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 26, 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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"School Ald"' to all schools now I +
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AT RALLY PENSION FUNDS tional Youth Administration were RECORD r Bradford wives Lake ('ounty'olilics Still '

curtailed I June 5, according to an City il/n/i Almost Holds Center of .

announcement made by R. E. Dean, .

I Radio Stars 'Will Board Gives First I supervisor of District 6, which Includes Only Exceeded BySholtz Four To One Interest ? '

Bradford County. This includes -

I Join in Roosevelt Check Last I. wnter and school that begin Majority, a Picking three-' winners, voters In With only 218 voters dropping '

I Celebration FridayKRADFORD operating in the Spring. Librarian Says ;.t this county piled up nice> majorities by the wayside, Bradford County +y '

I'I'F.. A. Scott, local directing su Tuesday for Fred Cone, for electors returned to tile polls Tuesday

of the NYA and charged Governor R. A. Green, for Con- 1085 strong, and rant the !

I TICKET SALE TO TOP AMONG FIRST with application receiving, had re ENfiLISII SWEEPS STATETO 1 gresa, and Colin English, for State largest number of ballots in the

1 200.() JOHNS BELIEVES 8 COUNTIES TO DONATE ceived no definite word as when REPLACE CAWTHON + Superintendent of Public Instruc race for county tax' assessor, electIng '1''

assignment cards will arrive for tion. E. W Hayes over L. H. Hill T '

I 'nemcntine and Virginia Torruel- Bradford County was among those who have been assigned on Rolling up a tremendous victory 1 by a count of 1038 to 947 -a mar- '' ;
Bradford 1 voiced Ita
I la Starke girls who made good on the eight Florida counties to be the new youth works program in practically every precinct In 1 lA + again appro gin of only ninety-one votes for y,
val of Sturko's own CongressmanLex
I me radio( and have been with the come eligible for an existence which was designed several weeks Florida's sixty seven counties, ,N the winner.
Green by giving him a highlycompllmeatary
I same program over the National pension for their aged, when they ago to care for more than BOO Fred P. Cone, Lake City banker, vote of 1634 to 345 When Mr. Hayes enters office ,

I Broadcasting Company for six matched funds to the amount of needy youths in the state's slxtyI farmer and ex-turpentine woodsman FILED I'. CONE W. J. Searsal January 1 It will be hill second r
over his opponent
I years, will bow to a local audience $600 last week with the federal I seven counties. Mr. Scott has sub rode to victory as the Democratic most five to one. The second largest term as tax aiweanor In this county ,

1 at the Democratic rally Saturday government's agency, the State's mitted several applications. gubernatorial nominee In number of votes In the he having served from 1928 to)

I night at the Woman's Club, accord. social security board, for the main Tuesday's run-off primary. He de SCHOOLSHave In this county 1932. Mr. Hill was candidate it
was polled race.
i Ing to an announcement yesterday tenance of approximately thirty feated Judge Raleigh Petteway, of for I This office In 1932 noel was defeated -

I by R. F Demorest, who has charge three of their aged persons. TO CELEBRATEOfficial Tampa high-man In the first primary Coming up third In Interest, by only twelve votes by the t '

I of/ tbe program. According to Clerk A. J. Thomas by a 69,000 vote majority Surplus Of judging by the number of X's Incumbent N. D. Wainwright, Sr.

I It will be the girls' first public the Board of County Commissioners Only a few scattering precincts remained marked, wan the governorship The only other county office In v
I appearance here since reaching radio Opening untabulated late Thursday. race In which Bradford !gave 1,508>
appropriated the funds which a runoff was necemwiry/' waa ,
I $8,000 for ita Columbia County neighbor,
fame and a large crowd Is expected last week In but Unofficial reports, from all but
a special meeting, that of commissioner In District 2. +
Fred Cone, and 404 for Raleigh
I to turn out to see them as
only $572 was actually required fourteen preclacta in Florida gave L. L. Conner, Incumbent, defeatedW. } +Y

1 well aa to Hates to PresidentRoosevelt's the for the quarterly expenditure. Mr. OF ROAD 28 Cone 185,542:: :: to 129,169 for Pette TO BEGIN TERMS WITH Petteway did ,not Tampa change judge.Its mind Bradford in M. Edwards, present member "

I speech accepting Thomas that the Board way. Thin was a total vote of of the '
explained ALL TEACHERS BUS city council, by a vote of
I President the thin contest, since It went for
Domination for on was asked to boost Its appropriation 304,389 aa compared. to more than 370 to 289.Yeoman. t
I DRIVERS PAID Cone by a nice vote In the First ++ ;
ticket. ,
Democratic ballots cast In the June 2
all and addeda 328,000
possible, they DAYTONA BEACH[ TO
I Primary. Petteway, however, gain work on the part of i;
I Tickets for the rally are meet- of first primary when there were
sum $28.
BE SCENE OF CELE Bradford school ed considerably from the mere candidates and friends of candidates +
Boosting County
I sale and E. fourteen candidates for the
log ready Charley gubernatorial
The social security board In BRATIONSponsored funds to a high mark and with all sprinkling of ninety-nine votea forced to go Into the Sec-
of the aid nomination. '
I John, chairman event '
Washington has announced that teachers and bus-drlvera which he received here June 2, ond Primary was necessary to get M
fully r '
I 140 have been Colin of Ocala defeatedW.
today that already English % "
635,000 persona in thirty-two states J.W. for their 1935-36 of Road 13 from the vote out Tuesday, but results ;
by Mayor compensated services Completion
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sold and he expects the sale to ex- S Cawthon of Tallahassee for # .t
and the District of Columbia are bell of Palatka and other camp-I A. J. Grlffis Yulee became Issue were surprisingly good with a de. a
I cted 200 by Saturday night. He the nomination for state superintendent superintendent Baldwin to an
now receiving existence compen crease only from 2,233 to 3,985.
of State Highway 28 of Public Instruction yesterday locally In the governorship
of Instruction. Caw
I all good Democrats not to public
I nit urges to be solicited, but to call on ration for the aged, provided for a movement has been inaugurated thon has held the office for four said that Bradford County schools contest In the latter days of the That local politic la still nearest t

I one 'a the following committee by t grant from the Federal government for the purpose of celebrating tho teen years. Unofficial figures from will open with a surplus fund of campaign when it was learned that and dearest to the heart of '' +
and state funds recent opening of the highway approximately J8.0OO. Petteway had pledged himself to Bradford voters was demonstrated '
of the 1,322
I memoirs for tickets: H. C. Wall, 1,249 precincts gave
I W. E Torode, N. D. Wainwright, Under the present plan, in the from Lake City to Bunnell In Day English 161,453: to Cawthon's 98- W. S. Cawthon, State Superintendent support I thia project. However, by the fact that the largest num-

9 Jr. Dr H. B. McLendon, E. E. states now participating, the Fed- tona Beach, Saturday, July 4, opening of Public Instruction, Mon Cone's supporters here got In bre of votes Wall cast In the tax i

I Burney, or Mr. Johns. eral government will match fundsof day of the Volusia Summer 150.Consistent work of ardent Cone day told the Associated Press In touch with the Lake City banker assessor race, with the congressional

half up to $30 per.ownth for Frolics. The new highway cute in 'Bradford the Tallahaaaee that $224,989 will be and,-twyer and received a wire race and the governorship' '
I gave
Tickets sell for "dollar a couple' those sixty-five!! years old and over the distance from Lake City to Lake City nominee a large majority distributed to Florida schools, and from him Friday stating "Advise coming up second and third 1

J I or for single admission and In an announcement from Con Daytona thirty-three miles and In Tuesday's election of 1,568: Bradford County'a allotment will all citizens of Bradford County Thanks to the short ballot, tabulations }1

I the money goes Into the DemocratIc rad Van Hyning, state commis- passes through Lake Butler, votes, an increase of 641 votes, as 'amount to approximately $lSOO: that I am strongly In favor of from all county precinct
National campaign fund. Donations sioner of aoclal wtlfare, In Jacksonville Starke Palatka the local superintendent declared. Road 13 from Bald a
I Keystone Heights, compared to the June 2 primary completing No. were complete by midnight Tuesday rja
of any amount are accept- late last week, plans have San Mateo, Bunnell and other important results of 927.Petteway The allocation will fulfill, accord- win to Callahan and all badly contrasting with the strained y .

I I able from persona who wish to pay been: abandoned for beginning old points. polled his greatest Ing to the superintendent, the pro needed roads for Bradford Coun effort necessary on the part of poll ,j1

more than a dollar. age pensions In Florida July 1, Features of the celebratlou strength In lower east coast and mine that $10,500.000/ would be paid ty's Interest." With both men managers through the night and

I Besides entertainment by the Only forty-two counties, in the program include a motorcade from south central counties, but on the leachers and school bus drivers pledged to the project thin question late Into the next day following the "

I Torruella sisters an amateur program State, have agreed to match Fed Lake City to Daytona Beach, and basis of complete returns failed during the present fiscal year. probably had little effect on First Primary.In I

I is being arranged by Mr eral pension funds, the commission exercises on the Board Walk. to carry his home county ![ills- Tuesday's voting.In another column of the Telegraph

I Demorest It will Include numbers er said, however, he believes[ that These will be followed by a statewide borough. To Hold ClinicA the race for State Superin a complete tabulation of the ,

I by Scootia Andrews, Dorothy Green old ago pensions, starting October bathing beauty revue, dedication Rolling up a thumping majority crippled children's clinic will tendent, W. S. Cawthon, incumbent county vote by preclncte will be
and Her hill billy band, Joan Car 1, are almost assured. Eight of the world's largest band- In Duval, Cone marched through be held July 8 at the Legion HomeIn polled 641 to 1,105: for Colin found, with the exception of absentee

)penter. Geraldlnet Silcox, Lillian counties have agreed and appro shell and an over-ocean fireworks Western and Northern counties, Gainesville, under auspices of English, losing almost two to one ballots which will not be

I I Moseley and Simeon Phillips and printed. funds to start on that date. display. picking up such south Florida the Crippled Children's Commission to the supervising principal of the counted until the latter part of ,
musicians from Lawtey. Completion of the ehort-routa counties aa Lee, Manatee, Sarasota of Florida. Children under Ocala High[ School. the week! when the canvassing

The program will begin at 8 New Books At LibraryThe highway, which la to be supple- Charlotte Collier, Hendry, the age of sixteen years who are --- ------ hoard meets and releases Its official '11r 4

clock arrival of fifty books from mented by a branch from Bunnellto Glades, Hardee, DeSoto, Indian crippled or have harelips are urged. Board Pays Bill count 'i

-.- the State Library in Tallahassee Flagler Beach, follows ten yearsof River and St. Lucie. by the County health nurse, Representative H A. Green, re- "

WILL ATTEND wall announced this week by Mrs. work on the part of the High- The unofficial tabulation showed Clennle HIckok, to see her In In a special meeting of the nominated as congressman from 1 '
Mt'II'j Board of Commissioners, at
H. H. Young, librarian Amongthe way Association, officers of whichare Petteway leading only In Dade, office at the City Hall here County the Second Congressional district "", ,
DEMO which time participation/ In the old i
STATE MEET many interesting titles are: : Railroad Commissioner Eu Palm Beach, Broward, Lake, Monroe appointment, If they had not axpresneil himself yesterday as be ,

MRS WAINWRIGHT AND Only Yesterday, Epic of America, gene S. Matthews, Starke, president Pine lias. Seminole, Orange and viously attended a similar meeting] age existence and approved pension,, the was Board considered ing "Profoundly grateful" for the '

J. W. Campbell, Pa Polk. In Lake CityEngland wonderful support given him InTuctulay'a
rtTDCE ADKINS ON Shadows on the Rock, Claudiusthe ; Mayor I also donatde a sum of $34 to pay ,
God, Oil for the Lamps of latka, executive vice-president; Second Largrot :Majority" primary In which ho
COMMITTEE said l is said to be sinking into ,for the labor used /In applying a 'I
W. T. Cash
China, The Fountain, Dlaraell, An Roy H. Chapman, Lake City, treas- State Librarian won over VV. J. Sears, Florida's
the sea at the rate of nine inches second coat of varnish on the
Victoria, urer H. H. Tanner, Palatka, sec -----" congreaaman-at-lurge, "My friend ,
gel Pavement, Queen ; '
fudge A Z. Adkins, and Mrs. N. I 100 court house floors WPA furnish
On ) every years. I '
Continued Page Eight
With Lawrence in Arabia, Alice retary. ( in all parts of the district, Green
Walnwrlght, Sr., will represent ed the materials. A termite extermination
of Musa continued, "Responded nobly to !
Bradford County when the State Adams and Forty Days treatment for both the
our cause, noel the tremendous majority
Democratic Executive Committee old and new proportion, of the
which we polled U a result ,
meets June 30 In Jacksonville, to Dagh.MONTGOMERY courthouae building Mill offered '
COUNTY VOTE of our concerted effort. This decisive +
arrange a special nominating election TABULATION OF the commissioners to extend overa action on their part. law '
U.. flu the vacancies In the period of rive yours, at a priceof
Inspiration to mo and I ahalt do
I wlted States Senate caused by the RETURNED $342.49. The plan explainedthat 4
everything within to effectively ,
recent (death of Senator Park SECOND PRIMARY JUNE 23 this Included Gyre) Inspections my power '
METHODIST PASTOR TO serve our district, he +
Trammell and Duncan U. Fletcher. I the first year after the treatment '

Chairman J. B. Lake BEGIN FOURTH had been applied and two each successive concluded.
Hodges '
| TERM for the remaining Green has represented the Second _
City Saturday announced that the i year
District in for the
meeting will convene there next The Rev. B. M.\. Montgomery, four years No definite action was congress
twelve and ia dean of t
taken on the matter the Board past years
one week after the of the Starve
second three years pastor '
snit the Florida delegation in the Cap ,
primary, to complete plans Methodldt Church, was returned M l
for u _.. itol serving also as Assistant Democratic
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General election in Novem- for another period by the ninety '

wand adopt a Party platform. third annual conference of the t' S m i2 tc NO TEACHERS Whip. ,
4. a "My friends have Indeed been
Those having definitely announced Florida Conference of the Methodist -I' j Ln t !s 8 ...1Z
kind to me future !ia In their
their Intentions of seeking Eptsropal Church, South. b C APPOINTEDBOARD ; my
the vi Q x c1 1N hands," the representative declared
unexpired term of the late When it wall known that Mr. z
senator Trammell are: Governor Montgomery would again serve the N ..l .!. J,' .l ,! at g TO CONSIDER REC when asked If he Intended tl R r
the nomination to fill the
Former Governor Doyle E. Methodist Church here, many were
Carlton TWO WEEKS unexpired term of the late Senator
Tampa, Claude Pepper, of satisfaction.
the expressions '
U. Fletcher. It la rumored
Tallahassee, C. O. Andrews. OrlanR. and Mrs. Montgomery and their For Governor: to announcementfrom
According an
*. that the Starke Representative la
". Broward J. Boone Miami and Charles children have made many friends church I Fred P. Cone __________290 531 340 37 94 51 62 163-1568 the office of SuperintendentA. seriously considering entering a 'N
also of Miami. here and the work of the this week, teachers 3
J. Grlffis no
November when
37404 special primary
thin a recent decision set forth by III moving along at an excellent Raleigh Petteway _____ 61 133 86 24 48 6 9 for Bradford County have yet successors to Trammell and Fletcher "

general laws of Florida, one pace. been appointed, with the exceptionof will be chosen.

Oman committeewoman and one commit- Dr. Homer Thompson will continue State Superintendent: Professor L. A. Gray of, the ---.- -

"B1ate'e will sixty-seven represent counties each of the Jacksonville as presiding District elder, and for visit the W. S. Cawthon ______136 183 166 17 51 23 12 53- 641 : a Starke two-year High contract.School who was given 5lay0penJulyd t

-. Starke each quarter. Colin English __ ______150 410 215 3.1 82 28 52 134-1105 Within the next two weeks, Mr. A. L. Alvarez, chief of police i ,
Interest ,
Broadcasts Returns Other appointments of Griffis declared however that yesterday said that all stores In

Election( here were: teacher.: will be appointed to faculty Starke will remain open during
and county returns on State-wide Rev. E. M. Rooks. Edgewood Iember Congress 2nd District: positions In the county, ex July 4, and very few If any would i ,

and tniou) County races from were broadcast both this Church, Tampa. R. A. Green __ ____ __290 572 349 57 115 43 52 156-1634 cept In the Bradford County High take halt a day off on the followIng # d t
war\! a Rev. Felix R. Hill, Hyde Park, School here, which will be considered Monday. The reason is that + ;
Public I 47345
Contressman R address system of Tampa. W. J. Sears _. _______ 64 100 72 3 27 13 19 after June 25. the Fourth comes on Saturday, the 1 ; ,,4
re Green by War Rev. C. W. Mathlson. Green About twenty-seven teachers will lifo saver of the week to the merchants r
Tuesday ni ht. The '. :.' for local and community '
teturna Were Cove Springs. County Tax: Assessor: be required for the achoola of
Ohm frequently given by Laurie O. Ray, Hendrix ford trade.
Rev. 1181038L. County.
complete Until aU precincts were Memorial South Jacksonville. E. W. Mayes .____ 68 355 252 52 106 48 39 ----

smell crowd for turned the night.out.nt9iatratio -Only a Rev. W. F.W.Jones White Ortega., Springfield, II Hill ___ .___ _____294 315 167 9 37 8 32 859.17 Tent Revival Paper Late This 'Week 'ti

Rev. C. The Church of God began a tent Because of the breakdown of an f

Books Jacksonville T. L. Z. Barr, Main Street, County Commls Rev. 376 the northern city limits on Road pre s, 'Telegraph comas to Ita

R:t y rauU et ttelectorekwUl r the Jacksonville. L. L. Conner ___________ .376 13. The meetings will continue readers several hours late thIs '

tt th open of text- Edwards __ __ 289 289 five weeks, according to an an week. It was necessary to bare the
h1.a nnouaded'"'ueek J More than four tons delivered at W. Mitch I i I nouncement by W. F. Hudson whoa paper printed In the office of the '
"' th by books recently were conducting them. Lake City Reporter yesterday. ;;,
trntlon ofnc r, Clerk a Lakeland Fla., high school for
c.rl City ,
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\ ; - FITTt:RE FARMERS HOLD Steckel, Miami: dairy cattle, Robert 000 years old' wouki ---
:',; !i INTERESTING :MEETINGAT Mauser, Sanford; beet cattle it got in such '
a ,
I N. M.! Bradley Corrrnpondrn Ada) Mm mo, C.rr..po.d..t 'I.... l..1. Mae Lwla, Cerr.spedeatitaWereonStoker Miss" Vera Gainey, OorrrnpondenStokeaKohlrmon STATE UNIVERSITY Hans Wenzel, Gainesville; horses, short a time.onD hen ,
Monday afternoon from 2 o'clockto :: Gordon Walther, Allentown, and :

Mr. and Mm Harley Keene and a o'clock. Mra. J. V. Jones and Miss Mildred Stokes and :Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes an- GAINESVILLE -- Addresses by George Redding Palmetto; poul- :

family spent the week-end at the Mrs. Minnie Johns entertained at Willie Raulerson of Brooker were nounce the marriage of their! educational laedera, contests in try, Fred Kimbrough, Jay; and

I home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. the home of Mrs. Johns with a united In marriage last Sunday afternoon daughter, Mildred to Mr. Willie crops, livestock judging and essay cheep, Marlon Bishop Aucllla 1

W. R Kersey. miscellaneous shower, In honor of! at 3 o'clock by Justice of Robinson Sunday afternoon June writing, educational tours, sports, The Seminole Chapter, of San-

P A quiet wedding: took place at Mra. Jessie Mae Sparkman, a re- Peace Dukes in the presence of n I 14. The ceremony was performed and entertainment were features of ford, won the string band contest.

Lake Butler Sunday afternoon cent bride. large crowd of relatives and Iat| the home of the> bride In the the recent eighth annual Roy Hatcher, Cork, was the cham-
when Mr. Harlon Norman and Mia friends.Mr. tion of the Florida conven-I pion harmonica player, while Dave
+ t The large parlor was beautifully presence of a few Intimate friends
I I Lola Kersey were married In the decorated with yellow and and Mrs. Raulerson nave t1 and relatives by Justice of the Future Farmers of America at the Shannon, Sanford, proved to be the

b t presence of only a few relatives. white gladioli and daisies. large number of friends who are Peace J. H. Dukes. University of Florida. best fiddler. The Ponce de Leon I '
p; They left after the ceremony for I wishing them much happiness Outstanding speakers during the chapter won the prize for the best
The bride received beautiful -
DeLand where they will make their many will make their home near I I quartet. Could You Ask
They ?
y d i home. gifts. for which, In her smilIng Flpps-arimea convention were Dr. John J. TI-
way she showed her appreciation Brooker.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Grimes an- gert, president of the University of During the three days of the convention -
Misses Lucy and Lois Johns are aa well as with words of grat- and Mrs. Zenas William I' nounce the marriage of their I Florida, and John J. Linke, national the boys Inspected the Experiment -
pending a while In Jacksonville and sons, Arch and Mann, and sis
I tude. daughter, Aroldla. to Mr. Virgil advisor for Future Farmers of Station farms and laboratories -
with friends. car, JHISS eons spent sunaay: a, America. Dr. Tigert contrasted I took several educational 30,000 Miles
FIpps, Saturday afternoon June on Tues
At the conclusion, a delicious I
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs 13. The was performed i the attitude toward agricultural tours to places of interest in this
course of cake and lemonade was I ceremony
d family and Mra. N. M. Bradley and served by Miss Martha Joyce James Williams. by Judge E. K Perryman at work today with that of the< past vicinity enjoyed sports and entertainments I ,
family spent Sunday afternoon at Lesley Reynolds Is spendinj Starke. pointing out that the old Southern and participated in I
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johns. assisted by Miss Sparkmanof some time at his home near Graham contempt for actual farm work has many other activities.
Waldo. with his parents Mr. and Mr*. -- Proven-Rugged.Reliable
Thompson. Those who participated In thisellghtful W. Mrs. Colman Williams and small given away to a high respect for Honorary Florida Planter Keys

Mlaaen Juanita, Geneva and Iona affair were:; Mrs. M. C. F. Reynolds.Mr. W. of Graham son of Ft. Meade recently visited the agricultural worker-the man were awarded to H. S. Priest, Levy
and Mrs I.
? Hilliard and J. B. Gasklns were visiting Sweeney, Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, here Dyal with Mr. here with her parents, Mr. and who labors with his hands. He described County superintendent of public

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Mra. O. P. Wadsworth, Sr., and Mrs.spent J.Thursday W. Lewis. Mrs. E. J. Clemons. agriculture as just an honorable instructio R. C. Beaty, state direc

j, W. R. Kersey Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Johnson Mrs. Lcttle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and :Mr. and Mra. S. E. Hitch of Rai- vocation as any other and tor of the NYA, W. V. Knott, state
Mrs S. H. Tompson waa called Parker. Mrs F. F. Brown Mrs. A. ford, spent last week-end asserted that agricultural education treasurer J. T. Diamond, secretary ',
1 Sons L. O. and Johnnie, and daughter -
to the bedside of her daughter C. Denlaon Mrs. Eliza Hall, Mrs. Lula Mae, spent Saturday afternoon with her parents Mr. and here I Is Just as Important, just as State Board of Control, H. J. Maisbererer. > VMVBBIMBIBBBaBnBjHVBIMIBJBJBHB BgfJ jjIiQ
Mrs Thelma Harris, at Duke Sta- good, and just as necessary as any assistant state forester. and Coupe* Sedans ..
Freeman Mrs. -
Hall. Lynn Hall, In Starke with Mr. anJ n.A n.hire..''_''.'.''.'.. -- Trucki
l'. tion Mr.last and Sunday.Mrs. E. E. and Mrs. Ruby Raymond Misses Mrs. Mallory Thomas. Q. S. Crotty and daughter other line of education. A. W. Tenney, master teacher for FOR SALE BY
Yarbroughmade Alta Rhame.i Martha Mr. Linke listed income Florida in 1933.Arrangements.
Joyce Johns, Frances, of Jacksonville, spent a I proper
t last a business week. trip to Jacksonville Mrs. Myrrel Rhames and the out- i day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. few days here as guests of her for farmers, conservation of national for the convene Henry A. McClellanWILLYS

I Mrs. N M and i f-town guests were: Mrs. Seay All who wish to become mem- aunt, Mrs. A. J. Pinholster. resources farm beautification tion were in charge of J. F. Williams
are moving to Bradley family and daughter Rachel, Mrs. W. bers of this classare asked to be The Rev. C. A. Crosby and chil- and comfort, and service to Jr., state advisor for the as- DEALER

i this week Keystone Heights I Sparkman, Mrs. G. A. Sparkman, present June 24 at 2 o'clock p. m. dren and Miss Mary Mott spent themselves and their fellowmen aa sociation. About 700 FFA mem 901 Main Street

+ t Leroy Kersey of DeLand Is and daughters Mary and Eleanor, A course In first aid treatmentwill last week-end in Rising with some of the objectives toward bers attended. JACKSONVILLE'\ t'L'

} :, spending a while with his grandparents Mrs. J. D. Denmark Mrs. John be taught and demonstrated. friends and relatives.Mr. which farm youth of today must -- -. Or Write

, I Mr and Mrs W R. Ker- Sullivan and daughters Lucile and and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of work. These things be asserted, "Wish someone who believes the Southern
i Vn ; sey. Hazel Mra. J. a. Howell, Mrs. Mrs. P. D. Adkina and son, of Yukon were visiting his parents compose a challenge to the Future world is only a little more than 4- 234 Peachtree Willys-Atlanta.Distributor.

''F ;; Elizabeth Bates. Miss Maud Smith Dundee, spent last week with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby, recently Farmers of America. His expressed (Ja

<.,'' and Mrs. Leroy Deniaon, all of and Mrs. J. E. Adklns and family. confidence- In the ability of the

Waldo. ., Mrs.. Mattle A. Ward.. returned to Mlsa Estelle Mott spent a few farm' youth of today to cope with
i. I ner nome nere recently. days recently In Alachua with her these things in the future. Agricultural

J Hygiene Class Organized J. Gordon Weest, of :Miami, who cousin, Miss Thelma Mott.TUERESSA. education, he stated, Is
F Mrs. Clennle Hickok Bradford has been the guest of his mother trying to teach and train these sTgNGAq oa '

I+ County Nurse, met with the ladies Mrs. Thomas Brown has returnedto youths so that they will go back
X4. DO you suffer bunting, scanty of of the sewing circle at the sewing Miami. to their farms and homes to strive +>

;,t v 'l 4i /haadach'frequent, dliilnttt.' urination Ion of backache energy" ,, department last Wednesday and Dewey Chapman and family, of Ml.. II hod a ZclBlrr, fnrreapondrnt, for progress and service

r i tl' lag palm, twtlllng and pufAntra organized a hygiene class. The Gainesville, recently visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fender and Myron Grennel of Homestead,
f'1 under the .y..? Are you tif.d, narveiit officers elected were as follows: Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. was elected president of the state
s I t .. 1 -ft.l til unilrung and don'l President--Mrs. T. F Brown. P. Summers. son, Billie of Starke, were visiting -
I Mr. and Mrs. Scott Swindell association succeeding Lester
t? know what It wrong? Vlce.Prealdent-Mrs. Elva Sullivan. I Mrs. W. P. Dirt and eon, Marvin, Poucher, of
Largo, retiring presl-
l Than give some thought' lo your ] and Mr. and Mra. Ira Brown at- recently.
J kidneys. B ,. 'function Hutenlee Clark of Brooker visited dent. Other new officers Include:
I *.u they Monitor Mrs. Mamie Meade. tended
properly preaching service at Graham
+ 'I.; f for 'function! kidney' dltordtr per Committee relatives and friends In Ther- Oscar Watson, Jay, vice president;
Publicity Mrs.
mill..c... watte to stay 'In the blood, Kate' Sunday. saa during last week-end. Charles Nowlin, Gonzalez secretary -
J.. ,3 end to poison end ups,' the wholelyittm. Mlnton, and Mrs. Essie Johnson Mrs. J. P. Summers Mrs J. P. Jimmie Swindell has to ; Marlon Bishop, Aucllla,
} ; Membership Committee Mrs. Sullivan and Mra Mattie Anna gone treasurer
; John R. Jones, Jr. San.
Jacksonville where he is to be
U.. Dean's Pill*.Dean'**,. for the Effle Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Van Ward were visiting at Theresaa I ployed. em- ford, reporter; J. F. Williams Jr.,
hldneyi only. They.. Alallne. last Saturday.
;+ 1+ i the world over. You can get the gan- An Interesting and instructivetalk Mrs' Joe Sparkman, of Waldo, I Misses Lynell Moorer and Melba advisor; William Miner Apopka,

41 l;, uln., tlme-teited Doan'i .. any drug was given by a representative visited her parents, Mr. and Mra. Powell, of South Miami, are visitIng and chairman executive committee;
D. R. Flowers
.tor their
Mr. and
of the State grandparents,
Board of Health. C. M. Dennison, this week. Glenn
Mrs. C. A. Steckel Miami executive
Delicious refreshments Rev. C. Youngblood.
were E. Cutshaw will preachat committee .
Misses Lula and Bernice
1 served at the conclusion. Alford
:I the Baptist Church next Sunday
Ii rt ..4.. i The Hygiene Class will meet at morning and evening. of! Ft. McCoy, are visiting their livestock team from Aucllla won the fure

the Sewing Center Wednes- .. brother-In-law and sister,, :Mr. and judging contest First
every --
Mrs. place as high scoring Individualwent Q.Q
Clyde Hersey.
1 j ':' ; PALATKA -- Putnam County
i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adklns and to Bruce Klrtori, Turkey
; ; BORES FUNERAL HOME crotalarla are extensively using cowpeas as cover and small daughter, Annette, of Jack- Creek. Other contest winners
if were as follows: hogs, Wilbur Durance -
;l 1q t\ V Full linn of Curtkf-U & Undertaker Supplies crops this year, according to a report sonville are visiting Mrs. Adkins'parents Ft.
,Meade and Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Swin-
:".; i: AMBULANCE J SERVICE; from County Agent H. E. ,
{; / /, D AY ANn NIUIIT
; t Wcstbury. dell.Mrs.. L. LaPlante and childrenof '.- ', ',' ,'
r ; + .
i II 53 PHONE 53 IOS .." '" I 25t
..L t ; \ if! G. II. BENNETT Mgr( No one ever has seen the planet Miami are visiting her parents, ... \.

:';c. "" 1I0>lE-J.lKE INSTITUTION" venus !Itself, but only a layer of I Mr. and Mrs. II. DFlay.PrevattJonee, "W" ': '1 t : : L
clouds surrounds itj:1.1j ,
.. r, I : Jt." 1 I g g 1A

: Mrs. Marie Jones and Henry Pre- I

: vatt both of Theressa were quietly Par. DhIosa ......r ........;
married' .....1....' ....... ..* Hlak
CVROLETs TRUCKS the bride's home ......11I.1 des b C..Nts.tl.., n
Monday, June 15. I

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Adam's biting the apple started < .
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J' !IJ;. first our trouble but man's contin- : . : J <

I. t I ued desire to swallow baloney
nil keeps us in deep water.-Starke

: : Telegraph. Perhaps that is why
: there are so many prunes.-Cler-
mont Press.


..... T A, no.I.,*. CorrespondentMrs. ,

Maggie Forsythe and
f daughter, Miss Lucile Forsythe, of
OFFEB Ma. SrVoffr
S t Jacksonville spent last week here xunvs OFFER No. 4 ALL FOUR
I ssl s Forasr 1
w +r with yea FOB oufliera AorleultarUt, 1
relatives. Good Btoriee. 1 war OMIT year FOR ONLY
Ralph and Claude Saunders, of Country Home year Country Home,1 year
The Farm Journal. 1 year .80 The Farm Journal. 1
'\ Jacksonville, recently visited their year .80
". uncle B. E. Rosier. For One Year For One Yea
Miss Louise Rosier was visiting

a+. Misses Pauline and Irene Johns )in

Sanderson, recently. g Country Horn. 91
/ Me
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan {

attended the funeral of Lonnie 1 StorY Picto

I $ f Starling at Evergreen Wednes THIS NEWSPAPER J= vear FARM

1d I tl't day.Mr.. and Mrs J. Q. Rosier and I I II for 1 year and e _

I children spent Sunday with her

father, John Snpp.MODEL 3
Big Magazines
1 .
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I Kentucky may In time become for one full I I II
the "model prison" state if plans year. 9-

r I 4 NOWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD approved are by carried federal out and successfully.state officials 9 I And 4 Big Magazines

will you find a truck with all these features at such low A $14,000,000 10-year program
prices la contemplated to provide for an i I MagazIne from Group A s 3 Magazines from Group B; 4 in all

entirely new approach to the whole

,. :: '; Nowhere else in the worM will you vital problem of prisons and chart-

find trucks that will give such table institutions. The keystone of Select Any 3 Magazines
roe ICONO"'CAL' you the would be rehabilitation.
: NEW PERFECTED re"nrraarlna.. great pulling power at such low NEW HIGH. Treatment of each prisoner wouldbe From This List ..1.... 0...M..9..... 8.IoctTr..Novmin.:

HYDRAULIC prices as the new 1936 Chevrolets! prescribed with a view to "sal 'Tru. Story 1 year 8.tt.r Itomll .Gant- eo a A"'lrlcon .
COMPRESSIONVALVEINHEAD B.lt., Homes 6 Oardee1 y.a. 0 Haral4 6 0 Co""" JOomal) 1"7.
BRAKES Nowhere clue in the world will you find trucks vaging" the individual for society. Christian Harold' _8 mo. 0 cMblbn Grower 6.o a 01.,.'l Han." . In
The vast project encompasses Flows Qrowvr S 0 "OWl' 0 .0'"Joom.,
mo. cha .
: eJwejri crjualixml for quick that are so extremely economical for all- ENGINE plans to classify inmate as dangerous Household. Mall"" ". _1 year. 0 00llhol4 .aulna Uor Nathan) lllr 0 r.Jaumal. 1 3b
round /Junior Home (lor Molhsis)_ ... 0 I Naar 1" 6mNr.a._,, 1I..in. Y'
uuwrrruifr, "straight line"tope duty J..unC"; .
with increased horsepower less dangerous, and tract McCalTs Magazine _I 0 Masi"'" "aaalin. : 1" 00 ',. .I 111r
u' F' And nowhere else in able. Seperate wards would be MOT!. CiaNi. 1 Tear CIa'1 Noar cry, .
the 0 .
world will find : :8" 0 .
Inr.re..r 1
you torque Noodl 1 ... die ,,.,, e
trucks with such outstanding In provided for each class, and use- Opa Road performance, economy fat and oil ful work found for those eligible. Pa .nta' MagazinePatUindor _8 DlO". 0 p.thtndarws\t) a e 1" 0 trtuatnr4M, f ( IOU/ne... / 1"
comfort and safety features as a High-r !!: The plan Kentucky officials w..kly) _I yeas 8 Plctorlal""II" e 1" 0...' ,,. ufgtl./ .
onl .
NEWFULLTRIMMED Pictorial HsTiew. 1" n
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Compression' Valve-in-IIend Engine. New claim Is a major step away from Pragrossivo.. Farms -2 y.eg 0 ao.lall.Starlq. IM 0 roo"'_'1"" .,, . 1"

Perfected l Hydraulic I Urakf' "Fiijl-Floaling FULLFLOATINGREAR the existing "universities of crime." Sc.Romantia.... Book Storiea 1 1 Y.ear.... 0 Saaan5osk Ttu.eoehu1N. 1" 0 '''''III...'Trlbutt...'_rr. s 1".
DE LUXE CAB It will be to 8outh.ra Agriculturist 0 1r South.... 2,..
., Hear Ado and interesting see just y.en q '
new Full.Trirnmed le AXLE .. 1 0 FnarG's 1" r'.o""If..
.uve True ConJ.* ..onWoman's y.a. Ai.w Sa.....,., 1"
with clrarvisioninstrument. how it works out.-DeLand Sun- WofldXOTB 2". .
I .
Cah at Chevrolet's year O Journd. rO7Woasn', 1"
low l with
remarkably price*! barrel wheel News. 'nI''IFIlI 3". Wtd'
panel 1 for -ClitcK .f $1. ,following /mNd Fuaat a clowrgNf.al. 1"
i safe See these trucks I have a thorough I demon arings on IJ -tou models .f True Story ifat* ....h. Only .... ,ub.* 0 Proeaala.TouthamAlrlaullmbt. : 1n B 1:'':ht ; 1"
control dl''tIoslayMI6
; 1' : THAIV SCHEDULE jtiluctonModora.,,10...... 0 1".
etraiion and you will know that they're Our schedule changes Sunday Meehanlx t "._1 year _

the right trucks for you! April 20 and trains will run as follows Delineator American Old I Tea year 1 / 1Pbjdaal

a CHEVnOLKT: MOTOR CO.. DETROIT. MICH. __ : Culture t year year
: SouthboundNo.


No. 13-Due Starke Ci:12: P. M. o Offer No.1 0 OH.r No. 2 0 OUar No. 3 0 Offer No. 4

aw' .1 $ AND UP. Ltuprirs ofhs Iralfton .,1Iotto 01 No. 107-Due Stark 9:12: A M. I am chacking the magazines dasirad) with a years suhicrip- .
3 6 0 Hinl. lWc1IltI, f NI k' IP I Ira
'l'M < thu odeernxment
.d'' are lint at Flint 2-Due Starke 4:53: M.
Midhigin and ,uij ct to change uitlioul noticti
No. 16-Due Starke 10:38 A. M.
No. 108- .Due Starke 8:15 P.M.

Torode Chevrolet Starkft and Wannce Branch
No. 101- .Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M.

No. 102- -Arrives Starke 1:5O P. M.
: ; I' Town and Slata_ I1
nI I STARKE. FLORIDA Dally except Sundays.

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".n p-.0' ,J'SE 26,1958-- -- __ ____ _, .BRADFORD.COUNTY. TMJEOKAPll 8TAKKK FLORIDA i''.

five -- -- .--- -- -- ._. .__ _h. U _., PACK TIIItEJ. rail
forget or the candidates -- -
who south Florida -
rFuller's I together polled less than political novice anda statesman, In the lot Bui the mass ture Into a ticket for the rFl
West Florida political veteranand attack had Its effect gover politician "splendid' tax collector ence is always an Inspiration.
votes. and caused nor's chair
Letter expert be it Hodges or Cone. surprise No.1, handily defeated three opponent; A treat Is In store foi those who t '
Florida Walter Raleigh Petteway. Tam- head the list. when he failed to TOWNSENDISM .m not the W V. Knot i, super quiet super attend next week when a different
FINANCIAL NEWS | pa Jurist, finished first with 52.- The race was short on issues. litical Goliath generally po-I able as handily disposed of two teacher will conduct the service.BOATDRAIN a .
aE CKLl: TUB STATE 000 votes ((16 per cent or one In Paty raised the antl-SholU cry on Is The Cone and Petteway strength Hodges and Carter were out opponents; while forceful agricul- -.--- -.- -
OF which all seized sooner later equally obvious. Neither out tural Commianioner
[ six of those cast) and Senator William or ever Townsendltes Cone Mayo and
even Burton being forced Into some threw bricks or mud. Neither say. Paty said No. The balance suave Attorney General Landlft.
C. Hodges, veteran politician 11\11'*. Z. Z. (IrlffU, CorrwpondeatC
HOPEFUL ELECTIONS-Hopesgovernment of Tallahassee or Fred Cone. Bank- ludicrous grimaces of hatred at promised much. Petteway, for 17 flirted. Result--nothing. In congressional won duels. Genial Bob Gray had [i ii
are to be the Brooklyn plow boy. years a conscientious, sober fair races. J Mark Wilcox no opposition for Secretary of .I
oetter er-Lawyer of Lake City, finished Jurist A. Griffis was visiting In *
"" m ,in* party primaries Just second with approximately 47,000 WHY THE 1-2-3--Why Pette the : has Industriously plowed was violently opposed and In spiteof State. Strangely the Sholta anti- Gainesville last Monday. i irssi
*.,ell Headlines of course go to each. Jerry Carter Tennessee and way, Hodges; Cone finished 1-2-3 tant political fields of the protes- many another political handicaprode pathy did not extend on to the Mrs. Ida A Chase has returned -
over Is to churches the K. P., the Y. M. to victory over an out-and- Sholts Cabinet.
race for gover- Florida professional office holder easy analyze. From the start C. A. home after spending the part
lb' fourteen unprecedented man number of was fourth; B. F. Paty, crusading all conceded Hodges to be high the best Using these groups he built out Townsendlte out for revenge CONCLUSIONDnve Sholti( Is two months In Okeechobee with
an county-by-county political In the new Fifth with nine candidates eliminated from state polltica. The
man. Result relatives
the heaviest Lawyer of West Palm Beach fifth was brick bats
"ndldates drawing ; organization of next Governor of
any candidate. The the official Townsendlte Florida will be a
f In Florida. An Dan Chappell, Miami that could be spared from the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis and 1
ever recorded I suspicion is that in addition he had could barely become good one. The house and senate
Sholtz an unimpressive -
vote front children of
sixth were hurled Clay County were vla-
Indicates bet- ; Grady Burton the Sholtz at the ;
of this race I support of the will be new and chastened.
l rather mori- first with about fifth Florida
analysiS a of the
anointed Hodges. His age. his real Itlng Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin
certifies the seventh; Peter Thomasello. estate
Florida bund
for ; Florida K. Is headed for better
daYs activities K K. total vote and unless he has some- govern
ter his one time lust Sunday.
West-South-Central Progressive -
of Dave Sholtz explodes Florida ment. tij
political death myth Adonis who started too party activities; his legislative I Probably he, more nearly than thing else on the ball will see Mr. and Mrs. Arch 1'revatt and
Townsend ; proves running Yours
t the clubfootodness of soon eighth; Caldwell North- record his wealth, his intellectual any one other candidate except Washington only it his own ex- FLORIDA truly yours. children were visiting his father '
lb' political South Florida political polish and culture, his residence Cone came nearest voting his full pense. Many a county race show- NEWS A ECONOMIC and mother Mr. and Mrs. Paul MPrevstt
I bulb Florida ninth. opportunist, (Tallahassee) all drew fire. Fact affirmative vote In the first primary ed that Townsend members vote SERVICE at Theressa, the past
I in analyzing the 325,000 votes remains he is the most experienced I (This remark is made in their own convictions on others Walter P. Fuller.MISSION week-end. i
one may as well The run off will be the full grounds like the ---.- _
cut! for governor between a I IIa I government, the nearest to a knowledge that most ordinary voter. I +----- -
---- __._.____ _i I in elections are usually cast There is no such thing as a "bloc" 11.\.... The words: "Find check e>nclOlle" E'
I against someone rather than for: vote In state races. are entirely superfluous if a r
Rubinoff Holds World Record for I/ someone. South Florida put nix candidatesIn "The Ups and Downs of TheChurch" !good check Is really there. Ky
Broadcasting Cone for half a century has the governors race North or rather or the "Rupture and TheRevelation' West Citizen,
1 was the subject for _. ..
been a leading citizen of Lake Florida two. (Jerry i
I I City State cross road. Once Carter doesn't count In this geographic the consideration Mission In the Blblo Study at Among the popular books of the i,
I business. this week This theme year you can't beat the modest little
President of the Senate! and actively A few minutes i
; and favorably Identified with- after he slipped out of Tennessee always of vital Importance and l interest one Issued by the banks Ml. ['
was used In
I state affairs, for 25 he he started holding office and hasIdentlfl..d connection with Dora Topic
years has
types all
through the Word,
been politically Inactive. He la himself with no geographic -
re- of those whose lives
lated by blood marriage or business region). Went Florida I symbolize
that of the
with all the grent pioneer puts Its two In the first three. viour of men.great and Sa/
families of Florida He too had SKNATK There ore 38 sena '"
I I About fifty persona hour< the F: l I I
tors. l1'
an active and zealous By clever gerrymanderingthe 1
organization. I message. among them four min- : t
His voted, like Petteway. West Florida boys carefully isters <'if the >I! \
were almost cru.sndo-hke In their keep 19 of these potent dignitaries pres l ; ; I '
''for-ness' for him. safely In north and West Florida. j ''li
li I
: : : : : ::
If It s Petteway Vs., Cone the Halt of their term expire each .,t.". .I seta I. '
1 A run-off will be two years I "Iya' 7 / a
/ ; as confus- I I(@ i.
e TI ing and uncertain as the first pri- Of the 19 "Explianls" only 9 1 DNOLE if* .r. Ji
mary If it's Petteway Vs Hodges' chose" to run again Senator
It will be simpler. I McWllIlumi.. of St. Johns, veteran
I In either case certainly an advantage of veterans/ went down to defeat' In I I Hr NI 4fy

.rbik ; .z r of 5.OOO votes from a total a clamor of local mud Hhnglng, IlrerT d.m_ J JACKSONVILLE
< a A ? y yCN of 325,000/ means nothing. Stuart CilllH, nominee for President I afro are :

All three men personally are easily rode Into office In ,:, ,vorv aerwnlrA. ,...rr..1 IHARUS GRIM. 104..._ r
above reproach or criticism except spite of a local "rotation' rule in ,,a1 al .n.1 beelrw.Itrnldrnr. ira. YOUR Indlvldiul, comfort' ...J nlirUlnn' ..nlU
In the hysteria of the dying hours his district. One of the most :, LIn.ellllr smalls of put ,impoit.nc. At liar, ..mod m,
fa..piool. ham..liki, ..
i 1' of and I. nor .u h..llo..cli. id. h. .
a political campaign. Petteway courageous intelligent men in i .
+ I solve .1 f down-eown jtcluonvilU., Erne room. with
I I a has no political record or experi- the Senate, Spessard' Holland of !, lob and ikowit, loll wttir, nttm. ban( ,
I 'I ence in political executive activi- Imperial Polk, was the storm center r dlo and a'Im.an' ,......'r bed with 'brnoi
i. I'I'I ( 1,9 ties. Cone and Hodges have. Conein of the hottest senatorial fight I' HAROLD C.WAI prtlH, ..1..... .nd. lndl,.ldiul n
II \ appearance thinking, affiliations In the state. Against the Florida AIR CONOiriONCD
f I yi y \ is the personification of the recovery act for the Governor's COCKTAIL LOUNGI COrfU SHOP
L I original Florida pioneer of the refund bill in 33; on the unpop- Rtel..Slnl.l wild, Prlv" .M B.tb I
I R..... Si 00 80 .
ular side Row.12
leader-builder type. Hodges la a or 'many another fight In [] R.... S3 00 14 R...... S3.[]
polished orator politician, scholarof the 33 and 35 sessions; he nevertheless I S_Ie 11.wt ..* ""'._ ltd) .. I ..
the old school. He knows poll. rode to victory over two opponents 5""'_ __t.. ........ _y
tics and government.. His varied in the first primary. Probably pa.. I i POUND H.,.,, '
# activities have made him most vul- the moat powerful man In the HOtltFAIMN'" V HOIlt OIIOIO ly r
a' _.. I. _.,
nerable of the three But he has 1937 senate. .t.., ,. __ -_ _0.___ _4I 4

the most color. John Beacham of Palm Beach, .
Main point la any of the three who talks loud and loose but acts

a t; f. t rw will make an honest governor: smart, beat down strenuous opposition FUNERAL DIRECTOR
'lq Hodges a brilliant governor; Pette- ,, to win A. O. (Abe) Kanner I ti
I I way a hard working governor; accidental author of the Kanner My Many Year Experience Makes It roNnlble for Me to Kentler ; v

I Cone a conscientious governor. bill and the veteran of the house, KFFltlKNT!: PROMPT and URTEOUS SERVICE f
k Now as to what 'me state missed successfully rodo Into the senate MODERATE!: !: P1CICEM

t,aW x { or escaped in the other six. over strenuous oppo lt Ion. Because DeWITT C. JONES ,,
Jerry Carter Is a plausible pleas- Watson of Dade retired; Graham Starkct, Florida f
.44 ant professional office holder who Indignant at tax injustice to Dade ,
learned his Florida politics under and Filer, futile school championIn

Rubinoff and his violin-and Chevrolet-are a combination that few if any.radio listeners the United State have Sidney Catts and thought he could 1935/ go into the second primary -
pot received in their homes via the air. The famous violinist and his Stradivarlus star of the Chevrolet Musical f clown and Townsend himself into Henry Murphy, shrewd but : PThriii
Moments program, have the distinction of going on the air from more broadcasting stations than any other program the governor's chair. quiet, licked three opponents In .
b the history of radio. Three hundred and seventy-eight stations broadcast Rubinoff three time. a week a total of B. F. Paty Is a successful lawyer DeHoto, h ,, 'I ''
1134 fifteen-minute program.That figures out at 283 hours, and if one week' program were broadcast one after the Just plain honestly(raged at what HOUSE Crlslle of Duval defeated n r'I 1,11, B
Other, day and night It would require 11 day. The Illustration shows Rubinoff, carrying bit precious violin posing he considered the corruption and for speaker in 1933/ by two- I
rlth! his car after Detroit.
a special at
appearance waste that had developed In Flor- toblsm, won In the first primary 2 w s.aer -

---- ida government under Sholtz. If Jack "Frost his clever playboy vv J A.
he had been willing to make a few colleague must run It off which *
smart political trades he would will probably be quite strain on ( ; M> fr
What Do You NeedIn have been top man. But he would Jack.
not trade. In spite of voting for slots and<
Dan Chappell IH personally otherwise smearing himself up. ,
charming but run of the mill gubernatorial Rogers of Broward licked! two opponents ,
timber. He hates Roblncuu of Dade wisely
Printed Forms, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery? Sholtz too.Grady chono not lo run. Only about fifteen

(Don't tell don't need ANYTHING!) Burton backed by Gov- of the inglorious 1935 house
us you ernor Dave Sholtz and In spite of of ninety-five members will returnIn

the crack of the Tallahassee: whip 1937, Plnellas, Hlllsborough,
and the outpouring of more money Polk Dude; many a smaller county -
LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS than for any other candidate, gota will have a brand new dele
thorough rebuke that l i. or should gation. W. D. Outman of Pinellas/ i
FOI business purposes and 1 social usage. You find new uses every day for rub be worrying "Our Dnve" champion of Homestead exemptionand I

Spccia'' attention given to work in two or br: stamps and the time you save will soon Caldwell tried to worm over over-all tax limitation won .
more >lors Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking Home 1932 political hash and found spectacularly over a former member -
n'orli. art-get away from the scratch pads. a It would not work. In addition he of (he house
made the mistake of from CABINET State cabinet
I Pad u'lety. moving -- will -
North Florida to Miami the grave- I have only one change young age .. -- 4J
yard of state political hopes. rcBfllve Colin English for Oldster -
ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS Thomasello temnorarlly of Or- Cawthon as head of state educa [
ange County has more color tlon. Thin assumes English will
type-en charm and potential political dy- win in the runoff. English Is a
namite than any man In the race. real educator with the good will
f from ie Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa- Without money. he tried to capitalIze and support of most school Inter 1

About tv mh personality and Individuper rolls: upon which you add up to see a dramatu 1933 legislative ges est Jim Lee comptroller, smart

alitt! car am .her striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyonerUlli'

Farm paid the bills you send them and you did- And the \Worst is Yet to Come- I' NATI'ltR Itself [ili-rondltloim Florid Motor IJnwI.IIWH r

n't have to pay the ones they send you. iiit tliry. Mull. ncr Itln.t'eI wcnlu highways, milking ;(

Iliclr own bowie that has ulth '. a frrwh crl.pn. M anaJntlKorntlnK I

STATEMENTS 'SoRQP55E / zest only the out-of-door run give. Clean )
SECOND SHEETS; I: cool' nnturul air IK healthy, and thn. fragrance of the '
Some business:' houses stopped sending PR'iOONINlT roiuiiryftlda. makes travel by him more Intiorestlng and

these( 'ut during the depression but thee No use to buy expensive papers when A 5PECIAI'IY : 'iijo. >'iil.le than ever. Inures/ urn lower than by any other h
1m! has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do Y male of (lran".trIIlUoli.| .

"tpeci d fair return on investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkedbond
a thrrt your in all sizes-even that extra long legal M\NV KXTIt.V: VJTION1'1 AT '
c'a' cent stamp. We a,'ea. size that you can never borrow from Il t TIIKMK! : fAtW FAKKS .

price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin

for making copies. 5ou I JACKSONVILLE u.80 CHICAGO ---______1880 r'l l .
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u u are spending some time at win of the State F ,
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: Bridge Luncheon GUM BRANCH i LAWTEY spent Sunday at their home ing relatives here r,I"ns ,n.
: Given For Mica Elizabeth Damage Cor. O. J. Phillip. Correspondent: noon. "

ll Recent Bride Road Thirteen ProgressingThe here.The Rev. G. E Cutshaw and "--'-' --..
Mrs W R. Conner and Mr.
ii ,$ OClclr.JI. Staikc, were visiting her parents J P Campbell ConstructionCo. family returned here Thursdayfrom and Mr. Mrsv M! u I .
Mrs H F Demurest entertained Road Thirteenare and Mrs. w I'
; Mr. and Mrs. J S. Sapp, .. contractors on Greenville Tenn., where they Jacksonville |1'.111:'' a'of ,
:' r Aim E. L. Matthews a recent recently.Mrs. I making rapid progress in lay- have been spending their vaca were ,m 1:
bride, at a bridge-luncheon at the Marlon Browning and children ing the rock base for the pavementon Tuesday to vote.

Epperson cottage i>n Klngsley of Raiford. were visiting Mr. this Important stretch of road tion.Mrs.. C. R. Atkinson and Miss --- --
I. Woodman Circle Worthy Grand Matron Lake last Saturday morning.The A. Annie It i Ie --
t and Mrs. H. 1. Edwards last week. and according to Arthurlne Blanchard of Miami are -
(: (, ; Celebrates Visits Eastern Star house, which is now occu- section last week.-, expected that this contract will be spending several days at the home I
pied by Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
Venice and R. C. Keene, of Cross completed on schedule. of their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Announcement'S.
i Eighth Anniversary Mrs. Ethel C. Turner, worthy and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long .
Star City, were visiting friends In this M. Blanchard.
Grand Matron of the Eastern and their visitors, was made more
) '
The eighth anniversary of the Movement Mrs. Jennie Brown left for Hollywood
official section Saturday and Sunday. Vegetable -
paid the Starke chapter an attractive by the generous use of
t Starke Woodman's Circle was celebrated visit Wednesday night June 17. at gladioli, roses, zinnias and daisiesIn I Miss Helen Norman spent partof Corn and beans are the only California Saturday where .
;, y at the hall Tuesday night 8 o'clock. The hall was tastefully vases and bankets. I last week with Miss Vesta Mc- vegetable movement being reported she will spend the summer. E. Sparks has purchu, ( ,hf
it also being time for the regular decorated for the occasion with The truest began playing bridgeat Rae of Pine LeveLJ. from this section at this Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley had CITY BARBER

meeting. Mrs. Virgle' Flynn pre- bamboo, daisies, roses, and zinnias. 10:30: o'clock using tallies por- A. Harnage was badly injured time. Corn Is being sold to near- as guests Sunday their daughters SIIOP.

E I, d Ided. Mrs. J. E. Chambers and Miser was Mrs. Turner was introduced and traying lovely Florida scenes. while going to work last week, by markets and beans are shipped Miss Mattie Harley of Jacksonville This Shop Win Be Operated o n,,
elected second auditor when a swinging telephone wire markets by boat from and Miss Abbie Harley of Pa-
cordially welcomed by the Star The bonoree was given a bath to Eastern the Same High
auditor. Principle
i Ethel Moore
LJM latka.
Points and little Betty Hayes, who set, while Mrs. K. O. Duncan, bolder that was banging across the road Jacksonville. MBefore.
{ Mrs Vonda Inman presented of caught him around the neck and Mr. and Mrs. James G. God- Our Prices Are
certificates to Mrs. L. gave her and arm bouquet contain- high score was given a pyrex :
yt D.proficiency Green, Mrs. Lula Hutto, Misses ing a gift of gold. I baking dish. Linen handkerchief cut a big gash on his throat..We all Showers Beneficial

Edna, and Carrie Hutto, Mrs. Other distinguished guests who guest prizes were given to Mrs. C. wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. Showers this week have greatly ___
1 and Mrs. H. Keene and sons, _______.
S. Lindsay and Mias Claude Barton In this section especially 2J:\
Ye ; s1w W. S. Andrews, Misses Amy and were welcomed and given gifts by benefited crops REAL ((
I of Winston Salem. N. C. Mrs.D. Enoch and Harley and daughter. plants which SHAVE __
Ethel Moore, Mrs. A..J. GrlffU. Mrs. Edna Hart In behalf of the strawberry ---------- ____ ,U.
Mrs. Vlrgle Flynn Mrs. P. S. Starke Chapter were: Mrs. Charlotte I C. Foerband, of Albany Ga., Dorothy of Cross City were guests bad begun to show signs of dry
;, and ESTATEIF TONIC .._ !
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N Norman ---
% Denmark, Miss Elizabeth WIl- Perry, of Jacksonville, grand I and Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Bacon- weather. Some growers are reporting iI<

flame, Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Mrs. conductress, Miss Verna Bullard. ton, Ga. family Saturday.Mr that they have large quantities YOU WANT TO :MASSAGE\ __h____. 3.M
and! Mrs. and
Ben Fussell, Mrs. Louise Williams, of Gainesville, past grand matron, The hostess served luncheon at Owen Dyal of plants on hand and will start
Mrs. Charlie Powell, Mrs. George Mrs. Della Green of Tampa and one o'clock to those named above children of Jacksonville, spent setting for their crop in the near BUY SELL OR RENT Other Work In Proportion, I

4 1 Inman, Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. A. Waldo, past grand matron and I and to Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. part of last week with Mr. and future if weather Is favorable. SEE US- II I

BaUKlen, Mrs Dora Silcox and Mrs. Mrs. Francis Keisling of W. E.' MidUleton. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. J. S. Sapp. CITYBARBER I r
Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. O. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Becken and WILSONREALTY
Delilah Inman. She also gave a ville, grand chaplain. I PersonalsMrs. II
JaCkson-//Beasley, Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Miss children of Jacksonville spent I
.l report of the district meeting After an Interesting F. R. Carradine Is visiting I
and with CORP. SHOP
Wednesday Thursday
Lucile Mitchell, Mrs. T. T.
which was held at Palatka June 19. the life of Electa by Mrs. Long relatives and friends In Tampa this I
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
f' The hall was beautifully decorated ( a social hour and program were | and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.. Mrs.. Ancel Norman spent last week. S. E. Sparks Lonnie u.arrj

y+ i' for the anniversary celebration enjoyed and refreshments of ice --- --- week at Graham with her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish of - "-- -----
t with gladioli and roses. After the cream and cake were served. I Rh'ersllIantonAnnouncement Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Jacksonville were visiting here
;r' meeting cloned a social hour was -- Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Misses Gladys and Marie Knight
_t ,+ enjoyed.g has been received and Mrs. J. H. Moore, who
1 ?: 414 Those on the social committee Misses! Stump and Bishop here of the marriage of Jackson -
''! ; !' i .' were: Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. A. Entertain For Visitors Rivers, formerly of Starke but now home here after BRAND
i returned to their
',', It E. McKinney, Mrs. E. J. Dowling 'living In Lake Alford, to Miss Lou my many frle-nda--I cannot With Pork and Tomato -
Misses Lillian Stump and Mary think of the words to spending the past two weeks in Red Hip-, Full PackTomatoes
;' and Mrs. K., F. Courtney. Ella Blanton, also of Lake Alford. necessary D Suuce
:: tttI & -. -. Harriett Bishop entertained Sub- The wedding took place Thursday, use In expressing my appreciationto Jacksonville with relatives and
JI!t Deb members Thursday afternoonof June 18, at the office of Justice of you, for your loyal support and friends. PORK &;
11 'f; HOARDING JACKPOTS last week at the home of Miss Peace In Bartow. votes you have given me in nomin- Mrs. W. F. Harnage and grandson -

I ""I 1 "d'p\1 Slot machines are to be Investigated Stump in honor of Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Rivers spent a few ating me as your next Tax Assessor. Blllie, have returned home BEANS16oz.
'I I' In Miami following the discovery Ward and Miss Alice Harold of days early this week with his But I hope to be able duringthe from Lake City where they spent 4 No. 2 Cans tfrwuo io .
..1 fa that some of these bandits El Dorado Ark., and Miss Evelyn mother Mrs. H. O. Rivers near next four years to serve you some time with relatives.
: :1 1"j' I have been fixed so that they will Lindsay of Winston Salem N. C. Lawtey. They were accompanied In a way that will at least make Miss Audrey Norman spent Sun- 25c Y/HEREEWNOMYRULEi 4c
The house was beautifully decorated you realize how appreciative I day with Miss Thelma Gaskins at
j not release jackpots. The less I by John Wesson, of Lake Alford.
".I} these things pay, the more money with roses, daisies and zin I Mr. Rivers Is an employee of the really am-and at the same time Heilbronn.
J make you glad that you had a partIn Carl Dobbs and Paul Stanael of EVAPORATED
: 'they make for operators.Lake- nias.Bunco i Florida Gold Citrus Corporation.
; ; 4 I land Ledger. was enjoyed by the guests ---. my election.To Lake City, were visiting J. A WHITE HOUSE MILK
I' I and Miss Katie Fugate received you who saw fit to vote for Harnage and family Thursday.
t -- --- --- NewmanKiteMr.
+' f high prize and Miss Edna Pearce my opponent I hold no 111 feelings Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and'

i ; : Wl'l' was. low.Guest. and Mrs. Lester Kite, of towards you, and that during my Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman were Large Can 5c Small Can 3c
prizes were given to the Starke, announce the marriage of term In office. I will be Just as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, ;

Y ?' } RITZ THEATRE honorees, and refreshments of their daughter. Louise, to Mr. Albert fair and considerate of your Interests Sunday.Mrs. "
k punch and sandwiches were served Newman, of Waldo, Saturday as though you had voted Charlie Cask ins, of Starke, FRESH-PLAIN OR SLICEDGRANDMOTHERS

tip t !STARKE to the following guests who enjoyed night, June 20. The ceremony was for me. and Miss Edna Johns of Heilbronn
.I V a : 3 the party with them: Misses performed by County Judge E. K. As a whole, let's all be friends were visiting Miss Gladys Knight BREAD12oz.

PROGRAMs Katie and Virginia Fugate, Fran- Perryman at his home. The brideis and work together in harmony, Sunday afternoon.
s 4 ces Peek, Edna Pearce, MargaretHair a graduate of the Bradford that the duties of this office may Miss Annie Mae Harnage has returned Roll 14-oz. Loaf 18-oz. Loaf 24-oz. Loaf
't" ; FRIDAYTIIUKK.FKI. and Margie McMillan. County High School and has a be performed in a manner that will home after spending the 5c Pkg. 5c 7c lOc15c

( ., JUNE 23: & 26 Miss Ward is the guest of Mr. large number of friends here who be satisfactory to every one con- past three weeks with Mr. and ..
4 ?S "Golden Arrow" and Mrs. Edward Burns Miss Har- will be Interested to learn of the cerned.I Mrs, B. M. McRae of Pine Level.] IONA -- -'-

t 1 1t t old of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, and wedding. I also wish to assure you of my Mrs. C. L. Carter of Heilbronn
Brtte I.i\l III Miss of Mr. and Mrs. D. willingness Mrs. D. I. Knight
George Brent Lindsay ----- to co-operate with you, was visiting PEACHES No. 21A Can
i P. Carpenter. TII.XKS'OTEItS in any way that I can for the bet- Sunday afternoon.

; RATI.ltn.JUSI'' '; 27 --.. ., The Cone for Governor Club of terment of Bradford County, and W. H. Carter of Gum Branch and BRAND"'_ -" -- -- ---
Katherine Kinlaw Bradford County wishes to thank Its citizens as a whole.I I-cule Williams of Lake Butler, IONA
',. 1 "Drift Fence"I I| the voters for the splendid major- thank you most sincerely spent Monday night In Jackson
Celebrates No. 2 Can lOc
BirthdayMiss PEAS
CrublmKathtwn Ity given Mr. Cone-Second larg- E. W. HAYES. ville.REFRESHMENTS.
est in the
Katherine Kinlaw cele- state-We are also authorized -

I "' 'i' SUN.-MON., JUNE 28-29 brated her eleventh birthday.Tues-j to express Mr. Cone's deep IONA
Yt ? day night of last week with a I appreciation of your confidence In
"Bullets or Ballots"Edw weiner roast at the home of her him and to assure all the peopleof TOMATO JUICE 10-oz.can 5c

''' G. Roblnnon parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kin- Bradford that they will never
Joan Itlondel law on Madison Avenue. have cause to regret the almost -AN1J-
+ i unanimous vote given him. LIBBY'S LIBBY'S
Games and contests were en-
TUKS-\VKD., JUNK 30-1ULY 1 joyed from 6 o'clock until 8 and W. P. SMITH Chm. COLD DRINKS. FRESH APPLE

t "I Married a Doctor" the feature of the evening, of PRUNES BUTTER
r Pat O'BrienJoMphlne course was roasting the weiners "Mussolini I and the League Clash -AT-
,{ Hutchlnon over an outdoors fire and making Over the Ethiopians," reads a
No. 2H Can Quart Jar
t ,t appetizing hot dogs of them. headline. This could have been
Ronald Colmon .-*-1- avoided if the League had acknowledged KELLY'S PLACE 12/ c 15c:
that II Duce has been
Under Two Flags" NOTICE right in his policy all along.- STAKKEPHILLIPINE FRESH

t }' TIII'HS.' -Fltl., JULY Z It 9 The registration books of the Winter Haven Chief. CARROTS BEETS Bunch 5c
j f .i C'Liudettn' Colbert City of Starke will be open for the or

;I '" Victor McLaglenRosalind registration of electors from FRESH
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er,Mias spent Madeline Wednesday Hazen.in of Brook 1-- Powell. Gahagan. oi savannah. R" fPltt.l.. bookkeeper for the Former County; Judge George Atlardiner Mr .and- Mrs- K--.1-J -DavIs---returned -- i d1

I with Mrs Alvin .Starke visited Mr /and Mrs' L C. ''L M Gray Construction Company will oplebrate his seventieth to Starke from Daytona d el I

Bits of McKinney. I, the Powell several das the first of I of Clermont pent the week-end birthday Sunday at his home Drurh to vote Tuesday fhi-N were

Raymond Oaysun, of Brooksville I week... I here with his piirentn. Mr. and Mrs. east of town He will have with ncotmpanled back to the hearth: by
-- '- i I J. H Pitts him
was a guest at this time his daughters, Kathleen Stockwell who will tpenil
Sunday at the homeof Mrs. S. F Unmrlck. Mrs. W. H. -.- -- Mm Z. J. Roberta and Mrs W.
--- S. Home time there with Ida Lula
Mr and ,
Mrs R. C. ;
Shaw. oilman, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. N Strrnberg and Yelvington and their families, all and Marjorie Davis. Mr and Mrs.

IDeal Nev Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clarke Miss Lucile Mitchell spent Tues Ben Sternberg who Is spending: a of Hastings Davis expect to return to Starke
of day afternoon In
Miami, are guests this week City. ten-weeks leave from West Point ---- from their vacation about July 6.
of Mr. --"- -- -- here, will move into their Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes, and
Kingsley --
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND ; and Mrs. N. D. ------
CONCERNING I I Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele, of Lake cottage this week children of Lake Butler were Among those from Starke attending -
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWNe I Mr -- Gainesville Is thiJ guest of her gue tn of Mr. and Mrs. E. WHrtYcn the funeral in Jacksonville -
Gainesville and Mrs. T. E. Duncan, of uncle and aunt, Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Miss Annie Mae Thornton, Monday afternoon. The Monday afternoon of Mrs.

with Mr and, will Mrs.spend Friday here Sapp for several 'weeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. former Mr. Hayes was recently M. E. Edwards were: Mrs E. L. 1
K. G.
Duncan. Thornton is seriously ill In a elected Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Biggs and mother, Mrs. O J,
Mrs. Miss Mary Lois Douglass, of Gainesville hospital where she was Union County.Congrel8man Griffin, Mrs. U. P. Carpenter. Mrs ;
C B. Price G. W. Alderman of Tallahassee Sina Kite Butch of Jack : Alachua and
and Mrs. sonville Cordelia Brown, of taken Tuesday.Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. H. B. McLendon,
e III Jacksonville Monday. spent the week-end at his home ing Mr,and was here Saturday visit- Brooker, were guests of friends and Mrs. R. A. Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mr. B S. Mat- ;
e here. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. here Sunday afternoon. H. E. Harley and daughter Green were among those from thews, and Judge and Mrs E K. )

DeWitt i' Jones of GalnesTvisited Miss Mary Louise' of Jacksonville, Starke who attended the funeral Prrryman, Mr. and Mrs L. II.
here this week Miss Reta Brown, of Brooker, Hilliard Mrs. C. C. Shepard, of Mrs. Y. A. Harris and son, Fred, and Mrs. Warren Earl and daughter services In Jacksonville Sunday Hill of Lawtey, also attended.Mr. .
e ___ was a visitor here Monday afternoon are announcing the arri- of Gainesville, were guests of Betty, of Greenville. S. C.. were for Senator Duncan U. Fletcher

s 'lohnt (of Jacksonville, was 21.val of a daughter, Sunday, June Congressman and Mrs. R. A. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Representative Green was a mem- and Mrs. Tolbcrt Black, of t j

retanvea here this week. Green Sunday afternoon. : Ennis at Klngsley Lake. ber of the Congressional delega- Lake City, were In Starko Tues
'JIg -----
Mrs. A A Brown attended a -- -- ------ tion at the funeral. !
family reunion In Bainbridge, Ga.., -'ot'krt'I", 8 for $1 at "'ood'". Mrs. T. ward for her Miss' Dorothy Sapp Is in Gaines- day j jgrace ,

A lYOR last Sunday. home in Lee burg Wednesday after ville attending the summer session
ENT Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis left spending several l days here with of the University of Florida While distinctive flowers t;.

Dr. and Mrs B. S. Carroll of I Thursday of last week for their Dr. and Mrs W. E. MIddleton. in Gainesville Miss Sapp Is stay- cherry at herschelpu'ksotn
COLUMN Jacksonville, spent the week-end at home at Miami Beach after spendIng ing at the home of her aunt, Mrs. II 1 '
Klngsley Lake.Corkreln a vacation with relatives here Mr. and Mrs J. K Kelly and F. A. Moore. Illn
weeks old --- small phone 7-2120: 1 1I
..:KRELS Nearly 7 daughter spent Sunday as --- I
tor .J) 00 bring your own box. 8 for $1 at \\'ood's.Mr. H H. Stroman spent the past guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan haveas smart center pl'e't'a lllltlMltll corsages ;
JIIS E Fall' St. Starke. Itp week in Tallahasseo visiting his Mrs. A. L. Drlggers in Lake Butter their guest their nephew, Jack I flower. for gifts !

and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Troutman of Tennille, Ga. lIe will
SALE l() 20 or 40 acres : Mrs. Carl Stroman. I
----- leave this
children, of Raiford, were visitors week-end accompaniedby
till $e> Mrs Ethel M Biggs, here Saturday.Miss ------ Mr and Mrs L. A. Davis returned Mrs. Duncan, who will visit In t
-ke G-l -2tJFROVED Mrs Jessie Mae Blitkely and Monday night from Miami, Tennille I

PORTO RICO sweet Nancy A. Megga, of Gaines- son, Billy, of Lake City were visIting where they attended the annual -------- w

,tatc: vines for sale, $1 persand ville, was a guest Saturday of end. with friends over the week- conference of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Benaley and 1 I
I L A Brown, Brooker, Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. I Church South. Mrs I 2t --- -- --- ---- for Tampa/ where they will I
Mrs. Mack McKinzie, of Jack- Mrs W. J. Epperson, Mrs Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter. spend several days Mrs. Matthews I I
|xio MISSIONARY Strawberry sonville, was a visitor to friends George A. Anderson and Mrs. Ben Nettle, and Mrs. W. S. Stro- will be the guest of Mrs I I
Iuts roe sale Ready to dig.' here Saturday afternoon' I Fussell were in Jacksonville Mon- man spent the past week in Jacksonville George C. Livingston.Mr .

l"y| to> T M Williams\ Box-26, I day. visiting Mr. and Mrs. .

te 2. s arke. 6-26-8tp I, Mrs. Nellie Dolg, of Gainesville, Mrs. W. James Godbold. 1 and Mrs. R. C. Shaw and
visited Mrs. F. A. Scott Saturday I Middleton will daughter, Miss Sarah Elizabeth, of
JLABLE AT ONCE. Rawlelgh afternoon. spend the week-end at Jacksonville I Mrs. H. O. Kemp will have JtheJ I GROCERY
t3T9"'n; ; : an apartment' 9 ,
ute of 800 families. Only re-(I I Beach with her sister, Mrs. May meeting of the Woman's hrl8tian' at the '
I Sparkman home on East 5
men need apply. Can earnor Temperance Union on Friday and :
.e Mrs. Laura Baxter, Mrs. E. J. Call Street. Mr. Shaw Is connected -
more weekly. No cash re- -- the hour has been moved to 3:30p. '
Crews and Mrs. G. B. Colson, all with the Works Progress Ad- '
'ed( Write today. Rawlelgh'8, of Brooker, were here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood spent m. ministration.Mr. REAL SPECIALS ;
L FAF-223-Z Memphis, Tenn. the week-end at Clermont with -

C. White of Tallahassee Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Lois Johns, efficient \VKSTKItN ('1I1CKROASTBEEF
George opera
IX: WANTED for Rawlelgh George B. and Mrs. J. C Adklns, Miss I,
.oote of 800 families. Good prof. spent the week-end here with his Flynn. tor with the Starke Telephone Co., Margaret Adklna and Mr. Jimmy Pound 19c
mother, Mrs. J. W. White. returned Sunday from a five weeks
train and
I for hustler We help Miss Adkins, of Gainesville, spent the
Bee Cady and Dr. Frank
with relatives In Seneth, Mo.,
Write today. Rawlelgh Co., week-end at Kingsley Lake. Jimmy
I. FAF-223-SA2, Memphis, Robert Shaw, of Gainesville, is Harvey Mrs., of Flora Jacksonville B. were visiting and Guin, Ala. leaves next month to enter the ,
Cady at Kings- BEEF Pound 15c
here his Mr. and ----
1 6-5--6-26 visiting parents, ley Lake, Sunday. United States Military Academy at
Mrs. R. C. Shaw. CockrdH 8 .
for $1 at H'ood's.The West Point ICED<; HOCKFRYERS 8
R RENT:- Two room apart. -
mt furnished to couple wlth- Miss Beverly Cady and Mrs. Edna Mae Moseley Is spending
Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont- Pound
several weeks In Wildwood visit- Dr. and Mrs Walter J Baker 25c
i children. 340 N. Cherry St. Alma Damn were visitors to Jacksonville -
and children have returned
s.George W Thomas. Itt Saturday. ing her uncle and aunt, Mr. and gomery of Foley, are spending some timeas N. V. MTA1K ,-
Mrs, L. W Strickland. from Miami where they attendedthe guests of the latter's mother, y
RENT Large furnished Florida Annual Conference of Mrs. R. S Fernandez. Dr. Bakeris
Mrs. J. L. Peek visited MondayIn CHEESENICl'K Pound 33c
m i adjoining bath In private Jacksonville as a guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree, the Methodist Church South. attending the summer session at
fr.t See Mrs. W. J. Epperson. of Jacksonville were here Sunday the University of Florida in <; HONKS orPFfiEARS '
mother, Mrs. Otwell. J
visiting Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. Mrs. Tommy Lane and small Gainesville. I
: and Mrs. G. H. Bennett daughter, Mary Beth, of Gaines- ; 3 Pounds 25c.
fPJTE or see us for SELECTED Mrs. J. E Maines, Sr., of Lake
ville, spent the week-end here with Mrs. T. T. Long and Miss Lois I ,<
Butler, was visiting with friends
wr wood and Products Spanish Peanut Co. Peanut Seed" here Monday afternoon Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Long were in Jacksonville Tues I II\M\IU CANOE (mi.\H\NTKKI) '
and family will spend the remain- Pearce. day to be with Mrs B. S. Carroll,
HerL High Springs, Fla. --- 5 Lbs. 19c
der of the summer at their Kings- who underwent a minor operationon
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and
ley Lake house.D. Mrs. Lillian Ballenger, Jack Bullenger that day. Miss Long will remain '
family, of Brooker, were visitors FLOIJR 12 Lbs. 35c
Miss Curtice Spaudlng and with Mrs. Carroll for sev-
here Monday afternoon.
R. Edwards, of Pahokee, was Curl Sendre, of Jacksonville, were eral days.
C. A. CARVER the guest Tuesday of Judge and guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 24 Lbs. 65c ; ,1,1Pillsbury's
Representative Fred Hazen of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Luther L. Rhodes. Mrs. Agatha Thomas and fam- :
JEWELER Brooker, was a business visitor to
Starke Monday afternoon. Lake. ily, of Stuart, and Miss Nellie BEST 4 XXXX FLOUR '
------- Mrs. W. T. Jackson, of Bacon- Cunningham, of Sanford, spent ,
WATCH, CLOCK AND Jesse Alexander is still unable to ton, Ga., and Miss Claude Barton, spent Tuesday night here with J. 5-lbs.25c; 10 Ibs. 49c; 20 Ibs. 99c
GENERAL REPAIRING Miss Mary Edwards, of Jackson- walk after painfully spraining his of Winston Salem, N. C., left Sunday F. Klckliter They were on their
ville, was a week-end guest of her ankle on a fishing trip several after a pleasant visit at Kings. way for a vacation in North Carolina I1AI.LAHI TAHI.K: TALK N
.%U Work Guaranteed sister, Mrs. A. A. Brown. weeks Lake. .
6 Lbs. 20c : r \

IN;, OKEEV BUILDING Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelly and FLOUR 12 Lbs. ..37c
STAKKE FLORIDA family, of Plant City, are visitingMr. FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS. IIbI 'NNR11kI.pMH/ r

..... .. Kelly's father, D. G. Kelly, this ,. ''''_ 24 Lbs. 69c e''iLB.

t ---- '" week. ';':'J',..:. :.....". ...'1!' .
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Well, It ain't no use talkin', things ., .... ..... ,/ .- LARD
4-Lb. Carton 48c
i: :; :' 7J
are certainly coming our way. ;O---.i., ?: ... .- rJ.JI'V.tJ. .
?At' : : "'e"'e got a Congressman right <-: .NAVAL. S7:4r/ON 8 Lb. Carton __90c

here In our little old town and a HAS UN/QUG men

K J f) Governor that might just as well

\; (" be living here because he comes N/Sr02Y MILK Tall Can 5c

over here every time he gets hungry WAS r/ srAGAMST USED /A/ A CAMPAIGN J'JNK-T\I.I. TANSALMON

for speckled perch. And If It ; P/ ATES //V 1822/ I
.. ...Mrrt; t. .. .:;! .
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It has been ., . ,.. .., Can 9c
keeps on raining like ::::':,11.1. .....'*.,... '..- I "
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for the pant few days, we'll be able ;' :::-,.' I.'TON'M-\\'ITU iJLASS!'! FKKK

In to our catch buck them yard."BLESS same. perch right out ._- TEA I I4 Lb. 25c; Ih.lb 49c ..

THEIR -- ." ..' MACKEREL 2 Tall Cans ._ 15c I,

7. ARGO PRUNES 2 Lb. Carton lOc '

.,. -w. -.... MAC'AKOM nrSPAGHETTI ,
Package 3c "

\ t \ I but don't forget to take extra good I lOc Package MATCHES 5c
care of their Uttle (feet I Let u* fit them -..- 6 k I ,
..- 5c Box MATCHES 3 for lOc :
correctly in Weather-Bird Shoes they I ,. +

f are properly designed to develop' growing I /g/ war TABLE :.
feet nature' I ,
f way
..J"J n A D -.j'I. SALT box 21/cPEPPEinr15c! r
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b { :.'r' ARGO SUGAR PEAS, No. 2 can 12J2cTAIILK ,

tl : QUEER ;' ,

I< CREATU/lG PEACHES No. 2J/2 Can 15c '

i m PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 14c
J.fl'i. /N AAHOME/ ,1 _

I II .....::1'1";':;, APPROPRIATE, + p TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25c

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Weethcr Oespne .the BlydSho.costa.fad thai: our I Few naval stations have a more interduring the World War, Key West was 10 Lbs. .20c 10 Lbs. 25c

1 ., e \ '' man than ordinary ihoct I esting history than that of KEY WEST, used as an important base for patrol a e

K you'll And hat that always FLORIDA. In 1822, it was first used as vessels and planes. cnU'KER
I on.\"
look bsttst and west longer a naval base by Commodore David Porter The HERMIT CRAB is one of the most OJCI'1: ('n\CIEUS S U G A R
Alt Widtht Sia 10 I in a successful campaign$ against the pirates interesting of all the crustaceans that inhabit U'NUEn

I who infested the Caribbean Sea and our shores. Because of its partlythe k
Florida Keys at that time. Throughout naked condition it is forced to seek shelter SNAPS Ib b'x lOc 10 Lbs..48c

$r toi95IT the entire period of the War between in the abandoned abode of snails. As it

the States, Key West was under the grows it is obliged to find a larger shell no.usn U.\. WIUTE KltE: J

control of the Federal Government. In and often tries several before it finds BACON, Lb. 12c BACON, Lb. 15cBLI'I' #
--- I 1898 during the Spanish-American war one to fit. If the desired shell is already-

-- its strategic value was greater than that occupied by a hermit, there is sure to be a I PORK & f''

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S of any other United States port and battle for title to the home. When a suit. : ROSE

J figured largely in the successful concuable) shell]] found it is critically examined BEANS

lion of that war. All of the forces eminside and out, then the abdomen is RICE 5 lbs. 25c 3 Cans ,
I .JOc .j.jt'6
ployed in the campaign against Cervera's withdrawn from the old shell and rapidly .
Also 'arted into the .
fleet were: based at Key West, new. -- -

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HousewivesWeekly ... ---. I- WANDERLUST
Hints To
V I t William G Tomlinson, 46, died GETS
1 last Friday morning at 3:30 o'clock GIRLOFFICERS

from Home Demonstration at his home near here. Death resulted

FARMERS SECTION Specialists Tallahassee A LIVE STATE NEWSi from cerebral hemmorhageafter UP AND HERE SEND P/'K) I

i a week's illness. HER HOMK

Conducted by Demonstration Accents PROFITABLE CANNING News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Mr. Tomlinson was born in Ellz-
; { s' ,Ile abethtown Ky., and had lived here A fourteen year old!,i Port
y I '
Rural women in many statesare I for the past five years. He was a girls, seeking adventure, II

finding that canning, as they filling station operator. lag her parents qUite H bit ot
-- -- have learned It in home demonstration Survivors are his widow, Mrs. ry and unnecessary CxPeok.

BRUMLEV WILL ASSISTIN clubs, may be a source of cash PLANNING BOARD TO MEET NATURE TURNS TRICKFT. Marie Tomllnson; one brother, transporting her from POints C

RURAL STUDY OF PHASES Income as well as a means of sup- TALLAHASSEE The state MYERS-Evdently peevedat Jesse H. Tomllnson, of Detroit, prehension. .
7 17 r OF CALIFOItNIFRUIT plying the family with good things : planning board will meet here July political storms hogging the Mich.; and one sister, Mrs. Mary Marian France Limber.

I r COMMON SENSE for the coming winter. Some recent 7, M. I* Montgomery, executive front page, Mother Nature reminded C Hamm of Crystal River. was returned to her hom

1 GAINESVILLE Dr. Frank figures have Just come In secretary, announced A. B Dooleyof Florida this week that she Is Funeral services were held at the officials apprehended her in .
By SPUDS JOHNSON Brumley .farm management spa about the profitable canning by Miami Is chairman. not out of business. For a few grave in Prevatt Cemetery Satur son, Miss., about two we,*,

cialist with the State Agricultural women In Wyoming, Florida, and hours this week weather "fore- day afternoon at 3 o'clock with the remained with her parent or,

RECORDS VALUABLE IN Extension Service, will assist the Mississippi. casters" took the spotlight from Rev. C. B Price officiating. Ar. few days! before leaving 011

FARMING AS IN OTHER Farm Credit Administration in a Among the success secrets in ST. PETERSBURG SELECTED political crystal gazers as a play- rangements were in charge of Do- notice from her hum.. at
a} BUSINESS ENTERPRISES three-months study of several these cases are: Scientific canning MIAMI-The state conference of ful baby tropical disturbance gal- Witt C. Jones Myers last WednesdayRadio

phases of the California citrus Industry methods; standard pack; uniform the Methodist plscopal Church I loped across the state at a thirty- and police
South has rescinded Its Pall bearers were: Ray Newsom, reports
r beginning July 1. quality and study of customer five mile an hour gale. No seri- Starke officials Thursday
summet action and awarded Its next con- Arch Thomas N. D. WaInwrIght, am)
Dr. has been needs. For example two Wyom- ous damage was reported, al- day on the lookout
granted a for
crop season, appropriate Brumley vention to St. Petersburg. Jr., K. G. Duncan and L J. Green. the m
It to again call to the attention of three months leave of absence ing women, trained through their -..-_ though at Bonlta Springs where Mr. Tomlinson was a World War of adventure and the results,,
Service to home demonstration club, make a the storm center passed heavy a twelve mile chase
Florida farmers the value of farm from the Extension assist veteran and a member of the Saturday,
recorda.l : In the study. While he is I regular business of canning food 818 ENROLLED AT FSCW rains caused the Imperial river to American that the young lady waa
l Crops to be harvested within the working on the project, his work for ranchers. They furnish tin TALLAHASSEE Registrar S. overflow its banks flooding waterfront Legion., near the Alachua (rfmntv, imi

next three months include tobacco, as farm management specialist will cans and equipment and charge a R. Doyle at Florida State Collegefor homes In some sections and returned here by j ,,her' v,

cotton, peanuts and forages. By be carried on by J. W. Reltz, of reasonable. rate for. their servicesAvru Women reported 818 students making the Tamiaml Trail Impas- Recircuiting UpheldThe I Thornton, and later ant tf t
keeping accurate check on their the agricultural economics depart as t>t oannera During the are enrolled for the school's twen sable until the waters receded. Torrential parents once more at 1 Fort jj
,1 yields and returns, farmers who ment in the University of Florida past .y .I'i these women putup ty-third annual summer session, rains were reported from state supreme court has affirmed The comely fourteen yar,

have kept records on the production College of Agriculture.The 2.3-17 cans of meat 323 cans of Virtually the same number attended lower penintnsular points but dam- the constitutionality of the miss, In the custmly .ni, ,"ff, !

r costs of these crops during the study will begin July 1 and vegetables, 26 cans of fruit. and last summer's session. age was slight. judicial reclrculting act passed by here, said that her ..Us,nt t tt,

growing season will be able to determine will end October 1. Dr. N. P. 30 cans of pudding for over 30 _-- __ ____ the 1935: legislature. The act in- the country at her ,mn ,I'.x,

whether they profited or muHBen, professor of nas-j different ranchers. The other put "COATLESH C'Ll'Il" FORMED' WATSON RECOMMENDS cluded the circuit in which Judge "just naturally gets :the i h*.
f lost. And they will know exactly Coinell University, will be up about 1,500 cans, Includingmeat JACKSONVILLE More than I'OISON BAIT METHOD A. Z. Adkins presides. The attack me hence I travel

how they stand. charge of It. During the baked beans, pudding, 100 Jacksonville business and pro- TO CONTROL LOCUSTS was made by Judge Uly O. Officials wonder, tln,, ,,.,'er
E{ Dr. Brumley will spend one month brown bread, chili, soup and veg- fessional Thompson of Miami, one of the is the girl or the parents
Farmers who kept records only men agreed to shed their who
In California and the other two etables.A judges whose circuit eliminated One for
. was adventure ;and
r. In haphazard fashion or not at all coats from June 21 until September GAINESVILLEFarmers whose the
months in visiting the principal home demonstration exchangeIn he sought to prevent ouster ers In heartaches
11; k li may be able to say whether they 21 every year. They signeda crops are being damaged by grass an I t tunsp I
k made or lost money on their operations markets for Florida citrus. Orange County, Fla., reports document enrolling them as charter hoppers, or lubberly locusts, will proceedings tlon fees.
---A---- benefit ting over 50 families lastyear's
{ t but they will not be able to by members of the "Coatless find a poison bait recommended by
; fet an accurate, definite figure as BRADENTON The recent :Manatee business In canned food, Club." Entomologist J. R. Watson, of the

u Mill those who have kept records. County tomato crop brought jollieii fruit., jams In, and Gadsden crystallised County citrus -, -- -.-- State. Experiment Station, an effective And the Worst is Yet to ComeOf ---

Knowing that record-keeping approximately $1,000,000 to growers home demonstration women filledan TO JUDGE VOTE means of controlling these
will be of great value to the term in this section, County Agent pests.
1 order for 5,500 quarts of lady-I KEY WEST- S. Caro said he -
1 business the State Agricultural J, T. Logan says. finger peas, butter beans, and will ask the state supreme courtto Generally, these Insects do not \

? Extension Service has stressed this vegetable mixture, all of highest nullify all absentee ballots cast do a great amount of damage In S'WAMPVlllttE'CHT
phase of agriculture for several I The G-Men work so quietly and quality. They also sold about 4- In Monroe County for the first primary Florida, but they have appeared In -
? years. Progress along this! line has I swiftly that we don't think their 500 quarts of various canned prod- Caro was leading B. C. considerable numbers in some :;
1 been somewhat slow but it has 'work is properly appreciated. They ucts to three local stores. Papy.lncumbent by fifty-six votes parts of the state this season As "" 6UIL..DIN LOT

been sure give the Impression that all they The Mississippi State committeeon for Monroe's seat in the statehouse there is only one brood of them a FOR 5jAL6

,( t U 1 When a merchant buys goods to have to do is say "gee" and the standards has now approved 25 of representatives, but was year, control work and cooperationon Iif4f4 -

1' sell, he keeps accurate books on I criminal turns "right"" into prison home-canned products and women defeated by 372 votes after the absentee the part of farmers will do

G Ii what the goods cost him and what --The Jackson County Floridian. marketers who conform to the ballots had been counted. much to keep down their numbers ...2fno\ N-.6 r

v he received for them. He takes standard canning recipes may use next year as well as this year

(' stock of all his costs and all his ward progress In his business.It the State home demonstration qua TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN Directions for the bait recom- '._ s

4 t returns and then deducts his total Is the same way with farming.If lity label. The products include WINTER HAVEN mended by Mr .Watson are as fol- s
L /
ty'i vtf. costs from his total returns and a farmer keeps check on his ry
tomatoes, tomato relish beans, Burr Jr., editor of The Winter Ha lows: Mix 23: pounds of bran with
the remainder la his profit on the costs and returns, he can readily mixture one of
soup spinach, okra, lady ven Herald and president of the pound Paris green. Mix one
t business. If his costs were greater determine the status of his farm peas, Brunswick stew corn relish, Florida State Press Association quart of sirup with 2Vs gallons of '
than hU returns, then he determines business. He can adjust his op- green-tomato relish and chowchow has announced that he has water and add a small handfull of ,...,
h4 his losses by deducting his erations if he has lost money or he accept. salt.
Grate three
plum jelly and preserves, ed the position of or four grape-
a h' returns! from his costs. WhetherIt can continue along the same line campaign mana- fruit
and other
or citrus fruits
strawberry jam preserves, ger for Doyle E. Carlton of Tam- into the
7 / be profits or louses, he does get or perhaps concentrate on prof- peach marmalade, citrus marmalade pa former Governor of sirup mixture. Then thoroughlywet
1/i an accurate picture of his busi itable crops If he has made money. Florida the
youngberry jelly, jam, and who is an announced candidate for poison bran with it.
l I ness. If he has lost, he begins a Farming is a businessverymuch juice, fig preserves, and watermel the United States This amount of bait should be
check-up to find the trouble ando of a business. The farmer senatorsblp
,1 on-rind preserves. Burr has established himself sufficient for about five acres of '
remedy it; if he has profited, he who keeps records is in a much The
---- ---- I crops. bait should be scattered -
Tampa headquarters of Mr.
I studies his records and determines easier position to work out. a profItable The practice of picking up peb- In the field early in the morningor /)

the things that have contributed program for his farm than bles in the hope of finding some( late In the evening, as the
.%w 4, greatest to his profits and knows he who does not check his costs precious uncut stone is known as gra."3-hoppers feed early in the ptl\I f pl
h; that he is on the right track to- and returns. iithomanla. WOMEN GET BONUS day. r
TAMPA-The lines of World J
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War veterans waiting to receive "The Florldan carried a story l. -. sus Gi; r
their bonus checks
in Florida
about rain being needed in the

ir; { SCOTCIt\\ and women be Interspersed yeomanettes.who served here as and Many war there of nurses with the power rained county of last Friday the Friday pressThe afternoon.'morning.Jack The It I MN

1iYOUVE BeTA bonuses these women will receive son County Floridan. .

I will be as large as those sent some ---- --. a
of the and
: men they like the former It Is illegal to sell gasoline In I "'"
i soldiers will use the money to
Stockholm, unless it is mixed with
: fulfill their needs and dreams. It
alcohol. t F--Nf-etltng to p- _
was estimated about twelve Tampa :=:_
i women were qualified to receive ---

I ''tLi I war bonuses, Of those Interviewed ;' ;;

r ed one planned to use the mon I' Iw, S/nrwr cr
ey to buy clothes or luxuries. Most

of them said they would save the

money. Some intended to buy
+ f b "6 / "C homes. 1l@l'1f @

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t OCALAIn a formal statement
IsIJ Issued here Commissioner of Agriculture
o wa 1 a Nathan Mayo denied ru-

mors that he is taking an active

part In the gubernatorial campaign -

"I have had so many tele-
i \ I phone calla during the past few (
f ;
days asking me which of the two "r

candidates T am supporting that I

J _ think It proper to state, through ,#0. ,t
1 P ; .1L1ll1lllllllluhllliU :193 _ | the press, that I am taking no partIn I 77,4SI

_____ the gubernatorial campaign," he TG.e.2/ CeMtlIltINHADlr.fO
said. "I value the friendship of fiORIMrOtlS'ANOS

i both Judge Petetway and Mr. I + OryEA.eS
i i
( : I Cone, and I believe either of these AGr.s ;?
gentlemen will make Florida a
N roa
f good governor" Mayo said In his

statement Confined to his homeat .'* .
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a Summerfield for several days / SEED G.20h/S ,q s "*"
with an attack of arthritis, Mayo ON THE ourS/OG OP w t "" Iry X

A WE'RE, not one to suggest that you easy to take from the money angle as left this-week-for.Tallahassee.----- THE F.ev/r ,.

' ), 1 a Buick for nothing-we it is from the angles of style comfort OYSTER CATCHES FISH" ;
:. ;
'' don't subscribe to the school of selling safety and performance. ST. AUGUSTINE--When a fish "THGfflt rti 'tif ; '

t p, ;, that makes believe even this great car catches an oyster that's not news, ,,. ..
It's smooth, it's brilliant it's swift- but when an oyster catches a fish Q $ ; 1
can run its reputation.
p on
1 we're constantly hearing pleasant things It's as good copy as a man bitinga

l t But we do know, and do not hesitate to about its easy ride and featherweight tall dog.as he Carelessly lazily swam swishing along the his PPdI p

;' s say, that on miles-per-gallon this Buick handling. But page Buick owners gen seawall here, a young catfish accidentally -

; SPECIAL Series 40 will match or beat erally, and their stand-out comment is slapped an Innocent by- ...MY O h M1 S
1' y-
a six in the standing bl-valva In the face. Indignant I,1,
many your experience.We surprise at frugality of its habits.
u the oyster snapped his
can safely' promise you fewer fillings Price can't be keeping you from enjoy. steel jawed trap and Mr. Fish 1
per trip-) ou'U have more uniform gas ing a Buick, since the figures begin at found himself held fast by the tall. at ,
A passerby noting the fish hang-
S Ii consumption over the $765 list at the factory. If lack ing limp from the seawall, pausedto Y

t 41' d! whole range of f the of knowledge about upkeep has investigate and discovered what

speedometer needle qi' /ayNyNrpw lrlarw.ab : been the drawback come in had happened. Prying.the oyster .
with P : ... ....."' from the wall his Jaws still tightly ?
a mighty thrifty HIM "d.,..fcbl ..!*.... Mi* and learn a few things that will clamped to the fish's tall he dis-
average over service __ ".04.."___ Scotch
any gratify streak!
_r.wN.otII_."..___ your played It as proof of the story.
%, + ,, period you want to Jilt ...** frfca tac/W. mf-V tit. .* The moral any, is probably "Nev
t I -'A_.'.._..... Join I r name. u..<.. ..(. driver .....dr: .orolUd. annoy an oyster. all the prehistoric mammals that which u
MONTHLY'AYMINT1 The fruit of the CASHEW J ,
S.. :your Buick dmlm tor detail. .. ,
Andweknowthatwhen TO FIT YOU rims i ,," F. P. A., the famous columnistof once inhabited Florida there were none lated to the mango, is of unusual el ri'

t you count repair; bills --=.:::::- the New York Herald-Tribune more spectacular than the powerful striking appearance. Its fleshy Por<'
has written the best humorous PABER-TOOTH TIGER which existed is a bright red about tw
overhauling along yellow or
i I. j; Hf verse-in the form of an epitaph during the Pleistocene or Ice Age. inches the fruit
long and known as rJ'
,, with the cost of fuel you'llfind stab
'S anent the Townsend plan. Local hough it vanished from the earth thou- The kidney-shaped seed the true
t ',( in Buick a car that's Townsend club friends will ands of ,
..................................................as..... ....... A OINIKAl MOTORS PtOOUCT'.................... ciate the gentle rumor of the appre-verse widely separated years ago localities, fossil remains have enabled from attached to the outside, pendant Both :
and called the cashew nut
and 1:1
get a good laugh:
Here lies the body of Edgar Wyx scientists to assemble, with accuracy, its edible, but the nut should never be

Who died at the age of one hun- original appearance. The most distinc unless roasted. While the Cashew!
dred and tive feature of the saber-tooth tiger was bearing r e
Register Motor Co. six rarely found in Florida,
t p1t The world's most optimistic man Its great stabbing scimiter-like teeth demonstrate its adaptability to the p r

v He waited for money from the which protruded from the upper jaw tected regions of the state. It ia a? e"
',,'f l South Walnut Street STARKE FLORIDA Townsend plan. eight inches or more in length. America. '
: 9i 1 F green, and native of tropical'AGE

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;,; <'U11" isketl Lvrir and that flames/! .would devour "It'H the retribution of God!" r CUErcit- TO :MOK '.1

"L CHUKCn 1q( She lived here but she hasn't it."Give. she said ,
I itiOWly.Blackit' Philip I moat have a complete!
NSTtBB"rlce; I Pastor FMNCISCIc.1 been back since the quake. We're me a hand with this beam, approached lu-i "Mis, I Hit of new clothoH 1m inn' t the

iRr' ,. !in( clock< a. m. i getting everyone' out The fire's Biackle" They lifted the heavy Burley I'm looking fur Mary i\ entire neighborhood known my

*n"III'> IIpt' ,1 /1'' 1 I creeping up. I timber. There was no body under Blnke III. present wardrobe by heart. ."
\w t a. mXng ;It 'i MITCHUL : .'( He wandered back into the I It. They moved to another timber "She was with my son. They "But wouldn't it be cheaper to .
jrnlng .V7-1 ,
street filled .
; fi- "" 'IY"fWer with the homeless straining their backs to move It. never came back She looked into move to a new neighborhood

.. "" ..rihip, 7:30: p. m. }I fl' ,':I..__ seeking some place of safety; ask "I thought we were a million his begrlmmed face!, his red eyes. Pearson
Meeting, Wedne ,. ,___ ed various persons If they had seen miles Tim said' Biackle
apart Some look In his drew
readle' ...._ .=._1< ,,., shifting eyes '
S ID -- --'- ?%&.."" "", :>--7"_ a red-haired girl in a white ball "I knew I'd never lost you for a her attention She caught his hand ",',,;.'aI.. MMlt.4OIKK: :

11:> II Praver: service, Weo- SYNOPSIS Mary Blake, M- fore reaching the street he foughthis dress. Always theTinswer\ was the minute boy." My: boy Is dead-isn't he ?" Notice la hereby OP MAI Riven M that undoiami ,

,d-week m hough she In In love with Blmkle way into the street around the same. Then he thought of Father -I I Together they lifted one end of Blnckio did not need to reply. final' In decree annrdance. of with. I that oitaln
8 p foreclosure and l Rale
'I) Norton, proprietor of the Barbary obstructing sign. Then the pave :MulHn'a Mission'. Tim and his the great beam, moved it a foot to She read the answer In his expression. rendered by Hon A. X. AdklnH aa,

Church: Count Joint, the Paradise, who hadgtvcii ment of the street shook and prayers--would praying do any I one side. Underneath It was the Juilffe ,of the Circuit Court of Dral.Curt .

?M l\fetboll18S\ M, Montgomery, Pastor. her a Job when she neededIt. trembled under his feet, sank slow good ? Perhaps if he pl'I1YE'd-but crushed body of Alaska huggingto "It's God's will" she said that County ceitaln Florida mime ,pendlnic In Chancery.In xalil In ,
ef. Scboot. 10 a. m.ornlJlg leaves for the Nob IIII1 swell ly a number of Inches. he could not bring himself to the > his chest the loving cup filled Blackla made for Octavia and Court wherein The federal Lrftnd

daY) Worsnlp-II a. m. Jack Burley, and u role In the Then arose cries for help an- act of penitence; to confess belief with gold coins which had been Fillmore Streets passing a breadline Hunk Itohert of Cone Columbia.et al l I"are plaintiff defendanta.raaa and. '.

worth League--7:30: p. m.'enlJlg Tl\oll Opera Co. (In which she guished prayers groans of the dy In something at which he had awarded to him at the Chickens' pausing ImprovloloneJ stoves! !Mauler 5ftS liv, anld the. iterret umleralirned.* appointed Special wIll

Worship, 8 p. m. had Just had an enoromun RUCcewi Ing. screams of pain and Biackle always scoffed. Ball. They stood l looking at him made of brick in the street upon ,aell I .rnho"f: highest: hltlder I for "anh. :,;

Invited to all these serv- ), because BUu-kle In going' to was rooted to the spot on the still He reached the Mission Just be. until a man's voice spoke to them. which people were cooking. Dazed In the Hranford the Mouth front door of

oil art exploit her an chief performer at trembling swaying pavement. fore dawn; It lay in ruins. A soldier !- "We've got to dynamite boys. almost helpless he at last reachedthe Slaika "Klorlda County during Courthouae the lewal In L

his Joint after he has asked her, at "Its the end of the world''! It's was stationed there on guard. You'll have to leave" spot where he was to meet houia of sal. on Mondtty. July tfth' ,
;: ; Church her suggestion to her. Bur- the "I'm looking for the In a moment number of Marines iMifl: tb" followhm deeirlbed. preiiilHea -
Preithjterlnn marry end of the world! cried a wo priest that a Father Mullln situate In III,' ilford* <'"unty ,,
I,. G ors*' H Lowry, Minister Icy, fighting! Bla<,kle'll candidacy man's shrill voice. used. to be here" he said were about them digging Into Then his benumbed 1 senses heard KlorldH, towltNortheaat :

bKI( a 01 Sabbath School. for alderman to get better fire "Keep away from the buildings'! "Think he's doing some rescue wreckage, making holes for his name called The voice was quaiter: of uuarter Heitlon$ 2B nf, South Townihlp,'IIHI l

j 00 A M> Morning Worship; laws for the Count, has the Paradise Get to an open space!" shouted a work at the stables next to the car placing dynamite. Father Mullin elated and joyful. lie scarcely 5 Houlh, ItnnKn 21 Feet .

on i by ui: pastor. padlocked and Blurkle'a performers man's warning voice, and the barns" said the soldier He had lowered the beam upon the body recognized It as that of Father toirethvi tenementH', Kith heredltanienta! all and ulnajulai und. CII the!)-

|00 p m Y.>unS Peoples Ves- pet In Jail, held without crowd sought the middle of the Just got there and hadn seen a of Alaska and crossed himself Mullin until the priest had grasped 1 iiirtciiniuea' theeunto, beloiiffliiff I i .it
Service bull HO that Blurkle cannot enter street In an effort to escape fallIng led-halred girl in n white dress. Biackle stood unmoving dazed his arms crying: "I've found' her! I In trMl anyway C'i'l t'ountv appertiilnhiK, KlorldiiT .t., HliuiU. !, In i

PI Evnmg Worship. the content. at the Chickens. Bal masonry running frantically When he at last i cached the chastened/! Father Mullin took his I've found Mary!" KIIAN'K: I.AMHtUM

I p. Mary, learning all this, and that onward. The street thinned of stable Its Interior was. feebly lighted arm and led him away. A minute Ills throat was eolry and KNinilT AH Speilnl KNIilHT:;/"MnntPI' Inthli, ,"" "i\

Sown\ 'ood Baptist Church Itlarkln faces a big fine and jail people; among those remaining by causes in church candlesticks later arose a warning /shout! followed parched that It was several. moments AlloinvjH I for rialutlff,

t. O HfiniiiKway/ Pastor sentence, enters the contest as representative some were on their knees. praying. Injured dead and dying by an explosion that sent before Biackle could frame 0-l9-3t-V-l: p

Crvices '"Y Sunday. Bible of the Paradise, and Blackie recognized one of the penitents were lying In the stalls Father the still standing portions of the the question that tortured him. "Is ,,. '"'1'I.; .n

!y 10:1:is:; H m Services at 3:30: i wlrm. But BluckJe refuses. the as Red Kelly who had been Mullln his clothing blackened torn walls of Lyric Hall crashing Into she all right ?" !NOTICI,niKl,"! IM hv IIKItKIIY virtu I nf UIVHN It Finn i'';.;I .Himnmlir Oii .

Idtln aftetnoon. I prize, snubs Mary pnhll'ly.11 among his fellow dance hall pro and half stripped off. was lifting the street "Yes, she's all right. Come on." : .rio of Knrmli' ,,ii ri mmle ami i '>nilerfd '.

EL lI'fisT ChURCh Burley starts to take Mary home, prietors to urge him to run for alderman an injured man from a stretcherand They passed the site of the Valencia Father Mullin's arm about his bi'Iipr. Jintiro hv' th.of I llonnrnhlK I tho Ircnlt t I I II I(Couu t. ; t",of..

u there Is a great rumbling floors and then had deserted him. placing him on a cot. A dying Hotel It had been four Hhouldcra steadied Ulackla and they the KlKhth: .TiKllrlnl Cln-ult, .of Flor,3 ,

S Rev. L A, IJonnley first ,Sunday.Pastor and walls nave--the first warning He grabbed the kneeling man'sshoulder girl was praying with faltering /stories! high but now the top floor went towards Lafayette Square Chnni-piv lila I,: I In nml, iliitnil for I Hinilfuril Muy, I 29th I Countv, 19m: I:In In 'I I

rvlces every of the great earthquake of April shook him violently. words. A nun and a Coast beer- was level with the street. They passing a continuous procession of that i 'ilnln outmu. I th,,n'ln lately '.
joday School, 2:30: p. m. I litunllnir I I't we.'" T1IM t ] ITDHItAr i:i i ,
I Stud and Prayer Services 17, 1903. "Have you seen Mary Blake ?" girl he knew, Goldie, were helping questioned a policeman. refugees loaded with provisionsand "IANI I> I1VNK t>K C01I'MIIIA. plain
We Kelly did not heed him went on with the nursing. "Those on the top floor stepped household goods After a time t tiff and Mil.Ml'] J. Komi wl.tow

7 Saturday night. TilE GREAT KAKTIKJUAKK with his ranting repentance. "I "Biackle1!"' cried the girl still right out of their windows to the Blnckle spoke. I *who t al wee, ilof. therein.*ni1antM, ,appointed the, umlfrNla-niiil., '
ait Hp''-
have been a sinner oh Lord! For- In her stage costume. "Here's street," he said. "The others were "Does she know I'm rial MnMtcr In Chn.n,"*iry to exoruttt '
First Christ Ian Church CHAPTER ELEVEN give me!" :Mat!" out of luck." "She knows you're safe" I thn ':, ji'I"lh3': Mondnv: : the Mthitav
BBV of .
IV T, McGuire, Pastor ilurlnw the legal j
Blackie shook him viciously He stood before the cot looking "We haven't tried Nob Hill the As they approached Lafayette' hours" of Cut.. h..r..e I tha "Court

bin School. 10 a. m. Biackle Norton hesitated a moment "Stop that drivel and help me find dazedly down at his entertainer Burley home" said!& Father Mullln Square they heard voices singing HOUND I lair I In "Htnikn, Fin.,Ida. >oII I I t ,

)ununI on, 11 a. m. I at that shrill crying of his Mary Blake! Kelly shook him- "Hello, Mat," said Biackle a "Then there's one other place.hertl'acher's "Ncaicr My Got! to Thee." High I CHNh to :the, Ihn hlu-hnut fullowlnw ant' itPHirltxul l hot hlddor Iniiiln for,

\\illfan Endeavor, 7 p. m. name. and In that instant two wide self free. huskiness In his throat as thoughhe Madame Albanl. You go above the others rose ono clear soprano Hlluntn I, : I v I hg anil bring I In llrndforcl; : '

yer meeting Wednesday 7:30: i parallel cracks appeared in the "Let me alone! I've been a were on the point of crying. to Nob Hill Biackle I'll try Al- voice County NIT.: of tn-wlt : of 8151, s .

wall before which he stood; the sinner! Oh Lord. forgive me." Mat was dying; the girl's gesturehad banl's. I'll meet you at the comer "It's It's Mary!" said Blackie aiM, x In. Ni:>,linlly l"nrv, of MHt.lylnv i: .
i II: ,,
iclilng Second and Fourth of runnlnic' thru
His fare
of Octavia and Flllmore Streets. with he
alight Joy quick-
floor settled under him, and the Blackie gave the still mumblingman told him that. HDId iimittr.| ..".1 NIC''* of Hiiinxivpt .
d&y I Ham) and 8 p. m.1t. wall between the cracks fell inward a shove that sent him Those cops couldn't keep me Without replying. Blackie headed ened his steps and reached a high II arroa W of dully III
sprawl-I' "' for Nob Hill his friend took spot In the he could look "HW ('0' all In H"o. ID. 1'1'| T MUXO .
knocking Blackle and half Ing saw Freddy Duane from th<3 Chickens' Bull said Mat ; square so II. 21 )1'1.
Murks Episcopal Church a dozen others to the floor Injured cake-walker. with pride. "I got away from the opposite direction. over the refugees A number of I W>t of HWl't of H i; JO( '
rrlce on second, fourth and negro "Du-I Almost exhaustedhe had never them wero gathered about Mary Tp. 7 Houlh. I H 81 I ]II.] NIJ1", of
them. His lips continued to move I Nil",:".,, nxupt ID ..crna offV
i Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. ----v--- Ia "" ...' ".. 1---, painfully. Blackle's throat tight once thought of food or drink during Blake who her white dress hang- Mldo of HIT DO, Tp 7 H., It II I 1Joninlnlnir .
and choir <" 270 S
tally practice at nt'i'eM. In nil!
ened more. If someone prayed forMat
With thn nnpurtlHlanruR "HuldBio, .
clock on Friday nights pre- I.-- r'e1 '- FrT tn bA nindii, I put Miiant to mild DA-) ,
''mg; Sunday services. oreo to satisfy tho same nnti oHtu,
A! R"-.l I "" >BIr In I'h..nre.y
| Graham (,hrlntiun Church I OUT OKI'UK RUINS: : I -11-1.-11.11.-7- S '

Rev i f' r Johns Pastor 5OIIe'l'l
I \ tl'
'I'U l'M tie '
trvlce second and fourth Sun. CII.\PTEK TWELVE ..i It iiiipoiirlnff hy affidavit fllod In S

li til a m and 8 p. m. w i ii <,that' >',!" ixrtnln"UlKhth' I-UUKO In' 1h. Circuit '
Cln-ult, In '
ble School every Sunday 3 p.m. I "Biackle1"! called Mat as Nor- j ,mid;, ;"Ii", Itr,,,,I t.'t"1;,! :County, Florida; S ,
''III, It I.I '.hnl.I., ... Hinltli, Comuliilnnnt ,.
ftrrtce every Sunday night 8m.eiingf I ton started to leave him. "I saw I V Mxtutl: limit ii. I lirfViidiuit. and thnlillnf S
i L Mary go on. She done all right'She's ,PII'I. rot. ht-lliK, n divorce.ihul S
'er i I It. ,': kid." Blackie not I the l>rr. ..,nilnrit, l I" ... ronlilant ciJ ,
) Wednesday S a great
I i; 'HlKli "I'olnl North Cnrollnn, and, Innvi .
L I trusting himself to speak, patted >r th. fiffn of t wnnty-on,* years, s
Mat's shoulder and went to Tim iiinl that. t th"r.. IH no |it>rnn I In tin* .'
Htali, of li'lorldn" ,,,'rvl,'., of parrionul, ,
ThE PURSUIT OF LUCK who was ministering to a wound- ; |1'0.' ,ot.I>KH upon I whom woulit' perMou .
I I cd man on a cot. ally 1,1ml,, ..,"h'' licfKitilitnt. .
lope Is the bright star of in- .' IT is 'ttI'tttii' trmt n,. r>a. ,
Tim." he said-nnd the name I rMinlnnl. l I'sfl! i || Hinllh, appeal" to Mm .
rition that keeps us all plug- I I Mill of Complaint, nn, tlu, Dili i dnirof S
It;along through life. But what I of his friend sounded like a sup- Inly' A. I li I".'II. olhciwU., .. n tiP. 5 5I.
plication. Tim stood up and look I "IM-I. .pio. ,.""t,....." will I h,. "iit.'r-d. ,
I wrest aur hopes on? Is it on LW4A I ,iimilnnt! h,.,' for fnlliiKi, to npppur
y ed across the cot .at Black A I It t la fin HIT S
things we hope to do, the lai # onlnrud' that I hi. nr-
rush of their old boyish friendliness 1t1'i'. i I Im |"bll..h..tI l onrn n. wnek for .
our wn hands or brains ? four ,'linyCullvu wonka. In th. ftriul S
|lie we dreaming about some for each other welled up In foril County. Tl"Kiath| n n>wni,..ip<.rof I a!
ikol the eyes of both "You've got to iri'iionil' i'li'i'iilntliin "nubllxluiil 'In .5 !
[ uck ? ,
rHfl llrndroid, P ,. S
I County, Florida.
k fr help me find Mary, Tim. WI1NKHS' ': m)' lu, list, unit nfriclnlHIHI 4
fwple are fascinated
by tales of ..: ._,. Father Mullin studied that new nf, mild, Court, this Iril. day if S ,
-- -
!Chances They read stories Biackle June' A. I li. I'D3ft.

|Jt people on whom fortune has Screams of pain and of fear beganto ane have you seen Mary Blake V" chastened face. "What expression do you want on to find i c"erk A. J. t.r THOMAS c.cult, Court

led: without effort on their part. add horror to the terror and "I saw her with Burley. They got her for? The Paradise Is gone." t (flFP'l15tl InAI.)

bare comforted by the thought confusion of the scene. Burley out. Try her hotel. She may be "lodon't want her for that. He H-Gt-7-J_. -- -- -. .

It t perhaps he fickle jade will seized Mary and dragged her to- there. took Father Mullin's question for a Lv" 1 I\U''U'101) n.- .tl-IM,ICATIOVHrnn
turn Her favors nearest exit she "Where Is it ?" I"UI& '1St IIGNI)
to them. They wards the ; strug-
refusal to help and he started to I < <" HIM s ,. Kl.l: )
*r about someone who has made gled frantically to break away "The Grenoble on Bush Street." leave the stable all but staggeringfrom NOTTCIJ IM IIKUKHV: i III V roN, S
B ky haul In gambling or lotfa from him to go to Blackie. Biackle was making his That JOB 15 Hlnrllnif holdur otof, .
way weariness and his emotional of Tax" ('",'lIrh.ftle t.Io 412 l last. ..d
and think that if they will "Come on! It's too late!" he over some debris when he saw awoman's experiences of the night. 4 the 7Ih,. day of August, A. D. 103,1 .
*e lies ri Ittil HIIIIIH In office ,ami .
those ha
my *
chances they too may cried. Amid frantic calls of men arm projecting from Under Father Mullln's\ face lighted up mud upnll I ,'atlon u tux". ilocil to .
favored, and ride on to happi. and women for loved ones from the stones and plaster. In an and he cried: "Walt a minute Their arms! entwined about each other they l he |lssiieJ I thereon: o.M'' 'Id certificate.
and abundance. of terror he seized one of offered a silent Riving thanks that both: ..mh,'""". th. following doaci. Iliodproperty
whom they had become separated anguish Sister Agatha, look after this Injured prayer In the' County, of Uradfonl .
en people form the habit of the terrified rush towards the various the fallen beams that covered thewoman' man will you ?" He Joined were alive. Ste-- 4., r WIri,1a, ; ,,,..,, .s .IS,

ing about lucky chances, doors the renewed crackling face, tugged at It, pushed Black and led him to a church all of that horrible night Ing in rags her hair' falling about SEtS lilk of-Rtf MHO In. 24 j'ry,*; ';'In NUVi Tnk: Neo Sharps. 35. all In

1 lose interest in their own of walls glass and the rumblingsof it a few inches to one side. The dignitary who was binding a Chi Biackle. slowly climbed Nob Hill, her shoulders, sat on a bench sing- In The Twp. (II I, South, llatiira I SI Hunt.
k i and their attention is di- the earth Itself, he kept her face was that of Della. She was naman's broken arm. little dead assessment. of I tin mild 1 i.rop'erty
following a wall. The heat was ing. In her arms was a tinder the "..1.1 cmtlflratn l Is. ,
rttor the means by which peo- from falling as they were swept dead.He "Monseigneur I'd like to leave a intense. His hair was matted with child whose mother knelt at her Hiied V. milliard! Wits In the nil me of Mra Lena I ,

can make substantial progress along with the frenzied throng. As went on, passed a broken gas while to help a friend." dirt, blood and perspiration. Smoke feet quietly sobbing. Union.* aalil. certificate shell. he re- S

their own efforts. they were carried onward nearestthe main sticking up between the torn "Go ahead my son." and dust got into his red-rimmed Biackle looked at Mary and was docrni-d HcrordInir to. law the prop

e loss of the money dropped exit, a terrific wrenching sound up pavement; gas was hissing out Dawn had broken when Biackle eyes. Suddenly out of the murk- transfixed; tears came Into his erly tn th.deHcrlbeil. hlKhent' I bidder therein at will the be iourthouna Hold. _

gambling schemes Is only a part caused the' crowd to stop and look from It. He stopped a passingman. and Father Mullln emerged from it might have been early dawn Instead eyes ran down his cheeks. "I wantto door nn I tha firm Monday. In

|the loss that takes place. If up In terror. A portion of the balcony "Have you seen a red-hair' the stable but the light, filtering of oncoming daylight -- a thank God Tim. What do I the fth,month ilav. nf of July,July lltlit.I 11114, which U the S

''PIe have their minds fixed on near the exit, Its supports ed girl in a white ball dress?" through the smoke and dust, was man came running down hill. He say ?" Oatail thin 2"nd day of May; 103.

hope .)t luck they are not cul- shaken out from under it, came "Haven seen her pal. Better cold. flat and cheerless. About the shouted over his shoulder: "Get "Say what In your heart A." .rk J THO"T of circuit AR.I Court S '4 _

ting the sentiment of ambition. crashing down. Mary went limp look out; that gas main's broken." confusion of noises of the streets, back! They're going to dynamite!" Blnckle." nr IIrn.tro'.1' C"unty Florida,

H J ambition! tha lifts people up began to slip from Burley's pro- "Look out for live wires!" warn arose explosions of sound followed Biackle kept wearily on uphill Biackle fell to his i knees. 11-20-Gt-e'B-t2-10-211. S ,

letter thinss' and enables theme tecting arm. He picked her up and ed another voice. A telegraph by a rumbling as of falling until he reached the top. The Burley "Thanks. Cod! Thanks I really I\n'ru'I.] OK 4 "'"-...U'"I'IO"vun .

'! their dreams. pushed and Jostled with the rest pole leaning at an angle of forty- buildings. A truckload of Ma- house and the one next to It mean It." 'r Hill\ \ IH-.I\i>. :ltl Itllrmtte :| (

fortune i the towards the exit as a haze of dust five degrees began slowly to fall rines passed and father Mullin asked were belching forth great volumesof Mary looked over the head of the NO'1'f'N: H J IIKItKIIY' > OIVKJV. _

|a "w farther than reward others of those who and powdered plaster arose, grad dragging with a a mass of wires. them what the explosions were. smoke shot every now and then kneeling woman, and saw Blackie or That TII*Aim Certiriratd Hdnn' II No Thomnii SIH.: |Nauecl., holder the S

correct estimates ually obliterating the entire struggling Biackle Jumped Just in time to "They're dynamiting to stop the with lurid bursts of flame. Throughthe on his knees. She gave the childto 4th. day. of .Inly' A. I). I1U7. has fII.'4 s ,

::g. that are of the mass of crazed humanityfrom avoid being caught In the explosionas fire" was the answer. smoke he saw a dozen Marines Its mother left the singing refugees appllinllon name" In." my, for offli-n nml. l hn. nmd. S
n Inn deed
going to to bv IM
tavF more skill happen view while, mingled with its a live wire hit the gas. There "Biackle, have you looked for moving about. lie knew what they and walked straight towards ,,,",-.1 I Ihnroon Still. certificate I em-

!U1el8, and who in organizing terrified outcries, came renewed came a blinding glare followed bya Mary around the Lyric ?" wero doing: he had seen enough Blnckle. He stood up to meet her rty: '''7hl'ho'II/I : 'In"w:I n i' ilonri of |hed prop.: S

I B'Wlclent and are so faithful rumblings of the earth swayings puff of black smoke which hid "As well as I could alone." replied preparations for dynamiting to his arms outstretched and she Stale, of I'loililn' tn-wlt I : Bradford t S U

ewarded useful that they of the floor, the cries of people and everything from his view. Blackie still In a daze. "I understand. He waited a moment went Into them as Into a. haven f.olH "I Ik t nf N'; of Tllk 31 r'!:' I ?,
by promotion. It is ItiKHtnn. Truhy Co'a. Hub I pit I .r
!! rd ot 'kni and crashings of collapsing buildings He reached Lotta's Fountain after found Burley. The 'quake got him and then trudged on. of refuge. NIJ'i;' of SI '/, of Reitlnn 2* Town. .

.Ie: the favors Intelligence from the street. a long time. Across from It a They were together. As he neared the Burley place A great shouting came to them: hip S Mouth, hangs 23 Kunt S
li I of luck are few, fur- "The soldiers are working there the fire! The assessment nf the anld i prop ( '
I' ant people| who Blackie Norton. felled by the great building was a roaring Mrs. Burley followed by several "They've stopped arty under the Halil lertlfdate. ,la. _
4Cheroul pursue that half stunned strug- nace. Water spouted like a geyser now. We'll try again." Father fire's stopped!" ,oI"I.I waN In the name of Ham! TlaonnluKH .
|truest siren' find nothing but crashing wall out from under the Into the street from a broken Mullin paused rained his eyes and servants loaded with hastily gathered "We'll build a new San Francisco redeemed'. mild. certificate anal! h.
( aiconllnir
facksonville gling violently I tn law, the S 5 _ _
.. .. Journal. men and women who had gone water main. Refugees carrying his lips moved as though he were household artjclen, came out. ," said an aged man with con- nold property: ilencrlhml; I therein: win t be _
-- had It seemed to She the front lawn and viction. to the hlicheat hlriMei' ,at thecourthoiiHe
articles of furniture they uttering a prayer. stopped on S
Do\'T: down with him was caught up door nn the fIrst Mon
i1e TLI TIlE WIFE to rescued from their shattered strengthen and encourage him for, looked down over the burning city. TilE END. I' day 'In thn month of .July, 191. .. I _
Patrick the crowd frantically seeking .. .._ .. S
I whl..h III tha_ ah.. .- .1.. ..,u. i. u.
Hastings eminent made for a fire through his own daze Biackle sawa n' .n '
Uib barrister escape from the great hall homes hastily way i'iteithI. .. 22nd, ;dnv of May'tain: /
ten/ men thus addressed "Mary! Mary!" he called. "Whereare engine. It stopped at a hydrant smile on his friend's face. "Come :MOKR ..on Elt TO OME.VJ. grand juries are under political obligations A. .J TIIOMA4: S I _
on a of circuit Court S
'der. jury of twelve In near Blackie; the hose was, quickly on. We'll try the Lyric. which prevent Justice be- "r IIr"t.et {
'It suit* Whirled you ? about, almost knockedoff attached and the cap turned, but They Joined the soldiers who Edgar Hoover, chief of the ing done. B-19-Gt-8-5-12-1936 "tunty t"iorld _

'11I You have wives never tell his feet, he was at last car- no water came from It. were looking among the masses of otherwise Federal Bureau known of Investigation the "G-Men ", The work of the O-Men In the :>()1'lI: OK "si'sl" : |. :tI acre:!(". \ jsill.
anything Grenoble broken, and timbers for ,
that if the
t YOU do not ried through a door into the street. "Do you know masonry field of their particular authorityhas S
to have Is all right?" bodies while the fire kept creeping remarked the other day thatAmerlca's rvntlcii, I lii hereby .given that under .
!1 kUOW rePeated. because He saw a member of the orchestra Hotel c Folsom "Public No.1"Is aroused nation-wide admiration and. In cordnnce with that certain .,
'a men must work and wo1I1118t looking dazedly back at the build- He asked the fireman."Couldn.t closer to them. Enemy and their chief has won the flintl driioo. of forecloHura and sale' ', _
not criminal but rendered hy lion S-
gr 'nit to tea. tell brother. It's "Are you fellows looking for a any particular A. Z. Adkln* al
-1 And when in his hands a broken you respect of law-abiding clt- JlidK" of the Clriult Court
fo Ing. grasping every of IJrad
oUt. : Is politics. 'Nothing can be more I
t,, red-haired girl ? asked one of two 'or'' .
tea it down. County Florida 1 I In
blocks f'han' In r
seems their four ory
Idea end of his 'cello. Blackie grabbedhim zen. Neither he nor his corps can, i
Is certain than that. Nobody knows that certain ratine .
them In Mourt
(I ranking soldiers who passed carrying pendlnir
gbter benefit lawyers. screaming: "Have you seen Nearly exhausted doggedly I better than Mr. Hoover the powerfuL or should be expected to, clean up wherein Tho KertVral r""in.1 S _
Clve Blackie at sheeted body on a stretcher.
them chance his forward a Hunk' of Columbia, I* plaintiff' ami
a I way the stable but he has !
? Augean ,
they Mary Blake Influence of and ..
T I i.
Will Grenoble a Father Mullln stopped Blackla'squick politics politicians Walnwrlirht et at and. fr 'danta.
lay somethIng which start out with Bur- length reached the certainly turner the thoughts of rime 67X, the S
II1ake their, "I saw her forward and himself in the protection of criminals un'lttnll4'n..d l l Hp I _
of step, .
aZL. husbands sweat for small exclusive hotel on top the decent people of America to I ilul Mnater by auld decree appoint S
''LoUd> ley. wreckedby uncovered the facer of the dead girl. and the encouragement of 5 il t will Hell tn the hltheat bldI... foprKHh ,
laughter.) Biackle hill. It had been parly condition which have It In _ _
ir Still crying her name, crime. a they In front of the "H" >uth ft nt
Patrick tORt his I the escaping the earthquake. Smoke was "No, she l is not the one he said their power to correct.Gadsden "loop of I the Uradfonl. ('oun t v i'urt- S S _ _
ry Dlaklng case- the forced his way among Its roof. Blackle crossing himself. It Is to be hoped that he can house In Hliirki'' .Florida. iluilnar the ; SleaI
from ,
,01' defendant sweat : looking for Mary. He pouring County Times. hors of Male on Monday, July
revellers /
e find her said sentiment to back
tUne ,
: oo. through the made his way among the refugees "Hope you arouse public up Hth J9J:Id, the following d.I ,-"rllmdpremlaea s
'Nhethel It I is not re- barely managed to get various vehicles even the soldier. and he and his companion his demand that law enforcementIn altuate In llradfnid. County .
Were 'he two women Ju- struggling: mass to the front of the dragging resumed their Journey. the United States be taken out After all, we wouldn't have congressmen "Florida. to-wlt [ I i
and vacuum sweepers The
A leuch marrle')1 Not that itig hall. There his way was blockedby baby carriages with belongingsthey Louder and closer grew the almost ''of politics. Anyone who has been I who specialize In auto NorthVV Houth' .I Went ijimrfi'i quarter,. <>f S of,','tlon the p _

gaUaDl' difference. What the large electric Lyric Hall -plied high to save. He continuous booming of dynamite around much can point to many speeding If we didn't have voters Twenty-two I Houth (SI3), Township S _ _
hten attempting *
Ar men do after a which had fallen to the side were who specialize In not r .fm : rJr\V. :ry ,
sign lobby. A chandelier explosion. thunderous crumbling of communities In which criminals votlng.--MI- Hunt: ", .
'1II1!i ct like. thai' but bring In a walk. Under it was the figure of went Into the hotel building was so close I have established relations with the and News. MO) a dynamited .
againsl the floor a ,
the( utter lay in a heap on toaithei with all ami Hlitvular. the
Then A
.: : :;-" defense counJ:1.o Jack Burley dead. covered with plaster. A that the dust It raised settling upon political groups in power and are -- t"i'Vyirt'. ... hereditament. H ant ap
..a .aughter.J-Jackon of soul invaded him; he all but pin. ti'inini. t thi>r,>,iintf, I.IISSS,515g'' '' / 0"
anguish them. all but Immune from punishment Even If you know It H harmless -
rnal .
bellboy came down the salrway by In. n..y.y ati..rtiliIng, alt .n t .atS .
searched wildly about for Mary, elevator he was carry- "They're getting nearer," said ,i In such communities even the iawi It Is dangerous to fool with (In iiiadfi.rd ('"unit. t"Iorki*, S S _ _

.' screaming: her name. Certain at I the useless ;who lay Inertin I Biackle, his heart sickening at the i abiding live under a reign of terror any water snake; there is likely to T A FI1ANK/ f.AVUBI, M,, I _
hnleabnQ old woman Sp 1 ,1 !Un"t.'r 111 L.55 'Y
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'It "Is under the ing an ______
one of the blgIt last that she was not thought that Mary's body might' ', knowing that the courts the be a water moccasin swimming KMUJHT:" tt K.VIOHT 15 ) ; _

,!) ea. British-made au- fallen sign, not knowing if she had be- I'I'I 'Is his Mary arms. Blake here ?' Blackio I: be buried in the wreckage of the )I police authorities and even the I beside it. .b.at Ati! t. i fi. r 1'1 IK. Iff. 5 .

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I" Bradford County Telegraph A telegram from Fred Cone BIGGEST ON RECORD REPAIR ROADSMORE Mr" It M. MclUe 1rl't'tl
headquarters In Lake City to local I
Established 1877AAEAYBEFt supporters here last week said: (Continued From Page One) THAN SEVENTY- The revival m., .,
"Mr. Cone has authorized thla office FUNERAL HELD MONDAY; that Fred P. Cone's majority in FIVE MILES Pine Level Ch,,,.", tub( c

4 C T to pledge to Bradford and oth- WAS MRS. A. Z. ADKINS' Tuesdays primary was the second REBUILT dinner on the in.iuna], 1

'' er counties interested that one o:f MOTHER largest ever received by a Demo- was held in the, m<.,nClOn OaP'
V IARin4 PRESS ASSOCIATION \\ his first official acts as governorwill cratic nominee for Florida's Gov More than seventy-five miles of Mr. and Mrs I L E flatu

s 1935 V) be completion of Road Thirteen When the announcement from a ernorship. county roads In Bradford are be- and grandchildren Hi-taro

"JctWaIt.It 7-to-t4 L- yj from Callahan to Baldwin" Jacksonville hospital was made Governor Dave Sholtz's majorityover ing regraded and rebuilt by WPA Betty Ruth Glffin ''Ula p\

-- -. ..- That was good news to people inass here Saturday night that Mrs M. John W. Martin in the second and county workmen, according to Haltlwanger. all ,,3I lackJob\0.

Published Weekly on Fridays ;dEnted; as Second CI this county and no doubt contrib E. Edwards had Journeyed to "the primary of June 28, 1932, was the an announcement from the Boardof spent last week with MJ MdJ\
uted Its part to the fine vote that largest, Cash said. This vote was: Bond Trustees this week H. M. McRae- ,,
r Matter at the I'ost Office at Starke, Florida undiscovered country, from whose
Bradford Mr. Cone in Tuesday's Sholtz 173,540, Martin 102,805.Coaes and Mrs Wnlte,
gave Workmen now in the Brooker
__ .__ .. __ --- -- -.- bourn no traveller returns, it was children Peek
.on was Mildred
11 ________ Editor and Ownei primary election.For with deep sorrow that her friends campaign largely and New River sections of the and BUddy( J
i E. Matthews _______ some reason that has never received the information; and much built around the contention that county, are nearing completion of of Tampa spent Friday\ WIlli, ;

.. .- -- - been satisfactorily explained this sympathy was expressed' for her the State budget should be cut to several miles of roads in those districts and Mrs. Britton Alvarez.
short stretch in Road revenues Instead Mrs. F. a*.
SUBSCRIPTION KATE Thirteen has balance incoming White of,
children In the loss of their i lack
remained unfinished although thereat of boosting taxes to meet the bud- yule, Is visiting DIr
+ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance of this Important highway has loved mother. However, we know I get. He expressed disapproval ofa A score of bridges are being repaired 114. McRae. ana 1Irt
that she approached the end with and in various sections of
Advertising Rates on Application been completed for years. "sustainedand I sales tax, legalized slot machines, Wo are glad tt, report
calm concrete and metal that
assurance the county,
k -- The completion of Thirteen is of employment of outside Florida labor tie William Terrell .
soothed an unfalteringtrust" the place of much
by culverts are taking
vital importance to all towns and dual office holding proved after a brief ain7
in her Heavenly Father. small wooden" bridges. The road .
6 along Its route, from Fernandlna Green Re-elected Mrs. E. E Bowers .
By RED KERCE to Ft. Myers, for It would throw a Mrs Edwards for the past sev- Representative R. A. Green of grading crew will move to the ter Luclle. of Boa tad da

r a ap great deal of travel through them eral years, had made her home Starke won renomInation in the Hampton and Theressa sections of visiting Mr and &iro, orala HMD

It takes but little practice to make a perfect ass of your that Is now going along other here with her son-in-law and Second Congressional District. He Bradford County. when they finishat Sunday afternoon !

routes that are longer, but are at daughter. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. defeated W. J. Sears of Jackson- Brooker.It Remember pray, i
self. least complete. Adkins, and by her gentle dispo- ville, Florida's CongressmanatLarge was said that WPA laborersare Sunday night 'ooeltoR"
-0--- With sition and pleasing personality has eliminatedby constructing also the concrete
a man In the Governor'schair whose job was Miss Carrie Altuw
9 The stock market's revival is absolute assurance of a new who is pledged to support made and kept many friends, not the 1935 Congressional Redis- pipes used In the replacing work. day night at Ralto"jU jpent, i

this project there would seem to only here but in numbers of other tricting Act. In 213 of the dis Wilmer Addison
school of suckers.
4 be no reason why it should be held places. She was a devout memberof trict's 227 precincts Green got ..
the Methodist Church, a mem- NOTICELeo
o than another .
up more year or so 32,121 to Sears' 24,878.PIONEER
N It is much easier to get leadership than maintain a ma at the most. A good sized portion ber of Woman's Missionary Society ----_._--.-- W. Halbrook Is no longerour woodpecker Indians in the 'itnwtn.
and of the Woman's Club a nests roi' >you,
N jority of followers. of other Florida's states population eagerly awaits and that its of faithful wife and a devoted mother. PASSES agent or Representative in any containers. When \n>" vtdt i

o completion. Mary Elizabeth Brown was born JUNE 15 way. I holes In cactus, ,mt X0unc

t Life may not, at times, seem worth living, but how else gyp--- June 1, 1863 in South Carolina; in WILSON LIFE INSURANCE CO. I I123t which Itself the with a hard -iber 1 II,

BUY A TICKET her young womanhood she was !<'. A. ANDREWS NEW Indians removi( ,
a. c4 are we to dispose of it? married to D. R. Edwards and to
Loyal Democrats here will againbe RIVER RESIDENT
I o given an opportunity to contribute this union nine children were born, LAID TO REST

Honesty never was the best policy; but it was the best to a worthy cause and at the all of whom survive her. Mrs. Ed-
same time enjoy an wards came to Florida with her F. A. Andrews, 85, one of the For Expert
t l f thing the people of the 90's knew about. evening simply by buying a ticketto husband forty-two years ago from oldest and most respected citizensof RepairingSmith's

+Y ,r o the rally at the Woman's Club Ruffln, N. C. The family settledIn Bradford County died suddenly
Lawtey where Mr. Edwards wasa at his home near New River on
Saturday night for the of
1 bill is to leave loaded purpose
Another good way to cut the grocery listening to Roosevelt's speech ac- pioneer turpentine operator of Friday June 19.

"'I'' I guns around the house whore small children play. cepting the Democratic nominationfor this section, and during the sub- Mr. Andrews wa born In Starkein GaragPhone

t 0- --- President. sequent years Mrs. Edwards was March, 1851, and while yet a
prominent in church and civic affairs he settled his farm
man on
Again the Job has been placed In young
satisfied to coast down
9? Too many people are becoming the hands of the Young Democratic of Bradford and adjacent near New River and there he and

1 t, the highway of success by a swift push from others. Club of Bradford County who so counties. She gave the land on his wife, Mrs. Mary Andrews, who Phone 120
which the Woman's Club house in him In death three
41 o ably piloted the Jackson Day Din- preceded years,
1 Hush little don't fret ner to the grand success that it Lawtey is now situated, assistedIn raised their family. For fifty-one Service Day or Night
i ,;f( you was here. founding the club and later served years he lived in that section of

i a You may whip the world with your diploma yet.o Tickets are being sold by the as its president. She was a Bradford County. He was a mem-

f1 ; ; fil committee at a dollar a couple in charter member of the Lawtey ber of the New River Missionary

It must be hard to endure the many whippings that a return for which the purchaser Methodist Church and one of its Baptist Church.
will receive a couple of hours of ardent supporters, retaining her Funeral services were held at
r poor child has to undergo just because it. took after its father.o good fun, will have his name enrolled membership there until the time of the grave In the New River Ceme- MAKE YOUR MONEY GO FARTHER WITH

among the "Roosevelt Nom- her death. tery, with the Rev. G. E. McGau-
nators" I Mrs. Edwards was known for her ley, assisted by the Rev. F. B.
in Washington
registered -
Another reason we have lots of respect for a liar, is be- I
and wUl also have the satisfaction enthusiasm and keen Interest In Johns, officiating. Wilson Funeral
'; ( cause once his reputation is established, we are never fooled. of knowing that his dollar things: pertaining to the religious, Home of Lake City was in chargeof

o Is going to help the Democratic educational and cultural life of the arrangements. IJUJKGlRNtJN.fllJ

Zioncheck will fight the charge that he is insane.-Press Party on to another sweeping community. We shall miss her ra- Mr. Andrews la survived by his
victory in November. Buy diant personality, her helpful coun- children G. W. Andrews of New
report. If he thinks he isn't crazy, that's ample proof that he your ticket today.BUICEliE'S. sel and her genial spirit. Although River, F N. Andrews of New Riv-

is. -o---- taking an. Interest in national, er, Rob Andrews of Miami, Mrs.

CRAZY state and community activities, she SUM Andrews of Morristown; and
o -
i3 t Representative Marlon A. Zion was essentially a lover of home and by a large number of grandchildren -
r The fellow busily engaged in a corner working up a head check is out of his misery-at least her children,, lavishly spending her and great-grandchildren. YEA

of steam is only getting ready to blow up some of his pet i il! temporarily. He was confined affections and energies for those Acting as pall bearers were Fred

t lusions. Tuesday night in a private Institution she loved, and it was a privilege to Hazen, L. L. Johns, A. B. Sur-

in Maryland that specializes be numbered among her friends. It rency, Everett Clemons, Hogan

Iy A Av 0 in mental cases. In other words Is unthinkable' so useful and Smith and R. S. Johns.

j "The next war will be won by the country with the most In the langauge of the street, au- purposeful a life should end with y /

y gas," declares an authority. Ah, at last a use for the discarded thorities think he i la nuta. the' ceasing of mortal breath. DEMO COMMITTEETO 1939iaBO
"There Is no death?
This astounding man, whose
tyh politicians. name was In headlines every day What seems so, is transition. REORGANIZEFIVE :

i 4 o for weeks, furnished many a This life of mortal breath ,

w c ,i The greatest self-made conflict in man's life is that inward chuckle for newspaper readers Is but a suburb of the Life Elysian COMMITTEEWOMENWILL
; instinct that him lie his with a series of exploits that have ,
directs to to friends and run been Whose portals we call Death." I NEW SET-UP
probably never equalled by
i :' from his enemies. any man In public life. His horse- I Monday afternoon at three County Chairman. of the Dem- DOUBll
'r o'clock, funeral services were*held EAGLE
play Included from be- I
-- o everything ocratic Executive Committee W. B AIRWHEEL' I
In Jacksonville at the Riverside
a'' We don't believe that Landon will ever be elected president ing arrested for speeding to fighting I Park Methodist Church, Dr. J. Alexander announced yesterday .
1 with his landlady. The only that the Bradford Committee eta.WurHEa.
I The poor voters have become too accustomed to being serious part of the business was Stewart French, pastor, officiating.The will meet this County afternoon Fri ,I

., L landed on already. that the poor people -of Washington / body lay in state until the I day) In Superintendent A. J. Grlf-( r ,
hour of the funeral at the home of PATHFINDER:
State had chosen this to
o > man fls' office In the courthouse here,
Mrs. Edwards' son-in-law and
"What has become of Haile Selassie?" an editor wants to Congress represent them In the National daughter, Mr,"and Mrs. J. L. for reorganization of the new SPEEDWAY I ,
county executive committee and
know. Well, where'd you be if you had ants in your pants and For the time being Zioncheckhas Briggs, 2257 "Dellwood Avenue. abolishing the old. In accordancewith lIsir/ '
Many persons from Starke attended -
4 i 'ell on your shoulders? been Judged of "unsoundmind" a recent legislative act in the
the funeral and their
1, but It Is our own private 1935 session an equal number of
--0 honor for the dead and sympathyfor
opinion that his 'II
insanity extends committeewomen must be electedto
1 1 I; Don't strain yourself trying to reform the world, even a only so far as being crazy about the living with choice flowers. serve along with the committeemen 1 yv

1 better class of jackasses are in the offing than ever brayed seeing his name in headlines Organizations sending flow 1 era from the various districts In ._-I _
} ,t malady that, alas, has afflicted were: The Woman's Missionary Society Bradford and Florida's other
about these sixty-
hard times.
much' better I and Adult Class of the Sun
men than Representative six counties.
day: school of the Methodist _
o Zioncheck.L.tNDON .
I : The chairman announced that
__ rthurrh.: Woman's Club? and UnitedD
''A foreign nation has paid its debt to the Standard Oil --- Daughters --of-- the--Confederacy.Mrs. ;: I the following have been elected to /

Company in mouth At least Rockefeller won't have CHANGES HIS comprise the new committee fromBradford's '
organs. With state and Edwards was burled by the I 1
county politicsout eight 1
'f to whistle for his money of the way, voters can now side of her husband In West Ever- are: precincts, they

a es concentrate on national issues. green Cemetery. I Lawtey, Precinct 1, E. E. Bur- 1

s Another thing which makes a hang-over unpleasant is Very little effort is needed to Edwards'Pallbearers were seven of Mrs.and' ney; Starke, Precinct 2, J. M. Alvarez
grandsons: Gray
discover .
Incongruitiew in the Republican 1
and Mrs Mae Green Stance ,
having to labor with headache Don Turner J. C. Adklns, Jr. W. ; ,
a today earning money withy set-up, the party that last Precinct 3. W. B. Alexander: and
f r which to pay for the night before.It week nominated Governor Alt M H. Edwards, Jr., James Moore Edwards Mrs. Nolla D. Middleton; Graham,
John Jr. A. Z.Adklns .
L Briggs, ,
Landon of Kansas
u for President! on Precinct 4, C. B. Roberts and Mrs.

Its ticket. Jr. C. Fogg; Hampton, Precinct 5, G.
is easy to determine the age of man : (a) the ones who The Democratic National Com- Mrs. Edwards leaves to mourn P. Wadsworth; Theressa Precinct
her loss five J. L.
say "Now, dear, I'll explain everything," or (b) the ones who mittee says that Governor Landon daughters: Mrs. 6, A. F. Sullivan and Miss. Ida
,4 Is Briggs, Jacksonville, Mrs. A Z. THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF SAFETY with tough! ,
already discovering that words Hagin; New River, Precinct 7 A. 1
have learned ,
to timidly answer, "Correct Honey.
Adkins, Starke.Mrs.-J. C. Adkins S
that seem rather unimportantwhen I E. Sapp and Mrs. Mona Wiggins sure-gripping center-traction tread that gives 43
h'n Gainesville, Mrs. J. L. Wilkes,
they are uttered have a ten- and Brooker, Precinct 8, L. R.
longer non-skid mileage than former Goodyears
I even
4 Jacksonville, Mrs. L. L. Roane,
1' The only reason happiness isn't sold on the installment dency to become of considerable I Galney.
Jacksonville Beach; four sons, E
r' ,' plan is because no one is likely to become tired of happiness consequence later on. Believe it PLy-because of
or not, Landon joined with the E. and "V. L. Edwards of Jacksonville NEGROES LODGEDIN 2 BLOWOUT PROTECTION IN EVERY

'i t'" and turn it back in after they have about half paid for it. Governors of certain other statesto D. R. Edwards of Pahokee, patented Supertwist Cord-more resilient, more

a urge President Roosevelt to an W. H. Edwards of Lawtey; one JAIL enduring than any other cord.
brother, Dr. G. \V. Brown of Law-
"The Republican Ticket and Republican platform suits Inflation policy'back In 1933. Of There also
x S u tey. are twenty-three HERE MONDAY
course, sounds strange In view with greater
me perfectly' Herbert Hoover says. Considering the condition of the platform that the Repub- grandchildren and one great- CHARGED WITHASSAULT 3 PER MILE

4 he left America in four years ago, is that a boost or a lican candidate has pledged him grandchild safety in every mile-proved by the experienceof
Funeral In
arrangements were millions.
knock? self to support. charge of DeWitt C. Jones. I James Simmons and Taft Eller-
This platform states: "We advoCate .
son colored,
0 By A Friend. were lodged in the

1c L A French scientist is still busy predicting that the world a at sound all hazards currency to be We preserved oppose I charged Bradford with County assault jail after Monday an attempt Ir: Let us show you footprint records

,p will end September, 1936. We can't imagine W. G. Voliva further devaluation of the Gasoline Consumption to gag and beat Mry Stuart, that prove "G-3's" will give you more
dollar. We will
restore to the Congress
6 allowing foreign competition to cop his crown as "Goofy the authority lodged with itby Bradford County motorists used a colored womn from the Reno section safety-mileage lor your money than
04,5-43: gallons of gasoline duringthe was foiled by local authori-
j t., predictor. the Constitution to coin money I' month of May an increase of ties.Sheriff you ever enjoyed before. .
and the value thereof
o by 4,316 gallons over the preceding A. O. Andreu said yesterday -
all the laws .a..
A scientist has discovered that a flat chest may be the repealing to the Executive.delegatingthis month of April, according to a release that the negroes had some
authority from the Bureau of Agriculture differences Monday morning in
? < < sign of intelligence. That may contain some truth; we've noticed Compare that to thIs text to in Tallahassee, this week. Reno and later renewed their misunderstanding THI GRIATIST NANS IN IUII1I

#' that a fellow with flat feet finds it easier to retreat than which Governor Landon subscribedback Kerosene sales fell short 502 gal- when the two ne-

approach a fight. in 1933: "We recommend that lons as compared with last month's gro men picked the Stuart woman
the President exercise the of
'0 grant sales. Bradford County farmers up near Judge A. Z. Adkins' homeoq
0- power given him by Congress under used 121 'tons of'fertlllzer during Walnut Street, and carried her

4 "- The life of the poor Indians must be a successive attack the monetary section of the I May the bulletin stated. near the Hcgie Service Station on

of the jitters. No sooner had they given this country to the AAA to inflate the currency under I Road Thirteen, there they were
safeguards and control.
j white man, before some silly goof comes along and wants to proper Of course Governor Landon Births I L.apprehended Alvarez, and by Chief returned of Police here. A

give it back to them. might have changed his mind. That Mr. an
o la a man's privilege. Especially boy. June 9. minor body bruises at the hands of
S when he finds it very very con- Mr. and Mrs, her
"Women nine times in ten win arguments with be- Clyde Starling, I assailants.
g4 men venient. lAwtey, girl. June 12. .

cause they are more intelligent of the two, says a woman Mr. and Mrs. Chit WhitfIeld, One reason why women can't STARKE. F1.0RlIJAfi

_ I; yy 3 writer. We wouldn't argue with you about that dearie; we're The human scalp contains ap Starke, girl. June 21. can't keep .ecreteIa because they

''l 4, the tenth child in our family square proximately inch. 1000 hairs to the Mr. and Mrs. B O. Dyal HampIon. I tell them to their husbands.
I girl, June 21. Dunnellon Sun.

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