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 18, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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A session of county The anti-slot machine campaign |
: court will be held Tuesday.jUdge'.j WOULD l1EETPPIlO\ AI. OF GROWERS HERE was going full force here this week i .
Perryman announced WHO, LOST HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS with workers trying to get even >I JVRECK
this week. The following ] more than twenty per cent of the

jury has been drawn: B. C. Holt- DURING PAST KERRY SEASONThe qualified voters to sign on the I -

Alleged To Have Given zendorf. Robert L. Parker. A. V. ,I dotted tine for fear that a large i, Popular Itruggist Hurled!l Forty-five Per Cent of ", -

Varnes William Surrency, R. R. i I Florida State Marketing judgment against either of these I number of named might be strlckea 1
Arsenate of Lead Andrews Grover C. Mott. Wilmot | Bureau Is advocating a licensingand debtors would be collectible. If from the petitions because of ;I In Madison \\Ved- Bradford Land Owned _

To ChildrenINSLJRANCEPLOT Brown, Clyde Cone Gus Fouu-1 I bonding law for commissionmen client desires to reduce the claimto improper signatures.The I i ncsday Ry Stale

tain R. A. Griffin, E. C. Johns and I I In view of the fact that some judgment In an effort to collectwe Rev. C. B. Price, chairmanof 1 ,.
-- W. H. Hal!. |I farmers in this section. well will dn the advance. I I -- I II : '
as as HO upon the campaign in this county, request
MIGHT all over the state are almost dally ment of S':5.00 court coats x x x.' : that all petition from the ,
BEEN M 0 T I V Enoch I'I'I HERE FOR 30 YEARS A M O U N 'LT2 $60,513.39 ______
HAVE OPTIMISM i I being "gypped" out of the money As the claimant did not feet Inclined various county precincts be mailed __
that is rightfully theirs In return to take chance on the debtor I in to him by the end of this --- I
I J. M Mitchell The total amount of taxes assessed
Tyson, 38-year-old negro for their valuable produce. and advance court coat, he lost week A check-up will then be prominent drug i;i',I I
in Bradford Include
store died aft.r' County. ,
f'man. t Is being held in jail here Following the strawberry season the amount Involved. made to see how many more signature owner shortly !1: state, bond taxes and t '
Keynote mid-night Monday In the River- Ing county _______
charged with an attempt to poison I at Lawtey good many complainswere Another case brought to> our at- U will be neceaaary to ob aide Hospital In Jacksonville aa a '' special school district. totala $00...._ ,,
two small negro children by givIng heard about unscrupulous tention was from a west Florida result of { 513.39 for the 1936, accordIng 1
tain.One Injuries received In. an year
them cake to eat on which had THE commission men doing business shipper who had acted as Bales hundred thousand lgna- I
OF DAY automobile accident near Penney to Tax Assessor N. I). Wain
[ 'been spread lead araenate. with bad check, leaving the farmer agent for a number of boys In tunes to the petition will be- required Farms hut week. His Heath came I.I wright who ha just completed aJ .

The children. Leanentlne John- i with nothing but a worthless placing sweet potatoes on the In order to place the alot. aa *: great shock and a surprise i summary of all taxable property la_ t tI

ion 11, and Curtis Tyson. 8. be- slip of paper In return for hla Jacksonville market, for which machine- Issue of the general election to the community because was at I the raunty. 1 I

came violently ill after eating the BUSINESS EXPECTED TO years bard work. It Is said that there was an alleged balance due ballot In November The 1935: first believed his Injuries were lefts Of the 184.089 acres In Bradford ;

1 cake and attracted the attention REACH HIGHEST LEVEL several hundreds of dollars were of $337.00 The following; comment legislature passed a law legalizing serious than those of his wife and 82,205almost forty-five per cent '

| .d their school teacher who rushed SINCE 1930As lost to growers around here In Is extracted from a. letter In this the devices In Florida. Mrs. W. F. who S
Swlnyer, were also have !gone back to the state for( _
to a doctor's office in town In this during the past season. connection. x x x we waited in -- ---
them way I In the car at the time of 11w accident taxes while 101,884 acres are con
time to save their lives.It fall approaches, optimism Is The bulletin from the Marketing vain hoping the man might get GROUPSAYS sldereii "live"\ on the tax books. ,

IB said that Tyson went to the still the dominating note in the Bureau this week stated: straight and pay us. It looks hope-. i 1 Mr. Mitchell, popularly known The total aggregate value of '

\H'nteroak colored school, northwest business reports and forecasts Nobody knows any better than less unless you; can handle the affair I here as "Jim" and "Doc" waa born all "lIv,," property in the county.

of town. one day early last many quarters feel certain that i the farmer himself that he needs for us. I visited the market School BuildingINADEQUATE In Archer and was fifty-six yaar l I. placed by the aaaessor at $1,- '
and handed out caketo during the next few months business -! August 18th. and found that x x x old the time of his '
week at noon I | some kind of protection against at death. Removed 013.029 Of this, $207,210 come
several children. The piece glv will reach the highest level i the unscrupulous produce dealer. had left there with some warrantsout ( I here thirty yara ago, after I under Homestead Exemption, while

en to Curtis Tyson, however, looked since 1930-0.nd, possibly since I I' when he has been defrauded out of for him. We carried this man living some time In Lake City and non-exempt property' Including real '

different from the oth r, it being 1029. I I the returns of his products, repre- four loads of.jmeet potatoes during Madison, and purchased his drugstore ..estate personal property and rail- ,

greenish\ in color. When this Interesting "Scorecard of Fall I II i senttng in many cases the principal July and he paid us some cash from Isaac S. Levy, wholesale \ road property Is valued at $805,819.' t'

fact was noticed Enoch is said to I Prospects" was recently published [! and perhaps the only cash Income each time' They were handled on drug dealer of Tampa. Mitch The verne\: of stat. tax certificate .

have reassured the child with the by Business Week. According to from the farm. The Florida grower a 10 per cent commission baaia He PLANNING COUNCil. ALSO ell's Drug Store soon became an lands I I. placed at $284.933. S '

itatement that it was "only green I this authority, there are twelve I I Is reasonably well protected on told us twice. he had mailed here us returns HEARS ROAD Institution of the town where customers !- The- state tax. now two and ill '

Icing:' saying he bad "bought cake major plus signs now in evidence. shipments made in Interstate commerce and on our return" we REQUEST went aa much to hear the half mill, amounts to $1,89021 taJ: I S
would fall td It. The follow
with green icing lots of times." These include such factors as the I through the Federal perishable get cheerful conversation of the owner this' county, and is assessed aaV
ing remarka tre taken from a let. The Bradford Planning\ .
following: Business' Inventories agricultural commodities act County as they did to buy his drugs. '
of from his '
follows estate $83689
la spite warnings : real ; personal
playmates Curtis ate the cake, are generally low and need replen- but the Federal Act, good as It Is ter from a parent of one of the Council held meetings on September Mr. Mitchell was graduated from property $408.69; railroad,.! '
boys making this shipment: "I 10 and 18 In
ishing; money Is "easy"; much of does not have jurisdiction over September prep- the old Institution at Lake City
it with hisif.li5ter any .63."The ,
but not before dividing I telegraph, etc: $630 ,
have a boy $hat Is needing his partof aration for mapping out a six- .
afterIt the bonus money Is still In the shipments originating in and destined which later developed Into the University .
\ Leanentine. Soon 'I' the so badly to help keep of to be I ceunty tax at thirty-two c
hands of veterans, will be spent to sales points inside the money year program of Florida. He was also a
was swallowed they were in makers him In school at the university He constructed with assistance of Federal 'member of the first mllla amounts to $23,780.20 and L la" S
fall automobile arenow
this ; state graduatingclass
icute pain and began vomiting and may have to come home after funds. The program has not I distributed as follows: real estate .
at work on new models, which : of the Southern College\ of
were rushed to the doctor. It Is the belief of this department unless he I $12.243.02 personal property $3-<
will be introduced beginning In Christmas can get more yet been completed and It Is expected -: Pharmacy In Atlanta. ; ,
arrested but was later that there are as many rep. I 217.98 railroad, telegraph, eta
Enoch was funds. I will be so disappointedas to be necessary to hold his life-time ;
here he
September; stock market activityIs During was :
released under bond while utable men engaged in the produce be If he doe $8,324.70. r
$300 utilities only a mo.ner can several additional meetings.At leader in all civic andwas
up: It Is believed that and a movements
l apecimen of the cake eaten was trade as in any other business, as he Is doing so well In his stud one of the meetings L. A. I Special school district malnte
do to
and railroads; will soon heavy of the always willing serve on various
carried to chemical laboratoryit we believe that element ies." The whereabouts of the dealer E. L. Mrs. R. J. mll-i :
a buying; building contracts are I Gray Mrs. Blggi, committees to work for projects I nance, assessed! at various
the University of Florida In mounting; Irf the field of foreign trade 1 is quite himself as that anxious the farmer as the In this particular. case Is still Davis, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. K M. In the Interest of Staike and lagea totals $7,957.78: as follow

Gainesville\ for analysis. Several affairs. world trade expansion producer unknown and needless to say returns Davis, the Rev. B. M Montgomery, the county He was very active In real estate $3,776.05: ; person S

toys later a positive report came more than counterbalances the and shipper shall be protected dealers.In have never been made. Another I L. A. Brown, Dr. George H. Lowry the affairs of the Presbyterian property $1,607.82; railroad, tel* '

tack that the cake had been poisoned. chaotic European situation. against the irresponsible licensing case la that If a shipper on and Supt. A J. Griffin appeared I Church of which he was a trustee graph. etc. $2,57391, ,, S

The bondsmen then withdrew minus the final analysis a Florida the lower Eitst: Coat who cold an I before the board as a committee and wan also a member of the Special county taxes road boa

lad the negro was taken back into The magazine finds five and bondlnaommlR810n order to this same dealer, and was urging the construction of an additional I Masonic Lodge, Shliners, Eastern Interest and sinking fund, at IleV 'I, 4
to set against Its plus signs. merchants law with enough teeth .
signs check for $193.53 with an to house the Bradford
custody. given a I building : Star and Woodmen of the World.Sulvivori entpCTi millBv totals $17.221.01, and '
First the drought is causing poor in it to not only put a crook out
of the additional Item due on open ac- 1 County High School at h:. wife Mrs L.I .. I real
George Magee, step-father are la distrIbuted aa follows: e ,
distribution of farm Income. Second of business but to elve him a jail' .Af-vtmf. f\f C 1 7 KA. (_"'*.Vi.<_jilr. .. *...A. .*._.tu..n__. __ !1 Starke. I'I 1
.a a S
w. b v.vv. -
children Is a rumor cilia ahaffer Mitchell I
investigating one daughter tate propert
of 1936 i ampleI ; $10,02694; personal
the Revenue Act may I when there is
sentence I
that Enoch had taken out an Insurance construction. Third I stolen the ed account of Insufficient funds, It was stated that there is great I II Lucile Mitchell; two biotheis" { $2,112.01; railroad, telegraph, etcJ 4
he has
restrict new proof that pro'ceeds I ,
satisfied. of
and the debt was never j need of a building consisting
the boy, Dr. W II. Mitchell Lakeland\ and 22.1'10.
policy on young is still will the $", '
the employment picture I of a shipment help I
his nephew as a possible motivefor threats of strikes dealeras These are among the more re | sixteen class rooms and an uudli I John Mitchell, Pontiac, Mich. and Special school bond district tax- ,
Fourth produce
dark. honest, responsible
cent complaints that have been i torlum at an estimated cost three sisters- Mrs. Llbble fund
the attempted poisoning.The disturbIng market Stephens es, Interest and sinking aa
Industries for
are a
the ,
In major as grower members
girl has recovered, but the Fifth Presidential is as Important brought to our attention. We hold I'I $62BOO. The committee I Lake City, Mrs. A. M. Thompson, sesHed at various mIllages, total .
factor. the equally
ing crop to the iniideI S
their Ideas -
Is still ill believed to the complete file in connection gave aa Vlnton, Iowa and Mrs D. L. Geer $7,63169.: aa. follows: real calM ) ,
boy although
"psychological: I
create a it.
be campaigns as growing with all of the above. and they are II quacy of the present building, telling Dunedin $4,03AD2; personal property $1.4 j
out of I
danger.. disturbance. I! We are citing a few instances true cases The amount thus taken i of over-crowded conditions of Funeral services were held Wed. 1 17907; railroad, telegraph, etc. $2,4 '

A survey of other business publications 1 I that have come to the attention of annually from Florida growers and 1 clauses now being conducted In neniiuy morning at the PresbyterIan 435.70

"BIG DRIVE"JUST finds them in agreementwith I this d e p a rtment emphasizing shippers Inside the state proper I halls and 1 in dressing rooms behind I Church with the Rev. George \ The total amount of taxes $60,- '

AHEAD this generally speaking. So i i thoroughly, in our judgment, the would reach.a staggering sum. It the stage, lack of proper heating H. Lowry In charge. The body 513.39, Is aaaeaaed as follows, ; rea

far as industrial' production indicesare I l need for a drastic licensing and I Is nothing short of a disgrace thata I and ventilating facilities! and the I was carried to Madison for burialIn \ estate $30.920.32; personal property
concerned, there Is hardly a bonding commission merchants In the fruit probable danger to the health of
BOTH PARTIES PREPARING I state as prominent the family. plot at 4 o'clock I $11,18563; railroad, telegraph
CAMPAIGN gloomy note. Automobile production I law. The following remarks are and vegetable Industry a* Florida student and teacher because of Wednesday afternoon. etc. $18,407.44. ,
recently fell off-but that was taken from a letter from a North does not have a law that would these conditions. Active pall bearer were: H. C. Where Taxoa Go ;

IN LAST WEEKS to be expected, as preparations are Florida poultryman: protect the growers In our home Congressman R. A. Green appeared Wall. N. Sternberg, F. F. Stump, The amount of county taxes apportioned I

Even as the approach of fall made for the new season. Steel ingot I x x x x can you assist me In markets by dealer licensing and before the board advocating A. J. Thomas. L. Cl. Powell and L. to each fund Is as (olj| '

stimulates business. it stimulates production also dropped tem. collecting: for a shipment of tur. KAwiftfi',..-'"-.e.y. T\\et--. uniinruDuloua- -- members the hardsurfaclng of a road In the D. Green. Iowa: S ,

politics. porarily-but the mills are wen keys sent to x x x company, Miami ; should upon conviction; automatically western part of the county through I Honorary pall bearers were: J. General Fund ten mllla $8,432.

Both for booked with orders at last report. Florida? Upon their order I be barred from again\ New River to Brooker. He also. W. Andrew, Jr., Dr. W E. Mid. Road Maintenance ten mill $8

the parties are preparing candidates And corporate net profits are rising sent 33 head of turkeys 510 Ibs engaging In the produce business stressed the need of additional paving \ dleton. Dr. H. B. Herlong B. Jacob 432.90.
big drive The
are now Sep. In every field, a fact which Is net- to be sold and paid for when within the state,-either of cross street In Starke.A .*, A. M. Darby A. O. Andreu, Fine & forfeiture three ml
limbering up-and during I
tember and October will really go naturally reflected In better dividend sold. In fact, they ordered themat nently, or untli they could perma-\\ community center for Brook I T. J. Griffin J. M. Brownlee O. $2IS29.78.

payments. 20c per pound to be paid on arrival state authorities charged er was moved up from fifth placeto L. Beaxley T. N. Kendrick, F A Widow's Pension one-half mil! '
through their >
paces. There are two factors however, but when the shipment arrived, forcing the law they were eligible |i first place on the list of proj- Scott, H L. Brownlee, Judge A. Z.Adklna i $42 tilt.

First'guns from the Landon outside the production field which they refused them and wired me for re-licensing. I might as well ects favored by the council. The I' 'r. S. Williams, K. G. Dun- I Agricultural! Fund one-half mill

camp came with his speeches on are highly disturbing. One Is I so but next day wired me they be plain about It,-.It la high time I|' farmers' market at Starke I Is now I'In i I can Congressman R. A. Green, J, $421.64. '

education and taxation. The Governor which are tending upward, would take them and sell them to something\ was being done about second place. W Morgan and J. B. Wilson. General School ten mill $1J
denounced the teachers' oath wages, send kuich I F. F. Stump, chairman of the .
and situation. Obviously
but very slowly, and are not the best of their ability thIs I I --- 432.90.
"feoke for free education. He vigorously with production. The check when sold. I wired them to law should also cover the farmer council did not know this week SCHOOLS TOLD Road Bonds Interest Ik Slnkld,

denounced the Administra pace is that worst bogey of all, do so. I have not received anything markets. private or those operated when the six-year program would. I Ii I Ii Fund 11 mllla 927620. ',
tiO'. tax and fiscal program and unemployment. It la generally\ believed and can't get any reply under the jurisdiction of the II i,I be completed. WHAT TO EXPECT Road Bonds Refund six mlllj
paid special notice to what he of all far. -- I
that the unemployed rolls from them." The shipment was state. The management I :5.0159.11S.:
termed the "cock-eyed" excess declining, but at a conservative made In December 1932; letter mers markets In Florida should beheld '':i Col. Knight injured I CAWTHON OF $5,569,814.70ASSURED SAYS FUND Total fifty-one mllla $43oo1.'rI
Profits tax enacted at the last are million 1 1933. Ship strictly accountable for per- I I H 'hooi Taxes.
estimate, some eight I written to us In May, Cot D. E. Knight Wall painfully I gpnrlul
session of Congress at White 10200. Settlement any dealer to operate on Total taxes assessed for the *ev4
are still out of work. ment Involved about ; milling Injured Saturday night while crossIng ,,
House request men aspect of I I was declined and papers their market that docs not have a a street Intersection near the i| A 1936-37 state school fund of eral special school districts I I. sJ

Republican strategy. accordingto Another interesting situation Is covered in I were turned to attorneys. The Federal perishable agricultural Methodist Church. He was at ruck I I I 5569814.70\ from definite sources,, follows:

observers, calls for only a few the business of the scholarly Anna '' firm finally offered $35.00 in full commodities license or some kind 1!, by a boat trailer and thrown to the ||I without counting mounts that Maintenance Bond! -

formal speeches by Governor Lan. a late issue comparing consumer -I' settlement. to be paid off .at, the :of a state surety bond or protective pavement. The trailed was unlighted -j'I: may coma from chain store taxes 1. Theresaa .$ 100.43

don. He will travel about the \list. In a table in the six months rate of $2.00 per week Attorneys license. I and was not seen by Mr. I,I I and the general revenue treasury, 2. Hampton__ 857.06 1.162

country and make Informal ap expenditure- 1936 with the same i requested a fee of 50\ per cent on The State of Florida Is to be Knight until It struck him. His Is forecast by W. S. Cawtbon. 3. Stark _. 3269.32 2,560.7

pearances. Many speeches will belllade ended In In June 1935. This table shows ,! all\ payments made In view of the congratulated upon the member. knee cap was sprained and he also i' State Superintendent of Public 4. Canon 83.60

by Colonel Knox, a much period the consumer' dollar I i situation. The debtor reiterated a ship elect that will serve In the suffered back Injuries. H. I.I much j, Instruction. 6. Lawtey 1,896.55 2.737.1
wore Impressive radio speaker.The that more of for durable long story of abuse heaped upon 1937 Florida legislature. They certainly Improved at this time and expect I| The figure Is being furnished to 7. Brooklyn 12671

Roosevelt campaign ha not is being expended for perishable articles him by client and took the atti- represent an honorable high 1,i to be back in his office In a few j county school board ao they may 8. Woodlawn 2850
goods and less he was doing both IntelllgentjKxiy of men. If 1. arrange loans If they are necessary 10. VanderbIlt 189.20
really gotten underway yet-the trend that l la highly Important tude that class I I day .
President apparently feels that it -a that the durable goods client and attorney a most gracious the growers make known their requirements .- to finance public school operationsuntil 11. Graham 123.34
would him in anything at all. there I Is no doubt but state apportionments begin 12. New River 240.07
be a waste of energy for took the worst lacing favor In paying Johns' Home CompletedCity
industries about the middle of October
L to do a great deal before October and are the big i Payment was promised Dee. 1st. that the legislature will provide 13. Hellbronn 199.00
Clerk Carl John wa busy his estimate
depression Cawthon baaed
His during 9th attorney re- along this up- __ 19O4O
tour of the drought section indus- However on Dec. adequate legislation 16. Rising
gest element In the nation's : to make moving hi. family into their new I on amounts received last year from
however, gave him a chance to be trial set-up. Thus where in the :j ported: "Debtor refuses that he line. ly completed home on Water j automobile license interest on Invested i* 17. BotUdrain 68.50
and declares 18. Brooker 583.10
. een .6''
and heard. And in the mean- 1936 period consumer spent j any payments clrcumstances. -- -- ----. Street thla week. It I I. an attrac-i, school funds, and a one mill I
time, of course, the Democratic for food than In the I will not do so under any Farm SoldThe : of brick and rock i These definite --
machine per cent more view of the fact that Lawley tlve bungalow I property are Total' .. 7,937.78 7,6311i
In [ ?
U twentyfourhours 22.3 I
working 1935 period. they spent per and I construction and la actuated between sources and their legality has been ... ,
a day. i Is bending every effort cent more for cars. When they I the debtor La 1 not Incorporated Wilson Realty Company i the residences of Dr. O L. I determined in previous year ----- -

to bring "doubtful" states into spent 9.6 per cent more In restaUrants I I has limited assets, I cannot claim recom-was this week announced the sale of the Hayne and A. W Redgrave. I "In the abMeuc. of a better basis I i New Agent Named 1,

the Roosevelt column. they spent 24.8 per cent more !, mend suit.:' Since the by A. P. Schnell twenty-acre farm I I _---0j B Mlu I shall take that amount (from the Mian Mary S. Keown who O l 4
could be settled only Robert Campbell 1 I I I'
and hardware. one that east of Lawtey baala for thla demonstration wo
for lumber, building closed. Births \' three sources) aa the ganlzed home
file was Campbell::
Pardons LimitedThe Where they spent 96 per cent I I prosecution the of Leesburg. Mr. year," Cawthon advised John T. in Puerto Rico In 1934 and 1935.Florida. I
; general merchandise, they Another claim Involved the sum and his family-will take immediatepossession. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Carter Howard superintendent of Inlltruc.tlon '* new state home demott
state Pardon Board clamped ,, more 193 per cent more on furnl-1 of $U9.t\\ for an order of baby Mr. and Mrs. Schnell Lawtey. boy September 11. I II : in Liberty County, stratton agent Announcement 'hi I .
down a general rule that it spent equip poultryman in will to live with their sons In'' Mr. and Mrs. Charley Milliard, '
and other household chicks sold by a go I "There will probably be availablethis her promotion from district aget1
Would not consider clemency apPlications -, | ture ment. central Florida to a poultry dealer I California one of whom Is a pub. !'Starke, boy, September 1 1. ,: year from the general revenue I by the stale board of control wiifj l' '

unless prisoners\ have,. for the' in Tampa. After other measures llcity man at Paramount studios. -. and from the chain itore tax" he made by Dr. Wllmon Newell. d1/.

rved at least one-third of their i I Consumer marked expenditures 12.1 per cent failed, attorneys handled the case --. School Enrollment I< continued. "However, this office Is rector of the atate agricultural 5.3.E: '

ootences.. Governor SholU: announced -11936 period the 193 period and made the following report: Christian Church There are now 818 student en. i ii I not in on amounts from these I tension service. She will bAt9I,&

the rules as the board op. Increase over as against I "We have been in personal touch l i rolled In the Bradford County j ji funda. headquarters at the State Coileg'\ i .

, ned its semi-annual session with I totaling 917,470,000,000 I with these debtors and they refuse There will be Sunday services at i In high school there are 327 Cawthon'a estImate of the state I for Women In Tallahassee I

I 1,000 appeals before It. I I 15580000000.\ to arrange a settlement or give us I the Hampton Christian Church at i i': pupils High. and 491 In the grades. > fund I 18 used aa a basis on which ---_- i :, '

I In civil pen- any satisfaction as to when pay 11 o'clock a. m. and 1:30 o'clockp ----... county boards may borrow. They' Spanish women are enlisting

, t There were in 1930, according\ : There la one person and penitentiarlea ment will be made. We have looked m.. In charge of the pastor the The Midland Bank of London I Ia cannot borrow In excess of 80 per large numbers In the federal ItIn

;rean;45 the. 1.913.196 United persona States Census In the Unit-Bu-,. al institutions, for each, jails 442.9 persons State over I and over it Is agency doubtful report as to on whether this firm a ; Rev A. J. Travis. I I t I I the largest bank ,la toe world. i cent: of the estimate.: the pr.a.nt war In Sp'- u. : '

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r ZIFF As announced, a continuation of community tn \,

9fU. L.I.! .... Lewis. C.rrs.**.*.. sett New York and Pennsylvaniapay the study of the Book of Acts was Bombay presidency inm*'

Ml",. Vera Oulaey, Corre poalefltcolj.on'e as much Income taxes as the In hereby given that the follow-In described land., or so used at the evening: Bible study with imposition of lel1

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Refers of I much thereof a. will be necessary to pay the amount du* for taxes t '
tax of the other 45 attendanceand "spinster.! .
Robbed Income payers herein net opposite to the ram. together with cost Of such sale and Tuesday. The large over the lg ? 'Iel'
Jacksonville spent the week-end states. advertising will b* old at Dublin auction on the Sth day of October the undivided attention given years.

The store belonging to O. B. Col- here with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. teas. before the Court House Door at Stark, tha County of Bradford,. I denote unusual Interest In the stud -.-----------.. -
entered Sunday night and NOTICB or ELECTION I State of Florida.
son was Thomas.Mr. The
State of J
: and Sot.
both Pauu,
robbed. A alot machine and a and Mrs. I. W. Dyal Wesley WHEREAS: the Legislature' of De.erts>tlsi S.. T R A Owner 'Taxes *t C..t. ies by young music produced $l Brnz
I 1996 under the Constitution of 1886of There was some new by l.000OOO, ., ,
amall amount of other Dyal of Graham and Mrs. Dewey Florida did two farm
the Stat. of pass One Lot In NW Cnr of the Mission Music Maker girls products In 1935
was stolen. The thieves entered the< Strickland and two children or Joint Resolution proposing amend. wtl of tlE'4 of NE'! I he.S coffee cotton nClu11!
the and a surprisesolo corn .
Constitution of
bending: the bars of a Mr. and Mra mnt to the log 1 6 ft K A W b '" llO with their trumpets rlC, (rul
store by
: Ocala visiting .
were Stat. of Florida and the earn w ragr ftN& $. --______-__-...28 5 II A..lwllkiOeon. ------ S.lt by a wee addition to the sugar, bean- Potatoegand "
front window and made their get- J. W. Lewis Wednesday night.A * Com 100 ft W of NE Corof
of all th* member elected to each 8TOUP.
away through the back. Finger large crowd attended the house; that the vote on said Joint! Wu, of NWVi of SEVof The beautiful by

tprint experts were called out but meeting at New Hope last Saturday Resolution were entered upon thelirespective NEW 1."N" 8 245 ft, following poem O'I"'R 0.. APPII.. "'1"0'-

arrest has yet been made. :' Journal' with the yai W too 246 ft E 100' E...ie Davis .. '.00 '1'. O. Chlsolm was given appropriate Foil T'.x () :.;..
no( I and Sunday. and nay thereon and; they did determine ft to beg ____________28 8 22 to the subdued atmosphere of (Seaat 1111110.' i$3

Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. Thomas and and direct that the aid Com at SB Cor of I'IW'i' of NOTICE IN HEIUJ B'"

H. P. Gainey and son. Perry children of Jacksonville spent last Joint Resolutions be submitted to HW4 run W 7!5 ft rf. V the meeting because of recent sorrows I That James R. Walnw ,'lfil,
j of the elector of the Stat at the General 315 ft NK 608. ft 25 in the community: of 1-18 Tax C"rlltlca' \' :
pent last week-end as guests Sunday here with Mrs. J. B. Election In November 193*. thence K 174 ft 8 901 ft sued the 3rd. day .1? A."., j

his daughters. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas. NOW -: r r.tE.l., K. A ; the; Star ol S of Mr*. Sparkman and haw made application i
: Raulerson at Brighton and Mr. and Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville Florida do hereby give notlc that a W of My In 8EV1: Full soon! the night of sin to be Issued thereon ,'

Mrs. A. F. Raulerson at Okeecho- spent last Friday night here with .1'H.4L KLBCTIOV' of SWVi --_- .-__ ----28 3 it Mrs, a F. Johns, Batat.6S.S! wrong. cato embraces. the foil" ,

4 accompanied I Com at "SB' Cor of 1'1'\' % ofSWVi world has traveled ed property In the ('..,,,
7 bee. They were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. will b* held In each county In Florida -, ft run W 795 ft N Through which the ford. State of Florida 1 :

home by Miss Vera Galney who Lewis. on Tuesday next succeeding thfirst 315 ft NE 80. tt E lOst ft. long Lot 7. 8, 9. 10, 11 "im
for the past Monday In November A. D. 1(36,. thence K 174 Ft 8 902 ft triumph song, by Lake Shore ,,
there the
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ray and chil- the said Tuesday being the to beg. also certain Will flee before I Quarter of Section,, ,

few weeks. dren and Miss Zllphlo Ray, all of TIIIKU DAY OF. ftOVKMBRR lands S of Mrs. Spark- "Behold-the morning comes! Northeast Quartet ,

Summers of Ga. returned to their I for the ratification or rejection ol man tt W of Ity In SEV: Townnhlp 6 South. ,
Mrs. Willie Mae Hlnesvllle of aW" 1x34 taxes ..23WU t 22 Mr. B. F. Johns l.tat.65.55:: } a..t.
said. Joint Resolution of
while here after upending proposing heads ye heirs The aiHessment! ,or r i
Orlando Is spending a home last Saturday Lift up your
I amendments to the Constitution of lots 8. 8 of hlk ertv under the said,'
wLth her mother Mrs. W. ABrown. several weeks her ewllh Mr. and ot tin state of Florida. via. 1 Original Town of Stark, grace, ued was In the nam,'
_.29' 22 Freeman Register ____ 48.80 I
In NEij of SWVi face
Mrs. J. W. Lewis. JOINT RESOLUTION Sadness be gone from every A. M. Marcott.
to Amend. Section 8 of the. WU of lots It, 8 of hlk 19. hour draws on apace, Unless said certlfl i
Mrs. O T. Hinton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw I .. XIII of the Con tltullon or Original Town of Stark. Redemption's deemed according) i..
Lauretta of St. Petersburg spent children, Lonnie Mann and daughter. -''A .. of Florida. Relating tu In NKV"* wf SWV,, 1931__23Wi 6 22 Freeman Register ___ 64 01 Behold-the morning comes! arty described th>r.>,'

Miss Doris attended church at / .. for the Aged Infirm of lots 6, 8 of hilt 19.1 to the highest bldd i,
; last week here with Mrs. W. A,. .. 1 Original Town of Siark house door on thi f H,i,
Little Sunday. 64.05Vtj Long-promised mom speed! on the month of Octnii.n, ,
Brown. II. It Resolved Hy The. I..glp.l.ur.of III Nk'a< OfVV,, 193323 6 22 Freeman Register -
\ of I lots 6, 8 of blfc 19.Original Is the 5th., day of "' i
i J. W. Lewis and son Johnnie 1'b. tttat of Florldal (, speed on)
and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and Town of Starke Dated this 2ndIsas. I
Mr. Sun- 1 and Mr. W. S. Ray spent last Friday That Section II of Article XIFI of 'In NKV" of SWVi,1933\ __23W 8 22 Freeman Register ___- 62.49 Lo! In the East the rose of dawn! .
children of Lake City spent W. the Constitution of the State of FlorIda I of blk 19. will soon be OFFICIAL Sr.Al.t'
I In Jacksonville with P. ;, of lots 8, 8 The long. long night I
here with friends. relating to Provisions for the Original Town of Starke A. J. THOMAIClerk : -
ady I: Lewis. i Aged. Infirm, and Unfortunate be !1Beholdthe- I of rirt
III NK'., of SWVi I9J4..23WVa 8 22 Freeman Register 48.30 gone I
Mrs. L. R. Galney and Mrs. A and the hereby amended I comes! of Bradford "i'
I Miss Rhoda Thomas has returned i : : :"nd..ld Is andshall : of block 30 aa extended : morning
last week In and as agreed to Enseys Map Kx S-It--9-25
J. Plnholster spent home In Jacksonville after of on
to her be submitted to the electors ft. Townof
IOu Original
Jacksonville with relatives. a while here with her 1 the State of Florida at the next general Starlte In NBV or O1'ICH OK APPLICATION NOTICE OF .4PP"'t"TIO
spending TAX I>KKnHrnate :
of Yukon spent! election. to b* held on the first' KW'4 ._ ._____ ___23WM 6 23 Mra. B, F. John, tate..43.63 KOIl Hill 1%... Him FOIL TAX .)KKII.Henaee : :
R. G. Crosby mother, Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Tuesday after the first Monday In < ( mil \...
with Mr. and Mrs P. last weekIn November 1936, for ratification or I of block 20 as extended NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN IILI h .
Sunday here Leslie Reynolds spent NOTICE IS HEREBY:
Ex holder of Tax 0I"F.|
rejection; said Section R of Article on Enseys Map. That L. O. Powell .
A. Crosby. Graham with his parents, Mr. XIII a. amended shall read all follows : S 106 ft, original' Town Certificate No. 150 issued the 3rd That Laurence O. Weak M h
""r of Marks In NK1of' day of August A. D. 1931. ha filed. of Tax Certificate No 20H .>a I
.- Lloyd Padgett spent Isat week. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds.A : 8W 4. for 1934 Taxes..23 6 22 Mrs. E. F. John Entate.43 same In my office and has made application 2nd day of July, A D !cu'i h
at the homeof "Section' 3. The respective counties Clot be i... filed same In my .jffi' nd j h
end in Klflsimmee with his sinter dance was given L.otaO& I ex N 9H for a tax deed to u-
Stat shall In the .
of the made tot ,
application a ube :\ 1..4
fr..vlde lot 1 blk 1. Livingston ed therenn. Said certificate embraces -
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Zenlous Williams : manner prescribed : thoseof Truby & Co's Addition issued thereon.. Said' 'trI"
; hoa following
the Inhabitant by reason ofage. nlht'"h d'rlr'.J'r; : : embraces. the. ,
Elmer!:: Stoke lust Saturday night. A large crowd to )Stark in W'ot arty County following d i._crib
nice i Infirmity or misfortune, may NRV --__ __ ______ _--__23 6 23 Mr. Ine Green _._ 1J.3C State of Florida to-wit: property In the. Count\' >' "",Mo,
and all a ,
and Mrs. Warner Mott, of attended reported have claim upon the aid and sympathy of SouthwestQuarter !State: of Florida. to.wit
Mr. time. of .ocleey'provliie.l; however. Lots O 4 I ex N 9% ft of Northwest Quarter North half of Northenn.' uv.attpr
of Section 33 Township
Alachua, were visiting his mother. the Legislature' may by general law lot 1 blk 1. Livingston containing of Southeast Quarter ,f 'rtIn
8 Mouth
-. provide for a uniform State-wld' Truby ft Co'a Additionto 12 6 South
Township Rang' 2:
Mott Sunday. .
Mrs. Sally les*
40 Acre, more or
system for such benefits, and appropriate Starke In WMi of i Bust, containing 20 4.,
H. B. and Wilson Conerly of GUM BRANCH money therefor; but no such NEVi, 11134 Taxes ____28 6 23 Mr.. Ines Green 22.61 ,' The assessment of the said property or ]es.Th .

Okeechobee spent part of last Il".. Kllzutath homage, Cor. general law shall provide benefit Lots 1. 2. 3 of blk 10. Livingston I' under wait In the'the said imme certificate of Serena: !issued assessment of ih .. ,
& Co1
to any person who shall not have Truby erty under the said <'. -ir, .:
week here as guests of their mother been a resident of the $tate of Florida Addition to Starke, In Johnson.LFnlena. sued was In the nam .' ,
1;. Mrs. A. B. Surrency. Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent! Sunday for a period of flv, years continuously %%'lj, of NEV -.-___ 28 8 22 111,.. Maria Thornton. __ 4.T7 said certificate shall be redeemed '- Weekley Trustee.
next preceedlng' hi* application Lot 1. 2, 3, 12, 13.- 14 of according to law. the property t'nless said certificate jhai K r*
', We are very glad to report that night at Sampson City with therefor, nor shall such general blk 18. Livingston. Tru described therein will .be Hold deemed according to law :I.i ]I. jroij

,. Mrs. E. M. Hazen, who had her Miss Mildred Brown.J. law provide for benefit to any by ft C..'* Addition toStark to the highest bidder at the court-In i arty described therein wll '
on account of age who In Wi(, of NE'i 28 6 22 W. F. IIICtt _...._________ n.n hnune door on the first Monday to the highest bidder at I thu ,,u;
arm pulled out of place Is gradually C. Sapp who Is employed In ha*a't.o; : attained I the age ot alxty- Lot 4. 5. 6. 7 of blk 28. the month of October. 1936. which house door on the first Mondaythe I .
the week-end flyear* Provided further that Livingston Truby ftCo's la the &th. day of October. 1936. : month October
Improving.Mr. Jacksonville, spent ; of of t93d. which
thin 22nd.
day August.
where law of the United Addition to "StarkeIn .
of by any the Eth day of October, 1936
and Mrs. Marvin Hazen here with hIs parents, Mr. and Htates.' a leaser or different period rr.\o of NBH ------28 8 22 R. L. Thoma. _...,.____ 9.78 193H. i Dated this 12 day of August 13:
Bradenton, spent part of the week Mrs. J. S. Sapp. of residence age or cltlxenshlp shall Lot \ blk 1 19. Living (OFFICIAL SEAL) (OFFICIAL SEAL)
and I and b.. fixed In order for tha State of ston. Truby & {'o'.. SubdIvision A. J. ThOMAS A. J. THOMAS.
here with their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner Florida to participate lit any Federal In NEVt ofNEVJ Clerk of Circuit CourtCounty Clerk of Circuit '. ... .

Mrs. E. M. Harea and Mrs. J. C. children of Vanderbilt were visiting grants that might' be mad for ___ _____28 6 2S Mote Graham -____ 6.60 of Bradford Florida. of Bradford Count' p a

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards aitch purposes the Legislature I may Blocks 31. as. Livingston, 8-29-5t-9-25 1-14-61-9-11
Cone. & Co's Subdivision -
prescribe such requirements a* to Truby
,, --.-i 0BOOTSEY'S- Sunday. cltlsenshlp age and residentaa will In NEV of NEil, ____28 8 22 A. O. Jenkins. -'-- isis .
Mr. and Mrs. Beckon and chil- be consistent with and not In conflict Lots 9, 10 & 8 8 ft of lots 3 acre In SW% bounded
; BEACH with such Federal. Law." 7, 8 of Blk B. N. J. Jones N by J. U. Alvares and _.
dren, of Jacksonville spent Saturday Approved June. 4. 1935.A Addition to Starke InSEV E by Adams. Ht' If Continued -
Miss Effie Crawford, Cor. I with Mr. and Mrs. T. of NW>,4 W of Walnut south by ry lands.

night St. _____- -_ __ _____28 6 82 Dr. A. E. Dunham ___. 22.66 A W by Oeo. Tompsett
N. Norman. JOINT RESOLUTIONProposing 4 of blk C. N. 3. lands Jr. O. Alvare Ad-
,; Sullivan, of Jacksonville I Lots 2. 3,
Mrs. Phillip Mr. and Mra. J. D. Reddish Mrs. an Amendment to Article Jone Addition to StarkeIn 1 dition to Starke H of
spent the week with her VIII of the Constitution of the SL'of NWVi W ot I Madison ft W of WalnutSt.

Mrs. Jean Gaaklns here Mary Norman and daughter. Betty Stat' of Florida Relative to Cities Walnut St _- n_ ____23 6 23 Dr. E. L. Blga-s Estate. 18.15 i 1994 Taxes _________28 5 SI Elisabeth O. Lamb I |'
June were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. and Counties. Lots 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. One lot lying 13 of Christian -
visitor I
J. S. Rosier was a business S. Sapp and family, Wednesday I HJ It Hesolved Dr The ....Ialatar. Jones Addition to Stark 1 Church & bounded

to Worthington Springs last of The "ts.. of FioridsiThat In 8EV of NWVi W of I S by Call St and E by _
afternoon. i the following Amendment to Walnut 't.' 1931 Taxes. _28 6 23 Dr. B. U Blga Estate 22.SS Broadway, St __________28 ( 22. Freeman. Register I)
Saturday. Miss Vesta McRae spent the Article VIII of the Constitution of Lot. 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. One lot lying B of Christian -
Robert Crawford spent the clt- Addition to Stark Church & bounded
the Stat of Florida relative to Jones
I week-end with Miss Helen Nor. S Call St and K
In Jacksonville with his lea and counties to be numbered In !SEVi of NWVi W of by by
.' week-end 1 man. Section 10 of said Article VIII b* Walnut St., 1933 Taxes .28 6 23 Dr. E. L. Bgg! Estate 22.85 Broadway St. 1981 tax. _28 6 22 Freeman Register

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I Miss Iris Sapp of Vanderbilt and the same 1 Is hereby agreed to Lots 2. 3. 4 of stk.tJIt ti.j.k.1.. One tlan lot Church lying" B ft of boundedH Chris-
and shall b* submitted to the electors Jones Addition
Crawford. section. was the guest of Miss ot the Stat at the General In SEH of NWU w of by Call St and E by

John Fish and Corbet Crews of Alice Edwards Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Election: to b* held on the First Walnut St., 1933 Taxes. .28 6 :22! D... E. L. Biggs Estate 28.65 Broadway Ht. 1912 tax. 28 t S3 Freeman Register 2
Glen St. Marys were visiting Mr. Tuesday after the first Monday In Lots 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. One lot lying E of Christian -
; and Mrs. W. R. Conner ofStark. November A. D. 1936. for ratificationor Jones Addition to Stark Church A bounded
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday.Mr. rejection to-wlt: In 8R'of NW 4 W of S by Call St' and B by .
Mr. and Mrs.
were visiting
Bartow Walnut St. 1934 Taxes 28 6 23 Dr. K. 19.13: tax 28 6 22 Freeman Reglstd
and Mrs. Lawrence J. S. Sapp' Sunday afternoon.A 1 Section 10. The Legislature. shall Bigg Estate 11.15 B"O"dwar.St.E of Christian -
and Harry. of Jacksonville have power to establish, alter or OnaIotli4ftN&SbY Church ft bounded I(
son. large crowd from here attended I abolish a Municipal corporation to 1 50 ft K' ftV E of ad. S by 'all St and 13 by
broth ,
were visiting her sister and b* known a* the Key West' Joining hlk 1. Temple :. ,
the Bradford County Singing I oWr.Vor: : Broadway St. 1994! tax 23 6 23 Freeman Register
'V er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy extending II i I Addition to stark. In Com at NW cor 'Of San )I
Convention at Wateroak, Sunday.J. ,the present. limits of Monroe County NI'\o: 4 of NWI.', & WVi{ of derson Lane ft Hogan

Julnn, here last Monday. F. Shaw of the State Farm i In the place of any or all county I NEV,. W of Fly __ ______28 6 23 Mr*. E. H. Smith_____, 33.45 Alley A run N on said. I Ii

Fisher Gasklns was a visitor to district municipal and local govvrnments. One lot 114 ft N ft B by Lane 83 ft W 50 ft 8 52
was a visitor In this section Fri. boards, bodies and officers -
,:' this week.J. 60 ft H ft W E of adjoining ft to Hogan Alley thenceE
Jacksonville day night.Mr. constitutional or statutory, blk 1. Temple to beg. __________- .28 6 S3 Dr. IS. L. Biggs Estate I
and Mr. and Mrs.E. legislative executive. Judicial or administrative
Roy Qulnn Addition to Stark In
Com of San
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and shall at NW cur
E. Crawford made a business and prescribe theJurisdIction. N"J% of NAV'4 ft W4 of derson. Lane ft Hogan i.
children of Hellbronn were visit- powers duties and NEVa W of [{y. 11131 ___28 6 23 -. Mra. E. H. Smith ----- 39.75 Alley A run N on said .
Jacksonville last! week. function of such municipal -
trip to One lot lI4ft N&Sby
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday iJine 53 ft W SO ft 8 62
Its legislative, executive, Judicial -
Mrs. Bill Greene and daughter 50 ft E ft W R of adJoining ft to Hogan Alley thence '

c,, Freda, of Glen St. Marys Is visiting afternoon. and and It*administrative boards. bodies and department officers Addition< blk to 1.Starke Temple In Coin R to at beg.NW 1931 cor taxes of San-.___28 6 82 S Dr. B. L. Bl..g* Estate I 9 ,

her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. N. : to divide the territory Included NEVi: of NWift W of derson Lane ft Hogan '

HIGHLAND In such municipality Into subordinate NEM, W of Ry. 1932 ___ 28 8 22 111.... E. H. Smith _____ 39.76 Alley. ft run N on said.
Crawford. districts I and to prescribe a .
One lot 114 ft N ft S by I.une 52 ft W 50 ft S 52
B, L. Prlvltt left last Sunday for Miss. M. E. Crews CorrespondentF. Just and reasonable. system of taxation 50 ft E & W E! of adJoining ft to Hogan Alley thenceK
for such municipality and dltrlcts *- blk 1. Temples __..28 Estat- I? )
Miami where he will be employed. of to beg1932 taxes 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs
; and to fix the liability Addition to Starke In
Com at NW of S'Ln-
Fell Prtvitt and Frankie GeIger M. Crews was a visitor to such municipality and districts.Bonded NEVi: of NWVi ft WVi{ of derson Lane cor A Hogan

,. of Hllllard were visiting friends :Maxvllle: Thursday night. and other Indebtedness existing NEV of Ry 193.1 f_____S* 1 23 111.... B. H. Smith.__,..... 4290 '- Alley ft run N on said
tlm of establishment
at the the .
Mr. and Mrs. James Cox Miss One lot t 14ft N & S by Lane 52 ft W 50 ft B 52
of such municipality shall b*
; and relatives here Saturday, 50 ft E W E of adjoining ft to Hogan Alley thenceH
Kathleen Hardee and Miss Mag. enforceable theretofore taxable only against therefor.property Th blk 1. Temple to beg. 1933 taxes ... ....28 S S3 Dr. E. L. Blags Estate U'

.I. gle Crews were visitors to Starke Legislature shall, from time to time Addition to Stark In Com at NW cor of San
HAMPTON determine what portion of said municipality 'NBVi of NW"/" A WH of derson Lane ft Hogan
Sunday afternoon.J. Is rural and a NKH Wot Ry 1934 _.Z8 8 12 Mr. E. H. Smith...__ 33.45 Alley ft run N on said
: Mis* Ada MI.... Crres....a>.t Osteen, of Maxvllle and L. I homestead In a such rural area area shall l Lot 13 14 of blk 12. Temple Lane 52 ft W 60 ft H 52
: Addition to Starke. ft to Hogan thenceIt
not be 'limited I aa If In a city or
> Mrs. J. C. Brooks and her Osteen of Jacksonville were recent I town. Such municipality may exercise In, NE"4 of NW'4 ft WV&{ to beg 3IIlx ._.23 8 S3 Dr. B. L. Blgga Estate M
visitors here. all the power of a municipal of N E-r.: W of Ry__ __'_ 28 8 23 Mrs. S. R. Osborn ._?__ 21.83 The N4\(. ot one lot SIlt. ft
grandmother. Mrs. Emma Greene corporation and shall also be NVj .. ex lot 8 ft E W hy 210 ft N & 8
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly recog Ilf'l:; lott9
N 9. TemplesAddition bounded N hy Jackson
have been the guests of Mrs. Idella nised. as one of the legal political
and Miss Freddie Wimberly, Mr. divisions of the Stat with the duties to Starke. In St. W by Bay St S by

Priest. and Mrs. N. T. Green and childrenall and obligation of a county and NKVi of NWI/ ft W of Hogan Alley ____ ... 23 8 23 D... E. L. Biggs Estate 411S3
: Mrs. A. J. Wilson. of Brooker, shall be .entitled to all the powers. NEWnffly' ...._..11. 23: Oeo. F. Scott ,___._ 20.55 The NV\vohn2 Iot52't
of Starke spent Sunday here R ft ft N ft 14bounded
attended the revival services here. rights and privileges. Including rep- SU of blk 19. Temple Addition -
: with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and fam- recantation. In the Stat Legislature" to Starke' In NEVi N by JacksonSt.
., O. L. Harrison, of Pompano. but which would accrue to It If It were of NW. of NEV4 W bv Bay St S by 41The <
a county. All property of Monroe W I 23 Fred. A. Scott 85.43 Hogan Alley 1931 tax. .28 6 Dr. B. 1... Blgg E.tat.-
of our town Is visiting Ily.Mrs. --------
formerly lbll 'T.mpi.18
Leslie Griffin visited rela- County and of the municipality In Lot R" 24. ;; MM or one lot 52M ft
here this week. I Ibid I county shall vest In such municipal Addition to stark In E ft W by 210 ft N ft M!
Mrs. Lorene White has returned tives here Monday. corporation when established NEW of NWV.' A WH.{ of bounded N by Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly I. a. herein provided. The office of NEVj W of Rv ...-- 28 6 23 Mr. Mlron Harmon -? 3.45 St. W bv lear93 St t:1t by I !
':, to her home here after a visit with I Jr. and Pattle left 1 the Cleric of the Circuit Court and Lot 1. 4. 5. 5, 7. 8, 11, 12. Hogan ..28 I 22 Dr. B. L. Bigg Estate
Miss Wimberly The NW, of one lot 59Vj! ft
24. Temple
b abolished but
her grandmother\ Emma Rivera I Sheriff hall not a.tilIbll
last week for their home at Nichols the Legislature may prescribe the Starke. In RftWby2IOftNftSbounded :
of Starke. I time when and the method) by NIL of NWf ft WV4 of N by JacksonSt.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown, of after a visit here with rela whIch. such office shall b* filled NE-. W of Ry --_--__28 II 23 Oo. F. Scott __.__,____ 18.45 W by r9i1t t:1t by 'i
tives. and the compensation to be paid to Lot 9. 10 of blk 27. Temples Hogan Alley. : S3 1 S3 Dr. E. L. Blgga Estate
Gainesville visited Mrs. Brown'smother such officer and may vt In them Addition to Stark The" NVj of one lot 52V, ft \
laat Sun- and duties. No In, of NWVi, '" K ft W by 0ftN.S:
Mrs. Evelyn Birt, !MRS. ELIZABETH L. BELUIXQ additional power. NEVi WV4 '
county offlc' shall b. abolished' or of NEW W of Bv: _.--_28 6 23 Dr. K. L. Bigg Estat3.87 bounded N by Jackson "
day. Friends here have received no- consolidated with another office Lota 9. 10 of blk 27. Temple St. w by Bay Ht 8 by "

Earnest Morgan of Ocala, spent lice of the death of Mrs. Elisabeth without making provision for theperformance .* Addition to Stark. Hogan lot com Alley 50 134 ft W Tax.. of 28One I S3 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estate .
of all Htat duties now In NEVi of NWH Wli
the week-end with friends and relatives -I J. Held Ing. who before her marriage or hereafter prescribed by law to b* of NEW W of Ry, 1931 .28 I 22 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estate. 8.87 NW Cor of Hand.rjonlane
here. such officer.Nothing Lots 10 of blk 27. Ternpie ft Hogan Alley ft
was 1II. Jennie Strong and I performed by county 9. run N 117 ft W 87 ft B
shall af. Addition to Stark.
contained herein *
Mrs. Arthur Mllllgan of Ocala lived here with her parents on 'feet Section' lOot Article III of the In, NEVi' of NWV of WV4 63 ft W 15 ft S S3S ft to

la her mother Mrs. A. L. th of Florida W of 1933..28 I 21 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estat1.87 Hogan Alley thane K:
visiting Cherry Street In the house later Constitution of Stat of NE\% Ry lt.0
except a* to such provisions therein Lota 9, 10 of blk 27. Tm- 140 ft to beg --- __"".28 6 33 Dr. B. L. Bigg
tQulltvan.JSVJfNY. purchased by CoL W. T. Weeks I >s relate to regulating the Jurisdiction pies Addition to Stark. One lot com 50 ft W of

but now owned by W. L. Wall. :Mrs. and duties of any class of officers In, NEVi' of NWifc of ""!, NW Cur of Sanderson
i summoning and lmpanlllnsj of" NE"".{ W of Ry, 19K3..28 1 23 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estat '.<3 Lan ft Hogan Alley ft
BROOK FARM Belding died on September 8th and grand and petit Juries to assessing Lot 9. 10 of blk 27. Tern- run N 117 ft W 87 ft 8

, the following Is from an Oil City .and collecting taxes for county pur- pies Addition to Stark .1 ft W 55 ft S 62* ft to
.Sirs. !). E. Cl'08by, Correspondent po *a and to regulating the fa and In, NHVi' of NWt,"* A W,.. Hogan Alley thence E U.)
Pa.. paper: compensation or county offIcera. No of NEi W of Ry, 1934 :2S I 23 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estate 3.87 140 ft to beg, 1931 tax.23 I S3 Dr. E. U Biggs. Estate

J1JM Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby Mrs. Elizabeth J. Beldlng. of 524 law authorising the establishing or Lots I. 3, 5. 9. of blk 3 ft One lot com' 50 ft W of
abolishing of such Municipal corporation land H of blk 2 to land NW Cor of Sanderson
: of Brooker, were guests of Mr W. Third St., a resident of Oil pursuant to this Section line. J. (. Alvarea addi- Lane Hogan Alley *:

and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday.Mrs. City for more than 30 years and shall become operative 1 or effectiveuntil tion to Starke . .__IS 6 22 Mra. S. F. Hamrlck$ __A 27.53 rtInNll7ftWN7ft H
Is visitingher widow of David C. died at approved by a majority of the Lots 1. :3. 6. 6, of blk 2 A JS ft W 55 ft S" 62<,{, ft to
W. R. Halslop : Hogan Alley thence
qualified elector participating In land S of hlk 3 to land K lMOn.
daughter Mrs. Alllren Phllman 5 p. m. Tuesday while visiting In an election held. In said county but line. J. O. Alvare addition 140 ft to beg 1932: tax.-23 I S3 Dr. E. I* Bigg. Estate
week. Garry. N. Y. so long aa such municipal corporation to Starke, 19.14 ____. 28Lots (22 Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck ___ 57.00 .. lot com 60 ft W of .
in Tampa 1 exists under this election the 1. 2. 8. 4. 9. 10 11. 12 NW Cor of Sanderson.
Male Evelyn Crosby, of Brooker, Mrs. Belding was in apparently Legislature may itmend or extend of blk 3. J. 11. Alvarea Lane ft Hogan Alley ft:

night with Mr. and good health when she left for Garry the law authorising the same with- Addition to .Stark-' ot run N HT ft W 87 ft M .. ':
a pent Saturday out referendum to the qualified voters Madison A W of Walnut 63 ft W 5S ft S 62Vj ft to
Mrs.. Marcus Conner. early Tuesday morning and her unless the Legislative act pro SIt---------- __. 23 6 23 Elisabeth a.' Lamb ____ 25.14:; Hogan Alley thence E is TJSS
those attending the sing death was sudden, and unexpected. viding for such amendment or extension Lots 1. 2. 2. 4. 9. 10. 11. 13 140 ft to beg 1933! tax. 23 4 S3 Dr E. L Bigg Estate '
Among shall provide. for such refer of blk 3. J. n. Alvarez One lot com 60 ft W of
At Wateroak Sunday were, Mr She was a member of the Sec endum., Addition to stark 'W of NW Cor of Sanderson

and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. ond Presbyterian Church. Approved June 4. 1935. Madl.o- ft w cf Walnut Lan ft Hogan Alley ArunNliiftwlftg
Itt 19 Taxes u__ 33 6 13 Elisabeth 0. Lamb ___ 33 40 '
Marcus Conner Misses Betty, Surviving her are two daugh- Lots 1, 2. 3. 4. 9.. 10. 11. 13 1 8a ft W 55 ft S 5214 ft t" .. .

Doris and Hazel and Evelyn Cros tern Mr. Mlneatha Hart of Columbus Th. vote cast In .compliance with of blk 4.: .* (.I. Alvarez Hogan Alley. thence. E .1.0"I
said proposed amendments, and the Addition to Itarke H of 140 ft to beg 1934 tax..2 I Dr. E. L. BJgg. Bta!"
by. 0., and Mrs. Elizabeth L. canvass, declarations and returns Madison St A W of Walnut Part SL a..e lot com

MisS Neta Kelly was a visitor in Christ, of Summit. N. J.; three thereof shall b. subjected to the Ht. ____ __________28Lota < 13 ElIzabeth O. Lamb __ 14.35:! at .: cor of Und. formerly
same regulation and restrictions 1.-2. 3. 4. 9,10. Il. 13 owned
by T. W.
Jacksonville Saturday. sisters Mrs. N. 8. Beatty and Mrs. as are provided by law for general of blk 4.: J. O. Alvsres T*"' run K to E lIne

Mrs. F M. Norman Jr., and Mary L. Sheldon of Oil City and elections In the !Slat! of Florida. 'Addition to Stark .H of Sec 28, thence 8 on
IN TESTIMONT WHEREOF.!: !: Madison ft A W of Wai- Sea line. 220
children of Vanderbilt were visitIng \ Mrs. C. S. Blackmarr of Chicago, I hays hereunto set my nut St. 1934 Taxes 28 I 13 Elisabeth O. Lamb ______14.21 thenc. W to 8B cor o/

her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. and three grandchildren. Mr.' hand and affixed the Great 3 acres In HWV boundedN land formerly owned by

1'. Crosby Saturday night. Belding died two years ago. Seal of the Stat of FlorIda. by J. O. Alrare and said Sweat thence N to t. ..
at Tallahassee the Capital. 1'] by Adam alt If Continued .
O. M. Bennett of Jasper, i I. The body will be brought to her this the 1st day of August south by ry landsA 4 .creinraV4of Sfton": I J-Rothlu -

making his home with his daughter I home in Oil City. No arrangements A. D. 1938. W by Oeo. Tompsett bounded N by Fields
(SEA.., lands J. O. Alvares Ad. place w by land of Mr.
and son-in-law, Mr\ and Mra have been made for the fu- R. A. ORAY dltlon to Stark 8 of Wells 8 by .Ry A E by tl.U

at I neruL secretary, 0{ 81at.W' .. Madison A W ot Walnut 8t- ..
JTloytl present.
Crosby -- Jt.
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fo'LiJ\lE: TWO-_, =._- -_ _._, -_ _. '. .____ .. STARKE: .-FLORIDA 'mlJASEI"TE.IUEU: IR. 1936 NUMBER ONE.

SENIORS HAVE Right Start DailyThe JUNIORS MAKE Last Year's GraduatesWe I Crowded Conditions '

FIRST-THRILL senior are getting the right GOOD STARTThe find that the seniors of 1936 Cramp School ClassesOne
; start for the \ ELEMENTARY EchoEs I.I I.
experienced one of day by conducting a juniors are widely scattered. First, let'ssee
TIle .enters thrills Monday morning. short but Inspirational home room right by electing started new the officers week for off what some of the girls are do- of the most difficult problems .
school Is the
first lhe wonderful experience program each morning. We are 1936 and '37. Ing. Alice Royster, Marie Thede confronting our
mel! pod tbelr cla88 ringB Atlee sure that the other home rooms and Virginia Wiggins are attend crowded conditions under which I I
picking ')ut are doing the same thing. There The new officers are: teachers and students are forced to
rl the "
was appointed to pick ing Woman's College in Tal- first six grades have a record FOl'KTH GUIDE
i la better President: Frances Peek. work. Every available hall
no space
second beginning for the lahassee. Dorothy White is now children and In
and enrollment of 492 We have thirty-five pupils our
I tll'llt choice school day than a short home Vice president: Reese Bradley. been utilised. Extra rooms have
I L the class pick their room '' visiting In West Palm Beach. sixteen teachers. They have spread part of the fourth grade. Four of
let Secretary and treasurer been added in the lower halls and
directed : Edna
the ring committee were: program by one of the Joye 'lOriner is working in the all over the first floor and one haa these, Wilma Coleman, Frances
*eon students and Pearce. i I back of the stage, and u pa tails the
III' consisting of scrip i Court House In Gainesville. Lea I
Myrtlce Klllings- climbed to the second Some people Colley Marie Lotapetch and Maurice
Reporter: Carol White. i laboratory and part of the study
rth Winifred Hazen. Grace Ar- ture reading, the Lord's Prayer, i|i Retta Jeffords and Johnnie Ree wonder why we say we need :Martin are new to B. H S. We
salute L O. Jones, a junior, several hall have been converted Into class
flag and a short talk on gave Cone have made
and Virginia Fugate. The house-keeping another building, but If they will hope they will like It.
fOOd, met In the office with "Character Development," or perhaps suggestions for the junior their career. Madeline Crewe laIn !I rooms. visit us, 'they will know. We are enjoying our new Bison
ilJlllllUttee a good poem or several class. Texas, Mary Wiggins Is takinga I Due to lack of apace several voted Is
and Mr. Stelnmeyer. the I'l There hive been rooms at each Readers. Betty Hayes, we ,
)If, Gray worth-while quotations. Later in They are: post-graduate course at worthwhile courses Including phy- I
from the best reader.
end of the hall for sometime our
Brad-I new ;
lfP'f&entative! A beautiful duering the school year some of the best of 1. Study with the Intention of ,,, ford High and Lillian sics, Geometry III. and one section thin is made In
mnpBOy these home using and profiting by what of Shorthand I, have had to year another being
room you
ruby or a blue spiral set programs will be planning to go to New York. the south end of the hull. This SIXTH GRADE UEOURAPIIY
end a printed In detail. learn. Prepare each day's class assignment I be eliminated from the high school
pch M the students choose was on time. '{ Now we will see what some of curriculum. As the commercial will close that end of the old hall The sixth grade geography goes
The choice wa almostrplmoue Home room programs have a the boys are doing. Raymond making It dark and gloomy. right along with the newspapers
n. 2. In extra
, with
cb<* Cooperate one and all to courses gain popularity
, the cooperation dual purpose: to give each student Plummer has a position In Miami. We the Old
and kork as a unit for a common good. class room space is needed for this Is It right to crowd children and every day. are studying
dos by the students was very a chance to develop leadership 3. Obey rules and Instructionsto 'James Hollingsworth will attend department.Moat teachers into poorly ventilated World and we find many article

lICOuraging j to the sponsors. and to give each student a the highest point. i I Emory Oxford, at Oxford Georgia II places In this hot weather?' Or In the papers about these countries.

.. cheerful outlook for the day. 4. Profit by the experience of this year. Rudolph Andrews Is study of hall.all we Often need students more roomIn can to nearly freeze'! them in the winter Right now we are. Interested In
The newspaper reporters haven't planning a trip to Mexico. Wilson
? We the best Spain.
School are doing we can
Our others. If the junior class will
find no place to sit when they go
How had an opportunity to receive Information May baa a position In Palatka.
only do these, the teachers and lessons. with one building that Is filled to We are going to keep scraptoook
to study hall to prepare
Been Improved about other home room Olen Bedenbaugh has work witha
Has roof and all corners. of articles and pictures
pupils may rest assured of havingthe It la the fond dream of students newspaper
programs or activities; howeverwe sawmill in Brooker. Mothers, fathers, we appeal to about the Old World countries.
best class ever known In Bradford and teachers that In the near fu-
I me first and most important shall tell you about other rooms High.Dediatio. I There are many seniors of 1936 I ture Starke may be the site of a you! A new building U possible There Is a committee in each room

otll i In improving our school was later. I that haven't been mentioned but new high school building.EDUCATION If you will work for It! to take care of this. Sara Barefoot

each the students how to lead we feel certain that they are being -- ---- George Powell and Lois New-
jemwlves.K ( The teachers have JOKES Of Flag \ successful. Here's hoping the class MASTERS EI.F.IENT.It101141'111I: :: /\' nom are the committee In Mrs.

I dinged! their way of teaching. Today, 2:30 O'Clock of 1937 will be as successful as EVERYTHINGBy We opened our first assembly by I Walnwrlght's room Shirley Col-
giude the students Instead of some of these.Professor. singing two songs: The first twoverses ley, Comer Perryman and Thelma
!They Our Student Gov- Stenog: "What the idea of work- of "Jesus Loves Me" and Manning have the same job In Mra.Searing' .
pding them. Ing an hour overtime night? The new nag given to B. H. 8.1 Ethel TaylorI
gunent teaches them to be leaders I wouldn't think of doing every It." by the graduating class of 1936, GrayAddresses think an education Is very Important the first, second" and fourth verses II room.Katherine Klnlaw.

stead of followers. Cashier-"Neither would I thinkof will be dedicated this afternoon SchoolThe during one's lifetime; It of "America. This was followedby
commercial department Is at 2:30 Is the only way in which you can the flag salute and the Lord's'Prayer '
Our It. It was the boas that thoughtof (Friday) : o'clock. An Impressive LOW !SECOND NEWS
olarged to such an extent that it." program Is planned, with Invest your time during your early .
then you graduate from our Mrs. Carpenter's home room, 12B, regular weekly assembly years and be certain that you will Mr. Gray then made the follow- We have thirty-nine boya and "

Kbool you are prepared for a busl- P.Ilnlllter-"I'm: glad to see in charge. Each room of the high was held Friday morning. After receive life-long returns.If ing announcements: I. Be cour- girls In our room. We have decided

pee position of any kind. at Sunday school today, Elmer.you school will be represented by a the devotional" exercises and song, you are shy and lonesome get teous; 2. Work harder; 3. Be or- that" our motto will be "I will
"America In which all students We have been busy get-
Our teacners and principal keep What do you expect to learn today number appropriate to the occa- I I an education. You are wrong in I deny I at all times. help
and took Mr. settled. Our first project this
contact with the leading high T" sion. faculty part, Gray your Idea, if school means to you Rev. Montgomery gave a talk on ting
II delivered an Interesting talk on I the Life of Daniel. This ended the year la going to be to make our.
shoals of the state so that they Elmer "I expect to learn Patriotic songs, pledge of allegiance merely hours and hours of hard I corner" more attractive
on teach the latest and most BUCtesful the date of the Sunday school picnic poems, and short talks by Character work. School offers the dearest program and we marched back to "rending books for our ,
and to more
methods. ." ex-service men will be a part of I Some of the character traits are: thing In. the world and that lafrlendahlp. our rooms. bring

the program.We accuracy, adaptability, concentration You make friends at Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter.I library. V
consideration, alertness, affection -. Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. 1
Interesting Notes Customer: "Listen, barber I'll should remember at all school and these friends lighten -

never make that train the speed times what our flag means to us. contentment courage efficiency your lonely' hours. FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE NEWS

you're shaving me. You hold the It is Indeed a great privilege and firmness, friendship ambition Do you wish to succeed In life? We have thirty-three pupils In
We have three new teachers In attentiveness, cheerfulness, We have thirty-one students In
that not student
one school our room.
razor still and I'll waggle my every You do, without a doubt. But how ,
I Kbool this year namely, Mrs. face" enjoys, to see the flag of our nation I honor, good temper kindness, love can you succeed without the aid Our teacher appointed commit- our class. Thirteen boys and eighteen -

I Ruby Mae Perkins, Mrs. Leola _- the symbol of our freedom, obedience, patience, truthfulness, of friends, without social activity, tees to care for our.room for two glrla.

J Roberts, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. "Oh. I think you're lots nicer flying above the school campus. I punctuality, unselfishness. and without an education?' weeks. Our new work books were her

looking than your daddy." "Salute the colors! The flag I Among his remarks about these I Do wish to succeed In business They are: Flowers, Roberta ready for use Monday morning.
Thirty books were donated to by, ; traits, Mr. Gray said that each I Committees appointed to serve
"I ought to be. I'm a later mod goes ? Of course you do. Now Whltfleld and Lorene Monorlef,
I !be library by Margaret Hair.A el." Its folds outflung to the sun person has all of the traits and all adays when so business men ; Windows- -Herbert Green and Stephen this week were: 1
I lit sky. he needs to do Is develop them. many Weldon. Blackboard--Guy Housekeepers--Evelyn Hall, Fay 1 S
are demanding college graduates,
new commercial course. General And the In Freedom's Yarbrough Bobble McRae.
over and Mack
Absent-minded teacher: "You'relate how high In the world of businessdo Starling Futch. Library
Business Science, under the NEXT WEEK Health CaptainsEthel Mae
this morning. What's the rea- name. honestly believe that Alice Hudson and Jessie Jones.
Unction of Mr. Benson Is offered Justice and Honor It you any- Coleman Muriel Crawford MaryJo r
son?" may proclaim Monday, Sept. 21 : one will go who has not even ahl&h Paper- -Edward Grlffls and Earl
to the high school students this Caldwell. Alberta Woodard.
New Pupil: "Well. It's like this. High School Faculty Meeting school diploma. If you hope to Edmondson. Sand table-- Bryan
jitr. So long as the hearts of men Harrel and Carl Bul- DoctorEdgar Wilkinson v
I : Grumpier
I When I got up this morning I succeed In business, get an educa-
beat true! Tuesday, Sept. 22: letin Board---Gloria Price and Bob- Nurse--Mural Smith
We saw In the Lakeland newaftn -1 looked into the mirror and couldn'tsee Salute the Colors! They fly for Newspaper Staff Meeting, 2:30 tion.Go by Biggs. Reporter-.John Klnlaw tOur
myself, BO I thought I must to school
as long as
you possibly
that Irma Stockwell Is on : "
I not
you. Wednesday Sept. 23: We wrote a story about "My health captains only 4
have gone to school. It wasn't till can. Your city baa generous
tin Southern newspaper staff of -N. R. A. Becker. Glee Club.Thuraday. Summer Vacation." Here Is one check their rows for the observance
two hours later that I discoveredthe ly provided schools In which all its
/lit Florida Southern College. Sept 24: of the best ones: I of health rule., but also
glass had fallen out of the boys and girls have an equal opportunity -
-- RACK TO SCHOOL Elementary Assembly. "My Summer Vtlon"In choose a health rule and fix a pageon
frame.. to try for a high school
We haven't news for the so- health book with pictures '
any Friday Sept. 25: : the summer I visited by cou- our scrap
dtty column since every one stay By Irene DavisIt High School Assembly. diploma. Don't neglect your op- sin In Birmingham, Alabama. In to represent this rule.
1 1Itudled. Uncle Levi Zink : "Maybe portunity. Remember that educa-
ed at home last week-end and says books and of ..
Is time for study, one the stores they had an escalator -
with that 200 inch telescope some tion masters everything.
not vacations. We school! students LIBRARIAN CHANGES moving stairs. It was fun
body will be able to get a faint A BETTER I
glimpse of prosperity." : will have to forget vacations for a The responsibility and honor of THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEKIf to ride on It. Birmingham 'la In I AXATIVE

We are glad that Mrs. Beasley I while. A vacation during school looking after the library will be the mountain There are many Prompt.mm tanoah. tisae

II improving and will be with us Is terms means make up work and changed this year. The chairmanand coal and Iron mines. On one of ;, h.. -non-up..etlnr'_ ...' ea.ek .ad.un- i&Z
Some folks Idea of harmony .
bj October. less time for recreation. Every you can't do great things remember the mountains there la an Iron r to take, with fQ
a freckled-faced girl wearing a student librarians will be nam- look ... A* ,KHWrnovMwe | CBj|
school student needs recreation of ed In next week's you can do small things In statue of Vulcan. The train we e.. NMik. tl. That

Mrs.. Gray la teaching typing for polka-dot dress and a leopard skin some sort. Some of the responsibilities paper. are: a great way. were on went through a tunnel. We to....fUtf. The OroM f anoM Luallv lto. crow T.k- --

| hot Beasley while she Is 111. coat. When we start back to school I Looking after the books listed In did not get to the swimming pools .mark o- e. tlM Bwk*....Ie.. ii1iii1i
aiMir tM. Onlr
CHEERFULNESS It means diligent study. You can't the library; seeing that there is a See how much you can do not and to the picture shows on account o irMtmoM, Mmplomiiwoc.

Dorothy Sapp is assisting with expect to accomplish anything in copy of the Times-Union and Bradford how little. of the Infantile paralysis ......,.Writ.. n.lud,, Croat 10.
the office work while Mrs. Grays Cheerfulness Is merely, school without study and complete County Telegraph in the library scare. While I was visiting my : LrY.eetla. ..,... .........

leaching. As you travel life's pathway recitations. Study la the key- ; selecting new books) for the e To have a friend be a friend. cousin I !started a stamp hobby. 1, w a.s tad 0ft.-... Lv.c.M.d'- Mu..ru .

Flashing a happy smile; note In completing a year's work In library; supervisor for student librarian Roberta Whltfleld. ,.... n. a.. ClllIII and r- TeaM.
FOUR ECHOWe Or nodding a pleasant good-day. school. One of the reasons of failures ; keeping magazines on It Is a wise man who knows his

are very glad to give the in school Is that we forget reading tables in library. own business; and a wiser one

elementary and primary departments Though the world seems dreary what we go to school for. Some' .- who thoroughly attends to It.-- BOREE FUNERAL HOME

a section of our B. H. S. And your troubles more than seem to go for) pleasure but they WHIT WOl'IJ; ) HAPPEN IF" Wayland.We Full Ilni of Caskets A Undertaker Supplies

Journal. We know that the boys you can bear seldom complete their work. So AMBULANCE HHKVICfe
ud You will find it less all are blind until we see. DAY ANI NIC1HT
girls will enjoy the paper more wearyIf when we start to school go Mr. Benson were not at the headof
M4 will take a keener interest in you laugh and cast away your the determination of completingthe the Commercial Department. 53 PHONE 53
]It They have named It "Elemen fear. year's work as one should That in the human planNothing O. II. BENNETT Mgr.

tary Echoes". You will find It on .--- Mrs. Carpenter-and Mrs. Long Is worth the making If "A HOME-LIKE! INSTITUTION" I

the right hand part of the the Your troubles will be lifted STAFF NOT NAMED weren't the seniors home room It does not make. the man. i

Journal. And your efforts blessed The B. H. S. staff has not yet teachers. .

h_ It will give you pleasureTo been selected but we hope to elect KOPHOMOKE: : NEWS i I.i I.i

On Mars, midday heat In sum- see your neighbors burdens the staff in the near future. The We didn't have Mr. Gray for the The lOA room has organized a i

on is between 10 and 20 degrees rest. ones who contributed to this week's principal of our Bradford County committee for beautifying the For Expert Repairing J
below zero. By Madeline Crosby. room. The chairman Is Doris 811-
Journal are: Martlle Hemingway,, High School.
Virginia cox and her co-workers are! Geraldine -
Ethel Packham, Lois Judd -
Till Ruth Murrhee and
Fugate Hilda Wyrick and All of the pupils could get interested maD.

And the Worst is Yet to Come- I others. in school again. Lorena Rosier i Smith's Garage

NEW SENIORS The new sophomores wouldn'tget DRINK

The senior class wishes to wel- confused In the halls. I

come three new students this year Phone 120 '
PR. PANEL who are: Evelyn Davis who attended The knock knocks ran out. Ou u

school last year In Gainesville '
Elvin Jones from Adel, Georgia The new seniors had to be digni Day or Night j

tH'1151: who la now living in Lawtey fled. AT
and Othma Norman who lives In .-- Ll'NCII RECESS
Lawtey. We are very glad to Ovid Lewis couldn t ring the i

have these new members and feel bell. AFTER SCHOOL' BIG ELECTION !

\111.1 fIll that they will enjoy attending j I I

J-, t Ihll\ Bradford High School.AMBITION_ ,I Chester Moody___had to keep still.I I STAItKE COCA-COLA Just Around The Corner

JllfflhIfllhJ'111l ( : We didn't have summer school to I BOTTLING CO. E.') 1 ,, t

By Hilda Wyrick make up work. I I

The spirit of ambition i Is naturalto HHYOCK
KN04 K! !
world.It .
every child born Into the 1

la like a young shoot which,
when properly encouraged sends Knock Knock who's there? I

forth the blossoms of achievementand Polk-Polk who?

I grows taller and stronger from Polk your shirt In and let's go.
DO you suffer burning scanty et
year to year; neglected. It slowly frequent urination/ beckache, ,
I withers and dies. So it Is with every Knock, Knock, who's there? headache, dnitaett, 1 loss of energy,

boy and girl, if they have the Packham--Packham who? I leg paint, swelling end pufftneta
home encouragement, he is Packham up and get out. I under. the eyes? Are you lIed.- I

I 'I' able proper to work to) his goal.It ourde.l( all umtrung and don'l y '

j jI Is a creditable ambition to Knock, Knock who's there (bow whet It wrong? I h
to develop ability Howard-Howard who? Then give tome thought to you gA
improve ,
Be : .
fcidney they functionprop.IIv
broader, How-would like to take a
to reach out after a higher'' walk ? for functional' kidney ditorder peaj j j YlU NEED A NE11' t
education and to give' a into eicew waste to ttey in the blood
quality of service to the world. : and to poJton end taped the whole \
Great men and women like Luther | Knock Knock, who's there tyitant. RADIO

Burbank, Jane Addams, and Thom- Arwood-Arwood who? Ute Doe '.Pill.Dean's are 'for the se
their fame because Ar-wood Is about out. Lldneyt only.' They are recommended
as Edison won : Whether You're DensASK -
the world ever. You can gel the genuine
of the ambition to do some real ron one wrat, Republican or
Ume-tetted Dean's el
? wiy
Let this be the Knock, Knock, whoa there I EASY TERMS dUe You
work in the world. store. T o w n s n a
motto of every school boy and girl Underbill- Underhill who? I Won't Want to Mine a., \ '+'
Underhill and vale. Single pt'ft"h.

this"Let year.the highest achievement of M.--. J DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY'i'lI
I yesterday be the starting point of "Sand hogs" la the name given to

.. today.-Paullat Fathers. workers under compressed: air


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I da Marie Thede, Miss Beatrice Miner in Jacksonville -

G 10"JDA .f.flitflr.lii! L r hKN H1Jlt 4; m and :Miss Dorothy Swanbom.The Miss Manon Wednesrta sapp: r"lI,,\ ",
_,- Rev. H. L. Chapin, of High her home In Jackson,
Springs was a business visitor after spending H.!
several ta\_ ,
focictyj here Tuesday. the guest of Miss Matt,", ,.
JACKSONVILLE ) Mr. and Mrs. P O Hunter were Rowe.
visitors to Jacksonville Saturday The
t 7J1E2ES: elate would .IDI)r..
any notes of
general .
int. ,
A SPOTN Mr and Mrs. Richard that would be
Howell handed
Durden-Houston W. M. S. Will Meet MondayThe him II\. 'o,
FL.Oe/.oA WJ.lE.eE of Olustee, were visiting here school or other persons D,<-
I "
Mr. and Mrs A A. Durden Woman Missionary SocIe- /T3 CM&/SKHAS I Sunday. than Tuesday evenings
announce tbe engagementand ty of the Methodist Church will Mrs W. H. Biggs and Mrs C. B. --
approaching marriage meet Monday, the 21st, at three ALL THE TIME.' At the close of the -
Wells ,
were visiting in I Stance: civile ..
of their daughter o'clock In the afternoon, at the United States Navy .r
Hilda Louiseto church. Business and devotional Tuesday afternoon. of seven hundred ships In'I8lfo'''
meeting. I Mrs P. O. Hunter._was shopping men. and ,0000
Harry Hilton Houston a NA
of Garland, Alabama. Mrs A. A. Durden and Miss -i L3'///STIHAIS etAUf grace distinctive flowers '"
'. The wedding be solemnized ; I"
Hilda Durden were visiting in
cherry at herschel
October 6 In Starke 7J.OJB/DA JMr
,. Jacksonville Saturday They were Jacksonville

O. E. S. Notice accompanied borne by Mrs. SarahL phone 7-2129

Hamrick, who baa been there'or ,
j'i,.(j The Eastern Star will hold its i mart center piece unusual conugnSUM
regular monthly meeting Monday .several days visiting her 7Z0JlIDA 1 lowers for gift
evening, September 21, at 7:30 daughter, Mrs. W. F. Swinger, whoIs CHAMPION f&OGMADE '. -1 1ri"ae .

o'clock at the Masonic hall at Riverside Hospital. WHICH A
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i I 103FT: T/N. PALACE

\NO WNARROW 1 _.__ Q/DAS I 'JA r
you can buy h '-' 1 + Theatre Jacksonville


answer to a demand from LADIES'SHOES I" TO STAJIJOM ,, I SEPT.
our lady ruNtomrni we are f 19-20
now Blocking new fall shoes SHOES .

In all size Including the very DAVID FAMOUS MOVIE STAR
( I narrow lasts.' How ronvrn- IN DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD 'I
I lent to be able to buy your BLACK BROWN I SOLES AGE MADE T-fQlJT SEVEN

hoc* In ptarke; .. GREEN BL'VE'I //V FJLO&/0A YEARS IN PERSON|


j'I EVER BEEN SHOWN IN STARKE FJ.EXIIJ/! WOO0EM Mule "Shirley Temple" of Hollywood and
SOLE SHOE fh the Screen's Outstanding Personalities
w PZ NSA COJ.A F"'A David Holt Will Make Three Personal Appearances Dally
'n r "* on the Stage In Conjunction With His Latest
WONDERFUL l[ .. W '-::" Paramount Picture.
DRESS VALUES "Straight From The Shoulder"On
A hundred years ago a small bandof but Christmas goes on forever in Flor the Same Program

F A FINE LOT United States soldiers and settlers Ida -,-----.-....- '. I Ross Russell's Vaudeville Revu

1 GOING AT E'ERY80UVING AT came down to what is now Orange In a national frog jumping contest YOU CAN'T"

$1 an d $1.95 JACOBS'Seeing County to fight the Seminoles. With held in Wauchula on July 4th, 1934, a SEEING AFFORD TO MISS
t la. BrllP\lng. the trunks of cabbage palmettos they Florida croaker from Bowling' Green I STAR MOVIE
yell PoMofflce
Door to PERSON
l built: a small)) fort and occupied it on known as \Voco-Pep" carried off first Matinee 35c
Christmas day, 1835. They called it honors in the novel event, bringing its Children-Night 40c

"- Fort Christmas and to this day the settlement owner, Jack Cliett, a prize of $50. Frogs 25c
is known as Christmas, Florida. from all]) parts of the country partici-:

The Christmas postoffice is a picturesque pated. The frog contest: was the high-

ARE YOU FULLY PROTECTED? old frame house surrounded by a grove i jgkt.of the Independance Day celebra
of trees, some from the main tion. -- _-'

.. highway. It is obscure and seldom seen David Holt, seven-year-old Floridian
------ yet people from all over the country: literally captured the heart of the worldin

:. send mail there, for remailingr, to ob- the Paramount picture "You Belongto
If not we will be pleased to serve your Insurance tain the Christmas post office cancellation. : : Me." His latest triumph is in "Kidson \

needs. We write Fire,' Life, Accident, The Christmas !business [Is always the Cuff" with Max Baer. He was

Bonds and all other forms of insurance and represent rushing at Chr': tmas time. Years ago, born in Jacksonville and has been in .
the origin fort *! ft. 'WI'V..t< by fir* Hollywood]) a little over a year. i
reliable stock Companies only. .. _... ; '
We specialize on AUTOMOBILE..ACCIDENT Engagement Of Miss Durden To Mr. Houston AnnouncedAt "

POLICIES that give liberal 'protection; at low I TOBACCO: Lovely Party Given By Mr s. Kincaid Monday Afternoon -

cost. ASK US, about this accident' .policy und) The- outstanding social event or Mrs. Kincaid served her guests ,;*ve got for you' the
FARMS the week waa the bunco party given a delicious salad course, with dainty
"yt we will be glad to explain it. ," :J"- by :Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid at her sandwiches mints and punch.An .

]1. home Monday afternoon when the hors d' oeuvre tray passed to
: \\e Have Several\ Improved
... engagement of Miss Hilda Durdento each guest, on which were. placed
We will appreciate a share of your ,insurance Farm with soil well suited to
Tobacco Growing. Priced to Harry H. Houston, of Garland, tiny wedding certificates tied with
business. '... SeU and on Term You Can Afford Ala., waa announced, the weddingto pink ribbon and bearing the names NOd PUBLIC
II to Pay. take place October 6. "Hilda Louise Durden-Harry Hil-

I---: COME: INLET t'S; TELL YOU. Aprofualon of early autumncut ton Houston October 6." carriedthe
't ABOUT THEM. flowers, roses, and zinnias announcement of Miss Bur
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT WILSON REALTY formed the effective decorative den's engagement to Mr. Houston.

motif for the pretty affair. A pink, Invited to be with Miss Durdenat
Oppoftlto Court House Telephone., J3' STARKE green' and yellow color note waa the lovely affair were: Misses
carried out in detail. Hazel Adkina, Lois Adkins Mary

-- Miss Durden chose,fpr the occa- Canova, Kitty Hogsed Hope fAVORITEALL.VilUTGffi
sion a smart one piece fall frock Haynes, Rosalind Jacobs, Mina
of rust crepe with which she wore Manassa, Clara Louise Peek, LouIs -
PHILIPPINE A REAL GOOD black. accessories. Snyder, Mrs. H. C, Brown, Mrs.

GREEN'SSTORE At the conclusion of'the progressions H. A. Durden, Mrs Maurice Edwards

LARD lb. lOc Miss Rosalind Jacobs holder Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs.E. .
FLOUR24Lbs. of high score, received a lovely L. Matthews, Mrs George Ma- -
lace handkerchief in shades of
mesa, Mrs. H. M. Richard.
BE WHITE blue. The honoree was presenteda The literary Digest's
I beautiful piece of lingerie, a gift Mra. A. A. Durden mother of F -
I f
72cI from the hostess. the honoree, was a tea guest. PRESIDENTIALPOLL
,. : lb. 17c CASH & CARRY 24 Lbs. : .

Mrs. Brownlee acreage here this season. Early
Gives LuncheonMrs. fall beans are beginning to appear U kroidcett by Goodyear w
I Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- FREE and prices are very satlsfacory. every Monday Wednesday,
FREE J. M. Brownlee enteratlned Friday evening. 4
It Costs You Nothing-Save Your I at a one o'clock luncheon last 9j0

Friday in honor of her sister, Mrs.S. Improvement TUNE IN p
HOME: GROUND T. Dell, Mrs Lee Graham and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore are NBC Blue Network
FILLERS 3 for lOc Mrs. Pat Graham, who were leaving having their residence on Lake
MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c for their homes in Gaines- Avenue repainted by G. W. Durham il.
I ville after spending the summer at local contractor and have

n' ONIONS 3 Lbs lOc NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. -- 25cRIB Kingsley Lake. recently Installed a complete electric LARSTiSatING
The table, from which a delicious service in their home.
four course luncheon Avas served, -
NO. 2 CANS-STAMKD PACK I' was covered with a handsome lace W. M. U. EIwt OfficersThe .
; TOMATOES 7c BEEF STEW Lb. lOc :I I cloth and the centerpiece was a W. M. U. of the First Bap-
can !I bowl of choice autumn flowers tist Church recently held their an- TJES!
Besides the three honor guests nual election of officers and elect-
PIG 122c
lOc I ed the following to serve for the
PRINCE ALBERT, can from Gainesville there were present CMEAHTH
Mrs J. E. Wilson. Mrs. L. A. ,next year: President Mrs. T. J.
WHOLE GK\1N Davis Mrs. W. L. Wall and Mrs Terry; vice president, Mrs. Jessie
4 4I Edward Burns. Reddish; secretary, Mrs. H. B. Ar.

I RICE 5 Lbs. 25c CHICK ROAST or --LAWTEY-. dish.wood; treasurer, Mrs. V. R. Red-

I HARMER STEAK, Lb. 122c O. J. Palttloa. c.n........ To Observe Homecoming Day

COFFEE, Can __ -- -- .- 12'/2c OIL Believe It Or Not The Lawtey Baptist Church will
hold their annual homecoming dayon
SAUSAGE Lb. 20c I II Believe it or not Lawtey has a Oct. 3 and 4 and all are most SPECIAL! It's NEW!
I full fledged traffic light which was
invited to
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c I 1 Installed Tuesday" by the Florida cordially --attend. Forcarsno For snow e
!Power & Light Co., at the corner
APPLE. MI'LE. SPARK PLUG Personals longer new mud, muck
lib BOX of State Street and Lake Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards
TOBACCO 2 Plugs .. 25c were
3c Since the opening of the new sec I
ASPIRIN Each u _.' shopping in Jacksonville Satur SUREGRIP
I tion of Road Thirteen here there
GRot':SJ) DAILY have been many complaints about day.Mr.. and Mrs. E. E. Burney spent
PIG FEET Each 5c traffic conditions and speeders the week-end with friends at I
, t through the city and the city Klngsley Lake. a weekup
council got busy and ordered this and Mrs. R. !
Mrs. J. L. Harrell F. buy Goodyear Speedway Tire
BREAD 3 Loaves 25c signal to try and improve condi- A Co Anywhere
Jar lOc -- Carradine returned from Tampaand 111. > r rwe.k 81ft Ptr'Wt.t
r MUSTARD Qt. __ tions for tbe public and at the ,.lOW
south tb
other Florida 4J'ip.
points 30z3a 46c 4.75-19 59C I bas :;
BOILING same time passed strict ordinanceslo where they have been spending gripdeveloped yet
2a-07. pest a
4.'-n Sic I soak 63c70e
see that it Is obeyed and the several COY"

I APPLE BUTTER 12>/c RACON, Lb. 121Jc 4 4I mayor has promised that violatorswill if Bryant days Reddish of Jacksonville, 4.50-21 56C 5.25.11 let us show :it"
be severely dealt with they :was visiting relatives here this to week
TALL PINKSALMON violate acme week. proportion you.

fifl I'Kfi. Can lOc Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton of
: SALT Pkg. 3cRPLANE Rains. Help Branford. were visiting relatives
: I CORN Growers are busily engaged In here Sunday.

4 I 2 Cans 15c FLAKES 2 Pkis. 15c th41 week plants. setting and since with tbe out favorable showers. of strawberry early weather this Women tend Those the at who Florida Tallahassee left State recently College include to the for at. L Register Motor Co. J

11:")" - - -...-. ---... conditions there will be a larger following young ladles: Miss Gull
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::: I I Mrs David. G. Kelley. of Plan! !I Mr. and Mrs. Drayion CoUey and 1 I! Miss Marjorie Stump and Miss The glow-worms seen flashing I The T030 census showed that

'City visit, is enjoying a three week' family of Winter Haven, spent i;I Marie Thede left Monday for F. ,their lights in night are all male. hertwere 11,891,143 negroes in
here I
I mill her daughter, Mrs several days recently here with binparents. ,
!t I S. c W in Tallahassee hiss/ the females I _
F. H. Box. : cannot fly. he United State
Bits of I I Mr. and Mrv. A. Col. Stump will\ begin her junior year i

I ley. and Miss! Thede In entering as a -- ,

Miss Esther Simpson went t<; i freshman. They were accompanied -

St. Augustine Monday where she, Mr. and Mrs C, H. Nasworthy, there by Mrs. R. R. Thede and 1

I IDeal NeWs will continue her 'studies in 1 i ; Mrs. Elizabeth Meadle. and A. W. Richard :

I school there. ,,| Anderson Jr., spent Sunday In I II I _Thede .______ __ PIERCE'S LINE OF

'i Gainesville as the guests of Mr. Among the out-of-town relativesand
CONCERNING]; : PEOPLE :i Mr. and Mrs. L A, Davis went'I and Mrs. Harold Ortner. 1 I friends attending funeral services

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN i to Atlanta, Ga., last Sunday and ":' for J. M. Mitchell here Wedi PERFECT HOUSE PAINT
j spent the week there eel ,I .
I Merrill Fetch left Monday for I nendny were: Dr. and Mrs. W. H.

I ativea. I the University of Florida in I'' Mitchell and sons, Sam, Frank and

'I Gainesville where he is doing postgraduate Joe Mitchell, of Lakeland Mrs. (
-- --- The Woman's Christian
Temperance Llbble of Lake hire
.. Stephens City
:.. I work in order to attain a i
ru aDd Mrs. A. H HaU were Bishop Sam ft. Hay, of Houston, Union will meet this week i degree In Education. I W. H. Williams, Miss Frances
!It *Jack onvn e Tue!d T. Texas,was a guest Thursday of the at the usual hour Friday, with I i Masters Williams, and Walter Williams, allot TURERS OF HIGH GRADE

JII M Rev. and Mrs, B. 14. Montgomery Mrs. W. P. Smith Valdosta, Mrs. Addle LaMar.
Mrs. J. W.: AusUn, of Benson
1flJo"c Iogg of Graham wa I Springs, spent several days this Quincy, Frank Pomeroy Dr. and COLORS IN THE UNITED
) Monday. > Mr. and Mrt. L. A. Canova and Mrs. Josephine' Edwards of Sarasota I ,Mrs. B, S. Car roll'and Mrs LeRoy
/bare week with her son-in-law 'and
son are enjoying a week's vacation Is the guest of her son am! Joyner, all of Jacksonville. STATES
I j daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. B, M.
swanbom, ot Slater spentwyend at Kingsley wit Us: mother Mrs.. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. r--
It,J. here with biB family.Yr .' E. E. Canova I W. Edwards, this week. Montgomery.Miss I The army Air Service parachuteIs
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twenty-four feet in diameter! and
Mrs. W B. Alexander, Miss Wilma Dorothy White who has!
wd Mrs freeman Register Mrs. J. E, futch, of DeLand is will\\ land a man weighing 250
>>, Alexander and Mills HUda Dur- spent several weeks In West Palm ,
. Freeman, spent Sunday spe'Ddhlgth1s -week' here with her pounds.
toB Beach her uncle and aunt
den were in Jacksonville visiting ,5t '
reativeagenie y' 1
.. visiting: _. .
G* brother-in-law I t
sister, Mr and ---
VaJdota. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs.! G. C. Bates is expect I
Mrs. H. L. BrawoJee. to return home today. Anticipating the day when transport ,
the -- -
>>III coleman Miss Eleanor Mrs. Emma Canova and Mrs I planes will fly In the sub-

l' .end u Jacksonville I i11 Beach. Miss Mary Erownlee has returned R. G. Kldd and small son Richard Mrs. George p. Livingston and stratosphere the aviation indusi .'
Jtt, at home after a visit in DeLand 'i try Is experimenting with oxygen
;: Jr., went to Clermont Mon daughter Mra, Frank Carter, of
J. M. Brownlee'ri.itlng with her uncle and aunt Cal\ and day and are upending a week with Tampa were Wednesday to attend I equipment necessary for this mode j

W and Mrs.In Jacksonville ilon- Mrs J.]1. Flitch. Mrs. George B. Flynn. funeral) services for J. M. | of travel. ltt,.nook t "J'

-<' Mitchell.Mr. .
bt Mr. stud .Mrs. B. Jacobs and The annual meeting, now In session I

of Jacksonville, spent family moVed Into town this week of the National Association and Mrs,+Hector Valesquvz Beautiful Colors Enduring Quality
ypTison here with his parents after spending the summer at of Supervisors of State' Banks is I and song, Robert and Hector, Jr., C. A. CARVER

t/Dtsday/ Theo Tison.I their Kingsley Lake home being attended by George C. White,I and: Eustaqulo Olea, all of New
IJd) Mra. II Easy To Apply
I of Tallahassee.Mr. York City were week-end guests of JEWELERWATCh.

I Johns and N. D. Waln- Mr. and Mrs Carl Johns and I Mr. and Mrs. Theo Tiaon. i

1-rtit It Jr were visitors in Jack- family moved Tuesday Into their and Mrs E. J. Dowling and --. --.- -- CIACKSI) SEEQUIGLEY
daughters, Misses Marian and
IgnlleMonday.. recently completed bungalow on Mrs. W. E. Bui lard and children. GENERAL REPAIRING
South Water Street. Helen Dowling, were the guests Bill and Ann, of Thomasvllle Ga.,

I HIM Lois Long of ..Jackllonvllle.It Sunday of Mrs. Dave Dossey, in returned to their home after a two All Work GuaranteedIN & DAVIS

,: the week-end here with her Mies Lois Galley, of St. Louis, Ocala. week's visit here with Mr. and Mrs.C. i _

sr.ilrs F H. Long. Mo., arrived here Saturday for a F. UnitES BUILDING STAICKK FIXJKIDA 1'IIONE 8
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent Ward ;;
two week's visit with her parents, ------ STARKE FLORIDA
Wednesday and Thursday of this
Jj\! 8 F Hamrick returned to I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. week in Jacksonville, where they M.r and Mr9."John! Uglow, Mr "i I
to be with
K-Bor''lle) Tuesday f .EV Ward with their
| and Sire .J
attended the celebration of the '- __
daughter Mrs. W F. Swinger. Misses Hope .Haynes I guests:-M;: W. E.: Billiard; and :.-. : a. ,
Haynes, Hilda Durden and Georgia Sam Jewish New Year's holiday. children Bill and Ann, spent '.: .ELI;: : ,- v. _'41.. .. ." '."_:.. ";', ;.:.:--..: : .. ,.I

lades Lennon he left has Thursday secured Alvarez were visiting in Lake City W. P. Smith and son, W. P. Jr. Thursday of last week at Jackson "

Tampa, where Sunday afternoon. spent the week-end in Tallahasseeand ville Beach. \KLnOKO
..eIttoati AIC lot'n8 "
Perry where they visited the
Ivan Hazen and Paul McLendon Mr. an<1.'lUr8. R. L. McDowell, of rOTTKIIMEAT ,:
formers brother and sister-in-law, PEANUT
!/ 8. S. Dowling Mrs. W. .S. of the State Farm were the guestsof Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith. Jacksonville, were the guests of I P T OGROCERY:
and Net-
|.man, H. H. Stroman Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney, -------"- her parents Mi1 and Mm. John I
L Dowling spent Saturday after- ; Wednesday evening. Patsy Ruth Wainwright returned Uglow Wednesday They attended BUTTER I'
Iji! at White ,Springs visiting the funeral of J. M. Mitchell 1
to her home !In Jacksonville
11.Cowling's dieter, Mrs. James Miss Lois-AdKlns left for while here. a CANS
: Tuesday Sunday after a visit here with her 1 Lll JAR
who Is there for a short I
Jbold ------ j FOODS
Florida State College for WomenIn grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. FINE \
Tallahassee where she Is beginning -1 Wainwright Sr. Mr. and Mrs J. P. Warren and lOc
; her junioryear.Mrs. son have moved to the L. iL Gray 15c LOW PRICES
i I .Mrs.' Margaret Williamson returned place on Kingsley Lake for several .. .. ,'
WANTEDCAREFUL I' :jl ,t>. .Hazen .and 'little to her home in New York months. This week Mr. Warren, Is. ---. -' ..-- ..: : ,
daughter Minnie Lou of Brooker City Monday after a visit herewith enjoying a vacation with his family

DRIVERSTo were the guests of Mr. and Mrs:A. her mother-in-law Mrs. there. F\NCY-\'EI.IAW I'

Save 20% On :Their E. McKinney last week. Esther Williamson. -------- --- ", r LL t h j K EXTRA v
and jvj *v "
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Merry
Automobile Insurance ONIONS 31bs. lOc
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Granger, of I
Convenient Premium Miss Lillian Steraberg returned Mlsnes! Helen Prather and Eliza COFFEE
to.New 'York City Sunday after.a beth Williams left Tuesday for St Pass-a-Grille returned to their: FANCY KAMKO: GREEN., COOKING

Payments Too. visit here "wltti her parents Mr. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville,, home the first of the week after a 2 Lbs. 25c Lb. 25c
OLD RELIABLE STOCK vlstt with Mr. and Mrs Harold C. APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c
and Mrs..N.
COMPANY.iutemoblleFireLife; I Sternberg.! where they will enter as student Wall. {
"-- -- nurses ".
Mrs and Mr.. C. A. Futch and FANCY FIKM TKNDKItCABBAGE '
'REALTYSTARKE : ha'Ve Mrs. Robert F. Tanner has returned Miss Carolyn Hutto,of Live Oak
..WILSON famIy| returned to.tbelr.home -week-end here with her FLA. n? %LT 'u L Lb. 5c
after spending the summer at to her home In Baldwin spent the
after visit here with her mother parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
: Mrs. Laura I. Powell and sister Sunday afternoon her parents Mrs.A. .

-SEZ Mrs.J..H...Fleldll.Nt.TIII. H. Hall and daughter Sharon ,
NAT: : and Miss Edna Hutto accompanied 17 c 2 Cans 25c TURNIPS Lb. 5c I

..: .OF '31sl5Tlln'a"' '' aCLF1"'
Notice in hereby given ttmtiundeand .
In accordance with that certain -
It.. human nature for most of Clnal dec...... of foreclimura And Dr. Ralph Volloton has returnedto GRAPES Lb. lOcNWKKT'
xnle rendered by Hon. leo. Wm -
us to worry and fret over the least' Jackson H. Judge duly designated the State Farm from a two ,
and .ttHMlsned In that certain eauit 10 months tour in Europe. While .tritE KKKMH 'D.COFFEE. 1
little things that; happen during : pending In Circuit Court of Bradford "
f our short sojourn:'In life. :lam'no'' County Florida In Chancery away Dr. VoJloton spent part of LARD POTATOES Lb. 4c
wherein :M A. .Smith a. Liquidate his time extending his study of
exception, and.as a matter of fact; I for Hnadford County Hank, a. cor.
.poratlon, in plaintiff! and Lovenx medicine. NTRINGIFMR
there:are ,very few exception If : l;reen IM defendant, the undereltf 2 Lbs. 25c 2

we'could. only atop Jong,enough: to Special pulntttd will heater.ell by to the nald hlftheHt decree, bid AP- Friends her o/'W,, EL Alexander BEANS Lb. lOc j

think,' that we are; here today and d>*r for,(-....h. during the l legal hours will be pleased to learn that he :
of Male on .Monday October 6th lags, returned home Wednesday from
tomorrow, we'd get a whole nt the Hmith front door of the conn
ty courrhou In Starke, Bradford St. Vincent's Hospital, In Jacksonville -
lot mure pleasure out of life. County Florida the following: chut where he has been seriously POTATOES.OLbS,27c!
I t ala (or no many. thereof aH can be I ]
found) to-'Wtt: 111 and that he Is convalescing.Mr. ,
I The entire herd of dairy' rattlelard --- ----
by Ixirenxo' Ilr..n In bin dairy;
I bu..ln..MM near Htarke.. Bradford and Mrs. C. G. McGrlff, of
r y DRCIDLL County Florid'o".IMllnll' of, tJt Jacksonville, were the guests Sunday SUNLIGHT FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER, Pound 40c
i milk! ro-wM and At helfera and calveHloifflhcr J
i / with any and all Increase of Mrs. McGrlffs brother-in- DAISY MAID CREAMERY BUTTER, Pound
thereof from and since F..ru.u.yUnd law and slater, Congressman and 3ge.1

SHEETING lafl.: A. n. ANDHEU.Si Mrs. R. A. Green. They were accompanied '
;L 4y ....11.1 Mifr..terKNJHT home by Mrs. Green

I) / 38 inches \Wide ltttrnrysar-18-at.lIh2 4 K.N10HT; 1'lnlnllff who is.-visiting--- there- --this---week.- SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25ciCATaiP 14-oz. Bot. lOc I

\ 10 YARDS FOR98c I Mrs. Lois Johns has returned
II oriK' (IP tPP.l'l1'1NF'Oll HAPPY VALE Sl'OAK'
I TKKKIl: : home after a three week's visit in stbr IF Is

sOG I NOTI'I.(senate Irt Hill HEHBHV\. ... KI.'O': OIVEN. Senath, Mo., with relatives. She CORN 2 Cans 25c I

SCUOI thAI W I'. Smith' holder of Tax Oerliricate was accompanied home by her two OIL SAUSAGE Lb. 25c
II !, No. HJ. Iwiuvd. the 5th dayf nieces. Misses\ Marguerite and: '
I > Hrpternber. A l> 19S3 has tiledamp mmsS( \ M.OKIIIA
and hart made Gllden. who will spend the
"" In rny offlrv! apDlliatlon Frances

IpEC1Alpti I \ LARGE ASiSOIirMENTOP : for Said H tax i-rllflcate. deed to enil be lexunilthereon >ra<',-" winter here with her.GENT ACHNo.2can lOc Lb. 17cSUPER I

; I the the followlnir County of d,Bradford., ,'rll.d property State of In fkL:!!!! pAST

V to-wit
Plorhla! :


h-a Township Kant: and containing 7 !South.' Kan*area* II SUDS Pkgs. BACON Lb. 32c

more or lea,. COLUMN FLORIDA
The MoMifiiment ft the .a Id firtrpirty ..uW.H'\S'V UKIE1I

Size 1-&, to 52: "ued wa under In the the nab said,.. cerilflcnt of, W M. t'ar-(I s- 'MILLIONS Genuine Improved SJRr iiN STEAr( Lb. 29c
Maryland Missionary Strawberry PRUNES 2 Lb. Pkg lOc
VnlfBM hall be reteemed -
iiald certificate Plants, New Ground white NECK BONESLb
I according In l law. the prop. lOc
weather Bird ShoesJrtnctinPatterntl $1.00 erty> described t h"rel.11 be cold! to. roots, all this year's plants, $1.50 NESTLES RICH nuu.\lc.
courttouMe ,
he hluhe.t bidder at the thousand f.o.b. Castleberry' NATI'KAI (

M tenth er Siurdinets t he month door November on the first, 1981 Monday, which In per'hurmond Farm. Castleberry, Ala I MILK 3 Tall cans 21c I CHEESE 12-oz. Can 1PC

..i the 2nd day of November, \tU. 3-28-12tp
NEWEST STYLES IN 'I Dated thin Iflth day of September. ___- I ,
'Grefully fitted! 136. MISSIONARY Strawberry plantsfor 'I
Wilt A J. THOMAS. sale by the bed or thousand.
I Clerk of Circuit Courtof BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANA 4 lbs.KELLOGG'S
See R. E. Homaby Starke2tp I,I
WASHFROCKS flradford County, Florida. ._ __ //1 I1 15el

-H-M-10-16 FOR SALE.200.0OO Missionary I .
1.98 %OTI.'K Of "Pr1.H'/Tint Plants. Priced right (OIN KITCINY

ALL, SIZES < soft.*Tex Bill %ItKF.IIHeiia ...: inaNriTICR ) Come Strawberry and see these. plants. M. Rho- (Ot'NTRY KISTFLAKES
of den Heilbronn Springs 0-114tp { I
That A. J. Orlffl holder of J.a I I
Tax Certificate No. Silo( Untied the SALT P E A S "
51 h day of September A. D. JU2. FOR SALE--Two Jersey Milk 1
$1.98New haw made filed, application name 'n my for office a tax and deed ha to" Cows, one with heifer calf. $75. 2 Pkgs. 15c 3 TaU cans 21c 3 for 10e Can lOc 4 J.

b. Imued thereon Bald certificateembraces for all three. Ray McEwen. Peney
.. the followingdeacrlbed Fla. 9-18-2tp
property In the County of Bradford, Farms SILVER KINO BEST GUARANTEED! y'

L90. FallMILLINERY Etta Went Ie of Half Florida of ,8outh-K' to.wlf Quarter FOR- SALE-One 20 Inch cars\- mill

Section 23 Township S..th.Han.e with frame $80.00. See Geo.

acres more 23: East or '.P.containing. Sf I Futch, Lawtey, Fla. lip
The assessment of the said property -
i A LARGE SELECTION: under, the said certificate liiiiued. ,..OST-2 Bremer Bulls. Large bull

wan In. the said name certificate of. Lyman shall O.b Pet.UnlenH redeemed weighs 800 lt... cream color F LOUR.s

$ c.-or'llng- to law the P"Ptrty mark unknown. banded B; small .
i9S described therein will be sold about 600
$1.49 to the hlghrst bidd.r at the courthouse jull, \light red C
door on the.. firm Monday, ''In Ibs., no mark. Brand B. notify O. I .
the the month 2nd of day No of" "Nw.mbsr. rj1'11In : W. Hazen.

Dated this Uth day of Meplember
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S i't4ObFlelAL FOR SALE or exchange for city

( PEAL) property Our farm home on
Clerk tif Circuit Court Kingsley Lake road at bargain
of Bradford County, Florida. price. L. C. Prepcott. 4tp

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Jill THR CIBrviT COfBT OP NOTICENotloi I hav,' WEST PALM BEACH-Notices ;
FI.OHIII4 fc.lf.HTH JIIMflAI. IN hereby given hat
< 1114'I'IT IAMI* FOR au.".- filed my Final Report and will on were sent from Works Progress 6 66Mat S

Foal <'Ol %1I'. IV ('MAKRV: Oct :.Ird 192C. apply to the Honorable Book ReviewAN administration headquarters hereto
WINSTON E AKNOW. ..f sis' E K I'prryman "oimty Judgenf
Plaintiff ti.EL.IZAIJETH Bradford County Florida for my drop 130 project employes from COLDLiQt'lD
v Final Discharge an Administratorif FARMERS SECTION Beach St. .
rolls In Palm PARlEYS
M TOOK, et ale. Estate of A. E Mom. 5ALWE rust
Defendants. ; W A. M01TTIN Lucie, Okeechobee Glades and NOSE if"adaehBIlOPS ,,,

OHItP.lt OF HLir.TIOM' 9-II-U.l0-2 Hendry Counties. CR.b.M.Ti..,, ..A.isutwTry
A"'II" %0'IHH '''0 APPEAR. Candncted Demonstration. Atrenla MODERNSA
To Elisabeth M. Cook Henry Clay I COI'MT1. FLOHIDAl IN American Cbumlo
Cook nil/or Henry C Conk, and 1"1'' ('J. ,,,('ERY I : IDs! ADVERTISING FREE

H. C. (Cook Elisabeth Mary Cook F. C. Holllngsworth and I This book is at once an adventure 1
Emma Pier. Cook, Catherine Ureaf Annie II. Holllng.worth, I _._ IIII.-. .. It is a FT. MTKHS-Advertising; In the
l.Cook; Robert Lawrenre Cook; hi. wife -- and a companion. News-Press cost merchants nothIng
George Hippie Cook; Hattie (liverCook. Plaintiff. book to live with and will becomea
W. Hippie, K. K. v*. CASE NO 629 : one day last week when a quarter -
Payne, OJ"V"h: W. Cochran and J.: Mary C A. John.*, ...t. al) Hints To Housewives RURAL treasure to all who love literature of an inch of rain fell In mid-
h trading under the DefendantsOIIIIKH and the strangeness -
firm.r"na';::* of Payne.! Cochran and : OF prm.M-vnoN' nature beauty, afternoon. The newspaper had insured _

Company! George W. Hippie; E. K. ASO >OTICH TO APPEAR COMMON SENSE that Is truth.It advertisers in a 26-page bargain
Joseph w Cochran; J. Henry THE HTATE OF FLORIDA Deweostrsx revelation
Payne; Weekly from Home Is the day by day _
C/Hold, Individually A. C. special edition against
Cochran Vincent TO i Mary C. A. John.*, Mary day
and a* Trustee for Kroner. Johns, Isaac. Clark. Margaret. Clark tlon Speclaltate, TaUahaaa. By SPUDS JOHNSON of a sensitive and incorruptiblemind. more than two-tenths of an inch I aCoIddYouAsk
I). Oltt. George' Kruc, David w. M. C. Brown, Dawson, Huldnh in 365 ,
/I raSP An on biology
Forrey and Andrew Hudlslll; Oeore Prevatt, t Valentine essay of rain between 8 a. m. and 8 p. m.

I) .Oltt, George Krur.IIIDvbd W. Tl Prevatt, Jacob C. Brown WAVS TO SAVE PEARSBaked STATE HAS CHANCE TO I parts. From the first frog thrill Rains which spoiled the annual Ft. ,
Andrew f ; Frederick H. Dawson Margaret
pie Forrey; Samuel; A. Bwann; Oeorice' Lee; Dawson, Mary C. John, Ida John HELP ERASE NATION'SFOOPFEED I the spring's primal spawning, the Myers Day for the past two years

(Charle Roberts; Wiley K. Bennett Brown Ida John, Mlllard I Brown, Peara-Canned SHORTAGE I reader is guided through the year Induced the newspaper to give rain I
Jr.; Dovey Evelyn Qooseby and Edward Millard F Brown Alice John, I..- comment. Nature I
J. Gooseby. her. husband; nora Alice John, Alice 1... John J.. Select medium sized pears, remove with illuminating protection. The insurance premIum -

Iiovey Evelyn (loolsby and EdwardJ. cob Clifford : Mary Caroline blossom end and stem only. Again Florida farmers have the opens out aa under a lens. We was one-third the total priceof
Qoolsby, her husband; and FranciS Dlckerson, W James. T. the 30,000 Mile. on rue.I .
scrutinize the bee in the orchid
to supply .
Wacfcerman:Jft llvlnaand I If all, Jones, Crlssl Jones, aiary C. A.Brown Place In baking pan with a small opportunity of helping advertising.
either or any above named Sebron T. H. Blenu. of water. Cook covered badly needed food and feed supplies migrating bird the underworld of '
on'r.:: amount -
person are dead then to all persons T. H. pelenenus, 2.: Townsend, the fungi the stars in Orlon'tbelt I 41ittProven.Rugge3..R111
the rest of the country.For ,
claiming: Interest under the Annie Leighton Townsend, MWy-O. until somewhat tender. Remove to brary this week are:

said. partle or any of them deceased Richard John C. Richard W.: cover: brown lightly with or with- the second time In three yearsextkemely both as the flashing gemi A White Bird Flying,, ,by Bess
and to the land. Townsend
hereinafter. or otherwise.. described; H Tumblln* Attorney Richard/ fact Arthur for Annie Leighton !. out sugar pack in Jars and process dry weather over a good they appear and aa the plunging Streeter Aldrich. As The Earth

To the several and respective hui. Townsend. L. A. Pratt. Luther A. I 20 to SO minutes. Serve with portion of the United States has hells they are, protoplasm in action -

band or wives of all the natiiripersons Pratt Abraham Alberger WilliamH. caramel sauce.P :drastically reduced the amount of the struggle of machinist vs Turns by Gladys Hasty Carroll.WEBUY .
.. Mary or without a
,, named above and the n.ma. Davis Charlotte Albelger
of whom severally and respective. E. Winters, Joseph Cone If alive ar Honey farm products to be harvested. At vitallst. evolutionary theories anc

are unknown to Plaintiff and If any of them be married, then the same time Florida has been their orginiators and all the great
wife of food
husband or Run through chopper.
any and all unknown person the respective pears have 1 naturalists in the brilliant biographical -
named and Ita farmers
wroo; claim any estate, right, tltli each married person above using coarse blade. To each cup of fortunate C
Interest In and to the land. hereinaftor and If dead, the heirs, legal representatives Cook one more reason to appreciate the appraisals falling upon
allow 1 sugar.
there. devisees, legatees I grantee pears cup
described or any part. .. *, and other claimants under each If desired beneflclence of its climate. their respective birth dates.
legateegranted but not
heirs, devisees until clear pink.
tit either as Coupes Sedan
above named.Jamsi Trgck4
or other claimant of the .ahoy ol such deceased T Snuter person and John McHae as add 1 no. 2 1-2 can of grated pine- College of Agriculture official To live this year through with HOGS-CATTLE AND

named through defendants or under any or either o trustee under Trust Deed recordedIn apple to three quarts of pears. offer the pertinent reminder that Mr. Peattle is to gain at least a COW HIDES FOR SALE BY

them. ; thereof.Deed of Book the 0 current on page public 1(4 record et. eq. Bring to boll. Pack In sterilized every bit of available feed be sal- grasp upon life that satisfies the
To any and all corporation hay of Bradford County Florida and the Jars and process 20 minutes in boilIng vaged. Mature crops should be modern mind. Organized no more Henry A.

/.. whose terminated corporate and the existence unknown may offlcere of successor them and In all trust the of claimants them and, beneficiaries each water. well cared for and harvested before strictly than a poem yet the book Ask For Our Smoked Sausage DEALER

directors, agents, or trustee. oroth..r and other person claiming. I Spiced Pears they begin to deteriorate. Corn follows a definite plan whereby thescientist's At The Market and Grocer 901 Main StreetJACKSONVILLE
unknown person of residence I
or corporations who< under said trust: the place the foregoing : should be fumigated for weevils as view of life is easily You Will Be Pleased With It
of each any every bard
have In any capacity or manner *uoceeded .. person being. unknown; 7 pounds pears soon as it is stored. No grasses and fascinatingly revealed to the FLA. i

tie. or Inhered to or acquired of any kind any right or character tl. Florida, of.Land Florida and Florida Immigration Land Commny and- 1 pint vinegar rind which can be used for bay or other layman in a style as lucid. sunlight ODOM&LAWSONOpposite 234 Peaehtre..tl GaJ

In and to the land herelnaftedeecrlbed Immigration Company, First Bond 1-2 lemon products suitable for feed should as lovely as the sunlight's S. A. ... Ry. Depot. Or Write

; and Mortgsg Company of Falnvllle **- 1-4 ounce whole allspice be allowed to go to waste. They prismatic colors. Southern Willys Distributor!
.; To the officer Agents and Trim The Florida Land and Immigradon 3 1-2 pounds sugar
tee and all unknown persons, firm Company Florida Railroad even suggest the use of sugarcane With drawings by Lynd Ward.
or corporation claiming an Interes and the successor, grantees 1 ounce ginger root for cattle.
as forage
: tops "Not I. it the best kind
under the Florida Land and linmlration .P':assign. and other claimant 1 1-2 ounce whole cloves merely
In and to the of them and of the feed read in It is FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Company under them and each ; stick cinnamon This conservation that I have years; one '

land hereinafter described'To I : all parties claiming Interest under 2 ounces supply will help to a certain extentIn of the best books I ever read!"- I

a corporation Mutual Naval under.Htnres the laws Company of tin. the above*, or named any of person them, or or corporation otherwise Pare and cut pears in halves or meeting the shortage which now Mark Van Doren in the N. T. My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rendrj

ft ate of Florida If .1111 In existenceand In the following descrlued quarters, removing seed. Make a exists and which Is forcing farmers Herald Tribune. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE:
If not In existence a* a corpor property situate In Bradford County. of vinegar and sugar, put [
atlon to the officers, agent amtrustee Florida, to-wlti, syrup in the drouth areas to dispose "If you read no other book this MODERATE PRICES
.. of cheeseclothand
and all unknown p r.onifirms and 8* ofWli spices in small piece At the
E'( of Wii of 8Wt/ of their farm animals. same avail yourself of this one.- DeWITT C. JONES
claiming ai
corporation this mix- year
or When
of NEU of BWTi. and. cornmencing add to syrup.
; Interest. under Mutual Naval Htorei a- chain ,,<,"th of add time It will be profitable for FlorIda Sterling North in the Chicago Starke, Florida
Company, a .corporation In and to Northwest corner tit NE4 of ture begins simmer, pears farmers enabling them to reduce News. .
the land hereinafter described; HWVi and run South chains and lemon rind and bring to boiling Dally
To The First National Bank ot East chains. North 8 chains. Cool quickly and allow to their purchases high priced Other books added to the LI-
lit point.
Hanover, Pennsylvania a corporaIon West < chain* Teedstuffs or to sell their surpluses -
( under: the law of the L'nltecKtates nil In Section 4 X, t'To "n""II'.ln.inJV :: ; stand overnight. Next morning,
with It. office and place" 0lbusiness 22 East also: all at good prices. Dlsulphlde Into It, the dosage depending -
South, drain off the syrup into a porce-
In Hanover W PennsylvaniaTo and Com of N4 : of.NW'i' West and allow to With the growing season foi on the size of the nest.
,t George ; Hippie Seaboard Air Line Railroad lain or enamel vessel,
.)' puny, If a corporation and If In *xIHtence In Section stand overnight. Next day, drain winter vegetables just ahead Flor Carbon bisulphide fumes are heaver -
at this time, and It a corporation :: .oipwal. eIl
South, and
then before. Re. ida's farms soon can be supplying than air have a tendencyto
In existence,
and not
ii and 1* of Davistirothera and beat the syrup as
18, 15,
to the officer. agent and trustees,,. I East Iota and Truby's Subdivision peat this 4 or 5 days then boil the the nation's tables with wholesome,, penetrate galleries of the nest.
and all unknown persons claimingany i thereof recordedIn counterbalance The hole for in the chemIcal
to -
Interest under George W. Hippie a* per plat thereof syrup down until It Is Just enough fresh food products
Book E. 680
and Company In and to the landiherelnefter Deed page shortage In canned fooda compound should be six Inches -
: I of the current public record to cover fruit. Add fruit to hot any
described. If not a corporation
of Bradford County, Florida, also Ir from the drouth areas. deep in a small nest and a foot
then te all unknown persons. E'of SW14 of NEVi of Section syrup and boil 30 minutes pack

successor, legal representa 8, Township T South, Rang Jars, and process 30 minutes at< From present Indications there deep In a large one.

"""ugJ'l: :: claiming W. I Hippie an Interest and 22 Eaat. simmering.Note will be greater demand for some As all the ants probably will not

Company and tt. Individual. comprising TAKE) NOTICR that a suit hall beer than others but over a period be killed In the first treatment
suvh firm In and to the landihereinafter Instituted. In the above named Court : The pears may be finishedin crops another treatment should be given ITKA.L11
described; and cause by the filing I of a sworn one day by boiling them in the of years the farmer who comes
each are hereby bill. of complaint by the above named out ahead is the one who grows a to the smaller nests that are made
...::r'.lryn"n: ( :'dOft.OtU Winston K. F. C. Holllngaworth and Annie syrup untl the fruit is clear. Remove near the original ones.
Arnow Hal Edward and Highland B. Holllngsworth his wife a. plaintiffs the fruit and boil down, the variety of crops. This is true no

Timberland Company Inc., a corporation I seeking to quiet and confirm reheat and finish less with truck crops than it is Double treatment of the soil ; A POTASH-CALCJU
have filed their sworn Hill I their prior title and that of each syrup. add fruit, : with sodium cyanide and ammonIum _
of Complaint In the Circuit Court of them (which they warranted. tc as above. The fruit Is less with field crops. Enough farmers __ MIXTURE
for liradford County, Florida, their grantees of record) a* an Indefeasible in southern Florida have triedIt sulphate recommended for _.
1, against you and each of you a* defendant ; fee simple title to th rich if done this way. root-knot control will also rid the
', ., seeking the foreclosure of above described lands, (such quieting ..... for It to be a proven fact. There
certain tax: sale certificate covering title to enure to the benefit oftheir is still danger of putting all the seedbed of ants, Entomologist Wat- Your Soil Needs
the land described a* follow, grantee) AGAINST' YOU AND Tides are caused by the attrac- ion says.
to wit! EACH OF YOU AS DEFENDANTS I tion of the sun and moon on the eggs in one basket even though

..., All) of flection Twenty ((20)[ all ofHectlon and also against the following other that basket Is tinted with rosy
earth. Due to the
of Section defendant. to-wlt: Ethel M.Biggs waters of the Nowl!
Twenty-one fIll; hues. This Tonic
of the estate '
Twenty-two (11)1; all of Section a* administratrix fact that the sun Is further distant -
Twenty-three 423), except of E. L. Bigg' deceased Mosell The outlook should be bright for 1 _
of Houtheastuuarter McOruder J. H. McQruder, Mrs. Its pull Is but two fifths that 1 ,
Houth-east Quarter Mr Dea. Florida this season. With

(C (24): North.; all .of.. t Section(NE%)Twenty-four Quarter. of Week Maud M.Wilson Brownie a. administratrices and of of the moon. curtailed products production In other areas 0' co P P 1 It Sw.. .* .a4. condition your soil with KAI'

.North-east NE14) Quarter West- I the estate THEREFORE of W.:: T. We..k..dac..a..d.TO COMMAND and with the Nation's Income at ; CITE* you get roady for faN and w llt.r
W 4 of North-east %
half ) i
Quarter( North-half (NH) of Northwest YOU AND EACH (.F YOU TO-i slightly higher figures even In pUntmej.: For bt ,.*..... apply KAL-CITE
Twenty-five(NWH)(26 Quarter| all of of Section Section,: APPEAR CAUSE IN THE on Monday October ,, Our schedule cnanges sunday. spite of the drouth there is reasonto CITRUS TREES MOW 1.fh.grounJlsb.ngpr.p.r.d."

t Twenty-six all of Section 5TR: A. D. l a otherwise the a Hegatlrma I April 26 and trains will run as follows hope for good demand.
Twenty-seven 11I111'1). except. Southeast ; of aald bill of complaintwill -.- KAL-CITE kardwood autos but h
--- cbnfam.
confessed by you. IlA&.CM.::
Quarter be taken a I :
f aouth-east
Quarter> West-half W Thl order of publication and noticeto g = ::: far and much Us co.tfy than auto :
North-half (N%,). ( appear. I ii* Issued pursuant to Order Southbound WATSON GIVES OLE ......, .. superior

Houth-east of eouth-west SBV ) BW-,4)Quarter of Quarter Southwest -; of Hon. A. Z. Adklne. Judge of No. I-Due Starke 11:31P.K. POINTERS ON CONTROLOF *>..l.Ms.......>.... bc iM. pound for pound KAUCITE htiadfij

,. tSW Jth.Quarter WesthalfWU above named Court rendered here- : No. 15-Due Starke 312PM. ANTS IN SEEDBEDS [ fr**
Nortn-eaat< ) of (NEi...).Quarter
\ (Juarterof Section Twentieight. seal. of said Court at Starke, Northbound GAINESVILLE: AS Florida shire tie rKHproved
Florida this 3rd :.: 13 Md profit. '.cH by using
Bradford County, ldkisd, your proip
121)i all of Section Twenty- I'
nine 129)) ; East-half tEH of Northeast day of September, A. D. 1936. No. 2-Due Starke 4:5 H. truck growers are now planting CHAsLC OMNM_.,..im condrrioner.

(NfcHi) Quarter East-halt (Eta) A. J. THOMAS.As No. 16-Due Starke 10:38 A. M. their seedbeds for fall and winter
Clerk Circuit CourtBradford YOUR ......w..I. ....... ..... .etsSsMee. '"$
of of South-east West-half Quarter of North-east, and all. County Florida.OFFICIAL No. 108-Due Starke 5:13P.M. crops J. R. Watson State Experiment I. MVHW.v*prvM-- ..mm SIBBIIH, 11" Prompt delivery from local stocks. KAL-

SEAL) offers ..e..eel .... .fcU aeeri UcMU/ eW"heed
(NE'4) Quarter lying East of River ( Starke and Wannee Branch Station entomologist, of the famousIDEAL
KNIGHT CITE rs made by the .... .,*
t KNIGHT A l ...._ leJi syHle. Em ash
In Section I Thirty (30); North-east No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. them some timely pointers on pro- raesi
(NE%) Quarter of Section Thirty- Attorneys for Plaintiff I tub .... ise..,, eh astir, ..... s..i,
two (32): North-half (N',> and -4St102OTH'R No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:::50 P.. M. tecting their seed from ants. pale sad. ....... .........*.,. bed. vas swe.

North-east (NE'4> Quarter of Southeast Daily except Sundays. Mr. Watson suggests destroying ....... ails- .... m.vi4..l isedess.. "ilre.. ,
of Section. OK KI.ECTIONTo i
(SE",*) Quarter >
Thirty-three (all)| East-half (ES4)c the Sheriff of Bradford County T. J. GRIFFIN. all ant nests within seventy-five All CONDITIONED

of North-east ( uar'trt"t of the State of Florida: feet of their seedbeds as the Insects COCKTAIL LOUNGE COMII SHOP
Mouth-west. (flWVi Be It Known. That I. R. A. dray
North-esst (NEVi) Quarter South.east secretary. of the State of Florida, do; OTICK OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR BEES. will not often travel farther IR.w.Slsele wIth.. P"' ... B..sI Wilson ft Toomer Fertilizer Company Jacksonville Flori'<

(SK'.4) Quarter of North-west hereby. give notice that a than this to get seed. He points I 7tU( .M 52.00( CReeenMSOI : I II ,
;. NW>. ) West-half I (WH> bfNorthwest i GE"4II1L i F..t CT.ONI fond I 40 aSJ.OO 14 R_ U.50 ]I
ntv .. that ants particularly I
.: %), and South-half Will be held In Bradford County, I 'HI s.- I_ PWs .... ..4.00SIIoM I
'. of Section Thirty-four 84); all ofSection State of Florid, on Tuesday n..xt.ucr..dln. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of lettuce and romaine seed and I .....
Thirty-five (35), except the first Monday In No- That H. B. Arwood holder of Tax that will eat many other CARL JOHNS Selling Agent
West-half of l South-east Quarter; vember. A. D. 1936. the ald l Tuesday (' I 237 I Issued the 3rd they _O i., I 1 .POUND M.I.I. ,
and: North-half (NHi) of NorthwestINWJc being theTklrd day of c1t.t, : A. D. 1831, ha* filed kinds. MOtllrAltIN V. MOIlt OIIO1O
,) Quarter ofMectlon Thirtyl hay of NovemberFor same. In my office and ha* made Protective measures should be c..._.,_ 1.-....GA STARKE. FLORIDA
l* (36), nIl being In Township Four t'nllec mates Senator from the application for a tux deed. to be Issued ... -- ---- -.
4 (4), South Range Twenty-two. (22), Slat of Florida fnr the 2:. yearnnexplred thereon. Halt certificate embraces taken before the bed is planted the
East., term of Duncan IS.Fletcher described Carbon bl.
the following
property entomologist explains.
Also North-emit (NE'4) Quarter. of deceased.. In the County of Bradford
South-west (SWl. Quarter of Section For United !States Senator from the State of FlorIda. to-wit: sulphide, he says Is probably the :
Three (3), Township Five (6), State of Florida. for the 4 year
material for controlling
Mouth, Range Twenty-two (22), unexplred term of Park Tramniell Lot It, Town of Lawtey East of :
East, and to cancel and terminateany deceased.. Hallway. 1pl'lt. 23. 24 55 ti ants. When using this material ti 1 j
Zrt .. South, Kang
Interest. thut you may nave In Fur even. (7) Presidential Electors. which is highly inflammable the :
and to said la nlo., For One Representative of the Second East.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Congressional. District of The assessment of the said property grower should punch a bole in the .
you. and each of you do appear In the !State of Florida, In the Sev' under the amid certificate. Issued middle of the ant nest and pour
sid cause At the Clerk' office In enty-fifth. Congress of the United was In the name. of Mr. E. R.
the Court House In Starke, Bradford State Harmon. one to six tablespoons of carbon :
County, Florida on :Monday For Uovernor of the State! of Flor Unless said .certificate shall be redeemed ATtLIRIIIIIIIIHE5
the 5th day of October. A. I>. U311.: ida. according to law. the property ;
the name being Hule. Day and thereafter For Hacretary of State of the !Stateof described therein. will be cola
file Your answer or other. Florida. to the highest hinder at the courthouse AKMOCKS BIO CROP
pleading a* you may he advised or Fur Attorney General of the Stateof door on the first Monday In FERTILIZERS A FERTILIZERHATERIALS ,aw. nv.eev Yw 9-
decree pro confeano will be entered Florida. the month of October. 18.1t) which 1* : w .1 1
against you. For Comptroller of the State!' of the 6th, day of October 19SS.
IT 13:; FURTHER ORDERED that Florida. Dated this 24th., day of August Big Ciuih. Discount. to
thl* order be published once a week For Treasurer of the State of Flor 1936. Commission.. :Merchants andFrmer J
for four consecutive week In Bradford ida. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) .. '
County Telegraph a neweliaReP For Superintendent of Puhlta Instruction Associations ,
J. !!!
published. In Bradford County, of the State of Florida. Clerk THOMAS.of Circuit Court J. L. HARRELL. ."centLl&wtey
FloridaDONE. For Commissioner of Agriculture of Florida. Fla. Florida Motor Lines' Buses
AND ORDERED at Chamoer the State of Florida. I.U.&t.\rradrOrel: County ,
In Starke! Florida, this 2nd day For Two Justices of the Supreme
of September:; 'A. I). 193B Court. ivoTirn or APPLICATION. i' Take You Direct to Them All
A. Z. ADK1NM For On* Railroad Commissioner Of
t4 '
Judge. the State of Florida. .p.
'-4&t1O1.JOr For State Senator. for Fifteenth Senatorial (! *..<. mil *v.. 1113) t 81*.k, itreemnned base* tale you direct to Florid'' """'

.; C'ltU'T.T flIRT iv Ann. FOR Florida.District of the State of That NOTICE IS 'Ybo OWEN ol, ., .t'i popular beech resort from the very center ol Iowa FreI -
Samuel Bternberg
BHAItFOIIU (OIJNTY.1.' : For On. Member of the House of i4 .....
( KltV.VASCO of the State ol Tax Certificate No. S7K Issued then ./... schedule _It. II posalbU to 90 sod co'
day of July, A. D. 1814, hat .
UND RHILt. 1 Florida. : d same In my office and hat .. ; _, -. you please .tv*. yon nor* hour of plenur* 8tII.\

V. Plaintiff )) DIVORCE For For Countv. Judge.Sheriff. be made Issued application thereon.for Bald a tax certificate: deed tc T.. III...... I i.j tr.o : 40 beach. Make wk-iul visit with. Moda nor* e5)01'"

JOHNIE LOTT UNDERHILL "'or Clerk of the Circuit Court. embrace the following d..rrlb.dprop.rty .....1.. ...... -- '- 'aCern brea.*Bkpyc4coolPensacolh e.zovie aJaa9 pHct bl.,.hwir'.
Defendant.OHMICH. ) Asueaaor of Taxes.Tax t : : -
For County In of IY... ...r ...lIh.h. ,
OF PVBIK'ATIOV For Collector.: State "f Florida the County, tn-wlt: Bradford .... Y". .ea,. :::: ..___._.s.15 buyer springs -.- i.gg

NOTItM TO APPEAR For County Superintendent of Pub- Lot Seven! of Block 11, Living- .- .. ..... Key West ___.__9.55 Hollywood ..__ .
'V Johnl Lott Unaerblll who.. lie Instruction. eton Truby A (' '. Addition to ... o' ........_. IWe. 'N- .- Clearwater __ ___3.21 West Palm Bearh-525
residence Ls unknown: For County Surveyor. ,.. .. ?
Static., SectIon 18 TownshipRouth. 6 Reed B. 3 9
It Is hereby ordered that you. are Fpr Five County Commlsnloner RHP.. it Bast.. .,.... I..r. % ....' St. Petersburg3.25 Daytona BeachJacksonville 8
t required to apnear on October e, For Three Member of the County The assessment. of the said property ..- ; <' :: Tampa ..________2.60 .*
.138 before the above entltlt 'ourt Board of Public Instruction. under the said certificate. I."u.dWAS ..
to the bill of Complaint filedgainst For Justice of the Peace In and for 1 .. ...W Trip*
In the name of Hay** A Sternberg. -: JOX ft** ****
you In the above entitlediause. the following Justice District,. I

and the Bradford County VI.: Unless. said certlfltnt shall b* redeemed STATION
Tolegraph I I. hereby designated a* No. 8. according I to law, the property : ,, \UNIoN BUS
the duly qualified newspaper Inwl For Coniitable In and for the following deecrlbed therein I will be cold
,u-h this Order shall be published, Justice. Districts, VI*: f
,. to the highest bidder at the court- SIRS. E. H. ,
01 a'week: for four consecutiveweeka No.2In
I Testimony Whereof, I have rb'Ro"door, of on October the first 1936 Monday, which In I 'j Opposite Court House Pbooe 120-W
Witness my hand And the seal. of hereunto set my hand and affixed .
I the day of October
tl'ln Court at Ktarke Florida thl 1st the Great the thih 'llll.u.t.
of I arajlfah Dated 28th.. day .
A. D. 19J9.
dny September State of Florida, at 1934 .
OFFICIAL HEAL) see. the Capital, thl* the 24th i'L
A. J. THOMAS. I day of August A. r>. 19J. (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
A. Clerk of The Circuit Court i (L.H> K. A. GRAY,
Hradforcl County, Florida Secretary of state. A. J. THOMAS
FRANK:' LANlmUMA"y I To A. O ANDKEU. Sheriff Bradford Clerk of Circuit Courtof I If
for Plaintiff. County. Bradford County, Florida.
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SEPTEMBER 18. 1938

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pdaY_;T c.SCbool.B.IST. Price 10 o'clock, pastor a. m,. 1 tacrw Mt1AR : HOW TO READ A MAP I BEAsi ;s"SERVICE -STATIONWe '

:_; a Worship 11 a, m. I,1-- __ Handle Cold Drinks,-Standard Gas,
I By H F UAOERGREN depends the applicant's chances for

,eohs WoriilP. 7:30: p. m. II i The nature of a map is not commonly I a loan. and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries.

r:TeacMr5 MwtUiJ. Wednes-I understood as well as it Field notes are descriptions of

P mIOd'NOEk should be and a little light on the the section lines run one mile BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
7i:15: Prayer service( WN- subject may not be out of place.A apart by the government survey.
Andre not
knowing Suzy and which will clear me of the chargeof map Is a sort of picture of a ors, giving their lengths and bear-
y, 8 p. Dl- Terry have ever heard of bother cowardice. But that Is all-.-and piece of land, drawn according to ings as well as roads watercourses SERVICE STATIONOpp.

etllocUal Church Introduce them In his It Is a plenty-which can be said conventional rules, where each line ;, swamps, lakes, etc..

.,M, Montgomery, Pastor. room In the hospital "heSuzy about what I have done. I thoughtyou and other unit Is shown In a certain crossing them. Township plats are Court House Phone 60
1It',; 10 &. m.Worship come to see him because\ he were dead-I couldn't feel your proportion to their counterparts Incomplete maps made from the
Scbool- bun crushed In hi* plane. heart beat or and the land ...... .... .. ..... -
-!! a. m.worth your pulse then on This propor- field notes showing the manner In
tlorpig m. that woman shouting I had kUled tion Is the "scale" of the map. If, which the general land office has
League-1:30 p. CHAPTER ,. .....
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I lost for -
you. head and Inch
Wurshlp, 8 p. m. I my I ran example one on the map divided up the sections and the -< '
Efeolng Invted to all these seiv- away" stands for 100 feet on the ground I contents of.each division The .
Tau are Suzy face was cshen, her hands "You might have returned for this information will be marked on earliest government survey In

were trembling her eyes were star- I' the--er- funeral It might have the map. If the minute spaces Bradford County was in 1830-31. M Pt

F"h.t-" ; QuftbGeOrgi' Ing. saved the corpse a live corpse in each representing one foot, were the latest. In 1853. was a resurvey

H Lowry Minister "What la It, dear" cried Andre. this case, a lot of trouble. Trouble! laid side by aide( it would require of certoln townships, where the l

? D1 Sabbath SchooL "You look as if you'd seen a That's a funny word to use 120.000 to make 100 feet; HO that original lines and corners had been

Ma M Morning Worship) ; ghost. Months of anguish!! I've not known in this case it might also b* written obliterated I tit Indeed, they ever
tlS; A th<' pastor By a great effort she forced herself one hour of happiness, of ease since "Seal. 1-120.000" The scale existed except on paper i The dtFr

by young Peoples Ves- to speak. that night. I wus sure you were for a map Is chosen to suit the size government lines were all run with
805 p m "I did see something of that dead. At first I thought you had of land area to be shown on a sheetof reference to the true astronomical l

geNicvI _Evening Worship. kind--a man I thought was dead, jumped In the river that's cer- a certain site and may be north-south This meridian l is always ; i't,4

I 1P.1I1.- "& but-" she couldn't go on, tainly funny But then, a worse more or less than 100 feet to the the same, whereus that glv I _

_Oywood Baptist Church "I should have warned you" said belief came. I thought the spies inch. a county map perhaps a mile en by the uncorrected compass

G. Hmulnjfway Pastor Andre gently. "Corridors of. hoe- had got you too. to the Inch, while a town lot may needle Is always wrong. Besides a

yr, i. SundayBlbla pitals can be gruesome places "So.-" be drawn as large an 20 feet to the its variation changes year after e I 1

\mice*10:*15: every* m. Services at 3:30: But you should be glad the poor ) "Just so Mrs Schmidt and the inch. The larger the scale the year and is different in different V 1 !

I devil wasn't dead. Here-put that chauffeur and the woman you saw more accurate the map can be parts of the country.
*k ID afternoon. vase somewhere and sit down at the factory were all in the plot. made. As the material on whichit -_._ .--_. .f

0THEL \PTIST CHURCH And Teiry--you haven't seen a You're a pretty poor specimen of' is drawn changes in size with lAT ALCIIINFFXI'ERIMl.NT' L

gev. L. A, Donnley, Pastor ghost or anything like that ,pour humanity If you want my opIn- 'atmospheric conditions the scale One of the prominent manufacturers 4$ r

jjrrlces every first Sunday. her a stiff drink of cognac. You II ion, but you are not dumb You with Its divisions should be drawn of a Florida town has two -iL1I--::

Snday School, 2:30: p. m. I have to look after her. Unfortu- were worried, I remember about upon the map, and measurements children. His little boy and girl
Study and Prayer Services nately at the moment, I can't." what had happened In the factory made from it, as then the scale wanted to play the slot machine I I
Saturday night While he was talking Terry had before our would you call It our contracts and expands with the paper Other children were playing them

,17 i been able to steady himself, But i marriage7 And I laughed at your Yet It la always best, and and they also wanted to gamble ;

Marks Episcopal Church i more convenient to also/! write upon In order to show the children what

Service St. fourth and each line its length. On a city would happen, the man bought a ....
; on I the scale is entirely too small
map /! used slot machine. Taking it home ,
11 o'clock
at a. m.
1 Sundays to give good results/! in measuring he gave each member of the family
Uttiy and choir practice at I I of lines. For correctness one must 50 nickels Each one was to "

:o'clock on Friday nights pre- consult/! the subdiviHional plats i In, put in the 50 nickels and see what

jitog Sunday services I the recorder's office.A It came out Each one played anda I Gives 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallon
blue print Is not drawn. few nickels were returned. After

Graham Christian Church Is a photograph from a negativethat they had all played a second In Passenger Cars .,'
Rev C C. Johns Pastor has been drawn on transparent round two of them were without !

mice! second and fourth Sun paper or cloth; and for blueprints money, and the other two hud very

11,11; a. m. and 8 p. m. the map maker these days 1 little left. On the third play, all

able School every Sunday 3 p.m sends his negatives--called "trac the money was gone. ;: :L14

,tMca\ every Sunday night !8 ings" .to some city establishment, The next night when the man We suggest that ,

where from one tracing any num came home, he brought a bag of i '
|v1T>yer meeting; Wednesday; Y ber of prints muy be had. The money. He wanted the family to I you make a tent

L -A black lines on the tracings show up see why elot machines were called In your own white on the prints, the blank parts one-armed bandits. One after
an.1 find out for
blue.The the other the family put money In
y A lines shown on a map may; the machine until (00,00 was lost yourself the ex.

BOB JONESComments run according to the cardinal In all 1200 nickels were droppedin
miles In Ii C.
r points or deviate from them. To the machine and the Jack pot I tra -

On Here ascertain their directions or ,' never did drop. '
'bearings,"' a "meridian line" la' Turning to his children he show

And Hereafter drawn, In its simplest form like 1 a ed them that slot machines were i.ltI' e1"S'n'i See thoSinclair

Latin crc.i, having the cardinal not a form of sport or gamblingbut

j Sometime an outstanding What is it dear" cried Andre, "You points Indicated' From this line they were a form of robbery-! I % DeaferSinclair

nlBtlc preacher ago of America t pa ; ; look as t if you'd seen a ghoit". the bearings of the lines on the' Exchange. 'I'
map can be ascertained by aid of' ..
i of the virgin birth of Jesus I U 1N ISIS W 4M e ,4. 0.u..e (IM.
lint! aa "piffle." The mental proper Instruments; but It Is better Henry Ford rides a bicycle everyday ......,........
that any line not cardinal be for the exercise.
i of the modernists are he was glad Andre was not watchIng fears. I was a fool then. In fact, marked with Its bearing. Thus

|peculiar They quote glibly as he poured the drink He I was a fool from the moment I "N88W" means S3 degrees west'
of Jesus. All they know I Ag.n' R.Rnng! Company (lix.)
-.1 sings) "
knew his hand was shaky. : first saw you. of north; "S37E'1 37 degrees east I I
of t the sayings of Jesus is what AUTO
said. Tm sorry you were frightened "It's been like a nightmare tome of south, and so on. FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS

slmpired writers say Jesus Madame Charville," he said as Terry," said Suzy in a plead The governmental or private I I New sad If.... P.rt. t.w .!! PHONE 139'J.
fat: same inspired writers say he handed her the glass. "But it ing VOice "I've tried to blot It out agencies who loan money on real ....... .f r.r., ........* .A ...Ue....
t Jesus Christ was born of a require "''''.AN'I''() IIION! .A MKTAI ('<>. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
such do. security generally
1h! The modernists accept as will pass- things and never been able to. really. I've property as I a3:1.: .. W. Hravrr-Fho.. n.liw ,
Jesus Suzy did not move, did not put never told anybody but Malzie. maps as well as deeds and ..AKIION': .,K., "''.0'''')A... STAJRKK, FLORIDA
I what the writers
. say what out her hand for the drink I ve never told Andre-" abstracts. The descriptions In the .
4 discount
' they about the "Please take It," Terry said, "Of course not. Why should you deeds are often vague and too superficial
x tame writers said "Your husband Is right. You needIt bother to tell anybody the truth'" for the examiners to get
jia birth. The same After you have drunk it. you "That Is not fair, Terry," said at the true situation, and they
that Jesus said, "Blessed are
will feel better. Soon, I am sure 1 Suzy with spirit "Everything else have to depend on the maps for Interpretation
pure In heart for the shall seed
d you will forget the whole unpleasant you say I deserve. But I have al So after a surveyor
< taught that Jesus Christ woe
Incident." ways been honest with you. I didn't has been out to a place and checked
wived by the Holy Ghost.
S He turned and picked up his cap. pretend I loved you, you remember.You up the boundary lines locatedthe
married with eyes buildings, roads, creeks etc., \
It was time he should be going me your i
11 It necessary to believe in the he said. 'He was all In-there had open. I am a coward but I am nota he must draw the map with great iI I

tin birth in order to be saved?" been a storm as he crossed the liarat least to you" care, so that it will satisfy flaw-

:* question Is often asked. "A channel and it had been hard flyIng "You're right,' said Terry hunting lawyers and hair-splitting :' / e 1 1 1 !

rid person will believe In the "When all Is said and done, I'm better engineers-nothing essential must

T* birth" Is the answer of the "Of said Andre. "I'm off than Andre, I suppose." be omitted nothing left to be .tP .t J j
course orrotH
:ttr Jesus said "He that corn- said earnestly. "1 guessed at. On the efficiency of er.W..lamwl ALL FIVR ALL roUR i,
selfish to want to keep you. That "Terry, Suzy .. ,MV s ulhwa Agilailhiriil I T.w I Ia.
it uto me I will in no wise cast will be love Andre. I should have told him the map (required In duplicate) ... ........1 Tor FOB our I rot osny t,
goes for Suzy too so you Cavalry Ham* T..e
* Any man who comes to Je- good enough to take her to the It wouldn't have made any difference Tt.Cs..trN..Iy..r ran '...l.l .8D Jj The Tom faunal. I T.se .80 j
i will know that he has come to hotel? She is rather unstrung -after all there is nothIng AND TNB IfrNSPua AMt THIS NZW9PAm _
4. The man who doubts the she had I'll rest wrong In marrying a widow ute. She stood, brows knit, lips r..o-y FeeO..f or
I the
from scare '
ty of Jesus has never compressed, deep In thought
Christ If I know she Is under your and I thought I was that aam.Iw.wrs t
easy "
a barn again. Only God could "Then why didn't you tell him ?" "Will you be here long J

(lor sinners what Jesus Christ protection.Suzy protested she was all right, "Because as I told you a minute "I must stay until Andre Is able TMpdotlt Couniry Botm. Me CAM'STLSIQIOfY

. We speak of this as a scl'oflc she did not wish to be a burdento ago, I wanted to forget the whole to be up. There are certain things piCtO at

age We are urged to make his friend, but Andre said they ghastly affair. I almost persuaded about the plane I must explain to ARM "

Wimtnts If you are a sinner were staying at the same hotel he myself that It hadn't happened, him. Those are orders But If we THIS NEWSPAPER __ ap

Ji you doubt the deity of Jesus there was only the one. that It was only a horrible night use our wits we need not meet _

;:zut. Just turn yourself over to i knew"It will be a pleasure, Madame mare. If times had been normal, again-ever." for 1 year and !

* You will find yourself In said Terry, "It Is a I might have thought straighter, "Then, I'll go back to Paris. )

*hand of the omnipotent God. Charville occasion, when I can escort so but the excitement of the war-all Andre Is all right and his fatheris 3 Big Magazines

"a Christ Is all the God I want. I rare charming a woman, even for so the rest of it made me lose my not well and I know he misses THIS NEWSPAPER
tins universe could produce a head altogether" me. Strange, isn't it-but he's ,

'+br t god than Jesus I would not short a time, old chap," said Andre In "It was more than your head grown to depend on me. You see for on* full yeah 9
*what to do with him lost You seemed to mislay he doesn't know I am a coward,
voice "I didn t know you you
*-- a Britishers teasing were, adepts at gallant any sense of fair play, any decency living 'under false pretenses." I And 4 Big Magazines
' CAMERA NEVER LIES -" "Is there anything else we have e .
CTU\RS PICTURES speeches"In How can I? to each other?" '
silence Suzy and Terry walk "I don't deny that. when one say shook her head and walked 1 Uifsitne from Group Ag IlIsluln.s from Group B{ 4 la til
Uouls stairs to But I loved Andre Suzy I
Post-Dispatch Editorial) ed to the hotel and up the
.Plea tbe Republican National their rooms, which adjoined. They Is in love-" out the door
need to tell me anything "No except I want 10 thank you
"You don't R "
Uttee that hesi
shows Its film of door first. Suzy
:Salk In Arcadia Mo., audi came to his about that," Interrupted Ter. for everything. And most of all Select Any 3 Magazin

aS will be aghast to discover tated."It has to be said some time," ry, "I was In love once, you know. because you have made it clear to I I From This Lid ..,a...0-wP1i A.--.......
butherself what I must do. Goodbyeand -- .
*If the WPA paid $20,098 for a Terry said as he unlocked the door. I loved could a girl have so much ever no made one me me good luckand happiness." -T.... H.r.. I T.s Iott"Ne...1,..- ,.':. 8 c.:: ''''t7Je.....1I I
Promenade. As the camera "So why not now la my room? If 6 o.rds..4 T- cawtotlelt K. : : ,- .,.,. : I:
finest, answer.
+*Ues( the evidence of course anyone knows you have been here, believe she wasn't the lived." There was down no the stairs and -a.w'w'Id ::: -::::WYt: : a... 171M Ljw1i'm/. : lIP

'tIj putahle. There is the side.tklad nothing will be thought of It Why straightest person who ever She ran She H.eI.'M:...... _I ,_ a "-..'rw (1.r.ua.a ;N 8 ..11-- I rrZeal.
; there are the cows. And be shocked? Since "You have a right to be bitter,, walked swiftly up the street elM M.la...)_l T- 0 .....w : ""... .Me lIP
e1, should anyone And I don't ask anythingfor knew if she was ever to tell Andre '. _1 a retall'a Ie . 1)r -.e..... 2MM.el. ,. '
with his arms on a rail1 when has it been a matter for go. Terry. kindness, any le the truth she must do It now. Any CI_ ,- a r...NN att." ....1 f M N_ IPla/" I a lIP f for.
1 h a farmer : "These Is In her hus myself-any Nwdl. .N I y- 0..r .... .n aM1, lIP
saying woman
e1 lUre do on sip that a niency. But this I do want to ask delay would kill her new-found .. a .d c..,., -.a y-. a ,.,.oU' .,wt ",) I,,,."aeara.y, lIP
enjoy walking band's room r.aw1.- 9d.. a -- ,lth"'" 1 e. .
? She could not wait a minute M .
'4tt sidewalks, all right without saying a word fol. you-what are you going to do courage. ..,........ 'w..Ylr) _I T... a ,letwlel a..- : 'JI' N.e/.felt e Ne.e U/. 15.,
Suzy What is there to do? longer than necessary. How r1as.l ..ot._ y- a tie,,,,\\Ie 3r
"M" audiences will not know the lowed him In the room and stood "Nothing. that score she would do It she did not know "'- -.. r.._ ,... A ,,_ . ire '" T,"..... I W
u You can rest easy on .._.... "0"_ I T.a 0".I.. n .. 1"
.ruuag little scenario behind the facing him. said Who knew of our brief marriage? What would become of her after 55.... seek. I vea a TnN tmk IrotareN, I: lJlwther.A.kwt" ;N' FmTr.
will not be told how a I "I held my tongue, Terry an inspector ward did not matter. All that was s..rh..Aerl. tla.l 1 T- Asaa. ..??'u'n, 11. f fwens.
* director shall we say current The clergyman. .. C..I.oeIo.. _I y- g c......r .. a N f I j
; and two cameramen that there
!liLt "because your greatestflyer or two from Scotland YardI of any Importance was .'. W.del I r- 0 Tae ra.Jaw1I_ 31n C'I5apftk' ..," I.H
rtl)1 0 Arcadia to supply visual husband?-is the I wanted them to search for you should be no deceit standing between ITlt-Ch.,y .- 0' h. ,.IIf., Lur.1 [1 ,.. .I f a vn IrerNdJ': .
tof I respect him. Odf ..b ,,,Iw.Atarutvw Iwitryw,.. lp '
statement In a G. O. P. In France. think you are her and Andre. 0' Tn. $4" v.arh. C ""
sibiet I have no Just at first. They .._ /
that the New Deal built him. Anyway Into the hospital and
like walked
Probably forgotten She
them. w.clall1l a
dead all of N.d.r. Tw
/walk for cows; how they quarrel with him. He, too, has been now. If down the corridor to his. room. She Aw.dcee Out I

'lled "* cows from George I I I taken In. As much as I, he Is a like all, I can about have Jt the by ceremony tapped lightly on his door. There 6 0.11...._ t'- l

' for $25:! trucked them Into victim." you off the record. As for me was no response. Perhaps he was rde.rdemi C..I_. _
W at 11. m- and led to i "Terry-please. I want you to wiped difference. Many asleep. She would go in quietly and GENTLEMENI) I EnctoM f PU... Send Ma .

I.a walks; how they paid John I r understand-can't you help me Just It makes no happen to me before I when he awoke, he would find her otf.r No. i a oif" N*. a a oa* No. J o Offu NO. 4 i

'!Itkin ti a minute to supply the a little" die things but may one thing will not I will waiting there. She turned the knob I .ra cla.CIdD9 the magrttla ....d with fur's subwrlp7" Mr

Of apart, how they were run I "Of course Madame. Only command again. I'm not like gently. The door swung open Uon to y.ar paper. 1Nam.
"r object by the marshal when me. Ah, I have It. You'dlike never marry Is enough for quietly. Then she closed It as quiet.
Is people--once
became known. me to shoot myself-where some ly and walked back down the cor- .
Iq better aim me" ,
the take
'''IIt r camera never lies but I i my pl.toland "You're not going to tell Andre ridor. .
bmetime, take plcture'.. than they did on that other" night ?" A woman whose face she did not 1 1 Street as IL1fl ... ,
-. I you saw me shot down. "I didn't tell him a little while, ee, was bending over Andre as .

" Pen mima people, more than "That's a rotten thing to say-I'm I like him I admire him-- je lay In bed kissing him. I T9wa and laa. .1
fII did. ago.
tire what I and Suzy
" population of Canada, almost as rotten as for him deeply (Next weeks Terry
':lit_.accommodated in the houses glad you're alive. No matter what' and I"feel sorry agree on what they must do.I I . . . a 4 4r

England to me because you are I m sorry mln- .bun smother great .'-< since the World happens Suzy did not answer for a duty
to say
glad. There Isn't anything

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OUK; LOSSES sponsibility-the responsibility of Ibly bad shape In many states, and It la estimated that fifteen per United States ",,
Bradford County Telegraph growing into strong men and women they can't be built up to the desired cent of the drivers cause all the accldenta. -I exceeded the "P t '
Starke has suffered an unusu- capable of filling the places of level in the few weeks remain- 000. Impt \ c-3
Established 1877 ally heavy loss among its leadingcitizens those who will some day be lost to ing before November. On the oth-
and builders during the us. er hand, the Democratic machine .-J
MEM.BERRIDA past year and some of the niches -0-- never functioned more smoothlyand
> PRESS ASSOCIATION will doubtless be hard to fill. LONE TilE TOWN efficiently than it is now IT IS TIME TO CHANGE TO
State's Attorney A. S. Crews functioning
1Q35 Dr. E. L. Biggs. Sheriff W. J. Ep. Several recent instances of persons "On of that;' the News Re-
., .- ::J ouvand 2eouda person and most recent, J. M. building, or attempting to view says top, "recent polls-such as GOOD GULF GAS AND OILSTRY
build, undesirable structures in
.. -- Mitchell, a leading druggist, have Institute of Public Opinion'
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class all gone during the past few certain residential sections of town show that Landon sentiment,
would have been prevented if the
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida months. city had been prepared with the which reached Its peak at conven-
.. . .. None of these men was "old" In ordinances. tion time is weakening that
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E. L. Matthews.___.__ __ ._ ____ _____Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION the sense of having outlived, and lilt Every town that expects to grow Roosevelt Is leading and Is tendingto A CRANKCASE FULL OF GULF LI'UP OR
usefulness to the community increase his lead.
. .. at all should be zoned so that a slowly GULF PRIDE MOTOR OILS AND NOTICE TilE
- two or three of them were comparatively
"Wall Street" bet-
person who makes sacrifices to Reports say DIFFERENCE AFTER YOU HAVE
KATE! Sheriff Epperson DRIVES
young. put up an attractive residence ting odds are lengthening In favorof 1,000 MILES. THAT GOOD
the oldest In of GULF GAS .
1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months. 75c-Payable in Advance was point will not later have his property Roosevelt and you may be assured VIvvt\
I years, but even us he: retired from damaged and depreciated value that Wall Street Is usually PLEASES THE PARTICULAR MOTORIST <;E1'A
Advertising Hates on ApplicationAdd a long career as sheriff he was TANK FULL TODAY.
.. by having some public nuisance pretty careful in placing its bets
-- I preparing to a vigorous
constructed and operated almost
present day mysteries; What's ; about easy campaign' for the State Senate. under his nose. ,,II"_":.-J'II.n"\i:: \I(..';I'.I.II! : [!I':..:;,i., --- - .
It'l' hard to say which man has It Is understood that the City
payments? I I left the greatest void in the Community Council has the zoning project under
-p -- but It Is certain that none Consideration and every citizen RITZ THEATRES NEW DEAL SERVICE STATIC
of them will be missed more than"Dot" who is interested in the future I
Peace is something'that no'one thinks much about until '
;! Mitchell' whose drug store I beauty of the town should urge the !: Manager
war breaks out. was,lit local Institution, not only 'members to complete their plans
popular for Us stock in trade but' .. .
o 'I along this line as soon as possible --------------.-.--
alao'as' a center for the.social and PROGRAM
An unusual amount of
hen laid We'll take it in building
A Michigan a green egg. preference -
political life of the town-a kind
Is time
going on at the'present ; SEE OUR
to the overripevariety..- of "hang-out" for anyone who hada 'and there la evidence of more to TIU'KS.-FRI., SEPT 17-18
o few spare minutes to kill. come in the future. A town that "White

Is it bigger news when a man is pinched for hunting or Here "Doc" Mitchell held forth Is built up haphazardly cannot be Fang".Iran
and those who !have known him .
; beautiful as a whole and it needs !Mulr SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN
when a "masher" is hunted for pinching? through the years never remembera to be planned with a view toward Michael<< 11'balenSATURDAY
1 day when he did not have a blustering I
u representing a pleasing appearancejust
greeting and a kidding remark SEPT. 19 '
The milk of human kindness is dished out to the average for and who as much as an Individual NOW IN OPERATIONLET
any every one house needs to be planned for the "Treachery Rides
man after it has been thoroughly skimmed. entered his place of business.In same
--- 0 spite of his love of Joking, -0-- The Range"Dirk
however, he was very serious LITTLE TO WORK ABOUT US DO YOUR GINNING FOR
Mildred Seydell asks, "Is a mule like a man or vice ver- when he got down to business and Forun Y(

sa?" To which most women will answer yes. was always willing to take time The Democratic Party has very 8UN.-MON., SEPT. 20-21
o off from his work to do anythingthat little to worry about In spite of "White
was for the best interest of I various "straw ballots, some of
The dove next month, but the hardest bird
season opens Starke and Bradford County. Just I which would Indicate that Landon France
to find will continue to be the dove of peace. the day before the automobile accident strength Is gaining. Very few peo- Ian HunterTUES.UED. H. MYERS PARRIS!

o that resulted In his death he ple take these ballots seriously ., SEPT. 22-23
appeared before the Board of not even Republicans themselves.The .
A Paris designer says women's hats are on the war path. County Commissioners and made a O. O. p:,. generals are optimistic "Big Brown Eyes"

And so are the women's husbands, we suppose.An fin,.,appeal for the farmers' marketing In public, but insiders say Cury Grant
o center here. If this proJect that all l isn't cheer and laughter Joan BennettTHURS.FRL COTTON GINPhone
15 ever pushed through completion when they meet In private.
exchange Success' has turned man'shead
says: many. a Its success will be as much According to the Industrial SEPT. 24-23
; in fact, it's a long head that has no turning. to Mr. Mitchell's credit as to any. News Review,'an' Impartial source, Wise
ooo:else'.. the RepublicaaParty has Just "Three Guys"Robert
o -
pie death of these prominent emerged from the leanest three .Young 391 Lake City, FJ
Maybe it's old-fashioned, but a woman at a baseball
game men should make the youth. of our years in Its history. Its local organizations Betty Furness
seems as out of place to us as a man at a sewing bee. community, more alive to its re- are in almost Increl .
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Add similes: As embarrassed as the woman who won the --- -

prize at a tacky party when she wasn't even competing.


Talmadge's "Red Suspender" organization broke down

and the poor fellow lost his punts in the Georgia election.


Uncle Sam is'going to investigate the shrimp Industry.- v r :wet

News item. Shouldn't have any trouble in smelling it out.


Secretary Gray has denied the Socialists a place on the

November ballot, making them see more red than usual.

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