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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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BIGGEST-=- I I NEW UNIT -MOVED' INTO Fourteen t tons PLANT and- $25,000! SCHOOL() TERM Will Seek To Condemn u'I|'I:: : :! ,


worth of cast iron In the form ,

of a 300-horsepower Diesel engine ,, ", i it .' '
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REGISTRATION
BEGINS II ,
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I IK shown here being mov- ? ,
ed Into its new home at Site For Post Office ft

Starke's municipal- light and r U" ;
HISTORYlarge j : NEXT
IN WEEKNew :
J water plant. An Idea of Its .
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I the fact that from Al- :.:
freight WANTED FOR FEDERAL BUILDINGTOTAL Government Wants Loca- !

\ Number Negroes lentown, Pa, on the portion ; L I
Principal Says
shown here was $688 Heavy lion At Call and 'i ::1

Qualify For City i I ctr mufflers and other pints will 1 Matter of Football OF 105 FEET Court Streets I) "

Election i I probably bring the total I Up to Public I!.
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freight bill close to $2,000.

The new unit Is now In placeat I THREE OWNERS .i I, :
Opening exercises nine o'clock
In the
The largest registration I the plant but another three '
}history of Starke--a total of 725I weeks will probably elapse before Monday morning will mark the ,: ;i \\1 l "I
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the list of voters qual- I beginning of a new term the Masonic and :' '
I L u shown by It Is put into operation.In I Lodge Judge ,
I tried for the city election kere on r the accompanying picturetwo forty-fourthfor Bradford County 53X 105OWNED '
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I Tuesday, Spt. 13. The Hat appears r. negro' men struggle with I!I, High School. :-fit*. Perryman Will Be i.jlj J ::

I on page two in thIs issue of the iron monster while Don B, L Williams, new principal BY Defendants i, ,,' 'n

| the Telegraph i i ? ., Hoover candidate for the City 1 stated yesterdaY' that short talks I, :
r ., by Congressman' Lex Green ;' "
"bt Council Is an Interested Circuit : L' ,
A sizeable bloc of negro regls- ii:, K FERRYMAN 8 First definite intimation that ;
Judge A. Z. Adklns '
rations, around 6(). Is shown by I spectator and var- the site at the southeast corner ,I' '
{ list. The large Increase in the I ious school officials will be a featur o. of the junction of Call and Court ". < ,
the I of the exercises Several .
well .. numers Streets here Is favored as the location : '\ '
[number of negro voters as as : fr "
i ) will be played by the school /. J
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I the general Increase in all regls- I| bab(|. I, 00 for Starke'a proposed $70- ; -; ,.
Jtrations, Is attributed to the fact o. 000 postofflce came yesterday In an .!. \. 1 J ; ".
{that it Is no longer necessary to 1! *1! Following the program, students 105 FEET: : !::3 announcement from Washington, r'' .
will return to their '
[ poll taxes in order to vote. rooms to complete D. C., that condemnation proceedings "
pay registration and will be dismissed will be started against prop : ,'<''i; : -
The following: names will appear for the day at 11:-30( o'clock. erty owners Interested In the site f'
ticket Carl .9 j
election
Jon the city : _
Regular classes will begin Tues "
ir' who have thus far refused to sell "
I Incumbent. and W. D. Pen- f// J-
Johns '
.. day morning 38 X 52'i OWNEDOWNED their holdings to the Government. j I" ,,'
I der for city clerk; A. L. Alvarez g: !
I \ The following list of teachers The announcement stated that r, 'f.,
incumbent and J. B. Sapp for marhhal BY r1 t ;
( subject to change without no- a Joint Treusury-Poslofflce De-
Dr. W, E. Middleloa and .
IX. D;, Wainwright Jr., for mayor; t.'e" was announced this week by BY S. INEZ GREEN ;:J pal Imenl committee had recommended ; .)
bupt: A J. Griffis' office
1 0 L Beasley, incumbent L. A I MASONICLODGE that suit be started : ,f .:
ICanova, Incumbent H. A. Bishop )B Williams, principal; J. H. against E 1<. Penyman. C. H.Naswoithy 'i *
1 Atkinson h*.cl of commercial' I >
Iff H Hart Don L. Hoover R. as master of the :)f.\; ,;, '
I A NewBorn and S. E. Sparks forth paitment; J, Whlttlmom, de-I I Starke Masonic. Lodge S. Inez 1j ",
structor and coach. I i 67 FEET: Green (Mrs ( and, '
( three places to be filled on the Floyd Jieeru. 't;, ,4
High/ School teachers-: fn.ru!. Catherine E Davis, ,4tk ,.
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otv Council Evelyn Stump, Mrs. T. T. I CALL STREET!: :
inspectors of the election will be Mrs luck Williams. Mrs Long S. S., Recent developments, however, \ ', ."

F A Scott A. H. Johns and J. Dowling. MI's. Blanche Vundivlere -I probably exclude Mrs. Green f\fij ijwill ij\; ': \ '
Mrs. Searing Dies KILLEDBY \
and Mrs ,
L Peek Voting will take pla.ceat and Lester Sponholtz. I Davis from the suit aa ; ',"

| the City Hall. i Junior high teachers: Mrs. Ruby Mrs Charles O. Searing died\ at'' LIGHTNINGFor the Interest of the taller (tan office 'Iij'Ii ) ':.((

-. Mae Perkins Miss Dorothy Swan- her home here Sunday morning at'' building and property directly '> j1 Ii ,
on the corner) has been ':'
bom, Mrs. Eva Anderson' Mrs. R the age of seventy-three years the second time in less than purchased 1'1'
LEGION HOMEAPPROVED by Mrs. Green who in turn baa f-' r ragl'eerJ
F Demoiest, and Mrs. Grace She was born October 13 1865In three months lightning has brought
to accept the Govel'Dml'nt' 's,:
Wainwrlght! Thompson, 111, her name being death to the Luwtey section. :J t' ,:'J
offer of $4,000 for her entire In- !! :"t
Sixth Grade; Miss Lucile Kennedy Estella Ann Burge before her marriage The lalest victim alxleen-year '
,I lerest. Including another office 'I. k
Word was received here this and Mrs Eunice Searing. March 14, 1883 to Charles old Johnnie Frlgo, popular young building.The "J\ !I'
I week that President Roosevelt has i Fifth Grader Miss Willie MaeI O. Searing. She and her husband farm lad was struck down dur- \ ,
I affixed his signature to plans for I I Hlnson Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby later moved to Morl town, N. J, Ing the middle of the afternoon Masonic Lodge, however ,; ,t \!<

I a community center in Starke, to I and Miss. Mildred Morgan. where she became a member of the Monday while working In the ban refused an offer of $1,000 for j ':t '

I be used for a Legion Hall, Boy I I Fourth Grade: Mrs. Edna Hart, Methodist Church. For the past strawberry patch at this home a strip thirty-eight feet on Call St. W! J I .

I Scout meeting room, and Rotary REWARDSARE Mrs. Martha F. WilliamsMrs. I Miss Lucile Edwards and Mrs. II ten years they had made their northwest of Lawtey.The by 52(4( feet' deep. This Is In the J, ,t

[Club Center. OFFEREDThe Martha Frances Williams, RudolDh Andrews. home in Starke. first victim Johnnie Crawford extreme______.u eastern.L.-_ portion__ _of the Ii.t: ;,11 :
The project calls for allocation I 71, died early Sunday night of Third G; d''Mlas'; Ernestine Besides her husband, Mrs. Sear- 3(1, was struck' on June-14 prupeiiy ueairea py me uovern- "

[ of$3,863 in WPA funds, $200 from I I state Commission of Game pneumonia following an Illness of! Buddlngton and Mrs. Ethel Bigga.I Ing l la survived by three daughters at his farm three miles southwest lot ment owned and is part of a sixty-foot if.1"'Ii "

f Ibe county commission $200 from and Fresh Water Fish is continu- two days. In the home of her I Second Grade: Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Andrew Muller and Mrs of Lawtey By strange coincIdence by the Mason .

I the City and $600 from the American i ing Its eforta to give protection to daughter. Mrs. Stafford L. Crews, I Miss Kitty Hogaed and Mrs. Edna I II Al Jan sen of Summit, N. J., and he also was working in his County Judge E. K. Perryman I .,1, 1
Legion. The site of the build-i the game and fresh water fish in near Starke on the Lake Butler I I Prevatt. I Mrs. Warren Johnson, of Kennel- sliuwberry patch. hits also refused $1.000( for a portion t P

I log and its grounds lies on the' this territory and in line with this highway. I I First Grade: Miss Ruby Lllley worth, N. J.; four sons, Glen O Young Frlgo was u native of 53 V4 feet' by 105 feet being 'f 1'' ; .

I coiner of Christian and Call Is continuing Its offer of substantial Funeral services were held Tues. 'I Miss Madge Middleton, and Mrs Searing of Jacksonville. Earl B. Bradford County and lived at his I the south part of the property t' "

Streets just west of the Chrlitian rewards for Information lead- day morning at 11 o'clock In the :I Leola Roberts Searing of Starke Voorhees P. farm home with a sister and two sought for the postofflce site. <1 r'" i 1

[ Church and was donated by Floyd ing to the arrest and conviction of New River Baptist Church with ,' Besides Mr. Williams, who i Searing, of Lincoln, Neb, and brothers, both parents being dead. If the Government goes ahead 1 :+ I )\ I
I Green. Reverends G. I comes here from Williston the Jr., of Atlanta with condemnation .
certain types of violations accord- the L. HemlngwaY'j' I Charles O. Searing lie was president of the Lawtey proceedings! j : ,
Congressman Lex Green paid I Ing to an announcement made here C C. Butler. and C. new teachers In the above group Ga. ; one brother, Mack Burge, 4-H Club and was a member of the toe case will probably be tried In \' .'j

I taxes and paving liens on the today by A. A. Durden, Conservation I, ficiating Interment was in the are Mr. Atkinson of Ocala, Mr. I of Los Angeles, Ca!.;, nine grandchildren Catholic Church. Federal Court In Jacksonville The ; : ,, '

property amounting to several Officer for Bradford County.In church cemetery. Pall bearers I Whittlmoie, of Bradenton, MIss !, and two great-grand- trial will be by jury and the ac- I II '.J
Survivors four sisters Mrs.
J hundreds of dollars. The actual i iI the announcement I were W. K, Clyde and W. E. I Swanbom, of Lawtey, Mr. Spon- children. are tual condemnation, If it Is ordered r 4' ; '\

I operations on the project are now I Mr. Durden making stated the commission Loadholtz E A. Sapp Wesley j i holtz! of Luwtey Mia Van lvlere. The body was forwarded to Mor- and Emory Miss Price Lillian Mrs. Lena,/ all Chllds ol will probably be made by the Federal I.c' :1I j 1

I at the discretion of state adminllstralor -' is offering the following rewardsfor I Johns and Roy Tomllnson and arrangements of Starke, and Miss Morgan of rlslown N. J., where services were Jacksonville and Miss Frlgo Madeline district attorney.The :i 1 I
were under directionof Brooker. held Tuesday afternoon at three will be de,1' ';
J. R. Dili, in JacksonI 1 Information that leads to the I Frigo of Lawtey; and five brothers project probably '}
I vllle i for DeWitt C. Jones. Members of the faculty who o'clock from the funeral home of ayed from five to six months (( I'I .
arest and conviction of anyone Joe Fred, and Guy, all of I
,I these certain violations I Mrs. Williams was a lifelong I taught here last year and not In- Raymond Lanterman. Interment Jacksonville and Louis and, Paul awaiting the outcome of the suit. I JI t t't'ha "
resident of Bradford Countv. having rlnHoH In thA rllrrpnt. lint Rrp' was .in. Eversrrecn Cemetery at n..varnm ..1 .annta t..1 1.
BENSONSTO I $100 reward for reporting the ; been born here Dec. 13,'1866.I I Leon- A."Gray: :, J. -H.-Benoan, R L: Morrlstown. Arrangements'from or Law ley. ofiO5ftonCaltStnd12ofeet- l ,\t : If:

LAKELANDJ I killing of deer or wild turkey out the daughter of Randal Johns Geiger Mrs. J. H. Benson Mrs. I Starke were In charge of the Sea- Funeral services were held ut on Court St :tt \ rJ' ,t

of season I who came to this county from I II I' Bynum Perkins C. M. Howard shole Funeral Home Jacksonville. Lawtey Wednesday afternoon at -----. I '
H Benson former principal I $50 reward for reporting the Georgia. She was married to P.I I 1 Mrs. C. M. Howard Mrs. Jeannette ---- _. .- ---- two o'clock with the Rev. O. E.: )t 'I "'

I of B. H. s. has been given a place killing of quail out of season. I A. Williams whom she survived. :,I I Klncnld Miss MargueriteCamels SHERIFF Cutshaw officiating. Burial was LIGHT RATES t." :: ;L, .:,

In the commercial department of I $5( reward for reporting the de- anil, two daughters Mrs. D. D. I II |I and Miss Jessie Mae Bran- in St. Mary's Cemetery in Jacksonville DISCUSSED ik'' .'!

the Lakeland High School and l structlon or taking of eggs of wild Greek, of Jacksonville, and Mis.S. nen. GETS CONVICTS .1'

has moved from Starke, with his l turkey or quail. I L. Crews of Starke and two I II |I Mr. Williams said that school Pallbearers were J. C. Prlnglu, Roy Mathews, owner of MathI f4''Iewe' '$ ':' ::..

family to make his home In that I' $25 reward for repelling, the sons, E. C. Williams- Apopkn, I i',will begin In the morning at 8:35 j Three escaped state convicts Troy Loiulliollz Louie WainwrIght Dairy thin week made the t it'' : .

I I sale of Black Bass. I and W. R. VVflTTamsT f Jackson-I o'clock and will be dismissed at 31 have been' captured In the past Carl Edwards Leon StarIng following written statement: tt I' '
cityThe !I $100 reward for reporting thei vllle survJVe. One brot o'clock In the afternoon The two weeks in Bradford County and James An ,l'eu. j

talented Bensons a very musical and i I dynamiting of fish In the freshwater I Johns,/of nnlfn oz1ye. I lunch period will be from 12 I by Sheriff A. O Andreu and turn- --_ h .__ --. "I noticed a political! advertise- I
family will be greatly I mint In a recent Issue of the Telegraph t
in the county. I Mil/WIIIt was a member Ofi.< clock noon to 12.55.: I ed over to state authorities.: I.i11't f
mliaed j
in the social life, church DAILY which stated thai the city :
I Work I These rewards are payable toI th Baptist Church. i I In discussing the matter of ath- Two negroes, J. C. Brown serving RUNS J, ,
and various civic organlza- ot Starke has one of the highest.
other than a regular law ---- -- .' ------ : let Mr. Williams stated that a sentence for breaking and 1:
lions I anyone : \s. TO CONTINUE
ot !
| Starke. light rates In FIOI'l 'inforcement officer I whether or not B. H. S. will support I entering' and Harvey Franklin, '!
Before leaving for their new that "as .A CURRENT time for automobile theft, "This cannot be true for right t t .
I lIe stated further a football team depends entirely making Daily runs will be continued by : \' 't
borne the Bensons made the fI-I.{ I usual thing the above major game t// IN AUGUST I upon "the reaction of parr both trusties escaped from the the Georgia Southern & Florida here In Bradford County withinhree 'll:, "

[ lowing statement: I I law violations are commItted fcy : enls, students and citizens of the I Colony Camp near Gainesville Hallway betwen Palatka and Val- miles of Starke I have to t'i ''f:' '

"We wish to thank our frlenils'astaike a comparative few selfish Individuals ( fans and electric town." If he Is convinced that Wednesday August 17 Sheriff losla Ga, at leust until a rulingon pay the Florida Power & Light .

for the many kindnesses : whet do not have any regard, frlgerators apparently jvsfled the people of the community want I I I Andreu, assisted by Deputy J B. an Injunction against the company Co a higher rate. In fact I wish I!f:' ''.

I Mil courtesies extended to us in II I for fellow sportsmen or for the I I overtime In the torrldjwSther experienced football, every effort will be madeto Rowe, apprehended and arrested Is made on September 15.: In I could get Starke to construct a "

SChool church, and civic work. !, community as a whole and no on*'. dtirlnjf.-Arugusl for the)1 sponsor a creditable team he I j the two men Thursday August 18, Bradford County the line passes line to my place and let me have ; l\\::

I "We are keenly interested In tile: should have any hesitancy In reporting niiningenue't1Ti the City Light & utated east of New River on the U. S. & through Hampton. Ita rates. 1 > '
I'elfare of directto Plant has announced that I railroad tracks. They were "The cost to me from the Flor'I '
the schools of violations to me or Water A faculty meeting was held here F. Early this summer the railroad ,
I County, and trust that Bradtord'i I the commission In Tallahassee. twenty-five percent more current Tuesday .morning and another one turned over to prison authoritiesat commission denied an application Ida Power & Light, Co. for theist "

I Williams& the new principal, will "Any reports received are always !- was used last month than during has been announced for Saturday the Colony Camp. Franklin of the company to curtail the ( 100 K.WH.'s Is $1450.: If 1 .::1 ,

[we the full cooperation of all the I' treated as strIctly confidential June and July. Light bills, consequently I morning at 10 o'clock had been appointed a trusty the chedule to three runs a week. I used Starke's power the first ..S 1

I hool patrons in making this the I II and the source of Information are larger this month I Mr. Williams expressed himselfas morning he escaped.The Soon after the railroad notified 100 K.W.H.'s would cost me only ;! .

I most fruitful school year in Its I Is never divulged to any one No than for some time past. being enthusiastic over the outlook third escaped prisoner the commission It would not abide $/t.M. If I used 200 KWH's the jit I ; ;''1 1 i'

history ,Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benon announcement Is made when the Both generators are now run for a successful term of Clyde Wilkinson serving a three by the ruling. Florida Power & Light Co.'s ,' l

| and family. ) rewards are paid. nlng full time at the peak load school. and a half year sentence for brl'ak-j To force them to comply T. T. charge would be $1950, while i :I 'j

--.-- I "I believe and I find that most with no "sland-by", it Is suld. fo'lgi i The new elementary building/ ing and entering e\Jcce\ Turnbull, attorney for the commission Staike's charge would be $13.95. I 1t.'i:1: ,
Labor thatIt urea kept at the plant show that 1 will be occupied by all three sections -, made a break from a chain "It can easily be seen that : J.Starke'
Day Closing \ hunters and fishermen to agree take care 1,372 kilowatt-hours were made I of the first grade. all three I I II near Tampa a year and, a halt) obtained an injunction s rate Is not the highest f '''I'I 1 1In
Most Is a service to all recently from Circuit Judge De- .
Starke business houses day during July while during I sections of the second grade and ago. lie was at large until Mon- j Bradford County let alone the 14'
thIs per
'WIll of the and fish In coun- Will Gray, at Jacksonville.The .
Ik close at noon Monday! for aWhollday game of I August the amount generated stepped one section of the third grade. I day of last week, when captured i State. I wish I hud Starke's rate." { : '
| In observance of La., ty and that the reporting game : to 1,694 k.w.h. per day, by Sheriff Andreu In a cornfield j dully run will be continued
constl- up the line the .
I/"or violators to the duly : Along same was
Day. A few will be law to Huzen. near until the judge makes his ruling
places belonging George foli"l'
H nosed tuted authorities Is now generally (average) Last Half HolidayThis lowing statement submitted by \ ,
for expected about IS:
the he was not September
entire day. They, The load carried by the plant Brooker Evidently r
We The AAP Kt-nr' I...1Ia.'. considered as performing a public I! L ____.. ._. week's was the last Thursday I tat.tr\ff urAlt n. HA usn. rilllllnty fnrn -.. ---- L. Watterson of Hampton: f ,,
r Beauty Salon: The Florida-Bank !service..' nere last nas seven increased years.iuu it percemthe is said.l a' -'half-holiday to be enjoyed by I!! to' 'eat Stale' ';authorities' called; I I Gin to Operate ; "The people of Starke are be:1::1' '1 : ,
i told have of the 'I, / .
01 t Starke and the postoff. ---.---- Starke business bouses School for and delivered Wilkinson back Ing they one highest > \
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Gun Confiscated starts Monday and Thursday closing 'II, to Tampa the following day. M. P. Matheny Is again In I rules for electric service In the J f I
Read Building HomeWork usually ceases here with the Starke to manage the operationof State. This Is not an. We hear u : I
7 A. A. Dur-
News on Page Conservation Officer confiscation Is progressing rapidly on opening of school.Associate I II the co-operative cotton gin here lot about a two-cent cooking rata f I : i
Just to prove that high school den has announced the six-room bungalow being built I Loses Home this season The crop will be short and some may actually get It, but I

"Wents are not the only ones cap- of a gun belonging to George he a Mallory Thomas on his prop .PhYsician L. B. Alexander proprietor of because of small acreage and considerable right here In Hampton I have useda I"
able' that by '
of publishing a "Journal." Osburn on the suspicion north of the community I clothing stores In Starke and Wal- / damage from rain. 15-hoi sepowcr motor for pumpIng Lj, ,

Starke business men are this week had been shooting quail Starke.out of season Mr.- canning erty just center on Road 13. Several -. Dr. Lloyd H. Jennings physicianand do had the misfortune to lose his water and for other work and !' ;'I, ; ,
of
III trying> their hand at editing a page I In the area east other houses are undergoingpainting surgeon of Jacksonville, yesterday home In Waldo by fire last Fri talk about a two-cent rate! the '.;It I j ,
Is making
the Telegraph. You will find!I Durden states that he and repair work. Mrs. became associate physicianwith day morning. It Is believed that New Manager lowest I have been able to obtain .'.; I
the I II
"Ollie Interesting reading and some every effort to see that this district game O. J. Griffin's place on Walnut St. Dr. W. E Mlddleton here. Dr. the blaze resulted from defective Aubrey Moore well-known native from the Florida Power tc Light '. I I

Very Interesting bargains for the I laws are enforced In 1 Is being remodelled and painted Jennings is married and he and wiring. No one was home at the Of Bradford County Is now Co. was eight cents per K.W.H. ; t"lI

for P nlng of school In "The Brad-I and warns the public confiscated that guns Incases Inside and out. The exterior of his wife are occupying the home time and all furnishings, a. well manager of the local Suwannee had to purchase an engine at I t'j'::'I, ItI

""II County Merchants' Journal, will be permanently are obtained the house occupied by J. B. Car on North Walnut Street recently a8 the home were a complete loss., Store He succeeds M. A. Mitchel, could not stand that price. For ', .t ,

'o Page seven 1 In this Issue. Turn where convictions out of lisle on Church St. Is also being vacated by Proto J. H. Benson and I Mr Alexander plans to rebuild who had been manager for the I your Information and guidance I ,'

"rtif thl page and lee what good for shooting quail painted. family very soon. past several months I submit this fact." ,, i
"or our local business men are. season. -

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ELECTORS FOR GENERAL: ELECTION NOT I CM OK "..PI.I..rIO. "'OI 1 ftOTICM OF "PPI.I''TIO' Article X of the read Constitution follows be %O'I'lt'l'I OP "'PI.I. 1'1'1 .\l
GUM BRANCH LIST OF QUALIFIED Foil .' amended so a* to as : I \X nsbii tilt
'I.\X 111 livery person who has the legal ( I
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Annla Mae Damage, Cor. OF TilE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA, TO BE HELD ..a. RIl Y.GI'EN, That NOTICE IS IIEH10BYOIV10N.. That title or beneficial In this title State In equity and who to NOTl.'lc tt liEltl.t: :, !; ,',0:,. I
NOTICIIttIU .
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ON TilE 13TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER: A. D. 1938 "respectively of Tax Certificates S51Isiued Mrs. Beulah Numbered Kelly holder of TaxCmtlflcales renldes property thereon and In good faith tlficete D. Stanley, ) i'ptut. '.. ,. It.
Numbered r.llp".UVIIy. the hi, or her < I. I ,
of make ame permanent "f .
H. Keen and son. Vance 2nd., 19X1, 1122 iHBuedAuirUMt 1340 and 1342 1.,1, August August A. U Inal.: i 'h '
the home ,
".pI 141 or permanent \\11
Shamrock visited friends and relatives and 1183 Issued August 7, 133. has filed sa.n' In m) of another hone or other* legally or naturally In my ottlc. a". h.,. I." .", '
Alvare Until Andrew Rudolph T, filed ama In my office made application ion a tax .1< ,. | ., '
here over the weekend.J. Alv re l, J. M.Aflkitm. 133. his dependent upon said person, thereon. ? '' o '1
A. Z. Andrew, !NelllaAUnre Andrew, Mr. Madeline office ". application for tax dned to be Issued thereon. Said shall be entitled to an exemption Said '"
A. Harnage and W. H. Car- Andrew Jr.. J.V.. *. Erroll Andrew Wesley. L.AlvILr. tax deed to be Ismied thereon. Said certificate respectively. embra..e"the from all except for assessments tho following d.... If,'?1 I., ,' '"' ''0'

ter were diner guests of Mr. and .... A. L.Anderson. BinV.. W.Alvare .Andrew. l\fn. MaudeAllen certificate renpei-lively embrace t roluwlnr decrlbed properties taxl\lon.benefits, up to the the County ,nr, 11,,,,r ,"i,"-i iFlorida. ,:''\ I(
of .
A. W. *. Harl'araAlvare Tra the following described pruperte. In Ih. of Bradford State assessed of Five Thousand 'o."I .
Mrs. Jim Williams of JacksonVille Alvare. ucla H. *. R H. Austin. U H. In the County of Florida, to-wlt: val..aton. said home and East ",", ,, ", o
Sunday. Alderman Dora Alexander J. 3 Alexander Mr*. Aria Kim-Ida, to-wit.: Certificate No 1340( embraces Loiar.real p.pe.ty. a.. defined west Qun,',., ,, ; ""h,

Adkln 1..01.* Alexander W. n. Alexander. Mis Wilma C..rtfl.ale. No. 851. embrace NIt of NEVi! platted as Lake In Article 10, Section 1. of the QUlrt..r Sect lou, 1 M'u T,' V1, ," ..
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Anderson, MyrtlaAlvares Anderson Alice Asplnwall, Mr*. M. Northw.t Northeant KlnifHlev Heights No. I with the on..tltulon. for the year 193!) and ...th. Rung' jj |I. .1, n:"' .

of Rising were dinner :, AnnieAnderson Anders I.eHoy: A Iva vex, Mrs. CorlnaAndnr i Quarter & all West Half of rolow1 exception, In-wi: Lots (Iher..tter. Said tlllo may be held 'Ing 80 Acre,. in,.tm-, ., ,,
children The.
J. Li. Anderson, deo. A. *, Afr* MaKffla Suuthwet Qunrter of Northeast 3 A Ex of Blk by the Jointy. or In common asaesrn.tt' ir ''h. .
.nlretea. ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Andreu, A. O.Alvnre Anderson. Eva Austin, Mr*: Leila Quarter & All East Half of :.1 i & ex Lots 17, 18. 19. 20 of Silk ..Id exemption erty under thp snlii .' ,",, .""rp.

*. Vincent Alvare, Thelma Albert JuliaAlderman Southeast Quarter of Northwest 6 Section 36 Township 6 South may be apportioned among was In i hi num.rtlr: ,. ,", I,.

man Sunday.Mr. Andrew Mrs. Edith Alvare*. I* D.nurney T. J.Rryant Quarter Nortluof Public Road & Range 22 East containing 40 Acres. such of the owners as shall reside Unless said' ,'' ,. .lt, ,h,":',1 '; ."n.
and Mrs. A. J. Williams North' Half of Southeast Quarterof more or less.. thereon a* their respective Interest deemed l\.rO"I". u.,, .t'' ,
n Northeast Quarter Section 2 (', No. 1341 embraces shall a pp.ar. but no uch exemption arty ... ", t ,I", ,', "
and Mrs. Louise Denmark of IT. I.. 0.. W. Wesley W. 'I.tth.fe Lake to the II .
nrownlee, Township 6 Snuth. Range Lots ,f Ilk 6, Klngsley of more than Five Thousand hlKheHtued I tii.1, '11
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Itronke, AlbertXennett Hat tie, RogrersrtlfraH. HuddlnKtnn. John W. East, containing 78 Acre*. more Heights No. I. In NEVi of NEV. Sea. Dollars shall be allowed to anyone hOUND door on I" i n I. ", h., ,'"
O. It. Ethel >t. Bryant W. B.Benmon. or Jens.Certificate. 30 'rp. 6 S. R. Kant.Certificate : person or any one dwelling/ the month of i I"" ,.1.i," I ,.
I I'
ami Mrs. J. S. Sapp over the Bishop II. A, RryantV.i.tk Panfirovni.'P. ; No. 1122 embrace 2 1t. embraces house nor shall the amount of the I I. the 3rd., day
week-end. : Etta Bryant, Hrynn, Mel. Lots I 2. 3 of Blnrk 27. Llvlngnton. Lots I U. 20 of Blk Kings- exemption allowed any person exceed nated thls S3'"I. r.
and Tilnhop Mrs Nina n.Peasley Ressent.. lr \V A. Burney Newn D. Truby & Co' Addition to icy Heights No. 1 In NEVi of NEVi the proportionate assessed valuation 1935. "I \ ",
W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Kersey (1. I. rionham. Mrs. W. A. Bensant ,Mrs. Mary Starke In West Hal of Northeast Sec. 3(1 Tp. 6 S. R. based on the Interest ownedby (OFFICIAL SEM>
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yrbroughand Reasley Oertrnde Hennelt, T. E. Burton ( ha..*. Quarter ... !25! Township The assessment of 2 J.et., property such person. The Legislature A. j. TIMIMAS

dinner of Hums. lldwnrd Bennett 1Cma D Burney Mrs (Olndy 6 South. Range 22 East. under Maid certificate No. 1840wa may proscribe appropriate and reasonable Clerk of i-n, ? ,
sons were guests Hum.. IlesslaTtronke Benson .". II. Tlurney Mr.. (I. W. Certificate No. 1123 embraces, In the name of Unknown; the law regulating the, mannerof Hrnltord c.ninn'. ,' if 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough of Mm. ""rlhln..n..on., Julia D. Bennett StanleyBurrell. Lot 4, I of Block 27 Livingston. ftsmesNmfleuIt of the said property under establishing the right to said 5265 t-9-23 |I.j| ..

Woodlawn. Sunday. Harofont P. M. Brown M. F Tom ','uhy Co'* Addition to StarkeIn said certificate No. 1341 was In exemption.A .
Rockleman August Brown. Mrs.. Florence Bnttle, MnhelBuddlnirton. West Half of Northeast Quarter the name .tV.. W. God bee; the as- -

Mr. and Mrs. :3. V. Shaw and Rnrefoot. Renryniakely fox "'. H. Ernestine Section 2ft, Township 6 Bensment of. the said property under JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "f'rlCFI 0.F1rl",
Jessie !Maerrtitrhfleld. Brvant. Mr.. UztleRennett Baker WalterCarden South Tlanjo 22 East. said certificate No. 1342 was In the an Amendment to Section 21 rf Ar- I. ,
children, of the State Farm were Annie Mae tlcl, 8 of the Constitution of the' Via. .nl"ln "l.ll" 'r
The Hesment of the said property name of Unknown. Rtlrke. by vll t nr I I,. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner' C under said Certificate No. 851 Unless said Certificates shall be State' of Florid. Helatul to the vested In in % 1".1 ., ,'hO
..
was In the name of Unknown; theassessment redeemed according to law the properties Intention call an electin t" i I. '
Sunday. Chas. Canova, Mona A. Mrs. Lucy to Pass Local or Special Laws In the t., : t
of said under sold ur"
property described therein will be .ly hal '.It.1 .
attended church at (rnllev .,. P.Carpenter. (Cnnovn Mary Capo, John M. HE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE vt,,, s- b
J S. ,
Certificate In
Sapp Hald No 1123 was the to the highest bidder at the Courthouse 1".lfl.< m.-' .
D. P. demons, Fronl Cooper.! R. M. name of F ('. Hemmes; and the as- door the first Monday In OF T1IH STATE OF 1939. ftr ,. :.
Crawford Lake over the weekend.Mr. Kunlca c. Coleman J. I Clark. Jim. on ]I I ''h
fannva, .
of said whichIs FLORIDA: That the following Io.e of electing U,. It'll' U
'hnnihers. Afrs. J E. ee..ment property unle. the Month of S.pt.mb..r. ItlllK, I \ "' .
( n.
and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand Colicy, Lydia Carlisle J. amendment to Section 21 of ArttcU cars: {
1123 O.
(Canova Florence R. (Carlton ('. M. (""op..r.. Mr.. K. M. .aid No. was the 6th.. day of September A. 8 of the Constitution of the Stateof I One mayor
of
sons were visiting Mr. and ("lIn",'... Paul B, Jr. Cooper, Richard Capo. Mrs. Emma name Unions Unknown.said certificates shall be 1D3X.Dated of A. Florida a* amended at the general I Three Aldermen
this 10th.
Mrs. Earl Thomas Sunday after- Carlton. FredCarpenter Clark, AliceCrawford CummlnK". Walter redeemed accoMIng to law the properties D 111H' day August election In 192 be, and the namei One Clerk Treann.i' .,.
,Mr*. Annie (Canadv Henry ,Iesmribrrtherait, will be sold i hereby /' to and shall be .or and tax oolliictoi .1415
('..novR. ( Myrtc Crews. R. I,. (Coleman Joe (OJ'FICIAL SEAL) submitted for ratification or rejection One Marshall.Inspectors .
noon.Mr. S. lady. (' O. S. Chambers. J. K. lo the highest bidder at the Courthouse J. THOMAS, by the qualified elector of the of
and Mrs. F. Sapp were Crews, M'll. hamb..rl, iloor the first In of said elfin ,
on Monday Court
Clerk of Circuit '
Canova Levy Carden, V. H.T Chalker Mrs. C. W. State of Florida voting at the general Scott, A. H. Johns, j i, I, p
Jacksonville A the of Is Peek.
Month 1"1S which
business visitors to ON.b"r. Bradford County Florida.812.4t92 election to he held In Novem- In testimony ,
i I
: Monday. D the 3rd., day of October A. D. 1938. ber, A. D. 1938; that I I. to say thatSection ubiorlha my name"h""f.toil) .he".ub,
Darby A. M.Havls >over. Mrs. Mary Dumpier Mr. Rhoda Z. Hated this 22nd., day of August 21 of Article I > of the Constitution enl of the said town 'to I tt
Miss Arsula Crosby of Rising T.. A. Jr. Denmark T P. Pennls. J. tt 1938. of the State of Florida the Uh hp"u"
NOTICE OF SALE OP TAX clay
was a dinner guest of Misses Hel- n"vII, K. M. Denmark P. K. n nm.rk. Mr, Ruth {OFFICIAL SEAL) fKHTIKICATKa: be amended so a. to read a* Ihal: Af"iW3Vli '" '"

Mavl.. Lee Ferryman n..nm.rk. Emily: nilard. M. A. J. THOMAS NOTICE 18 HERBT GIVEN that Section 21. In all case enumerated (OFFICIAL SEAL)
en and Dorothy Norman Sunday. R. C. iek of Circuit Court of ,
Darby Ida U Durden A. In the all 'I. Frank La"dr"
Miss Leila Mae Clark of Hell- Oemorest. R. F. Duncan K. O. DeSue, ObeyDeSue Bradford County Florida. O. C. Kelley that has fled tax with certificates me writ law. shall be precedlnl S..cton.uniform Attest: Mip

t Parhy Annie Duncan Mr*. K. n. James 8-20-51-9-83 ten request operation throughout the ('Alt!. JOHNS
;: bronn spent Monday night With Havl, n. J. Darby, John M. Dryden A. IADurden together with all subsequent omlt-Statebe State but In all cases not enumer- City Clerk.

-\ Misses Margaret and Maria Sapp. Davl*. Ijiirlle Darhv, ln., Jean Mr*. dussleDowllnir NOTICE OF1 Htl.R OP ed or levied taxes and held sold to by the the higheel ated or excepted In that Secton. 8-5-1-9-2.

Mrs. Audrey Newman. of Jacksonville Davis, In,. ninklns. ,, p. E. J.Dowllng CRRTIFICATHA TAJ advert."d cash provided by the Legislature may pass .
Darby Cha Dlnkln, ThelmADenmark Mr*. Cleone NOTICE a* local law, except as now or hereafter -
IS hEREBY OIVEN that
18296 of the 1937 acts of
t'l is spending a while here Demor..t. Verne J. Claude Dryden F. Penlnsular-Lurton Company has the Chapter Legislature upon the following otherwise provided In the Constitution NOTICH OP A PI'I.f''TIO, FOR

\ with her brother-in-law and sister Dell Damon with written that ; PROVIDED that no localor T\X
fled me request described real estate In the Countyof special bill shall be passed nor f1 1
certificate together with all (Nenate *.. im,
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. R Bradford State of Florida to- shall any local or special law establishing
Edwards, J. W. W. J. Jr. Edwards. subsequent omitted or levied taxes wit: abolishing NOTICE IS HEREBY : ,
Fpp..rllon. Merril or municipalities 0T.
The Rev. Lloyd Johns of Hell- Kpperson, LaonaRdwards F.pp.r..on, Dorothy Edwards M..rrll held by the Bale he advertised and NEtt of NB14 Except. F. 14 or providing for their government Albert (Jlisann, holder C.

bronn spent Friday night with W. M. Edwards. J. l. Elliott 1lr.. old to the / .. bidder for cash Acres, & SEV.of NEVi & NWVi jurisdiction and powers or altering tlf Irate No. 441. Issued ih 84 ,.
Josephine Foward. A. ) a. provided by Chapter 18294 of the of NEVi & NEVi of NWVi Sec. or amending the same, be of September A. D 193S! lint
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Fdwardll.' Ruble Mae F.dwRrdsT.urte. : Mrs. Carrie 1937 act of the L.. lllature. upon 21 Tp. 7 S, K. 29 E., containing passed unless notice of Intentionto same In my office and hat ".de I:

Edward.. Mr. Dell English, Leona O. Edwards, L R. Jr. the following described real estate 146 Acres, more or I... apply therefor. shall have been plication for a tax mia! "l ",.
NOTICH In the County of Bradford. State The taxes to be sold are evidencedby published In the manner providedby hereon Said c"rtlrl""l ,"imbr f,
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN to PFraiee of Florida to-wit: certificate No.. 73 and 96 of law where the or thing the following d..rrlh. pi "
all rredltom of tIe Estate: of Lalla Futch. C. A.Fornande Annie' A. Flake, Mrs. J. SU, of 8EV4 Sec. 1 Tp. 7 S. R 19 1932 and 1934 and represent to be affected matte. situated, the County Brodrnri, {,t/,

It. Chase to file your bill against/ *. Ev. Flynn, Oeo. B. Fu..I. Mr. Viola K, containing 80 Acre., more or unpaid rspectv..ly.tax.s the years which notice shall be .published In Florida, to-wit:

the said estate wllli the County Futch % Flynn, Florence M..I'rll C.Fernandes. IPS*. 1931 to : both Inclusive, amountIng I the provided by law at least Begin at No.th."r"
Judge within Eight month from Isabella Franklin Sam The taxes to be sold are evidencedby to 1IM.. mann,1* prior to IntroductionInto Northeast Qtiai" i f' v,,."
.
first publication of this notice or n certificate No... S & 8 of 1930 and ALSO; SE'4 of SEVi 12 the Legislature .I any suihbill. Quarter & Hunv", .. "''
.
ulna will ba barred by statutes of Orlffln. T. : Oreen Floyd Oondman. Mr. Annie 1934 re..pectvely. and represent un- A. Ex E 8 Acres A xsc of The evidence t such notice I Smith lfl'<2 f.. 1North I ,.'.

:, limitation* and become void, also nrt..n. R. Orlffl, A. F. Grant Jas.Irpen. paid years 1929 to 1938, IoIW of SEW & 8V4 of of has been published shall be established 1013 feet' i I. ," nlnl

'1 pay all debt owing Bald estate to W. IT.C.rlffln nOo"mal, 1. D. Ol. ..ow. Harold hotit Inclusive, amounting to I100.7iI. SW%Sec. IS Tp. 7 S. K.. In the Legislature before such Section S Towii,, i,I' J,

th. undersigned an executrix.IllLDAUELLE Mamie B. Ooodman Rosa Oholson. Mr*. Laura ALSO: SVj of SEYt 8 NE!%of containing 40 Acres, more or bill .hul be passed. and such ...vlden. Range Rust ," \
CHASM: BENCE. Or..n. Mary E. Orlffl, J. D. OelKer Robt. H. SUVt Sec. 12 Tp. 7 1 R. 12. less.Tha. be filed or preservedwith I Acres, moro or )I. s>

Executrix Oreen A. H. (Oreen Mrs 8. IneiOraham (Oreen Mary containing 120 Acres more or taxes to he hold are evidencedby the bill In the office of the The aHseMHinent >>f tli, 'pI.

I', g194109BUSINESS Oreen Fannie MOle Or w, John n. les. certificate No. 63 and 18 of 1932 i.c'larl.or .State In. such manner_ erty under tht' uid' ,
Orlffln. Mia OrlfflH, Wilbur Ooodm.n. Wm. Earl The taxes to be sold are evidencedby and 1936 respectively, and represent e cnn" provide, sued wa In the I n iHlnvest. ', ,

Ureen. Lloyd J. Green, foes A.Ooodman Ollpln. ..".. certificate No.. 16 and 18 of unpaid taxes for the years 1931to and the fnrt that such notice wa .

. flrlfflu, A. 3.CirlfflK J. L Ornham W. H. Jr. 1930 and 1934 re.pectvely. and represent 1938. both Inclusive amounting ..llhl..h.'I In the Legislature shall Unless ..RII.cwrtlfi' .' ."

An..da lay A. (Orlffl, .T. W. unpaid the year to $38.17. In .v..ry. be recited upon the deemed ar..ordlno to law .the pro
(Oil), Mrs. Fay Onv Hnrel Pauline Orlffl.. Mrs. J. W. 1929 to 19.'IS: both Inclusive, amountIng Said tax certificates together withal Journal of the Senate and of the erty d..rlb.,1 thtr. in, \\ .

. GUI, Florence Grant Ella Graham, Nathan to $2.1968. subsequent omitted or Levied House of Representatives; PRO\IO- to highest hlilrt. "
DIRECTORY If ALSO: NWVl of SK>4 Sec. B Tp. ... be sold to the highest ED, however,arlo b I house door on the firs'. fi I, tip
wil such law be required 01r' the month of O'tul.1't3t, '
E. D. 7 a. R. 20 E., containing 40 bidder the door In "h'
ShellleHemlnvway Hunter
Hoover C. F. Tfall CourthouB
Hoover J. C.Havnes Mr.. Sarah Harrison. (I. L. Acre*. more or lesa. Starke on the day September under when such law cont..lnl aprovision I I..* the 3rd day of October 1931.

, I. C O I... Hemlnirwav. a.Tflck Harrison Mrs. O. L.lsmtnKvav. The taxes to ba sold are evidencedby 19.18 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. shall to the efect .. same Hated this 2nl. da\ sup'
not become
L certificate No,. 68 and 61 of 1930 or ef- 1938.
FrancisHaye" Dated this the 13th day of August op..ratve
F. O. *. O. W. Hemln way,
fective until I t
r OFFICIAL SPAT.
!
and 1934 and
E. W. Jessie E. Haran. John L.Harrell. respectively, represent 1938. :
Jolt..nlorr. at a referendum election be called
for A. J. THOMAS
unpaid taxe the year 1929 to (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Hoover. Etta Annie B. .
- and held In the territory affected Clerk of ('Ir oti'
: 1938 both Inclusive, amounting to A. J. "
The drink Hamrlck. Mrs. S. F. Hasan, DeliaHouston T. M. THOIIAS. In
accordance with
: a provision Bradford f" ,1 'nil.
Clerk Court of ''1'
r Hoover OellaHaynes Harry H Mr. Annie 83.83.Said therefor contained In such bill, or
tax with
Hope D. I-ferlonr B. cortfloat..s together Bradford County Florida. provided by general law. 8-8-lt-9-3
that Holand. F..le
Hayes. Ruby A. (lford. Jr. Herlonir. Mr.. Blanche all u iI1ubt '' "dth Levied S-19-8t-9-2.
Hurd. Jack Hall, Houston Mrs. Hilda taxes highest .
everybodyCOCACOLA Hoover Don Hall Mrs. Elsie Hoover C. T. bidder at the Courthouse door In A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing NOTICE OP APPIlr\TI01
NOTICE OF ELJCTIOvCONSTITtITIONAL
W. H. Harrell. Mr. V. B. Hardlnir. Mr*. T. B. Starke, on the 9th day of September AMENDMENTS an Amendment to Section 2 of Ar- FOIl T/tX/ IIKHI:
Hart. J. H. Harrell, I... C. Mose 1938 at 11:00 o'clock A. M. tide IX of the Constitution of Florida ("rnn.e Kill \,,. 14thNOTT'E
knows Hamm"t. Dated this the 20th.. day of August WHEREAS the I..glllatur. of 1937 Relating to Taxation and Finance IS HERKIIYaI'END:
I Hutto, I. H.Hutto HardlnsT. T. B. ?. Ethel under of
the of .
.
Con"UI..ton 181. hv Adding Thereto Requirement O. C. Conner holder if Tai f..rloaten
a -
Mr. S. Hull. Mr*. Maria K. Holt..ndort. BenHanklngts 13.OFFICIAL the State ,
L ( SEAL! That the Legislature Shall Numbered | ly <
K.HuKhes Noah r..pot
Hutto. Edna Haynes, Georgia Joint proposing am.nd.ments
H..oluton. Provide for issued S 1 iMU'Auiruct
Albert EmmaHenry. Hunter, EiiKeneffunter. A. J. THOMAS of the HII..lnlf H.venu. to ti9t \
5ct H.rtman (' of CIrcuIt Court of Defray State Appropriations Made 7, and 15'- !teeAugust >'
Elsie A. H. Slmmle B. i.i I
State of Florida and the were
Hlrlmln. same
I County Florida. for the Benefit of the Uniform Sys 7, 1113.1. hue Illvd 'attic
HArt. Pdn. Haynes, Sarah Hope Hardenbrook, blah 8-26-3t-9-9 agreed. to by a vote of three fifths tem of Public Free and of my office and has mad ipplicitl

Hall. Harrlnvton Mr. Gladys of all the members elected to eachitousc the State Institutions Schools of Higher t.r tax deed to I. = .>ted lIenI ,
.
that the votes on said Joint :
; I
Learning Said 'H.l) CI
I NOTIC'H APPIU''TIO' a. I Part of the expense c.rtrl".te. rasps
BOT. CO. 01 Resolution were entered upon theirrespective of the < d pn
State and
Ingram, Mrs. Carrie A. \ on an Equality folowing ,1' ..1
with the yea I ,
5 and did determine
they -
nays
8 I State of Florida. t w.'
<
NOTICE IS: HEREBY That >
Be IT
WE ARE Johns M. I.. Johns, Chas. E.Johns J..klon. W. Morris W. H. Graham holder OIVJN. of and direct that the said RENOI.VFn BY THE LEG Certificate No <" .m'

PRESCRII'TIONEXPERTS John, A. H. Th..lmlArlnaon .. HeabvJohns Tax Certificate No. 173. Issued them Joint H..olu'lo... he submitted to FLORIDA: 01' TiF STATE OF Com. at a Point 20! C'' t I. .r

.J"n.*. D. C. Johns. Thelma R. Mr*. Melissa V. A. D. 1937. has the elector. of the State at the General amendment of Section 2 of following Article Corner of W'. of NW 'F'
In
Jenkins. A. O. .Johns .r. J. .Tone*. Mr*. Ruby :, *'meOflnJ.y office and hasmade NOW THEREFORE November I, 1938.K. A. IX of the Constitution of Jo'lorhlar"lntln" Run East 160 Feet 4., .t It., J5 I'
John H. R. Jones. Emma Johnson. Enle. Woodard West 180 feet Nortl fOCI I Ibrace
application a tax deed to to taxation and finance be
Gray Secretary of Stats of the State
CARPENTER'S Johns, Ella F. Johnson I>. E. .ludd, MlllardJnckson ba issued thereon Said certificate of "Florida do hereby give notice same Is hereby agreed to beginning I I Sec.;t8:T ntal'w''hii' :( ; At"'
23 'K
Jonas, Ada V. Johnson Alible W. I.onnl. embrace the following described that a and shall be submitted to the qual Range < .
John.. CarlJohnson. Johnon. Hutl W. Jackson. property In the County of Bradford ified elector* of the State of Florida more or less.
The Rexall Store W. N. .J.nl.ln... ( H. Jackson Mr*. Margaret State of Florida, to-wlt: GENERAL KLECTIOV for ratification or rejection at C..rttlcate No I2S) "itfliC'
1 John.. Mr.. S. R. Jenkins, Mrs. Elva F. Jenkln Mr.. Winnie A. H'/i of Lot 22 & All 28. will he held In each county In Flor- the next ensuing general election I W of SE' Ei ''P'lb.
Jacobs n Chas. A. Johns Mr. Laura ida on Tuesday next succeeding the to be held In 10 Acres sold divert I I' ;
,
November
.J..nklnl. :36, 36. 37, 38, 39 & ot.o17i 1938. Thai i MB
Complete Line off Jaoob. Sarah Johns, H 1 Jenkins, Sarah F. 41, 43, 43 A all Lots 63, first 193:is. the Monday said In November the A. D. I" to say that Section I of Article IlTownship6Soulh Rang .'.
Tuesday being containing 10 Acres .
John, Terry John*. 1r. Ruby John. Mr*. Fronie.Iohng. 54 In Woodlawn Section I IX of the Con..lluton of Florida be I" nbt*
EIGHTH DAY OF 'US'
3 NOVEMBERfor tl..ate No. .
GARDEN SEEDS ( John, Jr. Johns, Mr*. Lots Township 6 South Range and the lame ,. amended so Cert Quart-
the ratification of of Northwest
Also Jones, J J. John.. Allen M. Jihns, Mr*. Dorothy R. East containing 130 Acres moreor the said Joint Resolution or rejection propos i as to r.ad a. follows: ,, Hal Quarter Li's uwLess

K lesa. ing amendments to the Constitutionof "Section 2. The Legislature. shall Road Sec 82 Tp So''
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS Klckllter, J. F. }Keene. Nelma Kite. KennethKite. The assessment. of the said prop- the State of Florida, vii: provide for raising. revenue to defray Range 22 East cental" '1 Ic'
Knight, C. A. Kite LouiseKlckllter Mrs. LllerKlckllter. erty under the said certificate l Is- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing i the expenses of the State Including more or less.

SISTRUNK'SFISHING Kendrlck. T. N. Miriam Dorothy C. iied was In the n..m of HectorCameron. the Amendment of Section 7 of Article state appropriations for the The assasment of thi KnlKht. Mrs. N. L. Kldd. R. O. Kite, Mrs. J. S.Klncald. X of the Con..lluton. Relatingto benefit of the uniform system of Certlflrut 'd' ''Iwa
I
! r Kendrick MarthaKlckllter Kel.y. n n. Mrs. Jeannette Unless said certificate. Ihal be the Jox..mpton 10mestead. public free ..chool. provided In accordance 'ert.al name of F II"' .
Mrs M. L Mrs. MaryKenchen. Kenchen. F. 1* redeemed Ilccordlnl to the from Taxllon. with Article XII of the Jr.; "nt th ,lid| P'
aTACKLE Knlirht ("Iar.Mae L. S. Keen .. LeoneKnight property therein. wil be R13 IT RESOLVED BY THE LEfl- (on..ll..lon. and of the state In- erty under said Certlflrati N( I I1wa :

1. Kite Rob Kite, SolomonKennedy sold to the highest/ bidder the ISI.'VTITRE' OK THE STATE OF Il'utnnM Hgher. l.arnlnM. for In the name, of Unkr '1. I
t All Sizes RifleCartridges KnlKht: n VKnlKht Kldd.\ Eunice E. Luclle court house door on the first Mon- FLORIDA: That the following .Il..h year, and the. assesment of the I 11"\\' np'
Mrs 1. V. K.mp. Mr. Eveyln W. K..n. N. J. day In the month of October 1938 amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX dent sum to pay the principle( and under certificate No 1282 5' '

; Kinlaw. D. Kemp>. R I. Kllnlf..worth. Mr.. Kate which Is the 3rd., day of Ocloh.r.193M. ot the Constitution of the State Inl..r..t of the exilltiul Indebted name of Bertha urt-ir
fill
AlbertLennon u..a of the State. (Tnless said rertlflredeemed 1. '
! K..n. of Florida relating to the
Ii BRADFORDHARDWARE L Dated this 17th day of August of homesteads from exemption be. accordloo"'" ""H. ho' Ptortias ,|
tRxlton. A JOINT i )It'
E. Mis Ruby 1928. and the same .. to, RESOLUTIONProposing d.*" 11 h.d
T.evltnn. M. 'uu'
an Amendment :
1II.y. SEAL to Article XIV of the blddhouH <
OFFICIAL to the highest
CO. ( ) and shall he submitted
to the elector
Ijiinir, Cornelia Peek Lennon. ElvlnLandrum. Mrs Thelma ,till
T..raltaux. Constitution of Florida rlthe II I
Relating to tht
t l.onir. T. T. Frank T.arnntsux J. at.Lori. A. J. THOMAS, of the State at the (General the druir on xlii
State
clerk of circuit Court offlradford Election of Representative. In 1938 Mllltla by Adding Thereto. Month of Snptcn,'
Eva n. Mrs. T F. T.smh. Mrs
I.andrlm. Th..lmn an Adltlo.ol Specially ap I* the 5th. day "f -' i.
County Florida for approval or rejection: that Is 1.'lon .
J North or South I.oiK. Merwln! Long. II.Lawson. Leonard Rerognla-
I.nntr. Lois E. H. A. Llovd EthelLlovd. R-O-Gt-O-lH. If. unv. that the said Section 7 of ...1 Troops. Known as the Florida 138. this ,' ''I

1; '1: Kiutt or West :"J !..''. Matld. Leggett, Ira n. L. National Guard. A. D. 1938. fh.I

:' '\ GiveltaTcat.4You'It \ I...wi... Lawson Mrs Ada Lamb Jas. a BI-3 IT RESOLVED BT THE T..EOKVAT'nR ( SEAL)

" 1 find- ilPeterson's Libby L. L Lewis Mrs Thelma L Lamb ]r... Elisabeth Stump. F. F. SmIth. JunluR H. S'icnx' Mary Fran.l. : OF' TIN STATE OF OI''ICIAL. J. THOM;\'- ,
M : ( fallowing Clerk of '"if "
i. IoII.rnh.rr. Net Swindle, .Hannah Hlh'ox, J. n. ,.' 'lii
Our MILK the Best Matthew, E. S. M.tth"wM. Conway Mntsnt. Mr*. Annie O. M. Happ. Mr. Leone Spnrke." hire. 5. E.l..ot. amendment to Article XIV of the Bradford '

Mnnnlnir. J ( Jlf.Uh.w.., Ella Moore. Nat heMoselev F. A. R.r.V.. A. Simmons. E. I.. Con..lt utlnn of Florida r..lallnr to S-S-Bt-9-a.

Dairy Mlddleton. EMorran Mundv. ... Leila Mrs. L. E.Manning Wn Stern. T.r..a Miiu'ox. Mrs. ( Mllltla by
Mrs. Vida V. Manning W. C. Volley F. Imlh. B. H. Slicox. Darner f4inunnns l.ly" an additional Section to be knownas

Mlddleton. Nolin Mannln. Mrs. Margaret Mayes, Lois Laura SmithV.. P. Ji', .. Dorothy .. A..ton 6 of said Article XIV i" flliri'IT 'OI II T. ilil tiE
UNDER EXPERT HANDS Mlrrhell.. I.lr111 h.".. K. L. Mack J. P.Mnnn. St.rnberg, OUllllie Silcoy. Henry lal'p. J. C. appl..nble to the federal ('OI'STV. i.'l.OitIit

I ..J Matthew. Mrs. Mitchell. Luclle ArllneMorican Stump Eva Smith. .1. F. l.arlnc. C. 0.Sii'ox the. National. troops knownas V.. \S4.PItI. t..t: \

"'! That's where Mlddli-tnn. MadKa Matthew, Mr*. Hazel Mrs. Mettle' L J. I. Hmlh. J.liu A. e. agreed to and shall Guard he Is submitted hereby i J. C. WKL.LBRCM'K.riaintirr.

Marr. Miss Ollle Mlddleton, Herald Mitchell Harold Mauls. ]r... Pearl W. P. Simmons. Ave Lou to the elector of the State I Ivs
you are whenyou're Mont..th. l>. A. Manning DeliaManassa Melton. Clarence Smith. I.alrlo. Snpp. FlmR Stunip. MarjorieSileox for ratification of Florida --
KathellnaMundy. Celia I. Morgan M. M.Maye .. Ruth or reJe..lon at AI.Y'E \
It..rnher. Starling. Mrs. V. L. the next General n. p. JONES and
In our Jr. W. B. Mannssa. Mlna *. Jame Simmons. J. L Hlroo" .... Starling V. I.Sapp. In 1938. a* J11ecton JONES his wife
-c :.i J'RtXlt. A. F. J. B. Pauline Stroman. H "Section 5.
._-r shop. l'rod. Henry FLORIDA NATIONAL :
\ eta "c Me Sistrunk Joe n. Rlcox. I.acy Stroman. Mr. W. S. OGARn.-Ca) Whenever there shall ORDER Of ;; I.r\I" A

) McCov. Starling II..Klnn..y.. Volley MoRne. Mr Eth..1McKinnev Ristrunk e. H. Evelyn S'rlnJr..low. W. G. ha In the Slate of Florida a federally TO :

3 riends Barber Shop !Mrf.endon Florence J. A. Mr*. Florrle !!coX. (:rle.Tta. Ma.".. Mrs. 1._ lrl'f..lw. Mrs Mab.1 l-eoognlaed National Guard the It app.arln NO'II'J by affidavit ,i II J Jed

J M..R.e. RussellMcRae Mclntvre T, J. McCord. T M. suicox. waler ..ar.l. Air. uunice f. ".arln. same shall be sul generl and'ub- to Bill of CrnlIa'ocause a-
. W. B. MUNDV Prop. Ruin Mae McIntyre., Mr.. T.I. MrCord. W. f' Sllcox, Delia S. B. IdaThornquest Ject to the lawful order of the that the ,1..fendlnl
i: M..Mlln. Merrill McKelvev. Frank IrFa..hlon. Walter T, Uov.rnnr. who ..hal be Commander Jones and Alyc A Ion- till'' "

Mrs Iva MrKelvey Mrs .,. A. 1r'onald. George Truby J. J. E.Thornqtiest Thomas, A. W. '1 t f'he.! BEK MB BEFORE, YOU WIRE M.Klnn..y. Melvin Mi-ciane. ''. K. Jr. M'lan. Mr*. T. K. Jr. Thomas, W. I* Jennie Thoml. Cecil .. supported and maintained and reside at 3147 Fol..t at'
E. Mr-Fashion. CeaserMcRae. Lulu D.Vfienfl. by the State of Florida and :
McKInner, A. M.F..hlon. TI.on. SallleThompklns. Tlson, Theo Thoma. Mrs. Dorothy pursuant to California
Estimates CheerfullyGiven McKlnney, Mrs. A. E. .. n. E.Voegel. Llxxle Tlson.' Mrs. Laura T""n. Geneva provision of law prescribing/ for J'rn..llloo. of age .nd 'hsll'
Thomas Edna H. Tlson. JuliaThomas "f"' nlng.! governing and thl S
NNawsome Thomas, Oeo. W. .rmlnl. I la no person In Ital |
R. A. Dorothy Maxine Thornton W. E. K L. Thoml.. Mrs. Oeo. W. dlsclpllng accordance Guard In of .uhpo..na upon "'<

.. Newsome. Edna Noevel. JoeNoegel. Nicholson, ('has. W. Thomas, N. N. Thornton Kill Thllfl'ln.V.. L, .., and with the Act of Con elth.r defendlutl(5.ORDERED .
gre
E. A. WINKLERRadio N.aworthv. c. H. W', H. North. W. N. Thornton Mary Thornton. Mr.. Kill Thoml., Mrs. Violet regulation of the United that you n. r tollS Ill9' ,,
Nasworthv Elliabeth Voegel M.*. AlecaNoegel North. Mrs W. N. Thoma, Mrs. R. A. Thomas D G.Thels Thomn. Ellxabeth It..t."nr Department thereunto : Alyce A. Jones each appeal>
and Electric Service Norrl..n.. William Noegel Mr. Joe Thomas, Robert I. R. F. Tho"a.., R. if p..rlalnlnl. (c)' Or"'e. of the fed- day Sept.mbe. 6. 1938 In Ills I.

Horns. Ellen Noegel. Mr*, Fannie Thompklns, foes Thomas, Mrs Gladys ., Floyd 'In'ludlnl.rlly' the Natonal General Guard ''entt.d eania to the Bil ufbt

You'll EnJoyEATING ITfglow. filed against you .
O .hal and shall be sub
John Mrs. to the relief sought I* the f.rot
Olson Bertie Olson Titus r.low. Loul..o lu.pen..ion. discharge removal first '"
I a "Sj
or of a mortgag-a a*
V retirement
l compulsory a*
With Us Pander, W. i). Pearce, Mrs Bertha. Powell Mr*. Mildred KPender Versailles, Alonzn.WalnwrlKht such lol.ly on the hauls of military the following land wit I In I"'
: C. F. Priest, E. C.Priest. : Emily proficiency character and service, County, Florida to Jndof i(
} .. : OrangeBlossom Pare W as Lot 63, 54. Bl! ana 60,
Peek. H E Prat her, Helen Sr.. N. D. Grace Weldon Mrs. determined according to army except I1tIofway
: L 'Valnwrllht. Mary O. regulations and Lots 57 and 88.
Peek ( I* Prevail. Nathan N. Powell VertPowell. W"I. Wilson, Jos. F.. Williams, Mary by Il\w. anything U..I In .ncton.d of S.A.L. Ry. ;Ir ?'Jit
J. Perkins I LlnnlePerry Perry, C. A. Maria *. WillieWhite Wilson, Pea Weeks William Im"rWainwright. to the / this 12 and SW'4 of SK'i\ '' %
man. E. K. Pulum. Dean Peek, S u. Jr. O. W. Will*. Mrs. Florrle Ward: W5. J. ton. (d) The contrary qualification notwithstand 26 all In Tvl"
of
.. -C Cafe Perryman. Lol None Lee Peek ln. Myra D. W. M. Warren Mrs. Annie W.ro. Mr. Polll* and soldier of the of officers Section ,
28 E.
Powell. Chan. J. Fatten, O. L .. 4'. White, ileo. P.Walnwrlvht. 'Wa'r.n. M. T. ., B. J. Recognized National Guard Fso.raly otherwise''the n. allegation >'
Park, W. It. Priest O. Parker W. B. Mary O. Warren, Albert M. Walden W. H.Wise. prescribed In military will :' "il
Prat her W. C Priest M'-M Clvde Q. Parker, Mr. W. B. White Ethel M. Warren Ritchie i!. L.Williams promulgated In accordance regulation with the bill of complaint Brad /r.|
SERVICE Park, Eth.1 R. Mr. Edna Fender Clara Belle Noble Ray Wiley, JackWlmberly confessed by you.
Prevat. White Fred general specification of the U. 8. duly qualified I|
Pnrker. Ella l.ul. T. Piitorl. H 11 Williams. T. S. W. MWlmberly William, Mr.. Mary S. War Department." Tel..raph. a a. '"
WITHA 111 Phillip E. F. .. Otis 10..1 TommleRaymond Wall. H. C. Katie Belle, Williams Elisabeth The votes cast In compliance with I designated this ord, 'Miil,:
Phillips Mrs. Rosa Patray Jas.Qulgley White, foe Wiley.. Lottie Whlgham Miss Badge said proposed amendment, and theCanvass paper In which each week '.r

SMILE: Wainwright .r., N. I>. 'VI..ln. Laura Lee Whlgham. Mrs. Rule declaration and return consecutive published one weeks prior '< ,al'

Qulgley J. T. Mt. Minnie W.Raul.rson. Wall MurlaWlnkler William. Viol. Wainwright Jas. thereof shall b. subject to the '
n Austin Vail. Wlnkler. Mr. E. A.I. l.m. regulation and restrictions a. turn day. han an" S t'

Houston ServicePLUMBING Sta. Bitch J. H. W. A. Mrs. (leorgeitohinson 'Valnwrl.ht. E. J. Williams. Mrs. Gladys Wilson, Mr*. Jessie are provided by law for general WITNESS my Bradford .
Ward Mr (' election seal at Stark.
J. In
*
the
J. W. Redgrave A. W. Hitch Mrs. Ruby Warren Mr*. 14. N. State of Florida. day of h,11.,
ZJrd
Herbert C. Redgrave. Minnie Rhoden W. William. Nat Wltkovskl, B. R. Wise, Mr.. C. L. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF Florida this
Bitch
"f LouiseWigKins. Ward. C. F. I
William have
C. Walnwrlght.Mr/ Lavllla hereunto set my OFFICIAL
Rltch. l-abelleRay John .
n.darave. RI.oon. Warren James hand ([ SEAL
OrleWalnwrlght Pearce Williams Amos and affixed the Great
.
Prompt Service at Olive E. n.d.rav. Lulu C. Blanche Williams (HEAL) Seal A. J. THOMAS. '
A.Register Dewey I> William, JoeWilliams of the State of Flor .
Hay Carrie A. I Ray Mr Lula .urd
: : "Warren ,. ida A. Clerk of Circui
H. at
: Williams A. Sallle Tallahassee, the '
Reasonable Prices A. Blanchev".
c Freeman Reynold 'r Koberson, Bradford ,
: 8.
L William, Gertrude Weldon A. Capital, this the 30th day ,
Rltrh. EvelynRegister. Row*. Clyde Ros*. R. 0
Your Job of July. KNIGHT A KNIOHT
Let Me Estimate Alice Rowe., J. Ravbln. M. M. Y A. D, 193$. FloridaSolicitor. I
B R. A. Stark,
Rlti-h. Mrs. Carrie Rowe, Richard, II. M. Toting, H. H. Young Theodore Young, Herman H. GRAY
C. M. RITCH for
k Richard Harriet Rltch Carl Young Mr. H. H. Young, Mrs Cora L oun. Fannie -12-m.U.4.. 'c.t"' o State. l-4-il.-l.il Plalntlt J







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8EPTEl\IDEIt 2, 1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAKHK, FLORIDA

' .1Y, __ ... .,. .. .. ..- -. ..
__- c.-: _. :::_ :. __:. . __ __ lilt ;IP1'ON I --- HIGHLAND ZIFF.Johnnie ',I'

Lewis Cor. ,
,
"IN THE HUSTINGS"with i Bib Ada Ninuno. Correspondent I'' CITY VS. SMALL TOWNI I Mrs. M. E. Crews! Correspondent 4I'4 I

Mr. and Mrs. ames Cox, of Services wore held lit Little i
; Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Andrews of Hawthorne, visited here Saturday Rock Saturday and Sunday by the

11 Starke, attended preaching at the LIKE A CITY. I LIKE A SMALL TOWN.I W. E. Marr, of Jacksonville visited Rev. Herman Moody and the Rev. i ;i

JOE CRAIN J I Baptist Church last Sunday night.M. 1 like Its wide-awake activity like the informality of life In J. F. Marr here Sunday Charlie Peacock, of Jacksonville #

.. --------- -----__ .__ ___ ",___, L. Watterson was transacting the spirit of co-operation and a small townthe personal greetings Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Miss Hazel Thomas returned '?
1_ business of I of Hello, John or Bill\ or Mary home t 'I
in Jacksonville this mental alertness Its people. several days last weekat last Sunday after spending i ia
baby spent
What now appears coerce la already embarked
cUOC'1, week. like Its spirits of tolerance Its the fact that I know those whomI Callahan with Mr. and Mrs. I week In Lake City with her rl
be the State'sn a definite tax
\ ...llrr' to program, Olen Bedenbaugh has returned will to do big things in a big way.I pass on the street-that if I am Oscar Vanzant. I cousin Miss Anna Hunter. j
most Important eco- by a referendum vote of the
mem- to Chambersburg, W. Va., wherehe like:! Its ability to properly disassociate nick the town knows it and that
Mr. and Mrs. P W. Lewis, of
bers. It should Miss Kathleen Hardee left Saturday -
problem
nomic not be
forgotten, from
I ultit''1111 I Is engaged in the transportation personalities in consid- sympathy and help come Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J, P. ;
.
a revision of our tax'hlll either, that G. G. Ware, named by who I like the unhur- to make her home with hEir
of and political many care.
vegetable products. erations of civic
Baxter, of Brooker, and Mrs. I. W.
structure seems Colee to head his neutral court, of small town-- mother Mrs. James Cox, at lIaw-
ried existence
Will who la matters -its broad-mindedness. I a
Maxwell an em- -
Dyal, of last weekend
Graham spent -
OI' thorne. Miss Hardee has been liv-
to become an- was a member of similar
likely a com- ployee of the S. A. L. Railroad like Its educational and cultural that I do not always have to rush here with their Mr. ,
parents W
football, and a mittee created ing here with her grandfather, F. i
political some six years ago I like the fact a
Co. clash of around like an ant.
,thel, Is atendlng to duties In Jack- advantages -the sharp and Mrs J. W. Lewis
for aspirant guberna- which failed dismally to accom- I because of Its smallness and M Crews, for several years and
+agon sonville t this week.L. opinions regarding religion, economic that
anut And the clt'liS !- plish anything. That committee, has many friends whom she regrets Fred Shaw wan attending to
,ndldates. whole communitymay
:,rla1 A. Johns and family spent issues, political philosophy closeness, the '
the state had better call headed by Perry Wall, got Its au- In or social or to leave. business In GII.lnesv1l1eednesllay
, ? the week-end at their home here and world affairs and the opportunity join community 'I
: political maneuv- thority from the legislature, dida Mra. Nelson T. Green and children of last week.
yap l to the and returned to Ovleda on Sunday to talk with and learn cultural enterprises. I like the
rmfe involving tax revision' lot of work and made an exhaustive night. from, those who are Interested in homes on large lob or tracts, surrounded of Starke, visited relatives I Miss Ruby Shaw, who has been
or else be prepared to report on tax matters lawns and trees and ( here Tuesday. I attending summer school I In
.arm I' The Rev. and Mrs.. T. J. Guy, such matters. I like Its larger by ?
,'Dlapel i that every candidate pre- which was promptly consigned accompanied by Miss Bula Ivey, field of opportunities -- and the' flowers, not hemmed In by neighbors Friends heer of Johnnie Frlgo Gainesville, arrived here last Friday -

,n ear-cut tax reform pro-I to the legislative archives and attended Commencement exercisesat > Inclination of its people to take ten feet away, with oppor- were greatly saddened by the and will upend two weeka with

ran '11.1 i can be carefully stud- I doomed to oblivion. the University of Florida this the wide view and give credit tunity for growing vegetables and news of his death Monday afternoon her grandmother, Mrs. J. B. '

,''d 'J I' that won't blossom into Political observers all over Flor- week. where credit is due, without cheap flowers. I like hunting and fish- Johnnie was liked here by, Thomas and otber friends and relatives. -

1C!' ;:.lolitlcal/ promise. ida unite in the opinion that any I Mrs C. E. Harper has returnedfrom I consideration of purHonalltles. I ing and that those may be enjoyed all who know him for his sunny'' .

tt 'II', '. revision cry was first gubernatorial candidate must fly a visit! with friends and reiut1veB j, like the wider opportunity to without special preparation or amllo and pleasant dllll>OHltion. j Carl Prescott, of Longwood, Is

lome years ago, by anon the tax revision flag at his mast- I In Atlanta, Ga., and Leaks- chaos the associations of life-- long journey. I like It that I may ---+--- visiting/ here.

"iUlrjai known as the Tax: head, and set himself up liS n i I vlllc Mlrts. She reports' a pleasant (he challi-ngc to bigger and better take my car and In three minutes PINE LEVEL Leon Lewis spent last Sunday I 4'

..,ague an organlza- Moses to lead Floridians out of I trip. I thought and actions and I that abide with nature and view In Brookor with his sister, :Mrs.
c* Mrs. II. :31. McKuo, ('orrt' IJlId"llt
their tax wilderness before he can miimmendatlon of true efforts is the splendors of the sunset Gentry Stokes. ,

on flung duPontointerests be considered a serious bidder for COOTSEY'S 1SEAGI1 more prevalent than criticism across the sparkling waters of Tulmadga Kelly spent several ;
I Mrs E, R. Bowers and daughter -
IILl : 'vision League's blasts, the governorship. However the Miss Efflo Crawford Cor. I I DON'T LIKE IT.I a lake and tho verdant growth Lucile, of r.outilraln, wero dIn- days of this week In Graham with "

II 1fJ\ time were 'cries in a dear public, this column believes, I don't like its bustle and. rush ( beyond. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .7. L. his sister Mra. G. W. Rivers. t
I
not will not take kindly to the t nn..''I' I.IKR IT..
mess .. but so any. more. prospect -its songs VL uu- I L. ji
O. and Johnnlo
uur Underhill Thursday. Lewis and
ax revision problem has of political fingers dabblingIn i Earl Chesser and Robert Rosier manitytheimpersottwl jam on the streets- I don't like its limited business I Buddie !
tilt Stokes were In Lake Butler
0\\ spent the week-end in Hawthorne.Mrs. I that so I Miss Carrie Alvarez Is visiting c
wrought home to the people, the! tax revision program tho nerve-racking task of driving opportunities. regret last I
,
,ren taxpayer realizes Us imrtance and will definitely take pot shots L. M. Murrhee, of this sec- through endless miles of crowded many of its young men have to go her cousin, Miss Wilma Addison, Saturday t

[ver\ I and aspirants to public at any man who jumps on that tion, spent several days of last streets-Its jarring noises. I don't to the city to find work and op at Raiford this week. t tIt

taking It under their bandwagon Just for the ride. week visiting the bed-side of her like Its political rings, supportedby portunity. I don't like its general II Mr. and Mrs W. J. Matthews, RAINY DAYS
in
(fie'' daughter, Mrs. J. L. Gaskins, of of lassitude and Indifference at Orlando, were visiting Mr. and It 1
_ And those wings very All these developments, these the underworld of gamblers, feeling rains on Monday it's just
Lobablj toga will be severely scorched skirmishes, and deals, all this new I Water Oak section. law-violation and criminal lawyers. I don't like Its gossip and Mrs. F. Fender Saturday afternoon too bad for the family washing, ,?

then the voters demand proof Interest In tax reform, point to the Mr. and Mrs Ralf Carrol and I don't like to have to sell my soul small talk-the limited vision, and and if on Tuesday, it keeps the
I
itiat the politicians' interest in the definite conclusion that tax revision family, of Water Oak, spent Sun- to such sordid and demanding lack of yearning for cultural Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fender visited bread from rising properly, and ,
here with Mr. and Mrs. Bart- '
problem is sincere, and not mere- will be Florida's major polit- day groups in order to succeed. I don't I knowledge on the part of too the bedside at Mrs. Fender's ou Wednesday, poor attendance at : '

the chatterlnga of political op- ical issue during the next two ly Johns and family. like to \live! close-In on a busy many of Its people. I don't like mother, Mrs. R. L. Batten, at prayer meeting will be the result

y:irtunisls years. Erwin Prlvltt of Nassau Coun- street-and neither would I like the intrusion of personalities into There llil last week, and on Thursday, that half-holi

two avowed seekers of ty, spent the week-end here with to have to drive six miles or moreto civic and business matters where Mrs. L. E. Haltwoinger and day will be spoiled, and If on Frl-

AI least chair are not mak- To straighten the his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. get to a peaceful home-or to they Injure instead of benefit granddaughter, Betty Willis, and day the farmers can't get tbela-
governor's and Mrs. Wllbert Crawford.\
e i drive miles upon miles in dense the small town spirit produce ready for Saturday sales, ',
leaps for the tax revlon Who records that have Allen Hall, all of Jacksonville,
flying Miss Juanita Hilliard of Wood-
g Rose traffic to get to the peaceful rest of jealousy the feud of fac- and and on Saturday there won't be ,
Walter become so confused spent Saturday night Sundayat
bandwagon I lawn section attended church at
| Harold Colee, of of the country-side and enjoy theblesBlnes tions which tear the town II. M McRuc's.Mr. any business at the stores, and If
and
Orlando, / during the past
and was the
f Sunday
t s I Evergreen
on church
of nature. apart. Sunday and
I ,icteonville and they are al'ad' three weeks, this dinner guest of her sister and ,, and Mrs B. M. McRae and Sunday
I TO SUM IT ALL UP I LIKE THE SMALL TOWN BUT IWANT school will loan most of their attendance -
i finding evidence of skeptl- Governor? column quotes Section brothpr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ] children spent Sunday with Mr. ?
I THAT TOWN TO HAVE TOLERANCE, VISION, UNITY so It ID Just too bad If
onlookers. I
l im mong the : 19 of the FlorIda Gusklns. and Mrs 0.V.! Bowen at Sampson -
AND PROGRESSIVE ACTION A TOWN THAT HAS MOST OF it rains any day -- according to
| R no stranger to tax rector I Constitution: "In case of the Carl Mills, of Gainesville, who is i City
( CITY'S GOOD AND LEAST OF THE TOWN'S, BAD somebody, somewhere Bronson
i theories, particularly as impeachment of the Governor, his enployed in the CCC in Fernan- II THE PEACOCK in the Umatilla Tribune. Mrs '4'. N. Norman and Harley Journal.
C. ,
S.
,Ie jtiiv to tax relief for real removal from office death, resignation dina, spent Sunday at the home By Newm..i of Gum Branch were; ._
,1! tl has led groups of real or Inability to discharge his of Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Crawford. visitors here Friday -- -

>"rators In former attacks official duties, the powers and duties R. N. Crawford attended church DOUBLE RUNMrs. H'OODLAWNMrs. Mr. and Mra. EHton Brown, of Parking on the highway with or

lute's tax structure and of Governor shall devolve upon I at Crawford Lake near Live Oak Sampson City, were visiting the without lights la dangerous and) I
t i \\'. A. Tyler, Cur : Oscar Carter, Cor.
able reports indicate heJ1ung the President of the Senate for the Saturday and Sunday and spent bedside of J. L. Underhill Sun- against the law-If you must park

a to weld together a resdue of the term, or until the I the night with Mr. and Mrs. Summer Miss| Emmaline Morgan Is Sam Norman and daughters day.Walter for repairs, use only one foot of I '

i axpayers and taxspend- disability shall cease; and In case Law, near Live Oak. spending this week in Leesburgwith Euella Peculla and Vada, of Water and Raymond Oliver, of pavement. r

ai$ own tax revision ban-I of the Impeachment, removal from I --. relatives Jacksonville were visiting: their

In riei im Rose's first converts I office death, resignation or Inabil- BKOOKEKMinn Mrs. Zone Crawford and children Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. Dalton mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver, Sun Mrs. V. A. Browning /Sunday t

eiurn ig hundreds of real estate ity of the President of the Senate, Vern Gutney, Cor of Heilbronn Springs, spent Carter Sunday. day. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and

.a'' i are said not to be en- the powers and duties of the office \ Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parka and Herbert Alvarez mado a business children, of Rising, were visiting

rei' >leased with the new man- shall devolve upon the Speaker of II. K. Brown nit.... Conner. son Blllie, of Delray Beach, are trip to Tampa ond day last their parents, Mr. and Mra. H. M.
I
la launching, the House of Representatives. But McRae, afternoon.
lender Sunday
their week.
'lVel' Funeral services for H. R. :Mr. and Mrs W. A. Tyler and visiting Mrs. Parks' parents, Mr.
,belling in the ranks may should there be a general electionfor I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norman Mra. R. M. Alvarez Fri-
itno merchant, Mr. and spent
Brown 63 Brooker vluHing week.
children were and Mrs. M. D. Carter this t'ly
lome iDout before Rose can build members of the Legislature and children, of Rising and Mrs. day with her brother-in-law and
were held in the local Baptist Mrs. W. M. Norman, of Rising,
i rear vote-getting machine. His during such vacancy, an electionfor : 26, with the Mr. and Mrs George Parrluh, of Daisy Addison and. children, of Mister, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Norman,
Church, Friday, Aug. Saturday night.
helped at all by Governor to fill the same shall Starke with Mrs. D.
,
'irkerings weren't of spent Sunday Vanderbilt, were dinner guests of in Rising section.
Rev. G. E. McGauley, pastor
the election of O. P. Wood to the be had at the same time." ; Mrs. Edith Williams and daughter Carter.S. I
the church, officiating. were visiting relatives In
leadership, since Wood immedi- H. Thompson Is visiting his
!
Active pallbearers were: R. E. Starke Sunday.
ately branded tax revision as amajor J. E. K., Miami and Mr. and KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
daughter-in-law
son ,
problem and forced some of Gov- Hazen, B. F. Hazen, L. L. Parker, Mrs. L. U. Morgan and Mrs. j -
The You lose. The W. Plnholster, T. W. Markey Mrs Moncy Thompson, In Dukes
J. Edith Williams were visiting Mrs.
[those dlckeringa Into the open. ernor cannot be I\Uts. L. O. BIcCADE, Lady Attendant
and C. J. Crews. Walton demons of Heilbronn 1 this week.
Harold Colee acting as Presi- Waste "forced to resign"for JACKSONVILLE, FLit ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Dedan Cem- I Mrs Thedo Rosier and children
Interment was In Springs last week. ,
dent of the State Chamber of any reason. He I 45 W. Cbul't1b-Pbone 8-1538 30 St. George Phone 27
Commerce has taken up the tax Basket can De removed etery with services concluded at Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Reddish, of Wanda and Tessie, of Ralford ,

jcudgel I by the appointment of a from office only the graveside. Hellbronn Spring! spent Sunday spent Saturday night with her Bis

Itax committee to sit as a "neutral through impeachment, or death. Mr. Brown was a native of Flor- with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner. ter, Mrs. D. L. Norman.

Kourt." and weigh the plans of all Court action, however, could force I ida and lived at Brooker for the Miss Willie Mae Kersey daughter Mrs Leon Norman and children

jtax revision groups. The neutral him to delegate his duties to the past thirty-nine years. He was of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey, | spent last! week in Ft. Myers with UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

jiourt title Is a misnomer, however President of the Senate, if he could an active member of the Baptist and Mr. Rudolph Bryant, son of her sister, Mrs. Mack Moore. I.. C. MCCABE, Prraldont, Jnrkaonvlllo, Flu. 1

since ita members probably not himself discharge them. B. Church, having affiliated at about Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant, both Mr. David Browning spent part

|on'' forget the chamber of comIn R., Jacksonville Constitutional II the age of twenty-one years. He of this section were quietly mar- of last week In Jacksonville with I Industrial Life Insurance

amendments are launched In the was also a member of the Ma- ried Saturday morning at Starke her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs O. L. SAP, Representative #. I

state legislature, where their inclusion 'sonic Lodge and had served aa by Judge E. K.. Ferryman. I Boss Wilkinson. It

ENJOY A PICNIC AT on a general election ballotis II secretary of the organization for Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner have t

KINGSLEY BEACH approved by a Joint resolutionof the past several years. completed I their new home here. It 1t

the house and senate. Yes, the I He leaves to mourn his loss one Is very attractive and an asset to

(Formerlr Strlpklnnd'O "case of Col. John McNamnra" 'brother L. A. Brown, of Brook the community.

had much to do with the amend- i, or; and three sisters, Mrs N. M. Miss Edna Bryant, Miss Doris SMALL BUT MIGHTY .

ment concerning National Guard Suggs, Branford; Mrs. R. G. Pear- Brown, MIss Shirley Morgan and

promotions and demotions . I I, son and Mrs. C. E. Jackson, both Leaton Morgan, Jr., spent Sunday

and this column will discuss thai of Mayo. afternoon at Kingsley Lake.

soon. E. S., Madison-Your query I I Mrs. Rosle Stanley and little

takes us rather far afield but best Curd of Thanks daughters, Joyce and Blanche,

political observers In Georgia be- We are unable to find words to spent last week with her parents,

lieve incumbent Senator George express our heartfelt thanks, but Mr. and Mrs. Walton Clemmons, .

will overcome the Roosevelt frown trust that you will accept this as of Hetlbronn Springs.L'OATDRAIN.

and lick his opponents handily. our appreciation for your kindness -.

Swlewtvo' nOATiNO Incidentally, all the Senatorial and the many beautiful '

candidates there are native ol ers given during the last flow-I' r
rmiiivo DANCING situation which Mrs. Z. Z. GrlffN, C'orrvHpondent L ,
their own state, a and death of our brother uncle

81101113 DINNEHS! seldom prevails In Florida. C. J., H. R. Brown.L. {
of the Mr. and Mrs Dan Bores and
". Titusville-It is the duty and family,
\ Brown
NICE PLACE committee to A. children, of Jacksonville, were visiting -
State Democratic Mrs. S. E. Ritch and family.
FOR NICE PEOPLE"fUMMElfCOMFORT name a special primary election relatives In this section last

date, if any state-wide office be- O. C. Kelley and L. R. Gainey weekend.Mr. .'
comes vacant. Before 1935, the business In and lira. William Moore, of I
transacting
1 III IT IACKSONVILLE'Si committee had the power to namea I were Gainesville Monday. I Oviecia, were visiting Mr.: and Mr. r I

candidate for a general John Prevatt last week.
t'1ty LEADING'4THE / party Elder and Mrs. Charles Peacock
N111H0fEl election, but the legislature of that I Mr. Peacock and daughter, Bar- Mrs. Ida Chase spent part of { I
too away that privilege M. last week with Mr. and Mrs. C.
year Miami-Your surmises are bara Jane and Mrs. Melton, all H. Clarke of Starke. yOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED TO LEARN HOW MANY PEOPLE j'
:M. Elder H. L. ,
Eb. and
MIN I Ja i pretty nearly right. Governor of Moody Jacksonvilla, of Lacrosse were the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dees and WILL READ YOUR WANT-AD IN TIlE BRADFORD COUNTY

./. A1N1ir ANOnWa Cone reportedly over-exerted him- guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. children of Plant City, spent Sunday TELEGRAPH.: HUNDREDS OF READERS IN THE QUIET OF \
self at the opening of the Lake I, with relatives here. THEIR HOMES IN THE STORES, OFFICES AND BUSINESS ti;

e Tl sOrd" OOeARCOt City tobacco market, and breakdown was- Gainey: G.Sunday.Mrs. E. McCauley and daughter -I Ralfurd Green of Miami, was PLACES, IN APARTMENTS AND HOTELS-YES, AND MANY !

warned of an approaching ,I transacting bus- visiting C. A. Griff last week-end NOW IN TilE VACATION SPOTS OF THE NATION WHERE ,
at that time. The followingMonday Juanita, were
he became embroiled In iness in Gainesville Monday. and was accompanied home by THEY ARE READING THIS NEWSPAPER WHILE ENJOYING 1 r

I Industrial Com- crowd from here at- Mrs. M. J. Green and children, A CHANGE OF CLIMATE AND ATMOSPHERE !
bitter Florida A large
the
here for
who have been Visiting [
DITZONti mission fight, with two opposing tended the Annual Meeting at Mt. the past six weeks. THERE REALLY 13 NO WONDER THAT THESE LITTLE WANT- i t
tremendous pres- Zion Primitive Baptist Church
factions putting Prevatt of Hampton, ADS PULL RESULTS LIKE THEY DOS
him. In the middle of that near Lake Butler Sunday. Mrs. P. B. ,
on
lw I Q si u, week sure he was "out" to visitors, and Mr. and Mrs. Arle Taylor and I is visiting relatives In this sec THEY'RE TROJANS FOR RESULTS-AT-SMALL-COBT!

then disappeared until he turnedup children and Misses Eva Fay and tion.Tom I
"
In St. Vincent's hospital here. Vera Gainey motored to Starke Cooper, of Hampton, was SO GIVE US A LIST OF THE ODD THINGS YOU HAVE AROUND
"I Orlando-This column visiting his aunt, Mrs Ada Grlf- AND DEPRECIATING IN
34i p.ttt J, P. L., Saturday night. THE HOUSE, JUST GATHERING DUST

isn't taking any political bets, but Sir. and Mrs. R. M. Galney are fis, Sunday. VALUE-LET US FIX UP A FOR-SALE AD FOR THESE ITEMS,

plenty of so-called prognosticatora the proud parents of a baby boy Gladys Lee of Bethel, spent AND YOU'LL BE SURPRISED HOW EASILY AND QUICKLY
"
I will agree with you that }lome- born Wednesday Aug. 24, In an Sunday with her brother, Ralph THEY MAY BE TURNED INTO CASH. }
e t r stead Bill" Hodges would be a fav- Alachua County hospital. Gainey, of Lee Lake.

orite candidate In a primary.rodeto Re-. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby are Joe Grlffla, Jr.. Is visiting his THE COST IS ONLY 25c FOR 23: WORDS, EACH ISSUE.
how Claude Pepper Mr. and Mrs. D.
member
very proud to have their son Jim- uncle and aunt
victory on the widely-spread after Boree, of Jacksonville.
at home with them,
work" in, my
report that "crooked several months In the A large crowd from this section
St Ilel Tampa enabled Park Trammel to I spending UmatUla enjoyed a swimming party at Lee
mod.re. anpnot hotel hi el. 11 government hospital at
| dowotowa lacksaBTtll*. lick him In his first campaign treated for Lake Friday afternoon.
Io> with tub and .how.r. nil woretodla I You might see a parallel If and I where he waa being Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt, The Bradford County Telegraph k4
infantile paralyse.
;
a""a md ETCTT nadln bed with lamp.buwrmprtna ftwwlm mat lc when this rumored special prUnaI'YIs tlrs. J. H. Kelley, who has been of Ovleda, were visiting their parentS ,

wawa a .e rr hoc,. held. spending soma! time with her father Mr and Mrs John Prevatt, i fSTARKE k '

tfacso Elder Bob) Dukes, of Dukes, last week, I FLORIDAgID
vehicle -
cCRAa wet try to pass another Arch Prevatt and children ,
uxm as Oa-. S. p' Mil t/n.w going in the same \direction I -She reports that her father were wek-enJ meats of Mr. and 1 I
home.
wont r.rrlld f rent OUOTO on curves or when going up or I l Is much improved. Mrs. Ralph Galney, of Lee Lake.

.. down a bill.

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA _. ... ... FRIDAY_ !SEPTEMRir., '..
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---- -- -- !! -Birth Party";:; I BAPTIST CIICRCH t rKTIIODIST PROGRAMAt singing; and special pip'

I I Members of the Baptist Church the morning service Sunday selections will 1"1111"\ ,,, '"titan,

For Mr. Norman II i FAVORITERECIPES who have been unable to attend : at the First Methodist Church the Prayer meeting u ill i ''''
IA''
I Sunday August 28 was a gala I regularly In recent weeks are urged pastor Rev. Frank Robinson, will' ed on Wednesday( IIIII Hi"t,
,5ocictyjl I j I day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i to be present for the Morning administer the sacrament of the o'clock directed by in. i. "'
"1
I.J I E. Norman at which time Mr. I. .. I Worship at the Church next Sun- Lord's! Supper. The full ritual of this mid-week "."m I,? I I I .urules
I Norman's seventy-first birthday -- day, September 4. The morning the Methodist Church will be used ) of the 'hll.h:. ,?,i il

anniversary was celebrated. A Pan" the Biscuit, Puppy Sermon subject will be "A Ques- I together with the congregationaland and discussed. Immwii, t. I i\ I "'.

I large number of friends and relatives I Maybe you think we have taken,I tion of Thirst" while at the eve- choral responses. Assistingin ing this worship s.. rvi t 11Hi ;I.,, \ .I.

? ss Stockwell) Wins WigginsSappMiss enjoyed the occasion. leave of our senses, devoting this ning service at 8 o'clock the pas- I the service also will be a special People will meet In ''I"i" .. .
"
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Degree at SouthernMiss Dorothy Sapp of Lake I Among those present were Mr. space to a recipe for biscuits tor will give "A Tribute to Labor. number bv the Choir- and selections School rooms for a p.'i'''oil ..I I.,
Butler, but formerly of New River and Mrs. Eddie Norman and chil- something that every housewifehas I All members of the painters and l on the Pipe Organ. Mrs. F. songs and Folk g mcs ''IK

: Irma Stockwcll. daughterof and Norman Wiggins, of Jacksonville dren, Edna Jeannette, and Herbert been making since she was a carpenters trades as well as work- H. Long will be at the console. .

:Mr and Mrs. W.V. were married on August 19 ;; H. O. Yost and Miss Rosa girl In i her teens. Every cook In ers in the other skilled labor vocations The Church School will meet -

of Ocala, received her from ofarts at the home of Judge J. R. Town- I Mae Norman of Waverly; Mr. and the county probably has her favorite are especially invited to join promptly at 10 o'clock under the When you read of .Ill, ',

degree August 20 Flor- send in Lake Butler. Mrs. S. E. Norman and children biscuit recipe and would be friend andY fellow-members in this supervision of Judge E. K. Ferryman think that this might .,m, n. ..
of Bobbie, and righteously indignant if anyone so Labor worship service. pened to "j)
College, Lakeland. The bride eldest daughter Dorothy Marguerite general superintendent. you or your ranim
ida Southern \
Mr. and. Mrs. M. J. Sapp was a Edwin, of Gainesville; Mr. and much as hinted that she should The Sunday School of the Baptist Classes for all will be
age groups .
:Miss Stockwell was a member of member of the 1938 graduatingclass Mrs T. D. Proctor and children vary from it by one pinch of salt Church meets promptly at 10 conducted during this hour. j

Alpha Chi Omega sorority the of Bradford County High Earl, and Juanita of Lake Butler I or one spoonful of shortening. A. M., and extends a cordial wel-

Choral Readers, the VagabondClub I School at Starke, and was actively ; Mrs. J. L. Jackson, and the Our sudden decision to inflict come to people of all ages. The evening will convene Young at 7 People'smeeUng o'clockIn your Permitting running boar persons! i I",, i i I ,: '"

and Alpha Psi Omega hon Identified with fraternal and ; Rev. H. M. Tlllman of Jackson- i you with another biscuit recipe is The Baptist Training Union will tice and should
the Church School rooms. Miss: not; it. ,
\?
orary dramatic fraternity at Flor-(, social activities throughout her ville; Mrs. Florrle Wills Elam I not an aftermath of the recent meet in the evening at 7:15: : for Carol White will conduct the -- Ill>
wor-
ida Southern. She wan presentedIn senior year in school. She is a native Lewis James Norman, William I'heat wave but Is simply due to the regular program of trainingIn
a recital lust May by the head I of Bradford Couny, her mother Morgan, Mr. and Mra. J. E. Nor- the fact that we have just tested Church membership, instruction ship for the Senior-Young People
of the Department of Speech of having been postmistress at man, all of Sturke. out the recipe used by "Mother" In Christian living and prac- and Miss Virginia Sewell will be. MJW rowan('('OtIKIIH; Ir I.I/IIIU.1!
the leader for the Intermediates.The & LH.Hl' ,
1 the Lakeland Institution. Miss New River, several miles west of At the noon hour a long table O'Danlel wife of W, Lee O'Dan- tise In using the Bible. At o'clock Let n loon
inns who
hour of in
Stockwell plans to enter Northwestern Starke before moving to Lake spread beneath the large oaks in lel who, if you remember was I the individual departments of theB. evening worship r"0 In ohliilulnir .a""rl.nnnlslwl!,.,'.
In September elected Governor of Texas several the church will be conducted by iln> do your n....., M,
clos-
University Butler. the yard, was laden with good T. U. will assemble for a lgng
Ilen.onnl.lr.
I the beginning at 8 o'clock, l.enei.,1,1,
pastor '
aa a candidate for a master of arts Mr." Wiggins Is In business In things to eat. weeks ago to the tune of "Please ing worship service combined with I The subject for the evening will Herilirn.
degree in speech. Jacksonville. He also Is a native Late in the afternoon the Pass the Biscuits Pappy." I I the opening of the regular Church' be "In and Out." Congregational j. I'liiLLiri, i.BW(1.,

Friends here will be Interestedin of Bradford County and was formerly friends and children left for home When the recipe was quoted In a'j' Service (i I _

the above clipping taken froma connected with naval stores wishing Mr. Norman many more recent release of "Washington I The Monthly Teachers' and Of-

recent issue of the Florida Times operations at New River. huppy birthdays. Merry-Go-Round" we decided that I ficers' meeting will be held in connection I! AUTO ACCESSORIESAND

Union Miss Stockwell togetherwith Judge J. R. Townsend performed --A if Mrs. O'Danlcl's biscuits could j i, with Wednesday night I

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the ceremony and the One Initiation get her husband elected Governorof Prayer Meeting at eight O'clOCk.1) I NECESSITIESCONNECTING I
I
Whitten were residents here for couple left Immediately for Almost Every Month Texas they certainly must be I September 7. The meeting will I
some time. Miss Stockwell was tensive visit In Alabama.fhpv young// worth giving a trial. And they Include reports of Sunday School RODS I MUFFLERS

graduated from the BradfordCounty ... PJacksonville.tan tn make their_____ ___on ._ Members of Starke Grove No. were! In _fart,_, _If we had been a I work Burin g frho- P nnaf mnnth' and i f Y r"r" "'!"" 41exch.
High School, where she 278 held their regular meeting resident of Texas and had eaten will feature an inspirational program : ( .)... For the*

was popular with the student Tuesday night In the Woodman one of those biscuits during the J by the teachers under the I Ford "A'' $2.23;IUM.SH
body. Hall with Mrs. A. J. Grlffis, guardIan campaign we don't know but whatwe -''direction of Superintendent A. J. (exch.) __ 70c .

Speciall\Ieeting presiding. would have voted for .Air, Thomas. All teachers and offi- T"1lf For (..... 111'ai.i) ;w:

Picnic EnjoyedAt Of W. C. T. U. After the business session a O'Danlel oureelf. Our initial at- cers now active as well as those Che(exch.)_4'__ "ovChe $1.8c!)

class took the degrees in Wood- tempt was so successful that the who have expressed their Inten- For Ford ..1"complete
Sternberg Cottage The Woman's Christian Temperance head of the house said "Please pass ;" 68C _. $1.85
craft and each new member expressed tions of joining the teaching staff (exrh _- --
Members of the Morocco Temple Union had a special meetinglast herself as wanting to know I the biscuits" seven times by actual are urged to attend this important
Chanters of Jacksonville of which Friday afternoon at the home more about the Woodman Circle count the first time we served meeting. POLISH CLOTH For Ford Y-a $1.93:
Is member en- of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kemp and them at lunch. .
Nat Sternberg: a and desiring to continue in the M1
joyed a basket picnic at the Stern- at this time the L. T. L. gave a work of the society.It I But not to keep you in suspense The manufactured products of l Yards'I..nre. _m. lie CLUTCH DISCS ,
__ Lake playlet entitled "The Sober Sev- here is Mother O'Dan-
berg cottage on Ktnirslev was voted to send flowers anda any longer Texas have begun to exceed the I Complete

Sunday. en. basket to some of the sick mem 1 iel's famous recipe: farm products in value. DAVIS ft C. QJ J fnringa. will
Mr. Mrs. C. H. Johnson and Mrs. i f
Among those present were: I Cleaner: -1rohsh Ior <(< het- ''):t2:.O: A
and Mrs. J. Ben Wand Mr. and Kemp sang a duet "Does Jesus bers.The Starke Grove Is happyto TO THE VOTERS OF THE : : t 'a:u l.lrS2c
and Mrs. Care" which was followed by very 1'iippy's Biscuits" I I / Quickly' rentoteH dirt. 9F"
:Mrs J. E Pearce, Judge know that It is among the TOWN OF HTAKKK
words of comfort selected from the film, HrenMt, etc. I'rod,1ee. *
Julian Ii.
Mrs. -
Ollie Edmonds :Mr. and Ernest Groves in the State that have been' 2 cups flour This is to announce that I ama ltinutlfiil fluFor Fitrilw ,
book of Psalms. Mrs:
O Westley Mr. and Mrs.: Hor- called' successful in holding at least one I 4 teaspoons baking powder candidate for member of City r.lI. ':lIIajN r,'l.iKhrr lint
ace Fretwell, :Mrs. Ellsha Elsey, Thomqucet read a poem Initiation almost month dur- teaspoon salt Council. I have lived here and '
.
"Traveling with God" and Mrs. F. every .a i' Pint Can 32c: .tl.a rlutrh |inn., .,. '
:Mrs. Stella Mae Bolles,, Miss StellaMae ing 1938. l'a i teaspoon sugar paid taxes for more than twen- prirc.
: Bolles Mr. and :Mrs. Teddy A. Scott offered prayer. A social hour was enjoyed fol- I 4 tablespoons shortening ty years. I have always wantedto

Henson. This program was In honor of lowing the business meeting. 1 cup sweet milk be a member of this body, feelIng WIZARDSPARK -
-- -- ---. Mrs. J. T. Quigley's birthday anniversary ', I :Mix: dry Ingredients first ( that I might be a help in doing PLUGS; :MICRO IIOIICenrnnl.ed '\

and she was given the I |I something worthwhile for the
Party Given then work in the shortening lO.IMMt. iiillentilil Chrome Iii"".hrfvl '"
Ol lt'FLOWERS white ribbon salute. In honor of I and add the milk.: Roll j property owners. ,
/ l>f|> sore Kim a pfii"i u""
Mr. and Mrs. Quigley the follow- For Eloise Johns dough punch out biscuits Will state if I am elected, will I::",'11 In Se(. @) tone *,.'" "

ing poem was composed and read An enjoyable party was given I and bake in hot oven. promise to do all I can to lower, $l. to
by Mrs. Kemp: last Friday night at the home of I taxes and light rates in so far as 32c-33e for one
Them- friends of the Minion BallFrom Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns at New good business government would
Hi-. until clod tome r."lvp,1 and l teach a call; River celebrating the thirteenth The funny part of this recipe is permit. : Save at

M>' people and lrea.chAga.ln..t birthday anniversary of their that every housewife we've men- I Will appreciate your support !i

And, lout worldly Hauls win.sin daughter Eloise. tioned It to so far declares it Is ,I and vote on Sept. 13.Respectfully. : I 1 1 I 1
They didn't atop and sigh After enjoying several games on practically the same one that she ,! ,

."onLI.. Thy Hut said work, "Dear to do Lord; we'll try the lawn, the young guests were has been using all her life but I R. A. NEWSOME I STARKE FLORIDA. J
there must be some magic about ,
OCCASIONSIn : Ever our strength renew. Invited Into the dining room which I Adv.
was made more attractive with the exact proportions recommended -
Their duty they never shirk
,
any designs Also Flower Oh how they work! pink rosebuds and greenery. The by Mrs. O'Danlel for they were Ids

Wired to anybody, anywherefor Speaker I leminnn they broughtAnd large birthday cake which cen- different from any biscuits it has I
any occasion drawing nnd taughtIn song tered the table was iced in white been our good fortune (for bad)
To keep us from wrong. and was topped with thirteen pink to taste In a long career of biscuit '
MRS. N. D. WAINWHIGIIT When !In heaven they meet FREE DELIVERY
i \ \ May they joyfully greet candles in green holders. eating.
Phono 102: (men they've led to thee. I Mrs. Johns was assisted in serv- The head of the house actually s. R. Johns
Thus fruits of their labor to 8ee.
---- ing refresments of punch and cake grew poetical and proclaimed that PHONE
by Mrs. J. B. Watson and Mrs Mrs. O'Danlel's recipe produced

i Reddish Andrews. biscuits that wereas light asa

balloon dancer tip-toeing across
HALL' To Meet TuesdayThe a. thistledown mattress." I
45
circles of the Baptist W. M. Our recommendation Is that you I & Sons ''

S. will hold their meetings Tues- try this recipe even, though you

day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Cir- think your's Is practically the i
ALL WEEK CASH SPECIALS have NEAR THE S A. L. DEPOT
Of might
cle No. One with Mrs. L. G. Pow- same. course you
ell leader, will meet at the homeof been making biscuits this light CASH PRICES ONLY: 1 I''

NEAR BERRY MARKET Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. G. and airy all the time, but we know : I'i i,,
I'i
M. Bennett will be co-hostess. Cir- there are plenty of good cooks ,

cle No. Two with Mrs. J. M. who aren't so lucky. I GUARANTEED I
I Brownlee leader will meet with -Mrs. E. L. Matthews.
FLOUR 24 Lbs. 55c BACON Best I FLO UR 58e
i
Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mrs. F. F. -
24 LBS.
NO. 2 STD.String I I Flume at the home of the for- Tomato Aspic With Avarado !

6c Side, Lb .-- 13c I mer. Circle No. Three with Mrs.L. Our recipes this week certainly I I .
Beans
II A. Cnnova leader will meet sound tempting. Mrs. A. S. Ma- I

I with Mrs. G. W. Alderman nussa submitted them so we know
you're Indebted to her for new 10 Lbs. tffl 5 Lbs.
t MACARONI 3c
pk MEAL, to Lbs._ t9c Special Bus ideas for making summer meals GRITS Z1C SUGARQuart 22c

' 1Z Lb. pk SALT, 3c For Jacksonville MeetA more 12,y delightful.oz. can of tomato juice

GRITS, 10 Lbs._ 2tc special bus will leave the 1 medium stalk celery 10 Lbs.
Tablets 3c
Aspirin court house here at 6 P. M. Thursday 3 slices of onion 19c 19c

Sept. 8, to take members of 1 bay leaf MEALMAXWELL SALAD DRESSING
the local W. O. W. camp to Jacksonville 1 clove
NO. 2 SIZE STANDARD I BANANAS for the quarterly district 1 tablespoon sugar HOUSE
TOMATOES fir meeting. Salt pepper and paprika to taste ) h. ** Country Roll Q'7 n

-- Fancy 4 Lbs. tSc Lacy Conway secretary, urgesall 1 tablespoon gelatine COFFEE t.JL.\ BUTTER Lb. L
j KITCTF1T -- members who can attend to do ,i cup cold water I ,

I so as a large class will be given Avacado sliced thin ,
MATCHES, -- 3c ONIONS, Fancy the initiation degree at the meet- 2 cakes cream cheese rlced 5 Lbs. 17c 10 Lbs.

Ing. Place tomato Juice, celery, onion 14c
Corn Flakes, pkg. Sc Texas, 3 Lbs. tOe + a sugar and spices in a saucepanand RICE POTATOES

Circle Meeting simmer 20 minutes. Run

Circles of the Woman's! Mission- through solve onto gelatine which Whole or Half Fancy Yellow
POTATOES PEANUT BUTTER has been dissolved In '. cup cold 25p 13c
ary Society of the Methodist HAMS
water. When mixture begins to FARRIS BANANAS Lbs.
u. s. NO. 1 Church will meet Tuesday afternoon -
Quarts 20cIILUF. harden add avacado. Put in a
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to Lbs. __ t3c
ring mold which has been lightly
o'clock. Circle Number One will 2 Lbs.
ROSE Loose be entertained by Mrs. M B. Her-' oiled. Chill In refrigerator. When 25c Western 25c

long. Circle Number Two will be i set turn out on a plate of shredded OLEO PORK CHOPS Lb.
RICE, 5 Lbs __ tSc COFFEE, Lb.__ 9c I lettuce and fill center with rlced I ,
entertained by Mrs. J. F. Colley
cheese. Serve with salad dressIng -
and Mrs. L. C. Ray, at the home i
WE DRESS
MILK, any kind, tall, 3 for________ 20c of the former. As Monday is HENS 18cCOMPLETE
Labor Day and a general holiday THEM
And here's the other recipe submitted -
TOILET TISSUE, 3 rolls _______ __ tOe afternoon.the circles will meet on Tuesday by Mrs. Manassa. I

r. Cherry Relish I

,. OLEO BUTTER, 2 Lbs. _____ 25c 1 large can sour pitted cherries I LINE OF
NOTICE
) ?i cup brown sugar

COMPOUND LARD, Lb. _______ tOe Teachers in the examinations Court Room will of the beheld 2',a whole teaspoon cloves ground nutmeg I Native and Western Meats

Court House
Thursday Friday
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1 package cherry Jello
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T.BONE STEAKS, Lb. __ _______ t7cJ Saturday. September 15: 18, 17. 1 boiling water

J Baby Lima Great I twelve Examinations and one run to five.from All eight applicants to H cup teaspoon cherries salt and t6% Dairy
Simmer
Foremost Ice Northern are asked to come preparedwith spices 20 minutes. Remove sugar cloves CORNS 1 35 i FEED 1 6Q-;

legal cap paper pen and ink. and cool. Dissolve Jello in hot wa- F le

CREAM, pt._ tOe BEANS Lb. __ 5ct,1 A. J. GRIFFIS ter. Add salt and cool. When
County Superintendent. mixture begins to thicken add E Cincy Laying C. $. E
-2-2t 2j,4 1 50
and
cherries. Pour into molds MASH MEAL

LUNCH SPECIALS chill until firm. ?, ? :.. E
If Excess Acid cauaaa E

SOUTHERN STLYE BAR.B-Q __ tOe FREE )'oupClin.ofStom.che W. T.meets Friday after CINCY GRAY

Ulc.re, indig.stlon noon at three o'clock at the home o 85 x.60 D
DELICIOUS HOT DOGS 5c C.. of Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley SCRATCH. SHORTS
______ Bloatln., ,Heartburn Belchin. _
N.u...,get a free sample of UDGA ; -

TRY OUR FRIED CHICKEN DINNER and a Ire. Interesting booklet at I highway If you walk are walking on the left down side the of WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS

CARPENTER'S the road facing traffic. I



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Mrs,, L. A. Canova. Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Dallle Epperson and Miss J Mr. and Mrs D. T. Clark left Mia J. P Burns and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy have re- I'I', I '
Mitchell, and Miss Luclle Mitchell Catherine Epperson, of Lake But- I Friday for their home in Miami Joan and Jean have returned to I turned to their home In t I Ivllle I
spent Monday afternoon in Jack- : ler, were guests last Thursday of nfier spending two weeks here their after enjoying a JackHon"i'j"
home In Atlanta, Ga.. after
Bits of sonville. I II Mi'faV J. EppeiHon at Kings- with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. vacation at Klngsley Lake as the 1( ,
Icy Lake, and !Mrs, N. D. Wainwright, Sr. spending the summer here with guests of Mrs. Guy's' parents 11\;,
Mrs. Burns' mother Mrs C. I. \ I
Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklns. ,
I Mr and Mrs. E. Carlos and John' ---- ----- '( ::1 :
'i Taylor, of Jacksonville, were the i W. M Wimberly accompanied Page 'Be\en In this Issue IH. In- I Managau, and Mix 1lInManassa.. j"'i" ( '
Local Nevb I, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Versailles to the Veteran's tfreHtltiif, Informative, and n big I I Mrs Jennette Kincaid, Mrs D. !i'i I; '' I; p
I, Mike Dew. Hospital in Lake City Tuesday 111'1'1'.1. Read It thoroughly.Mrs. Mrs. E. R. Marshburn of Tallahassee A. Monteith and Mrs. Ethel Biggs: I I'' i i !
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND where the latter remained for was a week-end guest of returned to their respective homes I I'' i;
OF TIlE COUNTY AND I George and Phillip Mantissa left treatment. Ralston Jones, of West- I her mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman today after enjoying a week's vlll'I 1:1 Ie :
PROGRESS TOWN Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga., where Chester Pa., recently visited her ; Mrs. Murshburn was accompaniedhome it in Augusta\ Ga., Charlotte t:" !"
I they will enter Oglethorpe University G. H. Bennett and his son-in-law aunt, Mrs Effie Johns. Mrs Jones by her daughter, Miss Bettyafarehburn other points in North Carolina ,.
this Fall. I and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Randolph will be remembered as Miss wno nas spent several with friends { 'i !
--00. I i Boree, of Jacksonville left Geneva Baiaden formerly of I weeks here with relatives. I ': I ,
,II 1, Patten, of Tallahassee, Mrs. O. W. White and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. C Klckllter and Sunday for Macon and Indian: Starke.O. I Mr. and Mrs. ';rl'
i. MI, week-end with friends Miss Carol White, were visitors in family, of Stuart, returned home Springs Ga. Mr and Mrs. C. F. Ward returned -' grandson, Harry, S. ': \ ,
I..h'C'1I Jacksonville Saturday. I Thursday following a month's stay L liensley has recovered I last week from a visit with : Mrs. A. H. week."f !
at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. E. E. from slight Injuries sustained, relatives In Marietta, Ga. They nah, Ga, and ':

,., !I' E. Canova and Miss Mrs A. F. Sauls, Dorothy Ellen Mia' Julia Eastman Wainwright when he fell from "Peggy" ono were accompanied home by Mr. and, son. Theodore t ;,:' '
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3r recently
Ward's sister, Mrs. Cot- of
Carolyn were guests "
Powell spent Tuesday In Steele and Freddie Wimberly spent day lust week" while on his regularlar l,;y /
visited her brother-in-law and sister
'srh were recent business visitors in Seaboarl1'8Vanneo ten, who continued on to her homein Griffin and Mrs
the )
run on
Monday Jacksonville.
Itir 'lie.r. 1>1r. and Mrs. Chas. H. Register Jacksonville. branch.Mr Luke Wales Saturday ., Thursday of last I
In Lake Butler. "n j jI ,
: R Struth spent a few I I
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Miss Carolyn O'Neal, of Vero
,y'' ., week in Jacksonville vis- Beach, spent the week-end here as Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee Mr and Mrs. A. C Durden and and Mr*. Paul E. Cnnova/ ATTENTION VOTERS !:, }
cg' seta, .. ._ the guest of Miss Marjorie Stump. and Jacksonville, spent the Mrs. Harry Roberts, of Tampa, and children, Paul III, Norma, and
will be the guests this week-end of I 1 know it's that candidates 11'+ .
weekend hero with her mother Emma Jane, who have been herewith a custom get 1'
yr \\ j Epperson, Sr., and Mrs. L. A, Cnnova. Mrs. J. M. Mrs E. E. Canova. I Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hoppe at Mra Emma Canova and family 1 I out and electioneer and shake hands and ; :
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i ion spent Tuesday Klngsley Luke. I ,
Mitchell, and Miss Lucille Mitchell left Tuesday for their home in I
rN II" spent Monday In Jacksonville. I Mrs.V.. P. Smith was called to Orlando I promise voters, but I am tied up with my i: ; ":
Orangcburg, S. C.. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. Varnedoeand
I! rru, Price of Quincy, Mrs. John W. Branscomb, of I because of the sudden death of Mrs. Homer Christy of Pa- Friends here of Mr. and Mrs I work and can't see all of you, besides your I j:, I ; ;:
l?' "i ,veek-end, with Mr. and Tampa, was a recent guest of the ,, her nephew, Kay Wolf. latka, were guests last weekendof Eldredgo Robinson, of Orlando, time is valuable and I have no promises other J!, : I i', ,
r8'm Norrls. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson Mrs Varncdoe'a parents, Mr. will be interested to know that I I than should in .;
I Miss Sophie Rhinell, of Jackson- and Mrs. W. p Smith. they are announcing the birth of a I you give me your support : ,
I j fOIt'' School Store. heu | for school supplies. At yourn'ire month in West Palm Beach with Icy Lake as the guest of her slater Mr. and Mrs. R C. Buford and gust 26. I will be found at the city hall at all ,J ;
her mother, Mrs H. P. Otwell. Mrs. Elsa Lyles.If daughter, Miss Gloria, and Mrs.: .
Ltttle Stilley, spent the week-end in I Mr. and Mrs, Davis Oliver and times where I will be pleased to wait on '1'1' b,.
Miss p' KSy Cannon, of Jack- Tommy Hitch left Wednesdayfor you don't believe our business Jacksonville as guests of Misses daughter,; Martha, and Christine Thank for consideration 1 '
Invlll was a recent guest of Jacksonville where he will men arc good editors, juttt Rosa and Addle Balsden. Bryan, of Ft: Lauderdale were recent you. you your at i ;
.$s Doris Harrison again attend Lee High School. read page seven in this. INNIIC. guests of Mr. and Mrs/ W. A. the polls. 1, i j
Bessant, Sr, enroute to Waynes-
Mr. and Mrs. R A. Newsome
I Edwin Torode is in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Edenfleld Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss have had as their guests this week ville, N. C. W. D. (DAD) PENDER Jl ;
iier, operation today. day of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomas. week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. daughters Misses Hazel and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Mr. l -J : f ''i t<
and Mrs. Henry Godbold. I Louise, of St. Petersburg. and Mrs. L. F. Dinklns and daughter -- --- -- --- .J i'. ; ,
Mr and Mrs. Bill Parks and Joan Miss\ Hannah Swindell, '\.1J
i little son, Billy, of Miami recently Mr. and Mrs. James Godboldand Mrs C. II. Crumpler and children -I Mrs. J W. Hagen and Johnnie
visited her aunt, Mrs. Effie Johns. son, James Jr., of Jackson- Martha Jane and Carl, left Hagen spent' Sunday at Jackson- TIP TOP GROCERY ; !j
ville, of Mrs.S. Beach.
I were guests Monday this week for Lacoochee, where ville r rI
("'. A.' Scott nnnoiuice. Kill's S. Cowling and family. they will make their home. :Mr. I .
Kuol Korner now ready to eerie Clumpier is stationed there. Mr and :Mrs, John Peacock and / FRIDAY & SAT. ...- CUT PRICES t'j t; ,: '
Mrs. Elsa Lyles and family 10- / Tommle and granddaughterUaiham .
Ire cream and everything Kool. -- -- ---- son.!
turned Monday to their home In Our l boys and girl; ilo well with Jean, and Mm Della. 11.111'1 Lowest Food Prices Since 1932 ''e,i,
!!!L Mrs. R. L. White and Mrs. Bradford Jacksonville, after spending the i I, "Tim Bradford County High; I ton, nil of Jacksonville, wore the"
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I of Live Oak, were guests summer at Kingaley: Lake. j ji Seliool Journal," but our IUHIIOHH-| : guests this week at the home ofMV ? f ONIONS' ? I ; !:!' ':,
: : I ... YFLLOW Lbs 5c'
RlirclrmMrs
Wednesday of Mrs. J, W. \''hlte.I .11-I. ...., tom 1 Journ..l i s. R fur 1 .. and' IMi-B .1 J. "a'-u'
V1'U.vnu loA ,
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;? "E: t931 Model A Ford i I J. M. Alval'N.'D. Walnwrlgbt, pngo/: seven .I eStokley's );. ,.r.lI; ,
in-It $150 cash.- R. J. I MI's.V. S. Stroman returned Sr., and W. M. Wainwright and ',, L. A Rennolds returned I
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r tf home Monday after spending two t lion Billy, of Tallahassee, were re- Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned I Wednesday, after spending tinweekend ,' Grapefruit Juice 4 en 25c !,. j i; : "
-- I week with
.. Piano and accordlanmdltlon weeks with relatives in Tallahassee. cent visitors In Gainesville.Mrs. Saturday from Green Cove Springs and first of J': .
where .she enjoyed a two weeks' her friend<1, Mrs. T. B. Hendrix, ot 'I 1 ;1
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for
,,r i H A Bishop.cheap P. M. Padgett and Miss visit with her son.in-law and Lakeland, at Dr$. Hendrlx sum NO. I l'\M't S. 4POTATOES' ('umn.tlc; \, -jl"I" 't 1
Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere, Mrs L Roberta Padgett, of Palmetto daughter Mr and Mrs J. B. Mills. mer home at Mount Airy N. C l
Furnished apart- A. Canova, and Miss\ Isabel Fer- I were recent guests of Mrs. W. J. .- --- 10 Lbs. 12c :, 'j :
at Lake. W. E. Mlddleton, Miss Dr. D. C. Forehand and tk' ; ,
| rn< <".K' comfortable rooms nandez spent Saturday In Jacksonville Epperaon Kingsley Mrs :, :
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H Long 9.2.2tp I Madge Miilrllcton Mm E L. Matthews Gortatowski, of Albany, Ga, spent!
Friends of V. B, Harrell will Marjorie Sue / Middleton the week-end at Kingslcy: Lake, i SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 Lbs. 15c ;i.j {
21 ,rk ,red heifer, wt. 450 Miss Clara Louise Peek, of| be glad to learn that he la 1m- and Miss Connie Padgett, of Pal- They were accompanied home by :, .
e urns sawed short crop Lake Butler, Is spending several 1 proving after being confined to metto returned Tuesday after Mrs Forehand and daughter Peggy j
i1i me ear under-square in I his home because of illness. spending several days In Miami Jane Darby and Jean Marie
weeks here with her father, J. L. 1
itt Branded W. S. Finder Peek. 1 and Key West. Miss Padgett remained Strange of Richmond, Va., who JUMBO CELERY Cal. each 12IG c i; 4 tan/ notify E. L. Kelly, Lake The Rev. Frank" Robinson spent here for a visit with Mr spent last week at the Klncnld-' rr j
Jtlel'. ltp I Miss Dorothy Sapp, of Tallahassee most of this week in Lakeland attending I and Mrs. Matthews. Beasley cottage on Kingsley Lake. i t. i '

RICK for all purposes. Camp- spent the week-end bere with the Pastors School, which Pure Concord Juice 23c .
I yule Clay Products Inc., Camp- her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. was held at Southern College. 1 Grape qt ; I n; :7 i ii I.
JlleFla. Sapp. ,
8-26-4tp Miss Lillian Stump will leave THE REXALL BACK TO SCHOOL

ffOR SALEStrawberry plants, Misses Virginia and Katie Fu- Monday for St. Luke's Hospital In L 'i'iIUCoOKt'EI.1) i i iir
GEM 2Lbs. 25c
1 1125 Jacksonville where she will go in OLEO
per 1,000, taken up at field. gate were week-end guests of Miss 1 ; ,
'. Rhoden Starke, Route 2, Box Mary Newton Green in Daytona I training to become a nurse. ;
SALEThursday \ '
l 8.26--2tp Beach. TMI'1.11): ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searingand 'I
I C. O. Searing have gone to CHEESE MACARONI (.; : t ,

Morristown, N. J., to attend the Friday & Saturday Specials ,I \ s'
NAT SEZ: ;! funeral of Mrs. C. O. Scaring. LB. 17c 6 Oz. Pkg. 3c k\: r' ,j

Well, here It IH the tint of I each week in September33c
x, Sep- Mr. and Mrs, H. S. Brown and j I
.temlwr, and the weather a little !; daughter, Marlon, have returned i Jf
TALL CAN SALMON lOcSWIFT'S
cooler. Nobody cute deny that we i to their home after spending sev- I .
T have had a hot time In the old eral weeks In North Carolina. !I'' ,

var t town this summer. The kids will I :> Vicks Salve .________________n__ _______ 2Je!> t
Turn to page! seven and reap| \ JEWELL\ LARD Lb. l lOc ;A\j t
!><' bade In school again In a few : "The JlriKlford County ;Merchant. j Sl.OOCunlui .____________________n______ Rge \ ,

days and I am sure that they tire I Journal." I 100 Mayer Aspirin _______________________n_ 6ie: Ioill.'F.CIOO; UJAUANTKKI: ; tl',,)",'! 1

all happy happy ubout I u"svi that.< | to I rememberliow ho when I' Mr and Mrs. George A. An-i: 60c Sal Hepatica ______________________________ 51c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 55c 'rr1"; ;
W. J.
tu'huol that raise started.their right All who hand believe I' spent derson last and week Mrs at Mrs. Epperson'ssummer Epperson [ $1.00liIes: Nervine _____-'_____________________ R9c ,

i home on Kingsley Lake I 60c( Mromo-Selt/er n__________________________ 5leI I "MUIIT'S ('n. ROIL I I ItF.ST'IIlTIr. 1 r ii' ,< '' '" (n .

Mrs P. )of. Barefoot, Misses Ju- I 50c :Mennen Baby Oil _____.:.___________________- ,13c I H, i

OUR BOYS'_ DEPT. VA anita and Sara Barefoot and Miss lOc Fletchers Castoria ________________________ 33c BUTTER BACON j-i:
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Rena Mae Cutshaw, of Lawtey
Tom Sawyer Shirts 1 spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Kotex, 1 dz u____________________________ 20c + 1
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Kotex1 1 At size ____________________________ 79c Lb. 27c Lb. 12$c: I't" :
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Ire the bet and cheapest in the P --T\ Mrs, J. M. Brownlee and Miss I ;
long run. Now priced at- / :'t r I Martha Brownlee are enjoying a I GOc Mum _---------------------------- 51c. '." .
I three weeks' vacation at the I 63c 1'1.1'' M I
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79c I Weeks' cottage on Kingsley LakeMr I 60c Preen Shampoo ____________________________ 51c33c Large Oct. Soap, 6 for 25c ;i }

Boys School Trousers .\ Jr, have, and returned Mrs. N. D to Wainwright their home,, I ;) Uromo-Quinine ____________________________ 29c .

In a wide I after spending some on Crystal time at Lake.their I 60c Italian Balm ______________________________ Sic 30 FREE COUPONS''t

1 4 ,; / varietyof i summer cottage $1.50 J I'inkhams Comp _______________________$1.12

J materials Mrs Frank Bryan and daughter j I 25c Fenamint; _____________________________ 21c
Q Jean, of Ft. Lauderdale Giant Oct. Soao Powder 6 for 25c '
88cShoes Y rSr are Dorothy guests of Mrs. Bryan's pareats i'I 33c;) Odorono -> ____________________________ 31c t :;f

Mr and Mrs W. A. Bessant, 3c;) :MusteroFe __ __ ___________________________ 31c

for ChildrenIn Sr I GOc Forhans Tooth Paste _______________ ____ 19c Oct. Toilet Soap 6 bars 25c ;,/j;

Mrs, William Hardee, of Jacksonville I flOe Syrup Pepsin _________________________ 53c rt
and Miss Ella Fae Price, I II I. ;,
PKTEirS SHOES you will get i of Gainesville, were guests this ,, $1.25:> Absorhine, Jr. ______________________ $1.12 ItKI; ISOX "Nfl'ICIlSUDS U.I'I' IOX t.nNc.'F.Nl'IC.\'I'U: ; ,iii I' ,

9 solid leather construction at priers i' week Clane of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc- i i 25c: Sloans Liniment ____ ___ ______ __________- 29c SUPER SUDS 1//;:,;

< I no higher than that naked for j $1.00 Ironized Yeast __ _______-________ -- ---_ 89c I
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3 Boxes 23c 3 Box 25c : "l j
and
ithocA" not near as good. Price Misses Gloria Johns Phylisa jI
Stewart of Jacksonville, were the -I (
range l is- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. UIIOI.K 1 J Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Get one of our monthly circulars which contain a I I I
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,. ,a $1.35.$1.95 Ritch. complete list of standard drug products at money saving rt'HBSUGAR RICE I: k) .

a. Other brands carried In .1 lze from Mrs L. E. Jordan and sons Edward prices. "; I. ,.

?d I 4e 8 to 2 aa low i ilOEB'S es- be Mrs.week-end T.and J. Griffin Harold guests,and of of Oviedo Mrs.Mr.Carrie will and This month's circular contains a valuable coupon 5 Lbs. 22c 5 Lbs. 17c m

98c Rltcb. I worth 51c on the purchase of a fountain pen. '

-r ,. Mrs. L. M. DeSba and daughter, TOMATOES. 3 No. 2 cans 17c ';!:'

Marjorie, of Wlldwood, were the y '
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERCT week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. t _
I W. H. Struth and lllas Kate I CARPENTER'SYour lIAIJLAItU'H! pBF.IJSK, SIC OK PLAIN' 't '

I Struth. I FLOUR 22c 43c 78c 'It\f.\ .,

Merrill Strutn, formerly of Orlando I I REXALL Drug Store 5 Lbs 10 Lbs. 20 Lbs. \ '
/Is the truest of his parents .
i Mr. and MM.. W. H. Struth. Mr. !
Struth will leave Monday for Miami STARKE, FLORIDA FRESH PEACHES 3 Lbs. 25c .

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FARMERS SECTIONNOTES FLORIDA TOBACCO CROP LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA I The


OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS This year's tobacco productionhas In addition 2,400 acres of Flor- l FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Letter Box

netted Florida. farmers approximately ida land were devoted to produc-

ISCO,000, the State tion of shade tobacco and 800

More White Boys Marketing bureau estimated. Brad- acres to production of sun tobacco, SAFE ItOOUEDGAINESVILLE.J1'wo MONEY IN GRAPES NOl'ogejo, h...,. T..
Hints To HousewivesWeekly ford County growers grossed be- grown by contract and not sold at i or more CALLAHAN. It is grape August : I H'i.IS
Than Negroes In tween $55,000( and $60,000, it Is state markets. thieves broke Into the office of picking time in Callahan, and Friend Gene:

from Home Demonstration State Prison Farm estimated.At Estimates set the sun tobacco the Sounthern Brewing Company housewives here are busy canningthe I hope you areN,"n .&&rii],

Specialist, Tallahassee the eight warehouses in the crop at 16,000 pounds and shade last week and carried off a medium luscious fruit for Winter, while perlng and that d-m\" "hi,i M J''"*

TALLAHASSEE White boys state-six at Live Oak and twoin tobacco at 2,400,000 pounds both size safe containing approximately their husbands are doing a good is on the ascending SIli.,, Lake sales this valued at more than In cash and checks. business selling some of the crop I am: in bed
IN CASK! 01"'CIUtST: under twenty years of age out City year I together $650 most 01,i ,,h,, ,''
to Jacksonville residents. More and have been "'
numbered totalled 10,089,275 pounds bring- $1,000,000. for nemiv.
negroes among prisoners -
Ethyl Holloway committeed to the state prison ing farmers $2,230,600 or $20.21 Last year with two warehousesat I I GAS TAX FALLIiTALLAHASSEE.O I grapes were produced this year I am not slclt, hut ".,..llug'' N"'r'

District Home Agent in the first six months of 1938. per 100 pounds. Live Oak the only tobacco sales 1 a sol 1 n e I year In Callahan than ever before am hoping and prnyK( ,,, 'h ,"; I !
II' and and rob- Since Florida production of flue center in the state only 4,869,000 I for since last season more farmers recover sufficiently t7, ,. 1111
Always use the prone-pressure Breaking entering sales in Florida during July fell 1"1'' '
method 01 resuscitation (as usedin bery outrank other crimes charged cured or bright leaf tobacco was pounds of Florida's estimated 14- under the have plalnted vines and the pioneer good old BI'a
(drowning cases) in all cases ofeleetrie against them. I estimated at 14,800,000 pounds, it 112,000 pound production was sold about month 700,000 of gallons 1937, ComptrollerJ. II growers are enlarging their Kail and spend tinS \\ ,?",, ''lil
same ""
smoke la believed that between two and within the state, un estimated crops. old Hampton, the t.ui '
shock, gas shock, The state prison bureau showedthe M. Lee has reported. The state my
thock and all other suffocations. figures In a six-months report one half and three and one half 9,000.000 pounds or more going to tdx for last month was $1,658- "first love" and my i n I", ,'I, ,'Ii..
million were shipped to Georgia for sale the bureau re WORTH BRAGGING ON We have un
pounds
Baking soda paste Is a good compiled for Nathan Mayo, commissioner I 846. In July of last year, it was apai (,'iI? ?\' d.. .'
emergency treatment for burns. of agriculture who Is in Georgia markets for sale, bringing ported. Florida's 1937 sales were MELBOURNE.-When you can parsonage with om s"n., ,I ,,
In another three valued at $1,023,411. Prices aver $1,707,486. cotton stalk with 431 his wife.'M
Cool off the victim of sunstroke charge of the prison system.In nearly quar-I' grow a '
possible especiallythe ter million dollars to aged $21.06 per 100 pounds. forms, blooms, and bolls-well, Faithfully( V,..,, s
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ns quickly the age group 15 to 21 years, AUTO TOLL HEAVY
bead, with cold compresses or there were 72 white boys, five of TALLAHASSEE. During the I then you've really got something. W. E D\ I 1"il/l.I."y( | || !

n cool bath. No stimulants.For I them with previous records, and Farmers May Prof. Gray BidsFarewell month of July 41 persona were : W. II. Hayes field man for the -LIVESTOCK+--
Florida state Sea Island cotton M.VKKI-
cord around |I'
snakebite, tie a 57 five with previous re In Florida ranging
negroes killed ,
short distance Apply For Loans To Pupils ages control, says it beats anything he LaBELLE. L.iH, I J... I ,,
the arm or leg a cords. from a seven months old baby "'
ever heard of, and challenges state market pi'oj,"n t \II ,
any- \ I
above the bite. With a razor blade Between 21 and 26 there in
were At City Hall I knocked from. a baby carriage turned
one to show him a better one The approved an"i ,_ ,
the and kind- "
wake a cioss-cut clear throughthe 67 whites, and 80 negroes; 26 to I __ I Through courtesy Tampa, to a seventy year old man President
prolific cotton stalk was by Rooscvi TJ.', .
skin over each fang murk. Apply 36 years, 101 whites and 115: negroes I ness of the Bradford County Tel- who was killed by a truck In Mi"in" grown the '""
Farmers In Bradford County Ash Britton Melbourne and town will hav ,. .
suction with mouth for at leasta ; 36 to 50 years, 64 whites t'lrranh. I- desire to extend to all near < i u .
seeking rehabilitation loans for frm"er.;; graduates of Bradford' was produced on a sixty-acre tracton ana produce mnrkct, t 'I, h .
half hour. Keep patient quiet; and 59 negroes, and over CO years, I : Fit of n.
the of livestock School and to all which cotton was planted in cattlemen anti( ( t ,III], ,
the more he exercises, more 21 whites and 12 negroes. The purchase necessary County High READY TO START Q
quickly the poison reaches his total for white men was 323 and farm equipment, feed and seed pupils who will attend school In FORT LAUDERDALEWilliamL. five foot rows, 2 to 214 feet in this section.

brain by reason of stimulated cir for negroes 323. through the Farm Security Ad- the county this year, best wishes Wilson, market director of the the drill. Planting on 20 acres WANT- .A -Jolt
know in advancethe for success and happiness, and to was completed late in April Now
culation. Always There were seven white women State Marketing Bureau, said SARASOTA ,
ministration, may apply at the that cotton is lapping In the mid new m ',11..: ?
of dedicate to them the
nearest location of a supply and 17 negro women committed in following materials were being assembled pulverizing rattlesnake,'
rehabilitation dIe, standing higher than a man's v.nom 'nut
supervisor'soffice
antivenin. Call doctor. county little
a poems.
the same period. and construction would start be- leaves the potent poison m, beiter,
head. No fertilizer used the
U a dog bites you, wash the Mayo said the number of boys in City Hall at .Starke, on Bo Good Boys and Girls; fore Sept. 1 on a $147,000 state far- was after condition for shipping i In, |lnici
being planted vegeta-
wound with running water; apply under 20 committed indicated the Tuesday and Saturday of each Goodbye mers' market project at Pompano bles crop taken off. and pharmaceutical !labomtnriei(

tincture of iodine, bandage. See need for a separate prison to house week between 8 A. M. and 12 :M., How oft in my dreams I've gone for which WPA funds were allot- were has been perfected by W A Bar-

doctor.To them, where they could be taught back to the time, ted last week. BEGINS rls, assistant at the Sarasota
H. Cox rehabilitation FOOTBALL PRACTICE Rep.
: trades to follow when Ralph county When.. I stood At old wooden ... ,.
from cuts on they complete ----- our-- --- -- --- iilo .form.. _. A ]at ant,. *% in
stop bleeding ---- u UV'U'(-u nj ifjmg .'
stated this week. UNIVERSITY/: : FLORIDA. nfl
the arms, hands or legs apply a I I their sentences. supervisor, gate NAMED AFTER COL. BUTLER As these lines are read University Mitchell proprietor of the "'farm ,"
who have been unable
tourniquet or blindage a hand- "There is a growing tendency" Farmers ,' And started to school in full bat- LAKE BUTLER.-This Central Harris has recently perfected bit
of Florida's 1938 football squad
breadth below the armpit or at the he said "In favor of taking con- to secure adequate credit to place tle array.Wellarmed Florida town takes its name from will be In the first stages of process, which he believe* wilt

groin and twist until the flow of victs off the roads and if that is their farms on satisfactory operat- with a primer and Colonel Robert Butler to whom the tice. Within ten days approximately prac-- mark a decided advance In the
done, there must be for ing basis are eligible for FSA rehabilitation slate..
provision
surrendered East Florida
blood is stopped. Loosen every IS Spanish .1,000 2,000 pth- venom-producing Industry some
minutes and allow to remain loose housing them. I believe there loan to provide a new July 10, 1821. Nearby is a lake will be enrolling freshmen in the Insti- three hundred tattlers .it ''n, tun
should be a separate prison for 1 start in farming. The farm occupied And as the latch fell, I thought Lake Butler ers
after bleeding has stopped. This I of the same name. the last are "milked" of their venom week.
tution. And Saturday
method applies to artery bleeding the younger men and the first or to be rented, must be myself free was for many years the county of the month of September, ly by Harris and uncivil i 'a me
fenders." Of-// large enough to support the famIly And gloried I fear on the sly, seat of Bradford and when night
when blood comes In spurts. of County, night football :makes its bow In deadly discharge being lai." i 'HID-)
which Mayo established a "first and appear capable providIng Till I heard a kind voice as It Union County was created from a ped to northern mark tt.crystalizatlon .
For vein bleeding, comesin -of for Gatorland and folks from all
ders" prison at the state margin profit necessary whispered to mo
camp part of Bradford in 1921 It be- and ,
flow clean pirn.\ m
apply a into Gainesvillefor
a steady around will
move
of loans based on "
hospital about two years ago. He repayment "Be a good boy Good-bye. came the Union County seat. .
over the wound bandage the entertainment.On .
compress sound and practical farm and evening's
said Its operation "has been suc-
snugly and apply direct- of by-way in TALK ABOUT HU1) I.I i hMIAMI. '
pressure carried out" home plans. That has steadied feet I any highway
cessfully on manya
my ANOTHER NEW ARMORY:
Mrs A I r ,
Elevate the \ OD
ly over the dieasing. Florida these days, folks are talk-
wounded parts.Extinguish Florida. law requires the state Rehabilitation group loans may brink TAMPA.-Robert J. Dill State football And will be here 19-year-old brlJc ot i ,.
road department to work all able- be made to groups of farmers ort Unseen by a blinded eye. WPA Administrator, has ordered ing they ported her husband, UK

fires In clothing by bodied convicts on the public () communities where the equip- I For just in time I would pause start of operations on the $270- the night of September 24 because climax of a series ni' n

throwing a blanket, rug, or coat roads. About 1,500 men, white ment or service to be purchased and think: 730 WPA project for the construction they want to see Josh Cody's out- Allison 31-year-old i> Ill!

around the victim. and negro, are quartered In road can be paid for through service "Be a good boy, Good-bye." of a modern concrete armory fit in Its first game... Inspector, was ti ,u, '

No scratch is too small to cause department prison camps scattered fees in connection with use of here to replace the old wooden WANT DOCTOR-GOVERNOR-- -- from Cushing, Te\i i, ,t

tetanus. A 3'3 percent solution of about the state. The road department same. Loans may be made for Now friends of mine in the bat- arena at Benjamin Field. The MIAMI.-A campaign to placea ago. Enroute he and! ,
iodine, mercurochrome or alcohol uses Its own funds to various such as for I tle of life,
purposes, project, one of 22 newly authorized physician, .a dentist or a drug- In an accident which I !>k \v
may be used Children should be feed, guard und maintain these tractors, grist mills, ginning equipment Just starting or nearing its close projects in 15 counties, will em- gist In the next gubernatorial race car and they continUo oj i > ;1'If''
fully Instructed to report any Injury prisoners. harvesting equipment, This motto aloft In the midst of .
pure ploy 328 workers for a period of to have reached statewide' ney by bus. Last Ft ., for prompt cleaning and bred jacks, blooded stock, and other the fight eight months. proportions appears following endorsementof had his pocket pick, II l ,01 vni( treatment. CITRUS DESTROYEDTALLAHASEE.Commissioner items that cannot be locally secured Will win wherever It goes. and valuable ,in lowntnwn
the move by the executive committee papers
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--. and that may be needed. I TO MEET IN LEESUCJUQ of the State Pharmaceutical Miami. The next 'iu'i',. went '<<
ONLY SLIGHT CHANGES of Agriculture Nathan Mayo has I Equipment or service that cannotbe Mistakes you will make for each LEESBURG. Dr. Francis E. I Association. Among physicians West Palm Beach ""n business

IV AAA FARM PROGRAM I reported that his citrus inspection justified for Individual purchasebut one of us errs, Townsend had been invited to possible candidateswere met two strangers at tin out\ terminal

ANNOUNCED FOR 1039 forces destroyed 41,113 boxes of that may be needed in the But friends, just honestly try speak here September 11 at a I. suggested Dr. M.as A. Baltzell, of MartI who offered to drive him

I fruit because of immaturity or community can be financed by To accomplish your best, and what- statewide meeting of supportersof I president of the Florida home for half-the bus fare had a

GAINESVILLE.-Proposals fora other failure to( meet requirements means of Community and Cooper- ever occurs- the Townsend old age pension I, State anna Board of Health; Dr. E. G. soft drink with them and woke

1939 farm program similar in during the past shipping ative loans provided by the FSA Good luck, "Be. good boys and plan. Plans will be discussed, he Peek of Ocala, Dr. C. E. TUmlin, up Sunday in a hospital then. minus
most respects to that of 1938 were season. rehabilitation girls, good-bye I
program.No added, for a better organization of Miami, Dr. W. :M. Rowlett, of $200. Police who picked him
announced recently by the Agri- farm purchase loans can be ."to work in harmony with national and Dr. George Dame, up unconscious on the highway
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cultural Adjustment Administration Give all the signs possible when It Isn't Your School It's You! Tampa
made to Bradford County residents headquarters so we can state senator from Inverness. One I said he apparently had been drugged -
in Washington contingent making turns or stops-you know this year as due to limitation II you want to go to the kind of maintain a solid front in the com dentist, Dr. C. Henslee, of Miami, 1 beaten on the head and

upon the appropriation of funds you expect them from the fellow of funds only a few Bounties a school ing election." was named as were four drug- thrown from a moving ,lutorao-

authorized for the purpose by Con- ahead. have been designated and this That's the kind of a school you gists, Victor Wray of Haines City, bile Yesterday he went to' a bank

gress. 1 county has not as yet been qualified like, CITRUS FRUIT George Moore, of Clearwater, Fred here to obtain more funds Mrs
M. G. Clayton administrative are expected to total from 3:6: to for initiation of the tenant You needn't slip your clothes in LAKELAND. With fruit already L. Touchton, former state senator Allison said he never returned and

officer in charge of the program in 4 cents per pound on the farm's purchase program. a grip moving out of Florida bound from Dade City, and H. B. Douglas she feared he had suffered! ,im-

Florida, has been informed that I normal yield per acre of cotton And go on a long, long hike. for northern markets Polk County of Bonifay. nesla.
the national allotment for cotton for each acre In the cotton allot- 373RD ANNIVERSARYST. You'll only l find what you left be- growers are looking forward to

f! probably will be the same as It ment. This i is a slightly lower rate AUGUSTINE.-The cathe- nina, one of their most successful seas- 1

, was this year or 27,500,000 acres. of pay than the one In effect this dral parish of St. Augustine is ,observing For there's nothing that's really ons. While the crop will not be a

State and county allotments will year. It is expected that soil con- a 10-day commemorationof new- record-breaker in quantity, weather -

be approximately the same, but servation and price-adjustment the 373rd anniversary of the t's a knock at youaelf when you conditions during the summer

farm acreage allotments may vary payments each will range between founding of this city. knock your school will tend to make a better gradeof

slightly, depending upon changesin 1.8 and 2 cents per pound. Climaxing the celebration Sept. It isn't your school, it's you I grapefruit, oranges and .tan- -k

tilled acreages on farms growing Acreage allotments for tobacco 8, the date of the founding the gerines. Despite the drought'during -

cotton In 1938 as compared have not yet been determined, Most Rev. Patrick, Barry, bishop Real schools are not made by the early summer veteran Asmall amount each

with 1937. pending completion of this year's of St. Augustine, will celebrate pupils afraid growers point out that if the

It Is expected that all acreage harvest In the Eastern states, but mass at the shrine of Nuestra Lest somebody else gets ahead. groves withstood the dry spell week invested in

allotments will be determined and it Is believed that payments to Senora de la Lechey Buen Parto.It But if everyone works and no- they are In better condition than if
tabocco farmers will body shirks rains had been more frequent. Lit- Retirement Plan
announced before producers votein participating was at the site of the shrine
the marketing quota referendums -' be approximately the same as in that Pedro Menendez landed and You can dead raise! a school from the tle damage, however, resulted will enable you to

for cotton and tobacco late 1938. Vegetable, orchard, pastureand it was there that the first mass from the dry weather.
. And if while you make your creditsat "
this fall Clayton says. range land payments also are was celebrated in this country. stake obtain a regular income /
Total payments on cotton farmsMALARIA expected to approximate those USE COTTON BAGS ,
i now In effect. Help your classmates to make TALLAHASSEE.-Cotton bag- per week at i )
TilE COMMUNITY: : PAPER
The AAA took under advisement theirs too, ging for Florida Sea Island cottonis
t cures. proposals that special allotments Turning from the city to the And your school will be what you to be tried by the Agricultural the age of 60 or 65, I )
small town press exchanges that want it to be- /
P 1' 1' Administration in Its
established in 1938 for peanuts be Adjustment '
to the editor's desk is like See local t
come It Isn't your school, It'a YOUI our agent
i this to develop new /
la 7 Uaya unit relieve. discontinued and that special pro- stepping from the slums, full of L. A. GRAY. program year
for short staple. Manilla
uses
visions be included for commercial write
or
. COLDSLlqnl7l"'T vice. Into an old-fashioned garden has been used for -rI
bagging
vegetable crops. It also providedthat I hamp -r'5.
11.1.., of flowers. The of the big
blF<... first dar: I land used for home gardens pages WILL SIMPLIFY most cotton in the past, but the ,, ... p ,*1 .,. .-
full of murder
L N...* Drop. Headache, SO minutesTrr may be excluded In calculating dailies are so Marketing: Division of the AAA
.. immorality and selfishness LICENSE TAGS
IJ "'ltub.M7-Tiuui'--World'a: IleLiniment thievery furnish cotton
soil-depleting crops for the farm. is going to baggingfor
h that the better news Is obscured -:
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the entire Sea Island crop in
by these glaring shatter- TALLAHASSEE.-Florida's automobile Florida this year to determine If

ings of the Decalogue. One puts license tag numbers will it Is satisfactory for this purpose

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull the paper aside with the feeling; be simplified In 1933 to meet some and if this use affords another out- ,

I line of Ciwkotn &: Undertakers Supplies of depression and heartache that, objections raised by J. Edgar let for upland cotton. C
AMBULANCE SERVICE the world is so full of terrible and Hoover, chief G-man, after the

DAY AND NIGHT unhappy things. Cash kidnaping investigation.

1S3 PIIONE S3 Then picking up the papers that Commissioner D. W. Finley said r .
O. II. BENNETT, Mlfr. record the happenings of the lit :
today he had decided to retain I
r "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"FUNERAL tle towns around us, one gains renewed the number of each tag designating FORGET THE HEAT. ; r .

faith in life. Here are set the county In which It la sold.

forth only that which uplifts a However, this figure, running q .
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DIRECTOR II business men, the church items from the tag number by the letter -

Possible Render the happy social gatherings of the which indicates the type car on
Sly Many Years Experience Shaken It for Me to
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I people, the marriages, births and which the plate is to be used.

MODERATE PRICES deaths, farmers' Items, and all Thus a $15 passenger car tag in
the thousand and one dally occur- read 13D1000
Leon County will ,
DeWITT C. JONES rences that make up the simple where this year it reads 3-1-000..

Stuke Florida annals of the great common people Hoover objected particularly to
Day: ph. a Niht ... isj who are rt.'ally-the foundation the dashes separating numbers.On L4c1L

'I of this country of ours. $10 pasenger car tags thereis :

Scandals are seldom published no letter designation, so such a

" in the country newspapers, but if plate will read 13-1000.

] it so happens that decency demands .
For Expert Repairing It, the uglier details are TIMES CHANGE

omitted or given a kindly touch It's funny how quickly things

that Is widely different from the change. We heard the other day

unfeeling publicity of the city of a negro loafer who said, "A

Smith's I press. The offenders may be our few years ago Ah was called justa
GarageDAY neighbors, or people we have lazy bum an' now dey say I'se a When days are laot.... frosty bottle of Coca-Cola I Is '. ,.,.".

rubbed elbows with all our lives. unfortunate victim of the unemployment cold ice-cold...and so refreshing Look for the .1
." Winter familiar red cooler with the words"Drink Coca-Cola": I I
They are real human beings to situation' j .
PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31 It. Pans there and be retrained. ,
their town paper while to the Haven Herald. on I. .
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great city dailies they are merely .

Wrecker Service Day or Night -rains of a sort that are groundout Air mall service betwen New Coca Cola Bottling Co.I D.Uclou& and R.fr.$5tII'. .
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in their mills.Christian York California established -
hourly news and was -
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Science Monitor. in 1929. : &::.":.": .. ,:;':!?:t'"k'' :::
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Pu, progress of the radio Industry One school boy expressed It this all prescriptions, from the largestto "I have noticed that In orderLO Of interest to farm boys and Why bother-with---lunches for the .I ',1 jj' 't>. ,
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,, 'm building small but effl- way recently: "It's funny that the smallest, are given the very get anywhere we all have to gliN! are those wonderful Aladdin school children in your family : >rt'I'I''

s cp ets.. solves a problem for some of the best tasting things, careful attention that Is so vitally pull together, whether it's club lamps that give Just as good! light when the kc: Korner Is HO conveniently ..1 i1.:., ( r
[ of school children" S. M. necessary work, church work, or business," as electric bulbs and make studyIng located and
parents serves such :
and some of the worst tasting ) r {
a I Denmark manager of the Bald Of course It might be that your says J. B Carlisle of the Bradford at home at night a pleasure excellent lunches for so little. t
I Furniture Store here things in the world come fromCal'penter's I child Hardware Co., the leading rather than These l
mark is in perfect health. All we a painful duty. For instance your boy or girl 41;,I :! gF f
I thin week In discussing the open- drug store. ; can do in that case Is to invite business of its kind in this section. excellent lamps, in beautiful designs can have a nice, hot plate lunch ," .' M:.f.

f in* tf, school next Monday: "Eco- We consider that a complimenteven him to drop in after school for a Best Wishes B.H.S. "And if this Is true of other can be had for as little as with us consisting of choice of ;,t i' .I
f nomical as they are, they now putt though the little fellows are refreshing drink or a healthful things!!!, it Is even more true of our $4 !1)5. Every boy or girl who liveson meat with two vegetables' rolls ': ;, ,
within the reach of every family, too young perhaps to realize thatit dish of ice cream. But in any school." a farm should bring his or her ''or bread with drink for as little 'f'' :\j

r the possibility of providing the ( is "the worst tasting things" event, we want to be of any ser- For the New Term! "It's expecting a mighty lot of parents into the Bradford Hardware as S3 cents, Sandwiches that you i i!' ',li
I school child with hli own radio (medicine) that keep them in good vice that we possibly can, whetherIn a teacher to turn our children over Co., and show them these prepare at home are lots of trouble ,
I while the large family set may be health and condition to enjoy the time of sickness or in time of to them, lock, stock, and barrel, marvelous Aladdin lamps. All par- and they do not provide the child 11.'

used by Mother and Dad to listento best tasting things (Ice cream and! health and ask them to make men and ents should fuinlnh their children! with the good, wholesome, warm E I..,

the programs they enjoy." the other products of our modern The matter of a physical exam- We are always proud to see our women out of them. It's a big Job with good lighting facilities If food that is so necessary If he 18 ,. ,
I Radio for children has a double soda fountain). ination is so very Important, how- fine school launched Into a new under any circumstances, and they expect them to make good to keep up his vigor! during the 1 u

significance. It Is credited with If you are at all In doubt as to ever, that we mention it again. yeara year that will mean an- without the cooperation of parents grades in school school term Then too, you really N''
childish interest other mile post on the great roadto with teachers It can't be done who Interested In 4-H
t having enhanced whether or not your child is physi- Very often there are little thingsthe Just Boys are alive very little when we serve '"
Then manhood and womanhood for That's all there is to It." work will find in the Bradford "
I In good music. too, some cally fit to begin a new school matter with a child that can- meals so inexpensively '
a programs, like historic broadcasts term of eight long months, we ad- not be discovered except under a our boys and girls. Another yearof Of course, Mr. Carlisle wants II Hardware Co.'s, line the fine tools Your doctor will tell you that it ; t tis
" and schools of the air, are actually vise you to take him at once to doctors expert eye Do not lose learning; another year of experience the school boys and gills to learn I and farm Implements that are so very foolish to take great pains w
1 assigned as class work by many the doctor for a thorough physical patience with your child becausehe ; and another year of the all about rradin', wrltln' and 'rlth- necessary to success In this work. to sea that your child is dressed i
teuchers examination. If the doctor Is making low grades in school. carefree comradeship that is the metlc, but he also wants them to Get the habit of buying your implements I properly and otherwise outfitted ,

The school child's room should finds that your child need a tonicto It might not be his fault. He can- priceless possession of youth. learn, as their mothers and fathers In Staike where they' can ] for school And then send him away ; x t ,

bt equipped with a little set of build up his constitution or any not do his best work unless he Is Of course, we are also glad froma have, that the Bradford bo bought I just as cheap as If you I from home with only a sandwich' j .c i
j hi* very own and Mr. Denmark reminds -| other medicine or helpful drug, In the best of physical condition. purely selfish standpoint, for the Hardware Co., carries the moat went to the trouble of ordering and an apple for lunch. Warm food "
I parents that excellent little then come to Carpenter's whereWith -Adv. opening of school means new life complete and most reliable line of them. We meet all mull order Is Just as Important as warm cloth. I
radios can be bought for as littleas I to the business of our communityafter hardware of any similar business \ prices on all quality merchandise! I Ing to the welfare of your boy or f
S13,95 Imagine the delight of the dull summer months in I this areaYour -Adv. girl. t

I youi 'hlld, if you presented him I Put Your Best Foot Forward when most mothers and their children ---- -- ---- -- Let them make the Kozy Kor ,

I wltll me of these wonderful little are away vacationing, or stayat ner their headquarters, It Is u ) I
insti" uments at the beginning of I home and do, not come down Child Needs the Assurance convenient place for them to spent j "4;l
SChool Also Imagine the cultural town because it Is "too hot to the lunch hour, and you will have i' ( I

advantages that will come to him And Keep It There shop" the satisfaction of knowing that W"tt ,

as the result of the fine programs So naturally we are looking forward Gained From Proper Clothing they are going to their at IK!lea y, v)' ,)! 0 I
that ome In over the air during -- to next week when B. H. S. I fortified with the proper nourisht'I':'} i!'

every hour of the day! -Adv. the opening of the 1938- with our modern facilities for ser- again throws open its doors and __ I ment. }f.'I 1 1Adv \ : 'I ;! I
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.-- vice. We feature such nationally Junior must put on shoes for the .
,39 School Year we are sure that 1,1 1 1f
Every boy and girl will do bet- ular prices have been forgotten
known lines as Cinderella Frocksfor first time in four months, and his ,
the faculty as well as the student I ter work, make higher marks in and an effort Is being made this f i \
children and misses, Larkwood little sister must have a new dress
school, when correctly attired In week-end to assist mothers In "
body of our school are eager to and getting I)J' "
Hosiery Vanity Fair underwear a permanent wave '
I clothes that give there confidenceand their children ready for schoolat '..I I'f ,
and all
"get down to business" Maiden Form Brassieres, Hope We also take this opportunity to 'f
poise. The back-to-school the least possible expense.Take t ,
effort to establish Reed and other Original Models welcome E L. ;( :
work together in an our new principal, 1
clothes now being shown by Alex- shoes, for Instance Everyone -
a new record for achieve- from New York's finest readytowear Williams, and to wish him a full '
ander & Co. ADD to their popu- knows that a good pair of : l
endeavor. Our houses and real quality ac- of In his first ""
ment In all lines of measure success I
school
larity and SUBTRACT very little shoes will usually cost r ;.
and cesHorles. Our Gift Departmentoffers term leader of the Starke "
I IW. school has made progress as : ,
from Mother's purse around $2 CO, but as a very special "
and a wide and constantly school. With fine i<
In a new building
the years past
kept apace
I The really thoughtful mother school-opening extra, Alexander'sla
I that expect changing selection of gifts in all for the elementary grades, we "I :;;
we can
are sure
we will allow her children to assist In this week-end offering good, '
P. Smith Wishes\ even greater things in the future. price ranges. In our modern Floral are glad to know that the conges- the selection of their own clothes, sturdy, long-lasting, proper-fitting ; I
Department we are equippedto tion that has our Real I Ice Is !, I'
We, of the Clar-Jean Shoppe, cramped boys for after all, whether they are lit- school shoes at the extremely low ': ; 1
make the latest designsfor and for several will be
with the girls
are looking forward same up very years tle tots or of high school age, they price of 198. 1 /
purpose of achievement in mind. any occasion; a complete ser- relieved. who have to What for shoes for all \
are the ones wear goes goes
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Success For SchoolW Not having a record of past performance vice that Is seldom found outsideof Taking everything Into consideration them, and they are Intensely sensitive other childrenclothes, also. There Best For HealthA 'Jj '
behind us-for we have large cities and you will find we believe that one of the I to anything wrong about their are practical boys' pants! for only i :
that for this serviceare most sucessful In Its history
been In business only four short our prices years
clothing. 85c; shirts for 49c; underwear for -- ,;. .,J'
P, Smith, owner of the months--we are pledging the people most reasonable. lies before our Bradford County Mothers with their children are 25c; socks lOc and 15c; belts lOc Now, more than ever before, It ,fi, : ;1
Starke Stave Mill and member of of this community a larger So can you blame us If we take High School. May none of us be '
always welcome at Alexander & and 25c; boys' overalls SOc. For In Important that keep your ?'Z"! .
you
the Bradford Board of featuring a larger I a pardonable pride In our shopin disappointed In this prediction, I II ,
County and better store Co s. They are given the patient the girls there are attractive new children's food and whole "
Public Instruction, this week expressed line of merchandise at the clothes and gifts we sell, and our heartfelt wish. pure i\; '" ::1' ,
and better attention and careful considerationthat dress in washable prints for some They need good health and "! ,;. ,
S
his best wishes for a suc- prices that are much less than In the floral designs we turn out? -- I. Is so necessary if goodlooking only BOc and 98c.Alexander's vigorous bodies to hold up under I jl'''" 1
cessful at B. H. S, and urged charged elsewhere for the We feel that a reasonable amountof clothesare has made r'' ,
year are as well as well-fitting a special the strain of the long eight-
Milk EssentialTo )I '
teachers, students, and all other same Items. pride Is Justified and Invite you desired.As effort to stock the items needed month's school term. ?' F : ,t.
school officials and boards to cooperate We Invite the people of this to give your opinion" after a "tour a special help to mothers for school and mothers will makea Every effort should! be made to !rt ,' :

In the building up of an community to come In and inspectour of Inspection with large families to outfit for big mistake If they do not look see that food held over from one poi' 't I
-Adv. iI
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even greater educational machine store and acquaint themselves Good Health I next week, Alexander tc Co., of- there before buying. meal to another Is kept fresh and '
'f
here fers some splendid bargains. Reg- --Adv.I appetizing. This cannot be done .t. ', .:,y,
"The School Board Is proud of I with artificial Ice well It r ."
-- as as can t ;
the new building that is now readyfor Pepsi Cola Has Universal AppealFor M-I-L-K! with good!, clean, chemically-pure'' i) 'fA

\ part of the elementary gradesand What a wealth of health and en- College Education For Your Child; REAL ICE from the Starke Ice 'f'' '
will relieve the congestion in ergy is packed In that little four- Company ; 'r
the old building" Mr. Smith said. Men \Women and Childrenat lettered word!!' And what great Importance It Is Just as Important to keep :J.$'.i I i''

"We hope that arrangements can It assumes at this season Wouldn't That Be \Wonderful? a supply of Ice In the winter as it "ijft\ t, "
loon be made for constructing the of the year when we stand on the Is in the summer. Milk Is a won- .;r, ""

other two units of this building, -start the wonderful reception given eve of another school term. derful food, but you should not IJ''} ', ,,i.
children
which will give us one of the fin- "Why Is It that Cola the public since he Parents who do not take a regular run the rink of giving your child I 't
est plants In the state. for Pepsi Cola Just as Pepsi by "Go to the opening exercises of I who In forced to quit school amigo "
begging started distributing it here over supply of milk are doing a I milk that has not been kept properly 'J"rl; ;
"In pledging wholehearted enough to to their schoolchildren our fine school next Monday Lookat to work Is placed under a han- Ice
my on .
soon as they are big two years ago. "Our sales are growing great Injustice i \ J
lupport to the school this year I I the name?" the Tele- every day," he said. "I knowwe Roy Mathews, proprietorof those happy youngsters! bright dicap that he can never overcome Ice I hI not a luxury it In a necessity I .I' ;
note that there has been some talk pronounce have wonderful product Mathews' Dairy, said this week and! eager for the knowledge" that I no matter how hard-working or Under our low rate 10O VI' r"Gpounds "
about once again entering B. H. S. graph's reporter asked Mr, Dave because must It enjoys a such wonderful "They are expecting their childrento will be Imparted to them within deserving he might be costs you only 50; cent delivered I'!\ / t :'ST 1

In the football picture in this state Silcox, local distributor of this popularity" do their best work but are fall the next eight month It Is a I "Let me urge every conscientious or 40 cents at plant You D I m?: 1' ,1 aif.

I am an ardent booster of all popular drink. -Adv. ing to furnish them with the per- picture that will inspire you, make parent to come In and disease can easily save this much by pre'i I *
ports and there is nothing I en- "It must be because of the universal fect food that is so necessary to you feel that life la really worth these matters with UK," Mr. serving food that would otherwise : ::

Joy more than seeing youngsters appeal of our drink," Mr. their growth and good health living, and send you back to your Wilson/ said. "Even the luckiest spoil and have to be thrown away. '1. ,
engaging in a good, clean game of and I Mr Mathews cordially invites dally grind of work with a new /tumbler In the world cannot afford Keep a good supply of ice all n 1, ;
"Men, women
football, or any other athletics," Silcox replied. 3 Friends Shopwill all parents to Inspect his modern Idea of the rising generation and to take chances on the futureof this winter and see how much you 'f '
Mr Smith said. children everywhere tell us that electrical dairy plant and see the its hopes and alms." Joe. E. Wil- his own child" save on your food l bill as well as j": ,

'I sincerely hope that these nothing can take the place ofPt'psl great care that In taken to supply son of the H. C. Wall Insurance Adv protecting the health of your chile L
Plans I sure with rich milk Agency was discussing the open- .. -- dren. Ice Is of best : t
materialize, and am Cola. They say it Is more Be Busy"Johnny Starke homes pure one your r..:
the other School Board memberswill than water, and from, the most sanitary surround- ing of school in Starke next week, friends It Is one of your most ,1 r i'' I
thirst quenching
loin me In wishing the most ings. "But unfortunately! the picture faithful servants Surely you cannot y to I ,
Successful term In history for B. more refreshing than a cool dip in "Milk Is not a luxury, but a necessity hat another aide," Mr. Wilson con- School Lunches afford, to be without it when ;, :"I,
H s -Adv. Kingsley Lake. get your hair cut-hair ," Mr. Mathews said "Our I tinued. "Let us look a little farther I It costs so little compared to the i

-.--. "If you want to see how the cut-hair cut-." price Is the standard price, Inc: per i Into the future and see. how amount of good It does --Adv. ''k t "

young folks enjoy Pepsi Cola Just This old familiar ditty will be quart, and Is cheap when you stopto i many of these youngsters will be I At Maude's Place --.-. ---.- I I"',h' 1 d Az
Wholesome Food wait until school opens next week between now and consider all the wonderful results able to enjoy the advantages of a
I out there some day"at the theme song that milk brings about In college education when they I i
and then slip
for hundreds of boys who Your Little Girl
Monday ,,1
recess and see how many of them your children. Let us start leaving complete their high school days.If Mrs MaudeMott, who recently J'' '
order it In preference to other have been going around all summer a quart at your home every we may reckon the future from 'purchased At A&P Store drinks"Mr.;- : Sllcox continued. "Be- I I without worrying much about day with the beginning of school" the experience of the past, we known as "Kitty's Place" and la '

sides being the most delicious in I scissors and clippers. And by the way, did you know know that few -- pitifully few.-- making such a fine success of it, Deserves the Best ; t

flavor, It is the largest In size and I For this reason The Three that Mathews' Dairy makes deli- will be able to do so. announces that she will cater t ;

The' great A&P organization children appreciate the extra j'Friends Barber Shop expects to cious home-made ice cream on special "How wonderful It would, be If especially to school children' sand :

stands behind everything sold In amount they get for their money be a very busy place between now order for your parties and entertainments every mother or father had the wiches during the term of school I Who can blame her for want- : it 1 -

our store," N N. Prevatt, manager when they buy Pepsi Cola. I and the opening day of school. of all kinds? Thin foieslght to take out a small policy which begins Monday Ing her hair waved, when she seen 'i"0"/ ," ,

said this week. "For this "It Is remarkable how much bet- It's all right for a young fellow to smooth, rich cream Is the talk of with us at the time of their Mrs, Mott enjoys a wide reputation the becoming tresses of all heQ I; y i '
reason Mothers have learned that lunches taste when forget about his looks while camp- the town. Give It a trial the next chlldrena' birth which, by the time for the high class of food, other little friends? I, ': 'C!'"
they can depend on the absolute ter those school Ing out for the summer, but when time you entertain. they were grown, would be sufficient sandwiches, short orders, etc, that What better time is there to ,f, '
Purity and wholesomeness of the accompanied by a bottle of Ice-cold school bells begin to ring, he -Adv. to provide for Jielr higher she serves, and states that she will bring your little girl to Leil...'.. j" !
food purchased counter Mr Silcox stated. about how he will --- .A-------_ education," Mr Wilson/ said. "The ,
over our Pepsi Cola, starts! thinking give especial attention to seeing Beauty Salon than right now, on I
They have come to depend upon "Mothers need not worry about look to the girls he hasn't been COUNTY PAPER Increased earning power of u boyor that hungry boys and girls get the the eve of a new term of school f j 1
I ;
Us for lln....._ .. a girl with a college education
t .
the bet for the four
mucn past nourishment The
n every if they will a11owtheir seeing 01 proper In what they opening of school will be a: / '
canned goods, fresh vegetables, finicky appetites for months.W. SHOULD BE READEvery would more than pay for such a eat great day In her life, and It will Abe

frUIIII, breads, etc., and we are children five cents a day B. Mundy, proprietor of the policy within a few year after For only 8 cents, an a special In- greater still If you let her have rM ; I

Very proud of the fact a bottle of this refreshing drink Three Friends Shop, invite all student at B. H S. shouldbe they graduated and started to ducement, school children will be a new wave a. a very special 't' t f ;
'T am always happy to see to go along with those good home I school-age youngsters to make his Interested to see that his or her work. served Maude's Special Hamburg treat gM I'' I

School open," Mr. Prevatt contin- made sandwiches. There Is no shop their headquarters during parents are regular subscribers tot I "But even worse off than those ers and hot dogs. This special for We give Just aa careful attention :t r.: 'I

Ited "and am also happy of the need to ask the children If they I I the new school term. He promises the Bradford County Telegraph. It who cannot go to college are the school children at noon hour only to the little folks as we give '
Prominent part the A&P Store would like to haVe this Pepsi Cola to give them extra special atten- la the official county newspaper children forced to quit high school i Mrs. Mott will prepare sandwiches to their mothers. You can leave 'i'" i I

Hays !In keeping our fine young- allowance, for they are all crazy I I tion and turn them out !In a man and, as such, no other publication, because of the death of a father I that are a meal In themselves your child In our hand. with the a "" If''

Iters in good health and fine about this best of all bottled ner that will make them most appealing either state or national can take who failed to carry enough insurance I Make Maude's Place your head- assurance that we will do every 1 ; ', j
P'rlis' so that they can do their drinks." I to "those who matter." Its place interest and Importance to provide for his family aft- quarters during the lunch hour thing possible tQ make her look ,,I
beet work In the classroom" than pleased -Adv. to the citizens of Bradford. er his leaving. The boy or girl Adv her best. -Adv. :;
Is more
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.' I''. FRIDAY
STARKE FLORIDA !ShPTInFft!:
PAGE EIGHT _ __BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. n. ____. ._ '., h_ -- -- h___ '--, --- -. 4, 19 R'
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h' .. S gist, 1938.WLrFlt'tAL. peiHtl'in, pinlnnrr,,i. ,

TO HOLD r 1 1I ( A. J.SEAL THOMAS) whip"y and doing U. hiiKilf,/,," '"01", 1 1

Bradford County Telegraph From ---I; TYPHOID CLINICS JLOCAJL Clerk of Circuit Court of Mandlvy Uiuth' i ,",,", ", 'I
It I } Hradfoid County, Florida.; Key. defondanii,,I ", ,
9-2-St-9-l tho Ot h. daMf, \i", \ ,
Established 1877 Or I. E. Simmons, district health I 4APPEN11VGa of raoord ,in i 1 ih.I, i I"',' '"I
.11 I hi Hrudfmil, ,i ,
: Board of ""
I officer of the State !S,0'1'11'1 OP \rl'r.I( "I'U\I have levied ,
... DEATH OX ROAD 13 "I"'" '
1
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I KOIt TIX I>KKIIHrnnte ; ; I
visited the !.
Health, Jacksonville, day the :.lid .1.| .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class' Lawtey school Wednesday, and I left Thurs ( IS 1IKKIOBV:Hill '%,..OIVHN HiiN'OTIfK : > That HUH, sell Ih,,' .1V I,,.|II"|,',,,," I 1
Miss Marjorie Stump liind lying ,, 1'
Matter at the Post!' Office at Starke, Florida One of the major projects to I will be there again on Wednesday, day for Bunnell where she has accepted I,. .II (Starting. holder, of Tax CertlfIratpH ford County aii'Ki.n' i, 1,1,",,," '1
the Gainesville Chamber of Cora- Numbered renpectlvely, 1/3/ ''I
legal "
__ __ __ the September 7 Wednesday, September a position In the high schoolas of 837 iHRUed. AuailHl' 7. 1933.: 1633of : South hmiiN door ir of 4 ,,i I. ,,. 'b,
__ ._ u .u. merce is to foster re-paving Ih.i i b.
n 14, for the of conducting 839 iHKtieil August 7, 1933, 4of I
purpose I of school music. Htni-kw. UradfuKi, , '
E. L. l\Iatthewsn __ ___________Editor and Owner of two sections of State Highway! I a typhoid and school teacher public to H4I IxMllcd. August 7, 1931. 852 !.- the highest and i I"I t I I' ''I""h,
accompanied .
I
Miss Stump was iu"d AiiKiixt 7, I 1033 has filed KamaIn I
No. which have In recent to-wlt: ,
.. 13. yean a one-fitih 'm,, ", ''I
--
-- clinic. Mr. and my office and haa made application I. 1 ,
her eat In ,
Bunnell by parents and in i'h.| '
created not hazard I I | ,
only a lafety for tax deed ta be issued '' 10 '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE that all South hnlf of N.i. ,, ,,1 h., ,
but also an economic problem. Dr. Simmons requests Mrs. F. F. Stump. thereon.. Said certificate. rt.cp<-ctlvely Non h""HI IIUHI,"i t..,i ,",, ,:: "

Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance highway persons interested be in attend- niTlliod& embrace the In the following de-ofitradtoi'd quarter of Nt'rti,1:' 1 '",' ", ",", ''I,,',1
; The two sireujaeu or tne ance on these dates. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. D. "I'ul''I'Un, MIsts of Florida County, to-wlt tlon TwentyfiMqilurter ::: ',. .1" ;,,

Advertising Rates on ApplicationA about which the directors of He will be at the Starke schoolon L. Sllcox, Mrs. Ralph Cox Mrs. 1/2/ of Certificate No. 837, embraces.: Thli't5-i of :NmlliH.Kuctlon ,'t t .n.,, '", '", "I, .,. ,
the chamber of commerce are and Mis. B. M. Fus- Lots 21), :3118.( liunU.80 43. 44, 64 III Five Month HUNK'n. 'h
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday James Lewis, Woodliiwn Township 5 'I i 1 1PUt'po8e
most concerned run from the of sat!> THOUGHT FOR SEPTEMBER September 12, 13, 14 for the sell attended a linen shower given' South, ItaiiKe 22 Rant., tlon.
Bradford County line through 70 Acres, Ie.... S
more or
of Miss Beatrice Cox, ,
of conductingschool and in honor \ V
purpose
School starts Monday Waldo to a point near the Univer- afternoon at 16/83 of Certificate cOlllalnlnll'I Sheriff of Uiiuli,,,,,01|V, \ I.''I
School pre-Hchool clinics. bride elect Tuesday ItraceM Lot 28, 38, 45, 52, I iSt80! ) I ""Id.
of Florida
Forestry
sity I club house at the State Farm. 6t In Woodlawn, Section
the
nurd to oeiieve, isn't: it, that the four months of vacation tract and from Gainesville to a | Dr. Simmons invites everyone ship 5 South Mange 22

have flown by and that once again September is here? point several miles this side of I to come and be immunized for Miss Eva Rigdon returned Sat- taining 80 Acres more or I...... !t,OTH'.1 FOil 0.'I'' \8 i'i'l It \110\
UMn;
and take of Certificate No. 841
smallpox and diphtheria 4/5 em- .
But we say that every year and as we grow older time passes Archer. pro-school examinations. urday after spending the past .bra<,o. lentil 30 And 81 in Wood- NOT1CW NriiRt.IIKlTKH'< IIMl!' %,-.,., ,!"{I!
Already this five persons with Mr. lawn Hectlon 30 Township 6 South.Hanll'e Oeoifre, I"b: *
year week In High Springs Keen holdei ,
and -.- i i I." 'It
more more rapidly. 23 ICiint, containing 20 Acre
have been killed In traffic accidents TOBACCOI and Mrs. Burton Rawls, and today more or lens.Certificate. rate No. 475/ iHHUI-d 'III t, ,,d i .,

oeiuemuei; Always: puts us in mind of a clipping, culled on the part of the highway i I MORE she and her mother, Mrs. J. J. No. N62, embraces Lots my August office, A.and I). lll.ll HIIK:, ,mndi hu. .t".It, ,, .,,:.';,
1 4, 5, 6, 12, 19, 20, 21. 28 29, 30, 39 & IPllJi.allo,
and the county for a tax deed to ,,. .
between Waldo ALLOWEDEight Rigdon, will be the guests of Mr. of Lot In i hI I- ( "
which like 44 Woodluwn. Section
several years ago from an unknown writer, we to WVu Maid cerllflcnli, ,ml" ,
line. Two University of Florida and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and Mr. 81 Towimhlii 6 South, Knnge linvlnir deHrrllml. i t, '1'1.\\'

read and re-read at this time of year. Perhaps you will enjoyit students met death as they enter II I Bradford County tobacco and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, in Jack or 22! KaHl.I..... containing 116 Acres, more County of Iliudfiid. ,ui Vi' '" tk n, '
da to-wlt
too, so here it is: ed the stretch of road from Brad. -growers received duota_ increases sonville. And containing In all 286 Acres, Northeast: Quint, 't. i '.
ford County and collided with a I more or I less, went 1.\, ,, i ",
Quarter Si
| totaling 4,700 pounds aa the re- t 11 .1 .
This is Morn. Its flower is the The assessment of I the Maid property r
September morn- ship 8 ,
south
truck, while less than a month suit of a review committee meeting Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand : und..r0 i of ....Id< Certificate No. containing 40 AM.-iuiu.: ,iT'i" ";

ing-glory, and its birth-stone is the sapphire.The later three truck drivers were victims -| held here last Friday afternoon daughter, Jeanette, of Orlando 837 wan the In the name" of Herman A. i.less. '" >r
lodger; ftuBonninent of the Raid
of a smashup within a half i will arrive Saturday for a visit property, under 18/83 of CertificateNo. The RBHpHBmi-ni. (' ,"I i I ii." -, ,i It",
is two-thirds and the leaves that erty under the Maid ?
year gone, mile from the site of the first Ten growersapplied for an In- with Mrs. McLendon's parents, 839 was In tho name of Unknown sued was In the nun., .,. i nn i 1..1\\I' .'II.
: The assessment of the said "
fall to the ground this autumn will be a part accident. Developing Co '
never fatal crease in their quotas but the committee Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Dr. property under 4/5 of CertificateNo (TnleHH said ,

of the tree again, and the wilted petals of the rose No fatal accidents have occur- decided that in two cases McLendon will return to Orlando :known- 841; the wan. n.NHeMnment In the namo of the of said Un-lprol.rty redeemed according lertiii''.."u. I.,'h.*, ,k

red this the of the but Mrs. McLendon and property dei>" ,' had I iliuun, E
on part the Monday, Will
year quota allowed this was under Certificate No. 862
will pass away upon the gathering winds.It year old to the highest hldiinr..... m. highway needing re-paving be- sufficient. daughter will remain for a longer wan In the name of Unknown. court house door
on 'ihi
firm
,,
is the same with us. We are a little nearer I'nlea said certificates shall be In the II.n
day month
but of
Archer
tween Gainesville and visit here. October' ui
I '
redeemed according to law, the i
Members
of the committee, appointed which !? the 1r(, dB' .,
our eternal home each day. Then why carry chipson in recent years the rough piece of properties deHcrlbnd therein will be t I'b"
by Secretary of !
has taken toll AgruL- and Mrs. G. C. Bates and sold to the highest bidder at the 1938.flated this lat 4,,,\,' .r ,.
pavement a heavy Mr. < "i""I, mb,
them ture Wallace Court-houxe door the firm Monday
our shoulders when time will droop soon were J. M. N. Clark, on 19:111.:
In highway deaths.Carelessness children, Sherman, Virginia Lee In the Month of October, l 11138.whl..h ,
of Live Oak (OFFICIAL SRA I.
L. R. McCalium of )
enough? Why let our hatred of one another giveus I Raymond and Juanita returned IH. the 3rd., day of October A. J THOMAt-
has played a large Mayo, and J. W. Mitchell, of Jas- A. I). 1938. ("I"'k of ,
('Ir
added worries, putting wrinkles on our brows and part In the long list of traffic accidents per. Saturday to their home in West Dated this the tint., day of Au- PraiUord reHUM, ,,u,,i t p "r'
gtmt A I). 1938. R2Gt930
silver in our hair? occurring on the two sections Bradford County's quota for this Palm Beach after a visit here with tOKFICIAt. HKAL) --.-
of Highway No. 13, but manyof Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White and A. J. THOMAS, -
Smile Forget and forgive. After all, your importance them have been avertedIf year was around 240,000 pounds. family. Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of >OTI FlNOTT"It
might 1lI'Iti ford County, Florida. is HHHI.IIHIK; \ i
in the world is about as that of a grain of the road had been properly pav White are sisters. B-Z-Ct-9-30. all credltori of the "*tni,, i y
Howard to Eagle Lake Alderman, deceaned, t in,, |I","" )h.,
sand to the earth, or an echo that resounds throughthe ed. claims. against (tlu I ..ttati. ,, 1)1)
C. M. Howard Mrs. John Brown and son, Mer. "I.nll"I...: (' JuilKe, ,
Back in the Twenties before the former memberof ( unty rlub \\ i I i m
distant hills. the school cer, and daughter Miss Dorothy NOTIfn IS: HKIIKBV IIIVEN that eight monlht., from, fh" -i |..n',' "gin,
high
State of Florida was blanketed faculty here under and by Virtue of that certain of this noti, v. 01, 'lI',' ,\ i
Calm yourself and speak kindly of every one just with a fine system of highways, has accepted a position at Eagle who were enroute from a trip writ of execution Issued by and hnrred. hv ntatiii. .onHnil
under the hand anil, official seal of all llebtnl-, I, ,
Lake. In North to their home in St. Peters ]I' ldf) !
school Mr. How
for a day. Then at evening time, when the goldensun Alachua County constructed two I summer the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt of signed an udnilni-, M ,' \1..
ard received a B.S. degree and burg were guests Tuesday of Mrs. llrudfnrd Coimtv Florida and bearIng tnle
is sinking into the blue of the sea, which bringsus pavements. One ran all the way Mrs. Howard an L.I. He was grad- J. \Sv. While Mrs. Brown is own- ....1.. In-i, hat I daof, July A. \MRS i 11\\\! I ,
to Gainesville north through Wal- !>. l::1:.ll:i, on t that" icitnlu, z Judgment \1"I, "
that most beautiful time of the day, twilight, do to the Bradford County line uated with honors and was initiated -I' er of the Suwannee Hotel in St. of Bank; of Stark' a banking: cor-j 9-2-41-9-23

you can really enjoy yourself and not look back with while the other was the stretch of into Kappa Delta PI, honorary ) Petersburg, and she is a niece of
fraternity. the late J. W. White.
road towards Archer. In time the
regrets for something you have said. You can .
State of Florida took over these I After spending the summer herewith DRINK

watch with contentment a clear moon ride the roads as part of its highway system City Being Cleaned Mrs. C. I. Manassa and Miss

heavens and make the perfumed woods a mellow but except for a concrete The City of Starke has once I Mina Manassa, Major and Mrs. G.

lighted garden. federal aid highway from Gainesville again started cleaning its own i C. Irwin Miss Jean IrwIn, and

north to a point between property and other Gordon Irwin left Tuesday for
urges property
Then when the day has passed into eternity, and Fairbanks and Waldo only maintenance owners to do likewise. Chief of 1 I Washington D. C., where they ColaBIGGER

we will soon have surcease from all worries and work has been done on Police A. L. Alvarez says that any- '. will make their home. Major Irwin Pepsi -

cares in slumber, let us first on bended knees ask the original pavement. one wishing to have vacant lots formerly stationed in San

Besides the pressing need of re- cleaned should notify him and he I Antonio, Texas, will be stationedin
Him who is maker to short-
our forgive us our paving to decrease traffic deaths, will have the work done. Washington.Mr. .

comings and let us sleep in peace. the roads are creating an economic .
and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned AND BETTER
We feel that we owe a very big debt to the writer of problem In Gainesville. Through Building New HomeWork to their home here Saturday
traffic will in Instances go
those paragraphs, whoever and wherever he is. We believe out of its way many to avoid the rough was begun last week on an I after spending two weeks in

too that many df our readers will want to clip this beautiful pavements and people of this sec attractive new home for Mr. and North Carolina and Fernandina.
Mrs. W. A. Stem
on Lafayette They were called to Fernandina
and read it and each about this tion of the state use the roads
again again
passage year Street near Mori roe. Work is expected because of the serious illness of
only when necessary.The .
time, as August gives way to September and the earth enters to be completed' within Mr. Davis' mother Mrs. Mary Da

problem of Highway No. 13 ninety days, Mrs': Stern said. J. M. vis. Friends here of Mrs. Davis
into a period of change. affects not only the people of '
Yantz Is the contractor.1OOo will be pleased to learn that she

o Alachua County but every personIn is greatly improved in health.

INTERESTWhat Florida. The mothers and fath- I .
PARENTS SHOULD SHOW Attendance I
ers who send their children to the .
we really started out to say above is that schoolis University of Florida and the A meeting with every memberin MISSION:TABERNACLEServices HALL ANI

opening Monday and we hope a large number of parents many people who attend the foot- attendance was enjoyed by the I are being well attendedand TIRES

will find it convenient to attend the opening exercises in the tution ball games on other or come business to should the Insti-be Rotary hundred Club percent here meetings Wednesday.are rare One each meeting holds somethingnew $'

auditorium. There are only a few times during the year assured the highways surrounding for the reason that It is difficult from the wonderful Book. The
alone Is
of the old ECONO
hymns
singing
when to visit the school Gainesville are well paved and nota for a group of around thirty businessmen -
patrons are really expected (although I an Inspiration and their message ___
to be at the same place
traffic hazard. Gainesville Sun.
they are welcome at any time) and surely the opening day .- at the same time, without inter I Is carried out in the hearts of PRICES!

one of the most important of these.In is// ANOTHER LESSONFROM ruption. The program$ was in i I those hummed who until hear the, to echo be whistled Is carried or GOODYEAR

charge of Elmo Struth and Leslieanepnera ,
recent .years_ __ onlv_ __.. a handful_ _. of_ mothers___ and____. _few._ __ CHINA L..L __ nn And nn. kppninfir fmlrltua.1. fires -

any, fathers have attended the opening day exercises here.If Wise old China has taught us of an article gave in a condensed the current version Ro- I burning; for; Christ- until Ha-comes. I' SPEEDWAY

I many things and could teach us
world needs this
more parents would make it a point to be there next Monday many more if we were not so cock- tarlan magazine in which the author The message. I
I, Last week the Tabernacle service -
explains how entertainment ,
S
morning at the cost of little trouble and incon- of civiliza
--even a sure our own superior may be obtained from apparently was conducted by Rev. G. E. ,
venience-we believe the effort would be worthwhile the tion. Take, for instance its habit If you want a depend-
in
boring events of life. The average Cutshaw, of Lawtey, and his message -
of child "milk name"instead able tire back
giving a a quality
encouragement it would) bring, not only to students but also of imposing upon It some person spends at least one-third of I as usual, was deeply spirit ed by the Goodyear
his life being bored, the speaker ual and called for a closer walkof I up
to the title that It must
teaching faculty. baptismal carry "Lifetime Guarantee"at
said. "As long as you must do I those who would know the value :

o through life. certain things, you might as well' of the fellowship of Christ. i a price that'sa

THE lUG liT SI'nUTMovie The Chinese thinks, and rightly enjoy them,' was the theme of The Tuesday night study at tho 1 real bargain-Good
that a child should have a chanceto the talk. year Speedway la the
Mission brought out some teach-1,
: actresses get the credit for being beautiful-but select its own "given" name ing on the leaders God raised up tire for you! There's

; dumb. We are in no position to argue this point. We only wish when it Is old enough to decide DO YOU KNOW? to take over the work of those who'1 plenty of long-mlle-
P what it wants. The "milk name"serves
that more of our grouchy taxpayers, who grumble over every paused on as after l\Ioses--Joshua, ': ageand non-skid iafe-
child's Infancy
through
; a then Judah etc. ty built into this beefy
never leavingHis
,t. 1 additional penny without stopping to count the benefits received and one to the time when the child I How well the Public Library is Come the
: people without leadership if husky see Jil
in return, would take a few notes from Carole Lom- selects the name it wants. It does keeping up with the most popular'' they but seek it.Announcement. bill buy today I ,t1111 III
not have to go through life handicapped 1 books of the day?
bard, one of the reigning movie stars. I ,
: by a name it is ashamed of
. Perhaps you would be Interested Rev. Pat Wlmberly of Jacksonville 5 5 I
Last year Miss Lombard made $460,000 and by the or otherwise dislikes. In knowing some of the books i Franklin St. Baptist Church'

S time she'd paid her taxes: : there was exactly $69,000 left. But Many a boy has had to endure a on Its shelves, and their rating as Is to be the speaker Friday night'

I "sissy" name because his doting I given by "What America Is Read- at the Tabernacle and will have
did she complain? No. She simply stated that she was lucky ing."
mother liked such a name. Many a'' with him some special music.

and proud to be able to give eighty-five percent of her earnings boy, too, has been started off with Of the fiction,. "The Yearling"by Those who beard him before in 1.ttit

S to the government. his father's name and has been Marjorie Rawlings heads the Starke will be Inviting their I '10?, tbs 4I

Carole's taxes for the amounted to $391,000. After "Junior" all his years. Instead of list. "My Son, My Son" la friends to this meeting. ret-

year having a chance to make his own Fourth "Mortal Storm" by Becond.// Building Urge seats not bad, ;3 5tet 0t e atice.

I she had taken care of her other expenses, including agents name stand for anything. he has Bottome. Sixth "The and about the coolest spot in town tpt % .'
'
and business fees, secretaries' salaries and other outlays, had to carry on the father's name ,, Mary Roberts Rinehart. Tenth, -WELCOME! | jul'tete OP'ear1I
often nothing to be proud of. "Handsome Road"
by Gwen Bria- --
she had around $20.000 left for herself."That's II i
! A plain "Mary" may be yearningto 'I tow, Fourteen "Parts Unknown"by >o'iits:',f).' Nti.H' 0. T.\\ WMvtt
tiFM: jNOTICR GOOD's.I
more than plenty, said Miss Lombard. "I be known as "Imogene and Frances P. Keyes. Fifteen 1 IS HKIIKHV <1IVKN: that I ,

S remember that when I was an extra I made a lot less and how often a girl has been required "Young Man With a Horn" by ton IT 10 rciiumt Johns. that ha. filed the tax with certificate mo writ -

mind with the to answer to the name of some Dorothy Baker. Nineteen. "Dayof tc.tt.nr' with nil *ul>He<|uent omit
I got by and was happy. I don't splitting government
ed levied taxes held the
flower, when she knows she Is a Battle" by Vincent Sheeun. or by 8tntebe
and I like its laws. This advcrtlm-d. and Hold to the hl.hent --- ..'
I like this
government Twentieth
"Heartbroken ,
Melody"by :
vegetable or maybe a fish. bidder for cnith ua. provided by .. .., t',. Tar
country has been mighty good to me." On the theory that parents own Kathleen Norris. flmpter the* Ipitl'Iiture: 1S2: '
There is no telling what Miss Lombard was really thinking their children, many a dastardly Among the non fiction we have: I Inlf deMcrlliiMl. real eState In the ,\\.Q' ., )\n.\+" 'p.' iI'I'IV'O !!"','iJ''',' COOL
,"
I'ountv of Hrmiford state of FlorIda / $ ,
is "Importance of Living" by Lin : J
Imposition placed upon helpless \. "
: ;, -
is beside the to-wit: ,0< "
but that point.
she these words. '
; as spoke .
I Yutnag-Is read the most. Sec .
boys and girls. And the namingof S "in at -K: r'r of 8Vi of SW'i -- .
The important thing is that she did not give way to public a baby Is often one of them. ond, "Madame Curie" by Eve cu. A Hun. VV 795 ft, N IIS ft, Nl-i:! GOODYEAR Summer
eon ft, TOanterly 206 ft, thence K '
,, Crumbling. We shudder to think what some people we know Why not 'milk names" for the 1 ne. Ten, "Fashion Is Spinach"by 1 H ft. S 1103' ft, to Ben. Also i, V BATTERIES Driving
Elizabeth Hawes. Elevl'n."A Ortuln Iniulu S of Mm. H. I
would tell the newspapers if they had to pay a tax bill of children of this civilized land?- Southerner Discovers the South"by I'pnrkmanI: W of fly In BE i I I If V
KUslmmee Gazette. I SW, See 3S Tp. 8 H. R. 31K. : SPARK PLUGS ccoo1EARsTCOYE3S
Jonothan Daniels. Twelve, 10 A,
$391,000. "Dry Cullotlne" by Rene Belbe-I 'I I h;.. rnxef to b.. Hold are "vhlence.11 I V LIGHT BULBS
n Lines Energized I II by certificate No... 1011 of 1BJ3 re- : I I
S1 nolt. Fourteen. "Summing Up" upvctlvely* and repreHont. unpaid V FLASHLIGHTS SawaLfs-iSS; $705
YOU HAVE MORE TIME: THAN THEY HAD Officials of the Florida Power I by Somerset Maugha.m. Eighteen"R. taxe for the year 19.12 to 19.18: a Set .1 these nualitr I
I I' both IncliiHlve, amounting to 1174 01. V SEAT Mt com*. Fit all vn .
COVERS ue1Ipea
Man's life expectancy has been almost tripled during the & Light Co. Tuesday afternoon at F. D." by Charles Allen Smart. AL.SON: <> of NW'4 of NW'. tJpe.
four o clock threw the switch energizing Twenty-four, "Andrew Jackson"by Kv: II Acres on W & Also Vault
past 400 years. The average span of life is now from fifty- about miles of lot of O4> Acre twenty Marquis James. H. K. 22 K.. containing: ;2'A e.,
S five to fifty-eight years. One hundred years ago it was I rural lines that have recently been "Fight For Life" by TwentY-flve'l more or I.....

_ thirty-five years, and 400 years ago it was only twenty years. completed In the Lawtey section Twenty-six, "Hell by The i-ertlflcate taxes to No.be .sold 131J are of evidenced 1933 and
REGISTER COMPANY
I Construction Foreman Bud Self Commander Edward Ellsberg. represent unpaid taxes for the year. MOTOR
in which
People today who complain of having so little time > threw the switch that gave many You will be sure to find some I 10.13: to I IMS. both inclusive, amountIng -

_ to accomplish anything worthwhile, should remember that i farm families electricity. Several thing enjoyable among this sPlendId Said- to tax 198.90.certificate together with C .

some of the greatest achievements in religion, science, litera- | additional miles of line are under variety of book. all taxes mihiivquent will be Hold omitted at the or highest Levied Starke, Florida'II

construction near Lawtey and as The Library is open from one bidder at the Courthouse. dour In
ture and art were made 400 or more years ago when men had Mturko the 18th of
on day
Heptem-
i fast as they are completed they I to six o'clock every day except I
only one-third as much time in which to work. I I wilt be energized. Sunday. I b"faJ8't; : at 11.00 the: 27th.o'clock. day" A.of M.AuI I;









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