shorn' for {YotncnGORJUS A

t'1 that trades outside, without at least seeing first, if It can be bought In the home own hosiery for Women-Friendly Five Shoes'
or county, helps to make this community leak a little larger, and the job of building up +b'
SISTRUNK'S our town a little harder and the consequent loss to all of us, a little bit greater. for Men-Complete line of Durable Work Clothes
Besides the loss to the community by an indifferent practice of trading outside, Is a Trade at ALEXANDER'S and "sate the difference I t tt
loss, nine times out of ten that cannot be retrieved, either by the Individual or the city, ,4
FEED AND SEED STORESTARKESEED ;
or county.
WITII A GROWING REPUTATION The only way It can be remedied Is by reversal of such a destructive practice and the BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY 4 1*
+ diversion of this flow of out-going business and good home town resources back Into
Chwker Board Chow Feeds-A feed for every need
.home channels. k'I'
THE CHOICE OF RURAL AMERICA A strict adherence to the sound principles of patronizing home Industry and com- STUMP'S, Starke
merce as an aid and stimulus to building our town, will bear fruit that will be evident
| Fancy and Staple Groceries-At Money Saving Price ----- and felt and enjoyed by all of us, as we see our home town and county grow and pros DRV GOODS-LADIES': KEADV.TO-WE4K r
"Get the Slstnink Habit-It Is a Thrift Habit" per It is found to be a panacea and a great source of joy and pride as well as economically '
COMMUNITY: INTEREST Mioe for the Entire Family-Men's Wear ,
profitable to all of us
BIG dividends
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JI JrF, STAKIOL FLORID. FRIDAY. '*t ... .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!:: :1T ,
i .. PAGE Forn .. ___ _,. ,. '.' _-.r .r' r --- _-- I ,. I 1934\> \
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/ III ---- -------- -' ---------- -------- row Cbancey, Gainesville, and Harry Mr. and =
,I. '! Miss Moore Becomes BrideOf I and green color motif was carriedout FAIR CROWDAT Mrs Jot Hr. *
,1 Kersey. Jacksonville. children, 11M
Billy "J .
in detail The first slice of ana H..I"I\
Mr. RaymondIn FIGHT The management announces that Ky.. who have .\ i "\""*
cake wall cut by the bride after been i,. ,
m : Pretty Home Ceremony which the guests were served ice efforts are being made to have Mr. Prather's par"nl, \.V18))hng

I : cream and cake.Immediately FORSYTH BATTLES HIS fans installed by Monday night. Mrs. W. C. Prather, ., and

: SocietvA Leonard Vincent Moore following the reception MAN TO DRAW The bouts begin at 8:30: o'clock. this week for Dan' ,III(ll !\'h"1'Iidaof '" \'

xnnouncesthe left :MONDAYA where they will ,
: l'f\ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond VM-) r.lnuvebp., ,,
\ '{ marriage of his daughter destina- WILBUR MJLLIPS KILLED fore returning to !:
their thr
'i for a wedding trip
I'' !jl.\: \_ J Ethel Susanto fair sized crowd of fight fans horn Tort
tion being kept a secret. Upon returning Wilbur Phillips!, former resident! were accompanied by Min,
try 4I Vasco Forsyth battle Harry Hd.
Miss VV. M. U. Circle: Meetings 1. they will make their home saw of Starke and brother of Ed Phil Prather who will visit,, 7h, '
Matthews And
;t d :Mrs. I Garrett Paul Raymondon Kersey, of Jacksonville, to a drawIn month. On ,. ,. '
lips, was killed Tuesday in Lake
: In Starke. .eturnlngollS"
Mrs. Searing Held Monday the second of the six-round main bout at the Prath
lUiddleton Honor : day August
t .0 I Out-of-town guests were: Mrs. City when a sanitary truck in er will enter St Luk..
;, And Mrs. Green With Party Circle Number One of the Wo- nineteen hundred and thirty-six. O. P. Raymond and son Eddie, of American Legion Hall Monday and which be and another man were In Jacksonville 11II a tUdent H"spI41 I I
Marked with beauty and simplicity night. Forsyth! opened fact
man'a! :Mlsatonary Union of the and Mrs R. W. struck train nul't
Hampton, Mr. riding was by a at a
Complimenting/ Mrs. Earl Searing was the ceremony in which furious and took the lead in the -
Baptist Church was entertained W. T. Shiver, -
and Mrs.
Mr. grade crossing.
a4 recent bride, and Mrs. R. A. of Lang rounds. Kersey, starting
a Monday afternoon by Mra. W. H. Ethel Susan Moore, daughter Moore, all early
and Mr. and Mra. Jerry Funeral services were held
i vii Green, wife of Congressman Green Perkins and Mra. J. H. Lord at the Leonard Vincent Moore and the of Jacksonville. slow, began' to warm up late in the Thursday morning In Lake REAL

who la spending the summer here, home of Mra.! Lord. The devotional late Mllindb Batten Moore, became second and finished strong to hold City
and were attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E L Matthews and Miss was led by Mrs. L. G. Powell, the bride of Garrett Paul Mrs. Dobrow EntertainsWith Forsyth to a draw. One Judge Ed Phillips and other relatives

ti Madge Middleton were joint hostesses leader of the circle, after which the Raymond, eon of Mrs. G. P. Ray- gave the fight to Forsyth while from here. ESTATE

Wednesday morning at a regular order of business was con- mand and the late Rev. G. P. Raymond LuncheonAt two called it even. IF YOU

lovely brdlge party, at the home ducted. During the social hour at five o'clock Sunday aft Kingsley LakeA In the semi-final Red (Country) WANT TO

1 of Miss Middleton. delicious refreshments! of punch ernoon, August. 2, at the home of Nail of Gainesville, knocked out Miss Lee Ellen Raymond who BUY SELL on RENT

Three tables for bridge were and cake were served the ten members the bride's father. delightful affair of the past Jack Smith, of Jacksonville in the has spent several weeks here with SEE uS-
d the sun parlor, which of week waa the H'ncheon, given by the Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price
I placed on present The Rev. C. B. Price, pastor second round. Nail came from his returned -
1' ,.f was attractively decorated for the the First Baptist Church performed Mra.! William Dobrow, laat Friday, corner at the opening bell showing to her home in Coral Ga- WILSONREALTY .
Circle Number Two of which of
at the Lake cottage '
Kingsley
occaalod with astern, roses, and bles Sunday. She was
the Impressive ring ceremony short of accompanied -
that
W. B. Alexander la the leader, I Jacobs plainly nothing a
Mra.! and Mrs. B. -
her parents, Mr.
I .+ quantities of other seasonal cut surrounded! by a bower of pink radiance knockout would satisfy him. Smith home by Gloria and Helen I CORP
met at the home of Mra. L. A. ,
ti { flowers In pastel shades. Rennolda. Mra. Alexander led the I roses, gladioli, and plumosa fought gamely, but was no match Price, who will visit there for sev-i
f ,, Mra. George E. Manassa received fern. Tall floor baskets holding At one o'clock the hostess served -|I for his oppnent's dynamite. eral weeks.
business
devotional and a brief session
high prize, a hora d' oeuvres tray. conclusionof gladioli in delicate shades! of pink her guests luncheon at Individual Probably the most entertaining
followed. At the
'4 Mra. Searing and Mra. Green each were placed at Intervals in the tables! placed on the screened
social bout of the evening was! the four- grace distinctive flowerscherry
the business meeting a
'
: waa presented a set of Individual room. porch of the lakeside home, four I
between two
which the round preliminary
baking dishes as a memento of the hour was enjoyed, during guests being seated at each table at herschel
hostesa served a tempting refresh- The bride approached the altar hitch-hikers who offered to put on
ri occasion. ment course to the members pres with her father, by whom she waa During the afternoon several pro a show for just what the spectators ja.tkaon\llUe
The hostesses served their guests gressions of bunco were enjoyed.Mrs. .
y given in marriage. She had as would toss into the ring after the phone 7-2129
refreshments at the con- W. holder of
H. Hart high
dainty
ent.The
: her only attendant her later. Miss fight. They both weighed around smart renter
elusion of the progressions. Young Matron's! Circle Mrs. score in bunco, was awarded a pieces unusual eorxagnflowers (
Moore, as maid-of-honor. Mr. after slow first
Amy 100 pounds and a ,
B. W. Hayes, leader, was entertained holders for gifts
of candle as
; I'1 pretty pair
The hono-
were
Flaying bridge :
W.
Raymond had aa his best man, round they got down to business -
t rees!, Mrs. Green and Mrs. Searing, Monday evening at Lake.theHayes' T. Shiver, of Jacksonville. first prize. Miss Mina Manassa and kept the fans on their feet --"'
Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. William cottage on Kingsley received a set of novel china orna-
Preceding the entrance of the from then on. The verdict was a
As soon as all of the members had ments, aa holder of second high
t 1 f Dobrow, Mrs! George E. Manaasa bridal party John H. Powell sang draw. :NECTAR Fancy Blue Rose
': i Mrs! H. B. McLendon, Mra. C. A. arrived an appetizing picnic sup- "O Promise Me" (DeKoven). score. In the opening bout Speedy
Knight, Mrs R. J. Davis, and Mra. per was served to the sixteen mem Playing bunco were: Mrs. 'V. Orange Pekoe, :Mixed
Miss Amy Moore, maid-of-honor, Geiger, of Starke, put the sleeping
J. P. Burns, of Atlanta, Ga., Miss bers and three guests present. Following H. Hart, :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,
t yt. Mrs. Earl Sear- was! gowned In a smart pink crepe powder Kid Graham in the third India Ceylon D
the supper Jr., Mrs. George Manaasa, Mrs. E.
is MIna Mane sa, and Miss Isabel or FormosaTEA RICEWhole I E
dress with which she wore round.
T 'k Monteith, of Phoenixville Pa. Ing and Mrs E. W. Hayes, Jr., two a L. Matthews, Mrs. R. F. Demo est,
shoulder of radiance Next Monday night Forsyth will
recent bride. were showered with corsage pink Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Earl Sear-
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useful and dainty gifts, roses mingled with fern. box Jimmie DeWilt of Jacksonville.
many Ing, Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, Mrs.H. r
Mr. and Mra. T. K. McClane and The bride chose for her wedding DeWitt has victories over Harry
I 1 which came to them as a complete M. Richard, Mrs. C. H. Nas- Grain
email. son! have recently moved surprise from the members of the costume a crepe gown of a delicate worthy Mrs B. Jacobs, Mrs. Eli- Kersey, Red Nail and others to Ista1ey9xts

here from Gainesville and have circle. The business meeting followed shade of pink, fashioned on zabeth Meadle, Miss MIna Manas his credit and says he plans to add '< Ib pkg. 15c __ 5 Lbs. 25c
taken an apartment with Mrs. Eva and the devotional was led simple lines and worn with blue Forsyth to his list of victims. The Y-EREECONOMVRULES
sa, Miss Madge Middleton, Miss\
Fernandez. Mr. McClane Is county accessories. Her flowers! were a eeml-flnal will be between Woodrhcrfc -
by the former leader, Mrs. Ethel M. Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Miriam Jacobs -
have
farm here. as
agent They shoulder of talisman
Biggs. The remainder of the evening corsage roses
Miss Canova, and Mrs.
j i their guest this week Miss Ella Mary ..
and lilies of the valley "
a was spent in swimmingHos
J. P. Burns of Atlanta Ga.
1+ Faye Price of Gainesville. tenses were: Mrs. W C. Manning Mrs. G. P. Raymond, mother of --. I FINEST PUKE CREAMERY

..d ... '.. Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. R. A. New- (he groom selected for the occasion ;::, i Malaria
-' BUTTER Tub Print Lb.
!"4IiJr-- .. dress with GETS $5 FOR ...., .M_ or 39c
IEti 4 "' some, Mrs C. A. Knight, and Miss a grey crepe accessories ._ baf. 1-3 .
1 Wilma Alexander in a matching shade of BEING ON JOB wta dAr.VV 'SANDWICH SPREAD 8-oz. jar 12c

RITZ THEATRE --. grey. A shoulder! corsage of pink V COLDS
roses completed her costume. EMPLOYEE ARMOUR'S: STAR or WILSON'S CERTIFIED
GARAGE SUR-
''t STARKE On Vacation Trip The bride Is a life-long residentof PRISED AT'UNEXPECT.ED LielVID SALn- .TABLETS NOSE Hudarkes.first day SO POTTED MEAT No. 1-4 Can 5c

Starke. She la of .'.
a graduate
Duo MinutesTry
The Rev. and Mia. C. B. Price PRESENT
PROGRAMBEGWNTNG Bradford High .school and Is an ac- MUSTARD Rajah 9-oz. Jar lOc
+ left this! week for a vacation trip. ""Uub-M7-Ti.-Worid'* Heat
tive member of the Starke Wood- Robert Green, employee of the Liniment .
FRIDAY They will visit In New York City, -- -
a Niagara Falls and the New Eng man Circle. Through her pleasing Register Motor Company, got the GELATIN DESSERT-ICE CREAM! DESSERT PUDDING
personality she has a wide circle surprise of his life the other day.A .
land States. En route home they
,1 Tllt'RS.-FRL, AUU. 6-7 of friends who wish her much drove to and oil.
4 i will spend several days at Ridge- happiness car up get gas WANTEDCAREFUL SPARKLE 4 Pkgs. 19c
WhUe he was checking the oil he
"Return of crest, North Carolina, where they
Mr. of Mrs. noticed the fan belt the
Raymond.ls the lion worn on DRIVERSTo
will attend the annual Bible school,
Valentine"Roger O. P. Raymond, who Is now making car and asked the driver to buy a
Jimmy which la being conducted there. Save 20% On Their ANN PAGE-DELlCIOUSt PURE FRUIT
her home In Hampton and of new one.

Pryor ; I the late Rev. G. P. Raymond, who Just when he thought he had Automobile Insurance
Miss Lillian Sternberg, who has! PRESERVES 16-oz.Jar 15c
Charlotte 1It'l1rySATURDAY. been visiting in New York City for for many years prior to his recent sold a new belt">the driver said, Convenient Premium

the past month returned here Sun- death was pastor of the First! Bap- "Congratulations_ I'm a MysteryMan. Payments Too.

:l AUG.8 day. Miss Sternberg plans to return tist Church of Starke. He also attended You win a ,$5 bill.' OLD RELIABLE STOCK COLD STREAM

., to New York In two weeks.NO.rt.t Bradford High school here. A well-known rubber company COMPANY
PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc
; "Border Patrolman"Geo. Following the ceremony an Informal has a whole squad of "Mystery Automobile -Fire-LifeWILSON

Geo. O'Brien : OF ELECTIoN! reception was held for the Cars" traveling through the coun- REALTYSTARKE IONA-TENDER GARDEN

Ktarke I, W.Fl.E..., by Mlddleton.virtue of the mayor author.of bridal party and wedding guests, try with bad fan belts on their cars. PEAS No. 2 Can lOc

Y l\\ ity vcHted In ma by law : hereby who consisted only of the Imme- The drivers of these cars stop at DEL lUONTE-FANCY
r SUN.-MON., At'G. 9-10 held toth..11
lI call an election to be city
; i diate family. fan belt dealers! along the way.
In the AforHal) town by the SPINACH 2 No. 2 Cans 23c
I "TOP HAT" qualified voters on Tuesday, September Centering the bride's table, These are known aa Mystery Cars
? 8th. 11136, for the of IONA BRAND-PREPARED
i purpose which waa beautifully laid with a because no one knows! who these 1111llaf
x'' Ginger Roger electingthe One following officers: handsome lace cloth waa the three- men are or where they are travel- SPAGHETTI Per Can 5c

iii Fred A8talreTUES..WED. eem.r.rrmen.One tiered wedding cake of solid white
Clerk, Treasurer Tax assessor ing.Every
N 1'a i and tax collector confection topped with a miniature dealer who notices! the

., AUG. 11-12 I One Mamhall.Innpootorii vt.Raid election: F. A. bride and groom and flanked by worn out fan belt on a Mystery Car

Scott, R. A. NewHum, A W Anderson sliver candelabra holding pink ta- when he drives up and tries to sell llrnaaasy tall ftwrM, FANCY GREENSTRINGLESS

er "The Ghost Goes pers. An arrangement of roses, the driver a new belt gets! a newS Ilattslased. Mw.a ... stet
I In whereof I hereunto
testimony lOc
i y subscribe my name and cause the gladioli, and plumosa fern further $: bill. Robert got the five spot Mnlastu t/sr Ie Ooatllatlsta, BEANS Lb.

....*!U. West" I seal.. of. ,the said town to be hereuntoaffixed added charm to the table. A pink and his picture taken to boot. I FIRM IfEAD-COLORADG
thin the 6th clay or AugustA
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Rep. Lake' Mr and Mr W C '
Boswell.
Butler was a 'professional visitor I Ocala, were weekuti of Miss! Genevieve BICTOTI., of Palm' :Mr Sam +Aadeinnn, has returned Miss Beatrice Mnneley returned' 1he... in held t.i rmer should be t; +' f
t:4Id:: of Mr
here Saturday.Mr. guests I 1'ay. who is atteni'mic''! summer 10 her MI, me h- n. after a threeweeks "m. Satuniav after a several' ,
I and Mrs. Eugene Matthews/ iTinHink plans tin providing plenty
LOCHpEhIW I Ht ohool at the Universes ot Florida vr It in Rime Ga with her t'l-ekx visit in Wlldwond with heruncle .
Kingsley Lake. f fci'-l f.r thi-m the feedL
I lUg and Mrs. A. H. Hall had as I .vas a week-end guest ".t Miss Ruth parent Mr and :Mm, ,1 I F Burton uixl aunt Mr anti Mrs L.. W .
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son ? I Sternberg. at Kingslry Lake She was accompanied home by her StiUkland.CATTLEMEN. l' : period," Mi .ties < ,rf
their
Jay guests Sunday Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn ---- sister MIl'' Martha Ann Burton I .___ Th districtK! < it K, ..I i th.1at.\
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Jackson of Jcaksonville.
ah,, and Mrs. and children, of Clermont spent Andy Llpscomb of Bessemer' who will visit here for a while. : fKGKIt TO tie exhlbtleU hi the 1936 .1.1..w were

01>. visiting in Sunday with Mrs. Flynn's) mother Ala., Is the guest' of Ben Sternberg ----- -----. SELECT ANIM \LS NOW it distinctly higher grade, as a
Dry' Ian I1obI' *"e editor William of Duncan the Is now assistant! Mrs. Emma Canova.Mr. : .it Kingsley Lake. Mr. Upscomb' i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prather, and FOIL 1931: STOCK SHOW whole, than those exhibited In

len ].5Inl'llI.) rllesday__ Duval writers project in Is a cadet at West Point Military children. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Prather l)3t! and that the cattle! shown In
County. I and Mrs. \V. Wainwright I 1937 are expected" to be of even
Academy.
Kincaid left Mon- I Miss Helen Prather. and Miss GAINESVILLE Cattlemen
Dew \,and children of Jacksonville were higher grade than those of 193A.
lbNI rs. lea visit in -- -- Elizabeth Williams spent Thursday planning to exhibit stock In the
weeks' Mrs. W. B. Alexander and L. week-end '
//uI) rl1fee guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. M. D Carter, of':, afternoon at Jacksonville Florida" Fat Stock Show In Jacksonville -

p ------- Jacksonville.B. Alexander spent Monday in N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Lawtey, Mrs. Effle Johns, and Beach. Sunday, they visited Daytona in March 1937 should be

- and Miss Hll- :Mrs. Morris Carter spent Sunday Beach. selecting their show' animala now,
Hope Haynes Mrs. Hazel Craft returned' Sunday I In Hawthorne with W. T. Nettles, district
their niece says
at Camp | ---- agent. C. A. CARVER
DUJdeD were visitors Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth to her home in Avon Park Mrs. J. W. Webb' They also visited I Mrs. 1'':. S. Matthews, Mr. and with the State Agrlculural Exen- \

ler. sunday was a visitor In Jacksonville Tues' I after a visit here with her' mother. In Gainesville Sunday afternoon j Mra R. O. Daniel and Russell ..1<>Service\ and general chairman JEWELER !
Mrs. Miriam ;
day. Klckllter. "of the event'Show
Daniels returned Monday from a "
Eva
and Mrs. i ,
,, Fields! Mr. and Mrs. George C. White visit In Louisiana sad Texas. with animals .should be selectednow
B ipent Monday In Jackson- Mrs W. S. Stroman is In Talla- Little Miss! Marjorie Davis is in Frances White and G.V.. Alder relatives.' Mr. and Mrs. Daniels and preparations should. be WATCH: (LOCK AND ,(i

hassee visiting her niece, Mrs. Jacksonville visiting her uncle and man returned Sunday evening to left Tuesday for their home In made for keeping them In good (1KNERAL REPAIRING !
r Thomas King. aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum Tallahassee after a visit here with 'I Sarasota. ..hllJ'f': and for feeding them. Anl-

G Shaw of Jacksonville and little daughter Joan. relatives. inn\ to be exhibited should be kept All Work Guaranteed s .,I
II'the R week-end here wirh. herd Mrs.. Lloyd L. King of Orlando -- Mrs. L. S Hutto leave" ,today) on good pasture and Inspected rrgulnrly j

'lunlus M Smith. and Mrs Robert Caaon of Melrose 1\2rs. F. W. Varnadce, c.f. Savannah Mrs. C. E. Harper of Hampton I I Friday for a visit in N..rthUHf for any Injuries or other IN GREEN nt"UJNU
r. -- were guests Saturday of Mrs. J. T. Ga., Is the guest of her was the guest Wednesday at the I South Carolina with relatives.! I'> ube; i hat might befall them. In 8TAKKK KI.OU1OA s
), Sapp spent thekend Quigley.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Woodman Circle memt rs. m.ty pay order to have them In good well-
home of
Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dur-
their dues either Mis. A. H. Hall
JS Smith to > fed: physical condition when the
with Miss! Mary Lucile den. Miss Hilda Durden' and Mrs..1 1 1b '
or Miss Edna Hutto. during thr ..d,
0. ---
and Mrs. J. B. Bell
Kingsley Lake of Cole- Harper, were visitors in JaCkSOn-
al absence of the \
e. Dr. M. L. Jones, secif..ry.
man, returned home Sunday aftera druggist of vile Wednesday.Mrs. .

,,. Mrs A. F. Sauls and visit here with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jacksonville, Is employed at Mitchell's Out of 1,000 male morons, there ,
and Drug Store this 7 1
U Hutto. week duringthe will be 705 survivors at the end often ;
Sunday
spent .
I William
Snyder : Dobrow and chile
Louis absence of D. P.
Carpenter. '
+ Lake 1 i3t)> with relatives. dren, of Fort Meade, who have years, according to Dr. Nell TIP TOP GROCERY
Woodman Circle will hold Its .
1\21sll'Mlrlam been here for several' weeks visitIng A. Dayton\ of Musachulletts.I
Jacobs
,
and Miss
regular meeting
Tuesday
and Mrs Herbert C. Ritch eveningat Hackel her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Sylvia of
-jr Jacksonville
I for a visit inIjcte.ter the Hall. All members are urged Jacobs C. II. NAN11Iltilt', Iwner and
Saturday will return to their home j I I Igwratee fW
leave of
J to be present. spent Thursday this week here
Ky. with relatives. I with Miss Jacobs' parents, Mr. and Sunday. I II II I :1 )'
I DOYLE E.CARLTON FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
Miss Lois has secured I Mrs. B. Jacobs. I ----- :
Long !
a
r : .
Edwards return- Mrs Albert Newman, who wasformerly
.1111, Josephine position with the State Board of I
Miss Louise Kite left : PRICES AUGUST 7-8
,
in Sarasota Tues.
I II,!, bet' nome Health Department and is locatedIn Dr. H. B. McLendon will leave ,
isit here with her son for Saturday for Thompson, Ga. where r
-.Red) a Jacksonville Saturday Rochester N. Y., .
Bd d daughter ln-iuw, Mr. and Mrs. where he will attend Mayo Brothers she joined her husband. Mr. and'' ti.1. Mrs.! Newman will make their
W. Edwards. Mrs. I. B. Quick, Jr., of Lacoo- Clinic. He expects! to be away home In Thompson

chee, was a recent guest of Mr. about two weeks. .- I FOB Lettuce each IOc Avocado Pears Sc )
and Mrs. B. Jacobs at Kingsley ea. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Phil McGuIre and ,
NT A Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson and
[ WORD little of D. U. S. SENATE
daughter Washington
son, of Atlanta, Ga., are the guestsof I ::'
Mr. Johnson's brother-in-law C. returned to their home Sunday I S'less Grapes, lb. lOc S'less Beans, lb. lOc t
Mrs N. F. Guilford has returned
-
after visit here with Mrs. Mc.I -
COLUMN and sister, :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. a !
to her home here after two Gulre's Mr. and Mrs. A !
parents, Bananas 4 lbs 15c Peaches 2 lbs. lSc
Demorest at Kingsley Lake. ,
.)WO MISSIONARY Strawberry months' visit with her mother, Mrs.T. : I M. Dnrby.
to A. Sweat, In Qullman, Ga.
dig.
Ijluti fat sale Ready ---
:Mrs.! D. W. Bite) Miss Gertrude '
) t( T M Williams! Box 26, Mr. and Mrs T N. Limbaugh No. Irish POTATOES Lbs. 17c
ply Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and Shaw, Mr. and Mrs.! Herbert Smith,
and Mrs. E. W. Stewart returnedto
ute I Starke 6-26-8tp
and Sam Blue, all of Perry were
daughter Mrs. W. F. Swinger, of
their home in Lakeland last
ItXTED TO BUY -Lot on either San Francisco, Calif., are spending the guests Sunday of Mrs. Faye Friday after a visit with Mr. and Macaroni or Spaghetti (bulk) Lb. Bc

JsWe ar Kingsley Lake. Describe several weeks at Highland N. C. Gill. !Mrs. H. L. Brownlee at Kingsley! 1 :
111 best cash price to Mrs. W. M. Lake. OCTAGON;
Woolman St. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mr and Mrs. W. P. Randall and
'Jlhworth 4566:\ r
--
children, of Jacksonville! are the I SOAP OR POWDER 5 for lOc
Lksouvlllc Fla. 7-24-4tp Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest are Miss Patricia Liimbe will leave
enjoying a stay at the Robinson quests of Mrs. Randall's parents, Saturday for a month's vacation
R SALE Pears, fifty centsper Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, at
cottage, on Kingsley Lake. trip in Canada. She will visit! her '
Bushel T N. Norman, Rt. !JCIngsley Lake. brother-ln-l\v and sister, Mr. and TOMATOES, No. 2 Size Can 6c ,

Starke UpANT Mrs C. W. Liddon, of Jacksonville -
Mrs. W. D. MacDonald in St
R, V
The W. C. T. U. meeting will beheld Ii
spent several days! this week' Johns, New Brunswick, also relatives
TO RENT Unfurnished at the home of Mrs. J. T. 1 ; med. 5c 14 lOc
Ivory Soap Catsup -oz.
ipartmcnt or small house in here with Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- afternoon at at other points in Canada ,
ulgley on Friday .
Lendon.
of Starke. Cant -- '
udentiiU section
1:30. Members and friends of
t Telegraph It : welcomed.Mrs. temperance Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson and Sardines, 4 cans lSc Matches, 3 b'xs lOc 4f
)
Mrs. J. D. Miss Clarice
Doyle children and Mrs. Thomas King, of
ANTED Block haulers at once, Gill and Eugene MacDonald were! (aRAI'E VANILLA '
Tallahassee, were guests Friday of
.
and
S. S. Dowling daughter 'I
((390 per cord SO Inches long. visitors In Jacksonville! and Camp 'I
mpton Stave Mill. ltp Foster Sunday. Nettie, and H. II. Stroman spent Mrs. S. S Dowling. They were accompanied I JUICE, Qt. 2Sc WAFERS, lb. 15c
Tuesday In Jacksonville with Mrs. here by H. H. Stroman

R SALE100,000 new ground Dowling's brother-in-law and slater who had spent a week: with relatives t
Mrs. Tom Bush and twin sons, Side Bacon, Lb. 17c Baby Bacon Ib 12Y2c ti
.
I Missionary strawberry plants Mr. and Mrs. James! God<>Id. in Tallahassee.Mr. I am truly grateful for the t
of Tallahassee, are the guests of I

leper 1,000. M. F. Brown, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard' ,*at the. Mr. and Mrs..F. A, Scott returned and-Mrs.-'L.:'C.;: -Ray returned support thus far given me In P. A. Tobacco lOc Pure Coffee, lb. lOc F
R State Farm. Orlando my race for the United States
1 RENTFive room furnished home Friday from here Tuesday alter spending two t f
I louse,, $5.00 per week; .1 .OO where they spent a week with their
per months in Jacksonville, While Senate. With continued activi- '
nth S H. Dodd, Keystone Mrs. F. H. Long, who has at- son and daughter-in-law Mr. and LARD lb. lOc
."(bll. Fla. ItpWT tended the summer session at Flor- Mrs. W. A. Scott. i eration away Mr.at St.Ray Luke's underwent Hospital an and op- ty on the part of my friends FLOUR 241& 79c t tli

ida State College for Women, re- emphasized on the day of the li r '
I his friends to know that
CLASSES- Interested in turned home this week from Tallahassee Mrs. Bynum Perkins returned are glad I'EANIJT \UOO 1411 .
,he is now making a good primary August 11, we may i
recovery.
[ fetching, painting or other Monday she will resume from Tampa, Monday where abe BUTTER lb. lSc PEAS No. 2 lSc
'tIIl8 lot art, see Mrs.! C. L. Stocked her WPA music classes at her was called due to the death of her expect a substantial majority.In can
Starke tf home beginning at 8:30: o'clock. nephew, Rcmbert M. Cox. Mr. Cox Miss Eva Powell, of Cocoa, returned -
the
meantime, be
died Washington, D. C., July 27. to her home Wednesday af- please PIG TAILS Ib 12Y2c NUCOA Lb. 21c
NAT SEZ : Friends here of Mr. CVx will regret ter a visit here with relatives. She assured I shall spare no effortto ,

to learn of his death, as he was accompanied home by Mrs. J. Justify your confidence, and
has visited Mrs. Perkins here and H. Fields and little daughter. Ha- Helman's Mayonnaise l/2-pt. 17c .
The time has come to MY goodbye.I In the event of my election I ,
gained the friendship of many of zel, who will visit there for several r

don't mean by that that I am the students of B H. S. weeks. pledge to the people of all Flor- ,\UUO Spinach No 2 can IOc

ida a service In keeping' with Prunes, 2 Ibs. lOc r rfill.

farewell whatever ability I may possess! .

and the highest' patriotism At Tall Milk, 3 for 19c Sausage, Lb. 24c i'

hummer clothe! with whom I am my command. 4
SPI'E,, .. ('U\ Ell l

breaking off business relations. DOYYLE Gratefully E. CARLTON yours, Luncheon, Y2 lb. 19c BACON, Lb. 32c ;

A lot of stuff l Ilf going for a song. I

Can you sing fKTt.'IUY [ a H FRYERS, Lb. 25c ; DRESSED, Lb. ,29cj

P ,

: SPECIALPRIMARY j, Stew Beef, lb. 10cBrisket, Lb. 12cst

I / rrr I.tn ifir': (.i"SUGAR '

ODI LOT OF LAST DAY IS TILESHOES 5 Ib 19c TEAIatYF 1'Y.12j s

; AUGUST 11 $.

L L SHEETING yi i:i

vOIES Si CHILD49cPr. 10 YARDS< FOISIM SEE OUR LARGER SALE PAPER

I I '1 hi* utl paidor "y friend of AT OUR STORE
I a .
88c I, DOD Ie t: Curlton. P; r'r

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PRiNTS SHiRTS I builds a good highway system! 'i 'I

I II J1i @Era[;i3R] MaanilGBI

need less inferior roads annual ,
ROADS that constant hl '

lOe Yd. 79c .reconstruction keep the mad ne'sarce cons :ore: cr\ releasing _ ''I _

I. taxpayer always "paying for mere and more. f nds

I dead horses." Year after year for new roads arterial st: .tin, vil we }

his taxes are paid, yet there's bridges; and grate separa D

LADIES'r LA DIES' little money for new highways tions. t

REGULAR $1.05: i widening:, grade sepa Even: in first cost, ccnc.eterations ,

SHOES S W ASHFROCKS and other permanent sates money over other pain MOONLIGHT and i...... go well log.lh.r. You'll

j improvements. merits of equal load-carrying thoroughly oaloy traveling la a Florida Motor Lln.. bus
ON !ALE long oc..a .hoi.., rlvmld dilv.. and .>..! clan } +
FULL FASHIONED! What a difference when each capacity. Concrete carries ytlulear's a under IIitaillght Irs the cooled, most pltaunt time

13.00: VALUES SILK CHIFFON includes new safely and comfortably and '_ of all to tra..l en biulnM or p1.....,.. Yon can raallrraUx 'h
I program and cnlor your trio br Katt lust
concrete highways! Reports with low cost for gas tires, .. % FINEST: Ntln: (...._Mm KMT "',\UtS:

$$1.00 Pre $1.29 I from 18 states show that conand car repairs. .' r Jacksonville .1'10 Tampa ._ 2.60 '
59c
__ : Daytona Beach 2 45: Orlando 200' ,.
crete costs far less to maintain Write for"Road Maintenance t i Miami .-:5-8O Tallahassee ___. 2.80

-$114 to $469 per mile Costs" which tabulates in de I ., s s'Z..- Atlanta __ .__5.10 New York 101.1301t

CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CLEAN SWEEP WHITESHOES less per year-than other surraa the experience of 18 states I t --' 10% It<-
WASH SUITS faces. with more than 100,000 rniits -I UNION BUS STATION 1.t '
I q '" MUM. E. 11. SMITH, Agent od
I and of "
ON SALE As you get more concrete pavement. I t YS OpponlU Court HOU.W I'hone 140-W

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State Road Number :II': Needs Concrete Favlnj;
1-3 Off 79c Pre IWES
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STAJt E. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SL (
ImADFOItD C011N'lT TELEf.JlltAFD, ,1ST 1, 187
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TaaeaA CM D.a..rl.tle-> fI.... T R A Owaer
"HER IFF'" SALE Itoni-rlpfloa see. T R.4 Owner
Cent Com at NW Cat of 8WH! ahY
T R A OwajerUnknown 18.26
See
Notice .Ic hereby given 1 that 1. A OAndreti Deerrlpttoa> 22 40 Jerome. Thlrich ------
18 0 .
210
of NE' of : .A run S
XEV4 : NBH !!
___ 10.70
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a* Sheriff of BradforcCounty. Lots 10, 11 for Blk IE, NK'4 of SWVi 18 8 22WVi 40 Unknown "5 728 ft. N 210 ft. W

StaU- of Florida, taI I Ward City 8 7 20 -- -- -- 127 of NE'4- ., :N 182 '.00 728 ft to beg-3V4A ___.29 6 21 6 J.1ot.
________ Wei.
of unit" under authority of certain Lots 10, 11 of Blk 18, __ 0 M 38 Lorenmo Green of 1 A lot Com *t ) h/
ot _____ _____ '.85 ft/ Part a
Writ of Execution tanned out Ward city _ 8NWl' 7 20 A.J. Howell 8'< NE'i A all NE Cor of land formerly 4
nnd under the hand and official seal '' *E>4 of rVJ 'tf
t.N; 4ot WVi of NB'4 Wof owned by T. W. Sweat A
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ni NWVi BWVi Of Road of
Bradford County Slate of Florida I NWVi ___.________n___ 8 7 20 100 Mr*. C. A. Lewis ______ 17.15NW" ,SWW of A NEIL----------N 184 ft 20 ( .3 21 Lorenso Oreen -------- 1.'80 2S run thence E to line B on of Arc Sec.line
dated October 26th. A r>. 1936, or of 8B'4 ex Ry rightof
Hmlth 84 David Coleman _______ 1.13 SI NEVi A NEVi of2fl .. ..__ 28,1S's 220 :ydn, thence W to SE i
that certain Judgment of M. A. way ___ _______ 8NWVi 7 20 LNlof __ t SO )fr.. Onle :Freeman
UK Liquidator for the Bradford of BW'i __________16SWVi 7 .0 40 David Coleman u_____ 156 ot"" 1ogan Cor of land formerlyowned :
County Hank a corporation plaintiff of SW'i .. .. 15B 7 20 40 O. C. Kelley __________ 15.6: of REt;: 8W\veX of by said Sweat,

and against 8. L. peek, defendant 14 A of skji of SBVi ._ ____. 21 4 ti 10 J. W. Edward UJ&: of thence BEVi! N__to____beg____In___EVi___I 29 8 22 4 J.
Rothll-
and bearing date the 24th. dAY len N II A-8A_ .. __ 16 7 20 8 O. C. Kelley _______n__ S 9!
A. D. 135 have levied SE' N 12 A A, All NWi/4 of BWVI W of : __.. 2.48 One lot of land 240 yd.asby120 N
HE'at ex Onl Freeman
of October highestand pub road ___ ..._ __ 21 t it 1 Mrs. ydsNIt W '
the ,
and will sell to I exEBA20A&SofHwy
upon heat bidder for man at publicauction of A SVi ot Wt4ofItlkISof213, Wex In 8E Cor of SE% of

on Monday the 7th day of I HE'4 of AWl.; --u 18 7 20 40 O. C. Kelley __________ .0' I A In NE cor A Ely SEVi _____________-____294A 8 12 II T.:1.: Aide. ,,'.
i! September, A. D. 1938. during the I NW'4 of NWVi lei. IAN of Blk 1 8 of R 8 W InTemple's I D. L. Lloyd 16.42 In SBVi of SEVi! Bounded
__ 21 6 22
legal hour of sale thereon. In front of Ry ___ .______17 '1.0 34 Z. W. Hamilton ___on 2.1.Ill Subdlv N by Field place, W
of the South door of the court hou.a W4 of SWVi of NW'i. ....17BWH 7 20 30 S. A. Foxworth ____u__ 7.84( Com at NW ("or of land by land of Mrn. Well8
of Bradford County In city of of NEVi" A NWVi of owned by Elmira Kingon by Rjr A K by West

ftarke Florida, the following described SBVi -__ ____________21 7 20 60 Empire Lumber Co. __. 13.6)) E Side' of Ry A: run E moreland St. _____.___.-29 8 22 4 Loti I. Wily
real estate situate In Bradford E 14 A of NEVi of NEVi21 7 20 14 O. C. Kelley ____u_____ 6.01 at right angles to Ry to !EH of BWH ____________29 8 22 18 I. W. AndrVu is
County Florida with the hereditament All NWIyofNWV4exB! B line of Bee. 11, thenceN One A In SB Cor of NBVi '

and appurtenanceathere- I in A _? _________ .____22 7 20 28 O. C. Kelley u_________ 11.81 on said Sec line. toC..nt..r of NWH ______________29 8 22 1 Dave Cr..r"1
to belonirlnir I tn-wit* Ely: of NWVi of SWVi ___24 7 20 20 C, F. Lltchfleld ____u_ 2.23 St In Temple'sBubDlvlalon Com 210 ft N of SB Cor ofNEH

A one...venth undivided Interest I Wft of NBVi h____' ______ 11N 6 21 80 J. D. Overntreet _______ 13.01B thence W ot NWVi A, run W
In that pertain lot or block of land *" of EV4 of NE'4 of :ronSt to Ry.beg, c"E'S 210 ft. N 210 ft. E 210ft

.j i lying and being In the original Townof NWVi\ A, N'" of E 405 ft Ry to In fi 210 ft to beg ______29 6 11 ty"-ru urlflii.
"Ktarka; Florida, and more particularly ot NE4! of NBVi" ex such lot* or S'of SWH _________ SO 6 22 o* Herman S..I.

) described aa follow orISinAlTown : NWtAK ot25 21 24 Horace Norman __u___ 4.09B pies been a* deed _heretofore 21 6 22 14 Amanda Ashford ___u_ 11.0& NWH of NWVi' ex S 10 A.81 6 21 80 Herman Belfenh lfeiu" f), 31u n
18 nf the SN-------------- -- '
All of Block 8W14 of S10A0fNWti/ofNWV4& ?
of Htarke, Florida went of side r /11' <::'4 of HWV4--26! 21 70 Drew Reddish _____n__ 21,21 NEyof81k3SofIt2N>> 8Vi! of NWH ex810A

landn owned and occupied by D.: B. NWij of NBVi A, B'4 of ex 8 65 ft A br.vB? ft_.InTemple's _22 1 22NW'4 3 Unknown __ ___u_____ 1.88 of SWH! of NWH- ___-81 6 21 80 M. J. McRa.
Knight and wife N..2. Knight or NEVi! A, NEVi of NW'4..28 5 21 160 Drew Reddish. _n_____ 15.09 6 22 10 James Hornsby ..._u_ 2.14 SWVi of SWH A !liE':; ofSWH
either I of them, except: a lot In NWVi c-f HEV4 A. 1 A In SE of SEVi' of BEVi .28 A FI'" of SEt of

Northwest corner Block; facing Cur of /8BVi of NWVi-__ 28BWii 8 21 41 Drew Reddlnh ____un 13.56 Aha W'4 of SWVi off NEH SWH! N7of! 8EH .A
Call Street 129 feet, and of SE'J A Sty of EV5 of BEVi NWVin 4.'" NVi of of SEa
on 22 C. B. Strickland ______ BWH
facing on Court iitreet 62V4 feet ."dal..o BWVi _-_-- _-m---__--30 B 21 120 ;)f. S. Hayes ___________ 16.12 t of public' road .. ____24 28 1 6 22 22 10 Mrn. S. F. Morgan _.-. 2.1NEV ? Vii A In NE Cor of 8EV4! ::
except a lot of land In Southwest NW of NEV A NEVI of NEVi" of SWVi of NWVi! 40 James. Hornsby 10.11 of BWH __ -81 ( 22 181 W. M. K.WIU.I.cf .
corner of nald Hlock 18 facing .VvV1,4 .- 88 6 21 80 Drew Reddish' _____u_ 2509 of NEH ._ 27 8 22 ------- Com at SW Cor ..t fNWVi )
-- ---- -- -- Oc
on MadUnn' iitreet. 60 feet and on Sit of 1'1I'1..ot BWVi! _____36 6 21 21 W. R. Wood ________ 2.69 2 A In NW Cor of SW'" of 2 Clifford H. Allen _____ 4.28l'1'1w SBVi" .A run E 260 ft.
___ __ ;__ 27 8 22
Court itreet 70 feet. Syunf! of NW'of. uu__ 1 6 21 40 W. R. Woodln _________ ..02 SBVi? bn A- N 300 ft. W 260 ft. S 800
A. O. ANDREU SEVi NWVi A 8W'i! of NE'4 ft to beg-1-4 A-------- 82 6 22 2 Simon

Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. l NEVi of HWVi .----... 8 6 11 60 W. R. Conner ____n___ 6.10 ", of SBV4 A NBV4of All >i of 8EH of SWH B Tryst: r
NE' of NE'i .._ 22 6 21 40 Mr*. Annie Alvarea____ 13.26 I SWVi ex W 6Aavx f 3
8-7-61-9-4 4 _
8 A for road __ .. .. 27 6 22 92 R. R.' Prevail ________ 18.28 public road-8 A ___-81 6 22 Jennie Try.oi,,
NWtl of NW'i A WVi of >
Beg at a rout 2 i chn -N
NEVi\ of NWVi __ ...22 8 21 *0 E. U Bigg ___________ 16.77 10 A on 8 side of NEVi of 11.58 f SB ,
NOTICF OF APPLICATION I NWH __ __,27 6 22 10 E. J. Flynn ___________ t> Cor of SE'i of
ItKKIt. NWof NW'i A NVi of Delia Keller __________ 7.49 BWH A run' N 8 67-100
FOR TAX: W A of of NWV4..27 6 22 13
SWVi of NWVI ...___23 I 21 811 H M. McRae: __u_.____ 4.82 13 NEVi chnn, W 14 chnn. 8 6
(Jennie"' Hill We. 1 3NOT1CK > Lot 2 or 11'(, of NE'i: _____SO 6 21 CI2 M. J. McRae __________ 6.28 Com 105 ft H of NB 'or of 10-100 chnn, E 6 altos, N

HEREBY O1VF.N,1 I Ee AofSt4ofSlv'yofNEV4 HEV4 of sNf01 A run W 2V4 chnn, E 8 chn to

That H. F. drk holder I of Tax Certificate _-__. ___ _______ II 7 21 6 Jim Prldgeon __n_____ 5.69 420 ft, ft, B 420 1 I. J. Keller ___________ 8,11 beg ex portion W of
)I _
No. 402 Innued the 6th clay SKH: Uf SW'4 A, NW14! of ft, N 105 ft to beg ____ 28 1 22 road __ __ 12 8 22 4 Vasco
of September A. [I. 1932 ha. filed SE' ___ .____ h___ 8 'I 21 00 Walter Robinson 17.63 1 Lot 40 ft E A W by 105 One lot- of -land-----148-u-ft- -- Mitchell
name In my office and han made application 3AOfMWCarofNE"OtNEV ft N A, S In NW car of no
in SB Cur
deed to be Issued Et6 ot NW'4' ot 8E',4 otNEI" of NWH of
for a tax W of road In SWVi Battle _...._ 4.9 PEH __ __ _______ 82 8 22 Green
thereon Raid certificate embrace of NEVi A SBVi of NEVi _________n. ._ ____28 < 22 Roger u Lot 8 Elk Htmllton
of Lincoln ,
the following described property In ex 7 A off 8 aid*_______10NWVi 7 21 78 Unknown _____________ 2245 N26ft t In of Lot 6. 8 of City _. 6.__ 82 6 22 Ella ;
the County of Bradford Stale of of AWl ______ __ .__11 7 21 40 Unknown _n__________ 11.71 ink 16. Original Townof Lot 6 -of -Blk- -6.- Lincoln------- William
Florida, to-wlt: 6 A In SW Cor of NEVi! Btarke ._____-. __ 28 6 22 Cha. O. Woodbrldge ._ 77.0;
City .
Kast Hnlf of Houth-eant. Quarterof of HWVL.----u---------U 7 21 5 W. A. Blade __ ________ 2.03NEI4 Lot 4, 8 of Blk 16 ex E Lot 1 -of---Blk- --- 7--_Lincoln--- --.6 23 Wm. McLeod

Houth-eant Quarter. except one of NWVi __ _16SVi 7 21 40 M. C. A C. O. Hodge.1.11 48 ft. Original Town ,
I -- City __ 12 8 Simon
22
South-went Corner of Btarke __ 28 8 22 Cha.. G. Woodbridge168.0. -- ----- ----- Tryson
the
acre In of NWVi of NBVi! & NViof ------- -----
27 Township t South 40 Walter. E 38 8-20 ft of Lots 5, 7 ofRlk Lot 2. S, 4. B, of Blk 8,
Section of 16N'i 7 21 Robertson 844
Range 22 Nest, containing In alt i of SW-i SWVi of 4swf-;; A --- 1 17, Original Town of Lincoln City ____..._._31 6 22 Jennie Tryson

19 acres more or lesn. 8> NWVi of SWVi.17 7 21 40 M. J. Hun.lker -______ 844 gtnrke _________ --____28 6 22 Chan. 0. Woodbrldge __ 127.68W Lots 6, 8 of Blk 14, Lincoln
The annennment of the nald property -. NEt J.ot BW'i A N'i ofSEVi 36 2-3 ft of Lota 5, 7 ofBlk Com City atap1105---S -of-33 6 22 Jennie Tryson: 16
said certificate is.Hued 17. Original Townof
under the A 8 A In NE Coo ofBWVi
wa. In the name of D. E. of BB'i A SE'i of Btarke _______ _____28 6 22 Chas a. Woodbrld.7.08 NW Cor of NWH of
NWH A run S 656
Blk 21 Original Town of

Brandt.Unless said certificate shall be redeemed of Cor SBVi.. ex_! _:A__In__SW 1WVi 7 21 164 Che-ley Fogg ____u___ 5289 Starke, 28 6 22 Cha.. a. Woodbrldge ._ 1 U.7JLot. 625 ft, B t& ft;IfN 555 ft, W
-- --- to __. __,__ __ B
according to law. the property of SWVi ___ .____ ____20 7 21 80 Chesley Fogg _____n__ 24.79 1, I, of BI--------------87. J. M. All NWyofSWNofflyex SS 8 22 Mrs Annie B P. .
dencrlbed therein will be old John Addition to

to the highest bidder at Monday the courthouse in- Eli of! of NBVi NEV4 of __SEVi____ ___ASBVi on, 7 21 60 Mrs Addle Jackson ___ 19.15 I Starke _________. .. ____28 6 22 D. C. Jones. _nn______ 51.7 8 A In about NW 2 Cor A In of SW NE'Cor.SS of 8 22 82 Unknown __ Ki

dour on the first N 25 A of BEVi of NEVi I l, Livingston '
the month of September, 1936, which lena 1 A In SW Cur_ __.29SWVi 7 21 24 W. McEver __________ ..OS L"irJbJnJ Co'* Additionto ; HEVi being. 417(6 ft B A
\ I la the 7th day of September! 1936 of NEVi ex Lot 1 Blk I Starke ______________28 6 22 Hayes. A Sternberg __no 8.09 W by '40'(, ft N&S&:

Dated thl. 17th day of July, 1936. 2 A ex Lot 8 Blk 8 A ex I Lot. 1, 2, 13. 14 nf Rlk 26.Livingston of 11 A SEVi In NB being Cor of 88141 NWV' ft
OFFICIAL: SEAL) Truby A I
( Lot 4 Blk 12 A Ex Baptist -
A. J. THOMAS. 89 C- B. Robert ('0'. Addition to Starke 28 1 22 J. R. Moore 10.7& N A, S by 467%" ft on N
Church lot ________29VE'4 7 21 10.28 ----------- .
side
& US ft S 4
Clerk of Circuit Court Lot 4, 5. 6, 7 of Blk 28. I on side
of NBVi len 10 A on 1 to public road._ ________
of Hradford County, Florida W aide of Oulley Livingston, Truby A S3 8 22 17 Cha. 0. Woodbridge

7-17-61-8-21 I ___ _.30NEV 7 21 24 Chealey Fogg ___ ("0'* Addition to Starke __28 8 22 R. U Thomas ____.____ 18.71': LOut of Blk o1 2 J'J!. John 231
of hNW-% :::::::_86 7 21 40 Emma t rdtJHa Lots 8. 9, of Rlk 29, Llv. Div ? of
--- NEW __
NOTICK OF APPLICATION HEy of BEVi ___________28 4 22 40 F. M. Crew ____u____ 6.76 Inrston Truby A, Co' N' of NWy-of_ __..S3 8 23 1 Mr. Fannie Stewa.. of
,. FOil TAX DEED 6 A In S'i of N. <'1 of Lot Addition to Starke ____28 6 22 n. J. William _...___. 8.7: S NWy.Cex
____ 4 32 5 H. C. Wlmberly _______ S86 Lot 4 of Blk 5, Livingston W 6 A NWI: A In 6 22 11 D. D. Woodard
IS."' ..,. Bill \n. 1 of __
% ,
NOTICE IH of NEVi of NWM ____ 2 6 22 20 Carson M. Qrlffla u____ 822 Truby .A Co' Sub 9'f NWH 84 6 22 10 B. Wall C'
: ::P.YhOE i Div of NEVi of NEV4.28 6 22 Unknown ._ 2.48In.ton. of SE'i SVi of
Helen M. R 01 Lot 31, 82, 83 In Wood- --- -
That SWH of _____ 85 8 21 60
Certificate No. 476 United the lawn ____. 10 5 22 SO Mr. Ada Howet ______ 12.42 Lot 8, 4 of Blk 14 Llv NEH n : Marlon Ollsnon
:
Tax __
of __
42 Truby A Co'aStlb SWH\ NWH\ ___ S 7 22 40 lI'rll. N.B. Hull V4
6th day of September, A. D. 1932 has E'<, of Lot A SV4 of Lot SH or S .,f of
In office and has 62 In Woodlawn _____ _11 B 22 10 J. L. Harvey ______n_ 230 DIY of NBVi of % SWH
filed name my for a tax deed ube Lots 84, 89 In Woodlawn.11 6 22 20 Fred I. Conner ______ 822 NE% __-_--___ _______28 6 22 Unknown ___________ 4." SWH 8 7 22 10 Mary Terrell 1 ,
made issued application thereon. Bald certificateembraces l Lots 83, 40 In Woodlawn 5 22 20 A. J. Swart _________. 8.60 Lot 1. 2 of Blk 27, Livingston WV4 of NE-----------------of SWH! ____ SNWH 7 22 20 I* A. Geiger. 1.1
____ 5 22 20 Lawrence O. Weekly __ 8.22 Truby A Co' :; of NEH! lea 6 A In
d."rlb..dIrrl of 12NV. ,
the following Ni4! of NWW SWVi
NB Cor ____
: ___ __ 3NVi 'I 22 85 T. J. .
20 U O. h Alderman
In the County: of Bradford of NEVi of SE'4 ____12 5 22 Weekly, Trustee. 822 NEV.
: :: Florida, to-wlt: Lot 27. 28 In Wood lawn ,13 5 22 20 Mary E. Ward _. 8.221 ofNE.28 8 22 Unkno..n __________ -4.88 Five of l In---- -------- 4 7 22 80 Mike Dew 126
NE Cor of
10 lI.n. Theres-a Math1. 4 of Blk 28. Livingston acre 4
Northeast Quarter of SoutheastSection Lot 68 In Woodlawn _13 5 22 5.90 Lot 3. '
NWH of NWH _____ 4SWVi 'I 22 5
Woodlawn Truby .A Co'. -- Unknown ___
of Northeast Lots 6, 6, 11, 12 In 21..
of NWH ___________ 4 7
29 Townahlp 6 South, ______. h___ _____11 8 22 40 J. H. William _______ 16.29 Sub Div of NE.... of 22BWH 4003. F. Herring 6E
Range 22 East, containing 10 Lou 15, 16, 11 In Wood- NEV4 ____________._ n28 6 22 A. T. Paul _____.______ 8.77 S 4'ii' A of of SWVO that fortlon otE"io

Acre, more or lea*. lawn _____________ _____IS 6 21 SO D. L. Rlgby _______... 1S.1S Lots 1, 2 of Blk SO, Livingston W of State Road No.lying -

The assessment of the said property :, 8'. of Lot 11 In Wood- Truby A Co'sSub la ___ 7 22
under the said certificate issued lawn _________________16 6 12 8 Sinclair Mo-ley -_____ 3.09 Div of NEVi of --- A'ln"NB"Cor 'I B R. O. Moore 741
_______________28 6 22 Unknown ___.__.___. 8.88 About 1 of
wa In the name of K. W. Hun I Lot 59 In Woodlawn _____16 5 22 10 Lewis, Oarrett ________ 6.111 NEVis EViof" of 1-
ter. I Lola 10, 23 In Woodlawn.16 5 22 20 B. O. Potter __-___.___ 8.22 Lot. 3, 4 of Blk SO, Livingston of road BWH 18 ____ NEH 22
Unless said certificate shall b. Lot 21 In Woodlawn _...18 5 22 10 Charlie Oaskln ______ &..11I Truby A Co'sSub 2 A In NE Cor of NEt4! ot 7 1 W. G. Tomll1l80n 410
redeemed according to law the I Lots 16 16, 17, 1A In Div of NEVi of

property Illt bold : I Woodlawn ____ .__20 5 21 40 Dyack Bro __.__?__ 12.91 NEVi _._____ _28 1 21 Wllll Robert ______ 8.77lot 140 OEY1"W N A_B__by 7 7 22
to tg'i"IIb"tth.'r..Jr: : E'i, of NWVi of IVWV4 Ey4, of 3 of Bile -Llving-* -- 2 C. M. Hitch _Uh 41'

\ court-houne door on the first Monday -1 ______________ 21 8 22 B Lewis Garrett ........ '.01 eton, Truby A Co' Sub REV\ of NEHHampton --of_SWIil0. 7 21 40 J. E. Sulllvtn __..
In the month of September 1936, E'i of NEVi of NWVi' less DIY of NBVi of NBVi___28 1 22 Walter Cummings _____ I." NW NW ot NW SW'AinSWCarofN4EV 7 22 10 Unknown __hu_ jar

which I I. the 7th., day of September 1 A for Cemetery ....._.21EH 8 22 19 C. I. A M. DIngfelder.12.42 Lot 4 of Blk 82, Living -
Vi
'" of NVi( of NWVi of atoll Truby A, Co'. Sub

1.31. day of July 1936. NEVi ___I______________.S3 6 12 16 M. F. Brown -'___._____ LeaS Diy of NBVi of NEH---v28 8 21 Charlie Thomas _._____ ..88 of of SWH Ditch cf SWH _SAW__ _
__ ___ 19NEVi 1 22
(OFFICIALsBEALI % of NW" 23 8 22S 20 Dr O. W. Brown ______ 8.18 Late 1, 1 or EVi of Blk of SEU- 11 w. I. Bugg _____ 716
SEH e x
VeofNEV4of Truby ACo' ,
33 Livingston.
THOMAS N4Aof8 ,
A. J.
[
IAin Car A B S
SB A
Clerk of Circuit Court NWVi _________......21SVi 12 4 Geo. F. Young -.--___ 8.41 Bub Div of NEVi of ,
of Bradford County, Florida. of BWVi of NWVi__ __23 5 22 20 Mr*. Helen M. H.llet ._ 12.12 NEVi __________________28 6 22 Lydla Tyson .._.____.. 1.18 of NWH_,. of SEH____ofBBV _19 7 22

7-Sl-5t-8-28 Lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 7. 8 of Blk Lott! 1. 2 or9Livingston I 84 S 300 ft of NW----- SBH! 12 J. B. Prevatt _h_ h U.
i 1 Town of Lawtey, W of Truby A -
W of 19 7 22
FOR 'Ry -_..-_?___.._-__._.23 5 22 Roy Reddish ___..--- lU4 Co'NE4ub Div of NEVi Ry
lt rlHCl'IT COCVTY' AND Lot 1, 4, 0 of Blk. 2 Townof of _______________28 6 22 Lydia Tyson --.----- 1.89 Prod 4.12
HMAnFonn ; III! CHAN Lawtey of Ry 13 5 22 H. L. Cotton __________ UI S J'i of Blk 17. Livingston I
of SE ot ot SE 7 22
f-KHY. Lot 6.: of fclk\2 Town of Trub A, Co' Sub Div % BE'4 r-U W. H. Griffin ____ TIS

CORA B. CHABTREE ) Lawtey W of Ry S3 8 22B H. U Cotton ___ 7.011 of NEV. of NEV. __.____28 8 21 A. O. Jenkins "..88 Lou a A: 4 a' IlIk 14
--- --
------ ----- ______________U 7 22 _
Plaintiff ) Lot 7. Blk. 4. Town ofLawtey 4V4 of Blk 87 .A all Blk Mra. F. P. Croft _. 14.01
Lots 7. 8 1 of Blk 16 In
,
v. ) DIVORCEC. W of Ry __ 13W 22 Mary M. Bennett ______ 12.41 38, Livingston, Truby A,
Hampton ___._._ .__..18SS 7 22 _
H. CRABTREB ) Lot 5 of Blk. 7Town Co'n sub Dlv of NEVi of --- Mr*. F. P. Croft 30C
25 ft of Lot 1 Sub DIY
Defendant.NOTI'R ) of Lawtey W of -8 6 22 A. O. Jenkins ...______._. 8." of SWVi of SEH C. J.

TO APPEAR Ry. __ __--23 6 22 Mr.. Mamie U Edward. 4.15 Lot.9,10&SftofLots I Week Hub Div _,___:__:19MU 7 22
_
OF FLORIDATo Mr. Edith 405S31
THE STATE!! All H. A. Bailo&, all 7. 8 of Blk D, Jones Addition Ilawley
of A, otNEIi
C. H. Crabtree, whose residence to Starke28 6 22 Dr. E. NEVi SWH,
Dlag Lot 1 Town of : A. Dunham _,.. 2J." lees 8 A right of
I I. unknown: Lawtey W of Ry ______13 8 22 Dr. Q. W. Brown ______ 32.55 Lots 2 3 4 of Blk C: Jone* .A of of
It I. hereby ordered that you are Dlag Lot 8, Town of Law. Addition to Btarke28 6 23 Dr. B. L. Bigg ..-...- 14.82Lat. way lees Sly 1A NEH in SB

required to appear on September Courtto 7, tey W of By --13 S 22 Roy Reddish __________ 6.2S 1, 2.' 3, 4, of Blk 3 NWH _____ ____20 7 22
the above-entitled 138 Ines PollarcJ.
1936 before Lot 61 Town of Lawtey mot Temple* Addition to Lot09 highway Ivey

the Bill of Complaint filed against Ry __nO -_ ..23342526W 8 22 1. H. Hill _________u__ 16.82 Starke ______________28 8 22 A. H. Hall _._--.-.- 13.13 Dlv of E o Sub 7 22
In the above entitled cauael and 1 2. 13. 14 of Blk 1.. SW'4.ot SW20 i T. M Ha&.n ___ 4 itMS
you 197 ft of Lot 7 Townof x>t* u.
Bradford County Telegraph. la hereby E Addition toStark. 'SW% ot NW V, ____.21 7 22 40 R. H. .., .
Law tey, of Temple -
designated an the duly qualifiednewspaper I I Ry. _________. 28-24-26-26 8 22 J. 8. Eunice _____u____ 1659 ______________28 6 22 F. A. Scott!! ________. 17.85 ; E'y ot NWIi of of SWV ______,21_ 7 12! 20 R. T. Corbin ___on. 812
of 28 22
In which I thl* order shall B64ftofLot7&B15ft ate S, 12 .A 8'4 of Lot 4. Ef5 8Wy' NW\4\ 7 20 J. V. Jona________ in.3
15 In NE Cor of
be published once a week for tour of Lot Town of 11 of Elk 1*. Temple __________NW'4_____
consecutive week Lnwtey B :l Addition to Stark ____28 6 28 F. A. Scott _.___._.___ 8.09 I I of NWH 29 7 22 5 Knott .A Pitt. n ._ lilt)
of Lute 1, 2, 3, 7, 8. 9. 10.
Witness my hand and the neat 2S-S4-25-26 8 22 Don Trowbrldge .----_ 912 Lot 6 of Blk 1 Wynn Ad 15 Sub Div of NVa of
thl* Court at Htarke t Florida thl* Lo1tl'8 tI Stark 28 1 22 OHIo Marr 8.68
Town of Lawtey B ------ -- "
9th day of July 1936. of Ry _______. 23242526Lot 8 22 Oeo. F. Young ......._ 24.06 .ots 2.n5.tt 7, 8. of Blk 1, Air NEVi of 8WV of NWVi of dWH"-8*__.1129___30< 7'I 22 22 9 Rebecca Johnson -812"
OFFICIAL SEAL) Park Sub Div W A, 20 Pat Adams .
26 Town of Lawtey Eat City -----
A..1. THOMAS. Ry 23242526Lot 5 22 Mr. B. R. Harmon ..._ 2.30 C'. Addition to Starke__28 (22 W. B. Watson __.._-. 4.58 JW% of NWH ot NWIi.31 30 7 22 40 Oeo. F. Verger 1 if. "
Clerk of Circuit Court 28 To-------- B 7, 8, 13 14. 15. 16. lot I ot WSj, 7 22 10 Hester Adams '."

Bradford LANDROM County Flor1da.PATTEN of Ry .-__.,232426.26 6 22 Mr. Jennie E. Brown._ 10.20 Loll;. 18, 19, 20, 11, 22. 2.1.: Lots kli i.a&tO'nl/'r'a1U; ; ; 7 22 1
: >
AND : Fred 8a Rose Fox
24. 25. of Blk 2, City
E"j of SWVi of BWVi of '
for Plaintiff. NEVi __ ____24 5 22 5 Young A Chandler ____ 7.75 Park Sub-Dlv.: W A, C'. S !!6 yd.A A. of Com 16t NEV:N

.7.51.52.9.28NOTI'M NWVi of SW'y of NE\i____24 5 22 10 Qeo. F. Young ._....._ 4.35 Addition to Stark ____28 8 22 W. B. Watson _...__.? 12.21 of SB Cor of lSydd. ofNEH

"I NW'i of NEVi of Hwy A, :ota Ii. 13. 14. 15, 16 of A run N 275 yda,

Of "prl.lr%TUUI W 8',> A of NBVi of NE'4of Blk 8, City Park Sub. to NB Cor of said NEVI
FOIl TAX I.KKUN'iin i SWV4 _____ _248EVi 8 22 14 F. Geneve Hannon ____ 8.82 Dtv W A, C'. Additionto thence
< e Hill No. 1113) of NBVi: of 8WS-E! of Starke ___ ._ ____ ____28 6 22 -- W B. Watson ......... 4.88 of yds NEH., thence! H 276 W 188V ydn.

NOTICE I IH HEREBY GIVEN: Iload ___ ______ _____25 5 22 5 I_ H. Hill S.88 x>t* 4, 5, 4. 7, R, 9, lOot thence E 188Vi yd. -to
That L. W runway, holder of TaxjTCertlfUate I "'F.'* of SWVi of BWVi! .__25 5 22 10 C. 1. A M. Dlngfelder-_ 693 Rlk 4. City Park Sub- beg 10 A, also com at
No. sail: Innued the 6th Ny, of NWV4 of SW14 ofSE 1>1". W A. C'. Additionto
NE Cor of SEH of
day of September A. D. 19.12: ha fll- A NVj, of NEot Starke" 28 6 22 W. B, Watson ......... 8.It A run SIlO yd... W NEH 220

red same In my office and ha. made i i'appll..atl..n SEtJ of SWVi _________28 6 22 10 Catherine Wilson _u_ &.71 .ots1.2, ?,9,0,11,18,18of yd*. N 110 E 220

for a tax deed to be I.-I NEVi of NWV of SE'4 ._ .211 5 22 10 R. L. Brown __...__..._ 5.118 Elk W 6,A City C' Park Additionto Sub- yd* to beg-5 ycln A, _______85 7 22 20 L, T. Dyer ________ "t
Div 5
Said certificate' em 1 Lot ino ft on N side
sued thereon. nq
JF.' following described. property of SWVi of 8WV4 B of A Starke ____28 6 22 W. B. Watson .._____ 819 JE'4 of NWV. A NEH of
fflt, brace* the SEVi of NWH .A WV4 of
18
In the County of Bradford adjoining State Road sots* 6, 0, 10, 11, 12, 14 HW of NEBex 7 A

H B, State of Florldn. to-wlt: right of way __________26 S 22 E. E. Burney ______u. 18.02 15, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20, 2), for %rOAd ---------------5. ., n I .r
22 of Blk 7, City ParkSubDlv Ai Mra. M. O. Con.tantln
Sotith-Ennt Quarter of NorthEast But of of
J1tl l'tvtofSr.1 Peg al a pt on W .Ide of
of Section. 12. SEV of W A C'n Addition

Township Quarter 6, South Range 22 I HKV. A SI' of SWV, ofSwv. to Btarke _______ .28x 1 22 W. B. Watson._____._ 12.21 line Hy right.A run of N way on on rightof gee

East containing 40 acre moreor SEv of SEy of >t* 2. kl.Sb-of, Elk -8, \ 70 W 88yds. -
tylp yd*
I.... _. ______-__-27 5 21 65 E. E. Burney. ____-.____ 11.10 I (' ". W A way a 70 said
28 8 I 23 W. B Watson _. ____ yiin. to Sec
The assessment of the said prop-I 1 WIg tfiii:'4fSW ,4--"u C'" Addition to Stark -- 88. line thence E to beg-
.
( under the paid F.'l of E'of SW4! ot IISAin; NWVi of SWVi B In of )J
arty Ii A HEW SWH, _85IWH 7 22 _
a.I R. Dixon ________.. 7.U of Madison tit. known an C. A. Yowngblood- .
sued wa. in the name of Anna _28 II 22 10 W. of NEH ___ ______8. 7 2. "
.
_
I N'aofL----------------- J. (I. Alvarez r..... Blk In --- 40 E I_ Kinchen 0- -
Itlurrhee.Unlee.
said certificate shall be redeemed In W..ocllRwn ____ ____ 5 22 111 L. R. Denmark _______ 1.81 Starke ex 1 Lot In NW W6AofHt. BBti< of8WV4of ,'I
__
[ according' I to law, the property Lou 55. 5d. n, U-- In Cor sold to J. I.. Peek. 28 (22 4 J. W. Andrew.. Jr. .... 84.01 .NBH of NWH A: of of BWH NWH!___ 3 2 8 8 22 22 45 R. M. Hersey _____.___ 140

described, : therein I will be sold Woodlawn __ _________It II U 40 Yn. Maude Wainwright me lot (2' ft N A 8 by fo avl of of 20 O. F, Wackerman ,13
: NEH SEH 23eg 8 22 .
to the highest bidder. at the courthouse ____________u__ n..' 105 ft B WIn NECorof W ----- 20 J. L. Harden It 80n.

door on the lira Monday In \ WIII ot NWM nt NE't ___.as 6 II 20 W. R. Dixon __________ 8.22WJF Lot lying 238V. ft S of Hy at right a pt of on way side on of N

the month of (September 1936. which of NEl4 NW'S o2 Madison St. Bounded N line of Sec 2 A: run S
of September, 1936.pFFII'IAL2SEALly : : a :,tt NW ofNWy by J. W. }(ayes, B by
7th Elx .
I* the day of July, 1936. ot NEW __ ____It 6 U 10 E. m. Burney ____.____ I." Sanders St ___ _______28 6 21 Mike Dew ......_..__ 4 .07On" on W n right ydn.of N way 95 ydto 95. yd_.
lot 105 ft N A, S by 68
t \Vei ot N'y ot NW4! otNWv.
aid Sec line thence
'I A. J. THOMAS, _____U 1\ 28 16 C. 1. ., 111. Dln.f.lcler_ 11.61 ft B A, W Bounded N by said. line to. !Eon

Clerk of Circuit Court Florida. N''J ot 8W\6 ot SE" ____ 2 I 22 20 Eli Orlffls ___________ 4.07SE" W Call 1 by St.: ,,8 nbrn Mitchell Cooksey. In NEH of NW beg%-___H___A_ 2 8 22 1 C. A. Toungblood ___ j 12
of Bradford County, ot NWN 200 fta
"7-H.5t.8-28 .x right\ of way _____ I 1U Sf R. H. Russell u____ 10.10 Addn to Starke __ _28 6 22 E. II. Smith -.......... 19 04 NW>4 or' NEW A, NV4 of 21 25

' N44 of NN% of SE ____ 9 8 U 10 Dullard R. Judd ___--. '.DS Com at NW Cor of Ban- VVO NWU of: A NWH of of SW'4.10 8 22 160 Unknown .. __________
NBH of
IC' Clf N'. .f NE'4 of BEY 5 6 U 111 Russell n. Judd __un_ 8.DS derion. Lan A Hogan SWVi "j
JHOTM'R' OF APPLICATIONFOR NWVi ___ _____. ___11 8 22
N).... ot NE'4 __ _______ 7 II 82 40 Adam Green _______ 4.\12 Alley A run N on said 8W74 II 3. G. KolI..r ----- 15 U
TAX ItRUIIN n cii or __________ _
12 8
Thir.h._______ 41.ft lane 63 ft. W 50 -- 32 10 Salvation Arm ___ "
211 JIIO Jerome
.. Me Hill Mo. 1M) SE44 __ ______ ___u_ 'I 8 l\i.y\ Air 84 of NWH W of
NOTICE< < IS HEREBY GIVEN W'4 ot NW'4* of NW'4 ___ 1 1 U 10 Adam Gre.n __________ 1." 61 ft to Hogan State Road No. 2H ex
1 thence E 50 ft to beg In
That R. U. Smith holder of Tax Certificate W'.' of SWS''N&,,1ot An Starke ------------31 8 22 Dr. E.: 1.. Blfgs .___.. 17.51 10 9-100 A deed Rosa
7th SW con of SW41a
No. 478 Issued the day 4 1 U 101 Jerome Thlra"h _____ "..23E' >ne lot com 50 ft W of Manning t'oUto.1rl'r 1909
of SE'4 of SW1.4. :
filed w5! ;
;' of A".u"tIA. D. 1938. has same .. NW Cor of Sanderson A ex 1 A tVoo .....12IWH 8 22 IS W. A. Jones ------- :6UM

I In for a tax and deed has made to be application Issued Wu" .of NWe' ot ot $!I'IE'4u''E'1 8 U III 1\Ira. Altar.Ua Ou.nu I.U Lane A, Hogan Alley A, All I BWH o* SW or SWViW of SWH___of_H I 11t 10 J. L. Harden A-,- Boni.IS .__


thereon. Said described certificate property embrace In I'IE.' F4.. ot NEV4,. .. _E5_____ot_10 8 U no Wm. E. Yarbrou..l1 U.8& 63 run ft.N117ft.W 55 ft W07ftS. 8 52Vs (t Ry ex 10 A In SW Cor.13 21 J. H. Lawrence._______ "
the following '' E 445 ft of
NBH Of liE! %
of SEti& to Hogan Alley thence -
the county of Bradford State of NW"t_ n NEu__of_.10 8 U .0 1\lr.. Alice Hllmphrey __ 21.85 E on said Alley 140 tt to of 8WH-7 A -_______--IS 1 S3 7 Unknown _._____ ;4

Florida to-wlt Half of Fouth-Wut W14 01NWy 0,$W45.n ____11 4 II 20 W. E. Yarbrough---- 4.n beg. in Stark _______.__28 8 21 r>r. E.: L. Blue ___... 20.15 '4 A In SB Cor of that portion

South of Nnrt!>.E..t Quar $14 ot NE'4 ot SWV4 ____ 1f 8 U 10 L. D. Bob.ln ______n__ 7.49 >ne lot of land In Starke of NEH of RBH lying -
N of
Quarter Ry being 48 ft
A 862 ft N A M by 210 ft
of
Half of South.Ea.t 'NWL
ler and West Section It Township S'1w of SE% orM Shy 111 8 U III Blanche I. Whitten u__ 1.68E'la E A W Bounded N by N&Sby: lit ft N&W ; .f
Quarter .. 2 St A, E by Sanderson Parallel with Ry ___IS 1 22 Peter Gaines ________

containing 1 South 100, acres Range more 21 or Eaet I.,... A In of FIE ICE'4 coy ot__SEtA__________111 8 U 20 B, W.t.on'' ________ 11.n Lane 0_ ___________.____28 (21 3. W. Harrell .__._____ 21.75 (EVi of NEt/Y&, EVi_ of 1
said W offly Com 315 ft E of NE Cor of NWH : _____ ___23 8 22 10 J. D. Thompson ---' ::25
of the prop. All NWV4, of SWIi .
arty The under assessment the said certificate Issued __-_--_JII 8 2. 0 H. H. Young ____.__n_ 4.28 Broadway A, Hoyt Sts A ;IVb IWV of of BWVi .... --____25 1 22 40 Leigh H. Pearsall __
of Unknown. All W. ot SW'4 E of R" run N105ft.N52u: ft. H SEJI.\v. BWH A 9441
was In the name ofNEy 105 ft, to Hoyt St. W W>; ____--____26 8 22 100 Leigh M. Peariall -.
1 Unless according said certificate I to a shall be redeemed "In' Sec.of SE 15 .. lea.a fracl 18 & afracl 61Vi" ft to beg In Starke.11 (11 Edna C. Lewi ._____ 1221 Lot 1 -_J!___________27 B 23 84 Leigh M. Pear-all .--. l', 1
::1I\h.p\ ladto : LOI.1. I. S 4 II 6 of Blk Lot 1 ----------U 8 22 Pear-all ---
erty described therein I of NE'4 of NE". 27 Leigh M. ,7
ofNWVS 13 In Oaskln Addn toStarke t 4 ------ e u Pear..U --.
fra..1 :: h -'" 1$1 Leigh M.
bidder at the court Sec. U a a r811
the hlgheet (22 1 Mr*. Onl Freeman .... '.0' 4 ex A 1n NE
house the flrt Monday In of NW'4 S.". n. S--------------U A, Lot""ex" is"A"on "E
: grof 1934 which all Nof Ry .x 11 AS&, Com at
the September, "'<>. all"
I. the 7th day of September 1914. E of pub road sold Saun non A Myrtle Btn A runS 34Is.--10'8/, era
Dated this 17th day of July 198&OFFICIAL I dare In Her. 22 ld-M-31-12..6 22 64 Rev O. A. Thrower __ 2S.15 on nlo St : ft. W Lot.". 12. n, .M.Fr".cl Leigh M.: rearsall
1
SEAL) 'A fro of EVt of SKVi Sec 210 ft, ft. Madl- I. 9. 4, 6. 8 or.
( I
A. J. THOMAS!! 16 A a free of NBU of non St.! thence E on said See -.-_- ____ 1 9 22 252 Leigh M. Pearull.11 : 88
Clerk of Circuit Court -<4 See 21 W of y- St 110 II to beg In Ga.kin. .- Lot. 1, 2. 1 .-_ -_- 9 41 141 Leigh M. Pearull

t1 County, Florida. 23 A _. l.-ll 6 22NW 22 Rev. O. A. Thrower ____ 179 I ddn to Starke-
?'1.nlIti.tlrra4tord 4 of NWVi! -___ __ 17 4 22 40 Jerom. Tblrsch .._.__ 1462 2 A ---------2$ (21 2 C. 8. Holtxeudorf _..__ 7.11 C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector Bradford County, Florida'T. -



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t6 CAfRCH- DIRECTORY I., "" r-- uniform breeding and pullorum- can grow ourselvesFor worthwhile to produce them right-

.\FTIST CHURCH Hints To Housewives> disease control Inasmuch aa the example. there's poultry and here in Florida

PST 8. Prlee. pastorscllool I .. '-\1 size of a flock la not so Important eggs We still send ",:SOOOOO out -- .
C
10 o'cJock a. m., I ;' letY AKFA under the plan as its quality information c>f the state annually for these
: I
Weekly from Home Demonstration Enough soil\ in washed and
SUJIThoDla.. .;upt. I \ about th.. four U. S products We send $4,600,000 of blown from fields of the United

) g ,"',- 11 a. m. I Specialists, TaUohiiMev Breeding Stages applies to horn our money to other states for poultry States every year to fill a train of
"t !D all well as to commercial flocks.In and eggs) when we could pro
0 7 is: p m. freight cars long enough to reach,
f. Worship, T:30: p. na. i FOR BETTER POtTUTRV I Florida the plan Is being administered duce every chicken and every egg around the. earth nineteen times at
!JIg Wedne, iI State workers In we need for outseIves and our visitors the
?Teacber, Meeting: I As moat farm women expect to by cooperation equator.
: make a little cash Income from with the Bureau of Animal right here

1. 1:1: :> P rayer service, Weod.week Is !! selling chickens and and Industry under the direction And $237.000: of good Florida
Suzy rescued from her Irate eggs 1
"Oh the Inspiration at last*" ,I possibly chicks of Berley Winton and P. B. Zum. money goes out of the state annually
baby have
8 P landlady by the two strange she asked they a
!day m.-- young eagerly practical interest In the of bro, who are the Federal coordin for sweet cream when our
spread
men she has hulled In her d
Church spera- "Not exactly but with you there the National ators. dairies should be producing and
Poultry ImprovementPlan
letb041'1 tion. take her
to the
They
LB M Montgomery Pastor. because' she racesami .. -why didn't I think of It before'?! to thirty-four states of which Poultry breeders and hatchery- selling It here. Florida milk Is as

Re'daY scbool-10 a. m.- Bloorm the places Terry You are my lucky piece. With you Florida Is one. men who participate In the plan good milk aa one can get. but evidently .if 4a
wager on home,
a. m. wrong there-just you and me In the big we are not producing ... .
Worshlp-l1 This and follow the prescribed methods TM Itl. .r.Arl.e
yorning she Is the richer by twenty pounds.. voluntary plan was developed ...... .
m.Dg silent plant. I'm sure It will come of such termsas enough sweet cream.L. ,
x.eague-1:3O: p. production use
may
lie Is by of the .
rtb deeply attracted to her and representatives poul- foal .oe with
to me. "U. S. Certified M.\ Rhodes, state marketing. ... .... .
v Worship, 8 p. m. she likes him. Alan she Is try industry and the Bureau of An- "U. S Approved, ,ti Qiy ts.To. I
Impressed ._ ..... .
I Jorar.. inv'ted to all these servo by the fact that he has saved Tve got It, he cried suddenly, imal Industry of the U. S. Department ," and so on. In advertising commissioner says we ship $100- _. .r t._..,.... I
swinging her around. "You've turned their breeding stock hatching 000,000 worth of agricultural pro .... RtO..r ..
of
i* four hundred pounds and plans to the trick. Only a few weeks now Agriculture to establish eggs and chicks. The plan Is Intended ducts from Florida to other states { _-.. ......

l'1''Nbyterian Church leave the factory where he worksto Suzy and you II see It ready for ors, but Just then--Mrs! Schmidt to protect producers from every year. lie also says, Incidentally a.n. r

George H. Lowry Minister perfect an Invention which he the market. I saw him. The strangers did not unscrupulous competition and en- that we Import $50,000

far Oo Y m Sabbath SchooL says will bring him u fortune.___ "Oh Terry, that's too turn, he saw only their backs. But able buyers to know more: accu- 000 worth of agricultural products .

IjjOO A M.Morning Worship; ful. You don't know how wonder-I Mrs. Schmidt came toward the rately the merits of hatchery products from other states." A great percentage I II

the pastor. CHAPTER THREE "Yes I do, dear" he door and opened It To his surprise and breeding stock offered of that $50,000,000 worthof I

rjwllpl' Young Peoples VeaL ily. "And as for me---It Isn't Just she was beaming on him: for sale. products that we get from other u

Service Suzy was young but she was the invention; it's this"-he drewa I "Why you neffer tell me you This Is the first year that far- states can be produced right hereIn

I1 m. -Evening Worship. wise beyond her years. She knewIt paper from his pocket. "I got ibis know German?" she asked. mers and poultrymen have been FloridaIt

P- uti;; Church would be better for her and for marriage license the other day and "Veil anyway, this Is a lucky able to buy chicks and breeding Is well worthwhile to think

jeuood' c Terry especially for TerryIfshe promised myself I'd-ask you not night for us-just got a big order. stock of the U. S. Breeding Stages, about all the money we so ml to

I uTl. O- Hemingway, Pastor returned to her old lodgings. to let It go to waste when I knew It viII make us a fortune." based upon systematic classification other states for products we can

Lrvlces every Sunday. Bible :Airs. Beggs was so fawning In her I had something real to offer you. "How lucky for me? I'm fired. In of breeding flocks. Most ; produce here. It la wen more

'jY 10'i-s a m Services at 3:3 cordiality that Suzy .was surprisedat 1 You will marry me, won't you, case you remember." chicks of the U. S. Breeding --- -

(clock m afternoon. first until she discovered that I Suzy'" "Ach you silly boy. You take Stages will, In addition, be from

BAPTIST CIIUIICHB Terry had paid out of what he called Suddenly all the actor In her left me and my temper too seriously. flocks tested for pullurum disease "
"
BETHEL\ L ,\. Donnley Pastor I her winnings, not only the' Suzy She Just couldn't go through I Come back tomorrow-for a long (bnclllary white..diarrhea. ). 1 1t

Services every first Sunday. time I think Terry should have ---- -

2:30 m. I more money. In the morning come
] School, : p.
Sunday to and fix It ?" RURAL
Service right me we -yes
I Bible Study and Prayer got this marriage license
night the other day-you won't let I "Anybody see you or you anybody -
Saturday SENSE
Jury it go to waste-you will marryme 'I' ?" asked Terry when he Joined COMMON WHAT MORECould

Christian Church won't you Suzy?" Suzy
First JOHNSON
\V. T McGuire Pastor "They didn't see me, but I saw By SPUDS You Ask? 1
jtev. rI,
them didn't get a good look at
School, 10 a. m.
Btble the man, but I saw the woman and t'I..ORln.MlTST KEEP
I Communion, 11 a. in.I
: was she beautiful Looked like a AT TASK IF SIIK Is!* t ,
I Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
duchess or something? What on TO REDUCE IMPORTS I
Wednesday 7:3: < Tires
I Prayer meeting 30,000 Mile on
earth was she sneaking into the -

p. m. Second and Fourth factory for?" It's not a new story, but It's certainly <

Preaching As "I can't make It out," said Terry a true onethis story about "'-' ''POULTRY Noose
l) a m. and 8 p. m.
>mdaya
"You see they were talkingIn Florida buying great quantities of FARM BUH.DINO

Marks Episcopal Church 3, German and I don't know a products from other states that ProvenRuggedReliableCoupes5edan.Truck. FREE-BIG *..4 COUFOH TO*
St. r. word of It. But what's the differ- can be* raised by our own people. OAT f.. be aa.n..
on second, fourth and It....... loch
Service look Sara
1 ,. ence? We're driving straight to a The story was told several yearsago. 1 MOSSY
I'.Xb Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. Ofd.t laoll.c |M
friend of mine this It has been and continues to
and choir practice at clergyman so b.r... pcnltrr s.4 l.rai klldl0flLDIIICT
Litany license won't go to waste." be emphasized by the Ltve-At- ZION rACTOST-rUKJtrt
:,30 o'clock on Friday nights pre aJ Mrs. Schmidt answered the anxious Home program of the State Agricultural .Para 5... I. ,., **clMI Ik* PMMIi
Sunday services. .k..suid i.e.
eediDg look the faces of her callers Extension Service. Under
on .. ,
Full UM A SIN C atW MiMllaa. f IM| ,
when she returned to the office by this program, Florida has become Sldlaa ud Shinto* Au kdads
Graham Christian ChurchRev vl l/ I shaking her head. Then she wrote more self-sustaining, has cut downto am* MylM to pink Inm. SoM M TO* atoTOTUf

C C. Johns, Pastor something on a card and withouta some extent the quantity of FOR SALE BY IOMOTT ptiM. rUIQKtfAID.
second and fourth Sun.
Service and 8 I word handed it to them. They goods she buys from other states C.oU> U M ir.mmimtt U wteuato f
jiyj, 11 a. m p. m. 3 I nodded silently. by producing them right here. Henry A. McCIellan I.., w i M. (ml ...ts.M TOOAT
Bible School every Sunday p.m. N rasa
> w a.a.e..a
Service every Sunday night i 8 amount she was In arrears, but a with It. For her, It would be alright .I I "Terence Moore 36 Isllng But we must keep at it- keep WILLYS DEALER AVANHAn PENCE AND MOOnMOl CO.

p m. month's rent in advance. It wouldn't be fair to Terry Street" was what she had written. telling and keep thinking about 901 Main StreetJACMSONVIi.LE tapl.T.I.S OTOMuh,Qcv

Prayer meeting i Wednesday There was a letter waiting for "Terry," she said earnestly. "Us. (Next week: Susy sew the mysterious that story and keep working to FLA. Pt FWIa 96 .npl Paid. woman fm'eto face again produce what we need If we are to
Bnlght her, from Malzle. There was a ten to me listen carefully. I think Or WriteSoutht"
that night and dailies In horror continue reducing the amount of
: away
money order In it and a sugges- you are the finest man In the world
with send out to other states Distributors Etr
from the catastrophe money we "' Willys
Paris at and it's an awful temptation to
tion that she come on to 0....
which she Is faced.) for the food and other crops we 234 1.t"lU'htrAUanta, Jaw
once. She was singing In another say 'yes' but I'm not going to say; -A1I1

BOB JONES cafe and If it wasn't the best In It. I'd planned to, really. Don't be<

the city, at least it was better than too shocked but I must tell you the

Comments On Here the first one. Also, she had spokento truth. You deserve it. But nowI
the proprietor and he had agreedto see I can't do itfor I don t love 1

And Hereafter take Suzy. Just two days before you. I'd be doing It Just because .r ev

Suzy would have been elated without you I'd be alone in i estrange

and, off by the first train and boat city, struggling along to< I,
According to a press story which for Paris. But now there wasn't keep alive. You deserve Better than T

:i* writer read recently a certain : a moment's hesitatlon. that, Terry." ,

western college made a survey of "Thanks a heap, but I think it "That's my business," Terry's

the co-eda to find out their Ideao better to stay here. Things takinga voice was almost rough. "How do

(values This Is the report. The turn In right direction. Will you know whether you love me or

oo-edS placed love and affection write particulars soon. Love. not? You're hardly more than i a PER DOLLAR! I.

drat health second; economic security Usually Suzy was a girl of her child. It Isn't Just that I have love

third: home fourth; children word and she honestly meant to enough for both of us and to spare..

fifth beauty sixth; the outside write Malzle all that was happen- But I'm a conceited bloke and I'D

world seventh; fashions eighth;; ing but she was too busy and too willing to take a chance on your 10% to 15% more miles per gallon That's guest of your Ford Dealer and aee for yourself I

youth ninth; recreation tenth; deli excited to sit down and write., being crazy about me. So, my noble< what today's stock Ford V-8's are showing over what a Ford V-8 will do? We invite you to take
li! to serve others eleventh; and "

"Uglon twelfth. Comment upon There couldn't was write something Malzie frankly.else. She She young-They had been so engrossed li previous Ford V-8'. in public gasoline tests now a ride with us. YOUR FORD DEALER d

:1118: survey should not be neces- could tell her what a fine young each other that they had not heard being run by Ford Dealers. The test cars are

ary, The emphasis of Jesus re- how much she a door below open or heavy steps oil added between
man Terry was, equipped with a see-for-yourself glass gallon jug Many owners report no regular
traea the order. He puts Cod the stairs.
liked and admired htm. But something mounting I
Int. He taught that if God had that anybody check the results. changes Low delivered prices. Upkeep
In her would not let her tell "Who Isa dere?! It was a worn to can

first place every other relation- the one real friend she had In the an's voice calling In gutters. tone. Wouldn't you like to make a teat run as the costs greatly reduced by exchange parts plan.
Alp in life would be absolutely "'
the
world that she was deliberately "It's Mrs. Schmidt owner
i right. No wonder the world Is In planning' to marry hIm That gasped Terry In a whisper. "Hide< .I

t mesa No wonder there Is turmoil wouldn't have been so bad if she there In that dark corner. I'll get :.

! and strife. The problems of were In love with him. She wasn't rid of her In a minute."
the world will never be solved un- model as I If
Half In play, half in earnest Terry bent over the .rtE R
U men and women have an appre- when she was alone she would rehearse working on It, until the door tithe

totUm be of real values. God must a sceen she would play with room opened and Mrs. Schmidt Vf. ,
put fIrst.
she had decided entered.
Terry She would say ,
.
I the beat thing to do was to "So, it Iss you" she shouted,,

"A questionnaire sent to 436"misters go back to New York, she would I "coming into my factory after !

in Chicago netted the tell him she would never forget all hours, wasting my lights and my PER DCLLA: :

Mowing results: Twenty per cent : his kindness to her, his caring for power and my machinery on your

doubt or deny the Trinity; twenty- her when she was hungry, she own silliness." b

at lJQe per cent deny the virgin birth : would let her eyes grow misty and "But I didn't think you'd mind, Only V-8 car below $1645 (The 8 other Unique RoadablUty-Torque-tube drive,

Christ sixteen per cent deny she would ask In a choked voice if Mrs. Schmidt said Terry with his axles free action all 4 '
His from $1275 for the radius rods brace both on
it ii
bodily resurrection; thlrty- he would kiss her Just once, for most disarming smile "And American V-type cars cost

eight per cent deny our bodily resurrection goodbye before she sailed away, my own time and I thought" V-12 Lincoln-Zephyr up to $6750.) wheels-without sacrifice of strong front axle. ..

; thirty-three per centdeay never to see him again. It wouldbe "You thought. Now I tlnk and

that the Old Testament pro- very touching and she knew vat I link, I say. Dat Iss-you gel Super-Safety Brakes-more stopping surface Easy-handling shockless steering, easy-

Piets could fortell; and thirtytwof ,. what the outcome would be. Terry out and stay"out. DIs very minute for car weight than any other car below $3195. acting brake and clutch, silent helical gears In '

cent deny that God ever pertorn let her She would You're fired.
would never go. all in the transmission. :
a miracle. The only fact on have comfort and security and love. "Very well. Mrs Schmidt, If that Centerpoise Riding Comfort on springbase speeds
"
which they" were agreed la that all the days of her life. She knew Is the way you feel about It, said. almost a foot longer than wheelbase with all Safety Glass all around at no extra cost. .,
2f exists. The writer has a degree -i that was one of those who Terry. "I'll just pack this contraption
of respect for a man about !I would Terry be faithful until death. -" passengers seated forward of the rear axle. Only Large tires, separate luggage space 112" wheel-

bWs who Is blatant Infidel and' "You vlll not-not now. Tomorrow all body-types. f fI
a There was no need to rush the Centerpolse Ride car below $1275. base and 123" springbase on
" frank about It. He has noth- little scheme. It was good for themto you come for It, get any
I
lag but contempt for any man who become comrades and with pay coming to you and data the
stands In the "FEEL" OF V-8 PERFORMANCE GET THE FACTS ON V-8 ECONOMYI '
pulpit and gets paid day she knew Terry loved end. GET THE I
for every
injecting doubts Into the minds "Very well." he answered. :

"tie people about the fundamenof her Once more.or-twice she asked him "And go out de front way.-not I

of Christianity. If Jesus sollcltlous. if he wasn't the back."
really
Drlet was not born of a virgin. too much time with her, He started toward the door, as Jj"

S'n.the Bible lied about Hla spending his Invention. She knew she went Into her office He won- I
neglecting
birth
If Jesus she was so excited and
Christ did not rise dered why
from the by the way his face lighted up .1.. .....r' ... d/s .Ft.n J Rich, beautiful new interior
dead then Paul taught when he mentioned It, how much it Insisted on his leaving so quicklyand _".a..p ,At.f.,.. d I
:e have no hope. If the Old Testa- him. He Insisted that he by the front way. He whispered ea..ed.f. ,All..:::- ap/iaialmtntt in all
meant to vial. /
prophets could foretell. to Suzy to down quietly and art / body typtt!See them odor
thellt not go ,
that in Inventing -r
lesus' Christ our Lord put His had struck alinaI' -- else, hard wait for him in the car parked :, :::::::;:: ;:: I
as In everything C.nmw.e-
It approval upon their false claims. not everything that around the corner. He would be I .ae. ...-. $25 A MONTH
ww work was
then 'nd not perform miracles sometimes there must be a flash of down in a minute. He switchedoff I after down-payment, buy

hi- old and Nest Testaments and one could not force I the lights and shut the door any new Ford V-A under

ire fabrication of lies. What this that.inspiration One could only wait for it I with a bang. Then he waited in : lf<:C }j% a month finance.

odantry needs Is a rugged Chris- and recognize It when It came. the: shadows--why he didn't know, .I 1 pln Prices from SSI9
1&111 conscience. these mlnlster- the but he couldn't resist the Impulse.
talked much about 1 .y' F.O.B. Detroit. Standard
tof He never ,'
fidels he heard stepsstealthy .a
wish form a brotherhood his .Jays Almost Immediately ;
he spent estrti.
and factory where comingup ,r ,,/ ucccotory group
build their own eccle las- her that he knew steps they were "
tell
tkai
machinery, they have that except to everything there was to I the back stairs. A man and a
tight under of practically entered. He could see only
our American form She hadn't woman
HTMmment, but they have no know about buttons.about It.-a factory 1 that the man wore a chauffeur's -

ehuiVto remain In our orthodox much curiosity Interesting. Then uniform and that the woman was ;

mtoe: 1" and little by little' under- didn't night sound while very they were eating beautifully dressed. They went Into FORD v-a

the foundatlons upon which one suddenly: Mrs. Schmidt s office. -
said
he
punt churches have been dinner, Idea. Let's drive over He crept quietly toward the door, ,
"I have an that stood on a chair and looked in
think maybe -
-- --+ to the factory. I the transom. He saw Mrs.
through
jjj* trend of thing which has been bothering me letters from
world orange proof Schmidt take some
double quick
I.1 ta upward say the Bureau can be. figured out In the safe and give them to the vtl-

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I lUll WHEREAH.under th" 'thLegislature' ,,iii.-ttlutlon, '' of 1986, '>r i j Je-th"n, ,.,.wlt, : must:! heh./, I;' ,_
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p.' '11. in/ The Legislature l l hall ''n
>f the Slate uf Florida) did pass two < >"ii of a bet-; h'
Joint Resolution-i p i oposlng .amendments have power to tabllnh, alter or In", ,""""
1877MEM.BER to the ,'""..ttutlon of the aholixh I a Municipal I I corporation to H t{ r"h;" !,, r
CLASSIFY State of Florida. .mid the same wars he known a* the t'lty of Key Wet AA,
rit ::'- ; agreed/ to by a vote. of thru fifth extending territorially throughout .
.. .rted eachhoune the present limits of Monroe County .
n, HI'"UK1.1 KTeeretarr. of all the m ml *r* e! to ID'I"T.. V
FLOR1DAPRESSASsOC1AflON\ that the votes on said' JointCtrMOlutianii In the place nf any or all county In ,
I 1At4 Florid Pr.... ...*". were entered upon their. district/ municipal and local government I 1''It.. .iSS, ': ,
.c L \ 1935 L I respeetlv. JnnrnnlH.I with the yeas *, boards, bodies and officer : tl 1 ?
.. end: nay thereon and they did :de- *, constitutional or statutory, : d. ,. "
-" ::i'4twcw 'J .t.j said lea-lclatlve, executive, judicial, or administrative the hl..h@M ''II II
: You know I thought ['d get away .r"ln. and direct that the theJurisdiction. I ... 111" to b.
hall d..o
prescribe
,. _. Joint Resolutions b* MUbnpltted to and "" 11" 'II, _, ''h.:
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while
-- -- from Florida for a by dutle and M,
--- politics the lectors nf the State at the General power n.olllh..f 5 1'1" ,. ",
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bi-i11a; ; Weekly on Fridays and Entered an Second Class aaeakln' up here to Cleveland, but Klortlon In November 18.10. function of such municipal corporation. : Olltl'd the 11h dmv .., "J".nlh't':"t: I'!.
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executive judicial I :
Its legislative this ,
th ,,
A 1
NOW T1IKKKFORE I. H. ,
: 'Pi Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I gueaa It Juat can't be done. You Secretary: of State of; the AKt'.: of and administrative/ .. department !>'FU'IAI. ,:.\I.,\ r 1'1',,;
of'readln'the and It. board, bodies and officers A ,I I'T ,
see, I formed the habit Florida do hereby vivo notion that a I, "I 1-
divide the territory Included (' ,
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1N E.: L. Matthews __ __ __ ___ -Editor and Owner!I most papers Florida a editors long time beln'ago naturally and- I ida will on I he Tuesday held In ,,m tarn>xt county nucrttedlnir in Flor-. I ihe In district such I municipality, and to prescribe Into subordinate aJust ::. I I ::
.
_. and reasonable system of taxa-
-- -- kind and thoughtful have been first Monday In .Vuvember A. D. 1956 -
the tion for Much municipality and dltrlcts *- -
the said Tuenrt.iy being
_ bI : SUBSCRIPTION RATE aendln' me copies of their papers to I'M Hit lAT .>F *OKHRtOII'or ; and to fix the liability of

i lI_ Yearly $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance keep me from gettin' lonesome. lie' the Maid ratification Joint RenoliitlonN or rejection pro|>onna of- such Bonded,municipality and other indebtedness and .districts. .,,- I
Then on top of that, It la aurprls- amendment** to the Constitution littlngat. the time of the eetahlishment EXAMPLES
vtJ Advertising: Rates on Application In' how many Floridians you find if the State nf Florida. via of such municipality, shall be of our
.. .. A JOINT RISflL.l1TitNProposin.c enforceable oniy against propertytheretofore
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here. just
-- ncmeln' 'round up to Amend .Her-tion :3 i of the taxable therefor. The
can't tell who'll turn up next. I Article Xlir of the Ponrtltutlon. of Legislature .shall from time to time,
By RED KERCE the State of Florida. Relating to determine what portion of Maid municipality BLUE RIBBONVALUE
i Last week Ken Ballinger of the Pro 'I..lon.. for the Air"'". Infirm, la a rural area, and a
I homestead In such rural area shall
and Pnfortunflielie
: : We have about come to the conclusion that all the things Miami Herald blew In and it was I It ReMAlveil Hr The l.ea l.lntnrer not be limited a* If In a city or
no time at all before we was dish- .. The M..... ..r PlnrlilaiThnt town. Such municipality may exerelse -
which can't happen have. in' large gobs of political stew. Hectlon of Article Xtll of all the power of a municipal
4 up the t-onntltutlon "f the state of Florida corporation and shall. also be recognized -
: o Then Henry Hudson of the Titus- relating. to Provlnlonn for the a* one of the legal political
Advocate A.crt, Infirm ned I'nfortunate, I he divisions of the State with the duties
ville Star comes along
_____ ; It's not so bad to live a hand-to-mouth exfstence[ if the and the name I In hereby amended, and obligations of a county and 'INS
and Joins the party. The Townsend and a.. amended. I.. air reed to and shall be entitled to all the power,
i 4 hand always gets that far. picnic brought another gangof Html, be euhmlttpd to t the electors. of right and privileges' Including rep.rexentatlon .
the State of Florida at the next o-en- In the State Legislature,
: o Florida folks up here and the i-i'itl' election to he held on the first which would accrue to It If It werea
first place they head for when they Tumidav after thf first. Monday In county. All property of Monroe AIGi'
It's such hot weather, Bradford County is expected to hit town Is the Florida Exhibit. November U S I. for ratification or County and of the municipality In
rejection; xaId Hoctloii a of ArticleXIII ttnld county shall vest In such mu .
i wear a light vote next Tuesday. Well, from what I see in the papers n. ameicVd, shall rend RH follow 'nicipal corporation when established
*: a* herein provided The offices of
and from the home
_ 0- : gather Section 3. The respective coun- the rierk of the Circuit Court and
folks who drop in on ua, it appears U... of the State fhall provide In the Sheriff .shall not be abolished but
: Chinese drunks wonder if their next shot will come from hat Mr. Pepper Is rid in' to glory manner nrencrlbed. by law for I thone the Legislature. may prescribe. the
of the Inhabitant who by reason. of time when and the method by
rice wine or a Japanese machine gun.o without any competition and will a.... Infirmity 01 misfortune may which such office shall be filled
have .plalniM the .aid and ttymr and the compensation 1 to he paid to
H ft. ______ ______ be changln' his address to the Senate I uthy r of society upnn, provided however such officer and may vest In them
Office Bulletin' In Washington the. LegrlMature. may by general law additional power. and duties. No

"The little things in life count.-Old adage. Aw heck ; along about the first of the year. HVMteni provide for for such a uniform I hpiiefttn.. and state-wide appropriate county office with shall. be another. abolished. office orconsolliliiteil

and we didn't even know a redbug could talk.0 As far as I'm able to determine, money therefor; but no mtchKeneral without making provision for the
: the idea of havln' Claude Pepper I law shall. provide benefltK. performance of all State ditties. now
., t K ---- to any person whn shall not have or hereafter prescribed by law to bepeSFormed A
_ 1 J for one oc our senators seems to set been a resident of the state of Florida by pitch county offlr.r.Nothln" .
1 g i "Isn't the blonde passing?" asks a physician. Never just about right with everybody. In I for a period' of five yearn. continuously contained. herein .shall at.
t next preceedlnv hi appll- feet Section 20 of Article" III of the
4 fact, most folks seem to feel that cation therefor Hhall pitch Constitution of the State of Florida
; again say that unless you can point out which way doc. |I nor general .
he was elected two years ago. and I law provide for benefit to any except a* to Much provisions therein
solely account of who a* relate to regulating the Jurisdiction -
o person oil age' !
are glad to see him In line for the nan not attained the age of nlxty- and duties nf any. class of officers -
; Every often read of her job now without havln' to quarrel five yearn, ,; Provided further that to .summoning. and Impanelling"
so you a society girl marrying where by any law of the United grand and petit Juries, to assessingand
I chauffeur. At least he will be used to taking orders. with anybody about It. Of course State, a lesser or different periodof collecting taxes. for county pur.
the Republicans will probably residence, age or citizenship shall poses and to regulating the fees and 1
to in his l>e fixed In order for the State of compensation oteounty officer No I week
D snort around and try get .law the up-a
Florida to participate In any Federal authorizing establishing or
: 4 hair next November, but I ImagIne grants that intffht he made for abolishing of such Municipal corporation -
p And as one paragrapher puts it, "God take care of the
you'll have a mighty hard time pitch purpoiteH. the Legislature may pursuant to this Section
prescribe such requirement' a* to shall become operative or effective
1 ))1 rich, the poor feel perfectly at home sleeping on a fire es- flndln' anybody sappy enough to citizenship aye urn) ,residence an wit] until approved by n majority of the GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY / / /
r : bet on a Republican candidate- I... consistent, with and not In conflict qualified electors participating, In
: cape.
with flirt Federal Law." an election held In Maid county. but Slae Price per week ,.
Uf mutter what the odds. Approved, Juit* 4. 1935. MO long a* such municipal corpora I, i
Mr. Carlton. It seems Is gonna tion exists. under this Section the

;f Whether elected or not, the Republicans are busy con- have to do a bit of arguin' but so f A JOINT HE.SOr.t'TION the Legislature law Huthorlilntr may amend the. same or extend with- 30x3 CI 460

V' ;U atructing a platform on which they expect to sleep after No- far It don't appear it'a gonna be Proposing VIII of an the Amendment t'onxtltutlon to of Article the out* referendum unless the Legislative to the qualified act providing voter -

enough of a fight to draw much of State of Florida. Relative to Cities for such. amendment. or extension 4.40.21 510
________ vember. and Count.... '
a crowd. One or two folks been i shall provide for Much refer-
.
Be It He ol.e -0 tryin' to tell me that Mr. Andrews I if The Slate of .Florida Approved. June 4, 1935. 540 1'
of Orlando i Is stronger than he'sgiven That the following Amendment to
_ If you ever expect to see your diploma from the school of Article VIII of the Constitution of 4.75.1' 590
credit for beln' and may foola the state of Florida relative to rltI. The votes cast In compliance with '
1 experience you'd better buy a tombstone and have it inscribed lot of folks by bouncing a stiff len and counties to be numbered Raid proposed. amendment, and the V -
Section 10 of .ald Article VIII. be canvass. declaration and return 5.00.1t! 630
before you die. right on Mr. Carlton's jaw, but and the name IN hereby agreed to thereof shall be subjected to the
I've known Doyle a long time and and shall be. submitted to the elector same. regulations and restrictions
o of the State at the leneral a* are provided by law for general 5.25.1& 700 World's greatest low price
; I I'm telltn' you. he is a mighty hard Election to be held on the First elections] In the State of Florida
A new party game is called "suppressed ambitions". It man to stop. While I'm well aware : IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF tire. Big, Husky, Thick'

l .. works out all right unless somebody's suppressed ambition is of the fact that Mr. Baer fooled problems of the state as a whole hand I have and hereunto affixed the set Great my Other sizes iq propartio Standard Speedways. Cen

i r to kick the hostess. everybody by knock out Mr. and better still- -they are men we at Seal Tallahassee of the State the of Florida.Capital, terTraction Tread.

( ''V Louis, you don't want to lose sight can trust. this the let day of August
o I of the fact that Mr. Andrews ain't -. A. D. 1936. V

I ;: g A scientist finds that the eight muscles in the jaw exercise Mr. Baer and Mr. Carlton ain't Mr. Every"8tate"tn the Union has a I (SEAL) R. A. tRAY

i a force of nearly half a ton. Everytime our wife tells us Louis. national guard; or Its equivalent. .'7lat.tO30Hall's Secretary "' StuI..
c Of course as a prognosticatorI'll
_ to move a piano, we believe it. I admit I'm a TOTAL LOSS. But I II.:_____ -V 'c_.. n'_ r- .-

r II you know when a fellow forms the

j: The :Miami\ Beach Sun gets hardboiled and says that suicide -, habit of stlckin' his neck out,. It's
mighty hard to break. So here I
I
is just another way of running out on creditors. One of am at It again! But this political Grocery

: the most complete ways, we should say. prognosticate kind of gets In a

t o guy's blood. and in predictln' the
of Mr. and Mr.
success Pepper
"The Sahara Desert is moving south at the
rate of one Carlton, It looks like an excellent

mile every two years," according to a scientist. Better late chance to get my reputation back. MARKETAND

# than never-Spend Your Vacations in Florida. After takin' the rap on the gov

;;y j'p ernor's race along with Mr. Tra-
cey (who sank without Trace),
V V According to Fred T. Morrow "I'll bet my socks on Lan- Mr. Ballinger, Mr. Hartley Mr.

t k don and Knox." We hope Mr. Morrow doesn't get'corns wear I Hanton and a few other lesser LUNCH BUY NO TIRES BEFORE=

; ing shoes without socks in the near future. lights, I made up my mind I'd quit
this hit or miss prognosticate and

j'ir' : o go Into It on a scientific basis, so YOU COME IN AND SEE OUR

A statistician has figured that America is thirty-six billion I've been makin' a study of the I NEAR SEABOARD STATION-BERRY MARKET

c. dollars in the hole. To go in the hole more slowly we subject and while I'm not yet
ready to announce myself as a
', should wait for the one the relief men are.digging. "professional" I've worked out a CASH SPECIALS UNBEATABLEVALUES

_ 0._ system that I'm usin' on this Senate

; Republican publications race and as far as.! can see III
I are busy comparing Alf Landon's

V initials with those of Abe Lincoln. It's fool proof. FLOUR 24 Lbs. _ 69c
_
That rumbling sound is Here's how it works: I ask the h __ _V __ _

probably the latter's corpse turning over in its grave. first ten people I meet on the I

- tt o street "Who's" gonna win the Senate MUSTARD, Quart .. .. _ __ 9c
? and then tabulate their
l race
_ With all their shrewd I
and
ways means of cheating old answers. Then I send out 100

',,, I'' Id, mother nature, still the biggest problem to face mankind is questionnaires and get back fifteen PRINCE ALBERT, Can _ __ lOc
earning enough to answers and I tabulate them. ThenI
money pay a grocery bill, or inventing an

4 appetite remover. Ballinger see In the says papers so and where so, or Carl Ken RIB BEEF STEW, Lb. _. _ __ ._ 9c -AfI

o Hanton remarks such and such ao

., tV ; 4 A naturalist points out that 2,800 years are required to I I add or subtract accordingly. Then ROUND STEAK, Lb. V_ __ __ _ 20c
: c build seven inches of by the simple process of taking
top-soil. Try to impress this on Junior any number from one to ten, dividing -

: and maybe he will leave the top-soil where it is and not bring it by the wave length of the CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, Lb. ._ 12c

; it all into the house: on his feet. nearest amateur radio station and

multiplying the number of flys ona
% t: o sheet of tanglefoot I can quicklyand LARD; Best Compound, 4 Lbs. _ 46c III

: The daily papers told about a young girl who killed her accurately tell just how many

c' J mother in an argument because votes a given candidate may be
supper was late. The mother SPAGHETTI or MACARONI 3 Pks lOc
j ahead or behind. Of course I protect ,
might still be alive if she had
I not spoiled her daughter and myself by explalnin' that my

4 # made her form- the habit of helping with supper. prognostication isn't good on Sat- COFFEE, Pure Ground, 2 Lbs. __ __ __ ..25c

o urdays, Sundays or holidays, or
after A P. M. on days of Issuance. I

'I Every time Uncle Sam spends a dollar he takes! in forty haven't got a patent on the systemso BACON, Best White, Lb. V V 16c
cents, an exchange tells us. Yes, but while Uncle Sam adds if you want to try It out go

i his forty cent profits together the taxpayers are too dern right ahead. You have my permission
ONIONS Fancy Texas 3 Lbs. lOc
-only I want It understood .
:ti : : busy trying to earn the dollar to go with it. that I positively assume no re.ponalbiUty } ALLPATHFINDER
'

"--r: "One tribe of South African 0 natives believes the body has But puttin'. the stopper back In CORN FLAKES, 2 Packages .. 15c 6 I :ta D) WEATHER/ World's first ohoio

the: banana oil bottle: There's one .Ii.
k three souls : one in the head, another in the stomach and the want to remember and tlro for economy
thing we SYRUP, Pure Ga. Cane 1 Gal. __ 35c Largest Mltbic Hr. .. earth .Sie. PriM.... ..odI
'. third 1 in the big toe. -Newspaper filler. Pity the poor things ; that la the little matter of who we h ___!S'lt, _rrlg.ggjuili 610

to think they aren't civilized send to Washington to representus 3030
enough to prove they aren'tcrazy. 4.50-21 8Oo 650
V In the United States Senate Is Vegetable and Tomato Soup, Can Sc 4.75-19 840 4.40-21 760
a question that deserves a lot of 4.75-W
,iqV o downright serious thought. Considering "5-17 970 5.00-1 82o
_ PORK & BEANS 16-oz. Can .Sc 5-5*" SI.10 900I.lNHI
: Some experts claim that machines create jobs instead of the problems that face US-IS
our government today. It la our __ 1.22 154-17 990_
-t i destroying them. Sounds logical. We've noticed that it U_ ..... -
duty to send the moat able and In- fe *?,?_ Otkar aln .hi __
i x usually takes Mom and Pop and a couple of kids to get the telligent men we can find. We BELL BREAD, Fresh Daily, 3 loaves 25c

_ i t'-la juice out of an orange with one of those new-fangled can.traption. need statesmen not politicians
,' level headed men who can be depended CATSUP Bottle
__ 14-oz. lOc
n .... / .
upon to think as well as

1 pi talk.: We don't want any boat-

i At the age of eighteen a New York girl has already mar Cockers or crack-brained radicals. TRY OUR DELICIOUS SANDWICHESWe Register Motor Co.
It seems to me that Claude and
$_ ,- ried become mother had stage been
a a career, divorced, become
Doyle measure up mighty well and
Meet All Other Cash rices.
r engaged again and has attempted suicide. And, Mr. they will represent Florida in a ,

"it Pitkin. we suppose at forty she will begin to live her second manner that will bring credit to FREE DELIVERY STARKE FLORIDA'r
V themselves and to the state. They're .
-V : ,j childhood, eh?
both big men. familiar with the
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