Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.''''''''''''''-'''- Legislature May Repeal
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; ., .,,.':r Murphy Act, Clerk WarnsROTARIANS i

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-- 'l '! ;')1.., Property Owners Urged To File Applications

lading Growers To Be IN MINSTRELThe For Tax Auctions Before March

Interviewed Over Lt To Be Safe

StationWRUF' prospect of dignified businessmen -
cracking negro dialect
Sounding the last call for settlement of
jokes and singing modern swing a "give away"
radford County agriculture, tunes Is already causing much an- taxes under House Bill 396 (known as the Murphy Act),

.special emphasis on straw- ticipation with the announcementthis Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas yesterday issued a state-

rles, will be featured Mondayeen week that the Starke Rotary ment warning property owners of tho possibility that the

noon and 1 o'clock In a A Club will give a minstrel some Legislature, convening in April, might repeal the law, cut

Iclal Florida Farm Hour broad- time the latter part of the month. ting off the benefits to be derived from its provisions a full

Bt relayed from Starke through The date will be announced definitely sixty days before June 9 the date set for its automatic.

I facilities of WRUF State and next week. expiration.

pversity of Florida Radio Sta- First rehearsals were held this Mr. Thomas' statement readsas
week under the Incomparable direction follows
Gainesville. :
at plraUon of two year from the
of Nat Sternberg who has "This is the last call
.he program has been arrang- I I absolutely date thin ACt shall become a. law
T. K. Mc- ,3 I Reflected In the peaceful waters and making a strange sight amid gained state-wide fame as a min- for settlement Of taxes under the
by County Agent r f I (June 9, 1037) that N on June
Beale farmr + a the "bonnetts" and moss-hung cypress trees of Santa Fe Lake, pictured strel man of the first degree. The Murphy Act. Do you owe any
ine. Jr. and Clyde 10( 1939 the title to all tax certificate
director, and will feature a above la the U S. Army plane In which 2nd. Lt. Theodore entire production will be under back taxes 7 If so, for what years? .* In the hands of the

k by Er W E Middleton may- Proxmire, Jr., lost his life near here recently. Shown flat on Its backat his guidance. "Did you know that you could clerk "shall, automatically vest In

jof Starke and Interviews with I left !is a companion plane, wrecked when 2nd. Lt. Bud Marks at- settle all back taxes on properties tho State' of Florida and every

standing farmers of the coun- tempted to land In a plowed field to assist his friend Both ships WOULD DIVIDE having tax certificates against right title! or Interest of every

| Including J. M. Brownlee L. were dismantled, and loaded on a Government truck which left Mon- same as late a. November 5, 1934 ntttura or kind whatsoever of

I Conner, James Rosier and R. day for the Army airport at Montgomery Ala. The fliers were for 1933 taxes, and all subsequenttaxes former, owner of acid propertyor
will be Included for
Hazen, Hogan Smith, Jr., 4-H "stunting" over Earlton when a wing on Proxmlre's lane dipped RACETRACK even anyone claiming by, throughor
1939 for
the as as $12-
lit point scoring judge at year under him or holding.
) high anyone
under the water, causing him to crash Into the lake. I 50 for a single item We have tax ,
f Fat Stock Show In Jacksone lien thereon "shall cenne! terminate
last week, will also be Inter- --- FUND 3 WAYSLocal certificates dating from July 2, and be at an end. Further,

wed. Mr. McClane will make State Highway Department Asks For STEPHEN FOSTER 1894 that can be settled under no court In thin state, cither

Lrief address and music will be PROGRAMStephen this law. Federal or'State shall have Jurisdiction -

Uished by the Bradford High BIDS ON &/2 MILES OF ROAD 13The Bill Would Provide "All that you have to do Is come to entertain any suit
liool Band and the Strawberry Foster's immortal songs to the Clerk's Office In the Court brought by the former owner of

j-lng Bnnd. will be featured in a special pro- Bond Trustees With House, bring your description, file said land or anyone rLilminjr.

The program will be relayedm State Road Department will receive bids on March 21 gram tonight In the Bradford High Equal Share an application, and leave a deposit.We by, through or under him for
will do the rest
Starke by telephone to the for paving G1A: miles of the uncompleted stretch of State School auditorium beginning at 8 the purpose of questioning or
Imesvllle radio station where ItDl Three county boards give noticeto "If you have property under the In any way litigating or contesting -
Road 13 southward from Callahan. Chief Engineer J. II. under the of I of
be announced by Charles Dud- o'clock : sponsorship the public In a legal advertise- Futch Law with some outstandingtaxes the title of the State

j, regular farm hour announcer Dowling stated that the department hopes to award a con the local Foster t Memorial Fund ment beginning publication In the against same prior to 1932, Florida or Its grantee!! to Haiti

[Id James Walton, member of tract later in the year for paving another six miles of this committee Admission Is free. Telegraph this week that they will this them Is settled.your* opportunity to get land.Mr. Thomas stated:

UF's regular taf. important highway northward from the Duval-Nassau ,During the' program Dr. W. E. sponsor a bill at the coming Leg- Warning From Tallahassee: "IF I AM CORRECTLY IN-
he Florida Farm Home Middleton Master of Ceremoniesand islative session that the
sponged County line to connect with the paving south of Callahan.A providing "The Legislature meets April FORMED, ALL MORTGAGES.
by the College of Agrlcule Chairman of the Committee, Board of County Commissioners,
4 and It has been rumored that a LEASES, LIENS AND
the Experiment Station, and third contract, to be awardedat will Introduce two speakers who the____ Roam of-- Piihlln Instruction., of In DUALLY OWNED TAX CERTI-
large group members are
Extension Service of the Unl- some future date, will providefor WILL ATTENDHIGHWAY.MEET will make short talks pertinent to 1 and the Board of County Bond favor of repealing the Murphy FICATES FOR 1934 AND PRIOR

city, has arranged the broadt paving six miles. northward the Memorial Fund drive; the Rev Trustees shall share equally In all Act. Do you know what that SALES, WILL PE RENDERED

to publicize Bradford County from Baldwin to the Duval-Nas- ; L. A. Shepherd of Raiford, and race track monies received by would mean? It would mean that NULL AND VOID IF THE DE-
Iculture and Its strawberry In- sau County line, thus finally com- Col. D. E. Knight of Starke. Bradford County from the state. TAXES FOR 1933
would be left out and the law LINQUENT
which A committee from the Starke you
Btry, particularly. pleting the 'tolsslpg The Interesting program of Fos Heretofore, race track ends, would end 60 days ahead of time. AND PRIOR' YEARS ARE NOT

pverj'one'5t1fre8ted, In Bradford]for the past IS' or 20 years has Rotary Club will" attend, 'district ter's music.baa .ban. prepared by averaging 124,000 a year, ve Don't be caught 'happing! SETTLED BEFORE TilE EXPIRATION

unty in any 'way Is 'urgedloj{robbed Road IS''if travel.7H 1I''." rightful conference "of .h.; Florida High- Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. A. E. been divided equally between the "In order'to have your 'sate QF THIS ACT."

he in on this entertaining broadAt share of tourist, way Council in the court house at Wall and John H. Powell, all well Commissioners and the School completed before the Legislature He continued! :. "Are you property

next Monday{! ; The uncompleted stretch gen- Gainesville Thursday afternoon, known for their musical Interest Board with the Bond Trustees relying meets you must have your application owners going to let your property .

-1 erally known as the "Callahan cut- March 9, at 2 o'clock, called for and ability. Prominent local upon a 10-mlll ad valorem In the clerk's office before be taken over by the Stateof
off," when once hard-surfaced will I musicians, the Junior High Chorus j levy for funds with which to build March 13. The law automatically Florida when you could come

IATRON PROJECT provide traffic a through north- the purpose of discussing" "the of B. H. S., the Elementary Chorus I and maintain county roads. Although expires on June 9, 1039 and evenif In and nettle all back taxes, including -

I TO START SOON south route without the Inconven- road needs of Florida. of B. H. S., and the Junior I figures for the past nine the Legislature doett not repealthe the year 1939, for a very

ience of threading its way through The committee appointed Wed- Boys' Choir of B. H. S. will give years show that the Bond Trustees law you must have your application few dollars? If you have a mortgage

lA. WPA project for matron ser- Jacksonville. It will premlt a nesday, consists of the following songs and a "Community Sing" got approximately the same amount In not later than May 21. or any other lien on any

pe In four Bradford County pub- great saving in time and mileagefor ,' Rotarians: W. P. Smith, N. Stern- directed by Mr. Powell will be en- from this source last yearas "'ha.t. the Law Rays property In this county you should

schools has been approved, Itba motorists driving between berg, D. P. Carpenter, Jos. E. joyed. hey have been getting since "Section 0 of the 1lurlo'llYct protect your interest also. If not,

announced by state officials cities along the eastern seaboardand Wilson, and A J. Thomas. They Everyone Is urged to attend this (Continued on page eight) reads an follows: After the rx you will soon be. barred by Statue
Jacksonville this week. Thlr- the west coast of Florida, and will tMlcv...... fj-. the attention f\f the interesting. event. tonight ana a freewill t also.

*n women will be employed for ''Is expected to increase materially Council the Importance of State offering will be collected and NO WONDER THEY'RE SMILING "There might be some old outstanding .

(period of six months at a cost I the tourist travel throuqji Starke Road 13 and will attempt to have used In the Memorial fund for the I _. tax certificate against

$3,004, of which the WPA's al- and other towns along the route of this highway included In the Co un- purpose of erecting the world's ""' .- your property that you do not
atlon la $2,194. Road 13. Grading and overpass cil's "long term program." The largest carillon In memory of Foster ;/:,' 'V7 oI" ,'. know about. I cannot too strongly
construction on the stretch has meeting Is to the general Vl. ..,.11:; 'I t
{Schools to be benefitted by the on the banks of the Suwannee ,") I I. urge you to come in and let us
tron service will be Starke, been completed for a number of public and all persons Interestedin River near White Springs. k, ........ I .a.,5 .. check your land for you.

here it will probably be instltut- years. the promotion of Road 13 are ,':'#;.A'i 1I "This warning Is being extended
Governor Fred Cone has repeat urged to attend. .,
office In the that
| some time next week and Law- BERRY SHIPMENTSAT
edly expressed his Interest In the Gainesville meeting will be
y, Hampton, and Brooker. The The you will realize the importance
( ree last named have "missing link" and It is believed one of a series to be held at different LOW EBB and the drastic results of not tak-
already I
sed for the 1938-39 term, bute improbable that he will end his points In the state In advance I II rhr ing advantage of the Murphy Act
matron administration without seeing the of the Legislative session Freezing temperatures last week r while it is still In effect. In orderto

ey reopen service next summer.will begin Three when completion of this vital project.At where roads will be a matter of I took a heavy toll of Bradford I I be absolutely safe you should,

|itrons will be the same time as ,his an- major consideration. It is desiredto strawberries, shipments dropping w file your application with me before
In the probably employ- nouncement concerning Road 13, acquaint the public with the 'from 3,600 crates last week to a | March 15."
Starke school and one said that the' 1939' 900 crates In the past seven '
I each of the Mr. Dowling state-wide Highway Planning Sur- mere r
others. budget of the department does not vey which has been in progress days. Prices fell from a satisfactory WIFE'S MESSAGEBRACED

Women employed In the new contain an allocation of funds for for three years. This survey, being $3.50 per crate average to as TP7

|rvlce will be transferred from paving the Maxvllle cut-off a- made Jointly by the United low as $1.50. Freezing weather McCALLA

sewing room clients and have round Baldwin Into Jacksonville. States Bureau of Public Roads hardens the center of the fruit, -

t yet been appointed. They Grading and overpasses on this and the State Road Department, lowering its quality and consequently g last-minute message sent to

I" receive the same pay as theyve project have also been completed. Is a comprehensive investigationof Its value. L Fmnklln Pierce McCall by hU

been getting In the sewing When completed It will cut the present road conditions and future Production will be low and qual- young and attractive wife caused

>mn, distance between Starke and Jack- road needs in Florida. ity bad until the last of March, I the 22-year-old kidnapper of little

|Duties of the matrons are listed ,sonville around five or six miles. -- shippers believe. It takes about Shown above-surrounding Coun- winnings, competing on equal Jimmy Cash to go to his death In
follows: Supervision of rest TOWNSENDLOBBIEST three weeks for bloom to produce ty Agent. '!'. K McClane, Jr., (at terms with the best which had the electric chair lust' Friday

IDS to assist teachers with DANGER LIES mature fruit and practically all. rear center) are (left to right) been obtained in other states. Tom calmly-almost defiantly
Ildren' HERE "Tell him I went out of here
on cases of emergency FALLEN LINESAll bloom was killed In the cold spell Nelson Moore of H llbronn Matthews of Alachua won the
IN with chin and I want himto
|lay ground accidents school- last week. Springs, Ralph Nettles of Starke, grand championship with a Here- my up "
W. H. King of St. Petersburg, the same way, were the
Jom accidents, illness, etc) ; toke persons living along routes I Around 684,400 pints of straw-I j and Hogan Smith Jr., of Sampson' ford raiser) on his own farm, whileA. go
to the capital in Washing words which prison attaches believe -
| charge of first aid room; to followed by REA power lines were I lobbyist for the combined Townsend berries have been shipped from i i City, winners of first place In the L. Jackson of Gainesville cap- steeled McCall to march unfalteringly -
pervlse relaxation period oft warned this week of the dangers I Bradford County this season witha 4-H Club Judging contest at tho tured reserve championship honors
'Clubs of Florida will make the to his electrocution at
grades; to stay with childrencase that exist when the line Is down. return to growers of approxi- Fat Stock Show In Jacksonville on a Shorthorn of his own breed-
first of a series of state-wide the State Prison Farm near here.
of Illness until able to go Albert H. Miller, a director of mately $53,579. last week. Winning first prize In Ing.
class room or until parents the cooperative, made the follow- speeches --. competition with teams from Sidney Allen, a Suwannee Coun-
at 1 o'clock It few
Sunday afternoon small death chamber a seconds
rive: to assist children who ride statement: "If a tree is foundon \ eighteen other counties is a signal ty 4-H club boy, took champion-
ing Still Sell four and
announced today Tags after 11 a. m., days
es was
stay with them while the line the person locatingthe honor for those boys and their ship honors In the pens of three
close Automobile license tag sales one hour after the time originally
l'ting) Mr. King has been in con-
; to maintain order In trouble should telephone the coach, Mr. McClane. All three with Angus he had purchasedfrom
t reached 1.333 far this set for his execution. Prison Supt.L. .
In Wash- have so
rooms with the situation
: on rainy days; to take Electric Cooperative Association tact I boys will receive a free $5 scholar- a Florida breeder. In the
..r8e or Clay Inatnn..... _.. _And.. will... fflva definite Information year, it was learned yesterday F Chapman made the postponement
nursery during P.-T. A. Inc. at Keystone Heightsat : ship to the Annual 4-H Short carlot class, won by C. R. Shawof
'ettngs; to assist small children what the troubleIs about the progress being I from C. A. Knight, Bradford I Course to be held In Gainesvillenext Quincy, out-of-state steers took so that McCall's attorneys -
I once, stating made. and old, County Tax Collector Sales in- might appeal the case to the
removing wet Everyone young
coats and shoes and where located. Do not : summer. I their only major honors.
rainy days, and to care for circumstances attemptto is urged to attend the meeting and creased materially since the dead- Smith received the additional Around 70 percent of the 432 United States Supreme Court.
under any 15, Mr. said, This last-minute effort to save his
10 this vital line February Knight
until ready for cloak room; of the trouble hear message. honor of being selected as the out- steers on display were breed In
the cause
remove than life proved as futile as former ap
assist at all .school clinics, under, This is tile responsibility and are greater they standing judge among sixty competing :Florida by cattlemen who have
I>ervl lon of nurse and doctor; yourself. cooperative and It Is Orange Truck Overturns this same time last year. Figures judges. For this achieve- advanced tremendously In the past peals to the State Pardoning
of the
Board the State Court
363 Supreme
that 931 tags,
,assist during practice periods that a lineman Is A large orange truck turned passenger ment he will receive an engraved five years. Prof. L V. Starkey of
for this reason truck and 37 trailer tags and other Federal courts, and !oc-
school programs. over and burned up early Sunday tags medal declaring him to be the Clemson College who judged all
employed."We been sold.Rotarians. Call went to his death nine months
cannot be too emphatic in morning a few miles southeast of have .I high point scoring judge of the(entries, declared that this year's after the crime which he first confessed .

Triplets Broken Up cautioning children against the Starke on Road 28. The truckIs entire contest. Hogan tied for exhibits showed high quality and and later denied.

Union dangers of attempting to throw said to have run Into the rear See Movie :| this honor at the Fat Stock show exemplified no little progress towards .

** claims County lost one of Its : wires across the line, or In any end of another truck owned by K. Rotarians were entertained( held last year. giving Florida a much bet- Heap Big Egg
th the to fame last week tampering with the wires. L. Griffin and driven by his sons, Wednesday by an interesting color, Mr. McClane stated yesterdaythat ter class of steers on its farms.

"nine( death of Geraldine Hunt way These are high voltage lines car- Leo and Pete. Drivers of both film, showing beautiful landscapes; Bradford County will have One hundred and seventy-two of The hens are at It again. Last

P'ets' member of the famed 6,900 volts." vehicles escaped uninjured. and fishing scenes taken by Judge'C. four exhibitors at the 1940 show the steers were graded as good, I week a Rhode Island Red hen

'"ths born near Lake Butler five rying -.- I. Tolles on a recent trip to| and that he expects some of the choice, and prime. I owned by Mr. Grace Norman

ago. -Gerry" as the baby Here Closed Bass SeasonA Alaska. Judge Tolles Is a resident Bradford boys to walk away with Boys of the 4-H clubs showed I laid an egg eight Inches In circumference .
called Collector
>aber of, had been the smallest Deputy of the In- reminder that the season on of Connecticut and spendshis some of the prizes as well as honors 75 steers and took honors right and weighing five

d In the trio since birth and A deputy collector will beIn'Starke'on black bass closes on March 15 was winters near here at I.elro.e'l. In the judging contest. along with their elders la the open ounces Mrs. Norman's farm Is

lowing a Jacksonville hospital ternal Revenue' Department March 4, voiced this week by A. A. Durden, The program was In I In discussing last week's show classes. H. D. Howell, Jr., of Bon- near Lawtey This egg. It Is believed

IIUhs. an illness of several Saturday assist taxpayers conservation officer for this' dls- D. Walnwrlght. Jr., and a large the county agent stated that steers hay, showed the grand champion is larger than some of

Her'two little brothers at the postofflce to 1938 Income trict. The season will remain number of visitors enjoyed the bred raised and fed In Florida 4-H steer, with George Duke, Jr., those laid by the radio cozneJian -

W, apparently making satlsfactW. In preparing their closed through May 20. movie with the Rotarlans. | made almost a clean sweep of top ,of Alachua, finishing second. .
normal 0
growth. tax: returns. :

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.t rock Hospital where be j xh-iuld n'it b<< K.-n by the UnitedStatist < burt h'-u-i- ", Hampton Park, s"c-I| Park, 1"'j'It.n.d" by certificate 300 more or' le"H. (
an operation. : of Am n< a fir Uuu".*- and I I dny ,in th., in"t..n','h ."f April 1'39, tion 31-33 Tp 7" n.:2 E. and represent i of 1428. Blk 14t Hampton Park Said ( "rtlf)< m. .
BOY pu.p'I forth In said ji<-tition.on wh!kh Is Ihe ';inl ,!,,%. "f April. I9 unpuid. taxes for the years m Idencod byrilflcate 151: > f ; :l- Lot 3' itt Hlk .11: f",
Misa Melba Jean demons of penalty of Itrinir haired of all Dated this SIM I. day of February 192 to l3M. both Inclusive amounting :28.; Blk .17 of Hampton Park. evld- & Ci, Addition! ." ,
Heilbronn wa* visiting Miss Annie claim and interest. tn and to said 11139.OFFICIAL. to 8 9-4Z tnced by certificate 35? of Jlta:8: ; of NEV, S,." 2s T.i
SCOUT J I property Dated, this 20th day of ( SEAL A J. Thomas, ALSO: Blork 7, except: lot 1. S, Blk 38 of Hampton Park. evidenced Thtt assessment! "
: Mae and Leila Hamage Tuesdaynight February. A. D. 1939.\ EDWIN R. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford: 3. 20 21 .2! Hampton Park Sec.. 31- b certificate 3o3 of 1928; erty under said I.
I, WILLIAMS. Clerk United State County, Florida. 2-24 fit -I4 S2 Tp. 78. n. 22 E. Blk $9 of Hampton Park evidencedby was In the name ,< \
NEWSAn District Court for the Southern Dla- The taxes to be sold are evidenced certificate 354 of J92R; Blk 40 the assessment of 1'1'
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the trlct of Florida By ,a, L. Gibson by certificate No.. UII and 1530 Except Lot 13. 14. 22 23. 24 of cat. No. 91 was 'Ih .
NOTICE OP II H..' OF TAX and evidenced by certificate M. Truby the '
Mr. and HOUHC. Deputy Clerk (Court Seal' ) of 1927 and 1933 respectively, Hampton Park au.> 1
I Slate Farm were visiting CKHTIK1CATKSNotice. represent unpaid taxes for the year 383 of 1927; Also Certificate certificate No. 33f> ,', .,

enviable record .of attendance Mrs L. L. Conner Sunday.H. TO WHOM IT MV ('0'\ .'v.1t'Ii I Ie hereby given that Mamie 1926 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting 1S36 of 1933. embracing all the above of Charles E. Brr, L ive ;b,
TAKE NOTICE' That at the regular Lou Edward has filed with me to 821.41. described parcels of Hampton ...ment of said < .., ,' i,
was established in the Boy Keene of Shamrock spent session of the Legislature of written request that the tax certificate ALSO: Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 19, 20, 21. PArk described ait Blks 30 21. :2.J Was In the name ',,f .
Scouts of America Troop 70 of the week-end here with relatives, Florida which convenes In Tallahassee together with all subsequent : 22 of Block 8 of Hampton Park 23. 24. 25 36 37 38. 39 and all of strongUnless-. R I
Florida In April 1933 The omitted and levied taxes held by evidenced by certificate 370 of 19- 40 except lots 13. 14 22. 2.h 24 saidredeemed ..rt'r'
Starke during the month of Feb Rudolph Chiam spent the week- Board of County Commissioners of the State be advertised and sold to 27; Lot IS. 16 of Block S of Hampton Hampton Park Sec 31-32 Tp. 7 14. according I

During the entire period end in Boa tdraln aa the guest of Bradford County Florida and The I the highest bidder for cash a. provided Park evidenced by certificate R22 E., and representing unpaidtaxes properties described i .. .a_
ruary. from Board of Public Instruction for by Chapter 18296 of the un all of lU9; Lots 8, 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. for the year 1926 to 1939 sold to the hlgac-' id.-" .
only four boys were absent his mother. Mrs. N. M. Bradley. Bradford County Florida and The act of the Legislature upon the 14 of Block 8 of Hampton Park both Inclusive" amounting to $ Court house door m, 'h' i

the regular Troop meetings; one Conner of Double Board of Bond Trustee of Bradford following described real estate In evidenced by certificate 177 of 1929; 59.ALSO 229'-1 day In the Month ',? I.rll ...1which
absent three Little Donald County Florida Intend to have a the County of Bradford State of Lot S, 6. 7. 17. 18 of Block R of : Block 41 of Hampton I Is the Cth. da; > r : *
of these boys being Run spent Sunday night here special act Introduced and If possible Florida to-wit: Hampton Park evidenced by certificate evidenced by certificate 855 of 19- D. 1939. a

times, and the other three being with his grand-parents Mr. and enacted Into law providing for All Blk. 7 5*. lots 4. 6. t, ft N% 378 of 1929:: : and certificate 28; Blk. 42 of Hampton Park evidenced Dated this 8th.. 'liu "tk I
1927 BlkU A. 11 1939.OFFICIAL..
Two patrols one-third of all money to be re- of Lot 1 Town of Lawtey West of 1531 of 1933 embracing all the a- by certificate 384 of ;
absent once each. Mrs. J. S. Sapp. eel veed from the State Treasurer or Ry Sec. 23 Tp. S S. R. 22 E. bove parcel of Hampton Park, of Hampton Park. evidenced by ( SEAL) \ J
during the month had 100 per I any other Slate Agency by the The taxes to be Bold are evidencedby described a* Block 8. Hampton certificate 356 of 1928; Blk. 44 of Clerk of Circuit (',,,,. t ,. '
and Miss Emmaline Morgan of County Commissioner of Bradford Park Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E. Hampton Park evidenced by certificate County, Florida.
These two certificate No.. 119 and 687 of tf
attendance. I ._ _ _ I Ill
cent Double Run and Davis Gaasett of County Florida under and by virtue -, 1928 aid 133 respectively, and represent and representing unpaid taxes forth 347 of 1928; Also certificate -
their! members were: Panther of Chapter 14832, Law of Florida. -: unpaid taxes for the year year 192S to 1939. both Inclusive 1538 of 1933. embracing all the a- OIII>RR OpioTleI0 -
Star Scout Arch Thomas Starke were visitors to this section Act of 1931 and all Act, 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng amounting to $''.59. bove described parcel of Hampton I TO rl'RUl'TIO i ,

Patrol Sunday afternoon. amendatory. thereof and commonly I' to 8164 02. ALSO: Lot I. 2. 3. 20 21, 22 Blk Park described a* Blks 41, 42, 43. 44 I I The of API'.al., (
leader 2nd Class Buck McMillan. I Yarbrough of Wood- known as the race track fund, to ALSO: NWV i of SW% Sec. 24. Tp. > Hampton Park evidenced by certificate in Hampton Park Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 I Itaxes K lawV" } *J ,
1st Class Scout Duddy Davis. Charney be thereafter divided In equal portion 6 S R. 20 E., 40 Acres. 371 of 1927; Lot. 4. S Blk 9 S. H. 22 10:.. and represent unpaid that 0
Earl lawn was visiting Rudolph Cbiam between the said Board of The taxes to be Hold ore evidenced Hampton park evidenced by certificate for the years 1926 to 1939 P.avn2or-rv'oce. "'lI'"I 01

Tenderfoot Scout Albert and R. C. Keene Sunday afternoon. County CommissIoners, The Board by certificate No. 27 and 96 of 879 of 1929; Lots 12, 13, 14. both Inclusive, amounting to $124.- ) chld.en. and due aff.4.M( .1.\1\ !
Thornton; and the Wolf Patrol of Public Instruction[ and The Board 1932 and 1933 respectively, and represent 15 16. 17. 18. ID of Block of Hamp- 11. been filed |'cUlt I
of Bond Truatees. unpaid taxes for the year ton Park evidenced by certificate ALSO: NEVt of NWVi and All WVi of Bradford .1
First Class Scout Leonard Smith BOARD OF COtTNTY COMMISSIONERS of NW% E of River Sec 11 Tp. Ii Counts *
1911 to 1939. both inclusive 661 of 1930; Blk 10 of Hampton Chancery, in case Nr, Florll
leader, 2nd Class Scout BryanUora1l WOODLAWNMm. OF BRADFORD Ing to $44.14.ALSO amount-I' Park. evidenced. by certificate No. S. It. 20 E., containing 100 Acre I I Dorothy Klnlaw it
4' Tanrlorfnnt Spout Chester Oscar Carter Cor. COUNTY' FLORIDA : HK"-i- of NWU- of- 372 of 1927; Block 11 Except Iota 1, The taxes to be Hold are John H. Kinlaw defendanL;
BOARD; OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 16 8.: It. 22 E. 10 Acre.- I evidenced ed by certificate No,. 21 and 69 of I
Tp.6 2, a. 4. S, 6, of Hampton Park John H. Kinlaw are he, >. 1
{, McKinney, ;t-C ;;sComer\ FOR BRADFORD COUN- The taxe to be sold are evidenced -: by certificate 373 ot 1927; 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent to appear In said. > rl
Tenderfoot Scout Miss Iris Sapp of Water Oak TY FLORIDA I by certificate No. 281 and ..6S Lot I, 2. 3, 4. 5. 6 of Block 11 unpaid taxes for the year 13, 1939. Bradford < )
; Perryman, I was visiting Misses Lola and Lucille I'OARD (.IF ROND TRUSTEES of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and Hampton Park evidenced by certificate 192 to 1939. both inclusive amountIng I graph Is designated t '.nt,,
Sonny Peek.Although (.F BRADFORD COUNTY represent unpaid taxes for the year 335 of 1>28: Block 13 of to $163,03. paper In which thb- 'he
: Johns Saturday afternoon.Mrs. FLORI I 'A 1930 to 1939. both inclusive amountIng Hampton Park evidenced by certificate Said tax certificate together with published once each ,, .
it is almost two weeks j Gladys Carter and son. to $25.95.ALSO 336 of 1928; Block 13 of I all subsequent omitted or levied consecutive week pru ". I,;

before the next Court of Review Mrs. Mamie \\OTIc- nF "*I.K OK TAX : NW% of SWW of NE*, & Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate taxes will be sold to the highestbidder turn date. Wltnes "?' I
passj I Richard were visiting ti:II''IF'CAT'' '' NEil, of SEK' of NWVi- Sec. 16 Tp. 6 337 of 1928; Also Certificate at* the Courthouse door In' official seal at Stu.-ki"h'l, .
several Scouts have already Lou Hersey In Jacksonville last Notice I I. hereby given that Weeks S. R 22 E., 20 Acre 1532 of 1933 embracing all of Starke on the 3rd., day of County Florida this trd .,
i ed before the Scoutmaster and | Turpentine (Company has filed with The taxes to be sold are eveldenced the above described parcel of A. D. 1939 at 11:00: o'co..k ruary, A. D. 1939. day.
Counselors the' Thursday. me written request that the tax by certificate No*. 282, 284 & Hampton Park described a* All Dated this the Ith., Ma.ch'l (OFFICIAL SKAL ,
the Merit Badge j Misses Lois and Alma Johns of certificates together with all subneouont 957 of 1931. 131 and 1933 respectively Block 9 Except Lot 6, 7. 8. 9, 10 ruary A. D. 1939. I IClerk A* Clerk of said Clr. ,r
requirements that will entitle them ] omitted or levied taxes held and represent unpaid taxes 11 and All Blka 10 11. 12. 13 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Knight & Knight S-. "oa rt|
advancement. Among Jacksonville spent last week-end by the State be advertised and sold for the, year 1930 to 193< both In Hampton Park Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. of Circuit Court of Bradford Attorney for plaintifi' i F"
to further j i with their parents P. B. and E. to the highest bidder for cash as elusive amounting to 4841. R. 22 K., and representing unpaid County. Florida. 1-1 3t 3-3
the Scouts ready for promotion atI 1 provided by Chapter 18296 of the ALSO: SW, of NWV4 of NE\4 taxes for the year 1926 to 1939 !%
are Second Class C. Johns. 1937 nets of the Legislature, upon Sec 16 Tp. 6. S. It. 22 E., 10 Acres. both Inclusive, amounting $129.- :OTICK OF SPF.fl.lL MASTICH'S TO WHOM IT"MAV' "nxcr.. I
this 1
writing and the following described. real estateIn The taxes to be sold are evidenced 28. SALV Notice i* hereby guj,, J
Scout William Baker ready for I :Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter th. Count of Bradford, State of by certificate No. 965 of 193}. ALSO Block 14 of Hampton Park, Notice I Is hereby given that under creditor and clan' < t> ,I">

First Class; Tenderfoot Scout Son- daughter Louise, and Howard Florida to-wlt: and represent unpaid taxes for they..a. Sec. 31-32 Tp. 78. R. 22 E. and by virtue of a final decree of estate of Cyrus F. HOlY"dti-J
In Jacksonville Krt of NWi, & BWVi of NW .* 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive The taxes to bo sold are evidenced foreclosure entered In a certain' to file your cia with d
ny Peek ready for 2nd Claaa; Merit Norman were shopping Se<., 13 Tp. 7 8. It. 19 K., 120 A..e".1 amounting to 113.27. by certificate No. 374 and 1533 pending In the Eighth Judicial el.I I Judge, E. K. P..r.yrar. ,1

Badges. Enos Hayes (two). Arch : last Wednesday. The taxes to be sold are -. ALSO: EVj of NEH of NE% Sec. of 1927 and 1933 respectively, and cult Court of Florida In and For eight month rimt.I
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman ed by certificate No. 6 of 1924, and 20 Tp. 6 8. R. 23 E., 20 Ac...... represent unpaid taxes for the year Bradford County cation of this notice, r, nm']
Thomas Mike Dew Frank Robinson represent unpaid taxes for the year. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced 1926 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng wherein (I. B. iT JJf8al'ceg.I will be barred by statute
III Leonard Smith (two), were shopping in Starke Saturday 1923 to 1939, both Inclusive amount- by certificate No. 289 and 977 to $36.00. l'lalnUf. and HENRY collectable against said utah,
Ing to $500.45.ALSO of 1931 and 133 respectively and BACHRACH. living, the lOUi day of
Buddy DavIs, Comer Ferryman, I afternoon.W. : SK'of NE% Sec. 14 Tp. represent unpaid taxes for th. year ALSO: Lots 7, 8, 9. 10. 11 of Blk and If dead the heirs devisees, and 1939. Feliruarr'

(two). R. Strickland of Water Oak 7 !H. R. 19 E.. Obcid 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng 15 of Hampton Park evidenced by grantee of said persons, and al Catherine Delia ,
is. certificate" 662 of 1930 Block 16 HOtl
[ The taxes to are evidenced to $53. parties claiming Interest A* Administratrix of
:Mr. and Mrs. Oscar < f
Applicants, who have been given was visiting by certificate No. 7 of 1924, and ALSO: NWVi of NW 6 Ex. 1 Lot Lot 9. 10. 11, 19. 20. 21 and said HENRY FRIEDMAN and ROB. F. Hoover, deceased ., !.,
I Carter Sunday morning. represent unpaid taxes for the year In NW Cor. Sec 21 Tp. 6 8. It. 22 22 in Hampton Park evidenced by EKT BACHRACH deceased or oth
an intensive training course by Mrs. S. Rucker and children of : 1923 to 193, both Inclusive amounting E.. 40 Acre certificate 376 of 1927; Lots 19, 20 erwise. In and to the following dea- NOTICE or
Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Life to $137.80.ALSO The taxes to be sold are evidenced of Block 16 of Hampton Park, evidenced crlbed property to-wlt: APPL"\TIO%

Scout Frank Robinson III. and I Lake Butler were visiting her sister : SWVl of NW% & W% of by certificate No*. 296 and 990 by certificate 380 of 1929; NL. and SVa of SE'.i.! of Sec. 24; (".. 'r.'x No:
of NWV4 & NWW\ of SWVi of 1931 and 1933 respectively and Also Certificate 15.14 of 1933 embracing Mil
Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson last SEV4 NJ NV4 of SEV4, N% of SWV4 NOTICE IS HEUKin: :
Senior Patrol Leader, let Class WK of NKV of HWV4 Sec. 5 Tp. 7 represent unpaid taxes for the year all the above describedparcels of l'' \V", and the WV4, of the That Dorsey Fine h 'd, r
week. S. R. 20 E.. 120 Acre 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- of Hampton Park described HY'of 8WV4. of Sec. SV4. o
Scout Enos Hayes are about readyto I Lots 7 8 9 10 Block 15 2; Certificate No. 482. th,
I! Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard The taxes to be sold are evidenced Ing to 875.74ALSO a* 11 of of NE'/4.' EV4 of Sec. BIl; of
day September A I I
and All Block 16 lots 9 N\\ Ill
be received into full membership by certificate No. 55 of 130. : NWV of SEV4 of SW% Sec. except 8. all In Township Itange :22 filed r .
and Mrs. Steve Starlingwere 10. 11, 21, 22 Hampton Park Sec. same In my ifi f uil
and Mr.
and represent unpaid taxes for theyears Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., 10 Acres.The Kant, .
Into the Troop. Boys having 31-32 Tp. 7 South, Range 22 E.. and | mad application (' 'nif
shopping in Starke Satur- 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive taxes to be sold are evidenced are the Defendants, wherein I, Hoi- | to be Issued thereon.
attended these classes are as follows amounting to 8269.73. by certificate No. 985 of 1933 and representing unpaid taxes for the Us V. Knight was appointed Special,
: George Powell. Edward:: day afternoon.Mr. AI.SO: .;1.\1\ of BEVi of NWV & EH{ represent unpaid taxes for the yearn 1926 to 1939. both Inclusive, Master to execute said decree, that' lowing Said certificate described enilj, .i .' t ft.)
and Mrs. George Parrish of of NKV4 of RVTVt & H4 of SW<4 & year 1932 to 1939 both inclusive, amounting to $46.15. I have levied upon the above dea- > County of Bradford p.'p'Slat ti
Brazle, Warren Winkler, Jimmy HWVi of SKW' Sec 5 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 amounting to $32.46. ALSO: Block 17 of Hampton Park crihol property In Bradford County Ida to-wit Of!

Griffis. Olin W. White Jr., and Starke spent Sunday with Mr. and K.. 160 Acres. ALSO: Lots 1. 3. 4 of Blk 29 Livingston evidenced by certificate 338 of 19- I Florida. ) Lots, 1. 2:, 3, 7, 8. .< ii
Mrs. Dalton Carter. The taxes to be sold are evidenced Truhy & Co'*. Sub-IMv., to 28; Block 18 except Lot 1, 2, 3, 4. And that 1 shall on the 6th day NV of of
Judy McRae. These boys If they of Maxville by certificate No. 56 of 1930. and Starke. Sec.. 28 Tp. 8 S. R. 22 E. 5. 8. 7. of Hampton Park evidencedby 1 of March.. 1939 within the legal Section 29 NEVi NW, 7 ',< i !
satisfactorily pass all tests, will Miss Debbie Phillips represent unpaid taxes for the years The taxes to be old are evidenced certificate 377 of 1927: Lot I. hours of pale, In front of the South 22 East, Township II.|
into I was visiting Mrs. Geneva Milliard 1929 to 1919, both Inclusive amountIng by certificate No*. 240 and 1149 ,2, .1. 4 of Sulk 18 Hampton Park Court House door In the City of containing I \ rtleHH.
be received the Troop and assigned to S3S2 96. if 1928 and 1933 respectively and evidenced. by Certificate 445 of 1931; stuike, Bradford County Florida
to a Patrol in next weeks Thursday.Mr. ALSO: S4, of Lot 6 I & all lot 78e. represent unpaid taxes for the Lots 5, 6, 7 "of Blk 18 of Hampton '' offer raid la.id for sale, and sell all The a..e..m..nt the of thi, uU
and Mrs. Ancll Thompsonwas ... 6 Tp. 7 S. Jl. 20 K.. lit Acres years 1927 to 1831 both Inclusive Park evidenced by certificate 381 of I' the title and Interest of the at re- erty sued in said ifln
meeting. The taxes to be Mold are evidenced amounting to '''.84. 1929: Blk 19 at Hampton Park evidenced In the same to the was the name it Mark
shopping in Starke Saturday by certificate. No. 60 of 1930 and Said tax certificates together with by certificate 378 of 1927; .aidJ..f"ndants bidder for to | son.Unless
several of the have said
Already boys calh. certificate'hill
afternoon. represent unpaid taxes for the years 11 .subsequent omitted or levied tax Blk. 20 of Hampton Park evidencedby satisfy and pay said decree fee
begun to make preparation to at- and 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive. amountIng en will be Hold to the highest bidderat certificate 379 of 1927; Blk. 21 and all Court costs and deemed according to law. thterty
P. B. Johns
Mrs. described
Mr. and I to $272.02.AI.SO the Courthouse door In Starke of Park evidenced Ito
on Hampton by Hollis V lll.11
tend the District Boy Scout Camp children and Miss Ruth Johns : $'-, of 8V4, of Lot 9 A 8H the 10th., day of :March 1939. at certificate 3SO of 1927. Blk 22 of As Special exp"n..1 the highest i r' ,!hI
this summer by practicing one of of Lot 10 ," x. N 13 Acre, Sec. 7 11:00 o'clock A. M. Hampton Park, evidenced. by certificate John A. H. l".teIn, house door on the flrt i Sit
j Starke Saturday the ,
the rules of "A Scout is were Tp. 7 R. R. 20 E.. 48 Acre Dated this the 18th., day of Feb 381 of 1927: Blk 23 of Hampton Plaintiff. Ju.phr. month of Mar'h."f' w
Scouting afternoon. The taxes to be sold are evidenced ruary A. D. 1939. Park evidenced. by certificate 2-1 the 6h. day of 1a.,1 1931
Thrifty." The North Florida Area by certificate No. 62 of 1930 and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 339 of 1928; Blk 24 of HamptonPark ()i'l'E OF FOIt this 8th >l
.U'PI.J''IO'\ 1939.
represent unpaid taxes for the years Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford evidenced by certificate 340 TAX
Council offers to all Scouts
a plan '
CASTOR OIL INUUHTKYBrooksville 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- County Florida. 2-24 3t 3-10 of 192", -fur- !-en!.. n. h..n'nn.. "D..i, (Senate Illll No. 11 (OFFICIAL SEAL \ 'PClerk
whereby they can 'purchase Camp A plant Ing to 812033.AI.KO ;evidenced; ; by certificate. 941 of 1928:: IS HEREBY GIVEN, of el..lt C.,u" BisCotMity.
cStamps from the Scoutmaster anytime processing : fl',. of Lot 4& WV&, of NVi .MITICK. OP Htl.K Oh" '1'\)( Blk 26 of Hampton Park, evidenced :OTIC'. Packham holder of Tax J?lor Ida..* :.10 I
for castor beans, to cost $165,000, of Lot 4 & N'-4 of Lot 6 Sec. 7 Tp. {-.:ItTIFU'T" !I bv certificate 342 of 1928; Blk 27 Certificate Numbered respectively,
during the and these 20 B. 100 Acres. Notice I I. hereby given that B. Y of evidenced .NOTIfK 1O IIIDDHI
year will be erected here, according to 7 H It. Hampton Park by certificate 41 Issued September 6, 1936. a partof The "
Board of Bond!
stamps will be redeemed at their The taxes to be sold are evidenced Saxon has filed. with me written 382 of 1927; Illk 28 of Hampton 91 Issued September 4, 1916, 330 mi'
an announcement by M. D. L. Van by certificate No. 63 of 1930 and request that the tax certificate together Park, evidenced by certificate Issued July 2. Itt.'M: and 42S Issued B""dfo.1 County Flo d* w
full value at the time the boy Over farm bureau director of a represent unpaid taxes for the year with all subsequent omitted 343 of 1928; Blk 29 of Hampton September 5. 1932. has filed same )I until IV( I IMarch h.
to 1999.! both Inclusive amountIng or levied taxes held by the Park evidenced 13th. 1939 ami' < hi
wishes to attend the Camp. The 1929 by certificate 344 In my office and nan made application
national manufacturing State. be advertised. and sold to be publicly olen.d. r tin
companyof to $222.03. to the .f 1928; Also certificate 1535 of for tax deed to be Issued
boys of the Troop are planning to Harrison New Jersey. According ALSO: All 5IAJ of S>-i of 8Wt.i of highest bidder for cash a* provided 1933. embracing all the above described Said certificates respectively thereon. Hal In the City of Stn F
N of .. E tao( ft.. 4V A.. by Chapter 18296 of the 19-17 acts lV4-ton, truck ><'
have as nearly 100 percent as pos QW\\4 Hy x. parcels of Hampton Park embraces the following .....
to Van Over, he has already S..... 8 Tp. 7 8. R. 20 K. 5 Acre of the Legislature upon the following described) a* Blkx., 17, 1!*, 19. 20, 21, properties In the of.cI.II..d cab and dual wheel ,
I i County
sible at one of these camps duringthe begun the planting of 12,000 acres The taxes. to be sold are evidenced described real estate In the 22. 21. 24. 25, !fI. 27. 28. 211 Hamp ford State of Florida. must d..II.. fully i"

summer. :I by certificate No. 67 of 1930 andrepresent County of Bradford State of Flor ton Park. Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 8. H. 22 Said Certificate No. 41, .... which .
I lof land in Florida with castor unpaid taxes for the yearst929 ida to-wit: Block 1 of Hampton I E. and represent unpniil. taxes for Nt 4 of SWVi of SW 4 & S' .m.ra. Each bidder will > ", '
The Court of Honor for this area plants in connection with his cornpany's to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng Park evidenced by certificate 330 the years 1921) tn 19.1! l oth Inclusive of SWVi Section 17 Tp. 7 S" R 21 E.., accept aa trade one u,>, ,f rt
to $18,07. of 1928; Block 2 of Hampton Park amounting to ,.ii.uo. and one used Chevi J"
will meet in Jacksonville on ThurS-1 plans for the processing ALSO: Lot R of Blk 1 I"a.d City. evidenced bv certificate 831 of 1928; ALSO Hilt 30 of Hampton Pa.k.evhl..n" containing Said Part 40 of Acres('.., more or less. h..longln. to the l>< ,il I S>

day evening March 25 and plant. He emphasized the Import- Sec 8 Tp. 7 8. It. 20 K.. Block 3 of Hampton Park evidenced I .." by certificate 345 of 19- c-mbracoK E'< of .rlflealeIn.', 91, .
The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate 333 of 1928; Block 4 U. Blk 31 tit Hampton Park. evidenced ] and All| ', of The Board reservei'h' i
planned have the entire Troop I ance of the castor bean as being by certificate No. 68 of 1930 andrepresent of Hampton Park. evidenced by certificate by certificate 843 of 1928; ,1IWh) Se 10 NEVi of HtVI4v of reject any or all bid,

70 transported to and from Jack- the base of "almost 100 products" unpaid taxes for the year 367 of 1927; Block 5 of I Blk .12 of Hampton Park, evidenced. taming 40 Acre Tp. ,6 "S. .I or 22 less E. con Ordered In regulai. ".,oD
1929 to 1939. both Inclusive. amountIng Hampton Park evidenced by certificate !-ertlflrate 347 of 1928 Blk said Board this the 6th truary >) '
sonville on this occasion that ; 33 of $41tt i "" No.
so 310
I of
and discussed the pOHSlbility 368 "lfh'at. A. D.
to 843.69. of 1927; Also certificate' Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate W' of .39Du.d'
i .
the boys may be presented to the developing the costor plant into a ALSO: Lot 4 of Blk 2 Ward City No. 1529 of 1933 embracing all of 348 of 1928; Blk 34 of Hampton Blk a 1 Ik. 4 .W. In 3V and EM. of A. A. ". ".
I .HA. M Ttl. 1 S. IF_ 2O( '.J_ the above described parcels of Park, evidenced by Temple bub ATTEST: C. A. Fut,'h 8"'
Court and that of them certificate Section
so many domestic which might replace Tlv 21 Township 6
crop The i :ito: b.-"o-Ii" are S'uth. -.Hi
will be able to receive advanced( I some surplus crops In this coun- \ ed by certificate No. 69 of .Vld..nc-t
awards. Several Star Scouts will'I represent unpaid taxes for
try. 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive
be made at this Court from the Ing to $39.47.At.SO .

membership of Troop 70. II'FEI. ,..1' \Ti:" IIIHTMIfT : W4 of Frac'l Blk 5 Ward ,V
('.n'IIT. ,.ot""II" II'\' HISTHICT Of Cltv :Sec. 8 Tp. 7 8. R. 20 E. .. S4
Overnight camping by patrols noR,,) \_No. :III .. ('Illl-UNITED The taxes to be sold' are evidenced 4 : p4 3 '
HTATKH OF AMKItICA Petitioner by certificate No. 70 of 1930. and : qt /i :
will In the future and
begin near ) ot
vs Certain Land lying and being represent unpaid taxes for the year
It la advisable for boys wishingto In the Town of Ktarke County of 1929 to 19.19 both Inclusive, amountIng ) :1

become members of the Bradford State of Florida, etc.. elnl. to 832.70.
Troop I. l>...fI..nl.'n'I'I(''' IK I'ONIIKMN ALSO: All Blk 6 Ward City Sec.
and to be entitled to these campIng \TIONIMIOCK.KHIMiX.: ')'0 8 Tp. 7 S. H. 20 K. p '

privileges that they place their AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN. The taxes to be sold are evidenced t
AND TO 4n) The CulluHlnw person by certificate No. 71 of 1930.( and
applications with the Scoutmasterat firm.. nnil ....ro..r......nM.ttn Mreresidents represent unpaid taxes. for the years. I _
the earliest possible moment of the $<.le of Klorltlai 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng if ,;c!; L -V
t. M. mel Oreen and Floyd Oreen, to 179.25.
Under our present plan there Is her husband. Starke. Florida; 2. ALSO!' : All Blk 7 Ex. Lot 8, 9, 10

not room for very muny more Lulh..rI I Powell, Nat Sternberg 11 Ward City Sec., It Tp 7 9. R. 20 o.j:
ami "Knos: W. llaye as Trustee for I,' 1&> ; i.: __ ?
boys and when a certain number Bradford Lodge No. 35 Free and Accepted The taxes to be sold are evidenced I I

has been reached under this plan, Mason of Hrudford County, ., by certificate No. 72 of 1930. and ) ui 11
Florida.. Starke, Florida; 3. I. A. represent unpaid taxes for the year r "
admissions will cease. Applications DHVIH. 8l! rke. Florida; 4. E. K. Per 1929 to 1914 both Inclusive, amountIng .

for membership will be filedin ryman l and Lois Peek Perryman, bin to 8378.50.
wife, Starke, Florida; 5. Mrs. KvaKeinnnde ALSO: Lots II. 12, 13. 14. 15 of IllS < *
the order received. *, nil lIu..rdlan. 8tatke. I a Ward City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. n. 20 4 .
6 irt.iri.ln. : d. u. W. Haves, a* Tax ''E.
BETHELMrs. (Collect- ; of-- B.adtoeounly.- The taxes I.. be Hold are evidenced 4 4V7t1V +

Starke. Florida; 7. Carl John at l hy certificate No. 73 of 1930 and .
Susie Gllsnon, Cor. Tux &llertor "l the City of Mtarke.Starke represent unpaid taxes for the years .
Florida; 8. The Hunk of 1929 to 19V: !'. both Inclusive amountIng
Starke. Starke. Florida and all perMOHH tn UI>6.et. 0
Ira Allen of Starke was visit- Interested In or having Menu ALSO: Lot BSec. 18 Tp 7 S. II
upon or claiming any Intercut or 20 K.: HO Acres. I
ing friends In Graham Saturday Hen of whatsoever nature In or upon The taxes to he sold are evldenced

afternoon.Mr. the following described. real .*N- by certificate No.*. 70 of 1912: 1. J I ,
tate In the County of Bradford. 71 of 1932. 72 of 1932 and) 93 of 19- I I I ac
and Mrs. Walter Starlingwere State of Florida: to-wlt., Lying and :34, and represent unpaid taxes for /
dinner guests of Mr. and nelna; In the Town of Htarke, County the year 1929 to 1939 both Inclu J >
of Bradford State of Florida: lie- Nlve. amounting to 81 IN.71 I I IV4' W
Mrs.. D. D. Woodard Sunday.Mrs. KliTnlnK at a point .lielnir the Interned ALsO: Ix-its 4. 61...(. 18 Tp. 7 S. c ill I'
Ion of the easterly side of South R. 2O( H., 200 Acres. '
C. B. Johns of KlngnTTy Court Street with the southerly The taxen to he sold are evldenc.ed I ', V ;.,a' u.a'V

Lake was visiting her sister Mrs. aide of Went Call Street; running by certificate No. 19 and 227 .
hence South 73 degrees SO minute. of 1923 unit 19:11: : respectively antI *4 V .
GHsBtm 0
Maggie at Starke Friday Knst along the southerly stile of represent unpaid taxes for the year a
afternoon.We Went 'all Street a distance. of 105 1922 to !9T!>, both Inclusive, amountIng
feet to a point : thence South IS ileHrees to 8416.34.
sure did have a good rain no minute West a distance Sold tax certificates together with

in this section Sunday. It was i>f tAO feet to a point; thence North all subsequent omitted or levied -
73 degrees' 30 mlnuteM Went a dlstnnce taxes will be sold to the highest ,
badly needed. of IS feet to n point; thence bidder at the Courthouse door In ._ '
--A_ South IK degrees 30 minutes West Stark on the 10th.. day of :March 'L
.. distam-e of 20 feet tn a point; A D. 1939. ta 11:00 o'clock A. M. V
GUM BRANCH theme North 73 decree 30 minutes Dated thin the 18th. day.uf F bruary
Vest dlHtanoe of 1&0 feet to a pointin A. D. 1939. \
Annie Mae Humane, ( 01' the easterly side of Smith Court (OFFICIAL 8EAL) A J Thomas, I Coca-Cola belongs in
I Street.; Ihenre North 16 degrees 30 Cleik of Circuit Court of Bradford

J. A. Harnago Mrs. H. Keene minute Knst along the .easterly, Hidenf .of County, Florida. 2 24 3t S 3. 10onti wins.
South Court Street a
and son Harley and Rudolph 120 feet to the point or place of beginning > -: U' *I>IM.II'i< foil I

Chlam were business visitors to ;thereon.together WHEUEFOItK with the Improvement a I TAX OKI.IIdenote HIM tlJlI your icebox at home I

Palatka recently.Mrs. petition has been filed on the t'th NOTICK IS HEREBY lIVEN ,
W. R. Kersey Satur- lay of February A. I). 1939 In the That :II.... Beulah Kelly holder ofTa"
..nil.... State District Court for the Certificate No. 400. Issued. the You enjoy
day night with Mrs. R. N. Craw- Southern District of Florida by the 5th duy of September A D 1932, has I i Ie-col Coca-Cola every place else; why ''

ford of Bootaey'a Beach. United Stated of America againstthe filed same In my office and has I '
above described property and made. application for a tax deed to not at home, too. The whole family will welcome
Mills Emmaline Morgan of persons and corporation<< be Issued thereon. Said certificate.
Double Run spent Wednesday 1 praying fo'.t':: condemnation, upon embrace the following* described i its pure refreshment. Get
proper compensation of said prop- property In the County >>f Itradto.d.1St..le I P I a six-bottle carton
night with Misses Helen and Doro- erty. Now. therefore all persons of .-I..ldltowit:

thy Norman. Interested in or having lien upon East Half of East Half of Southwest I and pre-col the bottles before a
the laid property or claiming any tiarter North of reek Road
Mrs. Louise Denmark and Acres right. title or Interest therein fcre Sec.' 24 Township 6 South Range 22

Chatman of Jacksonville spent hereby notified to be and appear In East containing 32 Acres, more or
the said United. State District Court !* "'
the week-end here with Mr. COLA
and for the Southern District of Florida The assessment of the said prop.erty BOTTLING CO.
Mrs. J. S. Sapp. .at JackHonvllle, Florida, on the Cthduy under the said certificate Issued
of April. A. I). 1939. to show was In the name otV 5.
FrtenJs and relatives of R. C
what Interest, lien right or title Bower.
Keen are glad to report that he they or any of them have In and to Unless said certificate shall b. .

has returned home from the Sham-I I the above described property, and redeemed. according to law. the.
to show cause, If any they or any property described therein will t.

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STAFF I Patriotic ProgramPresented CLARA FLUMEIS Mammy Sez: SENIORS SPEND We Wondcr Why U. OF F. HONORS

kertitiVln-Ch'l.TR.f TuesdayThe PRETTIEST PLAY PROCEEDSMake MRS. A. E. WALL
Lawsey me but last weekendwas The candy was so delicious that

neporters: SENIOR GIRL a sho-nuff hectic time. WeIs was eaten in 10D the other day?
Robln.on, Arch following: Program was given Gift to Library Those Taking Music Can
"IV rryman., got to settle down now and Mary T. started oft with "NowI
jr Emmet Tuesday and was enjoyed and AthleticAMtocliiUon Receive CollegeCredit
:' smith, Mary Edward, very John Arthur Torode Voted study a little bit. lay me down" when we began

I th Rowe, Alm Flume Murrhe., much by the whole school: "Feb-, Beat Looking Boy In Dose Little Women aho did look I the Lord's Prayer the other

and.-Clara-...-.-- ruary Riddles" by boys and girls Popularity rot sptffey wid dose little chlllun who I morning?
Perhaps most of you readers We are happy to announce that
from Mrs. Roberts room. Elaine I were in dat popularity contest. Effle C. brought Mrs. Dowlinga
[ EDITORIAL Recently the Senior Class of who saw the Senior Play, "Sweet Mrs. A. E. Wall has received an
Chesser was the reader; Harry : 1839 voted the Congrats to all ob dem for dere Sixteen" Ifew weeks ago will bouquet of sweet peas when we
on following Senior appointment from the Universityof
AX IDEAL GIRLt Green George Washington; Dorothy -' facts. The first name indicatesthe work. enjoy the memory of it more when were going to have an exam on
KNE; Florida General Extension DI-
Dat dance Saturday night sho learn English?
a question! However, If Griff, Betsy Ross; One Col- winner, the second the runner- you where the proceeds vision to teach Public School Mus-
wuz sompln'. went. P.
I Betty Monday
the subre was so happy
Fh'a authorities ou line Lincoln. up:
io Education to teachers
Ideal girt: I think dat Juanita needs a few At a class meeting the other morning? Could It be that she received any or
would be our I The prettiest Senior Clara others Interested college
Next Mrs. Biggs' Third Grade girl in gaining
surface. Withks pats on her back for working so day, the Seniors voted unanimously two letters Instead of one
would be the literallyg presented "When Washington Wasa Flume Doshia Smith. hard on dat contest. She sho to give half the money to the from Georgia? credit while studying music.

> and figure Boy," a playlet of life in colonial The best looking boy: John I School Courses which are to be taughtby
Alice Fay looked "swell" whe she was pres. Library for new books and Some people seem to delight in
of that lovely be a wow!) But days. Walter Silcox sang "Little I Torode, Robert Rosier, Gene Long. ented wid dat lovely bag. A. Z. I the other half to the athletic association. starting false tales? Mrs. Wall are: Public School
n't Music 103 and Public School
surface. The char- Washington. Leroy Raulerson The most dignified girl: Mary thought so, also. We are sure no other Lucille J. hasn't put any more
)niy) the gave a recitation. Then a I Edwards ; Music 104 each of which carries
Enza colud
counts. groupof Weaver. It seems dat most ob our young causes have been greater sugar in her hair ?
what two hours credit. This
n girls a "Sewing Song"while than these college
and sang The most dignified boy: A. Z. folks were kept home Sunday be- (Library-food for
l lie bad the personality they quilted. A pantomine ; the brain makes It possible for teachers In
Adkins Vernon Silcox. ob ; athletics food for FOIl SICK' STOMACHWill
cause bad weather. But a fewweren.t
First Lady, this section of the state to benefitby
our gracious of Washington "Going Away" was the .
come home late this
out done Ask Clara aboutit.
be The wittiest boy: John Chalker
that would a '' Mrs. Wall's services without
osevelt, done
effectively by Marjorie A. Z. Adkins. -- evening with a severe headacheand
Consolation. and Edwin Williams Five having to attend a summer schoolor
I B. H. S. completely upset digestion?
t, the will power of Helen couples of third grade boys and j I The wittiest girl: Edith Rowe, Dose senior facts were really SINGERS One's nervous system and stomach travel to the University of Flor-

the world's most remark- girls all dressed in colonial costumes I I Hazel Brown, Doris Strickland. something! Can you imagine Mary HEARD ON WRUF are closely related, and often ida for music Instruction.This .

foman of all time. To ac- danced the minuet. The : The most talented girl: Mary Edwards and A. Z. Adkins being --unusual tension and excitementwill is Indeed compliment In

h the unbelievable as she second grade Rhythm Band I Edwards, Alma Murrhee. dignified? Forty Member! of Junior tend to upset the digestive recognition of Mrs. Wall's musical

serve the greatest hon- sisted by playing "The as-I I The most talented boy: A. Z. Mourn till next week Chorus Sing Over "chemical-balance" and cause ability and Bradford County

vvn and "Minuet in G." I'Adkins, Eddy Hartman. Mammy. Radio over-acidity. should feel proud to have her In

with the love and under- Then, a "Lincoln Song" was I I The most athletic boy: John DON'T ENDURE: THIS COM: charge of its music program.

Jig of Florence Nightingale, sung by Jo Ann Dinkins, Patsy!, Torode, Harold Grlffis. Jokes Last Saturday B. H. S. was once I.INTNY LONGUK:

ieroic comforter of daysy Cox, Loren Brown and Erie Pre- The most athletic girl: Peggy again In the limelight when forty BELIEVE<: IT NOW! obtain DRINK MORE

our ideal would be ful- vatt from Miss Lilley's room. I'eseudonym-Perhapa members of the Junior Chorus genuine Bisma-Rex at your community -
Stanley, Gladys Starling.
With all these personalities Miss Middleton's room was represented -I Edith: "Couldn't you find out went to Gainesville to sing over Rexall Drug Store and MILK
The friendliest Alma Murr-
Into one- -that would be our by Catherine Galney, girl: what his name was when the pro- : Radio-station WRUF In a groupof neutralize the cause of your

Irl and we would be thet Juanita Anders and Charles Oliver I hee Doshia Smith. fessor called the roll?" 300 students from six different troubled system quickly and

persons on earth. who recited "Like Washington." : The friendliest boy: A. Z. Ad- Enza: "I did try to, but he answered counties. thoroughly.. I

-Editor Boys and Girls from Miss I 1'kins, John Torode. for four different persons." Leaving at 10:30: a.m., they Your Rexall Store is Carpenter'sDrug tD

-- Hogsed's room sang two Washington |i The most studious girl: Lorraine went by way of LaCrosse to the Store in Starke. 1

AN 1DKAL BOY I'Hartman, Louise Warren. Too Exclusive] University City
songs. II *<1 hv ccrtlflrnt Nan. 164 and 47(1(
.oup of senior girls are pre- | The most studious boy: Sidney In a letter from Clara visitingan The group, under the directionof of 11)31 and 11133 respectively, and And Drink

for the Junior-Senior ban- TENTH GRADE NEWS I Griffis, Jimmy Sewell. exclusive summer resort: "Hav Miss Cleva J. Carson, sang ten represent nnpulil taxes for the yearn
19:10: to 193 ) Inclusive, umount-
sendan ing a fine time. Wish I could afford numbers in the auditorium of the :4.both
i a big way. They H'hlttomore's Room The most popular girl: Doshia leg to $ The Best i

order for an escort to We are planning on copying the I I Smith, Clara Flume.I I it." P. K. Young Laboratory School. AI.KO: NWt of SRi10 x. 4 A In
8W -or & J'JS\ at NKV. of HW(4( FROM" i
following wishes: Mrs. Florence Brown whom we
r with juniors by cleaning our room. You I The most popular boy: John lens S 8 A.. & WU! of NIOVi of 81414S ) 1
|, Vernon Silcox; Eyes Har- can find any name wanted on the Torode, A. Z. Adkins. Serves Us night all know for her competence at the ,,('. 85 TI"| 7 H. H. 21 H., 70 Acre*. PETERSON'SDAIRY iI i
Ernest Phil- 'I A Scotchman wrote to the editor keyboard, accompanied the The taxes to b.. sold are evidenced -
rlfCis Teeth group.
walls. However we are going to I The laziest girl: Elaine Edwards, by rvrtlflrute No 164 of 1032: and I
inule. Charles Priest; Per- keep our names off because Mr. Edith Rowe Enza Weaver. of a magazine saying If he didn't The program was from 2:00: represent unpuld( taxes for the yttuTH I

|y. A Z. Adkins, Jr.; Phy- Whittemore is onr teacher. Now The laziest boy: John Chalker, quit publishing Scotch jokes in it, through 2:30 P. M., and all who ing 1931 to to S3.UH.1939. both. Inclimlvo, amount-

John Torode; Complexion, do you wonder? Ernest Dowling. he would quit borrowing the mag- heard it agree that they sang un- ALSO: Khm" of SVV": of NW4. K Wit Cleon Woo- azine. usually 25 Tp. 5 8. It. 22 10., ID Acre ..1 --
; This section of the tenth can't well.9 The taxes to bit sold are evldenoeil -
Ll Manners Ernest Dowling.e by cortmat No,. 837: and 178 BUSINESS I
to be the Honor
| girls decided that if they get anyone on Elementary Echoes Tense B NEWS of 11130 and 1938 roMpnrtlvoly andrppreHvnt
Roll. There have been only two Our home room enjoyed a very unpnlil taxes for the yearn
He to
looked around if all
lave a date with this ideal see 1929 to 1139. both InclUMlvtt, amountIng DIRECTORY
girls on since school started and j I well-planned and appropriate program : I
would be the happiestthe was ready. It was. He gazed into to 148.82.AIXO

fey world. they have been the only ones. i I I We are enjoying the use of an the strained tense faces but none Friday morning when Enos TemplfH: Ad.l IM\H, to IS Mtarke& ,14 Bee Hilt 2H Tp 23 -

Miss See-all attractive new world map, and a made a move to stop him. Suddenly Hayes presented the following, in 8 H. U. 22 K I
Novas and Melba to like I keeping with the state-wide cam- The laxpK to b" Mold are evlilonu-
SPRINGTIME seem : picture with all of the president'swives' he lifted a short .38 revolver ed I
by certificate No. 521 of 1930, and
turn'! Well here it is another algebra There's a certain boy I pictures, and fifty-four toward his temple--a few pant paign of the Stephen Foster Mem- represent tinpitltl taxes for the year 144f.
it. Lillian, and | D. C., that orial Association: 1(189( to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting The drink I
I day. But wait, hold on a taking Pansy, I views of Washington ing words and he pulled the trigger to ....64.
Today's Saturday. Schoolt Hazel like to read letters. I I William Morgan has brought to Bang! And amid the cheersof The Lord's Prayer and Flag ALSO' : Lots 7, 8 of Ttlk lit In ClimklnH yl, that I

| for the sum- Glenda Ferol likes to ride. II!I our class. the crowd, four athletes sped Salute, The group; A talk on the Add I to Sturke Beo. 21)) Tp 6. S.It. .
yesterday 23 H.
olldays.fl. saw her Tuesday. Since the Philippines and Guamare down the track. Foster Memorial, Enos Hayes; The The taxes to be Kold are evidenced !- Ti 1 everybodyknows !
Life of Stephen C. Foster Dorothy by certificate No. 416 of
Gainesville boys like a certain in the papers daily we are 1934.
let's think I'll
see'now- and represent unpaid tnxen for the
essed and go down to see girl whose initials are F. J., Boys studying them in geography and $1,000,000 Green; A Review of Foster's most yearn 11)33) to 111:111( : both InclUHlve, ( M I

aboutto seem to like the tenth grade. keeping up with the papers, too. Johnny applied for a job as popular songs, Ida Lee Cone; amounting to $37.12.: i
He said something ALHO: K>/, of HW'i WI/4\ of
the lake on a fishing We are feeling why they and the grocer's boy for the summer. The Three of Foster's favorite songs: HJoJI4 "H"C. 31 Tp 7 M It. aa E? 157Acren. 5ct
to Beautiful Dreamer, Suwannee River I
Islands important wanted seriousmindedboy
Hawaiian are grocer a
Nice weather to go fishingcool out 'though. The InxeH to be nnlil 1 are evldcnof .
spring days. I couldup It certainly looks good out us. In connection with our book's so he put Johnny to a little : My Old Kentucky Home, Sung by certificate. I NUN. RHO and 4'IX of 6S'1: : ,: I II
developing outlinesby test, "Well what would by a group of Glee Club girls, accompanied 11)32) and 11136 respectively" and represent ....
little doors. I can hardly wait to get to lessons, we are my boy, I I InOT.
( on reading a ,
my I l unimlil tnxpf for the yearn COCA-COLA CO. .
by Mae Parker and her .
never have gotten down to the lake and start fishing. paragraphs. It takes a little you do with a million dollars?" he 111.11!' to 1K39, both IncliiHlve' amount \

r "Gone with the Wind" yet. Huh! No one down here. Wonder longer on one subject but we real- asked. guitar. IIIK to $202.43.AtXO: W 3-4. of NK'4:' of NWVi i
here's ly enjoy it. "Oh, glory I don't know. I wasn't' nuddy Davis, reporter. 14..... 12 8 WE ARE
I kind of warm. I think I'll where they are? Oh, a Tp. 8: It. 22 N., 80 Acre
Must be a note I In these subjects we write as expecting so much at the start." The taxes to be Hold are evidenced PRESCRIPTION j
fit on a white pair of pants. piece paper. ed certificate NOH 874 and 161)3) .
e cool. Yes one from Mother. our teacher reads the material Guess Who? of 1930 and 11133: r..lv..ly. and EXPERTS I
from the books. When we come to Hors d'Oeuvreii represent unpaid tnxon for the year
me I wonder why it's so "Dear Son, I knew you would I I 1929 to 1I3I! : both Inclusive amount- CARPENTER'SThe
town stairs? I'll find words that we can not spell one Someone observed this road There Is a blond headed senior lug to $58.27.
soon want to sleep this morning, it beIng I pronounces slowly in syllables and sign somewhere In Maine: "Eggs- ; who wears glasses and is liked by Hnlil tax certificate/I togetherwith Rexall Store

the first chance you've had I then spells as the class writes. In Antiques." I everybody because of his unsel- taxes all mibxeriuont will be Mold omitted to the. or lilKheHt Levied -

'I''TOMERJ' FLORIDAI'OWER to sleep late for quite a while. this way we are Improving In our fishness and willingness to help bidder at the r.mrthoiiBB door. In PLUMBING
A LIGHT cot Htarke on the 17th, of
When get dressed you can too. John: "Is this party formal, or I day March Prompt Service at
| a local man who nlte4 you spelling, others. This boy was fifty per 1989, at 11:00: A. M. I
i In obtalaln Kleetrle *er> start your painting of the kitchen Opal Morrell and Bernice Cooper can I wear my own clothes?" cent of the football team. Al- Dated I this the UIHh. day, (,if February Reasonable Prices
do :roar lion* Wiring.t to have It I A. I>. HI3D.OFFICMAfj Estimate Your Job I
furniture. I've wanted teacher.W foot- Let Me
[ .onble. Dependable Mrs. Lazenby, though he was unable to play ( HKAL) A. J, ThomaM,
Serrlev done for a long time but decidedto Scientists say the space between ball because of poor vision, he Clerk of Circuit Court of llruilfon! C. M. RITCH i

I J. PHILLIPS Lawter wait until school was out and have been studying about atoms is only one-millionth of an gave his services to the team by County Florida 8-3 Bt 2-17

let you do it. I knew you wouldbe the Inventions of Morse, Edison Inch. Huh! ,Street car companies being manager. He always had a

idle and would want somethingto and others. Ida Lee Silcox broughta would consider a space that big smile or a good joke to tell the FUNERAL DIRECTOR !

HERB i INE do. After you finish that, mow telegraph key and passed it a- between passengers positive 1 y boys when they needed It most. If My Many Years Experience Makes Possible for Me to Render i

the lawn; and if you have time round the room for each one to wasteful. he does as much for his countryas EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE! '

11 headache, dizzine, pouf before dark trim the hedge. I've look at. Merry Beth Knight he has for his football team MODERATE: PRICES I

|h, biliousnejs natuea lack ofBe Jacksonville with Mrs. moths mounted on I
gone to brought two SOME YARNIt we'll have another Abe Lincoln. DeWITT C. JONES
and lutleuneM or that tired Smith and will be back sometime cotton with glass over them and He was not only manager, but also

are associated lymptotn of' tonight. The can opener is In the passed them around the room. was, oh, I'd say in about 1888 assistant coach, water boy, keeperof Starke, Florid i

constipation, HERBINB table drawer and the cans are in Betty Turner reporter.Miss the locker room, bus boy, timekeeper
I that I ran across Lumberjack 1
linn relief. It Is ,tried/ a vege- the pantry. Mother." Morgan, teacher. football reporter and head

ledidne, free from harm taiu A fine way to start a vacation, Michael O'Leary In the big timber nurse. SPECIALYOUR i

III w hoc bottle.ENTER'S I must say I I I We are reading in our "Science woods of New England. I was a I 1
-By A. Z. Adkins, Jr. Readers. We find them very in- NOTICE OF 'K4I.B OP TAX
DRUG STORE surveyor for the U. S. Forestry i CRRTIKICATRSNotice !
teresting. We have been reading U hereby given that O. E.
the sky and are starting to Department then I was survey-I Crew has tiled with me written CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c
about request that the tax certificate together -
[BOREE FUNERAL HOME read about water, heat and light. Ing through that wild and wooly i' with all ubequent omittedor GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO
We have a new pupil and a visit country when I met him In his levied axe held by the State he
advertised and "old to the hlirheitt
Full line of Oaaketa A Undertakers Supplies or. The new pupil's name Is camp. After eating a hearty bidder for cash a* provided by PAYSmith's :
AMBULANCE SERVICE Chapter 1829S of the 1937 act of
DAY AND NIGHT Charles Crawford. supper of New England pheasant, the Legislature, upon the following
The class has been learning two described real estate In the Countyof
68-PHONE-53 "Hawaiian Boat mushrooms and corn pone, the Bradford State of Florida to-
O. H. BENNETT. l'JrI" new songs lumberjacks started swapp ing wit: i
and "The Little Dustman. of 8E14\ Sec Garage
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Song tales of un- HICV4 of 8W 4 SVj
stories. After hearing 120 Acre.
We like them very much. 35 Tp. 6 8. K. 19 B.,
canny heroism and worthy deeds, The taxes to ba Hold are evhlono-
Collette Green and Gloria Cooper, ed by certificate No. 2 and 8 of ,
it came big six-feet six Michael 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent I
a /Oat CLINCH reporters.Miss O'Leary's time to tell a tale. I've unpaid taxes for the year i
RI.Oa Tet Hinson, teacher. but 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- '
eSNNNOIMA heard many wild stories none EathffE
Ing to $325.72. i
Ilta.al"h GRADE like his. It went something like AI. O: Com at 8W Cor of NW% iWI
SIXTH of NEW Hun Z20 Yd* to wire .
OYT Ml this: : i I
sI.1 This week we have worked onour fence thence K McKlnney I Branch
C r It that Michael was h..nceuHalonII' mild Branch to H K.I 1'
and they are seems
history booklets line of NEK\ of NE4! thence We.t
almost finished. spending the night with a friendIn to Deff. Hoc. 12 Tp. 6 8. it. 20 E., !

and Lola Tyler I the swamp country back in dear 25 Acre
: Walter Taylor The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby
L teosnas have been absent several days. Old Ireland. He said he'd been a- certificate No*. 23 and 41 of To give him a better chance ;
about two hours when he a- 1930 and 11133 respectively and re-
\Th We hope they will soon come sleep preent unpaid taxe for the year in life start now on: our fZ
1 ; j back. woke at a sound that sounded like 19211 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng !
1 "Book Day." gigantic windmills. When he a- to 15ft.*8. systematic plan which will
Wednesday was our
ALSO: BKV4\ of NWVl Beo. 12 Tp
Many Interesting books had been woke he beheld two large mos- 6 R It. 20 E., 40 Acre... enable your child to obtain''' !
\a Latala quitoes flapping their wings on The taxe to be old are evidenced -
ORroa1 w.o. ,. read. Each by certificate No.. 25 & 62 of a college education at amazingly .. tn i
i j the bed posts. mosquitowas
atsTa6 Garnita Hutto, reporter. 1930 and 1933 respectively and re- '
4erela6l $ nun teacher. three feet tall, one on each bed 'preaent unpaid taxes for the year small cost 't' I
OWN'I Miss Kennedy- poet Michael was too scared to 1929 to to U4.SI.19.19. both Inclusive amountIng -

/ This week we have enjoyed do anything, so he Just lay still : ALSO: 8WV4\ of NW<4 NW(4( of Ask our local agent ;
I I SW<4 Sec. 7 Tp. 6 S. R. 21 E., 80
e ml rte /:aTRII painting pictures of castles whichwe and listened. Finally, one mosquito Acre*. or write -t'el'wT.
1MMR 1/ We are studying spoke to the other and said: I The taxe to be sold are evidenced 1 1t
x. T.I have drawn. to eat him here, by certificate No. 183 130 of run t. 1f.t
of "Are
about the old Feudal castles we going 1930 and 1934 respectively and represent -
Middle Ages In history. or shall we carry him back to the unpaid taxe. for the year f.
Frances Roberts Is out this week roost?" The second answered by lIne 1929 to to $163.84.ALSO 1939 both. Inclusive, amount \

IA//TM because of sickness. We miss her saying: I : All $W14 of NRK 4 NWV.of I I
SK'/t, '\ H of Ity A 8W4 of SE<4Sep.
better eat him here. ,
FLORIDA FUN/ and hope she will soon be 14 Tp. 7 8. R. 21 Fl.. 80 Acre
we take him back to the roost one The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
with us. take by certificate. No*. 183 & 472 of
hard as of the big mosquitoes might
We are studying very 1931 and 11133 respectively and reprenent -
we have only nine more weeks of him away from us." unpaid taxes for the year. Box 303E.
FLORIDA'sl6ver 193O to 1939, bnth Inclusive, amounting -
KIN FRIEDMAN1 "CARTOON GUIDE school and we all want to pass to A. Z. Adkins Jr. to 81'4.71.AJ..fO .

deUghtfal17 Jntere Itnti.&II" the seventh grade. .. : All NB% ' drawings. 160 page of with ko! GUESS WHO ANSWER' : In HW Cor Bee 14 Tp. 7 8. R. 21 '
n--.. a1lthmt.le, oondsely written. Iet. wt1te Merle Glider, reporter. I K., 32 AcreH Starke Florida"I :
retied cartoon ma 1.OO *t year book Moor Mra. Searing, teacher. JOHNNY CHALKER The tax 1 are evldeno- 1I
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Garcia Silcox Jimmy Warren-Judy Green I Week of Prayer ObservedAt 'RAPID REDUCING vidual's personal PbYGlctan- --

Miss :Mellie Silcox. formerly of Crowned King and QueenOf Baptist ChurchThe VERY DANGEROUSWomen Undermine Health. neatH

I 'fSocictJjJ Starke, and Rene Garcia of Tampa, Strawberry Festival week of prayer for the An- "Women who reduc too' )' I

were married Saturday, February Master Jimmy Warren, three- nie W. Armstrong offering for who fall prey to quack entire disrupt the mechanism, 2\\
25: in Tampa.The Home Missions was observed at body. Every ')
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. p reducing concoctions claim Ing fected rgai II
I bride is the daughter of Warren, and little Miss Judy the Baptist Church the first of the rapid loss of weight through so- er, even; heart, lungs, kidney, ,I
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Silcox of Starke. Green, three-year-old daughter of week. Programs on mission: work called gland control are being circulatory ana nen;,

nome Music Is Topic March Meeting She graduated from B. H. S. In 'Mr., and Mrs. L. J. Green were In Cuba, Mexico, and among the warned by Dr. W. A, McPhaul, systems.Is lowered Their to normal realatlt 1
class of 1938, and has made American Indians, and mountaineers such an !f
crowned king and of the that extent
queen officer, they are
state health
D. C.
For Woman's Club MeetingThe Held By U. they are a |
her home !in Tampa since August.Mr. I Strawberry Festival in a colorful were given Monday, Tuesday, writing their own ticket to pre- ready target jLft
regular social meeting of ,, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. J. W. Garcia Is a graduate of ceremony Saturday night at eight and Wednesday. mature old age, nervous break- first disease that comes their..
the Starke Woman's Club will be Andrews, Mrs. W. E. Torode and Tampa College and at the present o'clock on an improvised stage on On :Monday afternoon Mrs S. downs and such serious diseasesas "In one case that has com

held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Mrs. L. A. Renolds were joint time is employed at Key West asa the festival grounds. The event,I E. Sparks was In charge of the tuberculosis and heart trouble. my attention, woman of.,
o'clock in the club building with h hostesses to the W. T. Weeks salesman. sponsored by the Woman's Club, program and was assisted by Mra. this : pounds reduced to 135 80 quid;
the Mrs. L. A. Canova, Chapter, United Daughters of the Dr. McPhaul Issued warning that she was a complete !
afternoon The young couple will be at was officially opened Friday nightwith One Wiggins, Mrs. A. M. Darby, at the Florida State Board of! wreck. She had to phi'li>!' r
in the chair. Confederacy, Wednesday ]
home at 906-17th Avenue Tampa a play "Her Gypsy Lover" Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and Miss in Jacksonville spend m a
Health headquarters her time in bed. '
D. E. : chairman of at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Knight and climaxed Saturday night by Doris Crews. A special featureof
4.- this week as the result of a "Even
if there
music, has charge of the after- O. I.. Haynes. White dogwood the crowning of the king and the program was a plan. solo were not the,i
blossoms and daffodils, tastefully Club new wave of weight reduction ment of body
Officers Organized deterioration
noon's program and has announced by little Selita Sparks. -
In bowls and baskets, queen. which he observes is finding its considered, there ia thA
as her subject "Music In The Officers of the Woodman Circle Dr. W. E. Middleton, mayor, On Tuesday afternoon '),frs. H, into Florida. Starvation aaterlous tlli /
formed the decoration for the way effect bJf
upon their
Home. An interesting talk car- andJimmy's
placed the crowns upon Judy's L. Hough in Discussions -
and was medi-
met Saturday night organizedan diets and self-administered Women cannot
rying out this topic will be made living room where the guests were heads, after making a of the work in Cuba and non-medical possibly hope
cines prescribed by look
Officers Club the
for I
seated. Society
L. G. Powell. '' retain
by Mrs. fitting speech, and presented them Mexico were given by Mrs1. H. 'A. were also scored by the ful a )'or.
The program will also feature The meeting was presided over purpose of helping to make and with engraved loving cups as their Lawson, Mrs. W.: B. Alexander, public health official. cheeks appearance, with the holl, ,
different family groups in town. by the president, Mrs. E. K. Per- carry out the year's plan of work. reward for being selected rulers of and Mrs. L, A. Canova. Assisting gaunt eyes, sagging; t I
"If is to be taken off It and flabby muscles
The appearance of the St. Ceci- ryman; Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs trans- The following officers were elect- the day. They were also given in the devotional were Mrs. W. J. weight too which
lia Club of St. Augustine has been acted her duties as secretary and ed: Mrs Lois Hayes, president; the privilege of having their pic- Epperson, Mrs. A. M. Darby, and should be done gradually over a rapid is reduction otWeir.
long period of time via not only "Weight natural
postponed. Mrs. L. G. Powell gave a reportof tures made at Hoover Brothers'Studio Mrs. R. A. Thomas. to aOIDt
the financial condition of the Mrs. Frances McIntyre, vicepresident reward. diet but also massaging and ex- dividuala. Others are stout
SI Hostesses for the afternoon are: as a further Mrs L. G. Powell was in chargeof
4 ; Mrs. Maude Green, secre- ercising, as ordered by the indl- cause they eat too much
chapter.As The king and queen were selected B s
Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs II. V. the Wednesday night programand ercise too little. I
this Is Stephen Foster Mem- tary-treasurer. The club will by popular vote as a result of There Is ,DO
Knight, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. carried out study plans along John Powell and L. G. Powell gavea curate of
i J. C. Wallace, Mrs. J. C. Brooker orial Week, announcement was meet in the home of some officer the baby popularity contest, a feature -i the same lines of the home mis- vocal duet as a special numberon way checking tllil-
cept through the
Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. W.; J. made of the concert auditorium to be givenat the first Tuesday night in each of the festival sponsored by sion work. Mrs. Paul Raymond, the program and were accom- physician, and no examination safe toJf J "
the school
Epperson, Jr., and Mrs. R. J. Friday the Little Women. Miss Juanita Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., Mrs Tom way
month. panied at the piano by Mrs. L. A. trol weight ]
'ti Davis night. Accompanied by Mrs. Barefoot, sponsor of Judy, and Harding, and Mrs. V. H. Carden Canova. tion." except under his| 4Ir I
-4 Biggs and Mrs. Perryman, the Miss Edith Rowe, sponsor of Jimmy gave Interesting talks on the work. p
Woodmen District Meeting chapter joined in singing "Way Circles To Meet were presented with lovely

North East Florida District No. Down"Old Black Upon the Joe,Suwannee" "Ohl! Suzanna"River," Circles of the Woman's Mission- spring All kinds bags. of amusements for Store berg's, Store Marguerite's, Leila's Shoppe Beauty, Salon Stern-, J. M. ALVAREZ --- Est. 1894

5, Woodman of the World, will and several other of Stephen Fos- ary Society of the Methodist young and old, fortune telling, fishpond Lawson's Meat Market, Green's

hold its next regular meeting at ter's noted songs. church will meet Monday after- pony riding, etc., were to be Store, Ritz Theatre, Coca-Cola "The Dependable Store"
the women's club house, tonight The four hostesses served a noon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle Num- found at the festival which was I. Bottling Co., Wilson, Farris &
(Friday) at 7:30: o'clock. No in- tempting salad course with hot ber One
will meet at the home of under the direction of Miss Mlna Morrell through the of
itiatory work will be done. The tea to the following chapter mem- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith, with Manassa, chairman of finance of Tip Top Grocery, Swift courtesy& Co., New Ladies, Mens', Bo';
Starke Grove Woodman Circle bers: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Hal Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Sam Anderson the club. through the courtesy of S. R. Low Quarter

will be special guests (joint affair : Edwards, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. as hostesses. Circle Number A. L. Alvarez won a month's pass Johns' Store, Judge and Mrs. E.
). Perryman, Mrs E. S. Matthews, Two win meet at the home of Mr. to the Ritz Theatre for having the K. Perryman, Ward Baking Co., TENNIS SHOESBlue
A special Invitation Is extendedto Misses Olive and Amelia Ray, and Mrs. L. D. Vining, with Mrs. best pint of strawberries; Mrs. C. W. H. Smith, Sampson City,
every woodman In this district. Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. G. W Rob- Vining as hostess. W. Chalker, Mrs. Freeman Register Furchgott's and Jacobs' Jewelers, k or White
All members are urged to attend. erts, Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. and :Mrs. J. C. Wallace won Jacksonville
Biggs, Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. 8ge to $1.49
cakes and Mrs. Jim Yarboroughwon
-0----_____ .. L. G. Powell. Baptist W. M. S. To Meet :Miss Manassa also wishes to
a permanent wave. thank all those who assisted at y
The Circles of the Woman's Mis- Door prizes at the play Friday the carnival Saturday. For The I..adiesWILLIAMS
ENGRAVINGTHE O. E. S. To Meet sionary Society of the Baptist night were won by Mrs. E. K Over $100 profit was realized

Members of the Eastern Star Church will meet Monday afternoon Perryman and Miss Marion Dow- from the event. SHOES]
at 3:00: o'clock. Circle No.
will meet Monday night at 7:30: ling .
1 will meet with Mrs. W. H. Perkins Miss All Sizes
o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Manassa wishes to thank and Colors
; Circle No. 2 with Mrs. L. G. the following merchants who so TRAIN SCHEDULE I

Hemingway and Mrs. Orle Wig- generously contributed to the car- Schedule of trains arriving here $1.89 to $2.49
gins; and Circle No. 3 with Mrs.' nival: Hoover ''Brothers, Carpen- dally Subject to change without ,.
r C. A. Knight. ter's Drug Store, Canova's Drug notice Work Oxfords

t, SouthbouLd-Due Starke 89c to $1.35SEWELLHATS
+ No. 3.-Local. -___._ 11.25p.m. BOTANY TIES
No. Ill-Through____ 10.29p.m.
r In No. 107-Through____ 8.3T a. m. Guaranteed Wrinkle I'i i
I ..
Northbound-Due StarkeNo. Browns, Greens, Blues I'I

2-Local_______ 5.28 a.m. $1.00 Grays, Blacks and Whites )
FINEST THAT A.S.C.AthusiC.P. No. 108-Through____ 5.41 p.m.
MONEY CAN BUY -rir: All Over The World $1.00 to $1.49 ,
Lawyer Into Songwriter Starke and Bell Branch
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 I
: a. m.
VISITING. CARDS tad?, No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. Wilson Brothers Shirts and Pajamas
(Daily -except Sunday's) $1.75 this ,week ,



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EVERYBODY WELCOMED and urged to attend and It the owner of the shingle bear. ORIfI. r'G Our Special Country Roll
Ing this legend had been t"1f
content to
hear this
message vital to and old. 15e 27c
remain an obscure young lawyer In COFFEE Lb. BUTTER Lb.
=- Florida, the music-loving American! _
nation might never have sung t _.
"Stardust." For Hoagland Car. j' 5 Lb. 3 Lb.
mlchael. attorney, and lloagy Car-! 17e
Early American michael, composer of popular songs RICE BANANAS lOe
are Identical. Chief difference In _
the extremes of his dual personality
is that the lawyer was a dud-the 4 tall Libbys COMPLETE LINE STRAW
composer a top-ranking success. 25
Toiletries Today' Carmichael Is one of Hol I dining an offer' from a New York MILK e BERRY CUPS & CRATES
lywood's creators of song with house; then went to -
dozens of the nations favui ,' to "i : ) hang; out his shingle.
his credit. "Lazybones" llockln' Clients failed to materialize. He 2 Lb. Strip Breakfast
Scented With Old Spice Chair" "Georgia On My Mind," returned to Indiana, wavered for a 25c 20c
i "One Morning In May," "Little Old year between law and music, then OLEO BACON ..
ir r MADE Lady" these are a few of the Joined Jean Goldkette's orchestra.
BY SCHULTON songs that have spread his tame A few months later he organized
as a composer, and ertectutlly his own orchestra In Indianapolis; FAT No.2
Bath Salts, Bath Powder Toilet Water burled all recollections of his having then with the completed manuscripts 18c 6
ever been au aspiring young of "Stardust" and "Lazybones" HENS TOMATOES C
Toilet Soap, Bath Soap, Men's Shaving Soap, attorney. set out for Hollywood. His! '

Men's Talcum, Men's Cologne, After Shaving by Carmichael ear from his learned mother to, whose play piano rag returned leceptlou to was New disheartening.York, entered He a 3 Staley' 10 LBS SWEET 'cu

Lotion and Men's Shaving Mugs. time playing was the delight of the nnd music publishing house as arranger, STARCH lOe 13c
Bloomington Indiana neighborhoodwhere after two years. resurrected POTATOES
All Packed In almost forgotten
Novelty Wooden Boxes he was born. lie played his "Stardust"It
way through law school was an overnight c
in Indiana sensation.
University with' The young lawyer-composer 2 LBS 2 LBS.
a three-piece orches vaulted '
tra, and by way of diversion Into the spotlight. He was besieged 20 1f
Infants' Wear Pique Coats and Bonnets To Match posed "Riverboat Shuffle," in the with offers.' "Lazybones" followed APPLE JELLY C PEANUT BUTTER 20 (

Silk Coats and Caps Negro spiritual idiom. A group of Stardust. Hollywood called. He
professional musicians the Wolverines has been in the film capital for three
liked the number learned years interrupting his work in pIctures WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE TUXEDO & LARRO FEEDS
it from lloagy and recorded It. A occasionally to write a song or -
New Shipment of Blouses with Crisp or Organdy New York publisher heard the record two for musical shows tor example,
Lace TrimCLARJEAN and printed the music. It was "Little Old Lady, which was the F CLEAN cs
Hoagy'a first published work. Then bit of Beatrice Llnie'8 Broadway 150f
Paul Whiteman picked up his 'vehicle, "The Show Is On." WHITE CORN 135 MEAL
"Washboard Blues," but even that lloagy Is of medium stature slim, E EE' E
distinction did not impress Hoa.y athletic, a crack tennis player.
with his aptness In music. Ills Happily married, he enjoys his '
SHOPPE mind was on the law. Hollywood home; is a culinary expert E ED
He entered a.New and confesses he'd rather .' GOOD 16
York cent

Y PHONE 97 OR 34- ANYTIME fc*_ step towards a!Untie legal career Features bank" de.as A turn Photo out an Syndicate appetizing a new song new hit. dish than!' SCRATCH 1! .Is 80 ,SHORTS _1 55 D

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.\1:,. l\L\Jtcn S. 1939 BRADFORD cacyt-ry TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA
-- -- .__._-_._._ PAI1Ir. Flva
Mrs.. T. N. Black and son. Jimmy I yMY. and Mrs. I. W. Moore of 1- \Farm- Women Outlive her of white men, AIn

of Macclenney were guests Oftrcnmont, New York who have the cities the greatest num-
Monday of Mrs. Black's parents I been upending some time In South TheLetter I Their City SistersAll ber of white women died between

Bits of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. I Florida arrived Wednesday for a the ages of 70 and 74 years, while

i short visit with Mrs. Moore's I BoxDear Florida women live longer In the country Is was raised to
Mrs. O. K. Boles ana oaugtiter. father, J. D. '
Thompson.Mr. between 75: and T3
I Which
1 than men and colored people can years.
1n in Lydia of Gainesville were guests I I I add many years to their lives by refutes the old belief that the
IDc1 last
Nev week-end Mrs. Boles' parents Gene: farmer's wife has the hardest tot.:
\ and Mrs. J. R. Setzler.and I staying out of the cities accord-
and Mrs. N. J. Keene. I noticed mention of Scar
1 :UP.: and Mrs. Paul Alexander of your I Ing to an official report recently In the city the greatest number

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Laurens, S. C., were guests last lett O'Hara In the Telegraph and received by the Florida State of colored deaths occur between
n I Miss Katie Fugate of Jackson- \\'eelt-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. thought you'd like to see a letterI Board of Health Bureau of Vital 35 and 39 years of age; in the rur-

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN ville spent the week-end here as :Miwdy at their summer home on had from Margaret Mitchell. Statistics from the U. S. Bureau of al areas the greatest number was

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sabta Fe Lake. When I heard of the action the Census for the year 1937. between 50 and 34 years.
Colley and Miss Ocala I U. D. C., had taken con
i Fugate. The greatest number of deaths
cerning the role of Scarlett, I (
t Col. and Mrs. A. W. Stump of wrote Miss Mitchell a letter of among white people In Florida oc- i
t lean Griffls spent Monday Int Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Rou, of Watch for our Big Advertise New York City, spent Wednesday I appreciation of "Gone With the cured between the ages of 65 and iI I
Reddick, were guests afternoon meat next week telling all about 69 while colored
city. Sunday and: Thursday of last week with Wind." I told her that the Ocala years among
, of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray. ,The Rexall One Cent Sale at Car'penter's. UP.: and Mrs. F. F. Stump. After women were not expressing: the people the greatest number oc-
La Smith spent Wedy cured between and 54 of
Junius ViSIting here Col. and Mrs. Stump sentiment of the Florida Division years
l in Jacksonville. Everltt Rowe of Jacksonville r.--. went to Miami to spend several and that I felt she knew her Scar age. The ages between 65 and 69 I I
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter claimed the
spent the week-end here as the \\'eel\s. lett better than anyone else and years greatest num-
t Midge, and Mrs. J. M. Brown-
Lee and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins guest of Misses Edith and Ruth that if the young English woman

6 o t It Monday afternoon In Gamesj Rowe. Xee were In visiting Hawthorne friends last and Friday.Mr. relatives -. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- suited her and the producers, mental agencies, states, counties Provides i

j on business. it1t\Otl spent Thursday and Frid.iyIn then we should be satisfied. and cities are spending $100,000.- CASH-la event of accident. i

I Miss Marjorie Stump or Bunnell and Mrs. J. H. Tatum of De- Tampa, St. Petersburg, and I expressed a regret that while 00 so the commission would coat CASH-la event of illness
I attended the Flor- will spend this week-end here with a taxpayer, now paying $1,000 In
Harrell ; Scarlett Indomitable bill. ;
f B Land were guests last week-end Arcadia. They were accompanied possessed an CASH- pay hospital
', 'ower and Light Safety meet- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Struth and bobie from St. Petersburg! by Mrs. courage and a real pioneer spirit, taxes, only an extra $1.00; the CASH-To pay doctor bills b
,t J n Palatka last Friday. Stump.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts at M\mie S. Robinson who will visit that I deplored the fact that she average taxpayer, paying $100 or CASH-Or a monthly income
Lawtey. hate for some time. had become the accepted type of less only lOc. for life *t retirement. t
t'' il for the Original Rexall One and Mrs. J. R. Boring of Southern womanhood In many Any business man would not CASH-Or a monthly 1 income !

Sole at Carpenter's March Wialdo spent Saturday night with parts of the country.I hestltate to spend stuch a small for four loved ones in.Tint 1
Miss Phyliss Cleghon has returned fie One Cent Sale will of
17th and 18th. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Spring amount to correct prematuredeath.
V 16th, family. to her home in St. Peters- I bt- held on March 15tJi, 16th 17th, enjoyed the book most becauseI an expensiveand i

burg after enjoying a visit here wr d J8th at Carpenter's The Rex spent many happy days In unsatisfactory situation such You pay for Perfect Protection h
Irs. Williams of Oxford as we now have In our tax ,
Whltesville the site of whether own it or not-
with the Rev. and Mrs. Frank all Drug Store. near you
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Your pennies will buy real bar- thods.
,.4 [the guest Robinson.Dr. "Tarn." I caught the real atmosphere Send! for complete detail TODAY
of last week. gains at the Original Rexall One -NOWf
utto Friday Can anyone offer a good
1 of it, coinciding with my reason
Cent Sale March 15th, 16th, 17th The W. C. T. U. met last Friday
S. P. Vandivlere of Brunswick girlhood memories. I also had an why FLORIDA should not have a HAROLD C. WALL,
and the Rev. and and 18th at Carpenter's.Mrs. .
F Klckliter With Mrs. J. W. White. Eleven STATE TAX AND FINANCE
Ga., arrived Thursday to uncle mortally wounded In the
L, A. Shepherd of! the State spend the remainder of the week members and two visitors were Battle before Atlanta.I COMMISSION? Reliance Ufo Insurance Com-
i spent Sunday In Pal atka. H. A Bishop and her houseguest present. to enjoy the Interesting of
here with Mrs. Vandivlere and think "Gone With the Wind"possesses Perry Q. Wall, pany PltUburg
Mrs. A. D. Williamson of program The Union will meet
Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Tampa, Fla.
real historic value and
and Mrs. Orle Wiggins and I Bradenton, spent Monday In Jack today with the president, Mrs. F. ------
, sonville. not only was it the best book of
Hemingway spent A. Scott. I mlWlriIYIWIm ,
the year, but of the age.
j iy afternoon in Jacksonville. Anderson and family will be in- In her reply, Miss Mitchell
Mrs. J. M Brownlee spent a few
interested to learn that they are Mrs.\ Mary Dover has returnedto thanked me for my intreest and
days this week In Jacksonville
will 5c
lie Telegraph pay you
to the Alexander home here after visiting In Tip Grocery
moving today Mr
bund for old sterllzed cotton with her daughter. Miss Martha continued as follows: "I had nothing
Brownlee. house on Cherry Street. St. Petersburg. She was accompanied whatever to do with the
buttons wanted.
No or pants
home by Mrs. Willie Gib- choice of Vivien Leigh for the

Mr. and, Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Mrs. VW. B. Sewell spent todayin Bon and son, Billy, who will makea part of Scarlett. I realize that
Jacksonville spent the week-end Gainesville. She was accompanied brief visit here with Mrs. CibseA's the belief is widespread throughthe I AND MARKET
home by her sister, :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. parents South that I am In some way
R. Johns, Jr. Jennings Cottrell of Leesburg who Kendrick.: engaged on the film version of 'fj SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY

will spend the week-end here. my book, but this is not true.
MARCH 3 & 4 1939
a Miss Hazel Lennon of Gaines- Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. H. C. When I sold the movie rights, It i ,
Save your pennies for The Rex- was with the understanding thatI
ville their minuet
spent several days this week Rltch presented
e tlis here with her parents. Mr. and all One Cent Sale at Carpenter's.Full group and the Starke Rhythm would have nothing to do with
information In next w( k's the film in I, did no I "fu;
Mrs. E. Lennon. Rand on the program at the any way. Tomatoes 71
paper. WnJan's Club at the State Farm work on the script I am not em- c Oranges

Miss Hazel Lennon, who has Tuesday afternoon. They wereaccompanied ployed as a technical adviser, and ,.
been working in Jacksonville for Mr. and Mrs. Merrywell Smith : to the Farm by Mrs. I do not even intend to go to --

the past several months, is visit- of Yuma Arizona, were guests last Sate Anderson, and Mrs. One Hollywood during the filming. The Celery Fancy 5c Lettuce Hd. 7'cIIEAUT11"UL I
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
i exceed $114,000.000 ing here this week. Williams truth of the matter is that I ,
Smith en route to their home after ly know no more about the film'

ore than $4&oOOO,000 insurance spending some time in Palatka.Mr. than other reader,
any newspaper
Bring your old Mterill/ed cotton Pro and Mrs. J. H. Daniel, of : .ELLOW WIN.SAI'I': E\TING
tin force the
for It is from newspapers that:
to the and receive
rags Telegraph C. White Jacksonville, were guests Sunday
and Mrs. George I information. :
irger than 90 per cent of the 350 5c A pound for them. No buttonsor and daughter, Frances, of Talla- of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Dr. gather"I agree my with you In your deploring BANANAS APPLES
I American Life Insurance pants though. and Daniel Is presiding elder of the
companies Saturday
hassee, were guests fact that Scarlett Is accepted -!
Sunday of Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs.G. Jacksonville district and while 3 lbs.
as the true Southern type. ; lOc Dozen 23c
Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. K. G.
Life has than 123 at
jcliance paid more W. Alderman, and Mrs. L. A. here preached Sunday morning Of course, I never Intended her to I
Mrs. D. P. I
j million dollars to policyholders Carpenter Canova. the: First Methodist Church and I
bo considered in this No
and bcacficiaricj since and Mrs. W. B.,Sewell spent Wed- conducted conference at light.

in 1903.I.UIOLD organization nesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. J. F. Johnson and daughter tb..e) o'clock quarterly in,jthe afternoon. I[drawn author a likes typetiuthors to think that like she to feel has I : No. 1 IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. 20c

of Plant City and
O. WALL, Agency Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nussbaumof that they have portrayed a per- 6
Merrill Struth of Sanford were I Mrs. C. W. Chalker, with Mrs. son.

irlljince Life of Insurance Company Jacksonville of Mrs. Nussbaum's were guests parents Sunday week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville attended "CordiallyMargaret ALL BREAD or ROLLS 3 for 25c

Pittsburff Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate I the Garden Club in Day- "- Mitchell Marsh. ,

Struth. tcija) Beach this week. Thursday Your friend, .
Mrs Chalker left Daytona for DeIand Lucia S. Alvarez. VAN CAM111' tilt 1'1111.1..11'/1/ t
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. TOM A TOE S
Pork & Beans
Jacksonville were guests Sunday!
NAT SEZ: George A. Marks before returning Dear Mr. Matthews: .
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and home Sunday. She will be accompanied Forty-five states have COMMISSIONS -

r A woman la as> old as she looks Miss Eva Rlgdon. They were accompanied < to Starke by Mr. and Mrs. BOARDS, or ASSESSORS lIb. Can 5c No. 2 Can 6c ;

and a man Is as old as he feels, home by Miss Marlon Marks\ and daughter, Sue, who exercising more or less control
Pennell of Boston, Mass., who has will spend the day here as guestsof over TAXATION and PUBLIC
at least that's what I've alwaysheard. spent the past four weeks here Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mrs. Darby FINANCE.The 1

Still, a woman can. put on with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. will accompany them back to De- tax situation in Florida has GRITS or MEAL S lbs. lOc

a little- rouge und powder and look Rigdon. Miss Pennell will leave I Land and will remain for a two been Investigated by a committeeof tRice

like sweet sixteen, but a man poor by boat from Jacksonville Wed- weeks' visit. the University of Florida; the

old fellow, no matter how younghe nesday for New York and Boston. Florida, appointed Citizens & by Finance Governor Committee 5 Ibs. 17 Sugar, 5 Ibs. 23c j

feels, \\1ien he starts losing his A CHURCH OF CHRIST
Carlton; and a Special Committee,
hair ,some durn fool takes the joy The Church of Christ will hold appointed by Governor Sholtz. All BEST SMOKED: I'ound IUoIi'r: WJlI'fE I'ouudt

out of life by calling him Uncle. services on Sunday, March 5, at' of these committees recommendeda
I the) Masonic Hall on Call Street, STATE BOARD or COMMIS- t- Bacon ISc Bacon 12'/c' !
Bible study will begin at 10:30: a.
SION to handle tax matters, and .
All A New Shipment of m., end sermon at 11. Perrymond
Squared Up far gave reasons therefore that can-
1 Depfcison of Midway, a young minister not be answered. REX 11'UILE JFV1'EId, I

. \\merican Play Days! MENS TROUSERS I8I1E SURE will speak In the morning Many people Imagine a TAX : 9c
on: 'Four Steps into the Church, COMMISSION will assess taxes LARD Pound
has just arrived Seven Steps into Heaven." At the
I and do away with our local ass-
M evening service he. will speak on
? \ line of Men's essors. This, of course Is not
very pretty FOR SALEOneyearold ,Jlgus- "T summer pants and slacks trum plants, 15c each. Mrs. Free The public 10 invited to attend. true. A COMMISSION properly
Flume Itp equipped would establish: Rules -
a r ranging in price from for all local assessors to followIn MILK FLOUR

i FOR SALE 1931 Chevrolet tudor NOTICE establishing actual values and

$1.49 upI sedan in excellent condition. A41 Woodmen Circle members assessment values; UNIFORM AC- 2 Tall Cans I Ie 121bs.25c
Bargain for cash-no trades. C. and: members of the Woodman COUNTING In all counties so the

V. Ingleright, Starke. Itp Circle Juniors are requested to public could make comparisons as
I hjm4 their dues in to Mru L. S. to the cost of administration In COUNTRY KIST PEAS :1 Cans I
SALE Best offer gets lots FIELD PEAS WITH SNAPS Cans
Hutto, Secretary .not later than the different counties. It would
New Spring Line 11 and 12 Temple's addition to Sa.ttU'dayafternoon, as remittance also study what Is being done In COUNTRY KIST CORN, :1 Cans
Starke. Mrs. P. E. Bailey, Camilla must be made Monday. all the different states and obtain d FRESH FRUNES, 2 No. 2t/h Cans 25 tf

I MENS SHOES Ga. 2-24 4tp --. the very best information and ad- f MARYLAND SPINACH, :1 Cans C ,

FOR SALE One double Cole 'THOSE OWTllMATCJlES I vice, and furnish it to the public GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 4 Cans ;
Whites, Brown and White planter, cheap to the lucky one. YOU' are an old timer if you re- and the legislature. A Tax Com- j I

Tan and Brown and Greys.A R. L. Batten, Route 1, Box 63 ineinber when the common type of mission properly equipped would RED GOLD TOP Found
Starke, Fla. UpI a watch was the sulphur match. not cost more than 100000.00 per FFEEl 15c COFFEE 18c I

very nice assortment ata TIle sulphur match was dipped in annum and our different goveraR' .

afford toG I FOR RENT-Upstairs apartment, sulphur to form the striking end. TIP TOP Pound TIP TOP l'ackage
price you can furnished or unfurnished, newly The claim made for sulphur matches
pay decorated. Mrs. F. H. Long. ltp :\ was that sparks would not COFFEE 20c TEA 10c

I ttes when were struck. The B&*
fly they
FOR RENT Furnished apart- << WISCONSIN Pound
'u'0.N.. $2.98 up old ftulphur match was quite odorous I
ment with private bath, extra : BUTTER 30c
.... and after having been
:s. Step out in square room If desired. Locked garage.F. .
$ 95 struck had to be held awhile until
}i j 1 toes and square | A. Scott, Phone 54. Itp FANCY IJltI'HREJ: Pound
,. heels. Gay sum- JL'"" the wood ignited. After the sulphur -
mer colors in cool WANTED-The Starke Stave Mill matches came the present

'ttOQ ur 1 to tie in beautifully with Beautiful Patterns Is now In operation and In the type of match which first came HENS WEIGHT 21ciJ

summer dresses. The thick market for stave blocks and out under the name Parlor match. B
epe sole is a dream of comfort. MENS SHIRTS heading blocks. Starke Stave One of the ingredients in the early ., V J RED LINK' found

Exclusive Agency Mill. W. P. Smith., 3-3 2t I Parlor match heads was phos-
No matter what price shirt i phorus. In the early days of the SAUSAGE

ole Proof HosieryThree buy at this store you WANTED Man for Rawlelgb match industry the phosphorus 121/c
you Route In Bradford, Union, Put- furbes were highly poisonous and
thread and four of the highest
be assured Permanent If ,
can nam Countlea would attack the jaw bones of
>read TUB Pound
[ 'and 7 thread
quality. Hanging in you are a hustler. Sales way up workers with decayed teeth and

service price from this year. For particulars write destroy them. One manufacturer BUTTER 3Ic

79c pair Rawlelgh's, Dept. FAC-223-103V I discovered a means of making the
Tenn., or see E. C.
$1.00 Memphis compound used In the heads of
2 pairs for $1.50 up Vaughan, Green Cove Springs, thatches that did not require phosphorus MONEY SAVERS i t mn Pound

IT PAYS TO BUY AT Fla. 4tp 3-17 Instead of patenting it Every Kuslnew Need Them i '
fat his STEW BEEF
WANTED Old sterllzed cotton own use or keeping it a BUY FROMBradford 12'/c
We secret as he might have done, he
rags. No buttons or pants. 1
released the formula to the entire
_ w q pay County 5c<< Telegraph.per pound. Bradford match Industry, thus freeing County LARGE PICKLE Each

workers) from the necessity of !
LOST-A large blonde Persian cat. wotJctng with the deadly phos Telegraph 1 PIG FEET 5c

Finder please return to Mr*. N. phorus. STARKE FLORIDA.

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" H Our High Light Rate

,d Is Strangling Starke's Progress

oj 1!
Ladies and gentlemen, the sole purpose of this advertisement, paid for by the hard-earned cash of public- ."
spirited citizens of Starke, is to let you see what you are really paying for electric current from our municipally
owned plant, and to make you realize how it is retarding the progress of our fine little city.

;: For instance: Suppose a man named John Smith came here for the purpose of building a home and going into
\ business where he could make a modest living. The first thing he would want to do would be to fix up his busi-
/ ness to where it would be up-to-date in lighting and a credit to the town. He would also want his home to be well- '
lighted. Everything would be all right until the first of the month rolled around and he received a bill for electric
i current that would cause him to stare in amazement and say to himself: "What kind of a place is this? Don't they
J want new people to move here and build up the town? Well, if they do, they surely don't show it by the light
" rate!I"

An article appeared in the Telegraph a few months back stating that the City Bond Trustees were going to '
consider giving us the small concession of a four-cent cooking rate. But what happened to their good intentions? We
have a Board of Bond Trustees in the City appointed by the City Council who in turn are elected by the people;
also a municipal light plant that is supposed to be the people's plant. Then why is it that the PEOPLE can't get a
decent rate so that they can use enough current to operate the ordinary conveniences and necessities of life?

Some time back the issue arose that the City needed an additional unit for making electrical current and it
was purchased at a cost to the city of around $25,000. This was all right, but still, on the other hand, if you don't
have means for carrying the current you are still at a handicap. The reason given for the purchase of the new unit
was that the plant was overloaded. We have been in the plant when the new unit was running with no more load
than 50 KWH on the board, or at no more than one-fifth cf its capacity. The reason given for this was that it was
"cheaper to run the new unit than any of the other two on hand." Now, everyone knows that a deisel engine will
run smoother with a maximum load than when it is only partly loaded, because it is made to carry a load. We are
not advocating overloading any piece of machinery, however. But with a decrease in the light rate we would be w"
encouraging consumers to use more, making this a better and more attractive town to live in. We would have .,
more Neon signs, more electric ranges, water heaters, electric refrigerators, waffle irons, flat irons, and other
things too numerous to mention. At the present time we haven't a single electric range operating in our little city,
whereas they are even beginning to use electric ranges now in the country. This is certainly a reflection on the
City of Starke.
We do not want this advertisement to be interpreted as advocating the sale of our municipal plant to some
private enterprise. Such an interpretation would be ridiculous as we know we have a good thing in our plant and
we want to keep it. We are simply making an earnest plea for a reasonable light rate, and we sincerely hope that
',\.' this plea will be accepted in the spirit in which it is made. E. A. WINKLER ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR >
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CITY Population 1st. KWH 25 KWH 40 KWH 100 KWII 250 KWH 500 nWII:
Alachua .____________ 865 1.90 2.85 4.28 5.70 11.40
Bartow ____________ 5.269 1.50 2.50 4.00 6.00 10.00 15'00
Blountstown ________ 1,270 2.00 3.00 ,1.50 6.50 10.38 16'63
Bm.hnell ____________ 591 1.75 2.75 3.65 6.50 11.00 18:50:
Fort Meade _________ 1,981 1.80 3.00 4.80 4.88 11.00
Fort Pierce _________ 4.803 1.50 2.50 4.00 5.75 9.75 21.00 14.75 }
Gainesville ---------- 10,465 1.50 2.50 :f.'B'D: 5.13 10.38 19:13:
Green Cove Springs __ 1,719 1.90 2.8a 4.28 7.60 : 11.40
I lIom.estead _________ 2,319 2.10 3.50 5.30 6.50 s 8.50 13:50 16.15:
lfsslmmee _________ 3,163 1.71 2.8a 3.90 6.23 \ 9.79
Lake Helen __________ 850 2.00 2.40 3.60 6.00 u': 12.50 22'00 1573
Lakeland ___________ 18,554 1.95 3.25 .. 5.20. 6.40 9.40 13:40:
____ ___ .
Lake Worth 5.9,10 2.0 3.2 5.13 .60 9.88
Leesburg ___________ 4,113 1.3. 2.2 3.60 0).20 .F': 9.58 17.00
l\Ioorehaven _________ 612 2.25 3.7a 6.00 6.00 ..;"-., 11.50 15.83
l\lount Dora ________ 1,613 1.50 2.40 3.55 6.25 10.25 19.00
Newbelry ___________ 766 1.80 2.90 4.20 6.28 13.03 2.1'28 1525
New Smyrna Beach -- 4,149 2.00 2.99 4.54 5.40 10.25 16:50:
Ocala---------------__ 7,281 1.50. 4.00 5.50 9.75
Orlando ____________ 27,330 1.35 2.0 2.97 5.49. 8.19 1600 12:69:
Quincy ____________ 3,788 1.00 1.2a 2.00 5.00' 9.00
River Junction ______ 5,624 1.50 2.50 4.00 6.25 13.75 26'25 14.00
Saint Cloud ________ 1,863 1.96 3.0 ,i 3.20 5.60 : 10.30 17:80:
Sebring ___________ 2,912 1.50 2.5d 3.80 6.80. 11.30 18.80
STARKE _____ 1,339 1.48 2.47 3.96 8.55 16.20 27.45
Tallahassee 10,700 1.0a 1.75 2.80 a.80
--------- # 9.80
Vero Beach _________ 2.268 1.50 2.50 3".55 6.40 9.40 14'40 1380
Wauchula 2.574 1.80 3.00 4.80 5.25
----------- 9.75
WllUston ____________ 940 2.00 3.00 4.10 7.30 12:80: 20:30 15.25: :,


H. H. Houston A. Hartman Torode Chevrolet Co. "

Mr. and Mrs. T. Olsen :,;?'j Kelly's Place N. D. Wainwright, Jr.: ':

W. E. Bryant :Y' L. B. Alvarez Dr. W. B. Parks

D. C. Kinlaw B. E. Hatfield R. M. Cooper '.

Sam Anderson C. G. Priest Charley E. Johns

Court House Cafe Mina Manassa H. A. Lawson

C. M. Ritch E. A. Winkler T. J. Griffin

Dad Pender L. S. Hutto B. F. Hall

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Vclmit Norman, Cor.J '

I M Rosier and little grandson JjuP(1)t)

Thn I Jimmy Lee, of Woodlawn Comments On Here

were visiting Levy Norman and i
And Hereafter
AO flOf ere "Mt1aoJM'.,.a Mmit 'lUll'
family here on business Tuesday I

ALSE.Y RAINES 7SS11at I afternoon. I

.. Fred, Brence, and Louie Roberta Christians are exhorted to be
tt.- of Lacoochee spent the week-end diligent in business fervent In
Rev. 1. A. Shepherd, nev. Frank Robinson Supplied by R.v. Fred Yerkee, Jr. Rev W. T. McGuire
has happened BO far "Shut up and get to work1"Starkey here with their sister, Mrs. William spirit, serving the Lord. From Pastor Pastor Rev, Dr Rice and Rector Pastor

[ learning that Bullet Lineunderedlroction said grimly. "We ain't Sapp. my wide experience in dealing A. :1. Thomas Supt, E. K. P.rrymn.n, n.v. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt Sunday School upt.'!

Ln for slave'Jing got but a minute! Listen to 'em!" Miss Irene Sapp of Vanderbiltwas with Christian workers I have Sunday School aen. Superintendent Orl'anl.t Mt.. Ella J. Sa..e Ltlmmle Garrett School
Sunday School ot Church School' 1\rs. m. A(. Davis Orl'an..t Sunday
of a man "Get under that bunk and hold the guest of Mrs. Frankle Gay found that vary few of them live 11:45: A. M. Church School Church School Supt \Ir"! James Carlisle 10 o'clockMorning

3 Arnold, Morgan.. the on tight!" of Heilbronn Springs Friday aft up to this divine Injunction. The 11 A.Service M. Morning 10 A'W M,r hlp Roy Mathews Sunday Services School Every Wor.hlp 2nd Service Sunday

led desperado Blake The sheriff twirled his gun ernoon. Christian leaders who have moved Replier Training. Service, 11 A. M. Church School 10 AM' It o'clock a. mInion
( ere l\l. 10 A. 1\(. 1:80 ; p. m.
from the bandits. four T. L. the world for God have always JJvenlnlf Worship !';un'ays 11 A. M.
he Howard
trt'll eIM.apes nervously as saw of the of Raiford was Evening Service, Service, 1:80: P. M. Morning Worship -- Prayero'clock Meeting
I1rnlng to Cumberland he In- mob bringing up a long piece of visiting Milton Norman of this been men and women who were 1:30: P. M. Young People's 11 A. M. trrlday.1:80: P. 1\1., Wednesday Night
there of his in business. There is no Prayer Meeting League Meetings Holy DaY.l0 A. Y. 1:10: o'clock
section diligent
18 the Marshal timber to be used as a batteringram. Saturday. Wednesday, 7:80: P.l\L 8:80: P. M.
4 Jessie Arightman and Enoch "big job" in God's business for Pianist Prayer Meeting DUN. ALLIANCE
onturkey worker who Is careless about Mrs. Mona Canova Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. President
Kelly of this section visited any MISSION II\.U.
Opening the window, he tried to Levy Choir Director GOSPEL TAB The Rev. Frank
iie Is In love and her Norman of Vanderbilt Thursday his work or who neglects the details John 11 Powell Mrs. F It. Long. Robinson
whom plead with them but his voice Chairman Oraanlet and Choir Sponsors: Sponsored by
+l who Is co-owner of night. of his job. Men may have a Director Vice President
ft Amanda, was drowned by contused shoutsas Board ot Deacons hire and Mrs 1\lr. and 1\11'8.
t the heavy pole was brought Collie Manning of Water Oak certain type personality that will J. F. Klckllter Mr.. E. K. Perryman, J. T' Quigley J. T. Quigley The Shepherd Rev. Leslie
Chairman A..I.tant Oraanlst EVRnlirelleUo service
Ilse.CII.tl'TER forward, aimed at the door, justas visited Levy Norman Sunday aft "get them by" temporarily, but Board or Trustees T. T. Long Assistant. Bible Study, each each Friday evening Secretary-Trea.ul'
TENs Puff applied a match to the ernoon. failure Is ahead of young people 1.. a. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 1:80 1:80 o'clock The Rev. Fred Yerkee

E. J. Norman of who neglect writing letters that -
Long Bridge
off short fuse and dashed away to
the deputy led Starkey visited his son, L. L. Norman, of should be written, who put off MISSION lULLNU
hold the horses In control.As PASSION PLAY Presiding ElderPreached
Itail. Blake stopped the Vanderbilt section Monday making calls that should be made, TAHKKNACLK:
r know how things look to the battering ram demolished afternoon. who are too lazy to build a pro- TO BE SHOWNIN Sunday

but you're thinking things" the door, there was a terrific Mr and Mrs. F. :M.: Norman of gram or who are just generally MOVIE FORMIt John Hershey of Philadelphia, -

|ut me that aren't true, he explosion at the rear of the jail. this section were visiting Mr. and negligent. The fundamental prin- a close relative of the famous In spite of the drenching rain

P, tested For a moment the mob recoiled, Mrs. Bob Halslop of Rising Sun- ciples of business are the same, chocolate manufacturer, was the last Sunday a large congregationmet

he looked at him coldly. "The then there was a rush toward the day afternoon. regardless of the field of business is expected that many hundreds guest speaker at the Mission Hall at the Methodist Church for

x jy time I ever thought anything blast Kirby Crews and Lawrence Ad- lit which we work. Men who are of Starke people, and those Tuesday night. An unusually the morning service of worship.At .

1, Kut you that wasn't true," she Starkey crawled out from under i kins of Pleasant Valley visitedF. faithful in little things are sooner from surrounding territory, will large audience was out to hear this hour the pastor, the Rev.
"was when Iwght the bunk to see that a large partof I be present at the First Methodist
a deliberately, M. Norman of this section or later trusted in the manage- him and his message was Inter- Frank Robinson, presented to the
you had the instinct of a the wall had been blown away. Thursday afternoon. ment of larger things. God never Church Friday night, March 10, at eating and his manner of delivery congregation the Rev. Dr. J. H.

tleman." Still covered with a bit of plaster Morris Johns of Heilbronn turns a "big job" over to any man 7:30: o'clock to see the new and was excellent. George F. Tibblts Daniel, Presiding Elder< of the

he swept out of the room, fol- and choking from the dust, he Springs and Miss Iris Sapp of who was not faithful to the details beautiful motion picture film of of "Park 0' The Palms" and his Jacksonville District, who preached
Aunt Amanda. Blaked plunged through the opening and of the "little I have the "LIFE OF CHRIST," and the
ed by this section attended church services Job" trio of boys were there to assist an Interesting and forceful ser
watching them unhappilya I raced to where Puff stood waiting at Lawtey Sunday night. spent much of my time waitingfor "PASSION PLAY, depicting the in the meeting. The trio both mon. Assisting in this service

moment Then he turned to with the horses. Quickly they Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Norman of people who were late for en- story of Jesus from the nativityto sang and played on their Instruments were Mra. F. H. Long at the organ,

I mounted and spurred off, just as I gagements or checking people who the Ascension. It is based upon Choir.In .
:hran. this section were shopping In accompanied by "Pop" and members of the
i and patterned after the world-
Starke Saturday afternoon. were Inclined to neglect details. Tibbits on his portable organ. Mrs. the afternoon Dr. Daniel presided -

When you consider that back of famous Freiburg and Obernmmer- Hershey sang a lovely solo. It over the third Quarterly

Gx nits! God's commands He has put His gau "Passion Plays" of Europe, was a meeting long to be remembered Conference which was attended by
: and was actually filmed in Europe ,
tt Mrs. L. O. Smith, Cor own omnipotence, you can readilysee by those who were able to many of the officials of the
the HOLY LAND, and Egypt, at a
; that a large percentage of all I attend Church and a number of vlaitora.

3 J; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and the Christian workers In the worldare I tremendous coat It is being Mr. Hershey used as his Scripture Reports were heard from the pastor

; 4 sons, Charlie and Bobble and Mr. less than one hundred percent brought here by the National the 121st Pusulm. He stressed and other officials concern-

and Mrs. Milo Frazier of Chicagowere efficient.A Bureau for Religious and Educa
the thought that today, as ever, ing the spiritual and financial
I tional Films. A complete and
) : visiting relatives at Winder- work horse may be diligentin we need to look to the Lord for state of the Church. Showingthat

" mere Sunday. They also visited business. Slowly he pulls the very appropriate musical score help. Man is constantly creating during the quarter many physical -

{: Orlando and New Smyrna before load day by day. He doesn't will be played throughout the entire I commissions and organizing agencies improvements had been madeon
film, on special sound equipment
returning home. neglect his work. Some horses are to solve the social, moral, eco the building and parsonage;

'. t v,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton not only diligent in business, they reproducing some of thewoild'a nomic and religious problems that that the attendance upon the ser-

." are the proud parents of a lovely are fervent In spirit. They go with choicest orchestral, organ, continually confront him. But vices, and the Spiritual state of

' baby boy born February 27. their heads up and show animal and choral music by famous com these organizations can do no the Church wall in good shape. At

. ,'! Mrs. J. H, Surrency was visit- posers, blending in with the magnificent than afford service the led
" __ enthusiasm. They have spirit and more a temporary re- the evening pastor
I: ; '; J ing in Jacksonville Sunday. snap. But no horse even consci- scenes, which portray, in lief. When they have solved one the worship and centered his
authentic and historic fashion
" _ Little Miss Myrtle Thomas spent entiously pulled the load or car- problem three others rise up and thoughts around the subject of
the Life Cruciftctlon and Resurrection
t the week-end with her grand ried a high bead knowing that he clamor for Immediate solution "The Victories of the Cross"; a

".. mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas at was serving the Lord. Animals of Jesus. This film has The I'Hiilmlat said, "My help cometh Lenten thought, observing the
Y been exhibited to than
more one
4 Brooker. have no God-consciousness. Man from the Lord, which made first Sunday In Lent.

, ... ,1 Little Miss Mildred Thomas was has no divinity in his own nature. million people during the past two heaven and earth." If we could A continued study of the "Life

" "1 thought you were t za visiting her grandmother, Mrs. But man when he Is born again, years and Is approved by more only take our eyes off the human of Christ" will be presented at the

1 Oendeman" Jhi '. Lizzie Dryden In Starke over the has a God-consciousness. We are than a thousand of the largest long enough to find the will of mid-week worship services on each
saidcoWty. Churches in America. A
al 1 weekend.Mrs. exhorted to do everything for the very God we would be a long ways to- Wednesday evening during the

I Neta Padgett of Halow. glory of God. "I cannot afford toI spiritual and reverent atmosphere ward finding a solution for every Lenten season, following throughthe

Ga.., was visiting her mother, Mrs. do that," a young woman said I' is established and maintained problem that presents Itself.TAHKRNACLE life of Jesus with suggestive

Lpt.s go," he muttered. I In the mob surged into view. There Kate Starling Sunday. one time. "Why not?" her girlfriend I throughout the entire program studies by different members and

his cell In Jail, Starkey was was a shot, and Puff toppled from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hinds of asked. "I am a Christian' and leaves the audience in a med groups. These services are held

Ing earnestly to the sheriff. his horse Instantly killed. Star- Tampa have recently moved to the young lady answered. There I itative, prayerful, and heart- Last Thursday night, Rev. J, S. at 7:30: o'clock each Wednesday

|l done you a lot of favors, ain't key raced on at a dead run, and our section. are certain kinds of work a Chris- searching mood, provoking thought Flacks of Minneapolis, Minn., I night.

liarney! ?/ he demanded, holdingto heaved a sigh of relief when he I Irene Hazen was one of the Glee tian would just naturally refuseto concerning the reality of the spoke at a special meeting. Mr. Next Sunday morning the pas..

( the bars. reached the cover of the woods. j Club members who sang over the do because he is a Christian. "I Christian principles in their dally Stouffer who accompanied him tor will conduct the service and

The sheriff shook his nead. "If Blake, determined to prove that :' radio at Gainesville Saturday. cannot take that job. I am against lives. The film Is one of unusual Hung two Gospel solos.' Mr. Flacks will administer the Sacrament of

et you out of here, there goes the slave-running wagon was one i G. C. Cox and Westly Godwinof I that business It Is sinful," a beauty, and has been highly used as his Scripture the let the Lord's Supper at that time.

, job. owned by the Bullet Line, searched Melrose were visiting Mr. and I Christian young man said one day. praised wherever it has been Psalm stressing the first word In The full ritual of the Methodist

f'Dut I'll back, Barney!" for the trail, accompanied by I! Mrs. J. E. Call Sunday.Mrs. The plowman in the field can plow shown. The public In most coidlal- the psalm which literally translated Church, together with choral and
come invited to attend. There will
Cochran. But the road was now Bunnie Easterling and saying to himself, "This is God's ly from the Hebrew means, It congregational responses will be
"Don't wor-
rkey pleaded. you covered with snow, obliterating children and Mr. Summers of soil and I am God'a servant, I plow be no admission charge, a free- Is well with me. used.
j about me coming back. I justto
to any traces of his quest. Gainesville were visiting In Lake for His glory." The woodsman in will offering being received to as- Last Friday night the regular e> ,
do two things: I got get sist In defraying the
t Arnold--that rat that Arnold had anticipated what City Sunday. the forest It he fells a tree, can expenses. meeting wan held with the regular rKKSBYTRKlAN rUUKCH

lying he would happen. He realized that We are sorry to report Mrs. Ida say, "God planted this for me. I In case our auditorium will not local workers In chatge. There I Next Sunday'a sermon at the
down to was
and me
ore up accommodate the crowds that willattend
Abolitionist saint and all thee Blake Cantrell would return and Jones has been on the sick list but am His servant. I fell this tree I will be another meeting held next i' Presbyterian Church, telling how
he's, Mor- could make It hot for him. Now Is some better at this time. and saw this wood for the gloryof showing arrangementshave Friday night. 'I the Impossible came true by means)
4 I didn't know that "
been made to repeat the film
he waited with three confederatesin God A young Christian at On the night of March 21 another beyond any human contriving, Is

j n" !" a little gulley from which they heard Starkey cull to Arnold. "I play can say, "This is God's airI later in the same evening. It Is special speaker will be at the entitled "The Ward of an Em-

.Morgan could see the top of the wrecked want you alive!" am breathing, and my body Is suggested however that everyone Tabernacle. Watch for further i pire." In discussing the topic, the
"Yeah Barney, yeah! I gotta come at the 7:30 hour and viewit
Bullet Line wagon. Their pat! A look of amazement crossed the temple of the Holy Ghost. I announcements. I pastor, C. C. Adams, stated this
him. and then I to get
got at this time. The Church doors
ence was rewarded as Blake and Arnold's face when he saw Star- play this game for the glory of -- .---- week: "There was once a man
Cantrell. After that I don'tye will be
fit from 7 o'clock. Tickets
lemme Cochran came Into sight and pulled key. He dropped his gun, smiling God May God give to us who open HOATDRAIN with two Intense purposes; one
Come on, Barney, will be distributed throughout the
I up by the wagon. confidently. Starkey advanced still are His children an ever-abiding town the Churches and !Hint. /. Z. Orim. Cor. wan to worship at the shrine of
Blake too, moved among his race, the other, to visit the
him. God-consciousness that will make
Blake said. "That covering -
"There it is,
[ Barney shook his head. "I can't the civic organizations, but are not
canvas is what we want. Right forward, realizing he was helpless all work and all play sacred.luWOKER required for admission. Mrs. P. Tt. Johnson and Miss capital of the empire of which he
itThey Sunio Johnson of Itaiford spent was a citizen. The city of the
[ were Interrupted by a where it's marked 'Bullet Line. anyway. Our Church stands ready at all
that gun, Blake!" Star- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z.Grlffi shrine was filled with enemies who
jock at the rear door of the Jail. He dismounted, brought out a "Drop smiling times to render any assistance in thirsted to him. The capitalwas
barked. Cantrell obeyed, slay
Je sheriff lifted the heavy wood- knife and cut out the stenciled key shrewdly. Mrs L. L. Parker, Correspondent" a Spiritual way to the people of Among those attending the HO far away that he could not

crossbar and opened It to admit words. our community, both In its public
j here to the cost of the journey -
a good thing you got birthday dinner at the home of hope pay
Puff. Puff was almost breath- Suddenly, from the fringe of the s Marion Gatlin services and by the individual
did.." Arnold said. Mrs. Ralph Gainey, In honor of Yet the Muster of his soul
:i i with excitement as he rushedto woods where the bandits were when you Funeral services for Marlon services that the pastor Is able that his desires shouldbe
"It ain't going to be so good Albert Griff, were Mrs FmmaHOI'ee : promised
Starkey's cell. hidden, a shot rang out. Cochran Gatlin were held in Deaden lo render. The pastor considers Bible School will be
returned savage- Harold and Doyle gratified.
and ,
Starkey sons,
'Boss horse galloped off. At for you, Church Sunday, February 26. He It a to be of service to
there's a lot of men com- fell and his privilege and Junior Griffin of Jacksonville. held at 10 o'clock and church services -
into town .. from Virginiaand the same time Blake's horse, rearIng ly. "Give was 33 years old. He Is survivedby you in any way possible at any children of at 11
laughing now. Mrs. K.: E. Lee
they're all riled up!" he wildly, dropped dead from a Arnold was he his wife, Mrs. Marion Gatlin time. Come to the services of the .-----
of lead, Starkey, Bethel Mrs. Mae Prevatt and
-pert "They're agin' killin'vea bullet intended for Blake, who him a dose and three children, Lester, Russell Church; call the pastor for any
do It. Griffin. RISING
let me children and Miss Margaret -
miraculously fell clear of the ani- urged. "Or and Nellie Gatlin; also by his spiritual help.
"I'll tend to him without any :Mr!' II. II. Lewis., Correspondent
he took cover and mother, Mr. and Mrs .
The mal. In an instant, "
sheriff listened In alarm. Mister Morgan! Mrs. William Bailey and son
behind the wrecked wagon. The advice from you. Henry Gatlln, all of Brooker. Pallbearers ZIP Elna Conner, Doris
m he [ Misses
taking a look around, enailed. Billy, Jr, of Sanford, Mrs William -
i.j. making for the front; of the exchange of shots set Arnold'shorses Starkey ?" Arnold repeated, pre- were: Getzen Parker, Cur- Johnnie Ix-\vl, C'or. Moore, Miss Melba Prevatt Strickland and Dorothy Crosby

I 1. He stood by the window, I as well galloping off. "Morgan to be mystified. "Is that tis Melvin, Ovid Lewis, Lloyd and and Tommie Cooper of Oulldn I. Loran Conner, Tommy Lewis and

tching as a group of rough- And now Starkey, heading for tending want to take me alive ?" Coleman Padgett, Dennis Hodge, Church services were conducted were visiting Mr and Mrs. John Cliff Kelley were visiting the
the spot, reined In his mountas why you and Walter White. I In Palatku Sun-
king frontiersmen gatherede same He tried to laugh."I at Little Rock Saturday by the pall Prevatt Sunday. I Ravine Gardens

distance away. he heard shots. For a moment don't want to take you alive," Several Fires tor, Herman Moody of LaCros/ Mrs. B. L. Green Is visiting In day.

JStaikey, in the meantime, had only he paused, then he spurred the reply. "There's nothin' I'd Mrs. Coleman Dee's baby was Arch Mann was In Starke Sat Ralford' for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and
ken forward until he came to the top was I badly burned on the head when it Agnes, of lloutdrutn and
advantage of Barney's ab- like better than to shoot you, right I urday on business Mae Prevatt Is visiting here slater daughter
Ice to whisper hurriedly to Puff, of the rise overlooking the hollow. But you can settle a coupleof I fell In the fire last week, also Mra. E. Howard of Fairbanks Melba Pievatt In Oullda this Mandy Mott of Brooker were vlattlng -
10 nodded and lert by the backor From here, unseen by the com- for me. When I walk Charles Kelly was burned when I l In spending this week with her week. Mrs.! E. J. Lewis Sunday

The sheriff s apprehension batants, he commanded a clear things Into town, they ain't only goIng I he stepped In the fire with both son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Dan lioree and Joe Gilffls, Jr., Elder J. T. Barnes made a business -

-w as he realized that the mob view of the battle below.In you me the ten thousand I feet, where hIs mother had been Mrs. B. Thomas of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. trip to Gainesville Saturday.

i: in a lynching mood. He saw a moment he had drawn his to give reward that's on your headthey're raking leaves and burning them.It J. W. Lewis spent several days and Mrs. Z Z. Grlffla Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner anti
i lope being passed from hand to gun. Aiming carefully, he fired. Just about going to elect will be several weeks before he recently with relatives In Jack- ---.--- Mra H. H. Lewis visited In Jacksonville

rid< until it came to one who One of the bandits crumpled to I walks. Thanks to an alarm clock sonville. CIIKISTIXH CIICKC'II Wednesday.

med to be the leader. A hun- the ground. The others, startledby me"Do mayor. think that'll whitewash I which woke him In time, Tom We are sorry to report that Mrs. The Rev. W. T McGuire will J. H. Hobbs returned Friday

"d or more men were advanc- this new danger hastily shifted Starkey you ?" Blake demanded. Markey awoke to find his room Lola Stoke and Miss Doris Carroll fill his regular appointment at from Orlando.Mr. .

K slowly on the Jail. positions to protect themselves you. smiled grimly. "Don't I full of smoke. After making an are on the nick list. Long Bridge Christian Church and Mrs. Bishop Thomasof
As loudly, one of the bandits Starkey Investigation he found a spark I Sun- LaCrosse visited her parents
they came closer, their men- Cursing! Mister B. & O. Railroad Saturday night Sunday, and
Starkey's horse, you give up the fire place onto bitten the cold last week.
ng shouts were clearly audible drew a bead on Man because I'm going to I had blown from by day night. Sunday.
which he had now drawn up Into I with the bed. About $50 worth of property Friends will be glad to know
Starkey. He mouth I
set his You just step over I
Imly. wondering whether Puff view. The animal mortally back to that tree. Don't was destroyed. that Mr. Jim Mott is Improving.
wounded reared and fell drag- your J. K. Douglas made a business The PT A. meets Monday
uld ,
come through In time with bother to put up your hands. Just THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS I
Starkey with him. Groaning trip to Jacksonville last week. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the
Free horses and the dynamite to ging by your sides In a
''W the back wall out of the Jail. Starkey rose, limping badly from let 'em manner.1Blake bang Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of school auditorium with Mrs. Clen- will come to your home every day through

turned as Barney approached, the fall. I natural desperately sparred for Raiford were visiting Mr. and nie Hlckok the county nurse. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

pirn look on his face, extendinggun. A quick look at the situation time. "Which tree?" :Mrs. L. A. Brown, over the weekend All parents are asked to be pres An Inttrnational Daily News papa

[ and Starkey slowly made his way I Go on," Starkey said, ent. She will talk about diptherla n record for you th. world's clean constructive doing.. The Monitor I
where tne bandits would "That one. of Thank "shots" and other Inoculations. does not exploit crime or sensation: neither does It. Ignore them
"I'm giving you a fighting to a point pointing.As Card but demo. correctively with thorn Features for busy men sod au tbe

nce.: the sheriff said. "Take be between him and he quickly Cantrell.dls- Blake began backing up, he With grateful hearts we thank Everybody come. It's for our own !:mil/. ,. including_ __ _the_Weekly _Msguln Section...mm_..._.__ f
lit this position who made the quilt good.
gun. Those men mean busis. Arnold's prayed for a miracle. And suddenly the people The Chrlitl Bclenc Publishing SocietyOn
." posted of the other two of happened. Seeing Starkey' squares for Mrs. C. F. Lltchfleld. *. Norwsy fltveei. Bou. MMenuett I I I
leaving the leader it sent in that Thanks PtetM enter rojr ubMriotton to The CbrlMlen Science Monitor for
Barney gunmen Blake Arnold Enough squares were -
shook his head and re- focused on s period oft
Ted to alone alive. eyes mad dash for we made two quilts which will be We wish to thank the many M. VIOO t month .. OS i montb 13 00 1 month et ! .
guard the front door.t defending himself, suddenly made a Mrs. Litch- friends who extended sympathyand WednniMy Ia...., liia.udlni Mat Mine 0ctK>u: I year II.aa, t Uiujs J eNme
Too busy the sent to her at once.
a for
moment too soon, for a freedom, fleeing headlong
|ort knock at the rear door sent Blake did not know who was aid- nearby timber. Starkey whirled fleld'a home was completely des- kindness to us In our recent ........._........._.........___..._...._......._.___
he God's richestblessings

rkey to the little window. ItS Ing him. Now, his gun as empty Starkey and fired, Arnold fell dead. troyed by fire. I am sure she will bereavement.be with May each of you. AddreM .....-_._- 0__' _.-. ._._ ._.__ ___..__.___-__.__...
Puff, all right. stared In amazement Infuriated, Starkey turned on thank you as I do. S_.f. Coin M II.....'
view coverIng Mrs. Marion Gatlln and children.
"This forward into I Mrs. T. D. Dyal.
is stepped I
a crazy Idea, Boss, Blake. Gatlin.
!oJr. and Mrs Henry
tobacco beds were badly
ff I
Arnold. continued) Many
whispered. to be
!t'n blow ya and ret up!" he (To ..
gdom come." "Drop that gun

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preferences In order that important FOUR CAUSES OF
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ,things may be accomplished.

THE PG :: ....: ETBOOK 5. Neglecting development and SCHOOL REVENUE TO BE'STUD11

1877 refinement of the mind by not acquiring .

,, Published J Weekly' on Fridays-and Entered -as-- Second. Class, of 'JV/JLEDGE) uSfc the habit of reading. Delegates to the annual Florida 1935 but such exemptlori. l
Attempting to compel other Education Association conventionIn to Increase .
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida persona to believe and live as we Tampa, March 16-18, will devote more pieces annually of *?'1

-- -. H) do. part of their time to a studyof off the tax rolls property by 1(

E. L. Matthews___________--------_____Editor and Owner .,; 7. The failure to establish the what to do about these four this amendment and open I

.. habit of saving money. major causes of depleted countyand school funds accumulate theOItti 1 (
TilE PERISCOPE I This appears to be a pretty fair district school funds. Iy. In the meantime !chop!;
diagnosis of what Is the matter The Increases accumulating un- and their operating oaga5t
By Howard W. Hartley Staff Correspondent with us, and everyone might der homestead tax exemption a- crease. The result is a !

Florida News Service 2c profitably check up on himself in mendment. gap between Income and dt
ip *
(Editor's Note: In an effort to provide our readers with timely mater- the light of these suggestions. Abolishment of poll tax pay- need.

ial concerning political trends and legislative prospects prior to the TMS ri'.9fAUTOMOBILE 1wAK9-COw7WeN7At Punta Gorda Herald. ment. Poll taxes, which for man,,

opening of the 1939 session, the Telegraph has made arrangementsfor c k 1901., "I'Oo011I.RuN>> .MAOW 1HAM IM The 1937 Murphy Act.A have all gone to county ,
rights to "The Periscope," a political column written TWO MOM-THt_ funds, were abolished
.-TOf1: IT M/V Mr MAN ft law allowing payment of taxes by t riT
by Howard W. Hartley one of the best posted and ablest political A FEW MM1" CONFISCATE THEM with bonds. legislature as a prereqUIiI

observers in the state. This material, unbiased and carefully edited, eor. If there isn't any legal way to which voting. This action
The education association, re8UI1t
will, we feel sure, prove of genuine interest and valuable information rwt* require owners of vacant lots to represents about 10,400 white Flor- trimming county school revr
In issues. It will elsewhere In the r much
to our readers. succeeding appear as as $300,000
il. keep them clean and attractive, ida school teachers and officials, II yearh
paper but In order to give It a prominent introduction, we are this i iAN whole state.
the coming legislature should be probably will ask some compensation -
week yielding our editorial column to this discussion of state affairs.) The law
for these school fund revenue- requiring
the payni
asked to enact a law covering
cutters when the legislature meets the dollar-per-person lax
" IS FLORIDA IN THE KED? i auv AMERICAN WIT" CW rACTOfty. NOL/R'.WORKER WAGES.CAM/DN.I matter. again April 4, James Rickards, repealed, but without the 1\\

How much money must the 1939 Florida Legislature I TIM At($A A'.,1fWWI II14I1CJ1 FOOD AND El Nwf CLOTN/N6 77Mr'f Appeals to the pride of property executive secretary, said. requisite clause tax calls
I Ii /W MIICJt A. AN ITAliAN AND NEARLY Const i* owners bring results In some He explains the financial condi- have found it almost impose
provide, either through the retention of present tax laws or 'TWeiVf 7Mft At HHCHAl A /tiIss uCALL! 'MOCHATHE .Foa_ cases, but the type of person who tions of Florida's school system In collect except in a small

i the passage of new revenue measures, to erase whatever deficit .( AAIIAMAKRV Of MOCHA. "It OM VKMfCt! is willing to let the property be this way: of cases.

exists when the lawmakers convene in Tallahassee next NTARw w4S. SMID9E9 Au.I The UKTlt wogw'i TMe' CQFFa[NDaTMr7cvtUay owns be' a nuisance and an eye- The schools are supported by The so-called Murphy bilifr,
sore Is seldom possessed of any makes )it
month ? three revenue sources: state aid, a possible to bill IJI :
pride in his town nor of any consideration share of county taxes, and special quent taxes a tI.. small parts

If you can answer this simple question, you will hold the for his fellow towns- ; district taxes. amount due, waa passed h

key to what many believe will be the most important meet- ( men.A i State aid money may be used 1937 legislature under the ell
town should have the rightto would place tax-delinquent
ing of Florida's law-making body. More than that only for payment of teachers and '
enter untidy property and cleanIt for transportation of rural stu erty back on the tax ion

services will be eagerly sought by the 95 representatives and .. up at the expense of the prop dents. All other expenses for op- It has resulted in a mark/

38 senators who are now engaged in a quest for facts and --- erty owner. And the cost of city erating the schools must be met ductlon of tax monty !ttr
fxleRT, r&TJII4Nr' 7N1.WafA6g lt1lll''P : work should be placed BO high as schools as well as the cdlnn
which base workable /1Na UMIre by county and district taxes. :
figures upon they can an intelligent, /( AUTO. wot/ie COST75:000: AMEMfA A to make it vastly more economicalfor
too oneU$ 7Ne WiII'Tft amenta.
If IfN4T Three acts of the legislature
fy4P '
finance and taxation program. : _p MM4R9 Aeow1 1Wfnlaw the property owner to have the
1Eos M. UAAt1!) passed since 1934, together witha The legislature in 1935
Never in Florida's history have our lawmakers prepared PO<< job done privately.The ; Fa
:! / constitution amendment, are said law which provided that.

their treks to Tallahassee in an atmosphere of greater con cost of the cleaning up work by Rickards to be the cause of a might be purchased at t.
should be assessed against the decrease in local school revenues. value, which was low.
fusion. have attacked the Gordian knot
Never they of fiscal I
property until paid for, and act as
Exemptions from taxes for cur- In at par. on payment of dells
affairs with a duller sword. As these lines are written, the a valid lien to cloud the title until rent expenses of all homesteads up taxes. This meant that cast:

hopes of the majority of truth-seekers seems to rest upon Stuff It Is removed by the payment of to an assessed valuation of $5,000did : enue formerly available fo
OTHER the assessment, plus plenty of In- I
not stop with application of county operating fund wu
Speaker-Designate Pierce Wood's Ways and Means Committee -
About Starke terest. ,
: the constitutional amendment In slderably cut down.
which was appointed to sift the wheat from the chaff Wherever there Is a weed-grown, I
I prior to the opening of the session.In rubbish-covered vacant lot in a Florida Death Rate tures, there will be a round

brief, the present situation finds State ComptrollerJ. From what we read In the Arcadia town, the town as a whole Is In discussion of problems of !tht

M. Lee insisting that Florida is far in the "red"; State' Newspaper, it looks as if C. B. IS BLISS jured. Even to the extent of confiscating Above Average For tie Industry.The .

r Treasurer W. V. Knott just as insistent that the state boasted Price, popular former minister of A young argrlculturist, just such property for public Rest of Country, day's program will pier
the Baptist Church here, Is still graduated from college, looked ownership, a town should have the way at 11 a. m., with ate
a nine million dollar cash balance as of January 31 and Gov- fond of stretching the long bow- rather scornfully at the old farmer. !, right to require its cleaning-up I Florida's death rate Is above winter clover plots, Imp-

;: ernor Fred P. Cone stringing along with the treasurer in re- literally, we mean, and not figuratively I He said, "Your methods of and beautifying. that of the average for the rest grasses, and the plant Intro

affirming his pledge to oppose any new taxes. (as In reference to a teller cultivation ar "h'opele88ly out of Melbourne Times. of the country, according to a garden. This tour will :
of tall tales!) A columnist in date. He continued with a super special report for the year 1937 charge of W. E. Stokes, F
Now the statements of the two cabinet officials obvi-
recent issue of the Arcadia Blaser, and G. E. Ritchey,P
a ior air. "Why I'd be surprised i If just received by the U S. Bureauof
ously, are as far apart as the poles and this commentator de- Arcadian had this to say: you got ten pounds of apples from WOULD DIVIDE RACE the Census This Includes the Station's agronomy departs

clines to say who's right. If one takes into account what Don't mention It to anybody but that tree." "So would I," repliedthe TRACK FUND WAYS specific divisions of maternal Since it was Inaugurated.

Rev. C. B. Price, pastor of the farmer, "It's a pear tree.''- deaths and infant deaths. The report years ago, the beef cattle fill
are known as ear-marked funds, then it would appear that
First Baptist church, is a clever BellvUle, Kan., Telescope. (Continued from Page One) is based upon data furnishedby has grown steadily more pc
the treasurer's balance is out of line. And if you tally up archer-you know with a bow the Bureau of Vital Statistics among cattlemen of the sub

all the money-spending bills passed by the last legislature, and arrows. We were nosing a- THE CALLAHAN CUT-OFF 1931 the fund has become Inadequate of the Florida State Board of attendance at this year's eve
round down at the atheletlc park Among the numerous worthy because bridges built 10 or Health. expected to be larger thai!
then Col. Lee's is correct. Hence it follows that !
12 to the bad before.
are going ,
the other day and found him and highway paving projects which years ago The Florida rate for all deaths
the correct answer lies somewhere in between, but it must be Walter Thompson plunking arrows I are! being neglected and Ignored grades are becoming old and need for 1937 was 12.6 against 11.2 for .

I computed and computed accurately before the 1939 session at a target at a distance of sixty .is the Callahan'\ cut-off, the un reworking and there are many the average of the remainder of Bus ScraetluleNorthbound

i. can approach the problem of finance and taxation with any- yards and hitting it every time, finished link of State Road 13 more than miles of county roads today the United States. The maternal
there that time.
were at
sometimes. Now and 'then they from Baldwin Callahan.,. death rate In this State was 6.8 2:45: a. m.; 9:20: a. m. 190): )
thing approaching definite and final action. would sock the bulls-eye fair and While many 'road projects are The first 'special tax levy for compared with 4.8 for the remainder 3:00: p. m.; 6:15: p. m.; 10.19: ,

, k In the face of this situation, therefore, it is only natural square. 'Doc McSwain and Mutt not undertaken simply because road maintenance was made in of the country. The infant
(''i" Noland were fooling around trying there is not enough the 1930. In the years prior to this death rate the Southbound
r that there should be as many tax plans as there are plums tI I' money in State was 59.8
to find out what the knack of the Callahan cut-off has been ignored time roads were still being built compared with the 54.4 12:20: a. m.; 2:20: a. m.: 1020
, L in your Christmas pudding. It is only natural that the ]I, thing was, and we'll bet that if because of the Work of powerful as the result of bond Issues, and of the rest of the country.average 2:20: p. m.; 5:50 p. m. 820NOTICH :

p, single-taxers come forward with sugar-coated nostrums at they haven't already ordered outfits Interests (centered in the city of the little maintenance needed Comparison of the birth rates is

a time when new revenue is the watchword. Many believe they 'will soon. It's a great Jacksonville which would get the was paid for by the County Commissioners more favorable, however. This nV arPIOTIIFoil ('
sport. run-around The levy and the a- T\\ u.u; ;
i the act and other boons other ) against It. shows a 17.7 rate for Florida .
Murphy. granted tax dodgers by mount raised by this special tax (Hh'.n. Hill "" IIUI
I The cut-off 'would NOTICE! IS IIEHKBV: G
save which is
many slightly more than the
legislatures have combined to throw the state government since It was inaugurated is as follows That Julia Tlson hold" r
r P I We aren't qualified to say just miles for tourists who now haveto ] 17.0 average for the remainder of Certificate No. 125. 'Indued III
upon the horns of the current dilemma. Whatever the cause, how they got so set In their ways, follow a dog-leg through Jack : the country. Nevertheless, the 17.7 day of July A, I). 125!> hu

Y most students of taxation believe a wholesale breakdown ofFlorida's but it seems that the Lawtey sonville to get from the northeastto Year Mileage Amount birth rate is a decrease from 25,6 Ann name I Inn In t Inn my tr\tf office t* tar. and. deed hi
central Florida and the West 1930 6 12926.26 Rinsed, -
l farmers prefer Lima bean seeds for 1927. thereon.
system of assessment and collection of taxes is the
5 7,590.91 Salt certificate embrace
that are tinged with green, whUe Coast Certainly It would mean More .
: cancer, with which the body politic now suffers. So the legislature those In the Graham section sing that .some traffic would be diverted 1932 6 1.2 8,602.17, than girls boys, and were born In Florida lowing: of described Bradford property"County Stall' iff
more in Infancy
i, regardless of what it does about finding the moneyto the praises of those that are pale from Jacksonville. But it 1934 1933 6 9,633.61, than girls. The deaths of to-wit I-ot :7 of talk 13 In OB-HI"
'be around the gills--In other words would be a short-cut, and wouldbe 6 9445.66: adult males to Starke, Sec. 29 Tp 8 S. R
bills devote
to much
government's can expected proportionately
pay ,
1935' 8 1-2 The .. of the nail
white. Members of each school of helpful to thousands of tour- aR"e"nm nt
time and to the task of the 1936 higher than that of adult females. arty under the nalil <'ertirhau, :
thought stream-lining taxI 10
r thought loudly proclaim that their fete And Jacksonville should 8,058.20 There were 14,952 males born In ..
} a machine, replacing worn out parts and inserting a flock of favorite variety Is the best for germination recognize, as does Ocala and other I 1937 10 8,229.54 1937. according to the U. S. Cen- llntr Unless worth IOald, E l" ?certlflcati *
producttbtlity, etc. Local Florida cities, that for the sake 1938 10 8,680.95 redeemed according, Ear
sus report,
new gears. as compared with 14-
seed stores try to please both of a better highway system, we Ten mills Is the maximum levy 555 property described therein'
11 I that can be made for females. Deaths of Infant old to the highest. hldili-r.. i
SINGLE TAX DOOMED factions by keeping both kinds must have shorter routes road main- males was recorded at 999, of females court house door on the firs
, Within the past month this writer has journeyed and M. F. Brown plans to settle ;"Ocala Banner.J.N'S tenance purposes. Homestead exemption at day In the month of April:
, ethe and the Murphy Act 766. Of all Infants dying which In the 3rd day of April
argument once and for all. Being are
than 3,500 miles and down and across the state endeav 62.4 per cent were under one Hated thin iHt, day >.t
up of an open mind and an experimental SKVEN: MISTAKESMan's : blamed for the fact that even the 1939. '

, \, oring to test the sentiment of legislators as well as the gen- nature, he planted Imperfections lead him maximum levy falls to provide the I month of age.Physicians. Clerk OFFICIAL.of r'lrcult SKA I.Coin) A I >'I "T"

. ) eral public on the subject of the sales tax. We have found twenty green seed and twenty to make many mistakes in life, Bond Trustees with sufficient i attended 70.2 percent County Florida. .' ;
white seed, carefully separated as and the pointing: out of these funds. It Is considered possible I I of the births, midwives 28.8
the average Floridian opposed to such a tax, call it what to color, in parallel rows. He intends frailties has engaged the atten- that with the $8,000 that one- per cent and 1 per cent were unattended --

you will. We have found a majority of our legislators opposed to keep a careful check in tion of philosophers and reformersin third of the race track money will .=--

,, to it, although some might support such a measure as order to see which kind turns out all ages. A.. :recent writer en- bring them (If the proposed bill 'I I Under the item, cause of death, I FOR ALL FORMS: 01
best. Developments will be watched umerates what he considers to be passes the Legislature) the levy heart diseases were six and one-
a last extremity. But we also have found Mr. and Mrs. JohnQ. I I half
the for road maintenance times as great all forma
with Interest and It is hoped seven greatest mistakes of might be reduced as
Citizen firmly convinced that the legislature can and the matter can be settled peacefully man, as follows In another year.Townaend of tuberculosis, three and onehatf INSURANCEPLEASE !

should cut governmental costs and that, if old-fashioned without resorting to civil 1. The delusion that Individual -, times as great as all forms of cancer i i
between the advancement Is and of nlphrltis, and I
war Lawtey "greenseeds' made by crushing more PHONE
economy is practiced, the legislature can provide plenty of I
i I and the Graham "white others down. Meeting than 200 times as great as infantile
money for all needs without levying a single new penny of seeds." 2. The tendency to worry about The regular monthly meeting of paralysis. There were no ,

taxes. things that cannot be changed or the Second Congressional District deaths from smallpox during 1937. ; HAROLDC.WAI

''I For goodness sake, don't tell corrected. Board of Townsend Clubs. of Flor- Both cancer and tuberculosis I
I PEOPLE NEED LOIJBY anybody, for we wouldn't want 3. Insisting. that a thing is Im- ida will be held at the court houseIn '!showed a gain over 1936, cancer I I Agency

: These conditions have been found before. You find the our big city friends to get the possible because we ourselves cannot Starke on Sunday March 5. taking a jump from 88.4 to 97.3 501 Y<
Agcy. Est. Over |
1 people, every two years, howling about the prospects of newtaxes wrong Idea about Starke, but the accomplish it. The executive session of the board and all forms of tuberculosis from ij
i fact remains that Chief of Police 4. Refusing to set aside trivial will convene at 10 a. m. and a 54.6 to 57.5. The heart disease rate !
and heavier burdens. But the talk is akin to gossip about Lonzle Alvarez had to make a hur mass meeting will be held at 2 was 241.3 from 237.3 for 1936, and

t the weather and the reason little or nothing is done to ried trip to the airport last Friday Ing the bovine angle, Mr. Worleyand p. m to which the public Is cor- infantile paralysis was 03. for

l reduce the tax burden is because everybody is representedin morning and herd the cows up in his pilot commented on the dially Invited. 1937 against 0.4 for 1936. Here Is SomethinYou'll

one corner before State's Attorney fact that there Isn't ... .
a marker of
Tallahassee during legislative session the inarticu
t except BEEF CATTLE Need All Sum
George Worley, arriving here from any kind or description at the air- FIELD:
Negro Trial
late mass of the common people. Miami for the McCall execution, port to let a flier In on the deep Set DAY TO HE IIKLI1; AT To Keep Your

t Will there be a people's lobby at the coming session? could land his plane! Imagine our dark secret of where he Is. They A.._Willie___ _Thomas_UL L_, Brooker. negrovuaigeu STATION LV MARCH
< embarrassment. We've heard of a flew wnn tWO muraers,. was Garden or I.awn
over town several
Perhaps. There are signs of activity on the part of the before -
lot of funny things the chief of I comlner to the conclusion________ that_ __ arraigned Thursday of last week Gainesville\ Fla.-The State Experiment LOOKING ITSGarden BE'''
Florida Taxpayers Association and efforts are being made to police Is called upon to do, but I they had at last arrived u in Starke n before Judge Bayard B. Shields Station will hold Its

mobilize the consumers against any form of sales tax. But never did we think he'd be turned Fla. They humbly suggested that In Jacksonville! and the date of his fifth annual Beef Cattle Field Day Hose I
into a kind of municipal cow I the name of trial set for Monday, March 13. here on March 10 Director Wll-
insofar as a real people's lobby is concerned we seriously the town be displayed He is
puncher. Of course Mr. Worley'sIs charged with the murderof mon Newell has announced.Dr. .
doubt if such a body will be formed. Hence Florida's prominently somewhere in the hs! .
news- perhaps the first visiting plane vicinity of the airport. nister-in-law. Annie Belle Newell extended an Invita-

paper editors-and we mean the editors of the weekly as that has alighted at the local field And, oh yes-just one more crit- Dawkins, and Bishop Arnett Hlck-s, lion to all Florida cattlemen to

well as the daily publications must accept the responsi- since it was built four or five years icism of our airport and then the a Jacksonville negro. Thomas visit the stations on these dates
ago but then we never know when visitors were off to witness the will be tried first on charges. of and inspect stock, pastures, and
bility of reflecting reader opinion to a greater extent than some fellow will have to make a McCall electrocution. They said murdering the man. plant introduction gardens, and

ever before. There is no voice more heeded by the average forced landing. Under existing there should be one of those' confer with research workers of

legislator than the voice of his home town paper. But the conditions he'd be better off up "stockings/- whatever you call Free Canning School the Institution.

editor cannot do it alone. You in the air even with a dry gasoline them, to Indicate which way the i A Walter J. Sheely, Extension i'00
and you and you, as the readers tank, than he would be trying wind is blowing free canning school, sponsored animal husbandman will discuss 25 Feet $
/ you those
of these newspapers, should keep in close touch with to land In a glorified cow pasture. I. bags full of wind that fly from, the by Service the Bradford County Extension home-grown feeds Dr. W. a. .

( what goes on at Tallahassee. You should tell your editor W.e understand there's a fence around end of a long pole. It seems to Youth Administration and the National Kirk Experiment Station animal

what think that the airport which just won't us that there was one at the will be held husbandman will give the results
you so your opinion may guide him in pen- stay "fenced." Seems that the wide air- Saturday morning at 10 o'clock of steer-feeding HAR5F1'RI4ITllac
In the trials
port dim, dark and Dr.
past, but It In A.
ning those editorials which the B. H. S., cafeteria
such influence In legisla- expanse of grassy topography has long since disappeared. Knowledge here. L. Shealey, head of the Experi-
tive halls. And if you do, then all may be sweetness and lightin makes a picture that the cows of the prevailing winds Is The school will Include a meat ment Station animal (husbandry
canning demonstration 'p O
simply can't resUt. and every- department will t !
Tallahassee this spring. very Important to an alighting give a practical I
one Interested
In addition to In this type of work ,
roundly denounc- demonstration
pilot. It on
seems!* Is Invited to be present. grading slaughter Starke Fla.
steers. Following these fea-