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: September 11, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SLOT MACHINE Do rattlesnakes actually have'''It-overcome by an Irreslstable WITH LARGESTATTENDANCE TREAT IN STOREAT TRANSFER I TAKE ON
I the
power-often attributed to force It came right on down the METHODIST CHURCH

them-of "charmin (' small animals tree head-first Into the open Jawsof NEXT WEEK

; exerting a fascinating pullon the rattler. I
REFERENDUM helpless! creatures upon which According to the observer the The Starke Methodist! Church FUNDS FOR AGED NEW LIFEBoard

they wish to feed? Well here Is a snake then had quite a difficult will be signally honored on Thurs ,
day night. September 17, at 8
story that seems to the old
prove time (In swallowing Its victim. It

Must' Get Twenty PerCent belief. would wet with Its mouth a small )H7/I{ Have No Football o'clock of Houston when Texas Bishop, will Sam preach.R. Hay The, Cannot Use Money Agrees To Ruy

Joe Moody says that his cousin area of the squirrel and then '
Of Voters to announcement was made this week
Team This rear Set Aside For Tract On Time
Fernie Moody, was attracted recently swallow Title process continued by the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, ,

Sign UpCOMMITTEE while in the woods by a until the squirrel--although much Gray Says who says that as far as any one Bonds If Legal
great commotion being made bya larger around than the rattl..rhad -- has
remembers a bishop never I
cat squirrel running up and been consumed Inch by Inch.D. -
ACTIVE at the church here be-
: down the trunk of a tree In a state C. Klnlaw who has a large SPEAKER TELLS PUPILS fore.preached WILL II A V E TO .FIND PROMISE: $5
,IS THIS COUNTYPetitions of great excitement. Moody'a curIosity MAKE C\VN DECISIONSSeven SOME! O T II E: It MEANS: I $100 1) O W N PAYMENT
fish pool In his yard reports an Bishop Hay Is In Florida to at-
was aroused, and he
calling for a vote on the tree to observe approached the- Instance of a bull frog apparently hundred and seventy-five tend the opening of Southern.: Col- Bradford County officials this It seemed possible this week that ,t I""

slot machines In the November squirrel more closely. Still watch- "charming" a lowly horsefly. He students registered in the high lege at Lakeland and consentedto week stated that the $4,000 promised purchase of a site for a Bradford

eneral election were being circuited Ing the squirrel he reached the says that the frog spied the fly school and elementary grades hereMonday stop here on his way back to l for the Federal old age pension County Farmers' Market might be i,

In all Bradford County pre foot of the tree and stepped on a -.th first day of the Texas. program would be raised but worked out In spite of many disappointments -

cincts this week In an attempt to giant rattlesnake before he saw It. near the edge of the pool and 1936-37 term--a slight increaseover Members of the Methodist were not ready yet to announce encountered recently t.

nt the signatures of at least However, the snake didn't pay any ducked under water emerging first-day registration last Church wish to have the building just what plan would be used. by backers of the project ;:

twenty per cent of the voters. attention to the man. It was within a few feet of the Insect. year which totalled 747. It was the packed for this occasion and an In Tallahassee last week state The Board of County Commla- ,

Similar campaigns are being stretched out on the ground with The fly became aware of the frog opening of the Bradford County Invitation is extended to everyoneto officials told a Bradford delega- sinners agreed Monday to give $5O: '

conducted In every county in Flor-, Its head against the tree and its and began acting In a strange High School's forty-second term. take advantage of this unusual tion that this county could not toward a down payment of $100

tia and It will be necessary to get eyes staring fixedly at the squir- manner buzzing its wings step- Principal speaker on the program opportunity.MiTCHELLS. transfer money from Its bond In- which It Is understood will be

100.000 signatures in order to rel. ping high with its feet and movingin which began at 9 o'clock was terest and retirement' fund for necessary to get a title to the twen

have the question on the November the direction of the frog. The G. Ballard Simmons, assistant paying old age financial assist ty-acre tract of land north of
Moody that the
ballot. The drive is being con says squirrel Insect continued in this way until dean of the Teacher's College at ance. Starke' from liquidators of the \

ducted by the Anti-Slot Machine kept racing up and down the tree near enough for the frog to lapIt the University of Florida and director The delegation, which mdlud- Bradford County Bank. The committee ?
trunk each time
closer and
Organization with headquarters hi coming up with his lightning-quick
Jacksonville, and the Rev. C. B. Closer to the snake until finally, as mental school In Gainesville. Students Seriously and Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas for the other $50 aa Its meeting '

price Is the local chairman. The --- and liatrons, packing the conferred with Comptroller J.I I next Tuesday night.

petitions must be presented to the tongue.SEEK large auditorium to the walls M. Lee and Attorney General CaryD. It Is understood the liquidatorsare I

nrlous boards of county commtsrioners CITY ELECTIONTuesday TERRYOn heard the "speaker! denounce the INJURED Land Is. willing to give the county until

by September 20.: practice olv teachers doing too Both officials said they wereuk..d November, 1937 to pay the

Mr. Price says that so far his much thinking for their pupils whether the transfer of' $UOO balance on the tract The '
Embezzlement The Instructor should make it a funds could be made' and both
committee has reported only two CAR OVERTURNS ON commissioner reconsidered the
point to leave the student "up In said It could not because the coun- I
refusals to sign the petition here. GREEN COVE SPRINGS project Monday at the request of a ,
One woman said she would sign the air" on some questions so that ROAD ty's bond money already Is budgeted. committee of business men after ,
WAS QUIET CHARGE he will have to make some decisions \
liter if it was necessary, and one for himself.Dr. said turning down a request for cash
Previously, State of the tract
purchase at their
nun refused saying that at least
J. M. Mitchell, prominent own
Simmons the modern transfers could be made from coun-
Into slot machinecould praised meeting last month. The board was
put a
money of a Starke drug store, Mrs.
not be spent for liquor. LANDRUM JOHNS AND OFFICERS FAIL TO FIND movement of education, saying Mitchell and Mrs. W. F. Swinyer ty operating funds to the county favorable toward the project but
ALVAREZ ELECTED, TRACE OF FORMER that his young son In the sixth general revenue fund to pay old the county lacked sufficient fund ".
While Starke la adequately of San Francisco, Cal., were seri
UNOPPOSED VETCAMPIAN! grade of the Young school probably age assistance which the State to finance the deal, it waa said. ?
these machines when automobile
equipped ously Injured an
knows as much now about the Board of Social Welfare expectedto The action of the board this \
not included in aId In which were returning from
Bradford was they
of counties that was said to In a quiet city election here Bradford and Duval County officers practical side of life as he (Dr. I Jacksonville, overturned near the begin next month. Transfers week has put new hope Into
Simmons) did when he finished must be repaid, however, In the boosters of the and 'f
be "saturated" with them following Tuesday, T. Frank Landrum, have been unable to apprehend 1 I observation tower on the Green project aa

a recent survey. Minors are young attorney, was elected mayor J. J. Terry on a charge of high school. I Cove Springs road early Tuesday succeeding budget year. Bradford soon as the additional $fro has been .
embezzlement In Congressman R. A. Green spoke I Senator Johns said the raised, the project will be Immediately -
Carl Johns re-elected city clerk connection with
law from offering I afternoon. ,Miss Lucile Mitchell
prohibited by
early on the program so that he delegation wanted to transfer submitted to the WPA for {
their nickles and dimes as sacrifice tax collector and tax assessor and cashing a check for $294.80 here who was also In the car received (I of
A L. Alvarez was re-elected city week before last. could get away and make several I about $4,000 to make payments approval. \
of steel only minor cuts and bruises I
to the
greedy ogres until next
Labor Day addresses at various old age assistance year .
marshal. All three un- ,
and wheels, but it is an everyday men were Terry, who came here from a points In the state A. J. Griffla Mrs. Mitchell probably the most 1 "We'll have to. find some other

occurrence to see them playing the opposed. veterans camp at Keystone superintendent of public instruction seriously Injured was said to be way to do It," he said after the GAS TAX
O. L. Beaaley E. C. Priest and
i Heights had been placed in chargeor
uhlnes anyway. also mSSOt a short talk. The slightly Improved yesterday although conferences with Comptroller Lee NETS HUGE SUM ,
Paul E. Canova elected for
were some repair work on the O. J.
Tbe 1935: session of the legislature -,I devotional part of the exercisewas it was believed her neck and Attorney General Landls.
terms aldermen. Priest
and two-year as Griffin house on Walnut Street.
legalized the slot machine was probably broken and she was *
In charge of B. Montgom FIOURES SHOW STATE
and Canova to
are new city politics Stating that he wanted to buy cer-
a stiff license fee makes them an still partially paralyzed. Mrs.
George H. Lowry and C. B. PROFITS BY MILLIONS "
while Is an incum ery MAY
Beasley tain materials in Jacksonville he
added of for the of Mrs. S. F.
source revenue I Swlnyer, daughter
Price, local ministers. Miss Anita IN 15 YEARS
bent alderman. Two other candidates -
had Mrs. E. L. Biggs daughter of
J. Hamrick, was suffering with serious SPECIAL SESSIONCONE
Courtmanche accompanied by
P. M. Barefoot Incumbent, Mrs. Griffin to give him a check In Tallahoaiice }t
back Injuries.Mr. Figures recently compiled -
ttate.GREEN H. Benson, played several violin
and Herman H. Young were de for $294.80 made out In the name -,
show that In fifteen
WILL years
ASKS selections. Miss Marjorie Benson Mitchell received a broken I TAKK
feated. of a man who he said was an official
motorists have used than
IF more
the gave a vocal number.L. hip and nose and will be In a plaster ACTION I
ROAD PAVING Mr. Johns polled highest In a building supply company three billion of
NECESSARYFred gallons gasoline on
announcedthis cast for time.
172. Others A. Gray principal some They
number of wereas
votes there.
167 Alvarez week that it had been decided were all carried to the Riverside ,I which they have paid $163,717-
COMMISSIONERS REFER follows: Landrum : Terry Is said to have taken the P Cone democratic guber I 368.3. In state taxes. ,
that B. H. S. will not be represented Hospital In Jacksonville following ,
Priest 125
166; Canova ; ; nominee, said this week If j,
MATTER TO BOND check to Jacksonville, where he by a football team this the accident. Miss Mitchell was natorial A penny tax In 1921 has grown
TRUSTEESHardsurfacing Beasley 122; ; Young failed to It cashed. He then a special session of the legislature
get f
year. Lack of finances was givenas released from the hospital Wednesday to seven cents. Sales leaped from
returned with It and got It cash- the reason. and returned to her home In January could effect the state'aparticipation 132,940,442 gallons In 1921 and .
ling from State of Road the road No.run-28 33.PLANNING ed at the local bank, where he One new course of Instruction, here. Insurance in the plan federal he unemployment would- 1922 to 512,826,935 In the past two

and to BOARD presented the check, apparently General Business Training, has The wrecked automobile was i I years ,
through River on assuming "
endorsed the to whom It cull one Immediately upon
Brooker was requested by Con- MEETS TONIGHTWILL by man been added to the curriculum.Miss brought to Starke for repairs and office I Collections. for any one month
was made out.
letterto Rosalind Jacobs, who had garage employees believe the accident : to 1
f1'e8lman! R. A. Green In a "The present governor seems
the Board of County MAP OUT SIX- When Terry disappeared Interested been granted a leave of absence, occurred when a right rear be afraid of calling the legislature I ex-ceeds \ '1
parties here became auspicious has reconsidered and will teach In j,
lioners Monday. He comrnJa-j YEAR PROGRAMFOR tire suddenly went flat. There were together," he said In an Interview. years .
the project be done with COUNTY and Inquiry disclosed that Junior High School. Mrs. L. A. I no signs of a puncture on the tire, "and I can do nothing about It The State taxes from June 1, \

wtance of the WP A. there was no one by the name on Gray will serve as secretary to the however. Tbe flat tire evidently until January." 1921, to June 30, 1923 totaled $1-

The board went on record as beIng The Bradford County Planning the check working for the building principal. threw the car from under the con- The Insurance law provides that I: 329,464.42. Collections for lost.i .

highly In favor of this road I Council will meet at the court firm In Jacksonville. He had evi- --. trol of Mr. Mitchell, who was drivIng employers must pay one per cent I month alone amounted to $1,540- >

but since all road matters are : house tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock dently placed the first endorsementon Cotton HarvestA causing it to go Into a shallow, tax on the salaries they pay this 437.17 \(

handled to attack Its big problem of com- the check himself sandy ditch where It overturned Since June 1 1921 when the I .
by the Board of Bond Florida cotton harvest of 30- year to go Into the fund, with the ;
'piling a list of public works projects three times. went Into effect In I
Trustees the letter waa referredto 000 bales of 500 pounds gross I levy graduated to two per cent gasoline tax

that body for such action asS suitable for ,a alx-year pro- WILLIS GRIFFIN weight Is forecast by the United I T TJT A m jiipnm.. ip I next year and three per cent there- Florida motorists have bought 3-

sees fit to take. gram to be financed with Federal States Department of Agriculture REGISTERIN I, after. 031,678,499 gallons, according to /

The commissioners received a and local funds. BURIEDFORMER The crop estimate division of the Cone said If Florida adopted the figures In the office of Comptroller !
complaint This will be one of the most Important PRECINCTSNOT the federal J. M. Lee.
from W. E. Daugherty department at Orlando said the act before January
that the old Durden store building meetings ever held by the BRADFORD MAN 1936 was seventy-two per government would return ninety The seven-cent tax la distributed j
to Hampton Is a public nuisance council and members are urged to DIED SUDDENLY IN cent normal on September 1, NECESSARY IF per cent to the state for Insur- as follows: three cents to the State '

lad dangerous to the public since be present by F. F. Stump chair JACKSONVILLEThe against a ten-year average of six QUALIFIED IN ance, holding the other ten per Road Department, three cents to

* was claimed it is about to col- man. This Inventory will be the cent. Florida's 1935: PRIMARIESRegistration cent for administration expense the counties for road and bridge ;
of Willis J. Griffin 67 ty-one per
Fed- body
apse.. The clerk was Instructed foundation of any Federal or was 31,000 bales. The crop As the situation Is now employers bonds one cent to the.general rev-
former resident of this and crop
In county
"take the matter up with the preset eral Aid construction program reporting board estimated the books were sent I here must pay the federal tax enue fund. \ ,
this after January 1, 1937, brother of the late O. J. Griffin out to the
county precincts
owners receiving
the purpose United States cotton yield at 11- without The tax was never two cents in
here from Jackson- I
it Is Bald.Coral. was brought Monday, H, C. Wall, of
raving the nuisance corrected.The ville Thursday afternoon for burialIn 121.000 bales, compared with 10.- supervisor I "I am in favor of the Insurance Florida. It jumped from one cent

bill of DeWitt C. Jones for the family plot in the Sante Fe 638,000 bales ginned from the 1935: registration said yesterday. They ," Cone said, "and have gone to three cents July 1, 1923. and
$80 for burial expenses for Flurry Snakes PlentifulUnusual Death will remain open there and also so far as to advise the federal later became four five and alt ,

Dixon, white man found dead on Interest waa displayed Cemetery early near Wednesday Hampton.following a crop. -. -. In Mr. Wall's office through October agent to take the matter up and cents. The present aeven-cent tax .
Mad\ 10 It was said. limit for
13 near Lawtey was apProved -Iln the coral snake that was given heart attack. Big Townsend OutingMore let me know If the time went into effect July 1, 1932.
and Only those who have come of state participation can be extended. -
filed for payment.At 'to the Telegraph by John Inman. In 1923 the gallonage approched -
the request of W. W. Cole- Unfortunately the snake died and Mr. Griffin was a valued em- than 1,000 Townsendites age recently or who have moved It Is my understanding now the 200.000.000 mark with a

tan, his name was removed from I,had to be thrown out before many ployee of the Duval County road from this district attended the Into the county recently as well aa the limit expires In December, a total of 198.040,469 gallons for the '

the pauper roll. The pauper allowance :people got to see It. However Mrs construction division and previously rally at Keystone Heights Monday any who failed to register before few days before the Inauguration. calendar year. In 1929 It leaped to

of Colonel Crosby was made E. J. Dowllng reports that two of had been a naval stores opera-He It was reported by the local dele- 1 the last primary elections, need to "The federal official has advisedme 286,856.705 gallons and has ,not

Payable to Mrs. D. W. Swindle, i' these deadly reptiles have been tor and a building of contractor.Gene Griffin gation that represented Townsend ,, register at this time. offhand he knew of no way to been below 200,000,000 In any year 1.
"hole now taking care of him. The killed at her place In town recently was the Clubs from Bradford County. Any voter who was properly obtain an extension and that Flor- since.
I Sheriff Rex Sweat.
wane of W.M. Bryan deceased was : and several 'more have been deputy to Among those who attended from registered for the June! primariesIs ida would lose the revenue unless Total gallonages and the annual

"moved from the pauper roll and at KIngsley Lake. There is I Mr. Griffin was a native of here were: J. T. Barnes C. H. qualified to vote In the November the state adopts the act before taxes collected since June 30, 1932.

hk, widow Mrs Julia Bryan was said seen to be no anti-toxin for this Pearce County, Georgia, but livedin Jenkins. W- A. Colley and A. J. general election. Jan. 1. He said he would Investigate when the preaent fiscal year book '
"towed- $5 this county for twentytwoyears ; Prominent .... matter further but I have 1928- I
; for one month. Appll- and death results In a few Underbill. speakerswere --- I the keeping was started follow:
tationa of Mrs Mlnda Hodges, hours.Cattlemen's. before moving to Jackson I : Congressman R. A. Green. Farmers Pay Debts as yet heard nothing from him." 29. 224,155.478 gallons $11.207- .

for Pauper allowances were denied didate for governor of Florida andJ. Things. picked up with farmers Talmadge Defeated 13369969.30; 193O-3J: 230.633-:

because of lack of funds. Group MeetsThe Cease E. Mattocks Florida representative In Florida last month. And the 531 gallons 13838131.89; U31I I

Bradford County Cattle- Half Holidays of Dr. Townseno. same goes for farmers of Georgia Senatorial hopes of Governor 32 223.016.689 gallons $15.232.- ,

It Matter Of Record I men's Association met in the court Thursday of last week was the ------ -.. and the Carolinas too, If Federal" Eugene Talmadge New Deal critic 024.67; 193233. 201.965.595 gal- I i \
to dis- land bank figures are any index. were burled Wednesday underan 1933-34, 217.-
afternoon $14,137.59181
Shorts house Saturday last In the regular series of summer 'ot firings $JOjt)00MIAMI Ions. ;
yes; slacks yes; beach CUllS plans for raising $600 neces- Stores will re- For every dollar falling due In avalanche of ballots endorsing 647.341 gallon$1; .23 .314.33; r

lalamas.' yes-but as a matter of sary to complete a project for half-holidays.their hours on Thurs BEACHA fifty-foot ) August the Federal Land Bank of pro-Roosevelt Richard B. Russell 1934-35.: 24 93,487 gallons $IT.-

the ord we wish to record seeing for fencing the town of Starke. About sume and housewives regular will no longer lot on Lincoln Road, fashionable Columbia collected $6.57, It was reported Jr., for re-election. 191.544.21: 1935-36. 267,233448 gallons

tamale first time member of the $600 has already been spent on day have to tie a string around their shopping street changed hands for by Rufus R Clark bank Russell tenth Democratic senator 1870634146.

Piece sex In nothing but a one- the project but cattlegaps must to remember to get the liver $40,000 ca..h. Real estate dealers secretary In Jacksonville yesterday to be re-nominated this year "r

bathing ault strolling non- yet be installed. A committee finger before noon. : exprensed the opinion the price of for a conference of presidents made loyalty to the president the Kills Two Deer

fOa ;ntlY down Call Street. Sea- composed of L. L. Conner F. F. for supper $800 a front foot was a new high of national farm loans associations keynote of his successful fight for

and resort towns 'preparen Stump and J. M. Mitchell was appointed since the boom. Major Albert War- maintaining headquarters here. the six year term In Wednesday's Speed Harvey, former express of ,j
M for such businessmen So Far motion picture producer who Democratic agent here and now In charge
u : emergencies to canvass the Acreage Small ner dtrthdayST. Georgia primary. the Plant City office of the com i

kathi.Bwaultantnhebusnesslsec- of the town In an attempt to already owns considerable property 371st B ----- was in ., arke last weekend.He .
Because of heat and lack of sufficient here bought the lot and announced pany 1
boa? of town. but Starke's found- raise funds. rainfall atrawberry acreage plans to Improve. The seller AUGUSTINE J u s't 371 Beaver was considered "fish" on recently returned from a campIng ,
*,. of Quebec. where ]
la early days In South Carolina r
never dreamed of having to .la less now than It was this: was the John H. Watters Estate. I years ago today Pedro Menendea Fridays .t trip .1 fortune !
tope BirthsMr. he bad the extremely good
with such a Iituation. Con- time last year, observers believe. of Johnstown Pa. 'de Avllea set foot on these shores
'! law Carl Carter Highland .. the of St. Augua- The English rule which permitsa to bag two fine deer. Speed says i
. J"entiy enforcement officers and Mrs. However If enough rain comes --- I and founded city
fine, but he
civil servant who leaveson he likes City ,
* Could do nothing r but tar_ girl September 8. within the next three or four Russian peasants crown the tine, naming the settlement for woman fall to come back to
widowed doesn't
If ;
if to return ,
? they had wanted to do any- Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Wise weeks, there Is possibility that the prospective bride with a garland of the saint of the Catholic Churchon marriage, each Starke time he gets a
back 100 of them every
imJL elle. Oh yea, the young lady Starke, boy. September 8. number of acres set to berries will wormwood, to denote the trial whose feast day, Aug. 28 he brings chance.

u'a name was not llearned, wu Mr. and Mrs. Austin Winkler, exceed that of last season. and bitterness of marriage i first sighted the Florida coast.

Saturday, Starke, girl September 9. year.-

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Z. Z. Griffin. Correspondent NOTICE IS HEREBY .
Ads *!.... C.ne.r..*.... MlM Eftut Crawford, Cor. tin. described lands, or so That K. M. Alvares. holder: ivF.foof executive assistant to Hfke.klns' '
I IS. Notice is hereby given that the following due for taxes Tax Certificates No. 8J9 Issued state Welter
of much thereof as will b* necessary> to pay the the 4th. day of July A. D. 1921 and director of the :
and Mrs. Dan Boree. of '
Miss Kathryn Wecat. of Vero Roy Quinn and C. E. Craw- Mr. herein set opposite to the same together with cost "c5J.Obrj? 1-3 of Tax Certificate No. 286 Issued Emergency Council. N.hopei

Beach, la the guest of her mother ford were business visitors to Worthington Jacksonville visited C. A. Gctffla, advertising. before the Court b* sold Hou at s Door publlo at auction Starke,on the the County 5th rofotBV.dford'19S8. I filed the 5th.same. da"In of my July office A. D. and 1928, hal has will be made available.saH for 5273pOp loans

Mrs. T. F. Brown. Spring, Saturday. Monday. State of Florida. I made application for a tan deed to farmers In the south Flonda to

The Rev. J. T. Guy and family Owen Mazelle. of Baldwin, spent Albert Grlffls. Arch Prevatt and 1)e.eeIptlea se T R A 0..1' Taxes Costs be Issued thereon. lug area. The resettlement fats.
the Eugene and Zone Grlffls made a Said 1-20 of Certificate No. 339 I.. istratlon lid' .
moved Into has
of Oakland Park the week-end with his sister and rescind, :
4th of A. U. 1931
to Jacksonville Mon One Lot In NW Cori of sued the day July an order
:, Methodist parsonage south of the brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs J. business trip WV of BE/* of NKV being embraces the following described which prohibited new

Church this week 54 ft E W by lid property In of Bradford for loans he appllcatlont l
First Methodist rd.C said
Qulnn. 8.18
Roy day.Mr. ______
Sullivan ft N A e. ....-. 89 (22 A. J. Wilkinson State of o to-wit: East Half
of Miami and Mra. Ellie
Allan Emmngoe Sullivan Milliard and of East Half of Southwest Quarterof
Mr. and Mra. Carl
Com 100 ft W of NE CDI'of NOTICE '
with Mrs. !Southeast Quarter. Section 84 OJ! APP.I' -
visited her grandmother Myrtle '
recently spent "TI
family of Woodlawn were visiting W4 of NWV4 of SE14of Township 7 South Range 22 East FOR T J( n.a1n

". Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chesser, Priest. VFotl tt A run 8 245 100 ft containing 10 acres, more or less. (III'.tr Bill 'e. 101.11
W N 245 ft E
100 ,
and her cousin, Mrs. Ruby Chap- Saturday afternoon. Mlsa Juanita Priest visited ft to beg ._ -18 6 21 Esele l Davis ________ 9-00 The assessment of the said I property NOTICE IS : : :
That rIVl
under the said certificate Issued was James R. Wa'l'iwiiii: CV:
man. Louis Murrhee, who Is employedIn Theressa Jones Saturday night. Com nt SB Cor of 8WVJ of In the name of N. P. Cauthen. Said ''of 1-12 Tax Certlffrnt.'., 1 y.;!:", lllllitrsued (

Mlsa Bessie Baylus, of Palatka, the CCC Camp near Ocala, The Rev. E. C. of Jacksonville wwvi A run W 7954t N 1-8 of Tax Certificate No. 286 /Issued the 3rd. day nf 'i "" l
Hogan navel'
315 ft NB 808 ft E 206 ft. the 6th., day of July A. D.. 1931. ha. filed .Vme I" ,: "
waa visiting here thla week. spent the week-end with his parents was visiting Arch Pre thence B 174 ft 8 SOS ft 1926 embraces the following described has made application. f,.?,.," ,,.rr, ;, -I'uA i l

her Mr. and :Mra. L. M. Murrhee. last to beg also certain property In the County of to be Issued. theroon s.V'V. : *
Mrs. T. F. Brown has aa vatt Wednesday.Mr. lands 8: of Mrs Spark- Bradford. State of Florida to-wttl I .. the ? ,, ;"

guests Mrs. J. C. Dubo e. and Miss Mr*. Fisher Gaaktns baa returned and Mrs. Pete Grlffls, and :of man SWVi& W _of_Ry.._I In_ _SE'i_U 6 8J Mrs. E. F. Johns, E: tat --65.65 West Half Half of of Southeast Northeast Quarter of AWest edLppr. Stale.. of In th.. ll lnnr', "\.g,.r d,..Ltrd''n d'tord.
In DeLeon Florida .
both of Vero Beach. home after visiting Leo Griffis din- t''
Florence Mr. and Mrs. were \'olt
Com at SB' Cur of 8W'4 ofHWV Northeast Quarter of Section 1 Lola 7, 8. 9.10. I II.I 111'r.\ .
Revival services will begin at the Springs.Bill ner guests of Mrs. Mytle Priest, & run W 796 ft N Township 8 South Range 22 East by Lake Shores III "''I!",,,,,
315 ft NR 08 ft El08ft.thence containing 100 Acres, more or less Quarter of Pecans 4
I Glen St.
of :
First Baptist Church of Hampton Green, Mary'sspent Sunday.Joe a: 174 Ft 8 902 ft The assessment of the said property Northeast Quart'", ...r and. ., ".n' '

Friday September 11 at 7:301 a few daya last week with Griffis. Jr.. of Clay County to beg. also certain under the said certificate Issued Township 6 South I i'Bast. : .- ". 'i
McCullera Mr. and Mrs. R N. Crawford lands. 8 of Mrs. Bpurk- was In the name of HamptonTie : ,
o'clock m. The James Albert Grlffla and
p was visiting
& ,' In SEVif A Lumber
man Company
Mrs. Sallic BLuch welder is spend- '41'1' f8It taxes28 I 22 Mr. H. F. Johns, Estat ._65.65 assessment of 1'P\ ,,\
of Gainesville and hia singer, a Harvey Gainey last Saturday night t'nlexM the said portions of said erty under the said ..,?. ,'I. ,:
young minister from the Unlver- lug) some time with her daughterand and Sunday. W'i or lots 0. 8 of hlk 1) certificates shall he redeemed according sued was In the num.. ,.i .... t ,

t city will bo present on that night,, son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. --. Original ISKV 1 of Town SW14 of StarkoIn -..21WVu 6 !2 Freeman Register .... 48.30 therein to law will the be sold property to the described highest -- A.Unless!of. Marcott said (eitlfi. n,i.. .n, (.

and will conduct the music. Everybody Dixon.- near Lawtev. RISING of lots 6, 8 of blk 19. bidder at the court-house dooron deemed. acrorillnw t., |I.,M, 'r."I.. I r,..j
at all A. J. Crawford spent the weekend OrlKlnal I Town of StarkeIn the first Monday In the month of erty described then'in ,
la invited to be present, I II I I. :
Miss Edna Lewis, Correspondent NE"., of $W1. mi. 28V'j 6 22 Freeman Register .... 64.05g October 1K38.. which I... the 6th., day to the highest hldd.., ,?< ,'I.i t
services. with Lacy and George Gas- \ or lots 6. 8 of blk 19.Original of October. A. D. 1936 house door on the tint., r |.,, I"it

Morgan of Brooker, but klna of Hellbronn Springs. A. Z. Jones BJ."Rldgeruay: and Town of 8tarkeIn Dated this Int.. day of September the month of Oiti.i l ..i, I-i II h,
George B. L. Privltt was visiting rela- MS'of SWVi, j228 22 Freeman Register ___ 6VOS A. O. 1936.OFFICIA. Is the 6th., day of < s.,6.t i, I I' e \
formerly of our town was a business W. J Aderholt all of Branford. W ,-\i/ of lute 6, S of hlk ID.OrlKlnal I ( S. THOU Irnted this h.I.. .1.,. .' \ .
'. visitor here this week. tives In Jacksonville Sunday. Ga., spent the week-end with Mr. Town of StarkeW AS, 19.16
A. III HW..19a8. as g 22 Freeman Register ____ 82.48 Clerk of Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL)
W. O. DuVall, and family ol and Mrs. W. C. Conner and at- I > of'lilts'8.. 8 or' Ilk 19.>. of Bradford County Florida. A. J THOM--
GUM BRANCH tended association. Town of Htnrks 8-4-61-10-2 I Clerk ,
of Mra. Du- the OrlKlnal of ('In M Tof J
Atlanta, are the guests In M3H of HWV I4..28: 8 22 Freeman Register ..1. 48.80 Hradfmd i-.. n v i ,.
Vall's sister Mrs C. E. Harper. Him Elizabeth Ilaroage Cor. Cecil Gentry and Henry Adan- WVii of block 80 as extended 82851925NOTirn I

saw of Tifton Ga., spent the on. Enseys Map HiS !NOTICM OP. 4PPI.ir\TIOV _. _ '
John Spnrkman of Plant City, .
POrt X I
1 ln Townnf >KKISenate >
'. transacting business here this Mrs. Louise Denmark, of St. Au- week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ot'k.r: In NKV of ( Bill !'... IIIn: OF ,4PIMKT1O>

was pitaln, spent the week-t>nd with Lewis 8WV1 __. .___ _u__ -__28 8 22 Mrs. E. F. Johns, Estatv.-43.85 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (1en.ee POIl T4nF.:1.1)
mil 't> lint:
her Mr. and Mrs. J. S. W14 of block 80 as extended That L. O. Powell holder of Tax NOTIC'I,1
parents H L. William and J. B. Homer Certificate No. 150. Issued the 3rd IUJHfII1";\ \
-- ---- on. Enseys Map IIC That Laurence O
Sapp. the week-end day of August A. D. 1931, has filed W'alol. \ i h Jd
of Lake City spent 8 105 ft, Original Townof of Tax Certificate No Joii' ,
i -u''
GRAHAM In office and has made th,
Miss Annie Mae Harnage returned Htarke In NFJof same my application 2nd of ]
day '
with Mr. and Mrs Rufus Alvarez.Mr. July, A D 1'1'1. i,
.... .. ..it .* for 1934 Taxes. 28 8 23 Mrs. E. F. Johns, Estate..43.85 for a tax deed to be Issued filed .. h,4
Mr....!.. C. Smith, rr S) home Sunday after spending a I I 8WVi.\ same In mnfti, .uicl h.
and Mrs. David Purvis of I.rts0&I exN9uftof thereon. Said certificate embraces made application for
.1 t.tx dead ,
week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Mulberry visited with Mr. and Mra. lot I blk 1. Livingston the following described property be Issued thereoti s.i',"i,I .-11 lit, fttembraces .
Mrs. C. Fogg and Mra. Leola and Mra. B. M. McFUie, of Pine Truby & Go's Additionto In the County nf Bradford.State the following I desirlb
I I A. A. Hutchinson recently. of Florida to-wit:
Starke InV'1iJ of In the Count .
In Palatka .r Hi, .
's Roberts were visiting Level section. Mrs. Rosa Pinsahoslt of Miami, NEV4 "n'_ _______. _28 < U.. Mrs. Inn Green ______ 15.30 Northwest Quarter of Southwest Property Florida to-wit .dfnt

Thursday. F. M. Norman and son Levy, of spent Thursday afternoon with Lots O & 1 ex N 91 1 ft of Quarter of Section, 33 Township North half of Northeast, Qu-uitr

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wasdln at. Vanderbilt and Mr. and Mra. T. N. I I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Trubv lot I blk A (1..<>'*Livingston Atlilitlon, 6 South 40 Acres Range, more' 21 East or less.containing of 12 Southeast Township Quartoi 5 of Range/Section 52

tended church at New Hope Sun- Norman and daughter, Dorothy, Several people from this com- to Htnrke In Wof\ The assessment of the said prop- East, :0oth.i.. r. nn,,
attended the convention at NEVi, 1IU4 Taxes -.28 8 23 Mr. Inea Green _____ 12.85 erty under the said certificate Issued or Ie.".
: day.We singing munity attended the Florida State Lots 1. 2, 8 of blk 10. Llv- was. In the .ame of Serena The assessment. of ,lit.Id, i \p,?,,
are sorry to report that lit acksonvllle, Sunday. Association at Pine Level.SAXTON InKHton Truby & Cr>'. Johnson erty under the said ?.mf, ,... ,-Ij
Addition to :Stark In sued was In the n",".' ..f, [r. who has been Mr and Mra. A. J. Williams of Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
tle Jack Surrency WVi of NIJW\ .I 00.28 8 21 Dire Marla Thornton __ 4.71 according to law, the prop Weekley, Trustee. t
very 111 for several days la no bet- Jacksonville and Mr. and Mra. P. Lots t. 2, 8. 12. 13, 14 of eat) described therein I will be sold Unless said certificate ihali. he ri

ter and has been moved to Jacksonville D. Reddish, of Hellbronn were visiting blk 18, LIvlnKHton. Tru to the highest bidder at the courthouse deemed according to Ian th. .IJrO\\
Mr. W. A. Tr lee Corres poadn4 by & Co's Addition to door on the first Monday In erty described therein A .ill ii. \(ol
i for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sun- Starke In WH, nf NKV 2* 8 23 W. F !\ott 82.85 the month of October. 1938 whichla to the highest bidder at the court
day afternoon.Mr. O. T. Nelson attended church In Lots 4, 6. 6. 7 of hlk 20. ;. the 6th, day of October 1936. house door on the first Monday I ,
Funeral services were held at Livingston, Trubv & this the month of October l"t. which I
day August,
the Baptist Church Friday morn- and Mra. Marlon Browningand Lawtey, Sunday. ('0'.. Addition to StB' k.r.Jr 1936. the 6th day of October Idle

ing for the infant son of Mr. and children, of Ralford were visIting ( Fred Bryant of Doublerun section 3 WVfc of of blk NEV 19. Livingston. -_28 8 23 R. t. Thomas ._______ 1.75 (OFFICIAL, SEAL) (OFFICIAL Dated" this SEAL 12 day) of August, 191*

her parents Mr. and MI'S. H. was a visitor here Sunday A. J. ..THOIlIA.S.C'1..rk A. J. THOMAS
Mrs. U E. Ratcliff, of Wlndemere. Truby A fo's Subdivision -
I... Edwards: Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brantley and In NEVI of of Circuit Courtof Clerk of Circuit ,'.."rt
Burial was In Mount Sinai Ceme- __..28Blocks 8 21 Bradford County, Florida.. of Bradford Cnimu, Florid
A large crowd from here at- Ancll Brown are visiting her slater NRVi !atone Graham ...___ E.55 8-28-61-9-25 8-U-St-I-1t
87. 3D, LIvlnKHton,
tery.Mr. tended church at Pine Level, Sun- and brother-in-law, Mr. and Truhy & Co's Subdivision -

and Mrs. W. H. Tillman, of Mrs. U P. Jarvis of Pahokee. In NEVi of NKV ____28 8 23 A. O. Jenkins ..._____ 15.75
Mr. day.Mr. Lots 9, 10 & H 8 ft 'i lots 3 acres In SWVi\ boundedN
Valdosta, Ca., were visiting I and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler an- 7. 8 of Blk B. N. J Jones. by J. a. Alvarez and
and Mrs. L.. C. Smith Thursday.Mrs. B by Adams St If Con-
children of the State Farm, were nounce the birth of a baby girl on Addition to 8tarke In
Sr-:.... of NWV4\ W of Wal- tinued south by ry lands
David Durbin and children, visiting relatives here Sunday aft- August 22. She has been named nut St. ____no. ________28 8 23 Dr. A. E Dunham .... 22.86 A W by Ceo. Tompsett

of Jacksonville, spent the week- Evelyn Bernice. Lots 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. lands, J. O. Alvares Ad-
dition to Starke S of
end with her mother, Mrs. C. Fogg. Little Miss Darllne Alvarez of Misses Cealle Swill and Loca Jonas Addition to Starke Madison A W of Walnut

Mrs. A. A. Broughton and chil- Rising spent the week-end with Bell Sumner spent Sunday after- Walnut tn SRV4 St.of NWV____.___W___of__28 6 23 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate18.16 St.>" lot 1934 lying Taxed E of___Christian ______-28On 6 23 Elizabeth; Q. Lamb h- 9

dren spent Sunday with her daughter her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I noon with Miss Dorothy Swanbom. Lots 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. Church A boundedS .

Mrs. Strickland at Hell- L. Edwards. Misses Edna and Addle Tyler Jones Addition to Starke by Call St and E by
Ruby I In HEV' of NWVi. W of Broadway St _________.28 8 12 Freeman Register IS
bronn Springs.Mrs. spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Walnut St. 1931 Taxes 28 8 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate 22.35 One lot lying E of Christian
One expert predicts that apart- es Lucile and Bettie Hardenbrook. I Lots 2. 3. 4 of blk C. N. J. Church A bounded
J. C. Philips and children Jones Addition to Htnrke R by Call St and E by
meat block may one day be built Oscar Geiger and son. Herman In 8BV4' of NWV.-.W' of Broadway St. 1931 tax. -28 8 12 Freeman Register II
of Jacksonville spent the week-end without stair Gentle elopes would of Starke were visitors here Tues- Walnut St.. 1933 Tuxes .28 8 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate 22.35 One lot lying E of Christian '.
Lots 2. 3, 4 of elk O. N. J.
A bounded
with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin. the familiar staircase.
replace day. Jones Addition to Stnrk 8 by Call St and K by \
In SEVi of NWM w of Broadway St. 1912 tax. 28 8 12 Freeman Register It
Walnut St.. 1933 -rax..28 8 22 -. Dr. E. L Biggs Estate 28.65 One lot lying E of Christian
Lots 2. 8, 4 of blk C. N. J. Church & boundedS
Jones Addition to StarkeIn by Call St and B by
SEV.' of NWV4 W of Broadway St. 1933 tax 28 6 22 Freeman Register 23
Walnut St, 1934. Taxes.28 6 23 Dr. E. L> Biggs Estate 18.15 One lot lying B of Christian -

.One lot 114 ft N A S by Church A bounded !
60ftPi& W B of adjoining S by C..IIIt and B by .
"The Universal CarONE blk 1. Temples Broadway St. 19.14 tax 28 8 22 Freeman Register ..
Addition tn Starke In Com at NW cor of San
NKV4' of NW'4 & W>4! of derson Lane & Hogan

e NE4y w of ny ..-______28 6 22 Mrs. E. H. Smith______ 3.3.45V Alley A run N on said .4
+i One lot 114ftN&Sby Lane 52 ft W 51) ft S 52

BO ft E& W I.: of udJnlnlnu ft to Howan Alley thenceE
ONB NAMB comes quickly to mind Today's Ford V-8 is more than ever blk 1. Temples- to beg. ___ .. 28 8 23 Dr. E. L. Blgga EM.it-. 3J

Addition tn Starke In t Com at NW cor of San-
when you think of "The Universal "The Universal Car" because it encircles NKV of NW"/", & WVi!! of derson Lane & Hogan

NKS W Iffrlt 6 23 Mrs. E. H. Smith .____ 89.75 Alley A run N on said
One lot N 1':3by28 Lane 62 ft W SO ft S 52 ... .
Car. The description !i. distinctively die needs of more people than : 11 + -
BO ft K ,V K of adjoining ft to Hogan Alley thence
blk 1. Temples R to beg 1931 taxes ....,_28 8 12 Dr E. L. Blggfl F.otolp U
Ford. No other car is used by so any other Ford ever built. It reaches Addition to Stark In Com at NW cor of San '.

NKV of NWV & W 4 of derson Lane & Hogan

many millions of men and women In out and up into new fields because it NE'd W of rrYr.: 2s--b_28 8 23 Mrs. E. H. Smith __._ 89.75 Alley A run N on said
One lot 114 A Lane 51 ft W 50 tt'I' 52
60 ft E & W E of ad- ft to Hogan Alley thence
every part of the world. Everywhere has everything you need in a modern Jolnln blk 1. Temples. E to beg 1932 taxes.28' 6 12 Dr, E/ L. Biggs Estate, t'
Addition to Starke In Com at NW cor of San-
it is the symbol of faithful service. automobile.That NKVi of NW i A WV4 of derson. I.ane A Hogan

NESS of Ry 1933 __ ____28 6 23 Mrs. E. H. Smith__. 41.10 Alley A run N on said
has always been Ford fund.The Ford V-8 combines fine-car lOne lot 114 ft N&Sby Lane 62 ft W 60 ft S 52
ft to Hogan thenceB
60 ft R & W B of ad- Alley
jolnlnir blk 1. Temples to beg 1933 taxes ___.28 8 S3 Dr': E-L. Biggs Estate 13
mentul.. Something ia
performance comfort and
new constantly safety
I Addition to Starke In Com at NW cor of San
NEW of NWH' A WV4 of derson. Lane aV Hogan
being added in the way of extra value. beauty with low first cost and low cost NBVi Wof Ry 1934! __28 6 23 Mrs. E. H. Smith 33.45 Alley A run N on said.
Lots 13, 14 of blk 12, Temples Lane 62 ft W BO ft S 62

Each! year the Ford has widened Its of operation and up-keep. It depreciates Addition to Stark, ft to Hogan t.ll'lx: thence
f in NR>/, of NWVi\ A W(4( 10 to beg ...IS 6 22 Dr. B. L. Biggs Estate! M

appeal by Increasing Its usefulness of Nf'-, W of Ry ._. 28 6 23 -. Mrs. S. R. Osborn __.__ 21.83 The \ltvOf.yo' lot 624 ft
slowly because it is made to last. NUj of blk 19 ex lot 8 ANV& K & 210 ft N & S
of lot 9. Temples bounded N by Jackson
to motorists. There is no other car like it. Addition to Starke In St, W by Ray !St :S by
.-6"A..... x..... NRV. of NWV & WV4 of Hogan Alley ._. _____ 28 6 13 Dr, E. L. Biggs Entitle' 4
IYnMr" NRH" W of Hy ._____28 6 22 -' deo. F, Scott _______ 2055 The Hid of one lot 62 VI ft i

of hlk 19 Temples Addition RAWbvllOftNAShounded
N by JacksonSt.
to Starke In NKV P W by Ray St S .
"r01ny These Fle Features of W NWV A Wry of NKV 28 6 22 Fred A. Scott ______ 15.48 Hogan Alley 1931 tax 28 i 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate < ..
Tn ----- -
-'i" Y 8 Gins 30.tR'lk ; The N'-j! lot '
; ? the Ford Lot ... TemplesAddition ; E& tot"z 210ftNhrrt

tn Stark In
bounded N by Jackson
4 ENGINE PERFORM- 4 NEVl W of Ry ..._ 28 8 23 Mrs. MIron Harmon ... 3.4S by 4
V-8 COMFORT Hogan. Alley 1932! tax .28 S 21 Estate
RIDING t Dr. E. L. Biggs
e 1 [ ECONOMY Lot. 1. 4. 6. 8, 7, 11, 12. The lot 6S'i ft
+"" ANCB WiT[ 13. 14 of ilk 24. Temples. \ltv01n2
R A ft N & S
Addition to Starke In
'" WELDED bounded N by Jackson
2 &X STERL NEt W Ry .. :___28 6 22 Geo. F. Soott ----.___-. 11.45 r-; ;' Alley'rlltat t:1C by.28 t
,to' AROUND AT NO BXT WELL AS STEEL SURFACE Lots 9. 10 o"r'b 27. Temples The NVi of one lot 52V, ft 6 23 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate

Addition to Starke K vby210ftN&Sbounded
CIIARGB in NRtt' of NWV WH N by Jackson
NEW INTERIOR of NEBW' of Ry _____28 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate. 1 87 St. W by Bay St a by

,. 3 SIJPE R.SAFSTYBRAxBSv 6. APPOINTMENTS fl o Lots .9. Addition 10 of blk to 27.Htsrke Temples One Hogan lot com Alley 60 1914!ft W Tax of IS 6 22 Dr., E. t. Biggs Estate '

.. In NK< of NWVi WVg NW Cor of Sanderson
'. ,- of NB14 W of 3l18 6 13 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate. t.87 Lane A Hogan Alley *
Lots 9. 10 of kRt.I Tern.Rles run N 117 ft W 87 ft 8

IIf"w 0" .;1t:701': .:. : Addition to Starke 6J: ft W 66 ft 8 61 Vi ft to
.. 0 ,"' "" .v. .'-' of NWVi of WVj Hogan Alley thence E
'A ::. .. ". .;;.:,,:: J.., of NEYt W of Rv 1411__28 6 II Dr. E. L. BI... Estate. 1.87 140 ft to beg __--______ 18 6 12 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate II
/ 0 .t .' Lots 9. 10 of blk 27. Temples
." ,'" 0 Addition to StarkeIn One lot com 60 ft W of
NRVi of NWVi of W44 NW Cor of Sanderson
u' ,./ \ of NBli W of Ry 133..IS 6 II Dr. E. U Blgga Estate. 4.63SI Lane A Hogan Alley A
: ft Lots II, 10 of blk 27. TemRles run N117ft W 57ftS:
f / l\
..., ,0V, Addition to Stsrke U ft W 56 ft S 62V ft to
:<4" of NWV& A 'WVi Hogan Alley thence' 1&.
\oi of NE'-i' W of Ry. 1934! 28 1 Dr. E. L. Blip Estate 8.87 140 ft to beg, 1931 nEu t S3 Dr.. E. L. Biggs. Estate
tots 1. I. 2. 6, of blk I One lot com 60 ft W of
IQ. 'i"w land S of blk 2 to land I NW Cor of Sanderson
It t line. J. O. Alvares addi- Lane & Hogan Alley A
tion toIt ark. ... .- 18 1 22 Mrs. 8. F. Hamrlck __. 17.52 I run N lIT ft W H7 ft S
f Lots I, 1. 5. 5, of blk 1 A i 83 ft W55ftH614yftto
land 8 of blk 2 to land Hogan Alley thence E II
> F'cillJ line. J U. Alvarez addi- 140' ft to beg 1932 tax. 28 1 21 Dr, E. U Biggs, Estate
tion to Stark.. 19.14: _. 28 6 U' Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck.._ 57.00 One lot com 6u ft W of '
Lots 1. >, 1, 4. 9. 10. I1. 12 NW Cor of Sanderson ''
1- of hlk 3. J O. Alvares Lane Hogan Alley A
Addition to !Stark S of run N 117 ft W 87 ft S .4.
Madison & W of Walnut U ft W 66 ft 8 R2I, ft to

8t -__ 28 6 21 Ellaabeth d, Lamb ___, 25.54 Hogan Alley thence B U
Lots 1. 1, :3, 4. *. 10 11. 12 140 ft to beg. 19-u: tax 28 (21 Dr E. I* Bites Edo'"
of hilt 3, J n. Alvares One lot com 50 ft W of
Addition to Stark' S of NW Cor of Sanderson
Madlxnn & W of Wal- Lane A HOKUM Alley A
nut 81 1934 Taxes ._. 28 8 S3 -* Elisabeth O. Lamb .-.. 38.40 run N 117 1t11': 57ftS
Lots 1. I, 3, 4. 9. 10. II, 12 81 ft W 65 ft .4 82Mi ft to
of blk 4. J (I. Alvnre Hogtin Alley thence B ::1.
140 ft to beg 1934: tax..28 ". ,,1
eM Addition to Starke !S of 6 S3 Dr, E. L. Biggs.
Mndlxon St A W of Walnut Part nf a 8 acre lot com .
w- +x s.4 J hI St. _. __ 18 6 S3 Elisabeth Q. Lamb ___ JUG at :NE cor of land formerly
I f i. Lots 1. 1. 9, 4. '. 11 owned by T. W
lIo.IOI1 I1
of blk 4. J. ,, I' Sweat A run E to E line ,
Addition to Starke S of of Sec 29, thence 8: on
--.- W of Walnut Sea lln. 220 yards,
tit.n\t Taxes ___.28 6 SI Elisabeth O. Lamb ______14.25 thence W-to SE cor of
3 acres In HW>4 boundedN land formerly owned by
FORD MOTOR COMPANY by I. O. Alvares. and said Sweat thenceN to II

El by Adams St If Con beg In NEVi of SB*. -.t-.n t H J. ot.lIa _
tinued south by ry land.. 4 acres In Head of :

E LOW MONTHLY TERMS-vs A MONTH A.PT81USUAl.. DOWN-PAYMBNT, BUYS ANY MODEU W by Gee Tompsetl bounded N by Fleldw. .-
\S lands. J n. Alvares Addition well' W by land of Mrs

FORD DBALEU ABOUT TUB NEW 5i% PEA MONTH UNIVBIUAb CREDIT COMPANY FINANCE FLANS at. A W,of Walnut IISH SS Elisabeth Q. Lamb ___ f.U *". 19 6 S3 LCA''?.i Wll.y JOHNB--. Tax- .blNrt::

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News of Florida In i!

,.,." I a Packard'i

\$;. heavyweight Jam e boxing* BraddoclT. cham-. i I .

.o arrived here from New York
Ian> treatment for art
"* 'lxdda'hicb of
forced postponement ]

IJ1 IIlCheduJed hD1eJlog M&I'ty-- '.McGanna-He title.was bout accompanied with Max : I / D Minutes of your spare time may make

MYERS-Citizens of Fort

*JSTwho DO condition expect are found henceforth to walk late a at to chat night sleep you the proud possessor of a

.II1f pip may' instead of riding home In a ,

:more Spied pay a for policy The Its police of city more council force.arrest has It ., 1 < BRAND NEW PACKARD' SEDAN!

officers went Into
for three "
(died lfasep today They are the three

made the most arrests during
Convictions were not

:be jecessarv PROTESTS past-)year- _DANCE. -IIALL it I We want you TO WIN!, IN

BARTOW Jap P. Francis of '

Iceland went against to court the dance to get haminted an HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO : FOR FALL

aphelion by his father, John IMuds ; : Come to our store and get an Official Entry Blank to the

/ nuisance, alleging The that younger It was a Frardi pulU -- '' 1 Jarman Packard Contest. We will give one of these blanks

lives nearby he said. The marto I \ absolutely free with every pair of Jarman Friendly ($5) or

pttltlon calls declares the square"speaks dances In a loud the I Frank Jarman Custom Shoes (most styles $6.50) purchased I

and "when patrons of the
voice from store.
tall are reasonably quiet they are our

encouraged to stomp on the floor

nut beat on the walls." Write a statement of not more than 25 words on the Official

- 2 Entry Blank telling in your own way why you like these

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*'"| ..../.. ."Indnidiiel n.dv>. .Usipi. I print ino"rv therefor but no such ,, Ion for elicit municipality and die. ers. unles the Legislative act pro TRAIN SCHKUVUa ,
such amendment or extension -
NOTICE OF ELECTIONWHEREAS law nhall provide benefit) trlrts: and to fix the liability ol vldlng for -
of! general ouch municipAlity and dlalricteHanded shall provide for such refer ;
AIR CONDITIONED I the Legislator who shall not
to any pern Sunday
Our schedulechanges ,
1885, h"v.1 and other Indebtedness, exluting endureApproved
tOCKIAIl. LOUNGE COFfEt SHOP Constitution of been a realdrnt, of the Htate of .
the .
| under of Floe.oluIlona rIde, did pass two Ida for. p ,11'al of five year at tits time of the establishment June 4, 193ti April 20, and trains will run as fol3:
-R.l.i-.Sml. t the 14
I web fWls Boh-1 proposing amend tinuously n.'xt preceedlng hi* application of MiKh municipality shall Iowa >,
"" owlSOO 8C Reoew$J.SO Ina R the. Constitution of the theref..i "nor shall such general enforceable only agttlnst property "
*?::00..' S3.00 14 Room $3,50 of to the .... efifth. <.. law nro\ld for benefits to any theretofore. .taxable therefor time time ThLegislature ., The vntesj mat In rnmptlanc wltl Houtbb<,nn from to
I //0 ROOM MS.., FHMS Bs (1.00 .. to by aa'vote of three eact l p..r.on solel' on account'of age. whoa determine what shall portion of said municipality salt! proposed: amendments, and th: No. I-Due Starke n:31 P.M.
] of .latyIv. -
the :
-'StM tacrMM lot........_-' all the member the vote.elected on said to Joint ( *.. not yearN attained; Provided age further that 'I 1 Is n rural area, and a canvass thereof shall declaration, b* subjected. and return to the No. 15- Due Starke :5:12 P. M. i'fI)

d.r I s OUNO .....,. > ...."' ; that* were entered upon their I where by any law of the United homestead. In. such rural area shall same regulations and restriction: No. 10TDue Starke 9:12: A.M. d 1..1..
limited if In 01
different periodof not be as a ..
with the ya losser or fur '
nILL'AV tlOIlL 0"0'0 .. .. Journals Stat-w. as are provided by law g nrailectlona Northbound !a
ytw"'w'w..w 10._.. G., sldenc.e. age or cltlsenshtp ahall I town. Much munlrlpnllty may exercise In the Hrate of Florida.IV .
nays directnthatetheleali. for the State ofFlorida all the powers of a municipalcorporation jt
--- ---- .. and 1>.. fired In order i, b. : TESTIMONY WJIKKKOK! : No. 2--Due Starke 4.S5.M.: j
": submitted to In Federal and shall also recognised '
::.. Keanlutlons ha Gen to pnrtlclpat might b* any mad for a. on. of the legal p"III1..1'dlvl.lon. 1 have hereunto set my No. 10Duo SUrke 10.38A.M.
at th* that i
of the and affixed the OrealSen
.. electors of the Slat with the dutiesami hand
1916 the Legislature may No. 108- Due Starke 8:13: P. Y.
.. Election In November *>i< h purposes of. and of the State of Florida,
THEREFORE. I, R A GRAY pn s<'rib4 *ti ; at
entitled to all the ,,
shall be powers
: of and residence as will
:r.-: State ,
;; : of the age ,,
of August
thi the let day ...
hereby give notice that a ho ,onxlstmt. with and not In con rights and privileges.. Including repreHentatlon D. 11/36. No. 101 Ltnvo Starke 7:00A.M.No. .
do ," the State Legislature,, A.
..K.\KHI.: ELECTION flirt Approved with su.41 June Federal 4, 1938 Law which ,Jrr. ,, to ,It ,If It werea (SEAL 103- -Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M.
In Flor county. All property of Monroe n A, GRAY Dally except Sundays
nt Ml r be held In each county the County and of the municipality In Secretary of State.I71U1030 .
: on Tuesday In November next succeeding. A. D. UU, A JOINT: RESOLUTION! : said'. county shall vest In such mu.nl..lp.1 T. J. GRIFFIN.
!Monday Article corporation when established
Th. Mo4oraR.wl.w being the Proposing an Amendment to
said Tuesday I herein provided. Th office of .
front door ope.w11A a TIIIIIU DAY OF :NOVEMBER State VIII of of Florida the Constitution Relative to of Cities the the a.ri.rlc of the Circuit Court and \n'rl4'E roil nF'r",1PPI,1'aTloq\ UV.KHHenaite --0-.,..,., .... "......-.11..10rnM ;-
1CW tae .... FOOl the ratification or rejection of I and Counties Sheriff ahall not b. abolished but I T' xT IIHKIi

iJet- sea. .f to..wdl.op.....apa. .. amendment said Joint Resolution to the Constitution propon I I II* l< Hesolvnl By Tk. Legislates. time the Legislature when and may the prescribe method' the by ( Kill 'tI.. KKtlNOTICE I, 4....I. Hill ale. !...u
Florida, vlx. of The Sots a* Florida which, such office shall bs filled & HERESY nlvKN
You seal Burr the State of : If' HEREBY nrvF!: e. :.a.:8:
,. I That the following Amendment to and compensation to paid to That Bternbvrg, holder ofTax
.1.rF luau RESOLUTION t.I Arwoo.1, holder of TaxOrtlflcsle
hfI' : That II H.
JOINT of i
In them
A of the Constitution and may
..... Article VIII 3rd Certificate No. 'Issurd ID* )
I leaued the
I Section S of the clt- duties. No Mo AT't.
to and .
to Amend the Stat of Florida relative additional powers A Tb.I JB11. hae filedsame Sod day of July, 1334. hue
Article XIII of the Constitution of lea and counties to h* numberedSection county offlishall' be abolished. orconsolidated day of August office and has mad fll..J samej In my office and he.Clad. .
the Htate of Aced Infirm 10 of said Article VIII. b* with another office In rny'or.. tax deed to b* la- application for.. tax deed to
Provision for the and the same Its hereby agreed to without making provision I for theperformance application Maid certtflrat ein- b* IsnurnJ thereon Maid certificateembrafe
Unfortunate and shall be submitted. to the electors o( all State diitle now sued theroii the following describedYr.perty
and By Tk LrgUlslar* of the State at the Ueneral. or hereafter prescribed by law to be brares the following' (dsrrlli of Bradford property ;: (In the County of llradford, ',1
Kesolved In County
It .< Florid*I Election to b* held on the First performed by such county officer. stale of Florida, towltl :
of Tie Slat XIII of Tuesday after the first Monday In Nothing; contained herein shall. af* Hint* of Florida, to-wlt l. Steven of Illo.-k. II. Living fi,
That Section a of Article November A D UU. for ratification rest Hcctlon 2o of Article III of the Lot 13.: Town nf Lawtov Rast of Iron Troby A l'n'e Addition 1 toHtarke
Constitution of the Stat.. of Flor rejection, to-wlt: Constitution of the Stat of Florida Kail way In Unctions 21. 34. :. Section 21 Township < JI
relating to Provision for, the be or 10 The Legislature' shall exftfpt .. to such provision therein 24 Township t South Rang I Houth, Rang *i .:....,.
... Infirm and Unfortunate Section to establish, alter or a* relate to regulating the Jurisdiction East The assessment of the salcl property -
th* same 1* iseaR eedamended.. have power Municipal corporation to and dutle of any class of offlmr The assessment nf the acid. property under the said certificate Issueif !1
I a. amended I of abolish a the City of Key West."Xtendlng to summoning and Impanelling under the acid certificate .- was. in the name of Hayes A Mtsrn-
be submitted to the electors I II I tf known as territorially throughouthe .rand and petit juries, to assessing .'tied wee In the nani of Mrs. H. It. l NrtUaLMa
the next tint Coun- and collecting taxes for county purPOMS Harmon said rerllfliat shall b* re- /
tlorbeaheat of Monroe
Selection ld on the present limits all county and to regulating the foes andcompenMatlon I'nlesM sad lertlflrate shall b* r* |I..nred according ti, law, the property
- .... ... after the first Monday In 'yo In the place municipal of any and or local gov- or county officers, No l.**mml .corrllng to law, th. proprty described; Ihoreln I will, be ..old'n
I 1916 for ratification or .. district bodies and oUIon.tltutlon.1 law authorising/ the establishing or desrrltivd. therein will b* solo the hlghst bidder at the court-
said Section t of a.ltot' rnments boards or statutory .atiollKhlng of such Municipal cor- 10 the highest bidder at the courthouse ou*. door fin the fuel Moitdav In
[ aa amended .hall read carp" .....ull".. Judicial or administrative porallon pursuant to the Hectlvn door on the first Monday Ir he month of October, I9JH. which
'legislative. or effective the Bin, day of O 1936.
.- shall become operatlv* Ib": month of October 1830 which Is S d''f
BOREE "Section 3. The respective. coun and shall, prescribeand until approved ny a majority of the h<. tth deny of October 193e fated this JBlli August
Stat shall provide In the i Jurisdiction. powers municipal corporation. 'iiuallfled elector participating Insn Dated this 141 h., day of August 93I. .
Full tin? of Caskets & ':.of th prescribed* by law, for those function of legislative such> executive. Judicial He-tlon held In said county, but IIU.[ SEAL) I
AMBULANCE the Inhabitants who by reason of { and administrative: departments so lung a* such municipal corporation thoLe..I"latuw. (OFFICIAL:: SEAL) (
under this Section J THOMAS,
may exist A
Infirmity or misfortune hoard, bodice' and officers J THOMAS /t
DAY AND and It. A. ?
aid and sym extend Cleric of dir> ult Court |
the Inrlud.d amend or
upon the territory may Ircult Courtof
claim : to divide Clerk: of C Bradford Florida. ?
53 PliO of soclaty provided, however In such municipality Into subordinate the law authorizing the same without Stratford Cvnolr 'wrlcla.aJl.It..U of County J
law .
general .. .
: by .
.. : Legislature may districts 1 ana to prescribe ajust .Itgmnr -
.. 8tat..wlde.y.t.m referendum to th* qualified vt-
G. IL .. for a uniform and reasonable system of t...- )
"A HOME-LIKE for such benefit! and appro-

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-I-I Freddie Celebrates Woodman Circle DriggersSpiresOf sons, while the accidental discharge reports of greater tra. '-=
Wimberly ,
of a gun killed a man in 111U1 f11
''Birthday With Swimming Met Tuesday Night cordial Interest here is the< Missouri and a California youth any year since 1929, ,?. ry" 1iBl

At Kingsley Lake marriage of Miss Irine M. Spires, was crushed to death when caughtin ern railroad annoum,.'. .
"r Party Starke Grove 278 of the "IIJ
.3ocICIY-lJ meetIng daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. W a clothes wringer. ness "thlrty.five per .
man Circle held its regular "'
I "
Miss Freddie Wimberly celebrated Tuesday night at the hall Spire, of Lake Butler to C. H Among those who drowned was' than in any other year leI'
her eleventh birthday anniversary Jr., of Mr. and MrsC. .
I which was beautifully decoratedfor Driggers eon a Cherrydale, Kan., man who fell Railroad and hlg-h\\
Saturday afternoon Sep the occasion with quantities of H. Drlggera, also of Lake But into a 100-gallon crude oil tank l\ tl1ltllc
: tember S, with a swimming party officers on
T late summer flowers.Congressman let The marriage was performed apparently after having sawed a we wru I"-t ...u

Davenport-Wiggins Wedding Miss Thede And Miss Stump I at Kingsley Lake. R. A. Green gavea Sunday August 30, at the Metho board on which he was standing. mated the travel Incr,-at' .,
The young friends of the hono- dist parsonage here with the Rev New" high travel records were :teen
Solemnized In GainesvilleThe Give Miscellaneous ShowerIn ree assembled at four o'clock at splendid address on "Wbat The B. M. Montgomery officiating After set in many sections of the nation ty-five per cent over las "
Woodman Circle Means to The
Honor Of Mrs. Mitchell the home of her grandparents, Mr a wedding trip to points on celebrants taxed transportation
holiday -
wedding: of Miss Ellen Wig Member," another interestingtalk aa
and Mrs. A. H. Green. After showering Coast of Florida this
the East popular
gins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs O. Honoring Mrs. C. Marshal Mitchell many lovely and useful gifts was also given by Mrs. Vonda In- young couple will be at home facilities in most states. D R I N K
E. Wiggins of Keystone Heights of Tallahassee, an August man. Mrs. Vergle Flynn entertained From coast to coast there were
upon Freddie they all left for the to their friends at Lake Butler.
to Daniel Dee Davenport of Greer bride Miss Marie Thede and Miss lake. the members with a reading .
S. C.. was solemnized at 9 o'clock Marjorie Stump were hostesses ata "Cheering the Sick" and a group -JohnsFoggThe TIRED HUSBAND
Saturday morning, September 5, In miscellaneous shower, given at The afternoon waa pleasantly of Junior girls sang several love-
i In the First Presbyterian Church the home of the former, last spent In swimming and other wa- ly songs during the evening.The marriage of Miss Leecy Ellen TAKES ON NEW LIFEWorn

of Gainesville Thursday afternoon. ter sports, after which they were grove members gave. as a Fogg, of Graham, to Norman out, weary achy, .iu/'BlnhT Blow +. AT
only at- beau- ,I all invited in to see the beautiful J. Johns also of Graham,, will be of quickly and oully Jirrt Croat Laxative
The bride had as her Late summer cut flowers cake which was complete surprise: to Mrs. Paul Tablet drive out Impurlllei, help yon rrtM4 LUNCH
tendant her* sister, Mrs. Hugh A. tlfully and effectively arranged for i'adorned embossed with birthday eleven pink candles.A Raymond, a recent bride a miscellaneous -i interest to their many friends merry. from., your food banish ichu ltE:) Es: ;.,

Wilson, of Lake City, as matron- the occasion, adorned the rooms color motif of pink and green shower. An attractive bas here and throughout the county. and'rollLas.un\pony, II1 IrmlM Tablet.on. Th proven. famous tonic Red n.d AFTER SCIIOOI

of-honor where the guests asHembled. carried out. ket artistically decorated In pink The marriage was performed Jro... mark on the paohmi. I. yourguar.n-

Mrs. Davenport was graduated The following delightful program was Mrs.effectively W M. Wimberly, motherof and bearing many lovely and useful Thursday evening, August 6. Both Drow Only__ono dIe., B p'n.pt. 6 S.tnpl.. Jacksonville. Writ.,Ma.Hail.. STARKE
from Bradford High School and i was heard during the afternoon gifts was presented to Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Johns are graduates nakara of Red 0.... Lt.-O-N.d. Red e..... COCA< o1.:\
served fruit
honoree punch ,,
the lit and Paver
the Florida State Collegefor of Bradford High School. They Toni and Red Oroia Rub
'attended and cake to the young guests. Raymond by her sister, Miss Amy tor' sunburn and alhlaica foot. BOTTLING ('0.
Women where she waa pledgedto Vocal Solo-"At Dawning" were given as favors. Moore, and Miss Vonda Inman. will reside In Gainesville where
Phi Beta Sorority.Mr Miss Evelyn Stump, accompaniedby Lollypops Chaperones were, Freddie'smother Miss Elizabeth Williams, who is he expects to enter the Universityof -

Davenport attended the Miss Marjorie Stump."I and father, Mrs. H. C. leaving this month for St Luke's Florida. grace distinctive flowers
Virginia Military Institute and Love You Truly"-Mrs. F. R. Mrs. A. F. Hospital, wheVe! she is to take ; .
Wimberly, of Highland cherry at herschel ;
waa graduated from the University Carradine, with Miss Marie Thede Sauls Mrs. N. T. Green, Mrs. nurses' training, was also presented Death Toll)) 304

of Florida. He la a member of as piano accompanist. James Booker. many lovely gifts by the cir- For Labor Day Jacksonville
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and Is "The Perfect Day"-Mrs. J. O. About fifteen of Freddie's play- cle members. Mrs. R. A. Green phone 7-2129

connected in business with the Godwin, accompanied by Miss mates enjoyed the affair. Mrs. Vonda Inman and Miss Frankie smart center pieces unusual conagra .
Davenport Lumber oln Greer. I Stump. Ritch, who recently was selected -! Accidents in the United Statesover flowers for gifts 1 1I 1r 1r I
the twc "Miss Bradford" in a the three-day Labor Day holiday .'
--- -- ---- Later In, the afternoon as -
Miss Robinson And Miss Irwir -
I took at least 304 lives
the room attir contest by the I
Dry files for trout fishing are hostesses entered beauty> sponsored
now being made of cellophane. ed In traveling clothes and bringIng Complimented At Luncheon Grove, were each presented a dainty Traffic accidents caused the
with them a steamer trunk, Given By Misses Fugate gift. greatest number of deaths with
bearing stickers of F. S. W. C.,, The hostesses for the evening 257. Drownlngs took twenty, airplane .
ARMorns mo CROP filled with a beautiful assortmentof Complimenting Miss Vera Claire served delicious refreshments at.. crashes twelve, train wrecks
FERTILIZERS A FERTILIZERMATERIALS gifts for the honoree. Robinson, of Apopka and Mlsa the close of the meeting. four. There were other accidents.The .
The honoree chose for the occasion Jean Irwin, of Sun Antonio Texas,, -.- plane wreck victims Included -
ntaCb IMwrount to frock of who are visitors here, Misses Katie
a smart afternoon Miss Adkins EntertainsIn ten from the crash of one
Comnth.,don Merchants and
Her felt hat and Virginia Fugate were hostess.
crepe. pleasure-ride ship Pennsylvania
Araby green
Farmers AMWorlatlonsJ. Honor of Mrs. Matthews
was a Robin Hood model in the es at a lovely luncheon at their
L IIARItELLlftot same shade of green. With this she home recently.At Mrs. E. L. Matthews
Honoring .
Law-ley, Flu. Falls were fatal to four per.YOTIfF
wore accessories of matching shadeof one o'clock a delicious several a recent bride, Miss Hazel Adkins

green.A course luncheon was served in was hostess at a delightful bridge
refreshment course of punch the dining room of the hostesses' party, given at the Adkins lodge Notice In hereby given that I have KALillTEA
hos home, after which the guests en- riled my Final Report and will onOit
and cake was served by the on Kingsley Lake, last Saturday Srd. 1916. apply to the Honorable
C. A. CARVER tesses. Favors were cups of mints Joyed several games of monopoly. : afternoon. E. K, Ferryman, County Judge
brilliant colored cellophane Later in the afternoon the Misses' of Bradford County Florida, for my
Three bridge tables were placedin Final Discharge. Administrator POTASH-CALCIUM
JEWELER and each holding a miniature Fugate treated their guests to a the large living room of the fit Kstate'of A. E Moltt.
theatre party.
doll.About I
lodge which was decorated in a 9-11-41-10-2
"WATCH CLOCK AND fifty guests were invitedto Covers were laid for the rustic manner. I
at the ing: Miss Robinson and fOIlOW-j I II Your Needs
GENERAL REPAIRING be with Mrs. At the end of the progressions
win, the honorees, Miss
lovely affair Miss Evelyn Stump holder of high
Carlisle Miss Martlle Hemingway, WE BUY
All Work Guaranteed _.-- I score, received an attractive nov-
and the
Mrs. the hon. This Tonic Now !
Charles Near, garageman of elty gift. Matthews
IN GREEN BUILDING Seattle Wash, has invented al Idell Landrum HonoredOn oree, was presented a beautiful HOGS-CATTLE AND
machine which will hand hooked rug, a gift from the
HTAItKE FLORIDA split wood-splitting a log into kindling In short Birthday With PartyMrs. hostess. Miss Virginia Johns, of, COW HIDES C- COP PER Sweeten and condition your toil with KAL-

order. ,Allendale, S. C., who is a houseguest I WE WIIOLESALE MEATS CITE as ycu get ready for fall and winter
T. Frank Landrum enter- KAL-CITE FOR
of Miss Adkins also receiveda planting. For best results apply KAL.CITE
rv tained a group of young people at Ash For Our Smoked Sausage
dainty gift CITRUS TREES while the ground is being
now prepared.
her home last Friday afternoon At The Market and OrCK.'er&You
Miss Adkins served her guestsa
the occasion being the fifth birth- Will lie Pleased With It.
WORK DRESS of her daughter delicious! ice course with cake. CALCITE: wild coppaflulphal KAL-CITE contains hardwood ashes but i n
| Idell. Playing bridge were: the hono- ODOM & LAWSON addtd. A ralUbla far superior and much I less costly than ones:
SHOESFOR I remedy for am
SHOES ree, Mrs. Matthews, Miss Madge i
The children played games dur- Uiddleton Miss Miss Opposite S. A. L. Ry. Depot. monlatlon,dia-btck and because pound for pound KAL-CITE hat
MEN Mary I
Fun MEN ing the afternoon, after which Ruth Sternberg, Miss Lucile Mitchell '! franchtng of cltryi'r.... twice the potash and twice the calcium plui!
1.98 2.49 they were Invited Into the dining Also for vegetable will the needed rare elements. Sweeten your
Miss Annie .
1.49 1.98 Miss Mina Manasim
room to nee the beautiful birth- I fliara naad Iedicit.d.soil and prof it I ,prospects by using this
2.95No Mae Pearce, Miss Lois AdklnS'j 'ulphda I.! your
2.49 day cake ajorned with five burning Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. TOBACCOFARMS proved conditioner.Prompt .
These Shoe IIm Style candles. A pink and green dolor! I Richard, Mrs. George E. Manassa'i

Matter What Kind of Tern| n n il LongWearinguullt note was used In detail. and Miss Virginia Johns, of Allen- delivery from local stocks. KAL--

, Work You Doou <)uullt>. You Will Need a Idell was the recipient of many dale S. C. ( CITE is made by the makers of the famousID

: Ciin't Hurt Them Sheet). Brown 1'iiir and it BlackThey lovely gifts. Tea guests were: Mrs. E. S. '

Can Take I t. l Pair For Fall. Mrs. Landrum, assisted by Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, We Have Several ImprovedFarms
H. V Knight and Mrs. Carl and Miss Beverly Cady. \ with soil well suited to EAL7eI&oi
Johns served ice cream and cup Tobacco Growing. Priced to
cakes to the young folks invited to Sell and on Terms You Can Afford

A GOOD GRADE MEN'S be with Idell on her birthday. to Pay A Toomer Fertilizer Company, Jacksonville! Florida
f Invited were: Betty Powell Now OpenEvery COME IN. LET US TELL YOU

OVERALL -. q-__ ___ ____ 98e Peggy Ann Wiggins Dotty Sue ABOUT THEM.
Biggs, Monde Hutchings Joan
Carpenter Sharon Hall, Marion Afternoon CARL JOHNS, Selling Agent

Brown Nancy Lee Knight, Jo Ann STARKE
Dlnkins Janet Anderson Jeanette STARKE, FLORIDA
t Priest Carolyn Edwards Madge
f Brownlee Barbara Jean and Carl J. '

Lamar Johns.

Door to Post Office Ladies' Auxiliary fffRf GREEN'SSTORE

Mgt :Tuesday Night Ib. lOc

The Ladles' Auxiliary of th
Presbyterian Church met Tuesday J'
The udd night at the home of Mrs. Maria

..ta.tt" ID'tigit r.d'Concr..lnd.400 ft.-" K.Zinnias Hull.motif formed for an the effective meeting.decorative WE HAVE REGULAR RESUMEDOUR HOURS II BACON lb. 17c CASH & CARRY 24Lbs.:t :: ====_ 40c75c

-............ .. -- .-- the business session it AFTER CLOSING FOR
x? r. was decided to organize a Read- THE SUMMER.WATCH. : : Ask About Our Profit-Sharmg Plan- FREE :
Ing Circle! to meet on Wednesday F R E E
r iCONCRETE nights at seven-thirty. Mrs. O. E. It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets

Stansbury completed the last two -

ENDS Southern Cross" which the auxiliary FOR TilE ARRIVAL OF I
B has been making a study for OUR FALL LINE OF PICKLES 24-oz. 15c FILLERS 3 for l lOc

several months. Mrs. G. H. Lowry HATS, DRESSES: AND

gave an Interesting talk on "The COATS-THE SMARTEST NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 25c'HJn

I Younger Generation" STYLES IN YEARS. ONIONS 3 Lbs. ___..___ lOc .
During the social hour the hostess

served a delicious salad S*\J. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK


According to an order in 1935
all ofifcers of the Soviet 12 / c
army PIG TAILS Lb. z'II01.E
lOc --
must take dancing lessons. I PRINCE ALBERT, can _

t t t \\ GRAIN ROUND STEAK Lb 22c
" RICE 5 Lbs. 25c
"I Just Around The Corner CII1'CK ROAST

yt")\ i, I: I CHARMER STEAK, Lb._ __ 12/2c

: b I IIf \II COFFEE, Can -- _____12/ e BLACK

: Why do state highway departments warn the public ( ..11' PEPPER i/7-lb. box jgc

"Concrete pavement ends"? SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c ,
Because it U universally accepted that speeds
and cafe concrete become dangerouson APPLE. MULE SPARK PLUG
reasonable on JOe BOX -
TOBACCO 2 Plugs .25c
other surfaces. ASPIRIN Each __ ____ ___3c
lives accident demand concrete -
To save to prevent 4-LB. CARTON JEWEL

I ;,' I True oil and the 'my.I even. it has no high crown-is usable to it* GROUND PURE DAILY COFFEE Lb. 124c! LARD 49c
non-skid eI
full width. Brakes are at their best on its gritty e a

' I t surface.Its light gray color and sharply defined edge give A BREAD 3 Loaves 25c

high visibility at night.Any car is better car on concrete. / MUSTARD, Qt. Jar ... lOc -
for motorists and for tax I i j
And concrete save money
Insist on concrete for your roads. YOU NEED A NEW 28-OZ. BACON
payers. 12jjc
Pavinge :
State Road Number 204 Needs Concrete
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION \\ "011'", D<>niocrat. /Ie. 'KO. Can lOc

Hart Bldg., Atlanta Ga. ASK FOR OUR Republican orT :: SALT Pkg.HIPLANE. 2/ c -
EASY TERMS o w n e n dlte. You LARGE BOX
,i., A imoplor8fJII&.dcm of msi-' and teUntitU, t.vrka't1 Won't Want to Mls S

t::, : In latoroufy mnifiM qf cvncntf.to impr.e and nand On was Single Speech. I 2 Cans 15c SOAP ifIp'K box 18c7'

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ptL \ -- ---- ___- __ _._ _-___. .CADFORh turn TltLEGRo\rn. STARKE FLORmA I'.1GE "'1\.
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as Mr their and recent Mrs. guests J. F Colley Mrs. Eva had I Mrs Roy Bence, .1; d Alvarez i f I The W C T I" meeting last I Health Officers exposed' la safe from It unless h-<
Gonto and William Henderson returned week at the home of Mrs Kemp has been vaccinated 1 iA

Bits OiLxal ton. and son, Morris, of Willis- Wednesday to Cambridge. Mass. wax especially interesting' and was Urge VaccinationHere safe means of protwtiost
after a month c I visit at Kingsley well attended This! week the
I diphtheria la what la
Lake. will be held with Mrs J.
Mr. and Mrs. meeting Is a reminder from Dr. W known aa TOXOID. and we are be-
J. Q. Godwin have T.
Quigley A. McPhaul. State Health Officer ginning to see the result of tmnunUatlon -
4e the recently State returned to their horn at :Mr.: and Mn. W G. Halle moved to parent whose children have against that disease lathe
trip to vacation Into an apartment at the Starke junt entered iichool. gradual deci f'lUe In the number

Birmingham and Asheville. Hotel Thursday of this week. Mrs. GENT A WORD If you haven't had your child of cases reported' In 1932 theN

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE.BUSINESS AND Halle has accepted the position of vaccinated against smallpox: and were 733 cases of diphtheria reported -
S. L.
Peek, who Is clerk
doing Fed- and hostess at the hotel for be In Florida. Last year w*
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN eral government work in COLUMNART protected against diphtheria
Alabama, the
PROGRESS is coming season. sure and huve both attended to. Had 426 cases, of which fifty-eight
spending his vacation herewith died. No deaths from this disease
CLASSES-If Interested in We have no State law requiring
family. I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls had as sketching painting or other I that children, be vaccinated against should have occurred had all susceptible

.,.a their Labor Day guests Mrs. forms of art, see Mrs. C. L. Stock- smallpox: before entering school I persons been Immunized

.-- II confined, to his Hugh Walters will leave the Latter Mr. and Mrs James A. Lewis : Myrtice Hawthorne Mrs. Joe Rig- well Starke tf lor. In there a law requiring; that against it.

S app part of this week for DeLond, of Winter Garden, were week-end i don Miss Iva Hawthorne, of Lake -- hey bo protected against diphtheria We are looking forward to the
,1e\\1t ,illneea.yav.r where he has enrolled in Stetson guests, of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sil- I City, and Mr. And Mrs. Albert H. "MILLIONS Genuine' Improved but all parents who wish to time whl'nlire will have aa clean a

University.Mr. cox :Miller of Worthington Springs Maryland Missionary Strawberry safeguard children against need- slate for diphtheria as we have for
,pted : of Plant City, Plants, New Ground, whiter lens. suffering and possible death smallpox.The .

111M waek ,end hereIJI -. and Mrs. D. A. Monteithand Mrs. S. E. Barefoot, of Sander Mr. and Mrs. G. W Coleman and ots, all this year's plants $1.50 .should be mire to have It dono schools are opening now.

-- have son, is the guest of her son and daughter Ann, of Lake Butler, Dr. per thousand f.o.b. Castleb..rry"Tburmonlt Mothers are asked to have their' Practically all will be opened In
family to their
Eva Rigdon was visiting home after daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. P. Seeber King. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Farm, Caslleberry Alu.82812tp children protected against these the next three or four week If
): spending the summerat
.adS tD !.Ilk' Butler Tuesday. Kingsley Lake. M. Barefoot. Hockett. of Jacksonville were the U..t'u'CIt. before they are a Yf'IIr.1<1. your child Is still not protected

----- guest of Miss Ksale Coleman, Sun- A great many of them have It attended against either of these diseases.
L..'Mabel! Fernandez left Mon- I Jimmy Seymour, of Wilmington. day. 1 BAY Mare, 7 years weight 800 to Nevertheless, many of don't delay any longer. See your
extended visit In HaCUba. Mrs. Lola Johns Is In Scnath, Del., arrived this week for pounds 1 Roan horse 9 years ua are Inclined to put off to another doctor and have It done.
extended '
an -
dor Mo., visiting relatives. She was weight 723: pounds Roth gentle
'. I visit with his father, John :Mr: and Mrs. J. H Benson and time things of this hindneglecting ---- ---.--- --- -
celled there on account of the I M. Seymour. good under saddle adaptable to our children. l\1.\Tl'ltN.\I.: KAT1I RITE
family of
Gainesville, have taken
death of her sister I farm work. Priced to sell Over-
is at a Jack- the Park's The record of examination! of JACKSONVILLE
IB. Alexander -- I cottage on Kingsley stocked. George L. Spurlln Pen- Florida's ma-
'jlle hospital where he is con- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Parrish and Lake for the winter Mr. Benson ney Farms. 9-4-21 five and six year olds at Chili ternal deaths during the first six
Snookle Corpening returned recently is commercial Bradford Health Conferences held during the months of 1936
; with Illness daughter, Louise, of Atlanta were teacher In I were approximately -
A from Marion, N. C., where Labor Day guests of Dr. and :Mrs High SchoolPaul MISSIONARY Strawberry plants Hummer In preparation' for the twenty per cent less than those
she has spent the summer with her H. B. McLendon I II enrollment of children In school for the same period of last
Forbes, of Jackson- at Kingsley Lake. for sale, by the bed or thousand year.
!tl I&i( Della th. week-end guest of father, J. E. Corpening.Mrs. Knight left Sunday for See R. E. Hornsby Starke. 2tp this fall, show that this ta particularly The bureau of vital statistics, state

!4 pee Stump. Mrs. Bryant Beasley a member Cincinnati Ohio where he will con- true with respect to safe board of health, reported 101
jllarjorle Donia More; Miss Helen I of the B. H. S. faculty Is conval tinue his studies at the Cincinnati FOR RENT Furnished downstairs guarding children against! these mothers died' between January and

his recentMarcus Steele, Tommy and Janet Steele escing from an appendicitis oper- Conservatory of Music. He was accompanied apartment. With private bath diseases. June thin year its compared to 1M:
raul 1 Knight had as and of Gainesville, were recent guests ation which she underwent Thursday to Jacksonville by his F. A. Scott, Phone 54, Starke, "Not vaccinated against during the six: months in 1933

l,? Scott George of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. of last week.James parents Col. and Mrs. D. E. Fla. lip pox" was written against S01\1I1-1 -
ot Gainesville Knight: names of at least half of th* children : Franca 18----; principal world :t tItoun.'e

-- Johnnie Hagan, of Columbus. I Hollingsworth will leave I FOR SALE:--200.000 Missionary Examined.! An equally large I I of bauxite, from which aluminum !i
of Allen- --- Plante. Priced
Ii8I! Virginia the Johns guest of herKg Miss., spent several days recently Saturday for Oxford Ga.. wherehe Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Come Strawberry and nee these plants. M.right.Rho- number had not been protected Is _derived_ J
u. i r is A
g here with his.mother, Mrs. Delia has enrolled) for a premedicalat Miss Gloria Johns I against diphtheria. -" :
here Sun- den
Lois Adkins. were Hellbronn Springs. 0-1 Hip Marie ;
1, iliac Hagan. Emory-at-Oxford University During the past four yearn, 1932, Louise, queen of Spain :
day Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
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there. CABBAGE Plants and 1933, 1934, 1935.: there have beenforty would never receive anybody wear-
Br of Tallahassee Griffin. They were accompaniedhome rutabaga .i<<;
L Patten times as many cases of 'Ing white gloves.
Mrs. L. G. Fairly of Jackson- plants. See Elliot Williams ltp
by Tommy Ritch who had
at! the weekend here with Mr. ville, spent several days this week I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and spent several In Jackson I smallpox reported In this State aa ..- -

jars,T Frank Landrum. with her cousins, Mrs. T. J. Grif- 'daughter, Mary Ann, of Gaines ville. days; LOST Poland-China guilt un- compared with Maryland, which One house, on DeLnncey Street y
I marked. Call J. W Jordan Tip has a population practically! the Philadelphia, has
fin and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. ville, were Labor Day guests of I a terrapin farmon 'j-!
left Monday for -- ----------- :
U\ KaY Carlisle Mrs. E. E. Canova, at Kingsley Top Grocery, Reward. same as Florida Nobody who la, its roof. t.
will attend Mrs. Kate and
ijjcnvllle where he Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss Geor- Lake.' Killingaworth -> c_ .. :
Ud! School gia Haynes and O. L. Haynes Jr., granddaughters Misses Myrtlce.Floried. . . .. ."-" ulMr. '
and Willa have moved here
returned Monday from a several Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams had d I-
from for the
is spending Worthington Springs
J'bUJIp visit in Atlanta.Mr. as their week-end Mrs. Wil 1.
/reek in Atlanta where he has days guests winter. They have an apartmentat : 'Swindled' 11.\1.1.\U'S
a tonsillectomy. liams' brother-in-law and sister, the home of Mr and Mrs. W. C HOME: MIIE I P T O I'ANt'AKF.FLOUR a
jtrgone and Mrs. J. J. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Furklns, of Bar- Manning

Kr and Mrs Lacy Rigdon andally son, John Jr., of Gainesville, were tow.
are pending this week in recent guests of Mrs. E. E. Canova, ---- SYRUPBottle GROCERY :;
Mr. and Mrs R. A. Newsome
:uii; ,where he is employed, at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis and
returned from several
Miss Ruby McCain, of Jacksonville Monday a FINE FOODS
piton Brownlee, of Kansas City S. A. Bryan, of Jacksonville, is were the week-end guests of days visit In Jacksonville with 19c FI'I.K ,N17.EI'A'K.N1 t

:.visiting his parents, Mr. and spending several days here with Air. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, at Mr. and Mra. S. K. ;Newsome. They )EFL'LLjU.1RT .
home Miss 9c
were accompanied
Brownlee. Lake.
ii Mr. Kingsley
tJ his son-in-law and daughter
Marjorie Newaome who will visit! _. .... c, ,u
and Mrs A. B. Williams ---- -dJItI;"- Ir1111i1, n_ H-'I'IJ'IJII!!: !__'__ n" -_.flW.W: '
II..h to thank theoiera of her uncle and aunt here for a "

WANTEDCAREFUL Miss Essie Coleman spent Thurs- Mnrke for their fine support In the while. 8.E1B
day afternoon of list: week in Jacksonville 'e lt. election Tuesday.. .\. a nieniIMT : I.UI'IF.U'

DRIVERS as the guest of Miss Ruth ot jour City Council; I will try Mrs. J. A. Martinez and son. LIMES Do10c 1

To Sate 20% On Their McLendon. uhvujH to do the right thing for J. A., have returned to their homo }tP.TTE MEAT 'f'r i
I the good of nil M-irUe. I':. (:. In Tampa after a visit here with 1.1111E FANCY_It'F.liKKO
Automobile Insurance
Mr. anti Mrs. A. W
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and I'rlt."t.Mls8. her parents
Convenient Premium I children, Shirley and Betty, spent Kelgrave. Shed, was accompaniedhome 1 Lb. 15c LETTUCE Ea. lOcI 3 Cans lOc r!
Too. Matmlde by little..Mms Barbara Jean
Payments I the week-tnd in Lake City with Sealey, of West .
OLD liKLIAHLE STOCK Mrs. Roxie Amerson. Palm Beach, returned to her home Johns, who will visit there for a -- "AM V IrlltM-1UI'Y -

('Oafl'AVYAutomobile.FireLite; : I. today after a visit here with :Misses while. Jt I -4't
Mr. and Mrs.James L. Hair, of Clara, Lettie and Marie Mc- ; 1'LJCL:mc.TOMATOES 2 Jbs. ISe UKl.lslISPREAD; J.

week-end Gee. Mr. and Mrs George C White
WILSON REALTY Jacksonville, were guestsof I'x..e.1"NC'I'U.ow: : '
Mr. Hair's parents, Mr and Mrs. and daughter Frances returnedto JAM 3 3c.
STAItKE Mrs! James Ritch had her Wed
I F. C. Hollingsworth. as their borne in Tallahassee ONIONS 31bs. lOc
guests Wednesday her mother, nesday morning utter a visit here 2 Lb.Jar cJELLY 29c
NAT SEZ Mrs. J. H. Hundley and sister Mrs with rf'laUveH.Ir.. White spent FANCY 11 A.MHO GREEN t'OOKINU Quart .
I W. H. Williams and little daugh Tuesday in Miami on a business
,ter of the State Farm. trip. APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c ,*'

f Some fellers Uke to wear good --- \1'1'' tiOOACRACKERS
suits and others are just as
fitting Col. ana Mr*. Harry Bellflower, t"
of Jacksonville, were the guests
y particular about their overall All Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rlgdon Bill Lb. 5c
Sunday of Mrs. Matthew's brother- *
bad fitting oils, so run Baseford, all of Jacksonville and <'
,+ ye can get in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. 10-oz. Jar lOc 1 Lb. lOc E,
ye also get bad fitting overalls.One A. Newsome. Mr. and Mrs J. Maclney, of De-

In just aa bad as the other. Ican.t Land were the guests Thursday LIL 61t KI. W II .A h AR.1N'fEED )1.
of ,Miss Eva Rlgdon. Mr. and Mrs.
give you any tailor made-over. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Granger of "fA

alls, but I can give you some that Passe-a-Grille are the guests of Arthur Rigdon were accompaniedhome 'p
by his mother, Mrs. J. J.
are mad right and fit. And here'sa Mrs. Granger's brother-in-law and Rigdon who will! ) visit there for awhile ..hIbs.
111 tie secret I'm going to let you sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. 24
Wall, at Kingsley Lake.
In on, they don't cost any more. I FLOUR 72cLARD

Mrs. A. M. Darby returned Sat- Major and Mrs. G. C. Irwin have "I

urday from a visit In Gulfport returned to their home In San Antonio 4

J'ST ARRIVED "TilE BEST Miss., with her son-in-law and Texas, after a visit here
daughter. Major and Mrs. C. W. with Mrs. Irwin's mother, Mrs.I ,M
A NEW LINE OFCIIILDREN FOB LESS" Chalker.Mr. Cella I. Manasxa. Miss Jean Irwin -

and Gordon Irwin remained fora 'jl
and Mrs. John E. Robinson, longer visit however, she will

of Apopka, spent several clays recently leave Tuesday for Sulllana College -
DRESSES here with Mr. Robinson's parents In Virginia and he will leave Lb. PHiLII'I'INE lOcI! FLOUR 6 Lbs. .20c :a:

I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Sunday for tn> Virginia Military
220 Weight at Kingsley Lake. Institute, in U'xingt"n, Va. IHi Ii'
1 SMOKED MA.VWluLL.' 1(01,hK 8. '
Denim-Full Cut ------ WHITE KIltltON

BE.1i TIFL STYLES Triple Stitched Yet Come LARD SAUSAGE Lb. ITWcri'KK 1 COFFEE25c
s to 16 Years SUeu S3 to 50 And the to ---

roiiKSAUSAGE Lb. u
$1.00 2 Lbs. 25c -

69c Lb. 25c
;: and 98c rFLA.

Hapgrade .$1.49 LOIN t, .1 t, .....te.I .
:..... A a ue ,' '
j* m mnrumm *vBACON

Place to Buy Good Work Shoes r u
e Mixtr: 2 Cans 25c +d

*LII.TOES lR un 2 Lbs. 25c

CAP C o \' Lb. lOci'I IT

1'1.,1, HALT ,8
lICot'T WEINERS Lb. 19c

fnmpfI"ltlon : I r ; l Lb. 17c FRYERS Live Lb. 23c I 2 Lbs. '25c

Sole or nHs BlW ,


0Iher Grades at ___ _.$1.49-$2.19-$2.49 fi I\E..OUO.s nuts NESTLES IU'II KITCHEN ('CJtJNTI&Y KIST ,6



BIG SHIRT )7//4flJ ) 2 Pkgs. 15c 3 Tall cans 2tc 3 for tOe Can lOcPOTAFOES ::' ,

Blue Grey or Tan IIJ/ NO. 1 '1'

SPECIAL Sizes' 14 to PRICE 17 I FANCYCOBIILEK '10 Lbs. 2 9c ,


__ Y Other Grades 49c I \ uu DAISY MAID CREAMERY BUTTER, Pound 39c ;kg tltt k


IT PAYS TO BUY AT I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c I1' CATSUP 14-oz. BoL lOc


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IW T....: ('IIMtir r 0' RT O P LIVE OAK- Tobacco producer I ; LOfliUA) .NIG. !LIGw.niT$. as 6ri+ abnlla rat
Rl,0tlll>\ KK.MTII JLKirlA L asw
1936 Florida bright II
who sold on the
( IHCIir IV ,%!. FOR HHAItVONIt I i iI
('01 VTV. IV CMAVIHH" leaf tobacco market received an I i I

WINSTON K AHNOW et nlfPlalntlffn : average of 23.46 cents a pound for I '
t ;,, ,
VELIZABETH their crop. Total sales of 3,158-: FARMERS SECTIONConducted )1 :

IiefendantsHi M (COOK et al. : 500 pounds brought revenue totall- ,I A' w

( )Kit. ..K PI m.irTIOV ing $7 0.999H. 1 'V '
'O'rI1'J 10 APPEAR I ,7
AM by Demonstration Agents
<< t
To Elizabeth M Cook Henry Clay > C &aOaand/or '
Cook and/or Henry C C'H tVCKIIVF 1 I
: M C Cook, Elisabeth Mary Cook r Holllnirflworlh mid 1I I Ii I I Y
Emma Piers Cook, Calherlne Urea Annld, II Holllnirswiirth.his ,
Cook; Robert Lawrence Cook;
lecirge Hippie Cook; Hattie (Olge wlf.l'lalnllft. 1I"I I I i :' /
W. HIppU E. H. @lb
fook George v*. CASE NO 626 l
Henry Payne Cochran Joseph W trading Cochran under and the J. Mary. C.>*fpndHntsOIII A. John.., .et alI d I" Hints To Housewives RURAL ': J y

firm name of Payne, Cochran and >KK 01" WI.K'VriOV' @
Company. George W Hippie: : E. Jl AM> 'lio'rU'.I"'O APPEAR! I COMMON SENSE 4
Payne; Joseph W Cochran; J Henry TUB STATE OF FLORIDA Weekly rmonsu.tI .- I For LAOD1h a4d$
Vincent' O'Kold, Individually )
Cochran, TO: Mary C. A. John., Mary A. C. A
and a* Trustee' fur fl, .orgen W. Johns Isaac Clark Margaret CI..rk."hCp () Specialist, Tallahassee By SPUDS JOHNSON f :rzD2/DA-
tint tleorge Krur. David Brown Fred 8. Pawion. Hul- ,
Forrey and Andrew Kudlslll.; fleorgen < Hulda Frevstt. 'slen- ,, SCENE OF
,Oltt Ueoige Krilg., David W Jacob C BrownFrederick GOOD TNEI
; : Lee .. Dswson, Marjtaret ) COLEE
pieramuel; A. Swann. (laurel ; lawson[ Mary C Johns, Ida John FIELD FOR EARNEST I M1SS".Ac.eE.

Charles Robert; Wiley K. 1Ielln..lI.Jr. Brown. Ida John., Ml Hard Brown In aectiona of the state CAPABLE YOUNG MEN '
and Edward many
.; Dovey Evelyn Uooneby Mlllard .. Drown Alice John, Lenora I 1 /
J. Uoos, bY. her husband Edward; Alice John. Alice I* Johns Jacob pear trees are loaded with a bum- M

Dovey Evelyn loolsby husband and and Francis Clifford Brown Mary Caroline per crop of fruit There are BO Another year of college endeavor ,
her ;
J. Ooolsby liorne
James T.
lckeraon W I.
:! Wackerman; //f ft living I and namedpersona If all Jones, Crlssle, Jones" Mary{ C A. many uses for canned pears that will begin within the next three ,

either or any above Brown, Hebron Drown T. II. Blenua.. the thrifty housewife should be weeks and no doubt there are I

claiming are dead Interest.then to under all persons the- T H. Pelenenus' Townsend Annie L. Town..nd.rcOrt".f Mary. O., prepared to utilize them to the full- many young men of Florida who .II I

raid. parties or any of them deceased land. ;: n C Hlcharil.: W W.: eat-plain canned and In many other planning to matriculate, are faced I
the I
In and to
or otherwise Tumblln. Richard. Arthur Townxondaa I of selecting the II
with the problem
hereinafter Attorney In fart for Annie Leighton ways.
To the several. and respective husband Townsend i. L.. A Pratt Luther A. Grading should be done carefully line of study which will equip them I I '
or wives of all the. natural Pratt Abraham Albergrer. William best for a vocation after gradua Y* '
the name. H. Davis, Charlotte( Albergvr. in order to obtain a uniform :

rwhom severallyvnd respectivelyare K. Winters Joseph Cone, If .Mary I pack. If pears are left In contact tion.Not i I
unknown to Plaintiffs, and If any of thorn be married I all suited for agriculture ',
men are
lf the air oxidize
husband with very long they
To any and all unknown persons the respective or S x'
who claim any estate, right, title each married person above named. and turn brown rapidly. This can and agricultural work; no. r R
or Interest. In and lo the lands hereinafter and If dead. the heir, legal representatives not by a long shot. It Is with the
be avoided to some extent by placIng -
described, or any part thereof t devisees, legatees, grantees ; -
either. a* heir, devisees, legatees, and other claimant under each. the fruit in a salt bath ((2 tablespoons Idea of helping those who may -I
grantee. or other claimants of, Much deceased. person above named have considered agriculture aa avocation "
of Hat
salt to one gallon\ wa-
through or under any of the above .lame. T. Houter and John McHae a*
named defendants, or either ofthem trustees under Trust Deed. recorded I ter). Brine checks the action of that we write today. ,
; In Deed Hook () on page 104 et seq|. for Agriculture is not a get-rich-
the responsible
oxldase enzyme I
hereof of the current public
To any and all corporation, quick line of work It Is hard work
whose corporate existence. may have Kradford County Florida and the browning. I IMMA-llI E"J2 -
successors In trust of them and each initiative knowledge ,
requiring ability d .fir
terminated and the unknown officers
claimant, benoIclarlcm As the Is low In acidity,
of them and all the pear J)
directors, agent, trustees or and
other unknown person or persons, and other peronw claiming; only a medium syrup is used for
corporations who under Bald trust: (the place of r....,- qualities. One who goes Into agriculture -
corporation or
dance of each any every. the foregoing the best grade; a heavier syrup 'BUGCOLEE -
have In any capacity or manner succeeded must be sincerely interest 1
to or acquired any right title persons being: olr.J; ; gives too sweet a taste. This syrup
or Interest of any kind or character Florida Land and Immigration ed in it and its possibilities of beIng --c- G2&.A72YN.J.AIiGRD
Is made together one
In and to the lands hereinafter >any of Florida, Florida Land and by boiling of service. .
described. ; Immigration Company First Band quart of sugar with two quarts of

To the officers Agents, and Trustees and Ille.. Mortgage!The Florida Company Land and of Faln Immigrallon .-- water. Strain to remove Impuri- Agriculture, coming to the front ..' :; .,: '!"':',; ;; "
and all unknown persons, firmsor and .. SCI. NT'lST.!!;
recent assumingIts
Company Florida RailroadCompany ties. during years .t'\t.: \ ;
Interest .
claiming "
coiporatlttns an
under. the Florida Land and Immigration RHHJfrns and and the successors other claimants, grantees Canned Pears rightful rank along with other "'..(.......,...."..'.. ._,.o\... ...;.:: 5.Ay /;-;:
Company In and to the ; "
land hereinafter described; under. them and each. of them; and Peel leave whole or cut in major lines of activity will con- w""" NOT *

To Mutual Naval Stores Company, all parties clalmlna Interest under tinue to advance and its future is
the above named persona or corporations halves and remove core. When mv.PNseC
a corporation under the law of the
It will afford a reasonably
State of Florida If still In existence, or any of them or other- packed whole leave stems on. bright. /
and If not In existence as a corporation wise In the following; described' comfortable and stable livelihoodto '
Cook from I 5 to 10 minutes accord-:: l
property situate In Bradford: County.
to the 'officers a&enl..nd the man who works hard persistently
trustees and all unknown persons, I-'nrlda. to-wit: I Ing to size In a medium syrup until -
firms or corporations claiming an I E'4' of Wifi of BWV and S\ atwft : and capably.The .
flexible. This preliminary -
Interest under Mutual Naval Store.Company of NB4 of SWt and, uommmirlnK -

a corporation.. In and to :2 j chains of. (South NE'4 (of,fNorlhw".t cook Is necessary In order to future for agriculture Is HAMMOCK Is one of Southlorida's ',t l1e bothersome REV Bio or t i iGEH I. ,
the lands hereinafter. described.To ; corner but It Is also full of competition
The First' National Bank of SWV4 and run South' 3 chain., make full pack. In packing small bright / historic spots. He. e d iu> inj the is not an insect at art but belong( i to
Hanover Pennsylvania, a corpora.lion Knot. 314' chains. North 8 chain. pears whole, place each layer I which will continue to
: Seminole band of Indians the class Arachnida which include
war a gathered great
under the laws of the United West 3''t chain to beginning" stems let the second row fill grow keener in the years to come.
States, with Its. office and of all In Section X, Township. 7 up;
place and massacred white who the spiders and scorpions. In the adul
business. In Hanover Pennsylvania; Mouth, )tangs SZ East, also: all the spaces between the two stems. To compete successfully with others every person

To tleorge W. Hippie and Company of Nli of NW/4 of Line NW'i Kallroad Went. For larger pears pack the first in the field it will be necessaryfor had settled in the community except a'state red bugs have eight legs uher
Seaboard Air
If at a corporation this time., and and If If a In corporation existence of right-of-way, In Section 17.21 layer with stems up second layer the young man to be thoroughly mail:.. by the name of COLEE and his son. insects have six. .

and not In existence, then Township 7 South' Range. with stems down and continue to familiar with the most efficient
to the officers, agents. and trustees. Kant. lot 18, IB and 16 of Davis,
and all unknown persons claiming Brother and Truby's Subdivision alternate up and down adding the agricultural practices, have a

any Interest under Oeomo W Hippie aa per plat thereof. recordedIn hot (strained) as the layersare knowledge of marketing and to m
and Company In and to the .lands Deed Book E. page. 680 thereof syrup the that Is necessary 1933 but food prices have lagged the level of other cost of living real and bakery products rac
hereinafter. desctlhed If not a corporation of the current. publlo record. built up. Process quarts 16 to possess training
then to all unknown per- of Bradford. County Florida also 20 minutes depending on length of to attain leadership and exercise behind in the recovery process despite Items. earnings per person employed t?
Sons, successor. legs) represenlatlvea I EN of HWl. of NK'i of Section it. two droughts and an artificial How Price Compare a greater purchasing pow thai
or asslgna'claiming an Interest 8, Township 7 South, Range precook.If 1929."
under Ueurge W. Ripple andCompany I 22 Bat. pears are canned In tin, plunge The University of Florida College control program. Contrasting retail prices as of
and the Individuals comprising TAKE! NOTICE that a milt has. been Although bearing no earmarksof the middle of July. 1936. with those He did not attempt to Inclu
into cold water
such firm In and to the .lands. Instituted. In the above named Court Immediately of Agriculture strives to pro-
hereinafter described: and cause by the flllne of a sworn cool as quickly as possible, as the vide the Information and the a political document Mr. Bean's that prevailed at the same time his survey any estimate of

You and each are herebyseverally bill of complaint by the above nsmad I analysis undoubtedly will be quoted of year in 1929, follows: comparable purchasing powe
,tflla"tU Winston E. F. C. Holllna-'worth and Annie fruit may turn pink, and thus be training and to stimulate the lead-
Ma wife, a.. plaintiff from time to time by Democrat. That cereals and the unemployed and those on r
Arnow Hal Edwards and Highland. B. HolllnuKworth, debarred from commercial mark I ership that is needed. The important bakery products
Timberland Company, Inc. a corporation *. seeking to quiet and confirm be' I ic politicians In answer to the Republicans' were seven cent cheaperthis for 1928 and 1936 since data
have filed their sworn Bill their prior title, and that of eachof ets. Better quality pears can places held In actual farming per
of Complaint In th.'Ircull Court them which they warranted to obtained when canned in tin than research and other phases of agri- I adoption of the "high year; meats twenty-five per these classes was not avail

against for Bradford you and each County of,you Florida as 'defendants : their grantee foe simple of record. title) a*to an the indefeasible In glass because of quicker cooling.If culture by many of its graduatesIs cost of living" as a campaign issue cent cheaper; dairy products, twen- The analysis dealt chiefly that

seeking the foreclosure of above described 1 lands, (such quietIng additional flavor, as lemon or evidence enough that its efforts ty-two per cent;; eggs twenty-six factory workers adding
certain tax sale certificates. cover.log title to enure to the benefit, of I workers in a broader list of
cent fruits and
at Scale vegetables
add to Waged Under 1928
is desired per ;
the lands desvilbed a* follow., their grantees) AGAINST YOU AND ginger syrup have not been in vain. With Its manufactu
to wit: EACH OF YOU AS DEFENDANTS beginning of pre-cook. Add a decoration faculty of earnest conscientious, Earnings per person employed in twenty-five per cent; beverages, dustries including
All of Section Twenty. (20)) ; all of and also against the followingoth- fats and mining transportation, whol
Ethel M. of sliced lemon or ginger and capable teachers and with Its factories are today about twelve forty per cent; oils twen
Section Twenty-one (21); all of Section er defendant, to-wltt the balance
Twenty-two ((22) all of Section JJIM'.., a* administratrix. of the estate root In packing the jar. expanded curriculum the Collegeof per cent below those of 1928 while ty-one.per cent, and sugar and and retail trade

Twenty-three ((23)l except. of E. L. Bla-gB deceased. MocellMcOruder Is to offer food prices are eighteen per cent sweets, eleven per cent. tween earnings and food CDS ,
Mr. Agriculture equipped
Houth-east Quarter of South-east' J. H. McCIruder, I
Quarter; all of Section' Twenty-four Maud M Brownlee and Mr*. Uea MISSION HAUL. more in the line of training and below the level of that year Mr. "It is clear," Mr. Bean continued practically as that shown for
(24): North-east INE>,4) Quarter of Week Wilson aa administratrices of
lesson Bean disclosed.
North-east. (NEW ) Quarter, West- the estate deceased, I Quite a profitable was teaching than ever before. that for all groups, except ceo tory workers;'

half (WU) of North-east (NEt4)) THIS IS: -tiI.it lFJrt"lk"'r COMMAND gained as well as an interesting Not to man who Is The 1936 I drought it was estimated -
Quarter. \ North-half already pushed
(NWt4\ ) Quarter of Section APPEAR IN THIS! ABOVENTI- In college or who is going to matriculate I
Twenty-five (25)j all of Section Tl.ED CAUSE on Monday October gathered on the usual evening for do we write today, but to prices up about five per cent or FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
Tw..nly(26)" all of Section trr ti- A. D. 1936. otherwise. the allegation
Bible study this week. And the I 1 I about half way up to the total ad-
Twenty-seven (I'h. except. Southeast of ald) those who have considered agriculture -
Quarter. of South-east. Quarter; will be taken a. eonfessedobylyou. spiritual Influence of three min- and who feel that they vance caused by the drought two Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to BetIde

North-half (NH), West.half (Wto) This. order. of publication and noticeto isters bf the Word added to the atmosphere I years ago. The peak of meat
of South-west (8WV. QuarterHoutheant ; appear I I. Issued pursuant to Order requirements
("HE"4), Quarter of Southwest of Hon. Z. Adkln ':sdtr; of of the meeting. I mentioned we say: It's a good lifea prices will not be felt by the house- MODERATE PRICES
(SWV,) Quarter: West-hal above ;dAC er The weary the sorrowing, the i wife until next year and by that
(WK.) of South-east (SEV) QuarterNortheast ; In, I life that will reward you in DeWITT C. JONES
(NEVt\ Quarter of Southeast I Witness. my hand and the official distressed and bereaved especially material and spiritual goods in time it is hoped they will be off Starke Florida

(SEVi> Quarter of Section Twentyelght I seal of said Court, at Starke, are rested comforted and relieved set by Increased production and
I ((28)i: all of Section Twenty Bradford County, Florida, this 3rd proportion to the sincerity work
nine (29)' East-half. (BV6) of Northeast : day of September: A. D. 1D34 by the simple, gospel ser and service which you show and lower prices of dairy products,
(NEc( ) Quarter; East-half (E....) A. f THOMAS: vices held and many are availing fruits and vegetables. .
of South-east ("SK'4) Quarter. and all Aa Clerk. Circuit Court perform.
of West-half (WV.) of North-eas Bradford County Florida. themselves of the opportunity afforded Successive advances In food

(NEH) Quarter lying' East. of River (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) in "The Upper Room." WEIRD DISCOVERY prices since 1933 have brought the
in Section Thirty (.HO); North-ens KNIGHT A KNH1IITAttorney For
A musical treat will be
(NEW Quarter of Section Thirty for Plaintiff. special PASS-A-GRILLE excited general average of retail food costs Expert RepairingSmith's

two (32); North-half (N'U and 9-4-6t-10-3 emphasized next week when some young lady attracted a crowd more nearly in line with the aver
North-eaot (NEt4) Quarter of" Southeast ,
talent In
out-of-town will assist
4) Quarter of SectionThirty.three I \OTHR OF KI.F.CTION: around her at the beach when she age of other cost of living items,

of North-east (NE'4) Quarter of the State of Florida
will be continua
"Houth-weHt. (HW <. ) Quarter. 01 I lie It Known That I, R. A. Gray study probably a a narrow mound of sand. On- Living costs other than foods

North-east. (NEt.) Quarter Southeast secretary of the. State of Florida, do. tion of the Book of Acts. ly a shoe and sock were visible. including clothing rent heat GaragePhone
KK"4)!! Quarter of North-west hereby give notice that a .
(NW14) Quarter, WesthalfV'io) of GF.'Ii"H' CL F.1."rIO'VWill : The rest of the "body" apparentlywas house furnishings, etc, have remained -

North-west (NWW. and tinuth-half" be held In Bradford County ANDREWS IRKED buried. A spectator startedto approximately seventeenper
of Section Thirty-four (34);: all of State of Florida on Tuesday next DAYTONA BEACH Twitted
Section Thirty-five (88) except succeeding. the first Monday In November dig with his hands. Just thena cent below those of 1928, while 120

West-half "f Houth-eBHt Quarter; A. D. 1936. the said Tuesday by elderly members of his audience bewhiskered elderly man hop food prices went forty-two per

six 13d1. all lielntf In Township Knur For United State Senator. from the Townsend plan and less about the that grandson of mine," he apolo- advanced to a level of eighteen per

(4), South Range Twenty-two. 22), State of Florida, for the 2 year. accomplishments of the Roosevelt wooden cent below, or just slightly under
East: unexnlred term. of Duncan U. gized. "Always burying my -
Also North-eHHt (NEVi ) Quarter. of Fletcher. deceased administration Judge C. O. An- leg while I'm In swimming."
Bouth-west (R'V'' .. of Section For United Stales Senator from the drews of Orlando Democratic
He to automobile with
Three (8), Township Five ((5), State of Florida. for the 4 year candidate for the United States hopped an
i South, Ranice Twenty-twu (21). unnxplred term of Park Trarn- the artificial member.
t East and to cancel and terminateany mell deceased. Senate, excused himself from com-
Intermit that you may nave In For seven. IT) Presidential. Electors I pletion of at Labor ALlDFFLDRIDA >>
a speech a
and to said lamia Day
For One Representative. of the Second Prices Of Food W:
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that .ongr..lonA I District. I 01 celebration in Oceanfront Park
i you and each of you do appear In the State of Florida. In the (let ,,
aid cause at the Clerk1 office In '- Congress.. of the United here last night. As he left the Are'Still Under : -- :. oC_ .w.._ '-rn". -..+R''If. 0

the Court house In Starke: Bradford State. platform Judge Andrews told his

the tth County day of Florida October, on A. Monday II. 1836., For Oovernor. of the Slat of Florida hearers he had thought they knew Those Of 1928 I 4' 1 atLow11CircleTourfrratess

the same being, Rule Day and there Fof Secretary of State of the Stateof enough about the Townsend Plan -
after file your answer. or other Florida.For and that he had made himself clear s Town yon own STATC: Ibis .II IID.'
'pleading clecTte a*confessg you may will be advisedor b. 011I'la.: General. of the state Ion that Issue during his Despite i and see All of florida al he bat Florida Motor tint
lira entered campaign. Increase In the grocery bill, thehousewife's I' summera
against yotf. For Comptroller of the State of t .1 special "Circle Tour" tare Is Just mad for the
\ dollar still buys six
IT IS FfRTHER visit the enttie
ORDERED that Florida. ) VMStlonUt or business ovu who wanls to
this order. be published once a week For Treasurer of the State of Flor CARD OF THANKS or seven' per cent more food than It it peninsula 9re tet comJoH and al lowest possible col
for four consecutive. weeks. In Itmd- ida. We wish to express our sincere did in the of 1928 and Cestnl
ford County Telegraph a Tubllo Instruction I prosperous days is Takes la the whole East Coast Wt Coast
newspaper For Superintendent I I.
published In 1Iradlo'd( County, of the State of Florida I thanks to the many "white friends" and 1929 Department of Agriculture v, q r Florid. msldng a complete "Circle elFlorida.

Florida For Commissioner of Agriculture of for the beautiful flowers sent to economists declared last week. < ." Start ..ywh.... lave any 3 5
DUNE AND ORDERED at (Cham the State of Florhl.L.For < 'S t I'. .r s $12
bars In "'Htarke Florida, this 2nd day Two Justice of the Supreme our beloved father and brother, Droughts and AAA "plowing un- t schedule. BnBmlted stopover prirUeflesennrale. e

of September A. D 1936. Court "Uncle Rand Albert". May God's der" notwithstanding food prices } Ask agent for complete details..
A. Z Al> .
KJNS. of
For One Railroad
' Judge). the State of Florida richest blessing rest upon you all. have not yet caught up with the j '< Frequent Service-Low Fares
&t.JO-2 For State Senator for Fifteenth. Senatorial Louise Byrd Increase In father's salary check

IV CIHCI'IT (OIHr IV AVO FOB Florida.District of the State of Victoria Mack. according to an analysis of statistics J .f x Jacksonvillep a ---'- 260 260

RR41)FOi1D' tOUVTY. IV tilt*. For One Member of the Hnuaa of -.- made by Louis H. Bean eco- Daytona Beach ___2.40 Orlando --- --
! ( '' KY.VASCO I'NDBRHIUi Florida.representative of the State of Flowers of the California lilac nomic adviser to the department. ..eN.'e y Miami _________5.80 Lake Wales _" _- 3.l'

.. Plaintiff For County Judge. bush produce an abundance of Both food prices and workers'

> DIVORCE For> Sheriff cleansing lather, when rubbed in earnings fell over forty cent STATION
JOHNIE; LOTT UNDERH1L1 For Clerk of the Circuit Court. per UNION BUS
Defendant ) For County Assesaor of Taxe water. Between 1928 and the early part ofBEASLEY'S at /
OHIIKIt Ol- PI'BI.I4-4T1OV For Tax Collector.For SIRS. E. H. SMITH: Agent

.VOIHI1O APPEAR County Superintendent of Pub- -.- -.- .. y- T .. .. .. 120-W
,) Jobnl Lott Underbill whole Ito Instruction. ;. Opposite Court House Phone
residence. I* unknown: For County Surveyor.ior t
It Is hereby ordered that you are Five County Commissioners.
:required to apnear on October 6, For Three !Member. of the County SERVICE STATIONWe
1B3 before the above entitled. Courtto Board of Public Instruction tl0RID A MoTORJNE
the bill of Complaint filed For Justice of the Peace In and for
against you In the above entitled the following Justice Districts,
,ran... and the Bradford County Via: Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas.
T..l"a-raph Is hereby. designated a* No 8.
the duly qualified newspaper In For Constable In and for the following and Oil-Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries.
whl 1 h this Order shall be published Justice Districts, Via: ,
en"i ') a'week. fur tour consecutive No. a

w -.ek.. In Testimony Whereof, 1 have BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
Witness my hand and the seal. of hereunto set my hand and affixed .
tills Court at Starke Florida tills lit the Ureat. Seal' of the
day of September A. I) 1HJ4 State of Florida, at Tallahaa-
OFFICIAL SEAL) sea, the Capital, this the 24lb SERVICE r t r
A. J. THOMAS day of August. A. D 1 16. STATION
As Clerk of The Circuit Court (I..H.) K. A. GRAY, X41 n iJ i'
Bradford C'oun'v. Florida. Secretary of State.
Opp. Court House
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SST c, 0.chool. Price, Pastor By Tom Whfttley. LeesburgA :Mrs. o. E. Crosby CorrespondentMrs GAINESVILLE -- State Attor- at the

Jefy S 10 o'clock a. m.. ;, wcywulrAlctA I is for alertness, which drivers Raiford Brown" Miss Ma. ney J C. Adkins said that a num- Florida State College for Women

I should use ber of precinct election officials in dairy like their shower.. well during .
bel ParrUh and of
Paul Lanier,
1Do Wto rhfpp. 11 a. m. i B la for brakes to apply when Plant City, and Cecil Ward, of Levy County had Informed him the warm weather handlers argil

Orl1la : m.r.p confused that their books had been changed kept busy moving them along. Before -
: Jacksonville were of Mrs.
; Worehlp' 1:30 p. m. C la for caution, to be used at Henry Brown. Miss Nona Brown after the first Democratic primary being milked the cows step.

Teacberl iIIi "Meeting. Wedne.I .- all times, and Mr. and Mrs Sim Kelly this held on June 2. Mr. Adklna Into a wading pool and are washed -

: D Is for drunkenness, the worst week-end. said that he Is trying to learn why by sprays of water
,'::1:1 aervtce Wee driving crime.E .
4..ee.SP'IJ1.Prayer Andre write seldom to Suzy and made such a brilliant record aa a Is for earnestness In drivinga Miss Neta Kelly spent the weekend several seta of figure were an.

his adoring father. While at the pilot. in Brooker. nounced as the official Levy County '

_Church flying field he meets and becomes Baron Charville would not allow F Is for load fogginess so feared on Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Crosby and vote for the gubernatorial can. !, I AUTO PARTS l

)(lstbo41SS Interested In beautiful Madame Suzy to write of buby were the guests of her .
Pastor.Lri.yScDOollOa.io. his Illness. It was the road. parents didates. About seventy-five
Montgomery persona New Hud 1.... P.... far all ,
M. de Chablis He Is I
S' decorated nothing serious and he would not G 1* for grade that demandslots Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns, Have already been questioned, ,
for valor .l.ATLANTIO
have Andre worrying about home of at New River Sunday.
Worshlp-11 a, m. care, and others are scheduled!' to be examined I 1.:1.w.: Hoar._lbi>.. n-IIX
hrving League 7:30: p. m. He needed all his thought H is for hazards you'll find Mr. and Mrs. Britt Alvarez and I !Al'Nan\11LL.C. "" .UIU..". I I
rttt EIGIIT next week :
for his work. He
Worship 8 p. m. was not forced to everywhere. children of Pine Level were dinner

\' ng ta all these setv- lie in bed he was only confined to I is for Injuries so often sustained guests of Mr. and Mrs L. A.

ouare invited: Captain Terence Moore stood at the house for a little time and ev- Crosby, Sunday.
attention before his
"' "Do colonel. ery day found his strength to writea J Is for Jails when they can't be Miss Nel Latha Lavender, of

preehytcrlan; Church you think I'm collecting autographs loving gossipy letter to his son. explained.K Pine Level spent the night with

." the superior officer ask- .. ..... .
Suzy with -" .
H Lowry, Minister agreed him that Is for kindness you show Misses Betty nad Doris Crosby r'- "
ed in
GeOrge a rather authoritative
voice. Andre
Sabbath SchooL should have no worries. She the way. Thursday night

[lip, a A, m M. Morning Worship; bombard"If not, why do you continually decided also the baron should have L is for law which all should Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children,
me applications fora none.
Any fear
or anxieties she .
L. pastor. obey.M with her sister and I
by the transfer? I have spent the day
already received felt,
Kg m Young Peoples Yes- and any loneliness or heartachesshe is for morgues where lie all brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A
I p. refused nine. Let kept bravely to herself. the dead j
Sel'l'lceI i there be II Johns, in Starke Friday I
' Worship. an end to It. You are It was a few hours after Andre's N Is for negligence the court'sverdict Mrs. Raiford Brown and Miss ,

I.IJI-Evenlng' needed right here In England You crash that she sat with the Baron rend
Mabel Parrish and Paul Lanler of .
;; Church must abide by the decisions of reading letter
g.sewood Baptist a aloud. O is for ordinances supposed to Plant City, and Miss Nona Brown

,.L. O. Hemingway, Pastor your superior officers. "He says he's fine but working be known. and Fate Brown attended the Labor t

View every Sunday. Bible sir"Very?" well, sir. Anything else, hard; that's why he can't write P Is for pedestrians' who have Day Dance at Hampton Beach

110:19: a. m. Services at 3:30: every day. But he hasn't been in rights of their own. Monday night. rtk
Ll in tfternoon.BBTBEL the You are to take seven of a moment's danger And he says Q is for quickness of thought, Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Rues and J
new ships to the Fourteenth ) I am to tell he thinks of when It's needed.R
you you M Mott an dxona, Louie and O. J.,
\PTIST CHURCH French Squadron In three days.They've often and always with pride be- Is for rules, which should always spent the weekend at their homesin

lev. L A. Donnley, Pastor been losing theirs with uncanny cause he is your son Oh and here'sa be heeded.S Brooker. They are here at

;.rrIces every first Sunday. I regularity. There may be threat to me He says f'tn allS Is for safety, less speed and present operating a saw mill.

ILd daY School, 2:30 p. m. more care --- -

|j all. Study and Prayer Services T is for thinking do you do OFFICE URLS; SHOULD APPLY ,I Il'.

Saturday night your share rr.KKUME TO KltltlT
U Is for understanding the oth- EARS ONLY tJ \

ft Marks Episcopal Church er man's rights, >

nice on second fourth and V Is for visa blUt)', so see to The pitfalls of perfume are responsible .

JLsundays at 11 o'clock. m. your lights, for a very unusual rl'g1I'hltlon ", .J 1 G

Bjtuy: and choir practice at W Is for watchfulness when approaching In the offices of Kenneth V I r Ny e x '

'#dt. a hill. court at
BS>o'clock on Friday nights pre. Wilson clerk of federal t'h
Sunday services X is for X-ray used after a Toledo, Ohio. The new regulationreads

Graham ig Christian ChurchRev Af' Y Is spill for, you, on which all this "In:the future, employees of this COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS '

depends, office who feel they must apply
C C. Johns, Pastor FF F- Z for zeal thus the
Is alphabet perfume to the lobe of the ear.

Iwlce second and fourth Sun. ends.Released. will apply It to the right and not 2. to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars t:;

|i, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by governor's committee the left ears."

School every Sunday 3 p.m. on public safety. until I
Now this la very puzzling Ji
Ixivict every Sunday night 8 It Is explained that when girls t
la.Ipnyer. ;
: heart"In used the telephone, a delicate bouquet
We that
meeting Wednesday uggrt
drawing back her arm. Suzy lingered on the receiver. The

L knocked over a vase of flowers receiver, in turn. Imparted a faerie you make. a lent '. }'
"Oh dear; she cried. "What a fragrance to the auditor protuber I", s

1rtKMtly l147J"Your mess I've made. 111 have to get ances of males Using the Instrument .;

another vase and something to thereafter. "It is a difficult 1'I I+\

30B) JONESComments wife?", Terry laughed as he sweep up this broken glass." thing," said Mr. Wilson, "for a :
to make his wife understandwhy "
helped himself to chicken leg. man
a As she ran out of the room, Andre > '
On Here his ear should smell like lilies tra miles In II-C.. t t's
looked after her with a
,. .. Dial Pen
a.Ir..r .r of the valley.-Sun (
And Hereafter look on his face. There was l'
Co. .
Tel. )
foul play Involved. Whatever the very well, but If I'm not a good something like a frown about his .-- me

an outstanding South. cause, we are sending them new daughter to you he's going to pack eyes and his lips were pressed close The eyelid of the cuckoo ray, a Soo thoSinclair \

ones. And the special model you me off to New York." together. He was deep in thought fish la located Inside the ,
rare eye
Minister wrote"a lamentation"the !
when there was a tap on the door. Dealer
will deliver to Captain Charvllle. I Is'g
!lilt 'spiritual state" of themth She hoped it sounded all right. Itself between the cornea and the ,
think met." In answer to his "come in, it opened
you've Every time she read these letters pupil. :
However. in this samet and he shouted happily': .
"Several times. He Is the best to the baron, she was afraid he Urry/WI.. /1..Y awLw H $,,9 V. .e 11. .1
he discounted the great "Terry Moore! Am I glad to see .<(.>**.> .......,......"
flier I've ever seen. might that the paper she was
es of the Bible such as the guess
you-and not because you're bring '
for In her hands was blank. Malaria -; \
Inspiration of the Bible, the "He has a reputation being holding ing me your wonderful planes, 666

birth of Jesus, and the sec- reckless," said the colonel, speaking She had just finished reading the !. It 4.T.
,,' Sinclair/ / (Inc.) t
Ag. Refining Company
coming of our Lord. "Jesus now as man to man, with a Imaginary letter when Albert en- COLDSI
"They thought at the field you'dsleep FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 'T
smile. "I've heard
"'M encouragement to find out little knowing tered with a telegram Ii
better if you knew it was << TA n'.F1TS flril <.T I'IIONE 13d .
time of the second coming" rumors that he la a great success Charville wound. ... t
"Captain Andre I SALVE' NVSB tlmtdarh 8OlinOPS
with the ladles." here but"-polntlng' to the table,, MI.... J. H. WAINWRIGHT At.STARKE '
the writer. I cannot under. ed In action-condition not serious .. ::3 J
"I'll run along now that I've re I "It.h-Mr-Tl.r"-W.rld'a '
rjid: how any man would so mist "He Is continental in his charm ," Suzy read ported I'm afraid I'm Intruding." LI.I..t FLORIDA '" t

the Word of God. Jesus and behavior certainly," answered .
"Albert," said the baron. "Please "You Idiot! Of course you'renot. .. -. .. '"'. ':j
the twenty-fourth chapter of Terry. "He Is attractive to women. .
I must -
help me to the telephone. Wouldn't you like some of '- '
thew taught most emphatical- I suppose, and lionized by everyone. get in touch with the War Officeat this stuff! sent down from home?' ;1
!hilt t certain world conditions But he is brave and gallant. I admire :
once to arrange for a pass so "Would I? But how did It get)
add precede His return. ,All him very much." husband" P r
Madame may go to her through ? A :
jli the New Testament tie are "Anyway, his private life Is no ? $ ,
left telephone "
4 )Before Suzy's train a "My wlfe.-
that when certain things hap. concern of yours or mine. I shouldnot
call had been put through to "Your wife ?' Terry laughed as
lie may know "the coming of have mentioned It, perhaps. III 1
Captain Charville had he helped himself to a chicken
Lord the hospital. _
draweth nigh. In the Now see that the planes are ready
been shaken that was all. and held a glass of champagne
badly up wing
chapter of the Acts of the' and are delivered within three

/Miles the disciples asked Jesus dys. You will stay to test them, A day or two or rest and he wouldbe in the other hand. "You t I 1 1 !ATiI }1 fbI
He all right. So Suzy went off In don't have to pretend to me, old I
would at that time RE. of course. And if it U any satis-
RE THE KINGDOM OF IS- faction to you who seem determined good spirit, laden with a big ham man. I know you and your wives
of delicacies: for the patient. A Is It the blonde, or the red-head or
\EL. Jesus neck per orra Nag orra MO. iulhtr
told them that it was to risk your precious ALL rout
for them to know the times teat pilots have been known to young officer met her at the train. the widow or -" ....r....".,.-...I yo rot OMIT / *Affrtailtwrbt. I rye roe oiarAurrvt
Charvllle said 'You'llrecognize O.*41.d.e.1 .rAND
Uw seasons. He spoke to them' break theirs. "Captain "For heavens' sake Interrupted C.tryH.....,year Cmamtrf Ho**,1 y.arTh

t the Holy Ghost which would thrilled when he her easily. No matter Andre. "Not so loud. She'll be back Tk. farm. I.u..... I T.. $180 .Tmrm Taaraal. year $ .po
Andre was
me' upon them and how many women get off the train, in a minute. Get this straight I'mnot TIltS NEWSr-ATD AND THa{ NawSPA10
equip them heard that the new planes were to the prettiest That r. O..Tear FM O..Y.ar
If the service for which they had He knew Just go up joking or trying to put any
coming from England. _
called. will be my wife. thing over on you. The young
p This does not mean the he was flying was In bad
P t we are not to look for our condition one despite all he and the I The words brought a glow to woman who will be with us any Country Hon-i; MC CALL'STHIS

[!*!'. return. We are not to be mechanics could do. He left the Suzy's face. Forgotten were the minute now you have never seen 1 }1N g1R ).11 1

lit days when there had She is i Madame Andre Charvllle PiL'ta D TIEq
are to busy to to his quar long, weary 8 $totY rl
early Church field, meaning go r eto
the her
it In she has J-il
turned world ters and write home, telling the been no letters from Andre. and since our marriage NEWSPAPER === + '"enr rAeMrn

:'l)llde down They were expect.Venus news. Neither Suzy or his father heart was only happinessthat been"living In Paris with my fa .

to come back. The church heard of the brilliant and love. ther. for 1 and 1 1
ever when she en- "All If so." year
my needs She was wordless right. you say
a revival of the doc- Moore, of course, but he
Terence but her face and "This Is the truth. AndI'm 10
of the tered the room,
eminent of
coming had
that what
"Lord!. would explain her tender kiss as she went over no saint, as you know, but she lathe 3 Big Magazines
done for planes made flying much THIS NEWSPAPER ..11t
Madamede to him as he sat In a wheeled chair finest squarest girl In the
safer. But he found told all she would have said world. I don't want her hurt by I I
T &m neither a fundamentalist Chabris waiting for him and weren't scared out careless joke she might over for on* full year 9 ;7I
"I any
"[. modernist." drove off with her Instead. The hope you I
That Is whatL and father he hear"

*Poachers say. But they elth- letter could wait until his wonder. of said your gently.wits-"They you shouldn't have "Of course not" said Terry. "Na I And 4 Big Magazines e

!'k* not mean what they say or ful new plane arrived and then he ; sent word." turally, now that I know you are in )
you ,
do not know what they are would write them all about It. Suzy had a horrible fear that she earnest, I will be most careful. 1 l
:r. The fundamentalist beth The letter was never written went, for would cry from relief and from You know I would not say any.thing yd

that Bible Is the Word the next morning something she took refuge in the com- which would embarrass you
God. The modernist believes( wrong with his plane which he was She pulled up a little or cause your wife any uneasi
hu the monplace.
Bible CONTANS for the last time and it the Select Any 3 Magazines
the Word taking up table beside him and ran to ne...
1 Rod' Those two fell as he was taking off from the knob of the door .w........ ..,...
'It be positions can- just hamper. They heard From This List g.....0. n,..Mu-..___

armonized. If the funda- the flying field. The chef and Albert ransacked turn. .. ..."f frdw 1" 0 senate'-. '" -..-
.. 1 .. a -
|e0 Uitat ; I8 right the modernist Is If Andre had known his father the larder and the cellar," she said\ "Come in, dear" Andre said, as Kn......st H_y 6 aur..._ .1 .,- "ltI''11I101101I"..... .. : .. .dw 0 01.N.pWN"r',. ..,. 2::

g. If the Is right. was ill, he would have written ev- I delicacy hesitated at sight of a ChtWt.a H .Id w.n.1. 4 711. ,f .
"They've sent you every Suzy : ...: p-Sc/:at-wM Ill ,_J....y" 1s.
Itindamentallet tried to get Orra .
!Illata Is wrong. Mod- cry day; he would have they could find. And your father, strange man in the room. "I want H_.... M...... _I M_ t" ..t_) 1" R ...t/-...N_",: 1.... f

and fundamentalism are not permission to go to see him. For suddenly she became serious. "An you to meet my good friend. Captain ,ooiM Hm. (tor M.ta.n)_1 j..r 00-e.C111'.Mat' 1: .1 ::.1ar'''''' 1 3 rwr
it4I Ing about he loved his father wheeled i4aC.U'. M.....*. _I T.ar ... . .CIw4 3
the his own somethingwarn As .
in way. .
hlir Interpretation tell Moore. Terry .. IT N. .
dre, I must you M. i. CI_. year 0 Aed ) .. a.hhn/ J"
r pture. They are fighting and he loved Suzy. But It was There Is a secret you around to acknowledge the Introduction M*.dl* I.rt 1 .,... Ogttl (IOJI, e 1.. 8 NraM.t/ M.N, J yr '' i iPtotedal

'|5 the authority of scripture in his nature to live In the momentand not and I you.must keep from him. I've he said: "Terry, my wife, Pm Op.5511'. IfS Mo." tl.....,..)_-s I .,_-a 8 ,/dhledlr..nto e1pIM 1.11Ny' ) .. 1"I N ..owrmU, ........... i .. 1w
lever had .
'a:Ie .! the Book says is so" is for the moment. If it grown to love him; I didn't know Madame Charvllle." P.eha.d.r (t..kl) _I yar 0 0 '1e1..1. ...1.. 1,. 0 "N'.. ...NM/Lq{ J
? '"
.til glUl of the fundamentalist. been for that, he might not have there were people in the world i (Next week Huzy enlist* Ter Ief F..w...r -_! year.... .......11.It." . 1" 0 /rawlu Ii IL' . J'ogr..oIu ,

lit the Book says IS NOT SO" Is Old Book like him. I won't let him be hurt ry' aid to r.firue Andre from a .....N. atoli.. I 1. .e. 8 W ImY..'..... I rr 0 ..-III.,...,.. J r.
but the C0fl A _
IIJIW8J .. 1 T"'" th" 2
of the modernist The may stand.pass away It Is God's Book. It is even when the hurting comes only horrlbln' dun ..r.J Ser..ulb.r.look AarlaulturbtTim _I ..,.., a a aeuhrtiNl\..Ii"-'. 1. lIfe a ........"'ul 1I"'t,.. '.:'.t 0 Jr III 1.
mentalist will ..... _I ,.., .M.Woos. Ill "" .
IQ says the Bible l Is in- through thoughtlessness""Will C.Df. a t.lPe' ......a ware 3 rr
'crab hook What God has authoritative. It Is divinely ? he asked .'. wend' 1 yet 0 yha f....Je.nJ 3 y fi 6/'_)..,. ) 0 1,.
what God's holiness.It you explain ... > .,Unlit :a... ?I? .
reveals tho follawtnf .r.\
the spired. It MOTB-Clitck 0' n I iuAFN"h::: "'*''' "
't '
devil has said what understand""Andre. .... .. '"''to'*;
509 !lU salvation in only one gently. "I don't I .f TrM Star It > "". Oll/ 0 1e J". o
offers man
a'd' are accurately reWriters written us every .11...,.,.
d by th<. Holy name. It tells man he 14 a sinner you've but always Mod.m M....... < Iar, ,1 Ta Or
lit Spirit through Is helpless left to him. day--usually to me I A..ria. Ql>| T.<" ky.
nth >' the Bible. "The fool and that he of eternallife with a little message to him. He I 1-1 Doll..alotide ... r / 1
.1la.1<1'' his' self. It offers the gift He must I [ *. Tar
there is no who accept Him. The lives for those letters. I F.Y>l'.l Cui'.... 1 year

IfJId the The truth fool IledBut God unregenerated to all man hates the Book.A never know the truth. Do you understand WHEN turfvt t
bath said ta whe"his He said "The good man could not have writtenit ?" dear but I do,, with dniincM, burning. scanty ot loo O Offer No. 1 0 OU.r No. 2 n OU.r No. 3: n OU.r No. 4

"Cod Paul heart there Is because It claims to be from God. "I can't thank you. selfish frequent unn.llon; nd getting up .! H I .m chockingtho magtilao* dished. with a gals subierlp. .. d

1l Peak said In one place. the author and claimedto from the bottom of my ntaht wham you feel I'Ndl' ".",oiri, ties to TOM p.p.r.S ,e I
& g
8 a If man was .
man have l"op ..
rev. from God and heart, .t U"
': from God on this P01"- get a message not a Suzy laid her hand gently across Dads .<. *tp.ci.lly 'for poorly irl '
did not do It. then he was fcidn. Millions, ol bo... amN. i'
woifcing y
"'11 s PalonheTheexpressing hl. good man. He was a liar. A bad his mouth.not selfish" she ald. .,I *,. uted .v.ry y"". They .'. weom.mtndid e'4

6act Paul man would not have written It. No "You're I'm young and the country 0"". Ask y- 1 1 .....t w B.F.I .
f accurately recorded himself what understand, .
tell on
ti'PeIUcI-t l 111 that Stance Paul man would man. can take It, but he Is old and you're'
Bible tells about sinful T... and But .1
the A
\\I Man. Th. Bible has.
modernistic all he
llelfo do not I.
'lYe ntlfic:Uyy. -Otor.ca.ly. and Young people crowd, of preachers and "No, dear how, he wonderful has you you too.are.He)I PILLS . . . .

other Particular ABSOJ, educators shatter your faith In the I writes me In iris
Y TRIJE [You have- found d
H.yea aDd earth Old Book.

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t Bradford County Telegraph FLORIDA U
;. I While there's life there hope TOO LATE
add while there is hope. Starke
Established 1877 business men will continue their \
fight to establish a central farmer .g
= I IIty '
C=r '
market for Bradford County. RUS4ELL. KAY
Ii : 1 ; t NFLORILV\PRESS ASSOCIATION' U ru .-. been an uphill fight all the .........,... isles. Frtmm A... ./

: I ,fill 1935 way but even when thing looked -

'. r.:Jct.UXVtd 7tOt.i iO.. darkest, the business men never Walking: to the Exposition GOQU/MA-
and the weeks
IP', f .,_. ._. Or ___ .. .- lost Interest, as grounds from my hotel the other
coming & little
page they keep
;try, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class nearer and nearer to their goal morning I chanced to paaa a flor f0UN0N

IIb' }'E d 4tl Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida The County Commissioners always window ist's shop and saw tank displayed!crammed In full the I FLOG/DA, WAS

--. ------., ._._u_ __ __ willing to do whatever they a large THE Fiesrsrc-
-- artistic
of water hyacinth while an
; K. L. Matthews___. ______ .. ____________Editor and Owner Can to advance the entire county,, sign Informed passers-by that they us.=.o FOe BU.tOJtGIN -

i i ., ... .. '- ., -.- . put boosters new this hope week into when the they market endorsed were Florida Water Orchids, and TN/S COI/NT.eY
SUBSCRIPT KATE might be purchased at the special
the project and agreed to I ,
price of 25c bulb. r
,,1, Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable> in Advance purchase the market site on a de- : per I ,
ferred payment plan, if there is Clevelanders. their
L, Advertising Hates on Application ed to the exhaled
Any possible way for the county legally glass, delighted
---y-- -'- -- TRi
h J- --- -----' "ahs" and went
to do so They would purchase some
By RED KERCE the site outright, but with purchase and Joyfully marc down
i an increased amount necessary for the street clutching one of the
Add similes: As musical as a Chinaman eating bird's. old age pensions they find it impossible precious plants for the family fishbowl

i' nest soup to do BO at the present or the back yard lily pond.

o time. Amazed and curious, I steppedInto ..1F''i w3iY'Jj"y.! ,so y. However It la believed that the the shop to make Inquiries. '$
.i It doesn't take a man long to lose his foothold, if he'll purchase can be worked out on The clerk behind the counter ex- '.r-, F* :
I -
''' rest= it heavily on an accelerator. this biuila and the sponsors have plained that these choice and rare ; :
,' gone to work with renewed vigor Florida Water Orchids came from
to get the project ready for Subiatfion Green Cove Springs on the St.
.CUNP/S/---- :
4, If you insist on building a castle in Spain you had better to the WPA when the site Johns River in Florida and did his .'

Ali equip it with a bomb-proof cellar. t VU been toured.Business best to sell me some

: D men and farmers alike And didn't I read somewhere ITS SPINAL

Brevity is the soul of wit. But the cat didn't laugh when ere convinced that the market will about the government spendln' mil COED /S Sf/0r
the salvation of Bradford
dean lions of dollars tryln' to kill off the
$ ; 'i Lee\ 1awc mower clipped his tail off. Bounty, agriculturally and financially cockeyed hyacinth in order to keep

t-4 o / our streams open to navigation? I TNIi45/
----0--- thought of the. Kissimmee River C-v-!
y 1 Floridians who spent their summer vacation at home, feel "WAKE UP AND LIVE"
the St. Johns River and hundredsof wt _
(better in both system and pocketbook. Are you using just as much energy beautiful lakes choked with the .

0 to make a failure of yourself darned things-then watched more .-.--,,,.- i r : it Y
./ would to make a success of folks ankle In and down '1--'t :M1Yf i '*?ewt rL
i '1 It might be a good thing that we are unable to see into 0./1 you plank a
yourself perfectly good quarter for one tiny
I, ;I the future, or a lot of us wouldn't enter it.: Perhaps you didn't know that flowering bulb and had to admit

o It takes any energy at all to be that Mr. Barnum was right!

al' Maybe one gets more exercise traveling, the road of hard L failure, but the author of "Wake A bit farther down the street is I .r
Up and Live" tells you differently. r "J
another shop where they sell ants.
knocks than climbing the ladder to success.o .

4 -t' as This hour unusual or two little of anybody's book Is worth time cases Little, with colonies just ehough of_ them dirt in to glass per- 1. .g,:, I :! .s....",; .N:1:+ """" +,....... ,-;....' ............ ..... ....__.............T. .... ,... ,

o'l' ; Those scientists who are trying to discover the source HAd may be had from the rental mit the critters to do a bit of tun- The earliest records indicate that and have nobly withstood the ravafl
spelt of the public library in the first used in St. of time. Aside from t occurence
neling and nest building-and people COQUINA was Augus- its
of headaches, are in for a good pain in the neck. '
Woman's Club. went for these with the same tine about the year 1580. Coquina consists Anastasia Island coquina IS found

o The author, Dorathea Brande, display of interest and gusto as of a mass of shells of varying size many other points along the coast j

; There may still be plenty food for thought, but it is difficult goes back to Marcus Aurelius fort with the hyacinth.And cemented together upon exposure. The Florida. is,j

to distinguish it from the high class baloney. If*e bit had of advice thousand: "Do not act as to I understand there are people moisture contained in the crevices of The body of the SUNFISH, which
a years
o II""you." Among the people she lists walking the streets looking fora rock evaporates and in doing so depositsa habits Florida waters is so abbreviat
Those Job while thousands of others are solution that firmly cements the shell that its head is longer than its boti
/a criminal time-killers are:
Tampa is considering the establishment of a shark zoo. *
.- vtrfto sleep from two to six hoursa standing around with money in mass into firm rock. Coquina has been The grotesque fish appears as thou
We know some bridge players who are fit to be confined. day more than they need to keepIt their pockets eager to pay a quarter successfully used in the construction of it had left its tail behind. While t

o perfect physical health; waking for a hunk of hyacinth or aeventyfive many modern buildings throughoutFlonda. usual' length is'' about 4 feet snecime
cents of
Can anyone explain the vast difference from a man'spointofview sleepers\ : pathological bookworms, ants. for package: Historic landmarks in St. Augustine as long as 10 feet and weighing'

$ of waiting for a fish to bite and waiting for crossword puzzlers, solitaire-play- I'm just about ready to quitworkin' I including the old City Gates much as a ton are often oanturert T Tl
ers heavy drinkers, and ancient Fort Marion were con- named for its custom of frequenting 1
i dinner? V0| and theatre-goers, knitters (If for a livin' and am fixtn'to <>.on fn..>t.. t, o they allow their minds to settle open me a stand somewhere up

yd r' In the horse-and-buggy days there weren't many acci- down Ifalmles"to a dull stupor conversationalists while work- slickers here and bottles start aellln'of pollywogs these city or SMOKING IN CHURCH currency to vituperative and Irresponsible even hatreds would make their

{ dents. Perhaps because when a driver acted like a jackass, atilt) many others. There are few: celophane-wrapped coquinas. Maybe MIAMI-A pastor's belief that rumor against public to believe. Hate Is never a j
i men-a phenomenon to which can- guide. Better to draw ev)
the horse wouldn't. rudders who cannot classify themselves Spanish moss would go good ifwe'd clgarets should not be smoked dur- didates
in either party have too halting and tentative conch
of these drape it on little sticks and ing a church servlre ended in the
under I
; r o one groups. often been exposed in American from what one knows thai
call it Castllian Maiden Hair
Miss Brande spares no feelings or church treasurer, Herman Jlul-
A Canadian mother expecting her tenth baby reports wtien site says: "Such victims present somethin and refd-buga ought to ander, going to Jan in handcuffs. politics-Is the willingness of sweeping one from InsInuuH[

$ threatening letters. Maybe they're from the stork who a dreadful spectacle when knock 'em for atJoop If somebody Officers charged him with resisting some hearers to believe without circulated in the darkChn|

thinks he's being overworked. vllCe they are plainly seen! -seen as would just figure out some clever arrest when they answered the proof what their prejudices or Science Monitor.Hall's .
insane miners stuffing a senseless way to present 'em. pastor's call to remove Hulander -
a.- accumulation of trash odds and Then think what a guy could dup from the building because he said

a The United States Public Health Service recently announced etiJs:. of sensations experiences, here with a mess of sand-spurs.J the treasurer was smoking.

: the shipment of a number of germs to London. What fads and enthusiasms synthetic They ought to bring at least a ----..-----'--
M emotions, into the coffer of their dime apiece and I'll bet these yokels FIGHTS TO GET ON BALLOTTALLAHASSEE
was. it a cargo of ex-diplomats? one:), Irreplaceable lifetime"Call would be standin' In line for Grocery

o at the library and rent this a chance to get one to take home -The Socialist ,

The hair of a violin bow is obtained from the tail of white bqkYou( ; can read it m a few for the baby to play with. ;place party: on has the carried Florida, its fight November for a
htJrlt.nd( It might be the turning But back to the .
torsea. Newspaper Filler. If that's anything to worry about, hyacinth election ballot to the state su-
y point! In your life. If you are not : There ought to be a coupleof
we'll let horses with white tails do it. too strongly addicted to the vicl- hundred thousand bulbs to the preme court. On petition of the MARKET
Socialists the court issued a writ
o oHfj habit of wasting your valuablelltne acre,. so some of you folks with
ordering Secretary of State R. A.
? ; Miami announces that persons trying to commit suicide yap too, perhaps to WAKE it Is UP not AND too late LIVE for! riparian rights out or a private and lake Gray to show cause by' Sept. 15
might get pencil '
there will be your paper why he refused to place the names
arrested and prosecuted. If
k Maybe they are --0- and try flgurin out just what of AND LUNCHNEAR
t'' just given a good meal they might change their minds. OIlY' AND BUILD IN STARKE: your estate la worth at 25c per convention In Tampa selected on at the a state party

e What has already been observed bulb. Then you might run an ad wide
1' 0s ballot to be marked in the
loQjUly seems to be the case In some northern papers offerin' to
s y A peasant in Europe was operated on for the removal' throughout the nation and Roger sell half Interest in your Florida advised general Walter election.Roush Gray, state previously Socialist SEABOARD STATION-BERRY MARKET

i J .f a fork he swallowed. We'd hate like everything to have Baboon In a recent article says that .Water Orchid farm for $23.000. party secretary, that election

the responsibility of contending with an appetite like that. a sharp increase in real estate Well. Florida has certainly been laws prevented him from recognis
j ,. 0 values in the next few years is In- the Fair Haired Girl up here this ing nominees of the Socialist par. CASH SPECIALS
,I evitable. He gives several reasons week. We've had front pages in ty. Under Florida law a political
I Mack and John Rust, those Memphis boys who are experimenting -' to illustrate his point, among them Cleveland' newspapers every day, party must have polled thirty per

with an automatic cotton picker had better use being the fact that "For Rent"signa thanks to the effective work of cent of the vote In one of two

aluminum working parts. Their name sounds so unmechan- about are coming down cent; rents variousgovernmental are George Clements, while I've been preceding elections to be entitledto FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Ibs. 70c
up twenty per ; gallopln' in and out of radio studios a place on the ballot. The Socialist
stimulaUjtjf -
t agencies are so fast they can't tell me from, I party never has been given
o building-activity' and that the hired help with the. result that that large a vote In this state. IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 20c
Near bastes) insurance companies and Florida has been featured 21' .
Orlando they've unearthed a Mastodon tooth that loab associations have billions of on

weighs almost four pounds. Although it felt that large, we dollars In Idle money which Is seek programs during the week with A PLEA. FOR FAIRNESSIn I5c
from fifteen 24-oz. Jar
'' spots up to a _.. _ .
hardly think it could have been the one we had pulled the other ing employment. full hour, includln five netwo-k a letter published on this
t day. sir" Babson closes his article by programs and a break on the Palm- page today a Monitor reader. In
wal11lnlP: "Despite the optimistic: olive Hour. And this publicity Is Philadelphia who' Is himself favorable ROUND STEAK (Tender) Lb. 20c |
0 outlook there are dangers of getting all extra-added to what we g"ln to the candidacy of Governor -
afl"t" Nothing turns the head of man quicker than the ruffle burnt In the coming boom In from millions of people who actu- Landon makes a thoughtful

.f a skirt, the clink of money or a pat on the back. In the lat- real estate, First, I believe people ally visit the exhibit. protest against the viciousness of I PURE GROUND COFFEE;: Lb. I2l/2c
an anonymous pamphlet attackingby
ter case, so often however, he draws his gun before he turns ertl ahO\lltlpot a. Rural stake communities all on city prop-are Now while I may be a total lots innuendo and calumny President I

i to look. soundly managed and safer than as a political prognosticator, I'll Roosevelt and his close advis DIME BRAND MILK, Can _.? 10c
stake my reputation. If any and
0y moat large metropolitan centers. two dollars besides, on my ability ers ,
cities are vulnerable if we The letter Itself states the matter 15c
; "Christopher Columbus would have had to sail more than ever Large get Involved In a war. LocateIn Florida to forecast Is concerned.the future I'm as far tellln as too well to require extended APPLE BUTTER, 28-oz. _ _

5,000 miles off his course to have missed discovering America a community of apirltuatly- you now that we're gonna have comment, but the subject does 15c

r rt -=Historical Note. Sometimes we wonder why Colum- minded, temperate and industrious people runnln' all over Florida this call up this perplexing question CORNFLAKES, 2 for __ __ __ __
people. Avoid 'modern' neigh- "Why Is it that people who would
t winter thicker than at
ftpis was such a splendid sailor.Motorized ants a picnic
not think of at face value -
... bora. and a lot of 'em are gonna buy accepting LARD Jewel 25c
2 Pounds
,... --w 0 If ),fro Babson had been delib- homes and stay there You better and without verification a piece _?-_ _

cow rustlers are invading Alabama ranches.: erately trying to write a description start pawln. around In the attic of malicious and untraceable gossip -
of Starke he could not have about a friend or fellow townsman 15c
haven't house and Pt.
At time still see you a _
press unable to from
we were secure a statement : done it any better than In that lot or a farm or a bit of acreage will sometimes swallow' unquestioningly ,

the Secretary of Agriculture, but presume that a ransom will last paragraph. We have a community you'd like to dispose of and let an abusive report

c )fca given for every one mowed down. of spiritually-minded tem- folks know "It can be had" by tak- about a public man to which the BACON, Best Grade, Lb. 17c.
and industrious people. accuser has not the moral
S.- .. perate In' an advertisement In your local courageto
-- 0 There! U no chance of their beingany The attach his name?"
Florida Exhibit and PENNY
paper. MATCHES jgc
-k'; A court has upheld a jaywalker's theoretical right to disastrous l boom here, but all the advertising It Is giving the An anonymous letter is com- 2 Pkgs.

cross a street anywhere-Press Item. Of course it is understood Indications point toward a continuous stAt is selling Florida to thou- monly accorded little weight In a
r, that peajtby growth of Starke and sands every day. Take it from me controversy. An anonymous pamphlet SYRUP, Ga. Cane Gallon jgc
an automobile isn't required to pick any particular the
its surrounding country. Look they'll be down there this fall and is entitled to no more. Its
spot when crossing a jaywalker either. situation. over here then buy a lot winter and It's up to you to help a constitutional right of a defendant ONIONS, Fancy Texas 3 Lbs. lOc
p 0 and Pulld a home. Mr. Babson 'em find the home or farm. or location in a criminal trial "to be ,
know whereof he speaks, and he confronted with the witnesses
they're look In' for.
Competition between news agencies and paragraphers: never gave a bit of better advice There's another "boom' sneak- against him." Surely a candidatefor TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets 3 for jOf

? growinsTfiercer every day. For instance the Associated than in recommending the living In' up on you. and If you're not any public office should be

i : '' Press has just reported that a group of negro members of qualities of a small community like ready for it, it won't be because I treated no worse. RIB BEEF STEW, Pound _*g5

the Suffolk, Virginia Holiness Church of God are looking for Starke failed to warn you. Freedom of speech and press
stilt are such In the United States
t ;;,,1 the sinners who stole their church building. SCHOOL JOURNAL. WELCOME that If misconduct in office exists CHUCK STEAK, Lb. __ ._ _1 LLf

i'c' d- o The Bradford County High a valuable feature for the Tele- hose who know of it can safely

: ,4' On a recent trip to the drought stricken area. President School has begun another term graph, for there are few things bring it to light. The Issues and POTTED MEAT 3 Cans lOc
and the Telegraph Is again glad to that people are more Interested In information already well and -
6' Roosevelt assured a farmer: "I'm glad to see you have chick- offer one of its pages to the student than the progress of their schools. widely known are amply sufficient -

,, ''" cats and turkeys, and I am going to see that you have some- for the publication of a high We hope the staff of the Journal Is for an intelligent appraisal by the WE CASH

thing to feed them." Rather a reversal from the Herbert school newspaper. We believe the soon organized and that the new voter of the merits or deficiencies MEET ALL OTHER
school Is valuable training leaders will have as good a
{ It '., Hoover "you bring the pots, I furnish the chickens" promise for students paper with a. talent for writIng -' as those who have gone before paper of the current Administration.The PRICES. FREE DELIVERY.

1 .T 1923. UI1 w. are sure that It makes them bad In past years. principal: factor: In giving

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