Bradford County telegraph
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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: October 2, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02561
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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SEEMS SURE the Because complicated of pressure old of work on ,': VOTE T. F Landrum, mayor-elect of BRADFORD Henry Manas AIR RACES, local. flying enthusiast \ FOR 193637Last
age pension
Starke, his just been appointed has just received his non-
applications, which must be I
chairman! of the annual Red Cross commercial pilot' license and plans ,
soon as possible, Mrs. Edward -
Roll Call from, November 11 until to take part in the air races at
; List But Believes WPA has stated work that will no be applications taken for the for On Street Here headquarters was here this weekconf..rrlng Real Jobs Instead Out of the Flying Club that wnaorganized Year Held Here

with Mr Landrura and here about a year ago.
Enough Have Signed time being.It ThursdayREI'UIUJCANS plans for the most Intensive cam- Of DoleI'OI'I. Mr. Mannaria Is the first to be IIcensnl WednesdayBRADFORD

was also announced that CCC I paign In receat'years have already Only about three membersof

I COMMISSIONERS W II. I, applicants will be Interviewed \ SPENDING been started ." SU0ULi) It E the original nine are still. activeIn TO PAY ONE
Monday, October 12 for
I(GET PETITIONS MONDAY I listment which will be taken October en--| LARGE SUM- IN STATE membership In previous hen roll come calls from the ,bulk Starke of PROUD, HAWKINS SAYS; Mr.the Manasna club. will take Starke'8Taylor MILL OVER .PAST YEAR

13. It Is expected that a large with Cub to the meet and
little from
certain this week | Enthusiastic Democrats heard cooperation sur- sitys Bradford Countlans will one
It appeared pay
quota will be allotted to this The Works Progress Administration -
he will enter all event that ho
towns. can
rounding However a planIs
Bradford County Senator-elect Claude Pepper speak! mill more state and county taxesIn
ttt tNovem'' ty. has poured $$05,000 Into the "
:are the opportunity -. I in praise of the entire Democratic under way this year wherebyeach channels of trade In Bradford "get Into. 1936-37 than they did during the

3 to determine whether or not ticket on a street corner here at town will be allowed to keep thus I I past year It was estimated after
ill jot machines will continue to be I I 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. I half of its membership money Instead County to the furnishing which many has job MANY.F the County Commissioners recently -
FEW\ AFFECTED unemployed, resulted -
I Starting his tour in Starke Sen of sending It in to headquarters for
rid! here. The petitions, con- In an Impetus to the coun- adopted a permanent budget
here It la believed that
still be- I ator Pepper to visit the more the fiscal
lining 722 signature are expects ty's purchasing power, Walter new year
ll(checked In the office of super- | By Court Ruling On sixty-seven counties in Florida In Interest will be created In Mr.this way.Lan- Hawkins State Director for the In Good Shape Now Next year's levy will be 57'4.
In the next few weeks
nor of Registration H. C. Wall an attempt "to arouse the Demo- National Emergency Council an- mills as compared with 54 Vi milLi

M there Is no doubt there will be I crats of Florida to the necessityof drum will perfect his organizationand nounced in Jacksonville this week. In 1935-36: Increases of several
going to the The Democrats will announce the workers who mills In taxes offset ,
isitficlent number of correct slgutures REGISTRATIONONLY polls. BECAUSE OF RA county were
The total amount far
Bradford so spent
him to
to put the question on the have the votes, and If they by a reduction In state mtllige.
can be made to sense the existing I County over the top. In Bradford County by the WPA, resulting In an Increase of only one
clot __., Director Hawkins said Is a part of ,
SEVEN REMOVED I danger, there Is no doubt but that n ABOUT $21.000) HAS BEEN mill over last year.! The state levy
meanwhile machines I
IE the are $70. 32.93 of the obligations incurred
FROM ROOKS HERE they will turn out and register a PUT OUT TO GROWERS of 2% mills la said to be the low"set
nosing from several places In COURT ROOMTo by the program in the coun I
WALL SAYS I ringing victory for all nominees, In history.
ton since some licenses expired ty. HERE THIS YEAR .
I national, stateand county." The mlllage In the county's vi<-
week and renters of the de- I I
With all the counties
iceS are unwilling to renew 11- As a result of the State Su- Congressman R. A. Green made Be Initiated sharingIn One of the most beneficial rlous districts will vary samewhut.,
the the WPA tins
until it Is seen whether or preme Court's action In declaringthe I a short speech reviewing the efforts program phases of the New Deal's effort but will be as follows In Starke:
spent $, Director Hawkins -
the machines will be voted out 1935: Florida "absentee registration" i I of President Roosevelt on behalf to Improve the lot of the workingman : General Fund8 mills
vt! said, up to July 31, against to. Fund3 mills.
Fine & Forfeiture
law of the and NEXT MONTH
county.The I unconstitutional icy common people urgIng Is the Resettlement Administration
j I tal obligations for the sixty-seven Widow's Pension Fundonehalf.
en names will be stricken from his re-election. Senator Pep- through which approxi-
act of the 1935 Legislature counties amounting to $11,622.-
the registration books In Bradford per was Introduced to his audienceby mately 100 farm families have received mill.
Biking clot machines legal in- County Supervisor H. C. Wall I Judge A. Z. Adkins. CIRCUIT COURT TO CON. 080. l. a new lease on life In Bradford i, Agricultural Fund one-half '
Aidtd a local option clause which Besides the allocated to
I I said yesterday. Alarmed by Republican activitiesIn VENE AFTER PERIOD money County this year. mill.
xt up election machinery to require Bradford County the county also Rood & Bridge Malntewance--
The law provided for the reg- the state and by reports of large OP ONE YEAR Farming and rural life has takenon
that no vote could be taken la participating in the $3,143.- 10 mills.
istration by mail of persons in all of the O. -
expenditures money by a new meaning through new
atil a referendum was demand- 366. the WPA In Interest and
handsome obligated by Road & Bridge
of.the United States. How Bradford County's
parts 0 P. state Democratic
headquarters the $24-
possibilities opened by
ed at least twenty cent of state-wide of which up mills.
by per hew Initiated project $2.- Sinking Fund-11
l ever the court ruled this week thata in Jacksonville Is bending all court room will be 000 that ha ben loaned by the
:qualified voters of the county.The voter must register "within the its energies towards bringing out Into use when the Fall term of circuit 937. "1.93 has already been spent RA In our county this year. Refunding Account- mills.

state comptrollers office, territorial limits of the state" and the full Democratic vote in November court get under way here The people of Bradford County General School FI1n.I--10 mill
The has been used to
such Issues permits for licensing "personal appearance" before the A speaker's bureau has been Monday, November 2. It will be have every reason to be proud of livestock money seed fertiliser purcha..e to School Interest & Sinking Fun.16

: registration supervisor is required.The established and besides Pepper, the first term of circuit court heldIn the WPA according to Director -- mills
col-tors make needed to building
decision came In a suit Governor-elect Fred Cone and Sen- a year since the court room was Hawkins, who said "under the able repairs Stat. levy.2 V4 mills. '
and for subsist .
DW are operating in Florida. brought by H. E. Candy, defeated ator-elect C. O. Andrews have taken not completed by the WPA In time direction of administrative officials family Total 57 V4 mills. .,.

fteir wheels are going In everymnty sheriff In Eacambia County, to require -! to the stump. for the spring term. the program In Florida Is being Because of economic conditions The Board of County Commissioners -

of the state, and in some the canvassing board to -*- The new room will seat 431 persons executed In accordance with the prevailing for the pant few year, met Wednesday: In the lost
I financial aid was not readily avail- meeting of the fiscal year to pay ,;
antics the maximum number- throw out ballots of thirty-five not Including jurors attor far-reuchlng plans of President
tu for each 100 population-has persons who registered and voted Roads Expensive neys and other court officials. It Roosevelt to meet the unemployment able through other agencies, and all bills coming due In the old year

bee licensed. They are located in by mail from outside the statein The State Road Department reported Is said to be one of the largest and problem." the loan made by this Federal The regular meeting will be heM

Buy kinds of business placesI I the June 23 Democratic primary. this week it has spent $42- best equipped for a town of this The money being spent In Brad- branch have made possible the rehabilitation Monday October 5. .I

Murants, shoeshine stands, Although winning this suit he must 884,797.20 on the Florida highway size In the state, The new seats ford County by the WPA on worth- of most of the client -..-..

mstands garages filling eta show in further proceedings that system since January 1, 1933. Au- are more comfortable, but are similar while projects will bring Increased Their economic a tat u s has : PSYCHOLOGYCLASSES

Cot, stores, dance halls. the votes of persons registering tomobile owners supplied $27,975- to the old ones Ernest Byrd pleasure to the residents aol' create changed to a comfortable livelihood -

Operators who own the slot ma- mall would have decided the elec- 188.35 of the total in gasoline court house janitor, thinks thatas lasting benefits to the county and their outlook on life has HERE
whole the new room Is fine his been transformed Into a bright and
said. The remaindercame a Director Hawkins said.
'taxes they
tion. :
dunes and lease them out on a l lI
of future.
only objection being to the new optimistic: p'ctuie BY UNIVERSITY
from the Federal Govern-
(parentage basis to owners of bus- In Bradford County a registration "There are only two basic waysin
ment in seats, which he nays are "harderto The rehabilitation of that class I OF FLORIDA EXTENSION 1
wa places have organized them- once made Is good for life. which unemployment relief can
under. of farmers which has been In dire
idi'! into the Florida Coin Opera- In Florida counties over 20.000 ---. sweep- .. ---- .-- be given- -doles or job.," Director need of help has been of Inestimable I :

Ion association. They have lined population a voter must register I Finance Chairman I Hawkins declared In discussing the benefit to this community In- The University of Florida, announceR 1
up to fight against the possibility two I Sanderson Gin Open alma and policies of the program, : ;
every H. C. Wall has been appointed : asmuch an it has made It possible the date for the organization Jf
!to local option elections might re- As a result of the court's decision finance chairman for the Democ- The Sea Island cotton gin operated "Give a man a dole and you save for a large number of farmer to of first semester Extension' ,

Bit In outlawing their devices, i Floridians In Washington and ratic Party In Bradford County. by John Burnett of Sanderson his body and destroy his spIrit. pay rent, farm mortgages, taxes Classes for college credit Accordj.j..

sell though state law makes them j jI elsewhere who sought to registerby The appointment was made by M opened yesterday. No short! staple Give him a Job and pay him an assured doctors and local mediants. Ing to Dean B C. Riley of the

legal I I mall must come home and regIster B. Cone, state finance chairman. cotton will be ginned there and wage, and you save both the General Extension Division course '
There l Is In law before vote assured of having body and the spirit. That Is the be offered la '
ample authority In person they can .- growers are NEW BOOKS In Psychology will :. ,
for a county to prohibit operation in the November general election. Electricity radiated from a per- their true Sea Island cotton seed theory upon which the WPA In Starke. The organization meet- ,

4/dot machines even though they The right to cast absentee votes son's body is amplified to automatically returned to them. Mr. Burnett based. AT LIBRARYSOME ling for Starke is set for October 3 !

w not prohibited by state law. by mall, even though registrationlaws turn on the water In a will purchase cotton In the seed or --. at 10:00: A M. at the Bradford

More statewide prohibition was are complied with, Is ques- new drinking fountain for public lint. Births UNUSUALLY IN- I'' High School building.

!meted, and after It was repealed tioned in other litigation now be- places. INTERESTING NOVELS Dr O. Williams, Professor of

-counties had the right to pro- fore the court. The Legislature Experiments In the manufactureof Mr and Mrs. Ellery Sapp, RECEIVEDA Psychology and Mr O. M. Turner, f

Wit sale of liquor by local op- passed this as a companion act to An English automobile builder bleached paper pulp from bam- Starke, girl, September 25. field representative for the University ;

!ton election. the absentee registration. has developed a light car poweredwith boo In the Philippine Islands hay Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Curry, group of exceptionally Interesting will be present at the meet'r

Comptroller's office records show a Diesel engine which he as- ing been successful, a million-dol Starke, girl, September 27. books have just been received Ing to complete the> 1'

permits approved for slot machine TEMPLE serts runs 65 miles on a gallon of lar company for its production has lIar and Mrs. D. I. Knight, at the Starke library. Mrs. of the cla ". These courses are .:, '.
SHIRLEY H. H. librarian wishes to
Starke, girl September 29. Young eitherfor .
tenses: bringing $361,055 to the fuel oil. been organized. I open to any man or woman
call attention to the following: !
We NOW AT RITZ college credit or for vocational .
Counties and cities have "The Circus of Dr. Lao" hy I
fleeted an equal amount, because I THEY'LL SEE WHO'S BOSS NEXT MONTH Finney. Critics have been unanimous or cultural Improvement.

:be law provided each city and "POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL"SHOWS In praising thin hook as one Teachers may secure extension
"Wi county In which a machine LAST TIMES i of their certificates by taking six I
of the most fantastic end com-
TONIGHT ..:> : ( semester hours of this work Persons -
iwatas" could charge one half I TESSIR/ WERE ALL SETON ) pletely original ever written. It la .<,
lie who wish further Informationmay
amount of the state license. I It's always an event when Shir- THIS THING OOMEN'VE R short, and promises in entertaining address the General Extension

!first the state collected $30 oneth ley Temple comes to town, but according -. GOT IT ALL + G y'OON evening for anyone who takesIt Division of the University of Flor I.

machine and the city and to advance reports when nxro OUR CANioATt SAY/ out. ida. ,

uty $15: each, but later the su- "Poor Little Rich Girl," the tiny I GONNA BE ELECTED ) to: Perhaps no novel during the i I

one court said the license should star's new Fox hit opened at the .l. year has received more attention
('the city and county. The decl- day run it was something In a way THERE: 1 IS TO ;.; '" tayano. It..U the first novel by a
i'* was then IT C famous and has beenIn LIKE CHARMJOHNS
on Feb. 1 and since of a celebration, an epoch, a new philosopher

a comptroller' office has colICted milestone for entertainment. For, high demand by readers ever SAID ALL BILLS I''

the higher license. definitely, the talented Temple uoT[ since publication several month PAID IN FULL
*t>en the the performance ago. One rental library In Jacksonville .
legalizing act was miss Is said to give LAST MONTH "'
%**4 after a stormy course of her life in this new film has seven copies of this

Hugh> the 1935 assembly itslmors and to top It off ahe's surrounded ':i'RAC1F2 t THeY AINT book but not a single copy Is ever The ten per cent discount allow

: estimated the state would by a veritable gallery of Holly- A GONNA OC NO RACCweVe / allowed to remain Idle on Its e
IIIp 11,000,000 or more in licenses wood brightest star Including -- c GOT TM' shelve If their bills are paid by
figures Alice Faye. Gloria Stuart, Jack UN-"-'"/. t There hu been quite a demandfor the seventh of the month, !Is workIng -
are not available show.M I ru u tUCTION ,ALL 3CWCOU
book at the -
a on etiquette
Whalen. like a charm and City Clerk
the and "
amount of money played Haley AND MOO TteO
i and Mrs has answered -
Ito slot The great love drama of the Carl Johns reports all light bill
machines since they were OUR MAN' LL WIN/ this. "No Nice
by purchasing for the month 100
I!Wasd. Rep. William Crlffls aamber great war "The Road To Glory Girl Swears" by Alice Leoan past paid up per:
of Is featured at the Ritz Theatre 0'
the 1935 legislature, cent.This
*.. ate and Monday and will reveal Moats. This Is an authoritativebook Is the best collection evermade I
play elf
Y'\en'\ the devices was Itself as one of the outstanding j- on present day manners, but on light bills in Starke, Mr.
were Illegal la written In an exceptionally entertaining -
tv.een cinema achievements of the Johns says and he calls attention
fifty and millionsollars
sixty Painted against a back- t style that makes good to the fact that next WednesdayIs
a 1'. year.
The of the seething kalledo- reading. the last day on which consumers -
legislature will meet again ground no-man's land, and 'rtAH ? Other books received are': ''TheDoctor" may benefit by the discount ,1
of battle
April scope WERE BOSSINT! THIS Roberta Rlne-
z and some nominees the film depicts by Mary this month.I'ersian .
i announced they planned to war-torn France AFFAIR AND WHAT wt'REOONNAo hart "Death Comes for the Arch
vibrantly --- --
Is -
all its phases. p4
1: repeal of the Blot machine love in enacted by an Impressive 00 T' THESE ,{ t bishop" by Willa Cather, "Forsyte"Jane I ;missionary Here a

Fredric March, OTHER FELLERS L"E' Saga" by John Galsworthy
--- cast Including House" Wlm.'Pyramid" native Persian '
PLENTY Addams of Hull by I Yoslp Benyamln,
Lionel Barrymore A
White Appilltedrge Warner Baxter & by Robert Hlchlnn, and missionary for ten years la
Ratloff. ,
June Lang and Gregory TOO/ Gunnar's Daughter" by Sigrid Persia and Russia, wll preach Sun

C White, head of the I Tuesday and Wednesday bringsto tTndxet; "The Gold Chase" by r day night at 7-30: o'clock at the

rig ptroUer's Office State BankDepartment the Ritz screen "Two Sinner. ___ Al1 Robert Chambers and "The Beloved Baptist Church. A very InterestIng -

Oat and former res I- t starring Martha Sleeper. \ Rajah" by Craig. sermon Is expected as he Is alsoa

due ot Starke has Just received "Little Miss Nobody," with Jane t ----A'____ __ __ world traveller and will tell of

"at of hie appointment to repre- Withers ls featured Thursday and We-'LL SEE WHO Operating on ths principle of the I his experiences. He Is a graduateof

"i \ the Sixth Federal Reserve j Friday of next week at the Ritz. BO33C3 THIS gas burning refrigerator, a refrigerator the Columbia Seminary and I I"

in ..n On the legislative commit-I has been Invented that uses an ordained Presbyterian minister.He .

hPLtaor" the National Association of Small Fire TuesdayThe .... THING/' 'the heat from the sun's rays to will preach Sunday morning at l

of state Banks. was called cause the ammonia solution to the Methodist! Church.
.-. fire department .*-H p
for a vaporize.
Townsend out early Tuesday afternoon A record shipment of nearly SO- r
ClubTownaend wood fire near William:: I ISapp'lI
Th a small gOttS Metal highway surfacing has 000 tons of Iron ore to Japan wu
It started as a result -I
e Club viII meet store. been developed in England: that I Is made from the Philippine Islanda-

bal t hourght, October S, at the of burning trash and though ea- fllLOk asserted to prevent motor vehicles In May and exports are expected to

wexpec good epeakerew. several small buildings were I caassaeear I skidding. reach 450.0OO tons this year.'U" .
dangered for a few minute, It was _

N. Johnson V. P. quickly extinguished.

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iw TIIH cinciir cotitr OFFI.OH'II' NOTICe r The lout cenaus of Turkey show- : NOTICENotice NOTICE .E.KOIONWHERbAt. un IOTI.V OP ,PPI.m1. 'I',.-
Kiuirrn JuwiriAt, Notice Is hereby given that I have Governor of FloridaIn 'l'' 1)55:1): : '

('llttllP I* A'Ut KOtt BH4I>., tl1 my Final Report and will on e a population of more tan 16- I accordance with Section 457 of Mrsmte mil sq. ian I
('O'I1Of'l'Y. l\ 'HAoR"WINS'I'O < Srd. 19J8, apply to the Honorable NOTICE IS
KOHU *o GeneraL Laws ot Florida HER I'
described or the Compiled BY
OOO.OOO residents (a nine la hereby given that the following l&no. C. 'I \ ,
:>! K: KNOW, et al*. E K Ferryman County Judge years. I taxes (Section 392 of the Revised Oeneral H. Clark holder .
I amount .t
for much thereof will be to pay the 1
Florida my a.
of Bradford n.c..ry ,. '
Plaintiffs.ELIZABETH County." Administratorof I herein net OpposIte to the lame, together with cost of such sale and Statute of Florida and pursuant (.rttlc. No 301. f- ,. ; l
: .
v M. COOK et als. : DI..har.of A. E MoIU.W jOTICB OK KLECTIO I advertising will bc said at public auction on thC 5th day of Otob..t. to Article XVII of the Amendment same In A. D 1" '< ," .

DefendantsOHIIKK : W..tt. A -MOITT. WHEREAS the Legislature of I I 1936. before the Court House Door at /tark., th. County of Unled* States to the, Con..tt'lton of the.. application my for Oflcp x.11'J,' I' .1

OK Kl '. 11-I l4tlO2I. 1936 under the Constitution of ills state of Florida. sued thereon d-o ""I
In the otflces of the United States Said ,
AlI' %OTICMTO APPWAil of the state of F.Drld.did pass two I Dreeripties> Pee T R" Oweer Ta*.. 4 Costs Senator occasioned by the death of braces the following; *t.r, I(',; c; "'
THIS HTATK otrTo FLORIDA : (inci'tr roi'RT' or MRAI I Joint prIpo.ln. amendment Honorable Park. and Honorable erty In the 'outity )
Elizabeth. M. Cook Henry Clay KOnitOITWTV.. KLORIUAl IN to the Constitution of theStati I One Lot In NW for of I Duncan 1'r."m.1. and designating State of Florida I".w""r I d 'i i'[ "1
iidV flinry ( j.nd/ur A 'NCI'IIF: of Florida, and the same wereagreed Lot 3
Cook CM ('It the first Block 2
after the
: EtIsitbtI, Y ( okFiflrn and to vote ot WI '? HE' of NE' be- Tuesday PiIleintcr..I, I.. .
H. C ( iuk, P C. Holllngsworth by a ment Section H I,
In November A D
:d"O Monday
Jr./ first .
110 Townciii1c, ;
<(< 'nok, CaIh.rtfl. of all the members
: Pa.'Is Annie B. HoUln..worth.hi. C eachhouse 8 Range 12
1..wrenN. eook; ft N s --------------2* t 25 A. 3. Wilkinson _____. 8.1 1938, a* the time for holding an election East ,
Cook Rllbprl wire ; that the votes on said Joint a The assessment.
Oeorge Hippie <'""" ; Hattie. g'Hr' Resolution were entered upon their Com ft W of YJ Tor to fill said vacancies, and arty under the of V-nirV I ', ,
Plaintf" the Governor has de said
Cook: leoige W. Hippie. CASE NO. 82 respective Journals with the yea of WH of NWlt 8EJV4 WHFRtAH. sued was In the ( ,,_ I
Writ of ,
Payn. Joseph W Cochran and J. Mary (C. A. Johns. .t. !. and nay thereon and they did determine of NBU 5' 1 21 ft. Iv..rel Election to Unless said nan- ,"r I II, '(,
Henry 'ochran trading under the DefendantsAM and direct that the said I W 100 ft. N 245 100 th. of State, deemed accordingto"!. si, ,, ::.:

firm 'iiam. of Fnytie.. Cochran. ndC9InplIn3P 0111)0.11 OF P"DI..r4T.Ol Joint Resolutions) be submitted t<> ft to beg ___ .-1 13 23 &..14 Pa Via ,., ....- '00 THEREFORE Notice la herebygiven erty I."in. ,h. l>ri
cl.org. W. Hippie.; E K. NY1JH TO APPMAH the elector of the State at the General i Com at SE Cor of SWV, of that an election to fill thevacancies to d".crlb..1 II..rell ii i,.
In the office of UnitedStates .
''' w fochran.; J. Henry THE STATS OF FLORIDA In November 1936 (ci t ,t? ,
I I HWH A run W 795 ft house door on the 1 "II
for ,
Senator fi-
"ochran' Vincent O'Bold. Indivldually TI): Mary C. A. Johns, Mary A. C. NOW ITt I, R. A. GRAY 315 ft lot ft 209 ftthence th."plr"d the month of ;",'11''
and as Trustee for ('forie Johns, Isaac ( Margaret Clark .... .. State of tine State of I N1 174 ft 1 903 ft term of Honorable Park Tr.mm..11 Is the 2nd No\eiiiu-i, i "' '::1 I
W. I..rk I deceased and for the day of No\-m, ,,,
D Ultt llw.rge Krug David M. C Brown. S. Duwson. Hul- hereby give notice that a I to ,, certain this 23rd ,, I.
Korrej and. Andrew Hudlslll; n.orlf. dah Hulda Prevail. V..I..n.I" nd..b"3'fa Mm. Hpark- of Honorable Duncan U. Fletcher 19r6t"d da.% ,,.t, -,. I 1,1., ,

IJ llti. i ;"iiie" Krug; Uavld W Pr..v.t Jacob C. Brown (.MMOHAL" r'.EC'O' I man A W of Ry In SEVior deceased will be held on 1'up.dy.
pr.vat. I (OFFICIAL
Furre' AiKliew KudlMlll.; T C Hippie .. l"wlon." Margaret wil be held In each county In Flor-I SWH __ 93 Mr, 'e; F. EUUII.I November 3, 1936, In all of the A. J SEAL)
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: Saniu.A.! Swaiin ''forge LeeCharles ; Muwson. Mary Ida JohnsHrnWI on Tuesday. next succeeding the I u 3 ( oountle and election precinct In THOMAS
Roberts.; Wiley. K. n..n..U.Jr. :, Ida Johns, Mlllurd Brown.Mlllurd tlrl It/ Monday In November A. D. U36. I Com at 8B Cor of HWVi or the 8t..t. of Florida. Clerk of ('1""I'i "
Uouseby and Edward SWH & run W 715 ft N TESTIMONY WHEREOF Bradtord '("'(( i .
Dovey Kvelvn F. Brown Alice Johns L- th. said Tuesday being the 9-25-51-10-23 I' ,
.1 iliHiseby; her husband; nora Alice Johns Alice X Johns I 115 ft NE 804 ft K 214 (r. I have hereunto set. my
Evelyn Ouulsby and Edward tob (' ? r.' Mary CarolineDlr Tlllni SlAY. .NOVEMBER thence B 174 Ft H 90.1 ft hand and caused the OreutSeal

j. nn'iM.j I ', h-r liu, .hnrid. and Francis 'korson..rdw. .w'o .. ". James T for the ratification or rejection of to nd"be curtain of the State of FlorIda -
Wuk.-rIllati' If and nl: :JJJnetni Jones Crlssl Jun. Mary (,. A. I the said Joint Resolutions proposIng ;( H of"k Bpark- to be affixed at Tallahassee IO'fl.s
:1'.1'u Notice .
: :, flu 'if I : Sehrun. Brown T II Blenus amendments to the Con.tlutlon. man A In SEVi the Capital this II gt" ,
etthi i...... dead then. to all per T Ilrown H. Pelenenus., Annie L. Townsenrt of the State of Florida. I I of 3WH. iU taxes.29 9 I Mrs. J F. John*. l.lat.U.a I the. Fifth day of Septetn- della P....la Brown. a. KM' it, d i, .

.sontitlinlng., Interests. undei the I.elghfon Townsend, Mary ORichard. A IOINT RESOLUTION I WH of lots 6. 8 of hilt 19drlglnal (SEAL) her, A. D. One ThousandNine Brown andV \
of tli -m.di-<'eased A..nl. W Town Starke Hundred and minor, will on the 17th' I '
aid uuiii-s" .11 any < John. Richard. W. of Thirty- l
3 of the
.11 ".ili-t' wise. In. and to the landshertitnafli Tumlilln. Richard. Arthur Townsend Pr"pIHln. Am..nr Section Constitution of I.I! In NEH of SWH _. .2 8 22 Freeman Register __.. I 3 six and of the Independence tober. 1018' appit! I i iorabla '(" I lH(_
K Perri, ,,
I t desrllbed.Tu as Attorney In t..t for Annie Lelgh1011 t rlo. ,XII Florida Relating to'' WH' of lots lI. R of blk U.i of the United States Judge A.II... '. ,.,
'ill- n-voial .and respective husband 'Cown nrl. Pratt Lllh.r A. provisions for the Aged, Infirm, I i Original Town of Htarke the One Hundred and Slx- for to cell '"": I "

ot i wives of all the natural Prat. Abraham Alherger, and Unfortunate In NBVi of aw i;. 1911.: _.21WV 8 22 Freeman RegIster e __.. 64.05I ty-firt Tear. the one-ninth iiriillii,,!"(it, Mary H 'ijRVY. i 1
nerii "."""U ahnv.ln.1 and i-spectlvely the name* K. .vl. I'.rr.te. AI'.rl..r. alive. Ue It Kesolte-d HIke Legislature I of Iota 6, g of blk 19. I i I. ,I', Secretary. of State longing to each .f,0. n I \ .
of whomvBrnlly Wilter. u..ph of The Original Town of Stark minor In and .
b" then Slate of to( I l .
of I ,
ar.ikn.wfl' / to Plaintiffs, and If any husband: mlrrl.d.or of Tint Section 3 ot Article XIII of1' In NEH 1932 28WVi 3 SI Freeman Re..l.t..1 --- OV05 .2.6t.l0.3 Block 18, Llvlii()>.I,I.:, i irmnv'n .
UIH 1.
To uny and. all unknown peisonswho r."I.tlV. of ,.Of6.to'' blk 19Original Addition, ,d 1.1 ,
named, the of "
title, .a'h marrl.d above Constitution the State of FLorIda -i ISOTICK OF 'PPI.'TIO.FOi \ ( ,
': laim any est-tte, right person legal relating to Provisions for the of Htarke TAX Florida. W4 of .
the heirs, representatives l IKKI :1" '
z ... ( In and la the lands hereinafter and ir dead In NEH of SWH.I9J3 *1 8 Freeman 63.41t 8 S .
or Intel s Infirm I -- Twp R 22 |: ,
devisees. legatees graftteCs Aged, and Unfortunate, be 2 R..I.t.1 J. I I'
thereof i ftesmre BUI No. lilt
part .
d..ol."u. or any other. under each the same Is hereby amended, I W., of lots S. II of blk 19 County Florida
,3heire, devisees, legatees.granteH and cah..nl. Original Town of HtarkeIn NOTICE IS HERRBY
ellhol OIVEN
nu.m..I..I..m. Is Men ,
as agreed to and Reata Bi
..11 other claimants ot, such deceased p..ron McRae., shall be am.nd..d submitted NHH of UH.U Freeman __ 43 30 that W. P. Smith, holder of Tax Certificate 9254t101GNOTICE '
of the. above .* T. Souter John to the electors of I 'WI I R.rl.t.
under allY of block extended No.
through .n under Trust Deed recordedIII the State of Florida at the next general WH 143, I..u. the 6th dul
of trustees
t named dnfendants. or I on Enseys Map I Ex of A. D 1932, has
Ueed Book O on page 194 et sei| election to be held on the first I
them of the current public records Tuesday after the first Monday In H 101 ft. Original Town M..n ottlc. and has made application I OP 4PPt.ui
To any and all corporations, .thereof County. Florida, and the November I 1916, for ratification. or I of ttark. in NEVi of for a tux deed to be Issued FOR TfcX ": 'Til"
whose corporate existence may have successors.t Bradford In trust of them and each, I r.J..ctlon. said Section 3 of ArticleXIII \: .-_ -.28WV4 8 22 Mrs K. F. Johns, Estate__43.63 thereon Said e.rUfct. embraces I (Seaate Bill 10. 111,1NOTICE ,

terminated: / : and the unknown offIvera ,.t them and all the claimants, b-no- a* amended shall read aa follows block 30 extended tha following d..erl" prlp.rty In IS HERKB: \.

directors, agents, trustees or and other persons "lllmlnl i : on Enseys Map. El thn County of Bradford. State ofFlorida 'That Samuel. Sternbi,,
other unknown person or persons, under fleh.rle.said trust: (the place "Section 3. The respective coun- 8 101 ft, Original Townof to-wit: Tax r..rtlflcal. No .'rs i .,

corporation or ctirpuratlon who dence of each any every the tore- lee of the State shall provide In the Htarke In NEH of South-West Quarter of NorthWest 2nd. day of July A ]I' i ( I
have In am. capacity. fIr manner succeeded going being unknown) manner prescribed by law, for thoseof SWH. for 1934 T.x..2 I 23 Mra. E. F. Johns Estata.-43$ Quarter of Section 16, filed same In my >rri, : "
to 01 ULiiulif'l' any right. II- Florida d'nl Immigration Oompanv I the Inhabitant who by reason of Lot. O A I ex N 9 Township 7 South. Range 21 I made application fix' t \\i\\ '.
tic or Interest of anv" kind or ch..r.ac".r of Florida. Lund andimmigration age, Infirmity or misfortune may lot 1 blk 1. Livingston East, and containing 40 acre be Issued thereon Sniembraces r,i
In and to the lands hereinafter Company First Bund have. claims upon the .aid and sympathy Truby & CO'" Addition n.or. or less. the follimnproperty ,((4, I i in

described. and Mortgage Company ot Falnevllle. *- ot society, provided however, to tarke In WV4 of The assessment of the paid property In the Oouinv, .r( i:, ,
To the officers /Agent., and Trustees : The Florida and Immigration the Legislature may by general law NEH __.__.28 4 23 Mra. Idea Green ...___ 1530 under the said certificate Issued State nf "Florida tow I

and all unknown persons, firms t Company Florida RallroudCompany provide for a uniform State-wide Lots (& 1 ex N 914 ft of was In the name of %V. M. Parker I.ot Seven of Bio. i K l I
or corporations claiming an Interest and the successors, grantees system for Such benefit and appropriate lot klk I. Livingston Stan Truby Co'- .\
under the Florida. Lund and Imml- assigns and other claimantsunder money therefor; but no such Truby & Co's Addition Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Starke, Section 29 T"w i i-I i "
II'ruUon Company I In and to the them and each of them; and general law shall prov.l. benefitsto ti Htarke In WV4 of according to law the property South Range. 2! El"

inds hereinafter described; all parties claiming. Interest under any person who not have N E'4. U+34 Taxes -2 I 23 Mrec ar.e _____ 22.65 described therein will be sold to The assessment of U I.: i i'
To Mutual Naval. Stores Company the .above named person or corporations been a resident of the state of FlorIda t>.ot. 1. 2, 3 of blk 10. Livingston the highest bidder at the courthouse erty under the said ,'r, ,,.. !
t j, a i "rpuratlon. under the laws of the or any of them or otherwise for a period of flv. years continuously Truby A Co'ff door on the first Monday In was In the name of H." v 4.

Stale' of Florida, It still In existence, In the following descrlhrdiroperly next. proceeding' his application Addition to Starke, In the month of November. 1936, which berg .

and If not In existence a. a corporation situate In lr.dtorollounty. th..rlor. nor shall such general Wv of NEW .- _2 ( 2 Mis. M.ul" ThDrntDB '.77 4* the 2nd day. of November 1936. Unless said. c..rtlfh..t. i I.., ''I',
to the offlcors, agents and Florida to-wlt pr"vll.. for b.neflt. to anyPerson Lots 1. 2. 3. 12 13, 14 of Dated thla 16th day of l..pt."b..r. deemed according to lau "
trustees and all 'unknown person, KVi of WH of HWH and 814 of age who blk IS. Llyln".ton.. Tru 1934 erty described therein ,,i I, "

firms or co"pllo'"II..n. claiming an WI., ot NEH of .SWH( and, comm.nclng hue not attained th.I.. of ..Ixtflv. )'- by I (0'. A..dltl.n to (OFFICIAL SEAL) to the hlgnest bidder a' q. ,
Interest under Mutual. Naval StoresCompany i house door on the firm M ,ulsthe ,
of ..
2 chains South years; th..twh..r. .(2 (23 W. F. Molt ____________ A. J. THOMAS, .
a ""poratlon, $ in and to Northwest corner of NKM' of by any law of the United Lot 4. .s.ln6.'nthrE U.8 Clerk of Circuit' Courtof month of October ,,0' .
this lands herelnarter described; HWVi and run South 3 chains, states, a lesser or different periodof Bradford Is the 6th. day or Octohi| 6
To The First National. Bank of K.: .st 3 chains. North 3 ch..ln.. r..ld..lc.. ., age or citizenship shallbe Co'i. a County f.I..lda Dated this 2"1. dm ,r \i
'- Hanover Pennsylvania. a corp..ra.tI..n chains fixed In order for the State of In WW of NEW --------213 8 9.1.lt-IO-1 I I 3$.
3H 2 Thom _____ '.75
under the laws of the UnitedStates .Itn Section 13. IITo .n"Irlnl: Florida to participate In .any Federal Lot 3 of bUt ID. Uvlnnrton. R r (OFFICIAL SEAL>

with its office and place of : Range 22 East, II.. grant that might be made for Truby & O'I Subdivisiont Russian aviators are experimentIng A. J. THOMA3

business In Hanover. Pennsylvania, "t NWH of NWH West I such purposes, the Legislature I may In NE'i of with a motorleas gilding plane Clerk of Circuit .. -

To UKorge W. Hippie .and Company Seaboard Air Line Railroadrightofway .r"'rlb. such r"1ulr..m..nt. a* to NRVi _2 I '3 Moae Graham _______ 565 of Bradford Count) F )
If corporation and If In exIstnce that carries 18
a In Section: 17, age and r..ld.n.e as will I Blocks i.3i( LivIngston, proa. 9-4-61-13-2
at this time, and If a corporation Township 7 South. Range 33 !>e consistent with not In con- Truby A 10'.. Si'b-dlvl-
and not In existence, then and 16 of DavisBrothers filet with surh Federal Law" Mlon In NEV NE' ( 22 _
lots 13. 16,
officers agents and trustees, Rust, \ sot8 i.2 A. O. JenkIns ________ 1573
to the ,
and Truby1Subdivi- Approved June 4, 1935 Lots 9. 10 A ft of i 3 acre In boundedN
und. all unknown persona claiming thereof recordedIn 7. 8 of Blk B. N J Jones awl
Ot-orge W. Hippie sion as per plot by J. ," and
Interest under
any Deed Book, II. page 6(0 thereof Addition to 8'arke: InHEV. K by Adam St If Continued -
and Company" In and to the I..nd.h..rpillatt..r *
record A JOINT RESOLUTION of W of Wal-
of the current public NWV4 south by lands
then dirll Is >all Ml. unknown If not a persons corporation -- of Bradford County. Florida also i Proposing' an Amendment to Article nut St. ... .__u2 I *2 Dr. A. E. Dunham ___ 2265 lb W by Oeo. Tompetlands.

.successors legal' representatives -! UU. of SWH of NEH of Section VIII of the Constitution of the Lot 2, 3. 4 ot blk C. N. J. J. O. IV
or assigns claiming an 4, Township 7 South, Range State of Florida Relative. to Cities Jones Addition to StarkeIn dition to Stark---1

est under Onorge W. >4lpple Int.r-I 23 East and Countle. HKH of NW W ofWalnut Madison A W of

!'; Company and the Individuals coin- ,! TAKE NOTICE that a suit has heenInstituted lie.. I Resolved By The Legislature St. -23 S 3 Dt*. F!., L.- -Rli... -Est.ts- .--_ I lxLots St. 1934 Taxes" .. 6 22 Elisabeth O Lamb
it pricing such firm In and to the lands I In the above named Court or The State ef Florida 2. 3, 4 of blk C. N. J. One lot lying E of Christian -

5- hereinafter. described ; : and cause by the tlllnr of a sworn That the following Amendment to Jones Addition to Stark. 0'-1 Church & boundedS
You and each of you are hereby I of complaint above nam In SEH of NWH by Call St and E by
severally notified tout Winston 1>:. I bil F. C. Holllngsworth and Annie Article VII nf the Con.ttuton of Walnut St., 1911 6 Dr. Broadway. St .- .__28 6 23 Freeman RtgUterFreeman
the cities Taea.2 2 E. Blggi Estate 23.35
| Arnow Hal Edwards and Highland. B Hulllng-worth his wife, us plaintiffs and counties FI.rld.to be numbered I.ot. 2. 3. 4 of blk 1 One lot lying E of Christian -

I? Tlmberland Company Inc., .a corporutlon seeking quiet und confirm Section 10 of said Article be Jones Addition to Stark. Church I boundedS ,
have tiled their sworn Bill their prior Ut.., and that of eachof and the seine Is hereby VII. to In SEH of NWVi S Call St ant E by
of Complaint! la the Circuit Court them ( they warranted. to and be Walnut St. 1913: S Dr. E. i. Broadway. St. tax24 8 23 RegisterFreeman
submitted _
to the electors T..le..U Bigg Estate 22.35
p for Bradford n r'YOUF their .r..nt..e.. .t record) a* an In .hal h.. State at the General- I.ot. 2. 3, 4 of Silt 2 One lot lying' E of Christian -
against you and ruch us defendants .. .. .. t.. .Impl.. title to the Election to be held on the First Jones Addition to StarkeIn Church A bouncicetis .
seeking the foicrlosure of above described I ", (such quletina : 'Tuesday after the first In SEH of NWK W ofWalnut by Call St and E by
I certain tux .sale certificates/ coverIng title I to entire to the benefit of Monl..y St 11.13 Taxes .28 6 Dr. E. Broadway St 1913 lax. 2 8 23 Ri-grlater
; November A. D. 1936 for 3 BIE..lat.. 28.65
t the lands described. its follows their 1'.nt.' eesYAOAINHT YOU AND or to-wit: Lots 2. 3. 4 of blk C. N. J. 1 One lot lying E of Christian -
; to wit: KAC'H YOU AS DEFENDANTS.ant r.Jecton. Jones. Addition to Stark Church I bounl..1
...1.0.ln"t the following other Section 10. The. Legislature H by Call St
All of 8-ctlon. Twenty (20) all of .hal In SEH of NWH W of
I Section Twtnlyoii(21)( ; all of Section defendants, towltK.hel: M I have power to establish Walnut St. 1934 Taxes. 21 I 22 Dr. SJ. Bigg, Estate IS Broadway St. 1411 tax 23 6 23 Freeman Register
; ns administratrix: of the es- abolish a MunicIpal corporation to r 1 One lot lying B of Christian
: all of Section
/ Twenty-two (21)I BI.I' MoteIIMi0ru be known the of One lot ft N A S by
((231. ,,"''u'ptjojlluth"UL K. L. Biggs, deceased a* City Key West.extending 11 Church & boundedS
Twenty-three 50) rt W B of adjoining .
Mrs. territorially
Quarter of SuutheastVlu.uter <1er. J. H. Iclclruder. throughoutthe by Call St and E by
all t nf Svttlon Twenty-four Maud M Brownie and Mrs DeaWeeks present limits of Monroe County. blk 1. TemplesAdditin Broadway St. 1914: tax 28 6 22 Freeman Reglstet,
as admlnlstralrlces of In the place of any or all county ro Starke In Com at NW cor of n-
(34) North-euBt (Mv,) Quarter of WI..un deceased.THtS and local NEiof NWi WH of derson
Weeks, district municipal governments a & Hogan
Jet (NE4t f North-east I Quarter. r NEI4)Qitirter Wtstli.ilf -) the 1 : JF 'F() COM- ., bodies and officers NKV W of Ry .-_._ _211 6 2 Mr*. E. H Smith._.___ 33.4S Alley A L.n.run N on ...Id
% )
ft. ( !North-half> <(< N 1< of North- t'j AND EACH OF YOU TO constitutional or statutory One lot 114 ft N & S by Lane. 62 ft W 50< ft s 53
.. ,1 ot Suction APPEAR TIlE AI\"J KNT1-: legislative, executive, judicial, or administrative : 50 ft E & W E of adjoining to Hogan Alley thenceE
w st <(< NWV. ) .ltu..ler October and shall prescribe theJlrl..dlcUnn. blk 1. to beg. ._ 6 _
twenty-five (Jj;;> ; .all of SectionTwnnty.HUc Tf.nr" l'AlNF. on --- -- 2 2 Pro E. 1.. Blg-gs E-i' I
or Section trw "A. 191. otherwise the allegation powers, duties and Addition to Stark in Com at NW cor of San'
: 2Nh.) except Southeast of bill of complaintwill function such municipal corporation. NEt of NWH & VVVi of derson Lane & Slogan
fy Quarter of South-east Quarter; be token a" confessed by you. Its l"II..lllv., executive, judicial NEVi W of Ry. 11312S 6 3 Mrs. E. H. Smith _____ 39.T5 Alley A run N on said
North-half (NH; ). West-half (WVi> This order, of p"bll.ton and notice and .dmlnl..tratve departInents One lot 114 ft N A S by .n. 52 ft W 60 ft S 62
.. Order and its and officers 60 ft A W E of
of Houth-w l (SWVi! ) Quarter; to appear Is bndle. 1 adjoining Hogan Alley thence
South-vast: SKH) Quarter of South- ..f Hon. A. Z. Adklns, Judge of to divide the territory Included blk 1. Temple E to beg. 1931 tuxes _..2 8 22 Dr. E. BlggB C-' c'-
Court rendered here- In such municipality Into subordinate Addition to Starke in 1
w.'st (I'IWIjuart..r.\ West-half. above named Com at NW cor of
< WVy) of Siiuth-Muse 181d14) Quarter; In. districts I and to prescribe a NKVi of NWH A WV4 of derson Lane & Hogan
North-enst (N12H) Quarter of Southeast WIt ness my hand and the official just and reasonable system of taxa- NEVa W of Ry. 1913 _.-.2 6 23 Mr. E. H. Smith _- Alley I run N on said
(SEHI" ) Quarter of Suction Twen seal of said Court I lon for such municipality and districts One lot 114 ft N & S by 39.1 Lane ft W 60 ft S 53
It-' tyeightH) all of Section Twenty- Bradford County, > ;ttlrr" ; and to fix the liability of 60 ft E & W E of adjoining ft to Hogan A thence
1'r nine (29) East-half (RH" > of North- day otA September. A D 193$. such municipality and district blk I. TemplesAddlticn E to beg 1932 tal. __.2 8 2 Dr. E. Biggs I "a '
Mk. east ( Nd'.) Quarter; East-half I (EV4) j. THOMAS.As : Bonded and other Indebtedness e.- to Starke In Com at NW cor L
Kf, of South-east (SEt> Quarter, and all Clerk Circuit Court latlng at the time of the establishment ; N of NWH vVVi Of d..r.n. Lane A Hogan

I" of WeBt-httlf (WW ) of North-east Bradford County Florida. of such munlclp.lty. shall be Nl lY of Ry. 1933 ______U 6 23 Mr*. E. H. Smlth-.___ 42.90SVj Alley A run N on said

(NEVi Quarter Ivlns: ; East of Riverin OFFICIAL SEAL) .ntore./bl.. property One lot 114 ft N & S by 1.ln. 62 ft W 60 ft S 62
H-ctlon Thirty (MO) ; North-east KNIOHT & KNK1HT taxable therefor. The 60 ft E A W E of adJoining Hogan Alley thence

(NK'/i) Quarter of Unction,; Thlrtytwn Attorneys for illlntlU. determine Legislature ..hal. from time to time blk 1. TempleaAddition H to b"l. 1933 taxes _.._28 8 22 Dr. E. 1 RIggs Estat' .
Ifllli North.half. (NI'<. > and 9-4-61-10-2 of said municipality to Stark. in Com at NW cor of Sa.n-
", North-eu-t'; ', (NEV, Quarter of 'Southeast Is a rural area. and a NI'JI. of NWH .WH ofN1. ders.m Lane A Hogan

(SEV. Quarter of Section OP RI.KCTIOV' h..nu..t..d In such.. rural area shall Wof Ry 1934 _.25 6 22 Mr*. E. H. Smlth____- Alley &run N on
"OTI'V not belimited It In 33.t .1.
", Ihlity-thrve (UJ) : Mast-half I KV>iot > To of Bradford County. town. Such city or 13. 14 of blk 13. Temples ( V Lane. ft W SO ft
( .. of the State of Florida: municipality may exercise Addition to Starke. ft to Hogan Alley thence.

'Ul t. t..a.tsw ) .JII.u..r't :rt.// Be It Known. That I. R A. flrav all the and pnw..r.shall of also a municipalcorporalon be in NEV, of NWH' & WH E to beg 1934 taxes __ 23 8 23 Dr. E. Blc.r. E.'"',,

Nort h-east (NEV. ) Quarter, Southeast secretary of the State of Florida do of the recog of NEV, of Rv ___ 28 6 22NH Mrs. S. R. Oaborn ??,?-?, Th. Nof on. lot 53 V4 ft 1
of North-west on. legal political of blk lot 8 & 2.1 K A W )
-, (SKV ) Quarter hereby give notice that dlvlilona of the State with the duties ex by 210 ft N A Shounded
(NWVi Quarter West-half ( W'j of 4SR-SHR 'I. .n.I-IIO' NH of lot 9. Temples. N by Jackson

North-west' IN"" '.. ). and South-half Will be held In and shall obligation be .." of a all county the and Addition to Starke, InNKH 14t. W by Bay St S by
of Section Thirty-four d::) all of State of Florida, on Tuesday next and.1t1.' powers, 'I of NWH A WW Of .. Hogan Alley __. 38 6 23 Dr. E. B.'ggiE: .' c"
Section Thirty-five except Hu..lllnl the first Monday In No- rights pr'vlel..a. Including.. LesMslature.which representation NEH! W of Ryj -U 6 22 deo. F. Scott ?____-___ 20.51 The NVf', of one lot 6ZV4 f 1

West-half South-east Quarter; D 1936. the said Tues- would It to It If It I i of blk 14 Temples Ad- E A W> by 210 ft N A
and Nurth-hnlf (N't) of North-west day being theThird a county. All property of Monroe were Ai itlon to Stnrke In NEv.I bounded N by JackaonSt.
/ (NWVi\ Quarter of Sot-lion Thirtysix nay .r ''Mnwemher County and of the municipality In of NWH A WH of NE'I W by Bay. St S by

i 1.161. all beIng In Township Four For United Slates: Senator from the said county shall vest. In such municipal I W of Ry __ _. .. -_ zs 6 I Fred A. Scott ___-__. 35.4S .. Alley 1911 tax 28 8 1 Dr. E. Blg... Catn' .
: <4 >, South Hnnge Twenty-two (33) Stale of i"orlda for the 2 yeartmexplred corporation when established Lot X of blk :24 Temple The NW of one lot 61 K, ft 1
East: of Duncan U. E& W by2l0ftNSbounded
; Addition to Starke In
herein The
office of
as ,
Also Norlh-rant (NEVi: ) Quarter of provided N by Jackson
Fletcher deceased the Cleik of the Circuit Court and NFot NWVi A WH, of
South-west (SW Three (:.1), Ti>wn.hlp Five (5). State of Florida. for the 4 year the Legislature may the Lot a. 4. 5, o. 7. 8. it. n.3dollI Horin Alley 1912 tax 28 8 23 Dr. K. BI.... EHI" .
South. Range Twenty-two (.3). unexplred term of Park Tram- time and the prescribe method of blk 24 Temples The NJ"ut one lot 61H ft 1
East and to cancel and terminateany mcli deceased. which' when such offices shall be filled by : to Sturke. In s: A W hv 210 ft N A S
Interest that you may nave In For seven F.lectora. of NWH WV.J ofNId4 bounded N by Jackson
Pr..ldpnt..l. and the to be <
paid to
and to said land. For One. (1 the Second such comp..n..tlon may vest In them W of Hy a. ...,21 6 23 Oeo. F. Scott _________ 18.4S St. W by Bay St 8 by
IT I* FURTHER OFIDKRHD that Congressional District at and duties. No Lots 9. 10 of blk 27 Temples Hogan Alley. 1433 tax _1 6 S3 Dr. E. Biggi E"taL6 -
you and each of Y Y..rdk'! appear In the State of Florida In the Sev- county pow..r. be abolished Addition to Stark. The N',4of one lot Sly ft L
said cause at the office In .entr-fifth' Congress of the United consolidated. with another office or in NKH of NWU WVi E A W by 210 ft N 4 Sbounded

the Court ilou.. In Starke. Bradford .S States. without making for the of W of Ry.JZ28 23 Dr. E. Bigg Eitat. N by Jackson
County Florida on Monday. For of the State of Flor- performance of all provision State dutIes now Lots N1'. of blk 27. Tern. I 1 1.1 St. w by Bay St S by
the 6th day of October, A. L). 11J8, or hereafter prescribed by law to be pies Addition to Starke Hogan Alley 1934 Tax. 23 S3 Dr. E. I. Bigc Estate
I tine. same being Rule Day and there For Secretary of State of the State p..rform.d by such county officer. i .NEH of NWU, i WH One lot com 60 ft W of

rafter file your answer or other of Florida. Nothing contained herein affect of W of .28 S 21 Or. E. Bigg Estate. 387 NW Cor of Sand.rsnn
plitadlng a* you may be advised or For AMnrnev General of the Stateof Section' .0 of Article .hal the Lots 0..IDr& of kRlt.I Temples 1 Lane Hogan Alley A
.decree pro confesso will be entered Addition to Starke run N 117 ft W 137 ft .
.hrlda. Constitution of the State of
awslnst you For (-, .. of the State of Florida In NKH nf of WH 03 ft W 65 ft S 52H ft to
to provision therein
except a* NW.
4T 1$ FURTHER ORDERED that Florida.For of NEIW 6 22 Dr. El. Bigg Estate337 Hogan Alley thence E
.-h.s order be published utica, .a week Treasurer of the State of Flor.Ida. aa relate and duties to regulating of any class the 'url.dlcton of offi- Lots 9. 10 of blk 27.1..2 .< L 140 ft to beg _--- -. .. 23 6 I Dr. E. L Blfga CatnIP

for four consecutive weeka In Bradford ., to summoning and pIes Addition to Starke One lot com ft of
County Telegraph a newspaper For Superintendent of Public Instruction c.r.. and petit juries Impn.llnw.rand In NRV. of NWH of WV4 NW Cor* 010 nd'

1lorIlx.fNE published, In .iod County, of the Slate of Florida, and collecting taxes for county purposes of NE"W of Ry l'Uul ( 23 Dr. E. 1 Biggs Estate. '.8 Lane A Hogan Aley A
For Commissioner of A.rloulur. of and to regulating the fees andcompensatIon l.t. of blk 27 run N 117 t W S
AND ) ). Cham- the State of FI.rlda. of officers. No pies Addition to Stsrke 63 ft W 55 S U I to
r ,Ibers In Stark,. Florid, this 2nd day For Two Justices of the Supreme law authorising the establishing or In NEV. of NWH A WH Hogan Alley f

ot September. A. P 1918 nu rt. abolishing of such Municipal corporation of NID' W of Ry. 1914 21 S 23 Dr. E. r Bigg Estate 140 ft to beg 1931 ca 33 8 Dr. E. BIU. Eit.Lt
Z. ADKINS.Judge.. For one Railroad CommissIoner of pursuant to thIn* Section I.OIS t. 2. &. 6. of bUt 2 a 1.1 On. (lot tom 50 ft I 1
'A. the State of Florldn shall become operative or effective land S of blk I to '. NW ( of Sanderson
', For State. Senator for Fifteenth Sennlorltl until approved by a majority of the line. J. O Alvares addition Lane. & Hogan Alley

District of the State ot qualified participating in to Starke ._. '0_ '_ 21Ixl 8 23 Mra. S. F. Hamrlck ____ 37.63 run N 117 t W ft I
.. t ,iv rtitrt'' ( .., KT I" All) ron Flnrlda.For an election.I.ctor. said county but I, 2. 6. 6. of blk 2 A 61 ft W 65 S I tl t t
( I" tUAVAMI. One Member of HOUR ofh'preeentative land S of blk2 land
I''O"U OITY ; th. long as such municipal corporation to Alley thence E
f )- St.t of exists under this Section the line. J (t. Alvnre addition rtott beg 1912 xn 6 Dr. E. Bl.g E... -

.'(" tTNDEFt(1L I Florida.F'ttr Legislature may amend or extend to Itark. 1914 '_u I 8 I Mr.. S. F. Hamrlck____ 57.00 cOn 50 ft W of I L
t Plaintiff. > .'..lnl. Judge.r.nr the law authorising the same with Lots I. :, 9. ID. It. 13nf of Sanderson 13
v. ) DIVORCE f. out to the qualified voters 'I 3: J. O. Alvarei Lane. & Hogan Alley .\
JOHN1E !4Y1'TDefendant.trNDEIUHLL For C'li-rlc .t the Circuit Court r.t..r.ndul. act providing Addition to Ilark. S of run N 117 ft W K7 ft &

__. ) For County Assessor of T.xe. for such 1.11.latv. or extension Madison A. Walnut 63 ft W 85 ft 1 53H ft to
1>MI>KH; OK IM tJI.M *T OV For Tax Collector. shall provide am.nom.nt for such referendum St--------- 23 6 ElIzabeth O. Lamb ______ Hogan Alley
MOI'UM TO "PP.'.tR For .Coiintv Superintendent of Public Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 9, 10 II. 12 I 3.1 140 ft to beg .rSnxEn 8 13 Dr E. Bigg E.t.r"
4> Johnle Lot UnderhiL. whose Instruction.For of blk 3. J. U. AlvarexAddition One lt corn 60 ft W of L
June 4
Approved 1A3S.
f r.donco Is County turv..ynr. to Starke ** nt NW Cor of Sunderon
U Is hereby ordered that you are For Fie : .. I Madisor- W rt Wal.n"t Lan. A Hogan Alley A
to on October, S, For of the County St : Taxe, Elisabeth La ._ run N Ill
-iulred apnear 1'hr. II..nlb.r. The votes cast in compliance with u.U 8 I O. Tib 38.40 r W 87 ft
I the above entitled Court Btiarif Instruction Lots 1. 2, II 4. 61 ft W 85 S 62V, ft t"
UJI the b..tor bil of Complaint. filed Fur Justice of the Peal. In and forth said proposed. ... .m..nlmenll. and the of blk 4: IO.IOI.rl. Hogan thence E

against. In the above entitled. folioIng Justice Districts. .nva.thereof., shall be subjected return to thesame Additon to Htarke H of 140 ft to b 1934 tax_..28 8 11 Dr. H. Bigg. eOu" .
County L
Bradford Vie
; cause; and the : M.dl.nn St A W of Walnut Part of a 6 acre lot
Tele.ral.h Is hereby designated a* No. JI re"'II..Uon.' and restriction St. ____ _. 8 Q. Lamb ____ at NE cart
rloaab.th cor of land
law for general .1---1 I 1.2 form
a* are hy
newspaper In For In and for the follow
the duly qu..lfl.d I Ion..tabl. In the Stat of Florida 1.1. 1. S. 4. 9, 10. erly owned by T. W.
be publishedonce Districts. VIE: .I..cton.
which this u..d.r hlk 4. J. O. Alvare Sweat A run B to E
week four consecutive Na. 2 TESTIMONYWHEREOF, Addition to Starke of of tn.
a In Testimony Whereof. I have I have hereunto set ray'hand Madison 1 t..c 29, thence 8
""witness hand and the seal of hereunto set my hand and at- and affixed the Great sea 220 y a r _.
my nut St. 1"U I Elisabeth O. Lamb __.. 14.25 W I
I -- th.ne. to SB
this Court at Starke.. Florida this 1st filed the (treat l..al of the Seal of the Stale of Florida 3 acre In land CDr of

dav of September! A L. 1931.OFFICIAL. of Florida, Tallahass at Tallahassee the Capital, N by J. O Alvare and said formerly OWI.. by
) ... the C.plal. this the 24th this the tat d.y of August.SEAL B by Adam St If Continued S..t. N to
( A.1.tgA. div. of A. D 19)4. A D. U" south by ry land. 0 4 beg NEH of SEV,. .. 6 33 .Y. Rohlls -
acres In
A* CUrk of The Circuit Court (I.d) R. A. GRAY. ( A W by O*.. Tompsttland 14I;% of SEH
Bradford County. Florida Secretary of State. I b..und..1 N by FI..lo.
R. A. ORAT.Secretary *. J O. Alvare Ad.ditIon by land
T FRANK. I.ANDKtm To A. O. ANDKEU Sheriff Brad to Starke S of ..
Atty for Plntltf94StkGS ford County, of State. Madison. ft W of Walnut S by Ry .E by

.-..n.l0.an t-7-13t-IO-3 St. -._ ..._ ..I 6 23 Elisabeth Q. Luxalv ___. S-l.l 1 St. --. --- .. ._. 39 6 3J LottIe l & ciCAR.S.

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Bradford County High School JournalTWO

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EDITORIAL STAFF Home Science Class Program Committee I Junior Class SolicitsSubscriptions Interesting NotesB.

',rl.IJlNIA.T\oR-IN FUGATE-CHIEF Makes ScrapbooksOur In addition -to last week's election to Mags. H. S. Students are thrilledto rr

of class officers ELEMENTARY ECHOES II
ITEBARV EDITOR Home Science class is busy! we elected a think that they are soon to organize :
chapel program committee who are Students of the Junior Class
HEMINGWAY making Scrapbooks. In one of our I a high school orchestra
the met in the auditorium
ARTILE I following: Willie Mae Thornton Friday afternoon _
scrapbooks, we have a list of character This has long been their dream
Edith Mr Saunders
Rowe. magazine
SOCIETY EDITOR traits and every Friday at Geraldine Till- and at last It Is to become a reality .
man, and Lorena Rosier i agent, explained to us how we
KILLINGSWORTH the present wejiave talks on one of The orchestra will be under
J1.CRlED 1 could with Is NeededFor Elementary Chapel
help the finances of
these traits. This Is one on Suc The 10 A has been doing fine the direction of Mr. J. H. Benson Equipment
REPORTER under the officers elected. We our class by being agents for theLadles' Miss Audrey Hall, a member of First Aid RoomThe Addressed By Price
LOS JUDD cess.Know Home Journal, The Country
._.. the success family. The hope It continues that way. Gentleman and the graduating clans of 'SB, Is visit -
-- the
father of Lorena Rosier w a.lllIit Saturday relatives and friends! InVest
success is ambition. The IngI Ing been
II Evening Post. Each of these publications elementary grades have We opened our chapel program -
r 1IorGJlTS FOR THE WEEK oldest son Is common sense. Someof I friends In Green' Cove Springs last give a liberal per cent anda Palm Beach. slotted one of the stage dressingrooms by singing' the first verse of

/ A good deed Is never lost.i the other boys are Perseverence, Sunday. bonus to the Junior Class. Alan B. H. S. students had a pleasant for a First Aid Room, butIt Jesus Lovea Me., This was followed -
i t Honesty is the best policy. Honesty, Thoroughness, Foresight, --- I each student that sells a certain surprise last Tuesday when must. bfO furnished and equipped by the Lord's Prayer the

success comes In "cans" not Enthusiasm and Cooperation. The Assembly ProgramBy number of subscriptions! will get a Mrs. Bryant Beasley returned to with supplies This Is an Inv Flag Salute and the first verse of
1 oldest daughter is Character. Someof prize. school. Mrs. Beasley, who Is typo portent part of the school. Everyday America.
; to. GodliICetp her sisters are Cheerfulness Twelfth B ing Instructor, has been ill for .
if ia next to several children requlutreat The first numbers were two
Cleanliness The class
is divided
Into two
sections some time. The students and other
Loyalty, Courtesy Care, \ from tom
Economy, I called "The Gold" "The ment for ills ranging sketches from Mrs. Wainwrlght'sreading
ahead of the game. Sincerity and Harmony. The babyIs Chapel was held Friday by the faculty members are delighted ache to minor and sometimes rrm- clsmaes.
Green, and will work to
' 1 to see her back again.
Opportunity. Get well Twelfth B, Mrs. There are usually some
acquainted Carpenter's room. lor cuts.
Joe Andrews
\ who can secure the largest numberof 1. by
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r: NEWSPAPERs with the old man and you will The program opened with a song, subscriptions In a week. children sent to school with sores and Richard Jackson. 2. "Hasty"

staff of the "B. H. S.gyp' be able to get along pretty well "Onward Christian Soldiers by Students Hear LectureOn -r bolls needing attention which with Comer Perryman, Gloria Bu-
Mr. '
s lI'e the to have with all the rest of the family. all. The usual routine of theLord's Saunders had a bracelet must be given by the teacher In' ford and Marnhburn Shirley .
anxious Betty
, are very in with mind and the salute with the Initials G. R. which he Conservation order to prevent spread of Infection -
I. : for 1936 and your set on prayer flag Colley then recited a poem "My
I; jOOd newspaper make It success- winning is the first essential to was followed.. After the flag salute ,. gave to Gladys Rhame because 10 others. Story Book. This wan followedby

itf,. We cannot suggestionsirtp making a success In any work you a talk was given by the Rev. that was her Initials. Mr. Gray called an assembly All those treatment require a talk by Rev. Price on "Tem

Ijfithout outside undertake. B. M. Montgomery In which he We will appreciate any subscriptions Monday, the 7th period. Mr. Alden medicines, germlcldals, bandages Mr. Gray made some an
solicit per.
|, We used the scripture passage: "With you give us. H. Iladley of the National AsRorlatlon adhesive. tape' etc., and at tht nouncements. After this we
each In I pasn-
particle: from grade I both hands earnestly. A piano -.---- \ of Audubon Societies present time we haven't any, although
from thewould Faculty Chorus Under ed back to our rooms.
Idool and any comment solo, "Flowers for Madam\ was JOKESSally. from New York gave a splendidtalk some have been promised!
r, I of Bradford County I on Conservation of Resources. child who cannot be Mil Lulu Davtn, ReporterFAY '
, \ MII Direction of Mrs. Wall given by Martile Hemingway after Sometimes a _._ .
' ted. If oth- --- --
), Lneatly Peed any which a talk on Character Education We had a moving picture givenon sent home nerd to lie down. We
fiVliool In Bradford County "Jerry and I are engaged. the birds of Florida. different but YAHKKOtUlll El.KCTKI
was given by Arlie Sponholtz. Many have the cots for this use, we
article Members of the Bradford County ." PRESIDENT:: OF 3TII. GRAVE
Lid to put an .
: like for us The program was then turned over birds were shown. The lecture need sheets, pillows, plllowcuscsand .
would be High School faculty have formed Susie- "You don't mean It?" .
h I:. ,be B H S. page we to Mr. Gray for announcements. gave a little talk on each one. blankets.It --
1IIf than glad to do so If you a chorus under the direction of Mr. Gray praised several of the Sally "Of course not but the This will enable the pupils to be. l lit also necessary for us to At the first class meeting of

Lid Just address it to Mrs. T. T.. Mrs. Mabel Wall. They plan a se- students on their cooperation with silly fellows thinks I do." come better acquainted with the have a cabinet of some kind to Mrs. Hart's fifth grade, which we

\\M or Virginia Fugate, Starke ries of programs to be given dur- the committees on the Student birds of Florida. Several different keep the First Aid Supplies In, a held Friday, Fay Yarbrough was
' B:"JIr1d. ing the school term. Their first Government. Hitch Hiker-"S y, mister, I'm kinds of Herons were shown. table to work on and a chair or elected president. Other officers
( Editor. numbers will be given at the next going your way." chosen were: vice-president Mary
I, The birds that we are more familiar two You may think chairs an
, .. Bradford County Teachers' meet. Motorist-,"So I notice; but I'll with the Florida Crane. Jo Caldwell secretaryMarjorie
TilE TRUE: LEGENDIt was easy to get, but "believe It or not
I: WILL POWERTo Ing. The following teachers are ;get there before you do." This bird can play. the trumpet I here doesn't! seem to be an extra Davis, librarian- Eloise Bullock,

To will Is to win. Will power members of the chorus: Mrs. L. A. was In cold December when :ind dance In the spring of the chair In the whole building; vlnt housekeeper -- Mural Smith and
Gray, Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins father, Mr. Baker, Mr. Hudson andI S. G.-- "Do I look like a fool?"
'. l* u approximately the same as year these birds all gather up and tors to mast of the rooms have to Leonard Peek reporter Olin
,Mg power, driving power. Mrs. J. H. Benson. Mrs. Verna decided to hunt for a large black Katie- "What difference does have a dance stand or sit lit a child's desk. ) White, Jr. Wednesday was chosen -

..j li to a man what gasoline Is Demorest, Mrs. Eunice Searing, bear. Having heard many tales looks make?" He also shows several scene. Mothers, won't you please look an the day for regular das

.motor it is the motive power Mrs. Jeanette Kincald Miss Ruby about this' bear we thought that from different parts of Florida. around you and se If you can find meetings.
Lilley 1 Miss Rosalind Jacobs Mrs. we would try our luck at trappinghim. i Jack-"My Dad la an Elk H
J,:bout which you cannot hope toJju ------- something to help furnish and Donnle Mae Thomas was absent
( your goal. In every instance, Ethel Biggs. Mrs. Evelyn Ritch, Although everyone who heard Lion, a Moose, and an Eagle," SKVKNTH. PRIUOU equip this room ? Your child may several days last week because she t
Mrs. Grace and Miss them to be Jlmmle-.-"What does it cost to \UU"I: ) TO C'IIF.UII.F.ThE
'cr will to win must be your first Wainwright these tales believed need First Aid, and we wnnt to be had broken her glasses.
''Ip. Unless your will is right, Kitty Hogged. just an old legend of Gulf Hammock see him ?" > class periods have been ready to administer It. If you wish Nearly all the students In our

:/!you can get It working prop- we thought it worthwhile shortened and a new period add- to help us, tell one of the teachers, clans are collecting material for .
7 B HOME: ROOM trying. Mrs. Carpenter: -- "Who was ed to the routine of B. H. S. her contribution to.
j;; you cannot hope to perfect aHJinlte or give some crap books.
/ plan.There Knock? Knock! Who's there ? Preparations for the hunt being Queen Victoria's husband ?" This seventh period to be used ward the First Aid Room. Your Mrs. Hart drawIng .
supplied large
between set out for the dark, Martile- "Queen Victoria's husband for club work, newspaper work iiHHlMtnnce will be
is a difference 7 B. completed we appreciated by books for the class and the pupil

rlng; to do a thing and wishing 7 B who? cold, Jungle-like hammock. Ar- was King___Victoria.A.._ and many orchestra other school prn-t'ce activities' Glee, all the school are to work on certain pate
---- including
do It. To will implies determ- riving the next morning before We have been working on
7 B with you. UIUt.UIEF.TINU: Club, committee meetings, the I'OritTII! UltADK NKWS mapsof
about six
, <1UOO), courage and assurance. sunrise we pitched camp the United States, locating the
weak-willed Individual usual- Mrs. R F. Demorest Is teachIng I miles from where the bear was supposed A library meeting was held In Commercial Club and others. MIllS Edwards, Teacher natural regions and coloring them \
a new this the at A This arrangement Is most convenient Our workbooks have come at y
Geography way library Tuesday noon. ,
it doomed to defeat. to be. The remaining partf to Indicate what each region Is.
--. year. As we read about different the morning was spent In gathering general discussion of keeping the for all concerned. Students last. We have used them everyday Marjorie Davis, Reporter.

F4CVLTY SEES SHOW countries in the daily news paper, game for the dinner and library was carried on The main not active on any committee since they came. ..
' jTieB H. S, Faculty and Phys- we study them in our Geographybook wood for our fire. point stressed was keeping the during this period have home. Committees have been appointed) -- -- .-
room supervised study. This lethe to keep our room looking nice VALUE OF HEADING 1
t Bnclui were entertained and very and then give talks on them. After having finished the most books In order accordingly with '7
t Bach Impressed Tuesday afternoon We like the way she is teaching difficult task of all, mixing the 1 the numbers on them Seveial suggestions first time we have had this They are: The value of wide reading us a .
schedule but all like It much. Bulletin board Arllne Dew
much. were offered. very -- of Ideas and of furnishing .
Sh demonstration of a half-size very of and honey, means) getting
i right portions syrup
Bound picture, a production of the We are also trying to build up we started to look for tracks of the Mrs. Gray and the Chairman Now, the students don't have to Maurice Martin, Mary Bradley. ourselves with models of effective -

Mot: Antmatophone Company. our library. Mr. Gray gave us a I animal. After looking in vain for Martile Hemingway and most all miss a class to attend Glee Club or Library--Berta Lee George, Gar. expression cannot be over ""

I Dx values of visual education new dictionary for our home room. several hours we found the path the librarians were present. All any other club. nlta Hutto. estimated. Through books we be '
Vera Manning. librarians resolved to do their best FlowersLuclla Bowers, Dorothy with new
come acquainted
lessons inone animal here
|mt pointed out by of this so-dreaded ; a IJTTIJt< AUDREY
In order to make the library a suc Williams, Bernard Jordan. thought A bonk of travel acquaint -
and Nature for
size set ,
Geography, trap of Immense was One time little Audrey's father
NEWS FROM 9.% cess. Paper--J. E. Bennet, William UB with new countries, ,
It is said that learning byaa1 him, baited with honey and whis was taking a trip In his new car. Anderson.BlackboardsBetty .
I education Is 107 per cent Frances Strickland went to -. The car turned over and fell Into Yarbrough. Lyle new people, and new customs. A

' '.rell I with 70 per cent without Ocala National Forest, Sunday. key.When this wlrk was finished we JI'NIOK CLASS MEETING:: 'the lake but still little Audrey nest Allen. McRae, Er- biography may Introduce us to
and Jean Davis The Junior Class had a meetingIn some person or group of persona
Margaret retired for the night. While asleep I laughed and laughed, 'cause she News-Betty Hayes, Barbara I t
; j Oily a few schools in the state were In Jacksonville, Wednes everyone tumbled and dreamed of Mr. Benson's room Wednesday knew the car had i floating power Keen, Frances Colley, Warren worth knowing. Short stories and
stimulate our Imagination.
Ht these outfits as yet, but the catching this ferocious animal.! morning. The president suggested Winkler. playa

i' I.Ia II accepted with enthusiasm day.Loral Bennett was In Hilliard When day was breaking out of the having each member pay dues I Little Audrey always Insisted on We have three pupils more who we read books thoughtfully, w.

1. :jhout the country and it Is Saturday afternoon.Mrs. 'tent crept four men full of hope I I monthly, which was voted unanimously -I listening In when her boy friend, came In this week. They are Mary gradually learn to Improve our !'
future G. A. Anderson was In Rai- These dues will go to help own writing, Just aa associationwith /
B'3eved: that in the near and wishes, that during the night Ray, crooned on the radio. One Bradley, Lawtey, Leslie Gllsson. will enable
11 i round picture will become a ford Sunday afternoon. this animal had met his fate. pay for the Junior-senior party. day they fired Ray, little Audrey Marvin Leach good apeakera UH
K'Vilflr and valuable means of edu- Our class has a program every Mr. Benson and Mr. Howard appointed tuned In just the same When her I to Improve the quality of our

-. Monday morning. This morning I' Arriving at the spot! we not only as a Board of Directors: father began to rave and tear his attend the sick and leave the well speech. It 111 Important that we

-- --- Jean Davis and Marian Dowling saw that the chair was broken had, Lucille Webb, F.Iva: Lee Reddish, shirt, little Audrey Just laughedand alone. read well-written book, for books f.

BRADFORD HIGH LEADS have charge of the program. but a trail where We the trailed bear him Dot Bishop J, T. Kirkland and ,, laughed 'cause she knew it -- -_..---- are like people In their Influenceover

[ton though Bradford County! The Bible was read by Tommy dragged the trap. the Willis Smith. I wasn't rayon. NRC'ONII C1KADK NEWS us. If we read books writtenIn
mile then we saw .
for about a A ,
cjb: School is not the largest Rltch and the class! repeated the beside r- -|MTlmj n --fIIO.MK Mrs. Biggs, TeacherWe an interesting, pleasing style

ooi 1 In the state it leads In many Lord's Prayer and the Flag Sa- bushes move.fired his A man thirty-thirty standing rifle : KOO.M: EXERCISES Little Audrey's doctor fell down have been studying cotton and filled! with life and personality,
me will
IRI, subjects and clubs which i All of the class rooms of the the well and broke his leg and lit this month. Booklets have been our own manner of writing
keeled the bear.
lute.We and over
ne not been taught in many 'I'' had a song "Wahoo" by high school are putting forth a tie Audrey just laughed and laugh. made showing the planting, pickIng naturally be Improved.
vole In Florida. Junelle Hutchings. We carried the bear Into town special effort to have Interestinghome ed because she knew he ought to marketing and uses of cotton By Ethel Taylor. '
Red and weighed him. He weighedseven ,--, -,- ,
"In the exercises. All
I Bradford High School was theM Another song room rooms

school to teach the Home School House" by Annie Warren. hundred and thirty-two have Bible reading Lord's Prayer I
lace Course to girls. Many And a poem "Fall" by Helen pounds. In the Chamber of Commerce and flag snlute Each\ morning one '
of Cedar Key lies the
Is i have written to our prin- Norman. of the pupna gives poem or some
1 wanting to know about It. Marlon Dowling, Reporter. of the same bear. This Is the end Inspiring thought for the day.
of a legend which came true. also have a motto for each
J The first aid course Is being of- They

l'!!l it, toys of the school now. A FRESHMAN: Roswell._Noegel... day. Beginning Monday some of hmiiwaJpdi'r
111 baa been formed and more Our class Is Justly proud of Its -- \PPEN n..t the ,rooms plan to have more Interesting .

fn! art i \expected to Join this representation of eight membersin WHAT worm programs and everyoneIs

-a the boy's class, of First Aid. Mr. Ovid Lewis missed a day of sure to be benefited.

jiadforo High School also leadsthe Gray tells us that this is the first school? --- --

[ ,ommerclal department. It I class of its kind In the public Ethel Taylor didn't have her lessons HTII. (ll\lK NEWS

been said that Bradford High schools of Florida. ?

:001 l OHS one of the largest and Margaret Pearce, who has been We should get a new school Elwlloii <>' Officers .,

commercial) departments in absent two weeks on account of a building? The eighth grade elected officersfor I

I'lUte lonsil operation, Is back with us. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenterwere their home room Wednesday

|!*dforo High School has more Alice Peterson spent Sunday afternoon late for school? September 23rd The following officer I

B*organized this year than ever with Grace Dew. The juniors and seniors could havea were selected' : i i:

IBesides! the Glee clubs, We are glad to have back with banquet this year? PresidentJack Halle. i

|*ercllli) club, and similar or- ui William Griner who has suffered The seniors failed to cooperate ? Vice PresidentIrvln Tlllman ,I

.1Uatons! the College Prepara- a head Injury when a traileron We failed to have assembly Secretary..Kathryn Wilder. |

|R Club will be organized this which he was riding wrecked. ery Friday? cv.I, Treasurer,-Sadie Prince. :

This club is for the pur- Jack Sapp, Billy Jackson, -- Class dues of one cent per week "

*or t preparing high school stu- Reporters. KS'KKSU'KI! per pupil were agreed upon. Each \

'b for -ollege. Students only of .--- Knock, knock. morning a group of students will

|candor -lass who wish to at- WE "ONDER'In' Who's there? have charge of the opening exer- i
college will be eligible to Join 1. The seniors don't act dig Water. cises. These Include scripture -, % ".

clUb' tt has been estimated nified. Water who? reading, prayer, flag salute, poems Once she had charm-and her laughter rang out >:. .
|5 between fifteen and twenty 2. Arlie Sponholtz doesn't play Water you doln tonight? short talks, and songs. t
clear and bell-like at her parties.
Ofe will be members of this basketball. The various room committeesare

.0. Mrs T T Long will super- 3. Grace Arwood Is playing basketball Knock, knock! keeping the room In a spotless There was fascination about her that warmed ry

*the club this year. Doc Who's there? condition. the very circle in which she stood. ,
Ir1dford Lois Judd smiles at four t
High School invites 4. L. O. There have been tests givento
i 04e to visit the school and see Wainwright. L. O. who? our grade In the past week. The Then in the foolishness of youth-she began to

''lUteJves what Is being done. f/. Ovid Lewis never gets tired of L. O. old sock. percentage of failures, so far, has drink Oh, not much, a little, and then a little

-.. ringing the bell. been very small. more But quite regularly. It became a sort of
t 4 END.AR: OF EVENTS 6. Hilda Wyrick likes Home The history class will report on flabbiness
Knock knock. social habit that nature gave it, and a sallow
:NEXT WEEK Science. Current Events this Friday after
-. 7. Randolph Quarrels came backto Who's there? noon. Within her, the poisonous alcohol gradually has set in.

( day Sept. 28-Faculty Meet- Bradford High. Fugate. who? Mary L. Stockwell, Reporter I brought about a transformation which reflected The eyes have lost their lustre and
" Um g U 3-io.: 8. Irene Davis has "Bub" written Fugate -- eFN'RTH from which
'"*M Fugate my bookkeeping I'll get itself in her features. have taken on a glossy hardness
sy. sept Commercial on her books GRADE NEWS
5ub 7th Period. 9. Chester Moody was In a bad your history IV. MUM Adkins Teacher The soft, fresh loveliness has gone the all light seems to have gone.

t' WRpaper Club, 7th period. I humor last Wednesday. knock- Our new workbooks for Langu- creamy tints of the skin have been robbed of their All the beauty shop In the world cannot
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.eday, Sept. 30-Glee Club: I 10. Beatrice Moseley. Myrtlce Who's,there? age, Geography and Arithmetic color leaving a drab whiteness, unattractive erase the mark of dissipation, nor stay Its

kyr: 6th period; Girls 7th and Florled Kllllng worth were no Oatmeal. came Monday. They are a great gradual, relentless process..
last to men.

:'cUtlda tatted Y Sept Elementary 1 1CJ thrilled Sunday.over going to Lawtey Oatmeal That a who cereal? I'll have to fin.lah i I help Bobby to us Biggs In our and work.Robert Whit- The firm, smooth face has lost the elasticity Alcohol is a slow poison that destroys beauty

.:apel 3rd period. 11. All the Juniors voted for : field's pictures In art were voted

:.IPBe Preparatory Club, 7thpdoo Reese Bradley for VicePresidentof it_next_ week.. the beat for last week and were I ire

I IM ante the Junior class. typewriterare put in the class scrapbook. '
The keys of a new EDUCATION :
to get ALCOHOL
Pauline Anders two books
I Assembly, 7th 12. so shaped that they form virtually Lorene Moncrlef gave I
to the bus first every exclude dust, for our class library
gooon. solid barks to ...c.,."
.. 13. All the Senior girls the remainder of the machine also Chester McKinney and WDC'I 1730 Chicago Avenue, Evanston Illinois1"'r" ) ,

t tide 2Calaod year bas for raised Its domestic enough the and Junior recess class--maybe room it's during the noon new being enclosed for the same pur- Thomas room chapel had for charge this week.of our ),\'\ i." JMs-.. h nor / ....}Niww/ C4naw Twwsre (Ara .._.....,.._.

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Miss Miscellaneous Durden HonoredAt Shower And the Worst is Yet to Come- Miss M.HIGHLAND E. Crew., Correspondent' -

I Given In HamptonI
1 I Misses Vera Mae and Eloise Wilkinson ;
'f3ocietylj Hilda Durden. whose mar- spent the week-end at Law- I

I riage to Harry H. Houston of Gar C tey with relatives. (
land, Ala will be an event of October Sta&g&feas
William Crews of a
6, was honored at a miscellaneods -
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I I visitor here Friday. ..J't l
shower, given by" the popular '
Plans For Durden-Houston Priest-Alvarez bride-elect's Hampton friends at : '-.J Mrs J. B. Car ru iistsz. Jacksonville -
visited her 'i trs. Studio
the City Hall there, Wednesday afternoon Uprightsand
Wedding AnnouncedOf Mr. and Mrs Emra Clayton Priest --r-- ft Ruth Marr, here recently.: FT/

Interest to a wide circle of announce the engagementof A profusion of marigolds and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green Grand PianosALSO

friends will be the plan* for the their Thelmato daughter fern decorated tbe spacious room I iea ,-= : : : : -r-; I and children of Starke, visited Mrs.

Durden-Houston wedding which weher the guest. gathered, effectively : .I. .1 H. C. Wimberly and.,family.Sun.. GUARANTEED t-SIr.D
will be solemnized Tuesday evening Leon B. Alvarez carrying out the color motifof 'I I day. PI.'X08

October 6, at seven o'clock at son of Mrs Hattie Alvarez yellow and green. I Mr. and Mrs. E, Prescott.1.and A Price. for every I'ork"tbook,
the home of the bride-elect's parents The wedding: will take place in During the afternoon little son, Frederick, and.Mr. fad Mm.
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Durden, the near future.Chriatening Dickie May entered the room with Lon Prescott were visitors lo Jacksonville LILLIAN'SMUSIC
r "
when Miss Hilda Louise Durden which
"The Honeymoon Express" Saturday.
and Harry Hilton Houston, of Gar Service At The was laden mlth a large assortment Miss! Virgie Griff and Borneo STORE

land, Ala., will be united in mar, Methodist ChurchA of lovely and useful gifts for tbe Prescott: were shopping in .Jacksonville Opp. Florida Theatre

riage. honoree from her Hampton friends.A Saturday. .i GAINESVILLE
The bride will be given In mar- beautiful and Impressive serv- refreshment course of ice . ---
riage by her father, and will haves ice was witnessed Sunday morning I cream, and dainty iced cakes were =-
her matron-of-bonor her sister-: at tbe Method Church when I served the guests. L7l grace distinctive flowers

in-law, Mrs. H. A. Durden. Little little Jeannette McLendon, daughter Invited to be with Miss Durden cherry. at herschel

Wins Betty Jo Durden, niece of the I of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen- were: Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Mrs. .... '" I'
bride, will be flower girl. Mr don was christened by the pastor T. F. Brown, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney, ( .Jacksonville:
Houston will have as his best man, the Rev. B. M. Montgomery. Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., Mrs. phone 7-2129

S. R Johns, Jr. Standing, at the chancel with B. Johns, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Mrs. yc mart renter piece. unusual rordr" jl

Mrs H. C. Brown will play the this lovely baby during the chris- George Rahme, Mrs. J. V. Jones, 'J_ flowers for gUta ,
nuptial music and Mrs. J. D. tening ceremony were her parents, ,Mrs. Mattie Ward, Mrs C. E. Harper ).' .
Doyle will sing "Because" (d' Dr. and Mrs. McLendon and grand- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan Mrs. J. G. "

Hardelot) and "Speak to Me Of parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- Lamoreaux, Mrs Mattie Manlre, 1 IT IS TIME TO
Love" (Slever) prior to the entrance thews. The effective decorations Miss Willie Mae Hinson, Mrs. J. CHANGE TO

of the bridal party. of the church were In green and W. Bedenbaugh, Mrs. George Hin- .I" '
The officiating minister will be white, potted ferns placed on pedestals son, Mrs. Lynn Hall, Mrs. K. B. 1I .
the Rev C B. Price, pastor of the forming a background for Watterson, Mrs. Eliza Hall, Mre. I :.1: GOOD GULF GAS AND) OILSWE

First Baptist Church, of Starke. the baskets and bowls of small I Russell, Dyal, Mrs. J. W Home,, ,
white chrysanthemums, tube roses, Mrs L. J. Wynn Mrs. L. A. Wynn,
W. C. T. U. Elects Officers dahlias and wild gypsophalia. Miss Elaine Wynn, Miss Geraldine HAVE BEE? SERVING BRADFORD COUNTY

After the christening ceremonythe Johnson, Miss Mary Wiggins, Mrs. FOLKS A LONG TIME. WE ARE CONVINCING
The weekly meeting of the W. pastor, the Rev Mr. Montgomery Cecil Manlre, Mrs. M. M. Matchett -
C. T. U. which convened with Mrs. preached an Interesting sermon Mrs Mamie Meade, Mrs. Mary PEOPLE EVERY 'DAY OF THE QUALITIES OF

Noble White enjoyed a profitable to an appreciative congregation. Geiger, Mrs. Bert Hinson, Mrs. G. GULF PRODUCTS. ,LET US TRY TO CONVINCEYOU.
session after which the following P. Wadsworth, Mrs. Lee Parker.
officers selected to serve for A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK. YOU ALWAYS
were Irlta
Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, Miss Saxon I PINE LEVEL RESOLUTION
the coming year: Circles Will Meet Mrs. C. L. May, Miss Martha Whereas, on Sept. Uta, 1936, the GET THAT GOOD G.U L F SERVICE WHEN YOU
Mm. II. M. McKee,
President Mrs. F. A. Scott. Monday Afternoon Joyce Johns, Miss Marie Hinson, I _CorrespondentWe Supreme Architect, In His Infinite VISIT OUR STATION. WE APPRECIATE YOUR
Vice President, Mrs. O. E. Stans- Miss Alberta Hlnson and Mrs. A. are thankful for the much wisdom has been pleased to take
Circles of the Woman's Mission A. Durden, of Starke. unto the of deceased PATRONAGE.
bury needed rain. The fall crops are him/1 spirit our -
ary Society will meet Monday afternoon -----.----- looking fine. brother, J. M. Mitchell and I
Mrs. Noble White.
Secretary, Oct. 5th. at three-thirty Miss Lula Redgrave returned Whereas of
the trestle board his
Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W J. Mathid and
Treasurer, Mrs. A. W. o'clock Circle Number One will
Tuesday from Petersburg, Va., Masonic life was such as to entitle NEW DEAL SERVICE STATION
Publicity Chairman, Miss Flor- be entertained by Mrs. W. E. Mld-, where she has spent the past three Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bennett and him to receive the white stone with

ence Wood. dleton. Circle Number Two will; months with relatives. She was daughter, of Orlando, were visitingMr \ ".w name, and HUBERT. : PRIEST,.Manager
New members are being received the Lake placeof I and Mrs. F. Fender over the
meet at Kingsley
accompanied home by Mrs. Mar- Whereas, by the faithful discharge -

and the work growing in Interest Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. garet Edwards and small son, who week-end. of the great duties owed to ...- .. . ... .. .I
and consecration.This Hostesses: Mrs. Adklns and Miss i will visit here for a while. Mr. and Mrs. tt L. Batten and God, to his neighbor and to him ." .
week's meeting vjill I be held Amelia Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Roye Hunter, all of self, our brother deserved the title
Miss Jacobs And Mrs. Brown Thereasa Sunday here with :'
with the President Mrs. F. A. spent of man and Mason be it therefore BUY SHOES NOW
Scott, Friday afternoon. W. M. U Circle Meetings Compliment Miss DurdenAt Mr. and Mrs. A J. Fender.
I Resolved, that in the passing of
I The Baptist W. M. U. circles Shower We are glad to report that T. J. M. Mitchell, Masonry has suffered FOR THE BiG FOOTBALL GAME
will meet Monday. October 5. Circle P. Denmark has returned from the the loss of one of Its most
I ISTARKE Number One,will be entertained Complimenting Miss Hilda Dur Lake City hospital! and he with valued members and the commun- Every Man and Lady wilt want to look their be t. Shoe ate
RITZ THEATRE !I by Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Circle den, October bride-elect, Miss Ros- his family are visiting Mrs. Den ity a valued citizen, and most Important part of.Costume. Beautiful new eagles] In Blue, I:
alind and Mrs. H. Clifton ,
Number Two will meet with Mrs. 1 Jacobs mark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Be it further resolved, Bradford Green, Brown and Black for dress and sport wear NOW O\
Brown entertained, at the home of SALE .j
Joseph E. Wilson. Both circles Fender. Lodge, No. 39, F. & A. M. extendsto :
tbe former, Wednesday night, witha
Number One and Two will meet at I Clyde Hersey, of Theressa, was his loved ones its sincere, heartfelt
delightful miscellaneous show 1,000 Pairs Ladies'and Girl's
Shoes. Three
3:30: o'clock Monday afternoon.The visiting friends here Sunday. sympathy and while we mourn to four ,

PROGRAM Young Matron's Circle will er. Mr and Mrs. O R. Alvarez, of his absence we rejoice in the reward dollar values. ., ,
meet Monday night at 7:30: at the Dahlias, asters, and ageratum at- Vanderbilt, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. allotted to the souls of the s $1.95
THURS.-FRI. OCT. 1-2 home of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes tractively arranged In baskets Phillips, of Sampson City, were Just made perfect.Be '
"Poor Little RichGirl" with :Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. C. A. were used as decoration for the visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me- it therefore further resolved,
lovely affair. 500 Pairs Mens and Boy's three to five dollar shoe;) .;
Knight as hostesses.The Rae, Sunday afternoon that these resolutions! be spread on '"
.. I, W. M. U. week of prayer for Miss Durden was asked by one Eugene Goodge Sampson City our records and a copy sent to the $1.95 $3.25: $3.75 $4.75
of the hostesses to follow A string I
Shirley Temple Home Missions will also be observed was visiting friends here Sunday bereaved family, also a copy be
and AU Star Cast8ATURDAY..OCT. which she gave her, by doing so a sent to the Bradford Telegraph ,
next week. The program for afternoon. County 600 Pairs Ladies and Girls five to ten dollar scrota J'
gift was found at the other end,
3 circle the first meetings day will Monday.be given Tuesdayat at the and In this malt er all of the useful Mr. and Mrs. :a. E: Starling and Signed for publication.: $2.95 $3.79; '$4.95 $5.75 $6.5' ,

gifts were presented to her. The son, J. E. Jr., Miss Ida Mae Norman N.
3:30 Circle Number Two will SternbergC
"Trail of Terror"Bob have charge and Wednesday at gift of the hostesses was a lovely and Mrs. Florida Johnson'at H. Naswortby Boy's and' Girl's dress and school Shoes.79c'to .
Steele piece of lingerie.The tended the Association at Pleasant "
Joe, Sistrunk
7:30 Circle Number One and The $2.95
Comedy ft Serial hostesses, assisted by Miss Grove Church at Taylor on Sun Committee. : I"
Young Matron's Circle will be In .
Annie Mae Pearce, served a delicious day. .
charge. These meetings will beheld
SVN.-MON., OCT. 4-5 at the Church salad course with Iced tea to Mrs. H. M. McRae visited the New Zealand shipped butter VOGUE BOOT SHOPGAINESVILLE

"Road To Glory"Fredrlo their guests. bedside of Mrs. F. L. Conner at worth nearly $63,000,000 overseasIn
Enjoying the lovely affair with St. Luke's Hospital! Saturday. Mrs. the year ending with March FLORIDA

Baxter 1Iart'hWam..r Miss Durden were: Miss Lucile Conners has many friends here making it Its most valuable export ... ,.. .. ... .
Lionel REAL Edwards, Miss Annie Mae who wish her a speedy recovery. commodity. ,' .
Barrymore Pearce, Miss Clara Louise Peek, i
June Queen McRae spent the week.
1 LangTUES.WED. ESTATEIF Miss Hazel Adkins, Miss Hope end with Mr. had> Mrs.\ T. N. Norman .
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Miss ,
Haynes Georgia
in Gum Brach section.
) OCT. 6-7 YOU WANT TO I Miss Mlna Manassa, Miss Mary FRESH MULLET A REAL 'GOOD
Misses Eula Mae and Etta Fae
RENT Lee Wynn, Miss Mary Canova, GREEN'SSTORE :
"Two Sinners"Martha I BUY, SELL OR
Dyal and Miss Verna Phillips all
Miss Ruth Sternberg, Mrs. S. R.
: Steeper SEE US- of Sampson City were visiting Mias FISH THc
I Johns, Jr., Mrs. H. M. Richard, FLOUR
. Mrs. H. A. Durden. Mrs. J. D. Vesta McRae, Sunday afternoon. ,Jb.

; THUitS.-FRI., OCT. 8-9 WILSONREALTY Doyle, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. Mr' and Mra!.: T. N. Norman of

Little Miss i Nobody'Jane CORP. George E. Manassa, Mrs. Glen Gum Branch, and Mr. and Mrs. H. ,
Wood, and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. M. McRae and Mrs W M. New

[ Withers --A. man and little son, Harlle, were CARD lb. lOc I CASH & CARRY 24 Lbs. 72c

. thi.. I.n.n'.o.. in T"nv airttl, Executive Board MeetingThere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. STARKE FLA. .
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A. Crosby in Rising.section, Thursday ,
will be a meeting of the '

FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU Executive Board of the Woman's Frank Fountain and Judd Guthrie -: Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- C F !

AS YOUR TELEPHONE Club on Thursday afternoon Octo- of Penney Farms, were visit- I F R E E F R L t
It Costs You Nothing Save Your Tickets
" ber 8, at 4 o'clock, at the clubhouse Ing Miss Myrtls Fountain, Sunday .
ALL.ORDERS FILLED -Willard-Rivers Misses Docla Starling and Doris BEST! \VIIITE

ARTISTICAbLYECONOb1ICALLY1'11OMPTLY Thomas, Carl Thomas and Robert .17c MEAT 3 Cads lOc
" Mr. and Mrs. Emory Rivers announce Starling attended church at New .
' the marriage of their River Sunday evening. ,

; MRS. L. G, POWELL, Starke daughter, Mary E., to John W. Remember Sunday School at ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c !
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, WiUard, of St. Augustine! on September Pine Level church every Sunday

17. afternoon at 3 o'clock, and RIB
NO. 2 CANS-i
U. D C. Will Meet WednesdayThe I er service at 7:30: o'clock Every. BEEF STEW Lb. lOci
WASH, DRESSESNEW one welcome. TOMATOES can 7c
W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. D. .

C., will meet Wednesday the 7th BROOKER MIXED

SHIPMENTTHE of October at three-thirty o'clock, Miss Vera Galney. Correspondent PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc GROUND. MEAT, Lb. 15c
at the home of Mr and Mrs O. L. -
Beasley Hostesses: Mrs Beasleyand The fifth and sixth grades from WHOLE GRAIN .
:Mrs Ethel/Biggs. the Brooker Junior High School RICE 5 Lbs. 25c ROUND STEAK LbJ2c

SHOWN IN STARKESO JIIKSIOY HALL motored to Hampton Lake Thurs-
day afternoon and had a picnic.
Taking Daniel 2nd Chapter as a QUART JARVINEGAR CHUCK ROAST or
They were accompanied by the entire

PRETTY YOU'LL WANT TO WEAR lesson of Rev.Brooker G. E.Baptist McGauley Church, pastor -, nice school time. faculty. AU enjoyed a __ __ _. lOc STEAK, Lb. .. _ 12'/2c

brought a message! of deep interest OIL
'"* and.far reaching Importance when Among those from here who attended
he spoke at the Tuesday evening the Primitive Baptist Association SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c SAUSAGE Lb. 20c

1.00 1.95SNAPPY meeting at the_ Mission at Pleasant Grove Church, -
Baker County, last week-end were
Such faith and courage as displayed 10o BOX
Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Hazen, Mr. and APPLE MULE. SPARK PLUG
tbs characters studied
by ASPIRIN Each .3c
( STYLES JUST ARRIVED inspire Christians today to, rise Mr. B. F. Hazen and children, H. - TOBACCO Plugs 25c

above their surroundings and let it P. Gainey and daughter, Vera. GROUND DAILY
ALL KINDS be known unto the world Mrs W. A Brown was the guest
that the

" SILK & WOOLEN ONE conditions they are serve met is,able to do, when all thatIs the of Sunday Mrs R.afternoon.Mr. B. Goode. of Alacbua, PURE COFFEE Lb. 121c MEAL 10 Lbs. _25c

79c asked and more. The messagewas and Mrs. Roy Thomas otJack.onvl1le
98c 25cPORK
a challenge to those who. were visiting Mrs.
\ WHY NOT BUY YOUR RON A heard. Alice Thomas part of last week. & BEANSMACARONI _5c. BOILING .
IN !
SUIT HE'LL BE PROUD NEWEST SHADES Special music was rendered by Don't forget P. T. A. meeting

,', TO WEAR (Woolen Goods M In. Wide) members of the Brooker Church Wednesday afternoon, October 7, .RACON Lb. 12] c
accompanying Mr. McGauley and at 2:30 o'clock. All tbe patronsof Spkgs. lOc ,

.1 was much appreciated, by tbe the school are especially invited
EVERYBODY'S, RAVING AT splendid congregation present.At to attend. QUART JAR
tbe next meeting Rev. Wilkes MS PKQ. PEANUT BUTTER 25c
,1 JACOBS/ pastor of the Raiford Church will To aid local producers the government SALT Pkg. 3c ,

,,: ",a the teacher and a musical treat will require that all lubricating

r ',,' ..; ... ,of.gospel songs Is promised as oils used, transported .or .HI-PLANE
Next,.I.r to "Pf\t'lfIl'e, there will be musicians enTsinger'from'Ralford sold in Tunisia shall contain at 2 Pkgs. 15c
: to' olive
least 20 per cent of Tunisian
part of the service. oil ,. Vsaa

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I Jackson who baa been!J Sirs. N Sternbrrg is I ---

I enlisted in a COO Camp u I.e.Conte. this week In New ,.rk spending While Pensions Require government with a contribution) GUM BRANCH
j .fllla. 1'4. for the past six: I there she will visit u.-i, il'aughiei.. Full I It Jl,000 pe quartet from the Miss. Elizabeth Harnage. Cer.
Bits ofL i months will I! mUm to his home I hiss Lillian SterBtwrg CooperationThe :'late! In, meet legal requirements
4 here ire fur the of
provided granting
I Friday. ,
___ I' I Knight and Caught<" rjll-
i full cooperation of all boards monthly allowances Ui Approximately '
Ire ,
< < spent tht week-end in Naaau -
Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs C. E. SUNS BROOK FARM of county commissioner and of 8.OOO persons over seventy )I County with relatives

cal Ne Johns Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Sapp lire O. E. Crosby Correspondent district board members and staff. years! of ape Payment to aged Mr. and Mrs B. M McRae and

I i and Miss Dorothy Sapp will be required during the nextI persona will vary from $5 to $3O children and Mr. W 0 Jackson .'
were recent Mrs. Tom Proctor and daughter few days to the Florida Old per month according to the heed
guests of Mts. Donia I I were the guests of J. A Harnage "I
OUR PEOPLE. II Moore, Juanlta. of Lake !,
CONCERNING BUSINESS AND In Gainesville.. Butler were Age Assistance Plan under way on of each individual case. and family. Sunday.

guest! of her patents. Mr. and Mr*. i i schedule, according to Conrad Van The plan Is set for nine
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN 1 J. E Norman I I I up Mr*. W. F. Harnage Is spending
1I thN week-end. I II I Hynlng Commissioner! of Social months only as county funds are
I Miss Elizabeth Williams who is Mr. and Mrs. :!I Welfare. a while with her son-in-law andlaughter
a student nurse at St. Luke's I H. M. McRae of insufficient to finance the plan fora Mr. and Mrs. B M Mc-
I Hoar Pine Level and Mr and Mrs. T. N. In an Interview this morning, longer period of time. The LegIslature -

pital Jacksonville, spent the Norman of Gum .Branch were din- ,I Mr. Van Hyning listed the three will be requested at Us Rae.Mr.
1-- week-end here and Mrs Lee Thomas
IIIId Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent Dr. S. Sternberg, of Daytona : and Mrs. Nat Williams.her parent'sMr. ner: guests of M'. and Mrs. L. A. ,, things that absolutely' essential next session to appropriate funds J, A. Harnage sod famirj werevisiting .

Mf 1/1 Jacksonvile, Beach, spent the week-end here Crosby Thursday ''II before the plan can be put Into actual that will amount to sufficient to Sunday afternoon.Mr. t I

day with'his': ;parents, Mr. and Mrs N. Miss Neta Kelly. O. J. Mott and I operation. Each according to care for an estimated 16.000 person -

---O-;; M church at Pleasant Grove Rat-
: song Frank. Sam and Joe of Lakeland ] who are in need
the week-end here.Kitterdge. ton to Lake Butler last Monday. I I portant. They are: .
:M. DevJtcn bas returned from a were guests during the Week- Mr and Mrs Ralford Brown 1 First-The receipt by the State Authority for the Legislature"" urday.Mr.

of vIsIt''In Valdosta, Ca., with his end of :Miss Luclle Mitchell and and children of Plant City were i I Board of Social Welfare of a warrant to appropriate State funds will be and Mrs. H. Keen of Cross

(jtO- here Leesburg.Mon- brother an dsiater-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. LJbbie Stephens. ,... visiting Mrs. H.vA. Brown'and Mr. ; from each of the ..btYlIevf'nI dependent upon the passage of an City were the guests of Mr. and

.u a busintas visitor. Mr. Ben Leviton. ,,I and Mrs. Sim, Kelly, Sunday. t counties in the amount necessary amendment to Section 3 of Article Mrs. D. I. Knight Sunday aft.rnoon *

a! '. it Mr. and Mrs J. B. Carlisle had Miss Doris M"o t of Brooker I I to pay one-half of the cost of old 13 of the State Constitution! which .

DP! *n'Vlra.' d. C. Mendoza and ss their guests! recently Mrs.: Car- spent Saturday night with Misses j age assistance in each county durIng was proposed by the 1933 Legislature J. C. !Sapp; of Jacksonville spent
r Buford, of Oroveland Mlas Gloria Johns of Jacksonville, lisle's mother Mrs. John Melin and Betty and Doris Crosby. I the quarter-beginning October and which will be presentedto the week-end with his parents, Mr.

:1 SJit the week-end here with his were, guests Sunday of Mr. and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Miss 1 and ending December 31. 1936. the voters at the general election and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.

left. MI'II'IT1.; Griffin. and Mrs. Pat Melln all of Ocala. Dorothy Norman of Gum SecondTwo certified copies of on November 3. The amendment Miss Dorothy Norman al.enll1al-!

-_ Branch spent the nIght with her the formal' resolution transferringthe authorizes the State to match federal urday night with her uncle and

Barton of Jacksonville Miss Luclle Mitchell John H. Sherman brother-In-law and sister Mr. and I funds to the State Board of Social funds. for old age assistance. aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby
Betty Bates who is! a student Mr*. L. A. I
week-end guest of LTEUa Powell and Mrs. Llbbie Stephens at the Crosby Saturday night. Welfare (one copy of this resolution -< mothers' aid and aid to the blind. Owen McKae spent the weekend j
.a a University of Florida. Mm. W. RI Haislop returned I and
with his brother-in-law
from each of the sixty-
spent Sunday in Jacksonville withMrs.Mitchell. -- -- ---- 0
JmPmlgcongressman I Gainesville spent Saturday and home Tuesday after a two week's seven counties Is required by the sister Mr. and Mrs. T N Nor1-
Sunday here at the home Hunters Must File
of his visit with her daughter. Mrs. Dan |
Social Board before Federal -
, R. ..It.:. Green spent uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr* Olin Stokes, of Tampa. |I Security man.Eldon
St. Mrs. W.;H. Nollman has returned I W. White !' funds are released) and Game Report Sapp left Wednesday ;
I jut Thursday in Petersburg U ht r, home In Sebring after a Stanley Clsiy, of Brooker, Third Two certified copies from night for Miami where he Is look- i

official business, visit, her:; ,:with her mother Mrs. I spent the week-end with his grandmother 1 each of the sixty-seven counties ol Florida law requires hunters applying Ing for work. ;

1 &.' I Mrs Fred Travis and Mrs. Jake Mrs. A. S. Crosby, here a resolution waiving the counties' .- .-- '
\, .pamricfc.Mr. I I for a hunting license In this
l Mr and Mrs. Leo Keller and son. Field were recent guests of Mr. Mrs. C. M. McKinney of Starke right to collect from the estates of .stale to file with the application a VK4JKT.\IUJC CHOI \
I !IM Jr.. are PendinK this week and.Mrs. W. M. WainwrIght and Mrs. J. E. Wilson at Kingsley spent the week-end with her sister i I recipient of public assistance the report of the game killed duringthe MOORE HAVEN Early truw.

fating in Atlanta. and' children! of Jacksonville were I Cocoa Lake, en after route vacation to their homes in Mrs. H. A. Brown. j amounts that have been granted previous season. Blanks on planting In the muck lands around
a trip In In- i
weeb-ind: guests of Mr. and Mrs. diana and Ohio. Miss Alma Ward of Starke.' j I to them. which this report Is to be made Okeechobee Indicates one of the )

lira. W B Mundy Jr., and Mrs N. Wainwright, Sr. spent the week-end with her sister- This resolution Involves a legal form a part of the application biggest winter vegetable crops In ;:

i Barley E' Jnnfl were visiting in in-law and brother: Mr. and Mrs I point contained In the Social' Se blanks to be filled out by the hunter. the history of the Glades CondeI

GaiDesvllle, Tuesday! Mrs O. W. White, Sherman Mr. and Mrs. R. A. New-some Jack Ward. curity Act itself and Is absolutely In supplying license forms and lion In most of thin farming area I

Bates, Misses Etbolin and Dorothy spent the week-end in Jacksonvillewith Mrs. J. L. Johns of New River!' I essential. One copy of this resolution application forma to County have become Ideal for planting Bit

Mla Lois Long of Jacksonville White and Clara McGee spent Sat- Mr. Newsome's brother and was visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. from each of the sixty-seven Judges Dr. I. N. Kennedy, Executive the result of heavy rains early this J I
In'J cksonvll1e. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. counties must be In the hands of of the '
I wit the week-end here with hermother urday Crosby Saturday. Secretary Commissionof month. South of Clewlslon, however .

Mrs. F. H Long. Newsome.Mr. Miss Neta Kelly spent the night the Social Security Board before Game and Fresh-water Fish, dry weather has held back i

The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Lowry with Miss Mary Sue Mott of Federal funds are released. It Is wrote each County Judge callln] planting. Hundreds of acres are "'y

lira 0 L Beasley and Mrs. who have spent the past ten daysIn and Mrs. C. A Knight and Brooker and attended the birthday | hoped t that boards of county commissioners attention to this blank and urging planted In the Liberty Point section ,

I Alette KIncaId spent the week- Slaryville, Tenn., returned to Miss Loral Bennett spent the party given In honor of her brother i, will hold special meetIngs that special care be lined In securIng and virtually every available 1

lad at Jacksonville Beach. their horfe-.here Thursday. weekend at Hilliard with Mrs. Lourie Mott.L. ; during the first day or two this report. It Is Invaluable tract on Piston Island will be leased
f'tra. Knight's mother in October in order that the necessary to the state basic Informationupon
Mrs James Shep- O. Jones and sister Miss Fer- as for farming this fall. Beans

W) E Middleton spent the ard, and brother and sister-in-law, roll Jones, of Starke were visiting | resolution may be passedI which conservation measure will be the principal crop, but there
< and Mrs. William Morris
.L: week-end Mr. and Mrs. I promptly and warrants drawn and should be formulated it also dl
at Jacksonville Beach C. C. Shepard Miss Neta and Donald Kelly. will also be cabbage peppers, eggplant -
|turned this week from a visit in with her brother and sister-in-law Thursday j'iturned over to the State Board of recta attention to areas which and other vegetable
I QuIncy and Ocala with relatives. night. j Social Welfare at the earliest -
possible need\ .
Mr ,-ajnd,Mrs W. Q. Dowling-. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest! had as Fred Haislop. O. J. Mott. H. B. I probably restocking.One

1.1 ..i1 their gueets Sunday Mr*. Priest' Kelly, Miss Nets\ Kelly and Fer date. hundred per cent cuopera
lire, Hulda Corpening of Jack-
Mr; and Mrs. Glen Wood, of Or- father, M. G. Dennis and brother- roll 1 Jones were visiting\ Mr. and "We cannot emphasize too tion on the part of ike sportsmen
Inoville, spent Saturday and Sun- said the Commissioner, You ilenuuHl Sanitation as to
lando are strongly In compiling this census Is expected. -
I spending this week: in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. C. C. Butler of Long Bridge
kybere at her home on N. Walnut here visiting friend and relatives.Mr R Hollfngsworth and two children, Friday nIght. "that the plan will delayed until Section 64 of the Game Law your Foal| and Water.
Street ,- Wo4d Is on his vacation. I all of Fort White and Miss! Pauline Miss Lucille Thomas and Jesse I \ the last one of the sixty-seven which covers thIs la us follows: How shout joiir 'l..the..TAr

Priest of Jacksonville. Goodman attended church at Long I counties have turned over their "Hunters and trappers requIredto satisfied l hut
W. S Gibson of St. Petersburg, Mrs/ Alice Jones, Mrs. Rosa last warrant and have passed these two make report -To each applictt your
Bridge Sunday night
pent the week-end here at the Important resolutions. Paymentsfor tlon for license to take LAtINUKhandlr" under ;
Baitrdent! C. W. Baisden and Ted Mr. game or '
and Mrs. Marcus Conner
I bone of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken- Mrs. R. A. Green went to Gainesville the whole State will be held fur-bearing animals shall be attached Sanitary Condition while being 1
Stilley Jacksonville were visiting B.
Thursday of last week where and H. Kelly left Tuesday for
dIIclL up until the last county has prop- a stub. listing the various seirvlre washerwomen T '
II by
MrsL ttie Stilley Sunday. Miami .
she visited her parents, Mr. and where they will spend some executed these the
erly papers species of and fur-bearing
game Call and oak about the
time. u* > priers
Mrs "I
Yancy A. Harris She
A. E Wall spent last week In MY. arid was Commissioner. said Two copies of animals and the applicant shall "
I Athens Ga., where be attended I Mrs. Joe E. Wilson have accompanied home by her mother George Jordan, of Long Bridge the resolution mail- on the S different, claimed of
I necessary were state thereon the numbers of such
returned to their home here after of
nuU week" at the University of I spending several weeks at the days.Friday who visited here several! Saturday was the afternoon.The guest Fred Haislop ed to the chairman of the board of game and fur-bearing anImals as Family Laundry 8 r"Ire ,

Gwrpa., I county commissioner of each were taken by him within the
Week"s !tage. on KIngsley Lake. Rev. C. A: Crosby of Brooker -
county on September 24. Full instructions State of Florida In
the season next
and the Rev. J. E. Newton of ALSO
:Min Annie Mae Pearce and j
Mr. and Mrs' L. A. Davis return- Mfs..I' anddaughter1 i were also mailed at the preceding that for which license I Iapplied la
B. Flynn Green Cove /
eorge .1' MIss Springs were visitors
Margaret Pearce returned
d Sunday evening from a two same time to the twelve district for. Person
.' falling to
Betty Ann of Clermont here Monday. \1
inks trip to in and this week from a visit in Miami welfare boards. DRY CLEANING \t
points Georgia make such statement shall be denied -
spent several days recently with,: with Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Faver. :Mr. and Mrs.J. B. Russ spent ,,
fimtuee. ..The Florida Old Age Plan which
'. -. license applied for until they
Mrs. Flynn'amotber; Mrs. Emma While away they also visited Mr. the week-end io-Brooker with relative LADIKH"' COATS._ title '
'. I Ie financed jointly by the sixty- have complied with this provision." up
andhddren I pnovar and Mrs. Joe Oliver in Fort Lau- *. LADIES'!: DRESSES $:3o *
Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes seven counties and the Federala There I* another provision In the up
derdale.Mr. There bas been a Sing organized MEN'S SUITS _. ... boo
J Enoa and Betty spent A -meetIng of the Executive law to which the Commission ot 'I
at Corinth Church EverybodyIs
Sunday: in Brooker the home of Board.ofci the Baptist W. M. U. success. Different ones will be Came and Fresh-water Fish Is callIng MEN'S OVEHCOAT8 Mo
and Mrs. W. Wheeler cordially invited to attend. MKN'H' FELT HATS
I Bryon ,
Mr. and appolonted as leaders
P. O. Haynea where will be beld at the home of the attention namely: "If any person -
of Arlington. Va., were recent There are no charges for the Sing CLEANED & BUM'KKI BOo
Uy attended their annual family PreAl ent. Mrs. A. M. Darby Fri- Miss Neta Kelly was the guest la convicted of taking game
j minion. guests at the home of Mr. and which meets Friday night at seven of Miss Ferrol Jones, of Starke LEATHER JACKETS 7So
aaY.4tg'gP oon at 3:30.: o'clock before the second and I birds or game anImals during the "
Mrs. A. A. Durden. Sunday Mr. Saturday night. 1-
season no license shall be
-"---- and Mrs. Wheeler accompanied by fourth Sundays In each month. Miss Madge Wlgbam of Starke,
NAT SEZ Issued to such for the
: Starke
Everybody come and let's make I person openseason Dry Cleaners ,
Miss Hilda Durden were visitingat | was a business visitor in our com- next following"Weekly
Silver Springs. | munity Monday.

._r.'"!' I i Mrs J. R. Kelly who bas spent air map service has been & Laundry
In kHiP&ar'| 't ath our policy to glue Mrs. James L. Hair of Jacksonville CENT A WORD j,I the past week In Lake Butler with established between India and

our ew( njra the very laUttt spent the week-end here with I her mother, returned home Sunday. Hong Kong.

styles 'In dresses and coats, .Mrs.Sternbe her parents, Mr. and Mrs.! .F. C. tB

:t+ fl' Hi bow In the New York Hollingsworth. Sunday afternoon COLUMNWILL I .

market tmytrng our Fall needs. In Mr. and Mrs. HolDngsworth and PAY CASH-for used pianos f LOR I HIGHLIGHTS. ease'I NNEm1il'UM4tr;
(" ; Miss Ernestine Andrews accompanied Write Lillian' Music I ___yq f _*** r+*\..r9 ** ....., .
r few days you will lie able to select -
Mrs.! Hair tome. Store 342 University Ave.. I .'

Starke your and,ufw; be outfit assured right that here It In Is Friends-- -of-Wilbur- A. Scott will Gainesville Fla. tf I I ..._..1"h-"oji'". ._....),.......,.(..'. 01.1"'...,.... ...,",.',;.'.:.....'. ,,. .rae ,..,,-t., ,J''t'.. ...'V...o::!'''r.f' ::...,f.; _, :..',' ....

right Ir style and price. New be interested !o learn that on last FOR SALE:-.200,000 Missionary .:" '!;;. .. :.Y _: : .'-....; '. ." '

C'luh"now 4 will start he broadcast 1talk Strawberry Planta. Priced right. 'I .yw/s'<''J'am': I
Suit forming Sunday on ." .r... .,.. iI. .. .....,..
next weeks Christian Education over station Come and see these plants. M. Rho- -
WDBO Orlando. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. den. Heilbronn Springs. 0-1 Htp .. :- THE f/SST .

Scott are residents of Orlando, and OPEN A/J2 AQUA.I2/UAt
FOR SALE or exchange for city SEA FUG/IT

SPECIALS!\ IN are Young enjoying People'the Department associations of of the the property ..- Our farm home on /// THE WOklLO AITEMPIED

First Presbyterian Church In Kingsley Lake road at bargain KEY WEST AMEC/CA DY A/2
or-I price. L. C. Prescott 4tp .
lando. Mr. Scott is teacher WAS BETWEEN
BLANKETS88c young peoples' class having a FOR SALE Almost new -burner -"'. --.-'11I --- 44.'EY WEST-4/VD

membership of over seventy-five oil range May be seen at ',

Single people. home of F A. Scott. Wilbur A. ,:*,, f, TWff,],*.;!vfrrfM-HIV ,> /IANi4NA

i..F.IIK.-j'IEPOUT Scott. Up I V /" '' !'' %r i .

66 x 76 Starke, Fla., AUK. 31. 19SRopoit <. -- ;;
1 of the Clerk of the Circuit FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
I ronrt ,in and fur Bradford County, with private bath. Garage. ,I .
Double66x76 Florida, on IK i'mint of taxes assessed I
foi t th" yell 193&: F. A. Scott Phone 84, Starke, Fla. \
$169 C A. KN10HT. ItpGRITS I
Tax' Collector II
/'use47 Pieper
Tn Balanc due 3417.41 ;MILL: and 12 horse power |I
p Hy amount. .-oll..c'md 93716 engine in good' condition for sale
KAVONBEDSPREADS MEN'SKHAKI Tn> Halm Mine.' due r Forlrltere 2.780 HI or trade for anything! which I can 'New..rdd'd Fr f r r

To Balance due .. 978..2 I handle. Cash J150.00. See C. H '
By amount ,inlli-cteil' .- -. t 2\1H
PANTS To Bslance due __ 79..3. : Clark.' 4tp-10-2
fosse, N.i.rt sad HrldK ,
SIzeSOzIGO To Falun, t due ...149711k LOST...A clue Fountain Pen some
amount ,,Its< t tad 773 8t
DVED > u.
VAT where downtown Sunday after- 1
SPECIAL To HHlam-i- due . 8.37&.98C
'J eone7 aeaoed"' (........1 noon. Finder please return to
To Balance due 4.21209 Mitchell Drug Store and receive
$1.00 811) 37
$1.19 : Hy amount collected I ---
To Balance due. . 3.07171 reward. ;Mri: J. H. Fields Itp i i
Total .....-*>..o.il Hea.lor --- .
To Balance due. . .709.38| FOR SALE or exchange for city <
By amount 1'"lIe.led Hn 87
MEN'SWORK To Bjilnnra dos 3.81879 property Our farm home on
Total "' .l>-"-kool' B......d KIngsley Lake road at bargain
To Balance due 8.878.33 I
SHIRTS By amount n/ected.) .-. 801).98 price. L. C. Prescott, 2413 University -

BOY'S SHIRTS To balance due Peas/_ ... 3.075. 31Widow' Station. Gainesville Fla. 4tp |

,OPRBEST: GRADES To Balance due 4M.2J I fy -
AU Colon By nmount collected/ 91 03 "MILLIONS Genuine Improved ,
Size 8 to 14 To Balance l due .-. 397.19 Maryland Missionary Strawber.I
Rrldce l.trrf
79c 69c a" "'_/.. F.." ry Plants New Ground white i i
To Ualan.e due 1/.896.12 root, all this year' plants 11.50
j'' ? : Hy amount collected ?.'** 4J
thousand f.o.b. Castleberry"Thurmond
To H..!",n. t-i _412715 per
......u. Farm Caatleberry, Ala. PAN" 1
riser P.
MEN'S FELT SPECIAL OFFER 8-28-12tp The distinction of having the only and students of marine life. A small

I WANTED: By an old line legal reserve tropical open air aquarium In the world grove of eorontit palm adjoining th.-

HATSALL Your Head StonesAt life insurance company operating claimed' hv Kev West Florida. The aquarium with the ocean just beyond .

In six states, duly licensedby novel I aouarinm wan first conceived by lends a distinctly tropical' atmosphere

COLORS Cemetery Can Be your Insurance Department a Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen, superin- to the unique build'nar' which should'

Cleaned reliable competent general agent ./ "riprit of the Fairmount aquarium in prove to be of great attraction and
$1.OOup manager capable of handling Philadelphia when he started mikfnflrriodieal source of interest.

Small ones 50c agents under royalty contract with ",. trips to Key West to add to J. A. D. McCurdy attempted the firM'

$1.00 home office supervision building J'e' collection) of tropical' fish in the American oversea flisrht; by airplane'

IT PAYS TO BUY;'AT Large Work ones Guaranteed mixed debit This advertisement on unusual Industrial will not I'MladeloMa aquarium. It is said that twenty years ago from Key 'West U

All plan. with refer nearly 1.000 varieties of tropical fish Havana. The plane fell into the lIl"a.

STERN 1 RG'S Charles M. Simpson ences appear to again.All States Reply Life Montgomery will eventually be included in the brilliant within sight of Cuba but the daring i

1 Leave NaaM at Telegraph office Alabama display for th. benefit of ."__ ..iat..P was rsas'ii..A iinininred.


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, __ _______ __ -- -_ _. __ ? TRUCK DRIVERS RECOVERING 1 WANTS EAniJra Pk ..,=:. '"
fcXF l fj(
I t
t were reported recovering in a hospital -, president of the Fin .
I here from injuries received : Society made aa app

NEWS In an automobile accident at Archer I I for cooperation of ,m "

k FARMERS SECTION i The truck-automobile collision the protection of i p., "j ,

i j i blamed by a coroner1 Jury I < American) Eagle H. 'I ,)
.1 i
Short Paragraphs upon the negligence of the truck 1 I has a greater nutnii. t 'I i .,

Conducted by Demonstration Agents t driver was fatal to Mrs. Sarah than any other state u. '?. in z;

Scott of Barney, Ga and her two "Hodwever," be caution.,,

I i daughters-Mr*. Susie T. Strick- necessary that we bay \111". .
land of Moultrie, Ga. and Mrs. C. bined cooperation of these ,ntet

I!! HUGE RATTLESNAKE! A. Newall, of Quitman, Ga. ed to prevent the sh..,,,,In"
I eagles by those ignorant
e '>1
I : SANFORD-One of the largest law which t
Housewives RURAL protects th
Hints To TIMBER TRAVELS FAR bir'0. a
I ever captured In this by other persons who
COMMON SENSEBy (I I nearly eight feet long, was on GROVELAND Sixty-foot long I ent to the law." tlf. nniif

Weekly trots Home Dwn n.traSperJaltaU here in the municipal zoo. timber cut from Florida's forest -.--.

tion TalUho**** SPUDS JOHNSON ; reptile was brought in by La- near here, baa started a long jour TRAFFIC DEATHS TOT- \L- 4
I Hall a state cattle Inspector ney which will end in South Africa. TALLAHASSEE TrafJx

POULTRY IMPROVEMENTPLAN I five men had struggled for Loaded on freight car the I dents have cost 408 human ac
GUAVA I! IS RESULTING IN an hour to securely bind the timber will make its first stage of I In Florida this year. Ashei FY

Cake DISEASE-FREE FLOCKS the trip to a seaport. At the end state safety director reported
Slde-Down ,
tp- of its long transoceanic voyage, figure It included reports
i' In a greased pan about nine I SUBJECT SEIZURETALLAHASSEEIn lumber that was once waving Bureau of Vital Statistic for by> U t!

inches in diameter spread one cupful Poultry is a near-universal farm green forest will find its construc- first six months, and unofficial

of brown sugar and dot with enterprise. It has been prominentfor the opinion tion place In the black depths of bulatlona for July and
of butter. Cover hundreds of years. Progress lathe Attorney General Cary D. Lan mine. Another I II August
one-fourth cupful an African gold 1933, there were 362
with a pint of fresh guavas, eeda Industry has been marked from ., a merchant's stock of goods is I chapter in the romantic story of the same period. The ieau f

removed. Place In oven while time to time, but even now the enterprise to seizure and sale at any Florida products and the strange include accidents UeKtn reponnot (1

mixing the following batter: a* a whole i Is open for im I for the collection of unpaid places in which they are to be September. lllt
There Is still room for property taxes. This I
2 eggs 1 1-. cups bran provement. found.
/4 cup milk 1 cup flour advancement particularly along I, : good he ruled, even if the I
2 baking lines of disease control and breed- is acquired after assess
1 cup sugar Sit tap. I FINE NEW HOSPITAL
" 1 tb p. lemon powder ng. is made against goods on I

Juice 1-. tap. salt. But progress I Is being made MIAMI-Miami will have the

Separate eggs and beat yolks. there, too. The National Poultry I second largest hospital in the

Add ball the water, sugar and Improvement Plan has been in operation CASHIER ROBBED Southeast and one of the best

lemon Juice, then part of the bran for a year this September.That equipped in the nation when the
flour, baking powder and aalt It seems to have found the TAMPA-W.of the G. Standard, 32-year-Oil' new Jackson Memorial five story, J 0e

which have been mixed together. keys to success! Is borne out by the cashier $330,000 building opens this fall
Add remaining water and dry Ingredients fact that it has been adopted by ., of Tampa, was robbed in cash of and ap around November 1. The new

lastly folding in the thirty-four states, Including Flor- $3000 knocked unconclous building contains 100 rooms hous- /
stiffly-beaten egg whites. Pour Ida. after being ing 150 beds and gives the,hospital

over guavas and bake in a moderate voluntary by an unidentified man who a total capacity of 500 pa nr.
Based purely
upon with accomplice a car
oven ((350 deg. F.) for about participation, the plan alms to improve !! the attack at Franklin tients. Being fire-proof and virtu- ;
CO minutes When baked, turn up- chicks ally hurricane-proof, the buildingis
the stock baby
li and Seventh Ave., company
aide down on a large platter. through Improved practices among informed police. being fitted with the most mod PURINA

Spread with caramel from pan Breeders and batcherymen. The ern and up-to-date equipment 1"1-1 i''i'' 'il--'y:
evenly over cake and serve with plan deals with breeding, pullor- -.------ available in the country. Every device -

cream or hot lemon sauce um disease!! control, and sanitation. BRIDGE IS FREED for the comfort of the patient
and the convenience of' attending
production JACKSONVILLE The stale
It seeks to Improve egg
Laxly Tavare Cake through breeding and reduce road department announced re- physicians is being provided. -

% cup shortening losses among chick through pul- of tolls on the bridge across e r ep

1 egg lorum disease control. Inlet at the south end .
Anastasia Island H. M. BIrtley, As an amusement device an Englishman
1 cup guava sauce (or when in Under the rules and classifications

I season, use 1 cup fresh guavas almost every poultry producer of the road department, has invented a five-ton /
ground without peeling,, Is enabled to take part in the freeing of the bridge would rocket car that carries 18 passen.gers

but with seeds taken out) program. There are four classifications the way for an important mo- at a speer of 35: miles an hour

JAr tap salt of flocks, ranging up to : ) picture producing company to around a wall built at an angle of

1 cup raisins Register of Merit, and poultrymencan i studios on a site south 65 degrees.

1 cup sugar meet the requirements of one ; the bridge. eaeeka

2 tbsp. guava jelly or the other of the four. I __e

1 3-. cups flour i Pullorum control Is one of the TURN AWAY JOBLESS 666 Malaria
1 tsp. nutmeg4 This .. :I .are
principal aims of the plan. TALLAHASSEE-Florida, look

f' tsp cloves I disease has plagued the Industry to its relief funds Is consider COLDSLIQI1.D

Cream shortening and sugar. causing tremendous losses in ', reestablishing the border pa- TABLET first day
Add egg and mix. Add guava I young chicks where infection is to turn back penniless and job- sALVE NOSB H...... ..... 80 t %c,
the soda .. .. ,
sauce or pulp, in which The control DROP MI. .
not pullorum
s transients this year. Approx TrylIIr.TI.W.. ld'. BeatDRINK
baa been dissolved, then the flour plan I I. divided into three 00,000 such were 1,1.1_....

which has been sifted with the I'stages: pullorum tested, pullorum from the persons state last
spices and salt. Dredge the raisins 'I The
passed, and pullorum clean.
the State
by Highway patrol.
with flour and fold In this batter.
flock is tested and givenone
breeding motor vehicle and railroad
Place in greased, floured tube pan of these ratings If the poultry- inspectors and local

and bake In moderate oven ($50 man wishes to avail himself of the and Oul
deg.: F). Ice or not, as desired benefits of the plan. police.ARMOURS

Primarily, th National Poultry AT
Plan is set for BIG CROP
Improvement up
breeders, flock owners and hatch ; LUNCH RECESS
eryrnen, and It allows participantsto J rlVhhMF4LTfE
use the terms of the ratings In Big Ca h Discount to AFTER SCHOOL
-Thirteen of the
GAINESVILLE- Commission Merchants and I
twenty Florida counties where Sea advertising so that purchasers may 00"'U Farmers Associations
be assured of what they are buy. STARKE COCA-COLA
Island cotton l Is being produced this J. L. HARRELL, Agent
the quality i
judge I
Ing. They can
year are In the area under federal before are Lawtey, Fla. BOTTLING CO.
chicks purchased they '
quarantine for eradication of the

pink bollworm according to W. EX bought.Dr. .

Stoke., State Expermlent Station D. C. Gilles of the StateLivestock
.agronomist. Sanitary Board, who has FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

charge of the program in Florida,
As federal regulations prohibit
the removal of cotton seed from reports that many Florida poultry- Many Year* Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render

the quarantined area except for oil men are participating this season, : EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
and that flock are being tested MODERATE PRICES
mill purposes, farmers In the tree
counties are advised by Mr Stokesto as rapidly as possible. As the program DeWITT C. JONES \

have their crops ginned at continues. Florida flocks Slarke, Florida aov'f
of disease and
should become free
Brook vlJle. which is In the
should contain better quality birds.
area, or at Valdosta Ga., whichis

also free from quarantine. The e-- BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Good feeding cannot make a
gin at Brookaville i Is the only one
in the free area In Florida. Farm high producing cow out of a poor Full llm of Casket Undertaker Supplies
but feeding can make a'a' AMBULANCE SERVICE
ers In the free counties wishing to one, poor
save their seed for planting must low producer out of a good cow. DAY AND NIGHT
'have their cotton ginned outside 53
of the quarantined area. Incomplete milking does not affect : G. II. BENNETT, Mgr.
a cow's health nor the soundness "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For
Counties Included In the .
of her udder nor does it make
area are Alachua, Baker,
her go dry any sooner.
: Bradford Columbia, Dixie, Gil- -- ; ;
;; Christ Hamilton, Jackson, Lafayette The Spanish government bas required ; ] ..

\ Levy Madison: Suwannee, the use of domestic fuels In ; ;
and Union. i Expert Repairing
Taylor, all establishments operating under ; tucrl
Free counties in which Sea Island state monopoly and in those enjoy- I ; ;

cotton is being grown this ing official protection or subsidy. ;;
year are Hernando, Luke, Marion

,Putnam, Jefferson Gaxlsden, and TRAIN SCHEDULE Smith's
"-Leon. i GaragePhone !!

Ten Sea Island cotton gins are Our schedule changes Sunday

being operated In Florida this season April 26, and trains will run as follows : I'

t' seven of which are ginning for : 120
concentrated goodnae
:the first time In many years. LakeCity Southbound rpHE and
X that's in fiwh( (fruit
has two gins, while Alachua, No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M Wrecker Service Day or Night I I vegetable U many now in Purina Poultry
No. 15-Du Starke 9:12: P. M
Brooksville. Bell, Lee, Pinetta, Cbowi, to help you oat more
Worthington Springs, Newberry, No. 107--Due Starke 9:12: A. M. ., .gg*, healthier hens and lower
and Sanderson) have one each. NorthboundNo. : ) mortality. Sci.otico: this ,*

When planting !seed! is to be 2-Due Starke 4:33.M.: t.rlon..omet carotene or

saved for next year's crop, grower No. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A. )1. : ( : BIG ELECTION pro-Titanun A.comb Poullrirmen smooth 'plun-ea It
I in bright led ,
'- ., if possible should have their No. 108-Due Starke 5:15P.M.: and Enough
Just Around The Corner age added life rigor.
'crops ginned at gins handling only "Starke and Wannre Branch of this new .scliui* ingredient a
Sea Island cotton. Seed are more No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00A.M. added to each bag of Purina Poultry
likely to be mixed when cotton Is No. 102-Arrives! Starke 1:50: P. M. ; i.P' 1'If Chow to step U ap ?'/=Nines

ginned at gins that handle both Daily except Sundays. ( ) I I 1 in Wramjri A ttcttvilyl S*.PoultrySISTRUNK a+ /r

,Sea Island and short staple varieties T. J. GRIFFIN. today't CAows/pTK*. on Purina

Mr. Stokes says .
Notice. In hereby given that underand
FOR Tit ".:.:U In accordance with that certain ; .I !
4..0. Hill \,o. lea) final decree of foreclosure andeale ; (
i NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN. rendered by Hon. Oeo. Wm. .
That A. :J. Clrlrfte holder of 1-3 of Jackson a. Judge duly designatedand --- FEED AND SEED CO.
Tax Certificate No 000, luued l the assigned In that certain caueependlna -
6th day of Meutember A. I' In Circuit Court of Brad. : ( STARKE FLORIDA
ha* filed Hani in my office ;'dlta..2. ford County Florida In Chancery,
wherein M A. Smith all Liquidatorfor
[ made application for a tax deed to '
be luaueti thereon Said. certificate Bradford County an".sk'r corporation ; ( )
f .n>brac*M the following rteeerlbed In plaintiff ..
In the County of Urad ford. Ureen li defendant, the undemlgnedSpecial
Mate of Florida, towlt.Went : MH..ter by said decree appointed : ( ) --
will salt to the hlKheiit bidder
Half nf Mouth-Kant' Quarter :
Aectlnn 23 Township South. for cash. during the legal hotira' r
]{anse; 22 Kant, containing HO of dale. on Monday ivtober Oth 1988.
acre more or Iwee.The at the !South front door of the county \
assessment. of the Maid properiy courthouse In Btarke, Bradford / ]'OU NEED A NEW
under the said certificate Issued County Florida, the following chattele : ( -
was In the name of Lyman O. PeetTJnleNM (or no many thereof an can be
said rtlfIrate shall, be redeemed found) to-wlt: RADIO
The entire herd of dairy cattle PURINA
[ according> to law the property -
described therein will be sold used by knrenio preen In his dairy POULTRY
I to the highest bidder at the cnurtIhauee business near !Mtarke. Bradford ; < )
door on the first Monday Inline County Florida, consisting of 4J ; Whether You're Dem-
month of November, 193tt which milk rowe and 4} heifer and calves' ASK FOR OUR oorat' KpubUc CHOWS
together with anv and all Increasehereof orT
lie the Sod day of November 1936 EASY TERMS
I Dated this. 17th day of Hvptember. from and since February o w n e n dite. You pUR
,, 23nd 1936 Won't Want to Miss a A.U
A J THOMAS: '."" Ma"1"-
of Bradford t'ount, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff COMPANY

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l "f AndiH atone I m thinking HAMPTON I .__._ OM .. .. ... ____ _
jt"T B.IF1h iT CHURCH There has father H. could bear
Ml. "'.. Yi.rn. <*.>'"....4'e..t
Price, Pastor having his. die
B. son a hero's death \ I
' ; o'clock a. 01.? wtrw but this I BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIONWe
r1 /n4 ; gcliooup 0 !Mrs J P Summer had as her I
: : Teirv had leaped 1 across" the
& /J, ? \ .rlll1lp. 11 a. m.l floor H.- took off his coat. He I guest l'iat Saturday her" cousin, Handle Cold DrinksStandard Gas.
11"""; Jig Mrs. Robert 1 Brooks, of Waldo.
l .
1 f. U yyorshplpUI.p. tn.'r v is chances putt ,ng on however Aimless Whateverthe the !Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent and Oil-.Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries.
-!JII' I great the week-end with her son Cleveland
' Meeting, WedI1u,8 odds he knew what he must do.
'r I Teachers Sullivan of Theresaa.Mr BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S

)r,1.15: service Wen'a "It may fall' he said to Suzy, I and Mrs, Ira Brown, of

RdpEek Prayer In a magazine Suzy seen a pic- door.1 thin the room, there "but [11 do my beat to see It does- Gainesville, attended preaching at

;,flay 8 p. m'Methpaua.:...- ture of Madame de Chabris with a cry of pain. Andre fell to n't I can't explain" now-no time." the Baptist Church last Sunday. SERVICE STATIONOpp.
\ndre and recognizes her as the floor. "All right said Suzy. "Just Mr
and Mrs. Jason Summers
CbW'C1tS. woman who tried tell me what I am to do"
Montgomery, Pastor. to kill Terry. Suzy reached him first. She and family and Mr. and Mrs Court House Phone 60
?,. B. M She rushes to Terry to help her "Nothing but the hardest thing
ed Terry him to the Dewey Chapman and family have
10 a. m. carry
School- do ,
ave Andre. They find him at I anyone can ever wait. Just -----------
Sl Worship- a. m.League6:4 tongue hoping to make him been visiting in Providence and .
stay here until I back. And
the home of Madame de Chabris, come ---------
) to.Mniag comfortable. There was a Lulu.
: p. when he that will not be soon. You may
refuses to
leave brllev-
SF l Worship. 7:30: p. m. ing I... with .a decanter of brandy have long hours alone. There is C. L. :May: has moved his familyto i
Suzy she
merely jealous >
treated to all these aerv- make her awuitutlon.CHAPTER siphon! bottle on It. She much I have to do." his large brick building on Main SINCLAIR H-C LEADS IN ,
you water In his face while Terry Street. It
"Very well. I will .
1. it III- ed some brandy down his _. "."'"Will ,
don't know how I'll It
Pr..hytertan Church KLKVKN Then they opened his coat to go. t
has just come' to me that they A new timing Instrument for

III' (eOrl'e H Lowry SchooL Minister Madame de Chabris burst out the He wound.regained It was consciousness bleeding must have put our car out of commission both scientific and sports work induties ',. \
1000 a oi laughing. someway They'd not the principles of the wristwatch
a moment He tried to rise ,
1104 A Morning Worship; "This Is better than a play or a the couch. had to force overlook that. I may have to walk. stop watch telemeters and !
t\. tilt pastor. murder But somewhere along the I'll tachometer. ,
non mystery. Please on. way
a i to lie back. He
Yeah was trying
VOO P III Young Peoples "Suzy," said Andre "have you : perately to speak but he was surely be able to get a lift"He --.-..--... \!

Be"' !oat your mind to make such an accusation weak I picked up Andre's cap. He Alaska. contains 10,000.000 .irres

m -Evening Worship. ? And ,: came over to suzy. of forests. !
.p. you, Terry what "Don't try to talk" Terry '
: Church Jo you mean-" "You must prepared for --e--- i
Rowwood Baptist "All you need Is a little rest I' any-I J
L Hemingway, Pastor "You can't laugh this off," said I you'll be all right thing that may happen" he The flowers( of recently patent A j

pit Sunday. Bible Suzy calmly to Madame de Chab- But he would not rest. "I feel sure you are in no eel nasturtium have 60 petals Instead (

B rvicl"J! : every* m Services at 3:3: n e. "And I am not crazy Andre. II "What can it be he cal danger, but the mental stralnIyou'll of the usual five \

1'Jd110.1:1 I know exactly what I am ?" said to have: to bear that. And there 1 1y.
afternoon. saying. say Suzy Terry. -- -
dock In Madame de Chabris, I have seen doesn't look as If he were I' Is something elae..." He hesitateda I Pulverized coal burners have

gETHEX BAPTIST CHURCH you twice before and on the same What can be so Important moment "If It is within human been developed to heat residences 1t t
--- poHHibtllty It Is beyond what
Bev. L ,\. Donnley, Pastor economically
would seem possible, I will be back.
first Sunday. ,
Services every 2:30 m. X 7f Perhaps- won't come back. That ten to Washington to representthat I
School, : p.
Sunday 1I too must face. If I am not
and Prayer Services you great state In the senate I
Bible study I
back I can't
by mld-mornlng--but
We rejoice with and congratulate .
,r l/ ry Saturday think of that. Then you'll just
our mister state Tallahassee
have to do whatever you can." j

St Marks Episcopal Church "Thank you, Terry," she said. I Democrat J
Service on second fourth and
Without another word, he ran I .i
,i ((All! Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. .
I Litany and choir practice at down the stairs. When he reached
the road, he found as she had fore- |
| on Friday nights
UJ J o'clock pre-
II wdlng\ Sunday services. i that he could not use the car i( COMPETITIVE ROAD TESTS
i All the tires had been slit to ribbons -

' Christian ChurchRev iI One wheel was gone. There '

GrahAm C C Johns, Pastor r iI I nothing to do. then but walk 1 to 3 more miles per gallon In passenger cars i iit
and for be
-- some one to
second and fourth SuaLyj \ -
Service I \ on the road at that hour it
11 a m. and 8 p.m.
For one moment he faltered. It
Could You Alk1
School Sunday 3pm. I
Bible every
seemed so utterly hopeless But )

Service every Sunday night 3lim. I could see Suzy standing there / We suggest that : t

II In the room with Andre. He
meeting Wednesday I you make a Ul J JIn
Prayer had said he would try even the Impossible f

Jlgbt. He knew be would not 30,000 Miles on rn. your own car ", \

-: Church I falter again SomewayIn anil find out for i
St Mark's Episcopal 5 I
the dim be
light saw some

Homing prayer and Sermon on i'f II thing leaning against a tree. If :yourself the extra ;

I!the! second and fourth Sundays at I only-he hardly dared hope. .the I Proven-Rugged-R.Glbl.
'r mile in 11-C.
1 11 a. m. Holy Communion Saints spies would never have overlookedhe ,

J Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir walked toward It. He claspedhis
I practice: every Friday night at 7:30: hand across his mouth to stifle ct1

II\. I shout of triumph. I See tfieSinclair

It was a motor-cycle Andre's
r his Insignia on It. "iiS'OL. Dealer ': Ii i

: Next week:-Terry: keeps faith i Coupes'Sedan.TruckaFOR :/ i.a.I e'ee... e fns 1
BOB JONES .... y..rylN ii..y s.n. { !
with the living and the dad.GEOROLINS SALE BY I..M1

"Terry", she said 'I 1 don't e-_
Immenta On Here know how it is to be done but" RETURN TO Henry A. McClellanWILLYS V M

And Hereafter ti some way, .it must be done. I SANITY AND PARTY LOYALTY DEALER!: Agen' Sinclair/ (finmg Company ('Inc.) I

oat'i Georgia voters yesterday return 091 Main StreetJACKSONVILLE FOB 8I.VCI.AIIl PRODUCTS .la

"Do you believe in foreordination ..... -- .. ed to sanity and to loyalty to the FLA. PHONE 138 .- I
toil election somebody asked the I night.--- It wad when you were Then she noticed he was : greatest democrat this generationhas 231 Feachtree-Atlanta, Oa. J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt

slier Yes the Bible teaches it. operating In London just before intently at his wrist watch. produced.The Or Write ,

I I do not always understand it. I the war." had an Inspiration. He spoke Inflated, swaggering, egotistical t Southern \\llly Distributor ST.VRKE.: FLORIDA.OFTOI 'it

know that God teaches the freedom I clear voice to Andre. -
loud carbon-copy of Mussoliniwho ------ --------------
"Mistaken Identity evidently. . .
4 the human will and also the sovKlgnty "
") i You remember Captain Moore, I'm "You're supposed to take strutted before the people of . . .
, ( of the God. ,
omnipotent always thinking rye seen some four--Is that It? Don't Georgia/ as governor red-suspen-I -
Here Is my idea of election. I want [ one before. Madame Charville Is about that Til take care dered Gene Talmadge with a big

wm lumber to build a house. I 1 evidently like me In that one re- There's plenty of time I cigar in his mouth has been repu
jo! to the forest and elect tree. I I
a spect. For I haven't been in England Andre sank back and closed dlated.1" .
I elect the tree that I think best since I was a school girl." \\' do not know a great deal

\ rifts my purpose. God always nyesTerry walked to the about Senator Russell but he ap
" Andre gave her a sharp look. It
elects the man or woman best fitted No pears to be a reasonable man and
was a bad slip! she had made; he had Iron bars across
for His Plans. "God knew a legislator of at least average
remembered her telling him she there
Abraham that he could command ability Integrity and sense. It Is
hi children after him" so God ', had been walking along the Em- "If I can't pick this lock, I heartening to friends of Georgia i t a a a s a
elected I' bankment when she heard the said to Suzy. "I will have to
Abraham to head a race. that her people have chosen to retain
Cod knew Moses and He knew newsboys shouting of the assassination the door. I may need your a man of Russell's type In If... S Orru N.. C L ,

Paul God selects and elects men I at Sarajevo. He did not Even your slight weight will preference to the mountebank who he.r...... Fwma. 1 vOoo4 FOIVEY outhora Agrfoulhirfat 11w rot
He was listening intently lloriM.1 TMTT
speak. help.
Who are of the type to do the' some reduced statesmanship to a new Country HOB.I yTh .or Country Horn.1 year
Bung God wants done. I! to what Suzy was saying. His mechanical training low level In our neighbor state. .Puna /_ .1 iat $ To. farm Journal. 1 T** .8 0

II I[ "I saw you shoot Terry" Suzy him In good stead as It The Georgia result is significant Arm THIS! IaWUAnII 1.80 AND THIS NEW3PATEB \

[i went on firmly "because you and fumbling, he opened the too because It is an evidence of For Ow Y..r To On Tint

All our gifts abilities, and tateta thought[' he knew your plans. You "I'll go for help," he said loyalty to the democratic administration r rram

come from God. Dwight L. really needn't have done that, for you prefer you go and I'll of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Mocyjy! was a salesman. An evan- he doesn't understand German. here. It Is about ten minutes Gene Talmadge has shown himselfto / DMOtR CSp1"e MCCALCS

plat has to have the elements of And before that I saw you downat fast driving to a little Inn. be an enemy of this administration ptCtO rre

Ktesraanship.! God chose Moody I Schmidt's factory" haps there is a telephone there. and to the president who has THIS NEWSPAPER p $t oy''( m'ea+ ns

fr His messenger to Europe and "This Is too fantastic," said Ma not. some one will come back I made his summer home in Georgiaand

America There were other men dame Chabris. "And It grows more you" who has befriended the southon for 1 and

Jut as good as Moody but Moody so with every word you say. Not Suzy shook her head. I many occasions year

*M a type of Christian who could only have I not been in London for "My place Is here with Talmadge was guilty of "giv

do> Ii distinct type of work for God years, as I Just told you but until "There Is no one In the house I ing aid and comfort to the enemy' 3 Big Magazines j

It t a certain time. Billy Sundayas this minute I never heard of Mrs. us evidently, but that's for the I through his associations with Liberty THIS NEWSPAPER

a baseball player. He was a Schmidt's factory. ter perhaps. You will not Leaguers and other brands of ,
'W from renegades and anti-democrats.: His for one full yean 9
runner. God called him "Why-did-you- say MRS. frightened 1

the baseball diamond to be an SCHMIDT?" asked Suzy in an "I'll be all right. Go right I I attempt to hold a convention of I And 4
enemies In wasa Big Magazines
srangelist In a baseball age. God even voice. "I said-" There Is no time to waste." Roosevelt t)
never calls Into definite Christian said the miserable flop and his overwhelming
a "We all beard what you I Before he had reached ,
write who .Is have heard defeat at the polls completes 1 U any man or woman said Andre. "And I think you I tom of the stairs he I ; Utgaxttus from Group B; 4 ill all
the repudiation of a dema-
Capable of doing anything else said enough. It Is all quite clear calling him to come back.
.y was a good salesman. Bll- now. It Is time for us to go." "You look at him." she gogue who bad been boring Into

player Sunday was a good baseball The door opened. The butler I t chokingly "I think --- the vitals of of the a party.Instead strutting. clown Select Any 3 Magazine

Sam Jones was a good In. thought you were and I
**yr Some people have an Idea came"I am here. Madame.Together wrong." Georgia has sent a respected cltl- From This List ..._. 0-Mae.Aa 0-
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that men go Into the ministry be- we will handle this little affair." He bent down over the loti.. -,WM: : : 0 SSrSpsSra
nine they cannot do anything Terry made a dash for the tele- Then he rose slowly and faced u_euO.td a-; car &..... ; .. 1"b

**. A man who is successful In phone."I "This time you are right," n_... Ce.ww Nw.a...11.-rapnM. I". : : 1"
the H..I ....,... .) lp
ministry has in him the elelIents the 11.e. I.Nru/MaS1Aa '
wouldn't If I were you. ., aid.She / _. (lor M.tk...)_ I" gsssS r_.f ; 5fl
that would make him suc- butler said with a twisted smile. did not cry out she did ., F OFii NaCou'. Mo...... _' ;ww 00 Y6GN'a rNmple. 1" *''. . 11"rlir

ee'd elsewhere provided be was in "It would only be a waste of time.I weep she did not move. She CI_ 1 y- a Ywytiwly. AS.dl.r.l . N..a lr/m/ . 1 wOp.
the e4.'R J 1I..oIt I ..
center .aitI y- a ... 0 .. 1
of God's will. No InteltJent have cut the wires. perfectly still gazing j cad ('.YOI -2 Y"" to Yyay lIP
a"t' 1"
man would go Into the min- the arm which had ahead. There was a strange ,....... .. s ..,"'n'":ah) 1" 00 so"t./ .r" ; 1",.
lie i: W a "Ltn
for s.5 yClrrI Po.lUlo'" ,) _I y- '.. ....k. NMwwloi ,
money. A man who wish- been behind him. He was holdinga on her face. It was almost ; ..'".w Y- Q Plla. 1" 0 NMeit' ..'e IrvProw.
*"a''r, make money if he Is IntelllJ"nl it seemed bred, not of sorrow ....Irml.0 *. Y.... Q asst kltq/lm. 1" 0 .....,''rrl...... 1
pistol 1I0..Ii.. I y- ScrM" 1" 0 ..N .. > w
would choose a profession Hurry Diane," he commanded"The of determination. i' OLE S.... yak 1 y- a T...eom"0 IoN"elmd *N. 1
> a of are she said after a I 'A ....11I... AopIeul..tot _I y- "_1_ Sp 0 .... "*.(*;It'. JfJ
large percentage men car Is ready. Our bags "Terry,1 1'... eo......._ y- a .::: . .....,., '.'.''' JirWIB
succeed A man who has no more In it and a hamper of food. The ment or two, "I don't know I! w...... Wild 1I 1- a TM.rnJ........ frm" _w.... -*. a. IpNo.TEch.t
... .
a .
: -ee than to barred, be done but | Inttu/ aMrwN /Oelw, 1* .
enter the ministry and doors are all it Is to JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA ww .I, .h .rr.wlft' pe" : I' i )
windows 0 a'
for money has have be done. We could not .f 7rw Stor,, d ,... .l.L, Only' ..a I.b ....U.O'" A/rk.lg' urrraary rwlor" H" \ ,*
not enough sense when we must 0 I'
to ,as this one will I .......... cllew, I
:: 0 'n. and I must save him from Am.ric.. Gui y-
mInistry awaybut only enough. you death. YOUR JM&VH.U.4. ..,.fof1fe .4 M.A.L..ne D.u...... I 1wIh t 1 a .r
de Chabris started toward scandal of such a 4 due ....... /
The Madame m#*r. p.w I
u firSt New York Subway was the door as he kept Suzy there should be no scandal it fr.-.s.Baalh..IocMI lewd. w dw. h..t.i ,Osi Cod..... iwoe

: and operated In 1904. covered. She stop- so unfair that he died as he tio... ow.i J.di..will.. I..XY re.5 ...> GENTLEMENi I Zaclof* I PU... S.nd M.
Terry and Andre to ..10 ..d ........ .It suer. "... bur. **
and earned the right a J OH. Wo. 1
WIFE ped a minute looked at Andre He had ,.di. twd MifalU" f..y .b.d spa MA r. D r P O"" Wo. J Q Offer No 1 Q Ofl.r No 4

WINS FICHTTO ; laughed."At ,ro's death. ...d..4.id..l.5.45510.55.All ,. / I am chccldao the m.9 sJa.. dir.cl with a y. Vs .ub erlpB
least I'll never have to lore "I understand Suzy. But COHOI1IONIO. Haa la you* p px, _

I GET BACK,PEP childish prattle any can we do?" COCK TAIL lOUNCf COIIll SHOPA.asS.51.
eq 7" r+.r..plau.nt R.d Cross Lat.' .that.s your somethln&: "If he had died in the air-If ..... .F.w Bah. Nam.I .
nbMl.g'1blI : h .. brought a.w a.ray. to across Terry's eye fell on Andrea Raw SiI.
starteddeChabris S'l00 IC I
I fury -
1 erol01j _Nan51ah.tlpat_rua-ddon. peop.. at11t Andre, 10. a Ing coat which they had Hung []i u.oo 14 A..S U[] .
b.t.ror"I". Rell.f", aa.up..ttlne.! prompt. the room. IoIadame butler. A shot a chair. He drew in his i, ... P..r ... I w B.F.DLT. .
a '
:ltrd d Cr... mark ,... stumbled against saro----
a pocki' -
"'.... ; .u........ Only' r.... out sharply It was too wild a j 1 /,.... f 15/1'Jwe H..... I m sal Sa... R
I< "'mpy n CI'oee &. rang out after Ma- 'the odds would be- I ..,
backed ....
.oall. amps NO
-< ,. The butler .on A4Gf0
)011 .410 his faults he ._ haw I .flnvBa.iHB(
::: ..... Crow ..Chill .04 Tora... dame de Chabris. There was the "Whatever .0. amI' iIQ ,
w sub tor .u.l>ura.r aa...'. lock turning: la the I brave and gallant Aad It's -
mw.p Oa4.t sound of a

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Jewish Last START week New A was NEW Year Rosh YEAR and Aahono while NOW,, the at TOO LATE FLORtA .ff1 IPa!n"IG.iQ AtNN".filq- HN

1877 first thought' it seemed odd to be

starting a new year at this time- TO CLASSIFY I

MEMBERLORH1APRESS = 71 in other ways It seems peculiarly ,
ASSOCIATION \ fitting. Sr..IT. PIerlds Prey Asa*. r' + .. qk
To many people Autumn Is the 9

.. 1QO5 V) most beautiful season of the year
-. otura td 7 lotida jfJ and almost everyone will admit I don't know whether you've ,I'I JlJ.OOPING(3RANb

that he feels better mentally and ever experienced anything: like ,. -

'Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class physically when summer ends Its bavin Aunt Minnie drop in for a
long dull days of strength-sap week's visit and bring all twelveof
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ping heat and the cool, brisk daysof her children, and you've only r. tn

-- -, .- ------ -- ,--- -------- --- October begin. Business too I got two extra beds and the house

E. L. Matthews .____________ _____ ____.Editor and Owner takes on new life after a period-of I la small anyhow. ITS

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.on ------ ---- -- torpor. If so then you have. In /T

SUBSCRIPTION RATE What could be more proper than a picture of the situation hereIn r1 f i1eA
at this time of renewed vigor and Cleveland during the American I : f'' Id CAN

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Inspiration the world should enter Legion Convention. Never In the, BEEA'D ppi

Advertising Rates on Application( upon Its New Year? Let's forget history of the nation has such a .

----- -.. -----.--- -- --- -- -, -- -'- _.-------- -. I the dictates of the calendar and I large crowd pounced down on any I ., A DSTAyCEf
pretend we are entering upon a city as avalanched all over this

Democratic Presidential Electors and NomineesIn ( new year now. Why postpone until fair village the past week. If Just II f a : J f iK/l S

January things you know you the Legion had come it would have n ;
order to assist its readers in voting the Democratic should do to improve yourself. been enough, but all the country I

ticket in the General Election, November 3, the Telegraph has your home or your business In the folks tor .mlle* and miles around ,

compiled the following list of electors and nominees. In or- precious months between now and I joined the party to see !the fun and I
then? In we had a mea of
der to vote for re-election of President Roosevelt the voter will .
jam on our hands that even the I
have to place an (X) mark opposite each of the followingseven HEED Tilt WAKNINO best trained housewife couldn t '
The Telegraph of last week car ;
names which will appear on the ballot mixed in with ried a warning by Sheriff A. O. find jars enough for. .': ; L

the Republican electors: Andreu that a state highway patrolman Fortunately for me I had a placeto
will soon make his head sleep havin arranged for it a
Fred Andrews quarters in Starke and that a vigorous couple of month ago< but it was a I l

'/. P. (Bill) Arnold campaign will be started to total loss as far as be In' useful for I

Erie B. Askew curb reckless driving In this county slumber purposes were concerned.
Nobody in the metropolitan area.
Mrs. George M. Dorman According to the Sheriff's state even tried to sleep for four nights. I 1

Wallace N. Keith ment Bradford has a bad name If you are the kind of a person

Lloyd Z. MorganJ. among state officials for allowing who can be annoyed by little Wil-
carelessness on the highways and lie beatln' his new drum all over
J. Parrish, Jr. he intends to see what can be doneto the house on Christmas morning + t t r M I F r,4, /

The names of all Republican electors begin with the let- remedy the situation. you would have had plenty to wor- i I .w, lcSTE'PNEN

handpicked to confuse the voter Therefore be warned. If your ry about around here the past
ter "A". They were carefully
automobile in endangering' human week; for there were about 100,000

who does not study the ticket before voting. It will be lives by having only one headlight little Willies, each of 'em with a

well to memorize the seven names listed above. if you wish to or no tall light or being otherwise drum or a horn or a pocket full of ,61.aL.LoQY 11 .
In general bad repair-have It at- fire-crackers. And I mean they ."
V vote for Roosevelt. tended to at once. went to town and stayed there for of ., .

Here are the party nominees, some of whom will be op- And of course, it goes without the best part of a solid week. ":'. _"t\;

posed by Republicans: saying that simply having your Downtown streets swarmed with SZC&E7A&Y <* *6c.ASAVT '-- MOW AlMOSr ",...
car In good condition is not all that people all night long. Pranksterswere eXTINCT

For Governor-Fred Cone. Is necessary-you must be in good everywhere In evidence and 011 t1f" r
Claude Pepper. condition yourself for an automobile the carnival l ,
For United States Senator-- spirit reigned supreme ArEs ...: it;
For United States Senator--C. O. Andrews. on the highway Is no safer But there was nothing vicious --
than Its driver. about it. A bit wild perhaps The task that confronted Stephen R. pluhments of
Second District-R. A. (Lex) Green. Secretary Mallory was I
For Representative .
and sometimes but there
startling Mallory when he became secretary of tie' short of marvelous.The .
For Secretary of State-R. A. Gray I.ET"S BE PARTNERSThe was practically rto destruction of the Confederate States in 1861
Telegraph has repeatedly navy voice of the W FI O, O PIN 1
For Attorney General--Gary D. Landis. of property and altogether the crowd was almost superhuman The Confederate CRANE! which wintered
asked the assistance its subscribers both Legionnaires and townsfolks, once in FK,
For Comptroller. M. Lee. In all parts of the countyIn was remarkably well behaved. government had not a single ship- *id a; lot indeed remarkable for the reso

For State Treasurer-W. V, Knott. making this a more Interesting Tieing up traffic l Is a favorite Legion of-war. It had no abundant fleet of 'alpoe'6f!; its notes carry for unbelievab
readable and Informative newspa merchant vessels from which to draw re- distances. This is
of Public Instruction-: CoIin English.For and probably due to tl,
For Superintendent pastime they certainly
We have done what couldto It had
we serves.
per. no seamen. The South
/act ih wind pipe is often lot
Nathan Mayo. did a beautiful job of it. Cars ? M
Commissioner of Agriculture- encourage readers to write was without large force skilled bird
a of
loaded with passengers Jammedone me- a +''the ; itself, being coiled in mail
For Supreme Court JUtices-Glen 'Terrell and J. B. short letters and opinions on topics behind the other remained chanics. There was but one plant that Revolutions within the breast bon

of the day so that the paper would tionless for hours. mo-l could supply large caliber guns. Worstof Sudh?
Whitfield.For : be an accurate picture not only of a powerful volume of sound co
Railroad Commissioner-W. B. Douglas. I the editor's viewpoint, but also the their trolleys off, were all, there was no raw material except ing: from the throat of a bird is qui
views of other people in varied Now and then some powerles"1 .the timber that was standing in the unusual The whooping crane is oft
For State Senator--Charley E. Johns. walks of life. zen would protest; a forest and the iron in the mines. There con/Used with the Sandhill crane, i

0 As the editor of the Lake County do on such an occasion and usually was no money in the Confederate coffers smaller relative. It is now( extinct:

Citizen recently remarked "No resulted In the air being removed to buy all the necessities. Considering Florida and almost wiped out of
Two can live as cheaply as one can run an expensive au from his tires e
I newspaper belongs entirely to its or the water the difficulties<< surmounted the accom- istence.
tomobile. I publishers. No editor is really the being drained from his radiator. \ xr'I"
Turning in the fUe\ alarm at a central
o boss, nor I la the advertiser the pow .
ri 'I point prQv H,great sport and
behind the Citizen I
er or'any other
Life is a bed of roses to those who have grown used toI' got results. A,?sap truck driver, but they are SWEET children and -
publication. ------------------ -
being stuck. "Printing of a newspaper is a who thought he was good enough I even if they did put soap In the ilbu '.
to break through a line of dou'i; soup and pepper In the face powder
between three
partnership parties:
o that the whole German you just can't help but LOVE '
boys Army I :
the owners the advertisers and the
Why isn't any Republican running on a "Return to Hoover really Big Shot Boss YOU the couldn't crack wound up by bavin' EM. Hal 1ii.Grcery'_! :

Normalcy" platform? reader. With your lukewarm ap I his load of and grapes dumped at an Intersection .

distributed gratis to Perforated f have been
proval any publication can continue I wing aps
to exist; with your disapproval the laughing populace. I Invented to enable airplanes to
c Just when will prices so high that you have to pay It must wither and die. But Florida boys from Ocala marched land at comparatively high speed, ,i r

more to live than it's worth? with your ACTIVE PARTNER- through hotel lobbies and about retarding flight as do the uneven : RKET

nAn SHIP it will continue to flourish the Exposition grounds displayinglive edges of the rear of bird's wings
baby 'gatorsstufted between '
and become increasingly TTTfj'
; wisecracks that movie stars keep diar- newsy hunks of bread. .
exchange some popular and a powerful force for Arriving at the OHuton ov prniH'\Tio AND j+ .r'rnrANA
diaries movie stars. Florida Exhibit, they gave alec-I ItOTICK Tl) APPKMI.
ies, while in other cases, keep constructive good '
ture on Florida 'that was a dnrb
0 We heartily agree with the edi- P. Kite-Kin, and Mm. .R. P. Kltchln.. ; LUNCH
tor of the Citizen. Some weeks using a huge map inlaid on the I J i hln wife, each of R. D. No. 2
The St. Petersburg Independent says that, Florida crimi- news has been so hard to dig up main floor if the Manor House. Box 68, Three' rl w.t Pennsylvania ;

nals are very polite-they are always begging pardon. that we were Just about to despairof They first gave the 'gators a bath 1 ORKETINQS! : Take notice that a ,,1.1'1 *
in Lake Okeebltobee- Bill Complaint nan been filed In 8E.lttO.tRr
o ever filling the paper, when circuit Court of Bradford County
I them to crawl about the state lu'tlI1J, : ,
readers Florida, In Chancery, against
along would come one or two i you
Many men believe there should be women office holders while the boys,'Tcept up a clever' and each of you In that certain. ,
I with real live bits of Informa- mime therein pending wherein. The
simply because many women believe there should be women tion or even well-written articles line of conversation that held the Federal. Land Bank of Columbia Is 'CA'SH SPECIALS''
crowd and brought many a laugh. Plaintiff and ym.- and each of you : ;?
office holders. and the day would be saved. and also Fred J.-.Puttee and Fannie Wf
% ._. Do not be reluctant about bring. Thrilling was the gigantic Legion M. Pattee his wire J. M. Yanti and .::
Parade which began at ten Htella Vtinti. hln wife, and Federal
ing In news for fear someone will Farm Mortgage Corporation'! de. .1
If you don't think average man is a contortionist how think you are "tooting your ownhorn" in the morning and continued with fendantM, uanv No. alt to foreclose are FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Lbs. 75c
out interruption until mid- plaintiff mortgage a* a first and '
do you expect him to keep his: nose to the grindstoen and his or that of some friend. We night that Over 100000 prior Urn. superior to the title, Interest
solicit your aid in obtaining the and lien of each of defend-
back to the wall? news about yourself your friends, men participated. There were 90O .ants othe following described IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c
property In Bradford County Florida
band and drum units. It was indeed
--0- hobbles, ,
your organizations your to-wlt: NVV'/, of NWH and
and business. The Telegraph an Impressive sight. Here HW/( of NWVi'< and NW!,. of SWA
The treasury department says that there are now more your horse of Sec. e. T|'. 6 Houth Kanire 22
was no play no clownIng.Here
$10,000 bills in circulation than in the past. Funny that wehadn't would Every like Reader to adopt Is a Reporter.the slogan" were soldiers here was disci corner Kant: also of B\Vi/commencing, of HWH; at of Northeast said $ee- PICKLES, 24oz. Jar .. __ ___15c

Z pline. Unit after unit hour after tlon. Township. and Range and run
noticed. I la the the Citizen
Here way expresses Went 210 feet South 1320 feet Bant
It: hour mile after mile they march 210 feet thence North 1320 feet to ROUND STE K (Tender) Lb. 20c
o -
of ,
ed. To me It wasn't just a parade. point beirlnnlnir* together withthe I "
"Not gifted with second sight, tenement, hereditament, andappurtenances : -r' j -
A alive from Spain and all she I
woman refugee escaped !I unable to cover every event, no it WM the SPIRIT OF AMERICA, thereto helong'liurtTHERKFORK. :
wearing the glory of her past and the you and each of you PURE GROUND COFFEE Lb. 12'/2c j
could talk about was that the Spanish women are I newspaper large or small can report promise are hereby. required. to appear. to _- jI
their dresses shorter this more than the editors and of the future. aid. Bill of Complaint no filed. I
year.A America thank God for the against you. at the office of the
o reporters are told by those who American Clerk of laid Court at the county DIME BRAND MILK Can __ _tOe .
know the facts. Therefore, this Legion, It Is the one true courthouse In Starke. Bradford ;

Kentuckian died several days after completing his own Invitation to you to bring, phone or democratic organization that County Isle otherwise Florida, the on November allegation. 2nd of

V to death mail to the Citizen those Items touches every community and ce said bill of complaint will he. taken APPLE BUTTER 15c
casket. It must be a nuisance to worry yourself over 28-oz. ,_ __
ments together the far flung corners as confessed by you. Bradford
which a of the
as partner
raising funds to build your own coffin. you of the Nation. It stands to- County Telegraph. a duly qualifiednewspaper
publisher, believe we should know published In Maid county,
I p.' 0 so that they may be published." day as the greatest bulwark la hereby. designated as the newspaper CORN FLAKES, 2 for _________ __ I5c
In which thin notice shall be
"i" A doctor says that cold showers early in the morningmay I We want to borrow this invitation Against all the "ISMS" the jealous- published once each week. for four

shorten a man's life. We knew there must be some good I I and readers extend In It Bradford to the Coun-Telegraph's the tee greed the Intolerance and the lust the for hatred power SOth consecutive ual.A.. J.weeks.THOMAS Thla September LARD Jewel, 2 Pounds __ 25c

reason we hadn't been taking them all these years. ty. If you have a bit of news-- that hovers over the so-called civilized Clerk of Circuit Courtof J

o I from the smallest local to the article world. An Intelligent National KNIOIIT *Bradford KNIOHT CouiMy, Florida SALAD DRESSING, Pt. Jar _ I5c \
: of real significance-don'thold defense program adequate to Stark., Fla.Alterney" ,
In Kentucky a petrified foot was found thirty-two feet guard against aggression, backed for Plaintiff
S' i out on us. Let us know about ,
underground. That brings back school day memories ; can lit and you will be welcomed with by the manhood, strength and lO2SlO30. BACON, Best Grade, Lb. ._ _ I7c :

when in mud holes that deep butyl at least with courage of the American Legion l Is
,j you remember you stepped ; open arms--or open .
I this Nation's greatest assuranceof !> (IMMT 'OI'RT ix Air ...OftPH.UI.'ORn I5c
always came up-With both feet? columns. continued PEACE and PROS ('H tNCKIIt.MAHKI. IOTV. FLoKIuI.IY -PENNY MATCHES, 2 Pkgs. __ i

,.... 0 FIRST OF'HlS KIND PERITY. MAH>4HAr.r.. i iI

C Daniel Webster once went out into the hills and made a Our editorial hat is off to Sterling Thank God for an organizationthat vROBERT Complainant I TOMATOES, No. 2 Can 7c :
Albrecht young Columbus Is trained to salute the FLAG 8. MARSHALLDivORCFl

speech to the mountain. And at that he had about as much 'Ga.. business man who broke political and not a Dictator; for an organ I I Oft 1"18 Defendant: ,41.' PI.HI.1C\TI01f I ONIONS,. Fancy Texas, 3 Lbs. tOe

chance of moving it as a speaker has of changing the opinion precedent when he announced sation whose", leaders march shoulder \TICK} "'0 APP..:Aft.
his candidacy for city commissioner to shoulder with the rank and To Robert H. Marshall, whose res- '
of sore narrow-minded people.o Menr. l-unknown.: TOILET T TISSUE 650 Sheets 3 for 1 CRIB
with these words: file, as did National Commander It hereby. ordered. that you are
"I am not making this race at Murphy and Mayor LaGuardia; required to- appear ,on November
Hn.")9! *tI before the above entitled BEEF {&TEW Pound tOe
The people who marvel at the famous Leaning Tower of the urgent request of my friends for men who can be boys again at .Court to the DIM of'Complaint '

Pisa, allow wonders to escape their attention in their own "I am running solely because I forty and prank about like young. filed caur*caln.c>..n....you September In the above 10th. entitled l3i
believe that I can be of service to sters, then snap back Into line and lire> .BYpdford'Counly Telegraph. CHUCK TEAK Lb. Uf
back What about those contented relief workers who
yard. the community. My friends have again and keep in step behind OLD l I. hereby1-designated a. the ,duly I

balance eight hours a day on a shovel handle? nothing to do with the matter.. GLORY. qualified snall't. Bttwsitapar W', published In which once thisOrder a POTTED MEAT, 3 Cans lOc

Q Such honesty and fearlessness I And that Column Customers Is week for tour- consecutive. weeks.Wltnees '
irry' hand and (hIn seal of
The Titusville Star-Advocate tells of a man who investedin should not go my own personal, reaction to the this C'mirf At stark".: rlorlda, this BREAKF .T..BACON Fancy Sli. lb 35c I
whether he Is elected or not l.r.I'! American Legion Convention that SOth day of September A. D. 1131,
a going business on the advice of a relative. The Star-Ad. ', Albrecht has given the world occurred here la Cleveland this (OFFICIAL A' J.SEAL THOMAS);: '

vocate reports that they are both going; now,' but doesn't I'I thing to remember him by 8Ome.1 week. And so Aunt Minnie and As Bradford Clerk of iCimnty,,.. Circuit Florida.FI.OYD Court. 'WE M E"'ALL OTHER: CASH
first man on record who | her twelve children have come and
say how much thw former lacks in catching the latter who OREF.N.: PRICES
,' running for office at "the urgent gone. The house I is quiet again Starke.. Florida FREE
advised him. I I request of my many friends" I[sal the mess Is,about cleaned up, Ally 10-1. II.t-,10.U for Plaintiff.

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