Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02660
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02660
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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable: I In Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner 1

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2 Boards ,i MAYBE A SENATOR--WHO KNOWS? New Building I r Legionnaires ATTEND 14 Qualified '\' .': '

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Compromise I For '

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On PrincipalJob \ I SchoolCafeteria GetTogetherMeeting Election ,',:\;VII -i.t

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Goes! To NewMan Will IJe : At KinRsIcy Registration Increases ; I

Suit Placed In I Beach lrinjs! 200 Percent Over : I

Dropped OperationThe ,! Out CrowdMembers Last YearQualifying I' ;

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r B t i. Williams will be principalof new school unit and school of the American Legion deadline Tuesday
Bradford County High School cafeteria at Bradford High are I and Legion Auxiliary-175 found fourteen candidates in the I'

during Its 1938-39 term, as the result I rapidly being completed so as to strong .- gathered at Klngtiley running for the six vacancies to I'I j

,of a compromise effected last I I be ready for use vhen the 1938- Beach last week-end for a conference I be filled in the city election here 11 I I.. ,

Friday between the School Board 1 39 term opens belov'Monday, Sep- of the Second District. on Tuesday September 13. I 'I I

and the Board of Trustees in the 1I I tember 5. '" Festivities began with a dance + Old-time! residents scratched I i

Starkt district. ?s, The new elemeutary building Saturday night and the conference : their heads and could remember : ,

Mr Williams was born and rear- the first of a unit of three proposed ) clime to a close late Sunday after- I only one other year in the history '
es : is clean noon following business sessionsof I of Starke when such field !
ed in Williston, Is a comparativelyyoung x r' a large attractive r both a big of ,
man, Is married, has three y r brick building containing seven I organizations candidates confronted voters In a I t' '1.
a M; ( class I Dinner Sunday was spread out- city election here. '
children, Is a graduate of the Univeniiy 7 spacious rooms, each of which r
of Florida, and has had e "iri t I contain ten windows, waxed floors'l doors, near the lake's edge, and ; Qualified! electors, showing an ,
., was followed by brief speeches ;
locker closets and
nine years teaching experience- I amazing increase from 221 last ,
eight of them In an administrative inet, two large blackboards, cab-I from men and women high In the year to the current grand total of :
Legion organization and from Congressman :i .i i
capacity. powerful electric lights, and ,a va' 730 (more than 200% ), must ,
Lex Green Short addresses 4 ; i

panelled ceilings. There are two : I I choose between
after two candidates .
compromise came only ____
The of welcome were made by nmn n ,
between the School I large, tilted, lavatories' and a I! for city clerk, two for city I''
differences store The I Mayor T, Frank Landrum, and byi WM. T. COMEItM118. "" '
room. building is of one I marshal, two for und 5 +
Board of Trusteesover mayor eight
Board and the Mrs. K: G. Duncan. The '. : :
i story construction, and has I for the '
had a large three vacancies on the \
of I
matter a principal I
resulted the in a law suit. The School ...1.1on hull center.running The its entire length structure through will the I thur, district introduced commander.by J. A MCAr-1 City Council.'I'), r I'.

wanted to retain J. H. Benson --- Benson vice-commander Iterate how they stuck up: I t''' .
Board of the local .
be well and and
healthily lighted
last year's principal, while the ', Too young for Interviews, but I f ventilated and Is virtually fireproof I post, acted us toastmaster. I For City Clerk ,,1 i' ',,1

Trustees sought the apoplntment not too young for pictures Is Rob Seats of the one-piece type Mrs Betty McClure state pres- Carl Johns, incumbent.W ;<11 i

of a new man and recommended ert Alexis Green Jr, ten-weeks-I have arrived and will be Installed I ident of the Auxiliary male, a I D. Tender, filling station and J .::1
Smith, of Palmetto for the old of Congressman and Mrs. forceful A ,}
Oscar son talk In which she ,
I as noon as floor finishing is completeU. i lunch room proprietor) ? t
place Lex Green, pictured here with his ] ed Americanism all "Thiit descrlb-I
Following notification last Friday r mother on one of his first trips life dedicated to service ir For City Marshal !1 1 ,

that the School Board was down town. He doesn't seem The new cafeteria embraces the I to our country our countrymen. I rIII A L Alvarez, incumbent I i:J;.; 1 f a

willing to compromise and appointMr bothered a bit by his first encounter entire new south wing of the oldbuilding I and to its institutions; with nn'': e .1 II I, Supp, present night'mar- I'J ',
formerly divided Into two ,
Williams to the prlncipulshlp, b with a news camera, probably I open mind to her needs, and a genuine III I nlial' I' ,
th Trustees, withdrew their nom i eallzlng that if he is to follow In I rooms The partition between the appreciation of her oppoiliin- !'01' Mayor
two hits been removed, the 10 windows \
Smith and concurred In his father's footsteps ho must be- j I \9i'itr'
ination of and two doors have been' Itll'lI.Vm W 13 IU! the action. come used to such ordeals. Is it j T. Comer, stale commander I medical tlottor. \ j
I screened and long benches and tables w !i ..
I Just imagination, or do you really I of the Legion called on each member 7 "
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mandamus proceedings N D.
The have been Constructed and I, Wiilnwrlght, Jr., insurance
suppose the youngster is leading to become a salesman for (heorgaulation.
which the Trustees sought to force ( Sat- with that right for a handshake ? placed the length of the room. The | He described the :""iM I I
the School Board to accept or reject tVse e4 I II north ten or twelve feet have been I agl'nt.'F, 1 'I
Legion as a "safely valve" protecting 'F I
the nomination of Mr. Smith, ; partitioned off for the kitchen andHiieivea I 1 .
", diarrrissed, __ : the future welfare of the United n. O I ) "
Will be I racKs, and tables installedA I States. railroad conductor. i\\ ./ 1

--- Gray Wins Honors I Dies sink will be put in, also. The I Harry Black, department chap- H, A Bishop, owner of Starko '::1,/r.: ,1'; "

cafeteria project when in opera- lain, described the growing + r r Telephone Co. ;l 1
Signal Bradford County f Hen la of tion will be under the
supervisionof L A Canova Incumbent II' .
strength of communism In this and I
Leon A. Gray, former principal of After AccidentAutomobile the National Youth Administration -I country today and called upon Le- durgglst. ii, I'' j

Goes HaywireI B. H. S., will be interested to and will serve meals for a lit- gionnaires to face the facts and W. H. Hart, furniture store t
I learn that he has recently received accidents claimed tle as five cents, It is stated. NYA J.,
the bell'sringing lake the lead in putting down any manager. 1:1:
"Slow"down, Henry, several high honors In educa- another victim In Bradford County i girls will be employed. The cafeteria movement that threatens our Dem Don L. Hoover, youngest candidate ,L :II

tional work. In April he was Wednesday morning when Ed I la steam heated. ocracy. BETTY McCLURETownsenditcs in the field. 1 1

"Yes dear""Wel are'you to- stop oraren't i elected to membership in Kappa Stanley, 39, died of injuries I In perparatlun*for the 'comingterm I Congressman Green describedthe R. A. Newsom, grower and t'
?" Delta PI honorary fraternity fostering ed early Monday night recelv-I the entire old building Is work that Is being done !In an shipper.S. ..e i t

""But you there's no train coming, I research work In educa- car he was driving being cleaned and repaired and the I ttempt to secure a straight ser- E. Sparks, barber shop pro- ,ilPrietor I ,
tion. This week Mr. Gray was In this side of LaW-
eral times just campus mowed and cleared. I vice pension for war veterans. He !
dear I looked hear in both the bell ringing formed of his election to Phi Kap- tey. He was returning from Jacksonville .Approval of the second of the. also pledged the Legion his wholehearted To Ocala Herman H. Young, retired meat 'j ,. ,
don't, you ?" I pa Phi honor fraternity, which and was alone, It Is said. three units has been given by the I support in any cause it I dealer, formerly of Jacksonville 3 i"",
honor I
dear." represents the highest con- Badly injured internally and externally WPA, but so far arrangementshave I might undertake. Because of the state-wide Townsend but making his home in Starke 4a'! '

"Yes"Then,, there MUST be a train I ferred by the University of academic Floridafor he was given medical not been made by the School 1 1 Mrs Ed Martin, State Vlce-Pres- celebration at Silver Springs/; I for the past few years .i d.iI

coming whether you se it or not. superiority in treatment and placed in a local 'Board to put up its share of the ident of the Auxiliary Introduced on September 4 and 5, the local 'I J. F. Klckliter, who had been Ii: i" '

The bell NEVER rings unless achievement. This honor of corres-"Grad-I hospital but never regained con- cost, amounting to around $12,000, distinguished guests around the club will meet Monday night; August ,', considering making the race for 'I'f.' ..1 't

there is a train coming so you ponds to the citation Honors" i sclousness. -*- I table 29, rather than on September City Clerk, announced definitely .)}fit i ojI e

atop right/; here and wait until that I which uated Is With conferred Highest by many colleges -I' Funeral services were held at I MarketTo I 1<. G Duncan, commander of 5. I.I Wednesday that he would not bo ': "1

bell STOPS ringing." and universities. Mr. Gray the grave In Conner Cemetery I the Jontts-Lungford-Whlte Post, It Is expt'ctt'llhat a large num-I u candidate. /1,1\' ,1
dear." I Wednesday afternoon at 3 00 has expressed his appreciation to ber of members. from here I -- -- '

This Yes,might have been the con-I was students one of selected a group from of twenty-five a graduating o'clock. with the Rev. Lloyd JohnsI Be PaintedThe I everyone who helped a to make the tend the Silver Springs meeting, Governor ,rT I I1 .!
I conference here such fine which la the
versation between husband and class of one hundred ninety- officiating. state farmers' market here a suc- being sponsored by \ ,

wife driving on the old road Into four candidates graduating at the I Surviving the deceased are his will have the distinction of being :I ceMS State Hoard In connection with labor '. ''i''j

Hampton on Thursday of last end of the second session of the widow, Mrs Rosie demons Stan- the first one of Its kind to receivea 'I' During the dance Saturday night organl/atlorm Delegates from I Still In Danger { I

week I University of Florida Summer ley, and four daughters, Bernice, coat/ of paint. several Mexican dance numbers by each Congressional District will Governor Fred 1'. Cone, who nt 't'' ,
After fifteen or twenty minutesof I School August 27, at which time Buluh Blanche and Joyce Stanley. The structure here Is being/ usedas l Miss Grace Dew were enjoyed She provide a pint of the program. I 1 ono time this t week seemed near ,/ri I

patient waiting the Imaginary he will receive the degree of Mas- Four sisters, Mrs. T. E Hutchins, a kind of "guinea pig" for experimental was accompanied at the piano by On Sunday, Hept 4, on open- death In the Jacksonville hospital ', ',jrj; 1
convinced his I J. F. Smith, Mrs, Duncan air service will be held, I
hiunund might have ter of Arts in Education Duringthe of Romeo; Mrs off purposes In working .. preaching where he hall been confined since ,:I Ig i '
train was I I, D Mundcn, +- -- --- with' several preachers, labor
Imaginary wife that no past four years he has madean Bronson; Mrs. I II out H distinctive color scheme July 21)), was reported yesterday '
appr',aching in spite of the fact: intensive study of character I Aioirluton; and Mrs. A. W. Brown, which will be used uniformly on I I C. C. Griffis Dies speakers, and Townxeml, 1t'lIdel's,1 morning lo bn Knowing! steady Improvement. v"j'' :. 1, r 1

the the signal bell was ringing I training and personality development 'of St. Petersburg also survive, as all markets In the state's system. : taking pan Outdoor sports of He Is'still not out of %t ; I

\toi' ,ill it was worth.If (In which field lie did extensive : do three brothers A. T. und Bar- I' Calvin Johns has been awarded Charles Cleveland Gilfls, D4\ all kinds will help to make the danger, however :',' V

they had waited for the bell research work toward ma ney Stanley of Morriston, and a contract for the. creosoting! I 1 died Sunday night/\ In his home meeting, a gala vacation time. I "The Governor! Is a very sick I. ,

It( < i',ise they might have stayed ;': Master's degree George Stanley, of Palmetto.Ed I work which Is now being done, and 'I:I 1 neur Stiirke aa a result of Injuries Transportation agencies have man I feel very much encouraged 1 I > j d)

'ken ,ill day for the fact is that ----+--- I Stanley was born In Levy I J. S, Liscnby. manager, says that I I I received when hit by an automobile announced special rates for club I over his progress but It Is Impossible "

it rang constantly not only when' ShootThe County and lived there all his life I contracts for the painting will be I near the Florida. Light and members winning to attend, the > to say what might tako ilk I ;' ; r
Skeet '
: Labor Day Power Co, sub-station Knit will be t
just Delegates givenlounil
trains were approaching, but In until 1929 when he moved to his let soon. Predominating colors meeting place In the future," his doctor '
between times as well. I Starke Gun Club will offeran present home about three miles I will be white and, green. of town Saturday night, July 23. trip rates of "fuio one way, said .II'r ,

M (i" Sweeney Seaboard signal afternoon of real sport on Labor north of Starke on Road 13. He Mr. Lisenby also stated that I 1 The car was driven by Dewey plus 25 rents" It Is fluid. I Florida's' chief executive has : 1 I

maintainer stated that the signal I Day, Sept. 5. beginning at two wall farmer.. I plans are being made for activity I I Miurhec of Graham Murrhee was The management of Silver been In the hospital since he suffered ';: I\\%

had not simply gone "crazy with o'clock when It wll play host to : The Boree Funeral Home had at the platform this fall. A cash not held responsible for the accident !- Springs/ bus announced that Town- i a heart attack while taking ;\\1 L \ '

the hcut', there were other and i the public and offer free targetsfor charge of arrangements. market for pecans will be conducted !! by Investigating officials. Henilites will he allowed to spread a week's rest In a Jacksonville hotel 11 r 'j

wonc technical reasons, he sold; I skeet shooting. W. P. Smith, I + he said. I I The funeral services were held their'' blankets In the open or to While on the road to recovery I 1

toe< technical for the layman to understand president of the club, says: "If -_A _L -- at the Klngsley Lake Baptist pilch tents if they do not care to he contracted a cold a week ago f I

!. I you can't break as many targetsas I Gas Fire Scare I Church at 5 o'clock Monday after- stop at the hotel.'e and It developed Into Inflnenza. lI, I f;
I R. A. Snowden Killed officiated I 1
miss noon and were over by -- -- ----
-+ i some of the boys, you( can It was an exciting time around The seriousness of his condition I l I '
the Rev. G. E. McGauley. Interment -
Former Resident Dies: as many as any of them, and one I Green's Store here about two R. A. Snowden, 60, of Cassia, I followed the funeral In the 48 Have SignedWith Is Illustrated by the fact that he '>,''j
other -
I Is about as much fun as the I o'clock last Friday afternoon when Florida (near Tnvnrea) was burled Is still In an oxygen tent and ha* :

Alanson Hercules, who was at1! ." The big attraction of the ; some one tossed a lighted match Friday afternoon In Dyal Cemetery I church graveyard. forty-eight consumers havIng been given regular injections of ,

ODe time principal of the Starke |I event will probably be the expert Into the air as Jesse Newsome, the Rev. Elbert Bowers officiating i-i The deceased was born In Clay already paid their membership glucose. I 11.\
most of his life
but lived
School died last week at his home and fancy shooting of Dr. J. W. Standard 011 Co., employee, was He was a bur room oper- County fees In the co-operative, County 0-- : '

In Jacksonville at the age of sev I Brownlee, Merrill McMillan, Sam filling a gasoline tank at the rear ator in Cassia and was shot to,I, In Bradford and shipper., where His he widow wall a,grower Mrs. Agent T K. McClane said yester- I FSA Moves Office ,I. ytI : k
enty-three. Anderson( Maxie Carter, ''of the grocery. Fumes from the death by Willie Story, a lumber day that only twelve more members /
He was a native of Ohio and a'' locals as well as good shooters I I gasoline ignited and started ablaze I worker later exonerated by a cor-I Lois Griffis, and five children, Mrs are needed In order to have Ralph Cox, agent here of the ': ::,

graduate of the Ohio State Unl-| from Jacksonville, Gainesville, and which was quickly smotheredby oner's jury. He is survived by his Frances Lucile Hornsby and Merrill, Mllford Griffis, Nelson, all of, the required number for an addi- Farm Security Administration, I ;, !

Veralty He came to Florida more | other nearby towns. the use of feed sacks. No dam- j' widow, Mrs Snowden, of Cassia, I tional Rural Electrification Project has moved his offices from the Y 'II '
than fifty years ago and was prfti-j! --- .Meat-- age was done with the exception]) and his mother Mrs. Lucy Snow Starke, survive; also two brothers Griffis embracing twenty miles of line rear, north room of the city hall < ,', '
and K. L. ,
cpal| here for seven years, leaving I New CoolerGreen's of breaking up a checker game I den, of Starke, and three sisters. A.both J.of Griffis Starke, and two sisters, from Brooker to New River to L.I"I to the front, south portion, which !I ;1 1'
Starke In 1902. He was also a when Charley Nicholson one of Snowden was born and raised In I L. Conner's place near Hellbronn 1 was formerly open on one side. A J I
Store this week Installeda the players rather than dash I Bradford County Mrs. Mannie Geiger, and Mrs. Minnie Springs Mr. McClune hopes to! partition has been built parallel ,.: 'if t f

Col-le 10-1. huge Friedrich Floatlngalr Cooler around the flames, shinnied ._ ._ I Norman, both of Tampa. sign the adltlonal members within I with the hall and the resultingroom '1'

sated In Lake City. !, to take care of the meat stor- I through a hole in the wall in the The Boree Funeral Home was In the: next few days.Getting divided Into an Inner und I 1 I

While here Prof. Hercules marI: age In their grocery here. The rear of Green's warehouse.Presidential We Don't Blame HimYes. I charge of arrangements. _._ --+--.- outer office. The FSA former :: .'
lied large box, six feet wide by eight --- quarters will now be the offices 'j !%for
a Starke Miss VlrgieRChard. + One
girl I It's been hot here. day ExperienceA '
who survives him. I I feet deep, has a white enamel exterior last week Mrs E. S. Matthews I May Vote AbsenteeCity Miss Madge Whlghiwn, county; A' S
and Is an attractive add I Approval clans in financing and accounting demonstration agent
--+ employed a man to do some roof I Clerk Carl Johns announced yr I
tion to the store. It is modern and frrvn the University of / ((1 ,
work at her home on Walnut St.I 1 yesterday that qualified electors I ,
Births and Is the first (of Its kind I Word was received here Tuesday Florida spent Wednesday and
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sanitary President Roosevelt has approved -j Out of curiosity he took a thermometer who will not be in town on Sept. Buddy Bradley J
i' In this section, accordingto that Thursday In the office of the Su-
and Mrs. A. J. Bryan, the with him. It broke i 13 vote absentee ballots In jij'
for up may held: :
at i
I a 41,672, project of Public Instruction Funeral services were
Starke of the company. erlntendent
I officials I
girl. August 15. I reached 120 de- | the election. The earliest date
of rural roads In when the mercury city afternoon In
1.11 + : Improvement I here gaining some actual experience 3 o'clock Thursday ::1i '
and Mrs. Calvin Hall, The- It will become grees. The man quit and went !I Ihome.presumably that an absentee ballot may be Church for '
Bradford the Baptist
I County. with figures aa well as assisting Lawtey "
r,55 boy. August 22. DistributionCertified to lie In the cast is Tuesday, August 30, and 'i'
of discretion
at -
:Mr: Notice eligible for operation I In bringing the work In the Buddy Bradley. 3.1, a prominent
and Mrs. Charles W. Batten date Is Sept. 9,
the latest
of of the state WPA admin- farmer living mile and a half v
commodity clients office to date. The class was
boy, Theressa, August 20. |, I ____._- I Mr. Johns said. up r I
Mr Bradford County will receive flour istrator. ._ composed of twelve men, all teachers west of Lawtey. He died early : .
and Mva. Starling, .
Willis --- -- 1
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La wtey and Irish potatoes at the commodity + Revival at'Graham |i or principals. Thursday morning of typhoid fever
girl, 22. I
August Excursion Asheville The Rev G E. Cutahaw officiated )- I
this Friday to
Starke +
) in -- --
La1.r19 John Gideon Crawford, warehouse Dies At Kingsley Revival services will begin at I j at the services and Interment i. I It '
girl, August 20. I and Saturday. Clients must the Graham Baptist Church on j T. J, Griffin, Seaboard agent Bridge ServicesThe
J A. Chadwick, Gainesville Long was in the church cemetery. ij 'K:
Mr and Mrs Hershel Waters, bring containers.The 28. The Rev. L. O. I here, anounces that an excursionwill "
lawtey I postmaster died Friday morning Sunday, Aug be to Asheville, N. C.. Rev, W T McGuIre wilt begin He Is survived by hla widow and I''
boy, 23. will be assisted run
August pastor
Mr I "Who has the while visiting friends at Kingsley Hemingway 3. Round- a mettlng at Long Bridge on one child. The Boree Funeral
question Sept
and Blont, Schloss leaving Saturday I
Mrs. Edward the Rev George
New has cost many a Lake. Death was attributed to a by Tuesday night, Sept, 6. He cordially Home had charge of arrange
? has ten day return -
which a
River' right-of-way fare,
Mr and, girl.Mrs. August Fonzo 24.Griffis, life. Use common sense--It may, heart of attack. He was flfty- our of t. Invited Starke to and attend.others. The public j I| trip limit will be only J6.25. Invites the public to attend ments. -- I :I I.

l4 VI'tey, I boy. August 24. save your life. years age. '" ,ia t


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GRAHAM FfLL VALfK; FBOMPLXIWOOU ; I'' urt h"u. doni" in tho tnt Mon- I Article X nf the constitution l I", ...: n.' \1'1-.
,lay In ,tininnntli of (jc. IflSS, amended HM as to >'<>ad as t"How.: I STAT'' II "'llln I \ I' \I
II Air.*. L. C. Smith Cor.Mr which In ( he 3rd,, day of October I lOvnr)' porxon who has i.gal 1 ''lTY : I ,]
beneClclal title In
title or equity toreal h"'h" .
In when is I.
I a season everyone "
1998Patud .
thin 17th duy of AiiffiiNt, property In this tlal. and who an.1 by vi, "r ''I i.

*. Lizzie Surrency and chll- talking about pulpwood develop 1928.COI'KICIAL. r".ld.1 thereon snd a.od faith 1111.1 lr I..,..., ,.." .
ments and when fal'mel's have been SRAL) makes the same his or her l"rma- mi, | : "
In an address before members going anywhere. clren of Tampa who have been A. J. nent home, or the permanent Z A"kln. Juilg,. ., ]. 1 "
upending several days with relatives disappointed la prices and are Clerk TIOIA8. Court nf of another or others legally: or naturally In and f.,. I:, ] I ,.
of the club last Older Generation You I I
Apopka Rotary I : aren'tserious looking for new sources of cash Bradford County, Florida. dependent upon said person, Florida, In, ,'h.h".11 .,, ''I,
retuined home Sunday. nlmll entitled to an exemption '
I Commissioner ht thi> ciiv'
Thursday City ; you're flighty. \ .r f'
Income there Is danger that many 8-9-51-9-1 from except for assessments L"I] 'I
Mrs. Atleen Padgett and daughter la"alon. "
Frank Reed of Orlando deplored Youth: Listen old boy, you have for up to the Hubert 1011'11., '
of them will sell pulpwood for leas %ori H 11.cll b..nel. II'WIII. , "
of visItlns I.
failure to time and the want and income Averlone, Hague were assessed \' Thousand wife. 'I
parental spend job you a NOTICE 13 OIVE.V toHll ) Hd. "", "
I Mr and Mrs. J. II. than Its real value. North Caro HI.JHtIY nn the said home and husband and \ \ ,.
Surrency Lollnr. nnxt I
of of LnllaU r
the of today's and I
effort certain
on development family a measure of [ lina's extension forester, R. W. .r.dlor. file your 1'.t.l. against "Inl real II'olrty. as defin I I.. Ames, Sin, 'vlMnu i I I

youth moral spiritual, physical security. We don't have a job, Sunday. the said .. with the County i Article 10 1, of theConstitution Heir to the IMI, V" ]
Graeber sounds this timely warning .Iat. for ill" 19311 and Deceased ]
economic I I moat of us, and the ones of us who Although our school house was Judffo within ISigrht months from Said title bo held defendants; nnd, the Ii,",,..,. M I'"
:- th."r.l. RaI U" | "
first publication of thin notice or ,
months have: one don't have the!! job we burned last Wednesday night we I .ntrello., In common clal master h.,
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Ii recent newspapers, same will be barred by statutes oflimitations wl
"We cannot and said the .., ,
to exemption I
hops encoul'agepeople wih I ,
have another and school hllh. ,
magazines books speakers have want: we can't get married, and / building and become void, also be apportioned amongich rr.nt donI .t 1111 th I.,. o ', .;
time and we don't have any security We Is to continue as before. to grow timber as a cash |iay all debts owing said estate toIle of the owners as shall reside Starke. ,' ', ,
devoted increasing space crop unleHs we maintain pl'ices in underslirned as executrix.IIILDABELLE t ns I their respective Interests on ""H'n.III'o 0" ,- :
h.r.on. '
Mrs Hattie Prescott and children i < > i .
to the problems of youth. We sub might as well laugh about It because keeping with Us value. of CHASE HENCE!, aplolr, but no such exemption her A. D. J938. .11!,,",.',",, I.'d.

mit that It's about time. crying Isn't going to do any of Longwood were through Many Kxeoutrlx. of 111010 I than Five Thousand hours of Bale, f,", ,",,, 'h..'} (.'
good. Let us lepeat: made our section Sunday afternoon. I 'our people have been stressing the 8-19-41-9-9 nola. shall he allowed to any ..laf"lnl ..hl, | 1.1", I./; ."i" .
Modem has been criticized one or any one dwelling lh. ,.,,
youth fact that we have a supply of I.ron an"HIII. i ,,'. 'm
this civilization. We just have to J. C Watkins. of the Ocala CCC \OTirM OP IM ttf T4Xt house, nor shall the amount of the d..l..II.,. |, d ,' 'I Mb:
and cat- .
analyzed sermonized" I cheap timber in the South, and exemption allowed any person exceed Ing arid ''
live in It.Older *>.mrt....... urn.. a vlulMncr. .... .hid., tinrOa.. unrtaunt. 'KIITIPH'tTKHNOTICE valuation | Sl.1, I lt
.fhlxpri Yniith hall nrnhlpmfl: -- -- .e - ---- the Florida "
'- I they have hurt the cause by such 13 HEHKBY UIVEN thaI. prollol'I.lal" auel.et County. in ,, r
; ;;; ir--- ; Generation You're Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal .. l.ols Flvo
problems more complex' than : cyni statements. It Is my opinion that /tarlnI ha* filed with me by such The Ltwlxlaturemiiv ((51 SKi, ,1., ,
cal. over the week-end. I| reqle.t thnt the tax certlfIcates p.rlon. 7)) 111 BNirlt Six" , ,
those of any other generation since worth of Is prescribe appropriate and reasonablH ,
$1 a product worth $1 together with IngKlon-Tiuby .,," i '
al lu..qu.nt laws regulating tlie .
Mr and Mrs. Albert Willis and manner .
the first IndUHtriul Revolution. For Youth: And why shouldn't we in the South just as much as la omitted or levied t by of establishing the light to said adltol to the ,tu f" ,. '
daughter. Miss Nellie Willis were State be Artvertlmiil and aold to tha I I I.' "
be! Who lf.\H"I' I |
a time the adult answer to these i taught us the World War any other section of the nation. highest bidder for cash aa provided exempton. "I'\l '

problems was criticism and accusation was fought to Make the Word Safe transacting business in Starke Keep telling farmers to demand a by Chapter 18298 of I the 111.17 actaI A JOINT RESOLUTION ;I T. FRANK LANMn'M '

that modern youth is immoral for Democracy. When we grew up Wedne day. price for pulpwood In keeping with I of the Legislature, upon the fol"w. an Amendment to Section PrDpollnl 8-6-4t-8-26 Attorney fitr Plninin'
.... I Inff described I real estate t ticle 3 of the Constitution of the
that modern youth is we learned it was fought to make its value."-Progressive Farmer. County of Bradford, State of FlorIda State of FI.o'ld. Relating to the '- -'-

ewlng-tlming to Hell, that modern the world safe for the Morgans BOOTSEY'S BAGII --.-. to-wlt: Publication of Notice of Intention "0'1'1'11 n. I:.1:0: II'
Lots 30 & 39 \Voodlawn, Sec I. T.
to HUMS Local or Special 1 Laws. 'r.nk I.""" ,
jouth is lazy and shiftless, not serious and duFonts. Who taught us every Miss, Effle Crawford Cor. HOW TO t'SE MAN IKE DO Tp. 5 S It. S2 R,, 29 AcreH, HI3 IT RIOSOLVKK BV THM LECJISLATritH Stallte. 1.1. .. l 1'II i ",, .

cynical Inclined toward radio American boy could be president I We all know manure Is a good The taxes to be anld are evidenced OF.T1IW) STATE OFFLORIDA' Itv v..I.. In m. I,, i "'1. In'
call ,
liv an ,, ,
tertlflcato No 150 of 1928 and : That the .I"L'I"" .
i \\ political doctrines, unpatriotic, All we want now is to be Miss Inez Rosier spent part of fertilizer--but It Isn't a well bal I represent the unpaid tuxes for they..1 amendment to Section 21 r"II"WI.o city hall ,. ., .,1'"' h

i rid a hundred other suppouedlyi third asHlstant to the second assistant last week with relatives in Jack anced fertilizer. If you own land, 1 27 to IH.11. both Inclusiveamountlnir 3 of the Constitution of the Art..l. the qualified \i, ,"i .I",' toSempembor
J n, '
1'' to 133.5-1. uf Florida' amendivt at the "IM] ( .
i nflattetlng adjectives. office boy and we can't get sonville. / whether it Is one acre or 1.000, ALSO: 1.01 28, 3S. 45. 82. B3. R9. al election I. 1H24 lie, and ,.&"n.r-I"lme pose of electing u". : ''

Through all this youth Is mute that Who taught ua the Ameii- you will find It worth while to I 00, 111 Woodlawn. Sec. 30 Tp. Is heiehv ngtend and shall be | cers: "
Robert Crawford spent the 8. II 22 13. 80 submitted for or rejec Ole InYOI',
ti.luse youth us youth has not I can government was a Democracy; week-end In Tampa visiting friends clip out and save these rules Or Ao'r.l.I more or contalnln& tion by the rnllU..aton.Iect..rl of the ,' AII"o'm"n

and we to learn it's The taxes to be sold evidenced State of Florida at the On. .i u, i .
t .t! channels of defense Its elders grow up an and relatives. / making manure a balanced fertilizer art votnl general sor and tax 1'., .'.
I election l t
to In Novemh.r. .
by No 149 of 192S -
have. So just for fun let's put economic oligarchy, ruled by I Mr and Mrs. c.rlltlrlt.the unpaid tuxes for the A. J. IP3; that 1..ld to lay. that One MnrNhnll.
1 wealthy aristocrats who exert the R. N. Crawford Section 3 of Inspectors cf M, ,"I,i .
Older 1927 to : both ,
outh on the stand Let the years Inclusive, 2 Con.l.
and son, Cecil attended church at "Kach ton of average manure iimountlnir to '19:1. the State ,of 1"1. A. it .Ioh"k| .1| ,I. 1/ A
power of life and death over their I 11.1. tut. Florid. ..al 1"
Generation be the prosecuting attorney Union Sunday. contains 10 pounds nltrogon 2 ALSO: SVVH <4 Seo. 3 Tp. ." so as to as Colow.! tesllinnnv uh i .i l i., '"
Here's about what you'll economic slave Sure we're cyni I pounds phosporlc acid, and 10 8 S. n. 22 C., containing 40A..rel. :nln 21' In all cases : I .lb..rll. mnan said '. "J, i ';'
ln'i Ipal l." i .
Mr It preceding c l i
cal. We don't believe in and Mr Lee Johns and I ,
let: anything. I .. __ ..._ ....... __.. __.. nnnn/la nf rtntush... Klv. tnrm,. of i The to be sold Iowa shall be general and l 1J Ih. tth .') ,' .1 ''0
UThnan.. uun .A........,.+. .o... .OIl'U'...+ A"'UJ'n. VL ......" "' ...... ....... "wU'u.. .u'u'' r----- n r---- --- --I t."el nre eovhl.nc..d operation throughout the I I
Older Generation: Is your generation such manure, which is about as 'iv <.rttl..ale No. 182 and 893 of state, but In all (OFFICIAL ,
I cases not
enumerated 11'\
Mrs. E C. Johns and of 1">2S and
baby respectively
? Older Generation: You believe represent T. '. 1 d, ',
lazy and shiftless tile as can be spread evenly over the taxes for the or excepted In that ,erlon.1 Attest'CAUL : ,
Lawtey spent Sunday with Mr. unpalt the :
In these radical political doctrines. will contain SO nitrogen 1!>27 1938, l.ellal..tl.. may pass
learned an acre pounds y..rl Ilclu.lve.amotntlng JOHN'S,
Youth: Most of us never local .
and Mrs. < l.wl. as now or hereafter
Johns and fam
Hartley I4 .
to $ 16ALSO.
Youth: If you mean Franklin D.Roouevelt'a City Clerk.85rt't2. .
10 of otherwise
to woik Your civilization hasn't pounds phosphoric Bills 7. 8. 13, 14. IK. provided In tho Constitution .
New Deal, we certainly ily. acid and 50 pounds potash. If we 17 Hitli-Mlv rtf N Ifll.. rt M : ;. PROVIDED. that no local
managed to teach us how to earn .t or special bill shall be
our bread by the sweat of our do. A survey by the American A J. Crawford and Barle che -I add to this five tons of manure 8C.-30 taining Tp.14 : 7 8. .\- 22 13.:'c less.The :. shall any local or special passed law estab nor 1 0"1. I') OP \ |>|M I110>'-
A"re. mol. or lishing Fttll T \ \ III': :
Youth commission visitors to Union or
brow Since we don have much recently showed ser were County 435 pounds 16 per cent superphos I.x..a to be sold are evidenced ., or .boll.hl" .munlcll.al.te. 4'.n... 111 ,... ,

future to look forward to, why | we are predominantly in favor of Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I phate we then have 00 pounds nitrogen hv ..rlll..lle Nos. 671 alI 494 of Iont, provldlnl and powerl.lovorn. O.NTI"1. l: IIBlnI": '.1\113 :' Th., :
19.12 ,
i I the New Deal. We want work at Robert Crawford and 80 pounds phosphoric acid 193. respectively represent terlnl or amending the sanTe, be '1010' IIIl ''
should be You for the
we so energetic unr.all tax. unl... notice of Intention Il'al. .
can't be energetic when you're not decent wages-the kind of work daughter Esther, returned to her and 50 pounds potash which Is year 1911 both Inclusive, to npplv therefor Ih.1 have beenCubllHlied 1.,1 ,..pl 5. 1" : 1'" 1 I
we like. home here after amounting to 959.42. In the AUK".t 7, lila: "" '. "P
Sunday '
Unfortunately have spending provided
we .
I exactly as much plant food as is m.nn..r ,. .P
ALSO 7. h
: All I.otl 6, 6. 7, 8 or .,' the or thing Allu"t : I I '
only one life to live on this earth the past six weeks with her par contained in 1,000, pounds 5-8-5: rr tIR IhS of Ity., See 88 Tp. to be affected may Ier my .cr...Inl 11' '" ,d.' 0" '1 ""or
and its moments are precious to ents, Mr. and Mrs. G C Fountain, fertilizer. Or If we want to con R containing 2J2Acres which notice shall lie, Ilu.ted. r.r hI t.x. t... I ] ,
'less. the ] .
more or provided by law at least 11 .rtlr.n -I "
I m'Un.r
BUSINESS us. We want security. The New of Tampa vert the manure Into the equivalent The tuxes to l>e ROI are evidenced thlrtv ilavs prior to Introduction "", tol...", ,po

Deal promises those things The Mlsa Mittle Prlvltt. of Jacksonville of 4-12-4 fertilizer by certificate : and 427 of Into tli", Lorr'-Htnre! nf nnv stioh .rleR ,In ," "" ,
we simply 1931 and 19.13 anil bill. The .. I.l' t <1/1/ 'l
r "C:15v2"1
represent "\'d'.n. that "" notlcp i 1'1
Old Deal--and the no-called spent the week-end here with 0'1 ,
DIRECTORY I I add 600 pounds 16 percent super the unpiid for the has tieeii published shall estab : rlo'all' S. I' "
Democrats---wunt to return her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. phosphate to four tons of manure vears 1930 to 1138. both Inclusive, lished In the Legislature before such Com. at I p, jl'' I IW
.amounting to $354.5ff. bill be passed, and such evi r..n.r W' ,,' '
to the catch-as-catch-can and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford. Ihnl '
devll- and Me have the equivalent of ALSO: NM t>f Fra.1lt .. I be filed or pr..rv..dWil Iun g..t IUn r. '" ,

take-the-himlmost laws of the eco Miss Effie Crawford of this 1 1,000 pounds 4-12-4 feitlllzer. ,' l..c.N4.f. 7 S. It 21 U.. the hil In tho office of the W..t 111 C..., '.," .toI

nomic Jungle, with wealth and 'section entertained many of her Progressive Farmer I .ontalnlnl 29 Acres, more or as the Legislature State l In shnll such n : : I; I J .I" ,',r; :', :

The drink happiness for the strong and ruthless I friend with a pound party Saturday I The. t..xel to be sold are evidenced and the fu.t that such notice ::1'n"" Oi':I.....

already entrenched starvation night. IIKI'OIIT OK TIIK ( I.iilK Ofr' 'I'IIIMM : hv certificate Nos. 153 and 428 of established In the Legislature Hhal r.rtiUrate X" 1 1 "
; <' 'i ir roiirrIn I 1931 and 1933 respectively, and represent In everv case be recited upon : W of NW "r : I "
that and misery for we who are .1 nnd for llrmlronl lountr. Klorl.ls, the unpaid taxes for the Journals of the Senate and of the 10 Aro'e. .nld I I:1., I ...O<

Just beginning to fight for a liveli on ni'4'oiint off tsves assessed fi,r the yeais 1930 to 1938 both Inclusive, House of R.pr..entatv.l: PROVIDB.D. 8 T..wnahl.6 "I'' hie.." :..1
NEW RIVER ..". 111:11.: I'. .\. Klfill''lu amounting to h I of any contalnlnJ ,. .. ,, ., ,1' "
everybodyknows hood. Mrs. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent .. tollertur.County ALSO: of 49.8.> NWVi Sec. such law v'arID be required here-i I C..rtl. le No.. ', t.
Older I 6 Tp. 7 N4 R. Nli n., under wh.n such law contains a I tn.t H..1 oC Nnrh"! ., "", -
Generation: You're not -- 44 Acres, more or contalnlnl provision t< the efect that the same !, Noulhea.t Qllarlel I, ", ,

I patriotic. ,, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby To Balance due Proper_ _'2,7t2 04 The taxes to he sold..are .vld.nc.d shnll fective not h."om. operative or Unad : r,. .''b
h ratified ,
Youth: If you mean we should I and son, Joe Dowllng, returned to Fly amount collected ___n 21580 by certfl..ate Nos. 405 1389 of at a referendum election or to l, .. e-I I..n"e or 22 En.t. conI, '"' I I".
To Balance ____.__ 1U11 r.ap.cv.ly. and represent 108."he
I due .li76.24 ed and held In the .,
5 shoulder a gun get on a ship and I their home here Sunday, after Fine *: ForfeitureTo the unpaid taxes for the In accordance with territory a affected a.aeam.nt o II., I ,pO.ty

several in Valdouta Balance due _I 872.49 years 19.10 to 1918, both Inclusive, therefor provision und.r Cerlr d' I'
protect some big-shot's foreign Investments days spent '- h' amounting to $78.31. contained In such bill, or I was In the n.me .t '." 1 .'Ib,",
Hy amount collected ____nl 67.45 provided
by Jr. ,
.... or help some munitions I Ga. I To Balance due .. 80504tountr _.Said.tax_ .certificates_ together with! gen.r..1 law. -"T_+:_th. a..e..m..nl... ""I..''h.._. ,.'''d : ..pn
COCA-COLA manufacturer Mr R. J. Turner and son, Kenneth "osd and BrldneTo .. suDsequeni omniea or eviea w.wn
BOX. CO. make more I In the name of Unknown. .
money I Balance due ._________13,190,07 taxes wil be sold to the highestMilder A JOINT RESOLUTION Wal an
I assesment ot thi
while business visitors to Orlando Plopol'nl th. wild
waving an American flag, were Hy amount collected ______} 28975 the Courthouse door In I an Amendment to Section 1 under certificate No. 1283 wa pr> p.l..
WE ARE sure we're unpatriotic We'll fight one day last week. To Balance due _________13.220.32 Starke on the 26th.. day of August tlrle !x. of tne fonstltutlon FlorIda name of Uertha UreenUnless

PKESCRIPTIONEXPERTS In defense of our country, but not Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby are Balance County due Mrhool_ __brnernlTo ..-_ $.1,49005: A.lat.O. .13 .at the 11:00: 6th.o'clock. day A.of M.Au Relating hv Add'n"' to Th..r.lo Taxation a R.qllr.-and Pinance redeemed said ..prltlcal. 'hal b].'

in defense of Industrial and business 'receiving congratulations on the Hy amount collected _-- $ 269.75 1938Ol'FK'IAL. ment Provide Shal ertles described.Iho.r..I.*. WIT tr 'ol
To Balance due _... __. J.2.0.3ICounty > ( SKAL) Hal.lnM to the 'h. .
'I leeches on the body politic.So arrival of a baby girl, Aug. 23. She Polls $ A J. THO IAI.l'l.rk 1 l..trny Attp! Approlr'nton.' Made house door hlghent on bllI.flMt u Monday"iun I

CARPENTER'SThe on, ad inflnltum. These has been named Beverly Jo. To Balance due ____$ 18200Ily of Court of of Public Ih. Sys the Month of S.pt..mb" i l"- "M,

Imagined answers of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and amount collected ___ h NoneTu Bradford County 1'lorlla. tel State Schools, and of Is the 6th., day 1"1') 'A D
youth are
Rexall __ .. ___ In"tllt..n. of Higher
Store Balance due f 182.00 1-3t.8-2.
based on a recent youth survey, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp attended Totnl .tllh-..rhool llrcnlurTo ot I'"Br""r the expenses IU8.JII..." this' 4th rtu' V i*

I made by the American Youth the American Legion meeting Balance clue .. _. __ ___.4,481.29 IO'I'IC. OP \rl'.. VMO\ th. Hlale h. and "" tl'ualu' >r 138.OIl'ICIAL,
_. __ T \- .KKn: Th..rewl ( SEAL)
Complete Line of Hy amount collected $ 269.66 .
I mission so they are com-I at Klngaley Larke Sunday.Mrs. To Balanie due $3,21164 4H..n8C. HIM ',.. 1..1NOTICK ) rt 3.7.JlRSOT.VKD BV THK LKOpinrT.'AI13 J. THOMAS

GARDEN SEEDS thentic examples of the A. S. Crosby of Sunny Total Miil>-Nrhool lloiulnlTo IS HKUBBYOIVKM, That OP THn STATE OB- i'lerk of CI.. "nBradford >><
Balance due __ _. _..$4,00385Ity Mrs. Hinilah Kelly holder of TaxCertificates : That the ,"""t I da
Also and answers of the majority of I Brook Farm, Is spending a while amount collected .. --.1 365 57Tu Numbered r..p."tve- amendment of Section : folnwlno' 8-B-51-9-2.

FEEDS & FERTILIZERS I modern young men and women 18- with her son and daugh ter-In-law, Balance dun $3,637.28Aarlcultural ly. 1.140. 1341, and 1342 .. Al. IX of the Constitution of Florida
gust 7, hits filed In to
1:3. name my r..loln" taxalol and finance be .NOTICK OF Al'PllfT1O> FIR
25. They should form some slight Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. I To Balance due _. ----a 174.51Hy office made application for ? 5 "Sm | hireliy a/r.,1 to TAT DKr'n: :

SISTRUNK'SFISHIM Indication of the trend of American Miss Martha Collins, of Jack amount collected .$ 1149 .tax.. deed to be Issued thereon. Said Ind ified Ihal 8 to Ih. (H""I. mil %<>. nu' >
embr..e.Ih. .1..lor. of the State of Flor NOTICE] IS HEKEBV'nr\' !
sonville Miss To Balance due $ ItlJ.02To .o.tlt..al. r..ctvel"
visiting Betty ida
civilization and give reaction .. tlr or relectlnn L. ,
"' ..I.... 1..1.... folowl." properties r.lrlral'ol at U. Powell, hokl.M i I 1
(; aries serious food for thought. I Crosby Saturday night. Balance dua $ 87 26Ity In th. of Bradford, state of to th.he n.xl held In "! Ke". ral election Irate No. 293. Issued I 'v!

TACKLE Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and! amount collected __ _9 H,75 Florida I \ Ot.WID. November:' I9J8. That August, A. O, l'>28, '11.-- um
Orange County Chief. ; I h'lt Section 4
;1l:; children and To Halnnce due __ _. ._ 80,ElItond >. I 1340, tlhra. !v'. .5y r"n tltutlon nf of Articlei0JJhe In my office and '',.' i Ptlon (
All Sizes!! RifleCartridges ---.--- were visiting Mr. llnnd Itefiind NK | of .N'K'i platted and snme. Florid. ba for a tax d< .il! i .<
rf.i Mrs. Brown at Hampton Sunday To Halame due 11.8:18.84: Klngsley' H.hrhll No. 1 with the as to th.lend as follows. hereby amended so Miereon. Said e-erllfl ,I'' ,br"!
'J" I JUKE" ORIGINATED Hy amount collected t Ml, lfiT. t.lowlll exceptions. to-wlt: Lots ._ __: .. the following described ', irtf I n
afternoon. a. n* T h u n TIM.n "Mn t'nn' .. t. "!.. r .L. ," ct
.. .Unlu.1..u...m... ..1......... .. ..1.,VI17, *)U
.u ;x"LI' : iik '
/ BRADFORDHARDWARE WITH NEGRO SOUTH Mra Susan Carrol, who died al ..., llrldire InterestNlnklnit .t IT, IS 10, 20 nf I/ Fr'Br' tor. ralHln&rev.nle to Florida, towltSouthwest :
I 0 Section 30 Township 8 South, | th. State, In-
her home In Leesburg, was burled ot FundTu QIIIII" i '1f
CO. | llalame due ... 'G,363.57 Unnire 22 R..t. containing 40 Acres, o''Ilnl Ilat. 1..olrlntl..nl for the ,. ,
th oast 10 i I"
I at New River Cemetery here Monday Bv amount, collected __ .. None more or less.i UfUVi of Quartei :, .
I public free sihools North-west i i .
Mallle Martin says the lexicographer Tu Balance due 15,3113.07i i: 'erttfImte No' 1341 embraces provided In accordance ,
h with In i
i I r. ts 17, 1* of Illk n. Lake Klngsley Article XII of the N.uth-w. .
North or South who are searching the Mrs J. E. Crews and baby were Hi-ltrlits No. I. In NE'/i of NBVi Sec.an 1 I Constitution, nnd of the state In- Township 7 -","i"

Kiuit or West _! I books of Intlqutty for the origin visiting her slster-ln-law Mrs. E. 1\0'1'1(' -: or mi.H OFt 'r.\X TII A a. n. 22 Ka: .t. each stltiitlons of Higher Learning, for Hast, containingor '.
e '. fiscal and also less.
tu'rIJo'u''I'N'I 1342 emhriaces y.nr. suffi
Gl\o It u Test f of "juke" or "jook" are on a cold A. Sapp here Monday after attending NOTICR lt IIUIOBY,; OIVEN that 1.01..I.tl'I.I.l>, 20 of Blk 6, 1.lk. Kingslex cient sum to pay the principle'I and The assessment "i ,J,or

louMI find- ( l trull. the funeral of her n. C. Kelley has fllnd with me writ Heights No' 1 In NK' of IVUVi Inteiest of the "xl"tUI 11.lebt"d. ertv umlvr flu >iiniIII .
Our MILK thePeterson's..... ten request that the tax certificatestoitether Sei" .IB Tp I 6 H. U. 23 Kant i n.e.. of the State the nnme of P I I IUnless ; ..
Those of us who Mrs. Susan Carrol. H
i are said certid
acquaint with all subsequent. omlted The """e..I"t of the said property A JOINT IlK-ioLTTH_ '
ed with the nature and dialect of or levied taxes held by the State uld.r said certificate No 1340WIIH I''An Ainenilment Pr i.r,"'lng deemed a'rordlnl i "I ,'.
Dairy be advertised. and sold to the highest I In the name of Unknown; the to Article XIV of the i-rlv' dp.'rl.d t i '
I Southern turpentine and lumber ONLY OKLAHOMA? I bldded. for cash ns provided by UHMffSHinent. of the said ptopertv undoi "nn.llltiln!' of Florl", f"lntln/ to hIJh. 1 blilil
UNDER EXPERT Industry negro laborers recognize A render of this paper received Chapter 18293 of the 1937 acts of I ,. said certificate No 131 was In Mlllill house on th, i 1 1a 1 ,'
HANDS II i the J"acl"llture. upon the followingdescribed tin inline of W. W the asMe al lltonll 'llol "" ", applrn the month of SeptiIs I '.
at once the term "Juke" or "Jook"as a letter from a friend in Oklahoma U.ab. F..d..aIY ,
real e.tat. In the County >.Hinent of the said under I n."lnl. :
'"' Thut'tt where a shortened and therefore easy I last week. Among other things he of Bradford State of Florida to- said i .I'lltlnll No. 1342 was In the Nllon.1 Trolp"Oln rd. 1lul'lla P relrht R23r;: d.iOPFICIAIj 'J'

>ou are whenyou're means of expression coined by mentioned taxes. "Everything, be wlt. of : nunic\Tnless Lnknown. : 1' RESOLVED' HTTIln ( .SKAt.)
NE'4 NEVi Tx..pt. H 14 ..la 'el.ttlc"tel shall be : O TIIK f.FO. A J THOMA1flerk ,
". In these simple children, to designate said, "in Oklahoma is taxed except Acres & SUV4 of / & NW redeemed a..Drln/ the properties ril.A1"'IU, ,\ : Thnt the STATE 'cf ( .uKradford t

our that place always found In every asafetida, and the only reason of Mi',4' & NEi; of N\VV4 % ... .. will he sold amendment to Article roll..wln/ i ".

......,r shop. 21 Tp 7 S. It. 20 1., contlllnln& to 'ini- highest bidder at the CourthoiiHe Constitution of Florid 7.29-lt-8-26.
( ,,:- turpentine or lumber industry there wasn't a tax on that was because 144 Acres, more '"r.1'! _the 'first }'Monday! Inini i1.6? .t.t.MJ!".'li)!hy relating Ihereto. to
) The taxes to tie sold are evidenced .vimiui or n.. 11,1,111
llf.fn which
"negro quarters where the negro none of the lawmakers knew .ppo.lo.r n. ..... election known
3 Friends Barber by certificate Nos. 73 and 96 of Is the 6th, day of September A. U. I ". Sec Ion 6 of said Article '
Shop men and women assembled on how to spell it and there wasn't a 1933 and 19.14 respectively, and represent 193MUnteil sneclally, applicable to the federal-XIV IV ('11'1'1' 4'1111'1' IIHII H"'J}

VV. B. MtJNDY. Prop.t Saturday. nights to dance, sing dictionary In the state house.-Tltusville unpaid taxes for the year* this 10th, day of August A. I lv.recognUed state troops k.uiwn >T1.. 1.1111I
1931 to 138, both amountIng n. 1!'i 11OFFICIAL. .is the National (luard Is herebyo'ih' ('II.>< Kill'. ;
gamble, drink, and otherwise make Star-Advocate. to $ 85. Incu.lve. ( SRAIOA. .d tl ..n.1 """ he submitteddVhfor"arfrfrca0ltnh'or8'eec J. C. WELLRKOrKi'laintlfl

EE MK BEFORE YOU \\1UE merry. Therefore a place of Jubilation .- ALSO: SKH of SBVi Ex- N 12 J. THOMAS I
A & Ex 10 8 Acrtts & 814 of iek of Circuit Court of I ? tfoFn10.r, ; -v_
hence nicknamed the COLORS IN
Estimates' Cheerfully by negro AFRICA of of Bradford Ihe n""t U P v
HWI4 SKVi A 8E' of Clunty. Florida. l.ner.1 to be held JONK3: and AI\
Given "juke' or "jook" he stated. I Tons of colored comic sheets are SWVi Sec. 18 Tp. 7 3. I E., 3-1 .4-9-2. 11" :lo Plecton JONES his wife.TleremlHli.

To the elderly stored at the Bush Terminal containing 40 Acres, or ni-r"A *'I-ORIDA NATIONAL
negroes many
less. VOTH'H OF Kf.Ffl IOCOVaTITIWONAk > .- Whenever there shall OllltKR OK PI HI It1 110
E. A. WINKLER of whom still are living, the term Brooklyn whence they are shipped The taxes to be hold are evidenced AMENDMENTS I he in the State of "'Iorld. a federal. NOTKK TO .
by certificate Nos. 63 and 18 of 1932 WHEREAS, the legislature nf 1937under '13 It affli'' "Ted (
means! a "hall" where they gathered to the west coast of Africa for sale rcllnl..d Ouard, the appearing by
Radio and Electric Service and 19.16 re.p.ctv..ly. and represent the Constitution of UM. of .ame sul generis and stibjeit to the Bill of Ooml> ; ,,
for a good time after the week'swork to trading posts In the Jungle. unpaid years 1931 the State of Plorlda. did to the lawful orders of the cause that the defend _

You'll was over hence a place of Traders wrap all purchases in the to 1938. both Inclusive, amounting Joint Resolutions pioposing, amendments I JnThVV'. who .na" bo Comman".r Jones and Alyce A I< '* l'f(
EnjoyEATING to $.18.I 1.S..ld to the Con.tltton of the ih *h' The 1.N l Ouard ore each ; '
"Jubilating and funnies for the natives won't dtate of n.-r."I.u' IO'
hallelujahs. buy tax together with w"reaacr.1 .hall u.l'pportte"' nnd ''ntalned' and reside at 8147 '
Such frowned if all .....carttlcate. or Levied to by a vote of three fifths by the "' *'IDrlda to '
are by ordinary wrapping is used California
With Us upon paper taxes be omlaed the of all the members elected to each P.ovl"lon.i of law pur.lant for lr"n..l.o'l. Cr,

the negro parsons and deacons of and their sales resistance falls in wil the Courthouse door highestbidder In houHe. that the votes on ..10 Joint organl.lnM. "rmlnl. pre.crlbln" and OVlr Is years of agn i <"' ,vi.| ,
Resolutions Kov.I'nfnl no person In thl> T .
OrangeBlossom the church because they are, to proportion to the amount of color Starke on the 2nd day of September respective Journals were entered upon their In upon who.. "! kitK.of ,
with the. accordance with Bubpo..na r
1938, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. yeas Acts of ConStI7e'sl"vV -
them, places of Immorality where In the funnies. It is not uncommon imteri this the 13th day oC August. and nays thereon, and they did de r."uIAton.! of Ihe! United de'.ndf f "..?

I men and women spend their time to see a native striding through : termine and direct that the said : : : thereunto RDERED that you H r'.L,,,0
1:18.O..1'ICJAL Joint Resolutions he submitted to pertaining I | d'rally
Cafe ,
in sinful revelry-"walking jaw the bush his eyes popping eagerly ( J.8KA7 ) the electors of the State at the General recognlied National day September 6, 13.B., '7n>

I bone and jumping Jim josle." at the cavortlnga of Jlggs, or Tlllie Clerk THOMAS of Circuit Court of tle..to.: In November | 3.. '"' '" th. Adjutant Oenerai; entitled cause to '' ..?.,,.,1
ORE. I, A. .hal .appointed, and shall be sub. plaint tied against y
i SERVICE The foregoing quotation refers the Toller-New Yoik Journal andELECTION Bradford County Florida. Ornv Secretaiy of Slate of the State to the Is thi "Jt,
suspension discharge
I l-19-3t-9-2. _,._ _._ _. removal I _& ,. f
.... ... of "'Iorld. do hereby give notice nr ni *mi' .."j n' n.. ./
to certain negro dance step, call n..A .rl.. _'n" L- V --.u. w urvmeni B.BnroficT" iudlO''
that 'Iy on lh" baHI.' I the following; 10.
WITH .1. ed "jubilee"' which calls for one :o"I
man and one woman dancer, RESULTS Hill >o. will he In .a..h county In Flor determined according to army B. and i'' 111"I
A SMILE 1 4..C. 111 ida nn next re"ulllon. and of Lots 57 and BS, ex' '
t standing opposite each other Information The alert Shelby (Ala.) Demo NOTICE li HEUKBY: :, That first d'"RYh November.succeeding A. the D. I I ftj" hlng u.agp.this Constitu of-way of Rv I Inn'
holder of ,
W. H. of N.A.L 'W'
to step out of line in a crat reports the case of a man Tax nr.ham. No. 179. 26/2 the DM, the .. being the I Ing. to(d the contrary notwlthstand. 12, and WK .
Houston 1..I..d EIOHTH ) The qualification.
(e.ttl..al. DAV OP
Service NOVEMBER of
Sta. off I- of Section Z5. all
cake walk toward the center, jaws who was defeated Ignominiously 4th. A D H37. has for the ratification or rejection of 1.1 and soldiers of the FederallynrSi.lSni11 22 K.,
protruding, until they meet, when when he ran for the office of sheriff. made filed I office a tax ana deed has to I the said Joint Resolutions propos I ,Ntttlo" l Ouard snail he otherwise the allegni.
PLUMBING I ing "".nd..nl.. to the Constitution I i 1 Jn.n>ll" ry regulations hill of complaint will .
each dancer cuts a step called be Issued thereon. Said .
certfl..te of the State of Florida, via: pr..mlllal.d IS ao'rord.n.e with th* confessed by Brau. .
Prompt Service at ; "Jumping Jim josle"-a kind of He got 55 votes out of a total property embraces In the the following County of Bradford, I the A Amendment JOIN'P RESOLUTION of Proposing .pecltleatone. O< the U' 8'h Telegraph, a YOI.duly quulaper. ,_'-

Reasonable Prices 1 buck wing dance step. of 3,500: and the next day he State of Florida. to-wlt: X of the Constitution Section, Relating 7 of Artlclt I v<" : : ln / with Is' designatedpaper > ) I f

Let Me Estimate' Your Job During these Intervals of single walked down Main street with two *". of I.ot it A All Lots 27. 28. I In the Exemption of Homesteads .Hal" proposed.. .ompl/lnc., d the published In which each this '> '0'.'
36, 37, 88, 39 ft of Lots from Taxation.MB .anvaaa. once r'
So an.
C. M. RITCH couples dancing, the idle dancer guns hanging from his belt. 41, 4J. 41 all Lots 45, 53 IT I he.or-, Hhal.Iar..ton.l .lhJ..o.t to r.turn.the consecutive weeks ,1

I..often call out to the two performers "You are not elected, and you 64 In Woodluwn. Section 29 IH"\TlRE nESor.F" nv TAP LEO-OP aa.e r."ulaton. re.trlcton. turn day ffil,
Township 6 South. Range 22 T* law WITNESS my hanweal 0''
: "Go on boy, ((01' gal). Jubilee!" nave no right to carry guns," felowcltlzena East, containing 130 Acres, more amendment: of That the following electrons In th. of Florid""?ral at atarke. HradtInrlda > .

'FRESH FISH / This practice Is akin to that of [ told him. or less.The I X of the Constitution Section of 7 of the Article State 1ST TESTIMONY WHEREOP this 23rd da>' 'I '
assessment of the said properly I have ".. .
'cheering on performers to greater "Listen folks" he replied "a of Flo.ld. relating to the exemption
At hand
All Times. under the said certificate Issued of from and Itflx.d l the Ore.t OFFICIAL SRAM
;1 effort. The term "Jubilee" was I man with no more friends than was In the name of Hector and .the same. Is hereby taxation., agreed be'j' (SEAL) Seal of Ht.te of Flor A. J. THOMAS r >'

shortened too and became "Go I've In this needs to Cameron and shall be submitted to the elec ida at Tallahassee, the As Clerk of ClrcutBradford I Ia
: got county (
,,' MagnoliaFish Unless said certificate .hal be tors of the State at the Oeneral 'aplal. the 30th day Count'
' ..J 'iII I to It, boy, (or gal), Jube! -Oka-i carry gunsTh American Mercury redeemed ac"o.dln. to the,I EI..Uon of Representatives In A. D. 1911. KVIOHT KNIOHTStarke

Mkt. loosa Messenger | i property d wil be approval or rejection: 13.I R. A. CIRAV. FloridaSoUcltor
sold to the highest bidder the ti, lay, that the said Section T of '-12-m-ll-4. s cretarJr o* State. for plaintiff

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,_ __ R\.DFORD C'OrNTY TELJlGRArn: STUUU:. FURID.\. _ru:1I'___'! TU"".
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I 'purge" busiuosa. Woodrow Wll JEWS SCRUD VIENNA STREETS I' !\II'> and Mm Vollir Stalling HOME .\M> THE IJ\RV I' ,
Hon t Kik a" ,ictlve
voice In
"IN THE i onI -
HUSTINGS' Mrs Bill Tnhnson, Elder ,
and Mrs Home
i I /KrowHior.al. iurl senatorial rnces ii ., was never home before
1-- E! R Bowl'rHlnd/ Miss Lettleeowirs '
far bark Till the baby cameLove ; 't : \
with i as 1918 to punish m> um ,
bents who deserted him when n. were visiting W C Connri no golden jewels wore, !: i. ".

"\ JOE GRAIN carried the country into wai Piilntka at tho Sunday Glendale afternoon.Hospital in Till the baby came, .t : :' l

\ i There! was joy but now it seems H ;\ V
01 ,- -- }) !Mr and Mrs, Felix Sapp, of Dreams were not the rosy dreams. JI ::1l. t

\ Despite the re- but it failed to name a date for The various! muni, .um Branch, were the dinner Sunbeams/ not such golden beams- :ll'l' ''I' I:

ports that Governor that primary In The clpoJities Uirouxti guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con. Till the baby came. 1 :
1 r simpler words, if ilI'I, i.r't.
Cone la "doing fine the out Florida art' not nei Sunday.Mr .
governor's office should become II '
that he will soon be vacant 48 noun before the general Amendrushing In ti> grab and Mra. Jack Underbill Home was never realty gay ,.;' {; J
\ moved Into alr- their share of thi. were visiting her Till the baby came ..1 '
an election date, a special primary parents. Mr. and ; : I
conditioned bedroom merits federal "lending< and Mra .lira I'd forgotten how to play ''J'I
" would have to be called on that Maiming, of Vanderbilt ,I' Jj',
on the ground floor I short notice, and a Democratic spending funds. is Sunday Till the baby came; 01

,. l-xe: <'utivc Mansion at TalFlorlda's nominee selected then. \ the politicians had hoped ihcv Mrs W A. Lewis spent a few Smiles were never half so bright. f I
would In 11'jlt
every city whenbond 1 1i Troublea
political blg- never half so light, .
days last week with
And the Mr. and Mra.M .
l crux of all this is issues ,
thnt .
are under .
. now consider ,
ahead never took to 'I I
now going with Florida < Mott. of Brooker. flight :
"> elect a new governor at that such politicos are convinced i tlon strong opposition has devi-" Mr8V.. E Lewis and Till tha baby came. ,!'::1.
'I'II I'' a special primary will oped to the plans and< rt"f"lIb HI' sons '
':vember general election hllve i xrul.is and Clyde, of Plant It.
I to be called this year and forecast in most One town City, :
spots Home
was never half bleat r '
. uder to select a Demo- so
I the ,
pout week-end .
with Mr. and .
\) already the dr
hustings are reverbrating has
already licked a bond inmi' Till '
nominee for that race, a Mis K K Lewia the baby came. ) ;',,,1'
<< with the under-cover dlckeringa providing for the erection of :. '
Lacking "
primary must' be .iheld, of I something that was best "t :
aspirants to the shorttetm schools with federal .
previous to the a giantA ------ +-- Kisses were not half so sweet, \
ime gen- job that will be at stake. concerted has VIJ.NNA.OI"I1I11I1V Although thi Nazi purge of lews! in Austria
(tlon date 'i been launched in several already South IIUH be,"r ni> teci'i D.:<. sti 11, ">nor8hip .lumped! ,down on th' lountiv I nllIo( TO tlUF\'r Joy had not never really found so complete our stieet, ;,!if'I': '
: political observers have I I Who will be Florida and East Const counties when ,it biiMimo .1 i ,nt of Oiinnu hut up until now prevented any ]I The famous jockey was taken Till the baby came '

"to ,ihe erior of assuming ,, Who' didates' That's can-ax I I to put a representatlVB of their photo, !*,! "I'hs i)'> from tUppiug nut nt the country and xtumlng! people in maidenly ill His grouni so aim'mod .;, 1'j'/\' i ,),

President of the Florida I ticklish question. i i district In the goveinor'a chair Ini othei nut'''I1M JUKI how a i purge,. uoiks In this striking photograph' the trainer that ho advised him Edgar A Guest. I I "

!r' Stuart GillN, would Wants' Stuart Glllls will be. i i 1941; the voters feel they have we 111. 1 J. WH. moeit' I Hum plileilon bentli l knees scrubbing one of not to take chances and to visit moaned the Jockey I I

'I\ tin gubei'natorlal duties J, Turner Butler, 'hud little representation in the tho mam Mieetn, of ionnu. while Swastika studded Naila look on and j a doctor "Well, didn't he do .fl I. :

I ,not)" Cone resigned from I the Job nominee.to the senate past decade CIO unionizing I dcrivt .i rient u", ,il I >n>[ .ininvment from the humbling of their former Later the same day tile trainer good ?" you any J ,

,, "i c or if his continued ill presidency, will nativities, piactically stagnant'' neighljoiH. 'Thix .im.i/inn plttuie wus smuggled; out of Vienna at great found the jockey still as sick as "I dldn.t go In YHien I got to : ,! I ." .
now, will under In earnest ever. .
I get
, i ,ide it impossible for him not be Of the men who campaign way risk l hy ,i I'efuglhunwlf a victim of this gieat perHecutlon. his office there was a brass plato ,
" ed for the job two years only when the orange pickers return to I II "Didn't you go to see the doctor r: "
mrge his duties; and that I ago I I on the door: 'Dr. Kurom, Ten to .' ,
their jobs again; and with that labor I told oi1" 1"1
n few are seen as likely ,. I you about asked the '
,, i Gillli would retain that asplranti trainer One I wasn't going to bother //1' < I
group as a backlog, organizers Varied Activities PINE LEVELMm. .
Raleigh Petteway who went down :I I
r. intil the Senate met again I with a long shot like that!"-Wall !
'. when the post would paaaii the home stretch with the winner, I will attempt to drag many other In Baptist Church : II. :\McKue: Correspondent "Year I went to his office" St Journal, i j I'
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hands of the succeeding is seen as a likely entrant: "Home trade groups up to their fireside, JI
stead Bill" Hodges, who battled The American Federation of Labor ----- We aie to hear of the i'
cut That is not true. The BO sorry
jr' Servtcis will be conducted at the
.mxtltutton provides that inn desperately with Cone for that heads in the state are already lay ness of our pastor VV E. KEY-McCABE .
.1 ing their plans to battle thla invasion regular hours in the Baptist 111-// FUNERAL HOME /
J ..'nt a governor resigns, dies, second-place spot in the first primary K R Bowers filled his

. "it .mp<'ached, or for any other rea- would probably try his luck .which Four they know la coming Church on Sunday, At the morn- ment for him at Pine Level I MRS L. O. Mc-CABE, Ijwly Attendant '1" "
constitutional amendments
again, Dan Chappell! is being whls-, service the Rev week-end. '
,or '> mes unable to perform the Ing L A. Shepherd JACKSONVILLE, MUA. \
I will be on the general election VIA. '
'dui" of his office, the office pered as a candidate, but this I will speak to the congregation Mr and Mrs. F W. Whlttlngton; 45 W. Church-Phone 5-1538 SO St. I'I'
| ballot in November, in addition George Phone 27
ui."i If' declared vacant and the writer doesn't beieve that Miamlan i on the theme "A Church at of Orlando, spent the week-end ;;:t i
the regular slate of "otfyear"
>rc.- 'tent of the Senate shall act would go to the wars again for a I Work." In the evening at eight with Mr. and Mrs F Fender. \ 1 :-

"until the next two-year term. It is doubtful, too, candidates for state and o'clock the sermon subject will be t I
(' governor gen- county offices One amendment i Mr and Mrs A, J. Fender visIted ..I .'
"' if \\any of the other rumored .
'lection If Governor Cone aspirants "Candles that Glow.
ra the bedside of Mrs Fender'smother '
should resign today, Senator GIllls to the governor's chair in will relieve county tax them assessors to All members of the Sunday In a Palatka hospital Sun UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. ; .} t
by legally
ROHM 1 assume his duties; but a ] 1940 will risk their all In a special School, and especially those who day afternoon. L. C. :SIcCABK, Pifdldent, Jarhnon' >IIIe, Flo. t
primary.race grant homestead exemption privileges ,
net jovernor would be named by remembering have been "vacationing," are urged Mr and Mrs. VV. .
to other than "heads of R Halslop. ofj i II"
in, i ople in November If Govern |: as they will that they can to attend this Sunday, in order to the Rifting section Industrial Life Insurance .
family The assesuors, since pas / was
'"one should resign after No- i I I not four-year be candidate term again for the sage of the act, have been illegally help the School reuch its attend' Mr and Mrs J. L (' G. U !S\PP, ltt"prt'flt'nt1lth'" | e :! i i1_ .
Vhdtlng/ ,
to" Glllis would take the of- / i
ieir exempting homes owned by ance goal of Ill, end thua "go over day afteinoon. I

n net! hold it until the leglsla- I The situation la so aerloux to-I widows single men and women I the top." Offlceis of the school' Miss Lucile Bowers of -- -. //1; \ ,<.i

nects when .1. Turner Butmdentelect ) day that Infoi'mal caucuses are being Another amendment will take will announ plans In the very drain section spent Saturday night I : "

.. would assume I held all over the state; school teachers out of the special near tutuie for the nnuunl, :SuncUiy:! and 1 Sunday with Mlsa' Odessa( Mc- OF *

And Butler would reign enmities are being POlitiCal// classification they now enjoy, and School picnic which will follow the I Rae. I I IMr INTEREST TO VOTERS OF :,; ii 1 i j

rnor until the general elec1910 and political scars are list them as state employes. This attainment of th. attendance/ goal and Mrs T N, Noi'man I STARKE *:

I eil and! the boys "in the know" means they will not be paid out of The BaptlHt Tiaining Union will and! family and Eldon Sn PI'. all I '. ,./! 1
are getting ready for a real meet at 7.15: P. M and all 13 Y. .i 1' / I It
1937 legislature made it im- sur-I a special fund but take their of Gum Branch, weie visitors at I
prise election sometime ( P U'H will assemble the Chuich Here Is a Uepitnt of N, D Walnwitght. Jr'a ; '
> for the State Democrntioivt I places on the state payroll along H M McRne'a/ Sunday afternoon i : letter to the '
.' committee I name November. An'd the people of FlorIda with nil other employes: and with I at eight clock for the opening of I A number" of people of this section alntlm News- 1trtf. >
fnr Cf ?rlA 'a-1 may just as well Bret in the the Evening Service. f i'
w.* nr\tr"01 f W-A r."Ug" other employes, enjoy the satisfaction I 1 attended the singing class at !, '
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in Becoming unduly alarmed by same boat with the politicians, i of knowing their pay envelopes The congregation enjoyed< a de- I the home of Mr Imd Mrs Vollle Starke, Fla, July 20, 1018 1 .

imor that Dave Sholtz had realize that something very unusual will arrive on time Another I put.ture from the regular procedure Starling at !Starke'; Friday night I I The I'alatka Editor 11 ,

ICCK 'od the committee into an Is in the wind, and begin plan amendment takes the promotion lust Sunday night, when members Mrs A J. Fender and little I Palatka. Daily Florida News .f." '

ment to name him as the ning to go to the polls on very I and dischaige of National Guard ot the B. T U. who attended niece Betty Jo Denmaik, were I Dear Sir: r.." r\ I

i rrratio nominee for late short notice, and cast a vote for I I I the in DeLund visiting VI. r Connor the : \
the officers out of politics and makes Assembly! spoke in RIs- j I happened to bo at (lie City Clerks office Monday when i'
Senator Park Trammel's somebody In whom they have com of their at the Ing section Mr H r. C : ,jJ t
such personnel changes conform to j'I briefly experiences Monday. Blltch. of your City called by to sea tho! Clerk in '!
: :
no* he legislative act removing plete confidence. the rules and regulations of the 'I Evening, Service Miss Ruby Sll- We are glad to have Mrs, Paul regard to getting the City Clerk to give him a favorable letter ,ii,

thj luthority from the commlt- # I United States Army The fourth cox, speaking on the ,recreation activities Underhill home again after spend about our municipally owned light plant, and It so happened ," .1

i ff specified that any major post Washington ob-'! amendment requires the advertisement at the! Assembly, drew a ing a week In a Jacksonville hos It that I was paying my light bill at the time and complaining about t t .

musl i be battled for by nominees Lex servers are now': SO days in advance of any spontaneous response of meiri- pital.Mr of being the pliint so high./ I want to say that our light rates, regurdleso : I '
being owned
elected at a special primary confirming this colGreen's purely local bill to be Introduced ment with her sober but unexpected and Mra Britton Alvarez rates In the State, and the by citizens the City of Starke aie among the highest '., I
four-week's\ into the The statement that "eating and and children spent Sunday with cannot afford to
umn's legislature politicians enjoy the comforts that electricity will afford them in a home. .j
old prediction that will have some fun with at sleeping were the greatest recre Mrs. Martha Addinon, at Raiford. There nave been numerous people Inquiring of II! t.. J '
COME ONE-COME: ALL, 1 ma aa to t'
To the Plans Le* Green, second least three of these proposals, ations" at the meeting All the our municipally owned light plant and I have told them all of I ;!: .i'V .

district Congressman which we'll go Into further in the talks were individually well-done, RISING the high light rates and unsatisfactory service that we have '

IAWTEY DANCE HALL, I' will not be a candidate for near future. and together they revealed a fine Mlti* Edna Leu In. Correspondent here, and I sincerely hope that thla will be of some benefit to J f
Hound and Square Dancing values the citizens of Palatka by letting them know ; .J ,
reelection but will, instead, make appreciation of the deeper the truth. : ,

Muslo By ; a state wide race While earlier HAMPTON of the Young People a Assembly. Miss Varlle Lewis returned Yours very truly, 'r !
I N, D. I
O. P. HUTTO i he had hinted be wanted the governorship I Misw Ada Nimmo. Correspondent Two departments of the B. TU home Saturday afternoon, after WAINWRIGHT JR .t'

some intimates believe this week '. ,
were plTlc-mlnded spending two weeks with Elder .
AND insFourPiece Also his Announcement ,
his eye may be upon the Senatorial the Intermediates< enjoying; outIng anJ Mis W E Hall at Green Cove for Mayor In last week's Telegraph: I. & I'
Rev W T McGuire, pastor of ; ,
String chair occupied by C O. Andrews at Kingsley Lake Thursday Springs
the Christian Church of ,
and wouldn Mr, Roosevelt Hampton moinlng and the Seniois following' Mi. and Mrs H P Fonts ..ndchtlditn TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF STARKE: It'. : "
Band : be in a pretty pickle if asked to filled his regular appointment here with, u btvimmmg patty and picnic I Iin of Lakeland recently I am a candidate for Mayor In the City election to be held r .

SATURDAY AUG. 27 toss his weight into that battle! I last Sunday The attendance was the iitternoon spent the week-end with Mr. und I'I September There have 13th and earnestly solicit your vote and support. -,'t" )
good< and his message was very been rumors circulated that I am In favor '\
8:30: O'CLOCK I Incidentally, Mr Roosevelt I Interesting Mrs Shephetd regrets. that she I Mrs H H. Lewis They were on I selling the Starke Light Plant to outside Interests Thla la ab of ; t \
) isn't doing anything new, in this their to Tennessee and North 11 solutely false. I It ,
did not have II camera in readiness way am In favor of our municipal plant 100%: und .
.U'aa..' I'"n.'n_ .n.."Uft T..( a, .uh I
.g u "uu U' u last Friday afternoon when Mr Carolina. ine e rumors were circulated by my political enemies for the "r ':f'l i I II

has been visiting relatives here for Shepherd successfully: demonstrated Misses Dot Crosby and<<1 Doris I piirpoaa of defeating me for Mayor, !

several months, returned to her the oft-iepeated preachment on Strickland are spending a few I I FEEL THAT IT IS A FACT THAT WE AIIE: PAYING !! f I <
: Sunday. FOR OUR
days with relatives in Jacksonville ELECTRICITY AND BELIEVK
"understanding among all races !! 1
L A Johns and family spent: I of people"' While swimming In I't THAT OUH LGHT BILLS COULD HK: RKDUCK1J. I II I
I the week-end at their home heie''I| Little Santa Fe Lake us guests ofI Mr. and 1 Mrs H H Lewis, Mrs I AND OUU CITIZENS THE SHOULD HIGHEST BE::! RATES: IN THE: STATE t '

I and returned to Ovedia Monday I Mr and lira W. B Mundy, the "VV C Conner. Mrs L L Con I I LIEF AS MOST OF UH ARK UNABLE AFFORDED TO USE::! THE SOME AMOUNT RE .",JI.\\. t\

morning I party WUK joined by one Louis a ner, Misses Irene and Varlee Lew- OF ELECTRICITY: WK WOULD LIKE TO. I .'
_._ I 't I
Rev. Newton of Green Cove It
would bo I
negro boy who performs a number -- -- a pleaxure for me to cooperate with the Bond 'I' '
TRUCK Springs will preach at the Baptist I 1 of duties about the cabin Encouraged I TiUHteea and the City Council atonic Iho Miica above suggeated. .L. '
I Church next Sunday morning to dive from the pier Sincerely, .
i which extends: generously into the : .
Miss Deulah Ivey of Miami who lake), the boy unwittingly plunged t...r..rl' IUrlt.kl.......) 1I/; It'';

ECONOMY DEMONSTRATION has been the guest of Mrs J. T Into water over his head, and after H"Kal'llIng the Item In thn Pulatku News: It wan Intended .

Guy has returned to her home a few moments' frantic gyrations to discredit the letter our City gave Mr Blltch as well aa I I' ,

J P. Summers of Gainesville convinced the party that he could to convey the Imp'eKIIlollthat, our city plant is a liability and : ;
that the
was transacting business here this! I not swim at all The Minister, being wright, people could mifegunrd of Pulatku their learning the TRUTH from Mr. Wuln- ': '4 I
Interests by voting
I week. neureHt the victim quickly plant for their city against a ") ;

Prof John Guy has returned to covered the dls.iince of two or \'rlll"i i-no*'1'1"11_vi II n I"U The fact III that the City gave an << ..;. '
.. accurate
IM MirJHOI"VI' > NiiounIII'VVI.KS account of our it J
his homo In Durham N. C. after I
successful plane
three yards and I the resulting and that Mr
lltllMCE :\<> Wainwright did not His sub e,1'' '
a visit with friends and relatives scene was intiee 1 a atuily Clinging "\ FLACK quent 100% loyalty to the plant and hlx statement that ho la a '', ; ..

here to the Minister's neck. (which FOK NICE PEOPLE" victim of political encmlva do not measure up to facts. 11 .

George and Marvin Williams would have been \i.' s.mlrou tactics A true citizen is obligated to at all times boost his homo .

accompanied by their brother Runnel in deeper water) the negro town and Ita institution! at every opportunity But It In a low ; J 1.

I Williams arrived here last boy furnished a momentary tab type of citizenship that permits him to make falwe and negative IJ I I
reports to the chance
Saturday They have been visit leau of that proximity of each to or neighboring city. : l t.

I ing In Fabius! and Valley Head, each which has long been described Regarding raten, I quote the following figures: M'

THIS TRUCK WILL BE AT Ala as "closer thnn a brother"
15 kwh 23 kwh 40 kwh ..
The Church Manual Committee Starke h_--------- 1 48 _____2.47 ___ 3.IW If 1
GUM BRANCH met at the home of Mr Arch Green Cove Spllngs___l.IIO2.8L( : ____428 .

Annie Muo Ilurnnge, Cor. I Thomas last Tuesday night, to discuss Bartow -------------1.5O\ ._____2.BO\ ._-___-" .00 'I':
J. W.\ ANDREWS\ JR. form and content of the' St CIouil -----------_ISO______30O_____ _320 't\

; Mrs Joe Dobbs and son, J learn Church Manual soon to be printed '' Gainesville -n_____. 150___ .__2I5O./ ._ 3.SO ( '

I Ocala _1.:50______2. ______ .
I ie. of Lake City and Alton Dobbs I The Committee expects to submit -------------- BO i 00 t I : '
Palatka 160______240______ t'
---- -------- 375
YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER FOR A SHORT of Raiford were visiting J. A ; their final report within a few KlHHlmmee -----_____1.71283: ___ _,3.BOStarke 'J
Harnage and Mrs!. W F Harnage i I daya. Each m<'mber of the Church I ',,:

ONAUGUST Saturday afternoon will be given a personal copy of I has few large uer The average! H around 40 kwh. I ; I
STOP I the Manual the and Study the above chart anil. aee If Starke tins the '
W. R. Kersey visited relatives In I compiling I In highest rate II ';, ,
Brunswick, Ga, Sunday and Mon I printing of which ha-s called forth state. I'' \,'
much interest and enthusiasm I know of a home l I"sn than 3 miles from Starke where the \
day.H. first 10O kwh coats $14.50 and 2(10( kwh cowls !
19:50. Also .
29 Keene and son, Vance, of among the officers and members cane where a
a 15: hp motor in
'I Hampton coat 8 cents for all used j'i'
Shamrock, visited! friends und relatives of the Church no matter how much '

here over the week-end. Starke rates are not out of line with other small towns and ;'

The Rev. and :Mrs.! Raula and Rev. G. D Taylor of St Auguatlne. they carry many other direct beneflta. to the city Our street I

ARRIVING AT 8:45 A. M. little daughter, of High Springs, lights represent an Item of $3(13 per month; about $100 a month \
the Rev. O. D. Taylor, of St Augustine for water for sanitary' sewers; free fire hydrant*: and iilx or "
and the Rev. and Mrs. Misses Evelyn and Ethel Mae eight PWA offices get free water and light; traffic light; and I
Coleman, of Heilbronn were din I many other services l I

SEE THIS LATEST ADDITION TO I Lloyd dinner Johns of of Heilbronn Mr and ,Mrs.were J. ner guests of Misa Annie Mae : Our plant Is our one best. asset and has turned In most 'j' ": ,
of the financial!
and Leila Harnage Sunday, I clty'a support during the depression aa well I ,

TRUCK LINE AT .I S. Sapp, Sunday Mr and Mm A J, Yarbrougb II I 84 having saved Ita credit standing: by paying more than $60,000 \ I I I
THE FORD church services In bonds.
Those attending tha
I ioMFORTat city not received I plant money It would, not
Mr and ;
II at the home of J. A. Harnage Sun and ions were visiting have met Its obligations and would have gone bankrupt ,,

day afternoon were Mr and Mrs.XI. Mrs. Earnle oJbna of Woodlawn, this modem, fireproof! betel la Ik* I realize the move that la being made to undermine our I 1 ,J,

I M. McRae and children, Mr. and Sunday afternoon. heart ol dowamn ladaoarO!*. Every city owned plant, and pledge citizen of Starke no two-faced '

},[rs. O J. Jackson and son, of Vance Keene, of Shamrock, foam radio.with l ry tub bed and wllb(bower taneraprba, wit water mat-, I citizenship If elected I will fight for nnd help our plant in I ;h I
every potmible
Pine Level, Mr and Mrs. P. D. Misses Anine Mile and Leila Har- bee* and readlaa lamp. Binuunf lev way t

Reddish and children, Wash Davis nage. Mi' and Mrs. A J Yartrougb water ca ererf Door.voroiAM. I ;

the Rev. and Mrs Lloyd Johns, \: Kudolpb Cbiam and K. C.I| r iasicocrr > W. E. MIDDLETON

Jr. of ilbronn.. J. D. Reddish\ of Keen, all of ths section, attended I An.IOONCC aad cornz SHOP \
J. Andrews I Qi I epuHQ H l l lMOTIL rAMJIITE: FOK MA I' f.
Water Oak. the Rev. and Mrs. the party given by ]dIu Effle ,

I Ir Raw, of High. Springs. Mrs E. E. Crawford of Bootsey s Beach Sat rAf TIM f MOtlk OltOTO I Paid Political Adv.

Green, of Sandy Lane, and the urday night I _-r.__

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Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Woodmen and
The memory verso work was ex-

Entertains With Woodmen Circle II FAVORITE ceptionally good this week. The Southlmuno

younger children who attend are No. 200-Due Stark .
t J'
QcietfA1Irs. Delightful LuncheonMrs. Enjoy Joint Picnic RECIPES taking a great part In this activity. No. 207-Due Stark. i II o:, I 1111I.

W. !of:. Wainwright was a The summer home of Mr. and There is no greater assurance of No. 203-Duo Starko I J. noI

charming hostess Tuesday at 12:30: Mrs. Louis II. Hill on Kingsley _. -- a happy future for children thanto No. 201-Due Stark' I',', I, I 1'11I.'

o'clock at the C. A. Knight cot- Lake was the scene of a Joint pic- Ire Box Cake hide the Word of God in their Northbound 111I.

tage on Kingsley Lake when she nic of the Wodmen Circle Grove of for hearts.
From the number requests No. 202-Due Starke
Chapman Is Luncheon Miss Redgrave and :Mr. entertained the Afternoon Bridge No. 278 and the Woodmen of the Mrs. G. C. II'win's recipe for ice The assembly room was especIally No. 204-Due Stark 1 t0 1>.11I.
club at luncheon. World All Friends Camp-No. 138 I II,
box cake, we know you're look- at'ractlve. There were many No. 206 Due I'm,
Hostess To Bridge Club Torode Honored With Mrs. Wainwright had the lake when they celebrated their annual i Ing forward to this week's "Fav- beautiful flowers. They were pre No. 208-Due- Stark.- '; I III: Ma.
Mrs. L.. F. Chapman was a delightful Buffet Supper cottage attractively decoratedwith outing Thursday afternoon from orite Recipe" column. And we sented by out of town friends. No. 214-Due Starki.. ,100'I. ,,1.0.
a variety of summer flowers two o'clock until 7:30.: M
and Edwin know those who did not know Tabernacle Starke 'III.
hostess recently when she Miss Lulu Redgrave Bus Agent
will be and a tempting luncheon was serv- The Woodmen Circle chartereda about this cake will be just as gladto Beasley',
entertained her afternoon bridge, Torode, whose marriage an I ed on the card tables in the liv- bus to alt the Juniors and This week we expect to havea Service Station oPI'.t', '"' .
entertained carry the recipe for It. This recipe oUr
event of the Fall, were get bouse.In .
luncheon at her homeat I ing room. guest speaker at the Tabernacleand
club with a with delightful buffet circle members to the picnic makes one of the most delicious
a supper
After luncheon the guests en- grounds and the Juniors were entertained a good attendance ill anticipated. -
the State Farm. The rooms were given by Miss cakes that we've ever tasted and
Tuesday evening joyd playing bridge, bingo, rummy, with swiming, I that The music will be an added South America/ .i 1'' il, u
games '
attractively decorated with a vari- Lois Adkins at her summer homeon another attractive feature Is attain a length 'PI
and "race horse. oi
and boat rides until six o'clock attraction. t J JNI1'V
i don't have to cook it.
ety of Summer flowers and place Kingsley Lake. Mrs. O. L. Beasley won two linen you
when a bountiful table was spread lb. butter Don't miss these Inspirational
card tallies were of an attractive Zinnias and magnolia leaves dec- guest towels for making high score with tempting food. Just before 14 meetings. Some marvelous things
orated the large living room where in the and Mrs. Ethel 6 egg yolks (' '''' ''''' -: "'I.lInln..
bridge ,
time for enjoyeda )
flora pattern. eating everybody 1 teaspoon vanilla from the great Book are being 'OW"'I *: I.H.Il' ,,

After a tempting two-course the guests were entertained. Sup-and Biggs won a linen guest towel for talk by Mr. V. P. Miller, state 1 cup nut meats (chopped) revealed. The Bible says, "My Let n lorn I men nh. '."..'r4
served style In
was second Mrs.J. y"r
per making highest score. obtnining :1"1 .
of the
the enjoyed sev- manuger of the Woodmen 1 Ib. people perish for lack of knowl Irn ,, ; rr
.lo ,
luncheon guests the guests were seated at card W. Andrews the powdered sugar ronr II "hlo"
eral progressions of bridge.At won rummy Woild In his talk he stressed the 6 egg whites edge." It is evident that there is Nrnronnhlr, Ilependnhi| .,
ables. prize, also a linen guest towel. Kert. IrrO. .
importance of the two organiza- of too much of
no danger learning
the conclusion of the game almond extract
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins assisted her :Mrs. O. L. Haynes won two linen, tions to -a teaspoon J. PIIILI.IP.. !.??.?.,
Mrs N. Sternberg was presentedwith a community.Then >, lb. vanilla wafers the Word of God. Be a Berean.
daughter In serving her guests. handkerchiefs in the bingo game a
a pair of hose for making a letter was read from Cream butter and sugar together I
After supper, dancing and num- and Mrs. N. Sternberg and Mrs .. __ : __ ___
.."a .I"h._
t Con. ress n R. A. Crean ex teas -- ----- u
or ma ping .
we highest acore .v g thoroughly Jiuu egg yvin.aittv
erous card games were enjoyed. J. P. Burns were the winners at I ; AS NKAIC TO YOU
members and Mrs. LeRoy Roane Miss Adkins presented Miss "race horse." They each receiveda his regret at not being able to at a time beating after each one. I FLOWERS

received a pair of hose for the attend the annual picnic but that Add extracts and nut meats. Beat AS YOUR TELEPHONE
dish her deck of cards.
Redgrave with the clwp to -,
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visitors' high score. he was with us In heart and I whites until stiff and fold into '
Fiesta china as a gift of remem- Those enjoying the party with
thoughts at this time. Then all Line bottom FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
In the game of bingo Mrs. VV. brance of this lovely affair. the hostess were: Mrs. J. W. An- I mixture gradually. I I ,,,. .
enjoyed the picnic dinner. of with one-half the vanilla! ALL ORDERS FILLED "
M. Wainwright won a Jar of home- Present with the hostess and drews, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. O. pan I I

made preserves and Mrs. O. L. honor : Mr. and Mrs. L. Beasley, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. : Out of town guests were, Mr. wafers, which have been finely ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY r' ';), .
guests were
the cut a roll 'MUller! of Lakeland Mrs. Louise crushed. Pour mixture over waters -
Haynes won prize ;
Richard KIdd, Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. L. Haynes, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, J
of date-nut bread. I of Jacksonville, Miss Hope r Miss Mina Manassa Mrs. M. F. Adkins, of Miami; and Miss Dor- and add remaining wafers. r"APPRECIATION

Guy, othy Desmukes of Mobile, Ala.: Allow to stand overnight in re- MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke
Those enjoying Mrs. Chapman's Haynes, Miss Martha Powell, Miss Brown, Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. ,
who was the guest of Miss Vonda frigerator. Cut into squares and
R. Mrs. L. F.
Linebaugh, Chap-
hospitality were: Mrs. J. W. Andrews Lillian Sternberg, Miss Georgia .
Sam Alvarez, Al Manasou, man, of the State Farm, Mrs. O. Inman. top with whipped cream.Kgg -
Jr., Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Haynes,
Bill Graham, John Redgrave and ''C. Irwin of San Antonio, Texas; Mrs. Inman, the district mana- Ring
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. Ethel Mrs. the Circle invited all those Mrs. Irwin also sent us a recipefor
Lt. B. Sternberg.SpendtheDay. R. Wells, of :Palatka; and Mr.J. ger of ,
Biggs, Mrs. O. L.. Haynes, :Miss P. Burns, of Atlanta, Ga. who would like to enjoy dancingto an egg ring which makes a delicious -

Mlna Managua, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, + remain and a large number re and attractive luncheon

Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. H. C. Party Mrs. Fred Guy EntertainsAt sponded.. dish.

Bitch, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. For :Madge BrownleeLittle Kingsley Lake Both groups wish to express to 8 1 hardboiled small onion eggs I WE, the undersigned employees of CLARK HOWELL

O. C Irwin of San Antonio, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Hill their sincere ap- NASWORTHY, take this means of expressing our sincere .

Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta, Miss Madge Brownlee, Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jacksonville, preciation for the use of their 1 cup celery chopped

Ga., Mrs. C. S. Lindsay of Wln- seven-year-old daughter of Mr. who with her husband is spending landing at the lake for the an- /i; cup parsley chopped I best wishes to him on this his 35th birthday >September

ston-Salcm, N. C., Mrs. LeRoy and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, cele- two weeks at Kingsley Lake nual picnic. 1 or 2 mint leaves 1)), and expressing our heart-felt appreciationand

Roane of Jacksonville, Mrs. W. M. brated her birthday anniversary with her parents Judge and Mrs. 2 envelopes Knox gelatin gratitude to him as a sympathetic, fair, understand.

Wainwright of Tallahassee, Mrs. Tuesday with a spend-the-day par- A. Z. Adkins, was hostess Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight I1a cup mayonnaise and
ing co-operative employer.
ty given by her mother at their Va lemon
W. E. Murphree, Mrs. J. A. Lan afternoon at three-thirty o'clock

der, Mrs. S Stubbins, and Mrs. home on Cherry St. when she entertained at bridge. Hosts at Bridge Party Salt to taste

Leo Wiggins, all of the State! :Madge and her friends were entertained Zinnias and magnolia leaves Outstanding social event of the Put eggs and onion through JOE S. STARLING

Farm. on the lawn and at the were used I in profusion In the spacious week was the bridge party Tuesday grinder. Chop celery, parsley, and II
.. mint. !Soak: gelatin _In_ cold waterfor "
---- living room 01 me AtiKins' night, given by Mr. and Mrs.C. JT, KIRKLANDESTON. .
five minutes. Combine all Ingredients -
summer home. The large mantel I A. Knight in their home on
FLOWERSFor and chill in a ring mold JORDAN
above the rock
fireplace was banked Call St., celebrating their four- :
which has been rinsed In cold
f All OrcnHlon In Any OHlgii with magnolia leaves. teenth wedding anniversary.The .
water. When firm unmold and fill
Wired To Any body Anywhere Upon arrival the guests were
served entire lower floor of the center with boiled shrimp, which
a refreshing punch by Mrs.
MRS. N. D. WAINWRIGHT I home was thrown open and was have been chopped. Around the
, *! Guy, Mrs. Adkins and Miss Lois
PRONE 103 Adkins. artistically decorated with many ring arrange rosebud beets, tomatoes -

After four progressions of bridge lovely flower arrangements. Choice radishes, asparagus, avocados'
roses and dahlias, placed to ad- and other vegetables.W. .
Mrs. C. C.
Hoppe was given a box
vantage, lent an artistic and dec
of note paper as her reward for
I orative touch to the rooms.
making high score. Mrs. E. L. C. T. U. 6'
I Matthews received Mrs. Knight was becomingly
a linen guest
Vote For -
The W. C. T. U. have
towel for making second high. gowned in a blue satin model fashioned -
with bodice and kept up well in interest and at-
Mrs. D. A. Monteith a tight very
won the bin- ,
W. D. (DAD) PENDER go prize, a linen handkerchief.Those full skirt. A miniature corsage of tendance during the summer. This $

rose buds, worn In her hair, com week's get-together wall be at the
playing bridge were: Mrs.J. ,
Candidate For E. Wilson' Mrs. D. A. Monteith, plemented the simplicity of her home of :Mrs. R. L. Kemp, Friday _
afternoon at the usual time. Y
CITY CLERK OFFICE Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. N. Stern- dress. MAG AllN

berg, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. K. Tallies of dainty floral designfor Swimming ,

Fourteen Years in Starke. All of you i G. Duncan, Mrs. Jack Williams, the ladies and of a novelty design Enjoys Party I \

know him. Thank you. I. Mrs C. C. Hoppe, Miss Lois Ad- for the men were presentedto On Birthday AnniversaryJ. \

kins, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. the guests upon their arrival 4
Misses Marlon and Helen Dowl- A. Martinez, son of Mrs.
L. F. Chapman, and Mrs. B. C. by

Prince of the State Farm. ing who, together with Miss Jean Nellie Martinez, of Tampa, was
-- --- -- -- the honored guest at a swimming
Miss Miriam Guy, of Hampton, Davis, assisted Mrs. Knight

and Mrs. Beulah Ivey, of Atlanta, throughout the evening.At party Tuesday afternoon from, four L I
until six o'clock at Hampton Beach
Ga., Joined the players for re- the conclusion of the game rte v/
when his aunt, Mrs. Carl Johns,
freshments.Mrs. the ladles' high prize, a brown J
entertained for him. J. A. cele-
HALL'SALL Adkins assisted Mrs. Guy leather bag for Fall wear, was brated his twelfth birthday anniversary .1e .. 's acC'Q
In serving an ice course to her awarded to Mrs. T. T. Long and .Din.
at this time.:
guests. for men, an electric fan, went to 9adm

K. G. Duncan. Second high for ladies After enjoying swimming and j I 4k
WEEK CASH SPECIALS Edwards other water sports J. A. and his + s
Carolyn Is and men went to Mrs. -" '
friends served refreshmentsof +
ette Kincaid and Major G. were
Honoree at Birthday Party sandwiches, punch, ice cream I
NEAR BERRY MARKET win respectively. Mrs. Kincaid
and cake. Mrs. Johns assist- I .
Little Miss Carolyn Edwards, received a hand-carved vase and I was )

.- .- -- -- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mau- Major Irwin a double deck of ed In serving by Mrs. Martinez .
rice Edwards, the attractive The table which held the birth-
was cards.
FLOUR 24 Lbs. 55c BACON Best I I day cake the lakefront
guest of honor Friday afternoon was placed on m .
Mrs. C. W .Chalker the
won gal-
i and was covered with a lace f m
from four until six
o'clock when I < 1 11'0'
STD. of
SNOt. : Beans 6c Side, Lb. _ t3c II her mother entertained for her onl,I note loping paper goose and prize in a game a portfolio of bingo I cloth. The cake, iced in white I n Am.rleaa *?T.d-wn d.n-'. I ** fJ a5.rlaca pouch troll Grown. t n

ring her fifth birthday anniversary atl i was topped with twelve pink can n .".f Hom.i _a floor BI loaraal
Mrs. Ethel received half- = "rr n
Biggs a
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. dles and other pink decorations. ._.. .t.,Ia" A maid _. S 71' C sl Caner
.p. d r
dozen and E. Jo"- t.dgaoulhY
Johns Sr. orange juice sippers Those enjoying the withJ. '''. P ..,an- t 71A.II.N. fJ Count -, i
R.// party 011' .... ??Nom. n
MACARONI 3e I M. Davis a deck of cards.A S 71' 0
pk MEAL, to Lbs._ 19c11Z The spacious living room of ice A. were: Othma Haynes, Jr.. o HOIII'h014 Maqa''''. 1 op f] papa Jouroy t n
tempting course was serv- I
Johns' home George Flynn Jr., John Anderson, I R
was beautifully decor-
Lb. pk SALT 3cAspirin I ed to the following guests who QMeCan'.tajogOT--"mat LJ110a1. A+ 1hC7
Anderson and KIG.dLr'era'
ated with zinnias and coral vine. Lyle Bob Julian 1 11110. ,.
GRITS to Lbs._ 21ct After Carolyn and her little were present to enjoy a delightful McRae, Carl Lemar Johns, and OD.a pa at.. aqaal"-_, O F+1.a d"n it i ,r
o .. i T 1 iaar oPaaanda
Tablets 3c I friends had played games on the evening with the hosts: Mr. and Jerome Johns. i a ( O Lpharo Woagada.. rr0Ttdotia
Mrs. H. C. Bitch Mr. and Mrs. J. \.
I 71'
j lawn they wrt-e Invited Into the I ---+- --- i ..r7ano.r CPeWrr.. Nom.
E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 1 T'
H t living room for refreshments. A METHODIST Cilt'RCII"The o I'roqt .. -
2 SIZE STANDARD BANANAS table elaborately decorated in pink Burns, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Arithmetic of the Cross" 0.-ItCl ett...o- 1 op 0 Cl Ptab 0,11ri-.161rru.r
Mr. and :Mrs T. T. Long, Mr. sue" 1 T' Praer..tl. t ,
TOMATOES 6c crepe paper and made to resem- will be the subject of the morning a ... '80c>1& T' 5""" rr
Icr. i mlynf
Mrs. N.
and Mr. and o
ble a big basket, was placed at worship service Sunday at 11 T.... CodmiAo I Trr Q oulb.rroa p esaultuy.L ,
Fancy 4 Lbs. t5c Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. o ... Aqr\ct>
KITCIlEN one end of the room. The birth- o'clock at the Methodist Church S opl O WDa? W ld -.- 1 p,
W. B. Wh warl4--
Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Elmo .
day cake which centered the table, the Rev. Frank Robinson, pastor. g --- -. 1 nI

MATCHES, 3c ONIONS Fancy was Iced In white and was topped )truth, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Assisting in the service will bea
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown,
with five pink candles. Adding a special selection on the pipe organ -

Corn Flakes, pkg. Se Texas, 3 Lbs. tOe further decorative note to the cake Miss. Mlna Manassa Mr. and Mrs.C. by Mrs. F. H. Long. The ,! o
C. Hoppe, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs.
was the inscription "Happy Birth- choir under Mrs. Long's direction ,I OFFEB MO. OFFER HO. 3
day To You." Jeanette Klncald Mr. and Mrs.E. will also be heard. 1ALL FtV1I ALL FOUR
M. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. L,. D. Thli' N.wipapor,I Yr. FOR on This H.w.pap.r, I"". FOR ONLY
Mrs. Edwards was assisted in Church School will convene at
POTATOES PEANUT BUTTER Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demor- J }
Vining, ailni
u. s. NO. 1 I serving refreshments of ice cream, est, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, Charles 10 A. M. at which time classes for 4Ma..Croup B $2.10 3 imamgroup A 52.40

Quarts 20cIILV'E cake and punch to the young folk all age groups will be conducted ,
Darby, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat ,
to Lbs. -- -
t3c I by Mrs. John Shepherd; Mrs. In the Church School rooms. The OFFER Ha S .
thews, Major and Mrs. O. C. Irwin OFFER NO.
Loose I Richard Kidd, and Miss Kate evening Young People's meetings I Thl N.w pap.r,1 Yr. ALL FOUR 'Thl.N.w pap.lYr. ALL RutMagatfn.r
ROSE of San Antonio Texas Mrs.
Struth. Each child was given a ; will be held at 7 o'clock at which FOB ONLY FOR ONLY

RICE, 5 Lbs __ t5c COFFEE, Lb.__ 9c balloon as a favor. D. C. Forehand, of Albany, Ga., : time devotional programs will be 2 "lIIaroup A }$2 25 2 oasiGroup A' }$2,55Magarlnn
and Mrs.
I J. P. Burns, of Atlan-I IMaqcnln B
About ;
twenty-five of Carolyn'sit ta, Ga. directed by young people in each 3 from Croup B
friends were present to enjoy department. .

MILK, any kind, tall, 3 for ___ __ 20c the afternoon with her. ) I The evenln worahl aawt.lMA. .. ....rill... "- -. '. .-' / ALL ptVE
g p : ...
T. Story I
r op ONLYI
I I Boys BandEntertained be directed by the pastor. Several I. ." .< ."'. _.. '. I Ho..h..ld Maymin. 1 Y' YOa

TOILET TISSUE, 3 rolls ______ __ tOe Children may be thoughtless, but,' at Lake congregational songs will featurethe I I' rori5E.ri> CountrY Good atorlu H am. I r }$2.25

you are an adult and should not service, together with pipe '. .. .,,. THIS NEWSPAPER 1 TrMcCan'
OLEO BUTTER be Blow your horn and give them Mrs. E. K. Perryman entertained .
2 Lbs. _____ 25c for members of theboys' gan selections. A abort 01'-1 "
all the room you can. recently
will be
delivered. Alt FIVE
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COMPOUND LARD, Lb. _______ tOe party band was given at Kingsley In appreciation Lake. The of Evening prayer meeting ser-'' Woman'.tori. World Y'n } 1'0"1' ONLY 10 _
appointed hour they found their vices will be held on Wednesday' Fenn rmmsol I $2
the fine that is being rOwed
T-BONE places for lunch at a long table progress evening at 8 o'clock by the Boardof I THIS IlEWSPJUlEB zt / ,
STEAKS Lb. ___ t7c made by the boys under the direction -
_____ under a tree. The table was lace Stewards, of which W. P. Smithis
I of Prof. Carl Roberts, who al-
covered and was centered with chairman.

' i Foremost Ice Baby Lima, GreatNorL'tern the birthday cake, which was iced so directs the school band at Lake .
his home.
where he makes
in white and topped with seven City MISSION TALL AND alsNerRlilrsRe IoiaOSReIYRrRarG.all.m.nt

pink candles. Novelty favors were Members of the band enjoyingthe TABERNACLEThere

CREAM, pt. __ lOc BEANS, Lb. Sc found at each guest's place. outing were: Arch Thomas, I was something applicableto

During the afternoon the little Jr., Emmett Ferryman Comer all in the subject under discussion I g IoM irbl.l pls... used mar

folk were served punch and cake. Perryman, Bobby Biggs, Mack I during the Bible study tii. maf ln.. I h* '
LUNCH SPECIALS Mrs. Brownlee was assisted in Futch, Tommy Bitch, Garland Godwin hour at the Mission Hall last Tues- r .ab. rlpllon to year n.w.pnp?.r.

entertaining and serving by Mrs.S. Bernard Jordan, Leonard day night. O Ham OfferPAGE D Oaf off.Vi

., SOUTHERN STLYE BAR-B.Q __ tOe E. Brownlee. Smith, Jr., Julian Griffis, and L. The subject was "Come-Go!" It

Those enjoying the day with M. Gaines. Is necessary that a person "Come"to N m3tr..4-

DELICIOUS HOT DOGS Sc Madge were Joan Dlnklns Dottie A school orchestra will be organized Jesus and learn of Him before
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Sue! Biggs Peggy Ann Wiggins soon by Mrs. A. E. Wall. they are equipped to "Go" and tel a R.F.D. .. -

TRY OUR FRIED CHICKEN DINNER Betty Ann Flynn, Isabel Parker Lessons are free, and not only students others the story of the Gospel.

I Patsy Dew, and Virginia Way, of but other young people of This the great commission to the Town :ad Stat..,?

./ Gainesville i the town are invited to join called-out ones-the Church, the ale-!soar 01 tt ttl# -rltlr_



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Mr and Mm David;; Ennttand I I,r M F Brown recently purchased I I Mrs A D Williamson, of Bra- :I TRAIN SCHEDULE by .. .iufi.,11., sots 1.nd/ Ik of !II'I '
baby. Joy of Tampa are guests lf'' I t'W! unit 1'i.H: ,I..ip.. tivily and r..p- I
a purebred Guernsey cow and a | denton, arrived today for a few I II Schedule of trains arriving/ here 'H.'nl( IIIII'Rld ,IIIMX fur tin/ year
I Mrs J. W Morgan. pur, ':ned 1 .in-rnsej hull I from the 'day viHlt with Mi and Mrs. H dally Subject to change without I'liifl I lo nils, both liKlitxlMurnount, -
Bits of T L,. lIuston estat In Uiimswlck I''A Bishop at Klngsley Luke. Mrs notice. liilC' to (23i 08.

Mr. and Mr. H. A. and I Ga. I Williamson in en route home from South hound One ALSO: NV'Irot SBVi Sfe 6'rp
Bishop StarkeNo. 7 M' n. go B, ootitalnlnB 40 ,
daughters, Miss Harriet and Nina !: Charlottesville Va. 1-Local_______ 10:48: p. m. Acres mar or lose.
Bishop, spent Monday In Jackson-j I I Mr and W. I No. 107 ____ 9.03 Th" taxes 'to bp Mold are evidenced"
i Mrs. G Stringfel- -Through a. m. by cprtiricntf-*. 68 end 61 of 1130
Local Ne ville. I I low and family, of the State Farm I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Way and Northbound-Due StarkeNo. and 1934 retq/ecttvely, and represent
II nnpiild fixes for the
I[ are spending this week at Kingsley daughter, Virginia of Gainesville, 1 2-Local_______ 8:15: a. Da- 19tN, both InrluHlvr, am..unll"W yours 1929 to to '
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Little Miss Montis Hutchings of Lake with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson ,[ were guests Monday of Mr. and No. 108-Through____ 5:04: p. m. 983.63

Gainesville, la visiting her grandparents I I ** i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Virginia re- i Dally except Sunday all Mold ubnpiiuent tax c-ortlflcatm omitted together or! f.rvlciltaxoH with
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hutch- I malned for a longer visit with SUrka and "'UI1I1_ Brunch will on sold, to the highest

Ing*. I Dr. S. and Walter 1 i Madge! Brownlee. 'No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. bidder fit the ('ourl hou.... door InHtarkn
Sternberg on the 8ih dAY| of Hcptomlior -
i Shelly, of Daytona Beach spent No. 102 arrives Starke 1:60: p. m. 1938. at tOIl: o'cloek A. M.
Mrs. J. H. Benson and children I Seaboard Airline Railway Dated .thin the 20th, day of Au-
"" -I the week-end as guests of Mr. and J. E. Norman and family have 11.1. 1938.tUFb"It'IAL,
Paul Knight spent several days Miss Edna Pearce, of Miami, is spent the past week at Kingsley I Mrs N. Sternberg at Kingsley moved Into the Wm. Monden place T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. SHAD I

.Jacksonville this week. the guest of her mother, Mrs, Bence.Lake as guests of Mrs. Hildabelle I I Lake. which Is now owned by F. F. ('oj..J;' THOAfAS of' PlriMilt Court of

Bertha Pearce. I Flume Mr. and Mrs. Monden moved 'O'I'U'I' OK 10\11 OK TAX riradford County Florida
I I several months ago to the central .'In'1'I: I'll" t'I'9.J.. 8.2fl-.1t-
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownleepent Mrs. S. C. dirndl and sons of I I Mrs. W. H. Perkins returned to' NOTION Id MKUIiUY Tuesday In Jacksonville Mrs. Curtiss Padgett of Miami, Ormond, are guests of Mrs. Car- I j her home here Sunday after spending ; part of the state. filed iVitilnniiliir-I.tirton with nin written Company i-Kiiucxt that has

Is the guest of her parents Mr nell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I, two weeks In Lakeland as the and Mrs. J. W. Prevattt Scott. guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. B. ; Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. G. omlttnd or lovlad, taxes
"m the know" read "In The I I held hv tho Htntp ho ndwrtlnnd ...ndH..I TO MY FRIENDS
Be Trask. C. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez
Livingston, ,
in the hlRhfxt btddar for exalt I
week In thllllllllM'r.II' .
11I'\lII\ !: each A. E. Wall and Jimmy Flynn, of i Miss Isabel Fernandez, and ION prodded| tiv <1lilitnr| lH2'tl') William Duncan, of Jacksonville, i I I*>t7 i"<>tM of tho !K"lflntirit.. upon
will the week-end here Jacksonville, spent the week-end Arthur Manassa left Tuesday George McManter spent Sunday .hll llowlnn\ di. >KiTllivd runt potato
spend with
) j M Evelyn and Marjorie I here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I for 1 I afternoon In Palatka with Mr. I III, Ih" .wily nf lliudford' ', State I ;
Wednesday In Gaineallr his mother, Mrs. A. E. Wall. li Lakeland, where he will make I .f VI,ililn, lo-wu: appreciate jour Interest
ump pent L. WVj tll. his and Mrs. H. C. Richard ., n. mod wishes, tint I have le-
home Mr. Manu sn will be A'0. it sic',. 8e I Tp. 7 S 19 good
., Joined later by Mrs Manasita and I-: roniiilnlnii 80 Acres, more orl clued not to run for the officeof
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l bats.The
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. E. J.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of baby, Ann. Mrs L. K Dinklna and dat.gll'tl'l' City Clerk of Stiirke In (heSepteiiilM
R. J. Davis and Miss Helen laze to ho Hold nre evldeaeed1.y .
,dd, i Mrs Dowling Dowling I'
Sir Miami are guests of Mrs. Clink's __ Joan, Mrs. C. Dinkins and Cfltlfltilto! Nov' a& 8 of 1UJO and >r clwllon.
'iildi, ,in were recent visitors inujlllsUne. spent Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright : Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp had as ''Miss Dolly Dlnklns of Lawtey, 1834 respe.tlvely| fm And represent unpaid
taxes the ycur 111211 to I9.ID: ,
'. .\ Sr.Friends their guests this past week-end I have returned to their respective both liii,lllBtciiniotmtlUK to IIIUI7JALSO .
and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, I I I : sty of HIJV. & NEW! ctK
their daughter Miss Dorothy homes after a week's visit In Tampa .
Sr. Jr. time I "I <, S.'< 1 12 TJI 7 8 H 111 10.
N D Wainwright, are upending some at the t
yrs of Mrs. Mary Davis ofFernandlna Sapp, and Vernon Bales both of with Mrs. L. D. Vining. i ontdlniiiK '120 Auroa, moro or J. F. KICKLITER J
ud Mrs D T. Clark spent Friday summer cottage at Crystal Lake. mother of L. A. Da-I Tallahassee I.....

Jacksonville. vis, will regret to learn that she Mrs. D. C. Forehand and Tin* tnxi-H to bi Mold are evidenced
Mrs. T. M. Thomas of daugh-//
Jacksonville I
In quite Ill.Stephen. Mrs. Donle Moore, Mrs. Thelma! I ter, Peggy, and Jane Darby W
W. White and daughter, will spend next week here '
Mrs u Steele and children, of Albany Ga., and Jean Marie '
White, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fussell. ( -1\
IIM carol Echerd, of Jackson- are guests this week GlllneSVUle'1 I Strange, of Richmond, Va, are I 1w,
Jacksonville.Mr ville, is spending this week at Mrs. J. B. Sapp and i spending this week at the Klncald- '
Mrs. G. C. Mrs. Dora (
Kingsley Lake as the guest of W. B. Mundy. I! Beasley cottage on Kingsley Lake.
E. R. and DeGroen and McMasterleft
and Mrs. Poppell George Mack Futch. ,
Miss Ava Lou Poppell today for their home in Tam-
1Ughter. Mrs. Maurice Edwards and children Mr and Mrs. Wm. T. Comer, of
t fSt Augustine, were guests Wed- pa, after spending two weeks at Miss-Sarah and .t
George Geiger 1 Maurice, Jr., and Carolyn Orlando were week-end guests of
esflay of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kingsley Lake with Mrs J. M. Miss Miriam Stubbs of Green ,
: and Mrs. John Shepherd left Sun- Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Matthews. Mr.
erdns. Mitchell and Miss Lucille Mitchell. Cove Springs were visiting friends 1'I day :o..rnaD two weeks' vacation at Comer is State Commander of the

here Tiiftsdnv.Mr D t h. Amerl .." I.e(.Ion and was here tr\t
ay one sac
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INSURE WITH i and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr..1 'an you dlneuNH Florida polities trict. I I 4i : No Use To Deny ItIt'll ,
are the proud parents of a baby Intelligently You ran It you read !
girl, born early Wednesday morn- "In The IIuHtlngM," the Telegraph's Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss
HAROLD C. WALL Agency Ing August 2... I newest and. most fascinating feat I Mudge; Middleton, and Marjorie I Soon Be Time For

ure. Sue Middleton spent a few days f
Mrs. R. Wells, of Palatka is the I last week at Jacksonville Beach as SCHOOL TO OPEN

(Est. Over 50 Years) guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Lt. J. Janei'ro, Lt. H Mori'ison, j i' guests of Mrs. Mlddleton's brother ,

berg, at their summer home on i both of New Jersey and Lt. J, |j and sister-in-law, Mi and Mi's.1 -------
IVe write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as I Kingsley Lake. i, English of Tennessee were guests j W. Q. Dowling.H I
would Lawyer or Doctor. You save _. I CINDERELLA FROCKS
you your may last week-end of Lt. B. Sternberg, j
money and grief. Remember, money spent with :your Mrs. A. J. Griffis returned home nt Kingsley Lake. | L. Brownlee spent the weekend FEATURING

local agent may come back to you I Monday after enjoying a ten days' I In DeLnnd as the guest of Col! ,
visit In Miami as the guest of Mrs. II| Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hand, Mrs.C. and Mrs. J. K. Futch. Mr. and I i
I all'' Brownlee accompanied!
G. M. Padgett I Knight; and J. H. Herring, Mrs. was
I of Gainesville were guests Friday j' homo by Mrs. Brownlee und

) Roswell Noegel, of Gainesville, I of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams ) daughter, Madge, who spent two I ANDDIIANNA

spent Wednesday and Thursday at Kingsley Lake. weeks Is DeLand.O. .
MAPS --- PLATS --- SURVEYS I hero with his parents Mr. and I ----_. I I : DURBIN)

I I Mis W. H. Nogl. Mrs W. B. Sewell and daughters, W. White spent! yesterday in f
Jacksonville and was accompaniedhome
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JOHN O. JACKSONCIVIL i LAST CALL. CLOSES SEl'T 1.1 Sewell have returned to their home by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray i

ENGINEER NO. 1621 Our beautiful and dainty SI'ECIL I here after a week's visit In Lees- II who have spent the past two
rOKTKMT, 2 for $1.33. burg with relatives. weeks In the city visiting their son CLAK JEAN SHOPPEPHONE
LAND SURVEYOR NO. 162 IIOOAF.U BROS. I I and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and

Friends of Mrs. R. R. Hutchings, Mrs. Laurie Q. Ray. : 97 OR 31 ANYTIME

Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., of Gainesville, will regret to learn
M. G. MCMILLANFIELD and young son spent Sunday In that she is confined to the Alachua Messrs Barney McRae and Ray -- /

:MANAGER Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. T. County Hospital in Gainesville mond J. Gomes attended a factory I

K. McClane, Sr. following an operation. demonstration meeting of the Duo-
I 1 Therm heater given at the Jack-

Mrs. Willie Turner and two children Misses Marjorie Johnson and sonville office of the Horne-Wilson S. R. JOHNS & SONSCash
Martha and Billy of Gainesville Mary Jean King have returned to Co., as the representatives of Quig-

were guests Wednesday of I their home in Tallahassee, after ley and Davis, local dealers.

NAT SEZ: Mrs. George B. Flynn. spending a week here with their Prices Only
t cousin, Miss Nettle Dowling. Mrs. Sam Anderson and daughter -

I',e hoard people guy that when a Mrs. D. E. Knight and Paul Janet Miss Martha Ann Bur- FREE DELIVERY I'HONE 15
man hall been In harness all Ms Knight returned Sunday from Mr. and Mrs J. M. Mortus and ton, guest of Mrs. Anderson, and
life and accumulates enough to retire Jacksonville Beach where they two daughters Misses Betty and I Miss Rosa Mae Rowe left Monday NEAR S. A, DEPOT

." on, tho Idleness that fallows spent the past ten days. Nebo Mortus of Arcadia, will for Rome, Ga., where they will
n life of activity Instead of prolonging spend this week-end here as guests visit relatives Miss Burton will

life really I III harmful and Mrs. M. D. Wilcox of Green of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. remain at her home In Rome. SUGAR, 5 Lbs. 22c Best Side

tends to hasten the end. That's I Cove Springs spent Tuesday hereas I -
what I'\e heard. However and In the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- Mrs J. C. Robinson Lester RObinson BACON Lb. 13c

spite of that, I am one of those Bishop, at Kingsley Lake. I baum, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. : and Kirk Lewis, all of Apopka ,

goofy guys that| likes to try anything Minnis Keefee, of Albany, Ga., spent the week-end here. Mrs.
once. All that's, holding me Mrs. W. B. Adklns of Hawthorne were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs I Robinson was the guest of Mr. and Pure Creamery Maxwell House
hack Is the money. spent the week-end hereas I B. Jacobs at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. R. F. Demorest while Mr.
I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Lewis and Mr. Robinson were the
CHEESE Lb. 16c COFFEE Lb. 25c
Jacobs at Kingsley Lake. All members of the Woodman guests of Mr. and Mrs. James ,
FINAL CLEARANCE FINAL CLE.n.SC'ELADIES' Circle and all Woodmen Juniorsare Lewis. I

MEN'S SUMMER Friends of S. R. Johns Sr., will requested to have their dues in
regret to learn that he Is confinedto I" the treasurer Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Backing your car without look-
PANTS WASH FROCKSThese St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville by Saturday at the very latest. ing to see that the road in clear Is Bargain Prices On Soap
I practice-be certain
a dangerous
because of Illness.
A fair ,selection of lightweight are our $1.08 wu"hIrrsnei i I I
road Is clear
: Friends of Mrs O. M. Conps the
pool wash trousersthat ( and< art very snappy
looking and cool. Mrs. C. W. Beasley and children, I I, will be glad to learn that she Is .
sold up to $2.98- "Johnny!" I DIONNI QUIN -.f
of Gainesville, spent Wednesday Improving after being confined to J
$1.00 --. $1.49 $1.49FIS.I. here with Mrs. Beasley'a Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville "What, mil?" O HANKIES rrSOUH + fO* ONIT 104 AND I BOX IOP MOMCONCENTRATED

Mr. and Mrs. Wj. C. parents'l' for some time because of Illness I "Ar you spitting In the fish II f aw*1' ,
I bowl 7""No SUPER SUDS

FINAL CLEARANCE CLEARANCE Mr and Mrs. T. Frank Landl'um I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turner and I ", but I'm comin' pretty I 4 MAIl TO CONCfNTHATfDf '
and chidren have returned to their children have returned to their close. f UDS okn.0.411
BOYS' MEN'S home after spending three weeks I home in Ft. Lauderdale, after visiting I -Exchange. PRICE rtatsrcnrN.s. ,

In Akron, Ohio with relatives. I here with Mrs Turner's par I
SUMMER SUITS SPORT SHOESPeter's ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bcssont, I If Excess Acid cnu" 3 FOR 18c 3 FOR 25c

"Toni Suv/yer" linen and Solid leather shoes' Miss Hope Haynes has returned I Sr. FREE you pains of Stomach

gabardine/ suit with long or that sold for $i a pair-onnle to her home here after attending I Ulcers, Indigestion! ,

short trousers, viili. to $3.50 the short course of the Adult Education Misses Evelyn and Marjorie I Bloating,Cm,Heartburn Belching, SUPERSUDSRed
School In Tallahassee.Miss Stump returned to their home here I I Nausea, get a Free ample of UDGA O ToiletSOAP
$1.98FINAL $2.69FINAL Tuesday after enjoying a two and a Free Interesting booklet at Red Box

Mary Lee Wynn, of Jacksonville weeks' vacation In Amherst Richmond CARPENTER'SFOR

spent several days this) and other points In Vir- Large 3 for 25c
CLEARANCE week with her parents, Mr. and ginia.
T A UT mn at ifam ton. I
LADIES' HANES alts. a' --- 4 FOR 19c Giant Size 19c
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:da'r s-; I I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Halek of
WHITE SHOES UNDERWEARShirts I Mr and Mrs and Wichita, Kan., have come to Florida -

daughter Miss Louise Foy, of !., to make their home with their I
Inv pair of shore In or bhorti. NationallymUrrtiH4Ml
summer Granulated
the Leesburg were week-end guests aunt Mrs. Mary Adams Dicks on Octagon
tilt at 33c garment -
house I
that were $2.08 a I and Mrs. H. B. Herlong.Mrs. Lake
of Dr. Hampton
Pr and Home $3.95; shoes, now on sale nt 29c each or f Large 3 for 25c SOAP

$1.98FINAL 4 for $1.00 K. M. Harrington and sons, Mrs. J. W. McIntosh, of Willis liRE SURE

Marion and Billy. are spendingtwo ton, spent Sunday night here with Giant Size 19c 3 FOR 25c
weeks at Monticello with Mr. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ,
who Is there. I C. G. Priest. Mrs. McIntosh -
employed and Mrs.
CLEARANCE I SALE 1031 Model A Ford ,

SUMMER SUMMER Buck of polities' smooth evterlor North Carolina.Mr. was en .route to points in : panel truck $1SO cash. -R J.//, OCTAGON (OCTAGON
Davis. )
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SILK SHOESOne -what really goes on? You'll I Sow' t'Owf4t
DRESSES know If you read "In The Hunt and Mrs. Jack Parker are STRAYED from Hellbronn farm:

Just a few more left and rack of shoe consisting ings" In the Telegraph every week announcing the arrival of a girl yellow cow with yellow steer

these are $3.03 and $".03 %'al.1I"n of odds and end*-value on Friday, August 5, at St. Luke's yearling Both marked crop and Large, 6 for 25c Large, 6 for 25c
sale at to $1.00. Jack Williams left Saturday for Hospital In Jacksonville. The lit- under half crop In each ear. Steer

98c Indlanapols, Ind, to attend the tle girl baa been named Jacqueline branded N.D. Please notify J. R. Small 5 for 12c Small 5 for 12c
$1.99 ,
--. $2.99 Herf-Jones sales' convention. Mr. Ann Mrs. Parker prior to her Wainwright, Starke, Flo. Itp ,
-- Williams will be away about ten marriage was Miss Mildred Ann
1 days. McRae. : BRICK for all purposes Camp-

at : vllle Clay Products, Inc., Camp-
It Pays to Buy | lla" II -< g 20 EXTRA OCTAGON COUPONS
Mr and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and The following persons from here vllle, Fla. S-26-4tp

daughter, Sara, and Everette McKinney were In Gainesville last Thursday FOR SALE-1 Electric Refrigerator FREE TO ALL PURCHASERS OF
attended the consecration attending the ball game between In perfect condition at Qulg-
service of the Baptist Young Peopled Leesburg and Gainesville: O. L.
Assembly In DeLand Thursday -, Beaaley C. A. Knight O. W.

of last week. Returning with White, Olin White Jr., George SALE--Strawberry plants
them were Misses Juanita Barefoot Cheshire, R J Davis W. P Smith $1.23 per 1,000, taken up at field. SALE. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!

and Jenelle Hatchings who attended J Monk Dunking, John Hagan, Merrill I M. Rhoden, Starke Route 2, Box kt'
the Assembly McMillan and Charles Darby + 7J. 8-26-2tp i

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I O. J. Phillips, CorrespondentProttontu I BARTOW The will of the late CLEARWA oMMw I'IIO--
LIVE STATE NEWS Sen Duncan Fletcher has been filed '
Fuller. Stat.. f
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t1AGEMf ,I''
:Musical" Comedy for probate In Polk County ,' ,'
: i S VOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS A three-act Musical Comedy, I I FI.OItID.F.CTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS more than two years after the PInellas Count"I", !' 'n

L ; -, "Black-Eyed Susnn" will be presented Senator's death, June 17, 1936. a State Tax Com,rn,,," \ ""l QI'
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the n -- The estate valued such a board "' .
( by Lawtey P. T. A. at at $60,000, Includes -1t""Io1 i, ,t", 'a\

Hints To Housewives RURAL the School Auditorium Friday SAWMILL: FIRE COSTLY REDUCES RATES $10,000 In cash bonds and as the first Hll'p, ,JrI ','.Ii", ""I'I"I' ,

t I, night, August 26, at 8.15: (tonight -I LABELLE.-Fire virtually .w-I MIAMI.The Florida! Power & mortgages, and real estate valued is a necessary r<'\M, I"1, ,'' It"" ajf\

: : from Home Dcrnon tra- COMMON SENSEBy ). stroyed the C. L. Arbuthnot, Light Co. has anounced a rate reduction "In excess of" 50000. A numberof tax structure. H,. ni\' ,.,) !,II" "alt
\\wkly<< mill here. Approximately of 11 for 'small nieces and matSon of the ''hili-'
The story revolves around five percent nephews are willed mi v(1,,|( ,"
__ tlon Sprclntlst, TaJlahas SPUDS JOHNSON old 1 maids who try to ensnare :five I 000 feet of lumber were 1,000-// commercial customers." The reduction $500 each but the bulk of the estate the placing of Atr"l1l,, "T' I '<, "nd

[ old bachelors for husband! The The loss was! estimated at of 11 percent for "small is to be divided equally be- on the ability of ,I" p.;" ""\.'"ion,
i STOPPIMi JlO ACCIDENTS KKIVG IN-SEPARABLE, cast Includes: Principal I. B. Cody $25,000 and $30,000. tember 1, and Is applicable to all tween the widow and the two create debt 'loa.u. ", I II.' ,"'"'""\"(

cotfjByh IttKM HOME MERITS In the lead l with Mrs. Lucille -_ +..__ the territory served by the company daughters of the deceased. that should be m.i,i, ,' rn'v' '!!

By Ethel Holloway F.QC.J.JTlTII FARM: ford as Black.Eyed Susan; the DOPED ANI) nOn EJ) I H. H. Hyman, southern --. las representaiiv! ,. ,'I, Th ''""I-

District Home Agent old maid are played by Mrs Shu-I LAKE WORTH A. T. Allison, division manager, estimated customers no ethics and no ,111"" ', a'eatlon
I _ Medical and hospital bills for "For agriculture to be called' JUST ANOTHER FAKE 'I" """V In
Flitch, Estelle and Alene 31, of Miami, reported to police would save more than anywhfi. l'h I'r.
HOME- a : the care of home accident victims successful a woman thinks It Rena :Mae Cutshaw and Mrs. that two men who were chance acquaintances $2 0OOO annually. JACKSONVILLE.. Ge'orge T. Pay and the jflfthih',i,II, 01,1'1\, '0

NEED) ,, last year averaged almost $2I I should show some signs of prosperity Verna Sheffield; the five old bachelors gave him a soft drink _--.-- Barrett pleaded guilty. here to paying are the onlv ti .' ,'" "I*

Font 000,000 a day, and every day around the! home," says a each of whom have something I which apparently was doped. then BURIED IN charges of using the malls to defraud ered now, he SRloi I ',d-
scores of new graves were filled woman writer in current publication robbed him of $200 and dumped widows and unmarried women -
with them
h by such accidents, according to In discussing how a woman wrong Hal Jones are portrayed I him from their machine here. ORLANDO.-The badlydecomposed by representing himself as the ----- .

Agree) findings of the Department of measures successful! agriculture. by Joe ---.- body of Andrew Evans 39- operator of a matrimonial agency.He TOO nTIl l'or.HI( .,

i'. tlw honlasting __ Commerce. "There should be a good house ford Simeon Phillips, Ancll ShU.// BOND ISSfK; CARRIES: j, year-old l Orlando wood cutter, admitted he wrote to widows MIAMI "'1'h1" I ,I- ,, ,

Ease : ..A.. IiiVVU.____.1 _mv..v_.._. ,w ...v.--.M 'I.. ..hnua.. Q ,with- np"tv) n' man- ,- tnr all ann. Vann- Futch.-- Others-- in- -the- _1Lf..A._roro__.tThtWyr...... .- -_fl..ba n.." _flnnt w ..,.., I was removed tonight from the boti -an,1.._ .-.nm..l....._.....1_ ...,,n... .n. w... ..Ito vu"'ft", wrong- with Fir-,,-.-,-.. .. .", ""(\\ll1ng-] > -
home wfly r conditions H! "Find It; fix it." I pants: jt.ii'lnt); on th'Ildndoutside ; I A.cast M.are Blanchard MI'S. jviPivin and.futcn Mrs. Edna%Lr5. citizens voted a $50.000 bond Issue 'i I tom of /an abandoned well, where put them In touch with eligible I I according to Ecln I, ( I p' ,""Ih."i mIh! ,
,'Is had lain under tons
t'charactd To "fix It" is the better practice and with screens for Harley. to match $10,000 in WPA funds fora I of earth, bachelors If they would exchange I! president of the i I' IM, \ ,rait
challenge of every good housekeeper health and (comfort" she continues. new courthouse. With four out of since Monday. Attempting to remove letters through him. He said ho' Bank of Jllitmi in' '
far too "There should be those time I The chorus ensemble who will the the | bricks with which the well answered I much politics.. Tu ,, >Inn'
alderedf Here are some ways of seven precincts reported ( the women's letters him- ,4 or,,, ;
( entertain with delightful dance and "0
Import' making the home safer: and labor silvers, a water system vote wag 223 for the bonds and l 60 was cased, Evans fell down the self, using flcticious names to the pineapple Inilus I '. .lIltdf
song numbers is composed of | narrow, 30-foot shaft He and
to I Line loose rugs so they will! lie and electric current If available, tignlnst. was burIed make it appear the replies came now oui 'MM'. -"hid"
ey puj and the house furnishings shouldbe Mary Edwards. Elizabeth Plum- I beneath the avalanche of earth, growers are get* mi ,
.. flat and not slip on polished floors. --- ---- from prospective bridegrooms. 11,1 'I i ,r",
eratlons usable mer Clara Mae Harley, Jean Edwards which started moving when the he said, in .. k
comfortable refcri-m ,
In!, Use less l wax and rub It in more and pre AGED COUPLEVEDS ._ > "
.along Roberts Jewel Reddish bricks
Patsy were removed. rocal tariff
sentable. i '
TAVARES.---Jesse H poll< ,
\ V.\hI ,
carefully Ingram. I I"
i' ed raanv1, Ruby Boles Don Covlngton, I HEALTH PROJECT APPROVED the )t p ml|(
Put chairs under cook and entry of Cuhan _
shoes on or "Home grounds belonging to a 75-year-old Leesburg v inhi.B( i i,
Home Hazel Smith Edith .
\ bed at night. prosperous farm should be planted FitzpatrIck, Mrs. Anna Ferry, 70, of Leesburg, POSTPONE P.ltDONISUTALLAHASSEEContinued JACKSONVILLE. The state direct competition \ \I'' ,Itr, /wm

Florida Put the furniture In place be- to give visible evidence of that Opal The Peele"Garden and Betty Phillips. I were married here by Lake Coun- I I Illness WPA headquarters here has allo- ers. He denoum i.
;( several fore going to bed. prosperity, and the Income derived Implements" are ty Judge A. B. Herlong Jr. In- of Governor Fred P. Cone resulted cated a total of $31,048 for two restrictions on E\'o i !;i ,'

"j. method Teach children to put toys away from prosperous agriculture wouldbe Marguerite Wainwright, Marlon graham's first wife died and Mrs. I In the state pardon board Jackson County health Improve- cane growers and point, d I IOU' jt ss

! i establish of the .1: when they finish playing. called upon to provide these Cutshaw Kapper, Ernestine Moore Smith Inez Perry was divorced. I postponing its fall meeting, scheduled ment and sanitation projects, the but for this the expun-,",,n Virginia Irene
. fl i) Soap or water In the bathtub, on together with food needs, clothing ; Prevatt I to begin Sept. 13. "Since it Associated Press reported. An United States Sugai ''"rpoi.urn!
In the r], L I linoleum, Virginia Anders, Evelyn WOULD BARGE $18,651 county-wide community would but much frrin.. '
tile floors or causes school, recreation, insurance, Warren.In CITRUSTAMPA.MajorGeneral Is necessary for the governor to and to
recipes, ; many falls which could easily be benevolences reading matter and T. Q. be at the hearing and for fear his sanitation project will employ 15 work and give employment to

4 convent j prevented by using a rubber mat other cultural things. connection with the playa Ashburn, president of the Inland recovery will not be rapid enough workers for 12 months. The fed- thousands of people ID this am!'
housewlcorresprt Baby Contest U being held. The
for the tub, washable bathroom "This Is a big order but it represents babies entered Linda Carra- Waterways Corp., has proposed to for him to attend *, It is bestto eral government has contributed at the same time pres.T-vmg. tit I'

rugs and by immediately wiping only a good living stand- dine Benton are the corporation's board of gov- postpone the hearing," Secre- $6,151. A county-wide malaria "American market for, I ha., Amet
er buslifAs vp all spilled liquids. ard, not an extravagant one. The Joe Ann Shirley and Leslie- ernors a plan for transporting tary of State R. A. Gray said. The control project will employ 79 lean farmer"'

i aedoa Rubber bands around bottles of economics of the farm, and the eco- Phillips. The baby Hardy elected the Florida citrus up the Mississippi board will meet on call of the gov workers for six months. The federal -_.- -

poison in the medicine cabinet will nomics of the home are one and most popular wil receive River in refrigerated barges for ernor. Clemency applicants will be agency contributed $10,598 of DEEI' WATER 1'OKT
tlon KV Indicate the character of the con- a prizeof mid-west distribution. given a month notice. the total $13,297 cost.
inseparable In the farm woman'seXDerlf'"l'A portrait donated by the Hoov- PORT ST. JOE Th 1 tn, chpl.
aid sya tents even in the dark. Medicine An.1 nlano P n.na _"a>. .. _ .... Uho.l .lr"Am n'. ",'a ___...... ,
busthes f I Icila l'l w Vtat / "OkUUIU Vt ,OkUHVd ------ ------ "" "JIIIWUut!
wIts 4?. the cabinets best safeguard under lock for and little key hands.are l dp ; for e.--th;" .,: Tickets may be purchased in advance DIES IN SLEEP I 100 TONS OF STEEL SAVED FROM: SHARKS that it Is to be math. a i lerp \\\'attl

And thaI? I, Rubbish in poorly ventilated I The woman writer has made from the school children. CORAL OABLES.-Walter Ke- TALLAHASSEE.-Florida automobiles ST. AUGUSTINE.-Always on port with all that that: lirm slj'.,

tEn; 't places. or oily rags carelessly some statements there that are Proceeds will go to the benefit of hoe, former congressman and State will haul about 100 tons the alert to rescue those in danger nlfles, Is about to I b, ,'allIed

of, theirs !, thrown closets may Ignite spon- worth considering. Too often the the School Cafeteria Fund. I representative, died, in his sleep of steel in their 1939 license plates. even at their own risk, the United Work will begin HIM, HI'" i i81
resource '- barn is neat and up-to-date and Saturday at the age of 67. Kehoe The State has placed orders for Sept. 15 on a wm ,'in"", I1 i" t""

ment ail 1 taneously.the the home Is ramshackle and tum New Power Extension ,, was elected to Congress while !living 'the steel to be delivered at the States Coast Guard service marked 100 feet ground 01 I h,' n
Light for
sleepy wanderers -
-Uon wll? way bledown. The farm wife and her Florida Power & Light Co. en- at Pensucola around the turn State prison at Raiford for manu- up another mass rescue near section of the 1 oou I",, iulk
at night by Installing night
been deThe ; daughters too often know what gineers this week are making a of the century. He also was State facture Into license plates. Pro- here this afternoon.. E. F. Sohwlen- head dock aln-iicK'! i I' \ 'reel
i : fI lights in tearooms; or by keeping drudgery Is because north attorney there for twelve duction ing of the U S. Const Guard, fly60 feet in width i ,
hiIng1 small electric they have liv- survey running of the city years. : of the tags will be started avu
i 1Iesezit .1 a torch on the bedside
table. ed with it all their lives. They to the Eunice Road to serve persons He came to Miami In 1025 and was during September. About 550,000 ing north along the coast noticed from the heart 01>t I ih" di!

Provide don't have enough time for recreation in that section. When completed elected to the 1031 Legislature. : will be mude. They will have red a group of ;young people In swimming trlct to the wan-1" lOCk

cwoxnu &. and lamps with large, stable social activities, cultural Improvement this line will make about -_ .- _----- numerals on a background of near Crescent Beach. At the thus facilitating i aa
IntelmaUon' bases make it a rule that they
; I always be placed on stable surface and other things so thirty miles of new extensions the BRINGS: BIG PRICE I white. The present system of numbers -' same instance his attention was from the propem h, wll,
: dear to a woman heart. They company has placed in this sec PANAMA CITY.--Sale of the for designating counties will attracted to several large sharks be a public clock n' !4a

,1 j, wftlch i must grind, grind from morning I I tion. Persons desiring electric Dixie Sherman hotel to the Stiles 1 I be continued. nearby, approaching the direction term Implies. l"h, 'ico,.
See that the flame In all
being o lampsor till night. 'service are advised to see O. J Hotel System of Annlston, Aa, :for I of the unsuspecting! youthful swimand Northern will t n 'out!.
t burners i is out before leav-
n KLimit' gas When the farm home Is given Phillips who will take application approximately $200,000 was announced mers. When swooping his plane track :from its yai!>I"- '!irop-
thg-1 % 1 iW ing the house. equal consideration with the farm tor same. today. Hub Reynolds, who FRESH WATER NEEDED downward failed to deter the erty. With 28 fi ,I" at
If congiervtl Use safety matches only. and all members of the family has operated the hotel on lease KEY WEST.-The Florida Keys sharks from their course, Schwlen- low tide over the i I. ,i u i good

Mon; s4etter Light the stairway and do notleave work together to Improve conditions I'l'rsonal"Tbe since January, 1935. said the building Aqueduct Commission has appliedto Ing landed his plane on the beach 30( feet of watei. i "k Hit-

articles even temporarily, a different story can be told. Rev. Theodore Garland was sold by the Chemical National the Reconstruction Finance Cor- and called for the youngsters to largest cargo boat > n, Gulf!
J on the stairs. poration and the Public Works Ad- come out of the water. can be accommodait"or
Smith and family who have been of New York. He said < "
Keep a tightly fitted screen be- ministration for loan
a and
EVERGREEN visiting Dr. and Mrs. Shaw are his lease, which expires In two ]' grant
;flymal4! fore every open fire. with which to pipe a fresh water
now visiting relatives in St. Cloud. years, also was purchased. 'I
Vera of Have all wiring done by a proMALARIA- Sirs. F. A. Hosier, Correspondent supply to this island city. It Is ii 1
1 tfc; k I, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will return to n. a > ,,_. _,__u__ M___ _
*- fully I : rii "Dr.. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddingand Lawtey before returning to their CHICK WKBB AT MADISON 1 I"'O vj*"KF<;u bv au. a fijsv:4iiio' i&iuu

nad me'I: 11 : son spent Sunday with her, home in Buffalo, N. Y., where Mr..I MADISON:-The Madison coun- some point near Homestead xpert KepairingSmith's
through the
6661 mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklns. Smith resumes his work aa pastor -, ty junior Chamber of Commerce Keys, probably follow-

1 la 1 day aad relieve. B. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visitors -I' of University Church In Sep. will sponsor the first performancein "ing"t est the Overseas Highway. Key

COLDSS"I. to Sanford and Mime Thursday tember. Florida for Chick Webb and his' depends principally upon rain

S"I... and Friday. Mrs. T. J. Terry and Mrs. G. W. NBC orchestra, featuring Ella water since the available supply GarageDAY
11..t *"r Is brackish.
I N....,Drop Tablet Headache SO minute Mrs. J. D. Sapp and baby are Durham were visiting relatives in Fitzgerald, at a script dance In I

1 ,. TrT "Ralf-fy-TI"-World', Beat spending the week with her mother Ormond recently. Cherry Lake auditorium at 10 P. I -

I *: Unlm..t Mrs. Thomas, near Starke. Mrs. H. S. Norman, who has M. Tuesday, August 30. The or CONVICTED FOR NOTE PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanand been visiting In Plant City and chestra Is regarded as one of the KEY WEST.-Harold Demeritt,

r REAL CHANCE: FOR children spent Sunday with other South Florida. sections, baa finest negro dance bands in the Jr., 16, who admitted he got the

CAMtltA fAWS her mother, Mrs. R. H. Futch, returned to her home here. country. idea for sending a $5,000 extortionnote Wrecker Service Day or Night

near Lawtey. David W. Moore, Of Ft. Myers, to Frank Olmstead, a 70yearold ,

I N EVERY COMMUNITY! Cohen Peele returned here Sat- visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. VERY FEW MURDERS blind man, from the Cash and ,

iit : urday after spending the past J. H. Moore last week. JACKSONVILLE. This city Levine kidnappings, was convictedby

week In Jacksonville Mrs. Henry Hicks of Plant City with only three cases of murder a criminal court jury here.

Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and children visited relatives here last week. or non-negligent manslaughter I II Young Demeritt was arrested by

spent Sunday with her father, Miss Effie Mae Barthlow of Mid- reported is listed In a Federal I G-men and local police at a rendezvous -

John Sapp, at Sapp station. dll'bul'g. was a recent visitor at the Bureau of Investigation report as'' here where he was to have

Mrs. J. S. Rosier, B. E. Rosier home of her grandmother, Mrs. one of the cities of the United I collected the 5000. In the note

YOU TOO, CAN TAKE and Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Sapp were G. Biggs. States in which that type of crime he wrote he threatend to kidnap

: 'fl.I PICTURES THAT' SELL I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier Miss Martha Wells, who M'I was least prevalent from April to ,I Olnutead unless the money was -
A small
1 ., Saturday night. been spending some time In : { June. Inclusive. Jacksonville's record -i: left for him flf_ a- nlfl<*.. HA flanlcr.... amount each
n -
_FOB n_ _BIG__ _VOKEY_____ ...... !I r----
-- dleburg, has returned to her home compares with 61 cases in New nated. week invested in
I1 Lacrosse wan placed by the Irlquola York 43 in Chicago. 21 each in I _* ,
:: confederation to train for Smith recently returned Atlanta and Nashville. PROTEST CLUB OI'FICILH" ourRetirementPlanwill

1Lt FASCINATING AS war. from Westminster and l Senaca, S. -____. _____ OCALA.--The Ocala Townsendclub

: t SEEING YOUR OWN NEWS ---. C., where he visted relatives. FORCED TO CLOSE I In Its regular weekly meet- enable you to

PICTURES PUBLISHED IN'' I Permitting children to play in I The Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Cut- TAMPA. H. Cotton Mather, Ing In the courthouse Thursday obtain a regular income ,
the streets or run from behind shaw had as guests Mrs. Herman founder of the Mather Furniture night passed a resolution protestIng -
parked automobiles is a bad prac- Byrd and daughter Mary Stores said here that he would I I "the undemocratic move of fouror per week at J
th OF OTHER NEWSPAPERS tice-streets are not playgrounds. Frances, Mrs. Dewey Shelton and close his stores in St. Petersburg, five men who have incorporated

I THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY fesslonal daughter, Joyce Marie, Mrs. Per. Sarasota and Bradehton because I themselves as the guardians of our the age of 60 or 65.See ,

electrician. man Cutahaw and two sons, Billy $25,200 he must pay the State inj I destinies." The corporation referred ;
Do not
turn on an electric light a chain store tax to is the our local
Ita Wayne and Jimmy Gray, all of controversy Townsend National agentor
easy Interesting while the other hand touches
the Greenville, Tenn. would make continued operation of : Recovery Plan of which John R.
ff1 work and oan be done water faucet or touch any electrical Persons desiring the correspon- the stores unprofitable. Since the Gurtler, Whltehouse, Flo, Is the write fi"

in full or spare time ,, tub. connection while In the bath dent to Include local items of general -I I Legislature passed the chain store president] Rev. O. H. Cast and ,.,q.a p p t fl en .--_ ,,4eS ,-

interest are requested to hand act the Mather stores have been Jerry W. Carter, vice presidents,
r 'I elE'ctrlcalllght cords them In not later than Tuesday paying State taxes on groups of Wm. Mooiefleld, St. Petersburg
WE TELL YOU HOW\ TO are dangerous fire
____ hazards.
evening. three-store chains, the 15 Florida secretary, and J. L. Sparling, Orlando -
4r )MAKE BIG PROFITS WITH Disconnecting by jerking on insulated -. Mather stores being' divided Into treasurer. A resolution was

YOUR CAMERA cord tears the insulation STOCKMENSHOULD: ) MAKE five sets of three stores each. State adopted to Ignore the direction or
away from the button and makes CHECK-UP Lee; ruled I control of this a 5.
OF THINGS TO Comptroller however body and to refuse f,
tj exposure to live wires possible.Do BE DONE, SIIEELY SAYS that taxes must be paid for each I recognition in the future.
not leave
electric Iron con- store on the basis of the 15-store .

FREE FREE FREE nected when not in use; it may GAINESVILLE-Florida cattle- chain.. Each of the Mather stores I

Information burn up the house. Likewise, an men should make a thorough had been paying $300 a year.. I
overloaded line or improper Insula- I check-up of their I Comptroller Lee recently Imposed
operations at
V.R. ITE TODAY tion may convert the home to Part
-- ashes. this time of the year in order to I I a 7,200 penalty. of the ]

make their season successful, according -
Picture Editor Touching any electrical appliance game
v to Walter
In Car. el or water faucets while J. Sheely, animal <- herd replacements.Send .
I LT41 Operative Features the telephone may result In serious husbandman with the State steers to be sold at grass- I

iM 360 N. Mich. A".. Chicago shock Agricultural Extension Service. fat to market before they lose \ I
Here are some of Mr. Sheeley's I weight and put those to be fed I

suggestions to cattlemen on and finished In the feed lot In the I

things to be done within the next fields or In the lot while they still [ Tr\c The pause
4 HOMEFull few weeks: have grass-fat. Do not allow

line of Casket, & Undertaker Supplies See that cows with calves at foot steers to be finished out to lose

wai. AMBULANCE SERVICE have plenty of good grass and an weight before they are placed In iir& that
DAY AND NIGHT abundant supply of good water. the feed lot.

fl dS I'h1ONlC53 B. sure that mineral mixturesand Do not drive cattle unless nec

it O. II. BENNETT Mirr. salt are available for the en- essary. If necessary, drive them
ffii "A HOME-LIKE refreshes
INSTITUTION"FUNERAL tire herd. early in the morning.

W4 ---- -__ __ Abundant food good water, minerals Inspect the herd often for In-
-- ---- -
''Irf | --- n and salt will enable the juries and wounds that may be-

breeding herd to enter the winter come Infested with screw worms
season In good condition. and apply pine tar oil to all
u Sly Monv Yearn Experience Make It Possible for Ale to Render Use the mowing machine to cut wounds. Inspect the ears of cattle I

''fi f I_if Jl EFFICIENT, PKOMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE out briars, weeds and tough as the Gulf Coast tick attacks I 5

1 i grasses so that tender grass will their ears and these wounds may
MODERN CHAPEL AT YOUR v have chance to
a come out and become Infested with screw

4I CONVENIENCE WITH NO CHARGE provide feed for calves. worms. Whenever screw worm Infestations -

:i Et DeWITT C. JONES Cull shy breeders and barren are found treat them)

; Starke, Florida cows now when they are fat and with benzol and pine tar oil. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO

Day ... 1 NIght ... 139 I sell them before they lose weight. Check up on fences and repair i

) 1'LL -__ ----- -._j Select. good heifer calves for them If necessary. Starke, Fla.PAGE .



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with $5044105: : and $4,069.78: the first halt of 1938 Lakeland\ cus So spirited was the battle as' selling out retail stores for the iiiitnl his. own ii-lfHSi, Also. whileit if about one hundred thousand
This is a loss of 15, c; Both havinir second best year in its i-n- the field of candidates narrowed' '. "r gross sales!! tax. In Jax the purported( to tell so much about the <1'ct'nt: law abiding and moral
'I monthly totals are the high for \tin- history and bests 1937 by from eight to two that every member twenty Whidden stores were sold the ottuiH. it proved' practically people of Tampa (and there are j'' I
each year with one exception. Last about 7', Luke Wales does only,, of the house voted 85 In per-,I by the sheriff, bought by the state' I worthless. for it was HO deviously many of them) try again and "
I FLORIDA LETTER year May was high when the Miami :3<:"r better-Fiscal year receipts) ion und 10 by carefully garnered for $04000: just $2,000 less than i,i! worded as to make it impotent again but without avail to( drive 'II jl i I'.
urea i cached u seasonal peak' : for Tampa showed a gain of 3% proxies Wood's election! wee a I the states tax bill. Lee tried to I| Others charged with gambling the crooks from power-and yet I::.';, : ,
this year February was thrown while the first half of 19J8: gainedby personal triumph overcoming the I if-sell the stores but lost $10,000 were released because In making ,101 inv stand hopeless' and : f '
,'O.DINO BOOM.-On cold total out of pertipeclve by a 2 million 2% because the current month decided handicap of being high ,, OP the ..IeaIn\ Miami four stores the raids some of the members of before that monster evil of organ'I I'I/j I !I'' ,
?r I Mint and In fact all of 1938 I paper mill permit in Jax. is below 1937.-But customs Jumped executive in the politically unpopular have been Hold From this drastic 'the grand Jury were present- and ized crime and organized politics 1'.' I: I f k t
. ,)cnlnd 1037 in building acttrltc A detailed study of the figures 40% for June 3.5% for the but powerful duPont hegemony- action money flows from frightened I asked a question 01 two. Accord- which for lo these many years baa l' i '! i
I lag, But peeping behind the to- shows however that losses this. half, 3% for the fiscal year-Hol- Nonetheless the House will have merchants. Senator Graham of Ing to the court a man may actually kept Tampa from becoming! that "'' :;
I1 mi, analyzing the details It year for the TOURIST towns are lywood gained 18% for the half fair, intelligent, courageous leadership Miami, Is organizing and leading a operate a gambling den In great and prosperous city which '" I.'I' :i ,
r.ldl', act( that building throughout greater than gains in other sections ,year and showed an almost even i revolt' that certainly will repealthe violation of plain tenents of law, otherwise it could become' .'I 1I'I' 't'
, II In 100% Increase 1933:! Ft. law in the 1939 legislature and he raided -- Umatllla Tribune. \ '
Jh.. statf l IS Bounder, more wideprQ1'1 other words in Indus- over Moot hopeful fact Wood's announcement may pe und the officers
,, and more Interesting: than trial commercial and agricultural{ Lauderdale for June gains 17,61% that he will soon appoint which Graham hopes will land him of the law actually witness the t) )1 :,::1,I (
year And remember that sections 1938 is decidedly better over last year while the half year informal committees of in the Governor's chair In 1940. violation of law and se and seize One of the commonest of the '!! :.'l
list i or the first half have felt than 1937 Miami-the Beach-Coral was 14.14--Melbourne gained house members to study state ... upon gambling devices-but If any arts the art of Interrupting. ''ij'if\\ t:', ,.
I ligu',tightest Impulse yet from the Gablen-Luudei dale area has dom- 8.5% for the quarter--Palmetto problems!!, principally taxation. T.Un'.JCSTlCET member of the grand jury which .:.1'/',+ / ,.
nD "mtpcurlng of Federal lend- ,, inated the building totals now for was 8% better-Veio Beach had Knowing a sales tax Impossible as First the election crooks, then brings the indictment, happens to < 1
pend nee ictivltlea FHA activitiesare three years Their totals determine a 19% better June and a 10% bet- long us Governor Cone can wield a the floggers.-and now the gamblers be present and asks any question TO THE VOTERS fi.1 '
J better organized but fact is : state totals. Decided slump there, ter half yearWinter Haven dues veto pen Wood will attempt to -are being freed-in Tampa. of the guilty party pertaining to
, -iw Miami tourist belt, whereJrHA particularly at the Beach, has persistently 12% better for the year Talla put over the duPont tax program: Thus goes the same old story, the case--then by this magic, "tho CITY OF STARKE "' .; I
na& been hottest, building kept state totals below quarter Over-all mlllage limitation; assessments and thus one by one the colors are his sin be as scarlet, he Is washed I am B candidate to succeed %,
,0mpa'lItlvely. has the major 1938 last year. For Instance Miami and on earning value of mixed and strokes mace which as white us snow." Tho guilty Ini I nijNclf\ ft. city marshal In the ','..1 I
chili the Beach alone are off 3619.371 of the fact that year ago was legislative ':, property; elimination of ad valo- paint the mysterious picture of fact stands guiltless before the city election, Ttudav, i: outstanding: fact Is: thatbuilding for the year whereas the total loss time. The half year is rem tux as a state source of income Tampa Justice. law AND LAW IS SUPPOSEDTO I have always tried to servethe I
rno for 1938 lags ONLY In for the whole state I U: only $3-, 35% ahead- Miami barely holds: Which, if successful. will The facts are so well known BE BASED ON REASON I town to tho brut of my ability ,
J"elms'' aieas, otheiwlsc booms, 380,013. even with 1937- Tarpon Springs make 1'lIleM tax Inevitable. that we repeat only those which There is one thing wo would not only In police work, butalso :
Icompx'-d, with 1937 is up 8% for the half yeiit I form the basis of Important conclusions like to know' Why Is it that In I | In keeping the city clean

{nil I iitturesi : PROOF-Pi'oof that Florida Is I FACT "The power to tax !Is Charlie Wall, one of the New York City, a city of over land uttructltc. I will appreciate I.
i"ing; 27 typical cities Building expanding substantially in general LEADER.--G. Pierce Wood'i the power to destroy" is a theory well-known leaders of the Tampa seven million people, the young I the support of "otl"r. who have j
)torHI8 l nor. the first half of 1937 business activity lies in that most most powerful Individual in FlorIda that seldom ripens into actuality Underworld Fraternity actually and comparatively InexperiencedTom ''I been HO good to me In previous I: t f felections I !
Len. 5835914.: For similar perl- reliable of barometers--post office house of representatives, has This Is pointed by the fact that determined made a confession! This however Dewey, can step In, throw the ) mill alto. of any newtotet'n I' I, : J.
Jo,, r 1038 $22,455.901. This is a business. Samples. St. Pete shows been nominated speaker for 1939 Comptroller Jim Lee, was obviously not a repentance fear of the law Into the higher-up, I In our midnt. i .
1111I' ,? 1.1 f"'. a gain of 673T for the fiscal I by 1115 to 40 vote over LeRoy frightened( by an empty treasury, The purpose Is revealed by later big-shot crlmllala and put them inf I I A. L. ALVAREZ I' I, ;;I
fl' lime the two years compare year just ending and 521', for i Collins. of Leon at an official cau- is actually going about the state events. By this confession he se- the pen while in Tampa, a city I 1 i
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CARPENTER'SThe REAL ESTATEIf Through co-operation of the manager of the Ritz PROGRAM !:",1sr.'\, "/ ,,.'.f'

Rexall Drug Store Theatre and Starke Business Interests is presentedthis FIRE LIFE I I I,, r

45-150- BUY, SELL OR RENTD unique opportunity for an eve ning of FREE RITZ THEATRE BONDS ,''l'I f ',.;, I ""II!

entertainment. New Sets of Auto License num- STARKE .1, ,

Lowest PricesOn 45.59 bers will be presented each month study each D-4574HAROLD : ..;'t. 'I IR R/

advertisement carefully number be : ;I '

WILSONREALTY here today. Friday and Saturday AGENT }TtJ.1., I' .,

Est Over 50 Years JI; i;,*I'.
PHONE 64 CO. Winner must call at the office of The Bradford At'G. 26-27 'f", I{ .

ATLASTIRES County Telegraph for FREE PASS within one DOUBLE FEATURE Safety Deposit Boxes : : 1'

OPEN AND week from date of this issue, then go to the show "WELLS FARGO"; FOR RENT "
KINDS $2.75 & up per year
BATTERIEST and have an evening of fun without any charge. Joel McCrea -- ,j.1:

BEER 45.38 Hob Burns : ,
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T 45-40 Washing, Polishing:, Greasing NUMBER. IT COULD BE HERE and FLORIDA BANK r j; ..if; 1 ,

City Service "TOUGH TO HANDLE" I


TIP TOPGROCERY I'I.\SET JK.S1UAKKKU lorlilii. National Group I' I: '

ROOM STATION $8.00 Complete, Sunday and Monday I'lilerul Corporation IH'x>sit Inmirnnen ,l'I.I!I

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FINEST FOODS s'ru.\\{' : 1" IIOKS AI:O. 28-20 ft/; : .1 1
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Lubrication o NEED: (t'TTEKH! $1.00 Cary Grant;
Fall Sf'I.. MEATS "
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Ladies'and Children's tabbing. Single! and double top styles.. (J) Reliable Prescription LaunderedD : .it
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-.... 1 Yo iRE D? plagues from the financial point of or le..r< ---,..
1 HAVE science free ,I'urtlfh' ,,H 1,,
view to give a
only l.nifI I I. j,, i, ,
Bradford 1r.'elegraPh THE POCKETBOOK hand to fight them. He shows how ton. Truln n, I,
? ] "YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN" pellagra can be wiped out how Slants,. Inv, n i II"" ,\ .
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east ,
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b o/O LEDGE & Dorothy Baker : ,syphilis can be controlled, how tu- MhiSoul h I. rt,",,,,.t "hi
This is a modern story of a Juzz berculosis can be made lens dangerous rWtlfliuti. \? ,
meteoric rise to Tat 4, C of AIo",, I i, .II
of his
musician how childbirth made safer .
Truby '
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I of conflict In West ,.\0101"" It!
fume and the burning: and infuntlle paralysis IT AND WCCf betwen and spirit. It Is a tar Section: :"I i ,''I. ,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida READ body treated. Mouth Clang? ,"
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TAXES IN 1929 wEPt P story with a ring of truth. The The HdRHNHIIII.Ml, ?., ,. I I"". ,
d MEMBER I /2% OPINE NATIONAL.INCOMt clean cut unpretentious style the NO'I'14'10 Of tl'l'l.ICA1IUM FOIITIY erty under Had) i', ,, ,"
AND IN with :,; IIKKItMriintr : wan In the num.' ,,.,, '
In '
rapid tempo are keeping ( 11111 :II. 1 >
''RIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 1939 All 24%. t MuidMCNrtlfll'nt "ptV, t
7 the theme. Iii JlEIU<:UY UIV11.V, That : ', \?. ",'i .
-- Atbprt Oil MMon.. holder of Tax Certificate name' of f" c ,s, ", ,? ,, ., a.
/ No 441 iHKUrd the 2nd day aeimment of MU 1,1 '" u.
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.r "HEARTBROKEN MELODY"Kathleen of SeptemLer A D lean: has tiled mild L'ertlficata \" ''I' nd?
Norris same In my office and linn marts application name' .of Unkn>" i" ""ll.I
fAeWeTpa 6 E for a tax deed to be limned ltnl I.Nii mild i",MII" ", ."

E. L. Matthews_-______--___ _-_-__:" ____Editor ';i'Owner I ; Ptvf LOPED Hi MOMRN INDUSTRY America's greatest the romantic story ofa the thereon.following Said defu'rlhml certificate embraces In crtlvH redeemed. deHi accnrdlm i'llmi\ '11'h.,, ,. \ ,hall 1 144.k"
N INTO A PRODUCT WEAT USE WAS USED novelist presents us Jrop..rty to the high.'st, ,, ,,. .,
.. / MtKIBSTMLICIOTH the County of li'lltol'': : of i ,1,1 No" '
who falls In .
business girl door ,
on t 0
II A'l Wt CUAMttO >WW AE BtfOtme Florida to-wlt: the h"I,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE t tr/vtritf t/iveyt Of HU>VNAIH --I "I( n.
of ? I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance | OIL INDUSTRY Kathleen Norris concludes this & Pun West 899 Keet 1910 tinted, till: Jrta, ,: I' \
ANNUAL book with a surprise ending Hmith 10'l3' feet Kimt SII9 feet
Advertising Rates on ApplicationLESS all of her readers. North 1092 feet to rteglnnlnirHectliin ( SEAL..
i i Iii PAVUOU. Of sure to delight A. J, TlluM .
iL ri *ISOO.OOOOOOSUPPORTING 14 TownHhlp 6 South 1
: Clerk jf r
I 141 14 SOME Karma 22 Rant: containing to ,
Hrndford "
Acres, morn' or lefl* "
FOIl l\lOmon MORE FOK LESS? El I ,I1 4,000000 veorteAPFMOXIAN71lY "PARTS The anfleNHment of the paid prop 8-2 .6t-8-23 8'1\' \14
Parkinson Keyes
THE ROPVSArroN erty under the Maid certificate IBmi -
Those among Bradford County's tobacco growers who l a THE SrATE The author of Honor Bright now *.fl waft In the name of It. K W

were somewhat dissatisfied with the quotas allowed them 1I1 M NEW JERSEY. takes us to South America and IllnvexlUnleHH. paid reitlflrnte shall lift redeemed -

this under the China The story begins In Virginia a..ordlnlJ' to law the prop.
season Agricultural Adjustment Administration has been ertv Uem-rlrnMl. therein I will be Holdto
Michael Trent Just
the hlithext, )>lddi program should be interested in a discussion of the mat- appointed Vice-Consul to La Paz. door on the first Monday In

ter appearing recently in the Live Oak Democrat Fearful of separation, he and Da- I I.t the the month Hrd day of of October October 1IHK:1(11.which

phlne Daingei'field plunge into Dated title 22nd, dRY of AugruMt.101ft .
It was stated that, according to Secretary of Agriculture L I matrimony and set out penniless ,

Wallace the in the V NA4w, but for unknown.She (OFFICIAL 8nAT>
errors poundage allotments will be clear- rapturous parts A. J. THOMAS
unfolds for the reader a world Clerk of Circuit Court of
ed before the
advent of another
up season. "This year, there llradford County Florida,
HO wide and so different from his
had to be too much hurry at Washington, and then at Gaines- own that he has the enthrallmentof H:65t23 1 4 wa1 i "'

ville, in trying to get out to the growers their quota cards v 46:, adventurous participation in a OTICM] OF T,%APPLICATION.'[ IIOKI FOil

before the Florida-Georgia markets opened," C. P. Ilelfen- far flung drama. (....nn.e lllll <\... 1O1NOTICK : ) .
stein, editor of the Democrat writes. RIVER "A SOUTHERN DISCOVERS D. Stanley holder of Tax Certificate t.7..I. /
NATIVES ALONE 141 ORINOCO\ No. 1)30.) Issued the 7th day
"Officials did not have time, as they did for the Carolina (4V VVNEZfKL4 .. AMERICA GROW THE SOUTH" : of August A P. 1931: has filed, annul $705
GARDENS.. In toy office and has made eppllcalion
and Virginia markets to straighten out of the MBN IH Ttal TIME OP IMPEROR Of TUt flA VI Of ANT* TNewM.4s4 ; for a tax deed to he |Issued!
some apparent AUHEUAN WHS fORSIDCtN ID WIAR Last spring Mr. Daniels climbed thereon Mali, certificate embraces
irregularities in the f peerAWYE Into his and drove the following described property In
quotas allotted to individual mess CMCOS IMFAS seRVED FoR IN eoMTAiHim Htorrto AND car on highroads
THt SKDVND. the County of Bradford, State of $ os
But for 1939 FEM/N/NE fOOTMAR. and backroads from Mary- Florida, to-wlt: $ '
growers. quotas are to be set late this fall, be- i
East Three-fourth of Northwest
land to the Gulf. The author -
fore cast their Quarter of Northwest WI i ,
growers votes in December for or against con-
writes: Mountain and Piedmontand
Quarter Section 10 Township! A 1.00.16 r
tinuance of the control program," the writer states, and con- Coastal Plain I rode it! Hnuth Range 22 Rant contain-

tinues as follows: Trndin' An Traf lickim' I lay on my belly in the Arkansas The Inc 30 aHeHHnient Acres. more of or the lean.Bald. property $020IJ
dust and changed a tire on the under the Maid certificate IMHiied -

"We believe that some reasonable form of control shouldbe AMONG OUR KXCIIANUKN I hottest summer day I talked wan Raid In the certificate name of filial Unknown.I'nleHH be I

maintained as manufacturers _have__ fairlv large I with hitchhikers and tenant farmers deemed according to law the re-I
o ___n .__ supplies I .. arty dearrihed ihereln will be ....
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hiilbillles and Deita
of leaf on hand and unrestricted would planters. to: the highest bidder: at .thQ;;;; t t
production certainlylead Truck growers In the great Lake office who assume an attitude ofa These told me the story of the house door on the first Monday I In. I

to a sharp drop in prices paid for all grades of tobacco. Okeechobee region are less fortunate great big "I am" man. But South. IH the the month, Snl. dnv of October October 1H18.19'tl which, : You can depend on this treat

"Surely our growers do not want to raise a lot of tobacco than Bradford County far. when another election comes 1>at'd I this, : 2.r, day alt Atntuxi; tire for lung life, and red
mers, according; to Paul Rardin, around that's a different story and "LIFE OF ANDREW JACKSON" IllsOFFlCIAt, performance. vet II coin
costing them from ten to thirteen cents per pound to pro- editor of the Everglades News, the people have a right to know Marquis James ( A. J.HF1.THOMAS: or no oil-brand more than little-known,

duce and then be able to get an average of only twelve to who says: "Lack of rain Is retarding what happens In Washington even Marquis James tells of Andrew Clerk llrndford of, Clrciill County,Court Plot-Ida of how little this casings husky quulity Sw

fourteen cents per pound for it. farm operations and manygrowel.s though the information has to be Jackson's boyhood days his life 8-20-51-9-23 tire really
have expressed an opinion brought direct to the people by during/ law school and his court- ">OIKI: or S 'f.f.U' %'.'IO Y Kniteennte time ftuaranteef? I
"Early setting of quotas on an acreage basis (acreage that plantings during September the president himself. ship and marriage to Rachel Ro- v\\ t.t.u:. :
', rather than will be far under those of other "President bards then to his final triumphthe ( lllll \... Ella: )
poundage we believe the program would Roosevelt has not NOTICK IS" HJoHnUY GIVJo:N. ThatOeorire t
Some soil Is being turned
work better yeara. acted in a piggish manner In what Presidency of the United Keen holder of Tax CertlflcateH -
each man were allowed so many acres, selling but It has been found in many he has wanted and States This book won the Numbered respectively 351IxMiied

,, from them whatever poundage he could raise) would enable places that a satisfactory job of He has had tough sledding did not throughthe want. zer prize for this year. pUllt-j August Sept 7. 103.1. 2nd and, 1111.1121 1122 Issued Infilled Au- G-3 All-WEATHER GOODYEAR

growers to plan their entire 1939 production much better, the plowing dryness cannot of the be done soil."because of I. years that he has been president i first of your book."FIGHT friends to office iruHt 7.and 1931 has, haM made flied application same In for mv World'. moet HA

than this from the He has been man enoughto outstanding, tax deed to be Issued thereon Saidcertlfirates popular tiromoro bla-lirt nlM
year, setting out of beds right on i renpectlvelv embrarexthe whh>lloodrwquality
admit that he has made mis- s->pl. ride
through." The and of following described propertleaIn on Coodyaar 1-
1 newspaper boys girls .
I takes and who wouldn't make mistakes FOR LIFE" the County of Bradford. State of than oa any otber CU'lntprlcm
Florida are grateful to Don Loch- at times with Paul de Krulf Florida, to.wit: kind I
We believe that such a -
t most growers will agree with the writer ner for his sales talk, boosting the responsible Certificate No. 381 embraces
job on his shoulders Again de Krulf has thrown a Northwest Quarter of Northeast A8 LOW $1015 AllOW $ u
of the above paragraphs that a reasonable form of crop con-' weekly press before the Tampa But a majority 'of the things that charge at our nottoocomfortableworld. Quarter & all Went Half of A8 AI $640

trol should be maintained. Reduced Advertising Club. he has sought''ha He believes Houthwent Quarter of Northeast
to its elementary form been for the that science Quarter All East Half of

the only question seems to be whether farmers had rather benefit of every man, woman and can progress more rapidly than it Southeast Quarter of Northwest
t The "summer doldrums" don't Quarter North of Public Road &
child in this United States. Is allowed to. This Is a very stir
grow a small acreage and get a high price for it, or grow a seem to bother the Vero Beach "So, the next time you hear any- ring story. De Krulf argues thatit North Northeast Half of Quarter Southeast Section Quarterof 24 MARATHONTRUCK

big acreage and get only a few cents above cost. Everyone Journal.exchanges It and Is one Is of always our newsiest packed one say that President Rooseveltis is cheaper considering these East TownHhlp, containing 6 South 78 Acres Range, more 22

r will agree that there is less work and more profit in a small with advertising. trying to be a' dictator becausehe TIRES
sees fit to
expose who
acreage at a high price.Of failed to carry out the wishes of HEW LONG MILEAGE! :
Marie Holderman's Cocoa Tribune DRINK
course the quotas should be distributed fairly and we anounces proudly that eggs the voters who put those men In HEW LOW COST!
office, let it go in one ear and
believe that every one concerned made an honest effort to do cannot be fried on the sidewalk in out the other. We believe that

just that. No doubt mistakes were made and some growers that city even on the hottest the candidates might beginto perhaps Built by the World's
days. Just for fun the experimentwas
might feel that they were discriminated against this year in tried, but after remaining on learn a lesson, maybe in the Largest Tire Builder.

'. the matter of the sidewalk for half hour the future when they promise the Pepsi .
However, we do not think that such I an voters to do certain things -
egg was just as fresh as ever, the BETCola
misakes were intentional-they were made because of haste Tribune says. No comment was I will not go back on their word LIFETIME GUARANTEE

and inexperience in the of once they ore established in office .
administering such huge
a made as to the temperature of the I i: In
Washington. And If
reporter who conducted the experiment they .
program. however. do, then let them seffer the consequences BIGGER AND \ Register Motor Cot

If growers are patient and accord officials their whole- when. the next election
hearted believe The Punta Gorda Herald re- rolls around. Starke. Fla.
support we that the tobacco control program -
1 vises Emerson thusly: "If you can
i i; can be worked out to the ultimate satisfaction and benefit of i produce better claptrap the world I

1 everyone concerned. will beat a path to your door" I,| 'Ir

i' Yes And probably elect you to 'i
\ r.I I Home high office to boot. I

', Few men will be missed'' T,
: d City election time in Starke-usually one long yawn- among members of newspaper pro. a y

,f has this year decidedly jumped out of the rut and is making fession as will be our beloved Jack I WHAT A LOVELY KITCHEN.NELL... A GAS STOVE? HOW DO J

r a strong bid for its share of attention from the voting public. Worthington editor of the Lake OUT HERE IN THE COUNTRYTOO..WHY YOUR i7 GET WAY OUT HERE CAN! YOU COOK ft
I Wales Highlander: His genial i STOVE LOOKS MORE MODERN THAN WINE ,,

g' With fourteen names to be listed for the six vacancies in smile and friendly handclasp can I: f RIGHT THERE! SEE MEAL FOR 3 CENTS?

" :, the city administration, the ballot to be used on September 13 Press never Association bo exactly meetings duplicated wherehe at ;| OF COURSE! THERE ARE TWO TANKS t

\ i will be one of the longest ever handed to voters in a city was always a faithful attendant I I IT'S THE LATEST / SO ONE IS ALWAYS You can when you idopt

election here. Registration also has shown a startling increase It Is Ironical that, at his MAGIC CHEF"PYROFAXTGAS \ a. IN RESERVE country-cooking style

i' of around 500 more names than the number qualifiedlast vitation, the Association In-I RANGE, ; f ii II when you cook the Magic
to meet In Lake Wales this LOOK AT J-JT
year when not a single candidate had opposition. However unknown to mortal \ THIS HIGH .- A H1 Chef way, with real 'PYROr -

Several factors perhaps contribute to the increased interest greater plans were in store for \ pr 2' SPEED OVEN AND '- FAX" Gas on a beautiful mod
Jack and he will not be there to
being manifested this year: among them being un play the part of the perfect host F ern stove of
usually strong opposition in and BROILER I a For the small charge
some races, arguments pro that he would have been.

and centering around Starke's $9.75 you can have"PYROFAX"
con municipal light and water -
Just to show how opinions differ intailed. -
plant. However, we are at a loss to explain the flood of even among papers of the Gas regulating equipment

,lt candidates (eight in number) for the three places to be filledon same political party allegiance, we ( Any Magic '-bef:
quote the following from two "PYBOFAX" Gas you
the City Council. The most likely explanation is that
prominent Florida publications I KNOW GAS IS BEST FOR COOKING, | OKAY, choose be bought on convenient .
small groups, being dissatisfied for one reason or another concerning President Roosevelt's [BUT DON'T YOU PIMP pYKOrAX-GAS EXPENSIVE?] WELt.TOM.YOU WIN I PARUN&.. may
with candidates who announced active participation In various payments.
early, kept persuading and YOU'LL,
state primaries: THE Decide now that life is too
cajoling this man and that until a full field was brought into E. R. Russell, editor of the ? HEAVENS NO!, NTR.IFYOU'LI.GEI LOVE IT t ehortfordustasheskindliag,

the arena. Brooksvllle Journal, : "TheP..esldent'a "PYROFAX'GAS I I
says 'ITS SAVING US tl' J wicks and soot! Send in the

Whatever the explanation, however, we are glad to see rampage through Geor- MONEY. IT ONLY + all about
gia has stirred up that state to its .roupon and find out
the increased interest being manifested, although we might very foundation. It appears out of / COSTS ME 3 OR H a fast, convenient, economical

:' wish that issues were a little more clear-cut and that prospec- place for a President of these CENTS TO COOKAftG cooking with MpYROFAx"Gas.
t / United States to try and take a FAMILY DINNER* 4
; tive members- of the City Council would make their bid for /
hand in politics where a question
(, votes on definite platforms as do candidates for state and should concern only the inhabitants -

: county offices. of a state. Mr. Roaevelt has Clip the Coupon
undoubtedly made an error."

\ 0J Al Cody liberal young editor of i 1 NOW/

J '. NEW USE FOIl HEnRIES IS WELCOME: NEWS the Marlon County News says In /ii1.

; Encouraging news for Bradford County came this week part: ---
"President Roosevelt does not ----------
i in the announcement that Department of Agriculture scien- desire to be a dictator, neither -- -

tists in Washington, D. C., believe they have found a new use does he enjoy taking a part in PYROFAX I I quIGLEY STARKE.*FLA.- .\\'I"
state politics. However, ha does
for strawberries. object to candidates going around ,II I would like to know how hull

t They are experimenting with fresh strawberry syrup the country hanging on his coattail TradeMarkDEPENDABLE I it would cost me to cook with

for use in carbonated drinks in place of the artificial flavoring and being elected on promises GAS SERVICE :I "PYBOFAX" GasAdtin '
to the voters which they the candidates -
that is served to the
being public today.If do not out COOKS HEATS '
the experiments prove successful it will mean the "Too many men are elected who ; .

opening of a vast new market for Bradford's chief money ,do the opposite of what their platform See QUIGLEY & D A V IS"I
was at the time they ran for
t crop. Here's wishing success to the scientists. office and too many are elected to DEALER FOR ELECTRO-ACOUsTI0 LAB., WILLISTOV FL.PAGE .\. I

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