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: May 13, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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1ST PRIMARY "..., .,., j ON TRUSTEES I PROPOSITION i I For Next Tuesday I

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VICTORY I I18AY! r 24fonsolittation i CARRIESi ;

i i I SHORT BALLOT I Farmers Are Urged To :

{ Opening; 0 f Absentee ....." Of Starke I F o r Weevil: WILL GREET VOTERS Attend Opening

Ballots fail To And Hoaldrain To Control Will He I IN PRIMARY SECOND Day Sales

Change Decision Us Decided Continued
:I A short ballot\ with only one
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!I state office contested will confront WORK RUSHED ,-
On the basis of '
Whethel' or not BoattJl'a.lnllib Incomplete returns -
absentee votes to I
'! : five voters here In the second; primary
,,.. irhool District No. 17 and Starke from the cotton election held!
| ilnt "udi (or his opponents George nil school district No. 3 will con- here at the name time as the Democratic election on Tuesday, May 24. Management Will
Friday became Spc- f
mman last The following names will be
}t. ; -_ -- olidate will be settled at an election Primary May 3, It seems'
Bradford County representative culled by the School Board for assured that Bradford County will found on the ballot:. cialize In Mixed
session of the State
1939 For Court
Supreme Justice
to the Tuesday.' May 24.-the sump dates become a Cotton Production Con-
LcBwlature without benefit of a ., > the second primary. trol District for the purpose of Group Two: Klwyn Thomas and J. Loadings -

| >,>econ" primary. ,, making thla an exclusive Sea Island 'rom Watson.
returns election night Trustees' will also be voted on Fort State Attorney, Eighth Judicial .
Unofficial l If carried
territory.In out
present plans are ,
at this election and will take office
I gave Inroan a one vote lead over : the four precincts In which Circuit: Znch. H. Douglasand Bradford County's farmer's market -
thirty days Inter In the ev..ntIhllt
of T. T. K. Duncan.
combined strength '' the vote tabulated i I will be business
the the was <( Frank Landrum and W. P. Smith. consolidation issue car [I South Starke Graham and The- For County Commissioner District Growers buyer, and I
les. The question of mlllage will One P. D. Reddish and J. M.
considered possible that the the vote 106 favorof : "I
It was thai be nettled. !i ressa) was in truckers were circularized this
counting of absentee ballots Fri- the piiipasltion and only four RosierKor week by J. S. Llxenby manager
day might call for a final runoffbetwten The voting will be done at the I II i against! / it lleturns from otherprpl'inrt County Commissioner, Dln- notifying them thnt operations will
Inmnn and Landrum. the school house In Boutdraln and at have not been II let "'Oll'! W II. Griffin and It.
I \ yet canvassed begin on that date.
high man. However, the the city hall In Starke. The fol- the Board of S. \Vasdlnb'oi' I
second( I by County Although the building, situated
tabulation was: In- owing managers have been ap-! School hoard District
final official I Commissioner but it is believed ,
Just north of Stillke Road 13
man I.2G8. Lundrum 673. and .. F pointed' R. L, Lee, W. W. Coleman. | that the proposition! cnrrlu.l In ev Threr.. E: .1 Li-wls un.l M L WatI will not be on '
entirely completed by
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Smith 590. A margin of five votes Eugene Griffis, and Elam "I'd, list ilrt. I,I tei'8oii.LANDIS'. Tuesday It will be far enough 4
Uiwla for Boatdrain F. A. Scott I *
the election out of a second : ;
kepi It wna a'noncul thlj) week that along for practical purposes A
D Green, C..J. Powell andI
primary I Pri'flidonl! Ri"o4cvt; has signed! ] number of WPA laborers weie l
jLn W White for Starke. DEATHCALLS
Three ,'run-off are in prospect ir.il approve-'l the WPA project I| transferred! from tIle new school -

ui! places- on the county boards If the con-uglldatlon In voted callhiK f >r $3,1.750n bn 1'14t'd for house project this week to speedup f

Viitet. > in the second primary, May | down the terms of the present continuation of the Sea Island cotton FOR construction on the market. -

24 will decide between the following I titoitees wlli'nb: expire until May I project for the control of boll' In his letter to truckers Mr.
.1 I M. Rosier incumbent, and ... 1939.! Only eighty-six(; fl'l'eh"ldt'I'svntt'd weevil. Spray Is given free to Llsenby said: "There will be
P D Reddish for county commia- I 1 In the trustee election h..lall I i farmers with the agreement that SPECIAL VOTE available at the market on the

ioner in District One; W. H. GI'lfI I In April last year. i!I the will use it according to the I II ,I II opening day a supply of miscellaneous

fin and R. 8. Wasdin for county' -. --,'- 1 1I I I method. prescribed by the Kovt'l'n'l|I vegetables at prevailing market -

commissioner In District Four; I nient. prices and It will be the picas-

and E J. Lewis incumbent and 1 PRISONER'IN BrllJlfll'fl County farmers planted I I Primary Will lie Held tile of the management of the market

M. L Watterson for school board = I THE BAG' only 150 acres of Sea Island Some Time During to co-operate with truckers

member In District Three. __. ____ ______ this year as compared with LOGO and others Interested In every way

Also on the second primary bal- j I YOUNG MAN ARRIVES AT acre last season. Unfavorablewoalher I\ SuiinerAttorney possible to make delivery of your
Pictured above ore two big WPA projects upon which constructionIs and
lot will be the names of T. E. Duncan RAIFORD IN STRANGE conditions last year requirements with as little delay
will being rushed and which will have a beneficial effect on life in Brad- the fear. of boll weevil Infestationis General Cury D. Lan-
and Zach H. Douglas who GARB as. possible. Therefore, it Is suggested
fight It out for state's attorney- ford County. At top Is the State farmers' market situated just northof believed to have discouragedmany dla died suddenly Tuesday In Tal- i that you either wire or tel-

iblp In the Eighth Judicial Circuit town on Road 13. It has been announced that produce will begin I Prisoners have arrived' at the growers accounting for the lahasnce and, It was announced yesterday ,, ,nhans...___ the no_ .market.._.... ,volll,___ _Il_.riltfr0aments ,_n.' I'
One State Supreme Court Justice to be marketed from the platform next Tuesday The lower picture I the State Prison Farm near here I I'decrease In acreage I that a special primary will prior to arrival, stating-

race was thrown into second primary shows the foundation and floor of the new elementary school buildIng j n all conditions but yesterday --.. be conducted some time during the commodities you are Interested in

where Elwyn Thomas and J, here The building has progressed considerably beyond this stage! j was probably the first time that W. E. Knight Dies summer to nominate his successor. and the approximate time of your

Tom Watnon will it off in I one has ever arrived there literal. The Stata Democratic Executive arrival in order that the market
run now with window frames set and part of the wall constructed. It lies 1
\v. E. Knight, brother of D. K.
und "In the
.Group Two. A run-off for Railroad south und slightly west of the present school building. I! ly figuratively bag. Knight of Starke died in a Pa- Committee will fix the date under, may arrange to make prompt delivery

Commissioner In Group One ... ____, When Brenn rHorn_ 17-year-old I ITennessee 1-ttka hospital May 2. lifter short the provisions of a new 1937 law. and thereby avoid the loss
was prevented when Bruce DavlH youth was convicted of If there lire three or more can'U-1 I of i limo In getting londud up for
Illness. He was a native of Lake
lha second high 'man. announced : rand larceny In West Palm Beach dates and one does not receive' a I your return trip."
SOFTBALL FINAL CARSOF Butler but had lived In Flagler
Tuesday that he had withdrawn, I cccntly. he declared he would County for, many years making majority vote a run-off primary : County Agent T K. McClnne.

leaving the field oppn for F.. S -rve his time In the county Jail hU. home nt Bunnell, and was a will I be conducted ten days later. i Jr., In writing to local farmers r

Matthews of Starke who only MEETS WITHENTHUSIASM BERRIES ..ntl wouldn't KO to Riiiford. cormer director 1 of the Ilastlngn The special primary cannot be siil'I. : "It I.. suggested that you

lacked about 8.0OO votes to get a Severn! days ago, when he heard I I bank held alnnK with the regular second (1'011lime I to time call at the market -

win in the first primary. I I I the prlsim vim wan. on Its wayhi I Kuncrul services were held l Wednesday !primary on May 21 because there I and register the availability of

The official vote In Bradford HAVE/\ ROLLED re. he cut up u good suit of ( afternoon of last week < will not be sufficient time to ad. your crops In order that the management -
Cnunt '' clothes his shoes and all I i vel tiNe it and make preparationsThu know at all times
reported following a meetIng and! burial I was at Crescent City. may
of the canvassing board lost S I wearing appnrul. That, he olhl'l'l Mr Knight had muny friends nominee will have his name I what crops you have, for sale

Frl'laj! wa. as follows: Games Will lie Played would stall off the trip, but In Starke who will regret to lenin printed on the November g..nrrall j "Please come out to the market'
Lain Of licans Hut I election ballot candidate
a to
Tom made him don a sheet
/: of his death. He If possibly do so
FOI V S Senator: T. C. Merchant was I 1 Tuesday you can.
83 Flnley Moore 3O: Claude On Thursday Prices Slay vlth a hole cut In the middle fOI'/1, known throughout the state and serve the two years remaining of j und see just how It Is going to
| the term to which Lentils
Poppe.! 1,750: : Dnve Sholtz 401; J. AfternoonsAn li's he.id. especially on the bust Coast wherehe work. Come and meet Mr Llsen
Low elected In 1936.
Mark( Wile-ox 258. : Just bl !'OIP the prison van arrived had extensive real estate Inter- I I by and ask him any question you

For Representative! in Congress: !IR I off came l the sheet, torn Into ests. He was a member of the Guvl'moCune\ will appoint a may have as to the way the mar-

W Fiirnell 659: ; It. A. successor to serve' until ket will be operated.' He IH an expert
the announcement In the Telegraph
Green t,84t. -{ ed this week, following closely on 1 1i without a traveling wardrobe.But I t orders. the /people name their choice In on marketing and I am sure' '
last week of a meeting to.IIOI'IIMII i the heels of Lawtey, where berry -. .. November. He has not yet stated will of benefit to
For Supreme: Court Justice Jailer Riggs had still other 1 -- ---- -- prove great
for local soft bollleltgue
plans a '
Group One: Rivers Buford 932; D. Almost a score of men I -hlpplnn operations ceased last idpaa and when ,the van arrived The lowest dally rate In historyIs when lie would make the appoint- Bradford County." |

Stuart Glllls 599.; attended the meeting the Couit veek. !II nt R-jiford: Hornnwus sitting insidegarbed now in effect for travel on the I ment. ""'" are expecting a great many

For Supreme Court Justice itouxe last Friday night and from To wind up the season In the In a bilHock.. with holes .Seaboard Railway cent and a The special primary law was trucks to be on hand next Tuesday -
Group Two: Truman O. Futch I Continuedon cut for his head' and arms. half per mile. I I passed to avoid confusion such as' for the and Ifyou
of ( Page Eight), opening day
the number
1.199! : Ehvyn Thomas 307 J. Tom great suggestions ,I .. -- ____ ._ ___.__. ._ 0 I resulted In 1936 when United ,! .. ... L.._._ .._.. ____.L.. ...L'.L ...'"
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lId enthusiastic proposals there lilly produce
1 Stales Senators Fletcher and

Watson KOI Supreme 333. Court Justice to emerged three the strong Immediate teams to possibilityof furnish Trammell died. After much dls1 I be probably ready be for the harvest: best. place this to would dls- I' f
I PINE HILL I I iMiHSiott about whether the Demo-
flit the I "AS GOES "
Ollvls. unexpired terra of Freer It competition within the league. ,'rotle I Executive Committee 1 would 1 ., pose of It that day.

1.3.15 John deceased: Roy H. Chapman Harry Houston mid John Hagen ,I "._."..i'RO___ ..,.._......_...._.0......._......_",. ,...._ ,LU..........._.,.,.,._".". I I I Among the truck crops that are.expected
for; Melvin Hearn 22O. ,'pre chosen. us co-managers of a'' lly II. K.: I..alf'rJCr..n i paper also lendpencllH/ of differ.I oianda, which he let his friends ,1o'cll..1 to hive a special primary. ; to he handled from the

Railroad Commissioner. :mroup to be known as the Independents During the Inte 80's and e.iily I wt! hardness He made whllpel'edr rend such as- I Claude Pepper of Tallahassee won I Imnrket within the next few weeks
roup One Bruce Davis 568; Buck weather the are Fordhook Lima beans, green:
i communications! only to those ofi "Purlnn hot. dry
Hancock 1)0) H there was !great political Unrest | | unopposed nomination to succeed
:,80; E. S. Matthews 950. of the local Hhne-soles shrink and the 1'00'n.llllIallh., field peas cucumbers -
''or Members Rotary In Itnidfiird ( then Including i his "constituent .who couldn'ti'e'i'l ; up pegs I Senator Fletcher and Chili lea O.j .
Railroad Commissioner. :lub attending the meeting select-' Union) countv. "Sockless Jeiry : ) writing: for the others he Ret loose und fall out. Soak the Andrew of Orlando, defeated for-, squash, und others. Mixed
Group Walter TWO: Jerry W. Carter 1.385. d T. K. McC'ane and T. Frank I' Simpson." out In Kansas had i wrote down messages' on bib of I II iI "'olett In water and the pegs will I I j mrr Governor Doyle R Carlton to ''loadings will be a specialty of the

268. Kehoe 105; Wilbur C. King .andrurn to pilot a club from the bullded 1 him a grindstone cilled pnpi! i- In s-rull. script with a fineI stay. Tom Hollingsworth told I xiifcetd Trammell.. 1 f Starke market.

lotnrlans' while K. K. Periyraunn the people's party and greased its I pointed hard pencil to youngermen me Ihnt. and he ought to know. Ftrmt 1'_ of Mpt-rliil I-nw Any celebration or dedication' of
For I I
State Attorney. Eighth Judicial > L. A. Shepherd are expected to'' bearings with nothing slicker t : for older men he used, 1 a medium Or- Special' primaries are required I the market will be delayed until JI
Circuit: J, C. Adklna Ml; "At fire-nrm practicetake a I| I It i Is' finally completed with road-
Zach nonage a team representing'Uaike's / hun peanut butter. On thin pencil: for those bird of bearing [ only when vacancies In nomlnaI -
H. Douglas 423; T. E. Dun- ; Churches. I the htl wiote "laud" missives with 'mill flour Hack that Is not quite i ways and other finishing touches,
"n stone he intended sharpen I tion 01' In office occur between
'Ior 1.434. J, H. Benson was asked to serve ,: broad-axe that wan to sever the u soft blimt lumber pencil. But empty; roll It up and nail to a I I the regular nominating primary | It was stated. by f. H. Nasworthy.
Representative In Legislature Director and with the wrote or handed out a tree' for a mirk. "You'll know chairman of the managing comi -
as League I' heads of the two old political parties -;::1 h* never : and the ensuing general election.
Flank: Ceo. H. Inman 1.2CS; T. u-lp of the team managers to ar.ange and Tom VVat'on. a wildeyedCeorelan. slit", without, first carefully ascer- when you hit It, for It puff of flour When vacancies In office occur i mlttee. Other members of the
LanJrum 673 W. P. Smith I :' told committee are: T. K. McCIane. Jr..
sso ; a schedule of games. turned the crank. The', t'llnlng'tliat no unwanted audience will fly out. Joe Dowllng metht. after a general' election' a nominee I
for Players met on the school'{! jrrlndstone.:I : did not work well here; was! present. Some of his menjuges sn't; he ought to know." Or l I" chosen Itt the next regular primary secretary: L. L. Conner Jas. Rosier -

County Commissioner, DinIt grounds last Saturday aftmoon It had a flint pebble In Its "..r ,s- ,: (; were, for general circulation "Did you know you can tote to serve the unexpired R. K. Hazcn, F. F. Stump and

Rosier One: P. D. Reddish 168; J. M. :or a practice session and also phery and when the edge of thAI others strictly private and for" syrup In a paper bag I seen anigger turn This was the situation when II. A. Newsom. Four additional
IDfl T": L. 00.tor members will be named later.
; Walnwrlght
for woikout on Tuesday aft- In a roundabout do It. Or -
act a the latter he. way
tioard-axe. sttuck It, there would bej i ; Roy II. Chapman was appointedi .
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week. The first con- Mr. Levy "If back hurts go
M-noon of jagged gap. The pebble WHIt the asked compensations! I your I i I to succeed the late Justice Fred
Two: L. L.. Conner 394; \V. M.' old road ami find fat pine root Palalka
scheduled for Thursday, visitor to the Tel- a Herb Thomas
"dwards test was merchants, under who the one-I vvai a frequent I|I II. Davis on the Supreme Court
388. .May 12. between the Churchmen crop cotton farmers were in a// cxraph; office where he swappedpeittnent { that has been battered' by cart :1'last year. Chapman went Into the ,\,: Herb Thomas ton of Mrs. R. A.

.-ICI...FrCounty Commissioner. Din- .ind the Independents. state of neir-peonace.: and the I Items with the editor. I! wheels. Cut It up Into ..plinterll'l i, regular primary this month and Thomas, of Starke, has been nam-

C. Three: J. H. Fields 101; F. Owing to the lack of facilities democratic house' Therefore the Mr. Webb, who wis the clerk of j I but It IntoI jar and pour on won nomination for the two year.remaining ed manager of the Palatka Azal- ,

Thomas Hollingsworth 210; llallory '01' night games moat of the ball I[ pioselytes here seldom dared openly the Starke farmers' alliance. nough com licker to cover it. of the Davis term. I I I, eas, as the buKcbiill team from

*''01' 318. ;arnes will be played on Thursay -; declare themselves populists, Mr. Levy eventually branched I then think the !lickerPoe Morton -I Attorney General Lara
net Four County Commissioner, \ afternoons. I I but communed with each other bymeans out with a side-line to expand .his told me that, und he ought rutted the first vacancy In which I former hIgh school luminary who

37'IT.; : Frank T. Abernathy Any players: wishing to "sign" of furtive wbh.p..rloga.wl'1ks npr ."ionxfitarke wanted thecourt '| to know. I the special primary Inw will ap- once played; 1 second base for John

diD 87 H. Griffin US; R. S. Was- .vith one of the teams are asked.o and signs. Luke Butler, j house, which Lake Butlerdid 1 Mr. Levy's activities broughthim I I ply I McGraw s New York Giants He

Fop : Lacy J. Wynn 84 see the respective managers or Pine Hilt and St'irke were the political -, not Intend to give up; Pine barely enough to keep body Funeral services for LitnilU, in hotiled In well known here and hits many

trict County Commissioner Dis .he lrectul.It hotbed and between thesepoints Hill was: on the fence and held tint soul together. his long trips I unexpectedly on his sixty- friends who will wish him well In

G.ilney Five: T D. Dyal 220; H. P is. hoped that nearby locull- htlry men' with yellow I' the balance of power. And so he by foot re'hired' him to merely I I fifth birthday were conducted in h'S new pooltion.
173. M-ill teams, /and thus ', Invented the slogun "As Pine Hill skin and bone and his furtive '
for 'HIM niganiz 'tutchels at their sides, bumped / i! ralluhiflxec at 0 A. M. Thursday. *
1f B School) DOli 1'1'. District One: ptovlda u greater lange of competition :ii'onff In rattling sulkies. I i 30?*, NO goes the county" and it whispering hid almost deprived I :I!:: Afterwards the body will be sent' A Real Rutabaga
Futch 455; J. H. Moore 656,1 Interest. regarded gospel for years. him of speech. Eventually ho was i iI i;
For I :! and The conditions produce' eon of WHI us to Culler, Ind., for burial
W Sch.iol Boird District Two: ----- .- .----- -- ._- the many "chnrurters", the county -i He started a new whispering campaign I can no nuire and It was supposed -- MIIIl)' passers-by have stoppedin
E MulJleton: 368; W. SSlbley and his long legs shuttled that some !strong wind had "oh and "ah" at the mammoth
Vote He
10;; 2 Republicans has known- John Levy 1 I Mothern' Day Sermon
S Jo:. Sparks' 170.( with him between thu Pine Hill and :blown him Into Mud Swamp of P.utabatfi turnip now being dltpltyed -
tall thin, cldeily man: I
FotSchool Board. District There serial to be no Immedi-ite I, was. nim-rommittnl a beard which I ritsrke politlcUnx. .. n-\lIy it to.c, .:'luyno Bay or the Hcout Hole.fhe The ,t..vl\ K Dauaherty, past' In the Telegraph's nft'lce. It

i Three E J. LewIs 237: J. A. J. danger of Bud ford County enterIng -. looked as much democratic as pop- fruit, for the Pine Hillers In re- ,:I farmers' xlllance was short >r of the Chilstian; Church delivered '.' was grown by Clyde Hender.wn.on ,

"cKinney, Jr.. 68; A. B. Surrency the Republican column at elec- .itfstlc. lie appointed himself a i i1I1I1..on wait for 3'inie political plun !lived here ami its parent, the a Molheis'' Day sermon'!! : -) of our colored farmers' on hltf

131. M. L. VVatterson 210. lion time. Only two Republican In'! officer between the siw to It that Wtiiika because the ,, .eopl 's party, never got a foot- last Sunday morning< and Sunday place near Starke end weighs' fifteen

For Board of Bond Trustees ballots were cast In thin county and later became popu-1 their ,i-o'inty site ''iold Yet it opened the eyes of night the sermon was on the subject pounds Fvrrvone; who seetIt
"tttrict One the Iraary list. week. Both were 1st camps/ to their dependent of fraternullsm.' The Wood- It Is the largest ruttbag
: W. Fred Moore 135; pi furnish In si.Ito of his predilection for the farmer says
0 > Philllpa 267. tallied up in the Hampton precinct Intelligence news of the doings of the democratic -! politics Mr Levy was stilt I human ;onJitlon; and little by little theythemselves man Circle and the mothers presi ever seen, so It must undouKettly:
For both were for Swanson for the> Inll' I of bond- ,, ent took an active the set record In the
Board of Bond Trustees I and bosses. In his Inside coat- -tnd alive to the smaller tulogs. Nl'Iggili: out i part on a new vegetable: if
tll'lrlcl for U S. Send '
It Five: H. L. Gatlin 128; Republican nominee pocket he carried bits of white This Was shown by wilttca: tncm- al, !, program. tile --
Weeks 222. I I I

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.. ,, the highest ft, K 2U6 ft to Beg. Kx. N 1 Acre court house dooi'' nn ''I.
IIPtaxes L..vl.... ,i will lie sold to ID Township 8 South.KaiigH clay In the Month '1
omitted In Section r rwhich '
sold door ,
I hv the Slate I.e advertised. nnd nil be sold t" Hie '" ...rr. ."ddeV at tho foUrlhou 22 Kant: containing 6 la the 6th da\ "''II.
''a..-.. will lie sold to the blithestlilddi bidder for cash a will tho 1.1th day of May.:! r I
I Mending Fences .t. n\ ,the- ('cull 1'thouse clour In o olYded Ills-host I82U8 of the bidder! at I the C'ciurlhousn\ door InIlnl'k starke on 11:110 o'rl"'k A. 111. Acres, nu.re. or IHBH.The I>. 19.1H.Hated: \
,,' ""Y Chapter of !May, 103". 11"\3.\ II( : of the Bald prop-
1113ft on the 20th day of Ap'II. asseimment thin lath
'iiiitkimi' the 27th ilnv of May cf the L..I..II"r.' """" : << ""t"d thl.. the 231'd day .1", v
,nt 11-00 ..'<'Inck A. !M.Mntcil 1.17! acts descrllied. I'-III estate at 11:00: o'clock A. !M. '' oily" under the said certificate Issued D. 1938. ,
,thlB the 7lh day of May in the'the followlllsT Coiintv\ cf Hradford., matof I'"led l this Hie :Iloili day of April, l(OI"FICrAf a SI'\f.': ) was In the name of Gilbert (OFFICIAL, BIOALlA.

1918OFFICIAL. I' Dlxon.Pnless I
111..1.11.1.... .. MP''f.) "'l :, .;.. ;I t:5QO: tI I': nt RW (" "' ( SKAL) Clerk A. J., of Cltcuit Court ofFlorida. said certificate .."..I be J. THOMAS.

A J THOMAS I".I, IIr tI ''4. '" u,:,. .1 A J.i THO.MAH: Court c.r nriidford Countyi2931613. M-.KM-IIM d a, milling ,In llllV III,' I Il Clerk" c in.1,1Htiiafi.nl ,
el-Ik l of cu-ci-lt!
I'leik, of circuit Pourt ofItinilioid :. l descilbecl hureln will be I I c,",", ,", "
:! i niiuty. Kioplda.NO : 'li'II''i'; ..: jd''I'P'i Iv':.i. *: *"; Bradford County, Klorlda.lO.llBtO. I .1"1'1). to the at th. 4-22-r.t-6-0.!!
It I .hi hl..I..t bld."I' .___ ___ _ _
I ., ., hi.tt IteBldence. t.ot Sec. R Tp Te :'\o"'I'U'1 1 _.____ n
:, : : ;P.j'T"X I NOTICE IS alVBN to
I. *
---- -"' --' \'n.1, !\OTI< I'J Mint. on the
H.ht .
h 0 I" A'" whom It ,may concern I
NOB. 101 ofBpe.IU.ly. 19 :J .e- I I 4 KMTIFIClTKtNtiTICB of June. .\. 1>. II'H. I willapply |
certlfliate ; thatliiines 1st day
'I'M I'; <>!' *. \IK Of TI .\ \ l.v reprewMit I" IIWHKHV IIIVHN the County, Jud e for I-:
and u'Vidtuxes to
K. Franklin and i of STAllOi
I'.It l'liVI4TI<}" for the yi-are 18S1! h, :'! tII"'rlll..n request Klnal nischarite a* Administrator ?II
''II'' ,r: 1 IS: HKIIKHY ( IIVKN that .l.i.th inclusive, amounting ,.1 I13O7.AI.XO :! I hm filed with certificates loifi Hie Kstaie of '1'. M. ""....n.
I I' l.it.liBh: has. flleil with I' at NI3 Cor of J. A i that the tax II. 11. MAY.
Com. '
; omitted
i"n tin teiiuext that the taxloiretltei : KcHldence Lot Run fc ,I li.-r" with till siil.sentlent 4-28-41-5-20 d..coaoel'l TKY OIU! SKKVICE AND HE eON\'INon;
,, with all aun- Abbott I' 240 tt. W 75 ,,',. N ato I ,ir levied ,taxes held by thi HtRtehe I 1
i.i nihtccl nt levied taxes held 7 ft. n.. ,. In fiN""! or It\'>" I : advertised; and sold to the I II -- -- -- -- ,
'th "si, ,,iii, lie jicMerllseil and solilHi. ""..',.. (8 n' 7" fl. It. 20 P... hlarhosl, bidder for cash as provided '"'1' ATLAS
I hlirhi-Hl' lilildep for cash asid :< 1'1'.'. In I". ..ohl "r.. ",'Id."c.'" bv Chanter 182IIH of the NOT1CB' I IS llli'UWBV (1IVRN l 1..1| I
d, lit i 'limit er mftt) of the 'rh.' '' NOH. 17 HnJ 112: of I 11137 ads of the Legislature.' tipniihe nil credltoi-B and clalinaiitB aKalnHti,
rVrttflrHtt, BATTERIES
7 H.IN nf the Irfs-lslature, upon I'I'r.. and, 1933 re-pectlvely, Rnd repleicnt I" fc.llnwlnfr-doscrlbed real estate the I li ate i.f llenjainlii I""kln.., ;, TIRES TUBES
I" ( .ll.iistiiif. \ dencllheil real estatej iinpiild taxes for the year., In tho County of Iliaclford, Slate ofKl.irklB. 'rieceaxert" to file vour .-lllm. dulv II"w"'n |
j"> .. n. c-.tititv. ,.Itiaclford, Htate ofKlnilila 1124 to I'ii8.:" both In..I".lve..Imo"n'- Lot: 1-4. to-wlt of Wlock! 41 Livingston' I to Oc.rl",1 within to law, client with Tire* tliicoitdltiiiniilly Guiirantccd for 1 Year unit 18 Month*
tn-wit : the County I
I ,.,, '1. ; N. Hlk 1(1 1 Ijiwtey \\,'".., '""ALSO, $&460.NMi of HVof 1JW.4Kx : Trulw & CO'B Stih-niv. of NK'iof I II i months from I 1 be first I publication of | OIL
.. ... H 22 10n. : Sec. 28 Tp H. 22 M 1 1I i .t accountwill STANDARD PRODUCTS
.1 l 11\< -- i.1! Tp 6 a. 1-5 3 Acres Sec. 7 H MKVi i.,8:: ; this notice or the claim or
.. ttix.f ,to he unlil are ,'evldenc-ecj : iitnlnlnit A':88; : moreto I IItr I The taxea to he e evidencedhv forever. he burred and void.

> i lift,, litNos.. 227 lit 245 of 10:12: 20 K I.......It I ITh. I certificate, Nos. 352 and 1168 of This April 22nd, 19HH. W.\SIIINU-I'OU811INO-\AXINO-ltEAS1NO
il i-itl ti-Mpi-c-tlvcIv, and represent .. he sold are evidencedl.v 11.11! nnd 1118.1: respectively. and renr HAS5EL HOOKIXO IItIRE1lAN. I

r- -- i ui,,ml .I.IM-K for, the years I'l31! toi I cortlflcnte' nx..a Nos. 41 and 131 of I I Hi-nt unpaid taxes. for the yearn 41. Ad Ilnl..lrll'lx. i 60 For Road Service
to In, ,lusl '. amountItiHT I
x. 'l.oth. im'liiHlve. amounting" 1132! and 19.11: : respectively and repnsent I il'0 in mil l.oth Cal
Herbert < I 7 s'lM.sii.:I unpaid taxes for tho yearn to $100.31. 1 1I t
Fm, i Pri-siJr-nt lin 12 Oils SubDivisionni both Inclusive, amount"sa'ld I Mild tax certificates '''..''Ib.'lIh NOTU'M OK KI.K.CTIOV Kasy Payment I'liui On Urea and HutterliI -
193S:! '
Hoover athe arrived la Chicago "1-I.ist: l.awteyTit,1 lfl.11 to 40.70. I, nil siitmetiucnt omitted or Levied By the power veBtod In them. The t

Kanaim City Mr ,, taxes to he Bold lire evidencedi ,...I"lflpnl" toncether with taxes will l.n sold lo' tl-.e hlKhestbidder Hoard of Public Instruction of Bradford I \ C'ONWAV, FLOK1DA l\OTOt LINES AGEMJhe
.'. -k nom I
la* ttlfli-iite N'os. 243 and 7f.O of omitted op Lev-led nt the Courthouse duor InSlarke County Florida, hereby vallnl
Hoover declined u> comment on his !I IH.I '""11 I and I'l'U:':\ re..lIv..IY.| and repNint ill Milbsi-ciuenl will he sold to the hlKhestl.lrtilei : I I on the 20th' cl.iv of May. U3N. <-l ctloiiM to lie held nn TuuHday::: -.---.----------,--. _
1 lust week ",- th* iinpalil, taxes for the taxes Courthouse loop insiarlce 11.00 o'clock' AM >(' <. ScviMiteeiitli, 19.18! at the schoolIIIHIHCK -
klanom i City the nt.
n ''ti '..ni-' I liio! : 'lo I lft.18.!I hilt h InclUHlve on the 27th dnv of May 1038 I I Kt.'d i thin I ho 30th clay of April .. In I the follow IIIK named ill"trlcta -

bul Hnim.iiKed' hiwuo lu Chicago ,in. iintlnv to $5.1114' o'clock ,\. M. 1938. I to elect three trustees each
.1, visit, with Ills cloHC filend I Ii i M.HO: sr,:"! of HK'-4" Kx, N 420 : ut Patert II : thla the 7th dnv of May.'oVKIClAL. I OKIi'ICIL. SKAL iinrl IIBBVHB Hit- "11,' foi' the onHiilng Point of View
ft 8eu. .14 Tp 7 H It 22 K. eonInllilnK I A J. THOMASJerk : two years:
W Shaw | 5H Acre.n. more or less.The ''O SRAL) I (- ot Circuit'' (Coin of Vttr the purpose of holding said

II I IHXCB to, 'he HI.Id. are evidencediv A. J. THOMAS; I Bradford County, Klorlda. I election In each dlHtrlct the folli .

ccitlMcalu. No I6r.l of 11133 peii. Clerk lOt Circuit Couit (.iftiroI :--6-51-6-20. .whiK managfm are appointed anfnlluwB
.ect Ivt-lv, and I represent I the unpaid' ford County, Florida. I --- -- .:
':one Is 110thGovernor I tuxes for the years 1H.12 to lust.ith r.-l3-St-B-Z7. NOrlfK OK III \I..' OK T\\: I VRnd..rbl: Manager. Ellery WIFE5Cmetmes

> ,Inclusive, nnuiuntlns to 139.8S.xaiil ---.. CKIiriKK'tTKNNOTICF 1"1'1'. IltlH Alvaren, Ham Whlte- 'e
Since tax c'eitlficaiea losrether with ---- IH IIKUKHV. rilVKN that C. Yaibrough.
,II .."hM"'I".nl omitted I op fjevledix.s 1\1 ('lItl'l'l.. 1'01'UT. IV AM Fon.iiiitiiFoiin M. K WlBKlns has filed with me I..ld. lllver: Managura. N. O
Ponce de Leon Mill he sold to the highestMclcter romTV. FI.OU- :I written reiiuest that the tax certificates : Moody Keddlsh AndrswH, Math condemns
at the Courthouse door In I III \. IM f'HNCKI V.H tc.Kether' with all sul>si>- Hupp, and Mlllard Johns.Kvllbronn .
'ttnrke on the 27th ilnv, of May 1938.I C IIOI.TZKNDOHK and hiM wife I I lucut: omitted: or I levied taxea held : Mlln".r.V.. C. Clemmoti. the for creating

ni.ton of the Ff.leral. Writers', 11-00: ,,'<'lock A MHtueil '...TH13IMA1UK. HOLTZKNDOItP.Plaintiffs.: I hy the State be advertised and sold r. H. Heddlsh, N. 1). Ureen and
this the 7th day of May.ItIS to th.' hlKhest .bidder for cash. A.IIr"I"t L It. Starling.HlHlng an adequate insurance -
Project hwve Uncovered! that Frod | hv Chapter 18296 of the ; Malingers, tlrltt Alvarex.i .

!'. Cone IH the 110th governor of.Kloil'Jit i't--I'IAt. RRAI-) '4 A It A FT A. n ENCKI3 et a I .. of the Leiclslatlire. upon I i lu.nle (Crawfurd Tate Alvarea, and Estate-
A. J. THOMAS DefendantsNOTICR thfollowlnir described real estate I-Jmi.ry Lew In.liruoker .
tttnce Ponce de Leon; and Clerk of Clrrnlt, Court ofItrailford 1 HKHEHV OIVRN TO In the County of Bradford State ofFlorida I : Clyde Kelley,

if modern executives! are some-1 Ci.iinly.. Florida Harah A. D Encke. Ethel M. Ma.ne. to-wlt : C J. CreuM.M"n"l..rH.. nnd K. T.
-.. ::1-\1-:\ -27. __ '. Jessie. M tlm.... II..IIM."I I bv DOlitlcal enemies i if them If alive, and If dead to I 13. containing 40 Acres.more ,
-- ----- 21 A. J. cmtFFIS,
;'f- exceeding; I ;; their authority let I ..: OP Hti.n OK T\X ;"he unknown: heirs, devisee of*, I'Jta-ttirnf I up less. Secretary.J ;
tees, Hi-antees or assigns to he sold npe evidencedby .
Tintuxes' it Cluilrmnn.
I tlulr, critics consider the dictator- f'U'I'I.'T"\ :"IIVRN thnti the alx.ve named defendants, that certificate N"... 17 .and Uu of lard: : I .- lfIJtP.. praises the
of An,liew Jackson and the VOTICR I IS i suit has been InHtltiited against and 110\:1:\ : respectively and representtinpnlil -
I If'
ship with
:. c. runner hns filed circuit Court wisdom of the husband
In the -
I each of them 'taxes for the yours 19.11!' to \ 'fO\
the that the tuxeel '
t abholute powers wirMed by inwritten rei-tiest| for llradford Ci.untv. Florida, hv thefiling nrf.\ IK.Hi InclusiveatnountlnsT tn.
'tlflcalex" tciKetlietwith' all Sllhiliilt i whose lives
of complaint
.. bill memory
f worn '
I atl..lllntlld.... i-inltleil. levied taxes held a 133 51 IXenmr Hill \on. 111.1)
| or l.v H. c. lloltxendorf and hlB wife, ..tnV'4: of NW Kx. nv. 1
and Income
: advertised
f All- KcthftFlorldu hus had eight I '-v the Ihi. State hltthCHt he l.l.lcler. for eaxh us Kihel Marie lloltBcmlorf fop thei.iirpi.se I 111 ..t \VIlY."" 14 Tp Q S. 11.'n ] \V. Henry Andrews, holder of 6/8 through Monthly

to remove cli.uclM and riuletIII ,K citiitalnlnK :3d Acrfts, more !1 i.t Tax Cerllflrate, No. .141, .
j adelantiiUos., 61 Spanish governors I'n,,vlili-il. by Chapter 1S29I of the I. I,,, the following lands lying 1..1. Insurance.
or less.The the Oth., day of I
September D.1IIH2.
; Leulslature, I A
7 nrlK of the upon (
limited authority seven In Pradford county .
of more des'-rllif-d real estate and being 'luxes tc lie sold nr evldenceilt.v I : has same In m.v officeand I
, iiliH followlnsT ,Klurlila. to-wlf: I ... M and 118 of 19.11ami fl.d ,
teriitorJul i-ertlflcate nun foi
)0111(il h governors seven ili> r..unlv. of lli'iiilfurd Mlate ofliillilll. C..mnienclng' 210 feet Vest 111'1.11'11101 a tax'
anil ..
1933 respectively: representiinpitld deed tu I.e .. I
i Kovernora (one military) andtweiityacvcn ,I :vK 1 ..if lo-wlt SM-'I:'' se, :I m TP. Q s n. nnd Mvrtlf streelH Mhl..and i.f "Maillsnn run 1- I taxes for the years 19:10: tonix Said certificate' Ih..r"nl embrace* thr tol-|
1 Went, nlonic' S-.llth .. .
stale governors (one '!2 I H i-iiMialnlnir Acres, nii.n* Street 210 feet to Westmoreland hoth Inclusive, amounting lowing: ilesc-rlbed property In the

prii.-iHionali. Of this, number five i ..r. ICKHI Street thence South I $51.91. of N of Fly County of Itradfurd, state of KloilU. -
,I The taxes to lie ..111.1 l l are ,evidencedv ALSO : NKW: NR'/i were acting nf Southwest corner of Madison I Sec IH I S. II 30" 13., con at NR Cop of S" '
j were temporary eight -v certificate N'os BUS of Ifl'IO re1 along ..,,Westmoreland Street ;; If'A' ;.. or less 4 of NKl/1
iMlnlnir more
one was deponed and Inter rein- '1 spoctlvelv. ancl represent unpiildfor 1 I 42H feet, thence East .at rlsrhtallRles Tin1 tHxt-B to he "nld. are, evidencedhv 8 Hun S 716 ft. W 481 ft. N 748
.. 192'!! to 1931,
In office (one the yearn ti.. Mild, Street' 810 t..I. I reillflciite No*. 1* and 87 ofi'i"S
: tit n led. two died 'I.'x.h Inclusive, anifiuittf. .. to 151 .511.Silcl thence Xn.lh- 420 feet to point iinrl Hill\ : respectively, and repreKetit .

j dt ownmg before he could imsume tax ,i-ertlf IcateH tog-ether with n f hcKlmiinsT, In Oasklns addition I tinpalil taxeB for the :v."r.I" -
, I., .ill "suhseiiient| omitted, or Levied Htaike and de,,-
hiM duties) and two weie neverrccognl.ed v... will he sold fi the hlsrhesti to Town of of same axClark's I to Ift.lfl.: hoth tncttiHlve amount- 111
Ivnated on map ,, to 117.12.Maid .
: : by the United Suites i bidder at the Courthouse door In "( S-acre Dlock" In Section tnx certificate*! tnirether with OC3OI IOE3OI OCO *
the "7th ilnv of May I03H I rO OCOZ
Township 8 South.HanKc ,
ill .ill, Hiihniiuent 1 omitted or Levied
: government.
, nt 11:00: o'clock A M.Luted 28 Hast and containing tnxefi will be Hold ,in the hiKhentV Iii'Iii'e
Under the regime ( 176317Si this the 7th day of M.iy. .
English t wo acres, me.re or less.nd <1d..r nt the Coiirthonve, door 111Stnrkn on
: and the laler Spanish rule 'milt nr"Ff"I.RI'A' f.) \ von nnd each of you ordered and I f on the 20th div of :May. 1SI3S. e oo e
In Interest ore
all. o'clock A. M.
persona at 11:00
(1783-1821)) Florida had two governniH A. ,F. THOMAS to appear In saidcause .
j and required Dated thin the .loth da> <>( April.IMS
Clerk of Circuit Court Monday. June 6th. loa toniHWer I WHEN IN NEED OF
I The first eight or adeluntndos I Ci.unty, Florida on Hill of Complaint soxhlhlted : .
Bald .
iKI-'irTAT.. SKAT.)
exercised extraordinary :, :'.: -&-21.oO'I'U'I'. attains as defendantfallliiKT ..,

powers of legislative and judicial I I which, a decree you pro ....nt........ I I I J.rk THOMAS.I ofheiilt. I'ourt of11radfird 1

: > : or .. % ir. OK TAX vi-lli be entered' anainst you and "i'i>iiut %', Plot.,idn 1I
authority. Andrew Jackson the 1':11'1" fl'1I' 1''':'' eiuh of you. ,.K-3I-K-20. I I''

fit-.1 American executive was a XOTIcn M HHIlKltY' (IIV. S that It IB further ordered, that this no11e I -- ". -
W H Kmlth hits filed with I be published once a week for %0'I'H'K OK "MI.I5 OFT1X
. mP.lt.iry! governor who succeeded I ..tie, written feculent that the tax 'nur COIIMCI.ultve weeks In the Hraofi.rd I (,t"T"'lr\'r.. "

lo ill the powers of his Spanish r..rtlflcntvB. linrethi'p with all Coiintv Telenraph' a newspaperhnvlnsT .VOTH'K IS HKIIICHV. III'fo1lh..1
ctuent .-inlll-il up 'levied taxes "h-I' i a Renerul circulation and I linnnett hiiK filed with mei
I pi< ''cccsHurs tn office although ''\' the *
, -', II.M .uccenBors were shorn of much I'"i Hie hlKhest hidcler for cash .. d' tONTHtllWith all BIlbBe-
M.l-d' l.v Chapter, 1K21H' of the ( VH and oltliKIIRD' nt Starke, 11.M* mnl'fed nilivl,-d taxe held
of his authority. I "i: 7 .1'tK if the l xlslature, upon florlda, this 6th day of :May ,\. I>. I i\' thi* '.t.iti* )I... ml. vertlBed, and Bold
-- + -- ii.. foll.-vvliiw: di-Hi'illic-d I real estateHie ni 'ti> th" hlirln-ft' Milder" for ranh ahnolil
I c. .mi""f llrnilford Htate ofKli.rl.lii ((01"11.1.\1. H": \ 1.1 | ,<.fl by I'hapti ,r 'IR21i'' .nf 'tin-
//' MTSRY'S UKAC11ils towltMWi : A J. THOMAS: I ,t'M7. in-tK, "T. tin' frlHlatiu ... iittt I <>.>.
I of H\S i Sectl! Tp 7 S. It"i Clerk of Cliiult Com'I, t.<- fnllowinir, IHI.rl!>,.d real e t"t.r
,\ Kflle\ ('I'U" fonl for.Mi.s I -.iiiliilnlMK, 411 Acres, More llMidfi.rd Coiinly' FliirlilaT Hi r'->i-ilv" ,>f Itriidfiiid. Slut.' uf;

I or less.The I I Ft n >,ik I.a 1I.1t'lIm Florida, to-wlt:
in '''-H I i ,liHnlil nre evidenced Ml., .".. v for, Plaintiff. i iim Amin ,NK i"m. of SRi': ', ofM
/ Kctha Geiger. of Starke '''' c-rllflcnle Nns. 4111 of 181.1 reuicl I I i- -M-ll-1. !', K: nf Sttltilliilld. Vn I 'i iKe il Let Us Serve You

Bpcnt Ihfc week-end here with Mr.ni. \ \ >' |I' | represent: lini.niilx. :I -' -- <- Id Tp I! S K 22 R.' <.,mtalnlntc :
., :. for the your* HIS ,to ti'ts.ill I I NOI'U 10! nK .Htl".l.] OK TAX: I Ai-re., nmre or II-BK.
.',IIH. I'.olieit (,;1'\\\ COI'd. .- hicliiBlv*. ,iiitioiintlnaT to : :" KIITIFH'ITFHNOTICE Thtax* H ,to Inoli. artivlilem, .i.d ,

: ,' .ind Mis K N. Cr.twford: ut- 'i Id 'iix i et ririuiti's ...."th..'SMUI"I! : ; : is IIKItlOllV: UIVEN that I !hv .-....tlr".I.. :NUN 141 ,ru.cl,. :I1H nf
? ill mih, eiiucnt, omitted, or I I I.. II. neiunnrk has filed with mewritten !it2: nncl lit"i! : i.enp..f ""..Iy. and rep-
l. r '( '..icflil .U-HILXB tor II .::. axes. will Insold\ tn the ruinu-Ht that the lax certificates "i--t-tt niii.til! ..IX.... for the year

HO"b"B' at St Oruig.i, Jl., on dil'-r nt thiCtinthiiuse door In luiceilKir' with all Bui.Heiiuentmilted ill to '!'I"!", li.lh. lriclii, l\i-. atnountInir -
( "linkion, tlv 27th rtnv of M.iy 193S.it I or ,levied tnxeB held bv the I tn $24.91\. o i:

'J.. ,i.;, t I I-Oil oVli.ck 1 A M -ttiile' lie advertised' and Bold to the'ilKli'Ht ALSOXVVi i.f. SH' He!' 21 Tp u. z n '

Lillie rJslhcr Gelgci hall rolurn-' I .l >uted tlilM Hi.7tll day of May.OITICIAI. .. bidder for cash an provided I r H II 21 10: ,, lalnliiK 40 ; o
.qI" Chapter IK216 of the 1917 mtsif I
by AirB, "iiiiii-f or leMRThe ,
.'<1 homo lifter" jfendlng u week ,. !HK.XI.i Hie I.eKlBliilure, upon, the followim tnxi'B to. .be Bold aiv fvldemodliy n i iU

with her giundp.Hf, Mr. nnd A. .1 THOMAS: > ; cU-Bi-rihed real estate In the I I, iitiric>iiiN'OB. 101 .ml 27"i>f19.JII
: I"| clerk. of cin. .iilt c-'itrt ofI "onntv ..f Hrudford State of Flop- ittiil 1 HIM:\ reBiieet Ively. and repeni -
Ail'. :Q.: C. Gclger, near Starke. I Draclford Ci.utilv, Klorlda. Ida to-wlt: ..* titiiiald 'laxeM for the years (

C' K; Crawfoid. Robert Crawford :a-II. : or. 27.OTI4 Lot :"i Wi& of r.ot 14 And All 1929 to li'H both Inclusive, amount- U
-- -- ------ 1..1 I IK 19. 20 ct B"j of Lot H2 I till tn f 12!' Oil We have a complete Job Department and. we can give you
Rn.t R. J. CrHWford were businrst 1-1 \ H OK l.K OK TAfK.IITIKIt' \1 In Woodlawn Vec. HO Tp. 6 S. H. .M-SI1: Tot 9V'" of Lot 21

vlxiints to Jaclisonvlllo laat ,TKIN'OTICF 22":.. contalnlnK BO Acre*, more I & All Exit 2ft In Woodlawn Hoc o .
=" IM IIKKKHY IIIVKN thnt or less.i ::10 l Tp. 5 H. H. 23 R.. containing D neat and attractive work on either cheap II
: week) t.nlu, J. Nltholson. has filed with I n.- lakes to .... sold, are evidencedhv 2H Acres; mopfl op Ie".. or expensiveI"I""

Miss Effle Crawford and MHSHuth | ne written "request 1 that the tax certificate x...... 178 and H40 ofl I The las to be Bold are evidencedbv
I certificates together with all subecueiit <>27 and 1D.11: respectively and represent certificate NOB. 833 and 843 oflt0 demands the S II
Johns weie visiting friends | omitted or le\led taxes held. taxes for the years I'jiS to :! and 1931 respectively, and represent papers, as your taste or as particular piece

in GalnMnvllle. tinturday night. ',v the State .lie lldvi-.tlsed and sold IH3H. both IntluBlve, aimmntlnit to unpaid taxes fur the yearH. i ,
'.. the hla'heBt bidder fop cash asprovided till ) .HOSnltl 1929 to 1'JIH! both Ini-luBlve, .amount- o
.. of We handle all
---.-- -- hv Chapter 1X210 of thITI7 lax certificate together with inK to |tori.49. printing requires. work promptly, and I:

An American womim does not l ai-ts of the I.i-lflelatlire" upon .ill Hiil.Heiiueiit. omitted or LeviedtaxiH Said. tax certificates. tonether with !
foliowlns: descril.eil real estate will be sold to the hlKhest .all subsequent omitted or Leviedtaxes
line her citizenship upon her marriage ''n, the Coiintv of Uraclfcil-d Htnte offloilda : '.Iclder. nt the Coiirthoiine door Instarke. will be Hold to the hlgheBt give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are iil

to a foreigner under a law ,..-w It : on th" 11th dnv ot May, bidder nr the ('''"rl !h.>ti." door InSiarke I II Io
"f.10 II oitv Snh-niv Fast' IH.IS. .at 11 :(10 o'clock A. M. on the 2Qth day of May. 1938.

P Ha September 2. 1922 'l.awtev Hec. S3. 24. 2.1, 28 Tp. 6 I Muted tills the 23rd day of April, il, II :00 n't'luck ,\. M. more reasonable than you can secure outside of the city.j :

_.. I S 11 22 K I IMSi Mtltrd this the :HOIIl day nf April o
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th -v,.,. i" |h. sold nre evidencedI OFFICIAL. SKAI.) I91K
Two t nv Hpockit. off the southern I I liv" celtlfii-nte Nos. m and 74l of I, .I' Tllf.XfAHclerk ("" ," SRAL) j eVe] solicit orders forLETTER D
const or Newfoundlnnd are the ">"* and I'm respectively, and repsetit :. .;,t'i.I,11:; Court ofHradford I A .1. THOMAS.Clerk your o '
I i.-i.-ild luxe* fenthe' veins County Florida. of Circuit Court ofIti'iiflfm'd I 11:11:
only remaining territorial posnealons I "'127 ,to 1114. hoth Inclusive, amotintxnlcl I 4201513. Ci.untv.. Flu! i"l". .

of France In North America. I' ,... I.. SHi! 7u B-6-31-5-20. I J''
tax ccrtlflc-iites tiiirether with MITK'H Of .4 \1.l-2 ..tTtX ---- --
They are the Island of Mlquelon I I 'I BtihM'-iinent oroitterl, or Leviedtaxes f Klirir'IC\TK*. 01'1.' '- nf .. ? ... OK vNOTICR \ \ HEADS :,

and St. Pierre.TIIAIX. will lie sold tn the hlKhestldr NOTICE IS HIOItKIIV (\IIVKN; thatOrvinu ('..:IITIFIC \.....:"
<' at the Courthouse door In .. ,\. Itennulds has filed with IS HKUKHV ( !IVP>J thnt I
-- -- I ,l".rl the '>7ll. .,., v. of ; 191it *.
: SCIln.M.'I.E: 11.On: o'cliick A. M. .ni.tit icates toicvlhui, with all subleiiuent written reriuent thar the tax ieriIcaten STATEMENTS
Sch,"1ule of trains Arriving here ..iii-d Ihli- the "III ,il.iv ...t.0'; nnilttml, or levied taxes. held tofrethep with all subsequentomlted .
t 19aN by the State ha udvertlsud and sold I op levied taxen held hy the i
t dally. Subject to change without (>I"'WJ.\I. M": \ I.) n the hlKhest bidder for cash aailovided State be advertised and sold. to thehtirliest CIRCULARS
notice. A. J. THOMASCleiir : by Chapter 18396 of the Milder fop rand as piovldedbr FOLDERS BOOKLETS D ,
of Circuit Court ofTliiiirord '0.17: acts of the Ietclslature. uponbe Chapter 1S2H! of the 1917 netsif i
outh"oll..d- Htarke Cotintv" Klurlda. following I described real estate the flrlHiiture.) .. upon, the follow 0n
No. I- Local___ _u_ 10:48:: D. m. -.-1331527.NOT1CK I ; i the County of Itiaclford.: : illate of Inad."rlb..d real estate tn the BILL HEADS NOTE HEADS II IIU
Florida. to-wlt: County of Bradford State of Flop- n
No. 107-Through____ 9:03: a.m. ",n.- W'/ij of Tllk :io as Extended nnICnseys Ida. to-wlt:

:\'orthbound-lJue Sturke It HKItKIlT OIVRM: to Map Ex. H lOG ft. Original SR'i' nf folio:', fI..... '>2 Tp. R !( tS3 .
nil whom It inav rnncern that I Town of Htarke In NKViut K., containing 40 Acre, more
No. 2--Local_______ 6:13: : a. m. ,have riled mv Final It..I urn as I SWH Nee. 21 Tp. i H. It. 'ii K.. or Ie..". U VISITING CARDS

No. 108,--Through_ 5:04: p.m. 'Txeclilor of (he Fstnle "f F' nnct"u 'i n. tiiA-w tu be bold are evidencedby The taiesi to he sold. are evidencedhy
Taylor and will on the 17th of certificate Nos. 1010 of 19.1.1 respectively certlfU-ate NOH. 870 of 1913 resnectlvelv. o O
SUrk and \Vann Itmnch .htne A. P. I11H.:' apttlv 0 Hon. K: I and represent unpaid and represent the unpaid
No. 101 lenvett Starke 7OO: a. nv. Prrvnvi: .,. Cc.iiTitvTiidre wfrtrndfc.rd taxes for the years IttJJ: to IHI-: 'taxea for the yearH 1932 to 1 9'*. D
County, for cllscharsre as -i.h Inclusive, ,..amounting $269.40. ..tin liu-liiflve, ani'inntlns to fin 71. o ;
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:80: p. .till. KxeclltnrCVUl'S Said tax certificates together with W 4 of 8WU of

Dally except Sundays m'l O. T.' Yl.fllI. ..ill subsequent omitted or Levied lit'* ;'fJ"iofn SKI of NWl ,
'.- I I418.. taxes will be so III to the IIIKII. Sec. 22 Tp. e; H. It 23 ":. containing
Seal'Oird Airline Railway -- ---. ., ibl .r at the Courthouse door In 21 Acres, m'.re or less.

T J. GRIFFIN Agent.MITICK > o'rlC'Kliv MtarkM on the 30th d.iy of May. 1U.IH.it The tax...H to l>e sold ape evidencedbv SEE
the power ves'*>ct In them the 11.00: o'clock A. M. certificate NOB. 871 and 109 of US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDS

( : ; "iiifinl of I'ulillc Instruction fopti'ndford limed this Hie loth .1:1)' of April. 1111* and 1917: Pi-Howllvelv nnd r"..-
tn'I. OK T\\ Coiintv hereliv calls an 1t
lOa. i-enent the unpaid. taxea for the
< I'.H: '1'''''''' \ riNni'li'K -:-* .,lection In rioatclrnln Huh Hchof.l OFFICIAL. SEAL,
) ,
t vears 19.12 to I III ) liol h InuliiKltutmountlnsr
: ; .II IIKUKHY IIIVKN':; thntJ .1, lM-t \: i ? nnd Ntiirke .....h A J. 'II IOAI AH.Clerk 'n *B9 14
( ( 'V llohopts has filed with ..-I",,"..1 I fiun-ut. :No 1. tn he held. 1I11.v ef Circuit Court ofliuidfi.fd AlJ- I>la 11'. Lot 7 Town ofLawtev

ni... \\ilit-ii,. leciuent. I that the tax "I ti'ts In 'h.In..lr..ln. School County. Florlcla.Ml W of Uy He.. 2":: Tp ',
c -lift.,. ,it-M tnKfther. wllh all .sun- ,I..IIK.- n..d In the city Hill In the -.-8a52", R H 22: .R.. BRADFORD COUNTY
s ,I onillted" or levied. tuxes held I
.. I wli uf !Hii.rUe to determine wheth- The tnxeM to, I.e sold' evidenced I IIi
hv I'M4iiii. I.e ailvettlseil. and solilto ,'p or not liislrlct No 17 shall contlil IK r! III- .. \l.l: (IK T.' \ bv ,'...reltlPlIl.10.: ... 707 of 191.1 respectively
,. 10" hlllheBt lilllilel, ft, ".|| HHpr I > vl.h mni-U > "I|wtrlcl Nn. 3to I KllflKIC: '!'.... and reprenent the unpaid
-- l-cl '.v Chill.ter l R2'Q! ..t tlmI'.I'T I
elect three trilBteen and deteptlnc vitTH'K IH IIKHKHY. : C.1VEN' that iaxB fur thn wars l' :33 to IMS,
: iiIK nf the LeKlslatlire' upon th.* ii-iioiint of nikllaare tn I.ed '. C Mi l\ In ban filed with me writen both IneHlHive, am"1.!** 'T' .T
the ',,Hi.\vliiK. .1.\| \ peal I nslaleIn ... .. ... I ,
'''H' .. III .n..II..1H.'rl. ri <|ii-xt' that the tux certificate, ALSOJH: A In NW Cor of
I" 'titiK. nf llrailfuril, Mlate' .if I ... fnr the eii-'iilnic two years. .,.IEtin ,r with all subseciuent omlt- NWkj' of Nil'( N of IfTp. o
..1..1! i. liiwltIIIW ". ititiiri-t'B for said election' will H.I or I I.\-d tutus h-lil by I the State B H It 22 R;.: containing 4
> t |"itt\l. x Trul.v'sAdiliiion ',.. ndi ttN.-d. and sold to the hlwhst I Acren. more or len*. K
.. tu Htarke, In N13 Cor ofHI .. TELEGRAPH
IIOATDUAI.VIt bltldt-r. fur cash bfhaplet
at* prt.vbleci > 1 tie luxes to be MOM are evidenced o :
c NW", \\ of Uy Me.2H 'I I I I. Leo ISi'ild of the IU1 acts ofhe lnr certlflcBte Vos.. 7'IO of 1113! respectively Ii '
TP o s. n as K.Tlv '
\VV.. Colemanruireii Leirlsl.iture, III..... the fc.llowlna nnd represent the unimld -
I.IM.-S: lo lie sold are evidencedhv : <- llrlffls lescrlbecl real estate In the CountyHttidford. .. .
,. taxeM foi thiy aiH I I'l' ;.! tohuth
". 'n'' '- VLB llo of iml f''i.m Lewlt* < State, of Florida' tort .". liii-lii.lvi>. nmoiitith a to
; Hpectlvelx nnd .. '
represent r"-I HTAKKKK. : -It : 117 81.
I tux n, the years I'til: to I A. HcottI N'S of NRl, SW'i, of NRli ALSORR't of NB.4 of NRli I

both .t-. i tn lve. ilmo.intlttH-" P. llrt'vtlC Also That 1'i.rtlon of SK'i ofvVli WK. NKi', of ,.... '
.\ l. Vl-.t, of HI.:"', Km14 Tp. v..t I'V"t.
.1 Mowedniin :
K of Put.llc Itoad al.out of A- BR'of ofNRli
v. I 'IK.. J "liilnlMa: 49A. W White. 3 Acres Sec. It Tp. 7 H II JO K: lit XFCVi of 8W 4 of NRV.Sec JOB '

t -- .iti'H. ior,. lewsTh I. .MlIt! .;r. .ao K.ntalnliiK 193 Acres, more ,>iles *7 Tp ,> H M 11,, K: .--iiituli,, .,
i \ -) it he Bold "'>- e\ ItlencedV DEPARTMENTo
". NUB 107, and 1H of .1---'\0 (J1'H' nO'- -.. .-..- -..... T'-" The ta..... to lie sold are evidenced. j The'Inir 90 tHX Acrei... to ,be More Bold. or are l.evldeiued*e.. a i''

14' i 'i : re-4nei-tlvi |> nm! replesen I < KH'PIKICV" 'T.IIII : .)' certificate NOM, HI and 64 of HMO, '.\ i-ertlflrete ;Von AU ..< I In1 respectlvely. .
'th. unpaid. taxeii fop theVe >TCv|: MKIll-'MV: IIIVKV (...it j"mil l "i 4 respectively, and representiji.liald and represent the unpaidtaxe OC3OI .
IU-IK" l.oUl Ill.luslve.I'MT I f 'tnnl- Molt has filed with taxes for 'OCO. OrOc. 'ocoO=C
the years 1929 to fur the y.'urn | >*:3 tr. pim, j ;
m. n ? '
11 I"Iflcateh
me ivrltt.-n request. that the tax I .both Inclusive, amounting to t both lnlu lve. amountln to UU 13.
toaerhei with ''In, i' t. n-ethet with all auhIHU 1Q1.21.:)
Said tax rertlf IcateN
iil "H'' lnltli.U Levied .. 'lax tof-ethet wtrh .
n >> II| omittecl or levied taxea helil Said certificate together with all .U"'lu.nl omitted or Levied -- =

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NEW\ SENATORS FORTY-ONE() Real Catch of I the Floi! Mln. IMtrim I < 'onimn ''imsiild

NINE I 1 todnv 'I 1 h.' ((01)' ''' 'in; i I' Ii i nf
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: LIVE STATE NEWS 1"lorltlii' olin ,('"* .i if, n' J., I I' .' ".i. -
NEW REPRESENTATIVES WILL SIT : 1 ly three mlll'on' ho', .'I I. i < fliutt '1

r'A L V1Ol1lI>.\ FACTS IV SHORT I'AU.UJItTIIS year Tl),' ('"r.n' : I i, '-!ly "1
I j movement of Flcrid ono ('ui' 'ior-
-- --- I nit oranges has bi-en HVMI' .Ing ,.
_.. -' %.i.'ir. Cfr I FIRST \\TKKME1X; )NSOKAJIUMPKA : NE:\\' \TOIt IIOMK over 3,300 CBVS p0I'i w."'5 'rh ,+ t tI t

I ,, J. II Butler, GAINESVILLE Miss Georgia I'i the equivalent of 1.I.<)4)1I)(> t I5(10,000 .-

n Senate Roster For 1939 Session ; Run Off Races May I Ii of Ux-sburg. wm, paid SflriO FOB, SI'agluo, Gainesville mild/ ,today she |I ( ( boxes I pr wi"'K 'I I his In ;

i *H.H. et's.'. i, for the first ciirloid of Lake 1 had let a contract for the erection :I I, 250,000,000: iiidivl.lual 01'.,iv .. .p' 'I'
Bring Additional C'ounty watermelons shipped to of a large two story brick home 1 week or about two orange< week
1 flowing list of senate District 19! Walter W Rose, 'I I, ("hicngo Volume shipments will\ which will be occupied by Unlver- for every man. \onum, i luUI? ) .nd

1 '" r", the 1939 session of Orlando. I: Changes In Two : bt-Rln this week I'I slty of Florida football squad and \I! baby In the TJnltHd, StRti" Of

legislature holdovers District 20Sen.. Charles A. RostersThere I i other university athletes. To be i.imrflB they should 1 be eitlns thin! '
I''" I ICumming. I' !
Ilmt' the odd numbered Savage/ of Ocala and Dr. n. C. .5 i iF I| known as "The Gator Club" tft. amount every day Ko v. e ha on't
isi\si; rifiiirA(JIILEKSBURG. ; >
"' .
,11"'1" ,i id I not run in the pri- of Ocala, in run-off. F .fd-.4 .. Clinics for the j| ]new project estimated at -10.000, yet reached the si tut'a ''I I i ;.. mt '.

III" ,1',,, viir Senators, renom-In District 21Henry\ Coulter will :at least nine new I : I .: dou-ctlon and curing of nyphllllsl i will be located on the northwest ''willoranl's I But we are giat'TigrIn
I r.i.Vd, with opposition Bronson. I'i "
", : orner of West University Avenue sight of It.
senators and are being held In the city hall cv- "
rf> 'leI ,"mi primary or replaced by District 22S. D. Chll ke, of fifty-one new representatives .tr'L ely Tuesday from 1 to 3 In the aft- I, j and Seventh Street. "The Gator -- .. .. .-
are designated/ : when the 1939 Leglsla Club"
\\ momb-rs Monticello, unopposed. will have forty-one bedI'roins FAMILY
? W, n. Mapolss ernon. These clinics bring sponsored I-'OU ALL THE :
plallll'l I 1 ture convenes. I and large dining hall with liccause of Hexall Onlt-iiles
District 23-George F. West- by the city of Leenbury and I j'I 1
('n.tVIl'W brook Clermont. Reports to The Associated Pres" I any person within the city UmlU., iccommodatlona! for eighty. I chocolate flavor, rhildrrn never "

?, 11'1, 2 Senator Philip D. District -David Elmer Ward showed three senators who sought who la unable to pay/ for texts and :i I --.-, kick at taking this gentle itivative.I .

JJl ml Jack J. Maher, both of of Fort Myers nominated. Sen. re-nomination were defeated They j treatment may be treated at these I'I KEY UKST LOSES: I Women appreciate Oriei'tt..i!! for I',.

Penan'1, ln runoffput. Arthur Gomez of Key West, resigned arc Sen R L. Sweger of Quincy clinics 'I JACKSONVILLE For the first Its gentleness Men piefei Otiler-,

". l io't 3- .D, Stuart GUlls De- to become circuit Judge. Sen. A. G. Me Arthur, of Callahan i *_ Th .- -- -- time in SO\ years!' Key West failed lies for its thornughne-H City I
Funmk springs. District 25Joe Shunt Port St. and Dr S. C. Smith of Lake City i to name the 24th District State ''RC'xall Orderlies at I tli.1! 'Ii! '{aU

frI 4 Judge Amos Lewis Six whose terms expired did not' ': : FAT 1.1)lUES Senatorial Democratic nominee Drug Store rnipentci? '" DrugStore .
jWitl Joe.District MIAMI. Dorris Bleati 38) clr-
M'trlannn nominated. Sen. 28--H. S McKenzie! ( of run again. L I Key.: West citizens for half n cen- In Starke
o! CUll fat lady who earned her living I
not Palatka renominated. Three nominated without ,. I Lilly nnvp reprenentc'l! time district --- ,
did run.itrk' were I
c Wynn : r I
,i I..hn under the! mime of Diamond Kitty ,
5H., N. Walker. Wa- District 27H. G Murphy, Zolfo opposition. Sen. W. C. Hodges, of 0-f composed of /Monroe, Lee Collier
I died of heart trouble at n hospital
Stfltofl' Springs. Tallahassee Sen. S. D. Clarke of I IMonticello 1 $b14d4t! I \. She once weighed 730 poundsbut I and Hen dry Counties David Elmer BEYOND THE GAS MAINS
kllUa District 28--.Hubert A. Price, of and Sen. Lucas Black Ward of Fort /Myers ( Lee I
L. Wilson of011IIUV the illness had reduced her to
6- I
pigtilpt County) the '
on basis
Ormond, nominated over Caspian of Gainesville. of unofficial
defeated Sen. R. L. Sweger. 430 Ten orderlies were necessary i l return '
broke the
1 Hale of New Beach Hale long succession
Dlsl"l't 7 S. L. Holland. Bar- Smyrna Threo In Kun-Off layton Conway (left ) and Don to transfer her from a specially j jof Monroe County senators polling' FIU.THE WOOD-BOXTHe
1937 house member. Sen. F.
was Three seeking renomlnatlon will I reinforced bed 10 the hospital |I FIRE WENT 01fl AND COMPPINYcCMINGI.WELL.t
toW B. Nordman did not run. go into run-off primaries on May Butlei "had something there"when i, ') 7,163 votes to 3.085 for Melvin i .
? 8 W. C. Hodges! oflal1alla8rit'e morgue. Russell of Key West Nomination WAS
DlHtnci" District 29J. D. Dagger, MIIC- 24. they landed .1 large-mouthed .
unopposed. 1 I -- -- ----- In this Democratic state I it!' innta I DESPERATE SO I CALLED ThEPYROIAX"
I clenny
Among those who defeated bars welKhlng eight pounds and PAKTV LKADKIt DIEM I I "
opponents |
-George A. Dume, In- District 30 -R. S. Adams, of.IIISpt'I' I mount to election GAS PEOPLe AND
for renomination J. and und LAKE CITY James Branch I
renomlnated. Is I lone ounce tvu-nty-three I i ---- -. --.- -. -- TOMORROW lU. HAVE A
vernes Turner Butler of Jacksonville, I Hodges chairman of the Democratic I I
catchI ; '
Dlat'lel, 10- W T. Davis and R. District 31-Peter Kendrick St. one-half inches lone The |I rosr OF \OTINO:'\ BRAN P-NEW MAGIC CHEF
designated the nineteen holdover Executive Committee ofFlorida
1\0 me] both of Madison In Augustine. by one of the best recorded in Indiana .IACKSONVILLE. It cost Duvul PYROFA GAS RANGE!
i r senators for president In 1939! for the last six years, nnd i|
Herbert C. Harper District 32-Lucas Black of I / County taxpayers 10 88 centh
runoffSen. for a long time- wus made in a long prominent In legal circles of I
per vote cast in the
New house Members Tuesday
,dill not? runinstrict Gainesville renomlnated gravel pit along Pint Rock near thin State, was found dead In his primary
11 J. Locke Kelly 33--A. O Stuurt. elections The Duval Boardof
District Kanner -
Associated Press show here at 10:30 o'clock
reports Moorelnndi I, law office : | '
(Cli.i'".\ate?'. ed this house lineup: I : Saturday night. The examining ed County Commissioners alit imort I'I'i (
P. Parker of of : 1 | the payment of election hills I
?mutual" District 34- Pat Whitaker, New members, 41. I I physician said his death was due

May, ,lenominated. Tampa (president of. senate in Old members returned, 43. South's I Progress I I: to a sudden heart attack I aggregating $8.108 tA the Democratic

DistriCt 13- E. R. Graham Pen- 1931)) nominated. Sen. Henry C. Old members in run-off, 11. .. and Republican pilmarles'there
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Tlllman did not Called "Explosive"I I II were 41.281 votes east Thrfigure '
"Icn Fourteen members of the 1937 (jCt AFTKU TANKS I 1
Wooford of -- I' of $8,108: does not Include
r .f' 1 ill Lindler. District 35--John R lieacham i
house who sought renominatlon MIAMI J M Lee
j i
I! in the term freqtiently : the cost of the voting machines.
l.i:, < ,itv. defeated Sen. S. C.Ml West Palm Beach. were defeated. Twenty-seven members : personally accompanied Mherlffal'
District 30- Sen. Wallace Ter- I tised lo describe the roraaikablc priced III $J,180 In the current
i did not seek to return ] deputies. to serve warrants on
I p., 'i I t 15: Charles K. Johns yin of Bradenton and Dewey A. I wive of Industriul ex- the State :' notations from t the Automatic'
firms which
of the old members owe gross
punslon recently wilnesaed in the i Voting Machine Corporation The
SUirkiHI Dye, of Bradenton, In run-off. : A feed
-' i I.i i 16 -Dan Kelly, jr., of District 37.--J. J Parrlsh TI- out returning were renominated with defeated South, Warren T. White General j'paid iccelpts$El29 taxes 58 when the demand company for I I ji county has purchased! un .I ,lenln! ,
opposition. Twenty-three -
Fcin.indinn (member of the 1937 tusvllle. Industrial Agent of the Seaboard :' At payment plan nini-ty-two of? thi'
the was presented. a
house? nominated over Sen. A. O.SIcArtliur. District 38- -JW.. Gideon, of opponents. Railway said 1 last week. Accord- i I'I money which failed, to machines; the city owns thirty
florist shop pny ; _
of There will be three former ing t'i the latest figures more -
of Callahan. Webster and John V. Monnhan, truck seized Two ,
District 17 -S: A. Hinly. Live Wildwood. apparently In run-off speakers in the 1939 house Theyare than 200000000.00 was spent for $56543 a also was served (;<) FOIC CKirri.K POM MM so GLAD"

Oak with returns. from all precincts not W. McL. Christie of Jacksonville I new plants and modernization of other warrants were VENICE A national effort to ...YOUlL LOVE lT.' I Ii

Ditttrtct 18J. Turner Butler ofJacksonville received. Sen. Fred L. Touchton. speaker in 1937; E. Clay 'exulting plants below the Mason- CANT-----STOP--- -HAUAIUF.STALLAHASSEE. -- -- bring all crippled children In the i WOULPN'T

i, renominated. of Dade City did not run. Lewis, jr., Wewahitchka, speaker Dixon line during 1J36! and 1937. The nation to [,Floi Ida, Is advocated by THINK OF ,
-- supreme
In 1931, and Peter Tomasello This Is approximately twothirdsof Dr Fred H Albee noleU? bono Jr., of Okeechobee speaker In total amount for Industrial i court ruled Governor Cone could of Venice and New York Ir r
the spent j Dr : ''HERE THE Ij
I M. Lee IN
I J I'i
House Roster For 1939 SessionIn not Comptroller
1933. W. B. Bishop of Nash, expansion in the entire ] compel I Albee points out that the climateof j
speaker in 1935, has not Sought re- ''country during that period. | to stop payment on salary Florida Is especially beneficialIn ,
The decision was "PVROFAX"GA5.
tin- following list of house son, of Gretna, defeated Rep. turn to the house. I "WhUe pulp and paper led the state employe of the treatment t of crippled chI!-
Benja- .
In the
down case
handed "
mrmbem nominated Tuesday for Amos H. Davis, of Mount Pleas fU'ld In this spectacular 8. who asked the court
ihp l ltd: session or entered In the i ant. Fuqua of Palmetto, did not run. developments were by no means.'mln his for joint diseases! me pructlaclly unI -
I to direct Lee to salary
scon, 1"< primary campaign those GADSDEN -Rep. E II. Slappeyof MANATEE -- Rep William J confined to that IndiiKtry On the I I Itcontrnry. the final nix months pay of 1937 us I known among FlurldiL children;
1I'wnlinat..d., defeated or not running renomlnated. I i I <1 drawing on his of
Havana unopposed Ray, of Bradenton wide diversity characterizes 'executive! secretary of the Everglades I lan many years
.ut designated: MARION. B. Folks of Ocala. the list of in- I j practice In Florida he cites nui i
GLADES--Rep. Joe H. Pe pIes ,, new enterprises National Park Commission. No need to wait till you're ile-

ALACHUA-Rep. Fred! D "Bry- of Citrus renominated. I Rep. A. P. ( Sam. Rule did not run 'uuxuriited. Outstanding examples -.-.----.- ----- melons cases which have beneflti pcratc..ctiU us toil.iy, and begin.

ant. of Gainesville renominated.; GULF--E. Clay Lewis, Jr of 1 MARION-Harry C Dozier, of''':include textiles cigarette manufacture -I PATROL FOI& AI-U'HITA i 14"1 by residence in this state! and enjoying he economy, efficiency!/ ,

ALACHUA-Rep. J. C. (Jap) Wewahltchka, speaker of 1931 leg- Ocala and Marcus" Frank, of Ocalu '': chemical plants, box fac-I GAINESVILLE Sheriff J. P.Ramsey says that a compailnon of the cliI j andcMjdllicssof"pynOFAX"Ggcooking

[limit,, of LaCross unopposed. in mn-off. Rep. W E Smith did 1: lories, food processing, plants and I t tI said road 1 patrol will he I mates In this various sections of i it at once! < r rYou'lL
islature, nominated Rep. I : a I II
Edwin Fraser of rot run. I II I garment making What Is more, I thaI country definitely show that be surprised to know
BAKERRep. of AiachtmaCounty t
I the highways
I Dendy did not run placed on
I Evans of the tendency thus fur In 1938 In ;I Florida has mil advantages from that"p\ROFAX"Gas Service is oinexpensive. >
MtrJinny nominated I MARTINRep Crary. date.
; GILCHRIST Rep. O Lamar at an early Ramsey
the The "PYHOPAX"Gas
toward even widor. diversification. i standpoint
"MAY ItepCarl Gray, and J.E Crocker of Trenton in run-off Stuart. unopposed. [I I "It has been since I I| said! the rond patrol wits authorized regulating equipment is proTidctfiK -

day when the South was conoilei'ed |
I n! run-(iff. HAMILTON--Rep. F. B Harrellof T. S. Caro. both of Key West, Agricultural.' County Commlsr.lon and will be LAKELAND: A plan for tlui. the small installation charge of'

BAY Rep. 11. L. Sudduth of Jasper, renomlnated 'probably In runoff.NASSAUThomas. I I Products Trinririly of :Industry exceed by I made tip of two patrolmen The! ,elimination of cut-throat price 49.7, The gas itself costs as lie-

Punam't: City, renominated. HARDEE M. G Farabee and 'I I Shave, Jr., i I I nearly three times the products of decision to put the patrol In operation cutting practices among aim ipersof tie as }.< per meal per person.
1ltADFORD-oGeorge H. Inman. G. W. Williams In run-off. Rep. of Fernandinn. Rep Dan Kelly I! Ramsey explained, Is tho 1 cltiiid fruit, was advanced last "PYROFAX" Gas is real gai.
and manufacturing
Kop Fred Hazen did not run. W. A. Hendry. of Fort Green did Jr of Fornandina was elected to ; agriculture yet at outgrowth of accidents in this 1 I week by Chester C. Fosgale. representing not a liquid fuel, and with it you.
continues an accelerated -
\'ARD-Rep. Noah B. Butt not I'un. sen lite. expansion. |county which have taken a toll of' : the United Shippers and banish firewood, coal, ashes

of Cocoa renominatedHK I HENDUY-Rep E. L. Stewart OKALOOSA -- Rep. Robert F I rate"Virginia eleven lives and Injured 30 other 1 Growers, ut a meeting of the planning soot wicks and messy fuels for

/ WARD -- E. K. DeLoach of Clewlston unoPpolled.HERNANDO.D. Slkos of Crestview, rcnominaled I North Carolina South persons since the first of the 'cnr. I committee of the Florida CII- ewer

Hid iolm S Burwell, both of Fort M Johnson, over' MnlHe MartinOKEECHOEEn ,( Carolina. Georgia Florfla and Ais. - --_..-- -" -- '. run Coinmlnslon held Il<'re. "Our

I.miuliile! in run-off. Rep.I' Brookiville, nominated. Rt'p..t- I : : --. Peter Tomas- I" bama --comprise the heart of the GETS AKOKNT VOTK' I present cut-throat method are I

,1 ii' L Rogers did not seek ren"1I:1.'llon A. rooglcr! did not rnn. j. ello, Jt, (speaker of house In lipirltorv which has witnessed the I JACKSONVILLE:: :. virtually' inning UH as high at fifty edIts

: I I HIGHLANDS It C. Wliltehur -' 1933)) Rep W. \V. Potter did not "'greatest Industrial growth In recent -i'; ""1111'1.1." returns. from Tuesday's i n l XX on some days" Fosgnte suld

I Itp i: 'ARC-Tom M. Bryan, of ''t, of Scbrlng Rep A T :[' i U!!. |i years. In this area there are I II Democratic primary showedI I "The low offer makes I iii.. market

Fort Lauderdale and George Laird I Ride, of Sebring was defeated. ORANGE Rep Robert L. I liIl I great. htorea of raw materials I I :Senator: Claude Pepper won 1 on cltruH" ?? overy day anti wit II t.r 0

of Hollywood in run-off. Rep. Roe iI. j HIL.LSBOROUGH Rup. K. P. Hodg.-p, unopposed I I not being utili"/ed. \Factors favor-I -nomination with one of the I: bhlppeiH Soiambllng ((huxineHH, I

I I' i, on dUl not seek i Mai.tin, of Plant City, renominutled. ;I ORANGE Rep L. C'. Leedy. I ahll' to IndtihUy Include excellent :? HrgTHt; votoii over received bv a i I wo are getting nowhere on doing

I. .1 i InIi' renomlna-I I I tinoppo1" C'J. I trannportnlon native-born AMerli I II canuUutfl' In 'lo.1d.: The five- I (food pilcu-ditting: job for our

F ." MHuUN 1 } ( Rep. J. Frank''II I ;:alL ;BQ[ OUGH Rep. OSCEOLA. W. Bruns, of i I can labor mild climate, reasonable I I m In contuit for United Stnlen 'It. ii I II'I B'OMgutc pioposetl l I Hint

I .i i. and John I). 'rl'"mmcll.1 I moid Sheldon of Tampa, Ruy-j KlmlmiKee. Rep. Vernon Walter walton, cheap power lower living senator sent approtlmatHly 400-1 !I, four groups, Florida 4 cititiH 1-:"- I Cf'.1J joshes (IOrn,, "I Jpk.l"PYRot'AX"
: 'hill' '! john D. Trammel, both ofn opposed. did not run. coats nnd proximity to consuming!I 000 Di-mi (,.its. thoiwnnds more | change, Independent' ('0-01'. ('aIshI, i

- ?"'u [stovvn. In run-off. I HILLSBOROUGII .- Rep. Seth I PALM: BEACH--Rep. Russell\ O. I markets" ITo j' than thi provloiui high. to the 1 Ruyera and Giowcr-Hhlppi-m. I
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CHAKLOTTE i D. I"', Smoak Dekle, of Tampa. was Morrow of Lake Worth, unop- pollti Unofficial returns pick! three representatives each ]i
lilt I Leo Wotltzky. both of Punta ed. renomlnat-I posed.
v!'>ril.i, .. In run-off. Rep. 1. T. Rose 1 HOLMES Rep. A PALM;: EEACH Herbert D. ||I I lag a slice of ham cover tho top' gave 1'eppur 233,531 votes. 69.1401I prices every day throughout time j I

.1.I i:id not run. mond of Bonlfav was unopposed. Beck of Eellc Gla'le. defeated Rep. I at the hum with apricots punches I more than the combined total of ,. Benson and Ixxue oidets to meml TMAOK MAM.

eIl'HUSGeorge W Scofleld ofInvernesH. INDIAN RIVER -- Dr. O L..J j Paul Rardin, of Canal Point .j I or pineapple and sprinkle them his four opponents I hers of thru" organisations netting

unopposed. Rep. L P. Han-ell of Vero Beach. Rep. E. C. I PASCORep.. John S. Burke re- I generously with dark brown sugar. ---. --- I minimum prices on all giadns, of DEPENDABLE GAS SERVICE

Williams, of Inverness did not Walker of Vero Beach did not nominated, -. LAW illS TO ItKVKNIlK: 1 fruit. COOKS. .HEATS WATER MAStS ICE

stand tor renomination. run. POLKRep.. J. P. Marchant, of X-ray is used by automobile TALLAHASSEE. -- The effectiveness -I --.----.- to M IMI l.y....l lira Cat Mats

fLAY Rep. J Slater Smith 9f JACKSON II. Pickels. of Al- Lakeland renominated. manufacturers! to test the internal I of Florida's new occupational -'I.I K.\Yiiv: :'\
Green Cove Springs unopposed. foi-il defeated Rep. C. L. Alford. POLK--Rep. Henry M. Sinclair I structure of automobile engines. license law Is shown by the: : VVAVERLY "Never has the SfH

COLLIER-Rep. W. Z. Platt of of Grand Ridge.JACISONJamNI. Winter Haven, unopposed I i i Tho X-rny will show parts housed. nnnounccmcnt made last week byj I I country consumed oranges In the ({I'KJLKV V |) \\ IS.ItmUnr .

Evei"'Blades; unopposed.COLU1.fBIA.Byron H. Finch, of POLK- Rep. E. Snow Martin of ;,''In metal casings three inches J. M. Lee state comptroller, that volume It has 111 la year, John I>. for Hli': ''tro-,\<-i>iittlii, I.b..t

Niblack, of Mil rlnnnn and W. L. Bareflcld, of Bartow unopposed. thick collections from this source for Clark, pr sldent of the VVuverly VMIIIsloii, l-'la.

fort White defeated Ftep. Norman Malone in run-off. Rep. 1. Troy PINELLAS--Rep. W. D. Ollt- i i ----- ----- the current year have already j I ;I'owera Cooperative: and member _. .
p I\'<' of and W. Hopkins, both J"d ot r.rmc'unnd. in run-off. Hep. nwinMnf-rwl tn **S5O.1fil.( ail comnar- --- _---_- ----- ----- --
s. Lake not
City. Peacock, of Marlanna did run. man George .II.-7hTJ___. --....'"' -I...
DADE-Rep. George E. Holt, of JEFFERSON -- Richard H ''of St. Petersburg, In run-off. i iI i Gordon: Harnett, of FernPark, uil lh-$396.238 ;collected\ by the

MI"I ll. renomlnated. Simpson and Maurice H Trlpp I| PINHLLASRip. Archie Cla-1, eliminated. comptroller's office from thl-i KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME:

r>,M>HRep: John J. Llndsey. both of Monticcllo In run-off. mrnt of Tarpon Springs, and i 1 SUMPTER- RepJ.. C. Get zen. { "ource hint year. Additional colkctlofls -,
"f Ml H. of In1 renominated. 1 wived between now and 1 JJt.I. ... l ".Io''AIIE. Lady \lrniljal: I
mil Shores, renomlnntcdfA' : Rep Parlchill Mays ran for con- John Ti'.yl", jr Largo li' .

.1 I: Ron- Tf. TO. nvnrntreet.- m .?.......- ......?. on in third__p_ .Florida__ district |i run orf.i SUWANNKE John Q. Boat- 'September 30 the end of the present J\CK.Or'Vll.l.K:? L- 1..'. ST. A"rOlIIINK:, II \ r
',' ''ml?. renomlnated.I LAFAYETTE- Claude T Angej.i PINKLIASRep;:: Walter Fuller -;, ilBht and T. S. Trammel in run- I licenCe year, aro expected to 'LI \\. hul'ch-I'holl", 5-l.-i8 3D( (St. Uvorge I'tiun7.

DI>I: OTO--Bop. J. L. Dlshong of Mayo, defeated Rep. B S. Win- '. apparently rem>minated overRJchurci !iI SUWANNEE--Tow W. Allen, Incionso: thlii year's totnl even J __ .'" t
't. orra-:
or '*.' ( a -
, Proh of !i I Welborn feattd J. P. I ..- ---. -_. : -
] >iv in nm-off. LAKE Wilbur Robinson : burg. of Rep. '
I"'.. !--Rep. W. P. Chavoun J.ecl"'lrg.' Rep. John L. Fahs did I I'UTNAYt-II. II. Foarnsld apparently Hutch of Live Oak- I| DELAND FIRST UNITED LIFE INSURANCE ;CO.
An'"'! :: defeated RnpVictor TAYLOR Rfp. J. H. Scales! of. PKLANnFloricla'H :int('i'u-t [In 1
Critter ,
both of Cross City
not run. I
I,.. C. Mct'AIJK rrniMrnt, .l.tcUHorni.Ji- l-'l i.
no' :, i 1.1y m run-off. LAKE-Rep. Thomas II. Cooley.of Motes, of Interlnchen. Ferry, renomlnated. J,jdty Uuutillctttlon antklntes ber'touiist

DUVAL Speaker W. MoL Mount Dora, rcr.oralnatcd. : PUTNAM P.<'Jp. T. C. Douglas I L'NION-D. it. Dukes, of Lake era, according to the city ;| t' Industrial] ,
Christie, of JsctscnvIi1e, renom- LEE ally 2%t StrayUorn, of of Welaka; reuomlnated. j Butler.' Rep. Ernest Hewitt, ofj" r '< '" 4 I. of DeLaTWl.. On July 1, Insurance'

iflate Fort Myers defeated Hep. William : ST. JOI-lNS--Rep J. II. Turner | Lake Butler was' defeated. i iVOLUSIA 1188, the city fathers of the Volu- ti. L. 1'1.\1' >1', ICrpriHt>ntatlte j

irvAl,-John \V. Harrell and ,r. Wood of Fort Myers.LBON I and John H. Denmark, both ofj I -,/. (]. Oilledpie, of s.t County community ruled that i': ... .- ,
nm D Melson in run-off. Rep. -Rcp. LeRoy Collliui \un St. Augustine, In run-off. | New Smyrna Bunch, defeated Rep. i' any property owner would be allowed < .: ,

w A. Sfuiley did not run. opposed. I ST. JOItt.'a-- Versuggl, ofj I jo'jn: 8- Bying'on t>t DeLand. a tux rebate of fifty cents'f.; .

DTJVAL Fuller Warren of LEON--Rep. Walter T. Moore, St. Augustine. Rep. Harry H'I i ij VOLUSIA 'Ule. Tom Hen- I'each for every tree two Inches or' /

J, /- ; '-. Rep John M. King unopposed.) j &nunK
t run.P.CAMBL. LEVY-Rep. Halley. Lewis SANTA ROl'A( Rep T. Franklin ''lali, did not runWAKITLLA I landowner along an avenue or

:: \ _", Rep John W no.nlnated. re-I Went rn I !It. J. Nichols .both I .!! W Becton of :( :ttrept, .piovldid! that the tree hart

'" and Edwin Holsherry, both L1lRTYPierce Wood of nl't 1Cti'!! ,r ,!i-off. I Soprhoppy ,md .J. A Unipor, of ",, n r I n' 1 r'e )"h. ...1'wu:. r> i| I I

'ida In run-oft. T1)) I' t ""i, rT**"" <"ro fdMAPI3ON :" '''. ;T'n IT.Carty :r.'L'.cO2', !P-Cu': ,i I' TJ_r."iI :" >

'...' .t\-Everett O Malone farlton Smith, and of Fo.t t..e. unopposed. AIIKUH Moii-so'i! died lust year.MLTON I j thi'v,,ttUtil! to buirh/ ruipt the town GaragePhone !
( Winder II Sur- T D of and It to repeal {
-' dIed Rep. Webb C Jernl- J. F McCall. both of Madison in :, SARAKuiA Beasley was necessary ,
Ir ""ti of Penaacola. run-off Rep. R E. Cowart de rency, of Prodcnton nomInated.Rep DeFunlak Springs Rep. S. M the 01 Il.iiince in /li '. that two1,Iyeal8 "

'LAGLER..Rep H. T. Cook, of feated. John L. Early did not run. I Preacher! did not run. I Since then It hu been put 120

"unnell renominated..l .JADISON-Rep Dave Lanier, SEiUNOLB -- Rep. H. J. Leb-I WASHINGTON Newton O. into force from time to time!, ....eI I J"

II'RANKLINaep. R. Don Mc- renominated. man of Sanford renominated. Berry and J A. Douglas, both of' pending upon the interest of the Wrecker Service Day or Nightr

LeOd of Apalachlcola unopposed. MANATEE-Thomas A Howie, SEMINOLE--John O. Leonardy, I Chlpley In run-off Rep. W. C I town's people and the condition of j I ,

GADSDEN-O orge W. John- Jr., of Bradenton. Rep. Ben H. of Sanford and George H. Brlggs, Godwin did not run. the city budget I


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Mrs. Langford Is HonoreeAt I The Winner Of The Kentucky Derby ( Eastern Star I "Eat More Efrgs" I

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The regular meeting of the Order -

Luncheon of the Eastern Star will beheld ,,

I ,S ocictyllJ IIfrll. W. A. Fischer wa a delightful Monday night at 8 o'clock In L'- ,

hostess Tuesday when she tho Masonic Hall.

entertained in honor of Mrs P. J. The meeting will be designated

Langford!,' house guest of Mrs. W .is Lake Butler night and the officers ?
B Sewell. with a lovely luncheonat i of the Lake Butler chapter

S. C. [Brownlee Is Phillipa-Hartman 12:30: o'clock In her home on ; 1 (-)) R 9 will fill the stations. Members ', '- ; .

Announcement has been made of Church Street. und visitors welcomed. ,
Hostess At Auxiliary Meeting : -
cS cSt
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the marriage of Miss Loyree Phil- A color scheme of yellow and ,
Mrs. S E. Brownlee was hostess white was carried out In flowers r Births
of the Ladies' lips and Eddy Hartman on Janu- ,'- : '
a t the regular meeting: I Hint were used In decorating the ,
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian ary 25. In Orlando. home for this occasion I .. -p-;.. I Mr and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, \ ,,

Church Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Mrs. Hartman is the daughterof I Il r' Jr., Starke, boy, May 4.
lunch- -
I o'clock at her home. Mr. J. B. Phillips and the lute con table perfectly was overlaid appointed with a lace .- .,, ____ Mr and Mrs. Clyde Hersey,
of and .1' ,. ThereHSii boy, May 7.
Arrangements gladioli
Mrs. Phillips, of Orlando. For the cloth and was centered with a _'C,4 S- .: ,
Boater lilies were used in decorat- Mr und Mrs. J. T Kirkland Jr.,
silver basket containing an arrangement -
ing the home for this meeting.: past several years she has made of shasta daises, .L ; Starke, boy April 13.Mr. QQ. ,
her home in Starke. Mrs. Hart- snapdragon and Mrs. Luther f Johns, '
Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, president I attended Bradford and na turtlum The central C l r
man 1.Ji Starke girl, May 0.
of the auxllary, presided over the j, High School, where she was a pop- embellishment was balancedby L'aki
business meeting and Mrs. R. T. --. -
: ular member of the younger set two silver bud vases holding -
Caldwell led the devotional. nasturtiums.
I Mr. Hartman Is the son of Mr. With Alexander'sB. wn"t ,

Mrs. woiaweu ana MPB. <... r.' and Mrs. A. Hartman, of Starke. Mrs. Fischer presented Mrs. LOUISVILLE, Ky. -To Lawrln, winner of the sixty-fourth running E. Hartfield. formerly of I 5 ,s ',,- '

Ward, delegates to the Presbytery He also received his education at Langford with a handmade linen I'of the $50OOO-added Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 7, go -. .-
Crescent Interesting Monticello, Ga., and an experienced 1L.
in City .
gave handkerchief as a memento of the
the Bradford County High School : the laurels of the victor. Shown in this picture with H. M. Woolf, ---
of the meeting. mercantile man, has moved here
report where he was outstanding In wood- party. I owner, and Jockey /rccaro. ST. JAMES, Minn. National
and will be associated with Alex-
"China" was the subject of the
craft. Mr. Hartman has recently Those enjoying the luncheon
.. organizations of the
ander's He and poultry
for the afternoon and It -- --- -- ---- clothing industry
program opened a furniture and novelty with the hostess and the honoree

I was ably discussed by :Mrs. E. M. shop on Call St. I were Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. W. B. HAVE YOU READ? the way. It is both witty and wise. I his family are occupying the Boyd have been conducting a ua
Davla. I Holloway house on Sanders St. certed campaign throughout
Mr. and Mrs. Hartman havemany Sewell Mrs. J. H. Benson, and the
The hostess served delicious Ice friends here who will be Interested Mrs A. Z. Adkins. "THE YEARLING -- --. country 'to Increase the conaump

cream and cake to her guests dur- to learn of their mar- -_. -- i "FRANCIS. THE FIRST" (By Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings) 101 Available Rooms lion of eggs. Their slogan irn

ing the. social hour. riage. I II Mrs.:,! Vergie Flynn First Gentleman of France Another Florida story by author State Hotel Commissioner W. M. been, "Eat More Eggs" The lbllV'.
-- -- -- ---- I -- -- -- i (By Frnncla Haskett) of South Moon Under.

Appears On Program The Rev. Mr. Fischer j j I Entertains Degree Staff I'' This Is another masterpiece by I I Taylor reported this week that photo shows what C.V Cum, .,,f

I'TI"UU"_.__ Lava,.__.V_ v_,a ............_. ."h.........v."..'._. --- -. The summer home of Mm. L. M. the author of Henry VIII. ,,....'" A......",' .. _Bradford..____, L-County'_ __has__'_fifteen__0._ .._11- St. James, Minnesota, has dour to
Addresses Woman Club '" n. ..
o ""'Ult"" IIVLVIfl .p..nUl"II. unu
- Benson, a student at the Florida Gray on Kingsley Lake was made -_. help sell eggs. The display IH mill,
( By Hendrlk Wlllem Van Loon) rooming houses, with a total of
State College For Women will be The Rev. W. A. Fischer, pastorof more attractive by Mrs. Vergie This author up of colored eggs and! hilly
"CIRCUS OF DR. LAO"By nays "What IB a 104 available rooms. There are
Interested to learn that she was the Methodist Church, addressed Flynn when she entertained mem- chicks and la mounted on thi will
( Charles Finney) without pictures" and while two hotels with thitty-five rooms;
of the soloists on the program the members of the Woman'sClub bers of the Starke Woodman Circle of Mr. Crane's hatchery.
one An unusual, fustastic, well written he clAims that he Is not an artist, and thirteen boarding houses with
Monday night of the First South using as his subject "Ships degree staff Thursday of last -- ---_ -
: bit of summer reading; he makes one see ua ha does by H total of sixty-nine rooms.
I That Do No Come In at their profusely
eastern Convention of the Amer- week with a fish fry and swimming his clever To 'I'he.hl..n ,.f
ican Guild of Organists held in1 regular meeting Wednesday afternoon party. The hostess was illustrated by Boils Artzy- drawings. This includes - -.- Hit\I>I'OI I very
bash eft.I musician, architects, painters, ItrrunillnK Itonil, HI.IIM
Tallahassee the first of this week. I at 3:30:: o'clock In the club I gracious In looking after the entertainment I sculptors writers.InvE'ntol'll CAItl OP THANKS I It!,. itilUxiMl I Hint at in.HP' i "
philosophers, ,
Mills Benson sang "Eia Mater" auditorium.In of her guests, and at We wish to thank each and every A M ,,fl Juno, (lIh \ I 11' I < i I"IInd..rMIICn..d ,
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discoverers statesmen will opt ti, iml, i iKi'nltMl .
from "The Stabat Mater" by Dvor his talk Mr Fischer stated a late hour they departed, ex- I "BEFORE: FORGET": performers, important historical one who kindly assisted us I offering. of (/1'IIf\r"ld, > i i', 'mtv I

- ak Mills Benson's soprano voice I that our dreams, ambitions, as- pressing themselves as having had ,I,L..L.'ULVVOVI>"'l',7.. v.. UU'LV"' .' ...'.'"'.."M'" I eventa duiincr the recent illness in our ncfnnrtlnH u nnml tt.-, .1 ,' ,i iJanutirv

was never lovelier than it was in pirations and plans are our ships. |lone of the best times ever. I, This Kentuckian: : has been called I --------- I 'amlly We are very grateful for .shot h' bt*I.ii
this number. j He gave several reasons for our t -- --- __ 9_. __ 'the flaming apostle of twentieth Th- the kind words, the flowers, the st jii c'l ami, l h." Identifier I on 11 r ,u-.
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_._ I population of the U. S has f the envelope with tho f >..1'\1.i[ .
---- --- ships not coming in and stated century literature. food and everything else. Whenever ...
/ I words: "Offering: of n .I I I
I Dook Club To Meet moved westward at ,
an average of I ,, .
that when they didn't come In we I they ore in need, may the hag I llttnft (Offf-IN inn t tat
forty-two miles a decade. l,'.ltt I It'll ttaVH in, ...t.I., ,
should look Into our own thinking ,1 The meeting of the Book Club, "THE COUNTRY KITCHEN" 'Lord bless them all. With kind < ,'fl vi,l'r'd
I and find the reason.. Mr. Fischer I which was postponed last month, ? regards to all who t!<>ught of us!', 110"nn oni' < n '
(By Della T Lutes) ,
j Nearly 200,000,000 fish have ( ()MMUU-Il.I I I Ilitnilfnril
said that a lack of a ballast (self will be held Tuesday night at 8:00: J. D. Goodman and family. :
Deals with the most Important been planted In forent streams County, I I "n''d.l
control) und the lack I o'clock at the home of : and
I of a ruddera Mr.! and
room of the house In the 1870's.Mother lakes by civilian conservationcorps .. _. -
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( In life Mrs. J E. Wilson
of Walnut '
purpose ) were two on VOTE FOIl
cooked and father got in workers.
the main lessons for our ships' I Street. .. I '\of.t.u I I'] '10 .*I.I. >l Kilt'II.\NTH
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--- -- -- ------- Thin Is to liifoim you that the
failure to come In. I Miss Gertrude Hecrlnfr, of Green Board of public Inxtrurtlon will In Judge Elwyn ThomasFor

Mr. Fischer was Introduced to Cove Springs will review "The Importance no WRY lie, runpoiiBlble for any pur-
ihiiKB nuiclx without a purchase or- Court
his audience by Mrs. J. H. Benson, I of Living" by Lun Yu- tier fiom thiN, office Supreme
I I iIIt I AI> 'OHCOUSTY BOAHDOK Thanks for: Your Support
chairman of music, who had tang. Miss Heerlng is an able critIc .
charge of the program for the afternoon of books and the members are I (Paid Political Adv.)

lookng forward to this review. .

Preceding the guest speaker was Everyone is Invited to attend. Dp OWJ IrJf."ID

the business session, which wall Msa4 Feature! A Photo Syndicate FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
presided over by the president DOUBLE RUNMrs. L
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. After the popular music continue ac the backbone of radio broadcasting Many Your Experience. Make It Possible for Mr to Rf'nderEFYI'IENT.

routine business was dispensedwith W. A. Tyler. Cor. THAT in ASCAP's recently-completed survey of microphone performances PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE :

lithe talk Mrs. Carpenter turned the of popular songs !duringl9ld.AtotaLofl3Z_ songs. were per PRICES
Mrs. Ankey Saaer and two sons I xuZWQ a. .CflS. MODERN CHAPEL AT YOUR
meeting over to Mrs. Benson. studios, with the demand for
have been the guests of her brother 10,000 times during popu
of lar
Mrs. the Umonlh'period. songs fa.r exceeding the supply
announced the and sister-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. ..
available, it would seem that tuclt nu', ,. g ?nuwoo
three number that were given by I.. V. Morgan, recently. : contests would AV' A M. *.*. rfVAStArke &:;;]
that's i Leading the exert a powerful
the Tuesday afternon chorus of theWoman' O. J. I. the men ., FIends, I
and Bill Underbill were the Vsf" jn the number appeal to radio Perhaptthe I n.r pfc. I 'l'clabpsi. 157TTFL
what they're Club, which were as follows guests Leaton Morgan, Sunday.P. of broadcait radio men fear that a contest to -

: The Lotus Flower (Schumann H. Woods and children Lola, prase ntations discover new songs would be harm
"Did X Remember ful to their pretensions of dignity
) ; Forget-Me-Not (Carl Thelma and Jack, of was -
saying Lawtey ?" At any event, they reserve thei- '
Hahn); and Mammy's Lullaby spent Sunday with his sister and I Walter Donald-: prize: contests for chamber mistu 1nr'i1! 5 !

about our (Dvorak.Sprons). These numbers brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. IOn and Harold writing

were most beautifully renderedand Kersey. 'Adamson. from ...-.-- .

kiddy clothes.Our were well received and appreciated L. U. Morgan la 111 at this writ- Louis Rile! lure the motion"Suzy.IIIC-Jt A hotel to be really modern ifw

by the audience. ing and we wish him a speedy re- rolled up a core of 30,442 perform: must. be wired for radio. It thc>" CARPENTER'SAdrienne

gifts too During the social hour the bout- : covery. ances. In second place with 29,425 are not receivers In the bedrooio
eases served sandwiches and iced Miss Thelma Johnson and broadcasts waa "Melody from the there Is at least a broadcasts

are different. tea. The hostesses for the after- brother, Victor Johnson, of South Sky" written by Sidney D. Mitchell band la the grill or the main dining.
and Louis Alter and featured in room Even the snootieat! holrU ,
Mrs. Carolina, the week-end ,
noon were N. D. Wainwright, spent with
are now
regularly the .
"The Trail of the Lonesome Pine on microphone .
Sr., Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Mrs. W. their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Pressing it closely' in third place, menus. TbE'Ylnd/ the exploitation ;

L. Wall, Mrs. L. A Davis, and Mrs. Freeman Hodge with a score of 29.345 was "Ia It is helpful to business. I I(

Our hosierya I C. II. Naaworthy j Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner, of True What They Say About Dixie" PLRtaANlfLDI I4rgt7i2T Adrienne

--.- --. this section, were visiting his from the pens of Gerald Marks IrvIng Of all entertainers, outside tl-e: I' Razor ROll
Caesar hollywood gate, crooning, tenors
sheer Baptist W. M. U. Bas brother-In-law and sister, Mr. and and Sammy Lerner. are said to receive the greatest Jan Blades #

Mrs. Zarle Crawford, near Lawtey, ,.-.-,. mall. It pours into them in tidal I jv J ffo 49a
I this week. nave. And do _
delight-- Meeting they' welcome it/:
The next seven songs, In the order It's theli. fiCtIon n I I S S _ _
Mrs. D. Thomas spent the week- best lettetf .
of Circle Number Three of the Baptist end with her and of their radio popularity, all of are savetl, stored au.ay as souvenir( I Full
flowers son daughter- which
were performed more than size
to be brought out tube
W. M U. met Monday afternOon anrl ciickleil vis; Briten
In-law Mr. 25,000
and Mrs Earnest Sll times were "Qoody Goody"liy when the
:May 2nd, at the home of crooning tenor ate ttlJ
course cox, of Starke. Johnny Mercer and Matt IMul- and doddalng. I ;
Mra. L. A. Canova, Circle leader Albeit Drown was visiting at I neck: "You," by Walter Donaldson

always help with Mrs O W Alderman as co- the home of O C. Gelger In With niul Harold" Adamson, ; "When I'm We remember the hte Leo Dit- Pa /
You by Gordon and Revel i richstein
hosteSH The attractiveness of Sturke. I aa a senescent Lothario 'I 1iJj
Sunday. "Lost" '
by Johnny Mercer. Phil Oh-
in a play,
you say tula well appointed home was en- -- -.- man And !\fn"v n 9'at.... "Wl.nDILl increasing his heart
hanced by the use of Easter lilies, -Y-I-;;; Leave Heaven?", 'by Richard i action by mulling .

gladioli and roses for decorations. Had Brother Here Whiting and Walter Bullock over old love
the right thing Safe,
'I Henry Staten "You Can't Pull the Wool Over My letters There flojalioii proc,., ,vcn
The Circle has been making a Hodges, 53, died might be an idea llden,
Eyes by Milton Abe, Charles angle,
at his home in ,
Jacksonville last 254'
nt_ theright--. study of Christ's Sermon on the Newman and Murray Mcnrher. and for a play in a ang r |urk.vour .
Mount and at this time the seventh week, following an Illness of three "Stompln at the Savoy" by Benny crooning tenor t th .parkle.

time-- chapter of Matthew which I months. He was a native of St. Goodman, Chick Webb and Edgar with the first act : m uih fed betiir .ol

:covers the last part of this lesson George Ga., and among other relatives Sampson. the showing him at "" trt.
height of his
drop in was read by Mrs. Canova, who Is survived by a brother, F. popularity and

conducted the devotional service, I C _Hodges_ of Starke. I Ii analyzed More than for 100,000 the survey program and were the the finish disclosing : ______..._._.__._.__.._ !; --'--- A BtXAL( PsoouCy

and visit withus and valuable suggestions on the total number of performance of the him decrepit

subject were offered by Mrs. Can- 132 tongi reached the astounding and deserted CUT RATES ON STANDARD

ova and others. Prayer was offered figure Of 2263000. ,_ L,_-._and_ ,_.u deep_
by Mrs. J. L. Silcox. I FAVORTTERECIPES ] Many interttttny*, ildelighti are I Harold Adamson a. Ills flat) scttvrs. I MERCHANDISE
revealed in the survey for example, 8.C.A.P. -
for we are Mrs. II I.,. Hough, temporary I BOII-
Secretary, read the minutes of the i I I toas broadcast 24.802 Mm,.t- always gladto last meeting, which stood approved. I which> may be due largely to tilt harp and piano music. Mildred

The roll was called with eleven II I excitement( of a Presidential campaign Dilllng. harpist Is said to share >5c WOODBURY CREAMS __ __________ .19c

have you members present and three vis Cheese Souffle% I /outlet. year.,"a ennational"Music Goes cafe Round lilt in and the with having Paderewskl been Invited the to distinction ot WOODBURY CREAMS; .._ n_ ______ ... -39c
itors. The names of Mrs. Carrie These warm afternoons are certainly latter 1935 make more
i part of teat far down the "
Ingram, Mis Jessie Wilson and not conducive to the house lint in 6ith place, with 15,757 performance appearances han nny other at the music White Koine | $1.00 CARDUI _--_______.__ !**
Glar .lean I arlut In
Mrs! Lois !J. Mayes were added as wife to stay In the kitchen. Therefore *. SUCh composition* at lUtory i .!&'
I "St !,Oiila Blues," "0 Promise Me" i 23c: BLACK DRAUGHT _______ _____ -
I iK-w uiemlx'rs.After we are offering a recipe for Krelsler'i _- *-,.
Shoppc I "Liehesfreua, SOuea's"It'ashtngton 75c; GLOVER'S MANGE REMEDY: ___ -S'1;
devotional service and I iheo o souffle thut'all\ sent to I Post" "Staitluit," We lime fcrlitig that in itvfciku _'__'___' '

J PHONE !07) huslnets\ the hosteKHfi nerved i in by Mrs. F. M. Davis, to help "Dinah," and "I I.ove' You Truly"nf.ia the fni: i cut flota. 1.'IC. ,' 73c; DOAN'S KIDNEY: PILLS ___ _____ __ ___ -(fiO t niptlnR leI cream anti dainties. you In preparing your evening i new fl'litcttr' fit h.-Ina r nf n' 'Bet tlir Hint Hit .<;, Ito":," ,, I hit

--- I ---- ---------- ---- -- !,I moat This dish will require very ,'tnt faroritri.a&orc ill'o'"i,1 were as dead an,-well, us ",[,,;, /y (j $1.00 AGAREX: COMP.: .. n.._.___ ___ !k

- I little of your time and It will satisfy j "i
AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK the appetite of the hungriest Cole Porter devoted ,

i man In the house- Pcptnald DeRovcn's ol his convalescence from a gool broken part I I j, 50c FLIT SPRAY, Pint _- ________ _____ -2.V:;

LIABILITY 4 3 tablespoons ttibleupoons. Nucoti of flour bal/,,', ""0 rlitiik'PiomMe /-' writing legs ku/TcieJ songs i
1 teaspoon salt "!>a waving baton
a at New York's Rainbow -
to taste ,,
'ThIs form of insurance protection should have your Pepper 1 cup milk l'o.t"'s ore than III"Cole c h Room, is said to be the current $1.00 l'EI>>'fONA TONIC __ __ ______-. __ ___ .89c
dance band favorite '
most serious consideration. dollar worth ol the debu-
in at stake. very you arc '\It cup grated cheese IlIbllC'IzI.e'vr If1'011 fnrftfj antea. He has played for more $1.00 REXALL VEGETABLE COMP.: _______- ..S9c60c
coming-out parties this .
tcaipon baking powder season it is
3 eSTRJMelt fy, ff'i!! ," and reported, than any other bandleader CALIFORNIA SYR. FIGS __________________ _1ge!>
k i At the new low rates at which we are writing this tIt( i h t n (7'on Ferde Grof is

protection, you just can't afford to be without it. Nucoa, add flour, salt and '.j f" lonued' ti." I history, in music of contemplating ASCAP I 7c; BAYER ASPIRIN, 100 Tabs ____________- J>9e23c
pepper Mix to smooth paste; "s no i e 11 y WaItgr! Donaldoon heard

1 r Let us tell you about the safety driver reward. gradually add milk. Continue I .. U u'1)HjoJri.., .,> flic"/,.,',. ,, ,\,."I'. A.I". Walter Javert't Donadion! a In new many tune months from I : KOKDS RUBBING ALCOHOL __--__ .______ ..l"c3"s
L Sn "c' .
.I i 'r : -.I stir until thlclc- hula ort a in "
sauce weeks, Lasting less than sons!: a few HASI'ICLLS: M!LK: MAGNESIA ___ ... .__ __ ." '-
--- rrm Remove from fire:: add cheese "-'iY-'sn-r. most songs I
I seem strm ely hmlu
I .in I stir until dissolved. 'a. ..,' < oriiru-irg:; contests? for- was microphone's the number range of glorifying communicaon. the I 69c IIASKELLS: MILK MAGNESIA, Quart __. _- .&!>e

Separate eggs; beat yolks until "r vrn.... fn view of the You '
I j may recall It-"I Love 39c\IINF.RAI.OILIPint: .29! *'
HAROLD C. 'WALL Agency thick and lemon colored and add I .. :.J ._m. Kiwil .t..l0 01 the You from Coast to Coast I "

cheese mixture: Fold in baking ;- II I 69c MINERAL OIL, 1 Quart _. _.__ .. .S.le

All lines of dependable INSURANCE; powder and egg whites, beaten\, [ -SKIN SAID"The: best music, like the
stiff Bake about painting, WITCH HAZEL __ _ -_. .23c
L- slowly thirty I [ts uuire.y; popular"
!r minutes. i I FULL QUART WITCH HAZEL .39rJIRIH <
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nil" -- H u -- -- ---- --'- ._--.. ---. -- "-.--- ------- _. .h .. :._ : t /;
| Elmo Struth was it business vlnItoi Mrs W H Hart, Miss Ernestine: :Mr and Mrs C. O Searing Mr Unable To Decide Douglas To Speak \

,i to GalneHVlllu WednesdayIliioiifrli Kudilinitton and .1. W. Uuddlngton. and 1011''. Earl B. Searing and I

Saturday of last week left Wednesday fm a month's I Mrs. W. H. Perkins spent Sunday: Zilch: H DouKlnt. candidate for

Bits of f I I I. i, visit In liiiulford, Rhode! Island ,in .liii-kHonvflle. as guests of Mr i stilt,,',. attorney lu this district.

Mrs. W. P Smith and Mm. 1 1. and Mrs Glen G. Searing. 1 : will speak on the corner by 'ar--

.1 \V. Varnedoo were visiting friends .' penter's Drug Stole ut two o'clock !
Mrs Alvle Holstein of Calnesivllle -

In Lake City Sunday afternoon .i and Mrs. Susie Griffin, of Mrs A. Z Adklns and sister, Saturday afternoon.
Ne*<< .
-- -- ------ -- .
IDeal "Jacksonville, were guests last Friday Mrs L 1. Floane. of Jacksonville,

1 I Milton Brownlee. of Gainesville, of Mr. and MrR. Alvin McKln- went to the State Farm Tuesday Hazen PromotedL

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS: AND spent Tuesday here with his par. nt.y afternoon and visited Mm D. R. O Hazen hue been

fOSClmNING. ents Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brown. l _. Edwards and Mrs Annie Richard. promotedto
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OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN lee. -4 a regional director with the

PROGRESS; I .. I Mrs. W. E. Knight and daughter Farm Security Administration, 1,
I Mrs Alice Jones, and K K In. and l Mrs. J. H. Benson and and he and his family have movedto
The Rev. L, A. Shepherd left i 1
Knight, of Bnnnell, were recent Miss Harriet Benson spent Mon Gainesville, where they will
J Tuesday for Richmond, Va., to attend *
guests of Col. and !Mrs. DE.. day in Tallahassee, a* guests of make their home. His place here
the Southern
}fra. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Thomas and Baptist Conventlon Knight. Miss Marjorie Benson a studentat K being filled by Ralph Cox:

Nr.In Green Covelsprpingsent children speut Tucsday afternoonin -- ---- .. -- the Florida State College for -
-- ---- -
Gainesville Women.Mr .
--"- -- Mr. and Mrs. E. U Mlddleton, Friends hereof Owen Griffin -- fraternal Service 9
Mrs Richard Klddt ------ ---- of Jacksonville:: were guests Sun. will be glad to learn that he Is
and and bins O. Andreu Mr. Under' the of the National
A. auspices
)II' In Jacksonville Roberta Whitfield, of the State day of Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middle- improving, after being confined to
t't Saturday and Mrs L. F. Dinkins and daughter Fraternal Congress of
Farm, was the guest last week of ton. his home in St. Augustine, becauseof
Davis. Joan, and Miss Hannah Swin America, (fa special service waft
iTI: : ta spending this Marjorie ---- -- --
a, : Kane _. ... ... dell were visiting relatives In ; held at the Methodist Church,
; Beach with hllamD1. ---- Mrs. L. G. Hemingway, Miss --- -
In Daytona Jacksonville Miss Swin- Sunday May 1, conducted the
eek Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds at- Frances Hemingway, and Orle Mr. and Mrs. R J Davis and Sunday. by
dell remained for visit. Rev. W. A. Fischer and the Dr. R
a longer
---.-_ -.- tended the rose show in Thomas- Wiggins spent Sunday In Jacksonville daughters. Ida Lulu and Mar-I CHCAGO Ill Nurse T. Caldwell The various t
-- -- --- organtsatlona -
Wainwright,, Jr.. was a vllle, Ga lust week. I Jorle, spent Sunday in Eustls, aa Kuhnert with 5-week-olil ---I
N, D Mrs. H H. Young, house chair of the county were Invited,
Jacksonville I quests of Mr. and Mrs! C L.
in ----
UJnell5 visitor man of the Woman's Club, has announced Judith Colan wan born a the Woodman Circle Eastern Star,
Miss Lois Long, of Jacksonville, I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, of Stnckuell.
gllamn. a malignant tumor which the Masons W. O W Yeomen
liedayI that a granite deep fryer ,
her mother
week-end of -
walt a guest Orlando, were week-end guests of ---- --- -
-' the and then
destroys nerve
aluminum and white optic and Modern Woodmen. The
an pitcher, a message
I J Williams, of DeLand, Mrs. F. H. Long. bin parents Mr and Mrs F. A, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hoppe and consumes the brain. The baby
Mrs flower basket, all articles of the delivered by Dr Caldwell was
and Mrs. ---- -' Scott their guest, Mrs. Harry B. Roberts,
the ST"1" of Senator club, have been lost. finding will die within a few week unless impressive and will be
Anyone very
Mrs. E. E. Canova and L. A. of Tampa, and Mrs. Jon! net te Kin- delicate
E Johns thorn please return them to a operation la performe,1which remembered by those present
Canova. spent Wednesday in Tallahassee Mrs. B. Roberts of Tampa caid spent Thursday afternoon In J
Harry -
-- .1 Mrs Young. wll! nave her life but destroyher -- -_ --- .. -
I Augusta J, Gallette of with relatives. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs C. Jacksonville. sight forever. The denpalr-
Miss/ I - --- Tho British record office has
Ynrk City, was visiting C. Hoppe In (their home on Mabel i ---- -------- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ing parents, Dr. Herman Colan,
'eW Mrs. J. W McLendon, of Jack Mr. and burs II L. Hough were Perrymanleft state papers from as early as 1100.
i1rnds here last Thursday. Mieseni Street. : Tuesday for a visit In Valdosta I' 30 u dentist, and hla 23-yrnr-oJd 1 ______ _.. _._ _,
sonville, is the guest of Mr. and guests onIother's! Dny at the
to I a niece of Mrs. A L. ----- '-- Ga, before returning to their wife, Estelle, decided to abide by
Mrs. C. H. home of :11'. Hough's father and l Between 1920 and 1930 the average -
.1> former resident of Nasworthy.Miss Dr. and Mra M. B. Herlong have. decision of jury of rabbis and doc
Kirn home In Hartford Ala. Mr. and
net Immigration Into the United
mother, Mr. mid 1 Mrs C; C. Hough,
Newark N. J. - ---- as their house guest this week,
Itnrkc now of Mrs. Peiryman have the tors whether to permit the op..ra.lion
spent pant States 300,000 .
was a
In Alachun. year.VOTE
Ruth Sternberg and Miss Mis. Sarah C. Norwood, of Jack
fey months with Mr Ferryman's that will condemn their babyto .
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Rosalind Jacobs spent Wednesday sonville. brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and a world of darkness' or permit
EST { afternoon in Gainesville.Mr .. I Mrs R. L. Kemp, who Is expected FOIt r
[ A WORQ ------ --- Mrs L. A. Davis. tile child to die a merciful death,

Mrs. H. t<. Brownlee and home Friday from her vacation Spnclallatn are unanimous that the

and Mrs. Raymond Matslt, wishes a meeting of the L. T. L. Judge Elwjn Thomasfor
ter. Madge, will spend dUUgh.1 Mm James Shepherd returned operation, while destroying: lIght' 1

COLUMN of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- !In Tampa, as guests of .:nnnotmced for Tuomliiy afternoon to her home In Illlllard Saturday, Is tho only way in which the baby'B Hupreiiin' Court
of Mrs. F. B. Johns. it her home
day Brownlee after spending a week here as the life will be saved. Thanks for Your Support
_..---- -'--- I
|xii, l H' vT Homo at Kingsley ; guest of her son-in-law end daughter --- -- (fit I'olm.nl l l t I .\rlPKKSII >
There will be the usual
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd left Wed meetingof
Mrs. P. J. Lungford and daughter -
i.ik ; for few visit with the Woman's Christian Temperance AIR MAIL WEEK
MI W. D. Fender lip nesday a days' Phylis, of Frostproof, are the Airs Shepherd was accompanied ---_-........ ,,
s. .. relatives In Crescent City W : Union Friday afternoon at
house guests of Mr. and Mrs
-- to Milliard by Mr and Mrs. Knightand
.. 3:30: A group of girl will render ---EXPLAINED MUI.LET
good con- ---- -- Sewell.
ivI >< "' iM bungalow B. Miss Loral Bennett, who spent
lot 100x108, well Mias Mary Edwards, of Lawtey, special 1 music I
r rner --- ---- ---- I tho weekend there POSTMASTER TELLS ROTARY SEA TROUTIIOTTOJI-

Priced) to sell. Wilson was the weckendouest of Misses Mr and Mrs. Leo Halbrook, of I ..
II ------ -
4.13t Marion! and Helen I Dowling. Gainesville, spent Sunday with Mi. and Mrs L. L.. Ronne end I Kill Graham and Henry Mantissa I CLUB OF SERVICE'SADVANTAGES : FISH-

I two sons Leroy. .Ti and .Immy,
-- their patents, Mr. and Mrs. I have returned to their home hereafter
i Middle-aged Mr and Mrs L. A. Davis of Jacksonville, spent the pant AlsoFttESlI
spent L. Andrews upending ten In NewYork I Postmaster F .F Stump made
\ ins housekeeper to elder- Mother In Fernandina with .. week at Kingslcy Lake, at JudgeAdkins' days
a Day ---- an interesting talk at the Rotary
business und
Starke.- I City on a pleasure WATER; FISH
tliving alone In his mother, Mis Mary Davis. Miss Margaret McArthur and I' place. ClubVello..sday on National Air
trip They were accompanied(
340 N. Cher-
; w _._ ----
!1rr --T Lamar Murphy, of Vidalia, Gu. homo by William Montelth, of Mall Week which will be observed SHRIMP & CRAIIMUATUIMKANTKKU :

JySt t .. ltp Mrs. Wesley Andrews and son, were week-end guests.of Mr. and MISS Dorothy Sapp, Miss Rosa Phoenixvllle, Penn., who will visit from May 13 to May 21. Ill
"----'--- Mae Miss C'larce Gill Miss '
Ronald, and Mrs. T. C. Chastain of FROM
SALEFlowers for Mrs. Tom Kcsler. his son and daughter-in-law Mr stressed the many advantages
_.; every
My it ice Killingswot, and Miss
were in Gainesville, Tuesday. sending a letter by air mall at
uccaalon attractively arranged, and Mrs. D. A. Montelth.Mr Fish Market
Elaine Edwards Magnolia!
nj reasonably priced Mrs N. D. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe, spent Thursday -- --- only three cents additional cost,

Wainwright Phone 102, -Starke, Mrs. W. B. Mundy was the of Palatka, were guests Sunday of afternoon In Jacksonville and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and and said that a letter mailed here PHONE 37

Ina U luncheon guest Tuesday of Mrs. J, Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. .and -- -- -- daughter Fredrlcka, and Mrs. In the afternoon would reach New
Mrs. T. B. Hendrlx of Lakeland ..
G. Godwin at the State Farm. Mrs. W. P, Smith Frank Bauknight and daughter, York the next morning, or California ---

) OR STRAYED -- Medlum- --_. ----- --- was the guest last ueck of Mrs Jane Merrill, all of Jacksonville the next afternoon If sent by

Site( but-hended Jersey-looking Mrs. J. C. Garner and son, Mrs. E. E. Canova spent SundayIn L. A. Rennolds Mrs, Hendrix was Were here Sunday and Mrs. L M. air

Branded, GK marked crop 'un- Johnnie, spent last week In Lake Gainesville as the guest of her en Mt route to her summer home in Desha and daughter, Marjorie, of "National Air Mall Week's pri- c'x"jnnrM I

*: in one ear and swallowork City as guests of J. F. Garner. and Mr. and : C.1
rslop>e Ron daughter-in-law I I __ Wildwood, were here all of last mary objective Is to turn definitely -
under bit In other Has big Mrs. J. Canova.. week visiting Mrs Edwards, Mrs. the attention of the American

Ired heifer calf with large white Mr. and Mrs N. Sternberg spent -_- .- -- Woman's Missionary Society of Bauknight, and Mrs. Desha's par- people to thla service" Mr. Stump
Itar In face Unmarked Please Sunday in Daytona' Beach as the Mr, and Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jacksonville Methodist church l wilt/ meet ents, Mr and Mrs. W H. truth. said, "to give them a broader understanding -

Jinn, wire or phone C. B. Hayes, guests of their son, Dr. S. Stern were. week-end guests of Monday afternoon.. hree-thirty of its value. While!

collect Lake: Butler, Fla., and receive :berg. Mrs. Sternberg remained in Mrs. Guy's parents, J udge and o'clock, at the cbtzro.P! \ Programand I The ;,i'sc :;;r---d'e; lgnedI oil of us are aware of the, essential

|Z.00 reward. Itp : Daytona for a week's visit. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. business meeting. 4't.\, and built In Gloucester, Mass, In nature of aviation to our national
+ I
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defense and forward we
every step
Mr and Mrs D. B. White, of Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow returned -i au
--- --- make In aviation Increases our national -
to their home here Wednesday The father of Patrick
Fernandina, were guests Sundayof I Henry was
to that
NAT SEZ: Mrs. White's mother. Mrs. C. I, after a ten days' visit with I born In Scotland His mother was security Spotwhere pro'cxastination
Mr. Uglow's Stump urged the sending of
nephew? H. H. Ford of Welsh descent.
Manassa, family.
a I hereby Announce to the voter and family, In Lakeland. -_ --0.- .- letters by air mull! at all times and :
-- ---
of Bradford County that I un a Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews ----- The uniforms of American let- especially during next week. nil made paupers

candidate for election to your shoe und Mr and Mrs. Leo Halbrook Misses Grace and' Arleen Dew ter carriers and substitutes are address was followed by short of A family
and little Miss Dew talks of endorsement by L. A.Gray .
business, Nubject to the .second spent Sunday In DeLand with Mr. Patsy were procured at their own expense.
star supervising principal of B. )
guest entertainers Thursday nightat -..+ .
and Mrs W T. Kelly-
Democratic primary to be held on the Lake City Garden Club It is estimated that Hawaii H S and R F. ClInk, superintendent Automobile
} May 24th or any primary that will --- of the and
flower show municipal light
They. were accompanied -
pays more taxes Into the United
AI Manassn Is spending some
be held at other date and I
any to Lake wilier plant
City by Mrs. R F
treasury than nineteen of
time in Fernandina the guest of "
that If I nm elected I wilt as I
promise ,
Clark and Merton Clark, the States, Hill Graham who has just returned -
faithfully fit you to the bent of my his brother-in-law and sister Mr from an automobile trip to
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ability with those everlasting good and Mrs. D. B. White New York, gave; u short account

-; IV( T'H Shoe! Yourotc will be -'--- I Only Mother and Baby Porpoises in Captivity of his truvelx
Johns & Wainwright
appreciated. I'd I'ollll.'ald\'. Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Murphree ,

and son, James Edward, of Paltit- rilOMQ 13
New Yoik) State had ten Dutch

ka were guests Sunday of Mr I I r" r> =tea governors before the English acquired Starke Fla.
and Mrs V. B Han ell. I w f final ,
t "mowI possession
I .
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i I it R ------ -
Mr. anti Mrs Wilbur Scott of

I Orlando, were the guest of Mr TO BE AT STARKE HOTEL

1 Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs F

iHnusNo ,t, A. Scott Mother's Day._.. I I r l Thursday, May 19
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MI's.V.. E. Middleton left Tues- I I r 10 A. M. to .IP. M.

day for Leesburg, where she will ,
be the guest of Mr. and Mrs T H.

Howard for neve ml days. I aA AND FIT GLASSES;
I A r I
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I. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova and Y DR. W. H. MORTON

son John, of Gainesville, were

guests Tuesday of Mr. Canova's + \ In Tampa 20 Years

mother, Mrs. K. E. Canova. t P Now of Gainesville

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Mr. und Mra. T. Frank Landrumand -- -
daughter, Martha, and Palmer

Brooks were gueau Sunday of f

Mra Landrum's mother, Mrs. J. r. t+ ZACH.H.DOUGLASCandidate

: F. Rogers, In Jacksonville u 'rg",

-- -- --- ga For State Attorney

Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownleeand

daughter, Madge, spent the SECOND:" PRIMARY: I ELECTION: TUESDAY, MAY 21
wardrobe is
com- .
week-end in DeLnnd as guests of A 3,
'nu-te without a pair j Col. and Mrs. .1. E. Futch

rhese I 0' ----- --- I II a. 15 YKAUS IN ACTIVE: PRACTICE OF LAW-!|>ecialtzing -
open, airy Mrs. Cithcrine Davis of Jacksonville I rV .
I : in criminal law-that branch of tho law your State

sandals was the guest last week ............ ''''''. ''''' .' : !.'?' "' : Attorney must know and have practiced in order to prop
and II : ;
of Mr. and Mrs R J. .
: "' '" '/' 1' erly and successfully represent the State in Circuit
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. ; .. ,)o '1,. ., I
_.. ., ,,_ .. Cou rts.
--- .1i
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W. 1.1. Wainwright of Tall ihas- -- ---- -- 30: YEARS OF AGE and in tho prime of life ,nhvMi..allv.anliin'exp ..
: -- --- -- -----

| see, spent several days here this ..\ M o i H K It poi PIIIM (Turs.optumiii .' The opening\ ut their nostrils'or of, >w ri n C art a Iawycr'r.m. .

week with his patents, Mr. and I > ) and her baby believed too hlile. In on the top, of their heads. s. NOT A PROFESSIONAL POLITICIAN, habitual office
or the nrnt pmr et T cxiijtht: alive. can the, 81'1'.V. Indi<'lIt t. end thc, bia.. ,
all colors Mis. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. i seeker OR( IN TTTIL'OUKT( HOUSE} NOW but a "brand
Featured in oe seen here coming up fur air lust only when their hernia are above tar
-- new" candidate for public office who understands
fur they had been w"it T a surface thoroughly
placed In
.., In kid and fabric... $2.\ 98 J. B. Carlisle attended the Dad acjuar-lumn at Mar:nelund./ the Flnrlilu' new. Those two porpuinea' together wiU I the life and dispositon of Miss Mr. and Mrs

Banquet at Bolies Military School The mother. Uiniixhl( In be the, larfjun I'' two other* (_ Onlphlnui dell|>lux nne "Averasre Person," by reason of his years of experience
heels another
low '
I'\ in high and In Jacksonville last week, where or the ipeclei ever captured alive recently Turalopn caught turilot which wen flit a trial lawyer in the court room. i

his son, Al Kay, is u student. welched an entirrmttd Ono pounds and' are according to tiltieting
director EDUCATED IN LAW !
and law
I- _. .. ',ler baby which In probably only of the New York application of and Rules
--- --- a
few month uld. Aquarium, Dr Charles M Dredur Jr of Evidence before the Court and Jury by actual ex-
about I
I..1 .
1 pounds
had her the
> I Mrs. F. B Johns as llr t living porpoise "ever to be
being I
rough nh .ut perience.AMBITIOUS.
guests Monday, Mrs W. A. Al- north of Metlnetnndi! / they tine mile exhibited behind ilia"." or "to be atorwimmlng ,
were ear '. In side view"The'.e I AND DESERVING as a young man with
varez, of Jacksonville, and.l Sidney sled from the dock on itreti'u'is
U' are believed to be (l't-e a family who needs help to win and. be
Alvarez, Washington, D. C. the ilile of M.inniS'urli.'?<' ih, onl your promotion

.- -- ---- "'try ",qint; ",,", ? ..J 'w.s_" LI I ,"' I Hu' H"i..u in '''lt II,'.',vltV.. .. I;"rl.v, 1) on"" ivcn' tin or'' ",rti'niLy to (turn hie i:i tuIenLs to the service of
their v. u ul.aptav
Mrs Carrie Ritch spent Satur-I toe new hnme In the upper plctun .tv. were at the old New York Aqua his people and our government.

.. tiny in Jacksonville, und bAby can bv seen just before bplni, ('".AI. They died In I9I.J:
reunited with "its mother which It immediately In add' ; ,,0 U.' VOTE FOR HIM-
companied home by her lions N. toll P(" ,1' ? y,. eh..i ".
II pd about
atSTERNBERG'S I alwiys "Pn /uiii. huge turtles California ..
It Pays to Buy T. and Tommy. who have been romlng up to breathe al the same I: ens
I- .spending awhile with Dr. and Mrs. I ume Its' mother did. .)f< sea i. life".ther are lore being.and assembled ainal! fur ni In ZACH. H. DOUGLAS

C. C. Mendoza Tommy Ritch returned Porpoises being mammal., breath hew Immerse
Somewhat similarly' to human aquariums which are! is: the Candidate for State
and resumed his beings designed for
Monday scientific
I and mint com to the surface for display,motion Attorney best suited for the office.
sir and public
studies In Lee High school. !pictures! observation | I (CPd Political "

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F >>AY
PaGE' 81X flRAIFOIU: COVN'l'V-'rI'I..F.UK.PR_':: : (1t, FLORW -- '. '13 IB8

I To Test Freedom Of Speech In Jersey City -[I MIND Experienced OUR OWN observers BUSINESS of the: In- I n__--.' Four Aces_ ___. -=1

SECTION j r| ternatlonal scene are now predlct- I : ,: ., ,

I FARMERS |, Ing; that there will not be a !gener-Few

il European war this year.

NOTES OP INTEREST TO BKADFOUn GROWERS I u-c ,ihi-m go so far as to say there r

1 -nnv not be one next yenr. With a

1--i .iI'AKSK: KAI.NFAM. IS I two glKintlc military machlrcH. ,.
and with ,
and Italy's i
CAUSK: OK LOSSES ,' HItII'ED ) "nmMny'a -
Hints To Housewives !: : ('UOI''IEI.n* I Vni M'llnl. openly boastIng that hlII. :
'HIM i no most powerful fleet of mil- ; k4\\

.'I 1 .,' airplanes in the world. the I II
\Vo-ilv! from Homo DcmotiNtra- GAINESVILLE.!: Sparse! rainfall :
of submarines, nnd
''u\ ::'lit number
two month'
Tallalnsseos(1MIERTf'.II the
lion Spit-latlnr! during past
mobilize an army of nine mil- : I
li responsible for reduced yields I n

: ; : '; HKIMiS!' ANTS and, In some cases actual loss of ill soldiers over night, the threat i
crops In' many sections of peninsular -I' i> pi ice Implied by Hitler a an :
And! like sweet foods especially linn of Austria and his '
I Florida according/ to reportsreceived u< apPol'-I'
aurli nn sugar cakes, and candles by the State Agricultural t nt intentions toward nations ,

and cooked meals or meat products Extension Service from, county j I seems menacing Indeed.
I .rflnnfl- '- ot'' -- -- --- -
2 that all --- -- -
The Bureau of Entomology agents II may be objected --

and Plan Quarantine, of the TJ. Montana this In none of our business and Four" famous scientists posing together on their arrival ,
_ Week after week of bright,::; sunny NEWARK: N J Representatives Jerry 0 Connell (left) .t. 01.
S. Department of Agriculture weather and little or no precipitation Democrat and John T Bernard, Minnesota Furmer-Labcrlle who doesn't concern America. But It verslty of Notre Dame to attend the symposium of the phy, :: it

which haa made extensive stud Ie" have resulted In an abnorm- planned to address a meeting In Journal Square Jersey City May 7. In does concern America, In many universe last week. Left to right: Prof M. S. Vallarta, of th, \i Jchiiaetts /

of the ways of ants and methods of I ally dry condition of vegetable defiance of the "dictatorship" of Mayor Frank Hague, are shown with ways. It Is not inevitable that Institute of Technology, famed for his findings on th,. ,10YI'
from them( date. this country will be drawn Into tertoua cosmic ray particles, Prof. W. D Harkins of the J
preventing annoyance acreage, citrus groves, and farmson their wives after addresties were cancelled pending choice of later Um\ .It,t> of
explains that If a foraging of I which general field crops have They will make an effort, they said to lest the constitutional guaranty the next European war, if we Chicago, one of the world great authorities on the UeHtilhuiion ,of!

scout ant locates food of these been planted or are growing. Cltrus I I of free speech in Jersey City and to "see that democracy penetrates watch our step and do not cutmrait chemical elements In the universe, Dr Carl D. Anderson. ot 'ih.. 1'\\.

_ t'.nda: it reports Its discovery to I and truck growers In central! j I II' New Jersey Mrs O'Connell at left. ourselves to fight other peoples'buttleH. Ifornla Institute of Technology and Nobel Prize wlnnui In phi i, < 'IQ
the ant; colony. In an increaioiyKhort I and southern portions of the state But there Is no doubt 1930. and Proto J. F. Carlson, brilliant th..nr..tt..a' )!...... ,
F 'a"i i "''' [ 01
p time the storage place may I' who have wells and Irrigation sys- I "Sunday Chronicle": "Twenty to that some of the free nations of I p'rdu University I ;: I Ibe

bo swarming with unwelcome visitors terns on their property have had of man's life Europe are counting upon Ameri-

I these In operation for several twenty-five years ran support should they become never permanent so long as any complete and sincere .
k_ I I From Other Pens I the earth In i his and the i I' 'p1 1 ,q
be located by weeks In efforts to prevent crop I Involved.It .
If the nest can 1 thereof! nation feels It Is unjustly excluded by everyone In th(' WOuld, ,,.i i
following the trail of the worker 10RBes.I seems clear that If the democracies the
I i To which George Bernard Shaw, from. rights and privileges essential brotherhood ,
buck to the point of their disappearance -] Farmers who have planted cotton I CIIAIIGESIt of the world, which In- ill: iuan.
EASY TO tAE not to be kept out of any argument -
which others enjoy. kind and. the
the Inmates of the nest trouble getting it elude besides America, the BritishEmplrl' complete ntmlhv' of
are having to
In i for a candidate runaround "If want to be
easy replied::
you I Once
a become
people so nation -
or colony may be reached and destroyed -I above ground because of the lack the county and make don't want to I France, Denmark, Bel- all human beings In tb' "\KHof}<\ f
,11 you conscious
If the nest Is not In a j of moisture. Bright leaf tobacco who Is In glum, the Netherlands, Switzerland the right to differ God. Lacking that trie ,'- '
charges against the man be over thltty. If you want to with them but Insist their hut' t
place where a fire hazard would, Is not growing: aa fast as it office, but these charges are no be an old dotard well I'm over Norway Sweden and Finland innate upon security of peaceful pcop" s ..1, 9

_ be created the ants may be destroyed -I should as a result of the dry soil guarantee of honest, effective and eighty!" from an alliance for the superiority over theirnelgllbol's sufficiently strong system <,i national
a little car- of the democratic principle the seeds of war have defence to
by make
conditions. Even watermelons, a efficient service In the office. They protection any other,
bon kerosene, or gasoline The beat answer of all cume the autocracies of the world been sown. When ationg nations nation hesitate before
bisulphide ,
_ ClOp that does very well in dry merely made to prejudice the ilolng 'n.
Into the opening by meant i I weather are handicapped, because! mind the man who from Dame Marie Tempest. the I would at once make common cause adopt that attitude toward the thing to stir up troubli Wish.
voter's agnlnst:
I actress: "Each should be a I rest of the world there Is nothing -
age have
of an oil can or small syringe of Insufficient moisture. Many Job. against them, and we would Ington County News.
all Inflammable. may be doing a very good golden ago, If you keep your brain world at the non-agresslve! nations .
Thepo! substances are havo lost whole act'eages should be the spectacle of a war -- -- -
I growers Little confederation clear and If you have the capacity can do for self-preservation butt '
Precautions should be takento of cucumbers. SIV-// I over conflicting Ideals I

see that no fire Is lighted where Some cattle ranges over the Il'n>' the for candidate votes on a who basis la of for absorbing those( things' which !. Tho w nnnp_ nttitiiflo -for the nn. TTnited -m > arm themselves and. hold themselves I' "DUE1 !' If Excess A, ::' ", ,
will give a happy life ready for the Inevitable youp'.n'of '
they are uxed state are also showing the effectsof imr r hla opponent, whether that States to take Is to strengthenour I lilljlj. ''' '' 1
Tried and proved prevention' Grass ts I True It is that every age has I rigorously maintain' conflict which will come aa soon I Ulcer., In,1 )I.Bloatlnl'Ca.HeartLurn .
_ the long dry period. I opponent Is In office or running defenses
methods are to keep>> food supplies I not growing as fast as it normally for office What the voter should something to offer. Childhood has our Independence and maintain aa the arrogant nations believe ,E. '1 ,,,:
I its frolic, youth Its romance maturity they can win a war. j I Nausea, get a free sample of I.DC;A
likely to attract ants in tight containers dues at this season of the year. i want Is a man who can be depended I'riendshlp with all other nations,
I I its mastery of the world, II The millennium Is a long way and a free Interesting booklet
In the '
or rl.'trlgerator.j Precipitation for the Gainesvilleand upon to render the best service whatever their forma of government I atCARPENTER'S

sweep up promptly any crumbs of ]I other districts of peninsular to his constituents and the politi and age its contentment.. For It Is none of our business off. The perfect guurautee of I

_ cnke or bread scattered In the I I Florida has been about half of normal I ('sub-division which he seeks' to some, contentment is the highest if a nation chooses to be Fascist 1------perpetual peace_! __ -_would._ __be__ _the_._ _. __
I IPol'on --- ---
_ house goal of life. For them, the age I .n.-
since the first of the year whether it may be dis Communist or anything: else so _
biiitH can also be used to'I' _- *_ .__._--- ,I trict.represent county or atate.- Plant City which seems to offer least, may In long as they don t try to force BOREE ILiNERALDthE
kill the and the brood. Su- reality turn out to be the best.What ; : !
queens ,I SCHOOL BOARD I Courier.IIV: their system on us. Full lin of Cn it< & t'ndi-rMliern Suppu
I _____. __ arc man's bcbt years? Allot The war talk which has been A i: bLL ,V NOE SEnVIC b I

-- % WARRANT LIST \\ (ONDITION OK NAILS them---If he learns to live each heard so volubly for the past hAY AJHtl M'JHT' I

INDICATES ONE'S HEALTH age ai It comes along and to forget yen' or so seems to be subsiding, 53 PIIO.N; 53

BUSINESS T"I'h.1'M Salary P1111,1Muriel I the Joys of the past In the understanding but there Is -us yet no certainty <}. II. KKNNKIT; : Mifr.
-- --- -
Norman $Z.OO; ; :SorchleBaird. I The general health hug much to and appreciation of that we have arrived "at the era "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

DIRECTORYDRINK $30.00; Ethel Sewell, $28.00; do with the well being of the fin. the present Fort Meade Leader ot perpetual peace. --- -- -

_ Carl Roberts, $5000; H. B. Wiggins ger nails. The deep rose tint Is --+ ---- That era will never arrive until

$30.00; Emma: Chalker, six I proof that circulation Is normal. When the torch of the Statue of the nations find a basin of agree-

fl days, $29.20;. Cleo Andrews, five Brittle nails suggest a diet defic- Liberty was kept lighted as many ment as to the division of the

days, $23.00; Virginia Alvarez iency, probably lack of calcium as 700 birds crashed against it in world among them in accordancewith

I two days, $7.50; Hazel Matthews, which can be supplied by three a month's time. their needs. Peace can

@!eG two and one-half days, $11.70; glasses of rich milk each da* '

M. W. Morrow, two days $8.40; When the flesh Is chilled, nails -

I Mrs. E. K. Perryman three days, turn blue Swimmers should remember -

t. In f Storlll/cd Bottle $1500Lorena; Rosier, one day, that when the finger

The rniiso That Kefrr,,heVK 'I $3,23; Hazel Thomas one day sheaths are that color, it Is time !

.. '-. $325: Leslie Shephard, four and to come out of the water, warnsa
i one-half days $19.25; Carol White writer In the Cleveland Plain

\ ARErnEscuirnoN I two days, $8.80; Sorchle Baird, Dealer- '! .. ;B4, OU/5 R'2/D _

1 $ 3O.00; Kitty Hogsed, $50.66; Harinon --- \
A Photo f A' W AJ
Features SyndicateMANY
KXFKH.T8CARPENTER'S The finger nail consists of the< .. .- MusIc ; .
Morgan,::; $300; Florida Ban! .d 0
-- note, free edge or eave, the body of the< I an enduring tribute to you.recall his "Hit the Deck" tune'
At Sturko, payment on
nail the lunular or half moon and has been fashioned in -he seems moat suited for the Job..
Walter $48.61
$8,80700 Sibley
TilE REXAU. STOREfr'flM's ; the root that extends under thi I the song shops of America. The capacious "
___ Blanche Edwards: $5866 Annie
___ ;
flenh. At the base of the nail llmtha files oi A "Father" song from Youmans
I I Laura El"on, $53.33; Mildred Morgan matrix which must be protected ASCAP are might popularize too old fellow. for -_ _'_ AY A
.1063; L. H Futch $61.33: teeming with"Mother" Youmans has a fine talent for ear- tt_
II Is the factor
I ]
A tKH P'IIOl'fAGF.J1I.JtOI. : from Injury. .7 :
I longs viz., his "Carloca. ;
R E Turner $8100: Floy Sullivan material Is made tickling melody -
where) new nail Most of them his "Tea for Two." his "Flying C5.5- qCC'Ta / '
. ) It. I.AUUENCEItPltUlrrril $2300: ; I. B. Cody. $5000; scales push Q 50MB 7 4
overlapping of -
Tiny by reason Down to Rio. 'd '
Vernu Sheffield!: $25.00; Emmi a1
substance that their sentimental -
Itrut LXnla, llrokrrIIICKJHT8. forth, forming a :-
I I Hill. $2300; Joyce Futch $35.00; I I should, bo satin smooth. Applies character. Vamp 'Till Ready :'

KI.rO I.: Vl.\. !f. W Morrow. $81.60; Ha Reale, tlona of olive or mineral oil will 'tl have a persistent Whatever became of the crooning/ 43-i

$25 00: Jewell Roberta, $30.00H'eleri ; conditioned. ,1 popularity I activities of Earle Sande. erstwhile
I keep It Father, poor Jockey This department tioml-.
Cody, $3000:: ; Lilly McRae, -
The outer surface of the nail I Is: 't." toul. is sadly neglected sates as the best marching( / long of
Denmark Harmon Morgan. $30.00; ,I ,
_ : I convex and the Inner surface con how- the year that of the Dwarfs, entitled ..
Furniture Co. ; Melvn Crosby. 25.00: Harry Sapp, the little sheath fits the I.oui.Reld' aver. There "Heigh llo" end ffatureil IaDiney'e KlrSfiZttUrl&
i 521\.00; Mrs. E B. Wells, $25.00; cave. HO li hasn't been a "Snow: White." Tatul-
\\ a Are irHin' :; Ni'MSli ItJ" 'g. I.ubedia Johns, $25.00; Arthur fInger perfectly. The nail itself melodic bow to him in many yean.He lah Bankheatl may/ be the next interpreter

11< I'eo'y Pay. lie Sure to :McRae $25.00; Beverly Cady, nl'vel'tl1elt's. tissue but the matrb U being passed by in the sprint of Cole Porter's sophisticated !
., full equipment of nerves,, of time. At least it 'slaid that
It It. fore You Buy. hls1 I aonat.
._ '1$2:5.00: ; Corlle Faulkner, $23: 00; OR -
blood vessels. I'ortcr believes throatfty-ieauo/ -
ri.ItN JTl'lIl1) f MrOnulley. $1000; Agnes +-- The general Indifference to PappyIs liio Miss Bankhead is 'l'eal'Yllllftel'

III I],!MNO ANt ICEPAIIIING KnowleM, $06.68. M\N'S-- BEST!: YEAKS probably due to the tremendous to such an assignment. Chiefly/ -
I Ins large. due to the popularity/ of "There's a
A SPECIALTY I General lAiiut ? II wallops he has taken on
What' are man's best years Such knockout Gold Ming in the Sky," the song's
I chin.
E J LewiH board service,, I you could live your life at one age,, blows protruding have been struck by cartoonists ; author, Nick Kenny (ASCAP), itfi

'1 ;i.,.4. t'ldIIUnlC, '.on"", 1 *?,S.0O( ; RUMen Jndd. brick layer, what ago would you choose ? comedians and scoffers of Tin I recently signed,? )headline Loeu' .

: :t tm-i-\j mid OriumimiNK I *no 00; O L. Kersey brick layer,, I Would you anchor at 20 would I Pan Alley. that lbs public vaudeville- Gill .

I II <:U? T*' Rufus O AllAn, brick lay- slow down to a halt at 40. or I has come to regard Whatever became of i t'Su "

,. p : )r-' 11 \In'" \'.J'NO'ELTy: !: ; -i-, "$IBOO; W. V. Knott, State. would you you bo satisfied to follow a I Pappy ns a sap, an oaf, .11 jcoyhont' Brown famef Brothers of i iOFFEa

'.HOP 1 .1'.1. be
fund, $223 00: Oulgley A Biti I My history may
Bands Dr.wBig
r-1""'!" Those questions, always good for I faulty but It's my Impression 8N105!
',i I", material, $282.19; W. P. started : Crowds
2tItth .Ir a verbal! battle, recently a Tin Pan Alley
i 3rnph.\ b ud service, $23 00; J. H.I word-fracas in the British press can really take the rap I Biggest audiences in

_ I Moore, brtard{ service, 25.00: : Flor- when Winston Churchill, former for his low estate. It began I America: today are those
which attend the performance -
J back In the rumUOHO i I
Mn Uaalt"4t glarke. payment
in the
Minister of State, recorded when the oi traveling S
Reddish 'contract bus bought days r:, Woman
tunesmlths fostered the swing bands. There's ro t''. ,
by County. $4867: N. Thomas. notion that he was an halfway measure in .1' ,

. : ntprhtwntfhman$ $*>,flO; Treasurer material $330.18; Crane Company Old saloon-ridden soak. ,I i reaction that is Stir

Wmnn-n' -Cllh. two months library I plumbing supplies $:S49.9ri; LouisGeimnin lie never recovered front lated by swing. You :
material for new the terrific lowdown of I i either a frenzied ad.or NO. I OFFU NO 3
A. & Sons.
expetme: $30.00; Roy Benjamin .... : rOUPTAla
LI--- .dl. v -a-, -. a rabid hater of a JUL FIVE!: 'k ALL
'nrchltei-t foe. $38284 : Bill's Sign bull.lnl$809.42; hayes Lumber tilt. IflIIOL.their evil Thousands- of young an' N.w.pap.r.1 Yr. I rOR ONLY Thl. .w.papor.lVr. IMaqailna roil ON!.
member song-
l Shop, painting sign, $2.50: Russell Company. rejected lumber. $30.00: I "Father dear Father Nick A.fe.A.p.! Kenny old' addicts stormed the aqaitnM r }$2.10 M l $"d.'Ii'

r Judd. brick layer $27.38; Rufus KufiHcll ,Judd brick layer. $16.13; come home with me Paramount Theatr. 4 from Croup 13 I ..., from Group rOFFCT \ 1 &

G Allen brick layer, $3000: A. Rufus O Allen brick layer, $11.25: i now:; the clock In the steeple door the other day-and shagged in. -

1101 Surrcncv. cnrpenter. $5.00: T.i.J : J. D Matthews. brick layer, strikes 12." the aisles to Benny Goodman's tin OFFER N. 2 NO 4Thl
$21.73 Carl Ritch. plumber, copation. ThIs K.w.pap.r, 1 Yr. \ JltL bait N4w.pap.r 1 Yr. \ All
Griffin freIght charge ; sit 25
i ; A I FOIl ONLY *': c
I Roy Tomllnpon, transportation, $1800: A. C. Dernlnon. cnrponter. Pappy a Loafer to Timtmetr IIOl -#-" ,2rtagaxtns f'5 ;> ,2 irON Uaora"n.Croup A > "
:;; 10.00: J L Simmons! plumbing, $2 .10: ,1. H Moore. board' .Vot" only/ was Pnppv set cfoit.it asa -e musical program that yourr 1 1 Maor'utD. E> I $2.25 ?. HII<;crIn.: I <<
"J10.U; A. J. Grlffls Rupt. salary I service $2500; W. P Smith, blAuIout/ mountebank, but he waxalia p..innt misses 01tbe air- from Croup D F -.J tram Crollp B J
eitablttlieil at a lazy/ good !or- of the Kansas: City .. ........ .
Lew1 I U that
E.: J \\.1. \ -' -
0; 1 1iOO: ; Louise Warren salary, \ hoard service $2300: nothing loafer. Leio Dockttader the
( which the Into De-
I i'00.: Rill Long, office work, 1 board service. $25.00; F. A. minstrel, u't, the cane historian SM.ipiiouy: for acted enthusiastic Trus Btory' ...- I t.k '
V. 'i 1 '.0.: RtMgel JudJ, brick layer.! holding special nxam. $1.00;; with, his ditty/ "Everybody/ works Wolf Hopper as used ''vt4. nu.rid: M"'illxlo.' __ I "
newsplctures! ceremonies. Hopper -
iy::, yew \ master of Coed Blor" '. -..--..-- I Pl C' '.
S t 50.; Rufus G. Alton, bi'Ick layer Stat-ke Telephone Co.. $25.45: but father unit he tilt around ail to hall the band ni "America's first j p Ceuor l ic-.',,. -- I $ I
: &
sl', TOO, CAN TAKE ", 'O,; J r>, Matthews $::1() 00"lmtM ; 1 Ixmls Germain & Sons $519.20; day," aet with uncoruclous irony to rhythm symphony." The term was Tuna ntwa'npun! =. 1 ,

,; i JPICTURE8 THAT \1- ft SmIth $12 60; Jim ; ft A. Wlnkler. electric work. a Symphony drabs of. The Dvorak's? comic( New strip World boys accuiate. It departed from the claa- -

.tj FOR DIG MONEY ,80 A. K. Surrency', Judd. brick layer, utica for one brief period each weekto McCcll'. MOIB.. \ ALL t1.-'
,1 Pa>rwi'U. $4 : ?; 55.6l; Runnel took up his burden and, with the
of the day :
V. '; : ${IflO Cnn Ri'ch I nufus G. Alien, 3000.) comedians such fellows as AMWunn. play the popular tunes oman-j I J ? i"I
y YOU nevrcpieforee! ei'psntet' ; $18.00; with a brilliant fervor and a rhythmic ,cd Lctt iii > <"5.1.O
plumbel'. $30.00; J. C. Smith i District Fund W C. Fitldi. Charlei Jtng-/ expertness that only a topnotch r..irm IV >
1 .,/ a miuir-.rtm of $1.00i 'plumber: $30.00; Jim Bagwell I } Lester Crosby labor and pnlntlijg pie*. the late Hairy/ Kelly-finished. symphony organization can THIS ; : ._ J **
< i ric aptancf Many briny hint(
off _
t School $11.73 J offer when it shirts from Haydn to
1, r i *.jh at tSO.GO aaj bight cwiirpouter, $960; A. C. Pcnnison, i on Rising ;
carpenter, $9.00; Qulgley A Davis. : \. Richardson: labor and painting f'--? bey-hoy. .. t >lNSnr, ;
For Contributors School, $19.90: Floyd UAXauAJCUM -
1-vp : Tin Pan Alley ought to reclaim Ever slanTing is any departure of g$ earn i r-n i n fTirfum am rm ti i a*ti tin r r itn ea *''
p ,..mJlCt.&mIIU ;nr" sirup containing sodium ari I (")'n.hy. labor and palatine on father; ought to reclaim him with a Tin ran Alley from old tradition.,.
I and tar- Itis'nA School. $880; Alex Barns, I nominate Mod startling departure from tradition -
I F'S i nile", hcnro'itu! of soda, ; tingling, tinkly tune. Gantlomco: I
_,.,.,.,.., ..v._ .... t finraci'i! II effective bait ilf llhor nnd painting of Rising Vincent Youmani an ASCAP ace in the last, year was a tony 'jytfy yfo nVftuf

: \" r".J...... 69; ", I o'H of (loot fI It should be !c>v o!1. $24 mF: A. Scott. rent, composer, for the task. The reclamation loAirA/ regarded the moon Annie. Wn ocloae $....................'<> whIch pl.s.. sea'l l
.. '", Fund reimburse- obviously will have: to: be along ansly instead of '1'111flit! omfor'T, ', ,_ ___ 7 II lha masazinci I l--.vo checked, lec'tier with a J .
.. and 2 (00: (
iE .10. ,1'\l \ In H'nall rontalnors put ; .
I !
.' I 9tcik viy r th... lines of a ro .lng T'-i.h; "mntnrr', 7'.n.>"j PIM Knl-tti, : / ? M -ubscr ,
L ) .i i,.. -, .. I -n-, ,. t'l i P'T.vtiTn ants orrii.. !111 I .1'"* t for commissions to f\qp,1t Sine Youmans is the creator of'the I ger and Led Robl'bore the (I.'.'." 0 ibm.to, orsr" no far D Story Offer II

,. ; 118."..' "' iirf.! r' nnnihcr If used imlooi, .., i .';ail; \ by Gen. Fund. $104.37: Ebb Itnapplest hallelujah of recent years "/ama.. That Xfoon'i here .)&niii, ._.-.L
I 79 .Eapt.fM In Tliointon. janitor service, $ 15.00: '
; I "'n.iii ntnimnM can be placed service. $32.50.; I Uaiu.Litii .................................._
: :llDtU'lODAYROIiWtlo' the trail of the ants on sponges.Pre"aution N Thomaa. janitor
I BETRAM C. HENRY SAID: "Many a jnon vnlnty I
towels and tissue
tor/4ft.I... should be! taken to 8. R Johns. Street .. ......... -.
b..ItIIIt' I Hwd. Co., janitor wishes h. Tw re able to comprehend ond enjoy music : or R.F.D. ....
tiutriun and anlraiili $13 50:
. kow you loo c.n IoU pidurM Ui.t w.buy I safeguard beings who might easily have gained the had he been I
bra,.., Adili_rioriu. Idltor,Mra olCOOPEZATIVC when poisoned sirups are being \ supplies $7.83; W. E. Thornton power Towa anj Stt., .. -a.tew,1 II
subjected to the right influence In childhood
service 25.00: ; Nick Thorn- i
I' used ''prepared, or kept on J .
,i JellJI..u.MooWe.%.FEATCXES, 111 10._ aj, janitor service $32.SO. -.-- -- I


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I sire' I.. C.GRAIIADI II ml.... Corrt...."..... ,LAy AjK AI OXFORD Tuesday MISSION s newspapers IIAIX carried ai,! Overseas Highway May Put Life i lJI;

BOB JONES Mr and Mrs C. J. Frazier and most startling item of news when Into Key West After Slump]
the of k
ompared with prophecy
sons Charles and Bobble, and L ::7I-1ALSEY
here RAINES :
Daniel 2.38-46: and fitted quite naturally What is said to be the '
CO"mellts, I''C. Smith, Jr were trammeling .. .. tlon, provisions, and drinking water
1 buslnoHM in Jacksonville? ,., t"I 1! 1', i\ -' rrba.,.//; :/::. ,- into the study of the eve- ing highway oll'lltAnd-1 had to be transported, over lI
:\lmTll'Tt'aftcr/ KuluiduvMr +e .. .. w "" '.,,",,---\4 ." r I "" n'nc which was ,cnlitled as follows nil Jhm*.nt of fH*. ,.'.. "
l.w'a r
I and Mrs "l"I.
J. A. J. McKinney water to the construction.
W ureas
In-I I the of ', :; to ,..xMr -' ..tee! -,,Y-'_ rwTuas "Muses in the gate and Paul re-Ulty when automobile traffic
proud parents a baby ?
Iln,, writer read an iYiL rlI.T :i I the atfl h's." I I started recently on the great Overseas Labor was recruited largely from q
I I born May 4.
'nll\ | boy II
"<"''"" ,.,mnil,, on "Life andwon I|I We to ; \\ II.\S .\ >K.\EI= > What's that got to do with I[, As Moses called for those on Highway between Miami nnd the Key West relief! rolls
ri' \i the Chicago are sorry report that L unto him. II I Key Went with the mainland !
; ?, m toby i I I C. Smith l IH In the Gainesville hos- SO ." .\1CIfv off the track' Paul explained. 1 I I the Lord's side to come. linking A particularly sturdy type of
Ti'b iiitorlal referred the stairs, testifiedof the coral Islands that stretch
and Paul
as on construction was compulsory on
ft""':n'' ,',,-livered ChicagoCUSinw i iI |'I pitnl with an infected hand. Miei'liltin comes from nKuimim i no Lee demanded ,!I Christ "and the Lord stood byhim" ]! more than 100 miles into blue tropic ( the entire project which embraced -
Mr rollcKo to study at Ox-: ." : half mile, If
*) of and Mrs. Alfred Varncs, of "" 've just run a '' "il '
1 to a I. I because of It, so today Christ' waters to the southernmostcity nine separate units Fvery
::11 I I loidlth it hit too much xrlfUHMiiritniu and he dot'Hn t want to take a '
Sampson Mr.
City were ;
and high ministers, his followers -! In the United States and
l'It+ ?, ".1 I seniors for his EIIKII..hf'I..rnul. \ calls upon bin ton of cement, every foot of steel
|Igt'| |' who were In at- ,j I and Mrs Berry Dyal, Sunday. chance on you. of these things forming the last link In Route l''I
,, ?,,,in.t"B t I .,,,. Despite. hit to testify that went Into the construction
ictl, '"""Su'sines* men sold that col-i I was visiting Misses Alta Smith roll hli ulder. Molly It4nu- lever felt better In my life! Lee their eye's and to call the people to I lag, "ff" place, nt a COB! of $7- of the Public Works Administration -
rhl' fdu. "n. Inn is not essential to nnd Lumamia Dyal, Sunday. I most huue\rr.; a Mister of.1 )loaaeed repentance and obedience. "I 400.000. I and Bridge Commission The
"'I'm "ccesaful: bus 1 Paul shook his. head. "There's | would rather be door-keeper In i iI construction
a" 'or a member of 1.4'(-'" class| fn-ln. a Key Went can no longer be called Is thought to be hur-
'( 'tI. The writer in his iNr1 'I)It A IN that thn. .tmert"ran' boy In. mix.uiKlcrslitnd. I 10 need to be belligerent, Sheridan I the house 01 the Lord than to i the "jumping off" place, however I ricane-proof

I1""' !Is .tli sections of AmericaIfl'nV Mrs /. / Griffin, Correspondent| und ki-cpH several. I I had, nothing to do with it." [ well I in tents of wickedness' as one of the most important Already Key West Is preparingfor ,
;! '"",. college graduates who 11IClIgt''f'ntR'lth/ him. Out I "You're not running as anchornan Psalm 841011.: ,'I developments in the completion of nn Influx: of tourists. With

,,?,7 I ,,; employment Recently Mr. ,nd Mrs. Jacob Green and one evening idler hours, they I by any chance' asked Lee. It was not too lute' to pay Iiom- I thu Overseas Highway will be a the forging of thin final link in

an, ro", lanes. College located atClc' I children: of Plant City were visiting imrniMl IIIIHH. detection l by ooklng at Paul suspiciously. age; to Mothers, so the music ar- dally;) round trip ferry service between U. S. Route 1. New York will bta

tb 0 ,?,., renneBsee. of which in- j at the bedside of their father, t Itn nf'UIl. "Yes, I am." lunged for the evening was a solo that city und, Havana thus only forty-four hours from this

.tilll'' "I, I i happen to be the founder i i B. L. Green, tho past week-end. Lee was almost beside himself I "Lr-nrn of the Lilies" a duet "IfI definitely making this raid a part I tip of the nation brought about I

rn "I| ireful survey of the Mrs Collie Cotton of Luke City, i I M'TKU SK\KN with fury as Paul walked off. Could Hear My Mother Pray of the Pan American Highway to by the Inauguration of a bus service -

record,i and ftandlng of all of the I was visiting her aunt, Mrs. D. D. A thunderous volume of applause Molly hearing the announcement I Again" and a quintette "Sweetest" I Central and South AmptlcaFrom | of four roumltrlps dally making ,.

grad", ,,? .' ,of the college Every i| Woodward, Sunday. rolled across the utadlvimns of the substitution of Paul for Lee, Mother. all rendered by gills of : Itches to Riga it po 8ible to leave Miami in

dean" 11ft a good> position. I Ralph Gainey, who is employed Lee Sheridan running el\slly.1 was BUI'priued, and out of the corner -I the Mission A framed picture of I The victim of economic vicissitudes 1- the morning. ..spend much of the

{ThedI"? all successful in their at Luke City, spent the past weekend breasted, the tape well ahead of, of her eye she watched Lee Washington' last farewell to his during the past ten yours l! day in Key West and return to the

chosen fields and professions. ( with his family here. his Cambridge rival on the anchor I anviously. mother was presented to the oldest \ the Inland City of Key West has mainland that evening. Direct con-
not .. whisky-drinker In mother present long of obtaining I sections! will be made at Miami i,
There t? Lee and of of the two-mile relay The It was Preston who led off for sought means : a '
Mrs R. E. children, leg;
tile, oiowcl Those who are married I Btthel, were visiting C. A. GrlfI roved remembered with appreciation -,,10XiOI'd. At the crack of the gun; The Mission Hall was attractive : motor highway to Miami WhenHenry I I for Jacksonville and the North. 'I.
have happy homes. There I how the American had taken off like a Htreak. Running and flagrant with tall stands of M Flakier, extended his Formal dedication of the highway
I f Is, Sunday. 1'
[ no divorces. Most of the I tho baton n good thirty yards be- with high stride, he blazed lilies and other cut flowers.On I Florida Kant Coast Railroad to 0 0I Is. planned* for July 4
graduates are active ChristianWorkers j Joe Griffis, Jr., of Clay County, I ',Ind his' opponent and slowly but 'n ten yards ahead of the Cambridge May 20 there will again be Key West by building the Overseas -- -A-- -.

'Will you guarantee me I wa! visiting. Albert Griff, Sun- i Inexorably<<: had cloned the distance -: runner and made a perfect ) meeting in the Tabernacle of interest I!, Railroad In 1912 the city became )I' Portugal baa been Independentsince

position. If I will come to the ,I day. finally jogging home an pass to Rimsey.. The cheers from and helpfulness.The I the most prosperous In the State the 12th, century
Bob Jones College and take a bus- ,I We are sorry to report little winner. the Oxford section gave way to usual meetings will be con for a period But with the trnns- --.---- _.
easy I
nesS! course?" a young !lady wrote I I Merrill Jones sick at this writing. Ill )unll, however a few seconds tinued at the Mission. I I fer from there of the naval base It has been estimated that 17 .

the president of the college sometime We wish. for him n speedy recovtery. I But Lee disregarded all thebeers I later Ramsey was being overtaken When pursued by dogs, hnrrsHometlmes {I and coast guard station and the crops are worth about $06,000,000 I

ago 'As far as we know, I I Smiling he sought outjMolly's I by Ms opponent. lie was behind I run In relays The disruption. of her clgnr industry a year more because. disease re-

every young man and young wom- Mrs Mae Prevalt was visiting face and, throwing on a Lee standing on the sideline.mutteicil ( puisued hare starts a fresh one and sponge fisheries, the city slid sistant varieties have replaced

,? Who has taken a business I relatives at Oviedo and Sanford, I ,went salt started up Into the Imprecations I und rests In its place Into economic depths Its only older varieties

coitrsi' m our college has a position Sunday.A grandstand.Paul AB Ramsey came In, well outdistanced hope, tre citizens felt, wen a highway y- -- -.

but we do not guarantee any large crowd from. this section I who was also on the field o by the Cambridge m..n''] Sheridan bring chanted. I, to connect them with the

rturtcnt a position. We do guar- visited Kingsley Lake Sunday afternoon In unllorm. was surreptitiously and panting from his futile effort name window. mainland. > ; wat
strode to them I < .
ujic ,.,..T.V student that he will be "Ignalllng to Elsu, who sat off In he suddenly fumbled the baton. I "That's Lee a funny way to celebrate With much opposition and. pollticil itr t
hold position if he willdo Mr. und ? Mose Fouse, of a fur corner of the pavilion. Molly Oxford '
,ble II'' a I tn. : Hummett the third runner, h, tiling Cambridge!" he said tensely : blt-k"'lng'll. work on such a 41
the work we require and live i I Lake City were visiting Mrs. caught the exchange of gesture; hastily picked it up but it was I I highway although started a number -

IccordlO" '10 the moral and Bpiiitual i! Ralph Gainey, Sunday. 'I and knitted her blows But she l too lute Around the turn the ,: of years ago. was constantly
of the college," the A smiled when Lee sill down next to I "They don't consider It a victor
standards ---- -- t Cnmnrlilge min sped fully twen- j J i dolnyod In 1935 government aid
I :
PJ't'SJII.111 replied. I have, found | GUM BRANCH her. I ty-flve yards, In the van. 'I' \ sir|. Scatter said slowly'" : was obtained for the highway
Tint do take It ; won't you
thai mwhom ,'et< of the college graduates I "You ran beautifully) for an I Paul moved Into place ready for | easy which hn.1 l been completed on
Mac 'or. the chant Incrcaseei
Annl Ilarnug, Lee looked out as -
I have met who were out o\vl," .she aldI | the final relay' When the two run-I acme of the inlands but long
In volume He saw a mans
of employment had had employment I I "Oh I just happened to get the ners" bore down on the starting ||I .stretches Bill) had to be crossed ,
Mrs W. F. Hamafte was calledto I I if undergraduates approaching In
but they did not have the jump,' Lee said modestly line, Lee's Jaws set l' ''by terries. A hurricane on Labor ;
little / __
the bedside of her grandson I Im procession
chR'' acici' and moral stamina to "WhHt's Ihe matter ?" Molly In a moment he was jogging .fi | Hav of that your swept away sucha 4-
bold a position. | Marshall McRae. at Pine asked jestingly Aien't you feeling ,ilongside of Paul on the track. I I "We want Shf'I'III"nVe! want (purge portion of the Florida Fast t.

e e !i Level, Sunday. well'"Sure "Out of the way he said I Sheridan!" came from the crowd. CoTRt Railroad right of way that

I have said on many platforms) ,t Mr. and Mrs. W R. Kersey like a million dollars, hici'inh/ clinched teeth. Scatters looked nt Lee with officials of the company decidedto

That It is my honest opinion that spent the week-end In Jacksonville ----- I, .lightened eyes. The mob was en- abandon the railroad between

large percentage of young peo with relatives.Mr. /at N 'erlng the house, mounting the I I Miami and Key Went, and the Ii- ,
and Mrs J. S. Sapp and t tnIrs Lee whirled, fnclng the .
ple who have gone to college land City;) win dp lit another blow '
would have been better off If tneybad family spent the week-end Jack- i luot. Ills. fists were clenched Suddenly ,I With the backing of the Cover I IA

remained at home and had | !sonvllle with relatives. the door win burst open i I not., the State of Florida then I s

gone u> work at something. Unless Chnrney Yarbrough, of Wood. Preston Paul and Ramsey were, ,) bought ft.r a few hundred thane
ihe atmosphere of a collegeor lawn spent Sunday here with Mr ."u the head of the group that en :| and, dnllutH, the right of why of

university is conducive toward i end Mrs. A. J Ynrbrough and Rudolph ,,,red i| the Florida Kant Coast Rnltioud

tile building of character, the in- I Chlsmj .Well, what Is It\ ? Lee demundrl from the mainland to Key West
to j Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Shaw and I v\-lint hnil cost HIP .
ititutlon/ a handicap young strained and expectant."We've I Flaglpr Interests LOW); tutu 1 ,JUtS QUlchUttYiN'r .
the State Farm werevisiting
A ,recent Investigation ofa children of between $20.000,000 and a
I $30.
people \ called to reward you for noun FNAMIL: urtiti
VV-Hiern university showed that (I relatives In this section ., onOOOO/ An Overseas Hlghwatislnif
t sib 'our brilliant exhibition fade: after : i Hoar finish. Its so tough
ilxt cent of the ladles Sunday afternoon. !' the old.. but nubstuntlal road
I> per young moon Ramsoy mid rlnlly."Y that it withstands the harden
limit when they go out on dates." J. A. Harnage and A. J Yar v ')01 of the railroad, was conceived I kind ol wear Ie'. easy to apply J

A.nman who has a Christian | hrough were visiting B. M Mc- yN .. don't get ynn I won didn't"The \ President Roosevelt nproved the -dries in a few hugs ..and if

Slam or life Is bound to realize | Rue in Pine Level section Sunday project, and, Federal aid wits II.IKUI easy to keep clean. ion either

thai. 'no welfare of the youth of morning. point is, Sheridan," Paul ed The highway now completedtirovlclpM wood or cement interior doors.

this. win. Is Imperiled by the MI. und Mrs W R. Kersey Mi nd "there are different ways of a :20-foot: roadway. ovi. i Ask us about tills: long.lasting.

'mo <.1 l liift In many of our college I md Mrs. A. J Yarbrough and inning/ We don't care for your the sea, In one spot 70 feet al!.oviPII floor enamel'

mil universities The parent Bonn and Rudolph Chlsm were vis n ileiilnr, way"I '+ level

01 'ins country owe It to their i ,ding Mrs. Noon Bradley In Boat' foist you keep those big ,, + dldn! I think you would" Lee \ :Nincl riidrrtiikliiK. W. A. BessantJr. Agt. t

chlirtion t to protect them by seeingto train section Friday nfternoon ere on me," said Lee, 'rt a hot back Converting the rullmad lit'MRP* Starke, Fla.
Mrs. T N. Norman left Wed-
:t that their children especially j Thla hAil gone beyond a pcr- ntn concrete roadways wax an In

fat the first two years of college | nenday...for Bradford. ,R. I. where + y, ..total feud between you and Henuno lovition to the contractors The

'anIn a real Christian environment sue Will spend a. mmuu 'it." I'r..lon11,1.. stepping for- tremendous expense Involved can
You will note thatI ------ -. --- .'hy '' Paul teeing; Lee became fran- 'vard. "It'fl now between you and'he' bc: undprHtood when II Is realized area ,

I say real Christian environment I1ROOKEK "\%'h' :iri. vn'i' 90 suddenly mod i o<' 'Of tilt' track man'. he | college" hut nil material used In constnic-

I know church I to nay plen some i ;Mitt Vera GiUney' CorrespondentBaxterLewis cst, then I expected vou "Comp nn.
schools In America where thereare : -- -- she Imitated Lee -" 'Aw. 1 could He shoved, Lee away us the Lea faced them stonily "If you

Immoral practices, such as I. I heat those guys with my legs tied I "ambrirtge: man swept past them. I put a hand on me, I'll knock your

.inking. and sensuality. A church Mr. and Mm John Lewis, of beh'nd' my back!' I But Lee recovering immediately, head off! he threatened, VOTE FOR ,,1

school when It becomes unchristian I Ziff see announcing the marriage "An f matter of fact. I could," \vita bick on the cinders. As The next moment Lee was surrounded '

Is the most dangerous placeon of their daughter Lulu Mile to !admitted Lee. 'ttmmett .staggered toward the I by angry students and being M. L. WATTERSONFor '

eurth In which to educate .Vu. Pitt Baxter son of Mrs. John "Th '.'s mv old Sheridan!" Molly line, Lee s foot went out. Neatlyhe m'>relied out onto the Quad I

young people There are good Barter I of Brooker. This young applauded "For n moment I tripped Paul then /grabbed the En masse, they began to chant:

orthodox, colleges in America-. couple have many friends who th'1uvht you were losing your\ baton from the amazed Hum- j( "We're punishing Lee Sheridan by MKMIIKK; OF SCHOOL HOARD DISTRICT NO :3 ;

Then> are a few educational in- Mil. them much happiness. T*" M mett taking off his punts ?
tutions i left. Institutions that put I "I can's help It if I happen to Rising in one, the spectators "We're punishing. / Le Sheridan, b>' Your Support nnd Your Vote Will He Appreciated in jt

list thinK! first. If patents. will Rusa-iloward I be /good." stood In amazement A gasp ofdisbelief taking off his punts.

elect such schools In which to The many friends of Miss Lois "There you po' pRaln," Molly swept the stadium. Mol- 'I "We're punishing Lee Sheridan. by the Second Primary, May 21th

educate their children, they will I Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, |j jI raid, shaking her head, "just when v was! on her feel, staring In horror taking off his punts r '

have sons and daughters who will ,sac Howard and Mr. Francis r wns. beginning to be quite fond, "He's had them on ton long. era I'nlltlinl Ail)

find positions when they get I 'luss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance I I o" you. Ire wa innnlng heiutifullv a" (To .Be Continued) .
through college and they will have Rues, both residents of Brooker, Lee pieten''pil, to be shocked! Paul picked himself up and stared I -- -- -- ---- - -- -- --- --- -- ,

the moral character to hold the vill b<* interested to learn of their I'I "Only fond of me ? By this time I iftcr his. ii'tre-itlng' / foun Despite I I }

POsitions when they get them. vedding which was solemnized:: on j I 'pected you to be running a tem- I the tii-n" "iiluiis, IPH'| op's on- I ; 6 Bottle Cartons PURE I'
-- him. s
-- -- --- ---- match for
Mq2rnl. lenturo" of 104 ponent was no Now Sale and'
BUS SCHEDULE ',I As they 1'+ughed, there was an Down the utriiightway Lee Inn-lieu 0 on

Soul hbuwtu Miss Jo ElJu I Burry Is spending I I I "nnnouneement over the public ml- picking/ up ynrdH with etch stride I : Coupons redeemaEVERY BOTTLE

Nil 205 Due 8uirK4 5'lSpf: : ,1 while In Jacksonville with icla- I I 'ress system. With H great surge he passed the ble at the following '

No -JK7 Hue Starke 11:45: p.m ives. | "Ladles nnd gentlemen, because tape a wlnner- ;

No 20.1- Due St a ike 12:13: pro Jesse Conerly of Arcadia Is I -it the threatening weather, the As he cirne to a plop, there wax : places : STERILIZED\| I

N" 201- Pue Htsrke 10:20: a.m li:ting his brother-in-law. and mile relay, which was! to have beenthe a atony silence all around Lee, t/

Noithlxiund ester, Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Barry lust event, will be the next ultlng for an accolade of cheers,

Na 202ue Stake 1 :SO p.m Miss Eva Fay Gainey is spend- race. asked up Incredulously. The i Darb-; Mft\ I II II-! '

No a>4- Due Starke 4:15: p.m .ng a while in Lake Butler aa the "Great Scott!" Lee exclaimed.that place where Molly had been sitting A. M. :::.. : .
No 206 Due ntarke 9:1'p.m: uBt of her brother-in-law and "I wonder who made :vas empty! His face showed bewilderment _

No. 208--Due Starke 3.00: am I ter. Mr. and Mrs. Ft. WI. Bran- switch ?" then a crimson flush Tip-Top Store ._.;:- I''

No. 214Due Starke 9:20: a.m. nen. "All competitors will please re- lept over it -. 1 a,
Starke Rus Miss( Janle Mae Quarrels, who't Hart at once," the announcer called ..
Agent: Beasleys I I Lee was torn by confused con- A&P StoreSistrunk's /
Service been spending some time in .
tas out."Rut
Station, opposite court- flicting emotions, the primary one i' L
I bouRe.I facksonvllle with her uncle and '':I you haven't had enough BH he went back to his I '
anger StoreJ.
--- -- unt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clemons | tent," Molly said, showing concern. In the locker room, tak-
I 1/r. aieSt.rl has returned to her home here. "Just you keep those big eyes on his shower no one had spokeno
"I and M. IK: W. White
Skates-vO-sloa Mrs. M. D. me. .
",. Now his first thought
10 him
minute ITfll treatment.nlv l
<; ONE: applicationneeaeery. i >. Jr" were transacting business I "Both of them? Molly demand- When Scatters
for Molly
Mn:11'r".""*. No "".... No offensive n Stiirke' Sntureliiy. 'd, jestingly.! "I'd like one for the :'ho Its hud been ordered to telephone Greens Store

J" >roll\ lotlilnu >r bed linen" I 'ier, entered he
'Hm. hurt 'r'"" xrh"ui.I.s and Mr. and Mrs E.I| "Oh pay no attention to them Celltlno't A. H. Hall
Ana III''UI tri| stat, Oeimlrlilal- of Jacksonville, spent the '! extended a gloved bund ,regret to say, air, Miss \ y yI
'111'| 'hu' Map :oiby. refuse to come to the
A' C.>i.,it iliujr tiir-n. *vrywhereHIM I' w...*k-end here with Mi and Mrs Lee lurked down and suddenly he announced 1 I S. R. Johns Store
< \ :"iKii-i. lilt l'ti "'I'O.LI)1. ;; "Give me this phone,
.. R Galney I 'ook off the glove. I k'IAMIOY
.., I. 1\,,'. and Mrs. R B RuuUrson for luck and I'll beat the world.Wheroll "Oh, she does docs site! Well ." tm HANDY Nothing you .al or drink brought to t

nd children and Mss Vera Galney !I II \ I find you after the that makes it unanimous1'Ho ; Suwannee Store fACKACf you with putty more carefully gcerd.dSmith's

FAST ireuxr roaSYMPTOMS I "spent' Saturday night In Luke But race ?" picked up a brok from thenlile IhsaCx.-Cd..lad.rili.dbotd *, '

fSTR6SSINQ 0'fCDLDS ter with Mr! and Mia R. W Bran- "P.lght here," she smiled "Think but fir re.t moment Sud vln- I Station filled and Malud by automatic machine*. '
It down ngaln.
? llctlvrly throw t
"oq'll remember me
len -- --- -. .- Returning to the field Lee be- 'cnlfrom the Quad below, firstfaintly Stern's Garage I' Ice-cold Coca-Cola It pure refreihmenl. / ..

HEST! "n lo trip off his. sweat clothes. ;) then with increasing, pur a> sunlight Buy il in Ihe
)DEPEND nlov.. low rum-
can take brings! vs he did 1 ro. Paul came over. :reltn: 'o. came a PharmacyCanova's bandy 6-boi. I
Nothing you sounded like; aurerul
called. "Sorr" ling chant that
12 "Oh f'herUnn,
i liter relief from acid-Indigestion dirge. Scatters lnoled ICf-COlB COCA-COIA IS IVIBY PLACI 1111,
Take a spoonful hut yru're, not running. /
1SC '''-n Bluma-Rex of water I' '..-e .stopped short, stunnrd"Whnt h"rply nt Lee who returned' hi IT ALONG IN YOUR ICI-SOX AT HOMIr'
>; Bisma-Rex In a glass lamp wonderngly"What' Ccok's Store I 1 -
run- ;
melt It acts four ways | I do you mean 1 "
after every .
; that ?
a FULL agonies. .dog ." |
DOZEN ..5C MI top a bottle acid-Indigestion of DO/ doses for OOc atl I "The president of the club has. t 'V' so n' la 1 l.ke: the funeral West End Grocery ?

IatltrON Store Carpen- put the race forward to save the mirth OINYINe BAYER ASPIRIN I act the H Rexall Drug Store Drug In Stuike ,, time. 01 moving the hurdles on ana< r i-oul! dl; ilngiil *i the ill t e, r


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.f County TelegraphEstablished STUFF TOO LATE


Second' Class err h''',..a.l. I(
.! ."\\WUy on T-Vlrtnyu An4 Entered: as I "
I i" .
MalU-r at the I'ost Office at Starke. FloridaE. I t.nn,

'I Well it looks like ,It,
__ Editor and Owner ACCORDING to a news story lathe rule Ml,
:. Carthy" won the ale, t.,,,",, ?.
Lake City Reporter, Tolbert I ed, political observer : ?()*
Black who will be rememberedhere told ?ltd ba\
I you the answer
as the husband of Estelle Week
but few
ago realize. it ,,
Yearly, $1.50: ; Six Months, 75c-I'ayable in AdvanceAdvertising Kendrlck, will jump Into poll- such a "grand slam Sl ''lid
tics In 1940 and against no lens Piavi I
Rates on ApplicationA It was a great ,
I opponent than our own Lex vlctmx: not UTi,
for ':
I Claude
Green, The Reporter said: "Mr Pepper but tor tL

I Black, In conference with a''' President and the iidmiuuiir,,. ,
VICTORY !I news reporter stated he would''' tremendous vet.< ,"RI1 ILl'

be ready to meet Congressman | be looked on as a genii:,,. mitt
The New Deal! won its most striking victory at the polls to Governor Cone, ,
R. A. (Lex) Green In the 1940 x x who Wll/?
since the Presidential election of 1936, in the re-nomination primaries Lots of things can kit 1S S happy about the whol thing h

by a two-to-one vote of Senator Claude Pepper in the primary I' happen between now and 1940, W, t celebrated by attending;< I m. Ke'],

election of last week. Of course, other elements than the HO you cnn take the statement tY tucky derby.Walking
for what It la worth into Clau.i
New Deal contributed to the landslide) victory. Senator Pep j headquarters In Tnllnh,, a luipek?, l,,'

per is personally popular, a good speaker, and Florida feels' I LITTLE Santa Fe's stock seems to day lifter the election i u tI

that he has done a good job in the U. S. Senate. He also be rising rapidly und at the about the busiest pi",, I "'

t1IJtleKS benefittcil by the tradition that a man filling out 'I rate things are going out thereIt ; struck. Messenger hot, ,
1 in and llk"
will nome day become a serious V lopin/ out lik ::1{I ,
..inexpired tern! should be given another chance at the job contender for the honors vY a o pQ,,71s frs'n i y wild horses. and "'u,,,h \, ", ,ck'

-' in:- doing even half-way well. But the fact remains that I Ito now enjoyed by Kingsley. ed so high: on Jack
,, New Deal win the paramount issue and if the people of Among the first to build on he couldn't pee over t u h. :"it 1 '

Its bunks were Mr. and Mrs 8 + And each of those >
Florida: had turned against President Roosevelt they had a ._,______ --no all
Archibald Johns and now Bill leicgruma win recetv, l IIMSOI, ,,
golden opportunity to .demonstrate the fact at the polls)) on and Leila/ Mundy have Just I Shown' here Is the smoking wreckage of a truck In which two, men were burned to death last ( answer, while key men ,,.?,

May 3. completed n little log cabin Thursday oA\ the ROad 13 curve Just across the Alaehui County IInThe accident occurred when twotl'uckq I workers In the campmgi, -"m 81,

j (Bill doing much of the work collided. One of the occupants of the oilier t.'uc.k8>\ killed also This picture was taken by receive a personal letter ot thank
Senator Pepper) made no bones of the fact that he was i from the ..
himself and from all accountsIt the Gainesville Dally Sun. J senator It I 1S ?,?

for the President 100 percent and was ready to "go down the must be a honey. Dr. Herlong I _0 ____ __ __ _ ________ ____ ______ __ ___ ___ I' bIg Job, but If anyone is, ,)*.., 'J,

before the la having his lot cleared In I cd it won't be the fault ,
line" for him when Administration measures came .FINAh CARS OF. IJEURIES ,11 'm,
preparation for building at an : ',the senator of his staff and the
challenged)) by Representative J. Mark Wilcox -
Senate. He was early date, and there has been i I .vlll be> kept busy fn, ,, icing) ,
THANKS (Continued from Page One) j AT NEW RIVER HID
also:- a Democrat but a hard-hitting conservative. He something of a minor scramblefor I i winding up the "thank ;,i rt,
manner, 2,751: pint cratesof I
branded Pepper as a "rubber stamp" and his platform was property in this delightful EDWARDS WILL DE CANDIDATE proper go: d 1 quality berries moved tn I LAKE CUTLER MAN 't tors.

almost entirely built of anti-New Deal planks. The issue! was J spot Besides those ready TWO YEARS northern maikets A cur containing : LOSES CLOTHES, AND B\'OKI everyone who noffco ', 'h
mimed, lucky lot owners are L. I
FROM NOWCandidates I 588 crates was -hipped Thursday -' MONEYA : says "Well, I gu "e, eel
There be denying that when the people
clear-cut. can no A. Cunova II C. Wall JOB E.
I 1
of 1"'at week, a cur with 598 are glad It s oval r". vo''
voted for Senator Pepper last:- week they were also voting an Wilson, among: the locals, and !i in the May 3 primary i board moved Saturday and I scene reminiscent! of the early haves rest for a while "
I several Jacksonville lovers of continued! thin week to Issue i.i days when certain sections of
endorsement of President Roosevelt. 'i I trucks hauled the remainder. I considered, I It reminded me of the ,",,rtibo"i
nature. The summer trek to ilatemenls: thanking voters for Dral'onl County were

A remarkable\ man is this Roosevelt. In recent months i KingHley:: has reached sucli proportions I, their! support The following wereerelved I Prices ranging-around the $1.401 I "tough" was le-'n- et"tl" Thursday I' who HI member of ti,. AEhJurlng

he has found himself deadlocked by Congress, stiffly bom- in recent yearn that : I mark growers with an crates estimated back return brought of of IILSt week along; Road 28 near 'as stevedores the war were When nut th.u' 'mh mi:;,.
much of the peace and qUll.tpnJoyel1 New aver: bridge. As reported In ?
"I wish sincere
barded by business) and meeting with a heavy majority of by early settlers there thanks and 19, express{ my to I $3,850. i the L"k Butler Tunes here Is I hire was signed they WM?. '.:I'I".] "m

opposition in the newspapers and yet-he wins elections.] hoe been lost. This probubly I friends und appreclatlon supporters for their my Tabulations kept for the season : the story: 'the 4oS working harder :tl i ,'V frSeping
I I '>y the Telegraph show the finalfigures an officer one of tin
There can be but one answer. The great mass of common accounts for the pioneering: help In the recent campaign and Aubrey Welch local trucker, coKored
to be lids
I 4,100,284 pints shipped i hailed him ,
ant said|
move on the of some ot oursummer I ,
part Section. May also I was the victim of the hold-up. He
say am en-
still with him this from Bradford "Plense BOBS
people are f season us Is signed 'jp for
home seekers.
tirely sttlHfled with the vote had picked two men at
given up young
with a return to our growers of i"I j jW77.164 the c'vrnt'on. How come we ."RnClult
It I o I me by the qualified voters of Biookor" In his produce truck early '"
than onethirdof
or more "Hoy yo sho Is I Ignorantthe :
t YOUR REPORTER wan mighty the second district and shall be Thursday! aflel'noolIInll was givng -
THIS THIRD PARTY BUSINESS AGAIN; glad to get back to aft-I a your candidate again in 1940. a million dollars them a lift to Lake Butler-- other replied " Bean continued know that the
shipments heavy 'duration'
two week's absence W. M.\ Edwards. About mile the Bradford vo Italkin' I
er a on
The official decison to launch a third party-called the j (campaigning Vlth prices fulling still lower to I I' 'bout IN only jes startln f,

It was nice "Please allow me to thank each r.l.. IR.e_.. as .n-n/...._. n.A_. Aomn..r.. County side of the river one of I PHIVa ...._ ttm .."
I ""' 07 v vv "'''''. -' a'.v un
National Progressive Party, and headed by Governor Philip the progress made on the new and everyone who td- for me the men pulled a gun on Mr.
It Is estimated that 3,000 hampers -
school house and the Welch and ordered Mm to turn off fio winning the election :r. iw bl
La Follette, of Wisconsin of major political importance I farmers I In my absence from the county on have been sold on the local like
Claude did
market while Road 28 and take the next dirt y leaveplentj)'
we were gone and May 3. I also want to thank
only because of Its possible effect on the existing parties and my platform In the past seven days of hard work for in hi
also to see two brand new busIness :rlends for the letters, cards, and with a return of 1350. So far road. Mr. Welch complied under
on future elections. establishments the of the After organization.With
nourishing I telegrams of eongratuUtlons. I 'h's' season, our tabulations show, menace gun. run-
where there was nothing but of' will ning down the road for a mile or but one Siipreimi' "four:
The history of third party movements in this countryhas hope none you ever haveI 23.000 hampers of beans have been
emptiness a few weeks ago. Any I I so, the highwaymen culled a hatt.Th..y ,judge In the second prtmary n'
to regret voted for
been of failure I IHO having :tOM for a gross of $15,100, or an
generally a history practically complete
number of people have heaped ne. Again thanking you. I am average of 85H cents per hamper. then forced Mr. Welch to far as the. state officers far as the parties themselves were concerned. Today who I high praise the Clar Jean cerned, Interest from the *IM\
upon ours to. work,tor the best Interest Also 150 bushels of tomatoes at (disrobe taking his clothes, truck

remembers the Locofocos the Free Soilers, the North Ameri-I j Shoppe snying it would be n .>f all schools in Bradford Coun- ll.ftO were shipped 500 hampersof and: about $25.00 in money. For point[ of the public will not t* very

canthe Blue Light Federalists the Anti-Masons-all important |' credit to a much larger town v J. H. Moore I cucumbers at $65 were sold, some reason they left him $:;.00, great except in counties! whew.
than Starkeand I it would. 'hot local contests held TV!
fo ididate and then checked out in the are
\11 and 200 of at $.50
a c- for Schoolnerd hampers squash
: ,
third party movements in their time? The last third Jeanette Kincaid ban shown I truck. : total vote In the run-off will hr t>
from tjlstrlct Three I wish moved to market from IJradford.I .
drive that at all that of 1924 when I that she can put over almost.i I : much smaller than it was in the
party got anywhere was 0 thank all my friends for their ----..---- j Clad In cap and shoes, Mr. i iI
I anything, she sets l-fr heart on, i, first and a great vote' non
the senior La Follette ran for president with Senator Wheeler [ "'lien-lid support on May 3. I pi om- I |Welch made his WilY through a i I many
lifted for
especially/ : when aided cud abetted First State Primary Thomas, Watson and
: i eta re.refle9t! my district andtiadford I vamp to the home of Ernest Parish
n* his team-male and polled a total of 5,000,000 votes out of by two such capable workers Finch will not be cant n.>" any
:I : County\ to the best ofI'uy Well where Mr. Pan'tab. provided
30.000,000 cast. But the ticket received the electorial vote of | as her brother-in-law and ability 9n\ the past I will Vote Above clothes.. Ftafford Crews broughthim I I: one. Thomas run a rental luhlr
sl-fter. Mr. and Mrs. rice but Tom Watson '
ClarenceHoppe wat t 1\ 'iic
only one state Wisconsin.: i, I I 'uifeRuard/ the Interest of the t ixayers 400,000 Mark to Lake Butler and officers !I' Surprise of the election niarounted .
: :' : keeping In mind always bro) '(least a warning to officers In
Occasionally however third bolt has been the -- -- I' by fr. 'hestart
; a party I I the benefits to the children whoare t oilier cities Deputy Elmer Rrnnnen everyone ni

decisive factor in a national election, and has so made an im- [ 'I':DrIJE HARTMAN'S downtown I I the future citizens of our county Late returns, Including the offl- ; went to Lake: City pnst-hmue and expected to run ., poor
clul canvass in number of : third Tom showed
a counties loaning
portant contribution to the course of government. This was shop was also a pleasant surprise. Thanh In* you for your vote I Meantime, the /gas in the stolen :
I He has' long been doing I ind support'l'h'"the second showed the vote In Florida'sOemociatlc strength nnd Is recognii! I

the case in 1912. when Tht'/l ore'RooRevelt. having split with excellent cabinet work at his t am gratefully yours"primary F. J_ !, primary Tuesday went i:'the truck run out near Guilford and tough contender In the ">e on'1' go

Taft and the regular Republicans, led the "Bull Moose" revolt. I parent's place on the northern I Lewis."I well beyond the 400.000 mark. i{ turpentine two highwaymen worker hired a negro i! 'round. Thomas forces ;" .. plenty
The total number of ballots to carry them wort led and will conduct ,,.n intensive
of town but he I : cast 1 I
The Rough Rider did) not get elected in spite of the advan-i i a want to extend to the people ':''In the United States Senate nice on to Lake City. They later told campaign for the> place In the center of town !
d taiftt that he had been President, and enjoyed an immense !j wheie he could display those Ingenious ,f the Lawtey precinct my sincereppreclatlon '""n' 1288 of the State's 1336 precincts Deputy Crunnen that they were I''of the Futch votes as they strtig

to'' for the vote and support was 401,306. Of these, Senator In a picture show theie at about gle to get as of tin own
popularity--but he took enough of the Republican vote I articles he makes out I many
; given m."May 3. I promise In the time he was looking for them.
of perfectly Innocent looking Claude Pepper received 237.'SO .- us possible to the polls
elect Wilson, and to leave Taft the worst beaten incumbent j return my most earnest efforts'in Coming out of the show they went _
pieces of wood. Eddie s shopIs 'I ; Representative: Mirk Wilcox --*-
in American history And the wounds that the split caused an important additon to Call the interest of my district andcounty" 107,099; former Governor Dave' to a restaui-iint to eat supper. and I

in the: Republican ranks took a long time to heal, and are gen Htrcet and a delight for anyone I o. J. Phillips. I, '::1Iltz .10,731: Finley Moore of, were picked up by Sheriff D f'''. 1 REVIVALAT
"To the people of Bradford : ake City 5,088, and T. C. Mer- Columbia County flora descrip-
erally believed to have been a major factor in the reelection Mho can appreciate good I t'
manship. It is crafts-I Bounty: You have been my true -'hunt of MadlHon, 3888. ons by local officers. I

of Wilson in 191R, when he beat Hughes by the narrowest of see I that row of stores just westof friends and I shall always remember I The vote In other races: I The two men, who gave their I : OF FINE SERVICES

margins.The. the rail load tracks gradually with the deepest gratitude i i'Our Congress. : Second'; District:: 239 names as Jackson, age 20 and I PLANNED AT CHURCH

filling up. Too many of them '/ loyal and valuable support. of 244 J precincts, Representative R I Murphy, age 26. were placed In i SPECIAL MUSK

potential importance of the National Progressive I were vacant for too long. Onlyone I want you to know that In me you A. Green 50,029; W R. Farnell, of'L JIll in a neighboring county. They I

Party thus lies in the !possibility that it may have some such I remains without a tenant nave not only your Senator, but'' "ke City. 17,204. | told officers they came from Alabama Revival services will be nek''' it

\ friend and whatever I can do to CongrcKS, Thhd DHtilct 201 of and California, respectively I the Corinth Baptist Chinch' flora
effect as this on the current political set-up. now.Vh,) ll be the next to ,
I move in? urlher the interest of your great 108 n'ectncts. Representative Millard Their case will prolul.ly come before I Sunday May 15, through Sunii.i! )

o ----- bounty, to make for better_ pnnti.__no. \ Caldxve.ll.. 4.1.1Mr.-.---. ->..,..,.-ti...>..m'.. !' the xprinir' term of elr..nuI t I May 22. The following! 8<' ,i',- ",,1
tions and a fuller and richer life 1 Mays of Montirello, 21499. I court which convenes in Lake Hut-: sermons have been arrange'
JUST LUCKY? yourreporter or all, I want to do. From time'o Coagtesa: Fourth District, 188 | let May 23. Sunday May 15, 1938 i iKev II..?.

Old timers complain that the younger generation of to- I of Florid pissed that through Is not a widely auction time I shall look forward to,I,j j precincts complete Henry II. Fil JWei, li recovered his truck I T. M. Cater: 7:30: r viMondiy 1I

day does not know the meaning: of a hard day's work ; that I Known. Most of UN are familiar lulling you ngaln. HO I may know er. :Miami, 24,192; Pat Cannon, of I ins clothes and all of his money I : May 18, 1938:: the
I ou even better und keep in the ;Miami 20,738; Dwight L. Rogers wl-Ii the exception of about 900. Rev. T. M. Carter; 7.30 P1: 1I
most of the youngsters! : are content to sit around with the coasts-bath 'lospMt ,
waiting to
uist and west. But how possible touch with you and of Fort Lauderdale, 20,147; Mayor --- .-- --- I Tuesday, May 17, 1938 the
get something for nothing rather than to srI ont and work I have ever travelled many tltut our problems. With every good Robert R. Williams ofIlaml., | Rev. Ivan Bohannan 7-SO:: I r11..

for it. Sometimes we admit, it seems as if they have groundsfor straight stretch of ujrduurf.ice 'l'lab/ to you' fill. I remain sincereyours 1,000;; Lewis E. Mooie of FortLauderdtlc BRUCE DAVIS I I Special music: by Dan Bores and

Claude Pepper. 5,959 Peter J. Cunningham .
I I ; I aona.I
this complaint. that makes a bee line through
"This will exprras my sincere of West Palm Beach OUT OF RACE Th
Lhe glades region froHn Fort I Wednesday May 18. 1938
t' A little food for thought along this line was voiced recently ; Myeis on the went toPalm ippreclatlon for your vote and 3.187; He mice H. Eowery: of JoII-1 )),Rev, Ivan Bohannan 7.SO:: P M

by Roger Bauson, who said; "I often wonder whether Bench on the east? It Is a tipport' jlven, me May 3. In rctuinor ami. 1.200.:!: I FINANCIALLY ENTER UNABLE TO Thursday. May 19, It1S:: Tb
J' this trust I will faithfully Supreme Court, Group One: : SECOND PRIM. |
if our great western: country were unsettled: today, our young i Htiange country- totally different 'es nt the cause of the citizen.rep. 1.239 precincts Justice Rivers Bu- ARY, IUSAYS i Rev. John T. Reagan 1':30: V 11,

men and women would have the guts to go out and build I
railroads, hew the forests, start the farms, and do the other I l.ke: one of the western prnrlas, lines"Oo. H. Inman.Austiallu DeFuniak Supreme Springs 99,523. withdrew this week from the State Friday, May 20. 1908:: Th
-- + Court
-- -- Group Two:
things! which absolutely without trees with Railroad Commission Rev. I'' MSejvices I
our grandparents did seventy-five years ago. 1,224 precincts Circuit Judge El race thus I John T. Reagan, 7-SO
the exception of a few palmsand does not permit ex- assuring the renomlnation of Eugene will be conducted t bY>
Mr. Bab.son: i isn't the only one who wonders about this Australian pines that have orUtlon of the curious koala' or wyn Thomas of Fort Pierce, 103- i a. Matthews, of Starke. the Pastor II. M- llllmun. fatur
291 J. :
and we will have the betn planted around homes and ted.ly' bear" either alive or as ; Watson, of Tampa ''
never chance to put the of T Milso
youngsters j S7.112; T. 0. Futch. of Leexburg. Complete official returns from Jay, May 21, 1938 at 7:30:

today to the test because most: of the frontiers have already I along the toads by man. Beans jr. .. 73.207. ill Florida counties the first pilmaiy i Sunday May 22 19=09. it
and 1 other truck in the, -- --- --
been Supreme i i.lu'Itice eleetlon showtd: that Mat ,11:00 A. M. t 7:30: P. M
conquered. Perhaps that i.s the l't'Cret-the'! lack of g licit much each side Court Group Three: ;, .
on of the Cherry Pun'I I, In Assam: la one thews J
led Darts Song services will be conic
Roy I|. by around 50,000,
necessity Young men and women of today find things r'aely-I lun' ," but we wouldn't cine to >f the wctte"t spots. on the globe ; J hn Melvin 1 learn Chapman, of Live 139.916 Oak; I votes. \.... E.: tBurkl I Hancock I I by T. N. Koimm.

made for them and consequently get into the habit of depending live In that section of the stale laving! an "*-".|'IIKe annual rainfall! :32,007.:; vas third man in the race. -- .
In.plte ot Its H (vantage*. On f 414 inches ,"
on others. If it were possible to change conditions' and tlu main street In lfoorehaven __ state! Railroad Commission, "1 arn wlthdralng/ from the race I i Incubation was known t tJ.iclent "' "'

throw them face to face with an unbroken frontier and the they told ua that the water rose +x-. Croup{ One: 1,213 precincts Comnilsn'oner U this tuna because It is financially I Egyptians.: Pliny say ''I"'
ino-e !! of I they thus hatched 100 "'"0'
nnzpn iitti slips I :
I paper Eugene Matthews 118351 impossible for
I ,- me to continue
to feet :
advice to "root hog or die" perhaps:' they would rise to the eight of l< 2t}. dlll'llIlthe It probably hurricane won'thuppen dopen-lid!lwhl.thpr there would : ; Bruce Davis, of Tallahasweo / Davis slid. He explained that the'! ':d'- tens_ iu a ye-i- _

occasion. again for they have be a scuaij piimary or not In TAS2ii.' : W, F:. Hancock, of Madl- first piimary result "left me with I Ian i u .
the tac\ for representativefrom on. 6:1,8)9.: ; almost The spinning and was ,' -
-- -- AIT'S I built huge dikes along Lake, Impossible lend to overcome !I 'I'
II Olc..dlobee. but still we nevei this) county. George In- State Railroad f PommisMion consequently I do not feel i ottou is one of the Urgi

ALMOST ALL OVER .I could ioiget the fait that where man, the- leading contender. Oioup Two: 1199 precinct Commissioner thAt I can further jeopardize the I I lunufjc tin Ing In Jus trie* a '

.. hung anxiously over Judge Per- Jerry W. Carter 173- finances of my family and wgl I
Well the first round w wele now standing tile myself
of the
election is I
over and we hope water rymin i ahe opened each ballotKmnk 107; "''alter Kehoe, of Miami. 5410 .- or the loyal work and of
once rose to a depth nl support
that the wounds of the losers have healed and that their eight (Set. Land rum sat nonchalantly ', : Wilbur C. King of Zolfo my friends, In continuing a race TOTE FOIC

friendly relations with their opponents have been resumed In a chair nearby W P Springs. 48.541: : >vhich! ut bent Is a long ?'iot."

dt Smith, the Imv man in the race.vMmn't The vote In 302 ,I -- _
of -
precincts the -- Thomas
if Judge
indeed Elwyn
they ever ceased. A man who is not a good loser IT WAS A TENSE moment In the even present. As the Republican! senatorial I
'' primary was No fossil remain,
l:; should never enter politics! for sooner or later he is almost court loom lust PilOay nioiniuc la t billot wm counte 1 everyone I,871 for Thomas Swanson. of FortJ.mulor.lale orangutan of chimpanzee For Supreme Court
: a* oiricUU opened 1 the In-it stool I around hard to or gorilla, ever |IH> Thanks fop Your
to reilUe Supr"
euro meet defeat. lie should take it philosophically. I I I, nnd 1.829 for Allen E. has been found the
of absentee ballots. j among world
Upon th t It wus all over Walker, of Winter Haven tonsil tedi (Paid Political Adv.


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