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 28, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02556
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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PREDICTED most Home-owning popular ailments fever, of one the of day the -stage--When things have gone this ABOUT 50-50 Who's Knock,there knock r --Who's Knock there knock.? I:NOT TO SELLCOTTONINSEED

Is spreading like wild-fire In there is nothing to do but
BYGEO. WHITE Starke. The disease Is caused by a to the urge. There Is a :TAX Howey Newel who? Slalrunk who?

minute germ commonly known as chance that you might be cured PAYMENTActive Itowey gonna fill this front pageif SUrtrunk. up ttw lemonade and I

the "building bug" and at the first what is known as the w*> can't find no news? didn't get any.

infection a man begins running treatment" comparing I"-- Ah! An idea. Let' "'n'ck around Knock knock. .
j former Starke Man Says around In circles with a book of tion costa with your bank book Campaign Being town and see whit" we can knockup Whoa there T Many Growers Here

Banking Outlook flans: in one hand and a tape ures-but this cure has been in the way of Knock-knock on Everett
measure In the Waged Lee On Flare More Than
other. Bg
to have no effect whatsoever some of our leading buirimws men Everett who?
Improved The disease is hardly ever fatal the female of the species. Cross Receipts and citizens. Everett day i I..* bargain: day at 100 Lbs. Picked
unless a wife decides to have The
a disease often leaves one Knock knock.Who' Stump.

[ DEPOSITS COME BACK sewing her room in the exact spot that it weakened condition, especially SOME: HAVE- there Knock knock.Wbo.s FRED CONE- PROPOSESPROTECTIVE
husband has set aside for a what Is known as the PAID. SOME

[ AFTER LOW- PERIOD den. Even in such severe cases area close to the heart. This PAY PART; SOME NONE Mitchell Mitchell. who? Priest.there TARIFF

A prediction! of better times in the minor victims scratches sometimes and bruises escape before with most nauh noticeable month, following around the first Comptroller-I4M: Lee continuesto Mltch'U tell you anything Ifyou'll Priest who" Bradford County-growers were! j
receipt ,
I Florida finances and banking: slt- the disease has run Its dread the grocer's bill. This relapse announce.Vigorous program of believe It. Priest to knock.Who's meet. youiKnock warned again this week by County <

uition waa made recently by course. be followed by rising collection of the "tnafn store tan,* Knock knock.Who's Agent T. K. McClans against sell- !

forge(; C White former Starke Other symptoms that can readily and in the worst type of case which requires the payment of an there? N.t.Nat. tfnre. Ing their cotton in the seed. He. '

resident who Is now the bank reMrt :' be recognized are: seeing dormer fcvtr. be followed by no more occupational license fee and one- Denmark.Denmark. who? gave Inn following reasons: :

analyst with the Comptrol- windows In front of the eyes; having at the grocers. half of one per cent on the gross who r A buyer must pay con ldeTablybelOW' j
Gnat to ,
that furmturct down sowe. my good man.
Denmark yon.
\efi\ office In Tallahassee. Ex- the sensation that you are falling We will give full receipts of any retail business. Let the market price for seed
ceipti from his article, which ap- '' -down an $800 staircase; and If the disease reaches;you has sounded bUr last warning, belays can. get rid of It. Who Knock tMrer knock. cotton In order that be may havj
pewed In the Miami Herald, are as I' sinking spells. The latter come stage In Starke. We have an and intends to crack down on Knock there knock.Who's r EfflttEftl hta profit. Seed will be valuable'to ]

{ fellows: when your wife Informs you that ficial list of suspects, but those who are> stilt delinquent. Canova. who! growers for planting or for \

Florida state banks began to I she has chosen Ivory inlay for the names are being kept secret, Out of eight merchant questioned Canova who? Effie think of any more knock- selling at a higher price. If a

dxw an upward swing during the kitchen sDk.! When you find bath- 'tig further developments. at random In Starke yesterday, Canova to my store and see me' knocks send them In to the Telegraph farmer bas a balo of cotton he may '

lint six months of 1934 having I room blueprints In the chocolate contractor states that he has three had paid the tax up to date, some time. for next week compete for the $30 price being offered -.
continuously declined In resources pudding an architect had betterbe "pproahed for consultations four had not paid at all and one for the beat bale. The grower

dray January 1, 1926. This upward ca''e'J at once for the disease three. or four of these had partially paid. Two of the who refuses! to sell his cotton In ;

swing has kept increasing up Is about to enter the third, or last during the past week. delinquents announced their intention I DEADLY SNAKE MIRACULOUSESCAPE the need I Is sure to get the market

to the present dr.te and on December I I of paying following the price for all bales sold.
I SI. 1933.: the total resources of comptroller's.threats. SHOWN HERE The> picking season Is gettinl'Into {
LAND BANK W. M. BRYAN full swing, and several planters -
state banks operating
the "More than
21,000 merchants are MANY PEOPLE BELIEVE TWO FAMILIES UNHARMEDIN have more than 100 pounds of
the state amounted to $94,250,000.: I" LOANS HERE DIESHAD complying with the chain store ;
THIS SMALL REPTILETO BAD SMASH-UP cotton drying on their porches, Mr.
The low point in state bank re- tax." Lee said. He estimated that
says. or growers
[ jources In Florida was reached in TOTAL AMOUNT INVOKED BEEN ILL FOR TWO theer wore 8000 others liable to the have
as as 1.2OO pound.talready
December, 1933. when the total I SAID TO BE YEARSFUNERALTUESDAY tax. "I'm going after these," he coral snake, said to be even some miracle of chance no picked.If many.

I todd at $1,168,000. $74.026 said. "I don't )Intend Just to alt more poisonous than the dread rat one was killed or even seriously InJured the present favorable weather t

The citizens of Florida have reams back and take money from a groupof tlesnake, was placed on exhibition when two automobile continues
to be pleased with the return A total of seventy-five loans, William M. Bryan. 62, lied willing contributors. at the Telegraph office this week smashed up just south, of Alligator ida's 600 through farmors September who Flor.
are now
of better timer to the state, as evidenced exclusive of those made by Federal day at his home in Starke The comptroller explained that by John Inman. It was capturedat Creek bridge on Road 13 about growing Sea Island cotton should ''t
by a substantial Increase In emergency agencies, has been executed ing a lingering Illness of two not all of the 21,000 bad fully Kingsley Lake. 4 o'clock Sunday morntng., from their
get good yields
| dtpoaiU since the low point reach In Bradford County by the most of which time he wan. qualified, but that they had at Theew snakes are commonly George Tweed of Jacksonville, However, If there Is a great deal crop of i s
Federal Land Bank and the Land ed to his home. least secured and was fined $TS and cost,. and his
ed during the depression. In viewof permits were negotiating cared "garter snakes" and are believed rain during the remainder of the
the fact tnl1t,various types of Bank Commissioner, Walter Haw- He was a resident of Starke to qualify.STANDARD... to be harmless by many wife Hazel Tweed. frve-dollars and season, the crop will be damagedby
budnesa enterprise in Florida began kina State Director for the National thirty-five years where he was people. They do not grow largea costs, on a charge of reckless drivIng migratory weevils and excess

to have their liquidating: problem Emergency Council an- raged in operating a mer BUYSSTATION little over twelve Inches Is the when Bradford County officers moisture. s
three years In advance of the nounced this week. store both here and at Lawtey. average size-and are circled by decided that Tweed was to blame

lime when the nation as a whole The total amount of money Involved was also Interested In the wide band of red and black sep for the accident. The other car The following suggestions are. J
started Into a period of retrench In the loans was $14,026. tine business at one time. He arated by narrow rings of yellow. was driven by J. Kitzko, of Tampa, repeated for the benefit of grow. .
era who are now picking: Pick over
ment our citizens have not only The Federal Land Bank made nine a native of Suwannee County. SMITH PROPERTY BRINGS There are also said to be other col and contained himself and family ]
$10,500 IN DEAL LAST Tweed statexl that he did not your field once a week. Pick only j
had than the of the seventy-five loans, covering seer
a longer depression :Mr.: Bryan Is survived by his 0(14"1and wel'-matured cotton.
.WEEK ors.A i curve In the road and was continuing _
citizens of many other states, but $17,300. ow, Mrs. Julia Bryan; one rattlesnake bite can be treated Spread out and sun all cotton until j _
to straight when the accident -
w> have: learned many lessons Throughout the State 1,13110anl Wesley Bryan, and a sister, Furchase of Smith's Service successfully If started In time, occurred.go He hit the Kitzko It Is thoroughly dry. Do not pick:. .

which should be of lasting benefit were made by the Federal Land Sidney Hall, of O'Brien. Station, opposite the court house, but It la said that no anti-toxin has i nr at the aide near the rear. Both from plants having five-lock boll. i

from this economical upheavel. Bank and the Land Bank Commissioner Funeral services: were held by the Standard Oil Company for yet been discovered for the bite of automobiles were badly damaged. Pick out all damaged and stained ,

In 1915 the total resources In I calling for 16891429. The ('IIV afternoon at 4 o'clock 110,500: was announced! this week. 'a coral snake. Consequently, death cotton. Store cotton In good
Florida's state banks amounted to Federal Land Bank made 2.179 of the home with the Rev. B. The deal did h1+include any of the< results In a few hours after the sacks In a dry rnd cool place. Sun. ]

only $44,000,000, and by the end of. the total number of loans, amountIng I Montgomery officiating/ equipment of the. station, which I I' poison hut been Injected, Into a HAMPTONMUCH occasionally, Pick up the square ,,

M29 these resources had grown to to $7,741,600.MRS. ment was In Crosby Cemetery' was retained by the owner E. H. Person's system. ALIVE i and mop or spray for boll weevil.A .

li.000,000. This increase kept I dcr) the direction: of DeWitt Smith. It you are not familiar with the tariff to protect long-stapl '

steadily growing until the end of. J. ALVAREZ J.nee. The station has been leased bv looks of a coral snake you should DAUGHERTY SAYS REAL cotton was advocated by Governor* '

1925, when the resources of state' Fall bearers were A J. O. L. Feasley, who took over the come by the Telegraph office ands ESTATE SALES MADE elect Fred Cone at a meeting called f

banks In Florida amounted to BURIED HEREDIED Ben Hall, Wilmer Holtzendorf, operation of It on Sunday. He e this one so you can steer clearof THERE to dlaciiHS the revival of the in-,]

1939,000,000. This, of course, was I H. Hill A. O. Andreu and plans to equip the station just as this deadly little reptile In the duntry In Galneavllle Wednesday

an abnormal growth, brought IN WALDOMOTHEROF t;. Johra. well as it was under Its former future The Rev. W. E. Daugherty, who I A committee waa named to study ,,
about by the feverish activity In STARKE CHIEFOF member ownership and will offer the same ----.. has just moved to Hampton, refutes the problems of growing Sea island -:
real estate sales and kindred linesof POLICE the The deceased Church.was a IliI"I type of service. First Democratic Rally the statement sometimes cotton and"to l Issue rules and :,i "

business during the years 1923, Baptist This station has been popular I heard that "Hampton 1 la a deud regulations which would bo of aid
1924 Mrs. Jane Alvarez mother of A -- several R. A. Green will be In Its
and 1925. Rlnce It was opened years Congressman town Three real estate transferal production.
Florida having grown so miraculously L. Alvarez, Starke chief of police, Eastern Star Picnic ago, and Is considered one of the I one of the principal speakers at have taken place there within the .
died last Friday! In Waldo at the this of the the Jacksonville Beach rally on Labor
In such a short space of She The Eighth District of the best locations In part past few weeks, he says I "SHOW BOAT" .
line was destined, as we now viewthe ago of ninety-two years. was state. Day that will officially open Mrs. Tom Dyal has purchased
a native of this county, but for the el'n Star will celebrate President Roosevelt's for
situation, to have an economic --.e campaign the five-room house, near the AT RITZ SUNDAYONE
readjustment, and It Is Indeed past twelve years had been. livingin Morrison's' birthday with a Use of a fungicide to moisten the re-election In Florida. A statewide school building belonging to the

gratifying to know that these adjustment Waldo with her daughter, Mrs. at Keystone Heights ground around healthy plants and get-together will be staged Ovid Haynes estate. Quigley it Davis OF BEST MUSICALS

are now behind us and J. G. Howell. afternoon, August 29. removal of all affected plants are there then it has been announced has a $400 contract to Improve EVER PRODUCED ON

that we are going forward on amore Funeral services were held Sat- lunches will be carried and two important steps In the controlof by J. B. Hodges of Lake City, this property STAGE AND SCREEN ,

solid and,, firm foundation urday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at ming and visiting will be domplng-off diseases In garden chairman of the Democratic Exec- Claude May has purchased the i.j
than we have had heretofore.In the graveside In Crosby Cemeterywith Supper will be served at 6 I plots. utive Committee of Florida.. brick bank building and has made I "Show Boat" one of the most ,!
the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, some Important Improvements and popular musical shows of all time ..1 t
making the many strides toWard It comes to the Ritz on and q
officiating Mrs. Alvarez was a ; has moved his store Into It The Sunday
a bigger and better state durIng member of the Baptist Church. i six-room apartment above the Monday In Its newest and latent edt.. t

Political the so-called subdivisions boom days, many and Active pall bearers were six of MISS WRITES PRIZE ESSAY tore will bo occupied by the May ton! All of the old hit tunes are J

hastily Alvarez, family.. I there and some new ones have been ,/
without issued her grandsons: Russell
proper planning, [ Mr' has added and all are beautifully sungby : ;II

bonds Many of for these public subdivisions improvements.Issued Vincent Kenneth Alvarez Alvarez,, Donald Ralph Alvarez Alvarez, Is Winner in Week of Home Trade Contest'J Haynes Daugheity home near the purchasedthe depot, Alan Jones, Irene Dunne, Paul" ,'

their securities with little thought and E. W. THUS.Survivors :. which he will occupy In the future. Robi'Hon, and Helen Morgan. Just it:Ii
The former Htarke: minister to hear Robeson sing "Ole Man'River" '
0 f Just how wouldbe four sons, A. L. I
the maturities are .
met and consequently, when the Alvarez Starke; R. E. Alvarez, The essay of Miss Jessie lowered school terms are shorten could ever prosper If the spiritual closed his bit of news gatheringwith I and Morgan sing "My Bill ',1;
1 i is worth the of
depression was at its worst a good Jacksonville; J. L. Alvarez, Wildwood Brannen, of Hampton, on the I ed, the pay of teachers Is reduced, life of Its citizen Is neglected the challenge. town, "Who" says Next Tuesday price and admission Wednesday< If"Thirteen il!
>*ny of these found It necessary ; Mallie Alvarez, Starke; two ject "How Does Trading in to say nothing of the many worth- "Trading at home enables business Hampton Is a Hours by Air' with Fred

to default on their, obligations. daughters, Mrs. J G. Howell ford County Create Future while courses which have to be concerns to advertise, attract ------. MacMurray and Joan Bennett will t \it i

With the general depression Waldo, and Mrs. W. J. Kisaler, tunities for Boys and Girls of eliminated from the school curri ing more tourists and permanent State Crop OutputCrop re ihown. '

throughout the United States, the Hcttleaburg, Misf., and one sister County" was Judged the best' culum. Still more Important Is I residents each year. These people estimates for Next Thursday and Friday| f
We price Mrs. Susan Alvarez, Starke. mitted In the Telegraph's the fact that less competent instructors will put more money Into circula'Lion production
on of the securl- the
brings awaited "Girl's'Dormitory"
many eagerly
have to be employed and 1934-37 by the Florida state marketing :
Ilea Issued under the this week and she is the In Bradford County and aid In '
by political subdivisions Arrangements were contained the with Ruth Chatterton.and &
bureau In
and girls are started out are
our boys of Us Institutions
the ,
sue at Funeral of the $3 prize up-building
an abnormally low level. direction of the Key-McCabe Herbert Marshall. This film
'Issue of Florida Grower -
last week of tbe in life under a serious handicap Intended for the As September
However This is the public good.
a goodly number of those Home, of Jacksonville. I I the beat educational Magazine out this week. The marks the debut of Slmone Simon
wishes To them we owe
that taxes collected, institutions -
defaulted I tost( and the Telegraph more are more
have refunded their the little French who Is
debts thank the Judges and all advantage which can be I are established which article, prepared by Frank H. girl getting *

Pans toward and are making definite Best Seller At Library"Gone I I ants for the fine spirit of provided through "trading at I will be for the benefit of young Scruggs, market news specialist more publicity than any new
Intelligent liquidation arrival to the screen In some time. 1
for the bureau, give the first official
that home. I
of their tion shown. We believe people, both physically and spirit
obligations at a future With the Wind" the phe- estimates of the bureau and
date, which has contest has accomplished some "By trading at home we are enabling ually. Taxing
very substantially nominal best-selling novel by Mar places the total value of fruit and Units
and has 'Impressed on business in our
apPreciated good concerns think of tbe advantages
Just -
the many
sale price of these Mitchell, of Atlanta, has vegetable" for the season at $&4.-
particular ecurltles.. Other secur- been garet received at the public library mind of everyone the necessity county to expand, giving more our boys and girls would 284000. The gross returns In A survey by the state planningboard !

|lees Issued which have never de- is available for renting, Mr. keeping money at home. boys and girls employment each enjoy If only all Bradford County 193 .36 for citrus was $31.427,000, disclosed there are about 1-1
fa Ulted have now moved up to par librarian said Wed- Following Is Miss Brannen's year, but If we trade away from citizen would patronize home In- and the gross returns from vegetables BOO governmental unit In Florida i
H. H. Young
"f Better, since the public realizes It Is about life In the say home fewer employees are needed dustries. County hospitals and was $32.837,000.: with authority levy taxen.' They]

the stability of the Issuing subdl- nesday. the Civil War era. I The persons wno patronize I I and our young people are forcedto clinics could he established, em- The 1933-36:$ season waa ten per Include the state, sixty-seven counties j
Malone. South during books received are "Wake home industries are helping to leave their home county and go ploying competent attendants to cent below average In point of about 230 municipalities and !

, --.--. Other Live" Dorothea Brande, the foundation for future I elsewhere In search of employment care for those needing medical at- volume and ten per cent above average more than 1.1OO special tax dbI -
Two Up and by Ann" by Mac- tunities for tbe boys and girls When they can find worth- tention. Libraries, community In value. Citrus prices were trlcts. They average one taxing!
Farms Sold "The Voice of Bugle"The Exile" by Bradford County. while positions at home there ls a I center, parks, and playgroundscould unusually good. Polk Orange, I unit for each 1,000 of the popula.
The Klnlay Kantor, 'much greater Incentive to build bo maintained for the bene- tlon It was said. Milton L. Fuller!
following and
real estate trans- "Tunder Mountain" by "There are many advantages Lake, Pinellaa, Highlands
actlone) were announced this week Pearl several others. be considered In the practice homes here and do their bit to- fit of all, mentally and physically.With Seminole led In citrus shipping.Lake is conducting" the survey. Its pur- "
the Wilson Zane Grey and ward the advancement of the coun- more money available, road pune la to show the growth of government j j
y Realty Co.: The sale trading at home. When County led In the shipment I
the parde place 160-acre farm -. County people patronize ty. and highways could be Improved of watermelons, and Hlllsborough I analyze Its functions and| .1
Oer "When we buy from local business officers and the trace the Increased costs j
employed :
Dies safety
looker Palm Beach
to A. L. Green, Jr. Jack Griff County business concerns they I In strawberries. ,
Bale of concerns we enable them to number of accidental deaths wouldbe ----- -
he and I
Baisden place, elevenkre enabling the business and Seminole Broward, Dade {!
farm just outside the western Jack Grlffls. 81, died at his homeIn sional men and women to pay I lower prices and raise the quality greatly reduced. These are only, Manatee led In volume of vel'eta'i Free Textbooks '

City IDlta of Starke to W. S. the Hellbronn Springs section onI tuxes. Then part of this money of their goods, due to a greater a few of the advantages In store : lie shipments.The .
Johns of Jacksonville. Mr. Johns I Thursday of last week, following a on the up-keep of volume of business. In this way tbe for our young people If Bradford i September Issue of the i I Free textbooks: worth $$740.433|

It "member of the Jacksonville brief ti!:ness. Ho had lived there spent schools giving the boys and young people a* well as older ones, County citizens would adopt the"tradeathome" Florida Grower Magazine Is the | have gone out to Florida schools)
Police, and was engaged get more and better good for their for the use of apprxlmately 400.0001
force and expects to move about eight years, the opportunity of a better policy; there are annual review number.
hem to not The texts In price'
ami are able enjoy pupil range
when money
he retires. In farming.He tion, whereby they are better others too numerous to mention.
but of the from seventeen cent. for elemen-
;; I is Is survived by his widow, to take their places In tbe only comfort of life. many "By trading at home we are Gulf Picnic At Kingsley try "spellers" to $2.07 for high 5 i
'aternge :Spilled Grifls; one son Ran- world of tomorrow, as well I
Mrs. Cordy and ness "Our boys and girl., seeing the helping to create future opportunities District' employee of the Gulf school literary books. For the first i
4Oad 28, a abort distance west of dall Grtffls, of Jacksonville in home life and community advantages offered them In their for the boys and girl of our Life Insurance Company will en- time this year, supplemental readers -
8trk0. WM littered with about 300 two sisters. t'es. Trading elsewhere takes home county, will remain here and Joy an all-day Saturday picnic at/l lStrickland's are being supplied pupils of it
which and taking a vital step
held Fri- with county
Wilt the
watermelons when Funeral services were part money assist In the up-building of ourchurches. I landing on Kingsley the first six grade Heretofore/
truck Overturned a large day with the Rev. Walter Sapp of- prietors of of.local. business ( What community could ward making Bradford County an 'Lake. About sixty employee of the only basic books have been furnished -

Jur IIIorJti a tf. The driver early was Monday unln- ficiating. Interment Jacksonville.was In the terns amount pay of their taxes taxes collected; when 1s 'ever be complete or what county Ideal place in which to lly* company are expect to attend. J free by the atate.C .

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BOATDRAIN BOOTSEY'S BEACH HIGHLAND SUNDAY DINNER l0h.S..J I will beautify the regions In I film colony's Lederer finery Its II.)tu' Ir ;'I

w..... Z. Z. UrifriH Correspondent MJM Effle Crawford, Cor. Mln M. E. Crews, Correspondent: the vicinity of Grass Valley Calif Spanish antiques 'Ill 0
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Book Review -- -- -' -----
The Rev. E. C. Hogan of Jack Miss Mary Elizabeth Benton has W. E, Marr. of Jacksonville -

tonvllle, filled hla regular appoint returned to her home in Hlggston, spent Saturday night here with his And the Worst is Yet to C

ment at China Grove Church Sun Ga., after spending some time with brother, J. T. Marr ANN' PACK I :ne..

day and Elder Elbert Bowers held Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Qulnn.It. Mrs. Edith Padgett of Jacksonville Is four c.its a puund

services Sunday night.- i>_. Crawford. ._ftbbvuucu u__.._.. _evuuiSaturday ...._...I.. spent Saturday night herewith THE GOLDEN: LADYA BUTTER than ten days alro and. ten I

M. J. Green, of Miami was visiting and Sunday at Crawford her sister Mrs. Effie Carter.. cross-section of American life c.nl. Bate however than last, are year cheaper* than
: .
visited in Jacksonville time. !
Albert Griffis the past week- Lake I Clarence Parker .tea. !>.*".
Lake, near City. from about 1883 to 1933 furnishes last year though. their price t

end and was accompanied home Mr. and Mrs Jerry Dryden of Saturday. material for .::tIE GOLDEN Its ....on.l climb.' doubt "
his wife and children who have I M. U Crews, of Raiford. was a Heat and drought will no
by Psalm Valley were visiting Mr. and LADY a booi$9tthemonthlection so- alT.ct oth.r food "!
been visiting relatives In this sec- Mrs. J. Roy Quinn, Sunday visitor In this section Sunday. which may be found In the but at the momnt fresh. fruits and
tion for the past two months Mr Mrs. Effie Carter and children local library. vegetables. are plentiful and reasonably
Mr and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn, .
In Jacksonville Sat
Miss Esther Garrett has returned and Mrs Clyde Starling and baby, were shopping The hectic atmosphere of a small priced.Bo.f I I. somewhat lowr.cholc qual.pi.nty 1.

home after spending three Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawfordwere urday. mining town with Its vivid char ity lamb r.m.in. high. iamb I*
weeks In Jacksonville with her. visiting relatives at St Mr. and Mrs Lacy Norman and acters, the luxury of the Trask of cheap undrgrd* available Sm.1Itowl.
Garrett. Miss Cleo Norman, of Lawtey, via- and other mat are steady.
brother, A. L. Ga. home the of an chicken
George, Sunday. quiet elegance broiling and frying erereasonable.
Raleigh Thomas, of Green Cove Marcus Rosier, of Jacksonville, Ited friends here Sunday.F. English country place the noveltyof Salt water tbb is fairly..

Springs, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. was visiting friends and relatives M. Crews was a business visl residence In Paris all contributeto csli nit earnednolpanslve. and It I I. -
Arnold Grit tie Sunday afternoon here Sunday. tor to Starke Saturday. the development of Vannie Potatoes are again reasonable, ''

C. A. Griffis was visiting in his J. F. Griff of Starke spent Swenk's character. Hir are thr.. menus planned fordifferent ,
Robert Crawford was visiting \
l' Gainesville last Monday.Mr the week-end here! with his budget levels.
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and par. Endowed by Nature with remarkable

and Mrs. Zenas Grtffls was Mrs. Bill Green of Glen St. Mary's, ents Mr. and Mrs J. W. Griffis. beauty and presented at Low Coat Dinner i-

visiting Mr and Mrs. Dan Boree Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Is enjoying the age of six weeks with a gold Cold Cut Potato Salad

at Lee Lake last Thursday and i visit with her son, Harry Wim- mine known as THE GOLDEN Pickled Beat 4
and Mrs B. L. Prlvltt entertained Bread and ButterTapioca
Friday and his at Nichols. she becomes the
a of friends with a berly family LADY easily Cream with Brrl
Mrs. George Harrell, of Lake group Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott and dominating figure In a series of Interesting T.. or Coffee Milk
dance last Thursday night.A '
visited Mrs Griffis Frederick Prescott, Mr. and Mrs
City, Eugene large crowd from this section events. Medium Coat Dinner ,

**td other friends In this sectiont attended the party Saturday nightat Lon Prescott were visitors to Jack- There are strikes with their Frle.... of Chicken Boiled\ Rice

Tuesday Miss Alma Johns sonville Saturday. tragic: results, gold veins that Gr.en Pa 0r

Mrs. Lucile Griffis and Mra. Mr. and Mrs. Runnel Redding of Miss M. E. Ricks and C. M. Grlf- yield abundantly and then suddenly Bread Peach and ShortcakeTea Butter.

Priest and daughter, (Is were visitors to Starke and run out the World War which
yrtle Juan.// Evergreen were visiting her mother or Coffee Milk

i, were guests of Mrs. Ellie Mrs. Jean Gaskins, Sunday.SAXTON Lake Geneva Sunday destroys Vannie's- happiness, and Dinner
van last Thursday. -- the depression that wipes out her Very
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Joe Orlffls. Jr., of Clay County, I RISING fortune. True to the prophecy of Jellied Chicken Consomme Julienne Vegetable\ Salad

was visiting Albert Grlffls, Sun Mr. W. A. Tyler, (...n..e>f...>.. Him Edna Lewis, Correspondent Tandy Hicklln she returns to end Sliced Tomatoe.
day. her days In the mining camp where Pickled Pach
-. O. T. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs.A. Mrs. Lula Mae Goodwin and she was born the child of a gambler Roll and BatterDlaeberr .
Norman Foster wrote, acted in C. Sumner pent Tuesday In children of Fort Pierce, were recently and the Leadvllle Lily. CoffeeMISSION, .

and directed his latest motion pic Jacksonville.A guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
This la with
a strong story alive -
ture. large crowd from this section C. Conner en route to their home
human Interest and full of valuable
attended the Church of God con after a visit In South Carolina HALL
information life It is
TRAIN .SCHEDULE vention In Lake City, Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Newon Mott and children concerning as A goodly number of persons

Our schedule changes Sunday Lizzie Tyler returned this of Brooker, spent Saturday night lived In a region where existenceepeuds were present at the Mission Hall

i April 26, and trains will run as fol week after a trip to Norris. Tenn., with Mrs. E. J. Lewis upon what the earth yieldsto Tuesday evening to enjoy and blhNytol-' -
strenuous and determined ef-
"Iow.: where she was called on account of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Meister, Miss profit by the splendid sermon presented
No failure daunts the
Southbound Illness of her son Elbert. His many Johnson of Miami, were recent strongof by Rev. Culshaw of Lawtey.
,J' No 1---Due Starke 11:31: P.M. friends will be glad to learn he Is guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con- whom Vannie is chief. With who spoke from 17th Chapter of NOTICE

No. 15Duo Starke 3:12: P. M. much Improved. ner en route to their home after a nothing left to her but the temperamental John on the greatest miracle. A

Nf). 107Due Starke 9:12: A.M. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom. Miss Dorothy visit In points of Tennessee. > GOLDEN LADY she message was read from the sponsors Notice. hereby given that the following described In. d .
NorthboundNo. buoys up her courage with the much thereof will be necessary to pay the amount duo fi., ,
Swanbom Arthur Swanbom Miss Mary Mott, of Brooker, of the Mission services wno ; 'dO
1935 herein net opposite to the ,
thought "One more foot!" Did same together with coat ,r I
2--Due Starke 4:55: M. and Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler was the dinner guest of Miss Edna: are on a vacation, greeting the audience and advertising: will be sold at public auction on Monda> rhr'ci, u d.I
No. 18- -Due Starke 10:38: A. M. Tuesday visiting In Ocala Lewis Sunday.Mr. fate s pick unearth another for- and asking that the 67th of September, A. D. U38. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon it "h,' ',ur
spent House door the County of Bradford, .
In the ,
tune for her one foot farther on? City ot Sinn -' t
No. 108--Due Starke 3:13: P. M. and Silver Springs.The and Mrs. J. E. Newton and Psalm be read. Interesting, he'p- Florl a. J
The reader who asks for this book
Stiirke'and Wunnee Brunch Rev. W. H. Houston spent children, of Green Cove Springs, f'll services will be held at the

No. 101- Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M. lust week In Lake City. pent Saturday as dinner guests of at the public library will not be regular time next week. Everyone Tainl
No. 103 Arrives Starke 1:50 P. M. disappointed as he follows to the Description flev1.StJ T It A Owner
-- O. L. Brown of Doublerun was Mr and Mrs. R. M. Crosby.Mr. welcome. A Car|
of KM of NEVi! 10 7 19 40 ,
end this fascinating story. Mm. Innbelle Hnldi" 13.1
Dally except Sundays. I a visitor here Sunday. and Mrs. Wesley Harveynd Hrw of NE% :::::.13 7 19 40 M. P. Matheny 1 13;J
T. J. GRIKFIN Miss Florence Wood. 8 A In SK Cor'of"NW"M of
children of Jacksonville, were
-- -.- j CEMETERY WORKING NEli being1 A N a
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. LewIs There will be a working at the by 2 \ M A: W A HEY
Wednesday afternoon.H. PINE LEVEL fx W 1TM A & Eft of
:app Cemetery at New River on 4 ot NEW 8 20 165 J. L. Johns sr
H. Lewis spent Sunday as Mrs. II. M- MrRue, Corresponden' 3. FSWe of NW<,4 &--w rtU
Inner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, September SW4% of NE<4 _________14Pracl 8 20 100 O. E. Crosby a ;
Block 2, NewRiver .
Russell Carter.SUNNY Cotton picking began In f.hi" _______________23-24 8 20 Ella Whitehead 1
section this week. L. G. Fountalr 1 > '. Lots 1, 3 Blk 13, New
NW.sr7 DO you suffer buming, IC4Inty of has a fine of cotton and ist IOi : ., : ; ( Z5c;: River ----_________23-24 8 20 Ella Whitehead : )
crop ,
l (frequent urination bdcch, BROOK FARM I / / JoJ\f! of Nil! of Lot 1 A: NE',
't I1 Tae 1II..r. I I'y headache. diiiineu, lot 1 of energy. expecting a splendid yield from It,, : of S% of Lot 1 ____31 8 _:20 30 L. O. Johnson ;:
It or l.. "p."" r't leg palni, twcllmgt and ptifRnmunder Mrs. O. E. Cronby, CorrespondentA Misses Carrie Alvarez and Docla /1 Nit" of tot T &: NV4 of SMi! ,
treat door with tired .t $ of Lot 8 _______________31 8 20 80 H. S. Hacen :14:
4ow( tea ease you the eye.? Art you nervow large crowd attended a party Starling were dinner guests of Mrs \ FlIj, of Lot 11 .___________31 8 20 40 R. E. 1. Oreen 1
.. to open wI' feel all ambling and don'tknow Vallle Starling at Starke Saturday, W,L of NWVI of NWV1 &:
',, AVA era off .arAruea. what I It ? at: the home of Miss Lucille Thomas of
NWVi 8WH of
wrong NW14-3J 8 20 30 L. O. Johnson ; 1
nerd F. Fender and son, Austin and .. -..-.... -- .......
?J Tota sglary last All 814 of NEVi: &: BEV4 __- .__.36NWVi 8 20 140 Empire Lumber ,i'.) J I.J
Ir.rr- Then give torn* thought to your ,i Friday night. reported T. P. Denmark are employed paint ....-- n.N N a.es .... tMS1RNds.M. of NWVI _-!-______ 3 7 20 40 W. R. Hod ire 'I I
t or'e. "'dn.",. B*HIT* they function properly a nice time. .M M tLa. .'f i.hocks NEST} w for functional kidney dl
! *KCU wait to clay In the blood, Miss Nona Brown spent the day H. Lewis In Rising section. A SEW NWVi
ex about 3 A E of public
end to polton and upset the whole Mrs W. D. McRae and Mrs. E. E road & NEVi of
with Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. and HW14 ex
.yttem.U hilllpa and children of Bradentorand 1 A In SB Cor ..__-_-__- S T 10 196 Mr. Alma Shaw ) I
>* D....'.PUlL D....'.are. for th. Mrs. A. L. Drtggers of Lake Butter Mrs. M. J. liTcRae of Crosby: MalariaCOLDS Com at NE Cor of SWVi
last Thursday 66 6 of SW 4 A run W 210 ft,
"Idn.". only. They are recommended
Lake were visiting' Mrs. H. M. Mc ; S630ttii2i0ft.N630
the world over. You can get the gnuln Mrs. Mac Henderson and chil- Rae Friday afternoon. ft to b gr-3 A ? _____ g 7 20 3 H. A. Brow ._ l.
*, Umtld; DOM'* at any drug .ken of White Springs spent several (Continued on Page Six
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender visit
days with her brotherinlawand .
IctlTln TABI.K.TS dayALVfO
cd the bedside of Mrs. Fender'sbrother
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd amen Headaches. SO
Groover Batten, at Ther unolMinutes BOREE FUNERAL HOME
last week.
rosby, .R..M-T.-Worlcl.. Beet
11 nan, Sund'lY.Crady .
Misses Doris Mott and Hazel Ltaim.nt Full ling of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

Crosby, of Brooker, were dinner Starling and daughter AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY
guests Sunday of Misses Betty and Geneva and son, Ralph of Baxter AND NIOIIT
and Mr. and Mrs Clyde Raulersor '
> I
:Dolrs Crosby, 53 PHONE 53
of Monlac Ga. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and spent Friday night
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling. :
children were guests of her parents ..rM: "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
Mrs. H. M. McRae and ,
Many Years Experience IlalEFt'I'IJlNT It Possible for Ma to Render Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, son, Arthur f'\ s''
and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Iy
COURTEOUS SERVICEE : jf Pine Level Sunday afternoon.

i ItoDERA'IDeWITT Starke an,i:C.Florida JONES PRICES were O. Friday.E.business Crosby visitors and Fred in Jacksonville Haislop- Ode Conner, !Luke's aa McRae Wednesday.Hospital visited She In Mrs.Jackson is F.111 I at,, )Ii IiSt 'I! !!Wg SINCLAIR H-C LEADS II I

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns, of ille.Man' Doris Goodman of Bell"more MOLEJACKSONVILLE 4. ',.........,. ..-. ...y -, ",. "-'",qa y ,. "-
Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Crosby here Monday after watt visiting Misses Myrtls ,
and Arle Fountain Sunday. '

noon.Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Frank Fountain of Penney ,, 'eraia-.. tlaeetti

For ExpertSmith's Repairing children Mrs. A. S. Crosby and Farms, spent Tuesday night
with home folks. herd
; Doris Mott and Hazel Crosby were CHARLIE CHINE,Meals
Miss Eula Mae of
visiting Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Johns at Dyal
son City, was visiting( Miss Vesta YOUR.boWfdiul. .. comfort sad enMM ns.M
; I
New River afternoon.Mrs.
Sunday I Ie e subs el freaf Importance M t this ..oda..., ?
J. L. Johns of New River McRae, Tuesday I fee-proof,honie-lilie .koMl,(ocMcd In ski.. h..rt
Garage attended church at Corinth Sundayand Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez an. of down-town J.. _..11o. fir room with

was the dinner*guest of Mr, children were dinner guests of b:rand lull en** shows., silt wets. woo h..!. "
Mrs. Paul Underhill In Rising ado and ttiltnf I......every bed with Miner.
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby here. eprtfif awes. and Individual. readme, tamp
Phon B 120 i ie : e/ section Sunday. I .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling an AIR CONDITIONED
It is possible to travel by canal COCKTAIL LOUNCt COFFEE SHOPR.wnSort. '
children 4
Wrecker Servic: Day or Night from Antwerp on the North sea to and Mrs.were W. L.dinner Johnson guests in Vanderbilt of Mi- with rVwate .Bath. -'i,
Marseille on the Mediterranean, I R wee S2oo 8C Roes. S250
l through the heart of France. section, Sunday. I []Room S3 00 S C Peen !!:,:J I
'. The Florida State Association I $ pU ROOM ..* "' ._ I..h 14.00am.Ui -
will convene at Pine Level church;i ....... Yuw.r M _- '

next weekend. Every body Invited O,l.>.. I e POUND H.l...

r to attend. \ HOIIL....-PATTIes..,1_ V HOIlt-_OIIOIOi .b O.: V.HCOMPETITIVE
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Mrs Gulndola Thompson D7,

died at her home in Belmore Saturday

Q c CD0003grMaaH"IGH'v [ after a brief Illness.\ She was a

life-long resident of that section

and was a member of Beulah Baptist

Church. Funeral services were ROAD TESTS

v held Sunday at the church with

the Rev. J. E. Newton of Green

t : Cove Springs, and the Rev. L. A. 1 to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cart

Donnely officiating. She 1s survived Could You Ask?

i ; BUS by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Finkston Thomas one daughter C i

I' ; / Leonie Mae four sisters Mrs. Lela
H'', 1 ivloONUCHT and buses ejo well together. TonTIIhorouqhlr Buckhart Santa Fe, Mrs. Genla We suggest

4 'l ,,, enloy ravelin In a Florid Motor Lines bus Britt Belmore, Mrs. Mae Dees, 30,000 Miles on Titres make a lent

x alon under the taxllqht. It's lhe coolest, moat pleasant Hmeol four brothers in own oar
Lacy Kenny, Jesse, I. your
You really
all to travel on businesn or pleasure. can
and Sewel all of Belmore. Pall. for
find out
telex and enlor your trip t>f t&atJ gnat and
(' W. I FINEST SERVICE-LOWEST FARES I bearers were: R. T. Wall D. Cu- Proven-Rugged-Reliable -
.' 2.60 therle. J. Dees, E. V. Priest W J. yourself the extra
__. .80 Tampa
la .r Jacksonville Beach .2.43 Orlando __-___.._-. .OU Moody and G. W. Moseley. Boree miles in 11.(:.
.. ,. --
,r, Daytona Miami ----5.80 Tallahassee 2.80 Funeral Home was in charge of

Atlanta": -..I ...MO New York ._14.15 arrangements.She '

,f Y .% s 10% Reductions on Round Trip Ticket character was and a woman sunny of disposition Christian, I' See theSinclair

., y UNION BUS STATIONMRS. always looking on the bright aide Dealer
..r E. H. SMITH. Agent of life and never complaining In'' Coupes-- rucks ,

Opposite Court Hose Phone 120-W r I her last illness. FOR SALE BY O'1 -w.

-- vwra e
CARD OF TH\NKS Henry A. McClellan .,.....,.... N" U.MMnUt ions M an.-
'- tiiiMoronh1Hti
: We wish to thank our many VTLLYSDEAUin'
friends for the sympathy shown
ti G 4JUNDw us and for the beautiful floral offering FLA. Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.}

1 sent during our recent be.I FOR .SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

reavement.Mr. Or Write PHONE 138

w I I and Mrs. J. K. DouglasAnd Southern Willy Distributor J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.

r 5.a Family. 23: Peocbtree-Atlanta, Ga. STARKE, FLORIDA

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tY ,tr'GUST Y8, 1888 --. '. .. .. IsRADFORD rot'NTT1EGItAPI, '1ARIlr.
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I.J----..:'. Better Business! Campaign and Essay Writing Contest Sponsored by the Pub- -. -,- = -

Spirited 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 Business Firms Whose Ads Appear on This and Prosperity
Greater Community
A Sure Way to a
Page, Offer the Trading Public Quality Merchandise -

County, Through the Channels of Bradford County Business the Thriftiest, Price Principles and Service' of Modern In Keeping Shopping With Is to Turn This Tide of Outgoing Business and Resources, Back

Institutions. and Count They Are All Loyal Booster for Bradford Into Home Channels.




More Electricity ,

CITY OF STARKE The necessity of working for, as well a* the many economic benefit and opportunities BOOSTING STARKK: ANn BRADFORD COUNTY
that are sure to come to all of us, as the result of constantly boosting Bradford Aiwa Use Pure Milk .
County, should be apparent to everyone.

Municipal Light and Power The growth and development of each community adds to the prosperity of all. By PETERSON'S DAIRY, Starke i

! \ helping your neighbor you help yourself, and nothing contributes mow to human happiness -
s' than a growing, prosperous and harmonious community where we are all willing GRADE: A RAW MILK AND CREAM
1 to do our part. Only Loral Accredited Government Inspect llenl :

I Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry L You are a partner in your community. If It grows and thrives, you profit In hard STAYS SWEET I..ONGEIC-.ANIU.ED CLEAN .
dollars and cent If the growth la retarded and It goes backward, you lose in dollars PLENTY OF CREAH a
I and cents and something more, you and your neighbors have the making or breaking .
still Growing:-Thank* to the Loyal Patronage of a In your hands.
I Large Following of Satisfied, Patron of Bradford CaRt J
Do your share and there will be no question as to the outcome. It means more for ALEXANDER & COMPANY
IMPROVE YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE you and your family. It mean the same thing for your neighbors.

Hats, Drape, Special Attention Given Ladle Dresses Frequently a community will fall Into a rut of Indifference and the prosperity that LadlcV "y-to-'f'ar-Gf'nt' Furnishing
A Home Industry For Bradford County PeopleSISTRUNK'S might have been theirs Is lout for the want of a little push and enterprise. Noting these
Healer SI EN TiFFiCK Shoe. for Women
) t things, many of the citizens realize the need of a little work to bring home the value for the famous -
r of home community work to the people and lead onto the substantial road toward progress GOR-JUS Hosiery for Women" -Friendly Five Shoe
in the future. They have selected the Telegraph as their organ In this campaignfor
for line of Durible Work ClothesTrade
a better home community and building up of a better home trade. MenComplel
at ALEXANDER'S and save the difference
FEED AND SEED STORE-STARKE The Telegraph pledges a continuing and vigilant policy In the Interest of economic
progress of all Bradford County.

SEED WITH A GROWING REPUTATION ( On this page appear the names of some of your partners who are speaking you BOOSTING BRADFORD COUNTY
Checker Board Chow Feed*-A feed for every need In these articles some of our own business men, public spirited individuals and civic organizations -

i THE CHOICE OF RURAL AMERICA who have a great confidence In a great future here. They must have, or STUMP'S Starke
they would not back tbcr faith In Bradford County with the Investments they have ,
Fancy and Staple Groceries-At Money Saving Price _, made, and pay taxes on those investment that stand before you a* monuments of their DRY GOODS-LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
implicit confidence that the county and every community In It, can and will make good.COM.'iUNlTY .
I "Get the Slstrunk HaMfc It I* a Thrift Habit"
INTEREST Let'. all be partne/s In this forward movement. Shoe for the EnUre Family-Men'. WearIt
Always BIG dividend
' and Secure Better BUY IN BRADFORD COUNTY. Will Pay You to Come and See Our Many MoneySaving

SEE AND DRIVE THE NEW Itse FORD V.8 Future Investment for Value In Ladle Modish Hummer Dree
'I Your And Your


tVERY: YEAR MORE AND MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Always A Good Show! At Farm Implement* -Tool*-<'utlerySIIERWIN

"THAT WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY" RITZ THEATRE, StarkeEntertalnment.RecreaUonDlverslonRehuadon STOVES' -RANGES-If It'* Hardware-We Have It
CANOVA PHARMACY StarkeA Watch for Our Weekly Specal
servant of the people of Bradford County for

Drag Tolletrle Prescription* Westinghouse it American Beech Radio NEW BRADFORD CAFE Starke
See Our Program For The Coming Week on Another ,
Our Excellent Fountain Service I I. a Real Aid to Summer Page In This. Issue. Opposite Register Motor ('0.
Prompt Service--Our Motto
New and Complete Throughout-Growing Famous for
We serve Southern Dairies Ice Cream, All Flavors
Fried Chicken Plmlf'--IHIle-lou" Home-Made Pie. '/1

BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. TORODE CHEVROLET CO. Capable Chef*-Clean, Quick, Courteous Service Gl


Field Fence-Hoe*_Rake*-Brlnly Plow_
Planet Jr. Hand Plow*-Stove*-Roofing-Paints'
With or Without Bath-Cl.OO Day And Up CHEVROLET DENMARK FURNITURE COEverything
Attentive Service Throughout FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS
to furnish the horn
*-tit price that will
CAFE Aladdin Lamps-Pitcher Pump and Pipe THE ONLY COMPLETE LOW PRICE CAR save you' mony. Hee our many attractive design ..
Regular Dinner*-Plate Lunches-A La Carte Order More Than 80O.OOO New 1930 Chevrolet. Can Have Been Sold In Hummer porch furniture."CA ',1
Chefs, Quick Courteous Service QUALITY SERVI'EDRINK Used Can With An O. K. That Count
You'll Like The Magnolia ODOM & LAWSON

Opixmlt H.A.L Depot I'oItarkI..k..r" and Dlstribu.
tors of wholesale meat products-We Buy Hogs, Cattle A
YOU'VE HIT THE SPOT When You Follow the Crowd to
Hides-Ask for our Smoked Sausage: at the market .III
Grocers<< uallty-Servlaw-Our Mnlto.|

Muslr-Dancing-Your Favorite Beer Ire Cold-Hoft Drink
LIFE FIRE CASUALTY All Kind Taty Rwndwlchew-Plate Lunches HABERDASHERY: "
BONDS For a Treet Try Our DellclotM Shrimp
Dent Walt Till the Fire Alarm Is Turned In, or the BOTTLE BEER S for Z5c! ; CASE LOTH *I l.80

Undertaker Come*-To Get Insurance Protection ALWAYS SERVD ICE COLD Deposit On All Bottle Taken Out J. W. WHITE & SON !I

A. M. DARBYPLAIN Let' Go Forward-Boosting Starke and Bradford County STORE
,. A PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORED of Starke's Oldest Successful BusinessesDealer.
D eG" PRESCRIPTIONS TOLETRIES In V-C Fertilizers C.M"nLtlon1th the Civic Orgsnlzatlon: and Bu..l- ANN BEAUTY SHOPPE J
ua Foremost Ice Cream Excellent Fountain Service TRADE AT HOME Sc TRADE WITH US ness and Industry of Starke and Bradford County
N>.t Door to lUtE Thru Ire-Htarke


LOTHEING-SHOES Outfitter for Men and Boys
BARGAINS EVERY DAY AT ALVAREZ' I* Enough Your Protection at your for service Food-day Cold: and Alone nlfnt.Is Not You can buy Just lut good furniture!! In Starke GROCERY At LawteyFancy

and Staple Groceries-Fresh and Cured )Meats-
DRUG Get It Here and It Costa No More.



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6 t COMMUNITY IN '".:% I 1 Year 1USO-6 Months 15c: PROSPEROUS. AT HOME. I !. 1




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FACE rone __ ._ ---. ----- --- ------ ---- from- which fell: a 1 -
:=. .. Dayson-Shaw Wedding 1 tag her gown woodman Circle and W c.w
:; ; Miss Chapman And Mr Hill Madge Brownlee Celebrates short nose-length veiL Orange: blossoms Held Annual Picnu
Solemnized In Tarpon formed a band at the back
I Are Wed, At Beautiful Church Birthday With Party Church Saturday EveningMiss of the turban. She carried a bouquet Last ThursdayThe

Ceremony In Vidalia Madge Brownlee celebrated her of bride's roses and white asters
I local
fifth birthday anniversary Saturday Sara Elizabeth Shaw, with tuberoses.A Woodman c '
3ociety-'Jj showered
i Beauty! and dignity characterized afternoon, Aug. 22 with a lawn daughter of Mr.: and M... Robert followed at the the Woodman of the wni'their
I' of MissMary ,: wedding dinner I1tld
the wedding ceremony of Gainesville who are annual picnic at
party at the home of her parents Cam Shaw, the bride's grandmother, Use HIli
and Louis Hardee' Is home of place
Chapman Shaw Klngsley
on where Lake, ,
Brownlee here
I Mr and: Mrs. H. now living Mr. and ..
HID Jr. which wa solemnized,: North Walnut Street employed with the WPA, and Ar- and later In the evening day afternoon. A rogg amhur
14, at 6'' Mrs. Dayson left on their wedding: of
Friday afternoon. August son of Mr. songs, games, and twining
:Mitchell Toro e I clock at the First Baptist Church Out-of-door games, under the and direction and thur Mrs.Raymond G. Ralph Dayaon Daysou, of trip. They will reside for the enjoyed during the afternoon w.
Vldalia, Ga., In the presence of: of JeneH Hutchtaga present at Tuakeegee Ala.,where six o'clock At
Mrs. W. E. Torode Iin married Saturday a bountiful
|;;Wr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth :Mr. and number of friend of the Virginia Johnson, of Jacksonville, Gainesville were Mr. Dayson ia engaged as a civil picnic eup.
the marriage a large 1 o'clock at the First per was served from
announce at 6 a
evening long
announce the marriageof were enjoyed during the afternoon Government Reset t cable
Dr. J. C. Brewton, on the
nuptial pair. : engineer Those
I of their daughter which Methodist Church in Tarpon taking part on th,
their daughterAnne
of the church read the ha-' by the young folks after tlement project.The bride wore for Progrilll
pastor Nor- were Ovlda Thomas
Lucileto M. H. ,
Elizabethto Mary bouse. Springs, with the Rev. Florence .
I they were invited Into the tunic dress of black tier.
prennhre ring ceremony. the officiating traveling' a s reau. and Hazel
Cent.rmg the lace covered table ton, of Tampa, as of Thomas, wb
touch white
eharkakln a
James Lambert Hair Caleb Marshal: Mitchell, Jr. The bridal motif of green and I was the beautiful white and yellow minister. rendered several songs
at the collar and wrists,
ftm the twenty-third day of Auguet on the fourteenth day of August white was carried out In the The effective birthday: cake adorned with five Pink radiance roses, asters, and with pleating this she wore white accessories. > ----
nineteen hundred and thitty-slx church decorations.; white and yel- arranged effectively Hatching of turkey
nineteen hundred and thirty-six burning candles. A tuberoses were poulu a
,. The marriage of Anne Elizabeth The marriage of Miss Torode and choir loft was banked with palms low color motif was carried out In In baskets and placed on the altar commercial plants during the tint!!!
{HolliBgsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mr>,Mitchell'was solemnized la and fern, forming a backgroundof detail against the background of pot- five month of this year were 461
and Friday, August 14. rich greenery, In the center of Two rubber trees must work an per cent larger than
1 Mr<< *. Frank C. Holltngaworth Tallahassee The young honoree was the re- ted palms and fern.Two floor can- for the sam.
of Mr. which was placed seven branches for tbe pretty entire year to produce enough rub- period in 1935.
James Lambert Hair, eon The bride Is the only daughter cipient of many lovely gifts. delabra gave lighting
and Mrs. W. G. Hair, of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode of candelabra holding white tapers.white :Mrs. Brownlee assisted by Mrs. wedding scene. ber for a small-sized automobiletire. a --

was performed Sunday aft- LaW !y and te a graduate of Bradford Tall floor baskets holding at intervals E. C. Johnson, of Jacksonville, "To A Wild Rose" (MacDowell), What f is believed to be the
ernoon at 2:30: o'clock at the home High School in the class of about asters,the were altar placed, and the family Miss :MarJorie Stith, Mrs. M. C. "At Dawning" (Cadman) and "I -_.-- world's largeet cotton stain. one
',of County Judge B. D. Hlers, In '35. Later abe attended Florida Brownlee, Bond sung' with seventy-one bolls,
were marked with bows of Stith and Miss Mary Love You Truly ( ) were The original formula for Worcestershire was/ grown\
\Gainesville In the pretence of a State College for Women and was pew white satin ribbon. served Ice cream and cake to the prior to the entrance of the bridal) sauce was evolved bya at Alpharetta. Ga., and is on die.|i
few intimate friends and relatives. a member of Zeta Tau Alpha So | little guests invited to be with party. physician to disguise asafoetltia: play in the Georgia capitol mu II
in smart Mine Elizabeth Donovan of San-
The bride was attired a rority.Mr. her birthday. Favors contained in a' medicine.
Madge on At the first strains of Mendelssohn's eum.
1 blue derson, cousin of the bride, wasmaidofhonor ,1
two piece suit of navy crepe of Mr.
Mitchell Is the son were novelty paper hats filled with Bridal Chorus from the
worn with a blouse of figured taf- of Tal- and Misses Virginia op-I
and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell candy.
the bridal
"Lohengrin" distinctive
feta. Her hat was an off-the-face the Uni- Hudson, Florence Jenkins, Miss grace
I, lahassee. He attended Those Invited were: Betty Pow- the altar. Miss Shaw
model of felt, and her accessories Anna Conner, of Mount Vernon,'I approached at herschelJacksonville
navy Gainesville
blue. versity of Florida, In and Miss Dorothy Penny, of Atlanta -'ell, Jeanette Priest, Marjorie :Man- had as her only attendant Miss I cherry
were I
navy and Is now engaged to business In were bridesmaids. They all ning, Peggy Ann Wiggins, Dotty Mary Buchholz, of Glnesvllle, as .flowerS-I
The bride Is a native of Starke Tallahassee.Mr. wore becoming blue organdie :Sue Biggs, Monta Hutchings, Mar- maid-of-honor. The bride entered phone 7-2129
i and was a member of the 1935 and Mrs. Mitchell are at dresses. Their hats were leghorn ,garet MonCeith Joan Carpenter, with her father by whom she was mart renter pieces
!.graduating class of Bradford High homo to their friends at 202 West trimmed with I Marlon Brown Janet Anderson, given In marriage Mr. Dayson
polk bonnets flower for
bowel gifts
I School. And with her pleasing personality Brevard Street, Tallahassee. velvet ribbon to match the 'Sharon Hall, Barbara Jean Johns, had as his best man, William Pra-
I wide circle
endeared lof
has a
-- Lee Idell Landrum,
sashes worn with their dresses. Nancy Knight ther, of Kissimmee.
'Of friends who wish to offer con-
i. CARD OF THANKS Miss Donovan wore a similar gown Jo Ann Dinkins, Judith Green, The bride wore a robe of wblte
[gratulatlons. We wish to express our appreciation I of pink organdie and a hat of the Johnnie Garner, Joe Monteith, peau d'ange lace, fashioned on long
AP Fresh Plain
Mr. Hair is a native of Palatka Charles Larsen, Van Priest, Dan or SlicedBREAD
for the sympathy shows to same model. Each carried arm princess lines and finished at the
.and has attended school at various Priest, Paul Canova III, Jimmy
flowers tied with neckline with cowl effect
us and the many beautiful ,bouquets of pink gladioli high a
the State. He also a
towns In was Green, Harry Green, Billy Smith, .D
sent to us during the illness and pink ribbon. which was held at the shoulders
,member of the graduating class of of
and Stith
Chan, Boby Jimmy
death of husband and father with sprays of orange blossoms.The .
Bradford School our I Groomamen were: Bill Hood
1935 from High
Corbin Car-
Jacksonville, and Gene
M. We wleh especially long sleeves were fastened at
'end at the present Is employed William Bryan. Tallahassee, Charles Darby, Bill
nell of Ormond.
thank Dr W. E. Middleton the wrist with tiny buttons. Her
,with the Western Auto Supply Graham and Hallie Jones, Lawtey. .
Company In Jacksonville. : for hi. kind attention during The bride entered with her father hat was a turban of lace match- 14-oz. Bread for (U-GZ.)
Mrs. Anderson Honors Guest
our IOBS. Walter Arthur Chapman, by .. asr *if Pt.LL1\UN 10
and Mrs. Hair will at
Mr. ''''' "-
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home to their friends at 127 East Mrs. Julia Bryan, whom she win given In marriageand At Bunco Party : ;-.. 12-oz. ROLLS tLiE LOAF

!j Fourth St., Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bryan. was met at the altar by the I Mrs. Sam Anderson entertaineda : ECONOMY RIM.ES
u ---- and his best man, A. E.
gram .
group of the sub-deb set witha RITZ THEATRESTARKE -
Wall Jr Her brunette beauty wall --
enhanced by her wedding gown of bunco party at her home last RED BEANS Sultana 3 28-oz. cans 25c
FT'day evening, the occasion being
white lace, fashioned princess In honor of her sister Miss Martha CORN lona No. 2 Can lOc
style. The cowl neckline was trimmed
Ann Burton of Rome, Ga., who Is
ANNOUNCEMENTOF with blossoms and her
veil of Illusion orange tulle was caught to visiting: her here. PROGRAMBEGINNING PEAS lona No. 2 Can lOc

her hair with bands of orange Quantities of zinnias and calla FRIDAY
blossoms. She carried a bouquet' llli<*s. arranged in baskets, form NUTLEY OLEO Pound 15c
THE CHANGE OF ed the decorative motif for the
of white roses showered with val-
THUR8.-FRL, AVG..2728"Sutter's
ley lilies and tied with white satin .!falr, Gold" MUSTARD Victoria Qt. Jar 15c

ribbon. High prize for ladles was awarded -
OWNERSHIP and MANAGEMENTOF to Miss Frances Lee Peek, who Edward Arnold
Immediately following the cere- Lee Tracy IQNA-Prepared With Cheese and Tomato Sauce
mony, the bride's parents, entertained received a pretty rinestone brace Blnnle Barnes,
the wedding party and let end hair clip set. Inman Green 2 IS'/roz. cans 9c

guests at an al. fresco tea at their received high prize for the gentle- SATURDAY AUG. 29TIL SPAGHETTI
beautiful country home. Punchbowls m.n, a box of linen handkerchiefs.Low ,- -
prizes were awarded to Mar- "Dawn Rider"John
were placed In the gardenand
the receiving line formed a tile: Hemingway and Phillip Ma- Wayne FANCY GREEN STRINGLESS 15c
semi-circle before a background of nauba: each received a novel prize.At BEANS
SUN.-MON., AUG 30-31
the end of the progressions
shrubbery. The bride's cake, embossed FANCY CALIFORNIA
in green and white confection Mrs. Anderson, assisted by Mrs "Show Boat"Irene CARROTS 2 Bunches 15c
L. D. Green, served a tempting salad -
and a miniature bridal couple, Dunne
Opposite Court House v*-. centered,the beautifully appointed course and Iced tea. AUan Jones and AU Star Cast GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

bride's tahl. I Those Invited to be with Miss 4 Pounds 15c

We Will Still Maintain'the Same Fine Serv- Hill During left the on evening a wedding Mr. and trip,,-Mrs.for Burton,were Doshla: Misses Smith Martlle Lillian HemIngway TUES.-WED."Thirteen, SEPT.Hours 12 AVOCADO PEARS Each 5c

traveling the bride chose a smart Stump, Frances Lee Peek, Edna FANCY YELLOW
ice That Has Heretofore Been by By
model of navy blue dotted taffeta Pearce, Elaine Edwards, Lucile SQUASH Pound 5c
with which she wore a becoming I Ahrson, of Birmingham, and Carlos MacMurray I
This Station. We Will Appreciate Your cff-the-face felt hat, with match- Summers, Everett :McKInney, Joan Bennett> CALIFORNIA ICEBERGLETTUCE

Ing accessories. After a motor trip Edwin Green, Inman Green, Phillip THURS.-FRI. SEPT. 34 2 Heads 15c
Patronage. went to where Manassa. Wilbur McCall, Buck
they Chipley they "Girl's Dormitory"Ruth u. S. NO. 1 JERSEY COBBLER
are now residing. Crawford, of Lake Butler. 15c
Charterton POTATOES 5 Pounds

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I Mrs Rosa Constantine' and I I ;and Mrs F A t t' ,n.?.va and 1 Miss Hope Haynev Miss Dorothy to ht' i".m>cl, tluii'ii ,aid, ,. .,flit' 4 \VI) OF Til.\NK.H
daughter, Gladys were the little sir ", tll'"? tht tluwlnic d.l, >
of Louis Neal guests I daughter, Mary inn of Sapp. Miss Isabel Fernandes Mrs. ,. d pi op.,itv .MI th' County of Ftratl We wish to thank those who
in St. Petersburg.la Gainesville spent Sin day herewith W H. Hart. Mrs. N D Wainwright state <>r flui Ida, to.wit were a.. kind to us dm ing mir recent --
week.Frank 1"1.1.; 7. Ink 1l I'II.K
a li. in. 11.
Bits Mrs E. E. at"Kings
Jr Mrs. W H. Perkins by l..ik.' chums. ). 'tn SotithaKtQtiHitvr bereavement.
I ley. Mrs. George A. Anderson, Mr. and nr .Snli H and In Mrs Jack
Carlton of Detroit arrived I Mrs. C. :M.! Howard will complete J Northeast 'iiU, : 'i.ut Section i&:21, And Grlffts
: Township Kane Family.
Saturday for a month's visit Mrs. James Kimbrough, of Center the second semester of summer Rant.
Ne* with his father. Charles Carlton, Hill was visiting here Thursday I' chool at the University of Florida, The anaiainnt. or 1h. said property --_ -
and his uncle Fred Carlton. under the said ortlfleat InHtin HarmonITnleMw,
and Friday of last week. She his week. ,..... In the nam, of Oo. A. and .,,"1 o rtlflcat shall h.* releenietl -
will be remembered here as Miss .\. M MarcottITnlvna aocordlna to law the property
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mi. and Mrs. L. H. Hill Jr., have said l crrttflcat. ahall b* rflmft *- dewrlbed therein wilt b* aoluo
CONCERNING returned Ruby Powell, a former resident of Mr. and Mrs M. D. Carter, Mrs. according: to law the property the highest' bidder at the court
THE COUNTY AND TOWN to their home in Chipley Starke.Mr. doKcrlbeil thrr.ln will b* sold house door (On I Ih* firm Monday In
PROGRESS OF after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. W Parks and son BUlle, also lo th* highest bidder at the court- the month or ctober. ItJ. which IH
H. Hill Er. In Mrs. Effie Johns, all spent Sunday hull** door on th. firm Monday In the tilt, lay of October, 1911.;
Lawtey. the month of October 1930, which. fluted thin 14lh. day of August.
and Mrs.
T. F. Umdruro had with their brother-in-law, S..3. la l the 6th. day of October 1910. IUI
as their guests Sunday his sister, Norman, who celebrated his Slat Dated thin Xind. day ei Augsl, IUFK1CIAK SEAL)
and Miss Lucille Amberson has returned Mrs. Ruby A. Montague of Brooks- birthday Sunday. Sunday afternoon 1939. A. J. THOMAS
Doyle spent Mr. Mrs. R. A. Newsonte to her home in Birminghamafter IUMFit'IA). SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Courtof
Nr J ville, who is attending summer they visited Mr. and Mrs. J.W. A. J. THOMAS. Bradford County, Plorltla.
Jacksonville Beacb. were the guests Sunday of Mr. and a two month's visit here with school at the University of Florida, Johnson and Mrs. Freemanrthvta nrk of Olrpull Oourl .....lIt..U '
y.t Mrs J. A. Howe in her Bradford County Fl.rlds.5.2.ata .
Lawtey. grandmother, Mrs. James
In Gainesville. _t "N_, In Lake Sutlervorulo .laoT1e
last week Kite.
' apent
,a C EIt Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartafield, of
pak Mr. and and Mrs. Junius M. \ OP 4PP1.IO'TION REAL
Fort Myers, were the guests Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. KIt ko. Misses OP Arrl.leeTlovFOR rust TeX 1ta.1C1)
Smith are enjoying a several TeX: IU'ICI:
--urns to DeLand, day of Miss Clara McGee. Helen and Mary Kitzko, also Miss weeks ."..... Bill N.. .*,) 4...*nal* Hill '*.. last
at C
stay the A. Knight cottage I1IVKN. NIITt' : .IS. HKHKBY;: UfVKNThat ESTATEIF
a v"1t bere. Geneva Montejo, all of Tampa, on Kingsley Lake They have That I., 11. Vowrll, holOi-i i-f Ta.rertifleate II 11 ,AIWOIK), hiilcior of TaxCvrllfUal ,

y,alter- C. E. Johns and Hogan Smith were visitors here this week. as their guest this week Mr. R. G. day of AUKUMI No' A.150.I> I.tun""..,(t hux tli.fllrdnnt 3rd day of AiiKimi* No, 1376 l Isausd mil, bun,lh.riledHaiiif ,Ord YOU WANT TO

Downing of GalneaJVu were business visitors in Jackson- Shaw of Jacksonville. In my office and hat made HP- in lilY iifflc" and.! halO I"ute"I'I'lh'a..n III HUT. SELL OR RENT

trmede the week-end guest ofaDd Mlle Wednesday.Mr. The W C. T. U. meeting will be -- ,, pll..tlon th..r."n.for K"'.1"tea d..1 otrtlflfnlc ti> h. ,tMwti.Kl finbmcvii .- tuned h"I..n. for Hnlit a ,,tax.*.d.1'*.ed U..t.. to b.*mblaoeii la. SEE US-

B W M, Wimberly.'arlftln held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. B. L. I iRed) Kerce tin following: dr.crlh.d prnp; Ih* following: dencrlbed'llraiifnitlHlatr Prop; .
Mrs F. A. Scott, Friday afternoon at rrty In the County <>f [tfHitfurdStat trty In th* fminty uf
and Mrs. A. H. Hall have and .
as I family have moved here from ( of Florida. tonltNorthw of Florlitx. tn.wll WILSONREALTY
their guest this week Mr. Hall'sfather 3.30. Lake Butler of HoulhwoHtUimrlor l.ut' 11. Town. of Lawtey Steal titItatlway
(; :J; of St. Augusta and are occupying the Ht of quarter Section US TuwnHhlp8ont In HctlonN 2H, 84. 2A,
guest of her daughter, J. H. Hall, of Wauchula.Mrs. R. A. Newsome bungalow on State .. h. Hung* 21 Bunt. eont.tnIn 20 Township N Mouth. Knnp, 15 CORP.BEASLEY'S .
lie Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Road 13. Mr. Kerce Is employedwith IT 40 Acre, morr 1...". Kn.t. .
The assessment. of the said property I
l Biggs unit
of the property
Jessie Mae Blakely, of and children, of Jacksonville, were the Telgeraph. The under saeeaament the ...Id crrttfloat in* under th* naltt uvrtirirate' Inunit
guest Lake City, was a visitor here Wed week-end guests of Mrs. E. E. Ca- ud WH In the name of Hrrrnd was In the n..", of Mrs K U

...CDrAeand Mre.. C. C. nesday. nova, at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Lorena Epperson, accompanied nnnnon.UnloHK' said ocrttflcnt shall ha redeemed -.-.--.--------------- ,-
!!! by Dr. and Mrs. J. E. sccording to law Iliu prop.I
Jacksonville. dmtrll therein will b .o I
flora, in F. E. Wallace, of West Palm Miss Louise Bryant, of Ocala, Mainea, and Hal Y. Malnes, of arty to the hlnhfxt bidder lit the courthouse SERVICE STATIONWe

Is the Beach, was a recent guest of Mr. spent several days this week with Lake Butler, left last week for a door of on Oftnhvr.th.. first 1136.Monday which In
Stump month
Marjorie Miss Marie and Mrs. W. O. Halle. Miss Mary Canova, at Kingsley vacation trip to points in North the.Is the Mh. day of October, 1910.
this week of Lake. Carolina. Paled. thin 22nd., day of August Handle Cold Drinks Standard Gas.

Je III Lawtey.- Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Knight, of -- .'-- I 193ft.I <(
-Mrs. J. T. Qulgley and I Jacksonville, were the guests Sun Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stith, of De- Mrs. G. H. Bennett Is spendingthis Clvrk A. J. THOMAS.of Circuit Court ,

,. and Wynn left last week I day of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. Land, were recent guests of the week in Jacksonville with her ft Bradford County, Florida BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S

?Elaine in North Carolina. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, at son Stanley Bennett who is con- B-18-M-9-26

visit Francis Fussell, of Tampa, is Kingsley Lake. valescing from an operation which '41o l'I'NIr' A1'rl.l'ATHIY5.tell
Lancaster visiting :Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fussell lie recently underwent at StVincent's 'I'e\ ItKKIt
and Mrs. Virgil t rn.tr Hilt *... IHINOT1CK :" SERVICE
"tamely of Jacksonville, spenty this week. boles Lucille Ayers, of Brooks I Hospital IM HBHEHY (I1V :N.
yule, was the week-end guest of That Janivk. It Walnwrlnht. holtlvrof Phone 60
",- here 1.12 Tax iVrtlfk-at No. 1411. I"uwd Court House
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall Miss Rosalind Jacobs, at Klngsley I Mrs. P. J. Pearce returned this I the 3rd day of August, A IIHS1 >
were week-end guests of Mr. and has flloil nani. In my offlo and ..
List Dorothy Sapp spent the Lake. week from a visit in Fort Lauderdale for a tax deed --------------------
has made uppUcallon
Mrs. Earl Shine at Jacksonville '
trod in Clearwater with Oakland Park Miami and .
[nil.rjui. Beach. Mrs. L D. Green Pond son Inman Winter Haven with relatives. While

and daughter, Elise, also Mr. and away she also visited in Tampa
/ Powell has returned home Mr. and Mrs. George Easter, who Mrs. "nard Gay spent Sunday at and St. Petersburg. SCHOOLHJNt SCHOOL

week's vacation at Key have an apartment with Mrs. Eva Jacksonville: Beach. GROCERY .
,I and Miami.II. Fernandez, spent the week-end In Mr. and Mrs. H. Lv Brownlee had HKS
Jacksonville with relatives Mr. and TIrs. L. S. Hutto had as is their week-end guests! Col. and POTTED

.and Mrs T K. McClane and their wrrk.end guests Mrs. E. A. Mrs. J. E. Futch, of DeLand. They anti
Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Alachua (l. II. NA8UOKTIIV, Owner Operator
J ion spent the past week-end Rltter. of Val Rico and Mrs. J. M. were accompanied home by Miss

,:inesville with relatives. spent Sunday here with her son Ritter and son, of Tampa. Mary Brownlee, who will visit FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL MEAT
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. there for a while. BUTTER

In.I A. S Crews and Miss Eli- Charley E. Johns. Miss Beatrice Moseley returned
1h Hollingsworth were recent "home Saturday from a visit in Mr. and Mrs George, B. Flynn IScp. AUGUST 28 and 29, 3 Cans lOc ..

ars in JickscmvUle.lla Miss: Leila Dea Andrews spent Ocala with Mr. and Mrs W. C. lib Jar . .
and children of Clermont
-. .- several days this week in Jacksonville }1D.. spent .. . .
I the week-end here. Little Miss
with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Eor- =
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Kitty Hogged spendingreek Betty Ann Flynn remained for alonger -
In Jacksonville with :her Ing. Mrs.! Frank Hollingsworth and :
visit with her uncle and
ty.n. Kitty R. LaDe. 'e nn, James, spent Thursday of last aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray, at POTATOES l=C 5 Lbs. 15cMAXWELL
Miss Leila Dea Andrews will ;return week In Gainesville with her moth Kingsley Lake.L. .
the latter part of this week er, Mrs. James Cellon.
to Orlando, after a two week's vacation -

C. A. CARVER here. Mrs. Ethel :M. Biggs, and daughter C. Partridge, of Jacksonville, LARGE HA HI-..FANCY AhO .
Dotty: Sue, are in St. Augustine has temporarily assumed the man MOAP'"
JEWELER Mr. and Mrs.Paul! Glasby of Rochester where they are visiting Mrs. agement of the local A. & P. Store HOUSE LETTUCE Ea. lOc i

.Minn., were recent jjuesti I Biggs' mother, Mrs. 0. J. Griffin during the absence of N. X. Pre POWDER N

WATCH CLOCK AND of her mother, Mrs. Rosa COD' 'tan- vatt, who Is enjoying! ; a two week COFFEE FANMY FIRM-KIPBTOMATOES "
( tine "Friends of :Mrs. Hazel Craft will vacation.
-- be pleased to know that she is convalescing --- Pound 25c 5 For lOc
\ir. and Airs.:: : Fred Flame had: its at the Gill Hospital af
IVorh Osumutteed Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughter, FANCY JUICYLIMES
their guests ,during; ; the week-end ter an appendicitis operation which Edna Mae, and Mrs/. C. :Manning i

Mis.' Flume's brother-tn-iaw and else 'underwent last Thursday. spent the week-end in Wlldwood Doz. lOc NKMTLK'M RICH
L'\I 6REENB17JLDINa1 sifctcr Mr. and :Mrs A G. Hiomon, unE LJ'E
with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strick /
STAR ME FLORIDA who were en route to their home In I Mrs. Ray Edwards, Mrs. E. C. land. During the week-end they FANCY LARGE JUICY

__ Fort Lauderdale after a vacation I George, and Miss Lucile Edwards, MILK
""'H also visited Mr. and Mrs. C W. COFFEE
,,' ." trip in :North: 'Carolina. returned recently from a two Beasley In Gainesville.. LEMONS 5 f for lOc
in Laurel, 3 tall 21cEXTRA
week's vacation trip Pound lOc cans
Alias, and New Orleans. r.
Mrs. Frank Dunagan, of Doug

_.Do you: reraetnheo' that day last Miss Florence Gill returned home lass, Kansas, and Mrs. Wllllan ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc t-JO." 'ItA( tY

winter when aU "..fftUng Saturday from a visit in Jennings, Blalirt of Augusta: Kansas, .n FANCY -IN9 REAL Goon 8TRINOLEHH I UNUJltt SNAPS
you La., with her hrotber-jn-law and here vlsltmg their mother, Mri (ORAIIAIUtA'KEItil:
no tired of thin cold weather I sister, :Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Sarah Coburn and sister Mis SALMON BEANS Lb. lOc I 1 !

,don't know whist: to de." TO bet Prather. Amy Coburn. Friends here regre Lb. Box lOc
to know that Mrs. Coburn has bees Tall Can lOc
you forgot all about that rold Misses-Marjorie- and Mildred quite in for several) weeks past .

weather tile past few week If of Knoxville Tenn., returned '
you havent you must have been home Sunday after a visit herewith The Rev. end Sire: B. M. Mont I BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANAS 5 Ibs. I7cMM )

upending your vacation away up I the Rev. and Mrs. M.: C. Stith gomerv: and Mrs. O. W. White t
at Krngsley Lake. '''were In Gainesville Wednesday,
that in the mountain, you
where they visited Mrs. L C I UI..L1 Altalal! t OltNFLAKES
down Avar.NEW Dr. H. B. McLendcn returned Prescott who Is seriously ill at the, >\\I< II \\iril EA'JIIE'r: ITKCIIASK! OF 25o

Thursday of last week from home of her granddaughter Mrs (lit nF.GUIAR'
Rochester, Minn., where he attended Camp.Mr. .
,, I''
Mayo Brothers Cl.nlc for two BREAD FRANKFURTs'Lb. 2 PkKs. 15c
( weeks. lOc
tla and Mrs (3, C. Bates an,< i. 3 Leaves 25c
children have returned to the!
Mr and Mrs Randolph
home In West Pnlm Beach after, I .anHsVBOBHHMCBMsaaKBVMMBSJUHHBKKnEUHBBB
ree left this week on a trip to FANCY MKATY
visit here with Mrs. Bates' broth I

While his'Imore brother.in and Baltimore Ray Washington Boree.they will, D.visit C. er-in-Iaw O. W. White.and sitter.They were Mr. accompanied and Mrs; 1. CigarettesLl'CKYS NECK BONES 3 Ibs 25cIIKEAKFAHT DRESSINGQuart

to West Palm Beach by Mlsi

Mr. Dorothy White who will) spend rev. I 11 LINKSAUSAGE Quart 29c -\I\II
M. H.
II and Mr, E D. Banks, of Jacksonville eral weeks there. 25c'I

wcrr week-end guests at the --" Pkg. 11'/2c Lb.

horn' of Mrs Long's father, L. V. Mrs. Sarah L Hamrick returnee I /
Moore Sunday from a visit In Highland, .

North Carolina. She was accompanied j Prince BEEF Lb. lOetl<-..t TUmio TOILKTPAPER: .

FALL MATERIALSPRINTS Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mlaa home by Mrs. Glen Waltersand .
Edna Hutt" and Garnlta Hutto returned -I son, Glen, of Atlanta, Ga.. who .'ANCTENIlEIt
Saturday from a visit inAlbamrrle will visit here for a while. Mrs ALBERT ; I

15c 19c C. and Orangeburg, W F. of San Francisco Lb. 2 Rolls I 15cU'dtlnrf
__ lOc, N. : Swlnyer CHUCK ROAST 17e I I
S. C. with relatives. Calif and Mrs Miriam Jenkins,,, Can lOc 6 for. 25oTIIIH 'It
RAYON also of Atlanta arrived Tuesdayfor
Miss Gwynn Henery, of Los An- a week's visit

ALL geles, Calif., has returned to her IS A BETTER FLOUK-SIIAF.lt KING-GDAR.1N'IEEU
SILK PRINTS __ _ __ _ 89c home after a visit here with her

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and 'CENT A WORD I :

n.E.-\lt.\NCE SI.83: WASHDRESSES SALE OXFORDS SCHOOL :Mrs.: Mrs.Ernest Joe Wilmot.Thomas--and little COLUMNART FLOUR 12 Ibs.39c 24 Ibs.7Sc

and Mrs. Roger Ward, "
BLACK or BROWN It In . ._ t
the CLASSES Interested '' ''' C.
ALL SIZES both of St. Augustine, were '. .P .._ : : : : }
Shoes other
Dependable guests Wednesday of their parents, sketching, painting or
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Denmark. forms of art, see Mrs. C. L. Stock- FAT BOILING ARGO SUGAR
$1.00 $1.98 Pr. well, Starke. tf .

__ Meade:Mies returned Carolyn to Reid her ,home of Wednesday Fort. STRAYED---From farm at Hell- BACON Lb. 121c! PEAS No.2Can 15c'

bronn, about two weeks ago, one
MEN'SWORK after spending Hack Angus bull, about two years t1\ UHITR-FANCY HALTSIDE

5 SPECIAL weeks here as guest of .Misses Marion old. Marked sharpe in one ear, Lb. 17c CORN No. 2 15cHILVRK
and Helen Dowling.Mrs. BACON
CARE IN SHOESFITI'INO I two under bite In other ear, brand. ill
e'l H. S. Please notify N. D. Wain FANCY MOIJLTRIK, ,JA. FLOSH NO. 2 H CAN '
W. M. Weeks, Jr., of

ANY KIND-ANY PRICE mi, arrived Wednesday for a visit wright. SMOKED BACON lb. 22c SAUERKRAUT Can 15c

THE Leather or Composition Soles with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessenf. 'MILLIONS Genuine Improved

Jr. f he Is en route to her home Maryland Missionary Strawberry RITE, KIBIION or JKUELJARD KITCIIKNMATCHES ,
KIDDIESPROPERLY from New York City. I Plants, New Ground, white

$1.49 Pr. :Miss Dorothy Claire Kickliter I per roots,thousand all this year's fob. plants Castleberry", $1.50 2 Lbs. 25cAHMOrim 3 Boxes lOc J;

returned to Avon Park Sunday after Thurmond Farm Caatleberry, Ala _IH VINTb-.TOMATO FANCY F1OKArKFKt'IT

BUY ATSTERNBERG'S : a visit with her mother, Mrs 8-28-12tp JUICE 3 Cans 25c I t-,
IT PAYS TO Miriam Kickliter, and sIster, Mrs. JUICE Can lOc
50,000 new
Hazel Craft. Mian Kickliter if FOR SALE--

bookkeeper for the Avon Electrical strawberry plants, $1 I
U. F. Brown, Starke.
Company, in Avon Park. per

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-'- 114
Tax** .

"' 9)ALB) I r (Continued From Page Two) .'......rl t... ".... T n A Owaer A <;...t.NI':14 I 1Jto..rl.tI.. See, T R A Owaer

Notice la hereby rrrlr.iha: I. A 0.Andreu 1 I 1. 6 21 40 Jerome Thlr Ch ____.__ 12.26NE Com at NW Cor ot SW% ,

a* Bradford Tare.Deaeristio. :' of of Bwff NEW 11 6 S2 40 Unknown _____________ 10.70SW' at NEW run 8 110 !!.
< ( Slat of Florida by E 72" ft N 210 ft W
and "lrtu.1 III.... T R A O..r oA .esta NB\
of under authority of \. _of ex N 1332o f _f |f Lor.n.o Green ________ '.00 728 ft to be.-8'AoA ___ .28 6 U 4 J.
'lain Writ of Execution laud out Lot, IQ 11 ot Elk U, ft Part of a 8 A lot Com at M "' .
and under the hand and official eal Ward City ... ._n. 1 7 20! t."nknown .___ __nu 12.73 S'. of NWW"of NEW A all NE Cor ot land former)'
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lute 10. of 111k 12 W"Road :% of NEW W8W5nS owned by T. W. Sweat 41
Bradford County State of Florida, Ward eIV .. ____: t 7 20! A. J. Bowel _____uu__ .31 A N "' line
? 20 6 II Z4 Lo .n.o Green ______ '0 run E to ot S.c.
A. D. 1935. on ofNWy4 NEW
dated October 2Sth. NW's of SF'4 -- 2P. thence 8 on Sec line {

that... LiquidatordgfornltheMBradford NW'4 AN'Iio"<.__. 8WI4. of I 7 20 100 \rr.! C. A.. Lewis ______ n.1II ""sBH1 NE'4-- _&-NE-- 0'--20 4 ** Mra Onl. Freeman _._. 21 89SH Con 220 yl"ot thence land W formerly to BE

County Bank a .corporation defendant NWW, ot SE\4\ ax Ry right of SEW of SWW ex 1 owned said
tiff I and agalnat 8. L. Peek, nf war ______ 6 7 20 at David Coleman _______ 1.71 fead'" .NB.er.y .jYto Sweat
and bearing date the 24th. dayof NW14 of FlW'4 _. ________13 7 20 40 David Coleman _____n 16.02RW44 .. _. .n _.!f21 6 22 20 J. W. Edward. ____ 22.15A1puWold0t.JW.y.W..Cf21 thence beg In Byof
_____ ___ ___
SE _u28
6 22
October A. D. 1935. have levied of 1II 7 20 fO O. C. Kelley ____-___ 15.12 4 S. Rothir.
upon and will ...11 to the highest E 14 A :rW S t\r; t--SE% 6 22 1 Mrs Onl., Freeman -- 1.46WH 0& lot of land 2fO yd. N
and beat bidder for caehat publicSeptember I.aa N II 04-804 __. _____18 7 20 1 O. C. Kelley----------- ..... of Blk n'f:' of R 2 W B by no yd. E .. W

Monday the during ythe $Ey1of81134exN12A& ex 1 A In NE cor A EH In SE Cur_____ot____SEN4__ of
A. V. 198d. exEl8A-EOA&S' at of Blk 1 S of R I W In SE\4\ ___ 1 2J I T. J Aid"
legal hours of axle thereon In frontof HW'4 ot FlJo4\ S\4\ otFlE4 Temple' Subdlv ______.21 6 22 9 D. L. Lloyd J.....,..-._ 16.42 fA in tE" ot AE14 Bound.d ,
the South! door of the court house \ ot I'W\4' \ ____ _____ 18 7 SO to O. C. Kelley ________ '..07NW14 Com at NW -or of land .. N bY Fields place, W
of Bradford County In city of ot NWy leas 1 A Not owned by Elmira King by land 0' Mr.. W.II., B

following deScribed Ry ___ ___ _______17 7 20! 84 Z. W. Hamilton _____ U.IIO on E *I ld* of Ry A run Eat by Ry A E by Westmoreland -
r.rlt..I: In Brad W... of SW' of NW'4u17 7 20 .0 S. A.. Fox..orth ___-_- 7." right angle to Ry to St. ___________29 4 21 4 Lottie 'WII. ,
ford County, Florida with the here- IIW, 0' NE\4\ NW'4 of E line of Sec. 21. thenceN 8E'4 ot $W'4 __ 19 6 II 88 1. W. Andr ,
dltamenta and appurtenance thereto FIE"" ___ .______________21 7 20 10 Empire Lumber: Co. 11.112 on said Sec line to One A In SE" of NEyof .
",., ...." Elf A of NF't of NE'4___ U 7 20 14 O. 0. Kelley __________ 1.0& Center St In Temple'sSubDlvlaton NW" ___ _________29 6 2Z 1 Dave Craw. .
A one..eTinVh undivided interact All NW'4 of NW'4 .x E thence W Com no tt N of SE Cor of
In that certain lot or block of land I 2 7 !0 C, to 8 NE\4\ of NW14 .. run W
lying and being, In the original Townof Et4 : NW (- rSW-J: 7 20 == g: F. ttm"rlici'Uf :ronSt Ry to Yb"c'E'% no ft. N no ft. E 210tt

1 Starke, Florida and more particularly Wlio of NE'4 _.n_ .____.11 I U 10 3. D. Overatrut _______ 13.06 of N.x: ouch lot or S 210 ft to beg. ______29 6 al Leonard. .
follow: B'4 of SW's ____________80 Gnlf,
deacrlbed aa N''" of E'Ao 0' NE'4 G'NW'4 piece a* have heretofore 8 22 80 Herman ;
All of Block 18 of the original .1'1"' at E45ftWb been deed ________21NEW I S2I 14 Amanda AshfordJ ll.CS NW I: of NVGv4 "x 8 1.$1 1 II 30 Herman Self 1..lf''j'
Florida. wet. of 8f0AofNW4ofNWV4&B'4 ,1)
Town of Starke. of NB'4 0'NW'4 2SofB3B.xS66ft&N87ftin
of Blk
land" owned and occupied by U. E.Knight ______ ____.211 I U U Horace Norman _______ f.03 .. of NW'4 .x.S 10 A
and wife N. L. Knight: or SW' ot 8E'i .x 10 A nn N Tempi'* Bnbdlv: _____.22 SSSS 2 Unknown -- ---------- ....1' ot 8WII, ot NWI4 -____.31 6 II 80 M. 3. McRe
either of them except a, lot In ..Ide. r 81' '4 ot MW'4nU 6 U 70 Drew Reddish _________ U.U All WH of SWW of NEW SWvt4of 8Wt'y4 ANE% of
Northwest corner of *aid Block fao- I'I L4 of '" ot of
Call Street 129 feet and NNEWo& NES of 5 U Reddish __ ____ 11.03 A EH of 8BW of NW% 467 I \ & NWl ot 8Ei4' .
Ing on feet and NWVi.-'U 180 Drew n a of public road _____.24 < 22 C. B. Strickland __._ BNI
facing on Court street B2H NWofE'4&1A In tiE of of _.26 1 S3SS 10 Mr. !8. F. Morgan __ 1.871 of SW44of BEIL.'Ao .
also except a lot of land In South- 'or of RE'4 of NW .__.ZI I U U Drew Reddl.h __u____ 13.1t 2 NEW A In NW Cur of SWW of8EV A In NE Cor of 81iO"ot

wet corner of said Rock 18 facing SWot 8EV. AS',," otFlW'.4 _ ___ 27 < 2 Clifford H. Allen .._. UII ________ __31 6 U 261 W. M.
on Madison street 60 feet and on 10 I U no M. 8. Hayee n_________ I.U Com at S40y Cor of NW4of Ed... .
o------------------ 8H of SWW of !NEW A
Court street NWU 8E' "
ANIREU B 260 ft,
Y A. O. NWW __ 35 I 21 80 Drew Reddfeh ________ 1606St NWW of SEW A NEW N 000 1t.Aw' 260 ft S 800
Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. ot FlE'1ot 8W14 _nu81 II It 21 W. n. Wood ___ ___ 2 lit of SWW! .,. W 6 A A ex ,
u ft to b"lI'-t % ________
6 22 2
8-7-61-9-4 NE W ot NW% ._ __ __n__ 1 6 21 40 W. n. Wood _________ 4.028'S 8 A for road ___27 6 22 92 R. R. Prevatt __.._ 11.21 All Nli of SEW ot SW 44 E Simon Try ", .
10 A S aide of NEW of
I NE34 ot SE'4 of AW\4 of\ NW'4 & 1 n eo w. n. Conner _________ e.JO NW ________ -27 < S2 10 E.I.: Flynn _________ '.6' of public road-I AII 6 U 8 Jennie Try' ( .
HOTICK1' Of "PPI.ICATIO'l)' of ----------3_-. 8 21 fO Mrs. Annie Alvarea____ 18.28 W 13 A of NEW of NWW"27Com I S3 13 Delia Keller -....__._ 7." Beg "JEa lt \is chns Nof
FOR TeX I/EEI) NW' at NNf'4.44 ofNE'C 106 ft 8 of NB Cor of

(1II..t. Rill No. fed' ) ot NW'4 __ ____.22 8 U 10 E. 1. Blgge ___________ 16,77NW" SEW of NEW A run W SWW&runN8.100chns, W .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, & N of 420 ft. S 105 ft, E 420 .4Ec J
holder/ of Tax Certificate ? ot NWa % 28 6 SS 11. J. Keller __________ '.U 10-100 ohm, 4 cotta,
Oeo. A. Oardlner, SV % of y --n21 I 21 eo H. M. 'McRae n________ '.n ft. N 106 ft to beg 3', chna. E I chns
No. 414 laaued. the 2nd dayof Lot I 01' S'y "fNF' ----.84 6 U CIa M. J. McRae _____n___ 1.21 ILot40ftB& Wby1011ft beg W to
.x portion ot
July A. D. 1984, ball filed same N A S In NW cor of
E I A of B% of BW% 0'8EN road
in forffactaxndeedstoaAb application E I 7 II 6 Jim Prlol..on ________ 1.18 EH of NW% of SE% of ------------------3 8 9 IS f Vaaco Mltca.. ..
One I lot
laauedthereon. of SWN"Wn of NEW __.28 6 22 Roger Battle _______ ..87 0 0an..1 '
Said certificate embracesthe ___ __ ______ 17638Aof E 26 ft 8 lVo frLo"ts 678 of in SE NWof
BE ___. __ I 7 U 80 Walter Robinson -
following' described property In SW----CorofNE'/--- Elk 16. Original Townof SEV4 -. --_____________ 6 II Green. Hamui., .

the County of Bradford. Stale of NEW W of road in 8of Stark _____ __ 28 6 22 Chas \Voodbrldge 7.0a Lot 8 of Blk 8ncon
City __________
6 2Z
Fl NEY A PEW of NE14 Lola 6, 8 of Blk 16 ex B -- -- Ella WIIlam
to't0oWfUiand Lot
I ot BJk
One In Starke 2.2 ex 7 A oft S aide-------10 7 U 71 Unknown _____________ n.n 4814 ft. Original Townof ", Lincoln
EastbanddWestSouth I SWV -, 1J 7 U .0 Unknown ____u_______ 11.71 Starke _____ .____ ..u 6 !S Cha O. Woodbrldc_ U3.01 Lot City -------____________. 21 Wm McL..vd
Feet '-- 1 of Elk
'XIts of--N % B 88 8-20 ft of Lots 6. 7 of LlncoJn
5 cor
North by Pratt Street A Eaat by 7 Blk 17, Original Town of City _- --_________--___ 1 II Simon Tryst,
Sanderaon Lane, Section 22 28Townahlp I I IE..t. AEy4 of rv-%-::::::::::::16 7 n .& :: C AS C.: 0.-Hodges.--------- fUSlio : Stark -28 I 22 Cha. G. 'Woodbrldc __ 127.18 Lot.Lincoln 8, l 1' City' O! _Elk_! :
Rang f-------------- u 2Z -
6 South, of NW44 ot NE% A NtSN.f W 88 2-3 of Jennie Try.or
Lots 34
6 8 ot Elk ,
7 U ___ 8." Elk 17, Original Townof Lincoln
.16 to Walter Robertson
The aaaeaament of the aald property :fW/4N':! f'4swi--& Stark ______________28 6 21 Chas O. Woodbrldc ? 77.01 City:: ---- _____ -_03 1 22 Jennle Tryst .

under the old certificate laaued 9'/ of NW of 8W% __17 1 21 fO M. J. Hunaiker _______ 8,44 Blk 21, Original Town of Com at a pt 101 !t 8 of
waR In certificatee W. Harrell.Unlea N "i Starke ________________28 6 SI Cha Q. 'Woodbrldg _. 182.71 NW 'Cor of NW% of
*said anal! be redeemed O 8 Ain NE 4 or of14W'.of Lot 1. 3. of Blk 87, J. M. NW% 626 run 666 liftS
the tt. 11- tt. N ft W
according to law, property 8E'" A SEy of John Addition to ,
described. therein. will be old ot BBI4 ex I A In SW Starke _______ 28 < S3 D. C. Jone ___________ El.70 626 tt to beg ---_______U 6 U 6 Mn. Annie
to the hlgheat bidder at the courthouse Cor ______________18 7 U U' "he.l..y FO.II u_______ 52.89 Lot 7 Blk lto,1 Llvlngaton:, AU NWy4 ot SW'4 E of Ry.x E t. "It,,
door on the first Monday In WI4 of AW% ____________20 1 21 10 Chealey FO.K _______- t.1' Truhy and : Additionto abolll 2 A in SW Cor.U 8 21 32 Unknown
the month of September 1936, which ot NEI/L of SEN AE14 Stark ______________28 6 S3 Hayes SterDber .___ 8.09 8 A In NW Cor of of
I I. the 7th day day of.Auguat91936. I' E'o of NE% 7 U eo Mrs Addle Jaek.on ___ 18.10 Lot I, 2, 11. 14 of Blk 28. SE14 being .17"NEN; A .
Dated this 5th .N25Aof8lea. -of'NEy425 Livingston Truby A W by640'4 tt F1&8&

(OFFICIAL SEAL) 1 A in SW Coy----- 7 U 24 W. McEver ___________ 1.01 Co' Addition to Stnrke.21 6 22 J. R. Moor ______n___ 20.75 11 A In NJf! Cor of NWjt'tJf
A. J. THOMAS, 8W4 of NEW ex Lot 1 Elk Lot 4, 6. 6, 7 of Blk 21. f l % being 8 1n.J
J"a.ror Circuit l tiOfrlda.i i 8 A ex Lot I Blk I .x Livingston Truby A b "
Lot 1 BJk 11 A Ex Dap- Go's Addition to Stark __21 6 22 R. L. Thoma. _.___.___ 11.71 side 1111 fI on S aide

1-7-61-9-4 list Church lot ________28 T 2J a9 C. B. Roberta _. ___u__ 10.28 Lot 8, 9, of Blk 29, LlvIngaton. 10 public road ._________ 6 21 17 Chaa O. Woodbndgt
NRC; ot NEW less 18 A on Truby A Co' LoJut of Elk >
NOTICE OP APPLICATIONI W tilde 0' Oulley Addition to Stark ____21 1 22 R. J. William __.___. 1.71 Div 01, S'JiJOh ofNNoy

FOR TAX PEED Branch ____________80 7 U 24'Chesley Fogg n_______ 7.45 Lot 4 of nil 6. Llvlng .. f ________83 4 21 1 Mn. Fannie. Stewart
("' ....<. Bill 1'1.' .. l..1) NEW ot NWy ___________26 7 n fO Emma lolu..hl.nhardt __ n.7I eton, Truby A Co' Sub f NWof NW14 ex _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN;: FlE'4 0' SEW ____________21 4 28 .0 F. 114. Crew. _________ e.7& Dlv of NEWo' NEW\ ____21 6 23 Unknown .. _.._...__ 2.41 W II A & 8 A In NE CorIt 1 U 12 D. D. Woodard
That Helen M. Steam, holder of II A In Sa of N Sof Los Lot 8, 4 of Blk 14 Llv W\ofo 'of.V;83iof84; 8 2J 10 A. E. Wall
Tax Certificate No. nil, Issued the 1 _____ ___ ._____88 4 II I H. C. Wlmb.rl ___..___ 8." .t08iv Truby A Co'aSub SW 1
6th day of September, A. D. 1912, ha* W',4, of NE'4 of NW 1 5 II 20 Carson M. Griffis ______ 8.U { of NEW of ot NEy. ________11I 8 IS 60 Marion Ollsson
Lot. 31, 82 83 in Woodlawn NEW __________________21 6 21 Unknown ____________ .11 8W34 of NW% _____.____ 8 1 U 4g Mra N.B. HIIII
made ap licationyfortaltaxadeedhtobe _--:_--_--____---::1O 6 II II Mra Ada Howea __.___ 18.4EE'4 Lot. 1, 2 of Blk 27, Llv 8'Aof 8y. ot SWye 0' 1
laaued thoreon.! Said certificateembrace. of ....t 43 A Sa os1 Lot L I.t08IvTrtbY{ A Co' ____ 3 7 U JO Mary
the following deacrlbedproperty In Woodla..n ______11 8 II 10:1. L. Harvey __________ 1.0 NEW of W'-40 of NEv 0' Sw- ____ 1 1 U 20 1. Toorr..U
In the County: of Bradford Lots 14. 89 In WoodJawnl1 6 13 20 Fred L. Conner _____ .U NEW. _________________28 6 22 Unknown _.______ 4.18. NW.of NI>:" lees II A In A. Geiger'

Stat of Florida, to-wlt: Lots I3l40 In Woodla..n .11 6 13 20 A. J. S..arl.. '.'0 Lot S, t of Blk 28. Llvlngaton NEf Cor _______________ 8 7 21 81 T. J. Alderman
Northeast Quarter of Southeast N%.. of NW of SW ____12 6 U 20 Lawrence O. Weekly_ 6.22Nt4 Truby A Co'a Nl of NE% _-- 1 22 80 MIke Dew. _
Quarter of Northeast Quarter .. of NE of SE" ____12 6 U 20 L. O. Weekly. Tru.te. I.U Sub DiY of NEW\ of Five acres. n-Ni--Con i. INW14

Section 29 Townahlp 6 South, i Lots n. U n Woodla..n .11 6 II 20 Mary E. Ward _______ 1.12 NEW __________________21 4 .1 A.. T. Paul _______ 8.77 of NW'4 ________ f 7 U 6 Unknown __
Rang 12 East containing 10 'Lot II In Woodla..n ___.13 6 II JO 114r. Th.r..a 114athl.__ 1.80 Lot. 1. 2 of Elk 30. Llvlngaton SW14 ot NW'4 ___________ 4 7 II .0 3. F. Herring
Acrea, more or lea*. Lola I. 8. II, J2 In Wood- ?Truby A Co' Sy4 A of that on of
aaaeaament: of the old prop' 13 6 u.o J. JL Will/am./ _______ 18.29 Sub Diy of NEW of E... 0' 8W% 0 Forti' lying .

err.u the aald certificate la-tI, Loti t6, 1/-11 IWood NEW _. ___________-_21 1 23 Unknown ...____ .... W of State :Road No.About .
cued wa. In the name of K. W. Hun-I I sJ.ar n 6 II SO D. L. JUaby _________ 11.11 Lot 8, 4 of Blk 80, Llv- ___ 7 7 12 II R. O. Moore __
ter. i. Lot11Wood> Ingaton Truby A Co a 1 A i'i NE Coe of

Unl.. laid certificate shall be !, lawn __ ____________1. 6 II I Sinclair 1140.1. ____ 1.09't Sub Div of NEW of Eye tit SW% of NEY .B
redeemed according to law the' 69 In W ... _----16 6 10 Lewis Garrett ____._ 11.11 NE14 --- --:1I f 23 Willie Robert rTtS3 '.n of road 11 ____ 7 7 II 1 W. O. TomUnson
property described therein will be !:: Lots 10. 18 In WoodlawnlII 6 U 20 8. O. Potter _____ '..21I Lot 2 oi"Elk 82.; I A In NE Car of NE%, ot
cold to the highest bidder at the I Lot 21 In Woodlawn ___.18 6 II 10 Charlie Gaaklna ___._ 5.11 ton, Truby A Co'. Bub- SWy474ydsN&S br::

courthouse door on the flrat Men- Iloa III U. J1, 11 In Div of NEW of NEW__23 S Walter Cummings ..._ .... 140 yd" E A W _-____ 7 'II 1 C. M. RII..h ___ _
day In the month of September. 1934which I Woodlawn ____________10 I II 40 Dyack Bro.. ._______ 11.13 Lot 4 of Elk 32. Livingston SE'A Of NEJi ___________ 9 7 2J .0 3. m. Sullivan __ .u"_._'.
I.I the 7th., day of September, E'-40 ot NW" ot NE" 01NW" Truby:: A Co' Sub NW ot NtS l.. of 8WU 7 U 10 Unknown ___ _
"llated __________________21 II II II Iwwla Garrett ____ 1.01 Div of NEW of NEW____23 6 23 Charlie Thorn ....._ 5.18 NW 0' SWy4 tit 8WV _
this Mrd day of July 1936. E'-40 ot NEW 0' NW" I... Lot I, S or EH of Elk A In SW ('or of NEo
(OFF.CALj8EAL\ f" A for Cem.tery1J I II 111 C. I. M. Dingfelder.11.4E 83, Livingston, Trub ACo' SW14 ot SW" S 41 tA1of

NI4 of NVi4of Sub DIY of NEW of Dlte _________ _:16 7 U U W. L Hugg __ __
Clerk of Circuit Courtof ENEf _.__ ___28 I I. 15 M. F. Brown _________ '.11 NEW _.________ ___28 6 22 Lydia Tyson w__._ '.31 NE% ot SEW G' E'ex
Bradford County, Florida. NWV.o' NEtG___28 II II 20 11. O. W. Brown ____ 6.11N4AotSWyofN Lot 1, f or EH, of 131k 34 ot in BE of SEEof
7Sl6tl21IN :y4 of Livingston Truby A NW%
NW." 16 6 21 / Oeo. 641 ___ .. .
Co'. Sub Dlv of
"" NB14u SEth
.19 7 12
:: HelenoungId ---------------- ... e. .. _
BH of BW 7 of'NWW 31 B S3 20 Mr*. Hallet; .. 13.13: 3. 1 EE t-revatt __
CIRCUIT COt'RT II I( Lydia Tyson _________ Lag 8 300 ft of NWV4) of SBV4BH
BRADFORD COUNTY: LYNCHA: Lot 1, 8. 8. 4. 7. I of Blk BSotot Elk !7.--ngiton W ot Ry ----_______19 7 22 6 Foremost Dairy Prod-
1 Town of Lawtey. W of Sub DlvN144t

CORA(1IGRY B! CRABTREB. Ry ____________________11 B 21 Roy Reddish __..______ 18.14 olu.J '4.Gc 37NEVI. U 1 II -.A. O. Jenkins ________ UI of a 1 A lot In SW Cor net CG. _?___n______
Lot 1 4 6 of Blk. 1 Townof of aU iiiI
IIJk of
SEW of of
". Plaintiff I DIVORCE Lawtey W. of Ry __..11 B 21B H. L Cotton _____.__ '.1iI fI, Livingston Truby 41 Lot. a A 4ofB1k14in 8EW. 8BW-19 7 S3 W. H. Griffin ....

CRABTREB Lot 5, of Blk 1 Town ofLo1"V.t.bl Co' Sub Diy ot NE G'NE14 Hampton ._______...18 7 22 _
C. H. Defendant. W of Ry __--33 22B H. L. Cotton ____.___ 7.08 ________________2. I I. A. O. Jenkins _________ a.a9 Lot 7, I, 9 -of-- Blk II In Mr*. F. P. Croft I

TO APPEAR 4, Town of Lot. 9. 10&BlftofLotsT Hampton ....___.____19 7 22
VOTICR I -- Mrs. F. .
THE STATE OF FLORIDATo Lawtey W of Ry -_____21WH 21B Mary M. Bennett .._. 11." t D, Jones Ad- I E 25 ft of Lot 1 Sub Dlv P. Croft
C. II. Crabtree, whose residence of Lot S of Blk. 7 h ot'.l: Starke._.. JI 6 $2 Dr. A. E. Dunham ____ 11..' of SWVi of SE%, C. J.

I I. unknown: Town of Lawtey W of Lots 1 I. 4 ot Blk C, JonesAddition Weckallub Dlv ________18 7 22 Mr. Edith
It I I. hereby ordered. that you are fly A"_Bailey -_-Vll 11 11B Mr. Mamie L. Edward 4.95 to Starke12 J2 Dr B. L. Biggs _.___._ It." NH of NEW A SWW of Rawley
required I to appear on September 7, All S. Lot A: Lute 1' 2 8. 4, of Blk t', NEW lees 3 A right of
: flag Lot 1.* Town of ts
above-entitled Courtto Temple Addition of
1936 the before Bill of the Complaint filed against Lawtey. W of Ry ____...11Dlaa 11B Dr. G. W. Brown ...... 32.65 Stare _-_____________28 8 II A. H. Hall .________ 13.13 ;J'AI.SH..* 2 A NEW In SB of
entitled and Lot I, Town of Law Lots 1. I. U. 14 of BJk 18. Cor ____ ____
above cause ________ 7 U 115 Inca Pollard I
Bradford County Telegraph 1* hereby tey W of Ry _._______ 11 13B Roy Reddish -. 6.21 .. Addition' to SWy4 of NW _____U 1 U fO Ivey
Lot 61 Town of Lawtey B Stark. ZI U F. A. Scott _._:____ 11.111 EV of NW of SWy 8. Humphrey
designated a* the duly qualifiedncwapaper --- ---- % ___U 7 22 10 R. T. Corbin __ g
of Ry 23-24-25-26 21 L. H. Hill ____.__ 16.13B84ftofLot7&E35 Lot. b -- --
In which I this order hall Lot I. 11 84 of EI4 ot BW" of NWI4 n.,21 7 U 20 J. V. Jon*_. ___ I
b* published once a week for four II of BJk 19. TemplesAddition II A In Nlif Cor ot NWof *
consecutive week ft of. Lot 6, Town ofLawtey to Starke ____ZI U F. A.. Scott ____________ '.011 NWVi ---------------9 7 22 E Knott A Pitt I
Witness my hand and the seal of E ofRy 'Lot II ot DJk I Wynne Ad- Lot 1. 1. 8, 7, 8, 9, 10
Htarke, Florida thl ___.. 23-24-25-26 5 12 Dorr Trowbrldge ._._ '.12 28 1 21 ome Marr 15 Sub Dlv of N' ot
this Court at Town dition to i'ltarke _____ _____ 1.1 _
of July. 1936. Lot 8 of Lawtey E I 8 1. ot Elk i. NEW of NWW-8* A--29 7 22 .
29th day Lore 2. 8. 1 Rebecca Johnson
( SEAL) of Ry 23-24-25-26 6 .12 Geo. F. Young _.__._._ 24.0B City Park Sub Div W A 8'.... ot sww of SWI4 ___.80 7 22 20 Pat Adams ..._ i
OFFICIAL J. THOM A.A. Lot 20 Town of Lawtey B C'. Addition 10 Stark.11 S II w. B. Watson _..,___ ..11 NWW of N\VW ___80 7 23 fO Oeo. F. Verger I to
B 22 Mr R. Harmon .._ 2.10
of 23-24-36-26 B.
Clerk of Circuit Court Ry -------- Lots 7 8. 13. U 111 16. Lot f of WH of NWSi._._31 7 22 10 Heater Adam t
; Bradford (County Florida. Lot 28 Town Lawtey B 17. tie. JII, 20 E12. n, Lou 1. 2. 8. 20. 91. .:'. of
22 Mr. Jennie E. Brown. 10.20E'
of 23-14-25-26 5
G PATTEN AND LANDH17MAttorneya Ry 24, U, ot Elk 2., City Blk 7 Hampton Park 81-32 7 22 Fred A Rose Fox __ 1
for Plaintiff. of SWVi: of SWW of Park Sub.Dlv. W & C'. 3 56 yd* of NEW of NEW
7-SJ-JI-8-28 NEW _24NWW 1 S3 B Young A Chandler .... 7.75 Addition to St.rke ___.21 a 12 W. B. Watson _____.__ 11.2J -5 A A Com 165 yd* Not
of 8W'4 of NEW____24NWW. 6 S3 10 G.o. F. Young ...__.__ ..11I Lots 12. J3. J4. 11. 11. of SB Cor of NEW\ of

.,of NEW of SWWA Rlk 8. City Park sub- NEW A run N 375 yda.
to NE Cor of aald
FOR TAX DEED SWy .. .82 Dlv, W & C. Addition NEW
of 24 B 22 14 F. Geneve Hannon 1
$ 6 22 W. of NBVi, thence W
to Starke -------------2 B. Watson 188H(
<"..a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Road ._..-- _____25 6 22 S L. H. Hill h__________ 1 81 Lots f. II, e. 7. I. II, 10 of yd., thence' E 8 276 yda.thence ,
That L. W. Conway, holder of Tax SEW "f BWU of SWV _25 5 22 10 C. 1. A M. Dlngfelder._ 693B Elk /W City C.a / Sub- b.-10 A,188H also yd* to
Certificate No. 333, laaued the 6th of Div, & Additionto com at
of NWW of SWii Starke. 21. 21 W. B. Watson __ NE Cor of SEW of NEW
day of September A. D. has filed : of of ..___ ..31
8'a itR'y A NH NEVi Lo, 1 2 8 9 1114 18of A run S 110 yda. W 220
same In my office and madeapplication REI4 of BWW -18 B S3 10 Catherine Wllaon _... B 71 ilOp yda N 110
Sub- B
for a tax deed to be I.- NEW of NWW of SEW .__26 5 23t 10 n.1.. Brown .......____ 683 Elk 6, yda, 220yda
to 5 __ '
, sued thereon. Said certificate embraces Div W & C's Addition beg- A __-__85 7 22 SO L. T. Dyer m" .
following described prop.erty 1 of Lot SWW 10O ft of s'\v'% :. aide A to Starke __ ________21. II W. B. Watson _______. ..a. NEW of NWW & NEW of

nth"'h County of Bradford, adjoining State Road Iota I. 8. 10. 11. 12, 13. 14.Jft. SEW of NWW A WH of

e State of Florida to-wlt: right of way __-26 S3B E. B Burney ._u_____ 13.02 16. 17. 18. 19. 20, 21. :! Wroad NEW ex 4 A
f 1auth.Jo ....t Quarter of North- HH "f SEH of SEW of 22 0' Elk 7, City Perk for n____ ._______.35 7 22 66 Mr. M. G. Constantine I I
Eaat Quarter of Section 12 SEW WH of SF.li of 8ub.Dlv.V & Ca Addition Beg at a pt on W side of

Township 6, South Range HiEaat >> SK' 4 A 1'1.t.' of SWtJ of ta Starke __ ____.21 6 22 W. B. Wataon_____.___ 12.21 Hy right of way on Seo
containing 40 acre moreor SE'' A SEW of SEW of Lota 6 h.ogl Blk I : line A run N on right ,

lea. "BWW _. _.- ___-27 B Si 65 E. E. Burney _________. 11.10 tyJ'Pj.k8'S ,,. W ; of waY 70 yda, W 85
The aaHeeament of the said property Wt, of SEH of MW% C'" Addition to 8t.rk..ZI 6 21 W. B. WahoD _______._ 1.1' floe, S 70 yda. to Bald Sea
under the aid. certificate la- EH of ESf 8W> ofBWW 314Ain of 8WL48 thence B to ,begwV. -
II'O':: :
cued was In the name of Anna O. I -__ ______-__..21EH S 12 30 W. R. Dixon _,---_____ '.811 of St. known as VaV'lII' 7 22 C. A. Youngblood i
!Mtirrhee.Unlea of Lot 14 A all Lot 15- J. O. Alvar.s rce. Elk In s ; .. 7 22 40 E. L. Klncnen -
said certificate shall be redeemed In Woodlawn _10 5 11 15 L. R. Denmark _______ 7.81 1tark. ex 1 Lot In NW W6AofAu ofSWy4of
according I to law, the property Lots 65. 66. 67, 51 In Con sold to :I. L. Peek28 4 21 4 J. W. Andr.w., Jr. .__. ".01 NE% & 9E4 of NWl\ _- :2 8 22 45 R. M. Hereey -' I
described therein I will be aold Woodlawn -.11WH 5 S3 40 Mra. Maude Wainwright One lat U\o., tt N & S by NH of NWV4 of BWW\ __,_ 2 8 22 20 O. F. Washerman 1

to the hlgheat bidder at the court- _____n__.....__ 13.86 106ftE45 Win NE Cor EH of NEW of SE% _____ 3 8 22 20 J. L. Harden. A Sent I
houae door on the first \ which of NWW of NEW -13 I S3 20 W. R. Dixon __________ 131 of Lot lying 23614 tt 8 ot Beg at a pt on W side of
the h:07dO'y tl r'S.rbl..ir: :; W of NEW of NWW of Madison St Bounded N Hy right of way on N
la ; 1936. NEW A KH of NWW of hy :I. W. Hay... E by line of Sec 3 A run Son

Dated thla 2Bth day of July, 1936. NW2..of NEW _. ::._.at. 12 JOC. E. Burney _._._____ 2.14V,4 On.Sandlote1rs06StftNSby___28 6 21. Mike Dew ___.____,__ f.07 right of way 96 yd*.
(OFFICIAL REAL) % of N% of NWW Of 51tt ;W ldUslGdl N 96 ydaT to
7 A. J. THOMAS, NWW ____94NH 13 15 C. I. A M. Dlngfelder. '.Ia E W Bounded N by line, thence Bon
L Clerk of Circuit Court .. of SWuofSEU. ____ 2 1 33 20 Ell Grlffl ______-?_ ..07 Call 81., S nbrn Mitchell., said line. to b..c-% A 4
I of Bradford County, Florida. SEW of NWU ex N 200 ft W by : Cookseys In NE', ot NW'4_______ IllS 1 C A. Youngblood
7-J1-51-8-J8 A ex right of way _____ 1 6 23 14 R. H. Russell __..._ 1020 Addn to f'lI.rk.' ________2. 6 II-E. H. Smith __?_____ 11.04 NWYor NE'i N'! ot
NW of NEW of SEW ____ 5 6 23 10 Millard R. Judd __.__ 1.98 Com at NW Con of 8an- NW'4 NW\4 ot SW.10 I 22 160 Unknown __ .--_ 21
i NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR SH of NH, of NEW of SEWNEW 5 6 23 10 Huaaell B. Judd ______ 3.98 d..r.on Lane Hogan WI" ot NE',4 of SW\4\ of !
I TAX I> :EI>>> : of !NEW .-____ _____ 7 6 23 40 Adam Green -___.._ 4.01 Alley & run N an said NW14 ------ __ jfEH 8 22 11:1.: O. Koller -
.\ << NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN WV of NWW of NW! __. 1 6 33 10 Adam Green _.___..__ 1.64 &I ft to holfan Alfe'' .Alf SH of NWU W of
p That Laurence O. Weakley holderof WvJof A thence E 60 to beg InStark. State Road No. 28 ex
( Tax Certificate No. 206, leaned/ the SW cor of\Jl of W\\: -_ .!-_--_---__-28 6 II D2'. E. 1. Blggi ...._._ 17.1. 10 9-100 A deed Roe
2nd day of July A. D. 1834, has A WH of SEW. of SWW- 6 33 101 Jerome Thlrach ___.. ".83 One lot com 50 ft W of Manning Aug. 21, 1909 4
filed earn In my office and ha. EH;: ot SWW of SEW A NW Cor of Sand.raon A ex 1 A to Moorer ___12 1 S3 W. A. Jones _._ .
mad application for a tax deed to WVi of HEW of SEW___ 98ESVEW 6 21 10 Mr. Alfaretta Geaener- 1.65 Lane & Hogan Alley & SWW of 8WW of 1 S3 1OT. L. Harden A: Son 4
be laaued thereon. Said certificate NE* E* run N Ill ft. W 67 ft. S .' All SW\i.---1I\
embrace the following described : -_* !1O 6 22 120 Wm. E. Tarbrough.... 21.85 I. ft. W III ft. S 1l1'ofo tt f .e, -"" ... By :x'41OO In SW co !u 8 S3 IS J. H. Lawrence :
property In the County of Bradford NWU ot""SEWr. NEW"of to Hogan Alley thence 4411 ft ot NE' at SE"
mat of Florida, to-wit: SW' E of Ry ______-10 6 S3 60 Mr. Alice Humphrey 11.85 E on said Alley 140! to of S 38' I
North half. of Northeaat Quarter WH Of NWW of SWW .__11 6 32I : 20 W. E. Yarbrough.. 4.67 beg in Starke ____ --.EI 6 II Dr E. L. BIen ___ 20.11 W A :SWt4-7 rAo'-ih rp-j:1I: 7 UnknownS -- -

of Snutheaat b South of Section SH of NEW of 8WW-_____14 S3I 10 L. B. Bobaln .-__?___ 7.4S One Jot of land In Starke262ftN45 o n of NEW of SEW I ly
r 11 lb. Rang* 11 SH of SWW of SEW; A 8 by 110 tt ing N of Ry being8 ft
East, containing 20 Acre. moreor SWW of SE'4 of BEWIS 83I SO Blanch I. Wbltten .... 1.63 E A W Bounded N by N45 Bby111ftB45 W

learn.The EH of SEW of SEW *x 2 St & B by SandersonLane Parallel with Ry ______ I
aaaeaement of the aald property A in SB cur -_______..__IB 22 20 B. Wataonlg _________ 11.11 _- __--__--_-------U 6 II 3. W. Harrell _.____ 32.76 NE'4_ ot EtS of 13SH 22 Peter OalneaJ. '
,, under the said certificate ,taetied All NW'of SWW W of Com III tt Eo' NE C'nr ot NEE: 111
__ _
% ___
wa In the name of L O. _______U 6 22 9 H. H Toung _________ ..11 Broadway A Hoyt Bt" 41 AW of AW ____13 8 U 60 : D. ThompsonLeigh Pearaall
8 22
'WH "H of ---- -- .0 M.
Weekley, Truetee.Tnleae All .. "of"swi4 of Ry run N J05 ft. E 52'A tt-8 S'-40 8E'4 RW'4 41

( said certificate shall be redeemed I In Sec. IB A a fracl of 106 ft. to Hot 1ft. "" of NW'4 --_______: I II aoo Leigh M. P..a nell 83
according to law, the property SEW. of 8EH Sec. 14 A a Lots tt to beg In SIark..1I 6 II Edna C. Lewla ___._ 13.21 Lot t -- ----------____9f 9 :II 34 Leigh M. p.an all ,
described therein will be aold fracl of of
to the hlgheat bidder at the courthouse Sue,. 21 A NEW a fracl NEW of : In Jo 3,.:i"'6., 1 1:1nB toStark. Lota Lot 1 I.--2.-3. 4.-----_________3/g6 8 3 II I' II Leigh M.M Pearaall Pearaall 41'

door on the tint Monday In NWW of NWW See 12. ___--__________ 1 II I Jln. Onl. Freeman ___ 8.09 Lot 4 ex 13 A -In---NE-- Con 111 Leigh
the month of October 1936 which I* all EofRyex11AS&E Com at SW ('01' oMad.sou _
the 6th day of October 1936. of pub road Bold Saun- Myrtle 81. 10: tonS mid ltillLota3,5f E!
Dated this 19 day of August, 1.... (OFFICIAL BEALiA. A frae of EH of AE Bee .36 3 22 403 Leigh M.
no N no tt. to 1I4adl- Lot. J a. 8 56'
Itt or
Clerk THOMAS of Circuit Court 14 A a frac of \ of eon thence E on said Frael Sec ._____-h_____ I 22 252 Leigh M. PearaallLeigh 13'
W of
I NEW Sec 11 y- I'1t' IJO tt to beg In Oa.. Lots J -
./o1f Bradford County, Florida. 21 A .. _. .., 14-11 4 SI S3 R.". O. A. Thrower .___ 9.79 kin. Addn to StarkeIA 2. 8 ------------3 22 141 M. Pearaall !

( & 1 NWW! If NWW --- 17. 23 40 Jerome Tblracb -.__.__ 14 63 __ __ ___. _21 6 U I C. S. Boltulldorf _._ 7." C. A. KNIGHT. Tax Collector Bradford County,, F7oftdasrr *

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:;-- ELECTIONc -- '- --- ---- -- -. --- ., -_.--- __.. __ _____ _, u_

,,011 : or eia1tur' of have to." Spanish Revolt limitless resources of all kinds with bordeaux or ammontacal cop-

!*BA.h'(. 'II".titutlon of lUll, "Why u"I-"I The experts are certain that In per carbonate are necessary. Chry
l r'h. ,da did pa.a two "
oDder,SIte i ,' ,,r ,ii, >posln .mendrg fore he Proves FireworksThe case of trouble. Japan and Germany anthemums should have plenty of
'*>l U tutlon lrrii' the "I dont know." Suz tried to I would enter Into an accord. water and bi-weekly applications

..,\ : '' *" ".I the,f three.ame fifth were speak casually as if sh.' were tell- ordinary pattern of a revo- and the enemies of 1914 would become of some fertilizer will help them

I .0'.. ,-lected to each ing the truth and not II 'lie "1 suppose lution Is simple and well established allies too.
i"n said Joint
J tII'thai' : <,,red upon their there s so much excitement : Comparatively radical or liberal The whole situation la charged If army worm appear in the

.tIn; *,* j,,. with the yea* about us all the time It didn't seem elements within a country rise with dynamite there Is no question flower garden dusting with arsenate

hw rI"'h"'-a ii, i,nd that they the did aaldIn"I11 de \ important. against a conservative or monarchist but that the outlook la much of lead will help to control

ue submitted to "Not Important! When rye just I government. The French and darker even than In the dark daysof these pests.

""tor R..oJ:. '(,,,,. ,-tate\ mber at the 193'Qen- Suxy |fratly attrsjCtMl to Andre nlng when the horse-chentnuts lent found you. Only a few hours we've American revolutions are examples 1913 before Sarajevo. One of Yellow spots in the lawn are

g'T"H' i F"RE. I. R. A. ORAl Ch rvUle, aristocrat and avl- their to Paris had together always with a crowd of this. the best of the foreign observers probably Indications of the chinch

lar) :C .'J'M b'!" .h'".t i the notice State that ofi a ator. ships' him In fury when hUiUKhlnicly that is.witchery Give the others what'For they me. of people around us until tonight!" The current Spanish revolution recently: said that Europe has been bug and the owner should get the

I h., '' ELI CTXON,1pId tolls) her he aitked her want of Before Suzy could speak, he had violates the accepted rule The drifting toward war for years- jump on this Insect: by dusting the
; and
..H ;., "h oUflt,UCCefdIflS)' in Flor the to dance became he unit his f rlrridnfltpped they want course This la as party.much" as I taken her In his arms and was party In power in Spain--"The but that now it la marching. That grass with tobacco dust or roten-

Ud'.dai-!, -: ., ,'mb..r A D 930.pdu .. a coin to determine who Sheer my kissing her. Government"consists: of so-call- Is no exaggeration. And the "little
surprise at someone's act-
!lid Ion, .- 0.oniMBER';'Inll': the: fthouM be her partner. She tell, Ing as If there were nothing to I "I don't know why you're going ed liberals and radicals whose beliefs Spanish match" could explode the one.If marigolds have not been staked .

Ht ,' : I" or rejection of Molzle she want to Mall. home on fear caught the attention of the but this I do know-we have a few range all the way from a mild whole powder keg. now Is the time to do It. using

''b'd' ::11lit. .lullons Constitution propoa. first boat. Jtmt. then thf'III an terrified men and women. But minutes snatched from eternity. I semi-socialism to communism. The From the commercial standpoint, the same methods those for
; ">"
0ndir ;' I ." Ida. vi. air raid. Andre knew he must follow I shall always remember how your rebels are the reactionaries--the the effects of the Spanish uprisingwill chrysanthemums. Unless these

'! 'Ol t > 'Ir.t'OLUTION, section 8 of the. what he had begun. up I eyelashes are tangled because they I Spanish equivalents of Tories and naturally be unfortunate, plants are staked the heavy Win
....n'X'll r i i-onstltutlon of CHAPTER !SIX "But where Is the music7" he are so long how your shining hair monarchists. whichever side wins. When a and rains of September will break

"i r "ida. Relating- asked In mock smells of- jasmine how one corner At this writing, the revolution Is country's resources must be given them down. Marigolds' may be
II' reproof. "Oh
,. .d Infirm you
r" ., i A. For the second time In her life. neglected to have the orchestra. of your mouth only one mind still in fuU swing, and both sides over to revolution It has no moneyfor sown now for late autumn bloom I

I "il f fd'H> 'Iilf. *...:". .-.". Suzy knew abject fear. but now bring their Instruments. So much you smiles as If it had a secret. are claiming great victories both cars, cotton, machinery or the Dixie Sunshine, Harmony Golden

I 110' !"!.I. '" FI.rIdaI.f Artc. xm 0het4tate0tFI0r she did not run as she had done the better--we'll all sing' Will you remember me. dear one ?" say they are certain of success other goods Spain usually buysIn Emblem, and Guinea Gold are very

,I i I from Terry's room leaving him. as He started the first "As long as I live. wherever I Normally such a civil war would some quantity from the United satisfactory varieties of marigoldsin
,0':: ,<, .visions' for the. song himself Interest to States. Furthermore! Rualneaa Florida the horticulturist explains -
: whatever be of great ,
i Unfortunate be. she thought, dead on the floor. Everyone and everyone joined In. Even am happens I'll never not any of''I
:"In'C, h..reby amended, else was rushing to the Suzy found herself An- forget this night," she said softly. America and Europe. Hut the cha- Week points out that "effects .
u'he''. ., .i: .d d l -It.avreed the elector to and of door leading to the cellar. Her other explosion, louder and nearer Andre talked on gay. bright, otic European and Asiatic situations -\ Spanish trouble on France and i\' Torenlas may be Increased or
Britain best customer, next
M uL "i- In at the next gen feet refused to move. Then she then the others came. The loving talk but Suzy was silent un- being what they are. the (our fresh plantings may be started by
I It' held on the first saw Andre and all her song lit finally she said they must be Spanish revolt Is of tremendous to Canada) are more Important to sticking tip cuttings Into sand
'>" firnt Monday Ire superficial wavered for a moment, then rang
"> : I ratification or feelings of pride and anger vanished. out stronger more confidentlythan going. Maizie would. be worried. International as well as national, us than what happens" to our own These cuttings! take root easily

|,lor d. ,. hall t uon 3 read of aa Article fol-. She was just a frightened woman before He had saved the Maizie was more than worried. significance Spanish sales. Spain has been of and are usually ready to put out in

II' i and by age-old instinct turn- situation They found her sitting in the taxi, Today roughly speaking, all Europe a very important from purchaser beds a fortnight after being placedIn

I ivHpectlve counii ed to a strong man for I the luggage piled around her, fu- Is divided into two camps manufactured goods England, the sand.Tender .
don't hear
'1 J protection.He "Why. the bombs
1..11 provide In the loss of this business will hit Britain
.,t., ibt\ law, for tho. evidently had been looking any more," said Suzy a little later. rious. She wall just about to drive fascists and anti-fascists. Germ- hard have an unfavorable Influence I Hummer annuals such aa

,, tnhatl'pr" "' who misfortune by reaaon., may of for her and bounded across the now "Even terrible things don't last off to the station she said as there any la faaclst. So Is Italy. So Is on her balance of trade, thus. zinnias, Tlthonta, marigolds ant

:.Ilro"\!> '"i the aid and .*"". almost deserted cafe to help her forever," said Andre. was barely time to catch the boat Austria. France Is anti-faacutt. reduce her buying from other | Torenliaa will bloom successfullyuntil

Bvl/iriv--' provided however law. With his strong hand holding her. It was after dawn when they train. The Spanish rebels If they succeed countries, Including the U. S.V.TKINS November. Thus, the garden

Ijffot r'iiilatup, ',mlform"ay by general State-wide. little one, his voice reassuring her. came out on the street after the Andre drove with them. There will establish a fascist government owner may still sow seeds of these
l.f ivnffltn and appro- she able to was time for only a hurried farewell In Spain. atiJ' followingthe --- --- .---- -
l t l II> was move again. They long vigil underground. Andre said plants and grow them to maturity
moTh'". therefor but no such before the train pulled, out and German-Italian pattern, will \ LISTS WOKK

Li II" .hlill. who provide ahall not benefit have. the two girls saw him running rule through power of might at TO 1.B nONE IN \\AKM before the winter blooming annu

?wUleiii wr-ori,,' >f the state of Flor. 1 can't let yougodear" along beside their window, smiling the expense of all civil liberties. \\K.\TIIF.H IN (lIIHENMGAINESVILLE : sis are ready to bed out.
for a 1X Pr|i lod i>r",ceedlnK f five I year his appll con he whispered. "I and calling to them until they And If they fall It will still be evident -

.therefor nil! r shall such genuw .. .' just found it Out" were beyond the train shed. that o substantial minority in Although the

pre ld in> ..for count benefits of ac to* who anyioh.h .i "I can see why you feel as you I Spain. Is opposed to all liberal tendencies weather In lute August and Sep

I II attained the. atre of slxtyVfari Lw.s :; \ do." said Maizie. favors a militaristic dic tember Is not conducive to extra

) PruMded.' lOW of further the. united, that I "Oh Maizie I wonder If you do? tatorship. (The present Spanish manual labor In the flower I

,i.b a) P'I)" ..11 different period' He's everything I've always dreamed government leaves much to be desired there are a number of garden'l :;t

."dnCf im '>i cltlaenshlp shall I about and didn't believe could In the light of American and can be done In the cooler 'rrcates
rd. for the State ofIda' I
.011 r par'\. Ipate In any Fed be real\ He's all the story-books British ideas of freedom but by the day to keep the garden In good I

I Irani"- 'ha inlKht be made for : | come true--and I'm never going to comparison with Germany and shape, says. John V Watkins, asslMtunt ".
Legislature may
I Ib.u purpc \, i requirements hr as to I I see him again, never" Italy, It stands solidly for civil lib- horticulturist with the University 4kL ';)

Hunlc IK< wW residence aa willmfiBtfV I | They were just going up the ertlea.) of Florida College of Agriculture L-I ,I
and not t In con- __ ]
.lIhI I, F-deral tjiw." \ 0 gangplank when a cheery voice To continue, France la the last ,'''I.

proved ,I'M' ).. 4. lf>35. 4'\II\ called to them: Important mainstay of DemocracyIn Chrysanthemums, the next Important '

1 i "Reservations for deck chairs. Europe. Even now she Is bor- garden group to bloom, ')

A JOIN"=:'!Amvndment RESOLUTION'ilngii to!ArticleII Sunny side all the way across. And dered on two sides by fascist should now be from eight to fourteen *

,'<) of the r-onstltutlon of the. not within a thousand miles of a states, which hate her and are hated Inches In height. In order to BSouLTnr -.

tie of Florida Relative to Cities submarine." I by her In turnGermany and have many' stems of blossoms on ----. Mouset

II t Count..olnd lot H,. The L.III.la.are _ Suzy wheeled around. There was Italy. If Spain goes fascist and, the small-flowered varieties the rAM BUILOINO*

ITkrXtsIr ol Klurldnt Amendment tow ,, something familiar In that voice. aa. would doubtless follow enters tip buds should be pinched out FREE-BIG I ss coo-on TO.

it .lbs VIII(following Jf the Constitution of She faced Andre, a steward's cap Into an accord with Germany and twice during the growing season. I DAY Ms his 5-iles

Milt, >f Florida relative to clt.4 '5 on his heRd."But.you. Italy France would be almost en- Provisions should ba made to ftaaflnf Book I 1 s, says Montr
..uuntlfto be numberedin Ord., leellse let
to ">r said Article VIII. be. didn't jump on" tirely surrounded by Inimical, fascist supply the chrysanthemum plants, '-5. pasitr 5.1 l. b.idi.js,
tl. wn. If, hereby agreed to I I I i train; we aw you turn back, protested powers. all longing to tear the Mr Watkins *ayis. Square wooden ..SECTUD rIOM FACTOST-YIIIQH1 )
ihill b> submitted to the. I is > OIM MM proMHSr .
lolthi> State at the .. el..e-I | Maizie. Tricolor from its mast. In that or heavy wire stakes driven cloxo > sealS(* eM.T-r .

'ion ro b( held on the d i Andre burst out Utighlng case nothing but a miracle could to the plants are satisfactory for Fall UM ol Use Ceetod Pisss.d tt .tIOOUM.

,dsy mb"0 1 .ftpi the 1936 first for ratification Monday 1 A pilot couldn't let a. train beat prevent war. this purpose\ Light bamboo lulisa u4 IhiMlo. AUIus
.rtiot. ,u wit ; i him. now could he '' Then with It Is strongly rumored that both canes: are not recommended as they mil etTN M Bios hvm IsiS k> re*
tIon 1 to(' The Legislature shall his most engaging smile: "Maizie tend to swing or twist In the wind ss.a.I.g lookxv priaM fi.lOlltCeaht
and Germany have been encouraging -
KIWI' ii establish, alter orb Italy 'Sin
r. j Municipal corporation to ,> you're next to the nicest girl In the Spanish rebels, and bend with the weight of therainsoaked U .M c.'woiaet Isj etst .

:nowr if the City. of Key West I world but would you please, oh avery have provided them with arms and flowers late In the "-T M 555 ee. lead ptssd roost
territorially I
'nding limits of Monroe Coun I special please, go away for a other supplies.In 'season. After the stakes have lot Ma flU P..iis SMS.I4NAH .

stilt' place of any and or local all coun gov- minute?" the Far East, Japan wishes to been placed, the plants should be 's5l. f.I.S r.Hct AND Roorma Savannah cat .1

hInd atM\ boards municipal, bodlea and offl- \ He laid his arm around Suzy'ashoulder. dominate the Pacific---but first, tied firmly to them with heavy $5.5 PaIlS tUmpUi Mill Reonng Boon, eleaFnl4lil

\ nHtitutlonal, or statutory.ad- she wishes to dominate Asia. All cord or raffia, these bindings being I'sv Puil Press
'Utiv unthmd. xeL'uttve.shall Judicial prescribe, or the "I can't let you go, , "
I.JKII\ powers duties and whispered. "I just found It out.. (i ambition Is Russia, which Is To control leaf spot, a common Yes_ 0 .- 1
?ion& "' ueh municipal corpordiflxlntlve -I were the last to reach the comparative he had to rush home there mightbe t leave Andre. that:
"And I can you. of several varieties of 2
the best-armed country In disease 9La__ -
Ju- _-
executive safety of the cellar. It was word that because of lastnight's I posHlbly JU.
Iil! and olnoinlot rat lv.. departlnand cancelled. I've known it all along. the world, and which has almost frequent sprayings
chamber and only raid, his leave was .
"; hoards bodies and of- a long, narrow Maizie sailed alone. -- ------- -. --
.5. ( IMdi. the territory In- lighted by two or three dim electric lit. hurt by r
Next week: suzy
,J.JIii >u h municipality Into ub- (
fuit, dlitil'-tF l I' and to prescribe a light bulbs. But fortunately But that night he was back at Huron de Churtllle'a rwrptlon anangry hNNEmfi{

I'md,for, -u rea Ii, ,noble municipality system and of taxa-dlsi it was of heavy conbtruction. the cafe. He had two or three days and worrli-J at what she cLOI1IUA 1IjIJj!! { .. ,...... ,A! /

I" ; and '" fix the liability of There was another explosion; before he must return to his flying apes In Andre' room Andre,
I mu, lonliu and district field. had conflicting emotions another
nearer. Suzy fuwinutt-d by
led and .ithoi Indebtedness. ex- this one louder, evidently mrrla and I Is
fh. of the establlshilof his arm around! Suzy when she saw him come In -
'jat list Andre threw woman) .
::r ,,, .. 5w.ht
I U. h, municipality shall and smiled at her reassuringly. She and directly toward her. She had --- .. ;,
nlj against property'tutor :
'unable theref ,r. The was still frantic with fear, but bya prayed that she would never see F MM HHMH MHMMM IMM M MMMMMMHI

dlatur. shall from time to time great effort she managed to give him again--she had known she I Hints To HousewivesWeekly
'rmlnc whut portion of said mu- in could not bear It. if he did not
of a smile
.nllt> i rural area and a him an approximation 1
mtead i iuch rural area. shall return. come that night. fro'-e;;:
Ie limited as If In a city ort Suzy had only two days more to .
Such municipality may ex..rIII "Maizie!'! screamed Suzy, suddenly -
ihr powers of a municipal from An- be In Parts but she did not tell tlon Sporlallnta), TaJl"h---ee
roratlon, and shall also be rvcoft4 i wrenching away Andre that. By a stroke of luck
.. ai one of the legal political I dre. "I must find her. If she's
Moiuof the State with the dutiesobligations she and Maizie had been able to AND CEILINGS
>I of a county andII hurt- home. She shudderedat WALLS
tit entitled to all the powers, "Nobody's hurt," he answered get passage When the Nation-wide survey of
hit and privileges, including reputation the thought of the crossing made
In these raids. They housing needs was
"Few are
In the State Legislature, I Submarines were as terrifying as farm
I'll, would accrue to It If It were sound dramatic they certainly are Maizie hatsuggested about a year and a half ago. 148,-
ountjr All property of Monroe but about all they do Is to bomb-dropping planes. individuals said their first repairs
In noisy, better 000
itf and if the municipality perhaps they'd
I.aUnt) ihull vest In such mu- scare pretty little American girls would be to walls ceilings
,ul orpuratlnn. When establlshherein wits." stay, but Suzy was .
their floors.If
out of and
y provided The offices of "What ever you say, kid said
Herk .it the flrcult Court and Maizie closed her eyes. Perhapsif "And needn't say why the walls have damp places
-'Iff ihalt not be abolished but she did not see the cowering men Maizie you spots that Indicate that the roofor
I 1.0,1'0'[ II.. may prescribe the and you're In such a rush to get home. or leaked the orig I '
ih i th.. method by and women. their faces drawn flashings have .1 ; "
iid act II -
and I know you're
"lit" -i, ..rrirps shall be. filled she could believe what he I "I know inal cause of the damage must be I _1 : .
Ih., .t !I" nxatlnn to be paid to ghastly ing sensible for once. These ParIs la doneto 1' .If, .
.'it I, tnd may vest In them was saying, even though her reason swells can certainly slay a girl, dealt with before anything work will I : ..: .. ;;: J4cttft! %
I"" lie to i the new
No brave
all"i", vt>rb and duties. told her It was a I've seen and heardthey're the wall or : _..J'
on'v from all
'ffl shall be. abolished or but .. .
The whole scene
WIdaid with another office give her courage. nothing to tie to. unless' he wasted.
"'J' 1" tiK IIB; provision for the was eerie. She felt as 11 she were class or an Again cracks I m the walls or '
.'" -r .lit State duties now Innumerable IcI- /ou're of their own he due to the house
.. jabbed by ceilings may ,
r-nft iir-nrrlbed by law to be being heiress to billions. foundations
''" 'ore ij ouch county orncer. .:Ies. on the settling on Inserur" WOA'LDSLd4eGEsr
strangely quiet I
hIt8 titnlned herein shall af- still Suzy was extra beams or supports
explosion case
1 /lo ctiii, 20 of Article III of the Another violent last day in Paris, as she and Mai In If exter
Hitutlun'' "f the State. of Florida, nearer. A sharp scream from a their bugs paid their may be necessary. It:
r-K x i Iu.'h. thereinIII zie packed they may need
A man was moan- walls are
'" t I.. woman sounded. did all the little things ior t' !
!? '"nulutlng the Jurlsdlcf"and bills and InsuUtlon. 414W/NE A/.e .
duller of any class of offummnnlnll' !- Ing. Another was praying. A woman accumulate for doing at the furring and ;
s.It and Impan..lllnl cried she could not stay to be which To point up a crack In plaster '
'n4 last everythingwas STAT/OAS
:4 And petit jurlu. to assessing toward the last moment At so the filling will I: "
and ran widen It
sheeting lances for county pur- burled there done and dressed In the tail
"'POnRatlo"set and to ,regulating the fees and stairs. It was Andre realizing that suit In which she was to travel hold. fill with a ready-mixed plaster MIAMI E
of county officers. No ored Then I II"
,IMI C IU'horl.lnlr S' | the establishing or Suzy was not the only one he must she sat waiting for Andre. She I smooth and sandpaper. PLO /DA n
King "of such Municipal cor- care for sensed a panic was imminent that she was the wall Is ready to paint or pap4'r.This 0
"Ion him only
had told 4
pumuant to this Section done
,.11 of the situa work can be by anyone
Inn.colnt operative. or effectivettfu0"d and took charge not going to the cafe that evening ,
!! by a majority of the tion. would spend it somewhere who can work on a stepladder.
.lectors 1 but they hopele -
ktii.i'l' participating the matter friends? If the walls or ceiling seem
held In said .county but
alone together. convenient
lonor al Ouch loud voice. Then | bad and It Is not
a municipal corpora- he cried In a rode on one of the little gy
.101. und"r this Section the "This Is not a funeral They dinnerat to undertake complete replasterins ,
"Ialure cheerily: and had
5. lain. may amend or extend Let'sdrink boats up the river be better to cover them 1. .. Sporreo I
cellar. It ,,
wine may -
it aUlhorl.ln"", the. same with- parlor. It is a St. Cloud. It was late when -
rotor.ndum w.llboard'Someof
to the qualified vot- sort
-I tflie. up." to Parts but Suzy with some
the Legislative act pro- they returned ornamentaland. .410
d158" materials are
tOt '\leh amendment or cxP A waiter from force of habit wasn't tired and would these AVrEIlOCOUS

; ;;:1n .hail DroVlde for such refer.11'.d turned to him and asked for his said like to she walk. It was such a beautiful while they are rather few heavy tools to

*;t 'Inne 4. 19JS. rder. Through little, crooked handle. It requires but !
night. in
Andre as skill to nail them -f PEN/ZEN
"Pommard 76, said dimmer than they had ever and little OF'THEr
; ; paneled or
'' at a Sometime
54 or a' ln compliance with almy as If he were sitting before because it was wartime place. O.eOAEEFS
\t, ., ""'" 'I l amendments and the been effect .'an be made by
d. cafe on a soft May scarcely wainscot
'aratlons and'ret..rna sidewalk strolled.
T they
'"r V. : with narrow
'...; "" h* subjected to the were going until covering the joinings
where they
r.*"lHtl..ns restrictions : OF KLKfTIOMI. knew '
" and [ :\OTItK battens ;
.,....r. I" 'Md.,1, Mlddleton. mayor of found themselves climbing vertical L
,,, hy law for general w. t: ) they .-.--
S.J." the Hint* of Florida. Fla, by virtue of the author- --- In summer
Htarke, heat
IN TESTIMONY: WHEREOF ity vested In me by law do hereby Instead of walking. said On Mars. mlJu.iy Located on the shores of Biscayne : the extensive provisions bemi
have hereunto set my I call an election to be held at the city "Some instinct guided us. is between 10 and 20 degrees I I is not the made by the Fan-American Airway,
the Miami Florida only
and affixed. the Oreat hall In the aforesaid town by softly. "We're on our way bay, at ,
."al! of the State. of Florida. I qualified voters on Tu.sday. September of- Andre Sacred Heart, and in all the below zero .-- :argest but most beautiful marine air System for the development of Increase
the purpose
T"llnha. .. for the -
; the Capital Ith 1934. to
hlo, the ht day of Aug-ust electing. the following officer: world, I'm sure there Is nothing Each"of the four propeller of I ;ransport base in the world t It is the trade and travel between the U. S. and

'11.1.1.: A I r) 1934 One mayor.Aldermen.One : more beautiful than looking down the Queen Mary worlds largest : nain northern terminal of the Pan- the progressive republics which lie ia

R. A. ORAT. Three Clerk Treasurer, Tax assessor from the heights of Montmarte on \ steamship weighs thlrty-flve tons, \merican line which supplies the United the southern half of our hemisphere!

! 'T.I3lio! | ,) Secretary of State.. One and Marshall.tax collector. Paris lying In the moonlight." I, States with air mail passenger, and ex. As the jaws of the MORAY au

Inspector of said election W :Anderson F. A.- Off toward the north there were '011 HAl II AND SCALPjApANEE )ress service through Florida to 32 powerful and armed with dangerous

I ''I"k, "',' 'OTI'i1I' Scott, U. A. Newsom A. flashes from guns. I OIL I :ountries and colonies of the West In.. teeth it is greatly feared by fishermen
I that 1 will on Heptem- whereof. I hereuntosubscrtbv must be terrible there, said There is to iU ferocity
.. I "''a 1916 i: .r aa .oon thereafter. In testimony name and cause. theseal "It think of you I __ I. II, I lies Central and South America. The no question as

.....for !1 ihI heard apply for a par- of the.my said town to be hereuntoaffixed. Suzy. "I'll hate" to ?b. "5Ie'04 Sestp .....cl._ facilities of this grft international airport and when brought aboard a small akin)

r.01. 4 r In lb 8afl5ell elr".lt Court who was of Brad-con- this the (th day of August when I m gone. i St..54- ..-.. MeW TeeMs not only provide Miami and Florida I it is an ugly customer. Its teeth are sail

'ir4.r" In November, 1131. for A. T>. UlII.IOFFICIAL: SEAL) "Gone where ? ESeSli.1 filL It11I01&1 At All o..eeItfaI aerial gateway I to carry a certain amount of toxic sub
with adequate
'."C IRa*'php"'ln n' cation degree b. heard. AnJ on the one merits d.alrIhe Attest: Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. Mayor. that"In--twelve I'll be mailing hours -out no of less Havre.Ifalzli ) than. I :ws.MS.e1.d.S.l c.. ,sIt _5SmSdWG5'Jot OOTaa T5. 555V'A a l tetwn the an Aro-aruea ItuJ; "1149 4u\ ,'UCD..at.L '-. ....n fislw.e.s. .

W"1- C Kodge* CARL.'Ity Clerk.JOHNS. and I are going home We

Attorney for Petitioner. '-

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished f[ BANKING SYSTEM OF TilE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA, TO BE HELD I Employing the aemollahed death life of themseiv; 'I, """"'"

ON THE 8TH. DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1936. car la which four persona were recently sentenced to 11", r"", ". ur
1877 I killed In an automobile accident death machine ,
nl ,
SHOWS PROGRESS : A Judge Muncey Anderson ofJa.ck.tonvtlh ble fatal result. ? ''Qler
i MEMBERv1ARll1APRESS <= ; Austin Alvarea.H J. M Alderman Anderson, J T. u J Affln.Aivares. R. B. !', hits devised a unique addition to the ,> Xl II| ", 'red

ASSOCIATION I Adklna, A'. ZAndrews Andreas A. O.Alvarez Alexander J B. and effective punishment for traf- for such case* i ,, '"]"
Vf. B.Anderaon pl'\\1 .
Bank Resource Crow W JrAlvarea Vincent Alexander, ''
State J' AliceAndrews I fic and speed ejffenders. Those tache. assert that ,
A. UAnderson Andrew., Mrs. Edith 'he
IQ35 tiro
Billion Hattie LeRoyAnderson convicted la Judge Anderson's Is the
More Than Three A. W. Alvarez ,. most effective" .fence
OJ -J 4 t'a 'J-rUda.- Alvarea, Luela S. Alderman Dora { eo. A court of reckless driving and yet Imposed "]*.
Dollar in a Year I Alderman, G. W. Adklnn. LoisAtndrews. Anderson, Eva I
I Anderson. Myrtle Nell -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class '' Alvarea Annie AJvares, Erroll M

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida NATIONAL BANKS GAIN Bertha Morgan J. W. Montleth .D. A. Ma", ,
'I' Ftronka Bryant, W. E. Matthews E. S. elene ,
Brown H. L. Mundyth .KBt Mon' ,.
I Bronke Albert Barefoot P. M. Bryant tola AE.J lIt..beli. :to p.r. Jr. IIIB'z.' ,, '. '
lithe : = = Editor and Owner Bennett. O. H BaUden. P. F. "$''.R..nl.. W. r. Mannln! .1. C. Mundy. I\Ir.. ,,, .,, ,
E. L. !f _ _ __ American Bankers A..ocia. Bishop H. A. Bookelman. August Bon hum, W. A. Mack. Jcbn Mann ,nit'. W. bltttg, ,, H
Brownie Etta Barefoot Reacy Bonham Mra. W. A. Wm. Manning. Mrs. Margar.tAi Oj"a.., 1h
.. - -- -- ?' '
-- -- tion Gives Details of Banking Bishop Nina R. FUkely Jessie Mae Brown Charlotte Julia Mondet W. E. Matthews. E. L. Age I.. \1,I \''"'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Be..*.leyi O. u Burney. ClydeBennett Bennett, J. E. Morgan Mr.... Vida V. Mitchell Lucile 1I1lta.. t \' \1 FMiddleton.
Institutions Notes Ready, Gertrude Annie MaeBurney Bennett Elma D. Nolla Matthew.. Mr. Haul M. Rr <. \
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Hum., Kdward Qeo. W. Mitchell Mrs. Lu..lle Mtddleton Gerald 111"11(11.( ,,1 II, Ua'
; Conditions t
Stronger Della InglMiddleton
Burns: B0leCrutchfleld. KISS, Ethel Matthews. Mr Ida 1\1. ,;.." \I, '
Advertising Rates on Application Madge M. 11
? III1'annlnll' PA..athrl """ '" II
C .. ur I
Iolarr, MI. 0111. :\l'KI" .
-- -- -- -- NEW YORK. Continued Im- Cha. Hulda demon, Fronle t tNewsom ,
Colley, J. F. Carlton. FredCarpenter Cone, R. C. N
By RED KERCE provemeut In the condition of state Carpenter, D. P. Myrtice Carllitle. J. B. R. A. Naeworthy C. HNewsom S.OC", I" ,
chartered banking Institution, withan Chase Lalla R {Canova OliidysC'rewH Carlton. C. M. Edna: Nor..I., Wm. :-:" >('.I I.. "
Canova, Eunice C. Maud Cooper, RichardDover
Knock, knock. Who's there? Al Smith. (Increase of more tban three bll Col I ley, Lydia Colley. J.- Ray oOillon.
Canova. Florence K. Canova, Levy A. Be..tle Oleon Tltu..
o lion dollars In a year In resources Canova, Paul K Jr. (Canova Mona A.
li shown, In a report Just Clark R. F. Canova, Mary p
Add similes: As unimportant as the new Dionne baby. Fender W. D. Parke. W. !J. Phllhp./" ",, ,It
Issued by the State Bank Dlrlslon I n Peek Clara Loul.e Pralb.1 1C.. p".pp, It tr. I.
I" ,,
American Bankers Darby A. M Duvl, R. J. Mrs Mary Pace. C F. Parks Ethel R. Prir.' .. "I' ?
I) of the Davis., I... A Jr. Davis Luclle Denmark T P. Peek .1. u Pitt.. .1. H. Prleat. If I
of tongUe It's almost time for tion. ASSIJCla.// Davis, K. H. Davie Inca Denmark, P. S. Peek Clara L. Pearce. P. .1. Pr ,..". '. ''. .
The sadde'st words : '
or pen The report was prepared/ Davis, Lee Perryman Darby, ('ha.. Denmark Emily P.rkln., Llnnle Pitt.. Roca 111. Pullull t."
Darby Ida I* Doyle. Mildred Durden, A. A. P..rrym. E. K. Prescott H. A. Prle.t '\ ,..." ,
school again. dlrlslon's Committee on State Bank n"lI1ore..t. R. .F. Demorent Verna J.Dauarherty. '. Dauajherty, Clinton P..ryma" Lois. Prescott. FI..ul..h I"a'' "11 I. L.
Research from data furnished t>j Darby Annie Ida Mae Duncan K. Q Powell Ciras. I. Phillips. E. F.
o naucherty W E. Doyle, J. D.lOdwardii Duncan, Mrs. K. O.Rpperson .
state banking/ department and parallels
Knock, knock. Who's there? Pros. Pros who( ? Prosperity. data IsauaJ by the Comptrol R QullJley, J. T. Qulgley ifk5. Minnie W. J JR
W. J. Jr.
Oh yeah ? ler of the Currency for national \Rd: wards/!Leona', W, ,, Mra.Ruble Doll MaeKdwardN KM ward*., J. M. j jfllt..h
: pperon. : '
oWe .banks which show almllar Improve Edward, W. M. Klllng-ton. Arch Kdwardn, Lucite I. H. Hitch Evelyn R..dlf"ra" .t W
men te. Edward. Josephine Klling-ton. MastrieFrasee Ritch'Herbert C. R.Iter Alice R..d.-ra, Nm, ," .
tell if it is WPA project by the sign: Bitch Isabelle Hitch Mrs. Carrie Il..dlf" John
can always a "The combined resources of 10. II' Ray, Olive E. Richard Harriet Regteterb., (, ?,
Slow men at work. 473 state supervised banks were Futch. ('. A. Annie. A. Fomythe. VaecoFernandes Ray Carrie A. Rtekenbacker T. D. ., "n "'
$35.724.723.000 as of December :31. ISvuFutch Flynn Cleo. B. FUnnlgan. a W. Register Freeman Itlekenbacker Irene RP dgrave I.II'J'
o Verdi. 1:1. Flynn, FlorenceGriffin
1935. the state bank report says. C
We're looking for cooler weather now that Mary Astor's "Total deposits amounted to '30. G Stump. F. P. Rapp. J. B. SU"OIl Dames
T. J. flrlffln Lila Griffin. A. F. Sternberc- Sietrunk Joe B Smith W ,
diary has been closed. 528,920,000. Total loans and discounts Green R. A. Green, Lloyd J. Goodman J. D. I'II.trunk, O. M. Nlstrunk C. H. I'Il1colI'H..n p I
stood at $12.430.404.000:. and Oreen W. H. o riff".. A. J. Goodman, Rosa Scott, F. A. Hllcox. Celena I.mlth''! E!\
p Griffin Mamie E. Grlffl. AneedaClll Urlfft, J. D. S"PP. Wm Silcox Walter Smith: Mr.
total loTestinentu were $14.170,421- Oreen, Mary E. Mm. fly Green, Mm. S. Ines Smith E. H. Silcox. Della Hmllh W I.u"",
Wonder if Jesse Owens, the negro athlete, runs so fast 000." Green, A. H. Gill Florence tirim. WilburGreen Scott Laura Smith'! .1unlu. Af Hapil, Elma p
Green Fannie Ureen, Floyd Inea A. Sternbers Ou..le Swindle. HannAh ,
he looks like a white streak? A rear pievlous, tables la the r. Stump, Eva Sparkman R..M. Scott Sternberg Wllhur"' Ruth
port show there were 10.644 state H IoIlleox, J. L. Sparkman M... Nellie Htck..11 r .
supervised banks, with combined resources Hoover, C. F. Hayes. Ruby A. Hartman Albert Saul". lIrr.. Pearl Sapp. Mr.. Leona Stlcox Lacy r
Hoover J. C. Hurd, Jack Hartman ElsieHaynes Smith. Beatrice Stern. W. A.
cotton Stump
A little tobacco and money coming in between Of $12.880.203.000. total deposits : ri L.tlemlnvway Hoover, Don Hart, Edna III/Icox./ D. u Stern T..r..a Sll"" .. l Mr.'\.hll I M
$27,297.959,01)0, loans and discounts F. O. Hart W. H. Hall A. H. Simmons. J. 1. Sheppard Lena Belle
strawberries kind of helps things out. Hnye. !oj. W. Howe J. R. Hall Khellle
13060033.000 and Investments Hoover, EttaMamrlCK Hutto, L. S. Hicks, G. W.Iloltsendorf T
o $12.582,325,000. Mrs S. F. :Hutto.: Mrs.: L. S. Jewvle E. 1"ruby. J. .1. Thornton W. E. Thom... ot I"". H
Hoover Delia Hutto. Edna Hasran, Delia Thomas. W. L. Thomas. N. N. 1'boma.. Rnbrt. I,
When girls of boys, are not afraid ; HayneH. HopeHollingHworth. Halle W. O. Ticon Sallie Thornton Mary I
Classes of Institutions Thomas, Edna B. Thomas.
LlssleJolinn Hull*, Maud C.
They don't grow up to be old maids. r.
Of the reporting state banking Institutions J V
o oa December It, 11(31( M. L. Jacob., B. Johnson D. E. Jl'C'low, JI.n Uglow LouleaVereallles
In Bronson Journal advises Drive Careful Johns, A. H. Jacobs, Sarah Johnson Abble W. :
Child his 12 commercial banks the
Roy : % were report Johns, F. B. Johns Berry Johnson Ruth W, V
there's no bridge across the river Styx. .ststes. t"%" trust companies, almost John. H. R.Kiln. Johns, {'..Ivln Jenkins Chas, K. Alon.a .
>% stock and mutual savings John, F .tone*, J rJohna Jenkins Mra. Rlva P.Jenkins .
ThelmaCarl 'ban.. E. W
Chas. A.
o banks. and less than 1"%" were private John. John... .Thelma. Brlnaon Johns,, H.- E. Walnwrlght N. D. WI1IIam.. Annetta Wimberly. W. M.

The chief difference between a miracle and crisis, is the banks. The report add.: Johns Johnson, W. N.Perry K.Mm. John Johna, .*i..f.", -Ima RedgraveJohns John,, Mr.a. R.. Ruby Jr. Wall White,W.O. W.f. Walnwrl.-ht.Wllklnson A.E..1..1. WAm".rl Wiley Loltte. Katu

"The parallel upward movements John, S. R. allnd Walnwrlgtj: Wm. Williams' Nat WIxgins 1 Laura I
few darn fools who didn't believe it'd happen anyway. Jacob :" Johns, Allen M. White, neo.: C. Wiggins I One. Wall, Martha D
of deposits and total Invested funds
Wainwright Mary O.
K Wainwright Blanche Williams. Mr. .I' \
o of total state supervised banks during Knight H. V. Kite, 'O'I"e, Kldd. R. G. White Ethel IIf. Wlltlam.. A. B. Wills. Irene
Father Coughlin has been ordered by his physician to the years 1934 and 193S, after Knight Mrs H. V. Klckllt-? Miriam Klnlaw, D. C. White Noble RatWilliam.., Oerlrude Wilkov.kl B. R.
Wllllame. S.
W.Inwr/q/ ht Grace ,
Ward F
Keene, Albert
rest ten days. We hope the order included his tongue. rllpas' In these Items In 1932 sad DavidKlckllter. Klnlaw Klnlaw., Pnrothv.1.; H.; Keene NelmaKite Wall, H'C: Wilson. Joe.: E. Warren:jam,". p
White Ina
133. are Indications e of>> definite J. F. Kendrick" Martha I : m.nM Dea Weeks William Dew V
Wainwright. N. D. Jr. } Florle Warren,"i.Willi. :
u toward In state bank Knight, C. A. Kfcklltcr Mrs. M.Knight. u .
steps recovery Kendrick T. N. Cltra Mae lIurla Warren M. T. Weldon !I. A
Believe It Or Not says "An ice cream soda contains no ing. Knight Mrs. N L.iMgergrern Knight l H. K. Winkler Williams,, Austin R. .1. Warren Wiley Jack Albert M: Wedon Mr, M.
"Based assembled for
soda." And very little ice cream at some drug stores.o oa figures I.
total state supervised banks on resources H. E. Long. I,'-I ia K. Levlton Tei'eesa Theodore
and liabilities as of December l.evlton M. Lee, M.I i! Long, Cornelia Peek !*, .(tune* Lennrm. Elvlal.undrum. Young. Mrs. H. H. Young Mrs. Cora L. ."
Frogs Try to Imitate Political Speakers Expert Declares. 31, 1931 to 1935. It Is noted: ((1 f .f.r: T. Lowry. G;:. o. H.I T. Frank
that deposits In 1935 rose approximately H. lowry, l y Lundsiim, Mra. T. F.
-Headline. If we were a frog, we'd get mighty mad about 13 rent over the previous Lord. Eva B. Lanersrr MI, Delia M. l.ynn..1. O Iaf
LongMerwln Libby L L. Lynn Air... FrancesHall's
that year, as compared with an Increaseof

I o about 9 per cent In 1934 over

the year 1933, and declines of 7 percent
A woman has just been elected as the safest driver in and 12 per cant In 1933 and \

f California. She must pull her car up to a dead stop to re- 1932, respectively, from the precedIng
of 1932! and 1931 and
powder.We. years \ ; (2) Grocery
that total Invested funds Increasedby

o approximately 2 per cent In 1935>>

wish this "Knock, knock" foolishness would cease. and also In 1934. while they bad da- Mi

We're getting pretty darn tired running to the door expecting creased by 9 per cent In 1933 and
opportunity. by 11 per cent In 1932. I MARKET

-0 Analysis Shows Stronger Position

"Whose fault is it that Americans can't live a more In a survey and analysis of earnings I
I and expense. of state banks
abundant life," a writer wants to know. Well how rich are doing a commercial business. It Is AND LUNCH
you, mister? brought out that In a majority of
states they have Increased their
earning ability during 1935. On tba
Doctors have announced that dancing is a cure for basis of
thumb-sucking. But what some mothers are looking for is a In 42 states, the report says:
"The most significant fact to be
cure for dancing.
pointed out Is tb.t.Dew profits of CASH SPECIALS
o state banks after deducting

Comptroller Lee is compiling a list of all state employeeswith charge-os on loans Investment,
etc. and co.erlwer.
their salaries. If he runs out of paper we know wherehe shown In 37 of the 43 states which FLOUR, Guaranteed 24 Ibs. __ __ __ __ _70c

can get plenty more. reported| 1935, In comparison with t I' I I'
net profits In only 11 of the 35 states
-o reporting 1934. Measured In terms SOAP or POWDER Oct. 12 pkgs. 25c

The cow is inefficient according to Henry Ford. Of of dollars per each $100 of Invested

course, Mr. Ford your Model T never had four of its main funds, net profits In 1935 ranged between LARD Best Compound Lb.Yzc 0

bolts pulled twice a day. $2.40 and $.10 per $100 with
19 states showing profits of $1 00, or

o over, per $100; while In 1934: net PURE GROUND COFFEE, Lb. 12/ c

"The lunatic fringe (is about to take over the govern- profits did not exceed $1.20 per $100

ment." Rev. Gerald 1(. Smith. Getting a new appointmentwith and only three states showed profitsof
$11.00.& or over"Bankers ONIONS Fancy Texas 3 Lb. lOc !
the government, parson? .

-.I. --0. Help Farmers BACON, Best Grade, Lb. 17c

A famous musical conductor says he likes hot dogs but

not with symphony concerts. That makes us even. We don't The conviction tbat 4-H Club PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO _. lOc

like symphony concerts with our hot dogs. work lays the foundation for sound INOWpriced
cltlianshlp and Intelligent farming

o Influenced a New York: City bank CORN FLAKES, 2 for. ._ _ 15c
' Beau Brummell, fashion plate of the past century, spent executive to contribute fSO to the 51
Committee of the State
four hours each morning in dressing himself. We cannot Agricultural A
Bankers Association, to further 4-H TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets 3 for lOc

think of many people whose looks would be worth this much Club activities In the state. "I am as low WEEK

.time. convinced that tha work Is so as
worthy, and Is being so well handled Honey Boy 100% Pure COFFEE, Lb. 16c

o that It should Interest those Over 22 Million

Sparks from a grindstone, where an ax was being sharp- who believe In building sound cltlxenshlpw -
RIB BEEF STEW Pound lOc Sold that's
_ how
as well as Intelligent farm. ,
ened, set a man's house on .fire in West Virginia. It's a good
lag for toe future" he ..Id. good It IsLet /
thing that a man's nose on the grindstone doesn't cause Unusual' prominence was given 4re
ROUND STEAK (Tender) Lb. _20c
sparks. this past year to agricultural work! us show you wh -
by the Tennessee Bankers Assoclatlon. most PATHFINDER
.rw_, a better tire than
t' _._ 0 Tb. Agricultural Committee CHUCK or STEAK ROAST, Lb. lie
Yj Dorothy Dix says that a wife's greatest power is keep- report reveals hearty cooperation dealers offer at their Sive rvi*.*'...*

Ing her husband guessing about her. We know plenty of between workers. "Key bankers bankera and and ellt..loll county TOMATO SOUP or Spaghetti 5c highest prices. 30x3 CI 51C

husbands who are busy right now guessing how much the agents have been In closer contact 4. -21 65c

, : new fall hats are going to cost. than ever before" It .a,.. GREEN ASPARAGUS, Can 15c 1 4.7519 76c

Georgia bankers have given both
! f 0 5.00-19 82c
moral and financial backing' to a
"A pig is unable to look directly towards the sky unless Marketing Project sponsored by the GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, No. 2 lOc / 1 a 5.2518 90c

': he lays flat of his back." News filler. If we were a pig and Extension: Service of the College ol 5.50-17 99c

t could lie down and bury our abdomen in a cool spot of mud, Agriculture year showed and significant activities results.the past Th' FRESH FISH, Lb. 7Y2C I I other sizes .to sreoortio J J

we'd see little reason to let this become a worry. phases of the Marketing program
Halls Pure Pork
---0--- emphasised In the year's work are: Try
Robert L. Ripley of Believe It or Not fame declares I The retail curb market; roadstdt
i marketing; miscellaneous market SAUSAGE Smoked Lb. 25c
there's a drug store in New York which sells no drugs. Why | lag (suited to the locality): barterIng ,

cracks like that ? Have (exchange of commodities et Motor !
Bob, what do you mean, making one Register Compar
services with neighbors); standard
you no respect for the umpteen hundred other honest drug- lied canned products for sale' prepared

gists who are trying to make a living selling sandwiches and In homes or canning centers. PRICES. FREE DELIVERY.

drinks? --p--- STARKE. FLORIDA

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