Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02653
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E 8'I't.ablished 1871 Subscription=For-\ -i.30; Six. thSi. 75c'::Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner ';!: !(,I j t" j'j'j ,

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the Benefit of Bradford. Quail i !

Trustees Seek I TOBACCO Farm ; 1 jUttf'
Virtum. h"r.. i __ Lighting !
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A. A. Durden, I IfIi\ '

To Force Issue I I this game area officer conservation and for a I, MEASURING Planned At Meet i'', : {ilJr; l':

helper preparing t NEARS ENDJemonslralions
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\Command School Board !I Corn Sets Record I The a quail between big dinner difference this- '! MAY RUN -REA Officials Discuss j't j't:1' : ::: .'

To Accept or Reject i i and the usual I It of Curing I FOR CHIEF'S JOB Widening Project In :, \ 1'

Principal \t quail dlnnei Is Are To Be Held This ;
NIGHT County '1'' : ,
that the meal Is !: MARSHAL, SAPP ,
FOR the birds | Monday CONSIDERING --- I

[WRIT IS FILED not ON them I II ] RACE MONEY READY j1.t))1 ; j

I Several weeks I I County Agent: T K, McClane announced J, B Sapp. night marshal, fired "

Petition Sets Forth Reason ago Thompson S I IBakei today that the tobacco the opening gun In the city election Poles In Place Along :-:. : :; I
', of Jack marketing quotas for Bradford .
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Considered which will take place In Sop- \ .
Why Action .,-nville, t ountv should be ready Line
gamommlsslonei growers Pomlrooker
Umber, by indicating he might be ; : r
ioi. Issuance within the next ten i' I
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Necessary .
a candidate for Chief of Police.
I T n 01" t twelve days Sixty percent. of Familiarly known as "Uncle Ilen- Graham .1 ,IL ,. l'
sent Mi Dunien the tobacco acreage has already i 1 \
clock yesterday morn- ny. ho stated that friends had '
4\ 11 jo been measured. remainder | One hundred ; :U' J,
Gainesville atunw 100 pounds or and the {: uiged him to make the raceMr and fifty farmers, ; I't
Ins, Heniv, L Gray. brown-top millet will have been meimureil by the I seeking light /gathttecl at the '' ,.
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walked Into the office of I Sapp has held the office of \ .. ,
and other H'edito m'ddle! of next week These marketing couit house here Wednesday night. J\\ } I., ; '
th clicult court bete I night maiHhal for several years \\ .
clerk ot < be planted ini quotis: are separate from But It was not a religious meetIng ,
blue-backed legal document and has a Kood record as it law enforcement
handed a J. R. Kelly i this county to the acreage allotments' established'' officer. Ills lends They were seeking llKht of J r. : '/ :
10 Deputy Clerk cut-and-drled, grow feed f o I In th' spring under the Agricnl-l| pi'edict that he will give a good ac a more material kind electric \', '!! r .; t
Far f">m any tural Conservation light; Illumination ,f ,
quail Mr Our Program. Any power made
of himself If he
I count decides definitely r .
,run-of-the-mill I
buuirtruni howevw. den has completed farms producing/ flue-cured tobacco to i'un for the higher office pOHHible thtough the Rural Electrification ':' ,, ,:,;
\'.s this particular paper the planting this yen I'i will be entitled to a !1 of chief, Administration one oflh : ,.,M. '

Bulled under its stilted phraseology and states that | quoin whether they received an I I j When Interviewed by the Tele- .. numerous governmental agencies ; '11

md that held! lateral '
were ramifications 1 In getting good j jI servatlon program or not. Roosevelt In an attempt to make .1 :,
I definitely that he was a candidate J 't.
in more 01 less degree, for almost The for old the tho life of the .
live ground furnished growers I common man more ,
but Id ho
I I an would abide by the ,
everyone In Bradford County by people I main: Item In calculating will be I! liveable. '1 Ij' :
Starke wishes of his lends i and if it appeared -
The Board of Trustees I who promised to the normal marketings, on their! Farm men and enpoclally farm "
they desired in
I u change
School District No. 3 had had played ,, '!, protect the feed tarmi tor the past thiee years !' the higher office, lie might at the women listened Intently as Chester I "i :: :
card. They se- """""'= various Luke .
their 'lump irom stock Ap- which will be adjusted for piopcr time announceCONSOLIDATION. senior field representative t "-
mrei ii ,ilternatlve writ of mandamus CLARINDA. Iowa. This stalk | proximately five acres were planted he sail}' ,I factors The marketings, Indicated of the IUOA In Washington, dose :,. I 1;'

"irdering the Board of Public of corn from a field of 11 Hcr..slike :, Mr. Durden expressed: hit- thanks this u'i'cfcfto' Mr Hultrr for the by land labor, equipment available\ i'Ibt'd the pleasure and convenience 8 h

Instruction to show cause by it was over 6"., feet tall June seed, to the local Game Club, whose members provided Ulm with a I tor the pioductlon. of tobacco; the of modem. equipment' that .J :,. 'S' i
Tumday why it would not accept 23th nnd number of tobitcco barns,; and the would follow in the wake of electricity
In full tas.'iel. with two :|I helper, and to property ownem who furnished a mule and flow, i I
ihi tiustees' recommendation ears stalled, Bo far as known ii number of fanners! woiklng on the I in rural Bradford County, : &
of owni> Smith for prlnctpalship Is a record for early corn in south-1 1-- I mint will alno Influence the allotment For Two Schools They weie told that In order to ;'it;
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School to.. 1938-39. Rosa Miller shown In the picture I DECREASED BY ONE FLAG SINCE 1922 In the case of farms cm which ful servant. they had only to pay : 1 t
Dcion. noon Sheilff A. O. An- on Api'11 15th, about two weeks j I o tobacco is being! produced In 1P38 VOTED DOWN a $3 membership" fee In a co-oper- .'
drcu mti whose hands went copies ahead of normal planting time in -- for the first time the number nllve organization iitxl a minimum, .' :
of iht writ for individual service this section and was "laid by" !,I Starke enjoyed; its usual siesta iiicnti-d\ with flags in honor of the 'j working on the farm will be calculated charge of $250> per month for .14 ;',

on Uii [miee board members, had Juno 14th, the earliest corn has on the Fouith of ,July Even the >IllY 1 wt diln't cek'binte. I I I"The from the marketings Indicated which they would receive from for i :
m i !Ip to Lawtey; served J. been known to be too laige for the I diamond ball games thjt: hud been I' : only small boy In town had by land labor and equipmcnt Three Trustees Elected ty to fifty kilowatt hours of electrical .. ,! ,

H, Moor- chairman Before the plow, previously announced fizzled out raved up a little t firecracker front I II | available for the production' For underbill current- enough to supply ,, ; I..A
afternoon was up he expected to Nobody seemed to know anything i hristmaa: He dime out and exploded | of tobacco. the needs of an average family of ;, .; .
lervi E I Lewis at Brooker and .'tout them. Lawtey and Hampton It, but in the prevailing, The National flue-cured tobacco Tuesday five or nix members : 1.,;:
ft .P Smith at Starke. ipsounded! to the shouts of enthu- listllled and filtered silence It marketing quota of C17 million Poles have already been set ,I 1 l ] rJI!

Petitioners for the writ, Issued COMPLAINTS I :instlc spectators! at two negro ounded as loud as a cannon cl'uCk-1 I pounds will be divided Into state Outcome of two school elections along a line In the southwestern : i 'f .1\ '.

earl} yesterday morning by Circuit baseball games but even this respite cr, and the frightened boy I'an quotas For each state the normal hrlil In the county Tuesday were pait of the county through Graham '1,1'' ..

Judge H L Sebrlng In Gainesville WILL BE HEARD flora silence was denied lome und hid under the bed I muketlngs computed for all old announced yesterday by Supt A J. and, Brooker where residents \\.1'' '

were the Board of Trustees I ;"Siaike; "Hveryboly. having left town. It farm will be adjusted uniformly I! Griff IHThe have united In a co-operative, and !1'I
of District 3 and Oscar Smith With the exception of an occasional was natuinlly fane and with the to bilng the total within the state I I Theresna und Hampton sub it Is expected that current will be I ," ,. ,

Theli attorneys were C. R. Layton TODAYCommissioners exploding. : firecracker' the trccts eiapty- was so. safe that I quota, but in no> case will It be be- j school district consollditlon IHHUO turned on In this area within the ,, "'"

ud H L Gray, of Gainesville. I lay was peaceful enough to recall had u drunk man come in un automobile low the minimum maikctlng quota, failed to cnrty The vole was fourteen next thirty days. Ii I t' J
The petition set out that the the following Item written for the he could have run against, The minimum for old tobacco I agnlnst consolidation and The purpono of the meeting ''J
tnuiets submitted their recommendation Telegraph by the late H. E. Lager- noilIns but trees and telephone ]I I'utmt is 3,200 pounds or the average four for It in the Thereasmi dlull Wednesday, night, called by County I : 'i'

to the School Board on Will Receive gren following Independence Day \poles, I marketing for the yenrs 1935-1 kt Tho vote In the Hampton Agent T K McClane. Jr, was .:; ; .'. I'\
In 1922: 1937 whichever is the to Intelest funnels In other secI -
June 6. 1938 and that the board | district hUll not been learned yesterday I.
hue! held two regular meetings Values of Tax \I "The Fouith of July was cele- If possible! it might be paid that Mr McClane sent out a letter i, but the Issue was killed I Ions (if the county along a proposed ;

ilr.ci that time without taking any Assessor j biated In Stuilce) by 'grand orcheslial -'' StaiUe has ,retiogrensed In Its obvrvatlon I this week to all tobacco growers anyway It lequlrlng a majority line from Brooker north toNew I' 1f:(' ,i' I j
artior in the matter i silence' The town was as ': of the Fouith. For asking that they meet him at des- j vote In bolh dlstilcts In order to River thence through Van- 1 !* .'
ir 01 1.1 I that the school here I silent as the noith pole after Dr. 'I whereas two. flags were proudly'! limited' plnces or come to the of-1 carry. del'bill, HoiUjionn, and Ronlervllle.Mr :..! r/. ..
ihoulrtiav,. a principal In time The Toard of County Commls-1 Cook had left for home ami as d'splayed In 1922 only one was visIble !' fice to turn In certain Information i In HIP trustee election held at Luke stated that the HKA f1 ,; I..t

I fo him to prepare his work for ptoners met In a brief session here i descited as a hall In which William on Cull!! Slieet Monday, and about past production number of Vanderbllt the following weioilccted has money iniuly to lend and that :., ; 'f i '
Monday oinanlzed as a Board of lectures tint one fill ,. day above the i barns and number of fuimers anil I ncldltlon.il projects bo 'I \\I
I Uii. 'oming year, the trustees stated Jennings Bryan eveiy ; Kllery: Eitipp, Ittifus Alvarez may put i .I
"tn-\' were asking for a writ ofmsn Equalizers with L L,. Conner I ;igainst evolution, Mr Hull and I I office of Clngr.ssman R. A.I j the like, Ha urged all growers to I[ and L, L Henfroe through now without much trouble "

,'armis commanding the reipor chairman, and then adjourned until Mr, Darby had their places oina-, Gieen. i get this infoimatlon In as Moon asposHlblc I ___ h .__ ___ twines will be laid In iiny put, ot r 1 '
this rooming (Friday) at 10 : HS no farm's tobacco the county where three farms per ,
ni' 'in officially accept or reject I 'f
o clock whrn It will meet to re-1 I I NASWORTHYTAKES mile to thQ "
th. nominal Ion. The trus- quota can be calculated until this ogre use service Mr. J"
celve Tax Assessor E.V.. Hayes' FREE FLOUR NEW EQUIPMENT LuRe emphasized the fact that I,'
I tf i Uc, ,irquested in case of reJection ; II Inioi mution Is In the county I OFFICE t a I
roi. .. 'some good and sufficient assessed values on county piopi FOR WPA FOR CAFE I farmer cart have his house wiieJ J r

re.ison under the law" that |i i '<- i DKYTINninSHKD: : GUESTS by paying twenty percent down on LI.J ; ,
the) bf, .illowed to submit a sec 'I This procedure Is the first step'' MRS. RAYMOND ANNOUNCES COURT HOUSE LUNCH I A series of tobacco grading d..m-I VISIT ROTARY the tost nnd the remainder over 4 : U
ond noimn itlon m planning county fin 1 nces for the DISTRIBUTION FOR IS:: INSTALLING I IGREEN'S onstrations wl1l.Je\ held.. In tilt CLUB a period of throefotn. or five 14'', .

---.._- I' next fh-cal year, The board will | CERTIFIED CLIENTS FUEL : county: Monday fur the purpose of j jcquiiinli'iR years Blqitlpmunt: may bo purchased \ '
make up Its tempoiaiy budget ut j II growers. with the best i! So vein I dlstlnguliJied. visitors on the same basis, he Bald 1,1.. L \
MRS. TORODE i I Its Auru( t meeting' and the permanent Flour will be distributed to certified Joe Noegpl, progressive propilptui I method ot preparing their crop) weia present at the Rotary Club C'ornesHmun R. A Green wu' 'J. i WI
INJURED budget will be aJopted in relief clients from, the of the popular CourtHouse tor m.nket, County Agent T. KMcClune Wedru'siliy to see C II. Nuswor- present and spoke enthusiastically .1
IN CRASH September. \ PA's commoJity warehouse here Lunih. this week announced I Jr., stated. yesterday thy, the new president, take office of the J project He reminded /0 "

I 1NDITION REPORTED Minutes of the meeting Monday :, un July 12 13 and 15: according the lust llatlon of the irt"nt mod- The following schedule will be i j 'and to hear the final mlilress of mers that In paying the $5 far't'foe '' i I"

PAIR IN JACKSONVILLE tre as follows: I to an announcement yeetorday by cm sanltaiy equipment In his i curried! on I': L, A. Grny. the retiring piesl'lentMr Uiuy weio. becoming members of '} l''

HOSPITAL, Mis\ Loiter Todd and C. S. Grif-1 Mrs. G, P. Raymond, In chaige of kitchen | 0:\OO a m, ut Ceo, W. Huzen's I Gray spoke briefly reviewIng their own co-operative and that I 1 I,
t'ls were taken from the Pauper I I this department. A new tang", new' steam table, I form: near Urooker., the woi'k done by the club In after twenty years the power plant rt.
T'ondltlon' of Mrs. W. E. Re-Ilits they are receiving Old Age 'I Families consisting ot less thin und new hot water heater are beIng [ 10.45: a. in at C, C. Butler's I Ipliice the past year and enumerating would belong to them 01 their ,!

Torn I it was 8tm repotted "fair" Assistance, ami the allowance of I three meir.beis will receive twelve iiiulullfd I. !Mr. Noegel said. near New River. I 1 tishs that could be carried on in heirs. He also stressed the fact ,. :
it St Vincent s Hospital in Jack- Reesle Carl ton was discontinued and onc-fouith pounds and huge They. will| | nil be equipped with 1:30:: p, ra at the Walter C, Cle- j the future. Mr Nasworthy told : that while the $;1.110 minimum

onville where she has been confined Upon motion and unanimous'': families will receive twenty-four Green'n I 'nrt.! buttled\ gall | moti's faim In Wuter Oak, i11.M i some!! of his plans for the future, charge per month might seem hard ,I ,It

following an automobile accident vote it was decided to discontinue and a half pounds, Mrs, Raymond Mi'. NtiPHel hiia enjoyed) fine | ;:; p m at J ii men ROllier's'i among them being to Inrreasn the to pay at first, It was very economical : 1\ ,
lam Friday.UIH payment for publishing the Min said. pntionasp! slice opening; his res- I'urm in Roslervllle.. j :membership of the club from thirty when compared with the i: ;

Torode wan seriously Injured utes of the Boaid. i I Certified clients are asked to t.'inant heir Pf'vl'rltl! years ago and In a letter to growers Mr [ to forty members. savings in labor, kerosene and In \1.: ,
when she and her daughter, Tax Assessor's Request' for Advsnce !- [I bring their' Identification cards this pro';ie88ive step on his pal t I Clune Huld.; "Many of you are MC-/ Visitors present Included CougieHHtn.in foodstuffs that would be protected \

Mrs Mary Lucil Mitchell were in I on Commission to the Toardi and a container for the flour. Is expected to hi Ing more new ien Jy familiar with tobacco / I R A, Green, State Senator by rlectilcal refrigeration f I '
.h ad-on automobile collision near i i i of Administration In the amount I I i uslumci to his place i I [In if. but I am sure that the Charley K. Johns, and RCDresciitatlve I The congressman went further I J "
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AIUn'lIIe on Road 13. Mrs. Mitchell of $50.77 was approved I -- --- I fiom Washington who will conduct George In man. i I i and described how the farm home !

received minor injuries and was Mts Ethel Crawford was placed Broivnlees Accident PeanutProcess 1 these demonstrations will be able t| Those present also enjoyed ari might even be equipped with running I 'if: .'

"owed to return home several on the Pauper Roll for two months ,I 1 to show us better methods. i i musical program Including numbers water bath tub, and sanitary ,
M.-. and Mrs, J, M. Brownlee, Forieat K. Trump, who bought ,
days these demonstrations facilities at
ago at $5 00 per month. | "Please attend by Tommy Rltch, talented a small cost
the John Morgan place east of t
Virgil s. Green, driver of the The drawing of a Jury for the I of Starke. were slightly Injured town about fivn has If you possibly can as | young pianist, and Nessle Vee Basis for the project which will I:\
olh>*> cai'. nlso required hospital County Judge's Court was laid late Saturday night while return- I years ago ''the men who will conduct them Jon CD, ten-year-old singer who Is servo Bradford und four other

attention. Skid marks on the highay over until Friday, July 8. ]! ing from a trip In their car as the pluns fcr a new Industry In the which future he I have just come from a conference upending a vacation at Klngsley counties In this area Is the Clay '\,J I!
to develop near
Indicated that the soulhuni -, -----+-- -- I I result of a collision with anoth..ruutomoblle I hopes with buyers and they know exactly | Luke with her parents. Mr and ,Electric Cooperative Assn. Inc., at I"I :
that he has "
"> .:! Automobile, driven by Green, Fisherman Here !I near Kingsley Lake I says patent I how to "grade in order to getr1i Mis' W. N. Jones. Mr, Jones Is'' Key tone Heights. G. E. Wlggln* I.,j jI f
Was Expert The other automobile was driven ed a process for suiting pal'chedlor I Ian official of I has .I' !
veeimg on the left side of the th best for the crop. (lie. Shell Petroleum agreed to sell his power plant : .
Lester Nelson of New Orleans, James H App and Mrs. W. C. rousted peanuts in the shell and _._ i :
1- *1 at the
,.t the,time .of the crash. HeJacksonville"city : : Coiporatlpn.Mrs. Keystone cooperativennd :/} ;. I I Ii
II a fireman whose fly-rod fishing and bOIls West, of Gren Cove Springs. App he expects to place them on the Just Day ---- -, -- i contiacts for Its enlargement t. I'.) I ,
bugs were featured in a recent ,i and 1.11'11.Vellt\ were painfully in- i| market soon und modernization have already I'O>
--+-- Saturday Evening Post article ;I Jured with cuts about the face and j,, Mr Trump spends his winters The Fourth of July was no holiday Minnie Moore been lot t">* K. H Boullgny Inc., ofI
City Tax where he Is in the but busy work Funeral services for Mrs. MlnI 'I .( \
Books was a recent fishing visitor In this held: and were treated by Dr M. In DeLand. an unusually Chi-riot, N, C I\J
City Clerk Carl Johns stated vicinity. He caught many fine B. Herlong. here Eoth cars were talloiing liuslneiis and his summers day for the staff In the office oft I I: nle Moore, 32, who died Thursday !i I i The battle of words and poles I t ti
his farm here. Ha Is enthusiastic of public lnstruc-1 I I of last week at her home near Law ,
; at superintendent
wteiday that the city a tax books bass weighing up to twelve pounds badly damaged and App's was : |1 |i that rugeil, last week between the "
will 1 be closed August 1. He urges one ounre, the largest seven weighIng I a total wreck as It ran off the ;, over the process he has tion here. Around 800 free text I i tey, were held Saturday morning]! REA and the Florida Power & :.t.,I
"II' propetty owner* to pay their seventy pounds He used a toad and almost wrapped Itself developed and hopes to bilns a 1 oociks wei e Issued to rural! school i[ in 11 o'clock, at the graveside In ,! LlKht Co. has apparently been set- '

tael before that time. b-tss bug of his own design. completely around a pine tree after ': nrw Indu try here.County j that were opening here on that Woo/Dawn Ccmeteiy, I| tied. REA officials claimed that ,
I the Brownlee automobile --- +---- day. [looks had already been isiued She l Is survived by her widower
striking the power company had taken a f. ,
blow on the to Hampton, Brooker, Law- E B. Moore, her father and mother t I
ft heavy, glancing Court sudden (nearest In serving rural '
\, tey. and Hellbronn. Between three Mr and Mrs, }' F, Pendarvls
1'iont, right aide. homes and were placing pole* '1,
County Jud E. K. Ferryman i j I anrl four thousand free text books Luwtey, a biother. Bill I'endarvls, Itl f
A lines
along Icady laid out the
--- -- --- ---- announced this werk that a j'' are distributed In this county evIery nt North Carolina by I. f '

Negro Man Shot sion of county court will be 11..11-1'I' year | Funeral arrangements were In I' govwinment, Mr. Lake was sent ''l I

beginning Tuesday, July 19. It will I I -- -- .. ---. cliaiKO of Key-Mr CM be Funeral, heie from Washington to Investigate ,.'; f'1
Sheriff A O. Andrru fluys that be the ilrst session: of county i Attends School Iiome In Jacksonville | the matter and stated Wednesday

the Fourth of July, so far as his couit held since, last: fall. i; -.-- .. -- I night that he expected nomor
oftlcw Is concerned, was mirred .- ... +--- Jon K:. Wilson of thx H. C trouble from this sourcu
by only a minor shooting between Wall Insurance Agency, Is in Hollywood Still Has Berries I The County agent urges all far

wo negro men at Lawtey. Nelse! Births this week attending the D. D. Woodward farmer living mers who art Interested in being

? ,irv by MARGARET CUUCIN BANNING Hampton shot Donald (B-boy) Mr. and Mrs. Othrna Norman i second annual short course for inI two miles southeast of town cele- Included In this project to g...t i in

JLST READ Houston In the hip with a 22 rifle j Lawtey. boy June :29.Mr. I surance salesmen, The school Is crated the Fourth of July by plcki touch with Mm at once. I r
THE KIND OF STORY YOU LIKE TO The argument Is said to have Involved -[ and Mrs Manning Griffl' ,: pun oied by the Insuiance ssociI 'i Init a pint of email, but sweet, ripe -- *.

The Struggle of Two BeaullfuJ a member of the weiker: Stark boy, July 1. I'I' at Ion In coopnutlon) with the ex- strawberries. So far us we know, There are nineteen million acres

Women For the Love of One Man sex, Both men have made bond ,j Mr am; Mn! Leonard CrlffU, era' in department of the Unlver- ,i this Is (Ille latest that a pint of of land under Irrigation la the t

BEGINS IN THIS ISSUE ON PAGE SEVEN I Hampton flOO, and Houston $-0. I t:tar I.e. co>, July 2. i i' ty jt FlorlJu. I b..rrle!< lias ever been. juld here Iu' I 1 West.I .!

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I I SIX FEET IIOWN 'lili'h l I., I )Inl l J.i day itt August A. I i Florida, t-'V it: Humphrey. Di.ccu-.ni
And Now He's In the HospitalNEW 1 Accidents During r> I l9'lS.! Lulu, I 1. 2. ::1. of Iilk 1. Llvlnn- i line. 1 ill -n and t ih.-i. '' I ,
: I A lawyer said to doctor witness:: rnn.-d, I ihlv) :JSlh' day of June.,, A. Kt.ui, Trilby anil,. Cumpany'x' Min- nii-.n ,,, ''II,. ,al.1| | i 11101",",,| .'..'' ''I'|',"':
1937 Claimed the "Doctors make mistakes sometimes I' 1 111.:8: I U\lwl.in. I I", the Town of Slurke, 5-tI 'llnnl, or his, ,II", i. : ,?"
IIIKKH'IAT.. SHAD' In ;NKVi of :NK'i Section SH. Tp. ald estate, and fir, ,
Lives of 106,000 r don't they ? A. .1. T1IO.MAM, It S. It. 22 K. tu'irftiw' him n,*. ,Ml," ,, \",I",,", ;I. H.
L. J "Just as lawyers do sometimes" "Clerk, of Circuit. Court of The 1 lax-B to be i-old are evidencedl.v cum Htniento.,. aim' xannexo I'"
: Iiradford, County. Florida. certificate No. H30 of August 7, nOli. I. ''II,
The National Safety Council an- was the reply. 7-1-81-7-20. I(9:II: and repreHiinl unpaid I a gee fur I pllted (lila. 'h,' I 't''t i, ," ,
I he yearn 1I 91:I2 to liis! : both IncluMiv. A. 1)>>. 1985.IlfiltatAx: \f a,
"But doctors' mistakes are
nounced Monday that accidents ;l"\ ( IHf'II'r c-nriir. ivM roll .'. amoiintlnw to 5f. U.! I : U ,\ III//
.." '' claimed 103.000 lives In 1937a burled six feet under ground" persisted Mil \IM-MMIII ('OI' NT'* "" .011- Alxo All Hlc.ck 2, Livingston A. AIO\lnl.'al, I II, ,'", ,I.'.11\, .'.,
the lawyer."Yes IO \. IN ('M \\If.I.II1.. Trilby, and Coiiipany' Hub-DI-. d" h..nl.I i"",, ,,, I '.. ''t.)
I I h.
total more than twice as great as OF TUB! the. Town of "Starlce. "t It M. HUnllhl', '
IN':: .111') NAMH vlMlou to ') I I." .. ,_, >!>
i the number of American live lost agreed the doctor "and XTATW OF FLORIDA : III NK''j of :NK'i: "Section 29, Tp 11-21.9t-1-23. 'j
--- In the World War. lawyers' mistakes oftentimes swingsix I It appearlnic by afflilavll filed In I U S, It. 2J !'!.
that certain eaime In Circuit Court The taxes. to be MO.T| are evidenced
1100'1'1 it ( :
air.Wall St. t l
\ feet In the Ar"I. ;
!Injuries from accidents disabled liriiitfitril I'ounty Florida. In Chancery by certificate No. 11:11 I :t of August 7. Foil 1' tTIO
\ ... .
':,: .
Journal. entitled. Clarence Battle. 11)3:1): : and reprexiMtt unpaid taxes for (Senate
1\:1\: 900.000 persona during the year- Plaintiff VM. Mary Belle Battle, t the y.-..,... 19:1:1:): to tU3: both Inclusive NOTle 114 "Jlml"-Rill .,. 1f1:11,:
."' ,.. ; at least one member of every linremlanl. and tIA relief. prayed amountInir to U. .H. J. (', Jones, holder, ,, ,")\. ,:\ '
f" |
"" r tourth family. !ISOTK'H I.V !KAI.H Oil' TAX for being: divorce: That the defendant Also l Lots 13. 14, 15 IS. of fllocfc Certificate No mis ; ''T'
'. 1'HltTIPK'ATKW IK a .remdent. of a State or County 13 In Hampton, Section 30, Tp day. of August. A. b 1'h.. .. '7'::>
The calcluable costs of all accidents I- NOTICE IS HKltKHY lIVEN that unknown to the plaintiff and 7 H. R. 22 K. Name I In my offlc,. m;. i hI' '""
t. Mrx. Annie Hemingway. halO filed that there In no person In the Stateof The taxes to l>e Hold are evidenced application for a tax 'mid, n., 11110
rant to $3.600,000,000 which with me written request. that the Florida iiervlc* of personal proCBHH liy cerllflcateii No.. B7J>> and 488 of ailed thereon. .Haul d... ,d, I",, ,L. ,Ii.
the council said wag enough to tax; cei'titieate I I.wether with all upon whom wo."d personally September ft, ISIS:: ..September: X.l)3l brace the following' demUV" II, ...
build 75: Empire State bUildings. miliHpquvnt oinlttvd .or levied tmce hind said. defendant, IT IH OIIDKK- renpeclfully and represent the pry In the Count)' ..I, I prop'
held by the State !.. advertised and Kl>, that the defendant. Mary Belle. unpaid taxes for the year 1D.1I to State of Florida, ti.- ,, ,i IIr'I1"r I < '
Motor vehicle accidents during 'Md to the MirhpM bidder tor cash Kattle, appear to the bill of complaint lfl.18. both Inclusive, amounting tu Lots 4$ A 51 In Wiu>diun
1937 caused 39,500 deaths. 1.360- an provided by ('hlll>l..r 18246 of the on the Int., day of August H 4.02. 31 Township 5 Bnuth ii '"_,
.... I IA.17 act* of tlie Irf-g-lxluturo upon \. II. 1H38 oiherwlwe a Decree Pro AHO| Lot 23, 34, 2.1. 26, In Wood- Kant contalnlns) 20 A, "n.,"
000 personal Injuries and an economic the following -ncTlliprt 1 real entitle CnnfeHHO will he entered against lawn, :Section 17, Tp. 5 U. R. 22 IS. or Ie..... '" I" ;;
:i.: '" I L loss of 1700000000. The In i ho C'ounty at, Uradfurd, Stale of her for failure, to appear\ : that this The taxes to Im aold lire evidenced The assessment of i |h.. ... ,.,1, :
1 traffic fatalities "Klnrlda to-wlt : order be publlnhed once each week by certificate 219 of August 3, 1931 erty under the ,,nl.l eiiin." ", 'lIrop.>. .
represented a <' at HVV of 'all & week In the ... .1. I".
m. for four cuiiHecutlve and reproNent' the unpaid taxes for mi was In the nun' .,
YORK N Y Manager Joe Jacobs (left) and Trainer Max I four per cent Increase over 1936. llroudway Sic I'.un W on Call Hradford County Telegraph a newiipaper I the year 19:10: to 19.11 both IncluMlre Unless ald .certifies, 'h.I'i '"kll, ,'*"
i I I.
:ITachon ( right i who threw a towel In the ring to stop the slaughter St.. 114 ft, 8 105 ft. K. 84 ft, of general .circulation published itniotlilt leg to no.R7. deemed according |t., 1'I i 'II.. "
I Economic costs computed for all N ion ft. in H.-if., In Starke, I In It'al tri" County, Florida.WITNKHS AlMfi Com. 210 ft. W of 8W Cor. erty dearri bed II t'u, ..,,, ,I', I I"",
of the German heavyweight boxer by Champion Joe Louis In the first I accidents Include wage lasses an- R.n88 Tp. 6 8. H. 22 E., my hand and official of atad mali and Myrtle StH.. & to the highest bidder ,II i 'Ii.i .1''
round ot (heir bout last week ,are, shown with Schmellng at his hospital I ticipated future earnings medical The taxes to he *"ld are evidenced m-Hl I of this said. court, thin SUth! day run W. 210 I ft to VeHtinorelandSt. house door IOU the ri-i, M ,I"''un,,
liy rertmnitf No on: and 1250 of the innnth of '
of .lnn A. 1) 19:18.: :- ., thence S. on said St. 420 ft., August i I' "I,
bed where he I* recovering from injuries. Reports have it that / ,expenses overhead costs of Insurance tins!: and 1933:': rc'K|>i"'ilvely, and rep- (OFFICIAL SKM.1 i ) K 210 ft., N. 420 ft. to tioir and the let iliy i.f A urn-i \1'' Ir I.

J..MXIC is resung comfortably and Is well on the road to recovery. I and property damage in 1HI ri'Ht'iit! to unpaid ltlH.! :, Imth, tiixi'K. liii'ltiHlve.for the amountUK years- JMa.A.. .J..]; 'THOMAS..? I 'I'i-i'...it CflttftRrailford ileHlgnuled. : ,... ...on..'....!Map.. ,::L....(latikliia.. ... I ((jI'I"ICIAI.11'1.1.Dated tilt: llth .tin. ) ..r i I",,? '">.
-" -- -- fire and motor-vehicle accidents. I to $108.16.M.gn ; ; County; i i :-FloridaT. n..oo.lllock Sec no.29 Rr Tp.R"8 S. II..R 22 U: A. J. ThoM 1 \ >
II' The number of accidental deaths !: : HVj; of WR'-i <,if NB'l" Her.IS FRANK LA.VDKI'M:: 2 acre*. I I Clerk llf ,ih" ,"I I ,. .
( SCHOOL BOARD I' ber. $2: 0))) ; r.uudell Judd Mason I I Tp 8-1.: It. 22 Hart. I'oiilaln- I ,\ tv. for 1-lalntlff. The taxes to be Hold. are evidenced. Bradford ('" ,",") \ 1"1", i t.
I' S.M'O; : Dick Ellington carpenter per' 100.000 population decreasedfour tntf 20)) Arreft, .nmr" or Ie.... 7.1-6t-7-89. by certificate, N... 12HH of August 1.1 8-17-5t 716.O'I.tr'I.1.
The taxes I.. !10 .Ui evidencedy .. .
WARRANT LIST per cent during 1937. The < N' arc I Hi.'l.'l: and, reprenent the unpaid
$1.80; Quigley & Davis. $182.77; i-crtirii-nto :.v li>3 of I)2S, and
council said the for I the year, I 11132 to 1H38: :\ ) op S l'l'l c.
decrease was at- \1'11: OF :1.1'10'TIY : ; t t III"
I I uses for t
iinpHltl iI'nrH
A. J. Griffls. $125.00; Louise War- 1'prt'Mi'nT rliiMlvv, '
.. amonntlnK to $41.18. mit 1 t ,
I vented In them the Il'i.t: :
iril.utuhle) almost 1 IM27) I Ml.: lii.th inclusive power
I' laxe"l
I entirely to a .
.:'O.OO.I.IIIlm office Said tax: certificates toitether ( Wetuite Kill 1 >.,. I
TOR .irNK.: wax! -n. ; : Long niiiouiitlnw, I In J5<. '.: I li'.iirfl of Public I Instruction for tut i Ii
drop In the number of all MtiliHeriuent nmltted IIn1''lIMIIIn: : I i -:"' \ .
excessive or ::1\I
'1'i'M '11I'rlIlar! Fund '.voile. $22.00; Slurke Telephone :S., ld I"x ..ur..I.i I I .. I l"Iif..h..r. with I lirudford County hereby callH ant.l.vll.HI I.IXCH will..be Hold to the n.v.I Mo..v.' I... it'i, i ,. .'
heat fatalities. I I In Ilmitdrnln.I Sub hctinnl' N
!I.. .In Roberta. $GtjMB ; Paulinej I iJupt. office $13.30; C. A. ,It ns I I "h..III..llt will I be ,..(.1,1.lUHI..d I" the"I' highest L.a vied 1'I..lrh'I110.. 17 nnd" Clarke. Sub blijiler! at the Court lloune door In i tltlc'nt.110.. 854, l-Mi.-d t |1. > I.i "1

I lioivHi-tl. $61.33; Jessie Mlle Bran- Cn'slit.:; Tux Collector: nelrnbur ,',1011'1,1""' lit I l%.. C..w.III..II.... Ii..4l' i flturke "School DlHtrlct No. 3, to be, held Stark nl I Il I :III 0 on o'clock the Stli A.day M. of July 19.18,1 I cattle of August In my office A ,.H, :ui.l I I"".I 'I I.. | ki!:

non. :S43.33; Jessie Lee Lazenby. I Mcnt fur, over payment as per auditors II .1 .PTO.\ $ "n the .111 day ur July July 2n I IllS In In the TtuatdralnSchool Imlc-d this the tIlt It day of June i I plication for, n I''" it.( .1) i l|r-|
Hoime and the I Hall
City '
1OIN.: :% at I 11:00: od..ck A. )it. I t thereon. ,
Hnlil ,
I i
1485. c-ertlfi ]
c $lf! 00; T. B. Cody. $98.66 Jessie report $150.51: ; E. A. Winkler. :Mixs ,\ula 1\ Inuno. Correspondent! rutted. his the 2.iih d..)' nf June I I III I ho town of Clarke to determine :(.VFICIAL sK\r.: ) I the following d.a."lh.1 1 1 u t ,?l. i"H'., "

( Leo L'izenby. $ iO.33; Verna Shef I' electrical work $40.00 ; I I "'I whether nr nt with|iltrlct"Clarke No.District 17 MiniIIroiiHolldate No. .\. J. THOMAS. I HiI' ,'li'ly; I .i I I I., .1' !
field.1 $50.iO.; Blanche Edwards. Typewriter Service Co., coatract, Rev. .1. T. Newton of Green A. J. '1' II 1),1) A$. ::1| to elect three truntfeH and determine I I'lei 1ll'Kl k rord Circuit I Court of Florida.I.nlD 49!to-wlt& At: In W..II.. )j '. 1!'

$r871. Joyce Fulch $77.33; IUReule. $22.50; Florida Bank At Starke, Cove Springs pastor of the Bap- Clerk of circuit, Court ofItratlfurd the amount of niHlanre to B-24-ilt-7-8.: County t Florida. i Tp.\ 5 K It.( 22 K: .MI-..,, .,,11.,, I r
he anKexHed HirnliiHt said conHnlldateil -
:)8.66 Jewel Roberts..1 $33.89; A. J. Griff, 125.00: ; A. (.'utility. Florida.TlttTlS :!n Arren. more HI" I-- i
$ ; list Church will fill his regular : diHtrlc't, for the ensuing two T'lHHNexHimnt .if I I , ,
i.I i ,
sin 33.; Helen Cody $66.60; Mrs. J. Griffls. $6 60; A. J. Griffin.tiavelriK appointment here next Sunday v..... 1,5. niiiimvcrH for nalU eli-f- .I l\ Till! COCIII' nv TIIR COI'\TY er'v under' the ,,"10' < I I ,

L. H Futch $01.37 ; E. K. Wil expense; $15.00: ; Louise morning and evening. :MITI M fI,,' I'I'I.ITH. lion will! liO-ATnilAtN be: : ; : Ji'l'V Itfa1"1, Kl.Olllllt.\I'olln l > IIOII\TIO coi'%., Mil rnl rl wan',H said In the",',C'crtlflriii-mini." '' ,<,t ,i .i'I"|i i, ,.M,

kinson. $50.00; Lillie McRae. VV'irren $50.00 ; William Long office Mrs. Eva Dirt Is spending a Foil -r\\ i>. :I:It Cat UllHdonrt. 1nl lisTATB: : : deemed according to law.. in. rf

t $.:;O.Gii' ; Ruby Shaw. $10.00; Ruby woik $22.75; J. H. Moore week with her daughter; Mrs. Ira !VOTK'K" (Xrnntf: IS: II fJ Hill In:R\%'..lTV. IICI M';).\ That Kugene. I*. Lee tlrlfflMKlam I l'I'EJ.\NI':11 OF) It S. HfJIPllllKV.Fll I t.. the dewi'lned hlfthcHt. therein I bidder" I, U ,I II I imeriy .
.11 n I.
I Shav $13.23; Hat, mon Morgan ..JoTil *Kervlce June $25. O; E. J. Brown of Gainesville. Perry NeWHom holder of Tax: CerllflriileK LewlaMTAKKK 'MITICK I h .ii... door cm the Iii -I M I i n', '
: XII milt", ci t rfltpectl v.*ly, :.VOTIC'R IS' III'JIlJoIIfI"I: .", that "
: 'III -Mill: of "I
$8.66 Lewld. Board service June $25.00 | AlltfU.t | \ ,
Harmon ; \
$ tt/QO ; Morgan L. L. Bedenbaugh has as his I 1/14 .>r 1.17 iHHii.'ii, AuariiKt 7. 19:1:1: : F. A. Scotf the underHlKiied will on the Siltli lh.I.I IM.' day of Aiifru *' i > ]Ir
Hurry Sapp $4 .99! ; Melva Cron- \\ J. Smith Ball 1'.1 service June guest, his daughter. Miss Cozine ""rt 1/16 of R10) Issued August 7, Adam Oreen ll'"f Jlllv. A. f'I/! /11.18: lirenent; to ri-H.'d tliln Mih I da.t .I'I'I i t
b?. $43.40; Lubedla! Johns $11.66; 2."i.OO; ; Edwards Service Station.fl I I1' :Bedenbaugh. of Fort 19H3, has filed name. In my office. I':. J. Sullivan the Honorable : ,lii a' Juil ge of 1'CI.\L| KKAM>
/ and has made mtnlientlnn. ; for tnT Oraham Hoyd. llradford County, Florlil.t. his finalr.'tli A J. THOMAS
Arthur McRae $56.66; Beverly :;; :25.'estern Union $3.83. Miss' Kathryn Weest of Vero deed. to be Indued thereon. Said 7.t.4t-7-22. :'!", aci'onnt and v..Ufh.rH ah Attiiiliiitvalor i '!1. rl. .itfittttoicl '1 n
Corlle Faulkner I <...! !Iflcateii. respectively omlirace ) cum teHtumen'o annexo f
$33.40 1 i
Cady. ; IHsl riot Fund Ceacli, has the
recently spent the following clexcrlbHcl pn.>p..'rtli.H I NOTIfK I ITo I"h' ui'iils nun of t Ih. l t- I line of I! S c. I IT :.I i 7-16
,: $7,,.0(); Q. E. McGaulley $71.78; F. A. Scott rent $2.00; M. J. 'week-end. with her mother Mrs. T. III Hie County of Hradrord State Whom It May Concern. Notice I

I II W. Morrow $82.66; 11.Y'/ Mor- .'npp holding election $2.00; Tate 1 P. Brown.( of Klorl.t-i. to-wlt IN hi'rhy given thai,, I have filed my ,, v.I .-"-" '
1/14 of (Oertlflrnt, No. 837, eml.ru.es "lnal report, I with the Honorable' K.
1'OW $6.95. J Alvarez holding election $2.00; Mr. Leroy Dennis and family I..., KI.I, -\ -.i'i'! In W..HI.. IC. Perrymnn" County JudK**. and, KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
Willie Mae Hamilton $228.07; '! City Light and Water Plant lightanti .of Plant City were visiting here lawn .Sffllon' no Townnhln G will on July' 22ii
Rachel Gillette $41.47; Leon A.I water service $150.62: The I this Veek.A Month.10 Acres Itanire, more 22 Kant or less containing I'barice be gloated, approved" n.. adinlnlHtrator and Final I I) of H- I ;MUS. I.. C \Ii'( AUK, Lady ,\It"l1l1al1t.J.C'li80JI.LE.

: Ciay.; $205.00; J. Harry Benson Book Supply Co., books B. H. S.. cafeteria will be opened In the 1/18 I of Certificate I :N'o.. 839. emhracea the estate of It. J. Alderman, dfIM .
I Lot Forty In WoodlawnHCftUin '..: '.,1| ThlM .Inne 24th 1S3H.H. I-LA. t. T. ACtiUSTIXE.; FLA.
$3. to Erltt Alvrez. eleci i i Ichool
$11.1.00; Evelyn Stump. $56.00 ; ; holding building on July 8. with
\ ) :MO Tcunshlp 5 Soul It. .1. ALDICIl.MAN, J n.. Allm'r. 4.1V.. Churcli: -riiune :5-1538 30 M. George I'hone I"
Myrwln Long $80.00; Mrs. By- tlon $2.00' ; N. Thomas Janitor service J MlSKes. Marie Ilinson and Hazel FtaiiKe 22 East, irintulnlng 10 I/-I i-4t-7-iS.

i mim Perkins. $72.00 ; Eva Ander- $3:>.00: EJIlery: En pp. holding .-rown in charge of the work. "'"'"H.. more. or )10'... ---- --- --"--" .. .-_. "-'---..-
The aHHeHxment of the said prop- :\0'1'1) nv Ntl.H OF TAX:
son. $58.66; Verna Demoreat, lection. $2.00; Rufus Alvarez ",'Iy under 1 /1 4 ..r en Id Certificate ('I.n'I'1lf'"I'I'; :" ,- -
1 $61.33; RoRiilind Jacobs $61.33; 'inld'.nfelection( : $2.00; Sum School Open N,,. 8.'j7: wan III th' name of \I'M-, N'OTICK IS HKIIEHY: IIVION) that
\ ,known and the nf the .feannette. UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
UHupKHment n Klncald' has
f Ruby :Mae: Perkins $61.33; Mrs. Whlt hE'lId. holding election. $2.00 ; : The Hampton Junior High I I Hiild property un, 'I l..r I I/Itf of nalil me written request that filed the with Tux:

j Dell Dowling 85.33: ; Clyde M. J. C. Yarbrough. holding election ; 1 School opened Monday with 112 Certificate No. slit! wax In the name certificate toicether, with all "ube L. C. MrCAne. President. Jucloonvllle, Flu.!:
:$2 00 N. G. elec-II I of t'nknown.I iunt omitted or levied taxes held
Howard $80.00; R. M. ; Moody holding upils present.
: Gelgl'r'l 'n let's mild i'eriiru-aln I I i hnll I I lie j ji by the State he advertliied and sold l
1 $6.00; Julia Hunsnn $ ; I tion. $2.00; Reddish Andrews The following teachers were In i .'d..m..d nccordinK, tn, law, the to the hlfchent bidder for cash a* Incustrial! Life Insurance
} cUe Kennedy $56.66; Eunice Sear1 1 I holding election $2.00; Millard: c::harge: properties deHcrllied 1 therein will bit'' provided by Chapter 1X298 of the
Hold to the higher. bidder at the < 91!1T .I.MH, ..f 'the LearlKlatiire. upon G I. :SAI'l'. Itepreaentative
I Grace Walnwright | ''"1m,,. holding election $2.00 First and second
Jrg $61.33; ; grades. Miss court-hoiiHe door on ,the First Monday the following deHcrlbed. real estate
$..0.66; Edna Hart $66.66; Edna,,1:D. RediiiNh holding election $2 P'I: (Dphelli: Drown. In the !Month of August 1938.a in the County of Bradford, State of

1 .,,'aU. $50.00: ; Lucile Edwurds I l.onnle Crawford holding Third and fourth grades, Mrs. I -. -- ---- -- r

<.'.Jo.tflJ.... V'. .. .t.I..uuy.. Y a.iII&CJ"'. ", "V"VV.,tt.4 (U). ..'.'.D""6QI ,, .."," .,.(_*,fl .Wnf\t\t...w. .. _f mvlu.. .u.' u Vn-il..,11,..n..t*. AAI .Ilion. ;'lnu W.' C.:.w.. ............. I -- ;...----.i.ii' "":. .... r:=-:-:.-==--== :::: ---_-cI -------;;:;;;.--== --.:. _..

l-aldlelon. $66.66; Ernestine Bud- I t $2.00::: : E. T. Stewart, holding;, Fifth and sixth grades Miss I I I -1;1Iii

: dington. $56.00VUlle; Mac Hln- election. $2.00; O. J. Phillip.H hold- Lorraine Smith.

r "> ". $43.00: ; Willie Mac Hln on. ''I 'ni i; ,election $2.00; V. R. Reddish I Seventh und eighth grades Mr.

r :S' ::60)( ; Evalyn Ritch! $61.33; Ethel 1 1i 'inM; 1 nK, ('1... ton.; S2CO : Shad II. 13. Wiggins. '

i: E (fga; $' 8 66 ; Kitty Housed; Thomti. holding election. $2.00; I Ninth giade. Prof. W. M. tlorrow. I Iii

,. $ >' foG. Madaline Andrews, $14..i5; 1'l.'ulion Carter holding' election I OFFICE I SUPPLIES I

; J d-illne Andrews $36.21. $ .' (,0 : J. !M. Norman holding elec- I j' The em oilmen t by number Is as1 I

:>.z' .. Floy fiulllvun\ $17.08; Em- I Mon.' $2.00; Carl Hlllard holding follows- First grade 11 ; second

eu Hill. $9!>.73; Muriel Norman I ,election $2 00V.; E. Thornton.'nn'.tor I giadc. 15; third grade. 9; fourth ,

l $' .::11. Sorchle Balrd $5000; Mis. { service. $73.00; J. H. Field l llalm. grade 17 ; fifth grade. 9; sixth I

I > >.h.Vall., SCI.33; Florence ; .' on cafeteria $8.00; Whiter :iijiaJf, 13: seVenth grade. 1.' ,

I.-i.vn, $48.00; Lucilo Johns Vo- ;Ilco| :.. libor on cafeteria> $8.00; : eighth grade, 11 ; ninth grade II ,I

;, c 'i'mill teaching $23.00: ; C. M. ''ifck Ellington labor on cafeteria The Devotional service was 13.// I II

Ili.vvnrd Sub. Gray F. E. A., *t.80; A. H. llrii'ley. hoicliug; elec I I I dueled by the Rev. James T. I /:

i $r 00: Carl Roberts $:;000; llar- lion. $2.00; J. T. ReJ.llali holding ,! i ir local l Methodist minister. .

( nuerlte CU8s llI. $20.00; Luc -lection, $3.CO; Ralfoi-d Carroll. I A splendid address was delivered -

; Joins Vocational tea<.hng.! $,,000; I|. holding election $2.00; J. A. Har- II by Prof. L.. A. Gray of Starke. I.j

.I. W. Morrow $G6.60; 11. E Turner -i: uire.. hoMIng election $200; C. A. The school building is well
$171.03; Mm. F'loy Sullivan I| Knight, commissions $172,70; C. equipped fans have recently been IL,

; $:>000; Leon A. Gray $145.00:! ; J. A. Knight reimbursement for 1 supplied We have a splendid, :'

"1 Harry Benson. $336.00: Evelyn' I overpayment ns per auditors repOI.t. -I I coi pa "l experienced teachers nnd | I'III'

Stump $168.00; Myrwln Long ; $148.70; T. J. Moore holding !I.,e outlook for a successful term the Ruby

$240.00; Eva Anderson. $17U 06; ,I election $2.00; Dick Ellington of school( Is very encouraging. III

: V-rna Demoreat $142.63; Rosalind :: labor on Lawtey cafeteria $12.00; < -- -- -.-- .--- -- LEDGER OUTFIT I J .,

'. Jacobs, $172.53; Ruby Mae Par J. K. Fields, labor on cafeteria liRMtKERSchool 1 III I;
$20:! 00 Walter labor 1 ? ; : the
; Silcox on $400 Jw
kin. $78.78 Mrs. Dell Dowllnz.
I : )-. ...... ..-.h.. ..., .Cnn nn. ,.._ u ..... ...__ !\-II't'r.- .- .-. tii1tpt'__m_.. .. rnrr..nn.nt--. ....-..-. ... j An value P0 S ,jI .lta'lreJl
exceptional Consist
,, $_.-.U.0i; Clyde M. Howard. $200:: 00 ; I ..vvv. u. a. .Y'V", I I of loon
; Clyde M. Howard. $2800; R. M. I| repairs to light plant. $14.75 ; M. I --- I leaf ledger tinder, 200 ledger sheets f and .

Gel!:.... $168.00; Julia Pennon. {!I, '"'. A.orrow, la--or, replacing brok- I r.roolcer!] Junior OpensThe [ School I A-Z. 26 divIsion leather tab index, Bound LzJj 1CCJ L $2 2 5

I. $ m.GO; Lucile Kennedy, $',O.CO : ;|j '::1 vvlii'lows' at Hampton 5313; High In durable Imitation leather colon red ot black. Sl.*l back Standerd0rt'Iub.teaa 'iSItsf'on :
, ick Flhgt.n.:! labor! on Luwtev I opened' Monday, July 3. with a with automatic locking device. P b .. I.ett "
tucilo:! Kennedy. $13.72; Eunice good attendance. We hope to have I Push button for quick open- 4 an4 odlod. Metal EiCb 'I,
fctorlSJ.60.. J. II.
( earln $184.03. Oiace Wain-i FleMs. labor successful big, no ke y tequlred. Sheets ai. whit Ivorydil ledger CCp5,
a school
., term. Our I II
wright $160.06; Edna n Luwtey cafetetlii. $300: Vvulterrilcox teachers are not paper. 24 sub.tanc.. Sheet l ilza 6x9Ja incites: ** Ne.. tI ,
labor strangers! but I ?
$200.06. HIII'I'j" on Lawtey cafeteria ''I '
I. $8.00; Lern Goodwine. labor on have all been here, before.' They '-------'---------- "EedI.ok 8h..tsi
Edna Prcvatt :5103:; 00; Lucile r.re G. E McGauley Mrs. 24120 c.ne. "
Agnes Pe10
I Water Oak LI !1g.. $ li.00: : Georice;
Edwards" $160.03 !I 1 8\o k No. Desociptisa J40 :: ____ I
; Ruby Lilly. "o'wtno, In -or on Water Oak Knowles H. P. Morgan. Mrs. Mu- Eaoh : "ji10'7 __' :: :

$108.00; Madge Middleton $140.00; blilg., $::5.00; Alec Cummings laboron riel Norman Mrs. S. M. Baird and 020008 Rub,. Ledger Outfit-Red $4.00 ;; ---$-- _., ,
Ernestine Budcllngton. $96.60; Willie I Miss Anne Laura Elliston. ,
Water Oak bldg.. $6.00. i 020001 Rub, Led'1e. Oulhl-Black 4.00 i

I Mae Hinxon. $136.06; Evelyn Interest I .,..... .. ... ,.. ..... "'1
i situ Sinking fundC. bh'" olb__ .. ani...... c..
Ritch $100.00 Evelyn Ritch i We .... be 1500.10.r..111 "Wld _. epI
i ; A. Knight. commissions are glad to report that :Mrs. Debut Lad..1II BaIG Coli __
If I r $81.03; Ethel Biggs $169.46; Kit-I I $22.27; Florida Bank At Starke. ,, Q. E. McGuuley Is doing fairly well t *l exlc* .

1-,- ty HoKHed, $152.OO: ; Madultne Andrews |1$8:1.:50 after undergoing a serious operation .
: : ; C. A. Knight, commissions : I
i $14.45: ; Madatlne Andrews In the Alachua
$33.ni: C. A. Knight Commissions County Hos-
: ".. .... ;, '
.I\ 81.00; Leola Roberts $200.06; $45.55: : ; C. A. Knight commissions' '' .1'111! We will all be glad when III... Ru..... .1

Pauline Howard 172.53: ; Jessie' Sol.54. i itius she Is able to return to her home II B.. ....
\ Mae Brannon $130.03; Jessie Lee i as she Is greatly missed. 0_ RuJtne ;
I -- -- ---- -- -
f Lazenby $80.30:: ; I. B. Cody I, .Y __ L. '" II Mr. anl Mrs. E. S. Galnev and ,

$13.74 ; Verna Sheffield $31.74 ; I II vine ouacco I :Ml.-sea Anna and Mary -Louise ,
Joyce Futch $ 6.37; lia Reule. : A fine sample of tobacco was I Gainey. of Plant City spent buu ,I.'.

I $3374 : Jewell Roberts $31.37: brought to our office this week by day here aa guests of his brother j I :.

1 Helen Cody $30.74 ; E. W. Wllkln- : Adam Green whose farm Is situated -I Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney. I

\ son $30.00; E. W. Wilkinson a short distance northwest of Mr. and Mrs., B. F. Ila/en" have

,11 I.I' $7.0.03; Lillie McR.>e. $25.74: ; Harmon I Sturke. The large fragrant leaves i been! spending< some time In Miami

,. Morgan. $36.71 ; Walter Sib-I measure foot across at the widest as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-

Icy, $78.21 ; Harry Sapp. $50.00l: | part and are almost two feet I erette Clemons. COLUMNAR PADS \
.. Lubedla Johns. 25.85: ; Arthur U length. Mr. Green planted to- A large crowd from here attend'd $ 05 the Eagla :':

McRae. $88.40; Corlle F'aulkner'l bacco for the first time this year' Homecoming at Antioch Baptist -

$10.26; Muriel Norman. $00.15; anti Is well pleased with the results Church Sunday, July 3. New low price.. Canary Pond, red uui LEDGER
Eorehle M. Baird $70.00 ; Mrs. obtained. He has four acres; Mr. and MIs. E. B. Crosby and kin* lu'loij.' Bull Bond, brown and gianbng. B I OUTFIT $ 0 0 !

labelVull.: $23 .31; Florence has already cured out two birns children, of Yukon have recently Itt) sab. paper, 50 sheets to a p.i. 8' ",
Ten box. Six
Erown :51.00; Marguerite Casxels. anti him started on the thirl one moved here. We wish them much pd per 8)uxl4. ConiWi oi dttT.bl*brown ootduroy. btadi wUh 'Each !

__ ._ I M.ck ImiUBoo U.UMT back corT. d
91CO.OO. -- -- r | | i success In their end ,; 200
new home. !
II. Po&& .
I ::;I-4' ... pu... white IvorydaJe .heebt, 28 auh. ledger.aqular ..
General Fund Card of hanks Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Mlntz and ata .. II. _ .. Slaadud J.
Hick Ellington carpenter. $9.4'I; I V.'e wish to thank our many daughter Barbara' spent the holidays I mJ04 4 col. with -- op alad with key. ger
-.me $2.05
J. C. Smith plumber. $23.50; Carl Bradford County friends for their here as guest of her parents I 7105 B1103 5 coI.. with cern. .opaoe...- 2.09 I .. N.. 1 "
Ritch 23.50: Mrs. Anedu Mr. 11"p_ '
; Griffls. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz. I 7J07 ml07 7 001. ;
kind psesalona of sympathy dur- DO name Ipa 2.06 I I

A.holding teachers exam. $7.50; F. .iij n: ,ir, recent bereavement.Mr. -- L7lO! B'7110 10 coI.. with lIa_ apace 2.13 I 02040 9 d 1 4 I.., Uda.f Outfit $8.00 ..ch I I..
Scott teachers
holding exam.: and Mrs. E. L. Wilson. NOTICEThe Other iiiss liP 10 30 colulIIlII proporllollatel priced. -1040B- 9Lu1 I h Sht only 4.50L "
$7.10: F. A. Scott holding special !
Green Cove Spring. registration books of I
cxum: $1.50; Angus Davis trana- he City of Starke will be for ,
-- -- ----- open "
p..1 hU"n. $10.00; Treasurer of theYo'oman'B ,
the of
Twenty types of plated dinosaura registration electors from

Club. 2 months library ) are known to hive Inhabited iftlday I July 13. 1938 to Saturday

expense $30.00; Florida Bank At I he cat th In prehistoric tlmea. Vugust 13 1918.: Inclusive. I I Bradford

Etarke, J. U. Reddish' contract ? -.-.- I CARL JOHNS County Telegraph :
$ !307 Mrs. Cllnnle Hickok. clinIc It would take 213 States the ; Registration Officer

nursM $108.00; J. C. Smith ale of Rhode Island to make one i I City of Starke. ,

i lumber, $40.00; Carl Ritch plum State as Urge as Texas. '1 a-24-3t-7-3. =- -------- _______________ -, ,
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I hAnniversciryofGeuysburg r "< OMB: :xK\KN" -- >:\ ,:iiR; -- : !!F -.F: .. "'t t-: -1' -f-! .: - ; II"i'7 i 1:

7 Battle 'I'heu I i* a i I iitnln! magi. '! in thenumber

seven. In 'Snow!'; Whit.-. ,jl

,.mil' the riivn Hwiirfs that swan ,

. \Observed With Reunion of Veterans i to in lit everybody human number race of to dwarfs, be from exactly Somehowthe time Immemorial tll'. I'\'

has come to regard seven 'Iy -
I as n mystical number, with i n "r! 't I
If//I ReplacesTlmilp I ETERNAL LIGHT PEACE ; .
Good 1. MEMORIAL Americas' Epic i i peculiar number significance has which no other i

i Battle Great poets and authors have

fifth anniversary ofT $ qp,1 ,' --- written verses and books bused on : ,.
HE seventy Gettysburg was .+ FTER 75 years Gettysburg; remains the magic number seven. The BIble -
j j.r
Battle *
h week when 2.000 sur- the greatest battle ever Is filled with examples, from -

lob, "d i ihie- of the Civil War fought on American soil. In three the first chapter of Genesis, when

IVIO* ,'f'tPI'ans site, received days of thundering hell 43,000 God rested on the seventh day aft-

:Ii,ISII'",; t tm! of historic a nation, and asso- a 4 tf Onion and Confederate soldiers er the Creation, to the Revelationof

\ 'aotnageclan fellow soldiersand were killed and wounded and St. John the Divine, with Its .r .
,,",! with their enough good red blood poured Into vision of seven angels with seven :.

n-mies of long ago. the fat fields outside this little vials filled with the seven plagues ':

rh, government paid expenses Pennsylvania town to make them I Almost as ancient at Holy Writ "

fo) rh oilgi% 'image but this County forever hallowed to every Amerl- : are the legends of the Seven WH! :

,,'u lint I represented. Col. W T. r +m As visitors walk!' among Get- : Men and the Greek myth of thi,

Weeks ,hi' last surviving Civil 'y"buig's endless lows of graves Seven Pleiades. The Seven won. ,

\\'al\ ,-ti'inn' m Bradford having I mil read the inscriptions on the tiers of the World have been trade r r< .I
Idle'' II'ti:': v; imintloHs monuments and climb tlorml for thousands of years :

", I,I"" mon of the Clue and tilp's IIIII or Seminary Ridge or I ---+-- I ,;',
i ;.ettysburg symbolizes I Little Hound Top and recall the I I IwOl'ds II i
11'' ry .
y c.1m.
ROOStER A i'RTl'When *
of breach. of Lincoln *
,initial healing a (Gettysburg Acl- !
till' 1 (,
,s long in opening a* It''I ------- dregs few of them can the breeding season it "

I n n ,ill losing. But to prove 'I h1il'ltof: the Gettysburg anniversary came Sunday when overwhelming emotion of Amen-I I over make chicken salad out ot .VEVV' YHIIK, AH.i climax in the TIM, .it.'nnrv: < '.''li-h' ,it ion oft l .
??'- I' ,
""?* rinsed" forever the President Roosevelt dedicated the Eternal Light Peace Memorial, I ca's historic past. Here, your lootiter You can then Inviteyour the I/ l.indliiK '"' 'In' ilif, t -
tin. i in two veterans' organ-1 1 shown above. At the top of the forty-foot shaft is a burner supplied (e..l. is glory enough for all proudly : friends in for n party 01 the I'lini' ti;
!le ,, made touching staten I with natlll'niCas which is designed to remain bUI'nlnlfOl'/; years to to share ,I I housewife can entertain her circleor I'nnLtus Lainboth' i ,.ibovi, i were guests of honor at .a banqtn t held
IZIt' II- I come as a symbol of "eternal group of friends nicely
,", ,tJI,-I I will I peace. July 1, 18G3 was close and I with chicken salad sandwichesExperiments very in the Riiincl ballroom of W.ildoif-Astorla on Wednesdayprlnie The
H. Mennett. com- i J I H Is ii niece of the bate Empress Alexandra of Russia :
0, overton cloudy when a wing of Lee's invading have shown that In I

mantlci <<>'/ th' Grand Army of the Army of N.t them Virginiaaccld..ntally I selecting males for breeding pens I

Republic said "Veterans of that collided with a wing ,! a cockerel fully mature will give (II'tI,.tU dermere. are spending Mom time

war n,' just as friendly aa other THE: fJETTYSBUKG ADDRESS of Meado's Army of the Potomac best results In hatching. So unless I Mrs IC.. Smith! ('or. with relatives t here
We are all Americans I Th Rev. L.. G. Hemingway of '
peopi! )' just west of drowsy Gettysburg. the bird has particular breeding

Then: i Ia no North nor South any tint til tM, Neither commander had planned a : value it Is advisable to dispose of Mr. and Mrs. Jt-Hslo Surrt-ncy. of Staike, filled his regular' appointment
LIOI.NF'nn."ie :/
\'*II'an said: "I think the Get- battle thfie Vet an epic contest 'him at the end of the breeding Tampa, visited relatives here over at the Baptist Church. Sun-
and H.-veii years ago our fathers brought
V. are biothers. was in Reason, The Farmer. the Fourth.
uor shortly The Progressive
foi'th thlx I day.Mrs.
cm "'"flIOII. n new nation, conceived In liberty,
M, Claypoot, commander ,
Poi John and defll, Confederates, first Hicks of Waldo, Ruth! Tipton spent the
at'd N. the poHltlun i that all men are created'IURI on the scene in Mrs. Evelyn ,
of the United Confederate largest numbers drove the Federals Most of the United States government spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs weekend with her parents Mr.

tyitnnv' meeting will be an occasion Now W.. u engaged In a Brent civil war tenting : back through the town and medals struck during the J. K. Call and Mrs. Witt Heaves d,
!toi' the expression of kindness whethol that nation, or any nation no conceived and nol out to the low hills I Mrs W.; S. Wilson spent the ;r
to the south. Revolutionary War were made in Mr. and Mrs. Violas Reynolds,
and i/i' I don't believe there exUt misty moonlit night both Armies France. time herewith
of Tampa, spent some
/ '" my ill feeling betweenthe i i .n meal, battlefield of that war. marched Smith, lit Hampton.Mr .
in full force and
up friends last wetk.Mr .
\ veterans of the North and' \\' have untie to dedicate a portion of lunged themselves --. and Mrs. Mack McKlnzle. of

gout I 'thai) .n .1 Id 1. an a final resting I place for about along two littleridges Cleveland Ohio started out In and, Mrs C. J. Frailer and Hart Hiivpn, were visiting her t
tli g who here their lives :\ a apal't-rhe I
uuitmg! this week In peace gave that Confcdi'rates' 17K! with a population of four, Mr. and Mrs L. C Smith were pnrt-ntn Mr. and Mrs J. H Sur-
I I ition" might live It IR altogetheri on Seminary Ridge
M, r n. t>n the great rolling I i ,,1.,,..: .ml |proper that we should dow to the want and the Federals'. onI i,, and by the following year the visiting I! in Gainesville. Monday, ri'ncy.. Monday

f n|( -. oat I have been:! beautified / Cemetery llidgc: to the east. population rose to fifteen I Mr and Mrs Goeme Rivers I Mr nnd Mm, Harvey Stalling

DI", i "..Table a huge park MiMy "'. 'in it larger coulee, we uaiin.it I Lute -- A -- spent S'ltur' dny with her" Hlllt..r'I'l and children. spent> Mondn\+, with
r ,n'. t tie to tell visitors! oft n l. cannot consecrate wo on the atu rnoon of July :2 (i.itt, is hared by falling meteorit ,: Mm, tul! lIuwa'I'.1. of j'lIll'ballkH I II Ills brother and HlHter-ln-law Mr.

:t u took place there to,.JI.v this wound. The I much Inter in fact, thin Lee intended are known only In 1tew I, Mi, and Mrs o o, li.ivin and ,and, \ Mi. < ll.itli-v Starting .,n I L.a-

K .I i v.' i ru: ago Occasional 'weu. living and dead, who l.ongatreet men! 8Wt'pl' places on earth flute ,iluunht.i, Shit Icy. of Win (i'rossexocaoi

,. ,r an aged veteran '. .1 here! have conned'at"d It, far out across the field They cut aI; --- ___un +s
.wr, poor power to add or deThe Federal! division to pieces In thl'lPeach L __ _...... ... ._
i .n, to reminisce and .,. Orchard -- -- -: :: -:- ---:- --- -:;.. -; -_._-- --- ;:: --::.. -- 'L : :- -I
I world will little note, nor turned the WheatField ...... ....:.. "' .
.J i "'s ol scenes that it Is ,
pa "na' 'S" ah.I \\ -U i>' here, but It can never forget/ led, piled the crevices of :
bar oelleve took place where u 1.1, I ",, 01 1 01 II" I'' ,N for ta, the living; rather, to be the Devil's Denvth
dead '
and utually i Dt30. an .:: OCOCt -----'OClOr-----rOClO hIp
uji! quiet now. ., ,, .
? 01. '" 01 I 11" i. ih' iinrinlHl.ed work which they vtio I
I the shoulder
nsiance, John R. Smith, i iat r""Khl h, "n hat.. ,. 'thus far MO nobly advanced. It In rather I
"., Georgia home many I ha,. 11" ,in, Ie h'ro (Hinted to the great tank remaining before Round Top before ihe Federals o
repulsed their, a
uc-Ihat I from theca honored dead wo take Increaseddevotion -
in with Lee, said
yt(( go j to that cause for which they gave the laHt full were killed and wounded but I o o I
bluntly) that "Gettysburg was a '
m. 11"11" of d""llon-Ihul we here highly resolve that these nothing decisive was achieved WHEN IN NEED OF

he out I IIi dead. Hhull not have/ died In vain-that this nation, under The Gettysbuig climax came ai II II i.. it
ii" pointed
I Hod', xtmll lime n new birth of freedom-and Ihat government IP. M, 3
on July when Lee
Mrtirs\ "A rifle bullet creasedm .of the people, by the people for the people, shall not dered or- I I
a charge on Meade's center
tmvketi me down and perlFh from the earth.
KC '11' n. any crazy. But : Supported by Pettlgirw and Trim ) u
.. ble, General Pickett was picked to
us aheaJ hollering D
up p '

t ,me they're about to THE BLUE AND THE GREY I famous lead the and grand most assault futile the in U most S i, o I 'x
break sc got tip aud went on.
PJI '11Ilood: was pouring history The terrific cannonadeIthat I Printingp
piecedi.l the charge could leheal I
THREE score and thirteen years Just, or so dear and flesh and blood I II

I I ago a great warrior, the greatest I cheap.and tears and broken hearts so

since Hannibal, sheathed his o ,
I During the past few days the a a
and handed it
I sword unbuckled It
remnants of these mighty armies o
to another great warrior who reversed Let Us Serve You
1 |lot the Blue and the Grey have met
it and handed It back as a II
around a common camp file at
tribute to an honorable foe The
i I Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Tatu.red -
former could have said almost in II
I "we have old battle flags were unfurled
the words of Timothy I

fought a good fight, we have finished 1 and held in trembling handH. Tot- O o I

our course, we have kept the I tr, Ing feet and silver hair told of I II D fit Q
I S! o o
i.ilth l the ravages of time since they met I

The bright star that had gleamed there as foes seventy-five ye.ns II II

on the horizon of their hopestor ago Imaginary faces of dead! com I

over four years had gone rades appeared In the embers of ,
dose i my eyes and over my down Their dreams and visions In their camp fires Wraiths of Lee i We have a complete Job Department and we can give you

'* i "'ouldn't see to shoot, many a bivouac were never to be I I'd as fill awiUK Phll.idplphni I

"in ,,), ii a minute and got realized. They had fought all the -I Down h-nlii: 'I iv, Ridge roiled the U neat and attractive work on either cheap or expensive q ,

con. eave .and dirt and plaster- I pievlnus day unt'l! a merciful night 'by these fues Memories of I the Confedonite" t tuli I;' 000 men iu : '

'. 1, m wn on the place In my I diew its curtain about them blot- three days of the maelstrom of I pal ate Itie their; battle flags red I 2 papers, as your taste demands or as the particular piece q :, i

bras. .iv tar blood" and I went ting out the terrible. scenes, thento blood when 160,000 men gl'appledj'In the sun The spectacle was i ...:jj
on I lie down among the dead and magnificent. At once the Federal 0 We handle all work and o
at each others' throats. of printing requires. promptly, ::1. rl'r rI '*
1 [If'
lick .rethei i hullet fetched me a I A cool clear April morning fence where the bodies of men gaps and In their ranks. with u cani-I'' I I give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are I 'a
ter shr.ipnel.Within {
hat tore my Jaw and knockd dawned a little white flag was made a bridge over It. Plum Hun j : '. 'j

out my teeth and stopped there fluttering in the zreeze Just over still hurried away to sea/ an In a hundred yards of the reasonable than outside of the 'I ''I .I
can secure city.
""I m\ mouth and I spit It out In I there It had been! u long road the far away yesterday when its Federal bieastworks the Confederates o more you 0'I p

my land i ve got It yet. from Bull Run. A road stained waters ran red with the blood of first opened musket fire Q .r
''No sir." he said, "you can't with the blood of men, bathed in men.! Little Round Top loomedup Their flunks wavered but Pickett's We solicit your orders forLETTER 9 ,r i

tell me nothing about Gettysburg. I I the tears of mothers and wives before their fading vision. They center pushed recklessly on Into t'.!l lI

I was there Men don't look no and echoing with the sobs of were taken over that hallowed an angle of the Union line made I:

Prettier dying than animals do. children, for this was Appomattox. ground where 15,000 men. the by a stone wall. A few hundred HEADS I I to

They holler and scream and spin It was a tense hour when a flower of the South followed I I Confederates, fighting with stones i;

round and stagger and fall and mere remnant of the once mighty Pickett in his desperate charge up I and fists, planted their flags briefly I ..f 'i ...

cut up terrible to see army of Lee and Jackson and Cemetery Hill- a heroic charge Inside the Federal positions ENVELOPES STATEMENTS o ; :

"It looks mighty quiet and "Jeb" Stuart and the Immortal that dwarfs to insignificance the I A few minutes later the charge n .. ;,
the Peaceful out there now with all Pickett, clad in their tattered old "Charge of the Light Brigade" wan over, broken and dispersed on I p CIRCULARS FOLDERS BOOKLETS : {'

and such. But the boys ceive their last command which ett when told that he was selected The gray tide ebbed back across '

who vitro here know what It was. was to sound the death knell of the to lead this charge penciled a the bloii-drencbed field to Semi BILL HEADS NOTE HEADSVISITING :
I II! n !
war nothing but a hog-kllllng." cause they fought for and believed good-bye to his wife on a slip of I nary Ridge. In less than an hour n J.

So It must have been a moving : right. paper handed It to an orderly 3,400 Confederates had been killed ), ,

"W light' this week to see the Blue Their great commander was I turned to Longstreet und said "11 and wounded i i U CARDS U : ',' fix fixp f.o f.

tear Grey camped side by aide on never greater than in his hour of am ready, shall I proceed?" Long- July 4 It mined hard, soaking ),

vaaed( 'ha, seventy-five years ago defeat. His silver hair shining In I street was in teats and could. only II I down the carnage of the day be- ;'' O n I n'i',' //1\)\

with their( blood; to see the sunlight and his kindly face 1 nod auscnt fore Meade s men rested on their _
Who Ib"I'' -II together over fields masking every emotion his heart Pity 'tis that the Blue and the I arms too hard hit to counternt- o -- 0 ;Iii

othe, 'mug ago they shot each may have felt, as he told them to I Grey could not have met thus tack. By nightfall the Army of ,, I] :

too down until the range was go home and be as good citizens I three score years ago It would I Northern Virginia was retreating' :
short for muskets and they soldiers. It had touched Its I : "'
II wo *lth rocks as they had been good southward SEE US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDS ; '
and clubs and of the often-ad high-water mark In Plcketfs
Pine' 1 butte Over there was the army :
| In a grappling handtobind Blue. It had fought all the way Charge From then on Its tide of o o
struggle through the offing this Is the last meeting fortune ebbed steadily away to D
Today the Rapidan, :
theirs the spirit' ot peace Is from to RICh-I' they will ever attend. Most all of Appomattox and ultimate defeat I I o n
mond and on
in they mingle together, them answered the roU call for -LIFE Magazine. ,

III Without thought of enmity Joined der Grant. the last time. Before another year I BRADFORD COUNTY Ui fl ti

a common love a common The great battles and fought Grant thetenacious by rolls around they will have passed ._ i 4// i ig
country strategist
\ Lee, the reward. Peace to their i
were among the most to their I I),%RING ESCAPE:
-- --+ "Love and
of the world ashes. Let us have MIAMI.-Two negroes made a
TKAIN SCHEDULE terrible In the history and Tears and : o
for the
schedule of trains arriving here and the heroism of the men un- for the Grey.Tituavllle ." I daring escape from the skyscraper g D
love i
In which Franklin
dally jail
be secondaryas county
will never TELEGRAPH
SUbject to change without der them Star-Advocate. I o )
notice compared with others In the I Pierce McCall, convicted In the

8outhloundDue wars of all time. Better men nev- + I Cash kidnaping case had been
No lived braver men never drew a HONESTY ADVIIKEII confined. They made a rope of
Vo lor-LocaI_____ 10:48: p. m er ;whether their uniformswere We lose Interest in a candidate knotted blankets and made their
-Through____ 9:03: a. m sword I :
for his candi- outside the building from
Northbound_ blue or whether they when he apologizes way it
No Due Starke Like against like. Equal dacy by saying that his friends from their cell on the 18th floor (
--Local_______ 6:115 grey. JOB DEPARTMENTS ,
a. m.
v0 w against equal Brother against prevailed upon him to run. We like I to the room of a jail cook AlbertP p
Through____ 5:04: p.m. principaleach right out and Hoff, directly beneath their i ,
Starke brother, fighting for a to see a man come I 0 .0 \ .
!Nn 101] anti w""ne Brunch believed right. say that he la running because he cell on the 17th floor They slugged I '

.Vo 102 leaves Starke 7:00: a m. looks back after the wants the Job for the salary, or Hoff unconscious, breakinghis 144y=OC30I=: .0ti000>Qo.0=000nc J !, .: ;

arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. As one and the color of passion and the honor, or the opportunity of Jaw In two places and inflicting I 4 ;

Dally except Sundays years wonders service that It offers Tltusvllle other injuries and fled down ,
faded, one .. u
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FOt" ______ ____________ rift,tfFORD rot STY rri.Eni.rn.:: TA.kKE! FLORIDA Fit I DAY. M 1,1 K.lno....
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i Woodmen Circle i DampierParnellOf --.

1 'j FAVORITE Baptist W. M. U. Circles I Interest to thcli IIIII\: ,

I : in Starke is the matt., .,. V'1'
focictr1J i The Woodman Circle will have "f Ml,

L I RECIPES the regular meeting Tuesday nightat and Montaque Parker Painell!. of .1) ,"kvn,II"!

eight o'clock in the Woodman Damper, alHO,
Jacksonville fo,
Hall. All members are urged to nWI'ly (,r HU"
and 'i
High .
X-ijd*. .... Mr"' Mrs L. D. Vlnlng's mother, be present and Mra. L, S. Hutto,, Springs.The .
Mrs. McLendon EntertainedAt Mr. and Mrs. Vining '" :; Mrs. W. L. Joiner of Dublin Ga., Financial Secretary, asks all Junior the wedding w.s xntemnizei' ,
,. LUCY HUFFAKEPC' and and adult members to have presence of intimate|
visited here not long ago trlen,
and relatives
Supper On Grandin Lake Entertain For at the
their dues to her as soon as st
eased on r d. bv MARGARET CUtfclN( BANNING while here mad some POS- Episcopal Church Stay
Mrs. H. B. McLendon who left then sible. here,
Bridge candy. Ever since requests Frtdl<
Sunday to join Dr. McLendon whois WHO WINS THE MAN BLONDE. ,OR ,,BRUNETTE? have been made for the recipe. This night July I, with the Rev. Fit
Mr. and Mra. L. D. Vining were 'f'" Ycrkes, Jr.. officiating
practicing: dentistry In Orlando, lovely' No Fight Can EquaJ the Fights candy Is easy to make, inexpensive night In the homes After a short

was the honored guest at a delightful hosts when Tuesday night entertained at a their Between Two Beautiful Womcrfi'. -. and perfectly delicious. Just After the meeting wall adjourned and Mrs. Dampier honeymoon ?
upper party Friday night party it the next time you're candy refreshments be ,lit bOlt
honor of their 11 EXCITING CIIAI'TEnS-START TODAVr-PAGE. try light were served. to their
club In
bridge 7 many friends
when entertained Mr. and for Mrs.her at H. their V. Knight summer night house guest Mrs. Rheta Dickens; ____n __._______ _- --....-..,s--..". .. ---.--- hungry. Those present were Mrs. T. K. Ashley St., Jacksonville.a,Fla 315 v tt

borne on Grandin Lake. Mrs. Roy Smith, guest of Mr. and Miss Marguerite Prevatt Large Attendance at 2 cups sugar McClane Jr., counselor; Mrs. Paul Dampier Is affiliated with
2 tablespoons Karo syrup l o!
D. C. Mrs. Hubert Dozier
Mrs. K. O. Duncan; Mrs. Raymond Priest & Gay Paint
The Knight's home was attrac- Becomes Bride of Circle 1 cup buttermilk Company ,,
Forehand, guest of Mr. and Mrs. MeetingCircles Miss Martile Hemingway, Miss Jacksonville
tively decorated in a rustic man- and Mrs Fielding : 1 teaspoon soda Pauline Priest Miss Helen Prather
D. P. Carpenter; -4--
for this affair. Phillip Roberts Number One and Number in a
ner enjoyable Place above ingredients
of Mr. and Mrs.L. Miss Madge Whighain Miss Wilma A
Chapman guest chapter on the
Ten guests were invited to enjoy Two of the Woman's Mission- and cook slowly until It life of Benk
Miss /
Marguerite Prevatt at- saucepan
F. Chapman of the Stats Farm. Alexander, Miss Frances Hemingway mln Franklin! reveals
the evening with Mr. and Mrs. tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ary Society of the Methodist forms a soft ball when tested in "Poor Rr| ,.
flowers Miss Florled
Colorful summer Killings- ard" as a militia
Knight and Mrs. McLendon. Church met Tuesday afternoon at cold water. Beat until thick and colonel at
R. R. Prevatt, became the bride
room, sun porch, I worth and Miss Lillian
the living; the home of Stump. Pennsylvania outpost
Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
and den, where six tables for of Phillip Roberts, son of Mrs. W. Griffin just before pouring into greased

{ Dlnced. H. Roberts and the late Mr. Rob- and. .Mra..... Carrie...___.._Flitch....._ _The__ pans add nuts or coconut. .
_Nntj'f'______'! r\t__ -Mf'ptlnQ'.n'D-.-' ... hrid i !-tB were ..nn..a- .- n. ...... ..,, L IIUIU"
of Tallahassee, "p..un' '
I at 4 o'clock : '
At the conclusion of the game were made attractive We believe i lots of our readers BOREE FUNERAL
Circle number one of the Baptist Thursday afternoon, June 30, In, more by I HOMEFull
Union Mrs. D. C. Forehand and E. L. decorations of will want to try this recipe for
Women s Missionary an outdoor wedding service at the I pink crepe myrtle, line of Caskets! & I'nilrrtukpirw ,
will meet at the home of Mrs. H.., Matthews received a bridge set home of her parents. The cere- arranged In bowls and vases. green tomato pickle. It wall sent .tMiIULAN'F: SElit'IE I Supplies

A Lawson with Mrs. Eastman a;e and tie respectively for ranking mony was performed by the Rev. Mrs. Charley E. Johns chairman In by Mrs. Joe Grlffls, who has DAY AND MU11T'\

hostess and Circle number twc, high scores L. A Shepherd, pastor of the of Circle Number One, pre- / had lots of experience along this I 53 I'hiONE---,5

will meet with Mrs. W. L. Wall The hosts presented each honoree Baptist Church assisted by the sided over the meeting. A com- line. O. II. BENNETT Mgr

and Mrs J. M. Brownlee will bt with a box of monogrammed Rev. Frank Robinson! of the Methodist mittee, composed of Mia L. CRay Green Tomato I'lrkln I "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"

co hostess Circle number three' stationery as a memento of this Church.. and Miss Olive Ray, arrangedthe I '2 bushel green tomatoes; 'y

will meet with Mrs. H. L. Hough delightful affair. following program' : Prayer by peck onions; 2 cups salt; 9 green I.
The _
spacious lawn, where the
All meetings are Monday afternoon In a game of bingo Mrs. Field- Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Bible studyIn bell peppers, 1 level teaspoon III
Improvised altar
at 3 30 o'clock ing Chapman Won the cosmeticset was placed wall the book of Isaiah, Mrs. J. ''I. ground cloves; 1 stick cinnamon; I j
outlined with palms and other '
and John Powell won a deck White; and article entitled "In the 1 teaspoon ground mace; ',& cup DRINK
to simulate a
of cards.A tropical hands of God," a note from China, whole pepper-corn; 2 level table-
garden. The arch under which the
delicious naiad course was read by Mrs S. S. Dowling; a spoons mustard; 5 Ibs. brown sugar -
couple stood to take their mar-
served at the conclusion of the story about Ada Pino a Cuban ; 3 qts. vinegar.
riage vows, was made by the nat-
missionary who was educated in Slice the onions and tomatoes
games. ural formation of banana
plants. Florida, by Miss Amelia Ray; spiritual sprinkle the salt over them and Cola
Those present to enjoy the eve- Against the greenery and on either Pepsi
life lesson featuring let stand overnight Drain and -
ning with Mr. and Mrs. Vining and side of the arch were tall floor prayer
by Mrs A. Wood. place in a large saucepan with the
the honor guests were: Mr. and baskets filled with white dahlias.
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. Low arrangements of pink crepe During the business session, pepper from which seeds have

THE ? s Edward Burns Mr. and Mrs. L. F. myrtle and palms further enhanced minutes of the June meeting were been removed. Then add spices,

Chapman of the State Farm, Mr. the beauty of the garden. read by Mrs. W. B. Parks; a quarterly sugar, mustard, and vinegar, and BIGGER AND BETTER
cook hour. Seal when cold
SMILEof one
and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Biggs, pianist, playeda financial report was given I
by the treasurer and Mrs. W. E.Middleton Keep stirred constantly.
Mrs. T. T Long, Mr. and Mrs. W. lovely program of nuptial music, .
B Sewell Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. and chairman of local work -
Mrs. R. J. Davis, soloist, sang, -
O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette Kin- "At Dawning' and "L'Armour reported on Wbrk done at the par- :, Y. W. A. Reorganizes

PROTECTIONIt caid Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Hilda Toujours L'Armour." The tradi- ponage. I The Young Women's Association -

Belle Bence, Mr. and Mrs. E. tional marches were used for the Circle Number One will meet in I I of the Baptist Church met ATTENTIONAUTOMOBILE

run only come from L. :Matthews, and John Powell. precessional and recessional. August with Mrs Carl Johns and I Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock in

Innur- Mrs. O L. Haynes ns co-hostesses.. the church at which time the association -
Wound, adequate\ + The bride, who was given In
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aneet! Every clement of marriage by her father, was at- Circle Number Two will be entertained was reorganized OWNERSAnother \

r worry and fear I* taken Auxiliary To Meet tended by Mrs. Paul Raymond, as by Mrs. L S. Hutto. A brief summary of Y. W. A

from your shoulder. matron of honor. Little Miss Bet- The Society was pleased to welcome work Its purposes and services,
and the cost It small! The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Ann Roberts as a member the new was reviewed by ;Mrs. Paul Ray-
ty of the the pas case of a cur MrlKinK a boy on a bicycle, thin morning.
First Presbyterian Church will groom. acted as flower girl. tor's wife, Mrs. Frank Robinson, mond. hoy badly hurt and In hmipltal. Some one will have to pa>.
LET US WRITE hold Its regular monthly meeting who made The election of officers was held lIow .
Charles Roberts, brother of the a gracious speech of I much longer lire.oii, going to put off taking liability pro.tertian |
Tuesday night at 8 P. M. at the thanks for courtesies received and the following were chosen: I on jour automobile and truck' Every dollar >'ou im
YOUR INSURANCE! John Uglow home with Mrs. groom was man and ushers I since arriving at the parsonage.The President-Mis. Paul Raymond. worth IN at stake and there are many who didn't hn\<* it dollar.
Charles F. Ward as hostess. Mrs. were Raymond and Nathan seeing time now.
Miss Lillian
I Vice-president -
We represent several large Prevatt, brother of the bride. hostesses, assisted by little I
reliable rompnnleti In the Robert F. Clark will have chargeof Jeanette Harrell, Mrs A. W. Anderson Stump. I You just cannot afford to be without this protection. !Sec or
the Devotions and Mrs. E. M. Mra Raymond, matron of hon- ; Mrs. L. F. Secretary and treasurerMrs.Thelma \ call today. If jour driving record J. good ue can sate >ou Momemont.y
Theft, Llithlllty, Annuity, Smith, Mrs.
or, was gowned In taffeta C'I .
pale pink
Davis will "Our
give a chapter on Alvarez.
Life and Fire fleldc.JOHNS c C.:::: Grumpier and Mrs. Hogan I
trimmed In blue. Her bou-
Church. Smith, served I It was voted that the meetings
refreshing sherbert
Miss Evelyn Stump, teacher of quet was of pink asters tied witha ;and wafers. j would be held on the 2nd and 4th

ANDWAINWRIGHT Latin and Spanish In the Bradford blue tulle bow. I The : Monday nights of each month, the

County High School, will be the Little Miss Betty Ann Roberts I Mrs\ J. T.out-of-town Guy, of Hampton guests were Mri business meeting on the 2nd Monday HAROLD C. WALL Agency

chief speaker of the evening and wore a dainty pink dress and carried i J r H Ritch and Mrs R. O ;Ross'l| night at the church and the I ,
has chosen for her subject a basket of rose petals social meeting on the 4th Monday
t PHONE IS ._ _u._,__ ___,_ .. ....._ ..._u. ___._ '_u_'__ 'n __ ___ _.__ I of Jacksonville; circle members:' I
.. ---.J I I"" "'1-'UKI Ir C''pI''. A iia viiue wan Ji/vety in tier mender ..... ......... ---- -
form I present were: Mrs; Charley E. : II -- ...:: ___::.n:.;;
fitting of
-gown Johns, Mrs L. F. Smith, Mrs. A '
I satin, made with a v neck line and I Wood, Mrs. A. W.
Redgrave, Mrs.
A Few Of Our
fitted bodice. The sleeves
were. Frank Robinson, Mrs. W. E. Mld-j I: Many BargainsLADIES'
full at the shoulders tapering to dleton '
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs
,i, .rryp lunl g IZ the wrists where they ended In '
L. C. Ray, Mrs. V. B. Harrell Mrs :
points over the hands The A. F. Saris Mrs. J. W. White,

long train was attached to the Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Miss Amelia I WASH DRESSES LARGE; ASSOHTIEXTBOYS'
bolera which was lace trimmed.
Ray Mrs. W. S. Stroman. Mrs
The veil of filmy Illusion was W. P. Smith, Mrs. A. H. WASH PANTS
caught to the head with a wreath GI.een.,1 'a
Mrs.. L. S. Hutto, Miss ,, ,
-- of orange blossoms Her flowers Mrs. Pearl AND SHIRTS
Simpson, Mrs. Hogan
I were white dahlias and lilies of Smith, Mrs. A Anderson, i 'k .. Aa iI

the valley. W. B. Parks. Mrs M. B. Herlong 1\1rs'j, 1 EXCELLENT FOR SCHOOL WEAR

SANITARY I Following the ceremony, a reception and Mrs. C. C. Crumpler I '

I was held on the lawn. The -____ ___ .----- PRICES RIGHT
bride a table was lace covered and
Chapman Is Hostess
was centered with a large three ,

\Ve take pleasure in announcing I tiered wedding cake topped with a At Bridge Luncheon I !& !i
miniature bride and groom. Fern i \ a ''fI
For Visitors
that we are instaling the most and zinnias were banked in low I '' 4

I modern and arrangement around the cake. Mrs. L. F. Chapman wa hostess I t r WORK SHOES
sanitary equipmentin Punch was served by Mrs. Jerry Wednesday at one o'clock when r

our kitchen that it is possible to Moore from a tastefully decorated she entertained at herhome,, at the { v WORTH $2.50

table. Plates of assorted cake State Farm with a bridge luncheon I '
obtain anywhere. were placed at either end of the given In honor of htr 'tll '' tli1ip i1d Special at $1.98

punch table. law. Mrs. Fielding M' ,
I daughtt'r-In-/
After spending some time with : Roy Smith, guest of \ / I

their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts K. G. Duncan and Ij j
NEW RANGE left for their wedding trip to Mi Forehand, house guest of Mr. and BATHING SUITS AND

i ami. The bride traveled in a lug- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. $1.00 and $1.50 values at 69c
gage tan model with matching accessories Luncheon was served on card I TRUNKS

and a corsage of white tables In the large living room, I
NEW WATER HEATER dahlias. which was tastefully decorated An Assortment of Ladies' and AT SPECIAL PRICES

Mrs. Roberts la a graduate of with roses, zinnias verbenna, and I{

the Bradford County High School fern Each table was centered with I Children's House Shoes at
Equipped and the Florida State College for a bud vase holding red rose buds

Women at Tallahassee where she and fern. Place card tallies markIng Special Prices MENS' WASH PANTS

received an A. B. degree. While the places for the guests were ;

GREEN'S FUEL at college she specialized in art. of a floral design.A $2.00 TO 2.50 VALUE I
For the past she has been
year a
galloping prize a box of Ice SEE OUR i
member of the faculty of the box cookies
which was won by To at $1.49
school at Belle. go \
Mrs. T. T. Long at'the' conclusion WASH DRESSES
Mr. Roberts Is a graduate of theLeon
of the game added spice and entertainment I

County High School In Talla- to n th.--_. _aftornnrmMrs. n__---.., FOR TilE SCHOOL GIRLS ;
hassee and Is connected with the
: D. P. Carpenter was awarded MENS' WORK SHIRTS
Peninsular Life Insurance Company PRICES ARE RIGHT !
a red and white I
beverage set
In Tallahassee where the young i
for making the
highest score for
couple will make their home.
'I" Out-of-town guests at the wed- the four progressions. GIRLS' AND BOYS t, ALL SIZES t

.' ding were: Mrs W. H. Roberts Mra. Chapman presented! Mrs. 1

Miss Lillian Roberts, Mr. and 1Krs. Fielding, Airs.; Smith, and Mrs. WHITE OXFORD STRAP IN BLUE ;1

Charles Roberts Mr. and Mrs. T. Forehand with dainty linen hand- -

J. Roberts and daughter, Betty kerchiefs as gifts of remembrance PUMPS

;, Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson of this lovely affair. 91GOOD QUALITY

. W. II. Hollman, all of Tallahassee Those enjoying the party with AT BIG REDUCTION I Ii

and the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Cox the hotess and guests of honor \ \ i

Dine and family of Alachua. were: Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. O. \ 49c and 59c '

i .... U Beasley, Mrs. N. Sternberg.Mrs. WOMEN'S ALL-LEATHER % I'

t Miss Manassa Entertains A. Z. Adklns. Mra. Mlna Ma-

nassa, Mrs M. F. Brown Mrs. W. STRAP SANDALS !
1 Where Food Tastes Best At Luncheon In JacksonvilleMiss B. Sewell, Mrs D. A. Moateith

Mina Mantissa was hostess Mrs. K. O. Duncan. Mrs. T. T. IN WHITE-A $2.00 VALUE MENS & BOYS POLO SHIRTS

Where it is More Economical last Thursday when she entertained Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs,

In honor of Mrs. H. B. McLen- Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Lois Adklna, Special at $1.49 39c to 98c
Where it is Prepared in the Most Sanitary don who left Sunday for her new Mr. C. C. Hoppe Mrs. E. L. Matthews -

home in Orlando and Mra. Field- and Mrs. Jo Lander of

; Manner Ing Chapman, bouse guest of Mra.L. the State Farm.


-- with London's metropolitan railway
a luncheon at the George
Washington Hotel in Jacksonville Is the world'a oldest subway, hav- WE ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE-

During the luncheon hour Mlsa ing been opened In 1863 and electrified SATISFACTION

COURT HOUSE LUNCHJOE Manassa presented the honorees in 1905. GUARANTEEDALEXANDER

with dainty linen handkerchiefs a*

mementoes of the occasion. B. White, of Fernandlna. Mrs. L.
NOEGEL, Prop. Those enjoying the party with F. Chapman, of the State Farm & CO. I

I Miss Mantissa Mra. McLendon and Mra. Stewart Rlcheraon of

':{ and Mrs. Chapman were Mrs. D. Jacksonville. ... _

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Mi- :Nat: Whiten, Mrs J-' KHIIIIH His Aim Melon r.. >K ;.md (Owen Gril- I < 'vniH HUKVIT is pending; '; ,"f .t
Enjoys Funeral
,inI 1 :MIHM flora i Muiiii.tInl 'tn .,.1 <-1', A1I ""lIne. will spend till" s I lit...,11,. v. .. '!6 '..". tut.l: : v. :., i .1' 'v I i"I' ,
I II'' II"it.Itil| I !"" I "I 1 II. t. t ,
ddt I i l.i.t r'll.i.iy m Jrti Itsniuill" I .. Pol a_ thisvi, k end' hero as Kiiests ofMr .''J'I II, I i Irk Hoovci, bt'forc "t.., .,, ,, '" "x.,4",10, nl.In, ... ,u'n, MiniIIIK ,, ,"V
Bits of and Mrs E. L. MatthewiI .. inimii.. ., t rip v.ist for lux health. I I"' 177 "cc.arse .
iI : All si:4, of ew't, < w of
I Mm J L. Kcllum. of .l.iikson- -- ----- Fur the past eighteen; years Cy- I highway In "tier.' .1, Townxhlp AEolith
If, I vi lie, spent last week with her .ali- '. and Mrs T F. Landrum, nis has been employed b,' the U. Kanire 22 KIIHI. i. >nltilnIng "

' ''I ter Mrs. B. S. Edwards, of !StarkeUho 1 i I Dr J. W. Brownlee. G. t. Patten, S. Customs In Miami. Key.West" ig Acrvi, more or Ie...
I xI Til" tx.UH to ho.nld are vvlflftllreftliv
Local NeWts ----- I Miss Mary Canova, and Miss and 1 other place After a few certificate No. 859! of 1919 and
n + rI Maude Wltheringsbee of Tnllal mono years' of service he will be r.prc. ".nt the unpaid laxex for th*
1 \\&" rljht-wlte No. 1 or I at, t F V",.. IIIS2 to t83N. doth Inclusive
dMy' wife No. l basses spent the week-end at Yan- privileged to retire and "enjoy
' CONCERNING- OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND : 2 ? ,Kea "\\onuui illiifiuntlnK to 19.30.
Against. "oman" beeiiinlnfr 1 keetownA life, he says. Said lax "."ltllo-al.-n h't tier with
I OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN \ on I f+l JtI ____- all tinhneiiuent omitted or Levied
PROGRESS page 5rten this lsaue. .
taxes will be mill
'itulMr to the highest
I Dr and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and ">\' \\' .man"-the
1 1 mnn Against << l lilder at the Courthouse door In +
II Mrs. L. E. Moseley small daughter, Cornelia of Jack- tmttlc of the! rcntury. Begin tilts Staika on the 22nd. day of July
I spent several :
I loss at 11:00 I : oVIoric .A, M. I
sonville and Mrs F. H.
--.J days In Jacksonville this week aa. \ d I Long fascinating. story on page eeYen.MITI Dated this I the 2nd. dAY of July "(
' the I moved to Klngslvy Lake Tues- -------- 11131
'wj guest of Mr. and Mrs
Anderson spent the week- Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cox spent : day and will spend the remainder F: of arpv.11' "I"n (OKh'ICIAl. NfoJA I.)
A w Eoyer I Full<< T\\ IFK19SI1THce : A. J. THOMAS
Art t.akeland. the week-end in Chattanooga, I, of this month there. : : is: UKiucny/ 'V 4c Tenn. Leona ","lit II..h. holler of TIIX ('''rtlfhHtc Bradford County, Florida.MALARIA. l'
,m The W. C. T. U. meeting will be I t Mrs'N.I No. 1070 IMKUOI the 7th day 7-R-31-7-13.
A Davis spent several held this afternoon with Mra. F. and her of AiiKiift. A. 1>. 1933, him. ftletl Hnme
Mr L | guests Mrs. W. S. Gibson and In my office and has made 81'1>111'1\-
Jackllonvllle.aYI Mr. and A. Scott
week In Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent president of the organization ..
''hiS tfon fur n tux fleet to bIhfrecm IMMU"d I'url'
Sunday In Lake City visiting I a .a rF If i son, Billy of St. Petersburg and Said t'..rtirio le embrarpH
lJI' atives. t I Mrs Tolbert Black and son J Im- the following iteHrrlhetl property In I

ch.I B It Witkovskl spent with friends.the week- ---- -- reI-I Mrs T. E. Duncan and daughter ,I mle, of Mucclenney; are spending the florlilii County::, lo-wlf: of, nrnilforil. Stwto of I 6661./ T tlM?* sod rrllrvCOLDS +.
Jacksonville a week at Jacksonville Beach.
Three Acres In Snl'l hw"1 Turner
Sue of
ud 1D Miss Arline :Mann spent Gainesville, were guests ) ,J I i of :North.: Half. uf Southwest I
I Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. K. G I :.: Matte.9Igltld'rablrte..
i Quarter uf N'mthwoHt (JilintprSri'tlon "
week-end ..
- and George. In Jacksonville with Duncan. | Mrs T. J, Griffin and her guests, 28 TuwilMhlp A Hen It,. first '
Mrt ue. B Flynn in Jackson- friends. I ... __, :> Mrs. L E. Jordan and son, Edward hangs> 22 KnHt, i-onuilnliiB 3 I' 'Io...... i>ron. Iloiidachp. SO minutes
,. set Friday -- --- ,.. ..
,v. t err. more" or "" Try "HuH-Mr-TUm -" .rlr lleiit
-'--- of Ovleda, and
r rrV. S. Gibson and son, Billy Tommy The assessment r>f the MAid 1"01-1 l.lnlmentllrlp ,
Miss Doshla Smith and Miss Jo of St. Petersburg flitch wore in Jacksonville the first vrtv under. the Meld i iTllfli'iiti-1.-l -------- ----
II'1" were guestsof i of the week at the home Htiecl with In the lultne of r'nkmiwnUnlenn
Ainsley spent, Monday at Jackson- visiting I
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken a L Hough were of Dr und Mrs. C. C. .
ville Beach. Mendoza l<*<*fneil Hft-orOlnior to Inw tho t
a .
: .
Tuesday. ,.. ... ... 'Itt.
,illahassee Wednesday.LUflllTflDS --- ----- -------- .rty dAHtrthefl therein will bn I"'UI'-j
.ill" t" the hlKtieni hi'ltlor at the
-- I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Miss Mantle Pettit, of Gainesville KINGSTON. Tenn Uncle !,>. Miss Martha Biownlee. who Is house floor on the first' Mt>ntlnv fifllirilHt.
attending summer school at the .\ Ill'IS.: uhlill l I. the 1-t tiny
h'. .
t'usli Bn-uzt'als 13 old
i family spent Monday at Jackson i years r
the weekend here .
as of August, 19XK hem t.lp: noe the Blood '
University of Florida and John
ville Beach. the guest of Senator and Mrs. c who lives done on a hillside farm Dated Ihlx IHI, day or Jillv. 1918OFKll'IAt. I ..llunuful IWjr Mal ,',
I Milton Biownlee, of Gainesville, ( SKAT.:
ncai here is shown Rented besideilia I I
I E. Johns. Tour aldn.y." arc oon.l ntly Altering
I IIrnE were week-end guests of their A. J.. TIK1MAS wise m ttr( 1h.blood au.91dn.y..om.elmM 1
Mr and Mrs. B. S. Edwards i I hand-hewn walnut coffin dur- f'lt'tk' ..r fMrrult I'tMitt' of rtim BtriHim.
I spent the week-end in Gainesville i;, Walter E. Duden of Cedar ing the otanequloB which was attended parents. Mr and Mrs. J. M. HrntlfoKl., I'"'cuu11y. 'I.I,11t. nut' art u N.tur. I.tnt.nd.d---t.a. In thnlr. wnra-.lo. to r*.
Keys lee. ;- mi.. ImpuriiiM that If r.t lnwj., .'
with relatives. and Mrs. Stlner, of California, are by more than 8,000 friends, BI.own-/ iKllKia th. .30" .'. Had upwt tb. >top boWBymptomfl ".
neighbors and vIsitors. Uncle Fe- / NOllfH: 0. ".1.] CIK Ti \'\ I IH7q body .....III..toPO.. .
of Mr. and Mrs. W.
guests H. Noe-
Ktr'rle'te'CTFsNClT1ri7 b b rkMralitimt
Mrs. .
W. Anderson! and m.y naiftng ;
SURE Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn and Betty gel this week. lix, us he Is known :rived at the ._ ;.ot\: : : IM HIIItKIIV I1IVKN that bwd..h..tta.k.al illuiK 1
I Ann Flynn were visitors in Gainesville scene of the service in a hearse '" ter, bliss Virginia Anderson, ana Rilna D. Thornax him filed with mo ttlnf ap night*, .... pufDnw* ,:t
-- I n nd.r th. .y_. f'''enaal narvtMMniiMy ,.
A. W. Anderson Jr., were guestsof written request that the tax cer-
and after alighting, walked with .. .
Saturday.John Circle number 3 of the BaptistW. tlflratrii ttiitetlittr with all niitmnftuent the pallbearers all old foxhunting Mrs. Anderson's mint and un- .. .r "lna ct kldn y or' bUddv dl.erdr ** _!
omlttefl or l levied taxeit hel .
M. U.
;roR SALE Pure Porto Rica po- Ii will meet at the homeof I friends selected by him. When cle, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rowand oy the Stal: he advert Inert and nolflo l may urination be Ioll'llin."IJ' orfn.ry.ot to* 1-
Chalker Is visiting his
vines grown from Ga. Mrs. H. L,. Hough next Mon- and family, in Lakeland Saturday the highest' hlililer for rant anprovltleil Thar.hould b*aedwbttb.tpw.1 ttr..Imwt ''1
talc J. D. grandmother. Mrs. Geo. A. Chalker. day afternoon. the services ended with a minister liv Chapter I829A of the !I. ...!.... thin n..... UWt
Draws. SI) 00 per In Middleburg. I paying him a tribute Uncle Felix through Monday. 1937 nets ftf (the Legislature, upon >oom'9 pttU. DOS.h.e.. bwro riDnInVi ,i
i mi, North of Starke onand I _______ I th. fnllowlnir tleperiliefl. real slat, .w (Honda /or mora then forty y.anb
DIgI! r Miss Virginia Anderson Is spending shook hands with moat of those In the County of Hradfortl Stain of Tb.y Iuo.. natloo-wld reputation.
13 It? The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shep- I who attended and signed his Mrs W. A. Collcy returned to Florida, to.wlf: A,.rwomnMadvd by(r.t.ful pwipta lh. ,.
several weeks in Lakeland as her home Sunday after an extended Heir! nt NW Cur of "ICMi" of NW/ e0antey e..r. A k vour nfinkoortDOAN
l OST ';!h SCB.. Octagon shaped, herd were visiting relatives In the guest of her cousin Miss Rd- 'I "mark, a scrawled X, on hundreds visit Winter Haven with h..rson tif SIOV of NK'4'\ A Hun W 840Ft .
tinted lens with white gold Crescent City Sunday.Mr. winna Rowand. of cards and books. Request I .. H KIT:, ft I. K: 24(1 Ft. N lea rt. :
pink to Mrs. .. I ed that he make the "funeral" an and daughter-in-law Mr. and to' Heir Xer. 2R. Twp (1 *: \K IB SPILLS
Finder ----- Kant
7E Jtaimctt'' Kinr.ild It. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop and! annual affair, the old man said I Mrs. Drayton to Colley.Starke She Mr.was Col-accompanied Th tax,'' ,t.. 1.. -.?Id n" Mil.. .n. .. <.J
the Fourth of "That wits my last. When I die Idon't by I
spent July holidays I daughters, :Misses Mary Harriet
who .
I ley, the with her.C'HII
rooms.I I '' spent day
fF six want noth.II all
: II unngalow, ; in Chattanooga. Tenn.. I land Nina Bishop, spent Tuesday was I. I ,
n. ud i cold water, outehlld's mighty nice and I bui e diet enjoyit. ; -"
i In Jacksonville. I' iv Miiutll town forgot ti divorce II
It of the finest
playhouse was one funer- CONTINUING
,! 1I "
Mrs O. J. Griffin, of St. Augustine ? Read Hn In "Woman :

'ou n i ip for cash. Leon A. Is! the guest of her daughter 1 Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall, of Tallahassee I als I ever sow I AgainstSoiuin" on I.II"W'" our

'1ra d ,'x' Florida. 7-8-2tp Mrs. Ethel Biggs. spent the week-end here I II ..,,\cn. :

ro ALE Heleo Lighting plant, .- -. ._- ------ with Mr. Wall's parents, Mr. and i Mrs. P. A. Dampier and daughter -

tal motel first class condition Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rayburn of Mrs. W. L. Well Julia Marie, of High Springs K. G. Duncan spent Tuesday, In OFF SALE
Orlando were guests Sunday of -. ---- I spent several days here this week I I
Jacksonville business. He
::01 .SI i' in half price.-Blscayneit : I II' on wtis ;
Dr. and MI's.V.. K. Middleton. The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer j' as guests of Mr. und Mrs. W. P. ;
N of back Starke
dflllnt! I lion, 2 miles I' accompanied to by '
------- I. of Jacksonville were dinner Smith. I Genuine Reductions
SiarK' !Ki id 11 2tp715FOR I his tiater-ln-law, Mrs. Roy Smith
Mrs. A. W. Anderson and A. W. guests Friday night of Mr. and ------ --- of Tenn lie, Ga., who will spend II 3
'SALE' 300,000 strawberry Anderson. Jr., spent Monday nightin Mrs. L. D. Vining. on our Popular
I Mr. and Mrs. T I... McClnne. JI'.I the remainder of the week here as
,,,nni& will make price right Archer as guests of Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart, and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. I stock of Play Clothes

>: Box 72, Route No. derson's mother-in-law Mrs. Emma Mrs. Laura I. Powell Mrs. Cora D. Wainwright Jr., visited the |I ;

2 I. .IK 6-24-3tp I Anderson.NOTICE Graybill and :Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. IN. Studios In St. Augustine ;,: Misses Martha Long Marjorie i HONOLULU

__ !i Powell) and) children-- spent Sunday Sunday. I IAir. Jordan und Annette Patterson all I I Mexican NoveltiesIlllIGIITKN SWIM SUITS
III ;ns : t I II
j ,i Augustine.Ell of Hartow, are intents; of Mllsl YOUIt

I .. -- --- ---- I and Mrs. Harold Certner of j i Gaylo Sewell. The young SUMMER IIOMi: ; CALIFORNIACOTTONS t
] Chalker l is a member of the Gainesville were week-end guestsof were accompanied to ladies I I

TO THE VOTERS OF STARKE i Reserve Officers' Training Camp Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy'' Mrs. Charles Long who spent SERVING MATCH I

I at Foil McC.lellan, near Anniston, at their summer home on Kings- II day here with MI'II.V.. B. Sewell.J. TRAYS CARTS GINGER ROGERS

1 1 will -bora candidate-at. the- proper time for the I i Ala., for six weeks. ley Luke. ,- I I -- PLAY TOGS

office of Chief of Police. There are rumors being circulated I I T. Kirkland spent Sunday MEXICAN GUEST OVERALLSSLACKS '
would be Mr and Mrs. V. B, Crenshaw Mrs. C. A. Thornton has with his father, J. T. Kirkland TALLIES TOWELS
that if I am elected certain parties on rl'turn-I
and little daughter, Betty Jo, of i.t. who is 111 Hos
ed after visiting In In St Luke's
the night police force. The people of Starke know that
EustlH. were guests Monday
as the guest of her pital In Jacksonville. Friends of ,
'he; Thief of Police has do with who the City I
nothing to and Mrs A, F. Sauls. I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lester i iSimonton. )I II Mr. Kirkland! will be glad to learn GLASSWARE STRINGS CULOTTES
Count'; elects the that i is left entirelywith ___
on Night Force as no -- I II that he will return to his home I

the Council. Misses Edna Hutto Carolyn ______ I'
I here the latter part of the week.
I Hutto. und! Elizabeth Williams > Mrs. Phil F. Maguire and j' ----------
I .im not a "ONE MAN'S CANDIDATE" and amrunnllll' daugh'I'I ALL OCCASIONS
spent the Fourth of July weekendat I! ter, Sue, of Washington, D. I bliss! Hope Haynes and Miss
olely on my past record as a law enforcement I Jacksonville Beach. i guests of Mrs Maguire's parents Lucile I..ennl'dy.Vhl) are attend- I FLOWERS IN THE MODERN MANNER FOR EVERY

offices my policy will be fairness to all and !special ----------- !; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, at I ing summer school at the University PURPOSE

'. ilesre to none. I Mrs. Tolbeit Brack and son. Klngsley Lake. of Florida in Gainesville i!

I Jimtm, of Macclenney, arrived I ----- -- I spent the week-end here as guests* CZAR JEAN SHOPPE

E Respectfully: Tuesday and are the guests of Mr. :Mi\ and Mis Glen Searing and( I of Dr. and Mrs. O. L Haynes and i, -

J. B. SAPP II aid) Mrs T N. Kendrick. I daughter*. HIMu und Eleanor. oft I II Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart respactively. PHONE !97 OU ;U ANYTIME!

11 :; Jacksonville :occupying the H. a.. 0
i s Mrs LaUI'1I.. Powell has re- I C. Wall cottage at Klngsley Lake : I -

I i lumrd to her home here after enJoying for two weeks.. Mr. and Mrs Van H. Carden I
r- :
:| a visit In Cocoa with her ___'__ spent last week as guests' of Mr. I FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE I

NAT SEZ: Uughti I'. Miss Evn Powell.Mr i Friend of Mrs. L. A. Davis will' Carden, s parents In Doneson, Ga. ,
--. -- -- i be Interested to learn that she III.. While there they visited many interesting -
: and! Mrs. Fred Guy of, !Improving after undergoing a ton- points In central ,
Ue arc sting In nn age of pl1rttent. ;>-
tt .. j Jacksonville, were week-end! guestsof allectorny at Riverside Itugpital. In I I including the new ,' !GeOrgla// '
N alixe
; hardly a man now
her parents. Judge! and Mrs. A. Jacksonville this week. I'yVurm Springs, '

1tck, who IN not mnkinif monthly PJ" Z. Adkins. at Kingsley Lake. ..- Mountain.
HH>nt" on ttomrlhlnif or other. Kverythlni -- ---- -- -- Mrs. Marguerite Dlckcaisf o( I ,

I \ ; ; Is sold on the extortion Mr. and Mrs. R. W Mills and ; Mdrinnnn nnd Mrs. Carrie Jane Those from here who attended I JUNE 30, 1938 .
daughter Miss Elizabeth' Mills, of Rusnln and Alex Frank, of Dublin the disulct Masonic meeting In
j>Iiui. .It." not so had to pay on an Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Ga, were week-end guests of Gainesville on Thursday of last I I

automobile Ixs'auno. you are rnjo Mr and Mrs. F. F. Flume. I Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vining. week were; R. A. Green Joe Sis- I

j'Ing It while you pay, but how I I ----- --- trunk G. M. Slstrunk, C. A. Futch I

about the poor fellow Mho Mara to G C. Alderman who has been Mr. and Mrs. Mac Fisher, of S. E. Sparks, C. H. Nasworthy. .

pay alimony by the month what here visiting his mother, Mrs. G. I Lakeland, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and J. R. Howe. J. H. Benson acted '

fun does he get ? W. Alderman, returned last weekto 1 Manausa, of DeLand, were as master-of-ceremonles at the RESOURCESLoans

his home In Baltimore, Md. I guests Sunday of Mrs. C. I. Manasaa chicken plleau supper. r

BATES and Miss Mlna Manassu.Mr. ---.--- & Discount ____ __________:L_$ 39,613.06 I
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nicholson Friends here of Lory Register "
have returned from a two weeks'vacation and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tal- who formeily lived here and at- Overdrafts ___ _____________.__? 9.23 I

STRIPES BED SPREADSFine in Tennessee, North Car- lahassee, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. God- tended the B. H. S., regret to hear Banking House Furniture & Fixtures 12551.28

Quality olina and Jacksonville Beach win, of the State Farm were the of his death In Tallahassee last U. S. Government '

--- ---- guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. N. Friday The funeral was held Saturday -
I securities __ $ 3000.00 :
$1.98 JI Miss Carolyn Hutton of Columbia i Steinberg, at Kingsley Luke. ( morning In St. Augustine. I
... .. Listed New York I
.Q r In spending a two I -------- 1 fury. /" a eon tvt Mfr and Mrs
th weeks holiday herewith;i her par- I! Mr and Mrs. M. Lawrence, of", L. D. Register. of Hastings; and Stock Exchange i

o I ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. 1 Griffin Ga., and Mr. and Mra.'I I Ij was a soldier In the World War. Bonds and Other I

80 SQUARE --- ------- 'j Leon Lawrence, of Perry spent I II Securities ________ 127,059.67 i
Mrs D. C Forehand of Albany I tho week-end at Klnggley Lake j I
2.t l Cash on hand and I I.J
DRESS PRINTS Ga, arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. i :
{ 1 i I .J due from banks 16$7O8.30'4: :
with Mi and Mrs D P. Carpenter ---- : r *
-' *
$ f'1't- Beautiful Patterns I | '*'
and :Mr\ and Mrs. T. T. Long. Bubble Cottrell has returned to' BUSINESS 292,767.97.
I' _
Now 19c yd I his home in Leesburg after a visit I -

Can a coil wife live happily here with! his cousin, Jimmy Sew- 344,911.51

In ennniy territory Head "Woman ''ell. He was accompanied home by DIRECTORY I''

L \Caln..t! "'om..n" Blurting In this. I Jimmy who will visit him for ten ,

:' HOLEPROOFHOSIERY issue. of the TI'leICrllph.Mr days. _._ I LIABILITIES
--- --

t' Mary Dover and Mr. and Dr. H. B. McLendon of orlandO'j, I

49c Mrs. S. E. Ritch and son. Gene spent the week-end here. The drink Capital Stock _________________ _.___ 25000.00

and Chiffon or Service Wednesday for a ten day va- accompanied back to Orlando by Surplus and Undivided Profits_ 15,464.44
that ------
up North and South Caro- Mrs. McLendon and daughter,
79c pr cation and Deposits' n _______________________ 304477.10 I
lina. Jeanette and Mr. Mrs. E. S
sIn'1'el|oitr ight I I Matthews.Col. everybodyknows I

10 ow heart f Miss Hitty Patterson Miss Mar- I .. 344,941.54
A l .
mitt! attractive jorie Stump. and Emmet Rhodes, and Mrs. H. V. Knight were I'i l I i

r.: rn ,rf latin SIMPLICITYPATTERNS of Tallahassee, were week-end dinner guestS Tuesday night of I II,

nIF4l< in s lovely guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.I I Mr. and Mrs Harold Lawrence, in''' 5ct i
'""' DEPOSITS: i
poof ,yoo Stump. Keystone Heights. After dinner ,

"brcCOLDETTE| hat used I it most the party attended the theatre In w. JCOCACOLA I

"loeinrclt; in tlieM pads ttylet. Now 15c Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. S. L. Gainesville. I I : DOT. CO. June 30, 1937 u__________________ 210144.38

s Peek Mrs C. W. Chalker. Mrs. I II December 31, 1937_ -- - 264000.14 f
D. of Mr. W. E. Torode I
Phil Maguire. of Washington, i Friends ,
June 30 1938 _. 304477.10
C.; and Mrs. Grace Marks, of De- I will be glad to learn that she I.i isI> WE" -AJIE I l --p ---- -------- I

It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S' Land; spent the week-end In i Improving In SL Vincent's nO.PI-1{ PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS: I Member Florida National Group ,
Gainesville with Mrs. DeWitt C. tal In Jacksonville where | i I ICARPENTER'S
Jones. It was a unique house- confined because of Injuries received Member Federal] Deposit Insurance Corporation l lI

party, being a reunion of Mr..I, In an automobile accident!I 'ij' I
1 '
Darby and her five daughters. I last Friday. TIlE REXALL STORE -- -.. -- -



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-I,' Bradford County Telegraph: ORLANDO.- Will Stanley, 32- ST. PETERSBURG -- For the hI

RURALCOMMON Hints To Housewives I I have read so many letters yenr-otd negro waiter Tuesday 120th time In 28 years The Eve

SENSE I about Mr. McCall and the crime he night took a bet he could drinka ning Independent was distributed I

Weekly from Home Demonstration has done. To all who say "execute quart of gin at one sitting. He free last week because the sun I

Specialist, Tallahassee him" I say "give It a thought" did. Early Wednesday he was taken fulled to shine. An overcast sky I

By SPUDS JOHNSON I He has a dear mother. I guess to the hospital where he dieda with a light drIzzle of rain caused I

ACCIDENTS DON'T "JUSTPVEN" CHILDREN'S SUMMEKCLOTHES she hates to give him up as wellas little later. Old Sol to skip his dally appearance I

H:\ AND CARE UII.LPREVENT the baby's parents. To take --- here for the first time since I
his life won't bring the baby back. ( ONE AGAINST TAX
THEM: ON FARMS: January 7. I
Many mothers are busy buyingor And listen-.what if one of our :MIAMI.--Philip E Paine, counsel ...---- I

boys was In his place ? Oh, how for the Merchants Emergency I
Accidents don t just happen. making their children's summer I OEORCSIA. FLORIDA
result from carelessness of would we feel. We had rather have organization made public a letter TALLAHASSEE.- Florida and
They clothes-clothes that are comfort- 'from Gov. Fred P. Cone In which
sentenced for life could
him so
inefficiency on the part of someone Georgia apparently are on the + ,
." able for play attractive, durable, go to see him. Let us not take the executive expressed himself verge of a license battle that will I 4r

easy to make and wash, and Inex- what we cannot give. I ask all as being In favor of repealing the Involve wholesale seafoods dealers a
with this
Most folks are familiar pensive. mothers to think how we would gross receipts tax law. The mer-
which has been widely- who live In one State and sell products -
slogan, The sunsuit ensemble for little feel if It waa one of our boys chants' group, organized to fight into the other. Georgia start-

used In highway safety campaignsand boys or girls has proven to be -Annie E, Ward the measure, voted at a meetingto :
which, most of the time, has ed charging $500 license for Florida -
the in hIs efforts t F
very practical. It develops the support governor r
Of deniers, and Florida threatens
to be true. course
proven idea of a two-In-one arrangement GINNING AND WAYS OF to obtain legislation provId- to invoke a similar law in I -
there are some accidents such as consisting of the summit as the under RKVIVINO SEA ISLAND ing for all state funds to be ban addition. I'l'talla-1; NEW ORLEANS. La A group of striking r-ti, ,
tion. In Florida 'Ii
that may
being struck by lightning are part of the garment and a COTTON AItE STRESSED died through a general treasury. I' are shown at a local court after their arrest last week r'> ,
God but clamp on a $2,000 a year license'against er
classified as "acts of ]
dress or jacket to slip over the ---- )i of this: old Creole city have decided to drive all Clu mini! ,
Georgia boats which
the great majority of mishaps :: sunsuit.. GAINESVILLE. Production i' SUSPECT IS NABBEIJ town and wholesale arrests of pickets have already inn\ i, I
I in this State's coastal h
the resultsof / shrimp
which befall people are I Comfortable panties to match and ginning of high grade Sea Is- II j TALLAHASSEE. Clarence E. waters Brophy national director of the organization Is enrouti". in, ". t

carelessness or Inefficiency. : ;.lie bet on a net top which allows land cotton and ways In which I Mehaffey. sentenced In New Mex- --.-_.- arrival will be a signal for local leaders to come out nth i 11I'',

Because of the much denser pop- the sun rays to reach the child 1 they could assist growers in the I ico for forgery was named by RACK NARROWS DOWN j federal Injunction to restrain police activities Is <>xp< >'< t I ; P'
ulation and consequent greater bank detectives as one of two men titloned
'skin. To be satisfactory this out- re-establishment of this once highly '
amount of carelessness the number JASPER.-The race for speaker ,
j' tit must be cut to fit the child and Important Industry in Florida who got $4,100 from the accountsof
of accidents In the cities is of the 1939 Florida house of !
State Senator William C. representatives -
i ,
to allow freedom without slipping were emphasized by glnners buyers The Italian air fore, p," orlll.
much larger than that In the rural and sliding from the shoulders.The i I, mill operators, and agricultUral Hodges In two Tallahassee banks appears to have narrowed : TRANSITIONThey to be increased 55 pon--m ,Mara?
If comparison were
several months Florida offi-
material must be comfort- workers in a meeting here ago. down to a three-man con the next four years
basis however,
a population cials asked that he be held for
we are not sure that the percentage able, soft and pliable, and durable June 29.Ginners, prosecution here after charges test. }o'. Bamberg Harrell, of Jasper -

of accidents in cities wouldbe enough to be laundered frequently from most of Florida's there are cleared The pair who announced his withdrawal last are building tourist cabins by t_
Cotton Is the most 18 gins and from several gins in up.
much than the the Suwannee river shore
so very larger forged Senator Hodges' name obtained week. He said private business ; ftc
ular fabric for children's summer Georgia agreed to process the 1938 WHAT
of farm accidents.
percentage access to his blank checks would prevent his seeking the I There are Dine and Dance Casinos -
garments. Gingham, chambray, crop as clean as possible, put sixties
Accidents don't just happen and// and records by a ruse. While one house leadership. Leroy Collins, / where it swerves;
broadcloth, percale and seersuckerare on each bale, and use short
because of the suffering and was cashing the checks, the other of Tallahassee O. Pierce Wood, of SURPRISEMrs.
!good choices for the pantiesand staple bagging provided by the Mr.Stephen Collins Foster wouldn t
erty loss that they cause, it behooves stayed in Senator Hodges' office Bristol, and Robert F. Slkes, of
the part of the outfit. Agricultural Adjustment Admin- I
everyone to do all he can upper and answered calls of Inquiry from Ciestvlew, apparently were the know It any more, S Lasorht
Use a firm durable cotton net or istration. For those tt
to avoid and prevent them. Many the banks. The Senator candidates. I Old Folks are outs e
of I was away. only remaining ..... V' .. ..
f armers h ave au to mo bllee and marquisette for the upper part BuerS, indicated the Y would r-nAU J s p _- ._g on its curves, ...": the sunsuit. higher prices/ for better grades of
trucks and other vehicles and they
have to travel heavily-used roads Select a soft, gay color becomingto Sea Island and buy on gross : Guarding Against "Scorched .1' Up and down the Old Plantationruns in, no tint finer city cooking than Mrs equipment ran.

end streets, thus running the pos the child and easily seen by weight this year, thus providingan Earth"I a highway smooth and yeti new Pyrofax-Magn their

sibility of accident. Perhaps they the motorIst. If prints are used, Incentive for production of high I gray; Kangc! How proud ,h, II bt 'a

have heard these admonitions small flowing patterns are the quality cotton. : / Lager parlors flourish In its ev- show it to her sister nv\i WCVH
; "
many times before, but they bear most attractive The color should The Importance of clean ginning I ery bower. If you live beondiliricj< i s

repeating;: Be sure your vehicleis bo guaranteed to be fast to sun -avoiding nails, buckles, and oth- '. \. |i Ah, no longer is the dear old Su- )ou, too can enjoy t' '? t"ii\ ,

and washing, and the fabric shouldbe mill I wannee far, far -city Asia Just look it ,il h.Pyrofax ,
In good shape before you go on er debris that might damage 0>" '. away
t'4: ,.,,:, .
the road Check the tires, brakes/ shrink proof. A plain smooth machinery or cause fires--was ;,:, til < .*", I For they get there now at 60 -Magic Chef R i .
in awing.out I liHow
lights and other parts Drive on I| weave wears longest. Sleazy and stressed by mill operators from i' d' miles an hour separate <

the right side of the road at a I; heavily sized fabrics often shrink North Carolina who attended the

moderate rate of speed (even drive : and become limp after laundering meeting. V I Nary a Bee and not a Banjo can

slightly off the road If it's neces- Here are some suggestions on VV E. Stokes, State Experiment -- be heard above the roar

sary to avoid collision with a making serviceable, comfortable Station agronomist, emphasizedthe I Of the blatant music-box that W brr pr

'road hog' (I. Drive at a moderate garments. Hems for dresses and necessity for maintaining a 'Is'a shrieks out swing;
blouses Wide hems r no ..,'. And the radio is
speed because it Is much easier are Important. good supply of pure seed for the 3 -k I raucous on Its

to control a car when one does are best. In making a small frock 1939 crop. J. Lee Smith and H every bending ahoreI -

this instead of driving a mile a plan for the future and put in a G Clayton, district agents with ffW"I I Mr. Foster wouldn't know the

minute! or faster. Dim your l lights 6- or 8-inch hem so the dress can the State Agricultural Extension I dear old thing. N t

without waning ror me OlDer fellow be let down easily when Service, attended the meeting and !I xa, +, ex. M kt I

to dim his. Courtesy in driv- In making the hem use necellsarY'1 participated in the dIscussions 1 Brothers play no more togetherone -- att

ing requires little or no extra effort ing machine to stitch II I sell beer and one sells ,Jr .yru Y s ,.

and It may mean the difference fold one-eighth of an inch from the BARBARA LOOKS BACK !Srs-SSSl?> :- 5, **f gas-
then turn the hem to the I 'i Pa and Ma remain
edge out
between accident and safety. up The plight of Babara Hutton vM S55t >Sr --, I dancing to prepare

Then there are accidents/ the proper length and slip-stitch it In- the "poor little rich girl," who tlP...."raiMV:"";, :. 'W-ii -' ." _......,-..... ......_""'v...... t.O< '..... ""; 'J."if,1Ir.r..i1lI until day;

farm Rickety steps and stairs, to place Later, when it Is necessary gave up her American citizenship I But they make an eking living out Broiled Steak (I1 Ritz

broken or rotten floors, using a lengthening the hem will and went flying away with her I SUCROW, China -- It being the policy of Chinese to leave noth- of those who chance to pass, .
I Pfire rank In file Pyrofiix Magi i
box instead of a ladder, unsafe be simple enough.On foreign husband, is important to ing behind that might be useful to the Invaders Japanese troops take Coupled on to what they get tlmokuhar.irea.des br"le'

stoves heaters, and flues, carelessness small boys' clothes hems are her alone, but of Interest to everybody precautions against this field of wheat being destroyed. A sentry is (i from AAA. .no,,own wick ithote.to Contend Na din",..h no, jot nun the

/ with poisons and medicines. also to be considered. A wide I shown standing guard over Chinese peasants as they harvest the wheat I II hot clean Pyroftix flume, Nut mfrymjl

Carelessness/ handling bulls and hem on a blouse allows for adJust- I near Suchow. Retreating Chinese apparently overlooked this field in I, Moss that used to hank so lovely a pan,saute tome nrcsrneoaprnot 1
nf the ,
Now with her marital Cie come upndtliiiH
other livestock that may be dan- ing buttons when necessary Tokeep I their "scorched earth" activities. I from its bearded live oak to it a linle sugar JiidIdhlL'Spnunful ,
tumbling about her head, she ,
l of butterilil th""
and carelessness with farm buttons from pulling out use trees
wants to get back her American to the itpricali. and look all "too i n
machinery are some of the most twilled tape a.i a reinforcement Now reposes In a mattress at until the syrup IB funk j'"", ,
common causes of accidents on the Use tape one-fourth Inch wide citizenship. The ills she soughtto GUM BRANCH HIGHLAND the store; mar and j pltlie, fruit on your.t t ,,,n1'
her 1 hart Broiled Stenk a In It u n
farm. stitch one edge of tape to hem escape by renouncing coun- Annie date Harnngc!: Cor Mr; :M. f:. Crews CorrrtipondpntMiss They've commercialized the Su it t a feast for the Gods'If
try were best known to her, and
By exercising precaution and edge then turn up hem so that wannee and Its Banjos and
of her business.
course own
care repairing broken or worn tape 1 is. right under spot where I Miss Elizabeth Harnage returned Iris Norman has returned its Bees-
parts of the house or equipment, buttons that support' the trousers That she found regret and sorrow to her home In Umatllla recently -: to MimH, after several weeks spent Stephen Foster wouldn't know itl jon live beyond! the Kdon't >' '.
at the end of the trail, and go another d.i\ ? i" !
with relatives here more!
and being careful generally the will be sewed on. after spending the first i any ,
Gas Servm. l'\ \
farmer avoid and l ills of a worse sort than had pur- part of last week here with her F. M McCormick, or -VERNON L. SMITH I Pyrofax \ '
can precent accidents Ptippoitli.g buttons on boys' Tampa, equipment i.i "urnishti! to > "
Theue thing may requirea .:ults will stay on longer if made sued her here, is an old, old penalty father, J. A. Harnage, and family.Mr waN a recent guest of his grandfather I In Palm Beach Times. no charge.; You pay orals r

Maybe It is better to endure and Mrs. W. R. Conner, of F. M Crews. -*___ 'a tcieit ,,uui, >
!little mote time or a little more firm by a baby button fastened directly t you .
the Ills we have than to fly to Double Run, were dinner A FRIEND'S!' TRIBUTE installing charge of tb() -. i
effort but they are worth It. Justa underneath on the inside of guestsof Mrs. El: 'fie Carter and Miss Jewel I'
little bit of carelessness can the garment. When sewing themon others that we know not of. Mr. and Mrs. F S. Sapp, Fri- Carter were shopping in:Jack- II' To the Memory of G. \V. Alderman itself costs only ;Tto.limits ,,,

The ills of Injustice and Inequality day of last week. You can get a brand n" >
cause .i great deal of suffering and put your needle straight sonvllle one day lust week. i ,
of bitterness and violence, Poor tired heart, hast thou found Pyrofax-AI.igic Chef Ran
property loss. I through the large to the small A. J. Yarbrough and J. A. Harnape Leon
Caller, of the Blask Creek rest its automatic oven hum co''
from which Is suffering,
Europe I
---- were business visitors to
-- section I smokeless broiler etc.. fn ,
spent several days last |
In that
I are more serious by tar Jacksonville last week. fair land so wondrous
week with Junior Carter. | down payment en" u
FUNERAL DIRECTOR For all its faults and misdirec I blest; fti
Rudolph Chism Don't deny yourself |oin' >
spent Saturday 'i
Miss Ethel nicks. Beth'Wimberly Or .,
Miss do kind
you yearn deeds to do of thousands of vh.gutiratileeJ
My l\I"v, Tears tJiItt'rlt"lIl'elnliE'lilt: : Possible for :Me to RenderEFI'It tions, America offers more hope I night In Boutdraln with his mother wom.n
I and C. M Griffis were In this old world now missing ? Pyrofax Gas yen"
and better future to its
SENT, MHMirT: mid riit'KTEOUi! SERVICE a people Mrs. Noon Bradley. you
;MODERATE .'ltlEJOnERJ than they could expect to find recent visitors to Starke. I Those folded hands, their task well
Mr and Mrs. E E. Yarbrough,
:\ : CHAPEL elsewhere. Such of our ills as we Mrs. H C. Wimberly, Sr., returned done;
AT YOUR of Woodlawn, were dinner guests
now endure will be more easily from Nichols, Saturday Life's battles fought-the victory PY RO FAX
CONVENIENCE; WITH NO: CHARGE remedied than escaped by flight. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ker- where she has been visiting her won-

and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- ......
sey .AD.
DeWITT C. JONES Atlanta Georgian. son H. Wimberly, Jr. I We'll miss your quiet smile, your

1 tnrlif', Florida brough. Mrs. Effie Carter and children gentle ways, GAS SERVICE
Un" 1,11. S I Mr and bars J. S. Sapp and The friendly word
Mulit that
"h. 1.13:
SPELLING LESSON were visitors cheeredour Id
I to Orange Park, Mon- COOKS. .HUH WATER WAKIS
little ,
-'---'- ------ --- daughter Selma, spent Mon
A group enjoying a beach picnic days. ,IN HOMII IIYOND THI GAS MAINS
:i-- :; half- day as the guest of her brother- day.Mr. But all at once, Heaven grows
here last week spent a
in-law and sister at Lake Geneva and Mrs. James Cox, of more fair. C See

hour in an old-fashioned spelling Charney Yarbrough and W. R. Hawthorn visited here Saturday.Mr. old D.\\'IS.
Because friend, Ql'IGLEYenler S
BOTTLE UNIFORM lesson, much to their amusement you now are
EVERY and Mrs .
Dixon, of Woodlawn, were visit Wood and there! EIrctro-Acou Lab-,
1) for
and entertainment.
Sidney Wood, of West Palm
ing Rudolph Chism, Monday ,
-L. S. A. Wllllnton, "'I...
.UNTOUCHED UNTIL "professor" himself had to refer the week-end
spent here with
,. J. F. Shaw, of the State Farm, Mrs.
to one of the class members to H. C. Wimberly and
be certain his was a business visitor to this sec-
pupils were recitingcorrectly.
YOU DRINK IT tion Monday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Nelson Green and children,

.. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and lit- W. M. Wimberly, and Miss Freddy

If you want some run in spell- tle son, Bobby, of Sampson City, Wimberly, of Starke, visited relatives HAVE YOU ENTERED ? I
Ing, read the following sentenceto here
I spent the week-end here as the
a friend and ask him to writeIt Miss Kathleen Haruee returned
guests of his parents, Mr. and
I down From 100, which is a Mrs. J, S Sapp. Saturday after a two months vIsit S ENTER; NOW Each week until

perfect score, deduct ten for each Little Clyde Yarbrough, of this at Hawthorn with her mother hi September 1, ROYAL CROWN
I misspelled word: section spent Sunday night with Mrs. James Cox, is giving absolutely free $2,000. *

Outside a cemetery sat a harassed his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. Miss Pattie Wimberly, of Nichols -': I first prize of $1,000 ; 10 second prize

cobbler and an, embarrassed E. Yarbrough of Woodlawn la here on a visit with her I of $50 each ; and 50 third prizes- lit)

I oculist picnicking on a desiccated Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarboughand grandmother Mrs H. C. Wimberly. I \ $10 each. Send in as many entries! a"

! I apple, and gazing at the symme- sons Clyde and Aaron, spent f-. ;you wish for each week's contest. ro

. try of a lady's ankle with unparalleled the Fourth in Jacksonville, as the R. L Rudolph, Harold and Alvin enter the contest simply complete fhi

I ecstasy -..Tltusville Star-Ad- guests of her mother, Mrs S. C Crews, of Starke were visitors' t ."
I i sentence with 25;:) words or less :
vocate. here Sunday afternoon.
Miller. like ROYAL CROWN Cola best because
U) Mrs. Cilia Futch and daughter.I!
Mrs. Louise Denmark, of Jack- with
Mail statement
button with the fabric between. sonville spent Fourth of July holidays Grace of Plant City, visited Mrs. i' I your ROYAL

Sometimes buttons are sewed so here with Mr. and Mrs, J. J. W. Grlffis here Saturday and I CDLA one metal crown from a
Sunday.Mr. CROWN Cola bottle, or a facsimile
close to the garment that no roomIs Sapp.
left under the button for the Mr. and Mrs. T. N Norman and Mrs Albert Norman 4r? to ROYAL CROWN Cola, Columbus,

material that Is to be buttoned on. were visiting her parents. Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor- Georgia. For more details, ask your

Two common pins, placed across Mrs. H. M. McRae, Monday afternoon man were In Starke Saturday softdrink dealer for a contest folder

S Automatic machines fill ...rl11 the top of the button during the Entries are not acknowledged. To
FAMILY PACKAGE eel hordes and sash them airtight. sewlng-on process, will providethis Eldon Sapp was a business vis- rock, spent the week-end here with 'o 0 insure absolutely impartial judges.

space. Sew In and out, pass- itor to Miami lust week. Rudolph Chism. I t ROYAL CROWN has employed an

Netting you sat or drink Is more ing thread over pins. After mak- Mr. and ,Mrs. W. R. Kersey at- Little Earl McRae, of Jackson-J outside company to select the winners

cuofull?protected.Boy CocaColaIn ing thread secure on the under tended church at Pleasant Grove ville Is spending a while here with (Reuben II. Donnelley Corp i.

the convenient 6-boz from your side of the garment, remove pins, over the week-end. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. All winners are notified by mail and

pull button up, and wind thread J. A Harnage and W H. Car T. N Norman. the eleven week's
i.: top winners in each
m L A
dealer around underneath button. ter were business visitors to Jacksonville Miss Melba Clemons, of Jack-
_,.,.,,., ,"e_, contest are announced on the ROYAL
Buttonholes as well as buttons over the week-end. sonville the week-end
I COCA-COLA IS IVMY PLACI ItIf' spent here CROWN REVUE broadcast every
r ICIXOLO must be considered Plackets often Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and with her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. ,
/ IT iitONO'.IN YOUR IICI-ROX At HOMi gap because buttonholes slide or daughters!: Helen and Dorothy, C. demons. Friday night over the NBC
; are placed incorrectly. To pre- were dinner guests Sunday of her Mrs. Audrey Newmans, of Jack-

Coca Cola Bottling Co. vent this, place top button at upper parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- sonville, spent the wek-end here ROYAL CROWN COLA

I end of buttonhole and second Rae, of Pine Level. with her brother-in-law and sister -

PHONF.': 1 STARKE. FLA. button at lower end. Vanlce and R. C. Keen, of Sham- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.

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'8. 1933
RID.,4\, JrL\ Hlt.\UI"ClltU ('U(; T" TELEGRAPH, TARKE. FWRW.
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I I ", 'kIII th'-: time You need some why he should not take some of you know what you are saying I"'m.
"1 ixa'ior.' .. ""' '
JONES I his papers along if necessary and I
50B ..\ 011 al',' speaking vie words I work on them at the lake "I know" he said grimly "Be- Mr*. II. M. :Mrltne, Correspondent I

Here ".01',' mil, .,' he answered "And thatI "And now. folks no more words I cause you seem unusually slow In -----
Comment ; I :u.i! whit I'm gong to have this from you, please," said Cynthia snipping things tonight III put It | The Revival meeting closed last

And Hereafter I i 1 ",* i ling. I'll tell you you keep on gully "Didn't I accept ? Did you In other words. I've spent my last : Friday night at Pine Level and

r. that charming whatever-It-Is and ever know me to break an engagemeit night in this house. I'm going now. Elder and Mrs Hall and Elder S.

; )14id/w.w a% 4fo4 4yqil ,. t I'll get Into my lounging puj-tuaa :|i ? Don't mind Steve-he gets And I 11 m never coming back." J. Akcrs /and daughter, and Miss

RCCeOtIY i had as guests for a \\ LUCY 14UFFAKEIC and ," i this way when he Is tired; loses With the sure instinct of a craf- I Irene Herbert, of Green Cove

It Mr and Mrl SaloffAltak.tk "Why, Steve darting have I I I his sense of values or whatever ty woman, she used the one hold I Springs, all left early Saturday

I-These people are native Ruaf Based on a tory by MARGARET CULKIN BANNING not you i you want to call It. You just leave she had on him. morning for Waterloo Church at
forgotten have
you, that we're I I ,
They are lovely ChriatlaniLe CHAPTER ONE cept i dining with the Mortons tonight." I it to me I can bring him around. I "What about Ellen ?" she asked. Tifton. Ga.
0" your practice Look into
miraculously' delivered Stephen Holland your I I I'll phbne tomorrow Mrs. Morton "She Is child and The children and
| mine
Twer/ was riding up I heart and mind, Stevle. and tell He took his hand from her shoulder ,' your grandchildrenwho
rim death at the hands of the In the elevator before It came to me If I am right or ?" abruptly."I I' and we can make all arrangements nothing can alter that. spent last week at the bed

I Wden in Russia. They feel him that It was strange he had He felt he wrong then" "Leave Ellen out of thin," he side of J. E. Norman, who Is recovering -

r I it is their Christian duty to asked Dora to com to his office. I man did, not should allow be angry; a I have not forgotten" he said" Stephen said no more. It was said firmly. "That question will be from pneumonia, were:
crisply "because
America against Commun- What had he to ask her, what had, the anyone even I i *I never knew It. useless and It was also humiliating. settled later.' Right now I want to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman and
.m woman who had cared for him "But I told
she said
When the Communistic move- she to answer which could not all his life, you firmly, Nor did he speak as he drove home get out of here before I break children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Normanand
to I
such "all of week
say things of a
I t firm tow In Ru8Sl theiigeliCal have been said at home ? An uncomfortable his wife He ago. at reckless speed. down and apologize. I've' done baby, Robert Norman, Miss
ent was "You
not told
I Christians thought even angry. He I me we were Invited, "I'm going right to bed," Bald that BO often it has become a Rosemary Norman and Miss LeUla
humiliating was stunned. But his coda held. he said. "And I told would
Lv would enjoy religious liberty. I thought was edging Into his con lie must defend his wife not to their house\ you I Cynthia, as they entered their living J' habit You are a clever woman, Pearl Moore, all of Waverly, Mr.
1 of religious liberty, Chris- sciousness. He forceJ It back. It go tonight or room, "Coming1 Cynthia I always knew that and Mrs. Albert Norman and Mrs.
stead' the thousU "You are mad quite mad" he I any other night. I can t stand the I Ed
murdered by was too Driggers and children, all of
pl'eposp rous that he
Were and said.
JTh "You are so devoted to me MOI.tona--qu"ite aside from the fact
religious liberty was des- Dora could not Llthla; Mr. and MI's. S. E. Nor-
and freely before that you do not see things In their that he Is a crook" I I
:Mrs Astakhofflowed man and children, of Gainesville
Mr and his wife. ;
ed. Resolutely he told himself true _
You "He's
perspective don't
understand of the most
one powerfulmen
Russian and Mrs. T. D. Proctor
of the that he had of Lake
pictures overworked on wife at all. In '
He the
my pauseda utate- I
who has I Butler also
The writer (this case that his a sister Mrs. FloriaI
rsecutlon nerves were moment and, then said softly: "VMhlch. doesn't *ecp him from
and who knows Wills, of Starke; Mrs Laura Jack
Busdia ,
r.te() cutting strange capers; that his "I'm more than I being
sorry can / yellow all the through""You
say way _
Cetblng (rom personal experl- son James Norman, of Jack
was putting up emo- that we should
pint like this. mlghtn t detent him so If I sonvllle.
1 of the conditions existing un- tl.inul hurdles In his life. I I'
Ce Goodby Dorn-and thank you foreverything he threw thu Thompson bank-
I. the Soviet Regime wishes to What he had feared all day Dora .. Miss Marylyn Hull of Greet
'r through all these ruptcy case In your lap perhaps '
|arl ,,1Ui, leaders of the danger I would any. he did not know. When yea re." "I wouldn't touch It -or any- 3 Cove Springs spent lust week here

1 threatens' our own land. st last they were alone In his office She I with friends.
si rose and walked to the: thing else he i Is connected with
I nothing could hnve been more doc-r. Then she turned. lie may be a big shot now- he's Card of Thunka

Tn ml\ t tiling! that stands be- stuttering that what she was sayIng "I pray with all my heart that I been a clever dodger so far. but We wish to extend our thanks to

idnmc, < ,<'a and communism Is I For she wan obviously telling I'm wrong. Stevie." I I "There's no time to go Into thai our many friends who were so

Will'"d ,.:' God Communism II He. That Dora should ever lie I j I She went out quickly without 'I Steve" she interrupted. "You have kind to us during the recent Illness

,,'nnot ..imtroi this government to anyone would have seemed unbellevmble. looking back | barely time to dress now.' In our home.
authorlatlve But to him--.! He Mr. and MI'S. J. K Norman
m' respf't for region was Kind when he had seen } "I'm not Rolng" hi- Rain "Phone

He* All ministers In pul- "Please don't, Dora." he said. "I hla last caller dictated his last let-1 I Irm' and say-I don t cure, what you and family

ls mil all school teachers In have n right to the truth and I Yet he dreaded! going home.' say, except that I'm not coming --.-- ---

hoc ,looms who are raising ques- know, as well us you that your What Dora had said wus abxurd.j Cynthia put her arms around his NOTK'K'

on muiks In the minds of the leaving us Is not at :Mrs. Holland's he told himself lie knew she was I I neck. Her voice was soft and J .li&_ I Notice i Is hereby given to whom

,uti, iboul the authority of the suggestion or wish. unjust to CynthU, he assured him pleading as she spoke. "Sorry, again," bt sad' I lit may concern that I have filed

bit an paving the way for Comimism Dora did not look at him as she self. He would! go home and prove I "You know I can't do that at I firmly "but it is impos- 'I my Final Report as Administrator

The Ten Commandments i moistened her lips and spoke. It, once and for all, to his own this hour' she said. "I'm sorry. of Estate of F A. Andrews\ dec'd

ght 'Thou shalt not steal." i/ was hurt there was something like On the sidewalk outside the office deeply DUI we've got to goso -______u_ '__._, to Hon. E. K. Perryman. County

1,s means that a man has a |I anger In his voice as he interrupted building, a street vendor was i be good for my sake, and hurry 1--- Judge I for approval account and

hi 1 ic, <)wn property and no man j ji her."This. winding up little mechanical men He knew he should refusewhat "No. Now I know you are unscrupulous I Final Discharge. us such administrator -

(, I right to take It away from I| lie is even wilder," he and sending them marching along I was It Dora had mild ?-but he "You'd best what wa the use I also II ID a bud combination. It This July lat 1D38G .

in ''Thou shall not covet thy !IIghbor' said.: "I've known you for thirty- the cuib. Stephen bent down and coul
-! ox or his ass-." This I] three years-you've told me every- picked one up. flicking a dime to I! "All right, this once, to save I eaily. If you aren't going to get thank God there U some manhood I 7-8-41-7-29-.
I thing about life before I the He had face I :Home of the rest you need" left In me It IK almost umliaclf Ii
,an'hat "> man has no right your miin. never done sucha your he snld "But never
)i steal' ii' ,lilt! no right even to I knew you--I've heard all about thing before but for Home reason I again. IH, that plain or shall spell I He did not answer. She shruggedher But there Is." I

net it The, appeal of the Bible j your family-and now you tell me he felt he must buy that toy. it out" shoulders. I Cynthia wan. IIH he ..aid. clever.

;.s iiwnyt- been to the Individual. | you have a sister In California and When he reached his home. the She kissed him lightly and ran "Well, if you want to sit here She know that for the moment she '.:\.IOY % I'lKINC5SLKY (" \' ,\1'

Tin ippi-al of communism and i you are going to her. I-" maid told him Mrs. Holland was Into the dressing room.CHAPTEU and sulk. It's all right by me. I I could do nothing Later, perhaps '; 1JEACHWtrlrkl

/'si 'it out modernistic move- I She was looking at him now and taking a shower so he went dl- like you better when you are pleas This mood of his would not last.
when he her .. I TWOIn ant. "Goodnlsht Sieve," nlie 11,1.., I I'ur.prIy .n cientK is to the masses. We talk : saw eyes filling with ertly to the nursery He wound 1
team, he stopped 1 the the I his anger, he had forgottenthat I .. talk If "I'll send for tomor- -- .. ....
bout .'onverting people "en I toy. gently opened door a "I low dii i'e ynii to me ai my things -- .:':'"
-u SSI We speak about applyg I "Did I ever lie to you Stevle "crack, dropped to one of his knees he had promlsi-d to read Ellen j I I were some half." It?" row, he an Id. I .-/ ,i' ; ,: 14:

'/; 'he ,-thtcal teuchlngs of Jesus she said In her emotion using the I ,i ml scnl the little man scurryingInto a story He caught his breath I "I'm, simply trying to find out She hoard the door clone. after I iv' AiM4:1:
she :
human society Jesus said, "Ify name she hid called him when he the room Ellen sitting at a us clime running Into the room what's with ?" nlm as he left the house
wrong you
I'I'J _-,--ft-- He had never broken his word to '
: man will come after me. Heid He looked at her In a he ; :.
her before He picked her up In hIs way Next Chapter: Stephen goesto Lfl
not) ny "If" any nation will inns and held her tight, while he' hal never looked before, before he Washington on the most : ? lJ ti
omt ittci. me or "If any group I IIU When, he did speak It wits ..
explained: that he mother had important case of his life and !)
come He said, "Except aJ| InI, low, controlled voice, more
made an engagement which he had uttemlH' a putty which proves
nin be born again." All of these terrible tlun evidence of anger g@Wt"wn..u
forgotten and he had barely timeto any important BHO.
rnss movements that are antagonistic dress. could have been. I -- .._ --.----

to Individual development "Oh," said Ellen, !but there was "You want to know wh'lt'swl'ong The hedgehog does not genei'allyemerge liOlTlU'

re' not from God. Human nature g 'mcnes'i. as well as disappointment with me, Cynthia ? You. I from Its retreat during 't"lIt'u .. ,,,t..uI .

Is joel the same as It has always | __ ;, ;pt In her voice, "do you think. You and nothing else. daylight "UOIIII Iul,, "' i.te:
been In tin old days we kept the I
Daddy we can rend tomorrow I must that's .
"Well nay a pre.tIy -'
lid on ihe garbage can because -.j "\ NICE PLAC'K)
night ? thing to say Lake Mead nt Boulder l dam Is

These Knew what human nature was. "It'-i a lead pipe cinch we "I'm not trying to be pretty o" the Inrgettt miin-made body of Water I KOll NICK) I'KOI'LE"
nmclern that
movements ill
| darling he said. polite or anything else but truthful In the wot Id.
Ky human nature takes the lid rw w. "I wonder what thnt means WIII'j ." I I -
,off 01 !li garbage can of human __ ''ead cinch." she ,
pipe sii "If you're referring to the Mor
Ifpravitv; "ExpreBS yourself.llv "There's no need for you to tons WHY LOSK WHEN: YOU CAN GI TBARRY'S ,

your own life.: These aie I :\no' deur It a bad English" I I "It Isn't the Mortons, Cynthia .

modern slogans If human nature "nut Daddy, don't you think I'm Not altogether, that Is. What happened KILLER{
Jniestuilned SCREW\ WORM
and unregenerated'eipiessea
getting ..Ill'nough, to use bad English : -I tonight has just made me
Itself It means the de- "
too ? |I' see everything as It Is. Oh I've

>.traciion of civilization and the 7.7IJirijay; 07 rtL I IJ He smiled as she ran back to j I seen things before, but I tried \NU

\eiihn.w" of established govern-I the nuniery Whatever else mightbe I I, not to. I even lied to myself. I

n-nt throughout the world. Great f'i Christmas or something, J I, wrong with his life and his Just woulJn t believe thut you- FLY REPELLENT
!anger: threatens the entire world. I IXt ?" she asked ,
Daddy home he had Ellen. the girl I hud loved could be
mUM! -Hhei" get back to God I His "IIKAUNG TO Till] WOUND"
breeding had demands
what I know
II many are.
I 1 J; : j... you I
i II't il'<'"or appeal we shall to the have Individa a- ]I W III..J........ .'.. :s'.... ':0'" -'c *<.. ,J _-' ,-"_:_.=.. meant It when he told Cynthiathat : isn't It, dear? Accusing Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded.
blool( ommunistlc revolution inAne was u child. "You know I neveiJld. I '!'ittlo. table living her supper ,
I he detested Morton and knew of heaven knows
only other
me You do not need t lo t uTar or Preparations as
: thI| possibly in the whole And dl.In't I teach you to bttruthful I hi it-let-I I with delight A woman thnt despite hlH present prominence what Just because I made a pleas a dressing after treating.
TOM I the old rule by riding! over the t 'ble turned !i ,
Ii siys he was a crook at heart, j ant date ? You certainly are los
i jjiacllce as well as precept ? Eo I 'Hiilokly She ihricknl. too. but It 'and that from this night on, he I ing ull cease of values, Steve, We Guarantee! thin Preparation to kill SCREW

!It' 1 have, lied to you now won'tI I *>IIH nni with delight. .11 the top| ,would have not h Ing to do with him I| when you can say such things to WORMS if used! according to directions
BUS SCIIEDf you believe I had to ? And won'l ':.it, net ankle i socially. lIe hud always refu.icd' me. I should t-.,,sc'nt It, but I will Sold at Drill, Feed nnd Seed and General; Stores!

:;ou pie.I"!.' Just let mi gu ?" .'r''in HO soriy.' said Ctephen. j j'I'm 'j<0 hivo uny bu lnc-sn dealings with not quarrel. I know that you are Put
Southbound Up fly -
"I will not hj answered firmly Mr. Holland." !I !him. tired out and |,

(0 Art) Due Stacks 11:43: p.mo much In some \1amOle to iiweivrt, in a tone which suggested announcing: on their arrival that "You have done as you liked for SUWANEE\ DRUG COMPANY

203- Dle: Starke 12:15: p.mu me than my mother nnd now you It was altogether wrong. "I'm the I Stephen man-hke left all soclai; i HO long mucle me do on you liked -

.!Ol.) Due tul'ke 10:20: am suggest walking out as If you new nurse Mips Van Home." I affairs In her keeping and had that you think this state of NKWHKUUY; : FLORIDA

Not were ,some, nurse we hid got I mistaken the night for the dinner affairs will go on forever. It
thhound and
j Ellen had left the table! I o
*(0 I ihronpth an agency. What Is the i and ho had u brief on which he won't I am looking at you, at our -
1:02: - -
Due Surke 1 CO I tunned, to him"It's I
i : p.mo matter with you I don t know. But I must work several liours before life, without blinkers now." I
\ m Due Starke 4:15: : p.m.G home and have /I fr methe cunning little I must be asked "
>( you are going i morning, they to | \Mhat have you had Steve u
200- Due Starke 9:15: p.m. taUt with Mrs.! Holland, put Ellen man. I Isn't It DUIlly? Is It my 1 be excused early- She wus! trying I: vision? I

|i o 208. Due Starke 3:00: am. to bed and forget all this nonsense. biithrtav or Christmas of something i t to m.i'tt amepd.i'! How ridiculous "Just that A vision of my fu- ; For Expert Repairing
'0 214. '
.Due Starke 9:20: a.m. If you have some crazy Idea that ? I IMill. Don had been to nay she wag tUreI, complucent jackass, whoso

*otarke bus Agent: BeasleY"1 i iruce Holland doesn't like you get "' "It's beciuse I love you." he J
:station, tt out of your head." I ,".lie!. "Thut'H the best reason there ,itlon for hit feelings made him uies, even his work. It may surprise I

oiueSUMMEfTc'OMFORT i U forgviuga! person anything. I i fool! I but I dont Qi-y'ii + h'C' r I.
"It Isn't that" she said In appear : vomeway,
"I ; you civi.-rci
*-..> -_. _ii -- .1.._- I* 1,,..! .. I
I slt'anll'way as If she wcre speak-. \n
IrK against her will, but could not 'tike me?" l leiving that Mrs. Morton said theyI I -. any more." 6 "" i 'i

\ \\\'\".,"' ''' j';': KS NVlllE', keep the words back. "It Is that I She looked It It carefully and I were going up the hike, for the "You're becoming mOI'e absurd

,.. l '///LAG'////: don't like her. I can t go on living I then told him eel lously It didn t W k-cnd and hoped they would go I with every word you say.' I Phone 120 I''

You all She said. it with them. The room seemed to "You are wrong. I have been !
rii In thf name house with her. look like him at
; H E ..... .'IOTEt. '?
... .. .... must believe me when I say It Is looked exactly: like Plnochlo whoRe ,i I i be reeling around Stephen ai Cyn- that and more. I am not now and I Wrecker Service Day or Night I '

2 better for all of us that I go quietly picture was In her story book. She thln. answered. I I will not be ever again. From

2Il O 1E no-" would get the book and show him. "Oh, we'd love It, wouldn't we this moment, I manage my own t ,

"I think Ellen had better finish Ftove ? Now I know what you are I! life and you keep out of It. Do -- --- i
J "What has she done to you
:: _t5'0. : ....".. Dora" he asked In a hard voice. I her supper" said the nurse j:I'going to Ray. work to do. Well I, you understand ?"
I say you have been doing nothinghut ,I "Not altogether I still don't
"' o.k his words. "I think I would rather talk tOj
clipping I II
I work for altogether too long I know what Imes are. And
; ci
; ,r ;:' :" .",I:' .... N D I Nothing to me. And If she did. my father" protested Ellen. j I I my
'};. jttlo..". i.. ,,: a time. A few days out-of-doors I don t see, exactlypardon me If I
i I
'.. -I '1,
> ... u I didn'tmean sweetheart
.. ;f '. "' I I could stand It perhaps. "Mian Van Home Is right,
', ''' !in is what I how It Is
: 13 congenial company just I am stupid possiblefor
'" r. ; "' ..' ,Ii, ;;' d'J": to ay this-I don't want to1 I ," said her father. "I mustn t '
I| need. to live together In this
.L 1 UH
I if.r you
'" ,, L It but I can t help It. You meals, and I II
:.ay now. I Interfere with your you j jmustn't I .
settled" boomed It U
M '' "Then, it's Morton I house fairly large though ::
I wanted the real reason- here It Is. be rude to Miss Van' ,
ONEUiN I "That's swell Just the four without my being a little bit In '
I There is no love In your house exHorne.. So what do you say, ix\
of us. you life. So, as I am more than
: g i'' Ii. H cept !between you and Ellen:: --and i iI when you are all ready for bed, I j I It was not until he heard Cyn- |j I I a little bored with your conversation t
have tiled not to see It, but In to and I'll read .'.
I see me
i iN iNffi} : -I -:fj'1.f1! I me. else Mrs. Holt coming thli asking what time they should : I'll nay good night and pleax- .;/:
J ;,
t II ij' "j' i can see nothing you a story | be ready to leave that the room ant dreams and go to bed, You, ,:
(;} and she can becharming. .
'r beautiful .
., ro! tnd Is "All right. Daddy' said Ellen began to behave as a room should of course may do as you like. I ;
( and j
II But she Is selfish "
: J r I Is bound to going back to the table. | and Stephen found his voice had wouldn't think of making any suggestions. : : :: ;
) hard. Even worse, she In from the dressIng "
i I Cynthia came not deserted him. .
JfA'JtjfJ. ; :: ule. She calls the tunes and you room just as he opened the I' "Sorry to throw II monkey- I She walked toward tho door. She

: ; j and Ellen must Jig to them. It's dor! to th'e bedroom. He thought wrench Into the plans" he said stopped short and turned to him I'I\\

: i gS'J I getting worse. You haven't a mind he had never seen her look more I, "but ItJIJ\ Impossible I'm playing at the commanding note In his \
of own any more, or If you did then In I
) ;. your beautiful than the just truant from work tonight. I just voice. :
I _-. have you hide It. That's one reason her fluffy nrgllgee. She run to him can't "Walt."

.I oiC'7! you overwork all the time. She and put up her face for a kiss. I II I "Now, darling' said Cynthia Ina "More? she liked, trying to be \ I

N ... hasn't Interfered with your for she work Is "Hard day: darling ?" she asked. ; cooing voice "you are going A.I.I 11 I !'Ironic, but there was fear In her 1\\JIt t \\ tODAY (

k..... mo of do........ to be a' I
..... Jac..UI.. Ev.ry I, ambitious and wants you kind for a while seen before. r
other never J
-111I e lab .... obo..,. .oft ......,. I But there fa. nothing have uny you pleane. i I
INoo ma.. I,.., ..... ...IIIt .......p,.*. st. great I lawyer. Oh I know I think. You know this Is a hard I II "Sorry, again; he mid, firmly "You should know that we are

wIu.end.. _110. .....p. JuuIal Ie. ,I else l she won't spoil. more case.' I II "but It Is Impossible not going on living together In

S'u', 50.. i I you don't quarrelany let her "I know, dear I know you love Of course 'ih> Mortona: said! t'1c'' .hli house, or any other |

%- poputA. PJUCEDrrAIL I I That because you always vour work but you mUBn'I overdo thing* ,>orle always .av 'inf'or :r She came tows J him quickly b
LOUNGE aM corn: :IP.C, have her way Why she's even got brilliant such. ch'cumotnncel t" did looh and nmv her voice was low and
o*.. ,. You be the it
I. "(1IMJ. ) H._ mother believing you'ien it. may
"Of, your own known In this Hied a''ft would! i-ork better aftera controlled
"TTI" .. one. of oung lawyer !
HOf. bit of a fool a little rest there was reusjul "Steve, have mad Do
1- ex- part of the country, but you can't: no < you gone ,
fool In
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished i TOO LATE FISCAL YEAR i

institutions continueto
These two
137; TO CLASSIFY Lucien Bui'mans fliat suc- GENERAL REVENUE FUND
render service, that Is
: one
cess was "Steamboat 'Round the HAS MILLON DOLLAR W$4Vr, XV'I '

and Entered Second Class. By II II!I!IE'.', KAYHrrr Bend" and now he writes an even unique In the ccrimunuy. since DEFICITTALLAIASSEEFlonide I
Published Weekly on Fridays as
*'...". Florid* P..... A..... more successful storjr of the Mississippi neither la an organization, but a
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida river entitled "Blow for a help to all Christian organizations : open

,_ .. _ h I Landing.'" It la a story of the In the town and community. A ed new State fiscal ledgers Friday
When I was a kid I used to sit all faiths and will use two kinds of Ink- 1 i'q
K. I.. Matthews", .. V ____ _________Editor and Owner Penny family. living on a shanty place where Christians of %
.. ,- bug-eyed for hours reading Jules until Mrs. Penny" 'determled to be- meet and worship and praise to red and black.- make the first

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Verne's "Twenty Thousand come respec.abl.and live on land.- gether. entries. i 4V

Leagues Under the Sea" and other Willow Joe ia .qlllte. a character The gathering at the Mission The red Ink will record a deficit f-# V V ,V

Yearly. $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance fantastic tales until I'd get so with his CiKRT-box: guitar and his this week overflowed It.. capacityso I of about $1,000,000 In the general

Advertising Rates on Application weird sounding octave of jugs. the service was moved over to : revenue fund which pays obligations -
I couldn't hold
groggy my eyeaopen. The Penny went back of Cabinet officers the
finally the T Tabernacle where Dr. A. M. ,
V Then In my sleep I'd see where the house could float and Grimes, Dean of the Florida Bible courts the colleges and similar departments. .

BUSINESS PLAYS "FOLLOW THE LEADER"The all manner of weird under-sea creatures the catfish were free. Institute Tampa was the speaker .

remarkable upturn in activity on the New York glurln' at me through and the Cavanaugh Sisters, a The black Ink will list a treasury ,
Stock Exchange during the two week-enda' described trio from the school, rendered balance of about 7500000. I ,
past -- Imaginary portholes. a lively murder mystery written the spirit which Imbued theL
beautiful soul stirring music. including grants and allocations
in an Associated Press dispatch as "one of the best weeks in The thought that the day would by Cortland Fltzslmmons. The There was quite a number from from the Federal for Americana during the Revolut"
market history"-.-came as an unlooked-for boon to businessand come when I would actually go I solution is not too easily reachedbut Tampa, and a splendid group from highways and old age assistance. when economic conditions left i
the In the outcome Is logical swift Jobless Archie
through same experience Flsche,
investors. Stocks advanced in value for six consecutive real life never entered head but I and .. -- my Institute has been holdln? a Bible _-.._..11..16._ ._.Il.... ". ..v.. mo"L.. ....,1.6.. B'L ni ,?? ,
days, with daily gains averaging one to live points. last week at "Marlneland" Floridti'S band leader murdered In the midst Conference July 1st, t'h'ughth dltora' V'V In y.the Treasury.v and in u a-the personal belongings on thl,-hon,
and most attraction I of a blues knife that made
newest by a
amazing song
To the business!' man confidence is the basis of profits, neither 4th and other nearby towns were Comptroller's Department have took t re, t
I enjoyed the thrill thatheretofore was thrown through the open road supporting, in-,
and the of profit is what makes Factories air held well represented. The following.1 made their final tabulations on flock
prospect prosperity.! -, I was certain could nor by any hand basket-making rn. i I'" ,
girls from the :Mission here at- business for the fiscal which I r
are re-opened or new ones built as soon' as operators never be anything but a dieam. I year aged three and fh, ,,
"THE DEVIL TO PAY" tended the Bible Conference as ended at midnight. Bills incurred I pn i en'
there is least chance of Thanks to the vision courage guests of the of the Mission tnjoy the Journey vin, ''I, ,,,w_
believe that at a fifty-fifty being This Is another new mystery by sponsors during the closing days of June about twelve 4
and enterprise of a of scientifically and I miles p", i ,"i
group Ellery! Queen This Is of rendered a service thereIn not be received here for .'
able to sell more merchandise; at a profit in the near future. minded Florida story an may several -
young men, special music: GeialJlne Silcox,
exotic moVvlo !actress; and her days. The June month-end
The return of confidence usually: begins to manifest itselfin today has the world most scented Chimpanzee All mystery Florence and Ellen('! :Morcereau, and I, payioil bout $315,000, went to Bus Drivers Examinee

the stock market. People are willing to pay more for unique and Interesting aquarium. fans will enjoy this novel. Geoigla Gllpln.. Other girls at- employes on time. This came from Supt. A. .1. Gi ,
But don't let the word V .
storks and bonds of corporations once they feel assured that deceive you for it "ucquarlum" falls far I "ANIMAL TREASURE"By I Ruby tending Silcox.were Misses Doris and I the general revenue fund, and lefta blanks to be un. ., Oltc ell

earnings and dividends are likely to increaie. For this reason shoRt of describing "Marineland" Ivan T. Sanderson has Its minor sum on hand. Operatingbills school bus drlv"I'J i > ,

the Mood from the stock market i is doubly significantand or "Marine Studios.' I sating in West Africa You will TulxTnuole Hginat this fund' have not to a new regui'itu: .."n, ,II', V | ,?'
/ news The Tabernacle service the lust been paid since :March 31, and they strict physical o 'i
'II !
If can Imagine sizeable leuin many interesting facts about ] 'let) fr
you a
holds' interest for businessmen and farmers as remote I wild animals two weeks have been a treat for now total about 1000000. being given a perm.' : ,"',
and also be well en- t t.
hunk of nice fresh ocean IncludIng hungry souls. The Gainesville Comptroller J. M. Lee said he State. The bill ,
from Wall Street as we in Bradford County. tertained. This book has beenloaned I nit.- -" V 6a,](
depth breadth and thickness. Singers delighted and filled a could make no promises on the to I the rivers frin
V What caused the upturn, in the face of increasingly to us through the courtesy large audience time I office (Ii l.:|
and populated by all manner of ot Miss Gertrude A. I leer Ing. As with their Gospel when general revenue fund ''lIte..rIFlvto
to the outlook for business ? music then Dr. Watson, collections will be sufficient to
gloomy predictions as summer !' animal vegetable and mineral life we will only have this book for a came pay |
V It natural that this should be asked. limited president of F. B. I., with the ladles past-due bills and pull up on a schools olu
is only question So far found therein, literally lifted fiom time you should take ad- agt p >II. :
trio and the echoes from this current basis
be no single factor was entirely responsible. It I vantage of the opportunity to lend again. I other sources ulthou: wmng r
as can seen. the heart of the sea and placed meeting have been
I It while we have It In our posses most appreciative. Obl'gatlons: of the general I revenue -, placements. Howev.M ,II,, ,ene,

is probable that the improvement came from a combination I before__ '-_you_ n"H for_ your' _d'"careful'n study ston.I The ,messages given both In I fund were paid and there was : revenue fund .raid S:17_:\ : w.">

of the following elements : a strengthening in commodity. iinu inspection, you 11 nave some speecn Itna song nave fully demonstrated ". balance of $$330,903.41 on July 1, schools In the 1930-.W; M 'Ie-
Idea of this remarkable Institution I "The GreaAnerican Novel" the great value of the
I 1037. and was not culled
statements officials that funds tip'
by n"
prices. pro Just opened on the Oceun Highway Clyde Brian Davis again entertains Christian school for young people. Final auy such tim ,

vided under the new lending-spending measure will be put to I 18 miles south of St Augustine us with "The Great American This Friday night at the Tab- 000 school payments teachers on salary the $11,500-appro- cause definite payments iev"im \ "

work rapidly, and the low state'! of business inventories.The Novel" Homer Zlgler wants ernacle the subject will be "The I I plllltlon I were made during June schools were pnmctt ,, V
Housed In a modernistic more than anything else In the, Broken Vessel" and any broken
last named factor is perhaps the soundest under- I by borrowing $571.000 from otherTi'enaui'y Legislature
building two massive tanks or world to wrlte-a. He has always i pottery or china may be broughtand
lying reason why business men feel that recovery is in the open air swimming pools differ- wanted" s.a4. Something wonderful will be used to illustrate the .I repaid. accounts. This has been

making. By "inventories"!'! is meant unsold goods on the ent tram anything you have ever with his life It l Is a story full subject. The music will be out off 1 i,i If Ec'i"; A au'

shelves of retailers or wholesalers or in factory warehouses, jcen, provide a home for a variety ot originality, humor and pathos the ordinary and the 'trvices.Obligations;:: of the all governmental FREE 'I yu P"in*ol'tann; ;
except general
Taberultcle'l revenue -
at deep sea monsters that you s comfortable. You are Ulcers, Im .
and these have been greatly reduced in recent months. During have read about. glimpsed perhaps "WARRANT FOR X" __ _,__ -AMARRIAGES--- fund, have been paid currently Bloating;,Ca.,Heartburn. ,CclchiH,Mtw.

depression periods, when there is great uncertainty as to the at H distance or seen as carcasses wiitten This Is by a Philip Crime MacDonald.Club Selection He I|I]1 ,The Comptroller 1937 Legislature Lee said. reduced Nausea, get a fr*. sample o ':'L/C|

future manufacturers generally fill orders from inventory hanging on dome fishing and a free Interesting botik'tCARPENTER'S, t
dock. has many mysteries to his credit AND DIVORCESA ho general revenue fund's incomeby

already accumulated rather than keep factories going full You may stand, If like, I und this considered\ his finest about $:$3.000,000 diverting this '

steam turning out goods that it might be impossible to sell. above the pools and look you Into their' This crime takes place In London. total of 153 marriages were -
I The story becomes complicated by performed and twenty divorces ,
By this process, called "working off inventories," the supply usclnutlng depth, or choosing the I violent murder Inexplicable disappearances were granted In Bradford County I' __

V of goods available for public consumption grows smaller and level Interior you prefer view their amazIng and a device for detection during 1937 according to figures
through I that Is so good It is apt to released by the State Board of
smaller. is reached when orders
Eventually a point no longercan portholes to have porpoises, giant,i become standard police equipment. Health.

be filled from inventory. Then production must be started rays, sharks swordfish and massive I Iu cr1V
Figures for the entire state show
again men and women go back to work and a new recovery sea turtles return your cUI'I-j|[ These and many other interest- total of 25.660 marriages per- _
oils stare with beady as
eye they]
r I' ing books may be found at the .ormed in 1937 I I2I.2U
cycle is launched. Inventories of wholesalers at the I swim past. enjoying to the full ] as compared with _

first of June were 14.8 percent lower than a year earlier- their new found playhouse. | public_library._ In 1936. The number otdlvo'ce. __
---- granted also showed an
a very healthy sign. I I Tiger sharks sneer at you 'I Warns tfish Shooters i Increase from 7,002 In 1936 to 7- a I

On the basis of these encouraging factors men and 1 through the class and lash their I A. A. Durdm, conservation of- 852 in 1937.
I I 1 tails seals
: laughingly wave a
women all over the country and even in Europe last week flapper as they glide by; saucy ficiihus Issued a warning to people The year 1932 witnessed thelollY' _
I who,are shooting! fish on Ctos- ebb in both .
marriages and divorces ,
began to invest idle money in American securities. Result : I penguins delight you with underwater by Lake Several Instances of this since the Board of Health A V. ,

the stock market rose to a new high for 1938. Even con- antics-while myrlida of IIImallel' i law violation have been repotted started keeping the records In ,
Ilea creatures that Include |
firmed pessimists had to admit that all these signs indicatethe most every Variety' of fish or shell | to him. he paid and he will make: 1927. In 1932 only 15,301 manl'IIges -4
every attempt to see that the V
low point in the depression, or "recession," is behind us. fish participate In the marvelous tice Is stopped. prac- :142 ilKoici-s were performed and only 2- I lI -
ppgHnt of the deep, to V V
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-- J.- V.
Uncrowned Queen and Ruler of -'
iiECTUICITY: LIGHTEN FARMERS: LOAD I all she surveys In "Mmlneland" irs.o.ns WOMIS r

Bradford: County farmers who already have much to be Is charming and graceful Mrs.. J. Iliw! V t50ta'e. 5''V

thankful for from the Roosevelt administration, will have Flerpont Forpolne, who In com- : < fC42 ,
V pnny with her equally winsome 'V _.

I one more debt of gratitude if the Rural Electrification Ad- ,daughter, proves a delightful ho t. r 1.0V.7 1f4U

ministration' project is expanded to include all rural homesin ess. Diving, twisting and turning ,
tttutlo Feature Photo' Syndicate: )
this area. Poles!'! have already been set' in the Rrooker about the great tank, she is here.
there and everywhere. while shark, ADVISING youth in its lad and wistful moments to look for the silver
section\ and efforts are being made to have the project expanded my. seal and all other creatures ever been a practice of the popular song writers. Today V

to include all of the rural sections of the county. exercise cole to keep out' of hr they have need of their own advice. And all because of radio and its willy- '

The coming of electricity to rural homes will open up an way and prove unoffenslve. A I nilly melodic repetitionof By nong click and every pubflher4.aThe ....... : osm.:
mammal she nurses her offnpiinguul Pan Alley icants like ... 11''' ;:: 1. Fnzli aV
Its insistent one it. Am.rlc. 04.:;; .. Y LI
entirely new world for the farmer and his family-a worldin I unburdened with false modes- i plugging<< radio And he pet if. eien Ilie Ilu( to !lo!'. t'0... & S mo rsV GI Pouyv V yr

which many hours of back breaking work can be performed I.: t>, thinks nothing of doing so Inpubl' I II kill off a popular write it HlmiclfStrangely' a Chrl..I.I ... eoi-r"10' yr tThRisd. g' 5 .11"t I rl

electric ',. while hundreds of poorhumiin" I tune i in a ----- g )!.'. '" '.!...dl.crallyr.. A4jaH G COuflfr. dq.,
in a few minutes by an motor leaving several AI.." Horn.
of 'I
period Oerm
to m ,
fish gaze at her through mana] good moon1' ,?!? yr
hours a day of spare time that might be used for other more I glu&s put tholes."Marincland. eight Among weeks.recent song is rejected by music publishers ;:; ..*tot.*"501se' "a 1 U Y...Bfi' g:: I y,
before it finds I
a market. This
interesting tasks: or for recreation. Electricity will open up while unquestlon- tune radio killed was 0..... 11- to' ."'0. l rj,. 1
moat conspicuously: true of "Caro a
a new world of knowledge and entertainment for those whoJive 'ably Florida's "Number One" at- off quickly by lina Moon." It was kicked around pav; .&l'I, ::: .,. IfOug.0j5 fl'sMe4 I yr yr
traction that Is certain to bring I .... its concentrated for three before I g y.o 0 LlCo I
the farm reading will be a pleasure to be indulgedin ;-.... 'I< years it was pub- WOrld yrpictorial
on ; tourixta and visitors to the stateIn din n lng'were' lished. 1I.Yrl: ",.. I 1" ,,4 0 I yr

''V without injury to the eyes ; radios, without the annoyance never-ending streams, was not Louis R&id ..uch tinkly
V V and inconvenience of battery sets, will be a possibility. NoV conceived and built for this pur- Confession" "Heigh ties Ho.as" True"Ten he is his restless weakness and for unhappy the moon.until and h. o o 1I.m.III"..' 110....... -_ 1.1. ; II W..11)) ,i,,,,

longer will farm children be forced to lag behind in their pose alone. Its primary purpose Pretty" Girls! ," "Romance in the gets his moon song out of his ays- a Ccr.u 11001& -. ._ 1. yrA
In the minds of those responsiblecor Dark "Whutle While You Work"and tern Occasionally his weakness be. ''t.". CoRl..lO" ._ I yro ForJn.:: iE
because of lighting conditions in their homes. "Rosalie." E .. Allrlcull1&f .
studies poor Its construction, Is the iclen- comef chronic:, manifested by hn as."11 1. orl4 __ yro _.

The Rural Electrification Administration is a golden opportunity liflc study of marine life and the fl' f# industry in grinding out a dozen oW.m-.W .
creation of a suitable undersea Am" f i'leant, fl', been tali, do nut moon longs during hia career. s ,
for the farmer to the of
bring magic electricity to
studo In which "natural" life of ftnoto Aoto to make love. Rut ttinr'tt Thornton Wes th. First ff'ora

V V his home at a moderate cost. Anyone who passes it up will the deep might be staged and xo love deny In fj they knout hose to make ,I To arrive at the origin of the
tang, partictilaily' "
V surely live to regret it in the years to come. t'llmed. nnppl1111,1.. songsid'S musical moon-baying ono has to go : NO. orrea NO.
: litck' to the Nineties when James: AU. riVE 'ALL FOUl
Here In years to come picture Thornton wrote "My Sweetheart'sme Na N.pap.,.. J yr. rOil ONLY N.1I..p..I Ti.. ( roft
H 0- producers will secure the shots Were the entire Hit of Soxta'i Man. In the Moon." It was a M""a.t... } } ::4'0

and scenes of an underwater nature stenches: la tbe played/ in a tingle' sensational hit. And It proved conrlualvplv 4 born G..p B $2.10 .S Irom Mqoil..i Group A $2
BOONE WAS NOT LOST prooiam it icOHld
DANIEL designed to give genuine / re thai 'ha nnI
1"1'. the better I : ,
part wiioidlni ;
Daniel Boone was once asked by a friend if he were ever realism to their feature attractions three nonn.Thara'a. o/ [ ": Megold OFTEn NO. I OJ'Fn 110. 4
mine/ la the ...
sky .
This 11. I Y' Att
lost in the woods. "No, I never got lost," said Daniel, "but I ai everything necessary for I for anybody who knew Mava..a roa roull OnLY Tltl.R..papa..1 Y" rOil IILL ONLY
the perfect production of such undersea Money how to handle It. How. 2 irem Group A } 2 .Moqoala.s... A 55
wa. bewilderetjj for three days.: V ', ..,... photagraphy will be avail- In the MoonA : ever., songwriters did 1 Ma9on1_ B $2.2s .0- }$2'
And perhaps that i is the reason why Daniel Roone's name able. month never passes not give much attention, from Group _B
1 In America. seemingly ] to Thornton's II _
is still alive today and will continue to live as long as history Fortunate Indeed Is Florida that without at least one new Ing. It was not prospect until -,' .: "

her tropical waters provide such long about the moon on after the 'tt--1J" ,S' C ?J- : T... Sl.vy ,.. JILL ONL'I'F1VI
fail who refuses to late Paul }
books written. No one can admit defeat ) I r08
are 1
ipeclnu-ns as are desired that her 111* lip of the populace.Of Dresser treated the _-_ _.,_ ,_ H..hoid -I
or even to recognize failure when it stares him in the climate: and sunny skies afford late the populace moon to a national serenade -, I rrr"t>:I ,' C..0 Coed..SlotS..? Ho.__ __ I ,.. }$2.25

face. {'cater opportunity for camera has had a choice ot two In "On the Bnks1of : F, ....z;. '_ i THIS NEWSPA'ER 1 '''
moon _"Moon of ,
voik. und that the was chosen eel I sons the Wabash" that; I 'n
Manakooro and the .'*
they became
0I. .he Ideal. location for such an enc nomewhat daffy observa of really'aware McCalT. Ma. I. IRe. the moon'scommercial W rl4 I.v ONLY I
pI !lolI. "Mama.! That Moon
value. After Good StorU
A NEW STUNT ON TilE POLITICAL HORIZONWe All Florida bows In tribute to is Here Again" ------ that tbe tunetnen used i F' laaraiil I lyt Y. $2.1 0

"Marineland officials. All Florida Nothing seemingly,.; Jamaa Thornton the moon to pay the i E THIS JlEWSPItPU I ,v _
thought that by now politicians would have exhausted 'omp'iments! them the has m. -ff. t.r fa ilna.- A.8.C.A.P. ran'.-.. .Ih.I...... .hw---_" _.ftd..... n
; every trick of the trade in getting themselves elected to 'exfuul upon suc- lion for songwriter* and long publisher their alimony. ia& a
' opening of this underwa- than the moon but then **
office but it remained for a woman in Shawnee, Oklahoma, :e,' wonderland and wishes them there' money In the moon. more p .-If
I Gerald Marks, on. of the trio Involved --..---- a s i _
to announce that she would wage a "thought wave" campaignin I jnbour.ded success. money. Indeed than In any other in the rI
Ingle phenomenon of nature The authorship of that
her bid for office as state commissioner of charities and .-- sun end the *tar. have been profit truth-seeking query about Dixie, | eetlemei

corrections.No able. also to the music world. but cannot get away from the South- I i I ...1... $..._ WLICL ..ld .,
('.\un OF THANKS! their reward ire lailgalfleaot compared [ land in his music-making moments. m _,_,I.. piw.
campaign posters, no literature, no platform will be To the many friends who remembered to lhoe of the moon. There His newest tune-with a bow to S .tfc.. mag.iin.. I h.... h.ek.J.. .,.tUr with yearl
In are listing of more than S.200: sons 'Stephen Foster bears he title, biaription ta your uew.psp.rU .
used, she declared. "I shall conduct my campaign by mental : ua our bereavement. bout Ibe mooa In ASCAP'a mea -Bottle Up the Swan. and Just C H.m. 0:1.: Q S."T' Off**

telepathy alone. Definite thought waves of a constructive with their loving presence flowers Send It Up to Ma."

I and words of comfort we wish to pp N.DI..__.__..........___ -
character will be sent to each of the 3,521 voting precincts. ,express our sincere thanks, as- Here and there a .mmcl( i* tt'11 r i' : *

Something tells us that the lady's thoughts following the turing them of our deep appreciation And yet publliliert throw epte1r described/ at the "ttotleit trumiMt-f I Street -
Hand ttHtnever a tenter mt>.. '- COI/O/K.| Hot'" lrnmruri or B.F.i .. .._..
:: counting of ballots on election day will be far more interestingthan for each kindness shown. fleaS *. Hat new "moon" song *.. profcao'y/ thou who tan S/jrw .

Mrs G. VV. Aldermanand The protest, ff count <. not irrtIntri'fe'f. _"O those she send out during the! campaign. family .rulr Let one "moon"' trilmmt tt plod'Ing. -LaT.w.; 4:::..; _;; __--;;_

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