Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02608
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Telegraph had the unusual Because of lack of space, the A drive to clear all city streets ,

I' pleasure of seeing a ripe atrawbtrI I| complete list of teachers' and bus of weeds and! trash was "started, in

F GULF TICK ;I farmer ry In August when Hellbronn Perry Newsom TAXES i drivers' salaries as prepared by the BY 1ST.IIauks Stark this week according! to Rn'' LOWER .(

', near Springs, Board of Public Instruction, could announcement by Mayor T. FrankLa
brought the berry bush and all, to
not be published this week. This! notion,

\\l>(st* Leave Livestock our office Thursday, Mr. Newnom County Retains Attorney infotmat ion will appear in our next Muni He Returned lie urged City prupnty. ownersto Cut Of One and fire-
said the berry wus growing on ,
issue Also to appear will bo a revised clear vacant lots of weeds and
With Raw Spots OpenTo first runner from nursery stock. | To right Excessive list of bus routes in thin coun To WallIIl'allalla..ee get the city clean-up spirit with Bights Mills An ,

Screw Worms I| Plants ate still scarce and prices i! Reductions | the approach of the Fall month, t tI Iw"cedSSESSEUV""AI. r;
,are' high he says and a smaller
i -- I explaining\ that the cutting of

nnE;.MEN AKE URGED'i acreage this county.Ihan usual However Is predicted, It Is hoped for I OWE: STATE: CO.MIHNED'TOTAL tyRESURFACING U! :N: E: >l .P I 1,0 YMENT: TAX needs at this season of the year .\ I. UAT1ONS I

VSE: "(Sl -T AU OILj J that higher prices will help to bal- I' -OF----t.i72..ti7.: ( :.IS! t,I ItKCINS; I IN_ OTTO HE It I menim next they summer.will not grow. buck unlit IIEItE ON. IN_ fit EASE: : -II

ance the ledger
Appearance of the Gulf Const I I The Board of Bradford (1'ounty'! Of Road 13 Harold C Wall director of unemployment All main city streets, and alleys I A reduction, of one and five-

lick, m Bradford County In re- Commissioners and the School I compensation for the,will I be cleartil ami ueedn will be eights mills in the total I levy for

|tntyeais, brought warning from FARM ROAD I Hoard.! In connection with others In Florida' I Industrial I commission I I j I cut iilmig the licks the Major's 19.T7: state and, county taxes here t
T K McClane Jr.. the State, have employed .J Wetma IN PROSPECT aiiniiiiiu-enreni .al(1. '1 *
aunty, Agent calls the attention of 'Io..hlll employers WHS announced by Assessor R, \\ .

;hil! sec>k to livestock owners I Keen prominent Tallahassee attur- to the fact the liability report I Hayes following a meeting of the

In i a !statement to the public he Project ney as special agent to co-opetate mailed them last week must. I Board of L'ommoaslonns Monday d

with attorney general Cary D. Lunclis. STKETl'll FHO.M STAKKE li filled in and! returned to' the i TWO WRECKSNear :, at which H pernnnpnt Htdt: fn*
Id"A In an effort to collect delinquent division In Tallahassee before Se' j I I 1(1.37-34:
mass attack by these pests TO LAWTEY SIlOIt1''UTS(1RV'EVF |>- I wa adopted Tlie ii
pen the ears of animals causes i j jic URGED IN WIRE taxes owed by all rallioii'l ;I) tember. 1. HereIN It'vy1111 be forty-nine and neven-

ears to swell and the skin to1> companies in the State. The Seaboard Mr. Wall said "From thaw ,reports > eights mills as compared! with fif...

ab and crack a condition which which operates over a wide A surveying clew of the State required under the law we ty-one and, a half\ mills\ lust year i,
"section' of Bradford County, now will be able to determine whether At the same time Mr
distinctly detrimental to live-i t GREEN SAYS I'ltaSPEKITV: Road Department, arriving here |I WEEK-END Haye
lock But the after-effects are OF COUNTY DEPENDS ON owes In excess! of $24,000 In. this Tuesday to begin surveying and a fltm Is liable for taxes for the j I stated that the valuation! on all

ten more serious The placehere AGRICULTURE county alone. mapping State Road No. 11: between first nine months' of this year I __ types of properly. In the county

the tick attached itself toe ; The two principal steps to be Starke and Lawtey with Many firms are not now aware of i has Incl't'alled12.403 over the flg1 ;
animal remains raw for several I Congt essman R. A. Green yester- taken by the Capital City attorney the Intention to resurface ami widen the fact that they are liable. It urea for 1936. largely because of : i iI

"ys,) and furnishes a most attracve I 1 day wired Harry Hopkins. WPA I are ((1) to collect all delinquenttaxes I it. Is the answer to one of the will be afavor, to these firm for I redemption of delinquent lands "
owned the companies they will be subject to Interest and predicted an increase of at
place for the screw worm fly i iu Administrator In Washington D. by I railroad requests from State Senator Char- '

deposit her eggs. Moreover the I I IBIS C., urging Immediate approval of a and 121( > to prevent rail- ley E. Johns' that this project be charges and penalties If their taxes Week-end accidents! In Starke I least $100,000 In the value of 1934 i I
loads from are nut 1 when l. I,I tax rolls. "If this Increase I I
often become so swollen and project providing for Improve- securing excessive reductions completed with other proposedones paid requited."Collection with miiter'lullzes -
ran exceptionally: high only
In their I of these taxes will ," he said "It Is
iff that the animal can no longer: ments to various farm to market asse ment. whichIs which will probably Include local'' possiblethat 'l'
fixed by the Railroad Assessment farm-to-market start in October for this its one ni-iir-fatality reported by Bradford's levy another
re them in a natural way In roads in Bradford County. road In the near year officials year i I
' off flies The unerring in- Board In Tallahassee.The future must be remembered that the unemployment I might be reduced by six or seven [h
t.nrt tiding of the screw worm fly often Included In this project are the Seaboard, reliable sources Senator Johns who returned compensation law does I||I Z. n. Carter. 2rt, of St. Petersburg | mills" [ .oa
I road from to the State a
elects: tile presence of the fresh Lawtey revealed here this week, has refus- Monday from Tallahassee was in not Impose a new tax on employ- ,, / was seriously. Injured here I,\ The assessor explained that an i ili I
Farm several roads from State ed already to the unassessed conference em in the Slate It does allow I!I, about ten o'clock Saturday night
unil i long before the owner of pay with State Road nfflJlals !increase: of value: in real estate, Ir
>e animal notices it, and before Highway 28 to the State Farm 8100.21 In estimated taxes due and secured the project for them to pay 1.81"1' cent of the two the victim of a hlt-und-riin driver I I personal properly and! railroad ':
road and the road from L. L Conner's Bradford County for 1937. based percent tax lexled under title IX of !Hospital attaches In Ja'kH..nvllle.1 Ipropeity|
> knows! It he has an animal In-1 I on widening and resurfacing the In the county naturally |r s
farm to Springs. the the Kedetal social act Into said Canter wan suffering from serious ,
security I
sled with screw worms. Gulf present assessment. stietch\ of about nix miles. j means a decrease In the tax levy. j .
; Rudolph Andrews superintendent Officials were unable to estimate Cost of materials and the State unemployment com-1'| scalp and l body wounds, received t t "
cast ticks are known to be the other necessities He staled that this year approxt- p '
WPA activities here said that (I i
jof what fund. The other two- when he alighted from an '1
,nee i of a large crop of screw i amount of the back taxes could not bu estimated pensatlon mately 1,400 acres of dead or Idle 1 ;
orms In the coastal areas each this last named road Is now being would be collected but felt optimistic until surveying and mapping Is tenths of a per cent he pays to the automobile parked I opposite a local I I farm lands have been placed buck j U
surveyed. I service! mutton and was struck by I
over the outlook Federal government at the end of i'
are I IMI' omplete. on the county's tax rolls which ,
In his telegram CongressmanGreen I The total amount of taxes owed --.- the year. This tax has nothing to | n. Ford! roadster ill Iven by Raymond I with the exception( of a small r' ; f

McCl.ine recommended the' said: "These roads connect Florida counties the State over, by HUGH WALTERSTO lo with the tax levied under title j Bryant Carter, his wife and ', amount of railroad and city prop- 't

t? of pine tall oil on the ears of up Important farming portions of all railroad companies, recent figures VIII of the social. security act," Mr. | Mr. and Mrs.! Stephen H. Flfield of i city will probably bo Improved I

felted Flock which he explained I I lour county with hardsurfacedtoads. show In In excess of $3,672.- PREACHYOUNG Wall concluded. .j Jacksonville were leturnlng from )land I placed to work again In farm .f

ouh! nerve u four-fold purpose Improvements of extreme 317.08. This Includes liberal estimate The Florida, unemployment com- f' Gainesville wheie they at tern led a acreage ;+ .

Iling ticks aiding In healing of Importance to entire counly. Very i of 1937 taxes, baaed on assessments. = MINISTERIAL STUDENT P"l1l1"tlon law pilsner.! by the 1917 wedding Carter served as a I I Last the total '.
:tea prevents attachment of oth- necessary to Improve these farmI WILL BE HEARD Legislature will allow\ workers who > groomsman at the Mclntosh-Fl- year cuunly.levywas j .

licks and keeps screw worms to market roads as farming ii principal -. .. 4VBRADFORD- -- HF.RK SUNDAY become unemployed, through no lit III wedding, Sill in day In Gnlnes b foity-nlne mills which with a .
I I stale levy of two and half mllla
anil1Bound I a ,
from laying eggs In Industry In county.;" fault of their own lo receive bene- ville. I' :
tick bites as well. 't ._ USES I Hugh H. Wnjters. ministerial fits after January HI3R These brought/ the total levy to flfty-on .) ,
--- -- -- No has been
student at Stetson and charge placed and l n half mills. This thecounty'a
A large. number of livestock Is'Bt I' year .
LESS GAS hern-fits will\ nut exceed $I IS nor be' 1[
GREEN RETURNS agnlnHt the Bryant youth [lending ( ,
fitted, by the Gulf Coast tick in graduate of Mradfurd I County High i Il'vyVas cut to forty-nix:
less t than $5 for a period not to exceed ,
the outcome of Curler, It stated
was -
:School will deliver the and one-foutlh mills, but Indented
t'venlngmelll'lo'e an -
It fn '
reported.SCHOOL FROM CONGRESS FIGURES Hlxlern weeks during a year loam officials
by '.
at the First Baptist ulnte levy of three and I'
:SHOW SHARP Hit' worker must have winked
ADVOCATES FREE GRADING Church:: Sunday night at eight Another accident lute Sunday; <, fivotclghlha mills! made the total' ,
i DECLINE during, the balms to build I
BOOKS OF SEA ISLAND: "'clock.Walters. year "I'| night,, Involving two University' nfFlm'j'la levy lorty-nlne. mid seven-eighth.1\ ,. '
wine credits on which will\ lieI'l'n,1 Y
BEING REPAIRED COTTON Kerosene consumption In HI ad- I has! Just completed' his dtudenlfliosf! namrs Sub-si'hnol li>vys In I thlrtei-n of I
the mount he will twelve Inbl'ne'IIII
lOrd County during July took) u' first year nt :Stetson University, were nut leanied by 'local' author :, the ['ollnl Y'II fourteen illslrlcls rerun :
/ when he becomes unemployed f
Pill JECT SPONSORED; BY After a long congressional\ session 500 gallon le'1IV"" the cor- DI'I.und.o'ioliola.. and expect to return llies. were imlnjiiicilssi raUo-d

NATIONAL= YOUTH AD- adjourning last !i-&turilay In i expending period of Juno, while again/: I this full to pursue his e apparently got nut of control.1'It Its millagf hurt five to ten III the I

-MI.NISTRATION Washington with Senators and\ gasoline sales declined! by several dludies During the summer' mouths t tinned over and \vu.i nlrnosl completely four bonded school dlxtrlcts of the I
''I a
Congressmen lemilnmg almost I .11111111 cd gallon' DUI'lngJul}' 8- he is In the employ of the Sunday injurer lift Train tnollsheil, near w'heta I the county only one raised! its levy bl ;

A gigantic book repairing pro- throughout the summer ('ongl't'RI'1 Oo.'i gallons of keioscne wee sold, School] I Department of the Baptist, One of the fitxt mishaps between lIok'r read l InterscclM with I'.OIK! Drunker incrpaied' Its mill.ige from I : l(

it sponsored( by the National man and Mis. II. A. Green returned a i computed with 7.080/: ) gallons for tate Convetiiion ''on.llIl'lingtll.ln- i t train and automobile repotted in 13 about four miltH from hear fifteen to twenty-five. ::

uuth. Administration and undere to their home here Tuesday. the sum period of I lime in June. tog courses for young people end, this wi-ctIon In a number of years, =Nell her of the youths was injureil Total IIK"'sH",1| \aliintlon of all !

i Pion of Miss Lala Su Smith Congressman/ (;1'.n'Iactivities Gasoline! tell Bhort with only 95.-: other religious! activities in West I jtonk plate Sunday; morning: when: n noticeably, witness and motorists Mtiidfonl l priifieily was Ht'Itt\ $1.'i I 'i if

Gulueiville, was begun Liiaddainty :1 1Tie not completed, as he Is to lot; gallons! sold during July as Florida: '( fast Atlantic Joint. Line freight who stopped. lit the art ne said. 0.-in.l12: : as cnl11"lIrell| with 11,013.-: i I

Ie 1 .1 Monday make the commencement address compared with June's total I gales Mr. Walters! Is a member of this truck the mitomoblle of Mr, and U\:!\! in lll.'iti.\ :: The reduction In' levy I I Ii'

All but ks needing repairs, of 'lere Labor Day befor'' the opening of 97.010. First Baptist Church of Stalke. Mrs J. C. Uutterfit-ld of St. Augustine !. will amount to approximately; ; l $11;>2 '' d'l

adioid County's total of 3.384 In '' classes of Bradford CountyI According to the dtpaitment's and hit: many friends will welcomehim near Lake Butler demolishing COURT BILL on every thousand dollars, and will i I I''

,> white and colored schools will ,I High and Elementary School; He Is records, fertilizer sales to Brad. back to his home church. It and seriously injuring SERVED PURPOSE mean a saving to taxpayers:< of I,, '

ceivp new front and back covers, to appear In Ocala later on Sept 6 ford County farmers, during the The morning sermon will be Butter field Mill, Biitteitlcld was. | around $1,700, according to Mr..

d 1 other repairs that will protectem ind at Jacksonville Sept., 12 tiittend ) month of July fell fourteen tons preached by the pastor C. B. Price lens seriously Injured In the accident GREEN TELLS ROTARIANS I Hayes' figures (F

over a period of several '' the annual convention of short as compared with June sales. who has .returned from a month's termed by official as unavoidable. A'r MEETINGQ HERE It was explained that the Increase '

cars. I the Brotherhood of Rillay and of thirty-nine tons. This can easily vacation In !Miami.\ He announcedhat WEDNESDAYCnngrenxman I in assesmul valuation tai f fI

Miss Smith who Is employing Steamship clot ks later to join Mrs. be expected farmers state, as : regular prayer service will be .. I i brought about largely by the roopeiatlon I ". '

"roe gnls! in the county book re- Green to be present at festivities crops are harvested or being harvested held at eight o'clock Wednesday Miss lIeerllg'rmnoted R. A. Green who of the bonrd of county commissioners ij 'I
bun returned to his home hereafter
>II'! project said yesterday that it at Jacksonville Beach of the same now. that use most of the nights jll.t the clerk of the circuit '
Miss Gertrude Heeling, for sometime : a lengthy congressional session ,
w impossible court, and the tax all
( to estimate the1"gth organization. fertilizer sold In this county. -- I
employed with the Stale Wei-1 Hxike> to the Rotary Club
of the time of the the .. working together with one object i
d pi eject I Shortly before leaving Capital C - --- Attend N'urses'sheet 'ate Board as district supervisor, Wednesday reviewing Important I
just what repair materials willattu4liy confeired with the.Feting : In viewthat of getting all Idle 4 1
I Rep. Green Divorce Is Granted Hh Bradford Director of that If
Mr Clennle kok, was appointed Dlstrlctl j legislation passed, or failed to I !
needed of lands .possible back on the Lax ,
altogether un- Agriculture
l ihe : Secretary Circuit Judge John I. Viney of "C>ll11t., he"1th nurse attended the No. 5, State Welfare Board it waannounced pass, the lawmaking body this books. '
went further into the nd Chief A. G. Black, Bureau of :'i
St. Petersburg has granted Elizabeth monthly meeting Thursday In here yesterday Ml.siMeerlng I umnier,
mle> of the and A comparison of the tVvys ant '
county. At ) Economics, urged
present Agricultural I. Glaaby a divorce from Paul Green Con :Springs. of county: one uf the widely known He stilted that Hlthoughyit filled for the
pro.t' workers classified grade service various county funds In e ;
ka in are repairing gain that or Raymond OJanby. Mrs. Glasby was hearth nurses fiom Union Baker social workers will maintain offices to become a law, the President's I I 1934 and 1937 Is shown Ii
the Bradford In the following -
hOO! here. County High be furnished for long of staple Flor- formerly Mils Elizabeth Neal of ;Tlagtai', Nassau. Clay and Columjla In Green Cove Springs, officials Supreme Court bill in reality ac- table: t IFund I

Sea Island cotton growers Theressa. Counties. ""It.l.I compllshvil Its purpose Mince "the I dl
Supt. A, cost to the At 19'W 19TT !
J, Grlffls! said ycstert rla without grower' fire built under the court" had I
'Ihat :114 conference it was determined General -- -------.-- 8! 8 I
white t previous
pupils and fifty ( It to become liberal
!' more
I 'IIUII. ..
11'Ofo" are and would be using to give this service to the EARLY HISTORY OF BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH In Its recent decisions I I Fine A Forfeiture.3 2 ti

thin 3.384 books grower at a charge of twenty-five Widows Pension ..---t. vt : I I
representI INTERESTING AND EXCITING SAYS WRITER The congressman said he was
an bale. Green Insist the service I IS Agricultural ____.-__ H average of about six books cents a wouldvote I
I how he
not yet ready to say '
I' PUpil. the General School __.._IO 10 "
for government.A I
be paid by
|I the an.thOllr
le"IHhtiton!' passed: In the 1033 vast number of Bradford I By H. E. LAGERGRENWhile ceeded In buying a tub press big onditlons somewhat one roller on bill since disputed he'a.. waiting wage to Bond Int. It Sink._?__17 ISRoad ..

inn, declaring that no more I County farmers have contributed evolution In nature maybe enough to print a page of the paper vas taken off and s. burning lamp,,I' see In what form the proposed' A Bridge Mnln__10 10 t,

tool hooks would be 1 large acreages to the revival of Sea considered as scientific prize It wall very hard to run. The tied fast with haywire was set un- I l'egl..htlcI\ t
purchased ( would be when It llmally =4-
D. made the project necessary I Island cotton this year which promises story evolution In printing offices operator had to work the treadle ler the Ink disk no as to thaw out |: Leached the floor of the House. I Total -._.__,____.___ 46'/i I
b l 11'1 and old-established to set the heavy balance wheel In the Ink somewhat -but this did -- .- -
"p designed! to put school to bring a good price a is a fact. Every I tie said, however that sny bill proposing :
notion, and It had to make seven lot produce clear print. .--:.
In first class condition, satisfactory quality of this variety. newspaper started from an embryo to let up.a standard scale CARLISLE'S:

f the county many -.- end the,.evolution. t Is still going on, revolutions for each' Impression.Then The only other piece of machinery ],'of wages sail hours to be the same ROBBED. MONDAY f
lala. the came together with consisted of a small job :' :
parts pressrun
**., .I:'1 saV'J' Road Repair' for'la no"craft are new Inventions In all parts of the country would
:' 'f Complete till the entire It had roller
awl methods more eagerly made such a bang upper by band. only one require "careful and mature con SECOND-STORY MAN MAKES: r
State road workers have completed of than In printing. floor of the building shook Dr J. as hard as a kitchen rolling
: use sideration. I GET-AWAY WITH ,
alf-lltJl .alJ. To ;. a re-fill and beautification The of the Bradford O. Haynes dentist had his officern pin though not as smooth and I'I 'I'
printery ''' Attendance at the club this work VALUES AT $UO f
Only one more halfremains project on Alligator Creelc where County Telegraph is now better the same floor. He often had to i straight. A form had! to be rolled' was among the largest since Its I,

y for Starke merch-I a is crossed by State Real No. 28 furnished with up-to-date machinery ask the pressman to please rest I twice or more times before Inked organization' several months ag'i. I' One of the shrewdest pieces of .: t

oho huve been near the city limits In the southeast and appliances than any other. for a few minutes while ye enough for visible print. Once a' .- second-story robbery ever experienced I

face |,ereAccording to Po- section of Starke.> A replacement In a city the size of Starke. But It ed a tooth from the jaw of yank'j negro/ editor of a newspaper for I in Starke left In Its wake a

Chief A L.-Alvarez. the half- of a washout resulting from was not always thus Until the patient which could not be colored of Live Oak came to buy ,t KKK Reorganizes' loss to J. B, Carlisle local hardware -

I ljy- that began May 13 will heavy rains! recently was made to years of this! century it Just while the dental chair rocked as I In 'the pi'ess. The price asked for $2n.: Last Thursday night a <.Ieit'/flt'l/ (. store owner, of about $150: In

after school starts. Alvarez ,I the lengthy state road bridge. lately I'struggled along. un eurthqutke. And soon It became I The offer of S2: !DO was refused. ]I lion from the Stonewall Jackson jewels, watches, clothes and money.Mr I

1 merchants who signed the Detutlfication steps also were takeen I 1 The establishment occupied the : evident! that a section of the The roof leaked abominably. A. i is I I Klan KKK of ,Jacksonville headed I' Carlisle HHcoveircl early :

a'fig agreement said they would our the roadside leading to an J i'I south half nt the second story of floor might collapse, as Its allp-I( n AS a rain began the senior by the Gianil Dragon, Geo. J. Garcli. Manzla moinlng that thieves hud

unto the 1937-38 term of I from the bridge.Raymond I the Manning building. Until about ports were not any too strong. printer called out, "Pots!" The!I' Chief Kletgle Frank B. Garcia entered his home us ho and his p

oil i Jmm Incet 1. which begins ...- -. Id97. the machine for printing the the sake of Having himself: In sucha I 1"<.I vll" then placed cans: kept fot' and Klejgle/ Jasper I. Williams, son lay asleep with only a wall between '

fit( wing Monday, Sept. New ManagerThe paper consisted of a Washingtonhindpress contingency the operator beforehe I i the purposeunder the drips. Some I held a naturalisation meeting of a them. They stole three ,

-+--- --. ; station adjoining the worked by a teat ne- I began pees work pulled an all- of the window panes were kept In I II class of about fifty candidates at watches, valued at sro, $12 In ,
H'illJerelop service His arms were strung and purpose table out of the way and'opened the sash with cords. ,II the sihoul liou.se. Klt8gle'llIl1lmJl I cash a suit of clothes, alloys' and '
Co. building; gio. I
R Filmsthe ,t lorode Chevrolet W. C. Manning -, didn't! mind the stubborn lever bat the dour, so that nothing Only one page of the ,paper could expects to start the local Klan with bedroom slippers, u Belle. School I II t
Carradlne. ;'oimerly managed by of a pain would hinder a quick] exit. If need I'I he printed at a time | about a hundred members at an !: or eight shlitfl, ,
a.ht' of last he compUired
; drug" store In Lawtey. ; was taken over Friday ta-1 ''haul" every time an reaeoln be. : time was lost In back-folding r early date He says for anyone ).I andxtwonpack tknives Ides other :
I.el'k The I(I'
*, announce a complete de.Plng week Raymond made. rearing that the man's The Ink rollers were hard and'uneven. < Those Interested In joining a 100 percent: '' minor articles They then made I
I.f the
was I
fc d service for kodak films tion 1ale In front head would give ()ut. Major Matthews In cold weather the Inlc "wet down' the paper before print- American org .nlzatlon to write |'I' their way back! to giounl I ag !in,
Work ealargement5 It 'Is said that court house and will continue after he had, become soleproprietor became so stiff the press could I mi" in rare. of general. delivery al ind left little pofcsibilttle of ra'rt 1-
I ij, guaranteed and one the name of Torode went to Ocala and suc hardly be worked. To ameliorate (Continued On Page Eight/ Starke. |: l hits clu''.
twice said.
f l Is offered. Mr. Raymond

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FLA. STATE-- FARMMm. --- GRAHAMMr { I ,UPTON ''Automobiles Last j i' There are appt
l'weres- .*..l I r ..... CorIRM...<...1I Prices licensed amateur ,
., I- C. Seeiek. To Raise r>(r
ML.. EUzatwtb .laruagr. l''' y'Ihitffid, 'or. the United State, 4oi

Mr. and Mrs. David. Durbin and I I Mrs. W. E. Daugh- _____ i
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier had children of Jacksonville were the \ Saturday for Ingle- ||, Prices!! continue to rise. During 01'11'bit'1: Of' l6'et 111 "

children of Pine Level auction were as their guests Tuesday and Wednesday guests of her mother Mrs. C. Fogg where they will visit ,i the first half of this year accordIng ': /uen.M'rtx Mill .S. I I. IQ\

the dinner guests ef Mr. A. J. Har- Mra. J G. Bouvier of Jean- Sunday.Miss ed, I I sister, Miss El-I 1 I to a Business Week survey. I t I Thou N'l"I I'. twrnw|IN FIFIAF'; ; eel. '1:3!, '

rinse and family Sunday. erette La., and her son-in-law and : Cleo McKenzie of Hart Haven ',, wholesale prices were nine per I Hrow hnlitn. .,' 't
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutche- spent several days last week [ chil cent higher than In 1936. Raw materials .nl** No. BOS 'I'ry,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. C Clvel I I Klckliter and I July, A n m..i II:,:

ann and children of Vanderbilt of New York City. Mr. CIvel is a with Miss Maxine Surrency. are visiting Mrs. l i, were up fourteen per cent. my fffu-e and hl un.
/ were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. A Graves of !! i cost eighteen I I for n tax deed| t'J
reporter on the New York Daily I I Mr. and :Mrs. |I I I Farm products per Said crrtlflrato ..; 'h '
I Felix Sapp Sunday. Richmond Va., arrived Monday for I Mrs. Kickliter la for- :cent I I more. Food Increased six per Ing d<>M>rll>.f| nrtu, '

? MillS Ella Mae Sapp has returned News. I a visit of several days with his pa. our town and is re ''cent; The general cost of living !j of wit:Bradford, nil,. h'anl,i
,'. and Mrs. Robert Kite are I ,
home after upending the past M | rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves. Miss Lucile Hall. j j was five per cent greater. I I Moiiili-half "r i
,1 t spending their vacation with 1\11'.1 I 1' NortliruNl. Qua null_ r
left :
two weeks.. at Jacksonville visiting Elizabeth Town Mrs. W, T. McEver Sunday of Olustee spent ;, One of the few manufactured ar- of Mouth-half ol, th.i"

relative Kite's parents In I i I for a visit' of several days withrelatl'es with his i ticks whose price had not been ], l.>r, "S.i'tlon aa T "Va ti
Term.J. I grandmoth'l I n"nlC".23 Ka +r
Mr. and Mr. Harvey Edwardsof in Dalton. Ga. Priest. [ generally advanced was the automobile. a
Canal Point are upending a few T. Mynihan of Jacksonville !I, Jimmie Reynolds of Orlando was in M. C. Sweeney and I Car makers always dread ]! Th ansessnen ld

here with friends and relative visited his brother-in-law and sister visiting the bedside of his mother Norma and Jo- I erlv sueti hider the .i, ,. I
days a price Increase because they wnH In the
Mr. und Mrs. J. Wallace for Mrs Etta Reynolds who is seriously I! EurkI'nlvon. ka;
II Mrs.
been visiting thick It will result in a large ]

tE. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy of several days during the past week. I ill. Mrs. Wm. C. ber of motorists driving num-I'deemed aooorrtlniiriy said frrti naI1M'

Mrs. J. B. Threadwell of Sta- Miss Alta Smith returned Sun- i II rtoHrrlliot 'the 'hpt'
Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Philadelphia, return cars a few months longer 'tll
to the hKhfi.t)
Felix Sapp Sunday afternoon. tham Ga., is the guest of her day after spending several weeks last Saturday. reduce sales. And the business Is house dour on th hldd< IliI .

Miss daughter Mrs. J. M. Bradley and with her Mra. O. O. Graves the month of firtot.,. 1lonli
Odessa McRae of Pine Level I sister. :May has been visiting. so highly competitive today especially r'I eh
the 4th / was the dinner guest of Misses I M. Bradley. I Iin Daytona Beach. James Gnann of in the $600-$1,000 price field, 19g ald this 241'1

Annie Mae and Leila Harnage Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Grtffis had The Union Meeting of the Baptist of that every maker Is loath to take i toIOFFlI'IL

as! their guests during the week. Churches of Bradford County tlP-\!.

Kirkland of Tampa the step and charge more for his A. J Tllo'I..rk ( .
Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jack. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naaworthy!! meets with the Graham Baptist I her father \ of .

} sonville was relative Hawthorne. Church and visiting cars.A limn ford .
visiting here Saturday Sunday.
I I : \ King has returned short! time ago however definite S.27..34..924 9
I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner left August 28 and 29. The public Is I'
signs appeared that the motor 1 spill: MI.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 8hw anJ .."l-y for a ......e..k.s'ac tlon with invited to attend and there are to :.i v tvII1.' "lint,
!! Sullivan visited'1'industry Is at last falling in line 111
children of the State Farm were I II lend;; In Griffin and Atlanta. Ga. 'be refreshments: on the grounds Notice \, h-,
I Sullivan of ;; with the general upward price and In Ri-cordiii: loll
visiting rebtivtM in this section', Mrs Ida 1 "i-iner Is visiting her sonIin both Saturday and Sunday. week. | trend Ford announced, price Increases final' Bet r***> ifrrnilereil "
Sunday iifto noon. I Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and ,l.v H, "'II
I Meh'ol'leluring'' their absence i I G. P. Wadsworth I| of from $13 to $35: on his f udir" ..f 'ihn t ci I ''
W. H i after spent Sunday at little daughter Shirley, of Daytona Ii
Mr. and Mm.\ D. C. Prince and line of curs. General Motors foil ford County Flot, "
Staike as the guest of Mr. and I Beach are visiting relatives forseveral | EI spending several that certain MIUCourt > ''e
laughter Miss Sadie Prince were : |lowed suit almost .
Mil .' t"C'u ter and Blue Ridge, Immediately, MhrtHn
'I I of Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Cobb ,, days j 1 Bator. tar l guests with increase $35 In
: I Mrs. Annie Ward Mr. and Mrs. I to their home this startingat ''orpo.'", lull, |b
.n Gainesville Friday. I the and Purden
I low-priced Chevrolet rang- I'r AI
Carl Jones
and children
f and Mr. I No. *
krek.Malaria JIO.! the
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Prince have and Mrs. J':. Strickland and children of Jacksonville was ing to $100 on the relatively high- Maxter bv said'
i priced Cadillac. A number of sell]! to\ the hlith.In
eturned home after spending sev-
6 6 6 spent Sunday with Mr. and :Miss Ada and John front .,f the
r 'I. BetCOLDS. >ral days in Sanford. I Mrs. Volley McKinney in Stal ke. L. Bedenbaugh and Chrysler cars likewise were given the Krndford f' > i ,

Mrs. Bass accompanied by her Clarence Melton entertained his higher price tags. It is believed hour StnrUc of Floild.t.'*>..I.>

i1f Luit'IO 'TtnLnr daughter Mrs. J. A. Lander and I| Sunday School class with a chicken .- that the entire industry will soon mil A. P 111.17.! :
first der fall la fine from .>'! preI.es, ..
F aALYFUsk DRIY1t' : It.........is. a. :her' grandson Joe Allen Lander, I| plleuu at the home of Miss: Evelyn necessity with County Florida.,

1 '"...,- left for her home in Avon Park : Birt Thursday night Out of town this policy though !some makers N-j ofKi.: .. r- ;

'Try "Mrh-Mf L/eleee.t-Tl.ee"_N'orld'. Beai14. Monday. |I I guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carden .. Correspondent may defer price boosts until the of :NK'4.' HU' I tlu"U, 1
1 a 1938 models come out fall. Even ***xr**|>l nn. "
I i'of Starke and, Woodrow Prescott Night" 51.4 of ,all i,. '
\ so it Is doubtful if the entire additional SVV W i.. of :
and Mott of 4.
I|! Ralph Brooker.
P, T. A. sponsored J-K'I
Si' of :
1 In
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mrs. John Crews of Lake Butler of its get-together expense manufacturing gel; Alxo SK'.,
has been operations experienced by motor Ainu l :N'K1- : u,, ,
: .., :tit Ma.it Vfar KvptrleiMe !Slakes It Possible for Me to Render visiting her mother Mrs. Friday night at the makers this Stv.' 33.111: : I
l b. Irving Murrhee for the past few Auditorium. A year-caused by higher 23 Kiifl: In ,
;>. EFKU.NT. PROMPT and WIRTCOUS SERVICE: material and labor prices-will Florida and (' i
J a MODEItATE PRICESI days.Mrs. was present to enjoy be to the Inure or I.*.... >
Clifford Rhoden and passed on public. Chancesare .
i daughter tenements. h ,
I by.lhose per- that around half of the Increasewill ... .. ...
" > \VITT c. JONES Lotene of Waldo were visiting appui '' t
program. ] or ,In nyH'a\\ \
be added
Starke Florida Mrs. R. M. to the selling price
Johnson Saturday. little T. KltANK: l.KVKIIIT
lights pulled a
I I I[ .:. I ev..nlng.1 lof the cars!! and the rest absorbedby l *- :tip".Ise| | |
off the ; '". "
II: CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYMargaret I and the companies which will then fur "
I I I straight show a smaller profit per unit and S29.319.3o'rle1
of I
.. celebrated her McKinney Graham I J with everY-I( will depend .on great sales.
August 16 > OF r"'II'10' |
f)1P'IAYI10" by having several of her playmatesin songs stories. Jokes <' Hlg'aor:' car prices are of Importance lisle ''rte III I Ili
to spend the afternoon as a sign of the timesin (Senate HIM Nil urn
Oil with her : harp and stunts I XOTK'IC" I." HKKI! HlEX
at the home of her parents, Mr. :, l were well given and the lat two yells, there have been A. I I.. Green, holilftlflcnli 1',
I end ilia.\. John McKinney. !: steady, continuous Increases in the No:: r,2: I I-
Candy and AuiriiKi.' A P f4: I.
/ New 1937 I The large birthday cake was the sold during the eve cost of piacticnlly:I everything with my offir, and h. q?
r. ,
) 'r tux ilfdSaid
center of attraction iced In white i $17 realized, for the i I the exception of the rates of certain rertlfrato', .r; lb I

SERVEL ELECTROLUX and bearing twelve pink candles. service industries. Big worry inir den* rlbMl t' "*1'

1 The Kerosene Refrigerator Those enjoying the party with A. 'is! alive and doing to businessmen ia: whether the pub. I of trait Two ford of Slut' ll! I Ila't

m-"g.1ret were: Angus Davis Miss school. i{I lie will accept higher prices withequanimity In Ward ('11)' 1
Play ground I
FOR HOMES BEYOND THE Huby Shaw Henry, Shaw Madge' l been purchased 1.j I -- In a few lines such ship| HHHnintrtj 7 South.', n"ho r d

Johnson 1 I as meats I uiiil. *,r th > -,
Dorothy Reynolds. Car. higher prices have resulted < n'
GAS MAINS AND POWER ONES.. made on the stage NltfdHrt I nil.*> '.
(4 'e ney Stiickland Louie Strickland, I a strip of linoleum | In decreased I sales. However t'nlenn sold ....
Lou Etta Davis Gertrude Davis, !I the cuitain. most businesses have no choice in deemed 1 Borordinirrtv It
new 1 j deneeIhed lit I.
LViney Davis Joyce Davis Vacial !, \ : promises another i; the matter operating e' (pen sea! I to the highest h.d<

SISTRUNK'SRruJfonl Lnvli, Leonard McKinney, HoraceAicK.nney. !I[, have risen so materially that it Is hon'.** door on th, II
bringing a big | the month. of Ortntilh +I
County I>valrr-:.Starke. Flo. e ttrpr.d a.i w ....,. ; ottis McKinney J. D. ;: : ).. i'1 necessary to conistently raise I .' 4th. Ally of (I.*.

: e __LI .. A.'cKItmey.Tl\; I I prices to avoid losses. I'llted thin Htl A
(itr,,l ..gil lutttj.... tlI ..- less--d j of the P. T. A.j I !'
.. .. +
e -, : first Monday in Other business news of :Interest: SH\t.l:
NKIIK. .... e Ft..d..d.117 ......... .e criminal. population of the [' CONSTRUCTION. : A..1 TII'J.V( '
i .
school. Come to long an- ,
/ I Stra-t ur K I1.. e N*> seer. .. .1........., I'nlteJ Mates: is estimated at 5,. '' I | tic'pated' "boom" in home building I f'lelk ll.n.JfunlSO5t.9IT. of, 1

f"-.. -FIu.. .._ flee Y -7 M wtl Crio.000 by August Vol.mer. noted a !seems to he underway.\ ResMentM -

----- - - crime euthoiltyHIGHLIGHTS [ P. A. Crosby spent i construction during the first half: j \nru F: or SI'i'I Il i iKOH Illlr

,; week In Yukon with of the year for forty-two per cent i I IIIMeant.

.' I I i ahead of the slime period last year. NliTC'K 4 IS I ;,IW ItUI 0 |

-FLOR I'.JA.' 6Y /rNtYRm f i4/9 i4N'75. ,i W. D. Webb and 'I II The steady upsurge in rentals, pius: II Kridv.: I
| rnt No. 124.
". .... J...",. ,. *
I | last week at Jack !i i deficiency of houses for rent In .IlllV. A. fl ,"
J. cities is mv office and' dfor
many an important factor.
....-. V : a tax dei'dMaid II'
waif -' i 4i'I
RAILROADS Will probably begin eer,rliriraiInir ( < 'I
'i '',, O. J. Strayhorn i iI i dem'rihed
1 'I| of Wildwood spent \, buying new equipment on a ty of ..'". ..... 1'
"" : big scale Traffic
soon. has increus- wit:
as of her ,
\ I < guests pa- : SoulhmK. q, t6'
4tw4'EifZ. t t'J'1 tI I Mrs.\ E. 1>1. Hazen. I I j ed so rapidly that a number of lines Quarter of TI
> with Mrs. Stray-j fear that their facilities will |Ie'' null T .. !
I ;, I inadequate for fall fonlalnlliM',
1: !' I I. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. I and winter .I
freight. j TMP aHei meerty
4 Uy JlO.eeSn'GLF : I I under the ",
L. W. Sowell of Mi- I RETAILINGA: big fall season Is filled was In th1LrnlMM r
/ 1:1.
OJfA'NTF2GSTTNG I I : visiting here Sunday I anticipated perhaps the beat! since ,aj'i'ordins Mild 'ejdeemed : Ili'

? Miss Mary Mott. 1910. Department stores in most *rtv dew-rllied th '

I I G. W. Hazen and sections are stocking heavily.. to hunt the door lilitheiM on th b.> < .Mnn'l

L. O. Hazen and POWER AND LIGHT: Electlic the mon til, of "ii'tithe 5.1'! t'
i 4th rt.iv of to> I'J!
: Lou spent last output recently hit an all-time high I Paled this I 1111'

Lake. peak. Result la that major public 1917.
I uA, I : service companies are steadily in- I. A ., TII"V t
: I w
Babyyiesi reaslng generating capacity In Clfl-k ,of .' t,
) 1 i : was sorry to line with their policy of always be- /

ser of the six months ing ahead of demand. Fall and
l winter I ll'r1i, It < rll KHI
power use will undoubtedly o'riri': OF
and Mrl!!. O. R. Wa VOlt '1' \ III
pet more records. LilK
last Tuesday. Mill' mil
: ,
gl 't o.flT..I. "" ; J
: : Is IIIL':
I the grandchild of : Continue to rise alow M- "f
i. W. H Kd: \\artl 4.'Certificate tllI"11"
I"r ( William Malphurs of ly. Employment during the sum- I Inel' : No. Ti I
l I when i! any of ALiitit.' A
adjustment is i, .
ti k'
M 1 i Ma me In lnof .
.t I were held at nice was at a good level. There .. plication for; a \lav .N''
: I I I'thereon Said' ieI 'i.
Thursday after- hive been fewer labor troubles I the followliiK dew) ,

/ SOUTH .: ,!I '. G. E. McGauley In lately and It would seem that the the County of II el I
I Florld.i. to-wlt ,
: unions are slowing down '. II
,., F.Lat'/QA LANAAtgCCt ; on direct Moinhia' l <.I"'''''
I -. action tactics In order not to alienate Quarter of Seed ''I"
I Sun 111. ItaliBe
4tr: I SCHEDULE public sympathy. In spite of In! 40 Ai-ri'H, nun' Kid. ,) I

't changes April 29th ,, the progress of reemployment government The awHHfnienlerlv '
1 trfl nniil' the .nklii.nl,
f run as follows. relief rolls are still almost kned wat In; the .. \
W6A.1l. ADENrO.v :! : News nrt'oidnurertv ;,
{ '
Starke 11:31 P.M. deNrllted th
: I Ie
.. 1i I --- -. .- : to the hlnlukl >*,lnhoitHe < ;
he. Staike 4'57 P.M. door on th '
Vinnie '
Starke 9:16: A.M. Ream young Washington the' unit ll of I li'ti "
I sculptor was the the 4th I" .;
first \
: : Starke 10:39: : P.M woman to hutted :r.It .10th'
: I receive a Federal commission.. !1'I17I4IFFICIAI.

i.; 1r II She executed the statue Si I: II.' '
' of Starke of Lincoln
y''r ,< 5,00 A.M. A. 1. THOAI "
I .. Starke 11:24: AOt 'n the rotunda of the capitol under clerk; '; of y '"
is he., this commission. !' llrndford '
,, .le I Starke 5:00: P.M. 1.1:1et9.10o'r1'R:

t. Wannee Branch '01''''.: OF tPIM.lTI- :"\ i I \ OF PIMI ail

Starke 7:00: A. *i. loft TAX nKtOII: : "'Olt T\\ titleseslile .
; IKfttmlr"' Hill' >.. two Kill/ ,". |IM1I/!
-, Starke 1:30: P. M. :NOTlri. .: I lit, :I ?
HICKKfir: alt .:X. That XOT... .: !" IIKIH'.f1: 'I1T
'/ Sunday tj. f'. CliMtumM_ and ltty <'lnmilH. l.lzxlo I"'k" ""..r. In
.: f I T. J. GRJFFCf. hold -r' of j.n3 of Tax IVrtlflrut' Ii(kale No. IJ4-I.:! l I- ?
No.: 149, l '
the RI h., day of AUK- ..rAn..u.\ PI' .
I.) I .. ash. A l I' I1"-'I. hue riled xani. In niv In my offlco and h
: IF' .:...:( .0" r"rfl<>0 and ha. made. ufipllcutlnn fur lion fur III... nVtheleon ,r
i Inhr1riun. mayor nf a tux Bred 'n..lit* lMu.*rl fhleon., '' Salil rethe
: virtue nf the author Suit! certlfIrilt* ..ml.>rnren the follow- followltnf ,I.
( ',. tty law tJn hereby I Inir iltMfrfhfil ;' II
.J '>1'111.1)| f In the Conn* the Citunty of

_. .. --. ........... --W; --. e1 "sa. fM" | )I ...tn.,b.," "held town ut I the liy 4 lly thee' 'rt ty.II'I of llruilfunl' Slate of Florida to Florida, ,at towltram. SVVSandxlx "

on TOrnddv .p. !. 111 WomtlHWtl tVrtkiM ,St' r2na
for the purpose i.f III) Tovtnxhht fIhfiue
South.I [tang* 22 ft. N 2' -
TIle length of WORKER BEE'S life Is : officer: FL.t: : ,d'
a mea.ied anxious days following the great STitinole war, fonralnlnff 20 atI'.n, rnotf f K: on I
I lees.
or .
: I ... SfitlunH
by wear anti. tear rather than by the num- when the settlers were in constant fear of frc..liIndian I ; .n. I Tli** M-MMtii4. >fit. of the paid I.rnp..r- !h.nth f nn." ATits
ring of its day So delicate i Tax n...... I ty' ands, tit.** nM r..rllr..I.* I Issued usare.IIIPl1'e'
construction la 1
.. outbreaks. While not built for the pur- : : I l ..ftor. ,L/HH. hi t 11 h" mime nf lioafrlff \1. (111 ./ v under th

) wonderful !framework that after six or seven pose of a stockade, Braden Castle was designed to I rl I I,,Tt. i.ed wan In th
raid election: V A. I'ntHHH .
Z said
x' .tekrt of strenuous toil, the little creature' labor withstand Indian attacks and was loop-holed to I I <> I w.om. A.V*. j\ndr- 1..1' | iiciM'ntlnir rllfk-atf tri law shill th" I 10.pr.p.* re.| llile t nle' ..n said. rrdeemed

'i[ ended by a natural death. Favorable climatic admit rifle defense. Here it was that the citizens I wiiereof. I hwretinto !the rtv 1M hitthwHt Mltiil lilrlrler thrtii will the It* Hold to aernrdu'g".
Mt demTllied
editions. In Florida permit the worker bee to sushi gathered for protection when the occasion de ,, name and rauna the h otifcr. done on t he flrnt Mntlfl.IV oflirt In erty the h'irhe l.lilil" *
I .
I a strong colony during the winter months, a manded. The old building remained in fairly good I town 1311) day tt h t>f hereunto Augunt I h h" month 4th i. iv of of Oftolior".'Inh.....1917.1"7.Khlili I. the.lunii.0 monih dnir of on H'M'

t at quite impossible In colder climate condition until 1003, at which time it was bmll> I .H.) I I l!):rotted ITliKKU't. this :!.".rd., day of '\"If"ol. ., In the 6th.till"d'tvhilted *'h .1. '

The crumbling wall of old BRADEN CASTLE damaged by flre. -.-_ I I.andrum, 5tayor./ ( U. PKXI.t .fI..II.I .. .:'iti11

ar liradenton,. represent grim reminder of those It I .\. J. T"" IA". .. J '
clerk of 'VI'
t i of I'lruult 1 (Court nC clerk
1.:1.it.:11 firtxlfurd: County. FI..h.. I s-sot-9.3: llridforuPAGE

'''' ,,,,,,..... 7'" ,.

,tl'GCNT 27, .tS1 _. __ STARK: : 11XRID.. %I.E rtlUEK
I -

For Social cation that has been filed. It is hoped t. "ll.KItM: : ItOTAKY ""I.S.I'C'R 1'Ot'RSl7.F" I MISSION.! HALL sweetly sang a couple of numbers 1,1,)
employees without
StressedBy account Adolf Hitler, having brought If single men thirty years old 1 GROW FLOWERS TO as special.

ecurity numbers take and their of employers will education, religion the Versailles or less of sound mind and body, USE IN BOUQUETS I In Exodus 32 chapter; the follow A delightful hour Is expectednext
advantage these facilitiesnow.
Authorities treaty, the Olympic games and cannot themselves In week
support days ing passage Is found: "There Is a when the young people r. ,
mass thinking under his thumb like these It Is worth an effort to of Pine Grove Baptist Church,
i security Board Is urg. Employers who do not know the seems to have been crying, like find out why. They Will Thrive With Little noise of war" and the leader using Gainesville with their musical pastor ".
'(.IM account numbers of persons who Alexander, for new worlds to conquer thin as his subject gave one of the and his talented l .
r worker In Industry oral So the city commission, burdened Care in Row Alongside wife will have ')'
PtV who; hall not yet applied for have left their employ since Janu- At any rate, we learn that I with Its relief obligations, decides best Bible lessons beard at the the service If you want an unusual
ary 1 should seek by he has his on Rotary with the Vegetables. War while not
|, security account to applye every pnsHlble eye that these men will be refused Upper Room. a treat be present
foi a number. means to secure a record of thesenumb..rs purpose to bring this civic organi- further public help unless Individually I l popular subject, Is yet an ominous .- ---

U e worker In covered employ from their former work- zation with world-wide ramifications they can prove they require one at the present time and it Washington's death Is ascribedto ,
L should have an account ers. An employee who has left the and strong Influence for decency Is well to consider the Bible aspect exposure during a horseback '
t.r whether he Is the only em- service of an employer and failedto and peace into line with Nazi' it. This Is part of the city'sefforts I of same ride In a storm.Sometimes .
telief load
to lighten a
report his account number Ideology.Dr. I .
L of hundreds workl'r .
H I one which
Or continues Inordinately heavyIn
Work- should advise his former employerof Charles Edward Diehl '' 0,000(
single' employer. president persons a day
a of Industrial
spite returning ac- chap-ter
Lurnnll establishments such asL his number so that It will appearon of Southwestern college, tivity."It I I I visit the bureau of engraving, ,

shops, bootblack: parlors the report of his wages which Memphis Just buck from a European ti 'r where money la made, In Washing!'
and stores of all kinds as the employer must file. This will trip which Included attendance i will be necessary for you to f be: wars." and so they continue on.

,4 employees of doctors, den- help to Insure the crediting of the at Rolary's International convention manage for )'oursplf.the city tells However In Exodus: thirtysecondchapter '

J|as lawyers, and other profes- employee's wages to his account at Nice, forecasts that Hitler these younger men now living lit It In related where was RANGE CATTLE :,

I, people' and of all soils ofle If the employer cannot obtain will "I 'unch an onslaught" on public expense. If they have an i X'V not th.nollll" of war that provoked
T'f uS
establishments are Includ- the number of a former employee, Rotary in Germany, "because of its ounce' of pride or selfsufficiencyleft Jlospn'\ anger to the breaking of i
he la required to fill In a Form avowed belief that world pence Is they will accept their severance ,' rltatr the table of nlonennf the Ten CoinnvindmentH DAIRY COWS

ugh 'u Ublishments have only SS-5!' for the employee giving as a goal worthy of being striven from the relief roll and dig'In but the Hound l of song

that employee should much of the required Information for. He Is quoted as saying' that somewhere somehow to suppott I'i and 1 dance and the sight of Un nakedness MULES
iiployee themselves. The city's challenge -| t (r. f + + E'
wdlll! 1 security account BS he has available. The employer German delegates to the Nice convention : '' of those within the camp.Therefore .
a '
strikes at the too- .
,er, and his employer must as- will then be advised of the number were given understand. i, directly the rail for Ht-piii lit ion HORSES
[ some af: responsibility for assigned to the employee upon their return home that Hitler prevalent philosophy! that the govpiiiment : "d61M h @ 1q Il M cnme and l still rings out ((2nd. Cur PONIES

Jetting it, If an employee does Until June 30, the employer frowned I upon their activities owes every person a liv-i ti:17l: for those who arc. on IllS
ing, and that only the foolish j
lure un account number, it should file this form with the local and regarded them at incompatiblewith ; side to come apart.
/ us work to support our t Bought And Sold
to detesmlne i office and after that date with "German national arms" among ,
be ,difficult the post selves. II was .pointed out that the t true 1
in, ,t benefits to which he I the nearest field office of the So' There Is no reason to be surplis- knowledge of the Ruble touching on I
I be ant itled.Vplayerswill. daS"cuI'Uy\ Board :, ed 1 at this. It Is thoroughly characteristic The emergency of depression is 1 Klowers and Vegetable' .ogrthrr./ (this suhj..et If put into )practice Carlton 1

make periodic ic- _- --.- -- .- -_._ __- of the Nazi dictator's warped over. Except far, strikes factorieswould 't Flowers in the home, on the din |Iby the people of any nation can Livestock

[ to the Bureau of Internal DITCH CON:-Il'IU'C.'TJUS cerebration. And on the whole, be running at record pro ing room table, in the living room' nod will save thHt nation from war. I'
lino ol the wages paid to each I It may be a welcome revelation en- duction. Even with strikes the out- I I on the veranda are now ar important 2nd. Cor 6:17Appierlation: Exchange t.iorUun ,
employees. Employee ac- TO KKT.\UI MOVKMKNTOK : pecliilly to the Germans affected: put figures are impressive. The ] part of home life. The great I ,KM1NV11.I.K: !
cir of the woik of
wealth of this material from i
UKKMI.: : (dIN ON ,
for In the harvest I
as Indicating to what lengths the cry more help >
. numbers must be placed on the annuals.! Many o' them, while those who faithfully/ carried on,
I I I so First Monday: Kat-b 'i
able-bod- I
fields Is t
seasonal ]
who an I
man holds\ himself above all
returns and a record of the I useful for providing out Cowers, are In IllS namrwhile I the Sponsomwere :Month. "rhl.\4. Sates. K HayGring JI
I GAINESVILLEConstruction of rules to reduce the led! man of thirty or less, with no j \f'ry
Is each employee will be may go race mil particularly valuable as
paid on vacation was expressed.There In what >ou haH to offer I ILake
Jby the Social Security Board ditches to retard migration of the over which he holds away to a degree one but himself to feed. and. clothe |I tive garden subjects In beds decol.a-1 I were several! visitors from i'lty R," .V F.dJtt'ood Ave I' ,
Le when determining the ben- white-fringed beetle is still under of servility rather than the and shelter, cannot "manage for ders or their bluommt f I
week nod) the Hone
In the Infested tlons of himself" the for his failure such short duration that the: uway !.
|due him or his estate way pot slavery of old Egypt under the reasons .- -_. _--- --- --- .. -
Florida and to record. good material for a long sensor I, --
conking to a United States Alabama according Pharonha." should be spread on the planting. ,! r +

Bury decision every employer Di. Wilmon Newell, state plant It Is through such knowledge America was built l)"y men and Americans have tk..n'ery, kindIv .

fa or more> persons not ex- commissioner.More that the masses of Germany may : women who managed for them- to the European idea of the cut
led under Title VIII of the So- than twenty-nine miles of be led to throw off the Hitler yoke selves. If it Is to continue the ting garden nnd the.o'-' continentalIdea 1 I ,

Art, must file an ap- outside barrier ditches have been and return to national sanity kind of country we all take pride of interspersing flowers and I''
jocuiity vegetables! in the garden/ Growing / 1 V ;D J ( );
Inon for ii n account number dug In Walton and Okaloosa Coun- Sarasota Herald. In. the Job must be dune by those
annuals I for rutting in rows In a
(,ch if, his employees who does ties. In addition to these, approximately 4. -. --- who go under their own (power, rpI't I'' vegetable garden with the same i
aa, number by June 30, In fifty miles of ditches have Skeletons of more than two dozen sisting the current sophistry ture as the vegetables Is a CUI-I It
o make the report required been dug around Infested, fields. deer have been found in a natural government owes us the kind of I practiced' plan giving better results

| Urn I ,ilate. A new Infested area has! been trap, a deep rocky pit, innorthcin living each of us chooses to de flan than the llouo. garden bed
.' POt Office Department, found near Glendale In Walton California. mand.! which will not receive ..good culllvntion I- THIS NIW SAV-A-ITIP IS A WONDERFUl
as the vegetables:
nor! peen handling the task County, and is now included in the Relief cases in Cleveland in July IDIA. IT GIVES MOSS GET-AT-ABIC HONT.
Alternating rows of vegetables
(--.ignlng( account numbers In quarantined I area Dr. Newell said. felted section of Alabama. .numbered 21.OOO. It represents a end Howe-, is the ro.nmonest, prac SNIT SPACE THAN OTHER RerRIOCRATORS 1 1A

11mc lute future will be in a Fourteen miles of barrier ditches State and federal inspectors are j[crll..hinganti in pint unnecessary, tire Another i is to have' an occasional WHOLE sill LAROfR.
i n ssign an account num- and about thirty miles of field continuing their inspections to delimit !I j burden on those who work. \Ve: row of, annuals or to reserve

omptly after an appll- ditches have been dug in the In- the Infested area. |I commend I the purpose of ,compcll- I space at one side ft the garden for
_- them.
All of the! common anmi.ils maybe
I grown this wjy. The principal
precaution to be taken is to thin
Lhem. Usually they are sown directly -
in the rows whore they are
to grow and the sorts that make
heavy growth such as zinnias Afri-
can marigold! and cosmos shouldbe 4
thinned to 3 fee apart.
The failure of the cutting, garden H-
: $
a Is usually attributable to the fact .rjjI
that the need win sown and the : -
plants left to struggle us leaf lettuce .
foil radishes. so often are, only
n survival of the (fittest being: of any
value. This is! a waste of material.
nnd the: results are not adequate to ,
CAN YOU the space occupied. It Is 'r..y to /get
good plants> 110,111 good cr of flowers jI
vegetables by thinning and it
is certain that best results will not -
be attained/ unless! they are thinned. '

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Read how brand new idea save
Five Foot Square Will Pro-

duce Many Fine Edible. money when you buy your

Lack of available space tummies' refrigerator- end saves work .
many families to forego the fleas-I:

ureS and benefits of a home j and when you use ItA i ti
which money
table garden, but the family !
has even a small amount of back-1 i '
yard space can and should utih/ej I !
it. no matter how email it is. ; MUCH get-at-able space as other nfrigcr- :
Any pace from a 5 foot juare/ i
up may be profitably tilled Into slogs costing $25 tb J5O more! No wonder : 4'

__With general business peeking out from around Thought some kind nd of planning a vegetable must patch., of I I I women say "The handiest thing ever built into a k r ,;

attitude take course, go into .uch a tiny undertaking <: refrigerator" when they see SAV-A-STEP! It holds ,
the corners in an optimistic why a but with cartful consideration ,
of the most suitable to'i most-used foods where they're easiest to \ ,
chance with fly-by-night schemes t>t selling merchandise your 'j\

when a medium of proved merit i is at amount succession of fresh a surprisingly succulent produce large!'I I reach, swings out of the way to make front space t !

may be grown for the table. of rear shelf room, takes everything for a whole of ''I .
your command? This problem of succession, which I \ "
means to follow one crop by another> meal to your kitchen table at one trip, and saves : '

The Telegraph we are glad to say, enters the I current wasted by repeated opening of the door. : ,
homes that furnish the bulk of the buying powerin '
1 Just that one great invention would make Stewart.
this territory. No medium of any other kind ., ern ;:
i '. !, l.l fffi' Warner the hit of the year In refrigeration. Yet h
t'arrit'sith it the prestige, the influence and the "" o\ I
-. 1j Stewart-Warner includes a dozen surprise hits in
I 1
confidence which. your message; must t convey, than :: :: the list of 40 features in this beautiful new refrig

in the columns of the Tele- ......-' : "" -' SLID-A.
your message .__"' -':" '''' erator-features like TILT-A.SHELF, ;
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graph. It's appearance rt'ftularlcarr'lnJr a message ....r-;0.' L.. ,."" .Co.."10----"'.'".. (.".....,,. TRAY, and others that let you really arrange things p

to your prospective buyers will be- read by ," t.. -.a L '. .... ...., -;.-_ ..- inside the refrigerator to suit your own ideas, and
many Time-tried and tested in the acid bath of ; eI-... J :;-::.. do your work faster and easier than ever before }
.. ,,
results there is no other medium by which one I And just think! You can enjoy all these wonderful '

as cheaply, as effectively, Small Kltdirn\ Garil'n fln i'p !! 9
can present messages the easiest this
: Only a C'orper of Your I'.auk Lot. i, conveniences now on

and with as much certainty of results! as when store has ever offered! They're yours for only a "
lii order to get twr or evtn thrte
presented in the Telegraph. products; from the fame puce of modest monthly ;
ground) is a 'iscln itirig one. For -- r
Don't waste precious time and spend money experimenting Instance one row may bt> planted payment spread out
with radishes, early in tie reason,
when this service 1at your com- and when they have been. hl:"lst'd l, to suit your convenience.
beans may be planted.> Also a companion See the Stewart* SMALL
mand. planting tidy jai in the I
same row with carrots the former t Warner here-get all
coming up and used before the car-
rets are ready for the tatle. Mix a the details on our new
packet of early radishes with a late paymentplaa-todayl I DOWN E t

... variety, and have two crop. in the .-a 1
same row.
A. an alternative an early crop of
spring vegetables n.ay b grown PAYMENT I
and used leaving the ground available I _
for annual f!owers. Radishes
leaf lettuce, young onion. and a
t -- -.. -
Bradford County Telegraph row or two of ttnt (spinach ort ........
mustard: are good suggestion I)
They will be ready for the table 1 S
quickly, and leave the ground in |
fine condition, for flowering plant )

or bulbs.J brood i HART FURNITURE CO. 1
Insects have of various I '

IUt'8. It may 1t': red, green, vl.let.

or colorless. t STARK. FlA.is J

1 ng& those who can manage for
themselves to d' re On..ad. i

Plain Dealer. ,

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FRIO.'\', %
' BIt.\ FOR.D COI: fl TELEGRAPH STABKE; FLORIDA --.- l t sr Y1 tall
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'" ,t 1 Sub-Deb ClubEntertained Three Hostesses Honor ,

I' : .I Tuesday I :Miss Kitchen: Adkins Shower At ; FAVORITE' "oVVHAT iS x .i,

ocietyjj members cf the Starke I
'f I' Sub-Dtb Several Club were entertained Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. D. A RECIPES v.Y v

: o'clockby Monteith, and Mrs. W P. Randall I .
Tuesday afternoon II t 3:30: ---- --
were joint hostesses at Magnolia
ill the homeof
Miss LIII lan Stump .
Lodge on KIngsley Lake Wednesday Kanunik Cake WITHOUT AEN
her parents on Walnut.Stl'eet.The Mrs. Nelson -
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at a Everybody knows
Mrs. :McLendon Entertains Plans for Guy-Adkins living room where the lovely red and whit kitchen shower Green Is noted for the birthdayand

, Complimentary to Wedding AnnouncedThe guests assembled was decorated ,_ given In honor'of MiHS Hazel wedding cakes that she decorates -: ?

,1 marriage of Miss Hazel Ad- with zinias and after various Adkins, But we've found that she

:Miss AdkinsMiss kina and James Frederick Guy will games the guests were served Iced The, spaclo.us! porch where the not only makes them pretty but

Hazel Adkins. popular take place Thursday September 2, tea and sandwiches. guests assembled, was effectively also makes them very very good.

r bli
Mrs. 11. B. McLewlon who entertained the :Methodist: C.l.rch. The wedding Bishop, :Miriam: Guy, Edna Pearce leaves!!!, will agree with us.

at bride Friday afternoon plans ares follows. and Virginia, Howland of Orlando. received use- 1 cup sugar From Sun, Wind and Washing" kai
Adkins many
at her KIngsley Lake cottage. Miss Lois Adkins sister of the Miss Evelyn Stump assisted in ser- ful Miss gifts in red and white for her 1.2 cup butter or other shortening I

Quantities of greenery and vivid bride will be maid of honor ving.
kitchen, which were displayed
colored zinnias formed the rustic Miss Virginia Johns, cousin of of the hostesses 1 cup sour cream or milk ,through a sieve; for the .,? ,laser
where the bride of Allendale, S. C., Miss I the porch. The gift 2 It the soil Is wavy lighten
wide :
decoration on the porch eggs LATH SCRIEN FOR OLD WINDOW' i i t,
' tables were placed. Abble I Harley of Gainesville Weiner Roast! Given was a candy thermometer 2 flour PROTECTION FROM SGRffNTDeREAa working in torpedo or ilvoi
three bridge cups FORCS A* 11 ADD tang
After several progressions of Miss Miriam Guy, sister of thebridt'groom. For Visitors Mrs. N Sternberg won the prize 1 level teaspoon soda ( HOT SUN ( AIM Heavy soil that crusts .asilv II
Mrs. R. for the kitchen contest and received poor medium for seed ,c,
found that Mis. K. G. of Hampton; 2 large or 3 small bananas should be i
bridge It was Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs Dr. and :Mrs. H. McLendon a potato slicer. Cream butter and Add \ easily penetrate bv ti
and she G. Caldwell. sugar. tiny root striking downw
Duncan had mnde high I
with handpaintedflower W. E. Wilcox cousin of the bride and Mr and Mrs. E. L. :Matthews: Mrs. L. G. Powell in her charm- I bananas which have been mashed tiny leaves pushing 111)d and it,J
I was presented a at the to it,j
container Miss Lois Ad- Fort Lauderdale; Miss Annie Mae were hosts Tuesday night Ing manner read four poems appropriate : eggs; sour cream; and.l flour light and air

kina made low and was given a Pearce, Statke will be bride's home of the former at KIngsleyLake to a bride and her kitchen. and soda sifted together. It Is not necessary tc "if Brett

deck of cards.Mrs. maids. when they entertained with : Bake In layers. Put togetherwith seedbed. Fel.tl.J.ly'sIn equinJThtJ
John A. Guy brothel' of the a weiner roast in honor of Miss Tile jed and white color scheme whipped cream icing made gcrmm
to the pomes in the later
McLendon presented I .. stag >
'w honor guest. Miss Adkini.! a !piece'! bridegroom, Warrer.ton, Va. will Carolyn Rollins of Jacksonville> was repented In the delicious Ice 1 with one-half pint of cream whipped t ily Bond ,soil! will do perf rdiiurl'ell
be hest man. Holland of Orlando I served until thick. Add powdered au
of chino Miss Virginia course that the hostesses If the sceufc: : U ,neic
of her selected pulUiu a CXj
liAln McElroy cousin ot the and Frederick :Bishop of Hollis their guests. Igor I until stiff. Slice bananas and posed to 'he ful1' veer, nil

k. The hostess, assisted by her bride..-on, of Atlanta Ga.. Owen Long Island. Those present with the honoree', put between Itiyers. Cover with sun it is an easy itti. coal ei
mother, Mm. E. S. Matthews, served Emory .l temporary fence or 'ere
W. Griffir. St. Augustine: with whipped cream icing. \ brer
the party Mrs. A. Z
Those enjoying and the hostesses were;
a tempting chicken salad course :Monllcello: Henry Guy, I the force of the wino ,me also ']
Guy, ; -- -- e
: Misses Katie Mis. Brown Mrs. RAISE SEED
the honorees were Adkma, Marcus easy matter to Imp ,
with iced tea. Gaint'BvUleV.. E. Wilcox Foil : I DED r00. u
; and Virginia Fugate Dot Bishop, K. G. Duncan. Mrs H. B. McLen-1: Birthday Celebration D0.AINAGESelcct screen to set over it "ak
Besides the hostess and honor Lauderdale; A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Miriam Guy, Mantle Hemingway, don, Mrs. N. Steinberg, Mrs. L. A.I'I I For S. J. Norman full force 01 the sun if ), u

:guest, there were present: Mrs A starke, will be ushers and Ollie Dell, Al Kay Cat lisle, A. Davis :Mrs.V.: E. Torode Mrs. D. I ,* Sheltered Position for the pen along. To break r )rce sal,
Z. Ac'klns!' Miss Lois Adkins, Mrs. ,i Pianist: :Mrs: K. G. Duncan. I Z. Adkins Jr., N T. Ritch. L. M. P. Carpenter, Mrs J. M. Brownlce I Mr. S. J. Norman celebrated his :Seedbed If Possible. driving rains which
N Ptcrnberg Mis. K. G. Duncan Vocalists: :Mrs.: J. L. Briggs and I : eighty-second birthday Sunday seeds out of the row. ID' scan,
Mrs. L. G. Mrs. E. L. Mat-
Walter Fairish, Billy Powell Powell
Guinea, Is excellent.
Mrs. T. T. Long Misses Evelyn andK" Mrs. W. L Edwards aunts of the ; August 22 at home with his eleven Preparing a seedbed properly is Burlap n. be
W of Orlando, thews. :Miss: Lois Adkins Miss Mar-
Howland the
over bed until the
Phillip a big step towards a successful gar- i i Js siaiil
Ethel -M.:
Jacksonville Mrs children
:Marjorie: Stump, Mrs. U. F. Dem- bride : Bill Chalker of Gulfport. :Mis': and jorie Stump, and Miss Lucile Mit present. den. It tells the tory of ow much germinating to serve the me pjr|
M orl'st.Irs.: Ethel M. Mrs. D. Biggs Starke. At the noon hour a bountiful
Biggs and also
J Mrs Kate Howland.Mrs chell. return in the way of plants you are pose to prevrn no rp, 4
i 'A. Monteith, and Mrs. E, L. Mat Ministers: The Rev. W. A. Fischer Out-of-town guests were: :Mrs: J. dinner was spread under the large likely to get from a packet of seeds evaporation of the men! re

I thews. Tea gut'st1I: : s Miriam\ assisted.l by the Rev. J. T. Guyof E. S. :Matthews: assisted the T. Guy, Miss Miriam Guy of Hampton oak trees on the lawn. I and eliminates much waste. With the seedbed cm.''ndly rrc
hosts In caring for the guests. Select a position sheltered from pared make it a point
I Hampton. a5 to
Guy. w
; ; Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Miss Mar- Those enjoying the day with him
the full force of wind and sun if pos the seed so thickly thni ne plan\ !
garet Adkins of Gainesville\ ; Mrs. were: F. T. Norman of Lakeland\, sible. Bear in mind that directly will come up in bunches Si .thud

Emma Carlton Mrs. L L. Roaneof Mrs. W, E. Lewis and son, Corne- under the branches of trees is nota and in the case of seed! ,< One tht .

Jacksonville; and Mrs. H. !Morgan \ lius of Plant City, Misses Peculia, good location for the drip from it is difficult to handle t ix ss.
GROUND DILVCOFFEE Richarde of the State Farm. Eula and Ella Norman Mr and the branches during rainstorms is twice or three times Its bi.< t nit'
FLOUR 77c ........ likely to wash seeds out of the sand to make thin so> K use
: > Mis. Sam Whitehead and family ground. Spade the soil tloroughly. Space the big seed" 'j)
Lb. 12/ c Starke Woodmen Circle I Mrs. J. C. Yarbrough son, Lowell It is an excellent plan if the soil plants will not touch ,,n, ; thf
a.l.Ls. Has Interesting MeetingThe Mr. and !Mra\ Lonzie Norman breaks up with difficulty to run It germinate

t. Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe and
Stai ke Grove No. 278 of the
son. Samuel 1>11". and Mrs. S. p The Italian government has assumed Germany is the leading turpbr

Ktff.h :Mullet ()t. Jar Relish or SUADDRESSING Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle 'Yarbrough and family, Herbert control over all of the principal of merchandise to SovuRJ; .
j'l held an interesting meeting Tuesday -
Norman, Mr\ and Mrs. Frank Webb ship-building yards and com- with exports in the IBM t vest vain I
i with Mrs. Viola Fussell
CASH & 20c and daughter, Mae Dell, of Haw- panies in that country and consoli- ed at $61,602.000. Thi I'nlte'
FLAY presiding, assisted!! by the officers .
FISH lb. 8c STARKE of the circle. thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter dated them !in the hands of a governmental I States ranks record with x tr.

and daughter Louise, Mrs. Effie institute. valued at 41000000.
For this lovely occasion the hos
Johns. Miss Jane Webb of Charlotte -
teases and the committee on arrangement -
N. C., Mrs. Carrie Smith of r
THIRD ANNIVERSARY SALE decorated the hall C.\FS CLEANED UP Send I'a Your Kodak ribni
Ocala, Mrs. :Mary Whitehead, Mrs. I
where the meeting was held to .' for One .
Maggie Browning of Raiford !Mr.\ Do You Want Your r'u..hf'd UevelopnsesL day vnIff
represent a flower garden in midsummer and first rl.u K work -
and Mrs. J. H. Parish of Lake Butler \\ or Polished? II'ou 1 giurinte
I We wish to thank the people of Bradford and surrounding coun- using a vaiiety of beautiful \ Uo Please SwKTHIK l. \\'.. make enlargement! up 1
Mfr and Mrs. Strick
Raymond to lSr2tinches! : ., she usatnnhC.1RRUINE'
ties for their patronage during the past three years, which has flowers. lund Webster.. .\ SVNHO.M: : I

Miss' Enza Blanchard was initiated Kt. 1, Box 30, Litutry .... L\\\Tl\: .
4 of THIRD AN- Mr. Norman received nice
In celebration
made our business a success. our into the order and received the many
and useful gifts. The guests warmly -
the good quality of degrees. Both Miss Blanchard and
NIVERSARY, we are offering you same congratulated him and wished
:Miss: Pauline Anders from
merchandise at very special low prices. Take advantage of sale. were given a hearty welcome.Lawtey him many more happy birthdays to LIFE INSURANCEIn
District Manager Mrs Vonda In- .
M. NO. I HUSH TENDER FLA. YKAKLINO man, who has been Invited by the r.Ieshie, cultured chimpanzee died an <)IJ> LINE tried and dependable Company to

National President to talk on publicity '"oently at the Brookfield zoo, not, only. Bourn of satisfaction a* a. matter
POTATOES 10 Jhs. 16cll ROUND STEAK Lb. 20c I at the reponeia1 luncheon at Chicago. for jour loved ones, but a real guarantee cf

the meeting that Is to be held In .. jour own future independence. NOW while you;: are

I! Omoha, JJebr., gave an interesting The London Midland and Scottish phjsieaUy. fit, come In let's talk It over

I Ii talk on the proposed trip. railway will operate a new fast
lb. 12jc The Grove voted to send donation '
OLEOMARGARINE a service between Glasgow and Lon HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
to the district mother Mrs. don ench way daily making the

Bessie Green of Live Oak to be : journey of 401 miles In six and one- GENERAL t'IJANCE

i presented: to Howard Tucker half hours an of 61.8 miles
\I( K S\\EK T '' I average
adopted son of the district, who is I per hour.
i 'SEIJar IScllSAUSAGE! \ at the Woodmen Home for Children
PICKLES Lb. 12Wc and who will attend the Institute -- \I ------- -------- -----

-. -- -- in Omaha, J i ta LOHIDA 411 hllWlfNo / M

The committees ",
O. 2 CANS on arrangements
for the covered dish !supper!! at the | ..

first meeting: In September' : \ -.... .;t '
TOMATOES 6c Mrs.\ Vonda Inman Mrs. Maude I I '. "' >\:-..;> J

, Standard Pack Andrews, and' Mrs. Ethel Raymond. ;-.'O j'I hI.A. ':s ..-.VVOMMG .". .:"'!.f<. ''; *'>.

This comml tee promised the Grovea ...
' ; : ;
I gala evening with a musical pro- ; i-J' ,
' GREAT NOKTHEKNBEANS BEST WHITE WESTERN gram and a progressive "cootie" a "

Lb. 7c f BACON Lb. 19c be party.The announced Complete hostesses later.arrangements Miss Vonda will In- i OC/- .

man, Miss Elizabeth Williams .
Miss Edna Hutto, served a delicious and- : .::a. ,'.' t I ", ,
Oil Gallon Can .- \
Cooking salad course with Iced tea and -..<< .. ,: : .

home-made cake to the forty-two ?::<: : ; '(I :- .",.,:--" ..'Wo" : a:.. ..tf r !: .: :;, .....;..
J" 1 ;,;, .
members t 1. '. ;.t
present.Family g gg; ''', .. _.........:L. '" I t.". --
OR CARNATION NECK _.._.. A __ "" '- .11.'__'.. "':r.i't"
-| .,'","E.-",: ..1"-' .. TJ I ;' ; fi i= ... -, .-
20dll J ReunionMembers \ _I" .' ->hr.aN.*ra. ;:., ... .- .;_ -.If
cans BONES 3 Lbs. 25c<<; of ... ..."" -..-1'...--t'';:. "' '' .sP' ..;;,. "t.".:.!._,..,..Ys -:,...,- -'
the of \ '
family -
.... .- rn'.a.. -r le C?_. -- ._
.aC .. s..
1\.II'S'I ..
E. E. Canova and
the late Mr. I ,_.-. '..... .... --'"- -L., -

I nova enjoyed a family t,,. q. I re..., ... ..._:. ......,,. .1MI. 1Ii'.1'; '":
.. '
LARD 2 Ibs. 23c the Canovd cottage at KIngsley _... ..,oJI .- ..---..' ........... -_.
I -
'Lake Sunday. Those ... .
B..tCompuund present were: ., .. '. <".... J.1'4R.
I It, r ill. and Mis.! F. A. Canova and .. ,. ..
I children. :Mary Anne and Carolyn; ; : 'j' ..,;., ..,.: ,. ...sS" .. ,. -.--j

>o. 2ly fAN TAHLK RIB I Mr. and His. J. J. Canova and son. I I .&.:''. ---'!._ -
... -...... --.... --- -
; Ichn nl of Gainesville; Mr. and .. -
PEACHES Can 15c BEEF STEW Lb. lOc ( Mrs L. A. Canu a and cb'IJrn' I r. '

Levy.Jr, and. George of Starke: 7 Ie ..
:Miss :Mary:I Canova of Tallahassee;

and.l Mrs J. L. Frazee sister of /)
Ibs. 25c 07-7;. _
BANANAS 10 Mrs. Canova, of.Starke. '' '-

Clll'CK ROAST! ORt M. Matheny, operator of the

BREAD, 3 Loaves 25c STEAK Lb. 20e cooperative word this cotton week gin of the here death received of- -

his step-mother. Mrs. Sallie C.Matheny I'

,*In Madison Monday. She
DRIED. .U'I'LE' OR 1\1t'LE was seventy-three years old and I II

had been in poor health for sometime II I I
LIMA BEANS Lb. 6c TOBACCO 2oluIs 25e
She Is survived by her husband -

T. Matheny: ; one son, C.

COUNTRY ROLL KELLOGG'S CORN I C. Matheny, Mt. Pleasant; one P29DUC6So2DA

BUTTER Lb. 30e FLAKES Pkg. 7ci Tampa slepdaughter.h's.: her stepson: .here J. R.; and Gunn one :=! i,10srJALABLG

slater, Mrs. Mamie Witt Jackson rt/ ...

ville. I /

i LEMONS Belching Is disagreeable and : uwl 1
Doz. ISc ---
i often embarrassing. If you take a I coast- North F' :!J JOTTER

::\1 \XfLL: IIOl'SE spoonful of Blsma-Rex in a glass ALONG Florida's east there are NOT: very long ago the sell)) (II ,:.1

B 1 .l | of water after meals you can ex- few places more interesting or unusual, skin Has known to t i!

4 i ONIONS 3 Lbs. 1 IOe COFFEE Lb. 28c pel stomach gas quickly. Bisma- I than the famous BLOWING HOCKS rear as i2;a. Even on a depressed m 011 IIU.\I Jty. !;

t r.. .. .. Rex acts four ways to relieve acid- Jupiter Inlet. Here the coquina occurs brings a,good price. depondiBB 1\/p ar''
|.lIAr'.llun. Go to the Recall Drug I found in p1'a'tic i ird di
the are (
Better AGENT FOR Quality immediately along coast. During certain I
Store and ask for Blsma-Rex-50 Florida but each :
j I section of ep
of the tide and wind the wa- It :
stages nc"llv
doses for 50c -The Mitchell Though
DrugStore \ ,
TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. In Starke Fla.Adv.. ter rushes through;: pot holes in the rock them less numerous. is o.-.e cl tiil. ;r_bt

; -- -A--- with such< terrific force that a spray is Icnown Florida the t;1110

GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Gunpowder was Introduced forced high into the air. From this phcnomenon est otter producing stales in

\ i Europe by the Sacred Invasions. of'I the locality takes ita name. ...

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M I'B. K. Ck Duncan and her els- air and Mrs Carl Alderman and I,I Mr. and Mrs.' W. E. Wilcox of The three circles of the Baptist '. IIILUKKN LIKE TO TAKE!:

ter-ln-law Mrs. Eldred Duncan of I two sons, who have been here visIting Ft. Lauderdale arrived Thursday I W M. U will meet next Monday THIS TASTY! LA'NATU

Gainesville\ spent. Friday In Jack- his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. i for a visit with Judge and Mrs. A. afternoon at 3:30.: Circle No. 1 I

Bits of aonvilleI \ W. Alderman left Friday! fur theirI I Z. A.lklns at Kingsley Lake Mrs :'.11'.. L. Ci. Powell leader will meet, Why give your children harsh v

-- II I home In Baltimore: Md.! Wilcox will be an attendant in theI with Mrs. J. L. Silcox.: Circle No. bitter laxatives when you can give I'

I air ana! Mra. L. D. Keller and! ,--- .-- I Guy-Adklns wedding on September 2- w'ill meet with their, leader Mrs ,11. hem Kexall: Orderlies the chocolate
Bon, Leo, will leave Saturday for phenolphthalein laxative thattastes
I Mis. A. E. McKinney iifid Mon.Fvel'ett. 2. J. M. Krownlee ut her Klngsley
IDeal Nt3S I| Jacksonville where they will\ make I 1 like candy. Orderlies! act
have returned hum an extended Lake cottage,:: The Young !Matrons (
: I their home. ''gently to relieve constipation. Buy
( I 1\11' and Mis. Carl Sttoman and i iI ,
visit with friends and rea-! will men at the home of M I'M. R. L.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AXD.a 1 lives in Surauota Venice, Bushnell. I daughters, Misses Doris and Miriam Kemp. ,I Rexall Orderlies at the Rexall
... A. H. Kirby J I' of Jacksonvilleis Clifton Brock. Mrs. T. K. StoicThe Mitchell
? I! Wildwoixl, Webster, anti Williston. .+ Ding Drug
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I KOCRESS: OF THE COUNTY AND _TOWN. ..,...- I spending two weeks with his un- King and daughter, Mary Jean al! !Store! In Staike, Fin Adv.
h. cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Errol : A delicate nerve Is located at the
j| Alvtiiex.MoirlA. Mr. and Mrs T. S. Williams and of Tallahassee, were guests this root of each whisker of a cat. Thus i -

I -. -- -.. ...- daughter, Mrs Oliver Aspinwall week of Mrs S. S. howling and l a cat can tell at once if H whisker -I San: Francisco's 1931) World's
Jackson has returned to and son, Oliver Jr.:, have returned I Mrs. W. S Sttoman. !is touched. Fair is called a &O.OODOOO' fair, v
of Adam and I'from a month's In the Caro- -- -
n p Wadsworth Hampton Arch;\,Green were busi- I his home lifter a two weeks' vacation stay .
gsnt', |last week in Blue Ridge, Ga. ness vlsitois! Tuesday to Gainesville In Quincy III., and St Louis I Unas, Washington D. C., and Baltimore i I Miss Annie Mae Pearce arrived I I.1

I M o. Md. I jheie Monday from Co\inglon La., ANNOUNCING I

Miand' Mrs.D. P. Carpenter ,, -- .- --- -----.- I _-=-_ I for a short \'nnllon.! She was accompanied u

,pint Sunday In,Gainesville.C Mrs. Emma Murphy has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crumpler and Lylo Anderson, son of )lr. and by the following em- THK> OI'KM.MJ OK TilE TOIIODK SERVICE SF.\T1ON y

home after spending seveial I Irhlldien have returned home after i I Mrs. Sam Anderson nMmni'd Satin I ployees of the same publication I'MMCK: >I\N.\JKSIKNT: ': OP KIMUK KAYMOVI: :. : .:;
Powell was a business visl- weeks with relatives in North Carolina : a vacation spent In North Caro- 'day from Romp, Ga., where he company for which she works: L ;

tur In Jacksonville Wednesday \ linn. | had been spending six weeks with I W Kemper of Dallas Texas and 1

his gnindmother, :Mrs .1. F Bar Misses i Elvin Lawson Houston
-. .-- .. .- ..- ---- TORODE SERVICE STATION ;
limn" Angeline Blackburn of Burl Miss Virginia Kidd of Richmond" Mrs. :Marion Constant of ton. Texas .le ry .'satin, Tarboio, N

\\' l 18 late| guest this week of MissMarion I Th..rpflllpppnt: last week with her C.. Mary Frances Ford, Chicago, I
<> is the
guest of her brother and <
and Helen Dowling. Louis 'ill., and Harriet Stoner: Ak1'on.OhIo. :
(! ._ sister-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. R. G. 'I son Neal and daughter, Elizabeth Di. and Mrs. C J. Gay und two .
---- Kldd, und Mis. Emma: Canova. I Neal of St Petersburg. children are spending a week's va- STANDARD GAS & OIL :
B. Mundy and Mrs. Jim .
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Mrs -- caltlon In Miami! Dr Guy's sister l
dtt n,, of the State Faim spent' Miss Sid Mis. R. E and childrenletuined Oregon funnels made SS.OOO.O'K( ) ,
Holstien King
;o Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pievatt hud !I I and Ben Story In Front of the ('nlillt, ('nllrlll
Tutsrtay in Jacksonville. as a guest at their home for theweekend 'of B.itewburgSouth Carolina; were to their home after u raising seed crops' In I113d. _. .. -_._-- '_"
--- guests of Mr. and :Mrs T. S. Williams day nf ,several weeks liere. -
Mr tad Mrs Lloyd Petryman of Phillip Roheits of 'Tilllahasste. ,, the first of this week. The Ten That :Makes Writing a Pleasure i 1

'olt"lIllale are guests of Mr. and i I -----0.- __ __ The chfciy home of Mr, and, Mrs. ) 1
!In I. A Davis Mrs A. A. Green md Mrs. W M.Wlmbetly O. K. Stanabury will be the placeof :
All 59
and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand 59
their guest, Frederick BiFhop and daughter Freddie! meeting of the Woman a Chiistian c ONLY C
i F Colley) and Misses
Ur> :: were vinitois to Jacksonville Mon Temperance Union on Friday ; '
Hollis L. I. spent Monday at Silver -
:Katie; and! Virginia Fugate spent 'I day. afternoon at 3:30 Visitois wel ',

',\edne day in Jacksonville Springs'I .. .. comed.,! : I
This Certificate Is Worth $4.41 ,
---- I Miss Madge Middleton has returned -_.. .

Sh's. W M. Dobrow of Ft. Meade Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb und j to her home after a visit in Mrs Effle Johns letuined home Thin <.fiimi-i<"* mid 111 mtllli'n. lli. hrnltr In ollrt of nor Itmiulm-I Ind'sli'uetlhle, HO VAI'I'l'.M KM.I.- k ''f
I the guest of her parents Mr. und Miss Dolly Lamb were visiting Mr. I i after KH .\I'I'J.I'; ; >KIU'NTAI.N' :: PENS VlHllili. ) Ink "Stipil| Wll NIil,11h1.: : Ink, ,\ llfrllim. 1o\1I1t11l1l1.. \\llh I
and Mrs. John Grew in Jacksonville ,,, Jacksonville and Jacksonville" Tuesday spending several earl, pen Marx for Mullen., men, buys and Slits, Th' pen slit nut li-iik, Mnl "r In, riill. ; I f
\". B Jacobs; Beach with relatives.Mr. days in Gainesville with her son

--'- Sunda .. i: ----- and dutlghler-ln-latt-\ :\11'. and Mis. 1
Billy Flakely Is spending this -- K.: F. Johns. She !._ ;.q ''I'
was :; : !;
and Mrs. C. )
Hoppe wereguests
Mis. H. C. Wall of Tallahassee ]
iwk at Kingsley Lake as the ed home by Mis uccompani'I'

guest of George Flynn, Jr. is visiting; friends and relatives Sunday of Mrs. Hoppc'sbroth..r.ln.law Mrs. B Ilton. and Mis E. r,'. Johns. .' ... I.'. ,
and aiste Mr. and + TIIKH:\% 1'1.16FUt: ".1.:11-\-1'*1 / I--tll.OM': I'111. t M> I'l
.---. .-- here while Mr Wall is In Washington ) ( I Thin l'l-\; holili il'iir, itimf Ink Hum unv onllniirv' founliiln ,IIIMI nn I Inniinkfll, 11111 ranPrlte far i
M. Alvarez and N. D. Waln- D. C. on business. Mrs. O. L,. Beat-ley. .I ----- I There .M FllllliK'I No llr|>:iilr UlllH1: No I.I-MT: : l-'llli-r1 I .No ITHMMIII'I 'liar Kvi'lf: Pen t:.mi.\\ :
J. .
-- -- -- -- -. -- --- :'11. and Mrs. J. H Fields have and gunrnnteet' l hy the, fni-tnrv to l>i> iinlirvnkiilile for lifi <:H >iiiim, Now TIMS I I'KV: UIVKN .
rght: Sr.. spent Tuesday in Jack- --- - I ifoti inn buy one In the oily for I Ip." thllll "'1\'): II''II.115N'I / Tliln IVl Ifli'iltit I good onlv whll nil ''I' I
Miss Mignon Sisson of Brooker Calvin Andreu who has been visiting ,- as their guests Miss Eva Powell ofI \"11'InfilK/ Hllli, in allI1'I'Aul'1'"f'lirt'
mnvrlle I' I Cocoa Mrs. Robert Tanner of 'I : I IlKFICHThlx. 1'.'n will l h. then after Sat.I II ;
----- left last Thursday for Raleigh N. his uncle and aunt :'11'. and
Mrs W .1.l Epperson and Mrs. G. S., where she will take over the I Mrs. A. O Andieu returned to his j Baldwin :Mrs. Dick Cunningham of PHARMACY ,

I Anderson spent Tuesday in Elizabeth': Dees Dancing School. !I home in Miami Monday. Jacksonville :Mrs. William Haight ii.'.Y:"tn I Ir BROWN'S: A: /till'1' nx l." ?
; __'_h__ 1 \Vaycruna.. Gil., and J. \\'. San I M.ll I I IOrilrr : 111\' 11111 x1'1-'I I ti.ri Ranh 11 i
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I Jack-* nville. of I l'HONH: 14 Nl'tltlilKl.' I'eUHrale .
_____ I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wamwrlghtand :> Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Quigley have derson Haynes C'ity.
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of Va. is children of Tallahassee me occupying -: ictuined home after spending a .
John Guy Warrlngton lan.1 --- --------------- J.
guest; of his parents 1>lr. and the: Wainwright cottage i two weeks vacation in North Carolina Friends of Mrs. Jeanette

".In J T Guy nt Hampton. at Kmgsley Lake for two weeks. : and Georgia I caid will be glad to learn that she I II : ),
.- ----oo- | Is convalescing at the home of''
Mi and Mrs. H. C. RItch have l..autif $7.49 unite shoes, $1.! to.( I Mrs. S. ('. Cainell and sons Cor- her btolliei-fn-litw, and l sister, Mr. I II F Fin.nee

domed" to their home after spend- :MI-II'H S4.23\ HhiM't, S3.l0.!( 1'nlo bm und,! Gene, of Ormond, are I, and :Mrs. O. L. 'asley, utter beingconfined I TIP I TOP CABB GE/[ /a

:g two. weeks at Daytona Beach shirts 85kup.. Wash lien )l.;c"1 j guests of af'a. Curnell's parents. to St. Vincent's Hospitalfor
..1lvurec.Misses. i Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Scott > several; days
H. Hall and little -- -------
Mrs A daughter i I US ;
Sharon are visiting Mrs. J. L. Marion and Helen Dow- 1\If'a. T. N. Limbaugh of Lakeland :Mrs, S. P. Vantlivleie, und song i 1

1 ckson this week In Jacksonville. ling and their guest, Miss Angeline Is the guest of her brother-in- I Pitney, left Monday tor their homein Pt. :!
Blackburn: of Eartow Miss Loral | law and sister. Mr. and :Mis. H. L. Franklin N. C lifter an RutabagasGal.
and Miss Green Brownlee. ed visit here with Mrs. extt'nd-l
'JisHrablc Reddish of Jackson Bennett .....
I -- -- -- I mother, Mis. G. \\". Pound 2V2C
ille! spent the weekend with Mr. spent Tuesday afternoon in Gainesville b'k't 50c Friday and Saturday, Aug. 27-28 j
-nd Mrs Errol Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs John Flitch of Valdosta I I They were arcompnnii-d as far HS ,

Ga.. were guests Sunday of j Sylvia, N. C. by JIi-s. W. E Mid 1' i'

I I Mrs. GUI'fie Ritch and Mr. and dleton, who will visit Mr. and Mrs 1, o.-n.:. 1 ( OnnLE1( ItE,.ti. FANfY A\OCAIM. "
Mrs. T. J. Griffin. C C. Caglc for ten days befoie returning ':'
: POTATOES 10 Jbs. ISc PEARS 2 f for 15c
-- ----- | home.i

Miss Vivian Cumbie of Lake City I -
WANTEDxeral 1\"''C\' FI M. o\C'K IIIOMI'NON: SKKIH.KSH; ; ':
and :Miss Iona Tillman of Bainbridge -
Mis. H. H.: left
Gahiigun Kundayfor
Ga, have returned to their I II I her home In Savannah. Ga.. after TOMATOES 4 No 2 25 GRAPES 2 Lbs. 15c
'.- Real Good Fnrmi For '.aJ*'. large enough I homes after a two weeks' visit spending a few weeks here I ens

for general farming and reasonably priced. with their aunt Mrs. A. A. Brown. I with her father L. C. Powell. She tIU..St H.UCltEN .1011 \N', (IJKKKMM': or It.1.iI4) ( OOKINii) :\.

..O HAVE INQl: 'IKIES FOR TIMBER: LANDS Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely and sun i',' WItS Powell accompanied who 'remained home. in Savannah by John I PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c APPLES 5Lbs. 25e1.ln'I.SU ,i

IN LARGE TRACTS Billy and Miss Pat Lamb spent I until Wednesday Mr Powell was
the week-end in Lake City with I accompanied. home by Powell Gil-. ;.M : 3 No. ? (''UIIH25c K.\\(.,. I( lur.nU-I.t'T'fI': : '( K OK !:

WILSON REALTY CO. 1>11 s. Blakely's brother and sister- hagan. who will visit his grandfather I

tn-law, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Baisden. I L. C Powell. SPINACH CELERY Ea. lOc

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters -' wilts FOIl III"TAKi 1PPI./1'1'1'11/\> F'.t:s1'\. I'IRM % FI.IAWTIPS :

Misses Juanita und Sara and 1'.pmts Hill \... |4MI )
I NOTI'-IJ. : IS HKICKUV: 2 Cans 25c
I DIVKV.; ThrtlI
Mrs. L. J. Green and daughter '. ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
NAT SEZ ( demons! nnd) toy (;'l. *inoiiM,
: Judy, were visiting friends In I! IIx1,1 I lfrH, of :2-7 of Tux I when a Khl on M7.: 'Nailed' Hi.' 7th' A UK tint, Eagle Brand Milk 20c
Well. even guy Gainesville ::r..orll'
Sunday. ii. .
A TU: :I her fllPil my nf* i
\Hi-nttcn! he has to keep right flit HIM) haM "? lipllrtit I lull for H !I II Dime Brand Milk lie BANANAS 41b s. 15c
on It.hprU..inj H) here I Hin up In ; tax' d)* ('d! tti lii Issued ihfrr n. HuhlI ,
F. A. Scott returned ; ::: : .
North Carolina taking I Mr. and :Mrs. I rrl tlfii'iHf I finhrHt I t the followhiKtl : I "
.h1ll. or
the. nnd the home Friday after a visit in Orlando ,, +-H.Tll>t'l. property In the ('(,iiury ofIhadffrd -
time out from my Rolf with their son and ughter- ', i l, Slate or Kt'irlilu... to-\vlt : IS.ILLiKO''i T\ni.K TIH gelEU'.ing HI.I'BRICE(''
rPlllly Important thing like Hitting LOIN 'l'hirty.thre Thirly-fnur.
f front porch of the hotel 1 en- In-Iaw Mr: and Mrs Wilbur A. Thtt tyftami l".irty-right' Mi f ::
?/ nn the \\iMHlhMvn, Hc<'lh>n HO' Township :
Jo*IIIK the coal bree to tell you Scott. I 5 Smith. Kim** 22. Flint: cnntalninw FLOUR 10Ibs.39c l 20 lbs. 73c
no't to forget SternlterK'* Store .- -- .- I 40, AtTHH. tnot#* tir" IVHHTh ;
t isM Htitfnt" of IhH Hiild iiro'- Ii
w hlle I ant uoiie.:; 'these Miss Carolyn Rollins of Jackson-j fitv under the Ha III 1''lItI.'lIt., IHHUftt 5 Lbs. 20c :,
urn the only' tliliiRi thAt norldatMin't vllle was the guest several days 'UMH In t thx name of Jleriiuu.Iiudgrr .,. ,1 .

sty .he has IItaic-II.any bigger But who and this week of Mrs. 10:. S. Matthewsand I ; 1',1., *.M ail'11. i't'11Iflcntfl HhJiII h'l r..* "
latter ili. n other Dr. and Mis. H. B. Me London! ili'enifil. IK.r wants mountain all the time, anyway trty .lp"'II.p.1 l thrln I will .lit sold' toth
? Ihej're nil right when you at Kingsley Lake I ** high., bidder ttt I HH (ourtYtnnt BUTTER Lb. 39c ,.
uhen ou're at the **' door on Ills l irnt Mutidity In 19c
lire on top. 'h.. month ..f II."t>fr, Pi:':17. \vhli hM t '
bottom It xure. I* a long way up. J. D. Doyle of Jacksonville spent | tFiH 4i''h iljiv <>f 1i.txbrl, ', I tai7r'Ht.d : FA.NCV \\I"'OM.IS.
i the week-end here with relatives. I Ihis 2:1.1: lay or11".1, NECK BONES, Lb. 12'/2c
-- -- .. He was accompanied back to Jack- I M',KKHMAI- HKAI.) CHEESE Lb. 23c IIKKSSKI: : >
-- --- | \ .1 TIIOMAK. i iflt
------- sonvillt by Mrs Doyle. Mrs. Fay : I
>ik of Circuit Court of :
I >E\V :ARRIVALS j Gill and her grandson. Thomas III. ;! Fir,,dffrd I'nonty Klorhlaiwn. Lb. 22c
I - 5.27.(,,t924ENT. MACARONI 3B.xs lOc 1 HENS .,;

ofPriest's ,
DRESSES.I Miss Helen Prather employee "
Ten Cent Stole is enJoying '
Luncheon Meat Lb. 35c '
I II a week's vacation dUI'Inthe/ ,
3Bxs lOc 1
IN BLAC'KSO WHITE visit of her brother J. C. Prather U ** I.O.\:. HORNCHEESE ,

I who Is here Gum Kentucky.E. I
I I I COLUMN Lb. 23c
& $4.95 SUGAR Sibs 25c
t $3.95 I S. Matthews, member of the MAN WANTED for Rawleigh

,-.-.-- -.:. I Florida Railroad Commission, left i Route of 800 families. Good profits .\1'1".1'': SMOKKI; 1
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Utah hustler. We train and help
yesterday fur Salt Lake City, for

FALL I I convention where he will of commissioners attend a national you.Dept.Write FAH-223-SA2 today. Rawlelgh's Memphis, : JELLY 2 lb. Jar 20c SAUSAGE Lb. 17c

MILLiNERY .SHOES ---.-- Tenn. &-13-318-27
I Mrs. J. L. Anderson and laughter : UN KMT riifuir IITLK ''OV1PO11ND F'A.Cy{' '
CJIAPES .1 quart ,10 3 quails.2.r
$2.45- Janet, returned Saturday from
$1.49.up 8 quarts .50, 36 quarts .90
*?, !-! : I..week's. visit with Mrs Anderson s i II MaK4

.'. r "",:' .. -.. -.'. ...'... :'mother.-- .;.Mrs. J. 10'. Bartun- of Rome !I 32 Lake quarts Geneva 15O.:;E. at A. Kennedy my residence Purchasers -I LARD 2 Lbs. 25c tall l 25cFRESH
t ----.----.. --- ------ :Ga:: :
must furnish containers. I

All summer |UM" anti men'nandi j

FROCKSi.98 I I ..e (going out at ,.....t. See our WANTED- Middle-aged woman;-as I Navy Beans, 2 Ibs. 15c KRAFT'SMIRACLE i

I I window. AKare/ housekeeper for elderly! lady !llvIng j iREAT NORTHERV
I I alone. See G. Vf Thomas tf I
I. Fred B. Jones was carried to the j jVeterans' I BEANS, 2 Ibs. 15c i

$ DRESSES FOR $l..d !I Hospital In Lake City ANTIQUESBig assortment of I: H\HY LUf.SBEANS WHIP

: Friday to undergo treatment for old things in glassware> china j I 4
. .. __ several days. He was carried In brass, silver, chairs dressers tables 4 Pounds 25c :

the DeWitt C. Jones Ambulance. etc. Kelly' Store, 520 W. | TIPTOP SALAD DRESSING

NEW WASH !SCHOOL Adams St., Jacksonville Fin | COFFEE Pound 25c'' '
PRESSES OXFORDS Mr. and, Mrs. R. G. Kldd and' 8.27tp ( \KMKIt I 8oz. Jar Dressing 15cCOFFEE '
small Richard and their house i
FOR PALL BLA( K OK BROWN son FOR RENT: :' Nlftly furnished 2 Cans 25c
Miss Virginia Kldd of Rich ,
front bed: room connecting bath I 16-oz. Jar Dressing 25cCLEANSER
mond Va.. pent Sunday at Silver! home good location 214 K.IIF iior:-E ,
$1.98 In private
Springs._. I;, N. Walnut St.? Mrs. J. P. Mott.Itp 3 Cans 1 Oc I, 32-oz. Jar Dressing 41 cPRI.t.

RusacJl Daniel of Saraaota aDd 1 :' ;

Ben FitzpatrIck of Madison, Ga. FOR RENTApartment, big. comfortable ALBERT TOBACCO lOc !I 8-oz.. Jar Relish 15c
IT PAYS TO DUSTERNBERG'S AT arrived yesterday to spend several t rooms and screened I

days at Kingsley Lake with :Mr.l front porch. Mrs. F. H. Long, N. I CIGARETTES, 2 Pkgs. 25c 1-1 R"cz. Jar Relish 25c j ja

I and Mrs E. S. Matthew and Drl I Walnut St. ltp

and Mrs. ti. B. McLendoo.

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F'AG1C: _r- _

the general population. A president Barclay announced that
htn' ;,

AGRICULTURE ADVANCES MAKES IN DUVAL, I -N runs more risk of being murderedthau i cured an agreement t.. lo "?, 'Jj
the average citizen, but he (
AGENT'S NOTE HAYS I go over until the next ,
1 luns comparatively little risk of S.h;;

I I I I NEWSNews accidental; death.It ator Peppers. coirmtri y p "
FARMERS SECTION marching steadily forward in Is evident that the presidencyIs part makes Interesting" ; rei

from i no longer a one-man job. The "The. South want! 0.. ,
Duval County, a report (0
A S. Lawton Indicates of Florida Short ParagraphsSEEK nation is!! too big, and too much responsibility this crime of lynching hnu .
County Agent
Demonstration Agents
Conducted by I rests on one man. Various -
Ing to do so as fast as It",, ,
I : remedies have been suggested n
Farmers recently harvested the ranging from. decentralizationof can but If the Noith warn

rt largest corn crop In the history of government to the current helpful truly helpful inst.. ,,r

the county. ACCIDENT Roosevelt proposal of six "assist such discriminatory
Seven thousand tons of silage ant presidents." Whether any of l legislation as this .
Hints To Housewives KEY WEST-The Oversea Road JACKSONVILLE A coroner'sJury pillt. twill
RURAL worth $70,000 have been stored by these proposals would increase the try to improve
of H. genes
and Toll Bridge Commission asked Investigating the '
seventy dairymen.A life expectancy of presidents cannot ditions of our
COMMON SENSE record has be- the Public Works Administrationto V. Wolff, 13, said the youth "cameto I people ty: gi| ne ?
I from Home Demonstration dairy program be definitely established fair economic '
Weekly OJ'POltunlt'v,
unavoidable ac
release an additional $500,000 to his death In an
Tsll.h--N gun to enable dairy operators to It is part of the American tradi- giving us relief against disc
JOHNSON his bicycle ,
By SPUDS S.--laUsta of their continue work on oversea highway cident. Wolff fell from in
keep accurate tion to believe that tlon In
bridges. under the wheels of a logging any boy may freight r..te'hl ,.
expenses and income. to be president. But wise throttled our industries
grow up
MORE WALLSIn and crushed. The driverof nadt
DESPITE! t m tl 0- truck was
a FORESTS, Fifteen purebred bulls have been little boys won't want .-St. Petersburg It impossible for us to ,
USES FOR WOOlIAKING: planning the walls throughoutyour TO INSPECT BRIDGEJACKSONVILLE the truck, held pending the Inquest mte\
them first of placed on dairy farms and twenty Independent. fairly in these markets of tb
IN home, consider of was discharged.
(OMEBAC: for dairy herds have A group + try; by relief from the ,
j furnishings replacements mo
... all as a background fur your official left here + poly
St. Augustine
been obtained during the past FATAL PEPPER ON LYNCHING or control by the money centers
month. Thursday aboard the U. S. engi- When the United States Senate the :North of the markets it

being WALL FINISHES. Painted walls Final details of a pasture development neers yacht Ribault to inspect anew LAKE WALES-Willa Skinner'l last week attempted to pass the we producers of the South n
I rate will fit In almost any type of home, bridge across the Inland Waerwuy 15-month-old:: daughter of
bill South- sell
to be carried on antl-lynching a loyal our commodities; am ,
did for many years Southerners walls are almost as program Skinner of Sebring !
It at Palm Mrs.
as and papered Valley. Eugene
with the Jackson- erner, Senator Claude Pepper, from the exploitation G'1 ,
Including Floridians have elastic. In many of our homes, not in cooperation ------.fr.---,. --- died here from the effects of chew- I I
to the occasion and ( ,
ville Chamber of Commerce are to arose appealed labor, elimination of sw-
1 deal during the past or papered brush she found soak- I "
done a great period ENFOK Ing a paint
purely be worked out this month. to that body to aid the South inimproving practices and child-label
decade to conserve! and prolf'cttheir walls are eqaully good. State Department Ing in a pail of kerosene. Her pa- the social and ercnnmii! ;c Uieii: cur great SouthLi-.

in woo
fully said that fuie..try.nas, made paper tends to diminish the sire r FARM SHORTS started to enforce the collection of a day's visit at her grandfath I trying to legislate against lynch new day and wall: -ont.nue. ; ,,

during bringing the walls closer fee of one-eighth cent er's home. ing. .
of a room 1 an Inspection _. the great contrlbui. whit-
I .
the ----
but ono exception Is when llrlef Fnrm lee,,, About Your on gasoline consigned to govern- Immediately fcl:owing Senator made to the honor ax.' the "?
And luring this time, anothI'Idtuatlon scenic or landscaped. A mental from within DIES OF SHO'KJACKSONVILLENorman
walls are '\rl"hl..rln. Cuunllm.COUNTY agencies points Pepper's speech Majority Leader our nation.- Label: :N 1.\
has risen which, on first perspective l In; the pattern adds size the state Ro-

i thought/ would appear a direct con- to the room by carrying the eye >> -.-- ber, an electric welder was dead (.-.--.-----------,----- -- .,:.

tradiction of this program for con- Into the distance.PLASTER. NAMED BO.Unl: : t n from an electrical shock which po

servation, protection and propagation Gray-white plaster AGENT STORY O..WOUK NOTES'rEI.L TALLAHASSEE-. Fred P. lice said he received while operat- BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION :
forests.' This Is machine. Officers
of Southern walla are likely to give a cold im- FARMERSCRESTVIEW : Cone appointed D. R. McNeill of ing a welding
? B'I.OUID \
the development of additional uses pression unless they are warmed by Okeechobee to the Everglades reported the welder bad just started -

q for Southern pine, predominantamong rich handings or colorful paintings; Brooks Drainage District Board to succeedJ. work on a job when a nearby STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSATLAS I
these being the manufac- therefore, it is advisable in most helper heard him gasp and saw I
Jacksonville re
farmer is P Newell of ,
Okaloosa! County carry-
- ture of paper. On first thought, cases to use a soft color on plaster successful demonstrationof signed. Newell served as executive him collapse. TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES. OUR IIKF.N .\ND: ,
for Ing on a
, would think that more uses +
to former Governor Dave
I mules to replace work secretary I
ci pine would mean even greater In- WALL PATTERNS In choosingthe raising Sholtz. EXPERIENCES: $70,000 FIRE FOR ONE YEAR AND MONTHS: .

ti'roads on the forest areas. of roughness for your stock on his farm according to, TAMPA--Fire which Fire ChiefA. \\'A"IIISG-POUSHING-W.XISG-GRE., A '|. -cl.ilt.v I
degree E. R. Nelson. He
But this Is not the use. Development plaster wall finish, beware of the County has Agent four mule colts ranging in ASKED PAPER MILL BAN J. White said started amonga I
of additional uses for pine of its stock of matches destroyed the-
the woodland ownerof too-rough surface because age from a few days to fifteen JACKSONVILLE Ninety-five warehouse of the B. and B. Cash FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 i
has RcratcblnPRs.I asked Circuit Court here
of his trees, the I 'months. He Is using three broodmares taxpayers Grocery Company here with a loss
the importance PANELING. Paneling of looms to issue an order restraining the ASK ABOUT Our Prices FLA. !!\Wl"" I'
necessity for planting more trees I or even partial paneling Is in favor -i. In his program. Essentials National Container Corporationfrom estimated at $70,000. Firemenwere EASY PAYMENT '
has his for raising colts Mr. Brooks says called to the warehouse shortly LINES: AGENTs :
and conserving those he on today. Wood paneling and the proceeding with its plans to PLAN ON TIRES I
that are good! pastures and small dally before :5 I o'clock and reported the Are
fact the discovery Right
'placeIn moulding: used for has grain rations for the animals after file to be under control about an
be made from pine with ,
paper can and so on, should be designed mill In the city. The Injunctionwas i
factor in they have been weaned. hour and a half later. ---------------- ----
been a important of uni- -y
trt very restraint and with a feeling sought on claims the proposed
::1f bringing about conservation and ty for the room. Nice wood paneling plant would be a public nuisance ff+---
Instead of MIAMIAfter a very successfulyear UJoc"\('T1'UJoU CONVICTS
propagation of forests. in its natural
I may be because it would fill the city with

the wholesale and promiscuous cut- state or it may be finished with a of marketing in which their. unpleasant odors, cause a water TALLAHASSEE- convicts
ting which once took place in for- sales totalled approximately $..- who disarmed a guard near here j

ests of the South the land owners stain that leaves the natural beau 800,000 members of the Dade shortage and pollute the present last April and escaped with his automobile -
ty of the grain and figure in John E. Matthews and Lucien -
Mar- supply. armed
have adopted systematic management County Growers' Cooperative faced charges of
as part of the surface decora Association have added another H. Boggs filed tho suits as at- State I
of their woodlands to moder- keting rubbery filed by Attorney
puiface easily
ate timber and naval stores operations tion. Wood offers a shed :5-40; feet long and seven torneys for the ninety-five residents Orin C. Parker. James Marron and

Forests are coming back as cleaned and maintained.! ty-three feet wide to their mal kct Samuel l Klppls president of Robert Koven recaptured in Chi-

a result of this action. -- -- -+ facilities hel e. The two sheds the National Container Corporation cago two days after they overpow-
conservationof SEPTEMBER: which comprise the big market, according declined to make, statement ered Ed Atwater, the guard, werenamed
The production and UKXDI.INK: FOR FILING
the court action
to County Agent Charles regarding in the Informations prepared -
pine trees In not a get-rich-quick mtNTI..JC.TlONS
Stcffani I, will accommodate 220 by the Leon County prosecutor.SEA ,
scheme It will pay good dividendsto GAINESVILLE September 15 I
trucks sixteen Volusia County +
the farmer In a few years afterhe has been !set as the deadline for cows
and farmers recently' ISLAND: ('OTTONBROOKSVILLE
has adopted the most advancedmanagement fat mere to file applications for
OKEECHOBEE- first herdof planted demonstration plots of Napier -The first bale
methods. Trees must grant under the 1936 Agricultural
stock cattle leaving Okeechobee grass on their farms accord- of Sea Island cotton produced In
No it will not
have time to grow. Conservation Program, accordingto
farmer's County in four years consisted! of ing to County Agent 1''. E. Baetz- Florida this year brought 32 cents 4S
dump cash into the purseat II. G. Clayton administrative
400 head and was shipped, in July. man. Two truckloads of Napier & pound. W. C. O'Hara supervisorof
will Income-
but It
once, mean officer in charge of the program in
good: income to him In a few Florida. The cattle County Agent C. A. grass planting! material was ob- rural rehabilitation here, reported

And the Income will result Fulford reported, brought an average tained through the cooperation of the bale was grown by T. A.

from years. steady development of his This date, Mr. Clayton said, was of $20 per head. the State Experiment !Station' I Word and weighed 450 pounds. The FINT> i
set by the state committee and approved "-
woodlands and once it starts thinIncome Another recent agricultural high- : staple was reported to be one and a "
by the director of the southern the fine PIERCE: St. Lucie Coun- Federal
will continue and will in- light was corn yields recently FT. quarter inches. With the

division of the piogram. All harvested by Ellis Meserve.From ty 4-H club girls have been concentrating -I government assisting in rehabilitation :
rease. In other words, it I H a staVle -
applications must be In the officesof fot he harvested Improvement during of the O'Hara said +
development that will last. ty-flve acres on yard crop. approximately -i CppdryBcs
county agents on that date. The more than 1,000 bushels of corn. recent weeks. Twenty Royal 20,000 acres were Q MCCAIXS'ryif1N

Progressive farmers are lookingto date applies to first, supplementary Mr. Meserve\ shucks his corn in the I Ponclana trees have been plantedand I planted In long staple cotton In
their for future income and
I trees Pictw j TIER
and adjustment applications.ing field. other ornamental plants have Florida this year. Once a staple Story e.t "IOMESpsd.
the methods
they are following ) "d
: been set. Some of the girls have crop in the state, the growing of te' ew FARM ] /
that been and
have worked out by scientists you from the summer nun .+ Da De I '
JACKSONVILLE five made lawn furniture for their |
Forty Sea Island was abandoned years
in this field. For those persons my fruits are refreshing draughtsquenching
thousand doses of chickenpox vac home grounds, also. This work has ago because of Inroads made by
who might consider the tree your thirst aa you jour-
cine have been mixed and distributed -I ben done under the direction of the boll weevil.
and of little the beam that holds
lightly importance, we ney on. I am +
offer th.s anonymous excerpt from jour h.ollse. the board of your table, among Duval County poul- Miss Bertha Nill Hausman. -*- Yr. O bfag L

a recent editorial In the St. Augustine the bed on which you lie and the try producers this fur this year,'according REACH: AGREEMENT: r--- t Tr 0 cl

Record: limber that builds your boat. I am to Frank M. Dennis assistant TAVARES -- Fortyflve Tavares BRADENTON-The city of Bra- 0 W !?yI L6 Ma 0 C Aai rrhy tomxq..l Yr,
Klwanians. attest the tastiness +P /6 M99 0 r 3 Yr
county agent.PENSACOLA can denton reached an agreement with pit aYnld
"Ye who would pass by and raise the handle of your hoe t the door of 0 Ye. dsesl-. 1 y,;

your hand against me, harken ere your homestead. I am the gift of of frosted grapes as prepared the the Manatee County Commissionon Q abut towN __ ft' 0 Oial 'W b I Pc
-In order to home demonstration f MrprMs Sy +ae/m/
keepup They the suit the filedto tla
you harm me. I am the heat of God and the friend of man. Ye municipality McGtt e Eat 0 '
with the latest developments in partook, of this dish prepared by collect $37,000 It alleged was due 0 N ', .M, 0b tlRy '
your hearth on the cold winter who pass by, listen to my prayer, aag99 _
:nights; the friendly shade screen- Harm me not.' her work Miss Ethel Atkinson Es- Miss Lucie K. Miller Lake County from the county road and bridge 17 NpONmN (tryl) Vi a Olfl ktd 4 ahq 1 yr,

cambia County agent, attended the home agent at one of their recent fund. At a conference Mayor A. 0 0ynlt! g' ptWerfe 11Yr

short course for county and home luncheons. M. Sparks agreed with ChairmanJ. Q the -i.Yr. ,
nh ) r Yr. 0 pyy 1 Ya .,
r, BOREE FUNERAL HOME demonstration agents at the University I Pope Harlee of the county com- ?: _.t pl.ffry/TM Z.aa.fny ,
of Tennessee. the MARIANNA Jackson Ipt 0 i ,
FuU Ilni of Cuflket Undertaken SuppUe During County mission to withdraw the action d

AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY course she studied home manage- vegetables have been plentiful and with the understanding the county 1355=05 0 R era y

AND NIGHT ment, rural electrification, home of good quality this season and I I board would include a $4.000 Item nwf 2

53 PHONE 53 accounts and extension methods.DELANO many farm housewives are can- for the city In Its new budget, and GSS 1I I Yr ri,,

G. H. BENNETT, MBT. ning them for future use, accord- I I would make additional appropri- 0

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" To provide more Ing to a report from Miss BonnieJ. ations in subsequent budgets until

green feed and ensilage for their Carter home agent.IIARDU'AREFl'RSITl'UE. the sum is paid.! YOUfSt
I -+- -
' '- THE IMPORTAN: OF NOT orrra !fO. i OTTER HO. f t
:; AU ...... AU Fur
BEING PRESIDENT Till sewepopa. I Tr.) For Only Ttl !f........_. ,..i Tot co.r:

.' ,1. I' The twentieth century is better oIal/.b. BFO| [ ..!.... }
for the average man, but it is harden I from Croup Ev I$2.10 3 Man Group A f($2.

J : preslents.'e many. years the forget life expectancy exactlyhow OFFER NO. i elFIn no.i 1

i jWHATeWHEREeW'HY of the average man has been Increased Tile r.w.p..p.r. I Yr. AH FOB nJe i _."_". I Tr. MS"*

: us a result of advances In 2 M.oIa.s A ret Onlr 2 i Ma"crala.! A I for OnlT
ban CioupMagatln } i iro..Group VVMa }
; rnedirlne! and better living condi- 1 B $2.2 5 3! "...bio. B $2.50

i I : i I been tlons,impreoFlve.but we know the Increase has from croup from Group

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\ I I Presidents, on the other hand, THI;, Nf w J/M tR N'' K4V ONI Hi

OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA [don't live so long. John Adams itsAm.rtea.
A.wleaa Bay ,o+.OI Modwm Mcko .UMpod a 1ee.agow
I died at ninety, Jefferson at eighty- hull i Or.wa 1.71 lIoliea Pier.,. 7 00
PLUMBINGLET CAFES three, Madison at eighty-five. The America .raga ... UI Op.. foe Bar -I r"-- 1 00
Mn.r ..... M Gardooa- OppmtUltp .....- 1 1't5
I first nine presidents of the United '_r'. a-tIo .,71....... ....- 1'10
US CiHE YOUR PLUMBING TWO FOR ONE SALE States died at an average of C_'. 1'_ ...71's( )
COME: TRY OCR age CklM III* Lrigrlo.l C lMroRcdhaok
Johns & Purchase One Pint.JOHNSON'S
fctventy-eight. t -sass ..... LIO'
GLO-COAT Since that time CeIIIeo'. LIO...=. .-........ l.ooC.utry
: AGENCYAll PLATE'I. FLOOR POLISH. '30 Pint presidentialcares IY.. ,9.1.71 r.N3- ........... 9Isa.a..alw
J. L. Simmons Self PoUlIbb11'BU' must have increased. No LII heaps Sd..a. 1to.ilr'_ 1 75II
Types of In"uran'e"ith 25c ONE-GET ONE: FREE president since Van Buren, who D4.1. P.sibyI I.,. I.41. .... jtoc.-J---: t:,I
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Old Reliable Compaale Plumber LUNCH Bradford Hdw. Co. was inaugurated in 1837, has n.1 reach the age of seventyeightthe .. QIeww ...1........... S 00
BOTTLING COMPANIES J. B. CARLISLE., Owner toss Art..a-. .... ...... .. too
DRUGGISTS average for early presidents! Mow* <.... CIaIdD- L41 ter... 100 00
Ml Chicken Dinners Of the last fourteen presidents_. =& =-- &: Span *5.14 1 I'
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DRINK WE ARE DenmarkFurniture not counting Hoover and Roosevelt, Llnrat III.... .... TINa i alDl7. .. I";; .: 190:
PRESCRFPTiONEXPERTS Sundays who are still alive-only Hayes IMCW .Sq.Jr LM w_. .

Co.We Cleveland and Taft reached the

: M ORANGE Are Receiving New Spring age of seventy. The average age THIS OFFER FULLYIi' .eGentlemanz

Mitchell's Drug Store BLOSSOM CAFEF. Stock Every Day. Be Sure! to at death of these fourteen presidents -

,h Quick Dependable Sf'nlce See It Be 10 re'You Buy. of the United States was six-

In Sterllld Bottle ty-two. I

The Pause That Refreshes CAFES ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR While the average life span of / I enclose 'Of which plea/' send m9 I

." I. .7" .: C. HollingsworthHog Americana was Increasing, the average 1 the mag.zln.s I have checked together ...ltl1' .

"UK HAVE:: JUST! RECEIVED A for American presidents 7eu's lublCrlptJoD to newspaper
An tui in the. \\II.\T-"IIIR!: = ,FRESH STOCK OF FORD-HOOK ATREASONABLE dropped from seventy-eight' to sixtytwodecreas II
\\'H'Ia"ltlec1 Set-lion will bring of sixteen years. !
quirk, natlMfylng/ .....01.*. For nj- And Hominy And this despite the fact that Name-,: 1U

thing you wish to buy or Mil. plurean Prior At The presidents are not likely to suffer
from mal nutrition, Street or R. P. D :
ad In the \\HAT-WHERE- O. J. PHILLIPSLAWTEY inadequate ;

\\"\' Claimed Ytion. Telephoneor Suwannee Store FARMS : medical! care financial worries or .. 1 iU
Town sad St.t. --
bring your ud to the Tf'I"Crllpb! STARKE, FLA. excessive drinking: all of which J.10

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--- : CHURCH DIRECTORY friends. If we can't there are "It's my fault! Aunt Ben. I've Willie's! discomfort increased being a dlvorct and you won't be .'i
other who don't think me as unimportant lone this to him." 'I've done nothing to be ashamed blamed," ,1'/I'./
VT IHHIST CHURCH N EL dear of he muttered "And will still be tied to )
Hll as you do. The Irishsren't "Neither he nor you, my you ,
K v. C K. Price, FMtor the only Patty." Willie ostentatiously but destiny""I "But supposing I defend the case him!" exclaimed Parnell. "Katie, i

Sunday School. 10 clock a. m., I r IERIAlIZPO OM THE picked up his hat and am Katie O'Shea of Eltham go into the witness box and fight this isn't sense. Isn't this what .'

Tbotn.w.' Supt. urLEt3t3. seas. :. ''eft them. ;enteel, well-behaved correct. I'vesat you as (I'm prepared to do. It won't you've always wanted? Freedom, I I

A vorn.ng Worship, 11 a. m. U5 MITCHELL "That was a threat!" Maid Katie nt home for years reading he very nice for you If I say that for you, for us to marry? You .. I
U meets at 6:30: p. m. and I to shan't defend this case. And I ..t
S. y p. something near panic In her voice. :books and playing the piano and you conspired together
EvenwH; Worship. 8:00: p. m. "Yes I know" being polite to acquaintances. But get Charles to the house to use won't either. If you want a thing

S. S Teachers: Meeting, Wednesday SYNOPSIS-CharlpH Stof'wartl'urn..II ugo.Vhel'e..as you wantin' to It was the night of the receptIon -, now none of that matters. I'm de- him for your ends. If I say that as we have wanted to be free you

? m leader of the Irish N'ntionullttt go?" at which Gladstone was to announce i tet'mined to save the man I love at against myself, who'll the Court don't question how It comes. You .
."Jk Prayer service Wed "We don't really know" replied or me? I've got your take It when it comes" I ;
:\11.. Party, low fallen In his Home Rule Bill for Ire- no matter what COM!. I'm going to elleveyou : '
pesos' *:00 p. mMETHODIST. love with the estranged wife of Katie munching her potato land. Katie O'Shea had dressed for stop this divorce:' letters pressing me to ask' him to "Not at such a cost. If I don't

"CHl'RCIIKCV. u new fellow Irish member' of "I see, Just walk In', Well It's a the triumphal occasion In the white "What will you do to stop It?" dinner to see him at the House of defend the suit the world will believe ;
fine night for a walk for them that Commons" that you deliberately stole hlawife. I
*'> h'r Pastor Parliament'' Captain Willie dress with the white roses, that "You'll see
,* "
i likes It. When you're curtin' I The world will turn againstyou.
a. m. O'Sheu who has Induced his Parnell loved. Katie ordered the coachman to "That doesn't mean anything, I
Sunday, School-10 'spoRe It's 'You and me together It's more than your career,
Willie "
Worshlp-ll a. m. wife to his election expensesunder "Katie, I've never seen you lookso drive to the hotel at which Katie.
Morning -7:15: p. m. threat of living with her love never mind the weather love,' lovely," he murmured. lived She told a page boy to announce "Not if I say more' That you I'm fighting for; It's your destiny.

Evening worth. \Vorlhlp-8 League p. m. uguln. Heal..o Induce her to Good luck sir Good luck, lily "I should for your triumph to Willie that two ladleswere and I plotted to ensnare him that You can't destroy that. What you t

Wednesday at invited Pumell to dinner to further They wandered on, Katie snuggling Charles The great night Is here calling adding that they were you told me to get him to make: have worked for, Home Rule, la
prayer meeting( hid political ambition The against! Pat noil's arm. at last! 'an you believe It?" I expected love to me-that I tried, and succeeded bigger than your career. It's a.

8 YoT'ai-e Invited to all these service result Is that Kittle O'Shei full "Charles Stewart Parnell, the man "I can when I see you lookinglike "Katie! Aunt Ben! This Is a if you like-and that when whole people-all the dreams you
In love with Purnell, nurses him who won Home Rule for Ireland that surprise!" Willie exclaimed as he you came for your reward and filled have held out to them will he dash (

*. In her home when he it III, I"l and Katie O'Sheu walking along As Aunt Ben elaborately gown. opened the door, ., you turned to this. suit as a revenge ed to the ground! If this happens jl i
t.r..bytr ;;Church the means of Hearing him of eating hot potatoes!" she laughed eil. wearing all her jewels in honor "Yea," said Aunt Ben "I am sure ?" It's got to be good-bye." ; :
Pastor "I know now, It's what I've always that when the said' two ladles He took her by the shoulder i
RM George K. Lowry the charge of complicity in thePh".n' )f the occasion, joined them they boy "You wouldn't date! You'll destroy
Sunday Services: '" Park' murders.. And wanted to do- .eat hot potatoes heard a man's voice at the door you never thought It would be us." yourself ha..elJ! leave Kng- "None of this will happen. Katie. \
Sabbath School. with you." asking Nora: "And to what am I Indebted?" We shall not defend the case.!, Forbetter
DU. land
10.00 a. now she and Purnell are' awaiting I II
Worship. She pleased his arm close. "Weare "Does Mrs Katherine O'Shea he asked nonchalantly. or worse this thing has hap '
Morning .
D-00 a. m. the reception at uhlch Gladstone "Oddly. Willie, I don t care.You'd
'courlin.1 Charles. Wasn't that "' Katie In I pened. It mean a fight but I've
4 30 p. m. Young People's .Is to announce his bill for live here? replied businesslike better realize that""She'll
Service Irish home little. charming! What do you Imagine "Yes but she's Just going out." manner. "Willie, I want you do It, Willie\ ," said Aunt never been afraid of a fight. IIIhan.t
Sermontstte by Pastor. made him think so?" "1 shan't kep her a minute" to withdraw this suit for divorce." Ben. "You'd better withdraw the be now, with you beside mi!.

Midweek Service: "Only fools or lovers would be Parnell stepped Into the tinte- "Why, that's what you've always suit Without you there'd he no heartIn

'30 m. Mission Study. out on a night like this. room. ."Who are you What do asked for!" "I can't." me to go on. I shan't lose. The '
7 p.
g 30 p. m Prayer Service. Chapter Nina "It Is strange us two together In I you want ?" "I know but now I ask you to "Come, Aunt Ben," said Katie, Party will stand by me. It's never t.

the fog lost out of the world. "I want to see Mrs O'Shea." He withdraw It. If it's a. divorce ;you calmly. "I've said all I want to ." failed me yet. All I ask la you. II-
"Baptist Church OUT OF TUB FOG There Isn't world. Charles. I They can't refuse me that." :
gtnaewood any walked past Parnell Into the hall. want let me divorce you, or else Back at home, Katie found Par- "
Hemingway. Pastor They have taken It "I'm afraid Charles afraid! I
111\ L. away. "Are you Mrs. 0 Shea? you name some other man no nell waiting for her She explainedthat
Services every Sunday Bible As Pa melt and Katie left the "I wish they had. -cleared It all : "Yes," replied Katie. Charles." she had gone to nee Willie, (To hf rnnllniHHl) i

giudy 10:13: a. m. Services at 3:30: Parliament building they found away like a stage set. Wouldn't "I've got a paper for you ma'am. "I'm afraid It's too late for that urged. him to withdraw the suit _- >.

o'clock In afternoon.HF.rllEL themselves In a fog an thick that you like to go on walking In the I'm sorry but .. He handedher now" and failed Tampa's principal exports) ftr* 1'
they could distinguish nothingmore fog like this until we walked right phosphate, lumber and canned cit .Jf j
and turned to Par.
BAPTIST CHURCH an envelope "Why did you choose this moment "1 want you to listen to me,
Kev. L. ,I. Donnley, Pastor than three feet away. So absorbed out of"it and left it nil behind forever nell. "You're Mr. Parnell, aren'tyou to divorce me? Out of spite? Charles, quietly It isn't easy, rus. t t }i

first Sunday were they In each other, so ? ?" What harm have I done youorhe what I've got to say. Please' don'tmake I
Services every happy that Gladstone was to Introduce "This from a man who has "Yes." refuse to It difficult I told
School 2:30: p. m. either- except get u more Your Service ;. :
Sunday At
Bible Study and Prayer Services an Irish Home Rule bill I achieved his life's ambition! she "There's one for you, too, sir"He position for you that you had no Willie that I am going to defend' ,

Saturday: night. that they quickly lost their way. riled thrust another envelope intoParnell' right to ask for?" the suit. And my defense means r
every They wandered on uncaring for In "That's just It. I have realizedit hands and quickly left thehouse. "Is tarnishing my honor no that I can't see you again. You'vegot it,
St. Mark' Episcopal Church the fog they felt alone, cut oft and now I don't want to go on. Parnell turned at Katie's harm? Stealing my wife ?'' to be clouted at nil costs- even

Morning prayer and Sermon on from the whole world from every- Now I'd like to let someone else toneless "Charles!" and found her "I'm as much your wife now as nt the cost of my denying you. my j:

the second and fourth Sundays alIt thing but their happiness. A car take over and just walk away Into staring at the paper delivered to I've been for years." love for )'ou." ";I

a m. Holy Communion Saints: riage was waiting for them, but the fog with you until we came her. I "Having him living In your "Katie, are you mad ? You can't ; '

Days at 10 a.. m. Litany and choir they had no idea in which directionit out somewhere In the sunshine by "What la'It, Katie ?" asked Aunt house! What does that make me defend this' suit!" ,/1

practice every Friday night at 7:30p. might me. They guessed at their ourselves, on a blue and gold morn-\ Ben. look like?" "I'm agonizingly sane, Charles. WITH AMERICAN j

m: I.i .. .. I whereabouts in London laughed In;;." "Aunt Ben. darling!" cried Katie. "You've known that for three This Is the story I'll tell: that Wil- GAS AND OlLSiBennett's I

I f and disputed- -and continued walk It was some hours later when at "Ira Willie. He suing for divorce months-more- -and you've never lie and I conspired to get you to I .I I.I 1

ChrUtlan' Church i ing on."Charles". last they reached Eltham. As they' and naming Charles as co-respond said a word till now. Why not ?" make love to me u plot from the Serv. Sta.

Services at the Christian Church she laughed, "do you let themselves In, Aunt Ben held ent. I "I don't believe In hitting a man beginning against you," AND I.I'NCH ROOM ; 1:

every Sunday morning and evening know that we ale lost? Only a few up a finger for them to be quiet. I "Well, he's chosen a good moment _
at eleven and seven o'clock respectively I Ij
j for It, hasn't he? said the
\ I''f'
I I luld lady turning to hide her tears. I

"Tomoirow this will be In every I jjjws :
hingsley Luke Baptlut Church paper." I II

Rev Ivan Bohannan Pastor I "Tomorrow yes, but so will : !
fourth I
Preaching services every "
Home Rule, said I'.irnell. .
10:30: o'clock A. M. ,
-unslay. I a ia ia'r !
( liiiit|
yy'Y v ) 'd h i.
BOB JONESComments UII.IJK'S lat'ca:: : a t

Three grimly silent snt f.
persons ,
On Here 1
in the carriage that drove away ,

And Hereafter I 4, 5 from Eltham for Gladstone s reception EM1NOLEJACKSONVILLE I;
each Immersed in his own
,' sot rowful thoughts. What effect a,
It Is never right to employ an would. Willie's suit for divorce and is? It'I

Immoral method to put over a good the naming of Pat'nell US co-te- '

cau e. \ governor of a state hua ,gip; y opondcnt have upon the Irish leiul- 4'475

no moral rljsht\; to buy legislators er's career. upon Home Rule for GARNETI ANDREWS.(*..*.. l

ami debaunch character In order Ireland ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT AMmodern '

to put ovei) even a good social pro. As they drove tluougli London'sAII'e..Ls Artpoof hotel lit thS httrt of down-. ,
Ns JoclilofivilU. Every .oo..h fab iftrjthwm. !H 1
gram V.'e are commanded to go 1' "qy MI Parnell ut length spoke. toN urcMr ceiling fort, radio, UttaolvntriMt
into< nil the world and preach the i'T "Katie, please StY something., d..s., BerJ with htnertpnnejBMtlreM $'
end n.dn, lase.l Running ice) 1 71,
G( spat' tI'el'Y cteature. I am u You've bat like that the wholeway.
d for floo
I "I've got o paper 3'0"m'am. ercie on every
minute I go to a city and find a I'm sorry, bu/ I m afraul Charles, Alt CONDITIONED 'F'
vacant! null and ask the man to "'-'Il' >le Isn't anything to say COCttlAll IOONGI COfltl SHO
I"nllnt! the hall so I can carry out except to be thankful he's timed it RiMe-Sfciflo RiveM 6.l .. 1:

tlu divine commission of preach just too late to damage you to I TIRooeMflTM .ORMUMS2.M ,

ing the Uospel. He tents me the feet from what 1 la practically your |r "Willie Is here In the drawingroom. night." I when he's down" "Who will believe! such a story?" I 40 ROOM $100 (4 ROOM IJ.SO r
hall. I lefuse to him. I use think if we He's been here an hour. He "I wonder said
pay front door! Do Aunt Ben,
you "
"That's verp noble of you, said I I "Kveryone. If I tell it against! my. $ I.dwW wr.n :
an informal method to carry out a rtiouteU--" wants to see Charles "What are those newsboys shout.I y+
I ,
divine, commission. That U wrong ". I "I'll go In and see him," said I ing ? I Aunt Hen bitinxly.I self Only, to make convincing\ rouwo a..4M '
1 "Shouted what ? he uslced.{ I I ""'illie. you must withdraw this' nl A Irs No et oia r ))1
It Is never neceaaaiy to Jo wrong "I don't know, What does one Parnell, and acceeded to Katie's request "Kxtia! Pall-Mall extra!" shouted HUlt. pleaded Katie. you must jfo IIWILV from hen, from -

to achieve a good end. shout? That we're lost-Parnell to be with him. They found the boy running to the openedcarriage "I can't." I me, forever. It will prevent there ,
I with Clara. Katiegot
a a I Willie talking window "Parnell named
and Kate O'Shea. I "Surely Willie," said Aunt Ben, ..
Wf Christian people get in n rid of her ulster by Haying that In divorcelrlsh! leader In divorce!" ,. r
hurry to uccomplish good results I "Wouldn't that be advertising It Aunt Ben wanted to see her The carried turned the corner "a little money would remove the #
tarnish from honor I'll dou
i little ? your
and sometimes we resort to wrong i "Congratulations, Mr. Parnell into St. James' Square across For
methods to help God carry out His "Well then Just Parnell. Help! siiM Willie. "That was a great ; which stood Gladstone's house brilliantly ble your allowance It's Expert RepairingSmith's
"No. It's use. a question
; no
plans I am a prohibitionist. When Help! Parnell Is lost!" triumph for you today You're bigger lighted for the reception. i of wife's honor"

1 was a boy prohibition speakers "If It were the Conservatives than ever noW-:" Newsboys were rushing across the "It's my the first time money's been
used to say, "It is wrong to sell 1 who heard you. they'd leave me "Thank you. What' did you want atieet. selling papers I to the guests of no use to you! Listen to me, '

\\hlske)'. It la wrong to break up I I here." to see me about? alighting from their carriages."The Willie O'She-i, on the day that you Garage !1.:1':

humei and make little children cry They heard a noise of faint music "I called at your office but you people are going in," said withdraw thin suit, I'll settle

for bic.nl" Prohibition was gaining made vailous turns! and detours had gone. It's about myself. Isn't I Katie lifelessly I twenty thousand pounds on you

ground. We prohibitionists! got In I and finally came upon the It time something. happened tome "Ate we?" asked!' Aunt Een. And then never see you again. It Phone 120 to

a Awry to dry up America so instead ''origin of the sound a Cockney ?" I "I couldn't now," repliedKatie will be cheap at the price,"

of continuing to say "It Is hurdy-gurdy man. Pat nell questioned "Happened to you ?" Pat'nell "Charles"Drive t "Twenty1! died Willie his face Wrecker Service Day Night '

wrong to sell liquor," we said "IIWill him and learned the orj an. :'elgned not to understand, I to the Irish Party of. f'u hinj"No.. It's no ue, Aunt or

help business to get rid of sa grinder had no more Idea of where "I feel that I should be some flees," Hdinell Instructed! the Ben It's out of my hands now,"

hens We won by appealing. to they were than they bad them thing better than, a mere M. P. by couchnian. He got out in fiont of "In whose hands U It then ? WhoIs

the ,orlfmh Instincts of Americana selves. He was principally con- now. After all. I'm pretty CORe: to I the. House of Commons. "Are you behind it ?" Willie did not answer 't1c

Later times got hard and the whiskey erned lest his newly Imported you. You've been our guest here sure you and Aunt Ben will be all and the old lady cried: "I ,

people said, "Liquor Is being monkey, used to tropical atmosphere for the last four months. Everyone tight? You don't mind driving knew IIt's\ more than spite** It's

drunk in America anyway. Let's should catch cold In Lon knows that. Don't I deserve a little alone ?" politics--such a clean game! WhoIs LEDGER OUTFITthe I

IfiMIi/.e; It and get some taxes so don's chilly fog. They learned recognition ? Some more Important "Of course not." It? The Irish Loyal and! Patriotic .

\lot! won't have to pay so much taxI that his hurdy-gurdy played but position ?" I "Don't worry Everything will be Union?" ,

So whiskey came back. It Is .our tunesthe national airs of "Such a* ? Parnell observed. -I all right. He went up to his office "I can't tell you," replied Willie

wrong to sell whiskey. Liquor does England. Ireland, Scotland and i and dictated a letter to Gladstone squirming. I

not help business but even if sellIng Wales. He had got the Instrumentfrom "You'll have the right to nominate asking. If in the view of the announcement "They've tried.. to ruin Charles t ti

liquor should stimulate busintm an Italian fifteen years be- Chief Secretary when you I In the newspapers, his before," said Katie. "Rememberwhat

it would still be wrong to sellII. fore.: He was very talkative agreed have your own Parliament In Ireland presence at the .reception would happened to Pigott Willie.

No reform will ever be permanent I hat the four tunes It played were ," Willie said coolly prove embarrassing to the Liberal They used him too." 1

that is bused on any Idea ex- ather symbolic."It Parnell's astonished "What? I Party leader. He ordered the letter 1I

cept the idea of right Do right because is intering sort of symbolic and Katie's admonitory "WIUI!" I delivered at once and the answer

it la right to do right. It Take Ireland for example"I'd -" were spoken simultaneously' I brought to him at the House of .ft.HfAOM raVBANCeBFwerrs

ones pay j to do right but If we do rather not if you don't "Well, don't I deserve it?" Commons / / a

right Just because it pays to do mind" said Parnell. ""'I' must get' "I don t think so" retutned Par- ; The carriage had gone but a few .

right' then we are not really doing along." He gave the man some nell. "Why do you?" I blocks: from St. James' Square A d ndabl CoUi
p .prescription for
tight "My importance to the Party Katie O'Shea her
We when composure
are living selfish lives.
Chill F. Malaria and Influenza
.Tioney. T.r, ,
him talk "Your Impoitance to the Party! recovered, spoke determinedly to ,
r.t "Why wouldn't! you let Atdrug Stoma 25e or lend stamps to 6t
Ms Stanley Baldwin, wife ofB'lUm's I bout Ireland?" she asked."When Fainell put wounding contempt Into : her Aunt I I ...than. ) Drn- CaJaekionville.FUKT x xt
those word-t. "You have none! --------------- :
wholelife :
former > ;:
prime you ve spent your j-
111)3'' r great. lls-' I should be \betraying the whole
dulty nutrition has a I talking about a subject or jI THE MOST orr OK voi'K" MOTOR WITH
that I believe
de,1I Irish I
to do talking Putty everything
with deaths of mothers. .enlng to other people R.VB1T
--.------ I bout It there comes a time when in!" I K OOLMOTOR 11I
j. "
Ill's. S'HEDIILE you need! a rest from it." j.I "That means no' questioned
I "What would you like to talk' Willie his eyes cold GASOIiNE'" AND! OILS I I An exceptional valul. Consists oi s
Sauthbouna "I'm fluid so." I f 1\ F. STATIO.NS: '! IN KKAIIFOKIt ('OI NTi' ARE AT lOl'K loose Uai ladrjnr binder 2OO ledger

N N"" "05- Due Starke 5:15: p.rn. I about ? other subject "And that's the thanks I get for sr.KtlCKMTII: A (OMI'I.KTE LINE OF sheets t and A-Z, 26 division leather

'NI.. 207 Due Starke 11:13: p.m. "I have What only would one you likoto! talk befriending you when all the world I CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS lab Index.I Bound In durable/Imitation I}

N, 203.) Due Starke 12U p.m. you. was against you. Letting you stay TIRE NEXT: TIME YOI'K MOTOK ICI'.NS'" HOT. LET Til.\TKOOL.MOTOK leather, color red or black. Steel
about ? back with 4..lomaboloclnAq device.
.01. -Due : KKOM ONE: ; OF THESE
Starke 10:20 a.m. .iere.:
Foodshe laughed./ "It's very Push bufon for quick op.ning no key required. Sheets are wait*
SOl thhoundN unromantic but I urn hungry." I "Ch i-Iell has been here as myguest STATIONS: I orydale ledger paper lubitaaae.. .. Sheet ill* 6 r 9J j !lachei.BRADFORDCOUMTYTELEGRAPH.
said Katie. Dad Penders 13-28
t02 wandered on in search of I Kitty's -- !E91xk

Aa 204: Due Due Starke Starke 4:13 1:50:: p.rn.p.rn .i restaurant They and came upon a hot said"That's her husbinct.a dangerous' "Once admission"again 1 West End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker) No. u..rJptlo. PW.Iwh.
J '
Na :lOt). barrow They bought pota.ccs 020003 O.lit-Red $1,00
Due i Ruby Ledqer
potato "
Starke 9:15 I
: p.m. : Mr. Parnell what do I get? D. E. ROBERTS AgentBRADFORD
N 2IJDu. '. and asked the man If he knew 020007 Ruby Led"er O..tht-BI. 4 00 r
Stutke 3':5: am ,
: "Nothing till you prove your I
21Due Starke 8:05( where they "
that was the worth to Ireland and the Party. SPRINGS
Stllrke Ouv'nor i
g'rvics Bus Arent: Beasley'li Road when last IIicen "I think you are making a mis-i
Vauxhall Bridge I
Station opposite cuurtkonee Id lie
hours take. I thought we" cot
) ) It That was

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Bradford GIVES
Telegraph I
County TOO ( 0. TKI.K.r.KAPII:
Growers TotcJ How I IN SKEET SHOOTW.
Established 1877VYEAVBER.!\ (Continued from One) FiNE START

r r / == : Ing. When this wus .not done in SCORE OF. FORTYFOUKOUT It Produces Fine
=T B, KIV County Agent T. K. McClane Jr OF FIFTYOver TUh&n,
lime for the water to diffuse Itself ,
IflTFLORiiw PRESS ASSOCIATIONS \ .i'rptmrr. Flrtrtda Prp*.. A.... this week issued the following instructions Retains Mo'sture.
through every sheet some one: hundred Interested and
Sen Island
t. were too wet for the Ink to stick enthusiastic spectators watched

r .. :74nwatL :J 'Gtdzi CLEVELAND- never could eeany tnd the print was dim. The read- growers" here: thitty-thrre gun club members and _SOIL FBOMPFIHST -
In call In' folks that Insist "Pick it Immediately after the : FURRoW
point era then believed their eyesightwas /
other shooters Thursday afternoona
Published Weekly I on Fridays and Entered as Second Class on llvln1 up In this neck o' the failing. The Telegraph used bollt have opened fully. Unless the the airport luring the regular I !n 'r' .

:Mutter at the l'i*t Office at Starke, FloridaE. wooJa DamyunkeeK for when you' patent Insldea. ," fumlshed ready I'utlon Is picked, promptly, the skeet shoot ( !,:! / '
around the
,- take em by and large they area printed by a syndicate. This was biscts or leaf ruffles After 1,300 rounds had been fired 1'ltllJh1it' mll'! ,;', hI,
mighty nice crowd. But conslj- bolls may be pressed Into the cot ,
kept profound secret, for it was I ,
Editor and OwnerSiriJSCUII'TION a ', Charles Darby was the highscoret' / \ ;. 'tPi.L
Mattheus: ___ ___ erin' what they put up with In the claimed that the entire paper was ton by heavy rains and small part of the afternoon with a record \J I .4 ". .

;. A'ay of climate I for I we might be printed at home. The Insides were icles of leaf trash will become mix- % LAST if. t
of out of with
forty-six fifty .
more than justified if we termed well printed while the home ed with the filler." Heavy rains also FUHROW 'FIRSTJ V

'j I Yearly.' $1.50; Six :Months. 75c-Payable in Advance 'em Dumbyankeea for the poor I!!; was the reverse. Some production beat In dirt especially on the lower W P. Smith out a close of fifty.second Jimmy withfoityfour SOIL FHOM J :
critters swelter In slzzlin' heat In bolls. '
Adiertising! Kates on Application [ readers were sorely puzzled over Brownlee came In third with forty-
: I the Bummer and freeze, to death this matter of difference in print, "Avoid picking weevildamagedlocks i
and fourth to Max. TRENCH
one. placewent
; I.MAMM: FOKCETTINI; ; ABOUT $50.000! most of the winter and have to and the only logical conclusion they and mixing with good bright ey Carter with a forty. Other high OF MGnWOl' .1I '
push each other around all the could arrive at that the cotton. If these damaged[ stained
c Some fjeople)) are mighty careless about their money. Not year through lo get left at the post printers'must be drunk was half of the locks are picked and ginned with I scorers were Eldieclge Smith. Merrill >, '\ l .ill"- "' !

I only do they throw it away on various stocks and bonds that In the popular pnat-time of makln' time. the good brIght cotton. the grade George McMillan Inmun; Jim Billy Godwin G I' a ham.Fred USE SOtL's.1-:' ..'"':I., ";it.TJ'iII' 'i:

so-called iIvin.I '. will be lowered Stained Sea Island -
are not worth the paper they are written on, but a recent report Later the proprietor had the luck Moore, J. B. Alexander Pee Wee FROM FII1StFURPOW ;"': ,
came here a week and cotton Is difficult to sell, and TO
up ago .
Hoard) shows that $189,0J,000: ( to buy, cheap, two Gordon job ... ...A,
Monk DInkina .
of the Federal Reserve ( have been Just about as comfortable will not bring as high a price as Dampier W. P. FILL LASTFURROW ...... '., ...
has been left in banks by dejxisitors who placed it there and at. a teak on a griddle from presses salvaged from a fire in bright cotton. Be sure, therefore Smith, Jr., Floyd Green and Bill _.Z'J= :.0---:;-.... .
Thomasville, Ga.
were scour-
,,".. all ubout it. the day. I arrive.! Instead of just They to sort or pick out any stained or Mundy. How to Trench )Oil.
then apparently forjrot ed and oiled, but would not work
shinln' on you like It does down In damaged. locks before ginning Scores had much_ higher '1"\'t'- Two morn can not be", about
t This huge sum represents: the forgotten acounts of 5- (I-'lotIda the cockeyed sun bears before Mr. Moitt the blacksmith Tula damaged cotton should be age than the two former shoots the 1'1'01'.1; P mraiin' >t '"ir gJr

6.16.0 absent-minded:: people. Most: of the amounts are :small! down up here 'till you Just natu- had i'oient hit places.'em with They a hammer were as In temperamental dif-- kept apart, from the blight cotton I and the number of shor/tera! and den the work soils of,.befur culii., ,pl.intm. : 'c If,V ball

-some just: a few cents yet 1.211 of them run between $10-1 rally melt and start to trickle like as prima donnas and und glpnecl and baled separately spectators continued V to to Increase saved by having the'l ,b,
% le'iky' hydrant.; If there 'Is enougn to justify! I weekly. ly r!
000 and ;$:;:>(0.000. Sixty-five accounts are for more than ; "Svoul! "Pick when + in' .
Today fur the temper- cotton la thoroughly V start plant ; We hi ffM, le,4
example then let .alone for an '
They were
000. Imagine rKuttinr you deposited) a tidy little :sum like Iry If possible. Before storing, sun talk bout the ph.vsi
iituti went up to 100 In the shade huff July Prison RecordSupt. ,
'I hour or BO, to let their evaporate of garden soils physu,
ami the taken 'jid dry the seed, cotton thorough- Hi 'IMtu'''
that reading was on
and became tractableagain. : L. F. said
j they Chapman yesterday -! being/ !the fineness of <
$$1 fit J: I In view of America's: reputation) for money madness and Lakeside, Avenue. Imagine It ever lit until the seed cracks when seven inmates diod one was I absence of lumps i

find !>.om.flOO(): () I lying idly gcttin 100 In the shade by the side pressed between the teeth. Seed paroled and fifteen were pardoned which It can be worked Ilirlleng'
t w dollar digging, it i in surprising: to $18 of a Florida lake! But you can't With the presses came also a paper cotton which it the Florida State Prison.
: around with nobody to claim it. However a bill is being :sponsored make these folks realize how cool cutter, causing the' senior prim.tee become off color and will not be baking after a r.in. jinoabsorbs e'',
: oth- '
to shed tears of joy. Those ford during July. Twenty-six
the government to take charge and comfortable It really Is down wnith as much aa. bright cotton.Proper moisture. The > I Itt< \I":
':iI in the Senate allowing Jays paper for posters did not picking and drying in the era completed their sentences and followed by Old World gjrdi:: en

,1 -after proper( lIotice-of money forgotten for more than our'way.for They Insist on feelin'501'l come already cut to size, but it had sun insures better ginning higher were released during the month. spading thiir gardens t h ,l]
y anybody that lives even The superintendent stated 101prisoners of the spade in depth is V ,
, to be cut at home by main strengthand g'IK 051
for the lint and
twenty two miles SOUTH prices better
years. of 'em. Digging two
\ "spits" dl't.p
were committed to the ivy cat
,;\;, awkwardness. If large batch
,,") --0--- Sume of you Floridians that planting seed. it. This .nethod of preptrllR |II!,
Institution during the month. At
the of
es were required pile paper
,It whine around about It's beln hot I "Sea Island cotton of course, soil gives a double decK ft ,i\l ft., |itt
'' IDEA WE I1OEWe I the end of the the
, i A MISTAKEN was laid on the floor. an iron month prison
must be gardens. one right on t
roller to. 01|
ought to come here for a few ginned on a or Sea ih-
, ; : have always had an idea-for no particular reason- daya. Then you could back "chase" was laid upon it, one side Island cotton gin. I population. was 1497.. oilier and a chance for the cooti( a
go thelevU" --. the plant o Ru!' dee i Itt, i then
serving at a straight-edge: i f In.'
4 i', that paper mills must be situated where water transportationis home and really appreciate the advantages was told to stand on the "If there are any upland cottonor Slot Machine Funds and moisture whet the stufjie' n.ii
idea of a sure nuff AIR-CON mixed cotton stalks growing becomes hausln,
have the ply :
available. However, it seems that we wrong chase to hold things down, whilehe I
DITIONED state. among the Sea Island cotton they Tux Collector C. A, Knight yesterday .
: according to a prominent scientist who recently addressedthe : senior, by means of an old should be -
I rogued out or the cotton said that Bradford Countyhad I
of Commerce in Gainesville. _hlltptlAr_______ _kflff_____. _held'___ _In_ both__n.. _hAntl._____.. Members of AuHltulias: Davi:
Junior Chamber should not be realized from licensed
;f' oertalnly picked with $690 team allowed :
You'd are $) '
think 000
bavin' the finest exhibit worried the sheets asunder, muttering -, cup >e>j
'f.. 1 "Gainesville can have a paper mill with $100.000 a week on the Exposition grounds anathema the while. Cardsvere : the Sea Island cotton. And for the slot-machines for the period begin- for expenses.

' l payroll, if they want it," the speaker said. He refuted the would be enough, but it seems that cut one at a time. on a primitive sake of quality cotton next year ning October 1, 1936 and ending
: Floridians the ,seed from Sea Island cotton, October 1, 1937. Due to a recently rive and IIHH made. .
Just never satisfied uppll m I m
' 4 l. idea that lack of water transportation: ) would prove: a handicap at least not those identified card cutter. that has off-type plants in it or If tnacted law. slot machines will be tux (..'..d tfi hv iMHtied. (lit. Sail i"

'I' ; ; to the establishment\ of a mill, and quoted Dr. Charles! with Floilda National Exhibits- Much Ingenuity was evlnc..dNhcn :t is grown nearer than one mile to :illegal In Bradford County after dexcrlbfil vertlfIrate property eitibrMcvM I In I llx tin "lollnwn' utity I II i iKractrord .,

1/ eel tllin type letters gave out. upland cotton (short staple), October 1.Sternberg. State nf Klorlil.i ln.mi'
the subject saying that more than and yesterday we went a step far VVV
;t Herty, an authority on as Jo me other letters turned upside ''hould be sold and North-Half of Lots I""I"! itt.,
sent to oil millr --- ,
ther to Forty-two & KOIIV-I lh.
prove our < |h iiVVftfidlitlvn.
,; ., seventy percent of all'paper mills! in the United States and supiemacy.When Jown could be used. A "P" could > used us manure and not for seed. On Vacation Met-tloll t l":I Tt *liii|
Earl Brown
came tip here 5 lout ii. : i'.".,
HuiiKf 2 >i
inland and from towns. be made by cutting the curlicue off Theie will\ be plenty need! for
Canada are away port early In the summer to Met up out pure talnlnir 15 .ac-rm. inorr. "' l...
'n "R"; an "1'" could similarly be planting next year." N. Sternbeig. popular owner of The UMHeHHinent, of HIP iiij (imp I Itrty
which is considered faster Fxhiblt: he .
"Cheap railroad transportation, : brought lung the tam under tlia said 4'i-Liri' (
.node from "E" and Or < n I ''I1/ 1
an so .he
0:1. Sternberg store here left Tuesday
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1\ ', than water travel, is j just as satisfactory to paper manufacturers lly cat "Shanghai" and ever since the same letter, but from, a larger for various parts In North Carol was hi the said iitim ffl-Mfk-lttV,of HHIMIH P II jitfnllKK I linV .run. ...
his arrival "Shanghai" bus been I Audit To Arrive .. ,
I' ," the speaker said. He also derided the idea thatodors as ilze couM be worn down on a Inn where he will\ spend a two iiiil' l arcrirdlrtt' I tn Ianh .imp I
much at home here as he was down "rly ( community. I brickbat and made to fill the bill. Supt. A. J. Crlffla said yesterday wetks vacation. th" hllfh..t Ill4ll-| lit "h i 'llllhiillNt /
. from themills make them objectionable a In Florida.A '
tlour on I lie rll'" .M I jdn) t tIhr I'
big beautiful Persian. he During the early years of thiscentury .hat copies of the audit recently ': : : month III I ).'toto'r. t Iii7! : ..hl"t tI
the saloons were voted out :nule of his office will probably ar- xrru'.; or "pPl.IIIoI'OK \ I lln> 4th . roams about the Exhibit, stretches TAX i...:,-:UHI. I Mulct, ) Ihl I, VQth: t il.iv. c.lIIUM 1 '
It 1:4: comforting to learn that inland towns like Starke i>ut on the front verandah of the of Starke and J. C. Crabb. a sa- Ive here Monday where one copy ....* Bill !S... .u:lt I 1117:1 .
forever excluded from all industries loonlst, left town in disgust. Ma- ',Ill be filed in his office and one In NOTIC'12; IS HEREBY JU K.V, That (O"'I"leIAr t!.. "r.)
t :'.:1'.1 Gainesville\ are not Manor House or suns himself in tj. C. (*)t-iniiiiN, Hiid Kny <'lemoiiH. A. J. THOMAS: ,
, the patio to be jor Matthews then bought the the office of clerk of the ciicuit3ourt. .iiouli-r. ) nf'a-ii'i I or TUX I'..rll rll-HI.. \". t'lBik of flit-nit' ('n./i otHnttlford
have and
fortunate to water petted admiredby
simply because we are not enough 'mlldlng C'rabb had occupied and I 147. l 1"tti.ct, 1 th* 6th day of A".."..,. I'oiinly, Flnrlili
thousands. .\. I'. l'jz't.! IIUM. filed fume i In, my of- H-27-1Jt-9-
transportation. moved his prlntery into It. and It Is
Like all Tom cats, he Indulges'n
It is probably true that these things come to communities occasional excursions, and haMJLCn still there. The floor was In a very

y that work ceaselessly! : for them and not entirely because of the ; seen in all purls of the Expo- bud shape and until a concrete
floor could be laid, ,the boards of-
natural advantages that can be offered. I'I ic.tlon: giounils. Everybody knows. ten bioke under the feet of the I
iiim und he I la recognized 113 an of.id
o I printers. A little girl came in one I
-I member, of the Florida ExI .
SKINS l(; Ol' THE I TIMES POINT STKAICIIT:I AHEAD: I hiUt staff. :I II ': Jay, and after viewing the pitfalls\ !
' leclared, It was "tht. holiest flo
; There is:! a growing feeling that Hradford County is: on 1 No v ,one of the entertainment "the had ever Been" Once a U ami
the eve of an era of prosperity mid( progress such: as has:! not I ihU being featured here punter, having: a wooden leg, wa
;year lj n trained cat act. Kach::
'c been enjoyed here i. many many years. A good many ele- i ,aitein. n theMe trained cats appear I1I1'e.l.lis attificial apptniUi;,?
brolce through the floor and, slue(
rru'iui contribute't to this i general opinion i bxpreMil! iccciiilyby : ." ll.e: ,I).':'ge and put en a. piofes- and
fast the man had to be tin
Clerk of the Circu't' Court' A. J. Thomas 1. among many other i .-.uiial! Losing exhibition during strapped firrti it befjie II (OL t! P ne

' >l. ',I which they liowltj emit and the yowla.usual lilooclthiMty pulled up. He wwoce he uou'J 3i I I ;

The clerk's office is a pieHy t accurate guide to what is .'_;-iur.tly: "Shanghai"::; h a d for damigos, but hiving boer glen I Delivery
, money to buy a plnt, of bootleg
' going on and what expected) to tstt-e place, in the commun ) -moil li\i: monkey business just I with, he Ic-t it gu at that GI1.1 1 lt'"t: -
about es lon as he for
It is in constant touch with people and all financial matters :: could yes- town. 'I '
l"'I'I"| <-. I
iinbckr.c-.vn to at
', land transactions, and other activities: naturally center I rb. .Kxhth, he left the scene anyone of hIs Upon moving to the new quarters SUGAR 5 Lbs.I10LK 25 JELL-0: j"j"Pkg Sc

' around this: offue. If the feeling there is optimistic, then I .1tisI! pf let, noon siesta on the a rebuilt cylinder press was ;
I font of procured and new material was I
atepi the Manor House
optimism be accepted the keynote throughout the \\ GRAIN ---- -
can at and added. The fate of the old< 1W.llJ iFLFq1Iqrju i
I I jouineyed u quarter of a mile
county. across the grounds to I the locattlonof job press has always been a mys-
RICE 5 Lbs.
The approval' by the1'A of a central farmers market I the much-publicized cat battle. I tery. One thing Is sine: no one gota 21c : FLOUR 24 Lbs. The
chance to use it as a nucleus for .
1 rye, big land transactions in the western part of the county, He arrived just as the two felines a new la Starke. It I
were In the middle of their newspaper A III A IT A C' I A M \\\\'F.II. HOI'SKCOFFEE
interest manifested !by the new paper mills in this section, a I fko' quarrel with thousands of may have been broken to pieces Lbs. 25c I I

moderate buikuiig! : boom thrpugbout! tile county, all add up) to spectators watching the show. Be with an axe )2CANM'U I Lb. 29c
Well by this time the nKJie,'; '
iore ( _
conclusion is the back and anyone saw "Shanghai" or '
: one : Prosperity: definitely on way of the '
knew what was happening he period Telegraph was enJ- 10 LB i. IRISH ,
i increased activity can be expected in every line of local busi: leaped upon the stage and In less ed and the historian will have tj TOMATOES! Can 6c

ness.! No matter what your calling is, you should be on your than two minutes had! thrown both stop. Later came the renaissance -- PnT4TOESfHEESE 15c I

toes, ready to take advantage of approaching) pportunity of the professional fighting cats perlol and electric with a lights typesetting and Inter machIne yet! Nirt: FAT --
out of the
: when it comes your way. if\antic ring. calls the modem era with new pre"s33.folding .
phone began to HENS Lb. 16c Lb. 20c
; n ;ome In at the Florida Manor The machine, wire stitcher and ,

!MICHT HE INSTINCTIVE. HUT NOT COMMENDABLEIn jiilignunt showman raved and tore sundry other fine things all run

.ii.. hair because our Florida cat by electricity.; WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF PRODUCECHUCK
a few weeks! : now, slot machines: outlawed by the last!
lid' spoiled his act. The Exposl-: I l( the Telegraph's linotype operator -

It session of the legislature, will cease operation-at least le- lon management politely requestd 'I were of the jittery kInd. it PIIL$14U1tV

gally. Chances are that they will continue to run in the backrooms I that we explain the situation wouldn't do to let him know that '

!" and, urge that he lean a young man. Jeff Jones. was shot 99c
of some places! but not openly and without shame as STEAK Lb. 12c FLOUR 24 Lbs.
In from further Interference. to death at the very spot wLert t..e
has been the case since they were legalized in effort to
an 'Jin we of Floilila get a lot of satisfaction j machine stands, while the room

increase state tax: revenue. from the knowledge that wall a saloon. The murderer was

Shakespeare said "Gaming finds a man a cully and ; our Cracker Tom-cat knocked two Jerry Wills, a young hoodlum. But ROUND STEAK Lb. 17cSWUT'SJEWXt STEW Lb. IflcFLOKIDIAN

professional cat in op*la tor named Alblnsoo havIng
pugilists for a
leaves him a knave The profound truth in this quotation
heard of the
row of ash cans. occurrence, and ,

may difficult. for the young! fellow who has won a few .+- ...- that it took place during a thunderstorm

: ;. -""Twftes to- rid rstand.. butt6'the gambler :whose conscience i.sL CARD OF THANKS once during such a LARD 2 Lbs. 25c HAMS Lb. 27c'WhiteSIDEBACONlb')9c'
I ,
We wish to express appreciation itorm, refused to work swearing .
too.4tojsed, and .p the meaningiis as plain )
\ t yit hjsfernily I
N 'or the word, of sympathy and the that the spot was unlitcky and that

as day. amy beautiful flowers from our the lightning would be sure to ) MILK 3 Tafl 20c

George Washington: who lived in a period when the I ft lends during our recent bereave- strike him. As his services were

. vicious effects of the lottery had reached its crest, said of i mint. badlY needed just then, hla comrades
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns. had to almost force him to TUXEDO FEEDS

I/ambling: : "It is the child of avarice, the brother of iniquity, .. -- -_.. --- work. But Albinsoa'a trembling

and the father of mischief." fingers struck the keys 10 hard till QUALITY AT LOW COST

If outstanding men from Shakespeare to Washington so Back In Office half-a-dozen matrices would tumble We Have a Complete Line Of Feeds For All Purposes
Cumty Agricultural Agent T. K. over each other each time and -

' easily recognized the evils of gambling, we might wonder why McCl tne, Jr., after two weeks ab- the proof of his "galley" showed -

people of this continue to throw their :.ene from his oftlie because of mostly such gibberish as "Etaoln
era money away on sohui'e $2.15
'lliu'ss was bnck at his duties this MAsH SHORTS (Ga.S ;
:xznftff.cmfwypcmwfy ETAOIN.
u kad-ljt-at as the slot machine. The only answer is thet vrek. honing ratut ned< Monday -very h-PAno'.giwfo! a- lu.lu $2 85 .

argument;, advanced by some psychologists that gambling Is I noinlng. -- .._.VS..TI5F.T3ON- V I'E8t ",'3' ('. '4,

an instinct, inborn in the average man, and one that can n V V -- i : : ASSURED:

entirely eradicated. \I'1 Fischer Returns \ --- I SCRATCH $2.65 MEA L 1 6S

The Rev. W. A.. Fischer When need a laxative, t..ke j
; l Hut t''f'fif qrnntMiiiK: is IIn instinct this does not : pastor | you '
I Vt the Methodist Chuich: rctarredfu Rexall Orderlies., It tastes like I !I l'PH'ENTDAIRY
t sarily mean that It must be encouraged by placing Ill.ces'l ':s.'uy: iVom Hi-lino neir Pen- candy and acts gently and, thor- '

thf..ej: .! at the l1:41'oul: of every child who U tall in ,il.i. v.heie he conducted n ten- oughly. It Is (f ua i an teed to give | FEED $2.35 I RRAN 517S i

reach the lever. :Man has other instincts too that he must r rsvlvil: at hli clJ home church. satisfaction for it Is a Rexall '

learn to control and it is no' justification. ot gambling to Sit, \ '.'I If. Fischer. %vho visited In Tarni Product. Buy Rexall Orderlies at We Will Buy Yourggs- at 3 -: Below Jacksonvi11 l1M.et1'L. !
> during his absence, has also! re. I Iurned. the P.exall Drug Storethe )' ,
: that it I i.- Iii4tirutiv: I j' ell Drug Store in SUrke. Adv I "

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