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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 31, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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b11Shed 1877 Subscription-For Year: $1.50; Six Months, 73c-::Payable in Advance - E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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,.." .. GOOD FRIDAYOBSERVANCE Good Prices Gross Growers $60,000 In M ,

efendants Employ T 4 Past Week Trucks Swarming

i To FightCondemnation In To Haul Crop Away
[ttorneys ,
Good Friday, April 7, will be --

!_ I I traditionally observed at St.Mark's Bradford County Strawberry growers made close to $60-

Masonic Episcopal Church. The 000 during the past seven days-almost as much in a week's
of the Starke three hours from noon until 3
steel> Judge E. K. time as they had realized up to now in driblets since small
L and County pm.. timing which our Lord hungon
man will file an appearance the crows will be observed In shipments began way back in December. w
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hited States District Court In the Church with the ministers of The longdelayedseason-- is at

(onvllle next Thursday In the Starke sharing the meditations. ASK BIDS last under way. Early Monday ,

step of a condemnation suit These meditations will fall Into morning buyers begun to flock In I

bleb the United States ofiica less than half hour periods for the ON REA BUILDINGThe from the Plant City area and ,

seeks to obtain a site for convenience of those who cannot

ructlon of a $70,000 post of- stay throughout.At Clay Electric Cooperative huge refrigerator trucks with

luildlng in Starke. 7:30: p. m. on Good Fridaythe Association, Inc.. Is advertisingfor their chugging motors. literally

"'' -. bids on the construction of a swarmed the streets. It was a t
Masonic Lodge will be rep- 'c'H Rt. Rev. F. A. Juhan will visit
e foundation
Fred B. Noble of St. Marks for confirmation fittingly building and concrete cheering sight to farmers and local k
ted by
nvllle, Deputy Grand Mas- Pictured above Is the scene just north of town on Road 13 last week as a load of cucumbers and preparing the candidatesfor for Diesel generating Installation units and of business men, many of whom

the Masonic order in Flor- strawberries was being transferred from an overturned trailer to a truck belonging to A. H. Hall. The Easter Communions He will the furnishing and hud had a bad attack of the

nd Judge Perryman will be trailer and its $1,300 load of produce turned over when the truck to which it was attached sideswiped also preach, and a welcome Is ex- switchboards, wiring, evaporative
water cooler, and septic tank. The "blues" since the late February
tended to all.LOW.
ented by John Mathews of another vehicle. In the above picture Road Patrol-man Melvin McKinney is seen directing traffic
entire project will be built for the
lonvllle. around the trailer which was too heavy to be moved until unloaded, although It obstructed more than use of the cooperative at its freeze.

te) for trial of the case will half the highway BIDDERON headquarters in Keystone Heights Buyers..... arriving this week were

Italy be set next Thursday and -- Bids must be received by 10 I u.vvf.. }lodges( T, W. Davie, and

be askedto JV. O. Hodges (Well-Kno I of Kd: Ilowze. J, II.
dante will wn Buyer Says- ALSOP SPEAKSAT ROAD 13 o'clock Tuesday morning, April 4, representative

T interest, lien, right or title ROTARYJohn at Keystone Heights. Further details Dulaney, and Hartman &: Mana- p

j have In or to the property MARKET COULD BE BIG BENEFITBy are given In a legal noticein han. These are in addition" to the
lalso to show cause why the ANNOUNCEDTampa t
I T. Alsop, ex-mayor and this issue of the Telegraph. number who have been represented i
Irty should not be taken by I
L'nited States of America for the middle of Monday morn- "You have a mighty good thing prominent attorney of Jacksonville The cooperative Is an agent of here throughout the season
the Rural' Electrification Administration
(ses and purposes set forth in ing, anyone familiar with a certain there" he said, "if it were put to gave an inspiring address" In Company Apparently which will eventually Prices during the past week

itlon.; dark-suited, panama-natted I the proper use If the strawberry which he- praised the benefits of serve electrically several hundred! have been excellent, ranging froma
In Line
e Government seeks a siteset figure glimpsed on the streets of business of Starke and Lawtey advertising" the Rotary Club rural homes In Bradford County, high! of $4.50 to a low of $3.75

on Call St., by 120 feet Starke could have told you that could be consolidated at this point, here Wednesday. The program For Contract as well as those in surrounding with the bulk of the movement '
there isn't doubt in the world
a
urt Street" beginning at ther I the strawberry season In Bradford was in charge of Dr. M. B. Her- counties
the office that more buyers would be attracted The W. L. Cobb Construction going at $4.25. Thane who profess -
occupied by under
now
officially way.
All other County was here" than have ever beenIn long and old friend of Mr. Al- Company of Tampa submitted an to be "In the know" predictat
has & Walnwrlght. For the man In the dark suit and
ns Interested in the property the hat was W. O. this county before. Under the aop's. apparent low bid of $201,274.09 MINSTREL least two more weeks of heavy ",
panama present set-up, the buyer is put toa to the State Road Department
Bid to have come to agreeablewith Hodges, genial fruit and vegetable The speaker stated that the remarkable "- shipping at good prices before
6 1-2 milesof
Inconvenience having laid wpek for paving
great by
the Government with head-i growth of Los Angeles,
buyer who makes his North Carolina enters the picture
to contact at two widely Road 13 southwestward In Nas- TO BE REPEATED
|xceptlon of Judge Perryman quarters at Plant City, but who i growers Calif., Is due entirely to cooperation
sau County. This portion is part and floods the market.
separated points.
rustees of the Masonic Lodge, has also been working the strawberry on the part of Its citizens

j of whom own portions of deal. In Bradford County for "Plant City has made a successof and a comprehensive program of of the" controversial "missing During the past seven days it w wis
I stretch of 20 miles be-
j Included in the desired site the past eighteen years. its market under conditions advertising the charms of Califor- length, a TODAY conservatively estimated that
and Cullahan
tween Ilaldwln ,
the very simlllar to the ones existing nia. Any Florida town or city 14,000 crates of berries. have left
Just as oldtlmers predicted which has remained unfinished
here," this experienced buyer continued can do the same thing If it puts the county which, at an average of
STATE'PARKDEDICATION change In seasons by the flight of many, many years after the remainder -
certain birds to the north or south, "Shippers contact grow-. forth the necessary effort, Mr. of the highway was com- Attendance Record Is $4.25, would mean gross returns) "
ers at the market and then have Alsop said. He stated" that Bradford to growers of $59,500.
In Itroken At FirstPerformallce
thus Mr. Hodge's
appearance
pleted.
the fruit transferred to their i III
County one of the finest
[ Starke along about this time every Four weeks ago the Road' Department The season's total from Starke
warehouses. farming sections In
the
state, and
year is a sure sign} anyone at' announced that bids and Lnwtey now stands at 1. Of- !,
of "Another thing; I hut would bea urged an advertising program to 400 pints for which have y
all familial' with-e business would be received on March 21 growers
to this is Fed- make the country conscious of the The 7totary Club minstrel, howl-
big help section received anjeittmatud: return
APRIE 15 buying or selling strawberries that for 6 1.2 mires of the mlsalng 20. ; vt
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eral Inspection" ," Mr. Hodges attractions that can be found ing success of Thursday night of X.
the season at Plant City is on Its It was also stated that the department $127,000.
said. "Three men could handle last week, will play a return engagement
I last legs and that things are going here.Mr. hopes to award a con- Increasing In numbers every
-- the Job here If the deal were conducted Alsop has been *. this afternoon (Friday)
to start popping pretty soon In granted tract later in the year for an additional year, refrigerator truck appur-
l Open One of Finest I from farmers' an the result of populnr demand
: mar-
your
I Bradford County.By permit and will soon begin the i : 6 mileThe! remainder" enty have completely wrestled the
Picnic CentersIn ket and an assessment of one cent and for the benefit of the B. H. S
Wednesday, Mr. Hodges had operation of a radio broadcasting' will be completed at some futurQ afternoon's strawberry business away from
per crate would pay the expenses. athletic fund. This
State had time to get establishedloadten station at Ocala, which he will the railroad. Two freight earn l
The buyers themselves" would be use date.When performance will be In the school
of fifteen refrigerator to the naldwin-Callnhan were loaded from Lawtey early In
big publicize Florida over the airwaves
glad to pay this In order to get auditorium at o'clock.. Although
hen Gold Head Branch State trucks, and to form an opinion as Federally inspected fruit." He sated that he believes stretch is finally complete, Road the showing In prlmarly for school the year and another now stand

I neat here is formally open- to the general outlook for the sea- That Bradford County has no Ocala to be one of the "comln*" 13 will provide traffic a through children, any adults who did not on the siding there, but doubts r

the public on April 15, one l son in Bradford County. SittingIn equal in suitability for the produc- .owns In Florida. north-south route without the In- see the show last week are invited were expressed us to whether It

1 finest picnic centers In the the lobby of a local hotel early tion of strawberries Is the firm -- .---- onvenlence of going through to attend I would be loaded or not The big p
will be before the Jacksonville. It will permit a trucks are here this season In
made available to I I'nls Wednesday morning,
belief of Mr. Hodges. "If I were Change Meeting recordsfor
NightThe All previous attendance
of northeast Florida. I day's rush had begun, he summedthe I : great saving In time and mileagefor greater numbers than ever be-
I had much rather have entertainment
grower local Townsend Club has an amateur
motorists between" fore.
bark driving
has word and
been under develop- situation up in one ,
three good weeks of shipping ftom broken at the first showing
changefld its meeting and were
night
cities the eastern seaboardan '
since July 1935, and thousof that word was "Splendid! entire along Plant City was still shipping 'f
here than at
an season from now on will meet the first of the minstrel when additional\
dthe west coast of Florida, and
| dollars have been spent of fruit is excellent; declares and around 50,000 pints a day at the
"Quality Plant he ,
aisles
City goeson and third Thursday nights of each will Heats were placed down the
Increase the tourist
!e! Florida Forest and Park materially end of last week, but prediction
it
fair prices are Indicated; and to explain his conviction that month at 8 o'clock In the courthouse travel through Starke and other and still It was necessary to turn i
ee, with cooperation of the are that this area will soon fade .j
looks If North Carolina will to
as plants here, held back late ma- towns people from the door because of,
along the route of Road 13.
Jnal park Service, on liniments stay out of the picture until the turity by the cold will produce as lack of room. The Rotarians' completely out of the picture. "

to make it a "wood- fifteenth of twentieth of April" much fruit In two crops as will Legionnaires Stage Successful grossed around $200 from the sale Growers there have harvested 20-

|retreat" Mr. Hodges declared.: "If things be obtained during an entire sea- 'of tickets with net profits estimated 412.500 pints of fruit for which,

facilities for picknlckers In- pan out just right from now on, son at Plant City where the milder at $170. they have received $1,840,270. p
COMMUNITY .
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table and bench comblna- Bradford County growers can temperature allows plants to The auditorium was packed to '

both sheltered and on a make some mighty good money begin producing fruit a very short capacity by 8:15: and a round of LIBRARIANRELEASED

Overlooking a small lake; four during"the next two or three time after they have been set. I The new Community Center tap dance by Dottle Sue Biggs and spontaneous applause arose as the

oal-burning stoves, water weeks. "With three good weeks of building on Call Street was officially Kasper Duncan Jr Rhythm tap curtains parted on the dot disclosing

[both faucets and drinking Eventually the conversation shipping, I venture to say that a opened to the public Tues- dance by Patsy Roberts; song the colorful scene that Services of Mrs II. Ii. Young an

h'ns' electric current and turned to Bradford County's State larger percentage of growers in day when members of the Jones- and tap dunce "You Must Have goes to make up the traditional! librarian at the public library

fa for portable radios, and Farmers' Market, construction of Bradford County will make more Langford-White American Legion Heen a Beautiful Baby" by Lyle first part of a minstrel End mer sere were terminated. by the WPA

rt stations. The water and which !had just been started when money than has been made In Post were "at home" to their Anderson, Ona Demorest, Clarice Nat Sternberg, John Whittemore :in March 22. A ruling prohibit.

systems are large enough Mr. Hodges was here this time Plant City this season," Mr. friends at a delightful reception Thomas, Betty Ann Flynn and Elmo Struth, and Charles Fender ing two members of the same

(town of 500 people. I last year. Hodges concluded. entertainment, and dance which Janet Anderson; selections by the were I In black face and wore gro-I i family from being employed by

iherg began at 5 o'clock in the after- '..adles' Chorus of the Starke 'h ... r
and onthnalnurnfind td t t .
fishing" teaquely. exaggera" cos umea I t"e gwRdiiiiriiiHi al agency ia said
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will every; 'o convenience Election At GrahamThe NEW MANAGERAT noon and continued late Into the Woman's Club; violin Bolos by Soloists and members of the I to have been the reason. for the r?

Park, A 600-foot sand School Board this week call night. MIllS Anita Courtmanche accom- chorus wore white linen suits I. action. Mrs. Young's son, Theo-
> has been BEASLEY'SAdolph The attractive new building, of panied by Mrs. J. H. Courtmanche; band. dore
laid out along the held !In the with red lapels and a red Is employed on a WPA pro-
ed an election to be which the local Legion Post has song and dance by Minx Grace '
bay of all in
Lake Johnson, on well-known here around the sleeves. They ject Gainesville.
Graham district on Tuesday April Gay. official custodian,
thE been designated Dew, accompanied by Mrs. Jean- '
park borders, and over- formed a semi-circle at the head At the time the
the 25, for the purpose of electing as local agent for the Jacksonville Is of log construction and Its rustic nette Kincaid. present libraryIs
's i lake is a modern bath- of which sat Leslie Shepherd, the In charge of Miss Dorothy Clair
three trustees and fixing millage Journal, will take over the man- interior was brightened for
bUilt' on another sand hill I. Following an address by How- Interlocutor. Klckllter who has been
for the next two years. Managerwill agement of Beasley's Service Station the occasion with red and white ard employedIn
gradually slopes to the Rowton, departmental adjutant Sonic, ranging from the ridiculous recent months as Mrs. Young's
be J. A. J. McKinney, Frank at the corner of Call Street flowers, the Legion's colors, with of
Several diving boards and H. D. Wasdin, and Saturday. the state Legion organi- (The Old Sow Song) to the Blllll tant.
have Abernathy and Temple Avenue Flanders poppies predominating. zation, the following newly-elect
been constructed, as Voting will sublime (Mother Machren) and a Many library will
John Surrency, clerk. announces that the I Guests who called during the patrons regret
as a boathouse Mr. Gay ed officers of the post were publicly
where boats'shlng be In R. S. Wasdin's packing shed. quality service will afternoon were received by officers barrage; of rapid-fire jokes consumed to learn of Mrs. Young's retirement -
highest Installed L. D.
and very : Vining, commander -
hunting be the first 45 minutes of the
may for It Is! largely through her
ed be rendered the public, and that of the Post and were Invitedto ; R. J. Turner, vice-com ;
Recently the lake show. The solos met
ked was The road and Oil Products will be inspect the new building.At mander following efforts that the library was built
with thousands of winds its way. Standard: ; N. II Wainwright Jr., high favor with the audience:
r bass Lake Sheeler, Pebble fing-, miles of trails and other Improve- handled. Tires, batteries, spark 7:30: o'clock '''A. J. Thomas, adjutant; E. K. Perryman, chap- Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones" by up from a mere handful of booksto

eel' which ments In the forest were built by plugs, seat covers and other sun- service officer of the Post, made lain: W. S. Sibley, historian; A. its present comprehensive state.
are In the 1080- T. K. McClane. Jr.. "The Old l Sow She has often been commended for
of CCC Camp be sold, and battery the address of welcome which was J.
Fork also the war veterans dries will Thomas. service officer; and '
L. Matthews "Dinah"by
:
be restocked Song" K. ,
may Johnson Jr., greasing, polish- responded to by Mayor W. E. MMdlcton. by the way in which she kept the U,
bass In the near future. A 2144, Capt. Henry" A. service! washing David G. ROMS, serg -ant-at-urms. John Whittemore, "MotherJUachree" book
shelves here abreast of tnt
I sad<.l a doe deer were placed commanding under the directionof ing, waxing will be done by expert These were followed by After the Installation, dancing by Leslie Shepherd times
talks W. M. Edwards, ,
of the Na- at reasonable prices. short by
park last year and already A. B. Welsslnger. servicemen was enjoyed to music furnishedby "Mine All Mine" by Nat Stern- .
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F er family has been Increased tional Park Service project super- Mr. Gay's formal opening an- chairman of the City Council, andL the Starke Swlngsters. i berg, and "Dark Town StruUJrsBall"

*. birth nouncement will be found on page L. Conner, chairman of the Curtis Itowe Dies
of a fawn. Intendent.One Hostesses for the evening were: by Charles Fender. Other

|rk win be started soon on 15 of the prettiest trails is a- lour of this Issue of the Tele Hoard At Intervals of County during Commissioners the evening Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs. J, L I singers were D. P. Carpenter, Bill Curtis Rowe 33, died early? t

which will be built on the long the 65-foot deep ravine graph. brief speeches. were also made by Simmons, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Graham Jim Rltch, Junius Smith, Thursday morning at his home-

'f Lake Johnson. They I[ though which Gold Head Branch F. F. Stump, chairman of the Jr., Mrs. W. B Sewell, Mrs L. D. Frank Landrum Al Kay Carlisle. near Lawtey He" was a farmer

P furnished the principal natural I Bill Mundy. W. H. Hart Ruth and was a victim of diabetes
and have accom- runs. It Is Ilelieves In Advertising County Planning Council K. G. Vining, and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.

Ilonl for five persons in I I attraction In the park and from commander of Punch was served by Mimes !,Sternberg, and Lillian Sternberg. Funeral services were held at 3
the record
broke Duncan, retiring
Odom
They will be rented by the the top to the bottom of the j. D. he came Into the the Post, and L. D. Vining, new Gayle Sewell. Betty and Caroline Easily: the biggest hit of the o'clock Thursday afternoon and
when
|r week at nominal sums I| gorge a series of steps have been this week office. pulled out his Pont commander Green, and Edith Rowe. evening was the "beautiful baby" I Interment followed In Long Branch
Park Is convenience" of hikers Telegraph" number which had the audience In Cemetery.The .
situated about five built for the chairman of
i| bill folder and paid In advance fora Mrs. Noble White and Mrs.] Mrs. Duncan was
half miles north of and nature lovers. | decoration and stitches for the better part of ten deceased la survived by his y
Key- i advertisement to be Alice Langford of Lake Butler, the committee of t
classified
l"l.U? on state road 68 In I I I A limestone portal and a con- in the paper for one solid mother. of two of the three Bradford Mr.*. VIning was chairman of the or fifteen minutes. The number parents, :Mr. and Mrs. David N.

aunty and is readily acces- : tact station are being constructeJ run Mr. Odom wants to buy County boys killed In the |I refreshment committee. opened on a conventional note Rowe; three brothers. Ed Rowe

to reSident of Jacksonville. ', now at the park entrance. The year. and hogs and you'll be read- World War and for whom the I Members of the Post wish to ex- with little Joan Carpenter singingand and Percy Rowe of Halneti City

gustlne, Lake house for the park custodian has cows I who dancing "You Must Have Clfnort Rowe of Lake Alfred; two
City; Starke. I I I about It In our classified: column Post was named, were introduced ,press their appreciation to all r
Butler. Green Cove ''been completed. ing In the Been a Beautiful Baby, but sister Miss Myra Rowe of Law-
assisted
Springs for the next fifty-two weeks. during the afternoon and evening.The i In any way making t
attend
yule. Palatka, and other I The public is invited to that time everyone should following program of entertainment -I dedication exercises" such a splen- Dora tey, and Mrs. Ola. Prescott of
'I being ar- By I
..irf communities Through I the gala celebration know what he wants. ., was presented: Military did success. }, Highland.fnrb .
| a four-mile clay road ranged for the opening day. tI'


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/, PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA _FltlDAY ,I.\IJ"L

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Crosby, Mrs, Lois New vans. Mrs. 1SOTICH' OK !"Ln OF- TAX bidder at the Courthouse door In' stun Truby & Co's Add to Starke by the .majority "t, the City. Council NWor' NE -.
1 CKHTIFICATRMNotice Stark- on the XIft day of March A. In Wits of NBV Sec: 28 Tp 6 H' R and providing for advertisementof 22 6.? contain' ,
BOY Lester Crosby Mrs Marcus Conner la hereby given that J. W I). 1939 at 11 00 .,'eluvk| A M. 22 JoJ.The. notl'.o of all details of the proposed leas.. b

Mrs. A. S. Crosby Mrs II. Lewis hall filed with me written request Dated this the 11th., day of March taxes to be sold are evidenced transaction. Including methodof Said rerun." ,
that the tax certificates together A. I). IU9.OP'FICIAL. by certificate Nos. 427 and 1126 payment uf Much Plants' Indebt NW14, of NW'' ,
SCOUT B. Kelly Mrs. Oscar Crosby, I with all subsequent omittedor ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas of 1932 and 1933 respectively and edness. Houth, Rang.. It".
I I Misses Ida Mae Andrews Doris levied taxes' held by the State beadvertised Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- represent unpaid taxes for the years cy(( Council Florida.of the Cityof ( Acres, more (", |, .n ltl'
ford County Florida. 8-17 3t 1-31 1931 both Inclusive, amounting Starke. The ,
and sold to the highestbidder to 1939 a""e""II", ,
Edwards Its
and Betty Crosby. W. M. <
By:
SEAL
( ) "
NEWSTroop I for cash an. provided by to $32.44. erty under. IL"1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of NOTICE' OP1 MALE Of TAX ALSO N 8-4 of SEVi\ of BW% Sec Chairman.ATTEST was In the nam,." ," 1 tMp
I Cart Johns .
the Legislature upon .he following CERTIFICATES 36 Tp. 4 S. R 21 E., 30 Acres : 17Clerk. Assessment of nttOR;
r children and J. R. Kelly spent Notice la hereby given that W. F. sold evidenced -14 tl J".
described real estate In the Countyof The taxes to be are under Bald ( Vn "'
70 Boy Scouts of America I Thursday of last week in Jackson Bradford State of Florida to- Oalney has filed with me writtenr.Qu..t by certificate No. 109 of 1934, NOTIC'H OF APPLICATION:! In the name of (1 I, ,;,""',, v: I""
theyears
wit that the tax: certificate.tOKeth..r and represent unpaid taxes for T
almost In Ita entirety assem- ville. : with all subsequent omit- 1939 both Inclusive FOR TAX DEE redeemed ,
8V' of SE>4 A SK'/t of 8WV4 See. 1933 to aco'rdiugt LhpW
11111 No. 10.1) ]|
bled last Thursday night at the Brown of Plant City 22 Tp 7 S. R. 20 K.. Containing' 120 ted or levied taxes held by the State amounting to $42.81.ALSO (reset.IS HEREBY GIVEN, properties des, lbi '
anUct- Raymond Acres. be advertised and Bold to the highest : WV4 of NEVd Sec. 12 Tp. 8 NOTICE old to the high, 1, 'h r'hr, .
holder of Tax
local Scout headquarters was a recent guest of hla mother, The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced bidder for cash as provided by S. R. 22 B.. 80 Acres. That Julia Tlson 125 Issued the 8th. Court-hoime door, .,, 1Idde.
pating a Journey to Jacksonville by certificate Nos. 40 and 71 of Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of The taxes to be sold are evidenced Certificate No. filesame day In the Ih, Dry v
Mrs Arie Brown and Miss Nona July A. D. 1925. has I"U'II'
of
the the of 1934 day '
Legislature upon following No. 298 ,
certificate which
fl of Honor. Moat 1928 and 1935 respectively and represent by I. the \
lid
Court has made
Main office and
to the described real In the the In my 1. ,
Brown unpaid taxes; for the year estate Countyof and represent. unpaid taxes for D. 1939. 114,
of the boya were disappointed, 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng Bradford, State of Florida to- years 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive, application for a tax deed to be Dated this 9th

however for the bus which had to "81.19. wit: amounting to $80.88. Issued certificate thereon. embraces the following D. 1939. du' r Yv
ALSO: WI,!, of NWW of NW% Sec. NV4 of 8EV4" of NEVi Sec. 1 Tp. 7 ALSO: E 11 Acres of SEV. of Said In the (OFFICIAL SEAL,
described property
been engaged by the Scoutmaster OIHF.R or* rriu.K'ATiov: AM 25 Tp. 5 I 8. R. 21 K., 20 Acres. S. R. 19 E., 20 Acres NWVi Sec. 13 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., of Bradford State of Florida, Clerk of Circuit .\ I'
failed to appear. After patlenty NOTICE TO APPKAI The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced 11 Acres County County Florldti t' 8
certificate No. 94 or 1931 and by certificate No. 3 of 1932 and The taxes to be sold are evidenced to-wit:
by 'Iet
111
f' for the The u.t..r Florida t. Ha Rolland Lot 7 of Blk 13 In Gasklna Add. _
as possible 301 of 1934,
waiting as long by certificate No
unpaid taxes for the taxes for the
represent years represent unpaid
Ilmnrh, years
Flowery eorKlm to Starke Sea. 29 Tp. 6. 8. R. 22 E.I TO ,
,
bus the boys were divided and You are notified that Boyd J. 1930 to 1939, both inclusive, amounting 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting and represent. unpaid taxes for theyears The assessment. of the said prop- TAKE WHO IT M**.ca
1939 both Inclusive, NOTICE
to $3004.ALSO to $19.37. 1933 to ,
I '
Holland Han filed
plaintiff duly .
as Issued
the said certificate lar
advancements under
those receiving his. bill of complaint for divorce : NKVi of NE% Sec. U Tp. ALSO: 81,9 of SBVi\; of NEO & NV amounting to $14.41. Blk 28I. erty was In the name of W. H. Hoillngsworth Florida session of in, I IrluM) .
8 9 11 which ,
Lots ,10
1 loaded Into the 5 R. H. 21 B., 40 Acres. ALSO: a
hurriedly against Sallle Holland defendant of
R.
were you as SBVi\ Sec. 1 Tp. 7 S. If E., 100 S.R. Ext. .
28 Florida
T. & Co's Add. Sec. Tp.I
cars of L. F. Smith and the Rev. and that affidavit for the The taxes to be sold are evidenced Acres 22 E. I Unless said certificate shall be Hoard of Count \?''0 Illi
'
certificate No. 95 85 and
Issuance of thin order had been. duly by The taxes' to be sold are evidenced The to be sold are evidenced redeemed according to law, the Bradford Counts !.v
takento and taxes 1"rI.11"
1932 1933
Frank Robinson and were 279 of 19.11 respectively -
filed all In Circuit Court of Bradford '

described therein will be
I I and represent unpaid taxes by certificate No. 4 of 1932 and by certificate No. 383 of 1834, property Board of Publl, i II, "(
the Court. The other boys attended County Florida In Chancery; for the, 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive represent unpaid taxes for the and represent. unpaid taxes for theyears sold to the highest bidder at the Bradford Count e', tru, <'\>i 1
; the Rotary Club Minstrel I' and' you Halll Holland In, are Raid herebyrequired amounting years to $82.61.ALSO years 1931 to 1939\ both Inclualve.a"ountlnll' 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive, court house door on the first Mon- Board of Bond Ti "a Idi tB.
to causeon ,
appear In the month of April 1934
day
to $69.06.
7t where they acted as ushers ando I County May Telegraph 1. A. D. In 1939 designated; Bradford all S. li. 21 : E SKV4:? 40 of Acres.8E
helpers In the show. Those re- the newspaper for the publication! The taxes to be sold are evidenced 7 S R. 20 E., 40 Acres. City Sec. 4 Tp. 7 S. II. 21 E., 6 this 1st., day of March Bible enacted hit. 'iin proutr
1 I by certificate. NOB. 113 and 380 The taxes to be sold are evidenced Acres one-thlrd of all ?" ,, ,? .
in Jacksonville of this order once each week for .
awards OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 1 t.
ceiving The taxes to be sold are evidenced ( celveed from th. J
)I four consecutive! week of 1932 and 1933 respectively and by certificate Nos. 35 and 9 of '
p were: Advanced to the rank of Witness hand and official represent unpaid taxes for the years 1932 and 1936 respectively and represent by certificate NOH. 154 and 161 of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford any other "Sim. ". taR, ?.
I ark: for 1931 and 1935 respectively, and re- County. Florida. 3-3 6t 3-31 County ('001101 \ I I
Star (the next highest rank above seal at Florida thin March 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, a- unpaid taxes the yearllt931 .
28, A. D 1919.UFFICIAL! mounting to $54.94. to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng present unpaid taxes for the years County Florida "u, d I i ,
--r, i First Class), Scouts Leonard SEAL) A. :J. Thomas ALSO: SWH of NWM Sec. 14 Tp. to $48.64.ALSO 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting NOTICE Of APPLICATION: FOR tue of Chapter I tq'u ejh
Michael Dew Enos An Clerk of Bald' Circuit Court. 6 S H. 21 "1.. 40 Acres. : Lot 32 Woodlawn Sec. to 69.71. TAX I)KKI> Ida, Acts of I in I, ?Id
Smith Jr.
ALSO 6 Acres. In SW Cor. of (Senate!' Hill No. 18:1): amendatory II
Knight & Knight Attorney. for The taxes to be sold are evidenced 16 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., 10 Acres. : the..i i ''I a
1 Hayes, and George Flynn. Re- plaintiff 3-31 4t 4-21 by certificate NOB. 131, 147 and The taxes to be sold are evidenced SWV\ of SWVi' Sec. 4 Tp. 78. R. 21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN known as the :a. ''rl roe
First Class Award was 640 of 1931 1934 and 1936 respectively by certificate Nos. 196 and 624 K. 6 Acres That F. M. Pack ham holder of Tax be thereafter dlv ,.1.| n "lu
i ceiving and represent unpaid' taxes for of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and The taxes to be sold are evidenced Certificates Numbered respectively lions between th 'laid oq
Charles Jones; Second Class awards NOTICE f>KIM OH1 TAX the years 1930 to US9, both Inclusive represent unpaid taxes for the years. by certificate Nee 155 and 154 981 Issued August 7th., 1933 and County ConimlHM!, ,,, 8t
CKHTIKICATRft' of 1931 and 1936 respectively. and 159 Issued September 7th. 1936, has of Public Instrucr Tht
went Lee Leonard amounting to $106.83. 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting and
' to Billy Notice! In herehy given that W. II. ALso: Sly of SE',. Sec. 17 Tp. 6 : to $31.60. represent unpaid taxes for the filed same In my office and has of Bond Trustee. TV
, Peek and William Baker. A Bud Edwards, Jr., has. filed with me S. U. 21 E., 80 Acres. : ALSO: Lots 8. 7 of Blk 25 Origin. years 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive made application for tax deed to be KOAKD OFSIGNERS 'u! "'1'\
Seal to be attached to the written request. that the tax certificates The taxes to be sold are evidenced al Town of Starke NN"-s of SWVi amounting to 318Ai.ALSO issued thereon. Said certificate Ofo' BIt.\lFOI\I 1\1\I
''I' get together will all subsequent by certificate No. 120 of 1932. Sec. 28 Tp. 8 S R. 22 E. I : 2 Acres In SB 'or of NV4 respectively, embraces the following COUNTY FI.nIUIJA ( \
. j ) Troop Charter was presented to omitted or levied taxes held and represent unpaid taxes for the The taxes to be void are evidenced lof SV6\ of SEVi of SB"-. Sec. E Tp. 7S. described properties in the Countyof BOAT
'J r, 70 giving !It the distinction by the mate. be advertised. and sold years. 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, by certificate No. 416 of 1932 I R. 21 E., 2 Acres: Bradford State of Florida. FOR B tApFgAO\
t t.l. ,a4 Troop to the highest. bidder for cash aa amounting to $5041. and represent unpaid taxes for the The taxes to be sold are evidenced Said Certificate No. 981, embraces TY FLORIDA
h of being the first troop in the provided by Chapter 1829S of the ALSO: NWV4\ of NEV4 Sec. 24 Tp. years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive by certificate" Nos. 204 and 157 That Portion of SWVi of Blk 1 N BOARD OK. BOND:' TRr
rP North Florida Area to receive 1937 acts of the Legislature upon t S K. 21 K.. 40 Acres. amounting to $142.76. of 1930 and 1935 respectively, and of It 3 W & That portion of SBVi OF BRADFORD! >f.vnj:
t the following described real estate The taxes to be sold are evidenced ALSO: Lots '1. 8, 9, 10 In Kverlys represent unpaid taxes for the of Blk 1 N of R 4 W that lies In FLORIDA
such an award. Troop 12 of Jacksonville In the County of Bradford, State of by certificate NOB. 123 and 405 Add. Sec. 29 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E. years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive
' received the second seal. Florida to-wit: of 1932 and 1931 respectively, and The taxes to be sold. are evidenced amounting to $17.89.
BK:% of SK'/ Sec. 27' Tp. 4 S, R. represent. unpaid taxes for the years by certificate NOD. 473 and 1268 ALSO Lots 13 & 14 Blk 14 L. T.
These two troops being the only 22 E., 40 Acres. 1931 to 19J9. both Inclusive, amounting of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and & ('0'.. Add. to Starke, Sec 28 Tp. SPECIAL
ones qualifying for this award In The taxes to be sold are evidenced to 8710. represent unpaid taxes. for the 6 S R. 22 I R
by certificate No. 191 of 1931 ALSO! : Lots 22, 23, 24. 26 In Wood- years' 1931 to 1919: both Inclusive, The taxes to be sold ire. evidenced -
the Area. Besides these awards and represent unpaid taxes. for the lawn Sec. 14 Tp. ( S. R. 22 K., 40 amounting to $51.61. I hy oertlfl ,sec Not. .41 and 1110
r 17 merit badges were presented 'years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, ALSO: UEVi of NWVi\ Sec. 84 Tp. of 1931 and 1933 respectively and
amounting to 170.86. A.The taxes to be Bold are evidenced 6 R. R. 22 E.. 40 Acres. represent unpaid taxes for the YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR
boya of Troop 70 during the last ALSO: NW',, of NEVi Sec. 14 Tp. by certificate Nos. 185 and 601 The taxes to be sold are evidenced to 1939 both Inclusive
week. Mr. Joe E. Wilson, chair- 4 H. H. 22 K., 40 Acres I of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and by certificate No. 814 of 1833. amounting to $3470.
; The taxes to be sold are evidenced represent unpaid taxes. for the years and represent unpaid taxes for the I ALSO: WU of SWVi. of SEVi & GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFF
S man of advancement on the Troop ed certificate No. Z51 of 1030 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting years 1931 to 19.19. both Inclusive, SWH of SWV, Sec. 30 Tp. 7 S. It.
i/ Committee, says that he is well and represent unpaid taxes for the to $89.68.' amounting to $36.01. 21 E.. 60 Acres.
I year. 1929 to 19.19. both Inclusive AI.SO: Lots 1. 13, 14 or Frac'l Blk ALSO: : S'-j of SWVi of NWVi & The taxes to be sold are evidenced TO PAYSmith's
pleased with the work and the ad- amounting to $111.71. 28 Temples Add to Starke Sec. 28 NWV4 of SWVi\ Sec. 13 Tp. 6 S. H. by certificate Nos. 188 and 540
vancements of the boys. ALSO: Lot 67 In Woodlawn Sec. Tp. 8 B. R. 22 K., 20 E., 60 Acres of 1929 and 1413: respectively and
'' 13 Tp. 6 H. K. 22 K.. 10 Acres.. The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced represent unpaid taxes for the
At the present time ranks of The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 1210 of 1933. by certificate No. 28 of 1930 and years 1928 to 19J9 22both inclusive
" w boya of this troop are as follows: by certificate NOH. 97 anti 688 and represent unpaid taxes for the r..prellent'unpaid taxes. for the years' amounting to $ Garag
''of 1928 and 1933 respectively and years 1932 to 193, both inclusive. 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting ALSO: SWVi of NEVi. \ Sec. 35 Tp.
0 1 Life Scout; 5 Star Scouts; 5 represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $15.68. to Ut3116. 6 8, R. 21 B, 40 Acres
First Class; S Second Class; 12Tenderfoot yeaml927, to 1939. both Inclusive ALSO: Com. at SE Cor. ofJack, ALSO: NE'',. of SEV4 & E'<, of The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
I amounting to 4699. son & Bay Sts. & Run E 52W\.i ft., S NWVi\ of BEVi Sec. :2 I Tp. 6 S. R. 21 by certificate Nos. 87 and 313
; and 3 boys In the preparation I Al.HO: Lot JI! In Woodlawn Sec. 105 ft. W &2V.J ft., N. 105 ft., to Beg, K: 60 Acres. of 1929 and 1933 respectively, and
clasB.Meeting 13 Tp. & 8. H. 22 E., 10 Acres. Sec 28 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E, The taxes to be. sold are evidenced represent unpaid taxes for the
e'r I The taxes to be .sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate Nos. 98 and 338 of years 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive
nights have been temporarily by certificate NOB. 100 and 690 by certificate No 1252 of 1933 1932 and 1933 respectively, and represent amounting to$94.3. {lJ14IItlLHS
,!t.. changed from Friday of 1928 and 193.1 respectively, and and represent. unpaid taxes. for the unpaid taxes for the years. ALSO: Com. 6971-j ft N of SW Cor
represent unpaid taxes for the years 19.12 to 1939 both Inclusive, 1931 to 1939! both Inclusive, amounting of NEV offn.. & Run. "r9G4,
;( night to Monday Nights 7:30: o'- years 1927 to 1939, both Inclusive amounting to $22.71 to $104 62. E: 230: ft, N 191'" ft.V 260 ft, S' ?
clock. Meetings to be held in the amounting to $45.99. ALSO: S13V, of NWV Sec. 4 Tp. ALSO:: NE, of SEVi\ Sec. 2 Tp. 8 197"4( ft, to BegSec.. 30 Tp. 7 S. R. 7fu7Lke75e ,1'' e
r AI.HO: Lot 14 In Woodlawn Sec. 7 H. R. 22 E., 40 Acres. S. R. 22 E., 40 Acre 22 .F.
Church School rooms of the First 14 Tp. 6 S. K. 22 I;., 10 Acres. The taxes to be .sold are evidenced The taxes to lie sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced
!1 Methodist Church. The taxes to he sold are evidenced by certificate Nos. 514 and 1369 by certificate NOB 163 and 883 t by certificates. No. 602 of 1914.
by certificate Nos. 103 and 600 of 1932 and 1933 respectively and of 1924 and 1913: respectively and and represent. unpnld taxes for the To him better chance {
> ,r .. The attendance for the month of of 11128 and 1933 respectively and represent unpaid taxes. for the years represent unpaid taxes for the years years 19.13 to 1439!', both inclusive give a
w 9 March has been excellent the represent. unpaid taxes for the 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- 1923 to 1939 both Inclusive a- amounting to $35.25. in life
start
now
years 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive Ing to f112.tl9. : mount to $108.93. Said tax certificates together on. our ,
Y"" troop receiving an attendance amounting to $45.H9. ALSO: NE'/i of NWVi less Ry ALSO: SKVi: of NWVi\ & WH ofSWVi with all subsequent. omitted or Levied which will '
of 00 1> The following A 1.1010: Lot 44 East: Lnwtey Sec. Right-of-Way Sec 21 Tp. 7 H. R. 21 ; of SW',.. Sec. 11 Tp. 8 S. R taxes will be sold to the highest systematic plan
average percent. I 23. U. 25, 29 Tp. 6 H. R. 22 K E. 38 Acres 22 B. 60 Acies. bidder at the Courthouse door In enable
. child
Scouts hold a perfect attendance The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced Starke on the 31st day of March19E9 your to obtaina
!jv for the month of March l hy certificate NOH. 124 and 734 by certificate Nos. 168 and 603 by certificate Nos.. 274 and 313 at 11:00, o'clncic A. M.
: of 1928 and 1933 respectively. and of 1931 and 19.13 respectively, and of 1931 and 19.15: respectively, and Dated this the llth. day of !MarchA. college eckication' at amaze
Scouts Frank Robinson, III Knos I represent unpaid taxes for the represent unpaid taxes for the years represent unpaid taxes for the II. 1B39.OFFICIAL. K wv't! 4t:
Hayes, Sonny Haynes George yearn 1927 to 1939. both Inclusive 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- I years 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive\ ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ingly small cost
amounting to $38 99. I log to $60.42. amounting to $85.93.: Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Flynn, Michael Dew, Charles I ALSO: NK<4 of NKV4 of NKVi Sec. I ALSO: WV i of NW'/i of NWVi\ Sec. ALSO: Wij, of SWU of NW'i & County Florida. 3-17 3t 3-31
Jones, Billy Lee Arch Thomas I 24 Tp. 5 H. U. 22 E., 10 Acres. > 21 'rp. 5 S. R. 22 E.. 20 Acres N 3of NWV of SW'4' Kx S 9 1-2 Ask our local agentor
I The taxes to be sold are evidenced : The taxes to be sold are evldenc- Acres & HKVt of HW,', of NVV>4 Sec. \OTICIJ: Of ITI'\TIOV. : TO APPLY
+' '2)a Jr., Buck McMillan Buddy Davis, by certificate. NOB. 131 and 763 I..d I by certificate No. 213 of 1932 26 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 B.. DO Acres FOIt x11';( 11', I.KfMIITIOV write
?+' Chester McKinney Comer of 1928 nnd 1933 respectively' and i and represent unpaid taxes for theamounting The taxes to be sold are evidenced "'01& Till; tin OK XTAHKi:,
1; Ferryman represent unpaid tuxes for the I I : to both Inclusive by certificate No. 318 of 1934. "' ) ti e1 n,. r .-n nn to
'I Sonny Peek, Olin White Jr.. years 1927 to 1949 both inclusive, i i to $2914. and represent unpnld taxes for the NOTICE IK hereby given to all I
Prrs Warren Winkler Judy McCrne I amounting"" to $45.!<9. ALSO: HI-4: of NI';'/ of SWV4 Sec. years 1933 to 1939. both Inclusive\ whom! it may concern that theullde.lgn..d
'i ALSO! : Nii( of H\W of SRi, of .15 Tp. )& S. R. 22 K., 10 Acres amounting to $63.34. will have prepared and
and Bobby Btxgs. NIOV4 Hec. 26 Tp. 6 H It. 22 K.: D I The taxes to be sold ore. evidenced ALSO: ('om..at NK 'or of SEVi of lequest the enactment of Special I
Dues are well paid and they Acres.The. by certificate No. 863 of 11MJ. NPJVi\ & nunV 382 ft. Thence R Legislation for the City of .Starke.Florida .
: up taxes. to be sold are evidenced and represent unpaid I taxes for the easterly. to a pt. 225 ft W of .et'. at the regular session. of .L
' + condition of the troop as a whole l hv certificate Nos. 13IJ and H0.1: years 1932 to 19"*, both Inclusive line on S side of SKI:\ of NJ-' 'i the 1919 Florida. Legislature providing l ,
r, Is In an excellent shape. Much of 1928 and 1933 respectively and amounting to $23.M. Thence S easterly 600 ft to a pt. an exclusive method by ,
represent unpaid. taxes fur the ALSO: Lots 18, 20 Peetsvllle embracing 120 ft from said Sec line, thence U which the City of Starke, may lease, .
interest In displayed over the prospects years 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive NVj of NK. .. & NIC',4' of 120 ft to Sec line thence N on line oil, dispose of, or abandon the
of having some buildings on amounting to $ 0.3:1.: NVV/4 !Sec. 86 Tp. I 5> M R. 22 b:., 13 to lI..g.I..c! 27. Tp. 6 8: R. 22 to:.. usual operation. of its municipal
; ALSO: Wlfc of HKV. of NEVI of Acres. 12 Acres. light and water plant, or .either E. R. BOWERSBox
l the new camp site within the next SWVi i Sec. 2tt Tp. & H.' Ft. 22 I:.. SAcres. The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold* are evidenced "iiilrlng therefor an affirmative
few weeks. Outstanding In his by certificate Nos. 363 and 873 by certificate No. 357;; of 1934 and vote. of at leant, three-fourths' of the I
P The taxes to he sold are evidenced of 1930 and 1933 respectively. and represent unpaid taxes for the years total number of all the then qualified 303
leadership and Interest In this project hv certificate Nos. 141 and 2SB represent unpaid taxes for the 1933 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting voters. of said City, at the next
,4 {, for many months Is Mr. C. H. '! of 1928 and 1934 respectively, and years 1929 to 1919 both inclusive to $20114 I regular, Citv election held after approval i Starke Florida
; .G represent unpaid taxes for the I amounting to 8974. ALSO Lots 6, 7 .of Blk 29 Living-> of the proposed transaction'' ,
t Nasworthy, president of the Rotary years. 1927 to 1/:19.: both Inclusive I ALSO: ]Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk 11. Livingston.
Club. Mr. Nasworthy says amounting to $25.70 Truby & Co's Add. Sec. 28
ALSO: NWV of HWH Hec 11 Tp. Tp 8 S. R. 22 E.
that this Is one of the outstanding 8 S. U. 21 K., 40 Acres. The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
needs of our community and he The taxes to he sold are evidenced by certificate No. 376 of 1934,
I liv certificate Nos. 12C and 139 and represent. unpaid taxes for the
has pledged himself to exert every of 1931 and 11134 respectively and years 1933 to 1939: both Inclusive,
effort in peeing that the boys of represent unpaid. taxes. for the amounting to $84' .60. w
years 1930 to 1931) both Inclusive ALSO: NV4\ of Blk. 45 L, T & Co's
this have
troop adequate camping amounting to 8418. Suh-UIV. Sec. 28 Tp. 6 H. R. 22 E. t rp
'
facilities Others as well are Interested ; ALSO: N" '/ of NRV Sec 15 Tp. The taxes to be sold are evidenced ,
( in this 8 S. H. Jl 1.., 40 Acres' liv certificate. Nos. fltI! and 1164
addition to the The taxes. to be sold are evidenced of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and
oP community life of Starke and the by certificate Nos. 1.12 and 150 represent unpaid taxes. for the xI

( I N support of the entire Rotary Club of 19.11: and 1934 respectively, and years 1929 to 1939 both inclusive,
,
' ivpresent unpaid. taxes for the amounting to $72.49.
'' the sposorlng group for this Troop years 11)3(1) ( to 11139.! both Inclusive. ALSO: ('00). on" Cull; St.' I(t SW
is assured. amounting to $106.12. Cor of Land Owned by Mrs.. H. M
ALSO: Lot 24 It Lot 26 A. Townof Wells & (Hun N 320 ft to land of
At the Troop meeting last Monday Lawtev W of Hy., H",,". 2J, 24. 25, A. L. Alvarez Thence W along
-t4 night Dr. M. B. Hei long. Zfl Tp. 5 H. It. 22 K.. Alvare land 121 ft. Thence S 316
The taxes to be sold' nre evidenced ft. to Call St., t thence .K on Cull St.
Chairman of the Troop Committee '! bv certificate Nos. 245 and l 2!Ii ri I Ill: ft to beg In NVVV4 of SWVi\ Soc. jfrca

t made an Interesting and lnatruc-1 of 1932 and 1935 respectively, and 28 'Tp 6 S. R. 22 K
\' represent unpaid. taxes for the The taxes to bet l sold I are evidenced
l'i tlve talk to those present Patrol vears 1031 to Iff.: both Inclusive, bv certificate NOH.. 372 and 6.18: ,

'it t meetings were held In which the amounting to $50(12.( of 19.11 and 19.14: respectively and
I ALSO': SWV, of NI':", of SP314 8t'C' represent unpaid taxes for the years
'4 boya continued the work on their. .l3 Tp. 5 H. n. 23 K.. 10 Acres 1930 to 1919. both Inclusive amountIng -
" + displays which will be completed'this '' The taxes to be sold are' evidenced / to $339.38.ALSO .
,1 i bv rertlflcHte. Nos.. 271 and 271 : Lots 1. 4, 5 of Ilk IS Lin-
week. Plans were made for of 1132 nnd 1931 respectively, and coin City Sec., 32 Tp. 0 S. H. 22 B.
further and more extensive work represent. unpaid taxes. for the The taxes. to tie '.sold are evidenced
s I yi'iirs I 1911: to 19.19: both Inclusive, by certificate N.... 494 and 1310
into the realm of Scouting with I I amounting to $20,81..t1.HO of 1932 and 1933 respectively and
rP 1.' the Idea of developing the minds : '...., of NWVJ; of NEi' Sec. represent unpnld taxes. for the
20 Tp 6 H. H. 22 13., 20 Acres. years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive 3 : I r t &
I bodies, and souls of those engaged 'I The taxes to b.. sold "'*,. ,,*'..1.- amounting to $20.51. A'k$3 ,
In this excellent boy organization ed hv certificate No. 974 of 11133.I ALSO: ('0",. at NW Cor of NEVi c a n ,'rI
''l '' I and represent. unpaid taxes for t the of NVV'H; & Run K, 400 ft. S 230 ft,
George Powell completed his period venrs 1932 to t93! both Inclusive W 4DO ft, N 230: rt, to Beg Sec 34 t r 6
.,9 J ''r of training and will take the amounting to $43.78 Tp. 6 H. It. 22 ":., 2 Acres. a
k I i ALSO': SWV of SK'i Sec 21 Tp. The taxes to be sold are' evidenced :
l Tenderfoot tests during the week I AS. It 22 e:., 40 I Acres. Also. known l Ioy certificate Nos. 1 579 and 1331 ti iF'f ,'b
after which he will be received I I.I ." Knights Sub-Ply.. Itlncks 1 ton of 1930 and 1933 respectively and ,i ,: $ ,
into of the Inclusive, except., Int 3 Ilk I AKx represent unpaid taxes for the :years ,, .
membership Troop, and : Luis 1. 2. 3, 8, 9, 10 ilk 12 Sec.' 199 to 193!!. both Inclusive, a-
1.('! assigned to a Patrol. 21 Tp I A S. It. 23 K. mountlng"" to $47.13.
The taxes to he sold are evidenced ALSOCom.: at a Pt. 739 1-3 ft. ,
i Only one or two more boys can by certificate. No. 192 of 126. W of NE ('01' of W I u. of NKV, & '
be received Into this Troop under I 'and represent unpnld taxes. for theV.IIIH Run W on 8eo. line 783: ft, Thence'
the present of 1125 to I9V both Inclusive S iy Mile, thence 1 I': 7.1.1 ft, Thence' Ni,
F plan organization amounting to $711 KO. to Beg. Sec 17 Tp. 7 H. It. 20 Jo:., 44 I
'p and boys desiring to Join are urged ALSONKVi: i of SWVi\ Sec. It Tp. 7IS Acres "I
to make their application I H 22 K., 40 Arrea.I The taxes to be ,fold' are evldenced ,
tA to I The taxes to be. sold are evldencd by certificate No. HU of 1932: and i
) the scoutmaster at once. All applications .- hv certificate No. 407 of 19.11.: represent unpaid taxes. for the
2 'i will be considered In .and represent. unpnld taxes. for the years. 19.11 to l9St both Inclusive.
years 1930: to 1934 both Inclusive, amounting to $41.37. '
the order in which they are re uni'tuntlng to $((13.51*. ALSOSYV: ;",, of SWii of SE'4 "Time out"for
ceived. ALSO: 8U of NKV, of NWM of Sec U Tp 5 H. R !2 to:., Ill Acres I
1 :NW',, Sec. 25 TII 8. U. 23 K. 5 The taxes to be. sold are evlilem' ,
+-- .twos., ed by certificate Nos. 1X1 and 6HHf \ ,
t SUNNY BROOK FARMOlm. 1: The taxes to be sold are evldenchv .. 1912: and 11133 respectively and I
..<.1) certificate No. U41 of 1913, represent unpaid taxes. for the years I I l refreshment
Klojd n. Crosby, ( 01' and represent unpaid taxes for theyears 1931! to 19J9, both Inclusive, a '
1933 to I'Mli. both Inclusive, "mounting, "" to $a. 94. .
Mrs J. R. Kelly entertained at amounting, to $18 46. ALSO! : Lot 26 In Woodlawn &
her home ALSO; N''', of SK": ,, of NW', of ;NWV4\ of SW''\,, of 8KV* Sec. 14 Tp. I A pause In work plays an Important part in doing
Thursday afternoon of NWV, Hec. 25 Tp. 8 8. It. 22 K.: 5 5 S R. 23 K, 20 Acre I $ a 0

last week from 3 o'clock until 3, i Arras The taxes to be told are evldencd the job right. That's where CocaColadoes
the The taxes to be sold are' evldenc- bv certificate Nos. 186 and 603 6 ice-cold
t occasion 1
being th'd third birthday I'd l by riM'tiricnte N '. 808 and 1047 1932 and 1933 respectively, and
3 anniversary of her daughter. I I..f 1932 and 1913 respectively and .... unpaid taxes. for the years. the job right too. It makes a pause the
t '' represent unpaid taxes for the I..f. to 1919 both Inclusive amuullt-
After
Kathryn. a number of 'I: years lUst to 1439.: both Inclusive. to $47.27.
games: Mrs. Kelly nerved cake and amounting to $25.74. ALSOAll 13 pause that refreshes and leads to better work.

,?( punch to the following guests: with Said all tax subsequent certificates omitted together or B.We..t of Ky. /dec.121'Vp.n5 8.1 K.183The i I

Wanda Mary Alyce and Russell 1: Levied taxes will be .sold' to the i taxes to be sold are evident t
highest bidder at the. Courthouse. ed by certificate Nos. 226 and 6931
Crosby, Charles and Don New-
i'' I door In Starke on the 7th., day of I..f 1932 and 1933 respectively and'represent STARKE COCA COLA
mans, Jimmy. La Von. Charles I April' I 1111.: at ll-OO o'clock A_ M. I unpaid taxes for BOTTLING CO.

: and Pansy Crosby Robert I Hated this the 18th., day of March veers. 19.11 to 1939, both f
,i Lloyd A D. 1939.OFFICIAL. I amounting to $127.17. the''
Kelly Sherman Bale and Hobby ( REAL A. J. Thomas I Said tax certificates together I
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford all subsequent omitted
Crosby, Joyce Ward Mrs. Floyd or Levied,
County. .'Iorld... 2-24 31 4.7 taxes will be void to the highest


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JUNIOR SENIOR Meet The Seniors .s-W'EAR upon ",. claiming.. any Inturvat or l h)' i dim.-ate No*. 293 and 980 of I :12 B. :2! Acres.Tin .
Z ADKINS, JR.Edlttlf IciR lien of whntHottver nature In or up- 1931 iud 1933 respectively and reluexritt taxes In hp sold are. evlden.
A .In-Chlet BANQUET FRIDAYIS TEST STYLES on the following described I real ...- unpaid. taxes for the years ed liy certificate No.. 27S and 132.1:
THOMAS LEWISOn tate In: the County of Bradford 19311 to t'134\! both Inclusive, amountIng I of 1928 and 1911: respectively and
Iteporten: GREAT EVENTThree State of Florida; to-wlf: Lying andbring i iI to $78.91.ALSO represent unpaid taxes. for tho
Frank Robinson, Arch October 24, 1920, u fine boy FOR BANQUET I In the Town of Starke, County I I : 2 Acres. In 8H; Cor. of years. 1937 to 19.19 both Inclusive
Davis Jr Emmet Perryman. was born in the home of Mr. and of Ilradford. State of Florida, b- flWu' NWri. being 364 ft. N A, I amounting to $38.88. ; '
:- Mar,. Ellward.. I Course Dinner! ItServed. Mrs. J. L. ginning HI a point being the Interned S bv 23<> rt. H ft W, "Sec.' II Tp. 6 I A1X0: Com. at NB Cor. of SWV, 4
Smith Alma Murrhee Lewis just about five lloya Haven't Recovered! From Ion of the eHsterly. Bide of Houth H K. 22 K. 3 Acre. of HWVt\ ft 0 Hun S SH chain W It
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Ito Rowe Flume Dance miles from Starke. Court Street. with the southerly The taxes, to be sold 1 are eveldenoed degrees N to N line of said 8WV
and Clara Afterward* Stunning Array of Mile of Went Call Street; running bv certificate No. 125 of 1934 1 of 8W"4 Thence 10 to )1... 1 1-10
When he was four years of age Beautiful Girls. thence South 73 deitree", SO minute.F.aRt and represent unpaid taxes for the 1 Acr..... Sec. 33 Tp. 6 S. H. 22 E., 3
his parents moved to Jacksonville along the auutherly .1<1e nf years. 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive, Acre.
? The Seniors The Junior class entertained the \\.t. fall "'Street. a dlntanoe of 136feet amounting to U'.fT.a | The. taxes to be sold evidenced
are
e where
he
began school at the Never has there been to a point thence South 111 .Ie-
Seniors with a banquet age a more 80 ; \s Aires. being 491ft\ K ft W bv by certificate N.... 277 and 132G
Friday
of six. beautiful gr en minute Went a dlMancoof 820 ft Wide, of 1928 .
array of evening land \ lying along S A Klines and ISIS respectively ..ndI..r..ent
and senior classes ushB'e night at. 7:30: at the Woman's Club \ 100 feet to a point; thence North .
A being In Sot of Ulk X M of unpaid taxes for the year
junior', In 1927 he moved back to Starke street clothes worn at a social 73 degrees JO minute Went a dla- U 3 I K '
during the House. In Temples Hub-DIv, ".c. :21 1927 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng ,
a feud and gathering In Starke than tanc-H of 15 fuel to H point; thence 8 H. It. 22 R, 3 Acre to $85,22.AT .
I began going to school in Brad- was South 16 denrrea SO minute Went TIrh: .vhl..ne-I'I
the Junior and The auditorium, of the club tuxti to be sold I are .SO N 1 Acres. of W4 ..
term and I ford High. worn Friday night at the Junior- a distance of 20 feet to a point; by .. : of NK'.
certificate No 381 and 1016
of SWH A 3 A. In NW NW"Tof
Cor of
house was thence North 73 dentreea 30 minute \
beautifully decoratedwith
1 classes\ in this school are Thomas is now a member of Senior Banquet. For all of you Went a dlntanc of 90 fet to a pointIn I of 1933:! and, 1933 respectively andrepresent NWVi\ Sec.: 8 Tp. T H. ]t. 22 E"
potted plants balloons and I] the Senior Class of 19381939. who could not attend. We should the euMtorly aide of South Court unpaid taxes fur the 6 Acres.
--eptions j year 19.11 to 1934, both Inclusive,!I I The taxes to be cold evidenced ,
cut flowers. Street; thence I North IS degrees 80 are -
seniors try to act. as If His favorite sports are hunting, : like to give you a vivid picture of minute East along the enMerly. side l .amounting to la5.211.AI..IO' > by certificate Nos. 144 and 1196 t u
more educated The menu consisted of three fishing swimming, playing different some of the outstanding clothes of South Court Street a dlBtunce of St., of SKJI< of SWVt I-1x. 6 of 1902 and 1933 respectively and
go much delicious 120 fret to the point or place of !be- Acres In SW, Cor. See. 23 Tp 68. 11. represent unpaid taxes for the
lented than the Juniors and courses. The menu was kinds of games, and going worn. ginning; < back. But its fruit cocktail, baked chicken, rice with the girls.Whatever Doshia Smith wore a black net thereon. WHKKKFOKK, a I txiis to be sold are evidenced amounting to $63.67.
lore fight and petition han. been filed on the Uth by certificate. No. 336 of 1914 ALSO: NWVi\ of SKli\ Sec II Tp.
In fun.seniors gravy, cherry pie and Iced his work for the fu- with a gold sequin waist. day of February, A, 1>. 1939, In the and represent unpaid taxes for theyears 7 H. u. 22 E, 40 Acre.
ne tea vegetables, etc. United Statea District Court for the 1933 to IHH'i! both Inclusive The taxe to be ..ohl..r. evidenced
have a lot to thank ture may be, we wish him much Juanita Barefoot wore a beau Southern ltrlct of Florida, by the amounting, tn $".13. by certificate No. 408 and, 1899 of
this year The Harold Bishop president of the success and the best of luck. tiful pink chiffon. The sleeves United Statea of America agalnct Also! MW'4 of SKH less S Acre 1931 and 1933 respectively, and represent -
laiors for junior class toast the above deacrlbert. property. and In NW Cor. ft 3 Acres In NK Cor. .. unpaid taxes. for the year
worked exceptionally hard gave a to the were of honeycomb design. The I pernonn. firm. and corporation., Sec 27 Tp 6. S. n. 22 H., 35 Acre lose to 1939, both Inclusive amountIng .
for the junlor-sen- seniors of '39 and was respondedto ETTA FAE DYALOn skirt was very full. praying for the condemnation, upon The taxes to be sold .are evidenced to $67.17.
money I of ald by certificate No. 351 of 1934, ALSO: NWU\ of HEIof> sEW a
by a toast to the juniors of November proper compensation prop- *t
quet which was held last 39 1, 1921, Mr. and Enza Weaver was charming In erty. Now. therefore, all pnrnona. sod represent unpaid tare for the NJ of 8Wfc of HR., Bee. 15 Tp. 6
appreciate their given by A. Z. Adkins, presidentof Mrs. Dyal was very proud of their a pink net-over satin. Interested In or having Hen upon years 1913 to 1939! both Inclusive. S n. 23 1'']., 30 Acres. ,
We can the senior class. baby ( the Bald property: or claiming any amounting to $54.14. Th taxes to be .sold are. evidenced ;i.
ork, because we did almost girl, who was named Etta Edith Rowe was a picture in a right title or Interest therein, are ALSO Faq of F-M, of SKV4 of HWK by certificate No.. 340 and 961
last The The juniors stood and sang their hereby notified to b. and appear In 8..... 27 Tp 6 S. K 32 H., 10 Acres of 1932 and 1983 respectively. and
me things year. Fae.When powder blue marquisette with a the said. United. State District Court The taxes to be Hold are evidenced represent unpaid taxes. for the '
gave a play, sold candy song to the seniors to the tune of I Etta Fae was four yearsof dainty bolero.Christine I for the Southern IXatrlct of Florida by certificate No. 440 of 1930 year. 19J1 lo lyju: in, ,1..:,lv,, amountIng -
had tag day. andy "Alexander's Ragtime Band." This age, her parents moved to at Jacksonville, Florida, on the *th and "represent' unpaid taxes for the to $81.58.
mdwlches, Cutshaw wore a white day of April, A. D. 1939. to show years. 1929 to 19.19! both Inclusive, ALSO: SB\* of SWi,, Sec. 35 Tp.; .
other things to raise was responded to by the seniors I Tampa. They lived in Tampa two i satin-with what Interest, lien, right or title amounting to IJ7.13 8. It. 22 10., 40 Acres.
the banquet. It felt singing a song to the tune of years then they decided to move a matching bolero. they or any of them have In and to ,ALSO |.ot* 1, 2, 15. 16 less. H 20 The taxes to be sold are evidenced
for Martha Wells was gowned in the above described. property. and ft 0 0,1''' In NK 'or of Hljfci\ of by certificate No*. iKS and 1339
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to just sit back and watch "Deep In A Dream thanking the back near Starke; then Etta Fae a to show cause, If any they. or any Hl v< less. K 20 ft In Starke, Sec. of 1930 and 19.13 respectively and a''
did all the work juniors for this big affair. began school in Sampson City. white lace gown trimmed with of them have, why said property 1111 Tp 1H.\ It. 22 H. represent unpaid taies for the
the juniors white net.Clara should not be taken by the United The. taxes. to be sold are evidenced years 1929' to 1939, both Inclusive,
ar. But their time will I A short talk was then made by After attending school for three mutes of America for the use. and by certificate. No.. 263 and 1267 of amounting to $54.02. I
We seniors of Mr. E. L. Williams Flume wore a peach chiffon purposed. net forth In said petition I92S and ID.13 respectively. and represent Haiti tax certificates. together with + }
next year. commenting on years in Sampson City she beganin Ion penalty of being barred of all, unpaid 1 taxes for the year all subsequent. emitted or Leviedtaxe
|ope the seniors of 1940 will the school year. I j Bradford High. At the present with a quilted bolero ; claim and Interest In and to said 1927 to 1H1! both Inclusive., amountIng will be sold to the highest i
much Elizabeth Plummer and 'property. Dated. thlM 20th day of to m 2*. bidder( at the Court House, door In 1
their senior year as O. P. Hutto accompanied by { time she is one of the graduatesIn Clara February. A. 11. 1989. EDWIN R. ALSO lieg 674 ft K< of SW 'or of Xturke on the 7th, d,.y tip April,
have njoyed ours. Mrs. Florence Brown played Starke High School. Mae Harley were becoming In WILLIAMS. Clerk, United State. NWVt\( of 4W" Thence N I7<4 degrees 1939 nt 11:00: o'clock. A.. M.
-We Seniors. on gowns of pink chiffon. District Court for the Southern IH- 10 157 ft, thence N. 7>'i degrees Dated this Uth.. day of March. A.
the saxophone "Sunny Side of theStreet" I Her favorite sport and pastimeis tract of Florida. Uy |I.| I* Olb..o.Jlou.e W Mil ft to Sty right of Way II. 19:111.:
-. and "Sweet Sue," after basketball and Margaret Pearce was beautifulin Deputy Clerk (Court "Heal' thence H parallel with Ity 145 ft, (OFFICIAL HICAL: A.. J. Thomas.
dancing. I thence H 7IU, degrees. 10. 661 ft to Clerk uf'Circuit' Court of Bradford.
Jokes which Juanita Barefoot gave a After a white net. H.*>r. ,- 2 A..les N.." 3.1: 'II|>, 6 M. H. County Florida :il-34 8r 4-7 '
I graduation she intends to NOTU'H OK B'I.H I>K- TAX
short talk on "Our Principal and take a beauty course in Jack- Grace Green wore a blue taffeta KHTIKMJATKH. I
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Notice la h"r..byIv..n that L. (1.
Perkins: "What is Austra- Faculty. I sonville. with gold asse sorles. I Powell has filed with me written. One Night. Only

ded by?" "Ferdinand the Bull" was then Etta Fae Is a very likeable per Mary Edwards was pretty in a request. with that all the subsequent tax cvrtlfIcateH omittedtir together STARKE

dy B: 'Kangaroos." sung by Grace Dew. son and has many friends. We yellow gown. levied tnxea held by the Stale \ GA
be advertised and soUl to the highest Wednesday
hits': "Are your jokes orlginZ. There were many impromptu believe that Etta Fae will be suc- Marian and Helen Dowling wore bidder for cash a* provided hv 5

speeches among which were Mrs. cessful no matter what she under- attractive gowns in peach and Chapter 18296 of the 1937 a..ta of. Knight Show Lot
the Legislature. upon the following
Jack Williams, Mrs. B. Perking takes to do. We wish her the blue. described real estate In the County Entire New Show APRIL I

"Yes, they are. Mr. J. M. Whittemore, who made best of luck and lots of success. There were so many beautiful of Bradford state of Florida, to-

hita: "Hmmm, you don't look the piano talk ," clothes wit:
"Deep Purple that we could never name NI3U\ of NEVi\ See. 24 Tp. 6 M. II.
ad to me. Bob Long, John Torode, Grace CHARLES PRIESTOn them all. So when you meet any 21 F., 40 Acre..
The taxes to be sold are. evlilenoed IL ILnt
Green, Ralph Rhodes and Cleon of the
junior or senior girls-ask
the day of November 14, by certificate No. 169 of 1930. /
in: "What is It a sign of Wooten. them about the banquet and their and represent unpaid t..... for theyear
1919 Charles born
In Starke.
{your nose Itches?" was 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive,
The Senior girls were given Charles later moved to Green gowns. amounting: to $74.28.. I
pter: "Going to have com- AIXO! of of Sea.
souvenir bracelets and the boys Cove where he entered : W"j SWVi NKU
Springs 11 Tp. 8 H. K. 22 1:., 20 Acre. .
were given walking canes. school. 'N The taxes to be sold evidenced
"And what If head I Then Charles moved to Snoop Peep are
1ANARIANtEFcGJ9
n: your by certificate No. !823 of 1933.
?" There was a short intermission Hampton and completed one term and represent unpaid taxes for the
school. Then to dear old Brad- 1932 to 1939, both Inclusive. nt t, ,
otr: They have arrived." before the dance which was spon- lof My, my, didn't everyone look amounting year to $23.96,

sored by the "Little Woman's ford.Now pretty Friday night all dressedup ALSO: WH of Ely of NRVi\ ft KH

| Long "Harold, analyze this Club." The music was provided by I shall endeavor to give seems funny to see them of NWVi of NKV4\ See.: 11 Tp 6 H. It.
22 K., 60 Acre
ceo 'It was getting to betime' A. W. Anderson, Jr. I you a description of the young dressed In school clothes again. The taxes. to be ttoM are evlileno :? 9mN5FEE L

g What Mood?" Those who did not want to man. Charles in six feet tall and Buddy Bishop surprised several of eil 1930 by certificate and 1934 NOH.respectively 381 and' find 295

bid\ : "The cow." dance attended a picture show at his weight is 153 pounds. His high school boys and girls. Fridayat represent unpaM. taxen for the year

the Ritz Theatre.: I black hair, brown eyes, and dark the banquet by calling on themto 192! to to 1939 1118.02., both Inclusive, amounting 1 E TO SHOW SA ISFKTIOI

|t Scout: "My brother has a --_.TMammy complexion makes Charles a make speeches. They did very AI.SO.: KKi of NIO'.i of SK4! Bee
11 Tp. 6 S. H. 22 },;.. 20 ArreH
handsome .
man. well. Cooter
edal for young Wooten. stole the e
running:, a gold Sez : Tim taxes to be Hold are evlilenced
[for boxing and a silver cup Collecting stamps is his chief show with his speech. hv certificate Now 382 and 926 ,
I of 1930! : and 1933 respectively and.
plflB. See see see, you could have hobby, but football and basketball Edith and Margaret enjoyed a represent unpaid taxe for the 50
|na Scout: "Very athletic follow. week-end in Gainesville and suld years. 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive
seen It for a penny-dose juniors they really had fun. amounting to $45.47. PEoPLE PRICES
and seniors at de banquet. Dey Charles is a very likeable person ALSO: W', of NW'., H... it: Tp
t Scout: "No he owns a with What- What 's this we hear about Billy 0 H. It. 23 K., HO Acres
a pleasing personality.
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looked swellelegant.Our AiiN4CNT I awtnsees.
naturally Dowling and The taxes to be Hold are evidenced
*hap teachers looked mighty nice, ever his vocation may be, we wish Betty Green- by certificate NOB 251 and 941 of / OMl1
----. him much success Could it be love? Jimmy Sewell's 192!) and 1933 respectively and represent sow 1 250
too. I hopes you chiluns enjoyedit friend unpaid taxed for the years -
10-D NEWS girl sure IB cute. How do --
much seemed to hab. Louise Warren. 1928 to 19311! both Inclusive.. amounting fuses seer
as
,. ,nder as you you do It, Jimmy? to $161.04.: /R1 AUTO 1' 150 ,
Betty Green Dat Grace Dew nearly had some Ella Mae Sapp Is back at school AI..NO: HWW\, of NW'4 Kx 6\ AcresIn .
feels since sheet ob de kids mooing at de banquet HAZEL WHITEHEADOn K1J for A 2 A. In HW Cor Sec 17 FARKMO "
after a week of illness. Glad to
sixteen Tp 0 S. It. 22 K., 33 Acre.
Gale said when she got through wid "Fer- October 1, 1919, a beautiful see you back, E1U Mae. The taxe. to b.. sold are evidencedby
"And
that's 49o )
certificate Nos. 394, 961 and 812
dat Coach
dinand de Bull. And blue-eyed baby girl was born in
go into 400 sandwiches." --- -- -. ---- of 1930 1933 and 1934 r..p..lv.ly.n. ,
Ralph Whittemore produced a very sen- Lake Butler. After some thought .. drepresent unpaid taxes for the TilE MAN OF I X"I IUI NCB With a Thousand
likes to ride a horse Seniors Look ForwardTo 1929 to 19.<9, both Inclusive,
timental atmosphere wid "Deep Hazel chosen for this little years
was
!Head lie Seen All Hears All
Gainesville in
and then back. amounting to $75.62.ALHO Thoughts a Single -
Lucille Purple." I'm not surprised, are girl's name. Hazel was admired Being Just "Kids" : HWti of MW% Sec. 20 Tp. Tell All '
didn't have the and 6 N. Jt. 22 E., 40 Acres.
you ? cause It's such a sweet very much by her older brothers
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s. evidenced
I The taxes to be sold arc
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the first pretty song. and sisters. Friday, March 31, the seniorsare e
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period science
njoys Mr. Beck and Miss Stump, look- Hazel can now boast of being a all going to lose their dignity .

science ed mighty comfortable slttin' proud senior of '38-39. Description and be kids once more. '

he new Photography Club down dere at de club house Friday She has blond hair, blue You will find the girls in their Its value is tradition
I a success. .
night. eyes and sparkling white teeth. short dresses and boys In their

Mary T. Is taking after Dose senior girls sho are proudob This young, lady is always smilingand knee pants as is the usual cus-

seeing and then taking the dere bracelets de juniors gave has a good word or greetingfor tom.We IS MAKING NEWS!!
ghs ITS STYLE
dem and de boys dere walking all. will come to school as usual

the girls from Hampton canes also. Basketball and dancing are her and have a twenty minute

II new tower so much. And Mrs. B. Perkins-Let me likes, while her main dislike Is program In the auditorium. The r

T Jeanette Is so anxious for tell alls wat-she seemed to conceited people. I lower grades will vote for thesenior : "
you I who looks most like child 't:: : 1W
I to be a r
out.Muriel hab enjoyed everything Includingde Hazel has a charming person-I Immediately after the i"I I ,

H. and Ruth S. likes dance, as much as de students.I I ality, and with her programthe
seniors will leave for
quietly
In : know she will ,
Bradford High we
the
write
home need to
room. A hint don'11, think we Kingsley lake where they will
ery big. any memories In our memory I: make a good secretary. We wish spend the day. Accompanyingthem
her much success In the future.
memorieswill
Odell H. is so quiet and books cause dose sweet I will be the sponsors, Mrs. T ,

noisy a niece as Muriel. lib and lib. But don't forget T. Long and Miss Evelyn Stump.

"The Windmills about de Plllsbury Flour. Primary Jingles -

Bowling didn't forget us Our seniors appears to be right TRAIN SCHEDULE ..,.

she went to Tampa. She down gleeful about dere kid day FIRST GRADE NEWS Schedule of trains arriving here 1 I

t a beautiful picture of a de thirty-first. I bets dat Jewett We have finished our Dutch dally. Subject to change without

I to help brighten up our Fogg will make de best kid ormaybe notice. BY il II

We all appreciate It Johnny Chalker will hab Unit.We made a real windmill. It Soathlaue.d-Doe StarkeNo.

veryTno 1-LocaL....._ 11.25p.m.
chance.-Mammy. is yellow trimmed in green.
a
No. 191-Through____ 10.29p.m. ;, '
We know four Dutch Action
No. 107-Through.... 8.37 a. m. '

Society Songs. Northbound-Doe Starke ., ..... ::
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teacher. :
Miss Lilley, ... .. .
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No. 2-Local--...._ 5.28 a. m. ,1 W
BBERA Misses Juanita Barefoot, Enza FIRST. NEWS No. 108Through.5.41 p. m. ,,

Weaver and Doshia Smith spent Starke and Bell Branch

Friday In Jacksonville. booklets We have and finished now we our are Dutch work- No 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m. Ford can have always been built to their own high standards Tb z. r.u. Totdot Sedan tttt Li

Edith Rowe attended Gen- No. 102 arrives Starke 1:60: p. m. This they also hated Aw Inoludmt the
Miss ing on booklets for Easter of basic quality and performance. year lolJartrlrt4
In Gainesville (Dally except Sunday's) ,
eral College Week-end -En,; .oqtdptnent no *tteomtt
last week-end. M. Mlddleton. _teacher__ T. J. GRIFFIN Agent.rOCUT. bring stylo that is new to the low-price field. Bumper mad four bumper

Torode spent Friday COIlFOIT-New guordt Spar wheel, tin end
John Arthur SECOND GRADE: NEWSWe Ui1TICr) iIIT.-\TP.: .1.TnICT mtlLUDEJISBIP-The luxury nm.z..CVIJDOICEI
in Jacksonville. booklet about SOUTIIKHN HTHIfT OF1 car at the low-price Add. flexible roll-edge Heat cuahlotu, tort tube. Clear lighter a Twin ale r (
and Helen Dowl- are making a FLOH.OA-N.. 21 J ClTll--UNITED tr-... tpiiBgi, four bydrauHo electric bores a Dual windoiiiald h
1 Misses Marian Holland and we have learned two STATES OF AMKKICA petltlon.r.v. I V-TYFI'I-CYIUDOI EX6DB: -Eight hock ah.o rbtrs. Two vUor Lock ,
Thurs- wiper tuG oo
ing were In Jacksonville We enjoy studying Certain Land lying! and being cylinder glut moothnea Small!
Dutch songs. In the Town of Stark. County of LOW fVCZS-Att*.rtlm Dutch and girls. Itradford, slate of Florida ate., .t cylinder give economy.
day.MIsses and about the boys include many item of deauabteequipment. D.Lux. tearing wheel RuUeea
Elizabeth Plummer al. DftfftiKlanta. NOTirn or CO*
BTDUUIIC lum-Eu7-actJac
Kitty Hogsed teacher. Steel wheel band Twin UU
-i Thursday UK MM A Tin* PMOfKKUfnUM. TOAJJ
Clara Mae Harley spent .. -quick. straight atop*. ''
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN light Foot control for

: In Jacksonville. and Vernon THIRD GRADE NEWS flr AND..TO..*(./e.rNntMs Th. f.ll.wlag,, wfc rmom. mrwenlarmtm .. STABOJZQ> ) CHASSIS-No front'end DE 1OT03FORD beaten* with Indicator headlight. I

Everett McKinney We have completed the study of ml tm. Slat .f Flr14alI. bobbing or dl pDlnfl. Level Mart, meat panel KNTUtKLT Maw bat-

Sllcox were In Jacksonville Sun- "Clothing We Wear." and have I. 8. lne Green and Floyd Clraan.: level stops level ride. tary-conditloa Indicator. |
her husband i. Htarko. Florida: 1. V-8
: made attractive booklets of the Luther O .'0"' .". Nat Ht.rn boric scizinriric sooiDPiooruiQNoi III TOUI TORO DIAtll TODAY!
SAVERS day.A.. Z. Adkins spent Sunday after- and Eno. W. Ilayea, a. Truataoa for .e bubd for quiet ride. { pIt pItt
IONEY __ same. Bradford Lodge No. 35, Free. and Accepted j
SAVERS noon In Gainesville. These booklets show the plant, Manona of Ilradford County,
f 7 Biwlnes!! Needs 'lbemCt'l' James Sewell had as his weekend of the growth and Florida. Stark., Florida; I. I. A.
Earle Wilson tell the story Davie, Btark. Florida: 4. E3. K. Par-
guest Miss Edna how the plant Is made Into material. ryman and Lola Peek Parryman, hla
FROMradford BartoW. of the dif wife. St.rke.Iorlda; I. Mm KvaF ,
of We have samples W. Andrews Jr.
Jacksonville .rnand.., a. Ouardlan. rUark, J.Bradford r
Gene Long was In ferent kinds, too. Florida; I. b:. W. JI.y.... a. Tax t,
[ County Thursday. We have learned that linen is Collector of Ilradford County !
Gainesville 8tark, Florida; T. Carl John., a. l
Telegraph Grace keen was in the strongest and lightest material Tax Collector of the City of Stark,
night Btark. Florida: I. Th. Bank of
Saturday In Lake in weight Btark, Stark. Florida. and all per- STARKE FLA.
STARK FLORIDA Miss Edith Rowe was Mrs. Biggs, teacher. ona Intarcated In or having liana ,

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
____ __h_'__' .. __ __ -___ .. -- -- ---- M\Kri-H, 01..,,
I ------ --- -- Mrs. L. A. Rennolds Co-Ed rTO sllolIERi, ; r I MIGHTY GOOD JOB I at the Old Plantation- _

i pen tine Still, and 'I'-.
i
Entertains Has tourist
I I A Hernando County negro .. State Road 5. The .lttrnel1OD,q
liE oc/et Mrs. L. A. Rennolds was hostess The claims to have the "best Job in the to do striu ', ..
nothing but
Thursday when she entertained at of the : world." Employed by Pearce Lewis "sleep" on a bale of tch,otipu, ;I
a lovely luncheon party In honorof P. I S e el'
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____ __ Mrs. Charles McCornack of : =
- ---- E. Deudon night I INSURE WITH
St. Charles, 111., Mrs. L.
Officers to Be Installed Club Members HonoredAt and Mrs. Ray Bell of Elgin 111., T. T. I JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE
house of Mr. and Mrs. John The
0 At P.-T. A. Meeting Luncheon Party guests l'
1 Uglow. LIFE AUTO LIABILITY
t)} The newly elected officers of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. L. A. I I Attractive arrangements of room. BONDS:

the Parent-Teachers Associationwill Canova, Mrs K. O Duncan. Mrs. 'I sweetpeas and other Spring flowers strings Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

be installed at the associa D. P. Carpenter, and Mrs. C. A. were used In decorating.At definite
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tion's regular meeting: Thursday Knight, members of the Starke one o'clock the guests were living & -- :::=::::--;::::
invited into the dining room,where
afternoon at 3:00: o'clock in the: Woman's Club attending the Flor-
luncheon was served buffet style. were 'b OUR PLANT IS A
f school auditorium. Mrs. E. K. : ida Federation of Women's Clubs The lace covered table was centered : -- .. ,- <
Perryman, president, will preside In Orlando last week, were honor with a low arrangement of and r-: : MOTH GRAVE YARD
over the business meeting. All luncheon Talisman rose and fern and red f
guests at a delightful Mrs. J. ;" <
members are urged to attend this ,
candles in silver holders balancedthe
last Wednesday by Mrs. E.
last meeting of the school year. party given central embellishment. ;
Clothes cleaned
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mrs. H. Glen "t".:: a by us are insured
H The guests were seated at card Hope > .
W. C T. U. To MeetW. B. McLendon at the home of the
tables and each table covered moths
former In Orlando. was Harley r; -1- I against for 6 months.
tt C. T. U. will meet with the with a white linen cloth and cen- '
president, :Mrs. F. A. Scott (today) The perfectly appointed table tered with a bud vase holding Tal- gate, /' : .j J Ask Clayton Strickland about
Friday at three o'clock. was covered with a handsome lace isman rose buds. and our
L. T. L. will meet for a meeting luncheon set and centered with a James JOHN It. VAN AKNAM
In the afternoon Mrs. Rennolds New Moth Proof Process
low bowl of colorful spring flow- '
and< Easter Egg Hunt at Miss Sam
and Miss Ferrol Jones delightedtheir For 25 years John R. Arnam,
Gladys Johnson's home on Wednesday ers. listeners with an informal
r who brings his troupe here next
; k at three thirty. Each Seated at the luncheon table
featuring Western U. D.
program songs Wednesday, has been coming to
member will bring two colored with the hostesses and honoreeswas
and Checkers and cards
yodling. The this section with his shows. He OTTO
s. Miss Vera Claire Robinson. F. STOCK
eg
were also enjoyed throughout the ,
United Is best remembered for his "Honey
rr 1 IIIIIIIUIIIUllllllllnmllHlllllllllllllllllll1llllAlIlIll1"/ I"'IIIP"nmllllllllllItl1I11Q11111IIllIIlnll111I1IUIIIIIIIH, / WtlIINAAMNEGItlaINtlCIIGII afternoon. eracy, Boy 'Minstrels," the largest all-I DRY CLEANING Gainesville
IIII11II1AIIUl1 Those invited to be with the noon : white minstrel on the road. He Fla.HiuHiiiiiiiiiinifliiiiiMiiiiiiiimwiiiiiiiiiiin .
4 honorees and hostesses were: Mrs. home clung to minstrelsy long after all
WelcomeTO C. E. Johns, Mrs. William Morris, Flynn. : other professional producers had
Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. C. F, Ward Miss abandoned it and for eight years "' 'mm iiiiiiiiiimjiiiimimimiiiiiiiiiimuMiniiimiiiiiniiini win,iiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuuii? mi ? .,
tt Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, Mrs. T. J. ova had the field to himself. Turning
i __ Griffin, Mrs Carrie Rltch Miss 1 finally to other forms of amuse- i
}t MI Annie Darby Mrs. F. B, Johns W. M. he now presents "The Fun-
Mrs. Percy Moore of Gainesville, makers," a vaudeville\ variety, and 1
: Ciar -Jean Shoppe Mrs. A., M. Pettit and Mrs. Higglnbothara musical comedy show which he fQJust t

of Gainesville.. ary church will bring here next week on the t
Knight show lot.

''., We'll. Be Glad to Help You With Your League Enjoys noon Circle, : II i I
St. Patricks PartyThe tained NEW CRIMINAL CODE I
Easter Selections
Intermediate Division of Circle Florida has long needed a new 1I 1
it '; the Epworth League celebrated tained for Criminal Procedure and .
You'll be pretty as a picture in our New Laces
recently with a St. Patrick's Day bill\ to be presented in the next I
; u' and Sheer Frocks !
party. Games were played In \ legislature, prepared by the Flor-
Spectator Sports in Smart New Shades I
l which the St. Patrick idea was State Bar Association will
II
carried out and refreshments w reserved this. I
Add a touch of glamur to your Ensemble with later In the evening. T "'11Ft ._ i f
1 LARKWOOD HOSIERY: All the new Spring Shades Those present were: Elsie ( justice. End men and I W here it Has been Starting In :

Large Pouch Bags just arrived Green, Michael Dew, Shirley Col- thy members of the cast took I Starke For Many, Many Years :
,
Leonard Smith,
ley Freddie Wim- time various parts with the addi-
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4 8, } Serve your Sunday night suppers in our berly, Billy Lee, Virginia Sewell I of Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. 1 I CHILDRENS' DRESSES, SIZES 1 TO 12CIIILDRENS'
$ NEW PEASANT APRONS Comer Perryman, Virginia Anderson the Kldd who brought forth 1 '
Brian Harrell, tures SOCKS
Patsy Keene, a laugh as Mrs. Rosebud
,' j Easter Tallies and Cards for your Selection Leonard Peek, Marjorie Davis, costume pad, the "com :'\lnter."
.j Frank Robinson III, Garnlta Hut- singing
+ Y I
A of credit for the HOSE HATS
large portion
to, Billy Smith, Arlene Dew, Tom- erally BAGS
:
,t ,; Why. Not Send Her Flowers For Easter? my Smith and Ida Lulu Davis. The of the minstrel moos: to

;I 1 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW Those assisting were: Mrs. L. when the. H.various C. Brown numbers who accompani in her us- LADIES' & MISSES DRESSES ;

: Corsages Individual Arrangements but P. Smith, Mrs. R J. Davis Mrs. Baby" capable manner. SMART CALIFORNIA BEACH WEAR ;
Frank Robinson, i
and the Rev. penter, I
: Economically Priced Frank Robinson and E. The whole affair was another
PHONE 97 the in the cap of Nat Stern Everything At Reasonable PricesMarguerite's
CJ"mIII1llIlIlIlIllIlIllIlIllIIlIlIlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII", "" fUINm7III11HfiN1NI"'" "" 1I"11I11I11I11"11111I11I"1111I1111'11111111"111111I1111111"' 1111111"111111111111IPANAMA "' Grove Plans WelcomeFor and who is already famed for I
ability in directing, as well as
Mrs. Dora Tally criptive will in minstrels. The dance I
you Shoppe
Starke Grove 278 met in regu- rest. were coached by Miss
lar session*Tuesday night to Store"r Sternberg.. ..,
com- !" '"UlI.II''I'III'III'1I''''' '' '' '' ,
$ "The I .a: ? :449''lym'"i''r'" ."\:\''I'IIIIIIIIMIIIUHl'j '!!! '!'"i HIM I : v -,
i }| plete plans for the official visit very -_._ u ._"_ __ _... ._m'_
of the national president, Mrs. rising
Dora A. Tally, who will be the sat an
SUMMER CLOTHING guest of the local grove soon. to
Members were pleased that FREE DELIVEUY
,
their delegates and national rep- So R.
ginia Johns
k resentatives I

I ,! S p' SMARTLY portant Inman was committees.appointed were placed chairman Mrs. on Vonda Im-of pleasing evening PHONE

: STYLED grove reports; Mrs. Maude Andrews the :
,
I was appointed on the com- \
I
mittee of State and National Officers 45
singers &
reports; and Mrs. Mae with a Sons

REASONABLY Green Eight on applications the mileage for committee.member- I.
I NEAR TIIE S A. L DEPOT
ship were presented and acceptedand
Y-; Ac : PRICEDfrom the applicants will be initiated frantic CASH PRICES ONI.YFLOUR
Friday' night, April 7. self
The officers and team will prac-
which
< K I'', tice Monday night at 8 o'clock part of GUARANTEED
and Wednesday! night at 8 o'clockin minstrel I' SSe
the Woman's Club auditorium
1 $5.95 bravely 24 LBS.
;tit; During the social htur the host- "
ess comn Ittee served
ki __ r.Y tempting refreshments more
I \ of cake and punch. -
tr' r -
i to $12.95 .
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i lian 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs.
B. Y. P. U. Party TonightThe brief 20c 21c
Senior division of the Bap- GRITS SUGARQuart
,. tai i New Up-To-Date tist Young People's Union will with a -
I have a hobo party tonight. All tations 10 Lbs.
lilK i' members and their friends "
1 ; SUMMER are Invited 17
'* i, TROUSERSIn and urged to attend and cuit MEAL C SALAD DRESSING 20c
should meet at the home of Mrs.T. the _
r K. McClane, Jr., at 7:30: o'clockP.
AU The Newest M., where the party will be- Fudge Our Special Country: RollBUTTER
:y Styles and Colors gin. the II COFFEE Lb. 15 C 2 9
;,. Come In and See This Lb.
Great Trouser Value
5 Lbs. 4 Lbs.
i from Shop 17c
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M" RICE 15c
BANANAS.

i $1.95 to $3.95Pair "
*
I" A O rTTi Tall 5c COMPLETE LINE STRAWBERRY -

MILK CUPS & CRATES
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2 Lbs. Strip
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SHOESfor 25c
I SHOES OLEO Breakfast20c

\\fif
the entire family-In all the \ WHITES FAT No.2

Newest Styles $1.95 to $3.29 18 6-

5 f The Largest Stock To and Select Most From Complete BROWN AND WHITES ", HENS c TOMATOES
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Our Prices Are LessBEAUTIFUL $2.15 to $3.25
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-- .. -- -- BLACK AND WHITE t 3 Staley'sSTARCH 10 LBS SWEET
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i NEW LINE OF CREPE$3.25 SOLES I I lOe POTATOES tOe


4 EASTER DRESSESFOR $2.69 up 2 LBS 2 LBS.

See our RALSTON Line of I 20c oWE
APPLE
JELLY
CHILDREN AND GROWN UPS Priced from Air Conditioned Featherweight 1, PEANUT BUTTER Lail C


98c to $1.93 HATS Oxfords HAVE A COMPLETE LINE TUXEDO & LARRO FEEDS-


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Trade At ALEXANDER'S and Save John B. Stetson WHITE CORN 1 5 1 MEAL 1 50 E EE

ALL STYLES New e
Alexander & Co. 1
E ED
GOOD "
J. M.
ALVAREZ 1 PEANUT
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_ "_\ MARCH__ _31_J039___-u _____ ______ __ __ --- --- -,- -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA a..... ..........,.. F1V6 ,, .!
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Friends of little Madge Brownlee The Rev and Mrs.-A. K Light- Mr and Mis. 1ST sib; :Miss Miss Mignon SUson! of Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs- ---E.- H. Nisbet---- of-

will regret to learn that sheIK foot Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Miss I Lilllun Sternberg and Miss Ruth N r spent the week-end at Santa
confined to her home becauseof Clyde Nell Thomas spent Thurs- Rowe spent Sunday In Daytona Fe Lake with her mother, Mrs. Indianapolis Ind., were guest "r
weekend
Bits of Illness. day In Ocula attending the Statewide I Beach as guests of Dr. S. Stern- R A. Weeks, and Mr. Weeks. Mr. last of Mr. and Mrs. H. y'
l B. T. U. convention.The berg. Mrs. Sternberg remainedfor and Mrs Weeks also had as their C. Rich. R i j
Dr and Mrs C. C. Mendoza and a longer visit with Dr. Stem- guests for the week-end Mr. and -
son Clifford of Jacksonville, were Woman's Chorus a department ; berg. Mis.: Junius N. Smith. BUS SCHKIHTLK dF
I. cal N I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. of the Starke Woman's Club, North Hound hta '
J. Griffin. Miss Edna Earle Wilson of Bar-
sang a of numbers the
group at
I Mr. and Mrs. G. H Blount of Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12'35
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND meeting of the State Farm Wom tow spent last weekend' here as
CONCERNING OUR p. m., 1:00: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15:
J Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof an's Club Tuesday afternoon. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Plant City returned homo Sunday' .
p. m., 10:13 p. m.South
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Palatka were guests of Mrs. ; Sewell and family: and while here after spending several days herewith

Varnedoe'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughter attended the Junior-Senior dance, Mrs. Blounfs daughter, Mrs. Bound
.1 i W. P. Smith. Edna Mae, spent the weekendIn Friday night in the Woman's Club F. H. Box: While here. Mr. and Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20(
building. a. m., 2:20: ( p. to, 8:20: p. m.
Jacksonville as guests of Mrs. Mrs Blount and Mr. and Mrs Box

Mrs. Junius Smith spent T. T. Long attended the National Miss Lucille Kennedy spent last Moseley's brother-in-law and slater Mrs. J. C Manning spent several were dinner guests of Mrs. "'C'8t Hound to Tallahassee
I and In > Guard convention in Tallahasseelast week-end In Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoyer. days In Gainesville last week with I Blounfa sister, Mrs. W. T. Hill Leave Starke: :5:50: p. m. arrive
lesday -m'e week-end. while there attended the Long- her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. in Jacksonville last Friday. Starke 12:35: p. m

,, J surrency of Brooker was Hart wedding.The William Chalker, a student at and Mrs. C. W. Beasley.' She was -- -- -- -. .....- -
sincSS visitor here Saturday.G Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Harold the Citadel in Charleston, S. C., Is accompanied home Sunday by Mr. -:- -- .- -" -- -- --- -- -- :'

and Nina Bishop spent Saturday Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- spending his Spring holidays here and Mrs. Beasley who spent the
Duncan was a businessor I. in Jacksonville. foot and daughter, Nancy, have with his mother Mrs. C.V.. day here. ,I
in Jacksonville Tuesday. moved into their home, the Baptist Chalker, and grandmother, Mrs. BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. I '
Mrs. J. E. Newsome spent Sun- parsonage. A: M. Darby. Friends here of Marjorie Marks
talented pianist and daughter of
L H Jennings spent Monin day in Jasper as the guest of her

8. Jacksonville with friends father, W. A. McCall. Miss for Alice Havana Fernandez left yes- daughter Mrs. H. Jeanette B. McLendon', of Orlando and Mr.DeLand and, Mrs.and George granddaughter A. Marks of of Sells nothing but merchandise of the highest quality.We I

terday Cuba, where
will Mrs A M. Darby, will be Interested sincerely to consider the rather
s. L S. Hutto and Miss Edna Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot she will visit her sister, Miss arrive tomorrow to spend urge you quality
spent, last Friday in Jack- were visiting* relatives in Lake Isabel Fernandez. some time here with Mrs. Mc- I to learn that she was eligible than price when making a purchase. I

,n Citv-- _Sundav____. afternoon.______u_. Lendon's parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. for the state__ music contest. .. ,
S. Matthews. navmg won excellent rating in the
: I Mr. and Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch of I district contest The State content .
Madge Whigham was a Representative George Inman of
Jacksonville spent several days
was held In
St.
pegs visitor in Gainesville Tallahassee is spending this week last week at their summer homeon Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McGuire of |J Petersburg and Marjorie recently received
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A J, I E
ncsday here with his family Kingsley Lake. Bonn Allen Team llridleH
superior rating In this contest, the
Wahlberg, Miss Bessie McGuire
s. George B. Flynn and Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Lake Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Miss Jua- and Oliver Wahlberg of Orlando j highest honor she could receive.Provides True Temper Hoes and Rakes

Powell spent Tuesday In City is the guest this week of Mr. nita Barefoot, Miss\ Doshla Smith, were guests Sunday afternoon' of I --- Massachusetts Shovels '
Isonvllle and Mrs. Sam Anderson. and Miss Enza Weaver spent Friday Mrs. Volley McKinney

in Jacksonville. R Kelly Axes
and Mrs. Stanley Bennett Tommy Hitch, of Jacksonville, Miss Mina Manasaa\ returned to a

npanled by Mrs. Bennett's was a week-end guest of his Mrs. C. C. Cross of Atlanta, her home here this week after Simond Crosscut Saws

er,, Ruel Hogan of Jackson- mother, Mrs. Carrie Rltch. Ga., is the guest of her sister. spending several weeks in Washington -
In Fitz- D. C., the Disston Crosscut Saws
spent the week-end Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mr. and as guest of her
Sd, Ga. with relatives A. E. Wall of Jacksonville spent Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. brother-in-law and sister Major Dis. ton Handsaws
the week-end here as the guestof and Mrs. G. C. Irwlu

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Ted Stilley of Jacksonville I I'j Brinley Plows and repairs!
spent the week-end here with his ''j Friends of Mrs. W. L. Thigpen I CASH-In event of accident.
and lleddon Fishing Tackle
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keen were mother, Mrs. Letle Stilley, and Mr. will be glad to learn that she has CASH-In event of illoen. Shakespeare
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visiting friends and relatives in and Mrs. R. C. Buford. returned to her home here after I' CASH-To per hospital biUj. Davis Taints and Enamels ,
Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. being confined at the home of relatives CASII-To pa r doctor bill. i

Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter, in Palatka for several CASH-Or a monthly incomefor
u, R. G. Kldd Sr., of Haw- Marjorie, of Wlldwood were week- weeks because of illness. lifo at retirement. .
e P I, thorne spent the week-end here as j end guests of Mr. and Mrs W. H. CASH-Or a monthly incomefor

the guest of Mrs. P. E. Canova. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Mr. and Mrs. R. U Kldd !spent your of loved prematuredeath. ones invent We sell' the above items and many others at no increase

the week-end In Tallahassee as .
over nationally advertised prices.
Mrs. James Shepherd and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings guests of Mrs. W. M Cunova and You pay for Perfect Protection
J. E. Howard of Callahan are and daughter, Montle, of Gainesville Bill Canova. While there Mr. and whether you own it or not- u
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. were guests last week-end of Mrs. Kldd attended the National Send for complete detail TODAY -
exceed $114,000,000'C NOWf BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings. Guard convention and festivities. -

than (66,000,000 insurance HAHOLD C, WALL,, Agency
forcepet Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Mrs. Sam W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. A J. Williams J. B. CARLISLE, Owner
Anderson, and Mrs. Jessie Mae spent a few days here this and son, Charles of Cocoa and Reliance Ute Insurance Company -
than 90 cent of the 350 'week as the guest of his parents, of Plttshurg.
per Blakely spent Thursday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and _. ..
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Mr and Mrs. N. D. -
alas Life Insurance companies Wainwright Miss Mintle Pettlt of -- -- --- -- -
sonville. Gainesvillewere - --- ------ -- - -- ---- -- -
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the weekendof ;I
guests during
fiance Life bas paid more than 123 Mrs. W. E. Torode spent the Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns. '; .,.
Friends of Miss\ Miriam Guy,
pillion dollars to policyholders week-end in Tallahassee as the
nd beneficiaries since organizai a student at Florida State Collegefor guest of her son-ln-Iaw and daughter Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent the WE PAY 17c DOZENFOR EGGSRead
will be
Women at Tallahassee
i /in 1903.MOLD Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mitchell.Mr. week-end in Tallahassee with her
glad to learn that she was selected -

C. WALL Agency i as one of the ten girls from and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- sister there, Mrs.Miss Dorothy Mundy attended Sapp. While the and Compare 4t

(.ante Life Insurance Corn- the college to be presented at the baum of Jacksonville were week- Military Ball and Satur-

pnny of PIMsburg i Gainesville General College last week-end week-end.dance in end parents guests Mr of and Mrs.Mrs. Nassbaum's B. Jacobs. day Home night at the American reception Legion Cut prices on foods that everybody likes ;

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Mrs. W. E. Middleton Is spend- -

LJ!;;, NAT SEZ: ing this week at Jacksonville Cooking

\\hen I woke up this. morning andlooked in-law IJeacli,with Mr. her and brother Mrs. W.and Q.sister-Dow- UJflPT-RDS I OIL TT QP Grocery Pi::; les

r out of the window, I saw Ing.;

.., a lot of green loaves and a lot of Gal. 72c
-y Mr and Mrs. H. W. Mills and AND MARKET
to
pretty flowers and I snjs my- f each
'daughter, Mills Elizabeth Mills, of liRE SURE 1'aekatge
self, "Nat spring it! where, what
Jacksonville were guests last Pure Lard SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
are you going to do about it? I week-end of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. 9c

suppose, If I was a young man, my Flume j 1 Ib. lOc MARCH 31 APRIL 1.
turn to FOR Aj..1'Improvect bfarlglobetomato .
thoughts would lightly - -----
Mrs. J. D. Mills of Green Cove plants. 20c 100. delivered
per Lettuce each 7Vzc
thoughts of love, but instead the I 24 oz. Sweet Pickles 15c Iceberg ,
Springs was the guest! last Fri- D W Moore Starke _. .
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first thing I thought of was my day of her mother. Mrs. E. M. tf. -
Qt. Peanut Butter 20c Bananas 4 lb 15c
Jelly $
last ;j ear's sport shoes."Wayne. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. or ,
:
AZALI'ASOnulne; Indian Formosa -

Wllkerson! deep lavendar, a fust I Quart Salad Dressing 20c Beans or Squash, lb. lOc ,,
8 in. $1.50; doz. 10 in.
grower
Maid"Wash ; -
Miss Katie Fug-ate returned to
Jacksonville Tuesday after spend- $2 doz; 12 In. $3 doz. f. o. b.- No. 2 l-2 Can Peaches 12Vzc Cauliflower, lb. 9c
I Y ing several days here with Mr. Belvedere Azalea Gardens & 7
: Frocks Nursery, Earlton, Fla., P. O. a for N. 1 IIUHII ;
and Mrs. J. F. Colley and Miss! Co Kist, Peas or Corn, 25c i
Waldo, Fla.
CLI Virginia Fugate 3-1Q-4tp -- POTATOES, 10 LBS. 20c

\VANTKI> TO IH'V cows and Tip Top Tea, Big Box lOc
For the larger Ladles. Mrs. E. R. Struth and young hogs. Market prices paid on all York Cooking Apples I Ib 5c ,P
w ,. newest. materials son James Rodman, are spendingsome D.
I grades. J. ODOM, box 217 '
( Pretty Styles and thee time in DeLand as guestsof Starke. Fla. 3311yr.pLOST A HEAL HAKOAIN 1>)>;;;; 'i

Sizes 38 to 52 Mrs. Struth's parents, Mr. and Tall fun IlnrlgoldMILK' Winesap Eating Apples 23c
Mrs. J. H. Tatum. 3-year-old yellow and !

$1.98 to $2.95Pure Misses Edith Rowe and Mar- white numbered milk 268.cow. Finder Tag In notify ear I 5 Fresh Cukes, 2 for 5c

garet Pearce attended the General J. D. ODOM, Starke, and receive C
No. 2 Size Can Fresh Celery each 7Yzc
.. College week-end festivities at the reward. lop '
R R University of Florida In Gaines
k HGo
FOR SALE 8-weeks-old TOMATOESRed
pedigreed -
ville last week-end. Roasting Peanuts, 2 lbs. 15c
Poland-China pigs. Eli-
o Thead SilkS gible for registration and vaccinated 10 l"oundJt
Mrs. John Marshall left
Mr. and
See C. V. Inglerlght, Coffee lb. 15c
Top .
Tuesday for Dayton, Ohio where SWEET POTATOES 15c
Full Fashioned Starke, Fla. lip
r they will spend the summer
months. In the fall they expectto FOR SALE-,Large wood cooking Gold Top Coffee, lb. 18c TUB BUTTER, lb. 29c ,.'
return to Starke and live in stove In good condition. Cheapat
Silk Hose their newly built home on Lafay- $5 cash. May be seen at Tip Top Coffee, lb. 20c )UOKlr.LU: Pound

ette Street. Gassetts. W. G. Starr. Itp WISCONSIN CHEESE 17c 'I
p'Y. < Maxwell House Coffee, Ib. 25c (
made by a well known
manufacturer of a nationally

J advertised brand I I I NOTICE !r rI FRESH AND TANNED 5 Ibs. 22c



5.00 '" 69c ': I wish to announce, to the public that Tarn l I II Tender Chuck Roast, lb. 20c lyr ri 10 Ibs. 39c


''I \' buying an interest in Beasley's Service Station Florida Pork Chops, lb. 17c ,.:=; ,. ,


\'agabllndo"( Special Sale and will assume the position of General Smoked Bacon, Ib. I5c 20 Ibs. 74c


n.uURED IN JfjU'ltl Manager beginning April I st. Best White Bacon, lb. 11c! ___ __
Co-Ed Frocks HILVICIt; KING-/HF.LF KISINO 20 Pounds

'mfort Quality. ..and Style.. Boiling Bacon, Ib. 7'/c
WOVEN iota I will give the same high class service as has FLOUR 55c
one shoe...that only seven of these lovely ; 19c '
e hoe,"City; Club" has left. Armours Tripe, No. 2 can
ended dresses
search of $7.93\ always been given at this Service Station. I
price
for cornRegular
men
many
tunable footwear On Sale Corn. Beef Matchless, can 15c SUGAR Ibs. 23c ,

N '\\TURAL! BROWN We will handle a complete line of Tires I Banner Potted Meat, 2 cans 5c) RICE,5Ibs. 17c

a;',il D TWO TONES W 4.98 Batteries Seat Covers and anything else : Rea
I Vienna Sausage, Bungalow 5c ned Corn, 100 lb. $1.35


for the service of your automobile. : Alaska-Salmon, can lOc Home Made Lard, 50 lb. $4.50

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Mackerel, 3 tall cans 25c Fife fur Toilet Soup With 1 Box: of

I ADOLPH GAY ._ __ lArge Size

I Sardines, 3 tall cans 25c Octagon Soap Flakes 20cY.

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PINE LEVEL WANT ANOTHER JUDGE MERCHANTS HAVE '
Belleair Justice Elwyn Thomasof Orlando .()(; ."
Mrs. II. M. McJUci Correspondent -- Floret, ,II.. .
LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA the Florida supreme court told planned to secure I
t FARMERS SECTIONNOTES t'p"' 'I '
11,1
Mrs. Lillian McRae and daughter. the state bar association that workof half of one per cent guy, ') GIlt
the court would be speeded tax. State o'''
up: Ia
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Mrs. C. T. Jackson, and FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Mercnant, ".
and at least 30 per cent if the number I tion leaders placed m. u/*
Bobble and
children.
1 Danny 1 n' .(.._t1.-... .hnnltl. bA increased _a.t. Ihtt tnr .., ? ..._ t.ft fltt!
-- ------ --- -- -------- -- ? w- ? ,1A- ,
Taylor Dixon all of Gainesvillewere v p IV pr"Jr-
FERTILIZER; BOOSTS dinner guests of Mr. and I ANOTHER RADIO STATION RIGHTS ARK LIMITED: : I from six to seven. The association adopted at a meeting h*.,.. (;
ffints HouseholdFor Emi YIELD OF LKSI'KDKZA in annual convention here to 1be
: Mrs. H. M. McRae Tuesday. Ocala: The communications. Talahamee--Tbe supreme court I program be present,.,,,i "
( O.V USI'ltOUl''Tl\'E SOIL I is on record as favoring the proposed legislature next lilt
commission has affirmed a previous monui ..
has
Mr. and Mrs. O. H Wolfmeyer has ruled that a stockholder ?
decision John T. increase in the number of ed for: Rigid .. R
authorizing econormgovernment. '
absolute to examine all
and children of Gainesville were no right
will appeal to Gainesville Fla.--The lespedezaa AIsop. Jr., to construct a radio the records of Such justices and will assist circuit Transfer of "rlits
For flavor that for "bring- recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. a company. '
have a reputation judges of the state in working fora ea, with the th'
station will exception ,
station here. The
homemakers may weU I R. Hall. operate examinations it said. cannot be occ< :
everyone ing back" land too poor to grow kilo- constitutional amendment on the line tax. to the unlimited time 1100 ,
use citrus Juices in baking. Here crops with profit or land that has I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Goodge and on permitted to satisfy idle curioaltY'1 proposal. fund. At least gene Ii ,?, \
this cycles, with 100 watts power. a flv.pent rely
are some suggestions along of low Doris "The Inspection: must some
because
been abandoned daughter, spent Sunday tion of all government, .. ,
line: fertility. Lespedeza. however, may with Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown at I direct relation to seeker's Interestas tal salaries. '? paRna

Quick Roll be benefited by the use of fertilizer Sampson City. FIRST CAR OF VEGETABLESPlant a stockholder and must be fora PENSION FUND SHY useless departments Eliminator n all

1, Requirements: 2 cups flour. 1.21. says J. L. Smith, Extension The W M. S of Pine Level City-The first solid car just and reasonable purpose" Tallahassee Confederate pensioners position to .strlr'

teaspoon baking soda. 3-4 cup agronomist. Church met at the home of Mrs. of mixed vegetables of the seasonto the court said In an opinion by may not receive full pay- -...any form_ ofale.. J u
a
'
grapefruit Juice. 1.2 teaspoon malt I roll out of Plant City were Chief Justice Glenn Terrell. ment on April 1. "I'm fearful --
L. Conner afternoon
Mr. Smith points to experiments j L. Friday FIGURES OX
INSl-R
1-3 teaspoon soda, 2 tablespoon! shipped Tuesday of last week by that collections won't be sufficientto \ rp
conducted by the U. S. Bureau of with twelve members present Tallahassee-Insurance
d shortening, and melted butter. John S. Barnes, Inc. The carlot make the payment, Comptroller romp/
Plant Industry, in which lespedezas NO LET-UP IN DRIVETallahasseeAttorney mea collected
Miss Vester McRae of Starke .: !
:14.454,04610
J. M. Lee said. "We will makea
then flour. Sift was made of cucumbers and
Sift measure up It
planted on unproductive soil produced General premiums In
and 1939
spent Saturday night Sunday the from
effort to
desperate get
and
; again with the baking soda greater yields of forage with her parents Mr. and :Mrs. pepper. George Couper Gibbs told county Florida, it was clUzellla:
If don't it we'll announce4
we ,
money. get
t' salt Cut or rub in shortening until with fertilizer than without. On H. M. McRae. officers Saturday "there must be State Treasurer W v b-)
have to decide whether to make
it is as fin as coarse corn fertile soils however, or when GIVES FAIR 9500 of There were Knott.
no slackening or restraining paid losses
Mrs. Ruth Denmark visit- .
fruit to was ,reductions in payments or with-
enough juice
meal. Add in rotaUon with that Sarasota Saraaota Commissioners of J*
grown crops County efforts" to stamp out illegal 1936523261. Kno.t
Turn out on ing friends In Jacksonville Wed- hold all payments until they can !
stiff dough. Who.
:::nake a have been well fertilized, the use contributed $500 to the gambling in Florida. Sheriffs, insurance commisalonei
knead for two nesday. be made in full. The pension fund 1M
t a floured board and of additional fertilizer with the Florida exhibit at the New York's state attorneys and county solicitors life Insurance premium,. tba:
roll to I.' Newman of Gum Branch has a $40,053.84 balance and the
w then Harley
minutes
JUlllp\
or three lespedeza crop may not offset the World Fair, which, added to a the attorney general said nearly $2,000,000. The !!
R inch thickness and cut with two- spent the week-end here with re- next distribution will amount to pretu!
r
expense. previous donation brought the have given excellent cooperation volume for 1938 was
floured. Fold l latives. about 50000. $28.6:17.:191.: :
t ______ inch cutter well In Rowan County N. C., Bureau county's total to $1,000. The donation in the campaign since Governor 79. while losses were $10.8841
ill in half, pressing edges firmly together. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and ---- .
workers seeded Korean lespedeza was made after Blain Mc- Cone launched it recently and 89. Fire insurance

j. Place slightly apart on on poor land without fertilizer children attended the family re- Grath, representing the fair com- made Gibba the director. COLLECTOR SUSPENDED stock, mutual and cornplllUel ,

f greased pan. Brush with melted : treatment for 2years. The plaints union at the home of Mr. and Mrs. mittee, made an appeal for funds. 4- Tallahassee Governor Cone wrote 12744158.88 as foreign

butter cover and let stand 20 reached a height of more than 2 O. H. Wolfmeyer in Gainesville suspended Frank A. Doughertyfrom with $14,291,325.59 for COIllPitld
Bake In STUDENTS PROTEST 1937 .
minutes in warm place. inches only where row crops had Sunday his office as Hendry County es in 1938 were $4,017.025 L-
TAX
/ hot oven for 10 minutes then been fertilized This O. OPPOSES SALES Marianna-About 500 studentsof tax collector for an alleged short- st< previously. R. Alvarez of Vanderbilt ""'asa companies received
Ip
Jacksonville Federation
'fi melted butter -The Florida premium
brush again with Marianna School left their III
growth was limited to a narrow business visitor to this section High age of funds. He acted on a report 10379810.12 and
had
10 to 15 min of Labor, in annual con- loser
and complete baking classrooms and alongcity III
paraded
band right where the fertilizer Monday. from State Auditor W. M. 3456905.39: ;
mutuals
melted butter vention here, voiced its oppositionto $771.320.
utes. Brush with was placed in the previous streets carrying placards say- Wainwright that Dougherty owed and '
year. $142,650.59
Remember the services at Pine any form of sales tax being en- ; and foreigri' .
p once more. Serve Immediately. ing they would not return until ;
the State
Most of the lespedeza died when Level Church this week-end. There 7876.45, principally for panles $1.5934208.51
acted by the State Legislature. and 417.f6J.
Florida Corn Bread E. T. Denmark U retained as supervising automobile J
t about 2 inches high. will also be services at Pine Levelon Delegates representing all classes license tax collections, 31
17 f Requirements: 1 cup flour 3-4 When the land was treated with and principal. The school and did not have the money on
Monday Tuesday night of workers in this state also de-
teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon I:lime and superphosphate there was 3rd trustees meeting recently, did not hand to cover it. Wainwright also -
April and 4th. Preaching will STOMACHE
dared to
they were opposed restoration RELln-
salt 1 1-2 corn meal, 2 eggs, recommend reappointment of Den-
cups a marked Increase in growth. On said that Dougherty collected
be by Elder S. J. of Gaines- Everyday
Apers of taxes people
as -
poll voting
and 3 mark, who has held the seeking abd(
1 1-2 cups grapefruit juice untreated plots Korean reached a ville. place $315.28 of improper commissions. from
acid-Indigestion J
7r tablespoons shortening. height of 1 to 3 inches; with lime prerequisites. about nine year The Parent- Dougherty's case will come before the Rexall come
We are thankful for the much Drug Store fouauJand
Sift, then measure the flour alone 4 to 13 inches; and 9 to 17 Teachers Association had endorsed the State Senate meeting April 4. !
request-Blsma-Rex
needed rain that fell in this sec-
Sift again with baking soda, salt Inches where lime and superphos- APPEAL: FINES Denmark. His suspension may be made permanent
1 Combine' well. both tion and the people are busy Panama City State Repre- -0 he WHY
and corn meal. phate were applied. Kobe or may be reinstated.
gathering their strawberries.VANDERBILT sentative J. Ed Stokes and A. M. The reason is clear P...
7I beaten eggs, grapefruit and melted and common lespedezas grew 4 to CIRCUIT JUDGE RETIREMENT .SI/)*

i, '1, shortening. Add liquid to Ingredients 6 inches on untreated plots. 9 to I Williams business man, are free SHIPPED have found that Sterna-Rex nHeves -

h{ stirring until smooth. Turn 11 inches with superphosphate, 61 I pending an appeal from 30-day Bushnell-All last week cucumbers distress of acid-hdlgeGa
1 1\1111II Velma Norman Cor.B. Tampa-A proposed bill to pro in record time.
into a well greased pan 8x8 pref. to inches with lime and 8 to 16'' jail sentences imposed for con- vide for the retirement of Circuit have been going to market in It's swift fat

1 erably. Bake In hot oven 25 to 'inches with both lime and super-) tempt of court. They were sen- Court carlots from Sumter County fieldsat way action affords the most d
J JM Y. P. U. SocialB. judges will be submitted to fectlve thorough
30 minutes. pho phate. From 1 to 3 tons of tenced and fined $100 each by Circuit the ( prices ranging from $3.85 for and beneflttty j
approaching session of the
tt Y.
P. U. members of Water treatment
lime per acre, and 500 pounds of Judge Ira A. Hutchinson I fancies at the State Farmers possible.
;! II If you want a bread that will I Oak Church gathered with many legislature; according to word received I If you are subject to
? stay moist for several days try superphosphate per acre was the outsiders at the residence of H. when a grand jury presentment I here from various sections Market on :Monday, to $3.30 on digestive disturbances ev r>!ui
rate of application. charged them with attempting to Friday. From all of the due to a
the bread given below. It of the packing
H t orange L. Norman for a social: Thursday state It is understoodthat cess-acid use BLsma-Rei
bribe the
foreman.
Serlcea showed houses in u
the
Is firm enough to slice paper thin the same trendIn night March 23. The young peo- the bill, in its present form, county it is estimated experience relief and

for sandwiches, yet the thick growth with fertilization. It ple gathered outside and played would call for circuit judges to be that about 20 cars have gone had almost forgotten. comfort yix;

slices make tempting toast. It* reached a height of 26 inches games while the older folks were SHINERS HAVE NEW; TRICK retired at 60 or 65 years of age to market. Peak of the shipping Only local
your Rexall
', delicate flavor adapts itself to a with superphosphate 20 to 30 enjoying themselves by telling Bra den ton-The arrest by Fed- provided they have served for at should be reached in about two Store Carpenter's Ore

,variety of sandwich fillings. inches with lime, and 30 to 40 jokes and were busy with the process eral agents of a 15-year-old Brad- least fifteen years. Twenty years weeks with favorable weather but Starke sells genuine Drug Bisma-Ro.Store t

Orange Bread Inches with both lime and super- of cooking supper. After enton youth on a charge of work- of service would call for retire- growers report considerable rust

t Requirements: 2 cups flour 1 phosphate, compared with 16 some time everyone was called to ing in a liquor still brought to ment regardless of age. The rate and weather too cool and dry. '"

teaspoon soda, 3.4 teaspoon salt, : Inches on untreated plots. supper, where chicken pileau light today a new stunt employedby of pay after retirement, as suggested Strawberry shipments have been NEW POWER CUSTOMERS.. FLORIDA

3+ 4 1-2 cup sugar, 1 egg well-beaten I I pickles, bread, and cake were serv moonshiners to evade the law: in the provisional bill, light for the week, but prices a local _..LIGHT who. .COlLet ..UtHr ': II

3-4 cup strained orange juice, 2 SOME ACREAGE TO DE ed. Then everyone returned home hiring boys to run the stills be- would be two-thirds of the regu- reached top of 13 1-4 cents a pint 1. tal.'.. EI.eMe..e .>
b HIGHER OTHERS LOWER cause the Government is expectedto lar here on Friday. vies do your Haul WlrUg.Scrrlc .
lemon juice 1 teaspoon salary.
tablespoons reporting time.
a good R.aao.ablq >>. .-._.1.
1, grated orange rind 1-4 tea be lenient with them If appre- .'
,$ Milton Norman
of this sectionis
Orlando Fla. increases SMOKE: CAUSES
Acreage -
DEATH
i hended. 0..1. PHILLIPS.
spoon grated lemon rind and 1-4 WANT MORE MATH LawtcrMR.
,' for 1939 with three FlorIda visiting his grandparents Mr. Miami-In a cloud of smoke
cup melted shortening. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier of Wood- Orlando Florida
schools from
field high muckland
r' indicated in
Sift and measure flour. Sift crops are CKASH BRINGS I'KISON TERM I II I fires Charles

1 again with baking main salt and reports received by the United lawn.A. Miami-Clifford Jackson Taylorwas are graduating students without!'I Phillips, 22-year-old dairy worker I"

Combine well-beaten eggs States Department of AgrlculI large number of folks from sentenced to 10 years in pri- I even a fundamental knowledge of stumbled into a canal and was FARMER
sugar.
ture's crop reporting economists this section attended the singing mathematics, Prof. J. H. Clouse of drowned. His body was recovered I
i i orange juice, lemon juice, grated I son on a manslaughter charge as the ,
+- rind, and melted shortening Add here. They base their estimates. convention at Lake City Sunday.J. a result of an automobile accidenton University of Miami and Dean several hours later He was driving There will be a treniemioo

14 to dry Ingredients, stirring until on reports from farmers of intentions M. Rosier and grandson Jlm- the Miami Beach causeway Joseph Weil of the University of a herd of cows from pasture demand for flues this year Put

h well mixed Turn into a small to plant.Principal mie Lee of Woodlawn, were visitIng February 11 in which Miguel Florida told the State Engineering when other workers, who were on- your order In now with a vail

bread tin, lined with greased wax acreage boost will occur Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman Mantes, Cuban jai alai player was Society. Professor Clouse as- ly 100 feet away but could not see deposit.Our .

x Cover and let stand 20 with tobacco, the economists Iof Vanderbilt Sunday afternoon. killed and his wife severely burn- serted that not only are mathematics -I him in the smoke heard a spash
paper. I
'' minutes. Bake in moderate oven say. Flue-cured is expected to Mrs. Amanda Silcox of Starkeis ed. Taylor was arrested at Mar- not being taught in grade and i' at the canal and found he had flues are welilrd. Thor
I high schools but that mill not come apart under tk
one hour. Jump 15 percent to 18,400 acres spending a few days with her ietta, Ga., where he had asked police colleges disappeared A county patrol

1, Likewise orange loaf cake Is deliciously from 16.000 last year. Indica- daughter Mrs. Russell Norman. to give him a night's lodgingin throughout out the country are send squad was called to drag for his severest heat.

tions point to a 38 percent increase ing teachers unable to teach body. The effect of
tender with a delightful Mrs. A. A. Edwards and child- the jail. the the smoky Our Fines Don't Cost
In sun tobacco, from 800 to subject "It is deplorable that fires also has been
felt
} at
yellow crumb and a rich, brown ren of Brooker were visiting Mr. in a machine Tropical Any More And They Are
1.100 acres The shade tobacco is age such as ours Park race
WOULD STOP RACKET track which is
; crust. The cake may be made in and Mrs. F. M. Norman Saturday schools near
expected to remain about the should be neglecting a the Better
Everglades.
j, two eight-inch layers.Orange afternoon. Tallahassee-Determined to puta Smoke has been
2,400 subject which is the basis of all i so thick Your Home Indus":
same acres. Support ]
Th Loaf Cake Mrs. W. II. Lee of Okeechobeewas stop to the "Salary Buying"practice sciences" recently that dockers
+ 2 Peanut acreage is expected to which is alledged to have he declared and said : have been unable to time
IS'rlftw'f the
} Requirements: cups pastry visiting her sister, Mrs. H. L. that poor SEEGEORGE
'1 Hour 1.2 teaspoon baking soda, be increased 8 percent to 143,000 Norman, Thursday night. reached the proportions of a "rack high schools teaching is in grade and horses in their early morning

1.3 acres. Tame hay also is expectedto et" in this state, civic leaders and responsible for a workouts. The haze has
?+t ;1-4 teaspoon salt 2 eggs, cup Misses Iris and Irene Sapp of distaste for lifted WARGOLIVE

.q butter, 1 cup sugar 3-4 cup strained go up 5 percent to 104,000 Vanderbilt were visiting Miss I prominent attorneys plan to push belief that it mathematics and a later in the day, however and

t sY orange juice, and grated rind acres. Anetta Wainwright of Heilbronn legislation of "regulation" and "of lity. requires special abi patrons have had no difficulty OAK FLF \.

t'u'Y, of 1 orange Other field crops are expectedto Sunday. control" for the protection of both I seeing the races in the afternoon. -=

p Sift and measure flour. Sift' run about the same acreage us Miss Velma Norman of Vanderbilt I the employee and the employer.

i'' three times with baking soda and last year. These include corn was visiting Miss Allie Mae I Cases on record show where Interest -

; suit. Cream butter until light II 805,000 acres, oats 9,000, potatoes Andrews of Raifofd Monday afternoon on small loans, as high as 300

and lemon colored. Add sugar (mostly already harvested) 29- 'I percent have been collected.

000 acres, and cowpea 25,000acres. .
_
t X ..., .
j NIGHT SPOTS RAIDED

X11 DRINK MORE A reduction of S I percent to 19- BOATDRAIN Miami-Sheriff D. C. Colemanand arms: For SaleThe

MILK 000 acres is anticipated with Mrs. Z. Z. Grtffls Cor. deputies' squads raided two

sweet potatoes.gradually night clubs and arrested ten men
Mrs. Joe Griff Is and children of
of
and three women on charges
r Clay County were visiting Mr. and
1l I I'Yllil I indecent exposure and the use of
beating after each addition.
Mrs. S. F. Crlfflfl Sunday.Mr. .
tt Slowly add eggs which and Mrs. D. Boree and obscene: language In a public place. Federal Land Bank is offering for quick sale several farm
have been beaten until they are All were released under $250 bond ,
children and Miss Irene Boree of
1 1 almost as stiff as whipped cream. Jacksonville each after spending from one to properties in Bradford County at a real bargain and
with
Add rind. Alternately add spent Sunday relatives three hours in jaiL Coleman, who on very
orange
here.Harvey .
< And Drink dry Ingredients and orange juice, made a personal tour of nightspots easy terms, as follows :
has
r Gainey returnedhome
before the raids, said Indecent
-
beating until smooth'after each
V l'9 The Best after being in Miami for
( addition. Turn into a greased some time shows would be halted.

FROM 50 paper-lined minutes loaf In loaf pan.pan Bake or about 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Grlffls. WOULD EXCLUDE. WOMEN 40 acres, known as the Mrs. Anna Baxter Farm, located 7 miles

were guests Sunday of Mrs. Gritfee' -
: PETERSON'SDAIRY Eustis The Florida Women'sChristian
25 minutes If Northwest
layers or cup cakes from Starke with
parents Mr. and Mrs. Math Temperance Union favors approximately 30 acres cleared.
are made. When cool, ice with Dixon of
;l coconut orange frosting. Lawtey. passage of a law prohibitingwomen (fair improvements) This farm is suitable
Joe Griff. Jr., of Jacksonville from engaging in the for strawberries,

I't '/ weekend.Mrs.visited relatives. here over the liquor business In Florida. Mrs. and any other general crops grown in this section.

Etta V. Mendenhall of Tampa.

BOREE FUNERAL HOME J. B. Russ and sons, Charley state president, told the Lake and

Full line of Casket A Undertakers Supplies and Russell, and Mrs. M. E. Sumter county district convention 80 known

i, AMBULANCE HBUVIOB!: Prescott and children, all of Lake last week that twice as many acres, as the W. D. McKinney Farm, located 5 miles

DAY ANTE N10IIT Butler, were guests of Mr. and women as men were operating West from
Lawtey with
t fit-MIONCG. -x-63 Mrs. W. E. Green last Sunday. liquor and beer establishments lathe approximately 20 acres that could be

II. UKNNKTT. MET. Mrs. E. E. Lee and children of state. easily put into cultivation.

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"THE Bethel were visiting her daughter.Ms. This farm has no improvements,

Arch- Prevail.. Sunday.UETIIEL ,- MAKE WAY FOR LEGIS: but it does have a quantity of young pine timber.

LATIONTallahaeseeeFour

state and

WORLD'S GOOD NEWS Airs. Susie GU_. Cur several federal departments have 50 acres, known as the Ernest M. Futch Farm
located miles
will come to your home every day through moved out of their officers In the 1%

Mrs. Klbert Bowers Is Improving capitol to make room for the legis Southwest from Lawtey with
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR approximately 18 acres cleared,
I after being 111 for several 1 lature. The state auditing department
A. 1-1 Dnar N.aepepw One 2 room
r" weeks. dwelling. (Electricity is
a_...... ,....tN _14'._.,.oulru.,...dulof.. Tb Montiov has moved into the Capitol Available).
_1>Aoi' D. D. Woodard Miss R. V. Allan ) quare building. 'The game
r .... _...u..I. .1W 1W ra."'..w ba i s m...du5UN% and Miss Emma Allen were and fresh water flan commission
t I.ra,. Ia.I.aI.1., aural, M.y.Ya. r..ulu.w .
-_ .. -- --.M.M..M.._.._ dinner guests Sunday of Mrs and the state barber control board Look these farms over and then if
', 11.-ObfSW.a ....... PuMtoblni. SuotetfMuwtt. Evla Johnson of Starko. have transferred their interested, write C. A.
'' U... __.., sawn. M..nuwI4 he&dquartI I Wilson
...... .*..., ml .uNM>rii>Uui> U> lit. ObrutMn ..... Monitor (or Mr. and Mrs. Albert CJIImton and ers to the Western UnUn building Salesman for the Bank, Hotel White House Gaines-
s.d ...tI children were visiting Mr. d and the ,
anMrs. hotel commission had
,MIII 110 I awu+. 54.0 I WWIMI II Id, 1 Ipunlb Il M I ville Florida for
........-.. .......llwlrAwe M....+III. 5Nlk"I a ,... ...... I........eea C II. Johns at Kingaley Lake moved to the Centennial building. price and terms.

Sunday afternoon. Several WPA I
.... .... ... organisations including
-- -- A large number of friends enjoyed district headquarters of

.W.+ ....."......,- the pound party given last the state archives survey, have ,
} ...
.M. C.Ep .o ".. /
a KrUUy night at the home of Mr. moved to the department of agriculture -

and Mr. Frank Coleman. building.

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-' "one pot" theory in governmental _._---. . .. -- -.. PAGE SEVEN: i Pleads


THE PERISCOPE I financing.Denouncement of sever, majoi I I single N >w Testament one that could there be construed u not a death as occurring the principal in Florida- cause--'-of- '' ''

By items In the report of the budge: riiibe1IUPIIIflI5: I t ro mean a building The Greek
f
SI H.WAKPW, HARTLEY commission. { word "ekklesla' translated I The official report is for the
first 11 months of
) 1938
I and the
Florida Definite to ', '
t craft :'-respondent pledge veto a sales* I church means those who are total deaths from heart diseases "
a$ News Service tax In any form.Recommendation. rnlled-oui. So the church is real- I
is placed at 3.861 an increase of
4. J for the establishment I I 1\ any body of people<< who have 272 over the same period the ?

of a state tax commix-, ., been called-out of the world to
Spot proceeding year. Heart disease to
'tg tilit,", on lion or some slmillar body to over- BAPTIST servo the living and true God.
sounds Pat METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN 1 EPISCOPAL; CHRISTIAN followed closely by cancer (all '
one haul the present ad valorem K<-\ A E LlghtfootP Worldly be
t system Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev persons can hardly forms
Dolt .tor Fred Terkes, Jr. Rev W T. McOuIre I )) which showed a decrease
t: ail "Ag" and bring about uniform assessments 1 Pastor Rev, Dr. nice and Rector PaiitorSunday cleaned In this category. How
A. J
Kconomy: Thomas, Supt. 1 of 88 deaths, from 1,476 in the 11- "
iTlre i E: K. Ferryman, Rev. Dr. Adams Sunday School
a;. \bat In all counties. Sunday School Supt. School Supt. can those who arc regenerated by
Oen Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Sasee Mrs. Ira Wilson month period of 1937 to 1,388 for iA
Inspired by l>11amJ'. victory over General recommendations to Sunday S.45: A.School M. of Church school Mrs B. M. Davis Organ.st Sunday School the Blood of Christ be entangledIn the same period In 1938.

u' Florida, Power Light Coma tighten the laws against gambling I Morning rvlc. Church 10 A. School M. Church School Supt. Mrs. Jam. CarlisleServices 10 o'clockWorship worldly amusements and worldly -
be of the natlon- carrying with it certain it A. M. Moraine Roy Mathews Service A who Pneumonia (all forms) showed
* L the policies veto of Worship Sunday School.Every and Sunday organizations. group
) and latratlon with reference bills to legalize casinos bookies I Baptist t!IlIon, 'Training::3e p. a[. Service, 11 A. M. Church 1. A.School M. 10 A M. 11 o'clock a. m. gather on any other basis than & decrease of 38, from 1,082 for
add EveningWoeahlp 7:30 o'clock m. the 11-month of
: p. period 1937 to 1-
1 power In the southern or to bring back slot machines. I Evening Service, Service, 7JO P. M. Morning, Worship Sundays .. 11 A. M.: Prayer MeetingWdnend full surrender to God should be
o eiatea heap I 7:30: P. M. Young? Peirple'e Fridays____7:30: P. M. Night 044 for the period of 1938. Tuberculosis -
i several legislators! have I Prayer Meeting. 11 A. M. y called a club rather than a church.All .
Wednesday League MevtlnriSO Holy Days..10 A. U. 7:30: o'clock (all forms) showed an Increase '
7:10 P.M.
bill! that may cause the Speaker Designate Pierce I : ": P. M.Prayer those who profess to be
I IubUc
\ ratte' Pianist of 16 deaths for the 11-
utilities many a headache Wood's committees are busy as I I Mrs. Mona Canova MeetingWednesday SUN ALLIANCE Christians ought to study the
7IO month of 1938 1937
P.M.Mra.
period over ,
01 coming session. I beavers! collecting all sorts of I Choir Director H' MISSION IIALL President Scripture and find out exactly
baring the John II. Powell P. Long, GOSPEL TAB. The R.", Frank the 1937 figures being 880, against
facts and figures about the tax Chairman Organist and Choir Robinson what God requires of them.
of Uie Sponsor: Sponsored by 896 for the same period of 1938.
First of legal bobbed situation, school financing and I Board of Deacons Director Mr.' and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Vice President I When Christ returns for His
In ., series J. F. Klckllter Mrs. E. K. Perryman J. T. Quigley Th. R.". Leslie Automobile accident deaths decreased '
Pt 'p appearing In the Florida I miscellaneous other major Itemson Chairman Assistant Organist 3. T. QulgleyBible Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasure church aa He may soon do. He from 630 for the first 11*

k en\ Advocate in Tampa last. the legislative docket. Thus Board L. O.of Powell Trustees T. T.Choir Long, Assistant Study, eachTuesday each Friday evening will not carry all the church I IL..L. Iuuiiuings months of 1937 to S81 for the
+v far, the Senate Director evening7SO: 7:30 o'clock The Hev. Fred Verkes
has taken
no ..__ ..__.
Jek th* Items were over-; part -- u. a 1 d f 1938 d fl
and I with Him but the living e me per o o a re uc on f
dallies. Sen- in the proceedings and you :; ;
local may I
d riNd, bY both I have wondered MISSION HAUL ANIJTABERNACI. believers Christians do not go of 49. Puerperal (maternity)
Services
why. PlannedFor
Whltaker is the author I deaths Increased
Pal I It by 22, from 179
ar Pkter Although the House of Lords .}: to church; they are the church./I
which aimed /for
&>t the measures. are BOB JONES Holy WeekA the first 11 months of 1937 to +
lirecth at the Tampa Electric contains more veterans than the All these truths attest the reality 201 for the same period of 1938.
u lower division and In spite of the Harold T. B. Jones of New York
: mpan> > Comments On Here flower-laden chancel and a of the abiding Christ in the heart The tnble of leading causes of
g fact
that several Senators are cer- and Tampa brought a fine lecture
Heading the list was a bill crew bright auditorium welcomed wor- of the born-again one. mortality for the 11-month periodof
u tain to have well-defined I
tax
municipal utility board pro- And Hereafter shipers In the First Methodist on. "The Church--Ita Mission 1937 and 1038. from January 1

1 nlch trot would be dotted with au- grams up their sleeves this com Church Sunday morning. Organ and Destiny" last Tuesday night TABERNACLE to November inclusive, follows:

fix and enforce electric mentator hazards the opinion that music which added to the atmos- ut the Mission Hall. He illustrated I Last Friday night there was aninapiratlonal
- iontv! to the session will find the House "The sea Is His, and He made _..___ _. ___..._ L.__ .his. lecture with__ ___ _some__ well-___ Cause 1938 1937 t t 1r,
.zht and power rates In Tampa. taking the lead and the I it; and His handa formed the dry piicic u* wuiauip. wag played uy on n Blble study at me Heart disease 3.861 3.582 t
to coed was a measure declaring Senate land. The Psalmist said that. Mrs. F. H. Long, and the pastor, chosen atereoptlcan pictu res. Tabernacle. The meeting was in Cancer 1,388 1,476 I'
I
s I' utility's franchise null and sitting ducts of quietly Speaker awaiting Wood's the pro- That is what the Bible teaches.I the Rev. Frank Robinson delivered There rendered was Miss also, a special Johnson.song charge of the local Gospel team Pneumonia 1,044 1,227
pre-ses- by Gladys
d old and the others would giveie slon He Is the Creator, God. We are the sermon on "The Steadfast Next Friday night, March 31, Tuberculosis 896 880

r city the right to examine the Such surveys.situation His creatures. He made us. We Life." During the course of his Gospel awards were given to there will be a Hymnologist in Auto accidents 6 Al 63O Yq
books. a would estab- remarks the pastor refreshed the. those who had recited the required of the service. tie wilt 376
d ompany's lish belong to Him just as does the sea charge Syphilis 464
a precedent. Usually It Is the
the session ends If In- memory of the worshipers of the number of memorized Scripture and Information ,
z Before other around. and the land. "What know ye not bring Interesting history Puerperal state 201 179
reaching commen- was But you can great strength of character of' Mrs. E. Thornquest was given the Malaria '
D ormation your bet that your bodies are the templesof concerning writing ISO 193
I tor is correct, a bill will be In- your will vest have buttons that the Senate the Holy Ghost?" cried the Jesus citing his steadfastness of a Bible as a birthday present. of many of the favorite hymns.He I Pellagra 95 99 st

roduced to give Tampa consumers I I forecast the last word and Apostle. Our hands and feet and purpose on his memorable journeyto Next Tuesday night the sixth la also a gospel singer. Don't Dlptherla 30 48 +

- e right to decide by their ballots we most of the important eyes and every faculty of our being Jerusalem and showing how anniversary of the Mission Hall miss this treat.Remember The total number of deaths from
bills will be decided in con- Jesus would not be will be observed. There will be a
next September whether they belongs to Him by the rightof turned aside the Anniversary all causes) for the first 11 months
the electric comb ference committees.The from his self chosen task of world special program of music and recitation of 1938 was 18,744, decrease of
,t rant to buy creation and also by the right meeting at the Mission Hall Tues- a
any's holdings or build a plant of of redemption. After Satan took redemption, even realizing that to given by the young people I day night April 4th. 152 from 18,896 for the same period 5"I"
legislative pendulum is go on meant the crone Mr., Robinson of the Hall. Plan to attend this of 1937.
n elr ownNow over the property to which he had ,
swinging towards economy. Tax- also noted that anniversary meeting. i
to thus
fol-
In releasing these figures, the
I no right or title God sent His t
this Is big news, not only payers associations are puttingthe Son, our Lord and Saviour Jesus low Jesus today would require a Mr Jones In his talk pointed : Heart Disease Causes Florida State Board of Health, explains '+

In:I Tampa but allover the state, pressure on Senators and Rep-' Christ to buy us back with His great strength of character on the out a very significant fact. People I Most Florida Deaths that they are based on reports

ecause it is Indicative of a legis- presentatlves and the tax boost blood. Let us hand over to God part of the followers and that It usually speak of the building In made to recorders of local ;

r tive trend. Senator Whitaker recommended by the budget com to keep for all time His own would entail great risks on their which they worship as the church. Figures just released from the vital statistics by attending physicians .

t yIx a candidate for governor mission has merely thrown fat on created and blood-bought prop- part. In closing he said, quoting This Is largely due to custom. The Bureau of Vital Statistics at the undertakers and coroners.

nd many brand this bill as cam- I the fire. erty. "I beseech you therefore, from the sermon of a great truth is that the people them- I Florida State Board of Health .

,alga thunder Nevertheless, the But there is a danger that the I by the mercies of God that ye pre- preacher of a few years ago that selves, if they are regenerated headquarters by Dr Edward M. Typewriter ribbons and carbon

: act remains that the fiery Taman -I economy ax 'may cut too deep.I I sent your bodies a living sacrifice : "Jesus Christ did not come into are the church. In thinking over L'Engle. director show that heart paper at the Bradford County Tel-

., > possesses a keen political Departmental consolidations are)I wholly and acceptable unto the world to make life easy, he the reference to the church In the I I disease in Its various forms still egraph.oyes' ,
suggested on every hand. Never- came to make men and
great;
ense and keeps his finger pressd God. which is your reasonable
theless, the actual dollars\ and, the challenge of Jesus rented to-
close to the public pulse. service.Vhat right have we to k
cents savings In most cases Is day the shoulders of the
upon
All Whitaker's bills are "loc- keep back anything from Him?
trivial In comparison with the loss I people of the world that we too
1s and will be passed by the up- "Ye are not your own ye are '
in efficiency and service to the might set our faces I
steadfastly to-
>*t division under the Ironcladule bought with a price;" and Oh! Em ClearanceEverything
public. The cause of conserva- ward a worthwhile goal In life
of senatorial courtesy. It is what a price "even the precious -
tion should not be hamstrung by and allow nothing to turn us away ,
nconceivable that the Hills blood of Jesus'"Be
foolhardy consolidations. Many! . from the attainment of It. .
rough delegation in the House .
not forgetful to entertain .
of these governmental services are The evening service was splen-
nill fight the senator's "pets" and worthwhile and serve a useful strangers; for thereby some haveentertained didly assisted by members of the
[this means the coming summer in I. angels unawares."
purpose. Sober thought Is need Intermediate The
department
Tampa will\ be exceedingly hot. ed and care should be taken that. When I was a boy we gave great members, as a whole beautifully Cut Must Go
Everything
tin pruning the dead limbs, the emphasis to Christian hospitality.Our sung "Are Ye Able?" while others SALE
Assuming the Tampa utility bill
home was open to visitors re-
tree itself is not killed. took individual parts Virginia

empt fcut Wcome what to Jaw do other for It; municipalties legislators Is logical to will with-fore-at- -NEW .RIVER- gardless Christians with of or bundles whether not. on Ragged their they backs were peddlers -I Sewell service calling conducted upon the the followingto worship To The Bone No Items Held Back

take part; Elsie Green in the
Mrs. O. E.
pn their own districts. Unless all Crosby. Correspondent
were invited to spend the nightin
call to Worship Garnlta Huttoin
;
Vlgna fall public utility rate regulation home and we felt InsultedIf ..
our .
"
l will become a legislative !I Services will be held at the they offered to pay for their Virginia a poem Anderson"I Want for to the Let evening Go; CONTINUED TO APRIL 15
New River Church
pao aria such Baptist on 'I
a development, room and meals We lived on a
flouBtless would find the utilities I Sunday. April 9 at 11 a. m. and farm.'e usually had "plenty to prayer. Shirley Galley"in u poem i

lamormg for a state commission. 7 p. m., with the Rev. H. M. Till- eat." Those were great days, but "The Living Presence; the offer- Mr Denmark cave u.* orders to Hell and clean out our store to make! room for new

I rJnti) ) this year most of the I( man of Jacksonville In charge. I they seem to have gone In our I II Comer tory prayer Perryman by Leonard and Mike Smith Jew I shipment Thousands! of dollars worth of new merchandise just received to go on

futilities shuddered at the very:, The Corinth and Deaden choirs modern America Most of us are I received the I the block. A carload of Clarke Jewell Stoves also lied Room and Dining) Maim Fur-

hough I of a state board to fixater j I| will meet at 5 p. m. and have a I I too busy to be hospitable but Keen read the offering Scripture; and, a Patsy Crow I niture, Studio Couches Living Room Suits KHUN. Radius, Lamps' and Tables of all

and otherwise supervise elec- song service. Everyone is cordially ) I'there Is still room for Christian Indian's version of the Twenty- designs Come early and help your favorite salesman to make hilt" quota. Regardless
,
Irk ighi and gas companies. But invited to attend and take| courtesy and for friendliness of I third Psalm. Mrs. E. K. Perry- of money the goods must go.Ve will make convenient terms
ft alan cities part in the services. j
through legislative I heart on the part of Christians. 'man played "Ava Murla' and
nactment set local Hiss Ida Mae Andrews return-1 ,
up rate-mak- There Is something very gentle "The Roxary" on the and FHKE DINNKU) SET AND
ed to her home in Lake Butler organ
pn ooards you will find the Mr. Drum-
u tllltes about Christianity. the addressed the WOOD RANGES
Preferring! one hoard to doz- Saturday after spending a week'' mond said something like this, "If pastor on the subject "God's congregallon Ten.> IiG, WITH EACH $491:0
n8 here with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. I
and by the he will be
same process of a man is a Christian a der Care." a
I
[reasoning n ls likely a state utl- Crosby. | gentleman That is true. The most Next
V'u* :ommlssion Among those who attended the Sunday morning begins,
bill I have known
for the refined people ever Week
Holy (
April 2)) which will be
pirs: > timE m history would not en- GeorgiaFloridaAlabama Singing i were Christian people. They may I i appropriately observed through I THIS BEAUTIFUL r..
!
-ounte. much opposition from the Convention I last Sunday; not know how to hold their knives : each day of the week (with the
''ig orporatlons. were: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wig eat not I"' BEDROOM SUIT
when They
j jHN i' they may { exception of Saturday) culminating I a iI.
gins, Mrs. J. L. Johns Misses'Betty know the latest methods of dress, on Easter Sunday with ... I.- i

,,Governor Cone has gone Into' and Doris Crosby Miss I and they may use poor English I j services. Sunday morning special the '+ S In Matched Walnut
"""" to work Melva Moody. Chester Moody real Christians
on his message but Christians are i will
pastor preach his
using as
((0 I
the i and Lester McCul-
tgislatureJuat what this Guy Parrish, always ladies and gentlemen. !'subject. "The Triumphant Entry Veneer

'mporuni document will contain!' lough. I There is nothing uncouth about I!'I Sunday evening the Rev Dr C t .,. :'p4 1$

t ra matter of opinion because the\] Miss Bonnie Turner has accepted Christianity We need to teach : C. Adams of the First Presbyter 3 Large Pieces +

f u cv J"" 'Isn't talking.' But here's I a position In Bryant's Cafe at I again the American youth the I Ian Church will preach on the subject
r guest I Starke, and we wish her much lessons of Christian courtesy and "
I "Seeing Jesus on Monday
P.ette'l\tion of his success In her new work.BROOKER. Christian hospitality our fath1 -I
stand on the .... evening the Rev. Fred Yerkes CI' An rntP'iJ.JU
-- I (1 era and mothers taught their -
restor of Saint Mark'H Episcopal
I
j children Church will preach; Tuesday even
BUSINESS Parker, Correspondent I -fSUNKIK the Rev. L. A. t-r fi
:Mm. L 1 ing Shepherd, Chap- yy "C i it
I : SEKV1CKI : lain at the State Farm; Wednesday $1.00 per week tihl,

DIRECTORY Contest ProfitableThe I I The 6:30: a. m. Easter service in evening the Rev. Mr Hazzard y''

P.-T. A. Is $128.00 better! the Presbyterian Church with all I j retired M E Minister; Thursday

': off this week than last week. I churches and pastors cooperating, I' evening the pastor the Rev Four Capacity' Week ''

That Is the amount received from Is a pleasant custom which Is to I Frank Robinson will administer BROOMS Strand 19c lIce Boxes :;0 Ii!,. $1.00

A\\. .. I the Baby Contest and cake walks .r be observed this year again. Fuller the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper -

The i! with little Jacquelyn Berry as announcement of plans for this J with the full ritual assisted by iI d{,

M drink i winner of the cup and Jo Ella service will be made next week. the Choir with Choral responses COON \ Table (fridge '

/1 that Berry as her sponsor. She was and on Good Friday evening the Mattresses 50) found $5.00 ,I3 LAMPS and Floor $6.95A

presented with a lovely pocketbook LONG: BKIIMiK: CIIIMSTIAXThe Rev. A. E Llghtfoot. pastor of

everybodyknows : for which she expressed her Rev W T. McGuire will the First Baptist Church will deliver

thanks. The P.-T. A. takes this fill his regular appointment at the the sermon. COMPLETE BED OUTFIT 46.95 VALUE

opportunity to thank all the spon- Long Bridge Christian Church These service are sponsored by I 75

sors for their purt in this contest.I Saturday night at 7:30: o'clock. I: the Starke Ministerial Alllanc. Platform Top Coil Springs With Inner Spring $2 7

_' ,, 5Cfy&Ztf Effie Hargraves was on the Sunday morning! at 11 o'clock and and it is hoped that members and Mattress and Beautiful Bed in Walnut y

l it honor roll In the Junior Department Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock. friends of each of the church>-

s I during the past quarter Elo- -- ---._ will come and worship at each of I With Your Old Outfit ;'1

OC.t.COLA I Ue Gainey and Francis Berry were HAMPTONMN these services. All evening services
BOT. CO. department. will begin promptly at 30
on In the primary Adu :Ninimo.l Correspondent I
i i. Truby and Lubedia Plnholaterj'I o'clock. May we all come together RUGS fix'J "*12
WE ARE"PRESCRIPTION LINOLEUM $2.99 $5.95
I spent Sunday In Lake City at the! I Miss Miriam Guy who. la at- for these services and worship
convention and both enjoyed i during this Holy Week laying
ringing ; tending college in Tallahassee

EXPERTS I it very much. was a recent !guest of her parents, aside any thought of denominational ALL MODELS; NOW ON DISPLAY)
Mrs P. S. Crews and activities aDd together worshiping R. C. A. _.
and
CARPENTER'S Mr. I the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy.
j Friends will be glad to know the God and Father of u* Week IA
The Rev C. R Robinson pastor -
-_ The Rexall Store that Mrs. George Hazen Is Im- of the Baptist Church here, all. RADIOS I M'** :Models $1.00

last week, and we -
proving since filled his regular appointment at
PLUMBING 'all wish her a speedy recoveryDon't Melrose last Sunday morning and PRKMIYTEKIAN': ('JIU; <,'J1
Prompt Service at forget Sunday School Sunday's topic at the Presby-

Reasonable Prices morning; at 10 0'I, evening Meads who has terian Church will be "The Truth 'SPRING CHAIRS
Let Me every Sunday Mrs. :Mamle e i PORCH GLIDERS 34.50 $6.95
Estimate Your Job clock and Church afterwards with I been quite ill. has many friends About Prayer" C. C Adams. pastor -

C. M. RITCH the Rev G. E McGauley. pastor I here who are glad to know that I says: "We think too little ---
a bo ut prayer be eanse we know too
she Is improving. little about'; it. Moat of the examples :

FUNERAL DIRECTOR C. L. store May is building erecting and a combination residence -- to be given in this serviceare JOHN H. DENMARKFURNITURE(

11f Many Year. Experience Makes It Po..lbte for 3Ie to Render on Main Street. I from peraonalknowledge The
I J JF
: SERVICE others are backed by credible: r'.t'
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS :Mn! H J Cribbs of Clearwater
I: COMPANY
: temimony The morning worship
MODERATE PRICES returned to her home this week I
with friends here and Is at 11 o'clock and Sunday ,
DWITT c. JONES after a visit J
I j: School at 10. _
at Theresaa.
Florid
Starke
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA -- FRIDAY, MARCH !3H I'm!

"-
LEVEL WANT ANOTHER JUDGE MERCHANTS HAVE
PINE

Mrs. II. M. McKae, Correspondent Bellealr-Justice Elwyn Thomasof Orlando r,,Jf', l'UOiIH'n' _

III FARMERS SECTIONNOTES LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA the Florida supreme court told planned to secure -.p.H) 'ball!i
'
.1 the state bar association that workof half of one per cent OI"
Mrs. Lillian McRae and daughter gs ,',
the court would be tax. ''1
speeded
up State
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Mrs. C. T. Jackson, and FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Merchant, A>
at least 30 cent if the number tlon leaders i
per placed ,,
children, Bobbie and Danny and r u ,to 'g
of justices should be increased at the '
of
Taylor Dixon all of Gainesvillewere top a slx-p, '?,,
FERTILIZER BOOSTS ANOTHER RADIO STATION RIGHTS ARK LIMITED from six to seven. The associa- adopted at a p/'nap(
dinner guests of Mr. and meeting 4e,
7I111t1 for HouseholdFor YIELD OF LESPEDEZA I tion In annual convention here ? 1b
,
to
: Ocala The communications program, be .
Mrs. H. M. McRae Tuesday. Tallahassee--The supreme court present, ,, :
ON UNPRODUCTIVE SOIL has affirmed a previous is on record as favoring the pro- legislature next IJJ I
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wolfmeyerand commission; > has ruled that a stockholder has month, eta, '
decision authorizing John T. posed increase in the number of ed for: Rigid ':'U\|<
all
to examine
of Gainesville no absolute right econolll'l
children were "
For flavor that will appeal to Gainesville Fla.-The lespedezas recent guests of Mr and Mrs. J. Alsop, Jr., to construct a radio the records of a company. Such justices and will assist circuit government. Transfer IIf, .11,, 'tat*
for "bring
have a reputation i of the state in fora
will judges working es, with the
station here. The station
homemakers may well R. Hall. I op- examinations, it said, cannot be exception Ilf Uh, ,
everyone ing back" land too poor to grow constitutional amendment on the line tax to 1100 kilocycles the
erate unlimited Ume on -
Here idle gene
to curiosity.
,use citrus Juices In baking. crops with profit or land that has Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Goodge and permitted satisfy proposal. fund. At least ? ''e\' nUt
this with 100 watts power. "The must have some a fly
are some suggestions along been abandoned because of low daughter, Doris spent Sunday inspection tion of all governmentZ1', '

line: fertility. Lespedeza, however, may with Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown at: .-- direct relation to seeker's interest' tal salaries. 1 ,*
RolU stockholder and must be fora PENSION FUND SHY Elimination
Quick of fertilizer FIRST CAR OF VEGETABLESPlant as a
be benefited by the use : Sampson City. useless all
Requirements: :2 cups flour 1-2 Extension City-The first solid car just and reasonable purpose," Tallahassee Confederate pensioners departments stnc; '
J. L. Smith,
says The W. M. S. of Pine Level position to ep
teaspoon baking soda, 3-4 cup I of mixed vegetables of the seasonto the court said in an opinion by may not receive full pay- any form ofale, tat
agronomist.
Church met at the home of Mrs.
l grapefruit Juice, 1-2 teaspoon salt, I roll out of Plant City were Chief Justice Glenn Terrell. ment on April 1. "I'm fearful, .- --- --
Mr. Smith points to experiments L. L. Conner Friday afternoon FIGURES
ON
soda 2 tablespoons that collections won't be sufficient INl.t.n.c.;
1-2 teaspoon shipped Tuesday of last week by I :
conducted by the U. S. Bureau of with twelve members present.
Tallahassee-Insurance
shortening, and melted butter. John S, Barnes, Inc. The carlot NO LET-UP IN DRIVE to make the payment, Comptroller .
Plant Industry, in which lespedezas Miss Vester McRae of Starke nles collected $54.454.0481T"!
J. M. Lee said. "We will makea
Sift and
cucumbers
I ; Sift, then measure flour. was made up of ( II'
+ planted on unproductive soil proS Saturday night and Sunday Tallahassee- Attorney General premiums. in 1939 from
4 I the soda and desperate effort to get the
with baking citienlp
r salt.again Cut or rub in shortening until duced greater yields of forage with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. pepper. George Couper Gibbs told county money. If we don't get it, we'll Florida it was announced i?
with fertilizer than without. On H M. McRae. officers Saturday "there must be State Treasurer W '
have to decide whether to make v
}
it is as fine as coarse corn fertile soils, however, or when GIVES FAIR 9500 no slackening or restraining of There were paid losses Knot
meal. Add enough fruit Juice to Mrs. Ruth Denmark was visit- reductions in payments or withhold last.'
grown !in rotation with crops that Sarasota-Sarasota County Com efforts" to stamp out illegal of $19,36 ,232.61. Year
PS make stiff dough. Turn out on Ing friends In Jacksonville Wednesday all payments until they can Knott slur!
'I a have been well fertilized, the use missioners contributed $500 to the gambling In Florida. Sheriffs, Insurance commissioner b
be made in full. The fund ,
floured board and knead for two pension laid
a of additional fertilizer with the Florida exhibit at the New York's state attorneys and county solici- life Insurance Ih&t
three minutes, then roll to 1-" Newman of Gum Branch has a 40053.84 balance and the premiums
p or lespedeza crop may not offset the Harley World Fair, which, added to a tors, the attorney general said, I nearly $2,000,000. The lumps
h inch thickness and cut with two- spent the week-end here with re next distribution will amount to prpD1lu
r expense.In previous donation, brought thecounty's I have given excellent cooperationin about volume for 1938 was
Foldin $50,000.
well floured. $2865758.
latives.
inch cutter Rowan County, N. C., Bureau total to 1000. The donation the campaign since Governor 79, while losses were

half, pressing edges firmly to- workers seeded Korean lespedeza Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and was made after Blain Mc- Cone launched it recently and 89. Fire Insurance $10,984913.

,f, gether. Place slightly apart on on poor land without fertilizer children attended the family reunion Grath, representing the fair com- made Gibbs the director. COLLECTOR SUSPENDED stock, mutual and competed "

t greased pan. Brush with melted treatment for 2 years. The plants I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. mittee, made an appeal for funds. ....._ Tallahassee Governor Cone wrote 112. ..74 ..1fcR;_._oo ?._foreign.__ ,
----- -- -- -- .
20minutf's
m, butter, cover and let stand reached a height of more than 2 i O. H. Wolfmeyer In Gainesville suspended Frank A Dougherty I with 14291325.59 for- compal'td
!in warm place. Bake in I STUDENTS PROTEST 1937 Lsa
Inches only where row crops had Sunday.O. from his office as Hendry Countytax es in 1938 were
OPPOSES SALES TAX $4,017,025
} hot oven for 10 minutes then Marianna-About 500 studentsof sin
been fertilized This collector for an alleged short
previously. R. Alvarez of Vanderbilt vra" companies received
:, Jacksonville The Florida Fed-
melted butter premium
brush again with Marianna School left their
growth was limited to a narrowband a business visitor to this section High age of funds. He acted on a report 10379810.12 and d
10 to 15 min eration of Labor, in annual convention had 1088es
and complete baking classrooms and paraded along .
y I right where the fertilizer Monday. from State Auditor W. M. 3456905.39 d
N i, utes. Brush with melted butter in here, voiced its oppositionto city streets carrying placards eaying Wainwright that ; mutuals $7713202,
Serve Immediately. was placed the previous year. Remember the services at Pine any form of sales tax being enacted return Dougherty owed and $142,650.59; and foreign!
more. would not until
once they the State $7,876.45 tae)
Most of
the lespedeza died when principally for
Level panics 1593208.51
Church this week-end. There
4 by the State Legislature. and
Ul7wg,,
Florida Corn Bread E. T. Denmark is retained as supervising automobile license J
about 2 inches tax collections
high. 31.
will also be services at Pine Level Delegates representing; all classesof
Requirements: 1 cup flour, 3-4 When the land was treated with principal. The school and did not have the on
money
on Monday and Tuesday night, workers in this state also declared -
't teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon lime and superphosphate there wasa trustees, meeting recently, did not hand to cover it. Wainwright also -
April 3rd and 4th. Preaching will to STOMACHE
restoration -
they were opposed ItELlEF
salt. 1 1-2 cups corn meal, 2 eggs, marked recommend reappointment of Den- said that
Increase in On Dougherty collected
growth.
be by Elder S. J. Apers of Gaines- of poll taxes as voting mark who has held the ---- -- Everyday. Deole--spabine.. _,"..
and 3 place --
1 1-2 grapefruit juice -
cups untreated plots Korean reached a '310.ZS!: or improper commissions. from ;

tablespoons shortening. height of 1 to 3 inches; with lime ville.We prerequisites. about nine years. The Parent- I Dougherty's case will come before the Rexall acid-Indigestion, c'w
are thankful for the much Drug Store
Teachers Association : founUm
? Sift, then measure the flour alone, 4 to 13 inches; and 9 to 17 had endorsed the State Senate meeting April 4. and ,
needed rain that fell in this section request-Blsma-Rex '
Sift again with baking soda, salt, I I Inches where lime and superphos APPEAL FINKS Denmark His suspension may be made per-

i, and corn meal. Combine well- phate were both applied. Kobe and the people are busy Panama City State Repre- manent or he may be reinstated. WHY

beaten eggs, grapefruit and melted and common lespedezaa' grew 4 to gathering their .strawberries. sentative J. Ed Stokes and A. M. CIRCUIT : RKTIRKAIKNT : :- The reason is clear. Peon

shortening. Add liquid to ingredi- 6 Inches on untreated plots, 9 to VANDERBILT Williams, business man, are free CUCUMBERS SHIPPED have found that Bisma-Rex s."

ents, stirring until smooth. Turn 11 Inches with superphosphate, 6 pending an appeal from 30-day bill Bushnell-All last week cucumbers lieves distress of acid-indlge

into a well greased" pan, 8x8 pref to Inches with lime, and 8 to 16 Miss Velma Norman, Cor. j jR. jail sentences imposed for contempt vide Tampa-A for the retirement proposed of Circuit to pro- have been going to market in In record time. It's swift four-

25 Inches with both of court. They were sentenced carlots from way action affords the most
ys erably. Bake in hot oven to lime and super- Court judges will be submitted to Sumter County fieldsat e.
30 minutes. phosphate. From 1 to 3 tons of Y. P. U. Social and fined $100 each by Circuit ; the session of the prices ranging from $3.85 for fectlve, thorough, and benefltllut
B. Y. P. U. members of Water approaching treatment
If you want a bread that will lime per acre, and 500 pounds of Judge Ira A. Hutchinson legislature; according to word received fancies at the State Farmers possible.If .
Oak Church gathered with
i superphosphate per acre was the many when a grand Jury presentment Market on Monday, to $3.30 you are subject to everyfo
$ stay moist for several days try here from various sections' on
outsiders at the residence of H. digestive
rate of application. charged them with attempting to Friday. From all of the disturbances due too
the orange bread given below. It of the state. It is understood packing
L. Norman for social
't Sericea showed the same trendin a Thursday bribe the foreman.SINNERS houses In the county it !is cess-acid use Bisma-Rex, M
thin estimated
to slice
; !is firm enough paper night, March 23. The that the bill, in its present form, -
young experience relief
people
and
the thick growth with fertilization. It that about 20 cars have comfort yet
<
r for sandwiches yet gathered outside and played would call for circuit judges to be gone I had almost
n slices make tempting toast. Its reached a height of 26 Inches while the older folks VJo NEW: TRICK retired at 60 or 65 years of age, to market. Peak of the shipping forgotten.
games were
'.' delicate flavor adapts Itself to a with superphosphate, 20 to 30 enjoying themselves by telling Bradenton-The arrest by Fed provided they have served for at should be reached In about two Store Only your local Rexall Dra&&

rti" ,variety of sandwich fillings inches with lime, and 30 to 40 jokes and were busy with the pro- eral agents of a 15-year-old Brad- least fifteen years. Twenty yearsof weeks with favorable weather, but Starke, Carpenter's sells genuine Drug Blsma-Rex Store k

Inches with both lime and super- enton of work- service growers report considerable rust
Orange Bread cess of cooking After youth on a charge would call for retire-

'' Requirements: 2 cups flour, 1 phosphate, compared with 16 some time everyone supper.was called to ing in a liquor still brought to ment regardless of age. The rate and weather too cool and dry.

I teaspoon soda, 3-4 teaspoon salt, Inches on untreated plots. supper, where chicken plleau, light today a new stunt employedby of pay after retirement, as sug- Strawberry shipments have been I. NEW cusTounns FLORID

a 1-2 cup sugar, 1 egg, well-beaten, pickles, bread and cake were serv- moonshlners to evade the law: gested in the provisional bill, light reached for the week, but prices Let POWER a lorml man A LIGHT who sedated COl

3-4 cup strained orange Juice, 2 SOME ACREAGE TO BE ed. Then everyone returned home hiring boys to run the stills because would be two-thirds of the regu- top of 13 1-4 cents a pint yon ID obtalalnv Kleerrla m.vice .

tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon HIGHER, OTHERS LOWER reporting a good time the Government is expectedto lar salary. here on Friday. Reasonable do roar ,home Depeadiblt whist.

grated orange rind, 1-" teaspoon be lenient with them if appre + Service

rf b. grated lemon rind, and 1-4 Orlando, Fla. Acreage In- Milton Norman of this sectionis hended. WANT MORE IMA Til SMOKE: CAUSES DEATH O. J. PHILLIPS. LawterMR.
1 l creases for 1939 with three Flor visiting his grandparents. Mr. Miami-In a cloud of smoke
melted
cup shortening. and Mrs. J. :M. Rosier of Wood- Orlando -- Florida high schoolsare from
ida field muckland
are indicated i in fires
1 Sift and measure flour. Sift crops CRASH BRINGS PRISON TERM Charles "

t, :' % again with baking soda, salt, and reports received by the United. lawn.A. Miami-Clifford Jackson Taylorwas graduating students withouteven Phillips 22-year-old dairy worker

sugar. Combine well-beaten eggs, States Department of Agricul large number of folks from sentenced to 10 years in pri- a fundamental knowledge of stumbled into a canal and was FARMER
ture's crop reporting economists this section attended the singing mathematics, Prof J H. Clouse of drowned. His body was
orange juice, lemon juice, grated son on a manslaughter charge as recovered
,' rind and melted shortening. Addto here. They base their estimateson convention at Lake City Sunday. a result of an automobile accidenton the University of Miami and Dean several hours later. He was driv- There will be a tremendos< I

r 1, dry Ingredients, stirring until 1 reports from farmers of intentions J. M. Rosier and grandson, Jim- the Miami Beach causeway Joseph Well of the University of ing a herd of cows from pasture demand for flues this year. Put I

t to plant.Principal mlo Lee of Woodlawn, were visit- Florida told the State EngineerIng when other workers who order In with IillIaII
''eG ; well mixed. Turn Into a small February 11 In which Miguel were on- your now a

q bread tin, lined with greased wax acreage boost will oc ing Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Normanof Montes, Cuban jal alai player, was Society. Professor Clouse asserted ly 100 feet away but could not see deposit.Our .

4 paper. Cover and let stand 20; cur with tobacco, the economists Vanderbilt Sunday afternoon. killed and his wife severely burn- that not only are mathematics him in the smoke, heard a spash
not being taught in grade and at the flues are elded. Thpjl)
say. Flue-cured is to canal and
expected
I Mrs. ) found he
minutes Bake in moderate oven Amanda Silcox of Starke had
n letta. high schools but that will not come apart under tlx j
15 colleges disappeared.
t one hour. jump percent to 18,400 acres Is spending' a few days with her A county patrol

I'g' Likewise, orange loaf cake Is deliciously from 16,000 last year. ladles daughter, Mrs. Russell Norman. lice to give him a night's lodgingin throughout out teachers the country are sendIng squad was called to drag for his severest heat.
tions point to a 38 percent increase unable to teach body. The effect of
tender with a delightful the jail. the smoky
Mrs. A. A. Edwards and child- the subject. "It is Our Flues Don't Coat
in nun tobacco, from 800 to deplorable that fires also has been felt at
i crumb and rich brown
yellow a Tropical
ren of Brooker Mr. -
were visiting in treBetter
a machine Any More And They
1.100 acres The sha.de tobacco is STOP age such as ours Park race track
I WOULD RACKET which
; crust. The cake may be made in and Mrs. F. M. Norman Saturday schools should be is near
two, eight-Inch layers. expected: to remain about the afternoon. Tallahassee--Determined to puta neglecting a the Everglades. Smoke has beenso
same, 2,400 acres. to the subject which is the basis of all thick recently Support Your Home Imlustri i
Orange Louf Cuke I Mrs. W. H. Lee of Okeechobeewas atop "Salary Buying" sciences" he declared that clockers
Requirements: 2 cups pastry Peanut acreage is expected to visiting her sister Mrs. H. L. practice which Is alledged to have that and said have been unable to time the

+ Hour, 1-2 teaspoon baking soda, be increased 8 percent to 143,000 Norman, Thursday night. reached the proportions of a "rack- high poor schools teaching is in grade and horses in their early morning SEEGEORGE

L 1-4 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, 1-3 cup acres. Tame hay also is expected Misses' Iris and Irene Sapp of et" in this state, civic leaders and distaste for responsible for a workouts. The haze has lifted WARGO

butter, 1 cup sugar, 3-4 cup strained to go up 3 I percent to 104,000 Vanderbilt were visiting Miss prominent attorneys plan to push belief that it mathematics and a later in the day, however, and

i r orange juice, and grated rind acres. Anetta Wainwright of Hellbronn legislation of "regulation" and "of requires special ability patrons have had no difficulty LIVE OAK, FLA.

of 1 orange. Other field crops are expectedto Sunday. control" for the protection of both I seeing the races in the afternoon.

C?' d Sift and measure flour. Sift run about the same acreage as Miss Velma Norman of Vanderbilt the employee and the employer. -

5i three times with baking soda and last year. These include corn was Visiting Miss Allie Mae Cases on record show where Interest -

salt. Cream butter until light 805,000 acres, oats 9,000, potatoes Andrews of Ralfofd Monday aft- on small loans, as high as 300

and lemon colored. Add sugar (mostly already harvested) 29- ernoon. percent have been collected.

000 acres, and cowpeas 25,000 .


P DRINK MORE acres.A reduction of 5 percent to 19- BOATDRAIN. Miami NIGHT-Sheriff SPOTS D.RAIDED C. Coleman; F a rIDs For SaleThe

MILK 000 acres Is anticipated with Mrs. Z. Z. Onus, Cor. and deputies' squads raided two

sweet potatoes night clubs and arrested ten men
Mrs. Joe Griffis and children of
and three women on charges of
Clay County were visiting Mr. and
indecent and the of
gradually, beating after each ad Mrs. S. F. Griffin Sunday.Mr. exposure use

y ft dition. Slowly add eggs which and Mrs. D. Boree and obscene language in a public place. Federal Land Bank is offering for quick sale several farm
art have been beaten until they are All were released under $250 bond ,
children
and Miss Irene Boree of
+ each after spending from one to properties in
Bradford
almost stiff
as as whipped cream.
Jacksonville County at a real
Add rind. add spent Sunday with relatives three hours !in jail. Coleman, who bargain and on very

: And Drink dry ingredients orange and Alternately orange juice, here.Harvey has made a personal tour of nightspots easy terms, as follows :
Gainey returned
before the raids, said Indecent
smooth'after
beating until each
The Best home alter
being In Miami for
addition. Turn into a greased I some time. shows would be halted.

FROM paper-lined loaf pan. Bake about I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Griffis WOULD EXCLUDE. WOMEN 40 acres, known as the Mrs. Anna Baxter Farm
CO minutes In loaf pan or 20 to located 7 miles
I were guests Sunday of Mrs. Griffis'
PETERSON'SDAIRY 25 minutes !If cakes Eustis The Florida Women'sChristian Northwest
rr layers or cup from Starke
with
are made. When cool ice with i Dixon parents of Mr. and Mrs. Math Temperance Union fav- approximately 30 acres cleared.

coconut Lawtey. ors passage of a law prohibiting (fair improvements This
orange frosting. I Joe ) farm is suitable
Griffis, Jr., of Jacksonville women from engaging In the for strawberries,

visited k-end.relatives here over thew liquor business in Florida. Mrs. and any other general crops grown in this section.

L II Etta V. Mendenhall of Tampa
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Mrs. J. B. Russ and sons, Char state president, told the Lake and

Full line of Caskets A: Undertakers Supplies ley and Russell and Mrs. M. E. Sumter county district convention 80 acres known
t AMBULANCE SERVICE Prescott and children, all of Lake last week that twice as. many as the W. D. McKinney Farm, located 5 miles

DAY AND NIGHT Butler, were guests of Mr. and women as men were operating West from Lawtey with

c 53PHONE----BS Mrs. W. E. Green last Sunday. liquor and beer establishments lathe approximately 20 acres that could be

# G. BENNETT.. Mjrr.MA Mrs. E. E. Lee and children of state. easily put into cultivation.
This farm
HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"THE Bethel were visiting her daughter. has no improvements,

Ma. Arch Prevatt., Sunday.BETHEL MAKE WAY FOR LEGIS but it does have a quantity of young pine timber.

LATIONTallahaaseeeFour
.y
state and

t WORLD'S GOOD NEWS 1\11S. Susie GUxson, Cor. several federal departments have. 50 acres, known as the Ernest M. Futch Farm

will come to your home every day through moved out of their officers In the located Ite miles

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I Mrs. Elbert Bowers !is Improving capitol to make room for the legis Southwest from Lawtey, with approximately 18 cleared

I : after being ill for several lature. The state auditing de acres ,
An International Daily Ntuttpap One 2 room
dwelling.
weeks (Electricity is
partment has moved Into the Capitol Available
q It record to*roe the world'*ele.n. eonitractlv dolnc. Th. Monitor ).
toM not exploit crime or ......'Ion; nrlthn dora It Ifnor them D. D. Woodard, Miss R. V. Al- quare building. The game
', bet dl cornetlraly with them Pmtunt for busy men MMl all .... len, and Miss Emma Allen were and fresh water fish commissionand
...
.
totally, UuUudlnc UM Weekly .u1II. BratUm.Th
... dinner guests Sunday of Urs. the state barber Look these farms
---------------------------------------------------------- control board over, and then if
interested
CbrUtlan Selene Publbhln SooUtT Evle Johnson of Starke. have transferred their headquarters write C. A.

W Plej On. enter Norw mv, Street ubiorlptioD Boitton.to MiuiMhtuett Th. ChrtHtlan Sclnc Monitor toy Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gllsson and to the Western Union building Wilson, Salesman for the Bank, Hotel White
House
Gaines-
a period of children were visiting Mr. and I and the hotel commission had ,
1 i ;**r 113 M I month. M BO S month IS 00 month II (MWdiMdj ville Florida for price and
lu, Inelnduig Uuln Bcillon; I tea U.W.I IMUM 15* Mrs. C. B. Johns at Klngsley! Lake moved to the Centennial building. terms.PAGE .

Sunday afternoon.A Several WPA
$.m. --------_________ ....u. ________ow ow organizations, in-
large number of friends enjoyed cluding district headquarters of

Y. I'I'l addrw _------- -- ----- -------.------- the pound party given last the state archives survey, have
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l ;;;,;;; ;. ; ;
Friday night at the home of )dr.I moved to the department of agriculture -

: I and Mr*. Frank Coleman. building.


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,\, financing. New Testament there ;ts not a as the principal; ; cause of-

THE PERISCOPEBy Denouncement of Severn I major I single one that could be construed deaths occurring in Florida's ;ark

Items In the report of the ro mean a building The Greek I''
) budget! : T The official report Is for the F
W. HARTLEY ) word. "ekklesla" translatedchurch. I
commission.
urc '
HOWARD, I first
trJof t .- 11 months of 1938 and the '
..tiff Correspondent Florida Definite pledge to veto a "sales' means those who are total deaths from heart diseases air A

ipti News Service tax In any form.Recommendation. fiilled-out. So the church Is really is placed at 3.861 an increase of

for the establishment any body of people who have
.. 272 over the same period the>
ullInIllJIInIruullu! been called-out of the world to
''fttr of a state tax commission preceeding year. Heart disease Is

tiltlea I on Spot or some slmlllar body to( over- BAPTIST serve the living; and true God followed .
t, I I'at I METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL, CHRISTIAN closely by cancer (all s.
11 one otan!! d.8 haul the present ad valorem sys- n.-\ A'pE. Llgrhtfoot Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Terkes, Jr. Rev W. T. McGuIre Worldly persons can hardly be forms), which showed a decreaseof

ail Wags Dog tem and bring about uniform assessments Thomas, Pastor Rev. Dr. Rice andRev. RectorSunday Pastor classed in this category. How 88 deaths, from 1,476 In the 11-
Economy; A.l Supt. E. K. Perryman, Dr. Adam School Supt. Sunday School Supt. those who
price
t ba& In all counties. SchoolSunday Oen Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Sa.. Mrs' Ira Wllnoii can are regenerated by I month period of 1937 to 1,388 for
over I General recommendations School of Church Sctiool Orcan.stMrs. Sunday School the Blood of Christ be entangledIn
tati Miami's- victory to 9.45 Mrs E. M. Davis the same period In 1938.
by : A. M.
I Church James. : o'clock
Inspired School CarlisleServices 10
amusements and worldly
& Light Com- tighten the laws against Morning; Service Church School Supt. worldly -
Florida power gambling, 10 A. M. Worship Service Pneumonia (all forms) showeda
am.QOQ.. he the policies of the nation- I carrying with it certain veto of 11. A.Training U. Morning Worship Roy MathewsBaDtht Sunday School, Every 2nd Sunday organizations. A group who decrease of 38, from 1.082 for "
; Service 11 A. M. Church School 10 A. M. 11 o'rlock a. m. gather on other basis than
'akjut. aIIYdlllJllstraUon with reference bills to legalize casinos bookies, I'nton, 8.U: H. M. EveningWocahlp 1 1 A. M. 1S0: 0 p. m.Prayer any the 11-month period of 1937 to 1-
I I'I'I Evening Service, Sunday. __ 11 A. M. full surrender to God should be
in the southern or to bring back slot machines. Service 7SO: P. M. Morning WorsMp MeetingWednesday 044 for the of 1938. Tuberculosis
power period -
7:30 P.
: M. _
___
cheap YoungPeople's' Fridays 7SO: P. M. Night
,. a have Prayer 11 A. M. called a club rather then a church.All .
several legislators Meeting League Meetings. Holy Day.10 A. M. 7:30 o'clock (all forma) showed an In-
cause the Speaker Designate PierceWood's Wednesday, 7:30: P.M. 6:80: P. M. those who profess to be
HIop. latfet" bill that may Pianist crease of 16 deaths for the 11-
Prayer Meeting- MIN. ALLIANCE Christians ought to study the
I,. utilities many a headache committees are busy as Mrs. Mona Canova Wednesday, 7:10: P.M. President month period of 1938 over 1937,
ublll Choir Director :MISSION HALL Scripture and find out exactly
I the coming session beavers collecting all sorts of John ir. Powell Mr.. F. H. Long, GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev. Frank the 1937 figures being 880 against
uring what
God
facts and figures about the tax Chairman Organist. and Choir Robtnaon requires of them.
measures bobbed Sponsor: by 896 for the same period of 1938.
R First of these situation, school financing and Board of Deacon. Director Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. Vice President When Christ returns for Ills
series of legal advertlse- J. F. Klckllter Mrs. E. K. Perryman J. T. Quigley The Rev. Leslie Automobile accident deaths decreased
apt.b p In a appearing' in the Florida miscellaneous other major itemson Chairman Assistant Organist J. T. QulgleyBible Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasure church, as lie may soon do He from 630 for the first 11-
tent the legislative docket. Board of Trustees T. T. Long Assistant Study eachTuesday each Friday I will not )
in Tampa last Thus evening. carry all the church months of 1937 to :S81 for the
Irof Advocate .
L. Choir .
.. bor and the Items were over- far the Senate has taken no part : O. Powell Director evening7:30:n __ ______7JO o'clock _The Rev.__ Fred Y rkes .uuiiuiugs........__ with. F lint but the iIVing, eame pe rind of 1938! !' a reduction

'eek local dallies. Senor in the proceedings and you may ,! t"49. Puerperal; (maternity)
oayei, iokeil, b both MISSION II.LI.N)) believers Christiana do not go
Whitaker is the author have wondered why. Services Planned I deaths Increased by 2,2, from 179
Pat TABERNACLKHarold : to church the church.All .
It tot measures which are aimed Although the House of Lords BOB JONES For Holy Week ; they are for the first 11 months of 1937 to
oh t the contains veterans these truths attest the realityof
the Tampa Electric more than the 201 for the same period of 1938.;
rectly at I -- T. O. Jones of New York
tlui [ lower division and in spite of the Comments On Here A flower-laden chancel and a the abiding Christ in the heart, The table of leading causes of ,
ompany fact and Tampa brought a fine lecture -
Ipid that several Senators
are certain auditorium welcomed of the for the 11-month
list was a bill cre- bright wor- t born-again one. mortality periodof
Jut j Heading the to have well-defined tax pro- And Hereafter"The on, "The Church-Its Mission 1938 1
Ling municipal utility board, shipers in the First Methodist 1937 and from January
Lien a be clothed with au- grams up their sleeves, this com- Church Sunday morning. Organ and Destiny" last Tuesday nightat TABERNACLKLast : to November 30 Inclusive, follows;
HI.ock. would mentator hazards the opinion that the Mission Hall. He Illustrated -
which added to there
iiorlty to fix and enforce electric sea is His and He madeIt music the atmos- Friday night was an Cause 1938 1937
the session! will find the House of his lecture with some well- Bible at the '
phere worship was played by inspirational study
and power rates in Tampa. ; and His hands formed the dry Heart" disease 3.861 3,582
7.ire Jght' a measure declaring taking the lead and the Senate land." The Psalmist said that. Mrs. F. H. Long, and the pastor chosen stereoptlcan plctu res. Tabernacle The meeting was In Cancer 1,388 1,476

econd was franchise null and sitting quietly awaiting the pro- Bible the Rev. Frank Robinson delivered There was also a special SOli Irendert'd charge of the local Gospel team. Pneumonia 1,044 1,227
ua foe utility's That is what the teaches.He Miss Johnson.
ducts of Wood's by Gladys
would Speaker pre-lJts-1! the sermon on "The Steadfast Next Friday night March 31, Tuberculosis 896 880
' Lid and the others give Is the Creator God. We are M.)
- She the right to examine theompany'5 sion surveys. His creatures. He made us. We Life" During the course of his Gospel awards were given to there will be a HymnoloRlst In Auto accidents 681 630 ;
city Such a situation would estab- remarks the pastor refreshed!' the those who had recited the required -
charge of the service. He will Syphilis 376 464
books. belong to Him just as does the sea I'
+ a [
lish a precedent Usually it Is the of the of the number of memorized Scrip
If Information memory worshipers bring Interesting history and Information Puerperal state 201 179
'025on, j Before the session ends. and the land. "What know ye not
reaching your commen- other was around. But you can that your bodies are the templesof great strength of character of ture. Mrs. E. Thomquest was given concerning the writingof Malaria ISO 195: h

bill will bet your vest buttons that the Sen- Jesus, citing his steadfastness of a Bible as a birthday present. many of the favorite hymns. Pellagra 95: 99 ,
69" Ltor is correct, a be introduced the Holy Ghost? cried the
ate will have the last word and Next Tuesday night the sixth "
his memorable
purpose on journeyto He Is 30 48
also Don'tmiss
to give Tampa consumerse Apostle. Our hand and feet and a gospel Mngtr. Diptherla ?
we forecast most of the Important Jerusalem and how anniversary of the Mission Hall i
,
showing this treat.Remember The total number of deaths from
to decide by their ballots and faculty of our being -
right bills will be decided in eyes every will be observed. There will be a
con- Jesus would not be turned aside all causes for the first 11 months
next September whether they belongs to Him by the rightof the Anniversary
ference committees.The from his self chosen task of world special program of music and reci- '
of 1938 was 18,744, a decrease of A'TO,
.He! want to buy the electric comny'a creation and also by the rightof meeting at the Mission Hall Tues-
redemption even realizing that to tation given by the young peopleof 152: from 18,896 for the same period r
holdings or build a plant of redemption. After Satan took day night April 4th.
to the Hall. Plan to attend this
legislative pendulum Is go on meant the cross. Mr. Robinson of 1937. u
ibelr own.Now over the property to which he had -
4111 swinging towards economy. Tax- also noted that to thus follow anniversary meeting. In releasing these figures the
no right or title. God sent His Heart Disease Causes
payers associations are puttingthe Jesus would Mr. Jones in his talk
today
require a pointed Florida State Board of Health explains +
this is big news not onlyn Son, our Lord and Saviour Jesus ,
Tampa but all*over the state pressure on Senators and Rep- I Christ to buy us back with His great strength of character on the out a very significant fact. People Most Florida Deaths that they are based on reports '

presentatlves and the tax boost part of the followers and that it usually speak of the building In made to recorders of local
IkK hand to God
ecause It is Indicative of a legislative blood. Let us over
K.la trend. Senator Whitaker recommended by the budget com- I to keep for all time His own would entail great risks on their which they worship as the church. Figures just released from the vital statistics by attending physicians +

. mission has merely thrown fat on part. In closing he said, quoting This la largely due to custom. The: Bureau of Vital Statistics at the ), undertakers and coroners.
and
be a candidate for governor created blood-bought prop-
'Ut ay the fire. from the sermon of a great truth is that the people them- Florida State Board of Health .
and brand this bill as cam- erty. "I beseech you, therefore, ,
8in many But there is a danger that the preacher of a few years ago that selves, If they are regenerated, headquarters by Dr Edward M. Typewriter ribbons and carbon
mercies of God that
thunder. Nevertheless the by the ye pre-
ign economy ax 'may cut too deep. "Jesus Christ did not come into are the church. In thinking over L'Engle. director, show that heart paper at the Bradford County Tel.
bodies living sacrifice I
jfact remains that the fiery Tam sent your a
Departmental consolidations the world to make life easy, he the reference to the church In the disease In Its various forma still egraph. i.
a keen political I wholly and acceptable unto
pan )possesses Nevertheless .
% suggested on every hand. came to make men great; and -
tens* and keeps his finger pressled God, which Is your reasonable
e the actual dollars and the challenge of Jesus rested to-
close to the public pulse.All service." What right have we to fJ!
,
IKym '' cents savings in most cases Is day upon the shoulders of the
of Whitaker's bills are "loc- keep back anything from Him? I
trivial in comparison with the loss people of the world that we too
HS'! and will be passed by the up- "Ye are not your own, ye are
In efficiency and service to the might set our faces steadfastly to-
Jer division under the Ironclad bought with a price;" and Oh! Clearan
public. The cause of conserva- ward a worthwhile goal In life El1ployes' e
rnfc ule of senatorial courtesy. It is what a price "even the precious !
tion should not be hamstrung by and allow nothing to turn us away
fci of Jesus.
[nconceivable that the Hllls- blood I
foolhardy consolidations. Manyof from the attainment of it.
orough delegation In the House "Be not forgetful to entertain I
these governmental services are The evening service was splendidly -
i -v ill fight the senator's "pets" and strangers; for thereby some have
worthwhile and serve a useful assisted by members of the
i [his means the coming summer In I entertained angels unawares."
purpose. Sober thought Is need- Intermediate department. The

d Tampa will be exceedingly hot. ed and care should be taken that. When I was a boy we gave great members as a whole beautifullysang Everything Cut Everything Must Go ,

In pruning the dead limbs, the emphasis to Christian hospitality. "Are Ye Able ?" while others SALE

Assuming the Tampa utility bill tree itself is not killed. Our home was open to visitors regardless took Individual parts, VirginiaSewt'll
Ones law, it is logical to fore- of whether they were
conducted the
worship To The Bone No Items Held Back
ast what other legislators will attempt NEW RIVER Christians or not. Ragged ped- service calling upon the following -

to do for nxunlclpalties within dlers with bundles on their bucks to take part; Elsie Green in the

their own districts. Unless all Airs. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent' were invited to spend the nightIn I call to Worship Garnita Hutto
;
'
(igns fail public utility rate regulation our home and we felt Insulted -' 1
In a poem "I Want to Let Go; CONTINUED TO APRIL 15 :
will become a legislative Services will be held at the | If they offered to pay for their Virginia Anderson for the evening

ad and such a development New River Baptist Church on room and meals We lived on a
In
prayer; Shirley Colley a
e ,doubtless Sunday, April 9 at 11 a. m. and [ poem
[ would find the utilities farm. We usually had "plenty to "
d :!lama ring for a state commission. 7 p. m., with the Rev. H. M. TllI- eat." Those were great days but "The Living Presence; the offer- Mr. Denmark gave us orders! to sell und clean out our store to make room for new

d (Until this year, most of the man of Jacksonville In charge. they seem to have gone; In our Comer tory prayer by Leonard and Mike Smith Dew; shipments.! Thousands of dollars worth of new merchandise just! received to go on r
ferryman _.
.I.t .r CI..w .L. 0..1 .1 nI
and Deaden choirs h A I' d CI J II It R
utilities shuddered at the The Corinth modern America. Most of us ure t o IJIIJU cur o are ewe' 0"'" "'s. II'sII "'-II nom ant 1 .'11111110 r Illrm i'ur-
very received the offering and Patsy
thought of a state board to fixates will meet at :5 I p. m. and have a I too busy to be hospitable, but Keen read the Scripture; u Crow niture! Studio Couches Living$ Room Suits\ !, Rugs Radios, Lamps!! and Tables of all

7s and otherwise supervise electric song service. Everyone Is cordi- there Is still room for Christian Indian's version of the Twenty- designs! Come early and help your favorite salesman to make his", quota. Regardless -

light and gas companies. But ally invited to attend and take courtesy and for friendliness of third Psalm. Mrs. E. K. Perry- of money the goods", must!' go. We will make convenient terms.

|if many cities, through legislative part in the services. heart on the part of Christians. man played "Ava Maria" and

[enactment, set up local rate-mak- Miss Ida Mae Andrews returned There Is something very gentle "The Roxary" on the organ, und FHKK DINNER SET ,\ fe

ing boards you will find the to her home in Lake Butler about Christianity. Mr. Drum- WOOD RANGES IH
utiliTies I the pastor addressed the congregation ': KVC.! WITH KACII ND$49e5O
after a week
spending
Saturday this "If
like ,
preferring one hoard to doz- mond said something on the subject "God's Ten-

n 'ns and. by the same process of here with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. 'I a man is a Christian, he will be a der Care." '

Nooning, it Is likely a state utl- Crosby. :I gentleman." That Is true. The most Next Sunday morning begins m'Ii '

.ltlp, commission bill for theIrs Among (those who attended the 'I refined people I have ever known Holy Week ( April 2) which will be I : II I ; ; y 1J ] THIS BEAUTIFUL ;

.
timE Georgla.FlorldaAlabama Singing
in history, would not en- I were Christian people. They may appropriately observed through
Kounter much Convention I last Sundaywere I'I not know how to hold their knives =
opposition from the each day of the week (with the
i iI iI iI iI ii ij>'-orporatlons.. : Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wiggins when they eat. They may not exception of Saturday) culminating IUIihIN;,, BEDROOM SUITIn
I
Mrs. J. L., Johns Misses of dress
1 know the latest methods on Easter Sunday with special

Governor Cone has gone into Betty and Doris Crosby, Miss and they may use poor Kngllah services. Sunday morning the Matched Walnut

seclusion to work on his message Melva Moody Chester Moody but Christians real Christians are pastor will preach using as his
i +
1
U o the Legislature. Just what this Guy Parrish and Lester McCul- always ladies and gentlemen. subject. "The Triumphant Entry: Veneer

Important document will contain. I lough. I There is nothing uncouth about ) Sunday evening the Rev Dr C .e rat ,

L I 'a matter t opinion because- the- Miss Bonnie Turner has accepted Christianity We need to teach C. Adams of the First Presbyter j I 3 Large Pieces k kY
'Ove"lIor I Cafe at the w ta "
IRn.t talking But here's a position In Bryant's again the American youth Ian Church will preach on the subject :

'ur guess Starke, and we wish her much lessons of Christian courtesy and "Seeing Jesus" on Monday I

Relte"aUon" or his stand on the I success In her new work.UROOKER. Christian hospitality as our fathers evening the Rev. Fred Yerken, I

---- I --. and mothers taught their renter of Saint Mark's Episcopal J1Y s1 $49.50

I children. Church will preach; Tuesday evening -

BUSINESS I :Mrs. L. L. Parker Correspondent I II ---- eSUNRISE the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Chap- ,- h'iihlj't t- week

I II' ; SERVICE: lain at the State Farm; Wednesday lIIII ;' $1.00 per

DIRECTORYThe I Contest ProfitableThe ;: The 6:30: a. m. aster service in evening the Rev. Mr. Hazzard,

P.-T. A. Is $128.00 better I the Presbyterian Church with all retired M. E. Minister; Thursday

I' off this week than last week. churches and pastors cooperating evening the pastor, the Rev. I Capacity Week )

That is the amount received from Is a pleasant custom which is to Frank Robinson, will administerthe BROOMSsS 19c I Ice I Boxes 50 Ih. $1.00

I the Baby Contest and cake walks, be observed this year again. Fuller Sacrament of the Lord's Supper -

I with little Jacquelyn Berry as! announcement of plans for this. with the full ritual assisted by

The drink I winner of the cup. and Jo Ella geivlce will be made next week. the Choir with Choral responses; I COTTON 'r: I Table Bridge

She was I -- -. and Good the Mattresses HtSfJiJI.i, LAMPS and Floor $6,9 '
I that Berry as her sponsor.- ---- on Friday evening ,: ) r0 Pound ..:. ... .
I - -- ----- +
presented with a lovely pocket- LUSH IUCW( t.: CHRISTIAN Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot pastor of T :'''f '

i everybodyknows I book for which she expressed) her The Rev. VV T. McGuIre will the First Baptist Church will deliver .1

thanks. The P.-T. A. takes this fill his regular appointment at the the sermon. A COMPLETE BED OUTFIT46.95 VALUE

I opportunity to thank all the spon- Long Bridge Christian Church These services are sponsored by 75 '

sors for their part in this contest. Saturday night at 7:30: o'clock, the Starke Ministerial Allianceand Platform Top Coil Springs, With Inner Spring $2 7 ,c

I 5ctnOT. Kffie Hargraves was on the Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and It Is hoped that members and Mattress and Beautiful Bed in Walnut \? ;

honor roll in the Junior Department Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock.lfAMPTON friends of each of the churcheswill

! i ...m during the past quarter. EloIse : .-.-- come and worship at each of : With Your Old Outfit t

I ( Gainey and Francis Berry were these services. All evening services ,
II
I CO. will at '30 '
begin promptly i
on in the primary department. Miss ,\d.1 Mmnio Correspondent fix!) !h12
, I I Truby and Lubedla Pin holster o'clock. May we all come together -j' LINOLEUM I RUGS $2.99 $5.95

WE ARE spent Sunday In Lake City at the Mitts Miriam Guy, who U at- for these services and worship

! PRESCRIPTION ringing convention, and both en- tending college In Tallahasseewas during thin Holy Week, laying

EXPERTS Joyed it very much. a recent guest of her parents, aside any thought of denominational u. C. A. ALL MODKLH; NOW ON DISPLAY ,. '
and and .. 0:11.--.
Crews activities together wor- &
S.
P.
CARPENTER'S Mr. and Mrs. the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy. Week .'
will be glad to know R. Robinson, shiping the God and Father of us
Friends The Rev. C. pas- $1.00
The Rexall Store I that Mrs. George Hazen Is im- tor of the Baptist Church here all. RADIOS I :Host :\ -*

proving since last week and we filled his regular appointment at --
I PLUMBING PKKSHVTKKIAJV: ( JIUCCII .N
recovery.Don't
and
all\ wish her a speedy Melrose last Sunday morning
Prompt Service at Sunday School Sunday's topic at the Presbyterian -

Let Reasonable Prices every Sunday forget morning at 10 o'- evening.Mrs. Mamie Meads, who has I Church"will be "The Truth PORCH GLIDERS 34.50 I SPRING CHAIRS $6.95
Me ,
Estimate Your Job clock and Church afterwards with been quite ill has many friends About Prayer C. C. Adams pastor ,I
,, C. pastor. says: "We think too little'
M. McGauley know that I
RITCH : the Rev. G. E. here who are glad to ,
because know too
I : bout prayer we
( i-= n she 1 Is improving. little about it. :Most of the examples .I
I L. May is erecting a combi-
FUNERAL DIRECTOR nation C. store building and resid- to be given In this serviceare JOHN H. DENMARKFURNITURE

'jr Many Year Experience M.ke. It Possible for Me to Bender ence on Main Street. from prsonalknowledge. The J JI)1
credible
SERVICE others are backed by
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS Mrs. H. J. Crlbbs of Clearwater COMPANY

MODERATE PRICES returned!' to her home this week ,i testimony" The morning worship ,
after a visit with friends here and i Is at 11 o'clock, and /
DeWITT C. JONES I I School at 10. _
SUrke Florid at Theressa.!'

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH ., .,
_. . = ', tTAKE
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r 1 no collateral, no co-signers. Youdon't Construction Drawings, together cd by tiTttfl.Me i, NOH. 99, U6. and -
Bradford County TelegraphPublished : with all nc-i---HRry funns. and other 11.1 of 1IIt7, 1932 and 1935! respectively -.;.
a |I have to have ANY security. dooumentH fur bidder. may be obtained and r"pr.nt unpaid taxes LIFEGUARDS
TOO LATE 1 If YQIIARia EMPLOYED A from the Owner, or from the elusivte to 1939 both, In-
'- -- l Own..r'a Engineer, A. P. Michaels, amounting to $57.42.
> Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TO CLASSIFY SALARY YQU ARE P LIGIBLE.But at the latter' office at No. 202 ALSO: Lot 15 East Lawtey. DANGER
I have no fear employerwill Church and Main Building1 Orlando .. euro
Florida your The taxes to b Hold are evidencedby ,
Starke
Matter at the Po-t Office at not be informed. Everything Florida upon payment of $5.00, or certificate No. 2U of 193. and
nr RUS ELL KAY may be examined either at the office represent unpaid taxes for the
tttrwrlmrr. Florid Press A..... \la dignified and pleasant and CON- of the Owner or of the Owner's yearn 11)33) to 1B39: both inclusive BLOWOUtSIW.
WE MOVE INTO TilE SPOTLIGHT FIDENTIAL so just come in TO- Engineer. amounting to $37.15. !
4. Bidders will be required to com- ALSO: Lots 1. 2 of E'/j of Blk 28,
Gangway, everybody! Make way for Bradford County! DAY and GET YOUR MONEY- ply with the instructions to Bidders Livingston, Trudy & ('0'.. Sub-Dlv.
During every political campaignyou New, I ask you, who behind the which are Included In the of Nhi'/i of NKV4 Sec 28 Tp. 8 S. R.
We're for action and raring to document available at the abovementioned .
ready go 22 E.The
have listened to the
and I oratorical eight ball wouldn't fall for such a offices, and also with all I
V. For the next two or three weeks Bradford County will outpouring of countless honeyed appeal? applicable statutes, regulations to, etc.the, by taxes certificate. to he Non Hold are 489 evidenced and 388-
Including those pertaining
" bask unopposed in the spotlight of that great drama called political aspirants who, with tears One case recorded in Hillsbo- licensing of contractor. of 1930 and 1934 respectively, and hIL$1T
represent unpaid taxes for the years $
their cheeks 5. be
streaming down pictured Kach proposal must accompanied -
"Strawberry Production" Plant City is through; North the of the rough County shows that on a by a certified check payableto 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount-
plight "poor loan of 975 one man paid 3303.00 the order of, or a bidder' bond ing to $87.40
Carolina is yet to come; and our own fertile section of the widow woman," the overworkedand in running in favor of. the Owner In ALSO: SWi/i\ of SE'/4 Sec. 35 Tp.
Interest, plus $5.30 revenue an amount equal to five percent 6 5. K. 22 E., 40 Acres ttt10
state has the stage all to itself. Of course, Louisiana is underpaid school teacher, the stamps, and still owed $50 on the (6 percent) of the maximum bid The taxes to be Hold are evidenced 4tt
and over-worked price. In Is not accepted by certificate NOB. 607 and 448
"weary working proposal -
', shipping heavily, but the bulk of its crop goes to the west man.-These were the folks principal and $15 Interest or case If a a proposal I I. acceptedand of 1932 and 1934 respectively andrt'pre..ent
they
unpaid taxes for the
year
Florida' can and MUST stop for a Construction> Contract Is executed -
markets and consequently it is no serious 1931! to 1939. both Inclusive amounting
and middlewestern would serve; these were the constituents all time and a satisfactory Contractor' -
this evil practice and .. : to $64.49.ALSO .
Bond In furnished/ by the successful -
rival for Florida in berry production. in whose name they looks to the incoming legislaturefor bidder/ the check or bid : Lot 7 In Woodlawn Sec. 19 aft ONUht01
sought election and to whom they der' bond will be returned In each Tp 5 S. H. 22 1'':., 10 Acres
What seemed several weeks ago to be almost a hopeless pledged their fearless and undying swift and certain action. Instance. within. period of 30 day The taxes to be Hold are evidenced IIftGIf11NE
I to the bidder furnishing the same. by certificate NOH. 285 and 647 t
situation here changed magically, and today optimism reigns support. Many a manly chest 6. The successful. bidder will be of 1930 and 1933 respectively, Bndr..pre..ent
In Shrine Minstrel required to enter Into a Construction unpaid taxes for the years I
I of Starke and Law- was beaten vigorously In the name 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive amount- "
supreme around the shipping platforms N. Contract with the Owner with-
of the poor, the weak, the underpaid Sternberg, veteran minstrelman in ten (10) oonsectulve calendar Ing: to $37.47.
i; tey where buyers and sellers alike agree that the next two or and the under-privileged. \la to be premier end man In days after written notice being given ALSO: NH of SEtf of SW 4 Bx. 2
A In N WCor. Sec. 22 Tp. 8 S R.
of such award and to furnish a
1 three weeks should be very profitable.ones for Bradford Many who made such pledges the Shrine minstrel which will be Contract Surety Bond satisfactoryto 22 K., 18 Acres.
'I held In Jacksonville tonight and the Owner and to the Rural Electrification The taxes to be .sold are evidenced
County I and promises will occupy seats in tomorrow Administration. In a pen- hy certificate NOH. 311 and 103d
I the 1939 Florida Legislature and nigh al sum not less. than the maximum of 1931 and 1933 respectively and
,+ There is an old saying that "It is always darkest just t A___ __ Construction Contract price represent unpaid taxes for the years
while they may not be able to do CLKAKANCE 7. The Owner reserves the rightto 1\130!> to 193), both Inclusive amount-
l before the dawn" and experience has demonstrated that there all that they so glibly promised I SALK reject any or all proposals ing to $54 96.)
f The Denmark Furniture Company CLAY ELKCTK1C. C'OOI'KUATIVE I ALSO: NWV & EV4 of SWV4 Sec

y is much truth in this simple philosophy. Well, we have had they thousands can at least of throw unfortunatein a lifelineto I is conducting a clearance ASSOCIATION.Ily AltiertiiK, Miller INC., Owner President 28 Th..Tp...- thw..7.-S.-_._.It.......20 1..1.1ed ..-H n.,..210.. A'_.Acres. .-.'..."' ___-_

our share of "darkness" since the late February freeze and this state who poor for have sale from now until April 15. M. I March 27th, 193/ !'. by certificate. No 703 of -1930, I 1 I IWby
and
years represent- unpaid taxes for the
( : are ready and waiting for the daylight, "Waiter Bring on been at the heartless mercy of the H. Dakin, manager said the pur- years. 192! to 1939 both Inclusive,
pose of the sale and such low :NOTICK OI"oI'...: OK TAX amounting to $.59,0..
I couple of portions of dawn !I" conscience-less "loan shark" and 1''BMTIFI('*TK:'t I Said tax certificates together
a "salary buyer." prices is to make room for more Notice la hereby given that lola with all subsequent omitted or take eeale.. ckancti? Dot'l
__....___.__.-----o.---- stock. Mae Andrews has filed with me Levied taxes will be sold to the let a swerving. lurching' ear hurl mand
The extent of this uncheckedand 0.I .- written request that the tax certificates highest bidder at the Courthousedoor years to urteui' 1"1" .
-i ONE WHO IS QUALIFIED TO SPEAK together with all subsequentomitted In '" No ran.setts
uncurbed evil the NOTifK TW III"DF-'tIIl Starke. on the 14th., day of
among poor I 1. SEALED PROPOSALS or levied taxes held by the April A. D. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. tire mad see .b. blow*
,k l In an interview with the Telegraph this week, W. O. i ignorant and unfortunate of this construction of a building apd for con-the State he advertised( and sold to the 1Ir. preaf. But your LlfeCiHird-. ulpor ,..
state, brought to light In crete foundation for niexel/ generat highest bidder for cash as providedby Dated this the 25th., day of March comet" .. .....00.10,
a
Hodges of Plant City, well-known buyer who has been work- survey ing unit and the / Chapter 18296 of the 1937- Act A. r>. 1939.OFFICIAL. Steady ttt"
s 't recently published by Representative /Installation of Switchboards furnishingand, wirIng of the Legislature upon the follow- ( SAL;: ) A. J. Thomas, when a tire .blows. er high' isni.
ing the strawberry deal here for the past eighteen years, J. P. Merchant of Polk County Evaporative Water Cooler> and- ing described real estate In the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
I Septic Tank County of Bradford, State of Flor County, Florida. 3-31 3t 4-14
gives some valuable suggestions as to how the industry is appalling and beyond belief. "Project") ,to(hereinafter he financed called by the a ida, to-wit: NOTATIREINOTATUBEILIMaUARD I

might be improved in Bradford County. This survey cites numerous cases Rural Electrification Administration KV of NR<,4 of JCRi4 Sec12 Tp. 1NOTICK li safely tire wtttk j
loan/ and 68. It. 22 1 12.. 10 .
known Florida Acres.The .
where victims have paid interest a* Project fly the power vented In them the a tire . alwayt.
801401-CLAY. will l be. received by (lazes Ifi he, sold <*>'e avid.! "it<** Hoard of Public Instruction ready to up
of
Mr. Hodges stated that growers in this area are puttingup on small loans of from 150 to 300 Clay Electric Cooperative Assocla- ed hy cfi'tlflrnte Xn: 9S7 of 1013, Bradford County, Florida, hereby port your car In cat* of >uddi Vt

a better pack of fruit now than they did several years per cent per annum. Like the fly lion"Owner"' Inc.), on(hereinafter or before called 10 o'clock the and .represent 1932 to unpaid 1 1939 both taxes Inclusive for theyears ., calls ham an District election) No.to It be of held Bradford In Ora- failure., Goodyear't tlf.Suordi,U,

but he believes there is still much room for improve- enmeshed in the silken web of the A. M., Eastern. Standard Time, amounting to $14,33. County. Florida, on Tuesday. April slue available, ... .b* used I I..., j
ago, wily spider, once these unfortunates : April 4th. 1839. at its office at Keystone ALSO: Wi4 of K'4 of NK 4 of 25, 1939 at Riley Wasdln's packing: make of tire, sew or sow 1 In wrviM,

) t. ment. Federal inspection seems to be the only ultimate solution fall into the clutches of the time and Heights.place the Florida proposal, at which will NE Acres.The',/i. .Sec. 12 Tp. 6 S. K. 22 E., 10 shed three for trustees the purpose and fixing of the electing mill- With, LtfeCuordi( you can qN.moth .

G to the problem for although wise growers realize the "loan shark" and "salary buyer" be publicly opened and read. taxes to he sold are evidencedby Hire for the ensuing two years. *l 25% more safe mllta",* |
2. The Project will consist of certificate No 928 of 193.1: : and For the purpose of holding Bald from. your tlr*.. Save mast. ,,
t, vital importance of a good pack, there will always be a few they are utterly helpless. Already the furnishing delivery of materials represent unpaid taxes for the year election the following: are appoint. Play igfe. tuY NOW.
burdened with debt and often deep, and the labor for constructing 1932 to It'I! : both Inclusive, amount- ed! as managers: j. A. J. McKinney,
who cannot resist the temptation to "put something over" the following/ : Ing to $15.81.ALSO Frank Abernathy H. p. Waxdln, *T. M. Tko aootow Tin Rate_
; sorrow, knowing not where to turn (a) One combined Power Plant : NK'/i of SWi,. Sec. 35 Tp. and John Surrency, clerk.
1+ on the buyer. These few will continue to damage the entire at the time such loans are made, I Office(b) Garage, and Store Room. 5 S. R. 21 K., 40 Acres. Board of Public Instruction Bradford Only Goodyear offers I
Two Concrete Foundation The taxes to be sold Are evidenced County, Florida. By A. J.
: industry here just as a weak link lessens the usefulness of they only get in deeper, unable to tors.for Diesel Engine Driven Genera by certificate. No. 108 of 19.11. c.rlffls.. County Superintendent and you LIFEGUARDS! !
+ pay anything on the principal. and represent unpaid taxes for the Secretary 3.31 4t 4-21
ga an entire chain. (c) One Complete Switchboard years 1930 to 1939: both Inclusive
I They go without food, clothingand and Wiring: amounting to $60.Ot. .-= -.
Y Mr. Hodges believes and the Telegraph heartily'agrees often needed medical attention (d) One Evaporative Water Cooler ALSO: 8WV, of SBV! > Sec. 13 Tp. !
to (e) One Septic Tank 8 S It. 21 K., 40 Acres. FOR ALL FORMS OF
'::4 with him, that if the berry industry could be consolidatedat holy, interest pay outrageous charges on and threatsof un- I 3. The Plans. Specifications and The taxes to be sold are evldene- I

the State Farmers' Market here and if provision could be exposure and loss of their job I IIKPOHT: OF roT'VTY FI'VAYt'Flg' t

made for Federal the business would rise if they faiLEvery fill tUKOHU COI'IVTY INSURANCEPLEASE '
inspection to roll TillIHtll] KM: \U H KPT KM II Kit :HO, 1IKIN: !

1 heights never before realized. Consolidation of.the industry effort to bring these usurers Report of County Finances for the year ending September 30, 1938 as LOW COST..: /Hi
r'' to justice has failed miser- reported to the Comptroller by the Clerk Circuit Court and the Board of PHONE 146
4 + at a central point would undoubtedly attract more buyers ably, mainly because the criminal County Commissioner! of Bradford County, Florida, and Is hereby. published ,I Save ot file Sign of the Goodyear 1 I
under provisions of Chapter 8813, Acts. of 1915, Laws of Florida.
: and would be a great convenience for those already in the laws on our statute books, like J. M. LEE" COMPTROLLER. ::1 HAROLD WALL

t field. The buying process could be carried on at the farmers' many other laws, do little if any- CONSOLIDATION OF ALL Ft'Xn.S ADMINISTERED RY COUNTY Register Motor Co,|

I. ;. market without harm to any business already established in Conviction thing to ,.relieve for numerous the situation.reasons, COMMISSIONERS RECEIPTS( Agency I ROAD SERVICE

;: Starke or Lawtey. Indeed, it would ultimately benefit these has remained practically impossible Cash. Balance October 1, 1937 $1268006 Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years Telephone 103
Current Ad Valorem Taxes 8,937.14: i
businesses because it would benefit the people upon whom Licenses Tax Redemptions 12.6M6.58 STARKE FLORID!
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1, 624.65 ---
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they depend for trade. Buyers themselves would be glad to In Duval county the grand Jury Excess: Fees (County Officer -
returned \06) indictment against Fines and Forfeiture 1,90282
,;, ,r pay a cent a crate for Federal inspection, Mr. Hodges stated, "salary buyers." It costing the Racing Commission 13,126.54 t

...j '',P no that this other great boon for the industry here could be county somewhere In the neigh- Miscellaneous Refunds, Sole Receipts of Bonds, Investments Etc 3,750.46 289.60 .:..

y; carried on without additional expense to the grow rs. borhood of $30,000 for the investigation Total Receipts> (42.197.1S
together with the TIME
-
We feel that Mr. Hodges has voiced some very* worthwhile and there was not a prosecution single Total Available 154,877.19 TO MOTHPROOFYOUR

4rl" opinions and no one can deny that he is well''tiuulified solitary conviction.In EXPENDITURESGeneral

y ''' to speak, Being one of the oldest (in point of service) and Dade county, as well as Hills- Administration. 17.938.f5
Law Enforcement & Court
'' most successful operators on the Plant City imd Bradford borough, numerous indictmentswere Road and Bridge Expenditures. Cost 8149.86 131.50 WINTER\ CLOTHES!
brought, with subsequent investigation Welfare (All Phases) a.II4:1.76:
;.: County yards. These things will not come without a and prosecution with- Construction Agriculture ft and Publicity Repairs 900.011 701).00 .

.l' struggle, but when they do come we can look forward to a out results. Miscellaneous. Expense --
Temporary Debt
s ,' greater day for the strawberry industry in Bradford County. Records from these investigations Funded Debt Including Interest
and others reveal that from : Other Debt Expenses. a.001.97
; Investment
p o 25 to 40 of the
percent employeesin
Unpaid Bills, October, 1937 2,725.00
I)" LEGIONNAIRES RECEIVE TilE TORCH i lower salary brackets of mostof Total Authorized Expenditures 35..94.5. Within the next week or so your. winter
't Less Pills. Unpaid Sept 30, 1938
t Another dream has become reality and today a comfortable the departments of the city Net Disbursements. $$15,494 clothes will have to be stored tar: the sum-
... t and federal government, as wellas Cash Balance, September 30 1938 19382.65
.. and attractive home for the Jones-Langford-
r f fti new most all large private business Total Disbursements. and Cash Balance mer. Always in line with modern methodsof

:ti White American Legion Post stands:: as substantial proof of and Industrial concerns, are In the 54,877.19 cleaning The Starke Dry Cleaners are installing -

what can be accomplished by cooperation and team-work. clutches of the concerns who prac ASSETS
tice this contemptible business. the "NEVCO" Moth Proofing Sys-
Tuesday afternoon the new building was thrown open Value of County Building and Equipment $55,25000
An Investigation among the Value of ______
s County Road Equipment I tem. It is no longer to
for the first time to public inspection, and Tuesday night it negro school teachers of Hills- Investments ______ necessary put your

borough county disclosed that 98 I clothes in a Cedar Bag. Your clothes cleaned
,;, was dedicated with fitting ceremonies. The fine attendance LIABILITIES
percent of the 160 negro schoolteachers Unpaid Bills or Vouchers, September 30, 1938 _____ and treated
;fly on the part of the public clearly demonstrated the ,esteem Involved. actual Bonds Outstanding September 30, 1938 ______ by us are guaranteed against
are By ,
Judgements, 30, IStJS: ______
September
t and respect in which the local Legion Post is held. This check over the negro teachers' Other Indebtedness. September 30, 1938 ______ damage by moths for six months. This

+';c' 1''' testimonial of good will should inspire the officers and new signatures, they were paying over I Board NOTE:of Where Administration possible ,bonds are elimlnlated.ft and Investments.. administered. by Slate 1 I guarantee is backed and insured by one of
$3,000 in interest alone.
members of the Post to "carry higher the torch" and now While per the year percentage of the the most reliable insurance companies in
r // fff *//
that the new building is an accomplished fact, there shouldbe white teachers involved is not so I g the country.Our .

no "let down" in effort, but rather the fine new, hom'Sti enumber large nevertheless an amazing

should be an inspiration to the Legionnaires to pass on to hardship, have through fallen misfortune into the hands or TODAY'S 1 laundry service is as good Q.the

; even greater accomplishments of these "salary buyers," for, because best and the prices are lower. Ask some of

6i1 o of their high sense of honor ECONOMYLESSON our customers. We have different classesof
and integrity, they seem to be
eta THAT IDEA OF MAKING 'EM STOP singled out as-special prey of the service to suit your pocket book.

,,a It is unfortunate that eyery business man and progres "loan shark."

sive citizen in the county could not have heard the speech "Why," you might ask, "does Patronize an industry owned and operated -

anyone intelligent enough to become QUESTION WHEN IS A GALLON -
home
by
folks. of
delivered at the Rotary Club Wednesday by John T. Alsop, a school teacher, ever get Eighty cents out

Jacksonville ex-mayor, attorney, and business man. Mr. sucked in by such a racket?" "I'll 1 MORE THAN A GALLON every dollar spent with The Starke Dry

ALsop believes? in advertising. He spent some of the best tell you "How" --- Suppose you I II Cleaners is kept in Starke. The employees
were struggling to make both ANSWER WHEN IT'S
,.,1, years of his life informing the world in general that there ends meet barely eeklng out an spend their salaries with the grocery: and

was such a place on the map as Jacksonville, Florida and the existence. Perhaps you have an SHERWNWILLJAMSSWPHOUSEPAINT' dry goods stores
i+ I f we use lights and water
fact that his efforts proved worthwhile is evidenced by the aged and ailing parent to support,
an undernurlshed child. You need furnished by the city, all gasoline used in
number of new industries and the rapid growth of Jackson new clothes or face a costly
operation delivery
service is bought Starke and
ville during his administrations. you are sick at heart and Because there's actually more real in ,

"Starke needs to be advertised," Mrs. Alsop asserted. desperate, banks have no money paint per gallon! in every gallon of even the mineral spirits used in cleaning is

$ "You have a fine town, backed by some of the best farmland to Legitimate loan a person small In your loan position.agencies ; SWP..paint that spreads farther, bought from local dealers.:: Think this over
covers better, saves time and labor.'
?'1 in the state, but you need to tell the world about it. It require security or co-indorsers on xq .' Drop in at our store today for a'' before sending your business out of town.

r is all right to boast about how many tourists PASS your seeking note such; pride prevents your ;( beautiful new SWP color card,
/ indorsements even
-, ,:' T/IROUGII STARKE, but before your town will grow, you when they might be secured Your

+t ''I need something to make them S T O P." burden grows heavieryou can't YOUR CLOTHES INSURED 100'

),+ We feel that Mr. Alsop hit the nail on the head for that, ; Bleep to can't work, don't know -, II ,Ft ,
where turn.Then
indeed, is one of our greatest needs today. "Make them from Heaven itself comes, seemingly a letter WHILE IN OUR POSSESSIONCall

stop" should become the slogan of every civic-minded and I informing you that your worries (
are over Just to AID
r public-spirited citizen and organization in the county. We 'unfortunates like yourself a kind poor I II .n 'rMle

.. call upon the Rotary Club, the Woman's Club and every I generous OHG ANIZAT ION Is

other organization, as well as individual readers for suggestions : waiting to loan you from 35 to I

a as to how we can interest those who pass
here and who with a little persuasion and encouragement"! ,

d might become permanent residents or at least our guests I They will gladly loan you the R. C. BUFORD Dealer
r money you need to tide you over STARKE DRY CLEANERS
for a period of weeks. Let's work together and formulate a :any emergency: and NO ONE

... definite program to put Starke on the map! WILL EVER KNOW.-. .You need 228 E. CALL STREET STARKE FLA.


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