Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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o BE ARGUED Forest Service\ In This-CountyTimber I DEFEATED I i! good reasons. with self-evident) for three Its FbW_ I II BERRY SEASON

WANT A THRILL? growers of Bradford publication. Theyare

SDAY County will soon benefit from TUESDAY (from left to NEARS END

(Then by all means go climb services rendered by two modem rights Bosnia

Bradford County's new 100-foct fire observation, towers recently Smith Margaret

forest fire observation tower) completed In this area by the Had Pearce and Juan -
introduced I Proposal Created Some Growers Will Continue -
Was Florida Forest and Park Service. I t a Barefoot,
asure .... .. . .. ..
At To Pick For
In Leoislature By ;' : 11.,.,,"'" Pictured at left Is the 100-fool Rig Vpstir Pretty girls rank r' ''a
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Johns .-
Senator "'it..' \'. r4J' tallest of the 30 now operating In I I; berries as one of
I ohns' bill pro- p //r .. ,,< ,,.: ., : the state. The other tower is situ proposition to consolidate 'the principal Apparently blessed with as
Tnv :< .
orator < ,,{ "' ,a. ; ated crops o f Bradford
( Just this side of Santa Fe
establishment i lives as an alley cat, theBradford
V for FlorIda 'J".i:.. l'. Graham Sub School District No. County.The5Cyounq.
River on Road 13.
season -
assistance strawberry
Townsend ..id I age ..:; :t'r" 11 with Starke Sub School Dis- County
a will be argued on ;; Both structures are a part of nears (he end of its eighteenthweek
D'of II* OWl Senate in Talla- .(.,t..-vl., '" ... lf: the Forest and Park Service'sstatewide trict No. 3 received a trouncing ladies are nil of shipping to northern markets
floor of Tuesday! afternoon. ..:, ; ,_ system which will even- dt't'eutIt' polls In b6th places Tuesday I dressed up in During the past seven days

next of Senator t'y / tually form a network of towers The vote at Starke was 108 I play clothes. fora 12,325: crateR have been shippedat

At the InsistenCe .101" und communication lines, aidingIn I I houseparty at an average price of $2, bringIng
the consolidation and 7 for
Pensacola, against ;
of '
p Beall\ : I M) materially reducing the damage Klngsley Lake around $24,650.
lip Tuesday placed on ....... at Graham It was 32 against and growers
arcs last order ,
medal and ''' ; ;r; celebrated their first week of freedom, after the cloning of school.
'Ddar, which provides for Its ':: .. wasteful forest fires. In recent weeks the consolidation I Somehow the girl i don't seem a bit displeased over the situation this to be one of the longest wu-
30 minutes r''f ', .t The Highland structure will be I sons on record and one experienced -
to begin ( ) ; issue had stirred sentiment
jcratlon start their named the Louis Hill Tower and t buyer stated that, within his
the legislators !' '" deeply at Graham where it was
er will be dedicated to the had never
meeting.or .'J-I,!" memory feared that if the districts were memory shipments
I Tuesday than an hour the bll <' ,.' 4i of a Bradford County young man,, consolidated Graham might loseout i BIG SAVING BEANS SWAMP been made to the northern markets -

more ; now deceased, who was outstand- thin late In May before A
of the on the new WPA school
argued, the big guns ing in the forestry service. It Is I freak snow combined with rain
right and left, ", I ing that has been approved but
,ie sounding now complete, with caietaker's EFFECTED FARMERS' and hull In North Carolina, knocked
in behalf has not been constructed yet be-
at of them speaking home already constructed, but hat out the crop there and prolonged .
the proposal and some taking cause of Opponents the here two weeks after
not yet been named. i IN season
themes of the consolidation put REFUNDINGi
to assert MARKETPrice
opportunity It would. normally have died.
old The towers here will be connected In many hours of "politicking"and
,, favoring adequate : ..) Bradford deal Is
as '-" However! the
to others in this i
( by telephone distributing handbills In .
pensions section of the state, Including Starke, urging citizens here to I definitely nn its last lefts now

Calls for Sales Tax. ;; gt\ Highland, Penny Farms and Lake vote against the (,usue I I Program {Will Cut Remains round since berries are "coming In" as

The mennurt as now drafted ', Short-wave radio will also far north as Vlrnlnln, Maryland,
( ; City At Starke 28 voters approved a Interest $13,000 90c During
cent sales .
)ls for a three per of Delaware, and Tenne He rownI -
transaction! tax, with pension dangerous be used to fires.spread the news levy of 10 mills, while two voted I First Year {Week <,e Bros. announced Wednesdaythat

required 10 spend the $200 a for 8 mills. At Graham no voles I they hud coaxed buying,

ith In Flmida Some of those The towers are supported financially were registered nu to milluge. \I A saving of $13,285 In Interest Green beans continued to mono- John Dulaney loaded two ti licksyeHterday

,j did not oppose the specialer by timber owners whose I Trustees were also voted on during the year beginning July 1 polize facilities of the Slate Farm- but It was considered

motion said they would property receives the benefit of{ Tuesday so that If the consolidation -'I will be effected under a new refunding possible that these would be the
era' Market here Its third
cents during
ck changes In the bill, the revl- the service. They pay three had been approved a new program for Bradford I last of the season to northern

,i Including a cut in the taxn per acre for the land under pro- I board of trustees would have been I| County's $783,000 worth of out- week of operation since reopening markets. Prices were down to

and also as to the amount of section, and this amount ia matched provided for. The vote was as i standing toad and bridge bonds under the management of J. L. $1.50: per crate

ley to go to pensioners. rAre by State and Federal funds. follows at Starke: S. E. Sparks | The new program was completedlast Gentry. Prices remained steadyat Of course, "scrapping" will goon

Townsend those bored A total of 43,711 acres of landIs 16; L. D. Green 14; C J, Powell week by the Board of County for nevarul week yet with
Proponents of the you one of per from flOe to 9k: per hamper,
in expressed confidence that sons who are always looking for now under protection In Brad- 13; (these men comprise the present Commissioners and Its attorney, Bradford some growers who claim they can

M old age assistance bill, with something new to do, and complaining -I ford County. It is comprised as board of trustees). Several M F. Brown, under the terms of bringing growers an estimated make a little profit at $L25: and

ales tax financing Idea, would about the humdrumeryof I follows: Brooker Turpentine Co., others received one vote ach. At a contract with the Clyde C. ; return of $1S,801.40 fdl' $1.00 continuing to evil to "ped
the Legislature.The dally existence? I 1,701; J. M. Edwards 120; W. H. I Graham H. L. Brownlee received Pearce Co., of Jacksonville, and the 6,446 hampers sold during the dlers" for the local markets. These

n your Edwards Jr. S.520; W. M. Edwards 15 votes, and Carl Johns 16. I the Leedy, Wheeler Co.. of Orlando week.A late sales might bring the season's -
debate on the special con Then by all means hie yourself I 412 Mrs. L. H. Hill 50; .
; -- --- to the $377,104 mark
oration motion didn't get "hot'U to Highland and climb to the i total of 7,704 packages of produce gross
Container Corporation of America HOUR DAY Under terms of the new pro- have been handled by themarket net lust year. Quality of fruit is
Its defenser Bradford County' -
Beall went to wind-blown of
top 1&.180; L. G. Powell 1,040; Fos- "! gram, to be culled July 1, thecounty's during the pant seven still described MS being among the
a number of speeches hat 100-foot forest fire observation STATE FARM
new W. H. Smith FOR
ter Shi Smith 4.508; outstanding road and days. In addition beans there best seen during the season, andthere

en made. tower. 5,415; A. J. Thomas 1,420; Law- I bridge bonds will be refunded were 102 bushels of. Irish potatoes will still be fair production

n special Social Security Com You'll be breathless as a rence Wiggins 405. Representative George Inman of with an Issue of $308000 at 4 percent at $1.00; 553 hampers of cucumbers in patches that have been kept

ttteheau d.t.by Senatot'.c.barlall'age I bashful iover, ....:1.},1 dizzy as a W. H Edwards, Jr donated the Bradford has introduced a bill interest, and $475,000: at 4 at 85c; and ftOO' of squash ut05c free of woeds

\ of Ocalu had approved that e' "peroxide" blonde.when you reach property for the Highland tower, (I seeking an eight-hour day and a I,1.2 I percent. The lower Iciest Total revenue from! sales at Totals. for the season now standat
week for of the
I a forenoon meeting. i the top but after you've regained and Foster Shi Smith for the one six-day employee 'bonds.. will mature within the next the market dining the week l.i 5,422,216 pints for which growers .-

The Pensiicola solon charged your composure and bucked up near Santa Fe RIver. State Prison Farm at Raiford. I ten years, and the remainder from estimated at $6,76600. I have received estimated! receipts

service on the part of thorn'I your courage enough to look out --' I Inman said people employed at during from ten to twenty of $3M,2UO:
The first local tomatoes,
'aker*' whc, had talked of ok here are a few of the sensations the State Prison Farm are now years. The bonds had previouslybeen I 20I I

the) extended that you are likely to experience: BUS ROUTES I working 10 and 12 hours a day beating an interest rate of crates, were brought to the mar I
et'ttrito I'I'I ket Wednesdny by Joe Truby. One IAWTEYGrowers
vote," he You will feel the tower sway and< no law has been passed giving -I Mix percent. i
described them as being
... his colleagues as to the perceptibly with, each passing them a standard walking dayor I buyer
I "Saving effected under the new ,
I' "fanciest" ha hud ever seen. Th
tai bill and then cracked at a breeze. FOR 193940AWARDED week. He further stated his
will allow the to
I program county first sweet corn also appeared I Shippers
(I (sponsored by Senator D. bill does not ask for any decrease ,
You will see Road 13 winding ;I pay its bonds In 20 yearn! rather : Wednesday, and It Is expectedthat
hart Gillis of DeFunlal like a gray ribbon, in and out of "'In wage scale but seeks only to I than 30 years which would have Fordhook Lima beans will begin j
tags, \ shorten the hours of the workmenIn SEEK WHARF
to raise the of the
ivernor pay the trees below, and dotted all lower brackets. been required under the old pro to arrive In quantities by the

crawling automobiles that hum i gram" County Attorney Brown latter part of next week

'Let's give everybody a chance' like bees in the distance. ; "MoM of the people working at I said this week. I

vote for the old people," Beal 1'I I You will get a bird eye view Drivers Must Meet I the State prison work In two --- I handled Since reopening, the market has. Property has Keen Purchased

K adding 'i know It Is em"win ., of countless pine trees strangely I shifts of 12 hours each. My bill 16,325 packages of pm-

to some to put this I beautiful and exotic from this new All Necessary I would make three shifts necessary, I 4 INJURED duce, for which farmers have received For New, ...

lug> on the floor He called at' point of view their new buds Requirements I thereby giving employment to I IN WRECK an estimated return of .. Project <:_,

,lion to the Leglslatureapprovmemorial reaching upward like cathedral more people and shorten the long 1400000.
to Congress urging, candles. Twenty-four bus routes for the j hours of those employed. This I Four men Were Injured one .---- The Telegraph Is In receipt of

Passage of the Townsend plan You might see as far as 25 school term of 1939.40 were let I bill will affect the some 175 people ( seriously, shortly after midnight THEATREIMPROVED the following communication fromJ.

I national scale, terming that miles on a clear day and the last week by the Board of Public I employed In the State Prison Tuesday morning In an accident L. Huirell, Lawtey rower/: and

. Let George do it" sugge'i chances are that you will also see I Instruction Only one route, Law- I Farm now." Inman said. Involving two produce trucks. The shipper, concerning the construction

' and the Johns "Leiram" t the earth tey-Hlghlnnd, remains to be filled. I' wreck occurred one mile southeast -
plan a banks of smoke hugging Another Introduced by Representative In the pant week workmen have of a proposed shipping platform -
do It" move in the distance, meaning that a I Drivers, routes and salary of I Inman. would affect the ; of Starke on State Road 28, i iI demolished the large, wood-and- for that town*

Giltls took the floor and wastiooed dreaded forest fire Is wrecking contracts which will be awarded maintenance crews of the State I near the home of Jesse Newsom I steel backstage portion. of the "Local business house, shippers

by Beall as to whether havoc somewhere. i Ilf applicants meet all requirements I Road Department by giving them A Ford tractor (chassis and I Rita Theatre and have begun con and growers and other Interested

DOt he was convinced that the You might see If you happened are as follows: an eight-hour day and a minimum ': cab) and trailer going north witha I struction of u modern cement In the welfare of Luwtey and

"Mend plan was the propel to be there at the right time of 'I L. R. Starling Hellbronn. $45.- of 40 cents per hour straight time ', load of beans, cu'umberllInll block, fire-proof, sealed addition Bradford County, have purchased

Dative step Glllls, president day, the Seaboard's Silver Meteor 00. I Inman stated that the bill alto : squash and driven by Clennon and I In the same position' 21,900 square feet of reul entitle

4th; 1937 Senate, replied "No,, scurrying across the ground like H. C. Kelley Lawtey. $35.00. carried a stipulation of a $16 a !I Jimmy Harpei. brothers, of Orlando The new addition, when completed In the southwest coiner of Lot 21,
don't think the cnat01 snake. I parked on the right hand Cant. for This
: r a huge, shiny I week minimum salary to Lawtey
Griffie $78.- cornpen-I
>11\ the Nelson Green -Beyd, will allow the picture
Second has convincedw Altogether it's a brand new I I sate men when unable to side of the road and Clennon will be donated to the Town of
I to be moved further buck,
for It" Beall counteredI. different to do 50. crawled under the tractor to connect screen Lawtey a" a site for constructionof
thrill; something "My bill would bring about an additional seats be In-
It he I River Colored allowing to
I. Planned to vote for the on a quiet Sunday afternoon, and B. J. Kelley r end to men drawing meager salaries ,' the auxiliary gasoline tank. tailed. Two air-conditioning I a strawberry and produce shipping -
worthwhile: II $25.00.J. i While he was HO engaged!, another 'I' wharf for the use of
!to definitely I for maintenance work becauseof I I fans will be built In. and! two exits, II grower
continuing. cillis praised Tip to the fair, fat, and forty- E. Brown Sampson City, I!I Inclement weather conditionsover tractor and trailer a GMO, aluo ,I one on either aide of the screen | I and trucks operating between

for car'v'nST: "t the "cour- Ish: Climbing those 100-foot stairs $40.00. which they have no control going north with a cargo of beans, I awtty and the northern and went'
e r>f are planned.
his 'convictions," In spon1M should be good reducing exercises R. V. Alvarez Rising, 6700. I Also/ it would give the men a cucumbers and squash, driven by i 4 ern markets
n g the bill I L. A Carroll of Winter Garden New motion picture projectorsare "ThoHe
I contributing are as fol-
saying the Starke also. A. Nettles Jr., Nelson straight day's pay If their work
Ralph Installed also and when
or had< "done considerableUnifa I I and Edwin Broadway of Vienna, | being I Iowa: Mrs Lou Tankuley Moore
'' Green, $49.90.Lester should be hampered by rain. I will be
the movies
The driver of Job Is complete
the 101uent appicached. 266.66 in equity, Mrs, Lucy F.
champions Spring Painting Begins Lester Slade, $55.- feel that this standard working' fhckerlens and clear
antastlc Idea. I Slade. the GMC did not nee the parkedtruck I more steady, farrell I $266 66 In equity; J. L.
Senator Considerable painting has been day will give the men a chance to I H Is understood other
Gillls then stated that I 00. I until nearly colliding and Improvements larrell I 1211667 In equity; J. S.
of home chore and
,: In favoi of the Beall going; on around town, causing George Kuile Green, J. K. Douglas take care turned sharply to the left to avoid are to be made at an early J Norman, $10, R R. These, $10;
mo- business and residences raise small garden crops In the
3 that the Senate many places of $64 00.Andrew I hitting the Ford The GMC trailer date. J M. B. Plummer A Son, $20; F. R.
lid members on a fresh, new"spring" time before work and after their:! .
to take / -- --- '
g on "ecord "once Redding Andrew Redding 'I skidded to the right striking I tanadlne, $10; Joe Rhufonl. $10:
to and for time'which
Cafe andGassett's In the afternoon a
as their convictions In the look. Bryant's 3000. heretofore haven't the trailer of the parked truck Visits Coca-Cola Plant I.10e, Bill, anti) Keeffe Harrell, $30;

to old people Hardware, adjoining Hellbronn. $13.00. they and both turned over Clennon I! Twenty-four members of the n.I M. Fryer $10, Mica Eva Gent
Wells, "
ont- Mae hall, ,
3eaator Savage at this businesses, have been painted River I Harper received leg and possible senior clues of the Adrian, (;a.. :$ 10.; ('. R Whitehead, $10; R. U.

Ned that 'ht, bill be point side in an attractive color schemeof Chester Andrews New --- I: Internal injuries while the high school visited, the Starke :, ,Alvarez. $10; W C. Woolen $10;

k to tll 'o rnlttee referred brown and cream Buford'sPaint $74.00. PRESBYTERIANSGET received minor cut and others Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. Werlnes-; i D.> J. Phillips $10; A M. Lewis,

date motion' and the Shop has also benefitted byl I Roy Tomllnson. New River to MINISTER Clennon was taken to an day on their way to Silver $: 10. Balance to be donated, $40.
ha feet question I Johns the brush. The home of Mr. Starke 8500. I hospital by the D. C. Jones Am-1 Springs. They are making a tour i| "Those Interested as above are

_" o f th4t ')c a I an and"the tO mol tell- Mrs. O. 1. Beasley Is being outside.remodeled Levy Norman Vanderbilt, $28.- The Reverend Charles H Allen bulance Service nf Florida In n school bus, accom- J just a few compared to the many

eWleaguea!l The old folks can'ttht and also painted I I 00. ha* accepted a call as "8tl\ll'<1 ;i Both tractors escaped scHoiia' rnnle-l' by an Instructor At the i I strawberry and produce growers)

' e up h "' the whim of -.- Kd Durbin, Lawtey $35.00. Supply" to the First Pi*..byt rlan Injury, while the trailer, especially local Coca-Cola (ilani they saw I i
, J"e Maintained hen a Chiropractor Here Mary Williams, South Church of Starke and will preach the Ford, wre ruined. Moat this popular drink bottled with''' ,wharf built at Lawtey for theirt

"Incer* his efforts Dr. C. W. Jones of Lake City Mrs. $1800 hid Initial sermon Sunday morn- of the produce was salvaged the very latent modern machinery, )( i=onvenlence It Is the general

the ,'lei, ." to has opened an office In the Starke Hampton, Ing at eleven o'clock ---- which Is In use act the plant here I "+"Boer Ple' pointing outs short Ellery Sapp Jake Sapp, 2975. (I I to the town, then ,
for Lawtey
will be here a -- --- -- <<
t pa t of his Hotel Mr. Allen Is a graduate of Johns {Wants $3 TagsA
1'1'11, campaign I of the W. E. Sapp, Vanderbilt $19.50. [ !]Bradford County and the WPA
< graduate Cecil Thomas
He Is a ImprovedCecil j
' avae explained he time. Maryvllle College Tenn., was recently : flat $3 fee for private automobile
making] of Chiropractic 9500. I 'should bear the expense of el..dIng -
College Lewis. Starke is to be
' motion ; National E. graduated from the Chicago ] !license tags was recommended Thomas reported
1&. "I n the
"* thehe
''dad rnrnLltee meeting from College of Osteopathy wards Route, 9000. highly recommended for work he week by Senator Charlie Johns of / broken back on a road construction -

We, III"h fflclals. Senator : +--- Sam Matt Brooker to Starke, has already done among young Starke HU measure would set Job In Alachua County He j Named Head Page
County at $3 private has been transferred from the Douglas Huzen, son of Mr. and
:ten, 'n"P f \> Savage I I'If To Serve Clay $ O.OO. people In the tax on motorcycles ;
yeggvage withII Ralph Cox, supervisor of the Green Brooker. $73.75. It Is expected that a full membership trucks $5, on trucks les thanJ.50O Alachua County hospital to St. I :Mrs Fred Hacen of Smoker, ha.Oe..n .

I naked e announcement he I local office of the Farm Security j A. L. Norman Frank Norman will be out to greet the pounds, and 75e per hundred Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville, j| I I honored by being selected

' "Wan I! for the benefit ofI Administration, announced this Frank. new minister Sunday morning, pounds for those up to 5.000 and It lit I stated that he might be ]head 1 page In the House of Representatives

I f for theand Cr"tvlew senators week that Clay County has been $25.00.J. E Adkins, I and a cordial welcome will be extended pounds, and $1 per 100 for those' able to return to his horn here i ithe i at the Legislature In
' being served by E. Adklnii, 185..1 visitors. over 5.00O, I : last of the week 'aliahaasee.!
OIIt the pUrpoee of "brine added to the area to all
bill 00.
In a proper form." the office here.

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: ILL WIND Priest Walk Soon ..f 1 1926 and 10.::"i if-pe.-lively. and 1 property dwicrlbed therein. will-------1 be NOTUI3 OF INTENTION: TO APPLY 19:19.;!! h.llh, ,
twWkIgi8R1ji May represent unpaid taxes for the told to the highest bidder at the'' FOIt NPKCIAL: : I.KKIHLATION $18.16

K C Priest, former resident of yearn 1926 to liU'i both Inclusive! I court house door on the first Monday FOR THK CITY OK MTAItKH. ALSO t4'' .,
-I THAT In the month of June 1939, Kl.OItllt.V. NE% "f ;
amountlnK to $83 10 Nl12: '
Starke now farming at New River Said tax certificates together which Is the 6th day of June 1939. NOTICE! Is hereby given to all 5M.rt. 22112 l. ," '
_ to be able to walk Dated this the 8th day of April, whom It may concern that the undersigned The v
hopes soon with all subsequent omitted or taxi i I.. i I..
I There Is an old aaying that "It State Weather Bureau said they 19311. will have prepared and ed I by '
levied be sold the '
taxes wilt to certlfl ,
I U an ill wind that blows nobody I had no record of almlllar occur- without the aid of crutches after highest bidder at the Courthousedoor being seriously inconveniencedwith In Htarkn, on the 19th., day ofMay Clerk of Circuit Bradford for the City of Starke represent 'I" "
good:' There isn't a person in rence. Florida. 4-14 6t 612NO.I'I Florida, at the regular session of untm"I i x. 'or''h
I infected foot for more A. O. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. 1927 t I..,., i I", ,"
d Bradford County today who will "At Durham. where skies had an M. the 1939 Florida Legislature, an amounting to 'I u 'nm' '
than a mouth He stepped on a bated this the 29th.. day of April. {..; Act providing that the City Clerkof s
deny the truth of this bit of home been sunny and the temperature t989. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.: the City of Starke, Florida, shall ALSO: HI., ,,., i .,

spun philosophy.It I balmy for several days a mixtureof nail about nix weeks ago and was OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoman, YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE also be the City Tax Collector the Lawtcy 26 XP. 6 s"RnA ."' .,. .,",.'
confined to the hospital for two Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford NOTICE That at the regular session City Treasurer and the City TaxAssesnor '
sleet and hall) sent the mercury The taxes. to ,.. ,
term officeof i
III wind indeed that fixing the of
was an of the ; Jd ,
County, Florida. 6-5 8t 519onnetit of the Legislature .d "
weeks where It was feared at one by 'ertlrl"'l, < 'j
said Clerk at two begin- \
and low of 32 degrees years \
hit the state of North Carolina down sharply a -i State of Florida now In session In and repreiienl .s
time he might lose part of his Tallahassee Florida. an Act will be ning with the next general city untu' .1 i '
recorded. Over Inch "
was an OK P..H..T.O'li> AM) years 1932 t
to /
the ofthis lIll
last week, bringing rain, snow,, Introduced and If possible enacted election held after passage : I ,,'III ;
of rain sleet and snow fell-first foot. oTirn TO pp"An I Act; and fixing the compensation amounting $8::', *, '
sleet and hail in its wake. But In the law prohibiting hunting except -
I TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A. of said office. ALSO: W4 IIr 'I IntJ
now In May In the town's history. K. Iteaoley and his wife Grace on Mondays Wednesdays and All of NF : ""r
that same ill wind, which brought Friday. of that period of time beginning City Council of the City of Starke, % of :-II:' "
Reasley each of Goose Creek. Ry.. 22Y. A. S., WII
"No two towns the Florida.by .
such loss to farmers In our slater experienced National Installment Anthem Texas: ORBETINOS: with the 20th day of Nov Its Chairman. E., 23 Acres '1'' \ '
W. :M. Edwards
ember and ending with the let day :
sam \weather. At Henderson You are hereby notified that a The taxes ,
tate, was the means of prolong Attest: Carl Johns City Clerk. to 1 I" .
In ',
for example the pot-pourri of Buy a new auto and "Ride as You suit has been Instituted In the Circuit of February of the following year Florida '-21 6t 1119NOTIC'F ed by certlflcat :". -.; "'
Ing the strawberry season In Court of Bradford County all Counties of the State of and represent ,", .",
uni d t
Bradford County for another two weather resolved into a snowstormand pay. Florida In Chancery by the City of having. a population of not less years I 1992 to. io-\ I I", .tx,5 '<
snow fell steadily for several Buy a piano and "Pay as you Starke Florida a Florida Munici- than 8,826 and not more than 9,550according Oithe ] OF BALK OF amounting .M .", Ii '""IAU
weeks. from this the State Census TAX CKHTIFICATKSNotice
Shipments section pal Corporation as plaintiff aBulnxtKva to <0.: All W'' ,
when North I hours. Here hail covered the Play. Tlson and her husband C. I'. year 1935. In hereby given that A. J. 2 W & Aft EI of It!"!< '
usually cease mi ,
I ground and the Weather Bureau Buy a new topcoat and "Pay as Tlson, Orville Moltt, also known as BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Starling has filed with me written NW14 of D'lk s, ",fV.1
Carolina "comes in strong. .. OF BRADFORD COUNTY request that the tax certificates together 3
Wear O. I Moltt, and his wife Elsie Moltt Temples 8uh.|>K H .
was deluged with telephone calls You ; Clara Carter and her husband W. with all subsequent omittedor Mold Mrs. Murrhe. i: '" :"i.
The following Is a United Press from people asking if it had snow- Buy a new golf suit and "Pay as W Carter, Inei Cook and her husband ... Conner ChairmanP. levied taxes held by the Statebe R. 22 K, 6 Acre.. Jl Tr

description of the unusual weather You Swear." Oeorirs Cook, W. A. Moltt and D. Reddish advertised and sold to the highest The taxes to h.j, ,
- ed. Wind and lightning caused his wife, Merle Moltt C. U Moltt. Mallory Thomas bidder for cash as provided by ed by certlflcat, '"
I conditions that visited North aome damage. I This Is our motto our hue and also known as Charley !Moltt and R. 8. Wasdln Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of and represent nm>.,"" q \ 01
d 1 ,
Carolina last week: his wife. Ar& Mnltt. (?. T. fleaaievalso T. D Dyal21 Bt 6-19 the Legislature' upon the following years 1933 to "" f
"Snow fell for several hours at our cry: known -as Charley-Be- ..f"y-allit d..lh..1. real estate In the County __._..._.u.uU.I IIIHj__ L to *h ini'i_.] I I. I It, ,.no...
"North Carolina still can't believe Oxford Important tobacco center We pay as we live and pay as we his wife Jesse Keasley. A. E. Beas- NOTICE of :i'iiiiford--State.: ; Florida to- ALSO: 2 A In 9U NV\J .,

it. The central section of die.Silverware. ley and his wife, Clrace Beasley, Notice l Is hereby given to all will SEW A 5 A In HH I r F
and fear was felt for young to- and O. L. Beasley and his wife whom it may concern that I have Com. at SW Cor of ST3V4 of SWV4 SE'4 Sec. 29 T,, .. r
I the State was visited today by bacco plants. Truck gardens were radio set or a ring. lertrude Ileasley as heirs at law filed my Final Report and requestedmy Run F] 220 yds. N 80 yds., to S'' Acres. I. j.

simultaneous rain snow, sleet ruined the section and Make a down payment on any old of the estate. of A. E. Moltt deceased Final Discharge as Administratrix Boundary of Ward City, Thence W II The taxes to I I.,.- .1 .
throughout said 220 yds, then..eS
and W. A. Moltt as administrator of Estate of Josephine Anders, on Boundary ed by certlfliat," v, '
hail windstorms and electrical fruit trees were damaged although thing: of the estate of A. E.Moltt. deceased. 80' yds., to beg. Ex East 100 feet. and represent unpimi! > II,,
I disturbances. It was the first unableto deceased and each of you as That on 13th day of May 1939 Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. K. 20 E., 3 Acres. years 1929 to 1930 i tf'
agricultural agencies were "Pay as You Use It" "Your Creditis defendants, Case No. 856. will file Petition for Final Discharge The taxes to be sold are evidenced amounting to$106 s"c
I May snow in the State In many by certificate No... 78 and 23 of
estimate immediately the And you each are hereby requiredto as administratrix of said ALSO: N4 of sw' r
years. amount of Good Here. appear, In said milt on June 6th, estate 1930 and 1937 respectively, and represent 26 Tp. R 8. R 22 K 'q ,1\\\.
damage. These be the captions that fill us A. I>. 1939 and thereafter file your Nozzle Strickland Adm'x. unpaid taxes for the year The taxes. to hi "hi ,.. ?,
"Henderson N. C., claimed the "State meterologlsts said the written defenses If any to the bill 4-21 4t 512OTICK 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting by certificate Nos .n" .'VI, ''
record with cheer. of complaint within the time pres''ribed to $37.92. 1930 and 19.11 ..!? '
most It
amazing as snowed, freakish weather extended into resp i 'II .
This be our slogan, who harken ( by law. Herein fall not or > OK .APPLICATION FOIL ALSO: NEVi of NEW Sec. 22 Tp. present. unpaid tax s r", :
hailed and rained there simultaneously Virginia but that most of the rest judgement will be entered. against T\X DKKIIOennle : 6 8. R. 21 E., 40 Acres. 1929 to 1939, both ,!)i'k,',

for 25 minutes. Meteorologists of the Nation had clear and milder and buy. you by default. Bradford County ( Illll No. 111.'!) The taxes to be sold are evidenced mounting to $38.64 '

'' "We pay as we live and we pay Telegraph is hereby designated as NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEN. by certificate No. 49 of 1928 andleprenent Said tax certlflcat. ,",...1,.
who conferred with the weather. the duly qualified newspaper In That Lyman U. Peet holder of Tax unpaid taxes for the years all subsequent oniln.d
as we die. which this notice shall be published Certificate No. 1614 Issued the 7th 1927 to 1939. both Inclusive, a- taxes will be soil '."? ,,

once each week for four consecutive day of August A. D. 1933 has filed -: mounting to $146.74 bidder at the C'ouirh ,
I "?
Children Need More Food Than Adults Buy a new sweeper and "Pay as weeks as provided by law. same in my office and has made ALSOSWVi of NEV4 of NWV4 Sea I Starke on the l 1211, i h,. *7
Witness hand and official 21 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 E., 10 Acres. 1939. at 11:00
You my application for a tax deed to be l issued : o'clock ,\ :v!
Sweep. seal at Starke, Bradford County, The taxes to be sold are evidenced Dated this tht.
thereon. cc. ,1 t
In Proportion to Size, Supervisor Says Buy a new mattress and "Pay as Florida this 4th day of May A. D. Said certificate embraces the following by certificate Nos. 212 and 66S April 1939.tS'FICiAE.. ','

You 1939. described property In the of 1932 and 19.13 respectively andrepresent ( SEAL.. \ i I Tl
Growing children need more FRUITS AND VEGETABLESAt Sleep. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas, County of Bradford Slate of Flor- unpaid taxes for the year. Clerk of Circuit ( ,",",. '
Maybe we'll starve when we're Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford ida to-wit: 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive amounting County. Florida. j.;,"'
food In proportion to their size least four servings a day for County, FloridaT. to 4790. -- 3orleII
old and we're 8 A In 8\V Cor of SW'4 of SEV4 '
than grown-ups, says Mrs. J. L.. each child. In choosing them gray. I Frank Landrum, Attorney for Sec. 14 Tp. 8 K. 11. i2 r:., 8 Acres, ALSO: Com. nt NW 'or of SW'/i % OK mTKvi'ioV"To v
(This Is a world where 'you eat as Plaintiff. 6-5 6t 6-2 more or less of NKi' & Run E 6J 1-3 rods. S AO FOIL NPKtIAI. l.f"I..1.:
Soggard of Jacksonville district consult this list: The assessment. of the said rods. W 5,1 1-.1 rods N 60 rods toBeg. FOIl TIIK (TI'Y 0,.'
prop- NT
supervisor of public health nursing you pay) .VO'lll'K 01" .U"I.I.'TtO'li Foil erty under. the said. certificate Issued Sec. 22 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E, 20 KLOHII> I.
A fruit or vegetable rich in vitamin Maybe we'll starve but "Shout Ion TAX DKKII Acres. NO'I'I'I': OK 1"1'1'1'141\: ,
was In the name of J. H. TO
of the Florida State Board of C: Oranges. grapefruit. tomatoes High <4<"senate' Hill "' ... 1O:|) Lawrence. The taxes to be sold are evidenced FOIt "PK1I\I, IK.M: >
Health and chairman for the May NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN. Unless said certificate shall be by certificate No. 216 and 674 of rOil 'I''''': ('in op N'I
green leafy vegetables, "We'll pay as we live--.we can payas That Lyman U. I'eet holder of Tax redeemed according to law the 1929 and 1913: respectively, and represent KLOIUItt.

Day-Child Health Day observance cabbage tumlps. we die." Certificate No. 618, Issued the 2nd., property" described therein will be unpaid taxes for the years NO'llCE: Is her,.i.\ Klten
I last week. day of July A. n. 1934 has filed sold to the highest bidder at the 1928 to 11131, both Inclusive amounting whom I It may cone ,u, Ia' therslgned >

I "Children need the A vegetable or fruit rich In vitamin -Exchange. mime. In my office. and has made court house door on the flr..tIon- to $91.34 will ilat'i i I''>" .;> 1",'d( ,
most food A and in Iron: Green application for a tax deed to be Issued day In the month of June 1939, ALSO: Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 7 8 of Blk. quest the passage .I! '<|II lal
for their size when they are growIng leafy \Wlllfrl OK MAI.H Oh' TtX thereon. which Is the Mil day of June, 1939. 1 Town of Lawtey W o/ Ry., Sec. lotion for the City i turkr
_ the fastest and when vegetables, other green vegetables ('KHTIPICATKH "I Said certificate embraces" the following Dated this 19th day of April. 1939. 23 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E. ida at the regulai ,it'n
they are yellow vegetables yellow fruits. Notice In hereby given that M. W. described property In the (OFo'JCIAI.8JolAL) A. J. Thomas The taxes to be sold are evidenced 1939 Florida Leglslu I'I\
most active. which Is when they Milan has filed with me written County of Bradford, State of Flor Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty. by certificate No. 22* of 1931, and fix t he term of off, t he 1
are babies and ripe tomatoes. Potatoes: At least r"'lu..Mt| that the tax certificates together ida to-wlt: Florida. 4-21 6t 6-19 represent unpaid taxes for the of Police of said fit!" .no
again when they one serving a day. Another with all subsequent omittedor Lots. 1, 2 of Blk 7 or N'/j! of 8DV4 years 1930 to 19.19!', both Inclusive, beginning with th. "xl t
are in their teens." in Miss Soga- serv- levied taxes held by the Htat of SE'/ Sec. 13 Tp 8 S. 11. 22 E., .NOTICE OK INIKVFION TO APPLY amounting to $13.84. City election held aft,., th, p
ard'a opinion. "That is it Is ing of some kind of fruit or vege- be advertised. and Hold to the high 20 Acres, more or less. KOR SPEd 'I. L":( 1"IATION ALSO: Diagonal Lot 8 Town of of this Act.
why tables every day. est bidder for each as provided by The assessment of the said property KOR THK CITY: OK STAUKB, Lawtey W of Ry Sec. 23 Tp. 6 S. City Council of th" u rfs
o important for them under the said R. 22 E. Florida.
to get the Chapter 18296 of the 1937 act of certificate Issued KLOHIIIA.
proper kinds of food at this time EGGS-One a day for each the Legislature upon the following was In the name of N. T. Sea- NOTICE l Is hereby given to all The taxes to be sold are evidenced by W. M. Edward ""h,
child 'described real estate In the Countyof branch.Unless. whom It may concern that the undersigned by certificate No. 234 of 1931, Attest
and why we are emphasizing the It possible; at least four or Bradford, State of Florida to- said certificate shall be will have prepared and re- and 123: of 1937 and represent unpaid Carl Johns, City i'lc "

Importance of good nutrition." five eggs a week for each young wit: 8K"/i! of SE'4 Sec 25 Tp. 5 8. redeemed according to law the quest the passage of Special Legislation taxes. for the years 1930 to 1.2// 1
It. 20 E.. 40 Acres. property described therein will he for the City of Starke: Florida
I No single! kind of food will build child.MEAT The taxes to be Bold are evldenc sold to the highest bidder at the at the regular session of the '

a strong body nor keep a body OR FISH-once a day. oil by certificate No. 40 of 1933, and court house door on the first Monday 1930 Florida Legislature an Act
: In
ie|>resent unpaid taxen for the the month of June. 1939 approving confirming and validating BOREE FUNERAL HOME
healthy according to Miss Soga- or at least four times a week. yearn 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive which In. the 5th day of June 1939. all compromises abatements -

ard. She says that the United CEREALS AND BREAD-One j amounting to $39.24.ALO Uated this 19th day of April' 1939. nnd special assessment lelns Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies I
: NE% of HEW & All 8KV SEAL) A. J. Thomas for local I m proven, ents.
States Children's Bureau suggeststhe serving of cereal a day for each of NIC'iH of Hoad Sec. 1 Tp 6 8It. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford rebates, refunds, discounts waivers AMBULANCE SERVICE I

following nutrition list for child; bread according to appetiteand I i. 20 IS, 52 Acre*. County. Florida. 4-21 6t 6-18 I and adjustments of taxes; on real DAY AND NIGHT

-1 children. i The taxes to be Hold are evldencpil 'and personal property assessments A3 PHONE.-53O.
growing energy needs. perhaps at I by certificate NOH 12 and 48 of NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOil Including interest. costs and penalties II. BENNETT. Algr.

_ J..IILK--One. and one-half pintsto every meal. I I 1K32 and 1934 respectively and represent TAX UI'UNO'l" thereon levied and assessed upon -
I unpaid taxen for the year \ "B'.ti'lIJWE N*. 103) property In the City of Starke HOl\fE-LIIE INSTITUTION"
one quart a day for each child. SWEETS-For dessert If" appe-! ,*t to 1939! !>, both Inclusive amounting (lIVEN }Florida heretofore effected made TI'

- BUTTER (or oleomargarine tite allows, after the other foods ,j I to 1128.27.AI That Charlie !Mae Johnson holder of and allowed by the City Councilof ,.
that I SO: H 8-4 of SWVi of NE'8 Tai Certificate No. 268, Issued the2nd. the City of Starke, Florida anti|
contains added .
_ vitamin A listed have been eaten. 3.4 of HK'/i of NWV4' less 8 A.. W of day of September A. n. 1935. or by the officers of the said City

at every meal. I I COD LIVER OIL-Kvery day. I ]flinnch & NK4.! of SW'i & NWVi of h.has..H mafA filed.. a nnl sam l..a,In Inn my?.., office n "___ d and*._.!. ,In_ _the_ collection.. .: of_said I taxes, ass-.
w 4 ugg. .snntt Rnu a..e."men,
I l SK"'i less 3 A.. for Deaden Cemetery ..-.f. ; : .pvv.an
to he thereon.Hnld
Sec. 16 Tp 7 S. H. 20 E., 130Acres. I lelns: And authorizing and empow- I SPECIALYOUR
certificate embraces the fol ering the said City Council from -
NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE The taxes to be Bold are evidenced lowing described property In the tlma to time, by resolution motionor
T. J. Grlffia local agent for the by certificate No. 87 of 19.14 and County of Uradford, State of Florida ordinance to compromise. abate '
TOO LATE represent unpaid taxes for the, to-wit: rebate, refund discount compound, CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.. years. 11133 to 1 1939. both Inclusive, SW'/i of SEtf of SWJ4 Sec 25 Tp. waive adjust and settle any and all
calls the attention of the amounting-I to 17037. 1IoI. H. 22 E. 10 Acres, more or less. taxes on real and personal property
TO CLASSIFY the publicto AI..SO.: RN'; of NEV, & All 8WV! The assessment of the said property I assessments and special assessments GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFOR
new train schedule under the said
which '. certificate Issued lelns for local Improvements, Including
of :-I': ; H of Public Itoad & NVfc\ olH1CV f

Or: RUSSELL! KAY went into effect this week. It Acres., Sec 27 Tp 5 S. K 21 K.. 140 Unless was In said the certificate nameof Unknown.shall. lie I penalties any and thereon all Interest lex led ,andlor coalsand TO PAYSmith's

Secretary, Florida Press A..". may be found elsewhere in this Issue The taxes to be Mold are evidenced redeemed according to law the assessed at any time upon property

of the Telegraph. I by certificate No. 87 of 1932, and property described therein will be I In the City of Starke Florida.
represent unpaid taxes for the sold to the highest. bidder at the City Council of the City of Starke.:
court house door on the first Mon Florida.l .
1931 to 19Hi: ), both Garag
Not long ago I was asked to amounting yearn to |12H.2.1. day In the month of June I'll1: l : W. M. Edwards, Its Chairman
take the part of Dr. Quiz in one erl by this average group--some AI.HOSWV: (.r Nt'of HEV4 & which Is the 6th day of June 1939. I Attest:

of these forty men and women--was appal- W'<| of 8KM of $EVi i Sec 21 Tp. 6 Onted this 19th day of April 193OIo'o'Il'IAL \). Cail Johns, City Clerk.
popular and (
questions SEAL) A. J.
I 4-21 Bt /B-t1)!
S. It. 22 K, 30 Acres.The
ling. Nevertheless. it I believe Clerk of Circuit Court of
answer was. Thoma"'j"
progiams. Furthermore taxes to he sold are evidenced -
I County Florida. 4-21
I was allowed to select my own typical of a large percentage by certificate No. 362 of 1912,

questions. of our citizens. Stop the av- find yearn.represent 1931 to unpaid 1939. both taxes Inclusive for the 1:11: riHCTIT COI'HT. IN A'\In i'ole 1IXJi3 oYS5)oooo Facts That Concern :%,e No. 7efa.e"i'

Contestants ranged from 16- erage man on the street and ask amounting to f53.48. lilt tllKOIIU COUNTY. FLOIUIIA.

him to name the members of the ALSO: Com 420 ft N of 8E Cor NOTICE TO DEFENDANT :: __
yoar-old high school students up of HWVi' of 8W4!' & Hun N BO ft.W W. L. HAM --

to mature men and women. In State Supreme Court and I venture Ills ft, S SO ft. i F: 115, ft. to lies: Plaintiffvs. i

to say that nine out of ten Sec 21 Tp. 6 S. It. 23 K, I
the group were two housewives, a Th. taxes to lie. sold are evidenced RUTH 11AMflefentiatit! '

suleHinnn, a farmer a doctor a would not know. Ask the next by certificate. No. 9S1 of 19.J8: T
person you meet to tell you from and represent unpaid taxes for the In The >nme of the State of Klordn TaWREE
railroad man. a school teacher and years 11132: to Hil'l.:!!! both inclusive.n'unting 42reetliiMtTO ; I
a Rroceryman. what source the schools derive % to ,f38.1I.1 : RUTH HAM. whose resldnce -
their revenue. AI.SO-: AIn 8K Cor of a 12 A., .. In. 604 Fuhlla Service Building
It was what might be termedan I Trnot of Kami formerly owned by AshuVllle, N. C.
of They can tell you who Hitleror P. t' Ooodwlne In NP\,., of NI '4 of You are hereby required to appear -I
average group average in N\\"',. Hounded N by Ada. Slacks Lot to the bill of complaint filed '

1 tellfgl'nce-all citizens of Florida Mussolini are but they can't ; :R..". 21 Tp. 6 S. K. :22 K. herein against you on or before
I The taxes to be sold are evidenced Monday, June 6th 1939.
who should
possess a good general name their State Treasurer or j by certificate NOH. 3A4 and 995 It Is further ordered that thin

knowledge of their state. I answer a simple I of 1912 and 19.1.1: respectively and order be published In the Bradford
from question concerning represent. unpaid taxes for the County Telegraph a newspaper. '
Staying away "trick"questions the operation of their own years 1U3I I I to 1113 I ) !), both Inclusive published In said Bradford County \
I began my queries by amountInir $H1.ox. "lorkla. once each week for four *
asking contestants to city county or state government. i A1.HO: KV4:' of NWV\ of SE'i Sec. consecutive weeks.
name a famous :23 5 22 IS. 10 WITNESS hand and official
Dully newspapers. radio and Tp. M. !n. Acres. my
_____J Spring in Marion County ;a The taxes to he sold are evidenced enl this 12th day of April 1939.OFFICIAL .
Florida noted for screen during I the past few years I bv certificate NOH. 291 and 673 ( SEAL) A. J. Thoman.
community the
have made us "world conscious" of 19.10: and 19.1.1: : respectively and I Clerk of Circuit Court. ,
production of celery; another for represent unpaid taxes for they".r. 4-14 6t 512l"
the production of playing up international affairs .. 1929 to 1V31!I. both Inclusive, I
spongesand; a 'I until we are so busy viewing the amounting" to 411.08. : o-l.lc9] APPI.IC\TION FOR !
number of simlllur of TAX hEEl)
question dealing ALHoaw: \ R\VL. of :NWV4:
with Kuropeiin situation with "alarm" Seo. 25 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 1-:., 20 Acres. (Senate Illll No. 1039
geographical locations
_ _
that we have no time to give The taxes to be sold are evidenced NOTICE IS IIEHKKY GIVEN.
and resources of the state I by certificates. NOH. :2&X and 777 That Mrs. Katie Bell Wimberley I
_ The celery thought to our own affairs. Matters of 11/32 and 1933 respectively andrepresent older of li of Tax Certificate No.
stopped '
query I
one here at home that affect our unpaid taxes for the 916 Issued the 7th day of AugustA.
- contestant the sponge query another rears 19.11: t.. 1931! 9. both Inclusive, I). ID:13, has filed same In my of- MILLION DOLLARS*
The high school student dally lives we completely ignore amounting to $49.(5. floe and has made application for II
while we work ourselves into aj ALSO: I.ot 9T Town of I.awtey FJf a tax deed to be Issued thereon. ,I'
was correct with the answer I ', llv. Sec. :S3, 24, 25: 26 Tp. 6 S. Said certificate embraces the folowlnsT .
"Silver beautiful lather over the activities' it. 23 E.. described property In the .
Springs" but hestitated IEDEUI(
of foreign dictators. The taxes to be sold are evidenced (ounty of Bradford State of Florida ,.... ..- .it tXPINDITURt OF
when I asked If she were sure It by certificate No. 246 of 1912 to-wlt: ,. I'J.J. EMERGENCY RWE'' .3M1;

-. vas located In "Marlon" county. While we agree among ourselves I and represent unpaid. taxes. for the Northeast Quarter of Northeast .5--, 1 MA .'J1.-IINEJJ
__ that we have the best years 1931 to I'M', both Inclusive, Quarter Section 10 Township 6 : "
____ Turning to state officials. I governmenton ,amounting, to $17.23. South, Range 22 Unst containing | "a- AS SHOWN IN NArIO AIMUIGNCY

-. had no trouble In getting quick earth and take pride in the AT.HO: Lola 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8, 9. 411 I acres, more or less T ( COUNtl'' IPOAT
fact that we are Americans I 10, II, 12, 13, 14 & W 25 ft of Lots The assessment, of the said property -
answer to the query "Who Is Governor we I Is. 19. 20. 2i. 22 In C. J. Weeks. Sub.l under the auld certificate IKKII- '

_ of Florida?" but three went have little knowledge of that gov- .tlto of 8WV4 of SK'i:' Ex. K 21 ft.. .d wan In the name of Kstelle Old- BEERS NATION-
einment and Individually take lit- I Sec. 1 9 Tl> 78. R. 22 K. ham. | \VIDE -
down when It came to miming the The .taxes to hw sold are evidenced Unless; said rtf'cate! shall be I
Secretary of State. The I I tin interest in Its operation. by certificate No. 1453: of 1913. edeemed according to law, therttperty TAXES..OVER A MILLION
_i Groct'rY-1 .ind represent unpaid. taxes for the described therein will be ,
man knew Jim Lee, but I At this moment the Congress yearn 1932 to 11:19.: both Inclusive old, to the highest bidder at the .

I tell by the puzzled looks on the of the United States in Washington u.itmuntlnu; to $29 20. nurt house door on the first Monay i I DOLLARS A DAY. .
-I I ALSO: font. 70 Yds. W of SF Cor In the month of June, 19.1! | .. .
faces of the housewives that they and) the Legislature of FloridaIn nt Sec l 19 Hun W Nil '(cis, N 70Ydx which I. the 6th., day of June, i /J\ M'<

would have experienced difficulty Tallahassee are assembled toponder K 80 Yds. S 70 Yds to UeK, 1939.tntecl COULD HAVE PAID THIS FIVE YEAR TOTAL 0 uv
- Set.. 19 Ti. 78. It. :22 E.. 1 Acre. this 12th day of April! I JN
In naming the State Comptroller over and attempt to solve
1 The taxes to bo sold are evldenc- 1030. | II
The farmer named Nathan Mayo countless questions affecting the ,-d bv ..rllr."te. No. 473 of 1914 andlepresent OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I .
unpaid, taxes for the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I I hUGE: TAX REVENUES to lift that ,;
_a Commissioner of Agriculture I welfare not only of the state and yearn 19.11! : to 1939. both Inclusive.amotintlnK County, Florida. 4-14 5t 5134OTCM much of the some as beer itself. They want to help jJub

I but he had no Idea in the world I nation but of each individual to $98 II1010 !. I direct burden off YOU. A million NEW jobs. .Anew officials in possible The arno'j'
.\ NKj of SBVi of NW,J A: OK PPIirTION)% FOIl i I I I hundred million dollar every way. !
market et'II
who the General zen. What do anti CHI-I for three .
they "
Attorney mightbe. say S\V, of NKH: S.... :21 Tp_ 7 8 11. T\X ItKKII: enforce laws. But they can-one
A housewife. beaming and much more Concern to you and 22 .:.. 60 Acres mTT\ ;t. Illll >o. 111.1) million acres of farm crops. AND ALL BEoperate I
The taxes to be sold are evidenced I t8 HEREBY lIVEN II .
at the I CAUSE Bl'ER: CAME
confident. named the late D. present moment than BACK.
Cary ly certificate No. 45 of 1914. That W :M. Klrby holder of 2-3 of nt"II
May / ,
ire InoUet
I Laniils. words or actions of some for'u'ign anti represent unpaid' taxes for the Tax; Certificate No. 252. Issued the It JIow can we keep these benefits. "< y ? '
venrn 1933 to 193'1. both Inclusive 11th day of August A. D. 1929. has 'I for you unusual eel f.regulation program *1"JfL"
dictator. .
The question "How much gas amounting to 9S4.97. lied same In my office and has II and for us? Brewers of America realize this United _......

_ tax does a Florida motorist pay We can beat serve ourselves and .\1"-0: 1:11: Acres In 8K Cor of NKV4f made application for a tax deed tobe I' depends on keeping beer Brewers Industrial Foundati"!
on each of ?" <> NWI/. Sec. 21 Tp. 7 8. U. 22: K.. Issued thereon. i I retailing as whole40th Street. New York N. Y.
gallon gas brought a our country by familiarizing ourselves 12 Acre. SaId certificate embraces the following -I I

variety of answers. Asked "who I with our own problems; becoming The taxes to be sold 1 are evidenced described. property In the I I
by certificate No. lt9 of I41J ounty of Bradford. State of Flor- : I
appoints members of the Legislature -I informed as to the l Rllf'r
- mid represent unpaid taxes for the! da. to-wit: '\to
?" one contestant promptly thoughts activities and actions of I yearn I'IJ3: to .'''19. both Inclusive, Went Half of Southeast Quarter BEER..a .
answered I amounting to 3937. of Northwest Quarter of Section 14, beverage of moderationPAGE .;
"The ;
Governor. Threepervons our own leaden; helping them encouraging Al.stv: : l..ots t, I. 3. 4. S. 6, 7 of Township 6 South. Range 22 } .:: j 1
confusing Federal and them and showing an Illk 4 Temples Add, to Starke In containing 20 acre. more or 1....aet'l HL I I' I

State, thought Florida had an InCome understanding and NKV of NW'4 Part of WVi of The assessment of the said ..-
sympathetic said certificate Issud I -
S"V: of Uy. NK Cor of SEV4 rty under the -- ----- -
_ Tax. Interest in affairs affecting our ,.r NWI, Sec 211 Tp. 8 8.' K. 22 1-:. was In the name of C_ L. Peek. I I I '- --- = ;;;. c.,
.. bo sold evidenced Unless said certificate shall be -== ---=: -;: -. =- .. -
_ The luck of knowledge evlden daily live The t. to are -. =-- -.. .- ._. = ,- -=. --0"-
tbe ,
by certificate No. 2U and 1134 redeemed according to law -It _" -_ _1t foI /

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... ttIY '12 1939. BRADFORD COtSTTELEGRAPII. fi.T.un: .. ..._... FLO t ....
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tension VetoesThree Cone Asks "Where Is I
,i Measures bright leaf tobacco industry In C. E. Crawford and on, Junior
in i'I L North Florida. were visiting the bedside of Mrt-

Tallahassee L When Speaker Wood of the Crawford in Jacksonville
-- Governor Fred Money Coming From ? SundayMr.
Now In 25th I P. Cone has! vetoed three bills ... House said appropriations were and Mrs Joe Haddock ,'of
providing for Callahan Sunday here
spent with
payments by the -- made In answer to "demands"
I State to relatives of three Tarpon I Increasing Mr. and Mrs. L M. Mm -he.-
WARNS OF from the Governor Cone
Farmers and their I Springs fishermen who were public. :Mr. and Mrs J. L. GiiHkma of
t Has Brought and elsewhere have dered In the Cedar Key city Jail : TAX INCREASE lions WilllJlean Sales said proposed Increases In the gen- Water Oak were visiting fi 1 ipnda,

gram Bellefits to depend upon the county In December, 1932. Tax, lie Says eral appropriations bill were "In and relatives of this section: Sunday
Ianu for counsel and "Our I = answer to demands from the fel- afternoon.
Supreme Court has decided Tallahassee New and increased
Growers cerning many rural Tallahassee Governor Cone I low who's living on the general
time and again that the Stateof taxes will be necessary if the Harmon Hodges and Miss Edna
at 'hts a the irked since Mr. McClane came Florida Is not liable for unlaw- I House of Representatives con- told key legislators Monday that appropriations bill and wants a Johns of Jacksonville were visiting -

1 ,b\: shy anniverSary of ford County three ful or criminal acts of its officers tinues passing measures appropriating he wanted them to "think where little more." at the home* of Mr. and Mrs.

1r r rj Extension Service andell many worthwhile ," the Governor said.T. I t money Representative HarI the money ts coming from and The teachers' retirement bill, R. N. Crawford Saturday afternoon
ra1 I celebrated locally come to farmers which i rell of Hamilton don't put taxes on the common which he has not yet acted upon ,
was W. Brewer, chairman of the
4-H Club; picnic InaUnlon otherwise have been peace and Thomas justice Booth, of a con-the I important Finance and Taxation man"' in making appropriations. was passed, the Governor sold, .

i'..1 County Joined Brad'n The following is a brief stable, were convicted of Committee warned his colleagues. Mention of a general sales tax "upon demand from blg-hlgh-pi
t .1.i afternoon's outing at of some of the most gree murder for first de- This admonition came from the I. by Senator Westbrook, chairman ed fellows, and not from the pub HEART D1SKASK TOLL UI'
burning to death
Deaths from heart disease in
..i Branch State Park near phases of the agent's the three fishermen had I Jasper attorney and veteran legislator I of the Appropriations Committee lic.
'. Head they ar- the United States have increased
) during the past three : I rested and placed in Jail. They during discussion on the as a revenue source that would be The Legislature already has 73 percent since 1900.
i the Silver work total of $21,000 paid to are now serving life sentences In passage of a firemen's pension substituted for various others, voted' about Jl.MO.OOO In appropriations
'1 ofthe Extension under the Soil the State prison plan that would require about brought quickly from the Governor Governor Cone said and BUS SCHEDULE

:1 .rt to mind that Bradford gram; 23,000 head of The Legislature I $65.000 a year out of the State's : about $350,000 of these have been North Round f

':: UM had seven farm agents cinated for cholera and ; providing for passed of bills general revenue fund for the benefit "Then you would be putting it signed. "I Just wanted to talk to Leave Starke: 2:45: : a. m., 12:35p. :

11 five home demonstration 4-H Clubs reorganized at each to the widows.payment It 3.500 these I of employes In organized municipal on the man least able to pay." you," he told the legislators, m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6-13

I this valuable service Lawtey, Hampton, and ; bills which Cone was I fire departments. Governor Cone repeatedly has "about. where the money in coming p. m., 10:15: p. m.South .
,\ rmer inaugurated in demonstrations governor vetoed : from to meet these
i was I appropria
Speaking against the firemen's said he would
r The Governor also vetoed a bill not approve a en lea tions." Bound

,, agents will be re- mold ed on control tobacco; cooperation grading cancelling a $30,000 loan made by pension bill. Representative Har- tax.Three --.-- Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20:
e county the State Road rell said appropriations already senators and three representatives -
0 L. Mizell InC establishment of a State Departmeut to a. m, 2:20: p. in., 8:20: p. m
follows made by the Legislature and HOOTSEY'S
u Glades County for signed visited the Governor at BEACH
i i'j highway
i in 1917 and 1918; Market and repairs 1'cat Hound to TulUihOHtw
D Gunn cooperative into law by Governor Cone
after the 1926 hurricane. a- his request to discuss mounting MN Kfric Crawford, Cor.
xier in 1919 and 1920; R. gin; establishment of a mounted to $335,000. The House appropriations for which revenues Leave Starke: S.SO: p. m. arrive '
'ard 1926; T D Rlckenback1928 auction (the first in ) I Governor Cone also vetoed a and the Senate have voted $700- have rot been provided. They got Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Crawford Starke 12:35 p. m.

and t929; L. T. Dyer gross receipts of $15,000 bill to pay $612.65 to M. E. Deckerof I 000 more, and the Senate has add- three definite ideas from him. of Evergreen spent' Sunday herewith For free pick-up service i with.

with Union County) from ers the first year. In I Fort Pierce for illness of his ed $380,000, but the House has not 1. Increased intangibles taxes. Mr anti Mrs. A. Johns. in city limits) phone Lacy Con-

fihrough 1933.: and T. K. Mc- these services. Mr. son Larry Earl, caused It was : acted upon this measure 2. Increased race track taxes for Mrs Mary Reddish la visiting way agent.
through the present date. ducted the county claimed by an infection, resulting the benefit of the State
t I "If we continue to make special
I home demonstration agents routine of duties of from "compulsory" vaccination.Said 3, Strict of school
appropriations, Representati v e accounting t
..., been: Mrs Emma Waldrup growers with their the Governor: Harrell asserted "then we will funds so that a county will not ,., Il Mi s Margaret Burleight in amount of money, still the principle than tt to teacher VA-- I
taxes to provide the money and actually pays a rp!
a I ud 1918: Miss Flora Glower DOATDRAIN is there and if this precedent when you start voting (taxes there Solon. Noncommittal 1I4 I
It and Miss Pearl Jor- should be time ..1J
IB 1919': < established every The legislators made definite
( Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, I will be a yell from every nook of no II.
,jointly with Union County) the State Board of Health thought this ?Cfoto.?..?. rntvimltmavitaVa'1l.________.________. __ .. rift the hAd -
.1 1 1929 through 1932. There Miss Thelma Prevatt is any of its agencies went to the as- I I. The firemen's bill we can," said Went brook. ) ,, ..w'v; .v -- M

[ been no home agents here ing a few days this week sistance of the public's health it pension pro- Cone said the State would benefit r- -.. '\
I poses to take money from the Insurance SHEHWIN-WILLIAMS
that date sonville with her uncle would be liable for damages. materially by higher Intangiblestaxes { "' } WITH
Polish the extension service Mr and Mrs. D. Boree. A legislative act which gainedthe < premium taxes now paidto which he proponed to produce I

I'iclally! only 25 years old de- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Governor's approval appropriates the State supplementing II with by making assessments on n HOUSE

atlons in better farming, Miss Juanita Priest are I $250,000 to help finance two per cent contribution. by fire- 100 per cent valuation Instead of : SWP PAINT
from their salaries.MERPFEXAMS.
the late, great Dr. Florida's exhibit at the World men
!Cd by relatives in Tampa this 50 per cent basis now used.

,III A. Knapp were Inaugur- A large crowd attended Fair in New York.KEYSTONE. Ho estimated the race tracks i 'j C

ffl Texas in 1904, and In Flor- cream supper given at could< provide< $1,000,000 if the good painting weather
,, Iil909, However the Smithy of Mr. and Mrs. Arch ARTIST WILL BE HELD State took the so-called "odd- 31 "Now is what I House
Act which set up the pre- Saturday night.MALARIA cents" break from pitrt-mutuelH { What's more, Sherwin-Wildiia amt kind

1 system of federal, state, and DIES MAY 1 -- pools and added 1 per cent to the is, what call pride In his Ob.
, The next merit system examina-
17" cooperation to demonstrate DH.VTIIS ; I taxes now collected: and distributed Pint makes a painter take
tions for who desire to < painting
ftr farm and home methods Deaths from malaria Charles H. Clarke, well-known applicants equally among counties f' tha\ Spring, house ,
I for social service Head
jjiot passed by Congress until the United States have artist, and resident of Keystone qualify positionswill I lie estimated the State could Better taourSew* your local Paint
, )I be held on August 26, accordIng '
, 1 8, 1914 61 percent since 1900. Heights, died at River Junction on 'reduce Its public school contribu job ot Vou'll tind jSet address below
I to an announcement
May 1. He was 86 years of age today by tions by about $2,000,000 a yearIf Quarters man. how you can paint now
and had been in poor health for : the State Welfare! Board. It tightened up on distribution And ask him, too, Sherwin.Wiiliamsr
FUNERAL DIRECTOR The deadline for under
filing applica- monthly
almost a year. and gave n county no more thanit "
!!Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Born In Crawford County, Pennsylvania tions was announced as July 15 actually pays to a teacher In Payment Pian.l'4 .
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE considerable time being required -.4,, \.
Mr. Clark had lived at some Instances, he Bald, some
PRICES since 1921. He had after applications are in for a I
Keystone teachers are paid small amounts, '
DeWITT C. JONES I studied< art both in New York complete check-up of educationaland nnd others are paid $1,200 to $1- ".

Starke, Florida City and abroad and specialized in I'' other qualifications. I 300 but using the differenceThe 4/
the painting of landscapes. His Application blanks may be ob- Governor made no commitment r

exhibits had won several prizes in I tained at any of the twelve dla- about a proposal by Senator r

TO THE PUBLIC Florida and also in the North. I 1 trlct welfare officers, or from the I Holland< chairman of the Finance
The is survived state office. Applicants are required -
deceased by Committee for increasing real wy., .ha. i
"nway's Service Station uses only the best J"r two sisters Mrs. ,V. H. Ogden to fill out new application estate taxes by one mill to financethe

when greasing your automobile and Mrs. E. D. Mowry both of blanks for the current examlna- '! Confederate pension fund

"jr 14 vears of experience has taught us that a Keystone Heights. tion in duplicate and to mail these |j Holland said he believed the Legislature 0 6
to the State Welfare Board
Funeral services were held at 3 would support such an Increase -
ed customer is a business' best advertisement and o'clock Wednesday afternoon, May Jacksonville. || -.
''st t to customer is to him R. C. BUFORD Dealer
way satisfy a give
i 3, from the Keystone Heights Those who successfully stand j| Senator Holland brought out
jality products and service AT ALL TIMES. Church, with the Rev. W. Moffatof the examinations will constitute a ,! that Governor COD opposed any 228 I:. CALL STREET STARKE.J : l-'LA.
BEST QUALITY GREASING AT :MOST Penney Farms officiating. Hat\ of eligibles from which appointments cigarette tax and the Governor Maid

REASONABLE I'ItICESCONWAY'S Burial was In the Keystone as visitor, unit supervisor -

Heights Cemetery under< the direc- and district director may be
I i ','
tion of DeWtll C. Jones. made, as vacancies occur. -

CONWAY, Prop. Pall bearers were John Houser, i .
As the result these tests /53
I Homer, Elmer Smith, D. have for district ,
persons qualified I = r'
Stewart, Clyde Pangborn and director, 130 fur unit supervisorand Of These : :

Carr. 1,094 for visitor. .1

I BROOKER. ing Any application person interested blanks miry in obtain-do so I L Features 1. OIAR IX' CL'U"SHIFT..IV'I VAC-U.UM"

\ L. I. (I'arkcr CorrenpondentFanners by writing to, or caling at the h I
District Welfare Board Offices In I. NIW AUO-/TRIAM Ifn.
Arc "Smiling Gainesville I'nUtka: or Green ? < INO, NIW tODIM >ra.

0 During the past few weeks the Cove Springs i PI/NIB.
here have been very busy I NIW LONOII RIOINO.ASI. .
'fr$1Or M their crops The bean produc TOWNSEND CLUB .
f is the best ever experienced r--
here This community NEWS ITEMS I 4. IN-HIAO M-HORSIPOWIR six VALVI.A .

handled around 50,000 pack- -

i rO of produce, ,divided approxi- Mr and Mrs Henry Fifer, who I z.:_-. I. MRFICMO HYDRAULIC

as follows: ....000 Beans; were elected by the local Townsend y HAKIS.
squash, 1.000 potatoes and Club as delegates to the national i 9 3 r 6. NIW "OISIRVATION
1 Zi cucumbers, 10 far. Cucum- convention In June wish tot I a' CAR" VIllilLITT.

a are Just beuinning to wppear. announce that they appreciate and '
Lima beans are looking thank the club for the honor, but 1. I 7. MRFICTIO IeNII.ACTIONIIDINO

all the I time, and are hur- decline, stating/ that they do not r Qrylr ROVID ST1TIM SHOCK'ROOrTIIRINO. WITH IM.

i to maturity. The farmers want to accept the money for expenses (AvaHahl. M
ft I4 ere are wearing bigger smiles from each member. They Matter Oe li>jr. mod.l.nly. I Ie.
/ r /
r they have in yearn and can have returned the registration fee .,

ou blame them7 advanced to them from individu TURRIT TO*.
Mills Mildred Morgan Is spend- als. Mr. and Mrs. Fifer think iii A I
) 1 1I 1I 1j a few days with Mr. and Mrs. that Florida will have sufficient 9. FRONT-IND TAIIIIZI.

0 I : B Coition, but will return soon representation without delegatesfrom 10. NO DRAFT VINTI1ATION.
r :> her home in Tampa. the Starko Club

Many white und red rose buds The Secretary' of the Club ,requests I 11. HAND IRAKI MOUNTID
be worn Sunday In memory that the business houses

StO f Mothers both ilead and living. 'and all dellnqtit lit and new mem 12. STNCRO.MIIH TRANS.
{ +t who have our mothers should (I'I'Ive hers dues be paid at once All j / / / fi / / : ''r MISSION

thanks and in some way ,Club secretaries must make reports t a. TIPTOI-MATIC' CLUTCH.

1 show her we are thankful, to National I Headquartersafter Take a look at the unequaled ...Ie. record of Inn new 1939 C.hai"rolet
e only on this Hpeclal day butvery each nuellngrand! Mrs Flfei -then tAke a look at the unequaled list of f:h vrolt quality IXCLUSIVI ROX.aiROIR
ti day. Mothers Day will bedbserved :,thinks it unnec'SHnry and em- features shown at the right There's a direct connection CHASSIS FRAMI.

4 Frs Sunday with a special I j barassinff: to have to report the between the two? 19. DUCO PlNtSH I S.
1 In the Baptist church I :Starke, Club in arrears Chevrolet I I. hailing all other makes o/ can in taint fur the
i members will beiven I i eithlh time In the last nine yean!' vlllnit at the rate of a car 14. HT'OIO-OIAR RIAR AXLIoyery
: F k Visiting --- BRIDGE forty seconds of every twenty-four-hour day-because It AND TORQUI-TUII ORIVI.
eft 1 a cordial welcome. LONG i the only car that brlnftn you all of these modern feature at
R t 17. DltCO-RIMT '
4 ah Douglas Hazen Ovid Lewis and :Maw Ronnie II. Turner, 'or. such low cost) IIOHTINO STARTING,
Hazen spent last week- You want the car that gives you the most for your money
t at home here They are'orklng A larpe: crowd attended the you want, the car that Is first In sales Brit In Taluei, you want and scores of other i j ja I
,. In Tallahassee during the Church of God convention at new 19J9 Chevrolet Better w. your Ch.rrol.tdealertoday
Important feature 1 '
1 Pleasant Valley Sunday.

PiCK 2 CROUP B PICI( I We are sorry to report that better.lit- Mrs Pierce Crews and little Every 40 seconds of every day, JI: ::
I Royace A. Gainey Is no ,son Spencer and S. C. Crews of

tJAII''Q : wish him a speedy recovery. ,the State Farm were dinner guestsof ii Somebody buy a new Chevrolet/ A 0 NMA1 MOTOII VALUe J
QAller.u 6oA: ,. .".".8 moo American Poultry Journal.I J spent
and Mrs. P. A. Crosby Mr and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday -
t B :Mr.
100000ia; ......8 mos. Breeder i Caiette ... J JC1overleaf Den -
Herald' week-end with their SOD __ --- 1
t:Itooot. .. ... 0 Americas R.vitw..1 1 lit : _
UHOI1eholdM"d.'ectl't' .2mos. 0 Farm Journal-Farmer Wife and family in Avon Park. We are sorry to report that J

g IIcCaJ"I" M, ....,2 yes. 0 Good Stories ... ., ,I You are Invited to attend our }Henry Gibson Is III at hU home. All Chevrolets Are hipped to Florida _
\lode" R gulnt..,....1 DHome Circle ..... -, .. .} night prayer meeting
Op,. a"e.a ......,' 0 Horn Friend . + church. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gay Moody and
Pi'....h+d I Ioyt 1 .......1 'I". HoBiehoW Magu n..1 the Baptist children of Starke were visiting!
.1 is held every Sunday morn- NOT DRIVEN So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW"
c..P1IW1IId 'lgaz'nt..6' mol. 8 Horn Art-Needlecraft' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns Sunday -
1], : ( ) .1" Leghorn World .. .. .. . .1 i at 10 o'clock and church aft- .
4i.nevStc. +rmer. ...,.. .4,,.. D Nat I Live Stock Producer .1 rward 1
,' ., ,1 Aid will R. J. Turner and son, R. J. Jr. I
-' Ioot'l .....1 0 Plymouth Rock Monthly The Brooker Ladies
00 SoIr.. Ser, ....,....1 yr. O Progre.i"' Farmer . .... .1.2 l a barbecue on the ball court were business visitors to Gainesville TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
1a6"t! Agrkul..l )1''. P Rhode Wand Red Journal. Cotson'a store on Saturday, :Monday
.... .2
R e "" ,ra. Souther* AerinltUfilt be sold fromp. John Crews of the State Farm
'-1\' COnrrnionr ....... S Successful Farming ...."'l 20. Plates will a few day with bid\ h
w"yWorld .,,,.....2yyn. D Woman's World ...".". I cordially. IlL until Invited.10 p. m., and everyonei aunt U pending Mr. Rhoda Dowling. STARKE, FLA.


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Entertainment Features At May Breakfast ''Club Members Enjoy dleton Mrs. acted J. M. as Brownlee secretary, Mrs.pro-tern S. E. W.State L Wall, MtH I "o-

Musical Treat Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. Wall and Fain \i
___ Mrs. [\
-- Members of 'the St. Cecilia Clubof Mrs. J. E. Wilson will be hostesses Darbyi I

ocjetflJ 1---[ : St. Augustine were guest for the spend-the-day party at. Amelia Ferryman Ray M' ''',.IIt." .

i artists Wednesday afternoon at Kingsley Lake on Wednesday, Beasley and Mr Mi, '; ,'th.w',
I pje the Woman's Club meeting, which June 7. \l>rtrtletolJI :

was opened by Mrs. K. G. Dun- As a historical review, Miss

Phillips-Jordan Woodmen Circle can, the newly elected president. Olive Ray talked about the early ,
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns chairman of and later history of Savannah
Mr and Mis L B Jordan of Officers Five
of the -
citizenship, had charge program Ga.
this City announce the marriage of' of the Woodman Circle I and announced the nunr&ers. }
to Ernest During the social half-hour the
their daughter Pauline
were entertained by the guardian, Bright-hued gladioli, Queen OLD AGE ,ACcj
E: guests admired the large varietyof
Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs.
F Phillips, also of Starke, on Mrs. W. I* Andrews, Tuesday I Ann's lace, stately Easter lilies spring flowers which the host- TOTAL DISABII

August 14, 1938 In DeLand, The night at 8 o'clock. The living radiance roses and daisies and, arrang-I esses had placed to advantage In SICKNESS.'!,tEA
marriage waa performed In the I room and dining room of thehostess' ed in used floor decoration the lower floor of this home. As-
presence of a few Intimate friendsMrs. were as sisted by Mrs. O. L. Haynes, the
home were brightened by auditorium.

Phillips was graduated the use of Easter lilies and pink Music lovers of Starke were de- hostesses served a tempting salad I .N..Mh.,Mtrr
from the Bradford county High fine course. 1fAROLD C
lighted with the exceptionally WALL
'school the class of '39 where she poppies.The the St. Cecilia The Chapter was pleased to haveas
given by
was a popular member of the meeting was opened by the .... ... Club program, accompanied at the piano by a guest, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. I Reliance Life Insurance c,
set. president Mrs. Lois Mayes, aftera Members Mrs. L. G. pany of
younger _.to Prof. L. P. Oviatt, organist and present were PitUbwg
Mr. also memberof short business session Mrs. -. ;-... Powell, Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs.
Phillips was a '- ."". choir director for Flagler Memorial -
Jerry Moore gave a reading, "A .: ... ,
the 1939 graduating claaa of 44 d Church In St. Augustine. The
Child" and the benediction
B. H. S. At present he is employed Little ,
sold Wesley Ronald Andrews Pictured above Is the traditional program
In the A. & P. grocery store. was by a COMEDIENNE Voice-"With Cerdure Clad," CANDYfor
Pole dance which
Jr. Several unusual game May was
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are making were enjoyed. delightful feature of the May i The Creation, by ,Mrs. Hood.
their home at the home of his I Breakfast here last week j Piano-"Prelude and Fugue In
were Mrs. L. given
parents on Madison Avenue. Officers present by the Woman's Club. The colorful I| b minor" (Bach) "Intermezzo" MOTHEROf
D. Green, Mrs. E. J. Flynn Mrs. Mansford.
(Brahms), by Miss
Pole event
May was 8tagedunder
Eastern Star To Meet Vonda Inrrtan, Mrs. LoIs Mayes, I Voice-"Do not Go, My Love"
the direction of Mrs. R. J.
Mrs. C. J. Powell, Mrs. P. S. Denmark -
(Hageman), "Lonely" (Margaret course, even a commonplacebox
Davis and the dancers seen
The regular business and social Mrs. Ethel Chambers, Mrs. '
above include: Ida Lulu and.Marjorie Cantrell), by Mrs. Stegman. of Candy would please
meeting of the Order of the East- Ira Wilson, Mrs. J. L. Goodman, I Piano "Romance" (Sekllns),
Mrs. Davis, Fay and Mary Alice because of the senti"i'
Mrs. Brady Bryant, Jerry Mother M
ern Star will be held Monday by Mrs. Zeigler.
night beginning at 8 o'clock at the Moore, and Mrs. Florae McKinney.The Frances Yarbrough Colley, Betty, Virginia Jean Sewell Wade,, Voice-(a) "Winds In the ment of the gift. But if you

Masonic Hall. All members are hostess was assisted by Gloria Buford, Alice June Hard- South" (Scott), (b) "GardenIdly" present her with a box of Nun-

urged to attend by Mrs. W H. Mrs, Mayes In serving the guests ing, Evelyn and June Hall, Freddie (Odley Speaks), (c) "Will nallys and Gales she'll be simply "

Hart Secretary strawberry shortcake and coffee WttnhArlov_ Nina. Bishop. TT1. O'the Wisp" (Spross), Mrs. Hood. .
-------; ate I Green; :-Colette Green- ; n ;;- i 1 Greetings from Mrs. Montgomery delighted. It's always a welcome x'' *;

ice Thomas, State President of Music Mother's Day gift. r.f, k
Clubs, by Miss Rowley of St. Au-
The striking young lady who
poses so gracefully at right is Miss gustine. SI'ECIALLYBOXED 1
L. A. Canova.
Response, by Mrs.
Dolly Lamb who has been the entertainment -
Voice "The Vain Suit"
"discovery" of the
(Brahms* and "Good night"
season in Starke. Making her
: (Ruknstelnj, by Mrs Stegman. $1.00 Ib. up _
several weeks ago in the
Piano "Asturias" (Alkenlz)
Rotary Club minstrel, Miss Lamb
and "Mallaguena" (Allecuona), by
was an Instantaneous smash hit as
Miss Mansford.
she sang her grotesque version of
During the social period the
- "You Must Have Been a Beautiful -
hostesses served dainty sandwiches -
Baby." At the May Break- \ Y,
and iced tea. Hostessesfor
500 NEWLADIES' fast last week she repeated herol'lglnal
the afternoon were Mrs H C.
triumph when she -
SILKDRESSES r as "Aunt Fannie" and appeared sang i Ritch Mrs. H. H. Young, Miss
Rubye Lilley, Mrs. R. E. Hazen,
"Take Me Out to The Ball Game."
r Mrs. Lloyd Green. Mrs. J. W. pti
Come on, fellows. Don't all speakat
once. Morgan, Mrs. A. E. McKinneyand

Sizes J.I i to 52 Mrs. Earl Sealing

... .
SALE PRICE HendricksCroftThe U. D. C. Chapter Met

marriage of Mrs. Hazel Olive Gause of Macclenny gave an I Wednesday AfternoonThe

$1.95BEAUTIFUL L.j Klckllter Croft to Albert Wendal interesting talk and in conclusion W. T. Weeks Chapter,

; Hendricks was solemnized Satur- invited the Federation to meet at United Daughters of the Confederacy ,SJ

-- day, May 6, at a ceremony taking Macclenny in November. was entertained Wednesday

NEW place in the Methodist Church In After adjournment a delightful afternoon, May 3, at the home of
ASSORTMENT LADIES' o Atlanta, Ga., In the presence of a II social hour was enjoyed at which Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, See Our Window Display for Candies

few intimate friends. time the hostesses served delicl- with Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. and other giftsCARPENTER'S

SUMMER HATS Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks will C'ts refreshments of ice cream and Beasley and Miss Madge Middleto -

make their home in Atlanta, cake. as the hospitable hostesses.The .

98c to $1.95 where Mr. Hendricks is connected DIPHTHERIA-:--- chaplain, Mrs. A M. Darby,
a Cs t: with the Government Secret Serv- led in the opening prayer and
ice department. I' from Diphtheria In the presiding was the president, Mrs.

--- --: 4p" Mrs. Hendrlcks, Is the daughter United States have decreased 95 E. K. Perryman, in the absence \I THE REXALL STOREAnnouncement

,of Mrs. MlrianUKlckliter of this ,percent since 1oo(). of the secretary, Miss Madge Mid-i
WHITE. TAN AND + I city and has many: friends here "

WHITE TRIMSANDALS 'k >. who will learn with Interest of

her marriage.

Mrs. Adkins PresidesAt

Federation Meeting

LOW OR HIGH HEEL Mrs. A. Z. Adkins) president of .
the Bl-County Federation of Worn:

Pair an's Clubs, presided at the semi- We of it had but
.; are sort sorry to happen, ":
$1.98 h\ annual meeting held In the Wom- '

an's Club building In Lake Butler owing to the growth of business have
Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock our we

In the absence of Mrs. M. F. .,.a "'. found it to to larger
NEW STYLE WITH BELT Brown, treasurer, the minutes of 4 necessary move newer -
1" ,! ._ *..... .
the previous meeting were read
M' BOYS' PANTS by Mrs.. Eugene L Matthews. The -headquarters .
treasurer's report, was given by
4, Mrs. Marcus Howard.

Assorted Patterns The club auditorium was at- ...>. .

I Sizes to 18 tractively decorated with arrange- .,:...,.-J... ,.;,
J: '
ments of Spring flowers. :
Mrs. Joe Hill Williams! of Lake

98c to $1.25 Butler gave the welcoming ad- ; T''I
dress and Mrs. K. O. Duncan of 'I '
:.rBess's\ .;
Starke gave the response. .
The annual report of the Worth-

t{':' MATCH ington Springs Club was made by

Mrs. Albert Miller; the Lake \ Call \

ler club report by Mrs But-I f *" 'r j. -
59c Maines; and the Starke report by H E.
y ) Mrs. L. A. Canova { : 1 1 2 jo tficeS

.---- .- .. Mrs. Adkins Introduced Mrs. L. **; ,-.: r'm l'ost \
\, ;
LIGHT OR DARK MEN DON'T FAIL TO F. Chapman of the State Farm, '?'r"rry: \ A.c1' FLORIDA. r,

PATTERN-MEN'S SEE OUR NEW LINESPORT sectional vice-president of Section E 1- ',
Four and Mrs D. P. Carpenter, '. J '
:j : 5'1' ;;
SUMMER SUITS SUITSSizes State Chairman of Education. Mrs. YKI .''.. ',II ',.
Chapman and Mrs. Carpenter had : .
3 t to 48 All Brand New Styles to be seats of honor near the president's of .

Regulars and Stouts Sold at chair during the meeting. The officers i
of the Federation also
were '
$6.95 to $14.95 $1.95 to $2.95 Introduced.Mrs. We do not hesitate at taking this opportunity

Adkins' appointed Mrs. J,
E. Malnes of Lake Butler, Mrs. L. to thank YOU for the part have
you played in
ASSORTED STYLES AND BEAUTIFUL I.ADlES'cOl.ons A. Canova of Starke, Mrs. Albert .- '

SILK SLIPS Miller of Worthington Springs and -. / assisting us to grow to the extent that made the
Mrs Hodges of Macclenny on the .

HAND BAGS committee to revise the bylawsof change possible and
Sizes to 50 t- \ necessary and
the federation In order that ,, we implore

98c to $1.95 59c to 98c Macclenny will be able to Join. to tie
you a string around
-- un -- Mrs. T M. FUherd. chairman of your finger to remind
OVER :too CHILDREN'SD program presented the following

R E S S E S ,7 to 14 years 59c program Piano :solo Jackie Roberts, you of our change of address, and this invitation

INFANTS'. DRESSES 25c: to 98e Worthington .Springs. to stop and visit with us at your earliestconvenience.
Reading-"I Ain't Gonna Cry

Extra SpecialALL No More" Mary Sue McGUl. .

Dance-Kaspar Duncan and Dot-
tie Sue Biggs, accompanied at the Mrs.: W. B. Mundy
$1.89 pair piano by Mrs. K. G. Duncan.

.-- Vocal solo--Where My Caravan Mrs: A. H. Johns
--- ---
Has Rested" Mrs. W, H. Lee, Lake
Trade at Alexander's and save. Everything Butler, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Miss Johnnie Russell

New Hill Williams, also of Lake Butler.
and Up-To-Date. Satisfaction Guar- ,
Reading "The Value of a '-

anteed. Starke's Leading Dry Goods Store. Smile," (Nesblt)-Mrs. Eugene L. REMEMBER 1 128 E. CALL STREET -AFTER
Matthews. MAY 1 15TH

Dance -- Miss Myrtlce\ Butler,

Alexander & Co. Worthington Spring, accompanied cntngaBnaBmnmBrenaBmBnaanmatmaaLEILA9
by Mrs. Wilbur Brown also of

Worthington Springs. S BEAUTY PI NE

B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr. Lake Chorus Butler--"Southern Choral Club.Medley" SALON

Following the program Mrs.j

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..m4Y. 1114 p" __ _--_.-" _. BRADFORD COU3VTY n TELEGRAM, STARKE., FLORIDA _., __ 'n
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I Mr and Mrs. W. H. Struth, Miss Mrs D. J. Byrd and daughter,,, I -- --
Members of the Starke Woman'si Ice course to her guests.
Kate Struth and Elmo Struth attended I 1 O Dun-
Mrs. R. R. of
Jones Tampa werguests i ,, Club attending the Bi-County Fed- I
homecoming in Waldo Those present to enjoy ..
i I of. friends and relatives I eratlon meeting in Lake Butler Car'J 3caslcv,
Bits of Sunday here the first part of the week. Monday afternoon were: Mrs. A. hospitality were: Judge and Mi
iI A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs.
I '-- Z. Adkins, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, and Mrs
i I iI Mr. and Mra. W. II. Struth Mrs. P. E, Cunova, Sr., spent Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. E. L. Demurest. Mr. and Mrs. niKga); Mi
Miss Kate Struth and E. R. Struth several days this' week in Jack Biggs. Mrs. L. A. Canova Miss ', Long. Mr. and Mrs. D P. *

IDeal Nev attended Homecoming in Waldo I sonville! with her son and daugh Lois Adkins, and Mrs. Eugene L.

Sunday I ter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Matthews. I!
I ,
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. Roy Edwards and Miss! Canova. i

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Lucille Edwards will leave Sunday I I Mr. and Mrs: E. L. Williams I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russel and r
PROGRESS daughter Jane of Dyer Tttan..
for New !
York ]
attend the and family are enjoying a week's
World's' Fair. I II I vacation at the summer home of and spent while the here past had month an apartment in Starke i! Congratulations

.......-I I Mrs. s'. P. Judge and Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins on at the residence of Col. and Mrs.D. i
and ion, Lake.
Manning spent Wed- :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Broadway of Pltner, left this week for Jacksonville Kingsley E. Knight. Mr. Russel Isj! To Mothers Everywhere
pearl -
Beachty Waterloo, Iowa are guests of Mr. I \ where Pitner manager of the B. C. Jarrtll Co.,
Daytona underwent a Mr. and Mrs George A. Anderson
laY at -- and Mrs. A. H. Johns. of Humboldt, Tenn., buyers of and especially
---- Atlanta, Ga., tonsilectomy.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep fruits and vegetables. I i
Parks of person, Jr., spent Sunday in Jack-
aryant Or and Mrs W. B. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. Our Bradford Mothers
guest of L. A. Davis will sonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I County
;be spent a few days the first of the spend Mother's Day in Fernandina I i I I R. L. Erper on. Mrs. Maurice Edwards and lithe

:U week In Atlanta, Ga. with Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. daughter. Carolyn, returned

T U will meet with Mary A. Davis. Tuesday from Jacksonville '
C Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter ,
!. A. Scott this afternoon at Mr. and Mrs Ira P. Shepherdand Madge, will leave this week- Friends here are very glad to

dock. son, Jack, spent the weekendIn Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Griffin and end for DeLand where they will know that Carolyn is making a EVERY MOTHER CAN PERFORM A REAL "

___ Adele, Ga., visiting relatives. children of St. Petersburg were spend two weeks with Col. and good recovery from, severe burns, SERVICE TO HER CHILDREN BY TEACH-

ucJ;Gray of Gainesville was week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I: Mrs. J. E. Futch. after spending four months In I i' ING THEM TO TRADE AT JACOBS' WHERE
guest of GeorgeJr. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and her house Riverside Hospital.
1I'eek-end A. H. Johns.
guest, Mrs. L. E. Jordan of Oive-
Friends of Mrs. W. E. Middle-
da, spent Friday in Jacksonville.\ Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hart and ton will be glad to learn that she Mrs. C. D. Walker of Eustis, I j! SAME TIME HAVE ADVANTAGE OF THE

u calnes returned to his son, Charles Jr., of Jacksonville has returned, to her home after Mrs. Nellie Hargraves of Norfolk. :' BEST QUALITY IN MERCHANDISE.

M after spendingia3 some time Jn Robert Tarratutf of Jacksonville were guests Sunday of Mr. and being confined to Riverside Hoe Va., and Miss Laura "Lewter of '! I

M.A-Grille. was the guest of his sister- Mrs. W. H. Hart. pital because of illness. Orlando were guests Wednesday
--_ in-law, Mrs. Mike Dew, Sunday.Mr. and Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. L. !

Evelyn Stump left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and Mrs. J. W. KIncaid will leave A. Davit. While here they attended I

M t two month's vacation In ., and Mrs. W. H. Hart will son, Harold, of Ovleda were guests Sunday for Rochester Minn., and the Brigade No. 2 of the U. Husbands and Children :

taut, Cuba leave Sunday for New York City Thursday and Friday of Mr. and will return home by way of Cat- D. C., Mrs. Mary Noel Moody of
where they will attend the World's :Mrs T. J. Griffin. tlesburg, Ky. She plans to be Plant City state president of U.
Fair. away about a month. D. C., was one of the honored SHOW MOTHER YOU REMEMBER -
Thomas of Lakeland I I
M house guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1! Mrs. L. A. Rennolds spent several guests at the meeting. here Thurs- AND APPRECIATE HER BY GIVINGA

he Wilkerson Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. I days this week In Tallahasseeas Mrs. W. T. Brinson of Valdosta, day. PAIR-OR SEVERAL PAIR OF
I j.
W. Li. Andrews and son. Wesley the guest of Senator and Mrs. Ga.. returned to her home Sunday LOVELY SERVICEABLE HOSE. WE

and Mrs O. P. Likins ofaalc Ronald, spent Tuesday in Jackson Charley E. Johns. after a. visit with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Williams ,
t Beach spent the week-end ville. and Mrs. R. V Turner, and grandmother Hosts At Lovely Party HAVE GOOD QUALITY AS LOW AS

( Mrs. F,'B. Johns. 69 AND 79 CI'NTS.JACOBS': .
, a guests of Mrs. Likins' Mrs. D. G. Kelly, Miss Mamie Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williamswere
I1"In.law, Mrs. J L. Frazee. Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daughter Kelly, and Mrs. J. C. Box were I hosts nt a delightful bridge
Nina, spent Sunday in Jack- I visiting relatives in Greenville and Mrs. Carlos,Lee was the guest party Tuesday night when they j,
---- --- sonville visiting Miss Emma High- Aucllla last week. Monday of her mother, Mrs. entertained at the Adkins' sum-I I
berger. Louise Snoden., She was on the
mer home on Kingsley Luke,
flA I Mrs. George B. Flynn Mrs. way to her home In Tampa aftera where baskets of Spring flowers

COLLEGEEDUCATION Mrs. C. W. Chalker Is spendingthis Glen Wood, Mrs. R. G. Kldd, and visit with relatives in Georgia. were placed to advantage in the Next Door to the Postofflt-e

week in Palm Beach as the I George Flynn, Jr., spent Wednes- large living room.

guest of Mr. and Mrs. George A. day in Jacksonville. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children, After several progressions of

.a 'itlmited. lo be worth Chalker.Mr. Bobble and Dottie Sue. spent' the bridge Mrs Eugene L. Matthewswas
IMO.ooo TbotiMncb of haglued
parrot *f* uniring Mrs. Irene Wllla has gone to Nor- week-end in St. Augustine as presented with a potteryvase
i he education, and funtr*_of.. and Mrs. A. C. burden and folk, Va., to spend the summer guests of Mrs. Biggs'\ mother, as her reward for making The Trend Today l\1I1'1II-T |> -Hii Join fire Multitudes and
their children through th* with her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs O J. Griffin, and Owen W.Griffin. high score for the ladles and Pave ".It hOur I'Vlvmlly Low Price
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son,
Reliance! Educator Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B. Neul. .
PolicyBOLD Judge A. Z. Adkins -- -- "
Jimmy, all of Tampa, will spend was given a I
hnM+ ,...,._-,- the week-end here as guests of leather bill folder as his reward
:\ c. WALL, Agency Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly have for high score for men. In a I

dJlnre i Life Insurance! Company Mrs. J. W. Kincald. :Mrs. Hoppe I family of Green Cove Springs of Mr. had as recent guest their aunt, game of bingo Mrs. K G. Duncan I Tip Top GroceryAND
and Jimmy will remain for a longer !I were guests Wednesday Mrs. Sudle Walker of Aucllla. Mr. and Judge Adkins won linen handkerchiefs I
of PltUburg
visit. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson. and Mrs. W. T. Hill of Jacksonville .

Mrs. Rosa Jones and Mrs, Mrs. Williams, assisted by Mrs.R. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Harrod and Dan Byrd of Tampa.Mr. F. Demorest, served a delicious MARKETSPECIALS
ANNOUNCEMENTWe children, Richard and Mary, of

Jacksonville, were guests Wednes-
and Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. FRIDAY & SATURDAYMAY
wish to announce that Mr. P. M. Wilson is now in day of Mrs. Mike Dew. Reta Shad of-Orange Park and 12 & 13 1939FANCY

ur repair department, with his wide range of exper- few Mrs. George Golden of Jacksonville TAKING A TRIP? ,
Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent a .
aice on all makes of autos, he is qualified to do any days the first of the week In were week-end guests of Mr. U1I1TK IIAHTINUH IKISII: "- --
and Mrs. R. A Weeks at their ..
pair job. ---
Tallahassee as the guest of her
camp on Santa Fe Lake. POTATOES lO lbs. 15c
ti PROTECT YOURSELF UAUutllul 4 11"NC'" ('I'I.I.ItY: : OR
ZEXITII AND MOTOROLA RADIOS-Easy TermsSTERN'S 1 Mr. and Mrs. W B Alexander Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E.: '
'and Miss Wilma Alexander spent! K. Perryman attended the Bri- WITH A BANANAS 15c LETTUCE 7'hc

Sunday In Waldo as guests of Mr. gade No. 1 of the United Daugh- '
(ters of the FANCY TEL'EI.l.AnV! NIL1'I'lt: SKIN I'ouml
in Madison
GARAGENAT i and Mrs J B Alexander < Confederacy TRAVELER'SINSURANCE
I Tuesday. Mrs. Davis Is state ONIONS, 3 lbs. lOc ONIONS, 5c
vice-president of the U. D. C.

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott will I

SEZ: UJfHlTRDSWANTKU have as Mother's Day guests their 19c
children and grandchildren, Mr. TICKET POUNDS
Lest you forget, here's a gentle and Mrs. S. C. Carnell 1 and two I
\%'lIh purchase of one (1)4>> ounce can Maulers Illiu-k I' 'piwr at
reminder, Sunday Slay 14th I UMother's sons, Corbin and Gene, of Ormond;
Day. The last of friends Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Orlando Regular/ l"rI.1t' of I Oo
9 Pays up to $2,000 n', 1t4'tw'rul! i .the! Right\ to IJiult Each CUHloiiM to S Deals Kuril
are oft times forgotten and mother
In Ono hay
who is the bentest of the bNteJt I A Special for May and June on- for accidental: death or )IONS!

Is. no exception. If you forget her I TO BUY cows and ly, 3 ICanrl: Kol.Ier Photon, size S of hands or feet
hogs. Market prices paid on All FANCY YlAULIUA HWIFT'H PREMIUM
that she will be by 8 Inches and 1 9 by 11 Large
on day Varying amounts for
grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247, No. 2 Nice Clan TALL CAN
Hand Colored Framed Photo, all
pointed. So drop around and let Starke, Fla. 331lyr.pFOR other injuries
for 93.75. TOMATOES5c MILK5c
us fix up a nice little gift for her
SALE--House car, real bargain Hoover Itron. Studio,
In a cute little package No extra -.---
J85 must be seen to be Starke, Fla.

charge for the fancy trimmings. appreciated. John Bowl e s ,

Lawtey. "P Mrs L. )>(. DeSha and daughter, COSTS 25c per day CO. KOIJL. FOR
Marjorie of Wildwood and Mr. IIAKINOBUTTER
FOR SALE-battery-raised fryers, and Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daughter '
or 5 Ib 22c :
New Hampshire reds. Also a Dorothy of Plant City were s. .

Q l3t f.t few New Hampshire red pullets. guests during the week-end of Mr. 10 Days __ q_ _. $2.00 I
Mack Futch, Starke. It and Mrs. W. H Struth and Miss 122c''

FOR SALE Easter lilies for Kate Struth. I 15 Days .__ $2.75 20 Ifas. 74c I
W Mothers' Day at Stern's GarageA. .
" dcxO AVe3"tcrBOTHER'S Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. CHEESE ..
F. Murrhee. Itp
10 Ibs. 39cERNEST
Carpenter leave Sunday morning Pound
FOR SALE-Milk cow and heifer for Elaconton Ga., to spend Moth- Johns & Wainwright

calf. Will\ sell to first buyer er's Day with their mother, Mrs. | 17c !
4 4; ) and you can afford for $40 cash. Vollle F. Man- W. T. Jackson. They will return Phone 13 Starke, Fla.

l) ning, Starke. 1P Wednesday and will be accompanied 'I CORN FLAKES, Pkg. 5c i!

hNo", M..DAY 14lh (i j f f'q ?I FOR SALE---40 Acres with over home by Mrs. Jackson. GIANT IVORY SOAP.. 2 for 15c

1000 feet lake frontage. Ideal '

-J for camp site. $200 cash lake 67 I CAMAY 3 For Fairaex Toilet --
1000 feet
? acres with over
-, Smith Lake, nice Toilet Soap 19c
'. frontage on
../ S 0 A P
'", 20
'" .' t '" beach $370 terms. acres j I I" k 0 Hunt liars
> I
J with lake frontage: $200
'I Inquire H. R. Lawrence, Keystone SOAP 4c 3 cakes 15c ,

-Heights-_ Florida. _tf "The Dependable Store" Est. 1894 I uUr\JON 6 Want tars 1 cake 1c .

FOrTRENT-Furnished apartment \ I SOAP 25c All Foi: 16c f
'a1twtaC \ with private bath extra roomif THE J1EST-John H.
HOLEPROOF -- --" -
desired. F. A. Scott, Phone ,, HATSALWAYS -Ktrawnor; Felts ;
Fla. Itp "
54, Starke. I to $.>.00 f

, -Vatch your mothers eyes sparkle at the LOST A
of these flawless Sheers by Hole- cow with tips of horns sawed I I.AIHI':8'NO: MEN'S Sport BEST WHITE SIDE BACON lb.10lzc! j jKJOKI'U
.: off. Has halter and bell on. S H 0 E S ___ Comfort and Work 89c! to $;).00 ,

> Clear, dull beauty fashions Left i home May 4th. If seen or n widths to EEEESHIRTS : : I : : 'lu,1 NY.VI.II! ) 'oun.1 I

l''t'' colors ; ; doubly certified quality heard of please notify J. E. Ad-
.11 BACON 14c OLEO llc
Fla. REWARD.2tp Wilson DreHH ShirtH $1.95 f
aH e's sure !to appreciate. In attractive kins, Hampton. II .
j,; 5-19 Wings Dress ShirtM $1.65 JEWEI.L With Vegetables. Roiling
- void' foil' gift boxes with a lovely name I -- Eibeco Dresw ShirtH $1.00 up
""'oo"'*>? And LOST[ -Black-headed, black- spotted Sport Shirt,. 4<)c up I lb. !11
tag; priced fo meet your budget! woods cow, marked crop- I LARD, lb. 9c Bacon, 7'/c ;

spilt In each ear. Branded FW. IIOI'SACKINO. CRASH and ,

Crumpled horns. If found Florida write POPUN, $ "J-: $3.10 I }' \ I'. II. Urad ford County Homemade +I'HlUS ;
W. E. Griffla. Lawtey ENSEMBLES --- ifi5 Pure" 1LARD 1

79c and $1.04 w'.f'" REWARD. _2tP -19 LARD ;;

LOSTa: sorrell stripe-face horse. SUMMER: : SUITS -- $7.50 up

Shod front feet. Weight 1,000 SUITS I 1 --- ALL WOOLS _.__ _____ SH.95 u,

I pounds Turner.or Lake better.Butler Notify Florida.R. J. ,, Can $3.40 Can $3.75

I I REWARD. _UP ,, LUGGAGE 93c;) to $3.25BATHING : : _
I 'I.J\N N c IOC lb. flag Peanut hay and 100 It. bAg
._ 1m now connected with theThre : $1.95; up COR N $1.25lMolasses $1.05

_: I Friends Barber Shop and SUITS I.ASTEO 95c: up
appreciate your
I will grealy "
__ I patronage Clyde Burney. 2tpl_

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FRlD.I .\, 't

SIX I 'd I I ___
SPONGE BALKS flUUKUMTarpon grow out; again an4.!
FARMERS OF FLORIDA first of a yield of leaf 'NOl1ld
Springs.-The I I ht,, tit t ,?
RECEIVE 91.353,000 sales was held would likely be light tonne
the May sponge .illlt ,.
FARMERS SECTION last week on the Sponge
catches of wool and two lots h _
Gainesville,-Farmers of Florida FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS .
for $3,634.43.This UHOOPIMoiGH
of selling
GROWERS yellow
'NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD received assistance! totaling Jl- the Deaths from ,
was the first sale on ex-
353,000 for carrying out soil-build in the United
week the tleet, having
FORCES change in a ,
farms under PROFITABLE TO RKUVCE !: !'
their )
ing practices on RACK TRACK returned to the ed 83 percent Mine i
Harold 111011STOlICII (
7I111t for M. the 1938 Agricultural Conservation Tallahassee, H McCormick, Tallahassee, -- Director recently
E total to dateis
RURAL Program, according to H. G. secretary-treasurer of the Miami C. Wall of the Florida unemployment sponge banks. T-
HouseholdWAYS has which is slightly IUUEF;;
COMMON SENSE Clayton State Administrative Officer Jockey Club, told a State Senate compensation division Everyday, people-
Hialeah announced 42 employes would be above the total for the same per- seeking r,
of the AAA. Investigating committee from acid-indlges,01
I the State adminl- iod a year ago. Another sale will rOIlle
TO USE FRUITS track at Miami had dropped from Rexall
JOHNSON Florida Park race Drug Store .
By SPUDS Clayton says many f.-untainT
for its46day titration stall. The reduction followed be held Friday.SUWANNEE h
of $430.000
farmers carried out approved soil- gross profits request-Blsma-Rex
By Anna Mae Sikes last winter. an order from the Social .
Extension NutritionistThere SAFETY ON THE FARM building practices, such as ter- season Security Board in Washington to TOBACCO HURT WHYThe
ON racing, liming, establishing permanent reason
endless number Florida's administrative expenses Peo
almost cut
is an fruit and, INDIVIDUAL CAUTION pastures, strip-cropping, PRISONER TOTAL DROI'S annually. Llveoak,-Hail accompanied by'i have found thai Bisma-Re.
' of ways of serving qualities -- seeding legumes, and planting for- Tallahassee, Pardons and pa- $44,000 rains last week took a heavy toll !laves distress of acid-indiuMi

because should of Its health-giving be served as often, "It is remarkable that men think est trees. Simillar assistance is roles helped reduce the number of .--- among tobacco fields in the central In record time. it s swift f o
it available to farmers under the month TO BE FREE BRIDGE
Florida State Prisoners last way action affords
will of the
regularly as possible. Th safety so desirable they go and southern parts moot
and as fruit 1939 farm program."I i from 3,641 to 3.603. During April Tallahassee,-Road department the main fective, thorough ,imi
Tobacco was
home-maker will serve for It as a group i county. benefit!,
wise out and fight announced an agree-
153 officials have
that received and treatment
for the health and efficient weapons, sincerely hope every 109 persons were crop damaged as practically the possible.
regularly with highly Jacksonville'sbridge
,, farmer of the State this year will were released. Seventy-one were ment under which been set In the If
had you are
nourishment of her family. while at the same time so many the St. John's River entire crop subject to every,!!
get the maximum good from this freed on pardons or paroles. Two over instances a com- digestive disturbances
their fields. In some
fruit be served In individuals will not organize to the due to
Fresh may outlet for traffic
It for bearinga fled but one was 'e- -chief
assistance by prisoners
suffered, but the cess-acid-use
cocktails salads desserts, wit affairs or their work to get rid of east t-wUl be made free of plete loss was Blsma-Rex and
cost of the soil- coa
the cash
H. Mc- part captured. of farmers had protectedtheir perience relief and
In bread. as fruit hazards, says S. majority c-omfort <
cereals, with or dally needed on his tolls next January 1. The exist-
bulldlng practices
of leaf with hail Insurance. had almost forgotten.
of other way chief of the
and In scores Crory Jacksonville
juice, combination of Agricultural Engineering of the farm thereby doing his part In VETOES LABOR DEPARTMENT: ing span connecting County agent S. C. Kierce in discussing Only your local Rexall D
Almost any Jacksonville and ar-
of protecting and restoring the fer- Tallahassee, Governor Cone with the damage stated that in Store, Carpenter's
served as cocktail States Department Drug store
be United coast Is
fruits can down the
lunch dinner or suppei Agriculture. "Some of this com- tility of our soil!, he says. vetoed legislation to create a terial highways and nearly all cases the plants would Starke sells genuine BUma.Rei
for new
to be supplemented by a
is not in itself, of Labor today
Is the The assistance State Department
made of plain probably
be .
Cocktails may mon more direct bridge across the St.John's :
reward for the conservation ac he objected to its estab- -
and and ignorance, a saying
of fruits laziness
or mixed fruits result from Main Street in the INSURE WITH
It simply provides a lishment expensive and
complished. as
combined with Ice or shei but perhaps much more comes collected from tolls
Juices by which! farmers can getsoilbuilding for Florida workingmen. city. Money
disregardof means unnecessary
bet. from lack of discipline has been allocated to help the JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE
order which a wise poet done that they could He reiterated his wish that
There are many combination that said is 'Heaven's first law'." not otherwise do. The real rewardto Florida ratify the national child road department and the federal LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
lunch has
be served for the new $1-
for salads to i government pay
We often think of the farm as the farmer Is In the form of labor amendment and expressed
or dinner, a safe heaven. but McCrory says, improved land and more efficient sympathy for legislation to im i 500,000 structure. Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA
Fruits may also be used In both production.In labor's lot. I .
agreed that more prove
it in generally
yeast breads and quick breads and people are killed accidentally in the nine States of the South- PLANT CITY SALES OFF

la cake. agricultural activities than in ern Region a total of about $22- AIR BASE BILL Plant City,-Activities at Plant
Fruit juices may be served e at bther pursuit. A; safety 603,000 was earned under the Jacksonville, Creation of a City's farmers' state market have THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS

any meal. Orange grapefruit any consciousness is being developed 1938 farm program by about 2- special taxing district, to be knownas decreased because of the expected will come to your home every day through

pineapple, blackberry, strawberry throughout the country, how- 500,000 farmers who carried out the Duval County Air Base slight decrease in volume, and recent THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
and other juice, would be provided un- cool which have slow-
tomato, grape ever, and fundamentals of human needed soil building practices. Authority nights
An International Daily
may be used. on the farm as der the terms of a bill which is ex- ed down maturity of the Spring
safety apply It record.for the world' clean, constructive
you doing The Monitor
When used In jellies and preserves well aa anywhere else. BETHEL pected to be introduced in the vegetables. During the first four eetdesl or sensation; neither does It Ignore them,
fruits must be considered Legislature by the Duval County days of the week, a total of 54- correctively with them Feature for busy men and all !tht
McCrory stresses order as a Aim. Susie' Gllsson Cor. family Including the Weekly Magazine Section.
than fruits. delegation. Proposed creation of 403 packages was sold. April .
as sweets rather factor. saying, "Order in ---------- ------------------------------------------------
fruits be eaten safety makesIt Mr. and Mrs Jim Geiger and the Air Base Authority, extending was a month of much activity at The Christian Science Publishing Society.
Some dried may movement of the planets One Norway Street. Bonton, MsnsachusetU
as they are while others maybe to order our lives by Mrs. Ida Jones, all of New territorially throughout the limits the yards. During the month a Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor/ for
possible Smyrna and Mrs. Margie Murr- of the county would be for the total of 224,348 packages of various a period oft
served with cereal. days, months, seasons and years year $13 00 6 months to.00 3 month .100 1 month it] rp
Fruits are the most easily canned and to look forward to what we hee of Middleburg were visiting purpose of acquiring and payingfor commodities were sold throughthe Wednesday Issue,Including Magazine Section; I year II.80, 8 Issues uMame .
relatives in this section Saturdayand necessary sites for a naval air market, returning approximately -
of all our foods.Cooking might call cosmic safety; moral Sunday.We base and airplane carrier base, 209665.90: to growers. The *.__?._____________________________
tends to make society
Dried Fruit order knowl- are sorry to report that which the Federal Government gross sales figures do not, how- Address _...________.____________________________________
decent orderly
sound and ; at of $_"' Coin o. Rtquttt
to establish
plans an outlay ever, include the sales of cucumbers -
Wash edge of foods and drugs Is a Green Newsome Is again confinedto

with cold water, let soak for several valuable ,.asoet:. observance of his! bed because.. of cancer. approximately 17000000. .
hours or overnight, simmer order is the essence of traffic -Mrs.- Cynthia Richey of Gainesvllle -

gently ((1n water In which soaked) safety order In the home and was the guest Sunday afternoon
; .... .,. .. .
tender add i to .y.
until just sugar in the factory-good housekcep of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Wood- .T

taste. Ing-prevents all sorts of accidents ard. .
Jellied Fruits ; and order and care, mucl Jefferson Murrhee of Green

Requirements: 2 tablespoon the same thing, are great factor Cove Springs was visiting relatives Smart to See-

granulated gelatine soaked 10 In safety on the farm." here. recently.. ; e

minutes in 1-2 cup cold water; 2 The fact that In moat case :%
1-2 cups boiling water; 1 cup; the work on the farm is done by; HAMPTON

sugar or less; 1 tablespoon lemon Individuals, with no one around Miss! Ada Nlnuno, Correspondent
juice; 1 cup or more of fruit cut watching them and frequent I Buy.I8i .

in small pieces (orange, peach, changes in work from season to I Mr. and Mrs Lester Kite o1 rte.to

fresh or canned. grapes or any; season make It Impossible to follow ]- Sampson attended preaching at sm

desired combination of fruits). safety procedures on the< the Baptist church last Sunday: a

Dissolve the soaked gelatine 1 litho farm that are observed in fat night
add torles. Safety on the farm I Is 1 Mrs. Ira Brown of Gainesville '
boiling water; sugai
When Jelly has cooled a little but more of an individual responslblllty spent the week-end with her ah'

not set, stir In the fruit and chill ; It rests on each person as mother Mrs. Eva Blrt. -

Serve with cream, plain or whipped he does his work. The Rev. C. A, Warren will

or with soft custard. With rural electrification servIce preach at the Baptist Church next E

Commercially prepared and reaching vast areas of FlorIda Sunday morning and evening. A

flavored gelatine may be used 1 if and other states where it was Mother's Day program will be

preferred. Fruit can be added as not known before, the necessity, given by the Sunday School child
with plain gelatine. for safety practices is increased ren at the beginning of the morn-

Jellied fruit may also be used< The farmer, to a large extent, Ing service.

as a salad must be his own safety Inspector Jim Minton of Tampa who ha ) .. ., ),. .,00
f wx
h' '
and adviser, and must guard been at the bedside of his brother- ; 4 .v

-- against sudden and serious in I in-law G. W. Rhames, for several; I '/ 1qk.
CIIIU WORKERS UECLINI1 jury to himself and to others, weeks, has returned to his home.

The proportion ot children ten from either new hazards or old The Leesburg Bulb and Flower

to fifteen years old In the United oneil. Company who have a large plant

States who were gainfully occupt ing east of town are very busy :

.ed remained practically the same KALE OF JKKSKY CATTLE these days preparing their products ,
from 1890 to 1900, and then decreased SLA TEn FOR OCALA.\Y. 2< for shipment and state that
rapidly during the next .. business is good. i

thirty years. Ocala,-From 35 to 40 fine Mrs. Ida Maxwell has returnedto ;:

Jersey bulls, cows and young stuff her home here after a month's

f will be sold here Friday, May 26, visit with relatives and friends at e

DRINK MORE in an auction to be staged by the Statesboro, Ga. i ;

MILK Florida Jersey Cattle Club, it Is M. Z. Sullivan and family of

] announced by It. J, Minear ol Miami, who have been the guests

Jupiter president of the club of friends here and at Theressa,,
1 County Agent R A, Stratford returned to their home last Saturday Tin moJtlUlustraliJ\i thi Buick SPECIAL moJI41 fOUI'.Juol'louring teJan tW6 titlitereJat f/itit, M ieh.*

) Carlos Crlggs and John D. Wil ,
Hams have been named by Mlneai; Mrs. Pauline and Mrs. Ava NOBODY has to tell ;you, skimis to look out through windows cnBut you don't have to pay a prcnu-

as the Marlon County committee' Turner are visiting friends and relatives at that brisk Buick larged as much as 412 square;! inches. um I Instead, this great-eight bcautv
of arrangements. The) in Jacksonville this :week.
And Drink are In charge assisted by H. L. Brown,, pace, that plenty of eyes are turning And you're enjoying that very special is today priced lower than some

The Best dairyman with the State Agricultural LAWTEY' your direction: Buick "feel" firm and taut and sixes. Costs are below those of a

Extension Service. William ((11111) riunimer, Cor, steady nowhere any skittery looseness year ago. Total outlay-counting included .

) FROM Annual meeting of the Florida It's a smart car to see all right-what or wind wander, or hunt! equipment you'd pay extra
PETERSON'SDAIRY Jersey Cattle Club has been called The Rev C. E. Cutshaw and discovering there behind the
you're for
; for elsewhere-is often less than
for Ocala May 25, and will be family returned to their home in
l featured by a banquet,that even Greenville Tenn, Monday. He wheel is how much more there is to In a word jou're beginning to realize some cars with lower advertised

I ing has been pastor! of the Lawtey this beauty than a look or two will ; : that, smart as it is to see, thisBuick's prices.
The sale committee has secured Baptist church for five years.
uncover even smarter to buy.
of about 35 excellent An Ice house has Just been com- "
-- consignment So what to do? Easy! Simply I turnaround
Jerseys from Florida and Georgia pleted behind the Lawtey State
BUSINESS dnlrymbn, about 12 being males Bank building. This project is be- You're feeling the eager power that Smarter for the extra contentment head for the showroom get I II

and the others females. ing sponsored by the Florida \ straight-eight can pour-when it's 'ou'll get from ownin{ it-smarter down to the details of trade-in tent! ':
DIRECTORY Power and Light Co. This is a ) :

big step towards, business development a Dynajlalh; eight with a cyclone even if you had to pay a premium monthly payments all that! :

.- I in our city. Everyone wishes in each cylinder to give life lift- to get it. Even there you'll find your Bincl ;

BERter I them Professor all the and success Mrs.possible.J. D, Cody's and thrift-to every smoothflowingmile dealer ready, willi"'>g i.

The drink tt\J house in the west end of town is like
? 4'b. A' Li eager to serve -just
AXB ITJtivtrtJ
town Is near completion. Mr,, and \
that \ Mrs. Cody will return to their You're finding out that bumps can ; at 'i'sMuh.the good and gallant caihe

school here In July where he is be tamed that car riding can be level sells!
'Prim tubjttt la rbangsr
-j principal.Postmaster R. R. Thede's home ; as flying-when all four wheels not .unbent narir Tl'aru.just .

W Is, undergoing light repairs. the front, ride on stout coiled parra'iexgaNaJloca/
Friends of Mrs. O. J. Phillips regret taxti (if aiy), optional
: springs of soft and cushiony steel t equipmsnr anJ atcti* -u, +
5ctnOT. illness and
to hear of her .
nrui-' )('I'a.You're .
hope to see her out again in the
r Q near future. discovering how pleasant it

COCA-COLA CO. Members of the "Girls Club"are

having their annual house- ONLY BUICK HAS IT I Tt ,
WE ARE party at Mrs. W. E. Torode's cottage -,' jl direction signs I tll.
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS on the north side of Kings- UICJlurelire.arnmgl of tumi!
being chaperoned "r .
ley Lake. They are switch! Show davniglit. <
MONEY -- SAVERS by Mr. and Mrs Joe Shu- IXIMPLA Or GINIS.AI MOTOM VAlUi .StanJarJon aftmoJr/i
f CARPENTER'SThe ,eery BuBlne'a Needs Them"' ford' and Mr and Mrs. W. Mc-:

Rexall Store BUY FUOMBradford rarity Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Plummer '

PLUMBINGPrompt County visited day. relatives in Chlefland Sun- REGISTER MOTOR CO. STARKE, FLORIDA

Service at All Fanners
Reasonable Prices TelegraphSTARKE Mr. C. Dinklns baa proven that

Let Me Estimate Your Job FLORIDA cucumbers: can be grown to advantage ,

C. M. RITCH in this section. T f

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.;.f\r 12 1939._ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR tP1I _
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? tY uvcl) t -- FLIES AND RATS EMPHASIZED I Annie Mae Ilurnuge, Cor.

SCOUT (,1"I" I." attention ..r t Kmic-li' ., l.nki. piopi-ity, i>wn<.i I* round tn H. II. Keene of Shamrock .pent
tin IIWHIR) uitlilr In "II." ..r a MitiiiilKi, which within rri vnt yearn the week-end with Mrs"
NEWS h.l 11 tin" in, ,ntd In lmii l }' th> l.aUi-H "rc|. itiiilnn of bring "MIIIHIUII| |.IHH.. ") here Keene

..... ..u.u..........,,..,, .........,",,,...HUH"'" 'n.. '.' .CID....!. I IBy( FLORIDA STATE HOARD human beings. Also, high weeds Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
I"IA:UK.u !iIJI"'UUmu'u. : 'IIIII'"IIOIH'lTfnlllllll! n11I\ UlIllI.,11, !!!riIlro'IIII! !. tltlll.!!! ". I OF HEALTH) frequently conceal other forms of Reddish of

METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN/ I Two regular meetings of Troop Are you a mosquito breeder ? rubbish which breed files and rats Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and
> yightfoot(' Frank Robinson Supplied by nev. Fred Or do raise files and rats? Mrs. J. S. Sapp here Saturday
ReV Rev Dr. Rice and Yerkes Jr. Rev W. T. McGuire TO Boy Scouts of America were you If not mosquitoes. Therefore, city
111. I PastorI Rector night.
Pastor The Idea of such Is In
a thing governments should
Tlomt e SUIlt.sundar I B. K. Ferryman Rev Dr. Adam. Sunday. School Supt Sunday School Supt I held last week due to a change in carryon
J. schOol, Jen.. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Sasia Mrs Ira Wilson all probability distasteful to you, over-diligent Inspection to eliminate Dave Clemona and son, Mancle
SChool. of Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Organ Mr.. .
sundar,.6 ,.service. M.ornlnr Church 10 A. drool Church Roy School Mathews Supt. James Service. Warship 10 o'clock Service. Friday at 7:45: o'clock Much in- truth is, you may breed anyone Garbage and manure piles breed visitors to Jacksonville Saturday

Ii tdnetTraI1iv, Morning Service, 11 Worship A. M. Church School Sunday School Every 2nd Sunday terest was shown during the or all three of these pests without flies by the millions and attract afternoon.
11 o'clock
10 a. m.
&. Evening "Worship 10 A. M. Sundays! _A._ 11 M. A. M.Fridays 8:00: o'clock p. m. month just closed In the work of being aware of It. rats In the city garbage must Rudolph Chlsm of Boatdraln
,It'n. ::service, Young BPeopi'sLeague : Morning Worship __ Prayer Meeting The purpose of this article is to be kept tightly covered even spent the week-end with his aunt
rentarP 11 A M. 8:00: P. M. Wednesday Night the Troop and in the advancementof
M.etlngn.odDY M.raYfr Meeting Holy Days__10 A M. 8:00 o'clock of help you determine whether or not though it is collected dally by the Mrs. H. II. Keene.
p.III, 1:00 p M. boys. Thirteen Merit you are menacing the health of In S.
8:00: city sanitary department Mr. and Mrs F Sapp were
Meeting MIN. ALLIANCEPresident
plnl81 canova Wednesday Prayer 8:00 P.M. MISSION HALLSponion I badges were awarded during the your family and your neighbors by rural areas, where there is no business! visitors to Falatka Satur

ra )Ion Dlr.clor a Mr. F. H. Long GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev Frank month and 4 rank advancementswere unwittingly breeding mosquitoes garbage collection, It must be

Choir II, po..11 Organist DirectorMr and Choir : by Robinson I earned. Many. more merit files or rats Then weeding hab- burned at frequent Intervals If day.Friends of Mrs. A. D. Normanare

Chairmand of Deacon.J *. E. K. Ferryman, J.Mr.T.and Quigley Hrs J.Mr.T.and Quigley Mrs. Vice Rev.PresidentThe Leslie badges are expected to ue earned its are being considered today because that Is Impossible, then the second glad to know that she is up ,

,. glckUler Assistant Organist Bible each Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasure. I during this month and several of this is the season of the best procedure Is to bury it deepin and out again
Chairman .. T. T. Long;, Assistant Study each Friday and Sun year when the mosquito-fly-rat the ground.
rd_of Twa1i Choir Director Tuesday evening 8:00: day evening 8:00MOTHER'S The Rev. Fred TOrkee i, the boys are already well along W R. Kersey of Boatdruln
I. uun n _.---. I Ithe way of advancement in rank. danger first appears It remains There are two ways) to treat spent Sunday night with his
with us throughout the Summer manure piles to reduce their abilIty
I l A number of them will be eligible daughter, Mrs H H. Keene
,- DAY BAPTIST CHURCH | for the rank of Star at the next Mosquitoes, flies and rats are to breed flies. One is to spray. J. D. Carter of Woodlawn was
: the carriers of several different them daily with an effective chemical -
SERVICE SUN.The Court of Honor. The
JONES BULLETIN regular visiting friends and relatives in
JOB monthly Court of Review, with diseases. All three breed under The second and better method this section Monday afternoon.

Dr. M B, Chairman will\ conditions which are preventable Is to spread the manure over
On Here Sacrament of the Lord'i Herlong Mrs II. II. Keene and son, Har-
a An unusually fine Study Course
uieiife Therefore It Is to to the lund so that
up us see every day flyeggs
convene Tuesday night, May 16, ley, W. R. Kersey and W. J. Car-
for the BTU Is in at the
Supper was at thi progress
thiit these conditions eliminated und
are maggots quickly
Hereafter at 7:30 o'clock in the Church young
And ter of this section were visitingthe
First Methodist Church b local Baptist church this week, Methods of elimination die from to air and
Sunday ;y School Booms of the first Meth- are exposure sun- bedside of Mrs E. E. Green
with two classes reaching an en- far cheaper and leas trouble than I: shine. this latter
story which the pastor assisted by member 3 odist Church All blanks for advancements Fortunately Sunday night.
According to a 1 rollment of 40 on Tuesday with and, merit l methods after the damage has already method In preferred by farmers .
in an Amerleygs2lne. of the Choir and Mrs. F. H. Long badges --- -
recently almost 100 percent in attendance
eared must be in the hands of the Scoutmaster been done. Therefore prevention and dairymen, since fresh ma-
a San Francisco The full ritual of the Church wai a each night. The local Seniors are bolls down to a matter of nure has\ higher fertilizing value. I RISING i''
.,paper sent! a sports writer used with choral responses whicl h studying a fine book on evangelism Any turned by In later than that will economics Stagnant swamps and Various communities set aside Mm.. II. ... Lfmta" Correspondent '
round by "
Australia to give a gave to the Sacrament added slg_ "Winning Others to Christ be held over to the next Court of ponds over which you may or may various weeks during this season
of a heavyweightfight taught by the pastor, and the Intermediates Mrs Luther Harrell of Urook-
nd account I Review. not have any control aren't the of the year as "clean up week
The night of the nificance. In spite of the rain", another, "Witnessing only breeding places of mosquitoes. j Splendid an the movement is, it Is er was visiting her parents Mr.and )

*t arrived The editor of the the service was well attended. Thi for Christ," taught by Mrs. A. E. The monthly report for April Their eggs are frequently laid and successful only In the degree towIllI' Mrs. R M.. Crosby Sunday. I
the evening service was composed 01 t shows the finances of the Troopin of Jacksonville
of paper Each between Clyde Swllly
Llghtfoot evening
its department hatched light in your own yard. '' each Individual citizen carries -
.n excited awaiting the special organ selections by MrsE. classes, the local WMS members excellent shape with only a few Discarded automobile tire casings on lilt share of the program.- was the week-end guest of hisgrandfather :
K. Ferryman congregations i boys not paid to date The at- T. :
N King
No news up ,
fight refreshments to all
are serving
i, of the clogged roof gutter drains and carries It on, not just during
The singing and a sermon by the tendance was excellent\ 16 boys Mr and Mrs. W. C. Conner i
writer. pas who The clmax of
,e from the sports are studying. leaky cellars shallow open Improperly clean up week, but throughout the
"l line drew near when the tor on the subject of "Worship." the course will be a BTU social having attended 100 per cent 6 constructed septic tanks, entire Summer. made a business trip to Gainesville

was supposed to go to Next Sunday morning specia 1 and party Friday night at the having attended 75 per cent, 3 cesspools, rain barrels, open cisterns Summer time Is not vacation Friday

Jef* The magazine sports editor emphasis will be given to the ob- Pastorlum, following examinations boys :SO> per cent 1 boy 25 per fish ponds flower pots, time to a mosquito, fly or rat. It's Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of

Bred what had become of servance of Mother's Day. Th e at the church on the courses cent, 1 boy, an associate Scout vases, tin cans, bottles or any time when they work the hardest State Farm and Mra. Zary Craw-

\ jpoits writer in Australia. pastor will use as his subject "Oui r taught. I was not present during the month, other container capable of holding and do the most tlamune So takeh ford were dinner guests of Mr.

il I before the dead line arrived Mothers." The choir will be heart: Sunday morning Mother's Day, and one boy was dropped by the water, are Ideal breeding placesfor look around your premises and and Mrs J. L. Conner Sunday
action of the Troop Committee. Mr and Mrs. W. K: Crowe returned -
write came. It was not and in special Mothers' Day music anc appropriate services will be held I mosquitoes. And these containers see whether you are bleeding

by round account. It the instrumental music will consist at the morning worship hour, and Those wearing uniforms for the don't necessarily have to mosquitoes, files, rats. If you find to their home In Michigan

ply said "Johnson won In the of organ selections and th all who bring special floral tilb- I month averaged 85: per cent of be put out in the yard, they can I yourself guilty inaugurate your Thursday.
the for each W. E Hall of
The Mr. and Mrs.
rtwnth round." The sports chimes. The church will be deco utes in memory or honor of omther Troop meeting. be located on the porch or even own prvlate clean up campaign at
rating for the Troop Issued by the Green Cove Springs were dinner
I )I
ner was a brilliant reporter rated with a large array of flow will have their names read dur- Indoors
Main office at Jacksonville once.Your of Mr. and Mra. R. R
is A- guests
lie was not reliable in an ers appropriate! to the occasion ing the service as a memorial ton High weeds do not breed mosquitoes community can have no
Unreliable people The evening service will also be L their mothers living and dead. II. Steve Weldon, Jr.. and Othma unless It Is by hiding con- finer advertisement no greater attraction Crosby Sunday.
ergency Lee recruits for the month. Mr. and Mrs R. Daniels, II C.
rarely dependable in a cri- honor of "Mother" and will b
Ability,, talent, genIus and observed by congregational singing "Mothers of Men," and' John Since the beginning of May Steve stagnant water but they do afford than cleanliness. For rleun- Hobbs were visiting In St. Augus-

Iti are no substitutes for de- a special selection by members .1 Powell announces special music I Weldon has satisfactorily passedhis a favorite day-time refuge llni'HB Is' not only next to godlinessIt tine Sunday
Tenderfoot tents and will be Mr. and Mrs (t. Daniel and Miss
IrfabiUty. God wants people of the Senior-Young People's I for the occasion. tor thousands of mosquitoes that is next to health.
\ received Into the Leona Shaw of Jacksonville were
Tun piofesChriBtlans solo GarnltaHutto formally memo are laying low. for --, .-_--
count on. Many Department a by waiting night-
At the BYPU houi T o'clock, ,
i and
bership of the Troop at the regular dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. II.
take vacations and a reading, which will I Sunday, all of the members of. meeting on Friday. tall to protect their attack upon GRAHAM N. Shaw Sunday.
speaking when they be in the form of a dialogue, with u I Mrs ,. Smith 'or.
Usually each union are Inviting their I IL I" ( ( Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gill\ of
|uld be on the firing line for Mrs. Grace Wainwright and AlaI!L mothers to come and sit with themin i I Much interest Is being shown of good reading mutter among the Aiiburmlnle were visiting' Mr and

It Sanders The subject of the reading < BYPU and the evening worship I by the Scouts, us well as many members Mr. and Mrs Hoy Reynolds and Mrs. K. C. Lewis Friday.

is "A Woman Rocking Hei service A special closing Assembly ; others of our community, at the Other plans for active work inn children of Reddlck spent the Rob Norman of Waverly was
America are
The highways Unl- Child," by Max Ehrmann. Special I program for the BTU Is I prospect of the Troop soon owning community service project will\ week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. visiting Charley Underhill Sun-

ctlcally thronged with permission to use this reading and being arranged for the mothers : Its own place in which to carryon soon be announced. This projectwill Strickland.

sty and college graduates of an autographed copy from th who attend, by Hugh Walters, director all its activity hold meetings be carried on by the boys Mr. and Mrs C. J. Frazier and day.Calvin Thornton of Baldwin was

j have no positions.have Many"lean- author is in possession of the who will be In charge of I II work shop, library and recreation. under the supervision of the Scoutmaster L C. Smith were business visitors the week-end guest of Mr and
This site Is
complexes The early the Church at this hour. Invited to this on the purpose and In within easy community In a service that has L. C. Smith and daughter, Miss
e of America were taught toelJd program walking distance from the centerof
A cordial Invitation is extended "Home" which starts at 7:45: o' not heretofore been icndered Alta were vlstrlng Mrs. lleinmlngway -
upon> themselves and to town being 6-10 of a mile from & GAY
Initiative everyone to -drive by the churcr I clock At the evening hour, the Complete details will be announced in Stntke Tuesday
top their own each Sunday afternoon betweer on "The Glory of the stop-light. Further-details as shortly. This work will\ be Earnest; Kdwards of Smoker
had a "go get It" spirit. pastor speaks to location and plans for this assembly Service Station
fy curried on under the auspices and was In our section Sunday i
5:30: and 6 o'clock and enjoy a Youth. All are most cordially Invited 'I
educational will be Issued thru
modem system
half hour of chime music. Chime I authority of the City Council Mrs Albert Willis and daughter -
[M to give young people an these columns ut an early date
While Scouting offers recreAtion Mrs Nellie, were vUHIng In
are played at this time for the enjoyment Each afternoon next week, there Washing, Polishing,
that the world owes them ang. The troop is deeply indebted to In directed 1 to Sliirk.0' TiieHiliiy !i
and spiritual enrichment t will be a BYPU study class for all a way a largo
Maybe we are doing too Dr. Herlong for the gift this weekof of Friends of J. A. Wiisdin. who
of the
of all those who will take time tc Juniors between ages 9-12, to : group boys, promotion rensinA'-Standard;
|ch for young people. Theyto stop and listen. which all youngsters are invited I a complete set of books that study and the development of has bi'en prltu'lpiil\ of the r'IIU..rI|

walk to school. Now wee __.- I will be placed In the Scout Lib- good citizenship, und the buildingup son, Ga., high school for the past I Oil Products!

them In busses. They are Prayer meeting service will\ be CIIIIU OF CIIKIST I rary; also for a large number of of character me also outstanding eight years, lire welcoming him |

taught to stand on their ownIt conducted 8 o'clock.on Wednesday eveningat The public Is asked to note that copies of the National Geographic I features LHT'S: BOOST back to our mlilst lie hits announced i Our Greasing; Jobs! are clone

Is not best for life to Churchof I Magazine Such gifts are appreciated SCOUTING for the sake of the his Intention of again
the meeting place for the l I with the best
made too easy. Paul wrote The pastor Is anxious to have a Christ has been changed from I. by the boys und will be used ,. boys and for the sake of our com I taking up residence. In \this. sec buy. grease money

pithy, his son In the Gospel, large congregation during the last the Masonic Hall on Call Streetto to advantage In the promotion j jIt i| munlty lit large tlon I run

told him to endure hardship few Sundays remaining In this -.- -
the new Community building
|a good soldier of Jesus Christ. present Conference year which I r
West Call Street
Hall\) on
'(ship, of some kind are nec'ry. closes June 7th. Come and worship -
Bible study will be held Sunday
Young people who "can't with us and help us close the
o'clock and the
morning at 10:30: ,
e It are never prepared toe year in an acceptable manner. 1
I Lord's lit 11 o'clock. Even-
' Supper '
: it.: We are training a na- I
, of "softies" In the earlyi MISSION II\LL Atilt: Ing services will be at 8 p m. Mr .,
of Jacksonville wllli\
H Morton
i of the Christian church Itf '
conduct these services, and every
f something to be a Christian
meant service at the Mission Hall one is welcome. ,
Suffering It often ;

IJlt martyrdom. In those last Tuesday night was inspiring I ,
[3 Christians were courageous and devotional. Some visitors have been the result of this wilful a e r

uncompromising. In our from Portland and South Portland disobedience of man. A ,. p

':.ern world we have many Maine, who were stopping We ought as Christians to pray

promising Christians, who for the night, were among those for the coming of the Prince of

l i of themselves and of their present. This being the season of Peace who alone can restore sanIty .

pain. Recently the writer flowers there were many attractive and peace to a world war-torn 3/

f talking r u> a pastor who said bouquets in the Hall. and sinful.

1 I. make good here will I get The subject for the Bible Study TABI:KXtCI-K:

we next year. The preach-I was,. "Princes."" The possession of The meetings at the Tabernaclewere ; '

or Oils generation ought to royal blood has always been look- held both Friday and Sunday y ;

i the story of Peter Cart- ) ed upon as a mark of distinctionin nights. There Is an IncreasIng 3 .

,bt and the pioneer ministers this world. But in the King- ,. Interest manifested In the I Idry
, those who are wivlces A good
blazed their way through dom of God only Sunday night

..deems They endured hard-I born of the Spirit are allowed to Gospel service is assured all who u

They knew the meaning be members of God's royal family, find it possible to attend t v ., ixr

i,l8Criflcl' and suffering. We, John 1:12: 13 j The regular service will be held jr:' y xJ
I In Revelation In1 is being Friday night at ihe Tabernacle
of a crowd A great preparation r
[I "! who attracted attentlon. made for the reception of King; Special music will be provided. m
"One" I and their 1n% f n'h
who they were and Queen of England
the melange this country and Can THE n8au xa + ,.
( rang out, "Those retinue in .
they whom come UP through ada. This is the first time in the 6 1 /
'" j ? J1
trlblllatlon history of the United States thata '

I' king of England has set foot on
cm uriTw n westerpia
('0tbe >MEcbMiNa its soil. All manner of public day as r AeptwSSjSa4 1 vF

be' (" ""as Sunday, May 14, functions and entertainments are i Vrttly ys '

Jiervm as Homecoming being devised to welcome these

Th"t h. H''PP' Eal'tlst' Church of royalty. But I
| er. '" 1 representatives .. .. '; .
lie All-day services there In very little preparationmade d' """ I. U/: "'

fttends"(,''nUUOl"a* the Church and members for the coming of the Prince i' J .J..b.Z.OO; The drinkeverybody d' s

Mta I w are in- of Peace our Lord and Saviour T< "

te' t' pr Vent Everybody Is Jesus Christ. Yet, His coming {tT't; !:'
'n"s a basket since imminent the events of the -
tt w.t Is knowsWhoever
r.e. served' on the the rapid fulfil
81<1;. day manifesting JACKSONV1LLE'SLEADING

_ ment of prophecies are portentous

MUST BE GOOD1 coming.Indications of the nearness of His i ;frt. l, at lhi HOTEL o K
1 zn4... 'bolds| ta lb.R think of refreshment you
to proof be.when
for man /
intended you
._!2Uine that has been usedgeneration God never c1lk/UC hale d.watowe you may
:X04 be after be ruled over by kings or men In I JacluonrtlU. E....' welcome an ice-cold Coca-Cola. For CocaColaIs r
y 00d. That', the record authority originally. But due toman's COMFORT room who Nb .... .. I '
_.... era I woMr.radio to everybody.
11 of ak ( wilfulness. He permitted I 0 pure
demaoitdrMil own .
at on1lnuous and ,and V.n.tian blind E. bed
1> his own way
to have and readlD9
lonI preferred it- him wllh.lnn.nprina sCtMe
t i consequences. God .ftunnlne!k.mama*...r, oor.
! suffer the lamp
:!su tl1l ntriesmTRY Wlndterr-- ruler His will and BOTTLING CO.
a Oetteral Toni was to be our : i PaPllLAIIICO STAR RKE COCA CO LA e
Ilia. and forJHTERSllrTii His law were to be our guides. i COCKTAIL LOUNGE and .r

j Today as ever the world says what COFFEE SHOP } v
's the Jews said to Pilate concern- !

man Ing Christ to rule, "We over will us."not Corrupt have politicians this- f H.... .."..-c.Ot.._..._i. a./red/$1N. ... ........ I II. I

TONIC and conceited Dictators I I. .2

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SOCIETYMrs. neat 'bf said Court at Btarke. Bradford ed by certificate fJos 209 and, and years amounting to $86.66.AL YOU
CountY--1'elegr :ph MORE County Florida this toth day of 1931 and 19SII respectively taxes for the 0: V4 of E'>ft of NEVi of CAN SU ITi
ot May A. D. 1939 represent unpaid Inclusive, NVV" gee. 12 Tp 6 S. li. 22 E., 10Aere.
both '
(OFFJCIALSAL) A. J. Thomas, years 1930 to 1169 .. HERE TODATIHERE'S !
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Eighth BA Bol.BILit. V34.649i in Woodlawn The taxes to be sold are evidenced -''
Established 1877 Van Carden Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford : V B.r. 20 Acres. by certificate' No. 299 of 1984 .
R *
County Jfjorldu* 6-12 38.88NOTICM bee 14 Tp. vldeiic- and represent unpaid taxes for the
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class To Head Y. W. A. i HIM OF TAX e,1(The by taxes certificate to be No.sold taxes 213 are of for 1931 the years amounting 191S/ to to $14.00.1939. both Inclusive THE Ii
OF unpaid
Starke Florida The Young; Women's Association and represent Inclusive, ALSO: of BHc S LI"ln&lIton.Truhy ,
Matter at the Post Office at CKUTIFICATR! years 1930 to 19SS both : &H'/j Go's. Rub-Dlv., of NEVi
of the Baptist Church met Notice. la hereby given that O. W. ,, amounting to $44.1>8. *WV of of NK'4 Sec. 28 Tp. 8 S. R. 22 to)., THEY All
E. Matthews____-__!.___-__ _- ____!-_-____Editor and Owner last Monday night at 8:00: o'clockat request Harry haD that filed the with tax me certificates written I SBV ALSO Sec.: WK 28 Tp.of 5 BBJ4. K. 2J B.. 5 The by taxes certificate. to be Nos.sold are 487 evidenced and 874- @|
the home of Mrs. J. C. Gamer together with all subsequent omitted andrepresent
I 1931 and 1935 respectively
ACThe' evidenced
-- :: sold are
-- -- -- with Miss Lillian Stump as co- or levied taxes held by the Statebe taxes to be HOof unpaid taxes for the
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Hold to the high- certificate Nos. 280
advertised and by and 1930 to 1989 both Inclu.lve.amountlna ,
hostesa. eat bidder for cash a* provided by 1832 and 1933 respectively years $27.76.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance Spring flowers with Easter lilies,, Chapter 18296 of the 1937 actH, of represent unpaid taxes both Inclusive for the SaId tax to certificates together
Legislature, the following 1931 to 1939
the upon years omitted or
Advertising Rates on Application poppies, and roses predominatingwere described real estate In the County amounting to $24.28. & Levied with all taxes subsequent will be Hold to the I Ii
artistically arranged in of Bradford, State of Florida toowit ALSO: WV4 of NEW of NEW highest bidder at the Court house
& W 29
: EV4 of NEW of NW'/t the Bath, day'of
in NE door In Starke on
I bowls and baskets decoratingfor Ex. 1 Acre In
NEVi of NEH Sec. 13 Tp 7 8, R. SIS* of NWVi May A. O. 1939, at 11:00: o'clock
PONDER THESE THINGS Cor. of W 19 Acres of SEVi of 1J f fII fi
MOTHER this Interesting meeting.During
19 J!)., 40 Acree.The n 22 E., 68 Acres.The A. M. i l
business session,, sold evidenced 12 Tp. 6 S. Dated this the 6th., day of May, i
the taxes to be are sold are evidenced -
5 to be
"George Herbert paid his tribute to the mothers of the the by certificate No.. 8 and 19 of taxes Nos. 333 of 1932, 19S9.OFFICIAL.
over by by
which presided
was 1931 and 1984 respectively, and represent of 1933. 932 of 1933, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
world when he said, 'One good mother is worth a hundred president, Mrs. Paul Raymond,, unpaid taxes for the years 803 933 of of 1934 1933 930 and 934 ot 1933, andreoreaent Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
,, 5-11 8t 5-26
officers for the ensuing year were 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting unpaid taxes for the County Florida.
schoolmasters.' The debt that men owe to their mothers to 7S.G9.
elected. They were 8.11I follows: ALSO: SWVi of SWVl Sec 10 Tp. Lq4qaq III 1cr r
can never be paid. It is fitting that once a year the whole President, Mrs. V. H. Garden. 78. R. 20 B.. 40 Acre Bold evidenced Here FREE! If IfLi
Mrs. Orle Wiggins. The tax. to be are FREE! By Trading
by certificate Nos. 83 and 60 of
worth of motherhood
world should set aside a day when the true 1930 and 1936 respectively and represent -

is recognized and homage is paid to mothers for the Secretary, Miss Clydene lie 1929 to unpaid 19.19, both taxes Inclusive\ for the, amount-years
Thomas. ing to U19.62.
remarkable contributions they have made to the world." Treasurer, Miss Martlle Hem- ALSO: "HWVi of Nf 14 Ex., 1 Acre
for Church Sec. 25 Tp. 5 S. n. 21 Guaranteed
The above paragraph is from a recent sermon by the ingway. K.. t$ Acres. .
The taxes to be sold are evidenced \VM.ROGERS
Miss JenelUMulchings
Social committee, No 59 of 1924, andrepresent Without
by certificate ,
Rev. Chauncey B. Nordland, extension director of the Moody; chairman Miss Wilma unpaid taxes for the

Bible Institute of Chicago. It is a message which we fee! Alexander, and Miss Doris 'Crews. yearn amounting. 1U23 to to 1108.52.1930! both Inclusive () Time Limit I

all the world than I'ersonal service chairman Mrs ALSO" : SEV4 of NW% & NE'4 of A-l PLUSSILVEK j4
to Mothers
justice over any;
does greater Paul Raymond SW 14 Sec. II Tp. 7 S. U. 21 E.. 80 By

editorial that could be written on the subject, and we gladly; Acre The taxes to be sold are evidenced OneldaLtd.

let the Rev. Mr. Nordland speak for us in the following Miss Lucille Mitchell of 1930 by certificate and 1934 No respectively.. 214 and and 171 WAKE ( 1 .

represent unpaid taxes for the
words Presents ProgramAt
: years 1929 to 1U34 both Inclusive, l
what their mothers Auxiliary MeetingThe amounting to 329837.
"Men are to a considerable degree ALSO: 8% of SWVi of NWVi Sec.

conceived them to be, even before they were born. This is Ladles' Auxiliary of the 12 Th.Tp. taxes 5 8. H.to be 22 sold Jo;., 20 are Acre evidenced -

Presbyterian Church met in regular by certificate No. 200 of 1929
intrusted the
to the mother
true because very largely session Tuesday night at eight and represents unpaid taxes for the The Above Set Given Free with $40.00in i
illustrations years 1928 to l 1131.! both inclusive
task of guiding and shaping the life. Many o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. S, amounting to $126.85
God could be found to indicate ALSO, : Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 13. 14, 15, Trade GRE
life and the Word of Fernandez.
of the
out III, 17, 18, 29. 30, 31, 32. 33, 34, 35,
that the influence of the mother has affected the Sweet peas and other Spring 38, 45. 46., 47, 4M, 50, 63, 64 In Wood.
lawn Sec. 13 Tp. 5 S. K. 22 E., 250 See Them on Display atSMITH'S
flowers were effectively arrangedIn ..
for evil. Acre. more or I. ... "G100ALLWEATHE
either for
growing child good or bowls and vases in the living The taxes to be sold are evidenced

"In the Old Testament Scriptures it was the scheming room where the guests were en and by represent certificate unpaid No. taxes 178 of for 1932 the
tertained.Mrs. years 1931 to 1931! both Inclusive GARAGE
Rebecca who molded and shaped the life of Jacob so thai Carl Jackson led the Devotional amounting to $245.". '
ALSO: Lots 39, 42: Woodlawn..
he became, at an early age, a schemer and deceiver. And,, which consisted of script Sec 18 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E., 20 Acres.

but for the long-suffering patience of God, who had a great >!re, song and prayer. The taxes to be sold are evidenc -
Mi s Lucille Mitchell had charge .- 0=0. -CD.IIOG = 70GH
this growing lad he
purpose to be accomplished through ,
of the program on "Spanish
might have gone down to his grave despised by men and Speaking People" and gave an informative -

rejected of God. Latin-American talk on Center the in proposed St. Au fG'H GOING TO THE WORLD'S FAIR?

"On the other hand, it was the worthy Hannah who,, gustine. She then, presented Mrs,

looking toward the face of God, made it her purpose to give F., M. Davis who gave an Interesting D

the unborn child back to his Maker, and who, fulfilling her article on "Spanish Speak O Call for one of our maps bf New York City and Fair e
ing People in the Southwest." ,\
vow to God, surrounded him with those influences that' :Mrs. C. F. Ward vice-president,, Grounds, learn how to get around before you get there.

shaped and molded his ''ife and character so that he became presided over the business meetIng YOURS NOW AT EXTRA-VALUE
Also let's check accident insurance automoo -
the dominant force for righteousness in the day in whichhe In the absence of the president up on your

lived. During, Mrs the O. E.social Stansbury.hour Mrs bile liability, and baggage insurance. This is most imp I fferVc what All-Wtothtr ye* get I.l ";.}

"This business, then, of being a mother is a tremend Fernandez, assisted by her granddaughters portant, on a trip of this kind. D Dn I I 1. New tire engineering prO>
Alice and
Mary Fay;
ously important responsibility, and we may expect the served t a COMPRESSED tr.ael-VI
Yarborough, tempting refreshments -
children of this and succeeding generations to be largely of strawberries, top n HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY resistance to cult and.trail

what their mothers conceive for them. ped with whipped cream and cake up to.33% more tread mill
Please Phone 146
"If I asked to lay down prerequisites to 2. Flatter, lure-footed
were some .
Mrs. Blasingame To Review'Rebecca" [ 11% more road contact
successful motherhood, I would say that first of all each I O n
At Book Club oax 3. New againitbi
mother should have a clear consciousness of'a' right rela The regular meeting of the 01 -0=0- _-.OctO- -0=000 .oeso oesor and bruises from more dui

tionship to God. That mother who has had a definite, un Book Club will be held Tuesday
mistakable experience of the saving power of Jesus Christ,, night at 8:00: o'clock at the home 4. modernized
Improred. co i
of Judge and Mrs. A Z. Adklni
and who from that to the end of her life lives in the
day at which time Mrs I. H. Blasin- FREE DELIVERY traction All-Weather triad
glow of her love for Christ, will make so marked an im game will review the current diamond closer nested lot
will novel "Rebecca," written by S. R. Johns lion and alety.
pression upon the lives of her children that they never
du Maurler. PHONE
be able] to get away from it. Of course, she should be a Daphne 6. Greater strength and in

faithful reader of the Word of God. Example is an important Baptist W. M. S. To Meet stretch ante from Supertwist new longer-Urid cord

factor in the guiding of a life, and her regular, devout,, The Baptist Woman's Missionary

systematic reading of the Bible will lead her children to a Society will meet Monday afternoon & Sons 45NKAR tide-wall 6. Smart new to match aulr-H ilriaml
at 3:30 o'clock at the
greater awareness of the source of her strength and sure church for the regular business of modem motor car.
guidance. and program meeting. I I THE S A. I- DEPOT NOTE: Ti;. tire w.. ..,1..
......,. _torlo'li. flonntd mt W
"The and faithful mother will surround her child- CASH PRICES ONLY
true ni TUB riitcrrr roi'HT IN A'IIn
.... .. _
Fall TIIK lOKlirrtl' ...'nu'lI. five y.. .11.', < r mil
ren with watchful and loving care. There is a wealth of ('IIt
meaning in the Old Testament picture of the mother of (I'll'OI'11 AND TYIIrndfurd MOIL IIIIAUKOIII every Hi flue detail points.f-t kl l.i.r.'l il...S. -mw*

Samuel, who, having sent her son to be instructed in the Petitioner founty. Florida. ) FLO:; UR GU 55c Index Tes'll edmlr.II.tain,
vs ) It. m..t ere IASYI
things of God, looking forward to effectual service, never "TATS' OF Kt.ORlDA ) 24 LBS. I

theless cared for him in such a way that we read, 'More Respondent NOT1CKro ) Buy TQDAY-be safe ton o

over, his mother made him a little coat and brought it to 0': "' BRAOr-ORD TAXPAYKllM COUNTY ANO CITIZENS FLORIDA ,

him from year to year.' Though apparently unappreciatedat tan Pl.been ese take filed notice In the that Circuit a petition Court Chase & Sanborn GRAPE

the time of the ministration, that child who has had i >f the.Eighth in scud for Judicial Bradford Circuit Coun-ofFtorldii COFFEE lb. 21 cCLEANSER PRESERVES 2 Ibs. 20c ALL'WEATRBATiERIE

such a mother will never get away from the influence ofa i, decree Iy. for of the said purpose Court of validating obtaining and a .

life that was so tender, patient, considerate, and loving.I I :Series'onfirmfn of 19'lfr:ICoad, of ICefnndlng Hradford County Bond, SMARTY ,
I In the of Seven DOGjj f\
Florida. seem -
"The mother who would mold her children's lives must I I Ireit Kinthtjr Three Thousuncl.. ($78300.0 ,- lOe'
1 > ()) D"itarr to b. dated July 1, 3 FOR FOOD, 3 for JLIlC Cee4,_.ee.4ard" ... 11LG1Lwerfid
also be the Lord's faithful witness. Someone has said thata I 939: tor the purpose of refunding a tety. .... d.
like amount ot now. outstanding R.i .- .p....e11.., aatr..ks.vy $YO
good life speaks more eloquently than any words. True i rundlnut Road Honda dated January ..I...... ......>.... for
though it is, it is the solemn obligation of such a mother, I I. 10.14,of Maid 1939 Komi being Refunding.fully described HondaSeries TALL PEANUT II sas.1M.rlLSSO. ".
In Bald| petition for .validation and 5c BUTTER 2 Ibs. 20c
in the MILK Can
her children thingsof
as early as possible, to so instruct hat: the Honorable Judge of saidrourt ,
lead them into the light of the gospel has Issued an order requiring
God that she may hat: cause be shown If any there
and faith and b.., at the Court House In Starke., LBS. \"/
and direct them to the source of wisdom Hradford County. Florida at 10:00: Pure CreameryROLL ,
clock, a. m. on" the 22nd day of 25c 17c ::: S
courage. tune 939. why said bond. shall I BUTTER: lb. RICE p
lot be validated and confirmed; VOR
"Perhaps the most important part of all the equipmentof I and you are hereby notified to showaunt I I
If have at the time
) any yon
a good mother is her persistent and believing prayerful- and place specified In until order JEWELL PILLSBURY -
why said bonds should not be val- S1JMtdt
ness. Prayer is a potent thing. Believing prayer changes dated and confirmed. LARD lb. 9c FLOUR 24 Ibs. 69c
Thin notice sisal be published In .
surrounded with the
things. That child who goes forth The Bradford County Telegraph, a

prayers of his mother, though he may stray from the beaten -: newHpaper County published once In each Starke.Hradford week. c..Iy_ An-W..tIIe r Wet

path, will be kept and made to stand on secure founda- for nor three to said(3)hearing. consecutive the .we..k.1 REDFRYERS 25cGRITS SODA 15c I Gee4y Cee4ye eer All-W Ckreirw. ..tliw CI.a Clr.e'.M

tion. One day the books of God will be opened. Not till lication:.een (18)thereof day prior to b. to at the leant.. ,.llIih-1 Ih. CRACKERS, 2 Ibs. I 1 ../.Ii.S.q esd. CI.e.I'I

then will any of us know of the dangers that threaten us, aid Witness hearing.my hand and the officialWas GKTALLFOURlSPECIAL: $U

of the calamities that were averted, and of the successes OR CORNED ., !

, gained because a faithful mother on her knees before God ParalyzedChiropractor HealsLake 1 MEAL, 10 Ibs. 20c BEEF, Can 15c I, AT *

; remembered a child in danger.

: The Telegraph cannot help but feel that every woman City, Fla., Dec 24, 193S. : SWEET 4 LBS.

who reads these paragraphs will be a better mother for having To This Whom Is It to May advise Concern that :on November : POTATOES, 10 Ibs. 12c BANANAS 15c I I ,y

heard Mr. Nordland's message. Sunday will be a happy 24 I fell,off the porch and

, day for most mothers everywhere. They will take delight in Injured my buck to the extent that' Northern Baby PATNA s

; the attentions paid them by their grateful children and they I[ was completely paralyzed being or 20c 25c low con.; .. ,
hand 5 Ibs.PEANUT RICE 5 Ibs.
lot even able to move or Lima Beans, ,
the reflected glory of their happy homes. There y/sN
will bask in The family and neighbors SAVE AT THE

will be a few, however, to whom the day will bring no hap- Insisted that I go to Dr. C. E. THC GOODYEAR CIA

the who like Rebecca failed to mold Tones and take chiropractic treat. GOOD
piness. They are ones ,
ments. Four or five days after I F F
I and shape the lives of their children in a way to bring credit was taken to Dr. Jones and after MEAL 1.45 SCRATCH 1 80 Motor.1

;- to themselves and the community in which they live. three treatments I could feed my- E E Register
Melt and after week I could dress
It is to these unhappy few and to the prospective &ind undress a myself.- After a ROAD SEKVICB |

mothers who might fall within their sphere of influence, that month I can walk normal and am E Peanut Hay and SWEET E tOf(

Mr. Nordland addresses his final warning: almost completely myself again, Molasses .00 FEED 1 0 Telephone
.hanks to Dr. Jones.
"Mother, ponder these things in your heart, for your M. C. Smith Jr.Adv. D a DII STARKE, Flr. !

child will, to a considerable degree, be what you make him." Mrs. M. C. Smith. Jr. .

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