Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02605
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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$1:1'IiOs: :; Estimated I Cooperation of Farmers Four Dwellings; Being OFFICE OFSUPERVISOR FRS AND PATRONS AT ': RECOMMENDS h

Coat of County Urged fly Nathan K reeled; Others Repaired SCHOOL TODAYA ''I

Government Mayo "duly authorized committee"
hut called a meeting of the i ECONOMY

HOPE TO KEEP LEVY I FARMS: MAKING; O V K II CITY (,OUN<'IL CONDEMNSUNSIGHTLY : : : Bradford" I nt County the high Teachers! school Association auditorium --I'I II

.\1' J. .VST YEAR'S_ MARK $100.00 WII.1. HE LISTED : STRUCTURES:::: 1 Cray l'oRcluru.ls hero this afternoon I Suggests hems From

I Krld.iy'' ) nl four o'clock.It Ir
rd County's temporary Work of taking the farm and In. Building Principal Of "Which' '
Brailt repairing remodeling uus slated] that bus drivers I Money Might
budget 01 the period from October I 1 dustrial census of Bradford County In and UKU- :Starke;: has reach R. //. S. and nil patrons of the school
1 was started lie So red
30, 1938 Is Monday by StaffordL ed ,
1 1931 to September the highest level in several __ "interested In an economical ad-
I ,, Crews, of New River who 'I
slightly! above the total for 1936-37 was yetis a survey this week showed. The ministration of school aff..lis"
office of
ag prepared by the Board of Coun I appointed for the jot early in the The amount being spent reachesfar i lof schools!' county supervisori lie Invited to attend Following a two-day session early : p'
carrying a of
commissioners at its meeting year into the thousands, with all salary ._ this'! week the Bradford County
ty -----
Tuesday. Figures for last The state census of farms and I available $2,50O per year was abolished by --- Kourd of Public Instruction failed.l
carpenters andplumbers
here :
industries has been the school l board in session" Tues- No List
taken for to
thir- budget the
to $124,914.00. while salary schedule asrrquesteet
lidded up ore steadily employed." No
year ty and is GUESTSPEAKERSSunday day, upon motion of E. J. Lewis,
lie total for next year Is estimatedat years intended to give an I certain section of town Is receivinga i by the Bradford County
accurate Indication by Moore. W. C -
of the farm. Teachers' Association
$125,972.00.In majority of the improvementsStarke at 100 per-
I Manning, the third member of PUBLISHING LIs'rOF
ing situation in Florida.In cent. The board voted for wpercent
Is n ten
of the slight Increase, keeping up with the rest
spite board voted to continue EXPENDITURES:
the of.
however, the county hopes to cut the census, a "fatm" Is roughly of the country In regard to the construction I fice. 1 cut under the schedule after -"
to take taken aa "such land as Is cultivated and Improving of The school board, meeting' hearing/ communication from
sufftciently care property
lu millage by a family." Anyone FOR BAPTISTSI I Following this meeting It was the association explaining how it "
of the one and oneelghthincrease a tract which has operating reports of which have been' announced that L. A. Cray, who here Tuesday voted to discontinue was believed "certain
produced seen steadily In In the Telegraph econnrnles"would
state millage announced for this papers from all had been publishing -
to this
In appointed
a crop worth $100 or more will I sections of the country.The position the list of warrants warrant the schedule being
Increased revenue from the
return to the Bradford
be listed.
gasoline tax fund Is expected tol 1 J. ROY ROBINSON! most extensive construction County High School drawn each month by the board budgeted In full without necessitating
the trick. Families or persons owning two AND I I.. SHEFFIELD project' Is the erection: by M. F. the 1937-38 term. as principalfor and also voted to> This
turn I or more horses. cows, or mules TO PREACH HERE Brown of a brick house on Walnut action I the board's monthly Motion to adopt the budget' wn
minutes of the budget meeting was taken as the result of
The will also be
listed In the farm cen Street and Washington Ave- Innnctul statement. The mo. by W. C. Manning and seconded -
are as follows: sus. Those agreement by the board several .
E J. Lewis.Pol
I having fifty or more nue. The Is Inn mode by
Reverend J. Roy Robinson Baptist garage completed und months that If was by W C. Man-
The Board then took up the mat poultry over three months old, six Student Pastor at the University the foundation has been laid and should happen ago to the office anything ling\, seconded by E. J. Lewis, lions of the economy recomnendatlons -
ter of making an estimate of the or more sheep or goats, or ten of Florida, will be the evening the laying of the brick walls Itt Mr. of supervisor and! carried unanimously. made by the teachers'

necessary expenses of the county I stands of bees, or crops of flowersor speaker! at the First Baptist rapidly going forward. I I I principal. Gray would return as The warrant list' had been association I through Its representa-

for the fiscal' year from October greenhouse ptoducts the val. Church, Sunday night ut 8 o'clock. A. H. Green Is completing extensive -,,I i, published for the past several tlve, M. F. Brown, were as follows:
1, 1937 to September 30th. 1938. ue of $100 or more are to be enum I The pastor, C. B. Price left Mon repair and additions to hisi'',| J. II. Benson who hud been appointed months following the statementby "It Is the sense of this" commlt-

and having considered the receipts I era ted. day for a month's vacation in MI- house on North Walnut Street near as principal for the coming/ I I Chairman J. H. Moore that tee[ that the Item for transporta-

estimated by the clerk and The work Is being dune under I Green's Store To the former''' term was offered.I the position of "the 1 public wants to see how the 1 lion set up I In the proposed I budget

given full considerations of the I the direction of Nathan Mayo, : ami.Mr.. Robinson is a native of house, which has been repainted'and head of the commercial dt'plirt./I ourd's. money is bring spent In the sum of $1 ,3MI.00( ( salaries

needs and necessities of the County -> commissioner of agriculture of the i South Carolina and a graduate of re-roofed, has been added al j ment and assistant pi' 1 I to Inn drivers, be paid this year, on
and, the requirements for the! state. He emphasizes the Importance Funiun University During his I| bathroom, bedroom, sleeping porch place! lit occupied last year -- J the condition that the sold sum

different purposes to meet the expenses of full cooperation with the ,i' college life he was varsity center' and a large hall. The house when Ml. Gray had already. begun I I I constitute the entire sum spent up-

during the said fiscal year ,! enumerator in the county In order :i''on the football team for three I I,I completed will be occupied by J.'H. work as supervisor and the board WELFARE BOARDIn jnn transportation for the said

determined and do hereby declare to gather an accurate: report of the years. He was active In the religious '' Benson and family. | voted to pay him two month's ail- yell I'Ve ire advised this will! pay

the following to be the estimated agricultural resources and products I't life of the Institution, serving Lloyd Green, owner of Greene alY. saluiles as promised retain all appointed
expenses und all special and of the county, i| as president of the Baptist Student Store, Is completing the construction Abolishment of the supervisor'soffice August drivers and dispel rumors

extraordinary expenses contemplated -- -.- Union of followed a Rlt't.'llnof/ the that the teacheis are
I the B. V. P. U and Ministerial a new building behind his forcing a cut
for the year from ad valorem i group Since graduation he stole to house his newly Installed Bradford County Teiichi-is' Association TO SPEND upon drivers.. "
taxation and. estimated receiptsfrom APPLICANTSFor i|, has been a pastor in South Carolina grist-mill. ut the school house last Elimination of the nupeitnten-.

other sources which will be until coming to the Universityof Mr and Mrs. Leaton Morgan are Brown Friday afternoon local at which M. F :Vnt' mileage: allowance of $30 per
HvaiUble attorney,
Florida nearing the completion of their month Vas also recommended. ItWa'i
Pensions teachers, Supt. A. J. Gilffls, and J.
(;" ..HIII Fund The church Is most fortunate In' frame home on their farm in the ,, '. Increase of /.) ? Percent stated that this Is "expressly
... .. .. H. Moore, only board member
Salaries of County Commissioners 1,: sicurlne S(1I1. and rh feel "that< --the- people of ;miles;; north of St'7_ 'aho' t four i that there Is no provision Ins Over July for This ;prohibited, ; by Section 353 C. O. L.,"
.' 1.800.001' MUST PROVE AGE a general law which provided for
,_. n
? ----- I Staikc will he benefited E. Matthews will soon begin
greatly by
\1 (hools; or-"tUVpv.ii\: '>r,...)/_county LHiil.uy District false. of SHOO for the
Salary of rieik Circuit per year HUrntwVwiAJn.rbJa -
this service A the construction of a new home on
attending special to a supeivlsor, He stated
Court ____ __ 900,00'' I I ,;, District / Bounty: ,
u invitation) is extended to I the young North Church, Street It will be the payment of to a The August budget for
Sheriff.. Attendance on ACE; WORTH. AND RESIDENCE I,I people to be present of the New England colonial typeof would be "an money Illegal expendltine supervisor 'Ivo'elfa..e. Hoitrd: / will be $1,713 vns suggested' economies might IJtt'ffp.I".I

Co Commissioners _____ 5200 REQUIRED I' The Rev L. O. Sheffield, chap- au'hitecture. of funds." "'I"'ll'nllnl| nn Increase of I'M' per were HH' follows; o

Attorney for County( Commissioners SAYS DIRECTOR 1: aln of the Florida State Prison Construction of the new J. U. ;ent over. the July. budget, accoidng "Inclclcnliils $1,000; salaries of

_________ 3000 Fai in. will preach/ at the morning Alexander home on Church Sleet to Information, received! by till'IIMlritl Lwo supervisors, $3,300; other oplionises -
Commissions und Fees I' Applicants f'I-d;; ; age assh.t.1 service Sunday is nearing completion. The houseIs FLORIDA CROP office from Jacksonville. .:. ? : J1.U02.07: ieser

Tat Assessor _______ 1.50000 I once will greatly facilitate the an attiartivc one-stuiy niltk OUTLOOK BRIGHT The Stale Welfaie Hoard! met In i cd. fur contingencies $4,83L7M."

Commissions and Fees '! handling of their applications by Half Of Tobacco SoldIt I building, modified English arch! '111'1<'4011\111" laht week aim fixed The teachers' association, through

Tax Collector .u.___. 1200.00 DiI.tr'lct'elforl' staffs if they will 'I was roughly estimated yester- tectuie. (10CON": OPTIMISTIC budgets for the various districts, Its rep| ,"Hiitative, icquetittd l that

llninttMi.ince' Court House 35000 secure proof of lICe!: and residenc" 1 lay that hilf of Bradford County's Mrs. Newell: Hull in having a new OVER COTTON AND is well us n budget for. the state the schedule ho budgeted In full

Janitor ___ __._? 410.00] and present this at the time' they tohnrcn harvest has already hen bath-loom Installed on the J Kiuuud< TOBACCO I II jlfire. The August budget for theslate but staled, (hat the I Individual

Lights/ Fuel, and Water 750,OO' 5P1'ly| I it was declared. today by C I j|I sold! nt Floilda and Georgia markets floor of her home on Walnut I, office. represented it .leduc- teachers would continue to work

Insuiante __. 200.00' C. Codrlnston, state welfare commissioncr. 'I The average price' is lepoit- .Stit'ft, what requited the annexation Guy Fred P. Cone and other )I tlon us compared to July according for nine-tenths or nay other part

Ini lentals ._ _______ 80000; I I ed I as ubove twenty-five cents a of u room on the north side of speakers btfoie the of agriculturalcommittee the Klotidii i ,0 udvl<--lIllorn I .Ifickminvllle. f the schedule If the necessary

Supervltoi of Registration : Applicants must present evii pmmd slightly higher than lust the house meeting | 'Ibe ins Ia'uMP for August was Cumin were not nviillahle. The

___ u___- SCO,OO 'Pace, documentaly! or otherwise, seuHon. Glowers here have already \\'. C Prather hal! Just finished Stale' Chamber of Commerce here I ippioved( by the State Hoard to enable schedule calls for an expenditureof
Expense of Elections __ 650 001' that they are slxty. i\'e year of glossed around $25.000 from this the complete rebuilding of his 1 lnnt Friday deckled! Florida's agricultural diet'ICts to Increase their viM'tlllA' 11,74000: fur white teachers in I
I futuie la the In
Legal, Advertising and'ExP >age or over and that they have crop, it is 1 believed. home at Washington and WellvrIstteets. brightest stuffs lOt> that thousands ofippllcatlons the county- fraction under half '

(nH"A ----------- --- 200.00 j lived In Florida five years out' of The new house Is a most ninny yeais. 'Statistics quoted by .. for old uge assistance of the total budget
I 1.., M. Rhodes, state marketing l.
Administrative Supplies i the last: nine and one year Immediately Negro Sentenced attractive one-story stucco bun- disclosed. Florida'sagricultural ,received wince July 1 may be han- At a meeting of the association ,

and, Expenses! -------- 80000 preceding application. galow. commissioner lled more expedltlou.sly.' Alt new last Friday Supt. A. J. Urlffl -

Indexing ____________ 250.00 I Statements! of resources, Includ- Melvin Junes, Bradford County Near the I southeastern edge of income last year was ',.vorker taken' on for uncial work stated that he considered the
Court House Furniture & : ing properly, cash Insurance poll- nllro, was sentenced to ninety town Mr. and lots\ Louis Tot ruella\ in excess of $lt>Q.OOO.OOO, un In; positions will he drawn from the salary schedule out of line with

Fixtures ___.____._.:.__ 150.00)); cics, etc also should be presented days in jail by County Judge E. K. ale adding the finishing touches crease of foity-five per cent over lst of persons who are qualified funds that wereexpected to bn "

Fees and Costs Clerk Cir I, ut the time of making application. Perryman Tuesday, for stealing a i to their new, home-an attractive ;i lust year. antler the Merit. SYllt..m.rhe third available and that he would not ;,

cuit Court _________ 400.00,* "The Social Security Board re- pistol and pocket knife from David I bungulow made' from the frame,i Guy Cone was the first speaker written test under the Merit System budget It IOO percent unless "com

Maintenance of Jail (Re- quires that all those matters be Dyal of Hampton Monday. Jones farm house which formerly stood' tad spoke of the putt and futureof was held In all districts on pelled to do so by a court order"

pairs| ______________ 100.001 I verified before persons may be is now at hard labor in Nassau on the spot. I I Sea Island Cotton and bright July 24 and the rating of persons -

Inquests ___________ 1__ 200.00 granted old age assistance and cooperation County, J. L. Simmons Is! completing! 1m- '..if tobacco. These are destined n this examination will be avail Skeets Trap InstalledHunter
Furniture and Fixturesfor : on) the part of applicants < Revival p.o: .;'.. ,. c.' iris recently purr \\xi tile future two staple "cash :hie 101111111 let boards by the mid
S. Walker
Jail _______ __ 1.00 in collecting data before applyingwill To Conduct charred home on Madison Street. .ii-ney ciop.V that will play a de| of August. Pt'rllonInh'r of the representative ArmsCo.-.
Insanity Inquiries _.__?_. facilitate this work" Mr.\ Cod- The Rev. W A. Fischer, of the Tie front rmi been renovated andre : ;reat part In the history of Flor- lows with applicants, which l is the Remington

General Welfare ______ 1,800.001, rington added.In Methodist,[ Church will leave Monday -OH have been added in the rear, | .':a, he said 1 Florida Is the best inal part of the tent, will be heldn was here Thursday installing a
I Skeet outfit for the newly
Operation of a. County I, to conduct a revival meeting at giving: the whole a very: neat ap- lace on earth t''> raise either of all districts during the next few organized
I his hem, he derlare'l.\ I and com- Starke Gun Club. The apparatus
they ,
Clime ________________ 1,000.00 Mongolia condemned crimi- Molino, near Pensacola During I'ell'ancp. days. Is located at the airport and
.Ined with other diversification of
Contingencies and emergencies nals. are nailed In wooden boxes absence! from August 11 to 22 the The City (otincil at Its Tuesday' District budgets for August were traps, shells and targets were obtained
will the vulue oflor.-
____________ 500.OO and left to die of hunger oa the pulpit will be filled by visiting pns- night meeting condemned still another r'ps. triple rt up by Hit State Hoard largely by the club through tin
iln land in a few
Payment of Outstanding steppe. tors. unsightly building in the years. n a basis of the number of ok Bradford Hardware Co. The first
I Other statistics of Importance on
-, '
Indebtedness ______? 2.6COOO --= .- _w h '--:- -==- northern part of town. IU destruction .the last fruit and vegetable season .age assistance cases In the lespecle shoot was held yesterday after-
will still further out the I districts due to the fact that a
Brine I carry I noon.
Deer Tongue In Strong ; were quoted by Mr. Rhodes, who
Total l -- Cure' I program of renovation that has najority of the work' In the next +
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$17,247.00 I laid chemical research on Florida
Pine anji Forfeiture Says Department Of Agriculture been going on for the past several'' agricultural products as Industrial two months will be on these cases MIMKION! HALL f,

Salary and Fees Prosecute I -- weeks In this part of town. I taw materials will double their Other factors taken Into consideia The speaker for the Bible study
''ng Attorney 750.00 and marketing of Col. D. E. Knight has repaired'' .Ion were geographical area and
-r. Just because you know that the curing value In less than five years Last this week was Mr. Ralph K. Rob-
ftty and Costs County I I deer tongue Is a wild plant deer tongue. We regret that and repainted, his rental house between fear was the greatest year Florida ,>upula tlon. erts, prominent Baptist. layman I

Judge -------------- 500.001 I whose leaves are used to give we have no Information to offer S. R. Johns' home and they| \growers have ever hud, he stated, ,The number: oj-old age assistance and lawyer of Jacksonville His
s and Costs Sheriff 3.000.0O| aroma to smoking tobacco, don't on this _-subject-except railway station.-. The home of Mr. and their total Income was In excess Al's' la this;district; which Inliules ubji-ct was the Christian walk-

1ff1l--I____- 200.00 think that everyone does-not state- that the'Tleer tringue>can: and Mrs., Abe Besaeot bas also re j, of f 190,000.000. r : Nafssu, -Baker Bradford, Phil. 320.: The message picturesquely r

' onenft..a'e,: -2IRJ-. 8eton on I even the United States Depart- be cured by placing It in arath!", J.calved a fresh coat of paint. Rhodes said last years 'citrus Jhlon: Aluchua, Clay, Putnam Illustrated in crayon on the {,

Guard; F ,-_-_....-....-:.:_ aoo.00 meat of Agriculture In Washington er strong brine such as wouldbe A J. Thomas recently purchasedthe crop was valued 970.000.00O, "0- -Jt. Johns and Flagler Counties board, pointed out what Is to follow .

at Jail ---------- 400.00 D. C used for making salt pork. old Llddon horn at the corner I 000,000 more than any crop ever rod the budgets for August and l the preaching of the gospel,
Fees and Costa Constables | Several days ago Emmett The tongue' may also be placedIn of Walnut and Washington Streets' known befoie. Non-citrus. products July follow: Old age assistance and the City Four Square spoken

------------- 50.00 Perryman. young son of Judge a weaker brine and then So fur he has not announced any brought In S38.000.00O with a $S,- :iMrs on rolls July 24 1.208; Applications of by John In Revelations. Mr.
tn"sM Fees -.,? 1200.00 and Mrs. E. K. Perryman wrote smoked much In the same manner I plant. but It Is expected that hewitt (100.000 net profit to growers. ThisIs pending July 241,527; Roberts was accompanied tn

Jurors Paymi. 200.00 I to the department for the latest as one would smoke hams. II remodel! the property In the \a forty-five percent increase In August budget $$,7451: July bud- Starke by his. wife daughter Ruth.

Feeding and care of Prl- I Information on curing and marketing "It Is our opinion that the near future agricultural income over last year get SI.S'.O Sir and Mrs. Uruer and daughter,

/ners 1000.00' I deer tongue. He had marketing of deer tongue or any 'I It Is good.1 to see people taking he pointed out. -s> Shirley Mi. and Mrs Roberts' the
other LaW Enforcement I been reading In the papers that part of a deer killed In Florid pride in their property and expressing William L. Wilson, representing latter' a talented. pianist, broughttwo

Po Expenses ----_?__. 300,00eetved I', gathering the wild leaves was Is against the laws of the State I I I their pride by building, Nathan Mayo, commissioner of agriculture Nt'lt'Rotarllllead effective messages -duetsn

for t.ontlnsen. developing Into) quite an Indus You should mike Inquiry In regard I I painting, remodeling, rebuilding. .' discussed. the successfulUvelrpment L. A, Gray, elected by directorsof runIC: "Good Night Here, nut
dies 30000 try In some of our neighboring to, this matter by writing Take a little ride around In the car of the present five the Rotary Club last week to al at( Morning Up There," unj

ccuntles and knowing that the to the Communion: of Cume and. next Sunday' afternoon and really state farmer's markets located at succeed, Jo. E. Wlljon. resigned "''.v :irate. Is diffident' Little

Total -.--.r,$8,10o"oO plant grows plentifully In Bradford Fresh Water, Fish" Tallahassee, .I .see what Is going on in the Sturke SanfordVauchula, Ocala f'hlpley conducted the meeting at noon Shirley four years old sang sw.!<''ItI -

Uldou'N Pension County her desired the latest 'I"rltl ." I' residential sectionsand' take the I 'rv.l Live Oak and I stated plans are Wednesday. A committee composed I'I Iv two chotu.ses. In addition. to thi

"others Pensions _$1,500,00 Information on the subject. The next time Emmett writes ; hint to heart! under. way to Immediately Install of T. F Landrum R. F.' I above music for the evening' a new ;ir
Caily this week he receivedthe toe Information on deer tongue -- -- idditional ones at East Palutka. Clark and T 1C. McCl.inn, Jr. waspKlnted musical group, the Parker family 1,- ;

Tr"1( ...$1,500,60 following letter from the U. be will probably refer to It as I Births : Palmetto and Pen acol... | to see about purchasing I gave a couple of numbj-rs- -some

Agricultural Fund S. Department of "trlllsa odoratUsima.;' Us technical Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lowe, The r.ew dairy products labora- acme Rotary Ins'gnla'! signs to place I new local talent lIevel Jplug-. Wit h

Bounty Agents Salary .. 900.00 Bureau of Biological : name Perhaps this; will be Etarke.. girl. July 28. cny at the University of Florida 01 the highways coming! Into'I I violin, mandolin, guitar and a rv -

of Outstanding "Dear Sir: We have grlCUlture// more familiar to the Washington \ Mr, anJ Mrs, Robert Bryant I Stance: Just out.4i.le the city lim leal saw they firm quite an or-
( II I I card request for : bureau Penney Farms, girl. July 10. (Continued On Page Eight) Its I i I ch. *tra with a fUIU '.
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I' HIGHLANDIdell CerrevnuNetd. : *. .,. J. Yurbrough, Cor. Mrs. \\'. .\. f I..
I I III .*. !..!. MM l.rwlK. C.cr*.*.......t '\Miss. Vera Gainey, Correspondent Mr*. Bryan \\hltfleld. ('or. Ml'*. Ida fttmimn, -- >
''* :: CorrespondentMr t
II 1 l I Nettlf Mr. Purvis Lewis and Milts The play -;sponsored; ;:; by the and children-] Mrs. George Rhames Jr., had' R. C. Kecne of Shamrock has J. C. Dixon of New '' 'Ita
Mrs Cecil McRae and visiting friends
Mr. here
and Mrs. Maxie Carter bliss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville I Brooker P. T. A. last Friday night as her guests this week returned! home after spending a ':
of Mclntosh are guests of Mr. and andMn. I Mrs. Joe Lee .
this of
of Nr\
I and family with his cousins apFr
Pad. Howard
Krancll Starling and Arthur spent last wek here with their" was a grand success. This play Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Mrs J. S. all of Bar- few days 'the week-end withMrs. "

gett visited Daytona Beach Sun. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis "How the Story Grew" was given Mrs. T. W. Shuler and son Wesley I Alice Fancl-er, I section. B. 1.. Bryant moths,
tow. O. B. Johns and
The and Mrs.
married ladies. Mr.
by eight
dllY.Mr.. and Mrs. Owin Marr of and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. and ladles all acted like real actresses.The and Mrs. Kay Roberta and i Miss Elsie Duugherly of Ingle fatally were visitors to Lake Butter Mr. and Mrs. Ltw\" -,guns, c
R. B. Thomas moved to .
{ Momma and Mr. and Mrs D. L. Mr. and Mrs. cake walks also created lots daughter Margaret have Wood Tein.' who hdseen spending Saturday. Miami spent a part .. ,alt! t Wet
.f I Miss Hazel were shop. Maurice Edwards home In here
daughter the
brother visiting his
Q Rigby of Tampa visited J, T. Marr Gainesville Saturday. I of fun for all. both old and young. several wee s -Alth her A. J, and Charney Yarbrough mothe ana tat@!:

and family here Sunday. ping In Each of the following people won Starke. Rev W E. Daujherty, has returned v.ere business visitors to Luke er, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. n'?,,??

Delothu Starling and children of'' H. Mr. and Mis. ... M. Bradley have home. Mr. and Mrs. W
and Juanita a cake: Ovid Lewis. Mrs. R. to her M I
Butler FrlMy. J
k Misses Myrlam I man ,
"h }' k c Rowe of Lake Alfred spent last LaCrosse spent last Sunday here I Tlpton. Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs.C. visiting them their daughter and Rev. A. J. Turner of Gainesville E. E. Yarbrough has returned Rising spent Sunday/ ,tit lit

4J week here with Mm. David Rowe. with Mrs. J. B. Thomas. J. Crews Clyde Kelley and her husband! Mr. and Mrs. Edward w preach\ at the Baptist Church i home from Jacksonville where he brother and r-ln-inw!:, Mr ,

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dabson and Muldrow of Jacksonville their son I Mrs. W. A. Tyler
and Mathews.The
{ Mr. and Mra. R. L. Crews Joyce next Sunday. | spent a few weeks.
children and Miss Doris Harrisonof sons and Mrs. Ollie Anders were this,1 net returns for the eveningwere Jack Bradley of C. C. C. Camp of Mrs. W. A. Johns of Miami Is Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. Mrs. Willard Rigdon of F rnan4lr

Starke visited Mr. Crews' father all visiting In our section twenty-eight dollars.P. Brooksville and Mrs. Bradley's sister visiting her grandmother Mrs. I. I A. J. Yarbrough and son and spent the week-end wither ug

F. M. Crews here Sunday. week. I and her huebund. Air. and Mrs. J. Priest, this week. Mrs. Johns Charney Yarbrough and Rethea Mrs. J. J. ManningMr.

Miss Pattie Wimberly Is upending Mrs. W. M Hodge and daughter I T. A. l\.tot. B. Adams of Atlanta Gu. is remembered as Miss Floy Green Bradley were visiting Mr!*. E. E. I and Mrs. Arthur igJoaittena,

t this week In Starke with Misses Mrs. Elva Norwood of Auburndale> The Brooker P. T. A. held Its J. G. Putnam Jr., and his daughter and spent her school days here. I Yarbrough Sunday In Jacksonville Jacksonville spent the \\e-k-er

+.F Oleeta and Ruby Green. were visiting in our section re-1 regular meeting Monday afternoon Margaret, have returned to Next Sunday August 8, will be where she is In St. Vincent's Hospltal. with his parents Mr an Mrs.

q cently. 2. Several Important their home In Birmingham Ala., imecoming Day at the Christian Rigdon..
Mrs. Verdie Wells here with of Lake Mrs City Ef- There was a large crowd that I ;i I things were discussed by the members after visiting Mr. and, Mrs. Bryan Church. There will be services I| Mrs. Gladys Carter wan visiting M. Griffis of Saxtor s vlti

spent Carter.Monday attended the annual meeting at present.It Whitfield. morning... afternoon and nlffht. The In Jacksonville Friday. Ing In this section Sumi,,

t tie I will fill the pulpit ........ Mr. and Mrs. W. R
Little Rock Church last Saturday: 'i was voted to authorize Mr. Mr. and ]Mrs.! Munn of Brunswick Rev Daughertys -- finer
a Mrs. Lucile Woods and little of and services. Everybody Is children of this aeetu. .
Mr. all
Ga. at
were guests
and Sunday.
I base ball mitts. The In
Baker to buy Good Future
} laughter, Geraldine of Will la ton, theweekend. and participate Sunday school at Pine
I Miss Mrs Martin Griner during Invited to be present ;, I w SuiJ
visited relatives here Friday. Miss Frances Smith and i same amount is also to be.. spentfor
j in the service. Mint Growing day.
last week herewith for smaller ,
Donnie Mann spent play equipment the
Buster Butler of Maxvllle wasa I Is ,
Jacksoa spending
visited here Miss Doris Mann and Miss' grades. Room mothers( were elect Misses Julia Thomas and Jewel Mrs. W. R. Hendricks Says -
Sunday. this week with her husband Mr. -
Ha/.el Thomas. ed for each room to be of service Harvell of Milledgeville Ga., are 1 At Your
Mi. and Mrs. Melvin Prescott William Jackson of Lake Wales.The Service
Those troth here who were in j to the teacher. The members also guests of Mr and Mrs. L. E.I I
a have their new home completed and Development In the Florida
voted $10 is to be paid on the Prince. During the week Miss':
Valdosta, Ga., this week were Lee
In time this ( School of- mint leaf
expect'' to move some followingSunday i mucklunds of a $3,000,000
balance due on the stage curtain. Thomas and Alma! Hurvrll visitedpoints | j I
week. Crosby and son Albert Lee J. W. I i extract menthol II
Miss\ Mildred Morgan's room won of Interest in the southern I 1 fleers have been appointed to serve | Industry to crystals I

I ; Mrs. L. J. Norman nnd MISS Cleo Padgett Lonnie Mann Henry 1 the prize for the most motherspresent. part of Florida. | the school for the ensuing year. i for medicinal and flavoring II

a 1' ( Norman of Mlmmi spent the weekend !Shaw; and George Prestolt. i i Cradle Roll-Mrs. J. WH Home purposes are foreseen by Rep. Joe I
t Thursday afternoon AIis. J. C.
s; here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. \\'. Lewis and / : and Mrs. Doris Hicks. I Htndricka of DeLand who has appealed -
-- Wallace had an Informal gatheringof ,I
E i C M. Griffis was a business visitor children! spent Sunday at GVuhum' The Bionker baseball team motI | friends.! to play bridge with her |I I I Beginners- Mrs. Dun Johnson before the house ways and
with Mr. and Mrs I. W. Dyal. 'and Mrs Clifford Rhames. bill
I to Starke Monday. a
/ % I committee supporting
ored to Micanopy Sunday after-I II mother, Mrs. J. H. Mynihan of 1 I means WITH AMERICAN-
I noon. After a fine game from both Jacksonville, who Is her guest. As Primary--Miss Gladys Rhames placing a $1.50 tux a pound on GAS AND OILSBennett's
I II |I land I Mrs. K. B. Watte rson.Juniors .
i tt tI i teams Brooker was defeated by a. holder'! of high score Mrs. J. A. Lander Japanese mint.Hendricks I
: Wattersou
-Mrs. Mary
l -
# 1 score of eight to seven. A large I i won a box of powder and Mrs. stated he had grown Serv. Sta.
'Mrs. L. J. and Miss Elaine
,7 For Expert RepairingSmith's crowd from here attended the )I I R. C. Drew was lucky In receiving :: Wynn. Wynn the Japanese mint plant successfully AM) LI NII ItOUM

game i iI an attractive novelty as the consolation :, on mucktand.! of the Mont

I The farmers In this community I I.I. prize Alia Wallace gavehet' Intermediate-Miss Willie Mae | Verde school farms near Orlando
I.i of At Hlnson, and Mrs. W. N. Morrow. and he Is "convinced' the cultivation -
mother box
Rate i[ very busy at the present get- ],' a powder.
ting their tobacco graded and to the end of the games an iced salad Young People l -- Miss Alta of this plant can become an

r Garage the market. Several trips to the 'I com Be was served. RhTmes and Mrs. Warren. )I important cash crop to Florid: ,
I I Adult Dible Class--A. J. Turner
(, j various markets have already been llr, and Mrs B. C. Prince have farmers. I p
and Mrs. T. J. Guy.
i made by the men as their guests Mi. Prince's parents He said! Japan has been the
Phone 120 I Supt. R. E. Turner. -
Mrs. L. B. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Prince of Assistant L. J. and principal source of menthol crys- d
Supt. Wynn
had as their guest the past Dublin Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. I tals for American Vicks salve &&I0.s.eWi91g

Wrecker Service Day or Night I week-end their cousin. Miss Clara i: Montlow and two children of Montgomery I J. Secretary W. Horne.and Treasurer. Radal ,chewing gum and flavoring und >I ;

I Hentz of Bristol. Miss Hentz at Ala, and Air. and Airs. L. j w he n prices rose to $20 a pound
.. Boyd, J. assistant Doris Hinson. I
.j the present Is a student of the B. Dunzey of Homestead. Commiteee fifteen ;years :"go, the Vicks company -

'l I l I Bummer school at the University of Lovene Green of Reddick Is visiting I Ada Nimmo I employed chemists to study

Floi'Ida, I her cousin. Mary Jo Caldwell. Alia Rhamea J'ipant-se" !' culture of the plant thor-

: 1l I Mr. und Mrs. P. A. Crosby were Mrs. Joule Mack has returned I Mis. M. L. Watterson fl'Y''Y' experimented with Its OLE

IIi4, WHAT delightfully entertained Thursday home after a week's visit with her I I plo.'.uction in Florida.

4, h v'If afternoon July 22 by a visit from sister in Oca la. HISt' 'HEDl'LE ': Hendricks said this threat subsequently 1 ACKSONVILLEFLORiDA

j Southbound forced prices down to
their children. After visiting with ---- -

their (parents! and among them- ('1(1UN: '; No, 205-Due Starke 5:15: p.m .ts present level of $3 a pound and

selves ilelicinu.i refreshments were No. 207--Due Statke 11:45: p.m the development' of the Industry in CARNEtl:; AND9. w1ar" ?..

IS YOUR staved by Mrs L. A. Futch Mrs. I BRADENTON Hold<1 on to your : No. 203- .Due Starkc 12:15: p.m I California.The ENJOY SUMMER COMFOJI< sIM

eats, folks; we're going to spin a | No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: am ....... ,....ool haul ,ft .h. h... ol 1 dtE ..
L. B. and Miss Madeline bill introduced
i l s si Crosby I crime yarn. H. E, Mower Biuden- new was by wee 1.ohtoevik., ..iy 000" .Ih ae M.la..rtell
Ciosby. ton credits his ten-foot NorthboundNo. Rep. Harry ShepharJ, California! ".- .NaaheiII.'i5, .Mel.
i, I j Those present with Mr. and Mrs. I grocer pet 202-Due Starke 1:50: p.m. to protect and develop the. Sl.OOO- __ bQt'... Every Bed .,th ...........
boil constrictor with the
+ j foiling ,' No 204--Due Starke 4:15: ..le..ed ...dl.., Let' R''I''a
fAVOWTE Crosby on this occasion were: R. 1 pm. UOu Imlustiy\ In that state. .
r robbety of his store Sunday night No. Starke" eats ..*!..f.... .
,y t h''I G., A. D., E. B., and. C. C. CrosbyI Thieves he told police pried boards 20Due 9:15: p.m. AIR CONDITIONED

I all\ of Yukon Mr. Tom Dukes and No. 208-Due Starke 3.33: : a.mTTo. COCKTAIL IOUNOI CO"C (ISO
from the of the store and went 1'hsek.
I Van Dukes of Lake Butler and Mr. I inside. Imagine their surprise 211 Due tae! S.03: :a.m. MalariaCOLDS I IISa.wIe."..... ltd..,

) 'I iOrr and tiles H. P. Gainey Mr. and when their flashlights assuming Starke Bus Agent: Bea8ley'sService 6 6 I $too 10 R.... its

i MAGAZINE Mrs. S. M. Mott. Mr. and Mrs\ A. ''thl'v had i'La..t.- .. .. Station opposite courtUWUkn. In A day. ca-;. flOO 54 R_ 1111
".-. ,--,1'l'JI1. lOOKing them'rlih in teen fed Ato0. -. ... ,kit
+ iw L. Crosby*..Mj; ajv&j/ft?: d. g; Crosby the .. Iw. dM.11d .. wnrMnrouNo

and Mla Madeline all eyes. Mower sold they left so NOTH.: or .IPPLi1'r1OY' 1....,'." fleet .. .......
Crosby FOH .TVVT' der t .. '
p'pd Tit UFIU ,
hurriedly : :
: 'i' rw WILL FIND IT f/ERE of Brooker. I hat they forgot their crow- > <....nt.. HIM '%... Itrtl: .ALIE".(;..! ............ .1 If! ILwAlrrwlr: .". ..O: (_011310 I '
Nothing .
was missing and thestorekeeper .VOTK'IJ: ) Ii" rlKKKBV: fSIVIOX.: : Tint Mln.l.nerr
An- and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and i nhas, a crowbar he Mrs Leah K N'eftlex, holder of Vi "Itull-My-Tl.m"-World'. B.. -----.0.
children of Jacksonville were visiting didn ..r Tax Certificate N... 1.IH: |I"..UC.!| Lln'.....,
have before his stole was the Srd. day of
Aiiirimt A. D.
1'fU I : ,
1 1 her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. I broken Into The boa constrictor ? hart fll-d. HUIII In my "'firs and haM 1
., ; MCCAII'S R. Gainey Monday. mud npplli'iitlnn for a tax deed to 1-
,+ tgs Mrs. J. J. |IOh. ,yes, ; it came in a shipment ofi ,, ha IMXIIH.I. thnreon I Said. i-ei.tlflratoKinhriicen FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Morgan: had as her the .
i bananas followitiK deoiilhed
Et eighteen
A lit-
; Story Pictorial rrER ES guests: Sunday her sister Mr. and 1 tic bit of a tyke,, yenta it was ago.then but I>.StaiM lirt>l,vrtv of Fli.rl.li.In the.. O.untv to-%vlt::of HI'n.tro..d.j I 311 Many Sears Elperirt'e| ( MuKes It Possible for 3li.. t. l'IO: t

SffyfewI :': 's. Steve Brannen: and childrenf IllocU six n
good (IH .tM( In CroKliv
treatment and plenty of food riTICIENT PROMPT( ,and OI'HTEOrS: HKKVIlr.IOUKK : I',
Lake Butler. Lake Sh"ree' ,In Southeiint.. 'Jiliii-:. I I
) has done wonders for It. Mower t It'r of Settd.ii,, :24! *" In Nnl thrust : .VTK IMtlCKSDoXVITT :
; An. and Mis. R. At. Gainey and raid he CJuaiter' of portion 21
keeps it in a ca.?e.I .
I ,,
daughter, Eloise, and Mrs. Galney's I TulvtlHlilp II South, ItllllKM: 21 C. JONES
"Inat1'he .
A ---- -- .
f.itlur spent part of last week In I : asuonHtnent of the sold tarke FloiidaLEDGER
t'r QAtleq9t Miami as guests of Mr, and Mrs. arty" under, the mild.. t,.-i,.title.ntt> I"-
!'; : Htifdat. In the iiHine of A. J.'. Mar -
G 6 M Q fy n m:'i Rlko Dorsoy Ivy. 1! fotteI'nleHs.
ma.t a Cabinet at
C.zYyrani Cone's
John Plnholster, who has been suggestion Mild certificate skull .he. re1ccotrd -
YL tmHti.a m.N1I r1 r(, Q 1wnU, '- $ voted to postpone for a year i, accoidintr, tit. law the ,prop.ieity .
1 O 1.1 p,, spending some time' here as guestof denrrllied therein will l h8 sold.
., E Moms' e' f3 C M.1- Yr his mother Mrs. A. J. Pinhol- "at least" the expenditure of monty to the hlHheHt. lililder.. at the court
p Q 1 to air-condition '' boas door" on the first Monday In I OUTFIT I
tM W VA. Non C/114 Yr. ster j the Senate '
Ma i 2 Q Ma ? / =1 Y has returned to Tampa. I ''Ih.. nitiiilh of .September. IM7! : whlr-h
chamber and install 'I. .
an electric roll the Bih day of
t Mrs. Alma Alathia and S.ptenlh.r. 11117.
Rod t0onln, ib Mlea 00'5 N Mahan-I daughter call system In the new house chamber. I r)nled. this litth! day of July.. 1837.
to ai en Pp. Petty Jean of Jacksonville who ( (OFFICIAL SEAL. )
a OalalvV11 ides t'/r/ Q MOryj Wwd S?Y. has been spending a while here as ', Comptroller J. M. Lee said! !! A. J. THOMAS
a.au .w r Q Plygt q Nast' "We've i I'lerk of Circuit Court of
got need for i !
/trt.. tb Yr !guest; of her mother Airs. Alice I, every cent of I II 1 KrHdford County. Florlda.
0.11sailino.. k.t 1 Y4a money we can 7-8t-5t- ..20IV
QQ 'it ry--1 Thomas has returned home. I I gather We're go-
,11d ?
ptSaAS. mQ to have -
111..1 ',aku1U l t YI Q jog, hw arte .1 M; Air. and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson ,. to rake and scrape to I I THE'IRCt'IT, (OIRT FOR
YI. Q and children spent get the money needed to keep the BHtUKOHII e'o1'Y'rt', fl.OIII-
I d,1 Wra.Ok NMyNi Saturday night ,I actual live and 1)I.Y f'11. KHV.j : .
4' YR as guest of her sister Mr. and Mrs.R. necessary matters j ISAAC K. C'Altt.TO.V' ,
fit "oing. I f 1 I'oinptalnani.
r.. W. Brannen of Lake Butler I ... DIVOr.CE

Mrs. Alice Oliver and grand. 5O'1'll'I.F SPPIJ5 O- i EFFIK (j IKNKV'A: .: CARLTON:; .f.

daughter Miss Muriel Thigpen of 'OR 'I'IY ...::1.:.. i Defedunl.oRUEFi .
Pulatka are spending a while hereas NOTM-K 1 IS l1I1'Hr-: : Y ll\'KV.:: Tint '01-ICf.: TO """.:"".
I'C orra wo. Ii ... orna .O 1 f guest of the former's daughter L. t I. Porker" holder I of'l'sx Vrllfl- THR 1O !' ante No. 7.1.; IXMIHI fleneva i'ailton y. hoti rr
i f i H.mp>i .r. I Tf.l | I T". All Iwra nd son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. B. F. August A. ri Iii I I. the tuiH, 3.1.rilfit iliiv. of oddreuM.. IM unknown :
6> ? 3 oNr Huzen. In 'niv nrrii'K mud. linn mud" npnllc.iI"imn ,I[: It.!IF hereby oirlered, t thnt von art .
Magadan =
'. I kMOmv B ) $210 A }i2.40 -. ..- (linn her nin for. u H.ilil lax certificate d..I.<> b.rml 1..1' i September re. m11.h..b! 8th..day the of .

ih" rnllowliiK' ilcKfrlhed' ....".. I I above entitled., Court to the bill of :the
RISING the ('"nly or |ira. ,"!.. Edna. Florida to-wlt: entitled ratine' : and that the
vrrKK mj.rkl a Correspondent .
M.w_, 1 Yr.i tYa NswuMongRa Yea Northcax Uunrtor' of HnntliKuor ,: Bradford (County Telejgraph ,In herehy .
All r..e AN air .. tleniicnHted .UM the duly' I
Quarter le .. qualifiediteWHfmper RVBYAa
2M..<>ri- A I> r- ow 2 ...ny A r_ O.IrIy Alias Rubye and Lucille Patton Section 18 Township Month. six 7 Arre Hniilli.. of, I,. In -Mthlfli thin' ORDKRMhatl
} published
I once week
n for
1' Huns-e 20 Kit'xt.
E= ( S returned to their runUlnlng: 34;| four roMMentllve/ .
1 B $2.25, 3 B $2.50 home In Orlando Acre*, male or I I.HN v eltiiWltneNn
Iy | 01'aeF' Thursday after attending .a short The lixm.iiKMient rf the mild prop.erly otarki,11Finn, N.at of thlv I I rdlea.
under the HUM cert irieato i. I Court at > thin th. .ro.piioaal .a1..1 l Coiuutiha
course for nurses at Camp Roosevelt mieil. wan In the name of I>i&vld- 11th oI'IY of July A. P. f! J7. .. )J.al1.c biad.r 200 ledqd

and spending a week with Miss f'olemun.fiilen... lOFFlCfAI.A J SI THOMAS.An :41.1: .ta tad A-Z :28 cIi..I..u.. ..
'i said
A-- ..,f MM ...... t..*1tY.. a .......sa loll Edna Lewis and Thelma Conner. .a........dl..1r erllflcul. : to law. shell the he redeemed Cleik, of Circuit. Court UbUd..Houndisdnrabl.fmilatla,
APNlI 0.-. L71 ...... ..... _. LMA..d Miss Anna Shattler of Jackson- deni. .rlhf d .therein will ha prop.arty sold l for Flrndford County Plot. Ida Utcwr, aloes wecl fir Mac St. _
a IN-ga---- LM 0.. .... M ......S r. .... to the hl..h..1 bidder HI the court K. K. PnRUVMA.V: back with ..toaatto. \ locking d..i<:-.
..- -. r. Q..d. LM OPP..LNry IIoo!.. I.. -ee LM ville Is spending several weeks with hfili... door. cm I the firm, '.Mi>ndAtr In Solicitor' for Complainant.. Plink bulbs tat quick sob ... Sh...K ar. whim
........ I the 7-16-5t-8-13 opiiln9
G.rM. .N Ps' LMCwd Misses Melva and l month of September, Ul31. which .MIW
c I." r C I'" Dorothy Cros In the 8th day of September U 17. _u_ _______ ___ Ivoiydal* hugs. peps 24 lubrtuiM. > 8 9H UcbM.
LB.ram" .... Pay....i c.a... ... by. I ITommle I Unfed thin 20'h. clay o( July, 19:IT. ::\oT11'F: OK 4PPI.IC- "'TIO
c.ANr. ...... LM ... N. 0 -, .... Lewis returned to his (fOI"I"'lt'LAt. SR.U.: ) Fop Tax: DRKDNOTI'i as.oa .... D..r.a.. Pd..Kook
CeIIIet'. __ ..... .. A .I. '
THOMAS. I .. .
'e Bill % :"
: N..u I 75c.rr. -. 1 YaP1MMarll e 11.........M. ILa.awla .. home Sunday after spending two | Cleik of C'lrvult I'onrt of IS HKHKBV' (110 K.V:;, That $4.00
7 1 loll M. 1. ...... ....*1,,_ .... weeks In Plant City visiting rela-' rirndfordounly. Klorld.i. Lloyd J. ftreen lie Ine* A. Oreen 030008 Ruby Led," Oa.-....
I' DiIde .....,. I.... ..,1.... .... I taa.1suI)_ .... 7-2.1-M-8-2 holdern of 2-A of Tax. Certlfli-ale. No. oaooo7 Ruby Led..e Oudit-Black 4.00
e ....... .. ._ lives. I ----- ,
r am ro-L a ye- LN .... Ile. InHtied the Hid. day. of A'>lI'.t.
.,, 1'1." std .e.sa LS. It..l.w N N.Lw ...4.H. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of I rlrrll K OK\PPI.If TIO\ A. t>. I'J.II. him filed Name In my of.
1'Ie__ Qraww .... _. '-.I FOBTit; )KKIenntr > flee. and h..M made' applli'atlon fora
A5 N..4i ..e. I.'. _.. PJo.y 5..01 Gum Branch spent Sunday as dinner ,I <'( Hill R'(1 KM tax. deed to h.* iMHtied thereon. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
i t' ,' N_ red aetre.r LU Nom Is'... IA1.s guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Nf)1'I.. : IS iii ii.: l\'K.V.:: That Snld certiflc>at.. emhrat-'eM. the fol
I'' N..aaeld. ......... I.'. lP..M s14 10. t. Parker hnlilor. LIM.r' w..kir. 1.-"" laW. 1.70 Conner.MiHiKtna. C'I''I..1.. No. 70 tHHiied. the 3rd day of County. of Hradford. state of Flor
LI brerr DI.- 4,00 tea. .....( Mgal.. I." Conner of Gum Branch I1"'. A. f>. 1K1I. has filed Kama. Ida. ti.>-wlt :
J f .1CcIII. ......... ..01 W_'. NaW 1.10I I ni.v, nfriii and. hue( mud. .e uppllcHtlon I.too Six & Saves of rlloik' GET THE MOST OfT OF TOUR MOTOR WITH
spent Saturday night with Miss i[ for n tin d,..e. <1 to lie iHMiietiI Kleven: Temple Addltlfrn, tn
Melva Crosby l I: thereon. Hiild < ri llflcnte. eniliruieH. Starke In NortheaMt quarter of KOOL MOTOR
w / I I I j\(, the fiillowhiK.' dewrlhecl properly In Northwent Quarter A Part, of
I y AIlxs Irine Lewis' returned to the "unly 4>f """U"'eI. Suits. of I Went Half of N..lh..1 'Jiiar.i .
her home Monday after spending ]I Klorlda.. '''-WII.N".h..1 i ter U>nr of hallway & Noith- GASOLINE! AND Oif. S I IVtK
| I Wnniter of .. d1SERVICE
Hotithwent I v Mt Corner of Houthenat Quar.Irr STATIONS AUKT: 1
Gentlemen several I clays with Atlas Mary Mott hurter of Settl"M IS TownHhlp "f of NorthweNt c,/iinrte,. of IN \I1FORI COUNTY!
'I, 7 South name 20 Kii.t. rontitln- I Sfi-tlon K WITH A COMPLETE LINK: OF
of Brooker TownHhlp II> Month
i i I 1111/ 41)) .\.....-.., Inn <.,. ,IMKH. Il'tn" 23 .:....1.
I I enclose $__for which pleas tend m. Mrs. Martha Youells of Green i The /nMHeNi.iiitnt. of the. sold prop. The a...*fiMMielit of the Hnld property CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

1 I the magazines I ball. checked together. withyear' aI Cove Springs! Is spending, two I erty under wan In the the nalil ,i-ertlfcute( HMiieii under the mild,. rertlflratu. ,IHeiieil THF. NKVT: : T.Hr.'oln! : :MOTOR'RI'NS HOT f.KT: : .T.'I\t
name of l uvld was In the IIHIIIII of
I 1' subscrIption to your newspaper weeks visiting Mm E. J. Lewis and ('''!..mnMt'nlettc. I'nlepM scud certificate' Hhall hf l's.'deemed KOOL-MOTOK: GASSO INE FROM: ONE uF THE:

other relatives\ here. said certificate/ shall lie redvemetl ', aicotdlnir ti> law. the propeltv 1 STATIONS: -o
Fuy ', .eoiitlntr \n law. the ,property d..lh..d thetelli will lie, fohlto
/t{ Name_ Mrs. Heater! Dickaon' and.! claugh- ', MrHieil. therein will .lie sold to : the hlichenc hMder( nt the court Kitty's -- Dad Penders 13.
j / the hlffheM bidder At the nturt hoiiie door on the first, M.mtljv In
I ter. Wilma of Waldo spent Sunday I Ii'toss .l nor ox l lire ft ret Monday In the month of September( IM374: II West End Sta. Harrison's ( Broo er)
1 Street or R. P. D with Airs. K. J. Lewis ,: the month of Meptetnlier. II'.17.: whlrh which In the Oth day of September, )
f ifRlf! l I. 'h. 0th dime., of Mepleniher ll''ll:': 19J7! D. E.
t 1 f *- Doted title 20th lny of July I (19:11.: Pitted. thl. I 11th day of July 1937.IOKF1CHI. ROBERTS, Agent
i'I : Town and State J According to estimate, the I Kit I 'KlflAI SK: \ I.IA S4KAL) BRADFORD AND UNION CONTIE'.
.1. TIIOMAfl.Melk !'. A J. THOMAS' !' ,
White House and Its grounds are )I of "I'lrrult (Court of Clerk of I'lrrult f'ourt. of WORTHINGTON SPRINGSPA.GE
-------- ------ valued at J.M.936.000.: Prnilfoiil fuunty FIt.rl.I. I I Bradford County, Klui'Ida. I
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In Unusual LIFETIME (','RF.. R? DisbursementsHit

Service SundayThere New Peak

If a young man or woman just .......... ... '...... ." .....,.. ... ,
out his her life work ..
starting on or ,
will be an extraordinary :i TALLAHASSEE Florida Tiea- ;:;:-:- 'J
walked into banker's office and
a .net '
home-coming celebration next Sunday sury r'cf'lptlland disbursements \
1 at the First Christian Church anked for a loan, agreeing in returnto new records In the fiscal. year 1

h at Hampton. The Rev A. Paul turn over all earnings, how which ended June 30. going above .
much would the risk be worth
Daugherty Pastor of the Greenville $45,000,000 for the first time.State "l )
Avenue Christian Church I] A professor at Columbia Uni- ::: Treasurer \V V Knott repotted "
I versity has Just completed an
Dallas, Texas: will preach, at the receipts were $48.612,303 -"I
eight-yeur study of this interestingquestion
and disbursements $47,1129.279.66. <
11 o'clock hour
and in a summary of results -,
raised theTreasury's
favorable difference
The q .
The Kcv. Wm. D. lJaughl'rty.Palltor to the
attempts answer question balance to $6,627,43876on
of the First (Christian .
The Dr Harold F
professor 1 of this against $r- a
July year
Church Mayfield Ky., second of I Clnrk, In charge of Educational' 944,40847 the previous July 1lllgheiit ). J154
the three brothers will preach at Economics at Tenchei
College j disbursements
previous 'j rq i ii
3pm. aided by a troop of research work- '' were. $44,313,18075. The mime year &Iki

Then the Rev. J. Chas Daugher- ;: en, studied 4,000 magazines and | receipts were $35.020,73(5( 66

ty Pastor of the First Christian several thousand books on occupa- | The State budget Commission. In i -

Church Nacogdoches Texas, and tional Incomes in American and I a report covering the preceding ten Y yg

the baby of the family will preach ,, European libraliea. The results In fiscal years, listed I receipts of $H. .i'L : -
4r '
g at 8 o'clock) p. m. sixteen occupation are set forth i( 802.952 and disbursements of L tlw y ry le r

There will be a basket cl'nner!' at In the; following table: $13.32)t,223) by the Treasury in

the noon hour. Piesent the fiscal year whli-li ended June

,e The three Duuglietty bl'OtherR. Value :30 1)136.:

4 with their wives and children are ut, Average I The lecelpts for 1036 maiked I l the

visiting their parents the" Rev. and ;: Earnings,: for first time the figure had crossed
Mrs VV E. Daugherty The first Wonting Woikinga : the $400Ulono mark Highest pievious being\ erected for
to the moll\ city
I First view of the entrance
two born in Occupation Life Span Lifetime $37.tl7t1fIUI.36( in
sons were Hampton fijsine wns International Imposition: on Treasure
from the expression! on the faces of Zoe Dell JLantls, Medicine _.______ 42 $108000 the" 11(0: Golden Gate
Judging: International Exposi- during their father's Hampton pastorate 1935 Island, In San Francisco I ..v. !More than 20,000,000 persons arespettf'11
pirate irlrl of the 1939 Golden Gate I Law ,.___.__ 43 J0.r>..000Deniistiy : World's Fair
which began fortythreeyears attend the
Calif. to
preUv the
Johnston!' president of the Angels Camp I Major disbursements In past
_______ 43 515,400
Ster"Club, who Is seen here as a miner there's plenty of pay. ago. fiscal year were $11,715,715 for
!Miss Lantis uncorks the smile All former ministers and members Engineering43 95.300Atchitfcture / 'the. general" revenue fund which
atitheJI ltloa.ITownsend
dirt in than. :. __ 43 82,500 and drive for collections! |
seals plans for a 'FortyDinerIlninl! Camp" pu ate invited. Those unable to pays governmental operations. $S,. I \\ '('k" a

attend please write letters to be College Teaching<: 41 69300 1576.800.39! for State highways $9- made, without the unpleasant f"a'i i

read by the present Pastor the ,, Social Work ____ 45 51,000 lures of the uMiuil attempt nt the
the ,
pointed out also that two percent : 10 .687.37 for county bund I letlre- i I
Rally transaction tax will not be I Rev :Mi Travis who is In charge : Journalism ----_ 46 41.500 ments, and $10.500000 for public iollectlon of overdue accounts.

Monday Night passed on to the ultimate consumer of the arrangements of the Home Ministry ._____, 41 41,000 I I schools. As for the dilating of miuked, f

coming. I II Library Work .,. 4H: 35.000 I five-tlollur bills, it helps to make
bin will be absorbed In the sellers Gasoline taxes produced $21- a I.. .. .Ip Ton

Townsend Rally Monday overhead. Two Daugherty quartets, one of I Pub School Tchr 45 29,700 I 253603 of the Treasury's. ,receipts people understand that a win king IS plan. .....ur......

The 2. was fairly well District Organizer Hayes of I which will be the mother, Mrs. W. Skilled Trades .. 44 28.600 I In the pant fiscal year. Other major dollar I Is vastly mOle valuable than r Anl will n.....

runing. Aug. music the E. Daugherty, and her three sons, ; Nursing ______. 40 23,300 sources: Automobile licenses the mere hundred cents It topicents. ) Tsar ta..atlaar.
by followed with stir-
Special Gainesville a (
tended .. .....
\ Unskilled Labor 44 15,200 .rr'.r.
has been
will baskets and The
Ferol and her Ring Bring your 5530.522, occupational licenses "
Cones children Miss ring presentation. of the truth that I'
I spend the entire day--the most, unusual I Farming ___-_" 51 12,500 $2,127,168. liquor and, bee taxes In surly stunts, to push the dollar
Charles was thoroughly only us the Townsend Plan Is enacted -
brother day in the long history. of Farm Labor __. 51 10,400Of as fast aa it can travel from
estate taxes $1,059,512: ,
Ljojed. Following this Mr. Ogden into law Is there any real I I $2879,117,
) I this church. course, it must be understood butcher 10 baker and candlestick
insuiance taxes $804,560,
[resident of the Keystone Heights hope for our young people as they .. that these figures represent the : piemlum makershowing on the note attached
-- -- --- -| -
and slot machine licenses 626810.
address, schools.
a rousing are graduated from our
tub. gave I Including the" much five-do.l.ir boo I IOil
OI'POKTrNITY: FOR *:M ILL. i average rompaiatie how a
tbich he emphasized especially Only In this way can these and the 1 'I CSEUITII.ll '
BUSINESS MAN failures as well ait the brilliant (: THE RIND? cnn do In u community.
Townsend Plan Is a national millions of unemployed be privi-
hat the t I successes. Otherwise the yearly ,, What has become of I the old-
measure and should tofind worthwhile and adequately In a recent I Issue of Haiper'sMagazine But as we mild in the beginning,

Vot lie tecovery thought of as a pension leged gainful work and thereforeit John Allen Murphy average incomes would be so low :I time "Pay'Up Week" that brought what hiii become of the old "Pay-

writes on Can the Small BusinessMan us to discourage any normal young relief to long-suffering people ? Week and what has happenedto
Up ,
fclan. Also that It is the only plan is only In this way that we can I'
Survive ?" He covers business person There ale lawyers physicians I What has happened to the traveling the tiavelinK five-dollar bill that

tbout efore the our country needed that recovery.can bring He forestall S'') threatening the evils of Communismnow and Industry generally, and pays/j/'I'1 and other professional, men : five-dallar/ bill that paid, and paid and paid and paid?, .Melbourne -

'special attention to I who earn as much In single year | paid and paid Times.

A committee of five was appointed which he says: "With scarcely an d I'as the totals given. The point is I An excellent time to observe

Sufferers of to make nominations for I exception, retail establishments of I I I' that, given any kind of a break, the ', such a week Is in a Florida sum-

club officers, for t the rest of the the United States started. humbly budding young man or woman In ; runtime when too ninny of us get :

STOMACH ULCERS.HYPERACIDITY year. :The election will be held at In most cases the young storekeeper these occupations can expect toearn I'I' Into the habit of hanging: on to our /_

the next meeting Aug 16. It is was his own buyer, clerk win- at least as! much during the f I money as If there never wan to be tJrNAYII'

'to be hoped that greater Interest dow washer and janitor, at first' working life span Indicated in the [ another "season," neglecting to pay .

will be taken from now on In these second column. small bills and seeming to forget
i DEFINITE RELIEF OR Most of the gigantic chains were i ,
MONEY BACK meeting" The movement Is grow- founded with one store and there ,, Wbut won't these collegiate researchers -|I that a dollar In circulation becomes,
Ing fctronger every day and the think to next? lot of as it N 1937
I( were long hard struggles before a up survey i la powerful money e wSERVEL

[ THEWlLLARDTRKATMENITliMfcmudbt prompt. deUnlte roller''InUHMiMivh more buckets. it gets the ultimate ; second was launched. Chains started Tampa Daily Times I travels in a community paying up G

\ i.f ..a...'..i of Stomach and victory will be hastened.. coming with many units have .' -- ''uld bills and buying new commodities ELECTROLUX
due to NyprNtd- '
10 Bwxlin.1,, ,UluraHn.uiiiro of /Or"/ 11.I" ..- -- Ernest Thor.nquest, I rarely succeeded. It appears necessary I HOLE FOR Pi'ILPONF.LAKE :i The 8.ro..N. RefrigeratorSISTRUNK'S' a

doe ,o, Firna Arid MUD. ON Sec'y for a business to establish I WALES Flunk" Scaggs i i Sponsored by some up-anil-com-
For complete Informal -
11 DAYS TRIAL. \ Tilt
!"n. read "Wlllar. ISMMfa Itself slowly laying one btone at a ,I I local dry cleaner ,deckled some pockets ''Inli? organization, the old "Pay-Up FOR HOIID Kr\DMt
.f I H.IM."Auk fur It tr,-MBROWN'S There are 244 banks In the United time have holes for a purpose. A | Week" celebrations were given a'' .mA11. All POIMw ..-

PHARMACY ''I States that ere at least 100 "The evidence is overwhelming )]/i customer brought his I trousers to be festival air It was handled in away

StarUe Florida years old. that the small business man has a piessed Frank sewed it up. I that made it possible for a 1

Again came the trousers with the man to a bill that he had long
: chance pay '
--------- --------
-- --- To that j| hole and again Frank sewed. The I neglected and make a joke of It.
no longer
opportunity j ... .... awl w .
third time much for It Inn t let us hasten Bradford County Dealer-Starke, Flu.I lay.a
# exists for the small retailer to was too Frank I any joke
BRICK COMPANY I I .. ...tlnp."'.....-."rim..... h. la.taw.h.wb..ai..s
who resolved I to fix that to for a business firm or an lrMmro rr..w ...
pocketonce nay ,
and It blind .
grow prosper, to one I I luWtYW shwa Au-.1 naau"Ieh-AW-r "" tMM ....h ...... ...... 'ft
self to the facts. During the de and for all He obtained apiece Individual, to carry the burden of M ....-May ass..etratws

pression. many a little store founded of strong, canvas and ..ewe"1" I "accounts payable"- bills that represent ] I N- ... w.a.a w .-....

3fANf'FACT'RERSCOMMON on a shoe string managed to that inside, giving the punts to!i I service or goods delivered a.P.1) ..... ,. M.-......., .. w.at.r. .
make both ends meet by servingthe the owner The customer returned ; and used but it can be cam,>uflng- 'I'--

BUILDING BRICKRED public honestly and well and infuriated "Confound it," he I ed as a juke during a "Pay-Up .------. --- ---., _
I ----- -------
I now is on the road to expansion. A I cried or something like that, "now

I ( CLAY) chain system that now has many you've ruined my pants. My long-
barrellel pistol just fitted that mORIUAr 4.IGULIGHTS sr AtNNrr1'Ii a
hundreds of outlets in the Western .
RUSSELL FLORIDA I r .._..... i" mane" .
I section of the country was started : hole. '

SPRINGS I by a young man with only a modicum e
j (NEAR GREEN COVE ) foresaw the !il1.O'f1U'lnSE: III'MOIt t
.._ _._._._._ of capital '
-_._-----,- __ ; public demand for stores that There Is a good chuckle in the
'I story of the Chattanooga storekeeper reci
serviceat ,
would l give the best possible
who put an empty cigar' .
Theold up i
the lowest possible cost. .
from little I I box in his store under a sign readIng J"
adage, "Great oaks
: "Police got my slot machine, i I/J t te
MERCURY acorns grow was never better exemplified : 's',
-J: '
than In retailing please put your money here. The I i ,

Today many a little retailer is chuckle comes from the fact that / .' .. Yj
with '| hIs patrons took him at his word I I .
hours a day,
working eighteen I
ambitious plans in the back of his In a few days the box was nearlyfull i 7/.111 FIRS" AND ONLY -

of business and of cOins. oJMAN VEI2 TO BECOME .
head for expansion $ ,
i The American likes a STArE 4 .
incomeplans that will one day average. I oF T1Ir y .
BOOKS and Isn t to
mature and become leahties Today joke, averse throwing IW(2nRM

the small businessman who is away a nickel if It appeals to his (),or I'J.OI1QA"OJZ.J89T.901I i.

awake to the needs and demandsof sense of bunion, The point, however I 188/-/885 eIUMM
is that the customers who
afraid of
the times and isn t D
I "played" thin cigar box got just
unparalleled opportunity I
work, has an
about as much for their money as
to progress and prosper
I they would have got If the slot I
News Review
25cFor '.- .- : machine had never been removed. I jgoXN4jr0
non-conductors of ', The average slot machine is areverythinggotsin
Feathers are ,
electricity. nothmg-comes- I
-- I out proposition, or nearly so. You
-- lr '
might,; as well put your money In h./llltl/

a Full-Length/ Novelit SUNDAY DINNER I an empty cigar box, for all you get I ON6 DOrGbARS r ,;
I ( r---
out of it Indeed these Chattanooga I

last!! are the books America has been longing for. L-S -i I' players are probably aheadof I

sned by America's foremost book designer-well the /game they at least got a I

d, handsomely bound in a special" English-finish I chuckle for their money Braden- t.-.t

paper. At a price which has brought long. loud ap- By ANN PAGE 'ton Herald r

'e from every section, of the countiy--.2c for ii full EGETADLES are <'.0nrndInSh.'rp' -- -.A- n.Although -- L -
1'Hljth I noel.e I I -
V er'"SI to poll taxes cannot be :

great book bargains; are made possible only because r .jir".fpsew: plateS continuo which r.p considered a pierequlsite for voting
Ing! hook and authors are accepting a low .uch ,
/: publishers include i1J'AY
with or (f
after Jan 1. rTilE
.rDI.h.d 1938 must still
high ,
$! ,
ally. because the books are printed on special Si bacon, or ...ory meat. era' ,
and because THE Rotted more than acceptabteto be collected in the opinion of I
in quantities of 100,000 eb...* or
ERICAN MERCURY America a leading literary the ...rar. family.fruit.'are feet becoming Hayes Wood county tax collector : N fPJ

''Kfizine-has launched the enterprise without charging MUI-.unirner. Including new cooking He quotes state laws imposing poll

overhead editorial expense to ito apple.plentiful, melon., peaches, pear. plum. taxes and contends they have not .IwARYy '.

date we have published 3 books-all distributedough and .r.r.. .. the early. summer fruits been repealed The question now I,
the better newsstands of America. .m.U fowl, broll.r. and 'b. arises what method is to be used ,

IIIIKTEKX STEPS a powerful. tartling novel forequ'arter cot. of.lamb and veal are Iin I enforcing collection. Real estate .
al... Egg" are rea.on-
meat "
paced by breathless action and a strange love Mor>'. the but cold t." tax payments are forced by I
sieaon to maintain thethem aunt ,
O. O. annual sales of property and per
described by
EKVTH1NO IS THUNDER Seasonable food make. up the following II
McIntyre: M "the moot absorbing/: bock I've read In m.na sonal property taxes by attachment I

rite )..-......" on goods and merchandise.But J .:
Low Cost DinnerBaked with the question of voting
THE' I>()STI.NLW..''oS RINGS TWICE-described Potatoes with, Chee'Grilled I
by the famous F. P. A.the mo t engrossing Tomatoes Stuffed .raen BeansCarrots made independent, there seems to I GAME AIfDC" MWN ,

unla>downnble book that I have any Creamed be no penalty for nonpayment of A SPlENDID e1SfAN6i17VL'f, NAPNR 46e.AUSI

memory o'." '".r :tread Plum and Tapioca Butter I poll taxes unless Wood is able to I V .uSD ITS HA6/1" 0' rasItroms, orsArotoI

with MilkM.disr discover! one In some obscure section -
tour news dealer is sold out and cannot supply you Tea or Coffee i -
books, use the coupon below for these great bargains Coat Dinner '| of the state laws.Miami J I -
lid J5C in coin| for each book desired. 'r News, stimulated
or stamps .. greatly ,
*! ? Roast Shoulder of Pork I __ ..____ __ BloaJaam was first Inaugurated than 1,300. Immigration
A.+i Pan-browned Potatoes wIIEGovernor les the number of schools was Increased 38%, and
E ( ) Ev- Sweat-ioor Beats Charles Dickens' first book was h. found the State hop lyla
sed find _.__c. Please send ( ) Thirteen Steps ... "I valuation of UabU property increased nearly
P1 Ing is Thunder ( ) The Postman Always Rings Twice. CornontheCobBread and Butter "Sketches by Boz" and was published debt Ml proKTCM stagnant Facing: a deiperataitM elected
Ia U96 ]Mr. Bloxbam was
tireless ef- 126%. ,
.t... rucMlnf with Cni.bed PeMhe. I before his marriage in 1836. oa. Bloxfeam, tfcroock hit own
I Mtwnd tire gating a new precedent
:r.a or Coffee Milk A few days before that event, announcements *., ccMd in .<
\, 'i:. __ ,_______________________________ _____.________ .. Very Special Dinner was made of the .. lIAr. a _tot ol J'WIad dphla for one in the hMtorr of the staU. During Gov. JJloxham'iMtlT
number of public
I publication of the first part of the I .... Nllagr. thMby "1n.* tivi data from offl.i4 earwr, the

AtJLflliSSnu'rl'ua _. ______________________________________________ '.- n.S.Tkt'i:
Xalla and Butter __ __ ..- __ idrfg peperit, sad"pM *.... Railway eonrtrue- 660%, sad .*.-*. tewationi decreased

.\ I.ft'ury Dook6 :570 Irvington A'e. New York N.Y. 1 I'' 0..... ...10.Co*wlall** A.,..... I An earthquake occurs on tome I tiaI 1INrt&M4 from UM **n 400 miles U moro ISM tolI'I % Mille.
V part of the earth every day.
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<'' S. Met I Mrs. K. G. Hostess ''rrlti: ()F'SHERIP'F's! !"LM Courthouse Tn 'ftfarlie< Florida the Approximately "-'n1"<
W. M. Monday Duncan :
1 following Ncrlbed lands, lo-wlti slsty e, .
i 1} I Ncite l 'IN iicrMiy jrivfcrftnat" the un. the accidents LB tl'ltt'",.,
With Good Attendance At Buffet Breakfast dciKliiiut, ) HH .ou..1 iff ..t"l UrxVortl Commence Ht Northeumt corner occur (,n
1 I Honoring Miss Hazel Adkins I'uiniiy Kloitda timl.r mid, by virtu. t.f HWi4 of 8W'i' of Suction 8, road where speed i I" \u.e IIp.n
I : .3ocietrAj Both circles of the Woman's of I hut certuln writ of execution I-. Townxhlp T Month. Itanga 20laet. factor. prinCipal
Court' : mid thence /South 610f ,
"n.d out of end hy I th< Circuit=
Missionary Society of the Methodist Mrs. K. G. Duncan was hostess ut, Hlmlford County, Florida on Oolohsi1 ..ft to n paIn of beginning 4
b -
Church met Monday afternoon at a lovely buffet breakfast at her 2Jlh A. 11. lUSt on that rir- I II" I 'hence run Went 200 feet thence
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. home. Thursday morning at 10:30 In judKrnrnt' ienilrn> I In CaNe i inn Mouth to. right-of-way of Black Caesar's caisnon. ,I',
Numljfr. 518 by mid (Couit" In favor SAN hallway,., thenc run KuM vessel of the the
Middleton with Mrs.' Mlddleton.Mr o'clock honoring 'MIII5: -Hazel Adktna'whoe'Will nl I M i. A. "Smith e H U<|llldutor rol'1io'lrt :2110 feet thrlKto liuNorlh: to famous!' neg' Plrale

Homecoming Meeting Pre-Ntiptial Party Honorinifs- *. J..W. White and Mrs. W. DA 'a September I HN, ,plHlntlff County, Hixl Hunk. HitInM n eOI"lion. T.''''''<''-. Meet point Ion...i township iieylnnlnav and all range In 11141 und.| .| who prowled ,FIor,4, wat,.,, I.

For Starke Grove :Miss Hazel Adkins, I Besaanl Jr., acting a* ho tesHe A'I t twiile. a I. Hint... U. I.'. H". ...... K ..I. llaaen.Mm. In ''''...!Corll (County Florida.A. shown at Florida Mannr
I J> \V. II.... ". The was held on the cool O. ANnilEU. ---- .--i.
The first pre-nuptial party hon : meeting I Summef rl we1t'1l carrying/ out the A. A. Haxcn, MX clrlVriilniilN, thx 1111UriKlKiiitl -
I ; Starke Grove No. 278 held a scieened porch, which was'! made and HUH 'levied upon und will I An sheriff! of Bradford The boyhood home of .'on,
whose color
last Tues oring Miss Hazel Adltms I on Monday, Heptcmlit-r 6th A. D. Florida.
vi. Homecoming meeting County
attractive with bowls of -war.time
marriage to James Fiederiok Guyon more silver were placed to advantage In 1 UI7.: luring I hi* leval hours of nalv.well I KNKIHT At K.NKJHTAttorneyH secretary of Afcr.lnZ'
day night which brought practically ,,small bright-colored zinnias. The and room at public outcry In the higheNtbiditer Lincoln-was sold recenth '
September 2 has been announced the living room dining for Plaintiff. t War.
front of the south
'. every member to the hall.ami Mrs. A. Wood! for i-uHh In saw 111., for
president, presided taxes.
waa given Tuesday afternoon at where the guests assembled. front door of llradford County K- .fI.I,3!
regret from those who were notable over the business: session, Mrs. J.W. .
l attend. A chicken dinner Lawtey by Mrs. George W. Brown I Breakfast wa served buffet
of the
White read the minutes DREAM AIRPORT
p ,. was enjoyed with many toasts and and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. I previous* meeting and, a financial style from the beautifully arranged BOTTOM OF SK,.

i b l short. table talks. After dinner! Quantities of marigolds and report wall read. dining table covered with a V ,
white flowers carried out the color handsome lace cloth. The central ;
the regular meeting waa opened. The worship and meditation period '
Mrs. Vonda In man, district manager motif of white and yellow In the was conducted by Miss Olive I' embellishment was a

In .1gw: presided over the meeting decorations and all details' of this Ray, whose subject was "Witnessi 'Ij bridal party standing on a minhlture'l

t and initiation of several members beautiful party. Three tables were | of the Resurrection" and prayer j iml, surrounded by lilies

1 into the society. The Starke Degree i placed for bridge and at the conclusion was offered by Mrs. T. J. Griffin. valley and fern. Green

'i L 1L staff assisted with the ritualistic of the game It wet found that j Relative to missionary work In :, small bouquets of lilies of the valley -
Mrs. E. L. Matthews had made balanced the central arrange- ''
work. China Mrs Wood reviewed, part of | -I. '--V---_ V
i44 Mrs. Inmnn was Informed of the high score and she was presented I the life of Generalissimo Chiang ment. I

4 r. death of Mrs. Itasca L. Young National as a prize a hand-painted picture, i Kni-Shik.: and wife who at the I The guests were Rented at card I .
jt Director of the Supreme' which was the woik of Mrs. G. W. present time are called the most' tables In the living moms! and I' c s

., Forest Woodmen Circle and State Brown. The honor guest! Miss Ad- i outstanding couple in the world. !iI place for the guests were dl'slK'1nllte,1 .

p Manager of the State of Pennsylvania klns, was also given a handpainted The Generiillssimi: has been a'i' by place cards of silver Audi -a-
picture as a memento of the white. Favors of silver wedding I -L; S' VV
$ l
; and a friend of Mrs. Inman's. ,1 Christian!' for nearly ten years and > .
r' .t. Also several of the members from occasion. | he and his wife have n great' in- bells were given to the guests with j __ .. _
Starke huve met Mrs. Young while The hostesses served dainty te- fluence for good In China. the refreshment courcc. | V : rz $(.:, ; V ; .

: M on her visit in FloilJii. freshments to the following guests: Mrs. Chnrley E. Johns Invited' Mrs. Duncan presented Misa Ad- V

L In loving tribute to her memory -I' Miss! Hazel Adkms, Miss Lois Ad- Circle number One to meet with'' kin* with some of her china ns a i

w '. the charter of Staike Grove king, Miss Evelyn Stump.! Miss:! I I her the first Monday in September remembrance of this delightful oc- '

1t ,: wns draped for ninety days. Marjorie, Stump Miss Ruth Stein and Mrs. K. S. Matthews Invited cnsion.

The Stm-ke Grove is planning: to berg, Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs. J. R. Circle Number Two to meet with I I After breakfast each guest

Ii send delegates to the National In- Boring of Jacksonville Mrs. II. M. her at Kingsley Lake ceived a sliver and white heart 1'1"1
Richard Miss Beveily Cady. Miss I
stitute which will be held in Omaha The hostesses, served Iced tea wrote a wish to the biide-elect. Also

i' Nebr. September 27 to 30 Inclusive Mina Manassa Mrs. Glen "Wood and sandwiches and were assisted I telegrams made from the words ,
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Tea
& soil, Mrs.!' Inman stated! that in serving by little :Marjorie' Sue "A September Bride" were sent to
guests: :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L.
the honoree from
her friends.
many ladies from her district were Middleton, Mrs.! H. B. McLendon I
H. Hill and Mrs. Will Edwards
expecting to drive through. Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs.A. Those! enjoying the party withi

The members of Starke Grove TI'E W. Anderson. the honoree were: Mrs. A. Z. Ad-

asked to send cards to Mrs. Present I Wns. Miss! Lois Adkins Mrs. Ethel
were The Woodman Circle will hold its at this meeting were: J4
iPtN Virgle Flynn who Is seriously ill regular meeting Tuesday at 8:00: Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. W. S. Stro- i Biggs, Mrs. D. A. Monteith Mrs.

in Mobile, Ala. A prayer was offered o'clock at the hall. All membersare man Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. W. A. {11.r. 1". Brown Mrs. H. B. McLen-

for Mrs. Flynn's speedy re urged to be present and are Fischer Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. J. I don, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. L. D.

covery. asked to pay their clues today C. Prather of Lynch Ky.. Mrs. S. Vining. Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. Edward -

The next meeting will be strictly (Friday) as the report must be S. Dowling Miss Madge Middleton Burns, Mrs. R. F. Demorest First official sketch of how San Francisco's new "downtown" metropolitan airport will appear
I Mrs. Roy Smith Mrs. E. L. Matthews after the close of tile, 1939 Golden Gate International i.-
Mrs. xpol! itlon. Treasure hlaDd. shown
E. Johns
In. Mrs.
business and plans will be made sent Chitrley T. here ?
J'I MarI I In the geographical: center 01 h" Sm Francisco l
and Misses :
Evelyn and metropolitan area. It will be the
for a Grove Party. -Mrs.: L. S. Mutto Sec'y. | Griffin Miss Olive Ray Mrs. A. W i jorie Stump. the World's Fair in 1939 and after the doe; of the exposition: will become one of the site rf
Mrs. ,
Redgrave, W. E.
MidJIeton ii .rnVrP,0rHMln.lhekflfrn'1" may b* "seen' Alcatraz: Island American "Devil's Isle'"
,Mis. J. W. --- ;
White Miss Amelia -- -
glimpse of the S'an' Francisco
I skyline." Sketched
by Artist I Ken
.r THANK YOU FRIENDS, THANK YOU Ray. Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. A. W. Anderson Two Hostesses' Honor Miss Sawyer. .

I Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. Adkins At Bridge Party I
H E. S. Matthews and Mrs. H. B. Mc- World's Y. W. A. EntertainedThe
; KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT r Lendon. Misses Evelyn hostesses and Marjorie 'Wiili Fui'c'T. [ Y. \V. A. girls met T'ieslsy
Stump were at their I
---- evening at the home of Miss Margaiet .
I. making new friend dally and beyond a doubt becoming one I Circle Number Two; home on Walnut St. this morning Leads to Air Terminal ; Paul
Lennon with Mrs.
of the most popular t>pot" In town. Day and night, twentyfourhours at ten o'clock when they enter- Ig Ray.
f you ran dine and dance enjoying our courteous Her*.Ice. I Baptist W. :M. S. Has MeetingCircle I tained at bridge in honor of Miss j I -- mond as co-hostess. The devotionalwas
t -
led by Mrs. H. T. Hall Jr A
Number Two of the Bap- Hazel: Adkins popular 'i SAN FRANCISCO.-T b a only J 'coed the I
c Exposition
YOU PROBABLY C.X'To't'OUD A COSTLY HOME AT A brlde-f'lect'j' on its 400-acre very interesting program was glv.\
; SOUTHERN SUMMER: : RESORT HUT ENJOY OUR SIZZLING tist W. M.. S. met Monday after- Quantities of zinnias !' | World's Fair with a future! man-made site. en on the Religion of the Indian
STE.K"XU"' OTHER UOOD EATS AND DRINKS. noon at the home of Mrs. C. J. I beautifully arranged in bowls and | This is the description coined: by When opened' at the cljce of the ,
Lennon assist"' t
: f Powell with Mrs. W, N. Johnson as I vases formed the decorative motif San Francisco Bay Region civic 1939:: Exposition the new airport In Miss Hazel m
co-hostess. for this charming party. leaders for tbe 1939 Golden Gate It. picturesque bay location will beat entertaining the guests v." '.h
I International Exposition as the approximately the geographical game At the close! of the social
: KOZY KORNERRESTAURANT Zinnias attractively arranged In Upon arrival the guests were I| Chamber of Commerce here center of the San Fianoisco metro- hour delicious refreshments at
vases and bowls were used for decorating served a refreshment course of launched a nationwide drive to Inform politan area. Cost of the airport punch. cookies and sandwicheswere

: .. the living room where ten chicken salad saltines, and iced I the world of the "air terminalof proper vlll be in excess of 17.000- enjoyed by tbe following.
4e ., :MRS. ALICE ANDERSON Manager -.-.-.--. members assembled for the meet- tea. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins! Mrs. J. T. the West" which will remain a. (000 borne entirely by the federal Mrs. T. K. McClane. Mrs. H T

i 1 ."UIIEKE FRIENDS ALL, MEET TO DANCE AND Ing. -, Guy, and Miss Miriam Guy joined I a monument to the 1939 World's government and the 1939 Golden
Fajr. '*?. ...-.. Gate International Ex 0.1 t Ion. Hall, Jr., Misses Dorothy Cliir
'4 : The meeting was opened with the players for refreshments. | With Treasure Island San Fran. Thus through the 1939 1) World' Kickliter Amy Moore Fiance

_ _ _ the Lord's prayer and the reading I j At the conclusion. of the pro-1 I cisco Bay Bite of the World's Fair Fair San Francisco will obtain a Hemingway, Jenelle Hutching*,
1 of the 23rd Psalm. gresaions of bridge I the holder of1 I II due to be completed this month second major airport without one Alma Murrhee.

E.T"I The following flower commit tees/f I high score received a pair of hose boosters for the new island airport cent: of cost to the city. Hence the -- --A-
_ were for 1 I united In telling tbe story of the description "The Only World's
appointed August The hostesses presented the honoree The earth weighs ::1.685.:516.000.: : ,-
modern flying field which: will euc- I Fair with a Future."
First Mrs. L.
Sunday. W. Wall, | with a pair of Maderla pillow 000000000.000 tons.

Mrs. J. At. Brownlee; Second Sunday cases as a memento of the occa- !

L4Z I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. S. sion. --"

E. McKlnney.: ; Third Sunday, Mrs. I Playing bridge with Miss Ad-I 1 1 f LORfUArHIGHLIGHTS jjV

H. L. Erounlee 1011'11.V., J. Epper I kins were: Miss Lois Adkins. Miss ) C*>/-fttl INJ bf Muimm ft* jfM fie
tie son Mrs. A. O. Amfreu; Fourth I Mina Manas.su! Mrs. Glen Wood
Sunday Mrs.-.V. B. Alexander, Mrs. Richard Kidd, Misses Katie I

Mrs. W H. Perkins; Fifth Sunday and Virginia Fugate Miss Ruth I

tGood Housekeeping] Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. L. A. Ren- and Lillian Sternberg. Miss Lucile,
it ty lh n< nl ]
\ kfc0 Bureau f.ou.1 lou.mmjr nolds. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova Mitchell Mrs. E. L. Matthews and j

.. /> Can***I* Sr.The Miss Mignon Sisson of Brooker.
SS y r Ke>all Drug &f< leader Mrs. J. M. Brownlee -.----
__ p-TTi>*- asked that each circle member Anita Fenella Prather

.u-.. bring an article of fancy work to I Has: Birthday Party V : A Afl i fOJK% Cww
31 1lgk. the next meeting to !b/> put in the
I1OhJTI. ,---- Anita
,, fancy work' basket. Fenella Prather twoyearold -
." I ; and Mrs. Jack
-a----------- -- Ir'lans: were made for the program daughter of Mr.

-CAROME to be in churge of Circle I Prather of Los Angeles California. I
I .2 and granddaughter of Mrs. A. F. '
FACE; POWDER Choice/ of Shade. ., Number Two at the regular busi- : '
Saula of Starke was the honored \
ness and be
program meeting 'T : .
I.-M in the Church the third Monday guest! at a birthday party Wednesday
CARA NOME In August.Mrs. I afternoon from four until five % ti'V

; PEBFU IE Alluring "U\JPU J. M. Brownlee invited the o'clock when her mother entertained : ....,;, I

I circle to meet with her! at Kingsley for her at Mrs. Sauls' home '
Lake on :Monday: a afternoon, Aug- on Cherry St. :
COLD; CREAM; JAR ust 30. Carrying out a color scheme of -

During the social hour the hostesses pink and green crepe myrtle was '
CARA 1SOMEEYEBROW fIII!!!! Oe attractively arranged In bowls and 'a.; ) '
.1li',1 assisted by Ruth and :Mary: i c.cvD'"
PENCIL; Powell served delicious sandwich! vases and placed to advantage in N- ;' ,V'4 ,..ttC2C55.oa :0"

PS. (,ekes mint!'!, and Iced tea. I the living and dining rooms opened ,. s V ocv
;.AKBATH\ ;\O:'>IE #).:; 0 -._ ensuite. V '. '

I. sALT!; :Maxine Green EntertainedOn I Anita! and her little friends were -. .a., VCV* V

Second entertained on the lawn and were .e Ma..
S1I\HI 8) given balloons as favors. for the V.' : -

PACE; POWDER Chice .1 Slsedea! =--. T. Green entertained afternoon.

Mom'cy afternoon from four until I At four-thirty the young guests o

fix i o'clock in honor of her small w ie Invited into the dining room '1

FLIT SPRAY Half Pint 30e daughter Maxine who celebratedher where they were served
I refresh-I '
second birthday anniversaiy on meats of Ice cream and 4 I'I'jO
I that day. a i -
i beautifully arranged table which I :

: Pint _ __ _55cL Pink and 1 white summer flow was overlaid with an Italian l I.u'e: .. t
ers were used In decorating the I cloth The two tiered birthdaycake V.' ..-..
home for this delightful party. The In white was decorated In I .. V ,

Quart _ 98e color scheme of pink and white pink and green and held two burnIng 4a. '11
was also repeated in the refreshment pink candles. Coral vine and I '

CALOREX PICNIC JUGS form ,,$1.25 course. fern surrounded the cake. ,
# : ? After .' playing many amusing Those enjoying:\ the party with .

games/ Maxine and her friends : Anita were: Phylls Strickland .
were served refreshments of fee j Judy Green Phoebe Green Jimmy
cream and cake. A table placedon I Green Jeanette McLendon Richard
He. carry at all time a complete line of Greeting f urdi. J.
b the lawn and covered with a i Kidd, Mary Beth Lane Shirley I

.i I'I'r "Shower' and Party Imitations for all occasion lovely ecru linen cloth held the Shaw of the State Farm Jo Ann | : .
white birthday cakes which was I Thomas Louise Libby Edward I| I

decorated in pink acid white. Dainty Priest Bobby Wiggins. Jimmy i|

,' He also make :Monogrammed\ Place Card for jour pink flowers made of icing held ....Warren Levy Canova Charles | .. .... -'

linuheont and dinner Tttel\e for 15c, fifty for SOr.e the two burning pink candles. I I Edward Sapp Joan Denkins Bobby -
Those piesent to enjoy the afternoon Chapman of Jacksonville Helen the tin'
SPANISH FLAG was the firit to fly over furled after Florida'i secession from
? with Maxine II Joyce Prather of THE thE
were: Judy Lynch Ky., and of
Florida in 1513 by Ponce deL January 10, 1861., The Star and
being planted
Green. Anita }Prather Audrey and Doris ,
\\ hu\e just woeUed a complete line of Tie Gift Ilreowlnf I Agnes Bedley of Tarn.I St. Auftustin-
; son. Lois Wise Edward Priest. | pa. on. by NarvBM in 162S and De Solo in 1(39. It United States wa first unfurled over tloJ

i ... ('on,.* In and let UII show )OU how to make jour Jeanette Thomas and Jerry Hard- j Mrs. Prather was assisted in en- bore the quartered arm of CartilU and Leon on July 16, 1821, when Florida was ceded for to '::141

;L gilts und prl/m' more settractieL't. inbrook. itertalning and serving the guests a red and white field. The French flag made its United Statei by Spain. It bore 23 tan

Mrs. Chester Wise and Oleta I[ by her mother Mrs. Sauls, Edna appearance in 1862, with Ribault and flew over' 28 states of the Union at the time. an

) i' Green assisted :Mrs. Green in car i Mae\ Moseley, Freddie Wimberly, Ft. Caroline on the St. Johns, 1564-5. It had three THE MANATEE, or SEA COW it a tropical rn
: ing for the young guests.! I land Oleta Green. I' golden fleur-de-lis i in a blue field being used ai and U not often found north of !.

: -- ---- -.- - j I the national French flag until lupplanted by the Florida ai it I Ii very sensitive to cold. It conS\1lr I (itS

4 MITCHELL'SDRUG In Havana Cuba the driver ,' Tallahassee, Fla., population 11. trl-color during the Bevolution. The Engllih flag about 100 pound of vegetable matter a dayi for
Udl l r sounding his horn at tbe co..nt'rfirst 72J: has a monthly payroll of 200. being xc.ltot
"*? imkv d eirec Vloridlk during tbe BrttMl cIt Dilnloj flwh. J I. onivwMlly MfiorM a. Maa
has the 'ooo..
STORETHE right-of-wmy. from 1769' to 1783 and bore the combined red food and its skin I ii valuable foe leather. The tanls'i
: .--- +
: I -; -- crotMi of St. George and !t. Andrew (the patron atee Ii a mammal laid to be docile and easily
Matanzas, the name of large A project to can pol, the dis-
Cuba lalntt of England and Ccotlaad! ), on a blue field. but rather rare In captivity.
7c cu? DRUG STORE I| City. means "Slaughter" In I tinctive dish of the Hawaiian l ..
Spanish. islands is under way in Honolulu [ The Start and Ban of the Confederacy WM un

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Mr. and! Mr Sam Anderson and I i Mr and Mrs M. S. Hayes! and I Unit for H tat rill. In !lie 1 Induedthereon fop. Krndfnnl 1 ('ounly Bunk., n corporat4unas I t I i Charles B. Holdcn, nn attorney:
1 1Bit's |I'I Hiilil' e'er'I1''al.' euthrxcesthe plaintiff' ann mralnnt''
Mrs Jennie -t;
Mae! Blakely spent l|children of Gainesville spent Mon. fulowingfrecl'Ihetl. property in A. A. HHII.. H F'. Hagen, B. M Hicn Oklahoma City threw hrll'rlght
Thursday In Jacksonville\ day with Mr. ""Hayes" brother and :the '*niintv of lirHilforii; state r>fKlorUlH ;.Mra. I). W Haar 1. and; U. w I IllHtrn farm' out. ,, of, joint while arguingcase 'a
I in-wlt ..' dffriulantH, inn uiitt.erHl.ni-I, ,
I iNe _
of -f. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I'l.in at HW for of Mndlnnn A ,' Paul Knight of Cincinnati. Ohio i Hayes at the latter's cottage on Sit: nders Mm inn 8 faa 'y ft, W lay. Nriitrnilieftlih. '. l I -
303: ft, :X 21H ft ,lu Icon HI, '
ttMT'thi< Irfriil I hinini of Kale\ M*>ll at .
Is upending his vacation with his' 1 Ktne-Hiey Lake. | hence F: lilt Hit III HI ill.l( : ft In public. ontciy! to the highest hider upon winch Hitchtohixcoo
parent, Col. and! Mrs D. E. liMT.. Htrtlntl 2N Township 6 : In utrtinR.A. .
,4"I| ......th Range 22 Kant.The inonili" liv front of the Mouth front !
Local Knight. Mr. and Mrs G. C. Bates ands UNHeHHttient of the naid pri.p' "K.or-ot Urtlttfiiril Toilulir I'nurlIOIIH" 0 ANDRBt'
In HlHtltv Klnrliln.' the follnulnic tlniTlli *-- I A* Sheriff uf HrinUoril
arty ynilt- the. eatd| uvrtlfln-flte I INHtiil I
four children of West. Palm Beach : County FlorhlaKNIO1IT
I ) \"ON 111 the halt of J. W.Hayet * Col. and Mrs. H, V. Knight spent Wednesday afternoon iin CONCERNING( : OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND ,: l.'ulvxK i.alit tertlflvate stall lie tetTtv InliHCfO' leaf eHttmnleilal 'tieyn for" Plaintiff I
family have returned to their home1] night as .guests ut, Mr. Bates'brother ueetnrd aeeurlling in ii. v, the approximately, ,, iiioo pounds 8-6-51-9-3
PROGRESS)( 'OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN here after spending a month at -in-lawand sister Mr. and. rlHMeKlAi. | therein will lit ... I'j'I\ I IIhr I -
I hlulieiit lildilat' the rolirthniixe
Keystone Heights. Mrs. O. W. White while en route door on the fli'Ht \ton,lav In I
to Ashevllle N. C. { the month' of Heiuetnlipr.' 1 1X.17. wltli-h' CHERRIESAND A PEACH
flit the Jay nf tSeplettllier, 1937.I .
I I I Biped I.i.: 4th : 1H.I7
AlKay Carlisle returned to his -- ilay ofua list
,_, W M. Morrow of Hampton Miss! Madge Middleton and Marjorie home Thursday after upending a W. C. Miller of Wilmington N. (fUI'I'i1.11.! \ .1.I'\I.\TH1I.MAH.' A .wY

L) in Starke Wednesday. Sue Middleton are visiting | month at Foil Scieven in the C. M. ''C. was a recent guest at the Starke j I'leik. fif i-lritilt t'unl'I" of .- ..

II visiting' relatives in Jacksonville I this week. ,: T. C. Hotel while en route to Havana. 8-11-6/-9.3 Hrailfonl, tnnnly, KlnrlilaMl Y

La. is - Cubit on a business trip Mr. Miller ,
of Jennings
D Doyle has pent several seasons in :I ..
I'll K nF .11.:1111..1.II:
Mr. and :
weeks Mrs. E. S. Matthews is In Maili-| Mrs. George Inman I
U three
< here Starke while engaged/ In produce :Niitlcc lo hoirhy gtveu that the
; Mrs Vonda Inman and Miss Von- ..
son. Ga. visiting friends and rt'la-1| unllerslgnru' '| i4 Sheriff of H.H.It'"ntv
-- buying. ,, 1"1"1,1, under anil liv -It
da Inman are occupying the Hill! < '
White left yesterday for lives. j jDcWitt / rue of that I'PtlainVlt. .if :-xi'wtilion '
0v cottage at Kingsley Lake. 1 lH.ui.-il alt of and .liy tile "'11'
N. C. I
Asheville, ------- -- -- ---
, vacation /In S Ir and Srs. O. W. White and 1 I'tiit 't'litnt i.r KiaiKniil/ "I'liunty Kim
L' Jones of Gainesville. )]I -- --- --- i iI Ida mi CHti.li.T,, 2.MI, ) .\ H. I H'.I"! nil Hull +
-- Mrs ,I.I W. White had as guests. ... .. a
I airs C..1. Peiffola and small -t ttllo J'ulll".II' i iinli red lit CHNI* t pa
business! visitor here Wed
Prather and children was a i thin week Mrs U :Montgomery i I! ," : 'I'otnt" t 1'' Ji'Ili
Mrs nesday. son I Kenneth, and :Mrs. A. B. ; M I'm'I; \ ; IJquluat'u| |:,!: :: fn
are here visiting idJvei | and h 111 h and ,
;: cn en. Miirvln Shirley .
Lyn and ; lil.ullnlil I'linnlv hook i 'p| 1tloo I In
,I Chiipninn son, Bobby were visiting "
__ __ __ '
u Gene of Miami: L. C. lily of iiliilnllff. and axalu' A AHumi.
: rt'tul'n-1 j relatives here Wednesday. u. n' !e' )lawn. I K: '1 HanMVK .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis
Jacksonville and of
; Lynn Cioshy .
I H W. II.IK.MI. i r.1'; llaxi i milI. .1I.
B Carlisle la In Quincy ed Thursday after a month's vacation -- Pittsburgh, I t'a.Iles I I. .1. lit ue u. tin d li'fi'inla., in 'h.I. I Ir
y, I \ dl| "slicni'il' lian levied MillHI \
in N. C. M 11'. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot upon tutu j
orcthcr-in-law' sis- Ashevillc -- Mmiili\: 1 s.ju-Tnli' nth. A 1 1'
\\nu Mrs. H. N. Lord '_ __ ___ __ I: spent Sunday In Sanderson visitingMr. U L. Kemp;: returned to herhome 1'i.lT. iliiihiftt, lit- legal how '
HurefoulM mother. Mrs. S. A. sell|| at pnlilU' Iulur' In .th liluhhlilili ,
--- :.lt. and Mrs C. "'. Ward left I I here Friday following uI 1 'l' fin i.iflt lit hunt' .1'I.,' H ,ill I I II
B.irefoot who has been seriouslyill. dotes I week automobile trip to I hunt liim" nf liradfoK, ) nut:
j p iney of Brcoker was Tuesday for a month's visit with i '..11'1 hnti.it' in Slailte" /Florida! th*
business in Starke lelatlves !in different parts of 1 1Geor Chattanooga Tcnn., Waynesville.N. fnlluulntr/ ii!..ft.rllM-rt pt''ga''Pv. 'i
an 'l'l; i .- = C. and Noifolk. Vn. Mrs. Kemp IUM : it
he l la. ale 'Int nf liitiai'i'. n Ira, f. i 11 .". at itto.
Mr. und :Mrs. A. F. Sauls :M i's.JIck was! nicompnnied hy her patents.Mir I i-fl at aiprnxlinal| Toil potlililnanil .... ,
-- ----- ----- .
1'iather and daughter Anita and! Mis. R I... Wheeler of et like tiiinithlih. it 'h tiItai \
Mrs. J. R. Setzler of Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Naswoithy I rn IH "Lt'"I1. alnii "hi r? .|i m t'' I ItIIMTI'H w ;.J
yi i spent Sunday in Lake City visiting Oviedo, /Fid. nf KiiuliMl 'liiharin ltnflliniitiMl >-. ? r.
j iu m. !'1 *-'? are Kuct s of -\''r1ul'siM. and Mrs. Elizabeth Meadle weie i :Mr. Sauls' sister Mrs MyrtireHawthoine. I I MI nggl's nati Mill itt j w" tee.I ./
W B. 'Iundy. visiting friends In Gainesville. Sunday U"UIIIH.' | all/ In.U I W KIIJIII, I. ,
I I Mrs, Lucius How l.nnj: and daughter ,haitii. liHIII" rl 111 tllltf nf levy :
-- --- ___ ___ A. II ANHILF:1'=" ,; .
._ I Miss Virginia and son, 1'hlllp. AH Shrilff'' nf Illailli i tl I
Naswoithy anJ baby -- -- ---- I Mrs. O. \V, White and children. I ',,
lily, J I of Orlando, are spending' a month "nIY 1.1"\1'\ '
J.v 'IUlllt'd to their home after Mrs. A. O. Andreu has leturnedfrom Carol and Junior and Lynn Ciosby KMHIIT. K.Mi.llT; teI'n
: at Kingsley;: Lake at the Burntcottage .Maltrye' fin. I'liiiiitlff'
Lndln* a week in Miami. a week's visit in Jackson- of Philadelphia. Pa., spent Ratur- Mrs. Holland was formerly x- .:.I-l.I! :I ea e1+1 '# .'--
ville with Mr. and Mrs. Ancll day in St. and Jackson ..
Augustine :Miss Kate Liddnn and at .1.
onetime '''lit.: III* .uF.InYF"e St.. l: A 1 ,
\"N" + _. '
Mrs, E J Dowling: and Mrs. A. Walnwright. ville. lived here with her. parents'; I :Nnthi' I IM hiliv, NI\el1" thai 1 Ihi yw 1' a\.o 1 1 :- '- .,-1- ..---. A. ..... ..JThroughout
nnilHrilKn'il Shriilf llrarlffii
-- --------- -- -- -- --- ----- -- MM
in :Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Ll ltifln.
Crews spent Wednesday < Mrs '
1'niinlv' Florida' iiiul and
r by VIItin of boxes of California
lamesvllle.Mi Mrs. R. J. Wells and a party of Miss'" Dorothy White left Wednesday Huwland's old friends arc delighted 1" of that ritalu urlt of. txeil* the nation this year millions !!
reminder that 1-W! is the
friends from Palatka wen guests for a week's vacation In l linn |Innuel I mil nf anil l hv l hi* (*Ir- cherries are carrying a succulent year
--- ---- ;i i to see her ajain. \ nit I'oiiit' nf llrailfnnl county Flnr of the Golden Gate International Exposition: at San: KMiielseo.7oe .
Wednesday of Mrs N. Sternberg at West Palm Beach. While In Palm lil.i on iiitnliii25th A. O. 19.11 on displays the
) and Mrs. A C. Durden of Dell I.antis one of the Exposition pirate girls:; ,
Lake. Beach Miss, White will be I the I 'that ffltaln lndgnlent renililfrl In
Kingsley Mrs S:::. E. Brownlee Mr. and imitation.
( amps me spending two weeks at "u$** Nllmltrr: 527 Iy l< Ha 11) 4'onlt' In fruity
"gsle Lake. --- -- ---- guest of Miss Norma. Schlotlerer. ,I :l.lt. s. .1. :M. Brownlee, Mrs. .1.I E.1'iison ,, I Cittoi of M .t. Hrnlih. HH iiiinlatui,

--.._- I Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Crosby and, ------- ---- \ Mrs. S. T. Dell und Dr. J. I

W Anderson Jr. was the children of Jacksonville are occu- Miss Loyree Phillips left Monday W. Brownlee attended the giatlu-

ff"n A! guest of his grandmother, pying the Kickliter place at King- : fur Orlando where she will make tlun exercises of the muse's school FANCY FI.\ -rrf f\ AM nn \SIIOoI

)'rs, Emma Anderson in Archer.MI sley Lake for two weeks. I her home with her brotherinlawand ''of Riverside Hospital last Flidayatternoon. i. T J[ I Jl JJ P
_ no I ___. sister Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Miss Martha

and Mrs. F. F. Stump had astir Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight weredinner Murry.... lee daughter of Mr. and 'BrOWn-j BREADHAS
-- ----
: guest for the week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Brownlee, was among the
A'I L. M. Gaines returned to his ,
I eorge Th jmpson of York Pa. A. Simmon at their Keystone al es. GROCERYHAS
home Sunday lifter spending six
--- ----
-- lodge Tuesday evening.Mrs. I II
weeks In Blowing Rock N. C. with | Mrs Frances Sweat GUll OI.1
:Illises porolhy and Ethulin ----- ---- I i
---- his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.R. spent Sunday in Quitman Ga. with THE SPECIALS 3 for 25c
f'nite WaitEr Savage and Lynn B. :M.:\ Montgomery and children !- E. Mundorff. I
I her mother :Ill''''. T. A. Sweat:: 50c
by of Philadelphia? Pa., spent of Miami, spent Monday and '
-- -- --
f jnday at Silver Springs. Monday night as guests of Mr. and I Mr. and Mra. Gus Beauley and home Mrs, Guilford by her son.was Norwood accfmpunie.lj who Friday and Saturday, August 6.7

:Mia.: O. W. White. I con who have been visiting Mr.' had been visiting; his grandmother, i

__________ i and Mrs. O. L. Beusley left Mon- and by her "sister, Miss Martha F \S\' .'.\<'KKI>-NO. 3 CANS: I NO. I FANCY COnilLKK
Real Sacrifice i
Lynn Crosby of Philadelphia day for a week's visit In St. Pet Sweat, who will visit here for I
Lbs. 19c
FOR SALE : Pa., returned to his home thereWednesday ersburg. I some time. I TOMATOES 4cans 25ci POTATOES 10

a ten day .
following -- ------ ----- I .
--- -- -
Ha\ni'.. Railroad BoardingHouse visit here with Mrs. J. W. White. I Dr. G. H. Lowry left Wednesdayfor Mrs. R. L. Kemp has invited the for -
Property.Four JELLO 3 19c.KEYLIMES
Maryville Tenn. for a months' meeting of the Woman a Christian Doz. lOc

lots, and ten-room house Mrs. Felton'al'nadoe left Sun- stay there with his wife and Temperance Union for Friday aft1 TAIU.K .
with hath electric lights; city day for her home in Savannah Ga. daughter who will! accompany him 1 ernoon. There has been no special II .\"(', \'\. FKKHII:

I water and built well of hcnrt.lrglll enn<'r.*t" walks.Hour lum-. after a visit with her parents Mr. I home. laxity 1 i In attendance for the surn1 SALT 3 Boxes lOc l TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 15c
------ -- --
I ',,'r, in tiiixr( repair, nenlyxereened. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. nier and a splendid' meeting was
Four l large bearing -- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon held with Mrs. Noble White last TM.I.NC.I.II" ". NV; AVOCADOPEARS

I peeim trod lour giiint. shade oak The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer and, daughter Mary Catharine, returned -! week

| trees. and Miss Dorothy Hamilton spent to their home in Miami after SARDINES 3 for 25c 2 for 15c

pstiiirs I uldtieill bring $4 the first of last week in Lakeland a months vacation at KeystoneHeights' Mr. and Mrs G. C. Bates and
I to !$.5 a day rent to railroad men (;01.11 T.\SII-\ItU I"SICII't
children Sherman Virginia
Tampa and Ft. Meade. Ray
at ,loping month in the jear.Ifceaust" Miss Clara SALMON Can 12cPEACHES\ 2 Lbs. 15c
must lfii\e state uni Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. I Lnngford left Monday Beach, arrived 1 here Wednesdayand .

pricing for quick| mile ut only Je-mette Kmetvid;: left Tuesday for (I for her home in I'ey't'st;: after are guests of Mr. and Mrs. O lt<>IIJN: .H I'otll'\lttS :
sVKl, : # morning
and ZOO on Albany Ca. where they will visit
lime "see Owner REV \\'. K.l :.!1'3. Carpenter's brother-in-law I guest of Misses Evelyn and MarJorie Bates and 1 family accompanied, by BACON Lb. l 15c i UNIONSI 3 Lbs. lOc
l iU! GIIKItrv: Stump.
In ,at the property 'md sister. Dr. and :Mrs. D. C. Fore. i ,0. 'V.'hltl?, left for Junl11uska.1 ,
hand for several days I h-;; -- N. C.The. I
Ml. and 1 lIlrsJ, Milton '
( .I i.I F'OItN l'
I +
NAT SEZ I \Brownh-e of Gainesville are spending Rev. and Mrs. E. 1* Holli-\ i JUICE

: a week at Kingsley;: Lake with ''day and children: of Punta GaR APE BANANAS 5 Ib. 15c

Thin suck I'm R.h..rth'nl11111- [ Mi'. Hrownlor's parents Mr and and! the Rev. B. M. GOI'tJI1.\\ 39c
hattar. p..llan1.| .s s.. you few old ifrs J. M. Brovinlt/e.

., fashioned ll--h.irds, who still think ; .__ of Miami spent the a short time Mcmj -I R() 11 ill IE 1CIBIp\ ,1 .
the .II-.lrp".11 limn runs around j day visiting Rev. and Mrs. W.

the house In u nightie, can just. Mrs. James God bold, who has A. Fischer. Mr. Holliday and family i Cigarettes SUG

fillip It. I Know If yon! are m continned I been visiting; her mother Mrs.V.. and Mr Montgomery were en RICE LARD PEAS

te-.. I1I hl..hlrt'"leeMT| Inner S. Slroman and sister Mrs S. S. routeto .lun thJltka. N. C., to attend

there is ...h..tlll..Ino cureor Dowling I'eturned'edn"Nday to the Methodist 21c Lbs. 25c
Assembly I 5 Lbs. 2 2 Pkgs. 25c Can 15c
oixlitloii unless
rt, your piti.tl.lf i jou her home In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
hiKinld h.ipix'n tit lu'cldent.illy get
'f Mrs. W L Edwards: and daughter .'\S('"' G.\. t.1 I'o\IKF.U; I'IUS E \I.nE.c'r: 111-1'1.\:0.:
If In the mlr-
a ICllmJ'of yaursf
R. S. Fernandez, Miss Isabel -
Fredrlika, have returned to
nr Home niuhr. Think of the ro
in.tntli angle: ran you IniaKlneU "Fernandez Fay and Mary their home In Jacksonville following BACON BACON TOBACCO TOBACCO '

> playing that balcony sewn Alice Yarborough wentVednes a montrv's stay with :Mrs. Ed- .

In a nluhtshirt Neither can I. day to Dayton Beach where they wards' parents :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lb. t9c Lb. 25c Can
Drop. ) In lor a cutiple <>' pair of |HI- will\ spend a two weeks vacation. Struth, at their cottage on King. tOe 2 Cans 15cF.iN'i'

Jlllllaoo tfoday.CIX i __ ''sJ..y Lake The Struths have also HKOOKFIKIJIBUHER

[ Mrs. A. H. Hall and daughter hal as recent guests their grandsons .

Sharon, and Airs. L. S. Hutto and : Billy and Martin Page of CHEESE Lb. 20c Lb. 39c

I BLI f-TOP FLJX daughter, Gaimta and son Till- I Jacksonville, who returned home
man. spent Monday in Jacksonville. and Mra. i
Thursday M. DeSlia
R(11F"ifi01.0EN: ; \\ Es'r

J SHIRTS .1.00 SHIRTS $1.50 shopping.Air -and- Mrs.--- B-- Jacobs- -- --returned ''and, Wildwoorl.MU little 1. daughter-------, Marjorie of MACARONI 5cI1COOKING( OIL, Gal. $1.10

after ten 1'' K: ( .' NI.FCTIU\: :
Sunday a day's vacation
1 T. T. Frank '.n'rl101.' mayor of KIT( liES
In HenderscnvUle .V. C. visit ..rk.., Fin virtu ..' '
lv t the nnthnr- ":\LL.\lCf} ''' \BIJ5 TALK
ftyfMtnil, In me l,y hew d<, Irerrbyall I |
ing Mr and Mrs. Jacob
TRADE nn ..I*', f inn m 10. lu-l Id l tti I the city MATCHES :
celebrated their thirtieth wedding hall In I lh.. Hrnffmild' town liv the I
anniversary at this time r
I' (! Acct' l InR 14 th. 'I'M7!following, for' the ciffiPirHI IMIITIDHH. i.f 3 Boxes tOe I ;

MARK Mrs. F. H. Long returned home i I "Two ne itjfl A10)''*'*.I rmen.'

Tuesday after spending a week, In On. <*l",rk. Ti,'e"piir-r. Tax MMH"H1 -

I,I I Jacksonville with her son-in-law 1 KOI dine anr.MnrnhHllf) fax .Uctor. -- - HKI.IXXiO'M

'I|: and daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. S.ClIrJ'oll. j f *<-t'"'. *>f saul| .-..',.IIon: P. A.
i 9cott, 1A.. Ncwiirjm, A. W \mlcr-, TIP TOP MARKET
M.mnhattan and IiUJ' *, granddaughter, wlll., CORNFLAKES 2 f for 15c
The! ,
I Cornelia Lois Carroll. I In tlirirmy wh..r.*" I hrtttinto
rnt.ktribmy! mane and' caUK.p the
., oral ..t ,the r-iild/ own tn ,Im hereuntoAfffxr'l. H.A. \1:40: ; \KTIJOTT
SHIRTS \ awl I Mr. and Mra. T. S. William left i i'I [ ,. Ihlf the ISili lay' of August' ,

I Monday of last week for a to A /I 1317 RIB STEW Lb. lOc
trip ftFKK'ML' HTAT' ) DEARS '
.ire Pajamas 'I Washington D. C. where they will AtlfHtOily T Frank J-a n<]r u in. Mayo No. 21/ can 20c

i visit their son, Tommy Williams.En !!. t'0. kL .IU11NS. SMOKED
route they will also visit relatives ('l.-rk '.11111b '::4 FANCY:
hno"n _. 13.5t-e-ta SAUSAGE Lb. 15c
.is And TheM in North Carolina and Virginia. -

I 'U'I If': fI" \ PP....' \1'10' MILK. 4 Tall 25c

The Best I __ ___ IT Mrs. B. M. Fuasell returned'' NfiTl'; !.* IIKI1KFIV: ; ClIVI'"hl.1:
I.llllr rttrl'klanil, holder' nt Tax Orrlfi.Ht PICNIC HAMS Lb. 23c
\n,1 The ComfortahlaSTERNBERG'S Tuesday from Pebrlng and Avon' N" 13-19 iKKllcil' the 7rh day. CORN No. 2 Cans lOc
F> 1A33 hex Guru
Park where she was visIting'' r AMVIft. A *nnit auran: : i1)K4))
offi-e and has made appllca-
ant Known friend and relatives lor two <'n iy (T %(;ov KOAI k

'rl,1''<1 we ks. Her sister :Mrs. J. L. Smith HENS Lb. 19)

of Dunedin accompanied. her home. A POWDER 10 for 25cCHEESE


$$1.95 $1.95 Mr. and Mrs D. R. Shaffer. of
Lb. 23c
Winter Park, were guests Sunday COLUMN SUPER SUDS Box lOc

of their son-ln-Iaw and daughter. |t ANV Cl"t:
Mr. and, 1.118. S. A. Welcton.. Mil 'WANTED Iapp: pins crow) alAI 1LtOfJ1E!

H. gAYa4 Tu .\! ( af4 and Mrs. Shaffer were en route to timtrr! Pay ten cents ntumpuge. VEAL STEAK Lb. 32c

the mountains of North Carolina Fay cash every day for all moved ;nAP: Ilan 6e

where they will spend the remain- H. B. Kerce, P. O. Box 203, Lake -

der of the summer. Putter, F3a. 7-9-41

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fully planned for note'

DIRECT RESULT OF W. Raiford died on July 12, r here. Investigating hams, 1.8 hOld
s off
1937 at his home wrote an eight-page: he

I Florida. He was a native of Georgia lining in detail 3Ul-
I LIVE STATE pi ins _
The develop
FARMERS SECTION and was born at Fort Valley, NEWSIf al, hung sign outl'll.h'I' 'oat'
fine of ,
ment of Florida's system
September 18, 1K58. His parentswere room door, tinned Del
livestock markets Is the direct le- H. W and Lenora Hunter News of Florida in Short Paragraphs If went to bed.! His bolt -rod,

1 Conducted by Demonstration Agents suit of improvement in cattle and Raiford, and he had three brothersand I In the house where "'"""1

hogs produced In this state duringthe two sisters all of whom, with I JI1NCRESE alone since his wife 1' lrM

I past few years according to him to his _
; his parents proceeded years ago. He arts!
Walter J. Shcrly. animal husbandry I -- --- was ,.
grave, many years ago. New Hampshire but *of
with! the State Agricultural 14 i
agent "
" In childhood with his family FURLOUGH Florida since 18RO. 'In
, Extension' Service early !< IN GAS TAXES EMPLOYEES: II.\VE
L he moved to Cochran, Georgia, ----- ..
RURAL Hints To Housewives Not many years ago he pointedout living there until he grew to young j TALLAHASSEE.- Increases of JACKSONVILLE .Employees I'UICENUElCo;
there were few markets where associated with $2,500,000 In gasoline taxes in a the Florida State Employment Ser- I C ItI; Fit
manhood. He
I i''r' COMMON SENSEBy was in auto- vice learned they would have "to TARPON SPRINGS ,
Demonstration farmers could dispose of their cattle his father with large mill and lum- year and nearly $700,000 Ut:,
Home first formed
Weekly from in six take furlough until the controversy of Florin"
and hogs. The cattle were inferior afterwards locat- mobile license tax receipts a .
Interests. He "
SPUDS JOHNSON !Sp .liUlnt*, Tallahassee in sUe and quality and the ed er in South Georgia, being connected months were reported today by between Governor Fred P. send clubsthe Taro ..'i i ng."

state' Cone and the Federal Employ- Club No. 1 was read /
small raior-backed parasite-Infest- agencies.
} with the Ellis Young/ Co. of Savannah tom
GARDENER the + ment Service Is settled" Approximately Its charter to the Chi;
OF wanted -
.' ESTABLISHMENT :SUCCESSFUL ed hogs were not on In Naval stores -
:": "SEA ISLAND COTTONDEPENIS I.EAltNSD01iT INSECTSTo markets. Most of the stock sold In the following GOVERNOR COMMENTSTALLAHASSEE : : 100 will be affected by the quarters. 7he approxlnlead.
I f ON FARMER: by the farmer during those days ; some forty-two ago years he came to GovernorCone order said to have been issued by members voted ununtn ,"to

protect garden flowers were sold to local consumers and Florida and located near Lake But- said he hoped the State's social John C. Emerson director of the action because they fell f r; _

t is making a know the Insects'eallng from the state. state agency, the paper said. Townsend, founder -
Sea Island cotton against pests few were shipped ler. He was married to :Miss: Kath- security program would be in __ oj nape

': comeback in Florida. habits advise entomologists Eradication of ticks enabled een Perry of Bellvllle, Florida, and 'full operation "In the near future"Iso -_- --- A- ment, "had abandoned) < eel.

;' It WitS about two decades ago of the U. S. Department of Agri- farmers to import good bulls and two children were born to them ( that "everybody entitled to $30 NEW .I.\X ONSTRUCTIONJACKSONVILLEThe: fnre work: In the inter, 'abet

': that Florida farmers reluctantly culture. Some Insects prefer solid the adoption of advanced methodsof both passing in early child-( a month will get it If the funds! International matters." Louis J. RH ,
ndmitted that the boll weevil( had food( because they have mouthparts feeding breeding and manage- hood. (I available will permit. Harvester company will ident said "we feel D ",0"j

ruined the production of Sea Island equipped for biting!\ or chewIng ment were responsible. for steady --+--- start Immediate construction of a hits gone off on ton m.in,
Here and at that time he own
cotton In the state and they plants. Others take their Improvement of cattle. The razor- CROSS!< RECEIPTS TAX new $300,000 plant In Jacksonville, I and involved the orgai/ nth
extensive! ,
ed turpentine
gave up Ihelr efforts to grow it. nourishment In liquid form because buck gave way to his high clam operated from TALLAHASSEE Comptroller officials of the organization announced too many things"' T 10

;, Before the bull weevil came and their mouths are made for sucking brotherthe pure-bred Poland, China Interests retired and holdings few, ''J. M. Lee reported Saturday July today. J. L. !Moore\ former not disband it will .III.

fo'l' !F''' Old /its destructive worst, farmers plant Juices. Puroc Jersey, Hampshire, and which he only a years collections under the one-half percent manager of the Memphis blanch ', function as the Tarp '

: bad found Sea Island cotton to be The chewing Insects include leaf- other good, breeds and Florida ago.It at this! location that he I(| gross receipts tax were $470- of the company said his company General Welfare Clubsoriv logl
: one of their most profitable crops. eating beetles, grasshoppers, caterpillars hogs began Improving in size and founded and helped to build the '1959. highest of any month since plans to erect a warehouse and I

Long, .staple was produced In large and other wo'make quality. town of Raiford which bears his the levy was enacted In 1935. office building here and that ac- ..: OK 1'1'1,1' t l| ,w\ -

quantities and brought good priceson forms. To combat these, entomologists "When a farmer, produces what aided much In -_._ --- tual construction will probably begin I FOB TAX III.,n,
and he also ,
the name t"'I''
the various jnarkc-ts. But suggest stomach poisons like the public wants Tie can sell it, and of I FIRST MUNICIPAL JUDGE within two weeks.WANTED :NnTil'Ei&tIEItttliy; '
of this section
the development al'
end to that. rV xow..U. holder ,
weevil an
boll put of dusts. The with Florida livestock ?
later Sea arsenical sprays this was the case the state, during his active years in LARGO Largo officials have flits .No.: ; 2k, iHHiiecl 'th. "I'
Now twenty years sucking pests such as jed spiders ," Mr. Sheely said. "Coopera TO SLEEP July, A. D. 1127. him fn of:.
life. He was post master of this C. Ward Johnson local
bland cotton Is coming back appointed my office nod nan maOi '
buck despite the fact that aphids, scale insects, and mealy- i sales at hogs became more town for many years, and likewise attorney, as the first municipal MARIANNA- young Valdosta torn tux deeil, to hu lust,. ,; herim
coming draw their food from inside and and the establishment Said certificate embrace! lES"
bugs more cared for in
woman was being
: the boll weevil la still with us. nicotine held many places of responsibility judge of this community. In the lug, dexrrlbcd property .1. .
r. the plant, so must be killed! by of markets for Florida the city jail here after having tried ty Bradford '
Its life. Slat da"
of !
: Prospects for a good crop this yearon during Incorporated past the mayor has always servedas II'f; F .
pyrethrumor )
or soap sprays or livestock began. Buyers began to commit suicide ;
' the 16,000 acres planted in Florida suffocate The State of Florida selected the Judge. The job carries a unsuccessfully I bot Nine Hlock Slxt*. M
sulfur dusts" which or to Florida for meat animals "
coming sixteen \
/ Seotlcn
Monday night by taking IIV KlRht T
small ,
E. monthly salary.
W. its hip
are good according to Raiford as the site for prison ?
,, ( burn. and Florida stock began competingwith sleeping tablets. Mrs. Charlotte Seyn South Han". nty
,((11 Stokes: State Experiment Station farm and for a long while he was I
In small flower gardens, spraysor stock of other states on the Prison GET FARMER'S MARKET Horn, 28 took the tablets after The axxoBiiiiK-nt of th ,..
t and other agricultural connected with the State ..
\ agronomist, ,
eitv under tli
dusts are often unnecessary because big markets. Today much of our having hitch-hiked Into Marianna until .f' ;
't'' wokers.Successful. Department as State Inspector BUSHNELL-Sumpter County'sstate ned! was In the name .!
infested leaves livestock is shipped to large Eastern 'en *
the insects or on her way to Panama, City. She Wind
of the He united with the Baptist farmers' market will be located I I'nleHH said .
production crop its certificate .
may be picked off and destroyed.The markets, where it holds own said she was despondent over lack v i r
thut farmers are Church in 1905 and served as here. William L. Wilson, director deemed accord In* to law,
Ibis year means with beef and from other sec a
pork L
gardener who wears gloves of funds on which to live until she arty described Ih-r'ln -\vlli Pid'f
t determined to grow It despite the pick off many caterpillars andbeetles tions. In short the market system deacon for twenty years, giving the of state markets wired a lo- could find work. the hlRhe bidder at ma

t, weevil and that they are going to may or the leaves on which theyare available to our farmers today resulted land for the erection of the church cal committee the marketing board ,- -. the house' month door of on September the firm' .M ar the,,

Ii:' employ the most approved and effective feeding and drop them Into a from the farmer's efforts to edifice at Raiford at that time. He had picked this town as the site for UEI'OSITSUE HIGHER l Is the ( th. day of >
methods of culture and Insect pall containing a little kerosene. improve his stock." was a Mason of high standing, anda the new unit_, estimated at $35,000 TALLAHASSEE ((6F'Jj! thin SEAL 1 15th.' )day: :

control to do it. Mr. Stokes with member of other fraternal or- -- _. ComptrollerJ. A. J. TIIUMA,
/ infested
When a plant Is a -- M. Lee has announced fifteen Clerk
I DRIVE a of C'lr"1I1I/ ,
believes that It can be produced beetlesor ganizations, and was a life mem- ,
large number of leaf-eating IT. S. SOIL CONSERVATIONSElt1'1CE cent Increase in state bank de- Braltur I "un Y da
t successfully In Florida if growers of ber of his Masonic Lodge, at Rai TALLAHASSEE-John N. Al per 7-23-51-8-20
plant bugs, lay a large piece
tt the
will keep up a continuous battle : floth on the ground beneath It and ford at the time cf his death. Ill'n, director of the state beverage posits over corresponding period
s' weevil if will OAINKSV1LLK held a year ago. The semi-annual '0'1'" Po OF 'PI'I,II \ IKINKOIl
the His
against they funeral was WednesdayJuly department said a forty-five day
shake off the insects by tapping
statement of 109 banks and trust T "\ III-.t:1I:
< Jeep the seed pure, and if they will the plant with a stick. The insects 14, at 9 o'clock In the Bap- I drive against unlicensed liquor GAINESVILLE State headquarters showed total of
companies assets
use the most effective cultural tist Church at Raiford, near the manufacturers netted eighty-seven NOTICE IS HEHETJY (.j' at
1- that fall off may be gathered up of the Soil Conservation $90.r>03.M5. up 1805 percent over Florence Varimdoe, hnlile r(
'r' methods. and dropped Into kerosene. Gar. home he loved so well and was prisoners, twenty-two stills and Tax Certificate' No 47 .flit
established at the June 30
Service 1936. Individual
were conducted the Rev. L. O. Shef- confiscated valued deposits 6th. day of September j:,
be ayear by property at $7- "
In the future, there may dents will bewise to keep a careful -
",; University of Florida College of totaled $43.804,382 savings deposits has filed 1 name In my offlr c haimarie
and then when the crop field. The body was carried to 845. application for a in, i'ta
ti now watch for folded or rolled-up
Agriculture this week, following a 19578500. Their aggre- be iRHUed thereon Said .'.
Cochran, Georgia, for interment .
Mr will be almost entirely unsuccessful leaves or those tied together with recent decision in Washington to gate was 15:22: percent higher/ than embrace the folloulnir/ bed(
but this is the case with prac- webbing for caterpillars are prob- the family lot and the :Masonic: organizations CORNERSTONE HID I property In the County or" if'rd,
, establish a new project at of Cochran and Haw- on June 30, 1936. State ut Florida, to-wit
,,}i tlcully all crops. ably hidden Inside. cello H. G. Dasher, who has been TALLAHASSEE-Ceremony will +. Lot Eight, of Bin.'k -
I, Cultural methods and insects Anyone who Is growing flowers kinsville Georgia officiated at the be conspicuously, absent Monday "'A reI t'lty, ",'II"II Eight'
with the SCS in Americus, Georgia BLOWS ITSELF OUT *
ship, Seven, South Ilanpr
:i control have Improved greatly during this summer may have further has come to Gainesville as state co- grave. He Is survived by his when workmen place the corner- tv KaM.The .

:J the past twenty years and these facts by writing for Farmers' Bul widow, and the sincere sympathy stone of the new $200.000 state ST. PETERSBURG A minor HenHment of the *a "i p.
ordinator.The .
I of their friends out to storm area that swept inland near arty under Chit said rertifHiifil "> >
Improvements, coupled with the lain No. 1495, "Insect Enemies of many goes chemistry building here. Into the wa In the name 11
" federal project at Graceville her in her ,of bereavement.The here blew itself out over the Flor-
great Interest that state and federal the Flower Garden." This bulletin hour cornerstone will go copies of news- Unliiey.Vnleft.
will be continued, and a new one beautiful flowers and ida Interior. The disturbance, described said rertlfltate" fhfti, >t redeemed .
I agricultural( workers and far Is for sale by the Superintendent many papers, and copies of state records. according to ,law, th prop'*

!' mers are showing are at least enabling of Documents, Washington, set up at Monticello under Mr.Dasher's mesages of sympathy from friends Later, probably on Labor Day by the weather bureau as arty deticrHied 1 thereinwill 'i" soil(
1k direction. Farmers will "a little worse than to the hlKheul bidder at the court
and an
and relatives of
r. the Florida/ farmers to revive D. C., price five cents. many states there will be public ceremony as overgrown house door fin the first Monday in
; an Industry that was pronounced -f- be given demonstrations In buildIng the large group of friends and relatives state officials formally Tledlcate; the thunderstorm," brought heavy rain the month of September )117 whlrhIs
terraces and following other attended both of the aboveservices and winds of approximately fifty the Hth day of Septemhd l 1917.
1 by some as being us dead The ancient Egyptians are said building. Hated thin 11th. day of Jiil 193'
f. practices which prevent and con- miles an hour 10 a small section of
{ as a dodo In 1918. .
to have, stored forage as silage -
I trol soil erosion.It the state last .\, J. THOMAS.Clerk .
9 A good citizen and friend has night. Slight damage ..
h: And thus Sea Island cotton many centurfts ago. By using SI'I' E\IE: COURT RECESSES of Circuit '" >f

cornea back In Florida. It Is up to trench silos and storing whole is expected that Mr. Dasher gone to his reward and his passingwill TALLAHASSEE-The Supreme resulting from falling trees was re- Bradford County, F 4s

r will have also of state be mourned all who knew ported. No one was injured.LIVE 7.23-St-8.20YOTI4'R
charge by
.; the farmer to add Impetus to its revival plants of corn or sorghum, present. any Court Saturday ordered a month's --
work under the soil conservation him and to whom he endeared him- 1'101FOR \
and ultimately establish it day farmers are returning to the recess until Tuesday, August 31. OF APPI.H.
on as profitable H basis as possible. ancient methods. district law passed by the 1037 self In life by his layolty to fam Only the most Important emergency WHALE AGROUND .senate T Bill.X No i>.:.-10.1 1> 1

+ The State Experiment Station, the -- ---.---- Florida. Legislature, In which farmers ily and friends, his many acts of matters will be considered PANAMA CITY-A thirty-four- '"JfOTIl-E S! HKHKBY lil > I" Tint
{ Stale may set up soil conservation kindness and helpfulness, and his foot whale-still alive- was restIng :Mm riertha (Ireek, h alit( TatViliflinte
Agricultural Extension Service Nature has in orderto
perfections during the recess said Clerk G. T. ( No. 2<7. issued :th;
1" and other agencies which havetione show that she Is the image of districts at their own expense upon generous hospitality Whitfteld. Most of the court will atop a sand bar in the Gulf of day ..f July A. T). 193", ', ,W
their Mexico about fifty feet off shore name In my office and hai made
having applications "A Friend.
much by research and instruction God; and defects to show that she approved -By be out of the city but a quorum application for a tax dot, (' 'I MIxRiied
to effect its comeback are ear- only His Image.Pascal.. by a state committee. -- ..- ---- from Point Washington about forty I (thereon. "Multi, oertlflbracen ,
will be In reach if need should
Its aescrihi'< p*
miles from the following
:neatly hoping that the farmer will -w_._ ... _. BETHEL arise for a hearing. here. The discoverywas eity In the County: of H; '!pr hard:; ,

f i-ght the boll weevil Intelligentlyand Practically every portion of the TRAIN SCHEDULE :Mrs. Ralph ialney, CorrespondentMrs. -. citizens made who by were Point attracted Washington by the State Lot of 15 Florida In Wondlann, to-wit., Pf '*

continuously and.will cooperatewith United States has polsonoultsnak..s. Our schedule changes April 25th STILL FIGHT CATTLE TouiiHhlp n South Bursa/ "
D. Woodard and children thrashing of the water as the 10 ACT. -'
his and trains will run as follows. East containing
fellows to effect its few in
though are reported
permanent .
Southbound have returned to their home after DAYTONA BEACH Florida whale attempted to free Itself from nr I leHH.The .
of the ''
reestablishment certain states in the northeast. assessment
._ .. :.Vo. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. visiting relatives in St. Petersburg junior chamber of commerce in the bar and blowing of waterspouts Party under the Bald ceiHued ,-' '-
-- starling *
Mrs. Russell and children mid-summer conference here fifteen feet into the air. was In the name of
No. 15-Due StRIke 4-57 P.M. Hornaby
Slncrl warriors
tattoo their faces Arizona has 2,316 miles o' railways -
and Mrs. Minnie Norman broadened its cattle-off-the-high- Maid certificate .11..1 i redeemed '
No. 107-Due Starke 9:16 A.M. t'nless
to mask any .
expression of fear. within its confines.BOREE .
law li l pt i iiarty K
to 'ordlnir to
No. 191Due SUike 10.39 P.M. visiting relatives in Tampa. ways project a three-phase LI'ESTOCKI.RKET: READYTALLAHASSEEFlorida's described ar therein will' '" ">'.
--- ------ -
NorthboundNo. Mrs. C. C. Norton, was visitingher "highway safety" program. Hence first to the highest bidder at :'h Miirt,
forth It will have of its house door on the first bl.ndar !!
FUNERAL HOME 2-Due Starke :5:00: : A.M. son and daughter in Jackson- as one ma- state-supervised livestock market the month of ptember, If! shirt'

No. 16-Due Starke 11:24:: A.M. ville last week. jor objectives state legislation to will be formally opened near here the S.ptr..i" JS.l';;:
Full tin, of ( .. kel. & Undertakers SuppUe establish :1"T ,.,1Irh'I."nl hrd: 'f '' 'i' I
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. a state road patrol, drivers' August 7. The market was builtas :
AMBULANCE SERVICE :No. 108--Due Starke :5:00: : P.M Donnellywere (OFFICIAL SKAM

UAV ANa NIGHT Starke and VVanne Brunch dinner guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. licenses, and to keep cattle off a WPA project under Joint A. J. THOMAS. >r

4 53 PHONE 53 'to 101-Leaves Starke 7:00A.M. Ellery Gllssnn Sunday. highways. sponsorship of the State Marketingboard II Clerk I.radford: of flrcnlt County la

G..II. BENNETT Mgr. -Jo.: 102-Arrives Starke 150PM. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee and fam- --- -. and the Leon County Farm 7-21.St-3.20 __

"A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION", Daily except Sunday.. ily spent last Sunday at Kingsley TOR.\CCO C ROP bureau. It will be the largest mar- :\0'1'11'K OP .t pro' \ Iln\

T. J. GRIFFIN. Lake.WHAT.WHERE'WHY. 1Sl JACKSONVILLE-A .13,000,000- ket of its kind in the state, and FOR T'\: 111:1:11
I Venue Bill '". Iasi.':I.'
pound crop of tobacco this year one of the largest In the south said NOTI'T. IS III';II Ell11. \' :'it

was predicted for Florida In a re- Nathan Mayo state commissioner : :\ .... Bertha tlre'\k, ho-j.
C'ertlfii-Hte ,"0. J'.M!! Ise'> :i
port of the state chamber of com- of agriculture. (dav ..f July, A. l>. I* ,.

merce agricultural committee released -A-- -- Bam" In mv attire and .h ,.
for lax <.U" :
here. The crop. .. is said, VAN LEER <{UITS "'P.I.OST : Hned pllcntlon l ihereon. a Siild' e '

will double last year's production GAINFSVILLE-Dean Blake R. I bmce the following' des,
: the County
f which was sold for about $1,500- Van Leer in a letter to Flank In- Mats of Florida, to-wit

000. It was predicted that Flor- gram. administrator for the WPA I I Went Half of NortheB
of NorthweBt Qnart
t ; ida growers would realzle about In Florida, tendered his resignation I tint 25 Township 6 M

$3,000,0(10( this year. as director of the Florida :Mapping: | 22 Kant contnlnlnr

.-.._-,-- Project effective Aug. 1. Van more TheHi"He"r> .1.8..fment of th' isMned (P'.

AKT1HRILLIMS; DIES: Leer, who recently resigned as erty under the. nnlM .'nr,'
WII" In the 1101llt'Inf.nl.
I TALLAHASSEEArthur Wil- dean of the College of EngineerIng M

'; OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA -pfdINbURAN'E > liams, vice-pi'esident of Florida at the University of Florida, redeemed..*. Mild according rertiflmi"I' the t h4

State College for Women for twen- said "this is made necessary be- properly describe( the' lbs

"" PLCMBINO REAL ESTATE 1I.-\ltD\\AltE-tTR.'il'lt.'UE' I ty-three years died here last week. cause I have accepted the dean- Hol.l court to house the door highest on the hid \I,017 n',

The seventy-nine year old professor ship of engineering of the consolidated rtav In the month of Sept. 1. .ier,

LET IN' .lC t 01 It I'L''?:'IIUNO TWO FOR ONE SALE of Bible and religious history schools of North Carolina which l I. the Otis day" .
Johns & WainwrightA Trror.orciH iior KCLEANING Purchime One Pint was connected with the college for State College and the University of I: Unt..d, this. 1fIlh day ,
thirty-six: years. Students knew North Carolina OFFICER '
TII(1\I.\'I.: ,
IN! I'R.NCEiFSC\ FLOOR POLIxlI ?5c PintMlf ",1Clerk
him affectionately as "Mr. PI," a .-- -- A of circuitRrndfonl .
s name which originated when his PLANS
i All Types of Iniurnnreith Plumber daughter as a child could not JACKSONVILLE- funeral' _
pronounce "
Il IF YOU WANT TO Bradford Hdw. Co. I : o'rlC'F OF ,*PPM 'I
"papa. which J. Evarts
Merrill 79yearBEASLEY'S FOB T 'X UF.L":
BOTTLING COMPANIES: URt'GOISTSUE ntJY. SFI.L OR RENT J. B. CARLISLE. OwnerDenmark )Senate Bill 'So. !!'nlt: !.
HEHEBY (TIr; rnfuV. "
\ H Smith, holder of Tux.: of
DRINK rate No. 125. lulled n. 'I5, lt>
ARE SERVICE STATION Anal,..?. A. 1>. 1929. ha' filar;, t jn
my office \ ,to*
Furniture Co.Mitchell's for a tax deed tll be I..U'' ,...
.mbrac<->i I in
Said certificate Irt'
G CO. We Are Rewriting New Spring STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSATLAS Ing i>e.crlbd property In in ,.
I) { Drug Store of Bradford State of FtwN
Stock Eery Day. Be Sure to

pi Quirk Dependable !Ser\tce i See It Bt'fore"ou Buy. \4 of NE'4 Section '

' In Sterilized Bottles i.Jf' -- TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES. OUR TIRES ANDBATTERIES hip 7 South. Hangecontalnlnc .



' "' ': A' Specialty!! ty: under the said. jertlfi. ..
A GOOD PLAC TO wan In the name
You Can Find .
, Vnl..s. said certificate 'I",
". An ad In the 11H.ATWHERE.NEST EXI'ERT'JP.ING AT I deemed arcording to law ,IJ

I.aI"t, i Um IIiM.lftexl "Section will bring POUR FRIENDS REASONABlE PRICES : FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 erty: described therein ar w art
to the highest l>ldd-r in
; J quit k, satisfying rcsultn. For any. In This Corner' ANVWBUUS 1 house door on the first wtluf

j m thing yon wish to buy or Hell, place The SPOTLIGHT EASY ABOUT Our Price FLA. MOTOR tb. ....nt... at Net.nlb.r. I.'.11.I. .
I I. the 4f1.. dajr of SPDr 't.
ar ad'In O. J. PHILLIPS
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wr t1 IIV ( litodlllrd Section. Telephone A. Ui\WTEY (
Are Right A. J
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;: ".. C HI'BCH DIRECTORYKIKr to me the whole lime" her no low aa not to be overheard: pliclty of bin words. she glancedup the dining room door after them. ,

SfRho "You mean as the wife of "This Is a party. Nat a funeral. I nt him, and her look was caught She faced him anxious "Sorai "
BAPTIST Pastor ? Captain O'Shea ?' asked you to be nice to him. You and held by something beautifuland thing's wrong Very wrong.

'I'- B. rrtce. "As a friend of Mr. Gladstone's." might at least pay attention whenhe compelling In his eyes. The "Yes I'm afraid so. I want to iI
a. m"
clock .
suntJ" School 10 I ; t'IlI"'L" "*" '\" THtr ?" ; I "I ? What makes you think Is talking." He censed speaking voice of the butler announcing that ask a favor, of you. Tomorrow(
:: ;,
I J en imaa. Supt. l' ettoJriNiftyammim! VTLEB&EUS .. that as. Parnell who had left the dinner wan served. broke the spell morning In the paper you will read
1 A 11 a. m. ..
Morflh'\ f Worship U MITCHELL; ''Your husband told my sccietary I thcr guests, approached Katie at ircalte-J Katie to her duties as something I want to ask you not

y 1': U. meets at 6:30: p. m.H.nIrk ZrP"",.. so. Aren't you ?" \ he piano. Then he slapped his hostess. She pifTi ed, off her guests II to believe it. It accuses me t t

; ? Worship.' 800; p. m. "I've Just met him once. You're chief on the back "Glad to see you retaining Ml. Parnell to take her can't tell you now. but I do ask

S. S reachera' Meeting, Wednea- SYtOPSIi4-lteturnIng! from "And the sufferings of a fighting Mr. Gladstone, aren't here sir. Nice of you to come." In to the dining room. Willie man you to believe In me. not in the

day?, 1 m. America where ho had obtained ing people have to wait," starv.\\ you?" : He gave his wife a meaning glance' aged to whisper a sly: "Thank you paper for a little while Will ,

Mitt, TJIc, Prayer service, Wed- financial upMirt for llw* ed Parnell "while we "No not fighting. He's very im- !and left them together*, Katie. That was nicely done," Into you promise? It Is important to

ot"III' ".00 PMrlHOIMST-_"* ___ Irish Stewart Nationalist cause t'tiurleu pin-money uf smooth" tongued I poi tant to us. But we're Important I "\S'as I very late, Mrs O'Shea ?" her ear, only to receive from hera me."
culled the
CHL'KCH Purnell. young diplomats. to him too." ,. enquired Parnell. look of hatred that chased away "Of course I will believe In you."

: A. FUher, Pa..torgunuay "unrrouned King of Ireland," Gladstone pursued: "I ask the \ "The Irish party? Can so few be I I "I'm afraid it's dinner that's goIng the smile of satisfaction from his "Thank you. I must go' now, but ('
\ I
mecU Wllll O'Shea House
B Captain to proceed with the business
School-10 &. m. important among so many ? I feel to be late The kitchen ser face first I want to thank "you for let.
who hu, lm> for
n sponsored u it.
; Worship-11 &. m. that you are sincere. I am too. I vants are all Irish and so excited Seated at the table, the conversation ting me nee you in your home. It
Morning neat In Parliament by theOGnrmam "And I that the House shall .
League-7:15: p. m. say want to know more about what about your coining I shudder what became general, devoted to Is your home Isn't It ?"
Mithon. Neither\ had
Epwuith. not proceed with that business or the dinner will be like if it even "
-8 m. you are striving for. the social commonplaces of such "Yes. J"It.s
EvenIng. p. mune) und O'8>het. tlnltH Iris any other business" cried Parnell "
at "The Liberals and Conservatives materializes affairs Hardly had the soup plates
beautiful. A frame
estranged wife In England. B "until It that very
pray ) gives us a guarantee
are almost evenly balanced "Katie, If we aren't going to have been removed when Nora the maid 1m to have seen In
glad you
threatening to llwith\ heritgaln. Ireland you g
grievances"Mr. ---
8 p : invited to all these servI enough Conservative majority to any dinner, play something for us," caught the butler's eye and whispered It, It tells me I was right At *
he lore** her to ask her Speaker sir, this Is intolerable "
I keep the see-saw down their way I suggested Aunt Ben, "It might something to him which that .
look he
Aunt Ben for two thouwind !" boomed Gladstone."I her questioning explained *
I lte unless I put our eighty-six Irishmen help us to forget our hunger." functionary repeated, to Mrs "About The woman wearing i
pound. to his election e*- that Mr. Gladstone you.
;; pay move no '
.r..b) Church on the other end; then the "All right" she assented", and. O'Shcu J1
white This Is her home
.... and then herto be heard. Parnell's
peIiWii5 longer voice
Rev! eorge H. Lowry. Pastor ppn"auk Purnell down for din- dominated the demonstration that I Liberals. can keep the see-saw, seating herself played an air from "Your secretary has come Mr He doesn't live here ? it was more

SumHv Services: down their way By keeping united 'Don Giovanni." "You know what Parnell" she said to the guest of statement than question but hwaited "
Parnell him had
10 on *. m. Sabbath School. ner. '. can help po- started. in return for our united weight, I'm plajinif she asked of the honoi "He sa>s the matter is for the slow shake of her

u:0,1{ I !i. m Morning! Worship. tItIaIIy "Mr. Speaker sir Gladstone'svoice the Liberals may give us what we man looking down at her. urgent" I(head "Nor with you ?" That que.stlon ,
( ThreeKOSES.
4:30) p m. Young People's Veai hupter was heard above the cries I I want. Home Rule for Ireland." "Yes, the opera we heard to- The leader made his. excuse und WAS direct She flushed, hut
'It Is my painful duty to move that Rule for Ire- several
Service. "I've heard Home gether. was gone for minutes. shook her head. "Then

itrmonette t by Pastor. '"% lilT I: the honorable member for Cork be ;I.! land all my life, but when you said "Together, ?" When he returned his face seas set again I have the right to usk perhaps to
/ you
Service: "Well. how much ?" questioned( suspended from. the service of 1 his I I l the words. in the House seem- in lines
they grate ,,
Mul1ek "That's how I think of It, now believe me In one more thing that
Aunt Ben when William and Ma- House for the .remainder of the sitting -
1:30: m. Mission Study. hon had taken their leave. ." i ed to mean something to me for I I ve met you. The light was on "Mrs. O' hl'll. I have to ask you J I'm In love with you 1 ftl.

8 :,10 m. Prayer Service. 1 the first time. Now I mustn't keep your hair that night just as It Is I to excuse! me. I must return. to "No." she protested. "you must
"Two thousand Oh, Aunt Aunt Ben had said that Irish
Thank for the lesson in "
." you you now. You woie rves, too andyour London n't be,"
1tuMI'"oDd Church Ben I m soDon't !politics at least were not boring Irish
: politics""Are diess was like this one but "lint can t ou finish din-
) jour "I und I've never said: th.it ,
Pastor dear. and i Katie: O'Shea am
K\\ 1. (i. Hemingway say it. my agreed with her. going* Hadn't "
gerv "t every Sunday. BibleS "And now I've got to enteitain Her pulse still beat: rapidly with you had more lace on It. n.'I' filet to anyone h..to'e'hy, do you suppose
: to ask nw ? "
Katie felt that were enterIng [ in afraid not,
| 13 a. m. Services at 3:30: for him. Why did, you take his the thrill of the tilt between the they I I canu> here tonight: except
:/ "Yes. I had. but I don "
I now upon dangerous ground, and "Hut look hele, sir, pi. ousted' "
for \because asked me?
| afternoon. part in that ? In eland and the I you you
a greatest man '
think I'm to. I afraid I "
going m you she assumed a bantering tone Willie. "You can't"V'illie
"I thought It might be amusing. greatest man in England' as she II "' "\\'nit! I want to be honest with
have made it "
BAPTIST council / Impossible. of his ire
BEI-HEt. I "For a man with a reputation<< interrupted 10\
Why not meet the great men ofyour made her way from the visitors "I you I uxked you yes. but it was,
!t.\' IA.. Oonnley Pastor ? not being Intel"ested In onion, "I'm I Nine Mr. I'lum-ll wotildnt
first Sunday.! time ? If you're bored why gallery towards Committee Room "With your picture of the woman : he w hi,) mmle me ask you to serve
Service every "
his purpose his u mint Ion.
School 2:30 m. wearing white roses. .
Sunday I i ''
\\'hy do you tell me this.
Service He In..lste.I'h'lt. were. '
Bible Study! and Prayer you goIng ,
( Ji1' "Heiaiise\ you ure honest, I believe
to ask roe ?
| every Saturday! night. I I ( "
you me
Something in tns eyes besought
Episcopal Church "Then' won't you t..hevmy hon.
nt tin answer She looked away and
Morning prayer and Sermon on 1 sty when I t tell you that I love,
replied us though speaking againsther
at "'" ? Iu you'" The light In hilt)
fourth Sundays you
| onl and '
the s tc \ will. "To come and dine withu
1 Communion Saints I eyes, HomethlnK honest and
11 a. ni Holy :r ; ."
iCaya at 10 a. m. Litany and choir "Thank you. I shall be delight. J,,_ stir/ lg lit-f.'rwui'tI, mused her to

I practice every Friday night at 7:30p I I ed. When" yield unresisting as his arms. slow

| "Next Thursday." I ly encircled' her and his lips were

lowered to her responsive! lipn,
"I'll come on one rendition thatIt
( hristUn Church t "I'lease, please, she said releus-
is the woman wearing white
Serv ei at the Christian Church : log,, IIt'I,spit "go now"
loses I um dining with. .
|every Sunday morning and evening A II but I trembling with siispenso
| 1'1weal'\ white roses .
I at eleven and seven o'clock respec- : und, ilieiid, Katie O'Shuii was firstto
"That wasn't what I meant."What ,
I lively get: this next moinliiK's paper.'
did you mean then"'Shrill '
I I tell you ?" '. 1f" Itupldly' she glanced: at tire h<*a
Kin -leIJ'ke B..pti ,t Church '" Theie It WitS in the lusttiiluinn '
She felt her heart flutter, "No. *
Revun Bohannan Pastor I L " Not now I must go. '
1'reac lOg services every foUrth I CI"OI lee I'lirnelt Phoenix I'ark
Isundav: ) (10.30; o'clock A. M. Chapter 1'iiiir Minders' I.uid ill t I His( Door. I tin

a l.elteiH Printed He low. Reveal

i, "c\ Ccniplieaty "
I.OVK-AM: ) .\ :MtlCUt.K: ; I
I I. g,,. L A cold hand iippeaied/ ti> clutch .j
Something in hit besought ('II.\ !IUit: I af
BOB JONESComments '. tyti Katie introduced Parntlt Ia"i' und Hqilefare: her heart
an answer tier aunt and her stittr.
I rtplied as though speaking ( ID Hi* Continued)

On Here against her uill. The Irish. servants at KlthamI 1" .

Hereafter .". I were In a twitter of expectation -' U hUll been estimated that there

And I und nervousness. at preparing. a you'ie. very obaeivurt", eave now If It were not Impein- Were between 50.00O.OOO and 73-:

not try politics for a time-Irish 11 which Willie had told her was dinner for the great Irish lender "It's not a question of .being Intel tlve." It was the look she gave 000,000 head: of buffalo in the

'You preachers are not scientus politics Whatever else they are, I the office of the Irish members. Katie O'Shea In a white dress, 'e ted In women. The picture of him. mole than her words that world in primitive times

That. ,Is what a teacher of they're not boring." After minutes of waiting In Par- with white roses at her breast, was I you us Jon Hiit thai> night is buined. ,I I shut Willie off und eained her a

|tieiniHtiy said to the writer one Twice Katie O'Shea wrote to nell's private. office lo which his not much more comprised She into my memory. There's not a I' glance of gratitude from Pal..ni-ll.

Ilimc! A. few minutes later the scil Putnell asking him to Elthum for sccietaiy, Campbell, had shown mule; a few trifling changes with I detail. that I dont renumber" I I I "Thank you" he suid, to hei mid Nt"AUH

l< isi said l ne 1UI not believe that dinner. To neither invitation did her the .door opened and she found the table arrangements and went "I 1 can't In-ingine why" she ''to Willie: "I'm HOI ry O' h"R. II

[ tl wli.ih allowed Jonah "Who \ she .receive a l'l'ply.Vlllle told her herself face to face with Chailes Into the ill''ia'S Ing room a won led fenepd.. I hope you'll ask.. nn> again.S'illie / ';f Z'L.

h' a Ahalt swallowed Jonah ?" I Ii Parnell never read letters to liim Stewart Purnell i look" on her fare. I "[ don t know why either But \ was lesiiited lo good humm -
: l !
A Cold
| I iskei<, tht scientist. "The Bible urged her to visit the House of "You lilt not Mis 0 I"hea" ?" he I "11anythmg wrong, Katie: ? I do know that I shall can y it with '' .- "Delighted) i (jour I night Child.dependable F Ter Malari.prescription. and Influenza for
asked Aunt Ken.
aI': si he .icpHed. "It doesn'tum Commons anti l contrive Hom" way asked I me until! the day' t die." I Katie* nuidu her circuses. and l accompanied A|dnif .to( re* 25a or ind itamp
.'a''" thing of the kind. The word "Yes. You seem surprised.. ': Did "The kitchen Is like Bedlnm The shut
i! of meeting the Irish leader. lie I At. his em neatnus.s and the sini- their gust Slid .tlaua Drue Co.J'uluonvW..Ti'IAo

| In ''he inginal Is not whale, it 1 Ismonstei > I procuieii an invitation for her to you expect\ gray hair and! mittens Irish meHsinii.. Is (coming for dinner -- -- 4

.. No one knows what I and for the Vr'o and they'll. practically nil in h>'sttrlcs rr-" .. ..
I the visitors' gallery
I kin it Mel, monster It was." The first time Katie' O'Shea saw land ; not that but but not i ." FiOKIDAHIGHLIGHTS I I ittNNIfN 1il J4 ? FS3

I whoh "Tln>;v'Il be completely 1'0 when
I IVhy
aye ou.
.itudieu, i the Word carefully and I dominated the Irish nation und "\ not ?" she asked, tun'prised he doesn t turn up. j :

| pr. vt1tIliy I knows more about acti in Homo measure dominated the In her turn."L'ecause. I "He will come though I aluiuht .. \ \ !

i 'Inn i the average sciential House.. of C.>mm"Ihy swingingthe rye been looking for I wish.. he wouldn't" I
| hi ,>\\'a alxuit the Bible. The Bible I I support of the Irish members you I saw you last week at the I ::;tagp flight,"my .ih-ar' QU'1'' i iOf

oiunins) and I You white dress "Not exactly lilt hi Katie, and
bore facts history Conservative or Liberal Opeia. wore a 1' Ej -
to either
luliiiopliy than any book that has wing as suited his obstructive orconstructive with lace on it, and, white tosen" : felt she had 1 equivocated. What ;

ever o..elwillten.. It la the most policy in fighting tor "Yes. I did," said the bewildered I had happened between her and

piofounu( ) anti the deepest book In Katie O'Shea. "You tell me you Painell to make her long for himo

nil the world.. It teaches absolutely Home Rule. nC'lIced memy clothes. Is It part come and yet dread It ? What .
She had vaguely heard of Home I WItS going to happen to them ?
that understandIt to member 'lo I
I no man can of your duty a new
I l Rule all her life hut It hud meant "We're having a bet aunt'. .
who has not been bom again. It pay compliments to his wife ? I j:,
little to her until she heard. Fur- : and whether he'll show
me ,
Is up(
supei' natural book and only 18m not paying you compliments 1
for it In the Com ,.
nell .
men of supernatural apprehension pleading It was more than noticing.Won.t Mrs. O'Shea said the O GornmnMnhon. .

I c.m Understand It, yet the world is mons. you pay me the complimentof I ." "I've laid ten pounds that ,

filled, with all types of little unre- "You have passed eight Coercion believing that I am serious ?" he will. ..

gyrated" half-baked scholais who' acts for Ireland in the eighty "Hardly Mr. Parnell." "The winnings to go to the Irish 1fIfAtJr

ate aisuing about the Word of yea is since you abolished our Far- "I'm sorry but it happens that Party funds" Aunt Ben was sayinir .

C.d The poor blind Ignoramuses! llamcnt, the "unciowned king" I am or was I suppose It as the butler appeared at the f- -. I f '

a S was saying as she took a seat I In doesn't sound believeuble Ittamanner door und announced the Irish lead '.-1 / j

the vlsitors"gullery, "and what Is changed abruptly. "You 'r P.trnell took a few steps lowar. : .: [

'like'Khen you pass away' I would the result. Three rebellions a II wanted to nee me, Mrs. O'Shea?" .!? K.lle. his; eyes .going at once C
to w ear your robe Elisha said to the while Ithe06..
III million and a half people dead from "Oh have I angered you ? loses 1
substance to Elijah. "It you see starvation-three million people "Not at all. I think I've let my- .It was very !nice of you tol: .:"(:i...., ''a

111.I'h"a\ I go up, you may," Elijah .orced to leave their Und to find !.x"f! sound lather ridiculous that's CI me,' she said 1 'in a cool. social i I ... '

"'Plied. Ln others words. he aaid, food and home elsewheie. Surely ill. Was there something that you voce that' eve k",1 an equally tin- i '

"Eluha I am going to be supernaturally emotl net : She
this Is a spectacle that marks the wanted to ask me?" rep.y Intt'oducedlhu' I l'I"i .

"We translated. If you are very height of suffering.: For years "You uon't read letters do you?" !aunt, i ..ri ,

to apprehend the supernatu- "How do do, Mr. Parnell ?
the government has debated you
English "Who told that ?
"ral' you I
y>u can wear a prophet and the Transvaaland You've lost me ten poundsto. the i
rube on Egypt "I've found It out. I've written
) :
lost TO a great extent we have India, wept over the sorrows of to twice." Itlsh Party tun.Is. I never thought

our apprehension of the super you Fri be subscribing to that '
and Armenians except,
natural the Bulgarians "You ve written to me ? I always I I
Educational: training scl"tific far. distant from Its .->f course, thl oug-boo Willie" 'l'r '
knew I'd miss something Importantone a
.. I '
discoveries travel and all Joorn-and all the while across Mahon. hastened. l to cover Cap I
""'"ieui opportunities will never b\ tain O'Shea's discomfort at the
of water called the Irish
a that strip "You don t participate In social
substitute for the New Birth. To un thrust: "It's great work you're doIng -
Sea a slater people agonizes life, do you ? Dinners, parties the
"M'teistand' life at all one must be these days sir, though I doubt ,
.""ve. heeded. optra Oh but you dici go to
breath the the Phoenix Park
aupernatural murders won't
As Parnell sat down amid a 't.
air we have to have spiritual lungs. opera help you in any way." I
To great demonstration from the Irish "Last week was the first time I'd ,
a"e the spiritual heavens theaul Katie's sister Clara who had .
of members -
> and a scattering English been for years. I felt suddenly thitI ,
mint have spiritual eyes To just been Introduced to Purnell,
ilk a man she recognized from( wanted to hear music. The first
through the universe with took up Mahon a cue gushingly:
Cod It his pictures as the great Gladstonearose act was almost over. When the I I
i H
necessary to have aplrltf "Aren't they the most dreadful .
the .
and addressed Speaker. lights went I saw you almost I
>'< f, up
<-t The world filled with things ever heard of ? The
you new \.ct.\
has I ,
member tol I
church "The Honorable Immediately. Again its going .( /
people who are trying to be Thief Secretary. Lord Frederick .
the conviction ( .
emotion--and wondered
with but I
spoken sound ridiculous ..
"Kloua without religion and whore which !I! Cavendish, an Englishman and a
and Impatience If that was why I felt I had to go- I .
trying to be Christians withOut with visitor, murdered In Dublin In .
cornea from true sympathy a to meet you to see you Have; "
Christ nnd who are trying to But I would remind him be j I broad diyllRht- .
u", cause. ever felt there might some-
eihtantl without an understandIng I that the matter before the House" you somewhere, who. If you could "A gesture against the English" 1 tc so 1'0 I'1AP e f'l 1 VP."l" 1'';,

neait one. :: said Willie. -'fgAMcW"" 1'fr ; Ce1IAPcxP.cE r ,
Is the Foreign Office- vote-- find that was the oneyou'd
0 0 S person "A most brutal cruel and senseless : ''IC1'O''te& 'Ieii1( 4tt.M';:, 3-17 'oJo 1''iN.1JIn ; :
I always. been meant to meet .
Is temporaland gesture alibI P.trnrll: In -- -
Been a
: which
is laid in substance that it is I IU8 "That Hve never felt that ?" I
I is, unseen is eternal you voice that wan at this :
H. which savage new
j Jf to cast pearls before swine. that "No, I think not. but. some 1592:;() twelve Trancliifan" m'' .slonar'e? ar-| el *\,..igr< looMna: ; THUMPr.T? : TI'.F.r: :, wW"h !r-ov ,at.lm
S\ "uii' ." The real values are always: obstru' lion to what he was thriving -
*." have n'> appreciation of hidden to a min who looks at life times I've' wished I did h''lIeve I to uttmn for his suffering at St. Auijujtine with their sup >ri.>r and, pi iced : south': n a: '.i of I toni! it t Tint dccule .,> li ,i->

[f. We Theie are really very few I,I through materialistic! eyes. The there could be such a person I I Ie'l's country. "The blow may have been themselves umlor the charge of father 1'iancl;* 'Icil: plint h"s but a sin;!'? te-n: wliich. ,s lv>l .*
who his
have the proper appreJ"al Material There was> a sort of Clime In Helena. Ono anti quits branchL-na\ near the o' ."c. f!.'.cj.
.n f ''soul will outlive all worlds directed at the Englhh. but It Manon, warden of the ronvtnt of St. except
> spiritual values. It III' embarrassed
that the Christian religion things perish. Therefore the thai HU Iden'y : stabbed the Irish 1'iirty In the brick. of them, Father FrancIs I'unja, drew up In th" the limlH! spread out into clumps of folnjo roar

''P Immortal smil to be happy must Katie. It 'A'IIlity\ a strain forever on the language of the Yemaaeei hU ".\brl Jpsinent of tiltS brandi er>U. The clusterec .1 l-"dor strkrs.) !
biiHlnesiH. If there were no "1 knew the moment that I saw :
C 1"1 preachers or churches In come In touch with the unseen that I believed' It." he said. "I name of Ireland" Christian Doctrines," said to be the fret woiK coi.i- which are tie! t.uit, are evr"-al" Inerin' l"i ''I.l lm1

Antrwa- real estate would have values which! are Imperishable.! you pictured you as someone distant Katie had moved, to the piano piled In any of our Indian, languages.A camne: ; to give t.e! t'Cv: at urtuiuut, oln.J1,1,j.m.'i.ial '

? v.due. However, the man who 'f man Is really a Christian unless he and remote- woman wearing while Parnell was speaking and fruit that look like a taa-l but tat. I t"a '" ; u. :*trin.e.;
I'I'au I '
f pports a Gospel program simply I knows how to put the Imperishableabove eternal white roses. Its difficult to believe rearranged a vase of flowers, Captal'tO'Shea flit I Such la the distinction of tr-3 fruit ot the
or' th@ the perishable and the :: followed and spoke to
material benefits It bnng.1 that you've beea quite ,
has which Is temporal.
no true appreciation of values. I I above that


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1'KC .: I'ECTS' : GOOItMIOULR I was made at the request of citizen! : who was recently convicted of exert due dlligetic.! .,
Bradford County Telegraph I IOU :: FIKIiAThe Commissioner'sMinutes and legal representatives, of these breaking Into a building: In Brooder State Tax Lund fn, ""cllr:;
middle of another summer ? 1 municipalities :, in a county boarding home In and the Board agrec.i Mi(|<:i
1877 finds Tallahassee and middle Flor- !o,'ohnom' Artloii Duval! Cot-nty. He was too youngto reasonable amount .- ""ro('(> *
Established! I ida in goo I financial condition and It At Mo"laY'8 meeting the county be sent to the Industrial Schoolat expenses Incurred b\ "1lh trI"
with prospects- for better times to attorney was Instructed to file an Marlanna. The application was carrying out these inn. "i" riff I l
ME/ \ BET.LORifAPRESSASSOCiATION. come. Bradford l County municipalitieswill appearance for the county In the made by the! District Board: of Social Was further Instruct. '. "? 8t **<
fora of Home Owner: Lo-.l\ Corporation Welfare. In the same motion turpentine t !
\ I As southern Florida prepares after October 1 receive one-- case I i.
.. in the commissioners. discontinued the to '"WJ!
bumper tourist crop and for the half of road mnlnten nce funds ,'ersll.1.J. : R.imos Immediately 111,1,,, _
J .. 3auvaird 3lotictc,' \j j profitable marketing- of citrus the collected within their Incorporated- HiliBboro-.tBh County. In wh'c'i the 110 per month allowance of Mrs, ments to pay or have "/, aagunder 'I
moles defendant CUe: Broskle.When what
was party Is .
tobacco growers of middle Floridaare limits, it was announced followinga county known .
harvesting- and selling bright meeting at the Board of County because; It holds judgment- called for there!: were no Law on lands upon ,* F'utr
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class leaf In u quantity larger than last Commissioners here Monday. This against; J. K. Ramos, one of the rejections: by taxpayers to assessments pect to continue- .....";, ''v.

Matter; at the foot. Office ill Starke, FloridaE. season and at excellent prices, division Is required by law, but had Mendel Scoby bondsmen. Ramos as fixed by the county tax --.-
ranging/ upward of thirty cents a not been" made since the Bradford h: d evidently borrowed money on assessor and the figures were accepted City Council J1(''fti .
for the better- grades.'' tie ptopotty from the HOLC and by the commissioners to be The
.. .___..___.._Editor and Owner pound County Board of Bond Trusteeswas City Council .'\Ipe.j\\
L, Matthews! New- money, pouring in from created In 1921. At that time tr-a! county will try to protect Its the correct and legal values! for the night, paid current( bill. 1M ,

sources Jill| over the state, tends to the municipalities: probably agreedto r,000: Urn year 1037.: posed of routine I busim- MIl, d
SUBSCRIPTION RATEYearly' Improve conditions" everywhere- as forfeit their half in order to as- Ueftiso !School Hoard At the Tuesday meeting of the Torruella, representing ,. ,
Six !Months. 75c-I'ajable in Advance it circulates In the channels of slat in the building of state roads The c 'mmlHSiancrs refused a re- commissioners, the following business Service gasoline com, 1Vawarded ,Oyu
$1.50; 'eat from A. J. Ctl/fla, school superintendent w
I trade. National business now hovering through their limits. qi was transacted: a six month '!
.Ad\erti-in; Rates on ApplicationMUSSOLINI around 100 per cent 'of the Between- $500 and $700 a year to give the school A communication was received- supply gasoline foi ,llr'clh II; !;'!
192(> standard keeps tourists on themove will be divided among Stiuke beard the county's share of the I'rom the State Welfare Board to trucks '/I
FARMER; CKEEN ACREE race track funds next year- (approximately the effect that under the Ii i
AND payments
spending money as they go Lawtey,.und Hampton aa a result .
Mussolini and other $12.000) for the purpc.ie Welfare Act ''as passed by the 1935. '0....('v.: or 0111:1111: ..... ..
No matter what we personally think of : I :and keeps our customers In all of this action of the board, which of NotU'V: IK hvlfliv i "_.;
of construction KIutiilcrnlnumi
track in encouraging states In the market for our pro applying on Legislature- ; would probably be held UK fCMthlX -|h,.",," I 'I
most of his policies: he seems to be on the right duce. ... I an elementary- school building In up until January so far as same relates Florida, and, ".
the"Ith\ and prosperity soon, he stated, ciylng: : that, two Starke. of '.1111,." vttf. ,)tain' u "rit r,' .
large families promote I Tallahassee will feel ,the effects to dependent children.' Where- surd. ftlh, or-.d. lv Ihtir ,
handled that" productlast matter
large plants ,; The of erection of school the Board decided to con* nrHilff.nl !O.un'ly K
'of his country.If i I I ;f this national and state.prosper season and two more are under bus stations, as suggested- by contn'ctol' upon Hurry Z5lh' A.!T: > IIIIA! : ,
from clone to home I, ity. The citrus tourist and tobacco construction for next year Tho unuu payments to widow s with J Jtldlfn.nl'...1..1..1) !?, ,i VOL4 "I"
it wasrefer
further 1 proof n'eedwl, comes J. Q.: Anderson children in school( at by /oj l C"i.ri.n| J
families are advocated as: an money now circulating will bespread nation at- pl'eKe-nt"I.r.- I pursuing investigations red to the County Bond Trustees.To dependent of for ellchilld'up\ Hnilrh'i.rfl.liiMHrr, |:,: : ,P J n''
as Marianna, Florida where big su that some of It will flow a.l I In\.tlg"t. Refunding pluintiff.andHgalnN' \I]
farmer. And he to and including the first thr.e.children \I'
economic advantage: by (-ounce M. Green a : through Tallahassee' trade' lines tnes and -developing\ new i ao.d improved I It WHS'decided to again go into oqe'Jcllar m-n. A. A. ll'.iitvii.:: n |. !, '
of, each family and Ilasrn;; l l'wX.. lir.wn'I, : \.q'
should know, for he is the father of twenty-five children ranjrinirin I :nd we will prosper with our '.: agricultural products. for I the mllttet><;.' f, refunding the'coun. 'per month for each additional K.: W.. 1111."o, i.i.. d,-ts, r '
months and he neighbors ;Tlorlda ,; he concluded; bonds In dei'sgiied, hi"" i 1.\1..11 I
to seven : ; growei: ty's outstanding refunding
from thirty-three years : child; t on Aruntlay SeLU4>nil f
age ,,
'loser and more dlrectbeneflts: ) : \I'. -. -- .;, l.1 effort to if lower- inter- : A
of meal bag ,I : an secure tB'IT. fliirlnir the 1 IVKH! .
a Exclssive "
bushel of corn, a bills t /been
never has! had to buy a : will come from the new livestock COMMISSIONED: <* PLAN : est rate' and the .clerk was Instructed drug having Hell at puMlf. i ifr
,of potatoes, or a gallon of syrup. All of the children excepta I I auction market and from the erection ISt'IH.F;r.FOR ltmH' to give the matter- proper submitted to the Board for pay htdder,>nt for door r'u,11 i>f"t11"1[ ; ,
ones work ; and together they turnout !, near here of a federal prison. -- .. publicity and to contact interest- ment out pf the Clinic Fund, it was iiinrth' In ,
few of the youngest: r"II"'I1111" ,
decided and the County Nurse so y
most productive The live stock market will draw 'Continued From Page One) ed parties and firms. The countynow lin. lot iif iinuiluh
4', what Mr. Green claims is one of the stock producers from many adjoin. has approximately $825,000 of Instructed that in the future Indi- It'af. ...fHtlumtrd' apt| 't''I

farming jobs in West Florida. ing counties and from neighborng Indebtedness- _. _____ 225.00 refunding bonda outstanding, bearing vidual needs wpuld have to be hell soul whlih pound such. loliu-.itud) | hr riw,Ii''
and folks will states. The largest cash live ---- tin interest rate of six perCf11I.n to not exceeding- $3.00 per month, which. at Ihf tlin ol 11.le'l i, i q
r There are two sides to every question, some wan.Mlttiutvd In II \\' +I ,
stock market In the state will provide Total __._______....____.$1,12500Bond issue at five percent saving any exceptions thereto would be barcu liar" 4. H"ell. II'
tell you that every addition to the family means just one better- prices for our farmers &: Bridge. Maintenance FumlRoad Cue county around $8,000 a year) approved only alter a personal Investigation A. o Ao\r: >IFl': .
more mouth to feed, but it has long been a recognized fact and cattle men and, while many of and Bridge Mainten- could be made now, but the board 'and report by the County Am. Sheriff Florida"r .lie dAgt'

lr that the man who makes the most money from his strawberries them will spend much of their ance _?_-_._______.__10,000.00 Is trying to effect one at four or County Nurse KNIUIIT'ney*&for K plaintiff.Nil IHTAttoi
The Sheriff Instructed to
money In their home communities four and. half percent, meaning was 85t-R-a
is the one who has a large
in Bradford County Tallahassee merchiRit will be ableto Total __._____________$10,000.00 a saving of from $12,000 to $16-
family to handle the picking and packing of the fruit without attract to this city buyers In Hand Bridge Bond Interest 4. 000 annually .FORTY ACRES OF FUN AT S. F. IN,9
additional labor. large numbers with money. This Sinking Fund
having to hire any Meek Rallrottfl Taxes
4' Perhaps Mussolini and Farmer Green have the right s the closest and largest trading Interest and Sinking Re- The commissioners agreed to pay
center and one through which buyers quirements$83,000.00
the board's rats.share of the
idea. It's worth a trial at any rate. and sellers must pass to reach -- pro k ? 1.
expense of suits that commissioners d' 1
o the market. Total _______.________85000.00 and school boards all over the 1+
iI! IS THE OLD CAMP MEETING; PASSINCJ; AWAY ALSO The federal prison will providea Bond ".'ulllllne'ollnt Fund state: will soon: begin In an effort
payroll while it Is being built To Expense (of Refunding to collect In full taxes
Like Fourth of July picnics and other relics:\ of the past, the delinquent
and a market! for meats and produce Program for 'County owed by railroad companies. It
old fashioned camp meeting seems to be rapidly fading into afterward. Road Bonds ____..,____..3,000.00 is stated that Including 1937 lazes

oblivion. However, folks in Georgia are not giving up with- With these prospects the outlook _. --- -- around $24,000 Is owed to this ,

out a struggle and Co\' ngton-a town up that way:broke for a prosperous year is very Total ___..____ ___$3.000 00 county by the railroad.
bright.Tallahassee Democrat. It was thereupon resolved that Also at off
Mondays representative
week with activities at its Old Salem meeting a -
into the news:\ this camp- - .- t.heClerk of the Circuit Court be of the Board of County

ground, described as follows : KI.OItlOA( KOI' llrected to have- the foregoing es- Commissioners of Nassau County -
it be- 01'TLOOK BKKill'l mates as made by the Board of made application for Bradford's
,h "The camp meeting essentially is the name as was
,Bounty: Commissioners published inS prisoners, oath white and 'black
fore the war between the states. .In most cases rows of tents (Continued' from( Page One) newspaper In the County by one and slated that the sixty to ninety

facing a wooden tabernacle are still in use ''million'and: ; a copy thereof, properly Jay prisoners would be transported

q ; "Worship !strviVes three times a day, chicken dinners, and the wctk of the experiment certified forwarded to theComptroller '0 the place of employment within
tatlon were- iepoited by H. H. of the State of FlorIda !'"..ty-e-tght- hours after conviction
{ family reunions, sleeping on straw beds, campfire chats Hume, of Gainesville. The labora- ; -".and sentence, and $1 per month ...,............,5

that's campmeeting." 'oiy. was completed this week: he It, ''was further ordered by the I would be paid: for each ablebodiedman. This artist's sketch of the entrance to tie Midway! : at the lib

; A fascinating picture, we say. Too bad if this grand old Id. and Installation! of equiptunt Board; that a meeting will be held The board accepted the prop- Golden Gate International Exposition, to be held on Trei his begun. He also spoke of August 20 A. ,D. 1937, at which osition.An Island In San Francisco Bay, dyes an idea ol the pyiolecii.uc uj
a t institution goes the way of so many other worthwhile things \ new cune developed' by the ata- time. a permanentbudget- will be expenditure of $15 per month electrical display which will greet millions of visitors to *
'Ion which uI\'ance.! the World's Fair fun zone. Amazing as well as amusing, the Eipt
p in a changing age. grinding adopted for ths.' fiscal year 1937- was authorized to pay board for
MOB'S forty-acre Midway will be a sportive Pageant of UN
\ o 'eason one full month and pro. 1938.; Alvin Robinson ten-year-old youth, Pacific.FLORIDA .
duces: ,Twice as much sugar as .!.There being no further business
present varieties. | the, Board adjourned I
Governor Cone has just made two predictions that few Citrus, waste for cattle feed will j, L L. Conner, Chairman. m : -HlitMitLJI.- lAtMIf*** fb&wt W

people> will argue with him about. lie says that some day Sea idd millions to Florida's Income: A.: J. Thomas Clerk. ; ;

''I' Island cotton will become one of Florida's principal products /' ti'-1, +n4 yryla' 'r j ", ', .
''I(: as will the production of bright leaf tobacco for cigarettes. He I .se

" told of his experiences as a youth when North Florida produced LOW COST

100,000 bales of long staple cotton a year He also said), .: ,

i "The finest: bright leaf tobacco in the world can be grown in i1

,;,,,, North Florida and a few South Georgia counties.

, k ]Bradford County farmers: will readily agree with the f i. .J +

; Governor in these two predictions.: They expect to gross: f j

: ; aruunl13,000 l ; from their tobacco this year and hope for at g

least: $;)0,000 from Sea Island cotton this fall. Apparently a.

those two crops are here to stay, and they will go far toward

1 maintaining the buying power of the Bradford farmer at an FOR T3RE WHO

i even level throughout the year.HERE I



'.t, It is refreshing in this mercenary age to find a man who h.

has courage enough to give up-his job rather: than go against
'r his ideas of right.

rt Thomas J. Hamilton, for eighteen years editor of the I

*: Augusta Chronicle, this week addressed his resignation to the 1

International Paper and Power Company, owners of they

Chronicle, and gave as the reason : "Your evident hostility toward ,
j the Democratic Administration."

a "For more than a century he continued, "the Chronicle TN U-G e4Y

'i;r has been outstanding as a Georgia Democratic publication ..

( and it I is with deep sorrow that I see it developing into a '.- I SM4" Ill.
/f1WN. NfJUi
newspaper!: which rivals the New York Herald-Tribune in its --,. II I 7'H8 Iill/tiJJ SONi -
: J )
Republican policies.:" ..o/

;; We have-.no knowledge of the c&se'-but' even if Mr. Hamilton Sumo, sew. .......1,
_. till. .. .- 0' TN.ouJ OQMGs7aLiS
:} in wrongf|imhhfchacges: we still think it is refreshing tot ...,T.k.a trip 1t1' Florida t /N7Ni

t hear of a man who'Is willing to..make such a sacrifice for what .M.... ..... sad, tad a.w.a.a.p /NlpgitNf.p -
.e w.UI E.Iot ;
:;; _" he believed is right. ........igM-...I.g wit4c..e.si.l e r
'; ..:. .. ...... : YJf.
0 .... .IIe..1', A J
5&'. :. ... r turn ,
' ry,: A St. Louis milk route wagon' is pulled by la zebrat .- ........r...taravtl terlhcr.! c.8 + ', nn/svzLE
,........1 ,..... MUI ..... +, Flea &aovss cos tX'tf/B
' .. News It.m. Ah, the jars and stripes forever:an I it were.o %.p..I..' -T' ..... l 2 1 1n 'aLaasr/NT/Ig,4w7; D.S47ZS ,
;; ...4 trip ...,.9. hut a AND /t ANNPAUY V'1x0 '
tr.<: ...r 1 c.at-p.r- "
rt;t About the time you think you can Lank on a man being tiU., ..lail. Zephyr It..... IIY MANY. 7Pe/tri5/:

your friend, he comes around wanting a loan. briaq ..W bawd luxury. i
r -- 0 Compare These Round Trip Fares!

Scientists!: say that ages\ l ago an elephant was no larger I

than a pijf.: A circus parade must have been an awful flop in I JACKSONVILLE _____$ 1.45 CHICAGO ._________J27.25 I II While in East undoubtedly orange groves existed go-Lucky Hammock .which he budded r I
DAYTONA BEACH-- 2.45 NEW YORK ___..______ 2550 Florida many years before the local sour orange trees. For mast
.. those: days. I I TAMPA __._ ___._? 4.70 WASHINGTON ____ __ 20.20 practically all were destroyed by the years he carried the fruit by boats to >* I
-0 I CLEARWATER ?... 5.50 DENVER _w_ ,_ 46.J3 freeze of 1835 and it was not until after Smyrna for shipment to New York. T.?1
VV, PALM BEACH ? 9.45 LOS ANGELES ,? _.. 65.70: t the close of the Indian War in 1842 that grove is undoubtedly one of the ol.1e< 'If|

No-,4: i KEY WEST .. .....__ 18.10 ASIIEV1LI.E _. __..._ 13.70 orange growing in Florida began to take on the United States. J
ORLANDO .. _. H____ 4.TO LnXINQTON.:>/ KY19.90 a commercial aspect. Under the "Armed The GNATCATCIIEFcommon
it i f.' them the idea that they were supposed to lend money instead 'I TALLAHASSEE _?_.__ 505 CLN'CINNATI ?-?._ 20 33: Occupation Act" by congress, qualified Blue-Gray in the central part of Florida a:
; Ii of borrow it.Oklahoma. citizens could obtain 160 pa''
acres of Florida :
t : ; SKKK: STATION the year and reaches the southern
-0 UNION BUS RE''sLi.F1y' land by cultivating it for It
STATION '.111\\\1)', .\Knt seven years. winter. In the northern counts;
i ,N; mountain girls are said to be bleaching their Many settlers came, but one of the first abundant during the nesting seadou batU'

balr with broomweed, elder bark, egg yolk and saffron. The entries made under the act was that of rare in winter. The Gnatcatch reseo!!! '

'j only' drawback to these homemade methods, from a woman's, LORI DA MOTOR IINES J starting Douglas the Dummit in November 1842. On bles the mocking bird in shapj and cola'
orange grove selected
though not in aize.rr' .
, standpoint\ is that they are so terribly inexpensive. a sweet orange tree from the Happy-

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