Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02646
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02646
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i, .Yai/lall/ Mayo;; ,_ Makes I /. C. C. _Recommends Had Escaped From SPEAK CANDIDATES HERE Consolidation Primary and To School lie ,i'j 1'" j'r:r: nj\; .

". Important Talk Continuance To Road AlBranford ; ''a i 1
I Camp DUNCAN AND DOUGLAS Voted On + '.( \
Platform Hell CAMPAIGNING HERE I ; 44i
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I 11'1', vrkmcn, still hammered I y a "P'-Kgy,1 the faithful old Sen- Shortly after noon last! Friday Within the space of three hours I : (' ; .j I

at ""n', ,I'd i of the 200-foot long t a bo u (1 train operating/ between listeners to the Variety Musical Saturday afternoon Bradford I t :'' .

piatto o> die Bradford County Sbirke and Bell will continue to Parade from radio station WJIUF Countlans had the opportunity to Petitions A 8 k That 'i: i

farmers market, fourteenth to be | F make Its regularruns" In Gainesville heard their program hear both cnndUliites for state's attorney Names lie Printed ,' i. l ,

ubuned, ) m Florida was opened An Interstate Commerce Com- interrupted long enough for a In the Eighth Judicial Circuit ?'

". ; Benefit of pomp and ceremony. DC. last week recommended de- convicts had escaped from Road voters iigain In the second primary

i Lisenby. manager, expressed nl il of im application by the Sea- Camp No. 7 near Branford. They ) election next Tuesday. The second Democratic primary ;' it

Himself as being well pleased board Air Line Hallway Co., for were armed. |I Zach H. Douglas spoke here at and a consolidation election for ,t '

at tin amount variety, and quality permission to abandon 23.08 milesof Shortly after ten o'clock them 2:15: o'clock urging his friends not Bradford County sub school districts f t f
brought In by Pictured above In this informal pose are Bradford County s newly branch line between A lac the two to be because the (
tt" the produce him same night convicts entered discouraged high No. 3 and No. 17 will shuro (
farmers' Tuesday. Around 367 elected representative to the 1939: session of the itatc" legislature and and Bell. the home of B. Jacobs on Madi- man In the race had such a great i honors hero next Tuesday. In t ;

hampers, of mixed truck were hands two of hilt cuprlne hollow-norm ruminants I more popularly knownas The examiner, Jerome K. Lyle, son St by way of an unlatched lead In the first! primary. He reviewed spite of this opportunity for double ."' ,

''III'! first day, representing goats) These innocent animals became quite an issue In the cam- siiid "present and future public front door; held Mrs. Jacobs and his qualifications as a voting:, It Is expected that the I 1 %

jit lifting of fiftyfour Individual paign just closed, George declaring; that he had more Interest than his convenience and necessity are not her son-in-law, Jack Williams, criminal lawyer and stated that number who turn out at the poll l+ ;,

,farmers opponents in the non-passage of a no-fence law because he had fallen shown to permit abandonment" of quiet at the point of a doublebarreled since tho defense employs the best will be considerably lighter than .i' 4;

,nmmmsloner of Agriculture heir to a "pituce! of goats." He said: "I am forever and eternally the line. ] shotgun and a bunlness-like lawyers" that can be afforded It isnecessary In the first primary May 3. '! 7
arrived here from If the had been revolver while made for the slate to have the
Mayo request grantedit they away '
othir against a no-fence law because everybody knows that gOAts are thohardest In I the consolidation election,
raiiatiassee shortly after noon and would have shortened "Peggy's'1 with $2 In cash, a pair of bedroom )I best qualified for Its attorney.At .
things In the world to keep penned up. Just how many votes freeholders In tho liontdraln (No
" t track to the suit of clothes five o'clock, T. E. Duncan
briefly to an Informal gath- twenty-eight/ miles slippers a and Mr.
'rok'' the goats accounted for cannot be determined, but the fact remains 17)) anti Starke (No.. 3)) sub school 1
>n the platform. He prom- between Starke and Alachim, In WilliAms' almost-new Chevrolet spoke briefly, thanking his Bradford '
erins \ districts
that was elected. will vole also on three + 4 1
Ise" inm he would seek a WPA ;I George I which case It is'considered possible Hcdun. County friends, who gave him trustees who will take office thir-
luring the summer to that runs might have been made The men were reported to be a muporlty of more than 400 votes later '''
project ty days If the consolidation
the market only twice week. Robert Howard, over both his opponents In the first '
double the length of a serving a fifty- issue carries, and also on the mil- 1
me iild a pre-cooling room for FISH TODAYOR INSPECTORLOOKS Although few passengers ride year sentence for breaking and entering primary. He stated that he carried lage for (the new consolidated dis iv i

itrnwberrles. He pleaded with "Peggy" in these days of automobile t and Harry Edwards, serv- every county In the circuit on trict. i I' +

farmer' to put up a good pack of TOMORROW? OVER I travel, it does yeoman service ing twenty-five years for armed !May 3 and that he lucked only a Five names will appear on the

; hills and vegetables so that the during the vegetable season, haul- robbery. They have not been up- few more than 500 votes of wIn- i ballot from which three trusteeswill

Stake market would start off on Ing produce In from the rich farm- prehended.Mrs. ning In the first primary He asked be elected Besides the Incumbent -
Ing section around Brooker. Dur- Jacobs and Mr. Williams the voters here for their con I
and establish its
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IS QUESTION p. O. SITES trustees, L. D. Green, C.
the current alone in the house the tinued support on May 24.
I reputation all over the country. ing season It has been were at J. Powell, and Olin W. White, the
W lIam L. Wilson, director of making two runs a day instead of time of the stlck-up. The front ------.-- names of J. W Andrews, Jr., andS. a

Lute markers, wall also present one. I door opened, the two men entered E Sparks will appear. These

and stated that when the market Opinion Differs As I Says Unusually Good .----- and quietly announced: "It'sa HOME BURNEDEARLY names will be listed as requested 'j N ,

, I. extended and the paving work Selection Offered InitiatedAt hold-up. Don't make any noise In petitions flied with the Board '
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completed "It wtll make the Starke and we won't harm you One of MONDAY of Public Instruction Unless the lei

market one of the belt in the state, Season Here the University of Florida on the men raised his trouser leg and board Is petitioned, no names are '

and I know of no region bptterf, -- Wednesday night of last week L showed his ankle still shackled printed on the ballot, and this has t

quipped to take care of such a Conservation officer A. A. Dur- M. R. Morgan, inspector out of A. Gray, supervising principal ot with a piece of broken chain. They BY INTRUDERWm. I been the custom In recent years. 4 t4
B. H. S., was Initiated Into Kappa had already exchanged their
market Things will be a little den said yesterday'that fishermen I Jacksonville with the Post Office I All freeholders in the two districts 4
slow in the beginning perhaps unto wanting to be on tha safe side of, Department, was In Starke Wed- Delta PI, an honorary fraternity stripes for some rough looking are entitled to vote In the eyyaa

both the farmer and the buyer the law should wait until tomor nesday loking over sites for the whose purpose is to encourage re- civilian clothes. {{ Sapp Is VictimOf consolidation election. The north ;
search and high Ideals In educa- One of them, evidently a Beau .
amount of f
the of District No. 3
acquire necessary row (the 21st) before going after proposed $70,000 government boundary runs i,
confidence in each other throughthe those big, black bass that have I building here.Mr. I tion. Membership Is confined to Brummel at heart, insisted on havIng Set Fires For west from the Clay County line > 'r4''

market. I expect to see it go been such time of I the upper fourth, of the senior or a better outfit before he left Just north of the D. A, Judd and O. t f
having .
an easy Morgan, while declining to Third Time t
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over with a 'bang. All the rest it since March 15. I L. Brown farms. It extends westto
.comment specifically on any individual -
'have, and Starke Is sure to re- He received a bulletin Tuesday, lot himself Include C. M. Phillips farm
expressed as
HIDDEN TREASURE IS STILL SOUGHTAT Returning here from a week-end and takes In all of
peatCharles from the Game & Fresh Water being well pleased with the gen- Sampson City, '
Korbly, agricultural Fish Commission in Tallahassee, eral character ofthe spent at their cottage at Salt Including the places of Lester Kite, r 1
offerings GOLD HEAD BRANCH :
counsel of the Florida Chain Store stating that "our interpretation of and stated that few towns Inves- Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Sapp Joe Prevatt and Jack Wynn. District f' ,
Association and S. Dow and were greeted by the desolate sight/ No. 17 Includes the east half
the for takIng
that season '
the law 1 III t'gated by him had had as many i
Forest Parker of the Wlnn-Lovett black bass will open on the desirable locations to offer as he By If. K. r.\jtt'rjI"f' are also spots of flat pine woods, of their home almost completely of section 34, and all of sections ,; +
Corporation, were among the of The Immediate neighborhood of dense hammocks, sterile scrub burned, their furniture ruined, and 35: and 30 of Township 6, range 22, j >
21st day May round here. I I
prominent buyers present Tuesday. I Starke la not picturesque, but by, an.I' wam diversified material evidences that It had been Bet on and all of sections 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, f
They purchased: some of the first Mr. Durden says that the state Owners of ten sites submitted means of the many splendid roads I I'' for the landscape architect.: The fire by tin unknown person or 12, 13, 14, and 15 of Township 7, "I
law says there shall be a closed I bids to Postmaster F. F. Stump In persons about four o'clock Monday i tl'Freeholdere '
offering leading from here, the swift au ,, tract holds] four lakes, Sheler range 22. ,;
season on bass "during a period I answer to the Treasury Depart- I''' morning. The loss. was only I + '
in regard to their presence Mr. tomobile will curry sight-seers to Deer, Pebble and in arm of Johnson partially In the Boatdraln district 4
Wilson old: "I think we are beginning March 15 and ending: ment's advertisement last month the idyllic landscapes of the lake, i lake. But the most remarkable covered by insurance Mr. will vote at the school house, 's, :.
particularly There has been som I _____.__ ___
fortunate in securing co- May 20. region of Clay and Putnam counties I typographic feature is Gold Sapp said- and In the Starke district at the ;

i operation from the big store buy- confusion, he said, because differ: WINNERS THANK In one short hour. A new locality Head Branch, a ravine about a I ''Police officers who Investigatedthe city hall. f pu
the fish
ant language was on burning Auld that hay hail }
en whoRe representatives were on claiming recognition, and I mile long, running southeasterly Second Primary (
the market and who ing licenses which state that the VOTERS one that It would be difficult to' into Johnson lake. Thin ravine Is been scattered throughout the The second primary ballot will

,return today, for promiseto coun- closed season shall be "from March:II i find a match for within the state,'I so deep In places as to seem bottomless house and several cans of kerosene I he short with only the following
regularly your 15 to May 20. "This has caused MATTHEWS AND CARTER placed at intervals in the '
ty products. These markets is Gold Head Branch State Park, when viewed from above. offices to be voted on in this coun fr
boon in> the small grower and as j some sportsmen to believe" they Mr.,'j EXPRESS THEIRAPPRECIATION I created Jointly by the national and Its aides bear trees of many kinds, rooms The Intruder In believedto ty: ?) r, 't jM1

part of the great state will, can start fishing Friday, the Florida park services This I among them magnolia, dogwood, have entered the house by openIng For Supreme Court Justice, .'
system iii advise them to' Il
I think, go a long way toward obtaining I Durden said, "but I to be safe." f| Eugene S. Matthews, of Starke, tract Is two miles in length north- redbud and holly. Springs alongIts the front door In some un- Group Two: Elwyn Thomas and J. 1't '
for 'wait until Saturday ,1 south, with a maximum width of sides form a watercourse, known manner I Tom Watson n
char, 'of the the price farmer for the which proper his I Mr. Durden has not had to makean ,-I one and a quarter miles eastwest.It which wan once dammed up to Officers saw a possible connection -I i! For Railroad Commissioner, i ,' Ii

arrest of a single local personfor lies eighteen miles from Starke. foam a mill pond--though what between Monday' morning'sfire Group One: Eugene S. Matthews. a ti
products sold. the State Railroad Commission,
are eventually the closed I to l 14
bass fishing during there for mill In that and the burning several years Mr. Matthews' will
The : six miles from Keystone Heights, use wall a un- name appear
days offerings were listed this week expressed their thanks
by Mr season. He attributes much of one mile north of Spring, lake anda inhabited region l Is past under ago of Mr. Sapp's grocery store, on the ballot although his opponent 4 ''e
Lisenby and his assistant, that to the public for the fine vote
Herbert this cooperation to the little over a mile east of Sand standing It Is planned to restore situated near his home. The store has wjthdrawn from the i ?
Carrell, who was sent given them on May 3.
several months ago he organized asportsmen's old was burned by unknown partieswho
her, Hill lake the mill and make it a museum d
afier being employed at the club which now hasa Mr. Matthews said: piled bales of hay against; the race.For State ,
Bunnell l To rench Gold Head Branch There is a legend that once, Attorney, Eighth Ju
farme.8 market for some time. The I membership of about 185 hunters "My campaign for re-nomina Park, take "No 28." At the railway during the Indian wars, a government building and set them on fire. Mr dicial Circuit: Zilch H. Douglas
i charged five cents per and fishermen. These members I' tion to the Railroad Commissionwas overpass begins a picturesque paymaster, traveling Supp promptly began rebuilding and T. E. Duncan t., '

Pucltugi. on produce In crates or not only observe the law based on my record"as a member landscape of hllli and dales, from MlildU'bmg to an army loot with frame, construction, but bo- I For County Commissioner, DIstrict 1''

duce Hampers. or five percent on pro- I' themselves} but cooperate with Mr. I of this Important State board. wooded with pine and oak, with on Lake Number Eleven (now lore the store was completed It One: P. D. Reddish and J. ;
in bulk.Tuesday's Durden by notifying him of violations ] The voters of the State endorsedthis was again bUI nell. Following the M. Rosier
i lakes almost always In sight. At Lake Geneva), fearing an attack
offerings consisted of that come under their ob- I record by giving me a lead of the main street of Keystone the from the Indians, secreted his ( second fire, Mr. Sapp decided to For County Commissioner, Dis '

ii 76 dozen corn, 25 hampers pota servance. 50,711 votes In the primary of May new and splendid state road No. bugs of gold coin somewhere In construct the entire building of trict Four: W. II- Griffin and R.
toes. 78 hampers beans, 68 crates Most of his troubles are with :3rd.: I I' corrugated tin. S. Waxdin.
i 68 leads off to the left; turn Into this ravine, but that he and his' f
!, trawberries, 36 hampers cucumbers owners of camps and lodges who! "I am profoundly grateful for it. After going a mile northwest, escort were killed and the location' Ehortly after It was Met the fire For School Board, District Four: ?

58 hampers squash. 40 hampers rent boats without paying the I this splendid endorsement of my a fine concrete bridge crosses an of the treasure lost. The Incident ] was discovered by Tom Harden EJ., Lewis and M L. Watterson. '

peas, 5 hampers pepperl7/ proper license and with some par- I record and wish to express to you arm of Brooklyn lake; then the gave the name of "Golden Branch" | Merlta bread distributor, who was I .-- -- s i

rates tomatoes, and 7 orates ties who still Insist on selling my sincere appreciation. You have road turns northeast, passes Im- to the ravine, and for years treasure -, leaving his order at Mr. Sapp's T. T. TURNBULL J
onions. At prevailing market black bass, Mr. Durden says. expressed your confidence in me mokalee and the Brooklyn Heights hunters braved rattlesnakes store, a few hundred feet away I

prices the day'a offering sold at .,- --f- to carry on the work with which layout and where It cuts the and yellowjackets In vain. Perhaps K'from the house. The alarm was ANNOUNCESSEEKS ,

around $250.It Camp you have entrusted me, and you northwest corner of section 36-7- during the barberlng of the turned In, but because of the kerosene -

la planned to keep the mar- Plans Tourist may be assured that I will con- 23, there Is the northwest cornerof chasm by the Park forces, the used, the fire made rapid CHAIRMANSHIP OF ,

ket open twenty-four hours a day Arthur Hall was busily engaged tinue to represent you faithfullyand the Park tract. You enter the treasure, If It really exists, maybe headway at the rear of the houi
mince many trucks arrive during this week clearing some prop- perform the duties of this office Park and glide southeasterly overa found. In the front part of the house MITTEET.

the night to load Elliot Williams erty he recently bought from M. fairly and Impartially. sand-clay road as smooth as-vel I Much work has already been the walls remained standing and T. Turnbull, of Montlcello. p' bone
has been employed to keep the F Brown and Dr.180x220 P. feet and "While there will be no contest vet, gracefully winding so as to done yet the Improvements have the roof and flooring were not entirely time president of the State"" ., ,1

Platform open during the night I The property o'n Is the west side of for my place on the Railroad CommIssion maintain a level over the undulat- I only begun, for the plan sheets I burned) through. However, Senate, yesterday announced his ,
The local committee In charge Is situated In the second primary, by ing surface. After going about a L )show that not one of the Innumerable the building was so badly damagedby candidacy for chairmanship of the r
13 at the northern city smoke and water that It almost -
of operations is headed by C. H. i I' Road uptodatetourist nearest opponent, Mr. Davis, hav- II mile the area net apart for the necessary I natural advantages will be In State Democratic Executive Committee +, +
nasworthy, chairman, and Is com- Mr. Hall plans and will Ing withdrawn from the race, yet buildings Is reached, and overlooked, but made the most of a complete Ions- The furni- to be filled at the meeting .t +
jjpwd of the following members: camp on the site of ,' to conform to the primary law my here are offices dormitories for Additional forest trees will be ture was also ruined with exception of the committee at Jacksonville yg;

fF Stump T. K. McClane, Jr., probably start construction weeks, name will appear alone on the ballot the squad of veterans who are em- I planted In the thin spots, though of one rocking chair that was on June 2.

JA Newsom, L. L. Conner, J. buildings In a few. and I will appreciate It If my ployed on the Improvements, ware- vistas will be preserved or opened on the porch. A lifelong resident of Jefferson ,,4 i
Rosier! and R. E. Hazen. | friends will make an X after my houses, sheds for the trucks and to afford enchanting views; ------ -- County. Mr. Tutnbull has for the

---+ I Legion Delegates name on May 2Hh" I machinery hops, etc., all con- there will be bath-houses. overnight I Money For ChinaA last nix years served as attorney ',i,
said he wanted us structed In the substantial cabins' for visitors, quota of $20 has been set for
cnrjlas Commander K. G. Duncan andJ. Mr. Carter manner picnic I for the State Rallroicl CommisSion I
At Lau+ I
tey Benson will be delegates to convey his thanks and gratitudeto demanded by the government and Kiounda, roads and walks] to make Fradforcl County Red Cross Chapter and for the name period has
Z"''li H Douglas, candidate forstate's H the local American Legion his many friends. and benefactors I the state. At the south end of every feature accessible and many to raise for the relief of wltr' been it member of the State Committee i ktl

attorney in the Eighth Ju- i from the state convention being I In all walks of life, especially I i the tract Is the C. C. C. reservation other conveniences for the public', victim In China Any Individual Tn announcing' his candi- ,

"l-ml (circuit will speak In Law- post to Jacksonville from May 25 Labor, Townsend Movement, fellow 'I and about the center is afire fur It Is Intended as a recreation wishing! to make a contribution d.icy. he declared: "The recent

|ey ,ut 11:30: o'clock Saturday mornIng -' heM In May 28. Mr. Benson asks Christians, personal friends ] I tower. gioiind for all the people. And may leave it at the Florida Dunk I Democratic Primary clearly Indicated ( ( I

lit announced yesterday. through of the Junior Honorary and workers In all lines of business It would be difficult to find a after all the beautification: has'' at Stnrke, at the Post Office or that the new chairman e ;
members '
---,+- I Society to meet him at his housein for giving him the wonderfulvote more suitable location for a state i been finished, the authorities will at the Bradford__ County p_ should be one whose own personal ''

I Six\: Miles CompleteTh Starke at 8 o'clock Thursday of 1.395: in Bradford County park. The landscape looks wild tint call It a day, but will maintain Plane raPh'l and political support' of the leadership D
I 23 or at Carradines which is a majority of 1,022 over and untamed, but It does not sug- the works according to high Air Mail of President Roosevelt could, ( .
she miles of the new night May When asked the of the ,tandardx. For the first time In "
air I
ardsu/faced I Store In Lawtey at 8.30: his two opponents. gest savageness pantherbut history, not be questioned. i:
"" road between Raid Drug night. how he was able to secure this rather the shyness and playfulness Occasional trips to Gold Head mull wan scheduled to leave Starke Mr. Turnbull served two terms '&j.1: I I
iud the same
completion Mncclenny were nearIng .-.. --- large majority Jerry said he did of tho fawn. Hills clothed\ Branch Park, watching the progress direct by plant at 5:50: o'clock yesterday a s/ 1 1
The at the end of the week.I --- in the morning not know unless It was just an- with fresh verdure slant guard of the works of the landscape I afternoon. Pilot Carl Sten resentatives from Jefferson County '
taller 1'
mixture.onstructlon Is If''ar and sand We are to bed at night; other case of where the Lord takes around smiling lakes. Thoughthe irchltects, the veterans and the gel was scheduled to land at the and three terms of four years ., '

.4. L and Is being put down by I| than when we rest go eases the weighton I care of his own. even though he'' forest \Is chiefly oak and pine, (r C C boys, should be both pleas- airport here In observance of Air as a member of the State Senate I j
construction com- the nights I from firm toil there unt and Instructive. I Mall Week lr ,
say) owns some sorry property. springing a I of which he served as president'

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M1FFICIAL:,\J.) Ft. N tIll ft. W Ion Ft, S i'lll ft Cb-ik" of I'lii-ult Court oftirndfoid The (axeB to be Bold are evidenced Bounty of Ur."I.. I I.,
A. .1. THOMAS I to B,'3 Hounded K I by J. A. Abbott County i Florida l.v certificate No. 101) and 215 of da. to-wlt- t
I I'b'ik of r'lri'Ull Court' of ItnHtdence Lot Sec. 8 Tp 7 .',-0-31-5-20. lfi.10
: and 1933: rexpectlvely/ antI represent -
Hrndford County, Florida. M It. 80 .I': _. unpaid taxes for the Con at Nfl cr r 'I< .
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The taxes to be "old are evidencedbv ft, tv ,
1929 to isis: both InclUHlve, amountiitg I''
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certificate NOB. 191 of 1933 respectively tu $129.60.ALSO ). t III i) ? I. $1\
: NOTIO1 01 C ,1.1 "I' 'r.'X and *' :5'pl'e.PIlt unpaidnixna ( : Section IS Tow ",*!1111', ,' "
Lot 9 A VVH, of Lot 24 Hanne -
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for the .Wenix 1H32: to 1H3S, N-OTH'E IS HE1U3HY OIVKN' thatr. 1'i.Mt 'h.
: & All Lot 25 In Woodlawn Spit' Acres" more ,,....
: IH HEHPHY UIVEN timt llh I InclUHlve, nnioiintlncc I to 112.07. \ WlKKlii" I h. filed with me i t
\. H Kvddlxh haM file.1 with ALSO: Com. at NE: 'or of J. A. written ri-uueHt (hat the tax certificate 30 Tj). 6 S. K. 22 13., containing The a'o"o"'I1"1' Ii'' II"
"". \\,,.ii tell. lequoit that the tux Abbott Itenld.rtci> Lot Run 13! I together with all *ub"..- 28 Acres morn or less. erty under, th.. HIII.I,, I ,, I 1"1',
..i I tlflcntpK toK<*lhr with nil mihiiint 75 ft, '8 140 rt.V 75 Ft N 240 'iiuent omitted or levied taxes held 'I'he taxes to be Beld are" evidencedby sued was In thi-, 11.11 i, ", '
., ,| n in IU,i-d or levied t taxe* held Ft to Be.*. In SEi/i "i 8WH l'v the State he ndvertlxml and Hold certificate No.... 353 and 840 of Dltcin.UtlleHH. I .ill,,;,
"o. thi- Stale lie ndvertlned unit Hold 1'ee. fl T|". 7 SH.n._.ZO E., to the highest blililer. for cnKli nn 11130 and 1H33' respectively and repreMenl Bald ( .lln( / ",. ,
'." the highest lildder. for cash a* The taxes to "It yold are evidenced l provided by Chapter 18288 of the unpaid taxes ror the year' redeemed itu.t.uu.ii lug i '"'11 1 1,
''I '. 'I 1tI.4 i hv Chapter the I by Certificate No.. 17 and 192! of I 1:131:' lids of the LegIslature, upon 11129) to 1938 both Inclusive, amount- property deer'ui Ini| |tu,, I ,:
,, :7 IK-IK of the I.IW..Ofll 1D25 and m.11: re ,p.ctlvely, and rep- the following described real I palate lag to $105.49. sold! to th,' hINh,-" i I. ,i t. ,I'h, I,
h. rollmvlnw I I deni-rllipd real entaln. n-xent unpaid t&XPS for the year In the County i>f Bradford !Stat: of "Snlil' tax certificate together with court house tI|,",.' ?? ?. ,,i '?",
i In- ('"un.y, of Bradford date' of 1034! to 19.18.: both inclusive 81110UlltI Florida lo-wlP: all KUliBeouent omitted Levied day In the Mimth, ,,,r ".' 101'
Florida, to-wit: I log to $5450 N\V ( of NW"i Sec. 14 Tp. 6 S. taxeS will be Hold to Ih':. highest. : r.hl"9h38; i. the "hl '" .1.i ",, 11;
'. n.; 7. H. Hlk 16 1.awtey Went ALSO::8 Nvi! of 9W irpf7 SW<4 It. 20 F.i containing. 40 Acres., bidder. at the Cou,',hOIlH" door In'' I I I" ."' 8
,.f"H' ; tW. 23 Tp. 5 H R. 22 K. Kx 1-3 Acre Heo. 8 B. It. more leHn. :Sturko! on the 20th tiny, of May 1938, DI\I.I this """ "1.1'I '
Thi', taxvti to he ,,,1,1 are evidenced 211( 13, containing 17 Acres, mora The taxes to he old are evidenced at II ::00 o'clock A. M. D. 1938. "I,I
i v i illflf-nle No.'. 227 & 2(5 of 1982nl o. less.'l'he hv certificate. NOB. 17 and 65 of 19HS Dated thIs the lIMIt day of April, (OFFICIAL BRAT,)
1i1'.IJr t I":(4( "rcxperttvelv" ami representi taxes to he old are evidenced and 19.11: rispectively| and represent. 1938. A. JT. THOMAS/
i i inxi'H for the. years 1H31 to u.% f-i'itlflfnte Nos 41 and. 184 of unpnld taxes for the years. 1D31 to (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Clerk., Cin I III", f
'.,.'..h.th, inclusIve, amountlnir to 1932 and 1938 respectively: .and represent I isis::{ both IncluBlve amounting In A. J. '!THOMAS liu'adrd C.,11,1, r
unpaid taxes for tbe yean fa3.59. Clerk of Circuit Court of .22-6t-II-20.. 1'1 r I
| "M-SO: : Lot 12 Otts Sub-nivlnlon 19.11 to III.1H! both inclusive. amount- AI 1 in !3 a..1 Lnwtey Inif 'n $40.70. lit \\'ay.I'e,'. 14 Tp II 8. H. 5-6-3t-5-20.
']li.-- 'sixes. to lie Hold nre evidencedinfinite Said tax certifIcates together with 20 n., containing 36 Acre, moreor NOTICE 10..1t P
i .-I I No. 243 and 750 of all HubHenuent omitted'' or LeviediarH lend, St'i''IIOFAPJ'l.lC t1Iu.\ whom It 18! 111':111:1\: : : I 1\ "
MI: I and 1U33 roHpecllvcly, nnd rep-, will. t he nol.1 lo I I 1I Its highest Thf taxes to l ho Hold are evidenced KOU T\TC iFl-ii: : Ut Timv con. MI" I', "II '
I I nl the. nnpnlil, tuxes for the bidder nt the CoiirthnuHe, door In 'I..S' cortlflcate, No... 8 and 66 of 1931 ('..nnt.. 1IIII :\00. SIPS day of June', .\ i l'' ,
.. n'N l 11Ila to IMS! both inclusive, Stnrke on the 27tb ,lily' of May, 1938.at ..nd I ll:>33 respectively and represent N'OTICB IS HRltUliY OIVKN, That "Final|111.ly| tfl I lit' ClIIII.M,,, ',.
I utiiiiiiitlnfr/' to $530 '11-00: o'clock A :M. unpaid taxes for the yearn 1930 to W. Henry Andrew, holder of 6/8 the Discharge an .\.in, i
,M. .O. NKM of SK>4 r.x> N 420 Dated I thlH the 7th t duy of Slay "m both I Inclimlve, amounting to of Tax> Certificate No. 841, issued j"talr.28.41520. of t). T; SI II ;,, ,. ,"
I f'' S,., 34 Tp. 7 H. K. 22 K oon- I "lIlt! 5192. the 51 h., day of September A. I). MA't'I I
I.' "IIIg 20 Acres more or I....... (OFFICIAL PR.VL) AI.HO: NEi/i of NEM N of ny I
t 'ri,.' t III \e. I lo I". Hnlil are evidenced A. J. TIlll.MAS: "Hcc.' 15 Tp. 8 S. H. 20 E, containing ,
I t l.\ i "!"l Iflc-Hte No 1551 of 19.13; roI 3 Clerk of I'livult'' Court of I 15 AcreH, more or less
I"-..' Iv.1y. and represent the unpaid Brail foul i unity. Florida.. The taxes to bo sold are evidenced .7 lie Point of Vies 1

CHICAGO Photo shows mall pouches directly from the munlcl- tax I hni I. .n.. ."nifiiiNive for the, yvnrn 1932 to to'39.83.1H88, I :--l3-3t-B-27.> l,.>,.y,...,...certificate............ ....p...... ....'NOB.."..,...-..n..HI"....18......and. -..67,,,..-._"nfi .. \w, l:...II! I
I aii .".>rt being tax fertlflcateM year
tojcether with '
i> ( infiir till ur, l'\i 'Mmi ) FOR
who landed, his autOKlio on the roof of the postofflce Sunday. May 15. ill HubMrriiient omitted or LeviedUixeM 'UFiYMU 1'0' N'i'v. FLOI1- 1931 1 to 11)19 both inclusive, amount-

"I KrneHt .J I Kruetgen. the Chicago Postmaster. Is seen third from the will he Mold to the highest lilt. t\ 4 n4<< :iii'. lug Said to 117.12.

left and Pilot Miller I la In the cockpit of his giro at right. Thin flight bidder mark on at tho the 27th Courthoiiae day of May dour 1938 In H r. Hot.TZKNPOllF. nn HOI TZKNDORF
the fIrst experiment In the neweat development In airmail service at 11:00: o'clock A. M. Plaintiff. taxed will be Bold to the highest.

opened :National Air Mall Week In Chicago. I J>.,,"'d thin the 7th day of May, -,..- Mddr at the Courthouse door inittuerke ,
1 11)18OFFICIAL: nn the 20th day of May, 1938 sometimes condemns _
SnAil A. D. RXC'KK: ( et nl at 11'00 o'clock
( SRAT.) Pefendants.Xvrrrin : A. M. Li '
Landis A. J. THOMAS IS TIKHEHY; UIVRN TO 1938.Dated this the 30th day of April, the husband for tinsurk'
Vacancy c'lerk of C'lrcult Court of Sarah A. D. Rntko MnIK.IIC.
Ethel M. "
Ttrndford, County Florida. Jessie l Flute Illaki'ly and fiuhnf ) ing an adequate
-, A. J. '
TheLetter ; ,
Will Be Filled -13-31-5-27. I llii'in If alive. and If dead to ,
of Circuit
] (hit. unknown h.."'.. devlBee leta- Court of ance Estate 7 ;
Box By Judge Gibbs 0-1'11 Ot'I..' OF 'r'" ti."... frtanteetf or assigns of each :'-0-31-5-20.rirndford County Florida.'' il" )
'OT1I ': IS H 1 1II'IIYlIVE=>< thati a null I I hax' been lntltutt 1 npfaltiHteach
George Couper Glbbs 59yearold : r I'onner' has filed withme I of them In the Circuit Court :COtit'F OF MtlH OK 'TCX 3he WIDOW '
rllt'&-:: requeitt that the tax I for nradford ('oil'II I y. Florida" by the ('It lilt F1(' '1'1'1" (
"UK': WINS ELECTIONS! Jacksonville attorney and for- ,crtlflcntex together with all films of a ""' ''I'll 1,111 of complaint" NfTICK IH IIIOUKHY IIIVEV that'
mer Circuit judge, was appointed ''-'I 111'111 omltti-d I or levied tnxen Mllh-I' I 1 bv n ('. lIoltEvniloif nnil din wife Paul Hnnnett has filed with me
RUT' HOW ? .v t Iho Htatc .be. ,advertlKed unit fold I nihi-1 Sini ii' Hc.ll I I l-ndort for thopuriioMt written ruiiueBt that the tax cerllflculoK always praises the \ '
Editor Telegraph: Attorney General of Florida Saturday. i'n the hlKhoHt bidder for cnnh afllirovldcd to "remove" ,'loiidM, and 'quiet together with all selbee(1hleult -
,," .bv Chapter 18200 of the I iltli- to the ,,,II.'.,, Inn lindn: lying omitted or levied taxes held wisdom of the husband c'. '
You peak of President Hoosevelfa 19.17 aclH. of the I.PirlKlntiire upon nnd 1 belnir In Ilradfoid" County hy tha state be ndvertlBOd and Bold whose .
winning elections in spite of lie succeeds Cary D. Landis, the following, deH"rlbed rent estate 't'lul'ldI.:. ti-wlt: to the highest lildder> for cash a* memory lives 't

opposition by Congress big business who died last week after seven Florida'in hi... f'oiintv, to-wlt:of lliudforil Hlato of .Cnmnienrtnv Myrtle HI:; ,'e'tH 210 feet and Wentnnil run provided I'lST: arm by of Chapter the LevlBlatiinupon 18296' of the through !Monthly Income \' \

and much of the press. From yours in office.Governor MO:<, of, N I':', Sec. 35 Tp. 6 S. R. "',-''1 along /South Hide of Madl- the. following dentrlhed. real estate Insurance.
22 I M I Bon Htreet 210 feet to Wentmorelaiul In the County of Itradford \
I rontiilnlnff' 40 Acres. i more State: of j
which: you conclude that the mass Cone announced the or )"..... 8trei, thence South Florida. to-wlt: '
of the common people are still sLlecl lon, which Is effective until '1'/",- taxeN to .be Hold are evidenced) of Snuthwent turner of Find. icon One Acre In NR ('01' of SE'/j! of
"v -ertlfU-ne( No. BS3 of 1930 re- nloiiK' said \tmnreland Street NK't K of state Uoad No. 13,
with Mm. the general election Nov. 8. when ."t"| ''<'Ilv..ly. nnd represent unpnldnifH 420 feet thence Clint. at right Sec I UTI'. OH I: n. 22 It.. n.n- I,

Now Mr. Editor, ts there not the voters will fill the office for for the year' 1929 to 1931 I nnffli'H, to said Street 210 feet. i t tIbeiue Tht Kilning, taxve I to Acre he more or '''"H. i
both InclUHlve amounting to 5159. North 490 feet to point sold are evidenced
some danger of your taking too the remaining two years of the Hnld tax lertlflcaten' together with of lieitlnnlnv In IIn..I
much for granted In coming to sucha term to which Landis was elected ill Hiihneritient' omitted or levied lion to Town of H tar lie and deii- 'l..-.32.enl and 11135 respectively and rep- :
taxes will he Hold to the highest itrnatod on map of same an unpaid taxes for the year '
conclusion ? Hitler wins elections In 1936. bidder at the Courthoufle. door Intake "C'lark'H 2-acre Block" In Sec I

In Germany! and Austria Mussolini The Governor said Judge GibBB $" on the 27th ilnv of Stay, 1938 tion 29 Township 0 South ------------- -
nt 11:00: o'clock A. M. lange 22 idast. and containing .
wins elections In Italy and had accepted the appointment and late.I tills the 7th day of May two acres, more or left i

Ethiopia, and Stalin wins elections would be .a candidate for election i I ,OFFICIAL SRAM all perHona In interest are ordered i.
In Russia. Does this prove that to the office. A. .1. THOMAS( and required to appear In said I I 11'1 .zo. -0=0' =0=0=- -0=.' ...

the people are with them? Thesedictators lie Clerk of Circuit Court of caune on Monday, June 0th. 1938 to '
must run In a special prim- nradford County, Florida answer sail Iilll of Complaint! no
; affirm that I It does, but I .;-1 :I- t-5.21. exhibited' against .
.. L ary to be called by the State Democratic -- -- ., 1 .. .. you. ._n .defendant. I
J'S' we Executive Committee at a'' n u'd;; u
ulll be entered against
know what drastic means they use meeting June 2 In Jacksonville.The :NOTIf'K t'111''II''U'OP" $ \tr'T"J"OP: TAX each of you. you i WHEN

to win. NOTICE IS IIKItKHY (1lV$ .' thnt / It IH further ordered that thin no- I IN NEED OF
Attorney General of Florida W. H. Smith bun filed with lice be publIshed once a week for II
The means used Mr. Roose- four consecutive, weeks. In the i'
by Is a member of the state cabinet m,' written request that the tax Bradford *

Vflt differ only In degree, not In und most of the special boards its I'erllflcnteH. "iiient| omitted together or levied with taxes nil Hitb-held. I having County a general Telegraph circulation, a newspaper and .

kind, from those used by the dictators. members compose. lie is legal adviser 'I.y the Stale be. ndvertlned nnd Hold publlHlied In lirnilfoid County, Flur-I'
No bayonets of steel prod to all to the highest bidder for cash. as I I t! o
constitutional state officials 'irovldeil. bv Chapter DOSE: and ORDERED at Starke, i iI
o-."r voters fn the back, but the and has broad In 1137: iit'tH of the Legislature 18298 .,of the I I IFlu'ldll. thin. Cth day of :lla)'. A. D. n
powers upon
I 191: >1.
patronage coercion exercised the Interpretation of laws the following fleHcrlhed real entnte I I (OFFICIAL HEAD o
'n Ihe Coiiniy of H
through numerous underlings the have not been tested In the courts. t"Iuuila to-wlt: State of I A J. THOMAS,
threat of relief suspensIon and I Gibbs /HWi of S\VH' Sec 9 Tp. 7 S. n. Clerk, of t'II ttlii rmirt. Printing
Judge was born In Hradford
21 K. containing, 40 Acres, More I County, Florida. I
tho lOlls of paltry jobs now baitIng In 1879 and received his nr leHH.Th T. Frank Lii lid"l'u to I
.. Atlornev f,>I' Plaintiff. I
them force Into line tnxfH to bo Hold
very many law nro evidenced
YYHushlnfdon & Lee ,l.v fcrtirifiite N..... 461 of 1933 re- I I S-U-St-U-a.; i
willing voters. I University. lie practiced briefly '!"-,,'t I u f-I iv, and represent unpnbl, .-.- -- ----- -. i o

"enntor Peppers election was In Virginia and was admitted to I lux, H for the yearn 1912 In iKi*. :?.ii'lt'fl OF S \ii 0.- ....,X a
'i.tth' ifl'l'lsive' amount Inir to |rfi :.t't: i 1:11: uri '
< \ i is:
di",ivery largely: to his being en- j I thi bar in Jacksonville In 1003. Hal.l. tax i.ertiricatFH together with N'OTICK II: III:nl'l\' IIVEN that o a
do 'serl | I ill I I nil,,'..'.i.II..nt omitted I ,,i' I Krvlnii A. UunnolilD
by tho Townscnd organlza- | became judge of the\ Fourth iv.. IIHH fll l.'d with Let Us Serve
H will be
Hold to I he mo written! "rciiueHt! that the taxi You
tlonu. both State timl National I Judicial Circuit In 1013 and served bld.li-r. lit I hfO CourlhoiiHe, 'lItl"nt., '* lofrotbt-r ultli all HUbMeinifiit 1 -
piiHonullv, !!: doubt the wisdom oft i twenty-two years. lIe retired 'ink.' On! the 27lh liy of '1"1"1// oniltti-cl I t or lc\l..>d I tax-ti. livid
nt I 11-00 I
A. M. by the Slut"' luUiTtlHit
I.) nrtioii on their pnrt. No man lo the private practice of law' In It.11,1,, 6 IhlM I Ihe lilt dny of to the hlTliHI bidder for nnd tacit mild ns :

de.llIlng himself 100 percent forthe 1935. I"'H.' ,provided .l.y Clmpter 18290 of the .

.'..'-. OFFICIAL SHM.l' I 11137 n..f. .1,1.on., L..lw''o n' _.. '...' ...'... ......n... ,, .. ..
'''0 '\.Ummlsuallon. no muttel' who -. A. J. THOMAS tho following I i detirrlliiMl. n-ul I extate ,' .

Administration. Mr. Roosevelt Cocoa pads from whose needs I'lork of Circuit ('01ll.t of In the, County of Hrndford.' State of''i i .... ,. -/
Tlriulfrird County, Florida. Florida, to-wlt I
or any one else deserves our sup- we get chocolate, grow directly on 5-13-33-5-27.I W'-j of Illk ..0 ax Kxtemlid' on I ..-

port. We ought to choose men the main trunk of the cocoa tree. 'O"'U'I' KnMevH Map Ex. S 105 ft. OrlirInal I :
: OP Htl.H OPNOTICK 'vex Town of Starke
In NE14
who will represent US and put .- (''':'''''IFU'T":" of VVV4 Hec. 28 Tp. 8 H. R. 22 K.. i<

OUR INTERESTS foremost. Men The average up and down gust I 1.1111 J. NIcholHon IS IIKHKIIV. tilVE.V that The taxes to ho ptilil ant>vblenced 1 :
bun fllo.l hy
who will be loyal to the Administration of wind an Important factor In "me written refluent, that the with tax: spectively certificate altO.Von.represent 1090 of 1933 unpaid r.- We have a complete Job Department and

only so far as they are takeoff, has a velocity of 30 feet certlflcateK together with all Bllbneiiient taxes for the yeai'8 1932 to I IDJN, we can give you
I | omitted or levied taxes held both Inclusive, I
convinced that the Administration a second. hv the State he advertlned and' Hold I Hald tax. certlflcaten amounting to 1269.40. i neat and

is seeking to promote the best -. .to provided I the highest. bidder for cash ns all .HuliHeiiuent omitted together or Levied with JJ attractive work on either cheap or expensive jj
bv Chapter .. j
18299 of the will be
good of our country and people. I Ample provision Is belng- made 1917: ,,,'1. of the I.pulnlature' ., upon II"x.. .. at the Hold Courthouse to the door highest I I 0

Men who will carefully weigh by the New York World's Fair of In'he the followliiK County I of deHcrllied Hrll
every measure urged and fully satisfy / 1939 for a maximum attendance Florida to-wit : Dated this the 30th duy of Oof

i themselves as to its effect on of 800,000 persons In one day. LotM 10) & It I ott'n Sub-PIv Kant 1030. printing requires. We handle all work o
tutwi.'v.9l'c.. and
23: 24, 25, 26 TI"| 5 OFFICIAL SEAL) APrl1'1 promptly,
oui country and people. Men who I S II. 22 K., A. J. TIIUM-AS.

,I will! oppose the Administration "trlklng Illustration to be used In bv The c-ertlflc-nte tnxen to he Hold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court I I give it to you just when we promise it. Our
when NOH. 127 and 74'i,' of 1Ir,, subversive and destructive connection with the study. A life- 1924 nnd 10l: respectIvely, and rep- S-6-31-6-20.
measures are urged. 1 size! riHi-nt I unpnld III x.... for the yenin 'I j more reasonable than
I painting representing "The 1127 to ll'lx both inclusive. omount- you can secure outside of the
President Roosevelt HAS URG Plan of the Ages" will be on the our to i $1S 79. NO I HI'! <>rl; tl.l'. : (>F T\\ I city.

i ED:: several such measures, as wit- :]I I platform and will be explained, 'ill Kill.. HiihKi-iineiit I mx, certlflenleH.. omitted toirethi-r or r.evled with NI)Tll. 'i.:(Kit I.S: HKKKHVnlVEN. { Sic:'. that I j g] We solicit your orders for I 0]

nes the Court packing bill the reorganization -'1 unit there Is to be instrumental lazes. will b* Hold to the hIghest I" c. Mtl\ln, htm filed with inc writ- I
' 1t I' and vocal >>iuli'r nt HIM CourthniiHe door In reqiicxt! I I Hint i thi' tax, ,-eri I flea" teS :
\ bill etc. And not music Don't miss this I Stark on the 27lh. ilny of Stay 1938. I tiiirether with all iibKpfuent| omit- I
t telling what others he will urge I Important study. al 11-00: o'clock A. M. I ted or let liol taxeB h.'lil by the Htate I]
U..I'd. l IhlM the 7th day of be inlv.Ttii.ril' I and l Bold to th- LETTER
before his term of office expires. I 1 TK.AI.V sciiiiITiESchedule : I !S III:3! May I est bidder. for, cash nf "" U HEADS
I am devoutly thankful that not ''OFFICIAL( 8RAL) Chapter I 1S2IHI: of CliiI I 19.17 (. :
All the Senators i I of trains arriving her A J. THOMAS! the I.PKlxliitui-1 ,'. upon the I ful "hlKh-1
are like-minded Clerk of Circuit Court of doHcrlhed' real estate In the (' o ENVELOPES

with Mr. Pepper. And I am writing notice.daily Subject to change without ft-13-8t-5-27.Hrndford (County Florida of wit:Hrndford, !State: of to-j I I u STATEMENTS 0 I:

this purely as a patriotic citizen, NWj of NEV & SVfV of NEW
not In any .enseftfa partisan. Southbound-Due Mtnrke OTt4'V': AIBO That Portion of SBV4 of jj CIRCULARS FOLDERS
No. 1-Local __ NOTICE IS N\\,14< K of Public BOOKLETS
ERNEST __ -__ 10:48: p. m. HKIttCRT dlVEV to Hoa.I about i
THORNQUEST. No. 107 all whom It may concern thnt I 3 Acres Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. it 20 E.. g
-Through____ 9:03
: a. m. have filed my Final Return a. containing 123 Acre. more or BILL
Northbound-Due Sturke Kxerutor of the Kntat' of Francis I...,. n HEADS
MISSION! lULL :\(. Taylor and The taxes to be sold NOTE HEADS
No. on the 17th of evidenced
2-Local____ __
6:15 .
: a. m .llIn. by
A. certificate
P. Nos. 61
Everyone 19311. and
attending the Bible apply lo lion K 64 of 1930 ;,
No. 103-Through.___ 5:04 K. F'errymnn. County and 1934 respectively, and
study this week : p. m Judge of represent U
.11 greatly enjoyed Starke and Wanne Breach itrndfnrd County, for discharge. a. unpaid taxes for the yearn 1929 to VISITING CARDS
the Instrumental music by the said Kxecutor. both Inclusive amounting to i.o i.
No. "' 97.21.
leaves Starke 7:00: a. m CynllS O. TA n.on.
: girls and are pleased at the Interest ",' .. ___'_u_ _Lu'. __ -U.4l.i-l.. .Said.tax certlfIrate tntt.. h..t> with n _
being taken In developing .v. aJa "'TIY"" ,:>
the talent of the Dally except Sundays :e\OO'I'IC' taxes. will be nolil to the highest I o D !
young people. nv the bidder at the
Seaboard power vested In them the Courthouxe door In I
( There Airline Railway.T. Honrd of Puhllo SharkS on the 20th o
were three special numbers Iniftructbm for day of May 1938
J. GRIFFIN llradfnrd County at 11-00: o'clock A, M. '
t t Agent. hereby calls an II
duets with
guitar accompa- .-- ----- "lection In Hoiildrnln Sub School Hated thin the 90th day of April, II
i niment. also some chorus work. 'O"'U'''' OP" uti.H nf" TKHTIPUtTKtt \\ 1 MlHtrlct No. 17 and Plarke. Huh 19. IS..OFFICIAL. SEE
(- : School, niHtrlt No 3. In he held !Slav SEAL) US ABOUT YOUR
I The scripture lesson brought out NOTIl'K" is HKIIKIIV: ; OIVKN; that 24. 19.18: In I the lloatdrnln School A J. THOMAS, I PRINTING NEEDS
i the testimony of the little servant 'J \V. loti.rl hn.* fllcil with house nnd In the I'ltyJail In the Clerk of Circuit Court of ,' o
"," iviltti-n town of Hlarktto determine 1'radford County, ,
girl of Namans household who > i I tin,.atttH farther loiinxnt that with all the .iil tax er or not I>l..trlct No. 17 shall whet eonsolldite S-6-3t-5-20. Florida. I I D o
t, pr.ivpcl. 1 to be the guide to the I nt? "iiilt i.I IIr lxvli.ll tnx<>,, held- with Hliirke Hlntrlft ) 'u. 3 -I o D
power .\ I he' Knit ,' I I.,. s'l lv..rtl"..,l to elect three trustee and deter :O'l'U'F1 !
HoM OF tt.M -
which healed Naman of leprosy. <,". ,tinItlirhwnt t M She knew of i \idiil. l.v nictilnvt xal.l coiiHolldated I U
the power of God 1' ''> '? i.t in ..r. the Chapter l.rKlKliitiirp M21 S. of th.* 'llntrlct for the ensuing two yearn. lnin.-H\'nTI'E'I; .IH In H""Y IIIVKV that COUNTY
k Franklin
rough His prophet. Elioha upon The miuiaKTiTH for and "Sam' Frank
and 'h. ,
| liHiiiB t I-H| rlhcil 'ri.al I w'tat.. ; laid election willIIOATTR. IIn hay filed. with

: I Iat If Naman would come In con- r'lorlilu hi" ih- Countv, to-wit I I nf Hrii.lf.ini., Hint. of : .\ LX ".,.-.......-.. .'....n.., 'L...._. ..._.._. me,....rtlll'AI..written! ... 10-retreihcr I II

l.rt with this power he would be I.,.IK s. !-i l iti ik) :2 nnvli., A Trut.y'M It. J,. Leev. or levied with, Is"all-.* i.Lii.st'iui.-'t hold. ,mitted
lured and no he AiMltlnll In tUnIkIn, :NI'or: \ \v. Colcmnn. he advertlHid th Slate o
was. Leprosy, a of ansI l >,ild to
\ /jpe of sin, may still be cleansed "SKI'p i ,II of S. NVViV II. 2*_ K.: of Uy He,'. 31 "l-Mnni KiiKene: Lewis Orirru highest vided bidder for, cash ax pro-the u o
by ,
by the acceptance of. and the Tht-, tiiic-n tn l I." HO M are vvliloncett "STAR' ....Id l"3i ftn of Chapter the I.oirlninttirf.18890 of the I o TELEGRAPH n
'iv A. $ noon
. fitlri-nle, New. 1170 'ott the
nf 111.13: following o
$ obedience to, the testimony and ci.- I.. I). ilrern described real estate
ipwtlvi-ty, .
and rr|>r<* >>nt unpaid In the County of Bradford .
<<< instruction of ''iixfH' for the J. PowellNorn : nf
: God's prophets and yearn 19:18: to 1935, Florida, it :: i L :
'''th Incluxlv.. Olin W. W II... t : I
anioiinllnir to I I 211.71. of
teachers the privilege l Is to all_ 1-29-H.6-20. Iilock 41 Llvlngnton.. '
M.!<(n: NKV .
of t to testify to this K M. R 31 I
power. and to R. rontalnlnir 40 n: op of NFL Sec. 88 Tp. 6 S. R. 23 E..
Atr CI.F
H, more nvTX
l Ii.
or pp. The taxes
accept It's to he Hold .
teachings. ( are evidenced
\ TABERNACLE .>v crtlfnte timmi| to to NfO..polt. are rvldvnocd SOTI, '1'1 M 1 HKIIKHV: IIIVR.V I thnt hv Il> oertlfUote Xuus. au and 1166 of i it JOB
.. : 107 and 914 of MrH. Hanle 31 and 19:13: respectively,
On Kill. unrt 1933 r.Hi Friday evening the 20th an- r<-p- me written "nni>''' tax for the L
r"'III..t year ii
CHOOt ihi that the .
.. unpaid taxn for the lax 19HO: to 19.14, both Inclusive '
"Mlflcatea .
other meeting will be held In the (UN., run: t to I in\Itq.: bolh liu-luKli. H together with all sub'q.uent Ing to 110031. imount-
m 'iintlnit tu I7l; 11 or levied lazes. heM 0
Tabernacle This promises to be y/i'd'! tnt ei'tiiate." ">.> .the Siaii' b. advertised and Hold Said tax. certificate: o&' ozso-
together' with all mih.. uent h"L.I ;II lOdot -'
of the highest | omitted
great interest ill miliMmiuelH bidder for or lozaoi '
as there Is omitted cash :
a or Levied aa taxes
be =oo
provided sOld to -
the OO
\ '- wIt. be ...Id to the hl.hut 193, actx by of the Chapter Leclalatur 11294: .Of the bidder at. the rourthouie door highest In I. ,t J

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I Home Of 7,000 Hens r GKE ,\TEST ISSUE:; OFIJ.... 1 \Vcmen Attend Tea I IIEHE'S IIOPINM!

The Tampa Time looks flbout''

STATE NEWS 1 . --- -- '-" '-' -. -. ,it t and l errs ;.1 whole" forest of 1 1pnlnkal IIvl' "u"-, ___. Vcur ain't been the very beat ,1

LIVE "'A'+wea issues waiting for hardy I Puny hard with trouble piosacd; }

t FACTS IN SHORT PAUAGKAI'IISu candidates for the State Logic But the rough way lends to I iuHt ,
, t tire to begin whacking on lhem Here's hopin'lWhere '

Unlike other HllUborough County I

K; KKSEKVKD HEAD OF STATE ELKS observers it thinks the hesitancy ,' we planted 1 roses sweet,

,I I' EB-The noun DAYTONA BEACH.-M. Fran SftEtltltlltIIIIaBttmawl 1 of candidates to announce an 1 Thorns come up and stuck our feet;

1'JI nAHA, "rul' Women a O'Brien, of Jacksonville, Is new come to grips with these facts 01' But this old world's hard to beat --
ai' (t' had bee president of the Florida Elks Here's hopln'!
wrmltory apace life \Is due more to lack of legla-
all term. Th which will meet next I ,.f
q ,,? the 1938-39 e.. la live timber than to paucity e
saved I' house 1.103( students year at Orlando. District vice Issues PVaps the build In' that we planned

''I mioreen, .---- presidents named at the 33rd an It suggests the one-pot treasury, 'Gainst the cyclone, couldn't stand; JI'

BUILDING nual convention her included Cecl advances the though of a Civil But, thank God, we've got the land,

OF Cinkan, St. Augustine, northeastern Here's hopln'!
LSSIMMEE Buiidingr open t I Service for State employes, which I
: ; J. S. Jink, Tallahassee, northwestern I .
( were at tbe --- Is fine; a parole system which
,, Kissimmee We will see the mornln' light-
m and Kerfoot Bryant, Is pictured wbat ls considered one of the largest hen houses greatly needed; revision of I the
'Obeal nstructionCho ,, An' the darkest night
IC wiUttthen Lakeland, southwestern. in ,? 1S located On the poultry farm owned by T O Mta- :criminal code, proposed by t tbe very

worth of pen stall, laU! Wilkes County North Carolina The house, one of the many State Bar Association and in de. Can t hide Heaven from our eightHere's

e.ut $10,000 quarters ot MAD WILl CAT I ones on the poultry farm, houses 7,000 layers. Their blended mand by all except criminal law. tv bopln'lFrank. I
and acessory cackles create a musical din which has been the sUbject of comment L. Stanton
Brie livestock yards in North JACKSONVILLE.-Dogs, cats, from hundreds I yers; the gasoline tax .
new of visitors Mr. Mlnton's poultry farm Is said to be "muddle"l I ---
s the llBt. skunks and ant eaters have the which involves around $ PRAIRIE DU CHIEN. Wlls.-
topping even largest In the south Over 12'00 layers for I I
I are kept breeding Some national and Inter.
IJIlmmee .--- been sent to the laboratories of purposes, a year; taking the Supreme Court view taken on the majestic slalrs) fifty "

the State Board of Health, Jack _u ___nn +I >ut of politics, a pleasant dream of the central hall of the villa. State trade associations/ which) op
CCll ERS BitING $200,000 I ot no particular Importance; many I four members of the: erated in the United States in 187S
('[ sonville, for analysis for possible Louis, shows
-Farmers of Lake< WRIGIIT NAMED SOUTHER? I Increased to 1,000 and 1920 and
I bet.
LEES BURG receive rabies, but this week for the fire) I >other ventures into attempted Prairie du Chien League of Women '

d Sumtcr Counties time In Its the ARCHITECT tel" government Voters The gowns worn 1 by now number 2,400 .
of cu history laboratoryhas I r .
800 acres ---- -- -- ---
their From Other PensA I I
00,000 for The 400 carsIpped been called on to make a test LAKELAND. Frank Lloyd; Mrs Goodscll Billings and Miss

m-thto-eawn.an average ot: of a wild cat's head for rabies Wright, of Green Springs, Wi'will ., But perhaps the greatest Isaue Betty Garvey, first and second i BEYOND THE GAS MAINS '
brought be architect for the E. Stanley ,: from the left are of the 1860
ldThls season Only the brain of the wild cat was of all is whether Florida Is to resume '
',,00 each, ho < $1.25 to $4.2/S! sent In and due to its having chemIcally Jones Educational foundation the construction of big \- period. The gown worn by Miss' sijur
from Informed that New York's City
-ices ,ranged dehydrated it was not possiblo to be established at Florida Southern or suffer the road system Helen Kahoun, second from the I .-
last vays '
than year, Hall decbrnted with sIx
had been
r fancies, lower to make a successful analysis. college. Dr. Ludd M. Splve,; 110 laboriously built up under Martin right, has 1870 as the date of i Ita JUST IMAGINE A REAL

ut the ,-rop was larger. Reports forwarded with the president of Southern, announced cuspidors bearing "' the insigr rulIng Carlton and Sholtz, to fall Into origin. Mrs. James P. Carve GAS STOVE OUT HERE IN 'l
"Made In Germany, despite a -
brain stated that the wild cat Wright's appointment last nigh, teeny while the bond lobby, the president of the ten. Is wearing THE COUNTRY. WISH ,
that the city was not to uae '
M\Y [SELL CITY HALL measured six feet long and had attacked Ground for the foundation will I be FI- school lobby anti the State etbyes' a gown of the 1860 period. Theile' 1 I j
German-made products Mayor AFFORD TO '
Attorney Joe broken May 24 with most authentically costumed gowns WE COULD
gEBRINf. City : a road worker openly on lobby make off f '
',nrct' <1 he received word the State Rond No 28 near Belle ---ir--A--- orcllo H LuGunrillu said: "I can do ot the gasoline tax levied on mo- were used to relive the Ray parts COOK WITH GAS. fI 1
said be offered think of anything better to at the secor ( I ,
Hall would The animal held at the Villa,
< Glade in the Everglades. orlsts.
r with a Nazi product than to I'plt held I
Fedpralur' May
satisfy a annual tea which was
f v HI'i lab 4 to Jumped on the man's back MIAMI.-Dr. Warren F. Drape, In It.- Pcnsocola Journal. The State Road Department" re- i !
The Land Title 13. Hundreds of women atten YOU CAN I HERES I,
', .igment Inflicting several severe scratches asxlsimt surgeon general of the ----.-- rntly showed a fine sense of business 'I
r"'"'< Co. a Florida con- and bite on his arm. The ed from Michigan Illinois, Wisconsin OUR WHOLE ,
mk a deep United States Public Health Ser- In getting its bills on a cur. '
for $51- USE: FOR HYACINTHS: ? I and !Minnesota !
Iowa, i
Judgment ,
rv! ,11"a l wild cats open and ferocious at- vice told the Florida Medical Aa- rent basis, and. wiping out a 1 lotof DINNER IN '
3 3S "pro, ntmg unpaid bond prln- tack on the road worker who was soclatlon syphilis should be trea Here's a new use for the "pesky" I debt inherited from Its pred \ ,

,, ?" ""I 'interest and has levied a working on the water hyacinth as recorded by But the Fort Myers I THE SWINGOUTif q* ''J
Iff among group ed at public Speaking at I esfors. as
expense. ,
the Stuart News "After all TilE DAY AFTERHere's t :
to Dully :
'' City hall satisfy \ BROILER. WITH .
the to think the I r
11l1"i""? highway, led party the association's annual convei has Jews-Press aptly observed ; little election story that s ..
i the animal might possibly these years a pl'acticallse not only a 3 CENTS WORTH .
e tltut lion, Dr Draper snid syphil State Road Department off tbe it.
An take the curse \ i
been found for hyuclnths ur help
-- have, had an attack of the rabies. caused more deaths than any oil bowed itself out of debt but also after. t ; OF "PYROFAX"GAS. J JJ
Identified Winter visitor from Jet -
\\ \n'n YOUR STEP: I --. er disease, Ho also asserted toper Ollt of business, Its chairman con- IT'LL \; t
dan- I sen was observed picking up the When Claude Pepper was here if'I
\, v BEACH.-- The eased It hAll money enough only
I'ttt cent of the nation's Insanity t tt
RAIN ENDS DROUTH dried bulbs of hyacinths on the I for his big rally he met Kenneth'' DONE TO A TURN I '
HUH up hitchhikers was cases could be traced to the dls-I tOI' maintaining part of the State II 1clr, i ;
MIAMI A rainstorm sweptover beat'It, Ileas very careful I to Balllnger, tho Miami Herald's pillticul I
J. B. Stein Feder I. ,
of .
lvui"la n 'h<> nee t'fiic. He estImated free ire aimt ystcm, and matching ,
section of South plec-t! only the spongy! specimen I correspondent nt Tullabusue. .,
Texas, who pick- a wide for person unable to and funds for a few miles of new FCll-<
pay which show no sinus| of decay, A I The Herald supported Cot t
H I U !intc'ti-hikers only tock Florida, poured nearly three other control measures would cost; i ernl highway. eF ..
watcher. who con]id hold hs curMity Wilcox and as Bullmgc
ribs eiessmnn
In his ,
eve a gun Inches of water over parched lands $30,000,000 n year. I finally Jl
In abeyance no longer point1flukeH
had taken some pretty '
from him and Here is the paramount issue InFlorida. \
Sake ivaway ended the longest --- .--- he I t
and definitely uslted the visitor Just what at the Pepper candidacy, < \
road Its
,11 r J\\ the side of the This State grew on : ,
umt ml Police later found drought on record for this area SEES ituir.nr ruruitK vas doing. For explanation the roads. und today! more than ever wns eyed what you might call askance 'I\\ : .,
en n brilllnnt future for curious one was handed, two of the senators 10-< '
,mumtoned on a side street The rain reached cloudburst proportions TAMPA.--A espet bel'ol'e, the Winter and Summ< I by some "
?r Imen escaped. at one time as an Inch the fertile Everglades section of ally light and fluffy bulbs an( tuurltlt movement depends. for I Its 1'111 l supporters who were nlong 'i'I'

ere "nt" ..---- Cell In a twelve-minute period. Florida was painted last week by was told that they were to be uSl'd olume upon satisfactory hlg 1 with him. '

unable to R. Bitting, president of In lieu of excelsior In packing Mr, ;'
GET: SEW AKMOKVBARTmv : Storm drains were car- Clarence .'ays. People don't have to come But not Claude. Spying
Bartow's $22,000 ry off the downpour and streets the United States Sugar Corport glassware to be shipped Nortl, to Florida for the Winter. They Balllnger with a cordial' "Hell ?

Xaiional Guard Armory proj- became floded. Many motor vehicles tlon speaking before the Kiwanis Since the Winter visitor has 'brol won t come here If they cun't gel Ken," they shook hands smlllnf
"ew water drowned here. Bitting said that his! sn the Ice,' several other person little
teen approved by the Jack- were stalled as club round ly while those around looked a nth.wp.
J.etnas .
Citrus 50,000 tons of ire busy thinking up uses for the
out their engines. growers company
[Tonvint" flee and the federal gov- Let's have a few stalwart If'gllt.) surprised
welcomed the long-awaited pre sugar from 15,000 acres last year; dried bulbs the chief one being Claud
ind construction Is ex- Hive candidates to begin callIng "You know, Ken,
J-rnment Gren fruit and blooms but, he declares that only was a a substitute for cotton In making
H],>ctei 'e start this week accordIng cipitation. I It'gal spades by their correct as he sat down at a desk open
trees and It that there Is available ounge cushions. The dried bulb
from beginning
were dropping reminded cone ,
'c( the Lakeland WPA head- ames Is Florida to remain out< some telegrams, "I'm
moisture would prevent in the Everglades sufficient acrt of hyacinths are not only soft, but .
Biuanerg Of the total amount, was hoped of the road building business for they tell on Senator Bilbo A
had been estimated to support 100,000 families or ire springy. Times-Union..
the heavy losses. It age ond In Washington
borne bondholders
jibout, $8,500 will be by the benefit of the correspondent up
city as the sponsor's share, a large that Dade County's citrus crop a half million persons If the government ALLEGED SUPPORTERS A lhe teachers and State employer had been roasting him to a turn
I part of which will consist of labor faced a fifty percent decrease because would permit Florida Instead of putting Dr. Townsend are highway funds to be reo and one day an Indignant frIend''
of the
laid mntertls. of the drought.Let's produce consumed only ten In per the cent Unite In Jail the proper thing to (bored to their proper use, and the handed one of the articles to Be No "PYKOPAX" Gas Service is

States.sugar lo would be to Incarcerate all the on(Is of Florida to their requl ator Bilbo with an angry 'Read not expensive. It's actually saving

congressmen: and senators wh el, standards? that." money for thousands beyondthe

tave pledged their support to Ihe There's something the boys can "The senator leaned back and mains. "PYROFAX" Gas

Job KENT ANNOUNCESJACKSONVILLE.Fred novement with tongue In cheek I put their teeth In.-Miami Her'aId rend it through with a good deal gas is

Finish The regulating equipment provided
Ken .
wanting votes and expecting to of Interest. When he had flnlshe You
at no : pay
prominent Jacksonville attorne evade payment of the implied obI he glanced up from the paper.

announced here his week that he Igntlon.. A lot of congressmen and WHAT IS ECONOMY; 'My ,' he exclaimed 'that only the small installation fee
would be a candidate for chairman I their) of $9.75... and the gas itselfcosts
have ,
ipnators who pledged A young New England woma fellow In a god writer Isn't bel'! 1'
ship of the State Democratic Executive undying devotion to the Townsen I who was born and reared In a The tension eased with the as little as Sit per person

Committee. Kent, long active I cause: haven t ever done. thing to poor but thrifty family whereshe laugh and Fred Loudermilk invite per meal! Itjavtt in many other !
In the Interests of the part fet the bill considered by congresi I was taught the most rigid, Ken to come along and have supper ways too..no costly replace y;

served as chairman of the finance It would be called to a vote In a i' ales.. of economy, married a pro..- with the Pepper crowd. menu because there is nothing

committee In 1936 raising $70,00 week any time enough of the' moos Ohio farmer., In the cel- When adversaries can be tha.t to deteriorate or replace on a l

at that time. Again as ChaIrman nouth supporter of the meumjrleslre. : 1111' of her home she found well way In the heat of n hard fought; Magic Chef Gas Range. So t

of the Victory Day Dinners he -Winter I.neralll' lied bins of fine fruit and vegibles < campaign It would, seem that their! why not call us today for full bt

raised $10,000, more recently as I := -- .--_ I for use during the white supporters could take it In t'qual information? iv,

general chairman of the Jackso' BATHER IN A TEACUP !I Following the habit she had good spirit on the day afterward .

Day Dinner campaign In the stat Here is a practical way of tellIng nrned from her thrifty parent -Ft. Myers News-Press.

he raised 22000. So effective whether a day Is going to bins sile selected for Immediate use _.._------ .-
q I was his work that Florida toda; lump of und "
or wet. Drop a suga only those apples vegctabh NKW RIVER .t.tAANOF
i holds the record of having con Into a cup of tea and watch the be which were Imperfect or showed
yIn !> <"orrespondentMr.
I irlbuted more per capita than any; invlor of the bubbles as they rise signs of early rotting. When thee Dorothy Siip

other state In the Union, to the sUrface If they appear us were consumed, she repeated the! anti Mrs. M. F. Wlggln r/rt
.---- hurrying to the sldo of and again. And
----- tiny drops process over over vere visiting relatives In Jackson I
TO CELEBRATE NEW ROAD the cup, there to disappear, then It was not until Spring that 1 I It Mile
TALLAHASSEE. celebration the day will bo fine. Should th< dawned on her that they had beeitlng
Cross lection J iterant o/typicalVVEOFAX"
M. J, spent Monday,
committee In charge of arrangements nibbles grow large and flout In the worst of the fruit and Mrs. Supp I
; Cat installation.SPENDABLE .
Lake Butler wit
for the formal openIng he center of the cup for sometime gotable all winter and allow tnd Tuesday In

of the Overseas Highway have then be sure rain is close at In g the perfect ones to becom her brother Dave Richard.

ompleted their plans for a three land. The reason? A writer h'earson's unfit for use. Miss Annie Mae Alvarez, oStarke

celebration to be held July; London Weekly answers: The best economy !Is to get the Is spending this week wit PYROFAX
the Primary of May 3rd, I carried 2. 3 and 4Aa the Fourth of July; 'he behavior of the bubbles Is best out of what you have, and Belly and Doris CroHby.

every one of the six counties in the 8th Judicial falls on Monday the commlttei due to the pressure of the air I to 1 buy the best you can afford.If Dot Misses Supp. Audrey and Melba Belle Moody Phllllpi were, '...0........
In fine weather
this is high- automobile use
decided to make its celebration i iveekend a When you have an ,
Circuit and got 3,300 votes more than affair, with a progran -the bubbles burst quickly; when It. Depreciation Interest, taxeic Malting friends at Midway, Sun GAS SERVICE

and night low. and rain Is near, the bubble a the Item lay, COONS...HUTS WATIM..MAKU KCto !
other candidate and the official can I of events for each day are biggest expense
any for appreciable driveyour Miss Annette Sapp watt vlaltln, H_a ..jrond fh.0.1, Main
Many unique and unusual phase: emaln Intact an and go right on whether you

vass of the 17,956 votes shows that I lacked of entertainment are planned, according Ime.-Exchange. car or leave It to deteriorate, In Starke Saturday. night. RI'OQtJlGLEY
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of all to statement may by; ---.-- Idleness In the garage. Be -
only 530 votes of having a majority : a BEFORE The value of coal tar was die & I.i\'IS! e
HAPPENED last long,
John Costa, chairman of the com NEVER sides It will probably as
the votes. nlttee. As soon as the complete KEY WEST -- A tornado the a.i you can endure( the model. overed: In 1846 and It was firs. Uoaier for Elevtro-Acouwtlo Lab.

has been decided upon 1 It ret ever reported In the Florida I If you have a suit or a drcsi ,, i.ittd In Germany for making root \\llllnton, Fin.
effort to overcome program
But in a desperate vlll be announced to the public. eys-swept through Pirate's cove or a pair of shoes which you Ilk, ling felt.

my great vote, many false charges are now I fishing camp on Sugar Loaf Key I particularly well wear them andget ;" -

last week flattened a cottage, all the enjoyment out of themyou ,
being made against me-a whispering cam- PROGRESS IS EASIER amaged other, upset an automo, can while they are new amiIn KEY-McCABE I;JNERAL HOME '

is being carriedon I Do you ever wonder why you astonished several persons -
bile and
paign misrepresentation lon't get ahead faster In business 1? i style. 111I.111- :MRS I. a McC.JACKSONVILLE. .or.y Lady Attendant I
column was thai
The swilling If know a good show
in the you
by those who want to defeat me Could offensive breath be holdintou ten approaching the camp but you want to see, and have thE .'I..\. ST. AUGUSTINE! FLA. '

run-off Primary on May 24th.I buck' ? Gargle Ml and 31 Solution will was mistaken for a waterspout i a I price of admission, go tonight : 4.1 {v. Church-Phono 0-153!I SO St. George I'hone 27
day you .
egularly every armless and more frequent visitor I Icasure Is largely a matter oj I
be mislead '":
to with an unpleasant -
not I void offending people
am asking the voters In the camp, twent; II .
Those mool, and some other night yo -- ---- --- ---
by the campaign of false charges and breath. Buy MI 31 for50c illes north of Key West, made no< may be In some other mood Th, I
at the Rexall Drug Storearpenter's effort to dodge as! the phenomenal I gentlemen players will not appea I UNITED LIFEL. ]SURANCE CO.Ideo& .
that none Drug Store In Starke.
I assure you It left them wide ladles Sl
Misrepresentation. pproached 80 I handsome or the I C. McCABE, I'reIndustrial ickfton\lu, Flu.
charges are true. yed when It cut viciously in fron I ;beautiful, nor the comedian s(

all a the sea wreaked Its damage and funny. I 1O. 1 1.ife Insurance
I have not assailed any man, but at ru ped onward into the Gulf of Mexo. True economy does not conslf't r

times have sought to win upon my own To Get RId or Acid : Three minutes after It hit the 11'1 i living and spending like I, I L. SAPP,, I epresentatlve

: and Poisonous Wat Overseas Highway was littered miser, but In the wise use 0:

Your ""n.,* hlp to *.*p ,.....**11 with debris. The total damage what we have and the judlcioulection ; b

merits.And in this final I want to ask all by konntantly,th"* btoofl.fltrlnc If your want kldny maitrfrom Nor Willi estimated at $//SOO. of the things we want I
say .
functionally diaod r*
!my friends to continue to give me their help Codyoldadlutrww r ivmow. .a_. Impurltt1. who., thr.,....m mayb and I* In some--States nighthawks an Nuggets. .-- For ExperSmith's t Repairing

m the election next Tuesday and finish the Burnlntr aranty or too frqunt art. illed "goat suckers" from an old A truck bought in 1913 Is use.
utlon may b.. warning of torn* kidney ellef that they actually milked dally by a man In South Carolina
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Job by electing me State Attorney on May ac You bladdar may duturbane*ufT.r norrlnr ....,.kacha. oats. He saws wood by ;jacking up th
..ralatnt hadarh.,attaxka of dl..ln_ be;
24th. laitlrtf .p .1.".., ....Il'n.' .putflnw About on -half- the area of the< rear end and puling the Garage
under th. *y_f..l w ak. arrow, ail round the wheel.
blayd ouU United States lies In the Missis-
In aueb eaaaa ft to btt- to rvlr on a .
owattrin tbat baa won ... IIlppL basin. materU
than ...... .la favor Iron ore, the basic
on .1110'1'
T. E. DUNCANCANDIDATE ably Ita....... CM!>*... P.:Ut. A ..ltf. The territory of the Brltlst trom which Iron and steel armade PhO!18 120 :

1Ar': :=: p.oo4 n.urrrl Empire Includes about one-fifth is found in every State 1Jthe k1

FOR STATE ATTORNEYPaid of f the surface of the earth and union although not all depollitS Wrecker Servi,ce Day or Night ,

( Political Adv.) '11a population.tout one-fourth of the earth'i use i are suitable for commercla i



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Given By :Miss Hearing Jacob:: and David K: Williams FAVORITE '". .; I" .". ". d' ._: '.
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I 'ocietrJ ;i Miss. Gertrude leering I of Green renounced II r"- _..:!

Cove Springs gave an Interesting I RECIPES< --

'book review on "The Importance ---..."" .
I of Living' by LJn Yutang at the CARPENTERSrr
}I book club Tuesday night at the Fried Peanuts I

Mrs. Sewell la HostessAt : Methodist Choir lias SupperAt i, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wil I Mrs. W. B. Sewell served fried

son peanuts at a party recently and 1' / i
Party For Mrs. Langford State Farms with iI r .- rI
I In her Inimitable manner Miss since then has been beseiged
Mrs. W- B. Sewell was The members of the choir of the, { Heering told of Lin Yutang's phil- ',people asking for the recipe. So
when Methodist Church a covered of also I self defense she sent the recipe 3 OZ.SIZE/ STAG
at a bridge party recently :]I enjoyed osophy life. She broughtout j Mtn JXMU.APfp4RE0
I to us for publication, for whichwe I
she entertained for her houseguest dish supper Wednesday night the comparison between the
and the Americans well I are indeed grateful. Hair
Chinese as
home of Mr. Oil
Mrs. P. J. Langford of at 7:00: oclock at the
as the comparisons of other nations Shell three pounds of peanuts;
and Mrs S- E. Ritch at the State 1 ''I /
with the Chinese. Miss Heer pour boiling water over them and Men\ keep
Mrs. Sewell had her home at- Farm. ing noted the difference betweenthe slip off the skins; dry them on a NI your seal
with this
tractively decorated with Easter The borne was simply but effectively humor of the Chinese and the tea towell (preferably over night.) 2 5 C lpeela"' r P''*pared

lilies, roses, and gladioli for this decorated with arrangements Americans and read extracts fron> Fill small vessel two thirds full hair dressing. I. not MJclj.
occasion of mixed bouquets for the the book to illustrate her points. I of Wesson Oil or any other cook-

When the scores were totaled party. The lawn, where the guestsate Mrs. Wilson had her home artist ing oil and fry peanuts in a tea nor MAXIMUM COMBS IOClJl1t11/IJ
supper, was also decorated for tic ally decorated with enapdragot strainer until a golden brown.
at the end of the progressions of
tt the occasion Lights were strungIn and other Spring flowers for the Drain on brown paper and sprin-
bridge It was found that Mrs. T. '
an artistic manner and small kle with salt. Seal In fruit Jars.
T. Long had made high score. She
was presented with a garden set utility tables were placed at intervals present with the hosts to I' CUT RATES ON STANDARD

as a reward. Mrs. K. O. Duncan for the guests to be seat hear Miss Heerlng'a review were: I Mrs. L, D, Vining EntertainsIn
i ed. The was served buffet
Wall given a novelty gift for a con- supper The Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Caldwell, MERCHANDISEREXETTES
{ solation prize. style from one long table. A Mrs. J. H. Benson, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Honor of Mrs. LangfordMrs.
low bowl of flowers centered the I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young,
The honoree, Mrs. Langford, I P. J. of Frost-
buffet table. Langford SANITARY NAPKINS 2
Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vining Mrs. I __ ____ pkgs. for .23C:
of hose K"''' --- the for
was presented with a pair I proof was inspiration a
After supper the choir members W. B. Sewell, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter -: I FULL PINT WITCH HAZEL .. _
as a remembrance of this party. held their regular practice. Mrs T. T. Long, Mrs. H. B. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs I lovely party Thursday afternoonat ,------ --- .23e

Those. enjoying the afternoon Those present with Mr. and Mrs. McLendon, Mrs. Edward Burns have announced the marriage/ of Vining 3:00: entertained o'clock when at Mrs.bridge L. D.inher I FULL QUART WITCH HAZEL ___nn. .3e!)
with the hostess and honoree were: Retch were: Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. F. II David $1.00 WAMPOLES
their daughter Rosalind to honor. PREPARATION ..
Mrs. K G. Duncan, Mrs. D. P. McLendon Judge and Mrs. E. K Long, Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence and E Williams, fune 5 1037, In Tal- j I I I ----- 89c

Carpenter. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Perrymnn, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ben- Mrs. E. L. Matthews. ,' lahnssee | Artistic arrangements of Spring $1.00 AGAREX COMP. -------------____- S9c!)
- L D. Vining, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Jeanette Klnculd, Mrs. W. A. : I flowers were used in decorating
-- Williams of 25c FLIT SPRAY Half Pint _____________
Mrs la graduate .
Mrs.. 0 L. Eeasley, Mrs. C. f?. Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Retch Collection For Chinese 11 the Vinlng's home for this lovely .1ge!
Hoppe. and Mrs. Hilda Bell Mr. and Mrs A. A.. Jordan and the Florida State College for party. 50c FLIT SPRAY, Pint __ _
i -------------- .23c:
Bence Mrs F. H. Long Taken At W. M. S, Meeting iI Women and is a member of the After four progressions of;
I faculty of the Bradford County 75c FLIT SPRAY Quart ___
"Education and Evangelism" bridge, Mrs. E. L. Biggs was ------- ------- jgc

5 ----- was the subject of the meditation High School. awarded a box of dusting powder $1.00 PEPTONA TONIC __ _
-------------- Mc!)
7------ Mr. WIlliams is a son of Mrs for making the highest score. Mrs.
talk at the meeting Monday aft- I
ernoon of the Woman's Missionary W. B. Adkins, of Hawthorne. He Vining presented Mrs. Langfordwith 75c BAYER ASPIRIN, 100 Tablets ________ .3c: ;)

SUGAR 47c GREEN'S STORE Society of the Methodist Church, la a graduate of the University of a box of monogrammed stationery 25c KORDS ALCOHOL, Full Pint -_________ ,ijc)
Florida and is connected in busi-
and the subject was ably handledby as a memento of this oc-
ness with the Herff-Jones Company casion.A FULL PINT MILK MAGNESIA --_________ .27c
Mrs. L. C. Ray, assisted by
Cash & Carry Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. W. E, Mid- of Indianapolis, Ind game of bingo was played FULL QUART MILK MAGNESIA ___Un .39,.
f 3 TALL dleton, and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will be after the bridge game and Miss
SENNA LEAVES, 3-Oz. Pkg.________ _
at home to their friends here In -- xk.
Mina;' MunasHB. received a linen
The subject "Six-
MILK was
__ 18c Starke Fla.Flour program
ty Years In China" and Miss Olive Starke. ]handkerchief for winning the 50c KLEXZO DeLUXE TOOTH BRUSHES .:Mf!

r u I Ray told of the work of Miss ] game.At 50c MI\ 31 TOOTH PASTE 'I
InvitedA __ .;i!Ie'
I Rotary-Anns n.h
Lochie Rankin In China, beginning the conclusion of thegames
y 3UAK.VNTEED in 1878 and since then there fish barbecue at which members Mrs. Vining served a delicious 50c REXALL MAGNESIA TOOTH PASTE ?:)!jc)

[ 24 Ibs. 68c has been a long line of women I of the losing side in the Ro- salad course to her guests. 60c DREEN SHAMPOO (Both Styles) __ .lye!

workers in that field. Assistingon tary Club's attendance contest will Those enjoying the afternoon $1.23 POW-O-LIN .__ __ ___.h $1.1| !,
this program were Mrs. M. B. "pay off" the winners will be held with the hostess and the honoree
Herlong, who read of "The Minis- of $1.00 MELO-MALT COD LIVER OIL __ sc!)
Thursday night next week at were: Mrs. K. a. Duncan Mrs O.
MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c GRITS 10 lbs. 22c try of Healing;" Mrs. S. S. Dowl- Mr. and Mrs. W B. Mundy's log L. Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, FULL PINT BEEF WINE & IRON .S9cCOc
ing, who talked of the "Ministryof cabin on Santa Fe Lake. Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. D. A.Iontelth CALIFORNIA SYRUP FIGS _.. __ .Jic!)

Evangelism;" and Miss Amelia Rotary-Anns (the nickname for Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. 75c CASTORIA, Family Size ____ .. ,.GcNUNNALLY'S !)
Ray reviewed items from the Missionary wives of the club members) will H. B. McLendon, Mrs. Sinclair
Bulletin, which emphasized be invited. W. P. Smith was captain Peek Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. J. BENNE BRITTLE, Vac. pk., Lb. 19c

f R.icFANCY:: :; SIb s. 16 c' present'conditions In China. A of the winning team, and L. E.I!: Wilson, Miss\ Mlna Manassa, NUNNALLY'S PECAN BRITTLE, Lb._ .. JIc:!|
A leaflet entitled "A Call for China's A. Shepherd headed the losers. Mrs.: T. T. Long, Mrs. Elmo

Relief" was distributed and --- Struth, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. C.
Miss Olive Ray made a stirring Bi-County Federation Of IV. Knight, and Mrs. E L. Mat- The Rexall Drug Store Is Never Undersold
3 LOAVES appeal for this cause. A special, .hewa.
collection, which amounted to Women's Clubs To Meet _

OLEO, lb. 122c BREAD, __ h 25c $5.45. was taken and this will be The . ,.. .. ,
Federation "
sent to feed the Bl-County of Eagles use bits of green twigso Griii. .]'o'.i\I. \ .. : i!\ "
help starving peo- I Women's Clubs, comprising Lake t decorate the rim of their nests. !I'i, m 'ilcfi o .
ple of China. Butler, Worthington Springs, and When' the color fades, fresh twigs } 1 ,!. : I. ,!:.!f \\1 .;f. m t'.ij' f':1tfl;: ,. 1.r. r

BACON POUND I2lcCAN Mrs. W. A. FIschef, president Starke, will meet Monday at 2:30: ire, laid on.
of the Society, conducted the bus- o'clock In the club building, with -
iness meeting, Mrs. E K. Perry- the Starke club as hostess.

man acted as secretary and the Mrs. H. B. McLendon, vice pres-
't CAN JERSEY treasurer gave a good report of ident of the association, will
Charmer Coffee, lIe I)Corn Flakes, pkg. 6c the Society's finances. Circle side at the meeting. pre- Hints For Vacation ShoppingGOTHAM

Number One, with a finance com- Mrs. W. W. Newburn, of the
mittee composed of Mrs. Carrie Lake Butler club has charge of

PURE Ritch, Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, the program and she has announced
COFFEE GROUND, 9 Mrs. Charley E. Johns and Mrs. that a varied and interesting SHIRTS
IHH'ND C F II. Long, reported that the food program, will be given. GOTHAM GOLD

I sale on the court house grounds Hostesses for the afternoon will STRIPE
make $50.50 clear of all expenses, be: Mrs. J M. Brownlee, chairman.
I BULK and the total amount made by Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence, Mrs. L A.

Bananas, 4 Lbs., 15c 1, Vinegar, gallon, jsc this; committee_ ._during the past I Shepherd, Mrs. Lloyd Green, :Mrs. I Beautiful SilkStockings

month was a Jl.80.; I R. C. Buford, and Miss Evelyn
k There will be a zone meetingin ; Stump. I

NO..2 Jacksonville on Thursday, May:!'I .- i
TOMATOES STANDARDPACK 6c I the 27th, at Murray Hill Methodist : I Musical Soiree Enjoyed y WIDE VARIETY OFf
CAN Church and Mrs. Fischer j f SMART SUMMER'
Last Night I II
4 Thursday
urged as many as possible to attend SHADESA

HOUND this meeting. Arrangements I Mrs L A. Canova, chairman of

STEAK lb. 20c I Chuck Steak, lb 12/2 will be made for transportation I American Citizenship of the Wom FINE CRYSTAL
for those wishing to attend. an's Club and Mrs. J. H Benson
Circles will meet the first Mon chairman of Music, presented a CLEAR QUALITY
SWIFT'S JEWEL.LARD day in June which is the 6th. Cir musical soiree Thursday night at
cle Number One will meet with 8:00: o'clock in the club building. 1J 79c and $1.00 IN ALL LATEST STYLES

lb. lOc Mrs. A. Wood, and Circle Num- The large auditorium and sun AND PATTERNSSizes

ber Two with Mrs. L. S. Hutto. parlor effectively decorated witha 11 to 17

.. variety of Spring flowers madean
Dr. and Mrs. Caldwell Are attractive setting for the de- Going at $1.95LADIES
{ lightful program, which was as
it Coffee, Lb. can 25c]I Butter, 20c Entertained At Dinner Party follows:
I !
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Caldwellwere Lift Thine Eyes (Mendelssohn)

honored guests Wednesday Woman's Chorus, under the direction NEW SILKDRESSES WE SELL
G. NORTHERN night at 7:00: o'clock when the of Mrs. L. A. Canova. 1\11'11.1' i
BEANS K. E. PEAS 41 C members of the Presbyterian I E M. Davis accompanied the Si-En-Tiffeck Shoes

I BABY LIMAS Church, of which Dr. Caldwell Is Chorus at the piano.
pastor, entertained for them witha Seek Ye the Lord (J. V. Roberts '
surprise dinner party at the )-Woman's Chorus.
N home of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Youngon Piano duets-Spanish Dance, 100 OR MORE TO ) All Sizes and Widths at only
FEED DEPT.REAL Cherry St.Gardenias No. 1, (Moszkowskl\ ) and Hunga-
t rian Dance, No.7 Brahms SELECT FROM $5.00
petunias, and (nasturtiums ( )-
"BARGAINS" IN STARTING GROWING LAYING were employed in decor- Mrs. L. A Canova and Mrs. H- V.
: tt MASHES AND SCRATCH FEEDS, ARE THOSE WHICH GIVE ating the home for the dinner Knight.
I YOU TilE BEST RETURN: FOR 'TJIE PRICE YOU PAY RED party. Musical readings-The Patch SIZES 14 TO 50 Jarmen "Friendly Five"SHOE I

S' ROSE IS CHEAP AT ANY PRICE BECAUSE THEY COSTLESS The guests were seated at small work Quilt and Mammy's Little

J I IN TERMS OF RESULTS. utility tables placed in the large Soldier Gal (Natalie Whited !
living roms. Each table was centered Price)- Harriet Benson, accompanied $1.98 to $4.95 I
YELLOW WESTERN- BAG RED ROSEBAG with a small bowl of nas- at the piano by her mother I

Corn, $1.65 Growing Mash $2.37 living rooms. Each table was cen- Mrs. J. H. Benson. I
Mr. R. F. Clark in an Impromptu Violin solos Gavotte (Bach

1 L.NC.STEItB.O RED ROSEBAG speech praised Dr. Caldwell for Kreisler). Hebrew Lullaby Ach-(
Scratch Feed, $1.83 the splendid work he has accom- ron-Auer). and Andante from

t RED ROSEBAG Laying Mash $2.40 plished In the short time he has Concerto in E. Minor (Mendelssohn -

Starting Mash $2.58 been pastor of the local Church.I )-Miss Alice Fernandez, ac THE NEWEST THINGS IN
I>PENSY BAG Several other Informal speecheswere companied at the piano by Mrs. N

BAG Laying Mash $2.15BAG also made. Canova. BATHING SUITSFOR l
Oats, $1.69 Those enjoying the evening with I Popular songs-Harry Weatherby -

Dr.. and Mrs. Caldwell and Mr. and of Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. ,
BAG 'aHti, ;
Mrs. Young wereMr.: and Mrs. E. Weatherby was accompanied at

Oyster.. Shell .60c Peanut Meal, $1.65 M. Davis, Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. the piano by Mrs. Ethel Biggs. MEN, WOMEN CHILDRENPRICED
EVa Fernandez, Mary Alice and The Lotus Flower (Schumann
Fay Yarborough, Mr. and Mrs. C. Fischer), Forget-Me-Not (Carl AT
A. Knight Mrs. S. Brownlee, Hohn), and Mammy's Lullaby STYLE AND LONG WEAR

Agent For tlrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. O. E. (Dvorak-Spross-Woman's) Chorus .98c to $3.95 At
only $5.00
Unnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. directed by Mrs. Canova and

Ward, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, accompanied by Mrs. Davis.
Jr.. and Mrs. Roy Mathews, Miss After the program the guests
Martha Mathews, Mrs. W. A. Don were Invited into the sun parlor
; Trade at Alexander & Co. the
ham, Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss for refreshments of punch and Friendly Store where satisfactionis
Jean Davis, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. wafers.
Better QualityGet Clark Merton Clark, and Mr. and The punch table was lace coy Guaranteed and Service rendered with a smile

Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. ered and was centered by the

Our Low Prices Before Buying Birds of the finch. family are were large punch arranged bowl.around Dainty the flowers bowl ALEXANDER & CO.b..l.

seed eaters, and of great value to and plate. of wafers were placedat .
farmers of many countries. either end of the table.

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r MIM her A.home ToiTuelia after has returnedto MihH, Loral Bennett who "spent' Wins Washington Trip //. .1. Durden Honored I Charles Howard; Barker, of Spokane : j ;
spending several I the wmter henwli It tier" cousins! Waxh, engraved the Lord's I .
weeks in New Yoi k City with :Mi and Mrs. C A Knight left --. _. I lUibeit 1 A. Uurden of Savannah, prayer In twelve lines on the head !s' JI I'I ,
of relatives. I i.iii of Mr and Mrs A A. Dur-,j
Bits recently for Ellljiiy G\ to spendthe of an ordinary pin. I i'' ;j""
..--- | summer with her, parents Mr -
-- --- -- ---
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I and Mrs F. H. Bennett. 'purulent" of the Engineers Club, ,I I''I'I',' I I"
spent Wednesday and i' ___.....-___ I an organization\ formed among em- VOTE roil : 1 I Ih:: I II"
I I cal Nevi9 Jdcknonvilla as guests Thursday of Mr. and In'j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee I |"in>yi-a of the Georgia; state high- I'

Mrs. Jack Briggs. were In Gainesville Tuesday evening -I Division.way department in the sixth Judge Elwyn Thomas I I '; !: :: i }

-- visiting Mrs. John Milton t For Supreme Court i '
--- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand Brownlee and baby. Mr. Brownlee I Thanks for Your Support I
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Miss Wilma Alexander were Is away from Gainesville just The official language of Brazil, '' (Paid Political Adv.) I. :j : 1I
'Visiting friends in Keystone now attending to business\ In Ala- South America, Is Portuguese. I 111"! ",
bama. f I: "
Heights, Sunday.

L-- ------I Mrs. O. W. White. Mr. and Mrs. ''Friends of Miss Uiclle Mitchellwill BOREE FUNERAL HOME
and Mrs. W. A. Finch- Mr. and Mrs. P. M- Barefoot be Full lino of Caakoto A Undertakers .
i L. C. Ray, Misses Etholin and glad to learn that she Is Supplies ;y
I dent Tuesday In Jacksonville. spent Sunday at Sanderson with Carol White were visitors In Jacksonville improving after undergoing a ton I '.4 AMBULANCE! SKRVIOB 1f
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot. in Jacksonville
sllectomy Tuesda
53 PUON 53
I returned from Miss Mitchell
has morning. was accompanied -
Thomas .
W L O. IL BENNETT. Mrr. ill + '
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand I
1 want City where he spent several Miss Madge Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson, to Jacksonville( by Mr* HOME-LIKE_ INSTITUTION" I.
1 spent
with relatives. Miss Rosa Mae Rowe, and Charles L. A. Davis. G t+,
Monday afternoon in Pal atka.
Burton spent Monday in Avrber ;; .'- I uwwwwuwuwweuuuwuuwuaninwuMUwwnwinwww-ipurnaewe-wpwmmmanxnw. .. ... .. ,,
Mrs. N. D. Sr. and aMlsB '' '' '' ''''mm-nwnamnwnn-wnimnwwn"ma'''''' ''' + J'
Wainwrlght ,
and with friends and relatives. Evelyn Kaylor. a Senior at'
R. L. Thomas
Mr and I Lacy Silcox spent Friday aft Meade, is the guest of her Central High School, Chattanooga,
par.cats. in St.
Mrs Monday Augustine. They I
Dv and Mrs. S.
Bryant Carroll
|moon in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs.A. and small daughter, of Jackson were accompanied home( by Mrs. Tenn.. won the Tennessee state I Pull t&Mi Twin Studio Couch :'
D T. Clark of Miami, will in the contest held for
ville, who prize essay
were guests Sunday of Mrs.Carroll's
L. A. Johns, of
and Mrs. E. Wall, of Jacksonville, I hySIM ;
Mr( visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. "
for Miami mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. "Air Mall Week. This Is the second I
I Hampton. left last spent the week-end here as the D. Wainwright, Sr for a few
Mr. Johns has been appointed contest sne bas won this year
where guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall.Mr. days. I ,
i foreman of the Seaboard -- W. C- Bennett, of Cocoanut taking first place In the Gorans f I.
Grove, arrived Sunday for a week's Memorial contest. The
yard. Their Essay
I Line Railway and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman,
I Air Is S56 N. W. 22ndSt visit with his brother and sister- The Rev. Laurie C. Ray, of prize for the air mall content ia around ':
address of Clearwater, last
Miami were guests in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bennett Jacksonville, was here Saturday trip ticket to Washington, I I
week of Mr. end Mrs. W. L. Wall. +
afternoon visiting hit parents, Mr. D. C., where at banquet the national -:
I and Mrs. C. L. Ray, and aunts winner will be announced. ,
tT1VOI Mrs E. E. Canova and J. J. Mr and Mrs. Mack Bishop; and I :Mrs. J. W. White Misses Olive I
[Nr Canova, of Gainesville, visit-
were sons, and Miss Catherine Barnes, and Amelia Ray. The Rev. Mr. r
ing relatives in Tallahassee, Sun- at REV. E. M. ROOKS : I ; +' i111 -
all of Jacksonville spent Sundayat Ray was one of the speakers I lu
COLUMN day. Kingsley Lake with J. H. Kick the Adult Conference on Friday DIES TUESDAYFORMER r rHART
liter. and Saturday at Camp Immoka- I
Mrs. D. E. Knight and her sister lee. STARKE PASTOR I
FOR RENT Near business center Mrs. Charles Larsen, of Lake- Stanley Bennett spent several HAS SUDDEN HEART ,
of Starke modern furnished and land, spent Monday in Jackson- days the first of the week in Jack- The following people from, here ATTACKThe
unfurnished apartments, also an ville. sonville, with his brother-in-law attended funeral services for the
house. Write Mrs. W. Rev. E. M. Rooks, former !
unfurnished and sister, Mr and Mrs. Randolph Rev. E. M. Roks In Alachua yes-
H Nollman, Sebring, Fla- It Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward left Boree. terday: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, pastor of the Methodist Church In I
Mrs. and Mrs. E. K. the Starke, died Tuesday afternoon in | I FURNITURE CO. k i''
: RoOM bungalow, good condition Thursday for a ten days' visit in Ferryman
iCE- : I
'd-MP; the home of relatives In
Corner lot 100x108, well Orlando, Plant City, Lakeland, and Mr. M Barefoot; and Rev. E.f.. Rooks In Alachua yes- Bonifuy | ,
Priced to sell. Wilson Tampa. Misses Juanita and Sara Barefoot W. E. Middleton, Mrs. T. J. Griffin He was sixty-one years of age I ,
Realty located Co 4-15-3t spent several days of this weekat I Mrs. Carrie Ritch. N. T Ritch, At the time of his death Mr /| I FLORIDA+ ,1 I Inmmunmenaiwuwomonieunuiunnemninnnaahmuaeiweiaieuenewannnmu
Mrs. C. W. Beasley and children the Klckliter cottage on Kings- Mr nnd Mrs L. C Ray end Mrs. Rooks was serving as pastor of
J10 REWARD--For return of yellou of Gainesville, were here Sunday ley Lake. J W. White.-- the Edgewood Methodist Church I !'! !"!!!!!!!!! ",,,,,i,', ''' "'['!!!)!'! )!'! !'!!'!"!!>' I! uaunrr'" m ""I,i '?" nnn,,, E
mule from In Tampa He served the Staike ;' {
straying my
she visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ----- ------
plD near Maxville. Last seen J. C. Manning. Carl Stroman who has been !Mrs O L Eeahley, Mrs. C. C. church for four years beginning'In t
abnu miles N. of Starke on E. hero visiting at the home of his Hoppe, Mrs. Harry B. Roberts of 1025::>> during which time he became i
ild.. ,nt tallroadNotify Preston Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray and sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowllng, returned Tampa Mrs C. W Chalker, Mrs endeared to many friends !I IMr
John Route One Box 34, Max- family were week-end guests of Saturday to his home In Tal- Sinclair Peek, Mrs W B. Sewell. Rooks died of a sudden. o tOME
ville Fla Itp Mr. Gray mother Mrs. W. J. lahassee. Mrs. P. J. Langford. of Frostproof, heart' attack while stopping with | ONI u s'.
Gray, In Hinson. Mrs. Ethel Biggs. Mrs. N. Stern- relatives on his way to Penaucolu n '
FOR SALE Flowers for every Mrs. Charles Larson, who has berg Miss Mina Managua, Miss The body was carried to the home i I ;

occasion attractively arranged, Mr and M.... James Godbold been the guest of Col. and Airs. D. Lillian Sternberg. and Miss Evelyn of his son, Murrah Rooks, in IN.Ie7iif4 H1..
and reasonably priced. Mrs. N. D. and son, James, of Jacksonville, E. Knight for the past week, returned Stump attended the benefit bridge Alachua, where funeral services I I
Phone 102, Starke,
Wainwright the Junior were held Thursday afternoon, and
were here Monday visiting Mrs. Wednesday to her home In party sponsored by
I Iit
Fit tf interment followed in the New-
Lakeland. In Gainesville Friday aft II
W. S. Stroman and Mrs. S. S. .
RAWLEIGH Route now open. Real ,Dowling. They were accompaniedback --- ernoon. nansvllle Cemetery.Mr.
opportunity for man who wantspermanent to Jacksonville by Miss Net- Misses Ruby and Freddie Mae Rooks Is survived by his :r' ,
profitable work. Start tie Dowling who will spend sometime Williams, of Rlnggold Ga., are Four-fifths of Afghanistan's widow; three sons, John James I ;
promptly Write Rawlelgh's, Dept. there with Her aunt, Mrs. .guests of their brother-in-law and 245,000 square miles are unproductive Rooks of Durham, N. C-; Murrah 'i
RAE-223-K, Memphis, Tenn. ,James Godbold. .1 sister, the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Rooks, of Alachua; and Marvin
-.....-------------.-- Shepherd. .-- Rooks of Tampa; also one daughter -
The Congo river of Africa is Rebecca Rocjks, and two sisters TIP TOP GROCERYSPECIALS
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter, I said to pour more water In the Mrs. Lee Dunnaway, of Mo- ""Hir'D'
Marjorie arrived yesterday to ocean than does their Mississippi lino, and Mrs. C. M. Bush, of Chip-
:\1UlY81ln Experience Makes it Possible for Me to Render i'
spend a few days with Mrs. DeSha's river. ley.
MODERATE PRICES parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyhad SUGAR lOLbs. 47c

WITT C. JONES as their guests Sunday, Mr. i
Starke, Florida and Mrs. Page Plnnell and Mr. TODAY'S MOST IMPORTANT IT* DOZEN -- ., y
Dnr ph. 1 MBht ph. 1.1::$ and Mrs. Harold Gertner, all of I egargal 20c

Gainesville.Mrs. WOMAN Jars:TS8Se },

John H. Hoffman and Miss
: Etta Hoffman, of Apalachlcola,
1 Now i..* that awful" season of are guests of Mrs. Hoffman's son- 25d Rubbers
spring colds. and everybody you in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "THE ,
$ see either liiii one, 1 IH tnkin' one, IL. A. Gray. BRIDE"I I i i '
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12 or Just gettln' over one. When a UIIITE ,. ;
to' lady cornea Into the store now and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. E Tomatoes LARD"Lb. 1''
asks the price of an article will I S. Matthews Mrs. J. F. Colley, Let us help select an appropriate gift: I :i I.
any "nldo dollars and lety-nldo. and Mrs. E L. Matthews were the BACON '
y "Nit,," she looks at me like she guests Wednesday of Mrs. W. G. NO. 2 Size Can '
thinks I'm trying to talk baby Halle in Hastings

talk. ICs pretty hard to keep ----- SUGGESTIONSFIESTA jb1 14c 5c each lOc
Miilllii' when you lime it "code Id Mrs. Fay Gill Miss dance Gill
thn head" but let's keep tryin'. \' end Tommy GUI were (guests Friday I
grouch never got Anybody any of Mrs. Gill's son-in-law and POTTERY a .,
wh..reet.. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. CHEESE Lb. 17 is PACKAGES e ,

Doyle, -in-Jacksonville- WHITE METAL WARE | acaroni i, lOc

Miss Lillian Stump spent Thurs- ANTIQUE GLASSWARE -- --- ---
day In Tallahassee as the guest of 3 small lOc
,Gar t ; her sister. Miss Marjorie Stump MILK '
3 tall
20c .
who is a student at the Florida ,
State College For Women. -- -- ----- .
to toh 1
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E.
1C Perryman spent Thursday in
Jacksonville attending a meetingof For your everyday needs we feature: 2 pkgs

the Second Brigade, United
r< Daughters of the Confederacy. RICE

Dr. and Mrs. C. Mendoza and Lux Soap

mall son. Clifford, and Miss BERKSHIRE HOSIERY
Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, were Lbs. 16c '
3 for 25c
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. PLAYSUITS FROM CALIFORNIAAND 3 bars 20c ''i,, ,,
J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. I .
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Mrs. A. F. Sauls left wedneSday'' NO800 CANARGOPEAS,10clpINEAPPLE.
I | ;(
for Los Angeles; California, an
extended visit with her son-in-law I I 14cCORNFLAKESKeIloggs,3pkgl6f 4F r4 a

/--r-e-t-c-h Top and daughter Mr and Mrs. J. W. i GIFTS OF DISTINCTION ,
Prather and Miss Louise Snyder.
a 'There's for free CHILDREN'S CLOTHES THAT
h room I
: ACTION in these grand Mrs. N. T. Green, accompaniedby ARE DIFFERENT II .
Mrs. H. C Wimberly, Miss
/; Holeproof stocking), Especially Ethel Ricks, and Carson Grlffla, I *. *.- > TIP TOP VACUUM a
styled for those of Highland, spent Sunday in'I I

/-y women more stretch who than like stockings a little WimberlY Nichols with, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION F 1fi1. 25e l E. Lb. 20c

usually give. Practical Elise Green has returned home DIUED FRUITS!

economical because after a two week's visit in Mayo s FOR APPLES OR Lit. '

"Stretch Top" lessens knee with relatives. She was accompanied *
strain : : ; hence lengthens t. home by her grandmother Giant P G, 13c Peaches, 12c c
Mrs. L. A. Dees, who Is spending
wear. In chiffon or light several days here.

service weight at CLAR JEAN SHOPPE 1-4] Lb. PARKWAY TEA 19c.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the I
home of Mr W. N. Johnson Fri- GLASS FREE
::79c&$1It lay afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. There STARKE'S MODERN STORE FEATURING MODERN
vlll be a white ribbon recruit service I
for children under six years MERCHANDISE AT MODERATE PRICES FLOUR Silver King.!! 24 Lbs. 69c
of age. Mothers desiring to sign ,
he pledge that they will teach
Pay to Buy atSTERNBERG'S heir children total abstinence wine I PHONE 97 CAB CONCORD QT. CAMP'S, 1 1>. t-.4 For t '

r Mrs. R- L. Kemp before the 25eWI &
icetlng. All members are urged Grape' Beans 25c

t o come and wear their white ribbons -

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.\DFORD COUNTY TELEOK.\PH, STARKE, FLORID* _! UD.1'1.: .\\ !fI .Ifl....

Week's Training For r A Hohenzollern Weds A Romanoff lies and the famlll IIf( 'I =
: will be aided on th.,it' ''I.I i ,
I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES 4-H Girls and Boys trlbutlons made by th,,", r
Set For Early June '

OF INTEREST, TO RK.VnrOItD GROWERS More than ten mini/ '
I 'I little I'ed flowers c
GAINESVILLE. Annual short' of 1'1'11I"1." ,", ': l"

courses for Florida 4-H club boys have been made- by (] -,, ,/, : '''',
--1 and will the erans, who have been ,
: girls convene during \I 'king
RURAL Hints To Housewives weeks of May 30 and June 6. Some I for months in sixty-five "'' rn.
300 boys are expected to gather at I w hospitals and In P<"pN',' "" 'k.

) COMMON :: vSEFARIER Wf'4'kly from Jlome Demonstration the University of Florida May 30 1 I rooms maintained by ''h,,. An:'r.

Specialist, Tallahassee while between 550 end 600 girls Ican Legion Auxiliary 'i 1'1.I'I'k, '

By SPUDS will assemble at the State Collegefor has provided employm.nt ,?,

Women June 4-11. r 5f1 many hundreds of men u,, 1
IS THINKING SOME! "BUGS" AID GARDENER ing little or no governm, '!'
The entire week in each case .
OF BETTER The wise home gardener recog- ,' pensatlon, who
IN TERMS : could hJv
her insect will be devoted to courses of instruction ,, ,
nizes and encourages -
found or !
METHODS OF BUSINESS friends for some of the insects and recreation, trainingthe performed other n" .

commonly found on garden plantsare boys and girls for better farm p'e -t C They are the only persons in ,tbe

"The farmer Is becoming con- of great help In destroying Insects and home life and more useful cit- \ their poppy efforts.program who are pal i for

cerned not so much with the num- that are pests. Izenship. Various contests will )

ber of bales of cotton or bushels of conclude at the short courses and The Auxiliary women,
familiar small red or orange Who
corn that his land will produce beetle with black spots on outstanding members for the yearIn : will distribute the flowers
but with the dollar value of his different lines of work will be : % Poppy Day will work on
Its back, called the "ladybeetle" or ; an unpaid
crop," says Virgil E. Hobby.. In j ,' ,ii.KirH .la nn.. of the most help1 1 chosen. volunteers. Every penn of n,.
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Agriculturist. "The farmer -I l'---ful! of all insects. because it eats R. W. Blacklock, state boys' clut I money given to them forth pOD:
still loves the soil and the Independent -, aphids that attack agent, will be in charge of th. DOORN HOUSE, NETHERLANDS.-Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm is shown chatting with the bride of his pies will go Into Legion

mode of life that goes I tbe plant lice or Ladybee- training for boys while they art;t grand-son. Prince Louis Ferdinand, left after the couple had been united in a third ceremony at Doom and relief funds where it welfare
but the depressionhe so many garden plants. House This ceremony, in accordance with German Protestant rites was to gratify the former ruler's win do
with It during
oth- in Gainesville. He will be assisted effective work for
also eat the eggs of many desire to see his needy vet,-
ties grandson married. Two previous wedding ceremonies civil and Orthodox Church, bad rans
became truly dollar conscous. er injurious Insects. Entomologists by other members of the Ex: taken place at Potsdam, Germany. The bride Is the former Grand Duchess Kyra, a Romanoff. and their families during th, <')at-
And with this new consciousnessSouthern tension Service Experiment Station Ing The total .
find that an adult ladybeetle requires year. of th,' ,"?.
he became truly dollar conscious. --------------- ,
I a dally ration of fifty to College of Agriculture, and I trlbutlons Is expected to <-xui(|
have long since learned that he of Florida athletic of., million
needs almost above everythingelse eighty plant lice Mistaken gardeners flclals.University SHARE YOUR VACATION "Poppy Day"To one dollars.
sometimes supposed .
I have --
a competent business agent." I that these small beetles were the MUs Mary E. Keown, state I WITH A HOMELESS CHILD Be ObservedPoppy The constitutions of
The county agent, to a large extent Pelcltm
I parents of aphids or plant lice home demonstration agent, and -- and Sweden bar
become a business agentfor fiom
has 'he
rather than their enemies. her staff will direct the course for How about your giving a vacation good farm homes, much to the delight throne.

the farmers of his county. insect that feeds on girls at Tallahassee, with assist- : home to a fine homeless or of the children."Daddy" Day will be observed In
Another ,
Hobby says largely as a result of I slugllke maggot ance from the State College for orphan boy or girl this summer? Starke on Saturday, May 28, for +---- -
the depression and the Agricultural aphids Is a green Fagg hopes to placeat the flist time in Four hundred fifteen ,
Scores of homeless several ,
often Women. Around 20 former 4-H orphan and years 11,0
half Inch long, least 150
an and in
boys girls
Act. For the future -I about vacation -
Adjustment marked with whitish stripes. girls now In college will remain destitute boys and girls from six homes this summer and will it was announced this week lost in the Dayton flood ofi: ch
hi !sons tho county agent These maggots also are often seen over for the week and participateIn to sixteen years of age, under the gladly furnish information to all Throughout/ the nation on this 31, 1913.
scientific aids
ing greater use plants directing the training. care of The Children's Home Society day A met'lea's World War dead -.-.-
of aphids on families
who will
but with social-economic in the company drop a letter '-
in mind. a purpose because they are feeding on these Boys and girls to attend the of Florida, are pleading dally to 40 Buckmnn Building, Jacksonville will be honored by people wearing Several of the parll mu M,:

I pests The small yellow black- short courses will represent the with "Daddy" Marcus C. Fagg, the Fin.Homes the red poppies. visions of Scotland 'n', ".

One benefit accruing to farmer banded syrphus fly is the adult of 14,000 enrolled In work directed by State Superintendent of the Home America's living war victims, that it requires a fortmirln/ t
are particularly desiredfor
through the Agricultural Adjustment worms county and home demonstration Society to find some good family the disabled veterans, their fami thorn.
I these helpful green ..._ _,_ _. .,,. ... .... older boys and girls from four-
_.n.n anti____ Sail_n_ Conservation acts dli"" .n..... .'n.. ...g "V"M"tLVfl, as4' VT 4S&:II MV that will take them out of the Soiety's -
: Still other helpful Insects are teen to sixteen where
not often considered Is pointed out years they
winners in various lines of endeavor Receiving Homes for the -
the 'Iter, Government aid extended -ground beetles, lace-wing flies, and can be taught how to earn their ,
by wi I or projects which they have summer, and give them a real Vacation '
through these acts has I tnchlna flIes which do much to cut conducted luring the past year on In exchange for whatever own way In life, but where they PURE. .
I down the number of insects that will be accepted as members of the
about closer-knit working
brought little services.
their own farms and in their own they can render.
I[ feed plants In the garden. family-and where it will be
organizations of farmers and bids ( upon Last remembered -
I homes. Expenses of their trips your many fine big hearted EVERYBOTTLESTERILIZED'I
fair to give them a form of coop- 4.Hydroponics will be paid by boards of county families all over Florida, took that they are children,
I not adults, and where too much
eratlvi organization, through their ] .iut
commissioners, school boards, business i line or more of the Society's homeless -
county community and other committees :'I Method firms and Individuals. children, as soon as the public will not be demanded of them. \

Cooperation, which has As Farming -- ----.. schools closed in May and June The Home Society will furnisha

been pn! itched from the housetops For General Crops Wilt Disease Appears and kept them for the whole sum- good supply of clothing, but the \ I ::: \' 7 / tJ tJI

for years ieenm moro likely to be mer. Some of these families took expense of having the child sent \ I t ::

r.:ullzeU as a result GAINESVILLE Hydroponics, This Year In Florida the children to the mountains with and returned, Is asked of the families il--, .

With changing economic and I,I lor "tank farming, hailed by many Bright Tobacco Field I them, others to beaches others to who offer vacation homes I'' '

social conditions, problems confronting -I I -- -- -- __ ,
: non-Informed persons as "some- ----I ._,.... ... '
the nation generally and I thing new" in agriculture during New President the envy of all that partake of it.I I : -
GAINESVILLE -Granville wilt, II
have altered.
farmers in particular, tho past few years, is based on I The May Progressive Farmer re- I
a destructive disease of tobacco.
Time was, and not so long ago principles at least seventy-five veals how she makes It
I II e, as follows:
has been found In tobacco field
when the prnclpa need of the farmer -I years old and la all right for the a ,7:5:,D'Vt :,t ," SPOON CORNBREADThree
near Branford in Suwannee Coun- -
was the use of improved< seeds amateur "farmer" who cares to milk
I ty, it Is reported by Dr. W. B. ,,. cups
and cultural Q
and varieties, fertilizers try it as a hobby on a small scale, f Three eggs
practices, so that he could I Tisdale, plant pathologist with the 4't- .
but it Is Impractical for commercial .d One cup cornmeal
grow two blades of grass where State Agricultural Experiment (;"
crop production under most .. One tablespoon butter
only one grew before. This has conditions Station. Infected specimens were Three
brought to the station for Identifi- teaspoons baking powderOne
been largely accomplished, however -I "In other words" Dr. WilI teaspoon salt
says wd''
cation by R. F. Hosford, teacher
and the of
now marketing I Stir meal into two ,
mon Newell director of the State of vocational agriculture at Bran- cups milk
these two blades of ranks
grass I Experiment Station "tank farmIng Let it come to a boll making a
first as a problem. ford.The mush Add remainder of .
will never take the place of mlk well- I
If adjustment and conservation soil cultivation for the general pro- germ or bacterium causing beaten eggs, salt baking powder, 'cTH

programs. do nothing more than duction of crops on a commercialscale. the disease is widely distributedin and melted butter. Bake in medium HANDY .Nothing you eat ot drink is brought
the Unted States and most other
bring a social consciousness to farmers ." oven about thirty minutes, or until FAMILY PACKACf you with purity more carefully] guarded

as a group, and get them In A report In 1930 by two California -: tries temperate, Dr. Tisdale and torrid says. zone In coun-the done. Serve in pan In whichit than Coca-Cola..in sterilized bottloc,
the habit of
working together, is baked. An earthenware bak-
workers on their trials with South Atlantic and Gulf states the (filled Dd sealed bY4ulomal1cmach111...
j they are Important lasting contributions ........"I._.. .n...nl..,,a d n..l ...a..II.....,.1i. _.n.vu.-,,_ I ing pan Is best for this bread. t
to rural welfare. And they Bacterium causes serious damage Ice-cold Coca-Cola is pure refr.shrnenL..pur.aa.unflghf -
ous publicity caused thousands of
to white potatoes, tomatoes, -
have set the farmer the peppers
may on in the
Buy it
would-be farmers In skyscraper Nearly 17,000,000 tons of
and eggplants. It attacks ship-
road which leads to better business ,
management closer cooperation apartments, In crowded tenement also soybeans, velvet beans cro- irrn'( ping are handled annually by the bandy 6-box.
sections, and even in sections principal of the Rhine river :
lima beans sweet
more Income, more leisure time peanuts, ICIOLD COCAOLA IS IVIKY PLACI til..
where there Is soil for I
crop ---- --
and of --
potatoes many species / .
and a fuller life which he and his H"
production to the
get erroneous .
family so richly deserve. weeds. Ventilation of their nomes Is acquired -I
Idea that they could raise vege- The disease is spread through by bees through fanning I
tables for the family table by sim- drainage waters. Infected "..lft ....n" Coca Cola Bottling Co.
plants, '
The Turks have gone In for college ply planting seed or plants in a on the feet of man and animal, and PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Bess I : :::"'::"a' PHONE: 1 STARKE tLA.

crew racing In a big way small tank or tray on the windowsill on tools used In cultivating. It Duncan Wells of Portland, Oregon -

scouting American colleges for or In the basement, using a causes the leaves of Infected to- I was elected national presi-

ideas. solution of mineral salts for "soil." I bacco plants to wilt and turn yellow dent of the Gold Star Mothers at

Some of these amateurs even pre- and then brown and usually their national convention In the

| If Excess Acid cautes dicted the end of farming as It ii In a very short time the plants I Walton Hotel here last week. She

FREE I you pain*Stomach practiced today and the future die. If an Infected stalk Is cut a I succeeds Mrs. Horace B. Blake,

uicere Indigestion production of crops in solutions. dirty white sticky slime oozes out of Philadelphia. The 'War Moth-

Bloating Ca.,Heartburn Belching, Along with agricultural researchmen of the cut end after a few minutes. ers' hit 'Isms' as they urged in a

Nausea In many other states, Florida Discolored roots and black stripeson resolution passed that aliens
get a Free ample of UDGA !
Experiment Station workers have the stems and midribs other
and a /re interesting booklet atCARPENTER'S are swearing allegiance to a foreign
received scores or requests duringthe Identifying marks, country's dictatorship be deported.

past two years for informationon In areas where it attacks tabacco BUU.DEROf

how to go about the business of Granville or bacterial wilt usu- MRS. GARNER'S SPOONCORNBREAD lARGEST

I farming in a tank or tray and ally becomes noticeable two to

; what were the possibilities for a four weeks after the plants are set WORlDS
Mrs John N. Garner, of Texas,
TT TT.TI"tl ""rOD."' These. reaueata Htill cnme and continues to develon durlne*
Du,1INrdDIRECTORY;: .::>;:) 1.1: 'but then staton-workers, after the season, Its progress' is-more wife of the Vice President, guardsher BUilDING
husband's health as carefully
writing many long letters about rapid during hot weather. SIXES
as she does his political domain.
( the matter, are now prepared to Dr. Tisdale says there is no specific
In the dual of wife and
.. -. .. handle them expeditiously by and highly effective methodof
secretary she has had a corner of
DRINK sending out a mimeographed state controlling Grnnville wilt The ......
her office in the Vice President's
n ment on the subject This statement bacteria live In the soil and attack SUPREME

Dr. Newell explained. Is a internal parts of the plant. Shal- quarters curtained off and quick
lunch Installed. On S\X\
copy of a recent release by the low cultivation to avoid root injury !
her! routine memorandum 1"1
@tyfJIn California Experiment Station, will, to some extent, prevent Infection may
be seen such notes as: "Lunch for
which has received thousands of of additional plants. At
Jack at 1 o'clock
a promptly":
similar requests, and Is being used the same time, however, cultiva- .4

&i3 Sterilized Bottle by the Florida station by permission tion spreads the bacteria to other "Send minutes a before messenger lunch.for" Jack ten

Tho Fauna That Refreshes of the authors. parts of the field and care
... Some of the points In the statement should be exercised to prevent this. Mrs. Garner's spoon cornbread Is

WE ARC as brought out by Dr. New- Tobacco should not be planted

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS ell, Include the following: on land that receives drainage wa- I VOTE FOR

. For seventy-five years, plant ters from Infested land, Dr Tis- ;

jhysiologlsts have used solution I dale cautions. A rotation in which i I Judge Elwyn Thomas

\ CARPENTER'S culture as a laboratory method of tobacco Is 'grown on a field only For !Supreme Court

: TilE REXALL STORE determining factors affecting once In three to five years is suggested Thanks for Your Support

plant growth and the natural laws During the interveningyears
(Paid Political Adv.
corn, cotton
by which growth Is governed oats or some

FAIDI% A LiKE FRONTAGE: Some plants grown in this manner other resistant crop should be i, .
have attained unusual height grown on the land. Plant beds
; U\ROL1) II. LAWRENCE should never be made on lowlands 'I
and have produced unusual cropsof __ __
I Iltflmttrr neal Entitle Broker fruit, but plants grown in soil as subject to overflow with drainage i I -e'i

rich in plant nutrients as the tank water from any source, Dr. Tisdale PERFECTED

r KEYSTO\H; linjOIITJ.- FLA. solution have also attained unusual concludes. Mora than 3 out of every 5 motor car buyers today are HYDRAUliC BRAKES

and have .
produced large
; .t.: crops. Generally, tank-grown With Its 4.380,000 books the /Z choosing sixes. And, of course, the most popular! six of all 85-H.P. VALVMN-HEAD
Denmark '" plants that grew to unusual height British museum Is the fifth largest Is this new Chevrolet the Six ENGINE
library In the world. Discriminating
Furniture Co. \ and produced relatively large symbol of QUALITY KNEE-ACTION
crops took a much longer periodto people prefer It because of its high GENUINE
i We Are' Receiving NewStock quality because
do this than the same plants ticularly when they are out of in BEERanJALEeveryday AU-JTKl BODIES
Every I)",". Be Sure to of its value AU-SIUNT
in fertile soil. great because It's the
See It Before You Bay. grown season. In localities where good only low-priced

--._- -,- -, Following the California work- soil is not available, or when it is with all these fine car features! SHOCKPROOf STIllING'car
FURNITURE era' report In 1936, many firms be- too expensive to maintain favora- T1PTOI-MATIC CLUTCH

BUILDING AND) REPAIRING gan selling plant salts for solution ble seedbed conditions. They do /

A SPECIVLTY and some of these firms made Unscrupulous not include large scale outdoor "You'll be AHEAD with .On *S.il.r 5.texe meeWi tuly-

claim'.for their products production of crops for general a CHEVROLET -_ _ _

Novell., Painting Lawn purpose. because of the expense

! Furniture and Ornaments Tank farming's possibilities under of large tanks, chemlcah! and oth- q4Uv TORODE

I certain limited conditions. Include er equipment, and the need of a CHEVROLT CO.

n EDDY UAnT I\N'S NOVELTY I I production of some high- ,thorough knowledge of plant phy SOvn!$ AN 1UWlN6Cd.

SHOP priced plants in greenhouses par-' siology. Wo4''OIUOA __ __ __ __ __ __


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fRJf\1 --- .'- -- I afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Will Barwlck, Willie Jones, and 't'. ill
hit him,
1- I didn't '
1 Stf.VVrJJOOtf FAR Paul assure said.you J. M Rosier, at Woodlawn Mrs M L. Maynard. 'I't 'F '

Sirs. Flojd 1C. Crosby, Cor. AYAJKAT OXFO facts Indicate that you did Mrs, Maggie Forgythe and Mrs. Meads, widely known as ii.\' h !

BOB JONES nnd. I m sorry to say, other laughter. Miss Lucile Forsythe oInrksonvllle. Little Grandma" received many [: I 1\1\ :

Mrs .T. R.. Kelly and baby. lath. 2fHALSEy RAINES : ;I have come lo my cars, con- .1 spent Friday nIght gifts and enjoyed the day very t''{ ;

On Here ryn, spent last week visiting In w mation I under- hero with her mother, Mrs. J. SRosier. much. f : ; :'
: ,
Comment /-Il1/Jk-l ; I !: u young
t"r'f; f'z. '
Luke Butler .
Hereafter r'-ll < ..,... :; .:., '".:. .- t she was with you last nIght ----- -------- i I 1'1'During '
And Mr. and Mrs. Dunk McRae, oLakeland f.: <> tc1J\1. {' Is dis- Dunn and each meal time on a dining I'j'l; li'
I i, .. .. plumed "Your family Mr and Mrs. Henry t
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Mrs. H. M. McRae am I IMr. -I:,- -- .r your record excellent, laughter, of Jacksonville, wen car of a railroad, about 1.000cllahes : ;N :':

men would Have aved5"dOnJ .. Audrey Newmans! were via :::::;- 1 have all felt that you might visiting friends here Sunday afternoon must be washed In a sink i 1 lr lrless

Try soo.l(Wealth has Its prope lUng Mr. and Mrs. L A- Crosby WHAT II.\S HAI'l'EXED i seeming .surprise "N'ot had a brilliant career In the than two feet square. th i 'I,i''

modern world but last week. SO .\lt but I must advlso you Office." I Miss Louise Rosier spent thiveekend < .___ I >. \\.1

pia'.' 'III '"' "' overemphasizedLmes Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green and< IPISherM.m's o\'erconfIdraitgrate graduates are not looked at him with a wth Miss Lorene Rosier Since 1920 there> have been SI i'F,

| ltl, when Mrs. Mack Henderson and children nays / on hU. British and the Bullers are expression lit Wioodlawn.Kd eighteen percent more men teachers ;' :i

Instead of a bles of last Monday classmates. at Oxford, who list active this evening:" t'f r !\ I'
Jasper spent
a, curse hesitate to send you down and Grlffls, of Glen st Mary,, and only six per cent more !t\d!
jng Military machinery Is needful with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd him Itll a Rood athlete, but anmerlciui "Then what are that career," the Dean con- vas visiting relatives here Sun- women teachers In the public ele-
world conditionsKmcver. Crosby and G. M. Bennett .\ braggart MollyBeaumont here? the room. Paul mentary schools of the United 11 i
present !
tamer" mad rush of nation Mrs. Ralford Brown, of Plant' sister of a memberor "Trying to seal my tensely for the verdict, dance Rosier spent the weekend States. i9" ,
the the ('1.1"", U the only portion the nonchalant reply. I
or late) City spent last Sunday with relatives Dean tinned and faced him. ( with Pansle and Eva Jean I

to "I, m means that sooner here. to disagree and civilization will fall liiniH!<-lf. \\hen Lire U. kept remaining In college
the,, )nose of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brownf > his voice grew even stern- Henry Carter of Jacksonville,, Southbound I h

the weight of Its armies antaat. ) Plant City, were recent visitors out of H relay. rare In which turned to the "ona more violation of rules vas visiting his son, J. W. Carter,, Mo. 203-Due Siarke 8:15: p.m. '. ;L

under What the world needs Is with his mother, Mrs Arle Brown he has been asked to pnrUclpiste glass of doom please from you, Mr. Beaumont, and you sere ),'rldIlY.Mr. No. 207-Due Starke 11:45 pm. i': it!

i .('s the chamber of com- Let us not forget the Revival hu deliberately tripe. Lee turned have be sent down at once. Do and Mia. Russell Redding S'o. 203< -Due Starke 12:15: p.m, i. ..5i I
If '
truckami "Listen, toots ,
good men Meetings at Corinth Church every I'uul Itouiiinvnt on the understand?" md son and Mrs. II. F Reddingvero S'o. 201-Due Starke 10:20: am. ,

mcl( ,' u. Sodom had Invited a man light this week with dinner on the runs the last. qiuirter-milp guy Beaumont ', sir" visitors to Luke City Sun- Northbound i\ PI!!1j\\

!M 1",' ,HI I im to move In and be ;rounds Sunday May 22. Everybody \lctory.. Punitive nieiuuresare manded of the morning, Mr. Beaumont," I Ky. No. 202-Due Starke l.50:: p,m. ?
11)l looked
its manager and had listened Invited. plmtnod by the student Gladys Dean said In cold dismissal 1 .-- No. 204-Due Starke 4 .15 p.m.Vo. '; ;

con! ,?!, !his' wisdom and have stved his William Crosby spent the past! bndy. In a group they per- "Hlr!r ."think returned' he's In the the Paula rooms his friends had HAMPTON 206-,Duo Starke 9,15 p.m. 1 I.No. I.:: 1
,'.vli! they would veek-end in Ctonker with W. C. form the lrudltlon.il .d to await the result of S'o. 208--Due Starke 3:00 am. ;
ex.e have his dormitory and 111 thank you ;; :Miv .Vl.i Ntimiio" CorrrHpondrntMrs. '
would es lee from
and titklnn; alarm- 21-1 Duo Starke 0:20 a.m. t :"
the, ,l' pi .peity' Crosby, visit to the Dean. Molly -- .
catastrophe which overtook tutu reimnliiK his trousois.CII nymes worst, came to Starke Bus Agent: Beasley's .j
the the
t and fearing
cawd wickedness 1 Lee rushed toward U. D. Mends celebrated her hl
their -
thim In and looked question- Service Station opposite court-
} nRANCH doorway '
not realize how GUM : .\ EIGHT (Ightleth birthday anniversary at
\ do bar."I'm .
Communities I around! the room. rouse)
are Indebted to the Annie Mae IlarnnKe, Cor. It took very little time for the afraid, my Paul entered. "Is
they turned as er-in-law.
of God who liven "tudents, working In harmonious Is the face that *
women ?" she asked, crossing ;i
ami all right YOUR STOMACH:
men The writer conducted Mrs W- F. Harnage returned efficiency, to accomplish the removal thousand fists, Pleads, on Mother s Day. QUIET I
) ,,1!:,-n' midst. She marked to Gladys. him. Dinner was served to the fol- Today If you get the full, nause-
afternoon American boy'strousers.
a of the
evangelistic campaign iome Paul told un the door, a few words, and Mrs. J. S. itinff feeling caused by too much
of the week Opening owing guests:
ago In a certain pent the first part .
numi'ei of years South. There lived In with her son-in-law and daughter, Lee stood alone and furious as, could see only Paul. the Dean had for hlttln' Breads and children, Mrs J. E.DlllI gas from acld-lndlgcstlon, get re- .

town. of the frail old minister of Jr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae, of their mission completed, the undergraduates rying a drink '" cheap enough said. and children, Mrs. Stella Turner let In three minutes by taking '

that town a Into little of the loom. Buller Preston and children, \Mrs. J. II. West Jlmtia-Rex.: This excellent tasting
section. broke
frontarovr Level t
retired Pine up s
Onspel He had I Beaumont!" whirled on him. "Confound Gertrude Cary .ntaclil Is sold In bottles of CO
the afterthem "Hey1! nd children, Mrs ,
he glared
ministry. This old saint got Mrs. E. E. Green was the diner slngglng groups; I didn't hit him! It was Sheri Slado and chll- loses for 60c at the Rexall Drug
following Vernon
with grimly ,
,.\', i'v morning hours before guest Saturday of Mrs, W. R. frozen to the spot ; wall. Abruptly !" he exclaimed angrily. d'I'en Mr and Mrs. Dave Durham itore Be sure you get BismaRexCarpenter's
Up We may learn at the and Mrs- A. J. Yarbough. shame and humiliation. In a moment rear stared at him In aston- Store in 3.ttnrke. 3.
Jersey .
I Play Everyone P. E. Drug
dV to e( the faithful Scatters short as he saw IInll children\ Mr. and Mrs. 'c
of Christ that a while however,
scat Is spending a
Selona Rapp
.1ud l meal bench Mr and Mrs
on a and
little sitting u-en
t in'o,,, ,.'! one time started toward In Jacksonville visiting her Risers : was before him With a She smiled "But, Paul__ um. Molly said, "'VavI .. --_. ..at
Cod, In order to Williams and :Mrs. bow, the old man handed him a do It." I
to\Mi.. and Mrs. A. .' says he saw you '
Ihat, i I diMurbng, the prayer of His Louise Denmark. pair of trousers, neatly folded. "So:" you're chicled went\ I "What gave you that Idea?" I
afro I she
mt ordered the tornado to Mr and Mrs. W, R. Kersey, Mr "Will that be all, sir? ers" said angrily. I VOTE FOR i
urn I d like to see
its I course. We may learn and Mrs. A. J, Yarbough and "Not on you life, Lee said an- '' ttevertree honestly sure no one ;:

chiri-i char' dreadful\ epidemic startedthat "one, Clyde and Aaron, were dinner grily. "For a few guys I have In" Re
way on wings of destruction guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.E. mind, this day is Just beginning." I janliriK would had disappeared altogether- I I I1EIBlm

and! rod sent It In another direction !. E. Green. "Don't take it to heart, sir, "Nothing." Paul stood up. The entire room I For II I

}weluse He wanted the old Mr. and Mrs. J, S, Supp and I Scatters begged. "There s no Why disgrace I pleasure He tinned to Elsa !': cold to Paul. Everyone,; felt lie : OP SCHOOL HOARD, DISTRICT NO. 3 f:'
de-bugged %:
Btaint to keep on praying. Fewpeopie Mrs.V.. R. Iersey were visiting : to being I Yank ,' looking for lying. I :

realize how great Is their Mr, and Mrs. N D, Green Friday air, I recall a Prime Minister In is One by one the students left, Your Support and Your Vote Will Ie Appreciated in : I

who liveIn this very Quad and In those mentOh Paul I stated I .
to Cod's people fternoon. excuses as '
obligation Let'
I yeah
of Wood- lays gentlemen wore no undergarments At the Second Primary May 21th I
their communities. I Charney Yarbough, .I nn do without your them in righteous anger.
a a spent Saturday night here Molly remained I
a a iwn, said. only

had great success I tIn with Rudolph Chism. I Let wasn't amused 'They might but you With, Lee this, he "Paul, this iHii't like you,"' she I i'I'd, I'olltUal Ail) 1// It:
Jones Minister
"Sam Prime
work In all sections Mr and Mrs. Cecil Crawford I do that to a sadly. ,,,

his evangelistic In California I and Miss Effle Crawford, t of -- I "So you're taking sides with

of America except minister Bootsey's Beach, were visiting Mr !" he said turning on her r1111W' j I That Is what a
and Mrs. A. J. Yarbough Sunda Then, bitterly, he stalked I _
laid to the writer years ago. I I
the room.
ifternon. of
has lingered
Somehow that statement Mrs. R N. Crawford, of Boosey's (ITo Be Continued)

m my mind through the all first of Beach, was visiting Mrs. Vn e f'f'sr I -_.-- ,
these years. I remember LWr4.Ef4I?
evangelistic campaign I conductedIn Kersey Sunday afternoon. HIGHLAND /
Yarbough, of Wood- -
California I undertook the Charney .. M.: K. Crews Correspondent
lawn Eldon )app and Rudolf
that I was I
with a
meeting Chism, both of this section, spent the ,
difficult situation. I Miss Louise Marr spent \
facing a differentfrom Sunday In St George, Ga., as the with relatives. I .
the iate just a little (' in Starke
A J '
of the latter's father, :
some of our other states, but guests Mrs. H C, Wlmberly left Sun

u 1of\ the campaigns I have hadin i-hism. I for Nichols, where she will i ;
and sot, "
ii", state, I have had the joy Mrs. E. E. Yarbough vials unforgivable"I ..
saved. I have Charney, Woodlawn, were .Ir, of Hawthorne !

of iisi>si'had'ing fellowship people with some of Ing relatives In this section Hoi \ Mr. and MIH. JAmes fox. of 12AIWNY1 4 4rongw \r r,
j 4I : J.I J.
lay night. heie'Ith
hit }In I lest Christians I have ever < spent f '
I I h I bL Crews and family i
kni" u n But now to the story 1 I F :

state:,.' '! to tell.\ Recently, during RROOKERIHs I "Let's see what jew can I \ Mi.. and lira Owen Man of.ttmms I
"i '" a.eke', evangelistic mission Vera Guliiey, (Correspondent" 't V do without your gang I visited relatives hw
said I ,
i"r-, l I 1'1 i inelsco, I heard a most : behind you tytlI'

i, i. 11ilistory about Sam Mrs, II. B. Conerly and! MiL.eltha -.,, .- .. :'\ ,rod MIH M. Ciirti-i "testhitdtcn ;' 'a w, ache.IIOM.a ,r ra'
Cry ;
i J"I: ,, mil,) a meeting which he ? Kelley, of Okcechobei,(' I 4e I i were In Stake Satiinlns I t k'1. I", ,
i d" M,I ;yt" irs ago In a Calif 01'- spent part of last week here a:d : 'Ph.'v o i I il I VV. r L',, Man.s of Jacksonville. : QldoddtrMe ,s,
:M, 'li'v rant do 1to\ nn here Sunday.
n Sam preached one day guests of the Utters' parents> mis
otlu \ ..isuvith It!' he ex- mi! e.1, I 1.\ 1 Mrs Albeit Normal t '
[m, "i'i' subject of Consecration.A mil MrsC. S. Kelley, nnd I' ui.'t .!looi' bin si i"I"[ 'fl. \ Mr. nil I '
I ,1'ilmed. 1 Mrs. G, N. Norman were VH.lnl'8
\" iHny and prominent young I relatives and friends. ed In He \\ ,"veil' <
,' the audience. The Ca!_ Determined on his next step, Lee to Starke, Monday I
in of
ir i tats : Dave Gainey, member a |I tlcally as hi' t tried Sat 'f
heart.At the porter's lodge Miss Kathleen Hurdle ; ,
iri d. went home to her loinla CCC Camp spent List' wee It I Vent directly to I tie for a vlsl ,

i r. close of the service sheMI' here as guest of his aunt, Mn!I "Have you seen Paul BeaU- ho for Hawthorne .
"Bullers, Mrs. James Cox
her her mother,
to the front and gave Thomas. mont? ,
I Viola
hard 1! ti> the evangelist, pledging R. B. Raulerso n "I think he's celebrating In the tell you Miss Ohio Marr, of Sturke! r >! -I ifaffiTtrllorrc

her life! la full surrender to God. Mr. and Mrs. t I somewhere, sir," was the Paul dropped .. Sunday here with relatives I woe D Am.you I iir
: Lizzie H. I md children spent Saturday nigh town finish this later," Miss Ethel lUcks, Mrs J. W lot t r !7 A1 Metn, route0row.a I ht'
The Mrs. ,
woman was Am.draa Card.oa
of he'r ..
In Lake Butler, as guests reply. .. Grlffls 1 D Irpd.rs ; I
CllCtJLhn, established the Gild .n tow An Lee ana P nu ..'_*._ and C. M. spanSunday i.a.r HamAe.ld mot D Oouu ricdtan
The the
for Blade tolds"
,ulster, Mrs R. W. Brannen. ; Making straight Nichols. 1 1 6 L..e ,
Foundation. She has given away; Ml he came alley, a burly at 1 D (Auorry I t
were accompanied! home by s Lee entered the first cafe Mrs. L.eslle Grlffls of Maxvill, Oid poulnt 1iefA 4 Tt; Nom. nH0
multiplied thousands of dollars'Eva Fay Gainey. who bad spent to. He looked around In disappoint the room. relatives here Friday. I Q AaN1n9adn. 4 Y Drone Jnwaal I hL
orthodox himself against I ,
for definite evangelistic several 1 Itodp tb
.1 I he spotted I IRV teuNFold QHom.lAad
buildIng Lhe week there. nent. Finally and t _._.--.---- } geofa .la moo
Chi 1St Ian program. Geneva Goodge, of Lak students at a corner table. progress L anl' tor 9oYs' 1 rae+ Q Tb.Lp"rant .
In San Francisco In which tbe, Miss for Paul Beaumont escape."I T;RGIUU'NIrs. CQMCP ga.l.. Clto. r+t.ad .
here os guest "I'm looking N t Y s.hold
writer spoke for fifteen days was: Butler, is visiting Mrs. Gladys How. ," he announced grimly. nm :\ K A. hosier, (C'orreNpondnn' I : w..41Y1- ""' t Tt Q 1.Vhorq W.rld Nagvalo.ptotorlal IQ Yr
sister, -
built by Mrs. Glide The money; >f her all looked at him curlousl;; this unlveixlty, and Awl.w ., / p. a D ,

for i the! radio program which I had They made no answe, Ing drunk," he Mrs Hester Sapp returned home I rndv. yarmsa l Yt y l7 Pathtind.rxfwgLlrv'e f i e

the JoY of speaking on each clay;; rdMr.. nnd Mrs A. A. Hazen, of and"He for was a moment here," one of them finally .Ruller pushed him Saturday after spending the I'l\lIt'\ 'I II proq Aamanll.J t Tt (D OroqnW Poult7 Tdbun.Y) l..uts 1r
herM l Y
Glide Founda Orlando spent the weekend two months with her ilster Mr aer..n + rarm.r
was oviiied the Itry i It.
pi by nnd replied "But be hopped Elsa was ( [J Boors 1 7t (5Iurh.rq 1 TyD .
tinMM. Guide Is an old woman guests of hU parents, Mr s Head" Buller, follo\v d -lu|>mHn Sapp, nein Lawtey' Seu.a 1 Yr. aOTrr 08outh.r jtgrt.uJr ar4t. t yr. ; [
the Queen
I dal' '! not have the pleasure of see Mrs. E. M. JIazen. As he stalked out, Lee heard rushed out into Mrs .1. S Rosier spent\ Sunday'_ 'I 6oWh.re, Cenluas ultWtd ,1 Yea rl Women {ydr .. rt t !11

rot i I" i I' Sam Jones is dead and Misses Audrey and Lorena Poll snickers behind him. had hidden ,.. I V L7 were' agortdd n I) I

IIDI.,' If Sam does not know now have returned home after spendIng "We'd ask you to sit dowiiherlclun now as the Huller C "

he \ ill know some day that his some time as guests of Mind .. but the action might be I I him, Lee's fist I Here's aVARNISI ''I'

Caltl", ala ministry was a great Mrs. M. R. Holten, of Raiforc lulnful," one called out. Buller dropped. IU'

sui ,11 ,s it probably was the most Fred Halslop. Donald Kelley, Out In the open once more, LcMbowed I Wavci, tree had : OFFER N0. a OTTL71 1'10.' a ALL FOUIIThu. I)!

su, "..Hful' venture he ever had livanK. Fate Blown, and Robert Ward, of his way past three men blow. I ALL ONLY rlva TIaU N.w.pap.4IYe. YOR O"LY I

heaven I shall say: "Congratula n\'day night. and escaped but he didn't know It at I fallen Buller. I II I II 4 _patios G.oup B $2.10 3 bo... GIoIa. A '. ,.F '
lions, the S. M. Mott ri
Brother Sam, on grea Mr. and Mrs. For these thre were
Kelley lhe: moment. I "Are you hurt, I 'i
work you did In California. I bad :hlldren Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Senior Proctor and two orra NO. t
acting asked sollcltiously no. i '. )
the joy.. of reaping where you had and children, and Miss Mar;; the: of the school wearin I thI.llo..paper. lit. ALL FOUR ThU Nvwipapvr.' I Vr. yoa ALL 0111.1 CIT ""

sown We Christians: will haw VIott attended the Silver Wedding, Bulldogs Locally these latte sitting position.The Man..' A roa ONLY 2 Nagad..a A 55 J'
hats I ham }$ '
bowler 2
e i
Mrs. Warner Buller Item Qioupqau } .
many surprises in heaven. Some Anniversary of Mr. and were known as "Bullers." It was 1 52.25 Ma.,. .'a B. "/I ",i
brief Instant. 3
thtngs that looked big here will Mott, of Alachua, Sunday.Miss 'heir duty to maintain law and 01- 1 ; B 10G. f s sr'"
have 'shrunk." Some things tha Janie Mae Quarrels spent he said: ..
I ler at the university.The ALL rive :IHaiei& I .
looked small down here will loon part of this week In Baldwin as glared after Lee a moment' "Good evening i 'I.... Story I yo TOO ONLY 1 :1

large over there. Our business 1 Is; i, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sau end seemed about to pursue bin member of this "lla.I.old 9aw.. 1 I yr yr } I I !

to be faithful In the place when er.: Another undergraduate, howevei The next: flood country Hom. ,. I nHrWBPMLA $2.25r 'j'.
of Jackson I yt
Ite II 'I'
puts us. Miss Grace Hazen 'vas unfortunate enough to com before the Dean. THIS I
rllle, spent part of Ha- out of the pub at this very me- Buller who had I .
VOTE FOR guest of her nent. One of the Bullers steppe also present 1 McCallWoman''. Mogatla I yr YOR ONLY / I" I .

: Ju- up' to him and tipped his hat. "I do not WorldGood I yr \ 10 I.f f,:..' I
Thorn en.Mrs. McGauley: Misses StorU* H: $2' a i
Judge Elwyn G. E.Jeannette McCauley, "Good evening, sir, he salt or. Jenurnont." the 9 Ffrrm )carnal __ L yo 'j I',I
and '
nita member NEWSPAPER
"Are a THIS
For Supreme Court Quarrels were lolltely. you persist In aiying 1 14"{
Mae "
I Janie
itvl university? I
Thanks for Your Support Starke Simmons.
I rnnsactlng business "I am, grinned the undergrad a i !
''Pd Political Ad) of "I do, sir
Saturday.Mr the Impossibility l
11"ite. realizing ''t1I
I Mrs. R. B. Raulersornrt "And will
and you varnish-because Ie'a r----------------
Not cheap
Eva Fa.yand nv I a '
and Misses "You're lid ?" 1I 1 1II
'\ motored to The Proctor stepped up. Lowe Brothers-but a good, fuU.bodied I

FA4T RELIEP FORSYMPTOMS I Vera Gainey ware, sir, that you are not per "Sorry, sir high gloss varnish at an unusual! pU... seed rnrth
OF Sunday afternoon ?" I I ncloto $. .............for I
DISTRESSiNO I .it.u-ke Lonnie Parker and fitted to frequent public houses his head. low price for a varnish of in quality magaiinoa I have checked, logatt with a, jcar'a

i Mr and Mrs. making their "Yes, sir" The Dean fine for floors and interior woodwork. to your ntwipapcr.Q .
who have been! Claredon Build : I aubtcriptlon Off/ rStr '
nby the past Report to the You are certain ) Horn Off.r D Story

i ome in Jacksonville moved for back to Ings at ten tomorrow morning." mont who struck Gallon >$. . Half Gallon !. I \

12 TABLETS I few trooker.months. have By tills time Head.Lee His was face already lighted atthe "Yes, sir." Quart |.... Pint $.. '/-Pint $. I N.m.................................... ,

Mr. S. A. Mott and baby have visit up as he caught: a glimpse olavertree "Thank you. Ask ut about Lowe Brothers "Spccifi. ..l or R.F.D. .............
15C )1 after a short Simmons left
eturned home Brown, / alone at the bar cation Varnish." t

FULL I rlth her mother Mrd. Reta Swiftly he crossed to him. )ean turned back : BessantJr. Agt Town and Slat ............... ...... --'" .J
2 25C of Alacbua. seen Beaumont?" much upset Mr. W. A. I ,
"Hive you IfYr.r------
Lucian -
and : ;;
Jr. Buller in :.tsamf"
Leland Waters. Lee demanded. Ing a Starke Fla. ii
I Palmer, of Alachua, were visitingere I Wuvtrtree looked at him In ),)ut denying It IS

-%: BAYER ASPIRIN. Monday afternoon.



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I CONVICTS HOLD-UP Absentee voting Sunday At Corinth

TelegraphEstablished i TOO LATE i iI Today (Friday) Is the last day Corinth Church. o?< wing "

Bradford County STUFF I II Continued From' Page One) for casting absentee ballots in the a revival, will Ob8", ", ""lIluc' '%",.
of Judge E. K. Per- with services In the
CLASSIFY office County rn.,1t, ,
1877 AllOl'TSTARKE TO and with the aid of the shotgun the Rev. H. M. Tlllmnit
I donateone rymnn. ,
to hn'r
Mr. Williams '
noon, and singing *l
III ,, ,
I Br .11:"" I.I. KTerretary. of his own suits. Casting a Ii' ''fl.r,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class AND BRADFORD COUNTY I Vlorldn Pre.. AM last glance In the mirror the convict I Thanks VotersI noon. ...
Matter: at the Post Office at Starke, Florida :-. noted that something waslacking Food SaleMrs.
few I took time opened the dresser drawer take this mean of expressingmy
I ago handker- sincere thanks to the people W. A. PlschiT .
his colored
ALMOST EVERYONE has and stuffed a
tell something
&JEM.BER out to you of his who voted for me on May 3. Al- School Class will hold looT '
koRiDAPRESSASSOCIA11OU \ favorite "bright sayings of children Caverns State Park near Marian- chief into the breast packet a ( ,
(/ ," but one of the classic ex- i na, and that little yarn got me ina though I was not elected, I am Saturday morning at nine ,, !!

\;) amples of all time, we think peck of trouble not because It coat.Mrs.. Williams (Rosalind Ja- grateful for my friends who sup- In the building formerly knownil
otoaka 'J4a\iaUi ported me.--Respectfully. M B. Jessie Mae a, next to
while Cunova
occurred when Austin Smith I wasn't a good story but because cobs) returned to the house Drug

.. ---- .------ ---- .. ._- ----- .- -- '-' -- one of Hogan' boys, was in ,' a lot o f o f h er ee c t1. o e have ",1.._ 'I the men were still there. They Futch. store.

_______Editor and Owner Madge Mlddleton's grade at' tinct and unique ;attractions tht considerately hid behind some
E. L. Matthews_____________ __ I
.. .. school. Each day the teacher they feel should be "talked about." bookcases "so as not to frig/ten
_. --. -- would ask a pupil to recite one Before the ink was dry on that her" and remained there until her AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK

SUBSCRIPTION RATE of the ten commandments. Marianna column Dar Kelly of mother and husband had a chance

Six Months, 7 Payable in Advance When It came Austin's time he FernandIna, is all over me like a to tell her, In as composed voicesas LIABILITY
Yearly, ; rose confidently as one who cloud of dust demandin' that I they could command that they

Advertising Hates on Application knows whereof he speaks. come up to Nassau County and geta were being held up.
"Thou shalt not bear false ,. This form of insurance protection should
load of a sure-enough State The truck in which the men escaped have; your
teeth," he said. Park from the road camp' and most serious cbnsideration. Every dollar you are worth:

TRUSTEE ELECTION DESERVES YOUR ATTENTION Dick Pope of Winter Haven, reminded I later abandoned has not yet been is at stake.

THIS FROM ONE of the New me that "Cypress found, Sheriff A. O. Andrea said
consolidated school district comprising Gar-I At the new low rates at which we are
Trustees for the new York columnists: "Is there any dens" can furnish material yesterday. I writing:: this

Starke! and Doatdrain, will be elected on Tuesday man In the world who admires less than a thousand columns and I One of the amusing side-lights | protection, you just can't afford to be without it.

May 21-the same date as the second primary election. If brightly-colored fingernails on when will I be over on the hold-up occurred when Mrs ( Let us tell you about the safety driver reward.
women ? And if all men dislike I Shorty Davidson of Silver Jacobs and Mr- and Mrs Williams ,
is voted down the terms of the present I
them why do women spend Springs calls my attention to the left the house to notify the sheriff. ,
tees will continue until next spring, but if the consolidan so much time putting on and fuel that during the recent press While they were gone. Mr |

i issue carries the new board of trustees will take officein taking off the stuff? Or don't meeting I saw first hand the wonders Jacob, who had attended a fish ;
women adorn themselves > to and ,glories of the "eighth fay returned home and finding the I HAROLD C. WALL\ Agency

thirty days.More please men, after all?" We wonder of the world" and why soiled clothing (left by the convict ,

interest should be manifested in the selection of would like to hear from some >Ion t I say so. ) on the bedroom floor he I! All lines of dependable INSURANCE

trustees for our school than has been the case in recent of our male renders on the subject Ernest. F. Coe Informs me that if turned out the lights went on to

.. The who are elected should be given the privi- Personally, we have yet I want to see a REAL, park I'd bed thinking some member of the I
years. to hear a man express aught him.A .
juke on
family was playing a
of better take a month or two off
lege of saying that they were chosen by a real majority but disgust at this heathenish and let him show me Tropic Everglades few minutes later when the others -
merehandful who took in- practice on the part of the fair house!
the free holders rather than by a National Park and then I'll returned and found the ZACH.H.DOUGLASCandidate

the free holders rather than by a mere handful who took in- sex. Indeed, some have gone have plenty to shout about. dark (they distinctly remembered
so far as to say that their fav- all the lights on) they call-
ballots were "If you really want to do your leaving I For State Attorney
election last only eighty-six orite color for female
tho trustee year fingernails readers a favor" writes Trent Collins ed Mr. Jacobs, but he decided If

marked. In derived from a little oc- "You'll tell '(Om about Rain- they could joke him he would Joke I SECOND PRIMARY: ELECTION, TUESDAY, :MAY 1t l

Voting in Sub School District No. 17 will take place at caaonal dirt under them, show- bow Springs and our famous nlso, so he refused to answer. ,
Ing that time has "been spent at : ;
falls" Thereupon Mrs, Williams and Mrs. QUALIFICATIONS
the Roatdrain schoolhouse, and in Sub School District No. 3 something other than bridge
Jacobs became frightened over I
McIntosh Mrs Gist
at the city hall in Sarke. Every freeholder in these two dis- and movies. threatens dire consequences, if I again and went for the sheriff 15 YEARS IN ACTIVE PRACTICE OF LAW.--v-,;

tricts should make an honest effort to get out to the polls lent drop what I'm' doln' and let once more. izing in criminal law-that branch of the law your! Si ate

CONRAD LETSCH, one of Bradforll' her take me on a cruise to "Bird --_..---- I Attorney must know and have practiced in order to ,pruporly -

_--o- more industrious growersand bland, "There's nothln' else and successfully represent the State in your fin-mi
shippers, has his own the- ROTARIANS
FOR IIRADFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURE like it In the world" she says. 1 Courts
k A nOON ory an to what Is wrong with Ed Ball "wants to know when HEAR PROFESSOR 3D YEARS OF AGE and in the prime of life physicallv.

i We cannot help but hail the opening of the state far- farming today. Agriculturewill 'm com In' to Wukulla Springs to and in experience as a lawyer.

mers' market here this week as a bright spot on the agricul- someone never teaches come the back modern until see his new hotel watch the trained ENTERTAINMENT BY TilE NOT A PROFESSIONAL POLITICIAN, habitual otfic

fish and take in a lot of other FLORIDA SWING seeker OR INTITETXDURT HOUSE NOW but "brand
tural horizon of Bradford County. woman to cook, he says. In- a
I Of course, it will not work by magic. It will be one more stead of preparing a nice vege- things that the well Informed tourIst BANDDr. new" candidate for public office who thoroughly under-
should be Informed about.
but true) table dinner along the lines that Joseph R Weil| dean of the stands the life and dispositon of Miss, Mr. and Mrs.
that hackneyed (
apply George Burr, back from
to which we can just "
grandmother used to cook, too Engineering College at the University "Average Person by reason of his years of experienceas
phrase that we "get out of it only what we put into it. But many housewives of today sim- 'Key West says "Boy, you ought of Florida, spoke to the Ro- a trial lawyer in the court room.
that town the
o see now and new
with a little cooperation on the part of farmers and truckerswe ply run into the kitchen, make overseas highway, It's marvelousand tary Club here Wednesday on the EDUCATED IN LAW and application of law and Rules

see no reason why the new market should not mean addi- up a few sandwiches or stir upa wait until you get messed up subject of "Industrial Florida." of Evidence before the Court and Jury by actual ex
salad and call it quits. No He said that it Is surprising to
tional dollars]] to Bradford County. wonder the farmer cannot get with some of the he-fish they'vegot many people to learn In spite of perience.
down there and their "Taverns" AMBITIOUS AND DESERVING as a man witha
Our farmers owe it to themselves to visit the market at rid of his sweet corn, cow peas the general belief, that Florida young ,
are more Intcrestln' and entertalnln' family, who needs your help to win promotion and be
beans, squash, etc. People realizes in dollars and cents
their first opportunity, discuss their problems with the yt&nager than Marianna "Cav- given an opportunity to turn his talents to the service of
just won't go to the trouble to from her industries than she does
; and see what plans can be worked out for the advancement cook them any more Mr. erns" you don't want to miss It." from agriculture. He also stated his people and our government

l of agricultural industry in Bradford County. Letsch says. He was backedup and Then while there I'm were wlllln'several and anxiousto others that more people are employed by VOTE FOR HIM-

.. 0- by other farmers In the con- Industry In this state than are em-
give em' all a break, I've only
versation. One said that he ployed In agriculture.It .
got one column a week and I know H. DOUGLAS
had been going to the Jackson- la Dr. Well's opinion that the
any one of the above mentioned -
less an authority than :Mrs. Roberta Campbell Law- ville market for thirteen years attractions couldn possibly be only way to better the lot of the is the Candidate for State

son, president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs 1| and that people there seemed to described In 'Iess than ten or farmer In this state is to increasethe Attorney best suited for the office.
be consuming. fewer and fewer number of Industrial workers (Pd Political Ad)
either physically or biologically,!: twelve volumes.I .
says that "It is imposible, vegetables every season. .. 1
the left for so there will be more people to eat ,. '" .,
for men and women to be labelled equal in all things" ;j me to guess do U just only hop thing In the car what Is grown on the farm. He -- . , -- ,,

She is right. No matter how fast the world turns and j i if SEEN: AT the market on opening and upend my vacation nosln denounced the practice of tryingto

day: Joe Truby with five ham- round the state. You to take industries from other sec-
look right
how much things change a man will never exactly can go JUDGE
of beautiful bell tions of the and
f pers peppers. Alaska or the Virgin Islands If you country import
with an apron on drying the dishes, nor will a woman ever "They're Just as big on the bot- want to but I'm' tellln' you that them to Florida, but said that by

look perfectly at home behind the desk of a business office. tom as on the top, too," Joe you'll find no more interestln' and research. and experimentation we

We believe that such "switching around" was never intendedby said. Judge Adkins looking fora charmln' vacation land than your :should; develop Industries uniqueto
mess of cowpeas. William W. state. this state. ELWYN
Him who planned it all and therefore, no matter how own
Wilson, head of the State Agri- For a lot less money than you The Rotarians were entertained

much of it we see it will never seem entirely natural. cultural Marketing Board, filling will spend on a trip to some distant while eating by "The Florida

the back end of his automo spot, you can pile In your Swing Band," a negro orchestra

bile with Bradford County car and start out from anywhereIn whose members were waiting here
FIGURE IT OU-U" YOU CAN strawberries and sweet corn F. lor the of
the state with a thousand and receipt a telegram. They THOMASFonT
Now that Mussolini and Hitler have finished their latest F. Stump and Joe E. Wilson, one Intere ltln' things to see and played several numbers after I

each other who worked hard to make the places to go. If you live in north'or '' which Bill Graham, who had the
t' disgusting display of backslapping-have toasted market become a reality, look- west Florida you will get a Idea, took up a collection for them.

and made fresh pledges of friendship a great many people Ing "pleased as Punch." wonderful thrill on a trip to the PIERCE

i.I': are more confused than ever by recent events abroad. One southern part of the state and OTICK F:
I PRISONERS sharing the city's NOTICE IS JIICKICBY 011'10:: CANDIDATE FORJustice
e crazier thanI take my advice and see it all, go whom M that I have
reason that the European crazy-quilt seems may roncern
hospitality will soon have a on down to Key-West on the wonderful filed my Final Accounting and I'e- I
t; ever is that the Mussolini-Hitler admiration tea party followed pleaaanter outlook on life. The new Overseas Highway, it litton far Final lncharKe' an Executor -
of Estate Franck M. Taylor,
\' so closely on the new England-Italian agreement. grounds around the city hall Is a trip you will never forget. deceased and on the 2lnt day of I
have been filled in and grassis June 19.18: will ask the Hon. K. K. i
Most of the "experts" are coming to the conclusion that set. If Visit the charming hill and lake IVrrvmiin. Jointly Judge, of Bradford I
being you are plan- country of central Florldn, takea County, Florida, for Letter of
:. Mussolini is playing both ends against the middle. lie wants ning to get into trouble any run down the glorious east coast I Discharge I'.. O. T\VI.OR. ExecutorOTlrH OF THESupreme

i to avoid trouble with Germany and likewise keep in the goodt time soon wait a few weeks with its marvelous beaches arm p-20-H-RIO
and will have a much better I
of France and lie doesn't know what coun- beautiful tropical scenery. I
graces England. !n : OF'4tl.F. : OF T1CfKll
view from the window. The
And you folks In south Florida .FI't1'F. :'1 CourtTo
t tries would be strongest in the event of war, and he naturally exceptionally dry season has If want change of I :VOTIl'R" IH IIKKKBV J: (GIVEN (hut
you a
scenery I;lam Lewis has filed with
wants to back a winner. Therefore he is sitting on the taken Its toll of some of the and a trip that will thrill you go I r.MiieHt| that the tax certificatestogether '
shrubbery around the Metho- with all ftubMecjuent omltd '
north and
west drive the
fence. dist Church along <* or 'levied taxes held by the State' I Succeed Justice W. II. Ellis, Who Is Retiring:
and the courthouse I .
St.I .
Gulf Coast Highway visit Port ', na'rU.cd, und nold, to the ht..h"hi. -
The question has almost been crowded off the ... .. .... ..
Japanese but this should not discourage Joe, Panama City and Pensacola, I *t for each a provided by I From the Bench

front pages and has become less of a problem for the time the city's beautification return on State Road Number One. Chapter. 18298, of upon the 19.17 the acts fullowlnff of thei.eglslnhtre I I

being. Japan is finding the going exceedingly hard in China, they committee will renew and efforts we hope next You'll find parks and springs, 1 of deMrrlbed Bradford real State estate of In Florida the (ounty, to'I I I

? and she is too busy there to adventure elsewhere. Most au- spring torical beaches interest., and many spots of his- I wit tS A In NW ('or of NWM nf Judge Elwyn Thomas, will carry to the Supreme

f thorities feel that even if she finally subdues China which y Roads are excellent and sum- NW4 k A.! -W 1050 See fl.35 N Tp.&: S 6 by S.86(1 R.( Ft.22 Court more previous judicial experience in Florida than ,

r is by no means assured, she will have to spend so much in TAMMY older residents GRIFFIS, of, one Starke of, paid the mer rates make the cost most NWf R, IS of Acres NW, >4&: K N*.1050 K B ft Acres of, any other justice who has gone on the Supreme Court
nominal, Florida is a charming va- &: Ex W IS Acre flee. 35 Tp. 6
t men, money and materials that she will be left enervated. his first visit to Jacksonville recently cation land, you'll find no better. S. J. K.. containing 10 Acre, since the Civil War.Admitted. .

. : The problem of world affairs today is an interesting puzzle He made the trip on a .-+- The more axes or ieee I to, be sold are evidenced
'f'' truck belonging to Green's by certificate NOM. 13.15: of 19'I.1 to the Bar in 1915.
rexpertlvely. .
but one that is hard to follow. Of course, some understand {
Townsend NoticeThe I and I
store. R. Thomas the driver, represent unpaid
if is taxes for the yearn 1012 to t"1g both Admitted to practice before of the
( it more than others, but we doubt there a man says that when they got Into Starke Townsend Club Infinitive, amounting to 118.37.AI Supreme Court

alive today who knows just what the future holds in store. the heavy traffic around the members will meet at the Starke Ink: ..SO' SB: Peeks Lots 1 Addition, 2, 3, 4 to, 5 Htarke, 6 of I United Slates in 1921.

0 warehouse in Jacksonville Mr. court house Sunday night at 7:30: N of !9th St In NWv of NWtJS.c. I
Grlffls became kind of worried 2S Tp. 6 S. It. 22 E.. Appointed Circuit
Judge in
o clock for the of attend- 1925.
purpose The tnxm to he old are evidenced
t THEY KNOW WHERE THEY CAN GO and said, "Boy, we'll never get ing services at the Baptist Church. hy certificate No 1220 of 1933 respectively
out of here alive!" He says hedoesn't and represent unpaid Itenominated by the voters twice without oppositionNow
All members to be :
In a recent issue of the Okaloosa News-Journal a former are urged pres- axex' for the years 1933 to 193D both
care to go back againas ent if possible and march in a InclUMfve amounting. to "&".??
resident of Austria tells some interesting facts regarding people move around too fast :'ody.-. H. Fields of AIHOCom NI:', & Ran at SW N 261 car ft.of K SWi 3.it: Senior Judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit.

conditions in Austria at the same time he left it for the up there and he thinks one visitto Ft M 204 ft.. W 311) ft.. to lie*.
Jacksonville Is enough In a Sec 33 Tp US It. 22 K. ron- In twelve and one-half Circuit Judge he has
United States. lie I stated that Austrians were only permitted ruining, 2 acre, more or less. years as
to own small tracts of land. They were all required to lifetime.PHE ful showed up at the Woman's The taxes to tie Mold. are evidencediv signed over 10,900! appealable orders and judgments.
: Club to hear the fine program II certificate NOH. 3H4 and 1287 of .

giva two days a week to the lords. No one except the lords 1 WOMAN'S Chorus thriving I that was almost completely ,I'i3l: and the 193:1:unpaid n-Hpectlvely' taxes for and repreKent the' I He has tried over 500 criminal 52 of which
lords in our midst la an organization wasted on a lot of empty seats. '''''''.'H 1910 to 1134 both inclusive, cases,
were permitted to own fire arms. The were frequentlyunreasonable KII iiMtlnir. to lAO :2*.
of which the town can well be Surely the ladies deserve more ALSON6' of 8EV, of R\V" of were capital.
and intolerant and cruel. "I came to Americaas proii'l. Although this column encouragement than this. SwII> Kx. \V I P.'\\ A_a-i, A. Sec t

soon as I could," he !said, "anil I never went back. I am lin't up on the terms used by .4-nit TI.ox.N more s n or 1 lees N. fontnlnlnir lie has been reversed in ONLY ONE criminal case-

: music critics when they wantto YOU JUST can't keep Marcus j I TinI.IXPN to he MOM. are i-vldenceil
American through and through and I have sympathyfor
an no .
'v eitlfleiite N'o
swell if Brown from farming-no mat- .. 1023 of 1933: anili lie I is a learned Judge and State!
say something Is we i"i'eni-nt the minnld "luxe- for tho a true friend of his
those in this who have left their because
country own country did know them we would use ter where you put him. He has ','.ii. 1 f'13 to Ills, both Ini-IUHlve. and its
of cruel and intolerant conditions and have come to this them all In praise of the chorus bought n 100-foot lot just south "imonntlnu Said tax rortlrimte to t54 01. tug-ether with

country and still claim allegiance to the land of their birth and Its talented conductor, and east of the site of his attractive ill."...Hii1i. will eiuent) he mild omitted to the or hlKhext Levied I
Mona Canova. the new home here, and al- i
way Idder. '
at the (
and ?iirthmm dnor In
attempt to set its Communism Nazism Fascism
up or or what has become of the music most any afternoon lute you'll s Itliikf mi the Ird diy of tune 1938 OVER TWELVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE ON
her<-. If 1 was in authority in this country I would deportthe find 'I.1 II :Ol" clack, AM.
lovers in our fair village? Thy him out there feeding his frxtcd. .
thin the 11th., day nf May CIRCUIT COURT
last one of them. If they really want these things let do nay there used to be a few, chickens or planning a vegetable 1 93NOFFt'Ltt.. .1 BENCH
' but If so they must have all garden. There must be t anAL) (Paid Political Adv
them i/o where they can have them one hundred percent. A J THOMAS.
been sick or out of town last j something about growing I 'I.rk of Circuit Court of

: We heartily agree with the gentleman Thursday night, Only a hand- things that gets you. ", : Bradford 'County. Florida ,) ;
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