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: September 9, 1938
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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HERE I II I I BROOKER TO i PECAN CROPEXPECTED |,i I eight Monday; o'clock night the,telephone shortly-at after the :-by had foot been when robbed Informed In Ocala that a bank and ,FOR ELECTION ,;?! f, : }

I home of Sheriff A. O. Andreu's Sheriff Andreu had detained the 1

LABORDAYCooperative GRAHAM WIRING rang. A voice on the other end of yeggs at the corner on which TUESDAY .I"'t'
j ; the line that of an official of the Freeman Register's< garage la lo : ;i' ,

-- i __ i Railroad Commission, cated.Another -. $
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I Sheriff Andreu that four automobiles Incident connected with
Plant Again \i Fifteen Miles Of Lines ; Cash Sales On Delivery1: had passed through Ocala I|I the ringing of automobiles enter- i Negro Registration la 11.tdl: I II ,

Managed fiji M. P. i Serve Forty Homes I Planned At Market about 8:15: P. M. containing forty Ing Starke came when Police Chief Largest In City's ,
Cubans enroute from Tampa to A. L. Alvarez suddenly flashed his I ?
MathenyStarkeites I I In Rural Area fly Manager Jacksonville.The light/<\ out for an approaching automobile History :' it:' .

think to halt. A woman sitting .
casual reader might; ---- ,
Wblk enjoyed a dip Fifteen miles of wire have been A cash market for Bradford there was nothing unusual about beside the driver quickly covered A large portion of 725: qualified ,\'i

In the surf at Kingsley and nearby strung In Bradford as a part of : County's approximately 200,000 that, but the story goes thusly: her face. The driver looked fright electors will go to the polls here '.; '14'
lakes "' loafed In the shade Mon, the Rural Electrification Admin pounds, of pecans, that will be The drlveis of the automobiles ened. The Chief explained his business next Tuesday, Sept. 13, to elect I. i.t I

day Labor Day snowy white i i istration's effort to give rural ready for market shortly after were wanted by the Railroad Commission and the lady uncovered her I" mayor marshal, city clerk and ; :'v i'i'l
cotton i he first of the 1938 homes lights and power. Oct. 1. Is one of .*..!. meat recent for transporting passengers face with a sigh\ of relief. i three councilmen. 4'',I'' 'I.

came from the local Sea season'l| r Wires have already been placedon problems of J. S. Lisenby, manager without a Railroad Commission An automobile containing eightor I I Interest centers around the race :I': i'';t I

here i' posts between Graham and of the local Farmer's mar- license tag. ten passengers, thought to be ) for mayor which promises a hot ..
of four to have
M P Matheny, of Tampa, who Brooker, and extend North of ket. Going Into rapid action, Sheriff one the alleged contest, the first to arise in a mu. :
carried on activities successfully I Brooker for about four and one- !, If worked right, what Is thought I Andreu went to Brooker and secured been engaged in Illegal transportation -I nicipal election here In several .1 ,'
of the Cubans, was detainedhere
last season, is back on the job and half miles towards New River. j i to be the making of one of the the aid of Fred Hazen an years.Dr. "i'
I for a short while but the occupants .
declared yesterday that "the quality Lead wires to the various country I best additional money crops for I Inspector with the Railroad Com soon proved their innocence \V. K. Mlddleton, ex-mayor.. '\, .,f ,'' I
ot the cotton this year Is much homes to be served have been installed the county, lies within the fact mission. With the assistance of friends In I vies with W. D. Wainwright Jr.. 1 /"
by contacting
better than last." and meters have been placed -|that Bradford County this year other members of the Sheriff's of. Jacksonville where they reside I local Insurance man, for the principal :{'//.M:I 1 I

He thinks, however, that the also on the homes. has a large acreage of pecans fice and the night police force the Traffic was heavy Monday night. I municipal post, while the Incumbent i' ) \
peak of the season will hardly last It was estimated this week by | sisting of two of the best con-I entrance to State Road No. 13 was Aside from the usual return of T. Frank Landrum, does MJ: ; ,
longer. than two weeks. County Agent T. K. McClane that < the Curtis and Money-Maker. patroled and every automobile entering Labor Day tourists from various not choose to run. '''. '1 I / '

The first ginning of the season about forty homes were being | Mr. Lisenby said yesterday that I| Starke stopped and searched South Florida points, there was a According to past history, this I ,

produced two bales of lint that I equipped for electricity along the i plans and contacts over the State i or at least "Inspected." steady flow of those who had attended year's la a record registration, and : ,i 'cl
was of exceptionally good quality, | route of the REA project In the with many prominent buyers are 'j A scurry of citizens to the scene the Townsend meeting at probably the largest number of 'TI: J ,( /

Mr Matheny said and weighed county. I being made so that when the market 'I was begun( and by ten o'clock Silver Springs. negro voters will go to the polls L' t

417 and 452: pounds each. Wednesday i, Just how long it will be before gets underway, starting about around fifty people stood around Continuous patrol of the road { next Tuesday than in any year ,,: 1,
saW another busy day at the I, the lines will be energized ] Oct. 1 and probably continuing until asking what It was all about. brought fruitless efforts to local since Starku became a municipal kt, :

cooperative gin here when three was not definitely known yesterday January, Bradford County will Rumors even at that hour of authorities and It Is believed that I ity. ; ., ; ,
bales were turned out averaging I : but it is expected to be turn I, be ready to realize something for the night, flew fast. Your reporter another route to Jacksonville was Other races promising to manl- \iii, ; "t:)

((00 pounds each. Mr. Matheny be- \ ----------- S--Z ed on soon. I I her crop. I spendingone of his seldom taken, If the passengers/ made |, test Interest within the last few q,'
llfvod that the total week's output This Is about 200 miles of wires'' In the area termed by the Mar- earned nlcklea for a cup of coffee their way that far up after being lays before city candidates battle k"i' ,
woultl be better than 2.000 pounds. I I IHe L Williams, new principal of that have been strung from the :|: ket Manager as "around at a local eating place left seen( in the Ocala urea to a finish with ballots, Is that ",
explained yesterday that the I! B. H. S., steps out of his car In'I Keystone Heights station of the 1 I there are from 00,000 to Starke"l I I for city cleik. Incumbent Carl : ') "; '

Improved quality of this year's Sea I front of the school house, managing -I REA since the project has been pounds of pecans( In the making. Johns, opposed by \V I). ( \ lfl -.
stand[ long staple cotton was due I'i' to keep busy In spite of the in progress. Ha thinks that the county's total I LOCAL PAINTER SCHOOL BOARD I IVnder, and Chief-of-Police tDa."t'. ... I, 1. ';,

chiefly to the dry weather during'' fact that the opening was postponed will far exceed the 200,000 pound- INJURED SELLS BUILDINGWell Alvarez being opposed by night i \, .'
the picking season. Farmers last I until next Monday awaiting mark. I 1 i: marshal, Benny Supp.i .i'J '. ';

,-eai planting this crop. were not !I' Government inspection of a new I BOY PATROL "The tonnage will be mostly of Dewey Williams, well known local someone had a use for a i I i,' Names of candidates for coun- 4t1J t I"" ",

favored with such weather. I building for elementary gradual INTO ACTIONThe the Curtis and Money-Maker va- painter, palnfuly injured last used school house- and they paid chosen to appear on the ballot are: .....t..., ':
It was believed that prevailing !i here. riety, too," Mr. Lisenby said. Ac- Friday about 10:30: A. M. in a $85 for It, too. I O. L. Beasley, Incumbent, L. A. .

prices of twenty-five to twenty- school boy patrol, that help. cording to the Market official, talt*from a 30-foot scaffold Is Bids were opened by the School I Canova. Incumbent, H. A. Bishop, fl' '. :
ix; cents per pound will be the ed In preventing accidents on the they are the best sellers and bring back at his home here rapidly Im Board In the regular monthly W. II. Hart, Don L. Hoover, R. A.NewHom. :', I" i!. ,

top price this year. In a talk last FOOTBALL TEAMFOR school roads and grounds here last handsome prices for their grow- proving. meeting this week and Arthur S. E.! Sparks, and Her'I: :, :,'
Friday with W. H. Southcot, who year, will go into action again with I Williams, who was busy workingat Edwards was high!; bidder of the man H. Young. ,". I' !i
the Lilly the opening of the Bradford Coun- ers.A who sought to purchase the The at 8 o'clock f I I -,
last year represented I hurried survey of the coun the Sistrunk home here, sustained group polls open A. / :'! J
[ WHi, Shelby, N. C., large thread I B. H. S. I ty High School Monday morning. ty's crop has been' made by the a broken right wrist, and Boutdraln school house abandonedby M and close at 6 o'clock P. M., of-*__, i.i

producers, Mr. Matheny said that Under the new set-up, Elmo R. I manager of the market, and he expects three ribs on his right side, when the recent consolidation.The flciuls anouncml this week. I 1
be was Informed that prices would I IS POSSIBLESplendid I Struth has given up his scoutmas- I to fully cover the county between a scaffold on which he was paint- building, 30x40 feet, will I I City Clerk Curl Johns said yesterday ?1'1 ( ,f
hardly exceed the present top I tership to devote full time to the now and the beginning of Ing collapsed. He was taken to a have to be moved by the buyer that so far forty-three ) t

price of twenty-six cents per promotion of saefty and has appointed the season, and get a more ade. Gainesville hospital, where he received within thirty days. The one-acre Starke voters. who expect to be out \ 11.1
pound. Frank Robinson, Jr., captain quate idea of J mt what the pecan treatment and returned to tract of land went back to the for of the city next Tuesday when the t"' >1

In a ,short time Mr. Matheny I Material here of the Patrol; Arch Thomas, "situation" l Is InBradford.COUNTY* his home two days later. mer owner, Russell Hornsby, and : municipal election Is held, have .4J! J )''t', J(
thinks the Gin will be able to em jr., lieutenant of one patrol and so far Mr. Edwards, didn't say just cast their votes In the absentee '
On the streets Monday, Dewey It
ploye one or two additional work-1' Says Coach J. 'W.Whittimore Leonard Smith, Jr., lieutenant of said that he felt like he would be what he Intended to do with the ballot box. Friday (today) Is the I

men, who can adequately care for | the other. BOARD "O.K." within a short time, and building. last day for absentee voting. j t
aU of the "rush peak" of the sea- I Beginning with the opening of ready to resume his regular duties. It might be used for any of a -- : ::
to Mr. Struth I dozen things about a farm, If left ; "
I school, according ,
ion.The cotton acreage In Bradford E. L. Williams, newly-elected all of the Patrolmen will be swornin SELECTS 'S whole or torn down, and there Is a BIG ARMORY ';'

bounty this season Is 416, or about principal of B. H. S. and J. W. by Mayor Frank Land rum, and On Vacation poHHiblllty that both Mr. Hornsbyand ;1. ti': ; "

half of last year's.LOCAL I I Whittimore, coacn, were guest will act under the regular supervision I Captain b. A. Bryan, .. of the at the i ROAD PATROL what to do with an acre of hi'H i1;:
speakers at the Rotary Club Wed- j Mrs. Arthur Williams, left Thurs- I blank hind or a house without an S
MEN AT I nesday.Mr. school house. I I day morning for a 30-day visit in acre of land. Very likely all of :

MARKET MEETCounty Williams stressed the Importance The duties to be administered by Hollywood, Cul., and other points : this had been figured out prevI- FAVORED HERE ?(f;
I of vocational training in the patrolmen will include assisting Melvin McKinney Is Employed of Interest. Capt. Bryan celebrated ously. However the School Board
pupils In crossing streets, directing his 82nd birthday Wednesday,
Agent T. K. McClane, high schools stating that a comparatively As County using the silent salesmanship '
J. S. Lisenby. manager of the Far- small number of stu- traffic at and about the I and Is active and "almost as method, sold a second-hand school Starke ''Volli'd;;; ; Furnish .j :: ;r''
1 school house and assisting j Traffic Officer his
mer's Market, and C. H. Naawor- grounds I spry" as a youngster. During house. .
have the to enter -
thy. local businessman were among'!' dents college and that opportunity it Is therefore the regular patrolmen In their fifty years In active service with --- ,- -. .--_._--,- About $,'iOO{ ; IVPA .\!{,
those who with than .I I duties of maintaining order among Bradford County's hardsurfaced. the Seaboard Air Line, Captain
more Important that useful trades be in Ex-Officer VisitorJoe $25,000{ ( t
the school children crossing roads will be Bryan served twenty-six years as
Market committee chairmen managers patrolled by a new-
taught In the grades.Mr. former sheriff of '
and attended a I I streets. ly appointed traffic patrolman aft. roadoaBter. Before returning he Joneq I "
specialists :
Whittimore discussed the Baker was a visitor to A possibility that) Starke will
two.day and After their day's duties, the boy !I er Oct. 1.Melvin. plans to visit Arthur Brooking, County ;
meeting of football in B. H. S. the office of several of the county have a $25,000 or $30,000 '
prospects I of Utah who was an emI Armory
Friday in Jacksonville. patrol will be required to study I for several Logan, .
this year and stated that he was lessons which will be fur McKinney I ploys of his In railroad days. officials here Wednesday morning, I hall constructed here some day. 1.I I j !
The the safety :r
session convened in months a member of the night police -I .
surprised with the material FlorIida gained speed Tuesday night when i 4
Mayflower hotel in Jacksonville, on tap here. "I have been I nished to Mr. Struth by the force In the city of Starke, I I the City Councilmen went on f j'f j.!', f
at t 9:30: A. M. Thursday. i Division of the American AU- selected from a field of threeother ONE-ARMED JANITOR | '
i i out with the boys several days this 1 Association. wait ERNEST BYRD, ord u.i favoring the I't.' ,
Friday morning a separate con- tomobile applicants by the Board of II of such ree'i' '. ."
week, he said "and find them a building, and to do I'
ference of those interested In livestock eager for football. If we have the "Let's co-operate with the patrolmen County Commissioners at their KEEPS COURTHOUSE JOB 15 YEARS iI j they could toward raising the '1''iL ,,' "
markets and those interest- and boys, and keep our I ninthly meeting here I "
I support of the public we can putout regnlaro I i sponsors share of I the building ex- { '
ed In specialty or women's mar- school accident free during the early this week. .. I
which will be
but without about t
a creditable team .. penNIes 5000. 11
kets was held.Speakera I' that support we can do nothing. 1938-39! term," Mr. Sirutli requested i The salary according to the 1 (fly lIed Kerre) I '" ', I Nothing definitely, was promised J1 I 'I 'I

at the banquet Thursday It Is entirely up to the people of I Board, will be $125 monthly, and Tuesday. ', by the City lade, however, and : I
Just fifteen ago "
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night were Nathan Mayo, I --- I the traffic officer will purchasehis I ... only desire to ,
I Starke and the county as to Sept 6, K. R. Byrd became janitor _' they expressed a j J.si.l J. j
commissioner of agriculture; L. M. JAIL I facilities. In 'k: 'f!
whether or not we play football. own transportation 'I and general handy-man at the .. ; ," securing the building which ,
Rhodes, commissioner of markets, Other applicants along with Mr. J will bo a creditable forthe tTr '.
The coach stated that good REPAIRS I II Bradford County courthouse here rI I very one .
and Acting Supervisor Walter Per- equipment for a team could be j NEEDS McKinney wereT.: C. Cltunons, Today, always with a jolly word city. '11 '

kins. Atlanta. I purchased for around $325.I I If the request of State Prison!I 'Theodore V. 0 Bryan, and W. C. for everyone, he goes about his I I I T T Long and Richard Kidd ,"' ,
William L. Wilson, director of I
Manning. ardent supporters of the I ,
State of I Members of the Rotary Club Inspector T. B. Johns is compiled| ; duties with the pride of a youngster project
markets, presided at all ofI I II II Proper traffic Indicators along the appeared before the Council In In. J ,
julll t tI about mastered
t the I were enthusiastic over prospects with, the Bradford County who had
general. meetings and the I I football at B. II. S. and pledged ,|I here will undergo what he stressed the county highways will be plac- First Grade. .JI I terest .of the project! aI I H'
'ed sometime within the near future I i K V. Stump, chairman of the
Ifuiket chairmen and managers i I the couch and Mr. Williams whole as "badly needed" alterations Board said During the year of 1917, Byrd __ County Planning Council yester. .P .
: hearted suprtrt in launching aI and I the baa of his right arm. '
torn repairs. suffered the
the cities besides .
following 1 --- --.- day mild that the council body had i j .
* ike were Arcadia, Bonlfay, I I team. The Inspector appearing before I I This greatly impaired him, but ?' previously expressed their favor I

wuhnell, Chipley, Florida City, the Board of County Commission. ,, REGISTRATIONBOOKS far from defeated he maintained such a project. iof i\(, '
Holly Hill, LaBelle Lake City I' I era In their meeting here this his Independence and went to workto .. ,:
LIVe Oak, Marianna, Ocala Pa-, week, Informed them that repairs support his family the best he Slxt--f; million persons In the 1:, 1J 1JI

iatk5. Palmetto, Pahokee, PomP -!I WIDOW PENSIONS and alterations to the Jail were |' D. Wainwright, Bradford j I knew how. ; i,I United States are protected by life t" ;
no. Pensacola, Plant City, Sanford i I needed. I County Registration Supervisor.' Only two of the Courthouse officials I Insurance policies. '
Tallahassee Wauchula, Tltunville i The Board of County Comml8I It was also indicated by the Inspector I laid yesterday registration< books now In office have been ------- .-_ _ i1 h'I
and Largo. | sloners have a new headache, if that the county could secure :had went out to the eight districts there longer than the jovial jan I j
I reported rumors to them at theI such work by co-operating ,1 in the county. itor. They are Tax Collector Carl cPA -

BOYS CAUGHTBY I I meeting here early this week are with the Works Progress Admin Mr. Walnwrlght said that he expected Knight, and Assessor E. W. @ r

true. istration. low registration for the Hayes. I
DURDENCounty I Complaints have been brought I No Immediate action was taken forthcoming r November General Even with the loss of his right | mf'{ I

i before the county dads that certain by the Board but set aside for I election, explaining that practically arm, Byrd swings a wicked broom I '
Conservation Officer A. I Bradford are claimIng : :: :
persons in consideration. entitled to register and clears the entire courthouse aiIE:1: :
A. future everyone I funny and serious moments fi4ii.
Durden yesterday stressed the widow's pension benefits because ,,,,_ in or- i. I
I things tiptop
taportance BI | lid so In order to of parents keeping have children, but who ;
for courthouse
they der. Errand run In" to ,
SUPPER desire
primary. He
well house.
CHICKEN expressed '
children from carrying guns not entitled to aid because the In routine business, and of ''t
In 'the are Location of the registration attaches continue In this position and his I Ma says she feels proud our ; .I
woods before hunting sea- Is living and Is able TONIGHTThe hither and 'I\ ,
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other parent flitting for have
" I Bradford Coun.y he Is kept busy and cheerful I church choir now we
"* opens. i without ooks In the eight I pleasing personality '
to support the children goIng yon delivering and receiving messages I will such a nice lot of young people In fi 4
Mr I voting districts are: greeting for everyone proba- ,
Durden said that this week |I to the county for aid. Starke School Cafeteria la : for the various officials. it.

wo youngsters were caught with I, After some pondering, the board J Jmembers sponsoring a fried chicken suppertot' Lawtey, G. W. Roberts' store; / During his term as a janitor bly keep moon.him In thin place for I' Pa says yes and look all right '
"lea many a
Just as they entered a swamp I < decided that they would only 25 cents per plate (which/ 1 Worth Starke R. J. Davis' Auto ]I here, Byrd has never received any but Rome of them have such a f fdeep ,
Jar here to hunt for squirrels. not be responsible for children Includes the chicken and trialI j !Supply store; South Starke, Mrs. form of relief, and has never asked To a handicapped, as Is our sub throat rattle he takes the j"I.1'I'

H e took their guns away and es- whose parents) were living, and In |I mlngs) tonight (Friday) beginning I 'lids Morgan's store; Graham. C. I to be placed. on the Federal ject a suitable epitaph might jlmjams and gets so nervous he ( >(
toned Bradford store Hampton, J. V. read:
the ]3 Roberts' ;
boys to their parents 5:30 o'clock in the new
good health, and able to support at : : government's payroll when John has to hold his seat till they get I
"bo promised that the act would i School Cafeteria In the J rones' store; Theressa, Mrs. Dick- ;
though the parents High I out In various box to and '
I them, even were being mustered He topper! no rave through. I
lot be repeated. I seperated and divorced.To south wing of the old building. t arson's! store (Postofflce) ; New I capacities something tfiat rant Pa says yAnkees live on bakers !
Durden said in statement: "A were to Mrs. Lucile Johns, Isupervisor liver, Mrs. Wlggln's store, (Post- } 'I
a j
the new policy Into according dthers, who were not so unfortunate When fate had kicked him In the bread white potatoes and old, ,1.
fOod sportsman will always make carry of Bradford cafeterias. c>fflce) ; and Brooker, C. B. Col- I
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done. hash
effective have rooster ,
a I waters, making it more as to lose an arm, pants. .
rood citizen willing deeper be used In purchasing B ion's store. .
and I am Proceeds will and southern I
dads decidedto of 52 But standing steadfast eyes Ma says yes people .
" QQperate in childone the county and silverware. The The books will remain open, be-1 Now at the near-ripe age ''I .
making your Investigationof dishes ahead- live on speckled peas, corn bread Land
Help me keep them out of make a tnorough public Is urged to attend, not only rlnnlng last Monday. Sept. 5, un- years Byrd has seen many politi- TO WORK to earn catfish. '
for Widow's pensions and recorded He WENT I
jrouble by not Illegally carrying applicants the next regular meeting of for the supper but also to inspect t 111: October 9, Mr. Wainwright I cal In aspirants his book come of memories go some his bread, By W. L. """g'. :
wesrms, and it will save you at the new cafeteria. laid .
trouble later on," he concluded. their body. I;

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I bills ire unpaid since February : SWIM 75 MILES j Crosby. who baa spent the last \ \oritB OF'TAx APPI.IC\TIOV IIBKUttetmt : POll I NOTICE('Elt'VIPZCA'l'ElNOTICE OP Kll.n OF TAX I Article X rn ofamended ., ,

Vocational school activities are I _____ n__ I two weeks with her son and daugh ( DIM >,>. 1
threatened because state cant I ter-in-law Mr. and Mm. O. E. NOTICR HKH1CBVQ1VI5N, Thai Company has title or b"o'fl > "
Cer- filed with me written request that real ,
George Keen, holder of Tax properly v in n" *.
ante Its portion of the costs. PT I Crosby.Mr. tlfleutfs Numbered respectively. 861 the tax certificates. together with al resides t 1,1..i" ", ">"r,,> ;}

FLORIDA LETTERSPARKS. What frightens most is fear of } I and Mrs. J. L. Johns were j Issued Sept 2nd., 1981 1122 lusuedAtiKUHt subsequent omitted or levied makuM uin,,, i I",0, I h
be advertised and Hunt home ,
7, 1933 and 1123 Issued August held by the State 'I' tii" i, ''a.1 1
no pay checks. The till is about visiting In Starke Sunday after- 7. 1983 fll.d same In my sold to the highest blddnr for cash of another or ,ntl, i ,. ,tl
I empty with no heavy taxes due noon. I office and ;'ah'R: application I for UH !provided. by Chapter 18296 of the. urally depaiuK, ," ', ",',, 'I rut.i' I:

until The $125,000 Flor- r I I I I tax deed to be IB MI oil thereon. Said 1937 acts of the Legislature, upon shall be ,'nllo I | I"", I < i. t
-Sparks fly on the January. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby cortlflcntBM rosp-sctlvelv' embracestho the following described real estate from all I, \ 'J", v'm" :
front ida Power & Light paid six months following dencribad properties In the County of Bradford, Stateof moiits for HPI i 'iui ,i. .'n.i,
Florida eli-ctric Shrewdly
ahead of time Comptroller Lee I spent the week-end In Valdosta In the County of Bradford. State of Florida, to-wIt: assessed Vain',,' i"." ; *. 'V'
timed to put a damper on the wave 1 visiting relatives. (Florida to-wlt: Stt of SI0 Sec. 1 Tp. 7 B. R. IBE and Dollars on 1 tii,, t '" >

of ntJuislasm for PWA has promised" to supply dealers. Certificate No 351 embraces ., containing 80 Acres, more urI contiguous mil, 1"1' "ijh
powerloans. ,
Mrs. F. :M. Morgan returned to I ed In Article 1 HI. '
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Florida Power & Light Co., Main hope Is advance voluntary IIp- wz: I her home in Valdosta Saturday Northwest Quarter &Quarter all .West of Northeast Half. of The taxes to be aoll are evidencedby ('on"tlllton.. f..i ,11,. ,; '"l. !
partial I payments by administrators '
reduction for certificate Nos. 8 of 1930 mid .t tni" ,
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announces an Southwest Quarter of NortheastQuarter by the rI.: :
after several weeks herewith r I' '
spending and ,
of estates. & All East Half of 1984 respectively, represent un- j :
Will mon with
small users of electricity. relatives. Southeast. Quarter of Northwest paid taxes for the years 1920 to 1838, oth I .,"i "<. t' o ,, '',
; and follows both Inclusive, to may hi ni | ( < x ">
cut receipts some $250,000 Mr. Joe Dowling and mother, Quarter. North of Public Road & amounting $160.72. Mulch of the ou '1'1'I ',
ALSO of A NKV4 of KR
another of a year ago slicing SCHOOLS. Annual audit reveals North Half of Southeast Quarterof : SVa SEW thereon, as I)h. ,
it i Mra. T. J. Dowling, of Live Oak, Northeast Quarter Suction 24 IJ % Sec. 12 S. R. Itt E., ests shall i .
$400.000. Company has resumed that schools of the state have 120 Acres apii' "'. i ", '
were visiting relatives here Sun- Township 6 South, Range 2J: .nnlalnln& or etnpllon of m, i > 't.

conservative payments of accumulated -i reduced their funded debt in a year CHESTER. 111.---Irvin Unger, ],Kant less.containing 7V Acres, moreor The Ipa. tAxes to be sold are evidencedby mill ono: Dollars Kllllll;:;, I:," ', .' :

preferred dividends as vOlume -, some million to 5382062220. To- day.Kenneth certificate NOB 15 and 18 of ,person, or an'" .
21 and Walter Ellerbrock 19, bothof Turner visited in Or- Certificate No. 1123 embraces linus nor Nhnii,' '-tl
of business risen with line extensions tal cost of the schools limb and 1UJ4 respectively, and represent exempt I Ion nil.I I.. ,
operating St. Louis are shown autographIng ange Springs Sunday. LI.IH, 1. 2, 8, o( Block 27. Livingston unpaid taxes. for the i .ht|
and state growth; Indicating (Including debt service) was $ &,- Truby >& Co's Addition to both Inclusive yearslt'29 ccetl the propou, i. , ,.
to 1938 amountIng ,
programs and autograph booksIn I A large crowd attended the negro Starke In Went Half of Northeast iintlon ",'. ,
a pretty fair division of In- i 163.599.85 contributed $11.809- to $239.68. bv such p.t''_ .> 'I i o.,
the press box after their arrivalin : minstrel at New River school Quartor Section 28 Township : of SlOVi SBC. B Tp. ''
on-nsed 1 revenues between consumers -, 6 South, Range 22 Ea.t.e I may ,preacrllif ''t'' it' "
305.99 the state. $11,681,502.00by
by Chester from, their endurance Friday night. A large sum was 'ertlflcHte. No. 1123 embraces, .0R.N1"4 E, containing 40 onablo laws, ri'u >'t >" .

and stockholders. the counties, $612,701.80 by U. swim from St. Louis to Chester realized" from the play. Commend- Lots 4. 6 of Block 27 Livingston, taxes, to or ho 1..1.. of .eKtubllNhliiK I, ,.

Meanwhile Orlando scores an apparent S. State contribution to schools a distance of 75 miles, which they I able talent was displayed by the I Tmliy & CO'H Addition to Starke 1-v Th.certificate Nos"ot and are wld..npc. exempton. ',
In Went Half of
of muni- tins almost exactly doubled in six Northeast Quarter and 1D14 respectively, nnd represent. A JOINT R I.. ,
triumph because covered In 24 H hours. They made youngsters taking part in the min I Section 8. Township 4 o i i ian
unpaid taxes for the 1929 to ,
clpnl ownership of Its utilities. years. Schools own $4,7Q2COO of only one stop which was not strel. South Range 22: East. 1)18! both Inclusive amounting years to I .- Ancno": I I In'it. i,' itI '

Only recently it let contracts foru I securities; 176,000 acres of land, scheduled when washed up on I' The under aHMissment mild Certificate of the said No.properlY 361- .13.53. State nf l"I""h, .'
Said tax. certificates together with f
$300.000 generator after a bitter 1/4 Interest in 1,194,000 acres rocks during storm Saturday night 'soTirn op 1'I."rIO: : was In the name of Unknown; theassessment all subsequent. omitted or Levied Pnhllc''llnll. 11"11,, I i

fight between the utility board and i more. Book value of all school near Crystal City, Mo. When Un- 4'.j .. Ifiento of said No. 1122 property was In underMaid the taxes w/I/ he .old to the hllheatblll..r tIle IT : .M \ i, i

Mayor Way. Then It loaned the I property is $78,316,462.40 but forced Bcr and Ellerbrock arrived in I To th Sheriff) of Bradford Coun ,ii.imror F t. SiunmeNand: the assessment tho Courthouse donI FLOrtlDA'I TSLATiniK or' ,
.. : I 1" t
9th of iiamendment
ty. of I Ih" State of 1.'lorhllIt \: on day "
general operating fund of the city' palo would not produce the 55 Chester, they were in good shape, n<. Known That I, 11 A. Ilrav.1't""I'pt"ry iVi.I IfIrnto of said No property 1123 und..ru,1 ber. 1918, I 1100: o'clock S.pt..m.A. M.r t t" ", "
In the I
$60.000 to meet pressing current millions necessary to pay off the though hungry and tired. They of tha Stnto of Florida do name of Unknown. was r >a ">d this the 20th., day of August a of of Florida the Cuiintiin, ,,' :' '
.. 1918.OFFICIAL. an iti i i
I "i inl
herpliy irlvo not I.' Hint AG1sEftAL o
needs Now city wants a million bonds. had nothing to eat for over 40 : fnlesN said certificates shall beietl.enied ( SRAH election In 1 I"':, ,
nc<'ordlng to law the I Is, ,
t1-ollnty. properties hereby
dollar extension of sewer drainage miles upstream when they lost will he held In Hrailford, descrllied I lltvrefn. will, bn .soldto A. J. THOMAS, mthmltted. for arm < 0) 'I
'i.it i 'i .
Clerk of Circuit Court of
State i"t Flnrldn. on Tuesday next I
and water facilities on a PWA. VOID. Months ago Comptroller their small raft with food attached. I suoreeillng, the first Monday In November house the door highest on bidder the first at Monday the Court-In Bradford County Florida. State tlon by of the Florida quiilin' 0 i J'r'I,'

How to get all these without a funds of A. D. 1938, the said 8-20-31-9-9 \ ,i
Lee tied up gasoline some Tuesday the Month of October. 1938 which Is eral election. t". I I/, i, i'I i "
sharp ad valorem millage boost? 31 counties because of Illegal local being:* thnF.IulIIf the Srd., day of October A. 1). 1938. her, A. n. 11.11.: 'tin" ,\ ,-h.,

Up steps utility board saying we gasoline allocation laws. Several NEW RIVER I United II ,States V OF XOVRMflP.HFor Senator from 1938.Hated. this 22nd., day of August, OT1C'K OF AfPT.trtTIOV Section tutlon 2 the of Artl.. I I., i l'', ',..,'

will finance extension on longer Mrs. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentMr. the State.. of Florida for six year OFFICIAL Stall ,i I I'' i I", 'hOI'be ,
our lost to Lee in spectacular suits SEAL) 01 T\\ n.au: amended so an to i nl i r '
I from Jnn. 3. 1980. A. J. THOMAS (" <> Illll : ) Section 21. all 1'".
time payments than planned; while county officials tore their I For Representative. of the 2nd Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN< That aba In the preccdim. ,. .

kick In $3,000 a month or as much hair. The hubbub has since quieted and Mrs. J. R. Kelley and Congressional" District of the State Bradford County, Florida. W. H. Graham, holder of 26/29 of laws shall be general ,"ul" i",'nni'0'1 "I f
more as needed to liquidate the but the counties now quietlygo baby Kathryn, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 1 of Florida, In the Meventy.sizthCongresa $-26St9235lIltlFP'S Tax Certificate No. 13. Issued the form operation thi "IB'I' ,. ',t'_
of .
the United .
Stal..a.For .
but In
4th. State all .
city's end of the PWA. With on losing their suits. MadisonIs Kelly and Mrs. Buleah Kelly of Attorney General of theSt..t. filed -maorlnJuy office 1937.and has has ated or excepted raMf In 'tint n I, i i,." "ici.

monthly operating profits of a Sunny Brook Farm were dinner .. of Florida. SALE 1. made for a tax deed to the Legislature mtpnn
the latest Into court and
coming For Three Jimttces of the Supreme' NOTICE IS HEHKBY GIVEN that appll..aton local laws ipctlnl or
minimum of this guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. under and by virtue of be Said certificate :.u I n i "?,.
$40,000 a month admitting their local laws are illegal Court of the State of Florida that certain embraces the following described after otherwise provided Iii 'th t,
Crosby Sunday. They were accompanied For Two Railroad Commissioners writ of execution Issued. by andIInd..r St it elba; PHOVlDEli ," 'on.
In that
seems property County of Bradford
and agreeing to apply the the hand i 1" a i
and official
of .
seal I
of the State of Florldn. State of Florida to-wlt or special bill shall h. <, ,,,
home Mrs. A. S. : t
$85,000 which has meanwhile accumulated by For One Member. of the House of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of HVj ot Lot 22 A All shall I any local I or )prulni I I 1m, nor
Representatives. of the State of Bradford County Florida and bearing 85. HA. 87. 38. HI & ', llshlng, or abolish i I i". ."tl.b.,
to their bond debt- 'tan17j.t8. '
SICK. Florida's Is date the Slat day of A. ties, '
governor Florida. July 41; Lot. or ,tn" :
which is what intended. 81 of lastyear's I). 1931 on that certain 42, 43&: all prnvldlni-t ??
sick. So its While was growers shipped % For Five County Commissioners. judgmentof 54 In Woodlnwn, (4'45-5 29 ment. p ".al."
Is government. decide that For Three Members. of the Coun- Bank ot Starke, a banking corporation terlntf or amending tl; '
prorating Township 6 sani
crop South Range 22 bt
ty Board of Public Instruction. plaintiff' vn. Frank Hand- passed .. not I I" i t :
Cone fights under an oxygen tent SOUND.-Except in Citrus and shipments saved their finan- For Five Members of Bond Trus Icy and I>. II. Handley. a partnership East less., containing 130 Acres, moreor tci apply thereto. I I.i I -t lIon.

against a complication of Ills; Turpentine Florida agriculture is cial hides, will pro-rate again. tees. .Hand, doing. business. In the name of The assessment. of the said prop- published In the i" '":, : \.'
state tries to stave off In Testimony Whereof I lev Brothers and W. U. Demp- th< i hi.
treasury in sound condition. Don't Tung oil 20 million erty under the said certificate is- to be nrll"
I pretty ( growers expect have hereunto set my hand soy, defendants, and date affectod t\ '
payless pay days and general snicker at that Inclusion of tur pounds of nuts, 4 million and affixed the Clreut Seal the 9th. day of May, A. D.I'I-I, and Ca moron.was In the name of Hector which notice shall i ] i ",

bankruptcy. State jobless Are pentine. Courts have officially\ declared pounds of oil as this new Indus- I of Tallahassee the ,State of the Florida Capital"' at, of said record Bradford In the County public Florida records of I .Unless. said certificate. shall beredeemed the thirty manner days pmvtd prli.i 'I t

threatened with loss of eight mil- tree resin to be an agricultural try thrives. Even citrus is some thin the first dnv of Sep have levied upon and will on Mon- ac..nr.lnl to law. theproperty Into the Loglxln' n,
lions of state-federal funds be- tember. A. D. 193*. tiny the 3td day of October A. L). therein will be 111 The evldi' ':n' '
it be 4 % above condition. Re- sold to the highest I bidder
project so can shepherded average It. A. GRAY, I'US! Nell the following described. at the been pul>llih< 'I l .b-
cause of the Com row with the court house door on the first Mon- llshed In the ,
by Henry Wallace.) member a few months ago the Sorretary' of State lands lying and being In said Brad T..L
dnv In
the month of October, 1938 bill shall be ,
cial Security board. Some Just closed is the most drouth to "ruin"the To ITon A. O Andreu,, Sheriff. ford County Florida, during the which |"
Is the
0 SO-I prosperous spring was going Tlrndford County. li K.il huitrK of siilu In front" of the 3rd., day of October, dpn. shall ,In i

-- season In the rapidly growing crop and do 10 millions dam- 909tll4.HKPOHT South door of the Court house In 10aq.D..t..cl! wih the lilll h
--- -- -- this 17th ,
, day ot August tiiry of -
I tobacco business of North age ? Kisslmmee Is almost hys- the ISttiiko, Bradford County Florida to 192$. as tho LeiriHl;.tf .: ':
highest and
OF ririuc UP ( 1I1rl t'r best bidder for cash,
BUSINESS Florida. Cash auction prices aver- terical with pride at the high success toiur. lilt S I.'o"n rooTv to-wlt.: a one-fifth undivided Interem (IOI"FIC1.L SRAL) and the fact tiioMabllshed ,' I
A. J. THOMAS i In I tl I
aging above 20 cents against a of Its cattle auction market; Starke, Fin. August .lint 1938.Re.ncrt In and to the South half of Clerk of Circuit, Court of In every c.a-.i i "
South half .
of the Clei Ic of the Circuit of Noithenst quarter of
j DIRECTORY cost of 10 cents a pound, poured and several new cattle and cJtrua Court In and for Tinulrnitl County, Ntii tilt-ant :quarter and Southeast x-U-ot-9-16: Bradford. County, Florida. Journals of of t I' -
several millions into that section.I enterprises are launched in that Florida, on account of taxes. assessed quarter of :Northeast quarter: of Suc InURe, 1"11", i. ,
for the 1931. tin Twenty-five and Southwest
Most of the more than 30 state area as a direct result of its stim- year C. A quarter of Northwest of slieSt law .hal I
KNIGHT quarter \OTHK -\PPI.ir\TIOV under i
sponsored or owned farmers mar- Tax Collector.CtMiiity Section Thirty-two all In Township TAX nKRUennt volt prJ'ln'ol' whOl I o th." ,

ulus.And Proper Five South Hnnire" 21 East for 'bePIII"I'080 < Mill n"t b....."" ,.
kets are prospering. Now the state more and more Florida To of said Nn. 1a3) "hll .
rtalitnce duo satisfying
: I $2.676.24By execu 1 until ,1.1
The drink through conservation board con- products are shipped in and out by amount collected & Tax tion. T3 NOTH'E. >H1311KRY holder: O'That of' 'Fax at a referendumed > ,

siders erecting 8 freezing plantsto water. Inland canal from Miami Kale ___ ._ _____ I 22 .29 A. O ANDREU. No. 92(1,( Issued the 7th Certificate day- and held In Hi 1, J
Sheriff .
of Bradford
. :1L that To Bala-nre due ,3jj2.9 County Florida. In accordance utherefor
August A. D.
.f 1933 has filed
care for fish. In the redlands completely loops the state now & Forfeiture* -5t"9-30 In my office and has made same contain,, I

:' south of Miami lime mango avocado except a gap centering on Tampa I To ala nndU ._ | 805.04 tion for a tax deed. to be applica-Issued provided by &'en.

everybodyknow8 pear crops have been lusty; Bay and another small one in West ,I I By amount Sale _collected_ &_ Tax_ __ S 978i 0'1'f OP 'riMir\TIOV thereon. Said certificate embracesthe
although lime production is In- Florida. The latter Is under con- i To Balance due ____ I 735.26 <*FOR. T\X 11111 l\i IIKP.IIeniile >. :lil.'ll: the following County of le..rlh..d Bradford. property Mat of In A Amendment JOINT RESOI tt' i' I Ian ,.

creasing so rapidly marketing or- struction however. Port Ever ,! To Balance Cnnntr due H,.,nd and_ _llrldve___ $3,220.82 NOTICE 18 HRHEBY OIVKN That lo'lorld., to-wit: title IX of the C-m-' I I'Ida .",.,
f L
H. Three-fourths
"Starling' holder of Tax of North
ganization has been decided necessary glades gives an extreme (and not By amount collected. & Tax icates Numbered. respectively Certif 1/2 west lat Quarter of Northwest nance Relating bv Adding to 1" i'c i I' rt,..Inl,11

't ..._. __
: ', 5ct by the growers and Is being typical) picture of the growth in Balance Sale due un.___ un_ .__ t$2.S4t.lS 219.17To of 837 Issued August 7, 1933 16/ 3 Quarter Section 10 Township 8 ment That the Leg i' lbs 'I
u of 8.19: Issued South Provide
Range 22 East ,
August 7, 11133 4/5 of contain for Ralfli i >,
: ; formed. With spring volume and water commerce. Its tonnage bothIn (antT School General 841 Issued August 7, 1D.H: 862 Issued lag 30 Acres, more. or less. Hefray State' Appi "J'j' M_dtl
of satis- and out in 1933-34 To Balance due .- _____ .__ $3,229.30 August The assessment. of for the Benefit '
.. price vegetables generally was 7,836; 7, 1931.! has filed same the said prop- of Hi <>'

COCA-COLA factory farmers lust 156510. By amount_ collected__ _____ &_Tax_ I lit my office and ha. made application arty under the said certificate issued tern of Public Free "i I. d 1 I f
BOT. CO. are now plowingand year Sale n n -_ t 144.31 for tax deed to bo Issued was. In the name of Unknown. I the State 'lulu

seed bedding for their fall Of all the major agricultural In- To Balance due __ __ __ __ 3075.99 thereon. Said' certificates respec- Unless said certificate. shall be re.- I..arnln' In.tllltll'T. Pnr i c*

WE ARE gamble. General field crops are dustrial, commercial utility fac- Tn Balance eoiiniy due __Poll_______ I 18200 Hcrlbed tively embraces.properties the In the following County de-of deemed. ....ac..ordlnA. to.. law will, the be property sold- Therewith.Be > ''t''I

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS good in spite of August being drier tors In Florida, only rails are discourAgingly By amount collected. ________ None Bradford, "State" of Florida. to-wlt: to the highest bidder. at the oourt IT RESOLVKI' 'n 1 II. ,.Er
To BHlance due
t 182.00
and hotter than normal. Celery sick. un 1/2 of Certificate No. 837, embraces houae door on the first Monday In ILATrRE OF Till-). -II ti01': ]
": Total Mnl>-8chnfl l IteirnlfirTo Lots 29, 36. 87, 42 43, 44, 54 In the month of October 1938, which FLORIDA: That 'I I rt'\
Balance due ______ ._
$3,211.64 Woodlawn IB the Srd, of '
Section 80 Township 6 day October 1938. amendment of !, I n J vitlcl*>|
'I By amount collected & Tax South, Range 22 Dated this 22nd IX of the ( '" -Id
Elust. '
CARPENTER'SThe containing day of August,
Sale __ ____u_______ $ 14425 70 113S "on.tlJI'
Acres more or less. relating" to ""I I
Rexall Store To Balance due uu __ $3.007.39 16/33 of Certificate No. 839 embra..ea (OFFICIAL SEAL) and the .. taxlol.i \ I

Total Sub-School IloniledTo Lot 28 88, 45. 52, 63, 59, 60, A. J. THOMAS, and shall be eubmlt, i iIfled "I'
__ ._
Balance ..
I due $3,637.28By 61 In Woodlawn. Section. 30 Township Clerk of Circuit Court of electors of th -' i' I I"o
amount collected & Tax 5 South 22 Bradford Ida for ratlflcatlun,, i n
Complete Line of Hale. _________ __ $ 260.05 taming 80 Acres Range., more or East less.. con- S-J6-5t-9-23 County. Florida. the next ensuing '. .1 it
" To Balance due ____ $3,387.23
u 4/5 of Certificate No. 841. embraces to be held In Nov u "h'I.
AicrlfulturnlTo Lots 30( and 39 In Wood- to saythst Ser.i r ,
' Also I D OWS REID Balance due ._____. ___ $ K1.02 lawn Section. 30 Townxhlp 5 South IX of the Constant!! I
By amount collected & Tax : OF APPMC\TIOV volt ,
Hantare 23 East :o'rn. and the same Is I
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS I )Music Features & Photo SynJicateRUSS Sale ________n______ S 18.96 more" or less.Certificate. containing 20 Acres. T \X i ..::. as to read an ho.."\v'
To Balance due __ .. _____ 147.06 (< t No '
No. 8f "Section .1
>2, embraced Lots 2 Thu.t t '
SISTRUNK'S I MORGAN bandleader. Is the latest to gaze into the Crystal ball Wlilnvr's. Pension 4. 6, 6, 12, 19, 20, 21, 2S. 29! 80, 39 & Albert NOTICIJ' IS HEfl'JnY' OIVKV. That provide. for raising' i,. d,
To Balance ____ ____ I IV' e
due of
u f 8061 \ of Lot Tax Certifleate fray the I
predict an early end to swing music. The swing boys will probablysay By amount collected & Tax 44 Woodlawn.. Section No, 441 i, Issued the 2nd day .. "xpen..r, 1

( I"IHIIINHi ( the professor's remarks! come under the head of wishful thinking. Sale ________ .? f 41.98 22 East:.11 containing Township 5 115 South Acres,. Range" of September A. D. 1936. has filed .Iudlno. state of th,ippt- uulfptibllo I '

TACKLE However To Balance due ._ .__n__ 9 73.S3Komi I or less. more same In my office and has made ap free schoolf i icordanre
i Morgan shoulJknow die" and "Satan Takes a Holiday." llond Itefund. And containing In all 289 for a tax deed to be 'Issued with Ai'Constitution ;

( -:4: All Sizes RifleCartridges something And only two other iwinrr tune, To Balance due _u__ __ __ $1,19729 more or les.. Acres I the thereon Said certificate. embraces alI \'
Uy amount collected & Tax following described In of
property stltutlnns I ,
: The of IliKli
! ;; about swing. "Study in Brown and "PeckinVwere Sale _-._"___ ----- $ 114 28 erty llndnr assessment H of said the said prop- the County ot Bradford. State of each fiscal year, i I ii i

Back in 1925 he anywhere near the first 75. To Balance due ____ ___ $1,06304 837 was In the Certificate of No. Florida, to-wit: cleat paI' i ,K.\]
I name Herman
I I. BRADFORD organized the I Il..ml. Jt Hrldne Interest ott Oudger.; the assessment of the said A. Begin at Northeast Corner. of Interest'moiot um, : e"1
old Gold- Tribute To 01' Paint !Sinking .'..nll property under of North..t Quarter of Northeast ness of the State .
16/34 Certificate
! HARDWARE CO. j I To Balance due ________ 5.863.117 No.: HJ9 was In the & tun West 894 Feet,
name Unknown
kette Orchestra Of all muRlo men. Bob Miller, 1 Uy mount collected & Tax : The South 1012 feet Bust 390 feet, A JOINT RESOLI I I .I'' JI'

, regarded as one A.S.C.A.P. and David Gulon A.S..A.P.have : Sale ______nu____ $ 89402 under assessment of of the saidproperty North 1093 feet to Beginning an Amendment to A ,. \ tConstitution
________ 4/6 Certificate Section 34 rln, Itt', n g I
of the greatest To Balance due n $4,469.BS No 841 In Township 6 South, of Fin' ,
been most Industrious In hunting was the name of Un-
I North or SouthEast bands of It-8-9. known the Range 23 East, containing 10 the State Militia h> \" ''Iln.r'
swing ; assessment of the saidproperty
the old cowboy tunes Riving Acres .
West more or less. an Additional Si>ctl i I J
or I all time. This them The >CI'J'If.; or A ppi.ir\TIOVnut under Certificate No. 852 The I ''I'
& new arrangements. was In the name of Unknown. assessment of the said prop- Pllcabl to the Fed r.1 i I ,. 1
Give It a group boasted songs of the plains are as varied n. Tit unrin Unless said certificates, shall be erty. under the said certificate Issued ed Trnnps Known i '
Teet'I'' such revered ttSennte Hill No. 1H.1) was In the National nnnrd.UK .
name of 13 W.
You'll flnd- Loult Reid --
they are A redeemed
: large number NOTIC13 la HEKKBf GIVEN That according to law the 1flnvAat"Uiifos's. I IT BY fill" I.'
, Our MILK swing artists as of them pay tribute to 01' Paint George Keen holder of Tax Certificate properties described. therein. will be said certificate be HEMi.VEI -< I 'r''

, the late "Bis": Beiderbccker Jimmy which curiously Is the traditionalname No. 476 Inntied the 3rd. day otAuauxt sold to the highest bidder at the deemed according to law.hal, property re-- IlLATIRE That 'I .1'
Peterson's and Joe Venuti now orchestra I Court-house door on the first Monday amendment. to Artl I N M I'1\
Dairy Doriey of the cowboy's pony. Thereis A. > 1931, ban filed same In In the Month described therein' will be sold
.1 leaders in their own right; the even a song called "01' Paint." my office and has. made applicationfor which Is. the Srd of October. 1938, tn the highest bidder at the court Constitution of Florldn '.1* '
day ot hri"'SS
late Don Murray sax and clarinet a tax deed to be Issued thereon. A n. 1931.Imted! October house. door on the first Monday In the State Mllltla bv ,idili s>
UNDER EXPERT HANDS Among the romantic titles of the Said certificate embraces the fol- the month of October 1938. which an additional 1 Section '
ls I -ic player and the late Eddie Lang. saddle are "Rldla' Down the Arizona lowing ncrlbed property In the A D this. the 31st., day of August Is the Srd day of October 1938. as Section B of said I.I',
1938. .lera
guitarist. Beiderbecker played a County of Bradford State of Florida Dated this 22nd. specially applicable 'I' 'I I
That's where Trail. "Hiding for the River (OFFICIAL 8BAL) day of August, '
torrid trumpet Venuti a hot violin to-wit: 1918 ly recognised 5 ,;
for taJ '
and' pictorial glamour "Rldln'Down A. J. THOMAS. lli 'tere'agreed
when Northeast Quarter of Northwest (OFFICIAL SEAL as the National
are exercises )
and still
you Doriey a steaming Clerk of Circuit ..Tlltti''
the Canyon When the Desert Quarter Section 24 Township Court of A. J. THOMAS to and .. l>
.... :. you're in our laxophone. Sun Goes Down" and "By the Silvery 8 South, Mange 32 ],East 9SSt30.Bradford. County }"lurld... Clerk of Circuit Court of to the for ele..tor. of thf. Sin' 910'i.ii '

-: S Rio containing 40 Acres. more or Bradford ratification n
-, Grande. County. Florida lie
( ,_.,r .shop. less. 8-26-51-9-23 the next General KlectlIn .
Curiously Morgan. who was of.
1918.) as follows."Section .
.000. / .
. said
The assessment of the
"" fering swing when it was unknownto Of a sentimentally phllosophla erty under the said. certificate prop-Issued NOTKH' OP "*' \I.FI OP TAXP.ltrlPICATKN 6. FLORIDA\ ,'h'.1

! 3 Friends Barber Shop the public and even to many. turn are "Cowboy's" Vest Friend It was In the name of Lawrencebevelopinic NOTICE( IS HEUE11Y: IIVEN: that CONSTITUTIONAL NOTICE OF' EI.FrTIO' OtYAHLWheno he In the State of Fin' ,'."

. 'v. MUNUV.; rrop. musicians now- directs an orchestra lilt Ponu.. Another song tues the Co. II t;:. Johns has flied with me written WHEREAS, the AMFND ot 1937 Iv recognised. Natlonn I
which docs not play tame title save that Unless mi Id certificate shall ber..leem..d under
request that the tax certificates the Constitution of 18S5. of same shall be sul if' '
swing) What's the reason "pony" in i he
described therein
SEE :ME IIEFORB: YOU WIRE for his change of "hone." Then there are property will ed or levied taxes held, by the State Joint Resolutions proposing amend- I Oovernor who phlll (>
sold to the hlRhest bidder at the
be advertised and sold to the highest m..nt. to the Constitution. of the In Chief. (b) Vn
Estimates Cheerfully faith lIe says that "Cowboy Don't Forget oourt house door on the first Monday bidder for cash by State of Florida, and the same were shall be supported nil, I

Given "swing music con only Your Mother" anil a In the month of October 1933.whl..h Chapter 183116 ot the. Irovld..d: of airreed. to by n vote of three fifths bv the State of Flm'Idi! ,

be a passing fancy number expressing the Is the ard day of October the I.csrltlatiirn, upon the follow of all the members elected to each provisions I of law pi '

: 1919. lag duscrlbed real estate in the house, that the votes on said Joint "rganlzizogarming.. xillsulpllng
because the great ma- curlou willfulness "I
E. A. WINKLER Dated this 1st day of September County of Bradford State of Flor Resolutions were entered upon their said Natioflaacordmnoe marc.. ,'
With l\l
jority of the general Staved in the *
1935. ida, to-wit: respective Journals, with the with the i
/ Radio and Electric Service public i la Insufficiently Wagon Yard." (OFFICIAL SF.. I.) Com. at CR Cor of SWM of SW<4 and. nays thereon, and they did yens de- press and regulations >f ). .
educated musically to Ttxas has contributed A. J 'rJlO (AS. A Run W 79B ft. N 315 ft. NH termine and direct that the said States war rirpartmcnpertaining. : 'C(
Clerk of Circuit Court of 608 ft. Easterly 208 Joint Resolutions. be submitted (ifflren'
ft. thence 13 to
\ appreciate It. nut more cowboy tongs than HiarJHenr
1'011'1Enjoy Bradford County Florida. 174 ft, 902 ft. to Also the electors of the State at the tleneral I rally recognized Nat .1
i. EATING brethren, the public (any other commonwealth 9-2-Bt-9-30 Certain. 1 lands. S of Del. H. Klectlon In November. 1938. Including the Adjutan': ,

,o would seem to be learn. Matt fJopulal"1Sthe W of SEVof > NOW THEREFORE, I, R. A. ..hal be .ppotnled. and hAI 5
With U ing fast. Morgan even lilt are "Kittin' :otOTIC'FJ tinse- 28 p.nl J.n R 22 Oruy of Secretary of State of the. State to a..pen..lon.. dilorf retiradtt(.1/HJ

I OrangeBlossom goes so far as to assert Down That Old Texas NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to R.. that do hereby give notice movnl or ,r ,dIlt'proficiency

that less than ten out Trail." "Cowboy Jack"/ all creditors of the estate of n. W. The be aol are evidenced. a "such solely. on character the. basis and isreil j
: Alderman, deceased to present their by certificate. .. of 1933 re GK-VRIIAI. RLKCTIO-V imlft
r of _100. college! .itudents and "CowboJDream. claims. against the estate. to the apectv..ly.. and represent unpaid will he held In each county In Flor as determined. according 11 nctl0fl'

': understand swing music County Judge" ., duly sworn to, within the year 1933 to ida on Tuesday next succeeding. the by regulations law and usages In thUtlon < .lAI I ,
; Cafe Fancy that! Bob Miller A musicians' union In I eight --month.. from first publication both Inclusive, amounting to $ first Monday In November, A. D. tn, the anything notwith5tt";
A.S.C.A.P. of this notice., or same will be ALSO: NH of NW' of NWVi 1938. the said Tuesday being the contrary ',
u _. Pittsburgh has justaioit barred by statute of limitations Kx. 8 Acres on Also Vault EirjHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Ing. (d) The qll&lfll'allol I

I' I people tt/itenfng to a swing denied a group of hillbilly bandsmen and all debtors to pay the undersigned lot of (v(> Acre Sec. 83 6 for the ratification or rejection of cars Recognised and National/ Ouard' I"1',1"m"1-:, ,

SERVICE .n band, he says, think the musiciansare admittance to their organization on as administratrix I of said es- S. R. 22 K., containing it AT the said Joint Resolutions proposing prescribed In military rerulatw
.r. playing note.. He more or am.ndment.. to the Constitution t
wrong found the ground that "the noise they of promulgated In accordann
J} WITH f HU: ,6 tht to be the case when he toured created really was not music." The MRS. O. W. Administratrix.ALDERMAN. The taxes. be sold are evidenced A JOINT State RESOLUTION of Florida vIa Proposing: "general specifications of Wl\l\
by certificate Nos. 1312 of 1933 andrepresent "
with the Department. <
the Ooldkette i
orchestra Maybe action didn't disturb the hillbillies. Amendment of Section' 7 of Ar- I'
.111 -2-4t-9-13 unpaid taxes for the ,
A SMILE "hu' years ticle X of the ( The votes cast. In complum",1
: what he needed then Mat a good They promptly started a union of 1113: to 111*. both Inclusive, amount- the .. "onattution. nelatnll'to said proposed am..ndm.nt in". '

:; n press agent. their own. NOTICB lag to $98.09. from Taxation. Jometead. canvass declarations. am. "."
OVESi D.YNO NIUHTT II NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN to said tax certificates together. with thereof shall be subject ,
i-* r fII II fII all creditors of the Estate of Lalla nil subsequent omitted or Levied HE3 IT RESOLVED UY THE LEG- .same regulations and rejfrrlW"are :, ;

': Houston Service Sta. i Yet. swing compositions, despitethe A hillbillies' union might well become R. Chase to file your bill against taxes wil be sold at the highest FLORIDA TSLATURB OP THf STATE OF provided by law lb"I. i

swing vogue have not been America's largest union. The the said emate with the County bidder the Courthouse door In : State of F'-Voci'
I Judge within Eight months from Stnrke on the 16th day of Septem amendment of Section 7 of Article IN TESTIMONY W
PLUMBING numerous Tin Pan Alley apparently parade of the hill folk from their X of the 'e t"
first publication of this notice or ber 1938 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. Conetltuton of the Stat. I have hereunt.
Prompt Service at I doesn't take twinge seri shacks in the AUeghenica.. the Blue sum will be barred by statutes of Dated this the 27th., day of Auf of of Florida. relatn& the exemption. hand and affixed th
ously. Of seventy-five recent leadIng Ridge and the Oxarki to bandstands limitations and become void also and the taxation. be, (SEAL) Seal of the "'at ,,,

Reasonable Prices song hit, only a handful are and studio has now been in pay all debt. owing said estate to FtFlJli SEAL) and shall same be submitted I. hereby, a..r..d. to {?"pa-f. .S&'tW. *

Let Me Estimate Your Job I specifically swing tunes, namely progress for five year, and it's till the HILDABELLE undersigned as CHASE executrix.BENCH Clerk. THOMAS.of Circuit Court of I tors of the State at the to General 5
C. M. RITCH "The Shag. "The Big Apple" going on. There jet ain't no letupto Executrix. Bradford County, Florida. Election for of Representatives In 138. 1&'

r :Po.inY* "Caravan." "Dipsy DOGII -_ it. i-ia-4t-t- 9-2-31-9-16 I- -approval.. .j>*i I or*. rejection said Section; 7 of of '


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,'gap STAKKC.
-- -- -- -
::: - - ", FHA ApplicationsS i Large AttendanceAt I MINISTERS OF LITTLE ENTENTE MEET iilH r |'

h o w Increase Townsend Meet v,.. .
I ..
.. .,
''I I JACKSONVILLE.-. M Par- OCALA Sept S Two outstanding i&.k ,

JOE CHAIN rlsh, federal housing ad.nlnlstra- gathering of statewide

tor, Interest filled local hotels and Silver -
__ _. : I Saturdaymore
-- ----- -- than one hundred percent increase Springs with prominent business >

Florida has seldom leaped on the Cone band wagon In applications selected for exam- political and religious leaders *m

Been such a I In the second primary. ination and valuation during the over the Labor Day week-end

Jtt '/1'' \ scrambled gubernatorial In Tampa Put Whittaker has month of August this year as compared The Townsend convention the

I front. The, come to life, and has tossed out with the month of Augustlast first statewide meeting of advocates -

7 precarious situation' Home feelers of his own. Rumors year. Total applications for of the Townsend pension .

of Governor Cone Insist, however, that he will stay August amounted to $3,438,800 as plan ever held in Florida, attracted I
.11 has got the polltl- out of a special primary race and compared with $1.621,000 for the representatives from practically t t ,

jittery they can hardly save his strength for the regular month of August of 1937. This every club In the state. Congressmen I1

in: I "I?...a. or talk about but one campaign two years hence. Jack business was divided, $1.412,600 received "Lex" Green, and Joe Hen- i

:al "how can I get to be sonville's Harold Colee Is still tell- In the Jacksonville Insuring dilcks and U. S. Senator Charles

'OV.tIlU'hint'I .. ing Intimates he has been pledged office and $2,026,200 received In O. Andrews, addressed the con-

I'' .,nw to be the consensus of support of at least one faction of Miami Insuring office as against vention. Other speakers on the

'pIJ1Jli1)j') physicians familiar with the Cone political machine, and I Ii $555.000 in the Jacksonville office program Included various members -

.lt, ,s. histories of coronary i that he will be a candidate In a'' last August and $1,006,000 received of the state cabinet and Wen
that Governor Cone special election. dell C. Heaton, state industrial
I liiinixiHls;, I In the Miami insuring office

wilt, ]not be allowed to resume the (But the Ocala Star, after lam- I last August. commissioner. Many members of

activErwi"' ,nd strenuous life of Flor- basting Colee's anti-canal record, This. Is the largest volume of the state legislature were also

M 'h lef executive. Dr. Stanley comments: "Mr. Harold Colee, : business that has ever been received present for the occasion. BLED. JUGOSLAVIA The various Foreign Ministers of the Little Entente which Includes the

i who has consistently mln- state chamber of commerce presi- I by the Federal Housing Admin Labor was well represented at I three slates of Czechoslovakia Rumania and Jugoslavia, are shown during their meeting here recently, t

,mlze'', the seriousness of the Govern dent, who has been mentioned istration's office in the state of the convention. Wendell Heaton, following which it was announced that important preliminary agreements between Hungary and the

'", ,illness, will make no prediction prominently In connection with the i Florida and Parrish stated that he head of the Florida Federatiti Little Entente had been reached. The agreements recognize Hungary's right to rearm dtsplte the restrictions

on that score. And the gubernatorial campaign In 1040, was highly gratified with the Labor, acting as official spokes imposed by the Treaty of Trianon of 1920. and! all four states renounce the use of force to d

politic.,d I subject of the moment had as well kiss that hope good- great Increase of new constructionnow man.Much settle disputes among themselves In front in the group above are: M. Fftreacue-Comnen, Rumanian

cpnter on theorizing; aa to just bye--If he had any such hope.I I going on, which is furnishing convention publicity, was Carter given the I Foreign Minister; Prince Regent Paul, of Jugoslavia; Dr. Krofin the Czech Foreign Minister; Princes

I"ten the Governor will dothat North Florida elects the gover-I a splendid volume of business for ber of the by Florida Jeiry. Railroad, mem-Commission Olga wife of Prince Paul; and Dr. Stojudinovttch, the Premier!' and Foreign Minister of Jugoslavia.

Ihls sreptre Will he inLine nors and north Florida Is for the i people engaged In the building -- -------
who toured the southern
/ for a special primary, or in ship canal) trades and allied Industries and Is
candidates to get on the part of the state urging TownsendItes ents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boone, room won the banner. The next Barbara Jane, and Mrs. Melton, of
I time fo. From Ft. Lauderdale comes I enabling many to secure work who ,
..Iailection' ballot? Will he word that Sheriff Walter Clark Is I otherwise would be unemployed. to attend. at Sampson City meeting will be held October 3. Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. j

was until after Novemer 8, and nursing gubernatorial aspirations, (I I _._+__ Besides trips In glass bottom Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter I and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Sunday aft

I bind the reins over to Senator and will get into the battle with RISING boats through which the wor.ders I Miss Dorothy Norman, and Appointed Registrar ernoon. t
Gulls? Or will he hold on Silver Springs were enjoyed the Mrs. Audrey Newman and little Miss Vera Galney has accepted
I Stuart but little encouragement. In Tal- Miss Edna Lewis, CorrespondentElder conventioneers Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch and
I and let Senator were given a dem- Branch a position with the State Boardof
until next April lahassee, intimates of Senator William son, Harley, all of Gum ,
Jj Turner Butler climb Into the onstration of how poisonous reptiles were visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae Health as the local Registrar Miss Louise Crosby, of Lawtey
Hodges are planning on having and Mrs George Stance are milked of their venom by for the Brooker and New River
I chair? Nobody Sunday. and Miss Madeline Crosby, of Rising -
governor him In the race and are polishing and children
were dinner guests Ross Allen of
his Institute.
sections. In case of a birth or
I the answer or, if anybody up the campaign strategies of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae were spent last Sunday here as the
and Mrs. H. H.
Monday The second gathering was the death please notify her in orderto
|does, 11'11 the most closely guarded that nearly carried him over Lewis. recent visitors at Mr. and Mrs. J. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cros
three-day celebration of the Golden
birth death certificateor
a or
I political secret Florida has ever the two N. Norman's at Gum Branch We get by and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby
top years ago. Tampa'sRaleigh
Jubilee of the Florida Christian
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and a burial permit. This should be
I brewed.In Is are glad to know that Mr. NormanIs and Ardell of
Petteway standing by, Mr. Mrs. Crosby,
Endeavor Union which atracted
dozen children spent Sunday with Mr. done in keeping with the laws of
meantime though, a -
tbe improving after several week'sIllness.
listening to ax-grinders asking Yukon, spent Sunday here as the
for Cone's job are and Mrs. R. L. Conner of Saxton. several hundred religious leaders our state.
candidates him to take up the cudgel again. Those from here who attendedthe representing' every part of the guests of his parents, Mr. and
I Machines being
in the field. are Even Dave Sholtz's former state. Mrs. and Mrs. G. R. Alvarez Mrs P. A. Crosby.A .
( the state Florida State Association of Annual Meet Attended
secretly organized over tary, Jim Newell, is out secre-I + have a little daughter in their of the Brooker Jr. High
Churches group
Missionary Baptist
I and promises are being ex- A large crowd from here attended -
trades the political pushes, using home. The young lady has been School interesting
pupils enjoyed a -
met with the Waterloo Church, PINE LEVEL very
I and if the occasion arises I the Annual Meeting at
changed. approach personal contacts with named Joan Jenelle.Mr. to St.
Tifton Ga. last weekendwere sight-seeing trip
wake morn-I near Now Hope Church In Alachua
I Florida will up some Mrs. II. M. McKuc, CorrespondentSome I
members of
the State Democratic
and Mrs. Britton Alvarez
full blossomed gub- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner County Saturday and Sunday.IVrnnnalu Augustine Thursday.
find a
bgand\ Executive Committee which he
and daughter Elna, Mr. and Mrs. and children were visiting Mr. and .--,--
under full I
I campaign of the of this
people sec-
material still thinks might be called uponto R. M. and children Melva I Mrs. O. E. Crosby, at New River,
Crosby titan attended the Church Mr. and Mrs N. G. Hayes and Around 200 earthquakes are reported -
fwing nominate a candidate, despitethe I Dorothy and Neat Miss Doris tion at Waterloo Church Sunday afternoon. children were transacting business In the United States each

This week the 1937 legislative act. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. H. H Ga., this weekend.Mr. A9socla-1 I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rauleraon. of In Gainesville Saturday. year
Dave himself probably would I' Lewis Miss Irene and Tommie their
I best political' rumorof and Mrs. Elery Sapp and Jacksonville was visiting Misses Joyce Rogers and Mable
Tradi like to get Into the fight, and has Lewis, R. R Crosby and daughter uncle and aunt, \Mr. and Mrs. H.
the sea- Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp, all of Joiner of Trenton, spent last HUH SCHEDULE
kept himself in the public recently Lucile.
eye M. McRae Monday.
Fell son fell through. Hellbronn Springs was visiting weekend here as the guests of
That rumor declar- with talks delivered before Mrs. David Paulk and little Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill and Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall nnd Miss Vera Galney. Southbound

\ Through ed Cone would re- fraternal organizations In various daughter, Fay of Jacksonville, :Mrs. Alice Oliver Sunday afternoon son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, No. 200-Due Starke 0:15: p.m.

1 sign and hand his parts of the state. Undoubtedly :, spent Monday with her parents, Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and little son, Eldon Douglas and Rebu Lee Hardy No. 207-Due Starke 11:43: : p.m.
however, he won't risk another and Mrs. Walter Underbill. Edward Hall Marshee all of Green No. 203-Due Starke 12:15:
office to Gillis. Then, SupremeCourt Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and spent the past few days In Tif- : p.raw

Justice Whitfield would quit tussle with the voters but Instead Mrs. Jack Underhill spent the children, of Rising section, were Cove Springs, and Elder and Mrs.E. ton and Atlunta, Ga., with friends No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m.

the bench. In turn, Gillis would will attempt to line up with a week-end at Vanderbilt with rel- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs B. R. Bowers, of Boatdraln section and relatives.Dr. i NorthboundNo

give the Jobto more popular candidate. atives. M. McRae, Sunday were pleasant visitors at H.
resign governor
Will Clemons ,
202-Due Starke 1:90::
the house speaker, W. McL. ---+- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jackson and M. McRae's Sunday afternoon.Mr. p.mNo
Quarrels, and Miss Janie Mae 204-Due Starkeili: :
would Gillis M. L. not little son, Ronald, spent Saturday and Mrs. Alvarez' p.mNo.
Cbtlitie who appoint Tampa-I Remember danger signs are Ralph Quarrels, of Miami, spent last I 206-Due Starke 0:15: a''
to tbe court where Gillis wants The stand corrected as I erected. without reason. night and Sunday with their par- and son, James spent Sunday with' weekend here as the guests of, No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: p.m.am.

to be That deal which real- to the 1938 status their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. the tot.mer's mother, Mrs. Lldy' No. 211-Due Starke 9:20: am M
lf was discussed by the principals Waste of the Whittaker- 0 A. Hutcheson, In Vanderbilt sec Ann demons.
Starke Bus Agent: Bea..eley"sService 4-1
fell through when Judge Whit- Knight feud. For
tion.Mr. Elder and Mrs. Charles Peacock, Station, opposite court-
field refused to carry out his part; Basket the records, I quote and Mrs. F. Fender were
Olin L Peacock and
and when attempt to secure the from a letter this PERSONALITIES IflmHARRY SI [ visitors at Palatka Sunday. daughter house.

blessing of Governor Cone, or his reporter Just received from Peter R.I Remember the prayer meetingat

spokesman, failed. O. Knight: "Men are political ene- Pine Level Church every Wed- I

And so the undercover campaign mies today and friends tomorrow I VON I A.S.C.A.P. nesday night. KEY-iVicCABE FUNERAL HOME ,,

began in earnest. McL Christie . I supported Pat Whittakerfor +
MRS L. (], )McCAUE Lady Attendant .
bas definitely thrown his hat into the house in '24; for the sen- The Old Songs Never Die BROOKER I +

tbe ring, with Jacksonville machine ate In '26; for the senate again in I JACKSONVILLE, 'LA. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

leaders pledging support. Tc '30; opposed him in '34, at which I Miss Vera Galney, Cor 43 W. Church-Phone 0-1038 SO St. George Phone :27

his banner has come D. B. Ftacan- time he was defeated; and shortly --- : I wJ r
I. T. A. MeetingThe
non mogul of the Florida School after this contest ended my politi- ao'
nnlr nn Brooker P. T. A. held Its ,
Book Depository credited with beIng cal fight against Pat ceased. I .
.. 1
1. regular meeting Monday, Sept. 5.
one of tbe state's behind-the- have never fought him since; sup
WAIT In the absence of the president, G. UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. ;
scenes string pullers. Flncannon, ported him in 38; and am his TILL
E. took charge of the L. C. MCCABE, President Jacksonville, Fin /
considered a Dan, Chappell sup- friend." (P. S.: Pat, aren'tyou sunday Afternoon \ THE SUN McGauley
porter in the last governor's race, glad to hear this) E. J. On a SHINES meeting. After the reports of the
'i NELLIE committees, Is was decided that Industrial Life InsuranceO.
K.., Blountstown Yes, Calhoun, ,
eENJOY County former state legislator the school would put on a program L. SAPP, Representative j
sometime soon. Mrs. Norman's
A PICNIC AT I Fuller Warren, returns to Talla- w ILJI .

KINGSLEY BEACH hassee this year as a Duval Coun- ." VWeer

ty delegate. And he did once ,1

(Formrrlr Strickland's) hold the honor of being the youngest uou ntze.i .
member of the house having
sew a
been elected in June, 1936 four I rtewsaMrrZ SMALL BUT MIGHTY

months before his 21st birthday.

I Incidentally, he has opened a cam .
paign for elimination of cuttle : Y wra1

from Florida's highways with a +

speech .over Tallahassee's WTAL

last night Sept. 7It) was the

chief plank In his recent primary
campaign. M. 0., Tavares-

Don worry about the recent an-
nouncement of the Florida
maceutical Association Daniel I. McNamarallORE and the balam"ion approval of the L
HIOHH DIWRIH would select a doctor dentist, or By song by the publisher's daughter ar. -

arttl back him as a gubernatorial -I of The earned the publisher a
".\ NICE druggist than two million copies tone
candidate. The announcement \ first published song were fortune. Years later Von Tiller became
FOR NICE PEOPLE" I I was born in the fertile brain I sold and his entire share of the one of the leading membersof _
Society of Com :1
for the American !
fifteen dollars
secretary Just
'at A. William Morrison profits wu Authors and Publishers,
New posers.
- of the association. Morrison, operator Harry Von Tllzer's "My Old America's great performing rights
turned out
R\\\%1 ttt ,ia> 4IALKSONVILLE'S( ; of the Avon Drug Store In long Hampshire before the Home"creators was of song had Society, which Victor Herbert organized

VVm A MQtf I Miami, Is a politician as well as a allied themselves Into the American In 1914 to protect musical

THE fffLHOTEIO11N i druggist and association after yeoman members work Society of Composers. Authors andPublishers copyrights.For more. than forty years, Von
among his for mutual protection.
Tiller has been an Integral part of
last campaign: was rewarded Von Tllzer's first song was pub-
E1E I during the the Gay 'Nineties. the Broadway scene. His genius for MIGHT BE SURPRISED TO LEARN HOW MANY PEOPLE
to lished early In you
with an appointment hits
Into popular
of Health. The Since then he bas made and lost translating song READ YOUR WANT-AD IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY
the State Board the simple drama of the commonplace
several fortunei. Now the performing TELEGRAPH. HUNDREDS OF READERS IN THE QUIET OF f
CAIMelt.rDetvaAW. pledged support of his associationwill alone of his hundreds of has been shown In scores of +
-6 be a valuable thing in the next popular rights song successes are of great memorable songs Sometimes he THEIR HOMES IN THE STORES, OFFICES AND BUSINESS

election, and It won't go to a dOC- value. No popular long folio Is com shares the creation of tongs with PLACES, IN APARTMENTS AND HOTELS-YJ5S.' AND MANY
be out
tor, druggist, or dentist, but to a plete without at least half a dozen lyric writers often Coliaboraro1have turns ; NOW IN THE VACATION SPOTS OF THE NATION WHERE
I both words and music
T. K. S.. Jackson Von Tiller numbers. No review of

ville.--Claude Pepper has not tak- old-time wings creation Is heard of the without type of a Vincent P Bryan. Raymond A CHANGE OF CLIMATE AND ATMOSPHERE.
part in the dicker- Von Tllzer .. William Dillon William
en any "Walt 'Till the Sun Shines N llle, Browne
COtW'ZONR ings over a gubernatorial candidate -i "When the Harvest Days Are Over. Jerome, Will A lleelan, Stanley THERE REALLY IS NO WONDER THAT THESE LITTLE WANT-

for the very obvious reason I' Jessie Dear" and "Down Where the Murphy and Arthur Lamb. ADS PULL RESULTS LIKE THEY DO!

& t that he is in Europe on an Wurzburger Flows. As a publisher. he has brought celebritiesas to
and extend-I Harry Von Tllzer ran away from light such songwrltlng THEY'RE TROJANS FOR RESULTS-AT-SMALL-COST!
Ig tir t n7 ed vacation tour, of Ernest R. Ball Jean Schwartz.
R ; his native Detroit In 1881. a boy
back until October; the fun may Fred Jimmy Monaco and
. S. S. C., fourteen, to join a circus He be- SO GIVE US A LIST OF THE ODD THINGS YOU HAVE AROUND
start then, though with repertoire many others Norah Hayes leapedInto
Rumors that Chester sea fame by singing his "Down THE ,
Tallahassee .how*, and at sixteen was a
Treadway, former state road department soned player a* well as composerand Where the Wurzburger Flows" and VALUE-LET US FIX UP A FOR-SALE AD FOR THESE ITEMS,

bead, Is slated to replace singer of original songs. Blanche Ring found the Von Tllzer AND YOU'LL BE SURPRISED HOW EASILY AND QUICKLY

I Robert J. Dill as state WPA ad- I Urged by the Gllsnn.famous to comic develop opera his for Bonn You". "I'd and Leave"On!My a Sunday Happy After Home THEY MAY BE TURNED INTO CASH.

have been current for star Little theatrical
ministrator I flair for songwriting he came to noon her passport to THE COST IS ONLY 25c FOR 25 WORDS, EACH ISSUE.
some weeks. It might take place New York from the midwest, earning fame. Von Tllzer published the first
before this gets Into print, as the I transportation as a groom In a songs of George Qerinwln and Irving

SUMMER'COMFORTnodm. last story Insists the change will carload of horses. He reached the Berlin

be made on Sept. 1 . 1>f. 0., goal of bill dreams In 1892: with $16 Dapper debonair buoyant with
M at Bnpraol kot l la tae several counties in his pocket.At almost youthful enthusiasm, Harry
Mon e l dowmlow lockMavUl. Ev.ry Clearwater-Yes Pastor'i-th music ball Von Tllzer carries.. lightly the weightof
the le Tony
boa with tab and ibaww. roll wain. have "no fence" laws, aud of the period-ha found advancing yean, times.. hli step
de lux Bradford
boa. Envy bd with ba.tepri.e Not.arr. gality of some has been questioned customers for his unpublished original to the acceleration of the modem The County TelegraphSTARKE

"".r and is Madlai lamp auanloe kw but upheld by the supreme songs, at two dollars and up. tempo. He delight In the creation
.rery float court. When at last be Induced a publisher of new song In the modern Idiom

POPULAR PRICED ...-- I to take one of hit songs but find even greater pleasure In FLORIDA
[raR LOUNGE cad CO fyU SNOP eight Von Tllser' full payment of fit- the security In modern program of I ,

Oan /. l pUNO Hftmlt"OTU There are approximately the teen dollar war five dollars down his long hits of a generation, ago I
ATTIM f MOtll. OilOTO for every mile of road In I +
cars (Untie,rtaturi t k Photo Syndicate) ,
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lights: used 434 hours and was here over the wk, ., -
i Meeting -
Miss Geraldine Hall ,1 'I September : billed $13.68. 1 Mr. and Mr F: fo) ,

I Entertains At Her Home F A V 0 R I T'REeIPES I Held By W. M. S. F. R. Carra dine's drug store Jacksonville w<-u> \ ,I.it 'f.

In I Mrs. M. B. Herlong was hostess uses electricity for cooking, water lives here over the \\ ,,1;n "

f occtrJJ 1 Hampton I I| Monday afternoon to Circle Number heating, refrigeration' water Mr. and Mr i ? I"" ,.

I Miss Geraldine Hall entertainedat I I One of the Woman's Mission- pumping and lights, billed on commercial Branford, weriviiti, ,, \,,' *

a delightful party at her homein --- --- ary Society of the Methodist rate: used 736 kilowatt ton's parents Mi! ,ta,,.! M,,

Hampton last Thursday nightIn Some very interesting recipes I Church Zinnias and marigoldswere hours and was billed $29.77. Dinkins, Sunday

honor of her cousin, A. P. have come to us recently through used In decorating the living O. J. Phillips on combinationrate Mr. and Mrs {' n \ '

Visitor Honored Miss Beatrice Cox Becomes Stringer, of High Springs. the mall. We always appreciatenew room and sun parlor where the used 68 hours for water, refrigeration and son, Cecil, left .I", ,, ,.,"' "K

Bride of Ennis Bradshaw The hostess chose a green and cooking ideas sent to us in I''i guests assembled. and lights and was bill- Miami, after spend InK '"'
At Bridge Party
I The was opened by ed $4.90. here at the home "V *
pink color scheme in decoratingher this way for it Is impossible to program o. Ml, ""' .
Miss Connie Padgett, guest of Miss Beatrice cox daughter of home for this lovely affair. see every one personally. Do not I' prayer, which was followed by Bible Our straight lighting rates area A. M. Blanchard.Miss Ur>

:Mr! and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, was Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox, became After enjoying several games on Destitute to mall in your favorite study from "Songs In the $1.50 minimum for which we receive Vonda Innum

the honored guest Saturday after- the bride of Ennis Bradahaw in a to the where they I Night," by Mrs. J. W. White. The 13 kilowatt hours over at 9 was '' K''
o'clock the lawn and music in the living recipe Telegraph ; visiting Mian P! .,.u!,, ,
at 3:30, o'clock when Mrs. beautiful wedding at 6 home mission work in Texas of I' "
noon: room the guests were Invited into will be reprinted and benefit hun- cents per kilowatt. here over the week n-'!

:Matthews entertained for. her witha Sunday afternoon, September 4, (the dining room for refreshments. dreds of other women all over the Miss Annie Swindall was reviewedby This article Is in no way written F. R Carradin. \ ... ,
In the home of her parents at the "Madam I
bridge party. Miss Hall was assisted in serving county. Mrs. Frank Robinson. to take part in the political and Rat Hurley j I. tt '"

Roses and zinnias were used in State Farm. The Rev. L. O. Shef- refreshments of cake and lemonade Here's one that sounds different Chiang Kai-Shek: Greets the General I campaign in Starke, but in fair- New York City on ". orbusiness '

decorating the lower floor. of the field performed in the the impressivering of to her guests by her mother, : Conference in the UnitedStates" ness to t"-e Florida' Power & Light and pieusin." i ""
presence E. K.
Matthews' home. ceremony Mrs Elizabeth Hall, Mrs. Essie Boston Cream Candy was read by Mrs. Co., and all bills quoted will be :Mrs. Mae Wells <,\ ,
the immediate family and a few life lesson
The -
After several rubbers of bridge Johnson, Mrs. Pauline Turner, and 3 cups sugar Perrymnn. spiritual I shown on request to any one visitor to Gaine Mii, M

Mrs Slernberg was presented witha intimate friends. dec- Miss Mary Wiggins. 1 cup cream was given by Miss Olive Ray. Mrs Louiebellt,
The home attractively
bunch of flowers for Fall wear those to enjoy Lump of butter size of walnut In the absence of the circle "er"JlI City. spent! th'
Among present
white and fern. I
orated with asters Johns
as her reward<< for making high The bridal couple took the vows the evening with the hostess and I .la cup white Karo syrup chairman, Mrs. Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish, of home of her pal ,'JI' a'O '
of Mrs. Boll until can make it into the business session was conducted Webster, relatives W Brown
ecore In a game bingo before an Inprovlsed altar In frontof honor guest were: :Misses Claudia you I were visiting
Pete. Stubblns won a piece of pot- the fireplace. Large white Belle and Leila Mae Brown, Mary I a boll on a plate, then pour into i by the vice-chairman, Miss
buttered platter and cut into Olive Ray, and Mrs. W. B. Parks
baskets holding white asters and Lee and Dorothy Johnson Juanita h
I transacted her duties as secretary.
Matthews presented Miss and Helen Kelch Frances and squares.
either side of ,
fern were placed on i ,
The Mrs. T. J. Griffin
of hose Mrs. Roy R. Mathews. I president d
with a pair as a
Padgett June Johnson, Dora Mae Wynn,
the fireplace and the mantel was talked the financial condition
I on
memento of the party.An banked with the same flowers. Dt'othyVntterson, Jeanette Parker d Sijsir :
contributestwo of the Society and plans were discussed -
ice course was served to thefollowlJ'lIo :Mrs E. Thornquest
Hazel Brown
Mrs. L. O. Sheffield played the I
for a bazaar to be held Just
that should be in
who were I recipes every
: guests present music for the Mary:\ Wiggins.
nuptial ceremony before the holidays Mrs. L. F
with the honoree and hostess: houaewifes cook book. Here they
I, using the traditional wedding j L. A. Johns, H. C. Greene, Smith was elected as a member of
Mr Rn-rnherjf. Mrs. K. Q. Dun- are:
I v
marches. Charles and Roy Parker, R. L. and
the Board of Christian Education
Mrs Stubblns Mrs T. T. Orals and Pour Butter
can. The bride's only attendant was Holland Blown, Ernest and Ran- aa'I
Circle No. One.
Long. Mrs. A. Z Adkins, :Mrs. W. Use equal quantities of pears to represent
Miss Louise Cox, of Mount verde. dall Boyd, Alvin and Williard
The hostess assisted Mrs,
B Sewell Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, and grapes (at Jellying stage) I by d
Mr. Bradshaw was attended by Dr. Wynn, Wayne and Warren Fred- served sherbert and
Carrie Bitch
Mrs. E. It. Struth, Mrs. Jack Williams. Pulp grapes and remove seeds. ,
F. Geiger, of Jacksonville.The ricks, Claude Durham, Lawton
Miss Madge Middleton Miss Put the peeled pears and the grape pound cake to the guests.
bride wore an angel skin Youngblood, James Barwick, L. R. I
Evelyn Stump, Miss Lucille Mitchell skins through the food cutter, add The circle was Invited to meetIn
lace gown fashioned princess style. Kalch, J. C. Wynn, Theron and
and Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jack- the juice, and about three-fourths I October with Mrs. A. F. Sauls ,
Her dainty bridal veil was of white Wallace Collins, and George Williams I
sonville. as much sugar. Cook until thick and Mrs. A. H. Green, at the
illusion and was finger tip length. il
or until the Juice Jells. I home of the former. I
She carried a bouquet of brides'roses +

Methodist Choir Meets With and feverfew in cascade ar Members attending this meeting' l -

rangement. Baptist Circles Have Grape Juice with the hostess, Mrs. Herlong, f
'MV.vgg9e, ,
Mr. and Mrs\ T. T. Long Following the ceremony, the Good AttendanceCircle An easy way to prepare grape were Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. L. F. I

Members of the Starke Methodist couple left for a wedding trip, juice Is to take a cup of sugar, a Smith, Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs. V .-. -
< r *rsi
Number One of the
Choir met at the home of Mr. keeping their destination unknownand cup of grapes removed from B. Han-ell. Mrs. H. B. McLendon, lirrmf NOMM I5 -> +

and Mrs. T. T. Long Thursday after September 20 they will Missionary Society of the stems and put them into a quart of Orlando; Mrs. K, S. Matthews, OIM / Y

night for a social hour after their make their home in Panama. The Baptist Church was entertained by Jar and fill the Jar with boiling Mrs. Sauls Mrs. Carrie Ritch, aCtetA_\?Yw

regular practice at the Church bride traveled in beige outfit with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. G. water. Seal. Use after six weeks. Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Parks Miss I II .4 4fF CQLLy c
home of the
M. Bennett, at the
Special music for the regular luggage tan accessories. Ray Mrs. White and Mrs. Perry-
former, on Tuesday afternon. Mrs. Chocolate Loaf Cake
church service Sunday morningwas _
Mrs. Bradahaw attended schoolat I man r
arranged. the Mountverde boarding school L. G. Powell, circle leader, con- Miss Ida J. Hagan, of Theressa, Mrs. J, F. Colley and Mrs. L -
ducted the devotional service and .,, _
contributes a recipe for a choco- _
hostesses to Circle 14bra
Attractive arrangements of and later attended Merideth college I C. Ray were
prayer was offered by Mrs. A. M. late loaf cuke. Personally we thinka ; ,
Number Two, at Mrs. Colley'shome J dS
at N. C.
roses were placed to advantage In Raleigh,
Darby. Mrs. Powell presided overthe chocolate cake is hard to beat ,
the living room for the meeting Mr. Bradshaw also attended the which was made more at Y
business session and routine
and this one sounds even better
Mrs. Long assisted by Mrs. D, P.Carpenter Mountverde boarding school and business tractive with September flowers.
was transacted. Duringthe than most loaf cakes. We just
In the absence of the circle
served tempting refreshments later attended Stetson Universityat mot Q i1e.r1cG
to those present DeLand. At present, Mr. Brad- social period the hostesses hope that Miss Ida and the rest of chairman, Mrs. L. A. Davis, the ", ."eem >>01' Geed o l >T O Asterlcea Trmlf Crowap
served fruit punch and cake to g Poult Ire
will send more
us some
shaw is connected with the Amer- you business session was presided over ,.".. lIoID. _g moo f ouroal
ican Fruit Company In Panama, sixteen circle members. recipes. by the vice-chairman, Mrs W. E. o Chrtltlan N.mld 1""nus1- It yrlO O Glad. 6 Ldgmtry j flOhdf
W. C. T. U. Meets Circle Number Two met with >t cup sugar other business 1'0101...; .C1esttIt Tt 0 Country ,
where the young couple will make Among .,.. ..d1 Born. h
The W. C. T. U. meets this afternoon their home.Auxiliary. Mrs K. M. Thomas and Mrs. F. \'a cup butter that received attention was the o Iolndl, JIIaqasl... I Tr O Farm louraal I7,

(Friday) at 3.30 o'clock ,, F. Flume at the home of the for- 2 eggs election of a member of the Boardof OO JIIaq..aI ;::::'it: \m O Prome ,tort.. I yr

) at the home of Mrs. R. L To Meet mer. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, circle 2 squares chocolate Christian Education. Mrs. Ho- 14CCanA' for AoY .'a. 4 Tb. Ilom.'trtr'tPr ecro/L I n

Kemp: Members are urged to at- leader, lead in the devotional service 2 cups flour gan Smith was chosen to fill this aQ .. JIIaqcD8 1 h
tend. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the the business session was also 2 teaspoons baking powder office. i Pa p.ag.d.r (w..1dt-. I n d L..qb W Magada. FrG
I | ..... .
a .
Presbyterian Church will meet .. ..
presided over by :Mrs. Brownlee, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Miss Amelia Ray reviewed the \lcto"al a ,

r Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the and Mrs. T. K. McClane acted as Beat to a cream one cup of sugar book "Songs in the Night," whichis -.. ._.. 1 Yr DPot59ae.rN( u J p0Aomaa
, Excess Acid home of Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. <1" 1\0" Yr Poultry ).,
| c.u.e. secretary. Ten members were and the butter; add the eggs, a Bible study of the book of T"bun.T .TI
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FREE youpain.oIStom.che Mrs. T. N. Kendrlx will be program present. At the close of the busi- well beaten, then half a c*p of the Isaiah. Mrs. S. S. Dowling reada 0v..n. 'Boo," t lit ORoutb ?arm-_ I Pr

U!..,, Indigestion leader and the subject will ness session/ the hostesses served /milk and the vanilla, Sift togetherthe letter from Madam Chiang Kal- Coni. ton. a Yf Qsoa/hf'a FrIh

BloatingGae,Heartburn,Belching be "India." Mrs. H. H. Young orange juice and cookies. f flour and baking powder, and Shek of China in which she greeted \ 0 True aouthera" nu\at- I ra o woman. y w' 10Wem t

Nausea,get a />.. ample of UDGA will be In charge of the devotions; Circle Number Three met at the beat them into the other Ingredi- the General Conference in the "" '.Wor 14

and a />.. interacting booklet at and Mrs. E. M. Davis will pre home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman ents. Put the remainder of the U. S.The.

sent a chapter" of "Our Presbyter.ian with fifteen members present. Devotional I sugar and milk with the chocolate, hostesses, assisted by Misses .i .
. i.i.CARPENTER'S Church. ,, was led by the circle leader into a saucepan and cook until the I Katie and Virginia Fugate, servedan All

t :Mrs. L. A. Canova, and the chocolate is dissolved; add to the ice course to the guests. OFFER IIO OFFER IIO 3

j S NEAR TO YOU /subject was "Thankfulness." The cake batter; beat well and bake in I IAU FIVE ALL FOUII
1'bIaJr..1 b. FOR ONLY TM.ITewipapu.I Tr. Foa ONLY
i FLOWERSAS S YOUR TELEPHONE company joined in singing "Count a moderate oven about three quar- NoticeThe ....... } }
) Your Blessings," after which the ters of an hour. Woodmen Circle will meet 4 from Xoq.Group B $2.10 3 from XovcnIae.Group A $2AO

leader read Luke 17:11-19, and the
123-J Tuesday night at 8 o'clock In the
U: Mrs. W. B.
I Doxology was sung.
ALL ORDERS FILLED Bennett-Hagan Woodmen Hall. All members are OFFEB MO. I OFFER 110. s
Alexander led in a final prayer. This lUwipaper.I Tr. ALL FOUR TUi .__ .1 Y' s AH SIX
ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY t Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hagan, of urged to be present. j Xo.o...... A I *O8 ONLY rOR CHUTMcCall'
PROMPTLY During the business session secretary Jacksonville, announce the en- 2 from Group r\ } 25 2 ....... upA 55

fJl 't and treasurer gave reports, ..,....... $2 lDM $2
h also committee chairmen. Mrs. gagement and approaching mar- LAWTEY I 1M. Group B 3ir Groap B
MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke' of their daughter Thelma
.. .
Canova invited the circle mem- O. J. Phillip, Correspondent -- !
Irene, to Alfred Stanley Bennett,
bers to meet at her home on Wed- '+1.i'-lr; ,nOr.\' .... ALL TOPE
-- of Mr. and Mrs. G. H Ben- I r. I roR ONLY
son htold
nesday, September 21, for a social Different citizens of Lawtey .I u.c.; I"\5Jl\' :' I Ho u. M.culD. i
I net, of Starke. ,, I
lI\OrI. 25
Good "
', }$
hour and to report on the Educa- have mentioned about rates as
I 2
:Miss Hagan is from : Country Hom. fvTNtS
DRINK tional Building Fund. Bills were Fitzgerald, Ga., where originally she attended charged by the Florida Power & ,Q f; R lfEWSPAPEa I rr

allowed and committees appointedand Light Co., in this city and it seemsas ;, ,, ,
, school. For the past few years
Mrs. Canova gave out parts she has made her home in Jack- If some citizens of Starke are Maq......* I rr ALL rlVB
for the program meeting on Sep under the wrong Impression about Woman'. World I yr FO'I ONLY 1

tember 19. As this was the last sonville.Mr. the rates charged by this firm, according Good fitoiUl t r. }$2.10 S
Bennett received his educa- Farm Journal p
Cola meeting for the year, no place was to recent articles In the I THIS NEWSPAPER i 71 .)'
tion from the County
Pepsi selected for the October meeting. Telegraph. For the information!
High School. At present he Is em-
After adjournment, the hostess ployed on a WPA project. of all concerned, rates charged In r D
i. served lemonade and cake. Lawtey at the last reading:
The wedding of Miss Hagan and
J. L. Harrell on combinationrate
Mr. Bennett will be an event of 1-----------------:
used 168 kilowatt hours and
e BIGGER AND BETTER Mrs. Burns Is HostessAt Sept. 9 at 302 Belfort St.. Jacksonville was billed $8.68. .
will be
The ceremony a
" Kingsley Lake Mrs. F. R. Carradlne uses electricity lead me
I performed by the bride-elect's fa I saelo. for which pleas '
; Mrs. Edward Burns was hostess ther. : for refrigeration, cooking i the uagailn.. I have checked 10..tUtwith a jr ea rH I

Wednesday morning at ten o'clockat water heating, pumping water and subscription to your nawipaper.Atr .

: her summer home on Kingsley a Home O/l'e./ C ataxy Offs
Pioneer Baker Countian !w I
i 1\ '. r li Lake when sheentertained at NEW ri'ftTOMK.Itl' FLORIDA
,, Bridge. The cottage was simply Celebrates 83rd BirthdayJohn POWEll A LIGHT cot I llama -
t td II
" but effectively decorated with yellow Let a loral man who ..fated
iIit s e I flowers. B. Sapp, a pioneer settler you In obtaining Elcetrltf. ..,- I I.. R.F.D..___
sire do roar lloa.eVlrlna:.
d and stock raiser of Baker Coun-

Refreshments of Coca Cola, I I ty, at Sapp, Fla., celebrated his ItvaiioiBahlA.ServiceO. .dependable nH Town and Slats ............ --- -
ft sandwiches, and potato chips were 83rd birthday and reunion with a J. PHILLIPS. Lawter
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: served the guests during the
progressions dinner last Sunday at his home, -

.f ., Only 345 of bridge. Mrs. Burns when many of his friends and relatives i

was assisted In serving by Mrs. attended.A .
, lt( ; ;
j M. F. Brown.
noon-day dinner for the many

't 1 battery At the conclusion of the game guests, with thanks returned by \

;, Power, Stamina and Lena-Life Mrs. C. W. Chalker was presentedwith Mrs. W. K. Jenkins, of Raiford, SCUOOL

i t I Fully Plates.Guaranteed.9O-Amp. Full Rating Size s 8i a pair of hose for making was served with the crowds enjoyIng : II UI (Ii: f fref Y

. Western Auto' definite 0-month high score. In a game of bingo the many good things to eat. BUS ,

guarantee ....urn absolutely .LI.. .0 1 Mrs. E L. Matthews won a novel- Among Starke people enjoyingthe Caz 'Pas by

I factory. .ervlce ty flower pot. affair at the Sapp home were: Right to the way 0'.Iudenta r

Installed FREE Those to the Mrs. bus tavorite '"' it most
. present rnjoy Mr. and Mrs.V. A. Wilkes. ?
: j I OUrr aaet umiliir, taeingi. Prefer tpttifiealioni for all rat" morning with Mrs. Bums were: Ira Andrews, and Mr. J. M. Al- I A Florida Molor bac1& to :otaonlye teats 01 01 a

Mrs. Chalker, Mrs. K. G. Dun- varez. and Leant bu ss ..go Worn.n. the Un1'Ie, .ilY
....ern < or toe pleasure
:{., DAVIS DELUXE FAN II.YL.a. : : can, Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns, Mrs. Lee con".S Florida State College.cboot.-but'You have more !G (

I 21" or 26" Bicycle I Tircs$1.6S For Ml Car, Graham, Mrs.V.. S. Graham, P. T. A. Meeting ThursdayThe Florida and i ii 1I101\.Y' too. _.seas
Miss Madge MIddleton, Mrs. M:. F. .route
rYul..mnd crl.t lIt!atyALL.IUAL "I ...
Parent-Teachers Associa- .1 aS .n.
Brown Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. LE
DAVIS DELUXE ",.to' a" ..3.45 ntltlliM ..0.411\ ,,
tion of Bradford County High E
II _t 1\.f\ 'i. npre.nr" J rod Matthews. K"o vn.I..1 ,
!I'' Bicycle Tubes ___________ ,79c '. 'hock ........., School will have its first regular ATLANTA ___ --OIL4a NACOV! .."..IMIw'NT"
1 Bicycle Parts and Repairing {,...., ...woni meeting of the new school year 1.\KEI.A1'I0 -'SAO H.M8WH .-"...91JIIEW \ ,
J.5O ....10
Epworth .
' Th. bent money ran Thursday of next week September R PAItK I:
I' buy yet priced to .FBeasley'
1, nnve Holds Monthly MeetingThe 15, in the high school auditorium OKLEAN8
' ; 0 I L l'd: Station
half. afternoon. The
at 3 o'clock in the Service

i F Long Run, 2 ga I.__________$1.19 1 I.cuntom-bullt..MM cord construction, tul17100d ; Intermediate Division of the new officers elected at the last Agent

Pure Penn., 2 gal.___$1.29 iriiar+ nled hard tor tongnder I Methodist Ep worth League had Its meeting of the spring term, of LACY CONWAY,

/4 Good Penn.. 2 gal ___ _____$1.45 .ererule... monthly social Thursday night at school, will be in charge. They are
; I the home of Mrs. L. F. Smith.
(The very best) For Games were played on the lawn, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president; y rInwL
Mrs. W. B. Sewer, vice-president;
after which refreshments were
Ford "A'' ____. 43. Miss Madge MIddleton, secretary;
General; Electric Bulbs for Car served on the lawn also.
Ford Y-a ode and Mrs. H. C. Retch, treasurer.
or Home Ch.... 2n-.T3 ____ 4.SeSTARKE Those present were: Patsy Keen .
Frances NoeRol Frank Robinsonin

Ida Lulu Davis, Virginia Sew- Temperance Legion

Save at ell, Leonard Smith, Freddie Wlm- Members of the Loyal Temperance ff

berly. Marjorie Davis Mr. L. F Legion will meet next Tues :

1If1 Smith Mrs.. Frank Robinson and day. Sept. 13, at 3:30: o'clock P.

Mr. and Mrs C, D. Little. M. at the home of Mrs. R. L. i

,r, FLORIDA. A very enjoyable time was bad Kemp for their regular weekly

by all. meeting.

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Miss Mary Canova of Tallahas- |, Miss Marion Snpp of Jacksonville Mrs C ('. Sh pda-n'd': ght..rs Misses Marjorie and Han-let Paul Knight tailed aboard the 1 "\

see. spent the week-end here with returned to her home Tues- Mary Lou and Patsy Ann Benson and Miriam Guy will attend Clyde-Malory! liner, SS Cherokee j
her, mother Mrs E. E. Canova. I Ii d.iy moining after spending' < several returned to their home in Callahan the Florida State College for
Friday for New York City wherehe
of \ days as a guest of Miss\ Edith Monday after enjoying u visit hereas Women at Tallahasnee. Miss Marjorie -
i, Arthur Swambom and Bill Long: Rowe guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Benson Is a senior this year will spend the winter. He was '
I will leave soon for Gainesville to Knight. and Harriet Benson and Miriam accompanied to Jacksonville by

i enter the University of Florida. Mrs L. E. Jordan and sons. Edward --- ------ Guy will enter the freshman class. his parents. Col. and Mrs. D. E. is ,, *$
I.ocal ?4e |I and Harold, of Oveldo, were Mr. and Mrs\ H. C. Wall of Knight und his brother and sls-
Charles William Chalker left guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.T. I Tullahaaaea, Mr. and Mrs. George ter-in-law, Col. and Mrs. H. V.
Mrs. Anne Mathews and Miss
this week for Charleston, S. C., J. Griffin ana Mrs. Carrie Bennett, A. E. Wall, and Jimmy Knight.Mr. tl,a
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND where he will enter the Citadel. Ritch. Flynn, of Jacksonville were the Edna Mathews mother and sisterof t.

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Mathews, who have and Mrs. J. W. Whittemore,
Mrs. J. A. Howe and Mrs R. E Captain and Mrs. J. \'\T. McNeer W. L. Wall. spent the summer In Boulder, formerly of Palmetto, have may,9,

Matthews, of Lawtey were the and Mrs Mae Hazen, of Biloxl Co'o, where Miss Mathews attended ed to Starke where they will make
guests Friday of Mrs. R. A. New- I Miss., were guests Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs Earl Searing Mr. summer school at the University their home, and are occupying an ., Y'',,
--" son Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and Mrs. Glen Searing and O. C. were recent guests of Mr. apartment at the home of Mrs. ,I w,

I K 0 Duncan spent ThursJfi :- Mrs O. L Hnynes and Miss I Brown Scaring returned Friday from and Mrs. Mathews. Mrs. Anne Carrie Hitch, on Cherry St. Mr. i

V ...ackaonvlUe.I Hope Haynea spent Tuesday In I Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. Morristown, N. J., where they attended Mathews remained for a longer Whlttcmore has accepted a position ifiil
Jack:!onvllle. I B. McLendon and daughter, Jeanette Vote for It. A. Ncwwmi. rnmll- funeral services for Mrs.O. visit with her son and daughter-in- as coach of athletics at B. '

B Sternberg spent the week- I spent Wednesday in Jackson I date for :Member/ of City Council. C. Searing law. Miss Mlthews, accompaniedby H. S. ; r
6 ,I larksonvllle with friends Mrs. Virginia Carpenter, of Tal- ville. Ho htjiiuN for lower rates and Margie and Roger who will --- _...-._?-- I

s I'll lahassee, spent the week-end here Hound city governntent.-it. A. Mra. Sam Anderson and daughter visit her. for a few days, returnedto A train can.t pull over so ob-
r'I F. Brown spent the with relatives. I Mr. and Mrs Gladstone Jackson, i I Xew",onl.I Janet and Miss Rosa Mae Dunedin serve the law"Stop.."
1 ,ID Tampa with relatives. of Macon, Ga., were guests Tues- Howe returned to their respective I
ek Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Jenningswere day of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Cn-I Charles Burton, who has spent homes 'Thursday night from a vacation .

L Peek has accepted ain visiting friends In Jacksonville I nova. :I the past ten days In New York I I spent in Home Ga., and I'' '
lr! the WPA In Guineati Tuesday. has returned to Starke and Is employed : Chattanooga, Tenn. INSURE WITH .
|I MJss Hazel l Moore left this week' at the }Cozy Horner Res

le ------- Miss Frances Hemingway will for Tuscaloosa. Ala., where she ;I tllu'I'unt.I Edwin Torode popular managerof !
struth is in Jackson-i spend this Sunday In Jacksonville will enter the University of Ala- 'I the Torode Chevrolet Company I! HAROLD C. \WALL AgencyEst.

Iirf U,ig>. Mr and Mrs. W. L. with friends bama. and Mrs. A. It Durden and la reported to be Improving in St. i ,

e,uroMl children returned Thursday, to Vlncont'H Hospital in Jacksonville! ;i iI ( Over 50 Years)
N. T. Ritch will leave soon for Miss DOI'olhyo'hlte spent the their home in Savannah Ga., after following an operation for appendicitis I I ptl',
'tinnle Russell spent then Oxford Ga., where he will enter week-end; in Jacksonville with her spending several days here with there Monday. I We write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as '. ''Iyou
with cousins, the Rev and Mrs. Laurie IG I relatives. -
st. Augustine Emory College.Mr would
,ek-ant your Lawyer: or Doctor. You may save
Hay. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shamia and '
FMi. I I money and grief. Remember spent with your ; ,
aUv money Ile
and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Senator and. Mrs. Charley E. I daughter, Miss Elizabeth Shnnds, !,I local + '
agent hack to {
I.t... w E Torode and Mrs. D. left Thursday for a vacation In B. Jacobs and E. H. Smith spent Johns have us their guest this who have spent the past three may come you.ATTENTION a

.tth spent Wednesday In North Carolina several days in Jacksonville last 1 week, W E. Van Loon, of Miaml'l months at Kingsley Luke have i
B.cksonvillc. ;gone week attending the Shriner's con- secretary of the State gone to HcnderHOnvllle. N. C., for

I Dr. S. P. Vandiviere, of Columbus vention. Association. the remainder of the summer. f.

lot<-re tlnff than fiction! Ga., spent the week-end herewith I : VOTERSI
More"Economic Condition of the his family.Lt. Miss Esther Simpson went to St. Mrs. L. A. Canova and srjn< Mr. ami Mrs. J. F. Coney, Ray

Brad,,uth" on page seven of the Tel- Augustine Tuesday, where she will Levy Jr., Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere Colley and Misses Virginia and ; i I know it's a custom that candidates get : +; '
continue her studies at the State and son, Pitner, and Miss Essie I Katie FUl! ate spent Wednesday ,.I 'I
'raph B. Sternberg left Tuesdayfor Institution.G. Coleman spent Labor Day at Jack- I and Thursday of last week In Her- I out and electioneer and shake hands and
I II Randolph Field Texas, to at-
sonville Beach. nando attending the funeral of Air. but 1 tied with
promise voters
tend frying school. am up my y
L. Patten, of Tallahassee J. P. Colley's nephew James F.
spent the week-end here as the Mrs. L. A. Gray and children I May. work and can't see all of you, besides your
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg attended guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank left Monday for Apalachicola to i I
time is valuable and I have promises other 4
no I
I IIrnRED the Shrine dance in Jack- Lundrum. visit relatives before joining Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dunden and i ''

sonville Friday night. Gray who Is principal of the Mt. Mrs Hurry Roberts have returned than should you give me your support in '

Miss Gertrude Heerlng and Miss I Pleasant. school. to their respective homes In i the election of City Clerk, you can rest assured ,
Mr and Mrs. Richard Kldd and Miriam Stubbs, of Green Cove I I ---- ---- Tampa, after spending Labor Day I
son, Richard III spent Labor Day Springs, were visiting friends here I Miss\ Hilda Wyrlck; and Miss week-end at Klngsley Lake as the I'I. 'I I will be found at the city hall at all.
al St. Augustine Beach. Olive Dell, of Gainesville left this guests of Mr. und Mrs C. C
Wednesday where I will be wait
: week for Tallahassee where they 1 Hoppe (I I, :I times pleased to on

will enter the Florida State College I Thank for consideration at
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Mrs. Arthur Manassa and baby I you. you your
fOR SALE1931 Model A Ford for Women. I Miss Carol White left today for
the week-end In Marlanna with J1
; cash.--R. J. 1 Ann, left Monday for Lakeland to : the polls. ,
J pane) truck, $150 Mrs. Marguerite Dickens. Lakeland where she has enteredthe
Mr. Manassa who Is in busi-
lavls. tf. join ness there. Dr. and Mrs H. M. Conk Miss\ Freshman class in SouthernCollege. I W. D. (DAD) FENDER

FOR RENT- Furnished apart- Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith, of Ruth Murry Cook and Earl Brown, 1I18a"htte was
Perry were guests Labor Day of; all of Tampa were guests Labor panied by her mother, Mrs.accom-I Candidate For City Clerk
meat large, comfortable rooms Mr.\ and lira. Frank W. Bryan, j
Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Day of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, White Miss Etholln
L'rs. F H Long 9-2-2tp '
of West Palm Beach were week at Klngsley Lake. Olin White, Jr. ,,,,, ,
,, ,
? I till'''II'''I I''Ilk II' ill' '''' ll ill' II''IIII''IIIllkllIIIIIII'I'' ''' I Iollll41 I llllll'IIHI' III I I i lllllll I Illil Ile Il llllllllllulil klk lull Illlai'IIpillllaliI'' ,
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A
*1 H W
RICK for nil purposes. Camp- i Miss Ruth Sternberg left today I
vllle Clay Products, Inc., Camp- I for Raleigh, N. C., where she will Bessant Sr. Why lii I the South rulhxl the IU,- Miss Harriet Bishop will leave II! r*

iille, Fla 8-26--4l I visit Miss Mignon Sisson.I tloii'n No. 1 economic problem? today for Lakeland and will enter 4 DRESSES I1II s mil '
Mrs. Jack Williams and Mrs. H Ri'iiil. the famous report to the the freshman class at Southern I I 1 4II "DRESSY" I +

OR SALE- -Strawberry plants I Mrs. E. E Canova and Miss C. Brown spent the week-end in President, beginning on page College. Miss Bishop was accompanied '

$JUSper 1,000, taken up at field Mary Canova were visiting relatives Miami as guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11\1'11. to Lakeland by her parents I
Rhoden, Starke, Route 2, Box i Harold for '
In Gainesville Monday. Glen Duke. Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop, 1/ i
S7Z 8-26--2tp Miss Carolyn Hutto nnd Mrs. and Nina Bishop. p r

OR, SALE All electric table Miss Dorothy Sapp and Miss Miss Vonda Inman will leave Inez Stokes of Columbia, S. C., 1 ,:.
were week-end guests of Miss Hutto's Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand l,
ode! phonograph. Tone and vol- Dorothy Hale, of Tallahassee, soon for the University of ,
mother and Mrs. Stokes' sister Fredrlcka, Mr. and I
where she will continue her daughter :,
ILIM controls, CRYSTAL pick-up. spent the week-end here with Miss bama, '
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Frank A. Jr, parents Mr. and Mrs. J. college work.
B20 cash. See W. Anderson Sapp's
It-do B. Sapp. I daughter, Jane Merrill, all of Jacksonville ) Smart crepes velvets laces and qll !
ptarke. Marjorie Sue Middleton I'eturn-I were guests last week-end
------ ------ --. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and I ed Friday to her home in Jackson- of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Struth and many other GOOD materials! in II
two Ann and Car-
daughters ville, after spending several weeks I Miss Kate Struth.Mr. .
Sunday of Mrs. dresses for afternoon use. The i
NAT SEZ: olyn were guests here with her grandparents, Dr. y. wt.;,
E. E. Canova. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden and ': skirts the sleeves, the necklines''
Way back yonder when you and I, I lion Lee and Misses Mary and "
I wore kids, we believed In Santa Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dick, of Owen W. Griffin and Mr. and Barbara Clyatt, all of Pompano the latest fashion dictates :::1'ilI!' e

Bardwell Ky., are guests of Mr. Mrs. Leonard Drazba, of St. Augustine were guests Wednesday night of j I '' I i, ;lt..
until long punts
Chas we put on
and Mrs. John Uglow and Mr. and are spending a ten days' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. They to make you more charming. The 1"1'1"1"1'1"follow I :!ijl/; I '
which was usually: at the age/ of ii
Mrs. C. F. Ward. vacation at Mrx E. L. Biggs' cot- were returning from a vacation ,I i '
13. Nowadays, kids start wearIng j ,01.0" practically without 'limit; I ,!
tage on Kingsley Lake. spent' In Asheville, N. C.
long pants at the age of 2. Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter, --- ---- I I

I..ftln. talking about the situation Ernestine Morris, of Haynes City, I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright I Hard to M.Ileve, lint absolutely !J:J Jof l''
r In Europe at the age; of four and I were week-end guests of Mr. and and family have returned to their true! Don't lulns. rending "Krunonilo ; -
the are
by they |
Mrs. E. J. Dowling. home In Tallahassee after spending ('olllllt1C II of the South" of
then out of jock joints. I ,
keeping I the summer In the C A. lirKlniiing on page at'\11 In this NHIIV. .' Also l ;
Santa (Claim jou'r ll|>|rti\ old Miss Connie Padgett left Monday Kingsley Lake. ;
Knight cottage on A SMART LINK: ()Jo' GREETING CARDS)
110) for her home In Palmetto, ---- ----.- .. a
I I after a visit .here with Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington I Miss Lucille Kennedy arrived '1

I Mrs. E. L. Matthews. and sons, Marlon and Billy, Monday from Baxley, Ga., to resume -
Yes. nm'ani we have it new were guests over the week-end of her duties as a member of ,

4" shipment of I Henry Manassa and Mac Fischer 'I Mrs. Harrington's parents Mr. I the faculty of the Starke grammar I 'I J CL.AU. JEAN SHOPPJ21'IIONB 1

of Lakeland were guests La- and Mrs Nat Williams and family' school Miss\ Kennedy will f 1 '
; WEDGE HEELSHOES bor Day of Mrs. C. I. Manassa make her home with Mr. and Mrs \ 97 OU 31 ANYTIME t 'tiU "

and Miss Nina Manassa. i Mrs E. M.\ Davis and< W while Starke. ,,, ., l i "
nnd H. Hart In I
I Mr. .. IlpuI'"t' i 'III' '" I !"I I i -'_ VIII" IIIIIIID'' '_911' _I-'IIII ..
1 daughter, Mlsx Jean Davis and ,t
for the little kids just like Miss Lois Adkins left last week : Miss Virginia Anderson and A. W. '. iJ .
the big girl lire wearing I for Fountain N. C., to assume her Anderson, Jr were guests Sunday I "
.sizes from DI/J! to 3- duties as a member of the faculty of Mrs. Emma Anderson in.., j", t .
of the Fountain High School. Archer. : '"
a $1.98A I i ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spentthe I Miss Margaret Holland I. of

l week-end at Vllano Beach at lin, Ga., is the guest this DUb-j
niceCHILDREN'S assoflment St. Augustine, as guests of Mr. L. "r
.. Mr. and Mrs. D. Vining. Miss I
.. and Mrs. Roscoe McClane. Holland is enroute. home after en- I I '
joying a visit In Bradenton with THE CITY OF STARKE 'j''j''I >

Miss Pat Lamb returned to her friends. I
home here Sunday after spendingfive 1 \

all the new fall shacks, weeks In St. John New Brunswick Mrs. J. P. Wall of Putman Hall, 'I "

striped and solids. with Canada, with relatives. and daughter, Mrs. Charles Cap- 'I Having served you for another year to the best of my ::
strong hiMtcx: tops- ere of Nashville, Tenn., and '
ViW Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Terry, : '
lOc .... 15c and family have returned to their I',' of Birmingham, Ala., were guests I ability as your City Clerk, we find ourselves once more l?

home tn Orlando, after spending)! Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. W. A. \
SHOES the summer at Kingsley Lake. | Bessant, Sr. I on the eve of a City Election and I come before you again :. \j

A complete line of I What It the truth about the 'I II I I I earnestly soliciting your support of September 13. If experience ''I t '
for Boys (Girls I il
or :
( to the!' (
Real the report
fin ,"jneil fur liaise strenuous I South To The Voters of I I
i 1'rcsldent beginning on page seven and accomodation mean as much to the general ;, I.
mnrattivitienoallliddirs'imtlqCumrodahie[ In this Issue of the Tl'h'lCral.h. I II Starke I

) and For the mother who L* notable I public as they should, I have no hesitation in coming be'i'i 1 j"
IIIl f ALL [LEATHER I tea to buy the better graded Mrs. L. C. Ray spent the past I ,\e it candidate to nurrreilmyxeir
,I week in Jacksonville at the home In trio City Election next ;
serviceable. fore and asking for re-election the basis of
Fairly '.1' of her son and daughter-in-law, Tuesday I take tlil lout opportunity you on my past h'Jr

$1.00 the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. for soliciting your office. I If feel I feel that I have )
Mipport. My regular duties a"* service in this you as served ':.fL

Mrs. T. J Griffin Mrs. Carrie marshal. have made It lmp
If are looking for Retch and their guest Mrs. L. E. tie for me to nee all of the to the best of my ability, I assure you that I will appre'J'; ,
you Jordan, of Oveida spent Thursday qualified voter ani If you aro
BOYS' SHIRTS in Lake City visiting relatives. one of the ones I have failed to ciate your vote in the City Election to be held next Tues : "
b contact I hoist you will accept ,t.l.

Tom You can't Sawyers go,wrong carried with ex- Miss Kitty Hogsed returned to thin! message an a personal' M>- day. Due to my official duties will be unable to make a I
h :
at this storeprlced her home here Friday, after spend- llcltatlon of your support. I :

.+ elusively now at- ing the summer In Hayesvllle, N. have at all times tried to perform canvass of all the voters of Starke. In the event I fail to i :
C., with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Pass. ( my duties to the bent of I ti f

$1.35 $1.95 79c Mr. and Mrs. James Edward my people ability.of Starke I believe appreciate that thU the I see you, I will sincerely appreciate your vote. ': I' .
--- ,
Murphry and son, James fact and that their appreciation I J/"l i

at Jr., of Palatka, were will be shown In the results of 4
It Pays to Buy Edward'j :
day of Mr. and Mrs. V. the election next Tueiwlay. [f{

rell. !Sincerely' I CARL JOHNS" :

Roane. Jr., and Jimmy ','
I LeRoy ,'
Roane, of Jacksonville, are guests I
of their uncle and aunt Judge and
Marshal '

J Lake.Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, at Kingiley I I'II I'II ,,1 1


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Hints To Housewives RURAL BRADENTON. -- Police Chief TALLAHASSEE Florida supreme DESPERATE SO CAuDru:

COMMON SENSE I Clyde Benton said the unidentified court justices, returning "mOFAX"GASPEOPu/AND

body of a white baby girl had been from August vocations, must decide TOMORROW) III
tra- HAVE
Weekly from Home discovered on the banks of the whether Franklin Pierce Mc- BRAND-NEW A
tion'Specialist, Tallahassee By SPUDS JOHNSON I b+ Manatee river here a short dis- Call Is to dies for the $10,000 ran MAGIC cure
from the downtown business of little GAS RANGE<
tance som-kidnaping Skl'l'gleCash
HTOP ACCIDENTS IN DRSKRVKS CREDIT IN I section. A Florida Power and last :May 28. The case can'tbe

Compiled by STATE'S OWN M.VKKKT< it 4 Light company line crew found the reached much before Christmas, r

ETHEL HOLLOWAY I 1j1 rr'T4t body Benton reported. at the earliest, and may be heard O '
1 9 I after the first of next Mc-
District Home Demonstration<< Agt. "Florida lacks a lot of recovering -I year. "r.
from the old days when all the i IIOT IN TAMPA Call Is under sentence to die. He ,

ownlngs take an annual toll herds were tick-Infested and the TAMPA.--It must be the weather admitted abducting the fiveyearold "

of ,ippro<(lmaely( 7,500 lives In quality of beef<< offered the local II i9 .' A man entered a restauranthere child from the home of his I ;1OH"
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey
the United States. Swimming Is markets WitS almost universallybad calmly removed his shoes and -
PHILADELPHIA, PA. .Deputy Warden Frank A Craven (left) Cash, Sr., at Princeton, Fla.,
learned most easily In childhood, says J. E Williams In a recent handed them to a waiter Then
I and William B. Mills, of Holmesburg\ Prison, are I and was convicted in circuit courtat
and once learned la never forgotten. -' editorial in The Florida Cat- Superintendent he went on with his lunch In air-
All children<< should be taught tleman. "It made the purchaserwary shown as they attended the inquest hearing Into the death of four conditioned comfort. When he had Miami.

to swim, and every person should I of 'native' cuts and the de- convicts at the prison under circumstances calling for Investigation.It finished, back came the waiter .

familiarize himself with the prone- made, for shipped beef more popu- Is charged that steam radiators In the isolation house where the with his shoes, freshly shined. He MUST WAITTALLAHASSEE.

process method of resuscitation. larly known as 'Western' beef, men were confined were turned on full blast until the men "baked"to nonchalantly put them on and The State

Drowning fatalities may be reduced grew In proportion Today, according death strolled out.BUZZARD. failed to make Its payroll for em-

to the minimum If the following -/ to figures, Florida is lmgort-I, ployes receiving more than $250 a

tips are observed: Ing around 60 percent. of .I TUNG OIL RESE.1RCi1FIELD STARTS FIRE month Comptroller J. M. Lee re- I'M
sold the butcher's counter, Marsh Hen Hunting i0 GLAD
Don't dive Into water that Is HEADQUARTERS DANIA.-A buzzard flew into ported only $200,000 available for -YOUU |
notwithstanding the fact that each I IT!
muddy or of unknown depth. Starts September 15 TO UK IV GAINESVILLE high tension wires near hero and salaries to major state depart I WOULDN'T
sees a growing volume of our v
When wading breast deep In a year i plummeted to the ground in flames I. ments, the courts and Institutions,
stream against the current and own cattle shipped to out-of-state GAINESVILLE. One of the leaving a balance due of about 'L THINK OF
go markets." The first hunting of the Fall starting an eight-acre sawgrass s F LIVING
not with it to avoid being swept season will take place when the field headquarters for tung oil research fire that required several hoursto $80,000 that may be a week or OUT
into deep holes. If you lose your Williams then suggests a program I marsh hen season opens on Sep In the South by the Bureau subdue. Two power plant work- more late. As a result, cabinet officers HERE IN THE iI

footing, swim with the current, of advertising and sales pro- tember 15th to continue to Novem- of Plant Industry of the men saw the Incident. Fire War- I and their chief assistants, I COUNTRY WITHOUT -
for the shore motion by producers, packers and of Agriculture justices and their chief assistants, 'PVROFAX1
making obliquely ber 30, according to an announce- United States Department den O. J. Stocks said the fire'sorigin
Instead of fighting the stream. retllers In behalf of the native ment made yesterday by A. A. will be set up in Gaines- was the oddest In his ex justices of the Supreme Court, II GAS
product. The housewife has been Circuit Judges, heads of state institutions
When a boat or canoe overturns, Durden, Conservation Officer of ville, according to information re perience.
stay with It Any rowboat has the taught to buy good steak as "western" Bradford County. ceived by Dr. Wtlmon Newell, di- and some college facul
to its regular and poorer cuts as "native"The rector of the State Agricultural ty members will have to wait for
buoyancy support
load of people whether rlghtslde day when all good beef was Officer Durden pointed out that, Experiment Station, which will cooperate "SPEED LIMIT" NOT LEGAL their pay. Lee said the fund was
Bottom it fur- shipped In, and all poor beef was while North Florida offers some of In the work. TAMPA.-Circuit Judge Harry short because more than $100,000he No need to wait till you're d.,.
or bottom up. air chamber up and raised In Florida has passed, how- the best marsh hen hunting to be of the N. Sandler ruled that under Florida expected ahead of time for In- pente..call us today, and bvgm,
nishes a floating ever. Following eradication of found in the nation, a great manyof President John J. Tlgert law, a municipality cannot fix heritance taxes failed to arrive. enjoying the economy, efficiency
will sustain the of all oc
weight of Florida has arranged -
our hunters are not familiar University limit" of speed on
the cattle fever tick, better beef an "arbitrary efGoenqandckanlinerrof"PYROFA3"Gw
cupants. Right side up and full of animals were brought and are still with this fine sport and do not for the staff workers to use its streets and cannot arrest any TO BUILDTALLAHASSEE. at once!

water the boat will keep the headsof being Introduced Into this state in participate in it. Marsh hens are office rooms in the Seagle Build- motorists who exceeds it, The The State You'll be surprised to know

Us passengers above water if large numbers. Mineral deficien- found in all of the salt water ing and the Gainesville Chamber charge. Judge Sandler said, must Cabinet tentatively endorsed that"PYltorAX"Gaa Service: ii so

they will sit on the floor and not cies and other feeding troubles marshes on both the Atlantic and of Commerce has agreed to sup- be reckless driving, "which takes plication for $700,000 In Public ap- inexpensive. The "PYHOFAX"

try to rise. have ben overcome through research Gulf Coasts, but due to certain ply laboratory space. Field ex- into account the condition of the Worka Administration funds to Gas regulating equipment is pro.
Do not try to show off skill by the State Experiment( conditions the best hunting is to periments will be conducted on road and traffic as well as the build and operate freezing and "Ide which you do not possess.Don't Atlantic Coast in lands owned by the Experiment the small installation
Station. Excellent quality animalsare be found on the rate of speed. for Florida's salt charge of
storage plants
use a water play-ball If of St. Station or private growers, or ; $?.7S. The itself
now being raised here, and the the salt water marshes n. .._ __ gas colts as lit.
there Is an off-shore breeze. When quality of beef in general is grad- Johns Duval and Nassau Counties both Dr. Newell says. water fishing Industry. Conservation tie as A4 per meal per person."PYROFAX" .
the ball starts drifting off shore, !SEEKS Dn'OItC'y.TAMPA.A Commissioner R. L. Dowling
I I Gas is ,..
That Is the extending selected because ,
ually rising.A area Gainesville was I .1gas
children" should be cautioned to Tampa employee told of plans for seeking the PWA
I of not a liquid fuel and with
St. North to located in growing area it
I from Augustine on it is a. you
let it go. Let someone chase it in district manager of one of the I' the Georgia line. considerable magnitude, and the seeking a divorce testified in Cir loan and grant. The Cabinet'sapproval banish firewood, coal ashes
a boat.A big packers made the statement I was cult Court that for 15Vi! of his was made subject to an soot, wicks and messy fuels for
non-swimmer can save a recently that, following: the Flor- The best time to hunt marsh office laboratory space Bureau I 17 years of married life he hand- opinion by Attorney General ever.

j I drowning person nearby If the for- ida Fat Stock Show and Sale In hens is when the above marshes offered to the bureau. The have- ed each of his pay checks to his George Couper Cibbs on the legal
mer keeps his head. Throw out a Jacksonville last March, his firm are flooded by the excessive high and Experiment wife, and in return received only questions and to the will of Governor

ring buoy or a life line use a rowboat placed some of the beef with discriminating tides that always come with the signed an agreement covering co- two bits a day-and bitter scold- Fred P. Cone. Dowling said
of the Investigational -
or canoe.Kentucky East Coast hotels. storms the last half of September operation In all phases ings. He got paid twice a month, the Governor had approved the

The hotels took only small amountsat | and the first of October. These work.. he said, and Immediately upon receipt plan before he became ill a month

warehouses contain 5- first because they were leeryof northeast storms come in across --- of his pay, he would turn ago. Dowling said the plants RANeI -

OOO.OOO gallons of pre-war whis- the beef that had been fed in the Atlantic and drive the tidal SUNNY BROOK FARM the money over to his wife. would aid the state's $20,000,000

key. Florida. After giving It a trial waters over the marshes deep airs. Floyd B. Crosby, Cor. fishing Industry by providing PDE

with their customers, however, enough for the marshes to be nav- KLAN PARADES means of storing surplus catches

care they ordered more than tho packer igated in small boats and the hunting Mrs. Evelyn 'Crosby, who has LAKELAND.-More than twen- against days when bad weather

666 MALARIAIn could supply. | Is done from these boats. spent the past two weeks with her ty members of the Ku Klux Klan would keep boats In port. Cross sKI IHt diagram oj typical

T day and rell.ve.COLDS Much of the beef sold as "Wes- I There are excellent hunting son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I paraded through Lakeland's negro CARD OF*THANKSWe 'YBOfAX"Gal installation.DEPENDABLE .
tern" Is raised In Florida and (grounds a few miles from Jacksonville Mrs. O. E. Crosby in New River, I quarters In a demonstration which
wish to thank friendsfor
other nearby states. Williams Is along the Bayshore Drive and returned to her home Sunday.Mrs. 'spokesmen said was the result of our
Bait*. the expressions of kindness
l.lqld,Tble.m flnt day right when he says it is just as at Saw Pit and Williams Landing. Audrey Newmans and baby, two negro slaylngs here in two and many sympathy extended to us PYROFAX
No* Drop. Headache SO minute easy to get a good steak cut froma In Nassau County there are a Harley, are spending a week with weeks. The white robed and hood, recent bereavement
, Trr .R.-JIf-TI.-World.. Deal Florida steer as it is one from a number of good places to hunt and sister Mr. during our
her brother-in-law ed marchers herded groups of ne-
Llalaietti caused by the death of our brother ....
y Fernandina suchas Ta.e.
Texas steer, if the purchaser is marsh hens near ,
and voiced
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. groes together a warnIng Johnnie
familiar with the grades and ap Llttlefleld'a, Wllder'a Landing, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and against further outbreaks. The Frigo Family. GAS SERVICE]
of good steak. A recent Black Rock and Amelia City. NearSt.
with The parade was climaxed with the
children spent last Sunday .- ,MANE KtIII :
bulletin by the State Augustine the area around the COOKS...HUTS WATER.
Experiment affords Mr. and Mrs. B. M.- McRae in Pine burning; of a wooden cross. Manyof CARD OF THANKSI soma ..,_Ihe Cu: Mum
Station on selecting and using beef Vilano Beach Bridge generally the Klansmen drove cars bear-
I Level.
wish to sincere
and veal should good sport. Boats are avail- express my ap-
help consumers Ing Hillsborough and PIne lias SeeQUIGLEY
to Calvin
and thanks
able all of the above at preciation
become acquainted with different I at places license
GUM BRANCH County plates. Johns, Van H. Corden, and all & D.ll W' ,
cuts and know how to select them. from 50c to $1.00 per day .
other friends who aided
so kindly
And Florida should certainly get C. E. Clarke, Jr., of Jackson Annie Mae Ilarnnge, Cor. TO BOYCOTT GAMBLING Dealer for Elect ro-Acouitic Lab.,
THE credit for the good beef !it does I me during my recent injury
pro- ville, Chief Conservation Officerof TAMPA.--Illegal commercialized D. Williams. WIlllHton Flit
duce In increasing annual quanti i the Second Congressional District Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and gambling in Hillsborough coun- Dewey

SMILE ties Restaurants could well takedown I states that the sporting children, of Pine Level, were visit- ty faces a year's boycott by more

their signs saying "We goods stores In St. Augustine and ing J. A. Harnage and family Sat- than 20,000 Tan>Ipans. The move-

ofPROTECTION serve only Western meats" and replace Jacksonville, also Fernandina, will urday night ment, begun several weeks ago on

'them with others somethinglike be glad to offer visiting sportsmen Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and suggestion of W. B. Haggerty, will 5EGUTY I

this: "Stop Anywhere In Flor- complete directions and full Information -I family attended church at New seek to starve out bolita and other
ida and Get a Good Steak" I I as to how to get to the I I Hope Sunday. forms of the numbers racket.

t It can only come from -. hunting grounds and he further Charney Yarbrough, of Wood- Pledges have been signed by up-

sound, adequate insurance Swords more than COO years old states Indications are that there lawn, spent Thursday night with wards of 19,000 persons, Haggerty -

, 1'// Every element of are being used In the present Slno- are a good crop of birds this year his cousins, Rudolph Chism and said and they will be asked to A small amount each s

!'1. worry and fear Is takeni Japanese war.TRAIN. and that good sport Is antici( R. C. Keene. abide by them In not patronizing lOur
i shoulders pated." local games of chance week invested in
your business
SCIIEUULB I I J. A. Harnage was a '
and the cost is mall! Schedule visitor to Jacksonville Saturday Retirement Plan
of trains arriving here UOATDRAlN MRS. NEPPER NIPS

LET US WRITE dally Subject to change without :Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent I afternoon. TAMPA. Tampa police gave will enable you to
I, notice. Friends and relatives welcome credit for an arrest to Mrs. J. H.

. i YOUR INSURANCE I I.If Southbound-Due Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alford and Mrs. II. Keene and little son, Harley STepper, wife of a police captain, obtain a regular income

I No. 1-Local_______ 10:48: p. children, of Fort Pierce and Mr. back into the community to for a slick piece of sleuthing in uncovering ,.
f We" represent several large, i No. 107-Through.___ 9:03: a. m.1 Bryant Alford, of Hastings were live They have made their homein the mystery of the missing per week at wr .
reliable In the
;11 I companies Northbound-Duo Starke Shamrock for the past three lids but the kids of the
visiting Mr and Mrs. Arch Pre- can the of 60 65 pet r
, Theft Liability. Annuity, No. 2-Local_______ 6:11S: a.m. I Vatt and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene years where Mr. Keene Is em- neighborhood didn't relish the age or f
Life and Fire fields.
N! No. 108-Through.__. 5:04: p.m. Griffis, of this section, Sunday ployed. breaking up of their amateur Don See our local '/7
Air. and Mrs. Herbert Kersey, agentor
Dally except Sundays C. A. Griffis was in Gainesville Quixote tournament. When the
JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT Starke and Wannee Branch Monday on business. of Jacksonville, were guests of his disappearance of the lids became write
No 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. epidemic Mrs. Nepper Investigated !
Boree and rl"Y
Mr. and Mrs. Dan ,
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. Kersey Sunday and Monday. and In a vacant garage found r.u.a rT".u nee
children, of Jacksonville, were VisIting -
f I Seaboard Airline Railway. Charney Yarbrough, of Wood- 18 lids of assorted sizes. The
lit! .I PHONE 13 T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. I Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. GriffIs lawn, A. J. Yarbrough and A. C. neighborhood youngsters admitted

., Saturday night. Keene, both of this section spent they had gathered them for use as
Mr. John Rldgon, of Starke and Friday night in Shamrock as the shields, in the manner of knightsof
hIs son, Arthur, of Jacksonville, guests of the latter' parents, Mr.
old for
a jousting and tilting a pw
t BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull was visiting the bedside of B. L. and Mrs. H. Keene. bout, scheduled for Saturday The r

.: line of Caskets &: Undertakers Supplies Green, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill, bout was called off.

,.; .AMBULANCE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs Curt Dees and of Rising were dinner guests of
DAY AND NIGHT children have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and

I 51PiIONE 53 home in Plant City, after spend- family Sunday.
G. II. BENNETT. Mrr.| ing the past few days with his Mrs. Ben Faulkner, of Water

.1 "A HOME-LIKE sister, Miss Pearl Dees. Oak was visiting her sister, Mrs.
1t, INSTITUTION"I I Ellie Sullivan and Andrew Grif- H. L. Edwards Friday afternoon.

( fis was visiting In Gainesville, H. Keene and son, Vance, of A fe+
Monday. Shamrock spent the week-end herewith
. I. FUNERAL DIRECTOR friends and relatives.

My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for MA to Render GRAHAM Misses Leila and Geraldtne Har

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 1\frs. L. C. Smith, Cor. d nage were visiting Misses Evelynand
MODERATE PRICES Ethel Mae Coleman Sunday

f DeWITT C. JONES I Mr. and Mrs Roy Reynolds andchlldrE'n afternoon.Mrs. .
T. Norman and daughter,
of Reddick, spent Sat-
Starke Florida
DOl'othtNorman, visitors -
Miss were
I \
Day p. 1 Nl.h< ph. 1113 urday night with her parents, Mr.
to Pine Level Sunday morn-
l and Mrs. E. Strickland.
s' Mr. and Mrs. I!. D. Rogers, of Ing.Mrs.. Fischer' Gasklns and little

1 DI Winter Garden, Is spending a few son, of Jacksonville, were dinner

days with her parents, Mr. and of her grandparents, Mr lb.
For Expert Repairing II juid. L. C. Smith. .
and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Monday.Mr. \ j4
! Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds, and Mrs J. C. Sapp and little -

of Jacksonville, spent the weekend eon, Bobby, of Sampson City, -. ----- ---'
with Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Aber- are visiting his brother and sister-

Smith's I: nathy. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp. GUESTS WELCOMETHIS

GarageDAY The Revival which was In prog- Charney Yarbrough and W. R. PURE REFRESHMENTWith

I rasa at the Baptist Church closed Dixon of Woodlawn, were visit- frosty bottles of Coca-Cola In your refrigerator, you are
Sunday night with Rev. Raymond ing Rudolph Chism and R. C. always ready to provide refreshing hospitality for your ftueits /
PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31 I Gooms, of Palatka conducting the Keene Sunday afternoon.Mr. Buy the handy siz:-bottle carton at your favorite dealer's;

,. services, The meting was well at- and Mrs. A. J. Williams, of COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Wrecker Service Day Night tended with some additions to the Jacksonville were visiting her
or ., .
r ; JI I Ip wonderful church and success.we feel that it was a Monday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, r: _: _. ,_ J

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I combined has been seriously! dam- I God sava there is The human I living 'it too fast a pace. we want east him aside and pick !out an- I,, ''I';"'

liKed by erosion in addition, the I heart for it .lesus has I to thi, 'It
ECONOMIC II longs gone wear royal purple of kings other who pi onuses morWe < !; ,
sterile I : 'i.
Is I sand and gravel washed off BOB JONES t t" pnipnii' I It Some who raid .mil we'if not willing 1 to work fin '
this land can's all be millionaires Waciin't t I '
F has covered over a fertile I this. lines will. be thiie soon the privilege. .,
all work I IThat's "
for the ,
r CONDITIONS valley acreage equal In size to Comments On Here 1'hi, (nigh the blue there are hands Politicians have promised much I axliimatlc. government. ;

Maryland I I' that are now beckoning. One of I
I There are a number of reasons And Hereafter these hands la nail-turn It Is the more than they could possibly per When we realize that we must

i I for this wastage hand of the Savior who was form---they haven't been honest live by the sweat of the brow and

c OF THE SOUTH I Much of the South's land originally In the Book of Revelation we "wounded for our transgressions and wo have believed them. The act accordingly; when we realize t
politician has A selfish Interest. that government cnn't
was so fertile that It und bruised, for our Iniquities It always correct -
, ) for produced have a marvelous picture of an will be wonderful to get to heaven. Ho wants to be elected to a place our own mistakes: when we p
,) A REPRINT KOH OF THB REPORT PREPARED matter how carelessly many it years farmed no angel coming down from heaven, Some of us have loved ones there.I where ho draws his salary regard- realize that fully half of what politicians '
T1IH was
PRESIDENT BY T11BL I binding him of All less of economic conditions. lie '! tell us Is Just "campaign
EMERGENCYCOUN'CIl, For generations thousands of Raton, and shutting am one a large family.
southern farmers plowed their up in the: bottomless pit so he are gone except two. Best of all, wants to craze in pastures where talk," when we realize that every M

furrows up and down the slopes can oeceive the nations no more Jesus is there. He has Ills way special privileges are green and, time we gamble for big stakes we

4 rdi Tutu. .Burly. In. July Pre l ., 1 > onomk and asked l the National Emergency to point the finger at others when wo begin to think '' ,
e lean and r.rolll..m'. ", eof the n""dM and ditch to hasten the run-off of silt- Klorlous He Is a mean old Devil cause lie shines unhlnderE'11.'Io'e /\ straight
lust' recently the Nl-Il' submitted lu report, presuming)problomY, "In of laden water after rain. lie has deceived not only Individ- love Him. We are going to see and shout, "There's the rascal and talk straight, we'll all be better
o 3t n .iii rro the mnnlfold Buncts and mlvantiiKOK" pocnexiietl by every your re looking for!" off and, theso self-styled leaders -
thafirneil uals
ii? .-.,,, primarily not with what the South While\ many farmers have now nations He has led kings Him some day face to face with
has but with
i"h .I' ,lU. 'needs.! T."MI some of our" remlem take offonvf! at certain" learned the importance of terracing I and emperors to believe that our eyes undimmed. He truly coma Voters are a gullible lot As will step t to the back of the

t ivuta" In' the report, we hasten to add thnt this nurvey was their land or plowing it the might makes right Ho has offered soon and all of us who know Him fast us one politician falls downon crowd: where thev belong Winter
e I
"i' Kinart-iileukj Aanket-H" but WUB aided by the counsel his \ ,.lble i Haven Herald
,? innilttecof Hi.iitheui clllxdix( known for their tnteroBt contours, thousands still follow the I empires to rulers who would will go together to meet Him In tnipoH promises! they

+ 7 ,".rt (heir fanilllnrltv with Ira problem. It presents a (In.tiiln destructive practices of the I do his bidding. He wishes to con- the air lie may delay His com
a pirtui-e of the Houlh in Gallon past.
to the remainder '
,iud.. will l he reprinted In the Teles-rnnh In Inatullmentv. Half of the South's farmers are trol this world He Is a usurper. ing and one by one we may go

d --- tenants, many of whom have little I It Is not his woild He did not home through the valley of death

interest in preserving soil they do I make It. This world belongs to Whether we die or whether Hi' i
SECTION 1 third of the total found on AmerIcan not own. God Some day it is to have rest comes It will not be long until t t

farms; and because of the The \I from satanic influences for a nil the saints of this generationwill w ,

ECONOMICRESOURCES poor quality of of them the I Soulh'a chief crops are cotton .thousand l al"8V..' be ,
many j ; :V. read In Rev- gathered home. If om'
corn all of these
; 1
value of the annual production of ,\latton that nfter the Devil has should chance to read these linen i

cattle is only one-sixth of the Na- I' are inter-tilled crops-the soil is I been In the bottomless pit for a who does not know Him, it la the
plowed between the rows, so thatit
tion's total. 'thousand yt'ius he i 1M "let loose for player. of the writer that such a YaA ,
+D 'outh as elsewhere theIe' Is left lose and bare of vegeta-
i i'I Ir Fish and I a little season." He goes out to ono may trust Him as a Suvlor it ld
1! game are as plentifulas
mportant economic en- tion.The stir the nations The' will be wonderful to share from
\ in any part of the country. I up again. in theglory KEROSENE (Cool-OiI)

low'm' *' ire Its People and Itsh'SICIl' Louisiana is our largest raw turproducel' top-soil washes away much 1 very fact that the Devil got out of that fellowship under the j'

"resources' The 1937 cenus more swiftly than from land planted of the pit after a thousand years cloudless sky of the Eternal City
to I for Thii should l be welcome\ news indeed to this!
cover crops, such as clover Country
itiirmt'-s, showed that the 13 proves that, God and not man is 1
Tho South has than soybeans, and small grains. More i111'TON thousands and thousands of residents in rural
States had more than 88jiiilon more 300 the Author of the Bible. Any man /Lr1
uthecII and homes where the after
only light
different minerals Asbestos over cotton tobacco, and Homes country
While this pop- asphalt writing this story would have let MU A dik Ts'inuno.
persons. Correspondent nightfall is the weak, sickly, yellow light from
ilatlon, descended from the peo- barite, bauxite, clays, coal, leave few stalks and leaves to be the Devil stay in hell after he was an old-fashioned kerosene" lamp. Think of it ''r ,

,lei >t virtually every country of diamonds, feldspar, fluorspar, gyp plowed under in the fall; and asa once chained there Man's story I Rev Neuton will preach at the modern, white, dry light-simple, safe sad

be world a larger percentage de- sum, lead, limestone, marble, mer- result the soil constantly loses which generally winds up right, is Baptist Church next Sunday morn- f mom economical What joy| in reading,sew ing,

ves from early American stock cury, phosphate rock, pyrites, its humus and Its capacity to ab- usually left this way. ProphecyIs Ing and evening. J working, studying', and playing now in solid I

thai of any other region in salt, sand and gravel, silica sulphur sorb rainfall. pre-written history. God sees amfort-In perfect lafety-uid the danger :
men United States; 97.8 percent, zinc, and so on by the scores. Even after harvest, southern the end from the beginning. Ophelia Bryon returned from eye suain greatly reduced
me last after week-
Sunday evening a
With less than 2 land is seldom to !
last percent of its planted cover
to the census, was
according end visit at and Valdosta
Jasper subject and
Why yourself family
atlve born; 71 percent white, and seams so far tapped, the South- crops which would protect it from, There is to be a new heaven anda the discomfiture, trouble, inconvenience to
colored. east contains a fifth of the Nation's the winter rains. This Increases I new earth, according to the Bible Ga.Mr. I
9 percent Champion of Kings Moun- a and danger to eyesight aDd
soft coal. erosion tenfold. The old heaven and the old
It mines full
The birth rate In the South ex- a tain, N. C., visited Mr. John W. health by continuing to use the same )
wdi that of any other region, tenth of our iron ore annually but Southeastern farms are the I earth will pass away. I do not Watteraon this week. old smoky, smelly, unscientific light 'I s

It produces only slightly more smallest In the Nation. The see how men go through this of grandfather's day? Modcrnira
and the ?'xcess of births over oper- Mr and Mrs. J. W. Horne have
than 7 of world with no hope of heaven. I I home with Aladdin
percent our pig iron. ating units Kerosene I
dlalD"" makes the South the most average only 71 acres, as their guests this week Mr. your
lourco for replenishing the The South possesses approxi- and nearly one-fourth of them aresmaller have had a good; time. I have Home's mother, brother and sister ( t Lamps, and have a real light. Coma
fertile iff' ftl1
I been busy. I, of course have had in and let us tell all about this
27 than 20 you
mately of the farmer
population 'of the United States.t percent Nation'sInstalled acres. from St. George S. C. r /
my share of sorrow. Man cannotbe iilual home lighting device.
t amt when the population of hydroelectric generating with so little land Is forced to J, W. Watterson Is spending a

:country as a whole is becoming capacity, although It produces only plant every foot of it in cash j I, happy unless he absorbs himself few days! with his son, Arthur Also InHanging *'v
In work which make
,tat there is a continuous 21 percent of the electric power crops; he Cannot spare an acre for him forget himself.or plnns Some' people Watterson, of Grler, S. C. Ij'" Illutradun.hnwa Aladdin 1 ahlo .;;LJ01l 't live a third OJB.dd 1

the Southi actually generated. The region soil restoring crops or pasture. The Second Grade Honor Roll
people leaving + 11-10) In
-r! an' "i Lump'
to drown the of their rlark
try yearning in scnll- '
I 'J other parts of the Na- contains 13 percent of the country's Under tho customary tenancy system of the Hampton Public School In I IHS tparkhnpde.r J'oll"j'eors ie

v In excess of the COl'mlgl'atlon undeveloped hydroelectric moreover, lie has every Incentive pleasure heart for money-making-Immortality and God sensuality In- follows: Bruce Maxwell, June !ICothern tad LampStlci floor/ with"",..kludo.Ili..d and ness. Enjoy the blessingsof ;

to the South. power to plant all his land to Carl Mae Hall Until ;i iSible .
which will Surely, beyond this earth TtISd670ea.: a white light-get an r
crops bring in the larg- '. Teacher: Miss Ophelia
n h Is a huge crescent Nearly two-thirds of the Natloll's there must be a "Heavenly City." )
I est
possible immediate cash return ''t
crude oil Is produced in the Bryon.
million In
emo i i 0 652 acres The ------ ___, I
landlord often encourages -
_. l 15 from Virginia on the South: and over two-thirds of our him in this destructive i $300,000,000( worth of fertile topsoil '('41l:1)OIV': TO KAUTII I Aladdin Table! lamp
of practice '
""I i as on the west. It has supply natural gas comes from without. SHADE TRIPODS r
of cash-cropping through erosion every year. All this country needs) to get or ]
southern fields. In 1935 the South
widenaivlng topographic condi- ) This is not merely a loss of Income hack to normal U men In hl hpla,8 C k
furnished about half of the i Training In butter agricultural '
countiys I
tl <' prairies, wooded plains, C'911'e $495
BI methods It Is a lose. ", of irreplaceable capital with grit enough to toll the :
marble such as planting soll-re- :4
output. Florida and '
the !
(fen 'leys', and highest I I. truth In such a way that Jt will
Tennessee produce 97 of storing crops, terracing, contour-
In the eastern United percent
xi! i be truth. So long
ncci pled as as j jour :
Stat all our phosphates! and Texas and plowing, and rotation, has been ran furnish these Lamps in Electric or Kerosene ?
(|>OPM the South hate "too muchuisUr national spokesmen are Inclined -

ft\. iitnsportation facilities of Louisiana supply over 99 percent still spreading, but such training Is \ ?" Rend next WC>l'k's In- tn trade truth for votes we i"ornery. ale, complete' 'line of repairs.BRADFORD a,
'I 'of our sulphur. unavailable to most southern 1
tbe So> lIP are for the most part, farmers Ht-ullmeut of tile Economic: !{<'- rlon go very far. |
the South
,, eicfllem. It is covered by rail Commercial fisheries flourish on Annually I port.( I The. simple truth is that we're ] HARDWARE COMPANY [
spends considerably mote 1
Ian Ahich connect the interior both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts moneyfor I

rlih ports and give easy access to Shore fisheries engaged in taking fertilizer through than Its for agricultural'training -- ------ -- _--=-----:-::-- ---_-__ -, -- :--_ -_- --_' _--:- -- --- ------- -- __ -- _-_-_- : ----__--_ t. k' I:l:'

r I other regions. Both the Mississippi oysters, clams, menhaden, mackerel land-grant .
colleges, stations and "
land the Ohio Rlvem' navigation sponges, and shrimp are especIally extension experiment workers. I' "' : _" : ':

I belittles serve the South. The important. .

Warrlor-Tomblgbee system taps In spite of this wealth of population Forests are one of the best protections ;i I, ,>, ''or..
against erosion. Their
| ,
!lie Important industrial region and natural resource, the foliage breaks the force of the ,;,
wound Birmingham while the OFFICEUPPLIES
South Is poor in the machinery for rain; their roots bind the soil so'!'
Tennessee River system, now being II
: leveloped by the Tennessee converting this wealth to the uses that it cannot wash away; their! : ;!

''allov Authority, will bring water of its people. With 28 percent of i fallen leaves form a blanket of '!' ;; '
vegetable cover which soaks !
transportation to the very heartof the Nation's population, it has only up I'
the water and checks run-off Yet I
16 of the assets '
the Southeast. The highways percent tangible Mlen.'
it the South are well advanced. including factories machines, and the South has cut away a large j I r,' ''f I! ,
part of its forests, leaving acres of I "
) \
Roads ue built cheaply and are the tools with which people ,

,! i u;.able tn all] seasons. The region their living. With more than half gullied, useless soil. There has I ; t
been little effort at \
II welt served by air lines. Bordered tho country's farmers, the South I

o% both the Atlantic and the has less than a fifth of the farm systematic reforestation. Over : ,. !r"'l"\'..I. ,,"-.
Gulf coal oil grazing, too, has resulted in serl- ; .. "14
the South has ideal harbors, Implements. Despite \ "
i i and many fine ports. Trade with gas, and water power, the region out erosion throughout the South- i \ : t" .

Europe has been important for I uses only 15 percent of the Na west. : ,

ore.nturles.. Across the Gulf tion's factory horsepower. Its potentialities There Is a close relationship between t i I ;

ini! i ihbean tho South can expect -I have been neglected the erosion and floods, which i I J .

further trade development 'I and its opportunities unrealized recently have been causing a loss 'ir
I to the Nation estimated at about' the Ruby
The the South is
South has been richly endowed The paradox of
Rainfall ,I, J N n
$35,000,000 annually runs
"with" physical resources. No that while It Is blessed by Nature LEDGER OUTFIT =_
off uncovered land much more ,, ,
other "pgion offers such diversityof with immense wealth, its peopleas '* It1 l .
rapidly than it does from land'' ? &
climate and soil. With a climate a whole are the poorest In the ,I $400 f Raven t "

ranging from temperate to sub- country. Lacking industries! of its planted to cover crops or forobt. An exceptional valuel! Consists of loos*' WWBWJDea j, 1 ; ::. A_

tropical nearly half of that partof own. the South has been forced to Recent studies Indicate that a sin- !leaf ledger binder, 200 ledger eb.... and N t.a t It wyf'( f'' ":
acre of typical corn land lost rr 2 5 "t
'the country where there Is a trade the richness of its soil its gle A-Z, 26 division\ leather lab Ind.>e. Bound Ltadle JJS Orefn 2 i;" 8;'i(!I h,

frostless growing season for more minerals and forests, and the labor approximately 127,000 more gal- la diuollo imitation leather colon red or black.! SI..I( l back S ? :,1'1 /P :' ",'
lons of rainfall in single I ,
than 6 months of the year is In of its people for goods manufac- than similar field a year to with automatic locklnq device. Push barton (for quick opening 1ted el..f end ade n0'efl4e.i D ''I I I "

the South, Throughout almost the tured elsewhere. If the South received grass.a Another experiment planted show- no key lequlrod. Sheets are white Ivorydolo ledger 9lrlao posh jq.qLl'w' 'tlfc; i I', :, .
the entire South there is ample such goods In sufficient Be..4 N Y'aa "
paper, 24 ivibatanc. Sheet sbe! 6i9jlacho*. '
ed that land sodded in lost +
I nnua) rainfall and little orI' quantity to meet Its needs, It might grass M ELc nato.k r ir r
Uncial less than 1 percent of a heavy rain ,t I a t.' ,
irrigation is required. consider itself adequately paid. cot! i ,
through immediate run-off, while' 1.f. "
The soils of the 24020 I vr/
: !
South nearby land planted to cotton lost Ihoak No ..t .6 r' H'o
are the most I
: widely varied of the 31 percent. In short, unprotectedland 020008 Rub,. ", .'; \ .,' Satlon not only Is in danger of destruction 020007 Ruby L ;

Alabama a ; it also adds materiallyto .. .. .
Epical southern .uJ.r l dg r" Bh DmpU'I'I\
the destructive power of the Uo bo.lunu.h a with"WkJ (
has '
7 '
major I DO sane GB4UO>
'swollen streams into which It "

|tyPes TO> soil and subtypes almost drains. I I I f ,, '

!these! soils permit These factors--each one reen- / J- 8 .29I ,' \..:,
the growing of a forcing all the others-are causing 'I I.I' Blua RullnaBrown. 2.63 ,e 1I IJI

WIde< variety o f ..ty an unparalleled wastage of the : 1// Kuliiva-- VOran .'.

Proriuctf. cotton, tobacco I South's most valuable asset Its I I ', \,

: (rains, fruits, soil. They are steadily cutting i! : t:1'I'

rat''3ns vegetables, i! down its agricultural income, andsteadily
'' to Its cost of .
hta'. adding production ,
"'r h,. IIU t 9, ---- '-J
raga .toes and SOtTJlI.\GS IV LI\KSTOrit I'KOUrCTIOX: as compared with other ,:}; 1 1I
hemp areas of the world which raise the |
rhe South I "
leads the world In -- I same crops. | I I"'

Prague' .Ion of cotton and tobacco SECTION: 2 For example, It takes quantities :

of fertilizer to make worn.out,1 i PADS a the Eagle

Soil and climate combine to SOILNature eroded land produce The COLUMNAR

rive it forests of many kinds. gave the South good soil.\ with only one-fifth of the south'l $ 2 05

With' 40 percent of the Nadon'lI With less than a third of the Na- income, pays three-fifths bill. In New low price Canary Bond lad and = LEDGER: OUTFIT $ 00Dob

forests, the South baa found tion's area, the South contains Nation's fertilizer blue TulinoT Butt Bond, brown and graan 8

lie' woodlands second only to cotton than a third of the Nation's bought 5's. million tons of com i ruling. 16 nub paper, SO sheets to a pad.
as a more mercial fertilizer at a cost of Tan pads per bon Sis* 8>S 14. CooM ef doraila brown cordnroy' btndar! with! u, I
source of wealth. ApProximately It has two-
good farming acreage. And although fertilizer black imitation laathar back and comer,, 200 ,
30 percent of the land all the land in America $161,000,000. whito sheets 28 sub. 'i'tBto.4
III thirds of valuable and necessary / C.e.ar Bu" I'toI.e orydaJa' ladgar.! "ragula ladgar" ruling -
till ia forests. Despite exploitation receiving a 40-inch annual rain- performs a No, Blear H. o-tpts. P.Ba.a and A-Z leather tab 26 divifioa 1Dde>e. Standard; : Udgat machaolan '

and abuse, forests still fall or better. It has nearly half service, it does not restore opvratad with kay.Othar r'''
cover the soil. For a year or two it 7104 B7104 4 col., with Dame ace sa.M
almost 200,000,000 acres of the land on which crops can _N. Sheetsa.. D- r-
IIId may nourish a crop, but the land 7103 B710a 8 coL. with nom. spec 2.M t
more than half of the coun- without dan-
6 months .a.OJ!
for col.
I grow 7107 B7107 7 DO aame space
try' econd-growtli saw timber is: ger of frost still produced meagerly and at 7110 B7110! 10 col., with aame spat 2.15 02040 03ia11 y Leg!. Ledger Outfit W.OOaach
to the South. has been sadly ex- high cost 10408 9u al 1 Shaa only 4.60 par 600
This heritage ins to 30 columns proporttonataly priced.
The region lead. the world in ploited. Sixty-one percent of all :Moreover, southern farmers can- up

Gaval stores production. Because the Nation's land badly damaged not pile\ on fertilizer fast enough )

south Is in the Southern to put back the essential minerals I
rn pine reseeda itself and by erosion
wow, rapidly,,the South has great I States. An expanse of southern which are washing out of their j I '

Potentialities for the production of farm land as large as South Carolina land. Each year, about 27,500,000 Bradford

Paper I' has been gullied and washed tons of nitrogen and phosphorus County Telegraph } :

The South lags, however, in the .I away; at least soil 22 has million been acres ruined of southern compounds soil are and leached sent down out the of kr
Production fertile
of livestock, despite its once I
Another area the ,. rivers to the sea. ,
Wealth ,
repair. .
of grasslands, Its 20.000.- beyond --- -- -- --.-- -- -
The South U losing more than u -- -- --
000 and Alabama
cattle amount to less than a I size of Oklahoma '



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. \' I rAGE lIGHT BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPH STAnKE. FLORIDA. .. ____ ___ _______ ._ __ ._. .. __.'. I.D AZ E"TI':1Impn' ; 9. It!,
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-- f( "Wrong Way" Application Taken SKEET SHOOtTl

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished IfTH-E I OCKiiBOOK- I Wins Grand Prize In compliance with a recent survey LABOR DAY01

of the federal government to

1377 I 1 ST' PETERSBURG Sept. 8 -- determine the number of farmersIn Skeet shouting ,,.,
NO'VLEDCE terest of
PS' be something In a would need aid twenty ,Ki 1,'
_. .. -- .. .. There must the South and a crowd of n, ,, '" ',It,
Art 111\
name or at least that is what during /off-crop season, the applications tors at the !11111' "n.c.<
Second Class
and Entered old
PubllshedWe'ekly on Fridays as Stien local model airplane filer about Bradford 'itiIprI, ;
of thirty
half-a-mile II'rout,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida m AS thought when his gas-powered I County farmers have been received -. Labor Day south afternoon,",;r Y'k'' '

model plane named "Wrong Way"after at the local relief office. The I 1,025: clay "bllK, ,'10111I l
M.EAVBERTRSIFLORIDA. "Wrong Way" Corrlgan won number that will be certified, however Into the air to I bi- 1l'at' ,.
West I '.Ii t ,
and the 'I
:: \ I the grand prize l la not immediately known. at) by the I
at the state- !
I II Coast championship of farmers for .lhlrpKhoott
rrHl ttfPMANT, sN ...A.. fl I Certification Sam Anderson
I meet here last andard
A TRUNK. JUST IIK ANLIPANT. wide Model Piane WPA work came as the result ofa Wainwright hllne> Itlc
3otwa.t 2.tat,4ia I ", ..T IIV' ONLY ,IH week by staying visible in the air I dlvut ,01 i
: President Roosevelt
; report to on the
AFRICA" oro TVI| RIVER' "WHERE highest .
I THEIR .PKIMKINO | for seven minutes and 63: seconds, ''mong
fin '
Lf PMANT economic conditions In the South. Starke l
.. enthusiast.
-- -AND A O7PPA r headed for Ireland or ,
-- I and then iJ

E. L. Matthews_____________ ___________Editor and OwnerSURSCIU'TION I PLC IN THt WORL'' China or some other distant land This report Is being reprinted in ing 46 out of 50 k" i brea
I full In the Telegraph and begins McMillan .Mert,
and has not been seen sInce. was n.xt \\11.,,, ,
this week on page seven. It is ,50. A woman vimt, oUt

RATE Dale Williams, Jr, of Lakeland fascinating reading and i In of vital Ellis, showed 'I ,\1"",- J

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c- -FayabIe in Advance I won second prize in the gas-model I interest and importance to every with a score of up 49 m",'i', ?\,10, "I'
which -
division with an entry
'WI person living in the South. 0* out of 100. Two 'h. J'T?
Advertising Rates on ApplicationA visible for five minutes and 53 Bill Marzyke vlallO'
--- and
'I seconds, and then disappeared in each shot Emm'll L
THI To Distribute FlourFlour 49 out oi .>u >
OIL mOUITRV PINDIN6I2X>09.0QO the same direction.
or 6ASOUMI (ROM AN AVERAGE OfBO Walter Secgmlller of Lakeland will be distributed to all now on, member ot m, ( / *

Far more forceful than any editorial that could be writ- APPROXIMATED CENTS A OALLON M'/, WITHOUT CENTS TAX TOIMy., IN I92QID won first prize In the endurance I certified relief clients in Bradford stated. ""DC!
ten on the benefits of municipal ownership of power plants contest for planes powered with next Tuesday and Wednesday --- -+-

rubber bands with a time of four Sept. 13 and 14, according to an It is against the law uu

; was a news item appearing last week in a Fernandina pub- Pooue UNKNOWN 'IO YEARS minutes and 51 seconds. Second announcement yesterday by Mrs. under 16 years of ag... t DUd", "
lication. "GO ACCOONTEO fOU *O'%OP THE! place went to Randall Davis of Ethel Raymond. Clients are urgedto auto or truck. ,
.. T
Of ONE Of' THf .Q&I
ONe pnSI io NiOf St. for time of three
Petersburg. a
INDICATIONP come after their commoditieson
Seven years ago that city's municipal plant was sold out STATES THE. UNITED"WA. .itit'JT ) WHAT. THE LABORATORIES OfMO minutes and 18 seconds. Kenneth these days, according to Mrs. TKAIXSchedule SCJlEiULE:

to a private corporation. Today? Well, we have only to read ILtCTEDey INDUIiTb o FOIl THE PU.JRE.PASI4IONEl.I McGilvay of Lakeland won third Raymond as this will be the end I of trains arriving bE
the following paragraphs from a Fernandina newspaper to Pl'oPUIIII1T place. of the first period in September. daily. Subject to change with,
&Y T4I,40u61
realize the pitiful plight in which that municipality finds 01'' MBN Lex Green SpeaksLabor Southbound-Due
_lseNT..T1YItIIJoHN WORE! TWO Starke
itself today: WATCHfS 'IN THtI7BO'S. for Leave Lake No. 1-Local____.
was a busy one :
Day 10:48p
tl r THOSE
No. ;:
"The city faced an acute financial condition this QUINCY WHO COULDN'T Congressman Lex Green who delivered Circuit Judge Frank Smith and 10T-Through._ 9.0h
ADAMS WAS tLBCTtLw I ACCORD" TWO" BUT addresses before a family who have been spendingthe Northbound_Due Starke
.. key
week with general funds for current expenses depletedand rut Mouse No.
Of '1914: WHEN NOME O* '08 IN 5tvt.ECARRIED State-wide meeting of the Town- summer at Kingsley Lake returned 2-Local------- :

weekly and semi-monthly payrolls due. Commis- THC FOLK CANDlOATtS MAO OKTilVBO REAL. W4TCNAND Old and two labor groups in Southern Monday to their home In NO. 108-Through..., s'jJJ:
The MAJORITY' Of THt fLtCTOUAl.wort .
sioners at a called meeting Wednesday night did not .. REQUIRED 6VTH6! COHTITUTIOM ONEDUMMY.' Florida. He spoke before the Orlando. Judge Smith representsthe Dally except Sundays

fOB THt CMOICI O' PRESIDENT... State-wiwde meeting of the Town- Ninth Judicial circuit, In the Starke and \\annee Brincl
reach decision to what action could be taken to
a as relieve -
No. 101 leaves
Orlando and Is well knownas Starke
send Clubs embodied at Silver area, 7:00: a.

the present condition and adjourned with no defi- Springs for a several days meet a Florida jurist. He and his No. 102 arrives Starke I 1'50 p.

nite action taken. and later delivered addresses be- family spent most of their three Seaboard Airline Railway
-- -- fore labor groups in Orlando and months' vacation at the R. J. Davis T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent

"The condition has been anticipated for some time Traclin' An' TraEfickiii : Daytona Beach. Rep. Green has cottage on the lake.

by those who have watched the decrease of income from I accepted an invitation to speak NOTICfo 084' Ai'l'Ii't'iio\ FOI

property because of homestead exemptions and paymentof AMONU" OUR KXCIIANGK-S i Sept. 16 at the State Convention 4 Snte'rex Iii DKII II: ': .),. Inl: ,
Peace who NOTICETeachers WIIKKKMV: ,
of the Florida Officers -- --- 'riv\; ;
less than fifty percent of total assessments. I assemble in St. Augustine. examinations will be Certificate,v. Henry Andrew. i ii, :ti i n T
No. 84. .
_f "Included in the $4,570.64 deficit are: $2,176.87 The August Issue of John Loch- the earliest possible moment. The held in the Court Room of the day of September, \i ,' "t .I. h-

taken from the interest and sinking funds in May to ner's Florida' Newspaper Is so Herald says: "It seems to us that Huys'HomeMr. Court House Thursday, Friday, made filed same ItI'VIlI'I\II"In Ii mi n t,.,,,fi ,. .-4 1

graphic In its description of the what Is needed in this kind of Saturday, September 15: 16, 17. be Issued, 1 tIler. .-"i", -, i ieinhltices "
meet current expenses when a similar situation arose; MEA convention that it almost emergency ,is a Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. W. L. Andrews Examinations run from eight to tin f.. II'i. t
announced the purchase of the K. propel)' I In t hi' i'"u
$795.50 of unpaid bills for purchases and expenses dur- makes us feel as if we were there. similar to those in other W. Hayes home on W. Madison twelve and one to five. All applicants mate of Flurldit, i iNorthwest i"

states to the Vice President of are asked to come preparedwith CJinii" '" i "
ing July ; $670.30 of payrolls due this week and additional street this week and they movedin and ink. Quarter &: ;Noitli; .. 1".1
Bob Sweger got out a very credItable the United States, who could car- legal cap paper pen Houthwest QuniiHalUiay I ,
purchase orders during August. There was a cash bal edition of his Gadsden County ry on in the absence of the Governor Wednesday. In turn Mr. and A. J. GRIFFIS Se"I.i. "n !I" I f I
Mrs. E. W. Hayes have purchasedthe MOUth Rang. .! ,
ance of less than $100 in the bank yesterday credited to : Times during Qulncy's Tobacco without a complete change of G. C. Livingston property, County Superintendent.822t Ing 60 Acres. i n.?" i

Festival-even printed in it brown politics and patronage In the very which' The .assessment, I ,,i I uerty I ,,n,.
the general fund."Brought which includes the home in under the, ultl ,.
Ink which. while not being able to middle of an administration.The "
sued i In the' .
I Mrs. Fay Gill lives and now occupied was nai" II MI, !
into the commissioners' discussion was exactly duplicate the rich, goldentone Humphrey.
by Mr. ana Mrs. W. B. Sewell ::110"1 Unless nald. rerlifi. ,'. *I" ,.
the proportion of assessed taxes being collected by the of a tobacco leaf, came near one and only Larkin Cleve- and also the lot east of the Sewell The ReirlHtratlon Hooks are now deemed according tc i, i ,s, I'b ,Jr<,
enough to give you the idea. land of the DeFunlak. Springs open and will remain open until Oct. erty described then t '. ",
city besides property exempted by the homestead laws. Herald Is taking a hint from President -, residence.The D. next for the registration of allpersons to the highest blildii I I'' '. a,
handled entitled to register not house door on the fl"1" !M I, ,dill
i Approximately 52 percent or $584,715.00 of real property "Uncle" Ben Caldwell has got- Roosevelt He announces latter sale was by heretofore reKlHtered, who wlh to the month of Oftol.i i I i'M!1' .mbl l
the Wilson Realty Company of vote In the coming; General Elec Is the 3rd nf O, ,
ten hold of a startling piece of that he is going to "purge" his. day I 'IF
is in inactive condition with $578,945.50 active. .
an Starke. Dated this 8th da> i -!.I ',mb
Information and reprints it in his mailing list of all delinquent sub- Book will be kept open for the 1936.
i Exempted by the homestead law are properties normally Jasper News. It has been discov- scribers. This Is a very good idea, Mrs. Livingston i is a resident of registration of electors In the nev- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
but lived in eral districts at the following named A. J. THOMAS!
assessed at around $500,000. Personal property assess- ered that chickens have very nervous for editors long ago discoveredthat Tampa: formerly places, ., to-wit: Clerk of
temperaments. he says, and they could! not operate successfully Starke. Lawtey No. 1--O. W. Robert Bradford. <'"in, "ir !L
ed at $300,000 brings only around a third payment. store. 9-9-41-9-30.
for this reason poultrymen should unless their subscribers
North Starke No. I-n. J. Lavie'store.
These figures, incomplete as they are, tell a large por- knock gently before entering the paid for the paper. New ManagerEddy '
>OTI( '' OK APPI.U"'rlO\
! tion of the story behind the city's condition." hen house. To swing the door open ., Raymond who operatedthe gan'South store.Orahain Starke. No.3-Mrs. rolor- TAX I>H-I: : )

and walk in throws the Politics in C. O. Roberts' Senate 11111 '0. KIDNOTICHJ :
abruptly warms up early Levy No. 4-
service station In connectionwith '
And sad story it is indeed especially when IS: HKHEI1Y! (JIV KS; TltJ
a we
very hens into confusion. It upsets County where gentleman has already the Torode Chevrolet garage tore.Hampton No. 5J. V. Jones' W. 8. Johns, holciei, .r{ Tax 'Off'

: contrast it with cities owning efficiently managed municipal their nervous systems and Is bad announced for the office of about a year ago has again resumed store. tlflcate'September No. 121 A, .limueil l> ; 116h'h'th. 'lit
power plants such as Orlando. That city has just scored a for laying qualities. Thanks Uncle sheriff in Roy Child's Journal. duties of that business. TliercMna.. Pnetoff No.ice.6-Mrs. Dlckerson'sstore. Mama In my office and l hutmnd, < BI
Ben. Now if our hens don't laywe'lJ ....-- plication for.a tax deer il 'i >h.i '"u,
: of due to of The station now handles Republic New River No. 7-lIIr. Wiggins'store I thereon Maid. certlfliati. ,brae
' triumph financing entirely municipal ownership .
know it's because they're on I Sale of the Palmetto News to gasolines a new product to the following described p' ,pert I
8-0. 5. ColHon'astore.
its utilities. Only recently contracts were let for a $300,000 the verge of a nervous breakdown.We the Sarasota and Bradenton News- Starke. the County of Bradford si.t .

*/4 i generator and then the utilities board loaned the general operating Advertiser, was announced Tues Voters In which must they register reside In the districts Florida Com.. ,815 to-wit ft, :East' i I \ '.,.'"

see by one of our exchanges day. A. M. C. Russell one of thestate's from district Corner of Hroa.lw.i.. i"I 1 'MMI
voter moving one -
fund of the city $60,000 to meet pressing current BirthsMr. Streets A Run Norlli :It feet
that the Japanese air forces are best known editors Is retiring to another should. not rerefflster > .
Kant B2 Hnlill 1 I" i I'
needs. Now Orlando wants a million dollar extension of claiming that the air over China from the newspaper field and Mrs. William F. Young KeitlMtrallon hut must .apply for a to transfer Supervisor to the of Hoyt St.4, Went fret. S3''_ '. '. B..

and facilities I belongs to Japan. It's mighty nice and I. C. Gates will serve as editorof Raiford girl August 29. district In which he now resides. ginning In tttark, -<. II
water under the PWA. I
drainage The .
sewer, Township 6 Houth! il >" >KRnnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Libby N. I) WAINWRH1HT.
of them to allow the Chinese to go the publications. The Palmetto .
_ _
I puzzle was where to get all these without a sharp ad valorem Starke 27. Supervisor R..gl"Iration.Bradtord The I I rl
on breathing a little of It. : News one of the few weeklies us- boy, August Co. Florida' a""PH..m..n'' m' '' I

millage boost. The problem was solved when the utilities ing Associated ;Press news service Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Griff. H--9-9. i erty"d under wa. In the th.nld nnn,,,' ;j" HMu ",

i The Lake City Repot.. !r has a under the management of Mr. Russell Lawtey boy, August 28. Lewis.
', board stepped up offering to give $5,000 a month, or as much I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cason, Unless aald. ceitlfi'. i '. I .
new name plate but we liked the was an outstanding weekly redeemed ai'i'ordlnff 'It 4
more as needed to liquidate the city's share of the Stark, girl August 30. o'I'ieE TO ('O'llTU."rolt"Hid" I
expense. old one better. Wonder if Red chronicle and we only hope that will be accepted for wiringof property dem-rlhed rim I
With of it Davis could be persuaded to the new maintain the same .-- the Hellhronn Elementary School Hold to the hlKhvsl' h.ddi II
monthly operating profits $40,000, seems entirely go owners building until Friday, September23rd. court hoUse door "on 'th ?M I, I;:
back to it? high news and editorial standardsthat CornedilonThrough day In the month of "' i .
4 possible that the utilities board will be able to do this. I the former did. A. J. niUFFIS. which la the 3rd., d,,' 'I.
error the name of Her- 1935.
But we need not go to Orlando to discover the benefits I Amy Cnson. sprightly columnIst man H. Young was omitted from 0.0-.2t--0.16.... Hated this 8th dn. > ""I i .<" i 'H

: of a properly managed municipal power plant. All through of the Highlands County News, Avery Powell of the Florida the list of candidates for the City 1910 OFFICIAL SRAf.: )
says that mothers used to refer to Times-Union and Dudley Glass, I J. TrlOM**
Council carried in last week's Issue MVTIfM OP C IB OP T.SXqFlsrIFi A.
4V the depression years Starke has been able to meet its bills .. ('i"k of Oil i., (
the "boogie man" in order to old-time columnist for the Atlanta of the : ( 11 KNOTIPK : '
Mr. ,
Telegraph. YoungIs 1.
c >I""
p and payrolls when due, and since 1929 has reduced its bonded frighten their children, but now- Georgian are having quite a very definitely In the race, however Oeo. 1>!. Turner US HRIIKBY has ; filed UIVK.V with that me 9-9-4t-0-.10.Bradford i

indebtedness Officials adays the process is much simpler. time trying to explain to a. reader and is active written request that the tax reitlflcntes -
4 by 60000. even hold out the hope of making an campaign \ FOB
Almost together with all suhneciuentomitted 'NOTM'. OK \I'lol.U'1'10
They merely don one of their new what "hush puppies" are.
for election to this important or levied taxes held by the 'I' '\ IH.KIIXriinlr : :
t a tax-free city in the years to come, made possible of course fall hats. any native Florida or Georgia position. StHte be advertised and sold to the ( Illll %". Hl.l

by profits from our municipally-owned plant. The Sanford Herald thinks that cracker knows that answer. Theyare __. _____. highest bidder for cnsh as. provided NOTICE> IHJICKUV, (U\i. ',". rh II(
t ---- ? -- Tu
: it
liv c'hiiptcr 1R2'IS\ of the 111:17 actsof'the L. l f Governor Cone's illness has exposed those delicious little corn IjeHrlHlnture, upon the following IratR No. 2X1), iKKtiml rli 'i.' 1\)
: i What a contrast do fortunate towns like Starke and Or- a weakness In Florida's consti- pones dunked and fried in hot Cone Hack Home I described real estate In the August, A. n. isar: h "' iSIl":
(',, of State of Florida In .and hu ,<" '<
Bradford office -
unty my
lando present to Fernandina where officials, seven years ago, tution that should be corrected at fish grease. I Gov. Fred P. Cone Tuesday was to-wlt: tlon 'for a tax deed ,'u'

moved to the executive mansion liOttt 6, 6 of flock C.. N. :1. Jones' thereon. Hald. certlfl tr.
: made the fatal mistake of selling out to a private power cor- from a Jackxonvllle hospital Addition to Storks, Section 2B the following dVn-.rlhi.il. .I
Township. 6 South Range 23 the County of Urailf'. ,, I
poration. Who after comparing financial statements from COURT DATESANNOUNCED SCHOOL
(I I where he had been confined for Kant., Florida. to-wlt.. :
t thirty-nine days with a heart ail The taxes. to he sold 1 are evidenced Went 25/ Acres ,it I $1
these towns, could doubt the blessings of municipal ownership OPENS MONDAY by certificate No". 600 &: 1177 of Quarter. of NorlhwJ.' <.*.:.r
i ? ment. The Governor made the tripin 111.10 and 111.1.1: respectively, .and represent & Northwest Oiiaifi" 1 'h. i

Circuit Judge A Z. Adklns yes Youngsters probably giggled an ambulance accompanied by unpaid taxes for the. years west Quarter Section It Tow"' '.
1921 to ISIS! both Inclusive, amounting ship II South HHIIK -
j 0- terday announced five court dates with glee when they were informed Dr. Dan Cone a cousin of his to 124.16. containing! 65 Acre- ,rI.

constituting the Fall term of Circuit I that they would be permitted and is reported to be resting well. Said tax certificates. together with less.
WHEN WILL TilE NEW WAR BEGIN? all subsequent Levied The' assessment thi ,('id "rol"I'lertv '
Court in the Eighth Judicial to spend another week swimmingand taxes will be sold I\tdtho: highest: under the aYJ .TtifIiHtI\ '\
; : The key to tomorrow's business might lie in headlines Circuit. on vacation when school here BAPTIST CHURCh bidder at the Courthouse door In sued wan. In the nan ""t H "'1101;,'.1

t this week and last from the capitals of foreign countries. Bradford County's term of court failed to open last Monday morn- The Pastor, Rev. Leslie A. Shepherd her Staike 1938.on at the tl'OO 23rd: o'clock day of A.Septem M. Unless. according Hald certlflint to law'hol Ih l,,,"pll"" 1.1deemed

begins here Nov. 14, Judge Adkins will speak to the congregation Dated this the 3rd day of Septemher erty described therein will> T
While the majority of Americans spent the week-end with ing.The .11' h nu '
said and no cases of major Importance at the Baptist Church on the 1138.OFFICIAL to the highest bltldei '
reason as explained by Mn""L.
SKAT-: first
( ) house door on the
w nothing more pressing than to clean up their work and get are yet docketed for transaction -I, Supt. A. J. Griffla was because subject "The Power to Discriminate A. :J. THOMAS.; the month of Oetooet, 1I. t Sit '\vhliIs

Mi away for the 51st observance of Labor Day, all Europe was he said. the new addition to the school ," at regular worship services Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Florida.of the 3rd this day 7th of day jxtoh""'f Sf1A.18. "VDated n'
) Other dates announced the Sunday morning Sept. 11. The
by house had not been completed and 0-9-31-9-23. : .
tense as a new war scare, apparently the most serious to date, Starke jurist are: church choir under the directionof OFFICIAL SEAL)
could not be occupied. Final
4. gripped the continent. Gilchrist County, Trenton Sept. touches will be given this week John H. Powell will sing durIng A.Cleric J. THOMAS.of Circuit 'Ida.,

of of Ger 26; Buker County Macclenney, and the Superintendent assured the services. O'rl'l OP \I.H OF.. TX Bradford Count >"
Hitler made an unexpected tour inspection At the Evening at 8 t'HTIFU''r..: I 9-9-41-9-30. .
Oct. 10); Levy County Bronson Worship -
yesterday that school will open NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEM that I
many's fortifications along the Rhine, opposite France and Oct. 17; and Union County, Lake Monday, Sept. 12. o'clock, the congregation will be Cecil K. Moore has filed: with I me I I >OTHK OF ,prUI' "I'II< t'OK
written request that the tax certificates T\\ nIK.(5.55CC :11
.i.r} Switzerland po doubt to show he meant business in backing Butler, Nov. 21. A list of opening exercises an- led In an appreciation of the everyday together with all subsequent .b'iI'I.: ''f.J:I ThJ
l Judge Adkins in commenting drama of living together omitted or levied taxes held NOTICE IH H .I Ilt hVMra. .
t 4I demands of the German minority in Czechoslovakia for ter- date in Union nouced In last week's Telegraph successfully, and the romance of by the State he advertised .and soldto .. Clara Mae Knight 1 ilI "' It
on opening County, the highest bidder 109. *"uel
for cash .
still holds good and will continueas as Tax) Certificate No. '
ritorial autonomy. Heavy fighting occurred in China as the explained that probably those marriage. In a sermon on "What provided by Chapter. 18210 of the 7th day of September, A Ii',
then made public. God Hath Joined 1H37 acts of the legislature., upon has flied In my MffU I'111. .
serving there would find It hardto .1
: renewed its attacks in the Hankow Italy I '
Japanese area.
army The names of teachers also were the following described real estateIn made applh'atlon for n ta. ,
attend court Instead of the local The Sunday School meets II I"
the County R..hl
decree ordering all Jews who have taken resi- listed In the same issue of the of Bradford. State of be issued ther"on. 'I- ,,'rl""'
a up to-wlt
hunting grounds, as the bird I promptly at 10 o'clock under the : embraces the f.i lowing wd"'" ,

dence in the country since the World War to leave the country hunting season opens Sunday Telegraph. I direction of Supt. A. J. Thomas.An Kx.Lot.: 1 4 lot Xub-niv ST feet of K SWVJ* W of by 8W'i I 118 iStat property of Florida In the County to-wlt ,

| Nov. 20, with nimrods naturally addition to the Adult Depart ft. N &: R In NW (',,r. See 20 1'1>. Lot I of Block 811 1.1'' ''If"","
six months. In Mexico President Cardenas 111.1 I'
I within City, to the fields and woods Bass In Lakes ment is announced In the forma 7 H. It. it K,. 4 Acres., more or Truby Co-npanv'i Hul ,,

i refused demands of the United States for arbitration of payments Monday.taking Senator Charley E. Johns distributed tion of a new class of young adults lessThe taxes to he sold are evidenced Township(Ion of NDV4! 6 of South NK14 8.HannRant. jj

of this in which will be taught by Mrs. L. by certificate No... 640 A 1401 of ,
'f for seized land, attacking the position countryas 20,000 fingerling bass 1930 and 1933 respectively and represent The assessment of the >*,,1' S "ir,

to impose the will of the strong on the weak. Cotton mills In the South operate two Bradford County lakes Tuesday A. Canova. unpaid taxes for the years erty under the said 'wrtlfi' "?,
an attempt .k''
I 1929 to 1914, both "f
three times as many spindlesas secured from the Commission The Baptist Training Union to ISO.65.Hald Inclusive amounting sued was In the certificateh name ,,l ,

The fatal fifteenth of August has passed (the date fearfully New England factories. of Game and Fresh Water Fish. meets at 7:15: P. M. preceedlng tax certificates together with deemed Unless according said law 'h',. r"l p,

of World War but The distributions are being made the evening worship service. The all subsequent omitted or levied erty described therein wll ur
for the beginning a new )
I predicted taxes will be sold. to the highest to the highest bidder at in ,
Edward Jenner the discovererof from time to time In an effort to Baptist Training Union Is divided bidder at the Courthouse door In house door on the first. M' all)] ,
the world is still in turmoil, apparently no nearer a solution vaccination was a musician and restock Florida' lakes with this 'Into Junior, Intermediate and SenIor Starke on the 23rd day of Sept em- the month of October, 1831 .,*<

of its than it six months or a As the | groups, and offers an ber 193$. at 11-00: o'clock A. M. IK the 3rd day of October. pIer
problems was year ago. poet as well a> a physician. choice fish. oppor- Dated. this the 3rd day. of Septem Hated thin 8th day of SoP"

situation now stands a new war might break out next week, tunity for training In Church her I9U.Oo'FleIAL. 1l1M.!
Running in and out of traffic to You can't blow pedlstrlans off membership and Chrlstaln living. ( SEAL) (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
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. or it might be ten years from now. No one knows. Only I get ahead of the other fellow U a the street with your horn. Be to young people from ages nine to Clerk THOMAS of Circuit Court of A. J. THOMAS.Clerk of Circuit CeO I IJ S

' ?''I time can tell. dangerous practice. courteous. Use your brake. twenty-five. | 0-0-3t-0-n.Bradford County, Florida. 0-9-U.O..U.Bradford: County Fl

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