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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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PAST OFFICE ; DEADLINE POLL, TO BE TAX OCTOBER1Q SHERIFF\ I I OPENS TOUR HERE,; PEPPER BEGIN NEW ENLISTMENTFOR 722 SIGN


I CCC TO BE TAKEN
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GO BACKI0SECOND .>.> > SECRETARY ANNOUNCES GRAY : RECKLESS ; EARLY: PROBABLY IN
SAY i (i SPEAKING TOUR OCTOBERA SLOT MACHINE

Poll' taxes must be paid on or

I before October 10 to qualify for the 1 I new CCC enlistment will betaken

p CLASS November'' general election, Secretary -AUTO DRIVERS !II !IN STARKE from Bradford County probably -I I PETITIONS HERE

I of, State R. A. Gray announced I about October< 1. Mr. Edward

this week.Registration. I Burns of the welfare department! of \

Show Twelve books now open, | State Patrolman )Will the WPA. said this week She Only t80 Necessary to
)Will lIe
Receipts will close, October 17. el' heard At Court\I will be in her office Saturday to I II I

percent Gain Over I Persons who registered and paid 1: Be Here In Two House Next Thursday 1 I take applications No definite I Put Question on
has been allotted to this
Last Year : poll taxes Jn( advance of the June !\ Weeks AfternoonWILL quota county. yet Ballot

: primaries are not required to reg- I ,
A new ruling states that men
ister again. The books are
open
'1MSTMAS SHOULD PUT I now for persons who did not register COUNTY ONE OF WORST TALK IN FAVOROF who huve been honorably discharged NAMES TURNED OVER TO

,EOSS OVER THE TOP ,last Spring, for those who OFFENDERS IT IS SAID,I ENTIRE; TICKETStarke from a camp will not be SUPERVISOR II. C. WALL

have reached voting age, and for Warning that a state motorcycle I eligible far re-enlistment until a

that the Starke post office I others who have met requirements I patrolman will make his headquarters year's time has ejapned All others The local Anti-Slot Machine
> I will have the
s.pe back into second class next of residence of one year In the in Starke in about two weeks i of distinction ; are eligible who are betweenthe Committee completed successful
ape I hearing Senator-elect ClaudePepper of seventeen and twenty- campaign in Bradford this
expressed this week by State and six months within a was issued this week by Sheriff A ages County
A waS office here as I open his speaking portionof seven and who are registered with week and turned over a number of
at the county. ,,0. Andreu. This action will betaken '
...oyets i M1 the Democratic National Campaign
the WPA or are from families on petitions' containing 722 signature
announced to I I
receipts were .----- in an attempt to curb reckless \
1,411 I ere when he speaks at the court local relief rolls. to Supervisor of Registration H. C.
twelveeceat ,
L* rained approximately driving In Bradford County. house here Thursday afternoon
I Wall for
checking. Only 480 signatures
I over the first eight GRAY NAMES I which has the reputation among October I, at <4< o'clock. He will were in this

pthe! of last year.Groll I i I'I state officials as being one of the speak In the Interest of theentire NiAN JAILEDIn county to get necessary the slot machine
worst counties In
for the period Florida In this ticket.
receipts Nominees I I question on the ballot In the No
31, 1938 were $5.- I II respect. CLAUDE PEPPERFENCERS The
August
Mmf I fiery young Senator is an vember election.
with $4,923.88 I Sheriff Andreu said to Issue a Tuesday
[illS aa compared orator of the first water and attracts The
committee however, wished
JytM same period In 1935. During ON BALLOT I II warning through the Telegraphand large crowds wherever he to get a large number of signatures -.
the money orders 'f "make It good and strong"that
(a same time automobiles PUT speaks. It Is urged that Democrats CUTTING SCRAPEHIS for fear that some would be
the office here In- recklessly driven in this
e81 i at county turn out In a body thrown out because did not '
approximately $70,- | or without tall lights, front (llghstor to hear him. I they
from
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iII ra 90000. REPUBLICANS LIST CAN. other necessary equipment will Cattle. Gap I sign the petitions In the same way

to approximately have Increased I II I DIDATES FOR MANYPOSITIONS !I be barred from the highways. The Democratic stumping campaign VICTIM! IN SERIOUS that they signed the county registration
red deposits In Florida
:
will get Into full books. The Rev C. B.
F. F.uuy Asher Frank, state safety director r
Postmaster i CONDITION IN ALACIIUA
I $40,000, I swing next week with Governor- Price, chairman of the committee,
I in a letter to Mayor W. E.Mlddleton IN
said.I I ;; IJACE elect Fred Cone and Senator C. O. HOSPITAL states that his workers met with
second I The following Is a list of the said this week: "The
advance to Andrews also
to
I order beginning speaking fine response In all parts of the
the office must do about $9- :I nominees for the November general first eight months of this year did. Itineraries that will carry them Cecil Griffis, of Hampton, Is county and that very few people '

,j in worth of business during the election In Florida who will not show any reduction in accidents NINETY DOLLARS RAIS through sixteen West Florida coun- I lodged In an Alachua County jail refused to sign the petitions. ,

This leaves a bal- be voted upon over the state, as and fatalities-on the other ED BY SOLICITATION ties. i: and Joe GIHIard has been takento

approximately titular year $3.958 to be I I supplied by' Secretary of State R. hand In spite of our efforts, It THIS WEEK -.-0-?_ | the hospital In Gainesville In a ed When the supervisor has finish-
checking the list It will be
shows an Increase of
forty-seven
A. Gray; serious condition as the result of
four-month pe- -
the t- Two
ed during fatalities as against the same Farms SoldThe turned over to the County Commissioners !
from September through Depahr I PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS!: I period The first catt1.-gap on the town a cutting scrape just across the at their next
I last meeting
With the heaviest business' Democrat year.It fencing project was put Into place Wilson Realty Co., this week line In Alachua County Tuesday month. If enough signatures remain {

jjlhe year always coming in De- Fred Andrews la true that Florida has nearly Wednesday and Bradford County reported the sale of the George afternoon. after checking tbe question q I
400,000 registered cars of its own Anderson Griffis was arrested Wednesday
Is cattle-owners ara enthusiastic over thirty-acre farm the
optimisticprospects on
tar, Mr. Stump W. P. (Bill) Arnold will go on the November ballot for J
and there are from 60.000 to 70.000 Lawtey and State morning by Bradford County officers I.
of advancing toad Erie B. Askew early completion of the work. Six Farm road to local option in this
t county.
class. Mrs M. Dorman foreign vehicles going In and out gaps will be required on ate R L. Reddish and the Ambrose I In a deep swamp just northof
from George of our state each year, but the Increase highway and four on county Haberthuer place southeast of Hampton where he had bean bidIng It will be stated as follows on
Wallace N. Keith
office dropped '
] !foe Starke In fatalities and accidents Is roads, It Is said Gates will be Starke to H. L Hall. out all night His mother led the ballot: t
1933. Z
In Morgaq
class July Lloyd
1 to third Jr. among our own people and not used In other places The first 1 officers to him after they had "Shall tae permits and license
second class again J. J. Parrish
ement to tourists. For the next three monthsof gap was placed on the county road Revival Meetings threatened to arrest her If she refused heretofore granted for the opera
substantial
salary
eli 1 mean a RepublicansFred this year let us work to bring extending east out of Call Street. to tell. tion In Bradford County, Florida '

eIae for employees here. S. Abraham about a reduction In this appall- S. J. Conner a Baptist minister, No one knows just how the fight of coin operated machines and devices ,
A committee from the cattlemen's -
0 Emory ACkermaq ing slaughter." Is holding a series of open-air started, but Grlffis and Gllllard descibed In Chapter 17257.:
association raised $91 this
HUNTINGLICENSES G. H. Alexander meetings at the Corner of Call and had been In Starke earlier In the Laws of Florida Acts of 1935, bo
Everett Allen Strip coal mining on a large week by solicitation In the busi
Cherry Streets, opposite the Brad- day Tuesday where Grlffis came continued or revoked T" The voter
HERE ,' Anderson ness district of Starke.
Herbert L scale is reopening in the Moberly.Mo. .
ford to face a chicken stealing charge will check his preference on two
Mary Duff ArnoldC. ., district with one company The fencing Is now complete House. The meetings will be i' In county judge's court here. The lines labelled for continuance or .

nGl.'RES SHOW STARTLING : C. Ausherman launching a $1,000,000 project. around the town, .It.. Is reported. held each night at 7:30: o'clock. case was continued. for revocation. .'
.VUMBER OF QUAIL For United States Senator ..
Fear /la felt for Gllllard's life as .----

KILLED YEARLY II (2 year unexplred U, Fletcher term) of Duncan :: First Auto Was A of his stomach rib had been cut cut In Into two.and At HOW TO TELLA

| busty Judge E. K. j, Thing Beauty one completely
hunting I DemocratFor CORAL SNAKE
ad" has a supply of Claude Pepper III the t ITS of his arrest Griff still

'IWJ with which sportsmen may United States Senator had the bloody knife on his person

i i themselves for the season I(4 II: ( year unexpired term of Park But Was Certainly Not a Joy Forever with which he Is said to have done I ROSS ALLEN GIVES TELEGRAPH .-

& opens November 20. Trammell) I I the cutting. The men are step- VALUABLE POINT-

| IN Kennedy, executive secre- C. O. Andrews Democrat 'i By H. E. LAGERGREN made horns unnecessary. The, ways been' a mystery brothers. ERS ON SUBJECT .j| aNew

r of the state game and fresh Howard C. Babcock In Congrew Republican I These days when babies cry for braking arrangement was a mystery Mr. Dowllng owner of a big saw "SING BABY SING" facts about the Harlequin

IIr fishing commission, this Representative Ithe I steering wheel Instead of castorla but there seemed to be a mill just north of Starke, had a Coral snake, several specimens of

k t estimated that 617,500 quail First DistrictJ. DemocratB. ; when sweet sixteen holds telepathic understanding betweenthe car that he had used five years, AT RITZONE which have been seen near here recently -

|killed\ each year In Florida dur- Hardin Peterson her left hand lightly on the wheel machine and Its driver, so thatIt and without mercy. It was, consequently were given In a letter to

the ninety-day hunting season. L. Hammer Republican I while she powders her nose with stopped at the desired points at a rattler from Rattler- I!: OF MOST POPULAR the Telegraph this week from E.

based his estimate, on reports Second District the right, talking to those In the its own volition--and often at other vllle and every nut and bolt had MUSICALSOF Ross Allen director of the Florida

'Jell hunters make when they ap- R. A. (Lex) Green Democrat back seat the while; when rheumatic points. The gasoline was of a to be secured with wire or staples, YEAR Reptile Institute at Ocala. HH ,I

tor licenses. I Third District I old men half blind and crude quality and had to be filtered to keep them from being jarredout. letter Is as follows: .

The law provides that a hunter ]I II )I Millard Caldwell Democrat wholly deaf, all drive cars at a through chamois leather before Once he went to Jackskonvllle Mirth In the ultramodern man-. "I noticed your article of Aug. j ,
Fourth Diatrfot Is the of Damon Run.yon'
ner
'I II I In the tank No journey keynote
put was
H I report the game he killed Democrat great speed; when men who have to buy some sort of an Indi- ust 28th titled, "Deadly Snake ,
.
J. Mark Wilcox undertaken before shovel engaging story, "The Three
tog I the past year when applyfor to wash their own pants and press an axe a cator of complicated construction.On Shown Here" I wish to call to
RepublicanFifth Wise which Metro-Gold-
E. Swanson Guys,
Thomas and stout stowed
( a new license. With these them between the bed sheets can a long. rope were his return home, he found that your attention some new facts '

Wet, Mr Kennedy estimated District Democrat still own cars-It Is hard to realize Into the car. The axe was used every blessed nut and screw had wyn-Mayer brings to the screen about this Harlequin Coral snake )'I
Hendricks of the Ritz Theatre Thursday and
other game killed In Florida Joe that not so many years ago It for cutting prize poles and pine been jarred out, and the wheels, "Your writer mentioned that
Republican of this week.
Batchelder Friday
C. F. when the car had stalled in
that to and drivea tops springs and cams were scattered do not twelve Inch
"season as: 360,000 doves, was thought own they grow over
Governor Robert Young Is cofeaturedwith
000 squirrels 60,000 ducks, 2'Jew ,- Democrat car, one must be a near-mil mud or deep sand also to shortenup about In disorder, making the contrivance es. We find that the average size .
attractive Furnemr in
Betty
P. Cone In the The
Fred
and 3,350 turkeys. lionaire and be endowed with the stumps roadway. useless. I to be thirty Inches and the record 1
E. E. Callaway Republican shovel was useful In many ways. a tale of reckless youth as amusing -
1\ele! 1 figures are certainly as- Secretary of State same courage, skill and fate-defi The was sometimes employedIn Subsequent automobiles had and pleasant as might be defInitely size forty-one inches J

ding, Mr. Kennedy said. I R A. Gray Democrat ance Lindbergh evinced when he towing rope the disabled car. and tops; but the springs. Instead of anticipated from the mind "The Harlequin Coral snake pat !

'!OI men must be conservative I Attorney General made his first trip across the sometimes In dragging It out of being too stiff were now made as tot Runyon whose Ideas and people tern Is always a black none, wide

["are to keep Florida a good I Cary D. Landis Democrat ocean. mud and sand The procedure was resilient as rubber balls. They are as fresh as today's news. yellow bund then wide black, nar- ,.

IDg ground. They should be I Comptroller I, The first automobile seen In this: If a stump or tree happenedto threw the rear seat passengers 1 The supporting cast, with Ray row yellow, wide red narrow yellow I''

*Wy careful In shooting quail J. M. Lee Democrat Starke waddled in one day in 1911. be near by, one end of the rope heavenward at every bounce and mond Walburn, Thurston Halt etc. There are other snakes

are al: least four birds in each State Treasurer While the astounded proletariatstood was tied to the front axle of the the tops were purposely made very Bruce Cabot. Donald Meek Her which resemble this snake but

I W. V. Knott Democrat gaping at the apparition, car: the other end was then high so as to keep their heads from bert Bing, and Harvey Stephens, their pattern always starts with a>

I Superintendent of Public some of them holding on to frightened brought around the tree or stump, going through as happened to Horace provides a set of accurate characterizations red nose and they are harmless

GOVERNMENT: TO Instruction ponies and mules the pres- drawn back and fastened to the Greeley, when to* rode with which were drawn so "There Is another coral snake

Democrat ident of a bank forgetting his dig- Hank Monk. There was no drivingfrom sharply In the original short story besides) the Harlequin which 1.
F olin English hub of one of the rear wheels. The
PADE: COTTON Commissioner of Agriculture nity for the moment ran over to rear axle was then lifted up, the the back seat then, for ob- "Sing Baby Sing," a brand new found In Dade County Florida. It

I Nathan Mayo DemocratFor the Hoovers to have them come wheels started spinning, and the vious reasons: musical comedy romance, with Is a sub-specie and Is called the 1 j

COsT WILL BE 25c Justice of the Supreme Court and take an Important picture. wound around the hub, was The Johnson brothers, of Hampton Alice Faye, Adolph Menjou, and Harbours Coral snake The only :
PER BALE. AGENT The owner of the auto consentedto rope difference In these snakes Is that !
Group No. 1 tautened and tbe car dragged out started the first automobile I Patsy Kelly Is featured at the Rita
LEARNS have it pushed In front of the' Is red the Harbours '
there more on
i J. B. Whltf leld Democrat of Its predicament the rope or repair shop here. Having facilities on Sunday and Monday.
Court I bank and a picture showing be- for having car. repaired, Tuesday and Wednesday brings Coral snake. <{
'emty McClane For Justice of the Supreme the axle didn't break. encouraged 1
Agent T. K.
doubt, that the bank was Coral snake bites j
yond a "In
treating
No. :X the buying of them. Dr. N. W.I "High Tension with Brian Don- '
Wormed this week that no 11claaser Group The second automobile owner In V'l
doing business with millionaires, suction treatment the same
DemocratFor Francis bought an Oldsmobile and levy and Glenda Farrell. use a
Is available for this Glenn Terrell Starke was Major E. S. Matthews.He *
the result. for rattlesnake. We advise the
Commissioner was Dr J. C. Wills came next. Then "Poor Little Rich Girl" Shirley as
"jr and of Sea Is- Railroad the machine In some sort
samples Democrat The first Starke citizen to own won the Ford car. took the country by Temple's Dew picture which has use of Cobra serum as the Coral
Cotton this W. B. (Babe) Douglas of contest and It was a holy terror,
grown here :
year snake Is related to the Cobra, having ,
have ._-4 -- an auto was the late E. E. Canova.It storm and car owning became gen long been anticipated by local
to be sent to Washlng- but still an automobile. After 1
hr was a contraption that had eral. Some enterprising farmers theatre-goers can be seen at the the same type poison. We keep ;
classing by the AppealA Official Road Maps HereThe practicing driving on deserted I this Cobra serum on hand at our
passed' through many ownershipsand bought cars and their wives before Rita Thursday and Friday of next 'r
charge of streets, the Major one day. to com- ,
"per twenty-five Telegraph has just received vicissitudes, judging from It. a journey's start put Jugs of milkIn I week. I Institute 1
bale will be made. with a stout-hearted friend
!It. from the State Road Departmenta looks. Yet It was greatly admiredand pany : the cars, to let the Incessant Jolts I "The Coral snake is deadly but
| McClane reports that the shipment of official Florida road Mr Canova's prestige enhanced. recklessly decided on taking a trip churn It Into butter It worked: County Court Tuesday not dangerous as they do not bite

i !eVl1 is now making serious to August 1936. had to rid of out on the Lake Butler road. They I well but the pervading the readily They are a burrowing
maps corrected But he soon get : gases i A short session of county judge's
*sit on I got fully two miles away, then I \I snake and to hide under
the Bradford County been made to show out of the butter prefer
No attempt has It because it was always repair the I cars gave a disagreeable ,I'court was held here Tuesday anda
l1IQ dare, nl systematic program all the roads In the state, but only and no one here could fix It. turned back while turning was flavor and the Ingenious schema I' few cases disposed of. Robert | ground They feed on lizards and
went well for the first "
F rot was undertaken this the main thoroughfare and such While the early cars had few gadgets good. All first one, than the other I had to be given 'up.: Simons and Fred McRae, both colored -I other small snakes..

connecting links as will aid the compared with those of today, mile; then Learning how to take care of I pleaded guilty to stealingcross -.
went dead. j > cTA.
|eel little cotton has been sold traveler to get from point to point I yet they were too complicated for of the two adventurers cylinders stood ma- a car was a slow process. Keeping ties from the Seaboard AirLine Roberts Dies

little has been sold in the conveniently. All highways Into our mechanics. R. E. Lee general There the two ponds.Now enough of water In the radiatorwas Railway Co. yard and were c. A. Roberts of Lake Butler, i,
for between cypress
rooned
around six cents a pound and out of Starke are shown. Including repairer got gray hair studying often neglected, and cars were I sentenced to six months. Earl brother of Mrs. T. C. Chastaln and i

agent! does not recommend No. 13 No. 28, No. 48 and'' the problem; but at last he reached comes Will Chase He had seen standing along the roads, Dennis and Willie Kemp, also negroes Mrs W. L. Andrews, of Starke J ..
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fto procedure k and urges all Plant- I the State Farm Road. You may receive i this conclusion: Make up your stood behind a tree and smelleth steam Issuing from their fronts?; who pleaded guilty to the died In a Jacksonville hospital Sat- '

brin' !Id their cotton and sell It I\ a copy of this map free by I mind about what to do, then do the battle from afar. He saith, while their drivers were gathering same charge last Friday before urday. He was one of Union Coun-

_ha. been ginned. calling at our office. I precisely the opposite Ha, ha"! and swallowed the up what water they could) find In'' trial, were given sentences of sixty ty's most prominent citizens being j

.. The early cars had no tops and ground running home for his equip the gum cups hanging on the pines. ,,, and ninety days, respectively. )I a former legislator and mayor of

Births Honnr Gov. Cone had wooden dashboard Instead of age consisting of a cart drawn bya The modern cars have no end George Wlggs. colored, was found' Lake Butler.
I a steer and a cow. He drove up to of A cut. one Is .. '
:(Po : windshield. The tread was wider gadgets. very ,' guilty of stealing hogs and was ]I --... --.--- ,
1 and ),Ira. Luther Woodle I State Senator Charley E. Johns and the wheels the captains and the shouting and the cubby-hole generally found to' given four months A mistrial resulted Strawberries Set

". girt September 19. :, was among the "Fred Cone Class"I than at present with the horse- offered to transport them to the right of the Indicator board. It I In the case of "Son" Fred Many

or' and Mr I seventy-five candidates initiated would not track Starke for four bits a bead--he Is for the bottle. Below It Is often Williams, colored charged with Bradford County farmers are '!
Russell
:i w. bo/, September- O'Berry, : into the Elks Lodge at Lake City drawn vehicles. The steering side. bad to charge that price on account found the radio. The driver takesa driving an automobile while intoxicated -, taking advantage of recent rains

b' 20. Wednesday night. G. L. Patten wheel was on the right-hand of the high cost of axle pull from the bottle and starts I for setting out strawberry plants, \

> yaMriMJRomai Powers, formerly of Starke but now attorney The springs were so stiff till the !grease Though the castawayswere the radio. While It croons "Near- and Indications are now that acreage

I b' September 20. I for the State Railroad Com I vibration in moving over the un cheered by human society ear, my God to Thee" he Is lulled t A Bucharest Rumania, advertisement here next year will be considerably .

fin'sad Mrs. p, D. Reddish. mission In Tallahassee was also graded roads was something terrific they refused the generous offer Into blissful slumber. And the car I for a cashier at a monthly larger than that: of last seav 4.,

.$ "oy- September 21. 'Initiated. Members attending from: and nuts bolts and screws. an
sad Mre. ** R- Edwards, here were B. Jacobs W E. Bryant I,, jarred out could be picked up Ini became of the automobile has al- .and tbe driver Is thert. I brought 423 replies. Urg acr 4gy ,of truck crop. I,
"lIoy the roads. This rattling
September 22. and Dr. H. B. McLendon. r'Iyt




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKH. FLORIDA FRIDAV. f\EPTE\IBF.R!\ :

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IN, TUB cinrtrrr coi RT of r NOTIet I Madeleine Carroll of the movies r--- -NOTicE NOTICR VOlt OF""PPLICATION was erty. under In the th
FI,01III KtliHtH JtlllCIAL Notice I IH .. n that I have 'I i <*eule Bill No. 103) berg.. Bam ? h .,
I;IH( tir HI AI,,,. Volt Hit AIIVOliU riled my FInal. Uoport and will on danced several times with King NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Unless. said

('OI >T'-. IM l'IIANC.HY Oct :Ird. 193*. apply. to the Honorable Edwards when be was Prince of that the ful1wlflC descrIbed lands. or .0 That Jame R. Walnwrlght, holder deemed according certiri; .
WINSTON E. ARNOW, et llln. K K ferryman County Judge I Notc. I. hereby giv'n to the amount due for tax. of 1-13 Tax Certificate No. 143. I*. .rty o-crlbed t" '
PIiLintitls.V r llrudfoid, County Florida, for my Wales th.r.ot a. will b. n.c..a.oy pay with eo.t or .uch sale and sued the 3rd day of August A. D. to the highest thertu
Final' DI.ehlr.. a. Admlnlatrato".t herein opposite 10 same. to..th..1 on the 6th daY or O.tob.I 1931, ha. filed I same In my jl'aba. house door bldde, I "
Hold at on the '
KJUSLABETH M COOK et alx : Estate .f E Mott. I aavenivmg. win b. puwuw auctnn the County of Br.dford. made applcaton for a tax deedto the month rl. '
DefendantsONIIffll MOITT. NOTICE OF ELECTION 1936. before the Court Hous Door at I b* .. Said certificate I I. the 5th o Octl ,\"; '

: OK HI BI.H'A'TIO% 9-I i-4t-1O-2 of Stat of Florida. embrace the following described tj""n. (dj,",., '

A ""V \riCH TO APtKAKTHH I93S WHEREAS under the Constitution the Legislature of ISIS See T B A Oeraer Taxes A Costa property In the County of Bradford usi1 ;,;.
STATE OF FLORIDA: lCIHCHT ('OIHT OF BRAI of Florida did two n".rrt..t. I State of Florida towlfLot : (OFFICIAL
of the State pa BEAD
tL To Elisabeth M Cook, Henry Clay ..nl ('OlN'r''LORIOA/ IM I Joint Revolution proposing amendment One In NW Cor of *Lake 7 8, Shore 9, 10, 11, Blic 21 Crosby A. J. TIIOMAX
Cook and/or Henry c Cook, andorH ('.:R" Lt I In SoutheastQuarter Clerk
the being
to the Constitution of W; of VE of Circuit;
Cook, SEl. of Section 24 and InNortheast s' ,
C Cook. Elisabeth Mary P'. C. HollliiKuworth and of '
Stat of Florida. and the same were 66 & WbyttO Bradford 'lr
Emma Piers; Cook.: Catherine. (treatCook. Annie B }Holllngnwol agreed to by a vote of three fifth ft N & S. _. h I S3 A. J. Wilkinson _____ SIS Quarter of Section. 2R, "I''" Fl 0,
Robert Lawrence Cook ; his wife Township (t South Rang 31 -4-5t-l-I
of all the member elected to each
Com 100 ft W of NE
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Cook, Rattle OlgerCook PI..lntlft. ( East.Th .
George. Uecilge Hippie W. Hippie, E. B. n. CASE NO. 829 house; that the vote on call Joint of WV4 of NWV! of SE" asement of the said property .tOTIE 0.PI.I' rli.,
entered their
Payne Joseph W. Cochran and J. Mary ('. A. Johns al. Resolutions were upon of NEU A run fl under the said certificate Issued FOR 'rA" "."
trading under the Defendants .t respective Journals with the yea W 100 ft. N 24S ft E 100 was In the name of Oeo. A. andA. (Senate iliii :1
Cochtan
Henry ______ 9.00 i.,.
and nay thereon and they did determine _. tt I 12 Rle Davis '
and ft to beg __ 11.
Cochran Marcott,
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of I'ayne.
OHI>Kll PI'RI.U''TIO' Hr-lT
firm name Oi and direct that the ald 11. NOTIC11 IS / .
Company (;;.hrfv. W; :;'r'\I"j' \ *.. K. AMI O''U'.J TO APPKAIl Joint Resolution be submitted to Com at SE Cor of fWV ofSWVt Unles said c..rtUoat. shall be ic.deemed Smith, h.1.1. : \. : 1\,
Henry "
I
N .
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Payne, THE "TA'loV: FLORIDA the elector of the State at the General A run W aClordlne lw. the property tlflcate No. 143, 'ism, ,' i .
: Cochran Vincent O Bold, Individually TO: Mary C A. Johns, Mary A. C. Election In November 1136. 3lSftNESOOftPIOdft. ... .. .. be sold of September. A Iv i I 0 u \ "'

anil as Trustee for "eorgeI Johns, Isaac (lark lar"ar..t CI.rk. NOW THEREFORE. I, R. thence B 174 ft S 903 ft to the highest bidder at the courthouse same In my offl. .. ,,, I. ;_ ,: :
,
W. "ld ,
). lltt. (tleorge Krug. David M C Brown t. Hul- Reoretarv of Htat of the A8tArf to beg, also certainlands door on the Monday In plication for a tax .1, I ,

Forrey and Andrew Uudlelll David' <'..org WForrey *. dish Prevail, Iu"l.. Pr..v..t.. Valentine Florida, do hereby give that a 1 of Mrs Spark.man' i''* I the month of O"Ioler.frt 1934 which thereon Said c-i, ,:.r.,."i.'',. ., ,,, _,
0 Oltt flHoige' Krug. Brown notc. I W of Ry In 8EV4 I I. the 5th. day .. 1916. the following dvx. r
:t : ,' Andruw; Iludlslll, ; T C Hip I' Pr.vat' Margaret GENERAL KLKCTIOMwill HW\ _.2 8 23 Mr. .E. F._ .John*, E.tlte.8.51 Tasted thl 22nd. day oi August, he County of Il., ,I ,,' ,, :,
,
Lee.Charles : i .
pie; Humuel A. Swann.; lleorge Dawaun Mai y t LpaJ''n. Ida John be held. In each county In Florida -I Cor I 93 6. Florida, towit.southwest Hr..I 1(
Kcberts. Wiley K Bennett Brown Ida Brown. on Tueaday next succeeding the 'E r'loJ d (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Jr.. Uovey Evelyn Uooneby. and Edward Millard .. Hiown Alice Johns. L- first Monday In November A. O 1936, CoMmwv ; A. J. THOMAS. West i t" i '
her husband.; NF 801 F Quartet if _. It
J. rioosehy, nora, Alice Johns, Alice L John the said Tuesday the I I 903 ft Clerk of Circuit Courtof Township ,
Edward T '
Ktelyn' Goolsby. and 'oli Clifford r Mary CarolineIilc b..ln. HIin \ .. I
I*>vey i Bradford
also certainland County Florida.
to
husband and Krancle James T ItjVY OF ISOVKMBRR I beg East, and ',, i; ,
Unolsby.. h-r" ; k W I.wllo 'IIHI S of Mrs Spark- 8285t25 "to' '
Wa.'ketinuii. It living and It all, Jones, CrlHsle Mary C A. i for the ratification or rejection of I W of In SBVi more or lesH

iahei" .01. any of the above namedpersons Mrown. Sebron T. H. PlenuM, the said Joint Resolution proposing man'%. Ry taxe 2SWV& I Mr*. K. F. John*. Ctat-65 to'i'iVH or APPLlCTiO. The nssessiuc ,': .1 IU I
ui" .. dead then to all perions T H. Pelenenui., Annie L Townsend, amendment to the Contltutton ha I Volt TV erty tinder IhO '
i Infilling IntercstB under. the Annie Lelghton Townsend, Mary O. of the State of Florida vlx. I of Iota ">r blk 19. Benate Bill Ovt:1 ) sued was In thn',..10. ;
... of them, dec uaB,4 W Original Town or Starke : ker. \ "
W
-i any John I I' 11 u hard.
*aid pain. Blld the landsr. Itl'h..rd. A JOINT RESOLUTION In of SW'', __ __ g jj Freeman Register _.? 43,30 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVKN
"r ,.t b..wl.( III to Richard Arthur Town..d NE' 1 That Ij a Powell, holder of Tax Unless said < fit' 1 tsf> ,
.... ii.nfi-i. dcKiilbedTu as Attoiney, In fart for Annie Leigh- Proponing' to Amend Section 3 of the wi-ta of Iota 6. 8 i>f blk IB Certificate No. 150 Issued the 3rd deemed .."coi.dlnif I "
BMteiul. and rc-hpecllvc hiiBkantf Inn, Townsend L A Luther A. Article XIII of the Constitution of Original Town >"f StarkeIn erty d *cilbed thei., .
th. day of n
D.
Pr..t August. A. 1931: baa filed "
'the stale of FlorIda Relating to Freeman Register .... 64.05 .
23 .
>.i ulvt-H of all the naluralp4r Prat. Abraham William I NEVi of aWL,. t9312S 8 same In my office and has made application the highest bldd. ,
.M>n.>> niiuieu' ahovc and the names n.vl.., .Charlotte Alberger, Mary Prfvl..n.. for the. Aged Infirm W'/ of lot* 6. II "r blk 19 for a tax deed to be IMSU- house door ni Hi, : i .,
and
of whi.ni' if\erullv and ,.-.siettVlYat. B ., *, Joseph, Cone, If alive Inf.rtulal. I Original Town "f StarkeIn ed thereon. Said certificate ..'n- the month N.\ ..,. i iI .
.. unknown 'lo Plaintiff; and If any of them he mal rl.d, then Re It He..lve4 llr The 1.<;l.U the respective husband or wife of nt The slate .( Florid i .Tnt\.h Dated this I nth d"1
To any and all unknown ,personshu W>* of lots 6. I of blk 19 County of Bradford,
.. I lalin" any c-wttle. right title.or vat h marl'led person above nln.I. That Section 1 of Article XIII of I Original Town nf Stark State of Florida to-wlt.: 193fl
IntcieHI III und Li, the lands, here- and! If dead the. heirs, legal repreNentutlves the Constitution of the State of Florida In NEVi( of SWU.im _..2)WH 8 22 Freeman Register ___. 62.43 Northwest Quarter. of SouthwestQtuarter (OFFICIAL SEA .
Utaft'i desirioeu. or any part therrt devisees, Ivgutees, grantees relating tu Provision for the I of lots 6,< 8 o? blk 19 of Section 33 Township A J. TH >\1\-

<* either, an hells.. devlseeM. iegLIteCNor and 01 bet. c..ln".I. under each. Aged Infirm, and Untortlnat., be Original Town nf Stark.In 8 South, Range 21 East, containing Clerk of "
grantee* other claimants of, such deceased nal.t.Jan. and the cant, 1* hereby NKVj of HWJ3.U\ ( S3 Freeman Register ._-- 48.30 40 Acre, more or less. of Bradf.,1. 0 i ,.
through nr under any of the above .... T. Suuier and John Me'H.* a.* and a* amended I I. agreed to ani I W'of block The assessment of the said property 9-1.6t.10-1
auned defendants, or either. of trustee under Trust Deed recordedIn shall be submitted to the elector of ed on Enseys Map Ex under the said certificate Issued I
Idem Deed Book (1 Ion page 194 et sell. the HI.t. of Florida at the next. general 8 105 ft. Original I Town was In the isime of Serena NOTH'F OP APIMIl tun, )
all corporation. thereof of the current public' record election to ba held on the first I nf Starke In NE'f' Johnson.Unless. VDKFII; :
To any and existence. may havelaminated of Kiadford County, Florida, and thesuccessors Tuesday after the first Monday inNovember SWVi _____ ._ _. ______28WV4 6 23 Mr, E. F. Johns. Ustate.43.65 said certificate shall be redeemed CWenate Bill I I NCI. inn:
vtiua eiuporate and, each
In trust of them I la
and the unknown offlcr lieneflclurle 13. for r..tflc..t, orreei'tlon of block 30 as extended according to law the prop NOTrCIJ H ':HrI'i'
.
of them and all the claimants, .. erty described therein will be sold Arw.I.. i, '" ,
ugents, trustee or Arte. Enseys Map ExS :
dlroctoi on /
other claiming Certificate No.
*, and persona XIII amended read to the bidder 217 I
a* highest at the courthouse 'h
or person, .hal al Townof
unknown person residence 105 ft. Original
ther under mud trust, (th* place of day of AnI i
low I ,
: the first
on In AU/u.l.
d00r Monday
who "
corpoiatlon In NKVi\ of
or the foregoing .
corporation save. In aiiv capacity or manner iiuceeeded of each any being every unknown) "Section 3. The respective counties I SW>t1..rk.., 1914 Taxe.28 (J 22 Mr*. E F. Johns, Bstate.43.03t.otcO&1exN9'uuftOf the month of October 1936. which "am.application for i i .
.
,
persona I the a tux I d i ,
title : 6th. day of October 1936.
to nt urciulied\ any right Land and Immigration I Com- of the State shall provide In themanner sued thereon Said .
Klcutdu ,
or In''''''''.' .of any kind or tharcter jiany of Florida, Florida Land and I pr./'rlb..d by l.w. for tboseof lot 1 blk 1. Llvll1l..ton 193A Dated, thin 22nd., day of August, bracf the following ".1.i t ,",i,,
In ami tu the land hereinafter mmlKrutlon Company. First Bond the who by reason of Truby & Co's AI.lt.o erty In the Count\ i
described 1 ; and Mortgage Company of Famevllle. .- age Infirmity or misfortune may to Starke In (OFFICIAL SEAL State of Florida. u i... 1,
To the officer .Agents, and True- The Florida Land and Immigration have claim upon the aid and sympathy NE14 _.___________ .2 ( 22 Mrs. Inez Green ...__ 1530 A. J. THOMAS Lot ss
12. Town of I ,
tee and all unknown peisons. firms FI.rld.. Kail road I of society; provided. however, LatsO&lexN9'uftof Clerk of Circuit Court I." i:IV I
corporations" claiming an Interest (0, Ipany. *uccn*..ori grantees the Legislature may by general law lot 1 blk 1. Livingston Bradford County, Florida. Railway 28 In Se. I 11.,,<, 'I
er : : und lnmntaration Company. provide for a uniform Statewidesystem '. I 8.2S.5t9.nNOTIF Township r ft:',nil' i I. ,",,.
Lund
under the Florida assigns und other cl..ln.ntl Trubv & Co's Addition East.
Company in und to the under them anil. each of them; and for sucli benefit. and appropriate to In WV of .

lands hereinafter described; parties claiming Interest under money therefor; but no ..uchK..ral I'Ilark.1B34 Taxes __ _.2 6 22 Mr'. Inn preen ____-_ .& Of APPI.ICATION The assessment' .I i i
NII. ,
To Mutual Naval Stores Company .I named person or corpor law shall provide b..n..Ut.to 2. 3 of blk 10. Livingston TA ertv ull..r the Milct ""11 ,,1"1 i" 1(
a poratInn" under the law of the any of them, or other any person who chall nut have 1.01. Truby A Co's (Senate Bill No. 18 sued wee the 'nm.. .: 'i, .
State of Florida, If mill III existence, rl.oi the following descrllvd been a resident of the State of Florida Addition to Starke, In NOTICE Harmon.ITnleH .

and If not In existence u* a coipor- situate In Biadford, County.Floildu for a period of flv_ year continuously WV4 of NEVi -- _. ____ 6 Mr*. Maria Thornton _. 477 That u.fS St'E ol .* ald certin i .I i il
property 2
atlon. to 'the officer. agent and to-wlt: next preeeedlng hi* application Lots 1, 2, 3, li 13, 14 of.2 Tax. ( .. .. deemed accoidlng" i t [I"i s 'i ",
trustee and all unknown person, therefor nor shall such general blk 18 Livingston. Tru ;Jn/Ij A. D. 1934, hag erty described Ih"'I'" i ii,
,
of of HWV and 8% of law provide for benefit to any filed office to the. highest blcldoi, .' ,
curlormLtioIIa. claiming anInterest Addition toStarke '. :r.Ofl/ my and hag "
firms or NEt by A Co'
under Mutual Naval HIoreaCutimpany. wCji of ( of SWV*. und, commencing ofNorthwenr person solely on account of ace whoa In '" of 8 F. MoLt 3388 mad for a I..x deed to house door on the fli, vi i u s,I
chain South \ NEv.2 2 V. ------- be the month of ,
a t poratlon.. In and to : of NEVi of not attained the age of lxty- Lot 4, 5. 6. of I".u.d Said c..rtflcat. Octob.i I I'i .vl,
corner that embrace. the Bth day of OetsI..i'
the lands hereinafter described; five years; Provided, further Livingston Truby ACo's the following t i r
To The First National Bank of HWVi and run South 3 chains, where by any law of the United Addition to StarkeIn property In the County of Bradford Dated'this 24th' inc i t

Hanover. Pennsylvania, a corporalion Kust 3V chums. North 3 chains. States. a 1..1. or dltt.r..nt periodof of ',. ______ 5 23 I. ThomasXfose 9.75 State of Florida, to-wlt: 1938. .
West 8 chains to beginning, ... ... shall W. r' 2 -- ---
or cItizenship R lot of Block
under the laws of the UnitedIateN I 7 age Lot Living tev..n 11. Living (OFFICIAL SEAL)
H Township
all In be fixed In order for the State of Pro
with Its office and place of : ston. A Co' Addition to
.
$ also allof ston. Truby E. Subdivision A J THOMAS
22 East :
South l Florida to In Federal Stark. Section
participate 23
*>ualne..H In Hanover. Pennsylvania; : NWi of NWV4 Went any In NEVi of Township 6 Clerk of 's.mi,
I NV4 grant that might be made for South. Range East Ireul
and Company
To tJeorg W. Hippie Railroad, NEVi 28 8 22 Graham 2 of Bradford
of Seaboard Air Line --- ------- r
if u corporation und if In existence In Section 17, Much purposes, the Legislature I may I Blocks 37, 3H, Livingston- 1.51 The a..m.nt of the paid prop- '
at this time, and If a corporation right-of-way prescribe such r"'ulr..m."t.. a* to 1259.2a
22 Truby Co's Subdivision
South Range
7 & .
Township .
and not In existence, thenlo Davis citizenship age r..ld..l1c. a. will In of NE'/t' .____ 6 22 A. 0. Jenklna
Iota 1,1 15 and 18 of 2 ----- -
the officers, agents and trustees la.I. ctnd Truby' Subdivision be .onlstent with and not In" conflict I I 9, NEV S 8 ft of lot. 1 1 acre In SWVi hounded
and all unknown person claiming .. plat thereof recordedIn with such Federal I Law. I Lot, 8 of &B N. J. Jones N by J. o. Alvare and
any Interest. under. Hemge W. Hippie Peed as per Hook K, page 680 there Approved June 4. 1935. Addition to Starke In I 10 by Adam St If Continued -

and Co tu pan I In and, to the lands nf_ nf the current public record SEVi of NW' W of Wal- south by ry I.nd.
hereinafter described If not a corurittioii. of Bradford-(County Florida also nut'St. __ ___ __2 8 I Dr. A. E. Dunham ___. 22.65 A W by Geo. Tompeett
.. then t.. all unknown perOIIB .- A JOINT RRSOLUriONProponing lends, ,.. o. Alvarez
Ad-
; ; ; US of 8W of NHJVi of Section Lots 2. .3, 4 of blk C. N. ..1.Jonem. .
: auoes..rs, legal repreBentaUveH ft, TownshIp 7 South flange an Am.ndm..nt to Article Addition to dillon to Stnrke S of
or acclaims claiming an Inl..r.l of the Constitution of the Ilark. Madison A W of Walnut
und.I..rll'., > .. W. Hippie and 22 East, VII of Florida. to Citiesand In SEV4 of NWVi St. 1134 Taxes. ______
___28 6 22
_
Company, and the Individual com- TAKI3 NO'rll'l that a stilt, has been Count! *. Ih'latv. Walnut St. _____2 6 22 Dr. E. L Biggs Estate. 1.1 One lot lying E of Christian Elisabeth O Lamli

pricing' Biuh firm In and to the land .. .above named Court Lot 2. 3. 4 of talk C. N. J. Church A boundedS
hereinafter. deHflibed; and cause by the filing of u sworn He I H..I..d B, TI. Lralelstureof Jones Addition to SI..rk. by Call St and E by
You .and each of you fire hereby hill: of complaint I bv the above named The Stale of Florldai In SEVi of NWV4 W ofWalnut a Broadway St 28 6 22
everally notified tnat Winston K.1 F. C. Holllngeworth and Annie That the following Amendment to Bt.. 1911 Taxes-23 6 22 Dr. E. L.. Bigg E.lat.. 2.3 One lot lying E-of- --Christian ----- Fr..man ReglMMi'

Aruow. Hal Hdward and Highland I U HollmgBworth, his wife, a* plaintiff Article VII nt the Constitution of Lots 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. Church & bounded
Timberland. Company. Inc.. a corpor *, seeking to iiulet and cnficmtheir the "tat. Florida relative to cities Jones Addition to Starke S by Call St. and E by
aLien have filed their aworn Bill 1'1101 title, and that of eachof counties to be numbered In SBVt of Broadway St. tax .23 6 22 _' .l 4
of Complaint, In the Circuit Court them, ( which they warranted to Section 10 of said Article VIII, be Walnut St.. 1012 lh'"OfU ( 23 Dr. B. 1-.. Bigg Estate 23 One lot lying E 193 Christlan Freeman. Register
for Hiadford County, Florida their grantee* of record) a. an Indefeaalble and the same I. hereby. agreed to LoLa 2. 3. 4 of elk C. N. Church A bounded
awaloiit you and each of you a* defendant fee simple title to the and ahal be submitted to the elector Jones Addition to Starke B by Call St and B by
*. eeeklnv the foreclotmre of above described I lands, (such quieting h. State at the (leneralKlectlon I In SEVi' of NWW W ofWalnut Broadway St. 1932 tax. .28 6 23 .
certain tax sale certificate covering title to enure to the benefit of to he held on the First Nt .tJ.Taxes .2 6 2 Dr. E. L Bigg Estate 2.8 One lot lying E of Christian Freeman Register
the land, descrIbed a. follow, their gmnteesi' AOAINST YOU ANU Tuesday after the first Monday In I Lot 2. 3, 4 of blk C N. J. Church & bounded
: t.. wit: BACH OF YOU AH DEFENDANTS.aunt November A. D. 1936, for ratification i Jones Addition to StarkeIn S by Call St and B by

All of Heitlon Twenty (20); all of also ogaln.t the following other or rJ..ctlon. to-wi: HKV4 of NWVi\ W ofWalnut Broadway St. 1933 tax 28 8 22 Freeman Register
defendant. to-wit Ethel M. St, 1934 Taxe.28. 6 22 Dr, E. Cstat. 18.IIt
STtlon Twi.ntv-one (Jl), all of HecUou Section 10. The Legislature ahal L BI..a One lot lying E of Chrl"-
Twenty-two 182) ; all of Election I-tlKg .me administratrix of the estate have power to ..establish One lot ft N & S by than Church & bounded

Twenty-three <2J>. except of I':. L. Bigg, deceased. MosellMOruder. abolish a Municipal corporation to GO ft I 11 W E of adJoining t S by Call St and B by

Hc>uth-...a..t cjuarler of XoutheaetVuurtoi J H. M"f"ud..r.. Mr Dea be known a* the City of Key.uti blk 1. Temple Brladway St. 19.14 tax 2 6 22 Freeman Regtstei,
; all of Section Twenty-four Maud M Brownie extending territorially t Addition to Starke in eOd of San-
4x<>; Nnrth-eant IN ;'4) Quarter oforthe&ttit Week Wilson ,a* adnilnlwtratrlce. of the present limits of Monroe County NRV4 of NWVi' WV4 of A Hogan

(( (NHVi" j .1) Quarter VS eelhalf the estate of W. T Week, deceased, In the place of any or all county NEVi W nf Uy' &______ __..88One 6 2 Mr*. n. H.; Smith.,.,,.. 33.45 rnNr.r on vain
( Wi'x! ) of N'oltll-enet 60 ft S 62
lot ft N &
by
; of Northwest I YOU AND YOU TO board, bodies. and officers 11 J "
(quarter, Noith-hnir: (NMi\ > i JJAL'H OJ NTI.'rrEI 60 ft W E of adJoining r to Hogan Alley thence
(NWiQuarter: of Suction APPKAH IN I constitutional or vtatutory. F blk 1. Temple to beg. ___ __ _____28 6 22 (. Dr. E. I BI"". lOI.ate
Oetoh..rrn .
all of Section CAUsn, on Monday legislative., ., judicial or ad. .
Twenty-five ((251.' :
.x.cutv. Com at NW of N..nd..rNon
Starke In cor
alle Addition to -
1-). 1918.: otherwise the ..
all of prescribe the
Twenty-Bkx i4H; > ; mlnl.lrallv., .
A
of of HunanAlley
of said bill of "mpl..lntwil NK'4 NWVi WIJ Ln.
TwentyBIV of(37)Houth-eaBt, except 1'1..11.1 be* taken n* confessed., by you. Jurl..dh'lon. such power municipal, duties and. NE'Xi W of rty.'IS3128 6 2 Mr*. E, H. Smith. .____ 3.1 & N on said .
east Quarter order. of publication and noticeto corporation One lot 114 ft N & S by Lane 5J ft W 50 ft S 54
WeNt-hal its legislative executive, Judicial

Korth-halt (NS), '
Order 50 ft U A W B of ad to Hogan Alley thence
to .
IH issued pursuant t
and |
of Kouth-wext (SW ,.) QuarteriitoutheuBt app..r admlnl..tratv. department to 1931 taxes .. .28Com 8 22 "it.tte
blk I. Temple
KHVi' ) Quarter of South' i of A. Z. Adklns, Judge ofaitwe and It and officers joining h.A. Dr. E. L. Blggn
Stark In at cor of San-
WethalfWMj I named Court rendered here- ; to divide the territory. Included Addition to
weaL HWVi Qiiaiter' ;
demon Lane A
A of Hogan
:
< ) of Houth-eavt. (SE%) Quarter; .Wltne hand and the official In such municipality Into subordinate N.' o of NWVi By. 1933 WV4..__28 6 Mr*. F.. H. Smith .____ 39.7S Alley &run N on said
of Southeast tny district I and to prescribe I 2
Nurt1i-eHt (NhiVi\ Quarter NE4
W
Lane ft 50 ft S 52
114 ft N A by
Starke,
of said Court, at .
of Section Twen- Heal just and reasonable ytem of taxation 1
(HKy4)! ) quarter ,
60 ft E A W E of. ad- Hogan thence
3rd
Bradford County, Florida this r AI..y
'Jr..I"ht (2H 1I; all of Section Twenty- for .uch municipality and districts .
_
beg, 23Com 6 22 -
blk I.
Dr.
nine I 21)) KaBt-half: ( KVu\ ) of North. day' OfA ; .t"A. P. 1936 ; and to fix the liability of joining to Stark.TempleeAddition InN ot NW cor of San E. I. BlaF'al

rant (NKVi Quarter. ; Ka: ..t-half (Hft) .IT such municipality and district. A derson Lane A Hogan
of of
.f Mouth-eaBl. SHU) Quarter. .."d..11 A* Circuit County Court Bonded and other Indebtedness, existing NEVi 1Y! of NWVI Ry 1933 WVJ______2 6 t Mrs.'E. H. Smith...... 4f98 Alley run N on said
.f Wet-half ( WU. of Nurlh..a.tCoNF. Florid. at the time of the eetabliah.ntent Lane ft W 50 ft S S3
'.) Quarter lyIng Caat of River 1 COFFICIAU SFOAL: ) of such municipality, shall be One lot 114 ft N A R by ft to Hogan Alley thenceE
in Seition. Thirty ( to '
beg. 1933 taxe ,._.. 6 22 Dr. E. Plus Ctat.
INE .) Quarter. of Section Thirty 1 for PI..lntffa. theretofore taxable therefor. The joining blk 1. TempleaAddition 2 L
.. and 9-4-Ot-IO-J Legislature from to time to Stark. In Com at NW cor of San
lw (JJ) : North-half INI( ,) shall time .
: North-eMHt (Nb;!'4) Quarter of Boutht determine what portion of said municipality NKVi of NWVi A. WV4 of .' demon Lane A Hogan
;, 6 Mr.. E. H. Smith....._ Alley run N on said
_
t, -* (SE U Quarter. of Sectionthirtythree OP F.Ll'TlOw) Is a rural area and ahometead NEV4 Wof Ry, 13 U 3.4 '
(3a; ) ; Kat-half (KM" ,) To "OTI'F of Bradford County. In such rural ar.. .hal Lot. 13, 14 of blk Lane ft W BO ft S B2
.( (NBVi < not be limited a. If In a pies Addition to Starke, to Hogan thence
of the state of Florida:
K .UI t..t..a.t4W. > &uor trl".J1 Be It Known, That I, R A. Orny, town. Such municipality may exercise in NFy' of NWH A WV4 t to beg tIx ...23 6 23 Dr. E. L BlggiEma "
North-eaMt. (NKV4)( Quarter South- secretary of the State of Florida, all the power of a municipal of \ W of Ry.U 6 23 Mr. S.. n.O"born' ___.. U.S &Nor W 52"< ft
eaBt (.SK'i: ) Quarter" of Northwest4NW4) hereby give noli.. that aUK.MtOHtl. corporation and .h..1 also be recognled NH of hIlt 1 ex lot II ANVj by N A Sbounded
N
Quarter Weet-half ( WM) of a. one of legal political of 9. TemplesAddition by JacksonSt. '. .
Nnrth-wiiBt (\N\VV.( and Mouth-half Will be held In FLE'TIO' divisions of the State with the duties tn Stark., In W by tlayHti
'ra.tord and obligation of and NKVi of WVj of Hoitan Alley. -_ -_ 6 22 Dr. E. B! B-i, de
f senIoR Thirty-four (n."; all of State of Florida, Tuesday nextnucceedlng a county NW1 & .y2 t .
Srrtlon Thirty-five ((35), except the first Monday In No- ..h..1 be entitled to all the power. N.11 W R.. --___I 8 1 Oeo. F. Scott __ .___ 20.5 The B *NV ", ...t.h..lt ot Honth-eoBt Quarter. and privilege. Including representation Addition
: ; vember. A. l). 1939. the said Tues- SV4 of blk 14. Temple bounded N by JacksonSt.
and North-half of North-w, in the state Legislature,
(N'ig> day being to Starke In NEViof W
INWm of SectIon Thlrty- 11"Third which would accrue to It If It werea of NE Ht ,.
Quarter )." of A '
N.v..m. NW' Hogan '1 1931 tSaY2 6> i'
( six. Oi* >. all beIng In Township Four For Hnlted Htnte .. frol the county. All property of Monroe WI -----28 8 22 Fred A. Scot _-_. 1.4 The Nof :. lot 823 Dr. E. L. Bin
44). South. Ranee Twenty-two Oil, State of Florida for .. yearunexpired County and of the municipality In. Lof 30 of blk 24 'rempleaAddition HA W l>v 0 ft N A Sbounded
.:" .1 ; term of Duncan U.FI.trh..r said county shall vest In such municipal to Starke In N Jackson
.\1.." Norlh-ennt (INK" ) Quarter ofKnuthweBt d..a..d corporation when established NKVi of NWVi' WU, of by

.; ) Quarter of SecllnH Far Cnlted Suites Senator frnl the a* herein provided The office of NEVi W of y" --_-_ .28 8 23 Mr. Miron Harmon _.. 3.48 tl.. ar9tt: by. ?,
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Three IIrl-V1.; : w Five (6)). State of Florida. for th. year. the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Lot I. 4, 5. 6, 7, 8. 11, 12. ftlf ft 2 6 I Dr. E. L Biggs E.1
South, Itanife Twenty-two (J3). unexplred term of Park Tratnmell Sheriff shall not be abolished but 13. 14 of blk 24 Temple.Addition .. byliOftNSS W
r:.iMt, and to cancel and terminateany deceased.For the Legislature may prescribe the to Stark., In bounded N
Interest that you may nave In seven <7) Presidential F.lector. time .when and the method by NKVI A WVi of by Jark.ont..f

.nd to aid landuUT For One Representative of the Second which. such office shall ba filled NEVi fy ? --_--28 ( I 0.0. F. Scott ____-___ 18.43 tl.. by. _' Eclair
: I* FURTHKK ORDERED that Congressional District of and the eompen..aton to be paid to Lot 9. of blk 27. Temple The :rlitIX -ft 2 4 22 Dr. E. L Bugs

you and each of you do appear In the State of Florida.. In the Sev.entvflfth such vest In them Addition to fltarke B by Sbounded
aid cause at the Clerk'. office In Congress of the United additional po".r" and dull*. No in of A WV4 30
NW' N
lite Court house In Mtarke. Brad- State county office hall be abollnhed orconsolidated of NF'. W ____ _28 8 I Dr. E. L Blggt Estate. I.8 Jack..onfc.f S

lard County, Florida on Monday, For Oovernor of the State of Florida with another office Lot 9. 10 of blk 27. Temple t,.. Tax2S by KotthIC' .
Ih. 6th day of October A. l>. 11131. without making provision for the Addition to Rtarke '.ar9f'W of I 22 Dr. E. L BIgge

r the cam being Knle Day, and thereafter For Secretary of State of the Stateaf performance of all State duties noW In NFV. of NWV4 A WV4 of
file your answer or other Florida. or hereafter prescribed by law to be of NE' W of Ry 1M1 .I (23 Dr. E. L Biggs Estate2.87 ( Rand..ronIan

i\M4latf a* you may be advised, or For Attorney General of the Slate performed county officer.Nothing : Lot of blk *7. Tem- run N 117 W Aley .
':eere* pro confeBNuvlll be entered of Florida.For Or1b herein shall affect pies. Addition to Starke 13 ft W t S S ft to
.....In.( you Comptroller of the State of III of the In; NEH of NWVj of W>( Hogan 5. E
If IS FURTHER ORDERED that State of Florida < Dr. E. Bigg Estate. S.87t Al. thence
Florida. I Con.tluton of NBv W of Ry 13.2 I L 140 ft to .. 12 E. Bigg Estate
Dr.
hue order b. published once a week For Treasurer. of the Stat. of Florid .. auch provlalon therein Lot 9, 10 of blk 2?. -.1 L
for four consecutIve week In Bradused *. ae relate to regulating the Jurisdiction plea Addition to Stark One lot com 5
( County Telegraph, a ne..riipahllhed For Superintendent' of Public Instruction and duties of any c1.... of officer In NE>4 of NWVj of W14 NW COI of Sanderson
>. In Bradford County of the Stat of Florida. I *, to summoning and Impanellinggrand of < W of Ry 1933__28 I Dr. E. L Bigg Estate. 4.8 Lane Hogan Alley .
.'....- For Commissioner of Agriculture of and petit juries to assessing Lot NE", of blk ft. TemRles run N 117 ft W 8 r
t4iNE: AND ORDKHED at Cham- the State of Florida and collecting tales for county purposes Addition to Starke 63 ft W S6 ft 8t ;Mt
Lcrs In Hlarke, Florida thl 2nd day For Two Justice* of the Supreme and to regulating the fee andcompensation of NWVi WVs Hogan Alley, t|
<* Hepteinber." A. D. 103. Court of county officer. No of NF' W of Ry.'1934 2 S I Dr. E. L Bigg E.tate '.8 140 f to beg, 1931 tax _1 S I Dr. E. L Bl"... E.Is
A. Z. AUKINS For One Railroad omml..lon.1 of law authorising the establishing or Lot I. 2. 5. 6. of S A One com 60 ft W of
Judce the Stale of aboll.hln. of such Municipal cor land S of blk 2 Und NW Car of Sanderson
.....5t.to1IIN State for Fifteenth Sen to this Section line. O AlvareZ addition Lane A Hogan Alley ,.
1"1 0.101. of the State of shall become, operative or effective t Starke -- ---28 6 23 Mrs. S. F. Hamrick .._. 1.1 run N 117 ft W S r'
< IKCI-IT C..l HT IM AIVD FORBHAIiPWKII Florida. until approved by a majority of the Lots 1. 2, 5. 6. of blk S A 81 I W 55 ft S &2 to .

tOlM'V! I" tl54- For line Member of the House of qualified elector participating land S of blk 2 to land f Alley thence B E-"u
( Eli Y."AIIO'O Representative of the State of an .election held In said county but line J <>. Alvare addition 'l ft to beg 19J2 tax..28 8 I Dr. E. L Bl>(* j jfl
UNitERIlILf ) Florida. .o long a* such municipal corporation Starke, 1914 .__. 29 6 23 Mr*. 8. F, Hamrlck..,,_.. 57.00 One [. com 50 ft W of
Plaintiff ) For County Judge. exist under thl Section the Lots I; 2. 4. 9. 10. 11, 12nf NW Cur of Sanderson
... ) DIVORCE; For Legislature may amend or extendthe hilt :. J. n. Alvares I Lane A Hogan Alley
JOHN1M. LOTT t'NOKUHll.l, For Mb..rlf. the Circuit Court. law aulhurl.lno the came without Addition to Stark S of run N lIT t W K r'
Defendant qualified voters 81 W 55 S to
) County Assessor of Taxes. r.t..r..ndul Madison A W of Walnut I
((HIII--II !>!.' "I'HI.U"'I" "" For.1 Tax Collector. ** Legislative act providing St. 8 22 Elliabeth O. Lamb ___ 2554 Alley: thence E ,tOne .1
** feOIIIH '1'0 APPEAR Fur County Superintendent. of Public fur such amendment. or extension 1.01. 1. 2. 3---------------8-I t" beg 1933 tax. 2 23 Dr E. L BIU.r E
'er Jiftjake\ l.ott l'n ...,den,* be unknown- For Countr Surveyor Addition to Starke It U hereby. ordered that you are For Vive County Commissioners Approved June 4. 1935. MH.IlnrA W ( f Walnut Lane. A Hogan Alley A
roiiulved to ..pn..r..n October 5, For Three. Member nf the County St. Is i Taxei ..... 2 t 22 Elizabeth a. La Tib _... 33.40 run N 117 t W 87 ft S
t>16 before the above entitled Court Board nf Public Instruction. Lots 1. 2. 3 4 9, 10. II, 12 81 ft W S5 8 S2V& ft to
to the bill of Complaint filed. For Justice of the Peace In and fort The vote cast In compliance with of blk 4.: ." 0. AlvareaAddition Hogan Alley' thence e*'.t|
again you In the above entitled following Justice District, aid proposed amendments. and the to Jtarke S of 140 ft to beg 1934 tax 111 8 Dr. B. L Big*'

.-.".-. and the Bradford CountyTeteKriiph *' canvass. declaration and return Madison St A W of Walnut S Part of a 6 acre lot com .'
I I. hereby designated. a. K. th.r..of. shall be subjected to the St. --_--_-_-__-----2 < 21 ElIzabeth O. Lamb ___ 14.25 at KB cor of land formerly -
the. duly qualified newspaper inwhl'h For .. ,. In and for the following came regulation and restrictions Lots 1. 2. 3 4, 12 owned. by T. W.
tht Order. shall be published .,"..11,.. District, Via: a. are provided by II" for general I of hilt 4.: J. 'o.IOI"r .. Sweat A run a to E line
exice a* week. for four cousscutiv.okI. No.2 ,election In the Florida Addilon to of of Sec 29, thence 8 on
.. In Testimony Whereof I have IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, W of Walnut Sec line 220 yard,
Witness my hand and the seal of hereunto set m hand affixed I have hereunto ..t my St..n I \t Taxe __..28 4 I Elliabth Q. Lamb ___..H.21 thence. W to SB cor of
,,,Ia ,'ourt at tltarke, "'Iorld. thl 11 the (- '....., Seal anl the hand and affixed the Great 3 acre In SWI boundedN land formerly owned. by
day "f rtember.| A. 1;). 1113&. Stat of Florida at Tallahassee Heal of the State of Florida b J. ( ..* and said Iw..al. thence N to
tOF.I< :AI.. the Capital, thl the !UU at Tallahassee, the FI ) Adam St I Continued beg NEVJ of $F.I..I9 S 23 J. Rothlls
A. J THOMAS day of August. A. D 1910. this the 1st day of August outh by land 4 acres In SEVi of SEVt '
A. Clerk of The Clr.ul Court ((1.8.1 R. A. tIRAY D. 193*. A W Oo. Tompiettlands. bounded N bv Field.
Bradford County. 1'lorld. Secretary of Stat (SEALyA. .bI O. Alvares Addition Place W by land of Mr.
T FRANK. LANDIlt'M fT.. A. O. ANDIEl. Sheriff Brad R- A. ORAT. Starke H of %'ella S by Ry A E by

alt, for Plaintiff. ('oullt. Secretary i Blat.. W of Walnut _____*9 _
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....IU .10-1 S.4.,.10.1 l-T.lll.U4t Bt. .. .. 2* 1 I Ellxabeth O. Lamb __ t.1 I LCARL JOHNS. ,

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8Lr IE TWO. .----- ---- ------- ... __ _. _.__ ... .. STAKKE._ FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEITEMBER: 25. 1936 NUMBER TWO.
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ED1TOKI\L STAFF Home Science LIBRARY
Class OIUi.\MZEI

EPrrR.INCHIEF1RtNIA Elects OfficersThe C The B. H. S. Library Is now un- SOCIETY Assembly Celebrates

FUGATE der tho supervision of Mrs L. A Constitution DayThe
\ ( Myrttce; Klllingsworth, FlortedKlllingsworth 11
Gray and student librarians have II ELEMENTARY ECHOES ] I
Home
IflERARY EDITOR Science class met for been and Beatrice Mone-
t appointed. follows: celebrated Con-
the first assembly :
HEMINGWAY time with the county ley spent the day with Grace Ar-
ARTI1.E! nurse, Mrs. Hickok. Martile Hemingway, Chairman. wood In Lawtey, Sunday. stitution Day September 18, 1936.
EDITOR let Pt'rlod-Edna Pearce, Lillian with the following program: I ,
SOCIETY We were honored by having Sec. Stump.2nd Virginia Alvarez was visiting In America

I DpgiED KIULINCSWORTH tional Chairman of Health Depart- Period Gainesville. Sunday. Sixth Grades Elect Patriotic Program
-Doshia Smith, DorIs Lord's. Prayer.
ment
Mrs. Sogaard. who Vernle
SPECIAL REPORTER gave a l Strickland.3rd Phillips spent Saturday Salute.
Flag
Officers For YearThe Thursday Morning
LOIS JUDD very interesting talk. In Jacksonville.
Period-Lois Judd, Irene David 1. The Flag SI>eaka"-Katie
,- '_.----- The first thing we did was to Mildred Brown and Vernle Phil- -
rL\\'ISG- THE GAME elect officers. The following were lips visited the State Farm. Sun- Fugate. sixth grade students In Mrs. This week being Constitution
elected: 4th Period-Marion Dowling, 2. Respect Due the Stars and Grace Walnwrlghfs home!! room Week our program wan' a patriotic -

A, first rule of the playing President-Frances Peek. Betty Green. day.Etta Fae Dyal the week Stripes-Virginia Ftigate. held an election last week. The program. We sang "America,"

j U to lay the foundation of a Secretary-Clarice Gill. 5th Period Mlldren Brown end with Anita Wainwright.spent 3. Reading-Willis Smith. following officers were selected: followed by the Lord's Prayer. Two
at splendid manhood. WeIIGId Publicity Chairman-Katie Fu- Frances Lee Peek. 4. RradlDg --Vernle Phillips. PresidentViolet Johnson: Vice- girls from the sixth grade held our
play a game for Ito own' gate. 6th Period-Lois Moore Doris Doshla Smith. spent the week- B. America for Me Harriet president--Richard Jackson: Sec new flag while we saluted It The

Dever tor profit at the ex- Monitor-Virginia Fugate. Strickland.We end in Brooker. Benson. rt'tary-.Sara BarefootThe following recitations were then
somebody else. If thelli Lillian visit rj the State given:
of Aims of our Home Science are going to cooperate with Motieley 6. Our FlagArle Tillman. president then appointed
I not interesting enough In Course are: Mrs. Gray and try to make the library Farm. Friday night and Saturday. 7. Flag of Our Land--Enon students to attend to various tasks 1. "Flag of My Land, by Leon-

J we should leave It alone.the 1. To develop character: : and per more of a success than ever. Grace Anvcod. Beatrice Moseleyand Hayes, Shirley Morgan, Buck Mc for this month as follows: Jimmie ard Peek and Edgar Wilkinson
game for the game, and sonality. If anyone has any books that Rosa Mae Rowe spent Satur- Mil Ian. Griffin. and Leslie Reynolds wastebasket I 2. "The Flag" by Elbert Earl
but the game. We day in Jacksonville.Eighth and floors Buford McKln- I Thornton.
thing of a. By studying character and he wishes to donate to the B. H. S. _.._ S. The Flag Jean Davis.
thlJlk of the game and not personality traits.b. Library, please notify the office ---- 9. Salute the Colors-Ralph ney windows; Doris Mae Gaffney I, 3. "Our Flag," by Gloria Price.

wlveone That game Is lost In By checking character chartto and we will be glad to call for Grade Room Rhodes. and Alvertlne Johnson black I 4. "Rules for the Flag" by a

\ seeks his own glory. We realize the weaknesses and im them. What the Flag Means By five boards and erasers, Rethn Gelger.clenk group of sixth grade girls after y
"7J4 be good losers, and bear the prove where needed.c. Ready For WorkThe IDA Girls. inspector; Joe Andrews, Jr. 'which the Star Spangled Banner
Any donations would be
< with grace and cheerfulness Take part in extra-curricula greatly policeman: Onle Mae Starling was played.
who baa played the appreciated. 10. Laws Governing the Flag bulletin board Anderson,
la well Virginia
,i victor activities.d. eighth grade or- ; I 6. "A Song for Flag Day," by
",. The unity of all for a single Learn to aid others In devel- Martile Hemingway. Ch'm'n. ganized and ready for work. Committees Mary Lorraine Stockwell. plants; Frances Noegel and Mary Betty Hayes.

!III li the condition without oping character. ---- to look after the room 11. The Constitution-.Prof, L.I Jane Jordan flowers; Doris Thomas 6. "My Flag' by John Klnlaw.

ttJI'oo' game Is won. Play well 2. To realize that good health I Commercial ClubIs improvement A. Gray. ; nurse: Clarice Thomas maga- 7. "The Flag," by Gloria Cooper. -
via means greater efficiency In school, I l 12. Announcements- -By Mr. zine stand; Katherine Klnlaw reporter .
at home, and In social activities.a. OrganizedStudents ( Through the kindness of Dorothy Gray. ; Freddie Wlmberly book- }

TilE GAME Learn how to keep the body 'Alvarez our room has a dally newspaper The school had several special case. 8. ""There's No Land Like Our

Urantland lUre healthy.b. of the Commercial Department from which students study programs In the home rooms on' Joe Andrews, Jr., is In charge of Land by Billy Ovrstret.
By Check the health chart week- met In the auditorium current history. We have established the Constitution during the week. an "Uncle Ray's Corner" scrap- 9. "Our Flag" by Doris Prevail -

play It out-this little game ly and make Improvements where last Wednesday for the purpose of a reading table which Is well The student body marched to book, and Freddie Wimberly Is In Shirley I'olley and Patsy

called life needed. organizing a Commercial Club. ; stocked with books and magazines. the ground at 8:40: Friday morn- charge of the "Believe It Or Not" Keen.

e we are listed for so brief aspell 3. To learn how to care for our Mr. Benson head of commercial On one end of the table Is now displayed Ing and Mr. Gray had a very 1mpreaslve scrapbook 10. "Let the Flag Wave" by

; own self and family, department, presided over the a large collection of sea dedication service for the The following officers were Ovelilo Thomas. '

jut to win, amid the tumult a. By home hygiene and care meeting. He called on Mr. Grayto shells contributed by Mary Lorraine new flag, which has been placed elected and committees: appointed' 11. A song, "La Cucuracha. ," by

rise of the sick. give a short talk on the benefits Stockwell. We hope to make on the flag pole on the school In Mrs Eunice Searing's sixth Dorothy Green and Geraldine 811-

(where acclaim and gay ap- 4. To learn how to do as many of this club. our room a place of joy and happiness grounds grade room. cox.Mr. {

plauses swell; things as possible that will be of After having elected the officers I where we may live as well -.- ----- PresidentGloria Buford. Gray then gave a talk 9

just to conquer where some value In the future. and various committees the meetIng as learn.sometime"Won't..you?" Thanks.come up to Senior Class HoldsImportant Vice President--Jullnn/ McRae. about the Constitution and made
1. Manners and etiquette. was adjourned until next week. see us Secretary -- Ida Lulu Davis. announcements, after which we all
die must loose I ,
ich the goal whatever be the i 2. Learn to plan balanced The Constitutional committee, M. L. Stockwell. Reporter Meeting Librarian- -Doris Brown. went buck to our rooms

COlt:: meals. met In the auditorium and drew upa I Plant Chairman-Glndys Lee. Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter.

|> there are other, better ways Constitution and by-laws for the I JOKES"Madam The seniors of 1930-'31 had their!! Board Chairman--Tommy Rey- -
choose, Sophomore Class club. If this club Is a success I' second thrilling meeting of the nolds. 01TK ANCESTOKSERET!: !: y

which we all hope It to be. it will this shoe will fit like a year Friday at nine-thirty to select
ugh i In the end the battle maybe Health Chairman-Dorothy Lee Both sixth grade classes have \\1,
lost Elects Officers be the first In the state, and we glove." the invitations to their commence Johns. had lots of fun In history this week '
-- wish It t().be a model one. ment. Mr Matthews, the Bradford Science Chairman
"That's just the trouble. It oughtto -- Carolyn trying to find out the names and ;.
iti play It out as If It were a Last Monday morning the students ---. fit more like a shoe.Atlanta County Telegraph editor brought Green. nationalities of their great-grand-

f/OrL/) of the lOA held a meeting and EDI'CAT10NEducation Constitution. several samples of Invitations from -- parents, great-grent-grandparenU: .

tattn the game Is better than elected officers, who are: signifies the bringing which we chose one. A committeeof FIFTH GRADE NEWS etc. Several pupils found out a l

tie goal, President-Hazel Thomas. out and development of all the M. Leon Blum Is halfway correct six, Katie Fugate, Grace Ar- Mrs. Edna Hart Teacher great deal while others were not ,'
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Vice President-Carl Prescott. he the wood Florled Klllingsworth, Edward The fifth grade health captain ",
11 never mind the detailed powers of the IndividuaL anyway when says so lucky. However all decided
"Score's" report Secretary-Lorena Rosier. There are two sorts of education, French debt to the United States Bagwell S. G. Denmark and for this week are Evelyn Hall Fay that America Is a great "m tlngpot"

(more made if each with daunt. Treasurer-Gene Long. that obtained from school and that was a misunderstanding between Billy Powell were elected to select Yarbrough, Lola Tyler, and Don- of many nationalities from

lea awl Reporter-Zen Collins. obtained from the everyday experiences two countries. The United States I the Invitations for the class to vote I nie May Thomas.Housekeepers which the American boy or girl, of

t stick It out until the day Is Clean Up Chairman-Doris Sll-I of life. Since a person witha understood she was going to get I on.The ; John Klnlaw today la blended. History waa ,
toe, cox well-tralnej mind has much more the money back.Macon Telegraph class! made an unanimous Muriel Crawford, Eloise Bullock. found so Interesting that both "

d! rating fairness for ucoessv Program Chairman Martha knowledge and can express himself decision as they had done when deciding Reporter: Marjorie Davis classes decided to make note-books h

fame Well more clearly than one who +! on class rings. The seniors Nurse: Geraldine Tod l. filling them with notes, drawing.,
iofko the battle has been lost We hope that our class does well I does not have this training It Age alone doesn't make a man are happy to be making the Important Doctor: Leonard Peek. and maps. The best ones are to

arm), under tne help of these officers. shows that of all the forces that I sit down more after 40-he has decisions which they have Last Friday In our ,,literature be kept for our exhibit. The title I

bi raid at least can ay: "He work for man's education the' ceased to worry about the wrinkle anticipated for a.long.. time. class Fay Yarbrough reported on of the text-book which Is being

Played The Game. TRIBUTE PAID TO school has the most direct Influence \ In his pants. -Albuquerque Jour INTERESTING NOTES/ the story "Flying Over the North used I.. The American People and

DR. MITCHELL If It were not for the schools, naL Pole" and Kathleen Stockwell reported Their Old World A"cestors.

i play it out- oiled work, Wednesday morning at ten-forty read nor write. Everywhere one Arlie Sponholtx: "What on earth organized Wednesday, September the North Pole." They both gave \

inr! or love or what part each o'clock the entire student body to- goes, looks, or see he will find l Is the matter? You've been crying 10, 1936. under the direction of splendid reports. Last week we I"OUKTII GRADE NEWS

nay draw; gether with the faculty assembled that the tendency Is more and more ?" Mrs. Mabel Wall. Officers elected learned a poem "My Flag." Miss Edwards TeacherWe

tyHk a man who scorn to quits on the school campus and stood toward the extension of popular Katie Fugate: "Oh rm so blue, were as follows: ------. have some new Interesting

ihrink silently with bowed heads for one education.In I've made the hero In my new President-Grace Arwood. SCHOOL BEGINNINGAre books In our room. We also have
tile the break may carry some minute. a token of respect to the story so attractive I can't bear to Secretary-Martlle Hemingway
normal times a boy with an glad because of the some new flowers flowerpots and
good
deep flaw; late Dr. J. M. Mitchell. marry him to the heroine. Treasurer-Marjorle McMillan.We you
elementary school education can times have In school fOr pictures.
i Haply holding that the goal Dr. Mitchell was a friend of tbe had an enrollment of sixty- you always
will We to have
that are Arline
hope to obtain a position are because haveto glad
Hall, school, and In appreciation of his :\ OBTAINS SUCCESS!: eight and are looking forward to you sorry you
Dew back
with
Those after visit
pay him two dollars a day. give up the "happy-go-lucky' us a
hips the player in the con-,: Interest and cooperation in years who( have attended high school win Tommy Baxley was a poor little a good year.THOUGHTS. and "carefree" disposition had to Honduras. Here Is a story she
!ten staying; past a floral offering was sent by boy who lived in the mountains. you
baa written about
work up to positions averaging all summer. At times feel telling us a little
*tick it out from curtain rise' the student body and faculty. The nearest schol was twelve miles OF THE WEEK you you her
$1OO a month.A can hardly wait until time to getup trip. g
to extends
'* the fall, I Bradford High School bereaved liberal education opens many and It was a very small country If a thing Is worth doing at all and go to school. Then you remember My Trip To Tel, Honduras)

the game Itself were worth deepest sympathy to the new fields In general culture, and school. It Is worth doing well. how lazy you were In the My vacation was spent with my

Playing. family. It gives the Individual a greater Tommy's father told him that See how much you can do not summer. But no matter how many; father and mother In Tela Honduras. ,

capacity to enjoy the worth while I he could not afford to send him to how little. contrasts you make you are always .

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEr things of life. school: because he needed him to I Smile and the world smiles with glad when you meet your old I had the opportunity to see the ','

By Oleta Smith. help on the farm. Tommy told his you cry and you cry alone. school chums you haven seen In I costume of the natives. I Was j
Full lies of Caskets A Undertaker SuppUe mother how very much he would Kind words cost nothing so give months so that makes the beginning surprised to see some things which 'I

AaiBULANOE. SERVICE THE FUTCnE like to go to school. The mother them where ever you go. of school a happy reunion. they did, such as using coconut oil ?
DAY AND NIGHT persuaded Tommy's father to let When the outlook Is not good try for frying. '
53 PHONE 53 Many girls and boys go through him attend school at least twice a the uplook. By Virginia Fugate. I spent several hours watching !!
school without of their --------
G. IL BENNETT, MgT. a thought week. Tommy would walk the -..- the natives eat "cll ava," which ''I
future life. do not plan to :MOKNING KMCKC1SES:
"A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION"For They twelve miles to school and would KOniOMOKE NEWS they eat Instead of bread.It .
do anything when they finish. study very hard while he was SEVENTH!: <)U.\l>r was also Interesting to watch
Some of them take any subject because These are some of the new pu-
there. The teacher saw what a the natives work 1
they heard some one say It pils coming in from other schools Everyone In our room Is sup
brilliant mind Tommy had. She The most Interesting of all was )
I was easy and an easy way to get a noticed his good qualities and decided We are very glad to have them. sowed to have morning program. a beautiful horse which I saw I
credit. Plan your course so If you to him ambitious Francis Strickland, West Palm Each person has a morning. The but ;
encourage got on him he ran away with
Expert RepairingSmith's want to go to college you mayor nature. Beach. pupils tnat have a good program me and I found myself In the hos .

If you wish to be a stenographer Near the end (if school the teacher Robert Brown Atlanta, Ga. get a star and at Christmas the pital.

you will have a good foundation to asked Tommy if he would care Helen Norman, Eata Manning, ones that have the most stars will sadly told father and mother t tI .

go to a business school. Many to attend school In a nearby city. Irene Sapp Francis Bloodsworth get a prize. rood-bye and returned to the

GaragePhone years are wasted by those who He told her that his highest aim Vanderbllt. If we have too many songs or states on the S. S. Slxsola 1
have failed to take the required was to obtain an education and Melba Clemens. Milo Sponholtz verses the program Is too long. --

subjects for college and have had make a great success as a doctor. Leland Sponholtz of Hellbronn We first have a Bible Rending. The FOl'KTII: 4illAI>KMlH a

to take a post graduate course. The teacher went! home with Tommy Springs. Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute
120 Have an aim In life and a goal in to ask his parents If he mightgo Dorothy Crosby, Henry Cone Then we announce: our numbers : Adkfns, Teacher

view. Time saved Is money earned home with her and complete his Lucian Conner, Owen McRae, of We> have a song, a verse, reading We have two new pupils that

Wrecker Service Day or Night so think of your future and education. Mrs. Baxley was very Rising. or telling a story. We also give clime this week, Flora Grlffls and _
work to that aim. much interested In Tommy and Cleone Edmondson of Hampton. talks on cooperation, unselfishness. Everett Jones. There are thirty-

By Hilda Wyrick. knew that he could make a success Thelma I Gasklns, of Lnwtey. and neatness, and other subjects five In our room now. vl
..: -.- Annie Warren of Brooker. We the because In geography we are making T|
If he had the opportunity so they always enjoy programs
of all the continents.
OFFICE FORCE maps
THE
let him -- they are always differentand
BIG go.Tommy In Language we have been hay
ELECTION In the office this year we are was very happy when he IIOMK SCIENCE CLASH! all of us have a chance to bo tog oral lalk..

Just Around The Corner trying to render the best service saw what a great chance he had. NI'() SOICr.n HIIOW the leader. We have class scrap book and

that can be given by students. To show his appreciation he sturled The next numbers are used for will put all of our best work In it
Each period in the day there are with great anticipation. He The Home Science Class: sponsored our assembly program when It tour for our exhibit at our county fair,
from one to three students In the graduated with the highest hon. the show "White Angel Monday time to take charge In the au- Our reporter for one month is

office. The pupils who are In there ore. He was determined then that, afternoon. The net profit was itorlum.. I' Roberta Whlttield with Gene Noe-
know where each book Is and if lie greatest dreams would be real- 116.93. The money Is going to be Carrie Belle Bennett 7B.NOI'IIOMOKES gel and Mark Futch. asxlstants.
used for bed for the first
buying a
they are asked by the secretary to ---- ---- -
I Ized.Tommy aid for those who are 111.UK .
will worked his way through room :
1 get a book for someone they ,, I NKCO.NI ilt.ADK NEWS 1
Ian to and now he Is one of the .---
respond quickly. We are trying college elected
their
I WO ()F.n'IIYf The Sophomores Mian Hogsed Teacher
and efficient doctors ,
show as much kindness as possiblewhen most prominent clans officers last week. They areas
approached by some visitor I in a large hospital. Mrs. Long never gives short assignments Our boys are busy making chairs
of ? follows: for the reading table. They are using
that regardless,
official of the school or some pupil. This proves
: or how little you Seniors are so dignified ? President Clara Flume. orange crates In making them
We Intend to make the office how poor you are
can work up and Mrs. Carpenter Is always smll- Vie President -- John Arther and are painting them red and
force this year the best that has I may have you
? Torode. The girls are making
of your definite log green.
school of make a success
ever been in the high :I Mr. Benson likes to teach bookkeeping Secretary, Doshia Smith. cushion. for the chairs. i
Some new members I I ialm.I .
Bradford County.
TEvt'ryone Tr..uurer-Irva CubbuJge. The following monitors have
Mae Rowe.
added this term; I I By Rosa
been
have dreads history IV? Reporter Loryee Phillips. been appointed:
take an interest -
we hope that they will and will make I U'ALENIHK FOR NEXT WEEK The juniors are so Intelligent? The following committees were BlackboardEddie Jackson and
A NEW in the work 28-Facul- We have to study phrases and elected: Lillian Thomas.
YOU NEED themselves qualified for the chairman Monday, September
clauses? Attenlance-Irene Yarbrough. FlowersLucile Alvarez and
by the time they are ,| -y :Meeting.I __
position Commercial __e Program Lorraine Hartman Mary Y.ntz.Paper .
29 -
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RADIObether September
in the 12th grade. The force has Tuesday \\JITcHOU) IIAFI'EN IF- Junior Adklns. Loryee Pbllllpn, Eddie Policeman -. William An
decorated the office a little this :'| Clt.bWednesday. 3TheI Katie and Virginia looked alike Hartman and Alma Murrhee. drew.
September!
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@r, aSr' \\ You're Demrcrat. year with picture and flowers We The B. H. a. would forget to in- We are glad to welcome all our Line Monitor. Shirley Judd and
ASK FOR OUR Republican orT have alerady cleaned the outer office I Safety Club. Glee Club. lat that the students had to haveUtory new pupils. Jlmml Godwin.
EASY TERMS o w n e n dlte, You and we expect to keep the office Boys and Girls October 1-Elemenftary IV before getting a diploma LibrarianLizzie Mae Griffin
Won't Want to Ml"* a aa good or better than any Thursday, ? Miss) Isabella Fernandez, former and William Parker.

Single Speech previous force. CchapeL 2--High School Mr*. Long gave a bard English teacher of B. H. S., is teaching j Doctor L. J. Kite.
October !
DENMARK COMPANY Ovid Lewis, I Friday, exam? Spanish In Havana, Cuba. j Nurse- -OvaUa Caasctt.
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( _. __ BRADFORD COrNTT:! TEUeaRAFH. 8TAJtf L. FLORtD --- -- FRIDAY.. SIPTE\mER...!:._ : .. IIH
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uauRhter With PartyOn Monday AfternoonThe Government byIMPOSSIBLE apprOp, t
f It ,
Fifth Birthday Woman's Missionary SocIety,; J 'XI

'f ocictrj Mrs E. E. Burney honored her of the Methodist Church met Monday -
at the church, and
little daughter Georgia Montefay afternoon I
rain had notwithstanding the
on September 18 with a delightful I !
party at their home In Lawtey the good attendance. The president .
occasion being her fifth birthday; Mrs. A. Wood, presided and the de I But We're Doing .
i Woodman Circle votional service was conducted by,;
ComplimentsMiss anniversary.
Mrs Richard It
Mra.: A. W. Anderson. I AnyhowOne
Met Tuesday Night
Durden At Bunco Part; Games and contests were enjoyed -
SUrke Grove No. 278 of the I during the afternoon. Prize Considerable business was transacted i Lot
At State Farm, Friday awarded to Jame. Phillip and plans discussed for future -
In reguls were
Circle met
'
Woodman to : LADIESSHOES
voted
session Tuesday night, The hall Complimenting Miss Hilda Dur and Gene Edwards in a "pumpkin work. The Society = \
attractively decorated wit den October bride-elect, Mrs. H. contest At five o'clock the Wtl give $20.00 to be applied on the A.Y .,;
quantities waa of seasonal flowers for M. Richard entertained with a delight guest. were invited into the dining fund for paying for the piano in '-..... .'
the occasion.I (uI bunco party at ber home room where they were nerve the Educational Building. .. I
the business session Mn at tire State Farm Friday afternoon Ice cream and cake. The table wai. The circles wUl' meet the firs !
During : decorated with the beautiful!; Monday in October. Circle Num I ODD AND END!
Vonda Inman made the announce cake, which wai will' be entertained by 1 -. I MOSTLY -SMALL
Ditiict arrangement of: adorned birthday ber One I SIzESL49
n\ent of 'the North Central An attractive i I \ ''It
made to represent a merry-go; Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Circle '
Convention to be held In zinnias, roses and early fall cut '(auml'S1
Gainesville on November 6, at flower. decorated the room when round. Favors were crepe paper Number Two will be entertained bj; 1 A $
which eleven counties will be rep- the guests assembled. Tallies U baskets filled with candy. I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Amelia I- '
used Georgia was the recipient of: I Ray, at the home of the former.
bridal design were ,
resented. a, pretty .. ."" 1r AND
.. Johns, Jr., holder ol many lovely gifts.Invited
During the social hour the hosteases. Mr S. R. Tt?! 1n
Mrs. Mildred Powell, Mr.. high score In bunco received a : to be with the young Sub-Debs Elected New Q. il "rTI'
Carolyn Inman, and Miss Vonda lovely gift. The hostess gave Mist honoree on tbla happy occasloi Officers at Recent MeetingThe ? t 'A 1 $ .98
Lou, Gene, ,,,
Wooten,
Durden a beautiful linen luncheonset were: Joella
:Inman, assisted by Misses Dorothy the Sub-Del
members of
Alvarez and Elise Green, served as a memento of the lovely and Ada Beatrice Edwards, Edna, Gwendolyn and Evelyn Shu- Club met Wednesday afternoon, r ',".".taDA9. ...,.If These Shorn' Are PO"Uh.tly
Ford,
iced tea and cake to the mem' party. Edwards, Mary Lucile Darley,, September 16, at the home ol V ;o.,.. (....: $3 and $4 Value And II I) lou
served ice cream, '-
i ben. Mrs. Richard Barbara Ann Plummer, Ernestine Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate Can Find Your Rlghl Mw 1'
individual cakes and mints to her and Barbara Moore, Linda Carra- In order to reorganize the club and 1tl .:,u 'Ii You Can :Make The Best t
guests at the end of the progressions. dine, George Roberta Jr., Bubber make plans for the year. -- .na If.7Ya. Buy That Has (\>m" lour '
.
/ Wells, Carl Edwards, James Philips The following! officers were ., Way In Many A Day Don't
Playing bunco with Miss Durden Henry Bennett, and Billy elected: : Put Off Looking .\t Them
were} Misses Clara Louise Peek, Burney. President-Katie Fugate. BftoAU8e
,. SOl11e'OneJJltht: Beat
,
Georgia Haynes, Hope' Haynes, Vlce.Preeldent-Clara Flume. You to The Very Pair lou
Rosalind Jacobs, Hazel Adkins, Business And Program Secretary Frances Peek. Want.

,( Mary Canova, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Meeting W. M. U. Treasurer-Harriet Bishop. i I

M Mrs. S. R Johns, Jr., Mrs. Maurice The regular business and program The Reporter-Loryee club accepted Phillips.Miriam Guy,, BOYS'
.
Edwards Mrs. E. L. Matthews of the Baptist W. 1
,t : meeting Margaret Pearce, and Martha : I 'DRESS
and Mra. Leo Wiggins. M. U. waa held at the Church Hemingway as new members. c:9--:: MrraMrjgle' .. : .

.'1 Invited for tea were: Mrs. H. Monday afternoon. The Bible PANTS

C. Ritch, Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mrs. A. study, was Mrs.conducted A. M. Darby by,the the President topic Miss Ray Wins MANY HEAR BUILDINGON I Sizes 8 to 18 I.

f A. Durden, Mr*. O. L. Beasley, being "The Barren Fig Tree." The Essay PrizeIn BISHOP HAY TEMPLE AVE.N. 1.49 ,

Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, and Mrs. A. program was In charge of the the prize essay contest run Them Pants Just Won't
I M. Richard. Young Matron's Circle, Mrs. E. W. ning In the Florida Times-Union, STRESSES SPIRITUAL SIDE J. Keene, of Melrose, Is Constructing Wear Out.
Hayes, leader, The topic was Starke was represented I last IN TALK HERE a combination residence They Were
LAST WEEKA and place of business on Temple Shade.For_ Active Bola
"Schools and the Kingdom. She month by Starke Ice Company, To-
was assisted by Mrs. L. G. Powell, rode Chevrolet Co., and Canova Avenue just north of Hayes Filling
heard SamR.
crowd Bishop
Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. Wilson cash for large Station.
Pharmacy. The $3 prize
I
of the Methodist Episco-
RITZ THEATRE Hayes, and Mrs. Earl Searing. The Starke was awarded to :Miss Amelia pal Hay Church, South, who dedicatedthe Construction of this building was EVERT
business meeting followed. A meet. Ray. temporarily halted several ,:weeks
STARKE 1 ing of the executive board will be --.-- new Sunday School rooms of ago by an ordinance passed by the BODY'St3AV1N6 e
1J Methodist Church
the local
J held at the home of Mrs. A. M. ChurchThere Thurs-I City Council requiring that structures -
Episcopal lay night of last week, It
Darby on Friday, October 2, at on tnis street, whether for
first time that a bishop has visit-
PROGRAMTHVHS.FIU.
I which time plans will be made for will be' a celebration of business or residential purposes, AT
ed the church here to preach 1"11
I. the Assoclatlonal The Communion in St. Mark' I
entertaining Holy must cost not under$2,000.Mr.
the of present members.Bishop I
.. SEPT. 24-25 meeting to be held here in Octo Episcopal Church on next Sunday memory Hay preached an Inspiring, Keene altered his original JACOBS'Next
27 eleven
at
ber. morning, September
"Three Wise Guys"Robert .. o'clock. Members of the parishare sermon, stressing the spiritual aide i plans somewhat and was .finally
of a man's character. given a permit to ahead, with. Door to Post Office
Young Paul Knight urged to be present and make go
Betty Fume Wins Scholarship their communions at that time. The Among the out-of-town persons : his building. ', -
SATURDAY SKIT. 26 service and sermon will be by the attending the service were Dr. I
Friends of Paul Knight will be parson. RIchard J. Broyles, pastor of the distinctive flowerscherry
"Desert Gold"Larry Interested to know that he recently i First Methodist Cbwrch of Gainesville grace

Crabbe won a scholarship at the Negro Farmers To Meet ; Dr. W. A. Myers, presiding at herschel
Marsha huntSUN.MON Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, elder of the Gainesville district; I Jacksonville
where he completed both freshman A meeting of negro farmers will the Rev. J. T. Guy of Hampton;
SEPT. 27-28 be held in Gainesville on Wednes phone 7-2129
and during last
sophomore courses
the Rev. Don Cook, student
"Sing Baby Sing" year. The scholarship awardedMr. day, September 30 at 10 o'clock pastor mart center piece unusual corsages
Knight was the highest con- for the purpose .of discussing the at the University of Florida; Dr. 'flowen for gift
I (I. Adolphe MenJouAlice ferred by the Conservatory, Soil Conservation Program. Those and Mrs. Homer Thompson, of
I Faye Interested! In going should get In Jacksonville. Dr. Thompson is -
t presiding
.
.J Patsy Kelly Paul was a former student. at the ,
,RITZ BROTHERS where he touch with the county: agent. elder of the Jacksonville
r' University of Florida .' Start Right THIS 'FALL
was president of Kappa'Slgma:social district.
.
\TUES.-WED., SEPT 29-30 fraternity and a member of Marriage License -. .

"High Tension" the. staff of Radio Station WRUF.EdwardsRedd County Judge E. K. Perryman In 1804, the New Jersey state BUY
4"k ,t Brian Donlevy i.1- has Issued the following marriage legislature abolished slavery:
I' Glonda Fwrrell'TIIURS.FRL. ish license: r .

Mr and Mr. U. R. Reddish are John W. Williams, St. Augustine NEW
+ OCT. 1.2 announcing the marriage of their and Mary E. Rivers, Starke, Sep- REALESTATE .
"Poor Little daughter, Doris, to Lloyd George tember 17. FURNITURE
Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. .
Rich Girl"SHIRLEY S. Edwards, on September 19, in Over one-fourth of the income
TEMPLE Lake Butler. Mr. and Mr. Ed- tax collections collected In this FINE BEDROOM
Alice Faye wards are making their home In country come from New York IP YOU WANT TO

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r, ifLADFORVtll'NTY TELEGR.tr11. ARK&, FLORIDA J'llF. F91.
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Is Mrs W. H. Nollman, of Scoring. I Friends of Mrs .J I ---T)M Mitchell | P E Canova was a visitor in Plant City, are visiting Mr and Gasoline ConsumptionBradford
the guest of her mother Mr and MrsV
F S\\myer will be I Jacksonville Monday Mrs Rufus Alvarea and Mr. and
Sarah L. Hamrick. t happy to know th..t their condi- '! Mrs J. L Underbill County followed suit
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BitsLJJh oi --- lions are slightly impioved :, The Rev J. N Daugherty will Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Crosby and with the remainder of thi' stateIn
.f : :Miss Hilda __
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Durden
I I'I' and Miss I using lens gasoline -
; ; preach at the Christian t'hurch children were guests of her parents .luring Aug
Hope Haynes spent Wednesday In I Mrs. Effie Johns with her guests i Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae, use than in July. The figure here ,

1 b Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs M. D. Carter of Law- 7:30: p. m. Everyone is Invited to of Pine Level Sunday. 1 were: July 98.529 gallons. August
N i tey and Mr. and Mrs Frank 04,699 Sales
Theodore Webb attend these' services.' Fate Brown was a business visitor !- gallons. throughoutthe
y p iai '"" Caw y i n-- Young Charles Car of Hawthorne spent Sunday at state however were higher
Jacksonville Monday.
to
I ton, Frank Carlton and Bill Mc Lake.
OUR PEOPLED fWSlNESS AND Kragsley New fall fthiulr In BrhUng hone and than in August 193.1 The use of
CONCERNING :Allan spent Thursday !in St. Augustine. I H. B. Kelly. Fred Italslop ( :
COtM-yM1AND i I at Stumps- Fate Brown attended the peanut kerosene in Bradford declined from
PROGRESS OF THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. W C. Manning I I
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and children Marjorie and Billy, boiling at the home of Mils Irene 6.114 gallons in July to 6.039 gallons
.
'. : Visit our Sale of "Happy Home Mrs. L. E. Moselvy and daughter II SUNNY BROOK FARM Goodge one night last week. in August.

-I .Frocks: at Stump's. Price 91.00. Edna Mae spent the weekend! In Mrs O. R. Crosby, CorrespondentMrs. -- --" t
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Jacksonville with relatives.
L A Reynolds spent TUBS- I Mr. and Mrs Elmer Lazone, of Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva J. L. Jackson, of Jackson-

r'' JIlt. Gainesville Jacksonyttte! were visiting friends. Rigdon spent several days last ville, spent the week-end here with
III here recently: '; week in Jacksonville witli Mr. and We. are equipped to give you realarmlet her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. CLAUDE

r :w7 Aldermaa Of Tallahassee, l.tY. !...... Lila,? Arthur Rigdon. >|our and Insurance will appreciate bimlnem.a Johns shareof Norman.Mr. HEAR

1 L weekend here.ymeraon Mrs. W. R. Hatstapi} of1' TamP,'. & Wainwright, opposite courthouse and Mrs J. R. Kelly and PEPPERAT
the ; Football;
t '' Fun! Get I
. I : Is spending two weeks. hcr'e' with jour football Phone IS. baby spent the week-end with her
of Valdosta was Mrs. Alene Filmon. ,., schedule from John 6l Wait parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Driggers -
;
Bell Wright We furnish'ttwm free of of Lake Butler Mrs Kel THE COURT HOUSEIN
1.1, Il'IIitor here Wednesday charge.Col. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum ly remained for a longer visit due
Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Reynolds and little daughter. Idell, went to to the Illness of her mother STARKE
fall hats at Stwnp's, spent Sunday visiting at Silver and Mrs. J. E. Flitch of De- Inverness! Saturday for a visit with
It&utlrul Mrs. A. S. Crosby and Mrs Beu-
Springs. Land are the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Landrum. Mrs.
1' Id pN "PJ Mrs. Flitch's brother-in-law and Landrum and Idell remained for a lah Kelly were the guests of Mr
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby In Lake P. M.
J ur and Mrs. H. C. Retch spent School clothes for boy, work sister lee. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown longer visit."GmwMrd. Butler, Sunday. THURS., OCT. 1-4
clothes for men, Anvil Brand on
Lweek-end in St. Augustine with --- --
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mundroff,
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display at Stump's.Mr. Une of BeAuty. Seethe "
roves, Mrs. Laura who have spent the summer In
Jackson Mr. and ("onsets and combination I
--- and Mrs. J. P. Warren and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, all of Jacksonville at !Stump's.\new Special orders taken North Carolina, were visiting rel This Will Be The Senator'sOpening
Marcus Brown atives here last' while
lb'. and Mrs. small son spent the week-end in were the guests of Mr. faction gtutrantevd. Price Friday en
.,,-rd this week into an apart- and Mrs J. :' route to their home In St. Peters Speech In Behalf
Tallahassee with her parents ! pt]t In the .1 i H. Retch residence. and Mrs. C. C. Smith weekend.Mrs. Youthful Un...." burg.Mrs.
O E. Crosby and children
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IDT. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes haveas N. F. Guilford and son, 1 Mr. and Mrs, D P. Carpenter were the guests of her mother,,
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\, Ja E S. Matthews spent Mrs J. L. Johns, at New River,.
t rI! Mrs their guest this week' Mrs. Norwood Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick, Miss Lucile Ml*'hell. Mrs. Llbbie And State Campaign.
1\ lumday! in Jacksonville. HayneSf.brother; J. F. McLarin of Miss Lucile Mitchell and Mrs. W. Stephens, anfl Mrs. G. W. Lamar Saturday.

Fatrbiirn, Ga. H. Nollman spent Wednesday I in were In Jacksonville Saturday. The farmers in our section are J _._ .___ _!II
Jb s'Gertrude Hearing! of Green Jacksonville. Miss Mitchell remained for the busy setting strawberries since the

CCIf Springs, wan, visiting here P.:E. Canova was in Green Cove I week-end. fall showers have started. SHOULD HEAR HIM

J'wday, SpringsThursday where he at Regular meeting of the W. C. T. Fred Haislop was a business EVERYONE

tended a. meeting of the State Social U. will be held Friday with Mrs. I' Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth visitor to Gainesville Monday
Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. Welfare Board. Noble White at which time selection '
Edwards
and children, Mrs. W. L. :Mr.: and Mrs Martin Oliver, of -
llifan: smith were visitors in Jack.oville .,. of officers will be made for and daughter. Fredrika of Jacksonville -

JK Wednesday. Mr. end Mrs. J. J. Canova and the ensuing year. were guests Monday of ,e'1;

small son, of Gainesville, were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth and
Senator-elect C. E. Johns and here Sunday visiting Mrs. E. E. Every day In bargain day at Miss Kate Strutb. HUN utairBUTTER
Jjogan"" Smith were In Tallahassee Canova Stump'tt. PURE CANE

veraJ days this week. Mrs. Tommy Lane and daugh

Mr.: and Mrs. Acree Chapman, of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned her Mary Beth, and Mrs. Jack Bell SYRUP
New Shoes arriving daily at Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith Monday;; evening from Jacksonville and son Jack .all of Gainesville, I P TGROCERY 0

|tomp'(- "Star Brand Shoe are Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. where they visited their! were visiting Mrs. P. J. Pearce and Qt. Bot 15c
iK'fr.! : Young. aon-In-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards here Tuesday Lb. 40cC'OVNTKV

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. afternoon. PAN CAKE rw
Col H. V Knight was a profes- Dr and Mrs J. E. Maines Jr.,

iIIIa1 visitor to Tallahassee Frl- of Gainesville,'were the guests of Jack Gibson, of Durham, N. C.. Frank CarltorlV'-who has spent FLOURPkg. FINE FOODS ROLL ,

1. Col.: and Mrs. D. E. Knight, Sun spent the' week-end here at the the past five weeks here with his

day. home of his uncle, L. C. Powell.Mr. father and uncle will go to Jacksonville IQcSPAGHETTI LOW PRICES Lb. 39c
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of I be .. .
Gibson's mother will remembered Saturday for a short visit .. "
Itasacola! were recent guests of Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Sr., wasa here as Miss Lois Tison. with relatives. On Monday he will ._,'c "'. . .. : : : r 1i

led.! and Mia. D. E. Knight.L recent guest of her son-in-law ,-- leave for his home In Detroit i

and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown ,
A. Reynolds has returned to Wainwright In Jacksonville. had as their guests recently Mrs. Mrs. Lucian Bell and son-in-law or NO. 1 FANNY IRISHPOTATOES

Wmond Va., after a week's visit Brown's brother-in-law and sister, and daughter Mr. and Mrs.\ Ernest Lbs. 25c
ire with his wife. Mrs.! .Sallie Tison has returned Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnwall and Gentry, also Bill Wilson, of Pen- MACARONI pkgs. lOc 10

from. a-:three months' visit in two children of New York City. sacola, are spending several days

Mia Essie Coleman spent the Ta.mpawlth her sister Mrs N. N. here with Mrs. Bell's brother and TABLE SALT or KITCHENMATCHES LAIUJK JUICYLIMES

vek-end In Olustee with her pa- Norton. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and sisterdn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe

!teLL Mr and Mra. A. Coleman.Joe Mrs. George E. Manassa had as daughters Mary Lorraine and :IE. Wilson, at the Week's cottage 3 Boxes l lOc Doz. lOc

Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, |ion Kingsley Lake. .
her guests the first of the week .
Edwards Jr., returned Sun- Ida Lulu and Marjorie Davis spent I -- KELLOUH'S'' CORNFLAKES FANCY HWEKTPOTATOES ,
Miss Martha Carmichael and Miss
ty! from a two week's visit in Sunday visiting in St. Augustine InNllraR,8 for every n ed. Johns 3c .
I Lb.
Wix of Atlanta.
AMlle, N. C., with Bob Sultle.I Evelyn..-.-v-!': and at St. Augustine Beacb. &: \VnJnwrlnht, ,Phone. IS. Pkgs. 15c

I II Miss Lois Colley returned Thursday I FANCY YRLJUIW
I UTJ.( J. D. Doyle r<
lit)from, a two weeks vacation in I after a visit here with her parents, Tuesday from a two week's nesday for Nashville, Tenn., where ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
,hpeiville. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley 1 vacation trip In WayneavUle, N. C. she will attend' "rush week" at MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c
c in Tennessee. wet Vanderbilt there. From
and They University
T----- -- ----- points FANCY COOKINO
SHADY I HIDE> GARDEN
NAT SEZ: accompanied home by Miss Loral Nashville Miss Brownlee will go !

I.I ,-' l, Bennett, of EllIjay. Ga., who I is to Gradwohl School of Laboratory PEAS No. 2 Can 5c APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c

i..;: I )t'I.\..\. r spending the winter here with Mr. Technique in St. Louis, Mo.,
) I ti and Mrs. where she will begin studies. FANCY FltKHIITOMATOES
Knight.wo'rlos WISCONSIN CHE AMCHEESE
'9} SepPmber! >} and just as hot a*

It was OBtjM 4th of July. I think : OF "PPI.I'I'-'TIO,% --- 2Lbs. 15c
In response to an Invitation giv Lb. 24c
KUIt T\\ I/KI'.IIMmatr >
her weaVeVvriiian must have gotten Bill N... 1f'U: l en by the Rev. and Mrs. B. M.
t his dajt r'wlt-rnlxed up. We'are NOTICE IS HER BY O1VEX. Thai Montgomery, the ministers of the WI'U4TEIUonl'UCIOVS:: :: BEAUTIFUL (Hi HICN RIPE
r:. H. Clark holder of 1-3 of Tax
due f*r Jm/JUltle cool weather soon (Pert Ifli'Rte No. 202 Untied the 6th Jacksonville district, accompaniedby
er orl r,*r t tf.o!,/, let's get together. day of In August my offlc, A. I> and 1928 hex has made fileName
Maybe y.IS tt';peed> a new Fall suitor .application for a tax deed to be i la- Monday afternoon at Kingsley
.
Hued thvreon. Maid l rertlflcate m- of Mrs. Flora B.
the Home
Lake, at
\VHITK K11IBONLARD
Bontathlng and it's so nice to braces the following de"crlbed/ property
of Bradford, Cady. TIP TOP MARKET
County
have J it*H hen that time comes. State In of the Florida, to-wit:
: which 2 Plnehurm I> v.1oj>-
Suit Club I.ot a Block
Join our' nyw sent Suction 21 Townwhlp 6 South,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl] Johns and SATURDAY'S SPECIAL STEAK DAY
stArts i 4Xt( t'ek. Klin,. 22 Eflnt son, Carl LaMar, spent the weekend
arty The under a"Hmi.the'mnt nald of the certificate aald prop U- in Tampa with Mrs. John's 2 Lbs. 25c

yard watt In the name of 1'nknown brother-in-law and sister, :Mr. and ROUND STEAK Lb. 19c
I'nlexn said certificate nhnll btl 1'0' Joe Martinez. They were "
Mrs.
; 'deemed denrrlhod seconding therein to law will, the be prop."Idto accompanied home by Barbara Best Flu.HITR: SIDE:" \\KSTKKN' ; >

JOr erty I the hlnhnt bidder at the roam. Jean Johns who has been visiting ,"
Mondny I lii BEEF LIVER Lb.
.S1 hoUMK door on the first 21c
the month of November, HUH whi fl there for the past two weeks. BACONPound .
1 VvpRKE 2nd day of November, 193'1'
l I. the
\S 1938.OFFieIAr.Pitted. thin 23rd day of Keptuili- '. I 17c NECK BONES 2 Lbs. for 15c
p 9t"tt" --
( SFJU.) A %WORD
f A. J. THOMAS CENT
Clerk of rirrult Court ROILING
i I of Bradford founty. Florid CI.F.AH LIVE HENS Lb. 20c
pPNO P SAM H-25.fit1023 COLUMN .
I .
P .
g ts --- \ BACON 12.0.1N;; {'III'II\1&
\ ril< HNotlrv
EAC IH I hi-rehy given that I. MrIlHiitu FOR SALE""a'ed\ oats. Rye Austrian ]I
SM BRp 10 E ; llioun. an .guardian. .Brown of t'ur.Ir. WinUipeas, Hairy Vetch i I 2 Pounds 25c fHEESE 19c
t ,dells nn.wn and W. A ,
of: October Giass, complete line i
\\ \P minors will .n t the 17th day Italian Rye S\VII'T'H .
O\\\\\ \ I A D l l 1939: apply to the' Hon garden seed Fertilizers, Purina Ian.J | :
C arable K. K Ferryman, I cun1Judicr >. Ballard Feeds, !!, Carbon Bisulphl.Je PHIM-II'INK
E S' "f Bradford County Floridafor | nil." SAUSAGE Lb 25crilAHMKIl

). \\'R\C. Pip \ the authority one ninth to each to undivided xell ot at above private lni..r..name nt a..le belonging ."- Benzol.for Gro'trentmg..rles. corn.Slstrunk; Tar Feed and LARDPound . '

In and 10 Lot 1 and 2 01 & Seed Co
Block minors la. Livingston Trull Com lOc :: I'l'KK; FKKMH:: mU>l1NDt'SY

pany'.. Addition to Town of s."Starkeh'lorld ... 2A, LOST ::-One 700-lb. yt'lIo/ horse "
of
Twp .II t. N.W'4 H of 22 NEI4,.:u't. In Ilradt"J' mule with black streak down
: mKFCOFFEE c'n.l 1 IlL COFFEE Lb. lOc l
Find out for County Sirs, Florida-heats Itr'Wro Guardian back from home Monday Please
yourself why g.2 ,.4t.IO-18 notify Ottis Morgan, Heilbronn BACON Ib. 22c
; P. 0 stark Itp
Springs l '
so many men WHF.KKAH itrrti'n, Writs 01" I.t"no'V: of 1 Ele.'tfon arnl I PINK AKMOI/lt'M> NO. I FANCY 1'r<;,\NIJ'I- \
insist on this thi (Uovernor of Florida "MILLIONS Genuine Improved
i
1 t famous ALL In l''" ied arcordanre by General with Section Laws of 457 Florida ol Maryland Missionary Strawberry SALMON Can lOc BUTTER ILbJar ISc.i
the Compiled ..
leatherbrand. Section 892 of the K.vlMd O.. Plants. New Ground, white : '
.
.anal Btatuten of Florida) and pur- roots, all this year's plants, $1,50per TINA FISHFLAKES DKMCJOIIH IC'l'up::
uant to Artlrl. XVII of the Amend-of the thousand t.o.b. Castleberry" '
manta to the Comitltutlon. 12icHUEKT BUTTER 28-oz. 12 /
v..an..I"
In(101..1 the Stales offices. announcing o' the United Htate"llvered Thurmond Farm, Castleberry, Ala c

.Aonatnr. ocraalnned by the d"ath Lionflrrabla otHonora"'e 8-28-12tp 1> :: MIXPICKLES BEVERLY HKA.VIt POTTEDMEAT3forlOc '
and
Park Tramm,11 -- --

Mond"y Duncan the first In V.. Noven FIttrh..r) "afl..r and A."Ih"rlr..t ..D.uu. .H'IltnalinlC MISSIONARY for sale, by the Strawberry bed or thousand.See plants. 26-oz. jar 15c f ; FREE 1

a. the time for 110hllnlt an election R. E. Hornsby, Starke. 2tp
: to till paid varanclra. and has d.- GINGER SNAPS: GRAHAM TRACKERS, onltOO

// a the: THEREFORE.WHEHtAII."Sarretar9 such: Writs the of NoUce Mtat.Governor of .Election to I. fill l1er..b the te. Come FOR Strawberry and SALE see-these Plants.200.00O plants.Priced Missionary M.right Rho-, SODA CRACKERS lb. lOc PRUNES 2 Ib. cart. lOc


,SarEL'r ;vacanc/eN Ivan /that In an tha election offices of United den Heilbronn Springs. -lHtp PK1NCE III I PLANK


fr5 f L __ sf r of States Honorable. ot Senator.Honorable and for Duncan for the Park une"plr..d the U. Tramm.lI.d..d. unexpired'arm FletcherIeceasad. term,.. FOR Cows SALETwo, one with heifer Jersey calf.Milk S7S PRINCE ALBERT can lOc 1 TOBACCO 2 cans 15c

will he held on Tusadayoun for all three. Ray McEwen. Pen-
Any type of work shoe you ,# r .. l election all ot III.In Farms, Fla. -18-2tp
ti.leraad preclncte ney
could poiiibly uead. 4" 5SE Stale of FlnrldaIN SILVER KING FLOUR 24 Lbs. 72c
the ,,
TESTIMONY WHEREOF ..OST-2 Bremer Bulls. Large bull .
Price I have hereunto net treat my weighs 800 Ibs., cream color
SE S 91.98.. Heal hand. of and the caused State the of FlorIda mark unknown banded B; small 1

lahannee to bo, the affixed Capital at, Tal-this ':bull light red weighs about 600 OCTAGON SOAP & POWDER\ 5 for l lOc

the Fifth day of HPt m: Ibs, no mark. Brand B, notify G.

(SEAL) her Nine Hunlred D.j One and Thounand Thirty- W. HazeD.FOR SHORTS. 10O pounds .$2.20

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S six dance. and of the of the United and Indepen-Stares Bl ls.tytlrlt SALE or exchange for city SUGAR Sibs. 25cl WHEAT BRAN, 100 Ib*. $2.00
the On. Hundred property -' Our farm home on
.
Y.ar.R. Lake road at bargain
A. GRAY. Kingsley Id1U4'
Secretary of Stat. price. L. C. Prescott 4tp
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SHEA LEV GIVES POINTSON BROOKERMiss and Mra. G. E. McGauley. MISSION HALL was UnleHM In the Maid name certlflcat of L, .i

SELECTING STEERS Vera Oalney, CorrespondentThe Miss Mary Mott Is spending a A special blessing was enjoyedby arty deemed described according to In" p,

FOR FEEDING PURPOSES while In Ft. Myers with friends the large class attending the to the highest therein bidder .t." ">" ,
Brooker Baptist Church has and relatives.The Bible study at the Mission this house door on the firM'1' | la I ; i I t
the month of .
SECTION GAINESVILLE-"Feeder" steers been holding a revival led by the many friends here of Mr. week. l Is the 2nd day Novembei of Nov..in.. I'i.". whlit,
FARMERS should be of improved stock and Rev. J. L. Norris assisted by the and Mrs. Howard Summers will be The lesson considered waa found 193n sated this 17th day ".I| -... ;.r

they should have certain body lines Rev. C. A. Crosby and Rev. O. E. Interested to learn that they have in Acts 6 and T chapters and had (OFFICIAL SEAL)

Conducted by Demonstration Ajfentswww that indicate they will add weight"in McGauley for the past two weeks. recently moved to Ocala, where he to do with the stoning of Stephen, A Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit .
the right places" accorling to The community baa taken an active has employment. and the Illustration was so realistic of Bradford ('onlr. p
Dr. A. L. Shealy, State Experiment part In this meeting and the that the smallest child was 8.IIatlO16'lio'rl IH{ ,1
animal church has received nine new mem- BEACH .
Station husbandman. its
BOOTSEY'S able to comprehend meaning.Mr. (' OP
u --- - bers: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tlpton, M4STEHH! aLE
As many Florida cattlemen are and Notice la hereby given ,
Crawford Cor. C. W. Wilks and family 11".1.
Miss Effle ,
and In "ha
Mr. and Mrs Colman Dees Fats accordance with '
now selecting steers for the feedlot Mrs. Crews of Raiford and Mr. Joe lain final decree a l'
of fore l IL"r.
Housewives Dr. Shealy outlines the following and Leaston Tyler, Nona Mann, section Harrell Jr. of were sale rendered by Hon sir. Wm jn<
Hints To i iI RURAL A large crowd from this Lawtey among Jackson .
',' 1 points for their consideration Pearl Carlton, and Mrs. Jessie na Judge duly li>Hlgt' "
those the meeting.A and
.v Wilson. The church wishes to attended church at Union. Sunday. attending aKHlirneit In that eel IIln a",
COMMON SENSE : of duet "Satisfied with Jesus" pending; In Circuit Court ,f BradJ
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starling
I thank the visiting churches for the ford County Florida In ,
Weekly from Home Demonstration : Common or scrub steers do not active part they have taken and this section who have been visiting was rendered as a duet and the wherein M. A. Smith a* LinnniaiYi'ha' Fri';'

;;1 Specialist. Tallahaaae By SPUDS JOHNSON make good feeders. A good feeder wants them to keep coming. their sister and brother-in-law, music was altogether Impressiveand for poratlon.Bradford In plaintiff County lIank"and i I.,, '11J,
steer shows evidence of blood of Palm Valley returned to their Inspiring.Rev. Oreen U defendant the unarrMgr'Special
,,, TIME FOR RECREATION from one of the recognized beef The women of this church met home last week. G. E. McGauley with some Master by said. 0., ,i. ap
GUAVA )AYS Wednesday Sept. 9. at the home pointed will Hell to the high( <, -id
LIVES OF FARM breeds. Simply because a steer is the special music from Brooker church der for cash. during ,
Privltt the
n MAKES of Mrs. Florence Varnadoe and Mrs. B. L. spent 1,1( ] m.,r
Now is the time for housewives a grade does not mean however, or- of Mac- will be in charge of the service of ale on Monday, October ill 193,
WOMEN: MORE PLEASANT week-end with her parents at the South
ganized a W. M. U. will front door of
They tht
with he- next A cordial cUO i
to fill their pantry shelves that will make a good feeder.A clenny. Tuesday night. ty courthouse In Starke, Bradfc ,
meet after the first '
the goodies their families feeder should show good on Wednesday welcome and profitable evening County Florida, the following -hat,
guava Everyone is familiar with the and third Sunday In each month. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen of Brooker awaits those tell (or BO many thereof 11- "a' I I.
well. fleshing qualities. The top line of attending.
.,' like so old adage that points out that "all The officers elected were: Mrs. attended church at Union Sat- found) to-wit:
the .
should be The entire
and herd
of this delicious body straight of dairy' 'atttnE
With a shortage work and no play makes Jack a the back and loin should be wide. Jessie Wilson, President; Mrs. G. B. urday and Sunday and spent Sat- CEMETERY WORKING used by Lorenso Oreen In hit dalnf
'fruit this season, it behooves the dull boy," but we fear that manyof Colsen, Vice President; Mrs. T. C. urday might with Mr and Mrs.R. buelneKa. near Starke, Uradtonll,.
The steer There will be
housewife to ob- should be deeply fleshed cemetery workingat County Florida consisting of. lit\
provident family us have not realized aa much as Hazen Secretary and Treasurer. N. Crawford.Mr. milk cows and 43 heifers and all.
over the loins and the quarters the McKinney Cemetery Thursday -
tain a supply of juice for punch should that this truthful together with any and all Inc-rcm
we very For the different committees were of
and Mrs Sullivan
should also be Philip Oct.'l 1936.
well fleshed ,
well a so they Everybody come thereof from and since F'hniaryl'
aDd jelly stock as as sup- statement Is just aa applicable to will round out and carry an external Miss Lubedla Plnholster, Mrs G. Jacksonville, were visiting rela- and let's beautify the grounds 82nd 1938.
ply of canned and preserved products adults as It Is to juveniles.The covering of fat when the animal E. McGauley, Mrs. L. A. Brown tives here Sunday.J. Volley McKinney. .A. O. AWDREU.

; man's work on the farm Is Is finished for market.A Mrs. O. W. Barry. Mrs. Edna Roy Quinn Mr. Clyde Starling KNIGHT & KNIGHT Special Mater

Acid not over-ripe, fruit should mostly outdoors and is therefore ateer'that will make Crews and Mrs. Vivian Parker, Wilbert Crawford ,made a Christopher Columbus' voyage of Attorney for Plalntlft8.18.3t.1O2
bt selected both for jelly stock and nearer recreation than that of the a good publicity reporter, The next meet- of
feeder will have a short neck business trip to Palm Valley last discovery America coat only
for serving as a drink, because a will beat the home of Mrs.
farm wife and mother. In many Ing Monday. about $7000. He was paid about ehecke
which blends in
well with the
Juice of low acidity produces Jellyof cases the Idea that the farm woman shoulders. He will be Florence Varnadoe, and a special Miss Ruby Chesser. Miss Mildred $320 for his work. Malaria
', inferior quality and a punch would like to spend some timeIn deepchested Invitation Is extended to all. Chesser Earl Chesser Robert 6 6 6
,
and ,
well .
flavor In fact the sweet fairly fleshed over the > :I d.y.
.lacking recreation anil play, away from The church met Sunday afternoon Crawford attended the eighth TRAIN SCHEDULE
'",varieties of guavas not only do not her stove, her cunning:, and her ribs.The September 20 for the pur- grade class party at Miss Betty COLDS

produce a large amount of jelly, broom, hasn't been considered very "underline" of a feeder Is pose of reorganizing a Sunday Phillips, In Lawtey last Friday Our schedule changes Sunday LIQUID TABLETS first dar
I but from some of the fruit It la difficult seriously by the men and boys on straight and he Is free from paunchiness school. The following oflfcers night April 26, and trains will run aa follows SALVE DROPS: NosE H..d."..... Ml I

1 to make Jelly at all without the farm ....&'.j.Ui2I.J-, : i were elected: L. 1* Parker President : "Hs>fcMTle: ."-WerU'e Mia.teaTry Bfstj
',an addiUonal! add, .,.:;":.ijr; Most farm wives and mothersare Muzzle and head should be L. A. Brown and Mrs. N. BOA N Southbound Llsjls>eBt

"*" (There are several ways of canning .uncomplaining-they stick to broad the head short and wide be- Mott. assistant (president :Miss II.... Z. Z. GrUfls, Correspondent No. I-Due Starke 11:31 P.M.

guavaa. They may. be peel- their work keeping the home, pre tween the eyes. Mildred Morgan Secretary and No. 15-Due Starke 5:12: P.M. ARMOURS BIG CROP

"ed and canned whole; may be paring meals, sweeping, canning, This type of steer will finish Treasurer. Teachers elected were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boree and Mr. No. 107-Due Starke 9:12: A.M. FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER

halved, seeds removed from pulp and doing many another task. They well for market Dr.'' Shealy says. Mrs. Vivian Parker Mrs. Edna and Mrs. Dan Borre and sons, of NorthboundNo. MATERIALS.

; ..''by means of the dllver of fruit know that they must keep stead- The common or scrub steer will Crews, Mrs. R. H. Tlpton, Mrs. Jacksonville, were visiting In this 2-Due Starke 455: .M. Big Cash Discount to
press, and the pulp returned to ily at their work to keep the farm add weight, but the weight will not Carrie Ingram, Mrs. Jessie Wilson, section Sunday. No. 16-Due Starke 10:38 A.M. Commission Merchant and
halves and cooked with them, or and home in proper condition. All be In the right place. The good and Miss Lubedla Plnholster. Sun Arch Prevatt and Willie Green No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. Fanners Associations

.shells and pulp may be cooked sep well and good but the farm wom- feeder steer will be able to distribute day School will begin each Sun- and Leo Griffls were visiting in Starke and Wannee Branch J. L HARRELL Agent
,*",tel)'. Sauce made from well an need play and recreation an fat among the muscle bun- day at ten a. m. and adjourn Jacksonville Saturday. No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. Lawtey Fla

flavored guavas la excellent for occasional vacation from her dles In the regions of high priced promptly at eleven. The public Mrs. George Bowers and small No.. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P M.

"pudding' shortcakes, cobblers, gelatin household duties If she Is to avoid cuts. This process, called "marb I Is Invited. son, of Jacksonville are visitingher Dally except Sundays.T. .

desserts, or for making delicious becoming a drudge. ling," makes the animal more valu- mother, Mrs. Myrtle Priest for J. GRIFFIN.

''" Ice cream. It Is with this thought In mind able.The Birthday Party several days. J'o'rl"l OK APPLICATION: WE BOY
\ A fruit press or dilver Is an in- that State home demonstration scrub or common steer will Mr. and Mrs N. Mott entertained Quite a large crowd attendedthe FOR T4X DEED

dispensable piece of equipment in workers provide for recreation for eat as much feed and will fattenIn Friday, Sept. 18, with a birth- peanut boiling given at the NOTICE a.IS." Bill Me>. IMS) BOOS-CATTLE AND
the preparation of guava products. the farm woman. During the the lot, but the extra fat goes day party honoring their daughter home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffls That A. J lttl''t !:t : otOfYaEi

One of these may now be purchased summer that Is now ending more to the regions where the cheapestand Miss Mandy Mott. Many last Thursday night, among 5th Tax day Certificate of September No. 1100 Issued D. the 2, COW HIDES
made from heavy weight alum. than a thousand rural club women, leas desirable cuts are found. games were enjoyed by the young those attending were Misses Louise has filed same In my ftt;. it WE WHOLESALE MEATS
.mum and will last a lifetime. The under guests, after which the love- made application for a tax deed to
the leadership of their demonstration On the other hand, the good many Claudlne, Elizabeth Hickey and be Issued thereon Said. certificate.
fruit press will be found useful in agents, have taken hol- feeder adds fat over the external ly gifts were displayed. Elery and Cleo Hickey all of Bel- embraces the following described Ask For Our Smoked Sau/tag

many other ways about the kitchen idays, short vacations or enjoyed part of the body muscles, Just be- Delicious refreshments of cake more and Mrs. A. J. Griffis and State property of Florida In the County, to-wlt of: Bradford At The Markets and Grocer
( as well. picnics at various points in the neath the hide. The fat Is a covering and lemonade were served the following son Julian of Starke, Miss Vera West Half of South-Bant Quar- You< Will Be Pleaded With It.

WJ& Rich, ripe and well flavored slate. Some were present at campsIn for the round and rump, the guests: Loraine Thomas Gainey of Brooker, Miss Callie ter Kan Section ire 22 23 Kant Township. containing 8 South.. 89 ODOM&LAWSONOpposite
guavas cut in halves, seed centers Ocala and Choctawhatchee national loin and back, and cuts over the Joyce and Ilene Atkinson, Hazel Herring and Miss Teresa Jones, acre .more or lena.
removed and put through the fruit forests, while others attended ribs. The covering of fat over these Billy, Stanley and W. C. Crosby of Starke. Miss Marie Taylor and The under HKxeHxmcmt the said of certificate the nald property 'Issued- S. A. L. Ry. Depot

press or dllver, then combined as camps elsewhere. Many farm cuts together with the extent of Austin and Morris Kelley, Edith Andrew' Griffls, Jr., of Hampton,
suggested atiovesugared and covered women have attended picnics to "marbling" determines the priceof Tlpton Eva Fay Gainey, Eurle Joe Griffis, Jr., of Clay County,
with varying types of sweet relax, swim play and enjoy the the retail cuts. Pasco and Junior Mott Martha Charles Priest, Resale and M. C. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
ploughs and pastries baked to a change from work. Lee Rhimes Betty Jo Webb Min- Thomas of Starke, and Mr. and

golden crispness and oozing fragrant These women have returned to SAXTON nie Lou Hazen Muriel Prescott, Mrs Leo Griffls Albert Griffla Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

juice are only acme of the their homes In much better spirits Mra. W. A. Tyler, Corr...oa ,:many uses for which guavaa are benefitted mentally and physically. I Hough John and Dorrls Mott, Don- others of this section. MODERATE PRICES
particularly suited. Shortcake, for Recreational features for farm I Miss Dorothy Swanbom left last ald Crews and Mary McGauley. Remember services at China DeWITT C.
instance, when carefully made, can women are becoming more and week for Tallahassee where she Grove Church Sunday and Sunday JONES
be as delicious with guava as more popular In Florida. It Is a will begin her Junior year at the Among those from Brooker whow night. All are welcome. Starke Florida

''wt th, the more renowned strawberry good sign, for farm women like Florida State College for Women. ere transacting business in -
or orange and should be served farm men and children need play Miss Louise Shaw of Starke Gainesville Monday were: H. P.

forquently In Florida homes. and recreation In order to be happy spent Sunday with Miss Bessie and Gainey and son, Everette C. C.

Guavas' With Cream and contented. Sara Tyler Melvin, A. L. Crosby,, Clyde Kel- 5ALLDE
DRIDA"1
Peel good-flavored thick-meat- "It l Is one of the most Important Mrs. W. F. Hutson and children ley.Mr.

.exl frequently in Florida homes. things in our program for the were the guests of Mrs. Llzsie and Mrs. Paul, Stewart, of
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and blossom ends. Cut in halves farm woman." says Miss Flavia Tyler, Sunday. Gainesville, spent lair week-end
and Gleason. state home demonstration O. L. Brown of Doublerun was
remove pulp. Put pulp through
here as guests of their parents Mr. ,
fruit press and add it to guava agent. "This recreation Is giving a visitor here Sunday. >, (I :; Tour"zates
IIh.ells. Sweeten lightly and allow the farm woman a chance to receive Addle Tyler left last week for and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and Rev.SISTRUNK ; fI' '., \
to in ice box valuable mental and Miami where she will spend some > ton own STATS: ibis aummerand
stand colil. physical
until Serve aee AIL of Florida
i al her beat Florida Motor Little
tn'sherbet glasses with cream and ben flts which she would not get in time with her sister, Mrs. Jean ;'f.11'Ton special "Circle low" faro la lust mad far the summer

sugar, with plain cake or cookies. her household work. The resultswe Fleming.Mr. vacattontat or bualneas man who wash to visit the entire
have already seen and the and Mrs. A. C. Sumner .: "' wc". !; y peninsula .la greatest comfort and at lowed possible _I.
',
growing popularity of these recre- spent Saturday in Jacksonville. ,. ,' .",:: I. Take la the whole! Enl Coait West Cad and. Central
ational activities 'J'4; ,, F1orIcI.ld 9 s complete -Orel oi
are evidence
[.GOT UP RESTED, enough of their value." HAMPTON r4L "'ff',:/ f"'il" ."... ,> Florida.- Start saywh.... lev any 35
t schedule. $12
unlimited
< ; stopover privileges
FULL OF ENERGY MlM Ada Mmxo Ce>rreape;.eesjt 'v t- ._..... Ask agent for eotuplele details.t .
I 1". ">U low, iluKl.h. headachy, had pimply. ,
t tn.aln,Tablet then took. Aa plouint constipation Red waa Cro promptly. Jj%..- J. P. Summers and family, and ,, 1;, Frequent Service-Low FaresJacksonville

i 1. I r...._. polanna clvured out, felt \11. new Dewey Chapman, were business J '---", .80 2.60
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pereon. Murey. Get Red l Cro I.nu visitors to this week. i
Jacksonville Tt
|il.. Tetl.te. !Cc. The famous Rid C "a f Daytona Beach __2.40 Orlando .________260
Ittiark. on the p........ le your tuara -l... sht I Mrs. Della Dyal who has been K \
. aJft Miami ____5.eo Lake Wales _____3.75
ITe* aannple. Write Rod Cross Hem tla. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. p ------ !
[ 'pt. C. Jacksonville. Fla.. makrra r
lief"R.J"Cro.a LIV.O-Mad, Red Croa.. C illl Til. Medan ,,C. Parer, returned to her home. ; '
[and K....r Tonic, and Rod Cross Rub for B.rlar op... wNOW' Mrs. Earl Saxon returned to her UNION BUS STATION !
|.unbn">. .111101.'. toot muscular. pain. r..t deer soon ,. f
she Nae Few home In Miami, after a visit with IIII MRS. E. It. !SMITH Agent :
ue e. spew an. friends and relatives : "
here. ,
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iA .f ..rd..... Opposite Court House Phone I20- '
DRINKAT Yaw led Har. The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw will
e al.r hew.r.uew preach at the Baptist Church next PURlIIAhiILKUIG

e Sunday morning and evening.H. riORlPAMOTORjflMESatLow"Circle !
V. Saxon who has been trans

y 1 acting business in Pompano, has (O" g/O .
returned to his home here I
i The Rev. J, A. Travlce of Lake i I

LUNCH RECESSAFTER Butler, preached at the Christian
Church last Sunday morning and

SCHOOL evening. ,
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More than 300 bird-lovers
STARKE COCA-COLA are cps 1 '
helping the Michigan Audubon society j jYA
/ BOTTLING CO.- to take a bird census of that FEED & SEED CO.

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C, B. Price Pastor 1 At Public Mrs L. .nit-. C .> t
o'clock a, m, AK1A Library : BEASLEY'S
: SERVICE STATIONWe
om School.pt.. {YlY __ 1 i Mrs U C Smith and sons, Alex I

,r 11 a. m. The following '"""k" have !been i and George, returned Saturday ,

orU715P'm.W'Irship received .It the Piihhc\ Wbrary, It :i from Alabama, where they spent Handle Cold Drinks Standard Gas.

Worsl11p, 1:30: p. m. was announced this week by Mrs. several days visiting friends and Oil Atlas Tires Tubes
fyvening H. H and Batteries.
f Teachers Meeting, Wednes- Young, librarian: I I We are glad to report that Jack ,

g Alcott -Jack and Jill; Bartlett Suirency who has been very ill Is \

!'jJ.week' IlL Prayer service Wea- --- -- .01 I I! Yankee Doodle: Beach-Flowing I some better at this writing BUS STATION

Terry Ml Suzy he will neVer Baron de Charvllle as '[I Gold; Bclasco-.Girl of the Golden' Rev. L. G. Hemingway of Starke
they
p en-
dey. 8 p. .. tell Andre of their marriage, tered the drawing room after their West Benson-An Average Man; filled his regular appointment at BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIONOpp.

Metho
Pastor. few everything to Andre, returnsto she looked tired she had Stranger Than Fiction; Bums- Sunday
best
B M, :Montgomery. the retire Court House Phone 60
JIe'I: Scbool-10 l a. m. hospital _n, she sees early. An old friend was comIng Modern: Civilization on Trial; Mr and Mrs H. D. Was Jin and

Sunday Woral1lp-ll a. m.Sworth Andre and..a w man embracing in for a little chat with him Caine -- Bondman; CanflelJ--Understood Mrs. C. Fogg and son Jewitt attended -

JfIIiag/ i League-7:30 p. m. each other. so he would not miss her She Betsy: Carroll--A Few church at Union, Sunday

wenlng Worship 8 p. m. I picked up a magazine and began r Foolish Ones; Chase-Silas Crock. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and

are invited to all these aerv- CH \PTER TEN 1 looking at It listlessly Suddenly i et; Cobb-The Paths* of Glory; family and Mrs. Hattie Prescott SINCLAIR H-C LEADS I IN

lou I she gasped; her face was set and I Cozzens" -Men and Brethren; Day and family of the Ziff section at-

Id' "Suzy has gone back to father," white. -God! and My Father; Deeping tended church here Sunday. __
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"b tertan Church Andre told Terry when he called\ I Old Wine and New; De la Roche -- r "
pre > "What "
is
It. dear? he asked Mr. and Mrs.: Averner Padgettand
Minister the next day. "She came in for I Jalna: Dell-Altar of Honour; Fal-
H. Lowry,
George anxiously. Ellis Starling and F. M. Griffin -
w, Just a minute this' Said lada--Little Man What Now
morning
18 00 a m.- -Sabbath SchooL "Just some pictures at the front were shopping In Starke Saturday \
there was nothing to do here and GardSam Bass: Gibbs-Golden
A M Morning Worship; they shouldn't print such things .
she didn't like Years, Grahame ,
leaving father alone Wind in the Willows
jLon. uv the pastor. with the I'm sorry to have a fit of nerves Hamilton .1. II. Surrency was visiting at
servants. That was purt Prophets of Israel -
D 00 ,j at Young Peoples Ves- truth, but between ourselves I like this. I think 1 will go to bedThere's ; Hughes- Ways of'blte the bedside of hU. son Jack at
Servij the bell ['JI run along before Jacksonville SaturdayThe
*? think she was a little afraid here : Folks: Lancaster Pageant; LewisIt
p, m Evening Worship. your friend comes in' Rev and Mrs L._ D Johns
"When will you be and -- Can't Happen Here: Lincoln
up She had just 1, attended church at Union
I enough presence of Sunday
RoMtvood Baptist Church around? Secret of Mohawk Pond; Mann
/ mind to take the paper with her I I Muriel O Johns has returned to ,. '
gv, L O Hemingway, Pastor "Tomorrow but I can't go up In She did not want him to see there Young Joseph Morgan--Spark- Mulberry where he will be employed v

Service every Sunday. Bible the air for ten days: or so I'm were no pictures of twisted wire, I enbroke, ; Morley ParnnsHua on for a, while. ,

,r Ijdy,: 10 IS; a. m. Services at 3:30: going to Nice the doctors seem to bombs bursting or mangled bodies. ,I Wheels, ; Nathan The Bishop'sWife Miss" Inez Dempsey entered col. 'i,
I ; Nordhoff Pit cairn's Island ,
j tilockm atteBETHEL think a little sea air and sunshineare She rang for Albert Told him she Norrls ; legs at F S C. W In Tallahassee,
Secret
Indicated. I asked Suzy if she had to be away for the nlght--per. Marriage; Olllvant last .week ,
-- Bob, Son of Battle PankhurstLife r
B.\PTIST CHURCH ,
i would like to to, I
go thought may- haps most of the following day
j'' ; Rev. L. Donnley, Pastor be she'd like to see the Riviera but She could not explain but It was or Ememllne Pankhurst, ,
Pltkln
Services every first Sunday. she was firm about going back to of the utmost Importance He was Life Begins at Forty AUTO PARTS

r Sunday School 2:30: p. m. Paris. Not especially flattering tome to IE-l1the baron she was all right Amber Poynter-, ReadAn Disappearance of Mary j

Bible Study and Prayer Services but as It Is all for the best I had slept well had been wakened American in \ Now --- 1'_ol Parts. for., mil

fiery Saturday night. am glad she went to father. You'llbe \ early by a telephone call from an New, York; Roche Coae AgainstMrs .._.,._ of ........ truck. A .....11.TI'I'I'U' ....*. .,,' .
Ames; Rosh The Earth Trem- .\ IIION" MHTAI. ('4).
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here when I
get back won'tyou old friend from New York and had "
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n bled, l.tJA" \*'. Realer-Phew. ft-Hint: '
Sandburg Mary Lincoln
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St., Marks Episcopal Church ? gone to see her. Sinclair Burned I J\fKKO\.(,!<:, KLOHIUA. 1
Bridges; Swlg-
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Service on second, fourth and "Of course The other planes are A few hours later she was at the gert The Rebel Raider; Swlnner-

rid/ Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. due today or tomorrow and .I'll hotel near the flying field. Captain ton The Georgian House; Tilton.

Litany and choir practice at Miss Petticoats;; Tuttle Henry
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1730 o'clock on Friday nights pre.
The Sheriff; Wodehouae -Brinkley

i I wedlng Sunday services. Manor. -. COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS

Graham Christian ChurchRev I NEGRO CK\P SIIOOTKKS \'S. 1

C C. Johns Pastor i JUTE SOIL-\VASTKKS 2 to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars '!
second and fourth Sun. P rf
Service SS
I toys, 11 a m. and 8 p. m. x I In many hill ;country; Southern

Bible School every Sunday 3 p.m. W\ ? | counties soil destruction has reached Could Yo. Ask?

Service every Sunday night 8p.m. I the proportions of a calamity

I While statute books and court proceedings We suggest that

Prayer meeting Wednesday are severe on negro crapshooters you make a lest

night. and chicken. stealers,
30,000 Mil** on Tirw in your own car
---+ white land owner who let they ,

MEMORIAM! soils wash commit a far ,
1 away and find out for
greater crime against humanity. ( I 1

James Frederick Carnell son of Commenting on this condition Editor yourself' the ex*

Mr and Mrs. S. C. Carnell and I Clarence Poe of The Progressive ProvenRuggedReliaM.CoupesSedan.Trucks.) tru mile In H-C.

pandHon of Mr. and Mrs. F. A : Farmer has this to say:
'
Scott died Sept. 22, 1931. J A i M, When we destroy the ROil fertility -

"His little hands are folded like which the Almighty intended See thoSinclair

white lilies on his breast, should nourish not only you and

Hit busy feet so noisy once are i me but all those who may come t Dealer '

evermore at rest; after ua for a million years to ,

The snow-drift of his little bed Is It was a charming party that evening, come we white landowners com- +
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mit crime far than that 1'vWrWIN1/11.rtl1 .a, //b
a greater
stainless smooth and still, gay but informal. FOR SALE BY ./1.11.,.,. ."
of any Ignorant Negro who steals ta
As If waiting for the Laddie back
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a chicken or ham or sheep. Those
his cozy place to fill. thefts affect Individuals Henry A. McClellanWILLYS
Hi hobby-horse is saddled and have enough to keep me occupied, Charvllle was not in, she was told. I petty today. But when only we destroy- Agon Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)
never fear: But yes the English officer had DEALER
gives forth a hearty neigh essential soil we sin
On the day after Andre returned come in just a few minutes before fertility 9OI Main StreetJACKSONVILLE VOn SINCLAIR! PRODUCTS
But the rider does not hear It, for She the stairs and burst against the human race not only PHONE m
ran FLA.
up
from his rest and was flying his .
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but fcn"'U'Ie tomorrows
he is far away. today
for the first time into his room. 234 I'eurhtree-Atlanta, da.
new plane a
so-called statesmen in the
Yet our J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
He Is dwelling with the angels ,
to "Thank here she
r French officer introduced Terry God you're of the South for Or Write
legislatures years
and though we may be late, waste minute ask- STARKR:, FLORIDA
Madame de Chabris. She gave him said. "Don't a and for generations have been for- Southern Willys Distributors
We know he'll not forget us, but an Intent look followed by a ravIshing ing: questions. I have only an houror I mulating statutes and setting up

watching at the gate. smile. so before I must go back Lookat court machinery to punish chicken
"
"Pardon me Captain Moorebuthave this Terry-look. stealing and crap shooting while

His toys are laid upon the shelf we never met before ? In Russia He took the magazine and read the destruction of the South's fun.

his clothes are put away perhaps?" 'the caption: "Madame de Chabris damental natural resource, the destruction

The little rug Is folded up on "I have never been in Russia and the famous ace Captain Andre of the Almighty's greatest :r

v which he knelt to pray; Madame. And I'm sure we never Charville a. Nice." gift to our section- -destruction

His empty chair Is by the hearthas have met before. I could not have "I m sorry, Suzy If this agitates which insures disaster alike to this

where and when I assure and to all future
if expecting him,' forgotten you he said "But- generation gen.

And when we see that empty chairour you If I had ever seen you "Keep still" she commanded. erations--has been treated as a

eyes with tears are dim. before." "You've got me all wrong If you matter of no public concern." YOU CANT PASS UP MAGAZINE VALUES LIKE THESE)
"Well. If you put it that way I think this is a jealous tantrum. -
We listen, wait, and listen for a must take your word for it. I'm You don't know who she Is-Andre "I beg your pardon, sir," said the

voice that never calls butler, "You wakened me from a orm ir..* .
always thinking I've seen some one doesn't. We must find him at once orrrt N. / ALL fOUR
For a the hallway, but sound and I did not Fpr..l.. ..r.1 *."* }
step along somewhere before and since the warn him.:' sleep recognizeyou Od Slorifcl *. rox ONLY a.albr.Agr/eulhld.b 1 T s FOB ONLT
the footstep never falls. war I've become worse than ever. "This Is fantastic Suzy-" In the darkness." Country Han*.1 T yeas C.u.lrr Ham.1 T.a

But this comfort we have always Uniforms do have a tendency to "Listen to me Terry. That Is the At the head of the stairs was th 'Th.farm Journal. 1 y4V $ -.80 n Fan roniMd. I l.ad 5 .80

that though we may be late bring out similarities, instead of woman who shot you. I saw her room with the light. The door wai J AND r
We know he'll not forget Us, but differences in human, beings. But plain, twice. Do you think I could not locked. Without knocking the)'

be watching at the gate. now that we have met won t you ever forget-or be mistaken. opened it and. rushed in. From be

come to see me? This evening a Terry thought a moment. low, the butler wan watching In Country <*" |J| M CALL'S I
His grave Is on the high-land where few friends will be at my chateau "That's why she asked If we'd tently. s s pNGtR

sweet blossoms grow, where I'm living and I hope you met-trying to test me. Come we'll "Suzy" gasped Andre. Then Story PiCtomlsteast

Where the sky la clear and open will be among them." go to her house. I'm quite sure fighting for composure, he turnedto THIS NEWSPAPER / T "' ITARM rl

and the fragrant breezes blow. Terry said he would be charmedto Andre Is there. Or no--we'll go to his hostess "I don't understand

t Kind trees are bending o'er It, as if come as she moved on across the Intelligence Officer first this unceremonious entrance- -probably for 1 year and

God had placed them there the field. "We can't Terry-not until we your unexpected uninvited I
"She is fascinating" said Terryto find Andre. He may be In actual guests will explain It to everyone'I '
Ti guard where he Is witha 3 Big Magazines
sleeping the officer. "Who is she any- danger now. And there's another satisfaction In the meantime
never ceasing care. We can't have him draggedInto THIS NEWSPAPER '
way? thing. Madame de Chambrls, may 1 present -
Oh. my heart Is aching breaking "A remarkable woman and a this mess. It would ruin his my wife? You already know for one full 9 I I II '''i+

while we're waiting for the great help to us In keeping up the career. Worse than that It would Captain Moore." yearAnd 4

blissOf morale of the men. You'd have kill his father It Is up to us to
know Madame deChambrls 4
"And I, too I Big Magazines
the but she has been that dear old man from
rapture and the sweetness met before this protect ," said Suzy calmly. "She Q

of his gladsome smile and away. She has a place In Nice andit any possible sorrow or disgrace""I not recall me-we met under
kiss; was there Captain Charville told you once you were not rather may peculiar circumstances.. IlIs'18lo.frolll Group A ; 1 Utg
But this thought always cheers us, went to recuperate. They are great dumb. I tell you that again," Ter- "
mind that said
"Never now,
that though we may be late. friends." ry said. "I see your head la workIng .
"It Is not /
We know He'll not forget us, but The sight of Andre coming downin better than mine." Terry am delighted to important""I have withus S.!.ct Any 3 Magazines
be watching at the gate." a perfect landing attracted their They said nothing as they droveat you .
even though arrival was From This List .. 0....... .-
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Parents and Grandparents. attention just then. But a terrific speed away ........
mind was not altogether on that. village out on the country road. a trine out of the ordinary said 1 .Tn. >. St..,. I w- 4l4rMlaa 5atn. 1"Sal jffSE f.-._ ..
He was thinking of Madame de When they reached the house they Madame da. Chambrls graciously H 5.If.. a 0.4._ _I Y- CI"' 101\011\ I"..I' ,_ $ ", ; ,,

Chabris and Andre-and Suzy.It found it in darkness except for one And now"Pardon- FI CrUo-_.. a.Moral..__ _s.1 -s. 5p loa"-.. 4s. : I'" YwN* &*. : : I tr* '
Madam. said An- .
me 1" ,
,
charming party that light in an upper room. N.ueheld. MS.sd.. Y- a U. ) 1Mri 1". r,
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... was a the dre. "But as I am responsible in ado HOBO 11- Motho..)_l Tess 00 Y.C.IIY e..... I: 8::'1rlrw."r.. M
but informal. Watch- As they crept quietly up w KoCaU'. .. 1 11
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Mev .
evening, gay /.st .
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I ",yb'1i a k In a low strange a round-about way for this Intrusion No.... Claoot ______ ...1. .....r 2... CerN RNa.a..rdl
1 I Ing the hostess, Terry said to himself path. Terry spoke I demand that wife and 1 Y- a Opoll"C... (S.e. ... B.',left, 1", ,
Y- .
: that she would be equally at I voice."I my Q a'1'ra". \ _...:",: c.Tr.
'i Ope. seed (5.T.) -2 Y- pa su' 1" Q hlyrd Rr c.
e to Captain Moore offer you.their apologies .... ) Y.... ... J 4
.. "oW i : at the most elaborate ball but H not tell you keep your .-. r' M.v. _I r l.t.klJ 1"h.. '- .
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liah5 j '..,,5 e ease she Heaven only knows for their outrageous behav .....11...... (...ldr) -I feat o' IMId tnMS. 1" 0 Y1.. LI,.-. 1",
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I NM/1.
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4w 11.E9t1 :: t during the war of course courage. PI.lsrfel 5..l. r.o /kawltN NNW .,, 1 RI
be letting ourselvesIn ior" .... _2 0 : : 1" 0 .
show of os- what we may ,
> gyT{ Q. would not err by any one but I know whatever it Is, "Andre," said Terry, "We will I Rho.a.tle SlonM8flr. I iw. 0 Ia1M 5111'H...... 1" 0 Iron. ,rn/1a.... 1"
she was for ,
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decided COlI
He ... I 1" .
tentation. BookSoutboro Y- 0honr .
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later ,
to .
ilGI A..II. rn
IIMNLEJACKSONVILLE! who would always do the correct you will face It. I want you to I explain you AerioulturiotWomoo _I raw 01- 1" 0...laurul t. I..,
the bravest perative that you come with ua at .. Ced.ai..a _I fee typtr/Lair" 2'" rrrln, 1 /
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Andre know I think you are [) .... 1"
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thing in the correct way World. _____ 1 ,- ""'" :J'" gCIa/Ny, .
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her without any exception 1InM e ", 1"
admiration for ... d
his person "OT-cIo.<. .IthaolloWn5A11u' pQ Sara
showed .
take to Issuing ::...tMI.I urybdr'e .
"Since when did ,..,
She showed him no have ever seen. you Trw Sfaf quite frankly. wait after they orders to me?" asked Andre. MI1i. ... .". .
FLORIDA special attention. She was, as a'' There was a long "As' for wife--even a jealous Mod.ro N..,_.... In-1Amoriaao ,_
my I
: before the door wascautlou.ly
CHAULK QAlNER,Mt good hostess must be, equally Interested rang the bell I 1-4 Gift I rw n' ,
5 ,
had opened by the butler. woman- D.II! _'" r at ,
YOUR idl...,111..1a1 .....i .?(.,_*_.,- I In all her guests. He said the servant, "Andre said Suzy firmly. "I I"v' 1'- ,
me" .... ...
1 Import- "Pardon hy. <:<011.
MM el fort ...__ M thif. ow-Wiii, been foolish to attach any This Isn't ,
jealousy
.'""'o',l._.....|-11ocot.| ..1ft _M ...... to what be had learned that "but' It Is very late and Madame will explain. GENTLEMEN I E clo.. r p|._.. Send MoD ,
., "._ Joi.oo.lllo. lrr rooo. ..10 ance gave strict orders- I am not angry We hoped you I OBor No. I Q Offer M.. 2 Otfot !t
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(....._ ..... .<* -OOf. knew were comingto i quietly. As you will not, I must g < a Tear's subocriptioa
**, "Xi ..- "lodwa-ol" .....,"' UIPO*. vague discomfort returned. There firmly. "She we to year p.pr.
of the bring her a most Important message -I tell you-
,, Ali CONOHIONIO had been a secret meeting meant to admit "Suz: cried Terry warningly
she "
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officers. she had not
if
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TelegraphEstablished f DEMOCRATIC; ELECTORS I __......If! .
Bradford County Economic Highlights .. -- -- __
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I' With the big election only a .. .,..:::-. =-- .
weeks away it is important that Review)
Industrial New -
1877 every good Democrat should memorize L ( ; .---s-- "

the Hat of seven Democrat!

,, MEM.BERLORIM / == 1 Presidential Electors whose name HappvnlnaThat Atlrrt the l>lit... r l GOSHTM GLAD i -.
PRESS ASSOCIATION\ will on the November ballot !- Pmllm. IHtMrmf Ckcrk .... Tai" i \
appear
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Hill mt Fiver -National THAT
of Republican I
1Q3S \m] mixed In with the names ..* International ProbUauIn ?11(1q( TO SEE
y electors. The law doe ...araal. fr.m Local Waits" r.. .
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class so It Is up to the Individual to with the headlines and the

; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida memorize the list In order to vote thoughts of the voters concerned t,
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_.__ __ .. __- ._ __ on --- --I correctly.The almost entirely wjth) the opposing \ijT7\
R L.-Matthews ___ _Editor and Owner Democratic electors are IUI candidates for the' nation's highest \ ,
next comes
Congress
the
_. ______ __ un follows: office attention M
Fred Andrews in for relatively little
SUBSCItllTION KATE W. P, BUD Arnold But Congress is always vitally Im- lvo I Ih
In Advance Erie B Askew portant. A stubborn Congress can A / I
75c-Payable \\a
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, Mrs. George M. Dorman just about ruin,h president's program P & &?tut,

Advertising Hates on Application. _.- Wallace N. Keith and ambitions as Hoover
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.-------- -- -- ---- -- -- --- last two jj41p. AttLi :
-- - Lloyd Z. MorganJ. found out In his years

By RED KERCE J. Parrlsh Jr. And a friendly Congress can make .
The Republican Party In Florid* the White House a legislative par
I
Success depends on how closely a man's head and backbone I has managed so that the names sdtse--as Roosevelt learned in his i iuINfR
of all Its electors begin with thi first two years, when the legislative M+ AND ?HE I / I I
are related. letter "A", while only three Democratic branch of the government suc- k : t i

0 electors begin with "A"- cumbed to the Influence and appeal ,1 BIDS i -

Coughlin stricken ill while speaking-sick at Andrews, Arnold and Askew of the executive. .0.'
Father was '" ;
Therefore, In order to vote for al! Make-up of tbe next House of
the stomach from listening to himself, we suppose. seven Democrats it will be necessary Representatives will be largely dependent S 3 0L

p- only to remember Andrews, on who rises to the Presidency rr r/ .a /
Arnold and Askew and then vote is
If Mr Roosevelt re-
didn't sel --
if the merchants
is the where
A hick town one for the other four electors on the elected It will be certain that the l

;', 'on installment plan they easily could "Love thy neighbor. balot whose names do not begin House will doubtedly control the

0 with "A". lower branch. Representativesmust
If you. keep this fact in mind it run for office every two
About all the average man has now to worry about is thai will greatly assist you In voting years and their political life la often

part of his life he is entering which wasn't worth living up to correctly and will prevent you very short.
confused when confronted -
from becoming
0 A different state of affairs obtains
1 with the usual scramble of
One writer gives two rules for living: "Do not worry and Democratic and Republican elec in the Senate. A senator runs
who would if they were? only every six years and as a result -
eat three square meals a day. Well, tors.; the 1937 Congress will be
---
o Democratically controlled even
PEPPER SPEAK
HEAR
It doesn't take Emily Post to tell you what is and whaivn't though the Republicans sweep the

All have to do is to bite into< Bradford County should show its country. It is mathematically impossible
done in a restaurant. you appreciation of a distinct honor beIng for the GOP to win a malorlty 'lOy j-yES

it given It next Thursday after. in the upper house-if It 4'f

''W I P 0 noon. Senator-elect Claude Pepper took every contested seat it would = rt
'
K/ editor "Put the G. O. P. ui will open his speaking tour in lack two votes of control. As many .! gsa+/nt eesw..
"Who" snorts a Republican ., .
In the
'avor of the entire Democratic contested aenatorshlps are -
i, a tree?" Perhaps the party was just obeying a natural in.stinct. Icket; in the court house here at Deep South where the Democratic

nomination Is the same thing as
tour o'clock. of alL 'political FLORIDA BIRTH RTE
election, it Is Inevitable that the laws which are now In existence foresighted men
This Is an unusual opportunity
o all-I Florida birth records for t|)
due to expire-the so< parties.
will have a substantial but are
for' here to listen to one Democrats "
Here."; Tampa Times. Wellyou'd people measures The President's attitude- In'Ihis first seven months of this ye
Is Begun ed emergency
"Study of Eggs of the most fluent orators in the majority when the members of tbe "temporary
the stat vital matter is typically Azt erican. showed a decrease of more th
better not take too long or the subject might go stale state as well as the man who has Senate answer the roll-call In January They will go off I II reodbte
from births,
nominated the Democratic I ute books unless ,Congress gives: Fortunately, we are 1,000 as compared to t
I tan you. just been without by opposition to Even so. best commentators feel them new life. Among such laws! Europe. Our people arejanyj lng records for the same period
Party dollar but belligerent and envy"no empireor 1935, according to a report t
o The vitally Important
succeed the late Duncan U. Fletch- that this will not be a major obstacle are:
make at least speech Landon's devaluation measure: 'the Electric nation. The American 'public week by Dr. Stewart G. Thomos'
Colonel Frank Knox, expects to one .r In the United States Senate. to Governor pio-
wishes to maintain relations -
In event of his election. I Farm and Home Authority loans; > friendly director of vital statistics for t!
mild winter is an. gram
in Florida. Aside from that, a perfectly the re- with all powers and to car.
;
AND Deal the CCC appropriations 1
nip; OQVERNO THE PUP the voters disavow the New State Board of Health!
ticipated. Senators of both parties will snlf ciprocal tariff; the excise (nuisance ry on lawful world commerce: without

o The Governor of Louisiana hal the wind and fall'in line with the ) taxes on gasoline, radios, restraint. ,That la$the' way --. ---- beal

definitely tsken a band In punishing two mandate. And, on the other ham'should etc.; the three cent postage rate; toward permanent peace, Platinum can be rolled and
Some of those gags floating in on th'eradio prove aimers who attempted to drown President Roosevelt be endorsed the Interstate oil production limitations The Spanish revolution has again en into leaf one two-hundred tho

I, that the average comedian isn't any slouch at tossing t mongrel puppy by tossing It Into again, he will\ naturally be compacts; the much reviled brought fear of war to the werld. sandth of an Inch thick.

stink bombs the Mississippi River. The dog able to bring about Congressional much praised neuturality act. The But as the President said, the'Am -
made Its way to shore after ,battling agreement of almost anything oldest emergency bureau In the erican people will fight no''other: The German Republic was f
i o against the current and Immediately he wishes. government-the RFC, which was nation's battles and will Insist mally established at Felmar

And as Olin Miller says: The Democrats needn't worry a controversy was pre. No matter who takes the big started by Hoover and continuedand that Its rights be respected, and August 11, 1919.

t about the election ; the relief workers know who butters their clpltated that reached even the plum In November the coming enlarged by Roosevelt-must that its remain ---
neu
Governor's ears. He took a personal Congress will be faced with a number also be given a new okay If It Is government One hundred twenty-one lang
relief rolls. band In bringing the arrests of vital Issues.. The tax issue I to continue.So tral in spirit and deed.-Economic ages are spoken by Europe's fort

o In the case. will be up again:-bigger and betty Congress will be busy next News Review. six million Inhabitants.

We just can't take the Spanish civil war seriously as long There may be persons who will than ever, in all probability. Gu year whether the donkey or the
ai
u both sides continue to stop fighting in the middle of the think It, undignified and foolish for ernor Landon has been biting In elephant rules In the old colonial
I to take his denunciation of New Dea house on Pennsylvania Avenue. .
is big a man as a governor
Jy, to 'take a siesta. such an Interest In administering spending policies.". And Mr. Roc ; -

1'p o lustlce for a mongrel pup but it velt hall again said that he ant The Industrial production IndexIs Hall's

A new tunnel has been dug under the Hudson River. W should be remembered that a bigger clpates a balanced budget before still on the rise. Favorable ,GroceryMARKET

cant help but envy New Yorkers all those nice places to hide man still-we are told In the long, has gone on the record foi signs dominate all industry. Biggest
Bible-marks the fall of every economy and a certain amount o problem now Is the threat of
from tax collectors. retrenchment. Yet..both candidates
sparrow. labor trouble.
o agree that the farmer should be<

It's an ill wind that blows nobody good and GovernoiTalmadge BACK SEC CLASS helped from the Federal treasurythat grow Another rapidly problem in importance which Is may that
for the unem
Starke has a good chance of getting Federal relief
blew himself right out of politics with the wind Its postofflce back into second ployed and needy must be contin of the price level. Consumer groups aK,
costs are going up
from his own lungs. class If business there holdsup ued. There Is asap,, the probability: say that living salaries and wage
faster than
V o as well during the next four that the government will feel thatIt checks that the rises are unjustified. AND MLUNCH
It has the pasttwothirds must greatlyIncrease its armyand
during
months as
"Brain Waves or'Monk y (Resemble Those of Man.- of the year: With the navy appropriations. Under There Is political this. and economic

.: Headline. And the permanent waves of a Hottentot re emUe Christmas season yet ahead, bringing such circumstances. Congress will dynamite .in--- a. r

those of the busiest time of the year undergo many a headache as It NEAR SEA BOAR!).'STATION-BEHRY MARKETrh
some women.
: there Is every reason to hope that seeks to control appropriation AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICYIt
.
o .
will 'be
amount measures.The
the necessary volumes for the sincerity
''i An Oregon lumberjack has shaved himself with an a* grossed. tariff will ,likely be an Is- speaks and Integrity of the American CAS'SPECIALS:

for three years. Just did it to make us safety razor boys feel However, the advancement couldbe sue. Tremendous difference of press that on the occasion
made surer If each person would opinion has resulted from the reciprocal recent
President Roosevelt's
:' like a bunch of sissies, we bet. act authorizing of
make the rise from third to second trade agreement statement on our foreign policy,

r.Ya i 0 class his own Individual problem. the President to lower little or no partisanship marred editorial FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Lbs. 75c
of countl'lesdoing ,
la favor
tariff duties
"Townsend Leader Enlisting Youth.-lIowever, it's If everyone who finds It necessary comment.The .
of town the same for us. Congresswill
to order anything out
1- hard to interest fellow in something that won't President said that the pol. I''I'
pretty a young would enclose the necessary pos- be beleaguered on the one American governmentwould IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 20c '
t"happen until he's sixty years old. tage for return of the article, hand by powerful groups wanting a icy of continue the to be that of the .' .
which amount will be charged to high tariff such as agriculture, .' ,
-
0'A would
office and equally powerful groups wantIng "good neighbor; that we -- ;
local
the 'r.
./ Colonel Knox points out that there are fifty-two taxes would them anyway get credit for these additional a lower tariff and bigger for. maintain rigid neutrality toward PICKLES 24-oJar _ 15c 'I'I

r hidden away in every loaf of bread. Impossible. There's not sales and there would be no eign business such as the heavy any and all belligerent powers; ,/ .
of
.. room for all that and the ants too. doubt about-0-Its advancement. machinery The Townsend and automobile plan will makers., in all entanglements that we would keep and that free we foreign would ROUND STEAK (Tender) Lb. 20c

o be little consid build up our national defense services
VOTE THE; SLOTS OUT probability given
Nothing seems official about the Spanish outburst of The Bradford County Anti-Slot eration. Outside of one or two sufficiently to make us a dan- PURE GROUND COFFEE Lb. l2Y2c
country ,
v for any eyeing
!;,warfare. The Associated Press hasn't compiled a list of pronunciations Machine Committee Is to be con- states, such as Washington Town gerous our enemy.ossessions and territories
on Its fine work In se sendltes have made a very poor
for the towns in which battles were fought. gratulated curing the necessary number of showing in the primaries of either with covetous eyes. DIME BRAND MILK, Can ,_ __ tOe

---e>- signatures to petitions calling fora party. And the bonus Issue Is at That declaration of policy was
hard in referendum on the question In last dead-a fact which has caused Ly Republican as wellas .
"A man choking on a fish bone, was slapped so applauded APPLE BUTTER 28-oz. __ _ 15c
to
the November General Election. If many a political aspirant and ?
sounds I Democratic newspaper
the back until his neck was broken.-Pres. item. It "
the voters do not oust the machines say "Thank God!

'eke an emergency treatment administered by a close! relative. from this county at that time, they Some of the longest and moat spokesmen, and it Is reasonable apparent that and CORN FLAKES 2. for __ _____ __ ,15c
; w a will have no one to blame but acrimonious debate will concern It Is supported by

The Pardon Board has refused to consider appeals for themselves.Although the state benefits I LARD Jewel, 2 Pounds __ __ ---25c

temency unless a prisoner has served one-third of his time. somewhat from a good stiff license Your Laundry Waited \

ilhat' seems awfully harsh treatment for a nice, law-abiding derived fee In on this these way devises cannot the offset good -send it to . 59cFor SALAD DRESSING, Pt. Jar __ _ ISc
'
Criminal. the harm done to business in general IH POUNDSFlat

--p --- by having dollars fed Into Work Finished BACON, Best Grade, Lb. ___ ___. __ -17c '
Winchell says the Pennsylvania Dutch paint the doors of machines when the money would Additional Pounds Only

> their houses blue if they have any unmarried daughters. Of nels otherwise of trade.be going Into the chan 40 Each. PENNY MATCHES, 2 Pkgs. __ ISc

coarse they don't have to paint the daughters-they're already Someone has said: "The slot ma 1 DISGUISE AS YOU WILL

blue. chine while termed a gambling ITS WASHDAY JUST THE SYRUP, Ga. Cane, Gallon .35c
device Is more than that. It Is SAME
o In reality what the general pub.I tOe
ONIONS Fancy Texas 3 Lbs. _
Some writers predict that in a few years most of Amer- He has named It, a one-armed ban Buy all the expensive homewashing '

ica will be living in automobile trailers. Making it even harder dit, and there toll is from no way the to educatedas beat it.It O all equipment the soap on and the powder market.your Order TOILET TISSUE 650 sheets 3 for lOc
takes Its
for the fellow in a second-hand car to keep up carrle but>>
of course well as the Illiterate, and from .this /grocer: *- is boll lr
with the Jones's. tbe but till be waahday-.me RIB BEEF STEW Pound tOe
[ the rich as well as poor First same old burden ,
_0- If one would observe closely It HOME WASHING SERVICE

"A Texas machine tells a man the ,mistakes he makes would be seen that those who can Class : Which Makes Monday Washday CHUCK STEAK. Lb. ._ lie
111 afford to lose the money are No Longer/:
I when driving an automobile."-Press Report. They all do, the greatest patrons of this Insidious for Wednesday, Thursday, POTTED MEAT; 3 Cans lOc

that in most cases the driver is too busy playing a harp to device. Saturday Delivery.
"It has been said that these LAUNDRYentll take* the mum* out of the
()bear the instructions. machines pay off only about twen Give you sanitary and sci BREAKFAST BACON Fancy Sli. lb 35c

o ty cents for every dollar put In washing.

One writer says the cold fact is that traffic today is a them and In some Instances even & WE MEET ALL OTHER CASH
So if It Is amusement the Starke Dry Cleaners Laundry
[combination of an eighty-mile-an-hour car in the hands of a less. (
''i
player wants, he Is paying a very PRICES. FREE DELIVERY.
to itself to a
adjust
twenty-mile-an-hour driver struggling dear price. He Is only feathering PHONE 23 -

'Ithirty-mile-an-hour road. the nest of the owner." -- ----------------






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