Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02647
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I are Pictured two women here MARKET HANDLES BIG VOLUME; ELECTION VOTE i., :i( : r

CAUGHTIN quilting hard at in work the FLAT RATE 5 PERCENT CHARGED POSTPONED UNTIL, JUNE 21 CAST ,) 1\1,1'1\ ,:' 1'' l','

Comfort : i i
Factory, a unit -
of the Bradford Sweet Corn Floods Plat Rate Fair To Those Who Because of an omission, througherror IN

County Women's on May 3 of the legal advertisement 2NDJUHJND
form lJlollday-Sells Sell In Bulk -ir,
Work Projects or calling for a consolidation ., r
\ ConVictS Who Stole Car under W P. A. At 18c Package election in sub school districts ''I ;, '

Shoot TwoPolicemeli and sponsored by three and seventeen, the Reddish, Wasdin, and : ,

Here Bradford Coun- I election was called off Tuesdayand Lewis I-
Sweet corn dominated the Apparent Ii
By T. K. McCUVNE, 3R.
ty Board of will be held! instead on June

County Commis .4 at the newly opened State County AKnt 21. Winners ,

escaped convicts who held sioners. Miss I .. .,. < Farmers' Market here during the A good many farmers of the At that time freeholders In the ;
Two( have felt that five
| residents( of the B. JacobsLjme Ruth Johnson is early part of the week. Pyramidsof county two districts will decide whetheror Showing a surprising amount of ,
1J package was a little too muchto '
supervisor of the I per not will be consolidatedinto Interest and upsetting predictionsof
i 11, i," on the night of May green ears piled high dotted the for commission at the
been captured In New : Women's ProJ- charge one, and will elect three trus- a "very light vote In the second ; '.:
13 hnv. p long platform as ,Bradford growers Starke Farmer's Market In view J
following a shooting I[ects in the Coun- tees who will take office thirty primary 2,059: ballots were mark- ,
I york i "V: poured 4,000 dozen Into the mar- of the fact that most of the produce -
Binghampton N.I' ty. days later If the Issue carries. If ed here Tuesday--only twenty per"i '
with two ket In
one day-Monday
scrap' In and crates has
Ilte'lIves The two women hampers the consolidation Is voted down, cent less than those cast In the 1
h men I I This flood of corn was characterized been bringing A good bit lesa than flist 3. f
the old board of trustees will remain primary May
left : t
are ( )
who raided a midtown .
"flush In the $100
kit"c as a pan"however per package. Consequently \"
I Mrs. Jessie Norton i in office until next; spring. On the basis of unofficial re- '
I hotel found Harry Edwards, dry weather havingshortenel fit n meeting of the managing
I suffering from a I who has <; ; Millage! for the district will also turns, P. D. Reddish was appar- 1 ',:
40, m bed! gun- ( the crop and It was rotimlttoe lust Friday afternoonthe
I' been in the work bu voted on at this time ently elected, county commissioner
In his right elbow. An ;4
hoi wound .,. freely predicted that market man- commission price was loweredto I
for three I .. .. from district one over the incumbent S <
1OUI later his companion, Robert | years ageis would be "scouring the a flat rate of five percent of t
and Mrs. I J, M Rosier by a margin of \ 1
33. was seized as he j (right) woods" sold
Howard( I for corn before the week i la the price received for produce i3iAth61thMAY three

the hotel lobby. Cora Edmondson, .. ,. out. votes. The count was Red 4 t
[ valued into | ---- --- '- ---- -- --- '.- through the market This will
dish 207 Rosier 204 The outcome :
two in the
Chi i .n In which the men made years During the first seven days mike commission equitable and I p
sewing room. They say the work Is "pleasant and interesting and we of this race could possibly be ,k ,
fair to all whether
New York was found producers they INTERVENEIN
the run to I since Its opening here Tuesday, the
changed by opening of absentee !
like it fine. In the background and comforts
at Blnghampton. Itwa are quilts that have are selling built produce or packaged '
abandoned I May 17, the market has handled ballots this morning but it U J

i the one stolen here two weeks i not yet been turned over to the commodity supervisor for distributionto approximately $2,236,32 worth of !goods The committee will not believed there will be a sufficient ,

entered the I needy in Bradford County. at In welcome suggestions that any SUIT J' I I" '
ago when the convicts I persons They are engaged present pioduce more than half of which any number of these to make a i

Jacobs home holding up Mrs. Jacobs -j, making a "Maple Leaf" quilt which, will be displayed in Jacksonville amount is accounted for by the farmers may have at any time as difference ,

and her son-In-law Jack Wil- | soon with work done by sewing rooms In other parts of the state, sale of sweet corn. to how to conduct the operationsof \ ''I.. "
the market to make it HileyVaRlIn., of Graham, was .' ':
Hams When found it contained I There are five sewing rooms including the comfort factory, in The following figures were quoted more Hopes To Collect10 elected county commissioner from ', 1
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profitable to the The 1one
tin, sawed-off shotgun and revolver Bradford County; two In Starke, one each In Hampton Graham and by J, S. Llenby manager!; representing growers. district four over W. IT Griffin of I' t
In the hold-up committee wishes to emphasizethe Amount FromRailroads ,
ised staging
Lawtey. Ninety-eight women are employed in the five units and articles produce handled duringthe fact that the market belongs Hampton by a vote of 216 to 126. "

he | ranging from quilts to window curtains are made. I first week: 7,034 dozen corn It" to the farmers of Bradford Coun Mr Gilffln was high man in the 'p.:i !

officer\ who made the arrest 18c; 80 bushels potatoes Hi 65c; first :
I Two days per month the women may sew for themselves. For ty and that it will be operatedIn primary \ ,
t hut Edwards was wounded In | 333 hampers beans It 55c; 8t 1' "' f'
sat snap
non-profit organizations like schools churches, women's clubs, etc., In way that they wish it R: J, Lewis of Drooker, incumbent : ,
an exchange of shots with Bing- j hampers butter beans li $1 50; 63 A suit whereby Bradford County 'l
articles made free of if material achool board! member from I 1 ,
ale chaige Is furnished. Recently However for the benefit of )
who strawberries 83
hampton policemen sought | crates < $1.25; hopes to collect $$24,331 plus diet ,
rk't three !
I will remain .
In this1)111cc '
them curtains have been made for the sun pallor of the women a club here, cucumbers, 'u $1.35 69 those who find It bard to understand -
to question as suspicious hampers ; hll crest was materially strengthened defeating M. t ,
characters Both officers were I furniture has been upholstered for the school, uniforms made for the hampers squash (ffi SOc; 565 hampers why the market must charge this week( as Flotillas of L'attet'Son" I
I Hampton, by a vote of 320 to
wounded one sei loudly, The con- i rhythm band and articles made for some of the churches. peas 'ii'' 60c; 20 hampers pep- 'a fee for handling the produce and line railroads withdrew their objections 285. r,

vlci* will be sent to Binghampton j The sewing rooms provide work and a means of livelihood to near- pers It 85c; 21 crates tomatoes ip why a mun.iger must be at hand to the intervention of If ': 'j
I "t all times the committee wants This county stayed In the I ,
on ,-nnrgea of first degree assault I'Supel'lntl'ndent j' ly 100 families In Bradford County and. serve a good purpose and no $1 ; 1 bushel onions f/ 75c; 3 crates counties In the tallioad tax. : Hfilts solidly :
T E Duncan column for
to mnke It clear that the reasonsare slate'sttoiney : t"
L F Chapman little credit for the skillful and high volume of work produced Is due oranges ii 7Sc; ; 5 hampers cab- that: The action was taken following In the Eighth); Judicial ,

'aid this week that the two men to the supervisor Miss Ruth Johnson. bage Ji> 75c. signing of stipulations by J, Veima
Circuit. Rivinghim almost thice to I d
escaped while riding on a truck j i ito .T_ O_ Rnvft I IM nnw pmnlnvml fti. 1. There must be someone In Keun. representing' the counties.Attoinoy --- -- .- .. -. : ,: t,.: I
-- J over ;&"cn. 11 iiouglas. The 'I, .
work from a prison camp near night man at the market, which touch with the buyers at all times Geneial George C Gibbs; vote t'" : I

Branford. They Jumped off the : ROTARIANS ONLY 4 PERCENT stays open Twenty-four hours a to advise them as to what produceis repiebenting Comptroller J. M. I 524. was Duncan 1.531Douglas

slowly moving vehicle, grabbed the I HEAR SHEFFIELDDISCUSSES day. Trucks arrive to pick up available in the county. Lee, W. J. Oven counsel for the '

gun of a guard riding in a trailer UNEMPLOYEDIN produce all during the night he 2, It Is better for someone to Seaboard Air Line Railway, and Klwyn Thomas was Bradford's .:' );' "

and forced the driver to give them j PROBLEM OF -ays, sometimes us often as one get the growers and buyers together W, K Kay general solicitor for choice for Supreme Court Justice ,', I
the Atlantic Coast Line after its native son, Truman' O. ) ,
than for
tie truck i CONVICTS AFTER (i-very' half hour it to happen by Raili'oad1
I GOVERNMENT CENSUS 1937 Futch, was eliminated In the first ,
chanco. Including taxes the railroads ,1
Edwards was under a twenty- PAROLEA SHOWS At the old market near the depOt The, ( ,
estimated primary vote Tuesday was ,, ,
ale to the 4
five sentence for armed robbery 3, The market manager must owe
bean end-
year shipi' ng practically : ,:
Thomas 929, J, Tom Watson 705
in Pine lias County and was thought-provoking message The fliiitl.. report on the Covunitric ed last week with the movementof convince himself that each buyer .state a total of 367231700. ';! ,';"' '!

sentenced March 12, 1937. ) was brought to the Rotary Club nt'a unemployment census, con- 600 hampers at prices ranging who uses the market Is absolutely The railroads' objected to the K: S. Matthews, of Starke, mem- I 1 t '

Howard was given fifty years Wednesday by L O. Sheffield, ducted several months ago shows from 45c to 55c; per hamper. honest and that we will have no counties being permitted to Intervene her of the State Railroad Commis.i.iijion / i'The

for I l- i king and entering with Intent chaplain of the State Prison Farm: less than four percent of Biadt'ord's crooked buyers using the market several months ngo and whose name appeared on the j I ,,
As Is the case at the State mar-
IC' I who delved into the problems that Judge J. H Johnson, after first ballot although bin first primary '
listed of
to( commit a felony in Dado population as totally ket, coin and have dominated in a means stealing our produce ( j

," \' He was sentenced March confront the man convicted of unemployed. the scene peaK with 20,000 dozen at prices far below the mar' sustaining I the objections, decided' opponent, IJruce Davis, withdrew

)is I "':tt, i iumlindent nime, not only during his Imprisonment The figures were as follows: To- ket in favor of the. counties on are-I 1'1 Oifl the race, received a total of : '
i ars of corn 2,000 hampers :
,.. ,," I Chapman said'I but also after he is released tally unemployed 30'); male 170 of peas bring shipped from the 4, Someone must bo present, to I I reaiing when Coniptiollci Lee urgcd -, 985 votes. 1,11
after" serving his sentence that the counties were vital In spite of the fut: s .that. only'
F'; ""Il' |nson authorities would' female 139 Emergency:: workers depot market see th'it some! semblance of order ; ,
In spite of efforts of prison officials 239 mTle 18S, female 101 Partlyunemployed maintained mound I the market parties to the suit nnd uliould bu 500 lean 1'1'01'11'' voted TucMdiiy than "I
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in" jiiist for return of the I
to make prisoners into belle In the biii-f bean season, 23,600hampers i I I permitted to defend their aIlKeJlI !!- OI May 3, the picture around the J '
242 male 105! female
pi "<1"1> i to this State. ; ; proper.
II' | sold with
\ r men and fit them for a useful 4T wcte un I I mUll tit. It was (torn this decision 1 polls thl.1 week was vastly different i :
I: '1\\i I 5, re-cord showed arrests return to growers of $1,650 5 If for any reason n farmer : I
life after their parole, ninety out that the railroads; appealed to theSupreme than In the first pilmaryVoters '1 '
II l V.' IM"k to 1910 and two prevl01 of a hundred employers ore prejudiced -' The population of the county as a very poor season experienced! wishes to get back to the farm 't.Dismissal I were uppirently: content. to "' ;

: < n 1"1' the first from the shown by the 1930:: census was observers say Prices!: all season re- right away for another loud or euHt their ballot I" '
against employing an ex- of those appeals, with and l go on home I
RII ,.i i ,. i N .J I, ) reformatory while ': 8,103. Of this number 3,770 were mnltied below the sixty-five cent for any other reason the market '
said He or back to work Instead of
convict, Mr. Sheffield !: I prejudice Dud tin usu-'umont. ofeounsti hangIng I
lei male, and 4.635 female; 6,670 were for few manager will at his request soil : I
Inir n grand) larceny sentence murk except a early shipments mound for
to excitement
how these men are ever looking
II". .,,., il I .it Newark In 1917, and white and 2,730 were colored, his produce for him. This i in simply on ways and means of fauilll.iUiig ;, ;, : j
if or for to ,
become useful citizens again no the Introduction of curtain waiting !something: hup-
thsecond I another service which the manager
from Great Meadows to lend them u helping ---- The following reports are for pen.
one is willing types of evidence and tCHtlniony !-

(IN Y i prNon in 1931 after hit > hand after they regain their Poppy Sale SaturdaySaturday the past two weeks shipping at 'I Is capable of performing.The means that these cases, involving Inspectors In precinct two. (the :'

arnst in New Rochelle N Y., for in Starke and market Is beginning oporat'on
I'reedom. If law-abiding people do the depot pl.ilform: upptoxlmately' $..1,000.000of county's largest, were through 11

CIII' injf a revolver : not befriend them they will soon will thousands be Poppy'of Day towns in ill quotations are for hampers unless I at' n very unfavorable time I delinquent lullroml taxes, will counting: the shout ticket by ten -1

I :I"". I loceived, and fall Starke and in otherwise stated: 40O baby of the yeir -Just ns the peak of
a twenty-five yeT trturn to their old haunts expedite tile cases. o'clock In contrast with tin first l J
eiitemc foiloY/lng his'' throughout the United Stoles. Millions lima beans at $1.SO; 200 tomatoes the son son Is past The ,
in Florida in with the bad company that red will bevurn (1IlnJlty// Tha first arguments will come primary, when thiy did not finish ,
an, t of bright popples at $1,25: ,1'00( cucumbers at $1.10; and quantity, pin' !
in Match 19,17 for robbery. : piobably Kent them to prison in % In America'w annual tribute ; Kliday, June 3, on two Count Line until round l Hi ice o'clock: In the }*,'
of the Is not
150: : at $05; Sos( Ford Hook quality produce as
Howard ave- his i rcsllence ns the first place the chaplain_ said. |, in_.. th.'nrltl. War dead. Theiio'xs'rs R .,...,.,,,,1.. ,an. .... ....... _I'nno,. noan\'_ .. .,, I --- -- -- -- -- -------- -
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ai ; UfJV lOn'I"
Emi' Flu,: The need of more uniform sen- l umii we inS PO.IJ canvassing board will meet r i ,
his record other In
fingerprint : will be sold here under theSIOnSOIxhIP up CUSIH (quick suc- ,
Hence, It is going to require ,lust "
list I'd vnrlons arrests for larceny tenccs ior the Hume type of crime I of the Jones-Lanffford-i berries at $1.50. cession, Is hopeful that most of today (Kilduy) In the court house lJ" ") ,
t'inl much more work on -
ami! out by Mr Sheffield.! I -- ---- evpryon.'A to m.ilce the vote offlcl.il 0
irjrliry.) \ : Including, one in was brought the litigation; urn be dented
White 1 Post of the American Legion I part to make the market n away ;
New York), |In 1924 for which| heI, He stated that recently two men'were I I Gel $2,000 Extraflraslforci. surrr-HS The market i lx deeply and the law of usseusiiig lailiofiilstij .-- 5, .- 1 1DUNCAN \ ::1
iis sentenced sent to the prison both for cstabliHhud Florida,
to Sing Sing prison I --- --- I arinteful for. the fine cooperation uly by the WINS ,
well n'l other
for ten armed robbery One was sentenc- a < as I to.n I L
years. i the clone of
ilplemu tjy
J Ills List arrest was In Miami in''I ed to one year and one to life imprisonment -i j Duncan Thanks Lrlorij I IP, I'Otmtlos t vi III receive un given by most of the farmers /11101 l this J'Frtl, OVER DOUGLAS "J;,I I I.IUD.E i

March for practically the I tia $1.OGO! fiom the distributionof iges every farmer to patronize ,__
) it)3Q):: where he was given The following/ telegram was received i - .
'he market as much as he possiblycan. ) THOMAS DEFEATS
a Some states are now race track funds.! Half will go f:
fifty-year* sentence in the Florida same clime. Wednesday: from T. E: Duncan ,
WP are trying to build something RAIN ENDS WATSON IN ONLY !
prison central sontencingagency to the Board of County
camp. i p'advocating a ; : "I am taking this space in I ,
!' and half to the commlR-1' of real and listing benefitto s'rATl:-w1Dh RACE: ,
IENDICOTT. I I that will weigh the eviI your paper to extend my heartfelt :'sioners DRY SPELL
all Bradford but It Ingoing
N.Y., May 25. j I I I dence in each case cooly and Im- ,: thanks to the people of Bradford ;i Lourcl Each:: county in to take the combined efforts Unofficial returns! from almost : I :

After joking with courtroom attendants ''I I personally and mete out sentences, : County for the wonderful vote I has received 21251.15 from this of all our people LITTLK:: DAMAGE DONE I' every, precinct in the circuit indicated I

two fugitives from a >i. he said I| they gave to me in the primary of source slightly less than wan sent TO CHOPS IN THIS J yesterday that T. K Duncan I !

'lorid. chain gang Hairy Dore-I| Wayne Miller secretary of the I I May 24 .I them the previous, year. If you have produce which will COUNTY I won the Job of stale's attorney j
-- he ready soon let the market man ,I
40, and Robert 33 Lake City Chamber of Commerce, In the Eighth Judicial Circuit ; ,I
w\ ager know and It In entirely possible Light rains! began to fall here
examination today on first I and Christy Summers, secretaryof RETURNSFOR I by a majority of around 2,500 t I". ,
(ni'ltrce UNOFFICIAL that he will be able to sell thIs: week just as things began to
assault charges arising the Hamilton County Chamber votes over his opponent Zach. It.Douglas. t
I before It Is harvested. look serious for of ,
from' your produce even pretty glowers
a gun battle with two Endl- 0: Commerce were guests at this BRADFORD COUNTY2nd I Both men were from .
ctl If some of your friends sweet corn and other truck crops. I
policemen that this coun- '
last weekNicholas meeting and urged Gainesville.
"TlticUe the market please try to Although the soil was apparentlybone i t,
Set'g'ant Cordilione, ty send a delegate to Atlanta on Election May 24 1938 I In the only state-wide race that
shot Primary -plain to them Just what the dry on the surface there I
through the left hand in the Monday May 30, to protest was not decided In the first primary II
gun narket Is trying to do: and can do must have been considerable reserve -
battle, was the complainant. against an application of the G. F for Bradford County. moisture unduineath for Circuit Judge Elwyn Thom- j:" I

Detective Russell S. Seaver suf- 8t Railroad to cut down on Its J as', of Fort Pierce defeated J. Tom '" t t

tered! powder burns on the face, runs between Valdosta and Palatka. z No one connected with the market ciops In tins section stayed remarkably Wutson. of Tampa, former Hills- : f

"oremus.. wounded in the left arm This line passes through >Cd 0 a:, "<' 2u r.Ja.J< -t.J: : In has a selfish motive Everyone green during the dry borough County legislator for Justice i\1 f!

Chatted with Cordilione while Hampton and this county shouldbe k f-< f-< = ...a: 8 at connected with the marketIn upell. Corn and Lima bean bore of the State Supreme Court. '
I at ,. t.J.. f-< tho brunt of what little ,
.. rJJ rJJ Is doing his. deadlevelbest damage ,'
awaiting the run any way
in keeping Unofficial from 1.23of
arraignment. I I interested 0( a: < ::: Cd o: 0 there I ,
Darned If I know," he told the ,' /as it I is now, they said, 51 ZrJJQ = f-' Z 3 F. to make It a success for the was the state's 1,330 precincts gave '

""geant. "how I missed you and it | -_____ I _I I .iJ' I. '0' 'D 1 ..I. co I Ii good of the county More, and As this Is being written a driz- Thomas! 145,577 and Watson 101695. ,- I'
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trucks visiting the market rain IA
oesn t seem ponsible that I could more are zling falling Just the kind ( :

miss Sea .' I School Court 2 I I I every day and are hauling off that growers welcome alter a long I
vel' Agent Attends Supreme Group Ir'TT[ [ I : --- -- ----- -
Howard I 74 40 103' 929 truck l a'ls' of produce. The farmers dry spell' It it would keep up fora
volunteered 37 ,
to COUI.trOom ThOMAS / Flanagan Dies n
....__ ,_ T K. MrClane /
.. Agent have been I II
-- ."":n tti'in jr, was in Gainesville LOtS ween v4i1.-J.'s on luring the first week and If the' be back to normal they any I Haul l.imignn.' 04, lieU lust Friday .j'

new heck to get picked up in attending the tobacco grading R.R. Commission, Group 1il.v"'I" --I 'I I I"I I market receives that same continued at the home of Elliot William 'I '
York With
Ida" State and not In Flor- school conducted by the State MATTHEWS ,1SG32218: 27 83 33: 2jlll; 985 co-operation It will undoubtedly the arrival of ruin thetirat near Starke, where he made his
He wave, which sent Starkeites
and Doremus said they Service at 8th Cir I \ I I II 1 I residence Funeral services were
Extension I
"caped from Agricultural State Attorney, J r I be a great success scurrying to Klngttley Lake was _
a Florida prillonamp University of Florida- The 92115'109; 61 28 6-11; 524 held Monday afternoon at 2:30: ':
( Frl1ay I I the DOUGLAS : 141 ----.- also broken Thermometer readings _

"You d have May done 13. the same I I agents were shown, samples of tobacco DUNCAN ::298'462315' : 41//130, 34: 57195:1535, : ,: Week I dropped from the uncomfortable o'clock in the Kingsley Lake Baptist _
Tax List Next
fromi 44
I grades Church. Interment wait In tha ,
am i /*."' Howard told Theodore of various County Comm Dlst. One I f I I nineties to the more enJoy- ,

J j, Xulnhart Mayor -i Washington, and explained how to REDDISH 12071 I I 207 The list of delinquent taxs In I able eighties. Kingsley Lake Cemetery under direction '

Weeks< "after a few I recognize: United States grades of -- I "rnd.'ord: County will begin run- of Key McCabe Funeral I _
in 2fH
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a Florida / i H I
chain gang will be ROSIEH:201: I I Home of Jacksonville! Mr Plant:
i the leaf The Information / Ing in the next Issue of the Tele.raph -,

at the fldicott police booked the pair i, of material assistance to the County Comm Dint Four II I I I I II ; June 3 Law require that Cemetery Working gan was a native of Dnvls, W Va, -'

Right lifter Eloorae County Jail last i agents in aiding growers with GRIFFIN ,I I i 15 921 19 12(. ax; books In the county close the I| A cemetery working will be held nnd came to Stuike eighteen yea is

from New an automobile trip their tobacco! marketing i iI \ WASDIN I 70 95 51 216 Irst of April and that tax collec-, at Kingiley Lake Thursday. June 'go from. Scottsvllle, V'a lie Is _

York. I .------- School Board, Dist Threej I I or shall advertise delinquent 2. All persons interested, are expected I survived by two brothers Howard '
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1'Clatoe1l-- Industriesof LEWIS I Ii"" 62 361 22200 320 .axes aa soon as he can compile to come and bring; lunch Flanagan and G-.rlnnd! Flanagan.

Cent! water contain about 78 per I I Chief Aden manufacturing are clgareU and salt. WATTERSON ,._ il I I I 22,155 r 501 58 285 hU lists. I. baskets and tools to work with. I I both ui cott8 W". Vit. _ _

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GRAHAMMr Breaks With Britain I, KMKTEKV: UOKKING I ,"f" .i Ito < St .it"ri in, .' "'f Mndlfnlli \()'rJf'FJ OF H "...: Of T\X I /, In.,. hi "IM uiii.uinlllKt,,. to *".(' 31 I I '' :T'.u. 'IK of t tit. i ---
I ]"..nic sii'd' Wnatiiioi.-laiid' Street < Kll,,I'lFICtTKHVOTICK 1"/1. ..I. i"UN "i tifli< ut .. t toKether with I"I he r..l.i\vln. | ilt ,
*. I.. C. Smith, Cotrrf<-nd..t A cemetery working will be held 12n i f.-ttt theiu-a IZaMt ut right ; : 1M IIKUKHV IIIVEX hint t f-.ilir. i-iin.Mil' omitted or Leviedi.i the ('..lint\ of |II i ,"|
at New River Cemetery in the New iiiiKli-N I... nld !stni'tin t t..t. \ I II Reddish I has filed I wit h I \' C will I" "old to the highest. Floi'Ida, I tu-wll I
of BowlIng I tlien. e Ninth 420 f.,. i t" point m',. wiliti-u I leijin-tt' that the tax bidd.-i HI I Ihi' dun' ,iliDiisidooi III I Lots "i, 'llilk I 1. "
_ Mrs. Lee Youngblood. River Church ;yard Thursday June of' lii-crlimlnfc u In u I-IN|< |IIH addition i c't' liriiaten lofrethci,, with rill ..unselli Klin'111- oil the 27111' dnv of Mm, 1938 Addition to Slit' I k, ,
Green returned to her homeThursday 9 Everyone Is welcomed and dln- 'to Tn w' n of H'a"cp! and de"- ..lit omitted, I fir" le\led taxes held .I1 I I II 'no "',,IoIl'I. A. M.Imtid siv of :NVt.1: w' ,
_ night after upending nei will be on the s.--R. R. iKnated. on. map of sanit" BH by I the State be advertised and soldlo till the 71 h dny of May Tp 8 8 R 22, ,I-: .
groun "Clark's 2-acie 131tt'k" In S..os:922 the highest' bidder for cash a. 1H.18 The tax.-H to i h,. H,,.1|,| ,
evrriit lays with her daughter Andrews Clerk. 2t :tion Township 0 South' provided bv Chapter 18218 of the (OFFICIAL SHVL) by certlflcatiNON I I II. I. .j

Mr. J A. .1. McKlnney Sect, and containingtwo linl ails of the LiHKlslatura.. uponi A. J. THOMAS! spectlvelv, and n-p, .', 'I.
--.-- acres, mora or less i follnwlMK I desi i I Ibed I real I t'statu Clerk of Circuit Court of tn ass for I ho y-H1? ,I. 11114.

Mr. and Mrs. H. D Roger of The first oil well And you mid each of you, And III the (',,"n.y. of Bradford, State! of Rradford County, Florida. both Inclusive, mm,,in,. Ill!,
Winter Garden spent Sunday flowing was all persons In ln>tr.Ht are ordered Florida to-wit: I 51331627.. ALSO: Nh'" of si':'i., -. T I
drilled at Titusvllle, Pa., in 1859. and required to appear In said I,,it (I. 7. 8, Hlk 1(1( tnwtsy Went I 5 8. R il B. i. ,", ,, ,
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L cease on !Monday June 6th. 19S8 toanswer of Ry. Lec. 23 Tp. R 8. n 23 53.The ). OF StLFI OF 'r,x Acres, more or ICHI. II .: fl

C. Smith. --- said. Kill of Complaint. HO taxes. to be mild are evidenced NOTH'K..Il'I'tFh(. tI'1'5Norlrn The taxes to, IH. Hull|,| ,
_ There are more than 6,000 exhibited I against.1 you as defendants, l>y certificate' No. 127 & 245 of 1933 IS HISHKHV 1IVKN: that by certificate. NOH, I HI 7 I l"I '"
Mrs. H. Wilson attended the falllnK I which a dome. pro confevaowill and 1934 respectively and represent Lula J. Nicholson ban filed with 1IJ1 and 1933 respei i Is" ,'' Of
Christian missionaries in India. be entered against you and unpaid taxes for the yea re 1931 to resent the unpaid ,
funeral' of her niece Mrs. Addle I me written request that the tax iu"f, ;
each of you. 593*, both Inclusive amounting to with all subsequent years 1910': to 1938 I h"flt,, l!
certificate together ,
Jackson, of Hampton Monday. It la further ordered that tills' no- tI27111.AI.fotO'! omitted or levied taxes held amounting; to $71 1,1: 'I...
TRAIN SCHEUULE: lIce be published week for Ott. SubDivisionIn Still
once a Lot tax
Mrs. George Rivers spent the four consecutive bv the State be advertised and sold certlflcnten t.... 1"1 ,
week In the Bradford
all *
East Lawtey. subsequent
Schedule of trains arriving here omitted .
to the blithest bidder for cash as ,
week-end with her sister. Mrs. County Telegraph a newspaperhaving The taxes to be sold are evidenced taxes will ba sold *
18298 of the I"I.
at Fairbanks. daily. Subject to change without a general circulation and tiv certificate, Nos. 243 and 750 of provided by Chapter bidder at the t'ounihi5.., /,. I1ISb( ".
Lee Howard
Orle 11137 acts nf the Legislature upon ,
I notice. published In Bradford County Flor- tEll and 1933 respectively, and represent Starke on the 27th IIII '
Mrs. I. J. Mlckle. of Gainesville Ida.DONE the unpaid taxes for ttiyeara the following desirlbed real estateIn of at II I ::00 o'clock A 1\1. "f u I"":
her mother. Mrs. F. Southbound-Due Starke : and ORDERED: nt Starke 1930 to 1938 both Inclusive, the County of Dindford State Dated this the 7th hits

was visiting No. 1-Local!_______ 10:48: p. m. Florida this 5th day of Slay A. D. amounting- to $5894 Florida Lots ,10 to-wit& II :Ott'B Sub-DIv, KastLawtev. u: it. lit x.
H. Griffin Monday night.Mr. 1935.OFFICCAL. ALSO: NKV, of HBH' Kx N 420 OFFICIAL anaL
No. 10T-Through.___ 9:03: a.m. ( Sec. 2.1, 24, 25, 28 Tp. 5 )
and Mrs. Leon Wynn of ) ft. Sec 84 Tp. 7 8. K. 22 IS, Con- A. .1. THOMAS
S R. 2 2 E ,
A. J.
Northbound Duo Starke THOMAS. tnlnlnft18 A..ru. more or less Clerk of .
cir.- '
evidencedbv Ui ,
some time Clerk of circuit ( The taxes to be sold are i"
Tampa, are spending Court The taxes to he mild are evidencedbv Bradford II
with relatives. No. 2 Local_______ 6:15 a. m- Bradford County Florida. certificate No. 1551 of 1933:!, reipectlvely certificate NOH 127 and 749 of 11-13.3t-5.17. CoUntN F1"r'lOTI ..
1928 and 1911: respectively, and represent -
No. 108-Through____ 5:04: p. m. T Frank L..nell'um and represent the unpaid. unpaid taxes for the
_ Mlasea Myrtle and Mildred Attorney for Plaintiff. taxes for the 1932 to 1938 year. -
years '-
Starke and Wannee Branch 6-8-5t-6-3. both amounting to $39.53. 1927 to 1938. both Inclusive amounting % I-:
Thomas spent the week-end with I MEXICO CITY Owen St. I tn $13 79Said NOTICE IS
No leaves Said: tax certificates together with HKRI3> 'II,,
101 Starke 7:00 "
: a. m.
their aunt.. Mrs. Pearlle Starling-: Clair O'Malley, the British Minister -- -- .. -- ...M. .. __ __ __ ._. all ..l,hM"OIl..nO nmlltttrl nr Levied .tax certificates .toRvther. with, !all whom, !. It may con, ,, .1\":.. 10.
at LaCrosse. | to Mexico, who was advised I L'40. K arrives ecarxe: :iou: p. m. "' ..r' ur' .. ". ..r. ., .. (.ix--W: lrj, ..,.1"---' the highest' all I subsequent omitted or i.evien nave riled my Final n. "
C.1RT.FU'A'r.111NOTtCE sold to the highestIidtler Fcutor
taxes will be of
I he .
Rstnt ,,
-- --.--- lam, week that the Mexican government Dally except Sundays IS: HIOHICHV GIVEN that I bidder. at the Courthouse dour In at the Courthouse door InHllIl'k. 1\[. Taylor and will ,, ,I' ""rl"
n th.lime.
Stuuik the 27th ilnv of May 1938.
had broken off relationsand Seaboard Airline Railway.T. 10him lewis has filed with me written at 11:00: on o'clock A. M .. on 'the 27th dnv, of May, 1938 A. D. 1938 uppU ,". ", or'
nnOTSEJ"SlA'ACTI request that the tax certificates
00 o'clock A. M. K. }
at 11 ; I'errymnn Cnunu'
recalled Its envoy to Great J. GRIFFIN Agent. together with all subsequent oinltil 1938OFFICIAL Dated. this the 7th day of May, Dated I thl,. the 7th day ...rTay.. Hi'Mil fnr.I Ctunty. f", Miss Fife Crawford Cor. --- - -- tOlea'led i taxes held by the State Ill IXIDFFICIAL Kxecutor6l3.4t.63.: b
Britain because of "the not very ITUB rofllT OP TIIK COI'VTT l Iou 11(nUortlK and Hold' to the hlnh"t ( SKXL' ) SR\L' ) CYI1I'.t I ,
friendly attitude of the British ..I nfa, till "I..onn .' !"%- tilddi for cash an provided by A. J. THO.MAH \
("ceil Crawford. Robert Craw- TV. KI.OHII> \. IN 111011 "'1'.:. Chapter;'; 18218 of the 1917 actS of the Cleric of Clri-uit Couit of Clerk, of Cinult t Court of -
Government toward the Mexican I,.i'wlslatui'H. the fnllowliiKf1isiilbed I Itradford County Florida. I .
foid. and. Earle Chesser. of this IN HRKSTATK: upon I-I I '1.H-r.27. Brnd r"'d County Florida > O'I'U':
I Government."' flP II H iiuMpiiniY.I..I real entaliIn the c'ouutvif 1. -I -31.11-27. NOTICE is iinnn( : \
flection were business visitors to U ('E.\lIof> Ilradf.iid Stan* of Florida, to- -- -- ------ 't'/linni, It nin\' ..i.i', "'
Jji k.sonvllle Saturday. I % M.VOTICI 'OTU'JoJ u'I Iir II '
I : F: 1101 mm.nv,: CIIVK.V: that A In X\V C'oi. "r NV," ofNWiO1O I ( rit1IFICTK4NOT1CK ; ; ('iit'i'I: l"ie a.i.I-14 lltlon. for 'lnal I lit.. I h, u
A large crowd from this section here with her grandparents Mr. the micli-mlKn.Ml, will on the 2 thrtny ) ft. N S bv dim" Ft. IS IIKUKHY: lIVEN that NOTICH I is Hi-in-iiv: I IIIVKN: thntI tor of Estate: Fun, i'
-ittemled the ,revival at Corinth -' of Filly. A 11. 1'llS. nntcnl I" I t-: ,cv MetS5 Vp 0 8. R. 22 II 1 C' Conner has ftlud with ( I \ Robi-rtx, ban. fll.il with I diu.,'UHorl. and ..n i ..1 1 1., r
i arH Mrs. L. N. Murrhee. the Honm-iibl1,: Counlv Jiulffe ofnarlfnid I V 1 ir .\,.,....., & N 1050 ft of mivtltten. reciTiest' that the taxi tat,,* \\iliten, t.i*.III..t| i Inn tht. tax Juno' 1M8! will ask i ,.
Church last week ( (''."ltly. Klorkln hlu final NWI, of NVVVi\ Kx: K 6 .\ .,...... ..- it ,IK'ate* togethervlth all sub.M ..t-i.h. tiriiateH' '''Ie'''''''''' vvith nil ulis. Vrivman, Counts I IM, li". J
Mr and Mrs J. L. Gaaklns and I Mrs. Wilbert Crawford and baby r.'t tiiiM, Hfinunt (inil voucher BH ArtmlnlHtnitor 11.V 15 Acri-H Sec' 35 Tp. n' 'I Until. onilttHii" I i or levied, taxes heldbv ...|,ii..,ill,, nniltti-d ol, li\iid tuxoh held. ford County Floililn,, i Id.
H tv! :State be ndvelttsed and. sold I bth... si.itIn. advert sod and soldin ltl ,
of this section spent the week-end mm loMtnmento nnnexoill U. li., rontalnlnir 10 Acres. l5vltarge
family of Water Oak section were I l h''n ti non of the Kutate of K S. nnt-I., or less. to iv| hlKlK'sl littler. for cash as i iii" lilNThe-i lilddi-i foi, i ash. aspioxld.d ,.. o TAVI.. .'I|: i
visiting friends and relatives in I \la Jacksonville with her sister I Humphrey tt'etapd. and at Hnld The I 'lnnvlili-d' bv Chapter 18298 of S the In Cliupti, .i r I M2ll 1 ( of I.the 5-20-lt-e-10.
taxes to lie Id evidenced'
HI a"r' .
I l'fl7 H.-IN' nf thin Legislature,
Miss\. MIttie Prevatt. I Min, then nnd them, make itpplliiitliin bv icrtlflcate. : I upon -
this section Sunday afternoonMr NOH I lt'lfi: of I 1113! re- the folliiwlnir. described real estate
tn the said .Indira 1 r"I' a finalMittlpm
and Mrs. Phillip Sullivanand I MI' and lira. W. H Greene and <>iit of hIs HdnilnlHtrRtion of uqec'tla-n-ty taxes fin,' the and yenrx,--ot-1112':' esent to 1118 unpaid both I.. tho Coiintv. to- lt-of Mi-adford .State ofh.'i'tnidiu

children of Jacksonville j children returned to their home Mild ewtnte.,.. him nnil such for An AdmlnlHtrator order dlftrhnrnln Im-liiMlve, amoiintlnir to $18.37. :NIJii' of 1 MV: | .Set35 Tp 6 S. R
I n"
AI..SO! : I.ola 1. 2. :.1, 4. 5. A of
spent Sunday here visiting her here after spending the past week oum tentnmento annexo da huntS IIIU .18 .'....Addition to Slarke. 22 n.less: containing- AIICH, moreor

mother Mrs. Jean Gnsklns. I In Lake I non. I I N of 1th' St In :SW1' r.f
City visiting friends and Pntetl; MilK., the I 11th day of fay.A NWlt. Tbe 'taxes to ",' sold tire evidencedbv '. I
See 2t
TI" fJ S. II 22 II
Darby Cask Ins and J. D. Carter relatives.A D. 111RIIKIIMAX. The taxes| to hittid certificate NOB. 683 of 1930 rospectlxelv. -

of this section were business large crowd from this section Administrator: H. cum WHinilAM.textnnientnnnnexo I .Ity. n-i 1'1111,...,.. :No 1.2ii(are of evidenced lit.13:! re.1'.1 taxes' for. the flout yeam represent' 1929 to unpaid 1931

visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. attended church at Evergreen rln honk non of the KHtate mxes I l\ely for the and years teptenent 1932 to 1138 unpaid both both I IncltlsKe' aninuntlns t I tn $51 I 51Kald !
Little Clot lei liooory, of Doctors -, Saturday night and Sunday. ""i-27-91-7-83 of II H. Humphrey. Deceased I Inclusive. aiitountliiir I, to $I 5:1.72.: all subsequent. oniti ted together or Levied with

Inlet Is spending this week ."I.S(1' dim ,lit H\V cor of SWVi taxes, will be sold to the highest
of NRl, A Run N 2(14( ft.. 13 :110!: bidder at the (Courthouse door In
WOOIJu1WN >o'r''l T.'t..itl4 ftV mil ft, to flog! Hturkc nn the 27th diiy of May 1938at .
NOTICE: IS IIRKKHV O1VRV to Soc .12 '!'I'| < S' R 22 F.., con- It :nn o'clock A. 53.Inttl .
PLEASANT TO TAKE Mrs. Oscar (C'nrter Cor. nit ft'hnm It may concern that T havu taming I 2 acres, less, h thin the 71 li day of May
There Is no need to take .i harsh filed niy '.n\r".rl\ nnd will on I The I tuxes to hi sold e.e. evidenced till'
laxative! There Is the 2ntii tiny A T> 1918,1iniilv I bv certificate Nc s. 384 and 1287 of (OFF"'I.10r.1! :
n gentler way Norman-I'revatt I to the Itonnrnlil I .. n. K, 1H1! amid IIM1:!:! restiectlvelv anti rep A. .1.
to relieve i I'tintitv. ."..1...,.. .p..rry-// THOMAS
constipation! Just get i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt announce nun ffii | resent the unpaid taxos fur the ( ...rk of Circuit Court of
>inifr"- \.lml'lIwl'nll'l', ( of Rstntaf years 1930 to nil both Inclunive
box Hindfoid
a of Rexall Orderlies the the marrlne'e_U of__ their____n I II I V .\l 101'11! hllm. '1..n.'I.. This- I llliiiiintliiir. Ln SIlO ?N. ., .,- .. <-.".. County, Florida.OF .
phenolplithulotn' laxative which daughter. Miss Evelyn to Mr. I M l\' !ct t. i I'll"q. AT.!-'O: Jf'i ;t'HI.i/a of SWU of -"--"-------. '.".' "t
tastes like chocolate ItISI'l ""I." "-'SI.\ AnitAHAM, Ad",----I S\\M T'N."r: II lj A-3H A. Sec. % O..I .. '.r! op TIt-- --
rnmly | Truman Norman son of Mr. and ",-27- 4t -III I 7. 22 'I'". 6 S. II 22 "K. C-nillalninK/ 1- < 1:111'IFIC 14Nfltl.I TI.:.. \ iuU
bitter; It doesn t gripe, or _ I IIIMH" more or I"... :
Mrs. J. S. Norman on Saturday : : : I>' III JUOL1IIn'1N: that ,
1 \ (1jI.1 i.-'t ii...: op TIXi 'I'h.- laxi-B I to !I... si.ill ni-p, i'vtt1si'e,1I \V. II Smith has
cause Irritation it I filed with) 1'/1\\\'ft.
: moves .
sluggish : May 21. Both have many friends fit; "irriri'i i.;" l 10 v <. .tlfli'iitp I .Vii In.'i I I ,if I 19U: and .miwritten I request that I the, tax / v.ltt1tJt
bowels easily and I thoroughly Buy 'icre who wish them much happi SOTIf'B: m' IIEHEIIV CIIVRN that i lt.l|.. ....'.lIt the iintitil.l tjixeft for thvni .'.-I.* If U'atHs tnMTether with nil wnhi :
RemIt Orderlies at the Rexall II W. !MOH fleas '\',' ,-" that the tax icitlfltiM nniniintlnR to |!"4 01Hulil I bv: thetBfo: be; nd>'ei-fixed nnd Hold:;,i: it \
Stoie-. Carpenter's Drug Stole In ':I. t'tg.-i t thf-r u'lth nil ,tiihseqi.nt| I I lux curl Iti't' t 0" tfiKFthcr with to, the hlirhest bidder for cash
Starke. Mr and Mrs. Jim Her ey spent tilledr, ; t lt.tt.d l tnxni held 1>v the ill I I HiiliHpriiipnt' otiilitml I I or r...s'led piovklwl bv Chapter 18218 of the BB TODAY
Saturday night with her slater, 'i I ii i e hr ndvertlHefl and Hold I to the :! Inxfii will h* *nh| ,ii, the, highest 19.17 acts of the Legislature,
-- -- ---- -- -- highest bidder' for cnHh as provided i il.v hiddnr iii I thf f'oin iIIOIIHP' dni,r In the following desirllicd.
Mrs. W. H. Andrews In Starke. I'h.lpt.'i, 18210 I ; of the 1917 Rct !I Slnrke on I lli. 8rd.l .IIIY of June., 1938. In the ('''lIn'' 3' of until Jrorcl.real Ktuti estate of

Mrs. J. S. Norman of t hi' f.r-irlNlatiire\ upon the followInff i I at I 11 I I :(00 o'.'Iu..k, A MTinted 1. Floi.lila. ; t o-at'IC :
BEYOND THE GAS MAINS spent last dencrllied real estate ,In the' I thin the I 11th. day nf May uW' of HWVi Soc 9 Tp. 7 R. n
week In Plant City and Tampa '","nty of rtiadford. State of Florida 19ns 21 K cnnlallllnir' 10 A.'i'.'s, Mor.
to-wlf: (OKKiriAI. SKAL) "I' ,ICFHTh.
wishing relatives. f.,.,,, 4H, 84 In AVoodlawn, See' I A J T 110.\1"H. .' f ''lX'" i .. in sold. aie evi'l"ti, "d
WELL Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard tlon 11 Tp. B 8. 11. 22 R, con- f'lpik nf '11. nit Oourt of l l. rtlflcntiNos 481 of 1931 '
MOTHER ,,,..., tnlnlnir So At'rt.t.. more 0!' I I.NH | Krndfoid "Cmintv, Flui'Ida. 'I", I ,i nd ,iupr.scnt unpaid reI !
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Free The tnvt-H to he 5-20-31-8-3.
Bold are' evldenrxd! '
HOW 00 YOU i ''N' H for 'the yeara 1932 to '':''S.
man Crosby Monday h"e"I"'o'" NOB 251 of 19.11 re- ,
';-.t.t 1\ ,'lv. Hlid' -- --.----- --
LIKE YOUR NEW represent unpaid I _--,_ _ _
and Mrs. Johnny Young of '''*''M for, tha \ <-nr l":.in tn I'm. C"O,7 = = --== -
l oth hu-liiHlve ..Hinnuntlntr ='-_ = =
hi henR. Ga. were visiting Mr. ," IjHO: IrfitM fit, B2 5i.I 54. SB. 58 I IToxvn n =: :

4ri in.J Mrs Ancll Thompson last of I.a w'pv' n i.r llv xi.-M J
woekend.R.I "1. S4, 2B, 2fl Tp li 8 n 22 F.
GAS RANGE ? I The tntcM til t he sold' are <-\'Idorin' d

: ''. and Mrs. Gus 'i" ''oitiriinte' NIK. :112 inil 717: nf"t'O
Smith of : nnd, I tills' riHiu-ctlvih, i I I '. aiul' IMI'M. -
"( ul.i. spent! Sunday here visiting ., ..<. i utnild, 'HX"M fur the vcars
''utivesMi i ti5!" I i !9i: $. both IncliiNlxn. nni'iuntIllir -
to *5fl 21: I ISiilrt
:' and Mrs. Jeff Johns and lux pHrllflcnteH' 1'it..th-.i. w 'Iii, ,
ill sMtifjiicni,, onilltnd or 1.'leI'i iITIH
s Fieeman" Johns, of Lake Hut-
will be said, to the hllh..t
ii.' wi'ie visiting relatives here 1 :I'M" .i. m (he Cfturthoiiof r
I- :nyMr ;! t-ke i on the Inth dnv, n'J''j lnl.., i
"'t-s.. il t II nn oVloi A. M i
and Mrs. Raymond Stilclc-' Hitd I thin the 21 1..t t dny of May I !

l ,mil and Mrs. Carrie )1118:
Smith of ;
I i"I"rAl. PAL) I
.' !'uti..., were visiting here s.itnr- A. .1. TIIOMAM, I
.1 I 'IVf.ir ciic <.f (rln; -nit "'"u'I..r, II
I I'.dr"'cl, ., ","t lit y. 1"10111, "
LANPSAKES I and Mrs. George i"arrlsh. of r, 27-ii-n-io! .

NEVER THOUGHT ,tllrk,'. spent last week-end with ni.ni, .' s % it.it!.. jj'lIII' /rM I

t It I' sl"t "-1', MIS. D. Carter. I .:It..U-U' *'rimVilTlcn : 'I"I I

COOKING COULD BE Miss Alma Johns of : I Irt MKI'PIIV' : : \ /
Jacknonvllle M, .. "I'nnl.Slott( hilt filed within :
SO EASY ANP SO 'tnt last week-end with her par- : ** ",','III..n I'.t. ( hut tlutax, I '
..1-1 t tin.) .lit.-. tnirethei, wllh all mibs 1.1'i .
EAST. BETTY. I'NA '-11tH. Miand Mrs. P. B. Johns. .
t ritn>Ml 'nnltti-d ti 1"1.1 tax*** holt I---
Mrs.\. Roscoe Knrm nf _ILflnmf._,__ la .'V tIt, "'ttn I I". ''lfl.r".p.t. .. ...I ....ti. ;, II
i :au 1,1.1Wrut, ; --- n -- u '" I' i 11 tv, hlorhpMt,1.- ';, ..,;r- for ';cash .aa I --.-- =
spending few -
a Ruby
days here an the 0> "\ldd bv -TE=:
Chapter '1S218 of the n
\ MADe ME GET IT \j"PYROFAX" guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ancll I i I 117 n. IM nf I fI",, I.i'HrKIntin, .,.. upon LEDGER r
Thompson 't It., fnllouliiK I I I detKllbi-d rt-nl. I ... ate OUTFIT
-. > 10., i'. MIH. f .
.o Jt'.H..I.l -tt l :Hi nfmini'tiilnir :
Mr and Mrs. Manry Thompson '.I.'l'tdn., -- f"lt t -!. I il'! I $ 00 tlte .
Gas Service and end ( -- ;; itt f R ".t1: \V i'or 4 IJIwPos Ri"en
children Mr. and Mrs. Sebe *!Ki: nf M"h J *' Hun 12 100 An exceptional valuel Consists cii( IoniC ,X' f '

the beautiful new Magic Chef J HiriU and daughter. of Dukes I'M ;0.' 210 rtv I IOu' I''t.( MMn ft leal ladg x binder. 200 ledger ihcela and Each ZIPj '
in, II.-ir II'.;iirnlBil I n h".1 I A Alib 2 "
ranges make the \v hole job of Were visiting Mr. and Mrs. AncllHiompson I ,,M, It-'ldifnee Lot. S,-... I 8 Tp 7 j A-2 26 division leather lab. Index. Bound hind't 1eck $ 2 '
last week. ::4. II. 20 Jot: la duralla Levaai c 2 I 5
housekeeping so much easier.you'JI Jji an I Mrs. Learnnn Norman .Tin ,tnvi'i.. I tn l.o M..lil U"-.- ,. \III..n,...(1n I imitation! leallier. color red or black. Steel back SIndod0 $Ubatendai ba
certlflcnto N'd., 191 of 1113 re- j.i with automatic locking device. Push button> for quick 8hed d
be amazed and delight and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ossle .|.1'I,ll\-lt'' 'nnil 1 1 "r. |it iii-Miiit tiniiii,, d 1 'I lag open. and Metal : rae" I .
Norman Mr. and Mrs. 1 'iv-K for. Ihp Vtfiii'M, ,II'2 ,In '19:15:! I no key required. Sheet are white Ivorydale ledger cap,, ?wo rigij i
ed! And "PYROFAX" Gas Service Jim Hersey l biittl hictilHlve MnKitiMtlitK,, to Si ? 07 I paper 24 substance. Sheet size 6x9 Inch. Nw. POStS. :
"nod Mi and Mis. Truman, .Vl."fi' :
Norman dim at NK ( r of .T. A. I' ,j
1- is not expensive. The gas Abbott UoHldcni'p Lot A nun 10 .-. .
enjoyed a picnic at Swindle Lake I ----.-- radissa "
"i n s S ao !r. vi' "> Kt N 211iPt -- : 1
! regulating equipment is proM'Jcd Sunday. to Hew tn I t"t\ SWU I IH. Stock No. 8
Miss Bertie Norman ..,. R Tp. 7 S 11 20 .1. D..crlpUoI\ =: iff'ios
! at no charge. You pay left last The taxt-H I to hi"old ale evidencedbv @',

only the small installation cost Thursday for Miami where she Is CertlflenlH Soc 17 and 118 of I 020001J Ruby Lodq.r Outf.t-Red $4.00 NOUiScf... !
employed. "1'i25 titid 1111: enpoctlvely and rep- 020007: Ruby Lodger OulM-Black 4.00 3,S i
of $9.75 and the itself rpM"*nt unpaid tate for the years 'i
gas I ---- 1124 to i'4-'5 l both, IncluHlM). nniountIriK "11..1., Led".? SbfurnJoh, d USINNS .......'- sdae.d c.. Nh av '
costs as little os3Af : to J5450AI.HO I also boo.'unU.bod will Wide OsbutLedge. with' 5...... CuI......... 5a.4e opi.j, any55 '
per person fl041'P.lP..rlrs. SI 1\0 sda cb.,,,.. ,,
: NUj of aWL, of SWI<1 ----.. disaC Slest g.Ill I
per meal! "PYROFAX" Gas is 1 / Z. Grim. CorreiomnaentI Kx K 3 Acres SKTp. 7 S' '1C2i Ill I r Si.,
> K, containing 17 Acres, atone I..
real gas. hot, fast, clean- I I or I..... I ...
I Mr. and Mrs.: Mone Foose anti 1'ho taxes to hff nold are .vl..dhv _eo! .... '

burns without soot or ooor.Don't j i Mrs. Willie Stephens, of Lake City certificate No*. 41 and 114 of Blu. u""eI [
1 1113!' and 1911 respectively and
wait any longer. Find spent the past week-end here with unpaid taxes for the yearN represent : 0 ='icT3. -. 2.6

how i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney. 1111 to 1118 both Inclusive, amountIng I it ,
out today much it will do I I to 140 70.

!.! MI'. and Mrs. Marvin Alford and Hnld tax certificate together with
you in your home. children of Pal atka. were visiting all ..ubMf.4iient| omitted or I...vled ""' IL I
rnxi-s will he sold 1 to the highest
Mr and Mrs. Arch Prevatt. Sun- I bidder at lha Courthouse ilonr I tn t 'I !II

SHarks nn the 37th lny of May 1938, '
y.Mr at II :no o'clock A. M "
and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of rutted this the 7th day of May. ,I''

riampton visited relatives In this insOFFICIAL, I
sr.LA. ) :
action Sunday. J. TlldMAS' :

Mrs. G W. Harrell and son of Clerk of Clriult Court of '
Itrndford Cuuntv, Florida PADS
he City spent the week-end 5-1 3-3t-5-i7.: the Eagle

vith M,' and Mrs. D. D. Woodurd. fllll'llr t'01 ,,'r. INNI) KOH II $ Q o 5 ;;

were visiting their grandparents ills \ iFOitt1)1 "'rYe "" .Olt New low .
price* Canary Bond red and "
:Vfr anti. Mrs. Paul Prevatt, of II C. II\H.TI.O'-.HY.II.. '. IN <'\NCKKV.t nnil hIs. wife II' bl".. ruling, Bull Bond, brown and greenruling. < BOI LED G E R OUTFIT $ 0 0 ,,'

Cm Hclum diagram of typical Hampton Friday night and Satur- FTli :1.: MA H'I IK HOUTSSKNUORF. I Iii I 16 ub. paper, SO sheets to a pad. ,

.. div I rialntlffit I Ten cadi Mr box. Size BHd4.! ,..__ _,_ . .. L ''I.
TMUAA- Jon sA.ssa1ee. N _ _ _ _ _ _ -'>DIJU .II 01----, ,. rowra eordlUoy -u-!l Ii
Mrs K E Lee and children ol .t.\ n.\ II A. f>. KNCKB; el al' /' I 1 blaek ImltllUon leather back DEader wills
c. and
Butt ...... 200
Cethel.: spent Sunday with C. A. : IS' IIKIUiRV DefendantsNOTT'll I1IVRX TO II I s._.. ;:reo. I_8Ho... I Sme.tpti.n 1'.1Ioe whUe and A-Z Ivorydal. .heels. 28 .ub. 1<>d'J' .r' "r8Qulat' lodqar" rultn'7.' ./
Oriffls::: I.ath.r tllb 26 ,
Sarah A n diviaioza lad.L ,
Jo1'lI'ko. Kthel M. Ma10,0. Standard lodq.r moch./am !
I ... ./ 7101 B710" 4 col. peratod> with key.
PYROFAX Jus Grlffls and daughters Eunice o'.MI.I"* Hlakvly and each with Dam. "space $2.09 ,
f them. If alive, and 'If daad to 7105 B7105 5 col. with
Dame 2.09
1 Ruth and Reba of Clay County 'h. unknown lii-lrn. devlsecii.rgn- 7107 B7I07 7 col. apace Btec Na. $ha., at.. _puo.. hlco I
DO .
118m. 2OS
, TMAOI MANN were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. teeN. grantee 01 uKiiirns of each 7110 1:17110: IOcol..wlIhDDm..pac.specs ------ '
f the ahonamed <1*' 2.IS 02040
Z. ftindanta. that j ,

f DEPENDABLE GAS SERVICE Mis Grifi'la, Ida Sunday.Chase spent the past t'. .suit of has them been In Instltutnil the circuit. aicalnstach Court 0'E' aizo. up to 30 column. proportion.I.ly! pnlc.cL 10408 9ul 9JtdlH I Sh..I.nl.EaOI.Ledq.rOulfrt, $8.00 4.BOper..ch 500I .'

.. II rail.ford County Florida hv the II'
COOMS..NUTS WATta...MAKES ICC: week with Mrs C. II. Clark of 'Illnir of a sworn bill of complaint : I

Is ...... S.ys.d the flee ....... I I Starke.j hv. M C. II nil ndorf and hi. wlf..

j Sam Manus and: son Harold of turpoH'5lh.-l Mart tn rein lloltaendnrf..Ve ..I..",.. and fur q ii the let !

See 1 Hethel were visiting Zenaa Grlffls lt-| to the rnllowlnw landx lylnx' I Ii

C VIGLE'1).\"IS. Sit ntis)'. I 'ind"liirldii brln tn*wit i In Strati. Cavil County, Bradford County

!.{f and Mrs. ( 'OIlIm.n'lnl' JIO feet 'Vul Telegraph
Dealer for Klrctro-Acou-itlc. "!>., Barney Cone of and MrrtU. PtrefM
nnd run I
\Vllll8toii FU. Lake Butler was visiting the bedside \Vosl alone South side "if Madl- I J

of B. L Green, Monday. son Street 210 ft to W"stnu.relunj I -.
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!, This Couple Remembered Here FAVORITE- National Champion String Saver .. 1

H,'"It- lH a II',
3ocictJj I cent phntnl1l'l'lph i RECIPESCooling

of Mr .mil, Mix i I

..... T F Willl.imK.
:Ministers and Wives who IMVO, been delicious recipi
Mrs. Williams Is Honoree Tin following
At DinnerThe I living in Wau- tin punch was given us by Mrs.
Miscellaneous: chula for the W H. Slruth. Mrs. Struth has RA
Hiss\ Mina Mnnassa\ and Miss R.-V and Mrs W. A. Fischer past thirtyfouryears had numerous requests for th Ist'eclpl' a 'tomr
host- the Rev and Mrs R. T. Cald- a, ever since serving It several
Ruth Sternberff were Joint
Mr Williams 1
well, and the Rev. and Mrs. L. A.Shl'pht'rd weeks at a meeting of the : '
ago I
esses Wednesday afternoon at Is a former :i
were hosts at a delightful Missionary Society of the Metho-
3:00: o'clock when they entertained dinner Friday night at 7:00: I resident of
diet Church.
the Providence
In honor of Mrs. Jack Williams, o'clock in the home of the latteron Mix: f ei
section and will
whose marriage was recently announced Walnut St.Quantities I ho rememberedhere Tea 1 quart i

with a miscellaneous of roses and Shasta by many Orange juice, 1 quart
shower at the home of Miss Managua daisies attractively arranged In :friends. M r a i mice of six lemon
bowls and baskets; were used In Williams Immediately before serving, add
i a a
decorating the home for this occa- I two bottles Canada Dry ginger
A color scheme of pink and niece of the late
white was carried out In the dec- sion.The Col W T Weeks. tale'| Sweeten to taste and serve

orations and flowers that were perfectly appointed dinner Mr Williams Is A Iced,

Ar- table was covered with a hand- now eigrhtyfive ....... ,,, ...... ..,.
used for this lovely party. -- '--" ''' '''''' --- ------- ''''''''''< '''''''''
rangements of giant dahlias wero some linen cloth and was centered years old and has I .1i I
placed to advantage in the living with a low arrangement: of roses retired from the I I see, Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. CIII ATKINS, Iowa After eleven years of string-wlndlnt. ''+''h 'tt

and dining rooms where the guests and daisies. Place cards markingthe ) produce business Nasworthy, Miss Evelyn George Lleb. of Atkins has made this mammoth bull n
were entertained. places for the guests were of In which he was Stump Mrs. J. R Boring, Jr, and carded string It wnighs, / t38 pounds and If stretched,I

During the afternoon Mrs. Williams u blue and white design. engaged for Mn' C' A. Jackson line would cover sixty miles It Is estimated that ih rot

opened the large assortmentof Those enjoying the evening with twenty-five year Presiding over the guest book than 200,000 knots in It. Mr. Lieb'a nephew, Kenneth ,,u an
gifts presented to her by her the hosts were Mr. and Mrs. D. P. twentyfiveyears. wa Miss Ruth Sternberg, and I looking over the huge ball with Postmaster George Liei, > Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Mrs. Wil- serving punch was Miss Beverly lad
friends assistant Louis Lleb (left)
I' Long, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vining, liams Is now sev- ady Serving In the dining room
Two contests were enjoyed by 'Misses Doshia Smith, Ruth
and MM Ruby Williams of Ring enty-seven years were
The first an ad-
the guests one gold, Ga.Consecration. Old find i Rowe and Clara Flume -
runs a ..
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vertising contest was won by Mrs. :on, of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. iL LEWIS THANKS \'<>'IFJtS; (
.._ rooming house.Mrs The bride, Mrs. Williams, was
-- -- I I
E. L. Matthews. She was given a Hayes, of Gainesville; Owen W To my friends that
pair of book ends as a reward. ServiceThe gowned In a formal evening crea- Griffin and Mrs. O. J. Griffin of -upp ei
Mrs. Elmo] Struth won the theatre \ Williams HonoredAt [ Methodists Hold tion of embroidered turquoise silk St. Augustine, George L. Patten, me so loyally in my si ..ItI' c,
W. C. T. U. met at the marquisette which enhanced her for member of the ,, |
contest, and was presented with a of Tallahassee; and H. S. Harvey Board I p; 1D.)
novelty Clip. home of Mrs. W. N. Johnson last Bridge PartyMrs. I Special Service TuesdayA blonde beauty, and her flowers of Plant City. lie Instruction District ,( i vlsh

The pink and white color schemewas six Friday visitors afternoon., fourteen Eight L T.members L. members David Williams, whosemarrtnge ..._ special service was held aiue were. a. corsage Jacobs of mother gardenias.Mrs. of. the to express. my sincere ,;ruu'nseand In the Ice course that was anno u n ce d recen tl y Dfethodlst. Church Tuesdaynight ,
repeated ; to
and five White Ribbon babies THANKS VOTERSI promise my (ilstnri na |
bride, was handsome in a
was served by the hostesses. were present. The porch was decorated was the guest of honor at a bridge May 24th Is an epochal ashes of chiffon gownof wish to thank the public for Bradford County the best ><1 ministration -
Those Invited to be with Miss to resemble a flower gar- party Monday afternoon at 3:00: date In the calendar of Methodism, with lace roses bodice pressed and chiffon the vote and support given me in of the school affairs of he
and the o'clock, given by Mrs.\ Fred Guy marking, this year, the 200th anniversary a County that I am I
llannssa Miss Sternberg, jacket, and her was of the election just closed. AlthoughI capable >i "en.derlng.
and Miss Beverly corsage
Cady at the
honoree, Mrs. Williams were: den.A varied program was presented home of Mrs. of John Wesley's religious yellow rosebuds. was defeated, I do not harbor With profound gratitude

:Mrs. B. Jacobs Mrs. Elmo Struth with the following taking part- and Mrs A. Guy's Z. Adkins parents, Judge Walnut experience in Aldersgate Mrs. Adkins, mother of the 'any grudges, and have only the I to my supporters undnm.iy
on Street, London, when he said that
Mrs. T F. Landrum Mrs T. K. noO frlendliest r\f fctollno* fnr avarvnna toward none. I am.,
McClane, Mrs. H Houston, Mrs. Hymn Twenty-third, by L. T.Psalm L. members, Alvin; Crews prayerby ; at. he ""felt his heart strangely warm- rust bridegroom lace dress, was and attractive her: flowers in a ;: d'I:: : Most\ Re pe> in ,a

N. D. WainwrIght, Jr., Misses Mrs. O. E. Stansbury; devotional Arrangements of Shasta daisies ed, and Realized for himself whatit r were pink rosebuds and fern. J LEWIS! I'E
Hope and Georgia Haynes, Miss were used to advantage in dec- meant to tie "Justified by faith." ,
Mrs. Johnson
by ; reading by After the reception, dancing was
orating the lower floor A series
of the of special
Lulu Redgrave, Miss Mary Can- programs
Marian McRae Vivian
; song by enjoyed until a late hour.
ti ova Mrs. C. H Nasworthy, Miss McRae; playlet by Georgia Gil- home for this delightful party. have marked this year of Methodist AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK
the out-of-town
After four Among guests
Beverlv Ca'ly. Miss Lucile Mitchell I progressions of celebration, and churches
pin Betty and Barney McRae; musical bridge, Miss Nina Manassa throughout the world held! were: Mr. and Mrs W. B. Adkins,
Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. J. R special
reading by Mrs. R. L. Kemp; Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Baker Bill LIABILITYThis
Boring. Jr. Miss Dorothy Sapp, presented with a linen handker- services Tuesday night.
white ribbons tied Bobbie
were on I
Mrs. S. R- Johns, Jr., Mrs. H. H. Lucille McRae Alton chief as a reward for making high At the local church a number of Baker Miss Nina Berkstrcsnor,
Dyal, James
Mrs, Emma Berkstresser,
I Ii' score. The hostesses presented Wesley's hymns were and Mrs
Miss Martha Powell Miss
Durdcn. sung
Lawson and Julia and Agnes Law- form of insurance protection should hamm'
Gordon Mlddleton .
Lillian Sternberg, Mrs. E. L. Mat- I MUI. Williams with some Mexican inspiring talks on the life of this and Mrs.nob.'rt
son; consecration prayer by Mrs. most serious consideration. Every dollar are worth
Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. you
thews, Mrs Morgan Rlcharde, of pottery as a remembrance of tho great man were given by the pastor D
i' the State Farm, Mrs Fred Guy, F A. Scott Johnson; vocal duet solo by Miss occasion. W. A. Fischer, and by W. B. Moore all of Hawthorne; Mr. and! is at stake.
Gladys ; by Mrs.
Mrs. Fred
Lawrence, of
of Jacksonville, Mrs. T. A. Black, Johnson and Miss Gladys! Johnson. Mrs. Guy and Miss Cady served Sewell. ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tallahassee Jenkins-, At the new low rates at which we are v.ritinj: :ihis-
of Macclennv.. Mrs. Clarence Nuss- their guests a tempting Ice courseat +
protection just can't afford to be without it.
of Alachua Mr and you
; Mrs. Tolbert
baum of Jacksonville; and Mrs. the conclusion of the game. :Airs Langford Is HostessAt
Clarence Beasely, of Gainesville Bi-County FederationOf Those playing bridge with the Black, of Macclenny; Miss! Mary Let us tell you about the safety driver reward.
Luncheon In GainesvilleMrs. Berkstresses, of Palatka; Mr. and
J Women's Clubs hostesses and the honoree
were: Mrs. Clarence
Nuasbaum. Mr and
U. D. C. To Have Picnic Has Interesting MeetingThe lisa Mina Manassa, :Miss Ruth house guest P. J.of Mr Longford and Mrs., recent W. B Mrs Herbert Pankln, Mr. and Mrs.
Stembcig, Mrs Elmo Struth, Miss
Fred= Guy, Mr. and Mrs. )
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit- Bi-County Federation of Lillian Sternberg, Miss I Sewell, was hostess at a luncheon MontagueRosenberg
ed Daughters of the Confederacy, Women's Clubs, comprising Lake Stump, and Mrs E. L. Matthews.Evelyn party /given at the Primrose GrillIn ,, Mr. and Mrs. Manny ; HAROLD C. WALL AgencyAll
Guy Botts, Vance
will hold their annual picnic on Butler, Worthington Springs, and Mrs. B Jacobs joined the playersor Gainesville last week. Hubert Dun- ,
Friday June 3, at the Kingsley Starke, met Monday afternoon at tea.meeting. The luncheon table was attractively can Schucht all of Jacksonville lines of dependable INSURANCE
Lake cottage of Mr. and Mrs. O. 2:30: o'clock In the auditorium of decorated with pink roses ; Mr and Mrs. F.,Wallace,
j I L. Beasley Committee In charge: the Woman's Club building of and fern. The cards marking the of Ocala; Mr. and Mis A. P Pear-

Mrs. J M. Brownlee, Mrs. Beasley Starke with the vice president, in regular form by having places for the guests were held by -

and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, of Law- Mrs. II. B. McLendon, In the chair the members read the club dainty mint and nut cups, further I : ll
t America, The
tey, Mrs. McLendon opened the cOllect.// carrying out the color scheme of ,
--------- sung by the club members, Ink and F..tt _. H. IJtJ_ ___ TJtJ6.I.. D_ _
I ed by the flag salute P g rasa r>>. euVVU.IIII: vrizuuitzr uu.igu.iiis
Langford had as guests on
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter presidentof this delightful occasion Mrs. W.
I the Starke Woman's Club, gave B. Sewell, Mrs J. B. Carlisle MI's.
I the address of welcome. The response W A. Fischer, Mrs. H. B. McLen- MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
was made by Mrs D. T don Mrs.
T. T Long Mrs M. F.
CARPENTER'S McGlll. of Lake Butler. Brown, MrsK.. G. Duncan Mrs. KEEP COOL A Real ValueSPECIAL
Mrs T T. Long in the absenceof D. P. Carpenter Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, I

the secretary, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. O. L. Bensley, and Mrs L. ,I
: kins read the minutes of the D. Vlnlng Dress Up In a 49c

YOUR PHV ICIAtJ'SPRESCniPTION. previous meeting +- ,
i Splendid reports of the clubs Mary Weldon Celebrates i M u t

I were made by Mrs. J. E Moines, Ninth PANAMA Sizes I 14 to 1 17
. Birthday Anniversary :
'of Luke Butlers Mrs. Carpenter,
ri64t to kea&h.! I of Lake Butler, Mrs. Carpenter, Mary Catherine Weldon, nine- "' SUIT
a1 year-old daughter I
of Starke and the president of Mr and Mrs

i., Your I.Vxall druggist is a professional pliir- ; I, the Worthington Springs! chapter. S. Weldon, celebrated her birthday ,
I The Worthington Springs Club Thursday, May 19th, by en-
macist working 'ih the physician to I
serve you I i invited the Federation to meet tertaining a number of her girlfriends MEN'S
Jj at all lion" H- use only fresh, pure iugtedieoHiu j with them the second Friday in from four to six In the I. The latest styles

iu ,.; You November at 2:30 o'clock afternoon.A :! .
: comp'iunun.::; esciiption i ceo depend I : '" k' WORK PANTS
: on him ''r- fi r nncrt, tool! After the business session the variety of pink and white I priced at
ryr / flowers! were used for
'I I following program was presentedby and the beautiful deCOratlons'j) ri Good Values
Mrs. Walton Newborn, second

f Vice president of the Federation. was topped Iced with In white nine tiny and pink pink can-an4 l I $5.95 All Sizes From 28 to 42

CUT RATES ON STANDARD Address, Mr, L. F. Chapman, dles. Games and contests were en- "
Sectional vice president Joyed, and In one contest Wanda PRICED AT 95c

t t MERCHANDISE A message from Mrs. H. Pearce received first prize and I t to

Mitchell, giving the highlights E.\\ Mary Weldon second
the 1938 convention of the Ice cream, cake and punch were I

f f I BOc NORWICH PEFTO-B1SMOL --------------- .39c i Federation of Women's Clubs, served by Mrs. Weldon and the i $7.50 BIG LOT

50c UNGUENTINE FOR BURNS -39c was read by Mrs. D. E. Roberts, charming young hostess Mary.
I I Solo, "Little Old Lady" by Guests at this lovely party
25c REXALL MILK MAGNESIA ______________ .19c I of
Frances Rleherd!, of Lake Butler Merry Beth Knight, Betty Benson,

E,1( I 30c FLEETS PHOSPHO-SODA .23c: accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Sharon Hall, Rebecca Simpson BATHING SUITS FOR THE

,I 60c FLEETS PHOSPHO-SODA .- ..19c I A. M. Lee, also of Lake Butler. Barbara Keen, Wanda Pearce and WASH
Solo "My Curly Headed Baby," Margaret Montelth.
t 50c GROVES CHILL TONIC ___-_____________ .39c bY Miss Grace Dukes of Worthington I ENTIRE FAMILY DRESSES .U Ii\

60c FOCUSING SPOTLIGHT Complete.-: .49c I Springs, accompanied by Reception Given For

t' 25c RED ARROW SPRAY (Pyrethrum) _________ .19c I Mrs. Lee I Mrs. and Mrs. Willama New Shipment Just Arrived Special
Two musical readings, "The
50c SCOUT SPREADLIGIIT, Complete .39c I Patchwork Quilt" and "Lullaby," The home of Mr and Mrs. Bernard The Best in the Latest at Close OutValues s

50c KLENZO DeLUXE TOOTH BRUSHES, by Miss Harriet Benson, accompanied -I Jacobs was the scene of a !

, All Styles .39c I at the piano by her mother brilliant reception last Friday I Reasonable Prices ''t
Mrs. J. H. Benson. night, from nine to twelve to !
| Solo, "Going Home," by Mrs. in honor of the marriage of their
35c COLGATE OR PALMOLIVE SHAVING | Lee accompanied by her daughter daughter Rosalind to David E- The Latest In One Dollar

I' LOTION .29c '! Miss Jean Lee. Williams, which took place on

$1.00 JERGENS LOTION With the New I 1 Humorous reading, "The First June S, 1937, but was not announced LADIES' SANDALS at

I., Dispensing Tap .89c Club Meeting," by Mrs T. M. Rie- until last week.

t SHELL GLASS KLEANSIT With Sprayer_ ,33c:; herd of Lake Butler Receiving guests were Mr. and Black, Red White and Mixed 69c
Vocal numbers, "Mammy's: Lul Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Williams
; SCOTT TISSUE TOILET PAPER, 3 Rolls for_____ .25c laby" and "Forget-Me-Not by and Mr. Williams' parents
3 9
: REXETTES SANITARY NAPKINS, 2 pkgs. for __ .25c the ladles' chorus of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Adkins, of to
Woman's Club. Mrs. E. M. Davis Hawthorne. Silk Dresses
CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT: and Presentit accompanied the chorus at the Rooms of the lower floor were Former prices $2.49 to $2.95

with 25c and get a trial box of Cara Nome ,piano. lavishly decorated with pink glad- sly 12 to S3
During the social hour the host loll, roses, ferns and Queen Anne's Now Your Choice for
Face Powder and a bottle of Cara Nome Per- }
\ esses served a delicious salad lace The wedding gifts of sliver,
: fume. 50c value for ,25e course to all those present. Host- crystal and china were displayedIn $1.98 $1.98 .

esses for the afternon were: Mrs.J a room adjoining the receptionroom 111_
You MUST bring the advertisement.
1 M. Brownlee Mrs. L. A. Shep- and the attractive decorations -
t; herd, Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence, Mrs. were of bamboo, Shasta daisIes -

1.r The Rexall Drug Store Is Never Undersold R.Stump.C- Buford, and Miss Evelyn motif and of pink pink cornflowers.and white The was color carried '' Trade at Alexander & Co., the Friendly Store where satisfactionis

+ out in detail In the decora-
and Service rendered with smile
Ancient Greeks though ducks tions and refreshments- a

hatched from barnacles.In Assisting In entertaining were:
me Store -+ Mrs. William Debrow, o* Fort
Shantung province, China Meade, Mrs. Clarence Nussbaum. ALEXANDER & CO.I

peaches weighing a pound are Mrs. Fred Guy. of Jacksonville; .

LI grown Mrs. Fred Lawrence, of Tallahas-



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i home lu 11: !Friday -iftor, spend : i ,' I I">..v will K" u> Tallahn HoMpitul In JaikHonvllli-' !h', IP.its
I ,
I ,!I'. v.'oi It"n Daytona Beach us KI-O unl 1 ;'itoml, commencementtx.trUos wm taken Wcdni'Hilay

Bits of !i unfit of her son and ,lulI htel'- of the F. S. C. W.lt8S ... ,
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!, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. i Lola Adklnn, Miss Marjorie Slump
I I :Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClano, of
and Miss Dorothy Swambon will
Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. T. K.McClanc :. I
be graduated at this commence
IDeal ikaT5? Jr., of Starke spent Sun-
a F. Clark attended the ment.-- day afternoon at Jack.ionvlllebeach

day short course for meter- -
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND held at the University of G C. White, of TaraliH8Hce; was

in Gainesville this week the guest Tuesday of his mother,
PROGRESS OP TIlE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. J. L. Silcox and daughters, :
the Starke light and i Mrs. J. W. White. Mr. White was
plant. accompanied to Tallahassee by his Fannie, Doris, and Ruby and Miss

niece. Miss Carol White, who will Edna Coleman have returned from
---- -- visit there until after commencement a visit in Jacksonville. While there ;

E. Canova, of Orlando I they took a short course In sew-
of the Florida State
B. M. Fussell vis- Mrs., B. M. Fusuell left Wednesday College
lit nl the week-end here with his for Women. ing. They will return next week '
Idr- (-nd<> *.Tampa Sunday. for Sebrinjj. where she will Mrs. P. E. Canova. He to Jacksonville for a short stay.
visit relatives.A.
accompanied home by Mrs. _.- ---- ---
Mr. and Mrs. V.< F- Stump and
C. C. Hoppe were
? aid, t Mrs in Jacksonville, who will visit in Orlando a daughters Misses Evelyn and Lillian Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jacksonville.

i sncs8! visitors W. Anderson, Jr., was buying before returning home. Stump, left today to attend Is the guest this week of her par

JndS) phonograph record In Jacksonville the graduation exercises at the eats Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.

Saturday- Florida< State College For Women Friday Judge and Mrs. Adkins and
of Mrs. W. B. Sewell Doris Harper, of Daytona I
1 H Friends to learn that she Is Is conducting a study and to attend the senior ,recital Mrs. Guy will leave for Tallahassee -

I', oc pleased,in her Home from a Miss Ruth Rowe spent several a.. I for the Sunday Schooll of Miss Marjorie Stump, who to attend the graduation exercises -

1'0"Inl1. in Gaines' days in Jacksonville last week of the Baptist Is graduating In music from the at the Florida State CollegeFor
t I,g,>"< .my i performed I Women of their daughter and
,"IIIt'doy, with friends and relatives.Mr. i here she Is the guest of the II III college. I
lie I sister !Mist Lois Adkins.
I I and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.

and Mrs. Gus Smith, of I Although sate: has never given I I 1 1I this Mrs., week C. I.in Mantissa Feinandina.Is spending as the 1 I] Mrs. II. J. Davis and daughter,

ENT A 1 WOKCOLUMN Ocala, were the guests of Mrs. Ef- fox terrier is upsetting: canine '. and Mrs. H. L. nrownloo! II guest of her xon-ln-luw and daughter Ida Lulu, and Mrs. Elmo Struth

fle Johns Sunday afternoon. I week old skunks. The mother ,I as, recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. U. White. attended the Episcopal! Diocese
Limbaugh and two children
'lof I Mrs. Munuasit was to Centennial in Tallahassee Saturday -
Plymouth Iowa who brought T. N. Llmbaugh Jr., all of accompanied
!Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cox and and
; Fernandlna Miss Minn Sunday. They wore accompanied -
by Manosai
,Mr.. and Mrs. James Lewis spent j were immediately adopted by Pep and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. and Phillip Manuosa, who spent- to Tallahassee by Miss

AI.E Porto Rico potato Sunday at St. Augustine Beach washes and protects her babies. \ Sr., of Jacksonville. Monday with their brother-in- Evelyn' Stump, who visited tier slater -
ii SI per thousand. Roy I I from the box: home mother Pep -- law and sister. Miss Marjorie Stump a student -
Lien Vinci Florida. Itp Mr and MI's.V.. M. Wnlnwrlghtand scurries back to safety. Mr. W. A. Colley left Wednes- at the Florida State CollegeFor

Hampton children of Tallahassee spent have them deodorized., I'I'I to spend several weeks with Mrs. C. ,V. Chalker returned to Women.

LOR SALE Good milk cow. Is : the week-end at Kingsley Lake. ,I r"f and Mrs. Drayton, Colley In her homo here Tuesday after a --- -.- .

with calf. Freshly Villa While away she week's! visit in Gulfport, Miss, attending Mrs. Lee Finely and sons. Wll-

Jersey A A Annis young, Lawtey, Fla. ltp EXTR.OUDISltYI'ECI.L! Mrs. Lucille Mitchell returned I to visit other points of In the graduation exercises lard, Louis, Fletcher" and John
3 Nice folder photographs and home Saturday following a ton- In central and south Flor- of the Gulfcoast Military Acade- Earl, and Miss Cora Lee Finely,

'OR SALE CHEAP-Good two- 1 BEAUTIFfL LARGK 0 It- tlleclomy in Jacksonville Tues- my. Mrs- Chalker's son, Charles all of Lake Butler were guests of
trait. All for $3.00. HURRY day of last week. William Chalker was: a member of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and
Small down
I house
norv '. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth and
balance like rentSee you miss this.HOOVER. the graduating class. Mr. Chalker Miss Eva Rlgdon Monday. Other
nymcnt BROS. STUDIO I I I are visiting relatives in returned with his mother and recent guests of the Rigdon's have
Irs N'ollman at Mrs. Hamrick'surat Misses! Marlon and Helen Dowl- Pa. They were ac will spend the summer here. Mrs. their son, Arthur Rigdon, of

it once It A. E. Wall and Mrs. G. K. Ben- Ing attended a house party last i(I to Pheonlxvllle, by Mr. DeWitt C. Jones, of Gainesville, Jacksonville the Rev. Will Moodayof

nett, of Jacksonville were estsTuesday week at the Edwards' cottage on father, William Mon-I accompanied Chalker to Gulf- LaCrosse and Harry Eddie. of
CANTED Man for Rawlelgh Kingsley Lake. who spent some time here as port. Waldo.
of Mr. and Mrs. L.
.out, Route will be permanent if W. i guest I ----- .. ... ........ .. ---- 1
Wall. ,
01 m a hustler. For particulars Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, and Mnand
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Kawlelgh's Dept, FAE- BORES FUNERAL HOMEFull
rr C. White of Tallahussee.1
Mrs. A. H. Frlpp and Mix Etta Mrs. J. M. Brownlee were vis- I
;3. Mrmphls. Tern. Itp iting relatives in Gainesville Sun- Tuesday here J ltu> ut (!itHkrlM 4t Undrrtakt-i Supplies
Frlpp of Columbia S. C., are the ,
day afternoon.L. I J.V.. White. Mr White' i' .adbLI.ANCE!: sER\'IF!: .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
|rOH SALE- For cash, cheap: One accompanied home by his j HAY ANll NIUI'I't

Ill", trore. market, and fill-I Powell. C. Is a few Miss Carol White who will t 53 HONK 53
Ray spending
( i) II. III;NNE'IT, MKr.
:11 ta on (combined. See Mr. In Tallahassee several days
TOI'-I Mis. Emma Canova is In Orlando days In Jacksonville with his son I "A 1I() m-LII\B INSTI'TU'TION"I t.RSIIItt
Jue'.,, > VVest End Service StaIt visiting her son and daughter- and daughter-in-law the Rev. and I I returning to Starke : A[:-.us.JR.-: -r 04.. 1.. .. ,I
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in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum -- - - -- -- ..
"o1- --U.E Several slightly used Mrs. Estella Yonge of Jacksonville small daughter Martha. and
"I i spent Tuesday as the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tison, of Bun-
< ill .it home of Bill as guests of Mr Lan
nell, were guests of his parents of Mrs. Lalla Chace and daughter, '
liram It parents Mr. and Mrs J A
Mrs. Hildabclle
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Tison, here .
----- They were accompanied r 1
'e"is ,, rant colored Jersey helfla Sunday L. Patten, of Tallahassee
-. --- Mrs. Frank Jones, of Augusta.Ga. .
\ k, '* with under
square -----
., who is the guest of Mrs. Joe
John Guy, of Fountain, N. C.,
-ach Branded "S" .
n ear on right 'V and Mrs. A Flsch
.-t, trd Emory Johns, Is the guest of his parents, the Hoover spent this week in Jack- : Pearl Simpson MistKate
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. at :: sonville with relatives.
Bun" Rt. Guy
"-! 1, Box 122. lip and Mrs. L. C Ray were
ley Lake. :
Fir- -AJ..E Flo"ers-;; every- }.II'. and Mrs. Jimmy Murphry yesterday Thurs
) spending a zone meeting ot
Mrs-J. and James Edwards of Pa-
talon attractively arranged H. Fields and daughter Woman \
s Missionary Society
dI "Tisonably& priced. Mrs. N. Hazel spent several days this latka were guests Sunday of Mr. .. Hill Mothodlst Church
\n '. .sht Phone 102, D'I week in Baldwin and Jacksonville and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. / / / s'1%
IP with relatives -- -
Mrs. S. P. Van<1evlere and son. a )

Pltner of Key West, are guests of I
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I Mrs. Vandevlere's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G- W. Alderman
Mv Many Years Experience Mnlira: It I'omlMe for !Mf to Rpllllert.Jcns.r.
: PROMPT find fOl'RTEOrS SERVICIMODCR.TE : --- ----- I; ,
Mrs A. E. left ;" <
:: PRICESMODERN Wall Tuesdayfor Gift HeadquartersMost '
Winter Haven for a week's ,
visit with Mrs. Charles Burcham "'
and Mrs. Frank Oren. ... .
DeWITT C. JONES: "' ., \ ',
Starke, Florida, i Mrs. Jack Pickard, of Dublin of the Nice Things you'd like to i hbe ii "
not nh i MuliI iih. ix I (: the of her fVH
n. was guest parents
u_......_ ,=._ _".... -U L_...... Mr. and Mrs Theo Tison Sutur- yoHrS

day<< through; Wednesday I give at prices you can .can \

I I .. \S.S.S .
k NAT SEZ : ]I Miss Ruth Rowo l left WedncsI ,- \\"

,',< j I day for Olu"tee, where she will afford to pay U Scue LI1&"Z
j two weeks the of t.
.\utoni l>IIe nccldcnt arc getting spend as guest m
fir ..,t 't" :Mir. and Mrs., .1. F. Howell. I II ] "t' 10
to he HO common these 11.13 .. "Sf. THE REFRIGERATOR
>,t. //n, Hint :lOll never know when you i I I Mrs Robert Tanner, of Baldwin Eo \' KE OSN WAjER: YOU HEAR ABOUT
""+" sturt out If you are coming homey spent the week-end here with Q".s .. BUT NEVER NEARNONO91

In peace or In piece. We lined | her mother Mrs. Laura Powell, I t\.tct-: \C\I'.ICIO""ttos
i and Mr and Mrs. J. II. Fields. pit(
to hate accident Imck In theold I \V

horse unit buggy days: too, I Mrs. Catherine Travers left last II I _

lint II blow out In those days HIM week for Miami after spending For your everyday needs we feature:
I several months here as a parish I r
just emburrustlnff, It never turned
worker of the Episcopal Church. I I
you I .
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Mrs. R. F Clarke and Merton F. VANITY FAIR UNDERWEAR Enjoy the same N .

Clark were sight-seeing at Gold ,, I
MANHATTAN modern cityrefrigeration a
New Patterns Head Branch State Park and Beu

SHIRTS in lah Park at Swan Lake Sunday. BERKSHIRE HOSIERY I / J

Are the Best Fast Color Prints I II01VT Jo'ORGET-That PLAYSUITS FROM CALIFORNIAAND I tlsat famous ,


3 Nice folder photographs and for- 'r
Reduced Price HOLEPROOFHOSIERY i, TRAIT, all for !$3.00. I SMART: COOL DRESSES I r' I I
Permanent silences
onSharkskin HOOVF.lt DUOS. STUDIO: I

GIFTS OF DISTINCTION No moving parts i
Suits Chiffon and Service Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall of I 1

White and Pastels Weights Tallahassee spent Tuesday and CHILDREN'S CLOTHES THAT I to wear d
I Wednesday. here as guests of Mr Continued low g I
$3.98 79c Wnll'd parents Mr and Mrs. VV. E;., ARE DIFFERENT :

Wall i J running cost Jj; j
I I ..
Good FittingSLACKS MEN'S WORKTROUSERS ----- .> :iavlnguhalpaylorltTIIINK r
Mrs. Nella Colson.,] Mrs. Lester
I Johnson, and Mrs. Jones all of i

Jacksonville, were guests Thurs- FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION II
Colors Khaki: or Blue day of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- III
of the Joys of Servel Electrolux. Fresh, tasty
dleton. I II
$1.00 $1.00REDUCED i i I at all tlmea. Ice cream salads cooling:
--- I
I Mrs. L S. Hutto spent last week i I drinks whenever you want them. All the labor- and money-

The Newest PRICE In Columbia and Orangeburg, S. C. I saving conveniences that a million city homes have.

In While in Columbia, Mrs. Hutto Servel! Electrolux runs for only a few cents a day, needs

BATHING SUITS LADIES HATS | was the guest of her daughter, only one filling of fuel every week or ten days. And it will '

Only $1.49 Value i Miss Carolyn Hutto. I II I I details.Sistrunk's actually. save enough to pay for itself. Write today for full

Miss Williams returned
$2.49 $1.00 Tuesday to her home in Rlnggold, : CLAR JEAN SHOPPE

Ga., after a visit here with her; '

lIEN'SSimplicity brother-in-law and sister, the Rev. i
WE SELL Feed & Seed Store
and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.

Miss Anita Courtemanch has I
15c $1.00It as her house guest Miss Edna M.i MERCHANDISE AT MODERATE PRICES I Ontl.m+ Pl_nod m..ithout.blt.dnn..omcl.t. Inortlon .... f I i S
I about&rY.l Ctootrolux.u.. Kunmn.
Kyle, of West Palm Beach. Mlas I IWrlaw"I..
Is artist of International
Kyle an
Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S .I reputation, having studied and PHONE 97 I N II

taught both In this country and in I tt B.F.D.,

Europe. She retired from the profession II
several years ago but is | Tows III.'

,till prominent In musical circles. tmmmmmttntt '
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I. SECTIONNOTES 1 1j ON LATE SPRING RAINY SEASON LIVE STATE NEWS 11 11l OilS for the cuts State ahoui s, i i I"",,:,,', ",'", 'ht..!"t.I{\,

--- l left arm hen-, .-,,,,' "l'k|( ar',
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Florida's usual late Spring rainy proportion with eat'h day without : FLORIDA FACTS IN SHOUT PARAGRAPHS Lonnie T Davi, ,, M'"l:1
season is the chief hope of rain." with ''
growers I '; former Sim; : ,I.,.,,,,,.I, :'ill!I
to end a six-month drouth which Jacksonville's high temperature C.- I-J..n..r_ __' .u....... ... .\ I, II .bo.,
-/ already has caused damages esti- of 98.7 degrees Saturday was the I I NEW PIER STARTED PROTEST STORE CLOSING I COKe injections ,,n I ., \i i,1," ""n 81.

RURAL Hints To HousewivesWeekly mated at millions of dollars. hottest recorded for this season In ST. AUGUSTINE-Actual work MIAMI. Dade County State I tal, where he was IK; ,/J, ,"11 n'',!h;

SENSEBy Meanwhile, smoke from serious sixty-six years since the weather I has stated on the $06.000 WPA from loss of bloo.i, .I I n I-, fl'1.' .
j COMMON Legislators telegraphed protests
from Home Demonstration muck and woods fires blanketed bureau has made observation here.It ocean fishing pier, to be located to Comptroller Lee for his action I said about 20 stltc'In,.s w,JlhIH\i,,. \ I7!

j Spevlitllftt Tallahassee large areas and unseasonable heat was the hottest day since July between the most northerly cot- In closing mercantile establish- f" to close pork"tknu' !>. aka;
added 15,1932.: The weather station St. Beach and his left WOUIJtt
to the discomfort of residents airport tage at Augustine ments for failure to pay taxes. "It temple, tl..,. k.tt
had a reading of 102 degrees hilt neck
Salt Run.
PROGRESS OF FARMINGIS PLANNING THE FOOD SUPPLY Is a mistake to put any honest and in the a n J 111, tgtry
ENCOURAGING: BUT Metcrologlsts say there U little Foresters urged motorists and .---- merchant out of business for fail- Davis said the cuum' *

EFFORTS MUST:; GO ON Planned food production is an prospect for a break in the long"campers to exert every precautionto WILL NOT HALT 111113.TALLAHASSEEThe ure to pay taxes" the telegram from an altercation ",\?'I' tiUfti

important project this year. Plant- A dry._. _I..ft'spell_"before_m: ___ _the___advent_..... .A.A of I Am prevent staved new f\n 94.limii forest fires.rfntv.Rang-Even attorney read .and_carried.the signatures of I "tn.I,1.ences.. growing... _, ...LL'out.of tin. !locelelj, ,'.
While there Is a great deal to Ing an adequate garden not only; vp/La 4 D"UW""*?'o xivi Aiti i.jr Dl.An- general's office has ruled mere Senator Ernest K. Graham ana v. -i *<-x.c" WillUJl Will 111' tledd4

be done to Improve Florida's agri- helps to provide a good supply of I 'Ing late In May or early In June. with these safeguards, woods fires I was not enough positive evidenceof Representatives H. E. Overstreet, in Tuesday's second J'\ lI.ocrat/,/
occasionally were getting beyond
cultural picture, It does no harm food, but It also releases cash for Weather Bureau records show Injury to fish for the state to John J. Lindsey and George E. primary
and it certainly should be encour- other uses at the same time that rainfall in the State for the five bounds. More than 200 citrus trees halt the National Container Cor- Holt. Lee was asked to meet with ---.

aging to review some of the prog- It. insures a good diet. months ending May 1 was only were Soto County destroyed last by week.flames In De- poration's paper mill at Jackson- them and the Dade County Independent In Europe peanuts. .,ue,.

ress that has been made every The Florida food supply budget 54 per cent of normal. ville from dumping refuse Into the Grocers Association to mainly for stock-feeiim Je

once In a while. should include the kinds of food Damage Is Great Ellison said fruit producers In St. Johns River. arrange settlement for the unpaid +--, -, -

Such a review would include the needed for well-rounded diet which E S. Ellison, head of the Fed- Plnellas County on the Gulf ,I Ilos8. + one-half of one per cent tax. Camels are able to K0 I nine ,ia,
Coast, had suffered the greatest .
following: 'can be grown here. It also should eral-State frost warning service, SUN APPEARS RED j jl'OUTJC1.SS without a drink.
Hlllsborough and Polk Counties .
bulls show how much of each kind said be had made a which -- .
Through breeding purebred survey from FIGHT
in the were close ARCADIA.-Smoke grass Polo was played ,
same ,
area I iv I u.I ;
should be in order havea Indicated the loss Florida ] p
to to citrus I
to native cows, thousands of fine DeSoto MADISON.. C. Home I
behind, he added. Damage was and woods fires hung over of before the beginning "I i ,1''
grade steers may now be seen on well-filled pantry and storage growers already walt more that not quite so severe around Orlando County Saturday causing the sun Madison former member of the than era. "r ,
cellar for next winter's needs. The $10,000.000.
Florida These steers are
ranges. the haze-
to red through
in the
Ridge Section and near appear -
of hotter conformation and produce size and habits of different famines Woods fires were reported burning Gainesville.The Many birds have been destroyedby I "

higher quality meat than Is taken Into consideration, throughout the State. Destructive the flumes. Two hundred citrus KEY-McCABE i
the native steers which preceded I too.The : blazos which destroyed many : drouth came too the late Win-to trees In the rich Joshua creek section I I FUNERAL HOME
cause heavy to
them. ) vegetable garden does not acres of rich topsoil In the Ever- ,__ h Au damage__ '-_ a .'L ___ ___n ware.. _. burned. \1iLS. IMofARK... _fjulv m'_ _A_.n.._..,.,_!_.......
The Better Fruit Program, inaugurated I take cure of all the food needs. glades were said to be under control per vegetable crops in me soutnernpart '
of the State Norton said, although JACKSONVILLE *LA. bT. AUGCSIINL:
H4.1 ,. ,
about two years ago, Fruit trees and vines enter into but scattered fires still were I W. Church: \
the cut short TRIAL -Phone 3-1338 SO !St.
season was NEW FLOGGING George
has reduced pest damage and has the picture, also pountry for eggs being watched. 2)
lIe described cotton watermelonand Solicitor
BARTOW. County
resulted in higher quality citrus. and meat, meat animals and pro- Grove owners resorted to Irrigation -
other In the northern announced five
Manuel Glover
Programs for eradication of vision for milk and milk products.If in many parts of the peninsula crops
tier of counties in fair and
as being an
Bank's disease and tuberculosis the family has a definite plan former Tampa policemen UNITED LIFE
condition because of scattered here INSURANCE
will trial CO.
Orlando man go
for food based
which have been carried forward producing on its
"Good soaking rains are neededat showers. Corn watermelons and
with energy and success thus far actual requirements, the chancesare May 30 on charges kidnaping L. C McCABE, President, Jacksonville, na.
once If the new crop Is to be other current in the central of three
crops Eugene F. Poulnot one
have resulted In better dairy cat- good for an abundant food
tle and a better and more healthful supply which will be sure to include vented saved "and further damage pre- portion of Florida have suffered I Tampa political workers who were Industrial Life InsuranceG.
Ellison declared. "Hard heavily, he added. abducted flogged, tarred and
milk supply for Florida consumers enough of the important
rains, although a to L. SAPP, Representative
blessing Even
In types. Home demonstration during the Winter months, feathered more than two years
Acreage permanent pastures agentscan
I thirsty trees, will cause some further Florida's dry period, rainfall was
has shown a remarkable increase help In planning food budgets. ago.
damages as more of the young only about one-half the normal of
during the few and the +
past years
fruit will be beaten from the trees. 2 Mi inches a month, the meteor- -
efficiency of these pastures has GROWER INTERESTED IN SHORT WEIG11T'TALLAHASSEENathan
"The drouth is rapidly ap ologist declared. DANGER Or EVERY BOTTLE UNIFORM
been definitely shown In the production FLUE-CURED TOBACCO 'proaching serious proportions and Pilots flying over the Everglades : Mayo

of beef, maintenance of QUALITY AND SUPPLIES growers In all sections have experienced have reported scattered commissioner of agriculture and .UNTOUCHED UNTIL
dairy cows, production of milk. ,
head of the state's general inspec- I
heavy damage to their fires burning throughout the area
Farmers of state have a long way warned Florida house-
I citrus I tion service,
causing a blanket of smoke which YOU
to go before they will have satis- GAINESVILLE.-Flue-cured tobacco "The damage will increase inn made air travel hazardous. wives to watch for short weightsin DRINK IT
factory and sufficient acreage in]:, growers this year and in food. "The buying public of ,

permanent pastures, but the start years to come face two major Florida is entitled to receive sixteen I i
they have made is indeed encour- I problems-- adjusting supplies to FUTCII THANKS VOTERS 1 ounces for a pound," Mayo I

:,ing. market demands and the production To the People af Bradford County: i TheLetter said, "and it is my duty to do everything I

Woodlands have come into their I of high quality tobacco says I am deeply grateful to you for r possible to see that it
says J. Lee Smith, agronomist I
own as an important phase o1 your splendid vote at the primaryon does. In a prepared statement.
agriculture and the conservation) with the Florida Agricultural Extension 'I May 3. : BoxTo : Mayo said reports from Inspectors'

and development of forests Is be- Service. I appreciate your vote not alone I "within the last few weeks indicate

ing emphasized more than ever Marketing quotas adopted by as a high compliment to me and a considerable disregard or
before In the future the farmer the tobacco growers and administered -I an evidence of your fine loyalty to Ii the Members of the Fish and the state pure food law on the
Game Club and of
Is justified In believing that his by the Agricultural Adjust- a native son but also as a fine expression Citizens part> of grocers as to shortwelght
pine trees will be one of his most ment Administration provide a direct to my father and mother Bradford County: food packers.

Important crops in view of the attack on the first of the of your appreciation of the many Please accept my thanks for the --+

establishment of paper mills In the problems and Indirectly encour- years of their residence and citizenship cooperation given me during: the BIG LEGION PARADEJACKSONVILLELegionnaires
state age growers to overcome the other with you. closed season on black bass. I '

Through correct fertilization Mr. Smith points out. Witha feel that we have met with suc-
and cultivation I small I will continue In the future as from 118 posts, who parade here
practices and the crop growers are likelyto
use of proven strains of seed, truck give more attention to cultural In the In pant heart, to maintain a warm cess.Now I am going to ask for thiscooperation Friday on the second day of the
spot my for Bradford and
crops have improved in qualityand practices that are known to Improve her people and when opportunity to continue In help- II annual Florida Department convention -

quantity. the quality of their crop. I offords to be of such helpful ser- ing me to hold to the bag limit.If I. will of furnish the veterans'Jacksonville organization with-
Establishment of farmers' mar- Figures from the U. S. vice we will only keep up this work
as I be able to render.
kets, cooperative selling, and the ment of Agriculture show Depart-j f I Sincerely and protection to our lakes, we a mammoth spectacle of this character THE HANDY Automatic machines /fill sterilized
I i the like of which authorities -
establishment of quality standardsfor United Kingdom is the TRUMAN Q. FUTCH. will soon see and appreciate the believe has not been witnessedon FAMILY PACKAGE bottles] and seal them airtight
some crops have Improved the Importer of American tobacco results. Let's all live up to this-
.marketing: of agricultural prod During the last two years that Leesburg. Florida. when we get the limit-quit until local streets since the World sf _-ig N Nothing you eat or drink U more

ucts.There country his taken about fortyseven PAPER MILL BURNED another day. Twelve bass will be War. Five divisions have been arranged 8 carefully protected.Buy Coca-Cola
for the parade, which will
are many other things percent by weight and sixty- LEESBURG.-Fire of unknown more fish than almost any home la. the convenient 6-box (from your
move at 2 P. M. and in re
that have contributed to agricul- seven percent by value of our total origin will use without a waste. pass
completely destroyed the dealer
view at the Aragon hotel where
progress In Florida, Includ- tabocco exports. plant, of the Leesburg Grass Fibre I If you will study the conserva- distinguished guests, public officials I
trol ing development of effective con- Before 1919 American tobacco Pulp and Paper Corporation here tion work you will see the objectis and officers of the Legion, a ICI-COLD COCA-COLA IS IVIRY PtACI US,

measures for diseases and accounted for more than ninety lust week.. Erected In 1920_. n at_ a.. to cut out the' waste and destruction t._,.*_. .--A. ""-'_". -.i rt..i... 1' IT IIONOS IN YOUR ICI-BCX Pi ''
pests or crops or field and grove, percent of the total British Im- coat of more than half a million of fish. If we can only Forty.J will i----c.-be in the- :tad. '" Gold
discovery of monertl
mixtures that I ports, and Empire farmers of dollars for the purpose of manufacturing bring our lakes back to hook and I Star Mothers will be I II
will guests of j
control "salt sick
Improvements Canada, South Africa and India paper from saw grass line fishing there will be plentyof honor. I Coca Cola Bottling Co.

In crop and livestock man- sold a little more than one percent. growing In the nearby lakes, the fish and we will all enjoy it I PHONE:' 1 ,MT, ..\iti.t.-,..-. HA-,
,.igement, Improvement In farm But In that year a margin of plant had been out of operation better. All fishermen should be

record keeping, and other lines. tariff preference was establishedIn since about 1923. While a fine on the lookout at all times to help

The willingness of farmers to favor of Empire-grown tobacco. grade of paper was manufactured in locating traps and seining.As .

accept suggestions and recommendations The preference was Increased In the harvesting of the sawgraes you know it Is almost impossible -

based on actual results of 1925, since which time U. S. tobacco proved too difficult and costly a for me to keep up with all

seseurch by workers of the State has paid a duty of fifty-one procedure and the attempt was this with your help I can do lots

Experiment Station and the United cents per pound above the duty I abandoned of good. This will help to cut out I

States Department of Agriculture on Empire-grown tobacco. By I ------.-- bootlegging our fish.
painstaking endeavor on the 1929 Empire leaf accounted for PKPPER i
I certainly do appreciate the Cut
of State
part i
Agricultural Exten-
17.1 percent of the tobacco con- ST. AUGUSTINE. Senator spirit the people
sion Service generally are
workers and valua- sumed In Britain and figure now Claude Pepper, boomed for Pres- showing In this work.. I feel sure -

stands at close to twenty-five per- Indent In 1940 through the orgAnization no one will regret this In time to

Exc. Acid Cau.e. cent. of a "Pepper for President come. I am spending lots of timeon
FREE I I I you paltu of Stomach Because of the increased sale of Association" instigated through the lakes, and am ready at

UJc.r., Indigestion Empire-grown tobacco consumption the Business and Professional As- any time I am called to Investigateand your costs with

Bloating,Gas,Heartburn Belching, of American tobacco in the sociation of St. Augustine wired bring to light any Illegal fishtne' a

Nau..a.- -n__. ._.._._ __ .,.._._. .__..._..1._ ._... ann.u"" .,. United Kingdom has not kept Dace friends here that he Is decnlv__ _._. srrat pn,,. that m__ -la_ .itfmtAi-r-' ___1 +_-A _mA. -
and a fret interesting booklet at with total tobacco comsumptlon in ful to the people of St. Augustine Thanking you for the past favors -
that country. Displacements have for their confidence and friendship and promising the best service

CARPENTER'S occurred chiefly In the case of fire- by bringing his name into promi- that I can give, I remain
cured and dark air-cured types. nence in this connection but that Yours I
.,.", --. -- The quantity of fine-cured he believes CHEVROLET
our tobacco
"it is best to put all A. A. DURDEN. !
used Is now at a record level. energies just now into n united effort -

BUSINESS Owing to the additional duty required to do well the Job in hand

upon the Import of American rather than to seek another." ii
DIRECTORYDRINK tobacco English manufacturers Meantime, plans had been growing
purchase this tobacco only here for the expansion of the Pepper -
when they find that its quality Is for President Association THE SIX SUPREMECUT

superior to that which can be obtained with Mayor Walter B. Fraser, I
from Empire sources. president of the organization de-
On the other side of the pictureis claring that he would push the ...Its.. :

i China. Until recently China Idea vigorously throughout Florida symbol of QUALITY :
was our second best customer,' and invite friends of Senator YOUR GASOLINE COSTS

I buying. chiefly-low grade flue-cur- Pepper to do likewise in. RFFDfMdA I c
ea tonacco uecnuse or unsettled - -. Lw ..... .
Klf\ In Sterlll/ml BottlenThe conditions In the Orient sale of turbance sucn as 1020-21 and CUT YOUR OIL COSTS

Pause That Refreshes U. S. tobacco has dropped rapidly 1930-33, and a similar break has e .
-- there and has materially reduced occurred In recent months. About everyday/

WE AREPRESCRIPTION for the present at least the outlet eighty percent of the flue-cured CUT YOUR UPKEEP
for low grade tobacco surpluses. tobacco consumed In the United COSTS

EXPERTSCARPENTER'S In analyzing the domestic situa- States is In the form of cigarettes. /

tion Mr Smith points out that overa Some Is manufactured into granulated and enjoy all worthwhile
long period of years there has smoking tobacco, and I motoring advantages

THE REXALL: STORE been a definite trend toward increased smaller amounts Into chewing tobacco I SOUTHERN MFWtNcJ co.

,-- -- cigarette consumption. TAMM RLOsiDA. I r
This tendency has been Interrupted .
\ I
DenmarkFurniture only in periods of economic diBble -

\ Are Receiving CoVe New- contributions of the State De- For Expert Repairing I ISmith's

Stork Every Day Be Sure to partment of Agriculture and other -
See It Before You Buy. state agencies are largely re- I
-- -- sponsible for the progress that has
FURNITURE been made.

.BUILDING AND REPAIRING Florida agriculture can well Garage
A SPECIALTY take encouragement from accom-

plishments of the past few years, ,
Novehles\ Painting, Lawn but it must continue Its effort Phone 120
Furniture and Ornament for' improvement, for. considering I I

the ultimate goal to be attained TORODE

EDDY IIAKTMAN'S SHOP NOVELTY': I'I the scratched.surface has barely been'J Wrecker Service Day or Night J CHEVROLT CO.


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Ifcl 1 AYAAt I .1orly "It''a beautiful sleep It'" OET !MORE PAYILAHASSEE 'is tn, b. made her the ouht; >f '
I II. M. !McKiie, ('orre..uontlcnt "t.! I ,
i JQNTnnlmetllx OXfOR the loveliest sleep I t'verlaw/ I' \ The State!! I Iunr' I In" ''teshion tailed filI'I tinOeorjfe .

i "YolI'.eIn, / idiot. and i I hope you Washington! hotel the I
Most of the ( tbmet voted pay Ineieunes today
here I people In tins HCC- i never regain your sanity" Molly 1'emncrrlllc nominees fur the 95 I '
011 tlon attended church at Corinth 71-'Ah.' .Y : fo:' :M.'il: white employes of the i'
I seta .._ 5 ;; I laughed se.itt In the 1039 House of Represent If : ,,' .''

And Hereafter Sunday l' -. .. .. ,, .f,''''''....''" .. | Suddenly however, she seemed !Slate:; Honpltnl for the Insane nt nlivcs\ Florida Legislature, '; : '''J}; r f I J p;. '

,. Mr and Mrs J. D. Dobbs and t.(;: .. to be perturbed. She was listening Chaltah.ochee who make It'slthan I will be invited to "become
children, of Lake I ::il .t, : ::'i ;);J acquainted ii; PI I U'f'/I'; / '
City, spent Sun- f'ih'"t c to something. $50 a month Their total salaries and discuss the speaker- ', t
j I It'
the ..; ; i
I ltl i cenI' ''hI' writer bad day here with Mr. and Mrs. B. 1 1. "That was Paul's voice ,' now will be $$12,193 a month, campaign." W. McL. Christie ''ljl'I'ship fi .
tltr sum; ,oI .onductlng a tabercampaign McRae and were accompaniedhome \MI.\T HAS ILVPPENED Paul started to take off his coat. Lee, too, hud heard It. Quicklyhe an Increase of $1.580.23. None of recently renominated for his j i' I I. .

It':.',. I! ,,\VangeIiSUC Inland W. P. by Harnage.Mr Mrs. Dobbs. mother, Mrs. SO FUt "There's only one way to treat direction.turned the boat In the other the changes affected those (in higher fourth term from Duval County, '1\1:1 t\, ::1!;:!" 1 is 'Y 1

ttIuOI Oregon The first per- Lee Sheridan, young Amer- 'I your sort" he said paid brackets. as speaker of the 1037 House j r

ne entered the tab- ana Mrs O. J. Jackson lean. student at Oxford and a "Now "No," he said. "I know his voiceYou're called the gathering he announced. I'I.:
we're nqlHe
Retting some place,
he met a' he had spent Sunday with their parents, imagining things:" said he had done so at the '
ate was a Indy whom Mr. and Mrs. crack athlete! Is more or less grinned Lee, following the otherboy's ASKS PRAYER Flit KAIV ,
G. W.
co to Jesus Christ Boone, at ohHtmrlzml "It's Paul and know quest of a number of men rej"I'I': j Ii) .
tMulh of leading Sampson City. by the student example. "I've been looking you it, LAKELAND -The Rev. J, C. ,
oy Iowa In Louisiana more than Mr and Mrs. D. M. hotly because of his llelf-u- forward to this." She listened again. "And there'sa Derrick president of the Lakeland gained nominations out of !I '. ;1 1:
of 3
ago- This lady to the .mrrd mannerisms, bordering! woman with him, and you know Ministerial Association, said he May primary election. liil: < I ro ,'
ItIr I y years Orlando, and Miss Lillian McRae, As they faced each other, the ,1 (dl, I !,
of/ prominent physician. Shezealous In their minds, on insufferable> who the woman is." was calling on pastors here to 'Ili I
a of Starke, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. bells of Oxford were heard in a '
Christian. During: that conceit Lee become fond of ;hake supplication for rain at TREES 110NORTII I, .
:Ill M. McRae, Monday evening. glorious burst. Paul paused. He "Why do you bother your pretty r i (

rat e hori revival In Louisiana Elder Wl. E. Hall, of Green Cove Molly Beaumont whose broth dropped his hands. head about !It?" Wednesday night prayer meetings. DELANO.-Florida trees are on I '," !
young lady who er Paul Intensely dislike him. lIe also said he
another was telegraphing
e was Springs, was a dinner guest of "What are you waiting for ?" "Because it's so dreadfully seri their way to the New York World's I: j I' i
Christ as person- Vlalatlng/ college! regulations' Governor Cone to Issue a procla-
d lesus Mr. and Mrs, H. M. ous. They're still watching Paul
McRae, Mon. Lee demanded Fair of 1939. Already they are be- "
She Is a leading Chrls'OIl1"n by patronizing/ n public restaurant mation designating time for I' I t ,
J4 twice day. because of that fight he had with
In the South now. In the evening, Lee I "You wouldn't understand this," church members all over the Stateto ing moved from groves and gar- :: f' '
\\ Remember the Buller, and if shouldsee !
the Union I one
people say revivals do meeting atPine knock down an Oxford. mon : Paul said bitingly, "but a degree any assemble and pray for an end dens into great boxes where they I 9 ,"l'i I .; ,
Borne Level church this week-end him with her this morning, I ,
\I' abide f began my evangellscaree. I Friday, Saturday and Sunday. itor. The latter, however, bellevefl I i, from Oxford means more to me know he will be sent down." She of the drouth which Is threatening will become accustomed to new 'd 'r:? t"J ,
the early of tiff that Paul IK the 'than the extreme pleasure of : soil conditions .
at age one crops. Many of them have 11 a. '
"Oh couldn't this
paused. ,
lived to learn thatt who halt hit and wringing your neck." He turned why I -- *. completed the first of :'I'' Sf 1
e'r have IOUIILE RUNMrs. him report I morning stay beautiful or was leg their ; j' :"f'i
t ?, I the real Christian leaders him to the Hean. and took his. coat under his arm. It too good to last" LEGISLATIVE EXPERIMENT: journey as far as DeLand to betaken I I .'j 1:
e'r '' to the Lord "Get out!' he ordered JACKSONVILLE A Florida/ of botanists E' I
untrv came \V. A. Tyler, COP Lee' face In I care by on the a .
0111' was a study emotions t.Jt.
revival CII.VPTEIt NINE "I legislative procedure staff of Florida National ,It j
lin' vp of campaign had a hunch that one of 'experiment' Exhibits :t.1.\1.
i after her brother _',
Molly running -
em-mle of revivals whether I Leon Williams, of Manatee, was those good old British principles "Molly ," he began desper- - I ".
realize it or not are opposed visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. was angry and puzzled. "Why would come to your rescue," Lee 1 : :;1

y;rh', :(11111(' which this nation I and Mrs. L U. Morgan, this week. are you trying" to shield that t Crad- said maliciously. As Paul, by sheer ately."Yes. Lee" I f" ""\ ,.,1'

iltnosi '"t c,,'c'lurse the modern- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner, of I II ,, dork person ? she demanded- will power, restrained himself Lee But he couldn't go on. He hesitated 11 ,'I :!*.1,

c leader of America are I I this section have been taking music \ "That has nothing to do with stepped<( Into the hallway, almost "Nothing" he finally murmured v. i i ) '\ \ 11f1

Inst revivals They have (rood \ lessons at the Pine Level l 'It '! I told you, and I'll continue to i bumping into Wavertree, Ramsey I I'i

,pposing! ; them They I (Church: recently ell you .your friend Sherl- I and>l Trenton They looked at himinquisitively. eAt iisv 1"11'r.' ''i.$
tm hit that Buller." / i
;If> i I'i vivals, ore antidotest that moment In far-oft Liike- i
'v i Jay Bryan left Saturday for I M >-
t, ii ''i. ,nilstlc philosophy. I I West Palm Bench, where he will Molly stepped bark. "You've "Hillo Yank," Preston said I.Vnllt dade Dan Sheridan was preparing f:

'"n, 'J, earn,, again Christian visit. been beastly to Lee from the "\ were you doing In there ?" for a trip to Oxford Every let- i'I' I ,, 'm' I

men have' an Immun-i I Morgan Morgan, of Plant City, first" said Molly, stepping back, "I've just been In to see poor old I ter Lee wrote spoke of Molly and d ''As

agams' the satanic philosophy i was visiting his brother and sis "but this is really too much." I II Cenumoiit to ,tender my conloli.nces of Lee H happiness at school I.. The ', I

,Jcl ,is /tfe>"rally known as "mod- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs L. U- I "Far too much" Paul said bit- ," Lee said with mock i List one had told of the forthcoming 't 1i !tsar; I'
i iI
,,1r n ivIlKlon As I KO from i teily "to have your own sister sympathy The three men stared race between Oxford and Cambridge a
c,( \ti, place I constantly meet recently. think you a liar" I .it him mistaking his tone for one -- the classic of all crew !i I ;:,, "
n m" omen whom I had Joy Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, of I Molly stared helplessly. "But of real concern. And with that events. Dan determined to see Lee ", '.

leading/ to. the Lord years ago. this section were visiting Mr. and I Paul you were seen I realize I(I moment they begun to look upon stroke Oxford to victory .. 4 j( uy '

!find! onverts of Moody, of BllSund.iv Mrs. J. E. Rosier, of Evergreen, Lee played a troltcn trick on you Lee In a different light one of There was no doubt In Dan's ., tee I I., t y I

of Sam Jones, and of Sunday. at the race yesterday, but he's respect mind but that Cardinal, guided by L 1 I,

lei ,iingelisto! who went up and |I Leaton Morgan, Jr, and Jay I'' i Lee would go to the head of the N re' s i

\n thtf 'ountry preaching the Bryan, of this section spent last. I| river In the "bump races" that de- :, I : II.

e'I pel while a certain superficial I week In Sparr I II Bided which college would represent I.' I ,
seer. sane. 't
ministers and I Davis Gasaett, of Starke, I r ; 1 li"
;, 1 worldly was IvlRltlng | the university In the annual C, .ns5o.ae 'I"\
JI'' a" mbers criticised! them I ( in this section Sunday I InwHic between Oxford and Cam. -.--'-'---- tsdAA hrt'' *l I I I

1 .. 'nt ..(1 their work. There night ;"'hllre, It took tIle senior Sherl- 4k j i'

"' iCTh ')i ii revival In America Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and I .'an a long time to grasp the fun- \ j'j; j
I'< rh rue Christians ate be- I children and Mrs. D. Thomas : il 'mental of "bump1 ratting, bin .

,nim.realize, that we are "inI spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs a' : r.4 I'i nn Williams who had sp.-ni 'J I

I I trliij'illy i and that I a I I W M Norman In Rising. x/ ''li'-ee years at Oxford carefully ; }i.

lv> 'he "old-time l'ellon"I, \ I Mrs. J. L,, ISninily and little son f vplained It all to him I ''i : .

i' ulutlon for our probe Roger, and Miss Dolls Drown attended Inn "bump i.ice' the shells all I'' I .1, ",1

church In Starke, Sunday started' off In single file, beenimehe e t I,
., I C
5I I m 111 I I JI.) '
---- --- --- river nt the point at Oxfords S mw Q .v

I IL lie Portland, Oregon GUM BRANCH tov'l too nnirow for them 10 "row I 1 *",..rlca" 110" C asS ". yr 0 AAm.rla fruit n ,; li i
.. 4 >T '
.m aI\ I had the pleasure of II | ibrnast The object of the ,'a('-'. t N o"' a ,0. !
| ,\nllieI..e: Homage! ('01'. + i I .. H...al"r. "ISv--// ( .
a 11 old man who surveyed 'j w s for each boat to bump the one ; '
'I HI' rhe beautiful! Columbiav II i head of It, without being caughtv I PAN,..... Q C.unln Hotn __' -'+ 1 yr (
| Mrs. W. F. Harnnge left Sundayfor Forte .
: Highway' which is undoubt- = the boat behind Should a shell \\l Maus.old lqGlln. r Journal I yr I iJI! ', J JI

!lI\'! m of the most beautiful Lake City, where she will ? t t move up to the from, without being f 0 cCall'I MnSadnaoY. -lr C7HOoam. a1orls.Ar4i ::::: 1 1 y. t : .; I i
jpend a while with her daughters o )r ,
''RUn( all the world. The road / bumped. It is victorious IIti I Q OP"" Rood, lsl... .- Q r6aY N. R 1 1 j'
Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and Mrs Curl i Maac< y. I : ,
,rep 'ielf around mountains Dobbs. "! ppo3e you know i ''rally at the head l of the river I : a '"a'bll..d.'.?' \...."IY--__f \ ,.. ( .e :o1a M So.Ini : yr : t-, .. ,, .
r ,
on viii h there flows many a yoti'rt btautifuV btaJ t On the day of the "race the C1 1\,1., w II ere orld rr e, !
Mrs. E. E. Yarbough, of WOOl i Io\orlol N w OTOIB. ,
or "is ,waterfall My old. engl- I finally. 'k ,river bank was \lined with nay 0 ,. Form -- 1 y. 0 Hom. r 1 "; r ,.
lawn was visiting relatives in this : IP!: pro0tewl. aflod 1 r '
'e II"' !Miad-bulldlng friend !Isi : speetutois In summer attire A j ,,, a .lla anodN t r. fJ rnti' klyl- yr i' .; ; '
section, Sunday. I .I
He loves flowers and. / i x p rang line of racing Shells' stretch- CIlia'I !I l 'j
W H. Carter Is spending this t
("I Hl' IK u true Christian. '! down the river College barges/ t 0 era en .' \., .,
I week with J. A. Homage. I IMr. I 0 Y'5 O SoalhmnBricu'' uM, r' jtI
c 11"
I I for Whom all things and Mrs. Harvey Edwards "It hn m'l (even staiu'd) return, 11. 1. nil'1. Ii I tin, boys had ,erflowlng with gay spectntois.ii ,j pe 0z'. Vlaman' -n. wand >< "f' t"\"i,/ f ,
of Causal Point this 1 L
are spending
", Cut get thli Mvme 11 Pal I I. shnkln hilt: hi-ud" And i tow( II I on linn an undeserved
the story of his r.ionih here with relatives. !f \on" hianv lovalts ,it all. in'i., I ,"i il! '" '"'11'' r'" t I i I'iia; imn Molly cheered I wildly us the ('ordinal iriiii !:'t, I ., \

I lets mother was a'i Miss\ Selma Sapp returned home v ''ill "toM, 'Hin SCCMiin! him Ii' to I'i'" ,,.I I -i,, to i'Ii, u "1' 'Mil In shell, ntrokeil by Lee, slowly '' _C ''h/' I If I ,

Sunday lifter spending the past ',, she I I' i I i., I IM again his old moved the river. As II 4 I' t.1 I IO.'i"EH
working hard asi Mull, "" vn'i! c w 11 i t' V RS! ic- 41I| UK up t t, '
two weeks In Jacksonville with 1'10. I OFFER 110. 3 'o. 'v" :
i 'i'i support her. He jilieil., "You reminded me once thit i Jr.a Mlln'd sell Inn with n a difference ', Minip.'fl the shell representing; I'il-; '' ALL FIVE \ ALL FOUR R t t :"

\ ':i infantile/ paral- relatives. your private life Is your own." : no lonrr; was his coral llol College, the Balllol coxswain TbI.N.wlp"p.IY., FOR OVT.Y Thl.N..pup.IY.. I IV FOR ONLY I ; ,I "t t,

'. p.ii.. 11 veil 1 and help- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams, of "All right," Paul snapped. I dence one of sheer defiance, And lifted: hIM head In token of sunenT A Maqa&l" n !:; ?iJLw MaquKlnai /\ / $2.40 '' ;: !X ,1 i
1" ,, ,, .1 I idc onvillc, were guests Sunday his I '1' (rom Croup *..c*.! C9 irom Group 4T IOFFEIl ': il"i'9 ,
h"i tie learned to "Make: yourself! cheap by running {l"oW his claxMnntes accepted | of her Mr and Mrs .1. S.
I ,\\' i hy putting a pencil around with him. I can't stop attitude with grout goal nature A moment more, and another nhellvus ;(1: J

'I.?Hi ire wrote his Sapp. I' Paul, alone v'an unable to for- I / overtaken. Now there was no. tThli OFFER NO. 4 t 1" <'t 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw nnd vou NiwiDUP.r, I Yr. 1 ALL FOUIt Thl rr..a..1 Yr. \ ALL SIX f i,, 'I
<. tiers with that "No vou cnn't! I cut him yes.h'I'.lay lust one left, that of rhrlstchiiicli s't Mainiln. I FUR ONLY' 1010'10'.1';.. FOB. ONLY 3'' ': '

I ,..I l between his teeth. children of the State Farm, and because of you but nowI I get.Lee nn'l Paul were together "Hump them, Cardinal! !" MollvVeiled. ""f Iron Group A $ ?y from Croup A } V' 1
Mr ant 1 Mrs. Clarice: Hutchins, of II5 $2'2 .. $2.55 i
MO'l"sl. I
members of the "Row Lee!" 1 1
n sweetheart Is his Water Oak were dinner guests wish I hadn't""Now oftenthey were tram Group C3 I 3Maailn B I '
h've been married I know where we stand!" (5n'dinal] crew but away from In the Cardinal shell the i 1'0' / : '' 't I'J'
of their Mr. and ; f
Sunday parents,
Ill' : i Mv yuars Under his Paul grater! 'tio shell or the looker tooth the swain was worried UN Lee continued /'' t Alt. FIVE '1'"
Mrs. L. L. Conner. I .yr Tru BtorY ._ _,_ 1 \ 'I
I'J I 't i IIIH brother, who Is now Molly hesitated for a moment; two hoys never spoke. Lee triedt to raise the beat 0 tr Household Maqailn 1 ft yr I FOB ONLY 1 :
ho!,I J ii I of Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the out. Paul be friendly, but Paul would can't this Oood Slorl. l V t' j'
< a great railroad?! week-end in Graham with Airs tin n, sadly, she walked t 0 : I "They keep up Ir I' Country Horn -y__ _-_ i }r f$2.25 I
't' 1! > i utches and braces so \cnt' to the window, his expression have none of It. The British troy" s trokc'I '! he called I Will nlnjly; I d p THIS NEWSPAPER"- 1 y. } t,\ I
t Kva: Wusdin. ,
'II' .urn to walk, and little : 4 I' bitter. As he stood there attitude surprised the others, who "They have to!" Lee punted r.. 5 ,1, ,I..:, .. .

'J)t i fought his way back : --- the hells began to chime Sudden- felt he was being a decidedly bad Desperately the crew! hung on ALL riVB "i 'j, "
::0 *' K,>"i' more than fifty 11,1.1 Pl'/Y/ ''v: there was a knock\ at the door. sport about it all One by one they M'owly the prow, of the Cardinal McCall'Woman'!Maqoiln World _- I I yr Y* FOR ONLY / (i.1/I I

VI t," .il friend has struggled. BKS! Ail-i: Nimmo Correspondent( I It was Lee, one of his eyes :, bernn/ to pool toward him. cleaved, the water" In the wake of Good Farm Stories Journnl________ I 1 yr T' }tr2. .10r ''f J'fj

''in) H", ? wail' a little shaky when !I 'lurk and a little swollen; but still I j Mollv was: no better able to un- r-hrlstchurch The Cardinal crow THIS NEWSPAPER 1 T. ,I 'i
11' \"'I"h", hat' he keeps fighting The observation of Air Mall ; n cocky Lee- "Remember me?" 'I !le rsland' Paul's attitude When bent to I heir task grimly .... ( aIeetarrtltaeetlsrwarsasteratrtwraalwewtrrr !' + ...
--- -
irI ,,,' .IIlh |I.. i chillonge. with one another however There as I a look of consterna' ,
good "If I Week here was quite a success ''he asked In bantering : Ithey: were .... ,.
I "f
'inlilli, '. "ulil< not take that infan- Postmaster Adu NImmo failed to I I "Look! here, Sheridan," Paul there was a little mention of tion of the face of the Chlist- ... .1 '1 i.;.

i "1 ,1' ils out of my life. I secure a pilot for the pick-up, but !, said ungrllv "Arp you going the strained relationship existing church coxswain as fiiriliiml<1 I clesvl '.' 11!: j; .
th t 'r 'I"d', 1 mt all thnt happened' to M-, Whitney, manager promised a i through with this ?" ,i between her brother and Lee In. Then it win all ravel, fin : '
I ; (I '
!Tie KM p"v itruggic was a bless- pilot for next year's celebration ,' "Why not ? Lee asked calmly. E-rly: one morning Lee took dlnal' fipeei'lng, on. crashed I Into. : I I) 't s f ''I'" I r# el.

111" 'I"' I 'lim followed! me all the Parcels were not moiled, but thirty I I "I've always known you were a Molly out on the river In a row- the Christchurch boat KOI n nn y I anetoia $..... .............far which pl*..* .nd maD I f ,"

y, t t..iv lift Living and trust1 | .seven letters were dispatched to braRgai Now I know you're u boat. As he started off he looked ment Christchurch lurched ThenIt the magazine I have chacltad, lofathar, with a y-r'a i I ,J'

| .II 1 i HIM I! been a great e:'\ n liar as well" Paul at her for a minute speechlessly turned over, its punting' \ crew I subscription to your nw.papar. i;'' :' < .

I ."i' I'' ',.is, been wonderful to be'|' week The patron of the of- ,I I I'-enponded furious I( thrown Into the waters of the Isis. G J Horna Offer D Story Offer i f"" ,. .

aiIt! \. ''i'i' to be able to work. God ,Ve\ were very loyal In their 111ilBtance "Coming from you," Lee replied "I suppose you know you're I I Thunderous cheer strolled across 0S 'J I', "f
I : N-m .. ._.... ... ... .. ... I'' t
I"ol\! he said! In from Cardinal
He compli hrautlfXil; finally a supporters Molly J
had heard my'' and responded rea'llly to : f-.ose are practically *
Prey,.! many times. I am glad I the call some by mailing lett ments. I'm tickled to death I hit tranjrely gentle voice. was delirious with joy Cardinal : : :: : ::::: : j ; f

am su.d I rll'l I've hardly the sleep had gained the head of the river 3B Slraal R.f.D. .. .. ...... ... 1 ;
That Is the way their :and some circulating and hat Buller, becaime you're going "Why, got "J ;1 : ..J : q
man talked to the for It. I'm only out of my eyes, she protester and the honor of represent Oxford i1 .
me as he was posters. o take rap ''
Placing Town and 5,*,. ....m.... --.. h ; ,
with his delicate hands a The death angel visited our lltI sorry they're not going to kick you laughing."If; against Cambridge.To ,
CIU.I"" of beautiful roses In a vase I tin village at four A. M., last Sat- out." that's sleep," said Lee ten- ( be Continued ) ...aEa-- -- ij.!'! ,I'ij.

on J the dresser In my room. lie Is I| 'unlay morning and look from, our -- ----- I ,, -.

& well-balanced. man. He can survey midst our much loved Mrs. W R 111:1011: mi *>(:'II(M>I, Mlles ''I i i ; IO,,

he r"uls\ through mountains and Jackson. Mrs Jackson has beena titpoitii ('0 ii \7'1', KI.OIIIM, .'011 '1"1: : : JIM-: : : J"I i

can sleep out at night. He can great sufferer for several years '
fight \\',nh ; The following report of the RvlitN| and r>l..lmr..i.montK of th" !oI"HO"H. funds, i>r 1I..Jr'.r.1 foiintv/ for the yi' .
W& courageous faith his of a complication of diseases but J ; "r wurritnli ouiotunillnir, report of Notes. Honrt, unit Tlin. warrants .urfKfllnir the H''II''><'H. I"und.t said 1'I, | : t
,\ out of a bed to crutches and I. we know she will ever be missed. r..i.V.nriinir' ,, together wllh report. of I Its Am.i tn. mid. IInbilltles of the 'ho..I I HVHUMII of said county, .ll.. rrpojlril, l"y ; '
than fiom published! under the pruvisions .,f chapter" 681.1, Act of 1915 of the I."WH of Klf.rlilu.
up crutches he can walk Card Of ThanksWe I hereby | ) ,; j

mountain sides. Yet, he can i wish to thank our friends I '
AnIt j jlflank ,
mind paint with the hand of I loved for their help. : i :
nd ones J 1\.IIllIn. I ...".
, 811 artist' and no woman could ever We appreciate the manner In I IWI1I'I'IIIII. ('ash. I""tory I iteu.Ipls 1 Total :'I".r. .. IIInk Inventory ,
trim With I 'cxns IhttsOrs' I "I..r".II,1C. Halx nee f.f NtoreN for the Av..I".hle 'I'ot,1, "".. 1I"t., of Mtor.a: r;
bcJuqlll't more delicate hands a 'i I which they so kindly and patient. ''leis I I. 193n Jaly,,' I I. IBaG !JuIV I, 191& .Iuly I I. 19:1&: Ye.r Funds 'I.lItur, I 3U. 1095.1uns :3n 19'Ju"a 30. IUS t.' '1n".rl1l \
of roses and We thank '
then place| ly rendered Bervlce.!
hem more artistically In a vase. the doctors and! nurses for evpry'frol.t 'lIn,1 __ ------------t'd 7.H7R4 1.01)136 od .4&M,01)) 1'111" Ol.nl,31) 567211, D4./lIMU/ oil 11.111 119 /,77).37 I ud 4 Ole 01) Non s it i ip"t.l..t
Thank 0------------_ 1&3,84 None 0,364.79 .1127,84 6.5a4.07 '1.134 .
g" ,626.n! 9.112,86 871 111,24 13.311.1N"n. i ilI"n..ra'
God for the joy of meeting < made to lessen pain and t ol."r('... IAN 4"und _-________! None :'11,,,. None N..a N'.oe hone Nron. No" None None Nons '
CCQ810nally ._ NUll.. 6,615.93 None 11.131.18 U.211.TI 211,18 2.HI,13 Non. '
one of God's noble- make our loved one more corm 111..1. I&M Fund 11.1&,9 IHI,13 Non. I I1I."rnl
1111'11' cit. lht. Fund ___ ... No..a:0":: None ,,: "na None Non! JI"n.! 1\"". I N..n. None.
| fo table. We are thankful for the III..trh" 1111. Fend, NUll. Non. None None Nuns None None None N'm. None h
beautiful floral offerings; that '
I "1''rH." 11,554 no 11,155,0' 35,52, on 'tons .119"lilt a1 St'to 7.q7& .119"V, 0I U.U'I t/54541 it 71'14 Sn"
were brought as the last tokenof
and f'lgnedW.' .W. I
love respect FuNDs
R. Jackson and son; Mrs Eliza I Inve.tm.nlN- -- r'rn.en rtalan. .,.... .. ___ -- -. n.DOS.2S 1 111415arPM
COLDS Hall and daughter Miss Geraldine ''I'...... .are hewn ah..v.111" ... w a!
\ of !oIlh'U..p..r.v and' 'I"'p""t" n- 'hwn tov "nunt" ""I'.ln'.T"nl'. report 4175 e!1 AC
; Coutsey Rlgdon and Mrs. .., '
Llnnle M. Brown. ... uu.1'I'14s: ;

Mr and Mrs. G- P. Wadswoith,,

>12 TABLETS Jr, had 01 recent guests Mrs. 'Ile,. Warrants "II"r "Petal' Th" W rrsnt. /interestFLNDS )
,.,.... ... I Iloiatundtne
Lntea. ,Old tlnr.I" 1 111.1.1..11" 11..1111. r.u..r nr I
l'S 15C Airs L, A. Johns, of Miami. ,, 4n standing' nlll.lal'dlllll' Oalol"nlllntr laef 1IIt, In 1''loult te
I Mrs Martin, of Leesburg Is June 30: 1nl6: 'n". 7o. lisle>> .Inn. 5o. toss doll. 30. 1 ISaS>> June 30. tAU '"..e 311. 1"lS: '

the guest of Mrs. M L. Wattercon -- -
2 FULL 2.7U,32 2.1)01)) Oil 2.64311 2'.7 532 11,00000) ;,'011 1111 I I IUlstrl'I
25ortrulNt I..I r'"unIY
DOZEN this week. II'mo _. :1": ? 75,0000 7595.00 _..27.500.00 41)0
Sullivan __ ____ __ __ _
Sus. A
BAYER ASPIRIN visor of the sewing circle, of 1'nT"r 4 __ .___u _C''t4" 79 t.c""n/1. / r, l n e" 141 92 i"4.05) 9 17,1100

I Ocala, was visiting here this week.

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II HAVE YOU READ? I Jury To Try Coal Operators and- Individuals In Harlan

Bradford County Telegraph STUFF I "DAWN IN tYONNESSE.

Established: 1877 4t1OITS'I'AHKE By Mary Ellen ChaseIs

In every way a worthy sin'-

: of Peters and Silas
censor Mary
Published I Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I AM) BRADFORD COUNTY Crochet and the ,author knowH the

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida coast of Cornwall as she knows

that/ of her native MaIne. Thl

tt E Pvt B 1 r.VLO11DA = Jji I TIllS COLUMN nominates "Dry Is an appealing and beautiful

: PRESS PiSSOCJAflONV Guillotine" as the season's novel.
v\ greatest "glad book"whenyou I I J d.M
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get through with It you are &t
3 4n4a/td 7teuz "HONOR BRIGHT"By
aren't a convict In
eo glad you ill
.,. Frances Parkenson Keyes
- --- -- ---- French Guiana that you are
I A delightful story with some Interesting

E. L. Matthews _____ _-__ .__ _______Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION perfectly satisfied to be who chapter headings: Pre-
and what you are. If you have a
lude Wedding March Trinity
-- -- I strong stomach and ten cents
RATE Church Boston Mnss, 1890. The
you can do worse for an evening -
Children's Hour-Washington. D.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance borrow'a entertainment this book from the that rent-to C., 1896. Reluctant Feet-Solo J

ApplicationA mon's Garden. Virginia, 1914-1916.
Advertising Rates on Wi
al shelf of the public library. _
Crisis-Jefferson & Jackson University
Some folks consider this type
of book depressing but It seems VIrginia. Cub Reporter-- LONDON, Ky.The Jury which.., will\ decide the guilt or innocence of the coal operator and

VERY IMPORTANT ANNIVERSARY to us that to the contrary. they New Postlude-Wedding Yoik City November March. 1920 The enforcement officers of Harlan County on trial in Federal court here, charged with conspiring u d''

Celebrations are being held in Great Britain during 1938 cheer you up by making you see Painted Parlor. Solomon's Garden the mine woikeis the right to organize and bargain collectively Left to right (front row AICH K,

commemorating the 400th anniversary of the introductionof I Just how well off you are as 1925. I win. Aleck Powell. John Hibbard, T N. Roberts, Ed'vln Cell, Bill Chestnut; (Back row Demon .j ji

compared with the poor devils' I i bell Hercules York, Richard Hopper W. B Johnson Walter Sizemore L F. Johnson aM'' ai'
the King James version of the Bible into English churches. Devils Island The books
on gay "KING EDWARD VIII" I ___________ _________ ___ _________ _______
of literature about Lord and Lady Whoosls II -
xtolling the Bible as one of the greatest pieces I

he world, the Governor General of Canada, in a recent ad- pool and are their the marble ones that swimming give us An intimate By Hector biography Bolitho with LAWTEYO. I week per crop have hero been as needed the rains budly this In I /JiJ't/1

H. declared that it forms the principal bond between the nightmares- thirty-four \illustrations J. I'lilllliiM. Correspondent' this section. MI' and Mrs .J I Riai. Sta.

---- -- I gill, May 9.
..;n-dish-speaking people. .
I Miss:' Elva Lee Reddish of JJicklonvlllc : Mr. and Mr llni.' t i I''
need of the people to rely on the wisdom SPEAKING of books-we've been Bertlttt Harding) ]j;
lie stressed the By Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Hill have spent the week-end at her Icy, Lawtey, girl i _'
contained in the Bible which is based on the experience of aj I getting awfully behind with our (Author of Golden Fleece) I recently donated the old "Mother home heie --- .
reading! lately. It seems now
This Is a brilliant\ historical romance -
great race seeking spirtual guidance. guidance. which when I as if the supply of friends will but the spirit of gaiety pre- Hill' home and a lot across the The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw and Notice Tcachc '.-, fi.VOflj

not followed by them brought disaster. lie added that if the I be used UI and everyone will vailn. It Is a literary cocktail street from same to the Luwtey I family left Monday for Greenville !

used by statesmen of today will already be Influenced before -'blended of gratifying measures of Baptist Church for a pastOl"s'home Tenn., where they will spend some' Teachers exiinni ,|111
sacred voluire were more frequently we get around to reading and''' and workmen are row engaged time visiting relatives and trlends.j held. June :2, '1. u,,1! i 'ujVTI"h
glamour, excitement, legend '
as their guide, as it was in the past, the world would be "How to Win Friends and Influence ribaldry and really leaves a warm. under the supervision of ]M'-t, "'an!llic! .t rJ'3) cf !:- "nfnr' "- 1 ,.

better off. People." As for "Gone glow of zest and appreciationThe I i Mr. Annie In moving und rebuilding .sonvtlle, spent the week-end nt her A I Illl'i4 ( ,HII-3' ( |
I the house Into a modern home
With the Wind we'd be will- home here.
A well-known writer also:' commented recently on the to that this column i is for the pastor of the Lawtey Bap-
ing wager
above and many other new 1 ;rs. O J PhllUpa: and chil-'rcn
yet simple literary effects of many parts of the Bible. one of the few In Starke who tist Church. S'IJEnn.ESouthbllilna
strong ,
and fascinating books of all types -.vl"> have hen visiting relativesIn
He declares that "the most perfect sentence in English prose"is I have not yet followed the trail and tastes will be found at your School BuildIng I'rogresaing :Miami for the past two weeks

: "Consider!' the lilies of the field, how they grow ; they toil I of Scarlett and Brett throughsome Public Library In the Woman's The building recently used as ret.lined home Satuiduy. :Xo. :20:: \--Due Stark' .' f
thirteen hundred the Woodlawn School which has
or Club Building. Open daily except of Dothan Ala.
Billy Plummer :207? -Due Stark : i t':<
not, neither do they spin ; and yet I say unto you, that even I pages Bet there aren't Sundays from one until six o'clockp. been torn down and moved to the. will be a week-end visitor here No 'Ci-- Bite Starke u.n p

Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these." even enough left to form a m. Get a book or join today. school lot here is now being rebuilt this week. No. 201Due Starke n >i I'' p,

"Haven't Read It And Don't Intend -.- I I with A. M. Blanchard as supervisor _, ._. .
? ? --
There was never a period in human history when man I To Club." !MISSION II.LLND using NYA labor. It Is Not.tJiliounilMo

needed spiritual. guidance of the kind found in the Bible more j I TABERNACLEAttendance I I I I hoped that it will be ready for use I Waadln. .. Thanks I : '4'-> Due Er..I' ',,iirVo ,
-- .
: than now. It is to be hoped that the civilized world will join A YOUNG CALF still alive and at the Tabernacle ;, when the next term of school begins It. t,. wasrtln newly elected : '<,,I Due Stark,' 4 is p

with the people of the British Empire in effecting a keener wailing although crushed by a meeting Friday night was large county' commissioner made from the distiicttour following NY :f; t One Stark.. |'J
automobile, beside and visitors from several towns Tux: Books To CloNE! yesterday No. !TCSPue: Starke in al
appreciation of the salient teachings of the Bible during this passing lay !: statement: "I am liking: this No. :211- I
the road just past the filling were noted among the audience. I The 1937 Tax Books w.ll clone In' ; -Due Stark a to a
of its translation the The Daniel's Interpretation June 6 1938. and method of thanking my friends Strike r-jb Ai-nt,
400th anniversary placing among station at Kingsley Lake late message was T-awtey Monday. ) teasl';'
Sunday afternoon. A short dls of 1hc King's: dream' nil property owners who have not foi the vote and supi'orl given me I ervl"tI! fc'at.cii" of I
churches England.
I In the run-off election of May 24. .
tance away the wire fence and! Moat Interesting were several special paid their taxes are advised to pay I 'ioU "
-------- r promise a falthf: und impartial
posts, placed along the famous numbers, among them a duct before that date to save additional .
ANOTHER BLOW AIMED AT THE SOUTH ? I curve supposedly to help keep II III I by Mr. and Mrs S. H. Dodd of expense. administration of the duties of the" I '--- -- --
office to which I urn nominated. >0'1'11'1.11 III: :' ,
Walter Lippman, one of our wisest and apparently least I motorists on the road, was torn : Mldlakes, songs by the Mission Grader Ready For Beans. - ..-- ---- for tho powei v. '. ..1.1M'.HKl 1 nu ,
and tangled by an automobile trio, and also a duet by a mother The grader for grading Ford of I'lll.ll.' I Ilr.iiulford I
prejudiced columnists, goes to bat for the South in a recent and daughter.At Gasoline Consumption ('on nt> helection '
I that had bucked up against it Kook lima beans is now ready: for I In nnntdiIMNH I .,'
article in which he denounced the wages and hours bill now the night before. Several other the Mission Hall meeting use and will be used for the first Bradford County Is credited I 'let No J7 mil, '

before Congress as detrimental to industry below the Mason- i dents in the wire all\ along the Tuesday night. Rev. L. G. Hem- time Friday when It Is expected.. with 111,394 gallons of gasoline H.,.'.hciol-- .IHxlrk-l, ,,... ...N ". .I
t.. curve showed where minor run- Ingway spoke on the subject of thnt the first cur will be loaded used during the month of April. rtehool Holme and; ; in t, J''
i Dixon line. "Painful Memories, and was In I I In the town of SUM, I U. 1 n
Co. from here this the
I ins too numerous to mention shipment sea- During same; peiloJ 7,614 gal- whether or not tab-f| I'i ,.
", He says that the bill is regarded: with considerable' favor had been occurring. One of charge of the meeting Two young : Bon Prospects good for a bum- lons of kerosene were used consolidate with SI" I It.. '\
1 ladies of Rosewood Church t to elept three it, '
those red that reflect -----
and workingmen in those industries, signals ,
: tirmlnp the \I
northern employers amount i
i ty from the lights;: of an approaching ft duet entitled "The Old Country j RHNpNNei againsttal'l 'lila',

:, like textiles, which are incompetition with the South. They car would probably save Church" and a mission worker cllxtrlrt for the "11.,1, ,,-". ,

regard the bill, he says, as the equivalent of an internal tariff'|, some lives that otherwise will sang "A Child pf the King. li Th,"., manager f"n i III I a

industries by excluding. the products of :i Inevitably be lost along this "Peppy Pat' Wimberly Jack- : POVTDHATN ,
northern Cal an
to protect _
jiuvllle _
i curve Del.t'ull, who owns the Paptlst minister will be full Aiil.I'ugrti ,
the cheaper southern labor from the national market. ,i Klngsley filling station, sees tho tcutureil speaker at the Tabernacle __ I : ) .'

; Mr. Lippmann insists!' that sponsors of the bill state just : one or more accidents almost tonight (Friday) it was an- t6y 4CUN..J REU; rinm:: I I.

1 I to the southern factories if it every week caused Cither by the I nouncc-l. and the .Tt-wlwh speaker (MuoIo Fcattitci t: thato' : Syndicate. ) STARKKK.l .\ 5. .".
i what they think will happen curve or the cows on the road. previously scheduled to speak to- I A!K.I da m"- I..

; is passed. I>o thev: believe that the southern employers can I Ir Incidentally. he says that he Is night will be present Friday OF all the commonwealths in the: I I Eivcr" you are correct. Year after Graham,,, I I527UC17
Union, the Carol! the :, ycir its:' haunting melody is heard .
with the night June 10 nas are
r: pay the Federal wage and still compete successfully: I Ir against the no-fence law but is -- __ 4'Lau'I'y __ ___ most dependable as.themes of.s, s popular :. -i'! more often than any other tune cf t I. _._
r, North. or do they believe that this bill will prevent them from i In favor of keeping the curs off meioaie.9.Scarcely 'I its class. It rolled up more than
the toad and tinning them over Mclhodist I a season I 4,000 performances in 1936. '\o.t'It-vi: <>!<' sal '' 'I''! "
conmetin-?? D.) they think southern employers can pay this to the cow The follo'vlnjr services for the II passes thai I Another: .: great favorite among the "'rii: 'nt-ii \"ivoTin 'I'-
: 1 is I uI'I-;i i
think rune the songwriter*: zpirichels, but some distance b ck.
do they can ;
hi'' lur: wage out of profits or they Lawtey Methodist Church have I I .r C'. Innex hlli I 111 ''I I
: tribute ii "Swing Low. Sweet Charist. .
do not : ; It ,
i it pay; I'"II II nil"t t'llll I IIItnpDther I -'
: prices! and still sell a:' many good]*, or do they think southern' IN SPITE of all we can do It been announced by the pastor to the Carc- scored 1.544 performances.:' In third will) nil
will be William Shaw:. Sunday school 10 l.naa. The re- place wa. "Go Down Moses" with1,16J I t..1! or !le'\'Itl 'A,<." t, '
producers will be forced to contract and discouragedfrom i looks as If the summer doldrums !",. i\,1\IvptI'd. 'tt''t *-". 'I' I.
t have set tn n re'8 what <, -Iock; morning worship at It son, primarily is \ listings. ,.. MIM.-I. r"h i '
the South ? "Just what is the
,'. opening new factories o'clock, "A Challenge to Faith"; tho o.ngablcr.c- rq216!i "f i II.
we saw in a saunter down Call 1"\1'1"1' ,
of the name. It irpiisinalu tar f.'oirit, the record ,,' ,iii ". "
theory of the bill ? he asks. j ft reel at four o'clock Monday evening service 8 o clock; prayer ripps! off tnetongu uni, ".III Vails Chilian fiat S/ioc,." I llllT: (IpKcrllx (| i'' :,:I I .
to industrial afternoon Dennis his and I contel.t'nceY(>dnesday nightat with Mt It tr:IIN outranked < -mntv of I'ni.lf. 'I I
The writer reviews as follows the handicaps : Candy I HHbitanliully by to-wlt I ,
,.. .
'! fare still bandaged as the result 8 o'clock.1I.'t I .1 utv : "Nobody Known the Trouble I've a,', 46.(! II 1 III Woo' .''I 1 -5
development under which the South must struggle : "Since of an automobile accidentlast : Louis Reid ber of'syllab'.esNearly : ;. I Seen." "SOIIl"thlltf> I fed Like nMnthcrlei l'I"a Tp. 6 H. Tt JJ I I'. ,
Cftl.'r'" "Steal Awe,,." I".C iO 2L'trN, in"'i '
the Civil War it has been the victim of a tariff system which j Friday night, going back to so hot so they will\ have the twenty tunes In tho past mid tlie comparatively' "unfamiliar./ ; It,. '. .. Ini I In,. 1 h".. 1.1. .

I;; forced it to buy in a protected market and to sell its cotton work with a Coca Cola in his old Taylor Cub repaired for few years have Incorporated Carolina I "1::#'kl1 Sato de IViied," and "Lit I ",.-,"'prt MUHIKl CIeitt N' I I"' I 1''l'1 I .

Since the World War its free J Jf' hnnd. Bill Graham sitting on about $200( and fly It a coupl"mol' or variations of the name In tie }JIIL"ltf.'lal/ on IV Ifaip." taxes for the yoai" I II IIH I'
and tobacco in a free market. ) ., I lu ,., .
their tltlos. The bet known c' '" \ i '' u '
the fender of a cur parked In '' years. They were planning : .
result of the northern and the most It, of I Romberg Dissents laid tax "i"I I If! i
f' world market has been closing, partly as a front of Alvarez'. Cecil( Manlrewoik'ng on a new plane If thevcould then popular." .,'I 1 rUt,H' IK.n I t ni] ,' .
: course, "Carolina Moon. Written TIle preaent movement among; ,, .',
IllX-B Will I' .1.1 I.
tariff policy. The South suffers from high railroad rates. a croan! word puzzle In have gotten a good allowance :
by Tin Pan Alley's Joa Burke und mil,, .-> pnliliahers to Induce comlionis UM",r at tin <'. ,. '
It has not until recently had access to the private capital ] the City Barber Shop. Elmo Lncy and Shoi.ty are benny Davis several years ao, It I to wrIte son:\. not too easily film' nn I"In10 I I .1'. "
Ftruth perspiring on the arm- still enthusiastic over flying U still icgulnily performed. I I )leaine'l, or 1'Cnembea'Nlllnds( no no- II ''i, nt I 11 I: 00 n'i'I h i I ,!
t market." The South's cheap labor, he believes, is the only ory steps while unpacking/ and are all that's left of the ASCAP'S files list more than 2.S30:: I, cord 1 with SlRmiinil Kombortr. Ito 1 .I Hiitefl IX. this the 21 i iII I

offset these handicaps. I Perfoimunces In 1936. Second !'t meets their challenge with tile ro- "1'1.'I'r q. ,"R \I.)
advantage it has to partially | r'O"= of National: Guard equipment old Flying Club that started "
favor Is "Crying for tl.e Caroline. i rin"k: A ,r. 1'H'i4" 1 s"
Mr. Lippmann says the fact of the matter is that in the : containing everything I out here with such fanfare In by llnry Warren and Joe Youiii.: | l'O\lIIlal' (ont( slionlil be TIT I'ten I (It.'1"1, ( ,,f. i i I''"ii"ironi ..."i .. ,
from revolvers to foot powder. March, 1935 What have be- with 1.1.21. The rest ale for the puLSe end not I I r.. : .
long period of Republican rule! after the Civil War the South Steve Weldon and Charlie Darby I come of the members pf vestpiyeir '- not even close.Some fiii music piil>'l8r''if."

I has had the status of a colony and that the net effect of the'nation's deep In a 'onvel'Halion pret- : It C Wall Bert Busbee. 0--; PublIshers hold thata .

commercial policy has been to keep the South im- |: tv sure to be about one of three Mrs. N. D WalnwrlKht./ Jr. RH of the better popular: number that 'ft.t"f.", r'e' W5 I' U, "Ittifl'i'ia'Ir
can be learned I "
f at ahearing. t t" a''r.rfI1 *
| things : skeet .phootlng, fishing Smith, among others!'! Must known "Carolina" titles and wMslledat I .<, npm"1I ", .
poverished. Tariff policy; railroad policy, the toleration of I or bird doKS. Dr. Parks hat have decided the ground was a are "Carolina's Calling;.r: ) one leaves the 'hea- I'l'I ',1.- '- i.. h-i q fllml >> ,' i l 'V '
trusts and monopolies, and the concentrated control of (credit | under aim looking! for a breezeat pretty good place to be on aft- "Morning!e." "Carolina," "It' Sunday in the ,' ;e-: Ire. u lint profll b'3.! imther. "M'"., ul with hat ill'In-i'u''.." v ':.

t have worked to retard the industrial development of the the corner of Canova's Pharmacy er all."EASY Down in Caroline" SOURS a.o played so I ,Iei1'. n,' !<."..I l"l tnv "'. 'I 1
much tho 'i't '
lie ,1\'r.l"p,1
Col. D. E smiling on radio they "
Knight "Carolina's "Car ''d
South and to keep it in the position of a colony! producing1! say. that too simple a I hlirhnuf lilflrli f-'r.-1' ,.
Sunshine and '
over a fine watermelon just TERMS" are getting to olina just hv Phnnfer IR21H "t 'llf ,,
"Carolina." There melody Is learned by I )h., t.** rl',l.ilnr* I IIP 'i' .
cheap raw materials, he says. i I received from an admiring client be so darned easy that It's pretty plain U. "Carolina everybody In a week or I Ineit Hrrlheil; real "tn": :"- .'

., But we of the South must not spend all of our time in Eddie Ilartmnn's door shut hard to resist buying a lot of Stone a ," to say nothing Rolling; 10. It Is then replaced I '''."IllltV. "f lllll'lflllll.. 'J.. 'I.'

and lamentation over the great handicaps under I with a sign "We Close on things whether you need themor of a "Carolina Stomp.' by another Bonn and ". ri. i.1 I -
self-pity Thursday Afternoon"-but this not. Down payments have Two numbers) have the the public hasn't bought I Tn 7 ". I!. 2" C ". ... I
Of should to the : any nt .tha ..".,_,g''" .,.._..... .
which we must struggle. course, we fight was Monday Soon as this oppressive dwindled to practically! nothingat title, "Carolina LUUa y.- un. -- n'"I' ? 1 I.'M "
Ti 's'r"i. to he mild -I"nl'
last ditch when honestly convinced that neasures such as a !Ir heat wave Is over all, and now one store In .1- Ycu-3: ** p I ,erflflrnlc$ NIIM 40 .n "'
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PiOffrem note: Tune/ .- / Rombcr however. / "'I."> r> to1" 'i i'I
however customers will start Jacksonville announces that It j. ,
r Federal wage and hours bill\) would be detrimental to our best man Duke KlHngton believes and think """.-I'lIt iiniiHliI. tut.. f." "" fa
coming down town and will cancel Installments In 'We ,,, ,
everybody July n < huth In.'I"Irir "'
leading specialist in inillijn/ 1:1'> it:. r_ r -"t. that .
there. simple catchy
f. interests but our duty does not stop I will back to work and that tongs I > 554 in .
go August so customers half fount a tirto tray of ': .HO do rot die out. He points to frequent .T.Ssv', of 1'1"' !. -. '
Mr. Lippmann gives the same advice as that voiced by cl'idlng (perhaps) your re may enjoy their vacations with- "blue." Hit lateit optic it iiMml revivals: of umplc melodies-''Merry B .,. 'I '1'" 7 S K 20 1. .. ..1"
out ".t%"1'1." WI.IowValu. I InC "8 ..1'..". more <'I.i I .
having to about "Sweet
porter. "worry Sue
Club here last "Just .
at the Rotary week. "If .
r a nrominent sneaker .. VVearvin.. _.Th. tn. :r.ep !* I Ii* w.M. ..., ,.
n. .nnvn"t... ......... .Tt'. .a. 'tar nrt. a for You "D.ap T.I I" ,, .. '
( '' n"r"r 'T.' 'i." "
' the South is to raise its standard life," he says "it must' WHKTHF.R': you noticed or not, I gesture, but hardly ;necessary.The ; I-.J.. I ;au'.tercup" from ;"Pinafore.; :' "OI 111S unit 1911: renpe.'tlvely .V cI''"rtll'pH.'nt '

turn away from its dependence on the export of a few staple I 5,000 rifle shots were fired on average person ceases to Danube"Hearing today the wake"Beautiful mote ji'.c-r'if ,' Man" ,'/rite River.simple tun t." he I', .. .1 i ,""(.-pnlil.. ',Mn Imp Incliin"for "i ..aOUfl'leg

crops, like cotton and tobacco, and it must diversify its agri- Cull Street between Saturday I I'' worry about Installments Just nnnt than tier in reminder nf the ,, ".1' l not only will the public: say pick; I I I'll tr. 'n.117 V.,48....-tlfl-nf". ',>,f 'ha''' "I,I,.
morning and Monday at noon. as soon as he leaves town and charm and gaiety of olit Vienin. wea up, but they will become at.ndant. I I nil mthMrrment, mnltte'l ,' '
.'. culture and develop local industries. To do this it must compete W II. Noegel and his knows that the collector won'tbe To adapt the melody to 'f* iteio' environment : >. ti-r goes on, people regard i ithcs tnxeii will h. until. tn Ml'ilrtcr Ii' 'fl, .I'I

with the older and more favored industrial regions, and. ant. lH.\ Kilter ( 118.lst-1 I able to find him mtiiiciani will fJ".b"brllI with a sort of revoience. built I !8'm-l.p"' H'rn th the. I'onrth lOlh an191X. \ 'un'
step it vp to a march ici'A ",I"t".Vtlv'lone. ur> cf of
: tilt
I Memory first time they I HI 1 II 1 nn n'rloi'k A M
rhe one real advantage it possesses in the competitive strugle the restaurant business I --- tmmpet unit Oak) are well pleased' at the I'THANKS to our secret agents, we .15115
is the fact that southerners are willing and able to work I
start made with their shooting are beginning; to receive all 1'I A Con :'or lower next to Cafe. kinds of Interesting facts For -f I .4. J TIroMA. ,, "
wages. I gallery Bryant's ( ditty to crash tl.rcuRh[ to I Clerk of fire-nit( 'It' .
In closing, Mr. Lippmann said : "This is in truth a sec- The best shot yet to turn up Instance this: What court house Movie producers would sorm 'o .e. rbm popular song performance nr."rord County. FI.rld.
reemit to be young Julian Orlf- official when called upon lute have missed the boat In lu'c.pot.t-" !Ii, b-dave it or not. of Spanish 527.It41O.MILLIONS.
tional bill disguised as a humanitarian reform. It is(' sup- log "Bel Mir Blat du Schoea' I la a or.'in. The exchange of bombs and I --
fill, who made thirty-two hits Monday night to return to his .
ported in part by reactionaries who know just what it really winning a quarter each time-- office to transact some Impor- i' popularity picture at this was late exhausted date. The thrc Bon;,,,;li. buLsts"*, TTU.Y rules have of that halted unhappy the country songwritir I I USE THIS

means and in part by northern reformers who have never or a total of JS if you don t tant matter ran Into the buildIng !- radio repetition several weeks before I' lat it does not deter! th. more Get relief from acld-mdlgegllw1
care to figure It our yourself. in his pajamas sans robe the appearance of the I"m, r-loiJic enoritas one the moods -c.acth'lI.sIIt
Take the
been in the South have the tremendous Blsma-Rex.
or never grasped Ix. "Honor" and r : *. "> At
ve. Liliu.i.:
Messrs. Noegel and Kutpr ad- coat or any other type of toga ? ra. least it did net
problems which the South has been left with as a result first' mire good shooting, but-- Our agent reports the pajamiswere la wkith It Is featured. deter: ?Ar'A Grtv'r- *.'fcSh I acid powder which neutrally heartbur'
I i I II wrc. "IVPI-Tin," which .eld, expels gas, relfeves
of the Civil War and its aftermath of reconstruction and -- light blue. but refuses to .. right now SIP-
I Most Popular' ".,Irlchtl" ;.1 t rage of America. English and soothes the stomach. Buy
I LACY CONWAY and Shorty Libby disclose the Identity of the I words' were fitted to the bottle for I Of
its aftermath
then of the World War, and of economic na I melody by ma-Rex a SO dose
have found out that the wearer so your guess is as goodas Vftat: Is the most popular >Tegro the American Raymond Lcveen at Store .cal
the Retail Drug
tionalism. I trade-In value of small airplane ours. spiritual? If you cues "JOttp I''''''.c. .r. I pentcr'a Drug Store in Stu' "

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