Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02555
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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CITY Perhaps we'll never see an-execution -one of the staff said. "You're I -
now. I've seen only one but It crazy TO BEGININ "There is a fellow tn Tampa who your name attached. I will state \f ESTIMATEDAT
kept me
for criminals
Not that gets pardons from I had rather live lu a community
any disappointmentwas awake all I
felt when night. I'll never forget the State Prison Wonder how he completely surrounded by my''
I thirty-day reprievefor It.
ELECTION L. D. Padgett twenty-elghl OCTOBER would like to live In a community clients than to live In a community -, $13,000

year old convicted wife killer, came Another chimed In, "The last one I completely surrounded by his that compOHed of Editorial Editors -

j I just three minutes before he got me. He was an old fellow! clients?" I am not including all editors I -
landrum Has No to die In the electric chair at the kept saying he dldn< t do it. Just This paragraph printed In the for Instance I mean those that I Height Of Picking

1 State Prison Farm before they turned the switch on I Average Amount In Telegraph several weeks ago was are like this one who thinks he :

Opposition For Monday( he said 'You'll find the man who reproduced in the Tampa Daily knocks me with his writing but will Will lie Reached
Our relief at missing the Bradford Will
i t grlsley did it some day'." Times where It provoked the ire not print my reply He gave a let-
scene was less, of In 2 Weeks
than that
Mayor course
The minutes raced Be $13APPLICATION of Mr. Willie Stubbs. the gentleman ter recommending a highway roberbe
10 :
away- :45.
of the condemned
I I man who had I _____
Wonder If Padgett has a watch? referred to; and now we know paroled He got his freedom
expected to be dead at the
\ AND ALVAREZ I time we Does he hold It In his hand watch- how he would< like to live surrounded through me then this famtous two IMPORTANT MEETING TORE
saw him in his cell--a few BLANKS
I glDENTLY I RE-ELECTED past eleven o'clock. minutes Ing the seconds tick away, or does NOT ON HAND YETThe by ex-convicts. He would sided editor seems to have it In for HELD IN GAINESVILLE:
he keep the metal case warm like It much better than being sur the Pardon Board and myself according -
For '
AS 'Iml for qualifying In the city I years we have been working I It In and out of his pocket, I'--- I rounded by some newspaper edltors to his colum. The letter County Agent T K McClane

I night with up nerve enough to see a man's : hoping that when he sees It again old age pension will soon be Mr Stubbs said 8i> himselfIn this editor written was certainly a made a "conservative estimate"
electionsitlondfor life snuffed out In the hot em- a reality! Not the Townsend Plan letter to the this Board l this' week that Bradford
I the three principal another whole minute will not have a Telegraph good one beging the to release County
brace of "the I
no chair"the
; cltv 'offices, apparently Carl about old stuff passed. But It has passed. Now of course but the program where week.Willie the one they! did." j I planters would realize around $13-

I Johns had been re-elected city a newspaper man knowing It's 10:47.: The telephone In Supt.L. by the Federal Government will Stubbs has been in the Thinking that Mr Stubbs was 000 from the 223 acres of cotton
everything about one thing and a much of late. He to the editor of the Telegraph that has been here this
referring planted
I clerk., A L, Alvarez re-elected mar- little bit F Chapman's office rings. It Is match funds appropriated by the newspapers very
I baL and T Frank Landrum elected know. everything, you Tallahassee. Governor Sholtz has sixty-seven counties of Florida to has the reputation of having got and not remembering ever season. This figure was based oa

I mayor called from Virginia granting care for people past seventy years more convicts pardoned and paroled having requested a prisoner s parole an estimate of $50 gross per acre
Always before some last minute from Raiford -than other wrote the for lint and $1.CO bushel for
we asking pardon
I pr W E. Middleton, mayor of Padgett a thirty-day reprieve so of age who are without visible' any I per
I starke for the past four terms, an. excuse had arisen to save us from that the case might be presentedto means of support. man In the state. His letter to king to give further details. He the 12.000 bushels of seed that the

pounced early In the week that he the ordeal and also from the pricksof the Pardon Board once more. Holmes the Telegraph follows: replied saying that we misinterpreted crop is expected to produce.The .
a news-conscience that keptnagging. County wee the last one "I will make a bet with his letttand he referrednot ,
would not be a candidate for reelection The to fall in line but you acreage here contains some
Superintendent gets busy on It made the nec-
"Living right next door which I am not a It to the but to
I elected betting man. Telegraph, some of the finest long-staple cotton
"After being may- his phone. First he calls the death this week and
essary arrangements
to Raiford and '
never saw "
an execu- will I
run two other "editorial editor He closed he
way that has
ever seen, Mr McClune
I without opposition I
tour times house "Tell Padgett he has a the State Board of Social Welfarehas
or tion. What's
the matter? Got
let a 1st You will not print the at. his letter with the following partIng says. A particularly fine field la..
to someoneelse "
I feelll l Is my duty weak stomach or something?" But thirty-day stay. Next the power announced that the program tached letter
shot1: that of
take over the Job for awhile, house where three will under Frank Smith, a short distance -
Monday the only half-way decent big dynamoeshave get way by October 1. "2nd If you do this famous edi- "It Is amusing to me to know I east of Starke where two-

Dr. Mlddleton said. I alibi we could dig up was as full of been generating the extra I However, pensions will be paid at tor will not copy It. Should you how the editorial editors must hate : thirds of the stand la nine fe thigh
I to be elected
aldermen are
Three current for an electro- the end of the month Instead of at
holes as a second-hand automobile win I will send you one of Grants me while I never did them a min or over The largest field in
from among: the following five tire, ten-thirty found at the cution. "You can cut those enginesoff the beginning, so the first payment famous I
so us donuts
with round
I a holeIn uets harm. Only I got one printerout the county was planted by I. N.
who qualified: P. M. Barefoot O. nowwe won't need all that I. wUl not come along until November. -
prison waiting for eleven o'clock. It.
of This be the
prison. Newell
I Paul E. Canova, E. C. may of New River who has fifteen -
L Beaaley. Herman H Young. I By way of making matters worse I (Continued On Page Eight) I, "Inclose find a tiny clipping with reason why" I acres.
Priest and Bradford County has appropriated -
Barefoot and Beasley are now I Some planters are already pick
$3.943 in Ira hew budget to take
members of the council, while Ca- I[ Ing small quantities of cotton but
care of the from Octo- I
J nova Priest and Young are newcomers I I ber 1 through June 30. This will be will not come for harvesting two or three sea.son
to city politics. matched by and equal amount of
I Mr Young is not to be confused I weeks yet, the agent said. There)
Title Won Loaned government money and will makeIt In Four Years Will Map
I with H. H. Young, president of the possible to pay pensions rang. Is reason to believe that the price

Townsend Club. Herman H. Young I ing from $3 to $30 a month to will be at least thirty cents per .

comparative and his wife new moved resident here from here.He BY SEARINGFORMER TO FARMS HERE about county.seventy The average aged people pension In this In CLERK SAYS LONG PROGRAM pound Present for lint Indications, It was said.are that ,

Jacksonville. She was the widowof Bradford will be around $12 q! .. growers will have to take their

C P Cason who was a druggist month It Is estimated. cotton to Worthington Springs to

I here before his death many years STARKE MAN RESETTLEMENT HAS PUT PEOPLE PAYING LIGHT GOVERNMENT; REQUESTS be ginned, since no. arrangement

ago HAS NEVER HADACCIDENT ALMOST $.&0,000 IN Officials said this week that noarra.ngement BILLS TO CETDISCOUNT INVENTORY: OF COUN. have yet been made to operate a"
have yet been made
N D Wainwright, Jr., aldermanwhose BRADFORDThe for blanks TY PROJECTS: plant here this season. .
-.....;;... application but they are .
term also expires In September Of Interest to farmers here will
expected to be on hand soon and
did not qualify for re-elec. Glen G. Searing, former resident Resettlement Administration application for pensions will probably City Clerk Carl Johns said yes The Bradford County Planning be a meeting In Gainesville on

tion. -._ of Starke whose parents, Mr. and bas made 168 loans and nine be filed with the district welfare terday that light and water bill Council Is confronted by the momentous I Wednesday, August 26 at which

With such little opposition, a Mrs. C. O. Searing, still live here, ty-eight cash grants to relieve distress office. A1I cases will be thor collections during the current task of compiling a !list the expansion, of the Sea Island

light vote can be looked for on has been announced as the safest among farmers In Bradford ougblY Investigated before month are the best of any month of public Woiks projects suitable I cotton Industry In Florida will be;

Tueeday, September 8, when the automobile driver in Jacksonville.He County, according to figures announced sions are allowed. pen- since he became clerk four years for a six-year program to be financed dlscuBsud./ The meeting was announced -

city holds Its annual election. has driven cars for the past by Walter Hawkins, State ago. The Improvement Is attributed with Federal and local by Harold Colee. president

twenty-six years and has gone Director for the National Emer The program In Florida will cost to the ten per cent discount funds, F F. Stump, chairman of of the Florida State Chamberof

more than 1,350,000: miles withoutan gency Council. about $l.SOO.OOp: a year the government which, l la being allowed If bills are the body, announced yesterday. Commerce, who said he was t Inviting

CONE WANTSNO accident of any kind, accordingto The 168 approved loans for a total and tne counties sharingthe paid before the seventh of the In other words the council must members of the commissions!

IDLE LANDSWILL an article In the Jacksonville of 34989.11 of which $26'-1 expense tlrty-flfty. Approximately month. look six years ahead and make an of the counties. lying In the cotton

I Journal. 472.83: has already been paid 8,000 aged people will be Several homes went Into darkness Inventory of projects, In order of growing belt; members of the

INVITE THOSE IN I Other feathers In his cap are: he !' Administration to the borrowers. benefited In this state. Monday night when, as an- their Importance, that It Is desir counties' planning boards, present

DROUTH AREA I has never been arrested for a traffic The cash grants advanced have The welfare board has requested nounced. light meters were cut off able to have undertaken In this growers of Sea Island cotton and a.

TO FLORIDAAn violation of any kind; he has i amounted to $2,120:50. funds from the counties for only a In homes where bills had not been county. A meeting start on this I group of selected business men In-

never run down an animal of any Sixty-five of the State's sixty- nine-month period expecting that paid by the fifteenth' The City work will be called In the near future terested In the subject.

Invitation to utilize Florida's kind; he has never bumped another seven counties have participated In the legislature will appropriatestate Council has threatened to lake this Mr. Stump said. Members of I The growing of Sea Island cot-
Idle lands as their future homes.te car In any way, nor has he ever the Administration's liberal pro- money during Its next session step several times before, but thisIs the council, besides the chairman, t ton l Is adaptable especially to the

will be Issued through President been bumped by another car; he gram. A total of 7.373 loans, call- I which begin April 1. the first time that the rule has are: H V Saxon, Fred Ha/.cn, T. following counties: Gllchrtst, Ala-

Roosevelt and other federal authorities travels an average of 1,000 miles a Ing for $1,263,125.29 has been made I Florida's constitution prohibitsthe been enforced on a wide scale. J. Terry, Mallory Thomas, A. J. chua. Union, Levy, Hernando, Cft.I .

to thousands of families week. to the farmers in the sixty-five I state from making a direct appropriation Mr. Johns urges all consumers Grlffls and M. F. Wiggins. I rug, Baker, Suwannee Columbia .

marooned In the drouth-stricken road builder with counties sharing In the prgoram. of funds for relief or to pay their bills early In order to The local council has received Instructions I Madison, Bradford, Lafayette, Ma
Mr. Searing, a
area, according to a plan announced Duval & Constructing Payments so far made total $1- old age pensions. However a constitutional benefit from the discount governing the manner rlon, Gadsden, Leon, Taylor, Putnam -
the Engineering
recently by Fred P. Cone, Democratic and founder 066.897.50. The Administrationmade amendment to be votedon of !listing and describing all pro- I Jefferson and Sumter.

gubernatorial nominee. j and former Company president of the Acme a total of 4,353 cash grants, In the November general election Tamper With Votes jects desired by the municipal and I'' Nathan Mayo State commission.

Mr. Cone pointed out that peopleof named Involving an outlay of $93,677.80. may be adopted giving the county officials of Bradford for er of agriculture, and Wllmon
Truck Lines, was recently
JACKSONVILLE -Evidence that
the drouth area can accumulate .- legislature authority to make such construction during the six-year I Newell. State plant commissioner,
as one of the two safest drivers In ballots were tampered with In one
be at the
something In Florida agricultural Florida by the American Automobile NO WHITETB appropriations.As Jacksonville precinct In the June period beginning January 1, 1937. principal speakers
announced."The .
lands that Is made avail The officials of all conference It was
will not be destroyed as In contest.He more money governmental
Association a Democratic
primaries was reported -
have their present homes. He cited from DEATHS HERE able by the counties, and It is units In Bradford are bang requested conference will be one In."
was probably prevented to Circuit Judge Miles W.
reports that thousands of settlers be- matched dollar for dollar ,by the to Indicate the order In which anyone Interested will havean
winning the state-wide contest Lewis by the Duval County grand "
are Federal Government, the limit which recommend opportunity participate
already voluntarily moving age projects they
cause certain parts of his jury. The jury said about 100 ballots -
STEADILY GROWING Mr. Colee said "The public Is cordially -
from the be reduced from should be constructed and to base
drouth area into other regions rules may seventy yearsto
under had been "altered
were rejected or tampered
SMALLER Invited. We believe It will
and that because they are sixty-five years, and thousandsof their decisions upon urgent need.
which did not allow consideration with" in precinct 10-A. There was
Industrious good citizens, Florida others will be given pensions. The State Planning Board will mean the development of a crop
of "driving for compensation. Mr. Bradford was among the eleven not sufficient evidence upon whichto worth several millions of dollar
mould transmit such recommendations to
give them an opportunity him In that Florida counties tuberculosis -- --.-- base
to Searing's record placed reporting no Indictments against any annually once the cotton strain Is I. ,
make good "on the finest soil class during two periods of his Career deaths among white Two ArrestedGeorge person, the judge was told. Washington, where national pub purified and the boll weevil la con-
known lic construction needs to be I
to are
agricultural authorities. One was as a private chauffeur people during the past year, according --+--- trolled definitely, If not eradicated

The plan also Includes provisionof In New York City for five I to a news release by the Wiggs, negro living in A new species of protozoa was determined oil a local basis II sincerely hope that the confer .

transportation to Florida by the years, and the other was while he State Board of Health. the western part of the county, discovered In the Okefenokee The Importance of the Inventory ence will be attended by a representative -

government of those families so I was serving with the United States I Florida's death toll from this I was arrested last week and placedIn swamp, Georgia, In 1933, by Prof I I" shown, Secretary Montgomeryadded group of businessmen

unfortunate as to be made destitute Army during the World War disease last year decreased to 903. the county jail, charged with William S. Boyd of Emory University by the fact! that It will unquestionably from each of the counties Interested ..

by natural conditions. Mr. Mr Searing has two rules, he In 1934 there were 953 deaths, and stealing hogs. Officers stated that be the foundation of In the growing of the long

Cone expressed the conviction that says, to guide him in driving. One In 1933 there were 1039. Wlggs has been staging a one-man .. _,. any Federal or Federal Aid construction staple cotton. I cannot emphasis ,

Florida would gladly arrange to Is to "watch the car In front of Completion of the state's new tubercular i epidemic of hog stealing. Elbert The United States post office department program after January 1, too strongly the necessity for Cooperative

do> Its part in making possible a you" and the other to "drive far sanitarium, now under Jenkins was lulled on a charge of will exhibit a model post 1937, and that the bent interests of Interest In a subject I.

Dew start for these unfortunates ahead. By the latter, he explains, construction at Orlando, will further I forgery. He Is alleged to have office, In which all regular postal the county will be served by the which means so much to the eco:1'::1'
ad that with such start on soil I I $1.80 order for gasolineon functions will carried rendering of a prompt and com-
a he means to keep your eye on the fortify Florida in Its fight to forged a out, at the nomic welfare of Florida:' ,,_.;
Capable of producing almost any- highway and other cars as far stamp out this disease. Arch Prevatt. 1 Texas centennial exposition plete list of projects. '

uuig, they could soon be placed .- ...- -- -- L
of as can.
ahead you you
back< Radio Chairman Named
on the level of agricultural '

prosperity which once was theirs. A great many things contributeto ROOSEVELTGETS Mrs I. A. Davis active In D.mi J

w'e'"We have millions of acres of safe tires'driving and other be says depenable, such accessories IUI CITY BARGAINS. USUALLY JUST BAITTo ALL VOTES ocratlc work In Bradford County |

land in Florida" said Mr. Cone, good of the for a number of years, has been j .I-
but the
Wa I see no reason why these un- [ BALLOTING LIGHT IN 'appointed radio chairman for this) j

r rtunate people should not be ad- driver, he to believes the driver Is himself.almost en- Attract Shoppers From Small Town FIRST WEEK OF county by the Democratic National |

"Wd of our resources. tirely up Florida STRAW POLL Committee The purpose of settingup I.
When he first came to
-- radio committees Is to plan radio -
In 1913, he said he. was a private I Results of the first week's votingIn
'PRIVATE NUMBER' family owning a Someone In Bradford County effect of making people think they the possibility of a retail trust or- parties to listen In on Importsant j
for a conducted
chauffeur the national poll being -
national broadcasts. The natlonal -,
HERE SUNDAY [ high-priced car. "We thought we I missed out on a $3 prize simply because are getting something for nothing, ganized and controlled by the mail In this county through the Telegraph committee Is now spolUlorlnga J
when little common sense applied
had about the fastest thing on the not a single essay was submitted a order concerns. All they need to resulted In four votes beIng series of "Happy Day Prog'ralftll"over ]
to the situation would show there
"but It took us In our Buy at Home ,
road he said turned In for Roosevelt and
ACCLAIMED SCREEN'S to control merchandising is to the Columbia network every!
at all for
la reason supposingthat
to from week. The was here no I
two days go this candidate. As
PERFECT more than none for any other from 9:45 to 10 i
LOVE control of cent Tuesday night :
can sell an article for get thirty-three per
Tallahassee. It Is and walling, and If only one they
Jacksonville to ready the election draws nearer It Is believed -
TEAM"What submitted it would less than It is ordlnarly sold on the of the retail trade. Once that Is accomplished o'clock p. m.
now had
trip of a few hours essay that Interest will Increase
only t
acclaimed the screen'sP"rect ----
market Nor do they sell they can absolutely
but of course, the roads are dif have been a sure winner. We sincerely public and a larger number of votes Is extecled. -
love-team" comes Sunday hope this doesn't happen cheaper but they talk cheaper, monopolize the retail business of next week. Clip out the bal. I $500 Income Lout
Monday to the Rita Theatre In all the country and fix the prices of
the Fox .-e-- again and are expecting a large that lot In this paper and mall or bring The recent order cutting the
"anisome\ Picture, "Private Number. I Started number of entries written on the It may not seem very Importantto merchandise, for they will be able It In at once. |I: number of State Road Department'employees J
: /;
New I
Robert Taylor and love- some people If merchandisingshould to control the manufacture and i
the special cent
Iy announced on i
subject by forty-five per |
Loretta Young co-starred few of output of goods. They can then I Every now and then a rumble of
are bungalow centralized In f
< has begun on a be a
Work week
and we l, page,this week. I' means a loss of about $500: a ;
the combination Is said to be I being built for H. L. Brownlee on Since there were no essays submitted the big cities, and the home town offer Inducements to the manufacturer dissatisfaction with the Presidents income to Starke, It Is estimated '
*uta heard around here but when !it
taD opposite
directly to merchants disappear
union Cherry Street there Is nothing for us Nine out of a crew of nineteen men
since Janet and'i Is a at the local keting of their goods except comes to a show down these fellows -
Charles i Gaynor Truby place Mr. Brownlee do but to take over this column trade. But a glance working out of here were released | t
Here In
Farrell were tint cast to- and shipper of will reveal what It would through the monopoly keep mighty quiet. |
teth j i prominent grower ourselves and give you a little talk tax lists Truck drivers were cut from $260,
of 'L Romance is the keynote : Starke, and his home will be a so-called out-of-town "bar- mean in loss of taxes to the local So that Is another strong pointIn your chance to register your choice I to $2 00 a day.Christian.
on be |
for President whether
"Prlvate Number", although'' welcome addition to the town. 'community to say nothing of the favor of patronizing home trade.If you .... -

uwuy, drama and suspense are : -. pains.The word "bargain" Is, sometimes 'loss of Improvements and the decay you send your money out of >Democrat Republican Unionist j ChurchErnest
Socialist Prohibitionist, Communist -I
Interwoven In the plot. The Here of camouflage used by of the town. But outside of all town you are not only depriving
IUPlIOrting Legislators one and of i or just plain Down-on-every-1. Thornquest will preachat J
cast includes such faPatsy who are trying to the drawbacks to a locality from yourself your community
'ontes as Kelly, Basil Rath- : Representatives Slater Smith, of big city concerns business of the coun- oas of trade and the shifting of further use of your money, but you bodytst the Starke Christian Church at] ;

-ue, aM 1 Marjorie Gateson. Green Cove Springs Norman Ives, centralize the to a mono- the benefits of trade and business I are aiding In the establishment of j 11 o'clock Sunday morning. His ? ;'
to TUeaday and Wednesday brings of Lake City, and Edmund Frazier try and bring shout It "bargains, bargains to big congested centers there U a retail monopoly that can and* will | Stockholm has more than 1.90O subject will b* "How to Read thej

the RIb: Theatre "Sins of Man" of Macclenny, spent part of :Monday poly. They ," until It seem. inotner and even a more Importantfact fix the price of goods once they get charity groups for helping the, Bible So AM to Enjoy It." Everyone -!
arrtng Hazen Brad cheap cheap I Is invited to bear the message]
lII be. Jean Hersholt and Don here with Fred the words have the psychological! to be considered. And< that I* control needy.
: ford County representative


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: : r BEACH SAXTON U the 7th day 02
I'. t. A record of polls taken at vareua EVERGREEN VANDERBILT HAMPTON BOOTSEY'S Mr.*. W A. Tlfl..... C...reMiss _..... (OFFICIAL Dated this Ith des Sep' '. : ..., .'!',,
li I i {. :tf. > points In Connecticut In reyprd Mr.*. F. A. Ro.ler Correspondent (buss Dnlorlx Bloodnworth, Cor.) Mlw Ada 1"__.. C.rre..... A I '<.f' Dorothy Swanbom and Ar- -

5 J i .f"t to compulsory automobile In- Mr. and Mis. W. L. Armstrongand Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sorman were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Futch Ervin Prlvltt of Woodbine. Ca.. thur Swanbom returned home last Clerk of Bra uf llO,i {, .aurance ahows about a three to one Mrs. W. S. Mrs. B. L. visit In Ft. TKt4 '" P ,,
"I) children of Dover, en route visiting their daughter, Mrs. Eu- and daughter, Lola, and was visiting Mr. and week after a Myera. 'd
t l. : sentiment In favor. j home from Charlotte. N. C.. spent gene Ellis .In Brooker, last Sunday. Futch, all of Leesburg, spent the Prlvitt this weekend.Mr. I W. R. Swanbom who 1* employedIn

\< ,11 "" : the week-end here with their! Mrs. J. W. Knight, Mrs. Selby week-end with J. J. Brannen and and :Mrs. Fisher Casklus Slater spent the week-end here eheek.
II'-i'!' brother-in-law and slater, Afr. ana family. and Mrs. Phillip with his family. Mal
) < : : Rhodes of Palatka. and little Don- were visiting Mr. 6 6 6 af1
'/,. ;J.k.) \ ., ]Mrs.! R. S. Rosier. nla Lee Knight of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Lean Campbell, of Sullivan of Jacksonville, the weekend Addle Tyler returned home Sat r .. $

\ : : ": Mrs B. Wilkinson and daughter were the dinner guests of Mr. and Seminole, were the guests of Jesse urday after a two week' vUit COLDS

I.(''I '. i.K:' J' t Barbara, of Highland spent Mar W. B. Bloodsworth and family Brannen and family last Sunday Mrs Jean Gasklns and son J. B.I I with her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Norman, LIQUID -
,I with her sister, Mrs J. S afternoon. and I of Rising.: TAIU.flTS: tfitq
I' .' I 1t, ,, fir.w.er Monday last Friday. were visiting: her daughter, Mr. 'LVIII NOS.., H.......
fl' ", .. Rosier. Mrs. Ma.ttie Anna Ward return Sullivan, of Jackson- Mrs. Pete Crawford and childrenof ORO" .ea a.Try <
Mrs. .
Tea Modn Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and family Phillip .
"tht.i' \ i 4. ,.I\ } A.rl.r ........ on "Misses Jamie and Mildred Sapp were visiting her daughter, M.... ed to her home here after a visit ville. Hellbronn Springs were visitingMrs. RehMrTisswor11 Ltalwrnt ...

i' I ,.a.....ease dear wtae ynre. and J. D. Sapp spent the week-end Carl Sapp at Hellbronn last Sun with her daughter, Mrs. Bishop Miss Mary Elizabeth Benton of W. A. Tyler, Friday.

.- ... ..... here with their grandmother. Mrs. Surrency, of Hawthorne.The Hlggrston( Ga., is visiting Mr. and Ancll Brown and J. S. Brantleyleft
t j r 9r 'k .......f strd.u.01.Aort J. 9, Rosier. day.K.. D. Conner, of Ralford, spent large stave mill owned by Mrs. J. Roy Quinn. Sunday for a trip to Missis
j ala.,. 1.- Mr. and Mr* J. S. Sapp! were the Paul and Warner Co., wUl be sippi.
.."... visiting B. E. Rosier. and mother, Sunday with Woodrow Alvarez. in operation here In a few days, under Louis Harris and son, Melvin and J. C. Dixon of Lawtey was a
Miss Ruth Alvarez the of Ralford, were visiting Mr.
) Sunday! afternoon. spent the management of J. R. Brunt. I visitor here Friday.
week-end Mrs. R. N. Crawford, Sunday aft
with her sister, Mrs.arl
Lish Griffis, J. E. and Bernard S. R. Johns of 8tarke! was a busIness Jerry Wilson of Doublerun, wasa
,' : t 1 1Y Rosier were visitors to Jacksonville Sapp of Hellbronn. visitors here this week. ernoon.! I visitor to'this section Tuesday ae l 'rk
Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mra. C. H. Bloodaworth, Mrs. Bill Green and daughter afternoon.
at the ,
nev. Cutahaw will preach
q Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan of Oklahoma City Okla., were the Baptist Church next Sunday mornIng Freda, have returned to their homeat Mrs, W. R. Swanbom Miss Dorothy -
were vlnltora to Starke Saturday.Mrs. Jlnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. and evening. Glen St. Mary's after spending Swanbom and Arthur Swan-

"1 7t W. H. Morgan and son B. Bloodsworth and family last sometime with her parents, Mr. born spent Sunday In Gainesville
u spout! | Monday in tjuiuesvllle. Friday. -- and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.Mrs. E./l/1INOLE
- .- ---'- Blackwelder spent the I'oOTIC'FJ OP
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloodsworthand Sally APPLICATION
I.. C. Smith. Ct rr "po leMr. FOR 'J'%x: : D5RDNOTICEsIS :
i ii The tall of the Rocky Moun- week-end with her daughter, Mrs. JACKS ONVIILE
family were visitors at the > 3>
tain black-tall deer fa more white Jack Dixon, near Lawtey.Mr. !: WHEREBY GIVEN
i and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson
home of his mother, Mrs W. M. Oeo. FLORIDA
A. Gardiner, holder of Tax Or-
t I than ------ JlfHxJsworth In Raiford, last Sunday and children left ,Friday for Terrl- I and Mrs.. Ruasel Redding, of. tiricat No. 414, l Issued. the 2nd day CHARLO GSNER.
cea where they ara- to make their '' Evergreen, were visiting her moth.er of JUly A. D. 1834 ha. filed same
afternoon 'I' af- In my office and ha. made application YOUR mdi..ded eosisd ., nuns..,.
home. Mrs. Jean Gaskins, Sunday .
for a tax deed to be l issued I. a .e.d pa k .oanc.a a.
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Miss Dolores Bloodsworth spent L E. Ratcliff) and Roy Skipper ternoon.Mr. thereon Said certificate embraces. Stspt.oko..4/ k.koI locad a th,h'

lUnday night and Monday in Rai- of Wlndemere were in our section, I I and Mrs. Clyde Starling and the the following County of deKcrlhrd Bradford property State of In .1 do..bo.1.d..eeN1k, Eer ,,,,
Many Years Kiporlrnre! Make It Possible for :Me to RenderEFFICIENT I .'I I lab a.d does, ,oft sat,, n,, h..,
ord with her Mrs. Sunday. Mrs. J. Roy Quinn, were visitingMr. : IaLo\o- : ails rod
grandmother Llkea L.a.r
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I of Land In Starke 262 e.l a r,}
tt MODERATE PRICES .V. M. Bloodsworth. Mrs Emma Rivers and Mr. and and Mrs. Ancil Thompson, of Feet North and South by 110 _S., .,..a .ed kSedw(added k.,,.

I' }f, DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Lawtey, Woodlawn Sunday afternoon.A. North Feet last by Pratt and Street Went A Bounded East by AIR' CONOifONtO

,t 1;; ,; Starke Florida :; ; : ,-'- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Chism, Luther Chlsm, Mrs. Handemon' Lane, Section 28 COCKTAIL tUUNGt COFF6I tOt
and Howard of Township 6 South, Hang la R s.Sadh! ,ii P..w
15'' .tMisErable George Rivers, Friday. Bert Chism Roy Eaet.. Bak
Mrs. Delmar McKinzie of Jacksonville St. George, Ga., were visiting Mr. Th. assessment. of' the said prop 7> Room$1.00 8l Roo.1210
was her N Crawford, Satur- erty under the said certificate issued 0 M
ill 1 visiting parents and Mrs. R. was In the name of J. W. Harrell. 9..l. sss .ad w Bed It.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency.J. day night. Urilemi. said certificate ahall be redeemed Salle 4ww I.,dale, ages,

H. Surrency returned Sunday Raymond Harvey of Mulberry, according to law the P sold _Oi>.> t. i COONS H.I.I.HOflLrAllfM .
For !kldneyi function bed/! end sty described therein I will be
Expert RepairingSmith's VY you uiffef a neggina beckeche, from Tampa after visiting relatives I who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. to house the door highest on bidder the first at the court In 0 ._..,-.?, ., V H0lu"ot,??., o.0t0 ;t i
with dlitUew, burning, scanty of too. for a few days. James Rosier has now left for the month of September, 1936, which
frequent urination and getting up .t Mrs. Ida Jones and Mrs. Annie I Georgia where he will spend some
night, when. you feel' tired nervous, Ward were visiting Mrs. Volley j time with friends and relatives. i
.Ifupral. me Doen'i Pllla McKinney, of Starke Thursday NOTICE i
Garage Doan'f .r. especially for poorly night. I
working kidneys. Millloni of bone RISING Notice In hereby given that the following described, I"1,1-, tt .
used They Mr. and Mrs. Henry Altman and much thereof aa will be to the .. *
re every year. are recommended LUlss Edna Lewis, Correspondent necessary pay amount the country over. Ask your children of Nichols who have been U311 herein net opposite to the name, together with font .f -||1' i h, wl
Phone 120 and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Mondat 'il"\\ 'Hi, diHi.
nclghborl! visiting here, returned to their Mrs. W. A. Stewart of Lakeland, of September, A. D. 1936, at the hour of 13 o'clock uonii ,0'' .".. )
home Saturday. is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. H. Florida.House. dour, the County. of Bradford, In the City of si, ,"I 6. ,'..t(t

/ t 1 Wrecker Service Day or Night I Mr. and Mrs At lie Broughton Lewis, this week fH f
a save moved to Manatee:
J L. Conner and son. Leon and
I Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and son1h I T...
(I daughters, Elna, and Thelma, re- n..rl..lon "Sep.' Tn" Owner A lo>
-- Nut of Nj of NE'4 ______1O 7 18 49/ Mm. Inehellr H?'Mi, 4 I 13 ]1
p 'Irned home Thursday after visit- 8jJof\< NEW\< 13 1-19 40 M. P. Matheny 13 1 :
ig in Lakeland Plant City and 2 A In SE Cor oNWy4\< .of
I NK'4, being 1 A N & S
''ampa with relatives: by 2AE&w&S.4y

Elee Barnes and Family recent- ex$ 'W of 17'4A&ElgofWy !liE\\%< __ ._ __.it G 20 165 J. I. Johns 2 I't, I
/ returned" home after spending E'9'; of NW8\< < 'VI-(, of
1h poi everal days In Alabama with rel- HW\\< of NIo\\< '_ it 8 20 100 O. E. Cro"by hFrarl
Block 2. New 1
mm .lives and frlenda."Mrs. Hlver _____n_______ 23-2t II 20 Ella Whitehead. :
i Lots I, 3 fllk 18, New
1 Bert Shaw and children River ___ __ 23-2t 8 20 Ella Whitehead = p I
r pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Eo of N-iI! of Iot I & NEV '
of !> Lot 1 31 8 10 30 L. O. John."n ; 1+
:Luanell Carter, of Hellbronn. Nei 4"'t.f & N--------(yof .4
4sj'1.i Mrs. Eddie Driggers and chll- Lot a -_-_- .--_-_.31 8 20 80 H. !!. Hu..n. ;::9
Nu of Lot 11 81 8 20 10 H. E. L. Breen .1
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ren of Auburndale are spending Wit' of NVp4 .;r NWth : .
sveral weeks with her parents, WY\,,,or SW1,4 Df N' '4 S2 8 20 80 L. O. Johnson ; '
t : o of NE.4 & SEy436\ e 21) 240 Jompll'e Lunlbr, ,' 1 1
FIRST CLASS TRAVEL !r, and Mrs. J, E. Norman and of NW\04\ __________ 3 '7 20 to ,V. R. EtndgeN ; dNE d
her relatives. of NW'4 __u.______ 5 7 20 4It.\ E. r... Green 7 y'y'NM
of NW'4 & WSy of
Mrs. Paul Underbill spent Catury NW1,4 & of NWex .
night with her parents, Mr. about 8 A4B of pUblic d
, road NY of SWy4 ex .
) d Mra. Raiford Alvarez, of Pine 1 A ,:' SE. (.or 8 1 20 198frs.! Alma fihw' -
.. vel. Corn at NP ('or SWwof
: {/rf !
SWL4 & run 210 ft,
Mrs. Frank Taylor and children 8 610ftE810ltN630
t :tntly returned home after ft lo lJejf-3 A __" 8 1 21) a H. A. Brow.. 4 I
i'1 r rki ..4 ndlngr several days with rela- i (Continued on Page Six' I

in Live Oak. ,
t ft >a
I ( Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and I BORES FUNERAL' HOMEFuU
tftdren\ of the State Farm, spent. 14
\'t, idly as guests of Mr. and Mrs. llm of Caskets & Undertakers SuppliesAilBULANCE
ki i 1 j C- Conner. I SEUVIC I

'j in, of Starke were visiting Mr. 53 PHONE 53

Mrs. Harvey Starling. [ O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. J.
:i ic I /Roger Sparks, of Louise, attend-i I "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Gives
I church here --'
Sunday. -- r
j I.
c iai _4Ii ) :I ..a' Tom Wasdin, of Waldo, was here .
+1 \ jnday.

s ..,) ..... aM Miss Leecy Fogg of Gainesville,
) '; ent the week-en dhere with her

Y q4 a other, Mrs. Chesley Fogg. I .
---- A.
; ., .. Roy Blrt and daughters, Even .
and Keith, of Louise, and Mr.' e i
ad Mrs. Clarence Melton and

rood row Melton, of Waldo, at-
nded church here Sunday. ,
; /' .1 i Eugene McKinney of Lake Wales ;_ y. J
,w '. / the week-end here with his
1t / V s pent __ X
t ." .
$ irenta.J.
.yl Y
,,' B. Strickland left Saturday _
1 f t a ,.,' ><'o.\l\ ';" Cj f\ :>r a visit with celatvlea in Nlch-
/ la.
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ralI r ,

100 $5tI jfvi


k I Car pictortJatovt ft tin SfECIAL Series 10 10.-<100. .,Ja., ISIS Hit at Ik*factory. Him, Mlclt.FOR .

f $ you and family for the folks I rep ........ ....__ els=e...
tlv; your young who A woman can drive the Special for hours on end, nee..._... M..ea sad .....

,t, action and the old folks who like ease, here's and know no tension or tiredness. Youngsters travel M..a.ea.:: .... Ie oweRr.et.. '

: t'' first class travel-a big handsome package of it- here in utter security-you sense the safety of this I

( i delivered to you at a price that puts it easily within car in the magnificently poised way it rides the \

,! !j your reach: the Series 40. Buick SPECIAL at $765 e roads. The whole family finds new pride in it- I i

"' list at Flint. for it's.a Buick, with all the traditional goodness thatHere's II :::La ,I

F ''! the unequaled smoothness and efficiency of Buick stands for. -

the ablest straight-eight engine in the world-Buick's Come see it-come drive it. When you see how little I 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallon

own oil-cushioned flol" -"-" oJ engine, duplicated in more it costs and how much more it is I ,

I no other car at any price. than the lowest-priced cars you in Passenger Cars I IWe j
Coul4 You Ask?
",." Here's satisfying restful comfort of .a beautifullybalanced won't be happy till it's yours! (

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car, even keeled on turns,level and steady

"-- .on the open road, shielded from shocks on otT the. I ugge t that
30,000 Mile on Tires tHI
{ main-trail byways by the magic of Knee-Action. you make a

1& i I \ In your own car


.ti4 Ait ."e.'tht CentraMftort inilallminl flan.f"65 ProvenRuggedReliableCoupe.SedansTrucks
t ", U$1945 art the Hit priett tftlu tina Bulcti at Hint, A/iVA.:, ,y (( (I : u) )) yourself tile' ex*
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't{N t Register Motor Co. Henry FOR A.SALE McClellan BY ........,....'". I sis ti swtw aM .v


FLA. Agent Sinclair Refining Company (htc.)

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AUGUST_:21,_1936_ .. __ BRADFORD t, h .
AI- - --- __ ._ COUNTY 1ncrIAPu'TARKE, FLOK1UA .. PACE THRICE }ty 'yay


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In Bradford : ,

Buy County ,


J-- :. y,-- I Better-* Business Campaign and Essay Writing Contest Sponsored by the Pubs c i 4 '

jjcjpirited! Business Firms and Individuals. of Starke. and Bradford County Listed on this Page

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Your Money, Why Not Keep It in Circulation in Bradford -
The Bu.. _
s FlnnA110 Ad Appear on ThisPaite A Sure Way to a Greater Community Progress and Prosperity,
the Trading Public, Quality Merch -
County, Through the Channels of Bradford County BusinessInititutions. the..n Thriftiest<1t"e. Price\ ,Principles and si.Dire Modern In Keeping Shopping With Is to Turn This Tide of Outgoing Business and Resources, Back i

and County.They Are All Loyal Boosters for Bradford. Into Home. Channels. ;C I



business! and professional men on the one hand and the civic organizations on STARKE
For Practical the other hand, are counted upon to keep our city In a progressive condition.
EconomyUse c 4 These two groups, with the whole-hearted, one hundred per cent cooperation of the AMERICAN LEGION POST, No. 56 t
More Electricity entire populace, (the general trading public and general citizenry of any city), regardless -
of how large or small the town or city may be, If they can become Inspired with the
proper spirit of progressive civic advancement, the city can develop and forge ahead In BOOSTING! STAIIKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY
CITY OF STARKE every branch of civic endeavor to such heights and with such manifold benefits to every Always Use Pure Milk ?
living soul in the community, that there Is absolutely no end or limit to the progress -
Municipal Light and Power that can be made and the many economic advantages and opportunities to every- PETERSON'S DAIRY Starke
body In Bradford County under such a continuous process of general community Interest ,
and loyal civic co-operation.
"WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES" The entire State of Florida has been showing a steady Increase each year in tour. GRADE A RAW MILK AND CREAM
t tilt trade In year-round residents, and In general business gains. The railroads and bus Only Local Accredited Government Inspected Herd
Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry 1 lines report the heaviest passenger traffic during the season now closing in its entire Adults Should Drink More Milk As Well As
history, to say nothing of the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit the state by Growing Children
automobile. Each year more of these people make Florida their year-round home, Investing -
Still Growing:-Thanks to the Loyal Patronage of a
money In various ways. It Is reasonable to calculate that within twentyfiveyear.
Large Following of Satisfied Patrons of Bradford Co. Florida will have a year-round population of twelve to fifteen million people, ALEXANDER & COMPANY

WE IMPROVE YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE Here Is the point we're driving at, and let's every one of us drive together.
Bate, Drapes, Special Attention Given Ladles' Dresses It takes real money to take advantage of the opportunities that now confront us. Ladles Iteady-to-\\ -Gent's Furnishings
It takes real money for that various productive and successful publicity methods necessary -
A Home Industry For Bradford County PeopleSISTRUNK'S to tell the world about what we have waiting for them right here In Bradford Dealers, for the famous 8I-EN-T1FF1CK Shoes for Women t 9
r County. GOR-JUH Hosiery for Women-Friendly Five Shoes )
The business and professional men and women of our city and county are the ones
for line of Durable Work Clothes !
M4'n'omplpl.e ;
who are called upon, largely, to support the various civic organizations in their efforts t I
to get "our share of Florida' future," and "our share" takes In everybody In Trade at ALEXANDER'S and save the difference
FEED AND SEED STORESTARKEThe Bradford County. By strengthening with your trade and patronage, the position and
firm with a growing reputation condition of all Bradford County commerce and industry, so that they can render one
hundred per cent support and co-operation to the civic organizations upon whose shoulders BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY: w r
[ Specializing( In Checkerboard Chows for every feeding rest the responsibility of really keeping Bradford County on the map in a big way.

plll'JHlfleThe Choice of Rural America. Let's get the spirit! We have the solution for a better, more prosperous and more STUMP'S, StarkeDRY
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Field Garden and Flower progressive Bradford County within our grasp. Let's use Itl! Let's keep more of our
Seeds; Fertilizer for all crops. good resources in Bradford County. Let's trade at home. It will come back to us _dour GOODS-LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR .
children ten times in time.
Visit SISTRUNKS STORE and ret the thrift habit. over,
COMMUNITY INTEREST Let'a have the best county in the State. Let's have Just as live business county Shorn for the. Entire' Family-Men's WearIt

Always BIG dividends as any in.the state, get the Buy-In-Bradford County habit, and watch these! possibilities Will Pay You to Come and See Our Many Money

SEE AND DRIVE TIlE NEW 1936 FORD V.6 Future and Secures Investments Better for gradually develop Into a reality. Savelng Values in Ladles' Modish Hummer PremiesBOOSTING r t
This week's essay subject: "How Does Trading In Bradford County Create Future
Opportunities For Boys And Girls Of Our ?



Always A Good Show At
CANOVA PHARMACY StarkeA Watch For Our Weekly Specials Faithful servant of the people of Bradford County for '
twelve .
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Int.rtalnmrtRecrewllonDlverslonRelaaatIon years

Drugs Toiletries Prescriptions "'etlUncho.A.mercaa Bonch Radios NEW BRADFORD CAFE, Starke
PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIESOur !See! Our Program For The Coming Week on Another
Genuine Parts Used
Excellent Fountain Service Is a reel aid to summer Page In This ._ Opposite Register Motor Co.
Comfort. Prompt Service-Our Motto +
New and Complete Throuchout.-Growlng Famous for
We serve Southern Dairies Ice Cream> All Flavors Fried Chicken Dinners-Deterious Home-Made Plea.

Capable (Chefs Clean: Quick Courteous. Service '
MAGNOLIA HOTEL and CAFE You'll Enjoy The Food at the BRADFORD CAFE

CLEAN-AIRY-WELL APPOINTED ROOMS Field Fence-Hoes-Rakes-Brlnly Plows-
With or Without Bath-$1.00 Day And Up Planet Jr. Hand Plows-Stoves-Roofing-Paints CHEVROLET DENMARK FURNITURE CO ,' '

Attentive Service Throughout FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS Everything to furnish the home-at prices that will r '
CAFE C TIlE ONLY COMPLETE LOW PRICE CAR save. you money. See our many attractive designs
Aladdin Lamptt-Ptchf'r Pumps and Pipe In
summer porch furniture
Regular Dinners-Plate Lunches SEAFOOD-A La Carte Orden More Than 800,000 New 1B36 Chevrolet CaN Hate Been Sold RCA ATWATER KENT ZENITH, RADIOS l
Capable Chefs, Quirk Courteous Service QUALITY SERVICE Used Cars With An O. K. That Counts
You'll Like The Magnolia ODOM & LAWSON

Opposite 8.A.L. Depot Htarke-Packers and Distributors t
of wholesale meat products-We Buy Hogs, rattle: ) a'
DRINK YOU'VE HIT TilE SPOT-When You Follow the Crowd to Hides-Auk for our Smoked Sauslge at the markets ,
C.Noc.-Ctu..lltY-.nlf'Our( Motto.

0uL Drinks ,
I\lulflc-DlUK'lnJ'-1tour Favorite Beer Ire Cold-Soft
FIRE All Kinds Tatty Sandwiches-Plate
BONDS For a Treat Try Our Delirious Shrimp
Don't Walt 'Till the Fire Alarm Is Turned In"or the IN' STERILIZED!: BOTTLES BOTTLE BEER 3 for Z.5e1; CAKE LOTH, '1.80 #! a lS '

Udertaker Comes-To Get Insurance Protection ALWAYS SERVED ICE: COLD Deposits On All Bottles Taken, Out J. W. WHITE & SON 1

Let's Go Forward-Boosting Starke and Bradford County
A PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE of Starke's Oldest Suressful Buainesees
DRI'GS PRESCRIPTIONS TOILETRIES Dealers In V-C Fertilizer Cooperation With the C'lvlo Organizations and Bunl- POLLY ANN BEAUTY SHOPPEx Y
_wiiclous Foremost Ice Cream, Excellent Fountain ServiceJ. TRADE AT HOME TRADE WITH US and Industry of Starke and Bradford County
Next Door to Hits Theatre-Ktarke '

_ BARGAINS EVERY DAY AT ALVAREZ.MITCHELL'S .. Your Protection for Food-Cold Alone Is Not You can buy Just a. good furniture In Starke PLUMMER'S GROCERY At Lawtey ;
service day and night.
Enough-at your
Fancy and Staple Groceries_Freh and Cured Meets
BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY COMPLIMENTS: OP Country I'rodUC'\\'ork t-'lothFN'dlIIhYou can '
DRUG STORE STARKE A. & P. STORE Get It Here and It Cents. No More

CREATES A NEW COSMETIC FASHION Prosperity In Bradford CountyDO J A COB S' Starke '

Harmonized Ensemble' DRESCD OR ROUGH LUMBER Dry GoOO.-RN.d.to-Wpar--CHInt' FurnishingsHats
- We Now Have This Complete Line Hervlnr Bradford County Folks._ EVERY DAY IS VALUE DAY AT JACOBS'! 4


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( DL AWN I the Lawtey Baptist Church will Denmark -
Nautical Supper Party Miss Cook Weds Mr. PhillipsIn WOO _
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conduct the meeting next week and Sweden __
Given In Honor Of Impressive Church Mrs. A. J. Yarbrongh Cor. I _h__ l it
there will be a new pianist and Great
Britain .. 109\
I)Mr. and Mrs. SearingA Ceremony Here SundayA i song leader for the evening. ,,Ireland -- 100
of DeLeon ----
LeRoy Kersey --"
,3ocict J) delightful affair of the week simple and Impressive wedding Springs, has returned home after I An inspirational evening Is anti- I.Netherlands"r_--..--________ 95
was a nautical supper! party given performed here Sunday afternoon -i visiting his grandparents, Mr. and 1 cipated. Germany ----- "" _"_ 82
: by Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and August 16 was that of: Mrs. W. R. Kersey, a few weeks. I Friends of the work are especially I Poland ---- I"-_ -___-____ ?3
Mrs.! S. P. Vandivlere, at the home Miss Marjorie Carolyn Cook,I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard and, invited to this service. ,Austria ___..mrJugoslavia -. ___ _.. 61
i|,of the former. Tuesday evening, in daughter of M;.and Mrs. Oscar J. family were visiting in Jacksonville --JIT" -- ____'____ 46
]Hiss Smith Business And Program
Entertains honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Cook of Lake Wales? to Robert V Sunday I WAGE SCALE IN U. S. ,Spain ?_,_--r--------___.... 45
Jn Honor Of Miss Burton Meeting W..M. U. Searing a recent bride and groom. Phillips, also of Lake Wales, which S. H. Thompson and eon Monde -, HIGHEST IN WORLD ,Italy ---------'_" ---__ 4J(
Honoring Miss Martha Ann The regular monthly business Covers were laid for fourteen was solemnized at four o'clock at and P. B. Johns were business -i The International Labor Head- I _______"' St
Burton, of Rome, Ga., who la the and program meeting of the W. M. and a plate supper, the menu consisting the First Methodist Church, with visitors to Jacksonville Mon- quarters has just made public figures I About 4.250,000
:. guest of her brother-in-law and slater U. of the Baptist Church was held mainly of sea foods waa the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, pastor showing that wages paid to were sold In 1933. bUddy peppy
Mr. and Mm. Sam Anderson, Monday afternoon at the church. served. The decorations and games of the church, performing the impressive day.Misses Juanita and Geneva Hil-/ American workers are by far the I
: :SWsa Doahla Smith entertained a The meeting was opened wigi, thesong played during the evening further ring ceremony In the presence Hard returned to Jacksonville Monday highest In the world. -
to Christ" Mr. A. carried out the idea of boats, sailIng of a few intimate friends and
number of her friends with'a picnlc "Loyalty where they are employed.Mr. Except for tour other nations,
/ at Keystone Heights, last M. Darby, president of the society, and fishing A blue and white relatives of the bride. and Mra. W. R. Rersey, :Mr. the American standard was twice REAL
Thursday evening conducted the devotional, the top- color note was used extensively.Blue Tall flooor baskets holding pink as high a. that in the thirteen
ic for Bible study being "The DI- and white asters arranged in dahlias, and zinnias adorned the E. E. Yarbrough and sons, Charney countries covered in the study In ESTATE
Swimming waa enjoyed duringthe vided Kingdom." The program low bowls formed the only floral chancel of the church, other decorations and A. J. were. visiting Union making the computation, the International -
evening after which a picnic was in charge' of Circle Number decorations. Miniature boats fill were baskets of pink radiance Church Sunday.We Labor Headquartersmade IF YOU WANT TO
upper was served I Two, Mrs. W. B. Alexander leader, ed with candy life-savers and bear- roses and plumose fern. are all glad to report that little .allowances for differences in BUY, SELL OR RENT
Tboee Invited to be with Miss and was conducted'by Mrs. B. M. ing small flags, marked the place The bride and groom entered the Clyde Yarbrough' is improving, living costs so that the Index accurately SEE US-
Burton were: Misses Ulllan and FusselL An Imaginary trip was taken for each guest.A church together and were unat as he has been seriously ill. represents the worker's
Beatrice Moseley, Clara Flume, "A Summer Cruise Through very fascinating game, In tended. i Mrs. Roy Chlsm waa visiting In real income. WILSONREALTY
Katie and Virginia Fugate, Loryee Home Mission Fields" with the following which the guests each wrote a The bride wore a beautiful two 'Woodlawn section Sunday after The detailed figures:
Phillips, Marie McGee, Edna members acting aa guides: congratulatory telegram to the piece ensemble of heavy white noon.We COUNTRY WAGES CORP.
Pearce, Dorothy White, Edwin and Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mrs Lorena honorees, was enjoyed. Nautical crepe. Her turban and accessories are glad to report that Mrs. United States ________.____ 190
:Inman Green, Charles Fender, AI Epperson, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs.. prizes were awarded. to. the authors i were also in white Carrie Norman is improving.The Canada ____________________ 155
G. W. Alderman and Mrs. Fussell.viiilfit or tile two best teiegrama. Mrs. *I fs. of people are very proud of the
Kay Carlisle, A. W. Anderson, Eddie Phillips a cousin -
___ were made to Indian. Italian Miss Madge Mlddleton received the showers that we are getting. -
Mrs. B. M.
Hartman and Wilbur McCall. Mexican and French Missions.It Montgomery and her grace distinctive flowers
prize for the lady and D. P. Car- -
will be
Tools and Howard Roberts, of marriage of Interest here as
Lake Butler. was a very Interesting meet- penter was awarded the gentle she baa visited at the home of the MISSION HALLA cherry at herschel
Ing and was enjoyed by everyone. man's prize. A sailing gift was Rev. and Mrs. Montgomery and splendid congregation heard
Chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. Following the program the monthly presented to the honorees by the has gained a wide circle of friends the message on the "Possibility of Jacksonville I
W. H. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. business meeting was held. The lost and hostesses, the gift being a Power in the Life of the Christian'' phone 7-2129
: Sam Anderson. meeting was adjourned with a piece of their selected pattern of here.Mr.. Phillips Is a native of Birmingham from the second chapter of Acts at smart center pieces unusual corsages
silver the Bible Study Tuesday. There flowers for gift.SPECIAL.
prayer by Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Ala., but for several
SERVICES AT KINGSLEY LAKE .- Mrs. Searing chose for the occasion years he has been employed In the were a number of visitors from out -
Place, Kingsley Lake Baptist an Informal floor length offices of the Waverly. Fruit Co., of town and a very refreshing musical -
I Church. Time, fourth, Sun- Corn is the most completely treat was given by the -
every dress of a very sheer silk in a delicate in Lake Wales. younger
; day, 10:30: o'clock. Subject: "ot domesticated grain, being incapable shade of yellow, with which Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, after re- folks LOW PRICES OXCOFFEE
The Bible. Pastor: Rev. J. J. of maintaining Itself without she wore a corsage of white dahlas. turning from their wedding trip, A trio, composed of a little girl
.. Johnson. Everybody welcome. man. The oldest ears known areas will be at home to their friends in and two little boys, from Ormond D
-. was sweetly rendered as was also
Lake Wales.LIBRARY
highly developed botanically Covers were laid for the following -
Eroelon steals more than 100 --. two numbers by the Mission Music
, divorced from : The honorees Mr and Mrs. 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE
as completely
Maker Girls.
? tons of soil from each acre of Searing :Mr. and :Mrs. L. G. Pow- PATRON
wild the bent of the commercial Rev. Q. E. Cutshaw, of
moderately fields plants as pastor
sloping every ell, Mr. and :Mrs. D. P. Carpenter 15c lb. 17cBOKAR"VigorousW'iney"
year varieties today. Mr. and Mrs. T. T Long, Misses PRAISES BOOKS .. wro
I Madge Middleton, Essie Coleman, ,/ .; .. ..:: -..-. -: ,
and Isabel Fernandez I Starke's best institution, its free;
library. continues to do business at RITZ THEATRE M/NEREKONOMYRUlfS Pound 21 c
Two B. H. S. Graduates To the old stand, the Woman's Club .
Complete Nursing Course building, and Is kept open week STAItKE r. -- IONA Sweet, White-
QUIGLEY & DAVIS days from 1 to 6 p m., Mrs. Jean- NECTAR BRAND
I Miss Oveda Andrews and Miss nette Young librarian{ In charge. CORN, No. 2 can lOc
Joyce Mast, former Bradford High The books in this library are PROGRAMBEGINNING IONA
School graduates of the class of only of the sterling kind and treat FRIDAY I
1933 will resume their duties at' of every subject, and every taste, TEA15c TOMATOES 4 cans 25c
Munroe Memorial Hospital, In except the vulgar, can here find %- IONA-Tender Garden
4 Ocala, September 1, after a six satisfying literature. The books THURS.-FRI., AUG. 20-21
months affiliation course In Pedlc- are all ranged In plain view, so PEAS No. 2 can lOc
Itrics at the Children's Hospital, in that you can pick your choice at "Fang and Claw"Frank
Akron, Ohio, and a course In .your leisure. If you wish for the FANCY-PREPARED
Psychiatry, at St. Elizabeth's Hoe- 'librarian to select a book for you, BuckSATURDAY National Biscuit Co. SPINACH No. 2 can lOc
pital, In Washington, D. C. They don't hesitate to ask her; she will R 1 T Z
y will complete their Nurse's trainIng be glad to assist you. Tender, Fancy TIPS OF
, 1 : this fall. New books are added all the AUG. 22 CRACKERSIon Asparagus 2 Cans 25c
I time from various sources A late
Two Dances To Be arrival is one of the moat inter- Beyond"Rochrlle 1-Ib, p k g. 21c IONA No. 2tt TM

Held Here Labor Day esting ever ten-"Huey P. Hudson SAUERKRAUT lOc
Long" by Forrest Davis. The Paul
Two dances, under the sponsorship story of this.remarkable man Is in c-- -
of Billy Graham, will be beld itself absorbing; >bu.t) .the lesson !It Delicious
Labor Day at Hampton Beach Casino teaches la of great moment to everyone SUN.MON. AUUG. 24-24 s. ..AALADDRESSING FANCY.$ MBO COOKING
QUALITY and DEPENDABILITY The first dance will be a and ,shouW) "serve to put APPLES Lb. 5c
Sunrise dance beginning at 12:01: him on his guard.:What a man full "Private Number"Robert

Monday morning and continuinguntil of ambition of prodigious energy Ta'lorLo Ripe Fancy, Luscious AVOCADO
t p. dawn. The second dance will and re resourcefulness, daring and unscrupulous Quart Jar 25e PEARS Ea. 5c
IN be held from 9:30: o'clock until 1 did in one state in setting tta Young
o'clock Monday night. Josh Foster himself up as dictator, another ROCKYFORD Ea,
and his Rhythm Rascals, from man of like ilk may do in the entire TUES.-WED., AUG 23-28
LUMBERSASH Gainesville, will furnish the music country. Everyone should do IONA BRANDBEANS
for both dances. :his bit to thwart the evident tendency "Sins Of Man"Jean
toward section
DOORSAND After spending $10 to have his al and class enmity and disregard Henholt GRAPES 2 Ibs. 15c
car repaired, A. H. Beardsley of for law and order. Let no one Don Ameche With Pork and -
S Enkhart, Ind., found two quarts of ;take our freedom away from us. Tomato Sauce) I S LM.
grasshoppers In the radiator i L. --- .. ,'" :. '- ..... .. 13 16-oz ens 12c IRISH POTATOES 17c
.r .
I Ann
. BEANS, is-oe. can Sc
OJ CARROTS 2 for 15c


t LARD Ib. 9 1/ GREEN'SSTORE I Ii A&P FRESH, Plain or Sliced

I I, *c: BREAD 14-oz.Loaf 5c

- -
:i IONA-Prepared with Cheese and Tomato Sauce

CLOSING OUT i I Ib. 17c CASH & CARRY 24 12-Lbs-Lbs.. ...._-_ 39c 72c SPAGHETTI IS/* oz. Can 5c


WHITE SANDALS SHOES f 17 R E E It Ask Costs About You Nothing Our Profit-Sharing,-Save Your Plan-Tickets F R E E PEACHES SUNSHINE-LUSCIOUS-NEW No.2 PACK Can lOc

Regardless of Cost SWEET MIXED WRITING TABLETS AND NOTEBOOKPICKLES t SULTANA: -BroKen Sliced-Hawaiian Large-No. 2H Can

, 24-oz. 15c FILLERS, 3 for 1 lOc :, PINEAPPLE Can 19c 1

L I Rill 8-oz.Pkg.


f, FOR CHILDREN 1.69 1 : 6Vc Lb. lOc i R.\TH8-Cl'd.v Valley PICNIC

V i PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc.. PIG TAILS, Lb. --- -- 12/ c I II HAMS Lb. 21c LARGE


SHOES 2.95 UIIITESHOES & I RICE 5 Lbs. 25c ROUND STEAK Lb 22cI SQUARES Lb. 21c With Cloth Dlxh 1C

t LOW HEELS SANDALS CHUCK ROAST or AP Fancy Tub or Print Both for 19c

j CHARMERCOFFEE: STEAK, Lb._ _____ 12Y2c
98c Can 12/2c BUTTER Lb. 41c
t 2.49ONE -- -- -- BEST SMOKED:

$3.93 UIIITESANDALS ONE LOT : SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BACON, Lb. 19c : NUTLEY Lb. 15c The Soap Women of Beautiful


I ASPIRIN Each _. __ ___ ..3c TOBACCO 2 Plugs -- ,25c I Lb. 20c CAMAY I

l SHIRTSSTRAW PURE COFFEE Lb. 12!/c LARD . 49c Lb. 25c I ll"J

{-t HATS $1.00 VALUE I MUSTARD. Qt. Jar ___ lOc BREAD 3 Loaves ______ 25cI I '= PAG Famous
White NaphthaSOAP

(r 79c to 98c 79c FLAKES 2 Pkws. 15c BACON Lb. 12 ,C : 12c

r '" :MACARONI or

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ZI, 1956 .
I k Af, AI'Gt'gT..-'-'" --- -- --y- .. -- '-- -. WRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRU'R s-rantiv___-_un ., FLORID.A. PAGE FIVR
i, : -- -r "'- .. ..
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and sons. Edt'work sheet
| Merrill Futch returned to his 1 home here Sunday from Belle j Mrs. M. Houser, have ward and Harold of Oveldo, are By filing work sheets, the farm- state he said
Iqt1 I i Glade where i moved here from Ocala They have guests of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin ers have signified their desire to
Bits of baa been employ-i rented the T. S Williams The work of menmirlng"" land
[ ed for the past two months. !11I on Kingsley Lake until cottage at Kingsley Lake. cooperate In the sol) building conserving formerly used for prndut:ng tobacco
they can
82 ------ and to receive the
I get located In town. and set aside during 193d
71tl ; Mrs. T. P. McLendon. of federal payments for so doing. In the soil
LadleVhlto conservation
Shor for $1.8! .t i Marian-I program
NeWs S. M. Alvarez Store. na, and Mrs. Roscoe Practically every county In Florida has begun and the measuring of
.; j4ral I Major and Mrs. G C Irwin Gordon Atlanta are the guests of Mrs. H. Is represented In the worksheets land
\ formerly used for other soil
48b and Jean Irwin, of San Antonio B. McLendon at Kingsley Lake. II that have been<< filed, as the
':, OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Paul Knight, of Cincinnati. Ohio, I Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. D. program la designed to apply to depleting crops will follow this.
CONCERNING is spending a brief vacation here B. White, of Fernandlna, are the -----
1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and any type of agriculture, Mr. Clayton
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN with his parents, Col. and Mrs. guests this week of
Inev\ PROGRESS D. E. daughter, Ann, of Tampa and little explained. The number of Flowers of the California lilac
Knight. and Mrs. White's
Cella L mother, Mrs. Shirley Merry of Passe-A-Grlll farmers signifying a desire to cooperate bush produce an abundance of

'::1: Manassa. were the guests last week of Mr. ranges from fifty to eigh cleansing lather, when rubbed in
;\ Col. D. E. Knight; was a weekend and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, at Kings- ty-five per sent In the various '.
guest of his brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Meister, Miss ley Lake. counties of the slate. water.
\ Thursday .Mrs. Carrie Ritch and
son, N. T.
6 JohllB, Jr, Rttch, returned Sunday from Atlanta in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knight, Doris Johnson, of Miami, and Marshall After the work sheets are checked
J Jacksonville
; "ooD III Ga., where they have been of Bunnell.Mr. Kirkham, of Deer Lodge Mr. and Mrs G. C. Bate. and the land to be used for soil conserving -

;; Newsome visiting for the past two weeks. Tenn., were recent guest of Mr. children Sherman Virginia Lee, or soil building practice Is WANTEDCAREFUL
; R. A. .
1. n and Mrs. Frank Carpenterand and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, en route to Raymond and Juanlta of West measured. The cooperating farmer -
/ .," I SUlldaY In Jacksonville visit- Miss daughter, Joan, are enjoying their home after a visit in points. Palm, Beach arrived here Tuesday files an application for a grantor DRIVERS '
r KladveaMu Peggy Turnbull of Daytona a several weeks!! stay at Klngsley in Tennessee. to visit Mrs. Bates' brother-in-law I payment for the land set aside To Save 20% On Their
Beach is the of Miss
guest Lake.
Jit.j Lillian and slater, Mr and Mrs. O.V.. I for this purpose Grants will be Automobile Insurance
.j r al Grogan, of Atlanta, Sternberg at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rhodes had White. They were accompaniedhome 1 made on proof of performance of Convenient Premium
:the guest of Mr' and Mrs Lake. Little Miss Ona Demorest, of as their guests Sunday Mrs. Martha by Miss Carol White, who I the soil conserving. and soil bulld- Payments Too.

>. r. Holtulldorf. Jacksonville, arrived this week for Rhodes Miss Flaunlce Riles, spent two weeks InVest Palm ling, practices approved by the gov oi.i RELIABLE:: STOCK
j' Mrs. C. A. Knight returned recently an extended visit with Mr. and Marjory and Junior Rhodes, Clement Beach. ernment. COMPANYAutomobileFirsLie
Holtzendorf returned from a visit In Vilas-Wilma Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Rhodes, and Miss Helen Rosen- I
I W f The state director expects a taI -
Itiv from a two week's visit In with her brother-in-law and sister berg all of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ennis, tal of about 23,000/ work sheets to
! and Asheville N. C.and Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Morris. Stanley Bennett is at St. Vincent's and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wills, of I WILSON REALTY
uU ''be executed in Florida In 1936. This
Hospital in Jacksonville, and Mrs. Raleigh C. Dowl- Tampa, arrived Saturday for a via- I STAKKE
J 'M"n. H. T. Hall Jr., are Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere and son, where he underwent an operation ingr. Raleigh Jr., Betty and Russell It at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. I number will represent more than

1j 1 the birth of a son, Rob- Pltner Mlsa Betty Marshburn, last Saturday.Miss Dowllng of Jacksonville, and W. Morgan. Mrs. Wills left here ...--, .-. ..,. , _. .., .,- -. ., -, -, ..,
unclEg ;;; "" ''! "" yin' "qi"im' "nnnnnmniII '''' '''' ''
j. ternee on August 18. Mrs. L. A. Canova and small son Mr. and Mrs. John Weston and Monday for points In North Caro- !
were visitors in Gainesville Friday. Maxine Hicks and Miss Lila Miss Katherine Brunton of New lina. Mr. aDd Mrs. Ennls accompanied II

i iI and Mrs H. C. Ritch have I Mace of Jacksonville, spent Mon. York City were recent guests of by his mother, left
"I ,red from a two weeks visit Mr. and Mrs. A. F.: Sauls; and I day here with the former's sister Dr and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. I Tuesday for Miami where they will TIP TOP GROCERY i iI

flnchester Ky., with relatives. Miss Louise Snyder were the : Miss Noreen Hicks. visit Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennls,

-- ..-. guests Sunday of Mrs. Myrtice S. T. Dell, Jr., and Miss Olive' I
&z \ltA" Polo Shirts 69c value 46c !Hawthorne in Lake City. J. :Mm M. Karri get your Store.LeRoy work. clothes at Dell, of Gainesville, left from their I' NEARLY 23,004) FARMS I (\ II. NASWOttTIIY Owner and Operator .j)
I t M. Ah-arez Store. Kingsley Lake home Wednesdayfor KEritE.SE.NTKI. IN SOIL
i Waynesville, N. C., where they I IMPROVEMENTORK: : FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
Mrs. C. W. Beasley and children,
JIr.and Mrs W. W. Chastaln of Still and Jimmy Claxton, will visit for a few days before GAINESVILLE Work sheets 'i
jtnton, were recent guests of of Gainesville, arrived Friday fora of Atlanta, Ga., spent' Monday and going to New York City for an ex- for nearly 23,000 Florida farms |I PRICES AUGUST 21 and 22 1936
visit with her Mr. and :
parents Tuesday here with Henry Manas- ,
ud :Mrs, T C. Chastaln.rt tended visit.Among have been filed for participationIn
Mrs. J. C.
Manning sa-
the 1933 soil '
agricultural con- '
E L Matthews and Miss those attending the Hill- servation program, according to H, "- '- "" .: '' : '

ge MIddleton spent Monday Inuon See our line of John B. Stetson Pilot Work Shoe $2.75alue for Chapman wedding la Vidalla, Ga., G. Clayton, district agent with the \ I M\XW KLL 'p'"OT' S' I Ii
with Mrs. Nat Norfleet. Hats No. 1 quality price from I only $2.21 at J. M. Alvarez Store. last Friday evening were Mr. and State Agricultural Extension Ser- I HOUSE ; 5' Ibs. 15c
$5.37 to $6.33 at J. :M. Alvarez. Mrs. W. E. Torode and son John vice and state director of the pro 1 ,

31r.and Mrs. W. H. Hart had ask I Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth, Arthur, Bill Graham, Charles Darby gram. i COFFEEPound
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs W. T. Gill returned Sunday to Miss Audrey Carlisle, James Holllngsworth A. E. Wall, and Mrs. A. H I To date Mr. Clayton said today, ; FNCJAJ' >0 ,

t'I I Hill and small son, of Ocala. :Macon, Ga., after a visit here with and Al Manassa spent Harley Hallie Jones of Lawtey. a total of 14,629 work sheets already I 25ci PEARS Each ._ 5c
Saturday in Jacksonville. ,
bis mother Mrs. Faye Gill, and have been forwarded from
!U. and Mrs B. M. Montgomeryd son, Tommie. Mrs Willie Harvey Dick Bull, the counties and have been received IJ'I
d a guest Monday the Rev. t Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and and John Ey, of Jacksonville, were In the state office here As I FANCY KLHKRTA

r itrlcklsnd: of Hawthorne. Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. Faye Gill, children, of Jacksonville, spent the the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.C. some of the sheets represent more I', LOOSE ITRE PEACHES 2 lbs. 15c "
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. than farm I ,
Miss Clarice Gill, and little Tom- H. Nasworthy, at Kingsley one the total numberof OROUNDCOFFEE
,I !fr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs had as mie Gill were visiting in St. Au- Andrews at Kingsley Lake. I Lake. They were accompaniedhome farms exceeds the number of j' '

dr week-end guests at KingsleyMr gustine, Sunday.Mrs. I by Misses Mary Harvey and FANCY ICEBERG
and Mrs. Miss Leila Dea Andrews who isI Hummell who have been
Colin English Marjorie I LETTUCE Each lOc
no, Colin of Ocala. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T, T I;I employed with the WPA in Or- visiting here. CENT A WORD Pound
; Long, and Miss Madge Middleton ando, Is enjoying a week's vaca- lOc 'J ..
,lIJs! Lucille Kennedy, of Hamp- spent Tuesday visiting In Jackson- tion here. Mrs. J. 1 B. Sapp, Mrs. W. B. t CALF TENDER I IJ>>."Cant

Ia,spent the week-end here with ville. Mundy, Miss Dorothy Sapp, and COLUMN I ASPARAGUS 15c t
I,rt'uncle and aunt Mr'and Mrs. Jacqueline Andrews returned Dorothy Ellen Steele spent SundayIn FOR SALE100,000 new ground Ot/TA; home today from a visit In Alachua Jacksonville and at Jacksonville '
r H. Hart f
:Marjorie Sue Mlddleton, of Jacksonville Missionary strawberry plants SOAP&POWDER
with her aunt Mrs. A. M. Pet-
is here visiting her grand- Beach with relatives. They Tlc: per 1,000. M, F. Brown, Starke. r AItGO TENDER SUGAR
1Jr.and Mrs. George E. Manassa parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- I tit. were accompanied by Aileen Comp- PEAS No. 2 15c i.
id Judge E. K. Perryman went to dleton. I. ton, who returned to her home after ART CLASSES Interested in can .'
Uinta: Ga.. Saturday for a visit I.i.i. Mrs. Della Dyal, of Hampton, is a visit here. sketching, painting or other 'j

rtb relatives. W. E. Torode, J. B. Sapp and W..I the guest this week of her brother forms of art, see Mrs. C. L Stock- 5 For lOcI CIIARMER
; and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. Friends here 'of Mr and Mrs. well, Starke. tf
B. Mundy left Sunday for a visit R. Johns Sr. COFFEE Can 12/2c ,;
Imbach of
M. ,
Hm't Summer Hat* at 5c Front at points in North and South Caro- Charles Keystone
(::1. M. Alvarez Store. Heights, will regret to hear of the LOST-One black mare, lost Sat '
lina. Mrs. H. A. Durden and children, [death of their four months old son, urday from old Tommy Williams FULL PACKEDTOMATOES h

$Jr. and Mrs. Robert F. Prather= Denim of Macclenny spent the,week-end I Bobby at St. Vrodenta Hospital in place about three miles northeast LARGE BOX KITCHEN

turned/ to their home In 'Jen- See from our$1.10.98e Dungaree At Alvarez.reduced ; .-. here with her'parents, Mr. and ', Jacksonville, lasVVrtday. Funeral of Starke.. Finder please report to MATCHES, 3 for lOc .
jp\ La., Monday after a visit Mrs. J. H.. Ritch.Miss services were t help Saturday at the sheriff. Reward. lip 1

'ft t with Mrs Prather's mother Vernon Silcox and' S. G. Denmark Thursday home of Bobby's grandfather C. A. FOR RENT-FIve room house apply 4 Cans'25c| A REAL OOOD IIOUHE Each
Essie Coleman
spent In Green
In Faye Gill. They were accom- are spending several days in Imbach Cove Springs. to R. A, Newsom. 333 North
afternoon of last week in Jacksonville
lied by Miss Florence Gill who Winter Garden with Mr. and Mrs. I Cherry: St. Jtp BROOMS. 35c & 50c ;
and sll-
with her brother
I visit there for several weeks. James Lewis. George C. White arrived here I
ter-in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. O. I Sunday morning from a business FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS :

NAT SEZ: Coleman.Mrs. I II trip to Washington, D. C., and

S. P. Vandivlere and son week-end joined his here wife with who had her spent parents the C. A. CARVER

I am going to offer shoe that I Pitner, who have been guests of I II Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Mr S 5 Ibs I7c !,

fit your feet at prices you are I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Alderman will I and Mrs. White and daughter JEWELER I .
willing to pay. All 1 ask la i, that leave tomorrow for her home In Frances, returned to their home in "
you pay a visit to my store and Brundidge, Ala. Tallahassee Sunday evening. WATCH, CLOCK AND t jI

fit your children with a pair of I' I I GENERAL REPAIRING I I RALLAKD'M CANOE OR SILVER KING
t Petor'B shoes. These shoes can I Richard Long who spent a two j Mr. and Mrs. George Easter had 1 1It

take It much better than many of i weeks vacation here with his I I I as their guests l last week Mr. and All Work GuaranteedIN It FLOUR 6 Lbs. 25c 24 Lbs. 77
mother, Mrs. F. H. Long, returned I Mrs. S. O. Rousseau Sr., Mr. and ; C 1 1If
r Joe Louis's opponents. They may I Saturday to Gainesville, where Mrs. A. Mt Rousseau, Mr. and Mrs GREEN BUILDING ,

go down but never for the count often ; he is employed.Mrs. Frank Easter, Jacksonville, and STARKE FLORIDA If, f fI

until you are satisfied that I 14-oz. RICH FLAVORCATSUP NEHTLE'H RICH .1.1I {
Pearl and four Bir-mingham .
be counted out. ;
they may I Bottle .
at -- I _
children, who have been living -- ---- ------- '
Citra moved here Monday and are I] l' MILK I :)I
'I .
occupying their recently purchasedhome .fIi
For Best ResultsSweeisn VAN CAM! I'M !"-lb. Can '
Clark Street.
on I Ii 3 tall cans 21c :

More This week's meeting of the Wo II TUNA FISH 15cHwert ( : 4s.II

man's Christian Temperance Union i '
I .
Soil Now
will be held with Mrs. Maria Hull i II ,
Hoot llsiiue TOILETPAPER
Mixed or Dill ) ,w '
Street, Friday -
at her home on Walnut

School at 3:30: p. m PICKLES ,
Qt. 15c
-- Strawberry end vegetable soils, in II -----
Mr and Mrs B. O. Smith, of >
particular! should be conditioned .
Gainesville and Jack Williams, of : 2 Rolls 15c 1

SHOESh' Hawthorne were week-end guestsof with KAt.CITE while the ground !II r KEUAW'!Y UiiMorf 0 for. 25r I \\4

Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs, at I being prepared for fttl! and win. Corn Flakes, 2 for .15c : :ft"

KIngsley Lake. 1111..q II ter plentioj.y ,
;;,:.: : II I I hiI )
Rough :
ready Mrs. George Livingston and Mrs
styles for E. L. Mansker, of Tampa, are the I'II' '
Dainty durableatlernsforgirlsl boys \ I le f guests! of Mrs. E. S. Matthews and .'i'r I' AR.MOl'R'H: I'KANUTBUTTER SA LMON:1:
at Kingsley
Mrs. H. B. McLendon
.. 15c
f ;I I I Lake ; i I .. -___ '. '


: J, G. Alvarez and William Hen : J
i 11 derson, of Cambridge, Mass., arrived :, A POTASH-CALCIUM MIXTURE 'i lOclOc ,\ '
I Tuesday for a visit here with k1 .- ..
Mr. Alvarez's mother, Mrs. Roy .tt KAL-CITE contains hardwood NUU.CU.C'KEUS
4 I Eence. ,i ; "' '. ashes but pound for pound has I I '. GINGER= SNAPS t\ II

; twice. the potash and twice the CANADA DRY OKAMAMCRACKERS
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain and j 'I. CREAM MODIORANGE" ,; ,
> COPPE RKAL.CITE calcium plus needed rare elements. :
\ Mr. and Mrs. Smith Denmark spent i SODA
the week-end In St. Augustine with FOR So KAL-CITE is far superior and I ;. ROOT BEER <
the latter's son-in-law and daughter far less costly than ashes. Plus ltottl Depoftlt vI" h .
; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas. CITRUS TREES ;

Use KAL.Q1TE for better I' '

: t ) w. recommend Bill Edwards who has been employed KAL-CITI wllh.copper A .. and bigger profits. Our local dealer cropsa.lpS.t..dd.d. I ;
t Ih... .h_. because with the A. & P. companyIn .I n.bt- : FAT 22c
they'resolid Jacksonville for several months now can supply a
'I --'let!,dl.-b.cr..dh..rai.e.teihnhe.
leather and was last week transferred to they ... you from stock.KAL.CITE UIIITK FANCY TENDER:

..lia strongly company's store In St. Augustine. |II AIM for...** bl,.will is made ::
I Lb. !
1 lOc
buJt. -. MdI for -- .
by the makers of ,
Mrs. James Morqus and daugh.i I tool....... I" ,II4I..IM. I
ters, Betty and Neva, of Arcadia, the famous IDEAL '
were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,I !z. FERTILIZERS.ID I'i' STEWBEEF\ Lb. lOc
W. L. Wall. Neva remained for a !I

Sizes up $1.25tobigboys longer visit here with,her uncle and FANCY TENDER FLA. j ,


and girls Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Dodj-on, ; f
$2.95 Miss Ellen Chester Dodson, and Joe t Wilson ft Toomer Fertilizer Company, Jacksonville Florida ''f FANCY: TENDER WESTERN } rf
Taylor, of Miami were the guests I f
-- of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, at \ CHUCK ROAST Lb. 20c
and Tues

ATSTERNBERG'S Kingsley day.Ladle'Lake Work Shoe $1,30, at J.I CARL JOHNS, Selling Agent Ij_ OIL SAUSAGE Lb. 24c J

M. Alvarez Store.rye.uv.h.dr. STARKE, FLORIDA arrcamamnrmrm""" '


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+ IIERIFF'K *4,1>B> (Continued From Page Two) A Tax.leaerlpti. (pals I I>rsrrl.tl._ lee T
_ .. II... T It A Ow. .. R A Ow..r .
: Notice I t. hereby riven that I. A. O ,.,
,I Andreu, a* Sheriff. of Bradford NE'4 of NE'4 __.11 n 40 Jerome Thlr.ab _______ 18 18 Com at NW Cor of 8WW .
founty. Florida, by virtue I TexeeDserPptie :"IE'4 of SW ( _: __ 18 I 112 40 Unknown _____ ______ 1L70SWV. of NE% A run S 210 ft,
J ,' if and, u .trea''t: '; of that certain R_. T R A O_. (".... of NE.4: ci- S *33ft B 728 ft, N 210 ft, W

Writ of Execution Issued out of Lots 10 II of Elk JII, -- _---_-___. ..20 I 22 II Lonn.o Orion ________ '..00B40 728 ft to beg-3HA __.29 I *> t J, M. ,
7 114 find under the hand and official .ealf Ward City n__ I 1 10 'nknown __nnn_____ 1273 01 NW\4\ of NEttI all Part of a t A lot Com at W*| ?
<. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lots 10. II of Blk JI, W.. of N4:\ of N'E'4 W NB Cor of land formerly

( Bradford County State of Florida I Ward City. _ 'n_ I 7 110 A. ::1. 80w..11. _________ I.U of Road & N 133 tt of owned by T. W Sweat A
dated October 25lh, A P. 1936, on NW, of NW% & FIIJ'J'4' ot IW% of NE'4----i ---. 20 I U U Lor..nao Green __-_ .GO run E to line of Bee.
1 that certain Judgment of M. A. Smith SE'4. of NE% cI NE of8EV. 29 thence S on See line

at Liquidator for the Bradford :: _ 7 20 100 Mn C. A. Lewis _____ lUll __________ ______.10 1 U 80 Mrs, Oula Freeman ___ II." 220 yds., thence W to SB I It .
Count, Bank a .corporation plaintiff NW% of 8E4 .x fly right AIf. of BE" of SW% .x 1 Cor of land] formerly -
and aa-alnet- 8. i... Peek, defendant way 7 20 84 Jot In NE W of owned by said Sweat. .
Jj ,
; and bearIng; date the: 24th. day NJ'4 nt AW% ::::::::::J: 7 20 40 tJ:1:: : : Road __ __._ _________.11 I U 2OS.: W. Ed..rd. __ 22.111 thence. N to beg. in EH .

I \ i of October A. D 113&, have l levied! RW4 01 8W'4 .--________15 7 ao 40 O. C. Xelley _________ n.n All NW'4 of BW\4\ W of of SEW ----___________?2 JZ 4S.:
)1"A upon and will H1 to the hl.h..t I E J4 A of SEt, of 8EV. pub road _____________.21 I U 1 Mra. Onie Freeman __ I." On. lot oflndO4Oyd.N Rothll
) and bunt bidder for ..aah at publl" less N 41 A-SA ___ ____. II 7 20 8 O. C. Kelley __________ I." WV.ofBlklSofRZWcx A S by 120 yds B A W I
I auction on Monday the 7th day of 8EV. nf 8EV. cx N II A J A In NE ear & E. In SE Cor of SEW of ,

September. A. I). JU6. durlna- theIff .x E I A-aO A A ". otIW'4 ofItlklSofRlWln 1 8E% ---_______-_______28 41 II T.s.: .
A} Hour of ale thereon. In front of MEt4 S% of T.mple' Subdh _______11 I U t D. 1. Lloyd 1 18.42 4A In SEW of SEW Bounded Aide, ,1",",
of the South door of the court houneof 5EV. of SW'4 ___n____. II 1 20 40 O. C. Xen.y --------- 9.07 Com at NW Cor of land N by ,Fields place., W 11
Bradford County, In city of NW% ot NW% less 1 AN. owned by Elmira: Kin by land: of 101.... Well. S

I I Btarke. Florida' the following described of Ry ___ _____________11 7 to at Z. W. Jtamllton _____. U.tO on B: side I of Ry & run by Ry &: B by W..t-

J real estate situate the In Bradford hereI -- Wti of SW'4 of NN ''rn;; 7 20 80 S. A. Fos..orth ________ 1.14 at right angles to ny toE moreland St. __________29 t 22 4 Lottie
County. Florida. with MWL ..f NEIh of ____________ Wiley
line of S..a. U. thence S 1 SEW BWW! 29 t 22 88
i dltamont and appurtenance mereinterest- 'inij"u _:-:: :. =_.::.:: _:_:::21 7 20 10 Empire tumber. Co. __ IUt N on said 8"c. line to One A In SB Cor of NEW J. w. Andru

to belonping. to-wit! K 14 A of NEW of NEW._ 21 7 20 14 O. C. Kelley _______ 8.06 Center 8t In T.mple' NWW 28 t 28 1
------- -
undivided I ; -- ---- Dave
A one-seventh AD) NWW of NWW *X E Sub-Division thence W I. Coo 210 ft N of SB Cor of Crawford. l
In that certain lot or block 12 A .. ______ ________22
7 20 26 O. C. Kelley _______ n.n to thence S NEW of NWW run W S
I' lying and belnIn the original Town EH\ of NWW of SW% ___24 7 10 21) C. F. LltchtJ.ld _______ 1.23 :ron'rt: fly to Yb.. in EV. 210 ft, N 210 ft.,, B 210 -
: of Slarke, Florida and more particularly WH of NEV.-------------- 11 I U 80 J. D. Oventre..t. ______ 18.011
,' described follow: NE% ex such IoU or ft. 8 210 ft to beg. _____29 II U TT Leonard
a of the orlirlnalTown ; N* of EH!I of NEW, of pieces a. have heretofore 8H of SWW ____________80NWW I 80 Herman Grlffl.
I'I''I' All of Block 18 Florida. w.t of NWM\ A NH'" of B 405 ft been deed __--____ 41 U U Amanda Aalllord ______ n.09 of NWW ..x 8 10 A.-S1 C 22 80 Herman 8 lftrh,; _
of atarke. .
of WH of NE ofNW'4 -' 2
% .
: ; land owned and occupied by I). BKnlaht : -________________25BWW I U It Horace Norman _______ 4.03 NE'4 ot Elk S B ot R I Bcx 8 10 A of of NW NW%% ftX of NW S 10% A ASH ..._ I
*nd wife N. __ Knight oreither of 10 A N B 511 It cI N 81 ft In
BEW ex on
I of them: :except a lot fac-In ...Ide. t SEW of SWW26NWW I U 10 Drew Reddish. _______ t.211 All Temples 8uhdlv ______11 I II 2 Unknown __ ______ 1.1 SWW of 8W of%SWW ofTlWW A -___of_.81 t 22 80 M J. McRa
j 7.lorthwest corner Block of NEW A A H of W. of 8W'4 of NE% NEW __ I

: Ins on Call Street 129 feet and NEW A NEW of NWW. 28 II U 110 Drew Reddish ________ 711.03 cI E34 of BE'4 of NW% 8WW A SIA of SE'4of;
faclnc "n Court street. 62H feet and NWW of HEW A 1 A In BE 8 of public .. __ ______ 8 It U C. B. Strickland _____ 437 SWW A NWW of SEW ANH

) al.o except. a lot of land In Boutnwe Cor of SEW of NWW 28 I U 41 Drew Reddish ________ U.III NE% or *tWy4 of NW% __IS 8 II JO Itirs. (I. F. :Morgan ___ 1.87 of 8WW of 8EW A
f..lnlll Aln U A In NE Car of
II .t corner of said Block 11 SWW of SE'8V. of 2 NW Cor of ilW% of SEW

l on MadlHon Street 60 feet and on SWW ---- -- -- .- ---_ 30 II U 120 M. S. hayes n_________ IUt 5EV. -______ __________27 I U 2 Clifford H. Allen ___ 4.18 : SWW .-- 81 t 22 Itl W. M. EdwaJ' j jCoo
Court street 70 f..et. NWW' of NEW A NE% of 8. of BW% of NE'4 a at wj. of NWW
j, A. O. ANDftEtt Nw% __----- _____---_85 I It 80 nrew Reddish ________ 2500 NW'4 of 8E'4 & NE'4 of SEW A run B 250 ft.
.) Sheriff' of Bradford County Florida. SV.ofE'ofsWII' II 3J IJ ,v. R, Wooell. ______ 1.69 of MWt4 ex W II A cxa N flnn ft. W 9KA ft_ a !ton
\ '. .76t4 I Iif NEt: '. of NWli' _n_ .___n_ 1- 8 -21- 40-- W.-- n'n_ Wood. n___ u n____________ .02-'.- A 'nr. ...... -n' C- -Cl- -G'-! .Yt. .,,- -T'.vfi. --.. ---- -- ,--1C&lOAonS ..- It tb'; ; r"I' %-A:::.:_:::U 8 22 2 SImon TrY.on
I S''jf' -BEt,; ;,fNW1t .itI. eSE"NW % All NI., of 8E14 ot SW34 E _"

r' noTirn OLFOR APP'.I.ATIO NE% 01 tlW% -----------S I II 10 W. R. Conner _________ 1.10 % ___-_____________11 I It JO E. J. Flynn ._____ 11.51 of public road- AU 11.2 I Jennie TrY."n
TAX I>KKINOTiCR'Va ) NEt4 o? NE'4 I II 40 loin. AnnIe AI ar...___ IU8 W II A of NE',4 of NW'4..37 I 22 13 Della Keller. ____ '.n Beg aiE. :t IV.ShJ.. Nof
''I l. .413r NWV of tr;; 'W% ofNEY. Com JOII ft 8 ot NE Cor off of :

.''. "HEHEBY 'GIVES.I of NW\' ________12 I 11 110 E. 1. Eiggs __________ 18.11 : % of a run SW, % A run N a lrJOOhn"
of Tax Certificate NW% of NWS" N. of tt. ,rfo ft. B 4: < W J4 chn" B 8
I That R. F. Clark Issued holder the 6th day Mwya of Nw% _-______11 6 U 80 n. M. 1\.R. __________ ..81 I ft, N JOII ft to beg" ______ 28 8 U 1 L J. Keller _______ 8.18 JO.IOO chn".E 6 citns, N
1 No.; 402. 1982 has filed Lot I or B',(, ofNE"____. at S J1 IZ 1If. J. McRe ________ 1281I 1 Lot 40 It E & W by 105ft I. chn". J:;; I chn. to
'J, of Beptember. A. D. mad. 41 A of Ef'4 of BW% of N A 8 In NW coo of beg .x portion W of

V 1II came. In my office and deed. has b. I..u..dthereon. application NEt4 -_-_- _______ I 7 U I Jim p..leSlleon _________ I.U E of NW% ot 8E'4 of road -------__________. I 22 4 Vaaeo
to Mltch"l1
t for a tax 8E" of ________ ____ One lot of land 148
embracea SW% A NW% of Ng'4 __ 21 I U Rogers Battle ______ 4.87 ft
f ) Bald certificate In BE'. h________________ 9 7 U .0 W.lter. Robinson ______ 17.83 E 26 It I In ot Lots I. 3 of in SE Cor of NW34 :1
.,\ the f I :'t'eo.jJ' : 7rS..oG.::: ol I A off AW Cor nf NE% of 1-11k 16 OrIginal Town 5EV. -- ------_________ 8 22 areen
j IPIWII th* NEW of road In 8W% of tgrke -------__-----18 I U ChU. O. Woodbridge 17.03 Lot 8- of Elk I. LIncoln HamIlton __
't i&1l4l3 Florida half to-wit:outh..t Quarter of NEt4 cI SE'4 of NE% 'Lots I. 8 of Blk II "s B49t City -- -------_________ 41 U Ella Williams -
\ \ East of except oneacre .x 7 A nit S .ld.nIO 7 U 11 Unknown ____u_____ 22.411 ft Original Town Lot 8 ot Blk 8. Lincoln h"

i ; of ,Bouth-east South-west Quarter Corner, NW34 of AW% _.____-11 7 U 40 Unknown ____________ 11.11 of ltke -------__-----21 1 U Cha. O. Wo04brld.153.01 City ----------_________ 6 21 Wm. JlIcL..od -
In, the t Bouth.Range II A In SW Lor. of NE% E 8$ '-20 ft of Lots. 5. 7 of Lot J of Elk 7. Lincoln ,_

Section 27 :Township containing: In all 1 of 8W14 _______________14 1U: II W. A. Stade __________ 2.03 Blk 11. Original Town of City __ ---------_______ 8 22 SImon
22 East lesn.Th .. fIIE% ot NW'4 -__.________ 7 21 40 M. C. "& C. a. Hode.... '..14S4t Starke _______u _______21 8 J2 Ch... a. Wood bride. __ 117." Lots I. 8. 4. 5. ot Elk I. Try on '__
19 acre more. or of the said property \ of NW% of NE% A NN.f W 36 li\\ ft of Lots ofBik LIncoln City ---U 8 II :Jennie
IITZ. Try.on
f assessment. said certificate. Issued :fW\v"J fBW f--&JI 7 2t 40 Walter Robertson ____ I.U OrigInal Lots 6. 8 of Elk U. Lincoln __

under In the the name of D. E.Unles ot Bt.rk. ______ ._______11 II Chea a. Woodbrldee n.oa City ---_______________ U I U Jennie
wa S" ,40 of NW' ot SWy4; __ 17 7 11 40 M. J. Hunsiker. ______ I.U Blk 21. Original Town of Com at-a pt 1011 ft B Clf Try.on -.

t ; Dr.ndt. said certificate shall be re- NE'S' of AW'% N. of Starke _____.__________U I U Ch... O. Woodbrlde. __ 152.72 NW Cor of NW% nf
} *according 1 to law, the property 1'11'1.A' 8 AnNE C'or of Lots J. I. of Dlk n. J. H. NW'4 a run II! 51111
tlI deemed described. therein I will be cold r:1DfxE. & SE%S'J .7 0 h n a Addition toStrke It. Sf UII ft. N IIU ft. W

4t I bidder at the courthouse 2 A in ___--------___--U I II D. C. Jones _____ .__ IUO 11211 tt to beg _______33 I U
,t I to the door highest on the first Monday In ('or ._ ____.__________19 7 It III Chelll.y Fogg _________ 12.RII LOi-rJbnnl: J, Livingston, All NW% of BW%---E of R" II Mn. Annie E. p" ,,,! _. 3

;i month of September. 1936. which W. of BW'4 _____..______20 7 J1 80 Chesley. Foee _________ 24.79 Co's AddItionto cx about 2 A In SW CarIS I
the the 7th day of September. 1936 E'4 of NE'?L nf 8EV. cI Starke ______________21 41 23 Hayes Sternberlr ____ '.09 I A in NW Car of NE% of Unknown -- h. I
;, ,''r I I. Dated this 17th day of July, 193t. SE% of NE'4 __________11I 7 11 10 1IIr. Addle lack.on ___ 1I.n Lots I. 3. 18. 14 of Blk 26 I'E% being 4n.% ft 11: cI
OFFICIAL SEAL N 211 A of $Et' of NE'4 Livingston. Truby WbyI40ft N &S&

I A. J. THOMAS. 1..1 A In IIW! Cor.29 II U W. McZver. __________ 11.03 Co' Addition to 8tark.U I II J. R. Moor. ________ 20.n JJ A In N1if Car of
& Clerk of Circuit Court BW% of NE% cx Lot J 1ilkS Lots 4. 5. I. 1 of Blk 2a. 01 8EV. being 831"NW"'t""
A ci ol Bradford County Florida. '" a mx Lot A Elk I ex Livingston. Truby A N & S by 461''%" It on N
t 7-17-5t-8-Zl Lot 4 BTIc 11 Ex BaplI..t Co' Addition to Starke. _.28 I It :no L. Thomas ________ 18.71 side U8 ft B side
t. Church lot ________11 7 II III Co D. Roberts _________ 10.28 Lots 8. 9. of 211k 19. Liv.ingeton to public road_on_____.:___33 I 12 n Cha.
NE'4 of NE'4 less U A on Truby A Co' Lot 2 of BUt .7. H. Johns O. Woodbridge, 2'
1 4 NOTICE OF APPLICATION W" aide of GulI.y Addition to 8ta..ke ___.II 8 It R. :S. Williams Sub Div 02i
__ NE
1? FOR TAX DEED Branch ______________811 7 t1 U Chesl.y Fogg ________ '..45NE'4 Lot 4 of Blk 6. LivIng.ston '.71 NEt4 % of
V (*mate Bill No. Ie.) of NW% __________88 7 2J 40 Emma Mu.hl.nhardt __ 11I.18 Truby & ('0'. Sub -NW--% of--___33 41 II 2 Mrs Fannie St.Wart I
( NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN MEM of ME'4 12 H. Crews _________ I.U Div Nt4o NWt,4 ex '-
40 F. of NEI4 01 NEI411 8 22 Unknown __ .______ A a a-A In NE'CorU
holder oit" ___ 1.41 I U 12 D. D.
4 That Helen M Steam, II A In B of N. of Lots Lots 3. 4 of--'Blk J4 Liv.ingston SEl4of WMdard _
Tax Certificate No. 476 issued. the I 1 __ __,------_11 4 23 II 3?. C. Wlmberl ______ LIIw4 Truby A Co' NW4of NWI4 8E/of NW ____84 I 22 10 A. E. Wall h. ----- II I

Kth daybfd.ptember. A. D. 1932 has of NE. of NW% ____ I II aa 20 Canon M. Oriffls ______ I.U Sub Dlv ot 7'lEV. of 8w'4 Of NE & S, of

vt filed same In my office and ha Lots 31. 13. aa In Wood- NEt/ __________________28 6 22 Unknown _______ SW% of % ---------35 8 U 80 MarIon alJe..on. 6
NWt4 ____
4 mad application 1 for Sldt.e"'r deed to lawn __________________10 II 23 80 Mn. Ada Howea _____ 11.42 -Lots f. I of Blk 21. Llv- __ ..88 --- ___ II 7 U 40 :Mn. N.B. Hull : __:: 10
4t be issued thereon.. a E'4 ot Lot 42 S% of Lot )' Co's S of B% of SW34 of

embrace the following describednronertv U In Woncllawn ______11 II 23 JO J. L. H.n.y __________ 1.80 r.If.toDlv: Trfb N:% ofNpIA ; '. WV _n___ ___._ 8 1 23 JO Mary T.rr"l1 ,
-'" In the County of Bradford Lots 34. B9 In Woodlawn1t II 22 20 Fred 1.. Conner _____ ,22 U a ., "...'...'-_._._..._ __ WIor! NE'i Ic'iz -_- 3 .' II 20 1.. A. 3
'- ---- ------------ ---- -- -- .A. Geiger ____ 3'NW
'r:1i: : State of Florida to-wlti! Lot* S3, 40 In Wondlawn ..11NH i 20 A.; i. Swarta ':_=.__ 8.60: Lot* 3. 4 of Blk 26 Llv.Ingston ----- t.n V.ofN V.IeasbAin
H Northeait. Quarter of Southeast : of NW14 of SWW _1NH > I U 20 Lawrence. O. Weekly ? 8.22 Truby A Co' NE Cor -_______._____ 3 7 12 311 T. :S. Alderman .

i"\\ Quarter of Northeast Quarter \ of NEW of SEW ___It 5 Ii 20 L. O. Weekly Trustee- 8.13 Sub DiV of NEW of N% ot NEI4 ----_________ 4 7 22 .0 Mike Dew _____ ____ _: ,
1(1.'I Section 29 Township I South. Lot 11, 18 In Woodlawn .13 6 II 20 !Mary E. Ward _______ '.22 NEW\ -_______________22 6 23 A. T. Paul _____ Five acres 1n NE Cor ot 12
flange 22 Eat containing 10 I Lot S3 In Woodlawn, ____IS I II 10 Mrs. There*** Mathl... 11.80 LlvIngston __ 1.77 NW% of NW% ______ 4 7 II II Unknown ___.
Lot 1. 3 of Blk .
Acre or le*.. 30 BW% of NW'4 ______:: 2
more Lot 6, t, 11. 13 In Wood- n 4 7 II 80S.: F. Ilerriiig __ :::
1 Th. assessment of the said prop- Truby A Co' S 4''IS A 01 that of i
< ', I -ISI 5 11B 40 J. H. William _______. 1'.2'I Sub Dlv of of ro..tlon
erty under the maid certificate. l Lots NEW E",, of SW% 0
15, 36. S3 In Wood- lying -
r In the of K. W la-I I I NEW -- ---____-__28 6 22 Unknown ____ W of State
sued name Road
I wa lawn --__-IS 22B 30 D. L RlgbyS ________ n.1I Lot 3, 4 of Blk SO, Llv- __ 499 No.
1 ".r. I 1 I 8H, of Lot 11 In Wood- 13 -----------------____ 7 7 II 5 R. O. Moore __
Unless said certificate shall be ,'I lawn ______......____.16I 11 Sinclair Mosl.y ______ 3.011 Ingston Truby A Co'sSub About 1 A In NE Cor oft un. t
redeemed, according law the I I: Lot 69 In Woodlawn16 6 S3 10 Lewis Garrett _______. 11.11 Div of NE% of :. of SWV. ot NEV. B
__ __ ___
I 1 property described! therein will be : Lots 10. 23 In Woodlawn..ltLot 6 >3S NEW -- -- 41 22t Willie Robert ___ 3.17 road 13 ____ __ 7 7 II 2
t the 20 8 O. Potter ____ ____ 1.12 Lot 3 of Blk 82. Living.ton. ----- W. O. Tomlln.on ___.__ I
bidder at I
A In
,. sold to the highest 21 In Woodlawn It 11B NIi Car of NE'4 of
itl 10 Charlie Oaakln ___ 1.11 .
I I Co'
court-hou door on the first Monday -' Lots. 13 It, 17. IS in Truby A Sub- 8W% 10 yele N A S by
\ In the month of September 193. Woodiawn 10 11 Dlv of NEW of NEW__-28 11t Walter Cummings ___ 8.1$ 140 yds E A W ________ 7 1 U
40 Broa.S t
----------- Duck ______ 12.13 C. M. Hitch __
I Lot 4 of Bile 33. Living __ I
which I the 7th. day of September. SEV.of n
NEt/a _
I : 1936.1 E3wi NW% of NB* f21 ton. Truby A Co' Sub NW0fN --------- 1 7 22 40S.: E.: Bulllvan :nn::: ,

It\ Dated this tSr l day of July 183t E% orNEW'"of"NWw"U-* 5 12 Lewi Garrett ____. '.01 Div of NEW of NEW____28 11 Charlie Thomas ____ 1.81 NW of BW.i4ofSW7410 of SW'4& 7 2J 10 Unknown _____n___.__ I

'I i : (OFFICIAL SEALS 1 A for C.m.t..ryU. 6 11 It C. I. A M. Dlngfelder._ n.n Lot. 1. 2 or EH\ of Blk S V., A In SW Car eI' NE%
I I A. ::1. THOMAS, E16! of N. of NW% Of 88, Livingston, Truby aCo'p of SW'4 of 8W34 B a W
I' ') Clerk. of Circuit Court NE'8 Sub Dlv of NEW of of Ditch __________
II 21 IS M. F. Brown _______ 1.111 ----- II
___ __ ___ W. 1. _
: Florida. NEW .18 I 21 DU.1r ___ I
H Bradford I LydIa
I : of County. 5 H, ef NWM of NE!:' -23 II 13 20 Dr. G. W. Brown ______ 11.11 Lot 1. 1 or E of Elk 34 Tyson ________ ...* -NE% of 5EV. of 8EV .x nhU
: 7-21-61-8-23 N 4 A of SWW of NEW: of 1 A In SE Cor A E I A
imrit .. S .S __ ___.__ .. Livingston. Truby A. n'-- MWIh. .. .. n' ..co',".. _..
-- -- -
: Co's. Sub Dlv
of NEW
11 CIBCrlT COtRT 8* AND FOR .jf'swiC.fwi4ii: 23 20 Mrs: Helen M. Hallet _. 12.12: 8EV. ________ 7 II
of 8 21 __ --------- 1It.
Lot 2 8. 7 8 Elk NEW --------------- Lydia Tyson B. Prevatt ___ _____ I
BRADFORD, COUNTY. IN CHAN 1. 4. of I SH. of Blk 37. Livingston. ______ '.U S 300 ft of NW% of 8EV. n
CICRY.I 1 Town of La-wtey, W ofLota W of By __ 7 II
Truby A Co's Sub Div --- -- I
B. CRABTREE ) ny _- .3 5 22B Roy R..ddl.h. _____ lt.lt Foremost Dairy Prod.
CORA S.4rTof Blk. 3 Town of NEW ofNEV. --__---11NH t 22 A. O. Jenklna Ucts Co. _____ __ 4
Plaintiff. ) of Blk 37 A all Blk _____ C.88 E% 01 a 1 A lot In SW Car nn
I V. ) DIVORCE lJI..t Lawter W. of Ry _-_ 23 22t H. 1. Cotton ________ .112 of SEV of SE7of 8E..18 7 U _
88. Livingston, Truby *
: W. 1J. __ __
S C. H. CRABTREB > 6 of Blk S Town of LOte3 4t lof llclI {n Griffin _ I
Co's Sub Dlv of of
Defendant ) Lawtey W of Ry ______S3 22S H. 1. Cotton __________ '.Ol NEW Hampton ______ 7 U
NEW __ _28 6 22 --------
S Lot Blk --- A. O : Mn. F. P. Croft ____ If
7. 4 Jenkins
Town of _
____ Lots
L5 NOTUH TO APPEAR I Lot .. 10 A SIft of Lots ___ 3.39 : 7, 8. 8 of Elk In -
S THE STATE OF FLORIDA Lawtey W of Ry -.__. 33 22S :Mary M. Bennett ____ 12.4 Hampton !_ .. 7 U _
7. 8 of Blk D. Jones Addition --- ---- mrs
: WH of Lot 6 of F. P. Croft ___ I
Blk. 7
I Crabtree who residenceS E Z6 ft of Lot 1 Sub Div no
To C. H. *
Sit to Stark*________IS t 12t
S Town Dr.
of A. B.
S unknown! Lawtey W of Lot. 2. 8. 4 of Blk C, Jones Dunham _____ 21.48 of SW'/ of BE\4.\ C. J.
: S It I* hereby ordered that you are Ry. -- -_- 22 :Mrs. Mamie L. Edward 4.811 W.H.Sub: Div _____ 7 U
S Addition to Starke ....11 21 --- Mr.
Bailey Vii ____
All 8 A. Lot A Dr. E. 4 Bigg Edith Rawly I
S xr required to appear on September ultto Lot 1, 2 3. 3, 14.33Olll N\4t\ of NEY A SW% of
: Dlag Lot 1 Town
S 193 before the above-entitled. : of Temples J.dgftl.slk: I'JEI4 less. I A right of

S S k4f the 11111 of Complaint filed avalnx Dlag Lawtey Lot W Town of Ry of_Law.tey _____.S3 5 22 Dr. O. W. Brown ____ 32.11II Btarke! ________--____38 t 118ta AlLIlall. way A 841i of NE'4 of
you above ; :1 _______ 18.18 NW% less 2 A In SE
Lot 1. S. 13, 14 of Blk 19.
I M dlf"o.c: T"e\ I: W : Rv -_--_---- 23 B 22 Roy Reddish _____.___ UI Temple Addition to Cor ----.--____________ 7 II UII Inca
S by designated a* the duly quallflecnewapaper I Lot 61 Town of Lawtey B ___ ___ BW'4 of NW'4 ________ 1 22 Iv.y Pollard------
28 I -
5; In which this order shall B of 64 Ry ft _of___Lot____7 23-24-26-2t A B 15 5 22 1.. H Hill _.____.____ 11.12 Lot 8. 11 A 8H, -of---Lot- -4-, II-F. A. Scott _________ 11.911 Et of NW% of SW% ___21 7 U 40 20.R.p. T.B. Co..bln Humph..y_______n___ __ i I
be published once a week for fourconsecutive 11 of Blk 19, Temple Eof SW% of NW% ____II 7 II JlO:1.: u
week. eaeyL: :1 Town of II A In NE- Car otWw. V. Jones------------
Addition to Starke ..__28 t 22
Witness hand and the seal of B F. A. Scott ___________ '.011 of NWI4 _______28
my __________ Lot 5 of Blk 1 Addition -------- 7 U a Xnott A _____ t J
Ry Wynn. Pitt'
S s' this Court at Htarke, Florida this 23-24-25-26 B It. Dorr Trowbrldge ______ '.11 LoJt I, on
Lot 8 Town of to Stark ..___.28 6 22 : 'Df "N :
Lawtey B Marr Sub of 1
29th clay of July. 1936. ___________ 1.118 .
.1 (OFFICIALSEAL\ of Ry -----23-24-26-28 t 22S Geo. F. Young _. lUll Lot 2, 5. 8, 7. 8. of BUt 1. NE'4 of NW'4-8''%" A1t 7 22
; S ?? gub II
Lot 26 Park W Rebecca _
Town of Lawtey B City Dlv aC' :Johnson
A. J. THOMAS. SIof SW% of BW ____ n It
% 80 7 U
S Clerk. of Circuit Court. of Ry _n_____ 23-24-25-2t S3B Mr*. B. K. Harmon _... 2.30Mr Addition to Stark.28 6 22 W. B. Watson ...._ 4.11I % of NW'4 ----.0 7 JJ 20 Pat Adams -------- -
Lot 28 Lots 7 8 60 Oeo. __ 15NW
t Florida. Town of Lawtey B 13. 14 16. 16, ,. Lot { "f W% of- F. Verger _' '
PATTEN a &of1 DIJ-mti of Ry ---____23-24-25-26 22 *. Jennie E. Brown.. 10.20 17. J li. 19, 101cdo" J2. 23. Lots 1. 2. 3 20. NWV.2.31 7 12 10 Heater Adams n_ __ f

: Attorney for Plaintiff. E'..".,oJ.SW'4,. of BW'4 __of_... .... ,, ______ -L__..__ .. 24.nfr 25...of.hT>lv I fly. a.City...._ filk :7 Hamotonpark'81.32. ; :-- -- -- ..7 -u- _.1"0.___ _ __ .. .'
7-31-6t-8-28. --- ------------ v. U I UUON ... '.a.nul.r ___ 1.10 8 55 yd* of NEIOtNEt' jtose t ox -
-- NW!. of SWt4 of NE __..24 II U 10 0.0. F. Young ________ 4.811 Lots AdditiontS'tajte"13l. I 2J 1W' B. Wataoll ______ 12.21 I -6 A A Com 186 yd* N
r ; N\Vt4 of SW" & 12 13. 14, IS. 16 of of SE Cor of
W 3l NEI4 of Blk 3. City Park Bub.
? FOR TAX I EKINente > of 8W\/ -__- --__24 II U 14 F. O..nn.. Hannon ____ '.82 Dlv W A. C's Addition to NE NB% A Cor run of N 175 NEW yds..
<" Bill No.NOTICR 11I3> 8EV. of NEVI of BW'4 E of to Btarke .--- .._______ 28 I II W. B. Watson of said

4 ) S s IS HEREBY < V-Fj Road ., ______-- ______11I II II II 1. H. Hili _______ ____ 1.88 Lot 4. 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10 ofBlk ____ 4.88 I yds NE'4., thence thence B 276 W 188H
of n yds,
p That L. W. Oonway. holder. 5EV.' of SW'4 of 8W14 ____25 II 22 10 C. 1. A .J to
Certificate No 833 Issued the 6th
S NWV of Dlv W A C'. Additionto
; -,j 4 day of September, A. D 3'a ha* filed NE':1: & N* cff; 8W24 NE of5EV. Btarke _________28 6 2J W. B. Watson NB beg-10 A, also com at
same In office and mad _.____ .... Cor of SEW of NEW
my of FII4 __ _____ 5 22 10 Catherine Lot. 1, 2.3. 9. IS
-- Wilson ____ 11.11Olfor A
JOpl1..U. 8
run 110 yds w 220yds
application for a tax deed to be issued ,
S thereon Bald certificate embraces NEV.1 Lot I ft. ...o :EN'4.._. .26 II 22 JO R. L. Brown ____n____. U3 of 1"w8.II C'* Additionto N 110 Kds. B 220 -

S., S the following described" prop of MW'4 of SWt4 E of & Starke _________28 I 22 W. Wat.on yda to beg- _-__---35 7 22 20 L. T. Dyer ___m____ _- :U'
erty In the County of Bradford, ________ 1.811 NEW of NWW A NEW of
adjoining State Road Lots 5, I. 10, It, 13. 13. 14,
_ _
S } State of .Florida towlf8outhEat : right of way _________ II U E. 15 16 ")'k.of NWW A WH, of
of North- E. flurney _________ n.03 17. 18, 19, 20. 21.
1I quarter B.... of MEt\\i of SEt of 22 of Blk 7, City Park SWW oJ NEW- ex 4 A
Kant Quarter of Section J3.Town.lllp AE'4 a W\i of MF', of Sub-DIv W A C's Addition for ----.h_-_____-35 7 22 68 Mr. M O. Constantine 4,
*, South Itnnge 22 Brg at
MEM & fiI" of 8W'4 of a pt on W aide of
to Stark 28
t 22
: East containing 40 acre. more MH.. a SlIM ot BE'4 of Lot 2 of--Blk----8-, W. B. Watson_______ 1221 Ky right of way on Sea -

'I I or lee*. of paid flWI,. _-.1'1: I II &Ii E. E. Bu..n.y _______ n.lO ( t/.P ik3.Bb- ..., W A line A. run N on right
Th asHesument the of
S S property W'is of BFJ'4 of AW'4 C'. wav JO yds, W 86yds
Addition _
to Stark 28 t
S S under the said certificate Is-. F.'o(, of E. of SW% of SH A In NWW of ,BWW 8 W. B. Watson ________ 386 s 70 yds. to said Seo

_ : MurrheeUnlesa sited was. In the name of Anna G. Swli _________________ 28 II II ao W. R. Dixon _________ 7,35 of Madison St known a* line.... thence E to beg-
EV.ofLotl4&s11Lot35 J. G Alvare.. A In 8E'4 ot SWV.35 7 22 34
re.. Blk In C. A. Youngblood
according said certificate 1 to law shall the be redeemed In Woodl..wn __________80 II 12 111 L. R. Denmark ______ 7.11 Stark. ex. 1 Lot In NW BW'a W ,(,. of NE'4 .-------____ 7 23 40 B. L. Xlnchen ...__- -- .
property Lots 65. II' &-A of \4tof BW'4 of
116. In
_ I described therein I will be soldto Woodlawn 111. ____ I U 40 Ure. Mauds Waln- One Cor lot sold to ft J. L. Peek-.SS. t 22 t J. W. Andrew. Jr. ___. S401 NE* It 8E %__ 2 M 22 Sf
62H _
the highest bidder at the courthouse ------- N A B by NVVw" "BwV 45 R. M. Hersey. ____ -
: _____ lOIftE Ny" of ____ i 8 22 34
I i ;.i1 wright __ ___ 13.86 A WiriNECorof 20 G. F. Wackerman
the n
door first In
I the month of on Deptember.. 1934.Monday which WI0 Will: of !NW'4 of NF.1 __.. 83 II II 20 W. H. DIxon _________ '.22 Lot lying 216H ft S of Beg 1'1"of at NEW of SEW -____ 3 8 22 20 J. L. Harden. A Son_ S'
}JOSe of NE'4 ot NW'4 01 Madison St Bounded N a pt on W aid of
I I. the 7th day of September, NE. & of Ry right of N
Elis NW, of way on
by J. W. Hayes, E by
jt; Dated this. 25th day of July, 1936.S NW% of NEt4 ___ -____ 34 II U to E. E. Burney ________ 2." Sanders St I 22 : line of Sec I A run S
OFFICIAL SEAL ------ --- Mike Dew
W ( ) I WII6 of NI% of- NW% 01 One lot 105 ft N A S!by; ill _______.____ 407 on right of way 95 S

J A. .J. THOMAS NW'4 -______ ______.U 8 II iii C. I. a M. Dlnlrf.ld.r._ 8.1i1 ft B A W Bounded N by W 85 yds., N 95 yds'to:;
Clerk of Circuit Court N. of BW% ot SE" ____ I S U aid Sec lIne, thence Eon
4 of Bradford County Florida. 20 Ell Oriftls ________ 4.07 Call Bt. 8 Mitchells.
SE'4 of NW % .x N'100 ItN W by nbrn Cook.ey said I .J1.4.o'ornti .14 A

: 7.11-61-9-28 right of way R. 1-f. Russell Addn to Htarke'! _____2S 6 22 iii :::-._ 2 SNWW 22 _____ 4S1if !
'I E. H C. A. Youngblood
S _ _ _ : :; : I : n : 2U3 Smith ____
NE% of SE4 : :: Millard H. Judd ::== I Com at NW Cor ( San ___. j,.04 of NE% cI Nof

''S. 4 NOTICR OF APPLICATION ,Sl.. of N.... nf NE% of BE% II 6 J2 10 ltu..11 11. Judd ______ ..n derson Lane A Hogan A NWW\ of BWt10 8 22J22 ItO Unknown ._ __________ 212NW
FOR T X StEEl NE'4 ot NE% __nn__ 1 I U 40 Adam Or..n. ____.__ 4.02 Alley A run N on said WHwo7 NEWof SWW\ of
Ceaste Kill N*. 1113) MEt.5' __u __.______ _______ 1 41 II 110 J..rom. Thlreb ______ U.U lane 62 W 8 ---__ ___"_ IIS.: G. Keller ?
,.5 3s, S NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN W'4 of NW'4 of NW'4 ..- I I II 10 Adam Green -------.- 1." 62 ft to ftH a111e EH of SW% nun il 80 Salvation Army---_-_-_-_--_..
That Laurence O. Weakley. holder WI Air SH of w"of
ofSW'4&3 Z thence B 50 ft to beg In NWW
I cf Tax Certificate. : No. 206 Issued the SV cor of NEV. Of1.w\4\ Stark -- ______________11 I 13 Dr. E. 1_ State' Road No. 28 ex
2nd day of July, A'fg" 1934: ha* A W\4t\ of 8EV. of 5W74.. S I II 101 Jerome Thlr.eh ______ It IS One lot com 50 ft W of Bugs _____ 17 tl 10 8-100 A deed Rosa
; ,
S filed same In my and ha E of MW'4 & NW Cor of Sanderson Manning Aug. 21. 1909

S : made application for a tax deed to *% of \\40 of 1\_... 8 8 II 80 M... Alfar.tta a..ner 1.1Ii Lane A Hogan Alley A .x 1 A to Moorer- ....13 I 22 S3 W. A. Jones .11
r be Issued thereon. Said certificateembracea 81'4 of NE% Si E". of run N 117 ft. W 87 ft. 8 SW34of BWW, of 8WW-.13 -------- f'.

S I t., S the following described FIIE% _--_______________ I II 120 Wm E. Tarbroulrh.__ 21.85 63 ft, W SIH ft 8W% otSWt,4 W of I 11 10S.: L. Harden A SonsAll --
S, property In the County of Bradford NW," of SE''" & NE\4\ of to o nIillAn y8 thence Ry .x 10 A In BW 16
State of Florida to-wit: e4W"; E of fly _____. .10 I II eo Mr.. Alic. HumpllrlY 11,811 E on said Alley 140 ft to 11! 445 ft of NE% ot BE"CI"1I 11 18 J. H. Lawr.nc.-

_ 3 North half of Northeast Quarter W. of NW% of IW% ___11 I 21 30 W. E. Y.rhroullh.___ 4 n beg In Btarke ...IS t 11 Dr. 01 BW'4-1 A 3 390
------ E. I. BlraY ----------1$ I 11 ____
: of Southeast Quarter of SectionS H. of NE'4 of 8W'4U S U 10 1.. B. Bob.ln ___ __ '.49 One lot of land In Starke __ 20.IS A In Sfi, Cor"of"tnat portion 7 Unknown __ '
12 6 South Range 22
Township SI-S of SW4 01 BEL: A
Bast: containing: 20 Acre more SWV. of SflL of _111 II 261 ft N A S by 210 ft NEW of BEW 1 ly
S1.V. I ao Blaneh. I. Whltt.n ____ 1.1iI B A W Bounded. N by log N of Ry being
or E.
of IIE'4 or 8EV. .x I N A'J
A 8
by 111
S ft
The assessment. of the said A In FIlE _____ Bt A E by Sanderson
property __
-S S cor I II JO B.
---- Watsonig ____ 11.81 Parallel 203
Lane- __ .___ 28 with Ry .....__13 8 11 ____
t _
under the said certificate Issued All NW4\ of SW\4\ W of -------- 21 :J. W. Barrel ____ 11.75 Peter. Gaines __
was In the name of L O. ny _____._ I It s H. H. Com 816 ft B of NE Car of : E. of ,
n ---- Young 4.:8 u'
Weekley Trustee. All W.... of BW\4\ E of Ry ------h. Broadway A Hoyt 81* A SUMR\ ______13 t 13 to :J D Thompson -'-' IU'
: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed In Seo. J5 .. a frad of run N 106 ft. E 61H ft. H : -SW"U t 11 40 Leigh M. Fearsall ---
,, according to law the property 111'% of SEtt Seo. II A a 105 ft. to Hoyt: !St.; W rwt' ? 'i- :
V described therein will be sold fr.d of NE'4 of NEVa t.H ft to beg. In St.rk.11 I 11 Edna C. Lewis \ -----___? I 11 100 Leigh M. Pearsall .iij
t'i t 1o the highest bidder. at the courthouse M.c. 21 a fred of Lot 1.In 1, 3. 4, 8, 1:1. ___ 11.It LotI Lot 1 ----------_..___27 8 33 34 Leigh M Fearsall: -:::
door on the first Monday In NWV. of NW'4 8.0. U. 13 Oaaklna to -------------____ ,.34 8 33 37 Leigh M. Pearsall -- JS
\ : the month of October 1936 which I Stark.: u t 11 1 Mr :: al' 2. 3, -- ___ 3S 8 11
i the 5th day of October, 1936. 1iI all of E pub of Ry road Ix sold 11 A li1aun-8 Com at .8wr.TM. -d-: Onle Freeman '.0' Lot: *x -12 4A-i -NE--: Cor 161 Leigh M. Pearsall --- -

). S Dated this 12 day of August, 1936. dare In S"I U _116-11.1121..1 U U R... 0. A. Throw" __ eon A Myrtle St* A run A Lot ex: 13 A on B
OFFICIAL ) lS.n 8 on St 42t ft W side A all Lots 3, 5 9 1o
S ( SEAL A f".1 of EV. of ME'! Sec I''Io .
A. J. THOMAS If a frac of NE% ot 310 ft. ft. to Madison Lots 11. U. 18. 14* 16""____.* 401 Letillb' M- P"11 1%"
S Clerk ef Circuit Court I NE'4 Sec J1 W of fly22 gt. thence E on said l 2. .. 4, 5. o. 5

__ of Bradford County, Florida. I A ..- ,11-21 I U II ne. O. A. Thrower ____ .111 Bt 110 ft to beg In Gas- Lots Fracl J .B." ___0.___ 1 J 33 353 Leigh M Pearsall Jjj
8-14-5t-9-ll kina Addn a _______
to Starhe- _
NW'4 of NW\4\ ._____ J7 I U 40 Jerome Thlncb __ It.U _.13 ,2 ,4, Leigh, M. p.arsall
1 A __ _
--______:28 t 11 1 C. g.
- Holtaendorf ____ 7.SI C. A. nor!J*"
; KNIGHT, Tax Collector Bradford County,

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If EAC Or ELECTION uesl.laturi. of:' .-- were dancing around the room BROOKER SUGARCANE: TOPS' MAKE 1& trench silo for winter feed for ,"
f ",",dilution of 1885, Y ""\ tt-\ X -. .. 'I wondered what brought me I GOOD SILAGE TO FEEDSTOCK cattle In the winter when feed is I :

AB'tr, ""! "Irt 1 ., Ida, did pas amend* two* ... '. 1.\1 ales J, I[ here tonight" he said "Now t Muse Vera Oalnojr, Correspondent. DURING INTKK scarce workstock and cattle will 5i
ipofUna ....
Er t,1I'h'; ii'titutlon of the "" IstY 1/1JnAxfA ,: know From now on I'll be here I Cart DoutjUut Die relish' this silage and even grow

tJ ,' f'I"IO' three fifth : An unusual accident occurred
rot i .
I" elected to each know why, I here Tuesday, August ii. when the who raise sugarcane for sirup view of prospective higher
Utht n' ride, on Bald Joint I "You II be here long" asked should cut the tops of the stalks prices for feed next winter because -
door of school bus
vh ,uttered. upon th.lolnl a swung open
0. ,
Thor ": 1 of the drought he advise
IN".II.\ ,, with the yea* Suzy and she was surprised that throwing Carl Douglas nine-year- long and make ullage of them, aays
II"' ,,,'" and that they the did said des1rand she cared so much what bis answer old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. J, Lee Smith district agent with farmers to store up all the homegrown -
: 11'' 'i feed that they can during
would be. Douglas out and the State Agricultural Extension
ae --- --- fatally Injuring
I U II' stnttheeUenE I the late summer and early falL
//I : Stat. Service.
I h "A few golden him. He lived until
night unless Thursday
N..vemb.r Suzy and Terry have Just en- to sing and dance In the her anyway .
..fl RE R. there Is a sudden of morning. "The top Joints of the stalks will
RFF I. tered his after canceling
the rooms their face went white and clutching Mal- January 1838, was the coldest
'b, HIVe notice that (a riage when the mysterious ", mar-I sie's arm she whispered do for Greensboro N. C.,
"Why January
'dGE e Ih'Ht1 ,,:". CT.O of the factory shoot to happen In this war. But let's I Cemetery Friday morning with the not cut the tops long and ensile
: Terry the
l ( \ English have to have In
cops them? The be in since 1913, records show
phrld 1it ru ctedlnt the disappears. In a panic, Suzy Paris t""Don't I forget It. Tonight we live. First DeWitt C. Jones funeral home in tops may packed

'a .ooda'i, N": ,v.m'& A. D. 1P.6: makes her escape to Paris. Terry's 1 to begin what's going to be a long 1 charge and_ Rev. O. E. McGauley .... _._. _, .... __ "- ... ,..., ...- .... >0. .. .... ... .
"?! being the be silly said Maizle. offlclatinCarl'
:;! .*!** wound Is only acquaintance properly let me Introduce I
"' or MOVKIHBKRTHI"5tlflVul"n rejection of -auperfidal.CHAPTER looking at the Englishman who myself. I am Andre Char- leaves to mourn his passing We' Call For And Deliver Your Car

/ Re..thelConetltutlorEeAIOfST had caused Suzy's panic. "He's vllle, of Paris-when I'm not up in ils parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
anImfn. ;t. FIVEMalzie some kind of an officer out to have I the air. Douglas and three brothers, Howard With A GoodWASH

RESOf.IJTIONx himself a good time and remember Lowell and Earnest Douglas,
"I m Suzy Trent of New York-
j"l answered the tap at her
nd Sectlon 3 of the Scotland Yard isn't what
i might besides a host of other friends and
'\ 'x ll 'th<' Conntltutlon of door. called ; when I'm not dancing in a Paris andGREASE
"t ( n ,rlda. Relating to exactly dumb or slow. Ifthey'd cafe." relatives J
she I I
"Suzy cried "so decided
dtst .

Aged. Infirm, you wanted
: .. 'th you they'd have had I -
for She knew she should to Maizle
heaven's sake what Is go
t ..arc.tTbP .1 you long ago Probably knew all : Mrs. M. D Strickland and children -
.>" > The L..I"la'.re the 'matter? Are it was time! for another duet, ,
.:"irif, ..I..ld.' you- the time you had nothing to run : but she saw the of Moultrie, Ga. spent Sun

r''11..1 I.a,' .i It the Article State of XIII FlorpiovlHlon of- There was no answer. Suzy had away for except fright. Nowan..p her. He evidently manager know smilingat who day here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. JOB

for the fainted dead away. Maizle startedto Into this number. You're here to her E. C. Long.
..Ia" r partner was. It was worth
',' ", it Unfortunate beamended, call the concierge to get a doctor make a hit If I have my way and while Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colaon spent
Hereby to lease a young officer like
"' 1 ti I I it. treed to and but ahe was one who believedin staring eyes and shaky legs aren'twhat Andre Charville. Tuesday In Callahan with friends OUR WOKK. GUARANTEEDLet
'" '.d .to the elector of direct action and home remedies I'd call an asset. and relatives.
:1W ,' da at the next gen.I They danced perfectly together.At .
Blab,IIC' ". held on the first first. She half carried half The girls were at the cafe long first that was all Suzy knew. Miss. LOl'l Webb, of Jacksonville Us Do This Job The "Good Gulf Way"

I ,ft lu first Monday In dragged Suzy to the couch, threw hours and for that spent Sunday here as guestof
.."; fin, ratification or Suzy was grate Then she realized that back of her
''I"r, I'' 01 I M. tlon 3 of Article cold water over her managed to ful. She had no time to think of wish that they could go on like her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. D. And You Will Be Pleased.

,I ..hall read aa fol- open her mouth and pour a little the past. The excitement of all Webb.
I" this forever was something else.

: ''IK respective coun- brandy down her throat. Slowly they saw and heard in war-time She had had other good partners. Mrs. B. H. Coverly of Okeecho- NEW\ DEAL SERVICE! STATION

frvnllrr,/, i'.a .. d by back to consciousness."Oh here of her mother Mrs.
,.tI nhabIIII'f-pi :: which had seemed broken. Now In her life. All the long weeks of aa guest IIUHKUT! : VK1KST.CONCRETE! Manager
I<'' : i .>i misfortune omay Maizie," she whispered, "I and then she would say to herself work, of bitterness of homesickness Sally Mott, returned home Mon .
'lair in "n the aid and aymnf" have the most awful thing to tell -------------- -
-but with
passing days this her about Terry
,, ,provided. ho1ltiatnl -even sorrow day.H.
t IIIaw you--can hear ?" P. Galney and son Everette
", niiy by Ifs er anyone us grew less frequent-"Poor, dear --were as if they had never been ,
for i mlform Statewideto "Not a soul In this dump knows and A. L. Crosby were transacting .
ride'., t-h benefit, and appro- Terry-to die when he had so muchto She felt she was a new Suzy Trent. 1 ,
mono: 'herefor. : but no such a word of good old United States live for." They had been silent for a longtime business In Valdosta Monday.Mr. .
..ral I plr calhwho chaltenotnhave kid. 'But you're not telling anything If she had but known, Terry hada giving themselves up to the and Mrs. C. C Crosby of
on, State of Flor- for a while. You're gettingout Yukon, spent Thursday here as e
.iiMlcUin Jl the I joy of dancing together when suddenly
,, five of great deal to live for -and noth- of his Mr and Mrs
I"1'1 .
:,JTly tax> ureceedlnir. his appll. :. still for a while." ing. His stabilizer had proved of P. A. Crosby.
i thwefi J "or "hall such genii keep that coin forever. he.
PI .\'''I' for benefit of to who any But Suzy could not Ue still. The greater value than he had hoped said, "because it brought us together .-
account age
.nanlHj.?..nl, .iriiln, d the age of alxty- ." GUM BRANCH

i Jtflretar, ,laweof further the tied r" "What are you talking about?" Miss Kllrubeth Hurnugo, Cor.A. .
.'... ,' aa".>: >i different period He turned to look at "Didn't you see us flip this coin 1?

""IMI tat ""r for cltlxentihlp the State...hallIlrd of Y her and his expression Henri saw you first-said you were J. Underhill and daughter,

nit 'jo!ulei ilflpate In any Fed- g a dream suggested we flip a cointo Mrs. Bradley were the dinner

hal i might be made for see who should dance with you guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
liimrt 'he t.pirl"lature may ,
|,. ,li. requirement a* to I first. And -- Sunday.
Iit".lu. _K.< tad residence a. will Suzy stopped wrenched herself Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman 1Itr

r r.lHf' P" 1 *1lh Pederal and Law.not In" con. away from him, and with eyes were visiting relatives at Graham _

Irpr i.ttt f nnr 4. 1936. I blazing, struck him on the heat Saturday night.

with all her force. Before he real Mr and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr. ,
\ "I r, RESOLUTION: Q ized quite what hud, happened, she and Mrs. R. E. Yarbrough and ,
nn,iiic .. uiituidnient" to Article Mr. and Mrs. A. J. of _
'th ,-oimtltutlon of the had run across the room to Mal- Yarbrough
\.,lit* >. Foie, 'da! Relative to Cities rle .: Woodlawn. were the guests of Mr. 1

,nd.H Hr..ilr'.l fly The LegislaturerU "Let's get out of here Right and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. i 1rr

r 01/ Mate of Plorlilai .I away and forever. I can't stand any : John Prevail of Ocala, spent a
-b.1 :. r, il\ .,wing Constitution Amendment to'It" of of this another moment.' You can the week-end here with Mr. and
Ml' 'f the
.3t.l ''a"I rUla relative to clt- : do as you please. 'm sailing on Mrs. J. N. Norman
and .' to l he numbered fie's > "Ir'y' 'the first boat for home." Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner and,
VIII. be
aid Article
|l t ,h. hereby agreed to At that moment, there was aloud son Robert of Vanderbilt suction cost /less ( hif

ii I,, ibmltted to the elec.t explosion and the cafe was In were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H L. .
; .. the FlrtttI Edwards Sunday afternoon. ,
on : uproar
"I .ihe first Monday In : "To the cellar" some one cried"The Mr. and :Mrs W. H. Norman of TIlE' cost of concrete pave- and winter cold. Concrete i iIt <.
he is n 1836. for ratification air-raids have started." Heilbronn were the dinner guest U less than that of 'oll. hl! As Henry Ford hat ,',
r,I.., .11 r! The wit':Legislature shall : m : Ict (Next week: Nu/y and AndrainiHt of Mr. and Mrs. J_ S. Sapp, Sun any other ] tqual Joacf-ctrry said the modern concrete fi

." DOW "entabllHh alter or ; is "unbeatable..
I ing capacity
Sli.h Mmilclpitl I corporation toroar l /e. again/ before, Suiy run nail day.Mr. highway

I the City of Key Wet, "" s--- for New York). and Mrs. J. F Shaw and Strong rigid concrete On ,'I
l navernent great super-highways, as 'l
ndlug irrltorlally' throughout .j children of the State Fafm, were
: --
; n'' !!limits of Monroe Coun- .5 C distributes the load over on 2-lane pavements -the

d.t I i) "r,inlclpul,c' ""f any and nr local all coun-srov- I I human need to tell the horrors for It In his most hopeful dreams I PINE LEVEL, visiting Sunday.Mr. relatives In this section the subgrade as no other pavefirst cost of concrete is less !f

:rda, bodies and offlitlnnal which obsessed her to confess Money and honor were his. Had M..... II. M. M'Ka.v Correspondent and Mr. D. I. Knight and J meat of comparable cost can than that of any other pave .
a ntatutory J
u, u 1, utlve, judicial or or ad- I would not be denied. In a wild not a high officer In the aviation A. Harnugo were visiting the bod do.Asaresult-concretewith. ment of equal load-carrying ,:.,

.',>.1 shall prescribe the I I torrent of words all she had lived service said to him: "To you will Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove side of Jack Griffin who Is serious lands the punishment of a capacity-and of course up. f

.1 u, 'h,were municipal, duties corpor-and I through In the past twenty-four go part of the credit for winningthe Springs filled his regular Church appoint.this I ly ill at his home near Lawtey rapid succession of big buses keep less-and driving cost d -t/

-l dative, executive JuOinlnlNtraUve hours came rushing out. At first war, when at last It Is won. ment at Pine Level Sunday night.J. and high speed trucks and are less and comfort and visibility } ,
,,, depart- week-end.
\ little of has
of- Maizle thought she must be deliri- This gadget yours N. Norman and Ancll trailers tI
I l lmard, bodleii and son, through summer heat and safety are greater.
,d<. the territory In- ous from fever, It all sounded so revolutionized flying. :Mr. and Mrs.! P. S. Denmark of were business visitors to Waldo 1

,Id' ,inunlclpallty Into iiubli unbelievable but gradually she The officer wondered why Terry Starke, were visiting: Mr. and Mrs,
", I rb, \, t.. and to prescribe aIn Saturday morning. State Road Number 204 Needs Concrete Paving
1 i. ',iabl. tiyntem of taxa- knew that all she was hearing was did not look as elated as he might F. Fender, Sunday afternoon.Mr. ---.

e. ,niuiilrlpallty fix the liability and dlf of*- the truth. have. He did not know that noth and Mrs. Russell Thomas, of I There were about 8,000,000( negro "An Open Letter to Henry Ford," is a booklet

it umllty, and dUtrlctti.l "So-now I'm going back" said ing really mattered to Terry any Rising section spent Sunday with slaves in the United States before worth having. It's FREE! write to *I

|I n! l f,'' I I ther'Ime IndebtedneB of, the ex-.>hnunlclpallty. Suzy, when ahe had finished. "I more. With Suzy gone, what was their parents, Mi and Mrs. J. E.1. the outbreak of the Civil war. s

]." shall be think I lost my mind, but telling there to care about? He did not Starling.Mrs. about-- PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION i
|'fi uly against prul'.ty.r. It back." know how she had died, but he was of Jacksonville I There are forty or fifty
has Moye.
.mnlile therefor. Thee you brought ,
i hall from time to time. "You're doing nothing for' a convinced that she had in her pan- was a visitor here Thursday' good plastic t Sut'geons in the United Hurt ItlJg, Atlanta Ga. 4 1

.t",. at portion of said mu- ic and grief, thrown herself In the home by her I States.
petit rural area and a while but staying right here, said and was -
-- - -- -
.h-t.Ki 'ui'h rural area shall Maizle Thames on the night of their marriage Bon-in-Iaw E. H. Lanler who has
|4 t 01. ':' ,at,' d a.* If In a city oren firmly. several
been 111 days.
4i mnlclpallty may exert "But I didn't do it, Maizle I I
t JI power of a municipal to There were many admiring Elder W E. Hall and familyof
111"'all, ind Shalt also be r..cortOd was a dirty yellow cur she danced I,
glances given Suzy as and Mr,
Cove Cprings,
J it nc of the legal political away. Can't you see I must go Green
'nun., >f the State with the duties coward-but I'm and sang among the revelers at the and Mrs. Jones of Branford were I ,
Jl! of county and back? 1 was a I :
a cafe. She smiled She answered.. M. McRae's Satur- \
at H.
'.11'ii milled to alt the powers not going on being one. I can't.I'd visitors
,, as best she could In the few French I
rflii- i d ,nrlvlleiren. Including rep-
Terry II
!'"o'''m' :'n" the State tiettlnluture. hate myself forever words she had picked up mixed day.Mr.
tint" ,"id ir.-rue to It I If It were wouldn't have run away and left did and Mrs Renfroe of Van- I 1
Ml property of Monroe fine and" with English which often they visitors at Gus \
He was brave and derbllt section was
''d I if the municipality In I me. not know, their laughing, teasing 9 : may
I>,"d< 1 hall vest In such muitlon --her voice broke Funtaln's Saturday. a'r
ewtabllsh-. remarks. But she was really I
when -" Fountain spent Sum
1+,,'a u1 i vlded. The offices. of I "Crazy about him, weren't you 1'- interested In any one of them until Miss Arle JohnsonIn "
1f 'hr' Circuit Court andO said Maizie softening. day night with Miss Violet
"it be abolished but one night Boatdrain section. r
"' .may prescribe theo I "That's the worst of it. I failed It was the indifference not the I i
.1 l the method bvn Mr. and Mrs W. O Jackson and
him way"Of of
every of a young
Interest group
t filled
shall I Malzle won out. For Mr und Mrs. r.. W. Bowen and
"I\ atlon to be 1 paid tu course French aviators, which piqued )
I, ,rt may vest. In them several weeks. Suzy was so exhausted sat at their table drinking family have moved, to this section y rp
d1 They
,hull' and u.. abolished duties No or I, that she had to stay in laughing and talking scarcely from Lakeland' We welcome them p :

> Ith another office bed. When she was able to be ur at her and certainly not here a.
the I
'.. I r V ill provision State duties for now again she could look at It calml Istenlng Mr. and Mrs T. P. Denmark ''

sr.'r',' 1 ifle''l !I" mrlbed by law to ben and agree with Maizie that then "Are we worse than usual ?" she have a new daughter In their home F C

i"'i", Ix \ "tulned such herein county shall. officer afJO was nothing to be gained and per, sked Maizle 'What the matter, The young lady arrived last Saturday

'.' of Article III of the haps a great deal to lose If she re Is It us or them?" and has been named BettyJo. ''
r0' anyway
"r III if the State of Florida, NO RED
...", '. me h provision therein turned to London. Then she suggested "Oh don't mind them said Hal- .

ur.hte I,'t i :'": regulating the JurlsdlcJ going home."That.s tie philosophically "I don't know 1>11'. and Mrs Charlie Jackson TAPE :
and lutle. of das of offllummnnlnft .
|, '!t.,, any; and Impanelling' what we're going to do chat they're doing here anyway- of Gainesville and Mrs. Willie Lee 1 .

mad, and petit Juries to assessing one of these days. But Just now they belong In sweller places thanthisthey're Roberts and daughter Velma of ON GUARANTEED ABOUT CREDIT .

J"J.... ;inrt nee-Inn'i regulating taxes for the county fee pur-andJfp'niatl.n I we can't get passage. We missedour what we of gay Pa- Ft. Myers were dinner guests of There .,. no boo. inv"'... l 1 ,

of county officer NonthorlsJng chance when this war-you ree call bouievardlers some- Mr. and Mrs. H M. McRae Sun Goodrich Tiresn tl.ni urT uettie. >nina. Wfcetkeryew I

.:l. the establishing or know there Is a war on, don't you? thing of the kind." r peilet for or n.t ejnel ,
hlng of such Municipal tierwilier af ,
rushedfor '...reliefs >
pursuant to thus Section -started and everybody Suzy did mind. She didn't par- day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing and .ur new .nc.., rvrcre"itis.e.dli.r.i .
H become operative' or effective boat. It'll be over but 4
's the nearest ticularly care for admiration children of Gainesville were visiting -

:UtI.d approved elertnr by a saidtcounty the In In a Jiffy, of course and then backto she took It as a matter of course. Miss Myrtls Fountain Monday BUDGET PAY' PLAN 1 1Here' i

.I.ctlon hel" In but Gaps country. This little up- When she did not have attention afternoon.Mr. .

r.:: exist' ouch under thlll)Section othe set la playing right into our handsIn even she was furious. She kept and Mrs. A. J. Fender were NO DELAYS +

Ik.1.la'ur.ice may amend or extend a way-If there's one thing a circling one of their tables and visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Battenat news for everyone that drives a car. OR CMSARRASSMINT

J? "erendum luhorllna, to the the qualified same with-vot- soldier loves to do it Is to spendhis finally one of the young men spied Thereswa Saturday. Now you can get first-quality Goodrich AI Iranfciclient strictly

l4I'in.I'iesn far the Legislative act pro- money. Why our dinky little her. She noticed he bent over and Miss. Mildred Warren of Starke SafetySilvertownsth.onlytireswlthLlfe- confidential end are w. handle. )

Itn, htt"'"i-h Provide amendment for such or refer-e.x.Ihd dump is packed every night and Bald something to his companions.It was a dinner guest of Miss' Vesta Saver Golden Ply blowout protection: all .f awr awn account w. r

Apt n. does the money roll in?" was In French so she did not McRae. Sunday andyoupayonyourownconvenlentterms. fit*wr plan. suit |,.wr particular
11 >''ine 4. 19JI. By tacit agreement they never understand what It was. She n...... I

spoke of Terry at least directly. danced around again and took a nirthdn <'..lebr lon -
.Old, tit In compliance with went EASIEST CREDIT IN TOWN
Otv '" I'' d amendments, and the But the first night that Suzy better look at these "boulevar-
u.,.,'"',; I I. [laratlons and return diet whatever that meant. One A large number of friends of L.
au,; 1,' ill he subjected to the'e'ttlune %0'1 OF KLKITION' of seemed most un- G. Fountain gathered at his home W. mean what we aayl Thl U the original credit plan first IntroQUICK SERVICE

.g..,;"' ulnl\ by and law for restriction general .I.. W .E.;.,. by Mlddleton.virtue of the mayor authority conspicuous in particularhe of what wu going on Monday night In honor of his sixty- ducted by Goodrich and thousand of people have found Ic the moo.. TO EVERYONE d

'hi State of Florida. vested In ne by law do hereby birthday After enjoying merchanJite. Ie' the modern '
citySuLlfr.dthv'o.Vr0.rTnldTu0.'dnay'irs.hpj certainly the handsom- eighth convenient way to enjoy quality way need
liS JEiJTIMONY: WHEREOF, ; to .be.held at the and he was lust select what yeu ,
j I ha\. hereunto set my I : est-brought a mischievous glint to music and games the guests were to buy and 97 out of ever' 100 cuttomert complete their purchaie Dhow u* yvwr license i...ntifi.

Tai.and I ''and' he affixed State of the Florida.Great ,, 9'h. her eyes. She leaned over, dippedher called Into the dining room where ind our easy credit requirement In about 10 minute tenon and "' J'.ur' ",two

.>' Tallahassee, the t..mber 6th. follo..ln officers: In a glass of Cham- two beautiful birthday cakes were install.. yewr purchaie at ance.STERN'S 1
''hl< ,. 'h. 1st day August. electing One mayorOne'cierkfTrea the fingers and flicked it at his neck. displayed. One won for bin daughter ASK FOR THE BUDGET DEPT. tl
1936. ; pagne
c SEAL.. .urer, Tat: as*.- At that moment, she heard a coin Ante, the occasion also being ,

R. A. ORAT or and talC coll.etor. the table and the men cried: her sixteenth birthday the guests

1'" t'.ID, 10 Secretary of State. r"p't. uTriT of' .aid .l.. t'0.nA3fi.AHcott : "Andre.fall on were served cake and lemonage.The .
I at late hour wishIng i
-- A. and his guests left a GARAGESTARKE
R. A. New om. He turned to look at her, birthdays l

Take nntlce r atll' ] .orn testimony whereof. I h.r.untu expression changed. He rose bow- them many more happy l
will on 8.pt..m. and cause the .
..rl I subscribe mY name said In perfect English:
I. Dpe or aa soon thereafter to ed and
t'n mad hoard for seal of the said town "or August: : or at least -1
bD. apply a par.con. slnglag
day stop
for "Won't
7 !:II an...II, who w. .. this I the you Thirteen heart were held in FLORIDA1"
"<1 waste
Z''d I th. 19311. alone--such a
D. dancing
Circuit Court ot Brad.turder stop ,
'' Y. In No..mb.r. 1931 for t OFFICIAL REAL) M.ror. one hand: In a contract bridge game

lOt..may to n6b." Anyon. de.lr. pr W. E. Middleton -and- finishing the sentence played at the home of "Irs. O. M.
hard Ue.t: Without
e merits
on the Va.
the in WytievlUe.
ADDhratlan., eARL JOHNS he took her In his arm and they Jvtuuoo
Clerk.t .
C. City
our t-/1-e-6
Attorney FptlUoner. -


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: aaA.DroRO -
._. .. .--'.--._-. to Jacksonville Tuesday there will
,. EIGHT ._ -- ------ be preartun .
' '''SAND-- -- FELT FUNNY UNDER I bars. He was a small man who, and Mrs Clyde Austin and day at 11 a In LUCI ,8,, h
; OF CONDMENED MAN, ethnologists might classify under Austin; of Green Cove III
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished FEET the Mongolian type Hia bead had were the guests Sunday TAMPA J
(Continued From Page One) been clipped the better to electro- Mr. and.Mrs. James Austin. e'II1'p.t'H\Q: ;.
1877 juice today'He cute you. my dear) and a ring on H. Edwards Jr., and A. M. TAMPA A r tt, nu,'our
us !*- of his head Wall shaved cycle of prayer ha '
graciously gave the very top >een
MEMBEREARInAPRESS c= =r'i\\ to enter the death house so cleaner than the rest so that I : ASSOCIATIONS \ that Padgett's reaction to the good there could be no possible obstruc- ; \ Monday. I Church to give ip.ntum ae:
news might be seen. Idle curiosity, tion for the brain shock. N. Ward representing the to workers seeking '? e
J. IQ35 N.*) If please. Only one thing the Engineering Company of balance of a MMX: : ,() ro
his reply
>/ you A nervous laugh was business visitor nor!
_- r.J 4tl.IrLECL J OtLitQ Superintendent asked "Come back of was a The mortgage )0' the
to our rather Inane question next Mince
and tell me what he svys. The month 0 *'aatill
Fridays and Entered as Second ClasMatter of a humanitarian.The : "How does It feel to come so close" First Baptist Church here needed Sonu' sale 16
on ?
Published Weekly request i to and live to tell the tale member,
the Post Office at Starke. Florida death house Is surroundedby dying made another step forward congregation kneels t,
_.___ _._ __ I a high wall of glistening: con- "It feels fine" he grinned.It the membership recently the church ever whir Gr pray
Editor and Owner crete and barbed wire that a man's was hard to Imagine the fury the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw for The cycle was begun ten C
__ <
E. L. Matthews. soul might scale, but never his that must have prompted this lit- time as pastor for the year be- and will continue anti) the 1?
-- -.-- - -- -. ----- -- ---- ---- -- body. We gingerly punched at a tle man. BO amiable and harmless October 1, after which date needed Is obtained it was etai'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE bell on the frowning steel door. A looking now, to murder his wife
75c-Payable in Advance guard challenged from his little with a turpentine hack knife.In I
$1.50 Six;
Yearly, ;
coop high in the air."Mr. the subdued light of the death .
Advertising Hates.. on, Application- .' .- Chapman phoned permission house prisoners In adjoining cells I gt .Yev'
-- - ," answered.The '
for ua to go In we
door swung open letting a were eating. Several dishes placed
By that
young Catholic priest out and us on their cots contained
little for- In. Prisoners usually "get right could only be guessed at from'
Another gift that the average person cares where we stood--corn bread, soup,
with the Lord" before their time
your opinion somes. prunes-other things, too. Pad- '
o Inside the death house waa cool gett continued to stare into the Pa illnA

The faster a man runs from one woman, the sooner he'llbump compared: with the treeless outside little enclosed, cement -allowedto floored
where the hot sun beat down on court, where the men
into another. white sand.Padgett go at intervals for exercise.
u was standing at his cell Two rubber balls lay baking in the I91IW'J
Don't be surprised if you pat a man on the back and he door with his hands resting on the sun. Play ball! In the shadow of

grabs his pocketbook.

---- STRAW VOTE BALLOTNationWide as low as _
If money talks, will it ever learn to croon: "You've Got p

Me In The Palm of Your Hand?" WEIaI

"Are the Taxpayers Always and Forever to Be the for a

Goat?" An editorialist asks. Baaa-aaa!Ia

IiI big, sturdy, g'safe
The man who works, and works and works,

Grows old and dies with "debtor's lurks." T

0 Straw.Vote Is Vote for one only of ta.scmadidttt >
The unemployed army is largest around harvest time THIS
being conducted by co- .
when you are supposed to reap what you have sown. s
operating weekly newspapers
o located In states (D ROOSEVELT ; r
Another trouble with the country, is that Uncle Samuel is throughout the nation to (PoMcratklD 4That's

teaching us to plead justifiable homicide when killing time. show pre-election sentiment set
of small and
o town LANDQN :

When Gabriel gets ready to blow his horn, wonder how rural America for President In their for (t...HlcoD right! .
he'll buck up against the Anti-Noise Campaign in New York the next four years and they're real'

City? _, LEMKE-
pOnce (u..... I
a family lived I close by a golf course and the mother Mark a men X ta the
baton th. MUM atM MaasTHOMAS
wondered where her children picked up all those cuss d.t. y.. pr f.r.Group .
words. V (.irtollitn >-

I or club .0.... J. NOT .
o .Iluw..w.d. Only. H>.U ... COLVIN 1'
._ ---awr
News agencies report Herbert Hoover in market for an\ d.tdu.t ..will k XMWM4.ot (rnewtw.t' PRIZE "t. too! .
mine. he wants hole to crawl into afterelection.
abandoned Maybe a I
.... .
A.otor i .1.( Ue or her
....... ale a whet I. ........ 0 BROWDER QUALITY
I ........110.. ,.._ IU Y a..a ..ttow. !
o"Man's aM UM, b.l.w.. (r..na.IM) I wawayCome

opportunities are unlimited," says a writer. But I

the limited.time in which he has to take advantage of them is very I I L Town............"............_-....---...,............ tat....................".".. r


Another advantage of building air castles is that 'ter'Hail's <.
someone is always glad to give you plenty of material for : see these rGffORLftA

nothing. o ir ocery tJ

Just as we were getting used to seeing women wear hats I

without brims: the sweet young things:, started going aroundin I SAFETY FEATURES ,

brims without hats. I MARKET in ALL, our tires!
o 9 GftaDuYEIUtCeot. '

"The human body contains almost ten million nerves,"
asserts a physician. Or almost as many as it takes to talk AND LUNCHNEAR d di : ... Treaties for quiok clop SPEEDWAY

back to the wife, eh doc? : (II no bow r ut) 51.. Prio........k

o I TRICK TOUCH, LOMC-MILEACE 30x3!;CI 46cTUADSloweo.tp.emil.prov.d
1 It has been predicted that food will be twenty per cent SEABOARD ST"TlON--BERRV MARKET ( 4.40-21 510
i .
higher by next spring. Better start weaning yourself away by our_.co._..* _rd.1) 4.50-20 54c

from pork chops right now. EVEKY PIT BLOWOUT PItOmma4.7519 59c

------ 0 CASH SPECIALS by .t.ated SUPCinMST Cord, 5.00-19 630

Maybe the G. O. P. selected Landon as Republican presidential sera springy to absorb road 5.25-18 7OoOther
blow(uk to see dcmoiutraiiont)
candidate, because it is easier to buy a new elephant : 1 70c stats M proportionRegister
I FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Ibs __ j
than whitewash an old one. .

0---- -- BEST BACON Pound .. __. 16c
In Detroit a Ford car derailed a train at a grade crossing,,I Motor Compan:

and Olin Miller remarks that it runs true to order you can't
LARD Best Lb. 1 Yzc
whip a dog in his own back yard. I STARKE FLORIDA

Maybe we're too darn pessimistic, but every time a cloud I -

rises with a silver lining we are afraid it will result in a cloud lOc
MUSTARD, Qt. __ _ -'- .
burst of friends who want a loan.
-o- SALMON, Can _ __ _._ __ __ ___ lOc A ra2L
"Dogs are the mast satisfied and pleasant of the animal ws v ..

family," asserts a psychologist. Maybe they haven't heard I ROUND STEAK, Lb. ___ _. ,, 20=
where the world is supposed to be going. flrI1= lEAf 1111


An economist: believes "A depression that will last six

years will begin in the spring of 1948." We trust we'll be over SYRUP, Ga. Cane, Gallon __ _. __ .35c

the present one in time to begin the next.

o SALAD DRESSING, Pt. Jar _. __ lii

Italy now feels like the dog that lost two days fighting Florida Motor Lines' Buses
for a bone that had no meat. Since she has Ethiopia, minus I TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets 3 for lOc

many Ethiopians, her next problem is, what to do with it. Take You Direct to Them All

& BEANS 16-oz. Can .5c .
0- / PORK FlorloVi sod
SlMk. slTMmlla ."... take Yea dlwet to j
"What would you do if you had but ten days in which to $ popular beach rwort. from tb. wy e..l. of taw fr...
I live," an inquisitive editor wants to know. We'd spend most OAT MEAL, 42-oz. 20c q...Dt ocbodulo* n.ko H po. 1bl. to f. and come **
! of our time probably, attending the funerals of our creditors. -" _. TOO pl.... tfw you more hour ol pto. ...... a. tha'
o I CATSUP 14-oz. Bottle lOc 1 ., J boub.Make. w..k-..4 visa with Meads mm..oloiakk''
do about -br*....k_70'1 eool.weal.alo 4. ,ag
; Washington diplomats are
r- : Pensocou. -----5.15 hover springs
a .... : : M
: j : the seventeen-year locusts. But then the seventeen year locusts VINEGAR, Gallon 20e "Y__ West _._9.5S: : Hollywood --- w IIj ?.
don't know what to do about Washington diplomats Clearwater _______3.23 West Palm Beach :99(
M, St. Petersburg ____3.2S Daytona Beach 81I
either. POTTED MEAT, 3 Cans lOc R Tampa __-.._._ ..a.60 Jacksonville: '
o IOX *_
A likeness of Barnum will appear on a new fifty cent ONIONS, Fancy White, 3 Ibs, for .. lOc I C UNION BUS STATION
piece. How appropriate. Barnum said there's a fool born every -

minute and an old saying tells us that a fool and his'I MACARONI or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs.. lOc ; T l J 1 Oppoaito Court MRS. E.House If. SIITII'grnt Phone 120V -.
money are soon parted.A c 'J.
o- p.I >

Kansas columnist reports that the temperature recently We Meet All Other Cash Prices.

ran so high around Topeka farmers were forced to place I

hoops on pumpkins to keep them from exploding. Kansas i FREE DELIVERYjfi

must be an awful state for an ambitious amatuer liar to live.


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