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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I LOOKOUT FISH YOUR TIME HAS COME WHAT WERE YOU DOING YEARS AGO? SCHOOL BOARD

AXPAYERS DAY I BROOKER HAS MAYBE YOU'D BE SURPRISEDWhen



Hearing all thin LARGER >> news! gets scarce as it -one In a lop-sided game ut [)uncunP111'k HIRES 1937-38
5 SAYCOMMISSIONERS talk about fishing CROPS
JULY contests and eleven ;cTnrnaome. weeksIt Is an old trick A few days. before the t fats ,

to go back ten. fifteen ant leans' tied fifteen to fifteen

pounders and twelve that c- THIS YEAR oruTwenty for.papers years ago anti entertain The following program had been I'BUS DRIVERS

1 have been caught readers with what was happeningat planned for the Fouith of July:

that time So, lets lust off the iliuu-inff at the armory foot und"

a r ound 4 riles of the Telogiaph and nee what mule laeea. climbing the greasy

Complaints of here. Mack ;More Tobacco Planted/ was going on in Biiulftud County I l"..10'. and u community dinner ut 27; Route III County fj .
Ml Futch '
young son III .lune. 1P27. I the ark. Will Reach Ml$ g:
\sxemnents Inn of Mr. and Mis.C. _ Titan Since T'urn
\ mile hard
A twenty-seven Oh well th.rt'suiuugli of tlmt
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He heard I seen. A.here Futch stalling is _ Of CenlurfjWATERMELON toad! connecting. Staike I and (.iron" I Hold 1 on, folks while we w hiss bark :i Children ,

Cove, Springs.uis! utmost I tcndy to 1 lo Juno. 1!>17IVWitl :
out to his
I try lie opened' I udvt ('OlT' THY ( 'JInl.-I!
AT STARK; luck with bent : ACREAK! I C. Jones tisevl a laiRe -
FI.I \ HANK n Senator 1 I) K, Knight and! 't.'pl'e- iuitn'ruuti'tthit. TO I OPEN I: .ll'I.Y FIFTH I
.{fllllK; (IIKPOSITOKY; pin and a canful 2.I'KR CENT:: (CUEATEKWith ; i tlHement to purrhuie j
{) : _:hUl, nni.itlve A J Thnnm.s hud! just of "an automobile funeral
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of e a I.thwol'mi.Judging : 210 of iftiuried I II torn the bienniiil legislative Twenty-four bun dt Ivors. forHradfoul ,
Commls- approximately acres cur.\
of County from the
with Tax As.sesluyes -' confident und tobacco planted, anticipated t": xesxionKie A petition wu.s PI'c'K'ntr'.1 lo the County finite* were appointed 2w
i1 meei of Lan nil bottom i inu'etIng
,I .1 l Alooie, tey by the School Hoard at its
-{ Monday July 5, carefree look on tiring a leiuin of more than lstJtJiiout1iti ) ,-ity I council ruiue.stinn I thai S the
... while diving at Iingsh'y L.ikeIt here Monday They wereus
to hear coran J to an acre the Brooker ordinance /l.I111'n",1 to allow I
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In a >fflce Mack's face. thefll _ was thought at fust that his row followsI.iiwtpyStarku.
from ition of Biadfurd. County promises milk the freedom of thelieels
take testimony ,, but the .
neck was broken lnjuiy J M nl'tlli..hKl'lIl'yHh.lnK
ph WHOM who are take to deep wat to swing into the agricultural( st i h'I"n11)\ light und .du"k. I'
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turned out to be only 1SI''l'e R. M Cnmby
pi don't limelight. surpassing any stage. N, Steinbergdifeated Ray Col-
their present er if they '
dlS8llllS-i I
f'M' I At wrench.'rui're Rising-Crews Frank \F. Thomas ,
meeting held want to end wince I the early nineteen hundreds. Icy li-2. 0-1 i I. in I the first round 1 of _
men" its Farmers from that section. extremely wasn't. an uwful lot goingon i 1.11\\tey-1)it'is IVu.le O.i.skins.'
the tenni.s tournament
lv' I is imnnly known as their days In a he outlook : then either was tht'rcVell., 'New Illver Si-hoot C ,K: Andrews. _

pay', in court.As a rule, I I sizzling frying I for the optimistic over I believe let's Jump buck unolhrr five years A Bong "Tee-IVu Land" (withpiinUiiniruM : New River-Sim ke II Tumhn>l.m. $
forthcoming sell on,
boW ev few property owners appeal pun. Perhaps lila that tobacco will bring around lime' 1022-:! : by Mis u K l: M Johns I !Stiiike-l'\ lIltit'onui I' D. Ke.l.lmltIwiwteyllighland ,

make complaints. The I catch will prove would 'Edward Neff had just been employed anil Wilbur( Seotl.I was i the hit of u I I' \ I .1/. D Peole

meetings; will begin at 10 o'clock in the old theory thirty cents a pound of which as county engineer. 111 liMit.II I comedy fponxoieil, by the Starke-ltoiildruln f:, Lewis.SlaikeSampxon fl'
I mean receipts mule than $40- I
the morning. that it Isn t always 000. I Miss Leila JSupp. won the "I..opu- Camp File\ Cit Is. City ,1/, \K: Drown

At thin Monday meeting the I the most I lar giil I contest" sponsored! by the And I that's fur enough b.ick we lie-Ran.lolplv I 11 I, .\, Prvscott .

commit; oners transacted the following Reports reaching here Indicate Gaiety Theiitie. 8iippo.se, If I we kept on, somebody I Stiirke-rirookpr H, .M Molt.
expensive tackle that the output of tobacco
Georgia
nuttiness: I The Slarke "scrub nine" defeatedthe might got: l'mbal'lIlsH'd nbnul his VimiliM-bilt-Red.lLsh K:. Hupp. _ _
Mitt[, i C Box was granted $3 i that lands the this year will be greatly: decreased Wateroak, nine seventeen to i age. Law ley-Rosier J I n. Gasktnn! .
I because of weather, ..
idditional assistance from flab.CORN. dry .
a month biggest and other unfavorable conditions -- -- -- --- ---- -- North StuikeJ. G.; Hoy.I.Vunderbilt !. :, _

the pauper fund. School Levy: Not'man.HrookerPine .
,, It Is consuleted possible that the !: TO ERECT 1
Th' Board relected Insurance on ---- 150 GALLONSBootleg Mill. .1 K. Douglas.
leaf tobacco will
for choice
the; Bounty's;;' Securities now held I ROTARY HEARS price beyond the thllty cent NEW DWELLING StarkeJohnsKmnU. Norman.

by tin Brard (If County Commis- LEADSOther I surgeeven \Vhllt'hl"hl\'nntll'l'blll I t J. C. Yar 4I,
Ic.
mau
tinneraKeque.si I f- DEANSLAGLE M. !I." lillOWN UEC.INS: : I"(High, .

foi hurl.il assistance for Stepping up almost twenty-five CLKAKINC: OFPROPERTY \ Brooker-Brudford, \J';, 'I,, Stewart 4
of Theressa watttitsipproveit. CropsDURING I NOTF.t PROFESSOR TELLS per-ci-nt above last year's acreage,
George' Davis( \: F.ual SOt rke Nelson l.reon.UiookerZiff .
the Btooker f.umers have planted I WHISKYCAUGHTSIIKRhI"I" '
HOW ATHLETICS: ARE Chmley." S. Kelley.SlaikoKeystone .
of $7.50 was FINANCED 150 acres of watermelons, it was M. "'. H.'o"n.. 10'ullittOlI1t' who ,
An appropriation J. K. Adkins.F.ust j '
I WEEK estimated this week. With continued two and 'u half _
of recently purchased
Henry ,
,
made i for burial expenses : Lnwtry W II F.dward.s.The J
colored pauper. Inside information on the financing -, good weather. watermelons by lots. ut the southeast, coiner of AND DEPUTIES; : I teacliets
Voting it nRed. following were recommended -
The Florida Bank at Starke was' of college athletics wus givento carloads should begin rolling from Washington Avenue und Walnut STOP:; 1'IUT'li.lUmT::; by Hampton trustees 4

:'\ Rotaiy Club members heie this point in the neur future. This | Street put caipentets. to wotk this I
dl'slg1'lted! as Depository for the :5,000>> DOZET"KE: DRIVERS: :; and approved by the board: Miss
I Wednesday by Prof. Dean Slagleof had been almost down three old stoic
Important
gnut'I County Commissionersfor BY TRUCKS:; AT once crop ( week teailng I Willie Mae Hamilton and Mrs. '

the year beginning July 1, 1937. 16c-20c PEn: the law college. at the University real--: abandoned in recent years by :: buildings which stood on the properly Sheriff A. O Andreu and two Gladys Wasdtn.It .
Floilda. Few
of people Brooker farmers but those who
The following bills were approved deputies Friday night arrested two was announced that all rural j ,
ize Just how many thousands of know it shows every Indication When this work Is I completed. truck loaded
say drivers of a
and ordered paid: ,I Gieen corn continues to lead In negro schools will open on Monday, July
"dollais it takes' to run a football of buck into promi- start. at once
the shipment of truck ciops! from I' coming Mr. Brown plans to with 150 gallons of Illicit "corn" B, wherever po.sHiblr All eighth i ,
team for one year. the speaker of six-room
Due to lack of space the warrantlist here with 5.000 dozen being carried nence again. on the const!tiction u liquor. grade pupils will remain In schoolsIn
said and on to lead sevel'alItema .
was omitted this week. It will away by truck since Thursdayof went One of the most successful seaSons I brick veneer house of oiie- .tory The Mheilff received "tip" from their respective districts.

appear next week. lust week. Prices have held up front the budget prepared' I in years, from a limited acreage 'design. It will be placed In the a reliable source that the trucklond i Appointment of drivers for lie''

wellfrom sixteen to twenty centsa tor the athletic program at the has just closed in this Industrious \ middle of the property, well back of bootleg whisky was to be transported bronn bus loutes was delayed un- :

Gas; Consumption Down dozenand the week's receiptsare University next yea r. "Athleticsfor section of the county on from the street, and will be a decided and awaited with his deputies I til such toute-s have been eutublished : -
is the aim of the
everyone" _' asset to this pint of town.
estimated at $900.00. beans and cucumbei4 Growers I for the truck at Liiwtey neat \ at a later date. t

trite of gasoline! In Bradford The amounts of other truck University leviewed Dean Slagle said, as for he I said this week that from 100 acres !, Also adding to the appealunce the traffic light. About 11 o'clock It was derided\ that the board iS ,,
designed
County dropped from 102.739 gallons during the week and programs of these two crops a revenue of of Washington Avenue is the work the truck passed und was. stopped would continue lo use the Florida 'il.

In March to 93,354:\ gallons In crops shipped brought were as the "buokwol mil" as well as the I approximately $150 an acre was 1 I I being done by Co!. D. E. Knight, by the officials on the southern I National Bank of Jacksonville all f

April, according tn figures released the prices they athlete. The entertainment pro lealized. total returns figuring several old buildings drivers
100 crates. | who I Is! having edge of Lawtey the negro Its county dep.mitory :
follows: tomatoes of T I'unkLllndl'um '
this week by the state Department !I okia 100 gram was in charge around $1.500 to 1800. on his property torn down. iirieslcil and the Inuk und Its content I it-commendation, of Mlm
from $1.25 to $1.50: .
of Agriculture. I Kerosene consumption :,hampers, from $2.00 to $2.25; -. When all this work is completed I confiscated.. The iincxtiMl I Ruby Shaw by Dnih.un 1 trustees
also declined from 10,067 --- -- -- --- -
'100 from twenty- i strangers who utrive here on the I I men Rave their names us \Kdkn: was ii I'ji trvi'il t

gallons! to 7,716 gallons during the squush five to thirty-five hampers.cents; green HAZEN'S BILLRELEASES REAL ESTATE : train will not I teceive the same Smith and Un.MlIn Long/ both, of The Hoard decldeil I to have Johns t4

Mme period fifty-eight tons olfertiliser I beans. 700 hampeis. from sixty to 200 ihotk that a certain tout I 1st did i I GalnrsvllUthey said They guvr! i & Wulnwilght cancel the Present

were used In this county : ninety cents: Foidhnok Lima I Transactions during the days of the teal estate i the authorities no Information at iiiMiiruneu policy on 1I lIhl'onn and. A '{j .

during April ut $1.75; boom. The story Is t told,. S that this all us to the locution of I he .stilt I Van.I1, hilt Hi'lmol buildings and t''. I :
beans 250 hampers.. SHORTENS: PRISON: SENTENCES -
-- strawberries 150 ciatea, at $t.2!). : Fort GOOD 'fellow "lien he urrlveil, mistook' destination etc. It Is believed, ,, have additional, I inxuiunce after

Superintendent's Raise Total receipts for the week fiomvarious BEHAVIOR TAKE JUMPJ. 'Washington! Avenue (then Ninth however, that the stilt producing/: new buildings) are completed.
I street the Illegal I Whisky Is located in moved W. C
Governor Cone Wednesday signed shipped from Stalk* Htieet) for the main It was by Manning

H bill passed. by the legislature were estimated crops at $2.844.00 The "isain time" bill introducedby I'of town and was about to jump on Clay County. : und Ht'cimdcil, by":, J. Davis to pay 4

fixing; the Hularles of Brad fold's Representative' Kied the teal estate dealer for getting The .11 leers were kept under are Minx. I H.iAtl I Adklna for full time 4 ;
county -
superintendents -- I
E. (CURTIS:; I ESTATE; him to Starke under false Federal. I of her absence fioni school list r'
of public instruction or Hazen and pained by the legislature pie- "'lit (until Monday when .
SPEED COPSUSPENDED SOLI( ( TO C'. C. I '
the basis of amounts received from will ielea.se I ut least 200 piis- t t'ns's. agents! fiom the Internal Hevl"nueDl'plutm..nt teitn.
CAMPERReul : ; .._ The trustees of Staike, .
fv oners at once from the State Puson -- -- 1't''ODlmend.'d
state school fund. This law arrived lo take charge
wul Farm at Raifoid. Supeilnten- Relieve It Or Not I Mills Lucile Kennedy adHc'crelury
raise the
pay of this office friBraiiforij transactions! here thin' of the two men and the truck. The
estate
LAWTEY WILL BE WITHOU'FSERVICE dent L. F. Chapman said/ yesterday.He to principal! of Bradford 4 .
County from $2,400 to 'I I A hen on the farm of T. P. Den- I
week enjoyed a small boom. The whisky which was contained In ten I
J3.000 a OF TRAFFIC also stated that another 100 I' | County High School and It M.Gieger .
year.Slate mark near here hatched a baby
( ., reported the'I .
OFFICERD. probably will be given Wilson Realty 0 fifteen gallon kegs was poured I as teacher of General Science ,
prisoners
I i stile of the home of the late Dr. J. 1 chick with four legs last week. The .
their freedom as a result of Ihcmeasul'e into the gutter at the jallhousecorner. Chemistry und Geometry for
Auditor Here M. Westberry, highway patrolman in the next month. B. Curtis. at Orange Heights to"J chick was normal In every other the school term of 193738. Then j
employed by the Dr Curtis was widely | respect and Is growing nicely. "
U L Warren with the State Au- formerly C. C. Camper. __ recommendation were approved tt. I 1
bill that ----- --
The prisonersmay -
provides n -- -- -- -- --- --- :
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tilting Department began Monday City of Lawtey, has been suspended known and liked throughout tins I by the board. :3 H
I additional time for goodbehavior.
for an Indefinite period by gain : section of the country and is famous The board met I
auditing the books in the office of again Tuesday ,
W. F. Moore, It was learned It gives sixty days off the country over for development WHAT ? bus j
Superintendent of Public Instruction Mayor sentence, and Iff DO YOU THINK II and established route at Heilbroon. -
on a year's ranges
announcement as of that
here The audit will cover a this week. No of the variety pecan and appointed the foiiowftP
nine off sentencesof
three-year period from July 1934, to the cause of this action or as to up to years on bears his name, the thin-shelled: ing drivers: % I
I Above a twenty- I
'
It wan said.. Mr. Warren expectsto whether Lawtey will employ another twenty sentence yearn.the reduction wouldbe Curtis pecan. Dr. Curtis also pro- \:: Kast Hellbroon .U R. Starling.

"be on the Job here for a periodof officer has been made so far. year for each two of I j I pogated the RimdeU and Kennedy I Though legislators claimed they of the definite school appropriation South Hellbronn-N. D. Green. *
one year yeurs varieties. The home and the nix schedulethis the tax, the
two" or three month nne climax to Westberrys! activity sentence. were going to adjourn on higher liquor I To Stark High. School-C. M.

-.----. I as a speed cop was reached nurrounding acres. were sold this session, few people really believed teachers' pension and the old age I Phillips. .

Service Officers School when the Realty Board of Jacksonville I I week for the Curtis estate. U, because adjournment on pension. I am In opposition of Janitor. ut Hampton and Brooker '

publicly charged that Law Two Hearings Tuesday Mrs. Mike Dew bought throughthe time Is a rare occurrence with the the higher I appropriations, were given a salary raise. of $.. t I

The annual Service Officer's tey was operating a "speed trap." Hearings will be held, here Tues- Wilson Realty Co. this week Florida< Legislature Once the though," added Mr. Bennett per month. ,

School for the second district of the This was emphatically denied by Jay morning at 10 o'clock before I I the cist twenty acres of the W. K.: shock wore off however, people began CLARENCB: MF.LTON.: employeeof ..-,- -- :
tI
American Legion will be held In officials of the town who replied Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins on I Sweezy faint southeast of Starke looking over the accomplishments the Tip Top Grocery, considered PENSION BILL I

Lake City Tuesday June 15. A. J. that they were seeking only to writs. of habeas corpus In the ca"elll: on Road 28 and deeds of the biennial as- that the legislature. dl.I/

TOomas and several other members curb) reckless driving through town .)f Clyde Stoutamlre and Charles Carl Ritch. of Lake Butler purchased 4.mbly. With thin fact In mind, we good job. "I am In favor of the I NOT SIGNED YET .

of the locaJ post expect to attend. In the Interest of highway safety. Agustus Turner, both prisoners in I the Stump house on Thompson asked persona in and about town school allotment and the provision -' k

--9 the Florida :State: Furtn near here. I I St. from the Bradford County the following question: "Do you made for old age pensions: WOULD PROVIDE MAXIMUM

One More PoisoningThe .Stoutamire was sentenced from! Bank's liquidator recently. The think the session of the legislature, he Maid "but the one-half of one PAYMENT: OF $30

Not Caught at PinksIt Duval| County for stealing an auto house was recently remodeled and just. closed did a good job? What per cent gross' receipts tax A MONTH

last poisoning day for boll stated In last week Issue mobile. Charges against Turner pitlnted. Inside! and out several law enacted do you most approve should have been eliminated" if 4t 4tby
weevils was
will be Wednesday. June FRANK REYNOLDS a farmer The old age pension bill p..seI
be lejined here yester.1 and It was learned that or disapprove of?
of
i 43. that man accused passinga could not week! ago I
according to an announcement a I living near Graham claimed the I the legislature hud not been ,
from check here was caught lat ilay.Iacclenny.RaifordICoad. Mr. Ritch would move to Starke Many had to uo some deep thinking
the county office .- bad I In his did a signed by Governor Cone, who now
agents legislature opinion 4
ye.terd4y __
"Pink's Place." It should I I in the near future and engage In to recall the majority of the .
The general opinion seems er at good job "I of has it under consideration up until ,
approve
he was 'acts of the legislature and just very
to be stated that : plumbing.
that the have been press time Thursday.The I'
treatment the continuation of the preH'ntdlvorre
'Is mopping "Pink's Place" _.__ I! what they did or didn't do. For
next-door to .
proving caught bill provides' $3.800.000 an- l ,
effective. A proposed hard road connectingRaiford I II brief law and the enactmentof
Ceo. readers' convenience a '
near the residence of Mrs. I I anti I Macclenny has ,been Sent To ConferenceMiss our of the current session of the the old age pension provision." aridly for the.aged.! blind and da- ,

Tax Collector RelievedBefore I Strickland. placed on the preferential list of I i Edna: Pearce left Monday outline Florida Legislature will b<> foundon He had no objections lo any leg pendent children. When and if, '

.------ the State Road Department accenting -I to attend the Methodist Young I'I I' seven rf this issue. Now l islation. signed it will pay u maximum pension ,
adjourning, the legislature I page .
CorrectionIn to .recent announcementby People's Conference at Southern L. .F. DINKINS.: district agent for of sao a month to Indigent
to
pulsed a bill relieving C.: A. I I for the answers our question.
Kiiiit: Senator J. D. Duggcr of Baker College; in Lakeland as the official the American Oil Company approved people over nlxty-flve. years of age. :
I farmer,
Bradford Tax. Collector, of June 4 Issue of the Tele- I, \V, II. GREEN, prominent
the ., .
If the bill into effect -
s c
road local of the of the actions of the session gu applications
" $ The sixteen-mile ] of the chapter
:.0: in State Motor Vehicle stated that Quigley County. : delegate landowner, and II resident of .
1 graph it was I will continue to be madiilo
lORiiniminn will connect the State Prison Methodist &Epworth: League. The I'I just adjourned. "I e.spe-!
funds stolen from his Davis agreed to contribute $5 on Stnike! told the inquiring leport- ,
& MI's. Edward: Burns local -
"fi' heie in December. Incorporation. This. 'arm with the Jackson ville-Tulla- conference will last through today er: "In some ways yes und In dully approve of the enactment repreHentutive '

-- the cotton mistake.gin I... A. Davis ugteed nassee highway in the heart of nnl 1 much beenfit will be de.lived some ways no. I approved of i I f/t the old age/ pension provision, of the bl"I.,1'elf..."" I.
was a Hoard.
Tax Books Closed to contribute $5, not Qutgley and Macileiiny. by the young people attending Governor Cone vetoing theteachers' und the giving to the school a I .
-- --, : and the chapters they represent pension fund act because definite, sufficient amount"H.

June'Tn t books were legally closed Davis.__,__ -.-- j.Correction Bad Corner Improved About 500 young persons at- other st.ite employees do A. PRESCOTT. well-known ireeti's Store Air Cooled '

l4tJ Tax: collector C. A. Knight tended. not hapnlll!>n provision. I lirailfoid County farrnrr and Green's Store here has just In-

this w'ek. but persons may A State Hun'I Depa'tment' maintenance -- -- ---- endoiHp the Increased tax: on liquor school bus driver. "t think the : Htnlled a V'entuia exhaust. rut

Ply their. taxes without penalty It was stated in last week Issue crew and nix convicts have Widows Pension Raised and the banning of slot machines legislature did a Iod job, I winch! will keep their place cool tin.! ,

j;riYIrn.. before advertising starts that Wesley Andrews had le- just completed w 01 k on the coiner Call Senator Charley E. Johns antRepresentative from our state." wa.4 glad to see the school appropriation I properly' air conditioned throughout ,.

a''-"'">I'' and even then If the cost of cently accepted a position as rules- ,I where Road 13 runs into Fred Hazen werenuccessful C. JI. BENNETT\: \: manager of the bill pinned and) t fav the summer months The bti(. .

.ng Is paid also he added. man with the Andrews Motor Com Stet This was but formerly his now a xharp.been In getting a bill throughthe Green Glow Lunch Room and ored the oIl] age pension law." circular/ fun is in the tear wall of

-. This was an error Mr. An- light angle turn. of Bennett's Service Station said of Real l pige seven" of the Telegraph the building, but It. cooling brue.>M
pany. raising pensions
Births i drews is now employed In this capacity rounded out and will be much well ea.gicr as.-. vldowii legislature! of confederate veterans the legislature! : 'rhey did. a fairly and think this. question over cnn be felt as .srun ail one rntor.1; :

t*rl' o\nll Mrs. Clinton Dnugherty. by the Register Motor Com- I pattsengerears fur large ,trucks to mike as the turn. | from $10 a month to $50. j I I goo I ,ob. I heartily! approve I for yourself: the front ioor! .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEQRAPU.!: STARKE. FLORIDA FR1n.tY, '
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I 1, PINE LEVEL j XE\V\ RIVER GUM BRANCH GET THE ; 1
HAMPTOSNl BETHEL j :MOST: OFT OF nn'lc 9IOI'OR
r I .. Elisabeth llariiune, ,,,.. 1SIIp
II. '
,..* Ids "Imes,. t i.rrr.*.......iMitm .. Mr.*. Ralph liuliipy, CorrespondentI :.Mr. II. :.M. McHue (.or..p..lld.1 i Dorothy Supp Correspondent K OOL-MOTQ
1 $: ItniRht-Green R
+ Murte Hinson has retllme.J:1 I J Frank HarreTl of Lake City was I Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. Batten and 1', Mr. and Mrs. M. J F. Wiggins attended .' Miss Gladys Knight.: daughter ofilMr. G.\94OLiNE AND
Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Raye Hunter all of :i the wedding of their sister, OiLS
his sister :
to her home after a visit with her visiting 1 and Mm. D. I. Knight, and FI\K STATIONS IN KHADFOKD ('OITSTItt'
( ulster, Mrs O. C. Mann of Palatka Galney last week. I Theressa' spent SunJuy with Mr i I Miss Jewel Wiggins/! In Jackson IMr. Tiirvis Green lion of Mr. and SKKVKK: : \\ITH A (OMI'LETK MNJ: Ol.\'T \lIlit

:j; i Mrs. G. \\". Rhnmes and sister, Ralph Gainey has returned to and Mrs. Austin Fender.Mrs. J I I ville Saturday I Mrs. Willie Green, Wl'requietly CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

Mrs. O.V.. Inson left this week his work in Palatka after spending I "'. Fender and son Billy,, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews, 'married Saturday June 5, at (the

y, for Mliberty( where they will visit the week-cnd with his family here. Loring; Alvarez and Mrs. H. M. Mc-, I'I were visiting heie, Saturday night, home of Rev. and Mrs. E. N. An- THE K00L NEXT: -MO7Ht TIME \(1ASOMNK'OI'1eIUTOIe! : FROM RUNS ONK 1101'(1I.111..I: rt-f 7 llitl I I
Lillian Ciemon of 1I8"vllle'I1S and Odessa wereI and Mis. J. A Bennett amichildren
thur brother. J. I- Greene Rae daughter. 1 Mr. ''I dei Ron. Their many friends wish STATIONS; K.
I
I Glad '" Lee Sunday after I and Mrs. O. R. Alva- 1I in Starke
T i I Mrs Josi-phine Sullivan who has visiting ) visiting/ Mr. I were visiting I I them much happiness. Kitty's Dad Penders

R i been the guest of her son. Cleveland I nann.I tez In Vanderbilt section Sunday Saturday !, Mrs. W. F. Harnage spent part n ou

Sullivan of Theiessa. returned, Mrs.! Albert Glisson and children D. D. afternoon. I Miss Dorothy Sapp was visitingIn iof' last week at Pine Level the West End Sta. Harrison's ( Brooker?
Mrs.
'I'
71 A to her home here last Sunday. ire visiting her mother I Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez and Lake City Sunday. I guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mc- D. E. ROBERTS )

t u' The Rev. Tuiner will preach. lit \\'oo.tar.J.. '| children were, dinner guettts of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard Kae. Agent \'
1 Mrs. Harley Lee and children of 'land Mrs. Frank Thomas In Rising their sister. Mrs. M. I1CUnncSf! ) UNION COfNTIKS:, JtORTHINOTON
Sr the Baptist Church next Sunday vlHltlnfll.'n".* and relatives !-I' were visiting Mrs.. Bill Newmans and sun Harley SPRINGS It
Tampa are /! I
,f ) morning and evening in this section.Miss section Sunday.We J/. Sapp Thursday.Mrs. are spending a while with her '
of Starke, formerly little ,F. \V. Shiner and son. Wesley '
that
Airs.! O. Haynes !I ":lIzab..th'eeks of Tampa are glad to repot t sister, Mrs. T. N.. Norman. 1'R
of H- mpton. visited friends James Alvarez Is improving after I and Mrs. H. K. Roberts were Norman of Gum
I
visiting her aunt. Miss! Tilda Lee Miss Audrey ---
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|lis
bare this v\eek. several days illness.> i j visiting here Thursday.i Branch and Mr. John Prevatt of I
.. | of Starke. I 1
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t -- Mis. Plfrct Crews. and son of Miss Virginia Champion of Kings i \\ are sorry to report that lit- Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. a L one sere
Check on! growing labor disturbances '' I 1 tie Bennett Is ill at her I Saturday 4'
Miss Zeporia
the Slate Farm were visiting/ Mrs. Mountain, N. C.. was visiting: Jeff Pievatt at Lawtey .'
I 18 sought by Japan. I Ralph Gainey last Thursday.Miss Vesta McRae Saturday afternoon. home here.'e hope that she 'afternoon s ERV i c E I

; Ann Denmark 1 will soon recover.il00TSF.1"5. Denmark of Jacksonville I III
Little Miss Shirley I Louise
1 Hazel Homsby was visiting !Mrs. i Iil( ,9 ro?I pmI' yeliMl .
{ I Make It A Habit j her brother and sister-in-law Mr. of Starke who has been 111 -.-- i is spending this> week with I7i ; li

and Mrs. Russell Hornsby last returned home Sunday after spend !i UKACtt i her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. r

r DRINKfor. j week. ing a while with her grandparents '[ MI..... Effle ("Crawford Cor. Hupp.I. r. I

We are" sorry to report that Mrs Air and Mrs. F Fender and we I I I '. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I

t tt P.iisst.11 Hornsby li I on the sick list. are glad to know she Is Improving I Mis. J. Roy: Qumn and Mrs. Wil- I I children and Mrs. H. M. McRae
I '
I We wish hei a' speedy recovery. in health. I pert Crawford are on the sick list I were visiting In this section Wednesday -

t to hear of the Illness this week and thetr friends wish!
- --- --- U'e are sorry ;[ night.
----- of Mrs. T..1. Moore and wish them a speedy recovery. John Prevail: of Ocala spent list

At Your Service her a speedy recovery Mrs B. L. Piivltt and daughter. .! week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. .

... t Sirs. Vollie Starling of Starke .leanette. are spendingsome lime N. Norman. FOR YOUR LAUNDRYOUR

4 (iccompanied by Mrs. H.M. McRae with her parentMr.: and Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Browninghas returned -

? : HEALTH : I It I Airs F. Fender and Miss Vesta Me- Sampson Crews of MacclennyB. to her home at Ralford after LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT IS NOW t'.N"i.,

Rae: visited the bedside of Mrs. C. L Piivitt left here Satuid.iy spending several days here with EXPERT DIRECTION AND WE ARE ADs

t JTRENCTHPETERSON'S I .11 I'hillips Tuesday afternoon In for Miami where he is employed. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed- QUATELY EQUIPPED TO GIVE YOU THE KIN:

I II Sampi-on ('II)'. :I Mis. Willie B. Johnson and son.Harold wards. : OF SERVICE: THAT SAVES YOUR CLOTH!

Miss Cattle Alvarez spent Sunday of Plant City are spendingsome -- _..-- -- AND IS MUCH MORE ECONOMICAL IN TU

u uh her, cousin Miss ArsuUCivwlsy ,I some time here her uncle ant ; TEN: 1C'Lts'un: .\ LONG LIFE LONG RUN. WHY PUT UP WITH DINf::
t I SHIRTS AND OTHER LINEN WHEN! A FIN
I \\Mtl AMKKICAX In Rising section. uunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.Mr. If you would live to a ripe old .
(i.VS ANO OILSBennett's LAUNDRY SERVICE IS SO CONVENIENTYOU.
,< h Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and and! Mrs. Clyde Johnson and age heie are ten rules given by .

DAIRY t t'I Serv. Sta. children of Rising section were I children of Plant City spent the I Hygiela on how to live 100 years.

I dinner guests of Mr.!" and Mrs. night here Monday with Mr. and which the current Progressive
i'HONF. 17> M .\:\ U LlNCIl ROOM: STARKE DRY CLEANERSAND
1''. M. McRae Sunday. 13.1 I Mrs. R. N. Crawford and family j Farmer quotes as part of its campaign -

T. N. Norman and family of 'II and later went to spend their vacation -. for better health.

I I Branch were among those who en- | In Lake City. /1./ Breathe fresh air, both day i LAUNDRY

I FUNERAL DIRECTOR I! Jo}'ed a fish fry at Crosby Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins of and night. I'HONK 23

1 Saturday night. I Jacksonville spent the week-end I 2. Exercise larger muscles>
your
r 9 My M.inv t far K\H; | >rHiu-e| )',,1.. It Po.*t >le for .M* to Render ': I .
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of heie with his mother, Mrs. Jean regularly every day. -- .. ..
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1 I "
:I'FICIt.T.u'.T; / iiml rontTEOf* MSItVICF Waldo was visiting relatives. here | Cask ins. 3. Look on overfatlgue as your

MODEKATC( PRICES!: Saturday und was accompanied | Miss Inez Rosier spent the weekend (enemy and on rest as your frlenu. I ,

DeWITT) c.! JONESStarkw. Home by Miss Vesta McRae. in Jacksonville with her cou 1 Take at least eight hours of sleep. GET THESE SPECIALS

Florid Mrs.V.. F Harn.ige of Gum sin Miss Bernice Rosier. The voice of wisdom says!> one '

I Branch spend pal t of lust week Mr. and Mrs. FJ.V.: Rosier of should turn off the radio: at ]0. ( I

with her son-in-liw; and daughter, Jacksonville were visiting relatives 4 Drink plenty of water at

; Jlr and Mrs. B. M. McRae.I here Wedni-sdiiy of last week.) meals and also between meals. I' Rice, 5 lbs. 22c

I The W :'1. C circle .>f l'ine Lev- ---... -- .- -. 5. Eat temperately, partakingof

.. --- - M115.NII.: :>\I.J.\K and fruit for "rough- I
!; I J Ahl i IM > .l ..i l'ini\i i\in: :' I.... vegetables 1-4 Lb. Pkg. Maxwell
riM \I. I'I i llrllr: : < III 1.11 Death Wednesday of last week age" and health's sake and sparIngly I

u .l II."... flll 1 .. claimed Mrs. W. H. ShalUr, 81. of meat and sugar. Avoid "'
\inii.) 'III.-IT House Tea and glass
.....-.11.l I 'IIM.IIi JOe of the oldest residents of Unii, n i IIl\'tl\\eight I
> i .. MM, i Il: I. I .7 i I I II ill,tI.'I II.1 County. She was born and false.: 6. Il-ive tegular bowel habits.I I
I 4 Ile IE* 'IplH din, liiw tin.iir,, ,,, ,h .4.-.,", ""'" for 22c
wnt.uutan' lug iin.iiiii' 2,1'J.i.Ol n the ton in which she died! I .. Avoid. infection from both''
"_ihI .. Api, .il II. t'd'I, i I i.IHlrl.f .t'"',II ''I.I: Lake Butler. Mis. Similar win c outside and inside sources. Make

) l Linn: l .\1,11 I, I''.1:'; \.>. Il :I.lfll'; ; 1 born in 1S5 of N S. and Martha: I thorough recovery from colds and I Extra Large, 1 Lb Pkg.

i, It.. -"Ipln' 'lIlll-llIK'' Illi.Mill' & 37: Jones and was main ed to William' i 10e! thioat. I
"rail, April, '11. I'i.i7l ::
tl'I'I a pf >l"lrl<.| Ni>. :IS P62al:1 I H. Shall.ir. whom she survived. : 8.'allh your hands before eat Sunsweet Prunes lOc i
tl I'II..tnnl" I, I 19." :7 aid.I .1I6.1'. )
j Funeral I services weie held Friday ,! ing. ( That the teeth are to beie.ined ,
li** -4lpli. daring' 1 month" 1638 I I1'01111" \
\\" "- ilurliijc, 1 month 4.I.SJ I I at Olustee with Rev. John Dicksofficiating I II night and morning Is taken I
[ l lull: .lprll'II.I'e\ '!7 11 I 11.HUtrlft 2.140.45 Burial also at Large Pkg. ChipsoB.D1'
was
I } ,". ::1 II for gitinted. ) t'HU'K FEEDS
f
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loll April 1. 1:1.17: 0.439.31 | Olustee. Mrs. Shallar was a member ,
; KfrflptM: iliirlnit/ month. 824 of the Providence Baptist 9. Think wholesome thoughts.Face AND r.II'IPItS1'and Wash Rag 23c I I
\\ail-fintM flurliiK "tiiontliHal. 5:16: 114 unpleasant situations frankly
Church. Five James L.. Eugene ,
v / \ pt-IItl.: I'U7 8,9.11.16: I Suns

April I I.l>l 1.I'i.l7..,1ei. %.,. IHnl. I.Hd''I C.W., O. M., and Harry, all and your sensibly play spirit.and don't worry. Keep Dressed Hens and Fryers on Fridays and

Ier.'q.t.. duriug, nuutli 16 05 > of Lake Cutler, and two daughters I ;
Hal. Apl-ll 1. Ml'IT!" 1. ::17. 61 I : 10. Have a health examinationby : : I SaturdaysWE
i r llUlrh't. >... II Mrs. I. M. Douglas of Lake City.
ask I
Hal April l I I. li.:7: : 2.40il 02L'eeeipls i i and Mrs. R. M. Bielling. of Lake some physician each year; I
::: ilurliiK: : ; :monlh.tiTHMti 8 43I I' Hamilton IIUI vive their mother. nis advice and follow It.The proiessive HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE |I
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t'I \ < dot lag: miiiilh' I Ill 6D" Faimer..ruriKe .
Hal) April :II. l'.i:7\ : 2.:11..8::! I II Funeral: arrangemEnts were in.., ",
Ill.rlelo. 7'ii 1 I LINE OF SEEDS FEEDS AND ;
I"htll'ge of DeWitt t I. Jones. ,
Cotmtrpfome MC CALLS II I I. 'IM.I7: : t.:149: !' eit .
_r 1N t K:"""'tpt* fliirlnir month. I 11.3'11 I --- -- .- -- ---- diainage piojoct is sufferInjj i' FERTILIZERS IN THIS SECTION.SISTRUNK'S I
Jg; tN ., 11. API 11:11: IH.I7IIUtrli1: 1,40414 I from lack of laboreta and only .
P f !slWAVS I : TO T.Mnqi I
Picto. ... I
BFtTEQHptIS 1 % u
i Tr StOr7 .. Shc $ 1'.l. I April, I. 1".1.! II .I' 1.11219' : 'i n :soqultoos : twenty men are working on the
'I.'Uevi ly F1kM .,'I'.| ihn, dug mouth, 71r : 525.0OU drainage; c inal) pio.ect ri'urSt.
1. fouratages
JfVgNAL ,IP. ,il ;' :r'.I': ,:; \t>. 11H | 1.01761t11.rr1.i I| : i'II> the pass egg. through(21( the larva I II I'loii'l vvl--i-h is half comple'' d. '!; : FEED & SEED STORECONCRETE I

., .\1"111.1":1.t ': iotc.3:I I i ri. and III''' :-.My r.n-n t .. np'.oyed: 1 when ti'I"Ject
at pal, 'I 1 l'i7! i.'ois.hsI'Ol'l 'I wigglelaili.i t Pupa (
111.1 rh't Nil. II I i giirtvn-up winger [adult The first : was stinted last fall. ',. ,. '
"" 2.3(14 1 --- --- -
'i 1-1.17
II"! I -- -- -- -
l ---- -- -- --- -
,. S"ccnl.i and l third lire the water
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Y"klf : I I.-t l'' : I ic ''I\'h\' !
Q lean el 'Il.l.i tltu, Intr month, i.hai.. ,, -. ..r-- '!:>. _
J.- -t.iges and here 1.1 where the fish: "'
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Clortrfuar gmerry -
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did -
i Mt 6 ., Ap-il .M.' !I'iT: : ; ..; ;: ,.
30203I '
Q cant,, N51i r yr lil.lrieln.. 1 19: 'i get In their WOI k. There Is a spe- '... "" 1. :..,,;-s.;, "'!oJ'.;, .'!'! -- E
.r r0 .1 .1 'h ; .
,., Sat Mimpt I 6 Aprl! 1. III''17 III D. 1.I.lt7.;: ,i dial Kind of Itch that feeds on mos. J', \' ". .
Yr e d in11 1 I ; :...,;;":. !" ::, ..
,. I CV 4M t ? 1 0entfe..m Ys.FMctcll't < pt" H dating I nionlh 3.91 .: ,lf ., ,. .: ..- ::
: and i larvae. The.'! are '1.i' .. =:-
xprll : t. l'i.7' II II|i. 1000.1I11.IrI1 'iult.3( tg-j3' -
'. : M?,a\A r 2 ( O Hand Stab$ ItJ1rl./ t l0 15I'I GaruLusii afiini3 or the conimoi-, : ---- 'I: ... rP
'n'.l
.
ttIt. April I 1. Iil7! : 29:1.72: tI
Niell' Yr.. t\ laiii, .ilurhiHmonth, 7 in,) ;; top minnow. Mosquitoes| do not
I Q iBoYr 1 *t1: I yr ill I Api II s.1: 1 IU.I7" \ II D. aOIl.'aIII..I..t breed in damp or wet weedsi
grass
4' Gam R'r2 tleiUtrs 6 Mot 0 L rGrnhd, M'e0nfe' ..4 rr, ,... IsAii..iln i i
1 Yr. 0 /d a +. 1 / 'tl I. 19:7! 413.73:: I bushes but no pool of stagnantI ? 1I
., } L Mt0 uP1 Matte B Yru Hi l. :il. l! :i7Illxlrlct 413.?.!
1 a ly) 1 Yr. a mj 'I < April I I \\ Is too small for them to I I .I f
part __ P/rmoulh Urr yr %... I fj:
_
'; tolhin4 rson.. ___ i. Yr. Q p5511 Rtel Mo.v.l Yr. 1'.iiHI.'r"' April" I. l'lli.: 3896. I:,| bieeU in. The female Anopheles is t Ts. t --
}' punil ..rt Yd, d rrrlw y I Y 11111..".... .April, :31. Iil7! : 38.PoI the maliria mosquito, but she has : v- tea.f .
I' ptl.Sa.K M'tp epdtabl, _L r' O Ri.1 dq LrT .l yr IIUIrli-1 %0. IS
't. l 11,11..tprll 1 I. Iii7! : t) I' PIIl1! ::! to bite a person who has malaria
siutr Rhd aw15Inyi r4tJourn1' y ,U.>i.flptH diirlnic, month 4 12 I before she can carry malaria
.
Sepw VHrraiiti* lnrliiM: month SO 20
Yrl Sal( April, :ll.: I Iti17.!" 111' 1,52681:: geims to another pel son. But the
i h, 1"1":1"1'It: lll.lrl.'lJ. N1hl\(1' .'1 >" thing that Interests u.i Is how to

list. Alifll' i I. I'.I.IT IY:112: avoid all mnsqulioea1. :- -
iet>c.*lpiH. ilnrlnir month Urt.48 Screen.
Hill I April :31. 111:17HIMrlct\ : 1,34960:
4 >.. S: 2. Break up breeding places. rt
arm 110.
l
-. f orrEll .0. /CM)" April I 1. I'.i.'l 11 1,3711IreitttN 67
1 ... ..... Alt Ie... All ,.... during" .month. 644 Ml Get rid of anythingaround the .
Tale _
1 .
I TIoI. ...._. i 'I. ---
r. o.lr r.. 0.1" I1ll Apl-ll ::ll. TI.17Itlxlrlt't:! .03:1.50:) place that will hold a spoonful of I -
6 k.a. : B } ........ } So.Itnl. ,, S water for week. Ifthc'.e I
10 as long as a
) ... $2. 3M. Qoo". A $2.40 April I I. Iil7HptflpiM : \ 794 K1
1 during month 1.272601 la a good reason to have such
';I Hal' April 31 I. 1l1I1! :> 2.007.14District
!ty %.. IS water, cover It over with cloth
y orrla "0. s orm 110. tlril. April I I. 19:17! : 2015,62 wire, or oil.
This 11..._.... I Y" All Iw t- 11.w__. I 'I" All Ms Ktelpin, during month 120.79!
3. Cut all underbrush near the!!
.. warrants during .month. 27000flal.
2M. ...A } r.. OooIr 2aMi..la"A } r.. 0.1.1'ka April 31, 1937 ..__ 182.41 house where mosquitoes can harbor
.
...,._.P B $2.25 3M...00........ B $2.50 during the day. Spray oil on ditch ROADS

banks near the house if such ditches

hold puddles of water.

'I 4.) Use a dip cup of oil on flow. *

Audis Ie" ..... M..... M..Yate a Ja...Uw ass Ing ditches or branches near thehOl'nt. GIVE WHEELS
Jt.._ 'NI' a......_ I." _. PIct.... __ LeAw.d.as '. WINJ5STO
N.- .... 0... 1004 .W BTP I 7"0-0- .... .suspending a half-gallon'
l...., N..e aM Gm4..._ LII Op..dudry I.ISSr..4. rR bucket of etude oil over the ditch I
..'. Oas n. I." PmuW M.1 _.. I..'
C..._'. r_ 1.71......... (_ ty) I.M z so I that a drop will fall about every
011" U" __ .... Pbrd..l, Ca1 Ilw LII half-minute.
1.1 CllrI.d_ ........ all P .l .lay .... c'S 'gal
1.1 g-::: : w.NJ =' I.'i. : nDeU i'M ; :I. If mosquitoes get into the mad jolts vanish when onto the co.icrc'e.!
: :: )ba.s. 11"- u: M bak. : house, close all doors and windows ,j jars your car swings
_$_ ___ 1.11 ...lo> SC..M* Mrathlr_ .... JITTERS ribbon stretches before smooth safe inviting. 11"-1 *
Male Psitv '..0..t 1.71 Ned). Jf.... (<<--.11)_ .... 1 e ,, tight and bum a pound or two of you ,
i 1.1mss '__1. I vi.- III a.db 11 Ma..".. .... sulphur. Use a pot to burn it inn.l lest nervous tension and fatigue; no ruts no chuck holes, no muJ.1'outcar
i i n.ll .... S_ 1.11 a..taW' *t ...'...- '..Ur. I I
1.1 1.4 ...... G. .... Mr..stae .... MNOLE set the put in a tub of water. is a better car, and you are a better driver.
Neu A.--..it III .s ." 1.00 Use a spoonful of coal oil to start
110_ ad Oaode. .... Slim Sena LOS that
Nw.Yetd ........_ I.'. 1*.M A .Mumnftil .... the fire. You like concrete! And you should.You can depend on it. You know
f W..kty WTrm a rd., 1.70i I I 6. If you have an open well exchange : : its safe non-skid 7loP
i t-y: DIM.m:: u: llorr tl.eai..s LIIMCCalr. J JACKSONVILLE wet or dry. sur.ce grips tires and helps you
.
Masada L01 W__'. W.t LSIJ.d it for a pump with th top:; closed.\ : Mosquitoes breed In
GAKNltl ANOdtWJ Mmf 4n w ellu. -The Progressive Far- obstacles pedestrians and the edge of the road.
ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT d tin
weds, l.yn.hell In die has.de.s.- mer. You can't afford 11'"co have concrete. For concrete actually cost lest t>)
clilanvilla., tK tub and a---
fawn Evaiy roam > -
L1'T Gentlemen de.a. felt mttmr. tale, f Is., .w.d.... ffalltdwlwtM LABOR NKKDKDKISSIMMEE : I I build than other roads of equal load-carrying capacity, and cost far U'
i.saw dose... E.ae Bad .,th inn.nnt, M'-':
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I : A What's in tire and repair
and yhorUKe or.alioiets forupkeep. more, concrete saves gas car
iudn1 Lap Rvnnmf it..at.
/ I enclose I____for which pleaso lend me
M.r.ll.ei. for piojecU In Osceola
I' U the magatinet I have checked tog.ther with I I Get the matt for officials build COI'":
: s.I I. All CONDIVIONID bounty, was reported todiy by the your money. Urge your highway tt>
'
d yeir'i subscription to your newspaper I COCKTAIL lOUNCi COIftC 5HOOININO > I I Portable
.I II AND MttllNO DOOMS W PA office. 'fhE relief wcrker; safe economical concrete road

r. I I II ___Rrtoifl. wild Alvcu 8
1'' Name_ II I I IlRowMStOO (0 sew H.5O steady Jcbs in piivate i.K'mtry. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 1
II I .
40RMMS3.M t4Ro.. S1.10
rhf ..
I I neirly completed .:' .OCO\ Kls-
/ 5..1s l.a s .i M. 1.i 14.00POUNS
t Street or R. F. D I I Hurt Bid*., Adam. Ga.A .

K'd r I 0.... 1 a N...'. el Church will mee. at the home of < ..*"\...., ......_1''.... to .", ,.ra.. .* 'd Town and State .0'" 'An... .... HorlL ouor. I i &uHutchen next: Friday after c."_ Mrmgh' ......HfIc r..wrth.sd.nas..nsg II.'H wmF..w .
I.1 I _r_ ....-.0. "Ion.'I! hope to have: a large attendance. --
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.. .... II. 19n: BR.'D"'OnD'Ot_ : TELEGUI\PH.. ST.I\RKE. "'LORlD.hlll .'

Galnl'HvilleV'dnl'Ollay! dacy for tpcakcrnhip of the House fc Jj
Into him, haveknown IV"" Korry about I "And his being away over andover' ping In ft
been drilled and batteied
Mr and Mrs. In 1839. Othcin' frequently men- (
M..". J. A Graves
nnc] he had come out like this. thin! It Isn't for thnt >ou brought Never btinging home anyone several days tloned as probable candidates are
Leon Graes spent
those
with! Then
Jimmy''" cried Fred, his voice me heie now heworked Windeimere last Robert F. Slkes of Ok looH.- County
took with telatlves' I
breaking "don't you 8..e you got "No," Raid Fred He pau eil, I strange 'phone calls. She Pan Kelly Jr of Nassau t'oun-
week.
life I Fred's aim, weakly, hoping against
"Once In
? arms folded. my ,
to quit could her. "Itisn't Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood ty John Burks of THSCO County
"So long, pal," replied the other try to do Komelhing on the level hope he "reassuie of Waldo weie dinner gueots. of Mr George Holt of Dade County I.-
off. make this out of It. Now I true, is It?
detaching himself and Malting and you and :Mis. J. A. .1. McKlnney Sun Roy Collins of Leon County and F
He wont a dozen steps, turned, you think I'm going to let it go at He was unable to answer. He|I Bamberg Harrell of H mllton

gave Fied a long, searching look, I that!" cursed himself for being the prince duy.I Mr and Mrs. T. W Dyal ami
and silently dmappcaied Hround, the "I don't know what you mean of fools. I I and County
Wesley I\VH! were visiting Mr _
i
corner did Rose in appaient bewilderment. i I "I lemember. last year." Mis. Johnnie Lewis. of the Ziff n

The Circus Maxlmus was not do- |: pered Roue, "when his .. Whlll'\< \ tion Saturday night. "pC'j Sufferers E.pect Relief l ;

M'Penwl So FarllInllll lets her In for being gunman's Ing a very flourishing business but Kred Ignureil. her reply. was hurt he told me he'd seen a Mr. and Mrs.! David Din'bin and May -ii'Hl

\\ II.",. ","' tl08e** pal Inth. sweetie- Fred refused to move It to the next "And me thinking if theie WitS shooting and wm hit Fied, Juit I chlldien of Jacksonville weie visiting Ir mHIGHBLOOD .
I*" could make a "
, army to Fred "Take it easy, old boy." Jimmy way-station. He had an appoint ever a woman who what does Jimmy do? \ her mother. :\Ir... C Fogg, )
.,,,wrlt'lln ment that evening.. He wasn't sure miin out of n guy It wat Hose PRESSURE ?
at the other'svehemence. In on
,., ""d shields was a little surprised "HoOleI I thought you was Sunday.Mrs. .
,,1111'1, "ho guide"M" brother. "Looking- out for my It would be kept and if not he Duffy!" it," muttered FI''I."e"pondl'nlly.1 A. A Padgett and daughter \m.man.ufrm mar I ., *, ..

111m ike t..d. an I... bt'lIe\'t'd wife is my business." would have to try again. "Fred," InlerpoHed Uoste with a "Oh, Fred l. what am 1 going to Aveline, (>f HaRue1'1.' .' visiting .KIOT Fr rtlivf*...ura from and MiHhlll4HHt thItvndinir \ rf rft ,

\\b'n tM'omplO f'n&ogNl to "Then why don't you do something "Step right up, folks!" cited neivouH Hiiggetitiun of a laugh, "in ''I: do?" I II her patents, Mr. and Mis.' J. and ymf'tom rfiaiiniwaK I* oftirarinrh .;j.

lnlln .. ('roM" nurNe FrP41 about it?" Fred, perched on the duia commanding this suppowd to be funny? Or i III I She began to ....b. He took her in H. Sunency Friday th." *nlll continue totaV ., ..\
"
II. hear her squawking the entrance to his xidc- one of ua cinzy? I I EBBrnc* of UarliaFaralmr "
Hone Duffy. "You didn't Then he cried out "
!
his Aille Hiimghtonami
T.ul mllrr). arms. Mr and Mrs' : TablaU fcoriltnv l
,"H! to her did Concourse of All "[>on.t still!" cried "'I"'!. "It's) no I J.f\i'I-11.\, :
"h. ever lov- about the life I'm glvin' show. 8ee the I hoarsely: Doroihy. of South to direction* on the
? know daughter
,. .1
| dMn.t, When Fred ? I guess Rose figures she's Nations, congregated from the "' good! I'm wise!" "You to duck out Hose, "e\'I.'I'ul I B>*r'<.... Who.aaya tW T J l'
1 however. you gut Klotlda. me Kppmltng iliyswith _______ A w ll.knowB phnlelannaaia
KreJ. .",ve he decide doing all right." His lips curled In asneer. en seas for your (emeitainment'l'v'l I "Wise to what Iliwe fhrnhed 1 inanol.'r while there's time. Let me take relatives < on rmurat) who tud the. .Utblnuaucra \ i
of high bloodntmiir I" 1.
'"h.r, H up. ruin Jimmy's, hap- "You sap! What do you I the nominal price vt one dime, at his tone."To you away from It, now before anything : .fuUr*.. ALLIMIN In many E caaaa..nr. of C rlio FaraUr ,
, ih.ni ? I'd He throughout the I the kind of ilaino you are, I mah It poMlbl* tolr't. .".'>>
"III ,"tcl out thepll.tllrl' think I'm In this for, anyway glanced happens! 1 .\\.NNOr.N: FOIl M'KXHKK: Tablla ToM tab.m "
i..... I'" nllrf .llrklr and ln.lp.nnlt.ly. *
pin.. |ia.k at horn" Fred..nrinK hock my soul to get her a pair of tiowd. The poison' he nought was I Duffy'! Setting up to be too good Rose. stopped' sobbing diew, back *. ara l.it.lr... ndorlaaa and al-oool""I, .lrfrra '" ';!I
I for In pants' and thenshovin' TAULAHASSKK\ : Hepiescntalive harmful druva of *Tary klntl ;t "
buck anything frum
'em In
I'd not sight."Tnight
of ('Ir'u" gloves and bring Slowly an Ironical" smile came over .
his Job tif Uixte Cutmly d truvirint* .t rywhcr l.aru* \\'ff'J' .
..... kid like Jimmy Into W P c'h.ivous: ly |ifM> ( .141'ff'J'.
good .
heart shot out if she'd be a box duly tl do. ;
Jimmy an.1 accldl.ni.ill with my ; we have the greatestuttiaction her faro. of PulniI'eiirh anly due. Suitr-a>ta t
meet Haidin
I live I and' Hop) 1'iiul
hirker .11..0'.1'", to hi. hor- waiting for me!" of the age. Queekajuk ii dirty nickel NO'S you "can "So that's it," she said. """r..d- both newspapermen. i For Sale' ByMl : ,

> he Is ... g""IIt leader A numbing !suspicion, like an pulchiltuilinous Pol.ir princess I soft and Up up the"gravy! die Willis being noble again'! And County annouiued their inili- fl IIKI.I.'> IrIM O I I ": '
have !
:
Ih..1 ,mikl Koac J tf ,1
"You're crazy'
It'...,1".1 l lu '. ...-rles of murdertt.IHUTKK Icy blast! swept crocs Fred's mind. born on an iceboig', educated on a Isn't n I'm supposed to leave I the man I .. .
,? Did KOHC know what was going glacier ought to you at great expense "..pnlhlesAI"lnHllraOl'e: I love with; you you disgu tIng -

SEVEN on ? Was it possible that she was I I I in specl.illy consttucted re- racket" liar!" She started out. BOREE FUNERAL HOME

a passive confederate in the whole I frlgciulor car euts Impol ted "Don't waste Join time covejlu'up1 Rose.." cneil Fred', "there's nobody Full lint '>f CtiaketH A. l'nd.rt'lk.tll'llt.' '..

teed, himself from Fred's sordid business? Perhaps she even ClieenUnd ice. un.ible to exist in 1 seen Jimmy mjwlf, romin'was.nl can keep him from what he'sheiitlod A M 8VL-'NCE SE"VIC K

inni ,'ooly faced him an ex- hud Influenced Jimmy to begin. Hecouldn't I for. I swear I'm telling 11..\\' ANil MIGHT

!.p in >f Challenging Insolence banish the idea, from his the I tinth'. 53 I' HONE 53

rsior,.,.,, thoughts. His voice fell. 'I don't believe 1 yoil\ !" Hashed O. 11. HKNNETT, :Mftr.

'l I l can pl< k my own job," "Maybe you're right, Jimmy" he I Ilium1 "Your stoiy's a good\ one, "A IIOME-LIKK IXsll'l U'l ION":

, tu 'What wl nfleen-buck-a-week book- business" 'ue. Good-bye!"

., "Quit worrying, sucker," said She hunted off as till eyes followed
'
'Yon p. 4111'1' picked a clean way of Jimmy, slapping him acioss the ) her helplessly.To .
answered Fred shoul rfk.ng a living, ( IU* fiintlnurd)
Ittellv, nr"ke my pile and blow. I __. .
., meilals for It In 1918!" "If you don't end up with your ;
!got GKAIIAMMra.
bhot out answered Fied
biams ,
."ro--"...d I Jimmy. I.. C. omlth, I'urrriii>ii ;,
grimly.
the sume, pleaded -
\,This You ain't know it ain't." I I "Those mugs?" laughed Jimmy. Harvey Stalling ami d.iughtci --

fil it'a not." Jimmy "Be yourself! This la kid's stuff' ', Mildred. were visitors to Wal
'You re right, I
"Some of Fied stured at Jimmy. He was tic) Thul'stlItY.
L narcBstlc now. I
,i jullj Ji man boys I wiped off still such a boy. He could see him Mr: and Mm: Volley McKlnney: VISIT KINGSLEY LAKE

"em and around here that first day In camp, "squeamish, ( and chil'lun of Stuike were visitIng -

11 got guys eased out are an and sick at the mention of blood 'her mi it her. Mis. Annie Ward
that get
<" '
e fainting in bayonet practice a I Sunday IIK\1"1H-I: U IM'II K: .VM IIKA..TIIITLtFK"
monkeys.
I 'ppcd-up Rose?" cut In taut super-sensitive youngster I Mis. (C 1"fI gfr, :Mis. C H Roberts FliF.K I'ARKINCJ; SPACKS. 11)RAL, LOCATIONS: FORS1TMMF.R
about \
hat WATERS
\PI A F. M.: tJiiffin "hop"lii. CAMIMNU NKAU TilE ROLLING
who hated the thought and Mrs: weie :
Anting against his mount- seemingly MOST rOPl1LARATL'RAI.: ...
Fl.ORItiA'S
OP ONK OF
t f ig< \ guy so shot with luck of conflict. Then the fundamental I .% N< HKDriTiisouthbound: BKAUTY SPOTS.

ri, woman like herthen precepts of the military code had

!2 \o. 207 Due :Starke;; 11 .43: p.m. AN 1HKAL. L{ eAT10N. WITH SPACIOUS BATHIIOUSKS.

No. 05- Due Stillke 5:15 p m. : KKKKKSHMKNT: TOUNTER. AND OTHER

No. 203- DtieSlaike!; 12:15: p m. : MOHKRN\ CONVKNIKNCES. STOP AT

No. 201---Due Staike 10:20 am.N'oithlioiind .
Jimmy?"dtmandcd Ro
STRICKLAND'S LANDING
;j-",, 4I Ht'.IJj U : ..- No. 202 Due Staike, 1:50: p 111.
( lJa.AmJu.the..e : No. 204- Due Starke 4::15 pm.

after thikillin'1" No. 206- Due .Staike 0:15: p.m. WHKRK YOU WILL MEET YOUR FRIENDS: ',
latitudes, unless kept In aconstant out of the hotel light
I No. 208- Due Staike 3:35 am.
temperature of twentydl.'gl'l.'f8 I 80.1 Our Is Take A Dip In Kingsley
below zero Fahrenheit!" The minute the last xentence wa I No. 214 Due Stillke : am. Tip

Fied's shoulders stiffened. He I out of his mouth Fled teullzed hhinl ;, Starke Bus AI>"t.t: Beasley's
horriblmmtake. 'Service Station, opposite> couit-
broke off abruptly, and motioned made a miHtake A I
1 The look In Kane's tye s house.
to take over
his assistant
to La 10, j
'I the job of chief 8pellblndl.'r.I I told
Vaulting to the giound he edged of fear, even less of guilt; her expi -

I his way through the onlookers. 'easlon was Hither. like that of a I
small child who has received an tin-,
reached Rose.
he had
In a moment
1 ""Well here I am," she said, with forgettable huit from someone Intimate ; I
\ :
trusted.
and
a questioning", look. ONCE
He took her arm. "Killing ?" Roxe lepeated after 1 Fill THE TAN

I "Let's get over here where we him. "Maybe you'd better tell me
"
can talk" just what you're trying to say.

"What's it all about Fred? 1 "Nothing nothing" muttered I

never got such a ctazy life-and- Fred. It was too late to cover up. ,
btfoie." "Nothing1 ci'led Ro c, grasping
IT'S A GLORIOUS FEELING! dt-ath"We'll message talk nbout It in the trail his coat. "But you Bald racket, and dr vea

er." said Fled sternly. I I Kred You Raid killing! Tell me'

HIT xNHMtTH FORWARD SENSATION OF FLYINGnmol "But why wasn't I to bring Jimmy what you meant"
.H TIlE AIR THAT YOU GET WHEN USING: ?" demanded Rose. "I almostdidn't Fred half-backed away shaking

4.0011 C.VIJP GASOLINE. NOTHING ELSE EQUALS lit all" his head dully. His manner con
I If. IPS' THE DYNAMIC Pt.'SD-THE EXTRA POWHi come Rone's suspicions. Suddenly
firmed
> nr C JKT FROM GOOD OVLF.: TRY A TANK I "!Rlt; down here" Fred opened
M I.I. TIJIU\'.-NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE. thv, door of the trailer and the two pirtuies of Jimmy raced through I

laced each other her meaninglexa mind images and disconnected that had been before 11 d a :
talk about
GASOLINE "What have we got to Y
GOOD GULF 'nyway?" she Insisted. "Of course but now, pieced together horrified I

out how wrong her.
E. C. PRIEST, Distributor yesterdayfinding 1 was about you but you must "All that money!" she exclaimed.WHAT 'l'l'f:


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OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

K.\mo"I

RHTTU C fO.MPANIES \IUlw.\nE--L' _L RE=' __ __. _RKAL ESTATE.: _____ ,

I I4J I I ;/F.MTII: R..\DIOl.OODRICII .

()RISI II MALKa"urchaM REAL TIREX AMI: O\T.TF.nlF. -
T\\O FOR ONE
I > One Pint ... ...oW I'ItTC'f-

JOHNSON'S OLO-IOXT I I ESTATE K.*"V TERM1: *

@!JM FLOOR POLISH. ?5c Pint
I OWNERS REPORT
M60"
elf PolixhinKBl'V IF YOU WANT TO Stern's Garage FORD

U. O>>'_(;ET ONE FREE BUY. SELL OP. RENT ,
GALLON
In Mt-rllUrd Bottles 1 SEE tS- 22-27 MILES PER

Bradford Hdw. Co. *ER\'1C K STATION'S
'the I'IIUM* That Rvfrvnlie*

1 .1. B. CARLISLE, Owner WILSONREALTY THE 60-horsepower Ford V.8 i i. writing remark lf

CO. 1-:' ('R.-\.sE road Private
('AFELight' able mileage record on American .

,
o"ner and fleet operators alike report average
Johns & Wainwright

DenmarkFurniture RETAIL VIOROA of from 22 to 27 mile- on a gallon of gasoline.
's Shell) Station INSVKXNCE AGENCY
Co. You can fill the tank of your Ford "60" and 116011

"':R\ ISO GOOD I'LAt E TO Old Reliable ('ompa.I"11 *
mile \\itliout
400 stopping
300
drive all day to -
"e", Spring!!
Rrel
>lng
Atf
\\e! FRIENDS UlthPLf.MBINO
MEET tOtR of Inaumnre
k..r.< wl.,.hes &; (old Drink ,\ Tpe attain( for fuel. Be..ide. costing let*, to run
Sure 141
Be
Stork Ev r.v Day. The SPOTLIGHT
I FORD VI at DrvLctiTraispntjfiB Jael",.
l lo"e.t
nan and Oil than any Ford car ever built, it selN at the
You Buy.
If.fore 1
'rt><- races 529 lrtlSlI
.\. HARTM4N. I'rop.H.ie I
: Ford price in years. That* double} economy! ICON AT Stall tttf ruVrftam Mil*

I I This prie* U lor tb. (.0>bortirporr C4.tir** >Uu -
I I The "60" delivers V-8 smoothness and quiet at trai.d Mhov. *, quipped with front atd rtr fcuap*
"
m t."GGI T1E !' 1 tntd \d\rrtisrmrnt LET l'... (,IE Ol R I'LVMBINfi: I .n. ftp.r fir*, born, wind hivJ) wiper, .. vlkor.A .
jou I hour. It built into the : ::
,peed to 70 miles an is I'' : r
up
What You Want A TIIOKOfOH Hdf !>i:

In lh).. department. It trtnti quirk same roomy body as the famous "85"-with the A MONTH mtttr .*..l d..** -r.-1 i
\\ ..UtI: You Can Find CUE.VM.NGJ. 25 bw My od jl |V37ford V-HC r- frr
!'RESCJU1>TJOXJt.VJRTS modern features of comfort and dependability .. Ford dmUwtavwbvt* m ti I'eifcU:' S' t=
rMul, *. A...k th.. tmtnfMmMm uho L. Simmons tame A." ,nr 1'..... d..I.. ."...., Ih. ..... I. ....al
: In This Comer that make the 1937 Ford V-8 unques pl... ... d.. l........... '....1 C.a .fJ'.

U*. Drug Store ADS has. one. Plumber "
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MaE FOUR: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEUR. PH. STAKKE FLORIDA FRW't '. JIM..
I?I. Igl,
'' -
j Jean Davis Presented I Woodmen Circle l Ha Leaders of W. O. W. Circle in serving by Miss Harriet Ben. guest of her sister an ,

In Jacksonville Recitals Interesting MeetingMrs. son. r law, Mr. and Mrs ri heel

I ocictfj Virgie Flynn district president Miss dance Gill. has returned to She was accompanifMis. m rathtr

of the North Central District, her home here after spending; several Prather, who D'

of the Woodmen Circle presided weeks in Jennings La. as the mother Mrs Fay C 'II
1 lover
the largest district convention -

\ ever held I in thin part of the --.......""' ,!.>..............& "'"' ..-. ....-
Y.V.. A. MeetingThe \Vodding Anniversary 1 state on ThunwJay. June 10, in Y &
Luke ButlerSVoalmen 4f
YV.. A, held I its regular The Rev and ;Mrs. B. M Mont I
Circle members fiomIstaihe. .
::1 monthly> business and social meeting gomery celebrated their tenth wed Small
Gainesville High Springs
I Thursday afternoon and evening ding anniversary Tuesday night I, Down
Island Grove Alachu.1 Cnmpville
8, with informal dinner at P.
with a swimming party at the June an .
; \ f Cross City, Chlefland Dunnellon
,11+ : J. F. Kit-kilter cottage on Kings- 7:00: o'clock at the Methodist par ,
Ocala. Sparr Beilin. l\il.ith, Well- aYlneul
i fey Lake. noruige. A born and Live Oak gathered at ;
j ', Hostesses for the meeting were Dahlias, African daisies and I Lake Butler for this convention.The .
"I { i, Misses' Marine Hemingway, Juan- cornflower were used in decoratingtheir meeting began at 1:30 p. m. I b

:. !. ita Bniefoot find Mrs. Hubertw,3' home for this delightful occa I with( formal opening exercises In1 .

'V A Priest ,sion.The I M .1f ,, 1Fr 1 tnxluctlon of guests and seating
1i I" The next meeting will be held the ,dining table was overlaid of district officers.
'. with handsome white linen dinner I t
I second Monday In July at the home I r Mrs Vonda Inman had charge of
cloth and was centered with an
I' ,1 of Miss Pauline' Priest with Miss of double 1 the general arrangements of the
attractive arrangement .
.. \'f/'/.' nasturtiums. ,.' r e r program and presented! V P. Millet -I I MRS. VIRGIE FLYNN
state manager from Lakeland
aPE(1.W, "O TIILJ'OIt: ; Mr. and Mrs Montgomery had as M a
II I who spoke' on Junior work and
,,1 1 .:INM-4.\C K their guests Judge and :Mrs.: E. K.Perryman ., 1t.. .: .e r! .!J r what the society means In a com

1 For Families who celebrated their
; MISS JEAN DAVIS munity. I ; %l
: Let Me !Show \ nil
I, ", ';1 II. T. 1IM.I.IK.. Priest and Mrs T K, McClane. Jr. MN Jean Davis daughter of Prominent women who took parton I
\ (toes By !Shirks ItotelStarke I the program weie :Miss Myitle
as hostesses. All members are Mr and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis was
Florida ; Out Crump Tampa national assistant .
Ii I urged to attend. presented in a joint piano recital attendant and state manager I 1
,.1 -- --- ------ i with :Miss Eleanor! Moon of Jacksonville '
- "I'l' : :Mrs.: Vonda Inman Staike,
given by Miss Mary Maths
AS NEAR TO YOU national representative and district
FLOWERS is, in Jacksonville on Tuesday, eve ''manager. .
Miss Mary Ella Strickland
t AS YOUR TELEPHONE r fling June 8.
: ( Lake-
II L Butler state junior I I.v
f Jean chose as her numbers on : councellor and Miss :
FOR ALL OCCASIONS; Call 123-J: \ ; Amy Mote ,
the program Bourse from Second ,, Starke, local field! representative ,? .I illlll
1 v ALL ORDERS :FILLED Violin Sonata, Bach, Valse Op. 34, Mrs. Flynn was assisted in con .

ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY : I No. 2, Chopin; In Autumn Op. 51, ducting the meeting by Miss : I ,

MacDowell.: Vemtlenne. ttodard; Moore) inner sentinel Mrs. Maude .
; : :
and four duets with Miss. Moon j|I Andrews musician Mrs. Viola "-,? 1.f
,u MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke Morgenst immting Op. 46. No. I", ( :
; t I i Fussell reporter, Mrs. Mae Green +
Grieg; Anitra's Tame Op. 46. NO.j'' past guardian Mrs. A. J. 't ;(, -j
3, Grieg; Dance of Gnomes, Op. ,I advisor, Mrs. Ethel GrlfflS'j I, .f( ;r/,/ L.7"t'' in inI

I No 3, Whelpley: Habanera de Clnmi ditor and Mrs. T. J. Mcintyre\. auditor ,1.....: ,.: / .. "' R .

I Howe. I i MISS AMY: MOORE

Part of the afternoon sessions Little
I Standifer-Peake i Women Have :Meeting
i was devoted to the rommemora-I| I

j The Rev. E. T. Standifer and 1I I tion of the seventh anniversary oft I The Little Women met Tuesday 1 1

Miss Victoria Peake, both of Jacksonville the society's Home for Aged afternoon June 8, at 3:30: o'clock

3 : FLORIDA BANK were quietly married I Members and Orphan Children at I in the club auditorium for their
Tuesday night June S. nt 8:30: Sherman. Tex. 1 I'I i last meeting of the club year with Y

I o'clock at the Methodist parsonage, 'I I Dinner was served at 6 o'clock :Miss Virginia Fugate president, in /
; i AT STARKE I in the the chair In the of the 1 P
; c I ti in the presence of the bride's Immediate !, lodge dining room. i ".osence 4
;i r { family and a few intimate The evening session which was secretary' Miss Myrtice Killings-
i : NEW IN STARKE BUT 'friends. The Rev B. M. Montgomery open to the public, included the in. j worth performed the duties for

STATE-WIDE IN SERVICE performed the impressive ling stallation of new district officers i I the meeting.

(5.000.0O Minimum; insurance $: ,(HI.OO) j ceremony. graduation of a number of juniors t!J After a brief business session the THE, easiest; payment plan in town-and the guativc

'{ for each depositor Arrangements of dahlias, Arrl- into the adult society and talks by j 1 following officers of the year 1937- refrigerator improvement in years! You get them hull.

t : ROGER L. :MAIN President ; can daisies and cornflower made national and state officers. I ;38 were installed by the president ashen you choose the new Set:wart-Warner-the only
{1; the parsonage a most attractive Among those from Starke attending I I In a very impressive service: refrigerator with SAV-A-STEP SLID-A-TRAY
f'' i 1 W B. SEWELL VIce-President, Cashier I setting for this (quiet lovely wed- besides those on, the program I| President Miss Frances Peek and
L If were Miss Elizabeth Williams I Vice president Miss Miriam Guy ether brand new features that save work and cut current

DR.) P. A. BR1NSON VIce-President ding.Mrs.. Standifer attended school Mis Edna Hutto. Miss Julia !ITison. Secretary, Miss Mary Edwardsof cost. Come and see SAV-A-STEP today. It turns rear
1
+ ; MEMBER\ FEDERAL DEPOSIT in Jacksonville and prior to her Mrs. Alma Sapp and Mrs. j Lawtey space into "front" space-ends back-shelf fumbling-

{+ ,, INSURANCE CORPORATION marriage was employed in a fur Emily Denmark. Treasurer, Miss Edna Pearce. gives as much easy-to-reach space as refrigerators cost.ng;
niture store. She has a wide circle Miss Marjorie Benson accompa- $25 to $50 more. Then inspect the new SLIDATRAYthe

of friends who will be glad to learn I Spenj-the-Day-Party I nied by her mother, Mrs. J. H. big, hidden rearranging tray-and all the other
I her marriage At Kingsley Lake : Benson delighted her audience
I I 10f improvements found only in the new Srewart.\X'arntr.
with two vocal numbers "I Love
I The Rev. Mr. Standifer is pastorof Enjoyed By U. D. C. !And let
I You Truly", and "Just Awearyingfor us explain our amazing new"No Down Payment"plan.
I the Epperson Memorial Church I At the Kingsley: Lake lodge of I' You" (Carrie Jacobs Bond.) Come in today or tomorrow ure.
L in Jacksonville. He
received his
I Mr. and Mrs S. T. Dell the W. T, During the social hour the hostesses -
A. B.
.
degree at the University of
I Week Chapter, United Daughters Misses Grace Green Dot
Ala., his B. D. at Emory; and his
: | of the Confederacy spent a most Bishop. Lillian Stump and Eliza-
V-' New M. A. at Columbia Mr. University in .' enjoyable'day Thursday of last zeth Piummer served sandwichesand HART FURNITURE CO.
Yorkl| Montgomery and :
week the occasion
being the annual Ice tea to the members press
"'' Mr. Standifer
'
were classmates
at
r I' picnic and business meeting ent. The hostesses were assisted .
STARKE FL."
1' 010 ANNUAL JUNE Emory University. I. just before the summer vacation.
'' \ After the -- -- - - - - -
an Informal The
CATIONJOXTKEI. EVENT ceremony hostesses for the day were t
i' p PD A
- -
- -
wedding I - -
held Mrs.
reception was at S. E. Brownlee Mrs. W L.
which time Mrs. Montgomery served I I Wall Mrs. Emma Canova Mrs. J. SO. CanStAndard Peek

Ice cream strawberries and I II M. Brownlee Mrs. J. E. Wilson and FLOUR sec GREEN'S

j, cake. Mrs. S. T. Dell. Baskets and wall o
r' After spending a short time with vases of many-hued petunias add 24"Lb TOMATOES can 6c

I their guests Mr. and Mrs. Stnndi- ed to the charm of this Ideal sum- (

j fer left for St Petersburg to at. mer home which Is fanned by the ] STORE

t I ALM(1D (O(i: '""" ern imJill:1fliimlr.iil: J : :: :: !:''!llilllillru II: IIiCl.!!'!.:.. hi4116w; ',b;;:;:;I"", ,:'I I send. the Methodist Conference, I I breezes from the clear, sparkling I Golden Hlpe 1 Ibs. FANCY. FRESH

tt 'i CP1. 711 I. mr. ,&:c: i d .!.lIr..t TlBE & hVi II I -i, waters ot Kingsley! Lake. j' J
,. T t TII Mrs. H. V. Knight had as recent After a delicious buffet Iunch56n : CASH & CARRY TOMATOES Lb. 4c
_.. -.
.
1 """'- Ml 31 i Bananas 13c
) ;.r\: PAt' 'IB guests her sister, Mrs. A. M. Do- the company gathered on the wide STARKE FLA.

t ', 9"' witb'LPe. totsaeI { t3's. ,. ::1LlI.STIC.'K :1\I'\I I barganes and her Ion. Robert Do- screened porch and the presidentof I ,

1 I :!"Z'.;;. 29 C: ''t \,\ )1131 Solutbrq fl flt ',I barganes, a student at the University the Chapter Mrs. L. A. Davis
: {IOUTU\\ASD of Florida. presided over the business session.At PET OR CARNATION RIB BEEFSTEW.

t '' ,,I A He rdu... ''I'' this time delegates were elected -
{ ;rt( J sue tun r\ c AMI. : I II'JI: 'i 110111 49c: 0 '"I'" nineteenth wedding anniversary at to the annual convention which MILK 3 tall cans 20c Lb. lOc
39c
E'.ELO ,,'."!lap!' tint' I \ :''II'I TOR ::1 the same time.R1TZ will be held In Miami in October ,
Fet ?prLlup, : "..h .Dd II'' Mrs. L. ATRennolds and Mrs. J. T-BONB
I a He SITE ..U:o./'J arhm"utb.. M. Brownlee were named as dele MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. -- .10c
i Ii PM'"I': 11..11..""tn". I, and! I :: 25c
SIIA l'cltt.lf1 1 \ 'j S90 : I j gates Mrs. H. B. McLendonand STEAK Lb.

+ I : li wifeii\: :!! I ?! i\''il\ I I'k;' : THEATRE nates.Mrs.The"A.president Z. 'Adkins appointed as alter.the I SUGAR S Lbs. 25c

2:e 'I2Enl'HL 'UI I lCOUN 22c
: iI''" 3..0 sbeeta KLENZO I I, I Ii following members on the nominating I CHEESE, Pound '

i SOLf'ENT, : 19c ffiill FACIAL: TISSI'ES :J:! committee: Mrs. W. G. Halle, Sr. FKfl.
p Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and Miss SMOKED:

I "Ie M/E i-iHrrtsr iii uYEAST >< 11' 1''I1.t :'oladgelIddleton.. The name of I SALT Pkg. ---- 3c SAUSAGE, Pound __ 12'2CIllTK

i earl C '''nitt:: Mrg. G. W Brown of Lawtey was I
I'I'I more. than 't1JI't1JII !p MERITA OR BEIX.BREAD '
r :, STARK proposed as a member and the ( ROAST OR
I
!p, ylNl
it I one Lox at Chapter gladly accepted :Mrs. I IBt'own STEAK Pound 12Vgc
1 (;ti tIfIff"( EJ'.r It I. low'" : 3 Loaves 25c --
: and! she will become
'' Il1IE%I'TES a member
i I''A 3 49c i'i'I i't ll price ,
COIPOCND: 0... ft( as soon as her credentials! are : I ALIGHT
.i I registered. At the close
of the
.
d"i, a San"" 11.:1: I '
"' BULBS Each 5c SAUSAGE Lb. 121hc
.
SSe S.IEii : "T .C PLnn.tlD .lue .9: twwt u" business session the Chapter adjourned ,
,It"t' '
L
2 c: I' '
A i ii OIL :r oil. ,, '" IIU\I'1mIIlt"\ '! : : ''r :II''lli1 for the.summer vacation i
I :'Ir iI llJIit.itI. ''lr l "h \". :":':, 1IQ: l I h, r which will last until the first Wed H'\UT .1.\R RELISH or BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c

+ 2.".. -l7F UKI1E lllltl .. nesday In October. I II
NAIL "..1.' .'. r-w ee.rrri As the third day of June is the SALAD DRESSING 20c
POLISH ...1. 1I'7c 19j1' JiINEItAL OIL II"I,,: PROGRAM birthday anniversary of the noted )
II'! Southern leader, Jefferson Davis,
tk !H/fc Ht,.\*tU IllLAlHK'Lroi. '. lulonal lubri..nl 'of MIll. I','' I I the Chapter historian Miss Amelia I; In'\RT JAR RICE 5 Ibs. 24c

fall S9c: '' I'' FILL PINTrrgulur L,l, ::,",;, FKI.-s\T., .II'XK 11-13 Ray presented Mrs. G. W. Roberts i PEANUT BUTTER 25cDAILY _
<' IIEA 1'1 pound i'i'"I'' /.,;: "I 1 I Mrs. H. B. McLendon und I
Miss
6 ''ili, Tile riceetre i ;[ Double Feature
"Ill REIl I. I r.I ,' Madge Mlddleton who each read / GROrSD PITIECOFFEE lOc
PRINCE ALBERT
.. ,. t. IE:" ) I'I '
.- 11 Jefferson Davis.
!(I HEAVY sttnex: arc % ,", Starrett Later in the afternoon ice cream I Lb. 12>/cTO ISc FKO. -

$0. Hit ALLI: ( a ft..U Product. I ',:' "Men In Exile"Dirk and cake were served and a ,
I"1 number -
:
..'OA>TT OIL W' ''' ,' IjIIi'IIt\i.; : CIGARETTES 2 for .25c
rO C I\\ 1' '''I'' rr \I of the party went swimming. _
SHAMPOO I :I : ,;,!IM1111 ,ltiJIo'; _OO'I'IIIIICIDII111' :!:! !ffil \ ... PurcellM < Present on this I :>IATO
happy occasion
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CLIP; TillS aF COUPON: SAVE 25c N.- IN.. JUNE 13-14 were: :Mrs.! S. T. Dell of Gaines. CATSUP 14-oz. lOc MUSTARD. Ots. lOc
voile, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. l I
t N Get this Car Nome Perfume and a generous I II "The King and The W. L. Wall. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.

I S 25c sire box cf the famous 2.00 Cars Ncire I Iq Chorus Girl" E. S. Matthews Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I -
NO. 2 CANS
Face Powder for only 25c and this coupon.) Joan BlondellIVrnund Mrs. W. G. Haile, Mrs Effie Miner! TOII..ETCORN
f i I / Clip coupon and bring to our JfanB Drug t I tiravet :\ G. W, Roberta Mrs. Hal Edwards l- | j jIrs. TISSUE
i rolls lOc
3
3 for
I I Store today. Offer good only\during this save! I II Miss :Madge: Middleton, Mrs. 25c
:
Je
Not redeemable after June 30, 1937. ? eem W. B. MUUlleton. Marjorie Sue
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TI'ESDYMATINEE .t
i t coupon early. :o..alT-n'Nt 13 Middleton, Mrs. H. B. McLendonand I NO. 2>i CAN. TABLEPEACHES KELLOOO'S! CORNRAKES

I N A I E.c..a. ...."..".."".............................."..........."..."...-.. j "Her Husband's little daughter, Jeanette, Mrs I 71hc'
.t..........,aI..e I II E. Matthews, Mrs. Marcus F, 15c Pkg.
I 1 .. .weurr ADDRESS....._"..".................."..........""........ ........" I IMITCHELL'S Secretary" Brown. Mra. S. E. Brownlee! Mrs |
-- : -- ---------- 1A. Da-vis" Mrs. J. M. Brownlee .
..... \.Iran. :MiilrVnrrrn Hull Mrs J. W. Andrews Mrs. Charles i, Better AGENT FOR Quality

Dinkins. Mrs. Emma Canova :Mr.

\\ED.-Tli nes.. JT>K 16-17 L. A, Rennolds. .lr8. Sarah L. : TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
Hamrick, Mrs O. L. lUynes, OIlu. I Its
DRUG(; STORE ,
of London"Freddie
"Lloyds
Amelia and Olive Ray Mrs H '
Bartholomew T Hall. 'Irs. Ira Rape of Gainesville 3-9-3 Per Ton $21.75.14-7-5 Per Ton $24.10

.Madeleine Carroll :Mrs. C. M. Mitchell) of
TaJla.1 I
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't
hansee, and Mr. W E. LLvF




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JI' tt,11S1 BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPII ST.-\RKE. FLORIDA .. ,e.t; FIVE t tBits
_p .
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I Mrs. T. B. Hendrlcks of Lak I :Mrs.L. J. Lane and baby Mary |-t : Mr. and Mis. Woodrow Melvin, Mr and Mrs. C C Hoppe who + fi

'land was the guest of airs L. A 'Beth of Tuscaloosa, Ala., arrived ami left Monday for New York of Milton, were guests of Mr and have returned from Washington ,
Kennolrt-t several days this week en I Saturday for an extended visit T K. Wednesday
i after vpendnlg several days herewith Mrs. McClane Jr DC. ate visiting Mrs. Hoppe's sister
of route to Mt Ary N. C. with the former' parents Mr. and Mis. Snyles'< sister and broth Mrs McClnne accompaniedthem and brother-in-law. Mr. anti i

-------- Mrs. P. J. Pearce. er-in-law. Judge und Mrs G. K. to Milton where she will remain Mrs. O. L. Beanlt-y en route to +;

'Mr and Mrs. C. W Dt'nneytnu -- --- Perryman. fur a visit of several days their home' in Tampa., G

j daughter. Margaret of Savannah, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter -. -- Mr. :Melvin ix the mayor of Milton ------- ---

NevKs Ga., of Mrs. Sara, left for .
? were S. F. NewPort
local guests Tuesday ,
)Mr and :Mrs. James Chase und - --- :Mr and Mm. F. H. Ho* were in + t
Hamtlck !Saturday; and Sunday. Rlchey where they will visit \'' II. Carter of the
Mr and Mrs Nathan; Steitdman.Sr : manager/ Tampu Sunday to visit Mr. Box" s. p'
CONCERNING; OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND -_. Mrs. Barefoot's sister, Mrs. Frances of Gainesville spent Thuisiliiywith Peninsular Life Insurance Co, of mother Mrs M. Box. They were
: M,'. and Mrs. C. C. Jones announce Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Chase' uncle anti tho Daytona Beach I District and accompanied home by Mrs. Box,

l'nor.UESS( OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN the birth of a son on Sat' aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover. Mr and Mrs T. T. Rape of Gainesville who will visit them fur a week 1

I urday June 5. at their home on Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Miss Juiin-/ -. .--- I(I were guests Thumdiiy, of Mr Before retuning to Rtarke they I
Walnut St. :, Ita Hurefoot, Mrs W. M. Wlmborly, and :Mrs 11. T. Hall Jr. went to Plant City to visit Mrs, ,
.1 Mrs. L. J. Green and daughter, Mis. O. L. Beasley spent the -.--- -- Box's mother Mrs. G H. Blunt ''l'fF

L Mi's. L. A. Davis spentcaturuJ' Mrs. B. Jacobs and Miss Rosa ..J.V.. Edwards Jr. of Belle I Judy were shopping in Jacksonville week-end, Mr. In find Tampa Mrs A.with P, Dtirdon.her patents Friends uf Paul Knight will be "t1 J.3

Ml I ? ,"n Jacksonville\ lind Jacobs spent Monday in Jacksonville Glade Is the guest of his patents!, I Monday I She WAS accompanied J home by her interested to know that he Is: :Mr. and. Mis. Rlchurd William-
'
I Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Edwards, for '- nephew Jimmy lloppe. spending a short vacation I traveling sou and :Melvin Williamson of New ,

rj Walnwright,, Jr.?, spent I several days.. I Mr. and Mrs K.: W Hayes, and i .... In Canada with a classmate! Frank York City are here, visiting relatives t
v in Jacksonville Mrs. W. H. Hart is Wlldw-ood ----- I f.miily moved Tuesday to Kingaley Misses Frances Peek Lillian O'Hilen. Jr, and his 1".It'nIH.Ir.! Mrs. C R, Williamson Mrs

Munday visiting her sister, Mrs. L. S. Dr. and Mrs C. Mendoza: .1 find Lake where they will remain for !| Stump, Juanita Barefoot, Dot IPI trod Mis. ,Frank UUilen of Mid Mike: hew and children, and :Aha: tt. ,
Miner of Lawtey IIItJ' Strickland. Miss' Gloria Johns of Jacksonville the summer. They are occupyingone R TarratiiH.. Mr Hlc-huI'Vlillam., It .,
I
Beatrice
lIss and Fannie Silcoi" and the Rev C. hlnl.Iidl.: alter which he will
E. U Biggs. ----- were guests Sunday of Mr. and uf the Strickland cottages. Is _
'Jf Mrs B. Price !left Tuesday for DeLand "Icon an Interpieter in a Spanish
.
quest return to (Cincinnati Ohio, whereho
Mrs. T. J. Gilffm. I
Mrs. L. E. Dgudon; formerly Miss _____ -- i! to attend, the annual Florida HllpI i 11 II/oIIlh|| ) hold In =New Yolk and j
and Mrs. C. B. Price Frieda Raue, of Elgin, 111., is on h Hi. and Mis Thomu.s M Palmer list Assembly. will bnm.lrast throughout tin- Mr ::\1..lvinVlIlIanutOn. is an i-lec it ,
Jacksonville nn extended visit with friends here Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis are In | _. ','. 1 r "
a'''i.inv in and children] \ Susan Chailulte. and ----. -- lIumm< trlcal contractor In the same i:if)
;.tr St Petersbuig attending the annual Charles of Jacksonville
wereguests
H !S.ipp' was visiting rel- Ladles. have you seen those $1.110 conference. of the Methodist Sunday of Dr and :Mrs 11. Miss Katherine Haynes returnedto
sU) .lainesville:; Monday. drc>.H.*H lit !Sturnp'a> ? Church. Smyth.Mr B. McLcndnn. Kingalcy: Luke her home here last week afterspending I ATLAS '
I IMI'
:i several weeks in TallaImsHce l'l'I
----- .. tr
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and Mrs R. C. Buford will and Mrs. C H. =Nasworthyand '| us secretary to Senator
D. E. Knight spent
Mrs Mr. and Mrs I. S. Hutto hud
us i
E. Johns
Charley during\ I the legis- I' ,
:Mrs. Elizabeth Meadlc
spent
spend the week-end In Jacksonville TIRES
'm Jacksonville. guests Sunday Mrs. Edun McNeil lature.Sirs.. AND TUBES
in Gainesville
Sunday visiting'
with relatives.
'of
\ Tampa, Mrs. Dewy M.insel of 'v aI
friend ----- --
yi I :Mrs T. K. AlcCl.ine, Jr. -'-- __. I I Plant City and Mi. and Mrs I I
week-end In Gainesville< Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Miss Elaine George Davis uf Jacksonville.: O. J. Griffin of' St. Augustine '\ I <"il \I\MM. ,I'i MOV I'llx-II! XDKISI I.OU .e,< Ks.
.IVtS Edwards Joe and Klbert Edwards ) Senator and Mis. Charley to:. at'rived Tuesday for a visit ,
e Johns have returned to their home with her Mrs. E. L. I AUTO ACCESSORIES I .
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. : :Mfr and 1>l1s. L P Ray, Mr. daughter. 4'
Firrld.p\ N I ImrjfHlii Juy nt 'here after spending several weeks I and Mrs L.. G. Ray and children.! Hlggs.! Friends of Mrs. Biggs\ will 'r.' I
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and son, Kas- In TallahasseeLittle -. regret to loam that "she, has beenconfined '
"tuntp\( Janet and Larry, of 'Jacksonville .: II": si'MI: \KI: ) OIL 1'6)1)1'"FS, AM: \\tll) Lit I.IKK: "
I'.f I -- per, and R. F Theca spent Tuesj j; ----- were the dinner guests! of Mrs J. I 1 to her home for scveialI I TO >: KKK: MM. OMK: IN' ; '1'111111. '' l 1
Minn:, Sara Jo'rftnct'8 Demaree of day in Jacksonville Miss Joan Carpenter, of !I W While Tuesday i I I'a' )'>! because of illness
Jacksonville Is the her
walt'.be\ guest Saturay -- i guest ofv
-
iur-M-vIHe -- \
nt Mi and Mrs. H. C. Rltch.Mi Miss Kate Struth spent several i j i' uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. D. Kern: "hulow, !sh.tdiHttti triune Mr and Mrs. S, R. Johns, Jr., ->\i. >|M-ri lallre in- .

w days last week Wildwood with P. CarpenterBeautiful -Ris, 'dlll Hale price\ :.litf tit !oottuu,.'... !and baby of Savannah Ga., spent I
\ Abbie Harley of Gainest her sister, Mrs. L.. M. Des a. j 1 the week-end 1 here with relatives. Washing Polishing Greasing f13
i \tlnilo\v M'rtni nil (' !- I
; was the week-end guest of Misses Hazel and Lois A ilk Ins. I Mr. Johns returned to Savannah,
orv ><> I !Sale> I 10e titStiiinp'H.
pel.il
| Hi E L Biggs. Sheriff A. O. Andreu was a business price Miss Virginia Fugate and A. Z. Ad- Sunday but Mrs. Johns and babywent

visitor to Jacksonville Tues kina Jr., attended the commencement to the State Farm to visit A.A.DURDEN SERVICE STATIONtl

'finova of Gainesville spent day. I exercises of the University of Mrs. Johns' sister and brotherinlaw -
:Mr. and Mrs. R. m.ft0. tl
I Fi 18' here with his mother Mrs. George Pow111 Florida In Gainesville Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde. ?
I and, children of Newton N. C., are' .
I E E Canova. Theodore Young, Ernest Phillips i moth"r.1111's. --
guests of Mr. Powell's .
and 1 Bill McMillan were visitors to I
\I. vrry Fugate of Washing-I Jacksonville Sunday. Laura Powell. \ Mrs L. A. Rennolds! spent ,Friday 1
: :\ IOU* > 11F:1O1'IC ,
was the week-end guest in Jacksonville! She was accompanied
e
Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Miss Edna
Mis. J. F Colley. Mrs. C. M. Mitchell, of Tallahassee ,, home by Mr Rennolila of lit I">II
..- --- was a recent guest of her parents ,. Mills and J F. Kickliter were visIting Richmond Va.., who will spend the i rit hEr: *.. 1 I IiiL

i Volley of Florence Villa M,'. and 1111's.V, E Torode. I I Mrs Thomas' sister Mrs G. week-end here. iiL
E. Strange In Palatka Sunday.
.
Sunday visiting his par- Potatoes101bs.23 '

v md i Mrs, \V. A CciJIey.llcy Mrs. G. K. Bennett of West Palm Mis A. V. Long Mis. .... A. Cu- : .\MVHOIJ'i
Mrs DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville 1
Beach is visiting her father, R A. )i nova und children all of Gainesville w
the week-end of ,
was a business vlsi- Weeks In Brooker. was guest were guests Sunday; of Mr ,
I: her par..ntll.Ir.: and Mrs. A. M. GROCERY 1))IKOttr.lt
onville the first of the and :Mrs J. M. BrownK-e! and Mis. I ij
Drirbv.Mr !
1>11'. and :Mrs \V. M. Walnwright i i S. Brownlee.:: .
-- and children of Tallahassee spent I --.--- ; M
I and Mis. L. L. Roane and
.Stetnbcig and Miss LII- the week-end here with relatives. j I I The Rev and Mis. B M. Montgomery ('?I
children of Jacksonville were '
,. nnerjr spent Monday in II I I'guests Sunday of Judge and !Mrs.A. and children left Wednesday We Have The Finest Foods For You At These Special Prices. !] {
m 't1le on business. Mrs. C. B. Price and << morning for Punta Gorda
.
Z. Adkins.
--- Gloria and Helen left Iaughtels'l whets Mrs. Muntgomery and chi! I UK (aUI'NI

M l ::0 L Peek Miss Frances a. two weeks' visit in Mi- -and Mrs.-- H. ('. Rltch at- dren ure visiting her sister Mrs. E. SUGAR SNAP BEANS 3 Ibs. l 10cI"
relative L. Holliday. Mr. Montgomery went
Peek
?fcn .ne! Jimmy were shop- tended the graduation exercises of COFFEE
i I Thursday to St. Petersburg wherehe j
I!Jog in Jacksonville Thursday. the Gainesville High School in HEn SIlEVS
----- Mrs. Clyde Morgan and two children ( Gainesville ia attending the annual conference
Mrs r W Chalker of Gulfport. of Daytona Beach were guests I Friday night. of the Methodist Church 5 Lbs. 25c FRESH CORN Doz. 20c 2 Pounds 25c

xist is the guest of her- parents, Saturday of 1>lr. and Mrs. R.. J. '1 Mrs H. C. Ritch Mrs H. M. i, .

Jilt .mi; Mrs A. M. Darby. Davis. j I Rlcharde and Mrs Annie Richarde F BULK err,

-- jof i the State Farm spent Monday South.HAVE KKKAK sV MOKN
For Mimnirr. iotHitrd. :Mesh 'or. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Gay and i in Jacksonville. i ORANGES Lge Doz30c

i-N !'t.75: .lit :Mump'*. daughters. Marjorie and Virginia I { VINEGARGallon COFFEEPound

-- were visiting relatives in Jackson- :
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MiiUlleton
Mrs Moigan, Darby is in Ft. ville Sunday.Mr. .
ICE I 19c
and Marjorie Sue Middleton are enjoying CREAM NewPOTATOES3Ibs.IO
M.vcis! visiting hei parents Mr. and ', 19c
a two weeks' vacation at
R Bylaski and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and ...... FRUIT _
'i: their camp at Piney Bluff Ga. ;'
-- and .
and Garnets
daughters, Edna
-- .". : 1\\'nI.I.: !'F;
Mrs Lloyd Dyul and baby. Jac- little granddaughter !Sharon" Hall :
LEMONS Doz. 20c
Mrs L. M. DeSha and daugh.r.181'joJ'h. JARSQuarts
it me .f Brooker were week-end spent the first part of the week in '
.
", of Wildwood wl're'vlslt-
?I. Is of Mr and Mrs. E. :J. Dow- Wildwood. Coleman and Oxford rr -- COFFEEPound 3{ 1
Jr." irg Mrs. DeSha's parents Mr. and' \7J/ .
-
visiting friends. 1 Mis W. H, Struth Monday t- \ 85c I
; "- BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15c t
NAT SEZ .. % Pints 75c 29c f
: J>Jr". "\'. H. Struth spent several ,

I hove heard <.f at leant one cues I 1 days of last week in Jacksonville ('IU11..nTomato \\JllTt. SIDE I !SMOKKD ( GOLD WENT!>

ordered art of fth I as the guest of her daughter. Mrs 1 n
where it min a
out of 11 catalogue t>ut the majority \,'. L. Edwards! JUICE BACON Cooking Oil :

whenever YLDc
of folk K<> to n Miss Miriam Jacobs, a member you
( they need, them. Mont of us RO toe of the faculty of one of the Jacksonville 2 14 oz ens 15c Pound 17l/2c Gallon $1.10 r''

-< II Hhoo "store unit get filled' when I schools Is spending her wan1WSERVEL

Wf' nerd a pair of Hhoe but there !summer vacation with her parents, ni %e-K KI KI K.\S i '

are still come folks that pick them I Mr and Mrs. B. Jacobs. _--s;;;:;: I ''

Hot of a liooh., Shoe!= ordered from LARD 2 Ibs. '
i'. ratnlnsun lit just like a mall 0rder Mr. and II'p. Ralph Alvarez and 25cl ; }4

set of teeth, and hurt more. There ought to ttv a, !society i'Pines, >T C? whel e. :Mr. Alvarez I p,
will be for several
I employed
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
I.'....'. I months. \. KIK '

: Friends of () L. Beasley: "'will be CHEESE STEW Lb. lOc SALT p' a 4 i

JIEwSTRAW glad to learn that he is improving
3 For f fLIOISI'C fS
ll-O/ I'U KI.K; lOc
after being confined to St. Vin Pound 20cMACARONI

HATS 1 I I cent's! Hospital of. illness' for several days because PIG FEET Ea. 25c -


$$1.00 $1.95 Mr and :Mrs. 'r L. 1C. Jordan and I iU.T

I I's.n. Harold, of Oveido, were guests MACKEREL Ea. 5c MILK i I. m
l : Friday and Saturday of Mr. and I f -

.MEN'S ,I Mrs. T J Griffin and Mrs. Carrie ELECTROLUX 3 For lOci I r-KRsii Large 25c { i

WASH PANTS I RI{eh. __.__ I BOLOGNA Lb. 12 "

II Ki-ru \\hrilo\s' :shades !Spwlalj l RUNS ON KEROSENE ('":'JOFrrfr ) MATCHES i / C 13 Small _lOc ( ,

Sale price. 3'le at :>Ofum" '.. Htll'ND
sl ilvurrtu irf rulirt
i
$$1.49
$1.98MI'NMVGWEAR ''ro't>r'.f.HHIwrlt> \I CATSUP
rlly
Mr and Mrs. ,, H. Struth had STEAK Lb. 1/C
as guests several days this week I Sarvt ilfpn und work 3 Boxes 10c< I Lge. Bottle OcFlour

: their daughter and granddaughter, OfMrnlrt for fttr rears a tiny
."0 daily uUrntUm-,\ Mrs L.1.. DeSha and daughter- '
SOX \\ E AHE HK.UXJl'AUTEKS' mafhinrry tn treatNOW 24 ,

FOR MEN FOR .MEN'S AND BOYS Marjorie you pan live mir). from the 12 Ibs. 43c 80c|

Mri. J. Frank Carpenter and maiM and lower tins., yet )
25c 35c 50c WORK CLOTHESDenim daughter Joan of Jacksonville still enjoy the pleasures" and an...n'"of SACK k
I
last modern rvfngerauun :
spent several: days in Brooker city / S rwlElnrtrolux. }
father, the Kerosene Rflngrrutur
with Mrs.
week Carpenter's
duplicates in all important. ...ay. the p 4 OIANT O'TfS
Pants ,$1.00 R. A. Weeks.Mr famous Can Refrigerator 2 Lb. Can lOcCOCOA T A
which bas been the choice
Khaki Pants $1.29 Jeftie Mae Blakely and son, for hundmla of thouaaotU (@!
in Lake SOAP for 20c
Billy spent the week-end of fin* city homt-a. PEKOE ,
Work Shirts .50 City as guests of Mrs. Blakely'

brother and sister-in-law Mr and .Pound 20c O'T.\lOS i GI I \NT 1'\\lItR FKKEriMj.BiHvsnF.vr

Work Shirts .75 I' MM. J. S. Balsden.Mr _, y 4- Ii-

I I Boys Overalls .50 and Mrs: Stanley Cornell : 1 Bar Oct. Toilet Soap FREE

and sons Corbin and Gene, of Or. D. E. ROBERTS 11.\IGE OCT.\(.OV
I Men's Overalls)) $1.00
mond were visiting Mrs. Cornell'8parents FLOUR jlUlbs. $1 001
SOAP CHIPS 20c
II \l'l RIDE Mr, end Mrs. F A !Scott' OKIIII.VOIO.V. FKI.Nf. *"L-\. .;

Overalls SI.49 Sunday I I C-tfemosi Plcu mi e..%
Work Shoes $1.98 Mrs. Frances Sweat Guilford and I al.Vfllwr,..compfew, 1M Ie laformatioa_.Rddfa/ mbout...
Miss Ruth Sternberg spent sun-

day in Quitmon. Ga., with Mr.. I ... I '
All Snuff 3 25c Prince Albert lOc
Guilford'. mother, Mrs. T. A. I cans can +
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S I I fltrwt or It.F D
Sweat. They were accompanied I

come by Mrs. Guilford'a Nor I Tow .-'- I Pork & Beans, 16-oz. can 5c Syrup, Gallon 45cF'
wood who tad spent .
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'J.// f __ - -. Police of Bengal, India are credIted -I "TH, I ice I he husks. tIc -5
meal. Whole- grain cereals and 4 bill will he taken at 'I 114
I breads are dMlrabl*. I with first using the fingerprint the Haid fiefettdiint., .,
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system of identification. IT is KritTiiKu f(in 1.1)
I From one-half to one pound of I this order be publlnbed ..

I butter substitutes bacon WHOM IT MAY roNCKKN: I for four con..","I"", A. I I1I..Itll.1
flit NEWSNews
-butter LIVE STATE !I ) founty Teleit. .., ,,.,.
I oil or cream- should be used 1'1'0 ol"'" IM hereby plven THAT on paper of generalli., ulatl.ed .
I FARMERS SECTION I 3rd clay of July', J937: 1 will ap 1 I In Bradford fouiiiv t I F
jl each week. .
for person per to the Honorable K. K. Periyinan DUNK ANI) GIll.iIti.i: ,

Sweets should be served at the of Florida in Short Paraz-rapil fouuly' founty to sell .Indlu the interest of Mrnrirord of ,1.Y., I A.Florida D. 3937, thin the Snd ,;1... ,

1 Conducted by Demonstration Agents 'tend of the meal as desserts or occasionally Kor"ylh.I H minor., In und to L.otTPII J. THO\I.; ,
; Itliti I IS ofWard I 14)A.
Klpvrn;I of Block (!'II'A
I in the form of plate City (now Itrooker) Florida, HTATK OVCOL'.NTYOF l li'LOIlIr.k

candy or dates.AI.LIO.tTOlt. Hal.l sale to he private mid application I IIH.\ IIFt'IUJ
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- ImHfil. upon application now on I hereby rerilfly .thm)
-- -U rile In County .ll1d....'. office. a n.l rnreitoliiK IH H Iru. .,I.
FARM :MOVES STORE ROOF FALLS I DIKS::! AT 105 YEARS J. 8. Kornylh, Uiiardlan.' I original" orOer of I'UIII..I",, ,

l A BALANCED MENU ISKSSKNTIAL 6-11-41-7-2\ I, In the wild cauxe nn lii| '..

.IIJ ) Hints To Housewivea. ;! :: f'OIt111.: ." i JACKSONVILLE--"The Florida MIAMI--The roof of an incom-and QUINCV- Mrs. Mary N. Rice :> TH.K flee 1S37.USKAI\ tlilN the 2nd l ilnv' ,",r i

NUTRITION ANI) HF.i.TEl Alligator Farm located in Jacksonville : pleted store biiilJIug collapsed who celebrated her 105th birthday To all whom It may concern: Notice I A. .1. T1MM. u,
has been i eight tons of building: block crashed that I will on .)
j for foity years March 15. at her home at Memphis In hereby Hlvn
Home ,mol'rJ :.*r-- to the second story today only a the of Inn, ID.17, apply to tf.4-51.7-2
; 'I from Park In there .
U'Hkly Planning the menu for the famIly -j moved to Tropical DnytoI Tenn., passed away Saturday.She the g.hnl' H511 ", nf: Bradford foun

1 Uun SSKAT,-- JlIAo. T.n..r-M ] activityof I Bench. The collection of full few minutes before twenty-five was born in this county In ty for permlHHlcii i to wit I at private OllltKII OK I'l-lll.ln-l lu,
f'Jt meals Is an Important I workmen would have been at work Hal the Interest of IInl.Ia". : (*lt..,,-I 'O'I'U'I'ro M I,
saurian Is said to be one the 'l'l.t: *
as
't 14I j' I he housewife. Provision should grown 1832 and was designated Her. Alice fhetmer. Mildred Ch..rand TIIR It
\ "HTATK OV
ON CHAIRS meals of I of the largest In the world and the Inside. oldest mother in the United States lona. (C'h..r ,nhi'.rs., In niifl! to All 1"1.011111\ ,
I l'\US balanced parties .
"' be made for anil of Itlork IS of Ward r flahnlllK ,lilt.,
10 II
Uim
I ,' wholesome nutritious foods. Generally -i exciting process of catching and ---- after a survey conducted a year City, Mruilforil founty Plorlila. Said tier \V. U. nini-ker.:: ; : .I..,-..,,,,, ,, "
I" SHOUT/ DENIES t IIAJCKE follow I Inn (lem-l'Micd, I I himl.,
of I crating those in the 1,000 pound ago by the Golden Rule Associa- sale to he bunch upon the appllcn-. >
Doubtless you have some the simpler foods are the in th.. Office ofounty .| NK of MR>4 of !Ser.' 20, Twt s'L
file
those straight varnished or painted most healthfuL class in to be filmed for news, reel TALLAHASSEEFormer Gov- tion. (lion' now Jiuir nn : 23 Florida l h., sit iia I e I III J11'aclr..,.., ',unl yTAII .

said. ernor David Sholtz yesterday demanded L I. (luardlnn.n :
chairs about the house. Sometimes the meals purposes! Godfrey +-- > fhesHer :: NOTICE O: that

t '; I such chairs seem a little In makiniitbe\ menu. I --. of Publisher M. L. Annen- BUTLER; EI..ECTtJJTALLAHASSEEHoldover:: I &.21.4\\1.11\ ,. been liiMtltnti-rl, I III Krmir.n ,i ,

'.. plain and uninteresting. Often should be planned and with fruit plenty for all of I TIIHI> TKIAL FOR COP 'berg and the Miami Tilbune a retraction : "I'I'l'I' .. "I tN'l'l'Pt"4: sI'r.E 01- Clri-nlt rilliiK; :,; "f(oiirt n xworn, In' \W"t\ :: ,<, i""

I..J and they milk. vegetables\ of statements that he "ac- senators I t IKNotlf hy I'. H.1.: ......'., aH |IMIIMI'y | '
I they are uncomfortable members of the family and a generous -I JACKSONVILLE C. Brown cepted or was paid money x x x In have selected J. Turner Butler : : .. I In hereby, given I that 11,,<1..1' .iti II lid CHC-II nf yin nr- .1|
t tend, to make clothing shiny. of bl'eaand\ butter I Jacksonville officer a ii.I aa direr-led I I ly that certain, i Ci n cid.'cree the relief .belitic. HtniKht" ,n",
supply suspended police behalf of the persona. Interested In of Jacksonville from the eighteenth of forerlomiie rendered by bi'liiK, ftirerloHiire, nf I iimr'' ,
II t '. An inexpensive. way to improve for children and underweights. will face trial July 10 for the horse racing." district embracing Duval / Hon. H. K. S" MlMK 1 MM, edge of Plr- ''IS TIIKHKKOIIR: ; TO it' is make Brat and back should nilt, I I'ourt of Ifradford, County Flnr YOIT ,A.\l;; 1'A"101"; \'(lt "I'
them to
KHch member of the family third time of
breaking
on I u charge __ .
be '
0'ftItItI.OS and Nassau counties to president Ida. I In Channel ) hi thnt pertain In NHltl i-HllMf liendliiK .in .
I <', pads of u printed fabric that hare have at least a pint of milk a day I and entering. Brown's second trial ,! \\'.\ :: : : KOI' SHOUT of the 1939 Florida senate. 'UIlHe( pending I I In nnUI rotirt, wherein I ..Monday: July fiih.' If";

'.1 ..; aioniy.es with other furnishings. (and children under two years old [ Inside of three weeks ended when :M. ,\. Sail' h HX liquidator. fur (Mr afford I the HlleKatlnnM. nf the t i! '
I L.KESBURGLake County's B I." His nomination was made at a County M.'inU. n .., "....ulloll. la i-i 111)pin I nt' will he lnk >
The pads protect the clothing and should receive a qua it of milk | the jury was unable to reach a ver- ] closed' of senators whose plaintiff iiiul K. \\'. JIayfp!. et .I) liredvfendnntM r..1| hy you.v1'rxIstt .
caucus
:I' I also the chair finish. They are tied dally. At least two or three kindsof diet. Judge William& J. Porter ori i 000 acre crop of watermelons la rime :No.: GD2. the under-' ,' \ ;; my hnnileHl '
I I expected to produce 1.000 fewer terms continue for two more years.Uuller's Hlutifd. Special. I :Muwter: by mild decree I'I .. I r.f vnld I '.,urt BI .1 1
<>r snapped on und can be taken vegetables should be included inen'h j dered a. mistrial and I set the new appointed will xcpurutely sell I Court' I HOIIHO In sm.-lo:; > ,

I off to be laundered. As straight day's menu. Potatoes or other | date. The state chajged Brown ,I cars this year us compared with ; present term his fourthIn i I' tr> tht' hlliet:l: bidder, for each. In |' ('(,tint.%', Klnrlila" I hi.luine. .. i
1936. Growers said cool weathel the senate expires January 1, ,'front of South I front 1k chairs are' usually the /'Ightsltltngle'el. starchy vegetable can be served ( with complicity in lobbing a store I ronrt, hnti,,e I In N'H..k.* Klnrlda. tlurInif ( : SEAL; )
t t : the pad 1 must not be made regularly and a green leafy vegetable here in February. late In the spring caused the short- 1939. He must !stand! for reelection ,, .th* li'Kal 'hiMtt'fi ..t Mil.. on :Monday I I A J.Clerk. THOMAS.

t ,, tO, thick or it will/ make the eat I should be included not less I I -. i t age. There were 2,500 cars produced next year. If re-elected his I K1, Hrrllied June i Tlh, JI'\7.pre:\ nil(a.h sea, the to wit followIn : Bradford of, Circuit f oonty I I.'

; too high for comfort. I I than three or four days each week. lislE SHOOTS RIFLE j on the same nervate last elevation. to the senate presidentwill I'nrcfl ittie' :illfKlnulnir. the. N\V T. FltA.NK;; l.ANllr.M:
j year. Whereas approximately 1,- be a formality when the 1939 fiii-nt" "r of ,in, pi. Avenue. nnd IrnttSt ; Attorney, for riaiiitlff
t1 j To make a seat pad cut the desired Fresh fruit should be served every OCALAHere's one for Mr. j jHipley "!ie.'l n aiifl) run Went nlnllll' *he "-f5t.7.2I
I 500 are expected' this season. session starts.
line
North of 1'i'Htt Street 224 ft to I
e !! number of thicknesses of cotton I I day if possible. Fresh tomatoes a fish> shot a gun. And I ....- -- I..Mke Strt' .t>t i.r SnmltrHon J butting the exact shape of the are classed as fresh ftuit.Dried the from .22 t hnnt-e, Nort hel'ic .aNiiiK the 1-innt: ,4 \I.I
'M bullet. a rifle bal't'lymissed
NKiiRO BLAMKD: :\ II.K.HK'S: I1EI'OHl'Stiiike line of Lake Street:; !SandorwonInline I
chair neat but half Inch smaller or canned fruit should be or I :Nut: I Ice IH hereby, jilvi-ii,, .
'. an David Boyer who was hunt- Flu.. :May 31, 1937. 184 ft. t thfii. I ICHHt on line 1 ihtnml -
h en all sides. Put these between used on days when fresh fruit is for Ross localherpetologlst. MARIANNA-. B. Thomas ne Report (.t the Clerk of the Circuit imrnllel with I'rntt Street 347 ft toTemplif I in ai'cordiinrn with that I aln.
w ing alligators Allen. final I ilei'l-en of ffirecloxiir. .,
Court, In .ieremlereil
has started anil for Bradford County. AVHIIII) ((**. I hence Smith, along
I of cheene-cloth and baste not served. gro serving a 20-year by I Hon. A :V.. ,
layers Florida. \.11. ,
Boyer leaned the un account of taxes assented -I I the XVHMt lit. of 1'1111'18v..nll" 15ft i
4 twice each way and then aiound sentence imposed by Circuit Judge for ills year. 1i36.!': to point nf beKlnnli the KiiinelieiiiK .Indite). nf the flrrllit I'Vin t f. Id'ford
Eggs( naturally will be includedIn hamerless .22 on a boat seat Its County Florida In Cliai
C. A. KNirjHT, I In, .th. sr4 I 01W':; and inthat
Welch for .
K. C. man-slaughter as
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4 the outside edge to keep the cotton the breakfast meal often and in muzzle pointed to the front of the 1936: Tax Collector.Tountr 11"r N\Vi4 ,,f SM.. 2$. Twp.( 6 S.U. I i.ertHlii I 'ii tie e. "(dill' tog 14
a result of a school bus-truck collision fnurt wherein I Federal I KHI- (II'
from knotting when the pads ProperTo 22 I-Hrt: ', rontnlnfnfr mie' flir moreor
I p J are laundered. The outside cover other meals occasionally. Children boat from where he paddled. A three weeks ago near the Balance ilu" n_ 4,113.5ft I |I...,, exrt-ptliiK, therefrom one lot. I i I gage I'. '..vli.T.; I"I.::: | me plaintlfl I ilvf Ltd-
Under six years of should have twelve-inch mullet leaped into the '1 100 ft In SK "'p'.r
age ly! amount collected .. 623.97 Hiiinr| crn.-r ; ..
u enH :No. 1(93( : the
nntlerflfin. d 1
t Is merely a blip that may be put other Apalachlcola River bridge. The To Imlunce clue _. 3.4b0.> toK.*'lher with t Ih.. tenernentw, her.flltHtnentH. Special
only one egg every day. bout struck the safety, knocked it .h I :Mawter by sit. 1,1 decree I up" A
J I truck the was driving Fine A Forfeiture n nil MppurtviiMnffH' ( t heretoheloniritiK' ,I .
negro ,
over the pad and closed with I will sell to the highest 9i.I| |,
# naps I Meat or fish should be served on, hit the trigger with his tall and Hide-I 'J'" rliilnnco iliie ___ 1.M2.59 or,, In j any\vny' Hppnrtulntiife1 I .'....h. In front of the Si.ut!II
at tile back or basted together. I swiped the bus. bringing : cit i mi uI e In "Stark 111.lfo. r
fired said Hy mount collected l 23 1.99 .
only once a day and not day the gun. Boyer the bullet donr I every
seven Greensboro Pl.t.. boys. To) J linlniico due 1.30881 I ''ttt' Klorldn ; '
1& Make tapes of the same material I )In Starke Florida thor:, nIIH e
'. i at that. Children under six should missed him by inches Allen Thomas and taken ( ....nt 7 Itnnd lieu IlrlditeI t .I'arnel' T\v. .\II..t(I "SX4' of "S.-o..10. ]*- | hnUfH of Hale. on .Mmnlu
''M4 to tie the pad to the chair posts. have only a small amount of meat I paddling- canoe nearby on Salt pleaded guilty: was -I I I '1'" liuliince' due 5,1 42Oi ITwp., It, S. 11. 22 l'iet lylnir, Went of |'I 7th I'il7: the f..llvlt.g i|I. "|
The back pad Is measured and at once to Ralford penitenti Ily nniount .collecleil. 2852!) HllIV.'lIS'x'eit \\" if any. at the mid-day meal. I Springs run, heard the shot ana TJ Huliillce due __ 4.H5tl.il >, st\' I | rontulriiiiff >:%; acr more c>rleHH Florida to-wlt:

: ? fitted in a similar way and kept Cheese eggs dried beans. or I pulled alongside. Boyer showed ary. ._ 4'iiitntr M<'h.l General : tOKether: I Ith' I he tenements' !< 'fimrnencliiHT, :\ ... it. WeM I
peas '
1' lialmice: due __ 1
8,14200 ,
at the right height on the chair I | 1- ? ?i-n-ri ---- hi'l'fdltanient H n tl a (ppiirteuiinrvH SE cnrner" of 11"t XII ; I ISet'
k : lentils may be served on days when I him the mullet the empty shell and SOMETHINGKV: lv: "mount collerteil 77'JH!' t Ili'l'li, ,, ItelmiKlnK ,.,. III iiii.vwu.v a|>- i I 24. Twp. 7 H. II. 21 l'.u:
ry sewing tapes to the top coiners some fish scales on the safety (and( To lie i lani.'u dim -- 4,903.0-1 I"'IAIIIIIIK.I sit unto Iti I trad ford run ;.Si.rlh; 1 IfIU( ft more '.: >
and snapping them just below the meat is omitted. LEESBURG Lee btiif g High County PiillHTo I 'on nt'v ,Klnt Ida. excfpt. therefrom, '1 to Center nf a ditch i
K trigger to prove his claim. Kuliince' dll" _- 278.CO tlie folliliifc I property' I.,.I ci,CIII from, ,, Kll: -t anil, Went Iheni-e ,Kn:,
top, bar of the chair back. At the Breads or cereals or both should School officials anticipate improved Fly 'linn.II III collected I I __ 38.eli nald'" niorltritfte. I...%l'It : All I I I hut portion ft tllnr.- or, I IHHH. thi-ncf

lot: turn, the buck pad may be fin- be served to children at evel'y111I'ough. TRAIN SCIIIDl'.EOur attendance records for the 1937- To Balance line' ___ u_ 240.00Tutill nf SWI of S\VI4.' lyliiKVewtl I I ;Nort; hi-anterlv ilirecTlfini I I I
!Hllb-4ch4>fil Regular i-r Stale UlKhu'Hy' :No 13 tiefntf In !i center of Kali) ditch ''nI .,
--hed with tape loops and the tapes schedule changes April 25th 38 session. Principal J. 1 1.'. Arnold To Balance; due 5.05754 :See.: III.or\\ I'. H S. U l'L 1':11.: t. ii'HII!I IIII" ,'III". to I'ttt:. line
tf the seat pad passed! through This type reaches about and trains will run as follows. said the school would adopt a polIcy Hv iiitKiiint collected 750 U31 rontalnltiff I I 10' acri'H more or, I...,, and c.f Mild. Sec. 24, themalonv -,
To llulance dim __.. _. .4.30761 '
no all hat portion nf K nf .\ of sit 1,1 Eiint; line to Si 1:
these to hold the hack pad down. two-thirds of the way clown the SouthboundNo. next year of falling no student Total Mih-Mrhaul. IlomledTo I 5'il lyliiK, and:: being'h. >t of State ni-r of, Hald. ;NK(4; ( t IisnIt

Another idea is to make the back back. An attractive finish: is to 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. who has an average record of Rjilauce& due __ ___ ___ 6.167.00 Iti.nd S... I 1:1.:3 "Se.> I id(I, T\\p H S.:; H. 22 llloIlK South. line nf saul .N i
Iiy inniiiini, collected _. tHil.ll .
KaKt and' uontainlnv 5 Hcrt-H more point' of beginning. ,
rover to slip (.n. with two bound I new white cotton braid or ball No. 15-Due Starke 4 ::57 P.M. eighty percent for the year. A regular To Halnnce.. duo .. .. 4,610.89 0l' I. portluiiM I fif ( SVVNi >iherein

f. *.<>les for the posts to come fringe around the lower edge. No. 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M. diploma will be given students AicrlriilliirulTo K""k. picrinvMAN.AH : : : :'4 and Kt, nf NK'i',, "S.Twp. .
Till In lice due 267,119 -- AH .Special Master' In Chancery. 7 S. it. 21 ;"Ht. HUht
_ -- No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. with a Manufactory average In By iiin..iirit cllecled 3S.OH KNIiJMT; I ,wever to rlKht-nfwu.
r I; NorthboundNo. twelve of sixteen required course To Balance Hue ____ 18.10 Attorneys for plaintiff. lienigla Southern' and Fir ,lbKHilrnad
\3 1010"'. PenMUin. 6-21-3'-6-' I .located anil sot!
aH
2-.Due Starke 5:00: units. A special diploma will be To Balance due . 257.10 and tn right< f-way of "SIR'jr
A.lor'l those with less fly amount collected :3H.9!* %'OTirK OP PPMTIO- Road No. 13 aH located andintlriK .
given
ELECTROLUXKerosene No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: satisfactory
To Balance due _n_ 00____ 218.11 FOR TAX BEES ; also commencing ut S\V
No. 108-Due Starke 5:00 P.M. I averages. Arnold in explaining" Road Bond R.'.... <f. Bill No. IA.1tNOTICE ,: of NE i. "a.>
I Starke and IVannee Branch the experiment, said educators To Balance due ___ 4.640.71 I IS HEREBY OIVEN That 24 n.g..pt7 SJ. .U. :21, East, and
? By amount collected 597.63 C" S. Kelly holder ('C Tax CertificateNo. run Kn.t 323 )'d... to lanil of W
: Operated RefrigeratorGives No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00A.: M. have determined that little is Ho Balance due ____._____ 4,043.08 I' 45, issued. 5th day of September I... RUITK thence North o: along iatil
Houtl llrlilice InterestA A. D. 19.12. ban filed Fame In my office line 70 yiln. thence Went 823 765) .
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. complished by required a
HlnklMK Fund and 1 has made for ,
lu ac-/ application A to Vet line of Haid SWft :
Dally except Sunday to repeat a course in which he / To Balance due --- ... 8,067.00 tax tied, to be issued thereon. Said :NE'4.': t hence South along .laid.
: PERFECT REFRIGERATION T. J. GRIFFIN. I failed. By amount collected .._ 680.19 I certificate embraces tIe, following line to point of beirlnnlnaaim, ;
: To Balance due .. ? 7387.71 clflHorlbed property In the :County: ofBradford. hefrlnnlnff at the :NE': corner ofNWIJ
State of Florlila. to-wlt: :': of SEH of Sec. 2., Tap
: AT LOW' COST Lots 8, 4, C, II. 7, 8. of Block 10. 7 S K. 21 JOist and run froir
F LO IDA 'H I .sIctMMN1iW I Wan) City, I Section 8, Township thence South' 1U6 ft. Went Mft (
tD 7. South, Range 20, East. North IfiS ft. East 57O ft, 'I
: ROBERTS CASH STORE The assessment of the, H. Id property point of beRlnniiifr. subject to
-- under the said certificate l issied rlRht-of-way of State road N';
) \\OKTHINGTON SPRINGSBEASLEY'S wan In Ihe name of Mra. S. E. 13 aa. located and existIng; co,
-. -,.: .::;..;": Mott.IJnlena. Inlnliiic In the aKKi'eKate H Rroacreaiie >>
; -- said 1 1 certificate shall be redeemed of 69.37: acres And a netacreaiie. '
accordIng to law. the property ..excliiHlve such right!
I a.. ._.__._._ e._._ I $ ; 1 rON7S described therein will be aold of-waya. of 43.74: acres: totreth
: QNf ) to the highest bidder at the courthouse with all and singular the riffhumembern

I SERVICE -r Li 7\ Q'52bZ'44 the month' door, of on June the fIrst 19.17.Monday which In lathe hereditaments. to the said premiiies and appurtenances
r STATION Pl.f :
i 7th day of June 1917.Patel belonging\ ; or In anywise Incidentor
this 20th day of April, 1937. appertaining' : situate In Bmd
h A.--. -. .J'r mr "VIS (OFFICIAL SEAL> ford County Florida subjt'however -'

STANDARD OIL ( '......,..". A. J. THOMAS.: to tuipentlne leave >
PRODUCTS I
1 --, V. ,- Clerk of Circuit Court pine timber thereon for a peri, c
4 I < 7A'& T4CZ./C D. SI ot Bradford County Florida frnm December 1. 1935 and end

.c 'L j I,1 \\ Hi J/ Iff/ is/, AND MS RQSTh4'.G I.23-51-6-21 cordance lag December with the 3l, terms 1940. of In wr a(

ATLAS TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES. OUR TIRES AND 6 I \ fMCC HITHM TMC LIMITS SAOtttf IV I'IHCI'IT COl'HT. RlnHTH= JVltl ten release of Federal Lin
_ _
UNCONDITIONALLY ( I \I. TIHCt IT OP PLORln.%. '
BATTERIES ARE GUARANTEED S \ Hank of Columbia a. aKent '
i J \ \ BY 7HC AMCKfT.NTftPtCrCD IV \\H" FOR BRtl>POHI> Federal" Farm Mortgage forj!
FOR ONE YEAR AND 18 :MONTHS.
9 1
u \ ('Ot'' TV, I\ .
...... a- '10M n/e etcoeo ofiff /.I gRrRA CIIIKV. E. K. FERRYMAN:
WASHING-POLISIflNG--WAXJNG-GREASINO A Specialty .. Tin FEDEKAI. LAND DANK A" Special 1 :Master In Clian y.KNU5HT .
5,_. S \ 'l_ JtflAT/OM TO 7HC MODSKNOf OF fOLUMBIA: Ac KNIliHTAtttirneys
( I ,, ill_ I'tODA) Plaintiff for plaintiff

'I FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 \ -VaJlsstK- ..'SDFHIIOS.WIDOV.. 5213t64OUlf'B _
S. .. 'It. '
J ET AL, 'I \ OP ICptC"'L: II '" I III'S'I
S ,.. Defendant \t..:
i ASK ABOCT: Our Prices ,"r.-\. :MOTOR \ \ C S '0 20 JCI MOfiTUAilB: FOnECLOSUREfASE I Notice U hereby given' thai i d! '
PAYMENT: _. NO. 614 final denn
EASY nnd by virtue of a '
\
Tm-ES USES AGENT : S'Al 0' NfllS ORDER OF PfBtICATIOVAM foreclosure entered. I In a i' rlain
PLAN ON 4. > NOTICK TO APPFMH <>liliee pendhiK( In the Hlphth .111<11 isliCIrrtilt
I & BATTERIES Are Right LACV CONWAY ''''\ 1 \ I It appeariiiK b)' affidavit flleil In I Court nf Florida. In and rorllradfurd
l ( ( the above styled 1 caune that the realtlence I ('rOu fl ('Iii' >'i
J ,i'i'f (.5 defendant :M.illey Anderson wherein IKIMK; I'wYb;: : \I.O.iN
3 _._-___ _-ee - es-- --- ---. \ I
ttr. I" !, Ix unknown. and l that there la no I j IC'oriroliATIoN, a corporation ..
Iieraon' In the State nf Florida Bet-v I ll I. the plaintiff andf.. II '.
; --- + ice of subpoena upon whom would ( WArtns. nnd 1 MXMIE' : Lot ''
; : \ I" bind 1 him and that ha la over the age J H 1.5.' Jollied I by her h'lhl'Ht. \\
of twenty-on venr*. ,KDWARpH, are the defend.! *
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IT'S HOT WEATHER \ S1 .r '. $ IT IS IIHI''l9:1151): : that sail :MalleyAnderHon 1\\\," ''n 1. If. U Urny, wan app' ,t
.i ;.ak' ', \ \ I I... and l I. hereby 'required. I lOp.."' I Mttster. to 0 ..XoCllt. II I
SURE .' to appear on .Iul 6, 1.17! to the bill tIcree. that' hove levied I."up( 'IC
I ; : i( ,1' f- 5t' ('C I'oinpliilnt filed' In paiil ritUHe; otherwise I fnlluwlnx dencrlbed.) pr |'irrtItriulforil >
., ' \ the itllefcatloTifl f>f saId bill : l County, Florida. towrL.
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: 'i ( (.t complaint will be taken us con- ....t Eight (8) Of Block Sev
: '\ fcum-il 1 by Hald. Mnlley Antleraon.) It ((7) of the Town of Lnw'tey ..
\ In further ordered that thin orderbe mu ped and platted upon :.1 t
'fIf.T'SH\ E\'ER1ROD\' I. published. once a week for four I pill.llo records of BradfcCounty ,
S Is ttf\( IIING FOR A BOT- 't COeAtSJIOfrD4 AOS7OAL JcIr9' consecutIve week, In Bradford Florida In LIeed l('
County Tcleg'a ph. a duly ciuallflednewspaper I ;i ''" I.r!1 thereof.
TIE OF K'E COLD OOOAOLA. published: :. j in L'radford i I And' that I aba II, nn the 7th rnf
5; ( \ OH WILL FEEL': County Klorldn.Wltnona June. HI37 within the legal h
.r Ml'( If hand and official! sent Iff I.. In front eif the Kant: rr
BETTER: IF ,YOI IXITIIK _. H w; wiiS''> >ssis K *y.f"*+*"*;:; :% : my i I an ;
:: !o, \"It:. : .. .,-.. .-%t.'i mBJ' t5 at Starl i>. Kradforil Counfy Florida It.tiloor, I In the City i-f > .1
: ... .g r ;, ..? ,* Pi thin 261 h day of Mae A. D. IS37. I !Wadrord COllury.I"'I A. J. THOMAS, 1..1 for .ul. Inri cell ..II th(' title.
Clerk ..1 Circuit Court a''I interest of I he aiil. WI EWAJIDS
cf Bradford Bounty.. Florida and witM.1M1lI' 1.01' I';
TNirTND141v .t
DELICIOUSREFRESHING OFFICIAL !SEAL' ) -AIIL'I'\\ In the ....n..... H> the hiKi, '
1 KXIf.HT & KNIGHT I'H1II1 host b..r. foi' '11." IC 'iI 1 1I itI
i / : I starku Florida. I land pay ..iiiI 0-erse. fece .11.
; Attorneys for plaintiff. I I Court cost* amixptnce ,
.- I .#1 I IA F. I I7 .5.. 6.4 5t-7-J II L. URAY.A .
: LVC..ItLI I : I Special:I I Master ('hili
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( rilKTIT ('0' NT. r.K.HTII JfIIII'MI. "JOHN A. H. :ML'KPHHEK.Solicitor :.
\1'\1 Clnri IT OP 'r H P. for I'lulntlK
\ "T ..TK OP FI.OHII' .. 1% tMPOR ) I j.ai-St-6-4:
c IIHinPOHU tfllTVl' ''
... -I' < HtM'UHY.iv : "P.ll'l. 3t1MTEK5: 1.01(4 t: lOt'
; .. ..' ., AD" FOR BH\i)F >nn I
'Lu : :" ('O1\oTV. l", CII4CE1II. I :Notice: In h"r'.bI'I".n; that .11"1 Ic?
Sy '
A'; : Af.MSKN BROWN: : CLINUKNPEEL.;; anil- In accordance with that cells'l' III
:' ''. ,. -_ Plaintiff final _
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: Y. E i( AN//lAbs V.. I'I rrnflcrrd hy Hon. A. Z. .alitinc 5.
y :lft); ,. AUOUSTr: KAKI CLIXiiENPEEt' JiiUir.: of the. Circuit: Court of prad
,..........._.... .,;.,;.. Defendant ford County Florida. In Chancery, i|j jthiii
S. '!MJI''toi ""' .,"\; I',,''I."fri't' ,;: :: _"__ """ """"",, ...jo,,:!. BILL FOK 1\-onrF.: .....rtalnatii.e p.-rdlnit 'In "rt.
OHI1KH .,.' tM'HLlr.'TIOV I'ourt'h..ln. Federal Farm M"ri:

ii or Ponce de Ltou's discovery of degrees and eight minutes STATE OP FLORIDATO 1'11' Corporation I. pl"lnlff And E I
V Alv-.rSTUS KARI, CXINOEX- M. Futch and hi" wit.. :\Iro. j.ri1'ul..h .
F ida tlivtti i ic but otic authentic '( [ ] they ran along the length of PEEL: are It appearing, from the bill I'Ip"clal' :
sworn the undersIgned lllIOt"1.lRld
STARKE COCA-COLA tO
llerrera, \\ hOt uritintr in 1(501( !' harbor and at night they of complaint ami the afflvadlt filedIn decree appointed I

.. 1'1'011here the the land in fathoms the above entitled cause. that the hltrh..t bidder for caM" In BI..
out eight
set [
COMPANY They near Aua-uBtua Earl ClliiKrnp l. the Defendant of the South front door of the ;
i BOTTLING mas] running\ northwest, and on At this point Ponce went herein named, tA a resident tnI'd C'ounlY Courthouse In StIrillFlorida. I

the :a7th [ .'!Ial'chhich] was the \! lld took pO Eession. nf FlnrUln a state, to-wlt.other< the than State the of state Callfor.of salle. on. \Monday during the June lural ItS l93 h01 tIll t1It

p the l-'estital (If tlie: Hrsurrection: the LANCELET: :: is clr-sed with deuce nla. : that, KM particularly his specific aa place la known of rel-to following) Hr..dror. described County premises Flo."ln. I'S' "I'

eommoiily they call 'of flowers', which'W" zoological position is !still unc(' '- Plaintiff i In the Town of Valle Jo, The IWl!! ot $ (If NW' II
state of California that said Defendant sk, and :N'5R15
; vi 01 NEL ,1 .
;\\\' nn i island aiul I did not firs are undeveloped its mouth !I. o\er the !lICe til twenty $. otiW'L/ nf ",..c. 27. 'r""p

And MOnday:\ tile 28th, they ran : f nd it has no ja\\ f. So quick one 7'esrs In the, and state that of there FlorUln.!ii no service person South Ices JI.. together 22 East:: 60 with acres HII mDr'nr ai.ingnlsr

v1 IcnKUCs: by the !same direction, eggs develop that if txtl'udrol of a subpoena upon whom would "' the right'. :neml>' "
I"I
Wednesday they proceeded in the at sunset they srr- Already! bio IT* the It. saId THEREFORE:Defendant.:: ORDERED b.r..Iitam.nts.. to a i.i n",.mlaa apPurteace. b. ,r

way, JUKI afterward\ with bad w<<:>: L)' the crown! of the net: mnr.s- that F:url CllnKenpeel.the said I"" fendant be and .lie Aurnitua la here Ievging' appertAlnlnll'or hl' sn' wise ifl'

ni.til, the :2il:: of April ninninjr} to attains u ler.th of only about 2" ". by required to appear to .the bill ofconpl..lr.t or R 3<. PKRRYMJN. 7hane.r'KNIGHT.

11.t Lh'S tOt. the water: lessening! to I is, found on both coasts\ u" wherein, the filed Plaintiff In the*eek said. to cause obtain Aa. Special& KNIGHT Master in

f..Illl1 at or.c league from land ; : a divorce on or before Monday, Attorney for plaintiff.
the 8th day of July, A. r>.. 193?. oth- 521.at6R.FORD -'




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Jl COUNTY TEUOR.\pn.: ST.UKJ:. FLORm.\ P.\GE SET'Llw < ,

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DIRECTORY: :
*TlKhK CIURCH I place schools and colleges on a Soil Program Holds the : : : : f
HVpfisf CHURCH financial parity with other governmental 'I of f .

HKr Itn' ('. n. rlre' Pastor. I How Times Have Changed activities 1 Interest of Farmers ,f:1 I : ,
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School 10 o'clock a. m., Then there. will be a proposalto r
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Sun rhomSupt: I place the 1o'10I'1t.1I1atlonal! : I Bradford' farmers have signed a thE : I Ji '

J .I| Worship 11 a.. m. Guard under:\ I' regular Army rules otul of 187 work. sheets under' the "' I \ .

unrninfT Y p U meets at 6:30: p, m,, and give Ii full militiry status. in I ..oil conservation ;program. this ( ':' ,

Kvenms B Worship. 8.00: p. m I I time of war.. The fourth amendment i'it i O, ,unty Agent T K McClane. age :i I '.,, "

r-.icher: Meeting Wednesp would require advance, noticeof : .'I. announced this week. While -; ,

s s- m Intention to introduce, local I..gIIIlatilln :210!1 wnik sheets were signed! last I i.: 'J"
I p k a
t ij
\ ,.k Prayer sen'lce.'ed.. I affecting cities as now requited year, the lower figure for 1937 is of t if .
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vii 1m' ,110 p. lit.IErHOUI'4T. for bills relating to counties not u result of lack of Interest but '\ j! t !; ,
Of and districts because more farmers are now or 1

); : CHURCH I The two blanches of the Legislature growing/ tobacco and cotton crops (' '; : I 1

lire H :)Montgomery; 1'ustorSum jointly and separately considered upon which heavy penalties' are leI'f: il r
School 10 a. m. nfx mot. the 3i'fi"I
Id about a dozen proposals to placed by conservation program ; I I ,"
Mornm Worshipa.. m. make investigations. The Senate Therefore. tobacco and cotton Ul.. ,9'i ,

EuwoUh, Lcague--7:13: p. m. I '' q approved but a House committee growers did not find It profitable this \1; : (

Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. 4' Tk killed a resolution railing for to sign up. I l !I M '

You 'ue invitee! to all these services i j Investigation of published chargesthat Last year 13ii farmers received 'I any !, 1 "1I ..., .

? ? the Miami Jockey Club bribed payments totaling $:!,t'"IO. From I I I,
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terl..n-Church ...;" former Governor, Dave Sholtz to I fifty to sixty; of this y'ear's. total' of (' \ .
I.r..h,
H. Lowry Pastor L y obtain choice dates for its Hialeah 1ST are new signers it was said. of I WI!

RCV .eorje services: 7. .- iI horse race track A total of 23.000 acres of Buulford be I. 1 r rt
Sunday' land Is icpiesfiited in the worksheets !
t
m. Sabbath School. The House directed a committeeto

10 tI) 00"00 a m Morning Worship. 'I Investigate the Better BusinessAssiKlntion O.MMl; acres this' l.s year crop, of land which around :' .. I;tfl ::

of Florida, \
to m. Young Peopltfs.s- : mi organization Ii
4 I p ut )
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Stfjvice.sermonette, of retailers and wholesale.sHpnnsoiing l'a>'ments under! the present setup j., '

p'. by P.tatur.Dndueek # roc the bill to outlaw chain ate libeial, Mr. :McClane said :! : : :, I'
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Service: ) rt1I stoics, The organization, was considering the fart that this piactlce \\11 ;; :,
Southern Co.J ... +
Druv ( *
1tw Tt
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7 10"i m Mission Study vse..Mw:, charged with being too active in of giving cash payments J Is Intended 1. y.
Prayer Service. political campaigns; \ and seeking, to i to serve as n help Instead of r-- 1
H I III" u -- "!BONING:" :" out the tinkles (outnil the Legislatuie. The committee I ; !iii

It.mcuoD'l Ituptut Church I G ., I 17.-:)') and: l'7!);! ...lylc has not stalled, its investigation 'liqtioi"', ten cents' time on wine and

Rut. i, '
gBr: very Sunday. Bible } !t (r'on:1: charcoal: pnwvdercd| A Joint, committee of senators I Taxation pauses. of. the bill weieuiittcn

,?i i I'.' ,111. Sea vices at 3.33K : I iiivl crude its and by :Mi 11.1/011 while i I
S $fSt Itl'lt'H'ntatlv"H| will look into r I entinconiLiit I
a af'erno.n1.IIETmL s it r t x UOIIi) ci'iiluiy clerliic !vt 10.1111- charges that communism, bo I '...IIU..II.1.. .. designed: I

H\lTlsr" 'Slt'ltCHUe f ; lined C'tii\.ilcnt| 'I 1 hiiions lire s.'ievism.' pacifism and other the- i l h y H"lw'H'lItttIVt'I.ll''hunt: .of GaragePhone

\. !. v. Uoiinle, 1'iiHtorrifivKC" .iS& V 1 one of Hie i.uiiiy; : inlcroslinronii.ii ;;; (IUI'il'lof government subversive to i I'olk ("lIun t;)'

every first Sunday, tv | 'ison>, ('...1\\1\ I Trait, the our" democratic Ih"III'Y of government" -

Sumia' School, f:30: p. m. L :' E e J cxliiliilinn, "I'uo lluiiiluvl'c.us are being Introduced into 120 ,

Bible Study. and Prayer Service \ : of Mic.iiiiliiun: r in the schools and! colleges 1

fry Saturday, night. \ Kilclion." held Contrary to the custom of years I:
j now Icing; .it Wrecker Service Day or Night
: the Legislature did not stop its
!.ot. ;MutU'ft. Episcopal: Chul'CMorning' v rx IItIllUl.ldll'l': SrlilciniiK'i'! in i clocks und work on after, the hour ro MISirq
prayer and Sermon on 1 = :.., tcw1)1'1 K (lily. "
of final adjournment art lived. Consideration
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fourth Sundays at I low the modem;, gills have .
and
the ,,, con I :: I of actual legislation. wasI pt 14n1rr1 tier..elf
11 1111.. Holy Communion Saints 4 y It oM-r KramltnollicTs/.:, is I suspended! dining the afternoon so n. well n.y' .

Pays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir __ Kiiipliicnlly: iloinonslraled l Ii> I that I necessary. clerical\ work could oher.art.r..1 lain n

practice, every Friday night at 7:30p : C Gypsy (at IdU), star: saxophonist : be completed before the midnight hAe ......1.1..... .cal.. LEDGER OUTFIT

,, m p ( l I, II nit. Evelyn oT the i\ hour.Hazen's, Ira

<(< itrMlnii-Church f' ,. magic violin ( alms o ) both lea- t __ __

Services at the Christian Church lured on (Phil! Spil.ilny's famous .
*tt4, I
Bill
e' Sunday morning and evening I +e all-s'ii'l orchestra! I heard!:!: I Taxing

i-vi'i" in.l l seven o'clock respecti '' ., on the "II 0 tu' of Charm" ever Liquor Was Passed I r

elv NBC: : Monday. nights
I NI II
One of the most. important love
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BOBjONEsl'rmalcnls LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS ON TIME nue\ raising bills. of the legislative. I
I Ii e.sslon just cloned) was sponsorpd
WITH FEW NEW TAXES ENACTED
by liepiepentatl\e: \ Fred. Hasen

I who was serving hK first trim In
On If \
erelrlt Florida's Legislature rinsed Its lulled the wage-hour bill from theG''PIOIII'S lie I 1 nvni'iking: hotly us 'a legislii' __ ;
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\ Hereafter j IBe I twenty-sixth regular biennial ses- 1[ office leaving Its status lor from Bradford County It Is \

i lion in Tallahassee last Friday in doubt. I I estimated. : that this bill which Imposes ,

1 having provided for governmentalneeds The Legislatuie refused to rail- .a tax. of $121gnllon cm
not deceived God Is not schools and social the Child Labor Amendment I will of Yfllelp
public Becuiity ;] fy to whiskey mean a I tevenue .
marked[ I used to wonder why I without any great Increase the Federal Constitution and killeda I approximately $4 2.r,0OOO a year to .i :theRVBY

thai little expression "God Is not in taxes. I II I bill designed'' to curb att-dow n 'I the stale Them Cleanse; the Blood

moihed' was put by the Holy The lawmakers timing their sixI I Hh'lk..a. The bill was .passed by the legislature oflliirmr.il lands Waste '

Spirit in this understand verse of Scripture.I It i ty day assembly outlawed slot Proposals to levy sales taxes, income I Thuisday night of last week Your him< <>from ya ara"the constantly lilmi'l: .,t""filtHngwvntitmattar m. II iikninnyA lt
I now.
believe 1 machines effective October 1 but taxes luxury taxes and I on the eve of adjournment-and .om tUmia1a( In their work-uo
Here Is the law, "Whatsoever a not met M "N tur. tnl.nrtiHl- f.ill to rtoi.u ..
refused to outlaw chain stores and amusement taxes all failed. Efforts was signed by Governor Cone almost m..ve Impurttt.. that. ..1 r.tan.d. may I I s
soweth that shall he also I ... An sse.plional'estu.l l Conauat. ol
man It deliveredto | >i. th y t and upwM lb. wbul
cattle on the highways.Gov / to legalize and tax gambling as boon as was n
This. law holds in the phy- body m.'lIn.ry.I" loot l.at ledger binder 2OO ledger
r.ip. houses !and long distance bettingon him, Iom. may b- nafftiing' bsirkarh. t
' Fred P. Cone who said : : : sheets and A-Z, 26 division leather I
steal, Intellectual and spiritualworld j**>r iit nt tiaadsirh" .attark of das n. .
and repeatedly no new taxes would beneeded Florida" : horse laces also. met From the anticipated revenue, Railing up. nifhr. ...11I".. .puffTntMsj." tab index. Bound in durabl* Imitation.l ?
PUnt an acorn you under th..yefMmr' of nervous l lsath.r colon red or black. Steel r
raise an oak Sow wheat and you if the Legislature held downexpt'nditures defeat. the House of Hepiesentalives recommended anxiety' and .loaa of .pp. and .lrnth.Dtlipr ,. back with automaho locking' d.vlc oat
reHidence that $3HOOIOO be given ",.n. of kidney or bladder dia-,
State's I
The
and lead- ninety-day
reap wheat Plant cotton and you legislative order may b. burning, .....tl' or too Push button for quick opining no key required. Sheets are whttaI.nYdale
raise cotton Thai Is the law. "Kvbiought 'I..I'S said they believed the State's divorce law was letamed Dills to\ foi old Ilg.'n.on.\ .. and l to cle- Irvnutni urination. ledger' paper, 2.' ubslance. Sh.et liza G x 9,' J Inch... '
budget had been balan.d.Applo'pd le peal it und to shorten the time to pendent childien and I he destitute. 1'bur*ihnuld 1 ha. no doubt that. ..prompt. tY I
| *>atmf nt I. rime than n fl Ht. Una I
forth after
'n.thing its expendituies for all tolly-two days were defeated( I blind. All above this amount will />i,,jrt'. /*.11.( f>.ita..'. hava loon wnnn.n. s....... N".. [ ...apao. Pd.. Eob J
km schools'.
governmental departments. courts, Proposals to ban heart balm suits ,I' given to $ have n."n-'d. .
a > reputation.Art
I y Red $1.00
Ii m it n Ire Evolution denies insi itutiuns colleges schools' I ml l cliild: ,l I irumlHges also failed as The bill sets up II..t..,. of $.:20: a rvriimrnondi by grateful iPI' Lha 020001) Ruby Ledger OulUl 1>i 'r03ooo1
I1 ,iw itt forth In the statement country over. Atk your ningHuar\\ Ruby tether Outfit/ m..clc 4 00I 11
loads the social security program did. efforts. to add. six new ginunds i I :.idlon 01' au.key Iwenly <; 'IIt'4 a
w usoevxi 1 a mini soweth, that county bond debt retiiemcnl and for divorce to the nine now ,iccognt ; ,,, :lon or lie- end! seventy ,entft
'u 'd I," i np'' and l the furthers rirci
'.n' I''r,, ?verythingbi'ougltt other activities. were estimated '<1"l'lw i a gallon on beer Thl.I"\ fully I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

"' n .' n,. kind: "God is not ,in unl SIJ>oOO.tiOO a jeai'. I.'t.c-i'tIUe'lilIltttted' l '! to 'h 'oils' tune, than the current tax on

To meet these outlaws all present voters ut next .vein' a general elec i --
n \\lll"n> Hi melees a taxes except, the slot machine lion u proposed' cnn.itltuiiona,
'm..n'I' is i rue. His. 1 law
,a ., were continued. Only 0110 new amendment to extend homestead
1 M, aside No man will tax' \\' >s Ildd.c1\ \ on tent a i\t\ > iflx exemption up to $500 vnlui
'to look to God and r8 t'I
up
,. :n levy oil impoiR-il cold storageeggs. tion to all actual home owners
v i
eat, the game that You Liquor (taxes! : \ and, occupaioii.il ,The HIII': amendment limits. the pit.vllege '
I 1 S I R
lid not heal t
med. Tax
licenses were Inci e \ ) to heads of families .
t
Ip
4I nt'oicement machinery was tight : The new act limits levy of pi 'p t

'I Itint, j.cwi-th lo the neon :.....1 ,n many ca.io.s. i city taxes for State' put poses to

at ill of the flesh reap corruption" The Lijfisl.Uiue volcj 33::..+O.OOO 3 I 5-8 mills. The Governor may cut I. I.

WI t at in flesh t Flesh is nature In H year for old) age pensions., and to ''It but may not inciease It The

th rough It is man as he Is. It I the needy blind and assistance to tux now l.s. 2 1-2:! mills. the lowest (
rl rlt4
Is the natural man. Man in his dependent. children. Uirjuir taxes ill Mate histoiy.PioposaU .

natural state cannot produce any. i will provide the mon..;)'. The Fed- to limit the amount of

thing except corruption Unre- lul Government will match this property taxes allowed l in Florida

generated man may build civilization sum with 3600000. 1, fur all purposes and other bills r

but the civilization he builds The public schools' demand for to relieve real estate of some of its ,
will die. because the flesh produceM $800 a teacher-pupil unit about 1! lax burden were defeated l ttffi I

corruption. Unregenerated $11,800,000 next(; year. was answered < The Legislature eliminated poll ; Ay

man says "The flesh does not pro I i by revenue from automobile tux payment afteretaomtavOie m t' 1

duce corruption. I will build tags a one mill ad valorem tax I| tax payment as a voting lequire- :

"(hoolH and colleges and educate I, the one half per cent gross receipts ,I: meat after next January 1 und i OrilN i'lTHL

People All right go ahead und tux which was not repealed partof '' changed the: time for holding pil- Vtll iMOYiO 'r

do it. but when you build your the gasoline tax and, part of the mary elections. from June to May.It 11110 L 11CI ( ...LIe'N... I(N..IICYtON 1INlatl

colleges and libraries and educa liquor tax. Legislators said this f preserved, the official status. of 1NOtN? .Lr..a M i1"a qty> /' .Ilia_...:,....wf:..4 wu..".:,'G'._.."..
tion! il Institutions with God crowd- earmarked $11,000,000 for schools the Republican Patty by allowingIt let. a Rk ...... ) :: "'Ite

"I out, your students will come out and the balance would come out of to hold primary elections und

drunkards athei.sU.: homebreakers the general: treasury. have its candidates' names. printedon j 44r"S

and with a torch of anarchy In Repeated attempts to keep cows I the general election ballot as.

their hands with which to set the off the public highways failed. long as it polls fifteen per cent of

'"'ld on fire. The flesh Bills ta establish a Stale road patrol the total vote.
wtuptlon. produces and finance !It through Bills to establish the county unit
"In t
the flesh there
dl'lvers'\\
""welli' no good thing." "That licenses also met defeat. system of voting in piimailea and

which is born of flesh is flesh." It The House passed the "FloridaRecovery to \list Democrats In one column ,
Is I Act" to outlaw chain and Republicans In another on the
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nothing else
and flesh: Is cor"Pi -
' !and stores as "econom'r' evils" but the general election ballot were de 4
produces after Its kind. 4t' .
"e have Senate killed it. The Senate also feated.
now a brotherhoou of labor
NltataYlKMagl1l"M NMbhvAtt.ILINirALL.ITI
defeated efforts to make It unlaw- Despite many bills on the subject -
In I
and labor America I believe in labor ful for a retail merchant to sell his there was no consolidation of (-tai/- rNaaa.d MrwW..tb. U..,..... C'..., ,-".. ,-_IO.. ,

O'R'ni/atlons' organizations built but labor goods for less than cost Ltate departments or boards.: The ... .... none.- .rlli..., 10.:1.-_: : ......rrrprl.rIYw..irY, ,-"..MIa.o.HM .... t ,
the flesh rt
upon -" .,
will produce Both branches of the Legislature I Milk Control Board the Cleaning N'rN. : ,
corruption. It Is not y.
far from however passed a bill to allow Pressing Dyeing and Laundry I
Pure
Ism. democracy to social- manufacturer and retailers to enter Board and the Citrus Commission It's the that all these {
and it Is only a step from solism were continued. The welfare board only low-priced car brings! you
'. to Into contracts to maintain
human race anarchy died. Jesus In Adam Christ the Is pi Ices on standard was revamped and le-establisned. motoring advantages-the only low-priced car that gives! Y
also
I A State marketing authority
the tides.
Christ Head we of are the "new new creation.creatures"In Governor Cone vetoed the original ':, was set up.Authol'lty. you such outstanding beauty, comfort and performance 1

Th* words "new crentures liter- State Unemployment Insurance j was granted for establishment i together with such exceptional operating economy. '
ally menu i Act and the first teachers' retirement \ of soil conservation districts ,
"new ''
creation. Chridn bill but the Legislature quick' to co-operate with the Fe.jPial ,.., _. .. ,. _. .. 1, '
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men and Oll'n 4 .tan 1 .4 "'" I arnring on 101. 0.1..1 01. onI. (; .01 %f f rt tnttattm+nf n n- My.n.nry r. n your p.r.
?""* creation women:' belong to a '' Iy passed new mcnsures ore coming piogramftuilioads I ('HKY R'" Pr MII'R ()U hIOl'l. w.11',_. !.*.. (..i>*..,*... DF.l NDIT MiLtttG/4
Unregeneratedj A file- were given permission
his' objections. proposed
j belong to( I heotel creation und similar to operate trucks on highways. I
men's retirement plan a COMPLETERPRICED -
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ONLY I
""v died In Adam. The old cre- system for State employes within thirty-five miles of theirtracks. I ::

1111'n! can produce nothing but were defeated. I i A 'little NRA" law wa'll j '
bill requiring cnncted for the automobile sales jt
c"r'iirtlon.' The lawmakers passed\ a
He that soweth to the .-t
fll'alt! contractors on public projects business.
leaps What he sows. The law Next year's general election bal. ,
hol'' ( to observe minimum wage
1. "God Is not mocked. I scales and maximum hour regulations lot will carry four proposed con. Torode Chevrolet (
o.
.-- but defeated a proposed min- utitutlonal amendments submittedby

The loganberry developed Imum wage and maximum hour the Legislature. In addition to
1x41' is in1, and children In In- the broader homestead tax ex- STARKE FLORIDARR..DFORD
a cross between a wild bill for women
j re./' proposal there N. one to I ,
hluekheyyy I Senate t-mptlon
and a red ra.p *rry. [ dustry. However (the


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I F.I(} : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: !: STAKKC. FLORID FRID."', ,II' I'': II law I I
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I) Woman's !served delicious ice cream! and The following I young: men from I I.l'I"'k, A. M l. on .'OiI, ,
Club Has
A. H 0. I 19:17: roe I u h., ,
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE Installation! of OfficersThe :, cake Starke were at Camp Foster near INK uomplulnu" ,. MIit l?, .
: Miss Kate Struth, superintendent Jacksonville Sunday shooting to mony a.. to I the \nlti,

Established 1377 I new officers of the Starke of Baby !';Specials! has reportt qualify with .30 caliber rifles: Vic- Hal.I fflv" County 1'.1| "or AtwcM|ierH' ", .,,' ,.
\\I I TO CLASSIFY 1 Woman's Club for the year 18373H ed $2.17 from the mite box collection tor Thomas, Merrill McMillan, Glen his,' AMH.*Nflll' ..Mt, It, 'II

nr iti'vin KrHrrrKmrr. | were Installed at the last meetIng Miss Struth wishes to thank Wood, Billy Graham Richard Kiild. 'llIK-I'1.17: leiPlvlltw nnil fur tin I Hii.lami I''''." "

MEBER rIrld Preu.. A..m. of the present club year on the mothers who have so kindly Palmer Wlllliims, Billy Long, and ii NM'.....II..lIt 'I'iu, A_ ,

:\ v FLORIIltPRhSS ASSOCIATION I! Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: HHHlsteil In this matter.It Reece Bradley, The following were Hlonvrx' the"iimv'.llnMftl ri.nili..r il! ,,, ', -o
i ;, i o'clock In the club auditorium. was decided that dining July present acting as couches and Instructors Mln'It (nit IMIHU. fitiin, "i ,

_3 -3 2tuaf I Guod evening, childien! Today I Mrs. H. B. London, vlce-presl- and August the elides would combine : Charles Jenkins, Grat- on OBHUI.V.All' week. in" n* i i'fll,

your Old Uncle Wiggly has select'| dent read the !impressive Installation and meet together. Mrs." A. ton Cooper, L. O. Jones, Calvin IK-I'MODM' l"", in,, ,
ed 11 few nice little nursery rhymes. I service and congratulated the invited both circles to Johns, Elmo Struth and l Lt. T. T. JIM'I' tl> HHHfKHIIIVln. '
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,f r .Published:; Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ClassMatter :So pull your chairs up close to the I, club on the selection of the off II I- meet with her nt Kingsley Lake, on Long. The same group will go to ( (IlllltV' HM piit'l Kllllllllt"It 'uI",..rlhlvan at.Illlir .p I II' ,

''f ii : at the 1"0.Office t at Starke, Florida nidio nnil I'll tell you Tallahassee.In all (about,, I cers. Tuesday July 6. Misses Amelia Camp Fowler Sunday to shoot for "'""lit'111"1.theiiln,' ( too'"" Iofl.if ". "'

\ what happened up ul I Mrs. G. II Lowry will direct the and, Olive Ray will be co-hostesses records. or iiprNottiil i nn rI\. .,i oJ
I .Editor and OvneiSUBSCIUITION language you can understand: [club work for the as AHHHHHOr. llf TltXH-, i I' II
'J it i; E. L. ;Matthew( Diddle! ensuing year with Mrs. Adklns. ----- "meat (toll HM 0 tli,,,\ '..
1 Mi Diddle .
piesldent and she will be assistedby .
---- 1\Irll..J. J. Fitzgerald\ left Sun- (liven liy. I.KI..I" ..
fiddled.(3UL
; They fumed iind they I I'lllllll' V ( ; ,
HATE Mrs. L
A. Cunuva vite-pieHl- lllllltllHf.ioli.'
I -A : ( the moo-cow ktnys on the ,roat.!. Ilitlhday I'artyHilly f.. I lay for home In Tampa after <'''''"I i IV, Kim lila, In,"1 :<
r. ,i'l' '. SI.50;)(); Six Month( ; 7."c;; -Payable Advance to see suchsport. dent; Mrs. D. 1'. Cntpc-nter' secretary vndlng| several days here with P37.. j
r. \ ) The lobbyists l.uighed ; Mta. J. W. Kincaid, assistant Benson, son of Mr. and ". J I 'r"I, '
daughter and son-in-law Mr.
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'J Advertising) Rates on Application secretary; ,Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. H. Benson, was given a and Mrs. M. F. Brown. II-Il

t'Ycarl And the taxpayers cany the loud. treasured; hud the appointive offlcer party' at 3 o'clock Monday after I i\ '!'HI.: < IIK i 11 "I. I '1'.7ft.
noon at the home of his parents to "I\I -():' 0 01 \i"I ,;,,.
COMPARATIVELY \ \
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: Senator Spruit no a gioup of lends In observance of l! .\Af, C. Clt.TiVM : \
: The normal did of millions of I.C-I-HOIIS. : : in India! is it His pal could! eat no, leutl.I I 'talk Mrs.In Canova behalf of gave Mrs an Lowry Inspiiing' for his eiRhth birthday.! The guests. [GENT A WORn% I'o'IiIioIoi' I''/,ii I

I milk. ounce of p l-Ie.: tvcounces They did some tradin' hack and und and "KKKIi: ( :: E
(pound) of rice, one ounce of one I the new officers and, new clubyour us.wmbled played games i. (IX!: 1'I: : '
i4 foithAnd weld I IPt'lMlllll'' 111ni
of oils and( fats.: Tliecost contests in which piizes
: half ounce : ,
of n J'etubll'-IlIml( : an licked! the platter clean. I i iI awarded to the winners until le- COLUMNFOR "> >iit: 4)1., !' I'i '.I'ii ., Il''' "D
c -li of eighty cents a M> I(1 i: it \ I'O'I : ,
.. of this daily diet is the! equivalent ; Preceding the Installation the rut)I iS'rA'ti.
I freshments of colored c p-cukI"S, SAL.:-Best quality seeds of i: OK ri.inTO "
I pamphlet on the t hni, lost some sleep, regular order' of business! was con- i>:rri. U.MIHaddreHit '
little I Little I ,
in Bo-IVep
is i made a and, served In
ice were II
month. This statement;t I I dueled with 1Irs.frl'n"on! in the cream punch all varieties. Prices right. Suwannee ,In unknown. ,, '
:1 Value of Indian Foods( : and( t the Planning of Satll'Ut : She wotked as un attache, the dining room. The diningroomtable :\ Store tf It IH hrreliv, .'vol,".'. .I,!
: 'Nut iitive rhllrII'II! II C. Ritch transacted -
dictation and much adulation ,
With litt'e!
rxiiulriMl I lo t
wns gaily decorated wllhpink' i ii|>|ii.iit I 'M' ,;
'J' Diets.) ju.-t: issue.: ; by the Co\) crnment of India. her duties as secretary and Mrs l.Inlv. A, I I.. I 1I.I7! : )I...>
factory and wlute"strt'amcrs. I WANTKD::Man with car to takeover I onlllloii fntii" I, h, I HiI I
Of( l cour.se. these: \poor, people' lire too far away for most She earned her six d"IIlrs a day, C. A. Knight): read the tmisurer'sirpoit. Those enjoying the party with: profitable Rawleigh Route I plaint. riltMl nirilrixirrilllli'il ., > i i
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1 o''"TIM' "' mill .
\tO work sympathy o\er. but it doeseem l : odd 1 1I Billy were Merry Beth Knight! Roy Kstrchlifllie.1 CUMt omers.lust! be fold, ('oiint, I) Ti-li/ t
of (us: ) up any MrH. H V Knight chairman of l'
I -ling a o' sixpence ot""IoC'H",1' i. .It I ,
Bung mitWtcil. with earnings of $30
consider them- \ aweek I I
who I- I'I't'II.'runl..le! Morgan MaryWiotcier
\ that thenare; ,so many: j in this: country I A bottle full of r'e.011,1 American Home had! charge of the llfHIIIMM'| '' 'III \\ !ll I I. (yHtlllll
( Paul Canova, Carolyn Edwards ; -:I to start. Write Hawlelgh's, lift, IMlllllHllftl I J
the brink starvation: if they tain und, presented Dr. G. H.Lowiy ,.... ,
,sehes terriblyronjrcd( and! on\ Four twenty wise guyeCc.okln' prog I F A-! -223-101Z. Memphis, Tenn.. or foot 'oi .oU I I IM \\ 7
as the speaker for the Biyan 11"1'1'1"11.1lUrlceo Edwards : I \vii,ii,'.'' mv iOu 'It'.ii't I .
\\eek. guest
: are forced to'do, without !meat for one' or two meals: up n pie ,: Jo'ndlIeVlmberly, Ruby'see A, D. ZachArias, Luke) Butler, lit 511111(1. i Kl, \
!Befoie the putty ended ifternoon. i. Kth' iliiv" of Juno t A I j"
must get along with one spoonful\,' o of su- i Given Charles Knight; Mary \\'el-Flrt. 5-2S-4tp I .. r'
find they :
'I 1; or i if they .\ lot ('f votes weie switched Dr. Lowiy chose .is his subject 'I..I'.lll..V'TI'IOM;
1: ;- I gal: instead of the ('\IItomlllthrt'e: in their morning coffee. I And still some people wonder I the "American Home, and in his ,' don! Emma Jane Beusley, B. C." "'FOR"i T KKNT Furnished--apart I, AM flvik' i nf 1 ,
Itolt>'.endorf, Betty Benson, Martha I for ,
address hc stated thai | lliii.lfonlII. '
,,1- 4 o I Iuit( why the 1 bill was ditched. i opening Misses Marjorie and ment. See Mrs. S. R. Johns. ItpKOR :. I.... i'i-itii-i.tx.: ; ;.
clV0rjI Tiurrii the home Is the nuiseiy of life and Beasley. SolllitOf' f.iI',,",1"" "
\\i i; XKKII NOSIA: :' : ;MONSTEUS.irsr:, THE I Harriet Benson and Grace Green Gll4t72FRESH 0 0
Little Miss, Muffett sat on a lurret'E'I'lf'ln' i that what the country Is lo be In SALiE Cheap, 10 iicieH good j
p =Now t hat the subject has gotten started hardly a daypasses \ tt bill. I the future depends on the home ofI assisted in serving refreshmentsand ..' strawberry land mile fro rnStarke ;----- -::;

: that someone does: nut sujrRest\ ; a new way for Starke I A fat lobby spider sat down beside I I today. Dr. Lowry stressed' beauty in entertaining the littleguests. with four-loom house, i

; attractive to the tourist; trm(('. All of those her-. in the home a harmonious working All the children present pump outbuildings.. F W Uosser FISH f,
become und wished
lo mole! i He had it good time Billy
rite rest you can guess If you will. I together of the entire family. Starke. Itp
suKtfestions: are interesting; :, and not a few are practical.' I also stilted that the home should l many more happy birthdays. CAUGHT DAILY ,

All over the globe! this is: a problem! that has long puz- I Peas 1'01'l'ldge hot peas poi'ridge I' have, music, books, and religion -- --.---- NO RAGS W ANT D--The Telegraph "

zled public-spirited} citizens, and we find many towns using: cold. Mrs.' D. K. Knight presented. the I now hiss a sufficient number UK ('.\ltlC1'1'1.1. I.INK: (IIFU'LfET
desired end. Get it at a chain: store, nine days ,I. following musical\ piogiam: TFATORITEI.PIIEII of rugs and wilt not, be in the I
both fair means and foul to accomplish) the i I old.Some Ava Maria (Shubert) Mrs. J. H.I market for more until a later date. .\ si11:01: : -

-I,' For instance: the little resort; of Loch Ness, Scotland hasery : want 'em open, some want I Benson, assisted by Misses Clarke \
SHRIMP: AND: KIK\M: :
4 accomodatinji "sea monster": that appears every time I 'en closed i Gill, Jeun Davis and Harriet Ben-' RECIPES ''o'iIK I
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0 M'TK'K' In Iii-'lv' Klven that tit*
p But what we'd do without 'em. Rod I 5(00, They were accompanied nl .. .
little dull and the natives think something should.I County AMHffNttr, of Ta x.- for, llradfniil MAGNOLIAFISH
things get a I'
only knows. the piano by Mis F. H. Long. fount)', I"t'I'lI.t" will||| "illq'i vvllh
be done to attract more people' to town. Of course no' one actually I "A Night In Spain" piano solo ('IWO'044 Tuke i 111' I ttonttt, .of ('..Uii.. ). CommtxHlnnerHol I MARKET
Hruilrc.nl ,
CIMIMIV. 1"1",1." In tlioiifrU"
? believes the tales: of f the dreadful l ( monster but it is i a i Little Boy Motorist( blow your I:, Miss Marjolie Stump. If J'ou like lemon cheese cake nf I hv Cli'lli, ul Hit- ('IrctitI ) ,I
4 ) hoin. "Rose How Enchanting"poh( 1'1) Just tty this recipe. Really you .'iii"i-1 ill Sunk*, r'loililu., nt IO:00
successful in boosting
and has been found very : ;: ;
good :story! : : find better one. Mrs.
1 "When the Roses Bloom" can't a -
The cow's on the highway and l not 111<
'r -.- the tourist trade at Loch Ness: in the :summer time. 1 I In the com j I Reichardt), Miss Maijoile Benson Richard Kidd look a cuke made

III We are not recommending that Starke and Bradford( :I There should l be 11 law and aloe a MI's. Long accompanied Miss Benson by this recipE to the U. D. C. picnic -
I ri at the piano. last week and It was perfectly WE 4' [ SERVE
County should follow the example, of the Scotland resort; and fl'nce-- I delicious. So of the ladles
many
And maybe theie will be II fewyeais The hostesses Mis H. II. Young.
midst under false; pretenses.: 'wanted the that she had to
into recipe
ci bring a single\ person our hence. I Mrs.! B. M. Montgomery Mrs. F.F. ,
deed we hardly think it necessary. 'Our !section of the state Stump, Mrs. W, A. Stern, Mis. send It to the Telegraph In self de

}e has\ plenty to offer in the way of climate: fertilelOll: and hospitable : Now Mary Imd* a little lamb C. F. Ward Mrs J. E. Wilson, and fense. ilith Intimate Knowledge
I I : "lit she was one smart lassie. Mrs. C. B. Price, served Ice cream Two-thirds cup butter
::1 e people) ) without making it necessary: to invent attractions She, knew It wan her little calves and cake during the social hour. Two cups sugar

I : !In the realm of fancy. I' That clicked at Tallahassee. -. Three cups flour ( measured after 4d you Instinc-
BECAUSE
(I4 -b properly advertised the good solid inducements that VV. M.\ S. Circles: sifting\ one time) I.
Little Jack Homer stood on a cor- Hold June.Meeting One cup milk tively refrain from
in this will do to bring in the type
i IV 4 are natural county more ncrPlayin' Thiee, level teaspoons baking .
J 1* > of tourist we want than will a "sea monster" or any other a slot-machine. Circles of the Woman's Missionary powder I such a choice do not

kind of freak attraction. I Jut the first of October his fun I Society of the Methodist Small pinch salt I postpone the selection ofk
-i'' will be over Church met Monday afternoon, Five egg whites
: o Unless he sneaks back of the Circle Number One being entertained One teaspoon vanilla. a funeral director until

WHO WILL BE FIRST MAN TO WEAK SHORTS HERE? I screen by Mrs. J. F. Colley and Cream butter, add sugar gradu-
. i the need for one actually
; !Mrs. A.- %V.. Anderson, at the homeof k
K\ery summer, with a high degree of regularity, we are ally: sift flour, baking powder.

t, :1 treated ((01' rather mistreated) to pictures\ the daily press: t'e-saw, Marjorie Daw.What'li the former. The rooms of the and salt, together three times and arises. Our service is
tower floor of this home
: we do about IIquol'hull ? pleasant add the flour mixture alternately
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of male who of f suffering with the heat has: the perfect solution to
( some weary !'\ we give I it the axe? were thrown ensulte and decoratedwith with the milk to the creamed but

shucked his trousers and donned) shorts; : or pajamas or some; No, we'll double the tax baskets and bowls of zinnias, ter und sugar. Add well beaten this intimate problem

4 I 1' I .\nd I the do it the mailgoliU and nasturtiums.' whites and vanilla. Bake In
01. other costume; that i.s: cons Kit red freakish by his: follows simply sooner we quick- egg
I The circle leader, Mis W. E. three ell-greased cake founded as it is. on a sin-
er.ilickoty pans.
because; it is not generally; worn.
I Middleton, presided over a business
Put cake together with lemon cere desire to be helpful
i 47 We have always liked to speculate It to the mental makeup Dickory, Dock, session and the devotional service filling. -

of these :sartorial pioneers.: Are they excessively; brave individuals They didn't stop the clock; I, was led by Mrs. S. S. Dowling. her One cup sugar and comforting.
When it struck subject being "The Making of a Four of the five left
three egg yolks
who care not for the jeers: of their fellow men ? Are Mrs. A. Wood
Missionary reviewed -
They quit by gee, from cake
they merely exhibitionists: -never happy unless! : they are the Hickory, Dickoiy, Dock! the leaflet which was entitled One small can deem .diluted

I center of interest in the group ? Are they simply crazy with And now, children my time Is "Chil.stlun" Missions und! the with one and one-half cups water DE Win C. JONES
Hut Old Uncle will be Social Leaven. During the social Four level flour
Wiggly tablespoons
up.
the 11'lIt-ol' for under
sweating sun
are we crazy a summer
E back with you again next week period the hostesses, assisted by Juice of two lemons | FUNERAL DIRECTOR
V I while the cool breezes around their bare knees ?!
: play with more stories for good little Miss Katie Fugate, served a tempting Mix sugar and flour add milk

.- Whatever the final decision: it i i.s not a question likely to girls and boys.MISSION. pineapple salad course. Besides and water and egg yolks and cook STAKKK, .'1-\. PHO.Nr: : thEjj
the fourteen members present until thick. Let stand cold. ,
until
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I (and candid camera) the appearance of the first pair of men's fine message of the teaching Mrs. W. O., Little of Indiana and luyets between the cakes.

; : shorts on the streets of Starke. We expect a long wait however type waa heard with interest at the C.Mis. George. Powell of Newton N. Ice: top and sides with white Ic-

for it was only recently that the Rotary Club reached Mission again this week, when a ing.Two
visiting minister, Mr. C. A. Crosby Mrs. L. S. Hutto was hostess to cups sugar
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the momentous tlecision that it would be all right to appearat Circle
pastor of Antioch Baptist number'two at her home on Two egg whites
the Wednesday: luncheons without coats during the summer (Church LaCrosse and also of New N. Thompson St., which was decorated Seven tablespoons cold water

months. River Church wan the teacher. with a variety of summer Two tablespoons. white caro

"The Seven Words of Jesus" was flowers. The circle leader, Mrs. syrup

''I It chosen as the subject: "Come, Peail Simpson, conducted the business One teaspoon vanilla.
PROFITABLE U\-I'nODUCTS SOON HELP FARMERS Learn, Read Follow Work. Pray session and Mrs. J, W White Put all except vanilla In top of

I Despite the many discouragements: that seem to be the and Look" and as this scripturewas led In the worship service. Mrs. T. double boiler, beating constantly

k lot of the average farmer, there is always a gleam of hope and unfolded to eye and ear the missions J. Griffin reviewed the leaflet on with egg beater and cook until
lI ,plrltual machinery of the mind after which the hostess: thick. i
0 something to look forward to in the never-ending work of
I, ind soul was stirred to a realization ,
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chemists who are constantly searching for profitable byproducts of the Christian's privilege opportunity Tackle

t : of farm crops.! and duty to be about the
Muster's! business: also being splr- : .
,, 4 The Farm Chemurgic Council meeting recently in Detroit 'tually admonished that each day ENERGY

said that the farmer has for many years been missing!: people are making a choice and decision

1 out on a real opportunity. It has been proven that slash pine, consciously or unconsciously that GeU the BIG ones!
by the things' they choose to follow :
corncobs cornstalks! chaff and peanut oil can produce such ; FOR
any by these choices destiny Is ; GROWING :

articles of commercial value as paper, starch rayon, alcohol I being fixed. ) k \\ CHILDREN THE KIND YOU WIN

and butter substitute.: It is said that more than 3,000 useful A group of the children brought I : ,
-p I a sweet and tender In I : 1, PURE MILK MAKES HAPPY .
: things can be produced from present farm by-products. song. message A .- : =..-, HKALTHY. ACTIVE CHILDREN PRIZES WITH

Perhaps the farmer has been missing out on a real opportunity I BECAUSE IT SUPPLIES THE : ,
The unexpected is Always happening PROTEINS AND CARBOHY-
-but through no fault of his own. He has not -
yet and surprises are not Inf re-j ORATES NEEDED FOR A PLENTIFUL -
.I Iwen told or shown how these profitable things might be produced quent so don't miss a real treat by I : SUPPLY OF ENERGY 27

4 from his crops. Although the laboratory work has been being absent sometime. There :- I 4 ? t'OMK: IN AND; LET I'H' ot"UTr(11'

done, it still remains: for capital to be attracted and :start the paitlclpating were again out-of-town in the service. visitors I, MATHEWS DAIRYMILK .',.: ._a.o-..

I wheels: of production turning. The farmer will be found willing A splendid group of children are I ,.-. TO ( OMK: IN FIRST: IN FIRM' XND

F to do his part when, and if. this time arrives.: I practicing for an important part I I

I -,0I --__ 'n nevt weeks study hour. You'll :. MTRKAM'S: BIO FISHIN: CoMr.r'K
enjoy them. -- :
I STILL THEY. (INSIST( ON TAMPERING: : WITH THE: BIBLE: I ------ .- : I : J11 ... '
Some :\ill's. srs,IN TiioM i i'I' IS ALys \\ IIAE M'KE TII.T1.'tI.I.0"S IHr"II"
jK-ople be -
can never satisfied to "let well 'nOllch'klne"
( Fiuurjl: l services for Mrs.. Susan, : I : 'S Pure und Rich In
( not 1'\ en when that "well\ enough" is the -=.::" : Food Values. .
most; (jerfectI ) TliomuH. SJ. pioneer citizen of :=: Jl'oI'rx"r KK-I-T: VMLINKS j)
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for (!ro\vn-
of books-the Bible.! I It was l'ecentl.announced that the ancient : Unk.n County who died Saturday1mominjr I

Biblical! injunction ufft'r the little children to come were held Monday otter-I ihT. TI"MAITKU :
I TII \T WILL HOLD
loon at Foi Cull Cemetery, Rev. '
unto Me"[ IIP read by millions
may of American Catholics! E. R. Joyner officiating: I|,

t sometime in the future as "Permit the little children to come She Is survived. by her widower, tf : YOU HOOK TIIKM.:

i unto Me.( ftnlitnd' Thomin., ; three sons. Leon, MATHEWS t

It i is Nfelrose: Moray Thomas, Lake Butler tt
I only necessary to compare! the beauty and dignity of and. Alger Thorn of Miami; 4'4- DAIRY t Ninety-seven Prizes From $5 to $75

the original sentence with that of its modern paraphrase to]] two daughters. Mrs Lula Motte.rooker. .

I : k. see the folly of tampering with Something that is already per-, "' and Mrs. Virgie Barks- I BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.p.nE
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