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: June 4, 1937
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
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System ID: UF00027795:02596
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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--tab1WL' .rription-Fr Year $1.50; Six Months, c-l'arable:> In Ad\anre E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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LIE t.U..y.EIGIIT iST.\RKt t'UIUUI'IID.: .\\', ,lINE -I, 1937 NIMflEI: lt TIIJUT\)"'.

The \
.-..--_',-_-..,- only thing BUILDINGS IN


reason from (passing ,
into history l Is Hints of early condemnation of

it few ambitious I several unsightly buildings in the I AGENT SAYS
IN i young Bradford northern part of town came from

I County citizens i the City Council meeting Tuesday _

like the young night. No: Immediate slept were I

\Will\ l'.etfl&Course lie- li lady shown at left Applications I To lie Made taken other than to refer Investigation m\'IIl(' (/.fii'c Pet. (;"OLL'TH ,|I Would Kxempt L'i'eryoie

Changed Through who still sell hull At Once For Loan of the buildings under dm- Cooperate In Fight '\ Hut Personal Property
I ing/ I along the high i t cussion to the Street Commlltl'c.I .t,

StarkeU ,' ,4-.A ways to passing! To Buy Gin |I but the council left little doubt Against Pest \ Tax: Payer r p
that it "meant business". and action
motorists. This Is .... i i
JN.I( 0 U He 0 It N I K; K ,,L., DUAllY Hodge, mJHINI'1.E;:: \ :\ DONATK against these nuisances. may be :StlC'CKSS; ( ; ;:; OF C MITT 0 Ni I UKIM\L: : ()I-' J ISJH!} J 1 J.C LAW
In the future
) daughter: of F. C. expected near i(: It 0 I' SKK.MS: t'KKTAIN
) OFF'efla" 'ON4I( :
8I I 1\:' 1 Ii ItOIJNIEI e'5' .1 1 Hodge, who lives LIIIKUALLY TO I'l'NI' I The mayor was Instructed to I IIIIINI''ISS.IY(

"I'harUy F. Johns andjptliremntauve on Koncl 13 be. A charter was granted this weekto serve notice on so-called "joints" T 1__. :Mi-CI toe rounl.v agent.. ox I'nll taxes will not bo a requirement 4-

: Fred Hazen have', twton Starke and The Dradford'Cuunty Cooperative wilhin\ the city limits that they pressed I himself aw lining highly i for votms. In KlorMu elfctfonlifter .

Lawtey She is must remained closed all tiny! on pleased this. week with\ the way 1. olthJlI :
b'L ''''Sfi'l In pn"9ir> through Association on organisation: : J.iiniary I igli they will
p' ii- iture a bill which ilesig- wearing the approved formed for the purpose of ginning iindays fiorn twtlve o ('llIl'k'Slit Bradford,I rot Inn glowers lire tin'I'-' I riiiiUnne i to he nsst>sH<
tn, oe rj: present. route of Road 13 costume crops" produced by u growing Sea urday night until Monday morning canting in I lie fight now being main per on bet.wren I ihi> ages ottt'c'mityune 1

nat i tor gills, us well 'waged against, the boll weevil. ,
of Island cotton nnd fifty-five
u outhern limits ,Luwtcyto industry here. A loan years.! liti'erimui' -
flon ns -' ..-- Nu\ Ly-flve ,if farmersiUiiottnn ,,
the southern limits of Starke. boys during of $2.400 will be sought! from the percent ( ( Cone Monday xlgned a.

would make it Impossible strawbetiy season Resettlement Administration for ; \\ I have received. their\ I put-i lull I puaxr-d, by the leg Isli t ii re lastweek f'
This &net .'. LIBRARY SHIFTSFrom i
for the Plate! Road Depai trnent to ... For standing the pin'pone of buying a gin building Foiling: materials and are applying rfpfiilmg a IP! 13 law making )j1

the route of this highwayat .' all day along the and equipment More than fifty them t in accordance with the lip- payment of the $1 annual tat: for
change ...t road, vendors proved WI'A method, he said.llepoits the two )
young farmers preceding
time. Senator Johns stated. j have signed up to use WPA yearn prerequisite J
any by the Senate wasJohns' "" like Dossy the cooperative If established here. ) from all net-lions of the for voting. It did not, however

Aim bill passed No. 219 requiring the .. might realize $1, A ready response among business county Indicate that the poison Is tcpi'iil u 1801! liw placing :a

of Florida to stand the expense If business I Is men was met here this week !'TO NEW AGENCY highly effective, the agent IItul"1 $1 tax on every miiU person.VarloiiH .
State: good. They must wild l l h i> bus little doubt that
of all criminal cases and lunacy J' when funds. were solicited to make county' officials' here this
j ; 1 cfHtifiil. will be harvest! inBradford
proceedings that originate at ] t. ; enjoy their work, possible the establishment of the crop week expressed the opinion thutfow

the Stale! Prison Farm at Ralford. -...-. ...0-_ :. ,;It- ,,,j.. '--, -.-.L. & I however If smiles gin next fall. 'WILL ItK OI'KKATEI.: UN- if the fight is continued June I peoplewould' ,pay the poll tall: ai
systematically through! 1(1.
This bill would cut court costs materially mean anything. It wits necessary to have a $500 I)Kit FEDERAL EDUCATION 'The Hocond of four scheduled polsoilings unless It wits neci>...urv t> 'I.) ... Inorder r1m.

In Bradford and Union I equity locally before a loan to purchase DEPARTMENTThe : to vote.Tax .
was held Wednesday.
Counties.Widening. equipment would be considered |' Mr. McClane Assessor K.: V\'. Hayes term-

Work Begin I FARM CENSUS GREEN CORN by the Resettlement Administration. Stat ke Public Library has ) to mop plants before urges eleven growers o'clock not oil t the Hitiiutlon us I It ninv stand a

It Is expected to complete work The following persons been taken over by the FederalI In the morning!! the weevils. are "unfair tt> people who pity (personal.
the intersection of I agreed to contribute $o each providing I of FloridaI property tuxrs" since" It Is custotn-
on widening To Be Taken Begins To Move Education Department not thiisty up until thai I lime, having .
Road Thirteen and West Call plans for the cooperative I Snit will remain In operation although 1 satisfied their thiist while the uiy to IIMHCSS tin- poll tax under

Street where they join on the court mateilalize: It wa! cut off by the WPAyesterday. dew was on The effectiveness: of personal propeity.' I He. stated that J

buuse iquare: next week. The Boaid NEXT MONTHs AT GOOD PRICE Jog:! }.. Wilson, C. A. Knight.: : A. A new ruling, requir- (I\lh.. Roison depends. entirely on the it would IIP ImpoHsihli( ) assess

of 'ounty Commissioners gave the .1. Thomas, Leon A. Gray, E. K.Pt'I'I''m.1n Ing that nil WPA projects must thirsty nnluro of the weevil. and coli.-. t the $1 I poll lax from

land to the State Road Department A. J. GriffU, A. O. An- i employ at least ten persons was t! Around tho middle of the day tlic.Hc people wlio paid only real entattf- 1l''

free of charge providing they L. CHEWS WILL MIN: I'IIIUOKIAMAS AI.HOPPE.HHEIUUES dreu. T. Frank Lnndrnm. P. Gnsett 1 given as the reason for the II-/ litllf pests begin hunkeiing for ui taxes, or nn taxes! at nil, anti advocated 4

would' tand all of the expense in II..JOB OF CHECKINC. .\ .. Clyde Palest, E. L. Matthews, biary's failure to receive another i nice, cool drink and if th,- sweetish repeal of the 1S91 ,,'W.lol'l7' j

eliminating this dangerous traffic ,, O. W. White L. A. Cnnova, Mis WPA apirtipiiation.Mrs. !! poison 1 U>: walling for tlirtn U t this HayeM eHtlnmteil that three*
for moving the I I IN BI{AIWnnSIAfford ALL THROUGH K. E. Canuva, J. H. H. foul this of Hie In this
hii/ard, except Denmark ;! C. A. l..nlRhlllnd Mm. D. P. time they will suck It up and meet people county j

street light which was done .by the L. Ciews will next Sweet' corn began from C. Wall. .1. B. Alexander D. P. fur- Cm penter serving as a committee I their d'alh.1'0190n would be practically exempt .
city Tuesday. moving penter, Quigley & Davis, W. A. from poll taxes, while one-fourth
from the'oman'lI appointed was applied Wednesday, j
month begin taking the regular here this weEk. and T. S. Williams, I
widened road will form an Bessent, Jr., C. H. Nasworthy, W. In would be forced to pny." "
The farm census conducted every fiveyears shipper, estimates that 1.000 dozen I i ( by Mrs. H. B. McL'nelontctlng May 'M two fields where weevilswere I
arc and will be thirty feet wider at by the State Department of have been lucked a/ay since H. Hart A. B. Williams, Mrs. A. A. / president, were in Jackson- I found and the next tiny these Sponsors of I the present, act saId

its greatest diameter. Many accidents Agriculture and paid for by taxeson Thursday of last week. An encouraging I, Brown J. M. Alvarez N. Stern- j ville Tuesday conferring with Mrs. 1 placea were apparently entirely the voting prerequisite had become fJ

and several overturned l fertilizer. of one of cents dozen berg, O. L. Beasley. Mrs. Frances ', Iva Sprinkle' chairman of the ediication -j free of the pest, the agent said. the source" of corrupt election -
Every crop price twenty a I
trucks have been the result of this acre or. more will be listed and the has been paid: to growers, he said. I IGuilford. S. R. Johns, L. O. Hazen department. She slutcd that Kaimpts are advised to burn all practices since many candidates j III

intersection which will now be as work will probably take Mr. Crewsat The week's receipts from corn were | F. F. Stump, W, E. Toro<.1e. Sistrunk's -i I the library here would he taken squares thai fall from plants and paid the tax to obtain votea.Othris J .

street Store F. Register, A. A. her show of been said It had worked t hardI I ,
safe as any other junctionin least two months. He has had estimated at $200. I over Immediately by depart signs having punctured a
town Durden, J. W. Andrews, Jr., Johns ment. by weevils.All ship on candidate who did not :

-. had this position twice before. Around 350 hampers of GiantStiingless i 1& Wainwrlght, L. :;..-Alexander, R. of the Wonien growers whose cotton Was wani to violate the Inw but were P
The census Is under the supervision I Under sponsorship -
and Black Valentine
Taken To School of the county board of Commissioners i A. GI'een. D. E. Knight, J. M. s flub and the expert manage- j washed 1 considerably. by \\'eolnesuIiiy'S forceil tr pay out (large sums ofmoney t ,
beans hive moved out during thesaml' .
Smith, W. M. Edwards, J. B. Car1 ,
Harold Cloily. thirteen-year-old who appointed the around 1 i meat of Mrs. H. H. Young the library rain are urged by the county for poll taxes or be defeat ;
period averaging
Reno negro lad was taken Wednesday enumerator in the February 1 seventy-five cents. Receipts "are lisle. here has grown rapidly froma ,j I agent to poison ugiin: this! week., ...1. Still others said 1 many pt"l".1;;.
meeting. The following glowers have mere handful of hooks to an Imposing Additional syrup und phi.um will be sons vM-ie disfranchised bi>rausthey ) .
hJSllt'nff A. O. And reu estimated at $202.50.
Hgieed to pay It fee of $5 for" membership room of shelves pucked with Hiippliml If ncccssnryA neglected to pay' their poll,
and Police Chief A. L. Alvarez'lotlu. This census gives net-mate antiinteresting A few tomatoes-around 100(
in the cooperative: T I':. -- l.ixes tlini
I tr.oii.sunds! of volumes. Tlie books i on 1 :
Start refoi
matory in Marlunnatc statistics' regarding crates have been marketed andaveraged
begin. tit" \'Ing the five year sent'nre farmers and the farm situation In | $1.50 .per crate Fordhook McClane. .11' Fred SIN n. Ira \V.Andreu are now being! moved Intd l.ilger Li-fire On "neat ion I OmitI"luuluIa county, .'.lack.ion!
L L>. J. D. Giiskins.
Cjieen -
Imposed' last week by Judge the state and aids the D. pat tment | lima beans aie alan appearing) rii.'iiters| : at the Woman's Club, und Mr and Mrs.I'J Hryunt, pio- has not riiforcpil the poll t.ix ro'( .,
C M I K. K.: Lee, 'f'v .
K K Tern-man as a result of the ')Agriculture to be i.f gieater i bringing;:: II 'pood:: 1 price of from& $2.25 \ t Oveis'ieet.} I llobert Cumpbell. I the loom foim"tly uii'd. ,i will be convened |I-I l It-tors of Iliyant s ('IIf.. here will [ (|iillenient I fur )'''all!. J.irlisoacoiinlv ri

b bun ,' found Hteiilix I into a reading room for ,it-:\ve Stilt.i.ty for nn I leglHlalors" mentliineii thiv
; guilty of help to I the Florid> farmer. j '0 $3.00( per hamper.: : i
.IP'. "'Iun... L. C Smith %%'rn.Thom.is. .
': $S l\n\i from the office of T. J. _. -. -- .- i Ktruwbi.-iy' shipments from ,101'IIA'1' of current newspapers and trip, I lo \IIshnll..n.: ) I II. (lIuf"nlOhl"1 in t tlie I IIIIIIHI,; and I seivitB.Poll t '}
II: l K I laden. K. A S.ipp./
o it'fin. local Seaboard! agent. "HonE->'m'n" cornea from thediicieiit I awtey t'i the coil I park plant ni.igazlnes. New %'url k City, and ( t inM-M me col'.urted: by Ih,'
C. C. Butlei; A. L Alvarez I II U
of cd. .. _. the Ii torlrdl" I Shonnnndixih Valley. county tat, collertr: r The
custom newly have ppc' >d' to a negligible low often -- revivram k1
Parmenler. O. P Puliuin, A. I.
'" s found .s beneficiary or drinking hoviey wine for thirty r,rates a day Prices have remained -, ANOTHER BAD ''They) expect to ho gone about, I two goes Into the county school
Bryan W I) uvis, James Hosier.P. I
Latin-American gains: for 1938. ays. stable at $2 23: per bushel weekM.. tint during their ahHenro!, I'lind. KegiHl.ilois: amulet I the tax hud 4
R. 1\I< C. L. HillUrd, Jean
crate. Jlgnn. CHECK ARTIST the Intel l br of. the rcxtumant' will been picxluring about WtiH.Ofd:.! a 't t ,
Gaskins, K. N. 'rawford A. C.
._ A_ ___WK be completely redecorated.WHAT l. year thujn I (hont (lie stutx. ,. .
BRADFORD MAN NARROWLY ESCAPED Sumner, P. O. :starling J. K. Shu- GETS AWAY WITH $S 00 --- -
I Leases filling StationLeslie ford, W. H. Barwick E. A. Green, .
W. C. demons. G. \V. Huzen A. L.
Biggs recently leased the SOON CAUGHT

--- service station In connection with Crews N. G. Hiyes, J. M. Music, { DO YOU THINK? ]fi lIml

By H. E. LAGERGREN on the depth of the cavity beneath. the Torode Chevrolet Company and ":. J. Hazen. W. K. Woodle, C. C. Lee Manning alias! J. D. Biggs, l f .

In the description of the Bradford In. Bradford. county the limestoneis wiil: handle Standard Oil products.He : Melvin. R. H. Green, Jr., E. C. alias J. "V. Monroe supposedly of

county Sink Hole appearing so far down till a subsidence says that business so far has | Priest, S. S. Starling, J. D. Bowers Jacksonville, was arrested by Sheriff -

in a recent Issue of the Telegraph, would make but little impressionin been good and believes that his A. A. Annls Lloyd Johns, L. H. A. O. Andreu. and Chief of Police > I Our question.. this week came to bus carried up to now I suggest

space could not be spared for an the laud surface. Such depressions service to the public will be of such Flitch, Albert Starling J. F. KIr k- A. L. Alvarez Tuesday after- mind after hearing different people that a committee be formed of

explanation of how sink holes are are sometimes found but are quality to warrant steady Improvement I land. L. .1. Clemons. T. S. :$:nith. I noon, charged with forgery. offering solution. ami remediesfor our most' progressive and! enterprising -

formed; and as this phase of geology now very shallow because of earth: R. Wdliinn.' P. A. Green. O. O. Manning 1.1 alleged to have given the economic\ of the country citizens to bring about

Is not generally understood washings. The only well defined -- -.--- I Ann!.i.The. i spui ions and! forged check for ten und state. We decided to apply speedy action and the completion J fj4

perhaps a little Information on the sink hole besides the large one TWO BUSINESSES following fliers for the I doPers! made and endorsed by J. D.Bigg the question closer to home by ask. of Road Thirteen from Baldt

subject: may prove Interesting.In south of Clayno seen by this writ. association: were elected at a meeting *' and signed "J. W. Monroe"to hag several prominent ram about win to Callahan In th* c near fu rI

New Mexico Is a sink hole ofgre"t el'. Is a dry one on Crystal lake DISCUSSEDROTARY ; held here 'fne\dI\y'afternc.un: Party's More for twi dollars town the following question: ture." j1 I

extent and depth. formed by just inside the county: line. R. H. Green. Jr., president and worth of merchandise: to be cleiivered ( ; "What one thing do you consider D. P. CARPENTER owner of

a meteorite-* chunk of rock de- Many of the lakes of the statesre MEMBERS HEAR chairman: J.tinea: Rosier, vice-pres to the Bradford House wherehe I lot most Importanceabove everything Mitchell' Drug Store considered
ached from same' etar-tbe sink 1101... evidently INTERESTING VOCATIONAL el__ -to the future of Starkeor
great. realty Kingatoy ident: T. 1C McClane. Jr., seere- sail he was light housekeepingwith the moot Important thing in the
weight of which, striking the earth being one. Burnetts lake TALKS I tary-treasjurer his mother. Manning; left the I Bradford County?" future welfare of our city and f
inconceivable speed forced It ant on the "Pegey" road, was vocational talks -.- store with the $It change. Suspicion A. A. DURDF.N, manager: of (.)111"- county was "The complete coop .
<) Two Interesting )
I'n several hundred feet. No i formed within the memory of peo- was aroused when the groceries -, den'x Service Station gave IK the eration of everyone with everybody I i :
heard at the Club LAKEACTIVITY
doubt Rotary ]I KINGSLEY
-nany stakholes! have been ple yet living. In the limestone were I were delivered and m> one by following Idea: "I believe the future else for the common good t
W. P. Smith.
fwwwl luncheon Wednesday. ;
from a similar cause; yet counties west of us small or large 'f I that name was found at the designated -I welfare of Starke and Bro<.1-.1I of the community, thrusting to m '
Stave Mill.,
of the Starke
they must be few compared with wet or dry, deep or shallow sink proprietor and eIlUmat-!I I rooming house Officialswere I lord County depend. upon[ the one side all selfish motives" .
those described his business '
evolved from "subsistence." holes are common. and new ones '; PENNEY PLACE BOUGHT BY called and the mtn was found completion of Road' Thiiteen FRED F. HTUMP. postmaster and 7t ,
td that In payrolls and other ex-
Looking at a slice' of bread we are formed occasionally. Last year turned loose around $20- MAN FROM SHANGHAI by authorities at "Pinks Place" from Baldwin to Callanun before owner of Stump's Store, answeri ,

find It full of little cavities. The i large sink was formed in Hamilton 000 pttises In It the community 'every year. CHINA Just north of the city limits on I a new road l I... built from Orange ed, "A well-mannged, f' riners>'

limestone that underlies Florida county, near Jasper between a Road! Thirteen. He hail spent all Park to Keystone Height, thus : market l I... our greatest. need. ThU c
Mr. Smith an ardent sports fan. Sale of the Penney place on the
rambles the slice of bread greatly farmer's residence und his barn !but $1.65 on beer and slot ma connecting Jacksonville with : would 1 sell! everything our farmers -
said that his only objection to his of Lake to
side Klogaley
wignifieil. for It Is a network ofCIypt. compelling him to move his buildIngs business wus that the bulk' of it i Geo.north A. Arbogaat of Shanghai. chines. Only one hour lapsed between I Goal and eliminating all this ; have for ",iie, und bring prosperity 1'

These are sometimes' to save them from being en I the time of passing the traffic from Starke. Numbers to the farmer, thereby afifectlng
COil- In the summer when It took learned this week. The
came China was
noted so as to form stream-like gulfed Into the abysa. which was I check and arrest.. of tourists have asked rue why I everybody living in thecounty.
too much of his time away from of the property was in
Sliver Springs. or are tall of still fifty feet down to the witter -sur baseball. : new Starke owner Wednesday buying materials --- ..- -- we have not completed Road ." L$ '
war. All face. Thirteen (Ia twenty mile utretc'i .
artesian ,
water comes supervising! principal -
with which he plans to makeextensive ADVERTISINGFUND
from such reservoirs. Drilling for When a sink hole first forms It l_. F, Chapman, superintendent'of from Baldwin! to Callahan I an I of all Bradford/ Cou.ty
the Starke well aeveral such cavl- resembles a round well with per the State Prison Farm. described -| repairs. He will upendthe GROWS thought It unfair that they bail schools. gave a simple under-
the lake
at returning
"bf this in summer
activities -
"** were struck: but only after pendicular sides. Later through the various to drive twenty mi'es from thereto standiible, complete solution to '.
the fall.
going dovm the circumference Is enlarged stitution. He stated that the manage 10 Shanghai t COMMISSIONERS GIVE $100 I Jacksonville and then twenty ,
52. feet was one found covings lake the j all fancied/ and! actual trouble, -
Other at the as
that ofa men t of the farm was makinI'every i activity miles from Jacksonville to 'Balol-
furnlshea an Unlimited supply.e and it assume the shape COUNCIL $'K) FOR present and future. The ont '
includes a practically -
"" effort to Improve the livestock season opens I BOOKLETFunds win to get on Roil I Thirtee.jagiln.
voids funnel. .
have \ dtoaoved out thing we need he said. Is "rellC'hrh.tlaD :
for N. :
Industry there, and spending new cottage ,
Iy .
wasting time and "
acidulated water sinking down Once John An<.lreu. an uncle of and family. The old 1 house was torn money. cooperation.
lens time agricultural crops for the of publishing -
after! on purpose further stated
I They that It thatsectl..rt
rains, In Ala- J(*: NOo GAL. owner and mtnu-
carrying with it carbonic Ira Andreu. was hunting with the exception of the
could not be produced at a profit. down an advertising booklet for .
of road
acid, generated by decaying chua county. He carried, his long -. -"- foundation, and the new place will' Bradford County swelled to $150 I I : was complete |{er of the Court House, Lunch
Vegl'table matter. A strong acid "Yaeger" rifle across his neck one larger.A they would not go through Jacksonville agr 'pd] with one: of the fo.egoln*
be considerably
this week the Board of County
win eat limestone quickly but the hand grasping the stock, the other Company To Fire and servant's as at all. This means a lot Hntwrm." '\pe.' need a (.(rru.r,,'
new garage donated $100 and
'"y slight acidity of the aoll-wa- the barrel. Overhinging grass hid dqurters Company of thetConl house has been built at the lake I the Council $50 at the requestof 'to Starke and local !businesses. I inaiket," ha said. It w uld attract -
ter I City 1 lie completion of Ku.nl Tiili
must Battalion of the National buyers from northern arvitiouUieiu
not than two
sink hole. more
necessarily do its work a new cottage,! of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. a committee from the'! Staike
very, very slowly. However, whan feet across and Andreu fell Into It. Guard of the United! States' will go Knight. should hive the support of every point. If any not-to

We consider that the process has But luckily the end. of the rifle to Camp Foster next Sunday to .. -- Rotary Club. right-thinking citizen In Bradford distant pltee was out of season,

gone oa for millions of years we caught on the rims of the hole, the fire the practice course with the 't Is planned to use pictures profusely County 1'nlesM this road 1 Is for u crop while we had It, buy- ,

bar" the explanation. The cavities hunter's hold on his weapon" good thirty calibre, rifle. Last year the Name Changed in the new advertising ma- completed Bradford County will ers would always be present, bid-

are 'owly' growing la every direc- and he managed: to scramble out I local National Guard Company was The local Ford agency will leilul and graphically Illustrate. be left out In the cold depending cling! against each other for the

IIo.n,' If one happens to be near the j and save himself from a horrible one of the three National Guard! henceforth he known as the Andrews such thriving Bradford County on Koad Twenty-eight tr> furnishthe' farmers products, naturally raising .

top of the stone stratum, its roof I death. One of the many blessing Companies In the State to qualify Motor Company Instead of crops as strawberries tobacco: cot vital tourist und other trafficwe prices., Too, It would !give

"ay' eventually become too weak i! dwellers of this county enjoy 111//I 100 r per cent with the rifle and Lt. J. W, Andrews Jr., Ford dealer, as I ton Irish and sweet potatoes.Space need. But Road Tweity-elght nil farmers a generjl poInt where

II) sUPPOrt the weight of Ute earth that the ground. heie Is at.ibl'j and I T. T. Long stiles. that he expects formerly Wesley Andrews re-I will also. be given to recreation will never carry the volume of they could take and sell nil th"

")ove it. and It collapse!, forming safe to build and walk upon at all to qualify 100 per cent again ttiU i .ently accepted a position s.* men as. swimming fishing and I I traffic (due to the sparse sectionIt produce they couM nise.. "

a ""ik hole. Us depth depending! times. I year, I iiki.r. with this firm. other! .pfrls. selves, that IU >: d ThliUeu I stiles; Uu, you think ? I

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I f' :SKKK; FIKNSIO.VOF: : to be matched by $200,000 In Federal WAIIKS mid wife MAMIK: l.ftU> tl'WAIll.S. )- or less, excpptlnir' t lli,
i iI Mathews Dairy Milk Lack of RevenueWorries I 'In the ,,snore to the hlKtieitIIIK lllll ft. xlulale.' III "I|t.;
iI "" ''1'11 .\\" money, Is sufficient to ad upa best bidder' fur cash tn satisfy together with the
I ii Meets RequirementsAfter GovernorGovernor program that will have approvalof and pay Hllld. d...ci*(***, fees and uljCourt tuinenlK.. and nppnri ten b1

i The Senate approved a four-year Board at Washington : vuMtM gild exu"sulses.H lielnimlnit or In nnv, \\ "tn"
the Security U HJIAV, In if. Bltuuie
extension: : of the Futch Act The said. AH pecinl fluster 'III I'hunu&ry. In sinil, t 1" '
Ocala Comity
fourteen months as mana Cone, forced to watch Senator Savage of Klorltla ; rl
.loii.v A. H. :.Mrni'Hiti: : :. .
statute allows to Tarsal' 'l'u'
taxpayers o: All
of Mathews locateda of the pay The State Social WelfareBOIII'd's N,11(110,' Plaintiff of H\\
ger the Dairy closing days legislaturefrom for .1.'I. S. It. 22 ,I.JHHI: '
few miles from Sturke on the sickbed where he was con delinquent levies! over a 15 year period I expenses are lo come from the $3.- u. .al.6-4 H..II"I )' exceptv\ 'iswi II I
: so long as current taxes are --- -- --- | conitilninir :, 1\
N. I
I Gainesville highway Roy R. Mathews fined with an ailing foot was! deeply I 00.000 old age and blind assist, >orirn OF .oprl.l/'t I'ID\ Tess. loitether ullh' i Ihr .r

l I owner, this week aid, that 1 concerned as legislators opened kept paid. ance. FOil T\ 'I>IF.IOrnntr .: liert-ilJtanientH, a nI .n" ,
voted first In 1933 ( Hill "t> 11:11: I thvrln ,
The lieloiiKlnir '
act was ,, -
every possible means la being used I their lust, week. over failure of the --. --- NOTICE IS HKKEBY: OIVU.V, That pertalnliiR.' Klinnte n i ,
; his firm to the finest I and suitable for two years.:: It was extendedfor I (' S. Kelly hol.l.-f. of Taic", Certificate. '"11"1"I""ht": ,, "" 1
i by produce I senate house to find two In 1P35. Thepresent SLOT MACHINES Nu. <5, ,lH..ti<*d 61 h day of Septomher the follo lug ex''I',
, ::1, I, milk possible for his customers. levenue to pny Increased appropriations more years A, I'. III.'IJ.: has. filed 'iinnIn' my 0(. hi Illll'Iglge." prop"1,1.11! ,r u' o. Gen 1
t bill would keep It In effect ARE OUTLAWEDI flee mid IIIIH "",dot applt[ ('Mlion for n ,lion, of \
. jl 1'I Towards this end Mr. Mathews costs of government and SVVit uf s\\
tax ded to Ile l iKHiied thereon. Said 1 '
until 1911. If the House and Governor of Suite MlKlnvay, .V, ,
,fc hRS installed new machinery In order at the same time to provide $3- I fOl-III'lLMiti I einlil'aneM th4 fnllowiiiKdeHcrilied See/ III T\\ p. eS i I 11I'onialnliiK : "I
into :
''1 Cone approve.Appropriations. coa signed ) In the County ofHruilfnrd
: property ,, ,
1. for old 1 HI HITn. ,, ;
wI ) to produce for his customers 500,000 a year age pensions. State of Klorlda, tn-wlf :
law net outlawing all Hint" portion ''"
--- a legislative of | i i
u :;
i wholesome milk at the stan Informal bale II. 4, 6. K 7 i. of Block, 10, SW'i lying ,I
rich lie In
urged heartily : : : lielnx \ .
: \
Bill I all slot machines! In Florida after U linl City heetion; H, Tnwnxlilp' I tUintt :0;". ll: Set' 14u
|lo .1' .
i dard price. discussions with legislators that October 1. 7, Smith I h""K" 201.) Kitxl.: I'ant: gild fontalnliiht '" :.1

He "I Interested In they abandon hesitation over Increased Passed At LastThe The assessment of this said properly or lent.
J says am glv- About 12,000 machines- receiving : tinder I Hit Muld certlfluuta inmied -

, t'.h//f.I ''ng the people of Starke and other racing taxes, declaring an annual play of from $60- Mott..111" In tli. IIU ills uf Mi's.\, t:<. U:: H An K.Special Ptnrty'cs' iMaHlet':..: In

parts of the county I serve as that the race hacks can pay more legislature has approvedand 000,000 to $65.000,000.-now are licensed e"I""I! <] rerrlflrnle. shall be redeemed KXKUIT ill KMiillT: "

, il ,. ;, good milk as they could obtain In I Ifor' the. privilege they receive without sent to Governor Cone a bien- under a 1935 law which the aci-onl, lag to law, the properly I D-Attorneys l-at'U-4:! for pl.-ilntin'
666 described therein will be Bold
I cities where health officials ,,, suffering. ; : : I
. I nial general appropriations bill new statute repeals. to the highest Milder at the court -- -- .- -
( I restrict much more than they do In 11] Another of the governor's Buggcbtlons culling for expenditute" of 8227. I Fifty counties-including Brad- 'luiuxe. door on Ihs first Monday In "I''WI'I.I \I 1r9'III'r: final' np
ihi month, or June, l 19:17:! which lathe '* \I.K:
, JI : the smaller town. I am confidentthat I expected revenue of $1- 310 a year--an Increase of about I ford -voted last November In local 7lh day i.>f .Iu"... 1937.Haled Notk'i IN ,,
., NATMt.1. K'K: :STII.I I nm producing: pure anti 000,000 additional a year from a ten per cent over expenses this 1 option elections to ban slot ma- thin Kith d.ty \111'11,1937., and In accordancelih HK' I
: I.Y.U.S TIIK: I'KK-: wholesome milk, and I want each I cent Increase In I (OFFICIAL SEAL final I decree of foreclin-u. i irelulered "0 I
fifty liquor and last .
tt r KKI'T KKFKMiKKANT: : per year year.The chines but I the state supreme courtlater A. J. THOMAS.Cleric hy Hf n. A :t. \ ';
: '1', I"' 0 Ie I'KKSKKVINilTIIK : : customer to feel that they are getting taxes seemed" well on the way to- expenses approved are In addition ruled that all machines then of Circuit Court .lull it e of the Circuit ,fnn IV

1 I the very best that I ran pro i i wiird l final enactment. to ,, or Bradford, County Florida ford County Florida, In "ci 14
d mote $11,000,000 a licensed could be operated until ,
pp i'i'I I : DKMCIOI'SFKOltS: 3t821; that certain ii"use pendi..
; OF \RliK-: lure. Mr. Mathews never ceases''j The governor has: slated year for schools about the flume j i I October 1, the end of the license Court, wherein, I Federal I :; i iHIIUH > 'I :J
his efforts in the Interest of dairy |I he will sales pOSI-I' amount for l'Oj,1ds.11'1 ually the MMMiti. 111111:1'rIl'l: ( Il: orH Col' poriltloil:": I if Ill| | ,,
': ,j I TAIII.KS:: A ;MKTt.1'RO.MIT I tivrly veto a year. \ i.i': f Iluvld I liyal, el al in.ra 'td
.' t .J production in the county and Is i! new law to tax slot machines or a same figuie for retirement" of The new law provides heJu'ytint's :Notice In 'e Xo.: oit.1:I. I the niul.i.' .
hereby that
irlveii under
U.I.IUIi : \ rill I :MaHler I' '
|by said| | il.
11/ low devoting his entire time to the I I.ys. gnmbl.ng tux law. I county bond debts and various |I and jell terms for possession lind, In nci-ord.inre. with/' that ffiMtilnfinal will Hell lo the hlKhoicash I
J FI'Ll.ltla.lrr: I.O\\- I jelterment of milk production,, he sums for other Items, at anti decree. of foreclosure" .and galsrendered /In front .
Many Jcglftlatois< had leaned 1 Including operHllcn of slot machines af.tt'r I -
l"y Mon A Z. AilkliiH 1 anJudxe : ; II'j'f.I': ,
EST: 1'lil'E.: door tif I the '
I I Iif > sit ongly on the proposed gamblingMW least:: $3.l .
: ,t{ I -. ____ -- as u revenue producer until: 1 disbursements will run almost I. offenders are termed felons and thai. 1'011..1PI"l'ld"," 'I'I..lnlU"P( ,pendliiM In Chancery'In mild, In 1 lexul h".r" xale oli'., M7th .'
STARKE 1 19:17: the lollon ,,
A person run live three wpeks'Ithout they! heard the governor's definite i S45.OOO.OOO. i are subject to u fine of from $1,000 i!, 'Court wherein Federal, Farm, Mort- sit (llite 'In Hi,i ,LpreinlHeH rty 1

ICE COMPANY I Iti" pronouncement that he teat The bill which went to the 1 1 to $5.000 end a prison sentence of gage Corporation In pl.ilnllff and l':. Florida lo-wlt.
opposed GuvI
'tf1 \\ food three days without M. Fetch und his acre !Mm." B. :M. ConinieiifliiHT iinn>> ft, \\ .
I", k water and three minutes without to II I I ernor calls for expenditure of So.-,> from one to five )'eurfl. the Futch) ore defendants. 1 cane No tfHl! SK: corner" of s\vi' ,

.J. I He made hls#,''pOHitiun to a tales i fl1> >0.270 u year from the general I said( tinderrlffiieil ilerree iiptiojnted Special will Master veil hv to Sec 21.', 'I'" p. 1" i It: J'' i
North:; ,
run loss
:: : ff IHX one of the principals of 1113campaign treasury, $1.043f'60 from special A theatre In Bethe, Alaska, ha, lhH he4WmlIi front' door I'.h.. In frontof center, nr" ft till in.oto I I.
;: .. ., ,_. ._. ulr.'j 1 of the Hrad-,
- I admission Kant: and \V'-l ,
und an fee of one smoked sal- I. Ho(
] ; planks, his opposition millage funds and $:::0.3.5() 0 from [ ford "'utility. CoiirthoiiHa" In Sin rkus ft .

DON'T READ THIS to aloi machilii-'S is equallywell I| from special inspection" funds.. i ii j I man for Us Eskimo patrons I Florlil.t, flurlnir the 1-uul hours ofvale Nol more heiiNlerly/ ,or lerN dhe.t II'r: i.
r UNLESS YOU LHI Monday, June 7th 1ii7: the
r i : known. The" | ----.-.... center of paid, rllti-h, f flind
does ,
measure not contain an following1 deHcrlbcd premises situate, .
NEED GOOD INSURANCE --.--.- I I item" of $223,000 for expenses: oft'1I i Early packs of playing cards 111 llritdford. .' County Florid.i, to-svitl: of sold",rlnif/Sec.>< to YI KIIM: Hi.|11|, ,i.
t io\ II.NOU 11TESIE.1'iiEIt( :: I the 1P39 Legislatuie. although they I were full length one way card>: The Wi!Ix tUV'of Nl-Ji of, n,'r'n:{i ; ;, ,mid of aloiiM Miilit', 1 Mni: line to -i I,

FVKKO.MNHKI: : !'\ ; INSriIAXC'K. \\ K': IIAVK .\ POIJC'V TO t I : l't\:: .IOSS> I original Senate" and House hills ])I ---- RIII' ,...t. wvvi... t.f... .>:....... ..l.7. .1'. .....,.... r.- nioiiir tier of sonin sold line:XIO',' .,.,t then-aid, '
I rir oi ic :ISKKIJS. SKK: ('S NOW. "'UU.TUIUItItUW .\\'! I .'\11'I'II K Solilh It. 22 III i :>i-l.I no acre inureor point of beginning .
41 : Sl\r BE' "'(HT..:. Governor Cone vetoed the Teach- 1 1 contained it. The confeiees said To all whom It may cuiii-em: No; ., I...". I"oc..lh.'l1h all find herein portioiix of "-v\
II ers' Retirement Bill saying It the legislative appropriation Is a ] I lift IH hereby" Klvrti 1 thiii, i will on NliiKiilar the rlKhtx ineniliem leet NI: ::' und Ely' of' NKI.:'' "
I he l 12th' h iluy of June, Iil7!': nIuId| l to h's i I T, 7 S.
Are You Protected | > u |"i. It. 21 I I'::""".
? : would (put a l'uln" on the State continuing one. I| (Ih.. 1'0t1 my Juilire' i.r tlnuirnril+ I'oun- lieloniclnfr however, to rinht.rlieoricjii ,
I J'I't aSUI und would, discriminate ly for, .iivriiilhttion' lo Hell lit private, or In any wine| Incldintor Southern dud i iKnllroad
t'' y Allowing for this S225.00O deduction sale the Intr-rc-M, of, Siilu \1".. 'Cli.-K-. i ipertuliilntr| l : I UN located and .
1 ; UNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY against other State and County the appropriations' bill as finally Met.' Alii-B. I'lu-HHer; Mllrti-cil\ I'hissernull ,H: I I':. I'HltllYMAX. and' 1 to ,rlwhtofu II) >
I Inca ( : AH Special' I ;Master, |III I hamelyKNpt1I
employees.In 'hHHHpr. ininori Iti anil to hood. No I 1:1:| IIM to, ai.iiIKUIIN
Hume orrlc.-JIII'k..on! II.., Florida, I approved totals about the same ,, l.i.IH. Hi and |II| of Illork 1 15: of Wind" 1'1' & KMHIIT' : ; :: UMO! connnem In,..
u a lengthy message to the Sen- .It.1t1."tH".1 (Ci.uul.v, l+'l..,rlila /Sold AHorneyii' for pUilntlff.iniM. .
('. .Mrfnlio: I'resld.Mit as the original House figure. It ., corner of SWi | of :Ni:
It. II. ( ... .
iKIOKIC. | 1-:1t-6. 1
? 4.il Agent MI.| tn he I,ahr11 -
-I I th .
i le. he returned the" bill sponsored iipuii 1 iiiipliculinn 24. T) |it 7 K. I It. SI. I K; ,
J, :S. T. Key, Secretary" (J. |, ::00.\"'"'. Local .\If..nt Is mOle than $400.000 higher than now on' rile in iiuorrir. e i>t .. run Ell: "I :i-'l' yd- to I I"I. ;,
t I M- the State Department of Edu- 'niiiiiy Juilui-. : Nts'I'Fu'r: '1111111: orwti.i
the Servile I I.. Itniru' thence :Nortliline
,,-.- -..- -..-.- - -'- -'-,--_._,_._, -,_.i:. ration. the Florida' Education As- original sum. > I>. I ('h..H.....'., ijiianlJan.ii : Ttld<. I thence '1V. ,
Governor Cone who ha"'elo :; 1.H-6-t 1 N lie, )I. heivhy at u'that ender. I toVM' line "I'.1,ililNK'l.
I noii.itIon, the I'aitnt-Tcncher As- power over individual items. of this\ i iI nil'l n.. directed' liy thin ",'I.n, final 1:' ,. I th.lice Solilh, ,1 I
M.itlvti and olhel school ><> ( i: or *"'11\1: tivsicu'v: decree of r..,',','t''C' ln!t ,. rendered,, ,by line 10 point of II-K.I. ,
groups I ,,ill, recommended that the appropriations o\M-S: lion. II.I I f,. SolllllIK,,, II.- .llId.... "I' ('I'' bag Innlnir' at the 1001W' K:
Tile nifn.iure would, l livc ptovlded be kepi 'us near na posslblf < :N'ntloH IN herthy given I dolt mu1trand cull 1'iiiirt', uf' Ii1'aIturdl"unty, KlorI'hi ;\; of /SK'i:: iif .--,,
Ian funs! foi tuncht'fs In the liy virtue of H ftnul lerl'Ne nCt'tii In "I'haiu'ei-.v.' ,In, 'thai l certain 7 S li 21 I K.IHI; ,o1h
around( the lf>33:: level. He sail'! i-t 1,mine >iiii> Ml l.i ,
I i "r" a cerlAlti rouse ]I'l'iidlnK I In >aid' iiitirt \\hrcn. '"lici> Sou'111 10J: n, \'
:hoil.i .ind State euliege> und for If this was done! n' new ta.-.es c.iiij-i-. iixnilinv, In the I 1-Jii'lnh, .Judlc-liil' \1 1 A .Smith IIM I.iUiiHtor! | f.-r., llra" <1fmd 1- fI, ;North; 1 1 tall ft. 1 Kn;
County aiM State jntl i1dnets. I'hrnil> I'.mri of "florid. In nud.. l-'nr I County' 'I'.iuU. .u ?"''rfl"l"at. .loll, IM point I of hcKliiniiiK,
riip I .':'nud he rlt .d'dI ] Prili..i:" ; <'""111)( '. In I'liiiiu-cry. ,lull,hltIft' mid, K: W. IIIIY,-s it "I I arelUfeniUinlM. rlirht-of-wa\. M .
J ---- ---- -- I ___ ? ,"II"., ,""In IKl.MK I : tlXVNKJIH'; : I.M.V rn.5c N'n 11:12! ,ih>- iind."r- 11 an IiitIed, unit MtaliiuiM1
lilll'OliATIfl.V, 11 .'<'rii| >i-itl I Make It A HabitDRINK Senate AgreesOn Ithe iil.ilntirr .111-1 \\' II. KI: >. r"-,. aplioliitcd' will s'*p.irately' I of l lip'::i 7 aci, ,
1 W.\II : : \: : ; ; ::
I I : and l .MAMIE f.dl' Kl: > 10 Iii-( ,, lnKrlie.t, Mddcr, lor, Il.'i lit lb''''''Ill<''. eXclllMlve <>t
V'. 't,*. ''It 11.1 1:1': ''. j iiiii-d I liv li""r hm-lmiMl. \\' :'1..11'' "f Sotiih, from dor of county, "WIlM. of 113:: 74-a. i
I Welfare Bill II. l'Hi\\\ll; : >". ,Hic Ihs defciulunlHmicin ,' | ,
!II ion tnn In Smalls I Florhl.i. ilnr.IIK I anti all and HIIKUUI| | 'Mmember 1
wr Ii; 1 \.\-| I, IIL limy' \\11. iiipulntSpcflit | .,' I the hall IIOUCM of Hale on Mon: *, hereditain" 1 n'
t d! ] .Mat ttr lu Hultl day, June' .
xciiitt Tth I'.t.l7: eaoli 'the r..lI"w-I plirteliance- the mould I ,
i I Warring' factions, in the Senateagreed : 'derl,l Pr, thai I h" ('.. levied I upon' I ih N ,IIIK deHcrltxxl, 'I/''Irm lies. towlt : bfloiiNliiM, : or III iin.vu I Ior I-.
I I social welfare bill llnvIIIK, tlcHi'i'itiHil pi'niiuriy, III1'rudrnUl I I'arcel" line :I lieiinnliiK' at the NWi appertaliilnir, : Klliial."
1 ; on a pio- ;. I'DCMIIV.I l.'lirlilii" tn-wit Ineu'I'i of Temple'nue, and Pratt. ford, Coiintv Florlila.,
M1 i tiding! a total of :3.XCO.OGO!, for old (l.nt |1''llhl| ( S ) of Block Suven streetut'd. run Went along' ; the however" to ,tnri'enilnipint '
t (7 > "f the Tnxn nf l.nwley( awiiuuiitcd North line I nf Print
HI reF.1 ft to Unbar theieon' foifrom
tt .ige pensions and aid 1 to the needy '1 and plaited. upon thus 1..1. IIP street or Ha. .nilerfon' I...IIH, I liecember. I I. 1 11:1: ,",, I IInr
1't t blind and dependent" children. In | inii.IK1 ,iui-oi.li., ,.f iiriKiriira I hem X".tI''lly, ) alonK the l East llecemlier' 31. HI.I.I .
I'vunfy, ['I,a'Ida In Deed" funk line nf Lake. Street or SatiderHon cot' dance ulth the telm, ,.-
I 4 I /or. ... I II .\ accord bused on piopoials by I ","'. I>IIM.. a I hereof.Anil 1 lame I 1X4 ft. thence Kant: on line ten releiiMe of' I'Vileru'HiinU '
Lh II IIII I ;Senator Mckenzie, of I'alatka, was Unit I ..h..II, 1,11 the 7th day 1"I1.t'I'h| I I'I'nll 1 Slreet :1147 ft to of' Columbia ILH art
rtr I ',, r' .IIIIKV in.!? within the I IKU| hour I'.'n.1tin. A, enue, thence .oil ulunif Federal' Farm Mortitaiit' '
r 4': HEALTH approve. It'cnrrleil' a lump sum f>f Mllle. Ill' doll I'f tits K.iHt: I'oiirt (the \\'....t line of 'Ile n111IP Avenue. 15U I I M: K. I'eItI.: '":\IAN,
{ l, I ,II IIt [.ioptitl..n| of $3, 100(10 0 for the'' lion-, .Inor| |I" the I'lly ot Stnrlce, ft to point of .lieitlnnlitK. the Hume" AM Special, 5luntern/ <"
Mradfiird I'ollltty, Flofldil, offer Huld. ,e hug' tn Hie SKi" NW'' ,. nnd KMHMT. A.- KXIilHTAtiorneya : I
STRENCTHPETERSON'S I /gel: and the Lund and a separate laixl for' Hale, and sell .till thu title *\\'i.: nf N'W'i of; "I"r; as. 'I'si p. 6 S. I Ili. for plaintiff
y''h- t 'tt .um uf $100,000 tot children. unit 1 llltel'vxt of |lie. nil W II 1 Kli-: LI' --
a The Idl'gf'I'mount i.s to b_

t matched dull ir for dollar by the: m f=LO4R I IDA .....1i.tJLI Lfr Nr mr
t m4k
t 'e.leral Go nmpnt un,1 will he .. .
ColmtryHome MCCAL1 t nfficicnt. ten '.o. Holland: of Eur- .. .
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I t I II II .0'.,' said: I t.' provi-ie. aveiage "

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Hmnkold Ma,< .lB. .7' 1.wr A- LOS -. -
Ub cty Dtt. ___ .. PORT PICKENS, a great federal fortification houses ten miles trembled and immense
u..fsry 1.10. T... --. ila 1 fl I away,
'+ McColl. M..aI_ 1,00" W_'. Wahl 140 1 RVBY was begun in 1838 and com- quantities of fish were so stunned'!

,; t ?I pleted in 18;;- At the time the War Be- by the tremendous concussion that they

( 'i? I a 1'y I tween the States broke out the federals I floated to the surface of the bay.

Aa .KO.pHon.l ....lu.I ConiUU of Tbnusanr's of years ago animal' life .m
't loo. l.af! ledger binder 2OO ledger evacuated all other Pensacola works and Florida and included
''y ,( Gentlemeat .beet* and A-Z, 26 division leather retreated( to this was extraordinarily
secure stronghold "
I tab index. Bound la durable imitation upon many !such strange Land mamma"

R I I enclose $ far Ucb pleai end mth leather, color. red or black. St..l which the United States flag( few during as 5>ab"r-tooth tigers. camels mammoth

It magazine I hav checked, together with II back with automatic locking device. the entire war. Here, in 18fil. on the mastodons ground

1 year's subscription to your newspaper Push button lor quick opening no key required. Sh..ta ar. whit. sands surrounding this fort. Florida first tapirs, dire wolves not
ti Irorydale ledger paper 24 lubalance. Sheet aiie 6 z 9)) :J Ltac .. sloths and others. Among them and
I U gave the lives of her gallant
sons duringa loss! common was the FLORIDA riYP-'

Name_____ Af aloof N. D..on.sw pit.. .ItOZOOO8 brilliant and daring' attack. Later the TOO] T or tortoise-armadillo! whichgreatly ,;

J great !guns of Fort Pickens onened a of "''"
f 1 Street or R. F. DN Ruby L.dq.r Olllllt-Red $4.00 thunderous resembled the armadillos

i 000007 Ruby lAdq.r Oudit-Black 4.00 Rae bombardment: upon Fort Mc- day to whom thev were related. '' "e |

Town"" and State 1 and other Confederate works, inaugurating however were much l larger! and inc5aed< | !

1 --------------.1 BRADFORD I the greatest artillery combat in immnvable armor like the sht'" of :\

r COUNTY TELEGRAPH H m h A the bombardment state during the war. For two days turtle They were probably about seven

WAS so terrific that
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\D.ItD ('OL'NTY'fELEGR.\PI: [. !!'T.\Rh.E. FLOflJD.\ _
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-1 Inlllll 'II ing u detective badge. But never grunted, then turned to exhibit his I off Me n'neto-- Rose "YoU--died and in a ablaze.minute The the last entirestructure partof I, Sniytna meeting golf was' .coin held,'seen on the the Daytona New jjr :' ]

likeyou was I ]II
=: JOYCE mind. "'hat'!! your name ?" discovery to( Kred"Recognise where you belong trod looking j1"t l'

/ Tut away the badge Sarge;' ; that?" he askedKied I might to look Jimmy standing the barbecue was cedes off. The..: Beach-New. Smyrna.- --highway- --- -- ',u ,' i
l6UAn'IJfL --- --
said Fied. unable to resist the Impulse :! was startled to lead In tinyletters Ion his own feet Of .nil the thingsI --- }

f t'j have some fun with his I on the shell. : V. S. Ai' enal.Jo'r8nk..t. tover'ant.I.. t don't think I everwarted BOREE FUNERAL HOME

foimer supeilor "I recognized you The place I hut had furnished unjt'.ing; so much ai a by 1DULANUE
(I FisH lie, of ('..."..... A: I'ndertMkrm Supplies
a fA for a dick horn that sweet face" all the war supplies. for his I' piacf like this'"I HERVIC. !
sill 1 1I A &2
luE I urlll"l'8t..nd that now
\ "I asked you a qxicstion'' bellowed I own platoon DAYM, > MUIIT
'''n'-: Meadow tau k. "Like old times, tiln t it?" grinned I Ruse" oilillyj .
_,' Meadnwlnik as he pocketedthe j "Say. I dldnt know you, hud any 53 I" 11 O N E 53o.
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RAin "' sold. Fred reproachfully *
Ats'tV Surge1 !
II. nr'Il F.TT. Mgr
sentiment langhed -
shell, hook hands and slatted : domestic you
u I '. \ 'It aln t i>'onslble you've' forgot off j i' Jimmy. "A HOME-LI" INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
' little Fiedilie Willis? ,
i the lie inn out to mt c: sonic drinks.Fred ) -
Fled -
Meadowlark stared hard. life I Cautiously' picked up --- .
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led off, He must --------*
as Jimmy hut i to Hone. ------- --
far -
So themto turned cautiously ---
Happened mind finally registered! daylight. I bits of tom cold, and !
' hilt. ILI... x Red Cross nurse, not see Rose a ltln. tier final and the trace of a grin broke over a place whet he could rcaHsemble I "Thia i>4 awe'll furniture," he. said! \ } !
"i. Yrrel111I. words were still sounding\ his of work dots a guy SERVICE STATION
,1 YromlH.. to wait for his. face. them at his lelsuie I What kind ,
concerned ,
I'm '
from the ears. "So far as have to do to rate all this?
till! he returns "The old 3101 h." he ciitfd "Andme The motorized( sideshow. with l.1
s \\ !' dead, you're dead! Slowly, delibeiatelyhe in the Insurance bud
him "Jimmy i
trout. Ilorsa' Itelirting Jimmypails looked down at Jimmy's card thinking I remembered ,you i which !Fied managed to eke out ah'Ing i said Rose.. easily. I Ii STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS'.t7'L.1S
marry suburb. On ness
to in
from the Rogue's OllJl..y.'ell I Watll'8Ike.1
.hl' ugrrr': baA reRard- and then tore it Into fragments. "I know It must be pretty good" ,

whorl Fred the war "* aoillJ:1'r Unconscious of the fact that it "\\ Surge. ; mild. Fred puttinghis one car was" P.the Willis brightly Circus painted Max. i, "I never bother him about his I t 1I1SKS; TfltES AM KVTTEKIES.. OUR: TIKES AM l fir
Fred t t v
inroiiRhout legend:
rd brother.: Fred shows might look strange for him in his aim about the other, "you certainly Imus and Carnival\. This was a newpostwar work. He likes to forget It when BXrTEKIES ARE trN'ONHIiiONALLY UU.o\R \STEtU: t

\ : ."d from an pn- rather gaudy carnival clothes to figured; a good way of staying \ dpoorntion, but otherwise he comes homo Hut ONE K.ICM MONTHS.: 1

,i- up, rmvli'B, "!':";"M''l'lout when he flnelxruThu remain stationary near the scene out of jail the exhibit was as jangly. giddy I i When the drinks were pmned I w.t.tllrNG-Pol.SHIN-IPA\IN11-GILE.\SINi: A' ...rM-ci.iiiy ,t "y

Fred looked, "Yciih that's light tenpomledMeadimlaik I observed thit Jimmy gave t
imiih. Rose means to of the recent shooting and harum-scaium as it had been I Fried I

: v h.tell-, her he U al- up when someone tapped him on I. "Hut this thing that's" I yeais befoie There were monsters I himself! nothingUe piiss( hisabstinence I FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60EAxVV t {", BI
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Jnini here Is seilousMe with untiling- comment -
.."rlo.I. 'Resuming)( his the aim going (on pretty and monstrosities, wonders and >' off 11 '

i' rend, 01%l ui< lr<'ll>1 barker, alter the He could hardly believe his eyes I loueit'il his voice and conlinucil I prodigies of, nature! all nt the moment : that cocktails ""don mix' ,I ) Our Prices Fit. :.IOf/ll' ,
Hose ,
? facepeering in n confidential manner with business. Afterwards ME 1: T
Tar ruim Into Jimmy The questinning, truculent 'mdir the dependable can of : \1.:
Fred \tcYoST;
t that's what it Is, one mob of !' sandwiches and Fled I t t.t.
I"'ell< !>'. a block from at him was that of Sergeant Kicds iljflit-hand man. an ex hobo 'piepaied ITAN O.V S.
a uifvH., | irwt murder baa Just :M'adowlal'k! I mugs\ knocking otf another mob allover I numed Lain But the customers tonight ':went into. a long\ digression about 1 x n \ (; R
slier a the public light-of-wuy," the tiiljiiUitioiiH of the cat nival busmeas :r.:: : : :: :: : -J.
totit cried
Invited he their
i taken pine.) and IH "Surge Meadowlalk" were conspicuous" by seemed exceptionally .t.._ ,,_. ._._, .
I Hose "
.. hit 'home. out jubilantly. "Look at the ears You moon. this fellow that justgut I absence. ( -
on him'! 'Member! the oM. camp killed Take over the show, tonight.." good spiills.. '-r1

rcing Saige'1 "lie was with one of the mobs" I dried Fled "1 got to f"> to I, 'Come up fur dmnei I noon, ; shesuid I
tI tI IKKIX: as .she bade good night!: to
"I don't know how you know nodded Mvadiwlaik. "Somebody 1 town,"
immersed in thought m I I "1',1 like to. You know I can never
wnitln' for him about four or Inquired' Lino anxiously He received -
1' to be Take
tell where in going
five floors up, in that hotel aciosxthe no answer and shook his headdublousiy I "

street. It had to be that high I' as his employe left. _..1 u' nt yuu.,stlf. Hose. ..
on "I'll walk as far at the K..i. >>>>>-'-( (<<< =
HO the xhotssoiikl clear the marquee Reaching the address givvo \ ," voluntseit'd .llmmy att
the age
I I the card Sued hesitated on ,
They passed' down a quiet
"Say,, thiit'a shooiln'," said Fiei steps Finally he rung the bell andl street All evening lung' Kied ha.

thoughtfully, glancing up at tin Jimmy opened the dooi. I ief mined from nuntlonnig the one rrlUK! : appreciation) ) of (he

hotel. "'\'l'Il. for the love of Pete'! he thing that was uppermost in hili:

"Shooting" echoed Meadovilai died. "I thought: you d be out I, mind HIP real motive for hlH; nerds of others enuiiif. i '

"I am t seen anything like it sine yesterday" having made the call helpful aid to a stricken!
Fied"Well : .
I Ittt I France." I "I couldn't make it, said Jimmy: was conscious... of a ceitain .

A sudden ter r eying and mere come in, come In'' He, I tautness in the others mun.nl'r. family those arcthe aims J Jof

Into Fiedi took the visitor's shabby! hat. but lie sail nothing P
dibit* thought came IO"k'l
rather odd way. our !service. Let our years
mind) Involuntarily one foot moved ed at It in a As they neared the- entrance of

ovet 10 cover the torn pieces of i computing it with his own faultless I' the public guiiiRe, there came a of experience lie Jour guide in
attire nncl,I flung open the loot
the sidewalk sudden burst of staccato expKsii'iis -
card lying on :
I of the living loom 'VVHh, the( swiftness of a rt ineircl '. this. one of life's most! diHicult y
hotel 1\
I Emerging from the "Ito".. '!" | en Hod.She ,
K! boil limmy leaped intodoorway 0.
I polirenmn tan over Meadowlark. She an obligations. ('Charnt are,
was reading;\ book. hand uachlng In..lelthiI' > d
"' ,
"\\'e found sir he reported.
a gun
a ar tried to place it on a coiner stand niocleralo.t
'llcie's' a couple of the .amp coat
Fred but.misjudged: !
4 when she suv TiedaUlird.. his mouth Set i iK'im In
I lies. and, it fell to the
the distance" Jl1t'Il'ly
The noise woe
looked at them, lln "< ,
Fred" hunted to pick It up .
I that of a truck hll(kflrlng.h'p.
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-- and hv this time she was herself he han
pinK o\'('r to Jimmy put u
I Sell, HomV) mild Fred 'jou un a bulging levolver The two nutfaced F

sure look like being mm lied was', each other trnsely. Io"ch: fr.f

iII I agieelng. Thanks wllli' the you:nn I -w'r..1.. "1'011do't i I knew thai., feather, pietcnse. was irr- DEVITT\ C. JONES fr s'

seem much .'hang"'Ie' '- \. pfJSHlblu"llmmy"! naul) Fred bitteiljHow I

I I fn(11v or, Ei "" :' No I'ill the same boy." In !the devil
The telephone In the hall rangand f
Into a i ticket like this? I'llONK ONE
hurried out to answeiit I si'KIE.:. n.\.
( I L Jimmy (1'u !be coiitlniifd, )
nOMe offered. F'reil l a cigarette! '
er" ---- -
I / .. He! tiled to) light it. broke two MKINE; : >IFKE1CCJA1NESV1LI.K ; I. -_ -- --- 9
a fro T permitted h.-l' '
1 matches and finally A twenty ,jetic.id 1

to help Hetchc
F JackHonvllle 4
n"I .
I tli'ln t really remember
I guess' Locke Brown who will gmcluai
Delivered what you were like, {Rose;' li* from the University of 10'10111", ; l

stammered!, June 7 with honors (trim the college .
II" than 11'1Inlt "How's Mrs Willis ?" asked Ross of ngint'eiingr, has leceive 1 1I ; 0 GJ

..80AMPA ]l's cooL cl I.an and refreshing wb.n "ICE COLD"Quart coolly. I an appointment to the UniteSUteH .I
i Ret'I.LF: -- at her untoinprrhendingly. -
Fred looked he will I
you travella tb. FLORIDA ZEPHYR : Marine! Corp and
between. ell major Florid cities end be commls'iioneil about July 1,

\ ___5,80AYTO.V .to your f...,' vacation ....... win! 15c "How's your, wife?" .- --

EAOH2," dews open at the .touch el your Unfler Oh her ? replied Fred improvising .1.1111(1", ) rosioi-'it K; fffl.IT'S

KFYUEST ..... ,.' ... bieeiee blow......- IIO\V (.OOI A COLD wiklly "She's dead:' ORLANDO Son Chllrl..s O. Arditws w I

"HE"iLLm,760; cline ...t.in your Ii..-co..r.diIl'AGO mUSK OF :\MATHEUSl "Oh Fied''' said Rose all sym' announced thiough his ol"

"} ,.... chair and enjoy th..e.nsry..rrL.Elt' l>,\ MII.K: iOES ON pithy "I'm no sorry for you" flee! here. that the total cost. of the
yom .., 14.15 .i your deabaataoa TRAVEL FRESH "Yes It's always kind of sudden.. ,,, I bulldln
and bar bunnesa or ploaau I .. .\ HOT I .\V. INl'l piopcixvil, Orlando federal
reedy kln.1thlllH'
MON s sr.\IIONA wife Mine was the i Ir
m losing a would be $595,000:: As planned
Bu* travel Co.t. oao-lourth that T"IC.\Ttn DEL.ICIDI'S Mother :
>-Y CC-.W\\ lot le everything to a guy. the ui\y of nerds. the bulldln
Agent driring your own, car--* .AM < LEANIDelivered know-,"
sweetheart pal you I would house postofflce, coos
Point House trouble, too.
He was unaware that Jimmy had chambtrs: Internal revenue offices

to opened the door behind him. !and about fifteen other govern mtr
"What he trying to tell ,yon,,
door daily. tal agencies
your nOMe?" said' Jimmy laughing., --< -.,_..-- -
"You certainly don know Fred If ''
CLUB: f)1!
MATHEWSDAIRY think he'H ever asked anybody Member
you afoJACH--
GREY/HOUND to marry him in his life" 'Possur h 't ( '
I of the Volusln County FEELING ; 4
two likehls GLORIOUS
to A
"It's good see you I club, political organization, celt'
/ tic : ...," interposed Fred cutting himWHAT : tiutecl an annual barbecue b t

I fighting a fire that destroyed I 'rn.vr SMOOIII 1'UltHIt SENSiios: 0' FI.INU iti
V .ET \\lIEN'; n..lsu
.\IU lllrt
shelter over she I barbecue pit' 1'11ROI'til'IIll %
.. "CJI.IS.O'llusn: : EISK: !' MM'S: j
had. lies-ti made to rerive GoOD lit 1.1 ( \ I s' .
Preparations ir. irs Tilt: US.IIC': IM:;"SH' -'THE' Kvrut i'o\v. {
(' 3fJ')0) p'rs"nand/ many t:It \ OI'iKT: FlCOU .(.(Ml (JIIK.. '1'ltY.SK. .
had. lecelvetl plates. of biirbrcued II I I.I 'IOI \\'.-:-SOIIC K: IIIK '
: meats filed. fish, slaw. anther

WHERE WHY 'flxln's" when a tiny" ore GASOLINE' '
3> was
II p.t blames shot. up,, an. QitJ ;i
K.: C', I'lilKSI': IHstrliHitorHUSH
:het. and waiters! scattered. Th

I cry! wood of the shelter! warn! kin
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nufiLl\t.: C.OMFAMES II.\KI>\\.-%liK_11--'KMT-----I-HE---- ItEXL. ESTATE: is tfnOS My Zan-Z-Lac Furniture Emma! 1

....... /.EMTII: RADIO '

account REAL HIDRICII; TIKES AM> P..\TTERIES. Won't Show Irish Mark r

Pay up your lAn\ TRICE- t lf

;;M Take advantage of our I ESTATEIF t\"; TERMS: : f. i iii

I YOU WANT TO Stern's Garage YOU 8.11' be an *cp.rl to mk I make mi ZaavZ-t In bright,

t,(tw r- Sales Ticket Offer PUY. PET I. OR RENT old (furniiur good u ow with sfNukllac eolotu I w only the I.

US- e.ylowlag Za..Z.1ac Quick .....aa aHaU aatd build It lo UM (
(it.( } SEE ,
.. dt 'J
Th. .m-e That Refreehrfn'f4rilired .. odtoi rwts it giwW I ,
made .
Bradford Hdw. Co. !"EJC\I( E STATIONS Ting Bn.mtl; !(. Y c

--. Bottle viL'SONREALTY ) itOly for r.ei7-d folk who HIM 'I1wN aN IW eI r itn ,

.I. B. (":\nLI&LE:. Owner ..> add touch of color *ad bri....- M .... jtm cao trios I i

CAFES!' CO. INSURANCE: : : 1 0o_ round d. bouM ertry BOVad __ bright.od ....0 with I hl ? a

-- tb a.Bnub ry :z.a.z.1.ac ...... fuln GN
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Johns & Wainwright I. Jo any direction, wf a.... snick aril ft oaa aa, t

DenmarkFurniture STORESA ; '*o-ZLc woo' bow brush oip .... sl..l.e..dq.nd tdkc .."

Light's Shell Station RETAIL 1s..nt.liCEjESCY: : ...,ka. It dries to touch In rig ... ., ... ..,. aI JIrice .. i.ot.ry l
Co. l
I iinuici and is hard in four to iM ... w-.Ia

"'EI \ ISO GOOD PI.ACK TO Old Reliable (Compaai !oun, with a lo.ely mirror-Rks ..

Ke.-l lric New: "pringStock FRIENDS 'oi>h. It will not when or lift old q. t tpounc.d
\\" Are MEET \ 01 R .\II Topes. of Insurance fishPLUMRINO .. _.\...
". ndwit-h4. I.: c.ld Drinks to enameled or lacqueredrrnhe U .
E'erj VafI.fo; sure The SPOTLIGHTA. { *, ao you. can paint right ,.",;. 1.

Ga and 011 See It Before "'ou Duv. \RTM\V: I'rop. 1 rr.ey onr the old nurfjce; and i it i* """ THE H. B. DAVIS CO." '

I : e AI' sally good for said wood or new B ltlaBorc, Mdi i.p i.

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ARE "IS9-W Ip- Kfitiumablelri (' (.
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tal..k Drug Store Hart Furniture Co. Suwannee Store Plumber I''_- -

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I \\ :M. S. Circle Two I I Mr. and Mra. L. G. Powell Mrs. lumbla S. C to visit her mother, I!and brother, John Powtu I
:Met: :Monday II Glen Wood and John H. Powell Mrs. A. H. Fripp. L. Q. Powell |home Wednesday. n'tuned* I
I 'FAVORITE went to Savannah Ga., Tuesdayand .
t f ocictrA Circle! Number Two of the Baptist I attended the marriage of Miss -
W. M. S. met :Monday afternoon !I i : RECIPES Gene vie( ve.Biush wood to Mr. Em-
home of Mrs. H. L. '.
i at the r ..
\ mett Gahagan, Jr., which was solemnized .
: I Bi own Ice.. with Mrs. Brownlee: and i I at Saint Paul's Episcopal: .
Mrs. J, E. Edwards hostf'lIses. ,
as Nut Bread Church, in Savannah June 1. Mrs. 01JO ANNUALACATION
"J W. :M. S, Will :Meet :Monday Woman's Club To :Meet Red radiance roses' and gladioli, Every housewife has a famous Wood remained for a two weeks .JUNE;

The Woman's Club of Starke will I. were used In decorating he( home* dish that she especially likes to I visit with her aunt Mrs R. B. Ga1 '.IIE."" : : EVENT;
,', l'I' Circles of the Woman's Mission hold its regular meeting Wednesday -[ for this meeting. serve her guests. And you've heard '1 pagan, and Mrs. Powell went to Co-
I j, i ary Society of the Methodist the In the absence of the leader, Mrs. the Joke about the husband who
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In
.; )f; Church will meet Monday afternoon with the vice J.I.. Brownlee, Mrs. J. H. Lord asked his wife what she'd do If the r.
club auditorium!
I: ", at three-thirty o'clock. Circle In had charge of the meeting and same guests came twice haven't "'f' Are In the Position to Sup-
B. McLendon
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.:.t'1 ",' Number One, with Mrs. W. E. Mid- the president chair. Mrs read the eleventh chapter of Acts. you? Well Mrs. J. H. Benson has ply You With One of the :Most I

'. dleton as leader, will meet at the chairman of The topic for study for the after. given us a recipe for nut bread Appropriate GratrNtoiieM orStarkera r. ,
7 Sirs H. V. Knight I
J home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Hoxtexnea noun was "Go With Them Peter." that were the wouldbe ; .
"I') .' American Home, will prrIt Dr. sure guests I ''':'It"iI\MI:\! li ll''iP.i',.:'!' j,1IIjlt-, ..
: Mrs. Colley and Mrs. .., Prayer was led by Mrs. W. N. more than pleased if she served ALMOND COCO i: "'
: Presbyterian

'1 4' O. H. Lowry, minister n e .
'1'' .' 'A, W. Anderson. Circle Number I Johnson. every time. Here it Is: Our Line IK From Our of theOldewt I II I f'RD: Tlllt ..t
the I .Sc
Church as guest I SOAP (tar"
Two with Mrs. Peat I Simpson as speaker for the afternoon.Mrs. Circle Number Two Is sponsoring Ingrdients: I and Mont Rrlluhle Firm" !1131 TOIITIi x. d1tti7E :
1 .I.{ leudcr will meet at the home of the Sunbeam Band this year, furnishing One egg -
and with Mia. D. .;. Knight will have the materials need ASK ABOI'T PRICES AND j JOXTEELLIPSTICK R... II, with 49 f pint tlrMl :
I Mr. Mrs. L. S. Hutto I they to One cup broken nut meats c
Hutto as hostess charge of the musical program. I' carry out their work and assistingIn One raisins TERMS S/ksl: .. Z9 I UI KofotU. J JSOe
flu 1 ;, ___. Hostesses for the afternoon will i cup 1 1\1\ MODTIIVASU!
any way possible.
One and
j one-half cups milk : ...
be Mrs. H. H Young Mrs. B. M. ELMO STRUTH I" 7c .I. I'
I Montgomery, Mrs. F. F. Slump, After the business session the i I i Three cups flour I maybe four : SI/E n 4-11 I "' BOTH \
W. Mrs. C. F. Ward" meeting was closed 1 with prayer by fi depending on texture of batter) Representative YELO LOR*" Nr39c 49 C i1
"rill FRESHCaught FISH Mis. A. Stern I'' ,. &, : .I,I'i',! fOK t .
I Mrs. Lord after which a social teaspoonfuls baking )
Mrs. J. K. Wilson Mrs. C. B. Price, Southern Marble 'i lor Sparkling, ; ,.and I t.,
; ; Daily and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. hour was enjoyed. The hostesses powder M/K TALII I'I drl ," a rl.MII mfiiKnnll ..'.. "
-- -.-- assisted by ::111'11.V.. L. Wall and One cup brown sugar & Stone Company SHAVI.X; 19C '' !"" "1 PnolMi, I.23c f;(
hj iI Ji'1 t ''I Auxiliary To :Meet Mis L. A. Rennold.1, served l a frozen One teaspoonful salt C; II E-' ''jr11i:': ;I$II I 'I'I' .o.ci'; "
1 1E (\lua' A H'I.I. LINE PHONE 1 \,' ,t,, ,''JI I I .
I The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Cjult salad crackers and punch. Method of preparing' and cooking ::1.\, _' .II 'u' UJ,,...u'lw.
.. I A 1,1. KINDS. Presbyterian, Church will meet : Jr.' ..
I 'I' I rou.\ 'I J'i' :5OO .h.,1'1 ...Ii. /'.
.it d j (,1\ t; TS .\ 7KIM Tuesday evening at 8:00: o'clock at W. H. Green CelebratesSeventySixth Break egg In one bowl and beat. SOLVENT :l.9C "
the home of Mrs. T. N. Kendrick i BirthdayA | Then add nut meats, raisin., and ; FACIAL Tl'-"i'1\:
f ; MAGNOLIA with Mrs. Kt'ndrlcklnd Mrs Mary milk. Into another bowl sift flour, NIl! !> /.: riNLiL>T 111ft.'II I.R-' \':I; i
: / Dover as hostesses. family reunion was enjoyed I I | baking powder HUgar and salt. YEAST: If.JI\i! 'leullwantT.1IILETS
tl": i itr FISH MARKET Mrs C. F Ward will have chargeof Tuesday, June 1, when the immediate Add dry ingredients to egg mixture .ck49C I more han
?!' the program and Mrs. M. K. Hull members of the family of Sir. and mK well. The batter must be i one Lox at @. ,
f'I --- will lead the devotion. and 1.IrsV, H Green celebratedthe Istiff./! Set in a Will m place for 'El' tH1Jl'.F\T. title low
!L : _m ____ seventy-sixth birthday anniversary twenty minutes to ilse. Bake slowly 4 AIIIIOXATESKMII'O h 49C ,'' price
of Mr. Green OH o.s. '
| about forty-five minutes. .1 I

:: This delightful affair, held on a --+ I 3S H/E STtG MKrUMFD 'r", a Jlk.slue ..9 .n.11..1...., 1

O Lr lake near the old, home of Mr. and i ,I Wasdin-Edwards HAIL OIL 32V oa.. Z3C !IIIi I II ,- :
Mrs. Green In New River was climaxed i rnlllll :
by a picnic lunch and fish Mrs L. R. Edwards, Sr., announces '1'1'' n""tuil'1iooo! .1I1I1i'G//h. ..l .iI'!
the SUE: BRITt:: .
marriage her
fry. >AIL t auto, ..riC'LISO df
daughter, Era Aileen I
to Riley S. 7C
Those present to help Mr. Green I I Wasdin on Tuesday afternoon, I ..h n IIII! 3AINERAL tilll. r.r"

A y children celebrate and were his wife and their j June 1 at Starke. 75C-I/I. IIt\A'.L fllKMHK grandchildren Congressman II
and Mrs. R. A. Green of I The bride was born and reared COLD: full)| S9c ill'' '' FILL: PINT 11 I
VISIT KINGSLEY LAKE I Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. :' in Bradford County and receivedher CUE I pound i :I, y
Floyd Green I education In the Bradford DRYCLEANING i q'' regular The sire '-
children '
Betty J' 50c MZE REX4L1. i ;.
Carolyn, Collette, and Anlce of ,, County High School. By her IIVfilENICUWDEU,; !: :JII:I! 59c I
charming manner she has 39c
I endeared
'4 i KKM'TIKI Pt.JtY.SU IIKALTHFI'I. WATERS Starke, and Mrs. R. S. Johns and ,' .. .tl'ml'' -
FREE PARKINO SPACES. IDEAL, son, of Lake herself to a wide circle of friends I'I
LOCATIONS FOR George Butler. I "q Hi vv RIRrull nrr: ,!I
SUMMER: CAMPING: NEAR THE ROLLING WATERS I -- who will be pleased to learn of her I SOe 1/E KLLT7u: ''Iw, ,Iii/'/ .. Prwlucl 1

N#', 1 BEAUTY SPOTS. Little Women To :Meet Mr. Wasdin son of Mr. and CALLED 33 1'', h'uM' nII:,;d:!'illlliilililitIII1ooo":? ii: :: ".... \yam ,
1 FOR & _
Mrs.// ------ ---- --- ---
H. D. 'asdrn of e.
The Little Women formeily the' Ci.IP COUPON!
TillS : SAVE: :2.HGet ; -
JuniorVoman's Club will hold the young man j
It HOUSES REFRESHMENT COUNTER. AND OTHER last meeting of the club year Graham. I I DELIVEREDSEE 1 this Cara Nome Perfume and a gene: is I II
MODERN CONVENIENCES: -STOP ATSTRICKLAND'S I I After I N 25c size box cf the famous $2.00 Cara Ko-re I
Tuesday afternoon, June S, at 3:30: a short honeymoon 1\lr.1 I
o'clock In the club auditoiium. Ing their destination unknown i Face Powder for only 25c and this; coin!; >n I

LANDING New officers for the :year 1937-I'and Mrs. Wasdin will be at hometo I'' ROBERT GREEN I I Clip coupon and bring to our % oCt Drug :
4 38 will be installed and a splendid I I their friends at Graham. j_- Store today. Offer good only dung tn.? Not redeemable after June 30, 192?. !P< arm I
$ WHERE YOU WILL MEET YOUR FRIENDS. program carried out. All Little I -- IA't1"; Solicit Your Dry
Women are urged to attend this W M.: S. Circle One I coupon early :

Our Tip Is Take A Dip In Kingsley meeting. Circle Number One of the Bap C leaning \\111 Call for and I 1 I ._ NAM: .................?.................................. I I

Stump Hostesses Dot Bishop are Misses Grace Lillian Green I; tint W. M. S. met Monday after- j Deliver Your Cleaning to and i I 1 C.tIt.._'"_-P'_ Ill''' "01. ADDRESS...........??.....................".............. I I
noon at 3:30: o'clock with Mrs. Annie ,, from Any Point Outside _.:-:.'='.:.. J
and Eliabeth Plummer. of -- -----------------------
I Richarde at the State Farm f
J 1'. with sixteen members and four / City LJniltN. Your Patronage MITCHELL'S -

viMlors present. Earnestly:: Solicited A 11ork
4 Mrs L. G. Powell, circle leader
f; ,tJ had charge of the devotional and \\' Guaranteed I DRUG STORE

1 ;f :, t .JUNE SALE and was Mrs assisted L. Sheffield.by Mrs. R. A. Thomas}Ij ROBERT GREEN. !

After the adjournment of the I THE jVxci DRUG STORE
J WASH DRESSES business session a social hour was I - - - -
I enjoyed at which time Mrs. Rich It - - - -
? UK HAVE f't'TERV. arde assisted by Mrs. Morgan
8PEML 1 11
No. ? C n_Standard rack
C/ ( PRICES ON THESE e Richarde and Mrs. W. M. String- FLOUR 85c GREEN'S
fellow, served
a delicious
yi refreshment
c: COOL SMART CRISP. NEW course. /
'k -
i "1 IN WEARING Sunday School Class PicnicThe

en THE STREET NOW SELLLVHAT Montgomery Class of the NO. 1 IRISH 10LB
ONLY Methodist Sunday School enjoyeda

picnic supper Tuesday night at & POTATOES 23c

1 p 69c the Adkins home on of Kingsley Judge and Lake.Mrs. A. Z. RICE Sibs. 24c1 STARKE, FLAY

c. Those enjoying this delightful
affair were: Judge and Mrs. Ad- PET OR CARNATION RIB BEEFSTEW. I .

t i 9& and klna kips,,Mrs.]Mr:Misses,L.and D.Hazel Mrs.Vlning T.and T.Miss Long Lois Madge, Ad Mr. MILK 3 tall cans 20c Lb. lOc

f'I" & I SILK Middleton, Mrs D. P. Carpenter, T-RONE
Mra.: N. D. Wainwright Jr.. Mist MACARONI, 3 Pkg. _- __lOc
DRESSES Madge Wigham Mra. H. B. McLen- STEAK Lb. 22c
]123 don, Mra. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. C. J.
I'z Brand New Stock !Selling at Gay, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. Jessie SUGAR S Lbs. 25c Z c
A Great Sacrifice. The name Mae Blakely, Fred Guy, A. Z. CHEESE, Pound .
i -! DreHe You Would Pay Artklns, Jr., and Mra. E. L. Mat. 5o PRO.
sere Much More for In the City. thews
SALT Pkg. ________3c SAUSAGE
: -
: 1.98 2.95 3.95 Pound ____ 12/2c!
Ali l' f'I" Notice

[ Whoever receives the "Witch STEAK Pound 12'/ c
3 Loaves 25c _
+ 5", basket" on Tuesday, June 8, or I -- --
please turn
It in to BOLOGNA
Mrs. H. B. McLendon no that a report -

''Y 3 SANDALS Club may meeting be made on Wednesday for the Woman's LIGHT BULBS, Each 5c SAUSAGE Lb. I 12Vc'

a2nte & Color* 98c 1 29 to 2.98 ,
ValueOnly ( T.IRT JAR REUSH or
r- Miss Evelyn Stump a member of : BUTTER Country Roll Ib. 30c

-'< LAUIKV & CHILDREN'SSLACKS the high school faculty at High SALAD DRESSING 20c
1.98 Springs arrived today to spend ROL'\D

The ,ery smartest &.. :! the rents summer, Mr. and vacation Mrs. F with F. Stump.Announcement her pa-. I (lr.o\RT JABPEANUT STEAK Lb. 17c

neu.*..t thing for ggcto,1.95 1.00 & 1.10MEN'S r I o oI
port*. BUTTER 25c -


79c 98c CIGARETTES, 2 for _____25c



t -
}, : 'k THE SHIRTS

98c to 1.95 PRICES YOUR PATRONAGE STANDARD CORN 3 for 25c TISSUE 3 rolls lOc

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+ ...,\'E ATTENDANTS TO AS 15c Pkg. 7>/?c


'' .t FOR UOMEN t Better AGENT FOR Quality


''I' EoIT: I SHADES II II I : 11 11I 3-9.3 Per Ton $21.751! 4-7-5 Per Ton $24.10

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\B 4, IDS1 AnAI>POIU> _COG_ 1TY_ TL_ _(ilL4PH_ STAKKE_, FLORIDA_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1.\t.E_ 'nE_ j
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NIO(1 .- ------ Mr. and Mrs. H., A. Bishop had Mr. and Mm.! K. G. Duncan had f I Iimumi
A. G. u l of Crystal Lake was a Mr. and Mrs. A.V Anderson I Dr. and Mrs. Homer Thompson their uncle, Dr as their guests. Sunday Mr and
and, Mrs. Pearce Harris as! a guest Sunday
A. W and John Du- and the Rev.
and children I
business visitor here Monday 1 and ,
J. C. Richard, of Miami. Dr Rich- Mrs. R. E. Thpls daughter
__ were visiting relatives of Jacksonville were gUl'staTUf'II
------ I 1't'D. In.
<.Iay of Mr. and Mr. L A. Da. ard sailed Tuesday for Panama Shlilry of Jacksonville T. N.
Bits ofCONCERNING Miss Lunell Stokes and Miss! Archer Sunday. I vis. Canal Zone, where he will visit histonlnlaw Smith and Marcus Smith of Ten- I
Elaine Edwards spent last Sunday:: and daughter Major nllle, Ga.
Rrin.ion and
1 Edison -
Mrs. I ---- ------
in Ocala.
I II their student at Doris! Haynes.;) --
i I Patsy Brlnson of Hugh j AlKay Carlisle! a '
n-l: I house guest, Miss Martha Toney I Holies Academy In Jacksonville\ arrived -,.- ._- Mr and Mrs A. C Durden. and I ,
I Mr. Mis. Jack Pickard and Russell.
l Nev MIJ\bnnh.\ anti Clara
I c were: recent visit01 here. Tuesday to spend the sum- grandson, Jimmy Hoppc of Tampaarrived
Miss Julia Tlson spent ; 'week-end" Madison.
mer vocation with) his parents, Mr. spent the Thursday for a severaldays'

OUR'PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I day In Bunnell. \\'t'dnt'S-1 Mrs Cattle Hitch spent "evt'.11 and Mis. J. B. Cm'lisle. They were accompanied home by visit with their daughter and j'- "
; -- --- days last week In Jacksonville at -,-- -- ..---- Misses Audrey and Marjorie Mr. and Mrs. O. 1...
THE COUNTY AND TOWN \ Mr. and Mrs James L C. who will visit them for several son-in-law
PROGRESS OF the guest of Dr. and Mis. C. Stet man Bales! of West Paint
I daughter Miss Pat Lamb spent I days Beasley.: .
Mendoza Beach, who is a student at the University -- -.
Sunday In Gainesville. !; .. I ..... --- .--_ ,, ,, ,, ,,, ," wlmuniunimnuniun. ; ;;;;. ., ....
-- - -- of .I Florida was! week-end ; ,'n" ii F i C',', ,T i," .N.WUwuwuaiiwuwWU. '
IiWr' ''''' ""UI'''"''''''''''' .nu'i ''''-ii''''
Mrs Herbert Nelsou and children visitor At :.no home of his uncle and I p!
\ :
Mis. Bill Tison of Bun-
Mr. and
of Tallahassee spente i Mrs. R. L.. Tanner of Baldwin nt'lland Mr and Mrs, Jack Pickard 1 Herbert Jr. ,and l Mary Lou aunt, Mr. and Mrs O. W. White Expecting A Visitor? i I:JJ:
ise, of Ga., were weekend
G,L, Pallen. here with Irlendll.! was the weekend guest of her sister !- I of Eailton were guests Sunday of Fitzgerald -- > : Y
end Carrie Ritch.
a'eek' Fields. guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Floe
J. H. Sallle Tison
e Mrs Mrs Theodore Tison. Miss -- I ''I :\
'- '
are1.uung rle Wills have returned to their /I'
cnildren I I '
and I
carl Miss... Gloria Johns of Jacksonville ... ''I' .
the >
ore cjf here after past
home spending
an,1tI'S. Jeff ; "
in Tampa. Mr. Mrs. Ray Hage and baby of Anthony f
rtlallvel Gainesville were visitors here Tues. ', has spent the past two weeks! six weeks with Mrs J. D. Tobler in I\ 1,1 l l; ,
several days r
are spending here with her grand-parents"', Mr. tOo ,
of Lawtey was a day I Mr. und Mrs. A.I Rust is. I t ,.'1 :}
her I
Shufcrd : with patent I Gilffin. .
J. ,
J. R I I and Mrs T. I 'I t,,, i I ,
visitor. here Monday. Stticklnnd. -- ---- ----- '' I
IS. ---- -------
l1tnnes8 Miss Edna Mills of Green Covt'Spl'lngs I W. C. Prather and daughter Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight: and I : : '

ui, U F Chapman of the State is the guest of her grandmother -\ Miss VII glnia Owens of Ll'eK' I Miss Helen Pratlier, spent last grandchildren, Meriy Beth and y. .1

war visitor here "Tuesday.Inrrn Mrs. E:. M. Thomas. 1 I ville, La.. Is spending the summer Thursday. ( in Jacksonville, on bus Chtiiles Knight, were visitors in v; tlt, J .'
vacation here with her sister, Airs. iness. Uirrn Cove saplings Sunday utter- \-
MBIV E Thornton spent Mon- Mr. and Mis. C. H. Nasworthy J. C. Garner --- --- --- noon. I "j ,".f-.fI :'

Ly aftc'noon in.Gainesville.-! spent Monday afternoon In Jack- Miss M.iiy: Cunnva and Mist I We Have Everything For The New Arrival "' i:1"$L. t' I

-- Bonville. i! Tat Assessor K.V. Hayes;) and Mary Lee of Tallahassee spent the Friend! of Mrs Jnnius Smith I .J t

: m<. Mrs Sam AndelaJn County Clerk A. J. Thomas were weck-eml here with the former's will regret to learn that she is confined -.PLUSDRESSES- \\II, '' t

Lnt Mo I 'ay in Jacksonville. Miss. Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala.:i bunlnes1 visitors to Pnlatkn\ Wednesday I mother Mrs. K 1-:. Canova.N. tc> a Gainesville: \ hospital ,

was the week-end guest of her sis-1: afternoonMr. I where she underwent a major opelation % '

Ecru N I hulow'" .h&u 4leii Specialde : ter, Mrs. H. C. Brown. --- ---.-- --.- U. Wainwright, Jr.K.: G Tuesday. : Jri 1
prk. :W. :i;Stump's.rn Duncan and Paul Canova spent
and Mrs F. W. Hayes;) Jr.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson Thursday and Fliday In Tallahassee. I :
i thuot* $IItidresser
of Jack- of Jacksonville spent Sunday with l-adirs h.i\p .MMl sewn I t >
: Hiiidah Corpenlnff: week-end here. and son. Edgar, moved lo Kingaley Mr. Hayes' parents Mfr und Mrs. I ut stunip'H '1 FOR ALL AGES : i iup
t"still! pent the Lake Monday. ]I E. W. Hayes. < iW"

Sirs N. D. Walnwlight, Jr, and i 16 Years "
returnedtoi6.eun.lay ----- to
Anderson Mayor and Mrs T. Flank(
iiplnla McDonald, Jr., tit Miami
yum: and Kennedy -
Lucille Gladys
'itStump's. Misses \
after spending aweek Fiery day IH Iwirculn( tiny drum and Maitlia Jane rev ,
Is the guest of his uncle, J. F. Kick- Friday morning in SEE 1
spent ,,
with relatives in Archer.Mr liter. Gainesville. \tinned to their home last Thuisday ; COME IN AND I ifl1.s
after spending several days in ::8
Rlckenbaka -- I Frow Strickland a Junior at of Mi.: Landrum's DOLLAR DRESSES p !
Mss T. D. Inverness as guests OUR
and chil-
and J. ,
\ Dr. und Mrs. C. Gay I I DeLand will Mr. and 1111'11.V. B. Alexandei :
r Bi"rtiMm were visitors here dien were visiting relatives in Stetson University Miss Wilma, were, I l parents. They were ac'om'panlell I

luring the \V(ek-enl..- -- Jacksonville- Sunday-- summer.return, home today to spend the and visiting Heights daughter and in Waldo Melrose Sunday, l Keystone', l Idell., who home by has their spent daughter sevetal::1;, r: JESSIE MAE'S :;

---- months with her. anilby
of Plant City M. F. Brown spent ,,,, "
? '< Haivey Mr. and Mrs. "'N "
Kpnt pft tht week-end here with seveial days in Atlanta, Ga this Miss her home Mabel in Smith Winona left Lake Tucsdityfor 1ml., Little Janet Anderson has tetuined I their nephew Pointer- Brooks .:'... n "'tii':!!!!!''' .. wi' ''-- -- Wk

rttnds week on business. I several I months herewith to her home here aflt'I,1sp"ndmg I
after spending
-- --- -- I sister-in-law, a week in Sampson. City ,|
Mri< MisL. D. Keller andLou .1 Mrs. .1. H. Benson! spent Tues; Mr.\ and her Mrs.brother L. F. Smith. with Mr. and Mis Hogan Smith N11. I HI.I) ,\\ F Hn'ltIHI..1f '
Uc. spent the week-end at day and Wednesday In Gainesville I and family.

lacJmcnvilli)( Bench..V :' with friends. '-'- 'HtTS:
Friends of Mrs. W A. Stern will '
-- Miss Kitty Hogsed returned to'her
',11'111' KillmgHWorth of .1. H. Benson and daughter Miss I I be glad to learn that she has returned home here Monday (otter enjoying |

,\i, ijt"n Springs was a vlslr Marjorie Benson and son, Billy, to her home after undergoing -I 'a month's visit with relatives p olatoes .....rIb
treatment at St. Vincent's Hospital \I'K
'[, 11 \Ii nday. spent Tuesday In Bunnell. In Miami.
in Jacksonville. I II ,
: ---
M:' MisV" J. Markham of'Of Bu- i Anderson spent Sundayand "' tt
and Gloria Lyle
*ta Farm were visitors here ford Mrs.left Alice Tuesday Jones for a visit in I Much favoiable comment variedcolored hasbeen I Monday In Sampson City with I l 10 s.23 i !::4 r
made on many HntltVe :
afteinoon. Smith and I
Jacksonville with relatives. I tropical water lilies found Mr. and Mrs. Hogan 1 fi
-- ---- I
M) i i Dow ling and son, in the pool at the home of Mr. and I ______ _._ I
Eitest I were visiting friends in Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright I Mis. D. P. Ciirpenter) Mrs. W. H. Mundy, Mrs. H. C I \ Have The Finest Foods For You At These Special Prices. ;
and children of Tallahassee! spent
al' Saturday;). Wull and Mrs. Jim Godwin of the I
the week-end here with relatives. I Mr. and Mrs Geo. F. perry, Mrs. I IHonvllle. I"'IU: mwnm

C > E Knight- -! -spent last) I j R. B. Wood and daughter Louise, State Fat. m spent Tuesday in Jack. I S U GAR FRESH PEAS 6 lbs. 25e

-k-trui in Tallahassee on a bus-, Marvin Stokes of Ocala is spending | of Lewisbuig, W. Vu., and Miss \ COFFEE
week with his mother Mrs.B. Wednesdayat ,
a Marjorie !Stump spent i I
less trip Mrs. T. J. Griffin N. T. and HERSHEY'S v1J
M. Funnel) I Bok Tower near Lake Wales.Kcru I II Tommy Retch Miss Gloria Johns :i iund tt
I L. M!. Gaines spent Monday In 5 Lb. 25c FRESH CORN Dol. 20e 2 Pounds 25c "NRI

F'OILt'.:. KKI'ENDABLK: William Duncan of Jacksonville \\lndo\v shtidfHlth fringeSprrbd Jacksonville. I
spent Sunday and Monday with 'I !Sale price 5h at stuml)'''. MORN 1
ELECTRICAL mother ),frs. A. E. Wall. ; I ,
his I
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Harringtonand I Doz3Oc t
i Warren Perkins ORANGES Lge
MI' and Mrs. ;
won, 1\IIIIIIIn. left Thursday for :
WIRING The W. C. T. U. meets with theI' | had as their guests for the weekend I VINEGAR COFFEE d
I ,.j( Atlanta Gil., for n visit with itlatives. -
President Mrs. F. A. Scott this Mr. and Mrs. .:. R Poppell and I

Call or n rile( I' week at the usual hour on Friday daughter, Ava Lou of St. Augus I
I I' Gallon 17c I New POTATOES 3 lbs .10 Pound 19c ,
tine. Mfr and Mrs. 1 E.: J. Dow ling had 'I
0 J. and granddaughter -
PHILLIPS T. J. Griffin -
Mrs. r
; I an-d as their guest Monday Mr. Dowl- FRt IT
LAWTEYHOT Miss Gloria Johns of Mrs W. L. Joiner granddaughter I ing's sister Mrs T. D. Dyal of I I ','X\\r.I.I. Itnt'! Jacksonville, went to Tallahassee! Ann Watson of Atlanta -
I Mary Brooker. LEMONS Doz. 17e #1 t
I'oiN\ R XNGES-WATT Wednesday and spent several day Ga., arrived Thursday for a I JAR

:.R. UK.:.\TKKS: -KEFKIOKR.MOKs with Senator and Mrs. Charley E'. I visit with Mis. Joiners daughterand lleuutiful window scrim all color COFFEE ,

1 Jl RSSORIKS. Johns. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. D *-.Special !Sale< price 10.lOt
\ Quarts 85c BANANAS 41b 15c Pound 29c 11HOiLINO
----- Vining. Stump'< I S.

NAT SEZ: ----- -.- Pints ..
Captain S. A. Bryan left Wednesday Mr. and MD'sJohn Milton RHih SIDE SMOKF.i) GlJEN (VEST jt
I understand that AM sample for Jacksonville after I
Brownlee of Gainesville were weekend
copies' of the Telegraph are beingsent spending several days! here with his guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, BACONI: SHOULDER Oil' i
out thlffh to good plopl" daughter and son-in-law Mr. und Wilson at Klngsley Lake. BACON \ Coolong

nil over Bradford County.;) ItKh sure Mrs. A b. Williams. -

r .t. nw a lot of pleasure to greet Mrs W. H. Perkins has returnedto Pound 17Yzcl) Pound 19c Gallon $1.10 '
r .. E. L. Biggs will II Pound 12Yzc 'tliI.
-n this many now friends and ln'IU Friends of Mrs. her home after spending a week !
them to share the bargains hospitality be glad to learn that she has rf- in Lakeland with her daughter,, BLACK E4'ED I'E.S 1

cool krrert., and friendly turned to her home after spending Mrs. R. B. Trask. I
time In St. Augustine recii Baby Limas
some .
series to br lound In Sternberg'aStore. Ibs
25cl ,
In fart, folk, we do everything pcratlng from a minor operation.Mr. Mr. and Mrs F. A. Canova and LARD 2
but 'children of Gainesville were guests 3 Pounds 25cF1.4.
to please the cuntonier I :;.J Mrs. J. G. Lynn IInd I Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother,
r..ltnu.nt. IJon't let the relativesLake ... I In __ _
serve children were I Mrs. E. E. Canova. '/
picture on the left near >ou away. City Sunday They were aa c RIB

I'm really K pretty h rn>ie..t lfu>'. companied home by the latter I A. W. Anderson, Mr and h's. CHEESE SAL
will: l IOe
Earl Amerson who Lb.
brother B. L. Kerce. and H. B. Kerce of STEW
spend a while with them.Mrs. Lake Butler spent Saturday in 3 For lOc
s Jacksonville
J. C Gal'nt'r.ho has been Pound 20c I
y -
; ? Leesvilk, PIG; FEET Ea. 25c : 4
in 88\'S
SWIMSUITS visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randal and __ { {
La., returned to her home her children of Jacksonville were
Sunday. Mrs. Garner was accompanied of Mrs. Randall's
guests Sunday MACARONI

employed home by by the Mr.State Garner Road who Departmcnt. I\JI. rez.patents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alva MACKEREL Ea. 5c MILK

!Stxle! aid Bruuty 4 25c
--- 3 For 1 Dc .:f:,.. Large
--- Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright I Ii I 1

S2.49 $2.95 ter Mrs.Miss Leon Marjorie McLrndt.n' McLendon and daugh, of i week-end Sr. had as their their daughter guests and for son-the I II BOLOGNA Lb. 12Vc ) lOc

X Mr-" N'1 ion Jacksonville and Paul McLendol I in-law, Mr. and Mrs D. T. Clark I MATCHES I ('I'T ,
of the State Farm were guest
TOGS Sunday cf Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews of Miami.P5.LPD 'Bottle r
and Dr. and Mrs H. B Me- 3 Boxes IOc I Lge.
SWIM TRUNKS Lendon. E __

ILL COLORS AUL COLORS Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Emmcrson 24

SI.00 and $1.95 $1.00, $1.49, $1.98 Jr.. of Raleigh. N. C., Mrs. Dick COLUMNFOR Flour 121bs. LB, 80cl .i4c

McDowell and Miss Martha Rich J4
seeds of
LDIES. S: CHII.DRES'SSUN ardson of High Springs were recent SALF.--Best quality SACK
visitors of Mr and Mrs. T. K. all varieties. PrIces right. Su-
1" McClane Jr, wannee Store. tf :
SUITS and l'.liM OLIVP u( I

Friends (Iflra..C B Price wil FLOWERSEvery kind for every TEA

SHORTS50cto$1.39 be turned glad to to her learn rome that after she has being re- occasion.at reasonable Attractive prices.arrangements Mr-. COCOA PEKOE J SOAP SOAP r i Ir'

N. D. Wainwrlght. Phone
the Alachua ;
confined to
vile!! for severs 4.2341PORTORICO 20c Bar 6c 10 Bars 25c
Hospital in Ga.r.: 2 Lb. Can 10c Yz.Pound _. ; ii

weeks. potato vines $1.00 I II

KINDS OF and per M If you gather otherwise\ ....LI..It.R'\ "... iIEST flOt'L t'REP
Mr. and Mrs.! J B Carlisle M. C. A. Brown ...mp- h

'1 POLO SHIRTS Miss annual Virginia commencement! Fugate attended cotillion the al : non Jt.50, Florida.per 5ltdtpWANTED ,,I 20 lbs. $1.001 SUPER SUDS 3for f 30e

r the Bonn Military. Academy U : Man with car to takeover ,i FLOUR &

c'OTTOS'S'IJ RAVON Jacksonville aa guests of I'adel profitable Rawleigh Route.

Carlisle. Established customers. Must be 25c Cigarettes 2 pkgs. 25c
AlKay 1 AU Tobacco, 2 plus; ,
satisfied with earnings! of $30 a
50c to $1.00IT Miss Martha Erownlee Misf week to start. Write Rawleigh's

Elise Richards, Mine Grace Camp FAF-223-101Z.. Memphis Tenn.. ors AU Snuff, 3 cpns 2sc Prince Albert can lOc

bell. all of Jacksonville.! Mr and l
PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S I Mrs. S. T. Dell and S. T Dell Jr.,,. Eta 5-28-4tp JI 45cu

of Galnosvllle! were dinner guesti Pork & Beans, 16-oz. can Sc Syrup, Gallon
j M.. FOR RENT- Furnished apart-
I Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J.
I Brownlee. ment. See Mrs. S. R. Johns. Ito k

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''J BILL s.\\'ES REPUBLICANS Democratic --
PMMUDA TO PROni'CE (I' paity;
tB4MRMBflHBk P I might have the they
*>* TALLAHASSEE The soltdly- balan
Senate The present! law ,., "*"r',
OF LEAF THIS SEASON: 11 Democratic Florida approved qli.,
a bill to pi event loss of the Re- to poll thirty pet -nl' ", oar*
I I GAINESVILLE Pending favor- LIVE STATE NEWS publican party's official standingIn Hit standing. )R rubl, 'males''

: FARMERS SECTIONConducted : able weather during the growing the state The bill declares a dates failed to do K, ln"M|-

Florida farmers will ParaGraphs recognized political party shall be elections, both c.f aril< ", art
season pro- News of FI.rld.ln Short ''IBl,
duce 10,000,000 or more pounds of one that polls at least fifteen percent ocratlc landslides.
by Demonstration Agents B
1 bright! leaf tobacco. this season, according M! of the vote In either of the two ----to._

to a report from the State I preceding general elections, and Man and insects f<,, n
Agricultural Extension Service {: only such parties may nominate In most successful blc.lopi 110'
III __ "& ------ --- -- and have their candldate.8' .
I primaries In existence. 4p
I The report, based on estimatesby i I "PLrCiOERS" ('Oo.i'I'I'EUI :. pnonrcTioN INCREASE: :
I crops and occupy ]lens space. than county agents in the main producing TAMPA- Nine operators of slot names printed on the general ...

it: 'I Hints To Housewives any other vegetable, with the pos- counties, showed that 1937 ,I machines were convicted in municipal TAMPATampa the cigar highest production for election ballot. "We've got Re- Florida] exports in .....
sible exception of beans They are acreage devoted to this crop Is 1 court on charges of plugging: In May was publicans In Florida, and we can't this year showed an mcreat. ,. '>I
the 1931 peak,
frop-e;;: one of the vital vegetables and one 45,i per cent larger than that of slot machines to alter the payoff. that month since shoot 'em" said l Chairman Touch- proximately one million ap.
, IWmon.trK. of United States Internal Mart
Y. Wwkty versatile. total of figures the ton of the Elections committee."We over those
of the most 1930. Pleased with the They were fined $25 each by Judge bureau here revealed. of the Mme. tt-
K. ; thin !Spn' < lull"tA, TaUaJuaaMoeit Tomatoes contain vitamins and $1,500,000: they received for 7,200- Tom Watkins revenue want to keep them out of the 1938. In
manufactured were
health-giving' propel'ties.! Tomatoes 000( pounds In 1936 and hoping for i(I Total cigars
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about -
units which was -
, .. HOME: OAKIJEN PLANTS are also an important part In prices as good this scasan, Florida HEAD': ASSUMES!: IIAKCiK 36,776,351
time to have d IShe.4, Including appetizers, producers would be growing an |I 6,000,000 ahead of last year's production FUNERAL DIRECTOR :
.1i, There Is Mill ample many SANFORD-! Head, former' Government rev e nue
I of roselle next: fall, provided main vegetables, soups, salads< relishes even larger acreage had the number of C. Years :: ..... It
i a row I manager the Charlotte N. amounted to $153,429.25, as compared My Many Experience Possible( for Mr to, f.:""d f
t time In planting condiments, and pickles. As of plants not been reduced by r
you waste! no further I: Piedmont League Baseball club, arrived with $129,207.39( In 1936. \-
the seeds or the plants,, LntePtaiteil the dinner vegetable, tomatoes may blue mold.l here to take charge of the +-- EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COfRTEOUS SEKUCF: -
successful broiled with the steak' or chops, and unfavoi able MODERATE PRICES
) roselle Is often more be Blue mold weather Sanford Lookouts of the Flo.klnState COMPLETE: PLANSST. :.
and baked, stewed or scal DeWITT C. JONES:
c than the earlier plantings stuffed were responsible for many I League. Head will replace
late Towards late Bummer'\ and out CLOUD--Arrangements for Starke Florida
. because of the danger from loped. farmers being late in selling Bill Rodgers, who 1.4' going; to
\ sturdy full the Irresistible smell of tomatoes this the Department of Florida
spring frosts. Six or eight plants: season. Charlotte as pilot there.FAST ,
i plants will supply you with nn cooking travels like an incense With\ 3.500 acres in cultivation, | ----. four-day
1 abundance of rich, red, fleshy from kitchens all over the land. Suwannee County will continue to j I 1OIllJACKSONVILLE.After encampment here, June 13-16, were

+r calyces for making Juice fine jc-lly, Both ripe und green tomatoes lead l the state in production. This rearing completion. Chairman Ed
V Ii |
J ,; : sixteen
of George, of the housing committee, IT'S HOT
utilized an variety WEATHER
jam, and Bauce. are is 1,200 larger than that of i!
relishes' such as i acreage years, police have recovered' n gun stated" more than 300 residents had
should l be plenty pickles preserves last SURE
i The given year.Acreage
, plants
1 plcalilll and chili and In rich appetizing reported missing: on agreed to accommodate two or
; of room for growth, spacing estimates for 1937 In I
i ; in the purees. It would be quite j the pawn-shop detail found a .32- more of the visitors during the encampment -
them at least six fel.tapart toma- the ten main producing cult bra revolver which, cheeked This together with
to have too many
I 4 row. The plants grow rapidly' end toes Impossible and the provident housewife I are as follows: Alachua,COUnUI'8/; /with their "stolen fire-arms sheet," the regular hotel accommodations, TII.'r'i'In' EVERYBODYIS : aL f
Hamilton, 2,500 Lafayette ; turned out to be stolen fromS.
propt. could not be, contented unless she ; a gun will insure comfortable housing for ICtvU'IIIMi: FOR A BIT
I has IIn ample supply In the home, 'Columbia, 1.650; Madison, 1,600; I \\". Douglas then living at 1326E. I all. 'fl.":: OF ICE' COLO COCA.
You still have time to plant another garden. I Holmes! 21; Marion, 160; Jefferson, Duval St., on June 3, 1921.F,1'ES --.-.......-- (-OLA.0T WII.LEEl..
hot weather plant and It hapt 250; and Jackson, 115. Other counties -' .--- :MI'CH BETTER IF H)(' DO
about At one time the tea plant was
relative of roselle [ If you wish Information leaf 'I UK i'>.\:\11'':.
t t; pens to be a near canning and other wise I that produce some blight i j SEVEN: COl'NTS: grown, experimentally In South
w} okru Eggplants and peppers, growing are Baker, Calhoun, Bradford i I MARIANNA State Attorney Carolina. I
utIlization of tomatoes, ask your I
too like warm, well-prepared soil Leon and Union. i John H. Carter, Jr., filed criminal

1 and will yield a fine summer' and County for Home of DemonstrationAgent the bulletin I The state's only tobacco market i Information charging L. B. Thomas DELICIOUSREFRESHING
fall supply of pods and fruit for copy at Live Oak will open early in a negro, with manslaughter on -
cooking and for. making dill "Why Grow Tomatoes. August. seven counts. Thomas was the .

F ,r y pickles I I driver' of a truck which sideswipeda 'Ic ;
.\'Itt\ca! IN'ItASE1):
Tomatoes Well, if you' are goingto SUNNY FARM school bus near the ApalachicolaRiver

enjoy one of the greatest luxuries LAKE BUTLERCounty Agent Mr. O. E. Crodb.v, Correspondent \w! bridge just outside Chatta-
j of mid-summer, it is time theY L. T Dyer:\ said here that the Sea j jj hoochee May 9, Seven Greensboro s
plants were well on Ihe road to Island cotton acreage In Union had j 1---1: j high school boys were killed z J

maturity It takes at least 100 increased' this year to 933, whichIs I Jones_ of J __Starke. and_ :Tom Welch I II --
days for the tomatoes you plant a tiiple over the 1936 production.< I and GV, Hicks of staike spent CROPS BETTER:

t from seed to lusciously ripe and -. Sunday In Ocala. I LAKE CITY--A heavy rainfall HAPPY "SOLES
r ready for the table Andy Lotshaw of the Chicago Mr. and :'11'8. J. R. Kelly and : throughout Northeast and Northwest -

Tomatoes are one of the longest Cubs Is the highest paid trainer in baby were visiting her parents, | Florida on last Sunday and TURNED OUT BY ?
bearing and most abundant of the major leagues. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Diiggers in to
j Monday brought glad tidings
t Lake Butler Sunday afternoon farmers in general and tobaccigroweis > Hollingsworth'sSHOE
I' Mrs.1 H Blown Mis. Inca Kelly
in it
I particular was reported -
s! 1 and Miss: Nona Brown were guests I STARKE COCA-COLA
: Cox,
j by Guy county agent
ALL YOU NEED IS ONK TOI I', of :Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs, Clay this week after making a summary SHOP
: ton Johns In Staike Sunday afternoon BOTTLING COMPANY
of results the
STAR throughout
W L\\1 .\... 1.o.iOS:. TIIEKE .\HE1"I'I'tns
!i$ A TELEPHONE : :]' :. belt this week Tobacco prospects,
l'O.H P.IN: I Mr und Mrs. L. A Crosby and despite the blue mold epidemic in
I ISli I children i were dinner guests of her [ the eaily spring, will\ show a net :. ; CAN

IA{t -- ---- --- -- --- --- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. :Mc-: increase of 45,5 percent,. according i RKI'AIK THEM: TO !STEPOFF
Rae of Pine Level Sunday, i 1 to county agents' in the ten tobacco :MANY fOMFORTABLK -

Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine Lev- i counties embracing the Florida "",\1'1'\' :\III.F.S" FOK)<<

f el spent Monday night with her' belt ICXT.

: ; ELECTROLUXKerosene cousin, Miss Arsula Crosby heie.Mr .
? *! and Mrs U a. Sapp and In 1604., the Bible had been

r Operated RefrigeratorGives I children of Lake Butler were visiting translated< into 72 languages; today TRY 'EM
i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby it has been translated into

Eb j here Sunday after spending a while 835. I

"' f Mitli leltttlves In Jasper I _ _
Miss Neta Kelly attended tHe
AT LOW COST dance at Miss Ferrol Jones' at

1 Starke Saturday night.

;I ROBERTS CASH STORE Fred Halslop of Jacksonville was
OKTIUNfiTON: SPRINGS: visiting his parents. Mr. and< Mrs.
I ''\T. R, HalHlop here Saturday night.

1 _- -h- _- -- Among those attending the union IS A DEC ISIVE ANSWERMITCHELL'S
China Grove
i meeting at Saturday
were Mr. and Mrs \V. T. Crosbyand

!son William Mis. A S Crosby r-
4 and L A. Crosby. I
The tobacco crops in this section

are looking fine. The farmers are :Boo .-,." 11ksr
all busy getting' their barns ready

F for harvesting the crop.WOODLAWN. .
Bradford County Telegraph

Starke Fla.
Mrs..t.' J, Yarbrough, Cor.: I I1lr Starke Fla.

and Mrs. H. Boyer; of this June 1, 1937
section have moved to New Yorkto
Gentlemen :
I make their home.

Mrs Walter Thomas of Rising
Just like to know
thought you might
I section was called! to the bedside of

: her son, E. E. Yarbrough who was of the amazing:: results I recently obtained -
I seriously ill, but is Improving now
Mr. and Mrs Tom Wright of this with a small one-inch advertisement -

section have moved to Jacksonville. in '
1 EIINTiIP your paper. .
Sir. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard

i I Jacksonville were visiting his parents I have always known that advertis-

| Mr. and Mrs C I. Hilliard,
I Sunday.S. ing in large quantities paid but

H Thompson was a business I have often doubted the wisdom of
for Summer visitor to Lake Geneva Monday
,; i afternoon.RECOMMENDATION. I using a very small space to carry a

: -_. I message to readers.

; Protection ; However my experience with our
I Horace Greeley once w t>te an
editorial advocating the running of .' One Spot Flea Killer ad has convincedme

t an early milk train from West- :: on this point. We have always
Chester' to New York When .
\ frr.h coat of pol.llltIn make jour home City.
enjoyed a good sale on this product
[ the article appealed in print "milk" ,
keep the talus of jour property up to par. I There was great consternation I ther '
.! on the part of the farm"rsho|I II by a series of twelve one and a

NOW I. THE BEST TIME: OP YEAR I came in a body to see Mr Greeley. I i ti half inch advertisements in the

rwr.L PAINT:. AND REPAIR JOB, Their wrath was mildness' Itself I,
compared with his. Asking for the Telegraph. :

guilty compositor, he wrote a letter I 'r' Results were almost immediate and '
-::: = to the foreman of the composing -
room ordering his immediate now at the conclusion of the schedulewe

-IEn c discharge. The letter, of course, find our sales on One Spot Flea
was written In the Illegible Greeley .
r'jnUyf sr style ', Killer have more than doubled. Evi- :.

.:.41"N"r The compositor asked to have dently, every inch of the Telegraphis
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the letter for
a keepxake. It was
: ;.a==
) : : :
> very carefully read
written on paper with the Tribune your
j 't: W"He. heading, and the only part of it scribers
e I ..;;.
.. .
...", which could be rE'adVa. the sign
ture. "Horace Gretley." The compositor Yours
r WE CAN SUPPLY EVERYTHING I went across the street and very truly, '

applied for a job In the Times office I Mitchells Drug Store ,

NEEDED WHEN YOU BUILD ANEW and produced Horace Greeley's I ( Signed) D. P. Carpenter, Owner
letter, presenting it as a rec
1 HOME OR REPAIR ommendation. It was accepted; I
and the man was given work for

d t ; YOUR OLD ONE. nobody unacquainted with Greeley' i- itien FROM'THE SMALLEST CLASSIFIED TO THE BIGGEST DOUBLE SPREAD
writing could read It.Chris

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one-half 1 0 fAmerica's
t I naval ttores are shipped COUNTY TELEGRAPHrpw
*r.\KHK .
}T.4 '
i I'[from Jacksonville! and are its moat j
1.i I Important exports.

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.'.. r there, IM. a great opportunity for I I I applause In this worlU but the MISSION: II ILL --1 j l BAI-11ST ASSOCIATION! '.vastly larger numbers of all our alion can we have. a genuinelygreat w; "It" ,t 1'

Christian service. The young ear of the soul of Abraham can '' "Be not conformed to this world MET: AT ('IIIS.IU; )\ E
yIy JONESCofnments Christian. enters the first Uoor He I hear the applause of angels, and but be ye transformed by the renewing The fifth Sunday meeting of the Only by getting way from all from the handicaps. under, which, ,,1n ; 1\\

BOB makes a mnterlultatlc choice. He I mingled with the applause is the I' of your minds" Romans. New River Baptist Association | (such lopsidedness and 1 lying an In. ': all classes! of SoiUhein people DOW 1)1', t.I ,

On Here substitutes comfort and eHue.. for I voice of God saying, "Well done : 12:2: was the Ihl'meof the message I convened with the rhlnia Grovel. i I I finitely broader and sounder fuund.r. suffer. The Progressive, Farmer
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IIH service I Lot the nephew of Abraham thou good: ( and, faithful servant." brought from. the lesson on the Church Saturday and Sunday with .'. i i'I ,

IIn II.'I and Hereafter made a legitimate trade with j k es, lift may seem like drudgery to thioe! V's ( The Vision, The Vow a large/ attendance and fine Inter-| :',. ,
'In. his undo. However he choHe.. a the faithful. There Is nut much and The Visitor when the class. eat manifested. Out of the eight-II 1 '

the sin of then certain section because there was that Is thrilling in contact with ': met for Bible study Tuesday night. een churches cumpl'I"lnthlll/ Association
;11." 111',' nkea'm is constant prayer 'water for cattle but he had to donkeys and camels and cows. The I! When Jacob lecelved a vision of there were members For Expert Repairing

."' to Protect even ear his children among sinners. He dust of the desert {Is not so pleus- |i God's ability and promises though I present from. all but two

\0 ,no sent. grace from. a nmterialls.ptiun took better care of cattle than he ant.. I It Is much more exciting at u I I his head had reached the lowly I Of especial Interest and benefit I li
p. 'nIeU ? life.
?,c on .> of Christian has young two ialism.\ Judas Iscariot had been the eternal principles hold. If we i I vision.. ciime- he straightway made the Pine Grove Young people ;, Smith's Garage i; r
. ,180n 'ni l is a door leads with Jesus"' Christ for three years. would save our life, we must lone a vow that since God would be with under the able direction of Rev. I }
" Wore! ,.....1., .II'(him. One There is a He had heard what the others had It. We get by giving. We live by him he would /give a tenth of all und Mrs. H-.wker who are the "un- ',| 9
PI- ata: a ,m of comfort. andHrwou heard. He knew something of dying. before there Is a resunec- I his possessions to HIM and then der shepherds" of that I'utlcular'fold. '' v i
)', orlenlal rugs milchpportlllty truth. He had heard Jesus saysomething linn, there must he l a ctucifixiim.LAWTEY. he wrestled all night with the messenger I Phone 120 I
In chandeliers but not -- ---. the .. and I
about a man gaining the until blessing came _.
for Christian service whole world and losing his own he was there transformed and was The yearly average of forest I Wrecker Service Day or Night c cr

The! th1 door opens Into a on plain the soul. Yet Judas Iscarlot sold I j 0. J. Phillip. f.rrr.p...dent ,1 no more culled Jacob but Israel. fires I In the United States Is 4.700. i
room.rhere is no carpet Christ for thirty pieces of silver So, also was the transformation.. of _,.----. |

I., rat lights are dim. The bedKn The person who knows the will of i 1t0'hUihlhiKlto'r Fire Saul on the road to Damascus and Maine Is believed to we the only '" "
I .> rh" salary: Is' small. But God for his life and .refuses to do I II Workmen are busily engaged In who became Paul after his visionof I stale in the union which harbors I! I I

the will of God because there arc building a frame house to replace his MIster .
no poisonous a I
-FREE I I material advantages. In doing some I the home of Mr and Mrs T. J. Likewise all who would be transformed :i ._ i ALADDINLAMPS

I thing else, sells Jesus Christ us Terry recently destroyed by foe a1'I and receive a blessing, 'I'IIE| : SOOirs 1.II'ioI\11ti-\ : ) t Mi5 \ {)1)1i'tlF

Aa atuacltv4 vent pocketa : truly as Judas Iscariot sold Him short distance west of the city. It' must get the vision mike the vow It In high time to get away j I i

B bum; dd'reopad[ and plated.to nearly two thousand years 'ago. is expected. that work will be completed I and. receive the visitor Christ the I from all the lopsidedness'' that has

i I .oil\ 10 denrl' Money was the god of Judas. Money in the near futuie and the ] Lord.A ''so long held buck In the :South' '
E7bRIDAPHOTO CO Is the god of even many Terry family will be able to occupy fellow Mission\ .. wot ker front I 1.'e have depended! too much

Icl! 21 r2cksonvUI.. Fla. ing Christians p..ofeR8'1 their new dwelling. I Miami\ attended the meeting tutu\ on btawn and not enough on brain,

a' MThe week and had a taut In the net vice too much on miracle and, not See Them At ...1 4
11I..lulllnlCIoHI..rn: I'luiiiliiiiK : Next week a spi-ciiil teacher or mind
curtain goes up It Is thefirst I I enough on I THE BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
J. U. Simmons, contractor. of poakcr with special music andhelpers too much
2. \\ have depended
ServiceBennett's act Lot Is in I the city of For \ -
At Your dum. He Is a gatekeeper His wife Htaike. Is installing. a moik-in ate expected, und an In- on Hgilcultme. and nut enough on We Will Allow $1.00 Trade-in g?
I plumbing In the home of xpiiing service' anticipated
t'a is whirl in society.. of sensuality The children Everybody.are. In I Mr and Mis.system H. B. Arwood this -- -_..-- '-- imlu.sliy 3'e have depended. too much \ On Any Oil Lamp, Regardless I i',

seems happy. There Is laughter 1 1i I week Mr und Mia.. K.: M. Bennett 1'1:1-:1111':0.: : : l.tI..I.1'1'111': ; : Ion plant pro locLion and not enough I Of Condition. I ICI,
( have \\ 11.1. :slop rKn\ii''ii.i I
i Recently completed renovating -
11 i and I wine. We nay It Is a romE.''')'. on animal production.J "
I The audience applauds. The "show, and molding their din Piesidi-nt Gillis of the Semite We have' depended too much I ''i

1111 l a success. The curtain goes ing room. ,' predicted!, after n conference with on making money. and not enoughon :BRADFO@tlARQJYARE CO. 1

i down. Now It Is up for. the last : lantern' of both houses that the saving moneyS :

\\ II H1tIUC..\ act. It isn't comedy. It Is tragedy. ('rop Report I Legislature will !iidjotiin on time We have depended too much :
A few strawberries still for the fltst time in education that J Ills for. economic
la.. .1N1): OILS I Lot Is t trying- to get his chill are moving Friday night on .
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I di'en out of Sodom. He tells them from this section as growers. : years. Independence und the eniichment I
Serv. Sta. I Ithe cloud 1 of God's wrath has gathicted who have not alteiidy burned olf He made the statement" a fewminutes of life.
their fields continue to fluit after the Senate voted IJ.'e have depended, too muchon
.\M> l.l'XOI ROOM2m: : Iiestiuctlun. Is. at hand but pick up.
he seems as one that mocked. He und sell to local tltickets.. Suing I proval of Its! rules committee's our relatively small wealthier 1 1w
beans from here In that bill of kind lasses.. to make the South -
I rushes out of the doomed city are moving a !i suggestion\ no any ( pioHpercni.s
I leaving Home of haw children. behind. small way and it Is expected that be considered. after three cluck and rot enough on the development 1
shortly a huge. crop. of lima beans I Friday afternoon.i Impiovement of the
I him. His wife turns to of ;
u pillar \\III be harvested in this section. i i long has been. customary. for -
I salt. The two children. who stayed Some, serious | both houses to their clocks. '\It rlsuN'il' ,, LAVDA5 .I
.. ClOpS me reported in I stop : \ I. h'a.-I, '' glad II I.' I'' ,111"1"lOr :
with him him. There .
ai NI4/ disgraced need of lain ut the present time.I 1 shortly before quitting time and Iti, IL: oit"' ..r.r 1v.he'gan 'I'n I
1 was a drunken The devil's' 'n.ed. I" 1'1', ,,1t.'I\\' 'lint
I'Inp ...."... orgy 'I i woik on for hums or even days. Itg ItINt, I 110. '.lIhl ,'wUlte, I" Ih ', ,III
) u'..eonIon. | show always begins with comedy. i On these occasion the leiiislativi1jomn.tls i .Inds" ,. ? "r Itrnlrnr', r "untn'. 111 dint y'I
1Iii .. ra .. but always closes with tragedy.Lot : 1 *, lieildish: I Knti-l; 't.iinn I tool'm. dsI" I""0 '14''id" sash, 1,, flan" 'ItI 1 t ( I 'J I
'' do not re'ord! ilu' :-"IMBnf );:t ., ,, ,III' 'II' (
I. I *" N I' II t 111'' Mrs\ V. I P. Reddish rmeitallied I pus' 1,11 ,11.1' I lint l?
I.............. as 10a chose well-waleied 1 land for his : all' L." d' t" ". dII I II
/ r./ul/ l..rip au cattle instead of environment the ladies of the Baptist \\' M. U ttmi' I ,', \ :, :. .:mil.,,, : .;in',,:. -11,1:, : e I
,,,. .. u spiritual[ -- -- ....
lon.rn b at her home Tuesday with a full I I. I.' .1 ''N n .
1I1I..III'h 'u'ft for his children. Abraham I'me fire, ( iiiltivitti'dIn 'ipples' w'"re .
!Iann.yv clay Htuily cool sr lot iiit-inbiis of \d "" "? "Ile'I A'I'I
't tar was unselfish Hi was magnanimous .
I Holland.\ ,
that body Those attending this I .i e
) He put spiritual ,values' -
enjoyable affair weie Mrs T. J --- -"' ? JUST A TOUCH j !'
iliove mateiial values. Ix-t there . 'fn" SEE
I Tony, MIS .1. I'. Wyrick. ll"SI!
he und no between strife my between her linen me and und!! their thee" ,I U.! Futch Sirs O J. AndeiH.. ,Mis EASY TO FIND WHAT YOU WANT SWIt1GS IT SO YOU CAN REACH EVERY ',

: II. B. AI\\'uool.1\II'". Smith Mis I)
hi-rdrnen, for we bo brethren" 'cI
Abraham loved peace more than he 1.1], PhIllip and Miss Uildy Wyilck'Inv EASY TO PAY FOR INCH OF SHELF SPACE

love.I land and water tind l tattle.Flu' I I
curtain ROCS: up. Abraham sits I 1 1"1\ IIwnt Time Up (il ..VIC.N: lH.lt: : AM. I;
on the tent door with his wife. Sa- Local property owners are advised !
I 1--1: F1t: .:NI'ftlN: : \11: : l'.11.31.'t'r'rlteNNFN 'I
that the time fur payment of }
mil. and they look tip at the stars c. IY -- ,
In the mute belted dome of the propel ty taxes In the city of Law- : : ; K K: llOXF.s( : naaff

I eastern. sky. They talk aboui God ley without penalty attached will

There. is the tinging of the camel be up Monday June 7, and persons ALL COLORS ,
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II bells, the lowing of the cattle and ire ,advised to pay on or betote
the dust of the desert.. The that date to avoid penally. I .
place %y1S .r ,, 11 I .I
I "' bi-ems dull. There Is not much exciternent. I I I

'. Must of Abraham and 'I, IVrsoii.iN : :)

# '" i Saiah'a. life was online Of course, Mm.s, Lois GnlUmuy and bioihi'ts. _

1, i \\'tIJ':;'HIP I 1)'I'i there was exciting moments.: The Albeit. and bMiiirmd.: of Srnicy. :I 1hl
; 01. ; angels visited them once In a while '
J. and there wits some fighting, which I cnta... i iI II

: / ; r. %( Abraham would, do If he had to. I this week
I1r,8'2 iir'.T.J But God was first. The curtain H II Thede was, a business vJa- I

iN ILE goes down and there Is not much I ili.i to TalUtliuSice Friday. :.
I ii. C. Harley spent the wtek-end! I
m Jacksonville vl"illngC..tends.. C J c
J JACKSONVILLE Garlic "Parsley Iliac, iju.lil" Miiiiu Thedi, a stu.Itnt I I

HI I the 1.'I01lo1n state! Collegetor :

GARNEII ANDREWS...,..' \\ In HIGH BLOODPressure to her home hole Friday. where. : New invention 30%
ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .I. the. It IIt--:: 4iltr.r.N: :: gives more ,
..od"., fiicpiool haul ,In .the (h.... ol' down she will spend the summer Vacation
town JacLtomr.llt./ Envy room moth tub and ( .\UIr.'I'1: \ ola' \ncl front-shelf for food make. rli ;
ilio.lr, ,oil ."cr.! tiding, Ian, radio, ilaHidKMMimi .. room ,
dos, ,E..,. Bed ooh, lnn.ripnnfHTCH Mis. James G. Godwin of the
.. and rtadmf, lamp. Runninf icno Medical Science now (r' } tate! Kami was visiting at the NEW AND USED FURNITURE work easier and saves current iI
M ,we..Hoar. fttntea, that Essence: fall of home of her mother, Mrs V. K. I Y '.

(O.,IAll AIR LOUNGE CONDITIONED. COffEE SHOP (in garlic High' often Blood cames Pressure a lleddlsh. Tuesday af lei noon. { '

DINING AND MEETING ROOMS .and relieve...ch dutresvnR.ymptnmi .. 11. C Pearce who was injured in DENMARK FURNITURE CO. THE intention every woman has wanted (rll 11
Ritai..$!nfa ulln.. Pr,....lath ncaa and llead..hea... _- an automobile wreck south of the I HERE'S '
I Roo.. 12.00 10 R_ I Thomaoda of Htinkerers iah r, > A brand new idea-SAV-A-STEP-that
(I]Room 1 Blood Pressure "" 1 city Saturday night, was removed I'I'I .. .
MOO 14 ROOM $ly0] CarlicParslryTable _____ __ ,
I uv AULIMIN: Kaaenc of to the Veterans Hospital at Lake n keeps all the foods use most in the handiest place ever
'_ 1.HW ..* fH.,.. .... ... No u.... No oilor. No druga. |I you I
S1p1wowfird.H.u1 SaiKlaclory tenths or money back inarnn- City Monday. for whole .l tin 4
found for them-takes everything a I lt e to
Qit, .. i i. >ou ia H.,. te..d.. Ask for them br name OC Mrs. Chas. Dinkins was visiting Jar 1 h .
ALLIMIN. Large package only. 11'q
wo'n PATI1N HOTEL ottOTO It-lends at Maxvill Monday after kitchen table at one trip-saves the current wasted by repeated j
0-.,_ '........O. For auk' Byi (
-- i MIT HEI.I/S DRt' STOnE noon.Mr. opening of the refrigerator-and actually give ,{
and Mrs Karl: Edwards, who ht; a
-- -- === ..
shelf than other of the
have been spending Nome time In 30% more frail space refrigerator

Jacksonville returned to their same site give you!
home here Monday
YOU CAN NOW BUY Miss\ Marlon Parrish! of Jacksonville SWEWe'll
was the week-end: guest of her I dtOUSES CURTNNS This feature alone would make Stew.rt-Warner the bell I I'}

NESCO, PURITAN or PERFECTION sister. Mis. O. J. Anders. buy in refrigeration. Yet it's only one of a dozen bit features T
Anders visiting II
Miss Pauline was
in this beautiful box SI.ID-A-TRAY, TILT-A-SHLF,
.relatives and friends In Plant Make Them
City: over the weekend.Mis. and many others-you'll be delighted. with very ooe. For

OIL RANGES O. J. Phillips wan whopping All Good .1 New! 1 '
.n Jacksonville Wednesday.OTItK I vI); they at last give complete refrigerator convenience-p.> {

-A- -, V1 nit you to arrange things to suit your own personal IdeM i i

I \ TO HOLDERS: OF : SS CUT the corners -and let you do your kitchen work with half the efiorc
HIC.lDKOKIt ('ut'uir\', H.OItlO, v. Y
OIL STOVESOIL KKFrMMXJ; BONUS.Bradtoid \ on your budget the ,

I County Florida Refunding dry cleaning way! Utzs We've another surprise for you, too, in our new easy payment +'

I Bonds of January Int., plan-the simplest easiest plan we've ever offered, '
1934, numbered as follows; 10, 11, I You don't need to

BURNING WATER HEATERS 13, U, 16. 17 18, 19, 21. 21. 23 215, I for with surprisingly mod. '

J2 34. 35. 45 47, and, 18, are called j J spend money est monthly paylDelltaIpread '
for payment at par. and accrued \
ANDREFRIGERATORS interest July Int., 1937 at the Central brand new things.r out to suit your SMALL

Hanover Bank and Trust Co., You'll be just as ; + convenience. Let us ex '
of New York. N. Y. DOWNPAYMENT
I '
I Board of County Commissioners, glad to use the old I plain when you stop to r

Bradford I County, Florida. I RUGS afterthey've look at the new Stewart d
ones again
June 4 I fUR.5 Warner toddy or tomorrow
With Oil Burning Freezing Units -- -- been renewed
('.\IIJ OF Til.\.NKSWe sure! .

wish to express our deep ap- by us, for Pay on Easy .

WITH SMALL PAYMENT DOWN I preciation to our friends and neigh. they'll look like T
burs who were an kind snot thought- I Monthly .rm. I

I tul during the Illness, and death of new.
our husband and father, T. M. fla.I V '
6 TO 12 MONTHS TERMSFOR I gan.'e are: most grateful also to

I Dr. \\' F:. lll'lilleton and Dr C. J. E I'1JHART
I for their untiring efforts to STARKE I
I 3 a"e hu suffering! and for the beau4lful 'G S 5rHbNE
floral offe, lags given. InFriendship' G DRY CLEANERS a
rfincvrely. ': I ST.\EKE.: H'Ii _\. i '

J. R. C'ARLISU!. Owner )\fl. T :M. Hagan. 23'J ,
Mr. Horace D. May\ r
Mri. Bessie Andrew ttu4



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1 r /o"rs'-Coltoll' \t>rHlt.4, the nlli-KHllonr* of ,unlit bill p/ipcr/ of general clrriildtlun pnhllcrd --.1,
Bradford GREEN TAKESBREATHING | Bloomi I..r i-iiniplalnl ,,lll be Inl,." 1111 Confessed III Bradford, I'iniiitv., Florida.
County Telegraph 'by Null. M.illev I Anderson, II I 1011'I: : !> OKIiKltKI" ) lit Hturke,
SPELL I i first bright yellow cotton I .In further orl l.*re...,thut thin order, FI(>rlda. 'Ililn' the jnil. dny of June, SUWANNEE"STORES
I j I bloom of the season was brought tc' .Iw published once a week for fourioiiMcrnllvp .\.1>. l 11'37.!
Established: 1877 %%srks In Bradford A..1 THOMAS, ricrk,,
HOPHS: CONGRESS ADJOURNS l town Wednesday by L. D. GreenIwho ,Count)' TplPKIHPli.I S/tliily (1."lItI..1 I Si IA': I.II4'r'l'fo
I I tc, .ill.Hulled 1 In I'.rndfoid, : OK1 ''"1.0ltll'I
r IN TIME: FOR KINGSLEV \ hall eighteen acres planted ( \\1'|iaier | .
; N1GMf3Er.$1LORIa s==. .rj& I VACATION I this crop. -- 1"1'" \\'lIi"'H"' I'M..rl.In my, hand. anil official HpnlHI col'NTV I lierehy: UK.cerllflv HKAIih'oltl, that the> above
I ------. Slnikp. llrii.tr..il County Kli",rlla.this I mid foreirolnK I I : M n true ....|.Ioy.f theoilirlnal
\ ASSOCIATION \ / 2llh dav ..r I'i IM7 Older of Piil.JIcHlh.n made
tak-ing I Land SoldThe A. J. 'rllo7An, In, the I HH,, Ill. fHtife on file III my or. 1
I Clerk' of Circuit Court rlr. .. HilM' I the. 2nd day of June A. 1 H. ---
.J -94tw'tvw 'J crtida- home here this Meek from the( hectic Wilson Realty Corp. reported nf Hrailfonl Count v. FlnrMi I 11':11.I ': Vegetables
the mile thin week of the fiveaCI'e (H'PI-1AI.I SKA: ) .\. J'll0)M.S::!, ( '11'1" Always
: piesent session of Congress, 'KNK.IIT: ;' K.VH1IITSlalkf :: ((141'\1.1:
I plot In west Staike on ROil"Twentyeight Klorld.i.Allonipyi 1-F-ct-7.2
Class held out little hope for early adJournment !-
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second across from the Vin- for .plaintiff' / I ------ Fresh and Crisp
: but said he wished the H-4 ft-7-a OIIIIKII: III l>| III.'t"-lii\ "\"
I t1j :Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida job of lawmakingMould be completed Irg home 'i Sanford K.: Ritch. The >o-iu i.: TO '....1.: lit
owned L.. A. I i\ 4 I iii4 ini 01 11'1'. I-K.III-II: ..11.III 111'( : wr,1'1'1': OK ,l'LuIItlUA'1'(0 I :
In lime for him to spend at lund was formerly by i, It.. 41"1 1'1' 4IF Till-) All parllex liilinliiic interests tin*
; 1L.: :Matthew -_ Editor and OwnerSUKSCKIPTION' least purl, of the Hummer at his cottage Davis and It was learned that Mr i .1'1'1'1P I-| der. ., V\ II. l Itlockir I.M-eanvil, In the
) Itltch Intends to erect home on l-lllt Mil II/FO1111 40I1|' | lI > r..lI..wllllC .1..11.1( Lulls' to--11.
: u
on King.sley Lake. I 111 \<'I.IH.: INIJ'i: of jo(I':'11 of Sec 2(), Twp! 7 1-1., IL! i
'. the propel ty. I' 1\U, I'OH III All-4>llllI BZ 1.ltu": ,.. In rtrndfoid. .'..lIl1ly.(
: RATE The Congresman was elated over I '\t.; .Klorlda 1 1
j _. III \ \ 11\ < 11' lIH: :
: recent approval of the cross-state Al.tJOK.V: : "HOWl'I.IOOI'I'Ia'I.; ; ; :; ; : .. I TAKU XOTlCi" : that H Klllt (has
, ATTKNTIO.V' "UsstSUI1"S: : lalntlff heen liiKllitiled. lii' Itrartrdfil.
$1.30:> Six :Months ic-I'a'able; in Advance canal by the House Rivers and I Ci.utily
{; Yearly ; Why not make the next regular I VB 'Irtiilt i I'ourt In Clianceiy.' by the
Harbors Committee, und said there AI'Ol'I4.I'14! n.\ !Ill: ('I.tXlilNI'IiNL: : flllnn' of a .MI.ni" 10111|| ,,f ( .iiipliilnt' ,,
Advertising Rates on Application meeting of the club a live meaningful I liefpiidantHII '' by C'. It Moore, ax plaintiff nnralnxt
I was no doubt but what this Inipoi* one? Let then be a large I ,II i, Kin: Mvnncp: you. and 1 cadi of ,von a. derrnduntx;
"- Int project would! be flnully com 4IIIIIK.il ...-' PI III.IC' \' 'IOV Hi. lellef lielnir sought In sold suit

THIS WEEK: WE.: (;mEET: ;300() :NEW" : HEADERS pleted. Concerning Pre a I'dentRoosevelt's .June attendance 7, at 8:00:next o'clock Monday In the night court "[ XTATr..1 1 I"II'WI".1t1:1: I II'* KI.OHIKATO : CIJ.VfiKX-: : helnK I IX.. .I'IL forcfloRiire I":ltl.:l1 I.':,1,:tnf To InnriasTIIIS, t "',"AIJ I '151.;\;" -;um.hlllt'l Smull. (
I. !Supreme'! Court reform 1'1.:1':1.: .. \(0 1' .A.M; IJACII I I OK 1 1'ft, to appual l iltr.r.V: : I
This week and next t the Telegraph l will have the pleasure I house. | 1 II aptieiirliiic. '' from' tlip' sworn hill In .-,d.11111.." pending In mild courton
said : : :; : LIMAS
measure Congressman Green : : 3
I 1' that not already Ernest: Thornquest. Sec. of i'i.iiiiliiliit| and Ihs' affl'adlt' flltIn .Monday .Inly tie, IU7! ollierwlHethe 25c
of entering' 500<>< homes in Hrailford County are the House would follow suit by np- Ihs above entitled I-IIIIHP UnitiiHiiHtiiN llllenal"IOIIH of I the xaIII hill l ofcoinilalnl
Ir --_ .- -- .\ I Lu:, ,i1 Cllnipiir. t the !>* > Ii will .... taken 'an colifeNHd -
list. It has long been a custom( I proving I whatever action the Senate -
on our regular mailing :; j Mr and Mrs. Harold; Oertner.Mr. fetiilaiit hPtpln nanipd. In u rpftident l h" v. SLWSHINK ,
4 select I I I took. a Slate other, t limn t lie Slat of \\'I'I'Ij'H;; ; >I my hand' and, nfflclal/ a.run
I with us to send out sample|. l'flpilate in the !spring to a and Mrs F.rnesl Godwin, Mr. / .,'l.t.i. 11.-wh. Ihs. Stale' of Califor Ineiil of. sold '..'lit al his Coiintv. Pimentos 2 for
.. .
j make regular readers: of -- -- and Mrs. Page Paine4l. all of I..r,,: t thai IIIH Hpt'c'll'le iilacc'.. ol1 reslnrr l'unit" Mouse In Slai. .lie, BradfordI'oniily 1 13dTK.NOKIt
,(J list of prospects: whom we wish to Itli I UN pal"I/U nlnrlv HM IH known to I l''l.i" l.lu. I thlH linil day, of
I,; Trailer Licenses Cut Gainesville and Mrs. and'MI'II.. J. ''.I II II rr. i ls the lien *..f Vniie .id. June: : ::i. ;!19,17! ,!
,* their county newspaper. T. Nasworthy awf son. Glen spent Stalp of. I'allri.rnlii.' '' : Hint sold I.I'efendant (on-'iciAL sro" \r.) : (.ilKK.V! : ,
: ha5ecrlveil ih <'% er the of 'lenlvOIIP i A J THOMAS.fleik ,
1 \\' have always found the results: : very gratifying, but Tax ,Collector C. A Knight | Sunday' at Klngsiey-Uike, with Mr. I %'pari, ,niid, that., Mier au, *? In .no pprHnn of I'lrrnlt .'."lill' of Cut Okra, 3 for 25C'
tf i notice that licenses fOI'u'allets In the NtHttt of I Klol'lda. HPI.IP., Brndford ("'no Florid .
subscriber; by this practice And Mrs. C II. Na! .
\ ; even: if we did not make a single new : weighing III' to GOO pounds ( f u subpi.eon upon whom would T, KILANK' : UXNIHtl'MAtti.liicv ;;
Elizabeth "hind the sold -
Meadle.e liefendiintIT
fol JMillntllf
'.1' r it would :-111111 Ina. pleasure to vii'litIII' : many new fl'i'IHI/, have been reduced! from $3 to $2.50 I ; 'IS rilCCKKIlltK:' :, OllliKKKD 11.4'.1-7-2 :. :SILVER ('U\\ l 1I.I.IIr
;: :
I -- -- that the, .aid I II'rel/l/lull: ,, .
honH'I Mr. Is also teinindiiif motorists AllKUHtllH MILK 6
' r I : in their t pleasant : Knight :Mr. and Mrs. "'. II. J Halt andthflr Earl:, I CtlliKenpecl., i l.p I and lie |I. h..'.... Small 21C
will thepipur that h.ilf-year tugs will go on ', ': !Iq%' i'reiiitri'il. in appear. to the lilll ofcitniplalllt
accept Mrs n. ,
sample copies / guests ( Kennedy feNP417N /Nf/Q4M C
readers of our .
: "
; We hope you J Hie. July 1. filed l III th eII lei cailHp, Y
I and that und 1 Misses Lucille and Gladys %%be1elll t the I'lalllllff KcekM to oil- J I.It .,..\\.1 -
I which it is sent to you, you __ fir riaUruhiti
the in e .. '/] z 1
i ( in spirit ---- Kennedy spent Sunday afternoonin lain a dl\oue, u or before :Mouduv' t .
informative enough\ to wairantyour tIp, nth' cllI)' ,.r July A. II IH.IT': olli- LARD Sic
, '. j' j will find it entertaining and I fords CollideA Jacksonville They were accompanied eel| Ise the, alli'Katlonn the Hall) .
.I i : \ receive the )10111 till I." taUen" n* tonfehHcd. by A dependable prescription for Colt'Chills : i
of ul, cri'el'whll home Mr. Hart mother,
joining the growing list: :< : ofnegroes by ...
:: V-8 Ford! driven by a party the .hi .r..II.I"I III f'evet'.l\lalarla. Influenza.:
l I collided Mrs. M. A. flxh. -.f Baxley, Ga.. IT 'IS FrilTHKK: ( >ll"KKKli that PRUNES 3 0:
\ from At send to Ibs.
F: : : Telegraph: every:! week.;: t IhlN order" be publlolKMl i.nce H aeskrev drug stores 25c or stamp ,
b. _0'l I Saturday night with .n Model T ; who will spend some time here I four. ci.n-.ecut I,e weeks, In the S..ther.. Druff Ca.J.cksonvilleFla.
ltirilfor/ l .1)' IVIeicraph." a tiwn-
i TELL OTHERS WHAT YOU THINK'! THROUCJH: LETTERS this lord side running of Lawtey without on Road ngnts Thir just The United Kingdom Is Florida's <}tK unlie" 10; \tOo\\) -

I of the wish our\ badly damaged best customer In export trade; Japan I DRESSINGSWIFT'S ,
Il II And while we are on the subject paper we teen. Both cars were is second
f und the damage to the V-8 ,
old friends as well as the new ones: would make a practice of --.-=--- -
exceeded the value of the other 'I| UK
t writing to us more often. We are never more pleased than car The lowest form of life having a Oil
letters from readers, brain enclosed In u skull Is the Sausage $1.20
1 when we can run a column of interesting -- -
criticism TO :M\Kt.: rKOIM.K LIKE VOUI : eel-like lamprey. .
opinions praise: or
whether they be !simply news: or GOOD (iFLOUR\nt:
>o know six "sure fire" DEPENDABLE:: AND COURTEOUSf
1} : on any subject' whatsoever, you Passenger flights of Graf Zeppelin

,, i Of course such letters should be brief around 200() ways lo make people like you Car? canceled.i BANKING TENDED TO SERVICE ALL AT IS THE FX- 12'. 81',
i I Here la a summary of Dale
r i W0rds--{in order that one person: will not occupy more than negie's rules from his best viler. \ 4'I/U" IT 1.01 tilt iiijiirii: .It- FLORIDA BANK 45c SOc
with little thought and carer "How to Win Friends and [Influence 1114 I 1 1. 4 lit III' U. KI.OIIIII.
1 But
his just share of a
f space. \ \11 roil BII %i>i''UIIU
1 lot in 200 I People" as reprinted In TheProgusslve n.. vet i IN i u t\4 iut.THK : I AT STARKE
ful writing, you will find that you can !say a mighty : Kii:'(KIl.: AMI; IIA.NK; ; BALKFRUIT
"Kuimei.: ,II CliM'.MHIA' I I
i words. I 1. Become genuinely interested! I'liiiniirr WHERE THERE IS $5,00000 MAXIMUM JARS
to think of the Telegraph as a kind of open I 'n other, -UK- INSURANCE FOR EACH
We want you I people. ,.IKNNII.1NtIIts1N..1: ; ; : : WIIMIU. ; DEPOSITOR Pints
forum-taking the place of the ancient institution where people I 2. Smile. 1':1' '.1I.I.Nfenllanl!. .. I 70c

It used to gather every day and give one another the benefit 3. Remember that a mans name M"iKT(IA U to him the sweetest and most in'poitunt I'ASi' : Nll 574 I
jig j of their opinions on various subjects. Your ideas no matter I sound In the English Inn- l'1110'1.11>lll>l-il:: OF K PI: TO HI.\TI4IN'''P.II I AT STARKEMEMBER % $1.20

how conservative or radical, are of interest to other people. ;?imge. It uppcurlnK 1>.V Htfl.lavlt fil.'il In. I FEDERAL DEPOSIT
t shove stylsd| rouse that 111* tHHlliu' -
: through the columns of the Telegraph. 4. Re a good listener Fncour- of rvtil.iiit. Mallcv l Anderson' INSURANCE CORPORATION
Express yourself: JAR RINGS
tNt I I ige otheis to talk about themselves. I. unknown, arid that, thpre la no
l klr1 0--- person In the stat of Florida service -
(if suiipuena lifiriuliom would 3 Doz.
"' b WHEN: IS A POI.I.TAX !Not'.1101.1.TAX? 5. Talk in terms of the ()therman'lI bind him unit.that lie li. ovvr the age for J lOc
of I""y.on. ypaiM, '
will be law interest. t IT IS (>ltl)KHKI:.> that said :lInll.'" I
readers doubt puzzled over a
Some passed
no ,
6. Makethe other person feel Alldcrnoll be and IH hereby relllritc
by the legislature and I signed by Governor Cone Monday. nipoitant and tlo it sincerely of. foiiii'laf Hpppur' on tiled..1..1r.In.. mild 1"t7: cause tn the; uth-bill I : SEE I'SOD HUll K.:.. ON

This bill while making it unnecessary for electors in Florida -,,,,..,----,-.-- --- -. -'- _-_,,,,, .'_-. --", ,, ,, SANITARY CANS; 1
"ylllllIlI"' I O. n I 1'"' 'IP t" ,'\IIII"'''''' '' "'" '''''''''''''' I IL'
i,; to pay (poll taxes in order to vote, does not repeal the old 1891

i law which !levied: a poll tax of a dollar a year on all male per- GET THESE SPECIALS :111 !

Sony between the ages: of twenty-one: and fifty-five years : '

1, + In its present status the lu-vv law :seems to be !somewhat I 1 I
unfair, for although the tax will continue to be assessed( on all '
males of f taxable age there is little possibility: that it will be, 5 PoundsVhole '

I paid by any except those who are otherwise assessed:; for real 1 Grain Rice 25c OHNlf

,i" es'ate or (personal> property.'I ,

( he man who pays no other( taxes\ will certainly not goi i r
t out out of his: way to pay the dollar poll tax unless! : it is: a pre-1

l f requisite( 1'01''otin!!. L : f ;/. Quarts 83c i Free Phone Ne1r

Therefore, if the poll tax i is going to be tampered with at f fl j I & SON II

l ; all it seems: that it should be, abolished entirely and not left Pints 73c I Delivery 45 U1.1'lll

so that it hits only the group of taxpayers: who are already

carrying the financial burden of the state. If the legislature 3 No. 2 Cans Garden

,ti sees fit to go part of the way, it should go all the way and repeal I 8.11'III'K tTEKD-S PEAS 20c I FREE FREE FREE

the 1891 law. I
i r :AND Egl'IPMEYT i

TIIETO1VN: :" LOOKS BETTER---/ AFTER "CLEAN-UP; WEEK'' Dressed Hens and Fryers on Fridays and ASK US $5.00 ABOUT IT

t The good results: of the Clean-Up Week sponsored by the SaturdaysWE

t Woman's Club, are plainly visible to anyone who makes a '!
ah through residential and business streets of '


i Of course the ideal situation would be for everyone to 1 FERTILIZERS IN THIS SECTION.SISTRUNK'S -:

l take such an interest in his property and surroundings that

clean-up drives: would be.unnecessary, but it seems to be human i 24 Pounds 7& 4 Pounds 55c

I' l C nature to become careless at times and forget the import. FEED & SEED STORE !

''I ant little things in the face of affairs that often seem more
I',i'm',IIIIIaIAer.0thIaalllllllel'le",, "" '' '' '' a.. imi,gj...YWd. ,. "'"..''IIIoII''hJI''U' : '' .''''''''"''omjini.1111: ' ''.1',mmm" ,, ui'im'jiimmutui"" ,",,m.aka COUNTRY ROLL BOILING
::1 important but in reality are not.

For what could be more important to every! citizen of BUTTERLb. SUGAR BACONLb.

Starke than that visitors: 'or even people just passing through EAGER; EOR> THE ROAD)

'. should get the most favorable impression: possible of our 30c 3cSTEAK

town ? Once we gain the reputation of being: "a clean little .

f place" we have gone a long way toward attracting the class ROUND 5 Lbs. 22c

of people, we: must: appeal to if Starke is! to continue to grow .il Xt, NICE FAT

and prosper.So .
take it like a good sport and' with a spirit of cooperation / IM'RCHSE

t when asked to put your property in a condition to be Lb. 17c 22cLANDlO.foN

more attractive to home folks as well as visitors. Remember .

j no one really\ enjoys the task: of sponsoring a clean-up week
2 1935 FORD STD. TUDORS. .
and you can make the job a whole lot easier by giving yourwholehearted

support 1 1935 FORD DELUXE TUDOR

j II I


n It speaks well for the business: men of Starke to see with 1 1935 CHEVROLET STD. COACH

I what willingness) : )good times or had-the respond: to any

;{ solicitation of funds: in :support of a project for the welfare of 1 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN .I I.\ICOI': FRESH:

the community.It .

took only a few hours last week to get promises: of $:) TOMATOES lb. 5c

y each from u .sufficit-nt number of business: men here to make The Above Cars Will Be Sold At Reduced

possible: the operation of a cooperative cotton gin 'here in the I Prices. Trades and Terms On Above. TUXEDO FEEDS

full, providing:, the remainder of the necessary: ; money can be I Quality Feeds At Lowest Cost

obtained through' a loan from the Resettlement Administra _

tion.Ilradford ANDREWS MOTOR CO. Tuxedo 20% Lay Mash 3.20 I I, Wheat and Corn Scratch 3.00

I !'t to see the fine l County interest: farmer that: our: should business[ be' men greatly take encouraged in the ayricultural :, STARKE FLA. Tuxedo Horse Feed 2.50 ''I Hay, No. 1 Tim. 100 Ibs. 1.60

progress of our section. -ALL ABOVE PRICES CASH ONLY-


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