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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02699
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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0 ..---.- .--. ..... Three years WILL BE COMPLETED BY AUGUST 31Stltt'kp'a i

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.. 1936 to be exact
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1'i r.;: lan, local surveyor I

[ ;(Ii j> ,J"'J.', ; ';11 neer, lost and a engi-bill OVER WEEK-EN! i FOR KINGSLEY :

:..,;:..,; folder $1 containingfour bills

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e while
runningsome I

\\trrey Phipps Struck .,'!d' lines near II Car Owned By IrookerJlml Legislature Passes Bill i

"PeaM Sun- n Hickle Branch nt Turns Over
By <' Kingsley Lake. I Muffling Boats ,

day .Ilornitngntoricattoo Last week while I Sat.-Burns Stun On Lake I:

again doing:some .- ----- .

"J, the cause ot work at the same j Three serious acct. The quietest season In many

Mrlou i(road-man ace l spot, imagine his dents occurred in' Bradford ove< years 1 la promised at Klngsley

Lthls wee ,-HI Starke, the surprise to find the current week-end costing a trw,. Lake this summer with the recent
the wallet passage In both houses of the
ID "", best -man sec a y total of over $5,000 in property;
comlr! what the worse State Legislature' of a bill requiring ,

hut. exact> imea. Fortui- r for wear. In a and personal damiige.\ all speed boats operating on

no rives r,'" lost f damp place un- The first of thd' accidents hap, ] Its water to be equipped with

1 PhiPP 28-years of age< + der some thick pened Saturday afternoon ShOI.tly; mufflers Thin. act also seta up a \

_,a1"Iey *a* seriously injureItiy ( a brush. Alas, however after 4 o'clock at Hampton Beach. speed limit of five miles an hour

iBrtoker midnight Sunday; when he A group of 11 Hampton Baptist for boats within a hundred yard {
after 20.000 armory for the The ground floor U divided, Into
mile eagerly Sunday School picnickers were returning radius of bathers I
one opened I
fa struck 0> 'Peggy" office for the the comm'mllingOttlCt"I'
Brooker the folder he was to Hampton following the local Headquarter Company;:: Provisions of the bill in full,
of vice commanding office ,
side disappointed ,,t o picnic at the beach, In a Chevrolet 124th Infantry Florida Nation are us follows:
alleged to have kitchen, clook-room,
Is supply rooms
hipps find that the pick-up truck owned and drr< Guard Is nearing completion I : Section I. Hereafter motor \
xicated, and sitting on the end rapidly women's toilet, mcn'a toilet nnd any i
four 0 n e shad en by L. J. Wynn of Hampton. I boat, launch, or other water craft,
when ,
f cross tie asleep and only three weeks more showers, and one of two other<
a train maV- rotted away un- Two persons were In the cab ot the which la of the motive power of which Is In an 'f
lggy" the Seaboard will see' veneering, rooms, and the structure measure I
the truck and the others
daily run between Stark( til only a few were I. single' thickness red brick, con. 70xHO feet. The walls end ceiling Internal combustion engine using I

the returning to Stark Hit'* ly iraftments' standing in the back Only a tew. pleted The building will be Tf'ully; will be rvlotex covered and a lay; I gaB gasoline, naptha, or other t

Wannee night. >Nun struck him a I remained. Merrill Is shown here holding the long lost wallet up for seconds after swinging onto the : for occupancy by August 31, H. C. er of Insulation will be placed between like energy, operated on the wat t
r a examination. If the had been Inside his smile would have been road, a 1931 Chevrolet sedan drli- 'era of Klngxley' Lake. In Clay
blow knocking him oft I ; money Maxwell, Supervisor In charge or the Inner and outer willis, I j
ting en by Clifford Hayes, about 17
broader.REASONS County State of Florida, shall be11'IUlpp..d
track. He received a broke considerably I construction, said yesterday. which will raise the tcmperatuiIn
I son of P. O. Hayes of Brooker, with a stock
shouKlei and waa severe Two shifts of workmen, total- winter and lower It In summer. factory
i and going in the name direction, I I muffler, underwater exhaust or
bout the back and I 45 in all are carrying; up This will also! tnuke the room
lacerated ; GIVEN i crashed Into the rear of the pickup ling: other modern, or Improved device
i The train crew brought him i FARM MARKET truck. the brick walls with a notlcab noiindpinof All exposed parts of I of
Starke where no doctor was FOR DIVORCESToday's speed l;; the sub floors are laid, nn tho rigid steel frame will be adequately mufflingthe
I The nine young people In the exhaust of such engine; and
to add to the attractive ,
at the time. He was the office partitions in the lowe aluminum plated -
I back of the truck were thrown such muffler shall be kept anti remain
taken a< ht Alachua Count trend toward the weakening I HERE floor are taking shape; the kltchcn appearance and to protect -
off, and escaped with minor cuts steel from rust. I climed, and such exhaust or
Gainesville for medical toilet fixtures are Install( the
In !
plial home ties Is significant i ij In and bruises, aa did the occupant IK device shall be kept In proper
i Installation of the winder Dual service steel poles extendIng -
H itlon j Bradford County as figures on recent < of the cab. Young Hayes was I working order by any person or
Is complete. upward from both ends. of th,
Peggy' was nly travelling divorces, from the circuit I uninjured, but his companion. persons operating or In charge of
n per hour at the time of the ( Junior Dukes, about 20, and son The interior. of the building ha building will be both flag poles such motor boat, launch or other
clerk.sotrlce Indicate. Sine
lident and the railroad disclaim( court I of Will Dukes of Brooker, was over 28.000 square feet of area, and radio antenna.. craft, at all times when such' engines -
January 1, 1938, 55 divorces have {Work On Refrigcratioi second floor---on The roof will be a light IIhllle
J blame as Phipps was trespatI severely cut across the head, necessitating and the large are In operation; no such

I* and IB said to have been Itated. been granted and 28 petitions for Plant Expected to 6 stitches. Clifford was room for drilling, practice, etc., of slate which will lost as Ion" motor boat shall be operated ou

( separation are pending settle Begin Soon I' held at fault as he had looked has! an area of neatly 6.000 sqaur us the structure Itself Work on said waters; In a reckless manneror
the building began List January
occurred 1 feet by Itself at an excessive rate of
e second accident as ment. away from the road just before speed

|J18 northbound limited passed : Newest addition to the fncllitte I the accident to the bench, where HO aa to endanger the life or property
These cases were granted over;
tough Campvllle 30 miles south I some friends were attracting his 125 MEN WORKINGON of any parson In or on said
the half dozen counties In this circuit of the Farmers' Market here this I
j Starke at 5'35: o'clock Tuesday attention. The sedan was a tote CONDEMNATIONON waters having due regard to the
court district, namely Baker, week was a Ford Hook Limn llea I ROAD 13
emaoL Carl Stokes 29, of wreck although damage to th presence of other boats, bathers,
Alachua, Lee, Union, Gilchrls Grader. This machine will
greatly persona engaged In fishing, or objects -
|mpvllle, intoxicated, was watt- truck was minor. Neither vehicle
[ beside the track and lurched and Bradford. The predominant speed up the grading and packing I turned over and both were quick. P. O. SITE Nearly 50 men were lidded to the In or on such waters and of

number of separation suits cam of lima and other beans assurln Road 13 between -
PWA project, pnvlng any other conditions then existing
D> the train as it rushed by gc ly stopped after the accident
60 miles per hour. The 1mIt from the towns In the district, Indicating a better uniformity of grade. J. The second accident occurred I Starke und Waldo, Monday; and no person shall operate
that Farmer and Mrs L. Gentry. Manager of the market \ DATE TSET such motor bout said waters at
1 knocked him forward and Saturday night near Longbridg, and Tuesday bringing the total
Brown are more compatible than reports that the snow Ice I 1 1I
a rate of aped greater than five
so that he fell clear ofwheels which spans Santa Fe River between I to
of workmen employed
: but broke his right most city couples.: machine used In loading perishable I Bradford and Union Count number I mile. per hour within one hundred.1I

.H and se'veret> aXusuu-d; his right -The.numbero'dlvorcea in the vegetables has ,proved .a great sue- i ties on road 28"arid; reached ;ai Jury To Decide Valueof about 125, J. K Madigan, timekeeper I yards. of any one bathing In said

Milder and back. past fourteen months has Increased cess and !Is in constArit demand. climax the next morning. said this week I waters; PROVIDING, that persona.

to previou Recent improvements on the market i II Parcels Wanted desiring have motor boat ,
proportionately | the races
Members[ of the train crew wit Luther Harrell of Brooker wh Workers Htnitrd laying I
'led the accident stopped the years and one official Tuesday offered include the installation of: i had taken Haen home following By Government 11 me rock base northwest of"nldo rrgetta or speed races or trials

hand brought the injured man his opinion as to causes for flood lights and u large sign fo hlit accident. at Hampton fteuc Monday. After thin. has beer may make application to the

8urke After treatment by; the mounting number of divorce night operation, paving around the I WitS en route to the home of Rufus The condemnation suit. by which graded, a slag surface of tear and County Judge of Clay County,

W. E Mlddleton, he was taken suits. The 90-day residence\ loading shed which gives greater Crosby near Longbrldge fror the United States of Amf'rlcllseeks rock will be laid over II. OradInjf "Florida for a permit to operate

passed by the legislature has parking ales and the completion done the wectloi Home for one day only and it shall
GaInesvillE 'I join Phipps in the : Brooker. The time was nearly; to obtain a site for construction la being on
hua County Hospital. The. greatly stimulated man and wife of several offices for the clerics midnight and when turning suddenly of a $70.000 Federal of the road southwest of Wlildi be the duty of said County Judge

(road was not held at fault. disagreeing: on the ancient adage I staff. A well has been drilled I! aside to avoid stray cattle,. I building In Starke Is now ready; now, Mr. Madlgnn salil to Issue said permit for one day
that two can live as cheaply atone and it IH hoped that the pump been given only upon the applicant paying
.' the car In which he was driving for trial but has not yet Mr. Mudlgan urged l motorist '
authoritative otflcial. be installed sometime during the to said County Judge, a fee of
quoth this struck the culvert and turned a definite place on the culen- driving south from Starke to take
SALES TAXIS 'I week. This will provide running Slates District fifty cent]. for each of said per'mite.
over Mr. Harrell escaped serl dar of the United the detour through Keystfim

NOT FAVOREDStarke Too. many young couples have water for the shed. BUS injury but was carried by sev Court In Jacksonville This Information 1 Heights, since! Road, 13 from the < I

sought divorces signifying: a lack Final arrangements are bein cal negroes passing by In a cato was obtained recently!; Santa Fe River bridge! to Wuldi Section 2. Any Officer dulynuthorlfd

opinion, tested In an In of home training by their parents made for the erection of a pre I I Lake Butler for medical treat by the Telegraph/ from Wllllan I will be closed for two or three: :: \to make arrests may.

coal) survey this week, Is heav The youngsters think "tying the cooling and cold storage plant adjoining ment. A. Paisley Assistant U. S. Attorney weeks. and It shall be his duty to nrrefit

opposed to a: state sales tax. knot" is a fanciful adventure and the present shed. Thi! I without warrant any person violating ,
Returning early Sunday morn He Cautioned t motorists not to
I'lnwis men. purchasers and thee do not consider the seriousness ot plant will provide facilities fo I any of the provisions of
and meats. It lag to the scene of the unfortunate The only Issue at the trial will take the detour skirting Waldo,, j jI
stonal !
groups advanced their the move. Desertion and extreme storing vegetables this Act In his presence.
occurrance with several asilstants. be that which concerns .since the road was not good The
"did view that Florida today the primary reasonson will be operated on a yearroundbasis. Section 3. Any one violatingthe
cruelty are to the
Mr. Harrell righted the belonging Height
property detour Keystone
|"> enough taxes and should nov which divorce pleas have been Also under consideration through I provisions of thin Act, shall be
/ and Judge
car only to have it break out In Starke Masonic Lodge / Is paved all the way.
a Bales tax to balance her made since the Increase began Is the erection of another loading who deemed guilty elf... misdemeanor,
a blaze from a probable battery and Mrs. K. K. Perryman, December 29 of last
% the Started
t last shed the same size as present and upon conviction thereof, shall
Alternatives year. one. This will give a total of approximately ihort-circuit and leaking: gasoline own protlons of the site on Call year, the paving project will be I be punished by a fine of not more

were offered li Again the observer declared that 13,000 feet ot: The automobile was a total loss. i I Street desired by the government completed the latter part of Au- Hundred l Dollars anti
of the square than One .
sales be
levy. One citizen boys and girls needed pro- Mr. Paisley stated: "It
Id young loading surface The third automobile wreck occurred rust. Total cost IS set at U"6.- oat, and In default of the paynent !
an Increased whiskey tax tection from older persons. He tecessary that a 'jury pans upon I I
about 10-
: 126.
Saturday night I
uJd the of said fine und cost, be confined -
I is> under super
remedy our financial wor spoke from one case in which the This project ho: value of the two parcels over
In Florida State Agricultural 10 o'clock near the service station With 12.T: men now employed I I In the County Jail of Clay
decreasing the of the vision of the content. Aa soon
, debt An- parents of the younger which there Is a
Her Board. Funds! owned by Dan Moore 5 miles who will be retained for about alx I I County[ Florida, for not longer
Statement Marketing be
favored reduction seek and win an judgment can I
couple had to 11 this la done a
southeast of Starke on road 28. for the next six '
WPA WPA and state weeks, payroll him Six Months
relief rolls and reducing. annulment for their bewitched off I are obtained from entered and title can then be
waste i Driving a 1938 Studebaker a States I weeks will average $2,200 weekly. Section 4, This Act shall take
resulting from graft In spring. appropriations vested in the United upon

"W and state governments. i There are a few colored divorces Slmlliar markets are In opera- party> going from St. Petersburg payment of the amount stipulated I PWA labor la being used to effect upon It becoming.--a law
stretcr. on
Oat citizen who had observed in minority, tion at present In Ocala Jackson- to Jacksonville suffered a blowout ly the Jury." pave the seven-mile
: but suits are
negro ._ ._ state road 13 between here and U. OF F. STUDENTS
sales tax in force in other i partly due to the negligence ol ville and Palatka which lurched the car Into the : -- Waldo. such as
lad m states declares against I the parties in seeking: separation Itch, down which It travelled WILL NOT CLOSE storm sewers. manhole and! pipelines WRITE NEWSThe

levied said that the tax should' before remarrying.It BAND PRACTICE I parallel> to the road for several ROAD 13 AGAINIn are also being constructed.!

as.Anelbel. foi old age pensions was found; that hasty mar- THIS SUMMER hundred feet. Just as the driver II D. Duke la project engineer regular Telegraph staff wall
I for a day as three Unl'erslty -
where the md the L M )McLeod Company
Uu\ riages have was bringing It to a stop and attempting a letter received last week of Florida journalism
mess man advocated voted to con if Orlando Is In charge of con-
ads couples, on consideration wish to i The School Hoard R A. Green, J.H. here
_ ( tax ,I+ other duties to steer the careening by> Congressman/ students reported events
were of Carl Roberts struction..
PPed H, recommended the break the matrimonial bonds. I tinue employment director and instructor vehicle buck onto the road he Dowling, state highway/ engineer fueaday F.arh of the trio was assigned 1
* tlon if Lake City I of Florida, promised that Road at least two occurrence to'cover"
or citizens of one
ad l valorem Often prominent >
real School Moore's
or Bradford High ,'cached the bridge near
tate of the would not again be closed when "' >Imd >
13 (In parlance
taxes notoriety, travel NEWCOMERS newspaper I
and avoid
the substitution locality, to Tuesday and Thursday Station and crashed Into Its side I IThe
band, on Is. -
the and If concrete bridge conIItructed received writing experienceluring
ales taxes i to another section of the state and smashed a :
as I of each week throughthe automobile was badly SHOOT SKEETLocal '
afternoons Fe River
,One firm decree. DIvorces over Santa his stay here In addition.
pinion was asserted seek their separation summer months at Its last and the passengers and driver

(at'nr of the sales taTh 'have increased since the meeting, It was learned this week. .all suffered bruises and cuts, and Several weeks ago a large number and .several out-of-town The embryo reporter wpr.Fronk .
ntlemsn Bradford County citizens Cowles. Tampa, I.
Who Peered It de- opening of the year. The band under "leadership of were brought to Starke by pans- of skeet shooting enthusiast. RHthre -
forwarded Fred Buckles
red Wllllston and
. thaI the tax would help 'But legislators are taking stepsto Professor Roberts was organizedIn rsby for medical teratmem. Igneil a petition lIIce Green asking Lakelanll. All three are In the
cea1n the late budget would be decrease the mounting rate of 1937 and membership and Instruction Those In the car were Mr and It to tett-rf'quf'st Congressman road officials to south of town Thursday afternoonf Junior class.The .

source<< of revenue, would hubby and wife partings, for a bill Is absolutely free to all : !trs. G. B Comes and Patrick Im bridge at last week and seven squad sojourn to Sturke came aa
eaaity the
' ". "IIectable and the lea before the present session at students above the fifth grade. I rulllns. of Si Petersburg, and time while Road 13 UI hot 1,000 round of ammunitionat part' of the Department of Journalism -

lie '1'1'- -sea could not avoid Tallahassee which will require the I.I. The boys have made much progress Palmer Holmes! of Jacksonville. Ihe ready I present closed for construction a cost of 118.80. plan for practical experience I

tar strewed that, although tiling of a marriage license application ; during the past year, hav- ""ate gave the situation an Ironic 'orK. They stated that closing: Several new shooters recruited In giving final examination r

!laumer'Wout" be passed on to the at least five days before ng- appeared on the WRUF Starke I vist. -all the men were seasoned the road again at some future from the younger boys la Starke tB Ita students. Other members!

.da0 would not be avoided : he license Is Issued. }farm Hour program and also in I.I aviators who had always been safe ale would place an unnecessary ) made a very good showing In their of the claiM In new reporting of
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1 theer 'a' "8 ot Income would Numerous suits have appeared many school program and pro- enough In the air. bllrdl'n on business house In this :Irnt trials Freeman Register, Jr., which) Cowlc and Bucklea are

she e iefore the Jurisdiction of the cIrcuit uctions I I wI 'ctlon. Breaking 14 out of 25 In his first representatives are working on

court the past year and a half It is planned to start a new Berries DwindleThe I In his reply to Congressman round of shooting The mRnll {e- arlou papers of the state during

heads his Class resulting from marriage while the ;class for beginners soon and any of "scrapping" continued been ,Mr. Dowling stated: "We lent of the club announced that the: two-week period, May 1525.: I
, Of I i. elger.' 19-year-old parties were Intoxicated. The vast tudent in grades five through ) process In a few Bradford County Io not have any funds In our bud- the newcomer would be welcomed Editors: of the publications grade I tthe

Lake M ""' Mrs. M. P. Geiger majority of these marriages are welve may enter, and students I .rawberry field last week allough Iet( at the present time to pro- and put In a special squad and students and report their work

R u,?,.. will graduate thiS allures and the couples, usually not having Instruments may pur- the real shipping season vld"" for the construction of this hat substantial prizes would be I to: the Instructor. Prof.V 1.
from I decrees installment awarded the winners. This l I. a !
adds the University of young, soon seek separation haxe them on the came to an end several weeks ago. ridge. The present bridge will Lowry
in skeet
lie attl highest honors. Ian. During the past seven days, local ist a few years longer and we love to Increase I Florida journalism students are

IIaI man the -- Practice begins on the after- and cold pack rrpreaentairea <':mtemplale leaving It as it I It* forte shooting and encourage growth alllO 1 working on the Palatka St I IAUKUstlne
highest market
' aver-
BillA o'clock It becomes of the club It was said. Ocala, Tallahassee and
2 When
mb.rAthe. "enl01' class of 395 Inman Introduces loons mentioned at have bought around 1,800 present.
a new Among the high scorers of the Daytona Beach aa part of I
ft's' the to construct paper
a '" a member of Phi bill designed to regulate crate of fruit for which they paidandthecrateback. icensary
S!$ structure will day were Charles Darby who, heir; final ftannations.( i
other -
forthe a temporary
. or any Births Total bridge
of petroleum
.1 I i/hl Phi and -
Betta haulIng on the 5,626.876 be built which will allow the road broke 25 out of 25 Dr. J. W. : The plan gives the student a
stand at
' liquids IStarke. I season now
1\jUe. HK"ppa honorary frailty Inflammable streets was Mr. and Jolr.. Homer Lee Geiger have received to> be open at all times and willnot IrownJee with a score of 2i of 25. I practical application of ,the work I
r! HaiV also ta the Unl- tate highways or city 19. pints for which growers I
I I Fri- girl May I IMr of necessitate the Department's and Harry Houston with a score to has been studying for a lIeme.I I
Legislature estimated return
Fame and recently ropoaed! to the Hubbard Harley an ] !
ved and Mrs I ter textbooks.
e Inman of nlng- the road again. of 41 of SO. In
H"'aley' I
r Representative '37,916.25
III "Say Ly cb medal day by iwtey. girl May 21
History. irad ford.

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HAMPTON Florida 8e.14 Tp ft 14 It 123 I g. 20' At.-1-es.. amounting to $22. S.ALSO. i all land Mlgular, tho rlRhts. memItem \\'hl" \\ If. \1
LAWTEY RoundupIn Th' tax. t.. I"- -"Id. artuvldonu- NE'. of :NEVi "f SW'i Sec .uditnnientH. and uppurti-n- .. j I", "
- \\llllum (Bill) IMumincr. Cor. MH Ada Nlmmo. CorrespondentRev. ed by c'Qrtlfi.t.. So. :21.1 of 1931 22 Tp. 8 8. It. 22 B., 10 Acres. I anc','. thereto belonging or In any- hlH "' \,
: : WashingtonBy and represent unpaid taxes for the The tax,'" to I b" sold are evidenced -I wist appertaining, subject however also k""" II
years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive by c"rllfh-lilt. N.... a06 and 1030 to a luasa of the turpentine hill wf,.. .1. J
Bean 8hll1'II\" C. R. Robinson C. A. amounting to $...118. of ID31 and I 1933! : respectively, and : privileges of working pine timber ley R lid 1"" \ .I
Frank A. Kennedy ALHO: W .4 of 8E .i of SWW of represent unpaid taxes for the years thereon for turpentine for ape..lod amid o. t I. E
Light bean movements are be- Warren and L. J. Wynn were D. C. 25 8K'/4 Sec. 28 Tp. G t'*. It22 1;:., 5 1930\ to I 1939. both Inclusive, amounting commenced. January 1. 1336 O..rtrut,. It, .I,: I I
ginning this week and heavy business visitors to Jacksonville Washington May Acre.. to $33.84.ALSO and ending December 31, 1940. of the I",. hI I

this week.M. (Special) Among the state's congressional The taxes to l he sold are evidenced : LotH 6, 7 of TUf 18 LlyIngMlon T. Frank Landrum, As Special:! Master .. ('('Cased 1\"" \I \ AI ,
will begin In \
shipments probably delegation Senator by certificate No. 2SO and 810 Truby & only ,
next week. Prices are low and M. Matchett moved into pos- of 1932 and l.1.l! : renpectlvely, andrepresent Starke In %Y'" "f NEVi fee. 28 Tp. Knight & Knight Attorneys for1JaItiff. Jtloitt d,." .1-.1. .",

likely to remain BO. but the heavy session of his new residence on and Mrs. Claude Pepper and unpaid taxes for the 6 S. It. 22 E 5-19 3t 6-2 def..ndlln.._. d-. I .. ,
Congressman and Mrs. Lex Greenof years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive The taxes to lie sold are ..vh'.nc-I And .. '.
is to save growers Main Street this week. amounting to $24.2H. and 1115 YOIl. }" .
yield expected 475
ed by cert If Irate Nos. IVOTHl OF TK4rHKII!iii to I
failure. Starke will rate an invitationto ALSO: W,<,, of NEVi I of NE 4 & of 1930 and 1933 respectively and 1 I'1X.t1llA1ioTeachers : '" A. app..a 1>. ''II -. I 't
from assistant 19:1:1: ,
complete I B. Haynes postmasterat > : ,,..I .1,
the British Embassy garden EVi of NEW of "W: ,i & W 29 Acres represent unpaid taxes for the examinations will beheld wl'l" I .
of Lawtey Wanted Winter and former ot SEVi of NVTV Kx. I Acre In NE dot. : I [Ii
Haven a
History party in honor of the King and years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, In the Bradford County High ot 000lllOiIcrihecj .' .
has been some Cor. of W 19 Acres of SK',4! of NWVeSec. amounting to $40.58. School Thursday. Friday I IJudgement
There always citizen of Hampton, was a visitor Saturday by I..
Queen of Great Britian. Senator 12 Tp. 6 8. H. 22 E., 68 Acres. ALSO: ttlk 2, E. U. Matthews Addition June iHt, 2nd and 3rd. Examinations II. '.If
what of dispute as to the originof here last week. He look- The taxes sold evidenced / will, ,,, .
a was be
Pepper will be eligible as a mem- to are to Starke, W of Walnut St., I run from 8 to 12 and from 1 I you by d..tll,1t '. ,.
Lawtey. and It has been pro- ing after his real estate holdings. by certificate Nos. 8.12 of 1932 & S of 9th.. St., In NWVi\ !Seu.: 28TI to 6. All applicants are asked to I Tel..graph I" 11.1 ,dl ber of the senate foreign relations 302 of 1934: 930: of 1933. \932 of 1933. >. 6 S. K 22 E with 1 h. I. ""d. _
: coma prepared legal time I
with cap paperand dUly
posed that everyone any Miss Wanda Hutchenson Is visitIng 933 of 1933 and 934 of 1933. anaI'epr..ent be Hold evidenced 'IUIlIIr"1" i II
committee; Congressman Green as The taxes to are pen and Ink. : which this "'
---1 knowledge on the subject turn friends and relatives In Augusta unpaid taxes for the by certificate No. 1174 of 1933 Anyone winding to take examinations ed ones each"'>1''h", Ii I 1..1.,
chairman of a house committee years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive o I, :.
and unpaid taxes for the I ,
represent<< for special certificate tlve
In to the Lawtey correspondent mu.ttile week H
flame .
Georgia.The a. .
amounting; to $86 69. ""I '"
the territories group. yearn 1932 to I9K9 both Inclusive, application In the office at' Witness .I'J ''I) 1
who will the history ALSO: W'/ of KM of NE'4 of m. I"
compile I .
to $133.80. 4'
Baptist amounting leant two weeks prior to the date seal '"
Hampton Sunday at Stai-i,
NWVi\ Sec. 12 6 S. n. 22 E. 10 ..
Tp. t'I
the first hu ALSO: SEV4 of SEVi Sec. 17 Tp. ii
to which examinations
back, If possible on begin. This 'Iorld8 this 111, r4 I
all Acres.
School enjoyed an day picnicat 7 8. It. 22 E. 40 Acre Is nereHHHry In order to give this, 1930. I lilt
to on the The Andrews-Peterson bill The taxes be sold evidenced )
to to -
ban being ever camp are
the lake Saturday.Rev. The taxes to be sold are evidenced office time to secure credits and Issue (OFFICIAL SI.\:
present site of our fair city. exempt 'Glades sugar acreage by certificate No. 299 of 1934. bv: certificate No. 415 and 1431 permits.A. Clerk ot Plr"J I I \ ,
W. T. McGulre will fill and represent unpaid taxes for the and I .. .
of 1931 and 1933 respectively J. Griffin, County SuperIntendent County. I ,.
fact seldom not- limitations and quota restrictions years 1933 to 19.19: both Inclusive
An Interesting represent unpaid taxes for the 6-19 2t "p..
his regular appointment at the 6-26 Frank l.a'"Ir"'
amounting to $14 00.
provided benefit are 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, 111
ed Is that In Lawtey we have a payments yearn I'lRifltiff '
Hampton Christian Church Sun- ALSO: tn j of Hlk S Livingston.! amounting to $61.67. ::1"J'
house occupied by four generations waived sounds reasonable. However Truby & (.oi',. Sub-Dlv., of NEVi ALSO: SVj of !SEVi: of NWVi Sec o 111).1 It (OK IH.H'ATIOV AM) -
of the same family. Mrs. cane and beet sugar are so of NEVi Sec. 2S Tp. 6 S. K. 22 K., 21 Tp. 7 S. U. 22 E., 20 Acre. NO'I)('''1 TO APPEAR 'I'llFl l'lunl.r t nJ
Rhames of South The taxes to be sold are evidenced The he sold evidenced The Slate e.r Florida tot Fnnnle L, FOlt 'Hl.1 Iti' 1
Harry Florida taxes to are :
Elizabeth Starling, 73, a widow, much in politics so complicated by by certificate No.. 487 and 374 by certificate Nos. 556 and 484 Stevens...., 3:1: Ilonvue !Street! .. ('II't1'1', "'1'lIEIi-i-H: JI
was called to the bed Bide of his conflicting sectional interests of 1931 and 19.15 respectively andr"pl'.nt and burg, PennMylvanlai N .e "It: n Pm(
- can boast of her' great-grand of 1932 and 1934 respectively, : It I' 0, II
children In the next room. An- brother C. W. Rhames herewhoIs that passage of the bill Is remote. years 1930 to unpaid t'.ii' : taxes both Inclusive for the represent unpaid taxes for the' You are hereby notified<< that ]". It. Bradford'Ot"I'l' lilt ti
quite Ill. years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive I Anderson plaintiff hasduly filed ( .ini'" I ,
other fact Is that all are women amounting $27.76. amounting to $4464. his bill of of complaint against you, PetitSTATPIOF ,,,',, I

and that there Is exactly twenty G. P. Wadaworth is having his Officials of the civil aeronautics Said all tax subsequent certificates. omitted togetherwith orLevied << ALSO: SEV4 of NWVi of SW'4 Sec. I Fannie L. Stevenson a widow. and II \>
36 Tp. 7 H. H 23 E., 10 Ac..es.The C. Hobbs, David (1. Its and M.... l"I.'i' I IHe"p"
years' difference in all their ages: bungalow In the eastern part of authority regard the coming airmail taxes will be Hold to the taxes to be sold are evidenced David (J. Itoss, as defendants, and

Elizabeth 73 Nancy 53. Lois 23, town repaired and repainted.Mr. hearing here May 31, as an door highest In Starke bidder, on at the the 26th.Court, day house of by certificate No,. 451 and 1564 that affidavit for. the Issuance of TO nd4)I'itI''

Edna 3. The only man in the and Mrs. Lester Kite of air-clearing conference. For the May. M.A. I). JDUS, at 11:00: o'clockA. of represent 1931\ and unpaid 1933 respectively taxes for and the In this cane order 859 has In the been Circuit duly Court filed all of Of' BllAI TAXr'AyI.I> .'OIIl'I:, \'"\ I

house la 4 years old Hoyt who is Sampson attended preaching ser- past few years. air mall routes In Dated this the 6th., day of May. years 19.10 In 1939 both inclusive Bradford County, Florida In Chancery PI..a..tak"II ''I 1
vices here last 1939.4CFFICTAL, amounting to U .41. ; the relief sought In said suit halt been tll.1 II
Sunday night.
quite proud of himself. We expect Florida have been In a state of ,
ALSO: :8 s Acres Com. at SW Cor Is. the foreclosure" of mortgage dated ut tho Eighth I .
Mrs. Elizabeth to be a big I I Mrs. Ethel Jones and Miss Pearl flux. Decision of the CAA which Clerk of Circuit SEAL Court) A.of J.Bradford Thomas of NWVi of SRiRun K 630 ft. December 17 1936 against the Florida In amid ." I' 'It

help to us In tracing the origin. Dees have added and electric Ice will follow the hearings. Is expected County Florldit 6-12 3t 5-26 N 210 ft. W 6:10:! It, S 210 ft to Beg., following described lands situated .'ty, for the 1'1"I.". I.
Sec. 22 decree of .
as Tp. 7 S. R. Jo L 3 Acres.The In Bradford County "Florida to- said ,
of Lawtey. counter to their general store. to give permanency to the airmail taxes to be Hold. are evidenced wit: W of NW of Section 18. : Confirming RIIIIII I 'I 'lit Ida,

map of the state. Miami NOTIC'K Of M'1.10: OF TAX by certificate No. 688 and 1561 and EV4 of NE'4 of Section 14, ad : Series ot 111:19.: I ,
GUM BRANCH i CRItTIKIf.VTKM of 1932 and 1933 respectively and In Tp, 6 14. H. 21 E., as a first and Florida, III tha I .\.,
BETHEL Jacksonville, Penaacola, Orlando Notice la hereby given that *l. F;. represent<< unpaid taxes for the prior lien thereon: and you Fannie tired Ighty 1'h, .lId

Lellit Ilnrnage/ Cor. I Mrs. t Susie Gllsson, Cor. Tampa, St. Petersburg. Lakeland, Wiggins, has filed with me writtenrequest years 1931 to 1911.! both Inclusive 1.. Stevenson a widow, are hereby 000.00) 1J0Ilar.. '.'.d
that the lax certificates together amounting to $27.42. required to appear In said cause t9311. for the 1)011.". ',''u,
Daytona Beach Ocala Gainesville with all nubneciuent omittedor ALSO: NWVt of !SEVi Ex. 3 AcresIn on June 19. A. I). 1939, otherwise like amollnl or ''and

Miss Elizabeth Harnage of Uma-' Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel was and Tallahassee all have levied taxes held by the State beadvertlaed SW 'or Sec 36 Tp. 7 S. U 2i 10;., the allegations of said bill of complaint funding \\toad B"" 01 _d I
'I and old to the highest 37 Acres.The will be taken as confessed 1. 1934. said 1l..ol I.. ,,, .
tllla spent the week-end with J. the guest of her uncle and aunt stakes In the hearing.Congressman bidder, for radii as provided by taxes. to be sold are evidenced by you; Bradford County Telegraph Series ot 11139 I h. ,,, I ,"I,4.11.,) d.

A. Harnage and family here.H. I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree In Jack- Chapter 1829)1) of the 1937 acts of by certificate No. 667 and 1562 is designated as the newspaper for In said p..tlll" I dld81
H. Keene and sons, Vanlce Peterson of Lake- the Legislature, upon the followingdescribed of 1930 and 1933 respectively and the due publication of this order that Ihe 1I0n""hl., I IlIlKf
sonville last week. real estate In the Countyof repreHent unpaid taxes for the nice. each week for four consecutive Court has Issued I 1 l.,
and R. C. and J. P. Wise of Sham': i Mrs. Ruby GllsMon of Bethel: was land doesn't believe In barking at Bradford State of Florida, to- years 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive weeks. I I IWitness that cause b. .h, "r It f."
rock spent the week-end with the moon. Though the Medfly wit: amounting' t $s ii.,)' my hand and official seal1 he. at Ihe c'""' I i II ,
visiting her parents Monday of ALSO: NWVi of SWVi Sec. 25 Tp. ,it fttnrke 11'adtol'I 1''nit.II"" I'
Florida' this '
$I'4 of SW Sec. 23 Tp. 6 S. R. May: lit, l03H. 1. .,
Mrs. H. H. Keene here. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stern board estimated 1928-30 frultfly 20 B.. 40 Acr.... 8 S. II. 22 1'';., 40 Acres ,OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas ,| o'ciok a. 111 "' ''I. -lid

Mrs. Mancle demons of Hell- Carter in Florahome. losses at $7,184.000 "Pete" declares The taxes to be sold are evidenced The tax.0 be Hold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Courtof Bradford June lD31.! wh oj I ""d,
by certificate. No. 524 of 1934. not he validat "1 ,,,
County, Florida. I "1
bronn the week-end with her the best the can expect by certificate No. 14 of 1931. I no
spent: We are sorry to learn that Calvin growers and represents unpaid taxes for the and represent unpaid' taxes for the Knight & Kiilxht. Stark' "'10 r lei a, and you ale h..r. I ..d'
father J. A. Harnage and family. Glisson has been confined' to Is half that sum $3,592,000. years 1930: to IM'.I.: both Inclusive years 1933 to 19J9. both Inclusive, Attorneys for 1>III Intlft. 5-19 4t 6-9 cause, It any v"t, I, ,, ,"
to and ,.
amounting 3876. 1)la'e
Mrs. Louise Denmark and Acres his bed several weeks. We wish Congress always has insisted the amounting to $50.34. ALSO: SWV of SWVi< of NWVi why said b..nI"leg, it, 'I lid"

Chatrrm of Jacksonville spent the I him states concerned must bear half' ALSO: i3at In SEVi of Ie"a Com. Se.23 Tp. 8 S It. 22 E. 10 Acres. OllltKIt OF Prill.1CTIO AM) Idat..d and "'0111",, ,
speedy recovery. at [ ,, Cor. of, & The ,.. MOTIC-H
ro .
i taxes to I Hold are evidenced tppu.tn This notic'. ib.< I i Lii,
week-end with her father and Miss Helen Hardenbrook of the cost|. Hun W860 ft. S' to 'v. H. Oreen land by certificate No. 526: of 1934, THR STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A. The BI'adro.eI, I', .'

mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Bethel has spent several days I W to Uulley Branch N. on Branchto and represent unpaid taxes for the 10. HraHley and his wife, Crace n"\V"I'"I 11cr puhll'I oj ''Ii.J
I Larger Branch, thence up said years 1933 to Iftlll.: both Inclusive Ileasley, each of Goose Creek U..ndretl'd ('Ott ii I ,
here. with her aunt Mrs. George Mann. "We will dig It yet, Is the slogan branehto beg., ....c. 23 Tp. 6 S. K. amounting to $31.71. Texas: (HIE..;TINOS: for three (::3) Ii,1
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MIRII Leila Harnage attendedthe ''In Starke. comeu oy ongressman nena- "U .4 ..er.... ALt'
ricks of DeLand to describe the The taxes to be sold are evidenced 26 Tp. 8 S. II. 22 E.. 20 Acres. suit has been instituted In the Circuit I lI..a HOIl 1I."f i ". ".
Pound Party Wednesday Mrs. Perry Boree and daughter by certificate. No.: 15 of 19.11 and The >uxes to be Hold are evidenced Court of Bradford County teen (IS) days JI'I'' I I 'h,
night given by Mrs. Mancle Cle- of Penny Farms recently spent a determination of the house canal represent. unpaid taxes for the years by certificate No. 528 of 1934, Florida' In Chancery, by the City of said hearing.MTltness .

and Miss Melba Jean Cle- bloc. The canal people obviouslyfear 1930: to 1939. both Inclusive amountIng and represent unpaid taxes for the Starke. Florida, a Florida Municipal lilY hl1"11" I oj I 'hl
mons few weeks with relatives here and to $26.28. years 1933: to 19.19: both inclusive Corporation BH plaintiff, against seal ot said 4otIi" ,. -t Jrk

mona. returned to her home Friday of a double defeat should the ALSO: S A In SEV of NRVt lyingW amounting to $22.22. Eva: Tlnor and her husband C. P. ford County Pint 'Iii, 'I 11 P. I

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and last week. She was accompaniedhome canal bill reach a vote this session of H mile Pont 375 ft. to a postIn Said' tax certificates together with O.Tlnon L. Orvllle, Moltt, also known as of May A. D.: 1939OFFICIALSEM
all Moltt and his wife hale: Moltt, ( \ I
branch to Place of Heg, ThenceW subsequent omitted or levied
in the lower chamber. "Little
daughters Helen and Dorthea. at- by her slater Mrs. Sadie 600 ft. N 700 ft. E 600 Ct, thencealong taxes will be Hold. to the highest Clara Carter and her husband l lV.. Clerk ot the CII'. ''II' ,rl,
tended church at Pine Level Sun- Murrhee of Starke. Joe" says he has no alibi for his run of Branch to Beg., where bidder at the Court house door In W. Carter. Inex Cook and her husband JudiciAl CII.1111 II I oj 1 o.
Starke the (ieorge Cook, W A, Moltt and to'd County \Fill" Iil',, I Ii
prediction the senate would approve post stands $.c. 23 Tp. 6 S. It. 20 on 2nd., day of June.
'Mr. and Mrtt. Albert Glisson and
day.Miss B., 5 Acres.The 1939. at 11:00: o'clock A. \M.
Lillian Barns of Rising, children were visiting relatives in the canal. taxes to be Hold are evidenced Tinted tills the 13th.- clay of \May

was visiting Mias Leila Harnage Farms by certificate No. 16 of 1931, and 1939.
_ Penny recently.
Some publicity seeking orches- represent unpaid taxes for the years (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
Sunday morning here. Rev. Elbert Bowers filled his tra leaders from New York. who 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp attended regular appointment Saturday Greento ing to $17.32.ALSO County Florida. 5.9 at 6-2 line of Caskets A: Undertakers Supplies
- tried to help Congressman
I church at Pine Level night. : S 15 Acres of SWV of AMBULANCE SERVICE::
pass his memorial stamp bill NWVi Heo. 24 Tp. 6 8. R. 20 E., 15 I !oI.I.'I\I. M \HTlll'OTIlK: OFI.K DAY AND NIGHT
Sunday. and Mrs. Robert Sutton of
Mr. Foster of "Su- Acres. \
honoring Stephen 53 PHONE ss
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Alachua County have moved Into The taxes to be sold are evidenced Notice Is hereby given that under
wannee River"fame have damaged by certificate No. 21 of 1931, andrepresent and In accordance with that G. II. BENNETT. Mffr.
and J. A. Harn- certain -
laughter, this section. We extend
_ a warm of enactment. unpaid taxes for the final
the bill's chances decree of foreclosure and "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL
alee and daughter Miss Leila welcome to them. Some misunder- years 1930 to 19.19. both Inclusive, I' sale rendered by Him. A. Z. Adklns.

Harnage attended church at Mr. Mrs. R. V. Allen and Miss Alma congressmen amounting to $32.37. 'n.. Judge of the Circuit Court of -
standing the press agent pressure ALSO: $: w'/ of NWli Sec.) 31 Tp Hrndford County Florida, In Chuneery. -
and Mrs. K. E. Green's. at Hell- Allen spent several weeks recently turned on by the New York musicians E M. n. 21 E.. 4I Acres. In that certain cause pending I

- bronn. .* with Mrs. Susie Glisson.BKOOKEK. The taxes to be sold are evidenced In said Court. wherein Federal Farm
now oppose Lex's bill on by certificate No. 294 of 19.13.: :MortHttge Corporation Is plaintiffand
_ Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and _.--- suspicion without bothering to and represent unpaid taxes for the \'(. It. Wooille, et al are defendants
children of Pine Level were visit years 19.12: to I IH.19.; both Inclusive, Case No. 821, the undersigned
check up thoroughly. amounting to $62.47. Special. :Master by said decree ap
ing J. A. Harnage and family here I .---- v ALSO: I.ot 55 Woudlawn Sec. 13 pointed will sell to the highest

- Sunday afternoon. I !Mrs. I.. L. Parker, Correspondent ; MEASLES DEATH! TOLL CUT Tp. 6 8. H. 22 I H., 10 Acres.The bidder, for cash In front of 1 ih<- YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3:
taxes to lie Hold are evidenced South front door of the Bradford
relatives of little
_ Friends Deaths from measles In the by: certificate NOH. 203: and 686 County. Court house In Starke 'Inrhi. -
Billie will regret to learn Indies'' Aid of 1931 and 1933: rPHpec-lIvHy-Hml .., during GAS AT
Harnage United States have decreased 92 I .. the legal hours of gale A PRICE YOU CAN AFFOE!
The Ladles Aid takes this represent unpaid taxes for the on June .
_ he Is on the sick lint this week. opportunity Monday, 5, A. I> 19'tt: th-
percent sihce{ 1000. I years 19:10: to 1939 both Inclusive, following premises situated In
thank the
We hope he will soon be out again. to many I amounting to $J6.09. llradfoid County "Florida to-wit: TO PAYSmith's

People of this section are busy friends who came and had dinner underwent an I ALSO: Lots 5, 8, 9 In F'eetsvillaembracing The S''..., of the SEV4 of SWVi: of
who recently opera-
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with them Saturday night. $41.75was NVj of NE'i: & N"nt Section 96. Township 5 South:! Range
-I cutting and hauling their sweet N W'/, Sec. 35 TI]>. 6 S. It. 22 I':., 13: 21 l-:,ist. containing 20 acres more

I corn this week. the amount'received from the tion.J. D. Sapp B. E. and J. Q. RosIer Acre or i lens, and also The NE>/4 of NWVi
Barbecue dinner. The taxes to tie, sold are evidenced of Section I. Township 6 Smith. GamThirst
Miss Geraldine Harnage; returned were visitors to Jacksonville by certificate No. 866 of 19.13: : Kange 21. EiiHt containing 40 Arrp"
home Sunday afternoon after Many Are 111 Thursday. and represent unpaid taxes for theyears more 01' lens, all situate In Brad
around 19.12 to licl'.l.: both Inclusive, ford I'
There is lots of sickncHB "unty l"loridi.tngether with
_ spending the latter part of the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanand

_ week with her uncle and aunt Mr. Hrooker at present. Douglas children spent Sunday after- --

I and Mrs. 11. M. McRne, at Pine Hazen was able to return to his noon with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ,,,.. ..' "''! t! 'ION_ _
n< > l'
. Level section. work in Tallahassee after a weekof ''''' : ''. .
I Rosier near Lawtey.Mrs. N5.
the Flu. MI's. C. Tylar is I <
veryill J. D. Sapp and baby are .Y

GRAHAM at her home here. Little spending the week with her sis

I Mrs. L. C. Smith Cor. Hoy nee A. Galney is still In St. erl'tf Wlllard Browning In ': .
Vincent's Hoooital. verv sick. We '
Sampson: -"'y. r :
wish I them all I a speedy
Mrs. J. H. Surrency spent several recovery. Miss Louise Rosier spent Tues- C'I
days last week with her day In Jacksonville. ', f
Luther Harrell's car was des-
daughter Mrs. Mack McKenzie at
troyed by fire Sunday morning ,>,0'l I ftOK1 M %I.H 0..' 'I'AX:
Hart Haven. While there she
visited her son, little Jack who is while Oliver Hayes and LeastonWynn's I In hereby given that o. W.

automobiles were badly Harry ha. filed with me writtenrmiiifHt
a patient at Hope Haven. that the tax certificate
Mrs. Bell Melton and daughter, wrecked near Hampton Luke. Only I toicether with all auhHequent omitted -
minor injuries were received by or levied taxes held. liy the Slatene
Ward of the Waldo
Mrs. Annie and. .old to the hlBhe I
Mrs. and Jr. Dukes.I'armers ndvertKn-d
section visited Mrs. J. A. J McKinney Wynn ..t bidder for m, ..h as provided by
Sunday.Mr. Busy hupter 18296 of the 111:17: 81. ot 4 cL

Monday was a pretty busy day the LegiIaiUre l upon the following
and Mrs. J. A. Graves left .H..II..d real wxtate In the County

Friday to attend the funeral of here with the farmers. gathering of Ilradford State of Florida, to-

their produce. wit:
Mr. Grave's brother. Charlie N'KV: of N'KH Sec 13 Tp. 7 8. R.
Graves at Chula. G '., they returned The number of packages of produce 19 H.. 40 A(.....
cannot be estimated for The taxeii to l bit old are evidenced -
home Sunday.Mrs. liy: certificate Nos. 3 and 19 of
Manda Smith and daugh some of the growers haul their 1931 and 1934 renpecllvely and rep-

I I own produce but 1,880 packages recent unpaid taxes for the years
ter. Miss Ruby. of Virginia are 1 19.1O to l.tl.! both Inclusive amounting -
with 3,000 dozen corn were reported -
spending several weeks with her I : to 17S.O.! I ILi
and slster-ln-law Mr. and bought here by buyers. ALSO: 8WVi ''bf SW4 Sec 10 Tp.
brother U. T. Hargraves left Monday 7 S. It. 20 .H3. 40 A'I'''.
Mrs. Berry Dyal. The taxes to he Mold live evidenced -
Mrs. Annie Edwards visited her I I for Monticello where he will work by retttflcate NOR. 83 and 60 of I ;1t -

on the Tung Oil grove Just startIng 193O: and 19.15: respectively. and rep- '
daughter Mrs. Florrle McKinney I I reHent unpaid taxes for the years i.t'nh ?M1.t-.. .1 r ,
In Starke last weekend.Mrs. there. Ha will return here 1939 to 1999: both Inclusive, amountIng ,' 'L' --
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when the surveying Is all done.Don't to $119.62.AI.'IU d
Rachel Starling spent the : 8\V.<4 of NRVi< Kx: 1 Acre *
week-end with her mother :Mrs. i foiget Sunday School for Church S..c. 25 Tp. 5 M. K, 21 &

_ every Sunday morning. F:.. a 8 Acre. :
In Starke.
Lizzie Dryden I The taxen to be sold are evidenced
Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers and by certificate No. 69 of 193... and _
represent unpaid taxes for the
Selma were visitors to _
dauKhter. yearn 19J3 to \93t. both Inolunlve. '
Gainesville Saturday. 'I F. A. Rosier, Cor. amounting. ; to f 109.63. i A r ,, .
Carl ALSO: si I':'., of NWVr NKV' of I--
Mr. and Mrs. Broughtonwere HW14 $...c.I\ Tp. T 9;. 11. 21 t:.. 0Acres. $t_' .-L ifT
In Starke Saturday night. :Mrs.! Raymond Secrest and V -

Revival Services will begin at I children of Hallandnle were visit The: tnxe. toM>. sold! am evidenced '-.
hv: certificate NOH. 214 and 171
the BaptiHt Church Monday night, j hog Mrs. R. S. Rosier Tuesday of 1930: nnd 1934 respectively and "

May 29th and will\ be held each morning. represent unpaid taxes for the /
years 1923 tiv 1939.! both inclusive, : here
night throughout the week. The I Minn Louise Rosier returned home amountlnK to f2!>N 17 stops

public Is invited to attend these Sunday after spending the past Al>0s: and 12 ,.1'. 8 H. K. 22 K. 20 .\(' "... I -- -
month In Okeechobee City
services. I The tuxes In lie sold are evUlenc, You
L. C Smith Jr.. will leave June i Hallandale visiting her cousins. ed by: certificate No. ZOO of 1929,1and find the familiar red cooler around the corner

15th, to attend the C. M. T. C.. at Mrs. Walter Lee and Mrs. Ray- reprexents unpaid both taxes for. .
years 1 ISIS to ltd! p
Fort Screven Ga. I mond Secreitt. amituntlna to 1125.US. th"l it 'i I from anywhere. It marks the can

Hall and llronkte Miss Virgie Gaskins spent the ALSO: Lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 13. '.. 1 spot where you
IA. 17. 18. 19. :39, :31. 32, S3, :14. 35, _
Visa Doris Hroakle and Claude week-end here with her sister ID 43. U.. 47 411. 50. 53. ,4 InV""<1- I make any pause the

Hall were quietly married at the Mrs. Russell Redding.Mr. Acres lawn ,Set13 more op:Tp.less..S. a 822 E.. 250 I _" pause that refreshes with a

home of Rev. L. G. Hemmlngwuy and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were The taxes to be. Mold are evldenctd al frosty bottle of ice-cold

In Starke Wednesday, May 17th. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude by certificate No. 178 of 1933 Coca-Cola.
and taxes for the
The ceremony was performed by Johns at the State Farm Sunday :years represent 1931 to 111:1:1.! both Inclusive..

the Rev. Hemmlngway.The I afternoon. amounting to (::1411....

couple will\ make their Clarice Rosier spent the weekend AL. IS<
home In Graham.J with her cousin. Pansy Red- The taxes to b. sold are evidenced : : BOTTLING co.PAGE

N Strickland of Atlanta. Ga., certificate. No. 209 and 893ft .
dulh.Mr. 1931 and 1933 respectively and
arrived Monday and is spending and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were represent unpaid taxes for the

some time with hla uncle and aunt I visiting their daughter. Mrs. years 1930 to 134. both Inclusive,
amounting to $...119. 4
Mr and Mrs. E. Strickland. Clyde Griffis In Starke Monday,
A 1.$0: Lots 43, 14 In Wooilluwn _

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? And Milk Control I,SHIP _.- -- - _. ___ u_ -- ._____ __ __u ___.0 oc -- P\GE..- .. THREE
Safety CANAL -
House REMAINS TO BE DONE- sumo inlnry as the Governor ( $7- agreements! with special!! attorneys -

E.E; Approved By DIES AGAIN ONLY 7 LEGISLATIVE DAYS LEFT 500 /11 year ) if he acts for the chief I to pay a percentage of any II
executive I
during a in the
of The license fee will vacancy
[ hi House Rep- produce about extra money they might "VA t fro m
I lahnSS'' parsed a bill $300,000 the first I Tallaha see, -Florida lawmakers approving bills calling for special i I 1 governor's office; me bills designed -I ;
; efm"w year on the Washington. Concluding three ( tinkered with the State to safeguard equal distri- extension of the gasoline tax
intlve of tax
\ (pftrtment I expenditures and overrode several
will Include a basis of 400,000 licensed motor j!I days of heated debate, the Senate 'inery dining the past week but vetoes of nets involving outlay of bution of race track tax revenue revenue law.

ngfet'- \ 'I\.h, ',: of 60 offlJW vehicles In the State, according killed legislation authorizing resumption [ entered the final 7 days of their fund to the counties and to discourageany Harry H. Wells, Tallahassee attorney .
"I' to Representative McCarty of St. I session today without suits attacking the plan, and
u i I' the Senate for of work on the $200- having made They approved expenditure of followed this with a statement -
and 811 Lucle, who with Representative 000,000 Florida canal from any major adjustments $250,000 for a new south wing on revision of the present law regulating that he had negotiated (contracts

, eraUoPe by the Overstreet of Dade, chairman of the Atlantic A bill to boost the lax on chain the Capitol, with a new chamberfor the practice of chiropody. with several! counties! for

I bill NIlS ip'I1sored' Senior and the House committee on motor vote to the Gulf of Mexico The stores was killed in the Senate the Senate; $125,000, for an The House killed the Senate-ap his efforts in behalf of a slmiliar

can ;? the of Corn vehicles and carriers, steered the I The was 45 to 36. Monday By a tie< vote the sen- auditorium at Florida State Col- proved bill permitting agreements proposal but that the bill he sponsored -

r St t.tf'7Himber, Assocl- bill to passage. legislation would have revived ators refused to kill the bill by lege for Women; $75,000 a year to maintain prices on trade was rejected by a House

pa.rertl'reacher The 60-man patrol will I one of the New Deal's most indefinite postponement Saturday. for Everglades fire control work mark goods. It passed!! a self-! committee and he had no connection -
and91e toms) ( -/s! other> groups. operate frequently criticized projects, The bill would have liquidating public works. financ-
ca under civil service regulations, I started Increasedthe and many smaller sums for special with the bills now before the
It A HmiKt' '0'1lV also Passed subject to appointment by the in 1935 but abandoned the tax on chain stores from a top Items ing bill; a proposed constitutional Semite (House Hills 801 and 802.t
measure to following year when Congress refused of $400 a unit In amendment to make the terms of
senate.approved board I organizations op- The Senate killed a Senator
boardifmanent safety composed of the Gov- to proposal fora Savage of Ocala intro-
!' milk control ernor and members of the cabinet appropriate funds First erating 16 or more stores in Flor- $200-a-month Townsend plan for county commissioners four years duced a bill to prohibit county
one for and sent i I relief was financed by $5,400,000 ida to a levy ranging up to a maximum old age pensions to be financed bya Instead of two; a bill lowering the commissioners from entering into
' his plower i money. of $1,000 a unit on com- 3 cent transaction tax on Florida-produced wine; a
Governor Representative : per tax but any such agreements and provid
sponsors hoped Overstreet that in said I'..: President Roosevelt urged early panies having 100 or more establishments the next day increased the State series of liquor regulating bills ing fines and jail terms for violations
brunch of the Legis- '' in the present session that con- I in the United States- appropriation for old age assistance and a measure strengthening the 4

\ threl- sessions Monday, years would the number of patrolmen struction be resumed. although the heavy tax would be from $3,400,000: to $7,200- pine food, drug and cosmetics act. The Senate
held be increased "but this Is Racing Investigation
afternoon and night as something to start with" : Opponents had denounced the assessed only on the stores operating 000 a year, The House dent a Among the new revenue bills Committee decided to hold no
nt assembly IS in the eighth : project as unsound and wasteful, in this State. The bill also slmiliar bill to its appropriations which went Into the hopper last more hearings before the 1
{ !sills 60day biennial session The State had a highway patrol I while suppoi'ters said it would aid called for a top tax of $3000 a committee and a 3 per cent transaction week were measures proposingthat adjourns June 2 but to ask 1

Itself the House pass- In 1935 as a division of the State I shipping, business and agriculture, unit on chain department stores tax bill for old age pensions punch boards and mechanical for authoritj to continue! Its check
(San ran trade act Last Road Department It was established t and bolster the national defense. I The House has killed a proposal to its finance committee. racing devices be legalized and up of tracks and alleged: "under.I I
Identical [ by Dave Sholtz, whom Governor that more teeth be in The Senate t.axelJ. L
put the
the House killed an The bill rejected today merely also killed a bill to world"! conditions after the law
.e1 b\ --he Senate. The Cone succeeded two years sought authorization for the pro- machinery for collecting property re-legalize and tax Blot machines I The Senate's Finance and Roads I makers closo their assembly a

w&ll 43 tc t a ago. When the present Governor )I I jects completion and asked no appropriation taxes and refused to sanction a under State monopoly to aid the Committees called a public hearing The Senate confirmed GovernorCono'
took office, he had the State Road constitutional amendment
,'. now | It was introduced by calling old age pension program However on two House-approved bills appointment of members of
letneasu where a bill that proposeda Department abolish it. I II Chairman Sheppard (D Texas) of for abolition of all ad valorem it passed and sent to the which would make it possible for the State Welfare Board, mem-

llcenst taxes on chain I Although the House approved the Senate Military Affairs Com- taxes because opponents of the House a bill designed to make it the counties to continue receiving' IHMS of the State Highway Commission

sad| hilledUacturen the State Milk Control Board, it I mittee. Idea succeeded In tacking on riders easier for needy persons past 65 gasoline tax revenue after they and four of the five members a

L was >f standard trade voted a few weeks ago to abolish I suggesting State Income and to obtain the relief now offered have been paid for all roads they of the State Racing Commission

products may fix minimum the Laundry and Dry Cleaning ]1 CANCER DEATHS INCREASEDeaths Inheritance levies.Legislators under the State Welfare Act contributed to the State highway It named a committee to

their products, and Board's price-fixing power. The from and apparently took lit- Completed acts of the Legislature system under the original 1931 'Investigate I the Appointments of
for cancer other
etallers may bet Milk Board fixes prices tle heed of Gov. Fred P Cone's during the past week included law Racing Commission Chairman
or malignant tumors in the United
weTS. to civil suit If they sell The Board was first establishedin States have increased 76 warning about appropriating mon- the rural electrification co-op- The Governor's orflco announced Joseph Stein of Miami. The Sen
t percent ey without providing the needed erative act; the new law givingthe had disclosed
the minimum. 1933 as an emergency agency |j since 1900 an Investigation ate ulso confirmed appointment of
>II i _than..earn. pttin2UD the I*for two Years. It was re-created- f revenue for they went right on president of the Senate the six of the 67 counties entered Into several circuit judges. fl4t

e Department of Public Safety by the legislatures of 1935. and'Ii j 4t 4tx

committee substitute for 1937, each time as an emergency

a during the measure for two years. It would "
introduced 6O"
kills Illustrated: Ford f\S Coupe
be dead 1 if the Legislature
part of the session. It pass- July r

ion than Ii half hour without had not re-established It. 4 P R C y

., 84to5 What action Governor Cone will
bill provides for a driver'sof take on the bill when It reacheshis
e i iY' ir
< 50 :eats for each per- office was a matter of specula Any Car >ritMora

itove 16-vears of age. Those I tion. He said last year it would I > Thou l\nir C.ylintlfn.
have oeen driving for one be "all right with me if the 1939

.111 l oe Ucinsed without ex- Legislature did not re-establish :

lion the board."

IMMISSIONERSWTESFORMAY story of the 1939 Legislature:

The teller was Senator' Amos

Lewis of Marianna dining the : rAWI

course of his debate In favor of i fORD
t Boaro )1 J County Commls- (
met the chain store tax increase bill )
i of Bradford County
'ax, liar I i HI 10:00: o'clock and the substance of the story I II

[ In regular session with the I was as folows: I

lag members, present: L. L>. : Jim and John were talking of ;
Chairman P D. Reddish, 1
ee their fishing exploits The first I
Thomas\ R S Wasdln,
ry at bat, Jim, announced he had' V-8
T, 0 Oyaiiiiper .
allowance payable to caught a 57-pound black bass on 1
his last expedition. Not to be .
L U Morgan for the care r k
outdone, John said on his last trip -
0 minor children, being for 1 {
he had hauled from the bottom of
than)i real md school being
was discontinued." a. river a railroad lantern, foundIt \ \
to be still burning and upon In-
uy Gibson "if New River was
vestigation had discovered It had
ed |U for one month only.
been in the river for 57 years He
name of fizona Thomas wasen
then turned to Jim find said,
from 'hi pauper roll, as '
"Let's arbitrate this matter, Jim
Snow deceased
If you'll cut 50 pounds off your i
was lecideit( to pay expenses' "
fish, I'll blow out my lantern |
ant attorney Marcus F.
1:I to Tallahassee in the In- Watch Those Teeth I

1 t of the Bounty Commission- Senator Pat Whitaker of Tampa

learned Saturday morning that it { AQ

plication for a donation of $5 doesn't pay to forget essentials

!nth m lUditlon, to the tens During the midst of a fiery ora-

|- hereiofon appropriated to torical blast In favor of the chain

f,brary fund was received and store tax bill then before the Sen- I 0. g I P$ 1 !
MIff. of
ateWhitaker's upper plate I _
Durham of Lawtey Just- false teeth popped from his mouth ,:' >r f _
the Pence of the First and fell to the floor. The Incident | rf -

,ct presented a bill for ser- didn't faze the eloquent speaker, )i ; I

t rendered m holding Inquests for he reached down, brushed

I the deaths of George O. them off and had the teeth back I I _

Pe, I B Powell Smith Wo- In his mouth without hardly miss-

and James E. Boyette; pay- ing a syllable ; IE'

l was refused because the In- He later told newspapermen

l was held by the County that he had in the past been pre- 1

e and bill for his services pared with a "sticking" preparation -

heretofore been approved and to insure against the sudden

display of artificial molars, ad- I
If, Edwards chairman of the mitting that he had forgotten it

Council of Starke, met the this morning when he left his

1 and requested the County's home. (:| p, y' P a6 {

-Mon on the Armory Build- The incident and the senator'sreaction I
0 W P
A project now under greatly amused the packed '
"Wlon .it. Starke, which had and
Heretofore gallery and his fellows, '
'It agreed upon. The there was further laughter later |
Willi granted and the $2- t
when Senator Philip D. Beall of
heretofore donated is to be Pensacola. opponent of the bll1.1

upon approval by J. M. Lee, in referring to the Tampan's
of the State, of suit- marks said he was of the opinion j

rEr resolutions! affecting the the measure itnder discussion )(

R- lohns "has the kind of teeth that will THE LOW-PRICE FIELD

e of presented a certl- jump clean through the chain .
Pouting notices of the bite the market bas
lion stores and
f ofhe Board of County kets." I ,
'loners to close a portion '
Ulova ann ,Jackson Streets In i IN STYLE: The Fur,1.n'i are IN ECONOMY: owners rtin

:.Ide m Se, 22, Tp. 8 S. R. INMAN WAS NOT j the kiiowh'd''fd' : nlyln h'udr
per the action of the COINTRODUCERRepresentative i rl low-prl. field. Luxurious. Irileriorn In jar :.114)n. .,'ur,1 l V'-JJ "n...* prove-elgreat-
r on
Ifat March 6 The certlfl- Itiutih autlH-ntie lream-lirie l hcuuty.rrecononly l than ft cyliadcrcars I in the.

| filed and the clerk was George Inman of asp" s (ilnlnre-\uM4'nlllo road run
pa to
amend the recorded
Bradford County in a
[wowing the road closed asLEGISLATIVE has denied that he : IN PERFORMANCE
ested. the press : The IN COMFORT
co-introducer of two bills : WIth 123
-._ was a at the greatest: riK'inrcrlriK triumph. In moilcm '- InrfifH
Introduced last Wednesday !hotwri front und rear Hiriiig.| H.

session of the House of Represen- .-t' Q. aiitoinnliilc history, the fuinoiix Tim cute, udiHt ride of city car

HUMOR tatives legalizing and licensing Iet::1 s Ford 'IIline gitc: jon iiiulrlilrxH. ill the low-price fit-Id.

punch boards and mechanicalhorse G "" CAR IN.rCnrlnan' Powerful), smooth rc-

:.e business Oflegi81a.tlon. racing machines. OU 0\.0 "'Mm..hc-aJny to drive.
fOlloWing< stories will show These two bills ask for a law : You have to pay

all as serious\ as spending I to be enacted legalizing and licensing AN ..\ "QV hundred* of dollum more to get the' (caIN -

e 1 the state does not have raffle boards, punch boarda, 0" HYDRAULICIFt'Iiwhich! ) are combined in the Font ?

PaIRing local laws to prohibit i,and boards of chance as well as the .Oe \ -8. Equipment included without extra

eel motor boats on Kings- latter bill that asks for the legal- 1" BRAKES: TIle 1llgeAt hydraulic. out nave you many dollars) over otherS

4&e, And each' It must be Izlng and licensing of mechanical braking surface of any low-prired car. low-I.... .....
"second aide" that enables horse racing machines, were Introduced S 1
lttt Iator8 with name as a co- t F'Il
to bear the my
long t' 1'J
CI hours knowledgeor
;' J about 3 1-2 hour. Introducer without my J
tel) and 6 houn for the consent." Mr. Inman 1

.., they ilnjsed) upon them- "I do now wish this statementto
be construed that I am against +
ff" Wants .\. Mule such legislation but the bills' _,.Ie about '
attar f'nirrrwlCrrdlt
,,. Er">..
ate life one of one of the proponents and as yetI

I :mv s 1dfng r Dairymen, have not had time to study the
!I': av red merits of the proposed leglslaf Ion. J. W ANDREWS JR.STARKE
h' l'' setyot against the prac-
I j :s law I am definitely name 1 ,
ltI maa ,
sr, U) Senate action tice of writing in a
without his knowledge or consentas "

.a ftlltlC'1 One Yet done In this case" Mr Inman .FLORIDA

perhaps the beat parlor further stated. I ,


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certificate Nos. 93 and 627 of of SR: Cor of NEVi & Run W 131 amounting .., --
i t.
I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED 4 and 1933 respectively, and re- yds. N 618 yds, H; 181 yds, 8 616ydM ALSO: NW''i ,>
<-Kpnt unpaid taxes for the years to beg.. Sec. 84 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 7. :S. It. 22 I: !,
to both Inclusive. amountIng E., 14 "
occtlCll i iNational Mr. and Mrs to $16U.40.ALSO The taxes certificate to bn No.sold< 281 are and evidenced 1329- ed by taxi-v"artu 1 1 t,,. I
,s John In NB ('or of NEV. by and ,
Benny Snpp : 8 A.-I.K" of 1927 and 1933 respectively, and repress ?
announce the engagement I NEtbeing 0.10 ft N & 8 bv 420 represent unpaid taxes for the yearn m.si 1.. t
of K &; W Sec. 20 Tp. 15. R. 21 years 1926 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting lu Q.<
Acn-s. amounting to $60.50. ALSo: NI', ,,,
of their daughter lie. Hold lirA ovldeno- S. R. 22 E. m," .
The taxes ALSO: PEVi of SWVi\ Seo. 2 Tp. 7 The taxe ,
and 496 i t.
Dorothy Mae by certificate Nos. 129 S. R. 22 E., 40 Acres.. i
ed by "
cert i n ,
and t i "J
Fraternal Pageant New River AssociationTo 1929 and Iflri: : respectively at
sold evidenced
The taxes to be are and
t0 Guy Hinton for the represent, i, ,
.... unpaid' '
Nos. 234 and 1866
"both by certificate < ,. .
Program TonightA Hold Quarterly RallyThe I Sale, of Madison, ., 1928 to U 9. inclusive. of 1924 and 1933 respectively. and amounting years 1931 to I I" FI i i,. lu"

of Mr and to U2.T4. represent unpaid taxes for the ALSO .
and entertainmentwill Quarterly Rally of the New son ALSO: NEV. .f NFN of River 1939 both : NWi., "
1923 to Inclusive
program years 7 M. H. 22 ...
Mrs. John Henry y 33 Tp. 7 S R. 21 E., 20 Acres.The to 10144. F i. :
be to members of River Association of the Baptist 4a be sold are evidenc amounting The taxes. i? i I.
presented Sale, also 0 f r36 taxes: to 101 and 642 ALSO: Heg. 2 chns., S of NW Cor ed by c..rtll 1 1 ,, ,. !I
fraternities clubs, organizations Woman's Missionary Society will 14 by certificate nos. of NEVi of 8WV &; Run S 8 chns.. and repreHitni, .
all M a d1 on. The 1924 and 193.1 respectively, and E 10 chns.. N 3 chns.. W 10 chn., nyears ,
; 1931
and the general public of be held at Lawtey Saturday May wedding will unpaid taxes both Inclusive for the, to Heg? less W 1 A., 2 Acres Hue. amounting t t to? *i I'(' Ju It

Starke and Bradford County to- 27, beginning at 10 o'clock In the I I take place July 3 1928 to to $54.86.1139! 8 Tp. 7 8. R. 22 E.. 2 Acres ALSO: EU' ,,,
The be Hold evidenced '
taxes to < are SEVi Bee 22 \E.
morning. I In the First Bap- ALSO: Lot 8 In Woodlawn Sec. liy certificate No 267 and 1396 1'1', ,. !
night beginning at 8 o'clock in the Acres )I'
10 Acrea.The
I Tp. 6 8. R 22 E.. of 1920 and 1933 andrepresent
A fine program will be given tist Church, with to be Hold are evidenc respectively The taxes i I., i,
auditorium of the Woman's ClubHouse taxes unpaid. taxes for the
with Miss Susan Adama and Miss I the Rev. L A < by certificate No. 279 of 1934, years 1919 to 1939, both Inclusive and ed by tertlii," .u, i''<

Theo Thomas giving addresses. Shepherd of the represent unpaid taxes for theinclusive amounting to $35.29.. years represent 1931 'uni 1'' \. 1'"
both to I II.!
.. 1933 to 1939. ,
The of the la of- $2048.. ALSO: W6 of SWVi of SEVi Less amounting to $24 ndu
for lunchat State '
purpose program Please bring sadnwlches Farm to
Bd. Right of Way Seo, 24 Tp. 7 8.R. ALSO
: W3 or
> ry1 521n Wood- stS
to promote good will and cooperation noon. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ficiating. ALSO Sec.WV4 29 Tp.of Lot 6 B. R. 22 E., 6 21 ".J., 17 H Acres. 8. n. 22 R, 80 t.,: '
The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to ,...
among the organizations and publicity chairman issued the Miss Sapp, an ) sold evidenc by certificate No. 152 of 1932, ed by cert If lea i.. Nand 'ill'j"
taxes to he are ;
above statement. attractive and< represent unpaid taxes for the 1
blonde represent .
No. 272 of 1934. uuijyears ,
people of the county. Cooperatingon by certificate years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, 'fu
.- taxes for the mn to ramounting .
the was graduated represent unpaid amounting to 4805. ; ,"I
the are American
program, to I'I
both !inclusive I
Epworth League Enjoys from the Brad- 1933 to 1939 ALSO: All that certain piece of .
Legion The Woodmen of the to SlII.n.AI.I'IO ALSO: BWi/4 ni' .
land In Eof\ SWV4 of & InSEVi "
t1. 8EV4 NEV. of SW% & '
World. Masons, Rotarians Modem Swimming Party ford CountyHigh : 7V4 Acres In E% of NWV4 of SEVi Sec. 24 Bounded K by SWVi See 23 Tp w
Sec. 32 Tp.
School I Inthe toy BEI4 less N 2 Acres. .
Llnnle Williams Land, N by Fug- Acres : lS
Woodmen, Boy Scouts each The Intermediate division of the I I class of '35 The S. R. 22 E., 8 he Acres sold,are evidenc oizl & S by Ii. 11. Hall & Went by The taxes to I.I..
church in the community and taxes to MyerH land 18 Acres Sec. :24 Tp. 7 ed by certiflcnt.. II.'
Methodist Epworth League en- and later attended by certificate Nos. 488 and 1289 I .
S. R. 21 E., 18 Acres.The and I
their societies Girl Scouts Wood- and represent ,
1932 and 1933: respectively unp
joyed a swimming party Friday of summer schoolat the taxes to be sold are evidenced years. 1931 to i'i" c""'
taxes for
man Circle Order of the Eastern unpaid ,,
last week at the summer home of the Universityof 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, by certificate No. 164 of 1932 amounting. to $61'! d'
Star. Parent-Teachers Association and represent unpaid 'taxes for theyears ALSO' : Lots J, I

Woman's Club and the Lit- Mr. and Mrs. E. 1C. Perryman on Florida... in ALSO: SW' to\4$92.88.of SWVi\ Sec. 2 Tp. 6 1931 to 1HR9. both Inclusive, Oo's S-n of MO'I I So L
amounting to 4192. 8 ,
beautiful Kingsley Lake Tp. 8. R. 22 E
Gainesville. o r R. 21 E., 40 Acres.
tle Woman's Club. ALSO: SWVi of SWVi Ex. 1.8 A. The taxes to b l ..
-- Swimming was enjoyed all aft- the past year she has been employed In the State Auditor's The by taxes certificate to be No.old 116 are evidenc of 1981, In NK Cor &; 1.48 A., In SW Cor 01 ..d by certificate OIl

and then Tallahassee. The bride-elect has a host of friends here taxes for the NWVi of SWVi\ Sec. 17 Tp. 7 S. K. and represent urn.) 'I
ernoon, a tempting picnic represent unpaid fur
For MembersOf 22 E., 40 Acres. ,
Revival to Begin 1933 '
years to Ill:
1930 to 1139.! both Inclusive, '
lunch was served. The league interested in her engagement.Mr. to $57.43. The taxes to be .sold are evidenced amounting to $31 ICl'.J

Church of ChristThe hopes to have many more partiesat Sale, son of Mr and Mrs. John Henry Sale of l\Iadl ALSO: Lots. 1. 2 or EV4 of Blk 40 and by represent certificate. unpaid No. taxes 533 of for 1932 the, Said tax certlfl< s 1 .her,
T & Co's Sub-Dlv. of NEVi\ of subsequent 'on., '
congregation here of the the lake during the summer. graduated from the Madison High School and attended \% Sec.; 28 Tp 6 8. n. 22 E.! years 1931 to 193I! both Inclusive, taxes. will be suit.) ,. I 1,1 I

Church of Christ will hold seriesof R taxes to be sold are evidenced amounting to $73.62. bidder at the ("on
a Jacksonville.. At he Is connected d.
ness College present certificate NOB. 492 and 1155 ALSO: All BUS of SEVi E: of Ry., Htarke' on the 91
revival meetings beginning Sun- King and Queen DeclineKing Lorillard Tobacco Co., of N. Y. with headquarters in 1930 and 1933 respectively and 4 4 Acres Bee/:: 18 Tp. 7 B. It. 22 E., 1939, at 11:00: 0"M\ ot I J

day afternoon at 3 o'clock. May _" unpaid taxes, for the Acres. Dated this the "r
George VI and Queen The taxes. to be sold are evidenced 1939.
1929 to inr.i; both inclusive
28, in the recently completed com- Elizabeth who Invited the by certificate No. 634 of 1932 (OFFICIAL SEAL
were by to 183.89. rh,
ed< by certificate Nos. 230 and 684 of amounting to 1349. and represent. unpaid taxes for theyears Clerk of r'
munity center building:, also Florida Legislature to visit this 1931 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent ALSO: Lots 2, 4 of Blk 8. ALSO: K% of NWVi of SEVi\ Ex. 1931 to Ifli9.. both inclusive County. Florida Circuit Brs
known the American for theyear. Town of Htarke of 6 Acres Sec. 30 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 {
as Legion State while on their Americantour unpaid taxes NEi! /::
1930 to 1939 both inclusive. 28 Tp 6 S. 11. 22 E 14 Acres.
Hall West Call Street.
on sent their thanks and ex- sold are evidenc
to U4.13.ALRO certificate
amounting The taxes to ba Hold are by No. 422 of 1934,
The meetings will continue daily pressed regret they will be unableto : NWW of NE4! of 8WJ4 ed by certificate. No 407 represent unpaid taxes. for the

for two weeks, with services each accept. The Legislature, the Sec 14 Tp. 6 tn.! 22 K., 10 Acre and represent unpaid 1933 to 1!39, both Inclusive. .,
The taxes to be sold are evidenced years 1931 to 19II: both to Uf 81.
night after Sunday at 8 o'clock. day afterthe 1939 session opened by certificate Nos. 253 and 1146 amounting to $6268. ALSO: BVj of SWVi\ of SE'.i\ Sec.

Rev. Harry Pickup of Gaines- adopted a House concurrent res- of 1929 and 1933 respectively. and ALSO' : Lots 4*. 64 In Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., 20 Acres.
vlll will conduct these services and represent. unpaid taxed: for theamounting Sec16 Tp. 6 8. It. 22 E., .. taxes. to he Hold are evidenc.
olution offered RepresentativeInman
by to 1939! both Inclusive, The taxes to be sold are )>y certificate No,.. 678 and 1830
will be assisted by Cleveland of Bradford to invite Their i to $30.21. ed by certificate. N" 608 11130 and 1933 respectively and

Moore of Trenton. Everyone Is Majesties the King and Queen to ALSO: NK: ,1 of NEU of NBU E and represent unpaid I unpaid taxes for the
60 ft of NWVI of NEVi of NEVi:\ Sec years. 1932 to 193l.! both .. 1929 to till1)), both Inclusive, "The Dependable Store" Est. 1894
cordially Invited and welcomed.The visit Florida. 22 Tp. 8 8. II. 22 E., 11 Acres. I amounting; to 7218. to $44.116. _

subject for Sunday Rev. The taxes: to be sold are evidenced ALSO: Lots 1, 2, :1. f, 8 ALSO: NE'4; of NWVi Sec., 3 Tp. 7
by certificate NOM. 427 and 1031 L. T & Co's Add. to ; \ It. 22 E.. 40 Acres DRESS SHIRTS Solid Colors and
announced is "Practical No'rlC'.1 OP 1'11.1'' ] OF TAJC ..
Pickup taxes to be sold are evident WINGS
of 1930 and 1933 respectively and of NEVi\ Seo. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. ___
Christianity'' and the Monday CKHTIFICATKHNotice represent.. unpaid taxes: for the The taxes to be old are by certificate Nos. 698 and 1358 Fancies ... $1 lb
I la hereby given that T. J. years 1929 to 1U30, both Inclusive, ed by certificate No. 1102 1930 and 19.J3: respectively and
night sermon will have as its Merman. has flied with me written amounting to $40.b. and represent unpaid unpaid taxes for the

theme "Do We Need a New Gospelfor !! request together that with the all\tax subsequentomlted certificate ALSO: Lots 1, of Elk 45 L, T & years 1932 to 1 Ml! both 1929' to to $77.81.ALSO IfKlfl.: both Inclusive, WORK SHIRTS __ __ ___ 50c to $1.1
to $123.30ALSO
a New Age ? or levied tuxes held by the ('o'" Buh-niv of NEVi of NEV4 Sec. amounting : NEW\ of NRV4\ of SWK Sec.
: Lot 7 of Hlk 5 L.
State bo advertised and Hold to thehlgh."t 28 Tp. 6S.R. 23 B.The Add. to Starke In W'y of 7 S. R. 22 E., 10 Acres. DRESS SHIRTS Solid Colors and
bidder. for rash as provided taxes to be Hold are evidenced taxes to be Hold nre evidenc WILSON
Sunday School PartyThe by Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts by certificate NOB. 434 and 1165 25Tp,88B.2211.! to be sold by certificate No. 600 and 1369 --- Fancies ___ $1.8
The taxes ere
of the Legislature, upon the following of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and 1930 and 1933 respectively! and
St. Mark's Sunday School described real estate. In the represent unpaid taxes for the ed by certificate No. 1103 ...... unpaid taxes for the

had a weiner roast and swim at County of Bradford, State of FlorIda years. 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive. ., and years.represent 1932 to unpaid 1939 both 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, ETCHISON Stiff or Soft

the summer home of Mr. and W, to-wit 75 ft :I.of Lot 8 of Blk 4 Townof amounting ALSO: rots to I 132.73., 3 of elk 4(1( L, T amounting ALSO: Lot to 5$23 of.11 Hlk. 6 L. : 2 Acres to $34.10.In NW Cor of NEVi Straw Hats --- ____________ .$1.00 to $5.0

Mrs. R. J. Davis at Kingsley Lake awtey W of Ky., Sec. 23 Tp 6 A Co's. Sub-Dlv of NR'/i of NEVI Add to Stark. In WVj of i Acres.NWVi Sec. 4 Tp. 78. R. 22 E..

Thursday afternoon of last week. H. R. 29 taxes: E.The .' to be .old are evldenca < Her. 28 Tp. 6 t.be 8. R.Hold 22 E. evidenc 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 I EThe taxes. to be sold are evlilenc- DRESS CAPS ___ __ _n________ -- 25c to $1.0
,The: taxes are !, taxes.. to be Hold.are Kv eertlflcate I VnM Al\t and n 1 n
ed by certi NO s.49336n11a. Qed ed by certificate Non 401. "u
by certificate No. 435 and 1168 374 of 1939, 1933 and 1930 and 1933 respectively; and Blues, Tans and (;JreensH

of represent 1932 and unpaid 1933 respectively taxes. for,. and the for tively the, and years represent 1929 to 1939" 1929 to unpaid to 2536.HKIfl.: taxes both Inclusive for the, SportEnsembles---t ___--__ $2.25; to $3.9f

1931 to 1939 both Inclusive elusive amounting to $51
yearn .
; SEVi: \ of SWVi\ of SEVi Sec
SWIM.SUITS amounting to $2805. AT.80:112/:: of NVi of \ 7 8. R. 22 J;:., 10 Acre
Blk 46 T &
ALSO Lot 4 of L.
: of Roy of NEM less 1 '
Oo's Bub-IHv: of Nfiyi:: of NEVi Sec. Church /Mac.:: 1 Tp 6 8. R. by taxes certificate to be No Hold.. 400 are and evidenc 1368 WILLIAM'S SHOES _____ ._________ v $1.59)! $2.2
22 E.
28 Tp. 6 8. K. Acres.The.
The taxes to be sold are evidenced taxes: to be sold are 1911 and 19.13 respectively, and
ForLadies' by certificate NOB.. 497 and 1187 ed certificate'. 687 unpaid taxes for the
: by
1930 to '19:111.: both Inclusive, 95c toS2.3
of 1930 and 1833 respectively, andrepresent and represent unpaid ITldeeo'd I to 2269. LUGGAGE --- .------ --
unpaid taxes: for thream years 1H2II to 19t! : both .
1929 to 1139, both Inclusive, amounting to $154.82.ALSO : Lot 4 of Blk 11. L. T &
Men and Mub.l>iv of NE' of :
4 NEVi Seo
.amounting to $17.73. : Lot 3 of Hlk 17 Tp. 6 S. R, 22 B.V.. !/: :
E. LADIES SHOES Whites Browns. 5cujj
,. ,
48 I T'& Co's
ALHOs Lot 3 of Blk Cltv S..". 4 Tp. 7 8. R. 21 j taxes
NrII '' Children Sub-Dlv. of NEI,. of NE&\ Sec. 28 The taxes to be sold are by certificate to be NOB.sold 302 are and evident 1180 !
Tp 6 8. 11. 22 K. ed by "bertlflcate-.Nos. 127 1929 THURSDAY
and 1933 and WE WILL CLOSE
The taxes.. to be sold are evidenced < of 1932 and 1935 ... .. I .
u "" unpaid taxes for the
; NOB. 499 and 1168 /
by represent unpaid taxes [ 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive ,
and 1933 respectively, and lB3t
of 1931 years to 1939 both to
represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $35.74. I
: Com at pt. 17V4 chns W
AND SIZES ream 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, ALSO/ : Lot 2 of Blk 11. T* ,
l u amounting to M'SW Hub-Plv., of NEVi\ of NEli
J AI.I'IU: 3 A., Cor. of SW Tp 6 8. R. 22 K. HUHMMHH H
of NWy W of Ky Sec. 33 Tp. 6 8.I. The taxes to be1"old are
22 E., 3 Acres. ed by certificate Nos. 487
SOc $3.95ALL The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1930 and 1933 ..
U M C 2 G .J U UY I to by certificate No. 438 of 1934 represent unpaid taxes. & PEEL

and represent unpaid taxes for the years 1929 to 1939, both .
years 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting to 8084.
amounting to $15.73. ALSO: S 3.4 of WVi of \
ALSO: NRV of NE.4 & EW of NEVi\ Sec. 2 Tp. 5 S. R.
COLOIISSANDALS Children's and Infants' NWV4 of NEW Sec. 11 Tp. 7 S. R. Acres.

19 M., 80 Acres. The taxes. to be sold are LAWTEY FLORID;
The taxes: to be sold are evidenced ed by certificate No. 361
by certificate. No. 7 and 4 of and represent unpaid ..
1932 and 19S8 respectively and represent 1932 to both ... ---
DRESSES years 1939. : ---------------------------
unpaid taxes for the years amounting. to $32.19.
1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amountIng ALSO: KX of Ink 1 R. : offe
WORTH UP TO $1.50 to 168.69.ALSO All that portion of Blk 3 8. We thank you for your reception of our New Store and
: 1.ol8 I. 2. 3. 4. 13, 13 of that lies In HWi of NW'4
SPECIAL, Pair AND SUN SUITS. Blk 18 Ward City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 R. ft of NEVi: of Blk 2 J I. R. the below listed prices as evidence of our appreciation of you
n. 20 1;:. All that portion of NEV
The taxes to be sold are evidenced S. of R 2 E.. N of half. S""
98c 29c, 59c, up to 98c by certificate No. 50 of 1932, and All that portion of Hlk S patronage. _
represent unpaid taxes for the 3 E.. lying" N of Half See
years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, Temples fctnb-Dlv.. Sec 23 2ND
amounting: to $80.37. R. 22 E.. 11 Acres. PRICES FOR WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE _
ALSO' : SKVt of NEVi\ of SWU Sec. The taxes to be sold are
BEAUTIFUL NEW LOT 1 Tp. 6 S. n. 21 E.. 10 Acres. ed by certificate No. 1019
The taxes to ... sold are evidenced and represent unpaId taxes iz POUNDS
ALL SIZES AND PATTEnNSLADIES' by certificate Nos. 69 and 835 years. 1932 to 1939. both MEAL 10 Ik ISc

of 1924 and 1933 respectively. and amounting to $41.09 Guaranteed Flour J2c
represent unpaid taxes for the ALSO: 7 A In SW Cor of !,
years 1923: to 19311, both Inclusive, NWVi\ Seo. 21 Tp. .8 8. R.
DRESSES amounting to $17.47. A..r.... -
ALSO: SW>4 of 8WJ4\ Sec.' 7 Tp. 6 The taxes to bt sold are GRITS 10 Ibs. 18c 24 POUNDS
8. Tt. 21 E., 40 Acres. ed by certificate Non. 315
The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1931 and 1933 .... ,
PRICE by certificate No. 119 of 1931, represent. unpaid taxes Guaranteed t Flour <
and represent unpaid taxes for the years. 1930 to 193*. both
$1.98 / year. 1930 to 193$. both Inclusive, amounting to $28.48. P. H. LARD lb. _
amounting to $58.68. ALSO NV.. of Hlk 7 or 9Yzc
ALMU' : 8K: See. 7 Tp. 6 8. R. II L. T A Co's R-D of NEVi\ 2
E., 180 Acres.. Sec. 18 Tp. 6 S. R. 21 E. SUGAR 5 Ibs.
The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are
by certificate No. 120 of 1931. ed by certificate. No. 488 ,
and< represent. unpaid taxes. for the of 1931 and 1933 .. No. 2 Tomatoes 5c
ALL STYLES AND COLORSMILLINERY years 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive, represent. unpaid taxes: can 2
> I amounting to $191.20. years. 1930 to 1939. both G. N. Beans 5 Ibs. JiBest ,
ALSO: Lot 49 In Woodlawn Seo. amounting to $34.06.
f 113 Tp. 5 8. R. E. ALSO: Lots 14, 15 of _
I The. taxes l to bI.I. id reM Hampton Sec. 19 Tp. 78. Navy Beans 5 Ibs. 19c
[ ed by certificate No. 205 and 689 The taxes to be sold are
LAnGE ASSORTMENT98c of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and ed by certificate' No. 423 White Bacon lb. !101 (
represent. unpaid taxes for the 1931 and 1934 respectively. ,
year. 1930 to 1934. both Inclusive present unpaid taxes 2 Pounds
amounting to 2771. to 1939 both
to $1.98 ALSO: NK:<4 of NE'i Sec S3 Tp. amounting to $151 33.

6S. R. 22 K, 40 Acres. ALSO: WV of tUBVi\ of Pure Ground Coffee 22c No. l Oc
The taxes to be sold are. evidenced 23 Tp. 6 8. R. 23 E.,ld2O" C 2 Sliced Pineapple
by certificate No. 31* of 1931, The taxes to be ..;

and years represent 193O to unpaid 1039. both taxes: .Inclusive for the, ed and by represent certificate. unpaid No. taxes 1041 <0-------- "-U..OI_ -_ _....... ..... r_...._ V"'R -__-

amounting" $63.62. years 132 to 1939. both
MEN'S SOFT STRAW ALSO: HU. of Lot 5> In WoodlawnSec. amounting to $48.98.
19 Tp. 5 8. R. SI E., 6 Acres.. ALSO: E: 100 ft of N 245 MEAT DEPARTMENT
The taxes to be sold are evidenced of NWVi of SRVi of NEV4\<
by certificate No. 110 and 649 of Tp 6 S. R. 21 E.!
HATS 1928 and 1933 respectively. and The taxes to be sold are
represent. unpaid taxes for the ed by certificate. No. 1043 ...-- .. '"--_ _--.-- u'n.- ,...- -_>,-- +
years 1927 to 1939. both Inclusive and represent unpaid taxes
amounting to $aa.80. years 1933 to 1939, both : .
t LIGHT AND DARK COLORS ALSO' : Lots 1, 8. 7. II A NS of Lot amounting' to $46.19. 5t
1 WORTH UP TO $2.00 16 and All Lot 49 In Woodlawn Seo. ALSO: Lot 19 In .. !! Neck Bones 3 lbs. 25c Salt Mackerel each ,
30 Tp. 6 8. H. II E.. 66 Acres. bracing NVfe of NEVi & \< ,
SPECIAL PRICE The taxes to be sold are evidencedby NW\4 Sea 3S Tp. 68. R. ,
'. certificate Nos. 14* and 839 of Acres
!t: N 1928 and 1933 respectively and represent The taxea to be sold are
98cMen' unpaid taxes for the years ed by certificate No. H,8 Pork Chops lb. 19c Tails 25c
1917 to 1919, both Inclusive, amount- and represent unpaid taxes Pig
In* to $114.1. years 131 to It3t. both, ,
AlSO All WE<4 of SKVi!: W of Ry., amounting to $4301.
s"". 14 Tp. 6 8. R. II E., 10 Acres ALSO: Lot 14 Peetsvllle,
Sport Suits Th. taxes to be sold are evidenced ing NV4 of NEH NKV4 Picnic Hams lb. 19c Ham Hocks ISC
by certificates No. 183 of 1932 S...,. 15 Tp. 5 a R. II E.. 6 lb.
i and represent unpaid taxes. for the The, taxes: to be sold are ,
years 1931 to U,., both Inclusive ed by certificate No. 10* .
$1.95, $2.95 and $2.98 I amounting to $97 81. of 1911 and I91S .. :
I II ALSO: WH of NWVi of NEV!: & represent unpaid taxes Co. Roll Butter lb. 27c 15c
II I 8WV of 8EV Sec. 11 Tp. 7 8. R. 11 years 111 to UU. both Smoked Bacon lb.
I H, 60 Acres amounting to $38.69.
The taxes to be sold are evidenced ALSO: NEof 8WV N :
by certificate No. 134 of 1931. Sec 1* Tp. 7 8. R. 21 R., 3* I
Alexander & Co. I and represent. unpaid taxes for the The taxes to be sold are Just Received Mile of fora

amounting years 1931 to to 6119.113, both Inclusive of ed 117 by certificate and 1(13 NUB... 137... I' a Chitterlings 3 Big pounds

ALSO: H 10 A., of NEVi of NW_4 represent unpaid taxes ,
Sec. 11 Tp. 7 8. R. 81 E. 10 '
Acres. years 126 to 1939. both
B. E. HATFIELD Manager 1 The taxes to be sold are evidenced amounting' to $93.70. Little
,. I by certificate No 137 of 1931. ALSO: FlW",". of 8E'"( Bee I Quarter
, and represent unpaid taxes for the a R. 11 K., 40 Acres.: _
years 1931 to 1139, both Inclusive, Tb. taxes to be sold arc


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!6. 1939 .. -- _. ...- .-- _. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EC5It.Vni. STAKKE. FIXJKID. P\OE
-- '-- -.--- ._-- ------ ._--_. ----------' ._ .. FIVE
Mr and Mrs T. J. Griffin, Mrs : : ;: ; -
M>TI<'K: OK %1'll.lrTIOS KOHr o.,ix. I lii III I hy the Slut' .ud vt.rt I iied EDITORIAL OF TilE WEElt
Carrie ,
Ritch and Miss Annie Darby .\"\ I)KII> .mil -cid| tn the )iiali," spent. Sunday In Jacksonville ('miitr 11111 "D. IlL.") for i .tMi, HM provided by Chapter
as FAVORITE XUTIl-K.. IS: HRRKBY CI1VKN IHB'lh! ,uf Ihl- IN1( act of the Leitl- "A communist IH a who
poison \
Bits of guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Tht, FnMri' Hhl !Smith holder of Imui, upon the following described
lax (,'''I.t ifl'ule tfo I7i. iNKiiiMl. the I i >fete in the County of Drad- wants to eat his cake and have ;
RECIPESWe L'nil day of September A ]"> U'3B. 1..1, State of Florid, to-wli : 'I yours too.-The Washington Postnfl I
linn filed Name in my offlco and him ( ''m..t NW C'or of Sec. 3D tt nun ,, .
Mr. and Mrs. lode HppllMiilon i for a tax deed to I I v 4.1.1 yrin. S 440 ydft W 43ft ).d..- V ----
I A. J. Wilkerson 1 br Issued thereon 440 yd.* to pt of H<*K. :.10 A Also LIT: HIM TRY
J. cal NevCONCERNING were dinner guests Thursday night have had Sold certificate mbrncc the following I, I'om. nt :NW ('or of HIT BS & Hun
of Mr. Wllkerson's many request to described property In the H 4 Itl l Ids. 8 440 yita. to pt of Hew
parents Mr. publish the delicious cucumber County of Urnitford. State of Klor- ""-* K SSO r"'". H 8X11 Y.IIV SHO The average man thinks he rnuld
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND and Mrs.V., R. Wllkerson, In pickle recipe used by Mrs. K G. ida to-wit.; I"h" N DSO yd*, to the pt of n..<<. run the government better than
Palatka. All SHli of j SEMI K of Hy Section A. See 25 Tp. 7 H It. 20 K IDS
Duncan and after due consulta- 20, Township 1 South Kaniri 21 I Al'r..... In ia being run--and if he couldn't,
!PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Lion with MI'& Duncan, here it is, Ea.t.. Containing 20 Acres more orless I I I The I luxe to b. sold are evidenced I he must be as dumb as mont of

Dr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Gtunwell just! aa she prepares it. The HKtK-HHmcnt of the said property I 1 paotlvly.by certificate. and represent No. 85 of unpaid 1931 us think he is. Jacksonville

of Punta Gordn. en route to Cucumber;: Pickle under I the mile certificate Innu-i i I taxes fur the yearn 1930 to I9.1H. Journal.
I'd was In the of It. K Wurr
Black name i Imlh Inlasit'e' .
HmouiltliiB to
Mountain. N. C., were week -
To one gallon of whole cucum- >ncy, 3.,. "each week for four ronHixiiHxweeks >
end guests of Judge and Mrs. A. Unless "/I lei certificate shall brpilvvmeil "
AIr Kalph Cox spent'M Mr. and Mrs. Vincent of Valdosta Z. Adklns. bers (about the size of the fing- nrrordlnd to law the all tux certificates together with Witness my hand and official ealat

r. ano 111 '/tlllesvUle./ Georgia, were guests of ers) add one cup of salt Repeat old property to the m-rlbed hla-hRt therein Milder will Itt the bfl subsequent will be Hold omitted to the or hlwhenlulddvr Leviedtaxes 11139.Stark. Florida, this May 23,

-- her aunt, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, until pan Is full. Cover with boil- court hoiintdoor on the Clrnt .tortday at the Court house door In (HKAl.) A, J. Thomas Clerk of
Smith spend- Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W. B, Haynes ing water and soak over night. In the month of July, 1939 N'ltrk..11 ut' II 'on clock the. Pth liMY of June, 1939, Circuit Court of Bradford County
1JuniUS M Mrs. W. B. Haynes Sr. and Miss which ,IM I the ftrii. day of July, 1939Dutort A. 6Ltoted Florida.
week ID Palm Beach. Rose Smith ? I To four quarts of cucumbers add thin 24th. day of May, 1939. 1919 l thin the 20th day or May Knight A Knight, Attorney for
\\I11S Elmo Struth and small all of Jacksonville two of two of (OFFICIAL SIOAt.I ) A. J. Thomas, I I :tOlrr- I'lalntirr S-2G 41 8-8-18
sugar plots IP1A1.
cups SKAI. A J Thninan, i
were Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I
son, James Rodman, spent several guests Sunday of Mrs."' Clerk of .
50c atImp' Circuit Court of Bradford '
vinegar of
trunks one tablespoon whole County, Florida. n-20 5t 0.23xo'I'Irl1 : -
0V bathing/ Bertha Pearce. County, Klorldii, 11-211\1: 8.11
days this week with relatives In
} of j
allspice, one teaspoon celery
.. OK N 'IK or '1'\\ ,
DeLand. I -W-: seed, and one teaspoon of lumen ('Kll'rlKlt'ATKH 011.:11: or rt'III.U"'rIO" .e It uAzAnns'I I,
Mrs G. I \OIICH10 II'1'1''' .
and -- Alderman Mrs. L. (. Notice IH hereby given thai Wnldo 1 i iFrlnirla The Mm ..f F'lorldse' lVC 1
A. Bishop 43' Kitwnnl
H y I
HUH filed with writtenreiiuvnt
t and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch ore A. Canova and son, Levy Mrs. S. me .'C. t Inrtiin, t mini :ronrt I
in Put cucumbers that the tux certificate
f Saturday vinegar and ingredients ; .
Nlna pent P. Vandlvlere You 'an' not lflsd I Ihrtl Man I'M I .
ghtet spending several days this weekat and son, Pltner. and together with all subsequent omit : : I OLDAGB. ACODENTj
in pan. Let come to a xvardH a 1 plaintiff 1 has dub, filed.
Mrs. H. levied taxes hM hy the Suite
mville their summer home on Kings C. Maxwell spent Tuesday boil Pack jars with cucumbers b c.da".Jrv; *rtlned and old to the hlgh- I her litll, 0 r,complaint rot divorceKulnt I TOTAL DISABILITY(
ley Lake. In Jacksonville sat bidder for cash aa pioMdvd bvChapter MIII Coy )Kilwardr. un D6ATHl
L. Mat- adding one teaspoon"' of pulverizedalum fendiitn, and that affidavit foi SICKNESS \
Kugene 18296 of the 1937 acts of
?r and !Mrs -- I to each quart jar. Cover the LvKl'lnture upon the. followlnndewcrllied I issuance nf this order ban been ( d"l
and Tuesday filed, _
Monday Circuit Court of '
Upent Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gartner of Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned with hot vinegar and seal. real estate In the Countyof ford County Florida, In .. f.I f.
Bradford State of Florld ,to-wlt;
fstksonvllleu.u Gainesville home Monday after "spending' a Cn"p0.; H83; and Coy 1.dwards : ,
were guests Sunday -Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Lot II and 24! In Woodlnwn Hnc. 1T .. you ,
--- afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. C. H week in Jacksonville with her son- I -.- |> 6 S It. 23 E., 20 Acre. pear In fro' mild hereby" required to ap 'MIlt
cause on June 881hI31. '
t, Mrs L C. Ray were in Nasworthy.Little in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell attended the safety The taxeK to be sold are avlilencd \l! olherwUe the allegations of IIAItOLD O. "'''LJ.jtC'IIC) )
by certificate NOM. 1ST and 219 .
iitk Tuesday visiting Mr. and James Godbold. meeting of the Florida Power of 1932 and 1934 respectively. nndrepresent mild. Mil of complaint. will is taken
and in Palatka unpaid taxes for theyears an onfeRHed by yon; Hrmlford Reliance Ufo Insurance Company I t
W. H Alton Light; Co. Friday. ('Ullllt) Tfli-irraph In designated \
Girl.' bathing suits 08r 1931 to 111:19.: both lni-lu..lve.. an of litt.I>
Friends of Mr. Harrell will be Interested the duly iiuallfled' newspaper for uric
at Stump's.Mr. Edward Miller of Jacksonville I amounting to 360.26.ALSO the Publication of thin order once Ii :I
W B Mundy, Miss DoroSapp is employed at the depot as stu- to learn that he was ; Lot 21In' Wooillawn Hec'
tk 18 Tp 5 S. It 221H.< "10 Acres.The .
Mrs. A. Revelist dent awarded an eight years safety '--'---- -'- &
and and Mrs. Ira P. operator-agent. He has been taxi in l 'I 'xuld .tue evidenced -
in Tallahassee. Shepherdand here three weeks and Is driver's certificate of merit. bv certificate NOB. 194 and 622 {I
Monday staying
t BOn Jack Shepherd were of 1932 and 1 1U38\ respectively and FLOWERSAll
visitors in Green Cove at the Bradford House. I II represent unpaid taxes. for the. $ ,
lw, Johnnie Russell attended Springs I I Camp Opens May 28 years 1931\ to 193(1, both Inclu"tvCl'1 order filled wltli careful coltlllllt'rll' t
afternoon.A. .
Sunday nmmmtlnK to $3410.ALSO ','
Bfuneral of her aunt, Mrt. D. J.Ik Mrs. Titus Olsen returned to her 1!I Camp Immokalee. near Keystone I : Lots 21, 20. 27. 28 In Wood- lion for the requirement of the Indlt'Ulual. '\
i lawn !Sec 16 Tp B 8, It. 22 H, 40 I C
Madison Sunday. home here Wednesday after e Special attention given to promptness and 1\,
In J. Griffla, J. H. Moore of spending Heights, opens its first", two Acre
two weeks in Olmstead, Illinois I I I'h.\ taxes to be Mold are evlitenoed roonoiny
Lawtey, and E. J. Lewis of Brooker week of ,
camping period the sum- ; by cvrllflcnte No 193, 231 and
Drown and daugh- with her Mr. and h '
la Clifton were business visitors in Tallahassee parents. 'I' 102 of 1932 1935 and 1937 respectIvely '
Biiarion left this week to Join last Mrs. George F. Lilley. mer May 28, Sunday. The first unit represent unpaid taxes Mrs. L. G. Powell
N. C.ir Thursday. two-week will be fur the yi-uix 1931: to It in. both In {
I Brown In Wallace period a girls' cliiHlvn. HinoiintlnR to |94 4H! rhone 12J-J

Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Roberts of I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and camp and the second period be- Said tax ccrtiricatei together'. ,' -. "-'-'--'--- -----'-'-'---'-'-'-" -'. '
with all onitlteil
H. C. Ritch were xiiliHetiuent m
and Mrs Brunswick, Ga., were guests sev- children Enos and Betty spent ginning June 11, will be for boys. Levied taxi'M will be "old to Ih.( I
Eti Monday afternoon of Mr. eral days last week of Mr. and I Sunday in Jacksonville as guests Most of the boys and girls attending highest hhl.h'I.t the Court house
door In /1"1", the 9th day of
H Ritch In Jackson- nn
IMrs. J Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. I of their son and daughter-in-law the camp are from Jack- June, lll.lli, ill II:VO, o'clock A. M,
Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Jr. sonville. This year. horses and .haled thin the 20th day of May !
Tommy Gill of Augusta, Georgia -I I --- -- ponies will be available and those > ( 1: .1 Thomas.
|:i S S Dowling "spent, several arrived Monday to spend sever Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and attending may learn to ride. [;:.rI; J'.11:, ;nit l'btul'L\nf IliaiirordCounty Tip Top Grocery
nthis week in Jacksonville 1.'I'lda 6-2(1( 9t 6-W .
[ !Mrs James God- al weeks here with his mother daughter; Miss Martha Haynes, of Lifeguards supervise all "swimming _. ----- .-
her slstei Mrs. and a fine has :\OriflOK Ml.h OP T\Y
Fay Gill, and, family. Winter Haven spent the weekendas faculty chargeof
guests of Mr. Huynen' sister the camp which Is a nonprofit li li.Tr.hy given that Brook AND MARKET
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Mrs. T. Mrs. Bertha Pearce and family. enterprise. "!' Tm'pentiu' ('"IIII>..ny, loft haD .,
IlseS Ruth Cud Edith' Rowe filed with mi written request that ,
T. Long and their mother, Mrs I the tux ,'ertlflcnles, toKelher with
t tthe ita week-end of Mr find in Mrs.Lake James City W. T. Jackson of Bacon ton, Ga., I Miss Harriet Bishop a studentat STOMACH UPSET: ? | all KubHeiiunnt' omitted or levied SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY ,

spent Monday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Southern College In Lakeland, Is low-vitality robbing you'
will arrive Saturday to spend her physical resistance your system I

Tolbert Black and son Jim- summer vacation with her parents needs right now? Often, it Is -- _H _

my, of Macclenny were guests Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. found that systems lacking their I
A Saturday of Mrs. Black's parents rightful strength are afflicted with I UJflllTRDSWANTKI I 11
COLLEGEEDUCATION Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. i Ladles' bathing suit, hlrrw It 1 poor appetite due to stomach over. FRUITS VECETABLES

to 52. Beautiful Styles, at acidity.If
Miss Marjorie Stump and Miss Stump's. : heartburn, discomfort, or up- ) liRE SURI "!OR CKtAMIHO USe CAtNAJION MILK"

n rMlnwucd CO b* wofthIDoooo. Dorothy Atkinson of Bunnell were I set stomach, caused by this over- \
TbmiMfid or far- recent guests of Miss Stump's par- I \
| acidity, is bothering youtake
the lighted" rducarion pireot end arc faun wurinK of ents, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump. Mrs A. Revells and :Miss'Doro-i 1 Hisma-Rex. FANCY BANANAS 4 lbs. 1 ISc

their children through the_ I thy Sapp of Tallahassee have returned -,: ) TO BUY cows and ,
> Tiisma-Rex quickly neutralizes
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Griffin and I to Tallahassee after "spending !, hogs. Market prices paid on nil ;f

Reliance Educator PolicyIUIOLD son. Doc, of G/etno. were guests I several days here with Miss j, excess linings acid and soothes brings the about stomach-relief'': grades J. D. ODOM, box 247, Real Large Pineapples, each, '. lOc t

aevM r"'.I'' r... Friday of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Grif- 'Sapp's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. and comfort. Starke Fla. 331lyr.p I _. _-- .-- I

C WALL. Agency fin. Friday afternoon Mr. and jB. Sapp, I II Obtain a jar of Ulama-Rex atIt's I FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots. Fancy Lettuce or Celery, each lOc !
flues Lifo Insurance Company Mrs. Griffin and their guests '

of 1'ittshurg I visited fin In Waldo.Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Grif- I and Mr.baby.and Catherine Mrs. Milton, of Brownlee Galnes- I Drug exclusive in Store Starke agency Carpenter's, your Hexall DrugStore I each feet back fronting on 105 Little feet* Santa by 500'I Fed i I.I. HASTINGS POTATOES 10 Ibs.ISc i

tville I were week-end guests; of Mr.I Luke, directly south of my i ,

|Brownlee's parents Mr. and Mrs. I, FLOWERS |! camp. Two dollars per front I = Falrmont.M----::..... I

NAT SEZ: IJ. M. Brownlee. and Mrs S E'I 1 foot. R. A. Weeks Brooker 2tp nEE ... One (1)) Package/ :
I --- .__ I ion SALK CHEAP -- Improved CREAM: (.'IIKESE: with purchase of one \ '\ '
Went down the other night to look ,I | varieties Puerto Rico sweet potato i .
Miss Juanita Barefoot left Tuesday IN ANVDESIGNS : I'
over the Farmers' Market and It i vines $2 per thousand and pint of falaw ;i
for Mllledgeville Ga., to visit frJ
Missionary strawberry "
4 lld my heart good to see the no- her cousin Miss Frances Opper- I $2.SO per thousand. Any amount. :; FAIRMONT'S MAYONNAISE J

tlvlty and the good work that It man of Grand Rapids, Mich., who ANo Flowers i LEON DICANDIO Rt. 2, box :'

going on down there for the benefit Woman's Is a freshman College.Mr. at ihe. Georgia State t' \Vlrrd AnjbodyAnywhrre to I I 1 25'4 Starke, Flu 5-2fl 4tp Highest Quality, pint 25c Nr ; t

of our_Bradford County farm- ___ I
FOIL HALE "'IIK'" over one -
ers. It just goes to show you and Mrs Walter Tlmmer- For AnyOcc'wolon I million Improved variety Missionary FAIUMONT'S Country' Roll, Worlil'N Fulr round27c

what a few business men can accomplish man of Stockton. Ga., Mr. and strawberry plants, by GOLD MEDAL BUTTER

sitting around a dinner I Mrs. Gus Vining of Nashville Ga., MKS. N. I). WAINWIUGHTrhone I the bed or by the thousand.
of Valdosta Ga.. i }'' 1JIiIOHI.I'YO! : TAIII.K llIAiS1fi :
table : and Fred Vining I Millard R. Judd. Stnrkc see'//
.once a week. I lOt I
were guests Sunday of Mr. and 2 Can PEACHES

I Mrs. L. D. Vining. I II PINEAPPLE :2i -
Ne. Ian I

Friends of Miss Dorothy White r- I JOe I 12 / c

F I will regret to learn that she Is con- I .- .

fined to St. Vincent's Hospital in ('OIJNTUKIi'lT I" & 0

Jacksonville convalescing from FISHING PEAS OR CORN SOAPS

operation per-
an appendicitis ('aIlOl I For
formed there Tuesday
25e tOe
j 3-thread! Luxurla Crepe Mrs.-A. -M.--Darby- will attend r-r2'i SEASONIs

I the Cockrell-West", wedding in nn.\UI"fJltU ('OINTY-I'U"J! FARRIS I'VUE

KHOLEPROOF e Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. LARD LARD

Miss Elise Jones granddaughterof 'an Van
Mrs. Darby will be one of the Now Open

More alluringly beautiful attendants at the wedding. $3.75 $3.40

r )4F
:han ever are trim slender new rurtaim In all colors -
your Lovely 111.(1': ItOMl 8WIFI"8 1'ltE\rJVM!
StWIIP'S.1110 window So Is Our
fegs in these BattercrepescyHoleprooflSo '
o, shades in any width, length and

Ins color at Stuiiip'n. RICE MILK ;

dear 5( dull. so Olor."ly Mr. and Mrs. B L. Bugg of Atlanta TACKLE DEPARTMENTThis II Pounds T.\J.L CAN

sheer they add Ga., Mr. and Mrs.. Henry 15c 5c
and Mr.
Lewis of Crystal River,

new glamour fo your cos- 1 and Mrs A. J. L-wts of Bartow the I largest
A I we are
of Mrs. S. E. year
bme.Themnstauthentlc ( were Brownlee and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Best WHITE/ BACOIUb.Wc

high fashion, colors. Remarkably Brownlee. variety of Fishing Tackle and Baits

|( on q-wear- Friends-of- Mrs Calvin Johns ever carried in Starke. JlOII.INO Pound SMOKEDPound: !

'in g been: ,Ire Of the will be interested to learn that !
a raepe BACON BACON 14c
she is recuperating at her home 71/c
tw"t" |In short confined to
e' j here after being
lIedi" .t Alachua County Hospital In FREE I -- --- (
"m and .
Gainesville several days becauseof BROOKFIEU) Pound COOKIl;;

i illness. -- We offer you the services of our new CHEESE 17c OIL GaL 69c
E S. Matthews
Mr. and Mrs Magnifying Glass to find ,
79c spent the week-end In Orlando a
and $1.00 guests of their son-in-law and flaws in.yom rods. After these flawsare EIKUMEICE BREAKFAST Pound t

: Lendon.daughter,Mrs.Dr. and Matthews Mrs. H.remainedfor B. Mc- found and corrected your line will BACON 21e

i a two weeks' visit with Dr. and last just twice as long.

Mrs. McLendon.The ... !

KbhC. ntedbrGood, ;HouwlMolng and the.._,......T.alns Bureau See Our New Baits, Some You Have Never YAIIU.ONT'A BETrP R l'oWld
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- Seen Before

IT Inson, Mrs. T:1. Griffin Mrs. TUB BUTTER lb. 27cFJARfDA
PAYS TO BUY AT Hogan Smith. Mrs. L. C. FUy.Mrs. ,

L. F Smith. Mrs. Pearl i -
Slmpscn, and Mrs. W. P. Smith BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. J uii Pound

were In Ortega Thursday. of last :,

week attending a zone meeting of'' STEW tOe

District Number Two, Woman's J. B. Carlisle, Owner I I

Missionary Society of the Methodist -


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SKKKS: BEST: "GGE.L House ApprovesTwo $80.400 FOIt |I. OF f



Fla. Divorces a bill to tneedap
appmpn! ,,d', ,.
Gainesville, Florida housewives FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS tiq.100
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I who have especially pleasing egg the University ,111'. r-II"\, ,,'ria
I frOIl1
meal menus have an opportunityto Tallahassee,-The House voted .. general revenue i.,,,,,! ,tl'

I cash in on them in a $1,000 egg Tuesday to add two new grounds GIBBS IS SPEAKER SHIPMENTS FALL OFF salaries of count, pa' '
RURAL 7I171t. Dtrt fHousehoPd meal menu contest sponsored by conviction of a felony. and hab- Gainesville, George Couper Pahokee,-Shipments of vegetables tension agents who, "pit''''rat '
the World's Poultry Congress, ac- itual use of narcotics-to nine already from the Okeechobee region w "*,
Glbbs, attorney-general of Florida, their
I COMMON SENSE j cording to an announcement by established for divorce in will deliver the principal addressat went into a steady decline this Representative compensation ,p 'Ii' ('ryr s':,"

-- T-M1Li l Norman R. Mehrhof, head of the Florida. the annual banquet for gradu- week as the 1938-39 season nearedan Allen! ,? "lIiWanr

I By SPUDS JOUNSONONEIAWROVEMENTLEADS : poultry husbandry department in The measure, passed 46 to 29, ates, alumni, and faculty membersof end. Only 160 cars, 126 of sponsor of the Seodi!,!i,. ,"?,?,

I the University of Florida College does not change the State's law the University of Florida Col- them filed with tomatoes, rolled House, said because ',4 \\11, "a"l
By Anna Mae Sikes of Agriculture and chairman of which allows divorce actions to be FEC P'eM'
I lege of Agriculture at 1 o'clock out of the Lake region over ad valorem tax ,\.t"nl,
Extension Nutritionist the Florida World's Poultry Con- filed after residence in Florida for eau'
IN MAKING railway tracks to Northern ship- t
TO ANOTHER Monday afternoon 29 Dean small
May ,
amount of t ,, ,
the t\
RURAL HOMES LIVABLE Everyone is familiar with gress Committee. Contestants: 90 days It now goes to the Sen- II. Harold Hume announced last ping points. The variety of vege- IJelnr (
value of milk as a food, thanks to will need to send their menus to week. table products shipped Increased, that all cola ; rondo hJ

of the home is n the efforts of nutrition workers, him by June 1, he says. ate.An amendment struck out of the .- however, as corn, eggplant and decreased, and th <,gents ",
Improvement and
home demonstration agents, Prior to July 1 the state com- bill divorce after escarole made on the their '
somewhat spreading Idea, with one Most home- a provision for WPA PAYROLLS TRIMMED appearances money when they
health authorities. can
the to mittee will select the five best separation for five years, even If list. Second in volume to toma- some instances
improvement showing way makers however, not as Jacksonville,- only 'me
are a- Earnings
of Flor- a
egg meal menus submitted by the separation resulted from mu- toes was celery with 14 cars, mix- \'eII\
another. in the ida WPA workers have"\been "The passage of this i
ware of its utility preparation trim- 1)11I
Florida residents and submit themto tual consent. ed carrots numbering 7, beans and hens
This point about ru- of cooked dishes as are med by more than "will
significant they $200,000 assure the
national show officials, who The House first adopted, then a escarole, :5 each and eggplant, corn agent of 18J'
homes brought out quite of the in which it can be month since
ral was ways January I, State Administrator stantlal
will choose the best 20 entries and cabbage recording shipmentsof source of
reconsidered and eliminated, a- revenue ,
clearly and emphatically by Sum- used in its raw state. Schroder said Month. u d,
from the United States prior to 1 car each. not raise the
would have salaries
mendments which
ter County Agent W. J. Platt, Jr., ar' ly payrolls which at one time ot th ann
to ex-
So .
today, we going sug- July 15 and request the Individuals authorized divorce insanity he explained.
of rural upon ceeded
in a recent discussion gest a few recipes for the use of winning this recognition to appear and $2,000,000 had dropped to HAIL DAMAGE J HEAVY
for five
incompatibility .
work in his section. years, $1.895,312! -
electrification for the
April, Administrator -
milk in cooked foods. In these "
at the World's Poultry Congress Farmers businessmen
nonsupport.Representative. Winter Park, PULP MILLS
Electricity was a major Im- recipes the letter "t" stands for and publicly demonstratetheir said. The April figurewas \viv
in farm homes in Slater Smith of $62,344 less than that for and home owners were Tallahassee, J in dedi'
many "tb" for tablespoon and
provement teaspoon, meal menus. '
egg busy Tuesday morning, taking handed down
Clay later withdrew the Insanity March he added.COMMENCE111ENT. II today on M
Sumter County, proving a very "c" for All measures are &etl
useful servant in lighting the level. According to rules of the con- I amendment, which caused most of 4> stock of damage done May 15 brought by a group or 90 Jac,

test, the menus may be for either the fight. EXERCISES during the afternoon by a strange, vllle citizens against th, Natitd,
and barns and performing
homes Vegetable Soup meals and 15-minute hall and wind storm
evening or noon eggs I Container Corporation
of the work that was there- Representatives Martin of Polk Lakeland, Outdoor the ,
some commence-
Cook vegetables until tender in are not limited to the main dish which cost the area over $100,000. preme Court of Florrai
tofore done by hand or by some Cutor and Beasley of Walton were chief ment exercises for a class of stud- held IJ1
little water
as as possible.
but may be included in other Telegraph lines were down and a constitutional
other of The remark- spokesmen against the Insanity ents will be held at Florida amendment is
type power. wire South-
chop or put through
dishes. Recipes for all dishes telephone was the only available "definite recognition tha--
able thing about the Installation strainer, add to white sauce, using using eggs are required to be sub- clause. ern college on the afternoon of means of communication with mill is not a public a on,

of electricity on many farms, 3-4 to 1 cup vegetable to 2 cups mitted with the menu, and Meh- Beasley, who sought unsuccess- May 29, with the Rev. William E. Groveland, Lake County farming conducted and nmsanceproperly It'h,

however, was the very rapid Improvement white sauce. I rhof says special recognition will fully to have the entire bill killed Craig of Orange City, superintendent community, where Monday farm- In an opinion written opera
by jut
of other things about For white sauce, use 1-2 to 1 tb. bit given to originality and skill in I declared the "time has not come of the Jacksonville districtof ers were gloating over good prices Rivers Buford, the -curt declin|
homes Mr. Platt said the Stateof the St. Johns River Methodist
the flour, 1 to 2 tb. butter 1 c. milk devising the most appetizing,I when we should make they were getting for melons and to recognize the complaint of ,

Shortly after power was turn- Season to taele.Vegetables satisfying and healthful egg meal Florida a dumping ground for Conference, as speaker. Dr. Ludd Tuesday were attempting to sal- lution of the air by declaring p

ed on in the homes the families may include aspara- meus. 'those seeking divorces." M. Spivey, president of Southern, vage something out of the sham- "if the plant is operated In iu th

began making other improvementssuch gus, peas, beans, celery, tomatoes He said In some sections of the will deliver the baccalaureate ad- bles. About 10 cars of melons, manner as is possible with preset

as buying or making new potatoes, onions, carrots, spinach, FEED SUPPLIES State courts grant divorces with- dress on the morning of May 28, some of them with big holes rip- ly known methods rt reduce

furnishings, painting the interiors and corn, or any combination of POINT TO INCREASE IN out proper consideration, or "after at College Heights Methodist ped in them, were rolling to market eliminate the emission of u

and exteriors, establishing flower these. LIVESTOCK POPULATION hearing a page or so of testimony Church. as ungraded fruit. Farmers noxious and offensive odors,

gardens, planting shrubbery, constructing Chowder ." .--- anticipated the stuff would be cannot be held to constitute"

water systems, and Chowders may be made of fish, Gainesville, Fla.-Florida producers Clement declared the purpose of ._ .. _REDUCES_ft r>.._ ._FORCEiuvmca heavily discounted. : public nuisance.*'
building Indoor bathrooms. corn, or a mixture of vegetables. no doubt will be Interestedin his bill was to "eliminate the ,-jjue to a shortage in

It Is logical that Improvementsshould 2 c. milk or more; 2 medium- the general increase in live- wholesale perjury we now have funds, and the delay of the legis-

follow other Improvements. sized potatoes diced; 2 c. vegetables stock feeding and production !In I when people have to try to prove lature In making provisions to insure INSURE WITH

After beautifying the interior of ; ; 1 onion; 1-2 c. bacon or prospect for the country as a cruelty." adequate means for carryingout JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT

their home, a family Isn't satisfied salt pork cut in small pieces. whole in 1939, Dr. C. V. Noble I "When the mind of a person is the school program, the Lake

with leaving the outside lookIng Try out meat in kettle in which of the State Extension Service gone," declared RepresentativeMorrow County Board of Education has FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS

like a barn without paint and chowder Is to be made. Remove said today in commenting upon of Palm Beach, "that per- instructed the trustees of the eight

without attractive grounds that meat and add it last. Slice onion the annual livestock outlook reports son Is dead. Should we make a school districts to eliminate all Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

will set the home off to the pass- and brown in fat. Add fish, or issued by the Federal Bureauof husband or a wife stay married to music teachers and librarians.

This means that sixteen' teachersover __ _____ __
erby. After all, Improving corn or diced vegetables with just' Agricultural Economics. one who Is dead?" H

one part or phase of the home and enough water to cook them. When The outlook reports cited by Dr. the county will be affected
leaving the rest alone Is not do- tender: add milk, season with salt Noble point to the large suppliesand by the ruling, unless local school

ing a complete job of things. Do- and pepper, add crisp meat and relatively low prices of feed told haVe'a' the House "apparently divorce attor-we boards are able to provide means I We Are Completely Equipped To Handle The Job

Ing this would be simillar to hav- serve. grains as factors that will en- here.great It's many a growing businessin for retaining; them without the aid On The Road or At Your Home
fender of au auto neys of county funds.
Ing only one continued liberal feedingof "
the rest of the courage the past few years. t WASHING POLISHING WAXING AND
cleaned and letting BAKING WITH HONEY livestock this coming winter

car remain muddy and dirty. Many bakery concerns make and spring and bring about fur- Florida now has as grounds for CAT ADOPTS RABBITS BATTERY SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY

of the fact that they use divorce adultery, extreme cruelty, Lake City,-An amazing cat on
And this it Is with communities.Any much ther increase in production of meat I ,

person who considers himself honey in baking. They do this animals. For the country as a I habitual intemperance, Impotence degree I the farm of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. I "The Home of Good Service"

a cooperative, loyal citizen of a to keep their products from dryingout whole the production increases: relationship within the Green, near Lake City, is not con-

community will not let his placego too rapidly. The same princi- will be noted first for hogs and prohibited by law, possession liv-by tent to take care of her own kit- CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION"FOR

to rust and weeds If his neigh- ple works equally well in cakes fat cattle. either husband or wife of a divorce tens, but goes put and adds to her

bors all around him are beautifying and other products baked at home. 1938 it is estimated that ing spouse, a previous hidden familyby adopting baby rabbits. :. SUDDEN SERVICE"
During orlonger
desertion for one year I
Last week the cat, about five years
_ and improving their homes. Honey takes up moisture rapidly the grain-consuming livestock, in
and habitual Indulgence
and holds It, so fruit cakes, old 1, Rave; birth to four kittens. A
the of this improve- Increased
And gist population has by violent and ungovernable temper -
cookies and a few days later.she appeared witha
ment idea Is that It is based on steamed puddings, around !5 percent. Nevertheless
demonstration. That's the reason candies made with it stay moist along the number of grainconsuminganimal 4> baby rabbit the same size as her For Speed and Comfort Ride Florida Motor Line 11u-

time. But confections and I kittens, but with its eyes open. A I
Extension Service Is 1,
the program units on farms January
day or so later there was a second BUS STATION CAFEFree
frostings made honey remain Babies
one of the most effective programs 1939 is expected to be about 8 25,000
rabbit from the same
developed for rural life undesirably soft and sticky below the for the evidently
Improving average
and take up more moisture if the 1928-32. Die Needlessly nest, with her kittens. She is Pick-Up and Delivery Service

BUS SCHEDULE I air is humid. pre-drought years Every Year happily nursing; the six babies now, .
The supply of feed grains per -- -- --
I You can substitute honey for and seems enormously proud of _
North Bound animal unit this winter again will -

Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:33p. : sugar in a cake recipe but becauseof be well above average though In this country in one year 25- herself. 4 .

m., 1:50: p.m., 3 p. m., 6:15: I the Is moisture needed in the The honey amount, less slightly lean than last year. The 000 babies die needlessly! U. S.-CANNOT-PROSECUTE
\ ,
p. m., 10:15: p. ut.Souta liquid supply of hay per animal unit That Is the statement of health
must be reduced Tampa,-The killing at Day-
that the liquid in 30 ;
will be the second largest Dr. RaymondA.
Bound including
depends on the Kind of honey- tona Beach three weeks ago of a A
years. "With this supply prospect Vonderlehr, Assistnat Surgeon-
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : medium, thick, or thin, and on ," said Dr. Noble, "livestock General of the United States. negro taxicab driver who was
substituted taken from constable and shot
of honey -I a
m., 2:20: p. in., 8:20: p. m. the proportion feed-price rations may be expected Moreover, the doctor says we haveit to
I I death After the negro .
for anger -- ------
West Bound to Tallahassee to continue favorable Tor these 25.-
( When;: medium-thick honey is I In our power to save injured a boy, cannot be prosecuted -,
Starke 8:50:: m. arrive livestock producers, at least 000 babies from death if we will
Leave : p. substituted for half the sugar in under Federal law, District Attorney -
Starke 12:35: p. m. a cuke recipe, reduce the liquid the approach" of next year's har- follow the advice of physicians. Herbert S. Phillips said in Q1i

For free pick-up service (withIn one-fourth. If honey is' substitutedfor vest season What kills these little babies? a letter to W. Dow, Woodward

city limits) phone Lacy Con- all the sugar, reduce the The Bureau's reports indicate. The answer is "syphilis." It also DcLand attorney. Woodward head-

way, agent liquid one-half. that the increase in total meat affects the health of 60,000 others, ed a delegation calling on Phillipsa

Honey may be used in gingerbread supplies in 1939 compared with 1 some of whom are doomed to week after the crime and asked'
all In
brown breads, and steamed 1938 will be practically blindness I him "to help bring the guilty par-

DRINK MORE puddings. It has much the pork. Production of beef and Children will be born healthy If ties to Justice." Everett and Earl

MILK same consistency as molasses and veal Is expected to be smaller, al- the expectant mother will have her Dlackwelder, brothers of the boy
may be used In place of it, measure though production of finished blood tested. If she needs treat- are under indictment on chargesof
contains in 1930 will make a larger pro- instituted early first degree murder.
for measure. But honey ment It can beI
leave 'portion of the total cattleslaughter Insure baby, -4>-
I less acid than molasses; so enough to healthy
and supply than in the current year. infection. FARMERS: MARKET "SOON'
ft out the soda if it is called for for meats regardless of her own
Consumer -
Increase the quantity of baking is expected This may not be a nice subjectfor Tallahassee, Okaloona County i I I ? ", rI
the coming year
powder. For each quarter teaspoon during thanIn I some people to think about. will have a modern farmers' market
somewhat stronger
of soda omitted, add 1 tea- to Improvement in Others may not believe that It soon, according to announce-
1938. "This
And Drink spoon of baking powder. Other- demand" according to the Bureau should be discussed in these col- ment by Representative Slices,

The Best wise follow the usual method in economists, "will partly offset the umns. Well, so far as we are con- who has been negotiating with officials -

the recipe you are accustomed to, effects of larger supplies upon cerned, we see no reason to shut of the State Department of g rI

FROM Including time and temperatureof I of both meats and live- our eyes to the truth or to ignore Agriculture and the State Agricul-
baking. prices the tural Bureau for p
PETERSON'SDAIRY stock." Some tendency toward a facts that mean much to Marketing some
strengthening In demand has been health of the entire nation. time. Sikes said that complete
ONLY NEEDS SPONSOR recommendation Is plans for the market, which will
noted within the past 2 or 3 Our own
Judging by all the inquiries we activity and that individual man or give to Okaloosa farmers the same I
I months as Industrial every
I had for information about his ad- Increased. woman, should subject himself or marketing service that is enjoyedby ,

dress, the Duke of Windsor Is still employment production for the herself to a blood test. There farmers of counties of much 1

a wow with the radio audience.He next Feed-crop few years-if It holds near may be no need for it but, just I larger population, have been ap-
ought to get a sponsor for an be proved by William L. Wilson,
BUSINESS somebody may
the level of the past 2 years--may occasionally, .
international hook-up on a "Woman State market director. The plant
Is not
further that
be expected to result in a cured of disease &us-I.
DIRECTORY I Love" series.--Ocala Banner.TIME Increase In livestock productionand pected. Especially this is I will Include facilities for handling i I I e I Ia
and of all of Okloosa's
of shipping
the arrival
meat supplies. "It is possible those who expect

," Dr. Noble concluded, "that children In their homes-Callahan -I products. Blueberries, for which I I
the county Is noted throughout
by about 1940 or 1941 meat pro- News.
the country, livestock and general
United States will .--
E duction In the
1 1 I
'B will be featured. i
The drink RU B ys be back to "the level of the 1929- I Trees RemovedS. crops--'--.

..33 average. R. Johns. Jr.. has had the two STATE PROTECTS LEGACY

tbat S1 FOOD--AND.-DRUG-- giant oak trees in front of his Tallahassee,-The attorney gen- CROUP A- PICK 2 CROUP B-PICJLL 1 I

everybody .. home at Tenth Street and Temple eral's office announced Saturday

I r BILL IS FAVOREDTallahassee I Avenue removed in! the past week. Sarasota County Judge Forrest '
knows Disposal of these trees and their DAmerkes Boy ...........8 mot.I [3 American Poultry, JOU'"''' ap.
I makes the Chapman has ordered executorsof D American Girl ..........,.mOl. I 0 Breed..'* Casette ir'iA',
J ,-A House-approved overhanging branches' the John Rlngling estate to D Christian Herald .........6 mot j American. R : .

bill to make Florida food and drugreguatlona newly installed caution light at answer next Thursday a petition D Home Art*-Needlocraft ..2 yr*. 8 Farm Journal-FarmdIWif'. .

5ct conform to the newly the 13-43 intersection visible to asking that they post bond. Ex- Hevuliold Mafaiin .....2'... j wOOO Stales ... .... ... :,11",

found motorists southbound on Road 13. ecutors are John Rlngling North, D M .. ..:...\\f.\\
enacted Federal law prompt ..
D Modem RomMcet ... .
and Ida North ...?..1 jr.Ope 8 Home Friond .. .
R1ngllng nephew lr.
favor at a Senate committee hear- of D Road (tort) ........lyr.Parent HoeiMbold M'Caxin .. >j*.
COCA-COLA DOT. CO. Potterfleld
the bill H. B. and sister of the late circus
ing Monday.The I. was mag- D *' Magazine .......6_.. OHem.ArrN..di.cs'H '|f.OL .
committee voted 3 to 0 to Jacksonville, who said "w feel nate who willed most of his estate (weekly) ....lye honi WorM ... '.1|IFIA,

WE ARE recommend passage. that the Federal law is so! new to the State of Florida. Asking D rrecretiive Farmer .4yr*. Q HM'I Live Stock ProJ IIC" ,

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Headed by J. J. Taylor State that the Stat_should wait two the bond Assistant Attorney Gen- D lamarie; Story .1 1f. 5 Pfymoetfc lock< MOIl"If .J

SAVERS of backers at- years to study Its effects. Forty- eral J. Compton French aid thereis 0 Scv.e. look .tfr. _.' '. .1'"
Chemist a score
MONEY SAVERS would D Silver Scree .I lyr. RfcSTlalanJ' Rd '"L"1I
the eight different State laws "reasonable ground to apprehend" D : .J
tended the hearing held by D SolI".. *
AcrknltvrUt ...,4yr Soetkeni AgriCVlrornd ?'
I] If
CARPENTER'SThe 48 different kinds of label- that executors "are ..
Needs Them mean mismanaging .
Every Basinet Public Health Committee. Taylor 0Tr.. 8 ..
Conree.io.it ........1\r. S.cc.lSf.1) Farm'"< .'jf.1"
Rexall Store BUY FROMBradford told the senators the bill would ling. and diverting or will W_,"', Wail .........2,,.. [JWn., Worlcl ....'..
provide control of cosmetics sell- In urging approval Taylor com- mismanage or divert the assets" ,

Ings; require specifications of the mented "new drugs are being of the estate. Rlngling! left the'

PLUMBINGPrompt County ingredients of dietary foods and placed on the market to rapidly State his valuable art museum at '

Service at require the makers of medicinesto i I that doctors and druggists can't' Sarasota and provided that the in- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGA

Reasonable Prices Telegraph say on the label of a botUe I keep up with them. Under this come from one-half the remaining\

Let Me Estimate Your Job STARKE FLORIDA what it contains." :bill they would have to be adequately I estate should be used for main-

C. M. RITCH Sole opponent to speak against I tested" tenance. STARKE, FLA.

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) ) "-' SCOUT RURAL ROUTES I Under Present Food and Drug Act

I Had Him 'orrl..d | So far as fond! and drugs are creasing alarmingly :MHMV of

NEWS Truman Dyal spent a nervous concerned, the people generally I these although they m.iv hr secured

..m"I""IiB.U"fIST .-.. '" ........-........,...." ..,..,..." ,'K"""""'.,."JlllIU: nIllOlllllili: I fifteen or twenty minutes one day ,|. were for many years in the posl-. without a doctor s prescrip
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I early lust week when those dreaded guinea pigs Numerous tion Are hablt-forming The act
EPISCOPALRev. CHRISTIANRev. The regular weekly meeting of little hailstones began to bombard experiments were tried upon them, requires that these substances be

f, A. E, t.lnttPotPa.tor R.v. Frank Pastor Robinson Rev Chas. H. Allen, Fred Rector Terkei, Jr. W. T. McQulre. the Boy Scouts of America, Troop the country around his farm without safeguards Imposed that labeled to show the name and

r B. K. Ferryman.Oen. Pastor Sunday School Supt. Pastor 70. was held last Friday afternoon between Brooker and Graham. would protect life and health. quantity or proportion of such

fonder I. fhemechool gohool! of. Church Superintendent School 1 ..Or.anl'ltIr. E. M. Davis MUi Orcan.it Ella J. Saeae Sunday Mrs. Ira School Wilson Supt and evening with a Rood at What worried him most wa his Drastic action was taken when the substances or derivatives! and bear

sundaY Church School Church School Airs James Carlisle Sunday School tendance. In the afternoon the tour acres of fine tobacco tor I old Federal Food and Drug Act the statement "Warning May bo
t'/t: Aeervlceor 10 A. M. Supt. 1* o'clock of June 30, 1906 was passed. That "
Morning Worship Roy MathewiChurch Service Wor.hlService boys assembled on property ad everyone knows that hull to a tobacco Habit-Forming.

11 nA'I'ralnlnr MItlnt. Service, 11 A. M. School Sunday School Every 2nd Sunday jacent to the Clay Pits in the Weat leaf means just the same was a good law and did some fine Drugs and remedies under the

o p M Kvcnlnr Worship 1OA.M. 10. A. M. 8:00 11: o'clock o'clock a m. of Town and enjoyed a soft ball thing as a moth to a fur coat. For protection work However, some law must be labeled with the name
nN n Service S:00: P. M. Morning Worship Sundays ._ 11 A. b[. p. m.
',onlnl Servlc")[, Young Peaplr'sLeague 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00 Prayer Meeting game Other events of an athletic tunately. however, there wasn't weaknesses In this act have been of the ingredients so that the
p. : P. M. .
'"r'r. eo )Ieell Thdnf Meeting-* Sigma Chi 7:00: p m. Holy Day'__lo A. M. Wednesday 8:00: o'clock Night nature consisted of running broad any wind to whip the little bits recognized for a number of years.. public may be advised fully,

p iitet::00 Prayer 7:00 P.Meeting M. jumps, standing broad jumps, 100 of Ice around and they fell as These were corrected by the passage Mora informative labeling of

Wednesday 8:00 P.M. AIIN. ALLIANCE yard dashes, and other events. gently as possible, doing a minimum In 1938 of the Federal Food, foods and drugs Is provided for.

fenuoDlrectorva Mrs, F. H. Lone MISSION IIALLSpon.ou GOSPEL TAB.Spon.ored The President Rev. Frank After the games and events amount of damage. But It Drug and Cosmetics Act. As an example certain dietary

John Ii.menell I Organist Director. and Choir : by Robinson 1 were held the boys built a camp didn't keep Mr. Dyal from getting The Florida Food and Drugs foods which are now sold without

,ard h Klckllterns I 1 Mr. E. K.: Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. .1 Air, T.and !rr., Vice President fire over which they roasted weln-1 mighty fidgety before it was allover \ LAW, tnat we nave at present. Is giving the customer any specific
J. ,. AaaUtanc. OrganUt J. T. Qulffler Quigley The Rev. Ladle ers and enjoyed a period of fellowship : based on the old Federal act of information must under the new-

Chairman! 'fru oteuJ T. T.Choir Long Director Assistant I Bible Study each I' each Evangelistic Friday and Service Sun- I BheDherd9ecretaryTreueurw. Roy Mathews, owner of the 1906. Florida must keep up with law be so marked as to indicate
1 Tuesday
'y J 1) powell- -- evening 3:00: day evening 8:00: The Rev. Fred Yttrkes Mathews Dairy furnished chocolate Him the times. The proposed Florida the amounts of vitamins, minerals i
Sledding Somrilme F
.- milk to round out the supper. Mrs. L. C. Food. Drug and Cosmetics Law, etc, for which special dietary ,

Large AttendanceAt MISSION HALL AtiltTABERNACLF Following this the Scouts assembled graph's Smith the Tele- which Is now before the Legisla' properties are claimed.
: In the Methodist School correspondent at ture, Is patterned after the new Proponents of the proposed
JONESComments MethodistSunday says she doesn't have
JOB rooms and conducted their matters I bit of trouble a Federal law, just as the present Florida Food Drug and Cosmetic
getting lot of
The regular Bible Study was of business. Separating Into interesting up a food anil drug law la based on theold law claim that It will\ promote

On Here morning service at the their respective rooms the mem- news some weeks, but Federal .tatllt. honest ', an.' 'D'. "_D" .M"_ '
held at the Mission Hall last men nt other times it seems If I i ll ftdM UVlKIIIIg LUWUrU
Hereafter First Methodist Church, the Rev. bers of each patrol of the troop she as I Unless the stale law be brought the consumer. The consumer has

And Frank Robinson pastor, was at Tuesday night. There was a good carried on a 45 minute period of regular can't find a thing to fill her*i, Into harmony with the new Federal a right to protection. A large

tended by a large congregation of attendance and the interest was study on phases of Scout work! with all\apace It's the same way !' law we cannot take advantageof portion of his hnrd-enrned money

'nil i is being written Erotheril- worshipers. The subject for the splendid Some new choruses under the leadership of the Patrol even so with our correspondents the and [ the provisions of that statute In spent for food and drugs, and }

!ipbla) thE 'rity i of morning was "A Worthwhile were learned. leaders. in recording the Telegraph itself neither can we enforce standards' his main objective is better health

fine Chrls- Life" which based The Scripture that provided the happenings and regulations established the for himself '
,e' There ire many was on a statement Merit badges earned during the around Starke We by and his family

n pEOple nere but from the from the Apostle Paul In basis for discussion was Romans past month examinations having readers will appreciate the hope effortsof our U S government under the new It Is not the intention of the act

rl. appearing In the dally which he said "I can do all things 7:22: and 8:4.: The picture here been aittisfactorly passed at our correspondents In law Therefore the limitations of to work any greater hardship on

is n group of about through Christ" given by Paul la one that Is gruesome the Court of review of last gathering the existing legislation may beKuiiKfu. business either '
there week
... In. the news and cooperate with them _.___.,. ....L_ large or small.
men and wom- the its aspect' Tn hla -flo-a- If.- awarded Arch i no protection 01 consumers The main
depraved of
most During sermon Mr. Robin "' were to Thomas Jr., even more in the future than has purpose this legislation
the world ever knew living in son pointed out some of the factors -I was customary to bind the corpseof I swimming and athletics; Frank been the case In the past. When of foods drugs und cos la to give adequate protection I
I 0 la estimated that a murdered man to the one who mattes U the objective, and certainly to the
iltiielphia. I which kept people generally Robinson III, First Aid to Animals you know a bit of Interesting nt'wfl.don.t public, and to safeguard the
of men and women have from had murdered him. This continued and Scholarship Enos that Is worthy of achieve health and welfare of the
rcj experiencing a worthwhile ; Hayes, full to tell It to the correspondent consumer t
a murdered by a fiendish ring life stating that the ever anxiousness for some length of time. Similarly Swimming and Pathfinding; Mike who ment. We have a host of laws nl- For his own sake the seller
represents your section '
Philadelphia{ to collect life Inance of people to attain wealth those who 'are not living the Dew. Swimming; Leonard Smith of the county. ready on the statute books designed I must have these objectives. close

: on the lives of the ones fame, and worldly glory as well victorious life In Christ are drag- Firemanship and Bugling; Buck to safeguard people In one I at heart also.' Legislation which
murdered. It ging about with them the old way or another. Certainly (hero I Is
designed to
been McMllllun promote the
o have as that irresponsible living were Swimming; Sonny Hay- :Mlglity Good tntlnK general -
there was a master body of sin. There is a constant and Is nothing which touches us more health and well-bring of the
ni that deciding factors in keeping one Hex Pioneering; Mrs. J. M. Mott Is certainly a
id. back of the ring, but women from attaining this worthwhile warfare going on In the rout of Buddy Davis. Public Health and blessing to the weary traveller closely than the food we cat; the people should have a smooth
their own hub- man between the "Flesh" and the Comer drugs we take to cure our Ills; and course, and the
\n murdered goal. Stating that in order to Firemanship; Ferryman, who happened to hit Brooker at escape stormy passage
ids in order to collect a few really attain worthwliileness in "Spirit. This warfare Is one to Cooking and Firemanship; Sonny meal time. Although a thriving the cosmetics that are In dully of some bills which, no matter *

Bred dollar The district atIey'l life one must be under the compulsion the death. "The flesh lusteth. Peek to First Class Scout; Char community In every respect, use how worthy, do not touch us

office la doing good job 1 of God; must be unalterably against the Spirit and the Spirit les Jones, Swimming Brooker Isn't quite large enough Our 33-year-old statute Is obsolete. so closely.
the criminals. against the flesh." There can Many things one-lhlyd of n It would seem that the State of
lining up tied up with someone or Advancement In rank will be to 8iipi >rt a restaurant, and Indeed
be no harmony between them. century old are out moiled.! Cer Florida should be in a tobt'n.ttt
ere are two I noughts running something that Is greater than presented to Arch Thomas Buddy it doesn't need one as long *

ongh my mind First, some self to which one's devollon, The spirit of carnality domin- Davis, Comer Perrymun and Son- as Mrs Molt is there to serve the tainly numerous laws full into under the new Federal

fern theologians deny the oldIe alty and service may be given 10Y-1 ates many today who ought to be ny Hayes at the Court of Honor excellent\ meals for which she Is that class The new Florida law law covering foods drugs and
living the life of the Spirit. Tills would glvn the commissioner of cosmetics, through regulations applying
doctrine of human depravity The Sunday evening service was In Jacksonville Tuesday night. 1 already well-known. It's worthanybody's
I the to establish to Intrastate
|n't tell me that men were not discontinued for the day in order Is destructive to the whole body May 30 at 8 o'clock In the Duvnl time to drive to Rrook- Agriculture power commerce
utandurdn and qualities. It and that the solons should
In Bin That Is the only ex- that 01many as possible could of believers. "To be carnally County Court hoine.| The date of er and eat a meal with her at this give

ration for human! conduct. Men would attend the Union service minded Is death, but to be spirit- the meeting of this Court has been season of the year with sweet would require establishment by ,, careful consideration to legislation
the of Agriculture which will Insure Its advantages -
natural sinners What any ualy minded is life and peace. changed for this time from Thurs corn string beans cucumbers I Secretary ; ofI,
being held in the First PresbyterIan -
the United States under the Fed- for the cltlzenry.- St
air ever did, every sinnerId church. At this time the Presbyterian Christians who are constantly con- day, May 23: to Tuesday May 30. squash and other Bradford Coun- |
roll I Act be followed.
do under proper provocation. Church was filled to overflowing cerned about the gratification of A great deal of Interest Is be ty vegetables at their very best. The new act would bring under'j"' .

man knows where he will go In a service of welcome to the desires of the flesh cannot be ing shown on the part of the And this isn't all either. Just control all coninetlm. and medical TIIIOV ll.\l TlttJMrilKTH TIIK.V:

rn he begins to play with aln.id the newly called minister the Rev. I pleasing to God. "So then they Troop but especially on the partof wait until you try one of Mrs. devices which have never been) There Is always some fellow

> nd, 'The love of money is Charles Allen. Mr. Robinson that"are In the flesh cannot please the boys who will participate Mott's famous cornbread sticks! regulated before. This hoe Arent who makes us feel like plagarlstai'

root of all evil. It is not made a short address of welcome. God. The great number of church next week In the World's Fair in They're something worth writing found necessary because of the,, Inferring that "there Is nothing

1ey, but the love of money that Rev. A E. Lightfoot led the congregation people today who are wasting New York. Out of the State of home about. largo number of poisonous snit new under the sun" Lee Morris,

ks M many lives. The devil : In the evening prayer, their energy; in a ceaseless round I Florida. for the entire period of dangerous cosmetics that founds, the "Free Speech" columnist on

God that a man will give all and Mr. Allen preached the sermon 1 of pleasure-mad whirl is appal the Fair 8 boys have been selectedto A NewiiyVrller their WilY Into the rude and the St. Petersburg Independent,

hoe for his life The devil also of the evening. Members of ling. The tragedy Is that they attend for one week and act as Mrs. Vivian Parker Is one of the which neither the Federal government over-,I asserts: "Jitterbugs were much Inevt.lence

\\'I that some men are willing the Baptist Choir rendered a cannot possible find any real and I guides und to demonstrate Scout Telegraph's correspondents who nor the stale has had any, 60 years ago; Ah, how

trade their honor and every.g special' anthem and Mrs. E. M. lasting joy In this pursuit. Hap- ing. Of these 8 four boys have never see ms tea have much trouble j regulatory power. I we should' liked to have heard the I

due th&t has value for mon- Davis and Mrs. K. G. Duncan piness comes from within. and not been selected from the Troop In In getting up a lot of really Interesting From time to time new and, knights/ of old nit they west truck-

which never makes anyone played special selections on the from without. Starke. The boys making this ) news Items !1'crhnps it is dangerous drugs are lntrtxluce.il, In' down amid the ple'/mnt syn-

happy, for life consisteth not organ and piano. A fine spirit of I I Paul asked. "Who shall deliverme trip will be Life Scout Frank RObInson jimt her good luck at being able the public without sufficient previous chopnted clinking of .net Iron

!tie abundance of things one friendship and cooperation between from this dead body?" Thenhe ( III.. Life Scout Arch to write from Brooker where so I' clinical testing, and cheml- punts), comments the Boston Her

''wiseth." the Churches of the city was Immediately answers this question. Thomas, Jr Star Scout Leonard I much seems to be going on all rtil anal>\ au. The tl'alIIt'H that ald. i

"I thank God, through Jesus Smith Jr.. and Star Scout Mike the.time. The Telegraph U mighty ''
Thank God for the faithful exhibited and the desire to have : followed the Introduction of u1 .
(ill who through the years have slmillar services' !in the other I Christ our Lord." Dew. These boys with the other proud of its Hronker news, and new drug, called elixir of sulfunll-l I TRAIN Nl'111:U111.14: '
would like for our readers In the Following IK the schedule of
maven their lives for Him ands churches during the summer May all those who profess to four from the State In company 'amide, about two years ago will '
Rock Church and trains arriving here dully, subject
section around
cause thank Him for thoseo months was expressed by mnny. love and I serve God pray that they with n competent Scoutmaster bOil recalled. Approximately 100

itill value honor and the Next Wednesday evening Prayer may be delivered from the bondage Mr Lester of Jacksonville, will also Worthington Springs road to persona died before nil of the drug" to change: without notice }

|T: that are spiritual more Meeting service will be con and corruption of sin. sail Friday afternoon (today) on let Mrs. Parker know of any news could be found, and taken chargeof NoiitlilMMiml UII" NtnrkeNo.
Cherokee from Jackson In their communities so that she 1 (local ___ .__ 10:33: p m.
the SS }:
i I
n i that which Is material. ducted at 8 o'clock by members of by food und drug officials. Further -
vllle.I can send It In ulao. the 'II No. 107 ( 'through) 0:21: a. m.
the Co-ed Class with Mrs. D. P. I TAIIKRNACLKThe experimentation with use Northh" I Ihx+ ....u.L_
Carpenter leading. A cordial Invitatlon meetings the Tabernaclelast I They will return by boat arriving of new remedies, that would ascertain r t ulr P''No.2 -' -
I came to Philadelphia to preach I Ile Kiijojn: Funning I (oocan) ._ 0:15: a. m.
Is extended to all. Friday and Sunday 1 nights in Jacksonville on June 9th safe amounts and with
tight days in the Non-Sec- ,. Lots of people farm because they be administered No. 108 (through) u 6:18: p. m.
r Interested in the boys what
: frequency they I
usual [ Inspiring and helpful. Everyone may
will be held as were very
Service I
un often
Tabernacle which was HAVK to, but It Isn't very Hlurlttt mid \\ttimee llrunrh
interest being of our community and In the TroopIn In n n objective of the
o'clock and There Is an Increasing:
11 ,
nded by my good friend, Rev. Sunday morning at Starke rejoice with these boys you run Into a man who farms be 1930 legislation, with the Idea of No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.
manifested In these meetings
eodore Elsner. Here is the the pastor will use as his subject been selected for cause he KNJOYS it. However, the i No 102 arrives Stnrke 1:50: p. m.
evidenced by the new faces often In their havlns safeguarding public. I
'ry of this great work. Seven "Religion and Motives. that's just what L. A. Brown )
(Dally except Sundays
next Sun In the congregations.Next this trip and for this honor which Use of narcotic remedies( for the
11 The evening service do and after watching !
ago Mr Eisner, who had claims to
has been bestowed on this excellent relief of pain, such an the barbiturates
day will be conducted by members Friday night Frank El- forty minutes
engaged In work him for thirty or
of Scouts Such recognition and other drugs, Is In-
many parts of America came of the Intermediate Department furl a Hymnologlst, will have Troop and I we have to admit thai he really BEASLEY & GAY
of Scouting ability
tJ11J city and took church leading the service of worship charge of the service at the Tab- I does seem to get n big kick out of II
over a
of the I II of
leadership Is only one many fort saver Is a system Improvised
Ming which hud been deserted special readings, prayer, and etnacle He will tell the stories doing the hundred and one Service Station
I fine phases nf scouting and only roadn which hour been Inl'l
1 leading denomination be- music. The pastor will preach a surrounding the most loved of our troublesome Jobs that the man who I
one of the results that come to the out around his fields HO that he i
I.It Die short sermon during the service hymns and then sing them His face day. Fri
denomination had been farnw must every
of Community as they In car and drive to. Wu.shlnjr I'olithfnj
Goodness of boys a | can jump a ; {. i
We to draw crowds and on the subject "The wife Is his accompanist. I day afternoon Mr, Brown wall Just '
any the Scout -
work through organlzaj the far corner, or any other port
the Young
lover the program." Mr. Els- God Members of Saturday night Dr. John McNeil tlon. about as busy as the proverbialbee of his farm before you can any (i reaslnJ-Standarci

with no organization; back of People's Choir will render a from Scotland will have charge of i j! In a tar bucket. He and A "Jack Robinson'1 Ho hooks u ,
has drawn crowds for seven special musical selection. A most the service. He will play his 1 t| Such a program as Is outlined helper were washing and grading. / Oil Products
and now'
trailer to his can
of community
extended to for the boys any
11. Many cordial invitation 1 I while he was also supervising
persons have been English concertina and also: the
haul from the field to the
'rd. He htu organized a strong the people of our community to piano. This Is n :special service. II I make and It a one most whlrth worthwhile should project be- ten or twelve hands who packing produce shed In a frncllnn of the Our (;Jrcasint>: Job*, are done
arch which is loyal to the BibleIhefundamentals worship with us on these Sundayand Dr V. were hoeing grasn out of four >
d services Make Beginning Monday night boosted by, not only the parents time that It used to take to bring with the best grease money
of the Chi-ls- Wednesday of Waterloo Iowa will acres of beautiful bell peppers, and
C. Kelford
but the It out on Hledfl Finally, he ban buy.
3 Church home I of the boys. by public gen run
faith but this Church your tn butcher a hog
a church built on series of Bible con- making plans
commence H farther than most
this step
nil in gone a
!In the erally. Let's cooperate t
"ectarlan and thus use Influence afternoon. On top oil ,.
lines, your ferences. They will last through', 1 that arena In this county. lie own
excellent boy organization growers
I'rots more orthodoxy and :promotion; of the Kingdom of God Friday night Those who heard)I jmopt I and do some constructive work I i this Mr. Brown was bemoaning I his own refiIgerator truck and|' THE .9n I udd,

<"Ie teaching in Philadelphia, Members of the Church are re- him before will want to hear him Iaguln. |I I the boys of our communityfor the fuel that he hud eighteen acresof hauls his prrxlnce direct to the

'mill any other minded that the meeting of the Conv every night from ,' among fine squash rotting on the vine I maikctsTolmcro 0
city I know, but i In (i[I the building of good character northern
Annual Conference will convene ,, because he was unable to get
hale the orthodoxy Friday through Friday. and: good citizens among all our r
-Ird err it Tampa on June 8th which leaves _. enough help to pick them. Here A SI"'f'lalt.yIn | aam
!lg in, other -- --- j I I
many I jl'1i'a' ,
ret,1s this only two Sundays ( Including this STOP COI'NTV OKA US boys.The Is a man who farms In a big way contrast to Mr Brown's Interest yx ljh" INenlwl.ite
They are so busy next outstanding event In '' ""
tlng ea.'h other Sunday) in the present Conference Several West Florida counties and who gets II lot of fun out of In truck produce, ore the lct '
splitting the of the Troop la the
of the program
n. The Stewards It. Harrell farms on nearer Hunta Fe
and year been interested in a bill which
.moling have
heresy that of the Troop as
have little Church urgently request that all a State fund! participation River. The Harrell. specialize In I +o e
would have provided
In twt
left to preach 100 cent as possible /
'W Mr matters pertaining to the work of the "dog fly." The nearly per 1Mnjoying N.'w Home tobacco, and WHAT tobacco! Brad 1ford'e 1- i rNr Ill .l f
Klsner is so busy to Summer camp The date selected ''
hng! the Gospel and winning this Conference year be attendedat State appropriation would have the by our Troop l Is the 5th I Arthur Edward and family high, rolling lands In thin '''c I .00

m to Christ once so that all reports may addition/ to an expected who live In this section, are enjoying area are Ideally salted to the crop 4 urt
he been In at ,
has not taken 6th-July 12th .r
Y time to fiRM the be made 100 per cent. Federal contribution I period July Let's do all I their new home which they i and the HarrellM go In for It In a ;, .,

''I brethern. .- Camp Rchockolee. moved Into about four months )j big way 32 acres In all Most ** + ,
understand In < 'y s
that he has succeeded assist the boys)
been to
"OUnCed TVPIIOII IlKATHS: t IO11'1Deaths But some legislators I' we can ago. The construction of this attractive j of our growers find, four or five JACKSONVILLE'S
PUblicly by a certain fever in In getting It amended to provide ichlevlng this goal.DON'T I set
have anew to them
lladelphla from typhoid plane must : acres enough keep busy
pastor who Is to contribute 1. I ---- I LEADING HOTEL
known for each county '
declined home building that the'Harrel
one fir the the United States have record In rapid MO you can readily see
fighting from (JKT: HTUNU 'ld I
a c he'oar ''Jf orthodoxy 93 percent since 1900. 00 from Its "take" race IItory'the for Mr. Edwards Hays It was not brothers. :M.\ O. and Guy 1 :,rf J et ohl' ..od.... ft,..
retie America. I'm for track taxes to match the State appropriation The Tribune editor tells a xtnrte un ill we Il aloe g In o..m.1 I ...Ill .'.. "A'.t ".,..? the Jam?" t,__! ."VI'...... -, '1' twed --.-,.-- I. tbo

i I I'y. an '* doing business for they would stop their back-biting I about intelligence of ants on j ber and they had moved Into It twecn now and time for the market. I SUMMER h__ .WBIO". ,
I II koIl1. E..y
editor had I
orthodox as any- and fighting concerning the things The West Florida counties suddenly the West Coast. The by the middle of Jnnuary They I They have tobacco In prac- COMFORT roowllh, tub' .ul ',

VII '-, about which they cannot agree decided that the bill to combat I planted a lettuce bed with lettuce I have a nice place, however, and al- tlcally all tltlll("". from ankle high "how*. aoM wear." I I

.Mry mermatlc, guns ot the and put on praying and preaching the "dog fly" Is not so Important seed. The ants carried the seed ,[ though It was built hurrldly. It I I to some that hits already been t' radio and V.... .... bll.
1 Jcfen:> trP,tbed,, on me and the I; crusades This nation Is ripe fora after nil and may even be I to an adjoining vacant lot end : was built substantially, and they "topped" M t>. Buys that !If a .wllh Innonprlnq. Dunning,kw mottrMO.Mt M m4...fadlB4lamp. rj floor.rOFULAI .

''IUt'ge I carry the revival. If we do not have it "danll erouS." ''piled the seed.s where they could will undoubtedly enjoy it fur : good ruin or two would. come along! j .I .

1t liNax', 180 and I have a the fundamentalists which are my No one will discount the menace I I be enjoyed with quiet and leisure. i many more years to come. -,. I now you can Jimt sit down ands 4 recto' ,

o E',. ,:: So here I go. It Is crowd will be to blame of the Insect pest or Jeer at I The editor sow the pile of lettuce I watch the young plants grow. If i I COCKTAIL LOUNGE and

ion. "" r 'nut the fighting Yes I know the Bible says "con its annoyance or threat to Flor- seeds. l Home Newleers the leaf brings anywhere near a COFFEE SHOP '

r,ePl2ttnR: ':"x ChristUms. the tend for the faith," but the best flans but if It was serious enoughto Now about the Fast Const ants. Anybody who stays around this) satisfactory price this summer the : i
and backbiting contend for it Is to preachthe A Rockledge resident planted petunia farmer long at a Harrells should be "sitting pretty" snot a.1 IoM x".N
ful8ln. and way to warrant a State appropriation, i progressive very H<.lol. ferl..-CIoooII._._xhelMlNe_Aneneb ;
bout certain non-es- Gospel and not spend time the race fund amendment could seed all over his front 1 I'! time will pick up some mighty when Fall roll around. t
;flalar, 'Pretatlons of Scrip- arguing and fussing. Let the hardly have affected the "dog yard. The ants took the seeds,I| good Ideas on the subject. For Instance ---- ------ l,

; "lng' more to hinder a Gospel demonstrate its power. away to place carefully hidden he washes his cucumbers '
,, revl\'al than all the to contend for flies. of inquisitive editors II In row boat, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. l
c modern- What is the use doubt be an excel from the eyes I before grading a big jJ" I
rUing nf theologians. There the Gospel, if we are not going to It would to no call on counties to )I"match" |i and then replaced the petunia I half full of water, which l Is propped I My Muny Year Experlenc Makes It Pomlble for Me to Render ,

irtlansh Rlble-Iovlng- orthodox preach It ? Do we want to contend lent Idea fund they seek asa )|I seeds with) the seeds of a'i('1 up just outside his packing Ef'"Jn"1T.: PKOMPT and COUllTEOI'S 8EIIVICE; : t I

believe who believe' the Bible for it and keep it In our own groupor every from the State. It'' weed that looks very much like ,, shed. A lot of growers would 1 MODERATE PRICES ;' I
;. In the Blood to contend foi It handout resident this III I "too much trouble," but 0 :
8'lery of Chest do we want materially reduce the petunias. The Rockledge ay DeWITT C. JONES i

1 till. lIM> nUlnwthe ntal to In order to do what Jesus said would of State government !j I can show the weeds to any disbeliever. ),Ir. Brown find It pays In the SUrlte. Florid' i, i, )

"bd Itttt ?t greatest "Go into all the world and dO'j' mounting. Tampa expense Times I: Cocoa Tribune. J' lung run. Another time und tf- 1 '' 'I'

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Bradford County Telegraph 1 MRS. L. EPPERSON 46 CITY ARRESTS .
Established 1877 GO AeEAD.

About Starke In Starke and Bradford to da\ U.since< January I, .

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered s-Second Class AND BRADFORD COUNTY County, especially among the old- 1939 total 46wJa\: check on the

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida er residents, will regret to learnof I mayor's docket-in'' the office of the GBT TOUGH !

the death Wednesday. May 17, city clerk howed this week. ,
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E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner I Have you driven out to the 'of Mrs. Lizzie B. Epperson, 79, Drunks led the parade of trouble-
Farmers' Market yet at night If at her residence in Bartow. Heart makers this year as last year
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE not, then you have a real treatIn I trouble was the cause of death. the survey revealed. Over half

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance store; an adventure that Is sure ; Funeral services were held In the total, or 26, have been docketed -

Rates to hand a thrill, and make Bartow Thursday, May 18. and on this charge.
Advertising on Application you you
I I committal services were held at Other charges range from speed-
glad you're part of this small but Crosby Lake Cemetery Friday. s inuroghtgh HrtcaT shdlu otn

VERY GOOD INDICATIONIt productive county called Bradford.As May 19, at 12 o'clock noon, with Ing through a school zone to disorderly -

is an encouraging commentary on the thrift and en- you approach the huge plat. Rev. A, E. Lightfoot officiating. conduct.
form DeWItt C. Jones had charge of arrangements Fines In general have been small
you are greeted by the
terprise of our community to learn that the Starke post around
bright glare of electric lights that here. this year,' centering mostly -cV4
office ranked seventh among second class postoffices in Florida lend enchantment to activity whichin Mrs. Epperson was a resident of five dollars. Smallest fine was

in the sale of United States Savings bonds during 1938 daylight would be only the Starke until four years after the the one cent paid by a man arrested -

Figures show that in the period beginning January 1, hum-drum buying and Belling of I death of her husband, the late i Largest on fine a was charge$25 for of fighting.reckless 1I
W. in 1890 he '
vegetables. But there is a Henry Epperson ; I
1938 and ending December 31, 1938, the local postoffice sold nite fascination to know that was sheriff of Bradford County j I driving. Iaw1z:9: i
a total of $10,100.25 worth of bonds. We interpret these feverish activity is going detl.1 until his death. Mrs. Epperson The 48 total to date is just
about Since 88 were arrested -
through the night, while then moved to Bartow and remained average.
figures as an indication that the people of Bradford County during the whole of last
good people are safe in bed, andif there until she died last
ARE little from time to time and that
making a money a you don't get a kick out of see- week. year. .

good number of them have a wholesome tendency to look ing huge giants of the road roll Mrs. Epperson Is survived by a 'O

out for the future. in out of the darkness and fill brother, B. L. Bugg, of Atlanta. TAG SALES ".2-

their yawning caverns with Brad- Georgia, president of the A. B. and TOTAL 1 578 t; ...
D-- ford County beans, potatoes, cucumbers O. Railroad Company, and by two I

ANOTHER PEST BITES THE DUST squash, and other vegetables grandsons, A. .1, Lewis of Bartow I A total of 1578 automobile license s 1
then you must not have an and Henry Lewis of Crystal River. tags have been sold to date
Joy was unconfined-among a majority of Kingsley Lake ounce of patriotism in yuur make- Among the more distant relatives In Bradford county, according to

property owners this week when it was learned that both up. As we watch them load, we well known here is a sister-in-law, C. A. Knight county tax collector.
cannot help but wonder who'll be Mrs. W J. Epperson; and Mrs. S. Passenger car sales] led with a tot
houses of the State Legislature had passed a bill requiringthat
eating those beans tomorrow or E. Brownlee, H. L. and J. M. al of 1084 tags. The sales ran THE TOUGHER YOU GET THE
all speed boats operated on the waters at this popular the next day. What little boy or Brownlee, and Mrs.. A. V. Long from 897 tags in the $10 field to MORE

resort must be equipped with proper mufflers. Another important girl In what far-distant city wit of Gainesville, all cousins. 4 In the $20. Total sales of pas- YOU'LL LIKE THIS NEW LOW-PRICE

provision in the bill sets up a speed limit of five milesan soon be saying. "But Mama, I Mrs. Epperson was the daughter senger car tags have netted $11- TIRE
don't like squash!"-the same of Major and Mrs. P. E. Bugg 075 in Bradford county to date.
hour for boats within a radius of 100 yards of bathers. squash that you see being stacked who lived here until their death. In addition to the passenger

The proper enforcement of this new statute will add hamper on hamper, In the big She was born January 4, 1860, in cars, 426 truck and 68 trailer tags PATHPINDERoo

trucks at our market. It's a great. West Point, Miss.Spring were sold. No estimate on pro-
much to the quiet charm of Kingsley and is sure to strike a business, this Industry of keeping ceeds from these sales could be

popular chord with everyone except perhaps a few. inconsid- the world well fed, and we're gladto obtained as they are sold accord

erate speed boat owners who like to make plenty of noise so see that Bradford County Is PaintingSpring I ing to tonnage and vary from. '(o wEBaYt
palnting-up-time goes truck to truck.Pl'oceeds tor
that everyone will know they're coming. However, when doing its bit on. This week the two-story I of tags are used to spa ESY

these few get used to operating their boats without an accompanying apartment house owned by Mrs. help defray the operating costs
Bill Graham (seems like we W. H. Nollman, of Sebring, located and pay the salaries of teachersIn
din similiar to that of of I
barrage machine
a just can't that NOW
keep guy out of near the intersection of Court public Schools: throughout the YOURS
guns, they will find it is just as much fun to speed throughthe this column) had a harrowing ex- and Madison Streets Is being state PIN-MONEY" 41'

waters silently as it is to disturb the peace of everyone. perience the other week when the painted white with green trim. _. ( I PRICES
fire whistle blew. He rushed out Charles Jenkins has charge of Home III ''I'i'
else the lake.Kingsley Rebuilding '
on of Alvarez's store, jumped into this job. The three houses own- I '
Hollis V. Knight began work /
has long been famous for its lack of mosquitoes his car, and rode all over town ed by Mrs. W. A. Donham, one on this week rebuilding his home I I ,
for the fire. South Walnut and the other two
and the new law is expected to eliminate the only really looking Finally he across from the Intersection of 6 t I o
in disgust and back behind the first on Thompson I
gave up came II { I IiI
Walnut and
Pratt Streets. The
serious pest with which it was inflicted-the noisy speed to the store to discover that the Street, are also being painted. The
house almost total ruin '
was a
elusive blaze in first .Is receiving yellow paint and $919
boat operator. was Gassett's
from a fire which gutted it Sun- [ $648 $610
--0 Hardware, directly across the green trim while the latter two day afternoon, February 19. It iI t
street! will receive coats of aluminum
will be at least two months be- 4.40 21 4.75-1t 1.26.11
A PLEASANT EXPERIENCE paint I and a trim C.
green :
: : fore work is completed.. Mr. 4.60-21 5.00-1r 1.50-11
I Our offices were pepped up considerably Tuesday when Another odd experience came to nuior.u work.; received the contracts forthis Knight said, and stated that the

three students from the Journalism Department of the Uni- one of our merchants recently .- repairs on the foundations were $855 $932 $1'Iv
the first previously made.Graham .
half-holiday of the
versity of Florida took over the duties of reporting, read-
Act Over
season. Other members. of the Murphy
ing proof, and other worrisome details that the Telegraph's family who work In .the store had With this issue of the Tele- Appreciative % 14 sso.u

regular staff must perform fifty-two weeks in the year. already departed, leaving G. M. graph, final advertisements of tax A group of citizens from Graham -

SIstrunk to close up the feed and certificates for sale under the this week made the following ,I
The day's work here is a part of a practical plan by the seed emporium It Is a large Murphy Act passed by the 1937 statement: "We wish to expressour I

University to give the students valuable experience under place, and Mr. Sistrunk failed to Legislature are begun. The act appreciation to the good people -

actual working conditions, and they are graded on their work notice that a lady customer, unaware expires June 9 and sales have to{ of Starke for their fine cooperation
of the 12 o'clock closing be advertised three weeks priorto in defeating the proposed -
here which will constitute a part of their final examinations.We hour, had wandered over into the that date. According to provisions I'I'[ consolidation of the Starke and

think the boys did a good job. They tackled their seed department He went out of the ]aw' all title to lands Graham schools We fell that we NEVER! Never before blocks low stretch Super"
locked the door, and drove off, with tax certificates two years or i I need our school and we are very ;
assignments in a business-like manner, and delivered the leaving the astonished lady somewhat I older outstanding when the act be- ,,I grateful to all those who assisted have you paid so little for twist cord in ever pin;

goods. The efficiency and ease with which they went about bewildered prisoner. Of came law will pass into the handsof I| us In keeping it." a Goodyear Tire so downright flat,wide tread with multl'/

the work is a credit to, the University and definite proof of course, she could open the door the State of Florida and pre- .- ribs fine-car
sent owners dispossessed. I Still Cook good. That means a pie riding ;
Some BooksThe
from the Inside, but stated that
the value of in schools of
professional training given journal-
she hated to go off and leave the I Telegraph still has on hand j lot to wise car owners,who appearance any way yon

Ism. The Telegraph enjoyed the day with our young friends place unlocked. While she was Townsend Club Meets several dozen copies of the first I know Goodyear Tires as lookout I

and hope they picked up a few pointers that might be of still pondering over how to solve The Starke Townsend Club met edition of "Your Recipe Book,"
the l leaders of the world
( the situation, Mr. Sistrunk drove I complied from favorite recipes of 'YESSIRI You get a big,
value to them in their "assignment" for life. Thursday, May 18, In the county
back by, and the day was saved. I court house. President J. H. Bradford County housewives, and first in'tales and fine in tough, smart-looking tire
0 containing a hundred or more dell-
Fields vote of thanks .err ice,
was given a for
I'I rock-bottom price
EXTENDING A HELPFUL HAND clous recipes In all the main ctass1 at a
While were on the subject of for bringing in more member-I,1 I

A newspaper exchange from Dallas County, Iowa came funny things that have happenedto ships than any president of the simply of for cookery.. the >",kfriK.One!: Is yours NOW! Now-look at the this rugged quality) And

to our desk this week and in glancing over its columns we our merchants, we might as club here-to-fore, and for fast fill you get a "Lifetime Guarantee" \
well tell about the sign that ing the quota on the new club new PATHFINDER. Berrilical '
you I .
the heading "More Farmers Help Unfortunate No More Burglaries by Goodyear.TODAY'S
came across Billy Patray posted in his dad's drive, "Every Town a Townsend Go over it point
Friends With Spring Work." They farm on a big scale !in the restaurant several weeks ago. Jas. Town." Lawtey and Hampton are W. E. Bryant, proprietor of THE DAYI
date to elect Bryant's Cafe, who has suffered by point deep non-skid
Patray closes the Magnolia Cafe ready for a meeting I
wide of Iowa, and the news article went on to
open spaces during May and September of club officers and begin function- two robberies in the past year. In- blocks for center-traction Buy now-V, eluy-he
tell about the friends of an ill farmer gathering together
every year, which he says are the Ing. ob-tain safety; husky shoulder safe tomorrow.
with twenty tractors and plowing up in a few hours the vast dullest months. When time came' I

acreage that he was unable to attend to. Several other instances around for the annual vacation Join Lodge I cafe his cafe again.resembles The back of the

of this "good neighborliness" were cited by the Iowa if this he spring.could Billy make asked a sign his to father placeIn Starke men belonging to B'nul! I jail with now Its screen porch the county crisscrossed A NEW HIGH IN LOW-COST VALUE

Brlth Lodge and attending the installation 1 I with iron bars and a heavy
newspaper. the window to notify the pub- I
of the Gainesville steel door.
This is the spirit that makes life on the farm more I lic that the restaurant would be I ter there Sunday were N. Stern-1 I "
closed for a few weeks. Mr. Pat- :
pleasant and clearly explains why so many people prefer ray readily gave his consent and berg, B. Jacobs and M. Raybln. B.I i Ii Enlarging Home LUBRICATION I
Hirschfield of Ralford also attended r
rural to ,urban homes. It also carries out the principles of went on about some other business. and Is a member. The main \ Mrs. Vonda Inman Is repairing
A day or so later he was enlarging her home on hIghway SPECIAL
true friendship and Christian ideals as they pertain to every- purpose of the lodge Is to help and I land i
astonished to ride by the cafe and : 13 near the Farmer's Market -
relieve the distressed and was organized .. 1 IO-POII 0
day existence.We see the following notice In red ] north of town. The home 1.. ONE: WEEK ONLY
in and has I
are glad to know that Bradford County farmers also letters on a big piece of cardboard I thousands of 1842.members throughoutthe many I:I when completed will be seven BATTER 1 T E R
rooms in extent. The house Is be- Tea
classic u
frequently help out a sick neighbor when he is unable to do : United States and Canada. I! ft a complete
f CLOSED inK electrically wired and will be labrlotios flat cUaiiUq of all CHECH E C
I the work that cannot wait and simply MUST be done in orderto Have Gone Fishing -.----- I Il completed next week, when it will wtedows ..d vac.nm-cU .
make the next crop, which might mean the difference be- Will Open Up l Are Proprietors I I be occupied by Mrs. Inman, and oil prtr. t.' lets
Mr. and Mrs. car glee change ceciUI19 //d s' e'"7"I.
George Inman.
When We Get Back I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle announced I." lava'
tween "plenty" and starvation. Needless I : I ot 5 quarts of our 25- est y,. ur '01
to the
say sign Friday they are "
, 0 'afforded passers-by considerable proprietors of Halle's Tourist No Murphy Extension l 11- wa..e'

SAVING FOR AN OLD AGEIn merriment during its brief stay in Camp, operating the attractive I A House committee rejected a1 J' D1ilYE18 ...for. u.fiP G P,>IIPUY

line with the thought expressed above is an article the window..- and group service of cabins station, the under restaurant a long Hillsborough bill by Martin to and extend Sheldon the l\.Iur-j\ of j L S f El 'jir /

I from the pen of an unknown writer on the subject of "Wealthfor SPEED HARVEY I term lease. The restaurant is enjoying phy law which expires
for another two years and six ,i
Old Age. He says: I growing fame for its fam-
MAKES RECORD ,ous Sunday chicken dinners, and months. The vote was 10 to 1. j jWHY
"An insurance man has just spent an hour telling me its quality foods throughout the --. I
how by saving through his plan I can be independent at six- I The following clipping form a week. I If we were a member of the i
recent issue of the
Plant City
ty-five. He paints a glowing picture of loafing, fishing, Courier will be of Interest to the legislature we would introduce a i I t

playing golf, or sailing around the world. I many friends here of II. S. Magnolia Cafe Open I bill calling for a postponement of I| I a E
future sessions of the
I (Speed) Harvey, who was Railway' The Magnolia Cafe reopened legislature |I
"The idea of saving money for old age is a good one, butI until 19SO. We do not see any.!
Express Agent here for many yesterday after being cloned during
think we must save more than money to make the later I years: May: one of the slowest use of spending the tax payers '
I for a few fellows to to i HIGHYISAVE
years truly rich. We should save our friends and make new "Signal honors came to II. S. months in the Cato business. Tnllahassee money and have a good go time LOW COSl ?

ones so we will have someone to go fishing with us when we I (Speed) Harvey, local express James Patray. proprietor, looking for sixty days. Okulooaa Mes-I{ -- -
agent this week with receipt of refreshed after his month's vacation -I -
retire. No one is more pathetic than a lonely old man. the 'word that he has been named stated that he had a "bunchof cenger: /
"We must render some worthy service, we .must help '"Salesman of the Month" In the chickens to fry up." Sounds I I I' at the Sign of the Goodyear
Gulf department of the Railway good. I Grarbnotw;: 3w.took
others to grow so that as we enter the sunset years we may Express Agency.Mr. I ,

feel that our lives have not been lived in vain. We must Harvey has been accordedthis New louse on Lake Do you Grandmother realize that us could far! backas
your : prob-
make friends of good books and good music for these will honor as the result of the The $6.000 home, pier and bathhouse I ably remember Winters-tilth's has Register Motor C|

cast a benediction on our final years. We must so live, too, splendid record in volume of business on Kingsley Lake, built by been one of the South's be t-hou'ft
he has achieved for the Mrs. T. J. Nabb of Macclenny, tonift for Malaria and for use a. I
that we may hoard up a great store of beautiful memories.We Agency and In the next Issue of was completed this week and occupied a General Tonic. For over 70 years, I

should have in our mental bank only thoughts of peace, "Selling" a leaflet published by the owner. The impressive million* of people can't be wrong I ROAD SERVICE
monthly by the general sales department structure is located on TRY a bottle and see for :yourself!
good will and love with for prejudice or remorse.
no loom
of lake I
the Railway Express the north side of the near

"It will take more than a check each month to make an Agency. Mr. Harvey's picture will Kingsley Beach and Is of one WINTERSMITH'STONIC 103
all the appear in connection with his designation story, wood construction. :M. D. Telephone
old man contented and happy. Be sure to save now I
as "Salesman of the Grooms and W. L. Mobley of Mac-
things that make for true wealth." *
Month. clenxty were the contractors. < Starke, Fla.

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