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 20, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02607
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Fctubli hed li7 Subscription-For Year, $1.30; SIx'Mintha, 75c-Pajable in Advance E. 1.. Matthews. Editor and Owner i'

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Options Taken above Lax Gren as they are and started Shown Mrs. School Board I i'hI h

out to enjoy a ride ; I II

On 1,500 Acres : along recent the vacation boardwalk trip one Not to Accept ,

to look Atlantic well-pleased City. ,They but ; ,,, I :

It's our bet that
had much rather be } r

Brooker Land I spending a few weeks Pay ScheduleELECTION

at their summer coIl r :
loge on Kingsley Lake.
l But If Congress Just -- ': I

\ F,'rich Lands, Inc Interested AN ODD ONE I wont keeps them adjourn In Wash and SOONFIVE Manning Offer Resolu. ''\

In Bradford ington dining the hot + Lion Rescinding Former i,

Farming Section BUSHEL OF MATCH ;i the best they cnn undel' I : CIIOSKN: IN Approval -f.
the ""
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I Not In recent years s f+ 1

USE UNKNOWN In answer to our request last has Congres found It The annual city election in BUDGET"BACK j\
ntcessary to "remain in 'yar
-- week for information on local oddities session so far into the l' Staiko will be held Tueailiy, September .1.

\ One J/rlll Reported Offer- Joe Ttuby recalled a cob- summer, However, II, accenting to an official Sc'eral/tem'J AttackedAt

bler, Tom Hollingsworth who hada President Roosevelt's notice published by F, Frank Litnilium .

fd $10jOOO for JOO shop here at one time and who demanl that important I mayor Meeting Last : i

Acre TractA saved the stems of matches after t legislation be passed' i rT e I I The following officers are to be Friday
before '
they had! been struck. He hud a adjournment has 'elected: one major: two aldermen i

bushel basket almost full Joe says made Congressmen/: '.p-IM fff ; one clerk treasurer tax as- t ir r
"is J swelter In the Tlio Bradford, County Hoard of
feeling that something big H, K: Lagergren also remembers capital torrid tit ; ;''sesBor and tax collector (tall one t'
the BrookerIwction while thinking I. Public Instillation at a special ,
| the 811" pervaded Mr. Hollingsworth but says he about their cool w Job I ; one marMiull
sum- afternoon !
meeting Wednesday
tills week as reports circulated saved match stems not because he mer homes In various Inspectors for the election will

I that at least eleven farmers was merely eccentric/ but because parts of the country. a e I be: P. A. Scott K A. Newsome unanimously adopted a resolution i
rescinding in action In adopting a I
controlling more than 1,500 he made shoe pegs out of them I However September r and A W, Anderson Sr
I acres of excellent land in that area. Mr. Lugeigren also told the Telegraph lis one of the most delightful ..- salary schedule proposed by the

I had given options on their holdings that "There are In months at county teachers' association The 1
Inc of Win- Kingsley so perhaps resolution offered by W C. Manning
to Florida Lands Starke who collect burrowed books TOBACCO BRINGSApproximately ?
that has Congress", will adjourn was as folium: j
Park a concern just libraries of
ter tor the sake of starting before cold
weather "\\ HM': tp\S: In i
offices In the Graham milking up
opened their own. but this trait Is too drives all summer reslI -
I the budget. Snt the rurrenti. .r
| at Gainesville. oddi- dents
building common to be classed with I away. n't
One man had agreed to sell a 400 ties, I have also heard that thereis ,It upM-urs| that the! slat will
contribute lrM thus the estimate
ere tract for 10000. It was stated a man here who after borrow- i
I Otiieis who gave options on ing a lead pencil returns It to the 563 CHILDRENIn MARRIAGE RATE PAPER COMPANY $40,000 to the County School Fund, And
"\\HKItK\M.! funds will not
1 their land would bring the total involved owner Instead of absent-mindedly OFF SLIGHTLYCOUNTY I
'IN utulliible for the of
to round $30,000 it Is be- putting It into his own pocket butI PRICES: : AVERAGING: ; payment "
Bradford At Fernandina teaches, unlit rlrs for the current
I lieved can't find out his name 25; CENTS PER 1
,Our at the rate prntldrd In the ;
j, E Bartlett vice-president andgeneral The State Chamber of Commerce .. POUND 1
'l'eiw'hrra' !Sulary !hedulr.. which '
I of the firm was all about oddities In FOR 1937 LAND
manager wants to know GET TREATMENTINJECTIONS .i OPTIONING was adapted April 5, 1937 us the
I reached by long distance telephone this section and the Telegraph will Dan Cupid, spearing an average I I Bradford' tobacco growers are rule this Hoard would If able,

I late Wednesday afternoon but did appreciate information from any of I of fourteen hearth a month for the (I thin week making final sales In pay IciM-hers, And
I statement as to thepUl'plS readers concerning odd plants II many Instances of their crop
nut make its
any accountedfor
first seven of this year, : (} "\\'HEltK.IN the triitiitlt
I of the prospective trans- animals businesses and hobbles of FOR TYPHOID 100 marriages from January 1, ml.mO; TO 50,000 : which Is described an above the av- n 4
DIPHTHERIA. ACRES TIED Ul' erage for this county. The total budget has been returned by the
actions, He said his company was peopleCOUNTYOFFICES,
through July 31 according to records -
SMALL: POX GIVEN Elm acreage, passing well the 200 State with Inntrm-tlnnn to rut the
in timberland -- -
interested only "cheap -
In the office of County Judge
iinls In mh ....ntath.
mark hall netted farmers more uiiii> provided "' ,
Reports from other sources, I E K. Perryman. Last year's figures .
had it that the companyhad A total of S63 Bradford County It was unofficially estimated this than eight hundred pounds to the budget for transportation. ,I
however for a corresponding periodwere
[ put up amounts varying from school children (not including Brad- slightly higher with a totalof week that from :30,000 to 30000 I acre with an anticipated returnof and teacher nulurleo, (" i
ford High School) have received Bradford timber 10000. "THKKKIfOKK. BK IT KRSOIAKI :j
I best I acres of County
of the
$20 to $100 on some 123 matches for the first seven
farming land In the Brooker sec- Report Fees immunizing Injections for typhoid months of 1936. It was also point land huh been optioned by the The Hales of tobacco in this ) BY THIS BO A It U. '

small pox and diphtheria In the of Kraft Paper Corporation, now constructing ;I county during the closing. season that the action of thin Hoard In .
I tion. ed out that a lara percentage "
past few weeks it was learned yestel'day a giant mill at Fernan have, surpassed any period since si> .adopting said Teiu'hers' Salary
here, and MONTHS the marriages were white couples
HepuiU reaching
L alone, brought back, by visitors to from! Mrs Olennie Hlckok, ... .. dint the early nineteen hundreds when Schedule'. lie and Is herehyerselndeel
county nurse. The Injections are thelorpoiution. thin along with Sea Island '' l. And
of employed by crop
A men
broker varied to Sll crew
widely as p- AIR MAIL WEEK .
given free of charge by the state are now making cotton, which also la milking Its "HK IT ri'KTIIKIt KKSOIA'

posed motives of the pending land RECOUPS SHOW S5. : !''I.53 I board of health to all children who AUGUST 23-30 quarters In Stnike while debut In a big-time wiry earned for I Male, that If any -iu-her be unwilling
I from
Everything NET EARNINGS; IN will take them The typhoid Injections lands Including the heal-I I Koll-tilling funnel' ninny millionsof ti> tench for the amount
lung proves! to paper mills was 1937 TO DATE one shot per week for IS IN COMMEMORATION OF holdings of the Empire dollars that run |M< paid that his or herresiguattan
suggested In rumors that were rife three weeks immunizes for threeyears DEVELOPMENT OF shall Iw hn".h&t.ly. ;'
Company, Next year farmers' say, one of
throughout the western part of the officials, small shot leiulereil and .d."
Five Bradford County pox one needed AIR SERVICE u'crpt4 [ $ r
the of tub will
mills largest heron
used by the pulp acieuges
count Timber
> It was the general opinion major office-hoiders! ,' received net eliminates the chances of contractIng Mi. Manning moved the adop-, .,
be what Is largely unfit for probubly result" as this edison hits
that the company "meant business Postmaster F. F. Stump announced will II ;.
Incomes! of $583853 for the first the. disease for seven years; that Bradford lion of such resolution motion ;
although not ready to announce this week that the local nther purposes: trees that have finitely proven If'ImiMisly
six! month pay period of 1937 ac. while the diphtheria Injection, only seconded by IJ, Lewis and tinun-
Is suitable for this
| definite plans at this time.In cording to figures filed in receipt one shot necessaiy Immunizes for office will cooperate with the Na- been tuipentlned out and those County glowing passed. '
( a recent statement appealing in the I I I life tional Association of Postmasters that ate removed during thinning ClOp An average of about twenty.five '
and Income reports It was announced lit the
expense :: cents with prices surging superintendent's
I In a GamcHville Mr. Bartlett "Air Mall Week"beginning I'l'oc'eIlMe"
'n an
paper Clerk of Circuit Mrs. Hlckok stated that! relatively sponxoilng
office of County somewhat higher In Instances office that a complete ;
I laid his would handle "In- \ and continuing mills are expected to ninny
Monday openlip
company June few children took Paper t
the treat-
the period salaried
Court for ", In the Georgia and )Florida list of Individual tI'II\1'f'r's ,
I Vestment eftY. timber tracts 30, 1937. ments and that many mote started through August 30 a vnst new industry in this section markets has been realized by local bus drivers salaries, and bus routes 1,
I reforesting (lands pulp wood tracts. the typhoid shots and T. Frank Landrum, Mayor of of Florida Two are being con- I .
One of the five offices that of I grown and triune from other Is being prepared\ and will be available
lung oil 1 lands and cat- stiucted. at Feinamllna. one
plantations, before the Starke, has Issued the following
course was completed.
tie Tax Assessor f:. VV, Hayes showedno of sections", of the state for publication next week. It
I lanches. for the period,, while the The diphtheria injections were .)reclamation: .lJcks"n: vIIII', with possibilities I II .. was not estimated yesterday what I'
expense located at Palatka, ,I -- -
(If the proposed sales become fl- remaining four required $1.2.1438 given mostly to pre-school age "WHEREAS from the time of another being further reduction would be made h '

'sal and the land Is turned to other with county Judge s office using children as! It Is at the early ages he first airplane flight on Decem- An Idea of the vastness of the I' LOW TAX RATEEXPECTED In the amount budgeted for teach I

purposes! it will mean the re- the smallest expense Item of $20 when persons are most susceptibleto jtr 17, 1903 byorvllle and Wilbur I paper mills operation In this area I'i I ers' Hulailes. t I
moval of of the richest and this to life and be gained from the fact that ,,
one and the highest. $823,58. being necessary great menace A'rlght to the present day the development may !I f'

most productive sections of the for the Clerk of Circuit health. The hypodermic injections of air transportation a sawmill operator here Wednesday': EXACT FIGURES IN With $62,814,00 for teachers' salaries '

county from the general farming Court. I were given by Dr. Gaines of the has been both rapid and continu looking over possibilities for operating ) NEXT WEEK'S and $1 ,:lMOO for bus drivers!) ;

plctuie Brooker farmers this listed below as state board of health with head- ous, and. In this county left withoutbeing I TELEGRAPH representing", Its two largest expen. 11

year grossed more than $10.000 Total figures In th. report are quarters In Jacksonville. Mrs "WHEREAS, the speed"and wlltbillty able to find a suitable tract i appealed Tax Assessor 10:. W.
from available
to Hickok assisted with the work
watermelons and expect as I {
which the vehicles maintenance of Bradford
: with new
officials, namely
receive around $40,000 from their given for the five did the supervisor Mrs J. L. So- ... -- / Hayes yesterday said he would an-
schools for 1937-38
County Sheriff Cir- it flight Inverse both land and sea County was returned ,
Judge tax values and
County nounce complete
tobacco crop. General truck crop gaird. R. N., of Jacksonville. to reduce to Inconsequentially Tuesday by the State Boardof
Court Clerk Tax Assessor and las so Improved as B. H. S. TO OPENSEPTEMBER
cuit rate for 1937-38: In the August 27
early this, summer did correspondIngy The schools and the number of distances that once Education for change i
,, Tax Collector.E. : Issue of the Telegraph following necessary
well. children receiving treatment for In of time 6 The amount allowed for teachers*
1tlered. point
county Judge. I vere con
K. Perryman the' meeting railed for today, when
each disease in each school are asDiph. -
almost-Insuperable and, represented an Increase over la.,t
total receipts $705.28: ; total expenses .equlred. COUNTY'S TWENTY CITHER the county commissioner. antlcli -

SKEET SHOOT $20: total net Income follows: "WHETEAS In addition( to the I SCHOOLS ALREADY INI i pate adoption of the 1931.33 an- year's figures, but (Is approximately : '

POPULAR $68528 School .Ty'pd S P. jrt' Lt saving In time possible to us I OPERATION mitl( budget sad) fixing tax rates ; ten per cent less than th*- '

A. O. Andrew county sheriff tJ- Brooker 92 2 14 ''n Actual travel the" United, States I The &assessor while unable to definitely amount that would be required by

ELDR1DGE SMITH HIQH tal receipt. $.,MOU; total expenses Hampton 119' 0 S Post Office Department has con- Bradford County High School: say felt optimistic about the salary schedule adopted by the I

SCORER FOR LAST $442.30 and total net Income Woodlawn 18 0 5 .r cted to use the/vast network of will open for Its 1937-38 term here the forthcoming rates which he belieVEd Bradford County Teachers' Association. i

WEEI $1,097.84. Vanderbilt 13 0 3 planes for the delivery of mall Labor Day September 6. It was would be somewhat lower I .

A. J. Thomas clerk of circuit I Hellbronn :13 3 34 and, does so use them and, letined this week from the office than the 1916-37. thereby saving The budget, as first submitted i .

large crowd of spectators gathered court total receipts 1872.38: total Lawtey 114 .. 5 48 WIIF.KKAS.; practically all of school superintendent. A. J. Grlf- tnxpuyeis money on real and "personal also contained the following items f 'r'

and seemed to get a big expenses $623,58, and total net II New Rlver.9 2 S '('rt Ign countiles have extensive I fli Nine of the ten white schools property of Bradford County. Salary of superintendent $3,000;

kick out of watching the Skeet Income $1.248,80. II Graham .9 0 9 sir mill dl lliul'on'! with direct In Bradford County have: been In Mr. Hayes said by the to.lay'. Traveling expenses of superintendent i
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Shoot Thursday afternoon at the Tax Assessor E. W. Hayes total J onncctlons with United States air operation for nearly a month and meeting Friday( ) of the Board of $:160; Clerical salaries $1.230;
'Peal I airport when Totals 314! 13 136 nail routes and."WHEREAS I of board
twenty-six total expensed one-half, employing about thirtyone Commissioners, he would have all Compensation members
luamen took turns In trying to receipt $724.95 total Income. $724.95 Grand total _________*_______ :563 this service has teachers and when the local real estate and personal property $90000; Incidentals $1,000.: Salaryof
none. ____.
outscore one another In the break- Tax Collector. Carl A Knight I -- "< a wen of prime Importance and elementary and high school opensIt valuation' of Bradford County com- principal $2.230: Wages of Janitors

tg of the clay "akeets" belongto total receipts $99 .78, Total expenses BOND TRUSTEES treat value to the State and the Is expected to employ twenty- piled for submission to the Board $2,3O683; Fuel utilities $1-

to the local gun club's outfit. $168,30 and total net Income :Nation' and Its continuance and en- nine teachers and have: an enroll- Following the meet the Tax Assessor 479.78; Other operating expenses

Eldrldge Smith carried off high 82128. ,SPEND;$4,448.52:. 'argc meet should be encouraged ment exceeding 700. explained rates and taxes $1,60207: ; Reserve for contingencies -

bono I'!! IS ,AMOUNT'DISBURSED.. "NOW therefore. I. T. Frank for the t $4.831.79; Past due indebt redness
by scoring twenty out of No reports for the county super. Two of the county's ten white forthcoming year will be

twenty-five la the tint shoot Intendent of public Instruction or FOR COUNTY ROADS. Landrum! Mayor of the City of schools.) that are already In opera- figured on properties of the county. $8.914.24.

""my-two of twenty-five on the agent were filed, as their SINCE JANUARYC. Starke, Florida do hereby proclaimthe lion were rebuilt this summer. The Tax Assessor" Hayes now is busy': At. meeting of teachers patrons j

'"woixl shoot-a total of forty-two I I offices county are on a salary basis, operating A. Futch. secretary of the week of August 23 to 30. 1937 building at Hellbronn was remade In his office completing the task and school board members at

OUt of fifty Charles Darby and without fee Incomes. Board of Bradford County Bond !'ncluslve as "Air Mall Week" and contains six class rooms.. Two of compiling the complete valuesof the school house last Friday after }

Ifar I Carter both hit forty-one out I -'-+-- !Trustees, said yesterday! that $4- throughout the city and. call upon of these rooms are divided by a all of the property and said that I I I noon. H. V. Knight attorney for

w fifty in the first two shoots I I -:--- Wins $TS 41832: had been spent since Janu- our people to give though to the sidling partition, which when removed by "hard work and plenty of It," 1 I the board, defended Its action In .
Starke Boy I of the air mall service refusing to budget for the full
*nbmed and other high ary 1 for maintenance of roads advantages turns the two class rooms he would have valuations ready

tore,', were W.among P. Smith. Sr. thir'ysveji -I Eddie Hartman .event en-yellr- and bridges In the county. and to cooperate in this movement 'nti a good sized auditorium The to submit when the Board: went Into I I amount necessary under the teachers' -

; J. G. Godwin also thirty- old Starke boy won a $75 cash At the beginning of the year, ."' other new school Is at Vanderbilt, session todaySenator salary schedule lie stated
"" and second place In FloridaIn -..-- .- --- > that If the money were available
"I'pn i )Fred !Moore high scorer last award Mr. Futch said a balance of $2.- and l.s sold\ to he the b"st.llmult I

Reek l another thirty-seven; W. P. the Fisher Body for Craftsman'sGuild buildinga 239.81 was shown, with receipts of County Agent Returns school In the county. It Is a three Clarke Here next. year the teachers would getIt.

Smith, Jr. annual contest S2. 40.12 for the first six months of T. K. The cost of
> th'rty-' ve; Merrill Me- County agricultural/ agent. loom building rebuilding
Sidinn coach model. ThisIs balance Slate Senator S. D. Clarke Ifr"ntlcello. M K. Brown representing thteachers'
; Napoleonic 1931, Mr Futch said that a McCUne, Jr". for the past week these two school was approximately -
Brownthirty. not the first recognition that has Is left In the one of the leading candidates association! Insisted thitthe
of $33141 now confined to a Palatka hospital $6,000 00
to Eddie His excellent cabInet 30 for presidency of the senate full sulary schedule he budget
come of June
I sport Is steadily grow- work has frequently won treasury as miintains about 125 where he underwent operation for Eleven; Bradford County negro during the past session of state ed, but stated he was! sine Urn

"t tn Popularity and the number at the state fair and other The county two men removal of appendix, returned to schools began their 1637-38 terms legislature was entertained with a teachers would work for ninety [wr ,

111 ?'''tators Increases each week exhibitions prizes miles of roads other workmen working furnish his home here Tuesday. Mr. Mc- Monday. August 2, with an attend fish-fry and supper by Senator and cent of this amount If It was foundto 'I

th ,king some figuring we find -.- aided by WPA. These workmen 7lane: became suddenly 111 while ance of about 700 pupils requiringthe Mrx Charley t:, Johns Tuesday I he absolutely necessary to d' (
ed by father ctnfined. also tot
I 1.325 his teach-
visiting services of
rounds fired, twenty-one at
were night Kingsley Lake. Senator
At BaptistThe are temporary
from =i. to start Sheffield from the Work. Progress Pulatka hospital era, not including the Jeans' teach- I so.Mr.
r a small war. workers, however. The..eare Clarke, frequently a visitor to the Brown stated that in his I
a a special Rev. L.. O. Sheffield. chap- .' >.r, SImml Hunter I
event held Tuesday I Prison about eighty miles of former lake commented favorably on Itslocation opinion the small amount repre
eftem"W "State
p. Smith. Sr. hit lain at the Florida roads now hardsurfacedand Births When Bradford High opens September scenery and adaptation senting the difference between the!
tReaty.two county
the morn-
kahdi out of twenty-five. Farm will preach both at the maintained by the state, Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Strickland 6 the county's entire twen for becoming one of the lo.J.ltIJ;
W MCMlllnn. hit nineteen out I Ing and evening Futch explained. Stirke girl. August 12. ty-one schools! will be In operation. Jaime rexoiU. (("on.'n'lc.1 Ua po.e; EI-'tl; :
twenty-fia.. Baptist Church Sunday,

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"I 'I TWO BRADFORD COVNTY TELIOR.\PII!: ST.'RKE. FLOnrn' .. f'Rln.\\'. .'ti'(1 "' 1' .'0, 1931

-- -- --. -- -. --- --- -- .. -, hot Two of llli.ck. Tw .Milvlwi.In ', ";iedVH" In th,

1IIK PKKAC'HKK: IIO\V I KKI IS TKOCBL.K Two Counties WHI-I, I 'its', ,,('Ilon S Town.Khlp I Haves W.
Rain damage by erosion of I hi .
or 7 ,Hnilth, lUuiK SO) East less HHlJ ",'IU'kal I l |
100000.000 acres of soil In the QuarantinedFor Tim uiti4niiiiit" (,t I Hi"i Hula properly deemed' ",',ordlnR t, ,.
Economic Highlights the ,.. UI certlflc-ntw IB- erty drHci-llivd. .
about under I lln-reli..
United Stales Is blamed by the Someone is always writing A certain man had met with Weevil HU4MIvutt. In the nnm of Unknown. I the hlwhci.1" bidder j "

Government on faulty use of land. doctors, lawyers and. teachers but painful reverses. One misfortune _(Industrial News Kevlew) New ,\ LnlcHB said' certificate' chnll.. he re- I house door on tlu tthe \ 11'1
devoted d..m..1 aiTordlnw to l iimw t Ii prop- month of Kepn-mb
seldom can you find space : after another had come upon him ertv rtem-rlhed' therein will be sold In the day of >I, ., '
to that humble servant known as and useless worrying h'td so unsettled A restrictive quarantine on the I to the hlnhent Itldiier' at the courthouse ) 1 ii, ..,rlII.I : ) 4l h chit, .d'
und door on the first Monday, In (orel"H"AI.:1'1.: ,"
HAVE (Ihe preacher. Maybe If It hadn'tbeen his mind that he was unableto "Business as usual" describes the i movement of certain plants ,the ni'Miih i of Oi-iolx-r., I lA'IT.:t ninth IM i I A. J. TIIIIMA

for the tecently thoughtfulness think clearly enough to plan his commercial picture to hits' I 14ih tray ..'C August' Tlradford 4'
of a Missouri editor you never way out of them. He was recount recent weeks there. have been no i Okaloona and Walton Counties 8-0-51-9-3
J9i7.: _ _ _
would have hud u pen picture of ing his woes past and present toa marked changes either upward or | has been Imposed by the :Florida ( O 'ICI.\L SRAT '

ICE CREAM the preacher. But he has thoughtto sympathetic friend and gloomily downward. The high level attained j state plant board said an announcement rii-ik A. J. THOMAS of Circuit Court nf \OTM-Fi Foil OP Tiinlp *.t\pp,| |, > K>\ -

write one and, In the belief that speculated on what was coming during the spring has been by George H. Baldwin, i iJaeksonvllle Bradford" County Florida.. I ( .... Illll %| ,1"1'. I i II.I," .

'" renders of the Tl'lbun'e will enjoy next. maintained this summer when seasonal I chairman.The 8-20-Ht-S-tT NiTrt'1- 1I1 iiKK: ,.
I : ", Imlileicute ,
reading, It. we lake the liberty of "How deep In trouble can a man I adjustments are made. announcement said that the MITK K: I No. SH$, IHHUIM! |, ,'.
-' Itand here it Is: I The city ,council .....AiittUHt 171 11, I 1'July A. I>. 1M21. lmmy > 'f
reproducing get ?" he Inquired suddenly. To quote Business Week, "Bus qiatuntlne! was tendered necessaryon I I9'I7: nt Still k... Florida to. levlHe' thercKlHiratlon I office a n.1 him' ,mad It

'- "The preacher nai u great time. "How far can a man go Into a iness sentiment Is obviously Improved account of the recent discoveryof .booh. of the City ofi4tiirke for a tax ileed. to l be I u u :herwtl'tin all..
Florida. and Ihe follow IIIKnaineH Said certificate "lI1b"' ,.
r-- If his hair Is gray, he Is too old. woods ?" his friend countered.He now. The President's court the presence in south Alabama were, stricken' from" the books. I Inn; deft-llbed "prnMMtIv | "\ ,110.

If he Is a young man. he has not was plainly annoyed at the bill has taken a trimming. Though and northwest' Florida of a new 'I I for the rca so Ii Muted t The Council dll of I wit of: Bradford.. State r 'ii" t...1
will he In HcHHlon on the :HIM.I )
''iad experience enough. If he has answer. He assured his friend that all la: not exactly quiet on the labor and apparently serious insect attackIng August. I"':I7 to liner, coinplalntii." ,, If Lot Nine' Tlloclc. six \\.
", has too If The Insect It nun! ,to restore names" that City. Section( I':-/nil( i ''d
.\ '" ton children/ he many. he was serious and expected a front It (s definitely better plant life. any have been' erronuounly' shy stricken.A Seven youth Haim' 1.
tins nune. he Is setting a bad than It Another said. Is known variously as the ;"HI. 'IJ
16 sermon answer. was. encouraging was ode,ro.,,,. at m's. Ida-Leail.llalndeii .
example. If his wife sings In the factor in the view of businessmen white-fringed beetle and the Ar- P. F.-lletiiovpdHlirney. The .UHHeiminent, of merty )
? His friend assured him that the "lyI.-II.o\.d." under I h. xuliliieit "9
:hoir she Is presuming and If she solution to his problem lay In the Is Congress' apparent! reluc- gentine weevil. and attacks the Kiinhuni" "'. A.-Heart. .. wan III the nan II.

wA loes not she Isn't Interested: In her tance to okay major "experiment root system of a number of field I Cone. II. C.llvrnovvd Ward.
en ever you answer to the question. "how far I >.aughei't \\'. Htteirumt'ed.Ilaughierty rnlexH Ha'Id rertlflcu .
husband's work. If the preacher info woods ?" al" legislation. It now seems pro- vegetable and garden crops. 1\h'". Ida Mae-ItuinovHollingtiwol deemed uccnrdlnti: to "i ierty > r.

:.ends from notes, he's a bore and can a man go a "" bable that adjournment will take The quarantine Imposed by the :i <, .: "I m no good at conundrums, 'III, Mm.. LiziEle-Pead..InhiiHi the hlirlifNl hlibb-i
wanf?/ i ''f he- peaks extemporaneously, he place within two weeks. plant board permits movement off I J I'hi Ti Ii 'I'Ii.I 11111-11"1" >"".1. house door on I the fl I' urI
'sp't deep enough. If he stays at he replied testily. "I give up. within .r I I '",icy, K.-lemOn, ,>' What Is the answer ?" An this column has remirked plants and plant products I i I I.e'it I. .11I1"-Jt"l11o''I., the Hill dav of .>,.,, .':
home In his study, he doesn't mix before, the noticeable upturn in optimism the Infested area and< from the )I Motwa'n* .1 tV.-i I'eailMllriieli. I n-.'*>d I thin I IHIh d.r, ,,
"It Is not a conundrum. It Is a : ;;; ; :l. :.1. M.-Head..Mhllden ; (OFFICIAL. PEAL) ;
'"Ith the people ; If he Is seen on the part of business men area. conditioned upon compliance i'I Win.-IteluovedItlckeiibncker. .. J. '," "Uii.MA: ;

utAivl, the streets he ought to beat question Involving ordinary conv l.s one of the most Important of recent with certain safeguards which are j, I ,I e 'I'. !>.-"iMiHtvi'dItlckenbut I I'lerk, ..l I I'd
monsense. A man can go Into a 'k.',', 1,menu'-I Keiaoved.lieNTlHtel. I Itriitlfold723StSSO '
home petting up a good sctmon. woods only itS far as the middleof developments. Last yeir for I laid down in the quuiantlne. itself : ,.. li <'.-KeniovedllewlHter. .

If he calls. on the poor he in play- instance and ciuly this year, many Baldwin announced In explaining Mrn. t) C.-IteniovedSteiiiH .
them after he leaches that j -
ng to the grandstand ; if he calls ; matter which hegoes. :leadeid wele frankly skeptical of the extent of the quaiamlne.; WvMey, :M II-H-I Lena Itemoved.sheppaid I UelleIte I I x O..It'11 Fish or \i-ri i< "I.i .,
point no way rin i
at trie home of the wealthy, he In the b"slcioundne... of the - -.- .- --- niovi o.Scotl. ii
< >
recovery .
eiia>e HIM I % ,
if he keeps moving In a fair- Wllbill, A. Kenioved.StoiUHell ; ? II:"
r I' I
ailstocrat. '('() :NOT' NfTft'H IH ifi.iinv: ':
in movement -thty regarded it as u I.OKIO.V 'iOlL't( .
: 4 .-KeniovedWlllianiH
ly straight line, he Is on his way Mix.I Iterlhii liii'ek u 1
"Whatever lie does someone boom bubble that might burst at KKI MJM/.KI) In I'. !S.' I U .1.-IteniovedVllllauiH t'srtifii'muie No. 8 1I7. ;'
It out of them. \ i :II ,m's. Aniiptta-Iteniovcd : -
I of Julv .
lay A I I'
jould< have told him how to do it any time. They still don't feel that | in

better Yen the preacher has a "There never was a woods so the underlying structure Is as solid | LIVE OAK .-- Though Florida \\'lMlfert"' ', I 11.V..-1 :teinov-ed application unme my for office u ruIndued ai- m.
gloomy or extensive that if one \\ 1 L. WALL. Chalrnian. thereon. ,
greAt time!" Cocoa Tribune. as it might bebut they are defl-l! bright leaf or cigarette tobacco Attest, th..' SalilbraceK

'._ u_ tiuvcling through them kept movIng nlttly more hopeful that needed i production now nets the /growers of !I..CAUL Jllll.VS, t'lerk. Htlv 'In thM following ContilState >d> Ir ,;'
1 pluckily forward, he did not ----.----- of: {I"Miirlila: r.
L I ::: to.wl'l.t
of annually
According to scientists, there is ; collections! will take place the state upwards $3,250,000
come out a plain or valleyor Sri:. I % I. 'wri.n's: 01'U.t1fOl' 1 Ki In Woi.dl.iu 1/
no basis for the belief that a ]>cr- upon Here are some business briefs of Florida tobacco Is not recognized ti.t-: Tow'ntthlp I I 5 :Smith' ,
30n lowes a drop of blood every mountain ridge. There was never Interest: by the United States Department Nol li.v I IK hi sir. hy. HTlNeli hut Illltlerand lint: rcinUilninit' I 1(1i \ ri
dark that I i In ai-t-oi-ilani-t' with I that letlainfltllll >r less,
a night so or so long
time he sighs. AGRICULTURE: Big are of Agriculture accordingto i I del ree i.f f t,l.erliMUI I .e mill. *.a le The nxseKMiKMif of (Ih )
SERVEL ELECTROLUXRUNS it did not end at the appointed hour crops Harold Cubic president of the r..n.I",1 hv Ihiui It. I. "i'tu't.ring, "" ii.H.Intl. ertv unili the nutdHited ,filSiarJ 1
of daybreak the same hour at being harvested and prices are .... mf I lie '''','nll ('.'iim't ..r 11..1.. waa. In the name'
good. There an acute Florida< State Chamber of Com- fo'd C.,,u.111). .".....Ida. I In I 'liii ni's.I')... I mm II ci iflTnleffM.
ON KEROSENE (CA,1) Jtr HIXUH JNSUItANCe which all nights have ended since shortage meice. This tobacco has been con that cermaIum" (.It".. Imeilul lug In sailut said ('''''IIf't'1' .if r.J
the beginning of time.- .-Nuggets. ,f terra labor in many states even 'nu"l wh..ln 11. A. I'I..lIh u. 1.1"nl- deemed"' a..l..tln.. I r to 'i.,. < \\rn\\\\
sistently recorded under the vague 1"10" fim' ",.."U..d ( '..lInl lOmnk, erty dem-rlhel I thoreti .
though have risen material ) a n
;J ZFJ. .. ___ ___.> wages .
f'nM. denlHirU-ica rutV belt."" This was rtiriioi, ""..". IH ilHlntlfr, and A. A. to the highest, hl"I'r ''u
L 1)<. On July 1, the farm labor sup- phrase"Georgia Iitii' l&i, Kt.: At. ,urtf, defendantf, CiineXo. hotipe door" on the fu II '.IavI
p.fcJH'rf" "'y The piesident's flag consists of ply-Jemand ratio the lowest revealed through correspondence $9 ii, the Iltldel-Hltriieil 1 Spei'lal I t lie month nf Septpmlx" ;'1.I. 1.
Save sips and work A dependable prescription for Coldi! the presidential seal on a blue was State Chamber of M,inter' l lii' nail' decree ultpolnlfd' will' I.. the Kill u luy of Si.ti| '
ChJlljF.ver,!Malaria and Influenza since late 1923.AUTOMOBILES. bLtween the fell t to: 't\thi> hlultent lltler: for: rilfh, I limited. thin I iii h. d.i.. I...'
Operate.for fete rents. a day At drug stores 25c send to I back-ground with a white star In This June Commerce Florida's senators and In front, if I lie "Month front, door' ,.t ,IOrTICI- !lI' .\I.1
or stamps : -
pasjenger 1J. TlIn ,r.I .\>I
No daily nttfnlinn,. taalvi each corner. and I the h-ti'mi'troi'tl" County I'Com", Iiisi'; III
I..then Dna. Ca.Jacksonville.Fl car registrations totaled representatives Washington Stalke, 'lin-lda. dlil-liitr the leva) I clerk, of I'dPrnilfoid -, i .,
: No machinery to wear 326,000. as against 369.000 In June. ;C.:: P. Helfenstein. local publisher. Ii'iui'', I, of Hiile, I on MnnIuSeptenilier. ('nilI n It.
i Oth A. l I' II7.:] I HID r.ill.nvlntf "ilt-xi i il>- 7-2 .til-8-20
you can live miles from the 1936. und 280.000 In June 1935. I emission of Florida' in eil lirelnlpe. HllllRle I I In I I Itr.ulfol" dCotintr .
NOW FUNERAL DIRECTOR and I'Morlda. lo-\vlt xD,5Ii': OF \ 1'1'11.l MIO I >
ment publication: govern-I' t :
main. and linen riius sales are tending to slacken. I
power yet '. "r :Xt.ti: : ,. sr.t1: H' :st'i.: i4V'i' 1'011& Tm i iienntp
null enjoy the pleasures' and HuviniiHnf :>l> :Many \"<*ur.* Experience Mukei. It POMMltlle for Me to KendorKI'FICIE.VT This Is to be expected. in the light I been due to the: fact that ..f :NE'1; Nt< %' "r &ml I': ', 1,1' l.tiI : < .. Kill >.,,. IllllNOTICK :.,.
modern city refrigeration! :SirvilKluctrnlux )f the remarkable demand for .ore I the greater part of Florida's ..%....1>. oo It,..... r,,,. n I 'htmm'u'h. : 1-4 IIKISKFII: t
): the Kcrommo Refrigerator, FKOMPT: nod 'fU-H-rI'Gt.S !i\1i:1\'I: EIOIJEn.'I'E t 1'1; ..r "'W'''i, 1'1''. ", sV'i i'm'Ii Ml-K., Herthll I Creek" h
\, \ PRICES ins the public has shown for two tobacco has been marketed ut I \\ 'i'h. .or stm'' ", :Ni.; 1;'., trtui 1'1"": ,. Certificate, No. ;:124.| l I'
duplicate* in all important ways. tho : It is I Georgia warehouses because of the ..f I'I.f., or 1'1""; all 'Iii N.'"'. .1.lynt .1 Illy. A. I). )J'' fI-
1 iamfufl' Con llcfrigcrator DeWITT C. JONES ears. possible t that a tern- > 2Ali." 'I'';'. Hr >01';'. of 1'1.>, 21 I"I. $ : mime I In my' ; office and: i
if ) which IUIH lawn the choic-o I.poiary "salutation, point" in being 'tack of marketing facilities. at Aimni SI'' ;', iiiii' 'I'1''. ....f"j:; ,.r plication for a tax ibxiied
for hundredfl-of. thousands Starke, Florida ienchod.! FI<>l'lda points. However, with the I :.1,.,. :ai: A II I" 'I'ivm'', "iummli. It thereon. Saul.. '
I However sales of .
., : higheiliced I 2? Hn: >.| In I indford. I'niintvl'hillit.i hrnce, *! I tlie follo\\inir it
of fine city horn..... .. cars are going up. increase in pioduction und value anil' rotitalnlnir fill ,m.m'cesiii ....Iv. In the Countv
------ --
.. .. Suite. of Florida, 1.>-1'p..t \'
f the Florida this condition He 01 I ;-- Touelher with "Iitt'IIPuiiCuitm.
) crop
RAILROADS Will benefit from I ,
iieu'eilttuuuusiiis l I nullaiiurtitani1 \\ H.llf of :North;
1KT: fllK MOST fliT OF "'()I'U !MOtOR WITH ucreabeii farm production this fail. I is being corrected. Live Oak will | | ,, .. 'theieto" < IteloDKlutful of :North; tl'ent Quart* ,

')1'< 11'1 eSR in 1938 from a three- u I In .intn \- ,H|'pii'ta, tnlnu t tlon 23 Tov*. lifhlp :Si,
K OOL MOTOR 4 he industry Is now tairymg on I I'Ilge I T. I-'UANK: ; 1.\1.:' 1'1:1':11: 22 t'mtst c.mitslmiIuigmoore
.\ negotlattions with its union f warehouse and onesetofbuyers'imikct ,\N 1'11"1111| :Muster, $ In Chain-pry, : or leg.
1 KXHiHT: : : Jt, K.VIHHT: ; The llHeeHHllient' of th p*

SISTRUNK'SBIIADFOICI 1'IIK STATIONS! IN:' niiAnFOItll ( '()IS'\: AKK AT 1OCK .vlll .he reached, with wages some- ; tvo full corp of buyers ca- II-:1I-9.I' : : uafl In the name if I IF

S1on: VI'E WITH A COMPLETE: LINE OF ,\'hat Incieased. Management-un jable of handling about 9000,000 mimic I 1',1 less until, cerllfk I uredeemed t I.

) ('OI'XTOKLY.1t CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS relatIons pounds of leaf 'trill: flF' I.:1.1; 10 v aroordlnn. ti' !
!STAItkE' I" U\. ion have reached a high I. T. r'l-nnk" I Lanill-iiiii. nuivor of I"'nl.t N- ml'.....rlh'.1 t lieu', .
TSUT :F.\T' TIMK: \'()I'i :MOTOI1 Itl'NS HOT nET TilT stan lard in this Industry and no With the Insistence of the business -[ Slarke. Kill., by virtue of the ,HiitborItv ; soul) to the highest tiid ,. ,It'

KOOL-MOIOK: 41ANOIINE! FliOM: ONE:' OF '[I"oET.'I'ISS :; ..I"" anticipate strikes or other ilistuzbar.ces. I interests of Florida in securn : vented In rile' by law du herehvrail court' lion**** 'door 1 on, tin
'ilav I In I the month : III
4 '_'''n..n ,i'frw ....... 11Ift. efthne' Dbii-' i an election In l 10" held nt the ,''ltPtin or1'1'
tKitty's recognition! of this important I IJ I I nil... aforentilil t tovn by: the I which IM the 6th clay. ofi

i 111,00:':: u:=ii.:'''K''=';;::;':::=-' I Dad Penders 13-28 ADVERTISING : Is up in all agricultural product It Is believed qualified r I t .I It.voters 1I'I7.! : fur on the TtlemlMV pnlp'xt-, September of- 'i 11>17.Dated! t hIm t'II.t\'Uluy' >

I ranches, with biggest gains \'Eg..stel'el -I tnat the state will be given credit eleotliiff. h "" the fuibii\I I HIT t>fftceiH.f : (OFriCIAL
N.- _ _ I West End Sta. Harrison's ( Brooker) "... iui\ ...* I A. .r. THOMAS,
ty for Its declares PI'esIlit'nt -
I maglzinoa. whose limge production Two A Mermen.One Clerk of ('ii'Iradfoi'd ,

aiar.o I D. E. ROBERTS, Agent ,3 now at Its highest point since I II Coke cietK TreftHiirer, Ta '': tiii eii- I 7.23.til020. Com,
I "'"' II mat I tax col ,lectorone .
I mt \JFCU ,' \:> t''m: ION roi':NTIKS' I Jiie 1910.: Farm papers. lan sec- -. :M.iiHhallIiiHpectnra .

I To.o- R'a'I \\ OUTIIINGTON !SIMCINfittiaa :' i nd in percentage Inciemes. aninatvipapei'a nf milil/ election : F. A.. ; SI) I'U i': oi-- \I-IM ii \iin
IIOOTSEY'S HKACHMix Scott, It A. SP".1.' .1.Non. .., foilr \ \ IJ..fll.
L. _ _ -, -e-- -- i i third.tI'l'ILITIF !. > C Ceniiii' Kill 'Iou. 'IIN'r'rI.'l <
:$: It Is forecast that I : Kffie Crawford, (:or, I In test tin .ny Hereof. I her..u., '. i,. : I" ii Iilr'vMi's :
.tibHrrlle 'my name, mud, cmine the : r..uh K. Netil.r.f : .-.-
r ( telephones: In service will teach rec- y..' an-I I Mrs. Money Thompson ten, I of the -.nl.l town to be I i.'i'-uimitn I "IIX"rllrl"I1'" :N
3rd piopoitlons next *" t-liIn I the Wh il.'),' of ,AturiiHt 'he ::11.. day nC AmigO
eaily frlenoi
f LOR IDA -HI i( ____.slNNE1N PP4t riJJ I first-half year : entertained many of their! ,t \\rt 1'p1.l ,,t"OFFICIAL lies tll"d "'. IllS In miii'
... I Installations totaled. 529- with u dance Fiidiy night. All re- ( STAT.) ummaito, it"tim 1.11.,110",, I t..I' "
000. Light and, power companies I I T. rrank" l.a uid rim ni. :Mayor.I I"" ''H.II.I I h"'on. Smiiil
-01 ted a nice time. .. '
-- I Attettt : I h'races Ih. t'.lIn"l I I i '
i'-r- ii-e doing well so far as production < and CAUL' IOIINM:; I.I I. .O".I.IV 9' I In I It lie U'.ii ii ts r
r' -; 7fr4 and sales me concerned their ||i Sri and Mrs." R. N. Crawford i citv ('''>rk. State m'f F'iorl.la. lo.wi'
t I |' on, Cecil attended church at UnIon 8.13til.O.IOIWI'II I lIiu'k, Six I S I'tsiI ,
4.. "f*&<* 1 .ci '.ilg problem is still legislative The I ,.. ku. Shored In, South
i iI : .
; : -. : fewvS : 1t S : :oupieme Court's decision on the Saturday. f: 01Veniite- i Pli.lI SI' \ 11)5t"Olt ,, t -,. of Section I I&, '
: I I We to know that little'I 'ItS uln: : .'mtst .1..1.' uf ,
are glad
I S >* | holding company act will be of vlLai I'I'I ( Illll > n. limIt "'' s o.i; f impoitonce to this 'I I Jimmie Gasklns who has been se- I :VflTICK' : I IS: HKIIKIM' : ; 'H\I I EN.: Tliut .
ni t 'PJL/K Industry.1 ill for the past week Is up \%'. I If. IM.lv holiler of Tax Ceitlnlllte I- The amieHHiiieiit ofertv ''I I
| The decisoin will\ probably be hand. lously :Xo.; I IJI:i I I. iHHIied the rlh, L"' GAtwr 1&3H[ I eJ down In the early fall. again. I I I July' A. l I. I I2ii. hits filed ...u"' In 1 Sims 'In the mi mecotte. ''
; of this ''my office and, tins mmle npiilicat. I 'ion .
Miss Gaskins -
:, C&VFfryj&**lttz. CONSTRUCTION: Two well- Virgie section for a lAX rt-ed. to lie IxHIled tlierenll., LTmm less oalil' rertlflcaii i 'II>,MI I I 11.-
Known: Is spending some time in Jacksonville Said certificate$ pro,l'rm'''u's the fnllow- deemed 1 accordlriHT I to law 'In lir'i' .
tU & economists writing In Fortune friends and rela I rig deHt-i I'Ilied iiroperty. I In t the Couiity ertv riCHi-rlbed,. therein I it !II. i', Ito
\ forecast a home building visiting of I ln-ndfoi-d.: lit.tie of Kim,'Ida, to- I Ihe. hlicheet bidder al lif .'"U'|
boom that will tives. wit : llotine door on the flint' :MI..HIV,,,|
start soon and con- :Houtheunt ( : the ., ";.t", 0111''..IIM
juiirtfr of N'oithenatQuarter I month I of September .
.inue until about 1943. Builders Mrs. Sally Blackwelder left Sun- of $,'r't 'Inn !tl TownMhlp I Ihe 1,1;r h duv of Septe 'I' ,I
day for Plant City where she will I l 7 South.h i Itiinire 21 I Kant.rontulnlnHT : listed thIs lltli! d.l.of < I i'' IOKt'lCIAL
I i2JU lie wot king on the problem, of fui-
: 40 Acres, more or ( KKAl.t' I
several weeks with her
ilshing attractive efficient low- spend leHH.Tti A. J. THOMAS.: : I
cost houses for daughter Mrs. Fletcher Butler. .. aHHeHHinent of the *atd. property Clerk of rirrull'' .'
families In the '
Illliler" the Hlllil certlfli-iite' l is- Briidfurd. fuiinl '"
t. $30 a week Income group. Not Miss Virgle Harris returned to ...u..111" I In the name" of I I'uknoun.t'nleHM 7-2:1: ,51-S-24)
much l Is '. her home in Dukes after spending : sit, I'd cert I If Icate ,Hhnll I I lie redeemed -
expected government! ati-ordlnir I tr Ia\\', the prrri-' NOTU.t or .\ I'PI.II'II'"
r' efforts In this field. several days here with her sister eltv, dfHi-ilI.ed t theieln i ulll I t I >h. iiolilto KOIt 'I't V 111,111 I .
4 1; .' I'! .mc< brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. the hifrhent, bidder at t Ihe courthoUMe I ( !Senate HIM %... HI.H;
il .-r'J FOREIGN TRADE: Is getting 1 I door on the first Mondav In :NIITH'K: 1 HICUKMV; ', '. Tt! I Iit
L t. ,3 better slowly. Great hopes ale" held Money Thomp on. the nionXi! ftf I I'ttt.si'. Ifti7.: w Itli-li IK I I''I. I... Parker, hoi., lei, of 1'. ','rllf
v$ ;> ('1 __ __ d.y,
h I I the 4th dnv of Ixlober, 11.17.: 4 ate No. 7 3. I iHflH'd t DM I
rl :'t ,. :'or the new gold agreement Just ) tinted 1 till.- I 11th.I day of Auirnvt... Aug-tlHt. A. I It II. .h.1' ;t.'.
.;:" 1 i_ _ effected with Brazil which I l.s sup- MKS. (',\RO"' r. .. WAJtKE.N' :' I I I"117. I In inv :' ;'en;.,,u.t hux :: i iitf '
"; 'Ii;" 'I (t,"-'(0'I.( I NIl: t t > >n for atax dpil, ft. MM
,1};.. posed to greatly widen our market -- -- J .rtlflcnlthe I 'd"
ti j A. TIIOyIAS.I : I lhrcon. $ii Iii ri >
f. ';'t ffiI. mire. Euiopean and Oriental trade I Itmapects ("Ul1' l'al services were held Sun- ",' of IMii-ult' Court r.fMladfonl following! IfHrl-ll'i-d!: p )'
: rI :. .... ,,'"' .il _ Count)', I"br uI... the C.MIII.V ;nf linidfoidFlorida ; ; ,
: afternoon at 30 clock for Mrs.
'. .-11'; :': $ ; are unpredictable In view day a-I 3-rt.9- In to-WIt: .
::1#', {: '{ of wars and war scares. Caroline Warren, 68 who died In ---- .\oi-tn' .IIIKI uuurtpr, ofSimrtep .'
J ., %f'I'II': OF 'PI" If' t'I'IlS5 IfKi" Hnulh I MV
:'t'f.;: ; %. > : ; STOCKS AND BONDS: Are ali- her home Saturday: Mrs. Warrenwas FOR T X I..:.:" II TownnlilprtuiiKv I. *tli!';

I. '.. ... .,.j .,l(7( 'f'., f ble with the general tendency a member of the Baptist ( .. -,-.... 11111 'II... tllll: 20 KKKI, iontiA :1
t ': F up- :NtlTICl; ': IS II II: itEttY: o 1\ ,.:x. Thut .-i,.HH, more. or Iff H
!t.I..Jrt..1: ward. Practically everyone anticipates Church end was a natl-e of Baker \\'. II Kit: "'0'' .1... .Ir, holder of Tax The MHHe..Hnint' of tilt pr""!

i ,.l". '",,..".,.-." ,. "".-.... higher values for securities County but had live') In Bradfordfor CertiricaliNo., 7*. l..Hiied the St th.. vrty under the nald',I aHii4d ,iii'I I'."I II

: ;: 1 '/,,'..f'"'. ':''J" !.. '. a f' "',.:.-.\""" hi,] fall and winter. forty yea's. tiiv sable of In Anvili my office A. nml 11. 1928.him uiude lists filed aipllcntliin | r'.I..mli". was. In the naili'* ,

; ,l;<( tl. ) ) t rite U gurvlvej by two sons A. for a tax, deed to be Issued Liihess said m'ertlfl'mi"' IIt Ir'> ':.
: STEEL: With labor '
\ .... I difficultiesover thereon Said certificate eniliraren doe nipI, mcordlntt I to In uerlv ,. ;
H. of M
Warren Stirke. and H.
<< F.
the therein ttto
for the time being steel mills followinHT defw-rllM'd property In deni-rltieit
; t.//r'I'1 1. 'tf. Warren of Brooker; a sister Mrs. the County of II 1''',H..d. Suite, of the hIghest. bidder. at II "III I
I I' .r A have recently been operating at Florida' tu-wlt : house door on the flrM :>I'I '1 ''h'''
4 1 I I'i'' more than eighty per cent of capacity Kate Ogle by of Hart Haven and Southeast "" "'11'1..1' of NorthviiHtquarter the month of "September. I I' ..:;
')y a brother Andrew Hartley of (" of :Section 25 Townvhlp', In the hit IIR't'I't Hepten I i 191tlFrIC'IAI.
: 't -a very high summer rale. 4 H.uii.'| Itiinire Si l-.uHt.: uontMlnIn r),, ted I di: ) ef
,4 ;1 1l. Macclenny. 411$ Aires leMM. :, r; '' RETAIL PRICES : Continue mor or I
j t -j '1'' '' up- ,
; c'i' '' Funeral services and Interment The ui"Ht>Hinteiit of the mild property A. .1. 'l'llmiytS.: ,
? \ :ard. Thee<< is said to be definite under. the nnld certificate l Is.otueI Clerk nf circuitII '' ':,t,
( consumer resistance to vere- In the Dedan Cemetery and wan In the nunie of I'nknown. Md. ford' "'oil ii t I. "r

3l, *. ::ij: --Il-u. high prices'n funeral arrangements we rein ITnleHH HUM certirieilte I Hllilll I I l 10. ,redeemed 7-23-5t-8-20 __
\ some lines! notably meats, which accordlnir I to Ia iv. Hit property : \
;; 9 reflected In charge of th Key-McCabe Funeral dexcrlljeil, therein will he nolil KOTICK ".\PPiif.110
'w declining consumption. Home. to the hlKheHt. hldiler Hi the i-onit' .'011 '1' \ DEll:
hoUMe ilooi. on the fli-t :Moudriv lit' < ".n.'. Bill ,... 1.10!!. Tt'
.. AGI ;..'\ I Ihe month of i 'October I 19:17.! : n I tilth IH NOTICK H IitIflEht5' iI'I'
the Oth daY of I. hold-r of 1tale
'iy licit.I-r. I II7 i U Parker
e AT/nfl/nA. IT DIGS IRio\. .1. A. .MOSKJ.KV The U. S. Treasury department Tinted thin loth day of ,AiiRii-t. Ni. 70 iHHiied theUHTIHt. ",,.,
las jurisdiction over the customs 1137 \ P. 1'>:1I. I"1' ; ,,.1 .
L .. UPON IlEACNING'MATV Friends and 1..lotives In Bradford OKr'ICIAI. Sit.) 'j'u, my Irt.; .. nnd I ha"; n "i'l ,'
I County of Mrs. Delsie May division and the Federal Coast A. J. Tllo.\1\s.' I tlon for a tux deed! tothereon. r..

ITY tnrdon will be ;3uurd: at the Port of New York. I clerk. of circuit Court, ,.( '' 8aId* certlflcatiIhe ,y
Moseley to
grieved LO, .iu ii feud, County Klorldn., followlnn' denirlliedthe
1 'en in of her death In Jacksonville .. s-ts-nt-n-io County ..>f Iirndforii

last week in a hospital there followIng Some $30.000,000 in coins and I I OTIF.: OF tl>IM.If\TIO % l-'lorld" towlfNorthwent fHArttfr, .>f

During the war between the states doned. a brief Illness Urn. Moseley 'oullirn was recovered by salvors F<,K T C \ .iuii: Quarter of Station ,is,
Iesnt. Illll ..... 20 ,Kutrie :
HUH: runge
7 South
Florida produced a leader who greatly One of the most Interesting of the exotic was twenty-nine years of age, and :Yom the SS Laurentic. sunk by a ., !VOTfl.K: l I" HI.'IIKBV: fltV KS.:: : That l in Acre*, mon 0
distinguished himself by his audacious I''it survived by her husband Joseph German submarine during the I I F.lzale Strlclcland. holler of Tux < '..1'- TheiMHefiHMient' of tlierty
found in Florida is I tlflcate No. til'i! Issued the 7th iliivof naldniied
palms growing tinder the
exploits t lIe was CAPTAIN J. J. DICKI- .\. Moseley two sons. Ronald and! WoildWar.OI'I I Aun-iiKl. A. I). 1033 has filed name wa In the lUll

SON. With but handful of known as the FISH-TAIL or TODDY Richard! Moteley; a slater Miss I,I In my office' anil, hn. made apiillcutlon Coleman.l'nle .
a mere PALM from Southeastern Asia. Its I for a tux, dei. * troops under his command he frequently Peat I Jordon and by six brothers. > (.K OF aPPI.Ir'rlov I .S.iI.h| certlClcnte. tnibrncenthe deernerl H-cvtii-dlncf; trt
flowers start blooming at the top of the Rcppard. H. B., Alvin, 50t1 '1" "tI:1I: : fntloulnHT t I ,dencillieit 1 property: I lithe 'l',y denrlbed llleielnhe ,
captured forces of greater number with- I 454-il.i. Hill %.. I1I.H: I'oiiniy, of Ih.R..I.. Slate o' hiicbeer Mil-lei' '
out loss of blood and did tree. The next season the flower stalksare hem and Luther Vernon.11'1 NOTH'K l.-t: HKKKRY: : HIV i:.-'-. That l-'lorldt. to-wlt ; IOIIHIC door "n the fin'' '
so produced lower down the trunk. I[ oui'led In Ktngsley ..'\ A. U ilri-rn hiiNlnof. i.. nt Tut iVrtiruut I I Coin. ut S\V ('01' of ;Malismi| > & he month of Septentl"il ",
he harass the Federals:!!, along the St. N.'. :I 33 iKHiiecl the Blh' il.iy. ofAiiHUxt. Siindem Sl.. fun M 2IH', ''.., ft. \\ Ihe flth.. Hnv of "'-1"'
Year by year this procedure is continued I ----. A. I.. l 1l3! *. has fll-'l umt, III 2i>:| ft. :.V 83S ft tn Ma-llHon "St. rtiP-d this' "huh' d, Y
Johns, between Jacksonville and Pal- The Roman: Catholic Church ill S 15 tIm.. mid hits mint t* aniillrntlon' thence I.: on shill. Mr. :10'rt' to 'ot.'I'-II'll\r, Si': f.i
atka that their operations here were until the bloom finally is produced at for a tax the ground level and then the tree dies. I I founded the University of Mexico J I II I ('..rlltl..a'" .snti'n'ew th. fi>ll..\vInr I I :-:'>nth Kiinve. 22 FoBd. of CBrndfnrd 'Icc,
made extremely unsafe and later aban- I'in 1553.: iM-rllid properly. In the ('000t3'or The assessment. of the staid' property : ('coal"' F
llrndford State or Florida to-wlt under the Mild "...Uflc.... in- T-Zl-SC-S-ttD

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\. > ""' .\I'Ol'S 20. IDst ._ ._. ... 8R.'DFORD C'OUNTY TELEGRAPn STARKP ) LOIUDj "AGE TIIRI':. {

DINING A CLUB WON'T HELP YOU GET MODERN WAR IS FOUGHT WITHOUT : state In the Union. It reflects one Florida Birds ;

of the moot tragic phases of the

PENSION SOONER,_OFFICIAL SAYS The Storm Breaks 1 1By BEING DECLARED, AS JAPAN V. CHINANot automobile accident problemthe Set New Styles (j

I feckless drivers In their teens and In Cleveland !

twenties. Out for food
receipt of reports that tlrely upon whether he 1* eligible'and )I early a
Following I Ianv since 1917 has a major had a great private. army which he : time', they careen about the highways t
in Florida have.dd' the amount will he will receive |
.Ked persons WALTER P. FULLER tion declared war Yet in the could use for any purpose he wishes I and bywaysAnd at regular j Birds with "open-toe" shoes,
membership dues to i will depend upon the extent of his I too.
bird much
,", or teivenlng yours there have na-I even to the extreme of fightingthe Intervals death. follows in their wearing IIplIckan.l

,tsar, lubs or other prganlza- I I"n individual needs. ( Economic News Service) number of far-reaching, .. aimles of neighboring gover tracks. Immature minds regard It \ rouge and birds with the latest -

,, ,. similar nature In the be- "Every case is handled upon an be "streamer type" hats are
ry conflicts. What might an act of enviable bravado to
"V this payment would en- Individual basis and with the applicant LIGHTNING. This service detected nors.As among the' "latest fashion.. seen
thai' |I ed Mars' modern technique doesn't a consequence plus Japan'sfar "see what the old bus will do" In
of securing old i himself or with members of rumblings of thunder two I I .
(heir chances i i .require a formal declaration of war more efficient and modern In I the bird style show at the Florida -
C. Codringmmi his immediate if he Is weeks when Lee i many runes the cars they drive
(stance. Clayton family phy- ago Comptroller soldiersi it Is believed certain NaturUrhim In Cleveland O.
'e "" !, armies are mobilized war
qhould have been Kent to the junk
of the State sically or disapproved acts I
mentally incapacitated."The special) divertinggas
?. ,' > Hloner I i I and civilians are slaughtered cities that the ,Japanese will encounter brakes Many styles that fashion and ad- ,
Board, has announced that law and plan under which !! money from debt service or pile long ago- are gone ,
I'elfare i are devastated and governments relatively little trouble In conquering mechanisms vei tiding1 expet ts term "brand
bad 1. steering -
with old assistance In alsoprovides state load department lights are
agreement granted operationsto
Board has no change while officially speaking the north proviiues. She will new" have been Florida '
,e y even futility and tires are down worn by I
to give prefM for reviews of cases. by general or miscellaneous county I I are
v stab organization I |, !!, actual war does not exist. take over cities and accomplish destruction to the' fabric, ready for blowouts birds for years, says J. K. Wallace -
district boards There
treatment I to their memnftv and for appeals to purposes. /are thirty-one
and -
"; nLlol In Italy's Ethiopian campaign on a vast scale probably ornithologist for Florida Hxhibit -
the Stale Board. It is not necessary -:: such acts applying to twentyseven.dtfferent The larger part of the blame for
1'8. for example, war was not declaredbut replace present local governments nt the Great Lakes Exposi
Is no fee attached to theling that any applicant employ an counties. Lightning has the result of the Invasionwas with puppet Chinese governments :ncci.lt'nls that kill and maim young tion. And like human, who could,
and attorney or secure the services of I now struck as Lee point blank refuses ptople miiNt be put squarely( on the
controlled the
: nt an application pay. to eliminate the Ethiopian by Japanese take style lessons from them, most

of money by an applicant to any organization to get assistance to disburse the money spite Monarchy: and mnke the countryinto as. she did In Manchuila. But'' shoulders of their parents The bird. put on their new and gayest

tot p'rllln, or organization will not or to present an appeal. As a matter : contrary pleas of Governor Cone an Italian colony governed by in the long run. Japan's,! chances of fat hess and mot hers who pel'nuttheir finery for Kasterlime each year

nV of his of fact the plan makes it possible and Treasurer Knott other members dubious.. China Is tiemendoua children to endanger their
ri'd the status application I the Italian Military. Russia and success are 11 Herons are. the fashion plates of
and of the Board of Administration. \lives with i tccklexH driving, or are
for the -
legiee the Commissioner easy applicant France have not .leclal..1! war on country, with the largest birdliind the naturalist points out.
? anv himself to secure. all of the benefits I I It Lee sticks:< by his too lty to find out the true slateof
guns- ,
Idea'n behalf of the State the Spanish Insurgents, nor have population In the world. Not since Kach: spiinjf Mrs. Hl.irk-crownes
to and he has In the affairs me, to put It I Kindly,
which he is always
entitled under tl estate past
the dawn of h.It been
"ftrd Gei many and Italy broken off relations history Heron changes her chic rhnpeau by
I Ithc'I'e .it'ielict In Even worse ate
and federal will bo much frantic rebud-
The Bon id has gone on record laws. I j I with the Spanish Government permanently conquered over a line when their thil.lien "d.linK vtienmeis down the back

the -fleet that applications shall "We are attempting to acquaint gttlng and mayhap: a special' session ,1- -yet It is no secret that Franco period of many yeais the lnvud 'rs! I 1 patents who like this summer's hats for the

I handled in the order in which applicants and recipients with I|I The twenty-six small counties cause has been kept alive with the intermarry with the Chinese and are attested, for danneioiisdilvlng l.idlex. And when he's informed

lev wen filed," Mr. Codrington their rights and to assist them In I I Dade is the only large one of aid of German an.) Italian troops are vii I uttily swallowed, by the Immense earth to 1-1\.tlCCR' have! i them move freed h'IIVI'nLnll without i that he'll soon be proud pupa, Mr. Ii

old. Whether an applicant resistance every way possible," Commissioner -:i' the t twenty-seven loom large InIhl' and equipment, while the Government country. China has more punishment thus, In effect telling ,' Heron, Instead of pnxsinK cigars .
will depend en- Codrington said. of "Old Suwannee. forces would have collapsed I than half u billion people as a aln"tJoplin' I : and puffing out his chest like his
:Hft __ _____. __ I 1 (The Governor home county Columbia them t to go out ami do it 1I ga itt.
n 75,000,000.() human .
long since had It nut been for Kus- : coiniti'ipat, adds at ream-
is not affected Hut youth itself, In the form of
) .
sinn airplanes and armaments and Flirt hri moM', it seems Inconceivable pis to his own hl.Kk .letby by way ,

PINE LEVEL HIGHLANDMinn 1 It all goes back to the 1931 law Fiomh military experts. Today in that Japan will be permitted, the young; gills who go tidingvith of celebintion.!

'.Me flee, CorrespondentWe )1. K. t'rewn, ('tirr.'epoiul..ust| which set HHide three cents of their boy friends, can he of the
ir| .. M | ,I gas the Far East tit world Is again!! by other powers to ndvunce Jinhln- Hhoi'S I
greatest assistance In reducing,, this "Open-tof" present height
] money t t:<> repay counties for roadexpenditures without Is
I witnessing a war a deied into China Russia at tong' i
an sony to report that our IIt'cllI'l toll by bestowing a bit of 1>1'111"1' of fa hi"n in bnot<'ry, aI'<' worn by
Miss. Je\VfI farter KnterlaliiHMiss mude by them on ration of war that In. of the utmost I ly anti-Japanese! and will if matters -
KKIer W, E. Hall was tak- and Knowing admiration for the I.it 111Snowy. Melon. Not only. does
II>tor i | roads deeded later to the state significance not to the nations far throw her
only enough IP-
miild'-nly 'III during our week- \ Jewel Carter entertained a go safe driver and simply lefustng: to I Its toes stick out the ends of laste-
n road department The money isdivided involved but to the Western the Bide of China. Andif
ad services and had to return number of her young friends! on I Kouices I i'i,ic with tlie reckless one- make ful Murk pumps, but the toennlliam
on a thiee-way area-popu-, Woild. ns well. it came down to a Russo-Japan
am Sunday afternoon. Elder E. her eleventh birthday anniversary lutlon-road-cost, calculation and safe dilvinK I the price! of a situ te nud hilghtly painted. as the la-

Bowers preached for us Sundayght. Tuesday afternoon. Japan has gone to the limit in ese war most military experts watch nui
I each county Is supposed to drop .recent years to build up her army think the Russians would win I Kconomic< News Review, Misses, Little Hornn's, fineryIs
Miss Carter Invited her
young back from the bowl when It
gravy and navy For a small country, she KngUtnd will attempt to limitJlpnn's .. a tnitlg the fluffiest and frilliest .,'
Mrt. F Fender Is very much improved guests to her home where .refreshments ) has lerelveci its predetermined -
has an amazing militaiy. machine conquest in the interest uth..I' of bird ward-lobes. Like a young :1
after several days illness. consisting of pink lemonade JJOUIILb'llUN :
share But
it's easier lead
I I to a far superior to that of the Chinese own trade, nnd sue, in /all pioba- girl who weais her first "grown .t .,

Mrs Evelyn Crosby Mrs. Beulahtelly anti cake were served. After 'I pig to the swill pail than it Is to though China herself has made bility will the United States and :Mr.. >\'. .\. Tjler, Cur up" evening; gown Lillie Heron Is '

: and son, H. B., and Mr. and which the group was transported j drive him away. 1 progress In unifying and strengthening France" And lastly it I Is a question I likely to stint, pl'lmplnpr'nln/ I
Lake Mr, and Mrs.W.lt. Conner at
to where
Mrs. J, R. Kelly all of Rising section Kingsley! they enJoyed Illegal diversion of gasoline mon the country. China's greatest whether Japan's financial resources i shaking out the itiffles and larery ,I
a delightful swim. Miss Car tend..tchlll'ch\ at Pine Level thisweeken
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ey now totals about 2000.000 a weakness has always been the tire sufficient to stand along 'of its feather, even resorting to I

yntton Alvarez Sunday afternoon.J ter' was the recipient of many useful year. There are three general classifications corruption of her local governments l stniggle- today, mote I than Miss Bessie,I. and Lola Tyler spent being a Hliow-off and an nwful cut- '

E: Stalling. is ill and we wish gifts. of guilt. as Aswald Ganlson! Villard fifty per cent of her government'sbudget Krltlay with Miss Doiothy. Swan- lip If any of the birds seem to be 1

Those enjoying the occasion with has written, "The of is earmaiked for the its loveliness.
1m a speedy recovery.Mr II Counties which have already received purchasing army bom of Snxtun. ml.tnlng

,,"dfrs.! William Sherlie of I Jewel were Mabel Lang Ruby their share me. : Baker Calhoun Chinese statesmen and generals III.Iaplln' and navy ami fill(' has n noailng Mrs. W A. Tyler spent Thuisday, Striking contrast in sartorial

and Mrs. Gieen Kathleen Hardee Pattie Wakuklla .. long! suit; It has ndvanued national debt.
,ake Butler mother Jackson, Liberty In Jacksonville.Mrs. ""'KUDl'l" Is attained by the White I
Wlmbeily Dorothy Adkins, Eloise her and her of far So heic Is another' threat
rood of Lakeland were visiting and Washington.Counties policy conquest grave I
( I Hnth Hrotdtey\ ret tuned! to Ibis.'ith its Hiiowy-white ilren
Wilkinson, Virginia Bethea, JuniorCarter I than have her rifles to woild 1 gravest t. -
I'll Sat- which will mute rapidly < pencethe perhaps
f! inn Mrs. V. A. Browning presumably her home Sunday alter a visit. with fiu-li wing In tipped with black

.roa)', Milton Clark. and G. D. have been paid out before another and cannon" The central Nank that has yet appealed her daughter, tl ra. I. .J. Manning.Mis. feathers, like ebony-la<|iiered nails

Mr and Mrs. Elijah Colman and ,I Wilkinson. I regular session of the h' lfllatII e ing government! has usually proven Whether war' Is actually decluedI.s !: I Pierre AndeiHon of 1.11 he'liutilcu' of u fashionable woman to set offher -:

arc: Tndi>, Giulsden Hamilton unable to control the superabundant ( only ,of theoictlcal 'importance her and
Ihlldicn of Boa tdraln were dinner I Is visiting son white evtning gown, In mat I
Mrs. Annie Clarkson and, W. E.
lu'olVar Lordseach with to nil i Intents I I and a major
Liif t' it Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Holmes and !Santa Rosa. pillboxes- uliutigit\ tcr.ii-law! Mr, and. .Mis. Ing time even gieater ntrart Isal "
Marr of Jacksonville visited their his heait and each Is underway in the Fur
interest at war now
Counties not paid out but diverting own ,
Sunday. Kason: Andcixon.Alb.rt 'fouled us the ibis adds crim.ton
brother J. T. Marr here Sunday.Mr. other than the original suspicloim of the others The slt- Hast, and Interests ..lile'lIylffeel./
money Blown of tRustee
Miss Bonnie Fails of Denton Ga. : and Mis. W. (G. Crews nncl I I'I spent IItoc'klngtnd slippers. At the samelime I
law provided are: Brevajd Brownid 1111 tion us it exists In (Chirm Is us Ing' every nation In the,! woild me 1 he week-end, heio with his,111'> ,
1few here wither | Its fn('" and around its bill
f 'J p ding! children of Clearwater spent the involved.
DoSota, Duyal. Klagler Hir- if each Amt'I'il'lInltlltl' governor Blown.Mr .
(ontx :Mr nnd Mis. O L.
shier Mrs. C. B. Browning. week-end here with relatives. . are brightest cnrmen like an actress .I j
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W I I I dec, Monroe, Okaloosa. Okeecho- anti Mis. P. I). Reddish of
Miss Vsta McRae was a dinner Mr. Crews and family have Just ,j I bee O.sceula, fasco, St. Johns StI As for cofjperheiuls, Mr: 1'opo' says Tilt; 4.IIU.S <'.\\ IIKI.r: I Heilbionn spent Sunday with hr :< who II".'" just a nlmde too
test ,r Miss Vernit Phillips in their bite Is almost nver fatal. "')'WII young men and a gill I I. .1
returned from a trip to New
I I 1 Lucle Eemlnole Taylor and Union. Hlster, N! I'll.V.. R Conner.BOREE much rouge and lipstickOne ,
(-amps >in City section Sunday.Mrs City and Washington!! D. I'. They :i I This lust group are in all probability Impiopcr tientmi-nt., greatly In- aged 17 to t 9. were killed instantly ---------

Muriel\ Thomas of Rising visited the White House and the not legally guilty. In 01der '. cicuslng danger of dyingfrom late last night returning fiom a

\'lsltlngIrs.. V. A. Browning their crushed Intoa HOME
dance whn car FUNERAL
home of George Washington lit includes such <
|I to make the 1931 law legal snake bite, common

mdny, Mt. Vetnon and saw many other Interesting there is. no tie-in between the gas remedieg as drinking", whisky and tree nt a high late of speed. The Full llm of (.'""ke.t* & Undertaker Supplies\
-.- -- fourth member of the Is in a
sights. I\ money and the county bonds. However binning the bite with! gunpowder party A M"UL A N C K MEUWIVE
EVEKGKBENMr Mrs. Clara Shanks of Baldwin critical condition In n local hospi DAY AJVi NIGHT
In ad mi nisi ration and in actual The four varieties nf pot.sonou.i

| <'. I' .V. l Rosier, Correnpondeiit visited here Tuesday. practice, the board of adminis- snakes are distinctive In appearance tal." 53 I'HONE 53

Mrs. Nelson Green and children I tratlon actually and very carefully unil every p""onlhoul.1, he This news-item, differing only in O. II. BENNETT Mgr.

Mi Louise Rosier spent FridayI and Mrs. Chester Wiles of Starke sees to it that the fund go to retire able to recognize them at sight. minor details. has appeared' a t thousand ".tt IIOMK-I.IKK INSTITUTION" [

I th Slut, J Faim with Mrs. C. spent Monday here with Mrs. H. C debt unlpst> fiustiated by a spe- Other snakes are harmless to man, times, and in papers in every

i \VIiahorly! and family. cial law, and one of his greatest allies in ------ -----

Mi ano Mi8. Leslie McClellan. Mrs. Effle Carter and Miss\! Jewel Balance presumably still due the eliminating harmful todents. I .

midren were visiting her Cotter were in Jacksonville Satur'counties' under the original act is Farmers who kill snakes says Mr \ Q_ FLOBIUAHIGHLIGHTS" t ounwnt ;.* .. '....r" A? &iw t f*//>**/6 \

| n hei Mrs R. H. Futch near day. approximately 63000000. Pope are vlitually binning dollar" '

William Crews is visiting home bills. _...,..........._....... ,.- .........r.. :
.wtey Sunday. Of the counties with special acts --''''' ,
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B R and I Q. Rosier were visi-II folks In Starke this week. under the Lee ire the following Most varieties nf snakes nre I : .....:.t ,. ;$_ :-{ .I :;. -- ... ,..;:"Ior.: ".:: ..,," .l.. J..P.\.I.t-' "'. ."

Suike; Monday. --- -.---- have debt or. refund situations that man's friends and tin not desoive .. ... ..tf''...... &,-:.".'-....-.. ;. iuR', ..." '... ., ." : Seiwd...')I.-"i.y.,., ,.;.;''". ''I.
ie5 :- 1 1I 1t
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,ill I, and Mrs.: Russell Redding GKAHAMlr will b(' drastically affected : Btevard the loathing they inspire.St.. Pe- :.,. n. ;/ ;;:.l .;.' :: i iA.I ,

I-pent the week-end with her mothI > ''. I.. C. omlth <.orrr..'i-nilrn. I PeSota, I I<"'dee. .Monroe.. tersbuig Independent. I : ;:'c1! .iii :' "'" t.; .O..,).- ; ; ....' ,)It'ttY'. .'. ':.' ...., '

-i JIi! Jean Gaskins. ; Okaloosa, Piisco, St. Lucile, Semi- .- : .::, .r.f",;_ ':. :' ., .;c.' :l'. (' ...Im......,I."1 r' .. "
,' i
Mi! and :Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Roy Robei'ts.Jr.of! / \ Haven |I nolc. General results is about 9. "(\\HMV UKKKS': lLl.Ei.sElrV : "pi.-: f ::r.?j.!, ; t:t12; t.W G i/pt/ :.k. :c; )?(..'S I I1L! ( :\' '.' ,"::.:.}, .,... ; '. ,, ,....'.
who has been visiting his 'i Or 1' .p r. ': :
:aughters were visitingMr.. and ( 000.000Coes( to "debt service" $63.- I HIK ; I ,:- --7-.. cf -rue fTisfoa'ieXiTcUAf \ 5 : .t
grandfather C. B. Roberts left ; r /"JrN ,* \ ;,.. ....u,.."tv's-, 'o:' J JI
|lrs. M. Rosier Sunday after- I 000.000 when five millions would do I .H ::f"'l'' .r- -'-- f'-f ro'.t'f- : / n '.; -J:,, I
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for visit with his father tliA. v v.--/ :
Thursday a l i't" )
|T. it easily. 'I "Trust In the Lord and don'J I 't-.r,. II' ""* XP (9" / :; "II..., ,'" '; :",:*, I'I'I '
nMi nh JS'
Roy Roberts of the Klorid.i 'J*'.T':% t. '
IndIrs: J. D. Sapp tile. 1"IRRTue; frying pan that Lee quairel.: That sounds like excellent 'CVf V. f 1'1'\ .. : ,
State Faim. I : ; ""'" ., '''. '.'r (,I
4tF' tr.g with their grand-mother threatens the twenty-seven counties advice for most everyone in a .' .. .a..' \ .f.. '. ftI ,.. .: :
$ ; .
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t'9. I S. Ro.sier.HAMPTON. Mrs. Howard Mott of Brooker with has an alternative "fire" swift-moving bewildered troubled I ,I.. : ',.. ....;. ......!>....J! .. .... .. .;:."tlW- t. ..... ,." I
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was visiting her sister, Mrs. Ceo : .tl :' i. ,, ,.. : 'A
.._ to all woild, and from Grandma r ; ", ,
that Is vital sixty-seven coming I .l. }:,;>> .. .r 't1. I Il
Rivers Tuesday. Florida counties. It was fieely Weeks of Lithia near Tampa, It Is II i>i't,;;'........ :..i' ', -.<{;''t.:;. '.i:1+.. .1-)0 oj.'I"'< .''l\\\ -:..;..'...', ; ...'. ':- '- .'

Miss:\ Margaret Broughton was said by those most conversant with unusually significant.! For "Granll.ma" -.: t,' '',, I. ... ,,\ .if\ .,_.. ,;zj-" < 5i.1' > .
I'M' liln I Mm ', .. Bill of Waldo m I
f Miss
mo uilrnfr.eival Evelyn
irrr p visiting ...... '; .
situation during the 1937 leg- has just celebrated her 110th : .
|Ithe ;1i: '. ;:: .W' : ,
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Sunday. ...... ....... );'ic-: ;>.; .Ir" -.;. ""\It'i ViF.-- :t ... ,....' ..,.w. '
the oldest ..
I islatlve session that Washington birthday. making '> ;... .-! ;
services at the Chl'ls'Ian Roy Browman left Sunday to accept .....=c:. wi' J ..i $, :-: .jt1i. :\ .;. :04 ; S Sa4 J

Churrh: closed last Sunday in Jacksonville. was going to jump Florida's Federal authenticated I person. in Florida ........-....1'tt... -<,:;";. ... ...:oo;;.. 'I. ''':-_4:4.. .: :;:-' r.:0. ': .. '4....... ; 'A ..: ,. ;'r
a position unless and five score .,.. .. -.r: :.:.', jj.. t- !met"&W: !' '
Tit aid road gift the session having spent years .
'ns if They Rev. were W. E.conducted Duugherty by who the Mrs. Henry Padgett who have and been chil- !, corrected gas tax diversion. and ten on this mundane. sphere I : .....- ..'...'.#.t'yt---'v VJ. ;; i: 7'.: p. .. '{.. .... -. ,..... ,- "' ,. :, iJif: L ......rC"'i" :;-( ,.,.: '.. :

dren of Georgia Maryland has already been punished she should he well qualified to hand I

'foiuer'y m iters of of Starke.the Gospel'!They and are visiting her mother to, Mrs.their home Kate: by loss' of about a million of fed- i lout some choice advice on how to .,,,, ......... ,.. <......... ...-...".... .. *-. -' )*'it'.5.. ,. i..
Starling It t is attain long'vlty.Iin,1: Onind- I ,.
nducled a very successful el al road money annually. you -'. --'- >

'. r meetings and several We.lnesJ.iy. now know that Federal Bureau. at ma cloe.-n't, Rive this as a magic
Mrs. Rachel Starling entertained formula that will work with" cv- .
dded Roads Is closely and critically
tie Joe to Kruzier the church.of Oik- the members of her Sunday, school I studying the 1"l<,rlda situation erybodj, but having tried it fur I

is visiting Miss Miriam class with a picnic at Hampton 1 If both blows should fail it might 310 years and) found it good. she ,

Beacb. Saturday afternoon. 'i shock Florida salons Into cleaning feels that there. must be something ti ,
John Strickland, of Heilbioun I'I I K
Mrs. 4
'11:1':i," >n and family who were was visiting. her 'I up the mesa on a sound and fair efficacious m it. First Grandma ; i
Springs In the Lord," which we'
t ll :-i the basis.! Such a clean up would put "trusts
Hagan '
building on V2O" '
mother Mrs.: A. W. Broughton.Sunday. } '
"t. have recently located about four millions a year more into teai, IIla". i-n't as common. practice ? ) ; ,
Mrs. Broughton accom- '
would It used to be especially ,
road cc.nstructlon. But it as -5., A
Street, in A "
the Jones resl- Strickland home fora p h-i' i .
panied Mrs. j play hob with many it county ad l lI back: in HIP days when Grandma I 4a.i :. I '- -'

visit. w,.s a mere gill of CO or seventy. : :;; -
tephine Sullivan: spent' valorem levy. :/ -' .
and little '
Mrs. Irene Elliott son '
-- --+-. .- -- Also we ate afraid folks. live ut : ; ;
I with
iy: her eons CloveA -
who have
Mead: of Perry
." L. Sullivan Gettlce \.Vx ntlKMl 'I 1 UK: .'.N VKE such high tension these days that aI -
of Ther. been visiting Mrs.: C. B. Roberts returned -I \L .cS ;
or. What is there about snakes their nerves get so on edge they I
I Ia
N'' Willie\ Mae Hamilton one to her home Saturday. which arouses\ revulsion in so macy 'i are more Inclined to get quarrelsome I

;f 'uptons Quite a number from here attended persons? Dislike and fear for the and hard to handle than In /an
Junior high school
the funeral of Mrs. Carrie
1t'Illt. ',lumbers I deudly varlet lea Is understandable.or older. more easy-going!! age.!! But
spent the week- .
at Dedan Saturday.Mrs.
'D n her at : Warren course but when not only \vcI -- after all. these are qualities that
Newberry. D. of Tampa has
J. Byrd
.1 he cultivated even In the
J" F. Johnson and I I men but hard-bitten noimally cour- may
grand- friends here and at- '
been visiting admit that even the hectic twentieth century. and we
::1' :Miss Dennison ageoue men
J who have
tended the federal! of her ister-ln-
them to all who would,
en several weeks inVest | most harmlcs varieties of) snakes t commend
'Ion I'eturned law, Mrs. Carrie Warren. make their blood run cold and fill strive for some of the kindlinessand

home today. John Abernathy of Daytona I I of mind which ,
41'' Ada Nimmo them with some elemental hor- peace unquestionably
and Mrs. Mat. .
'. "". Beach was in our section Monday.Mrs. understand. shine forth from the chur-
hard to
-a Ward! hor, it 1 is>
>'1 '18 their recently;! er.tertaln-: R.1.: Johnson was shop. The deadliness even of poisonous ': acter of this dear old saint. hl'IIA

guests Mrs. Bishop ping in Starke Saturday.Mrs. I alert at her advanced -
Urren '* and snakes Is greatly overrated. and of i so keenly even
' "!, daughters.: Marion, Lizzie Dryden of Staike Is and conscious of the
drcd and the hundreds of varieties, of snakesin age, so -

1:'1.', nd two of Nell their all friends of Galnes-from visiting her daughter Mrs. Rachel this country only four are poisonous .- goodness of man and the mercy ofa ." ,,:...{.;,..r.

JUti I Florida Starling for several days. rattlers, copperheads moccasins beneflclent and all-wise Diety.
T and Mr. and Mrs. .
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'"1'' Pringle. of Lawtey. %11'I.s' H.ILL. and contains coral snakes.none cf The the I!' that, we years would of life wish here for below her that prolonged TURTLE MOUND is located on the of the most interesting plants in

I Coclne Bedenbaugh of Tice United States River few miles south of the Florida is the 1'ITAYA a native of Mexico ( -
continue be a blessing Indian a
except : site might
P constrictors
ndmg a few days with her The speaker Tuesday eveningwas deadly tropical became known also as the Night dooming
Ith of how to old of New Smyrna and recently ,
L. L. Bedenbaugh. Rev. L. G. Hemingway who In circuses, where they are and an example grow city
: and In the of the Florida State Cereus or Strawberry Pear. Because of
{ God. handled by women. without fear /assurance the nroperty
A. J. Turner will preach at used as a text, The Power of carelessly it has Le>.
habit of growth :
,. in rich his its scrambling
.;.J* ''Pll t Church next Sunday A solo--Ther* Will' \ Be No Tears In According to Clifford Pope. author )f a greater( Historical Society. Steeped

lcn 'I?; and evening. Paradise. wa! sweetly rendered by of "Snakes Alive ,and How Haven Chief. torical tradition, it will now be preserved come a popular ornamental in the warmer

one of the Mission workers. They Live" fewer than four per .- ed posterity. Built of oyster and sea sections of the state and lends a picturesque -
Thi western pine beetle-destroys O magnify the Lord with me and cent of persons bitten by rattle Shanghai, China has become a shells by the Indians over five centuries appearance especially to low I

r..o re merchantable Umber than let ua exalt His Name together snakes dl..- provided they receive city of skyscrapers i largely built ago it reaches a height of Dearly 50 walls where anaplo) room U available.

for't firas| was the message received. from the the correct treatment/ promptly.Even I 1 I by Americans._ .. feet. It figured in ancient history and Ita extremely large flowers open at -

"Sponsor" where treatment Is neglectedor .- charts of the Old World cM drawingsof n ght Its etcma are three angled. Its

ID id P.,IV.. million rats were killed In Next week Mr. and Mrs. Quigley delayed or the wrong treatment .- Campers in the national forestsare be- it being preserved to thia day on Qua! fjruit are N4I aad coulain "an edible
about six out cf every required to get a permit
last year in will be in charge. Come out. There i Is given wblte juicy flash. ..
a campaign fires.z ._,. .
papyrus. -
I a t plague will be a welcome for all. | seven persons bitten recover. I i fore building


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tl $ ocietY WITH
of the loveliest In the seriesof COURSE IN CONSERVATION, WANTINi, '
delightful parties planned in AND'FARM MAPPING URGED TO .t'\Kr 'IJ l

honor of Alias Hazel Adkins was TAUGHTFour Maintain Standard of APPLIC" ii,. \
the bridge luncheon given by Mrs.

( E. L. Biggs and Miss Abble Harley, I Vanilla Nut (Cookie county agents and their supervisors Living Without Increased Mrs Edward Burns ,

rC. Royal Service Has MeetingThe Sub-Deb ClubEntertained at the Patio Grill located In the Mis..Fred F. Stump offered a recipe from Union. Baker, Du- Income. rector of Social Welfare' ,, ,, '?,'*, 41.

Friday Roosevelt Hotel In 'Jacksonville, for vanilla nut cookies for our vsl and Putnam Counties, In a two yesterday said that .,, 'IVItiea'
and .pp
Royal Service program Tuesday at one'o'clock.. column Oils, week.- As soon an day meeting here :Monday and t for CCC enrollments I., scab**,

business meeting of the Baptist W. Misses Edna and Margaret The hotel orchestra played the you've read Ibis recipewe: know Tuesday were taught general con,I With the recent :crease in cost of October will be te., 'I 1I10nth{

: M. U. was held at the Baptist Pearce were hostesses Friday afternoon wedding march from Lohengrin as you'll want to try it because. It servatlon and farm mapping work' of food products backyard gardening office here every We. by hel
i I" .
economic Importance
I.'1 Church Monday afternoon. at two o'clock'at their home Miss Adkins and_her friends found sounds most delicious by F. T. Oiler, of Gainesville! a per. i again in assumes the American Ing next week. sl1L11.
1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson/ first vicepresident I which i iI average
to the Starke Sub Deb Club,
their places at the long luncheon 2 cups Swans flour sonnel of the Agricultural Conservation home and million. of vegetable gar Mrs. Bums said
led the devotional and thu) : ,,
il I held its regular meeting at that table. The place cards were of bridal 1-4 cup butter i division located In the University dens will be made this spring be- of all boya,'rnembtrr rtlelllll T,
the business
k conducted meeting.
time. deblgn. The table was effectively 2 tablespoons powdered xxxx sugar City. cause of the money which can be
I The Bible study topic for the afternoon of malting corp of CCC camps th. coj.t
the fun
well for
decorated In a red and white saved at as !
and l were .
' The living room porch The of general conservation would
question o'er. 'J
'I ; wan "Called to Regions Be. with lilies color scheme. Giant red dahlias 2 or 3 tablespoon Ice water them and the superior qualityof v '? M .
f attractively decorated work, designed to aid in Improved fling to many thousan
,'i yond formed the central 2 bags Sc chopped their product.With he(; .
arrangementand pecans \
and tables were placed -
and zennfas discussed .
' farm acreage was I leases will be made Jh
taU. of dietetic u
: ''y The program, was! given by Circle members red rose buds and fern placedthe 1 tablespoon vanilla all the Se
for bunco, which the at the meeting and new Ideas ",reena," and vitamins it has become have reached their t,' .
1 No.2. In the absence of the lead
, v \ attending enjoyed after the business entire length of the table fur. Cream butter and powder sugar. for Improved farm work practices pretty well known that besides birthday, or with <.v< fourth
fi er, Mrs. J. M. Brownlle, Mm.! J. H. ther added charm to the lovely : Ighlttn
refreshments and well.
;. session. Delightful Add flour mix pe- were given by the various groups the savings resulting from a months service.
I Lord co-leader tuck charge of the of punch and cookies were setting. cans and vanilla and ice water a attending. home garden, the health and vigorto

," program. The topic was "The In- served. The honor guest was Miss After luncheon the guests were little at a time. Don't get the mix be had from good fresh vegetables Present indication 'hat, the
dian." Mrs. Lord was aaxlsted by County agents, L. T. Dyer. Un- from 'garden Js in- quota for Florida will .
Betty Jo Frazier, of Oakland Park invited into one of the hotel par. ture too doughy. Roll out about your "xtiem!,
f. Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Mrs. W. B. Alex. ion Mabry Futch. Baker, D. G. ly large, and the numb.cutfona .-
who Is at present the guest of lars, where they enjoyed four progressions one-fourth Inch thick and cut witha : 8Ppll,, ,
and Mrs. B. M. Fussell. Westberry Putnam and Alfred unlimited. Mri
under of bridge. Mrs. N. Stern- 'eased .nos
Miss Miriam Guy, of Hampton. cutter. Place on an ungt 5414
: Miss Juanlta Barefoot and Mlles Lawton Duval each with a supervisor She urged boys Intercut.
1 berg was awarded high prize, an cooking sheet and bake In a quick : i.: make
t Jean Davis sung a duet "Whinper- In the bunco games, Miss Juan- attractive bowl and Miss Lois Ad- oven (1425 F.I) till light golden. Immediately were those attending. applications at once

lag Hope." Ita Barefoot won high prize which kins, holder of low score receiveda coat with sifted powderer Tuesday a mapping of F F. '.

Reports were ptvtn by officers of i \.as A beautiful linen handkerchiefand novelty tape measure. The hostesses sugar. Then cool and pack. Flume's large farm was made, to -- -- -

the committees und auxiliaries.Mrs. Mills Jean Davis was low and presented Miss Adkins with .*_ -.--- acquaint those attending with the Grow a Fei.: t'lm'W11lDnVegetables /

L. O. Powell chairman of \:";' a picture. some of) her china to her selected Bonita Fay Rigdon fundamentals of the soil conservation -

the carpet fund committee repotted Those attending besides the hostesses breakfast iet. Has Cirthday Party I work. One hundred and seventy T/n/ )'Pir(;

that the church carpet was laid were :Misses Clara Flume The red and white color schemewas farmers this year participatedIn -

a' and piiid for. Edith Rowe, Juanita Barefoot, repeated in the mints used on Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy the program which is a slight U. 8. Department of Aarlrullare

The Young Matron's Circle will Jean Davis Marlon Dowling Betty the bridge tables and In the wrap- Rlgdon, former residents of Starke drop under last year's total of 213 Lists 2.00 Different 'Arl.tl", .

of the and of the will be pleased to learn of the par who received an estimated $2,500.
have gifts.
charge program Green, Dot Bishop, Miriam Guy, pings
church flowers for September. Invited to be with the honoree ty that they gave on Tuesday. The agent's office explained that According to the U S, D< Jrlrr.enl
The meeting was closed withprayer I and her guest Miss Betty Jo Frazier August 10, at their home in Miami, the decrease occurred because of of Agriculture there are t 000
and the two hostesses were: Mrs. IPp.;
Mrs. Alexander. for their four year old daughter, th number of farmers who this arate varieties ofrt'ttibl, fro-
by n
A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs.
Bonita Fay, who celebrated her year planted for the first time to- in this country today.
H. B. Mrs. D. A. Mon-
McLendon To the
birthday anniversary at that time. bacco and cotton. Heavy penalties' gardener whose ,;(, [lulo''
teith, Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs C. cious tomatoes take
The birthday cake which was on these two crops made it unprofItable HOW MUCH BETTER IS THE pn/i. in the
A. Knight Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs.E. fall shows, and whose con known
pretty with its decorations of for them to take part In the
very about the
neighborly. tl
L. Matthews Miss Lois Adkins, HAVE BEEN GROWN IN YOUR. for m
t WANTEDKrai Miss Mina Manassa Miss Lucille pink rosebuds, was placed on a program. OWN GARDEN sweetness this may not l be starlbi
table covered with a handsome lace news; but to those ordinary ama!
Mitchell, Misses Evelyn and Marjorie *
cloth, on the lawn. RISINGMiw teurs who grow a pea bean, com
calculable in terms of dollars and
and Mrs. Gene Griffin
For Sale large enough Stump and tomato garden. wi m
Good Farms
"Several heal<< variety
cents. Those families who limited
for general fanning and reasonably priced.. Mrs. Frank Evans Mrs. Maud Games were enjoyed, after which Edna Lewis CorrespondentElder from year to year it should awakes
to an inelastic budget, those
ft UK HAVE THE BUYERS.ALSO Alexander Mrs L. L. Roane all of I dainty rosebud cups of ice cream I who would protect their health and a little curiosity.Variety .
Jacksonville and Mrs. O. J. Griffinof were served with the birthday and Mrs. W. E. Hall of more especially those who would adds interest to -egchbli

HAVE IN {t'lR'ES FOR TIMBER: LANDS St. Augustine. cake. Each little guest was presented Green Cove Springs spent Saturday enjoy the taste uf reai fresh vegetables gardening Here are n few uncommon .

5a IN LARGE TRACTS with a favor. as dinner guests of Mr, and should begin to plan early. edibles which: con be eauly
I leek fine
grown: a onion-like AM
WILSON REALTY CO. Miss Eva RigdonEntertained About twelve of Bonlta's little Mrs. R. M. Crosby. If your space is only ten by twenty vorer for soups and stews; marrow,

In Miami I friends were present to enjoy the 'I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw and feet, you can eliminate corn, potatoes delicious when sliced and fried;

i' party with her, Mrs. Rigdon was children of St. Mary. Ga., spent pumpkins and others that chicory or French endive, for HID.
Friends of Miss Eva Rigdon will take a lot of space concentratingon ter salads; salsify o> eyelerplanla
assisted in serving by :Miss Eva Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.E. / the smaller varieties. But
{ ail be interested in learning that she I no root with a distinctive Sa\orvhico
Rlgdon Mrs. J. B. Brown, and Mrs. C. Lewis.J matter how large or small, there
can be left in the ground
over inter
was delightfully entertained while Connie I Kyzer. I L. Underhill of Sampson City are some vegetables! that you can ; and there are many other
the of Mr. and Mrs. .
guest Lacy grow. First of all then determine
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Look for them in the new catali|.
LIFE INSURANCEIn Rigdon In Miami last week. i Little Jo Anne Dinkins :just what you want to have on the -
W. C. Conner.
Thursday, August 12, Miss Rig-I, Has Birthday Party amount of space available. Your I The male and female; petrel Me
Mrs. E. E. Taylor of Green Cove seed catalog will assist you here.
I, don was the honoree at a beach Little Miss Jo Anne Dinklna turns sitting\ on the eggs, and each
an OLD LINE: tried and dependable Company Springs spent Saturday as dinner The next step is to decide on how
party, given by her hosts. After ,entertained of her Ells for at a without
not only' a source of satisfaction all a matter of prott'.tlon twenty-seven guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. many are wanted when they wouldbe days stretch
h 1 for >our gored ones, but a real guarantee of bathing was enjoyed by all, a late friends in celebration of her fifth most useful and exactly what lelief.

t supper was served the guests by birthday anniversary In the homeof I spot in the garden will accommo- -.,-., -.
jour own future independenceOW while you are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner had
Mr and Mrs. Rigdon. her parents. Ma and Mrs. L. F. date them. Do this by making a
I'rt physically fit. come. In let's talk it over. as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. chart of the garden by Leather of varying: thlck1C8I,
row row
Those Invited Dinking
to be with the on Cherry Street Satur.
nnd Mrs. L. L. Connor of Gum recording the variety and date of tram that of thick: cardboan \to
honoree and hosts I afternoon four
and o'clock.
were: Mr. day at
HAROLD WALL AGENCY Branch and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. first planting, the approximate date that of notepaper, can tt> mil
Mrs. J. B. Thompson Mr and Mrs. I The living and dining rooms I Shaw and children of the State of the harvest, and what is to suc from shark skin.

GENERAL: INSURANCE: J. B. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roswell 1 'were tastefully decorated In pink Farm. ceed. The principle of successionthat ._ _n
Ross, Miss Dot Pearson, Miss! Flor- is, following
,and green crepe myrtle and tern I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dicks of Gum one vegetablewith
.sl ence Shubert, Frank NewIanJ, VIr- I ,and the color scheme further another-Is very important if About 250 persons were k.llel!
carried Branch with Miss
spent Sunday a large production Is seeded in a during single hailstorm in lidii,
out by a pink and green decorated / Underhill.
Ruby small space. For instance, the first In 1688.
birthday cake topped with Mr, and Mrs. Paul Undeihlll and sowing in one row could be a hardy
five green candles. children spent Sunday as dinner crop such as peas, and wher that is .-- -

AUGUST CLEARING SALE The children played games until guests with Mrs. Un erhlll'" parents harvested, tomato sets might be put A tulare, Calif., turkey ranch

refreshments of punch and cake Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Alvarezof in, to fall be radish followed by a quick growing marketed 53,000 birds for the: 193))
or lettuce or a legume -
weer served by Mrs. Dinkins assist. Pine Level. such as turnips. Christmas trade.

ed by her mother, Mrs. A. O. An- Miss Eleanor Connor of Gum

r, OUT CLOSING OUT dreu. and Miss Hanah Swindell.LAWTEY Branch spent Sunday with Miss CARS CLEANED IT

CLOllL1 I J I -- Melva Crosby.. The Chicago Cubs have two Do You Want Your ('ar

ALL -: -. players name Rip Collin! under 1-...a.eJ: or 1'cUs.hed: IfYon

O. J. ,...1111.... r..rr........*.. A two-Inch bass placed in a contract. The first, of course, is Do I'leaw "M-e
stream will under favorable con- the famous first baseman and the ..oKTUt."RhJ'1: (

.. ., .'< WHITE i COLORED SILK DRESSES Repair to Building ditions, reach ten Inches In about other is a catcher with Los An- RU 1, Bo\ 20. I itr\
Workmen have recently completed two years. geles.

reroofing the rental property of
Mrs/ Enoch Griffis here with the

1.98 latest of copper roofs and have FLORIDA rnwn,

\ DRESSES made a very attractive Job '; same.

r Joe D. Peele has recently completed -
1.69 t reroofing his rental property

here! In the city and at present

M' = 4 painters are busy painting the Interior

2.98 of the First Baptist Church

DRESSES and Sunday school rooms. While

these repairs add much to the city

1.98 there is also a housing shortage in
; ;
\--T the city as people are turned away

dally who are looking for moderately -

S.9.9 priced rental property and it

DRESSES is hoped that some citizen will relieve

this by building several

2.98 / houses to rent here.

., vew rc Ttrn Tnrr.: TO nrrr-rvtsH IOIR I IA. Personal,
S. DavidV.. Moore! of Ft. Myers Sit

.' I SOIMER; \RUICOBE.. was"ilitir.g: his parents Mr. and 1 '

i' 11 White Oxfords!: & Straps i, Mr. J. H. Moore over the week ;
l.H'J Enza Blanchard is visitingher

and I 1.59.Men' GOTHAM: sister. Mrs. John B. Dye at

1.98 ,,
Mrs. James G. Godwin of the I

I State Farm was ,'lsIUnarelallv 1I
New Fall :\11- i Ladles Beautiful ,rr
here Tuesday.Miss .
Wash Prints Slacks Silk! Stocking! Bernice Adams of Macon,

I I I For the Ga.. is the guest of Miss Betty
\t Per Yard White. &: Colors98c Lady
Phillips this week. .
lOc, 15c, 23c Who Care el Mrs. Alice Jones of Miami Is 'AWr es

visiting relatives here this week.
85c & 1.00 Miss Grace Arwood who has ,...err
One Lot Reg. Full FblonI.sl'o.: Solid "'
been spending some time in Birmingham MAN 0'HM&6I&D eDMAND2
Bile UaohDresses Knee> Lengths Leather Work ,
SEE THEIFW:'\ Ala., returned to her
Silk HoseSeconds. Shoes ..n.lV'>STABLE r home here last week. a K'l'3 ,-rrN tu sc)

Only HOSE-FITS ANY Mr. and Mrs. Chas!.,, Dinkins and PMSACOIA-
FOR 49c Pr. 1.98aPr.'' LENGTH.:: Miss /
2 SUO a Dolly Dinkins were the 'FJO /Ok
+ guests! of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din- .
y' kins of Starke j!;
One Lot Yd.. Lt A Good .Men' Extra :Men'Va..hPants .Men': Sunday.Rev.
H. L. Chapin of High r' WIIEQE THEfOAMAL

: Ladles'' 'UniteOxfords; Sheet81x90 Heavy Work Springs was a business visitor TQANFZ

15c Sox here Wednesday OPI02DASPAN
110 I
f For98c' Shirts ,.
t gll Brown and Billy Cates. TO TH.EC'ITELJ

99c a Pr. 79c | 69c-79c 98c 9c a Pr. I Miss:: Rigdon was again honoredon S A;'"

Friday, August 13 when :Mr. max PIAC4
and Mrs. J. B. P&ATETH /
' : .* .All Men' Thompson delight c
tr Overalls straw; fully entertained with a moonlight A/A i%
cruise on the Biscayne Bay. I

, and Pant Hats Sandwiches and drinks were

t Only 98c O LESS TIIAXtOST served during the thirty mile ride The epochal transfer of Florida from I WAR or FRIGATE BIRD. It j is, Ii 'tf'I?:'

up Blacayne Bay and out Into the Spain "to the United States was observedIn I bird with very long wings, long, forke Wshoit ,

i One Lot ocean. historic PLAZA FERDINAND VII. Sail"- 0.0
legs and webbed feet.
lfoa !School M.*n'* Dre.mShirts Those present with the honoree. February.18, 1821. There are 28 of these It
Shoes V' Miss! Rlgdon. and the hosts were: open squares scattered throughout the city t motionless wings for indefinite pent
Mr. and Mrs. ,
Roswell Ross Mr. cormorants
delights: : in
I harrying pelicans
I Tees! 10 to 2 $1.00'aloe.* of Pensacola. ,
and :Mrs
Lacy Rlgdon. Miss Florence -
1.10 a Pre Only 79c '''I' Shubert. Frank Newland and One of the most Interesting tropical )birflt juIN and terns into releasing their preyswhich

Billy Cates., found in southern Florida is the MAN 0' it then catches in the air.


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Miss Bernice Klapprr of Jack Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams and Mr L. E. Mosrley and daughters BUILDING I cess of $16,580 according to figures) bit

sonvllle Is the guest of Miss Mir 'daughter, Mary Beth of Daytona Miss. Beatrice and Edna Mae, I released by City Clcik Carl Johns,
lam Jacobs at Kiugsley l Lake Beach were week-end guests of Mr. attended the funeral services of PERMITS UP I yesterday.

Bits of i.-i- -... ,land Mrs George W. Thomas. Mrs Delsle! May Jordon The month of A pill saw a surge S Supwarl I

Merrill C. Futch has returned I .. .. .. TWENTY-THREE ISSUED VAL- In i
-- -- building permit figures,
from Belle Glade where he has I Mrs. T F. Landrum and daughters Misses Mary Elizabeth and Lorraine FIRST OF YEAR it was said, while a low ebb was 1

been employed with the Experiment 'I Idell and Martha left Mon- Smith of Tallahassee\ 1Irt'gUf'IIta passed during the mpnthsj of January -

LpcalNevgsf Station. day to spend" several weeks with of their brother-in-law and Building permits to twenty to March 30 when the complete

--- I It.o relatives in Citrus County. sister Mi. and Mis. J. P. Wan en.JHr three Staike applicants for the figures for permits then wcie. only

CONCERNINfi OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Miss Clara Flume; 7'endmg firm seven months of 1937 and) 3000. A slight pick-up for the

weeks in Ft. Lauderdale as Miss l..fotUe McGee left Saturday ..A. Anderson and daughter : through August 13, ran to an ex- first half of August when permit
I'KOHRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN the guest of her uncle and aunt I morning for an extended visit' with Virginia, and Mrs. Pearl Simpson to the amount of about $d. OO were

Mi. and Mrs. A. G. Hlnst. 'i! Mr. and Mrs; J.: 1. Harrison and and ,daughter Miss Esther his parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. H issued. by the city cleik. L

a ..- .- .-- Miss Belva, Harrison In Stuart 'I "pent.t"dnell" !
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and eon. Has- ''. Gainesville several weeks because the CoastGuard There ale 717 pens for leailngKame '
J- Dowling spent Mon- Mrs. J. M. Music of Brooker wasa per, and R. F. Theta returned to Mr. and Mrs. Freeman'Johns of -- cutter, Mojave, to which he birds In California maln-
I MJ'II. Jacksonville.B visitor In Starke Monday moin- their home Sunday after a week's I'I Gainesville were guests Sunday of i Mrs, ,1. p. Bums and two daughters la aslgned ran aground off Castle luined by the Slate of spoilsmen's

y, in Ing. visit with relatives In Tennllle, Ga. Mr. Johns' patents Mr. and Mrs. returned to( their home in Atlanta Island In the Bahama Island group r

I and Mrs. -R. F. Demorest- .------ --- --.--- ----. I Jeff Johna. ., fin visit? Thursday with her mother after an, Mrs.extended 0-_._______.____. -.-_._._-_._.__-,__<-

Mr in Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. H. T. Hall Jr., and chil- I Friends of Mis. Jeanette Kln- '. .
Tuesday C. I. Manasna, Mn. Bums was accompanied -
ni dren have returned home after a Iia: ald will regret to learn that she Mrs. Carrie Smith of Ocala spent home by her sister SALE! SALE! SALE! t:

Beasley spent several visit In Atlanta, Ga. I confined to St. Vincent's Hospi- 'I Sunday as the guest of her broth Miss Mina Manassa. who will visit I

Mrs In. 0 Jacksonville L. this week. I tal because of illness.", er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J JI tin i Atlanta for several I days.

Y. ----------- I Jeff Johns
Cot.\ and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of De- I OUT THEY GO!

Mrs.. Rudolph Andrews Land, spent the week-end here with I MillsIal.tha: Brownlee", of Jacksonville I I II Among those fiom here who atI -
Mr and Rainbow Springspunnrllon. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brownlee.. I spent Tuesday afternoon :I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Amnerson of I tended! tho Benefit", Ball In Lake

",('nU1'lItHed. .-- --- I with her pUI'ents.Ir.:: and Mrs. J. 'Birmingham Ala., are vaulting Mis.AmbeiHon's i City Wednesday night!: were. : Mrs I DOZENS() : l OF. STYLES: HUNDREDS: OF PAIRS !

\,ar Mrs. G. R. Priest and M. Brownlee at Klngslcy Lake. mother Mrs James Jessie M. e Blakely" Miss Lillian 1
-- ------ grand-
I --..---------- Kite. Hubert $1.00 LADIES: CHILDREN'S: SANDALS 50c 4 4I
Moseley Green ChariI.'llPenl..r.
Greentoe Jeanette relatives -
I.ila C. Frazier of daughter, are visiting 1 I :
Miss ; Mrs R. J. Tatum and children -- -. Henry McKelvey, Bill Edwards -
was the week-end i in Madison. i I I $1.75 LADIES I PUMPS: AND SANDALS 77c
( and Krlnson McGowan of Jacksonville 1 Miss Marie McGee left Saturday : Mi and, Mrs. E. L. Matthews '
[gust if :Miss Clara, McGee_. ------ .--- are guests today of Mrs. R. I for an extended visit with her and their jOI..ltts.11"14: Con. I I $:.!.:JO() LADIES' I'l1Jll'S'I'IES & SANDALS: $L.ICi

--- Frederick Bishop of HollK L. I. :, J,, Davis at Kingsley: Lake. sinter, Mrs v.'... E. Daugherty of nie Padgett of Bnulenton. and $3.00 LADIES SANDALS AND TIES S1.K5:> '
Mr and Mrs William Lasen will arrive Sunday to visit his cousins I ________ i1Ve James : \
Miller of
lure the guests Sunday of Mr. and }I,'. and :Mrs. E. L. Matthews : Mrs. T. J. Griffin i .t Palm Beach.Airs. Dunnellon. I $1 I Ladies'STRAPS. PUMPS. SANDALS. TIES $1 I.95! 4d
wan visitingher ... _
[,? Jeff Johns. son-In-law and, daughter Dr -- ------ Frltniii d .$:JlO(> ) MEN'S: DRESS OXFORDS $1.59! r
Jennie Mae Blakelv and Hon. | here of the Rev M 1. C.
Annie McGee-was-the week- Mis. J. H Fields and daughter I and Mis C. C. :Mendoza in Jacksonville 'I Billy spent the weekend In Lake I Stith who is pastor of the Brent- $5.00:> MEN'S DRESS':. SPORT OXFORDS $2.95!
Mi* Hazel were visiting In Ocala and Wednesday. '
lid guest of Mrs. Addle Wain- New Smyrna. ,! City with Mrs. Blwkelys brother Jackson-rifle I $7.00 MEN'S DRESS &: SPOUT OXFORDS $.1.50

right of Jacksonville.. j Mrs J.: D--Tobl----: ;: ; Sallie; Tyson -''R, and B sister-in-law inden.Garnita", Mr. and Mis. J.I(I Saturday evening over WJAX. Mr.Stlth $fi.50: LADIES I RED; CROSS SHOES $1.95! : ,.

--- Ml., and Mis. Carl Flores of and Mrs. N. N. Norton, of Eus- will be on the air for the tart
Ms, Attie Lamar of Quincy Ishe Jacksonville I Itis spent the weekend here with I I
were visiting rela- Miss. ; Hutto left Wednesday three Saturday evenings at 6:45: EX1'IIt7': .FITTERS
of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell -
I Mrs. Florrie Wills.
guest tives here Sunday. o'clock, under the
auspices t>f the
for Columbia S. C. where she
Lucille Mitchell. I

hd: :Miss\ I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest }1r. and Mrs. S. W.-Vainadoe- ; of I II I. will spend two weeks visiting her : Jackunnvllle---Mlnihtetlal- -_! Alliance.. I VOGUE BOOT SHOPf'AINESVILLE.

M. F. Brown and sister Miss Carolyn Hutto, and
Mrs (
Mr end spent the week-end at Daytona Savannah Ga., are guests of Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Curate of New
Ihildren spent the week-end in Varnadoe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I: Miss Mary Carter.Miss .
Beach. I
Orleans La., spent Monday\ nightIn
-- .
with relatives.
W. P. Smith
amps : Starke with G. M. Sistrunk and
I II Brownlee left today ...
Mary Alicia Noegel Is visitingher Mr. and Mrs C A. Knight. Mr. <----- ----- ---------- ---- '
E. Powell Jr., has I ;; Richard for St. Louis where she has f
Mrs..1 1 yearned sister, Mrs. E. H. Davis, in Miss Lois Long I: accepted Cassle had not been to Starke in .
to her home in Hilliard after Gainesville. Thede of Lawtey attended the Zeta I I I an inteineshlp for six months "
twenty-six years since he used" to
visit with her brotherInlawnd In the> Christian Hospital :Miss:
a I Tau Alpha houseparty at Flagler the New
I operate York
---- RacketStole
sister Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest and I I Bench Sunday. I I Biownlee Is a graduate technician : here He sold out to F, F.

knight. daughter, Miss Pauline Priest ale -. -------- I I II Stump when the latter first came", TIP TOPGROCERY H
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Walker of
spending a week In South Florida | Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Guy and I' to Stai'kc.
'daughter, Miss Miriam Guy ate Birmingham, Ala., en route to Orlando -

RANGE CATTLE i spending a week at Catiy's cottageat were guests of Miss Lucille i iAmb..son Chatles Hi 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. D.' Keller and I Fields who Is enlistedin

BEEF STOCK son, Leo spent last week in Jacksonville I Kingsley Lake. I Saturday. and Mis. James Kite \ the U. S. Navy will arrive next

visiting relatives. I week to spend a month' leave with
----- ---- -- -
DAIRY i I Mrs. Frances Sweat Guilford and I II
son Norwood are In Quitman Gu. I Mis. Clara McGee has been I'' .i i
Miss Hazel) Lennon has returnedto
visiting Mrs. Gtiilford's mother, transferred from Ocala to StarkeLO
I MULES : her home here after spending u : : A !
work with Mrs. Miriam Kick- 'GENT WORD
Mrs. T. A. Sweat.
HORSES I I vacation In Ocala. I liter with the Historical ItecoiJ WE ARE GIVING YOU AGAIN

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall cif Tallahassee I Survey work.
spent the week-end here -- -
Mary Carlos were shopping in and i iI W C. T. U. meeting. Place RENTFurnished
with Mr. Wall's parents Mr. upstairs "
Bought And Sold Jacksonville Tuesday. 1 Mrs W. L. Wall. I the home of Mrs. A. W. Anderson.! apartment. Mrs. S. R. Johns. 1t READ OUR HANDBILL

II I I Time -. Friday afternoon 3:30.: j i
Carlton Mrs J. :M.:\ Brownlee, and Mr. FOR SALEOne ton good:' 1 cleanchicken "EXTRA SPECIAL"
Miss Connie Padgett and James Come and enjoy an hour with the I
and Mrs John Milton Brownlee fertilizer A.
Livestock Miller of Gainesville were guests I members of the W C. T U. ; cheap.
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville.Mrs. I Wool. Call Bem.ent", Road Starke.
Tuesday of Mr. and :Mrs:\ E. L. --- -
Exchange Matthews. Mis. T. N. Limbnugh and Mrs. i i It
:: J. D. Doyle spent Sunday in : .- -- BANANASs.25c
C. Stlth and children of Jacksonville .
.1 U ; Jacksonville with Mr. Doyle whoIs FOR SALE-- Sow and I ten Hhotes.
in business there. Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Jacksonville i' were guests Wednesday of I Cecil Crawford, Rt. 1, Law ley.Itp .
1.lIk., ( it) ltd. & Kdftenood Ave. employed Mrs. Stith'a parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
\uctiun ..1r..tIonday: EachMonth Is here spending her vaca- l ,
1 rt\ate Sales Every Day Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. W. B. | ton with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. | H. L. Brownlee. I
:MAN:\ WANTED for Rawleigh
1 Kring \in whet you have to offer after- I Leasten Wynn. -- -- -
Mundy spent Wednesday Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters Route of Will fnmllle. non! nrof. 10 ;
-- -- -
coon: la:: Gainesville. (i Its for htidtler We train and
L. A. Rennolds of Richmond, Va. i Miss Mary and little Madge help

NAT SEZ I and Mrs T. B. Barrow of Boston, (I Brownlee returned to their home YOIl.Vrlte today. Rawl..igh's.D .
: : t. F A I r,223.SA2 ::
I Ga., were guests last week of Mrs. after a visit in Jacksonville with e \\I Memphis
.1. A. i the Rev. and Mrs. :M. C Stith. I Tenn. 6-13-318-27

It nin't no Kin to run when you I I Rennolds- ------. : ----- 1 1I r

are awed and It ain't no use try- Mr and Mrs L. A. Rennolds and i I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman I' Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. S. P. t FLOft.LJAHIGHLIGHTS hI' hNNF1# ffll./MW
::\Mrs T. B. Barrow spent", a few
I __ .., .. ,, ...
f mt n L..nr
when know i ywttKi MM >f
lag to l tool yourself yon i I days: last week in Leefburg sndCrJ."tnl Vandlvlere are spending a week in I

4 all the relatives.I Miami and other interesting points .
joii're Hiked. I c-an't wear Beach visiting .
In South Florida. ,.\ .
I -' -----
Hummer drew.. that I hors on the I ea (
--- -
Miss Maxine Xoegel returned to u r ,
loos- .\ little( I Miss Hazel Thomas will retain .,
racks IiO I'm rutting her home Sunday after spending a : .,
I 0 I: /< T O6 ''V <
weeks' vacation In Gaines- tomorrow from Apopka where she .1 .
two .
change Hill so a long wnxs at our : and'Cedar has spent tliice weeks with her", uncle ._- ?. VE.NUJ. vC ; :
villa Tampa. Keys.Mts. I I ..... i
August t lean-l'p Sale Hit on and aiiFit Mr. and Mrs H. ft.Howanl. I II 'f. '

L. A. Rennolds and Mrs. T. 'I .: I II
around here "fore It'. too late. f:
I ---- ------
B. Barrow visited friends In Ocala
j Daytona Beach and Pajatka Sun- i I Mrs. G W. Alderman had as recent :I ,. ;"
guests Mrs. D. 1':. Hurrell!! of '.
day. .
I: Jacksonville Mrs. J .L. Loadholts i i iI

1 returned to and Miss Natnlee", Jones of Lake
Mr. T. B. Barrow !I

Turn Full-Fashionexl Silk 8-Ounre FeatherTicking 'i I' her home In Boston Ga. Monday i[ Butler_ ._ _________ I II I
23c I after spending some time here as
59c 1 Mrs. It. S. Fernandez Mrs Walter !
Hosiery : the guest of :Mrs.:\ L. A. RennoKls.I I| I
I I I| Baker of Foley, Miss Isazel

I Mrs. Nat Williams Mrs. L. S. Fernandez Fay and Mary Alice .

Hutto, Tillman Hutto and Sharon Yarbrough turned Thursday" I
from a two weeks stay at Daytona
'Hall were In Jacksonville Wednesday ,
R\\OS 8 91.A8 ValueWash Bench ,
I +
morning. ._ .. "
Satin I
$129 I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. !
98 Lloyd
Slips Frocks }ll's. Sam Anderson and daughter
40 for aweek's i Dyal of Ftrooker will regret to \
Janet left Saturday .
relatives In Rome (learn that their two year old '110
I visit with ,
.'daughter, Jacqueline is seriously
Gv ,
idi i in St. Vincent's) Hospital in I
I I I $ <

Hurry 1f3--i Lots Miss several' Madge days Middleton this, week is at spending Jack-" I Jacksonville__ .____.___ IS R 4.. 1, k r : t ,#I

the of Mr. I Mr. and, Mrs. H. C. Richard of CP-ASS s1'w :$)( 1
: tJf Of sonville Beach as guest I
Folks) ... Pitlatka and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. I 'iir' : It
Abbott. ;
\., and Mrs. Lloyd A. 'Y.4 1.M1$ AND t
Gaskina and< children. Perse, Jr., ,
To .. Good Mr. and Mrs. J.: L. Warren of and) Virginia of Jacksonville are I f

Pompano were guests Monday and I I' occupying the Bcnnc cottage at y, eNr11l t, ,.

Our Buys Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. ,V. E. Kingsley Lake for a week.L. : A, I ';
August Still Middleton. I IMr. i O. Hazen supervisor of theResettlement i

1 _, ::\ and Mrs. John Kinlaw and : Administration in t, "" AP' < '
On : this district, is now on his vaca-
Clean..Up children have returned to their : <
\ home be e. after an extended visitin tion. He stated he would be.in his j 1: O"'fnnP \P

Hand .t Jacdisonv111e.'s .?..** : office at the City Hall Saturday! \S 58,666 SQ.MI .

Sale .. ___ 'a r morning. -J,t ,
:- _
% Mrs. W. A. Coley snd Miss Lois t '
( Colley left Wednesday to spend Mr. and Mra. R, C. Buford had 7'

i iI several weeks In Florenre Villa as guests Sunday Misses Addle and | ,
Rosa Baixilen and Ted and Don
,,1thofr.:: and Mrs. Drayton Colley. .
I "1.fO".'" 20\40, ..- -- -- Stilley, all of Jacksonville. The .

Overalls 19c Joe Truby has returned from a guests were accompanied home by f

''f!.",. Value $149TfI ). month's visit in ndersonvllle. N. Mrs. Alice Jones who will spend I
weeks with them.
I C. with his brother-in-law and SIS-

ter. Mr. and :Mrs.:\ J. \.... KilHan. ( ) : 9r
r ----a
Mrs. J. T Guy and daughter,

Box the guest of I! MHs :Miriam: of Hampton and _.
, Mrs. F. H. war Fisheries
""mnaf'r Hlxft'J 1 her aunt :l.frs.V.. T. Hill! In Jacksonville guest Mis4 Betty Jo Frazier of abundance of other edible cordinjr to the U. S. Bureau of ,
1l Saturday Oakland Pirk ond MlastH: Edna Due to the 5,000,000 pounds are produced annually
Thursday through South has long over
TrousersOC Sheet $1.09IT of last week. | Pearce, and Dot Bishop were visitors Florida Fish, value and beinz shipped mostly to middle western

Limit ((2)) -. --- ---- I to Jacksonville Thursday.\ overlooked the real nutritive: sections where this food fish is extremely
Fresh Water Catfish.
of the
-- -- -- taste
L. A. Rennolds returned to I delectable

Richmond, Va. Friday after spending "rr. and Mrs W H. Hart and I The Impression that the Catfish ia shipped popular.The LIMEQUAT is a very Interestingmember

several days here last week. :Mr.: and, Mrs T. Frank Landrum to other sections and sold a.I salmon is a Citrus family. It has a i
PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Sunday afternoon wltb T K. tremendous
accompanied as spent realize the
Mr. Rennolds was
Few people It is very '
fallacy acid-like pulp.
far as Jacksonville by Mrs. Ren- McCIone, Jr., who Is recuperatingfrom in the FLORIDA rind and
Florida.BR.DFORO .
nolda and her house guest, ::\1,.. T. a recent operation In a paIl j proportions WATER CATFISH indu. '1. Ac- hardy and grows well In southern

l latka hospital. I nEBS ,
B. Barrow., ---


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Dili. Vrra Con*"pondenl Dorothy ,
',Ira. Bryan UhltKclJ; Cor. sap, / orr '1''ndl'IILMr '

t t'f Mr. and Mrs. W A, Kelsey and f Brooker Stunt Night' and Mrs. M F .1'' '

FARMERS SECTION their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Kill- LIVE ST TE NEWS II The Brooker p, T. A. Is sponsor- and Mrs. Rudolph t' Mr
An Ml. and Mrs "'
ingsworth and little Kathryn Kll- Ing a "Stunt Night" program at O. W A' \"Pt-D

lingsworth atended the wedding the Brooker school building to- Sunday In Mori'iston vast t
' News of i ie Short PnragraphsOUNO 't
'f 1 Conducted by Demonstration Agents anniversary celebration of Mr. Kel- night: August 20. Stunts of var- Mr. and Mrs J. A *

I sey's brother, \\ T. Kelsey, at II ious kinds will be performed by as. their guests this .\'. rate"

Lake Weir Sunday. It was also the both young and old. Boiled peanutsand nett's mother slAte "'
i .....41 of the
Adel Ga.
will be sold. Everybodycome. ,
t ..- -- - birthday of Mr. W. T. Kelsey and candy
!t.s.V.. A. Kelsey artistically dec- Admission! will be five and I Miss Dorothy Sap ,
: I Weekend in BrookE
orated a cake for this occasion the ten cents. I '
P RURAL Hints To Hou.ewire motif being mainly pink and yellow DAYTONA BEACH Four per- MIAMIJuvenile Judge Welter sin, Hairy Sapp :*".
i roses. Forty-eight membersof sons lost their lives when an East- H. Beckham ruled a ttefi-year-- I Wayne Hazen of Jrt ,

COMMON SENSE Weekly" from Home Dcmenstrs. the Kelsey family participated ern Air Lines transport plane cata- old Sunday School teacher Was ai I Alaand Mrs L R Galney and visiting his gl'ltndpan. 1e il

Tallahassee in the reunion enjoying a sumptuous pulted into a power line pole and "delinquent child" became she :,1., and Mrs R1.. Gainey and Mrs G. \\'. Andrews *""i

By SPUDS JOHNSON Uon Spa"clallsta.' repast at the lake. Swimming crashed to the ground. helped her parents serve beer at ai I I daughter, Eloise, spent Sunday at F. N. Andrews .,, I"dB'-' :

rl and reminiscences afforded enter- .- -.- --- barbecue stand. lie teleajvd her Kingsley Lake as guests of Mr Max Andrews of Jack't\ '
FARMERS LE.\ltS METHODSOF HOME: DECORATION and Mrs. A. B. And childrenand win
tainment throughout the day. LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE. Into the parents' custody pit their I visiting here last week

IMPROVING BfSINESSAT : There Is no reason why we promise she would not be permit Mr and Mis. L A, Mintz and Jack Sapp of Biooki- ,
DADE CITY The saying
STATION FIELD OYS should not be able to solve our average Mr. and Mrs; : :J.: A Bouvler Jr., that hits twice in ted to serve beer again. Their I daughter of Jacksonville who were day and Monday here' ",, un..
lightning never
;' considered 1 decorating problems, but It and daughter, Betty, and Marshal In stand adjoins their home. BecKham spending two weeks at the lake. rents. aFt
-p The field day now the same place was disproved
by workers of the State Experiment can be done only by having a clear Bouvier of :Miami arrived Tues the electrical storms of last Sunday is campaigning against the em- : Mr. and Mrs R. B. Raulersonand I Mrs M. F. Wlggir,

Station and the State Agricultural vision of the sources and influencesthat day for a week's visit with Mr. and afternoon when the home of ployment of girls under 17 f't bars children, Nadine and Kath- I Marion Snpp were visi" its
the symbols, motifs! Mrs. J A. Bouvier, Sr.. who also intoxicants. l let
Extension Service us one produced Bethel McMullen on the River and stands selling leen, and Mrs. S. M. Mott spent ter's sister, Mrs Rm '
and forms that, taken together, express had as their guests Sunday their last week In Okeechobee with """ 01
effective of giving struck Lake Butler, )
V of the most ways road east of town, was Friday
t the Florida farmer Informa- a definite idea. There Is no son-in-law. C'I'IIJcRae of Macintosh twice in the course of five minutes. RO\RD :MEMBERS: RlTALLAHASSEE :-W-i: friends and relatives Mrs. Oden Thomas; M',
arrive at this understanding and Mis. Bouvier's brother, J. "
tion about his business and influencing way to but A number of window panes were -.-Gov. fc'\'etl P Mrs H. B. Crosby and Wilson for Dunnellon when. at

l him to improve ,ItWoikers except through history to our P. Richardson of Tampa. broken, and the fuses blown on the Cone selected successors \C: two Conerly of Okeechobee spent pert ,7i'p i a position

+ of th se two agencleb rie: a house has become of the Mr. and Mrs. E J. Yarboroughand radio and electric lights Liberty County school board members ,, of this week here as guests of her Mr. I...- ll""r j I. A u 'lieD'
have seen d I f.r..e and progressive minds the visible it, it Is not children left Sunday to spend n _____ __A r -_ who resigned during11t1 investigation 'I sinter, Miss Mary Mott and his Monday In Jachv.nvm. .
times fal:: produced their vacations with Mr. Yathorough's mother Mrs. A, B. Mrs M. F. ..
owned men of Surrency. a
i r results on I arms by difficult to assemble the furnish- CANAL ('O'.II'I.ETEDJACKSONVILLE : purported "patronage ju, .
who have ttendcd field days. They of like chaiacter. We know mother In Daytona. The U. S. engineers contracts" controlling appointment Sir and Mrs. H. H. Blount nnd Dorothy Sapp spent fler
have a'wo heard these same farmers ings the house and Miss Irene Johns of Sanderson of teachers and bus drivers Counsel Mr. Veinnn Blount Mr and Mrs.G. noun In Starke.
like announced
":- > say that the I Improvements why then we why want we ti live in It, and we spent several days with Mr. and pletion of office the here Okeechobee Cross com- for five teachers who sought reinstatement ') L. I'lltchard and grandson. Wil- ,, Hogan Smith 11| ,\ '?.lr-
:Mrs. t'liiiide Johns during pastweek.
made after had obtained charging bur McDonald all of und M. J. Sapp wet
were they of Its they were Greensboro, ;1SJ
ready to make use sym- Florida canal The 145-mile longproject
r Mrs Johns
at flleld Thursday! accompanied ousted because of the Subtracts tois to Gainesville :MurMl
icleus from day progiams. attributes to express our started about five j I came Thursday night. Mr.
pathetic years
Miss Johns to her home .
'+ Field days are held periodically week when said their mandamus in Circuit: I and Mrs. Pritchard and Wilbur lemalntJ '. and Mis. J. A. n act
Individuality.To was finished this
at the Main Experiment Station being her guest for the day ago court here probably would not be I Ipushf'd here for a visit with their family attended a pica King!.
this comfortable understanding the last work was done on Or-
to Orchard -
of Crab
come Mrs. E C, Poynter
branch stations ley Lake Sunday
in Gainesville and l at further : son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ,
l,1t1 of all rearrange tona lock. It Is one of six built
must first
we son-ln-law l
Ky.'ls her
In various sections of the visiting --_.-.------.... Mrs H. B. Crosby while the lest Dave Richard of L Ewt
ttate Experimental work being the order: of our thought. and daughter, Mr. anJ Mrs. L. O. along the waterway to Okeechobee. maintainthe EXCESSU: : INTEREST: l(:\TICS I went on to Miami on a visit. was visiting his slstt'l'1, y rlru,
the stuff that dreamsare water level of Luke -
' Details are
done with cattle, hogs, sheep, cit Sheffield. I ORLANDOClaiming that two :\11'. and Mrs. W D. Webb and Sapp Thursday afteino
canal connects Punta
made of and, we shall have to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardand The : Miss
I Bonnie
, and various other Is Turns ,
kf crops ,
rus, attendIng come to them in time, but they are children, Jacqueline and Richard i Rasa on the gulf and St. Lucie inlet Orlando personal 1 loan coiVikbahlea children are spending several days home after turne
shown and explained to the Sunday .
are charging Interest at rates j| at Jacksonville Beach. lip mg M(
to be considered, on the Atlantic Nearly $20-
the last things
' returned home Monday after
for eral weeks In
d ideas
. farmers to give them which reach as high as 2,0 Mr. and Mrs. L B. and Vidal .f. wn(,
its construc-
<*; ;+ on their not the first, for their selection Is spending their vacation with rela- 000,000 was spent-in percent Crosby Mr and Mrs. Cailyri

u farms.making Workers improvements of the Extension merely the final I step in a previously tives in Quincy, Havana and Tal- tion. Orlando City Council rap- children spent Sunday in Lake Butler -*- :
f considered and clearly conceived pealed to County Solicitor Raymond us guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
lahassee. ----- ---- The first wire
l Service discuss and the the factots Experiment of great Station plan. So, for the time being, Mr. and Mrs. A F. Sauls of ENDORSES RIOOI TESTING O. Ellars to proceed tit once I Dukes. In the U. S. was sold lenclni.in ..:4 ticy! *

f est Importance to farming and endeavor we will put Interior decoration, in Starke and their daughter, Mrs. TALLAHASSEEStatefinanc-I to suppres them. The nctlcl: was I' We are very glad to hear that -.-

to solve the problems confronting i the popular sense, at the tall end of Fenella Prather of Los Angeles, ed blood tests for Florida school brought to the council's attention"< Alph Hazen has been appointed to Benny Friedman, moet

the farmer I the procession where It belongs Calif, were guests! of Mr and Mrs.J. children In a campaign against while it was discussing HI Listweek's a position as Beverage Inspector.He passing star of grUlirw n: ha

4 The field day Is an ideal combination After all, It Is--or should bethe F. Shaw Friday.Mi. syphilis won the endorsement of I decision that all city em i is now in Jacksonville taking been reappointed City allege o!
servant of ideas, not the dic- ployes face Immediate dismissal If two weeks
i for advancing reasons for our and Mrs. J. F, Shaw and Governor Fred P. Cone. The gov- training New York coach
tator of them. they refuse to pay their bills.! |
: better agriculture. Farmers see Mrs. Shaw's sister Miss Eleanor ernor offered his backing for a A _

:iflf actual results of experiments and To get our thoughts In order so Conner of Starke spent the past proposal by Dr. W. H. Spiers of FIGHT- -SLOT- \CHIN oJ K.-t

trial plantings and they hear clear I that they will march along smoothly week-end In Jacksonville Orlando, president-elect! of the

r ., explanations ,of what these men from point to point we will hat Mrs. J. E. Townsend Is visiting Florida Medical Association, to MIAMI The Federal !government / WHAT

r and how they are accomplished ask! ourselves two questions Why relatives in Palutka. seek funds from the 1939! legisla- employing drastic ftN thods:

r h from Extension and Experiment do we decorate? What do we Friends sympathize with Mr. ture for the examinations. "I to collect $$155,661.72 In overdue income -

r, t Station specialists and research mean by beauty? These! questionsare and Mrs. A, A. Jordan who were think It's a fine suggestion," said taxes, seized the bunk ficponj:! I j i

men. .so simple and obvious that we called to Chancellor, Ala, Monday Governor Cone, "and I'll do every- Its of twenty slot machine operators \ -

In addition to what they see and are apt to assume that they have because of the death of Mr, Jordan thing I can to help It" in this area Thursday, The IS YOUR

the things they hear from the been already answered and start on 's grandmother. .. -- action came: soon after th@ U. S.

workers of the two agencies, the the study of decoitlon without the 711 r. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell haveas (IIKVrKK': U'III IK: SUED Department of Internal Revenuehad I I

farmers get the opportunity to talk; foundation upon which the whole I heir guests Jlr Caldwell's un- TALLAHASSEE- Supreme Announced at Jacksonville It

;." with each other about farming. subject rents ;11'! R. A. Caldwell and Mrs. Caldwell Court stayed the execution of was opening a statewide campaign

Many a good l tip on agricultural( They tell us, those who are not of Battle Creek' Mich, and Chester White, net for this weekin collect about $500,000 i 1-i baC'k.. S

t r !Improvement has been received by ns Intel-ested In decoration as wean :\11', and 11I's.V.. W. West of Toledo the electric chair at Riiford. taxes from Florida operatoi

,:' farmers, from their fellows at these that man's first use of fire Ohio. Mr. and Mis. Will, Mc- The court Issued a wilt of habeas '--- --.- -..,

.' ." events. marked the dawn of his soul, but, Cehee and their daughters Misses Corpus, directing Prison Supt. L. Jl IHiE WAS PE.\'Y

n Held during the period from after all, animals are pretty cleer $- Maude and Vivian, were dinner F. Chapmnn to produce White MIAMI BEACH -- Leon Sears I 4f111

early spring to fall, field days have ton, at contrivances to insure guests of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell whose attorneys are seeking to 29, negro, came before Municipal I'

6 become major events on the calen- comfort. We think the man who Monday en route from their home'n force commutation of his sentence Judge Otto C Stegenunn on a

& dar of the Experiment Station and daubed the story of the hunt on the Oc.ili: to Fernand Ina. to life imprisonment. An order charge of driving while Intoxicat:

Extension Service. All farmers are walls of his have took the first step Mrs. Lloyd Cleveland of Lake also was issued delaying ed. It developed that Sean was S

i invited. to attend them. up the long hill From that day on, Hutler spent Monday with Mr. and White's execution until oral arguments the Judge's gardener, that it wag YOU WILL PINT)
I'' Mrs. K. C. Drew the judge's car he had been
Increasing attendance at Held as far back as history takes us, we are heard< on the writ, probably I3flvlrtl
-- -. without consent iind--worse I'tIIl
days and steady improvements re- see mankind unceasingly concerned -
after the court's recess ends
'tae :SEMINOLES;: ; IN sr\TK the
ulting from thorn show unmi.stak- with this business of uelf-ex- August 31. automobile had been dOJf\aJe;

1 bly that they are very much ptenfllon. It takes other forms Indian
woithwMle.: The farmer who t than decoration, to be sure, but HOVS) DIE IV I'ITIIAMI I twenty-five days on failure to: paya Pp a '
a report filed with the InteriorViaitimnt E'y
fine riCiaj- ;
wishes to improve his business does none so old HO intimate and so univei.sul I. of $50 and costs. jtoxy Tfea tt
by )F. J. Scott, super-' Two young sons of an I
4 not fail to attend them. a.4 these alone -
chipping nUn,lent of Indian Affairs here interior decorator were drowned in I TOOK G.MtB.V -.---.___._ -\l:lat t c.iO-thinl, known as the Cow a water-filled lock pit here. Five- I Ae
"- -'-"--'-'-'-'-" -'-'-"--"' JACKSONVILLE--This bIJ.irtels,
Creek group, live north and east of year old Mickey Roeber saw his of collecting!,: garbage has its sreuieutPSW

: BEASLEY'S SERVSTi Luke Okeechobee and at Dunia bl'other'llbul'\ 13, and Royal, 11, ards, too. Consider the exp ( haz-I I p

; Tho remainder, known as the Big walk off a ledge Into deep water of several members of J acksofl.vme's Yu

Cypress Indians, live in Miami and while they were wading Mickeyran
a z I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS along the Tamiaml Trail to theWest to his mother, crying: "The have turned sanitary up recently department with.kuUly l: who I a A..iM geUa tot7 td d aG ernsi Mot Ma fteui Joem' ;,

COlut.t kids are lost!!!" At first she paid no a
rc a cut hands and feet Stray razor to utun t. C-- i o ./ nrj hi
Q i.Yea '
ATLAS TIRES! TellESSU BATTERIES. OCR TIKES AND I attention, thinking he had said blades thrown in with 0 F1o tt G Milarint 5Sfe M csr-j

BATTERIES ARC:: ('SCOSDITIOS'LI.011AUASTEED: t these triict'Hes and designs that "the kittens are lost," and that the they Hiiid, were to gartJage/ G Mddl'1idurl r' 1 Vac #> c' 2: ,
'ctved nr practical end older / Maum / Yrr. -
1 purpose boys were playing a' prank t I
FOR ONE YEAR: AND 18 MONTHS. Health Commissioner P. 0 uud ::
t U.t'HING can be cxpl.lined only as an en- on him. Finally convinced some has tad 1 pM+l Yr- : ;;;; : Y,
-W AMNG-GREASING A Specialty the city'a shavers to be WfeS t
Jenvor to release the spiiit Into thing was amiss, she enlisted the more careful In the future anal te-I d pp0undt jap.tln ,Yo1 j Yen

I visible fot'm. aid of a neighbor, who recoveredone train from casting their old p Patents Mro t.eetty1' f.7 Ilraoau' Noa it je -' 1 Yr,
FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 I We believe then, that decoration of the bodies A convict from in garbage receptacles I rytAndaMjelert .. i. Q PouNlA Aor( r,

m the instinctive outpouring of the nearby camp brought the otherto I ::3 pturieS jYitlr P) rridun. a----1 Yr,
\ '
ry : 'Knm'T Our Prices FL\. :MOTOR i spirit. We ale nil bound to do it, the bank. 0 -'---- Ya Shod,aria, ear aq---- .1 Yr,
EASV PAYMENT: l'O1.L'r.tx! NOT UtI't\IJI:: : 'ft. b 1
USES AGENTrcv vulgar and graceful! alike, and the .- Wo5.ny tReeJoi ''c
I I'LAN ON TIKES t Thumbing through Florida sews- ,
.oimlhi-sc t \l-srtf-2. __
visible ,
expressions The speed at which sensationsare \ .
Are Right papers, we + .I p1,
) & BATTERIES CONWAY t I' take depends) entirely on the quality transmitted along our nervesIs the statement occasionally run I\ ross

,.. ..----.----.-------.--,--..--.- 0 of the spirit behind it. about 100 feet a second.WHATWHERE Legislature that the F''rllllli' I
"repealed the poll
tax: It hasn't. The LegisUtuiol! ; I ,GET WH/1T YOU WANT- PAY FOR WHAT

i passed .1 law repealing the bfovl- c orrtB NO. 1 OFFER MO. I

i sirs which made pjvment Of the i This N.W.PCP.IY.J All II.... AI" Tat
'pOll tix a For Only Thl. N.wpapu, I Yr.I II, OnMaqoilaM .
prerequisite to .
v;)Ung. }
Cut:: every citizen of Florida be'' 6; jssresss B $2 10 3 tram Group l\A f C.1 O>1.ilfl

twren flu age of 21 and :55" os; a'' )

WHY I poll tax of *1 a year, whether he
votes or not. OFFER NO. 2 orrzn NO. 4
I This N.w.pop.r. J Y,. All Pour nl.i N.wipop.f, 1 Yf.\ Ai. SUMaoavlna \
Now that the tax Is no longer npr 2 Ida 9 azin.s To. Only I 7i( Oat '
r, "atslte for voting--whictt: ham Group g } 2 teem Group M >C CAMaaaiinti :
M""la. .25 'v
should $2 m ( V /
never have been- -the problem 1 horn Croup J 3 bOlD Group D JISNEW.PAPER C.1
of collection becomes AcUte
Itr-' .
Previously there _
was no machinery < ;NE YtR ANT)
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ...r- for Collecting/ the m. tax.._._ frnm .Mti...''on.. (
-- ---, -- who chose not to vote, though their'" I 3 Am."...* Boy _... 12.00 3 Mod... M.ebanla. ; 4 |,..0a.n1139!
PLUM KING American Fruit Giow.._ .... ._ 1C0
was due, under the law, whethcr American Macjcnino IJiS Op.a (loadaP Boy.. i Tre-. j00
-.-..- ---- I -- I they voted or not. But sots Homo. and Gar"..._ 1.00 Oppartanlly' Magailn. _
LET r s onE lI'OI'U PL' MUI.SO TWO FOR ONE SALE nobody/ BrMdu'f Oamt. _____ J.70 Par.atg* Maqoiln
Johns i : TRV25c O-R paid It unless he had to, capp.Y. start. wohlylPhyilcal liD
Wainwright A THOROUGH IlOI'*ECLEANING Purchase One! Pint and nobody I 1,71 Pallillador ( 9aSChrl.uaa
.lOHNSON'S! OU-<'O.-\T I Is going to pay it now unless Child UI. LIS CuJ"" II

IVil.: K.\Nf-n AGENCY: PLATE FLOOR POLISH 75e Pint \ some machinery Is devlsetj for ,, CaUUti WxUr Horald 1.50.,SO PIctorial P"OloplG1'R.. .... --S9:

All *pea of (n ur..n..C''Itb J. L. Simmons !Self Polishing collecting it. Country Horn*. i T... J.71 Papula Mechanic. II

Old Reliable Oompanle Plumber BUY ONE- GET ONE FREE I II The new law goes into effect DollnalofDM. Poultry fovno Las 1.71 Popolar Sadie If.Science.. Wchnical. Monihiy)_- -211 US

LUNCH next January. The earn lonrmal. t ,...- 1.10 Rcdboali Ma,o Ui. _
Bradford Hdw. Co. tax can,, of 105
flold ..
---- end 1.11 ..ri.w. el B l.w
BOTTLING COMPANIES DRUGGISTS J. B. CARLISLE course, be collected from the pay ftow. i Grower __ I..' 5enrdend 203
IM Owner of city and Ham Arto-NMdlKroi J.O ......a flay .. are
..... tvmmtmmWE Chicken Dinners that county employes, but Ho... and Card**. .... 1U".. *cra..
UK INK would be unfair if the rest of HoaMhold M". DenmarkFurniture i
ARE the Llbooty W..biy .iwevHtal. Tatmtml '
population is 1.10 -
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Sundays to be permuted( ut.raq 1)1.... "SO Tra glory Na......__ III
to 110
Co. escape. It could be made a pre IleGl I Ma,ulM LOG W_'* World -
ORANGE I requisite for homestead exemption

(t'fJ i/E Mitchell's)) Drug Store n'erl' Receiving New Spring i lor perhaps lumped with the gei\ rai I w a. I

BLOSSOM CAFE Stock E\ery; Day Be Sure to property tax. It might even be!
Quick Dependable Service See It Before You Buy collected from
1i In -terIllL.,1 Bottles I employed persons'
CAFESA as a lien against their salaries! Gentlemen I II
The I'au+.e That It"rt.belt: What You Want ELECTRICATCONTRACTOR But none of these methods Is
table 4ul / enclose I for witch plead ,enl! rn1U I
so long as a large part of the
GOOD PLACE TO public escapes the tax. I the magiiinei I hays checked, together v"tb' Iyur'

An lid In tile AS FIATISIIEtEWH1" : -- You Can Find The Legislature 1 lubicrtptton to :year newspaper I
MEET yotTl FRENRS which des
Clu....lfiea Section will brine / EXPERT MIRING AT rv ell!

quirk nutIsf.ting ......uu... For an)'. In This Corner REASONABLE.' AN"WBJRJ'r PRICES provision commendation for repealing the 1 I
: which made the poll fa* ream.
thing| you ul
nil ad l In the WHATHKKE O. J. PHILLIPS have either repealed toe should Strut or R. P. D -
.. tax Altogether I
\\ In' Claxklrlid (.. ..flon. Telephone.r READ THE ADS
HARTMAN, Prop. LAW TEY or set up other machinery '
bring your ad to the TelegraphTODAY. '
for its collection. St. Town and State
Independent. Feter hi"re --J

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' 'NT 2(). 1931
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iliha,: clllltCIl DIRECTORY: ..", I once In an attempt to obtain a I House The news of his vindication ed for minutes until : very old I TRAIN hCHiiLLE H

BU>TIST ClIfBCH \ ON EL specimen of his handwriting for : had preceded him. and upon member named O Bneu wits hoisted Our schedule changes April 23th

FIKyT ('. II. Frlci, Pastor .1'11"-r- I' 't' ,' I you to copy." i his entry into the legislative hall, upon a table to speak to them. and trains will run as follows.

r, /Ret School I 10 0 clock a. m, r ., "I never wrote to him." Mi Gladstone got to his feet and "Mr Parnell, sir Charles as Southbound II
gunosv.: ;I I !)' n''lIZ"D'' a"OM,TIE: .'"' ", I I "Very well. Would you look at I addressed the Speaker the oldest member of the Irish No. 1-Due Starke n 1 .I Pit :
dqt mad i, Supt. 'f cli.9Mfuyt..1 ", sin,.. 9ITt4
qtI J. flit{ \\'orjhlp. 11 a. m. /U ... ,:,{ this letter Mr. Pigott" ":'il'. Speaker, sir. I feel sure I Party, whose father fought with No. 15- Due Stat kn i :5T: P :81. ,

qte llornia4'a +i' meets at 6,30: p. m. I 4zLEQ BUS w. }' LL; .x1b. : ":\lt3': 1 see that letter *" asked I '!\I.lbe\ permittel to expies the Robert Emmttt all my life I've No. 107Due Sttrke 9 19 A..IL .

8 ,sang"orshlp y 8.00 p. m. the Attol'n..y-General. ns. of this! House in welcomingLmik dreamed and waited for" this day. It No. 191-Due Staiku 10 39 PM:

; Meeting. 'Vednes- "One moment I am putting it I the honorable member for has been long In coming almost Northbound
Sichel's white beard While he was being ..
S. 1 HI\ 'NOI'MS 1 ; into evidence" After the witness hill vindication too long for me Now I can say,
3m.lid.u : Brought t asked! the usual questions by the I| Cork lifter No. 2--Due Starke :5 :00 A.:M
v,7 -k Prayer service Wed- liy. her est-augrd l husband I Attorney-General an attendant had been given nn opportunity to No more of his speech could be 'l.ol'I..ttellt! : Thou Thy servant depart No 1& Due Starke 11 ':21 AM:

a ) <0''> p. m. help>> hit I Hilltical I ambitious Pa I nell and whispered approachevt see the letter, it was passed to thesecretary I heard above the cheering of members in pence, for mine eyes! have No. 108--Due Starke' 3.00 Pit

I. .la) Kettle, O'Slifii: and ('hiirlen Mtew.art I that there 1lad outside of the court who In turn an,1'I"ltorll alike. The hole seen the> glolY Emotion overcame Starke and \ViimrItrunch'
was who
"tTIIOIiT'IIl': ) !RCH I'urnell. lender of the wished to see him on a matter she handed It up to Their Lordships House arose to its feet and gave him and he was helped down No. 101-Leaves Starka. 7IJU: A .u.

r It,,t \\. A. FlHher. FasterSuns NutlonullMt cuuite, full In lute.When I said was important. Sir Churles resumed his question I the Impassive Irish leader a tumul- from the table weeping tears of No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. an. ,'

1 School -10 a. m.torn I'arnell Is taken 111 ing. tuous reception. The demonstration joy. Daily except Hunaivs! :

1w i i 110 Woishlp-11 a. niEpw'i hin return from Irelundhei' Katie O'Shea breathlessly thrust I "Now. Mr. Pigott do you recognize did not cease until Painell, Returning to Katie;: P' rnell T. J. GRIFFIX.
1re } letter Into
p his
,tu League-7:15 p. m. lie h'IIM'd to quell the \ 1"1"c' hands as Parnellcame that letter ?" after a grave bow of \\ lodgment /< founds tears in her eyes.; """ 'hy.

Worship-8 p. m. following I he PhornU: \ out of the court room "Read "1 think I have seen it before." turned to leave The doors Katie, what are you crying for ?"

Evening Pray: ,' meeting Wednesday at niiirdern to fare a << .. [ this! I found It' in your desk!" I "Is It In your writing ?" were thrown open as he approached ".'ur happiness for prldi In you! At Your Service

myou" before a commission of "What Is It ? I "I believe It Is." them surrounded by the Irish Charles, to see someone us happyas I

1 V un-Ited to aU these serv- IloiiM of Coniinonii of conipllrit "Read it!" "Believe ? Don't you know ? members who began Hinging the that old man who's wanted I

,5. > In IlioHirrlinen.. "Ir.. l Parnell rend: "Honored SIr: I Come. Mr.\ PlRott.! it Is in your Irish national anthem "Uod Save' something HO much us that It II

O'.xheit: taken. her Into her have some lieiilency in approaching hundwrlting? Yes or n,.." I Ireland," and kept on singing as makes! me feel so small und selfish

l I'r".b, urlan Church Pastor und nui-Hfi him buck to health.C you again ""'dl, then yes" Pigott they climbed the stairs to committee I and terribly humble that I've been I

ReV .rge H. Lowry "You HOC he misspells: hesitancy' moistened his dry lips room 13. Purnell Instructed allowed to see it have a pail In I a I II

SUDla', Services: !" said Katie.F'arneil's: "Good. This Is one icument we I Ciivttt to let him know when all ,, It "

1000 m. Sabbath School eyes fled.' to the signature both regard as genuine Read it the members had! assembled!, and, "Mote thin a pint Katie All

11.00 m. Morning Worship. hapter SevernTHE on the letter. "I must show carefull. Mr. Pigott. Do you went Into his office where Katie that I'vo done! or ever shall do, is U\S\\ 1 AMFKICAN AM OlL.biBennett's I

4 30 in Young People's Vea- this to Sir Charles at once! 1 cnn't I I anything wrong with It ?" SI'1 O Shea awaited him. She went into yours." I r

"? Service.Sermonette. Pastor. I : TIU \I, wait to thank! you now. my dailiife. '''I "There Isn t anything wrong !,I his aims with joyful abandon. His words, ought renewed. \ Servo Sta'! '
,; + by ." I "Charles It's wonderful'! I way humbler
1'1'1 !, with It 1 1i I I I h'III's. "That makes m AM) I.I M'll 111)0)1Don't
SIlJAe, K Service: Charles Stewart I'aincll sat Sir Charles rtusell\ was cro" -exnnnining i "My Lords, ," said Sir Charles "I there In the Hou.se I heard thorn : si 1111."
7.30 D m Mission Study. I I the table with his counsel : cheer \\hut did it feel like ? I
Service. Plfiott when Patnelt re- ;1 would! like to point out a somewhat you. "It's/ tine If this hid happened
8 30 n Prayer I Charles Russell In Probate tinned to the court room. "How remarkable! coincidence In What were you thinking of as you before I met '''II. 1 would Iriveproud

No. 1 In I the law couitsln ninth much did for lhe.e the letter attributed toMr. Hired there ?" Sentinelsof
8nsetlnnd,, Baptist>> ChuribKv you pay newspaper/ 'heeu I ndmit It. I am
I i. Ii.( llemlnirvvuy, la..tor I Strand while the editor of the. letteiH. Mr, I'fjrott ?" Cornell the word 'hesitancy' i ij 11I 'I' 'Nothing, except how strange It I: I'I'OlloJ and humble too. hilt withno I Health

SerV every SunJay Bible I > had: published' the "I didn't pay' for them, Sir I j misspelled 'e-n-c-y Now this let- was that none of It would have one to l bring It t... Now thne's ;

udy KI( "> a. m. Services at 3:30: I I connecting him with the Cluiles. They were paid for by acknowledged| I|: happened If you hadn't stayed' itt ;you and I I do bring it to you Kv: Nrpfrrl llirtn I

p clock in afternoon. I' was being the Irish Loyal and, Patriotic Un : I|I home to tidy my desk" erMhiriH; I'vo done. i.s yours' Nature d..Iln.d th. kidneys to rfn e
od by tl.- Attorney-Geneinl, Ion"" 1 I I "On such I things hung the des- m.rv.I.u lob Thlrmk' \ U keep> tbflowtnc '
Honored! Sir: I have some hesitency "1 thought ;you did not want binod.tr.a n (Ir.. of;.n *nr Na nf
BETIIK.L! 1HPTIST CIltHCHK.V Richard Webster. Painell in again 1 1an,1 i llnies of great men! she exclulm- tone, impuritlmi. 1'h. art of Ii.lnr-Io/>*
"For which( you were acting/: as approaching you me to g.e' on crying; :, .she SUIII'I I i .
ittl/- t. coMfttantly imrluHng wit.muter
L. A. Donnley Pastor nnlcly; tocl'iblel and drew on a an afer.t Did you receive a commission the word hesitancy Is misspelled ed. "..Vas that !leally nil you "llfie let me wipe your tho kidnov' mint| remove Iron
Services every first Sunday.Sun.l : of paper before him and listened in the same My thought of?" '" I tb* 1 MiH. >d II cnnii hfdHh )t. to ondum.Whin .
for doing so ? exactly way. awujVe must Rot along When the ktrtnvyt (ml'1 1O function mm
.y School 2:30: p. m. the editors testimony. "The laborer is worthy of his Lords when t opened tills case t "There wilts something ..I..esomething her tours hud reuxod to flow they I .Natur. 1 Int.ndo4 l th' rm. untlon rtiMt
and Prayer Services that may rau* ttnify-wld' dla
Bible "When you published! these hit e." bmiled the witness. said I hut I represented, the accused that happened before' I left the office togethrr.A Iraaa Ona may aulTar nattKlnc *b.rk.rh.,
Saturday: night went Into the House." j t : at t at ka nt dtttinaaa, ,
ivery tens was there any shadow "Quite Sl), Were you sent to meaning Mr. Painell. But with few minutes forwards! Cnp. .'Uni.nth.aa.hh. .wllln(, pufTtnaaavndvr 1 1
St ;\1..rI's Episcopal Church doubt In your mind that they Paris by the Union for the express the appearance of this letter, I any "Not more trouble ? She was Instantly tain O'Shea entered the committee | th. -f*'l &,....., ...,...... m& I
not written by Mr. Purnell?" a that the tables have: turned and anxious. and went to I I worn out
Morning prayer and Sermon one purpose of finding some such evidence room Campbell M'iu.nt.| scanty or "burning paaMnay
< s.-conJ and fourth Sundays at pd the AttorneyGeneral."No against Mi Parnell ?" now I represent the accuseis., The I "Quite the reverse. Could" you "I'd 1 like a word with Mr Par .t>U
1 a. ni. Holy Communion Saints Sir Richard. None." "I was." accused is this perspiring ahiverIng stand another triumph ? nell Th. nNi>.nlMd and .proMr Ir..lew1
..ays at 10 a. m. Litany and choir I "Did! you make any attempt "And you me In no way ashamed witness!" : "I'm not sure. "I m alrilil he's very busy' I..dlur.ltem.dicln.toh.Iplb.k/dn.s Et rM of MIMM. powmou: body j. ''Ithfl. I

TV-tire every Friday night at 7:30: test their authenticity ?" of yourself "Then perhaps I'd better keep "Tell him Captain O'Kheii. I ...DMU'I lorry |*i.to. ol. Th.y hv hJ =
ar ituhlle are
m. "I submitted them to a "No, Sir C'h.nles. I have no i 0 hiipter thht? ,it' He turned! from her, and instantly think hell nee m. | ...010_ iha y country 0'approval..'. lnal*( .a) !

i! wilting expert Mr. IngaU. His .loubt you have been attempting to I I she plucked! u litis sleeve.Cliurlea' Tho hvciftarv wont into the ...t.I "...'.. Sold at all duI .'0..*.

Christina Church 1 I j| \ 1:
Sorvit 's at the Christian Church 1i II DOAN SPILLS I

very Sunday morning and evening i I Mr. Justice! Day leaned. forward,

t eleven and seven o'clock' respecvely to still rJ"'II'1It t the, squirming I :

.witness "Is anything the mutter, I

/w F i Mi: '. Pigott ?" he enquired sweetly ( ,

kini!.ft'! I..ul l,e Baptist! C'hurth "I I'm not fe..lmvel'Y well : j' : :

Rev ti, an Bohimnan, Pastor f 1I :.10; Lord, It'" the heat I think.

PreiuMg services ever> fourth ( 'J have' not noticed the heat !Mr. !

unJay 10.30 o'clock A. M. l'Igotl 1 I Ie
;,, -- !<
'Jf your Lordships, would excuse
I mo pl ailed Pigntt in j pale thit ... ;.:l1 ", '

he seemed near! tUlOtlng"I would r. !I p le I tbt/::/' t'r''
., .
., ;;it1l" '
BOB JONES ] like to bo allowed to retire for a J
1 1h J '; :"': : ,, ::1 :...AJJ
moment'That : ..:::
: r
; tH
Comments On Here request does nut silt pi lap .,.. :! "' II'J.;
it I I r rI rI rIi )
Hereafter me." Mr Justice Day upptiiied\ to I ',! "
And Ii
take extreme 'I1j.ht.; In I this mt 1WiNOL1E :

aml-moust playing with PlKutt '

t Recently tl writer was preach- 'May I. My Lord ? A glass of I I I'

J-ig; on the uihjpct of the Judgment! water .und a breath of air perha J JACKSONVILLE

c' Ii \at'g'1en.alr\ audience )In A I |parr l

'e\\' Itr t' ,r The text was. .4 1 I"A breath of fog I think you r I CADNEn ANDREWS M....., t

Si 1 then one of you shall mean. Ml PiKOtt !However the tNJO/ SUMMER COMFORT .> ilitoiltnt ., '

'I\'e ar III' if himself to God: usher will take you out.sidi" fur five '.prnof held In th. bun ol downfowl. .
ltr1y J.c oon..lI. Ey will,, tub ..d
Parnellthtmeil room
I wa'n zing the solemn fact ,p AtthiiitiiKture/ minutes .
1! .h'.'t. .oil .r, count I.., radio, tllll.JuMfflw '
Jth.it r rI.in "Vtry man must Rive tin council! the letter' | Plgott mumbled. his I hanks as d ryii. door E..ry Bed wlK, Inn.t.pr'nf
to Cod Kalie: had r found, in his desk. the usher accompanied him out of t t r ....... end ...,t..| l.mp Rvnntn ic. I
1I1l" himself .a r Ithe I Ilarne rude is here! t ., .... C. .w.rytome.AIR i
tth: 11IWI on us God sees you' coull11': Justice ilanne'nleaning CONOIMONCO

at our character? Not .-. I down Inwards the AttorneyGenual COCK 111 IOUNOI COIfEC ?HO'
Could! .'j' s ear."It '! Don't he unkind l! Tell .. and If'tur'ncdllh word that
vl"ut n-putatlon.! port was! that without tue.stlonthry | "vMence damaging: to me and R.-Slnl. .ill. ftl",... B.th.
IVBU Sit there in your pew and let were in Mr Parnell's, hand- the Irish Loyal and Patriotic' Un- | net UI'" to me'. Sir rilchnnl I, mo what Is It o' i'ninell had goneViiiie did not I .M.lt700 BO Ao_. III

|rue write your "record on u blackboard wilting. In011" me not ashamed nt your'elt ,I that you might perhaps cute fur "( !BII 01,1 one tong ra t ula trd me und believe him und all tint forced his I[]A MtlOO t4R_. $I[] :
word with witness while lie ...M IeuN ..nh h._ Lit f i
before this It jour into the nifinIt wa.'aclI1t
,and hold it up "Whore dU you procure these ute you ? "M, me that he has r.gnE'J .HI all way ...... -- .Lr dwb4Oa -
crowd' :Some;: secret \ the courtroom :.s outside (live him the benefit of Willie sallied tli.- air
day every letters ? | A IHUK'I ran through i i i my tel HIM for the Home Rule Hill. .. 1 1 POUND N.I.'
I sin! will b brought to light." These I ". I'om Mr. Houston secretary of and, the Allnl ney-Genpl'al your legal uilvic. I He'll mtto.luce. it," "I 1 dabs know I'aiiull hit 1 taken ..'1.a .AIT/N. .... "OtiLOnO.1t ,
: Protective cued "Checkmate!" "1 am vc-iy much obliged to Your I to using peifuiui' 0..... t ", S.-a o.
sere some of the things we were the Irish Loyal and : With an ecstatic exclamation of : __ I Ium
At this Juncture Purnell whispueil Lordship, said 1 Sir Richard, andstarted I (l'o>> 10. c..1l1h".I/ ) u
It suddenly L'nion.
t'YIPI to emphasize | her IU\.t.'I"H name she tlnew her
to < motive in pub- l In his counsel ear showedhim i after his repeating wit =- l
according \ :hat was
occurred to me; that your I Jims about ins: net it, ..
the Bible man. on earth Is ;! llhng! them ? the letter Katie had found! in I ness. I
"It can be only a miitttr of
"While we are waiting for Mr
guilty of all the sins. The Bible I "I considered it a public duty." hU desk. Pigott Slid Mr. Justice benignly I weeks now," he told! her "Gliid- 11
Day, -
in Sir ( //J
There animation
In was new For x xSmith's
says that he that offends one i' The witness was then tutned'over Chi lies'. face as he resumed hiscrossexamination. "it has occurred to me that tone Is arranging a leceptlon to Expert Repairing ;
point la guilty of all. In in Sir Charles Russell for "Mr. Plgotl *-e might not unprofitably/ puss the I announce it. You und Aunt Ben 'ate
cords we have been rebels against cross-examination. Sir I Charles "
: to bi asked
time with a !little known I
God. Some. men steal some lie.some the editor admissions supposing you wanted to forge alocument game :
I drew from how would set Relieve to chiMien. as Spelling Bee "Me! ? She exclaimed.! "[Joell lit
murder some commit adul- that the Irish Loyal und ProtectiveUnion about It ?" you Sir Charles his given us the 'leadMr. know exist ?" Garage I !
tery, some covet, and. some takeGod's was a Ccnservatlve organl. I "
The Attorney-General objectedbut Pal n"\'y. perhaps you would "Oh yes, he smiled playfully.
In but all have Mr Parnell that
name vain ;
.11 lion opposed to "
ove-nuled and the witnessliierted like to spell for us ? Painell stood 'I told him all about you the littleaornan '
ilnned All have broken the law. to the Ir- was '
ts objects were ip, smiling, und the humorous Justice who means everything to '
"I have
All Are guilty\ "The soul that sm- I IIh Nationalist Party and that It to answer no Phone 120
continued: "Mr. Parnell how me.
1 Idea, said Pigott. "It Is a realmof
seth it shall die." to be
would be very pleased lo\ you spell' the word! 'hesitancy' ?" I "What?" she ,
I speculation Into which I have cried taken In by I'
a with evidence against the Wrecker Service Day Night
provided>> or
"H-e-s-l-t-t-n-c npele: l I'ar.ail. '
never, enteied" y s mapnr "Oh ( Ch'iles I be-
Coil, Is He demands a settlement I irish: Nationalist leader. With
ai the Attorney-General was :level for nionvnt1"i [
further 1 am glad to hear It. but If you I you a )
with sin. He must punish tome hesitation, the icm returning; Into the court room i "
lid want to. do you think It wouldbe "I wish he signed, "I had! the
tin because He Is an infinitely just admitted that he was in sympathy .
"Once : If woiiMn t "
of help to have a genuine letter again you 'ight to say I hut.
Cod. According to the Bible itoyes with the Loyal and f'att wtlc nand Mr. Justice "I'm "
mind Day. ,
in font of 3'011'1""I "When Is the reception to be ?
i for Jesus Christ to Union but refused to state. that he I
necessary should. Imagine it might be of a little hard of hearing. Parnelltpeited "In three week,
rite that God might be just and the :had been eager to believe the let-
his spelling of the word. They were Interrupted! by Camp-
Juitifier of guilty sinners who ttl!'!. He had, he stated tiu.stedMi. ime"Have assistance ever yes.hud In your possession 'Thank you, Mr. Darnel Kilheryi'ii : ell's entering to announce that all LEDGER OUTFITKe
trust Christ. Christ the Houston. He objected to counsel's you
Jesus on
a genuine letter Dom Mr. lr>ve been taking lesions! since I he Irish members were waitingor
Crass I Insinuution that he was anx-
paid our debt. According Piunell ? this newspaper letter was written him.
| to the Word of God He bore our 'ous to shut his eyes to any doubt
which Sir
"I have had the letters which 01 the coincidence! I I "CI e me five minutes Katie, it
sins! 1 In His when He died on ful origin of the letters but was
body the printed." Charles has brought to our notice I ell them what I've told you" said
the admit that he had met newspaper
croHs The min who accepts obliged to "
-- Parnell. "Stand! the di.or
Pl near amyr
1 8iiId u genuine letter Mr :
Christ and trusts His atoning blood Mr. Houston only once and that he I I His Ironic words! were broughtto >u can bear"

will stand guiltless before God. Nomire :knew, from Hnimton'tt testimony, gott."I believe those> letters to be gen. an abrupt close by the sound of I She listened to the renewed
man wall able to the debt,. that the lettcis had been l
pay I uine." i u shot and a great commotion just heerlng thut greeeted Parnell upon

Cheat was the only One who could tiom: a Dublin Journalist named I "Well, that/ is the difference between ; I outside the court room. Amid criesof his entry Into the committee! I

Jay It He settled the account Richard Pigott. shall "Silence!" and "Order!" a Junior room listened with a heart beat

pith" Hit blood. A person who acPU "Do you know Mr. Plgott?" askd : 'lave you us ever However had !any.we other see.letter i Counsel for the Crown went hastily I I ing fast from joy to his words to I,

<* Christ as his Savior stands Sir Charles of Mr. Parnell's In your possession out, passed the usher who hud ac- Us. followers: .
In the presence of God in the right- "I know of him answered the In."Usher .
?" :nmpnnied Pigott, coming I I "Fellow members, once again the
eousness of Jesus Christ and U loubled editor what was that disturbjnce Irish Party has emerged victorious
"I have not
just till pure in the of God as "If had troubled at the time "
It sight you "Then how did! you know that ? asked Mr. Justice Hannen. against slander and Intrigue, but

\\ h. had never committed a sin 'o ask Mr. Houston where he got ,he handwriting wan genuine:\ when "My Lords I just turned away It Is not of that victory that I

Tiat a wonderful Gospel! How .IIOHC letters would you from any those letters elUDe into your possession for a moment and the witness Pl- /ould Speak now but of a still :

"e should preach it to lost men! tnnwledge of Mr. Plgott have believed ?" ?otl, shot himself! greater glory to come. I have talked '!

.lr- --*- In them or "Mr. Houston "I had seen his. handwriting." ('OUI t was hastily adjourned unfit with Mr Gladstone. H* has glv- 1 RUBY

Alaska> fisheries produced 400 tuite so Implicit/? "Did! make any effort to the .ne\t mooning/ and a crowdof n me his promise to introduce and
million I "I I don't! know." you enthusiastic Irish members, with the (Home Rule
cans of salmon In 1936. the two writings ? j i ia 'ipr-oit Bill for Ireland
--.- Is your knowledge of Mr. Pigott compare them sprinkling/ Liberals. swarmed i In three weeks' time Home I I
I. ? "Yes, I did. I compared I I An ..c pUonal vjluol Contnti ol.
Bl'S SJC11EDULEo avurable to Mr. Pigott nd they were Identical.! "" shout Parnell, voicing their con- I dole is here!" loose lea l ledq.c binder, 20O led'.rIh.ol '

Soutbbt>>UIIII 1 The editor appealed to Mr. Jus- "Tlw-n must have had a latulatlons. In the midst of the' The uproar oC.cheel'l. of hand. and A-Z, 26 division l Iflatuc!
201). .ice Hiinnen who ordered him( toanswer. you hubbub his first thought |f labind.c.Baundindurabletmdaaonl.alher .
Due Starke 5:1:1: : p.m I ; letter of his In your poseisinn oyous haknant./ .! congratulations last-
y "Notdltogether.) genuine colors ted or black.: St.il
( Due was for Katie O'Shea and he sent
nu7 fZtuke 1145: : p make the comparison. --
ho' 20j: "So that It was a fortunate coincidence to out to her of I back with automatic lockioi: device. +
lid' Due Slarke 12:1:1: : m'l, did not enquire '"Yes," admitted the uncomfoitibl his secretary 1 krrkeMalaria Push, button for quick opining, no key required. Sheet are wale
:101. Due Starke 10:20: a that you the witness. "X forgot that. the happy result from her discov J o.yd..leled9f1' paper, 24 lubttauce. Sheet Ue 6 a 9J i inches.at .
Northrwund rom Mr. Houston where he got Quite. And a number of other ry of Plgott's letter und' to ask i: 666

Rd 2001 .Due Stnke 1i0::: p.m etters ?" 'h'ngs.' t..(), no doubt. Has Mr. !her to wait for him In his private! I Ifflre In 1 daysCOLDS k If... Dwertpnoa pa.. Gab
'0 2fJ.\ Due Starke 4:15 I don't know what you mean by ?" off committee room 15 In the'
ko, : pin Parnell: ever written to you 020008 Ruby Led'J.t O..wl-Rfli. $ ..OO020.n1
21)1\ Coincidence of Commons I r
'Due Starke 9:15: p.mr'o. ? I have no doubt' "He has not' House I I ,n"'n Tent a::. /lr.t. Bar Rubv L.I".. Ou'hl-BIack 4 00
21tS Duo Starke 3:3.1 am "Don't you Surrounded by his fellow: IrlfthI@mterll '0..'
: to him? Pe sure, now FI
"Cr you 1I.'L'J"it.;.. Ilrn4m-l.ee. Iff
2H Due Starke 8:0: a.maeShrke Their Worships do Thank you. "Nor to him. lam quite sure." : of Parliament Parnell *,...!..

BUill Agent: Beuley'. Richard Pigott was then stoutlab calledto "Mr. Plgott ( put It to you that: after a brief private colloquy with I I rr,. "H&MTWw.rls'I-1.1.... Mat BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Lrvlt'e the stand. He was a Mr. Gladstone, went directly to the
Station than
opposite' court. wrote to Mr.' Parnell more ----
tlllo'. cold; bland and smiling man with a you

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I I !tiHNL KOXKINOT TO pensation, It was announced here I number to represent
Bradford County .\('(KIT I' IY "' ('IIF.IU'I.E APPLICATIONSFor yesterday. Mrs. Shusteen, with MEMORIAL when he died. .''tc
t I wide experience In the social wel- 3. A simple woe, ,
Established 1877 (Continued from Page;; One) fare field< will be ;stationed hereunder To Cary house and display .! """ t
I Farm Loans I the new social assistance set I works field Insliuit ""nl 1'
!amount budgeted for teirhera and I up for some months it was said. er Interesting ob '"l: nt
AAE.WBER.Published )
I the amount requested by them of Social with his "Int.' '
PRISS; ASSOCIATION could be easily saved by an economical Welfare activities in this county, 4. A fire outlook
J I administration of the coun- said teat 161 applicants have applied bollze forest ptoti,., ":
-J i ty's schools. He attacked several since July 1 for social assist serve In the V"1
protect .
Items In the budget, Including; $360 WILL NOT EXCEED $ toO ance, about eighty percent being : FORESTER WAS forest. for
l r allowed for superintendent's travelIng UNDER ANY CONDITIONS whites Mrs. Burns said also that PROPERTY OWNER
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Mr. Nevlns mute
expenses, which he said was eighty applicants who applied prior morlal rte tt
:Mutter at the 1'o-t Office at Starke, "' prohibited by a law passed at the to July I, were now pending In district committee '
1923 session of the legislature Applicants for fall vegetable offices and probably would H. S. Nevins, director of the cure as many In.iiv akvn
st E, L. Matthew -,________ Editor He also denounced the closingof loans for the passing year are be- receive compensutlon before the remaining School of Forestry at the University tions as possible ,or ama
I the Boatdrain/ school over protests ing received at the office of Coun- 161. of Florida in Gainesville told large or small |In t" ""
SUHSCIMI'TION1 RATE of patrons from that district ty Agent T K. McClane, Jr., by O. the Rotary Club here Wednesdayof the memorial as truh 'Pesen*
If all now on file tlve
applications of
in and stated that In his opin J. Roundtree, I it wits announced plans now In progress for the the profession' r'1
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable received the average $12 monthly, of Dr .
ion it would cost less to keep the yesterday afternoon. Mr.. Round. construction of buildings and the Cary an possibu
t Advertising! ; Kates on Application pupils in their own school than to tree Is field supervisor for the lit would mean an Income of ap- maintenance of a huge memorial tlons may be sent t, un et
t ranspoi't them to Starke and place I Emergency Crop and Feed Loan proximately $2,812. to aged Bradford forest In memory of Dr Austin University |In Games and a
Countlans. be
I STAKKE,\Y CLAIM SOME: REFLECTED: : them In an "already overcrowded Section of the Farm Credit AdmIn. u..-... -to Cary, famous forester, now deceased 'I Office forwarded of to th utashm
Everyone who has driven to Gainesville building." |,I IOItratlon.I and for several years a win- Foresters.the Socletv' 4mftric
e Members of the board present These loans will he made only to RESETTLEMENTAIDS ter resident of Starke.
t automobile has probably wondered what kind of I I I E.
said that an attempt had been farmers who cannot obtain credit COUNTY The Information brought by Hr. Mlzept'Omlnt' tppnh
was in progress: at a site!: about ten miles north of made to run the school at Boat- from any other"source': as provided Nevins was the first inkling that operator of Kali'bunker
the railroad track along Road 13.: It was with drain. last year, but that it had by regulations. Irsued by the $f36. 20 SPENT IN BRAD has been hud here as to what was for the memo,'in: nnpa
great deal of pride that we learned! this week that been forced to clone down becauseof Governor of the Farm Credit Ad- FORD, OFFICIALSSAY In process of construction on Road Mr. Nevins to the m, I
a poor attendance. They denied mlnlHtrutinn The .money loaned 13 about ten miles this. side of Rotarians also) /he, tm1
ect under way was not merely a 1 home, or another : that it would he an added expense will be limited, to the farmer's Immediate 1 Gainesville. The club memberswere 11.11. firs! tMvlao, ei
J tion, but is to he the site of a beautiful memorial to transport the pupils to and actual cash needs for Four new homes In rural sec- enthusiastic over plans for unemployme.it serv ,nlaia
former resident and property owner !in S lu'kc-I> : I Stnike.Mr. growing; his 193J cope and fn no Jons' of Bradford County financedby the tribute to Dr. Cary who died new unemployiu. ? ]
: I I Brown. also brought to the Instance mil y exceed $400.: the Resettlement Administration April 28. 19HB! : in" Gainesville .
Caryho died April 28, 1D3! ( In Gainesville.Dr. ; costing iv total o( $4,170, are Voters
are' not for Namrx
mention: of the gathering at Farmers eliiiible! Th? memorial is a national project ,Clrrck
Cary was!! a familiar figure in SttuKe and time between his homes: here and in Brunswick, :\ School Board entering into from nn individual l. production this week.Remodeling. American Foresters, In which Dr. ment appealing, In th. nnunt aft
contracts with its mcmheis. He credit HSHorliition, bank, or other and repairs to five Cary was one of ten "fellows," an Telegraph follow
almost he had mt
though Known by :sight to everyone! stated that the audit Just completed concern Emergency fall vegetable' other farm homes In Bradford, also honor that came In recognition of Tuesday night of th meal
, mate friends and was regarded! as: somewhat would, when it Is returned loans will not be made by the a part of the resettlement's re-" twenty-five names nun
r his great! service to forestry. The
however here from the State Auditing Department Farm Credit Administration to housing efforts amounting to from stns
the the
hard to approach. Such is often case, selected site. Is the Unheralty of town's list 01 a,0o
show that in the put : standard rehabilitation clients of about $2,345 will soon be completedit five of the
who live only for their work and spend almost Florida forest of 1,519'acres of mmii, s
the board had entered into such was stated. dead' the
the Resettlement Administrationwhose
flat wood" It will be maintained remaining! "-'" ;
research did Dr Cary. At pine. edsm l
fit time in valuable as contracts. This'work which lasted the last list
current needs are provided has overa by the University and the man of voters. ia, !,
r.: was living here, few, if anyone, in Starke knew that Also under fire was the board's for by Resettlement, according to period of several months is agement of the demonstration for and presented to the .'uv omnti Dim
the very top rank of the forestry world and that he action at Its last meeting abolishing Mr. Roundtree's statement.WELFARE lending aid to unemployed carpenters est will be founded on the princI- The council announce" ,1.,0|
the practice of publishing its --.-- and others who are given would be in session
ten "fellows" in the Society of American Foresters ples of "dirt forestry" emulated by August :01: [,
warrant list and financial statement OFFICE work to complete renovations, and the purpose of heating! !: .
' ; that comes to only ten men out of 4,000 members. Mr. Brown stated that several construction. Dr. Cary and will pay real dividends If any from people win comply had ,
above the coat of adequate tit
I t'v Everyone here should take an even greater citizens he had discussed It ADDS VISITOR Total expenditures for the coun- fire i protection and carrying erroneously removed from the I II)
,t in the mysterious construction on Road 13. Active with offered to pay this expenseout MRS. LORETTA SHASTEENTO ty for building remodeling and renovation .charges.The --- -.
r of their own pocket rather ,ls approximately $66,520, The Upper Yosemit, fi|
If d \ tion in the project should replace idle curiosity, and than see the practice abandoned. ASSIST MRS. EDWARD administration officials said. four elements of the memorial Yosemite National park, irop

who knew Dr. Cary should feel a flush of pride -- .... .-. BURNS _.. ...- are planned aa follows: 430 feet In one sheer full
4 '1. the memorial. Blizzards are caused by the sud- Mrs. Loretta Shusteen of Jacksonville One can see herds of giraffes, 1. A memorial plaque mountedon ,I ...
I 'len appearance ot cold air from a has been assigned to the elephants, :zebras, antelope, and a granite boulder from Dr. The world carry-ovc ii I Ara t
"1l It will require about two years to complete the region of high baromteric pressure office of Mrs. Edward Burns and other wild animals from trains on Cary's birthplace In Maine. can cotton was reduced tram 1 H
l ute, but residents here can do their bit to speed the In one of lows pressure and will assist in investigation of applicants the Uganda railroad of East I 2. A memorial grove consisting 000.000 to 7.000.000 bales lxtw
contributions to air for old age assistance com Africa of seventy-one slash pine trees; the 1932 and 1936.
i i making whatever they can spare
morial committee. Every amount, no matter how -

. ... .. ,
r lie gratefully accepted and every citizen here >- ---- -------- ---- ---------- -------- ---- ------- --- -':'

i" to know that he has contributed a few dollars to i

memorial for one of our most distinguished' I

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It has wisely been said that truth is stranger I

1 tion. Many times we have tossed aside a novel WHEN IS i

bored with a moving picture because the plot
ti chance meeting of two characters or some other I

to mind did not "true to life" However
our seem ,

r ual newspaper reader comes across! so many
"' that he is forced to conclude that nothing Your }Expense Highest ?

:{ the most imaginative writer can be absolutely: "M"I

': .
true to life. t

Take for instance the story of Boy Lomax of "f

I pearing In the daily newspapers. this week. Ten 11. ,' "
e their marriage he and his bride were driving along : : /. .oj,' ...
, ;, way when they noticed an automobile in the "

1 stopped| and the bridegroom tied the two cars ]i

1 rope and pulled the ditched motorist back onto the .. .---- .-. .... .
After he had done this he stepped between the '7. if'j' : j'W' j-! :: ..'
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.: ,'. ",. ;. tItIIII : ,:. "" "
untie the rope and before he could get out a truck l

1 car, crushing his body and causing injuries that Wt, **.*< l

death. rit, i iI
A pitiful story, even under these :- /'

point that puts it in the "stranger than fiction" 1
.; ; 1,
fact that the man Lomax stopped to pull out of the J ", "

the divorced husband of the woman he had just I

So never get out of patience with a novel or a !" On which day of the week i i. your
? ture just because it does not conform with your I ,

M true to life. Up until now you may have been sales-volume usually the smallest? i

r'' years of uneventful, peaceful days, but this is no
thinking that your next door neighbor is not living a That is the day when your expenseis j

would put the most imaginative novelist to shame the highest. Your salespeople ,

MIGHT AS WELL START LIKING YOUR BAI.D r 1 are not busy yet they must be
No matter what fate has blessed or has not 1 i

t., with in the way of looks, you might as well be paid. .
your appearance! and go on and get as much fun out .,.',\;
L possible. There is no hope for improving: the bald The cost of rent and light remains i i'i

hi. freckled face, according to a statement by the I
fixed. One busy day not fur "" i
ical Association's "director of debunking." t"f"Rr 9 *: _- may ,_.
' .. """l1en the hair is gone, it's gone," said one of nish sufficient profit to offset several :
:} tors with a degree of finality that must have ': '

,,f headed men all over the country to squirm in ".-, ) dull days. ; : !

"Tonics may create a little fuzz, but nothing more, .,;

.'. tinued. "I'm getting bald myself, but I don't try Why not advertise to build volume ',..' 1
self into thinking there is anything that will grow ,:* .
the of the'week
head." on days which now

;, The doctor also dropped a word of warning _, "if ;;'r "', are problem days-loss days! Let i

about "guaranteed" freckle removers. "If they '';'. ;/J :
freckles, they must remove the outer layer of skin, the power of advertising turn those ,

of them contain caustic*," he-said. "Better to have .
losses into profits.
E than scars. .' .
And so there the matter stands--at least until i

indignant replies: from the manufacturers of hair "',' ,. ..", I ',''

c freckle! cream. Perhaps you know of a man who has :

fully grown a new covering for a once-barren pate -

n must admit that none has so far come under our I
;, servance.

All that most t of us can be thankful for is: that 1 1

and bald heads: do not usually! go together. We I IM

there are very" ftw Laldheaded women, and .men K: .
may have freckles) but are; not prone to worry over : I Ib

Walter Winchell! reminds us that the Statue of I j .

stand with her back to the United State, Perhaps 1! .1

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