Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tall'!hed 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75e-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews\ Editor and Owner

OL'CIIIJ!!FIFTY-BEVbN. -r- STARKE--, -FLORIDA--- ---FRIDAY- --.rUNE-_.II. ,-.1936-- __ ---- -_ _. -. _._____ ___ _. ._ __ _NUMBER. _TII1KTr.TWO_ -u=_ _

,i ii ONE YOUNG DEMOSTO BONUS Railroads/ Like Times, Have Undergone Many MANY FARMERS SIGN-UP r

,j j'j i ) MEET I Changes Since The Days of NinetyTwoThe


TONIGHT I railroad, from Starke to the Su. track built of muck In the lake .
wannee River, now runs a train swamp burned up and It took

I i I PE1TEWAY Dr. II. B. McLendon, president I i BUSINESS each way dailY without any hitch. several days to rebuild. Another COTTONLarge END JUNE 15
has called a meeting of the Young But it has had its ups and downs. time, during high water, a large

Democratic Club of Bradford County I About 1892 the Georgia South alligator became stuck in a cul- Z

for tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clockat ern and Florida railroad was un- vert and caused the overflow from -

Green To Enter the court house. 'Will Arrive der building in this county to cross Rowell lake to wash part of the Harvest County Agent Desires '

Important matters pertaining to the Seaboard at Hampton and to track away. An enormous locomotive 1
Primary here On
the coming Presidential election touch the west side of Sampson -the "Grover Cleveland"-was Anticipated To Contact Many

will be discussed Dr. McLendonsaid. June 16-17 lake. Col.! C. L. Peek, a far- too heavy for the light rails and This Year More Farmers'

He urges all members of the sighted man, Induced Dr. J. L. soft track, and wrecks were fre-
organization to be present. Gasklns to Influence some North quent. In parts of Alachua County ti
,\sv ASSINTi" BOARD MET ONE OF LARGEST TRADE ern capitalists for whom he was where the track was made of OVER 300 ACHES PI.ANT.IED MANY BENEFITS EXPECTED ,

VT CAPITAL THURSDAY ROOMS IS PREDICTED the agent, to build a railroad, to rich soil, the grass and weeds grew IN UKADFORD COUNTY HE RECEIVED HEREThe f

MANY ABSENTEE; run In a southwesterly direction rank. On windy days the vegetation -I -
,i Fred P Cone of Lake City held Soldiers bonus money $2,000- from Starke to Alachua, to buy up would bend over the rails and The Sea Inland cotton In this final date for acceptingwork

!econd place among fourteen can I 000.000 strong Is expected to ward the swamp land around the lakes be crushed by the wheels of the county Is generally looking good, sheets In the new farm pro

.,, (dates tot the Democratic guberatortal Ballots Voted I off the usual summer trade decline west of Starke and drain it, and to engine, until these became too says L. T. Dyer, county agent,, gram has been extended to Includethe

I, nomination yesterday on for several weeks a canvass of the buy up vast tracts of timber lands slippery to grip the rails, pausing Union County, and many blossom 15th of June according to L T.

M basis of figures announced as nation's business men indicates along the proposed road. Capt. M. the train to stop; storms blew trees are to be seen In the earlier plant. Dyer county agent Union County, i,

Iticlal! from all Florida counties. FIRST PRIMARY : In Bradford the money, an excess A. Knight and several other mon-' across the track, and so on. Once ings.Around who Is conducting the work In this

Cone Indicated he was certain he of $300,000 will aid employment,, led Starke men joined In the enter the train was late becauce "Pete" 100 farmers In Bradfordare county. 4.i;

Id enter the run-off primary I and send Into local trade coffersone prise. (Peterson 1, the engineer, had been growing approximately 300 It la his desire to enroll every }

,lMt t Judge W. Raleigh Pettey of the biggest boosts to this The swamp was drained and the arrested In LaCross for shooting at acres of the cotton this year, as a farm In the county this year, and a'
A. O. ANDREU RECEIVES area since the recent boom rabbit with his revolver. The result of the efforts of Mr. Dyer
of Tampa. I road built through it. Where It a he Is making a last effort to get
Only 355: votes separated Coned HIGHEST- VOTE OF 'I According to the local postmaster crossed the G. S. and F, Sampson conductor, Mr. White, was an enthusiastic and the business men of Starke those who have not signed to come

William C. Hodges of Talla.as TEN F. F. Stump, the bonus payment City was laid out. Then Ward City sportsman and always who worked together to get the In and prepare the preliminarywork

I third high on the figures : i for Bradford county ex-serv (now Brooker) came Into being, carried his two pointers along. seed for the farmers. sheet before the final date. ,

/! Liven out by county canvassing A total of seventy-eight votes ice men will be received by the then LaCrosse and Alachua. "At When he felt like it, be would stop Recently a letter of Information This Is not a contract or an

birds as the vote in last Tues- for various candidates in the coun- postofflce department here on June lantic. Suwannee River and Gulf the train and go shooting birds, concerning the poisoning of the agreement and carries no obliga- ;

,i 'II balloting. The state canvsslnff ty by absentees were listed this 16 for Immediate payment on June R. R." was the name given this while the other trainmen picked boll weevil has been sent to all the tion of any kind, Mr. Dyer explains ;, ,
board must determine thismtk week in addition to the last week 17, or as soon afterwards as ample pioneer line. The road and timber berries. Once Mr. White was com- farmers growing the cotton by Mr. but Is only a description of W' f

| who la the official runner-up. unofficial reports compiled by Supervisor time will permit. lands were later acquired by the plimented on getting his train to Dyer In which he gives the formulafor the farm with the various crops

Hie vote was Cone 46,823. ; of Registration Harold C. The postmaster said that the Atlantic Lumber <;0., who soon ex- Starke on time. "On time--your mixing the poison and direc and acreage of each grown in 1935: ;

kludges 48,468. Unofficial tabula. Wall. payments, by registered mall, will tended it to Bell where phosphate granny! This Is yesterday's train" tions for putting It on. He says and In 1039, This will determine ar

" lou gave Petteway 01,668. The following: Increase of votes be delivered to the addressees personally mines were just started. For was his reply. Lester Pinholster.a that a mixture of one gallon of whether a farmer Is eligible to receive

Cone banker, lawyer, business I pertaining alone to county offices and later payment will be years the road !did'a' paying business Ward City wit, first gave the cane syrup, one gallon of water, any payment for his farm or

j, Ua and former president of the have been listed with the supervisor made at the postoffice when the hauling saw logs, phosphate, train the name of "Peggy," and and one pound of calcium arsenate not. While If he does not enroll ,j!

Slate Senate began a speaking I : For Senator, Charley E. veterans offer the proper creden naval stores croea-tles. cotton, "he's too slow to catch Peggy" was,, mopped on about once a week gives now, he wilt not be In line for any !

i tour Wednesday. I Johns, 1404, increase 8; M. J. tials. Rural carriers will deliver etc., to Jacksonville throughStarke. the common remark along the line,I good results kind of benefits that he might be i F.

,! Hodges, present senate president I Sapp, 813, same. Representatives, the payment' to the veterans who But later,the Jacksonville about some particularly lazy man. .. entitled to receive had he signed t
dan attorney said he expected I C. C. Butler, 304, same; A. A. Dur. reside along routes, but they will andkSouthwestern now the Atlantic When Geo. Thompsett became It was remarked by one of the ',! '
It wait until the official count lamde I den 672, Increase 3; Fred Hazen, have to meet and sign before delivery Coast Llrfe was built the superintendent of the road he leading farmers a few days
the state 1170, increase 6. Sheriff, A. O. of the Improved the track procured a ago
by canvassing I will be made. through the territory pioneer LOANS that this program seemed to be a .I
board: Andreu 1462, increase 10; Nelson road and grabbed much of its lighter engine and built a railroad .
made '
An announcement has been proposition la which a farmer had .i 4';
"If the count shows I am entitled T. Green, 543, same and Miller that Postmaster General James A. business, the phosphate mines petered shop where the Panam tank yard $10,575 ADVANCED TO all to gain and nothing to lose. This) '
to Into a second primary," 'Johns, same. Jake Johns, name out. Sampson never got to bea now Is situated. The road is not HOMEOWNERS IN
go Farley, will make a nation-wide Is absolutely true, Mr. Dyer says, 1; +
written in precinct No. 1, one doing much business now, but Is I
H added "then I shall wage as address Saturday evening June 13 cityt and eventually the company BRADFORD and those who understand It and
ictlve a campaign as possible." vote cast in his favor for sheriff. owning the road cheerfully sold it a great convenience and several '
of the making to
are comply
for the benefit arrangements
Public Instruction It could well do Hume ownersln Bradford n;
Green Opposes Sean Superintendent of to the Seaboard.In places along not Coun
final with the
Complete figures from the Secnd A. J. Griffis, 1196, increase ation in of regards payment to the and delivery prepare of I those early days the trains without It. ty have received loans, for mod ; enthusiastic about provisions it. are very t

Congressional District last 9; Barney McRae; 1036, Increase 4. Bonds. were never on time- -and nobody H. E. LAGERGREN. ernization purposes, Insured by the '
..I the Adjusted Service Another farmer remarked a few !Fi
, night showed Representative R. A. County Judge T. F. Landrum, 944. Federal Housing Administration,
Green of Starke failed to obtain a Increase 1; E.: K. Perryman, 1263, \ amounting to $10,579:) according to days ago, Mr. Dyer says, that he
SCOTT CONTINUES ONE AUTOMOBILE I announcement made considered It a fine proposition, as
majority over four opponents In increase 7. Assess of Taxes, an yesterday {
lit Tuesday's Democratic prlmuy F. Demorest, 354, increase 1; R'I PIONEEROf APPLICATIONWORK FATALITYREPORTED by State Director Walter Hawkins. he had been trying to Improve his .
W. Hayes, 1021, increase 4 and L. This amount according to the director land but now he was going to take ,

!" On the basis of the reports, he H. Hill 845. increase 4.. Tax Collector FBR'Nr: Y. A. IN BRADFORD represents seventeen individual advantage of the opportunity. This
y' loans. to home program Is likely to cause a considerable ; ;
must enter the second primary, Carl Knight, 1203 increase IN BRADFORD DURING FIRST THREE owners. 1 Y
" Director Hawkins added that change In the farming In
line 23 against Representative W. 14 and Carl Johns, 1047, Increase 2. COUNTY MONTHS OF 1936
four have been this section In the next few yearsas
tabulated In mortgages accepted
Stars, of Jacksonville. The count officially '
the Congressional race In Brad- DIESINTERlIENT F. A. Scott, this week received Asher Frank, State Safety DI- ; for Insurance In Bradford County the farmers adapt themselves to u

The vote from the 227 precincts ford county gave R. A. Green an I communication from the district rector announced yesterday that' totaling 13700. the new program. 1, ,

was: Green 30,698; Sears 11,208; Increase of eight votes from last office of the National Youth Ad. the first three months of 1036 The funds advanced were from Mr. Dyer will be In his office us'N, i

Miter Jennings of Jacksonville week's returns. WAS IN HOPE ministration advising that all applicants show a reduction of fourteen fatalities I private sources and were used for til the 15th to receive work sheets, 1
; William J. Porter of Jacksonville CEMETERY LAST who expect to participateIn (representing about ten per labor and material. and Is urging those who have not

8071 and Claud Tompkins the new NYA program in Bradford cent decrease of fatalities In Florida ----.--- signed to come In and fill out the
of Jacksonville: 2101. WIFE VERSUS SUNDAYDied County along with other ) as against 1935 for the same preliminary work sheets and enrollIn

District Green la the incumbent Second SECRETARYWILL at his home, west of Law- counties of the State, must be period of time-In spite of the Increased CLEAN-UP the new program. t
Sears hastan
representative. icy Rev. Daniel Phillips, June 6,, members of families who are relief registration of more than WEEK -- .
representing the State at
PLAY AT RITZ clients. 25,000 vehicles for the same per.
i after a short Illness.
Large. The 1935 Legislature restricted THEATRE SUNDAY Applicants, who must be be. iod. I MET WITH ENTHUSIASM BY GREENSEARSCongressional ,
the State, putting Green AND MONDAY Mr. Phillips came of good old tween the ages of 16 and 25 1, are required The heaviest traffic that Florida MANY LOCAL HOME- I
iid Sears stock and was born near
Into the district.
same pioneer
to be high school students has ever had visited the State OWNERSWonderful
Congressman Lex Green return- Individually among the most Theressa September 7, 1860. He or have attended school the past during the first three months of I Battle <

1 Tuesday to Washington to popular stars of the film world; I'was ordained minister June 14,, term. this year It Is estimated that response Is being
IIIHt the Canal Bills star triumvirate 1891 after having been a memberof made to the recent proclamationby f
Appropriation collectively the greatest In the communication the director nearly 650,000:) foreign cars were
1889.: ,,
the House of Representatives. of them all, Clark Gable, Hope Baptist Church since of District Gainesville, said In Florida during this period Mayor W. E. Middleton for a IN SPOTLIGHTLOCAL

Mr. Green:who had planned to Jean Harlow and-Myrna Loy will About twenty-five years ago he that within the next few,days he about 120 cars to every mile of Clean-up Week, which Is being

[return earlier last week, delayed be seen together for the first time moved to his late home from hoped' to' be able' to advise Mr. paved road In the State. sponsored by the Civic Committee -
Mi trip to the new Theressa, and followed farming fora of the local Woman Club of which
to the
Capitol, due Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer's
In Scott Just how many can be given It is interesting to note that !MAN LACKS ONLY
/"Men He was a man of "pure Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Is chair
death Versus
[ of Speaker Joseph ,
giant production God consideration that are members of thirty of the sixty-seven countiesof FEW VOTES; DEFEATING
8yme.) The newly elected Speaker1aokhead Secretary," fllmlzatlon of the religion and undefiled before families now certified relief clients.CLASSES the state had no fatalities during man.The :
In a telegram to the loot widely-read Faith Baldwin novel, and the Father and to keep himself 0 this time. Mr. Frank said that truly committee reports that the FOUR OPI'ONEN1'SWith

congressman assured him that which comes to the Ritz Theatre unspotted before the world, a the Educational Campaign carried city council of Starke has offered I }

w Immediate action on the Canal Sunday and Monday. man beloved by all who knew him TO BE on by the Press, Civic Lead- truck service to haul trash and j
the only a few hundred votes
of '
SHI\ would be remarkable trio He was an active member that have been e'
taken before the first Supporting the HELD era, Enforcement Officials, are debris off grounds
: to him
lacking give a majoritylead
I t* ext week.Representative. of stars is a prominent cast Including New!- River Baptist Association. bringing results cleared, and have also agreed to four R. A. ::
, Green, who has such, screen headliners as November 16, 1881, the deceased COUNTY NURSE TO Bradford County recorded one clean up all vacant lots In the city, (Lex) Green will enter a run-off
TOed" a strong and bat- Barbier and married Miss Elizabeth Smith requested In the Mayor's
aggressive May Robson George ARRANGE" FIRST automobile fatality during the as proc lr
election with W. Joe Sears, presentcongressmanatlarge.
t Ua tar He is also survived -
the Florida. who survives
cross-state ca- Jam** Stewart. AID COURSESIt above period, according to figurescompiled lamation. in a second '
ul. left his home town confident Tuesday and Wednesday at the by the following children: by Mr. Franks office. .
June 23 to determine who
ot the appropriation would pas Rita all the flaming color, the Mrs. J, S. No man._Mrs. W. H. was announced this week that primary r'i'
I of McRAE DEFEATEDBY will serve this district comprised' r
Whiii the next few days H* ax- rowdy boisterous clamor of thatIswteea Norman. Miss Debbie Phillips, Mrs. Clennle Hlckok county health r'' ,
of Bradford
and fifteen other
*'**ed a desire to have c nte..- colony which sprang Into Lawteyr; Mrs. E. D:' Hlluard, of nurse, Is completing plans for a TWO BRADFORD GRIFFIS counties. !

;*! *with the leaders in the Houses being in th. early days of the California Valrlco. and-Mrs. W. N. Cox, of series of first aid classes In Bradford STUDENTSGRADUATE !,' 'i .1

thit t passage of the Canal Bill gold rush of 1849 has been Miami Mr. O. J. Phillips, of Law County to those Interested In FOR COUNTY SCHOOLSUPERINTENDENT Congressman Green, before leaving cj' ) j '

fPfoprlatlon can be expedited. I caught in Samuel Goldwyn's "Bar- tey; thirty-one grandchildren and participating AT U. OF F. IN Monday afternoon to attend< + t

Representative Green who had bary Coast," starring Miriam Hopkins fifteen' great- randcblldren, who Several persons-- are attending CLOSING EXERCISES ON JUNE 2 i to Washington duties said that be ,
i rtlll&lned here I Joel the sympathy of all In their of the In first- .,- was "profoundly grateful for the
for several days Edw. 0. Robinson and have courses out county THIS WEEK I
liter a strenuous political"' cam. bereavement. aid, and the Telegraph has been Unintentionally In last week'sissue wonderful support given him inTuesday. .

illfrn for re-election ,returned McCrea.Thursday and Friday at the local The Interment was a.-Hope cemetery asked to call to the attention of Including the mid-year graduates of the Telegraph the namesof : June 2, election and that .. i t '

**. to Capitol Hill,.Mrs. Green I theatre "Give Us This Night .last Sunday at 10 a. m-. Rev.J. others that these courses are obtainable and those to receive degreesIn I candidates for the office of the marvelous) victory was award if" *
vW temaia here in charge 'of theessmans starring Gladys Swarthout, .will r. 1* Norris, of Lacrosse, assisted locally. the Summer session, the University -,County Superintendent of Public ed only through the cooperationof t
-.' Brooker of Florida, In Gainesville, Instruction A. J. Griffis aDd Barney my many friends and supporters 1, p
, local office. complete the week's run of screen by Rev. C. A. Crosby-of Mrs. Hickok said ;yesterday that "
E. McRae were eliminatedfrom over the Second District. f
were, awarded this over 500 diplomas
hits brought to local theatre- officiating. The pall-bearers she would be glad to Interview year
[SCHOOL ELECTION Messrs. C. L. Barter, H. S. Nor- those Interested In first-aid work In Monday's exercises President the tabulation of Tuesday, Representative Sears, told the
goers. Rosier John J. conferred 315 June 2, election returns. The Telegraph Washington correspondent of the +
nan. C. L. Hllllard. J. M. at her office In the City Hall, and Tigert,
HELD ConventionIt E. C. Johns and V. R. Reddish. that convenient class hours could of the year's total, which Included Is glad to Include unofficial Florida Times-Union, last Sunday i
i Singing "Life's) work well done, two local students, Merrill C. returns for their race this week as that be will leave soon for the } F

! Mu l ,;; TRUSTEES ELECTED; was announced this week by Life's race well run. be arranged. t Fuich, Starke and Ralph H. Cox, follows\ : A J. Grlffls. Incumbent State to begin one of the most extensive .

DIVISION FAVOREDBY the Bradford County Singing Con- Life's work well done, of Ralford who received degreesof 1191 and Barney McRae, 1032. An campaigns of the Second ',; .

VOTERS ventlon's secretary, that an all-day Then comes rest... DEMO COMMITTEE Bachelor of Science In Agriculture addition of absentee votes which strict( '
be held at the Long friend. were not Included In this tabulationare + ti, )
Th meeting will By a In an off-year primary election
I'; *Tal results of an : Fourteen- Bridge Christian Church, on State RECOMMENDS A. O. ANDREUFOR Both bad received numerous honors given In another column of Green opposed by three opponents 6w; i,

-.s. x School District Road 28, Sunday, June 15. Staging SHERIFF during their college term at the this newspaper. won in the first primary. 1 ..l
[ on May 13. were disclosed will be held all through the day SMALL FIRE APPOINTMENT University. The official returns by precincts .

Swot week alter the County dinner spread on) the are:
Board met at the court with a hour. Invita- LAST WEEK The Bradford County Democratic Griff: Precinct I, 203; Precinct 2, TEACHERS GET fl
i fix grounds at the noon .
to complete the election sent to various Executl..Com.mlttee meetIng Another Large EggAn 396; Precinct 3, 302; Precinct 4,

-.o'asi. tions are clubs being to attend and a large CAUSES $100 DAMAGESTO STAVE here Tuesday recommended to egg laid by a Barred Plymouth 36; Precinct :5 S, 83; Precinct 6, 32; BONUSFULL l Th _

, 'iu?e election held to decide a dt- singing anticipated to meet with STARKE Governor Dave Sholt the-appointment Rock hen weighing more Precinct 7, 43; Precinct 8, 101.
of the district Into three crowd MILL of A. 0. Andreu as sheriff of than two ounces was brought to McRae: Precinct 1, 197; Precinct 2, PAY FOR 1935-1936 IN- '

U be known as the local. organization.Ihownlee* Estimated damages of one hundred Bradford County to fill the unex- the Telegraph this week by Mrs.- 348; Precinct 3, 195; Precinct 4, CLUDING BONUS PAID

IrIct 1incis No 10 Vanderbilt: DlsHe PromotedMilton dollars were caused when afire pi red term of the late W. J. Epper-: R. M. Prevatt, of Lawtey. The 28; Precinct II, 83; Precinct 6, 27; LOCAL TEACHERS fl

Ir1et t No. 15. *>ronn and Dls- broke but, Ignited by sparks I son, for many years chief law enforcement egg perfect in every respect, except Precinct 7, 39.; Precinct 8. 119. Recommendations for teachers

1II'1\ai\ 16. Rising. resulted. The Brownlee this week received from a burning "slab" pit, at the, official of the county.In : for the unusually large size, ------.---- for several of the schools In Bradford t f'j :y5
was from District Thursday a communication with Secretary I would undoubtedly be the answer, In Lakes '
53 favored* a vote of his promotion Starke Stave Mill late Fingerlings I were received at the last
to 2 t and the Agent with the of State R. A. Gray, local officials accompanied by eleven others, to I
r, .I followingby trusteesru.AI agent to Regional afternoon of last week. Thirty-five thousand fIngerling meeting of the School Board forth
Plant that the necessary '
LDale<1: Vand.>rbilt Ru- Bureau of Entomology States and Department The owner W. p Smith, this were assured proceedings would be 'a perfect dozen.. bass have been placed In Bradford approaching term.A t''

,/ 8 Bloort EtrJr Thonois and< w. Quarantine. United His territory week said that considerable loss legal out within this week for County lakes this week accordingto payment of ten per cent bonus
nh' Hrilbnmn. P. D. of Agriculture. South was realized in the boiler room of carried Attends Meet ; en announcement by Conservation ,to teachers was authorized along X

T". AJv.ezaand <>' Crawford Eastern States South with headquarter fuel In an adjoining room were destroyed candidate. for sheriff, was staff meetlng'of District No. 6 Social The fish were obtained for the ;for the balance due them' for the t, 4

AGea Britt Alvarez. and East of Minnesota leave by the blaze, soon extinguished as a elected June 2 over Welfare, at Green CoveSprings county from one of the state school year 1935-36 Including the
ees voted for theme 'of ten milia in. Atlanta. H. will month before spreading to other unanimously Wednesday, hatcheries. bonus payment.rW'.r ry t n ?
of opponents.
twenty-first I two
apprbacllng the
bra for two here quarters of the mill.
raaiaganaocef; for Atlanta.


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HIM L.Ia! M.. Lewis, C.rre..o.i*.. Mrs II. M. McRae, Correspondent section. We welcome
Minn Elizabeth Harnnge, Cor. Miss Edna Lewis, CorrespondentMr Mr. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Miss Effle Crawford, Cor. Mr. II:. D. Phillips thee

'I r '" Gordon, of Services were conducted at De- Elder K. Bowera filled hU regular Mary Starling of and
and Mrs Abner
J. D. Dobbs, Jr. and Paul Stan- : Death of Mr*. B. F. Renfroe Starke-
Erwin Privatt of Georgia spent wen
Church Saturday and Sundayby at Pine Level Sunday Hlng friend I
I'; I eel, of Lake City, were visiting J. Grove Park, spent Saturday night Mrs. B. F. Renfroe, 57, of Fort the week-end with his brother and dan Brook appointment here Thursday ,
with Mr. ana Mrs R. M. Crosby.Mr. Pastor Rev. Crosby, of evening. noon
; A, Harnage and family Sunday. Myers, passed away at the home
Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Craw-
4 and Mrs. D. M. McRie: of of her daughter and son-in-law, sister er. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling; hadas Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Gladys Knight la spendinga Orlando spent Sunday night with ford.Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville, dinner guests Sunday Mr. and oa. J. E.. Jr., Starling
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Turner, at New motored
while at Jacksonville with relatives to
Sullivan of La
Mr. and Mra. J. L. UnderbUJ.I I and Phillip spent several days of last week Mrs Fletcher Terrell and son William and Kingsley Lake
River, Saturday night, after a long
and friends Thursday
Miss Ora Lee Lewis returned to Illness. Jacksonville, spout the week-end, 'here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. B. J. Starling and noon. 8
:i I' Mr. and Mra. J. 3, Sapp and the of her mother, Mrs. Jean
$ guest
her home in Plant City after visitIng Mrs Renfroe was born and J. W. Lewis. children of Starke. Miss Edna Lewis of ,.
RU, ,
q : family were the guests of Mr. and a few days with relatives. raised In this county and was a Cask Ins. Mrs J. B. Thomas spent the last Miss Annie Mae Harnage of visiting Miss Vest< ,,
Mrs W. R Conner at Starke Mr. and Mra. R. M. Crosby and resident until seven Mra. Jean Gasktas Is on the sick of this week in Brooker with her Gum Branch Is visiting her uncle day. McRaB,
years ago
Sunday. children, Melva and Neal, Miss ,when she and her family moved to list this week we hope that she slater Mrs Leon Surrency.Mr. and aunt Mr. and Mra. B. M. Mc-
Mrs. W. F. Harnage and grandson Vera Lee Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Ab Fort In life she will be well again soon. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Rpe." .... ...
Myers. early was
Billle, la spending a while at Mrs. Wade Gasklna has been H. H. r ''' -
ner Cordon were visiting Ed Sul- married to Ben F. Renfroe and to daughter. Miss Hazel Mrs Hisses Ida Mae Normal and ;
j, Lake City, with Mr. and Mra. J. livan and family of Thereasa, Sun this union were born five children, confined to her bed for several Howard and daughter, Miss Louree, Carrie Alvarez and Miss Docla "" :
D. Dobbs, Jr, and Mr. and Mra. ,
days, her friends are glad to see to business in "
were all attending Starling and Purvis Green attended
; day.Mr. all of whom survive her. i "'\')
Carl Dobbs
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis had She was a member of the Holiness her up again. Gainesville Saturday and were church at Saxton Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs Ben Faulkner and as their guests Sunday Mr. and and ardent Several friends from this section dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. '
Church was an
J daughters, Mary and Carla Mae, Mrs Robert Mrs. R. J. attended the funeral services of :
Register, Christian and worker In her church. E. Howard of Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Kelly visit \
were visiting Mr and Mrs. II. L. Mrs. M. J. Fouta of Preacher Phillips, Sunday, of and
Register She was always a well respected ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis ed relatives in Heilbronn section,
i t Edwards Sunday Green Cove Springs, Mrs.' Ben citizen of this county and will be Woodlawn. sons, Purvis, L. 0., and Johnnie, Sunday.. e
Miss Donnie Mae Green
was of Bellmore Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and I
Moody Lula Mae and Miss 1I
and daughter, Among those who attended the
+ greatly missed by all who knew
guest of Mildred Knight, Sunday.Mr. .. Freda, of Olustee,
----- her. She leaves to mourn her daughter spent Hazel Thomas were visiting Mr. fish fry at Sampson Lake Saturday -
and Mrs. Marlon
Browning SAXTONMr death her beloved husband and the week-end with her parents Mr. I and Mrs. J. O. Denison of Midway, were. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mc-
and children of Ralford were vls- I jg
and Mrs R. N. Crawford.
i last Sunday afternoon. Rae and children of Starke Mr 5)
lUng her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. A. TI.r CorrrffondmtMrs five children and one brother, be-
M L Edwads, afternoon. sides a host of other relatives and Dr. M. B. Herlong of Starke, was W. J. Johns of Starke, Is spend- and Mrs. M. J. McRae and children -
Sunday W. R. Swan born Is visitingher called here last week to Mrs. Wade several here with his
I Miss Alice Edwards was visiting friends Namely: Ben F. Renfroe ing days H. M. McRae and family,
d Miss Melba Clemons husband who Is employed In Ft. of Fort Myers; Mrs. P B. Crews, Gasklns. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. D. M. McRae and
i afternoon. Sunday Myers Mrs. Ragan Pace and Mrs. Buck Mr and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. daughter Mildred, Leslie Fountain, 55 ,

![, Mrs. H. M. McRae and B. M Mc- Lizzie Tyler spent Sunday with Williams and one son Everette family of Woodlawn spent the day Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rafers of Leo and Robert Starling.The .

i1 i Rae were visiting Mr and Mrs T. Mrs W. K. Hutson Renfroe all of Fort Myers. Mrs here Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs R Jacksonville, spent the last partof revival meeting will begin at

N Norman Monday afternoon. O T. Nelson and Arthur Swan- R. T. Turner of New River, her N. Crawford. last week here with Mr. and Pine Level Church next Sunday
+ bom attended church In Misses Juanita, Geneva and leva
i, --.--. Lawtey. brother, Barnard Johns of Starke. Mrs. R. B. Thomas. night. Everybody Is invited to at- '
i Sunday. Mrs. Renfroe has been In ill Milliard of Woodlawn section, was Bill McMillan and Resale Thomas tend this meeting. Elder Akers !
"One la almost forced to the Misses Bessie and Lola Effie Sun-
Miss Crawford
Tyler health for the past several years and Merrill Edwards all of will do the preaching. .
conclusion that this old world was spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. afternoon.Mr. .
' and recently she has been practically day Starke were In our section Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lanier ofCoupe.5edTnacka
primarily designed for fish and A A. Sumner. and Mrs. B L. Prlvltt and
: an Invalid. She laid to afternoon. REELECTCAWTHO
; pessimists ICs about three-fourths J. M. Griffis and Luke Ginett, Mr. Melson Prl-
; Ivey daughter,
We to that
rest are
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock very sorry
water and seven-eights trouble made a business to Jacksonville I vltt and Mr. Robert Crawfordwere I
trip I In the Sapp Cemetery.The Mrs. Henry Shaw Is still on the
h !i Jacksonville Journal this week. funeral was conducted bv visiting friends and relatives sick list at this writing.: f \w.s.

the Rev. C. C. Butler at the grave. at Hilliard, Sunday. Miss R. Mann, of Fairbanks, is
Pallbearers Mr. Butler, of Ocala Is visitinghis time here with
; BOREE FUNERAL HOME were: Carl Johns. spending some
and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl son daughter friends and relatives.
Knight A. A. Durden, A. J. I
Full tin of fiiMkeU & Undertaken! Supplied Fletcher Butler here. A
1 Thomas, Charley E. Johns and T.
ANI NIGHT Frank Landrum. Funeral arrange- HAMPTON
i ments were In of Boree and
I 53 PHONE 53 Bennett Funeral charge directors. of Lake Butler, Sunday. MI... Ada IVImrao, Corr..........t STATESUPERINTENDED
I O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Could You Ask?
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" baby were visiting her parents at W. F. Elltrope of Miami, was !-
Card of Thank New River Sunday, and attended the guest of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, ,

.I.Ih We hereby take this method of the funeral of Mrs. B. F. Renfroe. and J. P. Summers and family this OF

expressing our most sincere heart Miss Doris Crosby returned to week. PUBLICINSTRUCTION
Miles Tire
] felt thanks to all those who wereso her home here after spending two Mrs. Ruby Chapman of Gainesville on

h j For Expert RepairingSmith's kind and< thoughtful to render weeks with Mr and Mrs. Marcus accompanied by Mrs. Carlton ,
your sympathy and help to us Conner of Starke. I and Mra. Conelton and daughter. I I

during the recent death of our dear Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Miss Conelton, were the guestsof He started the fight
fi wife and mother We also thank Mrs. Beulah Kelly were visiting Mrs. Chapman's mother, Mrs. J. Proven-Rugged-Reliable
each one for the beautiful flowers Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of P. Summers. In 1930 for a $10,000-

which were given. May God'a rich Brooker 000 appropriation for
Garage Sunday Mrs. G. W. Hinson and daughters -
est blessings rest on each and ev- We are Indeed glad to learn that who have been visiting In our schools. That

.' eryone of you is our prayer Mrs. C. A. Crosby Is Improving at South Florida, returned to their fight was won this

Phone 120 B. F. Renfroe and children her home in Brooker after a serious homes here after visiting Mrs. year when all schools
Barnard Johns.
Illness of several days. Hlnson's slater, Mrs. J. M. Min- ran full terms and all
Miss Hylab Drlggera of Lake ton of Tampa, and Mrs. Quincy
Wrecker Service Day or Night Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Butler spent the week-end with Green, of Bradenton and her teachers were paid.

t .1 baby and Betty Crosby were visit.tng her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. brother J. L. Green of Mulberry. FOR SALE BY Under his administration

j If Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly here. They were sight-seeing at Sarasota -

h:: .. _-- ______ --_.- and Clearwater. They were accompanied Henry A. McClellanWILLYS Florida now has
on their return by DEALER the highest percent.
Mra. Hlnaon's daughter, Mrs. F. C. Ml Main Street '' age of accredited

H Yatt of Bradenton.Rev. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. schools of any state m

Lex Green Must Think Wilks, of Ralford, will Or Write the south.
preach at the Baptist Church next
Southern \VIUj Distributors Keep POLITICS Out
,, Sunday, morning and evening. Everybody -
is Invited. 234 Poachtree-Atlanta, Ga.. of SCHOOLS

>,Gi'u I i'You. LIKE To Be Fooled FORD v.a ECONOMY MEANS

i or he wouldn't try to get away HIGH 7o /J

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,; 5555 cuss ALL AIIO UND AETY

f 19j6 ery ; pull the wool over : V.. ENGINE PERFORMANCE 3.:': EXTRA! CNAROto

tlal 2, your eyes. Mr. Green sent a copy of '1. WITH ECONOMY S1'IIL
t SUIL: a00YR1A cE
,.' the Congressional Record containing >5 5 SuKR-S-.ETY MECHAN'" 4.WELDED STRUCTUR1tAS WE c;::::
genre, ".C., the lion. James P. Richards' suppos 2. cAL BRAKES
> C
11.ccica COMFORT
' i 5,, I.C., ed remarks to nearly every voter in 5. CENTER-ro 1 R.O.NO

ii s f flashing toa 01.t\: In11.t' g the district. Now it develops that

colle"68ues" letter or AP"t:..,,....dyx. o r t S Congressman Richards
Ill' dear ""a -- ptlone never made,
I + ti 1\11' ''In "
{ 1 -C a Mtseton\ 0 C oT,-' "..".'Ii s..s\'I)1\\\ < ocon.18.n.. .......,1.'s, never read, never even saw the re

?n i et0n6| ft.cord\ .,Iot.t\Greatv'rs '""ord ot' \': l'VWs > marks. Mr. Green just said all those
1 porn ee "Col\&r.S81afU\ ro1.1I\a in 1isaskt "1)1.raC dq,, C
tb c t.ter 10\1 \.hO nice things about himself.
i a. tol1C'lll. of 5"':, der 1. p1.aced 1n t1 ,:
1n .
111 i D.eap. c 20, l'J\.6i. betoret.. naa contro"Cal" ..1 ires
\lond"1, Nay We need a smart Congressman in
sa tbts se..... .d,
read or nO dselt. to W i -+: wva. to ai con oem Washington but we don't want a
w '
.. cout.., ba \.", \.. 11' 1 3'Ullt1C v
l r. that tricky who
1 o. { c.1. one thinks his. constituents
t II or1 : will +t,j unfI l jll
t ed .. Srss*' a1.n..t srjffss believe anything he tells
,.. in IiIII'IY '
I 1 sa duW' ot !pr1201:.1\,as1Led .. ttr dghc tba.ent.. cor ,;;,,. them. Y ,r 0 1

+ 01\ "hoe aCte'w0 .. L. 1. Qr ir8 rd.e"' t. &':,red tbU_ oln acceded tol' Let's have a good honest hard.it .
+ *? Y eoncr.SIl"eear1LS -" 1 s. ....... fill ,
; t.o
-".'ourtaed b U s. toG -1.81'4; rta1.DC "...'a reco a .c 0 U.8CU..ara\.01\ -as calms. part of fighting Congressman like JOE

+/ thed s---t.b\. & coa \Uasts c oa t.b1S ar'olcl., onlr ., SEA R S. You can Joe
1&t.eS' .r.tag' rcord rely on
4 d e.l u a l"jtE cr t eta notntu 1, rea4 r r aaa.-rd., c 1'"t'dt.o "".ebec.-\.I\"on for& t.hoe a .,.,.))ar. Sears to tell vou the truth. lie's not L. :T

tten"-. betor, tt wan C PY! se t 't'b"' -vat'cora,.. \11".0. A .. all d t vaRg sly. He's not tricky. And he's your -, .. ._. S ., ,.__.-..,.. ,_, .......-. .
4 in : too kind of folks he
fat doesn't
I I tern .. b1 7 0 h try to deceive -
ott eoonl Coa&1'8'-- taft 'beeR dis:exindad the voters.
<:#Jo MATTER how
NO you classify your It give you more miles per dollar be-

-\an *e> rts'fi'ZZ\.sba' Joe Sears' long and honorable expenditures for car up-keep cause it give you all-round economy

100 record in Congress shows that he has It's your total expenditure that
rag! counts. low first coat, low up-keep coat, low depreciation

n\b KALex ? always stood for the things that How much "dollar mileage" la your ear and long life_ as well as low

k benefit YOU- giving you? gasoline and oil consumption. All these

S\.f THE CANAL. Dollars do go farther in the Ford V8. are big items. If you aim to buy theeoet
piCIlAAA9 improved carbnretlon
4:, you economical ear.

THE BONUS! unusual gasoline mileage with brilliant
rr Green also claims that he always voted FOR the Bonus but his V-8 performance. Most FORD MOTOR COMPANY

i record shows that on May 22. 1935:>> he voted AGAINST immediate OLD AGE SECURITY! owners of today'sFord

fit ment of the Bonus.JOE SEARS VOTED FOR IMMEDIATE PAYMENT pay! change oil only every 2000 miles

and add none between changes.

ji: 1 ,' ELECT JOE SEARS TO CONGRESS you And begin after to the understand first few thousand what Ford mile V-8. FordV8 {j

,,,ii (Friends of Joe Sears Paid For This Advertisement) "dollar mileage" really_] means. A GOOD CAR PRICE !

i>a (Paid Political Advertisement) AT A LOW ;

$25 A MO''VTII/l.r r.rdfowa-pylneM
.IMr.In the U.S, Ask kite nay srelei J936 rorJ y.d --/'_-T FMJ"..ur-\\
'y your F.rtl-,., '
.60.,Ae ,U.I..,.., .. nr
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F'..DO.. JCNE, : lZ, 1936 -- ._ --__- _- ._ ._ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH._ STARKR, FLO1UOA PAGE THRU'I J. i' )

CARD OF THANKS :! iga r ,k.I.Is
I wish to thank the voters, of BETHEL I! BROOKER TWO THOUSAND BOYS County girlsAugust MISSION: HALL l ,
County Coramislsoner's Mrs Ralph Gainey, CorrespondentMrs. Miss Vera AND GIRLS WILL 00 24284.H Life Saving I
District ainf.v. Correspondent I I Rev Claude Bridges and male
Number Three for the splendid TO 4-H CLUB: CAMPS Camp
G. 'I from the
W. Harrell has returned quartette Calvary Bap- I
vote given me In the Primary EI..ctlOD nrookrr Vs. \\aldo Camp Tlmpoochee:
wru on June 2nd., and will continue to her home in Lake City after The Waldo baseball team motor. GAINESVILLE:--Florida's two June 15-20: ( -Walton County boys tilt Church, Jacksonville, brought '
n spending a week with her daughter 4-H club will accommodate and girls. Inspiration In both and t
to serve you as your County camps message
to Brooker last
nl. ,.1. ..t_ Mrs. Ralph Gainey and famy. Sunday after June 22-27 Santa Rosa and Ok-
.4 ) Commissioner to the very best of 2.COO boys and girls during the song when they conducted the BI-
tl..t a etiow noon to meet the Brooker boys in aloosa and .
my ability camping season which opens on County boys girls.July ble study at the Mission Hall on '
.eadm. asst'sa.owtd aNayore Mallory Thomas. Mrs. Ralph Gainey and children a hard fought game on their home June 15, according to statements 29-July Jackson County

sea were visiting Mrs. D D. Woodard, diamond. This waa a clone game, from club leaders of the State Ag- boys and girls. Tuesday evening
$. Sunday. neither team ricultural Extension Service. July ft- 10-Jefferson County The topic chosen for the study ;
........1..... NOTICELeo scoring until the
W. Halbrook la no longerour Mr. and Mrs Carl Anders and game wall about one-third over At Forty-three counties will be rep- boys and girls by the teacher of the evening was

agent or Representative in any daughter, Juanita, were viiiting the clone of the ninth Inning the resented at the camps during the July 15-18-Farm and Home In- I the one uppermost In the minds of
way. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday score was tied, three and three. In reason. Club member In West stitute. Bible students today: The Prellm-
WILSON LIFE INSURANCE CO. afternoon. the eleventh Inning neither aide Florida will attend Camp Tlm- July 20-25-Escambla County Inial Coming of Christ and since

I 0-12-3t :Mrs. Paul Prevatt of Theressa, scored and Waldo In the twelfth, poochee, on beautiful Choctaw- boys and girls. prophecy Is no rapidly being ful-
was visiting R. L. Lee and family made the victorious score, winningover hatchee Bay, while those I.. Cen July 27-31-Holmes and Gulf filled that the world Is asking
There can be no Sunday. Brooker by the narrow margin tral and Southern Florida will attend County boys and girls. "what next''", the topic wall well a '
extenuating circumstance
in that dastardly mailing Rev. L. A. Crosby was visiting : of four to three. Camp McQuarrle, which Is situated August 3-7-Washington, Bay, chosen and attentively heard by a. w ,r
of bombs, since It K. E. Lee, Sunday. The Brooker line-up was aa fol- on Crooked Lake in scenic and Liberty County boys and girls good slce\l congregation. Time Is
appears they
did not acor-pany Income tax G W. Lee was visiting George lows: Ocala National Forest, Both I R. W. Blacklock Extension boys forgotten aa the message unfolds a ;
ments.-DeLand Sun-News. pay Johnson and family Sunday. Pitcher-Terry. camps have been Improved since club agent will be In general supervision and things eternal are consideredand F 4 a
Edna Gllsson\ and Gladys Lee Catcher! -W. Russ last season. of the camping season all go away spiritually nour p '
were Mrs. 1st Baae-A. Brown. Dunscombe for) both camps. ished. 1t"
visiting Ralph Gainey, Aubrey assistant
__ .
Sunday afternoon) 2nd Baae-R. Colson. district agent, and Wilmer Baasett, --- A ----- I Many new faces were noted and
i1I Miss Violet Johnson was visiting 3rd Base-H. Jones. former 4-H club boy and now a CARD OF THXNKS welcomed among the number i'',

Lola and Grace Glover, Sunday.We S. S.-C. Hough student In the University of Florida To each and everyone of my present I
t are glad to report that Mrs. L, F,--W. T. W 'ks. College of Agriculture will be lends who voted for and supported The Oth Chapter of John's Gospel i
1 'fl'q,1
Elbert Glover who has been con- C. F.--H. Morgan. In charge of Camp Tlmpoochee, I me In the June 2 Primary, in will belt ,t for the next study, : +
fined to her bed for some time Is R, F.--L, Mott. while W T. Nettles district agent, which I was a candidate for mem- Bibles will be needed. ik

able to be up again Mrs. R. W. Brnnnen and daughter and' O, T. Hugglna, former 4-H ber of School Board I wish to --

---.- -- Pauline, and Mrs Sarah Drlg- club boy and also a student in the express my sincere gratitude and s

CARD OF THANKS gera, of Lake Butler spent Sunday College of Agriculture, will be directors appieclntlon to you.Sincert'ly I -Vie Need ENGLISH In
'I here as guests of the former's of Camp MrQuttrrte. yours I IE
Yes, folks I thank each and everyone I parents, Mr and Mra H. P Gain- The Benson's schedule for the H, D May Our w'uno1.S"! ,
who voted) for me on June : Mrs. Brannen
ey. was accompanied two camps Is aa follows: II
2. I am sure I didn't talk to fif- I home by her sister. Miss Eva Camp McQuarrle: iI I II
ty voters about the election and Fay Gainey who Is spending this .. I ,;
June 15-20 --Marlon, Levy, and I \
had to leave the county to attendto week with her, .
business three weeks before the Mrs. Illene Thigpen and daughter I Citrus County girls' II I I R

election and to receive 598 votes Irene, spent last week-end June 22-27.-.Lake. Union, Or.
I surely do thank you all. here as guests of her brotherinlaw ange, and Seminole County boys
4 L 1.Yr 1. I assure you business will never and sister Mr, and Mrs B. F. June 29-July 4-St. Johns, Du- DO you suffer burning, wanly CM 1ra K'I ..
ex keep me away from any meetingof Hazen. val Putnam Flagler and Volu- lr.qu.nt urination.cl ach., I
I haadacha, dizziness Ion of energy,
the school Board and my aim i Mrs. L,, R Gainey Is spending a sla County boys.Julv lag palm, .w.llma. and pulflncu
will always be for the best Interestof few days In Jacksonville as f\II'II!! R.11--nra4ge..V.Vial1" "tv* I .eta 'kt ,y n'? Ai you tired, ne-v-
: -IF 49 those concerned, again I thank of her daughters, Mrs L A, Mintz Clay County girls. out-f..l all unstrung and don'l
1 you I and! Mrs. A. B. Crosby. July 13-18-Brevard, Seminole, !know whit It wrong? I I I II II l lI
J. H. Moore. Mr and Mrs Steve Urannen and and St Lucie County girls Than giv. tome though to your I
children of Lake Butler, spent July 20-25- Alachua and) Marion lildntyt. Bt iut. they (function properly I : "
Tote For ,
? -- -- ------ -- -- I
/ I Sunday here as guests of her sister County boys. lor functional' kldn.y dliorder permit I '
ul. lo In the blood I
eiccM w
Mrs I. J 2731Pa8co. Charlotte stay ,
Morgan. July ,
I and lo polton and upset the whole COLIN ENGLISH
Mi and Mrs. E. S Gainey and Lee Columbia, DeSoto, and Her- lyttem.
children of Plant City were visIting nando County boys.
T2 Ute Doart'i PlIU.Doen'i ere 'for the '
his brothers, L. 3-7 Palm Bench, forSuperintendent I
K and H P. I August Dacle. Lldntyt only They are recommended
.. I
Gainey here Sunday. Okeechobte, Highlands, Htiidoe. the world over. You can get the genuine of
I al.. .- and Brevard time-Uited Doen't al drug
wlyi. + # r i, ----- -- County boys any
Lk s eD # cit The life of a westerner was saved August 10-15-.Madlsion, Suwon. tore. Public Instruction

wnen a bullet was deflected bya nee Lafayette and Taylor Coun-
CONCRETE ROADSWILL cigar lighter, which would seem ty boys Trained., KrHrntTit| Cup1,1 I
t ia e'uriir I[ I to Justify its existence.-DeLand I August 17 21 Okeechobee, DOAN SPILLS ; .. .,. -? Native of Harbin i i

II LE Sun-News. Highlands Hardee, and Suwannee c4 iEOK

of offer :-. : .1. yJ' tt{ t ,\\I ..
TJLENTY resort centers very similar attractions and ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA ." ,. t 4 ,
'.r {J:< <- .
for the W
compete same trade. Which ones get the '

business? Which ones are an active hive of people with vacs.ooo CHARLK Gar+la,Mu|.r ; / : i

money to spend? YOUR hMtohlwl co-fort sad oeNd.lnruntel

You don't have a matter of|raat InpotU'nca' at tKi 1 aioo.ni.fcipteol .
to guess.Just stopand consider which places 'J ;
JWM ,kwe.lde I ftot.1 loutad to tK. (wart f.
10. And the answer is-resorts reached over concrete roads! d dais-mw. JacinonvilU. Evory roota with
tub and fliowar, gait watar, tlacm aaat,
Furthermore, concrete roads are actually the lowest e roads.. radio and ad.n.rr.ry( bad will, buwr.aprinf --.y
Their long life, low maintenance and low driving costs save aMHran add Individual raadina. U-pl.

money. Insist on concrete for your new roads. AID CONDIIIONIO
State Road Number 204 Needs Concrete Paving Rjrai.-S.iiiU with P.wat. Baili-

I 78 Room SI 00 80 Room $[J50 I
) PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION I 40 (too-. JJ.00 0.4 Room S350 I
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f Hurt Bldg., Atlanta, G*. I-SI'.M' mewe hr dwk4.a.pwwy e r.. bpt,

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Select Any 3 Magazines spirited Buick SPECIAL and you'll find knowledge that the family couldn't be safer in a car. h

From This List w sal.ctOa.Mnea't6. 0 a.'.ctn.Maga.1a.e I only one thing about it that's anything but big. It's big in every way, until you reach for the tag that ;
'T u., ,S'ory' ____. 1 y..ar. aater 9amrs. Garau .. 6 AO a COU.'fJI A"-.n' H.ull"Joum,1' .I I It's big in its inches, length and breadth big in the names the price-then you find that it's only a short
5.11. Horn. a G..d... _I ,.. 00 caratlm. \ 110..111 6 mw a 111.1. :! .I.!;
Fio..r CbrUiloa 1 Harold S mo. 0 f, ...ar Gror+'r .. Sys a m. arcs Paul ol''lauad 1" I ample. stretch-out space it supplies to driver and step up from the lowest-priced field to the Buick of
Grower ____ _. '' J..ml//
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luaar McCall',".am.Ma Won. Cloiaio I ,..... a M..IsCkttO 2T'' 0IOm.rl.N4" 1" within reach.
*Mdlacr-it 1 y... a DDm R..d. (15010)" 6 me D HOUlho/d/ 0 .I" easily master, or a driver it couldn't thrill by the fer are anyone's
Owe Hoed. (Soy.) -2 y..... ....nt. Mruu1"l : : l rf O 1II"'ra"d' Mnhanf::: 0 lrrPmhb.d.r
P.,1,1.I Magadn. _s _. a thftDII., (10.... .) ly, a *"."'""'. Ho LlruPw'onal 1" vor of its quick response, the smoothness of its stride. You'll be happier in a Duick. You'll get more back
::: .R..ri..kl' ) year g ytdald. Ana" : 1 r a "t" acultr 1" I
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w'.dr. = Roatat". taint 1,.. a .' .. 1"S"on01ltto It's big in the measure of its quality seen and for your money. Come see prove

oeh S'orlu'.Paraw.r .:.--.2 I y..... U a $CI'''.eadntiana,..., .. hp l1, a a South 1 ""'wyn.... '. 2y"1" unseen every nut and bolt and strut and part is the only small thing about it is its price.

'aeuth..aAgde.lhul.l' 17 I ::: Q5malctnptuNGrow" M. 1n 0sutceulusta.':: A akvth/,:,,:Nt'. 1" eloquent testimony to Buick's insistence that the BUICK/rsuhty.eHiwClem" McCarthy
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PXGE FOUR _____ ,
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tY : Mrs. O U Bea ley, Mrs. R. F. I.
( Woodman Circle Entertains Selma Thornton Demorest, and Mrs. Jeanette Kin- r

f W.O.W. Members Tuesday Celebrates Birthday cald, who Is visiting her parentsIn *OVERNIGHTClmeuea1

Night at Hall Mrs W. E. Thornton entertained Tampa, will be.week-end guestsof 4
1(1"'A i J. C. Robinson, in
i a ocictyjr a large number of young folks Mr. and
Grove, Woodman
The Stark .
afternoon at her home Apopka.Mr.
Wednesday ,
the members of f
{I Circle, entertained tataMet
from three to five o'clock, the occasion stye
I the local W. O. W. Camp Tuesday being the thirteenth birth- and Mrs. J. C. Mullikin and

night at the hall. day anniversary of her daughter son, Jack, of Miami, spent the Jetf a new ctimetic JetAdrienne
r '' Ladies' Quantities of gladioli and Selma week-end here with Mrs. Mullikin'sbrotherInlaw A
D. V. B. S. Closes Friday Jasmine beautifully arranged in
; Quantities of lilies and asters and sister, the Rev.
k Night at Baptist Church TuesdayThe basket formed the decoration for
Games C. B. Price.
were used for decorations. and Mrs
t' With Special Service Ladies Auxiliary of the the occasion. After a abort business and contests were enjoyed by the
session the following Interesting bas done It stain 1 First to
''j ; The Dally Vacation Bible School, Presbyterian Church met Tuesday was presented. young folks during the afternoon. :Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova design scientifically
f ';1'f; which has been conducted at the evening at the home of Mr and Song program and Reading-Joyce Moore Selma was the recipient of many and son, Paul, spent Sunday in wear ensembles,she is now theta
{ < First Baptist Church for the put Mrs. T. N. Kendrick for the regular Dance Freddie WImberley lovely and useful-gifts, which werebrought Ocala with her mother, Mrs. B. F. apply this same revolutionary Idea to
r two weeks, will close Friday eve June meeting- Tap to her toy her friends. The : Flowers cosmetics.

.' ning at eight o'clock with a special -' A profusion of Zinnias and chats Song"Pa -and Garnlta His :Monthly Hutto. Bills"- lovely birthday cake, beautifully Harmony from head to toe. Wow, for
'f program and display of band daisies adorned the rooms where M. FuueJJ."Tbe decorated and adorned with thirteen Misses Marion and Helen Bowling the first time,it Is truly possible. Use
work. Each of the four departments the members assembled. Mrs. Ed Mrs. B. burning candles, was displayed AdrlenneSdmffltealZif HmrmonlztJCtMmetfcs t
Wreck of the Hesperus"Miss left Sunday for a ten days vis-
I1 1 i \' will have a part in the service Bonham conducted the devotional I In the dining room. and friends in for this finished perfection. (
I Moore. It with relatives
1 which will consist of Bible part of the meeting, and the Bible Amy Mrs. Thornton served the young See bow the AJrlmn Connetic EntfmbU -
,.}E memory drlU verses, Biblical questions quiz. Mrs. E. M. Davis reviewed "A Letter from My Sweetheart"Jenell folks refreshments of punch and Winter Haven and Bartow. for your type blends perfectly
a short play and a display of chapters Two and Three of the Hutchings. cookies at the close of the delightful with your complexion brings out
A report of her trip to Lake The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price your natural beauty ss never before.
; +, all handwork in sewing, woodwork, Book "Women Under the Southern party. :
unaluska was given by Mrs Von- have as their guest this week Mrs. Follow A M,
)? < nn
and map-drawing '-
poster making Cross Mrs H. H. Young president Invited to be with Selma on her
members of
da Inman brief talks by Price nephew, Dempsey Sox,
The of this Is to
I purpose program of the Auxiliary, presidedover birthday were: Mildred Williams,
of the Woodman of the World were l Coral Gables.
1 ,t, i acquaint the parent. and friends a short business session. Dur- Julia Winkler, Mary Lorraine,
I J of this school with the type of work ing the social hour the hostess i also given during the evening. Stockwell, JeneUe Mulchings Hazel .
social hour the refreshment -
done during the two weeks of served delicious refreshments of During the which III Thomas, Florence Mersereau, *
,5 study. The parents of those attending cake and lemonade. I committee Freddie Wlmbely, Geraldine Silcox, I
.... composed of Mrs. I* S. REAL
i school
the are especially
f 1. I Lillian Thomas, Aubrey Griffith, SCIENTIFICALLY HARMONIZED
Mrs. E. J. Flynn served temptingefreahments COSMETICSMITCHELL'S
this short .ervlce.I
y to attend
; urged I and Elbert Earl Thdrnton.
D. V. B. S. Members of
1.m The Bible school this year is by to the members ESTATEIF DRUG '
I their
ii '1 far the best that hu,been held Enjoy OutingsThe the Woodman Circle and -
: :k both In enrollment and attendance.The Vaca- guests. Mrs. L. D. Green and daughter, YOU WANT TO rTIEDRU.OSTO'RD!
{ of the
members Dally
--.- Elise, are in Tampa, visiting Mrs.Green' .
total enrollment reached a BUY, SELL OR RENT J JWhite
Bible School, which being
: tion .
\, '1 peak of 116 as compared with 89 conducted at the Baptist Church, I W. M. U. NoticeThe Mr. and Mrs.brother-in-law Clifford Williams.and sister, SEE US-
i for last The departmental
year. enjoy recreation as well as the business and program meet
( f enrollment was as follows: Beginner '
: ?
'1 jl 21 27 Junior 46 usual routine of study and classes. ing of the Baptist W. M. U. will The Rev. W. C. Carlyle, of Pen WILSONREALTY
; Primary ; ;
; r ,. Intermediate 13. Friday afternoon the Boys Class be held at the church next Monday ney Farms, will preach during the CORP.
In Woodwork held a swimming afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The
regular serviceat
morning worship
\ While the school was conducted House OCTAGON
\1 at the Epperson cottage at in of the
party> program will be charge the Presbyterian Church, Sun-
the Church, children ,
q i ; by Baptist Lake, after several hoursof -- EvaporatedMILK
KIngsley Young Matron's Circle. day. : : ,: ..
f. k from all the churches were invited '
water recreation, watermelons D SO\1 ORPOWDER
1 .::, to attend. A check of the enrollment were cut on the shore for the boys Mrs. Annie Frazee who has spent

d shows the church representation taking the couse in Woodwork the past year at Garrison-on-the-
as follows: Baptists 80; Meth. making. Hudson, N. Y., with her son-in-
,,. odists 23; Christians 0; Presbyterians Mrs. Carl A. Knight entertainedthe law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ATTENTIONMR.
2.The. members of the Junior Girls Taylor Belcher, and in Richmond, 3 Large 19c maetllkl.
m church earnestly requests class at her KIngsley Lake Home Va., with her son, J. L. Frazee, returned 1659
: the public to attend the service Saturday morning. The time was to her home here this week. 5 for
:fl ; ,i Friday evening at eight o'clock spent doing handwork, which was VETERAN! 3 Small lOc fWHEREoECbNOMYRUlfSl lOc I
;4; } which will b. held in the church. the girls during the classes Friends here regret to know that .
begun by
< Mrs. M E. Edwards is ill in St.
f fi .. ... at the school. At noon they Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville. SCOCO or JEWEl-Finest Shortening; Compound

-. enjoyed a picnic lunch. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Misses COME IN AND SEE OUR LARGE LARD
+- : 2 Lbs. (bulk) 23c
Hazel and Lois Adkins and A.
i '
ii RITZ THEATRE Woman's Club Meeting Z. Adklns, Jr., have been in Jack ASSORTMENT OFMEN'S

STARKE PostponedThe sonville several days this week on PLAIN OK SELFRISINGIONAFLOUR
account of Mrs. Bdward's ulnas
regular meeting of the Woman -
PROGRAMKEUINN1NQ 's Club of Starke combinedwith (LKIIK'ft! ttPPOHT SUITS
the Bi-County Federation of Starke, Flu, May 31., 193 I
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit
Women's Clubs, which was designated Court In and for Bradford County, '; 12-LBS. 24-LBS.
{: TI1URS.-FRI., JUNE 11-12 to meet here Wednesday Florida, on account of taxes asnea..- ;' 48-LBS.
ed for the year 1935 Let Us Outfit You From Head to Foot.
"The Law In Her morning was postponed until a later C. A. KNIGHT '. 37c 69c
date Tax Collector.fouBlr $1.35
g' ; Hands" Balanc due ProperTo 8,72374 We Are Giving Away a $1.49 Value Waterproof -

i Margaret Warren Llnday Hull W. M. S. Notice To By Balance amount. collected due I. u____==____=_- 8,722.74 NONE] Straw Hat With Each $16.50 Suit MARY ANN

'd, **The Woman's Missionary Society Balance FIB. due A. _FurfrlloroTo _?,___-_ 1,068.88 For The Next Three WeeksOFFER OLD FASHION PINK-TALL C VN
t SATURDAY JUNE 1STH. By amount collected ____ NONE) .
of the Methodist Church will To Balance due. _____...__ 1.063.65tciUBtr EXPIRES JULY 4, 1936 MEAL SALMONCan
"No Man's
Range"8UN.MON. Road lid) BridgeTo .
? meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: at
Balance due __.__ ..__. .620.8
y the church. Business and devo- By amount collected. .?..___ NONETo SUITS From ________ __$14.00 to $16.50 Unbolted
} ., JUNE 14-15 ____.__, __
Balance due 4,890,55
tional meeting. : School General TAILOR' MADE SUITS ___$23.00 Up 10 Lbs. 18c lOc
'L' psi, 'Wife Vs. Secretary' I:To Balance Corey due. _____._? 11.818.27I ____ ----
Clark Gable By amount collected. ..... NONF3To : (Guaranteed Fit)
THANKS VOTERSTo I Balance due $.n

Jean Myrna lIarlowTUES.WED. Loy the Voter of Bradford County I To.Balance(due-'''.'t'p'ii'I____.?: ?' ?.\. '1H*y 00 MEN ::4HIRTS ..:__;. _j..,,".;...'..:.___ 89c,Up PORK d4BEANS
1,1,1 this time to By amount collected. ._..__ > NONETo
It is my desire at express lib.can 1 5for 20c
., JUNE 16-17 my sincere thanks and ap- Balance Total .a'.due bSek.ei. .Hrcnlar..-_ 21400 SUMMER PANTS $1.00 to $2.25. ,

t "Barbary Coast" preciation to the voters of Brad- To By Balance amount collected due I -----_._:_ 5,14811 NONE] DRESS SHOES ____-_____$1.85 to $4.95 OUR, OWN -- ---- ,
I ford County for your loyal support To Balance. due _..___. 5.142.11Total
Miriam Hopkins given me on June 2nd, 1036, Sub.Srbool Seeded STETSON HATS I TEA Lb.
Edw. O. Robinson To Balance due 4,633 84By / 19c ILb.I 37c :
Joel McCrea when you re-elected me your Coun- amount collected I .------?---.-.-_ HONETo ;
ty Judge for another term. You Balance due. _.________ ,182.8.
,S d I .
TIIUR .-FRI.. JUNE 18-19 may rest assured that your interest Balance Widow'due. ___femmlomTo ____ __ 531.83 J. M. ALVAREZMEN'S NATIONAL BISCUIT-E. CELL --
will be looked after as in the I
By amount collected NONE)
i. ''Give Us This ____ -__-__-_
Night' past, and that your trust and con To Balance A due Bridie.ImtrrrmtA 631,89Ilond SODA CRACKERS Pound Box lOcPEAS
Gladys Swarthout fidence is highly appreciated and HI.kin* Feed STORE
will not be betrayed. To Balance due ___. ___ 11,89(1113(
,{ i ; LUCKY SEAT NITS EVERY By amount collected. _?___ NONE) I
Respectfully, To Balance. due. ____.._...? 11,686(2 !
t' E. K. Ferryman ;;.;: 10NA GIBBS-NO. 2 CAN
1.. .:' .' :, : _- :. : _.-- 'T County Judge. 1


: I LADIES' LARD Lb. 9/c 1 I 4 Cans __ __ 25c 2 cans for 15e


Bent White_No Salt

BACON Lb 15c 12 Pounds _----- 38c I Per Pound Sc
) & CARRY OKRA Per Pound lOc
24 Pounds
HOSEAT ______ 72c
ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc 1

1 ,

1 I rlf RICE 5 Lbs. 25c BACON Lb. 18c TOMATOES Per Pound 5c

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T 1, ? i 49c 79c 28OZAPPLE SWEET CORN Per Dozen 15c

MEAL 5 Lbs. 10c '
and Tub or PrintBUTTER

g M 1 4i' 47u, GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c: SUGAR

i '* 95cNew TOILET TISSUE 3 Rolls lOc4LK.

a I, MUSTARD, Qt. Jar _____lOc CARTON JEWEL: 5 Lbs. 25c Pound __ -. 33c {
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Lifl LADIES'DREATSSES STEPINS PURE COFFEE Lb. 12%c SALT, 4 Pkgs. ___ _______w 9c I OIL 2 gal can 89c

t li 1 98cAT 1.95 19c, 25c, 50c PRINCE ALBERT, can ___lOc : CANE PATCH PURE CANE Pt Qt )H-pl GaL
and 59c 2k! SYRUP 55c
w'' to 4.95 PACK'S. lOc 17c 29c

LADIES'GOWNS LADIESSLIPS TOMATOES Cans 25c MATCHES, 3 Pkgs __ __ lOc I i/2'pt. lOc; Pt. 15c; Qts. 29c

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,, 49c 59c 79c 98c BREAD 3 Loaves 25c EAGLE BRAND MILK Can 20c
AT ------ BEEF

4i 49c, 59c, 98c 1.19, 1.49 & 1.98 CHUCK STEW 2 Lbs. 25c OXYDOL 3 For 25c

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__ '1i'v tk LADIES' New LADIES'SANDALS Shipment STEAK Lb. 12/c! PIG JAILS, Lb. ________15c P. & G. SOAP 3 f for l lOc


_ AT HI-PLANE 2 Cans _____15c SWEET MIXED :, RINSO 3 Pkgs. 25c

t' 98c and 1.25 1.95 AT OOLD I\IEDAL. PICKLES 24-oz. 15c

k + ..l'X' t LADIES'SLACKS LADIES'SHORTS: : MILK 3 tall cans 19c MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. ___ lOc CHIPSO 3Pkgs.25c

", Jj I SODA CRACKERS Lb. lOc I GRANDMOT71ER'S-Fre'h' lain 01' SU ,
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Special At t BOILING BACON Lb. ,. 12c D J.I-oz. 18-oz.

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a profes"JioTuT G. L. Patten spent the weekendIn ----.L-- ,
--- -
Mrs. G. W. ------ ---- -
Alderman -
oL Green Cove Eustis with his sisters I spent the M. and Mrs. T. F LandruM are Miss' -
Mrs. Ina past week la Tallahassee Mary Lucile Torode left City Manager and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Bill Owens, Mrs. '
al! Ill" week ._ Mae Flynn and Miss Letha Patten. I her husband G W. Alderman, who spending Inverness several with his days pILr'nts..Ir this week and In for Tallahassee Monday where she Larsen of Lakeland were the I B. G. Owens, and Mr. and Mrs Ted ? ;
I/Jga Is entered summer school at the guests of Mrs. Larsen brotherinlaw
employed there. Stilley. all of Jacksonville were the-
Guilford andIurlle Mrs. Dick Thomas, of Jacksonville Mrs. J. A. Landrum. Florida State for Women. i ki
F. College and sister. Col. and Mrs. D. B. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R ,
sod 5wb U .pent Sundaykeillno was the guest of Mr. and Miss Lillian Moseley and Miss -- -- ----- Knight, the first of the week. C. Buford and Mrs. Lettie Stilley. i
Frank Mrs. Ida Dekle, of Lake Butler, 1..11_'
vlllltlng- friends.thewa Mrs. Carpenter, this week. Louise Kite work and dross shoe at
spent Sunday In spent several days this week here
Alvarez i
Gainesville with from $1.30 to 195. Misses Etholln Mrs Joe Hale and small
Mr. and Mrs. J. White Clara McGee son of
visiting Mr. and Mrs.
H. t
C. Ritch
Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Floreus, of A. Smith. and White Key West, are here her
Dorothy went to visiting 4,
: E.rMlddle- and Mr.
and Mrs. J. .
end Jacksonville, the F1 Rltch. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin
Mrs. W. were guests Sun- I spent Lakeland Monday, where they attended mother Mrs. Hattie Alvarcs. Mrs.
rue.day In Jack.onvUle. day of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Young. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. Effle Johns several days this week In Jackson- the Young People's As- Hale was formerly Miss Grace Alvarez -
had her
speDI as ville
on account of the Illness of .
Miss Madge Middleton sembly of the Methodist Church.
and Mrs. N.
Ratllff. of Fort The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. T. Ritch guests Sunday her niece, Mrs. Bill their granddaughter Miss Gloria
Marguerite were visiting friends in Parks, of
also Mr. and Mrs.
several days recentlyMary F. A. Scott this week on Friday Madison Johns. Martin W. Struth arrived here
rcepeat Sunday.Mr. Gus Smith, of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and
Brownlee.Alex" at.3 p. m. Thursday for a visit with his
with Mla children Shirley and Betty, spent I pa-
Sally and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr. And Mrs.0.. II. Mrs. Mary Cole, of Lake City, the week-end In Lake City visiting rents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth.
B. >Jer has been con- Mrs. of Waldo, children, Ida Lulu and Marjorie spent several days last Naawortby week In was here recently visiting at the Mrs. Lynn1 Mother Mrs. Roxla Mr. Struth. who Is stationed, on
to bl. bOllle for several week was a recent guest of Mrs. Lalla left Saturday for a several months Fort Meade ,the home of Mr. and :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Amerson. the U. S. S. Indianapolis, is on a
as of
to Injurle!! uet&lned In a fall. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor- visit at Daytona Beach.E. and Mrs. William Dobrow.guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. thirty day furlough from the Navy.
gan. Smith. This is the first time that he has
mrl.*** merchandise at L H. Smith left Wednesday for tha Miss Thelma Hall and Miss Al- been home since 1930. ih
/ M n' overalls- McCormick, of
or $1.00 to $1.50. Cltra, are the
at J. M. Mr. and Mrs. C. :3. Pergola and Townsend Little Miss Stone,
18 pricetrad Del., where he was call- -Work Panto $1.00 to $1.75-Gcod Betty of Ar- guests' this week of their brother-
son, Kenneth of Jacksonville, were ed due cher, is here at. the homesof
ewes. to the death of his mother, grade work shirt boa up. J. M. visiting in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
the guests Sunday of Mrs. Pergo! Mrs. Mary A. Smith. Alvarez. her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.Ellery Bryant Beasley.
la's mother, Mrs. C. L. Young. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. CARVER l

CITIZENSND Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Hilda Sam Anderson. 1
THE Merrill Futch left for
o Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and Durden, Miss Ruth Tuesday Little Miss Patsy Ruth Wainwright JEWELER
Sternberg Belle Glade, where he has -
VOTERS OF daughter, Marjorie, of Wildwood, : accepted of Jacksonville, is spending .n
Clarice Gill were visiting in a temporary position with the :Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bitch ot
co. are here visiting Mrs. DeSha's parents Jacksonville Monday. State Experiment Station there. Moultrie, Ga., arrived here Wednesday -, this week here with her grandparents WATCH, CI-OCK AND
[ BRADFORD Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. for a visit with Mr. and ,,Sr.Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright UENERAL KEPAIKINO

Men's suits .$14.00 to $16.50. Miss Marjorie, Stump left Mon- Mrs. J. II. Bitch at their Kingsley
have been I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Lake home. ---- All Work ,
l'I.tent rumor $1.49 value waterproof straw hat day for Tallahassee where she
lon, Mack, Frank and Joe Hoover, ,_ Miss
the County that IJ Amy Moore, Mrs. E J
prf841 over gUrn with each $16. O suit until will attend the summer session at
,r. II J lob with the Federal I and Joe Slstrunk attended the July 4th. J. M. Alvarez the Florida State'College for Wo Dr. H. B. McLendon and Dr. J. Flynn and Mr. Vonda Inman are IN UltEEN RUILDINOSTARKK '
Bank. graduating exercises, Sunday and M. Brownlee the i attending the District meeting of
d| .. men. are attending !! FLORIDA
Monday, at the University of Flor- the Woodman Circle,
Mrs. O J. Griffin and Lt. Owen -- Short Course In Dentistry, held at which meetsIn r
Ida' In Gainesville, for the class of I
Miss Hogsed left Tues- the of Florida In Palatka today (Friday).
| The, following connected show 1036. of which Merrill Futch W. Griffin, of St. Augustine, were Kitty University
; a
hat I am NOT with member. was the week-end guests of the form-i day for Durham,.;N. C., where she Gainesville this week.
lie iBank. er's daughter Mrs. Ethel Biggs.I I will attend the summer session at grace distinctive flowerscherry
Duke University for the next Bobby and Jimmy Stith, of Jack-
I at herschelJjiukHonllle '
Administration I Little Miss Parks, of At- eight weeks sonville ,are here visiting their
Credit A Beverly '
THE Farm FEDERAL LAND BANKOF [GENT WORD lanta, Ga., arrived here this week grandparents, Mr. and' Mrs. H. L. I .> ,
COLUMBIAThird I to spend the summer with her Mrs. H. C. Ritch left Tuesdayfor Brownlee for several weeks. Mrs phone 7-2129
Dlsrtlot COLUMN 'grandparents Dr. and Mrs. W. B. a visit with.Mrs Walter Cooper Stith and son, Chun, are enjoyinga I'' mart renter pieces unusual, corsages
COLUMBIA. C. Parks. in Sanford. visit in Washington, D. C. flowers for gifts' 4 4i

INTRODUCTIONS by Mall. Try .. .. ,.. .... ...
March 7, 1936. our new plan and meet congenial ,:" ;::-" ;;', '.:.:, '. ::..:.'.0 .-.:" .... :':_: :.':.i::.:: :::.:'1 $'7.:':;,; 'J'JI' ;,_, :"If..' 4::"":,1:::..:' .:', '.,"")..i::: : :"" ..:.':.: : ,:: : : ". : ..:':-: .: ..:- ,' T', : :-,..:-..-':':. : :.;" ::.. :.: ',' i,
people everywhere. Letters Confi- .rte i dj
dential. Write at Y
once. TropicalC.
HFldd Representative Club, Box 105, Miami, Fla. SUGAR W. G. MEAL
4 wtey Florida 5-l-8t ATruckload of SwtfVs Quality Products

Dear I regret Mr Hill to advise you that I BUY and A get SINGER the best.Sewing Good machine prices 1 lOLbs.(} 48c !D TIP TOP GROCERY 1 10 Lb .20cRICE t tBLUE

and good terms. See L. G. Hem- .
your services will not be requlr- _rL %.._r-i j
Pd after March 14, 1936. You ingway, Agent, Starke, Fla. 2tp ROSE I'KAKLGRITS '
rill receive two weeks additional WILL SWAP Speed Boat for thir- P '
Swift's Premium
pay ty laying hens or same value In
fryers. J. W. Jordan, General Delivery
This action Is being taken by
rOD of curtailment In person Starke, Fla. Itp 5 Lbs. 25c r
10 Lbs.
JM| In various departments of FOR RENT-Upstairs apartment, k 25c
1 te bank. furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. F. .

We suggest that you' turnover H. Long. Itp MATCHESPackage SALT l ,

all bank owned property In NEW CHEVROLET Pick-up 1936, it

lion your possession to Mr. Fergu- For Sale at a real sacrifice by own- 5c 2 For 5c .; n
on March 14 and take an er. Apply Mr. Titus Olson, Brad-
Inventory receipt therefor.It ford Cafe. 2tp '
Is hoped by the undersigned LIIIIIY'N POTTED Ji
Itlat you will not have much MEN WANTED for Rawleigh lti
Routes of 800 families. Reliable BEEF STEW Lb. lOc I
tion I'rouble. In making a new con nee- hustler should start earning $25. Lb, e e ie MEAT, 6 for 25c

weekly and Increase rapidly. Write

With best wishes I am today. Rawleigh Dept. FAF- 39c PIG TAILS 2 Lbs. .25cPIG ;w4 i LIBIIY'M VIENNA '
Tours very truly, 223-S Memphis, Tenn. .i,
B. S. Burch,
FOR SALE-.32 Winchester Rifle.A SLICEDBEEF.tfftv
Manager Collection Division EARS OK
good deer gun. Practically new. 3 Can ._ .. 25c '
fBSBL: $13.0O. See W. 'E," Daughtery. .*8c it

cc' J. J. Ferguson, F. Supv. Starke, Fla.MATTRESS. ; NECKBOf...,S,3Lbs. 25c Lb. 33c KOSEDALE CORNED BEEFlIalf t ,G


|IS OND SOLICITED PRIMARY IN, JUNE TilE SEC 23. service.Mattress mattresses Company Re-upholstering.made, new.534 N.One Walnut Starke day Lb.Whole 29c ROAST, Lb. 15c BOLOGNA HAM, 2 Lbs. .25cLARGE 3 Cans HASH_ 25c -

Street, P. O. Box 125. Itp
'NAT --------------- MACARONI
SEZ: SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 24c WEINERS 2 Lbs. 25c or ysl '

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tl }:!, .4\.4111 \ PROVES BIG SUCCESS ORLANDO-Real estate trans- market recently opened'f ror*,* ,
i j, ODd "'
:[, 1 : AS OVER 500 ATTEND t actions in twenty-five Florida season under the eupervlalqa,
11111. .; ." H!' .I NEWSNews counties during the first quarter of Suwannee County QOlllo
'l' By J. FRANCIS COOPER LIVE 1936 increased almost $4,000,000 stratlon club members III
FARMERS SECTION TALLAHASSEE The annual last members are ,
over the same period year, enthusiastic- nerd
'Jh short course for 4-H club girls of the success of the )
; I of Florida in Short Paragraphs Frank R. Jewett, president market tbUi
closed Saturday at the State College Florida Association of Real Estate Eunice Grad ?, '
I Concluded by Demonstration Agents I for Women after a week of Boards, said, Jewett said figures home agent. dune,,
: Intensive Instruction In subjects -- ...
\1 \ kept on the twenty-five most active -"- -
i :') I pertaining to rural home life and --- --- -- counties showed sales totaling Orlando-Agnes -
lY I Y4r Vincent
L ., .
leadership.Conducted or
with *
r u - $20,179,638 compared $16- wood, made the highest J '
..,1' by the State: Home HIGH KINDFERNANDINAR EASY CHOICE score
:< d1 831,284 In the same period of 1935 the 4-H club
I STATION BEGINS STUDY Demonstration Department, the A. Strick GULFPORT-Andrew E. Potter and $6,600,250 in 1934.DeFuntak County contests 'Il'allj) ? :
,I I'l'l 4' ; RURAL I OF PASTURE PLANTS TO event drew 531 girls from thirty- land Nassau County election In- quit as mayor of Gulfport to keep Miss Nellie according t. a repO" tll'
DETERMINE FEED VALUE, six counties and climaxed a. yearof spector, told County Judge H. V. his WPA job. As mayor he earn- Taylor, QOlllt steal
COMMON SENSE work which has been directedby Burgess election returns bad not ed $10 a month but as assistant Springs Walton ------ -+-, -, -

GAINESVILLE A long-time county borne demonstration been received because a high wind foreman on a WPA pier projecthe County's recent home demonstration Jdoper-HamtUon County
y" SPUDS JOHNSON of Florida pasture plants to from club flower show was an out- chlp
By study agents. prevented precinct officials is paid $75. says County AS e'Jt i i $
L determine those that are useful as Announcement of contest winners bringing In their boxes. standing success, according to a have made fine J''VeR. hl'tt
ANOTHER GROUP GOES stock feed and to provide Information for the year was a feature of report from Miss Eloise McGriff, weeks. 'r

FORTH TO STRIVE IN leading to pasture Improve- the closing session The capital PRICES HIT ROCK BOTTOMST. ENTERS RACE .' home agent. -** __
AGRICULTURAL FIELD ment in the state was begun this prize, a trip to the National Club PETERSBURG eating MARIANNA-Emmett G. Sheppard Before
l I week the Florida Agricultural 23-year-old :Marianna news- marriage a girl, ?.
I by in Chicago next Decem- We
-- Congress house "price war" has brought Live Oak-Recent rains came In guarded In Sicily.
Having completed their courses Experiment Station. ber, went to Miss Frances Webb, 2-cent breakfast here. A drug. paper editor, yesterday announcedhis the nick of time to save Suwannee seen in public with her II err
I This program of eudy, accordingto of Dade County, winner in the candidacy for governor of Florida that minI- and
and having received their diplomat store slashed prices to County's crops gardens, a chaperone is always
Harold Hume assistant director in 1940. He is Democrat.
H. a
at recent graduation exercises, another style review, and Miss Mary mum. The meal two pennies will County Agent S. C. Klerce reports. when the fiance calls prey
of research In the Station, During the. next four years, he
Frances Tomberlin, of western
'a of young men go forth buy consists of one egg, a strip of
group -
I will fit In nicely with the Insltu Hillsborough County, winner in said, he will make a study of "suc-
toast coffee
; from the University of Florida College bacon, grits, buttered "
Ion's campaign to Improve Florida cessful plans of government, in
tr of Agriculture to take their judging. and cream.REMANDED. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
livestock .... various states. "I will incorporate
In the field of agriculture. Four girls had outstanding records _u__ _
1 r places I "We can go along Just so far In advanced canning and one all the better ideas Into my plat-
college JAIL Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for
their four of TO Me to
During years "
in Bl'ftd
with livestock improvement of them will be selected later for form. "I expect to have a tax 1
p 1 they learned a great deal that Florida under present conditions. the Chicago trip. They are Louise JACKSONVILLE-Myrtle Eat- program probably more radical EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS """""EDeWITT ::
will stand them In good stead lateron. on was remanded to jail here to MODERATE PRICES
1 ; Then, unless our pastures providea Grantham, of Jefferson, and Sadie than any yet offered in the cbun-
bc '.j During-the coming years they satisfactory supply of grass and Vest, of Osceola, who tied for first, await sentence. for harboring a try, but it will suit everybody's C. JONES
1 have much to learn, for agricultureIs forage for our stock, we will stop Alma Rogers, of Gadsden, and man now serving a life term for pocket." Starke, Floridavia
Indeed a broad field of human his part in kidnaping Edward O.
a It Is with this view in mind and Agnes Vincent, of Orange.
endeavor.In I: Bremer. She was convicted last
with the of increasing .
purpose Five gtrU, Roberta Brown, of
college, they were given the Florida's pasture facilities so that Polk, Toi Strickland, of Holmes, week of harboring William Weaver -

benefit of instruction based on livestock Improvement will forge Lola Hayes, of Dade, Edith Mc- .
years of research and thought. steadily onward that we are beginning Keown, of Jackson, and June -
They learned the best methods of this program," Mr. Hume Goodbread, of Palm Beach, will PLAN MANY HOMES

rr, i work in agriculture. They also aid. continue to work in food prepara- MIAMI-Two construction firms
l 'si were given the chance to observethe / Pastured will be surveyed to determine tion until October and the one today announced Greater Miami

''i results from the use of ap the plants that stock eat coring highest will be awarded a home building programs to aggre-

t proved agricultural practice. and those that are not useful in this trip to the Club Congress gate (2.000,000 in the next three or

-' In the years to come they will respect. After this has been de- Other winners included the fol- more years. Securing city permits ,
learn a great deal more, for agriculture termined, the Station will work outa for ten residences the con- s s y 'r

i} changes with the develop. program of propagation of useful are In the process of being remov- cerns said these were the first of

;1 i ment of new ideas and methods. native pasture plants or the plant- ed. Following these achievements, 248 homes they expected to build I 0t
1i fl, New problems will arise and they Ing of plants from other sections. there has come a greatly increased here. o
must and and observe the will re- .
i'. study experiment Necessarily program interest in the improvement of
to find solutions for them. In quire a long time to complete, the cattle by breeding and selection. ENGINEERS PLAN DATA

fact, the College of Agriculture research official pointed out. Cattlemen are looking forward to JACKSONVILLE Army engi-

does not claim to teach them all "Florida's climate and geographical the establishment of their Indusryon neers announce plans to gather
l there Is to know about agriculture location are favorable for a firmer and broader basis. Information for the, next two weeks

Il, -It strives to give these young developing a more remunerative I from the dairying side, it maybe in the local harbor for the use of i
t men the background and the imc' cattle industry than this state has pointed out that In many instances a special board surveying the y
; petus that will cary them on to accomplishment now. Two great handicaps, 'salt I the industry Is upon a Florida cross-stale canal. Men

'j In their work. sick' and 'fever tick,' have been or strictly factory basis of handlingand I will record movements of all vessels springtime highways IAn I

f 41 Competition is keen in agriculture management. Roughages and using the port. '
an it Is keen In other lines of find these friendships of great val- other feeds are bought in too large 0- outdoors Invites you to travel Springtime On.Wo. ar.. .'

work, and the man who Is best quantities to allow the largest re- HOLLAND TAKES OATH bigfewsrs through dogwood-festooned counterid ,
equipped with of methods ue.In of the .. You can s.. mote enjoy mot when
knowledge past years, graduates turns. Obviously, pasture studies MIAMI-John W. Holland of you JACKSONVILLE $ .80 $1.45:
,i and procedure Is the man who University of Florida College of are needed," he explained. Jacksonville, raised his right hand lI'anlbyJJ\I8..FIodda Motor Lin.s and Grey DAYTONA BEACH---------- 2.45 4.45:
will compete successfully. The Instruction Agriculture have found a minimumof Information obtained from the and swore to "do equal right to the bound Uns wan strictly first class dependable --------
+' and I srrie. Your choice of sconle ST. PETERSBURG _________ 3.50 5.50
a training, experiencethese difficulty in obtaining work. survey and applied to Florida pasture poor and to the rich" last Saturday many
young men have bad In college This Is the case this year, also. problems would result in bet and took his seat as United reutM and unlimited stopover privileges en- TAMPA -________________ 2.60 4.70

41'' c will be a valuable part of their This speaks well for the state, for ter pastures of greater grazing States Judge for the Southern District rout. at BO extra cost NEW YORK ______________16.20 20.20

equipment for work later on. In I it Is a sure sign that Florida agriculture capacity, better cattle, meats of of Florida. Holland, formerly CINCINNATI _______-_____10.95 19.95:

addition to these things, they have Is looking forward, that It better quality, and cheaper produc- federal district attorney, succeeded CHICAGO _________________16.45 28.75DOLLARADAYMEALS :
met and associated with each other 'recognizes the worth of a man tion of dairy products and meats. Halsted L. flitter, who was INDIANAPOLIS ____"____-13.25 23.85:
u dsij4 a valuable, lasting friendships who has received the training that These four alms, Mr. Hume asserted convicted by the Senate of a House
have resulted la working for from college and that will Moot stops on Florida Motor Ua s sad
U comes are important In the efforts Impeachment. charge.
their own success and the successof enable him to contribute to its development to place Florida's cattle industries J Greybovad XJnea ..... been caiWully UNION BUS STATIONs

the state as a whole, they will on a more stable basis. at cbole road-sid. Uvoroa oral
I 't F, -__ f I 18,000 SIGNATURES principal stations. Yon CaD get fan d.- Opp. Court House Phone 120R'Edons
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< MIAMI-State Attorney
''i T. breakfast, luncheon ,and
"' : m -
Worley announce-recently 16,000 SIRS E. II. SMITH. Agent
'c 1 J } CJ .. b vI 1029 MODEL, A COACH signatures had been obtained to dinner totaling! not over a dollar a day.Ample .

I ; ; I! IH"I Act today If you want to buy petitions requesting the county time Is given to enjoy {.-

", t ,' : ''i'(' this. practical car at so Iowa commission to call a referendum on

'b 1 I t price. Ita motor, transmission slot. machines at the November elec-
1 I and axle have been carefully Ion. This was far more than the 1-

r .' & checked for dependability twenty per cent of Dade County's
and durability. SEE 43,341 qualified voters necessaryto
7 US FOR SPECIAL. SALE make the petitions bindingInfact

i )I f'' PRICE. nearly one half of the 33,500 What Do You Need
t ; who actually voted.

I You can enjoy all the pleasures ON SIX COMMITTEES\
of owning an automobile JACKSONVILLE- Though he
'. f ,5 t' ( without the expense of I I has been In Washington but a few Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?

,4 ,j purchasing a new car. You I days, Scott M. Loftin, Florida's (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)
hs !, $ can depend on our used cars I new senator, has been appointed

Y ,( ,i .! because every part of them ; to six: senate committees. In the
i has been carefully checked ; interest of service to his state. Senator -
r / I and has "the OK that I Loftin was placed on the com- LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS

Counts."SEE US FOR SPECIAL mittee of inter-oceanic canals. Oth-
t SALK PRICE. er appointments were to the Com- For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub

,'' / mittees of Claims. Education and Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon
I-- i;t', 1032 CHEVROLET COACH Labor, Naval Affairs Post Offices more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best!:! quality inking

''I" and Post Roads, and Public Buildings work of from the scratchpad pads.
: ..),,c; 4 / -See this wonderful bargain. I art-get away ...
i 1. f Compare appearance, perfol'I and Grounds. variety.
', mance and reliability, \,
lowing: Dorothea Martin, of Palm
j 76 1','' you'll prefer it to anything Beach, Erin Duke, of Gadsden and ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS

e It t i,; % I I % tho market offers at anywhere Verna Hudson, of Broward, first ENVELOPES
4t near the price. Com- Of course you knew we carried typewriter
I canning; Mildred Reed, of
} "'. ". pletley equipped, ready to year Jefferson, Edna. Andrews, of Gads- Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding
'. 1 drive away.. SEE US FORSPECIAL machine? We have them too and the pa-
)r' CHECK THESE den, and Hazel Sheffield, of Tay- from the Government, but they will have
'J '
\( i : ,1'\\ : SALE I RICE. lor, second year canning; VernaRabon about as much personality and individup rolls upon which you add up to see

I SENSATIONALVALUESI J y of Calhoun, school dress; ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone
: ':(", ,' 1929: MODEL A TOURING/ Mary Vanderhoff, of Dade, best! Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did'

;, .1t"J!t ; \, This sturdy five-passenger I suit; Jane Turck, of Hillsborough, n't have to pay the ones they send you.,'
1p" o .,' car is just the thing for best dress; Lorena Henry, of Vo-

,!, : rough usage on bad country lusla, posture; and Verna Rabon,
',' I"" ': '9'f '1d roads. An automobile that of Calhoun health improvement. STATEMENTSSome :
.4 "'Zr t:. i ', ,:1 ,( &" any family will enjoy and First place wlnnelrs in home im SECOND SHEETS

,' r I i, 1_. vlll get a world of good out provement Included Hazel Baker, business! houses stopped sendingthese when
h, ''d.. r? j '.:, I'l H''; 7" ': of. The price Is right, and of Suwannee, first year; Lila Allen out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers *>
,\" that can't beat it second Catherine when reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you
'I. l4'' :' I- means you of Leon, year; time has come you can
w ""I .. SEE US FOR third need the best we can furnish watermarkedbond
i \ anywhere. Gaston, of Santa Road, investment in
fair return
y expect a on your legal
,1 ''f j ) + l :> ci f SPECIAL SALE PRICE. year; Ella! Nora Akers, of Dade, a" in all sizes-even that extra long
f J i c) tr A.cc- fouth year; and Margaret. Taylor, three cent stamp. We have a very spe size that you: can never borrow fro11clal !
k i 'l" 1932: CHEVROLET SPORT of Escambia, fifth, year. price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin
( Edna Andrews, of Gadsden, was
r l 'Ot.PE-St'le: this practically for making copies.
{6 i'. e e S first in a list of ten winners for
and this opportunity -
: + ,, new car grasp
1 t ti, l\ jl to enjoy Chevrot1 five-dollar prizes for essays on the CARDS
l' 4
of steel In the home.
S, bi I p s ; let's famous beauty, perform use
? .: ', /,1,trya ance and economy at an unprecedented Officers of the State Council of I For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

h I \ ";. l:.t' Z 0 0 0 la smooth, powerful saving. and Motor economical. Junior Work installed Home Demonstration during the week Club,; Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds; of
\ can
',I ,., 3,\,,; .. SEE VS FOR are: Lorena Weatherbee, of Or- Too many styles to name, but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles, we There

'a r'b SPECIAL SALE PRICE. ange, president; Toi Strickland, of here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these.
I'f' 1' : ... Holmes, first vice president; Frances must be other things that escape u.; just
: ,.. -- .... -- second vice reasonable.
Lytle, of Marlon, but
i (' :)l 1t t 1031 CHEVROLET 11-4 1029: CHEVROLET SPOUT 1931 CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER president; Bernice Olive, of Jack- now you can ask.LEGAL .

t ; \/dl"t! Ii TON Tlll'CU-Every farm 'Ot.I'E-Thls: car hall been 01.PE-If: you son, secretary; and Dolly Robshaw, :

I, ) home in the county could taken good care of by Its want a coupe, grasp this opportunity of St. Johns, treasurer. The Coun- WEDDING INVITATIONS
of life-time. You
I. 1h[ a BLANKS
4 'j t y make excellent use of this previous owner and has been will be of Its cil awarded State College scholarships
11' proud appearance
# to Edna Sims, of Walton, The folder in white or the new
't used truck. It will answer carefully reconditioned by us. and performance, and at Don't bum legal bla them
Fern Robertson, of Dade, and Mar. your ks-burll
rt many transportation prob- You can't go wrong with the the low price we're prepared garet. Alford. of Manatee. ivory color. If you must economize on this from us.Ve have nets

t 'r' ;;l 1 ,it lems that arise every day on amazingly low price we are to offer yon can pay for Classes during the week were item we have a line that looks like engravwhether jou're buying a cow or mortgaging

i y '\ 4 : the average farm. The price offering on this bargain and many months' operating conducted In gardening, foods and ing, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost your home. Our blanks will do e'erY.like -
and first advise to It. costs with the savings. SEE
P; III 1 right first come, we you ace today
\ 1 nutrition, home improvement, engraving. thing but the
food conservation camp activities,
8' : ,(I: poultry, clothing self Improve
Id' " ment, posture, family recreation,
Get 29 On The Telephone Please James
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: music appreciation, food preparation

:, l : ,,1'Y ?t : Torode Chevrolet Co. and health Improvement.Forty .
f I former 4-H club girls now
in college assisted the State Home Bradford

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J(CUL/gCtt, DIRECTORY of the Rocky Mountains Well, untried prima donna who had comethrough ed at Blackte. f Punta Gorda.--Charlotte County// +
Jim what do ?"
you say
CHURCH so brilliantly.
Btp113T 'That's right Tim. The little growers are well-pleased
T \
Pastor F 1 1MItCNttt 1t 'The quicker I stop her the ,Mary! he cried Joyfully.' flrl's harpooned me." yields from their spring tomato I i
'quicker I get home.! said the sher
o'clock a. m. made history tonight!
dl;' ? iff. Father Mullin laughed In sympathy crops and the returns they received !

History! grasped Mary's hands "Guess for them- according to a report i
'I1OJrlas.! orshpp 11 .. m. t .,1/.rn' le Blackle tossed away Burley's11gsr "Oh thanks I Thanks!" she murmured you know how I feel about It, my from County Agent N. H. Mr-

ornlogPV7l5pm saying to Babe: "See that her eyes roving about fora t
sY eat rr w aeler LL 1 dear. So she's harpooned you Queen.
Worsblp, 1:30 p. IlL.S roe never order any of these for glimpse of Blackle. Blackle? The girl any man In
81111I1 the Paradise, and walked into the
WedDu1'1) Burley introduced some news
Meeting 'Frisco would his
give right arm
Telcbers a ,. orchestra follow by Babe and NOTK-M! TO ATPMAH
$ men who wished to Interview
paper "
for! And she's It .
111. 'harpooned you ap| *rtnsi by affidavit riled In
I :: P service Weo- Synopsis-Mary Blake In grateful just wanted to let you know how 1 the process server. As the usher her. but Mary's thoughts were on Blackle only smiled disarmingly. that certain ....><> In 111. Circuit + i

!d,week. prayer. to Blackle Norton, proprietor I felt. Good luck dead!" He bent drew the curtain of the box to Blackle Norton not on publicity, "I'm not going to wish you the best Court.for Klirhth HrxUord. Judicial County.Circuit Florida Inand ,

, y.eP'm of the Paradise Music Hall on over her hands kissed them and which he conducted them the or- and she made an appointment for of everything In the world: you've ontltlod eharl.. Hmlth Complainant I

.Methodist Church San Francisco's Barbary Coast quickly left the dressingroom.Tears I chestra struck up the music of the the morning and hurried to her already got It!" v.; Uiitolt pravert Hmlth/ for Defendant ht>lnc a divorce and threlief ,

Pastor. for having given her a Job a* a came to Mary's eyes as she Jewel Song. Blackle stood and dressing room. As she entered, that the defendant In a resident of
,M. B M. Montgomery singer when she was up against stood motionless watching him looked down, smug and smiling, at there stood Blackle at her dressing "Thanks Tim. Hlnh Point North Carolina, and Inover
Father Mullin's twinkled. the see of twenty-one
\ It. and refutes his leave Mary. She saw him hesitated a table looking at the stack of cards eyes I years
iVor3h.p-aia.rn. offer to tear her thoughts with Blackie. I hand that there la no tinman In the
her two-year contract when moment and then began to sing. that had been removed form flowers "I know you two would like me to j' of Florida .........-. of p..onatproc..II
League-7:30: p. m. up Blackle Norton's thoughts had I stay, but I've got to be running upon whom would personally -
m worth I I Blackle sat down looking aroundat sent to her' and which filled r
she gets an offer from Jack Burley bind sold Defendant.
been "
8 m. concerned with her and not
Worship p. At the door he turned. w
pIIII I at the stage, the big orchestra the room to overflowing. IT la OIU KUKI. ). that the De }
C Invited; to all these ..ervpresbyterlan to sing TlvoU Opera as gently as regretfully as Mary's "But, of course If you Insist" Pendant Kntell Hmlth appear to the p,
i the ;
art House. But when Blackle take had been with him. At that brilliant-looking audience, and "Blackle! she cried, frantic In lllll of Complaint on i the nth., day '
I her gratitude for love (even moment was Impressed. He rubbed his chin her relief at seeing him. Blackle doubled up his fist and of Jlllv A. D IU3A, otherwise a decree
Blackle and Babe were stand punfeiiHo ,
will be
pro entered
started after him The priest
Church though she thrills at his touch) ing in the lobby the former in I thoughtfully."Shall "Hello kid, he responded with I aa't"tr.'h: : : tor failure to appear
H Lowry she Is frightened, and leaves him I go back now ?" asked his customary greeting but underneath ducked, opened the door and Ordered, that this order -
.. tier immaculate evening clothes. It was be publlxhvd week
the bumped Into Jack Burley his hand once a for
Gao process server. It was uneasiness as to how
m. -Sabbath for the TlvoU. Burley Is personally there that Burley, after a brief call I four cnnnerutlve week. In the Ilrad- ,t
000 "No I'll tell you when" she would receive him. To cover raised to knock. They exchangedpleasantries ford County Telegraph, a. newnpai ti
Worship Interested In
1'00 A M. Morning: ; Mary, wjnd Is at his mother's box in the circle and Burley turned to of general circulation, Published: In
Blackle did not "when for be
say his embarassment, picked up a
nr"tror" ,
the pastor. opposed to Blackle' running for County, FloridaWITNKHS .
came them and In A
:soD by Peoples Yes- upon stopped Mary seemed to be singing to him card from the pile. "Looks like Mary. "Why, You haven't changedyet '" my hand and official !
alderman to
MP m Young for the coast.get fire laws surprise. --her eyes kept straying to the box Burley's ;getting a little careless- !" Then he saw blarkle. They anal Juno I of A KHld D IAS Ciiiirt. thin 3rd., Jay of

Service Worship. "Well good evening Norton. I where he sat. And her voice was putting things down on paper." exchanged challenging glances. A. J THOMAS. .A
m Evening didn't know were a "Well, Norton ?" Clerk of circuit (ComtOFFICIAL.
t DEBUT AT TUB TIVOU you firstnighter glorious. It did something to him "He's asked me to marry him. ( HHAL.) '

Ronfrtood Baptl T Church promised something further and Blackle was amazed at the information "I just came back to congratulate ..56175NOTICM
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.v. L. O. Hemingway Pastor CHAPTER SEVEN "I am tonight. I came to close he kept waiting to hear a little "No! On the level ?" my fiancee Burley! "' 0.-
ServIces every Sunday. Bible you up," replied Blackle and wenton I more. Then he laughed, tossed the card Burley looked at Mary aghast IeFl<: : ) : '

udY 10:15 a. M. Services at 3:30: towards the doorman. Babe leaned over and whispered: contempuously down on the table. his. eyes stricken, asking her to <........ 11111 N... 116:1):
Mary's preparation for the role "Just moment Norton!" said "Say Blackie that's kind of pretty found themselves starring NOTICH IS UF.nfomOI'I'N.' yr-
a ,
lock ID afternoon. They deny It. She was heart-sick for That Joe H Htarllnir, holder of i.
of Marguerite In "Faust" was brief Burley In amused surprise. "What ." with hesitant eagerness at each him. "I'm sorry Juck. It was all of Tnx Certificate No t.... limned i
BAPTIST CHURCH and arduous. Thanks to her train- "Yeah" said Blackle what their the 7ih. day of AuwiiHt, A. I). 1933. t
BETHEL was that you said ? shortly other-wondering Just she could say. has filed: Hume In my nfflui and has (
H 1Ifo\. L. Donnley.. Pastor ing and the condition In which she "I said I'd come to close you up.You've non-commlttally. relation to each other was. briskly made application for a tax deed to '

services every first Sunday. had kept her voice Baldlni pro- got a girl appearing here The famous song ended bril- "You were all right tonight Blackle broke the silence be Innueil, thereon. Raid certificateembrace Ii, (,,
: 'Better get out of that rig the following deei-rlheil ,r
sunday School. 2:30: p. m. nounced her ready for her debut who's under contract to me." liantly, and the audience applaud. kid.. properly In the County of llradford.

Hsibla Study and Prayer Services after several weeks of study and "Oh, no I haven't. You abrogated ed enthusiastically. The process "Do you think so, Blackle! babe. The gang's waiting" to celebrate State of Florida to-wlt.: "
Illk US In
home-coming Croiihy take Rhore In
Lry Saturday night rehearsals under his direction. that contract. Gave her- per server stood up, and Blackle ordered Really 1""Say 'J Han 14 A I In NKVt" / if

And now the great occasion had mission to leave." Despite his him to sit down, I'm not going to hold out "Where ?" she asked, surprised. In The 4wp. A, South, Mange, ri"j.t:: ? I'' ,
aNNeNKment or the said ,
First Christian Church arrived and she was anxious about smile, Burley did appear not quiteso "Say, I didn't come to this operato against those three thousand mugs "Down home at the Paradise. under the aald. certificate property !I.- 'r y

Rev \V. T. McGuIre, Pastor the result. Was she over-confident? amused. hear the opera!' The process that went nuts over you." He They're waiting for you to sing surd V IllhhardUnleHM wan In. the name of Mr. Lena ,f'

Bible School, 10 a. m. Were Mr. Burley and Signor Bal- "Sure" retorted Blackle "I gave I server subsided with an 111 grace paused. a moment at the shining of I 'Sun Francisco' ?" Raid certificate shall be redeemed ,

Communion 11 a. m. dlni too enthusiastic ? She had her her voice and she said she'd I at Blackie's reiterated command to her' eyes, parting her lips that betrayed I "The the Paradise ?" Mary's dencrlned accordlnir. to law, the property !
therein will be aoMto
Clrlstlan Endeavor 7 p. m. never sung In opera; was too stay with me. So the contract sit down. Blackle did not join In a responsive thrill "I 1 voice was suddenly tremulous. the hla-heHt ItldJer at the courthouae -

Prayer meeting: Wednesday 7:30: young: to have learned the traditions stands. See that man over there- the applause: he watched Mary haven't caught this opera racketup "You don't mean" said Burley, month door of on July the 1S1H first, which Monday.la the Inthe '+

m. of her art the nuances that the one with the big black mustache I take repeated bows: caught Burley's to now. How long's it been amazed "You want to make her go Ith day of July 1B.1.

Preaching Second and Fourth skilled operatic performers can ? That big, stupid man rep- ; worried face glancing at him. going on 1""About back to work there now Norton?" Dated A.thin J. 22nd THOMAS. day,of May tIl311.

undays 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. summon instantly to their aid. resents the law. And he's got a "What kind of a chump do you Clack of Circuit Court.

Little wonder she was nervous, paper In his pocket that's going to take me for? I'm going to marry 6.29.St-e-! of Kradford County. Florida. ,

St Marks Episcopal Church hectic and excited-the coming or- stop your prima donna right in the j her. ain't I ?" Then he looked at

Service on second, fourth ,and deal was sufficient excuse, but middle of her first cantata. Now Mary; the anguish In her face .1 i\Mrnt'! star.1

!'th Sundays at 11 o'clock a m. over all that was her preoccupation -: isn't that just awful?" caught him up short In surprise under NOTICR and' ia by iiKitunv virtue! of UIVRN-a Final that Deerne .

Utany and choir practice at with Blackle Norton: how had' "You wouldn't do that, Norton!" j I lie spoke sharply. "Well what of Korei.lonure made and rendered ,

B JO o'clock on Friday nights pre- he taken her desertion of him? Burley spoke with hearty assur- I do you want, kid? Me or this" Judge by the of Honorable the Circuit II Court I.. He.Ivilnir. of. d

Bdlng Sunday services. Would he come to hear her sing I ance to cover up his alarm. | She seemed utterly dazed-give the KlKhth: Judicial Circuit of Flor

Did he love her ? -but She but I thought ida In and for Bradford County, In ..
yes "Sorry, Burley, |I up an operatic career that had just ChHiicery, dated. May. 19th. me, 'In 1\'
| Graham Christian Church knew he did though he had not lessly started the man going. AndI started so brilliantly And. for that: certain reuse :therein: lately' ''f.
Rev C C. Johns, Pastor said a word about marriage. Away couldn't do a thing with him now what? For the Paradise, Its r.ANU HANK between OF C'OM'MMIA.TIIM FKDKIlAtj: plaintiff ,

from him and his Influence, her Well the music's starting rough and rowdy patrons. its"hot" and Ml It I.MIC J. Food widow,

Service second and fourth Sun- own emotions had calmed down; Guess I'll go and get my star." r songs? . No, No--It et who.1.wax, defendant therein ,appointed the llndernlirned.ae Hpenlul t.

Liy)L11 a m. and 8 p. m. she had come! to admit to herself Blackle again made as though to was not for ail that! For Blackle! Master. In Chancery tn execute. I

Bible School every Sunday 3 p.m. that she loved Blackle. enter the auditorium at once. Bur- r The man she loved and who loved the lame, will, on Monday. the nth v 4 ,If
5s day of July. 19JH. durlns the sal ,.
Service every Sunday night 8 But It was not Blackle that was ley stalled for time. her. despite all the differences! of hour of Hale, before the Court "!

speaking of love to her In her "She doesn't go on until the sec 4 beliefs, upbringing and, dreams. llouee door In Htnrke, Florida. sell .1 f
m.Prayer to the hlvheat and bent. bidder foroiinh
meeting Wednesday dressing room filled with flowers- ond act." She gestured her surrender to the follnwlnir deiurlbed. lands, ? ';;

;jbt t flowers that Jack Burley had sent, "That's not very good showman Blackle. Nltuate, lying .and lining In UradforilCounty t "
j and that had been followed by ship. We'll wait Babe I don t Blackle was In Mary's dressingroom NK',, of HWU.' N''4 of fUSV' 1"f"f

Burley In person He was large want to hear those other mugs." at the Paradise. It was garIshly acree In NI' dully L/ HW Vt of HKl, l ,.
lying H. of << runningthru
and handsome belieing his forty Burley smiled graciously at them decorated with posters of Maid <|iinrter. and 101"% of Hh)",',. t

years. He dismissed Madame Albanl "Won't you smoke a cigar while Mary and one of Blackle's elec- except. a acres W. of dully In
HW (" all. In 7 .
nr. 11"0 19, Tp. 8
BOB JONES Mary's singing teacher, and you're waiting?" He fumbled In his tion placards. Mary was In the j It. 21 10At.so .

i stood looking down warmly at her. pocket as Blackle, having expressed tights of the poster arranging her W'4 of HW<4 of fI...,. SO
T 7 II 1IG.. nt
Tp Mouth NHt4
\Comments On 'Here I "Mother's out there tonight his thanks took out a fancy makeup her manner one of grim Nl'i',4.' except. IA I acrea. off W r 1, 1

moment Norton.I'll what aide of Hno Itn Tp. 7 H It SI 12..
Mary. he said his tone giving lighter. "Just a determination to go through : :
And Hereafter containing 87(1(i acre. In all. I !
much Importance to that simple get some." I was ahead of her. Wasn't she with the appurtenamiee, Bald Dal* !i

with the man she loved, and happy to he made pursuant to mid L>e.
ere to *atlafy the same and Oust. k
I In the third verse of the twenty- ? A rap at the door, and Babe 10 K 1'lcnitVMAN.
I'Jrd entered. Am Special' Master In Chancery
chapter of Matthew Jesus In ,
Beads of sweat on his 64llll5tt72!
Mullin's out here Black
)taking to the multitude and the forehead he said to "Father

pxiplea' concerning the Pharisees, Daldini: "Norton's got im b le-wants to see you" His eyes NO'I'KM 01" A"I.I.(1"TIt

d 'for they say and do not' a thenff out there to t took In Mary's good points. "Looks flklt TAX IIHKII
< .ena<* lllll No. 111.11:
Mary Blake. t he Bald to Black
Pharisees t did a great deal ofliking pretty sharp NOTK'W IH III1H''IIOrVI'IN': .

and parading but they did Mary's performance at the Opera was received le. That airs Kdna. II Thoman. holder. '
eat( 'deliver" with a burst of thunderous applause "Well bring Tim In" Mary, uncomfortable of Tax Certificate. No.. 81*, Issued the {
spiritually. They 4th. day of July A. 1927. has filedCarne
fid a form of godliness but they about her' costume, in .my office and haa mad.appllcnl .
hundred and
d 1 He just sat there thoughtful moved a fifty the long hanging from Inn for a tax deed to n" I.! .
not pulled cape
have the of "
power godli- the beauty of the music and years. curd thereon. Said certificate embrace +
>!!II. There are churches In by her shoulders about her. "You'rea the following described property
America many more by Mary's singing of It. "No foolin Well It's all funny kid, Mary The way you In the County :of Ilrailford. t'
[ where they sing hymns The continued without in right They exchanged another Stets of Florida, to-wlt: I
,ld preach about how to live, "but opera act anyone would think that tote 1 A I or KH of Ttlk 84 Llv- f?
Ithty' terruption. After her duet with long hungry look. Say, kid do wasn't becoming She smiled Inirnton.. Trudy A C r..'.*. Huh Dlv. of
ay and do not. The rell- Nub!:: of NK: '% of Hactlim SI Townhl .
the tenor amid applause you I'm proud of you."
glona of the world tell men to do. wanly and he went to .her, ca- ]> 6 Honth, Range tt ISaat.Th .,.
rlatlanity tells Babe said; "Gee, Blackle, I think "Is that all, Blackle ? ressed her hair. "Happy, ain't aeeeanment of the acid property .
men to live. Cod All r" under the ealil certificate laaued "
J she's great- ),
)move that eLA you? In the of Tlion.t'nleea .
real life means activity was name Ham
> Men who alive "Not bad" was the response. "Do you love me ? Her eyes "Yes, Blackle, I'm happy." Her Held certificate shall beredeemed i
are spiritually were soft her voice low and ur- I according' to law. theproperty
bad to choke
"Klnda seems too though
ill do We do not need so much I words came slowly, as dencrlhod. therein will b. d,
!fatruction in her off. Why, Where's thatHe's -? gent. were trying to convince herself of sniI: to the hlKheHt bidder thecourtholme '
doing. We need to .ta\f y
"Sure. door on the I :
back! let's set the
come In gone on that fact. "Blackle,
contact with the Llfe-glv- day In the month of July 114.
f. When divine life : ,, At Babe's exclamation Blackle She believed him happily, but date for our marriage-so we can whlrh I I..* the 4th., day of July, uaa ,
human goes through stared thoughtfully In front of him said: "You haven't said so." tell- Father Tim." Dated this rend day' of May, 1936.A. '
souls activity begins. Faith J THOMAH.Clerk '
llhout works is dead. Faith Is a moment. His face grew set He "Aw, I love you kid Say, ]I "Well sure . any time. Of of Circuit Court! .

t*! root from which works springs. got up slipped quietly out of the never sprung that line but once, course It's got to be after elec- 1-1..lIt-8-5-18-19-1.of Bradford County, Florida. r

Recently the box and hurried through the door twenty-five years ago." tion. The mob knows how I've always 1
writer saw a dead statement. "She came all the He passed several persons wno IM TIIM 40IINTV JI'IMlK'n' ,
oman, leading to the stage. "Who was she? kidded that sort of thing. Ican.t
The undertaker made her to him without acknowledging llltAltVOHII OlfNTV KIOIIIHA. '
l"ok( like she back from New York to be pres- spoke The opera was proceeding; stage "Just a kid I knew. I haven'tseen I back down now and make a IN TIIM MATTBIt OF Till! KHTATBor

given was alive. He had ent tonight. Guess she got tiredof their greeting gave Signer hands and extras were standinghere her lately. She's up in San fool of myself just before elec- J. W. ANDItKWH Hit Deceaaed.TIIM : t
color to her cheeks and the about in letters." Baldlni, rubbing his hands In de. STATIC OH1 F1JIli1lA TO:
'ifOIDan reading you and there in the wings some Quentin tion. It'd lose me too many votes J. W. Andrew. Jr.. William
was beautiful. She looked At her glance of surprise, light at the big opening a grin, Andrew: minor I .An Fran
ilkea upward whispering others listening to the "Then I'm the second ? "I see," said Mary and her heart a and T. "
lovely maid but she In here!" and went Into the .andrum his -uardlan, Thelma Andrew
sleeping "Come -
he took her hands. "In another two "
the first! Their
I music and the singing. Blackle "Aw you're sank.
dead. '* to all other peraon conearned ,
'ople who are many church hours you'll be famous. Before office. He was at the telephone as nearly tripped over a rope holdinga looks desires fused, and Blackle "It means a lot to me, honey, to J :
look all right but the Italian entered. He waited for You are hereby nottrte4 that a
are dead. Jesus they you've got the whole town at your'feet'I set-piece fast to the floor; he had drew her' Into his arms, kissing her win this fight. Not just to put It worn petition has been filed In .al to Baldlni
wn Christ came that want to put In my bid. I ; his number, and said caught a glimpse of the process In an abandon of long pent-up passion over Burley but for the Coast. But Court praying authority.. for J. W.
might have life and that of sweat his forhead: Andrew, Jr. administrator of
might have it they love you, dear, I want to marry beads sheriff on to stop server going from the wings toward -kisses that she returned as the first chance I get we'll sneak the estate of a J.* W. Andrew*. Sr.. '

ItlUa told more abundantly. you Why does that surpriseyou "Norton's got" a the dressing rooms. hungrily as they were given. She off to Sacramento and I'll let you deceased to deed and convey In fee ,)

the Pharisees that they much ? rye always wanted Mary Blake. the sheriff and relaxed in his silent from In simple the following Hituate ,
sere "whlted so He pounced upon embrace slip the halter on me Come In: Bradford. County FPorlda, to- ;i Ito
lOJnetlmel bones." The tomb eyes on you, but I didn't realize he'can't do that!" looked on In surprise, not Then softly.she asked: "Will you The priest entered his brow HWU The of Nouth.. .Ilait of the 8KK of the> {l"

lllay be la beautiful. In fact. It then how I wanted you." "Maybe he can Hello Davis knowing whether It was up to marry me, Blackle ?" puckered In anger. "Black Ie. have Houlh, Itana-e IO'z.ItlI.loxno..lr: ; th'; (

so beautiful It Is hard to ."But Mr. -" She hesitatedfor Hurry right ?" It took him some Show- following deacrlbed --. acre
rally that In the This Is Jack Burley. them to Interfere. Evidently they "Marry you you gone out of your mind ? more or lee, to-wlt: From the point e
eieton.. tomb there are words that must carry a wound over to the Tivoll Opera House thought it a matter for the stage time to grasp the import of her' Ing Mary like this, to that mob where the Houth line of Section 11. 11

'1IIen! you It Is hard to realize and he hastened to add: with a restraining order-to hold manager's attention for they did question. He let his arms fall out there 1""Wbat's crosses Township the 6.went Mouth.edge flange of State 12 RoadIJ. Bait !

With pass some lovely church- "Don't try to answer me now. I up a process ." What? Well nothing. I from about her, stepped back, wrong with me being then run Northerly alone said + "

choirs, beautiful i fine pipe organs lovely where Is he? Get that deputy at Blackie hauled off and knocked ; looked her up and down, as one proud to show her off ? I'm making State beginning" Road, thence tgtt feet Westerly, to a point at right ot '

dove stained glass win- once! Well find him! I've got to the sheriff cold with one slug. Then ,, might a horse he thought of bUY- her Queen of the Coast! See angle to laid Icoad IDS feet thenceNortherly

tee Md cultured pastors that the were very human, but call on themto have that restraining order!I" He the two stags bands moved apprehensively ing. Then he smiled In his fond that poster ? Five hundred of parallel with said road '+ t
people and would always 62V6 feet tn South line of a.". '
who they
churches are Inside these pray slammed up the receiver. "His toward him. kidding way. "I'm a sucker If I them will be all over 'Frisco tomorrow thence Sect along said atreet tit I

are dead spiritually. get a preacher's voice and pray deputy Is away-fishing! You'd "It's all right boys" he assured you aren't the most domestic wo- ." feet to the Stale (Load aforeaald.thence .
were un- Southerly along laid roalIU16
III the in sepulchral tones. They all better get back stage at once. I'll them. "Nothing to worry about"He man! But If that's the only "I'm not going to let you do this feet to the point of beginning: "

tar same twentythird'chap- regenerated men and therefore see what I can do" knelt by the unconscious officer thing in the world that would Blackle. Also lots 1, t. and X. nt Hlock" J.
of unnatural. Man has In Temple'. addition to the Town. of r ,
etlaees atthew Jesus said that the their piety was He hurried back Into the lobby took from him the summonhe make you happy," he broke off to "I don't get you Tim. You've Htarke In Much ..,, SI, Township a. :il

Mire and aypocrlta paid their to have religion to be religious.Men from the pocket In had given him Instructions to laugh. "The gang always said I'd never butted In on me before" "t't.h. n."ol't1 Raet: Al*, the N'l 'r' '
but must have Christ to be religi bringing of HW< NKU of Hec. 10.
mutters? of neglected the weightier I to be which he fumbled, two cigars. serve and thrust it Into his own wind up a sucker!" "Well, I am now! You're not goIng Township 7, Houth, Hangs S2 East;
IIId law, judgment mercy, ous. Men must have offered them to Blackle and pocket for safe keeping. Mary gave one ecstatic cry, to exploit this girl!"
faltb. He to Rank of fltarke. a Florida Banking -
a godly
Jesus Christians. To assume '
> said that they "Cameos," he said with a Blackle! and flung her arms (To be continued) Corporation now In Conervatorhlp {, '
k 1dpay their tithes. He did not I role with no divine life in the heart Babe. know that A ROL'NI TO BLACKIK' !about his neck. Their moment: of I In full Battlement eatlefae-
t "". The makes men unnatural. After grin. "Don't think you tlon and dlnrharg of the liability of ,
au Pharisees were Paradise"'That's utter bliss was broken by a knockat TRAIN HCHKIUJLE wall estate for a stock a..m..nt
at the
right brand down t
as.far as they went They Samson's hair was cut he shook You needn't have CHAPTER EIGHT: the door. At her' call to enter, Our schedule, changes Sunday, of 100 q f, levied and aeeed' agalnet, '

rodgood far enough. They I himself, but he shook no one else. bothered to right.call up Davis. I could Father Mullin came In. At the April 26, and trains will run as follows shares aid I estate of capital a* th stork* owner of said of Bank ten ,a y y

itt public Jesu want- The writer heard a preacher one of his At the final fall of the curtain sight of Blackle there his face : of Htarke, each said. chars of par
? thel11 to *a good In time who used to have great power. have told you that deputy Blackle! How value of 1100.00, '. A '
taut private, too. off on a deep-sea fishing trip.He's as Mary, the tenor and the bass lighted up. "Mary Southbound And you are hereby required to
never told men not to be He tried to use the old voice was so I chartered came out upon the stage In response are you. boy1""Feeling No. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. appear al the office of the County i, Yr

R ght In **UcHe said, "Let your and the old methods, but the power I crazy him a about boat fishing to the outburst of applause, pretty sharp" responded No. IS-Due Starke 5:12: P.M. Courthouse Judge at In the Htarke Bradford Florida County at 10 T, IPt: '

10 shine before men that they was not there. Some one who his Blackle stood up in the box saw Blackle smugly No. 107-Due Starke 9:12: A. M. A. M. o'clock on Monday, Jun. 22nd.,
ay lost his Burley at once dropped pose A. l>. UU and resent your writtendefenceN
yFatherwhichkis and glory reads those lines may and became the Mary glance toward him swelled "You were great Mary, said NorthboundNo. to said petition, tt any you y
In heav- power. He may be trying to play of nonchalance buslness."What up with pride in her straightened the priest. "I hat to fight my way 2-Due Starke 4.53: M. I have: Should you fall. therein deore.
WbllcThe Pharisees role on the stage of poised, cold man of half of 'Frisco to back No. IS Due Starke 10:38 A. M. will he .nrrrd t In due couree upon
? were good* In the Christian deal. Norton? rlt give you his tie. With a glance about he through get aid petition, wlilt. .h will be then and ,, I
because they desired life but he !is a poor actor. He has about for that con- quietly left the box as the trio here." No. 1CJ-; Due Stirke: 6:16: P. :.r. hem presented to nuld Court for its

IIOl'lty Cod. but de-- divine genius. He needs fifteen thousand bow. Mary just had to tell her great Mtvrke and \\ann Branch OrdvrWltnee'
*! tec*""* they lost the came back for another my hand and the ...1 of
to eXhalt themselves. something inside him which he tract. Jack Burley pushed his way news. "Father Tim! Blackle and I No. 101--Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. aid Court at Htarke, Florida this
Shed called Rabbi and to once had but which be it's out of my through the crowd of performers -we're going : E. J(. PKflHYMA.V.: '. +

I on the > and condwkh spark of genius has died down. but you can see server is anxious to shower their congratulations expression of triumphant relief Dally except Sundays.T. J :: c'l'1r.li11U ,,

gOOd mea reef Most of us Christiana need to ask bands. And this meanest process man west upon the new and hitherto passed over his face, and he look- J. GRIFFIN. fIIIt.f.n.N (or a

them off their guardcthey I Cod to kindle the fire again. just about the : t w I.

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iI/!I'':/' -Bradford- County Telegraph LAWTEY : .

l'. O. J. Phillip .
Established 1877MEMBER Drainage For CityA Veteran !
; Mister
\ i large crew of workmen from
the State Farm under tho supervision -
i,' of the local engtneer of the

t.: ,Ii 1935 af engaged In cutting: two large drain- We'have'several Improved Bradford County Farms ranging in size from twenty to i I J' y
r '. 3o huakd ?lotddiZ age ditches In the portion
f I' t' f-- of the city that will greatly three: )hundred acres. Priced from $500 to $3,000. Terms of 20% cash balance as

":: Published- Weekly-on--Fridays- and Entered;; as Scond Class I assist the drainage In that section. long as 20 years, @ 5% interest. Let us show you these properties;:, .You do not

(i have to wait, we can trade today. Prices will never be lower.
Matter at the Post Office at !.arke. Florida Tax Book to Clone ..--

._ ___ ._ __ __ City Tax Collector O. J. Phillips t
tj' E. Matthews__ __ __ _. _-_________Editor and Owner reminds all property owners In Call "WILSON ,
Lawtey that the 1039 tax books or Forrest E. Davies St. Augustine. I 1 ,
; -- RATE'Ii will close July 1. lie advises themto \
:l' SUBSCRIPTION save extra cost by paying their FEDERAL LAND BANK C I'OF
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance city taxes before that time.

Advertising Rates on Application COLUMBIA & '
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-- n- Lonnie Starling, 23-year-old son
y RED KERCE of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starling who .
reside west of the city, was In- -
The election went over without a bang. jured internally Wednesday when Mr and Mrs. W B. Mundy Jr.. Mrs. James Godbold, of Jacksonville Mrs. F. H. Long went to Tallahassee THANKS VOTER
y a struck by an automobile on the Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs was here Tuesday and Wed- Monday, where she la tak- To the voters of Bradford c
Now is the time to for the second primary. Lake City highway near White- Carl Sapp and children spent Sun- nesday visiting her sister Mrs. S. ing a special course In music at the ty: I wlah to express my cello(.
;'r prepare house died at 1 p. m. Monday In dayn\ Gainesville\ with Mrs. Donla S. Dowling, and family. Mrs. God- P*. S. C. W. She will return in gratitude and gratefulnem to
o the Duval County Hospital. Moor and MM. T. A. Staele. bold was accompanied home by I eight weeks and will then resume voters of the county who suppo--
Another thing which is beautiful attired in black is one's Young Starling bad caught a Miss Nettle Dowling who will her music classes here.. and voted for me,, Tuemia tur
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bank book. ride with Oscar Carter of this cityto Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter spend sometime In the city. primary In which I \\'M
Whitehouse where he intended Fredrlka Mrs. W. W. Page MOTICH OP SPKCIAI: MASTKH'S: feated by a small margin for
o- visiting his sister and after alightIng and sons, BlI1yand Martin, of Mrs. R. A. Green spent the week In'hereby aALe1.Notice' fflven that tinderand perlntendent of Public Instruct!
I A Wisconsin man delivers. mail in a hearse. From the from Carter's truck was struck Jacksonville\ spent several days recently end in Gainesville with her parents In accordance with that eel-tain Even though defeated, I ara ,
final decree of foreclosure and pleased with the
i Deadletter office? by a car alleged to have been driv- here with.>Ir. and Mrs., W. Mr. and Mrs. Yancey A. rendered by Hon. A. Z. Adklns Male a* ed fine voted a"
; en by J. M. Reddish Of Baker H. Struth. Harris.." 'She was accompaniedhome Judge of the Circuit Court of Rrad- me.
o who did not after hit- : by her mother and her broth- for-i: County Florida, In Chancery. In I Barney McRae
+ County stop that certain cause pending In Bald I ....
,, He watched a curve, drove 'round one sharp, ling him. Mr. and Mrs.- ftnerlch Them, of er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.G. Court wherein The Federal. Land I --
The angels handed him a harp. I He was laid to rest In the Evergreen Boston, Mass., spent several days J. McGriff, also of Gainesville, T.Rank U WaInwright of Columbia et la al plaintiff are defendants and- CARD OF TH.\\KSI
Cemetery Wednesday morn this week In Starke, following an who visited her here Sunday after- ease 678. the undersigned Spe-] wish to express my sincere
'l; -O r automobile accident last Thurs- noon. cial Master by Bald decree appointed predation for the
1 I' will well to the highest bidder for splendid v
f And when we get down to brass tacks with a fellow, he day In' which.)they were both rash In front of the South front given me in the Primary, JUt
usually sits back on one. Personals slightly Injured.W. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson and door house of In the Starke Bradford Florida County during Court the in which I was a candidate ton p
o Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore who son, Sid, Jr., and daughter, Dor- legal hours of sale on Monday, July Collector.
have been spending some time at T. Gill, of Wilmington. N. othy, of Plant City, arrived Tues- 6th 1936. the following described Respectfully
+ Candidates generally lose because they put too much confidence Ft. Meade returned to their home C., Is here visiting his mother, Mrs. day for a visit with Mrs. Johnson's premises Florida situate to-wtt in; Bradford County I Carl) John, t
1 ; in the promises of voters. here Friday. Fay Gill. Sunday, Mrs. J. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. The North South West quarter of the --I tI
"I o Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips, of Doyle, Mr. Gill and small D'I Struth. Mr. Johnson returned Twenty-two West quarter(*2>, of Township Section 'II'' '' '' ,',0' ,, ,
visitors here to Plant Mrs. Five (6) South. Range IQttae' -' I
Jacksonville, were Tommie, visited Mrs. D. W. Blue' Wednesday City Twenty- '. '
Voters rule salt and and then boil down all two lit Kant containing Forty ....., : '; : '. '
as a pepper Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. and family, in Perry. Johnson and children remained fora (40)) acres, more or less :1:
the promises made by politicians. W. N. Cox and Mrs. Cha longer visit. together with all and singular thet"nem.nt. }
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Cox of Miami visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade and hereditaments thereunto belonging and appurtenances orIn t ,bs. : '
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'( here Sunday and Monday. small son, Tom Jr., of Albany, Ga., Mrs. D. E. Knight will leave the anyway appertaining, all situateIn ,,' : d ,
1 Those who have their noses to the grindstone generally Miss Carriebell Norman and V. and Mrs. W. ,T. Jackson, of Ba- latter part of this week for Cincinnati I. Bradford T. FRANK County LANDKUM.Florida ........ep,ssv iitlaati;
know whose business it is attending to. R. Reddish are spending this weekIn con.fonfGa., weVe week-end guestsof Ohio, for a visit with her son, All Special Master in Chancery. n*tsj|....j Nausea ..< lleoI
9 0-- Plant City and Tampa.Mr. MrC'and Mrs.,T. T. Long and :Mr, Paul Knight. Friends here will be Attorneys KNIGHT &for KNIGHT Plaintiff. .........".... *. CMIBM
and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard of and Mrs. D. P: Carpenter. Mrs. interested to know that Paul recently 19-31-7-3-8 -
r The time and tide that waits for no man is the same that Valrlco who have been visiting Jackson remained for a longer visit was presented in a series of ,

takes him for a merry ride when he burns his bridges behind here several days returned' to their with her' daughters. Broadcasts by the Cincinnati Con- I
him. home Sunday., servatory of Music, where he Is a HERE'S THE TIRE THAT GIVES YOU
Trueman Norman was a business Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall had as student.
I o visitor to Tampa, Friday. their guests at their Kingsley Lake .
) a "How long would you live with a ghost?" asks a spiritualist Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children of cottage during the week-end Mr. "No government can long exist

We hardly know; we've never passed a graveyard that Starke were vl.ltlnghere Sunday and Mrs. A. G. McEachern of St. with half the people supporting It
'1' afternoon. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Butler and the other half holding it up." tollGBRI
slowly. Miss Gertie Hilliard, of Valrlco, of Leesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. -Miami News. %
o la visiting relatives and friends Milton Spradlng of Tampa. -

1 : Borah refuses to join a "stop Landon" club. Maybe be- here this week.F. CREWS THANKS VOTERSI 43
R. Carradine was a business Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daughter wish to thank all those who R Re
the staunch GOP leader is trying consistently to "start
cause visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.H. Margaret, of Albany, Ga., Mrs. voted for and supported me in the I PlEARNONSill
k Borah." B. Arwood who has been C. S. Ltndsey and children primary election June 2. During
E.1. i iI it"# oWe've spending his vacation In Birmingham Charles and Evelyn!: also Miss my term as school board memberI D
't and other points in Alabama Claude Barton;nil of Winston- made an honest effort to represent
if set out to invent
already decided we ever some- returned to his home here Tuesday. Salem, N. C.. will arrive the latter the people of my district and i
i( ', thing it won't be canary seed for a parrot with a female vo- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu, of part of the week for. a visit with the: county to the best of my abili-
: cabulary. Starke, were visiting here Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. DCP: Carpenter and ty.
i''H. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs."'1'.;,T.; Long. Stafford L. Crews.
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New York state has lowered its gas tax one cent. That

t f t is to afford Jimmy Walker a reasonable excuse for a political

11 comeback. a THANK YOU!

Uncle Sam wouldn't have such' a difficult time flying the I

i kite of recovery if it wasn't weighted down with relief workmen \

1 shovels.
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And another thing discouraging about bellyaching: z, TO MY M ANY

There's nothing those people who listen to your troubles can -

i I t do about them. GOODBRADFORD

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All those politicians who had up a full-head of steam COUNTY I

k didn't do any running because they were constantly popping-

r'' off before the primary. ''
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;, "The first five years are hardest for a human being," declares -

!A, '& an exchange. In other words we have endured: five

t ? times five of life's hard knocks.A Wish To Express My Heart

Yale professor declares that weather costs the world felt Appreciation For The 'Won.i' ALLWEATHER-

.t ,1'' f half a billion dollars a year. Yeah, but look at the fun we i' I
'i have derful Vote Given Me In The First I
calling the weather man a liar. _

i o In I Know That You Good -a great tire three counts
ti it In President Roosevelt's first speeches, in his campaign Primary Your County. My on

_. ; over the country, he will speak on history. He should be Neighbors, Will Stand By Me On June 23 Just as Staunchly 1 THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF

qualified; he has made enough of it. SAFETY with tough, ore-grip
_ o As You Did On June 2..I. Know You Will Remember ping center-traction tread that "

y The U, S. Department of Agriculture has been I presented gives >43% longer non-iktd mileage I9
Me Even If I Am Not Able To Get Around To See All Of
i a lemon one pound and fourteen ounces in weight. That's than even former Goodyears.

something for the AAA to frown over. You Again hi The Short Time Left Before The Second O PATENTED SUPERTWIST

_ S ., ,0 CORD-more resilient more

w ,, ,, Ah, sweet mystery of life. If we don't work to earn a Primary. enduring than any other cord- MMUIMUMnrnm

a living, people call us a bum, and if we do we are only able to S' insures greater blowout resistance '

obtain something on credit that we can't pay for. in every ply. :
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One of the best things that o could have happened to the REMEMBERIF 3 LOWEST COST PER MILE UWUTSOservice

'' Democratic Party hasn't; Herbert Hoover announces that hewon't with greater safety in MTMFMMR.
t every mile-proved by the experience .
t.1 seek the Republican presidential nomination.
of millions. Irmw ti
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We are still wanting to see the picture, "The Garden IF WANT ... THEWORLD'S LARGEST -
z', '' Murder Case," keeping our faith that It will reveal what is -. SELLING TIRE

: i ,done to those fellows who borrow but never return, a lawn- BECAUSE THE WORLD'S EXPERIENCEPROVES


I 'i I If it wasn't for a man's self-respect and pride he could TO 'MEET THE TAXES

find unlimited subjects to argue with his fellow man about; TNI OIIATIIT NAMI |IN IUS1I
for instance an entomologist is trying to prove that a redbug .INSTEAD OF

isn't an insect.

1 "1 The people in Georgia have a sense of humor. They're FOR
making bath mats now with a likeness of Governor Talmadge :

i I I on them so they can wipe their feet on him every morning

: i'' t, after the shower. o FRED CONEFOR Register Motor Co.

Avery Powell wants to know "where all the old fashioned

1+' 1'l i ladies are who once wore garters." Presumably Avery they STARKE. FMmiDA.c

I$ e aren't off in some desolate place wearing garters merely to GOVERNOR

't :tk ) retain old fashioned tact. (Paid For Br Bradford County Friend of Fred Cone)

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