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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TEMPORARY MONEY HOLC LOANS HEREGOVERNMENTAL AGENT GIVES HINTS ON,HANDLING ONLY MISSINGPENSION 3 COUNTIES BOARD CITIZENS HERE




BUDGET SHOWS HAS HELPED COUNTY SEVERALIN AGENCY AS COTTON-- PICKING, TIME-NEARS-- TO GET PROGRAM UNDER EXPECTED WAY TURNS DOWN\ MAY VOTE IN

Throw Out Stained Or OCTOBER 1
INCREASE Residents of) Bradford County Tells Planters To Take

received a total of $37,532: from the Damaged Locks Out All Short Only three counties remain to FARM MARKET NATIONAL POLL
Home Owners' Loan Corporation appropriate funds for the Federal
during the three year period of refinancing Before GinningCotton ; Staple Stalks Governments old age pension plan
Pension Fund Largest : operations which termin- before the program becomes effective -I i --

New Item For ated last June, according to the Is already being pickedin Now that Bradford- County's Sea Conrad Van, liyning, commllt-I I Business Men Fail Electors Urged To

final figures furnished Walter some sections of the county, Island cotton crop is nearing ma- sioner of the State Board To Get Project Clip Ballot And
Next Year I Hawkins State Director for the and County Agent T. K. McClane turity, the following suggestions, Welfare, announced this week. I
.National Emergency Council. This has mailed the following letter to made by various agricultural The three--Holmes, Clay and In Budget"INSUFFICIENT Mail It In
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Monroe---are to
STATE MILLAGE sum represented twenty individual all growers: agencies will be helpful to farmers expected approvethe -
inn plan before the end of this
TO KEEP LEVY MEnncreaaes loans. "M. N. Gist the Government supervisor who have cotton for the first timein week, the commissioner said. FUNDS," MAKE KNOWN YOUR
A total of 13,549 distressed home of Sea Island cotton in several years: Bradford County last week COMMISSIONERS SAY CHOICE FOR JMtESIDENT'
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in estimated operating owners in Florida were extendedaid Florida, and I have visited every Pick Sea Island cotton promptly promised $3,042 to match a I
expenses for Bradford County for In the sum of 30677880. Of farm In this county having cotton, after the bolls have opened fully. lar Federal fund to provide IIlml-1 approximately Bradford County's hoped-for farmers Which of the presidential candidates -
!the! fiscal year beginning: October this money it is estimated that $3- and have pulled out the short cot- Unless the cotton Is picked prompt seventy aged peopleIn market was at least tempo- in the national election this
1 are notable In the temporary 062,000 went toward the paymentof ton plants and mixed plants in an ly the bracts or leaf ruffles aroundthe this county from October 1 rarily stalemated Monday when the fall Is going to carry Florida, ,
)budget announced this week, chiefly taxes and assessments, the estimated effort to help you keep the cot- bolls may be pressed Into the through June 30.ANDREWS. Board of County Commissioners Bradfo*. County and Starke? I
of tax and ton pure and free of the short cot cotton failed to provide funds In the temporary Which
because of a "' .000 appropriation average aaaess- by heavy rain. and small of the candidates wilt get]
for the Federal old age pen- ment payments per loan In Florida ton and off-type plants particles of leaf trash will become budget for the purchase of the highly Important smalltown!

lion program. being $226.According, "You should continue to take out mixed with the fiber. Heavy BEATSCarlton a twenty-acre tract on which It and rural vote Which candidatewill

Although the county levy will be to the 1930 United such stalks when you find them.If ,. rains also beat In dirt, especiallyon was planned to erect the building. get those votes in the majority
somewhat higher this year, taxes States Census reports there were you find a boll with FIVE locksat the lower bolls. The board rejected the project be- of slates throughout/ the nation?
cause of Insufficient funds
will remain practically the same 119,523 of owned non-farm homes picking time, pull up the stalk Avoid picking weevil-damaged stated It was I These are questions, the answer I
because of a reduction of two and a in this state. The Home Owners' and take It out of the field as It is locks. If these damaged, stained t-> which will no doubt play an Im- !'
balf mills In the state levy, it was Loan Corporation refinanced mort- mixed. Such cotton will lower the locks are picked and ginned with An appropriation of $700 Would : portant part In the final national
stated! gages on 11.3 per cent of this num grade of your lint and also badly the good, bright cotton, the grade FOR SENATE have been required to purchase the I returns next November. Upon the j
The General Fund this year was mix your planting seed for next will be lowered Stained sea Island land, which lies about a mile northof I choice of the small-town and rural ]
I estimated Monday by the Board of year. cotton la difficult to sell, and town between Road 13 and the America voters may rest the bal-
| County Commissioners at $18,504 ber.TOBACCO "It now seems unlikely that will not bring as high a price as 'BRADFORD HELPS EI.ECTI railroad, from liquidators of the I: ance of power to swing the election ]

j u compared with $13,642 last there will be a gin at Starke this bright cotton. Be sure, therefore, TOWNSEND CLUBCANDIDATE Bradford County Bank The government for the successful candidates i f i
,ear. The Fine and ForfeitureFund year. Therefore It will be to your to sort or pick out any stained or requires that the land Reports from throughout then l
was estimated at $9,010 as advantage to have your cotton gin- damaged locks before ginning. This must be owned before the WPA I country Indicate that voters every. ;"
compared with $7,810 last year Brings Money ned at Worthington Springs this damaged cotton should be kept Judge c. O: Andrews, of Orlando I will assist In putting up buildings.The where are manifesting! ; exceptionally -

I The widows pension fund remained year because Mr. Roberta will not apart from the bright cotton and was elected to the United marketing project has been keen Interest. In the political

Hie same at $1,500 An appropriation TO BROOKER gin any short cotton which of ginned and baled separately. States Senate In Tuesday's special enthusiastically months supported the Starke for several campaign now well under way. All!
by
Business
of $900 for a county agent's course will keep your seed from. Pick arter'the dew dries and before primary by defeating Doyle E. Men's Club, whose members signs point to a closely contested]

| alary was a new Item In the es- being mixed at the gin. storing- dry the seed cotton Carlton by approximately 5.000 have spent unlimited time and effort ; election.It .
timate this year. "If we can keep short cotton out thoroughly: until the seed cracks votes Bradford County did its bit In an attempt to make the Is therefore of especial later- 1 }
Among Increases in the generalfund GROWERS THERE WILL of the county and have our cotton when pressed between the teeth. toward the victory for the Orlando market a reality. eat at this time that the publishers '
were new furniture and fix REALIZE ABOUT $28,000 ginned, we can promote a reputa- Seed cotton which Is stored damp Judge by giving him 503 votes to of weekly newspapers throughou.
tures for the court house addition, THIS SEASON tion for Pure Sea Island Cotton will become off color and will not 257 for the former Florida &,over- Many farmer. also have becomeIntere.ted the counry have launched a nation '

which were placed at $1,250. Last Seed for planting. be worth as much as bright cotton. and are convinced thata wide presidential straw-vote, to i
year only $50 was allowed for this Present indications are that a "The Government control for Proper picking and drying In the nor.The vote In Bradford by precincts market Is their only salvation In learn "which way the wind Is blow. ,; ,
fund The county health clinic group of about fifteen live farmers i seed la only to help you keep the sun not only Insures better gin was as follows: Lawtey, Andrews meeting the changes In conditionsof Ing" with the small town and rural
was placed at $1,032, while It car- In the Brooker section will realize seed from getting mixed. That is ning and higher prices for the lint, twenty-six, Carlton fifty- the day. American voters t '

tied only $600 appropriation last around $28,000 on their tobacco the reason we have rogued every I but planting seed with higher per six; North Starke, Andrews 161, There Is little chance that an In Natlon-Wlds Poll 't n
year. The estimated expense of crop of 130 acres this season. field In the county. Cotton seed, centage germination Carlton 101,; South Starke, An- Item not Included In the temporary The Telegraph has joined In with a

coroners Inquests was increased This Is an average sized acreage kept pure, will bring a higher price I Sea Island cotton must be gin drews 126, Carlton, thirty-seven; budgetpublished In this week' these weekly newspapers and will 1
from $250 to $400. The largest In- for Brooker but the price, which for planting and the lint will be ned on a roller gin for best results. Graham, Andrews forty, Carlton I Tell'glaphcalt be placed In the conduct the vote In this territory.A t
crease was the old age pension I Is ranging from twenty-five to worth more. I Special gins will be available andIt none; Thereasa. Andrews twenty- permanent budget when It Is straw-vote ballot Is published In Ai
fund thirty cents Is at' least seven or "While you are permitted to sell : Is planned to have these adjusted three, Carlton nine; New River, ,adopted by the commissioners' on i,i this issue Itmay be voted by any l
The Fine and Forfeiture Fund eight cents per pound more thanIt your cotton In the seed, you are ad- by a roller gin expert. Be sure Andrews eighteen, Carlton three: Monday! September 7. Unless legal voter. You do not have to
remained practically the same with was last year. vised not to do so. By having your to take your cotton to one of these Brooker, Andrews fifty-five, Carl I sojic: oUicr: way Is found to finance sign your name. It Is Important, I
alight Increases In allowances for G. W. Hazen and family are the cotton ginned and selling It in the gins. ton thirty-eight. ho purchase of tho site, little hopeIs I however, \that you sign the name of

iherlffi and deputies' cost bills, largest tobacco planters in this lint, you may sell the seed for Cotton mills are not Interested A total of only 760 votes were held out for the market by Its the town and state from which you

pay of jurors and witness fees. section, but others who have small ,. planting for a higher price than In a few bale. of Sea Island. It I cast In Bradford Tuesday as com boosters expect to cast your vote at the November
Following Is the estimated bud- acreages, and' who are profiting the market price and you will be would be to the advantage of the pared with 2,233 In the first regu- --- election, so> that the national r

(Continued On Page Eight) thereby this year, are: Homer sure to get the market price for growers to pool their crop and sell lar primary June 2. COTTON PRIZE tabulation of your vote will I II

Gainey, Lee Gainey, A. B. Shaw, your lint I to one buyer or mill on the basisof Judge Andrews was endorsed by RULES EXPLAINEDBEST I be accurately recorded. I r
Weevil is foundin
HAYES TO GETCOMMISSION Curtis Melvin, J. B. Tillman, A. B. "The Boll now I the highest price for the cot- the state convention) of Townsend Publishers Autocaster Service of

Surrency O. W. Barry, Arthur nearly every field in Union seri : ton of the better grades and quali Clubs about two weeks prior to the BALK WILL BE New York, producers of a service
but far he hasn't I
Crews Colonel Crosby, S. L. Pres- County so ties election. Carlton stated that he JUDGED BY GOV Ifor weekly newspapers to serveIn
YOUNG MAN MAKES FINE cott, T. D. Dyal, H. L. Hough, M. ously affected this county. How of -- was In favor of reasonable old age ERNMENTCotton I the capacity of national head
RECORD AT TRAINING O. Harrell, Guy Harrell and M. D ever there have been Bradford a few signs Coun- Reward OfferedN. pensions, but never endorsed the 'quarters for this nation-wide vote.
the boll weevil In
CAMPE Harrell. Townsend Plan. growers are again reminded Your local vote will first be record.
W Hayes, Jr., returned from The Brooker growers generally ty. Several growers in Union D. Wainwright, Jr., game conservation Andrews received heavy pluralities of the $SO prize that will be I ed here In Starke, then the ballot y
the Citizens Military Training patronize the Valdosta, Ga., market County are spraying or moppingwith officer, announced this In a number of the state's most given for the best bale put up dur- sent on to New York for national
Camp at Fort Screven, Ga., lastweek Instead of the Live Oak marketas fair results, but It will require week that his department Is of- populous counties, among them ing the current season. Prizes of tabulation
where he received several the price Is said to average two or three years to determine fering a reward of $100 for anyone Duval, Dade, Plnellaa and Polk. i $30 and $20 will be given for the I.I.i Our Votes Are ImportantOur
honors it was his fourth term of slightly better at the former. The who will win out, us or the caught dynamiting fish in viola- Carlton carried his home county, second and third bent bales The I local, county and state re

thirty days In camp. crop In this section Is expected to boll weevil. Here's hoping cotton you this ev tion of the state game laws. Hlllsborough, by a majority of judging will be done by govern turns In this straw-vote will be of :
with
Out of 560 men he ranked second ery success your ment
more than 100,000 pounds. _h. about 6,000 experts.
yield further particular Interest to voters every ,
In When I can help you
pistol marksmanship, scoring year. Because both of Its Senators- The prize was contributedby
175 Boatdrain' School ClosesThe money where, just as returns from other
out of call on me. .
200 possible points-the please
Fletcher" and Trammell died this business In various townsin
Hit-Run Victim Buried men states. will be of interest to the
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man scored 177 points. He Boatdrain. School was ordered year, Florida Is In the unique po- this section. Those In Starke voters here It Is only through
also rated aye the best drilled manIn The body of Flury Dixon, sixty- BirthsMr. closed by the Board of Public sition of electing two senators at who contributed were: Carl John, combined efforts of hundreds of

weeks Company B for the entire four year-old hobo who was hit-and-run killed near and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Instruction at the end of the first the general election In November. J. M. Mitchell, A. J Thomas, E. weekly newspapers !that such a
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last week by a
here In Starke, girl, August 7. month because enrollment did not Claude Pepper of Tallahassee K. Perryman, E. L. Matthews, R. record of sentiment In the small
able Only'! twenty-five men were eli driver, was buried last DeWitt Friday C. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Groves reach the required number. was unopposed as the Democratic A. Green, Junlus. Smith, N. Stern- town and rural America can be j'
to take examinations for Crosby Cemetery by Lawtey, girl, August 11. --. nominee to succeed Senator berg, Fred Stump, B. Jacob. J, M. obtained. t ,,A
commissions, only ilx finished, and Jones. Relatives have been con- It has been discovered that po- Fletcher He> and Andrews will Alvarez, A. Hartman Pate Gas- It Is therefore Important that I
Hayes was the only one to pass tacted In Detroit, but so far Mr. The Sea of Galilee! Is only four larized light exerts an explosive face Republican nominees In the sett, A. J. Crlffls, W. P. Smith, "H. you decide now to cast your straw- ''+

fctlafactorlly was to the extent that he Jones has received no Instructions of the teen by eight miles, while Lake Superior force on plants, causing the cells general election. Andrews will C Wall Johns and Wainwright, vote In this balloting, so that your J 9 j
lieutenant's recommended for a second as to future disposition covers an area of 32,000 to burst open The polarized lightIs serve until 1941 and Pepper until Joseph K: Wllnun."y fellow voters for your favorite can- I '

corps commission V In the reserve body. ___ ..- square milesMRS.. taken from ordinary sunlight. 1938. I the finest hale Is meant the didate In other states will know I '' {

He Is of water. I bolo with the longest, strongestand what may be expected from Florida. i
expecting his commission A total of 3,825 miles
Within a few with and canals have been con- most uniform length of staple, I '; ', I
days, together
ways well the bale containing the Of first interest, of course, will I
an" as as ,
apPointment as an Instructor In structed In the British Isles at a HAILE WINS IN SECOND WEEK ,1 j
CCC smallest amount of trash and be the returns shows In our choice
Camps. total cost of about 500000000. .
stained. cotton.It right here in Bradford County. De'.

of Out-oF. Town Is suggested that all Sea-Is clde now to cast your vote. C11p't?! ,
Explains Danger Buying land cotton growers In the State out the ballot, vote it, write In that!!.

STRAW VOTE BALLOTNntionWide who would like to win one of the name of the town and sate, then: :. 1 t at
I n above prizes should promptly destroy mall or bring It to The Telegraph..'A
Mrs. W. G. Halle Is the winnerof money Is spent away from the nearby cities or from trucks froma all off type plants In the Returns KrnrhV *-k t J.:, -J '

Vote forPRESIDENT this week's $3 prize for the best county it will take fewer people to distance, It increases unemployment fields, should pick the cotton as Returns In the local voting willis t/t '

essay on "How Does Trading Away do the work. among Bradford County soon as It Is open, should keep sep be published In these columns each 11 From Home Increase Unemployment When the money is not spent locally farmers.By arate all stained cotton from the week as the voting progresses. Na \
?" The contest has two more there Is not much In circula- unstained, airing; and re-aunnlng tlonal returns will also be publl.h'b''b I
weeks to go, and the Telegraph tion to Induce these business con- patronizing outside bakeries, the cotton until thoroughly dry ed as soon as they are available r ?1'
appreciates the fine cooperationof cerns to enlarge and Improve dry cleaners, or any other outside before having It ginned. By enter- first releases of which should b;
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the public in submitting essayson their stores. business concern, we surely helpto Ing this contest and observing the forthcoming weekly within the '
these Interesting end vital sub Perhaps we have good carpen- Increase unemployment here for above suggestions the grower will next ten days or two weeks ,
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T ten who cannot find employmenthere. render a worthwhile service to the Let's get the ball rolling here In 1
jects.We regret that several contributions These same men, having the more business. our merchants Sea-Island Industry which Is a Starke by clipping out the ballot
THIS Str.w.Vot. I. V..r.uoalyotAkine have been received too late large families have to seek Jobs have, the more help It will take to promising Industry for Florida. below, voting It and sending It Into

conducted kr co. 11/4..s for consideration by the judges To elsewhere, taking their families operate I This contest Is for the purpose this office at once.

operating weekly new*. be qualified, all essays must be received with them, which In turn reduces If the people of Bradford County i of encouraging farmers to protectthis First returns here should be>;

Papers located In states (D J ROOSEVELT In our office by noon on the enrollment of the schools. would spend tne major portion of I year's lint and our next year'aplanting mighty Interesting. You'd better t
throughout the nation to (Buinnllttn Tuesday of the week In which the Where there are fewer children, seed. Unless our supply vote for your Presidential thole:
thaw. jre-.Uetlon sent!. essay is to be Judged. The sub- fewer teachers will be needed, their money with local firms and of seed Is kept to a high standard, right now.
mint of small town and ject of next week's contest 14 an- which again Incrases unemployment. Individuals Instead of buying In seed will become mixed l, the staple I --- ---- -- -- --

rural l America In their LANDON nounced on the special Trade at nearby cities or ordering these will get shorter, the price ( Unusual Accident '
choice for liit.HIr C r Home page, and we are looking T\s! name can be said of every same things from some mall order ture: crops lowered, and our prom.I An unusual accident happened[f
President for con- business a ncern- Maybe It Is. house, we would find our business
Interesting and
the forward to many I sing Industry Injured set at Brooker Wednesday when J, K.
next four y.an. LEMKE tributions. The winner of one essay I true Jrnt we can go to our nearby concerns growing and enlargingtheir Each farmer who desires to en- Douglass, school bus driver, ran!
O prize is barred from further cities where there are big chain stock of goods, thereby requiring ter this contest should promptly. over his own ten-year-old eon. r
TO VOTE : 1 cv..-. participation. drug stores, for Instance, and savea more help, which would bea notify the Gllchrist County breaking the child's thigh. The I;.f
Sara follows: few pernli, on several items. drawing card to .uuce more people 'I at sea-I.-I' '
a X .U doe Mrs Halle's essay land Growers Committee boy was riding on the bus and feU;
Coq afore aUe ?_ rat doe sears-.u. THOMAS Unemployment Is Increased In This wu.ua weak against our local to come and live here. For ton Florida, giving his out of It when a door accidentally j ,
roa .nt.. 0 Bradford County when our people drug stole. causing them to needa where there Is money spent locally, address. Entries will be acceptedup : opened "1
.. (fecMMICOLVIN. trade away from home mainly because smaller line of goods and less the more funds there are to Improve to September 15. -.- ----..- f "J
.. business, help to v-tr.le! the trade.If homes, schools and churches.Where ____ .. ; "
aw ** _tt.. r 11M where there Is less -- -- --- Fence /eelillg Called
o.by': 0.1 i,. diet.eeee .. .N. 0 naturally It will take fewer peopleto we housewives made it a prac- these Improvements are, To Remodel Home I ,
will fc. ee-bL /rreaNaee/. do the work. When the moneyIs tice to always ask for and buy our being made, more and more people All persons Interested In fencing] f
Y Bradford the business home-grown vegetables, fruit and I are given work. all because we Extensive remodelling will begin' the town of Lawtey will meet at, ,.
A ...t.. spent in we would Increase employment have spent our money In Bradford soon on the Floyd Green home at I' the City Hall In Lawtey Saturday} t
to help
(' have these funds produce
:"". ..a ::.:.: 0 BROWDER concerns stores among" the farmers, for County. But If this money Is spent the foot of East Call Street The afternoon at 4 o'clock ;
their
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sa I assa ., from home, there will be no entire structure will be moved i -
sad .... I when they find they can always away
.. b.Iw.TGwtI CC--W' warehouses, etc., which in turn I
to carpenters I have a ready sale for their com- necessity for extra job. and no back some distance from the ) Powdery mildew on snap bennaif. .
gives employment brick masons and also' ",,,.II ties they will work to have money available to pay the localpeople street, will be brick veneered and may be controlled effectively||
plumbers, sale. When we thus Increasing unemployment three rooms will be added! The Interior through the use of sulphur dusts}H
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_. -- --- -- EVERGREENMr. BROOKER trade channels "HI

GRAHAM I LA IJ'TEYO. BOATDRAIN HAMPTON F. A. Bonier, Correspondent. Miss" Vera Oalney, Correspondent warehouses under e n;
If..... Z. Z. Griffl, (.or..pond. Mloe. Ads Nlrre. r.rre.pe.de.e The farmer "ens
"Mr, I.. C. Smith, (.........a>.. J. p..nll.. ('e.rope.eeal wan ue
of Miscellaneous Shower approximately ul T ,,
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and Mrs. Cheathem
Mrs. Nlta Padgett of Fargo. O'\. Itemodfilno Home Rev E. C. Hogan, of Jackson- II. J. Crib,", Die Jacksonville Mr. spent the weekendhere Mrs Z. V. Russ entertained In pound for his pr.j) .

who had the misfortune to break Mr and Mrs. W. H. Edward ville, filled his regular appointment H. J. Crlbba, 60. died August Sat with relatives. her home Friday afternoon with a Bankbead allotmw/ h

her foot returned to her home have workmen employed In the at China Grove Church Sun- Clearwater from an attack of Walter miscellaneous shower In honor of Funds for flnan, ':'il<; ..

Sunday after spending several remodeling of their home !In east t day and Sunday night double pneumonia following an op- Mrs. 3 M. Rosier Mrs. visitingMrs. Mrs. J. B. RUSH, a recent bride. came from custom< ,' ., ''p', t.;

days with her mother. Mrs. Kate Lawtey and when completed will Arch Prevatt was visiting In eration. He was survived by his Lee and Jimmie Lee were Games and contests were enjoyed purpose of the III 'xln.

Starling. !add much to the appearance of this Tampa Saturday night and Sun- widow, Mrs. Emma Crtbbs and the J. S. Rosier Wednesday.Mrs. by the guests. Those winning Clayton said. "VI",, t mrv k!

Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney and section of the city. day. following children: Mrs. Ruby C. A. Pringle and children prizes In the contests were Mrs. R. farmer of a fair ,JII',, I'>r 01.

children who have been visiting Miss Murla Geiger and Mr. Ran- Smith and Luther Cribbs, of Clearwater spent Saturday afternoon with her H. Tipton, Mrs E. V. Russ and ton and at the sam ,lm. c o
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relatives In South Florida returned Grocery Changes Ownership dolph Geiger of Tampa and Mrs. Mrs. Hattie Johns, of mother and sister-in-law Mrs. J. M1'1I. Grady Baxter. mlt American cottn, ,,' t? p.-

home Saturday. The Plee-zlng Grocery Store operated Russell Hornsby of Randolph sec Hampton, Mra. Maggie Oglesby 3. Rosier and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. The many beautiful gifts received ly Into foreign trail,' ,, '"n.., ep,

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lewis and here for the past several Jon were visiting Mr. and Mrs K. Glenvllle. Ga., and Roscoe Crtbbs George Gnann and daughterswere by the bride were shown to the world market basis a

children. Helen and Betty, of Jacksonville years by R. F. Carradine has been L. Grlffls Friday. of Sydney, Australia. visiting: his sister Mrs. J. E. guests after which delicious refreshments -

were visiting L. C. Smith, sold to Joe E. Shuford who will Mr and Mrs. William Moore and The Baptist Sunday School will Rosier, Friday. were served. TREASURYBKTTCRTALLAHASSEE: OFF

Thursday.Mrs. legume active management at once Pauline Prevatt of Oveldo were have Its annual picnic at Hampton J. H. Sapp of Hawthorne, Is Receipts

L. C Willis and sons, John and promises the citizens In this visiting relatives here in this sec- Beach Saturday August 22 at spending several days here with There will be a cemetery work- the State Treasury f.,, thy rlat

and George. were bu&lness visitors section quality merchandise at the tion during the week-end. 4 o'clock. his daughter, Mrs. William Mor- ing at New Hope Cemetrey, Wed- year ending June 30 ,n"wM!1 III '

.. -- Mrs. Len Harris and son Jesse Mrs. J. P. Summers was the gan. nesday, August 19. The public is crease of $7,028.706 L IV- :

to Sturko Saturday.Mrs. of Green Cove Springs are visiting guest of her brother Cleveland invited to attend. previous twelve ry nn-- 1

NuM > Selma Ann galley, of Moul- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Grlffls this Sullivan at Theressa, this week. WOODLAWNMr Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and bursements Increas.. i 11"" i

Ar V{ trie. Ga, and Mrs. C. A. Waddell week. Grady Perry, who has been em- : A. J. Yurbrough, Cor. children spent part of this week in State Treasurer W KnciMJrc : r

.#: '." and children. Genevieve and De- Miss Esther Garrett Is visitingher ployed /In the CCC Camp at Boga- Jacksonville.Mr. ported the Treasui, \ ,,,,' 181&1l

:';i' lores of Tampa, have been visitIng brother A. L. Garrett, of loona La., returned to his home Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williamswere and Mrs. L. D. Polk and of 5944408.47 ,n I 'i

rt:... .1/4' / ='.".: I their sister, Mrs. L. C. Smith. Jacksonville this week. here this week visiting Mrs. W. R. Kersey at Misses Audrey and Lorena Polk, fiscal year

,' '" Mr and Mrs. Harvey Starling Rev. F. M. Garrett filled his reg- K. Prince of of last week In Trenton -
I .r, ;__,;....:ftIH"lIhn_" /7k; und children were visiting Sun-Mrs. ular appointment at the State I Tampa but former residents of our J. S. Norman Is sick, and i with friends and relatives. r'

i1 i W" 'I Jki p Mrs Leila Rafuse, of Starke Farm Church. Sunday. town, have been visiting here. her friends wish her a speedy re- Mrs. Olga Prevail, of Valdosta' g ...w

E day.Mr. Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt I Miss Marlon Surreucy, of Haw- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott f .
covery. -S
Prescott were
M1INLEJACKSONVILLE and Mrs. S. L. have returned home after spending ,
of Alachua
thorne, has been the guest of her A crowd from this section and daughter Thelma xr.Bp : .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson the past few weeks in Ovldo large
I / Mrs. Mattie Anna Lake Sun- Mrs. Sally Mott Miss Mary Mott
Mr. and grandmother were visiting Kingsley "icyCleansz
uncle and aunt,
Sunday. with their P'OPtrty
and children
I
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly -
C. B Roberts, Carl Broughtonand Mrs. William Moore. I Ward. __ day. Everyone had a grand time till,, Blood
of Mr. and :Mrs.
A were guests
George Prescott matte a business Mrs. Eugene Griffis and childrenwere !! s it --- Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gasklns and .

CHARLIE GRINER,M_ I trip to Valdosta Ga., Sundayafternoon. vl ltlngher mother and father BOOTS EY'S BEACH his mother Mrs. Jean Gaskins, S. M. Mott, Sunday.Mrs. YCIUR kidneys matter'fI' "".nantlyii,, It
of OkeechobeeIs
B. H. Crosby the biD
YOUR Individual,. comfort end antarlalnmtirttt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prevail, at Miss| Effle Crawford, Cor. were visiting In Woodlawn Satur- spending a while here with her strum. But kidney. wmttimcti:, |I.g
a aiaHar of"red intporianca. at ihifl. sedum, MAr. R. M Johnson was visitingher day night. th.ir work--do not IC; ? noun
6 .aof nama.ltka. holal, $ locitfd. iKa. .bore I mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. tend.d-feiltoremovr
nra-p in son, Fred who Is III In the right prices Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn are E. E. Yarbrough and sons Char- mpunH",
ol dawn-lawn Jadneovilla., 10. roam wild th. .
/r POIVHI .I.m
when
lab and .100..', coil. water, ..... fcaal. Alichu'i: : County: Hospital, Sat- I Fence visiting friends in Hlggston, Ga. ney and A. J., made a business trip AUGUST IS DEADLINEFOR Th suffer reamed',. b'

....,,0 and ailing, I.( .......ery bad. will. WHIW.oprlnf urdny./ Will City I Mrs. Wilbert Crawford spent the to Jacksonville Thursday. i APPLICATIONS TO ache ijyoum.y M, nagging' .
scanty or: too
.."',.f and individual raad,nf ,UIMB. and Mrs Clayton Johns were City Councilman F. R. Carradlne
Mr. with rel- urination
and week-end in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough, GET COTTON PAYMENTS ,gelling .t night, 0ulL,
AIR CONDITIONED visiting In Starke, Sunday. with City Clerk O. J. Phillips met atives.A Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and under the eyes, 'fM| nryou ?,,,?
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden I Senator-elect Charlie E. Johns bin-ell upset.
Ratai-Singla, .,eft P,rM of Waldo were visiting Mr. and with the Board of County Commis- large crowd from here spent Mrs. Fisher Gasklns In were visiting- GAINESVILLE--August 15 is Don't delay' Use Dooo' p,

I 73R Angus
I[ 40 Room S3.00 S4 R a.od00I Miss Ellen Johnson spent the the city and stock owners in Mrs. Fletcher Butler has returned last week-end. growers to submit applications for tloning l kidneys. Thcy .r. nc

I 19 S-,. *OT ...,nk M... week-end with Mr. and Mrs Ancel this section to fence the city. And after visiting In Worthington E. N Anderson of Heilbronn price adjustment payments on cot- mended by grateful use rt the coup
Met" ( gaiUi Get
Lena them 'from
seo..y.I. Norman, of Heilbronn Springs. the Commissioners by resolution Springs. Springs, visited W.R. Kersey Tues- ton produced In 1935: II. G. Clay- over. any dtuggn'I
0' I I OUMO H.nliHOtll
P/SIMM' V Mont oKOTO Wesley Dyal made a business promised the city the sum of $200 A large crowd attended the par- day.Mr. ton, district agent with the State

0."'._,..f_ ...-_.. G.-.- .. trip to Starke, Saturday as noon as funds were available for ty at Miss Sarah Overstreet's last and Mrs. E. C. Johns madea Agricultural Extension Service D
I - -- - --
this purpose. Saturday night at Evergreen.Mrs. business trip to Gainesville announced today.

Farmers having cotton eligiblefor
B. L. Prlvitt and daughter, Tuesday.
1'(>1'1&0"118Mrs. Is the sick payment under the price adjustment
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Jeanette, were visiting her parents Horace Norman on
J. S. Jones and Mrs. J. L. program who have not
Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Crews this list.
for Me tnEFFICIENT Render Hightower of Miami visited rela- filed applications and who wish to
Makes It Possible
Sly Many Year Experience week at Macclenny. Riley Johns and sons Josle and
tives here and In Theresaa this their
should
SERVICE do so see county
1'KOMI'T and COURTEOUS L. M. Murrhee and Nelson Prl- Fred, returned to their home In St.
week.
before 15.
l'IliC r.s agents August
;MODERATE
Miss GulUla Marie Thede who vitt were visitors to Macclenny last George, Ga., last Sunday.
Growers with cotton under the
DeWITT C. JONES .
,, in Thursday.J. .
has been spending the summer
Florida ten cents loan on July 31 are not
Starke
Chicago 111., and Denver Colo., returned A. Chesser was a business ZIFF eligible for adjustment paymentas

to her home here last visitor to Jacksonville this week. Silos Lola MB. Lewd. Cnrropoadenl the spot average on that day

week. Mr. and Mrs. John McCormmackof
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas, was more than twelve cents.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. Jr., Baker County were visitors here the cotton price Could You Ask?
Fred Shaw Summarizing
Mrs. J. B. Thomas ,
of Tallahassee, were recent guestsof last Thursday afternoon.B. .
I and Leslie Reynolds, all/ spent adjustment program in Florida for
Expert RepairingSmith's Dr Brown's parents.The L. Prlvitt Nelson Prlvitt, and that
Sunday at Lake City with Mr. and 1935 Mr. Clayton explained
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cut-
II Robert Crawford spent the week- Mrs. Mack Hunter.G. 9,216 farmers have received payments
I rela-
J'For visited
children
shaw and end at Hilliard. totalling $125,826.23 and 30,000 Mile, on TiresProvenRuggedRel
tives In Miami last week. W. Rivers of Graham was In
that 250: more farmers have applications
Carradlne visited our section last week.
Mrs. F. R.
SAXTON In the process of being paidat
Garage friends In Tampa last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns and
,Ir.. W. A. Tter Cereopned.u. i this time.
Mrs. M. B. Flummer and son sons, Torn and Carlton, and Mrs. cotton
The price adjustment pro-
Raymond spent lust week with Miss Dorothy Swanbom and John's mother, Mrs. Walker, spent has meant an increase able
average
gram
,\ Phone 120 relatives In Miami. I Arthur Swanbom left Tuesday fora last: Sunday here with Mr. and of about one and one-fourth

Mr.\ and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins who visit in Ft. Myers, Mrs J. W. Lewis. cents per pound for Florida cot.

Wrecker Service Day or Night have been spending several weeksat Mrs. Lizzie Tyler left last week Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and ton eligible for payment. Moat

'I i Kingsley Lake have returned to for Morris, Tenn., where she was Wesley Dyal of Graham, spent last farmers sold their cotton at gin-

_---u their home here. called to the bedside of her son, Sunday afternoon here with Mr. ning time and very few bales were

I II Elbert. He la ill in a hospital therewith ind lira. Elrt Stokes. put under the ten cents loan.

I pneumonia.Mrs. Itirs. Mallory Thomas and eon, As a result of the program, the Coupes.SedansTrucksFOR

n" I J. L. Brantley and Miss .iesme, uiiu ..us. Cecil; Thomas and nation's 1935: crop moved into SALE BY

/ Doris Brown spent Wednesday aft- ..I..... uaagUter: Jeanette all of

(SRI. :;7an J a 'In-iu-ion ernoon with their sister, Mrs. W. Starke were visiting Mrs. Thomas' ron HAIR AND SCALPJAPANESE Henry A. McClellaWILLYS
I A, Tyler. sister Mrs. J. W. Lewis last Friday -
OIL DEALER
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sumner and
,...,. FOR ANOTHER MILLION]\ Miss Cella Swtllle spent Friday in Mrs. Bill Hines and sons, Raymond .Ma le O. a. A. 901 Main StreetJACKSONVILLE.

''zli Jacksonville.Rev. and Ralph and little Joyce, The Antiseptic Scalp' Medicine- H.VOr
# 1! Orfferee frem ordinary Heir Taotaa. -
: W. II. Hutson spent last of Longwood have been visitingher toe t'1. FEEL IT WORKI At All Drvaglttt Write
4' 1 OWNER FRIENDS week in Ojus where he is conduct- parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L wow far FHtf ....... "Tha Train ..M rtTaa Distributor!
I I H...." National RMMoy Co.. av Tar Southern WHIjs
Prescott recently.
234 Fenchtree-Atlanta." Gu.

Theressa, Sunday, ing a revival meeting.P. I I

Miss Murla Geiger, of Tampa H Wood of Lawtey was a visItor LEADS I Ik

;e rJ was Friday.visiting Miss Juanita Priest here Sunday. SINCLAIR H-C


and Mrs Addle Tyler Is visiting her .. ,.,- ,.
Leo Grlffla. Pete Griffis, "
in RisIng "
aunt, Mrs. W. M. Norman, r
,. Harvey Gainey were visiting in section this week,
'I Tampa last Sunday. I II
: O. T. Nelson spent Sunday afternoon -
[ i I B. L. Green Is visiting his son, with friends In Lawtey.

r Jacob Green, at Plant City this :

,. I'reek I FIRED HUSBAND
Joe Griffla Jr., of Clay County, ur d

was visiting his uncle, Albert Grtfrts TAKES ON NEW LIFE 6 t ,Kea,

I I I. Sunday I Worn out, weary achy. alumr.lahT Seeiow
\ quickly and ...n" R."| Oroan L.xaltva S
Mrs. Lizzie Lee and children, of [ahlfta ililvn out Impurltlea. help you not
Bethel section were visiting her onl energy from your food bnnlah iclion
mil patty Illn. Innlac' on proven tonne Red.. ,
brother, Albert Griffis, Sunday. :ro.. Laxatlv Tallied. The fafnoua fled
Y Mrs. Paul Thomas and children Iroaa mark on aha pnoka. t la your utmranan. -
Only 2.'0. Proa Bnrnpla.' Wrlta Red
". n af Green Cove Springs visited relatives .
.0. Romerileii, Dept JackaonvllM.. Pl..,
Yr In this section Sunday after- ....k... of Rod c.... LIv-O-Med, Red Cro..
r.. ..,. )Jhlll end \.".... Tonlo, and Rod Croaa Rub
noon. op eunbuin and athlete' foot.

You arc giving Chevrolet the greatest year ..


in its history just as Chevrolet is giving you \, BOREE FUNERAL HOME .( t

Full liro of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
AMBULANCE SERVICE

c9/ie; 014 eOl&t' fmupried Ca4'MCW 53 DAY PHONE AND NIGHT 53


Q. II. BENNETT, Mgr./

: r"rEcrzo: To tlie million people who IMPROVED CtlDINOKMUVACTION "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

HYDRAULIC BRAKES have already bought RIDE

roetconomok= new 1936 Chevroletshe imao neaf, aare.f rid. ot ant
'I (Double-Actlng.. S.If-AMaloeingt.aspooenos) NOTICENotice COMPETITIVE ROAD TEST

rne ..,... and __h.., ever and to the tens of thousands of CCNUINE runxR

*A. d.v./op.d other people who are now buying NO DRAFT VENTILATION la hereby. given that the following deecrlberl land., or an
much thereof an. will be nereenary to pay the amount due for taxee of ca
a r them we of Chevrolet wish to IK liter TVBUT TOP BODCC 1935 herein not. opponlte to the eame, together with coat of ouch naln 1 to 3 more miles per gallon in passenger
**i.yh sincere appreciation for and advertlHlne will he cold at public auction on Monday the 7th day
our
express ffca nioar boavfifa and comrorrabfebodtaa of a.ptemb"r. A. I>. U38. at the hour of It o'clock noon at the CourtHouse
i SOLID STEEL ...-.le>c. your patronage and your friendship. ever created for a door, the County of Bradford, In the City of Starke State of

TURRET TOP Thanks a million for a demand lav-priced car Florida. .

which liaa lifted production of 1936. SHOCKPROOF STEERING'Chevrolets Tavr.neperlpllon lire suggest that ,
crown of beauty, a forrrate of tohtyHIGHCOMPRESSION 1 to the I million mark In ".... Tn % Owner A ('0.t. hMt
,_.. making driving/ eailer I and tofarffion 80 TShf'i 40 Mm. Isabelle Holdint11.21 you make a
". -
.. lean than a year! 1 ever berore of .VBV, -_--- ::::::IS T a 40 M. P. MathfnyUS ----_-:: 15.D2:
% I t ALL THESE FEATURES AT Nl being 1 A N & S /
it-you bought it-and now you are by 3 & W A SEW: and find out (oryoul'1lt'1C
VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE friends.CHEVROLETS LOW PRICES r-x vAln. A & KV of
recommending it to all your SWA of NE'14 II 20 .J. t. Johne ____________ lU3 the e*
e..,.., wilNeven UP. Mil Rof NWM & WH OfnV
Diving' even performance and oil Thanka again for a million Chev$49 SAND/ \_ '.... >.4 of :on:'. _- .... U II 20 100 O. E. Crosby _________ 9.88 in II G
'lest
miles
gal rolet, and for giving CI lcvro 1 I po '" )linr, Fi nol Hln I ik 2. New Ira
', Illver _._ ___ 8S-24: II 20 Ella -Whitehall _______ 2.31Lois
greatest; year in its history just as. r.-., ."..,* Kr* ..:. tit ,.r.t.'AJ:. I. 3 Rile 11, New
ihf prtr* it f.'ll "'=. 'Aiw/lmoit an KlM-r M-34 11:11 Kilo, Whlteliead", ______ J 03
OCMZBAL' MOTORS INSTALL. Chevrolet is giving you only Alo.wr M.da. ,-YI .dd.o.-1. K'j of NIt "f rot 1 A NBliof theSinclair
FAT.MCNTS complete lotv-prinil car. Vrtm ttwtt i tn f ni.u li--rriwHMnt or*tutI "I of I.ut I .--.31 II 20 30 L. Q. Johnson ?_.____ 6.13 I Sec
MENT FLAN-MONTHLY f lin MicAioun. nnd iuV rt ra rhftnaaiKUAiwl < ,
Ni.t Lot T & NH of 8 iof ,
TO SUIT TOOK PVRIE CIIIVHOLKT MOTOR CO., DETROIT. MICH. _..... A C;..Mr ill Moran Vela Lot R$2 11'11 10 If. 8. Hawn __________ 3118 Deal
.S'u of Lot I II L __ .__31 8 20 40 It. B. I. linen ?.____ 7.17 %,
\VL of NWV. of NWV% A
>Sivl,. of V\'U of Nw4I\ II 20 80 T.. rj. Johnson _--.-__,- 1113 ..
IIof! NKH *: SRi Vr ______SB 8 20 140 Empire Lumher Co. ___ lit 19 ., ... ..., 54".'
CHEVROLET \Wy1 or NWy1 8 T 20 44 ,V. R. Hool",. ______:.__ 7.17 ............ ."'. {
NWVII""Iir 0NWt s 7 20 40 n. E. I. Oreen _______ 7.17NHofNW1.&W"4

7 & SF.Hi ot N\\"H
ex about 3 A H of pUblic
road" NClt.r' Inv: ,; ext Agtnl Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)
A In 8K: ( nr ___ __ 3 7 20 1.16! $Irs. Alma Shaw _._._u 6S.4I FOIl SINCLAIR PRODUCTSPHONG
Chevrolet Co. ,'.um at NF3 Cor of BWt4
Torode of SW, A rnn, W 110 ft. 15X
S 610 ft B 210 ft. N 81'' J. H. WAINWRIGHT A g t.
ft tu beg--.1 A __ S 7 20 S H. A. Brown ._____n. ..?4 ,
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County, Through the Channels of Bradford County Business chandlHe.the! Thriftiest Price\ Principle and Service of Modern In Keeping Shopping With Is to Turn This Tide of Outgoing Business and Resources, BackIIItltlTtionB +

and They Are All Loyal Booster* for Bradford
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- STARKE TRADE-AT.11031E VERSUS UNEMPLOYMENTHave WOMAN'S CLUB '

BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB you ever observed closely a hill of ants? Each small Inhabitant labor constantly OF STARKE
and brings all fruits of his labors home nd stores It there to be shared alike by _
- his neighbors; The little ant can give us a great Illustration of community Interest STARKE
The ant's sole aim and Interest In life Is the welfare of his fellow workers and the lit
Practical
For EconomyUse ('i tle mound In which they live Their community-not one ever ceases working In the AMERICAN LEGION POST, No. 56
More Electricity '' conviction ployment. his share Is done, for in the city of the ants there is no such thing as unem-

We would profit greatly If we followed the policy practiced by the ant. For just BOOSTING STARKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY
OF STARKE as they in food and their should we cooperatewith
CITY co-operate security building up city so Always, 1._ Pure :\llIkPETERSON'S
one another to make unemployment a thing of the past in Bradford County. The
most Important and surest method of accomplishing purpose Is by buying every- DAIRY Starke
and Power
Municipal Light thing we possibly can right here at home. No matter how small the purchase or how ,
\.. great we imagine the saving; may be, when buying out of town when we consider the
\ $ matter from every angle we must admit a lOlls instad of a gain. When we spend our GRADE A RAW MILK ANI CREAM
WE CLEIN CLOTHES" t money away from our home town, or county ninety-nine times out of a hundred Is forever Only IxM'al I Acorollttcd Government Inspected Herd i
out of local circulation so far as we are concerned. A* a result of such a process Adult "Should Drink More Milk All Well An
Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry there Is less money left at home for us our friends and neighbors to use In payment of Growing Children
our taxes, employees, churches living/ expenses money for progressive civic enter-
Still Growing-Thanks to the Loyal Patronage of a prises, and the education of our children.
Large Following of Satisfied Patrons of Bradford Co. Money which the merchant' receives for his goods will be used by him In paying the! ALEXANDER & COMPANY
dentist, druggist doctor insurance man his taxes, and debts that he might Incur in
ME IMPROVE YOUR PERSONAL, APPEARANCE any other channels. The same money used in paying debts of each of these individualsone
Bata, Drapes Special Attention liven Ladies' DressesA to another-will be kept In steady circulation and In various ways eventually re- Dry Good*-Iteady-toWVar-Gent's Furnishings
turn to the merchant: and the customer over and over again. Did you ever consider
Horn Industry For Bradford County PeopleSISTRUNK'S Dealer for the famous NI EN TIFEICK Shoe for WomenGOKJl'S .
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how many debts a five dollar bill would pay in this way? On the other hand if the orig- t
inal purchase was made In another town all of this benefit would be enjoyed by that ;; hosiery for Women-Friendly Five Shoe
town and its people Instead of our own. When we g oout of town to trade, It Is true
41 that we are some times able to buy In one store a half dozen dlfferentartlcles, which If fur J\1..n-'c1mllet4! linn. of IhiMibl"Vork ClothesTrade
bought at home, might necessitate! visits to a half dozn different stores. But-Is It not at ALEXANDER'S and 1IItth... difference
FEED AND SEED STORESTARKEThe far better to spend this money with six of our own stores! and help Increase each local )
business thus making more positions for us and our younger generation, when at the 1
firm with a growing: reputation completion of their education they may become a valuable unit In the general economic BOOSTING! BRADFORD COUNTY
Specializing in Checkerboard Chows for every feeding structure of their home county.

purpose.' The Choice of Rural Amer ca. Your home town druggist, grocer doctor. Insurance agent, contractor, real estate STUMP'S Starke
Fancy and Staple Groceries Field Garden and Flower dealer, hardware and lumber man automobile dealers garage men restaurants ,
fact, every kind of established business In Bradford County deserves your patronage.
DRV (HOODS LADIES' READV-TO-UKAR
Fertilizer all
Seed for
; crop ---- They have stocks prices service as attractive as can be found anywhere plus the fact -
Vlult SISTRUNKS STORE and get'the thrift habit. COMMUNITY INTEREST that you are building up local trade, and a local prosperity of which an equal share will Shoe for the Entire Family-Men'* Wear
return to your own door.
Always and Secure BIG dividends BetterFuture One of the surest ways to end local unemployment and the burden cln local charity It Will Pay You to Come and See Our Many MoneySaving !

SEE AND DRIVE THE NEW 1936 FORD V.8 Investment for that goes with It, Is to Trade at Home. Value. In Ladle Modish !Summer\ Dresses
Your This week's essay subject: How Does Trading Out of Town Adversely Affect the
Your And
THE CAR THAT HAS WON AMERICA Children. Family Income?

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Miss Martha L. Gordy :Miss Lowry Honors Guest Ancel. H.Norman.H. Lewis. and Ruby Crosbywere does am not all the on "P""kn--'calk ? er:: :
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'r And John Eldredge RobinsonAre With Swimming Party visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ethel Mornsor: "dte4J
Wed In OrlandoOf : ? I "r'm'
Honoring Miss Helen Anderson Norman FrIday. the

ijocietrJ cordial Interest here Is the of Maryvllle, Tenn., Miss Margaret Miss Gladys Knight spent the drastic ..
' following account of the marriageof Lowry entertained with a moon- week-end in HeUbroun section with on real Japanese feii.im .
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: Miss Martha L. Gordy. of Malt- light swimming party at the Mitchell Miss Evelyn Johns tion to or soldi s ,lay. t tlt

land, to John Eldredge Robinson, cottage, on Kingsley Lake Miss Ella Mae Sapp is visitingin erally lesser nobility ,.'.""II1.8I.1IUtln,
of Apopka who for many years last week Jacksonville and St. Augustine. operate salary in rlc,. "IVptj thtl/
': Mrs. E. L. Matthews Zeta Tau Alpha Members made his home In Starke: The hostess was assisted In carIng :Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby of Ris- collect rank earned A 19.ItIUI'III
I tfl
': At Lake Are Enjoying Houseparty A wedding of simple beauty and for her guests by her mother, ing section were the guests of :Mr. voted to tons of rice annUl much y
Entertains Kingsley I At Kingsley Lake dignity was that of Miss Martha Mrs. G. H. Lowry, Miss Lucile Mit- and Mrs T. N. Norman Sunday af- ly

Mr. E. L. Matthews was hostess Louise Gordy, daughter of Mr. and chell Mrs. James Mason, Mrs. A. ternoon. meeting, -.....-..-:.-..-
last Friday afternoon at a two-ta-j I Zeta Tau Alpha sorority members Mra. Ralph Hollinger Gordy of E. McKlnney, and Mrs. E. J. Dowl- Mrs Lena Gasklns and childrenof number

fcle bridge party at her Kingsley from over the state arrived Maitland, and John Elderdge Robinson ing. who served delicious refreshments Heilbronn. were guests of Mr. attorney Malaria

Lake home here Monday for the" bouseparty. of Apopka, which was sol to the young people at the and Mrs. J. N. Norman, Sunday.Mr. ceedings 6 ,
At the conclusion of the progressions which began progress Aug. 10 and emnized Wednesday afternoon, August close of the evening. and Mrs. :Marion Browningand be kept 6 la S 4r.COLDS.
Miss Madge MIddleton received will contnlue through Aug. 17, at 5 at the Park Lake Presbyterian Those invited to be with :Miss children of Ralford, were visIting sonal

high prize, a pair of hose. the Stump cottage at Kingsley Church. Dr. C. H. Ferral, Anderson were Hisses Jean Davis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards .
:lira. Matthews served her guests Lake. pastor of the church, performed the Marion and Helen Dowling, Mary Saturday. 4"I) -TAIILIr.TII NOIIID rtrot tq

an appetizing: salad course. During the week the sorority, ring ceremony in the presence of Lorraine Stockwell. Betty Green, Miss Thelma Gasklns, of Heil I. W. .. DROPS..... H.aaerleti MI..... .
Playing bridge were: Misses member have enjoyed swimming a large group of relatives and Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, Tom Rtark, LLlre.eRorl.y .
Au-
the of Miss .enF
bronn. was guest ity "
Lucile Mitchell, Ruth Sternberg, boating and other water sports. friends of the young couple. my Ritch, Emmett Perryman, Billy Norman, call l an"
Sunday.
Rosalind Jacobs, Miriam Jacobs, Private dances at the cottage have The bride was given In marriageby Jackson Everett McKinney Billy drey hall In
Madge MIddleton, Mrs. H. M. Rich. aluo been given for the girls this her father, Ralph Hollinger Dowling, Buddie Bishop and Billie tember qualified F
ard, Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght, Jr., week.Wednesday Gordy. Her wedding gown was of Stone. Miami, Fla., police conduct a Juvenile electing ; wANTEFCAREFUL
dance was traffic school for elementary One
Mrs. Frank Carpenter, and Miss night a bridal satin, made on princess lines Three
Sylvia Hackel, of Jacksonville. given for the Zetas at the Worn.an' with flowing train and high neck LOSES school children. One DRIVERS
L Club House. The music was line. The Juliette cap attached to FORSYTH sor One and To Save 20% On Their
LBRK'S" REPORT
Shaw-Dayson furnished by Josh Foster and His her bridal veil was of Venetian DECISIONBOUTS Starke, Fla., June 20 1926. : Automobile Insurance
Rhythm Rascals, of Gainesville. lace. Her bouquet was showered Report of the Cleric of the Circuit Scott, It.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Cam Shaw, Chaperones were: Mrs. Fred F. with lilies of the valley. She had AT LEGION HALL. Court Florida In on and account for Bradford of taxes County assessed son In .." Convenient Premium
of Gainesville, announce the engagement Stump, Mrs. Edward Burns, and as her maid of honor, Miss Vera CONTINUE TO DRAW for the year 1935 subscribe Payments Too.
and approaching marriage Mrs. Eugene L Matthews.The Claire Robinson, sister of the bride- CROWDS C. A. KNIGHT, Meal affixed of OLD RELIABLE STOCK
Tax Collector.
of their daughter, Sara Elizabeth event which will climax the groom who wore an Ice green moire r.mmty 1'...... A. I). 193 CO\lPl\! l'AutomobllFlrUle
to Arthur Raymond Dayson, i week is the annual luncheon which gown, made princess model with Vasco Forsyth lost a decision to To Balance due _________- 8,72274 (

eon of Mr and Mrs. G. R. Dayson, will be held In the Spanish room puffed sleeves and bouffant skirt. ; JImmie Dewitt of Jacksonville in To Ely Balance amount colletedNONI4 due _______n_ 8,722.74 Attest: REALTYSTARKE
of Gainesville. The wedding will of the George Washington Hotel, I Her picture hat was of the same i the second of a weekly series of Flee a K.rf....... CARL
To Balance due ._________ 1,4183.85 City
be an event of August 22. The In Jacksonville, Saturday. The I material. She carried an arm bouquet bouts being staged at the American By amount collected _____ NONE! t-T-6t--
above announcement will be of interest Spanish room will be decorated for of yellow roses. The bridesmaids Legion hall here on :Monday To Balance due n____.___ 1,083.66
here as the bride-elect! and the sorority colors nights. County Road sad -I.'j241.U
the occasion with were Misses Jane Martin of To Balance due __ ;
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her parents have been temporarily blue and grey. This luncheon Orlando, Ida Akers, Henrietta Col- Forsyth started strong and look- By amount collected ______ NONE!
at the apartments observed in ed like a sure winner until the To Balance. due __________ 4,620.53
residing Sparkman affair
annual
is an lier, Mary Elizabeth Barge, Isabel 4 ....t,. 1lI..1> GeaeralTo AAP Fresh, Plain or SlicedBREAD
for the past two months. honor of State Zeta Day. Boykin, Rachel Burton Carolyn third round when he slowed down Balance due ._____-___ 5.3U.27
and Dewitt to in some By amount collected _____ NON)
Zetas attending the houseparty Malone and Julia Hoyt, all of At began get To Balance due _______,._ 5,818.17
Passenger car production in 'are: Misses Ester Hay, Inverness, lanta. Their gowns were of ice hard punches that told on the C...,r Pell A P
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1933 Is estimated at 3,400,000, a Frances Lingle, Brooksville, Betty green moire satin and their flowers Starke battler. Forsyth would To By amount Balance collected due NONE 21400
gain of 44 S per cent over the previous Wadsworth, Bunnell Elizabeth were yellow roses and gerba probably have given a better account To Balance due _:. _____. 214.00
Borden daisies of himself If it had not been Total Sub-Mrkool HtfulmrTo
year. Simpson, Groveland, Dorothy Balance due 6,14211By
Beach, Louise Mrs. mother of the for an injured hand that bothered ___ _
West Palm Ralph Gordy amount collected NONE 567 tI KI0 12oz. ROLLS
him quite a bit In the closing To Balance due ___ __ 6.142.11 r
Rice, Brooksville, Wylene Gaines bride, wore apricot lace and large Total Sub-Mrhool- Bonded or *% PULL"1( 1 Oc
Lake City, Jamie Brown Bunnell, picture hat and accessories of rounds. To Balance due ._ .n 4,635.64 ; 14-oz. Bread C
Florence Hall, Tampa, Ella Faye brown. Her corsage was Talismanroses The semi-final between Slim Rv amount collected u_ NONE HERE RIME!
RITZ THEATRE To Balance due _______ 4,032.64
Price, Gainesville, Clara Langford and valley lilies Monahan of Jacksonville and Red Wide..'" -1'-_*'..
8TARKB Baltimore, Md. and Marie Thede, Mrs. John C Robinson, motherof Nail of Gainesville ended in a To Balance due 631.81
Lawtey. the bridegroom, was dressed In knockout in the third round with Flv amount Balwnre collected due ._. .-__..., NONETo 681.83] COLD STREAM-FINEST ALASKA
chiffon with Monahan on the receiving end. hoed Hrldxv .< .tA
Misses aqua beige accessories ere
PROGRAMBEGINNING Local Zetas are: Evelynand
Marjorie Stump, Lois Long and her flowers were yellow Nail seems almost unbeatable having ""!an..e du sluklUB.- FundTo ,., ll. .tl.62 PINK SALMON TaU can lOc
FRIDAY Hazel Adklns, Beverly Cady, Mary roses and valley lilies. won his two fights :here by "V nmniint, collected' .__.? NONE
To Balance due .__ _. JI.tl9G.6J
Lou Torode, and Mrs. E. L. Mat. Lester Price Robinson, brother knockouts in theearly rounds. He n
TIIUBS-FKI-, AUGUST 1S-14 is the type of fighter that I ION-WITH TOMATO SAUCEPORK&BEANS
every
hews.. of the bridegroom, was best man tl.RRK' REPORT
and ushers were: Glen Spears, Bill one likes to see. He tears Into his Stark' Fla, July 31st, 1026.
"Thirty-Six Hours Report Of the Clerk of the Circuit; I 16-oz.can 5c
opponents with the opening bell
Business And Program Ingram, Frank Murphy, James Court In and for Bradford County
To Kill"Gloria Meeting W. M. U. Mooty and Frank Smith of Orlando and doesn't-stop until the gong Florida on account of taxes assessed ,
for the year 1836.
rings at the end of the round or
William Schroeder of Atlanta
; C. A. KNIGHT, iON-RED RIPE-FULL PACK
Stuart The Woman's Missionary Unionof ; Jack Pinkerton of Howey- his opponent goes down. Tax Collector.

the Baptist Church will hold its in-the-Hills; and Cotrell Tally of In the preliminaries Preston Balance l C'oemty due Pr.SerTo ______ 8,733.74 4 No. 2 25c
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 regular business and program Tavares. Richardson, Gainesville, knockedout By amount collector _____ 806,83 TOMATOES cans
._________
To Balance due
"Winds Of TheWasteland" meeting at the church Monday afternoon Members of the bridal party, relatives Slim McDade, Ocala in the A Forfeltm. 1,417.41Flu --- --_
at 3:30: o'clock. Circle and a number of out-of- second round. George Moye, Jacksonville To Balance due ______.... 1.41U.III PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
Number Two, Mrs. W. B. Alexander continued his By amount collected _____ 87.28 f
town guests were entertained at a winning
To Balance due __________ (78.42
leader will be In charge of the reception at the Perrydell Tea streak with a technical knockoutover t-..,,. Read aBridge. IONA FLOUR
John
Wayne program for the afternoon. A good Room, following the wedding. Johnnie Brown. The referee To Balance due __n_?_,___ 4.5241.11
By amount collected ______ 870 78
SERIAL AND COMEDY attendance is urged. !Ir. and :Mrs. Robinson left during stopped the fight in the third To Balance due __________ 4.149.79 5-Lb. Sk. 12-Lb. Sk. 24-lb. 8k. 4lb. Sk.
the evening by motor on a wed- round when Brown seemed in bad Cvuty S.....) 0---r

SUNMONAUG.. 16-17 ding trip, after which they will re- shape. To By amount Balance collected due ---._--?--..-.- 6,318 4486.15:27 r 19c 40c 77c
J.45
__________ $
"Robin Hood Of REAL turn to Orlando to reside. Efforts are being made to match To Balance C-nty due P.ll" 4,882.08
V Red Nail with a worthy opponentfor :To Balance 214 DO
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Eldorado"Warner the main bout next To Amounts "v".r-c l i 486:00
Monday.
ESTATE Italians make wool out of skim- By amounts collected _____ 700.00 BREAD ANDBUTTER
.
Baxter med milk. To Balance due ___________ NONE
Total ..-"......! Rev-lar PICKLES 2 15-0z. jars 29c
NEWS COMEDY IF YOU WANT TO GUM BRANCH To Balance due ___._.__?. 6,14311
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By amount collected _____ 432.76
BUY SELL OR RENT .. ..," ,,"" I <\' Miss Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. To Balance due ________h 4.709.36 == .- - ---

TUES-WED., AUGUST 18-19 SEE US- ". .. ';. \," Mr. and M.--s.: :;: Sapp and To Balance T.t.l *due..-*_-___<_M_>|__Boar__ 4,63264_ FIRM GREEN HEAD COLORADO

"Sons of Guns"Jee WILSONREALTY '"" I 'b 1 children and Mrs. Leroy Normanand To By Balance amount due collected_______________ 8,87633 66681 CABBAGE 2 Lbs. 15c
.it 0. .fa S : children spent Sunday in Jacksonville Wi....'. Pa.loa
E. Brown : with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. To Balance due ---- 631 83 u. s. NO. 1 NEW JERSEY COBBLERS
CORP. By amount collected-=____, 48:61
Joan Blondell N .. J"J Williams To Balance due RHda._iei.ee.t 488.22Roa IRISH POTATOES 5 Lbs. 15c

.wta.s a__ w IiISt3 Miss: Ellen Johnson of Graham, <4k f *Hlaklair F..4
ratd.lby fir M BSgMiprSrr spent the week-end; with her broth To B.lmica uue __ .._. 11.6962 FANCY RIPE ELBERTA
er-in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs Ky Liiiuuiu Pnlaw collected due __. 11.69662 NONETo PEACHES 2 Pounds 15c
grace distinctive flowers

cherry: at herschel: I If1I FANCY MOUNTAIN GROWN-ROUND
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Jacksonville and Mrs.are B. S. Carroll, of '\ Mrs F A. Swee y. who Mrs. D E. Knight and Mrs Lo- | POLICEMEN: CONVICTED I and each was sentenced to four
enjoying a
stay ly lived here
but has been
at the Peek tormer-I rena Epperson were the guests of BARTOW New trials for five
State's
In
cottage on Kingsley Carolina years prison. An (immediate -
for
sometime Dr. and Mrs .1 E in Lake
Lake. I Maines .convicted former
Bits of Tampa policemenwere
ed here to the State
Tuesday and IN the guestof Butler. Tuesday Tuesday afternoon denied here by Judge Robert appeal Supreme
Mr. and Mrs. I.,. F. Smith. they motored to Worthington Court wan taken They had been
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. of ,: T. Dewed in the kidnaping of Eu-
Brooker, Spring F Poulnot. flogging victim found guilty on May 23 by .a Polk
spent Monday here gene
with : The Rev and Mrs. L. G.
Mrs. Osteen'a Ray ------ County Jury of six In the first
Nevi9 sister, Mrs. P.
Local Barefoot. M'I and children Larry and Janet of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and XkTM'K OP W.IOTIO'NKOK trial case of the Tampa flogging
Jacksonville, were T"X ItKKItMeBat
guests Fridayof Morris Carter of Lawtey spent
Incident In which Shoemaker
Joseph -
(\! mil N. "'St
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs.Mrs L. J. W. White and Mr. and last week in Homestead with their NOTICE la: HUUUIIY; GIVEN Poulnot and S. F. Rogers, were
C. Ray. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Oeo. A. Gardiner holder of Tax Certificate taken from on
Misses a political meeting
OF TIlE COUNTY AND TOWN Juanita and Sara Barefoot, Mrs. K. W. Parka. No. 4I., l.nued the and day
They were
PROGRESS ac- the night of November 30. 1935.
iif ha. filed
were visiting In Jacksonville Sunday July A. U 134. esmeIn
Mrs. J. I
L. Oorbette returned to companied home by Mrs. Parks my office and has mad application spirited to a wooded section beaten -
her home in St. for a tall deed to be lanued
Petersburg Wednesday and small son Billy, who will
thereon. Maid' certificate embrace tarred and feathered. Shoemaker -
I Mrs. Bill Kavakos after spending the past spend several weeks here. the followinglecrlbed; property Inthe later died from his injuries.
----- and daughter week with her parent, Mr. and County of Bradford Stale of
Ul., N. F. Guilford 'I Lorraine and son, Toddle of Florida to-wlt:
IO carbooe, of Chicago. has returned Lyons, Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. Fred Carlton leave Saturdayfor one jot of Lam In Rtarke au
several l days this week here.Patten. home after a week's vacation at I Ga., were recent guests of Mrs. L. a month's vacation in Jacksonville Feet N.,rtn. and Mouth by 110Keet
: I E. Me> E.., and Went Hounded
seley.
Jacksonville
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn had a. Tenn. and
Chattanooga North by Pratt Street Kaat by C. A. CARVER
of Tallahassee, guests over the week-end, Mrs.Lynne Detroit, Mich., where he will visit Handernon Lane, Secllon2
Mrs. L. G. Powell baa Township C Mouth, Hang 12Kaat. :
week-end here. Mrs. Anna Alvarez of Jackson- returned mother, Mrs. Roxie Amer relatives. His position as opera- JEWELER
,the! ville, spent the week-end at the home from a visit in Columbia, S. son and brothers, John and Earl tor at the S. A. L. depot will be The aaaeaiment. of the acid property
C., with her under. the aalil certificate. Uauedwa
Kelley cottage at Kingsley Lake. mother, Mrs. A. H. Amerson of Lake filled by L. L. Grant during his ab
man was a visitor \in Frlpp. City.-_ hi the name of J. W. tarred WATCH. CLOCK AND
sence. I'nleHR nald' certificate ahall be redeemed
Tuesday. according- to law the prop GENERAL REPAIRINGAll
Pty :Mrs. L. A. Dees of Mayo, is the Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs. Stan I nrty dex-rlhed therein will be aold
: Aline Compton of Jacksonville ley C. Carnell will have the meet- to the hla-heiit bidder at the courthnuae -
; Mrs Gordon Lane, of guest of her son-in-law and daughter arrvied here I Miss Eva Rigdon returned borne dour on the firm Monday In Work Guaranteed
sad Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Tuesday for a visit I ing of the Woman's Christian Tem- after three weeks visitIn 1 the month of Heptember. 1D36. which.III.
ofaUilL Sunday a
were recent guests with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and perance Union on Friday at 3:3O: ; i Ic the Tih day of ..,'''..nb..r. l3l .
Mrl A A. Brown. Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs >Hteth day of August, 11131. IN UKKEN BIIILUINUSTAHME
I at the home of Mrs Scott.
I (OKKll-IAL. NKAU)
while MissRigdon :
Peter Raulerson, away
Miss! Maxine Noegel returned A, J. THOMAS, FLOIUDAI
home : also visited Misses Lois clerk of circuit. Court
den Wood, of Orlando, Is Friday from a visit In Mrs. B. F. Flowers, of Ocala la Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., an- and Helen Clements in Indian- of Bradford County. Florida,

fptst this week of Miss Lillian Gainesville Alacbua and Cedar here visiting her son-in-law and nounce the arrival of a daughteron town and Mr. and Mrs. J. G.Stayllngs 1 f 8./it-I.. I
!
Keys with relatives. daughter Mr. and Mrs. August 10. Mrs. Johns was formerly --- .-- --_.. ,-,--,., --, ,,,,,,,,, ,-, ,
berg. Paul E. In Miami. I ; ;; ; ,;;;;;;;; :;" 1 "" ;;; ; """""
Canova.Mr. Miss Dorothy Ritch, daughter I !;

and Mrs C. F. Ward have Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith. Mrs. I of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Ritch. The Rev, and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery i ;

; to Marietta, Ga., for a visit Sam Anderson Miss Dosbia Smith, and Mrs. P. E. CanoVa are had as their guests during I
?j Natives and Miss Martha Ann Burton I I announcing the arrival of a daughter Mr. and Mrs. C t H. Nasworthy the week-end Mrs. Montgom- ; I TIP TOP GROCERY

spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. II I on August 9. The little lady have as their guests at their I ery's brother-in-law and sister the

returned I has I been named Xorma Kingsley Lake cottage this week. Rev. and Mrs. E. I. Holiday and

'III Clara visit McGee in Stuart andSyers Miss Mignon Sisaon, of Oshkosh, Miss Margaret Hummel of Akron. I children who were en route to i C. 11. NASWOHTIIV, Owner and Operator
lidiy
from a friends. WIs., arrived Wednesday for a visit I I Mrs. A. H. Johns was in Jasper Ohio and Miss Mary Harvey of I their home in Punta Gorda after a I

) j with with her mother, Mrs. R. A. Sunday visiting her father, G. M. Jacksonville.Mr. i vacation trip In North Carolina. I FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL

Weeks at Brooker.Mr. I Bennett and sister, Mrs. 1. M. I ,

'!I.\ c f Boyer of Jacksonville I Henderson.Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel- Mrs. Faye Gill. Mr. and Mrs. J. I PRICES, AUGUST 14 and 15, 1936

x guest of her parents Mr. and and Mrs. Edward Edwards, low and family have left on a vacation D. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs R. F. Pra- ( .. .. .
,.j. r Manning, this week. and Mrs. Robert F. Prather trip for Chester, S. C., ther Mr. and Mrs W. C. Prather, .. ""_ .. .- ,;'
of New- York City, spent Tuesdayhere ,
of Jennings, La., arrived Friday fora
Washington D. C.. Philadelphia, Elbert and
Mrs J. W. Edwards
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. l BEAUTIFUL RII'RCOFFEE.BANANAS'4"
Carol White is In West visit with Mrs. Pralfcer's' mother and New York City where they Elaine Edwards Misses Florenceand M.\X\\ELL I
and Mrs. Charles O.
Searing.
|i! Beach visiting her uncle and Mrs. Faye Gill. will visit relatives. Clarice Gill little Tommie Gill ". 15c :

I, Mr and Mrs. G. C. Bates. J. B. Alexander spent Sunday at
Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. William !
J. G. Alvarez, of Bambridge, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Crystal Lake.

i. S r Carnell and two sons Mass., is expected to arrive here Sapp Mrs. Charley Johns and Mr. and Mrs E. L. Matthews Mrs.A. '
next week for a visit with his Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., rpent Mon I: Pound 2Scl PEARS Each 5cFAN1'
ormond, are guests of her pan M. Richard, and Mrs. C. W Lid- 'II O"'I'l'l i -
|:&Mr and Mrs. F. A. Scott. mother, Mrs. Roy Bence.E. day in Jacksonville. don were in Gainesville Tuesday The flty ronnrii met August llih ,I '
teas at Htarke, Florida to revise thereglntratlan I
where they attended funeral servIces hnokn of the City ofMtarke. II << KU1EKTA
Miss Marie Tbede of
and Mrs Sinclair Bryan, of E. Dowling, of Dublin Ga., Lawtey for C A. Llddon. Florida, and the fnllnwtnlrnamee I !
was the week-end guest of Miss were mrleken from the book. I ANNE PI'KE'' PEACHES 2 IBs. 15c
lord were the of arrived Thursday of this week for the mated The council ,
| guests Sunday Mary Lou Torode, at Kingsley for reason I I GRODNOCOFFEE
L Bryan aunt, Mrs. A. A. I I a visit here with his sister, Mrs. Lake. I: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Felix of Auciint will b. lit In\ art Reunion, to hear on complaint the 18th. of If Ii"

111'II. Maude Crews. i Tampa spent the week-end here any and to restore any names that FANCY ICEBERGLETTUCE

Mrs. M. S. Guilford, of Lakeland, with Mrs. Felix's uncle and aunt, may have. .been W. W erroneously_PeadniKK atrlcken.Haltulen. : Each lOc : 1

f "NAT SEZ:: is the guest of her son and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. A. B Williams en *, Dr. K. 1*-Dead. I
Sullen Bentrir.Removed.Crew. 1 Pound 10 "
<
route to New York and Niagara
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Guil-
ter-in-law ., A. 8.-(>.ad.
They had a big dance In to \1r fcrd.lira.. Falls. Card airs. Jennie-Moved.Olemonw I f ()AL1I1. TENDER 1 Lb. Can "

last night. Somebody said you Dunham. wlMoved.A. B.-Moved.T .. i t ASPARAGUS 15c
Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Randall and .
William Harvard and two >ot>row. WmMoved.i I OCTAGON
ought >to; go. I wild I'm gettingtoo I ions, William and Bill, of Miami children, of Jacksonville, returned )':.iil pp"ro,aon.* ', 1.llllan-l\Iov..t.W J-Dead. I SOAP &\ )R
'were visiting friends here recently. home Monday after a week's visit Prink Auhrev-Moved. I A It GO TENDER SUGAR
// old to go to dance He aald here with Mrs. Randall's parents Frlnk Mra. Pearl-Moved. J
nrlfflH, Mr. J <*.-Dead.lam I POWDER PEAS No. 2 can 15c !:
C1 you're' not too old. So I went to I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, at < >ett, Pat_Moved.riaimett '
L. DeSba and little Kingsley Lake. I Mm. Clytl.-l\Iov..d.
Mrs. M. II
( rlfrtN. Orvllle J.IIov".I.flrlUllI
the dance. This morning the first I, daughter, Marjorie, of WiTdwood, I ; Dorothy-Moved. I. 5 For lOc CIIARMRK

song that popped In my mind was are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. D P. Carpenter, I lAW>wlii I..,, $Mr. O... -Hannah Uead.Ix K,_Moved. : COFFEE Can 122c
Struth. and Mrs. T. T. Long returned Norman W. H-Dead. I ,
"The old mare she ain't what Ga. Vowel, John (Col.)-Dead.
grey Sunday from a visit in Baxley, Sweat, Minx Lrf.rH ('.-Moved.tetrod. I.. FULL PACKED
1
Edwards with Mr. and Mra?T. H. Slade and I I
tine used to be. Mrs. W. L. : and little Mildred-Dead.Thomas. d k RGEBOX KITCHEN
Fredrika of Jacksonville Baconton Ga., with Mrs W. T. Ch.N.D..dSigned
,
: daughter,
I W. U WALL
spent the week-end here with Mr. Jackson. 3'H 14.. V. Chairman City Council. TOMATOES MATCHES, 3 for lOc

and Mrs. W. H. Struth. I Attontr

I Mr. and Mrs. 'A. C: Durden;:; returned f'ARI.City Clerk.IYOTICR, JOHNS. ', l 4 Cans 25cJ| A REAL GOOD HOUSE Each i

Mrs. W. B. Ennls, of Tampa is to their home in Tampa I Of APP..I"T.O.-

enjoying a month's visit with Mrs. Wednesday, after'a several weeks FOR Ted DEEP BROOMS, 35c & 50c

The Beat OverallsFor Roy Bence at her Kingsley Lake visit with their son-in-law and I <...>.1H.. Bill HEREBY Mo. l 3NOTICE )GIVEN, t. WHITE KIBBON OR JEWEL

cottage.Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- That Laurence O Weakley. holderof r
Lake. Tax Certificate Nil 206. tuu.d the
ley. at Kingsley
The Money and Mrs J. F. Colley and 2nd filed day acme of In July my A.office D. l934 and. heal ha. j COOKING

1-' Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate Mr. and Mrs. Otis Barge Miss 1 made application thereon.for Said a tax certificate deed to I LARD Ib IOC
tanuetl
he .
have returned home after in visit I Mary Elizabeth Barge, Alvin and I embrace the following described. OIL Gal. $1.00
In Hendersonville N. C. Otis Barge of Atlanta, Georgia also ; Sroperty In the County of Bradford t
"' Florida. to-wlt:
'BELLCORD"98cHAPGRADE" J Mr. and Mrs. James McBride North half of Northeast Quarter
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Warren, of Jacksonville, spent the of ,Houtheant, Quarter of Section ,, I
6 Mouth. Range 22 :
I 12 Township
:Mrs. Roy Bence were recent guests week-end at the Kelly cottage on East containing 20 Acre more I MALLARD'S CANOE OK SILVER KING "
of Professor James Chace in Kingsley Lake. or I..u.
:' The as'sessment of the said property .- FLOUR 6 Lbs. 25c 24 Lbs.77cNESTLE'S
$1.49LEE" Gainesville.Mrs. under the .aid certificate. I Is.ued I t ;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stroman and ,, was In the name of L O.

C. L. Young bas returned daughter. Mlriwp.: : of Tallahassee, j Weekley said TruntepUnless certificate. Khali be redeemed

home after a several weeks visit spent several dilys.tJ'i week visiting according to law the prop. I l4-oz. RICH FLAVOR'III
n;: Mr. and erty described therein will he Moldlo RICH
In Jacksonville with her son-in- Mrs. S. S. Dowling. the court-
_____$1.75 law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stroman were accompaniedby I hoime the door highest October
C. J. Pergola. his mother Mrs. W S. Stro- Ih.. month bib day of of October 1998 1936.which I* li ] I ILK I :

,i man who has been visiting relatives -I Tinted thin' 12 day of August, 1936

WORK Mrs. Margaret Thomas and lit- I 1 In Tallahassee I (OFFICIAL A. J. EAIJII THOMAS.Clerk I 3 tall 21c| VN CAMPS' .,-">. can '
PANTS__ 98c tle daughter Sue Gene of Tampa : of Circuit Court I jl cans

.luta: AI returned home Sunday after a :Miss Helen Anderson, who has I! R-14-H.9-1I of Bradford County Florida. :: TUNA FISH __ ISc '

week's visit here with her aunt I been visiting Miss Margaret Low-

I 1 1A Mrs. J. W. Morgan. ry for the past month left Friday notice MOII4F3Take that 1 will nn Hppt"inher 1
for[ her home In Maryvllle Tenn. It, 19'18: or Hi noon. theroafteii 1 Scot UNHUW TOIIJCTM Sweet J\lhNl or siifl I
I Miss Isabel Monteith and Ted Mrs. G. H. Lowry and Miss Mar- :I may > D who wan convicted -
for J ;i' I "
Rounds returned Thursday of thin garet Lowry accompanied Miss In the ('Irc'ult court of Brad- ; PAPER PICKLES, Qt. .- 15eI ;
BIG SELECTION MUNSINGWEARiLDKEN's week to their home in PhoenixvilJe Anderson as far as Jacksonville.Mrs. ror'l County in November 1931, forHurder

'1 SCHOOLSHOES I Pa., after a visit here with Mr. ,ins miiy. Znd(then degree he heard Anyone on the merits denlr I 2 Rolls 15cfWaldorf .1

l HOSIERY and Mrs. D. A. Iontelth.l K. G )Duncan and small .f the Application Wm ''' Hodges I I i 1 8 for 25. IUI.IAUJ.I'H;
son, Kasper. returned home Thurs- petitioner ? '
for
I FULL FASHIONED CHIFFON Mr. and Mrs W. K. Wilder and day of last week from a visit in I Att.niiey I II Corn Flakes 2 for 15e'
FOR ,
WEIGHT l
FALL OR SERVICE
I Tennille Ga.. with her parents. She : i
and Barbara Jean
98c to $1.98 | 69c, 79c, $1.00 lof children Orlando Billy, are( the guests of Mrs was accompanied home by her I GENT A %WORD I FANCY! I'INK 9 'I I II

I Wilder's sisters Mrs. Faye Gill and father T. E. Th'-ia, who will visit I
); i IIEI.TII <(< *->'" MAKING
Mrs. J. W. Edwards. here for a wbileMr : -I II

FIN: *L CLEARANCE CLEAN SWEEP ., : COLUMN SALMON I POWDER
D. Carter and I __ lOc I
I.- \(>lES WASH LADIES' WHITE Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan, of and Mrs M. MISSIONARY Strawberry -

Gainesville, were the guests Sun- daughter Mrs. Bill\ Parks and lit- 1: 100.00O placts for sale Ready to dig. I II Tall Can 10c| I
of Mr. Duncan's brother and tle son. Billy of Homestead, and I II
day Box 26
to T :M Williams,
DRESSES : $2.45SG1E sister.In.law, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Mr". Effle Johns spent Sunday af- I i Route Apply 2. Starke. 6-26-Stp -- AKMOfll'S' 1"ANI1T: i

$1 .49 Duncan. ternoon at a Gainesville! hospital I ----.--. '! !
88c whore they visited Mrs. Johns' WANTED TO BUTT-.Lot on either BUTTERSOI 15c
-- -
$1.29 Grade $1.98 )\ ('RA'KElty<<
$1.691 3.00 I '' ;
who is seriously
Mrs. H. F. Phillips, who has daughter-in-law Hide. of Kingsley Lake. Describe
.- spent two weeks here visiting Mrs. ill there. with best cash price to Mrs W M GINGER SNAPS! I

E. K. Perryman and other friends, Southworth, 4566 Woolman St., 1 1Jaclulonvllle (KAIIA.M H ('''N.Unltv r

left Tuesday for her home in Sanford Mr. and :Mrs Zack Roberts and ,I Fla. I CRACKERS: B C'KEAM SODA Iflc :
THE BIGGEST Alton of Hastings, were here .\
son
.
Sunday visiting Mrs. Roberts' father I FOR SALE--100,000 new ground I 1 Lb. Box 10 e I ROOT BEER <{t. i

Mrs. N. D. Wainwrtgbt Sr., Mrs George A Gardiner. They Missionary strawberry 1 I'luii/ Bottle Drpoxlt" I ".
Ca- :were accompanied home by Warren 75c per 1,000. M. F. Brown, Starke. r
VALUEYOU I E. E. Canova and Miss! Mary '
SHOE i nova have returned home from a Winkler, who will visit there for I, ART CLASSES -If rested I' WESTERN MEATY # ]Il

week's visit in Miami with Mrs a month. I sketching painting or other I'

I Wainwright's son-ln-1 a wan d j I forms of art see Mrs. C. L. Stock- NECK BONES 2Ibs.for 15c i
CAN BUY daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere and son well, Starke. tf 't .
I Clarke. Pitner of Brundidge, Ala., arrlv- WHITE FANCY TENDER

(d Saturday for a visit here with FOR SALE-Several nice pieces
MADE BY PETERS I I -TRAIN-SCHEDULE: ;her mother, Mrs G. W. Alderman. used furniture In good condition. r PIG EARS Lb. 1 lOc ,

was accompanied at the home of F A. I
Our schedule changes Sunday, .Irs. Vandiviere Can be seen : MIXED FLA.STEW <<
AND ONLY 26 and trains will run as follows rom Tallahassee by her father G. I Scott. Wilbur A. Scott, Starke.
April I
:: Southbound I nd/. Alderman here. who spent the week- ,,I Itp BEEF Lb. lOc -{' "

__ I WANTED--Six hogs to fatten on '
No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. I' FANCY
chares--would buy. Mrs. Ella

$1.98 No.No. 107 15-Due-Due Starke Starke 8:12A.M.5:12\: P. It. .o Mrs.her John home KinJaw here after has Beach a returned week's with I Hartline, Hampton. I, CHUCK IoI L Lb. 1 17c Ill. '

NorthboundNo. I sit at Jacksonville FOR RENT: 6 room house partly I
I 2-Due Starke 4:55: ) \ )'L | Mrs. I. D. Sans. While away she I furnished, well located. For Immediate : FANCY

No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. M. Attended the Uenes-Borden wedding occupancy. Wilson Realty

No. 108-Due Starke 5:15 P. M. which was night an at event Brentwood of last Co. Itp : CHUCK ROAST Lb. 20c'::
Wednesday
and Wannee BranchNo
,: .Starke 101: -Leaves Start 7:00: A. M. Baptist Church in Jacksonville FURNISHED apartment for rent: fi
OIL SAUSAGE Lb.
Sl STERNBERG'S :No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: ) P.J4.I Mrs. Kinlaw\ warn accompanied Two rooms downstairs. Reason 24c'nl'JP
except Sundays.T. home by )11".. San, who visited able. Mrs. L. E. Moaeley. 334 N. .f
Dally
I J. GRIFFIN. 1 here for several days. ,Cherry St. Itp J 1..a NnnamlNSVar.mnnnassae, +wssnawaaasrraslases.eenomnmasanvam m.nanwanstarannnm.ntnraa .

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COtXTx TELE4'aflA I'lL STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. "1'61'

MH __________________________ _ ______-______-_____________- __-__ -QQ. .
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I Taxes
; ailKHIFF'S HAI.B I ( Continued From Page Two I A Costa I>e>crl.tlo> .><.. T R
A
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I Nottci I if henthy given 'that I, A <>
Andreo u* Sheriff of Bradford. I xt:. "I NE'" ID 6 22 40 Jerome Thlrech _______ 1826 Com at NW Cor of SWVi 1

ji; ? 4 ounty 8lat.' of FlorldA, bv virtu I Terra XE'.3 of. I BW 18S' 6 12 40 Unknown _________.___ 10.70I of NEVi A run 8 210 ft,
of; and under authority; of that certHtn I nrsrrlptlea "ee, T R.* Owaer A ( ..!.I W'4 of NE4.h* N 133tt E 728 ft, N 210 ft, W

Writ of fSxcMUIIon '".u..1 out ofnnrt r I.",. 10 I M of Blk' 16, _. 20 6 22 36 Lorenso Grten ________ 8.00 728 ft to beg-8HA ... 29 I 28. f.J. M. w,'J.j
r: ...i Under the hand and official, Heal Ward. City u 8 7 20 I'nknown ____ __uu 1273 1 of NW'4of NEi4 A all Part of a 6 A lot Com at h
i.f the rierk of the Circuit Court ol r Lota 10, 11 of Blk 18. WH of NEW of NE'4 W NE Cor of land formerly I

( Bradford County State of Florida;; Ward City .-- -___- IVifANNH4o 7 21 A. J Bowel! __.____nn (.88 of Road A N 133 ft of owned by T. W Sweat A
,; I elated October 2Sth. A. I). 1 35, on NW!, ""''I ofNW !4W'4 of NE'4__ __ ____ ao I n 24 Lcren.o Green ___u--- I 60 run E to line of Sec.
; nf M. A. !SmithH 29. thence 8 on Sec line
4 that certain' judgment sw* or SKL1, of NE'4 elk NEI4 otE4
H Liquidator for the Ilradford NW---------- 7 20 100 Mrs. C. A. Lewis ______ 11." __.__ __..-__10 I II 10 :Mrs. Onl Frumall ___ 28.89 220 yda, thence W to 8ECor .
,; I and egalnat '8 L. defendant 9 7 20 14 David Cnleman lot In ME cor W of by said Sweat
I anil bearing date 'hk24 day NVJ4w l RW- --:1:: : HO 40 David Cnleman: ::.-.--..--. lU Road _._ ...21 8l2! SO 3. W. Edwards ____.__ 22.15 thence N to beg In E%

I nf October. A. D 1935, have levied HW/4 of SW'4 -- .--15 ? 20 40 O. C. Kelley _________ 16.62 All NW i of SW'4 W of Ono: 8EV --------29 6 22 13. flothlis
I opon and will Hell to the highestnd I.IB 14 A of SEVi!: of SE'4 pub road .,----- .-21 I 22 1 :'fri OnJe Freeman _. 1." lot f'it, yd* N&Shyl2oydeE&W .

.. beat bidder for csah at public I lass. N 6 A-DA ____ K 7 20 IO. C. Keller ____n.____ 194 Wj of Blk 9It of RaW H 4
'tH uuctlon on Monday the 7th day of ,1 SEW of SBVi ex N 12 A A ex 1 A In NE cor A E'4ofRlk1Rof7t3Vln In SB Cor of SEV4 of
P 1986 durlnif' the I PE ------------------9 3
I, September.' A. exSiMA20A&S'4o15W 12 II T. J.
legal hour of "al.. thereon In front of 8B'4 A: SVi Of Temple'a Subdlv __ 21 < 22! 9 D. L. Lloyd. _____._ 15.42 4A in 8E""of SEH BouY)<;K Aider' )"" .

.' S tit. the Houth door. of. the court houoe MFJ': / of BWVi ._____ U 7 20 40 O. C. Kelley _____-____ 8.07 Com at NW for of land ed N by Fields place, W ill
.- <.f Bradford County, 'In city of NW'4 of NWVi'! lei. IAN owned by Elmira King by land of Mr*. Wells, S

,j Ptarke Florida the following: deaerlb.d of Ry __ __ ____. 17WS 7 20 114 Z, W. Hamilton) n____ 23.11 on E aide of Fly A run Eat by Ry A E by West

rf i real .tata t altuate 1 In Rrad-. of 8W>4 of NW'4_._..17HWV 7 20 80 H. A. Fox worth ______.. 7.S4 right angle to Ry to moreland St. ___________29 ft 22 4 M*,,,,.,
ford County. Florida with the here of NEVi A NW(4( of K line of Sec 21, thenceN SEVi of 8W>4 -----_--29 ft 22 38 'J. w. Wiley '
ditament and appurtenance there SEVi --. __ -. _____-I 7 20 DO Empire Lumber Co. ___ 1362 on said Sec. line to One A In SE Cor of NEli\ Andreu I

to belonging to.wit : E 14 A of NEVi of NE", .. 21 7 20 14 O. C. Kelley __n_______ 10& Center I A eine-..eventh undivided IntereMtIn All NWVi of NWVi\ ex E Sub-Dlvlalon thence W N of SE Cor of Crawford .

t that certain lot or block. of land 12 A .. ____ 12.7 20 29 O C KeUoy ____n_____ 1192 to thence 8 NEVi\ of NW% A run W 1
lying and being In the original' I Town KH of NW'4 of SWV4 IIl84WH 7 20 20 UtchflHd' ---- :r..nt. By tYb" In EH 210 ft. N 210 ft. E 210

of Htarke. Florida and more particularly of NK(4( -. -- --_::- 11 0 21 to f'ri: Overstreet ....::: JUg of NE'.4\ ..x..uc". lots .or ft. .. .091flt1.h.. _.v ._. 6 aft.q 'a ftft _
Hrrlbed l an follow: 1 NN of Ktj, of NEV4; of piece, a. nave heretofore 8H of SWlj :- -::__::::::80 II 22 80 Herman L"Onard Orlff,

All of Block 18 of the original NW'4: A Nt of K 405 ft been deed n__. 21 8 22 14 Amanda Aehford ____ 11.09 NWVi of NWVI ex 8 10 A8l 6 24 .30 Herman S..lferth lii
Town of Stark- Florida. we.t of of WH of NE',4 of NE'4 of Blk 2 S of R 2 E S 10 A of NWll of NWVi & 1S..lhnh -

I land owned' and occupied' by 1)>: JKnltrht ; NW'4 .____n_ _?____ 25SWH S 21 24 horace Norman __n___ 4.031 ex SUit A N 87 ft inTemplar SH of NWVi ex 8 10 A 1111C'

and wife N L. Knight' of "E'i' ex 10 A on N Subdlv _____22 6 U 2 t'nknown __ ________ 1156 I of SWVi\ of NW'4 -_____81 8 22 80ll.:! J.
either of them. except a lot In aide HEVi of 8WV428NWV 5 21 70 DreW Reddish) ______n_ 21.25 NWV.L of I \ I Northwext corner of ad) Block faoIng of NKVi: A 8H.Of All WH of 8XVU of XF.:', SWVi SH Of NEt; of

r on Call Street 129 feet and and NE'4' A NEVi Of NWVi 28 5 21 160 Drew Reddish< ________ 15.03 A E'i of SEV of NWVi RWV A NWVi' of A
facing on Court street 62'* feet, NWV of SFVi' : A 1 A In 8E I s! of public road _____24. U 22 ('. D. Strlcklllnd __u. 487 NH of SW4 of SEMT &

..lao except a lot of land In Houthwt ;: of of NWVi--\ _28 5 21 41 Drew Reddish n______ 11.5< NEVi; of WWVi of NW ..26 I 22 10 1\lre. $;. F. Morrran _._. 2.87 H A In NE Cor of SEVi\
1 1 corner of **ld Block 18 facingon 8 { of 8fi4 8H ('f NE%: of NEV4 ..._ _.- .21' 22 .0 Jsmep Hornllby __.__.. 10.11 of
SWVi
:. Madlaon street BO feet and on HW'4 80 5 21 120 !M S. HRye" ___________ 18.1.2 2 A In NW Cor of 8W\4\ of Com at SW--Cor--of --81 6 22 161 W. :M. Edward

court atreet 70 I..t. NW'4 of'NBfii"A'NE'i'of: !; 6 U 2 Clifford 11. Allen ____ 4.28 of NWVi II
A. (I. ANIItEU NW'4 -- .- ::- -_-r811 5 21 HO Drew Reddish' __uu__ 2509 S 5EV--------7?- SEVi A run E 260 ft, .
Sheriff of Bradford County Florida I S of HWli 5 21II 21 W R. Wondle 2.59 M1VI. of Kf.V. f, Vr.:l. N 800 ft. W 260 ft, 8 300
it ..l'roFr.rw ::::::8 : :::::::: -- ft to beg-l"i A------- 82 6 22 2
t-7-Dt-9-4 '/ -- 1 0 40 W. It. Wood I e 4.02I j of SW, ex, W 6 A A ex Simon Trycon
________________________________________ 514;I '"of, SKY;; of NW'i & H 3 A for road _____27 6 22 93 n. Jl. Prevatt ______.. 1826 All NH of SEVi of SWVi E __ I
I J':" '' OF 'PPI.lr'TIO'VFOR JEVi\ Of3W .______ 8 6 21 60 W. n. Conner _________ 8.10 10 A on 8 aide of-NEVi of I of public road-3 An_. 82 6 22 3 Jennie Tryson

I ItI : NOTK TtX I KBINOTICrT" > NE'4 of NE'4' --- __- 22NWV4 6 21 40 Mr*. Annie Alvares___ 13.26ft NW% __________ __.....27 I 22 10 E. J. Flynn _____.__ 55 8 i Beg of" at SB a Cor post of 2H 8E chns> N -_ I'
of NWM A WVi of W 18 A of NE'4 of NWI4.27 I 22 13 Delia Keller "." 4 of
-
..? nil 110. JIlIn NE'4 of NW\i --..- -22 21 50 E Ik Blggi ____m____ 1677 Com 105 ft 8 of NB Cor of. --- -- SWVi & run N S 67100chna
O1VEV
: !!> HEREBY I of NW'N Of W 14 chop, 8 6
NWV. W
SBVi of NE'4 run
That R% Clark holder of Tax Certificate -.I SWVi: of NW"L. ______23 6 neon. M. McRae ._________ 4.32 420 ft. S 106 ft, E 420 10-100 ohm, E 6 chop, N

\ ? I No 402, I IssuedI. 1932.the has 6th filed day 1 Lot 2 or 8H of NE'i_ _.-_ 36 I 21 62 M J. McRae ____n____ 5.28 ft. N lOll ft to beg ______ 28 < 22 1 I. J. Keller ___________ 6.18 beg 2H. chna, E 8 chns to
'I of September A. D E 8 A of 6> of SW'4 of ex portion W of
"
Lot 40 E W
1 ft A 105
i same In my office and ha* made by road ________________ ai II fl! s. ".. ..
\ be ..." NE'4 _- 5SE'of 7 21 ft Jim Pridgeon _________ 5.69 ft N A 8 In NW cor of --- -- ---- -.'L.
I'' I plication for a tax deed to :' SW y A "NWVi"of\ E of NWVi\ of 8EV. ofNE'4 one lot of an01 148 ft so .untilln -- 7

I t thereon Hold certificate aP-1 :" __ 9 7 21 80 Walter Robinson ___ 17.63 SB Cor NWK of
I described u Uh_____ _-__ 28 6 uno.", Battle _.._._.. 4,97Chatf.
/ : the following I : 3 A off- 8W 'or of "NE"i"of ** t 22 -
i r.r.rOJ'.tt E 26 ft 8 In of Lot* I. 8 ofIllk LoE ot- BlkJ.j-"-- Green Hamilton
the County of of road In 8W 3 : __
. I : Ifl, Original Town I
;:rE:1E'X: :
; I \ Florida to-wit.:South-eaat Quarterof ;'I I & 8EV: of NEMex of Starke ____________. 28 6 22 O. Wood bridge .. 77.03 Lot City -- Llncoin82 3 Ella Williams' ]
Bant Half of 7 A off S *lde_______10 7 21 76 Unknown _--_______--_ 2245 Lota 8, 8 of Blk 16 ex E 8 or BK--.V -- -_._ t
1 )\ South-cant Quarter except Corner one Iacre I ISection I NWVi of 8W>4 _._ --_ --11 7 21 40 Unknown _un________ 1171 48 M ft. Original Townof City ---------------____ 6 22 Wm. 1\fcLeod _

c y jJ In the Township South-weal 6 South 6 A In SW Cor of NE'.iof Starke ______________28 6 22 Chas. O. Wood bridge.. 153.01Cha Lot 1 ot Dlk 7. Lincoln ---' _" t:
WI ; 27 : all i -- ------- --14SEVi 7 21 5 W. A. Slade 2 03 E S$ 8-20 ft of Lot. 5. 7 of City -- ---------- ---___ 22 Simon Try.on
In .
Range 22 East, containing rv14 : : : Lots 2. 8. 4. II, or Blk 8 .
t o -- -- --16SH 7 21 40 M. C. A C. O. Hodges.. 814 Rlk 17. OrigInal Town of I'

t I 9 acre aeaeaament more or of lees.1ii the said property of NWVi of NR'i A NNlof Starke ________________28 6 22 a. Woodbrldge .. 127.68Cha Lots Lincoln. City ----______ 8 22 J'nnT .. >" ,
The 6
certificate l I.- :W'3 of NKVi' -----18 7 21 40 Walter Robertson ---_ 8.44 W 88 2-3 ft of Lots 5, 7 of 8 or Elk I., Lincoln 7'
under the said > City ______
D. E. SW'i of 8W 4 ASH Blk 17. Original Townof ----- ------- f 22 J'nnu Try.on
cued wa In the name of of NWVI, of SWVi 17 7 21 40)1. J. Hunslker ____u_ 8.44 Ktarke 28 6 22 a. Woodbrldge _. Com at a pt 1011 ft S or '_ I it t
----- ---- ---- 77.08
I"un'eta'? .* said. certificate shall be redeemed NEt; of SWVi A NH ofSF'i Elk' 21, Original' 'Town of NW Cor or NWV5 ot

according to law the property A 8 Aln NE ror ofMW" "Wtark. ___ ___._ ._ -._. 28 6 22 Chas. Q. Woodbrldge .. 15271Starke NW\4\ & run S 1165
deacrlhed. therein will be sold kr SE'-i: A 8B'4 1 of Lot 1. 2, of Blk 87. J. M. ft. E 526 ft. N 655 ft, W

il. ( of_ ex 2 A In SW ___ __ __ John Addition to
*
.. .. .u. KiffhMHt bidder at the courthouae u Alf2 22 5 *'".
n Cor __ ___________14 7 n Henul"y FOlI"tr ft2.N9W'Ar I ::::: : : :: NwVofbSWi4-E--o-f-R-y83\ \ Annie E PrttIt ._
; door; on the liratIonday In --- -- --------- _' 28 6 22 D. C. Jones ___________ 51.70 1 I'
I 1986 which or SW'4' ___. ________20 7 21 80 C..ley Forr& _________ 24.79 Elk 11, Livingston, about 2 A in Cor33 I 22 32
I of
; the month September of September 1930. I E'oJ! 01 NEilL or SE'.4 A LOirJ and Co'* Additionto .lxl in NW 'or f8 NE74of Unknown- ,._. _____ It.

: I.thtted the 7th thu day 17th day of iy, 1936. F4 or NI'4::' __________25 7 U 10 Mn. Addle Jackson ___ 19.15 I Starke ______________28 6 22 Hayes & Sternberg ___. 8.09 !""E'4 being 4174 ft E A
8..JAI.. N 25 A nl 81'1:: nf NE\4\ Lou I, 2, 13, 14 of nik 20. S A
J (OFFICIAL A. J. TIIOMAL) less I A In MW Cor___ __29 1 21 24 W. McEvn ____un___... 503 Livingston Truby A ny'nl' N9iCor: Of8tN

"I : I Clerk of Circuit Court BW" of NE'4 ax Lot I RlkI Co'* Addition to Htarke.28 6 22 J. R. Moore 20.75It. of 8EU\ being 831)"4 ft
I of Bradford County. Florida A ax Lot I 111k 8 A ex Lot. 4, II, 6, 7 of Blk 28. ----------- N A S by 4 T% ft on N
Lot t nJk 11 A Ex Dap.It..t Livingston" Truby A aide A 613 ft on 8 ..IdeLo'to

t 7-17-51-8-21 Church lot ________29 7 21 39 C. B. Robert ______n_ 10.28 I ('0'. Addition to Slarke _,28 6 22 L. Thomas ___*_____, 13.71 public road 22 17 CItes. O.
OF APPLICATION NF4 01 NE1,4 let's 18 A on Lot. H, 9, of Blk 29. LlvInmton. 2 of 111k 2. j.-M-Jo-hn.: Woodbr.a.e. __ 12f
NOTICE
\v side or (lulley I Truhv & Cn'a Sub DIY of NE'( of
t I FOIl TtlKF.lt Branch _. uu____ ____80 7 II U Che"l..y Fogg" _u_-____ ".411 Addition toSiarke :_-_.28 6 22 "10 10 1. ,_ _
(mate Kill 'Vo. IM.1) NFJ'4 of NW'4 ___________38 .7 21 .0 Emma Muehl.nhardt __ 16.18 Lot 4 of Blk 6, Living-' R. I. William... _..-..- 371 N! oF -NW--% 01----NW44--- ---Os eX II.... ;a Nru Fannlll Stewart _. If

.' .' : NOTICE 18 HEREBY lIVEN, 1'Hi1'4' nt I'IE\4' \ ---_--__28 t 22 .0 F. 211. Crew ---------- 6.75 Aton Truby A Co' Sub W II A A 11" A In NEC'or.84) 8 22 111 )
.
That Helen M: Stearns, holder of II A In B of N% of Lot. SE'4 or D. D. Woodard .
NWI4 of 5'
Dlv of NEV of NEVi\ 28 ft 22 NW% __ at I J2 ----
4 j 4 Tax Certificate No. 475 laaued the 1. II ______.__ _________88 4 22 8 H. C. Wlmherly ___u__ 8.861 Lots 3, 4 of Blk 14 Llv.---- Unknown .....__._ 24ft NW1. of SE" 8t 8V5 ot 10 A. E. Wall __ :
6th day of September A. D. 1932, haa WI of of 5 22 20 Carson 1.1. Oriffle ______ IH''
S. 4 NE'4 NW':1---: 8.221 Ingaton, Truby A Co's SWV5 01 NE\4\ _________811 0 22 80 Marion
r filed same In my office and has Lots 81 82, 83 In Wood OU..lOOn .
Rub DIY of NE'of SW\4\ ot NW\4\ 8 7 J2 -- ---
made for tax deed to ____ __ ____ 30 Mra. Ada Howe. _____ I ---------- 40 Mre. N.B. Hull __ _
application I a lawn __ 10 II 22 12.42 NE4. __ __ _____28 < 22 s or _._ 10:
be tsiued. thereon. Said' certificate E'4ofLot42&SotLot of"if fit" Unknown __._._____.__ t.88 8% or SW% of Ii
Lots 2 27 Livingston
,', ). :; embraces the following' described S2 In Wonlll"wn ___u_11 II t2 10 J. 1. Harvey __________ 2.101 I. Truby A, Co'sSub W40 SWy------------------- 3 7 22 10 Mary T..rrell __ _
,.ropertln the County of Bradford I.ot. 54. 89 tn Woodlawn 11 6 22 20 Fred 1.. Conner ______ 8.2a Dlv of NEVi of NWI4 or or NE'4 or 8W'4 ___.. 8 1 J3 ao L. A. Geiger' ____h _'
't Stat. of Florida, to-wlt: Lots 88. 40 In Woodlawn _ll II 22 20 A. J. 8warts _________ 8.601 I I NEV5 less 5 A In h. 311
NEV\ ____________ ____28 0 22 Ng ,
Vnknown ___._.___. Cor _______ 8 7 22
t.88
Northeast Quarter of Southeast N% 01 NW'4 or SW4 ___.13 II 22 20 Lawrence O. Weekly. __ 8.22 I Lot 3. 4 of Blk <8, Livingston NV5 of NE -------- 85 'J". J. Alderman ___ 71f
,: 1 Quarter of Northeaat. Quarter. Nt.; ot NEIof SE'4 ___.II II 22 20 1. O. Weekly, Truetee. 8.22 Truby A Co'. Five %n-N-----r---- 4 7 12 80 Mike Dew _un-____-__-_- m
t Unction 29 Townahlp 6 South Lots 27. 28 In Woodlawn .111 5 22 20 Mary E. Ward ________ 8.22Lot Sub Div of NEV of acres of
Range 22 East. containing 10 59 In Woodl..wn ____18 II 22 10 l'oIre. Thereaaa Mathl.._ 5.80 NWV5 or NW\4\ ---_____ 4 7 U 5 Unknown _____
_
6 22
---------- A.. T. Paul ____ SW\4 or NW'4 ______ t 7 -- -- -- 1ft
Acre lens t1'1.: .iv:28 S.77 -- U to
t more or Lots 8. 8. 11, U In Wood- 2 of 131k 10, --- S 4 --- J. F. Herring ________. 51f
The aaaenament of the said. property ____ _____ __ _____ 22 A that of
t : lawn 18 II to J. 11. Williams __u____ 18.29 Ingaton, Truby A Co'aflub Ei, of oJ of :Jon
; under the raid certificate! I.F I- Lot. 15. 18. U In Wood- I ly-

;, cued wa In the name of K. W Hun- | lawn __________________15 5 U 80 D. I. RI.by __ ______ 18.18 NEV4 Dlv__ _of_____NEVi___ ( __of__28 6 23 log W or State Road No II
f ter. 1'140 ot Lot 11 In Wood- u Unknown ____.__.___._ 4.88 J8 ______-____h________ 7 '7 sa 5 R. O. Moore
I _____
Lots 3. 4 of Blk 30, Livingston ___ T
: ITnlei said certificate shall be. lawn ______ __ About 1 A In NE Cor of h 4\
__ _-___18 8 22 II Rlnclalr Morley _____ 809 Truby & Co'sSub
redeemed according to law the i Lot 69 In Woo tRwn _____18 II 22 10 IAwia u : EV5 or SWV5 of NE% E I
: : Garrett ________ 5.11 Div of of
NEli or '
wIn road 13 I
e ___
property described therein bej: Lots 10. 23 In Woolllawn11 II 22 20 8. O. Potter ___________ 8.22 ------- -- 7 7 22 1 W. G, Tomlln.on ___ _
tIi old to the highest bidder thecourthouae Lot NBVi ____________--____28 6 22 Willie Robert ____.. 8.77 2 A In NE Cor or NEt or u ..I
Woodlawn18 22
I
10 Charlie Ga.kine ______ ,
.ta\.I UIwoodlRwn
i
i door on the I I Lots: 2h'n 16, 17, 18 in Lot 3 of Blk 82 Livingston sW'4' 70 yda N A: S by

; day In the month of September' 1936 I _______ .____20 I 22 40 Truby A: Co s Bub- 140 yda E 8t W -----___ 7 7 U 2 C. M.
Dy.ck Bro. ________ 193 Dlv of NEVi' of NE4.28 ft 22 Walter RIt..h _______ __ 4Jl1I
u Cummlng SEV5 01 n
which I la the 7th. day September, E'& or NW'4' 01 NE'4' ofNW'4 Lot 4 of Blk 82 Living. ..... 8.84 NEt'----------9- 'J 23 .0 J. E. Sullivan ___ ____ 713
NW'4 '
19H6 __________ .-______21 5 n I Law I. Oarrett ______u .-.01 oton. Truby A Co's Sub NWV5 or or SW, 01 7 U 10 Unknown ____.__u______ I.I )
Dated' thl* Urd day of July 1936. E40 01 NEI4 of NW\4\ lessI 8WlILA
DIY of NEVi\ of NE'4____28 ft 22 Charlie Thomas *4 A In SW Cor or
L : OFFICIAL SEAL) : A for Cemetery22 5 II 18 C. I. A M. 42 ...... f.88 14EV5
Dln.fddllr 12.
Lot 1, 2 or E% of Blk ? '
r II A J. THOMAS.Clerk EM! of N or NW\4\ or -- o 8W'4 or BW\4\ BA W

j of Circuit Court NE'4 .________________23 II 22 III ?tr F. Brown 8 52 Co's 33, Livingston Sub Dlv of Truby NEVi of A of Ditch ..----__________19 T 22 11 W. 1.. Eugg ______ 1.lt
\ or --
Florida N.E\4 or --
.,-.11.5t.8.UI. of Bradford County 1 N Rti 4 or A of NW4 SWY or of NEt NE\4? \___or:23 I U 20 Dr. G. W. Bro--n-------- I'll NEe __________________28 6 22 Lydia Tyson _n_.___.. 8 39 1 A In 8EV5 8E ('or lit SEV5 ID3 e"A ,
r Lot 1 2 of Blk IfLlvlnll'.ton.
,-i, NW ______________n23 II 12 4 len. w_ "Y...__ "H or EH or NW% 01 SEV5 of

<-IRTIT< 'OI'RT INin FOR IS" .of SWH of NW:23 6 22 20 Mr. it.ltii"Ji: ii.' .. 1212: Co's Sub .Dlv Truby of NE%A SE1' ---------_________ 1 U 12 J. D. Prevatt _____ ___ 5.1\
S 800 It
or u
Lota 1 2 8. 4. 7. 8 of Blk NW\4\ or
8E\4\
,4 j (RRAUFOHD'ER. Ot"VTV, IN: (HAN. 1 Town of Lawtey, W of ft.of_NEVA. -.-;.-,-; .7 ':_":_:':':_-,28 I 22 Lydia Tyson -_...._._. 8.89! W or Ry -_____________ 1 22 I iro........,..... 7""...__ __A.
_________.__________ I B4, OI OIK Of l"lVIHBTBlOn --- '- J 'uw-
CORA II. CRABTREE ) Ry 23 5 22 Roy Reddish _u_______ 11.14' ruby A Co'a Sub Div uctrCo. .. '.U'
Lot. 8 E* of a 1 A lot In SW Cor --------- ---
4 t
of Blk. 2 Townof I
., Plaint' I ) Ry _. 23 5 22 H. L. Cotton I of NE14 of NE'6 13 A. O. Jenkins ___.___. 588 of SEt of SEC of SEVi.18 7 21 _
I v. ) DIVORCE Lot 6: of t.hl.20fT -of __ _____ 152 NH! of Blk 87 A all Blk Lot 3 A 4 of Blk 14 In w. H Griffin _n______ 745

C. H. DefendantNOTKH cnA TREE. )> Lawtey tllk W of Ry -----.23 5 22 H. L. Cotton _____uu_ 7.OB Co'n:38, Livingston Sub DIY of Truby NEVi ofNEH A Lot.Hampton 7 8 9 -of--._______...19 7 22 Mrs. P. P. Croft uu nc3M<
Lot Elk
TO "PPF.'RTHE 7. 4. Town ofLawtey _____ __________ 8Lota 6 12 16 In
W ______ A. O. Jenkin. _..______. Hampton 19
of Ry 23 5 22 8.89 7 J2
STATE OF FLORIDA Mary M Bennett ______ 1242B 9, 10 A S 8 ft ot Lot E 25 ft of Lot----1-- i-i'--Div Mrs. F. P. Croft mm ,
WH of Lot B of Blk
,::4 I To C. H. Crabtree, whoae residence 7 7. 8 of Blk D. Jonea Addition of SWVi of
Town of Lawtey W of _____ SEVi, C. J.
unknown to Starke __ 28 22
I I. B
: ._____________ __ Dr. A. E. Dunham __.. Week Sub Dlv ______
l It I la hereby ordered. that you are Ry. -23 22 Mrs. Mamie L. Edwards" 4.85 Lot 2. 8. 4 of Blk C, Jones 21.46 of -- 19 7 22 Mrs. Edith Rawley ____ III) ,

4 required I to appear on September 7, All S A. :Bailey Lot A allflag AddItion to Starke ____28 8 U Dr. E. 1. Bigg .. NH NEVi less NEVi\ SW'4 of ,
._ 3
: t. 193 before the above-entitled: Courtto l Lot 1 Town of Lots 1 8 ... 14.82 A right of ,

'L : the Hill of Complaint filed against. Lawtey W of Ry ______23 5 22 Dr. Q. W. Brown ______ 32.BSB ".: 1.8.: idgft1"lk way A SH of NEV* of

,, In entitled and Dlag Lot 8. Town of Law Star _________ ____ NWVi leas 2 A In SB
the above 28 0 U
you Bradtord County Telegraph cause la hereby : tey W of Ky -___-____. 23 22 Roy Reddish _.________ 123 Lot 1, a 2. 18. 14 of Blk-- 19, A. H HaJJ ______._____ 1313 Cor -------__._._____ _20 7 22 135 Inca Ivey Pollard5531:

; designated. a* the duly qualified Lot 61 Town of Lawtey B Temples Addition to SWVi; of NWVi\ ----____I_21 7 22 40 R. 8. Humphrey ____. 98(
fJ I of Rv __u_ _.. 23-24-26-26 B 22 L. H Hill ____________ 16.82 EH of NW'4 of SWVi\ ____21 7 22 20
newspaper In which thla order shall Star e ______________28Lota 6 22 F. A. Scott ____.__ EV5 of R. T. Corbin _.______u Il I.
E 64 ft of Lot 7 A __. SWVi of NW __
E 15 1795 % 28 7 22
be published once a week for four 3, 12 A 8H of Lota 4. B A In 20 J. V. Jones____________ 103
ft of Lot Town NE Cor of
of NWVi
onxecullve week. : 11 of Elk I 19. Temples of
I seal oft Lawtey E NWV -------------..29 7 22 8 Knott A _____ 12 !'
the ___
Witness hand and Addition Stark 28 I U Pitts
I ,: hla Court my at I Ntnrke! Florida thie29th Ry ___________23-24-26-26 5 22 Dorr Trowbrldga ______ 9.12 Lot 5 of Blk to 1 Wynns Ad- F. A. Scott _n_________ 8.09 Lots 15 1, 2, 3, 7, 8' 9, 10 oi m
Sub Dlv of
day of July, 1936. Lot 8 Town of Lnwtey E dition to Starke ____28 I 22 NH
: OFFICIAL SEAL) of Rv -- -- ---- 23-24-26-26 5 22 Oeo. F. Young ..-_.... 24.05 Lot, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, of Elk-- 1. 0111. Hair .--._____--_ 558 NEii of NWVi-8% A.29 7 22 9 Rebecca Johnson ----- 23'

A. .1 THOMAS: I Lot 21* Town of Lawtey B City Park Sub Dlv, W A S'i 2, of SWV4 of SW! '/* _____80 7 22 20 Pat Adama ____________ n:
4, 'i. J Cleric of Circuit Court, of .Ry -------. 23-24-25-26 5 22 Mrs. E. R. Harmon _u_ 2.30 C'.. Addition to Starke..28 6 22 W. B. Watson NWVi\ of NWV _--_______30 7 22 40 Oeo. F. Yerger _______ lilt
Ilradford County Florida. Lot 24 Town of Lawtey E Lots 7, 8. 18. 14. 15, 16, -.-...-- 4 gg Lot 1 of WVa of NWV4----81 7 22 10 Heater Adama ________ 4.19
PATTEN AND LANDflUM of Ry .___ 23-24-25-2ft 5 22 Mr. Jennie E. Brown. 10.20 17 18. 19, 20. 21. 22. 21. Lots 1. t.a3'tn2jar'; ;, of .'
; Attorney. for Plaintiff EI.of. 8W of SW4 01 24: 26, of Blk 2, City Blk 7 31-32 7 22 Fred A Rose Fox _____ 113

".U. H'U _,.. % _-.:: ,---:,, .;:. ---- B 22 B Young. Chandler__ u__ 7.75 Park Riib.T>lv. W .A C'. S 65 :yds of '18gr ;NBVi:
1 I. nw V4 : 0 n 1U Ueo. F. Young _____ f.311 -5 A A Con yds N
-- I Addition to Starke ___ 28
wi : 6 22 W.
:.rf D.
;. NE'4 0-r's''iV\4--.I' Lois 12. 13. 14, 15. 16 of Watson __..__. 12.21 of SB) Cor of NEVi of
NO'I'U'.l OF PPIirTION W 3sf., A or NE'4 or NE1,4ot Blk ft. City Park Sub- NEVi A run N 275 ydx,

FOil TtX IIKKHKenate 8WIi. ____________ __.2t I 22 U F. a.nevlI Hannon .___ 8.82 W Addition to NB Cor of Bald NE'4
( Rill 'II... 141:1)NOT1C..1 : ) P.1vSta kalltC' of W
tEt3 01 NE of 8W'4' E 01 NEVi thence 188Hyds

1..1 f1 1 IS HEHKHY lIVEN lIned ._____ ___ __-____211 II 22 II 1... J-I. Hili ____________ 8.81 Lot. 4. 5, 6, 7, -8_,_ 9ioot: 28 6 22 W. D. Watson ..__._.. 4.18 thence H 275 yda.
That I... W Conway holder of Tax flE of SWi4! or 9W14 ___.211 II 22 10 C. I. & 211. Dln.f.ldn 5.93 Blk 4. City Park Sub. thence B 188H yd* to
'4 Certlflinte No. a:13, Ixsued the 6th NI of NW'4 < '. ofSE" Dlv W b.-1I1 A, also com at
A C'. Addition'
day of September 1U12. haa filed I ; A ;,rr tEEi4 of 8EV of NE14
.rii'elJa to Starke Er norsof
: 28 ft 22 W.
annie In my haa madeapplication tlI 51414 .________35 5 22 10 Catherine Will on ____ lI.n Lot 1. 2, 3. 9.-10. 11. 12, 13 B. Watson _.__.___ 8.31 A 1 yds, W 220
tor.. tax deed to be I.- NE'4 of NW\4\ of $E'420 I J2 10 R. L. Drown ___________ 5.93 of Blk 0, City Park !Htibr yds, N 110 :yds, E 220
J sued. thereon Said certificate em 1 l..t nV'8'vo\ N side >lv. W A C'. Additionto yds to be*-S A _______35 7 22 20 L. T. Dyer ____________ 1235
following deacrlbed' prop of H of A NEM of '
of
rent : Ktarke ----------2$ ft 22 W. D.
Bradford Watson fN4.to&N
the County of _.. 8.89
adjoining State noad SEV
\
Lots 6, ft, 10, 11. 12, 11, 14. WH of
'! State of Florida to-wlt: right, nt way __________28 5 22 E. E. Durn..y --------- 13.02 15. 16, 17 18, 19, 20. 21, SWVi of NEVi ex ? A
Houth-Euat Quarter of North- 840 .I Ii1Etf or nl 22 of Blk 7 for road ______35 7 22
BEIJ.t City Park --------- 66 Mr. M O. Constantine4
I'
Kant of Section 12 '
Quarter :
;h EEk3 lit Wli of ofSl4 Sub.Dlv, W A C- Addition Beg at a pt on W Hide of
Township. 6 South, Range UEa..t.
,
0 51of 94W" of Hy right of
to Starke jr ...28 ft 22 W B. Watson. way on See
; ....
containing 40 acres more ..._ 12.21
.. I NRI4 lit 43KM or 8E34 ofsw4 Lo 6, of"Hk' 8, line A run N on rightof
.
*I' or leasThe _' .--2'1 5 linE. E. Burn.y _________. H.I0 rtyl'prk8's: .- I W A waY TO yds W 35yd
t .t of said
assessment the prop W'J; of SII'4 : SV Af C'" Addition to Stark,.. 28 ft 22 W. B. Watson *. S 70 yda to said Sea
;:
', erty under the said certificate ,tunned Et g SV : ofSW'4 3H A In NWV4 of SW'4 8 ___._.._ J.J6 line, thence E to b.rr-

S : wa. In the name of Anna OMurrhee. _. _______ ________ 28 5 U 30 W. n. Dixon __________ 7.811 of Madison !!It. known as H A In SEV of SWVi __35SWVi 7 22 C. A. Toongblood40 _____ 311SO

Eli! nt Lot If lit all Lot iiiIn .1. U. Alvarex r.". Blk In ; of NEV. _____ -...--86 7 22 E. L. Klnchen ___-_____
Unlace said certificate shall be redeemed WoodlRwn _________80 I II 15 1.. n. Denmark n_____ ".81 Starke ex Lot In NW W 11- A of SH of SWVi of
"' according I to law the property tots 65. li6. 117. 58 In Cor sold e eI'J. L Peek2$ 6 22 t '. W. Andrew NE'4Ii 8E14 of NWVi._ 2 II 22 45" R. M. 5fo3(
described thereinvlll I be Bold Jr. ..... 34 ci Heraey ---------
I'fiV' Wnodlawn ------____ __ 5 U .0 211... 2IIallde Wainwright One 62H ft N A by NH of NWV* of SWVi\ -- 2 8 22 20 (1. F. Wackerman 3 il
: to the highest bidder at the courthouse ___n___________ 13.56 lIlt B A W In, JoJ8 Cor RH of NEVi ol SBVi _--:: 2'Beg 8 22 20 J. L.: Harden A Son----- 133!
[ door on the first Monlat In WtlI 01 NWnt NFW ___ 83 I 22 20 Mt. J-(. Dixon _____u___ 8.22 Of Lot lying 218Uj ft 8' of at a pt on W side of
t I the month of September! WilE.f NEt4 of of Madison. St. Bounded N Ky right of way on N
la the 7th day of 1936Dated
September,
A E'' "f NW4 ofNV by .1. W Hayes. B by line of Sec 1 A run S

: ( this 2Mh SEAM day ot July 1936OFFICIAL *.. 01 NII: ,. ____84 5 22 10 E. E. Burn..y __uu_ 2.114 Sanders 8t .. __ 28 6 22 Mike Dew _......_..._ 407 on right of way 95 ldt' .
:
\vtt! of N of NWI4 ofNVL4 One lot 105 ft N &SbySl W 85 yd,,. N 95 yd
3 A. J. THOMAS: _____86 5 22 111 C''. I. A ",. Dlnrrft1dH_ '.&2 ft E A W Bounded N by aid Sea line thence Eon

L Clerk of circuit Court I N'_ or BW", of BE1& _.__ 2 6 U 20 Ell Orlffis __u_._____. 4 07 Call M1 St' Hv 1\1I.! *. ..II._ said line to be..._*..t.. A. -
of Bradford Florida.tlBt828 .., .. .. -
It County, uic-ti. "'UTI/ ic. onn. tn 01 __ : 03
NW' _
W-'by-fj-rn COOkSOyIAddn NE'4 >l. ___ I 8 t3 1 C. A. Younabloo _____
i' 't I--.. ..;.ri.ht'.oi; ; ::_:: 3 6 U 84 1*. H.
way Ruaiell ____ 10.20 to Htarke .______28 6 22 E. H. Smith, ........_._ NWII 01 NE\4\ A N% of.
: : I NI4 ot NE'4 01 tH:' ____ 8 I U 10 Mlllurd It Judd 8 98 Com at NW Cor of San- 1904 NWI{3" lit NW 01 !""W'410 8 22 180 Unknown ;. __________ 2' 25
NoTICE OF APPIICATIONFOH : MIll ot NI& .r NE'4 of SE'4 II 8 22 10 Russell B. Judd 8.98 deraon Lane A Hogan W.'i> ot NEV5 o. SW% of

: TtX ItKKII'Beam N Po'"- 01 N"1... __ n___ .____ 7 22 .0 Adam Oreen ._ 402 Alley A run N on said NW\4t. ----------______11 I 22 I J. G. Holler H3
Hill %o. llklNOTK'K ) 5E _______n____ I I 22 180 Jerome Thlnh ---__ 41 44 Ian. 64 ft W 60 ft. S E40 or8W4\ ----________33 8 U 80 Salvation ----_-_--_-_:: 1612
Irt HEREBY. aiVEV vls: < 't NV'4 of NW'f 8 8 U 10 Adam Green .__..____ 1.66 52 ft to Hoiran Alley All SV5 nt NW'.4* W or Arm
'That R II. Smith holder of Tax Certificate \ : ;, SWI A 2 A in thence B 50 ft to beg In State Road No. 211 ex

J' No. 47*. Issued the 7th day sty cor of'1:' of I'IW4E \ Starke __ _______.___28 6 21 Dr.E.L.Biggs 10 '9-200 Rosa
.._
of August A. D' 1933. has filed :earn A W of !SEL' of SWI4_ 8 6 U 102 Jerome Thlrech -... 1623 One lot com---60 ft W of ..._. 27 Itft Manning' .t..ae'2t 1909 .,

: r In my office and haa: made application of M o SK% A NW Cor of 8anderon A cx 1 A to l'oIoor.r ____II 8 U 83 W. A. Jones __________ 431
*
for a tax deed to be laauedthereon \\4 of SFh! or flEI4___ 9 6 U 80 Mrs. Alfaretta Gesaner.. 8." Lane A Hogan A SW4 of 494
Said certificate embracea I'I'1' t NE'S, A E of run N 117 ft, W.Welt. 8 $ BWV5 of SW ____II I U 10 J. 1.. Harden .to Bo"All ,,---
/ the following. described. In .; __ __ 6 U 120 W14 01 8W\4t. W or
I'' property -- .--10 Wm. E. Tarbrough.... 21.85 63 ft. W 56 ft. 8 52V4 ft 8y .x 10 'A In flW 7U
: the county of Bradford, State! of CorIZ s U 18 J. LawnneeE --
NW or $E'4 A NE% ofMt to Hogan Alley, thencefi HII It or H. ------
': Florida. to-wlt.: t' E ot ____ .____10 6 n 80 Mr. Alice Humphrey 21.86 on Bald Alley 140 ft to 01 NE\4\ 01 8E34 39$
: South Half of Houth-Weet. W'Ar nl NW'I. III ___.11 6 U 20 8WI.7 A ----______33 3 12 7 Unknown __ ______ .___
SW\4\ W. E. Yarbrough 4 67
beg In Starke _
___ _____28 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs ._.._.. 2015ft \\4 A In BE ('or or that poro _
,. Quarter of North-End Quarter I$!lfJ ot NFJor SW'41f 6 22 20 L. B. Bobaln -___ 7.49SE8 One lot of land In Stark. tim)
and West Half of South. 5; 01 IIW'4 ot RE'4 aSW'4 282 ft N A. S hy 810 ft log ; of NF3V5 of 14E lIa81 Iy-
Eaat Quarter Section 16, Township "' 01 81':4: 01 MEI4 .15 6 22 30 Blanche 1. Whitten ___ B A W Bounded N by N 8t II! By being, ft
:' I 7 South Range 21 East, by 111 It E A W
; E40 "I I'IE\4 or SE" cx 2 St A E III
: by Sanderson
,, ; containing 100 atrea more or I..... A In HE co" _______ .. ___111 6 U to B. Wataonig _. 11.31 Lane __ _______ft 22 J. W. NJo Parallel" with ny ------13 8 U Peter Gainer _________
Harrell or
_. NE"
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The anne itment of the raid property All NW4* or 8W\4\. W of Com 816 ft E -of-NE- -- Cor of ___ 22.78 :'. A EV5 of 19."
under the said. certificate laCuI _________ NW34 of N1..V5 ----U 8 U
Hy 11 6 U 9 H H. Young 428 Broadway A Hoyt Sta A 10 J. D. Thompson -----' )3t:
ed waa In the name of Unknown. All W% of 8W'4 E of Ry run N 106 ft. E 62H ft. S SW4 or MWV5" -----------5 I 22 to Leigh M. Pear.all ___ '
'
I t Unle, raid certificate ahall be redeemed In Ieo.!! 11 A a fran 01IIEV 105 It 8tvOr SW 8c
to Hoyt !St! W 91.13
according I to law the property or SE 8.0. 18 lit or N4\ -- --______ 8 12 .00 111. Pearsall ---
a Leigh .
't : 62V4 ft to ? :
: beg In Starke_28 6 21 Edna C. Lewis ....... 121 Lot __ ,1
described _
therein I will be --
501.3j '
--- 8
II
Iraci of Nb. -----
of NEt'Sac. Lots 1, 2. 8, 4, 5, 6, of Blk Lot 1 ------ at Leigh 1If. P..ana 912
the ____ 1-----
to highest bidder at the courthouse ----- _34
I
II A a Ira' nfNW" 13 In Qasklna -------- U 27 Leigh M. pearrall 13
ir .I door on the first Monday In of NW'4 See. 22. Addn to Lots 1. 2. 8. 4 --------____ 8 U P.areal ____ 4
Stark _____ 161 Leigh M.
., _
2 ;
29 6 22 Mrs.
Onle Lot
i 4
Freeman ...
,' the month of September 1936, which all E 01 ny .x 11 A 8 A Com at 8W 'or of "Madlon -- '.09 ex U A In NE Cor
I I. the 7th dav of A Lot 8 .X 18 A
September 1986. 9) of pub road sold Satinicr. .. A Myrtle Sta nn E
'LI, .' Dated thla 17th day of July, 1931. .. In R..e. 22 U.1f-U.22 sa 64 Rev. 0. A. Thrower __ 2396 S St 420 A ft,run W side lit all Lot. S. I, 9. 10, ll' 41
(OFFICIAL BEADA. t lgnttllWo 11. U. 12. U. ___ __
A Irae 1f E% 01 flEI.io 8.0 -- I 22 t03 Leigh 3dPearsall -
ft. Madison
I J. THOMAS 18 A. a trao C., JIIl'r: 01 St. thence E to Lot I I. 8. 4, 5, or fI
t1 Clerk of Circuit Court NE'4 11 W on saId Fracl Seo ___________ U
Sec 01 RyI St 210 ft to beg la daa- -- 1 9 U till Leigh M. u B
'..n.5t'8t..rradtord County Florida. I I NJ..A..r lIn: : II 22 Rev O. A. Thrower J.n: kina Addn to Stark Lot. I, a. 8 ------------U 1 U Itl Leigh M. p.areaU -

\ NW\4\ __ __ 40 Jerome Thlrach: a A -- -__ .____21 6 22 1 C. S. Holtaendorf _.._ 7.11 C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector, Bradford County,

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tRf" MR worry about her,, said -
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BAPTIST- CHURCH pAIMMa I the Inspector "She ran away evidently er salt this week Five counties

f'1ItST( (' 8. Price Pastor I In a panic when that old woman / Sarasota. OsceoU.. Okalooui.htckson i f

:; gehool, 10 o'clock a. m.. began shouting you were dead A'f 1 and St Johns will vote

u r and that she had shot Now .. .
-IUpt R you next[ week Three remaining coua
e
1 otmgymg, mW 1f+l1tp, 11 a. m. .r don t get excited about that. The LIVE STATE NEWSNews .u 4 Holme, I'lay and Monroe e
wound Is
only superficial
but
W'orshp.7,30 m. j need rest:' you ire working on financing problem
: p. of Florida In Short ParagraphsTO ,
:1'eSChers Meeting:, Wednes- i I "I need to know where my wifeIs
Ul then I'll rest" j ju. II;.
CU Pd.week
; -
Prayer service. WeaMethods Terry........ his employer Mm. swiftly in looked down at Terry I "You'll take a Bleeping powder I 11

ja) oi p, m_ Schmidt hand a nom and woman and cried"You've killed him." I now and when you wake up, she'll Ai

whose faces he can not lee, be right here SU'll come to her I ESI.ROJlJ'ITOL: :MORF. CMVrilES OKDF.ICKU i
Church Then, like
one possessed, she
some letter She ban sensesrealize there Is no evi-
Pastor. just dlnmbwHHl rushed TALLAHASSEE State decided MIAMI BEACH Sam Brauer. N 1 .
through the door
tv B M Montgomery him In a rage, but now the hall, and down dence against her even before she to accept a $112.500 Federal 30-year-old Miami Beach resident,
Scbool10 a. m. screaming 'Arry knows TM fN.AersRarbe
fawn on him and quick you are living and going to
uadda) she didn't
m. says Moore 'has been grant toward an addition of a now has been prohibited from taking eepeu a
Worshipa. mea," It and Intends to raise shot dead by his be living right along""So ,.... .0. ells t
rnlDg his section for the state capital. State his usual morning stroll to the Ire
: 'Orth ueague-TjSO: p. m. rides I girl! Call the police! 'urry! Police! I I you know It's Idiotic to think I ... .... ,..
waKe Terry off with Suzy And funds totalling $137,500 will be I house pushing a baby carriage and .N 10 OMplhQh .
Worship. 8 p. m.ju.rf.nx I a doctor-though 'e can't do she did it?" -
to be married and Mrs.. SrhmldtKle added. clad only In his underwear Aa o. _. ., ....1.....
..ted to all these erv- I nothing. "Sure, we know.'e haven'tcaught Y.. aeM.t ....-
Terrjname and nddre.." to I ----- .--- chute City Judge! Otto C Stegmann : alert .....-
her cullers. I Suzy dropped the pistol and I the woman who did do it, KOVI D.M.IGE(1TALLAHASSEE: suspended a $10( fine and optional )I ..1..e..,
looked around helplessly. She could but we will. Lucky thing for her
prmbjterTin"Church State four-day Jail sentence given lirauer
land --- High
H Lowry Minister CILPTElt FOnt 'hear calls for the police shouted i( Mrs Schmidt and the rest of way Department engineers esti- when/ he was arrested- and brought I
.;fOrge from the their little circle ,
If windows of the house that the ,1mwlisn't
Sabbath School. I i mated today damage $40,000 to before the court In his loone-flttlng I
000 m She bent over Terry, frantically ]' so good."
M Morning: Worship; "What's the matter, dear?" trying I $43,000 was caused to Gulf Coast undergarment after a nelghbotcomplained '
:100 to feel his pulse. Then when "Mrs. Schmidt? Terry gasped. of his attire.
Terry asked. "You aren't to I roads In West Florida by the recent I
the pastor. going)
moo '* she heard the police whsitles out- "Evidently you're a pretty bad .. A
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VesSeC' tell me again that hurricane
Peoples won't be do-
oo ,' m Young I you side, she factory worker," the said ;
) ing right managed to get to her inspector NINE t'OI'NTlKM' MISSING I
by marrying me, are ----------
feet. with "If
j a
laugh.
Evening Worship you? It'll be Just a waste of your employerhad 1.tsU'UU: : Mill's: llltATKS JACKSONVILLE Fifty nine of I II

Spill breath. This night's going to be She thought she would never be "to have some one try to kill LEES BURG A p p roxlrnately I the ntfUen slxty-neven rountlenhave

. BoIII'ood! Baptist Church I perfect-I know how to finish my able to move again. But she must you."But"You're" 150,000 pounds of grapes were voted participation in i?ld age \

!If\' U O Hemingway, Pastor! stabilizer, I'm practically promisedthe -she must. By a tremendous effort -- shipped from this section duringthe assistance for Florida Conrad Van

irvicesivery! Sunday. Bible managership of the factory.All of will, despite her panic she in no condition to be marketing season Just ended. It Hynlng, state welfare commission '

Jy! ID) r a m Services at 3:30: because I took you to the fac- reached the door. She noticed her thinking. That of plot and business.counterplotsnow. lit estimated that approximately
SOliI' Yoursis
ID afternoon. tory and then purse. Scarcely conscious of what one-third of the crop was cOlsumed
lock peeked over a tran-
som." she! did, she picked it up and went to go to sleep and wake up to in Florida
BtTlIELI'TlST CHURCH see your wife right here."
through the door.Below ---
lit\ L A. Donnley Pastor "I'm worried Terry" she ans- She had not been stopped at the UO.UtEN! I.u\II OFFTALLAHASSEESecretary REDUCTIONSEverything

fLrvices every first Sunday. wered. "If only you knew Germanbut In the hall there was ticket office She had walked unchallenged H, .

sunday School 2:30: p. m. you couldn't understand one great excitement as the police on the channel boat. M. Blrtley said today "some 200" .0I I

I Study and Prayer Services word they said. What were those shouted orders for a passage to be Only a few hours and she would employee of the state road department

Irjr:Bible[Saturday night papers-and why the mystery?" cleared for them. There was no be safe with Maizie'! I were dropped from payrolls Marked Down ;tb t

"Answer your own riddles. I escape there Perhaps the backstairs She had bought a morning paper last Saturday "They were dropped

First Christian Church don't care. Probably that old hag --at least she would try. She Perhaps-but no If therewas I with regrets because of decreased All Reductions Will Remain As Long As
ran hurriedly. Thank God the In It about had work of the "
Is anything what department
W T. McGuIre, PastorBible double-crossing her partnersbut -
Bcv.
back of the house seemed empty Your Patronage Warrants. Let Us
to she couldn'tread he said.
School, 10 a. m. what Is that to me?" happened Terry. I
and the key was in the outer door It. She knew all that mat- --_. .
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11 a. m. "But secret Show You These Values.
:Communion: papers
at the foot of the stairs. She crept TltlKO TO \\KF.fK TRAIN
tered. She
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. "Snap out of it. These aren'twar saw only one thing a
MILTON Mrs.
40-
quietly out just as she heard the Mary Vann.
big head line: OUH NEW t'OMCY
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: times and so what's the use housewife and
police mounting the stairs. She I year-old: grandmother
a. of spies or secret agents or such? I remembered to straighten her hat. j "Austrian Archduke" Assassinated was convicted on a charge of Gixxl. Newel' \\'e lime derided to share our profits with our
Second and Fourth I At Sarajevo. riMtoinern. In the past our profit him been based. on vurloun percentage ,
Preaching Give me a smile You're
now. a being "an before the
to If she out
walk accessory
calmly as were :
11 m. and 8 m. i (Next week: Ylhlle Terry knows on different items of KOIKH. In the future our policy '
.nday I a p. bride or will be In a few minutes." : for a little stroll. She passed a few triumph and bit tpl""'"'' In Ix>inl
Church Suzy said no more of her worry y men and women but at first theyI' I u flip of a coin In Paris brings murder' by hiving two negroes to I our cimtoiiMTM the benefit of any K
SI.Iarks: Episcopal and I new and fiir-reiwhliif( iid\eiitur to attempt to wreck the railroad trainon t'h'lmll"111'1,1.. \>'e nren't greetly. Come share our profits. with I
Service tan second fourth I which her husband was engineer its.
::h Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. I II Suzy) I ?

Utan) and choir practice at' I ----. --. --

_a clock on Friday nights preBesJing II PINE LEVEL II TOIIXC'CO \KKKT: This Is No ,I

Sunday services. : I MrH.. II. 11.I'C'! ''', Correspondent| LIVE OAK;: Nearly 1,000.000 Salefl.

pounds of Florida" bright leaf tobacco fl.

1 Graham Christian Church -__ Curtis Fountain spent last week I was sold at the auction hereIn .

I Rev i I' C Johns, Pastor with Mr. and Mrs J. D. Rushingat the matket's first three days !MEN JOHN H. MTKT.HOVHATS

Service second and fourth Sun- Penney Farms. The average price was fractionallyunder / Ml'MMKHOKHTF.lr: : i 'I

Ifs,, 11 II m. and 8 p. m. f Mr and Mrs. T A Championand twenty-seven cents, which {

Bible[ 'School every Sunday 3 p.m. Ja children and Mis W. P. Love- market officials said Indicates SUITS ;

Sarvici, very Sunday night 8m. lace all of Kings Mountain N. C., good prices' next week when middle .

'and Mr. and Mrs. E J, McRae of Stalk leaf -comes In. $12.74! to $15.59

Prayer meeting I Wednesday Waldo, were visiting Mr. and Mrs ... (Bliss Semen) "
I Kill G.VMIU.INOTAMPA :
t H, M McRae, Monday (Courier Shape)
i
Misses Myrtls and Arie Fountain County gambling arrests $13 25 J

spent Sunday with Miss! Ruth LewIs last month total 238 as an Intensive IL '

BtateTax Levy.Will Be t tfid in Rising section drive by Sheriff's deputiesand -- $7.00 Value $5.37 ::

Mrs J. B. Starling and children district officers brought the

lashed By Three Mills were visiting Mr and Mrs. W. J. total to the highest number in recent MKVH: IWF.NSSHOES: Ir

d M Johnson In Vanderbilt section Sunday months. The drive resultedIn f.\lU" UOKKSHOES k

IALLAHASSEE new state tax afternoon. estreat merit of more than $2000In J Js .

vy)' )f ,two and a half mills has I I T. N and Lee Roy Norman, of bonds posted for releases from

'n fixed for the 1936-37 fiscal "My father gave! this to my mother the Gum Branch were business visi- county Jail.

j'lr tii Oov Dave Sholtz. It Is a night they were married and now I give tors here Saturday. riiAlits N.\iiKiri: ---
> \\
Nuctinn "or three mills under last I It to my wife", Miss Vesta McRae spent last (' niM>Hltloii or Leather .Sole
ORLANDO-After a ruckus at
,.u < week with Misses Eula Mae and the American Legion arena here $1.30 I

The governor said balances in Etta Fae Dyal at Sampson City. last week, brought a serious Scalp r
WOUB funds supported by direct -but even while they were pledg- | were too absorbed hurrying to see >Ir, and Mrs. C. M. Phillips and Injury to Dick Powell, a wrestler $1.69 to $3.90 ,

valorem i taxation permitted the \ ing the vows which would bind | what had brought out the police to daughter, Verna were recent sale of In bottles at future
them for life, she felt she was de- | notice her and as she wound her of Mr. und Mrs George pop
Auction< He added the lower rate into I sway from one street to another, guests contests was banned and arrange- ill":N'S UU'1':: DKMM: !MKN'M UIIITKSHOES:
liberately pushing something
''ill !have no application to the Cone. ments made to bolt all chairs to the I
ate' general) revenue fund out of the back of her mind somethingshe she knew that for the moment at Mis Willis Dyal and children of floor. Powell was Injured when
would have to face another least she had escaped. and Mrs. Louise
Inch City
general governmental opera- Sampson spectators, aroused by his treat
Ms in financed. time.When "She's gone." some one screamed Snowden of Starke, visited Mrs ment of an opponent, climbed Into WORK PANTS '

Ad valorem taxes are levied onlyr they returned to Terry's as the crowd entered Terry'sroom It. M. McRae Saturday. the ring and one crashed a chair

f, speclflt funds. The general room, Suzy cried out In delight. and found him lying on" the across his head. (Leather. !Hole)
There were great bowls of lovely floor. "Get the murderess. Birthday Party
ut
IB
supported he stated by soiled $1.25 Value 98c
indirect flowers "We'll get her all right" said A birthday party was given Sat OJeHHu McI. e-lI-eleventh birthday ,
taxes such
M, Itquoi estate slot' machines as gaso-, "Now don t say I ever overlook one of the police urday afternoon In honor of MissO'rlC'J The children played games until $3.25 Value $2.67

Kumentary> stamps and other as- anything Mrs. Moore,"" he said. Suzy knew her feet must be :\ -: 4:30. : o'clock when they were call-

J wments "You didn't, but I certainly did moving although she felt as If she N"tl....* I" hereby liven that t have ed Into the dining room where they
wed- still. She knew be- flli-d my, filial" import" ".. Executor or were served Ice tea and cuke Those MF.N'N POI MKVH STRAW
standing
"I 1 have set the millage for theItrenl know that this was to be our were the l->tat.. of l.ouvenla V PowlliiK.ilHCPUMHil. e
c fiscal ding day at least I hoped it so cause sometimes she was in a dark, that I have filed by petition who attended the party were Doris }
year at two and a must true."" little street sometimes In a wide, fur final flmrhari. and that Dyal Betty Crosby, Doris Crosby, SHIRTS HATS I
LIt hard I knew It come 1
mills, which Is the lowest In nn the fifth day l of Aujtunt .1930. tE
e "Oh, Terry-" she broke off and lighted one. Or was she dreaming? will apply t Honorably /0,. Kferryman Lucile Crosby, Harlen Crosby Le-
history of
the state far ( eUlilM
so as Y .1 cords are available," he said in a looked as if she were going to Was it all Just a horrible night and foil li'oiint, l-'l..rlilii.. at I Ilarke. for Lucile Mowers, Lucile Alvarez 69c Value 46c 5c profit on each hatJ.M.ALVAREZ
P spared mare? Would she wake up uupiovul. I ..r held l final report and I
statement."It cry."And find Terry comforting her, asking for final, illMhi'W' .a" Executer of Betty Dyal, S. A Fountain
[ was fourteen mills in 1929. one thing more, Terry Mold "" Hillle Fender and Owen McRae.
what her bad dream had been ? ; ] ; or ,
The l lowest previous millage acting said In a matter-of-fact voice, Thin22'ICNlh':: : J. iOlWL.INII i. Eugene McRae, also Mr and Mrs

to the records was in 1887 opening her purse and putting She thought she would hall a lxeeutor. Emmett Lanier Mrs. Alma Starl
husband'Bduty taxi and ask to be driven a long 7-24-41-S-H
forty-nine something into It. "It's a
years ago-when It ing. Mrs. Willis Dyal. Mrs. Louise
ru tour mills." to see that his wife Isn't pen- way any way at all But she was 1n'ru'I'ro "J-II'rOI': AMin. > Clark Mrs W. M. Newman After ji C,
of afraid she wouldn't be able to .
The! niless. Here's what's left your :itrroiii
new |levy is one mill for would ( presenting the many nice, useful TIUO uirKMni.K: : HTOKK 4
Perhaps the driver h"ti-l given el-Mom to
speak Ix "
P1'Ibllr< schools winnings at the race--spent practically Nolle and all gifts the children left for their 1 1a
one-half mill for thee and"relicned( any
th"
strange about pay to No Credit No Further Reductions
livestock nothing of It-get yourself notice something d..ltn dun ....f.f... "f B '., 1I11C1I.l d.- homes wishing Odessa many more
sanitary board, one- her. Best to take no chances. Itwas .. lltor. atilt cl..lm-. 1f
hlt some clothes. I rushed you so youcouldn't ."ua"d and I" '' < f
milt happy birthdays
for the state board of Into and to ui.'si-ill' '"" Honorable W.
to a park IIIIH
b get what every bride too late go t' nnlty Jud Ih..lrol
81th "
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three-eighths i ie
a ale mills for the needs, a trousseau. One thing more sit down. She must keep on walk- I lm.. annlnM.. 1'lie 1 wnhia. ', night
prison and one-eighth mill i.. KiinrM d*"' 'i' "tu,
r free school before I get the kiss I'm expect- Ing. m'h"' fi..m. .Ii'. of flr.t publl.ai -
foI A levy of textbooks. ing." He took a little box from his Where she went she never knew I ..| of fhlH i..' "n "r the. lama will rl rL7f +
two and ,
"u this year for confederate three-eighths pocket. "My father gave this to As long as she was to live she be barred)hll)I I'I |mf, )(,. Adm'x. OLLOFFLDRIDAUP.

Ill ins was eliminated pen-be- my mother the night they were never could remember anything'' -24 41 l M 1 H I ,

hue there is entirely married and now I give it to my clear about that night except one
a balance of I
$1.153.-
8 In that wife." thing. Perhaps she had been walk
04no fund which the gover- TafLow"CircleTour"rafes L4 .
circle. For rC
like
a
in something
laid "is sufficient to all "Oh, what a beautiful old fash- ing I
federate pay said. suddenly she saw she was oppositethe I
veterans pensions even I ioned ring Suzy house where Terry lived. It Too. TOO own rtATr Ihla ......* +
nlOf thOUt any additional revenue for' "And it says inside With all my since she end. eee All of Florida at bar boil Florida Motor UBM i ts
hours
'teen months Into the next adeinlat love,' Terry whispered as he placed must have It. been burn- .p...., "Circle Tow" laro .. Just made for the .s e ay '
ration" it on her finger. 1 had left Theer were lights r 3 vacattoalal or b. lne.. maa who w.nta. lo reds Ihe entire ir, ,

The free textbooks raised her face from her Ing In the hall as always, but for e ........... la ....1... comfort sad at loweil poaalblo. --. '
Suzy
wed from millage was his kiss. Then I the rest all was dark, even Ter'rye Take to ibo whole Eaal Coaat Weal Coaet sad CoalrU ,
three-fourths to one- hand to give Terry IIr
(ht room. She shivered. It was 1 Florida, maklBo; a eoraplolo. "Circle otFlorida.
because there Is a balance of suddenly she stood frozen with him ." Start .leave. '
II M.000 too horrible to think of lyingin 4 anywhere say 3 5
"it in the fund. horror. The door behind Terry bad I the morgue. She wished she f ,, lie........ anUmllod atoporor plhl..... $12 r.sroal.

10'v rnor.haa been the usual custom of opened slowly and silently. The had stayed beside him---anything "' I 1ii111'1.! .. Ak ages for complete .tali. C:,

thin,elr to reduce the millage in woman she had seen entering the would be better .than wandering 'y' 1. ., 11 .!R I

pi)whi hat year to the lowest point factory stood In It, in her hand an around like this. But there was no : r-L rfClp p ? Frequent Service-Low Fares

IIr and< In some instances en- automatic pistol. Before Terry She might have ". r- ?QwOR t Jacksonville .KO Tampa .2.80 ''a
sly back now. -.. "G- .
going
let"onal too low working an unin- could wheel around to see what had cleared herself If she had forced t.' .,,_:._...,rJfr.--.. MOMgS- ,,. a. Daytnna Beach 240 Orlando 2,60
.. !
'POULTRY MOYSrfieN \
O. $
the woman -
hardship upon the incom- happened to terrify Suzy. ores Miami 3.75a
I r fWminlatratlon.' raised her arm, took deliber- her accuser and the police. Run- /ew FARM BUILDINGS r .w1 P 11.80 Lake Wales 1

F"inklv, I fired ning away would seem Just an. FIUE-Ble: s.ui coupon TO- a ''
am of the te aim at Terry and
tIudlt It h'u'd' opinion other piece of evidence against her DAY lot bee HO.IIM UNION BUS STATION
Upon the fell on the floor The Roolintaok 4
Present con- Terry searching IoekSAVIMONEY
were
lln) Probably they
tu "t state finances and on (U- I woman tossed the pistol toward hide somewhere Ofd. Rooftaa for a Mil: F. II. :SMITH, Agent..
:'" :nil"( for her now! She must .... a.*< 10'" bull4lnBWICT .... r.
.. p..II" R
ha v.' h"el1 itluns, the millage could im, and quietly vanished Suzy before they caught up with : nOM TACTOIT-FlEICHf .Ar + <. >p ..litCourt louse 1'hone I' flI6 -R'i
limited to the one mill rled to scream, to give the alarm .ta pocket lb. p.ol.l/
\Y her. But where ? Then there came ,, AID. &*'P your
IfIr" e1"'l' by the constitution 1 ut her voice would not come. She other vault set.
I'\., i to her the one clear thought she OTOnTf NES
fob; II. 'lb. and the one-half mill igged to the floor beside Terry's when Pub line of Il 141 Coated: franed Hot A r fIOR1PAJV} I hJ
r thi'' livestock I touched him. He had had since the moment ... Sidtaa! Mil .b__ All kndllaetoty
shah, sanitary board I mp i body. She she had seen the strange women seed of,... 10 pick cos laid to yea 01
It! not t he ording to the statutes, made no sound She put her head standing In the door of TPMV- ...._.... prio-e. WEIGHT

It>r decreased by the gover- 'I ,lown to his breast. She could room. She knew what she must PAID lo ".t.rlaer
I lee xiejaor-wafBot
Suddenly Coats
-
heart.
of the
How"eC hear no beat doIf only there was still time .e pot... .*! po.toorf TODAY
In a spirit' of fairness her free hand came In contact look.SAVANNAH :
to : : In a hospital room, an Inapectm for ..l< flee looHX II
I'old any Possible question I I with something cold. It was the rwce: : MO IOOanenab.co
to the I Scotland Yard bent over a 0., ,
from
asa (f
to 1t1lIJage being cut BO low I, metal of the pistol. In fascinated DoptTM 1 I _
make i I and staredat On It Terry. A nurse was s.... PREB lonplel ."<. Roofinf Book dsLaa !
bed lay
It
th, I operations difficult fore horror she picked up / ....",l Pod .-..

! .'"e081JIng',, year the first of the it. trying to quiet Terry but he could ,'tf.-. : &

II.i :. 'rag i.iministratlon, and In or- I There was a scream Suzy raised not be silent. .J- '

tII,e; Cud lay safe I am foregoing her to the door which was still demanded. ?r f ftiro
eyes is wife? be na.Y IREL9r'I
"Where tae
my _,. rL"'V
.
)'sal' woman with ..- ;;;
decrease of one-half A middle-aged :: ,
I'i, open. _. -
which I
l might have made. I'I'I I wild eyes stood rhere. She came :





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--- --- -- -- | method o f LORENA HICKEY 'daughters Louise, Claudane EHza- During "
r The most effective Ilu: :
Mrs. Lorena Hickey <49 died at beth and Elma Lee Hickey, four with 1933 .
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE getting rid of the pecan tree borer her home at Belmore, near Starke, sons. Ellery Cleo Milton and W. paid aa fire'V"r h '110 000.

is to squirt a dropper full of carbon J. matt .u.
Established 1877 Monday after a brief illness. Funeral Hickey. the United Stilt attly

TO CLASSIFY bisulphide into Its hole and then services were held Tuesday Pallbearers were: L. E. Harris! -

M.EM.BERLORD stopping up the entrance with some morning at 11 o'clock at Beulah C. C. Harris, J. 3. Smith T. J. It e

Br RUSSELL KAYSecretary. or Church, with the Rev. J. E. E V. Priest and took three ,, ,
I moist material like clay putty Baptist Jennings, C. I* ; r" < ,, auk
\PRESS ASSOCIATION A1Q35 rl.rl<. Prese Assn. gum. Newton officiating Intermentwas Saunders. I many's 129. neWest II ,*("" "a

.. I. In Beulah Cemetery.The or UlndeJlh"1, ;
Arrangements were in charge of .
__ 'J lou'cfa'Published CLEVELAND -- A pet P* v f t NOTICE OF EI.KCTIOV' deceased Is survived by her I -- e

.. .. _- with a lot of folks and some news WHEREAM. the Legislature nt mother Mrs. Phld Thomas two sis Boree Funeral Home. Panama h"., ? -
-- lUll under the Constitution of 1885, ran
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class{ !I papermen in Florida Is headllnei I of the State of Florida, did pass two ters Elma Thomas and Mrs. E. B. .. JI'n

that appear In northern paper I Joint Resolutions proponing amendments Shioman, of Kingsley' Lake, four -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida to the Constitution of the
.. whenever our state Is visited by State of Florida, and the same were -
.
..
_
-- -- ------- -- .I any kind of a storm. agreed to by a vote of three fifths TEMPORARY BUDGET

E. L. Matthewa- __ .__ ___ __ _.___ ..Editor and Owner and of all the members elected to eachhouse SHOWS INCREASE
I used to feel the same way : that the votes on said Joint I

.. -. .- - .- .- I'd froth at the mouth and tear my Kesolutlons: were entered upon their I (Continued From Page ones Hall's Grocer
with the
SUBSCRIPTION RATE hair every time some friend In the and renportlve nays thereon Journal and they did yeas determine get for the fiscal year ending Sep-
and dlrert that the said tember 30th. 1937:
north would send me a paper witha .
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance Joint Resolution he submitted. to GFYFRAI. FIND
scarehead reading "Florida Lash electors at the General -
the of t the State of Cleric of the Circuit
Advertising Rates on Application ed by Terrific Hurricane" or "Sun. Election In November 19.14. Court an County Auditor -- I
_.. NOW THEREFORE I, R. A. GRAY .
and fl rk to the
shine State Cowers as Storm Ap. Secretary of State of: the State of Board of County CommlnftlonerH MARKET
proaches." and I d recall all the I Florida, do hereby give notice that atlKtKltAI. .I 900.03
RED KERCE '
By earthquakes and cyclones and other KI.KfTIO'Vwill : Per Diem. and Mileage. of
b. held In ach county In Florida County Cnmmisplnners. ._ 1000.00
calamities that are continually ;, on Tuesday next succeeding the
Next thing the : Picking cotton. A. D. 1936 Pay of Sheriff for Attpndlniron
on first November
: In
program Monday I .
the land County CommlmtlonerafnnAnlty B2 00
happening throughout
the avid. Tuesday. being the __._. .
o and wonder why they had to set I TIIIRD 1)ev OP :OHMRRRfnr i, Stationery inquiries Printingand 20000Salary AND LUNCHNEAR

There for the fellow who humps.Is up such a howl every time the tiniest the ratification or rejection of .. 400.00
are no summer slumps the said Joint Resolutions .proposing R ..rNtook.-: :-: -::::::- 400,00Attorney :
storm came our way. amendmentH to the Constitutionof

o But you know when you are here the A State JOINT. of Florida RESOLUTION vl.. for _County.. .. .__ _Comrnl..lon..r ___- 30.0BHup.rvl..or

there anything queerer than a relief worker going on and read the local papers at a Proposing Article XIM to Amend of the Section Constitution 3 of the of ('owners Inqttiiit of FlmlKtratlon-! _____.__ S60.00 400.00 SEABOARD STATION-BERRY M \KKR1

strike ? time like that you get an entirely the State of Florida. Relating to Repair to County Buildings 5=!= MM..
different prospective. Ninety per Provisions for the Aged. Infirm, : County Jail Court Hou aCountv SCO 100.00:00 I -"

o cent of this adverse storm publicity and 1t nesslved ffnfnrtunnte.of Sy": Tae .....SOlarrr Furniture and -Fixtures;: -for: CASH SPECIALS

_____
Henry Ford declares that the cow is passing. Yes Henryover we fall heir to every year Is our of That The Section Stele .*.f of Florida Article t XIII of County Jail Court hUU House_______ 125000County (0.00Advertising _ _
blamed fault. We It iiM ja aii
own bring on Required by
the Constitution of the State nf Florida
-
the highway. .. _
_
Law
1 ourselves. In fact we go out of relating to Provisions for theAged 200.00 JELQUR; Guaranteed

a our way to get it. Infirm, and ts unfortunate amended, be, Expense Janitor County.. __Buildings______-_:__ 48000 24Jbs. 69|
and the hereby
same
a I _____
I.I..hle. Fuel & Water 45000nnuranre
Americanism : Building new houses to look old and remodeling Now according to all authentic and as amended. I Is agreed to and .___________h_. 200.00noldentalH
shall be electors of
submitted to the .. _____ ._ TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets
old houses to look new. reports from home, the recent the State of Florida at the next general General Court Work Clerk000.00 760 00 3 for 1C
election to be held on the tlr..tTu..day
storm wasn't a very serious affair. For
Paupers ( participationIn
after the first Monday In
o While It did some damage in northwest Fed. Old Age Assistance -
November. 193,Section for ratification 8 of Article or __ _- .__ .______ 4000.00 LARD Best Compound Lb.
rejection said
Florida there lives :
were more HV
what this world is to. Better (0'or not
An old timer wonders coming Xiri ns amended shall read as follows paupers eligible!
lost right here in Cleveland that for Fed. Old Age Assistance -
still pardner when will she come to? : _.. ._. .__ 1000.00xpenee
; some day when a boat capsized In "flection 8. The respective counties
ONIONS
Elections White
) ___
of 000.00Indexing Fancy 3 Ibs. for
o Lake Erie and several people were manner of the prescribed State' shall by provide law, for In those the ____________u____ 200.00 1 10(

drowned when an unexpected lof I the Inhabitant. who by reason of Tax Assessors CnmmlHMlon1600.00

About the only way to see the inside of a street car now- storm came up. I age.have Infirmity claims upon or the misfortune aid and, sympathy may Tax Reserved Collectors for Contingencies Commissions.1200,04)750.00 BEST"BACON Pound 16

adays is to go in one and order a plate lunch. Maybe Florida papers featured of society. provided however I Operation of County Clinic 1032.00 I II

the Legislature may by general law __ .____ .._. ..__
TOTAL
that story. I haven't had a chanceto for uniform State-wide I 118.604.00
u provide a riM _k, FOHFK.ITfHR FUND POTATOES 5 lbs. U. S. No. 1
check them yet to see but I DO I system: for such benefits, and appropriate 1 15
Sheriff and Deputies, Cost
Hush little national debt, never fret ; money therefor; but no such Bills __
know that Cleveland and Chicago general law shall provide benefits In Criminal Canes S600.00
You'll beat Jack and the Bean Stalk's record yet. carried plenty about the I to any person who shall not have Constables ('o..t Bills In
papers been a resident' of the State of Flor- Criminal Cases __________ 60.00 STEAK or CHUCK ROAST, Lb. 11
Florida hurricane with headline I ida for a period of five years continuously County Judge, Coot Bills In
a Criminal Cases __________ SOO.OO
next preceedlng his application -
you couldn't miss and a lot of pictures I :

Rome has fewer citizens than it had 2,000 years ago. law therefor provide. nor for shall benefits, such to general any- County Bailiffs Conviction Prosecuting Fees Attorney _____- SOO.OO- ROUND STEAK, Lb. 20

But then, Mussolini himself almost makes up for the loss.You'd Why? Because the publishers of Kerson; solely attained I on account the of of age: sixty-who Criminal Pay for Court Attendanceon ______ 200.00Witness

age _____________
these like to give Florida a five Provided, further, that Fees 1000.00
papers years;
o black ? NO! These editorsare where by law of the UnitedStates F..dln.Prl..on.re ________ 1200.00Sheriff's CORN FLAKES, 2 for 15
better start trying to fit Junior's feet into shoes eye a 1..11.r or different periodof Commission on
Fines etc couected200.00
friendly to Florida. They have residence' age or citizenship shall

again. School starts in just a little more than two weeks.A proven it by giving us -many columns he Florida fixed to In participate order for the In any State Federal of Pay Cases of Jurors County In and Criminal Justice RIB BEEF STEW, Pound 101

._______ -
praising the Florida Exhibit grants that might be made for of Peace Court. 400.00
o
Guard _____
: at County Jail JSO 00nclnentals
here at the Great Lakes Expositionas such purposes, the Legislature I mayprescribe
bee's stinger measures only one-thirty-second of an such requirement. as to 60000
feature stories about Reserved forCohtingeneiee 600.00 SWEET MIXED PICKLES
well as our cttlienshlp age and residence as will Qt. li
inch. But it certainly goes a long way for such a short thing. own Katherine Rawls of Ft. Lauderdale be consistentwith and not In conflict __ ,
with such Federal Law." TOTAL ___ _________-.-_$9,010,90WIDOW'S
f o and other favorable publicity Approved June. 4, 193& PrlMtlO Fl Nil
_. Allowance to Widow with. CORN Country Gentleman No. 2 1 10(
Another actress has moved into Mae West's dressingroom Children of School Age. 1500.00
Why, then. you ask, do they always A JOINT RESOLUTION AOHirvi.TrntL. FUND
on the Paramount lot. Wonder if it fits around the feature Florida storms on Proposing an Amendment to Article County Agent Salary. _u.__ (0000
VIII of the Constitution of the ROAD R HRIIM3R MAINTENANCEFUND : PORK & BEANS 16oz. Can 5
bust ? their front pages? The answer Is State of Florida Relative to Cities ,
and Counties. Road and Bridge Maintenance
FLORIDA is NEWS.
o I simply B. it He-olveit Br The I.egUlntare _________h______ ROOOAO
They don't make up these storm o( The State ..f FloridaThat ROAD, BIIIDOR BOND: INTEREST DIME BRAND MILK 10
.
George Bernard Shaw has already written his own obit.! stories. Every line of them the following Amendment to *M> "I'KI'.I' \ II
Article VIII of the Interest and
uary, and there are just lots of people who hate to see it going: COMES OUT OF FLORID the State of Florida Constitution relative to cities of-I I Sinking __Requirements $1,001).00

I carefully checked every storm and counties to be numb..r..dN..tlo" HOXI lIeFI'YIIIYfi: AC-COUNT CATSUP 14-oz. Bottle 10(
to waste. ,
To .
10 of'snld'' Article VIII beaiftl Expense of Kef story last week and they all came the same' Is hereby agreed to Program for County Road
0 from the Associated Press and the and shall be submitted to the electors Bonds ___n___ ._ 600000
King Edward's annual bill is said be of the State at the neneralFlection It was thereupon resolved that MACARONI or Spaghetti 3 pkgs. 1C
laundry to $30,000. United Press, with Miami Tampa to 1 he held on the First the Clerk of the Circuit Court be directed .
We're forced to conclude that his highness must Jacksonville and Pensacola date Tuesday after* the first Monday In to have the focegolna. : estimate -
put on a November A. O. 1936 for ratification as made by the Board of
clean shirt' almost' day. lines. Written by Floridians. In or rejection to-wit: I I County Commissioner, published Inv Big Box Kitchen Matches 3 pkgs 10( ,
.< every Florida, for the publishers of the Section 10. The Legislature shall newHtiauer In the County by one ,
0 I have power to establish alter or insertion: and a copy thereof, prop
, I nation. AP wire-photo pictures abolish a Municipal corporation to erly certified, forwarded to the
The food and drug administration has ruled that Florida I featured. In Cleveland papers be known: as the City' of Key Westextending Comptroller of the State of Florida TRY OUR DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
It further
wax ordered
territorially throughout by the
citrus growers have as much right to color their fruit their showed Miami merchants boardingup the[ present limits of Monroe County Board that a meeting. would be held
as their store fronts. Miami yacht- In the place of any or all county September 7th A. I>. 193. same being We Meet All Other Cash Prices.
wives have to dye their hair. men rushing their boats up the river district municipal and local governments a regular meeting date of said
boards, bodies and uffter llimrd and on that date a permanent
o to safety, wind-blown palms and ; .., constitutional or statutory budget for the fiscal year 1938-1937
waterfront.. legislative, executive, judicial, or administrative would be adopted.Signed FREE DELIVERY
dashing waves on
If nothing else, the Mary Astor case has taught us that and shall prescribe the : I_ L. CONNER
News stories not only heralded the jurisdiction powers, duties and ChaIrman.
you should think twice before you speak and three times be- coming of another tropical storm functions of such municipal corporation A. J. THOMAS Clerk. -
1 Its legislative. executive, judicial -- -
fore you write anything in a diary. but went back to last year and { and admlnletratlve. departments !
pointed out the terrible loss of life and Its boards, bodies and officers -
0 ) to divide the territory Included -
and stated this new storm was in such municipality Into subordinate
A Detroit housewife was recently severely flogged for re- heading directly for the same spot. I I districts, and to prescribe a I
Just and reasonable. of taxa-
vealing secrets. Well, she had very little to do in the first Remember these papers pay I Jon for such municipality system and districts .

place working for hash good money for NEWS and whenIt I I ;. and to fix the liability of
a factory. such municipality I and districts.
to them hot off the wires
comes
Bonded and other Indebtedness, ex-
I O with pictures to back It up, na- i.tng at the'time" of the establishment /

A man on trial dropped dead in Madison the other day. turally they are going to featureIt. I enforceable of aucb only municipality against property shall be ; fa.S\ / /

First time we knew that there was anything about our courts And you can't altogether blame legislature heretofore shall taxable. from therefor.time to time The, ;r; ,

that would scare a person these days.In are the boys news-hawks who send not it either.Chamber They of determine ilclpallty Is what a rural portion area of said and mu.aitvmestead fN t
1FM ROfi !
.. r
o Commerce Secretaries. They are In such rural area .hallnot.
'
be limited as If In ft city or 1936
Havana movie houses a bell rings just before the show paid to get this NEWS and the town.. Such municipality may exercise II 1936 '
pictures. Maybe the storm blows all the powers of a municipal 1936V
ends. We can't corporation and shall also be rc
say whether this is to wake up dozers or to over and nothing happens but flied as one of the legal political<>g- ,

warn young couples that the lights are going on. when it's coming remember it'. divlslens l ut the !State! with the duties .'
and obligations of a county and
o NEWS and panic stricken citizens shall be entitled to all the powers
boarding up windows and runningfor rights and pOvll....... Including rep- I
A man who said he could fix court esentatlon/ the State Legislature,
any was recently sen-
make swell pictures froma
cover ,
which would accrue to It If It werea The World's
tenced to 121 days in Miami jail. However, they didn't give news photographer's point of county., All property of Monroe n M
Cottnty and of the In
municipality
first-choice j3 we':
him the necessary tools with which to begin his: task. view. If the news-hawk doesn't aid county shall vest In such mitnlclpal (
write the story or the photogra corporation when ...tabU..hlId t AIMELA ( el.. pww a economy tirt Sias MN.. 91..Inns(
o as herein provided The offices of I
pher doesn't get the picture they the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..ndSh..rltl $.II6R 46c SOe
Recent experiences have taught us that a man is never lose their l. jobs and a "live wire"Is shall not be abolished but i ....CI Sic 45.11

safe to bet on three things: who will win an election; who win assigned to the territory.So the line litfKlslature when! and may the prescribe method the by Lieu Sic 4.49-ti 850 4m.u4.FFte 84c

loa't: be too harsh in your which. such officer shall be filled. 54c
win a prizefight, or which is the front of a woman's hat. condemnation of northern and the rnnipennatfon to be paid to ul.n 7110 us17e I
s '. papers ''auoh offerers and may vest. In.them 59eMtM
s.- 0 f that pwhUsh stories of FloridaI.torma..t additional powers and duties.. No 4.n-u Leal 120

don't enjoy readingthem county. office shall be abolished or C3ustt ......, $UI I
Asher Frank state safety director, says there are so I onsofldated. with another office eau IOc
any more than you do but without makingprovision for theerformanoe
I
many automobile accidents he can't keep op with them. We I remember they're NEWS and we of all state duties now 70c 1.1.17 990 ae.ls 112
,
or hereafter. prescribed by law to b.
should think he'd want to keep just behind them anyway. can at least be thankful that we I performed by hlt.tY.hWctf.ot : I

live in a country where NEWS Is Nothing contained ,
o "Heotlnn' 20 of Article Ill of the
NEWS in spite at hell and high Constitution ef the Slate of Florida
"The remedy for half of your troubles Is to go wim- water and our papers atm PRINT except as to such provisions. therein ---"-' -'". athsr-..FasiUs. ..._ ."...*'
a. relate regulatfac Jurisdiction -
ming.-According to an exchange. And of course the other rc.: and duties of any class of offl- i

half is not being able to buy a swim suit when we're troubled'. ---. ers, to and summoning petit jurtce.and to.impanellinggrand assessing
MISSION KALI. made by tbe world' rubber company
and collecting taxes for county purposes largest
c-i 0 Only thirteen in number were and to-regulating the fees and -the

jr A Swedish scientist has offered a new theory that lOan is abltr to attend the weekly Bible compensation law. authorising. of coo-nty the establishing officers. No or acknowledged quality leader

not descended from apes but from frogs. He probably got the Bnily: Tuesday evening becauaa of abolishing pursuant nf such* tt Municipal> this Sect' corporation loo-- liii. I All give you the COODYCAK MARAIN OF SAFETY

I a deluge oC rain at the appointed hall become operative or effective -Center Traction
for stopping
quick-
idea from for the last vacant i
watching us jump seat on a time; however. \Inspiration was not until approved by a majority of the

street car. lacking since one good old Mint an qualified election. electors hell In participating said .county hut In All give you Blowout Protection in YEar: 1 Ply

'-.. 0 I tt softie and eighty grit odd sufficient summers to brave found I.Ion.ID long exists a. such under municipal this Section,corp the.eglnlature ...- -Built with patented SUPBRTWiST Cord

ft I Walter Winchell says that the best way to keep coot these grace the weather to hear the old. old law authorising may amend the same or extendthe without All give you tough thick long'mileage treadi

hot nights is to rig up a wet sheet next to your bed and place I story which is dearest to those who era referendum unless the}' legislative to the 1 qualified: art pro-vot mile

electric fan behind it. What about just spreading the wet know It beat. viding for such amendment or .... ;j All give you top value] *-Lowest cost per
an ....,..
Acts let Chapter was the lesson endum.tension shall provide. for refer /f ,:. of safety

sheet over yourself? studied and the crayon illustration Approved Juke 4, 1933s

-0 was picturesque and delightfully

held his funeral before he Interesting.Two The votes east. In compliance with
An Indiana man recently' own said proposed. amendments, and the
for his friends. First time we've heardof Junior girls contributed a canvass, declarations and returns
died by giving a picnic duet "My Desire" which added to hereof. shall be subjected to the

that. But picnics often end In funerals-from eating too the Interest of the meeting. as same are regulations provided by and law for restrictions general i .

hard boiled Continuing in the Book of Acts. I election In the "State' of Florida.IN i Y.r.Ike
eggs.
many Two will be taken next i TESTIMONY WHEREOF
Chapter
up
1 have hereunto
set my
n week. : hand and affixed the treat Co

A child psychologist spoke a true word when he said I, I. at Seal Tallahassee of the State, the of Florida Capital Register Motor

"Parents are very careful not to place poisoned meat on the The fastest elevator in the worM this the 1st day of August,
I lis A. D. .31. r
In the RCA in
table for their children to eat, but they seem to have too lit building New i iI (SEAL) Starke Florida
I York. It travels at the rate of _,- : R. A. OR"T.Ut.to30

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