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: June 2, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02700
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trate Program Includes "IVomanless Wedding" t1 Bond Trustees Will Get I

Fireworks To lIe Presented At at( : A pproxintately ,

At Mghtmroro Ritz TheatreA $ ,OOO I

',m celebration at I Ib wedding without n woman u'Womanless A definite agreement for n new I'

e bIlSJI" 4s men of Starkebe Wedding will be division of Bradford rounty's

the '" the farmers of presented uncensored to the pub share of the state rice track funds
('()UII L\' at the 'recently I lic Indies, gentlemen and ohlhl- ro Include the County Hoard of
:ford Farmer-" Market onFurth ran Tuesday afternoon and night Ilond Trustees has been reached,

shape this week. Loaded with 24,000 ears ot lum-ious Bradford County sweet coin, Sponsored by 'the 'Rotary (['tub said Monday

I Cite the fir t home" celebra- this giant truck was caught by the camera lust before pulling out toi the benefit of the Hjadford ; Bradford County's share of the i
of July, 4 in nearly 20 years, from the State Farmers' Market here and heading for parts where I High School Athletic Association ; racing funds, derived by the state !

sponsored by Starke's corn-on-the-cob is Just as popular as it la here, The driver of the to help pay off debts contracted hy taxing race tracks In Florida, ;

;IIe.spirlted eJ11g and progressive truck stands at left, while J. L. Gentry, manager of the market Is in six years ago, the "Womanles i It's ii fine thing to know that when Bm Scouts of VmiTlca/ thurst amounts to approximately: $24.000

,men to show their appre- the middle and E. J. White who bought and sold the corn, leans ,i Wedding"and, all In black-face their aims Into the air they're either! waving hello' or 'goodbye and per year Up until this time It 1i',
and too will be h..fol"e the hits been divided equally betweenthe
oa for the" patronage supof against the truck.BRADFORD. i performed nre NOT saluting some ambitious. dictator Shown above. just before
and will attending public from the new Board of County Commissioners
our farmers their departure for the New York WoiUl's' Fair are from left to right.
reopening of stage of the local theatre. Ad. and the Board of Public In-
It the Leonard Smith, Frank Robinson III Mike Dew, and Arch Thomas, Jr
struction for In these
Y M C A CAMPS mission charges for the afternoon use two
fine marketle and nightbe BUYSSATURDAY matinee are 1(' cents for children Further details of their trip will be found elHewhere In this lactic! of county department The race

order of the day OPEN JUNE 15 15 cents for high school students the Telegraph, truck monies are distributed equally -

free entertainment and _________.
no between the 07 counties,
regardless -
entertainment and 25 cents fur adults Matinee
a"t (0 all The Tamp Win-Co-Ma, the St. Au- begins at 3:30: o'clock.. The even- of size! or population
-mlttae. Elmo SI ruth E., L. Wit- gustine Y. M C. A camp located ing performance begins nt 7:43: 0' WATERMELONSGO BOY SCOUTSFROM Tin Hoard of Bond Trustee

j, B Alexander, on Crystal Lake, will open on clock TO MARKET hits been 10mllllovy
D. Vln- and all seats ore 30 cents relying upon a I
Smith, 300 POPPIESProceeds I
Junius Time 15 for the twelfth
y, Durden, consecu- lour !\Moilortli ml valorem tax with whichto
K G Duncan. A A tive season of camping The open- The Rotary Club presentation I I The watermelon season got off STARKE build and maintain county roads:

.', Clark ind Bill Graham, an- Ing camp this summer will be a constitutes only a part of what to 1bill' start Tuesday In the and bridges F.ven: t though the .i

need its major plans yester- Go To Help boy's camp and camps will run the customers will get for their I Hcll-Curtlfi section when ten figures show that the Mom! Trim

for two week periods throughout, money I,I frt'lghtII' loads moved to themarket ATTEND FAIR : teen got npptoxtmately the same
entertainment Disabled World'sWar the entire The second' I I
hlef amass the summer. On the screen such actors us :i over "Pl'ggy.Vf'c1ne"dllY amount from this source last year 1 las

urea\\111 be a bicycle race for Veterans camp will open on July 4th and singing star Tony Martin, glamorous i' 21 cars were shipped, milking n I they have received[ since. 1931

sand one" for girls with sub- will find a number of boy scout Gloria Stuart, and comedian total of 31 earn loaded In two Jacksonville (when their receipts fell from

,tlal prizes to the winners of Bradford County has not for- troops In camp as well as a camp Slim, Summervllle will combine :i :Jays. Pi'ires were said to be hold- May $12,920 to $7,590 011. tho fund

1 t. Boys and girls are urged toE from St Leo College These ) I their particular talents In "Win I ing up mound $300 per, car which 26 For Week In IIIIB become Inadequate due to the

L Williams to enter the gotten. camps will operate for u six week's ner Take All." There will be one ,I Is u very good price for watermelons New York fact that bridges built 10 or 12

I. I Lust Saturday was Poppy Day, period. And on August 15 a girls of those clever cartoon comedies I II I the usual price being years ago, when funds. were more I I

[" ere will be an old-fashioned which Is held once a year at thai camp will operate until :September and chapter two In the Ritz' cur- i from $150 to $200. Four of the eight boys. prlvl plentiful, are going to the bad,

:re dance and a fiddler's conA time, sponsored here by th< I 1, The "Y" camps will again I rent serial, "Boy Scouts to the : Both the long and round type leged to attend the World's Fair Ir grades becoming old< und need re- ,
string band be under the direction of Wane, I grading, and there nre now many !
first class Rescue, on the screen. are beiiiK/ shipped, and all go to New York as representatives of
American The
I play fOr the dance and all Legion poppies Magee, General Secretary of the< |I Genuine Home Talent Savunnnh. Ga., where they are di- the Greater Jack onville Councl mora miles of county loads than Ji
Bill are made by disabled veterans, St Auguslne y. M. C A.. who there were before 1931 The levy \\1
to will have
Irs are urged | "Womanless WpddlnA" verted to separate markets. "Peg were from Starke, members of the
him, who I U In charge of the men who are still suffering after opened the boys camp on Crystal I a cast composed entirely of gy" Is making her regular runs local troop number 70 They let IK now, and has been since 193ri, !

ice and contest, to enter, A their sacrifices on the battlefield Lake In 1928 and who hag beer 'I Starke's Rotary Club Members. loaded to capacity and the Seaboard for their week In New York Friday the maximum allowed by law, 10- ,\

piize goes to the winner more than twenty years ago, and' directing boys and girls camp The part of the shy, blushing. has had to add another of last week from Jacksonville mills and falls by a large! margin Ito

A. Burden will have the pole sold usually by the American for the past eighteen years. I bride will be portrayed by Dr. special train and crew to the aboard the Strain Ship Algon meet the needs for which It was : \I

II I creased and the prize nailed Legion Auxiliary. The sale o1 Repairs and additions necesnarj; Mark B. Herlong, while the confident Starke-Brookcr-llcll branch to quin. I Intended due to homestead exemptions

\tie top ready for the pole | poppies amounted to 928,73, Mrs for this summer's camp' are now I he-man groom will be City handle the tremendous volume, The Starke boys attending are: theMurphy Act, and non i

sing com *nrL.*;&/ *>oys. 'nd N, U.. luwrlB'hVt: chairman going on and a splendid season of; Councilman Don'Hoover. One of which l is. expected! to continue for Michael Alvin Dew Archibald J, payment rf taxes. \

.> wanting to enter the sack of the sales committee said. A camping is being looked forward the beautiful flower girls will be j several dnys. f'ars contain ape Thomas, Jr Leonard Forte! To meet thin emergency the

a and thiee-legged races seeD total of 300 flowers were sold, at to by those planning on using the I' Elmo: Struth and all other ports I proximately 1,000 watermelonseach I Ij Smith, Jr. and Frank Robinson,, Bond Trustees held u joint session I

Vtalnft prizes here, too against 200 last year. camp. An excellent staff of camp) I i i will be In keeping with the above. j shipments Tuesday and Wednesday III The other four boys on the with The Board of County Commissioners :

counselors, athletic and waterfront | The hundreds who attended the amounting to about 31- trip lire Pnul Wilcox of Jacksonville and the Board of 1'nb-
enlght of July 4, which falls Starke has no Legion Auxiliary, I '
directors will assist the i Rotary Club Minstrel last April 000 melons with a 1 return, (10 growers Bench William f). hogan Jr ll<) Instruction Thursday night '
Tuesday will see the largestmost and the poppies are sold by a committee camp director) In affording camp I I and were amazed and thrilled by of around $9.300.Watermelons of St Augustine, Robert Altmnn November 10 1938, In the courthouse ,

,," spectacular display oioik appointed by the Legion era a well/ rounded program of I the superb acting of Sturke's from the Brooker of Sanford, Harry Pepper, Jr., of und the Trustees appealedto !
In Brad- Those cooperating with chair-
eve to occur camp activities that RO to develop I there-to-fore undiscovered local I II section Are expected to come In ,Jacksonville, and lender Hen Ulister members of the other two
County ,ill in of R F man were Misses Carolyn and I
charge spirit, mind und body In the greal tulent, will ugnln wee their favorites heavily next week. Quality of of Jacksonville hoards for a share of the racetrack I
'k, and
Betty Green, Gayle Virginia stated
Mrs out of doorsApplications on the stage In person the watermelons Is good and the After the patrol' reaches New revenue
mother welcomed feature on Sewell Freddie Wlmberley, I their for such a request
for camp are now Tickets are on sale by all members reasons
Con- K. G. Duncan, Mrs W. M Wim- I market demand heavy. York they will join with tll'I.eotheorll !
program IS a speech by
being received at the St. Augustine of the Rotary Club and also -- from Suffern. N. Y. the Minutes of this meeting real),
ssman R. A "Lex" Green berley and W S Parker.
wal othei. speakers of state- Y. M C. A office and camp) on sale Tuesday at the box officeof I FREE POISON home of Ban Heard national Scout that the Convnlssloneia, and 'I
The Jones-Langford-Wblte Post is open to any boy or girl of the the Ritz Theatre" commlnaloner School Board agreed to give the
e reputation will be on hand No 56 of the American Legion Issued .state Quite a number of camp Every purchased ticket Is ni FOR FARMERSAll Trustees "a portion" of the race "
At the fair, these Scouts will
congratulate the farmers
a statement expressing theli ers have come from Miami ark. i boost to B. II S athletics. revenue and hut u committee of

morate our country's gl'eat-I I "sincere appreciation for the gen even in purls of Georgia.FARMERS I I --.---...._______ the Bradford County farmers net as messenger, orderlies at one member from each board
first aid stations, assistants at
tnnlver&ary erous response given to the sale O |Ilet'it'al At Graham sharing In the 110 acres of Sea should be appointed to draft; a
II Bradford County farmers,, of poppies last Saturday, and es GET Revival services at the Graham Inland cotton planted In the county various ceremonies, guards of honor special act to be Introduced at the

r wives, children and friends,, pecially do we appreciate the un I I Baptist Church each night at 8 this year will be furnished free for distinguished guests, guidesfor < current legislature to provide for

urged to begin now making tiring efforts of the committee. OVER $9,200Soil o'clock will begin Sunday and continue calcium arsenate and molasses to aged und handicapped persons the new division. The act wa
and non-commerclu. !
assistants to
u attend this big party be- "These poppies are made by disabled I for a week. Pastor of the control the boll weevil this year drafted and forwarded to the
exhibitors for about four hours
given in their honor at the veterans and sold to the conservation pays! Two- I I church Rev L G Hemingway will For each acre planted to Sea each Bradford County Delegation In

era Market all day on the American Legion, which again offers hundred seventy five Bradford : be assisted during the week by Island coton, a producer will be day. Tallahassee early in May for panwage. .

'rth, of July Everything is them for sale once a year on County farmers have received to other local pastors. A children'sDay given 5 pound of calcium arsenate Scout executive M G Bcmwrll of .

and they are promised more Poppy Day. After paying for date $8,715.87 In soil conservation "| service will be held Sunday and :5 gallons of molasses Thin Jacksonville" stated Friday that In the meantime the three

than they have ever had be- them, the remainder goes Into a checks for complying with the June 4. Everyone Is cordially Invited amount will be sufficient to make '11111 Is the only group of Scouts boards began to have difference

special fund for the relief of destitute 1938 program County Agent, T,, I to attt-nd "> applications of poison to each, from Florida, and perhaps. from over the matter, Commissionersand (
'the entire South, that will have
said that
of the community. K. McClane Jr. yesterday. planted acre. This means Bond Trustees agreed that

SKEET SHOOT "Last year the local post defrayed Approximately 20 applicationsfor I Pai"tlome 550 pounds of poison and 550 gal :' this opportunity Service Camp to stay inside at theScout the the understanding! reached In the

payments are not yet In that The home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. lons of syrup will be distributed November meeting was that the
ELD THURSDAY the expenses of a crippled fair grounds We lire proud of
to seven or eight been painted an attractive tn Bradford. track should be divided
children's clinic from these funds,, will amount I Beasley has I I thin signal honor which the World race money
oat i of hundred dollars, Mr. McClane ad cream color with white All Sea Island cotton producers ', equally between the three
Starke and Bradford transporting and feeding many T. K. Fair" administration has given the
door and window should see County Agent I boards but holdover members of
3ty'S ded. trim and green I "
children I
sportsmen gathered at little deformed and crippled Greater Jacksonville' Council, '
The floor of the house McClane If they have not already tho School board denied that there
old airport Thursday afterof making It possible for them More than $500 have already I facings. the required The Scouts! are expected to return about
varnlahtil. dona so, and get definite agreement
sanded was
last week to enjoy an aft- to be examined by Doctor Forte, been received by local farmers has been It l h. getting June 9. next FridayTOWNSEND any the
of materials as stated that
internal Improvements the division They
of skeet who also madeit under the 1937 cotton price adjust also, and other I II .
shooting noted --'--' -- -
a surgeon
sponsor- late In the season to begin almost "flnan- .
by the first of made R C. Buford had :I School Board was
the since
Starke whose infir-
Gun Club possible for those ment program I
I I weevil control. CLUBSORGANIZED (Continued on page eight I
further of the painting.
Okie McClane charge
Wainwright captured mities could be remedied to have the year, Mr. .
aI I honors, by breaking 47 out free hospitalization In a crippled stated, making a total of around'

:0: of tht. clay pigeons with children's hospital" I $9,200 received by our farmers r PROUD OF HIS NEW GAVEL i CARL ANDREWS

Jimmie Brownlee a close sec- through the Department of Agriculture The Starke Chapter of the Na- UNDER ARREST
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with 46 'out of 50. W. P, slicURITYNUMBERS I and the Agent's office. At I I '" h.: .z.t ;r" < ; ,. y., ,Jy jI" "
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broke 45 out of 50. W. P. least 200 other farmers could ? "' ::11 > <.,.$ clubs at Hampton and Lawtey Sheriff 8 R. Green of Mac-

tit, Jr 44, and Charles Darby, NEEDEDAs 'received $5,000 to $6.000 If they t .f.,. }. ';'.", '<< .u. !"' ,."" .<.,< this week, with u total membership clenny In Baker County said Sun "
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undy and Eldridge Smith had only been on the program. I J : of 70 members day he wss! holding a man listed :
/z out, of 50. the graduation season drawsto In the county ry.f'nMb'r '- < the : In
This year we have The committee inaugurating as Carl Andrews, about 35.
ginnet are urged to come a close high school and college I 374 farmers nearly 70 per cent of'I. Lawtey club Monday night wan connection with the fatal shooting I II

and try their luck at hitting students were advised today to obtain all the farmers in Bradford County : I composed of W A. Colley Henry early Sunday morning of Paul I

skeet As an added Induce- social security account num- signed up In the soil conserva- I 4 lifer and Mrs Mae "'Ifer, Officers I Raulerson. 29, near Olustee. a

".t,t bird"
i tea and l recent beginners. advice was given by R. B. that 500 farmers will signup ,, I II II Ir ; M. K Loiidholtz, vice-preM- Macclenny:
-- Manager of the Social dent Mrs. Edith Croft, secretary:
Donaldson, lrf.w. :
( -- I I I The two men had been living
Irs, lucretia Crosby Security Board Field Office In The County Agent announcedthe and J. A. Howe treasurer The together near Fort White, in Columbia

NI. Lucretia Jacksonville, Florida, recent aerial photographs of nest regular meeting will be Wed- : County the sheriff Bald I :
Crosby Sanderson I
d Plan, now Insist nesday, June 7, nt o'clock In the Raul-
showing the ex- Andrews carried
City, died In her home "Many employers Bradford County and after
t "Mn.gday Of last week that a new worker show his or act location, size shape, and acre school. house and regular meeting erson's body home, he returned
tr before wilt h.. at the name time and place
a Short uiness. Mrs. San- her social security number age of every farm has been received to Macclenny and surrendered.An .

0It Was well known here be- taking: a Job." Mr. Donaldson said. and will be used In the pro- I every other week thereafter. I Inquest Into the shooting wa
'e much easier to get a number in the programwill I The same organizer! Monday
Ort many visits With her lion, "It is gram. All farms started by taker County Judge;
for I Installed the new Ilahpton
teldslIIerlll before applying be measured with these maps night Frank Bowling and will be completed -
.. or permanent, five weeks. : lub The Hampton officers areA I
"tcell whether temporary within the next tomorrow.
were held the
I than It Iso : II Simmons, president: Wllbertllall
:g Thur.duy afternoon from full-time or part-time The farmer Is urged to go with Sheriff Green said AndreW'"ttoM
later Mr. Lynn
n' '"IV Methodist : have to go to our office measuring the landto vlce-prenldent.: I followed
t tie Church I the reporter The him the shooting an
Hall secremry-treanurer.
( a, f* '"' S Roberts offlcllock i and get a card numbers be sure that no land or crop Is I time, and place of the regular argument with Raulerson in their :

''- Interment fola'n !, Social Security account left off the map. as It might seriously will be the school house automobile. Raulerson was shot

I Oaklawn Cemetery. may be obtained easily, quickly reduce his payment If such meting other j Friday night, begin- twice: with a pistol, one bullet entering ,
Don- \ every
i"r; H are four daughters, and without charge 1411 at Mr Lynch Is the case. I ,ly ri w ning tonight, nt 8 o'clock. his head and the other his

t Grar nghl, Waycross; Ga., aldson's office at office -- i Mrs Mae Flfer reports that shoulder. '

Alma* Pearce, plant City; Building In Jacksonville counties This : Holiday Saturday :: Starke's Congressman Lex Green can now boast of one of the most i $22.75 w& collected and mailed! Raulerson, formerly of race1t'1cny -
Mott. Tampa Mrs.Jacksonville. serves the following at Starke will tusk and was given to Is survived by his widow,
ly, C'rnnlsghatn! ; Bradford Clay, The Florida Bank I I unusual gavel. on record. It Is made of Walrus I to national headquarters. Club
e : Alachua. Baker for business on Saturday his work chairman of the J H. Filed announcedthat a small daughter and by his fath-
10 ns Flagler.Dllchrlst. not be open natives of Alaska in tribute to president '
blr Lex
Duval. by
Fields, W L. San- Columbia Dixie June 3. Jefferson Davis' Committee. Mr Green spent the week-end at his all club property Is being! er The body was placed In chargeof
Tallahassee: J. Sandertbpanpaliami Levy, Madison Nassau and Birthday, a legal holiday In the{I I House Territories called In to be disposed of a Jacksonville\ funeral homefIi'i"'f'

a brother J< w, I Putnam St. Johns Union State of Florida home here. I J JI

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STATE Saturday
Everett B
niarkw, ',,, flgree !
Tallahassee.-- Regulation of the "Section I. It shall be unlawfulfor lf f fret''
commissions, which warehousemen, any warehouseman, factors, of the slaying" 7' Krq\\in g
factories, brokers, etc., may charge driver 1.1' Sne!
brokers, commission: merchants, of a tit I rand
for the selling, handling etc., of hat'
cooperative marketing associa- I nov DIES. OF INJURIES PINEAPPLES Rii'iIBoyntonPineapples killed th.i, ', r

RURAL 1fJlltlf.rlIousehold agricultural and horticultural pro- ; Madison Injured! In a friendly" are ripen, er. Benny nini, q'A'"l, I "" lid b
ducts fInd poultry and livestock tions, or any other persons, firms : '
COMMON SENSEBy in this State, was recommended' pr corporations to charge any per- wrestling bout, Jimmie Lathan, 18- ing (in Florida fields, and soon being to the brought <1t"H ,, .1 'well"n0

to the legislature Saturday by son, firm or corporation more year-old high school boy,struckhis died workers with short, blunt knives James oountv JIll 1 \ ('qQ>,
Lathan Dunien
SPUDS JOHNSON MILK IN COOKING Senator Charley Johns of Starke. : than two percent ((2 p. c.) of the Saturday. Young will shuffle through the rows har- Intercepted "u.I ''I' \\",
head the pavement FridayIn hs, ,,
which '
The Johns follows net sale price of any goods '" ,
measure was as 1
the It won't take Snell
match with a friend vesting crop. from th.M.if
have had
Dy Anna Mae Sikes : any person may any : :'
but walked home without apparent long, for only about 100 acres are to death by th. I
PLAY IMPORTANT warehousemen factors brokers, ? 10,
Extension NutritionistIn "Whereas, the market price of ''
SOUTH'S PROGRESS Injury. Later he fell Into a coma the seven! Stat, ,
agricultural and horticultural pro- commission merchants, co-opera- given over to sweet-scented, ""n,"' I

Forestry Is destined to play an this column last week we ducts, poultry and livestock has tive marketing associations, or and died Saturday morning. tasty product. Even these few stable testified Durden this n"", \ '" I

mentioned several ways In which decreased tremendously during the any other person, firm or corporation acres, planted by a dozen growers, r' I
Important role in the South development Re- milk could be used in cooking and past few years, to the detriment to sell for them. ANDREWS TO SPEAK present a huge gain over the near- the"thought" the I p: ?. :,.ra
of Florida and the men that ,
invitation to ,
cent establishment of numerous today we are going to give a few of the producers thereof; and "Section 2. ''Net sale price' as Washlngton---An extinction that overtook the industry him. At *"II >,!I Snell
addressto a ,
I mills in this and other more recipes that may be used. t "Whereas, the fixed prices used in this act shall be construed deliver the commencement after! the real estate boom, he I'ec.t. i ..roner'quest
paper pulp classes of Col- identili,,
All measures are taken level and the warehousemen the graduating but there is much : ,th,
Southern states has tremendously charges by to mean the amount of money ac- ; expansion ahead pair
; tively. Circuit
enhanced Interest in forests and the abrevlatlons Include "t," for commission merchants, factors, tually returned to the person or umbus University on June 8, was before it returns to the level of Frederick denied Ju. ?, Herbs
Senator Charles ,
forest lands. So the recent annual teaspoon, "tb." for tablespoon, and brokers, commission merchants, persons having the goods sold, accepted here by its one-time peak of some 7000 for a directed iaensen
report of the Southern Forest Experiment "c." for cup. co-operative marketing associa- after the deduction of all freight, O. Andrews. The Invitation was acres. Oscar R. Winchester, form- on the vI'rd') t ()f IICq
ground .
extended Dr. John R Fitzpatrick th.
Station of the U. S. Cereal tions and other persons marketingthe handling charges, rentals, weighing by erly of Greenwood, Ind., and now 'sufficiently HrHt blJ

Forest Service, with headquartersIn 1 c. milk; 1 c. water; 1 t. salt I above mentioned products for charges and storage have been I provost of the University Florida's biggest pineapple grower welders identm>,! ire B''
School of Law. as the .,,
and dean of the ,,
New Orleans and a branch in 1 c. cereal. Bring water and milk I the producers thereof, have remained made. will believes the Industry definitelyis negn 'layer

Lake City, Florida, Is of unusual\ to boll, stir In salt and cereal, boll the same despite the decrease "Section 3. Any persons violasing The commencement exercises Hall. on the upcurve, but will grow --.
be held in Constitution :
interest at this time. gently about 5 minutes, stirring ;I I in price; and the provisions of this act shall slowly. His 50 acres near here Daytona"TT.CI'OItESTER Beach
to Cover "Whereas, an emergency now produce about 6000 crates A I\teral
The that Forest prevent sticking. place 1 be fined not exceeding five hun- a year, rant for '
report says the South's for- over hot water, and cook about 1 exists, and it Is necessary for the dred ($500.00)) dollars, or be Im- FSCW GR,,\DUATIONTallaha'ssee or about 75 per! cent of Florida's the arres' '.1 t ,'liver'art '
Survey figures on ,
Indicate that virgin hour. ( legislature of the State of Floridato prisoned not exceeding six ((6) ,-Degrees and cer- crop. Thousands of Immature prominent! \ IQI? \'[,
est !
resources county cattleman ,
old-growth timber stands are be- Um-ooked Vegetables take some action to regulate months, or both. tificates were, presented to 260 plants, called "slips," come from with having "hllrJlng;,
the prices now charged for the at the Florida his fields. used to assaulted St.,
seniors They are
Arrange diced or sliced laws Monday pro-
Ing rapidly depleted, but second- vege- "Section 4. All and partsof Mathews, 53-year aid J1est
of the above mentioned i !
marketing State for Women with pagate the fruit.MURDER. I'del'll!
growth stands have followed tables in layers In greased; baking laws in conflict herewith be and College service officer

rapidly on most of the cut-over dish dot with butter, sprinkle products; and the same are hereby repealed. President Francis P. Gaines Wash- out In Jacksonviiif! hat beta v
"Whereas the marketing of reran
lands. Today these form an Im- i with flour, salt and pepper. Cover ,and horticultural "Section 5. If any part of this ington and Lee University deliver- SUICIDE Commissioner Carl \>.ble t
stock of timber with milk and bake In moderate agricultural pro- ing the commencement! address. Blountstown, Sheriff J. K. the
portant growing act shall be declared to the unconstitutional tioii being taken
ducts and livestock Is a igiunst
poultry For the first time in the historyof Co*
cared for and oven until vegetable Is tender, Musgrove said Saturday, Julian
which If properly business vitally affected with public it shall not affect District Forester R L Ran .
conservatively utilized, will ap- Corn Custard I interest In this State the remainder of said act. the college the words "CrauLaude" Berry, 39, a barber, shot and killed nounced Saturday I mended s\

preciate in both value and volume. To 1 can cream style corn, add'' ; will be inscribed on dip- his wife and himself after an
"Section act shall take warning ao
"Now, therefore, be 'It enacted by 6. This of seniors who rank anyone with rater
These stand, however, are now 2 eggs slightly beaten, 1 tb. melt-I the Legislature of the State of effect immediately upon Its be- plomas high- argument over their 14-year-old. of threatening or attacung

producing only one-third the Umber ed butter, 2 c. scalded milk .I Florida: coming a law." est scholastically daughter staying out until 11 o'- forest service officer pay

of which they are capable. season to taste. Turn into greased clock Friday night, to attend a attacks, the forester declared'

"Now, for the first time," the baking dish and bake in slow DRYING LUMBERON EXPERIMENT STATION NEW AIR SERVICE motion picture show with Mrs. be vigorously prosecuted Ac

report says, "we can see the part' oven until firm. WORKERS GIVE ADVICE Ocala-the first survey of a Berry. The sheriff said a coro- Ing to Raney the .illeged a

forests must play In the future of Scalloped Finn THE FARMIn ON INSECT: PROBLEMS proposed new airline from Talla- ner's Jury had returned a verdictof on Mathews took plan mthe-

j the South, but we also see that in 2 c. cold flaked fish; 1 c. white hassee to Miami via Ocala and Or- "murder and suicide." He said town of SevilleVniusa! ccj

I every forest type and in every sauce made with 2 tb. butter, 2 order that wood may give (Information In this column lando was made Tuesday by an the Berry girl and her cousin, who the night of May ->; Mot!.

phase of forest Industry there is tb. flour and 1 c. milk; seasoning. satisfaction as a building material I comes from research workers at Eastern Air Lines plane. The sur- spent the night with her after the testified as a witness, recent!

Immediate need for more specific Cover bottom of buttered bak- it must be seasoned :. the State Experiment Station in vey ship, the Stinson cabin plane movie, were in the next room dur- a case against Cnwart. bra

knowledge of what to do and how ing dish with layer of flaked fish, properly Gainesville.) used by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, ing the shooting but were not Maximum sentence fni ''onv:
to do it. The territory is a huge the U. S. Forest Products Labora- EAL when he harmed Berry the sheriff said,
sprinkle with salt and pepper, dip To control chicken ticks or president, came lot the crime with which toes:

one and within it the forestry over the white sauce--repeat, coyer tory points out. Moisture in woodis "blue bugs," clean up the poultry here! in :March, roared over Ocala argued! with his wife when she and 'charged is a $5.000: (. fine :

problems to be solved are many, with buttered crumbs, bake in commonly called "sap" althoughit house thoroughly, removing and just before three o'clock. It clc- the girl returned from the theatre, years in jail or both

varied and complex." moderate oven. j is chiefly water. Different kinds burning all trash, rubbish, and rcled the city after coming in from then left home and "did some .-

An Inventory of forest lands and Plain milk may be used insteadof of green wood contain. various loose material and then spray lib- Tallahassee. drinking." Early this morning, the EXACTLY !*!17.00

resources recently completed for white sauce. Also, cold cooked amounts of water. erally with kerosene or a mixtureof officer continued, Berry returned Widow: "I want "i user

the entire deep South showed that eggs cut into eighths or sliced may I kerosene and waste crank case home, got a gun belonging to a obituary notice In YOU pape'"HnUl'
<.L' ,,_ The farmer wishing to use the .. APPROVES AI'POINTMKNT '
and will .
of me total of nearly xiif million be added to the layers of fish. lumber on. special- care should oe takento neighbor killed: both hi sand wife n much hp
cut from his woodland has Gainesville The appointmentof norhe;
acres surveyed, almost 60 percentwas naked Hum force the into cracks himself. Berrys also Editor: "Twenty-fivt ,enu
only one way of seasoning or dry- spray Ted E. Duncan, Gainesville attorney "
productive forest land. Old- 1 or 2 slices smoked ham; 1 to where ticks are hiding. The roost have a son, about 11, but he was inch madam.

growth forest stands were foundon 2 tb. light brown sugar; 1 t. dry Ing his timber-air drying. He poles should also be painted or : as state's attorney for the spending the night with relatives. Widow: "0\1\ land sakes,
usually Is in no position to haveIt eighth judicial circuit, has) been .
nearly 15 per cent of the productive mustard milk. with this material. John was six feet tall EiTRAIN
; kiln dried which, of course is sprayed approved by the Florida senate,
ond-growth area and; some reproduction stage of sec!on Mix sugar and mustard, spreadoves' the quickest way. Wood possessesthe The poultry house should be I according to word received here BEASLEY & GAY SCIIF.DU.E

clean-cut ham, cover with milk and property of giving off or tak- cleaned up In this manner at intervals -.'Saturday from the Associated. Following is the scheiliilf
about 77 percent
; bake until tender. Add more '
forest land on only 8 percent.The milk if ing moisture from the surrounding of five or six weeks until Press in Tallahassee. Duncan, who Service Station trains arriving here daily,

report Indicates the necessity necessary. air until the moisture in the the infestation Is eliminated. A was nominated in the last election, iect! to change withou nolle-
Salad Pressing; wood has become balanced with further precaution to protect the i will take office July 31. The cir- Southbound Due St

the of applying care and forestry use of principlesto growing 1 tb. flour; 1 t. dry mustard; 2 I that of the air. Therefore, air chickens is to suspend the roost I cuit includes Alachua, Baker, Gil- Washing, Polishing, No. 1 (local) .__ 1033: p,
2 tb.
t. salt dash
paprika; sugar; wires from above or
seasoning of lumber poles by christ Bradford and Union Coun-
depends ,
if up- No. 107 (through i 9'2U,
timber and timber lands they GreasingStandardI
3 I 1-2 1 cream
c. vinegar c.
eggs; ; the ends of the poles with
on the temperature, humidity, and wrap I ties. .
Due Sli
to sound basis for Northbound
are serve as a sweet 2 tb. butter
( or sour) ;
oil-soaked i
circulation of the surrounding air. rags. I Oil ProductsOur 2 local __ -i'15 *
the greatly increased forest indus- Mix Ingredients, add eggs well .-- No. ( )
After the Into lum-
tries essential to the future pros- beaten. Add vinegar slowly, stir- sawing logs The larve of the darkling beetle, STRICT TRAFFIC LAWS I No. 108 (through; 8JJi;
ber the wants to
perity of the South. Copies of ring as you add it, and then add get He as commonly referred to as "meal Apalachicola, -- Recent strict I Greasing Jobs arc done Starke and 'anllt'e Bran*
good a product possible.
the report can be obtained from cream. Cook over hot water, worms," are light brown In color, traffic law enforcements were emphasized with the best grease moneycan Jo. 101 leaves Starke 7am.
should, therefore, pile it on a firm, '
the Southern Forest Experiment stirring to prevent lumping. When foundation situated well- have rather hard skins, and re- this week by Chief Police buy. No. 102 arrives Starhe 1'50 p
strong on
Station, New Orleans, La. thick, let boll up directly over I drained ground, removed from semble some of the larger wire I Officer J. H. Bloodworth. :Man? (Dally except Sundays*

fire. Stir In butter Just as you worms. They live and breed in careless motorists have been Sur-
BUS SCIIEDULE: I possible danger of floods and
take off fire. grains and grain products of all officer suddenly
All prised when a police -
water. weeds and
North Bound ..-- I I kinds, but are most likely to be. appeared by their car which
Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35p. : OVER TIIIIKK-FOUIITHM. I brush should be cut to allow good found in materials of this nature was parked illegally. And their' Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Rends

m., 1:50: p m., 3 p. m.., 6:19: OF U. S., FAKMKKS: i ventilation. The foundation should that are slightly damp or that : surprise really meant something' EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
be built of durable material and
p. m., 10:15: p. m.South TAKE: A NEWSPAPER I sufficiently high so that the pile have been stored for several when they received a $5 fine In MODERATE PRICES

Bound months without being moved or city court for a first offense. Subsequent DeWITT C. JONES
i 1 U about 18 Inches above the
Washington! ,-The lure radio, ;
Leave Starke: 2:20: a, m., 10:20a. : movies and automobiles has not I ground at the rear. The slope disturbed.To I offenses draw a heavier Starke, Florida

m.. 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m. taken the, farmer's time away from from front to rear should be about control these pests in a tight : fine, perhaps even a jail sentence.

"'Nt Bound to Tallahassee his newspapers. On the contrary one Inch for every foot of length. bin, fumigate with carbon bisulphide .

Leave Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive farmers take and read more newspapers .' In most regions lumber should --one pound to each 100 cubic V. S. BUYS CITRUS INSURE WITH
did 10 be piled with narrow strips of feet of space-simlliar to the Lakeland-Grant P. Border. I
Starke 12:35: p. m. today than they JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE
method for weevils.
sound dry wood between each layer controlling marketing specialist for the Fed-
For free pick-up service (with- years ngo. This was revealed today -
Carbon is Inflam- I
in limits Con- in made by The National of boards so that air may circulate very eral Surplus Commodities Corporation LIFE BONDS
city ) phone Lacy a survey I mable and will explode if kind I AUTO LIABILITY
way, agent Fertilizer Association on the I freely through the pile. any announced Tuesday the I
of fire is when it is being
sources of Information which the Local climatic conditions deter- nearby government would start buying I Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

farmer uses and the farming practices mine very largely what Is the best used. fresh grapefruit for canning pur-

DRINK MORE which he employs. The sur- spacing of boards in the course I poses May 29. The Federal agency

vey reports that more than seven In general very narrow spacing Increases BOATDRA1N will consider purchasing 13.000

; MILK out of ten of the 32,000 farmers staining, and very wide Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, Cor tons or 832 cars during a two-

personally interviewed in 35Slates spaces! increases checking. If; week period. The price to be paid ,

I take a daily newspaper, weather conditions cause rapid Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Griffis :and for fruit grading No. 3 or better I

and more than half of them takea drying narrow spacing may be de- children of Clay County were will be 15 cents to the grower net J"" FISHING

weekly sirable. However, If weather con- visiting C. A. Griffis Sunday.Mr. on the tree, Border said, with one

This represents a gain of 7 percent ditions cause slow drying, staining and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of box of fruit to be diverted from
In farmer-readers of daily may be decreased and drying Florahome were visiting her par- commercial channels for each like

And Drink newspapers over the number reported -I speeded up by Increasing the ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt amount purchased by the govern- I SEASON

," > In a simlliar survey made spacing between the boards to 5 Sunday evening.Mrs. ment. f
The Best or 6 inches. Increasing the spacIng .
10 years ago by The National Fertilizer P. B. Prevatt of Theressa
Association. The IncreaseIn beyond 5 or 6 inches does not 1,300,000! COLLECTED .
FROM was visiting her son Arch Pre- tr
dally was not madeat result in appreciable Increase In Tallahassee,-The Florida unem-
vatt, several days last week. Is Now Open
j, PETERSON'SDAIRY the expense! of weekly papers, the drying rate. Misses Thelma Prevatt and Mar- ployment Compensation Division
because the weeklies also show a announced that collections received -
I farmers. These 10 States In order garet Griffis are visiting their
1 gain of 1 per cent. during the first calendar quar-
of their percentage of farmers aunt, Mrs. Ermma Boree In Jack-
I In 1029 there were only 2 StatesIn I ter of this year amounted to $1- Our
r taking a dally newspapetr, dare: sonville for a few days. So
s which more than 9 out of 10 California 55536244. The major part of
Washington, Oregon, ,
-- Joe Griffis Jr. who Is
farmers took a daily paper. This these collections were for pay roll
Indiana, Ohio, Connecticut, Minnesota
BUSINESSDIRECTORY year's poll reveals 10 States In' some time at Lee Lake, was visit- contributions due during the first
Rhode Island, Massachu-
which ready ing C. A. Griffis Sunday. quarter of 1939 small
dally newspapers are setts, and Illinois. a very per- TACKLE DEPARTMENTThis
> more than 90 per cent of the Albert Griffis and Harvey centage being past due contribu-
The questions on reading habitsof 'Gainey were visiting friends on the tions. Contributions for the first

r- -. farmers are 2 of the 25 ques- Lake Monday. quarter of 1938 were $44,000 more

tions which 650 Interviewers per- Mr. and Mar D. Boree and than for the same period this year we are carrying the largest t

RB conally asked. Others were: "Do children of Jacksonville were year," Harold C. Wall, director of

$ you listen "regularly to farm radio visiting relatives In this section the division, stated. "This Is ac- variety of Fishing Tackle and Baits
? "Have
RU obtained
The drink programs you
Sunday. counted for by the fact that our
information of value from
JAYS delinquent list has been reduced
that them?" "What farm papers do ever carried in Starke.
NATIONAL INCOME considerably and we expect our
you read In order of preference?" : GAINS
future collections
quarterly to av-
I everybodyknow8 ", ,"Have you attended meetings or Washington, The Commerce erage about a million and a half
demonstrations conducted by Department estimated that Na-
fiFUb your dollars."
r county agent?" "Have you visited tional Income in the first four FREE !

: your State Experiment! Station, or months of 1939 totalled $21,561- FOR SICK STOMACH

5ft experiment farms ani fields?" "Do 000,000, a gain of two per cent Will you come home late this

you get practical value from meet- over the corresponding period of evening with a severe headacheand We offer you the services of our new

Ings or demonstrations! attended ?" last year.A completely upset digestion? powerful Magnifying Glass to find

COCA-COLA BOT. CO. Tabulations of the answers to continuation of the same in- One's nervous system and stomach -

.these questions are in progressand crease over 1938 would result in are closely related, and often flaws in your rods. After these flaws]

result will be given out as a National income this year of unusual tension and excitementwill will
WE ARE found and line
are corrected
fast as they are completed.The 65.600.000.000.: compared with $64- tend to upset the digestive your

I \ PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS TIME SAVERS gain in farmer-readers of 200,000,000 for 1938. "chemical-balance" and cause last just twice as long.See .

MONEY SAVERS newspapers ia credited to the fact Included in National income are stomach over-acidity.

I CARPENTER'SThe Business Need Them that farmers of the past decade all payments to individuals DON'T ENDURE THIS COM- Our New Halts, Some You Have Never
" have been forced to keep up with wages, salaries, dividends, interest PLAINT ANY LONGER! Seen Before

\ Rexall Store BUY FROMBradford better farming methods, and also Income from enterprise and RELIEVE IT-NOW! Obtain

'6 with local and national political relief payments. genuine! Bisma-Rex at your com-

, PLUMBINGPrompt County situations, and that the newspa- munity Rexall Drug Store and

I Service at papers have kept pace with the de- LESS T. B.FATALITIES neutralize the cause of your BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

Seasonable Prices Telegraph mandf of farmers for timely and Deaths from all form of tuberculosis troubled system quickly and

j Let Me Estimate Your Job accurate information which they In the United States thoroughly.Your .

C. M. RITCH STAKKK FLORIDA. must have In order to conduct have decreased 73 percent since: Rexall Drug Store U Carpeonter' J. B. Carlisle, Owner
their busln M *. 1900. .
Drug Store In Starke.

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'biiiib{ cijTIIU HOW TO EAT HOT DOGS I TOO LATE j i :\ L. L. Parker (orrevpondentMot

) Jacksonville., Hot dogs! Hamburgers and cause discomfort. If not actual TO CLASSIFY :\ -\\ ", right

Get >m while they're damage. An the jaws move the A wedding of Interest' thi'iugh-'

hot Wn x in. worked forward to thiopening I, U, n'F-I.I.' KAY out the county to a wmc. curie of

rIllr1 iI1lllHhIIlI1lII1LUjflhI LIf1l1LlIUflhIULJI11ffllllfl1flliLlUjj} LI I I |I Ice cold lemonade orangeade of the ear. If the accumulation 4rrrefnrr Fiends Press .t.s* friends la that of MISH LorotheaWainwrlght

I and soft drinks. needs further cleansingthan daughter of Mr and
piiST 1 METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN I Now that Summer's here folks that given with the dally use Mrs. Charlie Wainwright of Ral-
.\ Frank Robinson ReV. Chas. H. Allen, Rov Fr.. Yerkes Jr.
Rov. W T
RBV :Mcaulr
are taking to the head- of ford to Mr. O. J.
,1gntfflOt pastor Pastor Rector Pastor highways the wash rag, Insert a soft, CItes, worthwhile tourist attractions Mottf this
"'pa.IOr 6 ipt I E. K. Perryman. Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Supt I ing for lakes, springs and beaches. damp cloth twisted to a point. some where no admission i city and son of Mrs J. R Mott.
'l'h. u Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Sasse Mrs. Ira Wilson There's
J a run on wayside stands which was solemnized
) schoOI I of Church School Mrs. E. M. Davie Organ.at Sunday School Should an Insect become lodgedIn charge Is required and others with Saturday.
"nd,1 Church School School Mrs. James Carlisle 10 o'clock community luncheonettes and soda the afternoon at the home of Rev. .
)[ Church Supt. fur, try flushing the ear chaiges ranging anywhere from a
,15 A 10 A. M. ROT Mathew. Services Worship Service fountains. C. Butler, near Long Bridge The
ornlor gOry I c. Morning- Worship Sunday Every 2nd Sunday with warm. pure water. If this quarter to a dollar or mOl'e.In .
A. 11 A. M. Church School School. 11 o'clock Although the Florida State lovely bride was dressed In white.
11 .nil Service 10 A. M. 10 A. M.Sundays a. m. does not dislodge the bug. see most instances effortis
,ptJt Train.T'f Kvenlnsr Worship 8:00: o'clock p. m. Board of Health's sanitary engineering every with white accessories.
"'r Service I 8-00: P. M. Morning Worship -- 11 A.1\[. Prayer Meeting your doctor. made to constantly enlarge end I .
'en11 !Ser"ce. Younar People's 11 A. M. Fridays 8:00: P. M Wednesday Night department through the Teach your child not to put Improve these attractions and real- After the ceremony the bride
l ea I"tI"g, Leacue Meeting- Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Days..19 A. :M. 8:00: o'clock local health units maintains sanitary beans buttons, and other I and groom left for Jacksonville,
ayr p M 7:00 P. M. _ _ of the of peas ly give the visitor something for
inspection premises
.0"1)" 1\ Prayer Meeting MIN. ALLIANCE things In the ear as these have his money. Examples are Cypress I but returned! late Sunday after
PI': :,.nuV& Wednesday 8:00: P.M.Mrs. HUSSION HALL President all places where food is dispensed been known to cause doafness.S Gardens! Silver Springs. Marine- noon to the home of the groom's
)( TAB.Sponsored .
F. H. Long, there\ are three precautions the
lfector The Rev Frank S S land, Rainbow Falls\ and Springs mother, who had wedding dinner -
'holrJ{. powell Organist and Choir Sponsors: by Robinson public can and should take in its
The for them.
ctaIrmKI Director Mr. and !Mrs.\ Mr. and Mrs. Vice President behalf. increasing popularity of the McKee Jungle Gardens lick Tower. prepared Enjoyingthe
Ltd Df pea, .on. Mrs. E. K. Perryman J. '1'. Qulgley J. T. Qulgley The Rev. Leulle own automobile trailer has resulted in The Fountain of Youth and affair with Mr. and Mrs. Mott
lackifte Assistant, Organist Evangelistic Shepherd Good Habit* Mr. and Mrs. Lourie Shine
F Bible Study eachTuesday Service an unprecedented craze for camp- many others. were ( )
Chairman T. T. Long. Assistant earn Friday and ... Patrons of hot dog stands and
.14 Dt"Tte0s, ,:} Choir Director evening Boo: day ovenlng s 00 The Rev Fred Yerkes soda fountains should make a Ing. Therefore! a word of cautionIs I Such attractions are appreciatedby Mott of High Springs Juanita Mc-
(i. O ruftw.' .-- In order. Gauley Charles Hardee Mr. and
our visitors. They are constant -
of HELD habit of always In selecting camp sites! other bringing our state national I IpublltIty Mrs. Harmon Morgan. Mary Sue
Days OpportunityIs I REVIVAL 1. Asking for Ice cream and soda and Bonnie Mott and Hugh
than public tourist licensedby
I camps and they are operated! byreputable
to be served in paper containers.
JOB JONES Sunday SubjectAt 2 Using straws Instead of the State Board, of Health the people who have developed Rahme.
first thing to look for Is the water these properties at greet expense Mr. and Mrs. Mott will residein !
Methodist Ch drinking directly the bottle.
supply Polluted water Is I Itrookcr where he in associated
to attractions
On Here responsible provide outstanding -
.1. 3. Observing the cleanliness! of
_S for many diseases! such as that. are a credit to their with the pulp wood bussesus6Sth
And Hereafter Sunday services were conducted I shelves counters, sandwich boards typhoid' and dysentary. state as well as themselves.The ttltrhdiiy
et cetera, and the manner In I
at the First Methodist Church by; which attendants handle food. Springs and wells In .sandy or success of such ventures, Mann Hazen celebrated his 65thbirthday

the Word." That liL I It the pastor with the assistance of They may do all these things In a gravely places' are best. Water In however, has caused others to establish Sunday by spending a

preach row Timothy to doUch the Church, organist and the perfectly sanitary manner when limestone formations may be polluted so-called "attractions"I quiet day at home with friends

Paul Word. Be Instant liLn ] Choir on last Sunday. A larg< official inspectors are around but at distant points and have I that should' rightfully come under and relatives. He received many

the 'iut of season." Uer may lapse into insanitary habits had no opportunity to purify It- the classification\ of "lkes" or I useful gifts. Enjoying the day

and stick' to your job congregation worshiped during the< the moment his back Is turned. self. "gyp' Looking on the tourist asa with him were his 7 chIldren Mr

words the Word." Churches morning hour having t h e I I" Therefore an observant consumer Outdoor Liitrliie sucki-r and a sup. these racketeers I and Mrs.(Marvin Hazen of Starke,

reaching for preachers who are thoughts centered around the< I can do more to Impose sanitary A safe method of sewage disposal pick a likely spot on a well '1r. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Orlando -

calling They want men wh< theme of the day "Religion and< regulations than anyone else. I is iilno necessary for the Itinerant -' traveled highway plaster the road MI' and Mrs 0 G. Stray-
d mixerS When he sees Insanitary practicesbeing camper. Latrines should with signs for several miles in home of Wllldwood Mr and Mm.Vasco .
God wants preach I I
Motives. Bruce
Mrs. of
versatile Fudges employed he should cull the be at least 100 feet from the kitchen each direction, put up a circus or Har.on, Purvis Audrey
of the Word Jacksonville rendered beautifully!; proprietor's attention to them. and should be screened / sideshow type of "front." and and'Infrt'd Hazen, nil of Brook- ,

me editor read an interesting a solo "Have Thine Own Way S *. Garbage also must be dlspottod bnllyhni> their! "wild animal exhibit ('t.. nnd his 4 grandchildren, Nancy i

'ele recently by a layman 01 Lord." The next time you feel the urge of In H sanitary manner. It I ," "foHHll museum! "Indian Jot and Mary Lynn Strnyhorne,
'If I Were a Preach vlllane," "Idll 01' anti reptile Maicla. : anal James E. Hazen. j
subject to clean out ears with u hairpin fchould be stored In lightly covered gat Kay
"Jf :Ire In spite of the downpour of rail \ your I
He 8hl In substance, fiirm" or what have you. !toy(" A. Gulney son of Mr anti
I would tak< the evening service was held at toothpick or other sharp ur- cans' for only short periods. AH i
a minister the appointed time the worship] : tide resist it. This Is a conynon soon as possible it should be bur- Tourists fresh from the north Mrs R. M. Gnlney who has been! I

t In the affairs of the people and service being conducted by the practice that mny puncture or led In trenches or better still fall for these gags to find they In the St. Vincent's hospital In !

ouM go from door to door members of the Intermediate De otherwise permanently Injure the should 1 be burned. paid their'' money to look at a tank Jacksonville for .the last few I
truth abou
1 the people the partment. ear drum. If It Is to be fed to hogs, the of two or three 'gatois. a cage of weeks Is ImprovIng. but very I

ir mart-led lives and their ro Wax that forms In the ear hasa cans paper and glass must, of fox snulrrplH, .a.. motheHtenmangy m.nun.. n.n.1__. "lowly.I .
see i would help them work Sunday morning the final Sun definite purpose. It catches course. t>> kept separate from the bobcat- while others find 1.11(11., ,\1.1Jl"f"tII: f

t aU of their problems. A day of the present Conference dust, dirt and small Insects that garbage ax hogs are not like (lie much publicized and ballyhooed I The Ladles' Aid met at the homeof

I ichei should be an authority on year. the pastor the Rev. Franl would otherwise get Into the ear gouts "museum" contains only a few Mrs Long Tuesday The next

| of the subjects that concerti Robinson t/ill use as his subjec dried up bones of questionable' meeting will be at the home of

people' "Days of Opportunity." Assisting I BIENNIAL APPROPRIATIONS BILLS origin, a mess of possible arrowheads I Miss Lubedin Plnholnter on Tuesday -
and In in the service will be the Choli r ------
Itlie article was sincere I'I and broken pottery and remains June 6. at 3:00: o'clock. After
Jesting but the author does not singing the responses and a special : I CALL FOR NEARLY $10,000,000Neither of n dug-out canoe. They [I the business meeting the guests

|ow nis Bible If the preachei anthem. RKV.: II.XKKV IMrKTP me offered( ten-ccnt-storo novelties enjoyed an hour of sewing and

I preach the Word and bring The evening service will be de TtliahaMsee.xpendllure of bill covers! more than I tiny bales of cotton with a were then served refreshments.

p people to, know THE TRUTH voted to the administration of the The protracted meeting, being tween $9.000,000lnd $ be-j I $2,000,000 In special expenditures, celluloid, negro sitting on top of It Mitts Jiiiinlta McGauley. Charles

fus' said He was the Truth]) Sacrament of the Lord's Supper conducted by the Church of Christat year to operate Florida's! already voted by the Legislature and mulling curd attached whichIs Hardee. Hugh Rah me, Miss Mary

lire will be no family problem! A solo. "Why Did He Love M< the American Legion building, government, its courts, collegesand tetmed n "Floilda" souvenir Sue Molt anil K.: Harrison were
These Include for
I solve Jesus Is the solution of: So?" will be sung by Mrs. Joe continues through next week. with many of its agencies and Institutions $300,000 a year In spite of the fact that the bottom -' visiting at Salt Springs Thursday.

\our problems He even offers Andrews. The Communion will services every evening at 8:0: o' was proposed in, the the State Tuberculosis Hospital at of the bale carries the words Mrs G. K. McGauley, Mrs. Theo

lDIef! as a solution for our fin be beautified by the Candle lighi Legislature this week. Orlando, $250,000 for Florida's exhibit "Mado In Japan." i Green and Mrs. H. M. Hlnson spent

cia] problems. He said "Seei feature of the hour for during thc clock and Sunday afternoon ut The Senate Approprlatl 0 n a at the New York World's For many yearn the largest and the day Wednesday at Magnesia

first the kingdom of God and administration of the Sacramentthe 3:00.Rev.: Committee Introduced a biennial Fair; $250,000 for a new south finest alligator farm In the world Springs

i righteousness and all of thes Church will be lighted only bj Harry Pickup of Gaines-I general appropriations measure wing on the Capitol; $138,000 for has been l located<< nt Ht. Augustine lilt fly Train

'igs shall be added unto you." candles and the illuminated cross, ville who Is preaching calling for outlay of $9,204,141 an- building at the University of Florida where over 6.000) live 'gators are Harvey Phlpps, who was struck

n cannot solve their problems A most cordial invitation is extended meeting has done considerable I nually. The bill was placed on the ; $125,000: for buildings at Florida on display as wp1as\ ostriches by "Peggy'1 Sunday morning.

!lIS i can He offers to do It. II to everyone to come tc evangelistic work throughout the I calendar. State College for Women; and a varied wild life collection\ May 21. just after midnight U inQainesyilie

fa really know Him Who nearly these two final services of this south and Is now connected with The House Appropriations Committee $I2 .000 n year for the free hog to say nothing of u splendid 1 1 museum In the Aluchua County

lo thousand years ago said ilf 1 1 1imwlf 'year. the University Avenue Church of brought in a bill calling forS9.388.3tiO I cholera Herum; $92,800 for completion I I'. It IH one of the most interesting hospital. He was severely! lacerated

M 'im the Truth" they Next Tuesday morning the pas. Christ In Gainesville. : unniinllv.. It- was sent of the new House Chamber; and. educational exhibits I I' about the back and head

uld ooi havt any trouble In tor and Mrs. Robinson will leave The subjects that the speaker back;; to the committee;: ; at Its request anti a number of smaller Items I to be found nnywhern anal the and has several broken limbs Reports

ndlIng for His glory and the for Tampa where the Conference will discuss for the remaining for further study and hear- I The biennial, general appropriations visitor gets more than his money'i I I are that he bun developed!

4: of 1 their fellowman all phy- will officially open on Wednesday nights of this week and Sunday bills also do not cover about worth. | Pneumonia and that hit condition

al i ana scientific truth. Men do evening in the Hyde Park Methodist are as follows: Thursday night. ings.The 1937 Legislature appropriated $50.000,000 a year which the Stutecollectstend llecnuse It Is n. wundetful show ,; IH very seilous.

: Know Him Church. Reports of the progress "The Establishment of the 9191.819 annually for the dl.sburm'H for Home of ami, one well worth seeing, countless Mr. ant. Mrs Fra Taylor were

Tha what Is the matter with of the Church will be givenat Church"; Friday night "Four Items covered In the House and Its agencies and for( the counties. thousands of \people\ who hft" visiting In Gainesville Sunday aft

8 world 'Yf shall know the this time and the other business Answers to the Question What Senate bills. The State Budget The appropriations bill gives Visited it have I old. their frll'ndMto ) ernoon.

hih enc the Truth shall make of the Church will be transacted.The Must I Do To Ue Saved ?"; Saturday Commission hud recommended that the Governor anil budget commission baa sure unit see the Alllgutoi The first Watermelons were

free wa not said of the truth appointments for the new night "A Message From the 1939 Legislature appropriate power to trim expendituresby anal Ostrich Farm at St. AUKUHtln brought Into llrookei' Monday by

I mathematics! or the truth which Conference year will be read and Hell"; Sunday afternoon at 3.00 $9,630,929 a year for the coming any department sufficiently to lint when the visitor arrlvetnt ,, : Lloyd Harry and C. J. Crews. We
jrn discover In laboratories. It broadcast over the adio stations of o'clock "The Lord's Supper. biennium. keep It from exceeding revenue St. Augustine today he find* hope tIme price stays up to whero

i said of Him Who was and isti Tampa during the day, Sunday In making the annuoncement Governor Fred P. Cone did not available for Its operation.The TURKIC: "Alligator !Fiirmw" one I the people can make something on

i always will\ be the Truth that June 11.June 1 Rev. Pickup said, "All of these concur In the budget commission's Senate bill provides that which really offers him something them

'kps men free Men who do not 11 the annual observanceof subjects are of general interest to report because Illness preventedhim building funds not up in the general -I for his money and, others' that tn: I I You are welcome to our Sunday

:DW Him but who know other Day" will be observed all religious people and will be from attending Its meetings.He act shall not be used If the were established primarily Sunday morning.
"Layman's School
the thai have no saving power in our local Church at the discussed In a scriptural way that said he hoped tIle) lawmakersthis construction work Is financed! by a cash In on thc good will and reputation b -every? -.--. .

y use these mathematical and eleven o'clock hour. further details should be Interesting and profit- year would hold the general special att.Chairman. buUt up attraction over the and years which> I I TIIK HOMK NI'AVHI'AI'KIl: : ;

nitific truths to destroy the being givenin able to all. No theories or opin- appropriations at the 1937 level Westbrook of the Sen- the original I In the
of the program have little to offer from either the I "The sorriest newspaper
lI1ing millions for whom He the next Issue of the Telegraph. ions regarding any subject are and he recently warned the Legislature ale committee said he expected of Interest or enter United Stales (does more for the
II. The preacher's first business' but all services are to voting special expenditures -
o'clock stop the
Wednesday evening at 8 floor debate on appropriationswould I I support of Its community than
to> preach His Word. "My Word meeting service will be heldIn marked by serious study of the I without providing the be started lnt<' this week or tainment. finest community In the United
ill not return' unto void." prayer of the Bible on needed to them. Such "gyp"' practices\ do the
me teachings
Church under the direction actual money pay early next week. Chairman Lewis States does foi, the support of its,
.at is His the No collections bill I state and our tourist communities I
promise. "I am attendto discussed. I The Senate appropriations
the made
of Mrs. W. B. Sewell with the assistance question of the House committee no newspaper." Thus Karl Lehmunn.
< my Father's business"meaning is of the SeniorYoungPeopie'o will be taken except at calls for $640.710 for a State building prediction The appropriations untold harm. Tourists who are secretary of t the Lake County
of His statement to service on Sunday in i at Institutions during "nucked In" are naturally sore
A most cordial the regular program bill and means to finance Its expenditures Chamber of Commerce. gave his
'u mother when she found Him I Invitation group.to attend this mid-week connection with the items of wor' the coming two years. This figure usually are the final anal all Floilda must lake the opinion of the value tl) a community -
the Temple talking to the doc- l IK cordially In- is In addition to the $9,204,141 rap.
of worship Is extended. I ship. The public nets of Florida Legislatures. of the local newspaper, In his. ':
's of the law "As my Father service affiliated -'vited to attend every meeting. I a year for general operations. The Items In the 1939 It the proposed KcHtorallnn Plan at the weekly Kiwanis
"t me so send I you," He said' Everyone not otherwise ---. -- .. I House bill makes no provision for I Ie. Major annual of Florida for St. Augustine/ goes through I speech the Vatdez Hotel.
Starke is invited bill InctiudeUniversity: Club luncheon In
His Church in 1937 Legislature becomes-
disciples. with a building fund The and the Ancient City
their CONTEMPORARYPHILOSOPHY for salaries anti $199.200 Mr. Lehmann went on to point
this Church $7i .800
teachers' should attend to His to make passed a separate bill covering other WIlllamHburK./ there will be ,
and to come and for expenses; Agricultural Kxperl-: I nut that every civic religious and
lnf8l buildIng
and not their, business hurch home a million dollar State plenty of sharpshooters campedabout
most Station $2"0,620 for salaries organization In u city
A ment educational
,achers have no business of worship with us regularly. program and the budget commission her gutes with a variety of I
"ir will be found( of and $231,309! for expenses; Florida Is In the habit of coming to thenewspaper
mil We cordial welcome recommended a fund fake attractions, designed( to trip I
preachers FHOM OUR K.XCIIANOKS: for Women, $476.127 asking him
or.lerl. Lei us them. waiting.GVUuToF. I $629,360 for the coming two State College! the tourist before hI' even reaches I II publisher
obey -- anti $123,448.; Florida State Hospital would' to give away free the one commodity ,
In fact
peach the the limits
Word. Be Instant in NO IH'TTONS I years. nnd $1,029,375; I sale ;
: ,
I $549.235 he has for space j
\'On and '>ut of season." THINKSTo Roiimanla It Is claimed has more In addition to the regular annual $90- i not be surprised any day now to
-. all those kind friends who than any other country In appropriations and the buildIng Slate Auditing Department !I learn that the "Fountain ofYouth" ..Thl...." the speaker stated ''I
and considerate durIng gypsies Senate bill carries 000 and $30.000: Comptroller! ; had been relocated just I something we would ask of
MISMO.V II.\U, .\NI) were so kind the world. Roumanla may fund the State Prison I "was
\UKKNACLK,: the long illness and death of the: Gypsies all right but the special biennial expenditures $148,060 and $49,000; State south of the Georgia line, to learn no other form of business, or

--If our beloved husband and father United States can produce more I Igypp..rs imountlng to $121,500.> The $178.100 and $379,5OO; and of a "Cypress Gardens' on U. 8. business man In our community. :.

Dr v ;; ord who is con- ve offer our deepest and most and zippers. Taylor House bill has $42,150 for special Board of Health $103,500 No. 1 out of Jacksonville nr be We would not go Into a bakery

iJeng II"e Bible conference at the sincere thanks and gratitude. And County: News. biennial appropriations. $121. 500. advised that some smart gyp had anil ask the baker to give us a .

.. this 'or the beautiful floral offerings -- bought himself a couple (of secondhand loaf of his bread.. Yet we will go ;

exct'lIenl Bible week studies brought. us : ve express our heartfelt aprecia- -A.V PISOSI'EKITV LAWTEYVlllliun I I W. C. Woolen. H. f. Pierre and I horse troughs and wan openIng ( to the newspaper owner find ask \
; Mon-!
and Tuesday lon. It l Is unauthentically rumored \ (Bill) Plummet, ('or "Uncle Dun" Fryer attended the a "Mailne WON[>!< r' Limit( : him to give away the space he has ,

-d: .1** been nights.fineDr The. Kel-atonce Mrs. Clifford Rhame and family. the: goose that laid the golden eggIs I Jacksonville Spartenberg. .'S.. near St Augustine to sell; perhaps not realizing that I,(

JIdO alS< been assisting in the stranded on tne same 1..lft",1 imanuwith Mrs Roy McAllister of New I ball game In Jacksonville C"I I don't know just what we are commodity like any other merchandise ,

ling rii,' children! have been a sign to the Jew In the day of the dove of peace. Red York City. l I" visiting her mother night. All three of these going to do about It, hut something costs money to produce." ,1

dt'rtng "me. of the choruses. Christ. So the Jew Is a sign to Kerce. Mrs. A. A. Annls. The party was men are former bull players ought to be done to protectthe Mr. Lehmann proceeded to enumerate 4

MOOdd'o "KM' subject the Gentile World He portrays In Tampa Sunday where other relatives are very Interested In Its PI'o-l' good name of Florida as well the various sources of t'

I!numit, The was what Got is about to do. The unrest INDKKD: : YES I were visited.O. gress. as the visitor who come here at Income which I a new p/lpt'l has: ;

(e the )u'" chapter scripture of Hebrews.pas- among the Jewish people Well, anyhoW. there Is more to J. Phillips and family Miss Hilda Wyrick has returned our Invitation/ Since the state I first the Advertising space that :"

e (l.otl! "8U* Christ told His throughout the world today is the the freak hats worn by the girls spending their vacation with rela-I to her home hf-re after seems to he abl to regulate the Is sold; second the money derived I

-IPle! thlll they would> receive evidence of the truth of the Pro- than there Is to the bathing suits tlveo In Miami. They are expected pleting her sophomore year com-I'price of milk. the manner In which I from. the sale of the paper to the 1 1public

Wer I '" the Word of God. The fact ,-Taylor County News to return In two weeks. S. C. W.. In Tallahassee.UK our pants are pirsHed. the grade I : third If the plant Is equipped .
original has it.
anil of our fruit and' produce commercial.
1anul. like the pack for such work.
That nations. Plummer -
*hen the Holy Ghost all of the I Mr. and Mrs M. B. I
SPOOFING' else- maybe
'' to disgorge TOMIJSTONK: : and most everything 't
"* ipon them. But in "great fish." are seeking spent last week in Dothan. Ala"with CANNOT: UK' <{l'IKT: I time I I printing
going In Its
let land. colored I II the Legislature spare :
that their A closed his talk with ;
from Plummer.
the George The speaker
Jews their son
dynamite the
be effec-
traffic light recent- to define
read this We timed be smart enough
cemetery in-j might
: an undercurrent through a Roberts and daughter statement. "If an editor were .
: W. the
sary to touch It off. There Is even Mrs
believe our "GradeA" .
tombstone: I ly. We could not what really constitutes a I t the
'I1eon. that on a
nau' this country. scrlption returned from tell this would think
press the button. against them in I have recently si-comls did that to you you
sleeping 21) I attraction
but Only ,
Ig ,"! democratic tolerence. "Not dead. were guestsof eyes. had ulterior motive! no'AT 1
where they an
"Ver and faith the boasts of its DeLand We checked to
Ut 'I continue Scratching his head. and pondering light hold UK back. In the meantime my advice I
; flaII.tCFS of the Bible and The meetings will finally said "He urealn.t Mrs. Robert mother. It again and! we found It trueAnd -. tourists: and visitors Is: "Consult I'm telling you with an ulterior 'M
jrch igt night. Do not I he Mr. and Mrs Joe Shuford. former I motive too. I want to nee you 'I
ve Friday hurrying
pressed the but- through foolin' nobody but hlsself yet. we found ourselves the Chamber of Commerce In cities
1.ha1 the
ias let the opportunity to hear owners of the Carrldlnel'eeleGrocery before the Improve your city. An editor
| |d dynamite of miss the Street Journal. to get through you visit for authentic Information -
1. work Power in repose Is Word of God taught by one who -Wall ..--. Co. are now residing In light changed somewhat chargrln- concerning the character of gladly gives all the space he can
'ti4: '"'""" A to Its study. I Jacksonville Mr Shuford Is employed : and tempted at reputable tfford. and more, to the commu-
engine has given years CAIU OF THANKS ed at being caught. attractions; Inquire
dUCts be a
nothlng. night there will heart- by Cumberland and Liberty the amber. clubs tourist ilty. It U only fair for the community -
What the Friday wish 10 express our to go through on automobile or
We of
urch: Gainesville Co..
OLb needs today Is a large group ot singers froM Other felt thanks for the assistance and j Mill, Wholesale Grocery I What Is the matter with us;, bureaus; remember while dodging: I to return this service the. I t

: r Its members surcharg- to give a musical program. offerings of our many that cityFriends be Americans4 Few of us really can the cows on our highways to likewise nly way It can, by purchasing ad.enticing I
floral will
with being Bennett
the Spirit of Interest are and of C. B. I \ the BULL on our space and subscriptions
'of God. programs friendu during the Illness use 20 second. or care very much] recognize I IelgDII. :
TueSday recovery .. "
e or night| the lubjecwas planned for each night. service I death of our husband and father. I glad to learn of his quick about It. Ex. |I, ; I from the editor. -Sunford HeralJ.I ,1\1\

''t unUsual interest "The Jew Sunday night a regular! I Mrs., H. C. Gibson and Family. I from a. recent operation. 11

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Revival Services ConcludedAt J 1 89 YEARS OLD I | Oak with her brother and sister-. ;
i. I in-law Mr. and Mrs Lee Johns. i
Corinth Baptist ChurchLast 1 iI I i ,
FAVORITE Mrs. Raymond Secrest and' been serloui\ "''o
Sunday concluded a weekof It
I IIIu EiIW revival services at Corinth' ,\ !I RECIPES children of Hollandale are visitingher cent's Hospni,i 'j, I I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
the lip
Baptist Church with an all day i I Reddish of this section.[ past thtv, ,,''II', ,
meeting and a bountiful dinner'I +ra r pa'" III RU operation |h,,, ,. .

spead at the noon hour, followedin I f Mrs. John Uglow gave us the Miss Edna Johns and Harmon Improving rapi.i) I.. ? ?H", 5
I Hodges of Jacksonville were visitIng and '
the afternoon by a beautiful i relatives ,
dill \\
pickles -11
Association MeetingOf I U. D. C. To Have Annual ordination service for ten deacons f 1 and following we know recipe they're for delicious be- friends and relatives in this recovery.NOW. .

Baptist W. M. U. I Spend-The-Day PartyThe from Evergreen, Kingsley! Lake, cause the kind lady gave us one

Held In Law tey W. T. Weeks Chapter, Wateroak and Corinth Baptist of the pickles to sample-and it
all of which
of the Confederacy -I Churches cooperated Nr f certainly tasted fine, with just
United '
The regular soclation meeting Daughters 'to make this one of the most successful I ,
flavor. Ug-
annualpendtheday the right "dill"
will have their
of the Baptist Woman's Mission- I
and inspiring church meet-
that she had plentyof
party Wednesday, ; low said too,
held in *
Union Lawtey
ary was ings in recent years. :
at dill on hand and would be gladto
June 7, at the Weeks cottage
Saturday. May 27. .
Services began at 11 o'clock In
f to
Kingsley Lake. Hostesses: Mrs. ; give pickle-makers enough
session opened
The morning:
the morning with a Bible lecture
J. M. Brownlee. Mm. J. Wilson, I supply their needs. And here's
10 o'clock with congregational o o
by "Little Mike, seven year old o
Wall and Mrs. S. E. the recipe:
held Mrs. W. L.
ringing The devotional was I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mickler Pickle
by the president Mrs. L. E. Wilson Brownlee.All Dill
of Jacksonville, followed by a ser Use medium cucumbers and
and talks were given by Mrs i guests are requested to beat mon by Rev. S. E. Godwin, pastorof slice to convenient size, then pack YOU CAN BUY YOLK
V. H. Carden Mrs. R. A. Thomas, the Weeks cottage by eleven the Maxville Baptist Church. \
and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. An address I o'clock; luncheon will be served at At 1 o'clock the ordination ser f :, In Jars.

by Miss Theo Thomas of St. ,1230.: In the afternoon there will vices created the following dea- Mix 1 cup of salt, 4 quarts of TYPEWRITER AT 7/o.l/f
water and 1 of vinegar together -
session after
Augustine climaxed the morning be a short business
Lester T. N. Norman
cons/!!: Crosby the mixture toa
-- and bring
will be
which swimming enjoyed.
Marcus Conner and Jack *
the luncheon hour, missionary N. T. KING boll. Pour immediately over the
and Ward, all of Corinth Church; Carl pickles which have been packed In

special vocal songs duet were was sung rendered by a Circles To Meet Monday Milliard. Russell Redding and J. A very enjoyable day was spentat sterllzed Jars with dill and one-
B. Gaskins of Evergreen Church;
the Misses Austin. Followingwere Circles of the Woman's Missionary [ the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. half clove of garlic on top and
Silcox of
J. L. Silcox and
talks by Mrs. A. K. Light- Society of the Methodist Kingsley Lake Church; and Russell .Lewis on May 10 when the Rev. bottom of each jar. Seal Im-
Thomas and Miss Doris will meet afternoon mediately.This
foot. Mrs church Monday
Norman of Wateroak Church. N. T. King celebrated his 89th .
about 10
address of o'clock. Cir- makes quarts.ITOOTSEY'S
Sllcox. The at three-thirty
Rev. C. A. Crosby pastor of Antioch birthday anniversary. This fine .
by Miss Number One will meet at the
the afternoon was given cle
Church questioned the can- old gentleman was in good healthat
of Jacksonville, anda of J. W. White, with LLd
Susan Adams home Mrs. BEACHMiss
didates; Rev. :J. F. Ingram of this time and enjoyed a deli-
"Is It Worth While?" White, Miss Olive Ray and
playlet. Mrs. Effle Crawford, Cor.
Kingsley Lake Church deliveredthe cious dinner with a large number
was effectively presented by mem- Miss Amelia Ray as hostesses. a !
lecture to the Churches and f\f friends. He also received several pI
bers of the New River Association Number Two will be entertained -
A crowd from this section ca
Rev. Fred Delks of Jacksonville useful gifts. large ar ,y'op
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at
by delivered the lecture to the new Mr. King was born In Georgiaon attended church at Corinth Sun-
Those attending from Starke her Kingsley Lake cottage.
deacons. Rev. Claude Bridges,
May 10. 1850. He was marriedon
were: Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Miss pastor of Springfield Baptist December 19, 1869 to Sariah day.Mr.. and Mrs. W.: H. Green and eta

Doris Silcox, Mrs. A. E. Light-G. Special Meeting TodayThe Church In Jacksonville, preachedthe Alice Rowe and they had eight family and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
loot, Mrs. V. II. Garden Mrs.
ordination sermon. children, six and two girls. Thompson and family were visitIng -
W. Alderman, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Juniors of the Forest of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklna
He has preached for 47 has
Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. W. H. Perk- Starke Grove will meet at the hall years
of Water section afternoon -
Oak Sunday
Bridge Luncheon Given served five associations, and constituted -
ins, Mrs. P. M Barefoot, Mrs. L. this afternoon (Friday) at 2:30 i

O. Powell Miss Etta Frlpp, Miss o'clock with the supervisor, Mrs. For California Visitors Churches., a number of Baptist Mrs. G. B. Johns spent part of
Fannie Silcox, Miss Geraldine Sil Florrie McKinney. All membersare
Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State last week with her son and daugh-
and Mrs. T. B. to be present.NOTICE --
cox, Harding. urged
Farm entertained at a bridge ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee .
r. luncheon on Thursday of last Fraternal Pageant: :Johns, of Live Oak -

week In honor of her daughter-in- Presented in Club HouseAn Miss Gertrude Gasklna of Water

law Mrs. Fielding Chapman of Oak section spent the week-end
interesting and informative THE TKLEGIlAril; TAKES PRIDE IN .LINOCNC' .
Los Angeles, Cat with Miss Effie Crawford.
pageant was presented to a large ING TUB FACT TILVT WE ARK NOW AGENTS FOR
A variety of spring flowers were Mr. and Mrs. Buck Wallace and
attending crowd In the auditoriumof THE REMINGTON
used In the living room where baby of Tampa and Mrs. Mae OF PORTABLE TI'EWRITKKS. -
We are glad to announce a very substantial rate reduction members of Mrs. Chapman's after- the Woman's Club Friday nightof Fountain of Jacksonville spent ; WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE; IT Is

in automobile liability insurance, this by the noon bridge club gathered. last week, under the leadershipof Manday here with Mr. and Mrs.R. FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO PL'RCIISR

way, is the most important protection an automobileowner After several progressions[ high Mrs. Vonda Inman and supported N. Crawford.Mr. YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE IN STAKRE

can carry. Don't wait until after the accident, prize, a double deck of cards, was by every religious, fraternal and Mrs. Ira Wilkerson and :FROM A HOME: CONCERN. IF YOU ARK: CON-
civic and social
patriotic organization -
please phone 146 NOW.HAROLD awarded to the honoree, who also In Bradford County. The baby of Tampa spent the week- 8IDERING Tim PURCHASE OF A NEW MUHINK;

received a guest prize of mono- of nationwide end here with her parents, Mr. WE WILL BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE; THE NEW
presentation was part a -
C. WALL AGENCY' grammed stationery. Second I observance of National Fra- and Mrs. G. B.) Johns.C. REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME:
high, a metal flower pot went to E. Crawford and Jack Johns
All Forms of Dependable Insurance ternal Week and Is sponsored by
Mrs. K. O. Duncan. were visitors in Jacksonville Mon-
the American Fraternal Congress.
Luncheon served In the
was day.
dining room at a long table cov- No admission was charged.The Miss Justine Johns of this sec- Easy Terms Available
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ered with a white cloth and centered response was immediate and tion is spending sometime in Live

with an arrangement of pink individual parts from churches

June SpecialsMEN'S I gladioli. Pink candles In crystal clubs, lodges, and the other orders CHARMING GUEST HOUSE BRADFORD COJNTYTELEGRAPH
holders graced each end of the was very good, only two or three

table, and white place cards were failing' to have a delegate present. Large Cool Rooma, Excellent

printed with the honoree's mono- Each of the delegates in a short, :Meals, Reasonable Rates
pertinent message defined the objectives -

SPORT gram.Guests Included Mrs. E. L* and purposes of their respective Mrs. W. A. Scott, 268 Chetttnut

Biggs. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss organizations Street, Ashexllle, N. C.

Lois Adkins, Mrs. J1.. W. Andrews Mrs. L. J. Green supplied at the
SHIRTS Jr., Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. K. G piano and Mrs. E. L. Williams -

i Duncan, Miss Mlna Manassa, Mrs. read from a prepared list the his-

ASSORTED COLORS D. B. White, Mrs. N. Sternbersr torical background, the present

Small Medium and Large and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews. purposes of the movement and Introduced -
.- .-- the several delegates. A FREE DELIVERY

98cBOYS' Mrs. Duncan PresidesAt flag drill was presented by a groupof S. R. Johns F
'' J y''' SPORT Club Meeting that girls was from nicely the carried Woodmen out. Circle PHONE

Mrs. K. G. Duncan, president of
SHIRTS The purpose of this program was
1l the Woman's Club, presided over to identify each of the organized

: 49c & 59c the regular business meeting held groups that are operating In this

t .., : Wednesday afternoon. May 24, In county. The pageant was used as & Sons
( BOYS' SPORT the club building. Mrs. D. P. a vehicle for development of closer 45DE
Carpenter read the minutes of the acquaintance between these

SUITS previous meeting In the absenceof groups. Through a better under- NEAR TI roI
the Clubs' secretary, Mrs. M. F. standing of the organized forcesIn
Brown. Bradford developed along reli-
Mrs. Duncan gave an InterestIng fraternal civil
MEN'S gious, patriotic or
report of the Bl-County feder- lines, they may serve more efficiently -
ation which was held in Lake GUARANTEED

SPORT SUITS $1.95 to $3.95 Butler on May 7. The assembly also serves by let- SSe
In addition to giving an accur-
ting the individual citizen, who
Sizes 29 to 40( Waist Measurement ate account of the meeting she told 24 LBS.
may or may not be a member of
of the new club building and praised -
:MEN'S COOL Pair one or more groups know whatwe
the women of Lake Butler for
have in the way of resourcesfor

SUMMER PANTS 98c to $3.95 accomplishing Mrs. T. T. Long so ,great in an a informal task. community betterment. When a Chase & Sanborn GRAPE
special field of activity for 20c
a 21c
florists talk suggested landscaping that gardeners the club invite,and group of organizations Is known COFFEE, lb. I PRESERVES, 2 Ibs.

the handling of a problem that
decorators to speak at the ensuing -
Complete Line of Friendly Shoes For MenIn
may arise of county-wide importance .
club meetings. CLEANSER ,. f\ SMARTY DOG '11
I. merely a" matter nf assignment. '
White, Black Brown. Also White and Brown and moved that each vice-
Mrs Long i-- 0
Working together concert 3 FOR FOOD 3 for
White and Black Combinations president give the annual reportfor will eliminate overlappingweak .L U{' 1
chairmen In her division. It
efforts with a resulting
was also voted to have the social
strong power to accomplish. TALL PEANUT

: GOTHAM GOLD for and the business coming meeting year, and combined have one! MILK, Can 5 C BUTTER, 2 Ibs. 20 C

1. regular executive board meeting; PINE LEVELMrs.

each month.A II. M. McRae,
STRIPESTOCKINGS motion was made and carriedto CorrespondentMost Pure Creamery 5 LBS

have the floods in the audit- 2 5 17c
torlum and sun parlor refinished of the people in this section -' ROLL BUTTER, lb. C RICE

and to have the cushions on the attended Church at Corinth i _
a furniture and on window seat Sunday.

THE NEWSHADES in the sunparlor recovered. Miss Elizabeth Crawford of JEWELL PILLSBURY

In All Sizes the Rising section was a recent LARD, lb. 9 C FLOUR, 24 Ibs. 69c
Meeting TonightThe guest of Odessa McRae.

79c to $1.00 Woodmen of the World will Hugh Haltiwanger of Jacksonville -
hold their regular meeting at the is spending this week with

THE BEST IN TOWN Woodman Hall tonight (Friday) Oliver McRae.
at 7:30: o'clock. Refreshments Misses Venice and Irene Lewisof GRITS

will be served and all membersare the Rising section spent Thurs
MEN'S NO-FADE Invited and urged to attend day night with Miss Audrey Mc-

SEE OUR Lacy Conway secretary, said Wednesday 20 15c
Dress Shirts Rae.R.. R. Crosby and II. ]M. McRae MEAL, 10 lb. C BEEF, Can.

SWIM SUITS -.- visited the bedside of Eld. W. E.

NEW UP-TO-DATE Baptist Circles To Meet Hall at hie) home near Green Cove SWEET 4LBS.

PATTERNS! The three circles of the Baptist Springs recently.Mr. 15 15c
FOR THE ENTIRE W.M. S., will meet Monday and Mrs. :J. D. Dobbs of 101bs. C BANANAS

$1.59 I FAMILY afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle Lake City were visiting Mr. and

number one will meet with Mrs. Mr. B. M. McRae Sunday alter- Northern
or Baby PATNA

SPECIAL PRICES ON OUR MEN'S AND will G. A.meet Anderson with, circle Mrs. L number A. Ren-two noon.Mrs., W. F. Harnage is visiting Lima Beans, 5 Ibs. 20 C RICE, 5 lb., 25c

BOYS' SUMMER SUITS nolda, and circle nuiaber three her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. _.
with Mrs J. D. Goodman with and ),[no B. M. KcRae. -

Trade At'Alexander's And Save Mrs R. A. Thomas as co-hostess. The Weiner Roast given at the F PEANUT SNAP f fE

Home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling 00
Satisfaction GuaranteedAlexander Births MEAL 1 45 1
Saturday night} was enjoyedby
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Powers, all present.v EE E EI

Co. Lawtey, boy May 25. Mr. and Mr*. L, E. Haltiwangerand
I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hicks, Mrs. H. :J. Haltiwanger and Peanut We are in the Market forD E
;Hay and
Starke, boy. May 16. i children all of Jacksonville, were I
I Mr. and Mra. Willard Browsing I recent guest of H. M. McRae.Remember Molasses 1 00 some small White Rooster.
B. E. HATFIELD Manager D
> Sampson City twin boys I service at 11ne I See us before selling
:May 11. Level.

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.rl! '\. .t (939! _. DKAPFOftn COCVTY TEUEGKAPn STAKKE.
nU ------ -- -- -
-- -- .- & .....E F.lrS.
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Mr. and Mrs W H. wynn ,.nil'! Miss: Vonda Inman I ;
arrive Saturday O W
small White I Miss! Ethollno R" \ and Mrs Frank Robinsonwill
'Miami son.Vllilam Andres. ,,f to spend the summer vacation I White, and 1 Olen White Jr spent Iravo Tuesday to attend the VANDER1ULTVilmn
art visiting relatives hvre with her mother. MI-H Vonda Thursday of last week In Jacksonville Methodist Conference In Tumpa :3liss. Norman, <..or.I .
Bits OLa1 I ""' |i, Inman. She Is a student at the visiting Miss Dorothy White I Miss Virginia Anderson will ac-
Torn Bun-en returned : University of Alabama.Accompanying | Miss Velma Normnn of this.
t J to his i,I who was confnled to St Vincent's company them an far us Lakeland
home here Monday after a two ,; Hospital following an operation.Rev. where section .Jaasr -returned home if-.i
I I II i she will spend a month as I
j week vacation In South Carolina. !, spending her vacation with MI .sea
the the
four Starke ,guest of Miss Edwinna Row-
, ) Nev I Mr. Scouts attending the World's FairIn and Mrs. Frank Robinson, und, and other relatives. I I, Violet and Geneva Knm 'nr
I and Gainesville.A .
,: Mrs. Flournoy B. Vln- New York aa far as Jackson Buddy Davis. Bryan Harrell, Son- I
:\ son of Valdosta, Ga.. ,' ----- I large number of folks from,
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I were guests'' ville were A. J. Thomas Mrs. ny Peek. Comer Perryman. George Mrs. J. A. Anderson and daughter ,
CONCERNING of this section attended the
) recently their aunt, Mrs. Bertha Mike Dew mrotingat !
and Grace .
Dew. Jr
Flynn. Enos
OF THE COUNTY ANT TOWN Pearce. Hayes and Sonny I Janet, returned yesterday after Corinth Church Sunday
PROGRESS I Haynes attended the Scout Courtof i a visit with Mrs. Anderson'sparents
Samuel Renfroe of this
,., Griffin section
Mrs. T. J. and Honor in Jacksonville Tuesday. .
,; John M. left I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton was visiting Euston Norman also
last Mrs. Carrie
\ to night Rttch had as guests I j In Rome, Georgia. Janet hadIIpent
spend the of Vanderbilt Tuesday
summer with friends I Sunday Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza
and Members of Circle I the past two weeks there I .
; relatives in Montclalr New Miss Number Two and Mrs. Clyde Johns.
':,i 7 Sternberg spent Tues- Mrs. W. B. Sewell has been the Jersey. I Mendoza and Gloria Johns. Clifford of W. M. S of the Methodist I and Mrs. Anderson drove .up Mon- I formerly of Vanderbilt, spent the
'\\1 i1 n iacKsonvtlle.V guest of her mother, Mrs. E. M. j Tommy Ritch. church had n covered dish I day. 1 week-end at Suit Springs Fla.

U Overstreet, in Bartow. Miss Marjorie Sue MIddleton of I eon Monday at the home lunch-I' 1I I Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Ellis of
.,. \ E: Torode spent the Jacksonville Is the guest of her Jackson, who has been and Mrs. L. A. Davis. In the Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Worthington Springs were the

,.1,\ .tnd A Tallahassee. Roswell Noegel beginning Monday grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E :I with Store Carpenter'for The Rexall Drug ernoon sewing was done for aft-j'| and daughter, Frances, of Talln- guests of her parents, Mr. and I
\! will be employed by Carpen Middleton. I the paat two years this Orphans' Home at Benson Springs. i, hRs ee, spent Thursday with Mr. Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday.Mrs. .
; Anderson; Jr.. spent Sun- ter's The Rexall Store. I with week the resigns to accept a position iI i White's mother Mrs. Noble White. Carl Sapp and little son

dlertlOOn 111 Gainesville. Mrs. Margaret HIlHary of Port-'i i Jewell-T Company. Martin Struth Is spending a I Mrs. White' and Frances are remaining I of Hellbronn Springs were visiting

----- Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White and land Ore., Is here for an t'xtf'nd./I Mrs. J. S. Johnson and son., Sid. month here with his parents.. Mr. for some time while Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman

t do Kodak Finishing, hoover :Miss Mina Manassa were recent eel visit with her sister, Mrs. Geo. | Jr., and daughter, Dorothy of and Mrs. W, H. Struth. He la a I White Is attending: to business i' and family of this section Friday

j. Studioat visitors in Mobile, Ala.E H. Inman. Plant City were guests last weekend member of the U. S. Navy and aft- 1 matters. in South Florida night.

..- of Mrs. Johnson's parents, er this leave will be on shore dutyat II I I .----
L H Hill of Lawtey was M. Davis spent the weekendin Miss Montie Hutchings \dot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. the naval air base In Pensacola. I Mrs. W. T. Jackson returned to Mr. and Mrs. O. \W White': had
,, of Mrs. A. Z. ... her home in Baconton, Ga., Sun-
blond ) Arcadia as guest of his brother Gainesville Is the guest of her '- -- as guests Monday G C Mules and

Bruce Davis, and family. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mrs. O. W. White. Miss Etholln Having many calls for first class day after spending two weeks daughter, Miss Virginia Lee Hates,
Hutchings.The Kodak have here with Mr. and Mrs. D. P of West Palm Beach. Monday
y.L. White and Walter Savage were in Finishing we equipped I
Matthews spent Tuesday, Mrs. J. D. Doyal of Jackson- Jacksonville Sunday visiting Miss ourselves for this work. firing Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. night Mr. White and Miss Carol
sad Thursday in Jack-' Rev. and Mrs. A. ) films,, Long. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, White with their guests Mr
,day ville Is the guest of her mother, K. Light- Dorothy White who Is convalescing your to be developed and
foot. Mrs. p. M. finished Mr .and Mrs. Long and Miss Joan Hates' and Miss Bates attendedthe
ik. Mrs. Fay Gill, this week. Barefoot and In St. Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. by The Hoover Urn
__ Hugh Walters spent last Friday In I Studio. I Carpenter accompanied her as far graduating exercises at the a
Jacksonville. as Madison. of Florida, in Games
businessr University
P OO struth was a Mrs. T. K. McClane has returned L. D. Green Is in Tampa
Jacksonville Thursday : to her home here after I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Paul vllle. Sherman Bates of West
to spend with her sister, Mrs. C. D. Wil F
Miss Gnrnlto llutto returned to
Mrs. W. Palm Beach was one of the graduates
George Moore
week. ing some time in of Raymond will be Interested to I
t Lexington, Ky. boro. liams. Mrs. Green was called to her home here Saturday after a .
.,' '.. know that have
Tampa on account of the illnessof they purchasedand I
two week vacation In Columbia
Virginia Alvarez agt\Mia ",Cot. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and with her niece, Mrs. E. J. Dowlingand her mother, Mrs. L. A. Dees. moved into the attractive two-
S. C. with her sister, Mian Car-
j, Edmondson spent Sgtufdaymetvule little Miss Mary Beth Knight family. :I story, yellow house across from olyn ilutto. who, together withL. Typewriter ribbons and carbon
the Intersection of Mabel and paper at the Bradford County Telegraph
In .
t spent Thursday Jacksonville.John Steve Weldon. Jr., is spending I Mrs. L. S. Hutto secretary of South Streets. M. Price, also of Columbia, accompanied .
two weeks with his all members have their dues to her home. Miss Car-
grandparents, I
Powell has returned after Mr. and Mrs. all members have their dews to olyn llutto and Mr. Price returnedto -- -
I A a week's visit in Hardeevllle, S. C., Winter Park. R. Shaffer, in her by tomorrow, Saturday, as Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds Columbia Monday.

c c COLLEGE Savannah, Ga., and Ashville, N. C. they must be sent off at that time. and Homer Johns returned Tuesday 1 j

Miss Helen from Frostproof where they Friends here of Dr. and Mrs.J. HAZARDS I'
EDUCATION Mrs. Junius Smith spent last this week In Dowling Jacksonville; is spending the Mrs. W. W. Paige and sons attended the funeral of their niece, ... Tomlinson, who are well- IIFive '.ACaD

I'i li iKlmutd ID be wonh week In West Palm Beach where guest of her cousins, Mr. and as Mrs. Billy and Martin, will spend next Mrs. Avis Mancelle, who died Saturday known former residents of Starke DISABILITY
I1SO.OOO. Thotuuiib.., of Cuuglunl > Mr. Smith Is working at present. E. E Moore. I week here with Mrs. Paige's parents of last week in a Tampa will be Interested to learn that I o8A'rHI,! I
: ,
an uniting i
'cducitkM" and Airara of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Struth. hospital. Mrs. Mancelle will be they have recently purchased IL..
ibnf children through ttu_ Quick service In Kodak FinishIng remembered here aa MIsH Avis beaultful home InLake Wales,
at Homer llros. Studio. Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. GeorgeH. Johns daughter of the late Mr. r i 'r wtci;
'i Reliance Educator Polity Inman, and Mrs. J. R. Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand and Mrs. Arthur Johns. She is where hero they have lived since leavIng The rtJ: : ; ;
many years ago.
; M-N.+...IN""II- Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis will spent several days of last week in Miss Madge Middleton spent survived by two children, her mo- home Is one of the prettiest In ".. "
IVBOLD c. WALL, Agency I spend the week-end in Apopka aa Tallahassee. and week-end Mrs. H. B.In Orlando McLcmion.with Mrs.Dr. ther and two brothers. She was Lake Wales, well planted with II.\KOIJ U.Kellaiire SVALL, \IC'lICY

ianC8 i Life Insurance Com- guests of Mr. Lewis' mother, Mrs. Matthews remained for a week's a lovely Christian character and I I ornamental shrubs and bearing life Insurance Company -
of rittsburg Lilley S. Lewis, and brother, Kirk Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane and visit. will be greatly missed by all those : citrus trees. It is situated on of IMttstiurtf
pany Lewis. family of Jacksonville spent the who knew here. Lake Front property.
week-end at Kingsley Lake, at the -- - --
Adkins place.N. O. W. White and eon, Olin Jr., Mrs. S. P, Vandlvlere and son,
I were in Lakeland the first of the ntner, are in Chapel Hill, N. C.,

TO THE PUBLIC T. Rltch who has spent the week, and were accompanied home visiting ))r Vandlvlere, who Is FOR THE BEST MEATS VISIT
past term at Emory College, at by Miss Carol White who has there taking a special course of
Oxford, Ga. spent the past term at Southern study in th, University of North

TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES SEE US home today. (Friday). College. Carolina, TIP TOP MARKET

BEFORE BUYINGTHE Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. Eva Mrs. J. H. Gill and son. Jackie I
Joe, of Monroe, North Carolina _--- -- --
[ u. s. ROYAL CORD LINE TIRES & TUBESConway's Fernandez and Mrs. Carl Jacksonare
spending two weeks vacationIng I arrived Saturday to spend this

in North Carolina. I I week Mrs. J.with M. Alvarez her parents, and, son Mr. Billy and UJmiT'RDS

Service i Station Graham. Tip Top GroceryFRIDAY
Miss Katie Fugate of Jacksonville :,,
I spent the week-end here with ;:I "
de i Florida Motor Line Buses. For. Speed. and. Comfort. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley and I I Bill Edwards arrived yesterday
- -
I Miss Virginia Fugate. 'i to spend the summer vacation AND SATURDAY SPECIALS i 1

here with his parents, Mr. and "ii I IWSTJoU I

I Mr. and Mrs. Fl. V. Turner have Mrs. W. M. Edwards. He is a I June 2nd. & 3rd., 1939

NAT SEZ: moved to St. Augustine where Mr. student at Oglethorpe Universityin : : TO BUY cows and I p- -
- --
hogs. Market prices paid on nil
Atlanta, Ga
b v Turner is connected with the State
grades. J. D. ODOM. box 247,
There Is' the fellow who has lived Road Department There. --- -- I HASTINGS POTATOES Id Ibs.l5cLAIUiK
Starke Fla. 331lyr.pFOIl
Little Sammie who
In a town all hit life; a good clean ,
0st life. Never did anything bad but spent the winter here with Mrs. I _
Mrs. S. S. Dowling returned SALETwo beautiful lots,
Miriam Kickllter and Miss Dorothy FANCY: K" ,,'" < ICLKKV OK hlu9t:
on the other hand he never did
home Sunday after spending a each fronting 105 feet by SOO
+. anything good. The epitaph on his week In Jacksonville with her sister Clare Kickllter. left last week for feet back, on Little Santa Fe
Atlanta, Ga.. to spend the summer Pineapples lOc Lettuce lOc
tomb stone "Born and Died" tolls Mrs. James Godbold. Luke directly south of my
the whole story. Then there is another with her mother.Mr. camp. Two dollars per front ,

felow, the one with the bad The Rev. J. T. Guy. of Hampton, foot. R. A. Weeks, Brooker 2tp
habits. lie drank and he gambled. and son. John Guy of Fountain, and Mrs. C. L. Stockwelland Beautiful Bananas 4 Ibs. lSc
( I daughters, of Eustis, spent FOR SALK CHEAP
Tho epitaph on his tomb stone Is N. C., attended the Methodist --- Improved ,
the some, but It's not the whole church here last Sunday.Mr. Tuesday here visiting friends. varieties Puerto Rico sweet po- -
Mtory.", He gets no credit for the They attended graduation exer- tato vines $2 J per thousand, and t'OUNTUV KOI.I- round HouseCleanser

good things he accomplished between and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews cises of the University of Floridain Missionary strawberry plants Light

drink spent the week-end In Morrlston Gainesville Monday night. $2.50 per thousand. Any amount. I Butter
--- -- I LEON DICANDIO. Rt. 2, box 27
as guests of Mr. Andrews' grandmother c
BATHING Mrs. S. V. Andrews. Miss Marjorie Stump, who spent I 254, Starke, Fla 6-20 4tp ',
S (
HANES the winter In Bunnell, where she n*
member of the faculty of
was a
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Harrod
has arrived to million Improved( variety Missionary b5 lOc
the school
and Mrs. of Red Coffee
IRTS&SHORTS and family Stogard strawberry plants, by Top ,
spend the summer with her parents -
I Jacksonville were guests Sunday
the bed or by the thousand. See
.,I of Mrs. Mike Dew and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mlllard R. Judd, Starke Florida Argo Table Peaches, No. 2 1-2 can 12'/ c

25c eachA Benson, formerly 6mo.p i
Miss Marjoric'
Mr. and Mrs, T. K. McClane noon GIMDU: HM'K: nOSE 5 I'ounrls
35c Value] will attend graduation exercisesat of Starke but now of Lakeland, FOR SALK One used, electric Giant & G
was one of the Glee Club young
for In condition.
the Florida State College refrigerator good
Women at Tallahassee Monday. ladles from the Florida State Col- Quigley and Davis, Starke. Fla. It R121
lege for Women at Tallahassee. I, - Soap
Just Arrived Let Hoover BroH. Studio make who went last week to the World's FOR SALE- 1031 I 1-2-Ton Chevrolet i
Fair In New York. While there truck, also a. White 3-ton 3 For
I a large photo from your favorite 'i With (irM- '!iry Order
MANHATTANMESH this Florida Glee Club of thirty i truck. Bodies in good shape.
: Kodak film. five voices will sing Southern I I Perfect mechanically,, See Sam 12cCountry

SHIRTS .I-Rev. W. T. McGuIre will fill his songs at the fair Miss, Benson Is '1 i I Anderson at Temple Garage., I Tip Top Coffee, Ib. 20c
6-2 2t
a graduate of the Class of 39.
Wool Trunks $1.00 regular appointment at Long-
|Cool I and Comfortable bridge Christian Church Saturday I ; Kist Yeas or Corn; 3 cans 25cIIEST :

Lastex Trunks $1.95 night, and Sunday morning and
RITE AND tm\IJt: WI..TE I'ouod Armour's
COLORS Manhattan $1.95 night.

$2.00 and $2.50 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Savage left Bacon 10c Cooking Oil 4
their winter home at Keystone

Heights Tuesday to spend the Gallon
1r -- summer months at Waterbury.
SPORT SHIRTSOf 'The Dependable Store" Est. 1894 ----
All Kinds Tip Top Tea, pkg. lOc 69c

Mrs. Lizzie Wynn and daughterof
50c & $1.00 Hampton and Mrs. Annie E. 500 MEN'S FINE WOVEN Hwn..1>J JFVEL CO\I.: fount Maxwell

tz)1) Ward of Graham spent the week- S A L E QUALITY SHIRTS

} Manhattan $1.50 end here as guests of Mrs. Florrie Lard 9c House Tea

FEATURING Fabrics Usually Found in
Glass 1-4 lb. Free
r\\ SETS
SLACK Mr. and Mrs. W L. Edwardsand

l Pants and Shirt to Match daughter. Fredrlcka. of Jacksonville $1.95 and $2.50 Shirts
Tea 1-4 lb. pkg. 23c 20c
spent part of :fist! week Lipton j jHWlrrs

ifI, For Boys __ _____ $1-98 with Struth.her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. At $1.39 to $1.75 l'ItKM1IUM Tall (JaIl Smoked 1
For Men $2.45, $3.45 and Bacon ''i'iI '
Mrs. Carrie Hitch was In Jack- Here is sale that values
a represents M-Ik 5 .
$3.95 ...
'sonville Tuesday, and waa accompanied }
1 to the city by Miss Elizabeth that can't be matched anywhere in town. I C 4cBRUOKFULI

l Lalt, who has been here for 500 shirts in all preferred summer weight I

SUMMER WASH PANTS a short visit.Friends All ) Pound GOUEN AGE Pkg.
fabrics and popular types.

$1.00, $1.49, $1.98IT be glad to of learn Mrs. H.that C.ahe Ritch U will improving forized and color fast.BROADCLOTHS. CHEESE 17c MACARONI Sc j

PAYS TO BUY AT removed Jacksonville.Col. after at St..having Vincent's her HospitalIn tonsils MADRAS, JELL-O FREEZE MIX, package 7c ,. f fA

and :Mr'. ,D. E. Knight'andtheir ;

and nelce.Charles Miss Mary Louise Beth Lanrford., and 13.. 1-2 to 20 -:Sleeves 32 to 35 CO 0 KIES, I'Ibpkg. ISc !,

Nancy Lee Knight, spent Sundayat Non-wrinkle] Collars Newest Patterns
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I _. .. .. ._u u_ - -- -- -----.-- -- ----- -- : .rl bv i.-infinite I I No. &28 of 1934. BratIfitti. '

.. .1:1: Tp. 1 8.U of NIC1 s, JR : ,, tit i 1 : 'fiit I unpaid taxes for they.iirs cery, rho ,
I itla 'o-wlt >f NW' W of I t\\: of NW of SE' 1.ulllnl ,i. C" 20 Tp. 'Il ri.iir.-
A'II H&II '"f UK1' I K "f Ity Hectlon 1 IS 13. 3 Acres. Tp. ("i 8 It 22 E :\ :.\... ; 1 I IM"! :! 't" '939, both inclusive I" I" r,''

I I 20. Township 7 .-'. ..ulli I hill g.. 21 The taKcs t', b- void) nr" % Ide.J ,..".- I Th.taxes tn l it, .,olil nr- P\ Id.Hld 7. i4 H. I" a t' ,'vld"I"- amounting in '::1.71 Id "'".". 'I 1
I i' t
- BOY I KaHl' I'nntalnlng. 2O A, n-s more or by cortlflcnt..No I 438 of 1934. by cerUfkat. Xo. 1 1063 nf I 1933. The laX'' I. ,1,1 r.1.; nr its:32: AI.HO' S".j ( 11':1. of NEVi See.Zfl'Tp rnlIcW1t15 "1 .", .
10M... and represent unpaid taxes for the and represent unpaid taxes for the .d by cirt, 11(1 Ot." :0. taxes for the S S. n.2 .. 20 Acres.The In Ura.J.,', ,, ,

The. assesHment. of the .said properly yoars I 1933 to I !>39, both Inclusive, years 1932 to 19.1i: !' both Inclusive, .and pl."nl UIII"d' both be old are evidenced wit : ', 'I, ,, !
under the .Bald. certificate Issued amounting to $ir..73. amounting to $46.29. ; year I 1131 to I II'I.. Incuov. by certificate No. B2S of 1934. and KI.J lr \1, I, ,

was In the name of It. B. Burj ALSO: NK'4 of NEW & 71% of ALSO: Lot In PeellvllJ embracing I 4mOIltnl. '10 ($NB'' Sec. 21 Tp. and represent unp/ll both taxes for the inTp. A s i I. (I."
: : prior
NEWS "' NWH' of NE'/4 Sec. U Tp. 7 S. R. NW NEU. (% of 22 IS.."80 Aries. years 1933 to 1II. Inelu.lve. 1"1 |t., 1 Ilt
S. L.
j "llniess .Raid certificate shall be S. R. 23 E.. 81 to J22.22. 1"1"1"" I
19 K.. 60 Acres.The NW% Sec. 3 Tp. S Iw sold are evident'ed amotntnJ together withal '8 p
I I redeemed according to law. the Acre The ta"e" 10 .el'Utlcatea requlr.d I tn .
sold evidenced I 556 ot 1932, 'H'- 'J. h
be are levied
therein will bemild taxes to No or on Jun. IM ,
property the described blithest bidder at the by certificate Nos. 7 and 4 of The taxes to be sold are evidenced and by
New York and the World's. Fair court to house. door on the first 1932 and 1938 respectively and represent by certificate No. 868 of 1933. years represent 1931 In 19:19.: both inclusive.atnotinting bidder wil the Court house door In Plaint win) "i .' I ''b
unpaid taxes for the year. and represent unpaid taxes for the U69.42. : 2nd. day of June by ," 'I;
day In the month of July, Mnn-I In siarke on the you; Hi-.in, ,, "
aeemed to be the predominant which Is. the 3rd. day of July. | 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amount-j I. years 1932 to 19.19, both Inclusive ALSO: NW'.4' nt NWV Sec. 2 Tp. I 1031I. at 11:00 o'clock A. M.liited ta deslgnat ", I II '.!>.,

theme at the weekly meeting paled thus 24th. day of !May. '" ALSo':6L,8,9s< amounting to $42.01. 7 N. H. 22 11.. 40 Acres.'l'he tills, the 13th., day of May. the due puin 1 ,,_.
regular S 24 embrac- evld..nc.01 '
1. 2. 4. ALSO: Lot sold are
J. Thomas. : 1. 1 I..t..vlle. I. once
(OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. I taxes 10 each ,
i J. thl.
of NW'/" 1932, .
of the Boy Scout Troop No. 70 Clerk of Circuit roiirt of Bradford Blk 18 Ward City Sec. I 8. ing NVi of NEH by No 157 of (o".ICIAL SEAL A. .1. Thomas Week ,
5-26 6t 6.23O"B H. 20 Id. Sec. 85 Tp. 5 8. I 22 E.. 6 Acres. .. c.rlrlcatE, taxes for the Court of 'on.
County Florida. and Clerk of Circuit >,
Wltneal ,
be sold are evidenced The taxes to .bld are evidenced InclUsive, 11 ,
on last Thursday evening. Four The taxes to 874 i years 1931 to 139. both County. Florida. 8-tt 3t 6.2 at < Fl\ ii, .Iftlti
and 309 and I
certificate No. 60 of Ifl32 by certificate Nos. "
have the high !% OP .. I.H flF TAX by ainotintlng to $1.1. ( 11 J I M"
boys of our troop represent unpaid taxes for the of 1932 and 1933 and : or NBH of OF"'ICIU. !
'1('A'I''':!! r"o\ectlvely. ALSO: 1dti. \
EUTI" ] ,
honor of representing not only that Waldo years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive represent unpaid the Sec. 22 Ti.| 8. It. 22 *;., 10 ""FC''I \I. MNTKH'.t XOTICK OK County (I .. ori'
Notice U hereby given
amounting to $60 37. years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, RE' ? A tiKNotice ..I"'d.'
_ Stnrke but the State of Floridaat Prlnffle has filed with me written of NEV4 of Seo. to ,". evidenced ". given that under Knight .
: amounting be sold are l Ill hereby
certificatestogether tE' SW1 to 1'rk
$8.69. taxes Attorney
the World's Fair this week request that the subsequent tax omlt- 1 AUO. 21 E., 10 Acre. ALSO: NEV HW1 N of Ry., I The certificate No. 216 <>< 1932 and In accordance with that certain r p,
uniforms with all The taxes to be sold are evidenced Sec. 19 Tp. 7 8. R. .. 88 Acres. by taxes rOI' the final decree of foreclosure and 1.11
and these with their summer tell. or levied. taxes held by the Htatebe bv certificate Nos.. 69 and 835 The taxes. to be sold are evidenced : and reIJr.M..nl ullald; both rendeFed by Hon. A. Z. Adklns.as 0..'
sold to the highest to Ineu"lv. onn.\
received a round of ap- advertised and provided by of 1924 and 1933 rp.pecUv.ly. and by certificate Nos. 337 and 1439. years 193 10 11 .al.Judge of the Circuit Court otBradtol'd 1O"U',.: 'to 0 PI'IU\IO.
J bidder for cash as unpaid taxes for the of 1927 and 1933 respectively andrepresent amounllnl 2$4.62.? Sec. 23 Tp. County Florida, In Chancery -
plaune and shouts' of ecouragemen Chapter 182118 of the 1 1937 acts of represent : ', !* 1 STATE ''w )
1923 to 39. both Inclusive unpaid taxes for the certain cause. _
______ from the other members of the "the,, ,'rll.d Legislature real ,estate upon In the the following County y..ar Inlolnln. to $!. ?. years 1926 to 13Q. both Inclusive B. H. 22 taxes E., 80,I" f-eoid are ev.dencyear in said. In Court that wherein ". pendlnl "Beasley"easiey, ,.\],,? 1 .OIIDA. '

of HWH Sec. 7 Tp. 6 amounting to liii of 1932, Corporation IB plaintiff Texas o ,
Troop. Those thus representing of Idradford, Htate of Florlda.to-wlt: IW' by certifitnte No. Mortgage : Ot I:, <.
7 .d
S. n. 21 .. Acres. ALSO: SW'i of 21 Tp. for the et al are defendants You .
Jun. Lots 0 and 24 In Woodlawn Seo.: 16 IgSe< and r.pr..enltlald taxes and W K. .0011. h'r, <.,
Scouting from this troop are be sold are evidenced S. R. 21 E., 40 ,
to undersigned
taxes inclUsive the suit
Tp. B H. K. 23 K., 20 Acre The 1931 (0 1! :!. both Case has be.-,, .' .Ut.t l''
lor Assistant Scoutmaster Life by certificate No. 119 of 193. The taxes to be sold are evidenced Master by said decree appointed cult Court ,, ]
evidenced Special
to be sold are .. to ,
The taxes ?i '
Frank Robln on. III., Jun. I by certificate Nos. 197 and 219 and represent unpaid taxes for by certificate ?'?os. 93 and 527 of .mounlln&: -.$16.84.%' /. ot SI2'4! & will sell to the highest Florida, In mui,, liradtord' \'
Scout of 1932 and 19.14 respectively and years 19.10 to 1939. both Incu.lve. 1924 and 1933 re"p..rtvely. and represent AUO t'V'4 & SEV4' of NWM4SW'A of bidder for cash In front of the Starke. Florid, l''J th,

lor Assistant Senior Patrol Leader I represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $58.68. unpaid .. the years fee. 23 TII.| S. K. 2 B., 60 South. front door of the BradfordCounty pal Corporate. -Id. k
i ALSO SEVi Sec. 7 Tp. 8 S. R. 192.1 to 1839 both Inclusive amounting t i Florida I''
Star Scout, Michael Dew; Patrol year. 1931 to 11139. both Inclusive, : Z Acre. Court house In Starke Hva TI.or ,,, "i 'lfl
i to 6625. E., 160 Acres. 10 U69.40. The'taxed to lie Hold are evidenced during the legal hours of sale Tlson, Orvlll.O. \,
Leader Life Scout Arch amnunlnl. : 25 Woodlawn Bee. The taxes to be .sold are evidenced ALSO: 6 Acres In N 1 Cor of NBHnf by certificate No. 394 of 19:12: on Monday, Jun. 6, A. 1>. 1939. the 1.,. Molti, ,' ,i k I
Thomas Jr., and Patrol Leader I 16 Tp 6 8. II. 22 W., 10 Acres.The by certificate No.taxes 120 of for 1931 the, NEVi being 8.10) ft 7 &S. S R.by 21 420 E. and represent. unpaid taxes for the following premises. situated InBradford Clara Cart:t "
I and unpaid NV Hec. 20 Tp.
represent ,
be sold evidenced f both Inclusive County to-wlt: W. Carter ,
taxes to are 1931 to 'lorlla. I h
Four other I yearn 1:9.
Leonard Smith. Jr. by certificate Nos. 194 and 622 years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive Acres I amounting to $ The SVa of the 8W% of band tleorgi h:

boys from the State one from of 1932 and 1933 respectively andrepresent amounting, to $191.20.Woodlawn Sec. The t..xe. to I be Hold are 129 evidenced and 496- ALSO: Lots :1 i. 4 of Hlk 13 L. T & Section 36. HM\louth. Range his wife B.] > U. I
Jacksonville unpaid taxes for I the ALSO: Lot 49 In by certificate Nos. 8-n of NK'4 J <>f NBVi Sec. 21 21 Kant, containing .. more also known
from I <
Jacksonville' one both j 13 Tp. 5 R n. 2 E., 10 Acres. of 1929 and 1933 respectively, andr..prell..nt (0' also The N E'/ of his Mo,.
years 11131 to liii! : Inclusive the Tp. 6 S. 22 K. or less, and N\V1 wife Am'
sold evidenced I for I -
to are taxes
and one from. Sanford The taxes unpaid evidenced 6 \
Bench be sold are also
amount Ing to I The to of Section I. known >
Town..hl\ >
'H.3t.27, 28 In Wood- bv certificate Nos.. 20ft and 589 years 1928 to 1939. both Incu".ve, No. 3U6 of 1 J4. i East 40 acres his wife L'I,
and one from St. Aug-uslne to- ALHO: LotM and i, by cerlrlil. liange 21 Jm i ,
lawn Sec. 16 Tp. 5 H. H. 22 E., ..0A..I. of 1931 and 10.13 respectively. amounUnl to $2.7. and taxes. for the more or less, all situate In Bradford Icy and hh I
Lester of taxes. for the N of River unplII
Scoutmaster represent unpaid i : 4 4
with Inclusive, I
gether At.lf' 1033 to '!'; both County Florida, together with and u. L i ,
1930 1139. both R H. 21 20 Acres.The year I
to 7
_ Jacksonville Beach Troop completed The taxes to be sold are evidenced years amounting to Inclu.lve'l I'f. taxes Tp. to he gold f' aounln& to $31.74. all land slgular the rights, members Gertrude B..., i II,

by c..rltkal. Nos. 193, 231 and < $1.11 .. evllenc'l ce'lrllles, III..ther with heredlam..nl. and appurtenances of the estat,
percentage 101 tlX
A good ALHO: NK 4 by
_ the company. 102 of and 1937 respectively NF'1 SIC. ''Id c.rllrl..a no. all omllel or In anywise ceased, and \\ ,
6 S. n. 22 E., 40 1924 and 19.13: and 'I
of the .pectveIY. .. highestbidder
the members Troop and unpaid taxes .. the however nlstrator
of represent The taxes.. to be sold are evidenced the taxes wil. i appertaining; subject 'm "n
the meeting which for the y..ar. 1V31 to ual. both In- of 1831, I' represent unpaid 11" Court house door In to a I.ao. of the turpentine Moltt. (lereut. ..1 1 ,
were present. at to by certificate No. 316 years 1923 to 19'!!!). both Inclusive, of June : ,
amounting I
du..lv. unpaid taxes for the Starke on the 9th., day privileges. of worklnr the pine timber defendants, r ,
and to 40
opened with the Scout Oath Maid tax certificates. together r"IrEH.mt amounting $l4.60. o'clock A. M. for
was 1939: at 11 ::00 thereon a
1930 to 1439 both Inclusive I I ALSO Lot 3 Woodlawn Sec. And ,
: uh
and Laws and the Pledge of Allegiance with Levied all tuxes subsequent. will be omll..d. thehighest or amnllln"years to 6352. I 82 Tp. 5 S. I 22 E.. 10 Acres.The Dated thin I the 2Uth., day of May, i ,period commenced January 1. 1936and to YOI In
ending December 1940. ,
58 In Woodlawn evidenced 1939 31. A. L>. ii
After routine I/, of Lot taxes he Bold are ThOUI1.,1 19.-19 and
to the Flag. bidder at the Court housedoor J. '
: and the In Htarke on the 9lh day ofJun. S... 19 Tp. 5 S. It. 22 E., 5 Acres. by certificate No. 279 of 1934, (OFFICIAL SHAD Court A.of.Bradford Frank LI\11'ul. As Special Master written defei,", .
received I Clerk of Circuit In
reports were The. taxes to be sold sre evlilenied and taxes for the - ... 19311 at 11:0(1: ( o'clock A. M. r"Ir..nt u"lnld Florida. 6-2 3t 0.9O'l'lCid for \ I
Scoutmaster had given a short Dated this the 20th of May by certificate Nos.. 110 and 649 of years 1933 to !!> !! both Inclusive County Knight & Knight Attorneys cr1 bed by law I 'III
day Plaintiff. 6-19 3t 6-Z e:
1928 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent judgement ,
amounting to $20.43.ALSO will
;)! ,
- talk the boys went to their Patrol (119.Ol''ICIAI. 8KAL: ) A. J. Thomas, unpaid taxes for the : VV 4 nf Lot 62 In Wood- : M.' iti.KCiitTIKM'TKM<>.' 'r ,X you by detuul tri,4fti

rooms where under the direction of Circuit Court of Bradford I years 1A27 to 1939. both Inclusive I lawn Sec. 29 Tp. 5 8. R. 22 E., 5 ; .Hln.\ 01' IM III.K'\TIOV AM Telegraph i !i

Patrol Lenders, they studied "."..."tv. .WI.hl.,. ..... 1.21 :t a..tt5O'ilCl'i amounting. to_ $23.60. _ Acres. - Notice I I. hen-1'.v! : given. I 11111.1., F.: I,' :: (''': _TO AITIJAR_ duly iiuiilli, .
of the i AI.lf: 1'0111. 6,7. I & NVfc OC Lot The taxes. to be soli. are evidenced \VIM"ln. has riii-ii' wnn ..I 'b. State .>f ""n.hl. Fannie I,. which this -in' i .i.

- various phases of Scouting. per. 16 Al Lot 49 In Woodlawn Sec. by certificate No. 272 of 1934 request that the tax certificates together Me.nii.,,n. :1:: ll... ..Street IMttnl ed once each utlve P

themselves for further and or Pt sit: OF TAX 30 Tp.. 5 K. 22 E.. 55 Acres. and represent unpaid taxes. for the with 11 .1" -"'II"11 omitted ,... .'.... Ivnnlnl I I weeks u. i I" j .,
paring rHHTIFM'ATKINotice : The taxes. to be sold are ..vld.nc..d years 19.1.1 to IPI. both Inclusive or levied l\x. held. by the State I.e | You are hereby notified that F. U. Witness I
more useful service to the com .hereby given that Brook- by certificate NOH. 149 and 83t! of amounting to advertised "ld sold, to the highest I, plaintiff has duly filed seal at StaikI mj I Ii.", .nd "

er Turpentine Company Inc.. has 11)28 and 1933 respectively, and represent ALSO: l'' Acres In K'4 of NW'of / bidder for rash an l provided byChapter I his And"r"ol bill of of. complaint against you Florida this I "' td I
\ in
munity.On filed with me written request that unpaid taxes for the y.ar SK'4 I... N 2 Acres. Sec. 32 Tp. l 2ii! ( "f the 1937 acts ot'I Kannle I... widow and II.1C. 1939. I.,.

Tuesday evening of this weekIn the tax certificates. together with 1927 to 1939, both Inclusive amountIng 6. S. H. 22 E., 6 Arres.. the Legislature" upon the following I NfVen.vnl avld (O. KUHH and Mrn. (OFFICIAL .
all subsequent omitted or levied ti> $124 19. I II The taxes. to be sold are evidenced described real .,11. In the County I'I 10bh.. Floss, and Clerk \
company with the Scoutmaster taxes held by the State he advertised ALSO: 111ot SE'4 W of Ry., I by certificate Nos. 488 and 1289 of State of Florida, to- 1"'ld as d.endant. : of ''Ii;
Al JI"adrord. I of
the following boys attended the anil sold to the highest i bidder Sec 14 K.: ..30 Acres. of 1932 and 193:1: : ,' and wit: I I hii arrlllvll r" IhE County, Florid
_ I ..pe..lv.ly. this hoe duly all I T.
In the Duval County for cash al provided, by Chapter The taxes to be sold are evidenced i represent unpaid the SMi-i": of SW Sec. 23 Tp. OS. H. 'I in case or.l.r 859 In the h..n! Circuit ried. of J'rn n k Ln" i ''m.
_ Court of Honor 1N21IG of the 1I37! acts of the Legislature by certificates No. 183 of 19.12 years 11131 : Inclusive, 20 E.. 40 Acres. ( plalntrr. .\

_ Court hous In Jacksonville; upon the following I described and represent unpaid taxes for the amounting II:$.WI."oth The taxes d> he sold are evidenced II

Davis being advanced' from real estate In the t'ounty of Bradford I years 19.11 to 19:19: both Inclusive, ALSO: ttW Sec. 2 Tp. 6 by cerUrial. No. 14 of 1931. ,
Buddy State of "Florida to-wlt: amounting to $57.83. S. It. 21 f'l. 40 Acres. and taxes for the'

1st Class to Star Scout; Comer rum, at NW Cur of Hec. 21 & nun ALSO; : WV4 of NWi/ of NF' & The taxes to be sold are evidenced yearn 1930; to 1.1.!) both Inclusive. BOREE FUNERAL HOME

from 1st Class to Star 4:15: yd*. H 440 yds. W yd.. N RW' of SKVt Sec. 1 Tp. 2 by certificate No. 115 of 1931, amounting to $ .
Ferryman 440 yds. -to pt of Beg. 36 A. Also ., Acres. and represent unpaid taxes for the ALSO: 13 A In SUV of NJ' '4 Com. Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

_ Scout; Sonny Haynes from First t'ouii. at NW Cor of Hec. 25 & Run The taxes. to be sold are evidenced years 1930 to 19.'I9: both Inclusive, at Hraneh at Cor." of Oliver land & AMBULANCE SERVICE

_ Cliiss to Star Scout and Sonny K 490 yds. H 440 yds. to pt of Beg. by certificate I 134 of 19.12, amounting to $57.43. Hun W680 ft. S to 'V. Ii. (Ireen Inml.W .
Thence 13 380 yd.. H 880 yds, W 380 and represent :taxes for the !i ALSO: Lots t. 2 or KV of Blk 40., to clullev Itranch. N. on Branchto DAY AND NIGHT
Peek from 2nd Class to First yd*. N 880 yds to the pt. of Beg. years. -1931 to Inclusive, I L. T & Co's. StihDiv.f NKVi- of Larger t I'a.h. thence up salo l1 FIIONE---53

Class. Scout Arch Thomas received 72 A. Sec. 2 Tp. 7 H. It. 20 K. 108Acres. amounting to $6.1. NE'/l Sec. 28 Tp. 6 H. R. 22 K.. branch to ""K., .... 23 '1". I 1. O. II. Mgr.
Star to I ALSO: E 10 .. NKVi of NWV4 The taxes. to be sold are evidenced 20 10., 13 Acre BENNT.
his advancement from The taxes to be sold are evidenced S.. 1 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E.. 10 Acres. by certificate NOH. 492 and 1165 The taxed to be sold are evidenced "A INSTITUTION"SPECIAL

Life Scout at a special session by certificate No. 85 of 1931 taxes to be sold are evidenced I of 1930 and 1933 ,'e.p.ctv.ly. and by <"rtirlcil. No. IS of 19111; and

before for New York. respectively and represent. unpaidtax by certificate No. 187 of 1932, represent unpaid loxel the represent unpaid taxes for the years i
Just sailing ", for the years 1930( to 1939, and represent unpaid taxes for the y..rl 1929 to liKIO.; both Inclusive, 19UO: to 1939, both Inclusive, amount-'
During the month of May five both Inclusive, amounting to $149.32. .- years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting to 8389. log to $26.28.

were held with an aver amounting to $13.49. I ALSO: (1' of NWV, of SEW Ex. ALSO: & A In St' of NEVi lying :,
meetings Raid tax cerltlclleR together with ALSO: Lots. 2, 4 of Blk S. Original N 6 A..r..... 30 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 W of ,i mile ft to a postIn
age Troop attendance of 75 percent all .uh..llu.nt omi led or Levied Town of rtark. NE4! of SW4! Baa. E., 14 Acre. branch to Place a7 Heir., Thence

10 boys having 100 percent taxea will be "0 to the higheati'idder 28 Tp 6 K. The taxes to be sold are evidenced YV 600 ft, N 700 ft. E 600 ft. thence
at the Court house door In The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 422 of 1934 along run of Branch to 13eg., where
attendance during the month. Dues Htarke on the 9th day of June. 1939 by certificate No. 407 of 1932: and represent. unpaid taxes for the post stand, S. 23 TI). 6 8. It. 20

were paid up In excellent shape at I 11:00: o'clock A. M.Hated and represent unpaid taxes. for the y..arl. 1933 to III'I1)" both Inclusive, K., 5 Acres. YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3 3S
size ( this the 201 h. day of May, years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amountlnl to $24 81. The taxes to be sold are evidenced
and the treasurer reports a I I8IIK.: amounting to $62.56. : SV4 of of SEV Sec. by certificate No. 16 of and

able fund In the treasury. A largenumber (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas ALSO: 1.01. 43, 54 In Woodlawn 34 Tp. 6 H. R. 23 HWY Acre. represent unpaid taxes for 193. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFOR

of merit badges were Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Hec. 15 Tp.. 1 S. U. 22 E.. 20 Acres The lax"l to he sold are evidenced 1930; to 1:19.: both Inclusive, amountIng -
(' fly, 31 6-1 The taxes to he sold evidenced
.. I'I""d" 1-2/ are by ('erllrleHI. Nos. 578 and 13UO to
awarded at the monthy court of by certificate No. 608 of 1933 of 19.10 and 1933: respectively and ALSO$1.8. Acres of SWI of TO PAYSmith's

revl w and the above advancements onniit: nr rrm.icTIOAMI and represent unpaid ta"el for the i represent unpaid taxes for the NW',4 Hec.I 2 1'1. 6 S. 11. 20 E., 15
:! %orirtTO AIMMOAIIThe 19:12: to I930.: both
years years 1929 to 1939 !'. both Incl..lve. Acre
were enrned. Mn.. nt. Klorliln. to Cor Kdnril am.nlnK to $12.18. Inu.lve'l amounting to $44.66. The taxes to he sold are "
... "'t. ( Inrtoii. < tiiiul y.oi.eiYou otl 1. 2, 3, 4. 6 A 1.11: N1SH of NVV 14 Sec. 3 Tp. 1H. ed by certificate No. 21 of ."ll'I"-.
The summer program of Troop are notified hat l Mary Md- I.. 'r & Co's Add. to Starke, S. E.. 40 Acres. represent unpaid taxes for i the Garag

70 Include many local activitiesfor i ward an plaintiff IIIIH duly filed of NK'4' Sec. 2 TI). 6 S. 11. 22 InVI I The taxes to be sold nre evidenced tears 1930 to 1939 both I Inclusive,
of a her bill of complaint for divorceigalnst The taxes be sold are evidenced by certificate, Nos. 598 and 1358 amounting to $32.37. I
the members not only I you Coy JdwI'd.: as by certificate No. I 111)2) of 1933.: of in.10 and 10.13 respectively an.1I'"r"enl : 8Wi! of NV'8 :'II Ti

recreational nature but of direct 'endant, and that for d"-I and represent unpaid taxes for the unpaid taX"1 for the 5 '\.11. 21 40 Acres.The .

tiervlcc. A mosquito issuance of this order has been years 11)33) to 1939 both Inclusive years 192!) to 1939: both Inclusive, I taxes'to be sold are evidenced
community filed nil In Circuit Court of Urld. amounting to $123.30.ALSO amounting to by certificate No. 294 of I !1:14; ,
control unit under the authorization 'ord County "'Iorlla. In ('halc..ry. I ( I: Lot 7 of Ilk 6 L. T & To's ALSO: NI'J.' of SWVi Sec. ,I and represent unpaid taxes for the

of the City Council has been ('ase No. 863 ; ald you Coy ]d- Add. to Htarke In W/j of NEU Hec. : ",J. 7 S.NI'V E., Acres.Tbe years Iii2! : to 19.W. both Ini'hixlv".,
wards. are hereby r.'lul..1 to 11)1''ll' 28 Tp. 6 H. U. 22 13. taxes. to be .sold are evidenced I I amounting to 5247.
established and will begin actual I In said cause JUI' 26th The taxes to be sold nr" evidenced by certificate NOB. 600 and 1359 ALSO: Lut 51 In Woodluwn Sec. )1:1Tp. :

work about the middle! of June 111311.'' !' otherwise, the al"lllon. of hy certificate No. 1103 of 1933 of 1930 and 1933 respectively, B S. It. K., 10 Acres.

said bill nf complaint II k..11 and represent unpaid taxes for the : represent unpaid taxes for i ThE taxes to be sold are evidenced -
thus helping make our communitya "nr..d by you; Bradford y.arl 1932 to 1939, both Inclusive 'years. 1929 to 1939 both ..an"1 by certificate NOB. 203 and 686of

better plaice In which to live. (ounty Telegraph Is .1..I"n"t..d .an ,, amounting to $22.HI. amnuntnl to $34.19. 1U31: and 1933: respectively utuilu'epi'uaent

In the 4th of July I Ih. duly qualified I I ne..Ill'.r for ALSO: Lot 5 of Blk 5 L. T A Co's AII0: : Acres In NW Cor of unpaid taxes for the ,
Participation the publication of I once Add to Starke, In Wt. of NNHec.\ of ',. SetS 4 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E., years 1C10!': to 19S9 both Inclusive,
celebration In honor of the Farm, each week for four consecutiveweeks. 28 Tp. 6 H. H. 22 E. 2 Acre. amounting to 3609.

ers' Market is anticipated. As The t..xe. to be aol are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evhl.n.' ALSO' Lots g, 8. 9 In Peetsvllle
Witness my hand and official seal by certificate 409. 1104 and ed by certificate Nos. 607 and 1.170 embracing of NK'i & NR> ofNVV'

nearly 100 percent attendance an at Stark... Florida, this May 23, :,174 of 1939 1933 and 1934 respec of 1930 and 1933 respectively' and ,, S,'". NI: ; Ti". 5 S. K. 22 E. I 12 I

possible In expected for the at- 139. lvely. and represent unpaid taxes represent. unpaid taxes for the Acres.'t'tt'.
: ','\) A. .J. Thomas, Clerk of years 1929 to 1939, both In )'e"r. 1929 to 1939.: both 'Inlve.1 I 'taxes to he sold are evidenced .
tendance nt the Greater Jachsonvllln (''< Court 11'I1tul..I County, lu"lv. .amounting to $51.41. amounting to $25.38.A15iftl I by l'erllrl".ll. No. 866 of 13JJ: I i

Council Camp during the iitai. Alt(: HV4 of N'Xi of Nid'N14J: : 11.:1.: nf SWVi (If SEV4 Sec. ant represent unpaid taxes for the
Knight & Knight, Attorneys for of NKH less 1 Acre forChurch 4 Tp. 7 22 E.. 10 Acres. '" I 1932 to I :| both Inclusive I
I .
week of July 6th Is being planned.The rinintirr. 5.21 H t.8.1t; Hec. 1 Tp 6 N R. 21 It, 79 _..The, taxes, _be.sold ore__ evldenceu amounting_ _to $III. I _____ _s -

actual construction of the .. reM. uy cenmcaie ", ICU anti LJUS ,I ALHU: NKH of NK4! of SW',4 Sec
local troop headquarters at the I NO"run OK ,\...-\ 0. TAX The taxes. to be sold are evidenced of 1931: and 1933 I'e.peclv..ly. and I 22 Tp. 8 a. U. 22 E., 10 Acres. .

('..: .'" ':" hy certificate No. 887 of 1930, r."r"sEnt unpaid the I The taxes to be sold are evldenc'XT -
Clay Pit and adjoining propertyof I Notice I la hereby n'r''I' that T.. J.I I and represent unpaid taxes for the y..arl : to t39. both inclusive.ixnouuntlng *.! certificate No. 306 and 1030)
1".n 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive to $ of
years 19a! and 1933
L. A. Davis U expected to get 2.19. I and
Alderman has filed h me written amounting to $154.82. ALSO: Lot 4 Il. L. T & represent unpaid re"p."lv..ly.

under way during the month of request that the tax certificates LSO: Lot 3 of Ilk 17. Sampson Co's Slib-IUv of NKV of NE'/i' Sec..1 I 1010! : to 19-19 both la"e. amount years
together with all loh."uent"ml..r City Sec. 4 Tp. 8. I 21 R. 28 Tp. 6 8. It. 22 E. lug to In.lu..lv. -
or levied taxes )held by the The taxes to be .. .are evld..n. The. taxes to. be sold are ehl..n.i i $3.8.Af.HO: 6, 7

Scouting Is beginning to moreanti Hllh. n.lv..I.I..d and sold to the ed bv ....rtU..al. Nos. 127 and 150 ed by certificate No". 303 and 1139 ', Truhy. Si ('0'or" Tilk Addition IS LlvIngston to-

touch the actual conditions hl\h..t Ihlder cash ni provided of 19.12 and of 1929 and 1833 respectively and 'i In of NJ' ,
more !> of the 11)37) acts represent unpaid r..I.rtvply. the represent. unpaid taxes for the I'l 8 8rif' 22 WI : 'S*. 28 Tp
that exist In our community of the Legislature.. .. UIOI the In following the- years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, years 192S to 1939.; both Inclusive I I i "h. taxes to be sold are evident 'j.
and is Increasingly' showing a d..rlh. am.un'lll' $35.74. amounting to $17.99. I 1 eti I'i" '-erliricute Noa. 475 and I Ill
County of- II'n.tord. (State of Florida I..t 2 nf Blk II. L. T & Co'sHiiblilv. ALSO: Com. at a pt. 17'i' chn of 1930 and li>33 .
community spirit and cooperation to-wlt: i ., of NKV4 of NE'i' Heu. 28 of SK 'or of NKV4' & Run W represent unpaid 'e..peclvely. anti

that will benefit not only the boys I W 75 ft of Lot 8 of Hlk 4 TP 8 8. U. 23 K. yds, N !>16 )'d., K 131 yds S 111 years 1929! to : both: the
of Lawtey W of lly.. Set23 .wll The taxes to be sold are yds, to 511 1:19. In..lul ve.
Tp. II.
.vld..nr- b"l. amounting I to .
themselves but our community asa I H.- Il II M. 5.1 hv ...rtitin..I. N". 157 n..1 ', I.: U A. l.c. 3 t i. ... _

whole. Your earnest cooperative -I Th''a".; to be .old are evidenced of 30H.i 19.13 'j'I'J;" u'The taxes to be aot are evidenced I. .ou.to; IMK Starke:, a;.W a. .\ath"wl A.t.lltun p J
ate No. 230 and 684 of lt St.
efforts In this fine unpaid by certificate No. 281 and 1329 ur 9Ih.. $t.. In .
'Vh Sc
1931 and 193:1: respectively antirepresent
years 1929 to 1939, both ot 1927 and 21
i and 'i'i" II R. n. 22 "J.I .
Inclu.le. 1133 r..p..lvely.
unpaid taxes for the
organization is requested and to $80.84 represent
I ( the The
.mou"tnM t4e. I taxes to be sold ,
Y"lr. 19.10 to 1939! both Inclusive, : 3.4 of WIt of NE'l of yeara 1926 19.19. both are 'vII..n
Interested In boys. In 1.10 r II..hnlv., ed by No. 1174 .
everyone "I'lltl.U.
to $84.13. NE' 2 Tp. 5 it. ,
Il"nlnllnr U. K., 15 amounting to $60.60. and SI
Scouting, and In our community I Arlo NWVt of Nl-.i of SSVt'et' Act'.',.t..c. 3 ALSO: SKV4 of 8WVi Sec. 3 Tp. 7 represent. unpaid 11".a foi the
6 S. R. 21 K. 10 Acres. Y..al'l 1932 tn 191.: both Inelu81" ,,.
to tlOOST' 1 The taxes to he sold are evidenced S. R. 22 E. 40 Acres.The .
are requested help UM tn U33.80.
taxes to be sold strut evidenced InUuntng I
by No. 261 of taxes e
sold are evidenced II
<.rtrl..ale ; Sid of
SCOUT!NO. by certificate Nos. 253 and 946of and rel'r..nt taxes for 193. by certificate.Nos. 234 and 1365 7 ALlo. 22 1.5..h 40 IIJII 8ee. 17 'i'p
IU29 and 193.1 andrepresent
+ re.I"clvely. 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive of 1924 and 1933
---- -- y."r. respectively, and The taxes to be sola S.
are evld
unpaid t.It.: the to $32.19! represent en.
taxes .1
for the '
IUI'Um.\UL.: !SITI'ATIOV years 1928 to 193!), both Inclusive Imonllnl AIln: of Blk 1 S. n. !3 R & years 192.1 unpid: both Inclusive, of .'aX,06-1111"-. 19:13:* No" 415 and 1 1431

During the past few weeks n amounting to $30.24. portion of Blk 3 5. n. 4 to respectively and V
ALSO NRi': of NIL of E 1. amounlnl UOI4. represent taxes for
: ; lies In SWt; of unlol,1 the
NFl NWV1 N S of NW Cor
strenuous effort has been made HO ft of N\Vt4 of NKV, of :',, Sec ft of NKV of Blk 2 S. R. &K. "f NKV 1.10 of Beg. &. Run S 3 chns., rm4"nVn3g:; fl.T.-T.both Inclusive I

on the part of a group of county j I Ieommls14lonerpoI1Uclllns i 2 Tp. A S. U. 22 K.. It Acres.The All that portion of NKV, of:Blk 1 B 10 chns.. NW', chns.. W 10 chns., : to sr < I I i

who dl-j .taxes to bE sold are ."hl.nr.d S of n 2 K.. N of half Se,.. Line : to leI. Ie.V 1 A., 2 Acres. Sec. *i-fr.0i; KVf 22 E.: 20'A Nvt. Sc
427 ..
by and I 1031
.lfl'"I. No. All that portion of Blk 3 S nf R. S H. 11. 22 E., 2 Acres. .
rect the affairs of the Association' of 19:10: ) respectively, and ..1. K.. lying N of Half $.'. Line In The taxes to he sold are evidenced hv lax.. to be sold. are ,''II..n., 4 8 i I *

of County Commissioners of Florida I' relr..nt unpaid taxes for the .11.1.. Snb-niv.. Sec 22 Tp. 6 .8. by certificate Nos 257 and 139S .0 1932 .rllfllat.1934 Nos. 655 and 484
y"Ir. to I IV39. both Inclusive, I 22 K.. 11 A.r..l. of 1920 and 1933 and I'ellpectvely. and
to dump their county rondo, amounting to Ho.Bsi.ALSO The. taxes are represent unpaid re.pectv.ly. the I r.lr..nt unpaid the S I
Lots of Illk 41 L .01 .vl.n. years 193t to 193 both 'I
1. T ACo's
: ed hy certificate inclusIve
1019 1919
thousands In number. over on the' 133. y.ar. to 1939. both Inclusive sm"uinting 10 $48 64.
j .
I Sub-HIv of NKV of Nr3(4( 1." and unpaid taxes for amounting to
State Road Department and require :28 Tp 6 14, II. 22 E. years r..I'r..nt 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive. I'HO: $3.29. of AI.IO: 1l.: of NW% of S\V14 S.,
HKU Less i 7
The. taxes. to hn sold WI ** 22 l:". 10
it to pay for all construction nrE .vh.n. nm"un'lnM to $41.09. rid. Way ". 24 Tp. 7 N.li. I The taxes to be sold Acre.
ed l i .
by Nos. A. In 91 Oor GROUP BPICXI
.rltllRtE of : of K., A-PICK
17V4 ed < 2
and maintenance from the beginning of ttll! : r."I't'etv..ly. and N\\'i' Sec. 2 Tp. \ S. n 1.1.:.. 7 a taxes. to A.ua be ore evidenc I, of l.y 1931 certificate and 1933 Nos. 4JI and 156 CROUP
unpaid the Acres.The. respectively'
and sweeten the drug with r.lr..nl by certificate No. 152 of 19.12,1
I represent
years 1931 to 193A, both unpaid taxes for'th.
hclullvE taxes to be sold and .
five per cent interest. I, amounting to $32.7.1. ed by certificate No.. 315 nre pvll.nr. I'I I years r"I'I'e8elt 1831 to 1939.unpaid botl tuxes Inclusive for the., < amountlf.g yeltu" I l"io to 1939 both In..luov".1 D American Boy ... .8 I Am.run Poultry lou"',
Compared to this proposal any ALSO: Lots i, 3 of Illk 41 1.. '1'a of 1931 and 1933 respectively. and amounting to t" U4..1 American Cirl mol I '"
$48.05. ".t.U: 3 ,8 D Breeder' Ci" 1
thing that Captain Kldd. Gaspalrlllu Se.2 Cn's Tp.Sub-niV 6 n.of 22 NK't K. MSii represent unpaid taxes for the r A 1.0'1 that certain piece of'.' l'f NWI, .f Alrel (Run. at S'V Inr Christian Herald.. ..6 mol| R i I
I. years 1910( to 1139. both land of SWVi of N HFh & 12 631) ft. I .... mol 0 Clonrlef Alerln'l
inclusive SEV 210
Sam Inaull' did Is'' The taxes be sold are evldenct &II ft. 'v' 210 tt Home ArM-Nsedlocraft .2
or ever .
.,. amounting to $26 46. SKV: of SKI, Sec. 24 Bounded by I H.... :::0 TI 1 C C. 1 to yr* 0 Farm JOlr.alf'nr .
stuff. by certl No s.493Sn* d <\T.S >: of lllk 7 nr Tots *. Llnnle Williams B. E. 3 D Ho. .holJ Magazine 2yrt. ,
ewlng circle -Winter Fork ed by certificate No 435 and lit ,.. T. .i. N' l.n.'. N by "'uci The lax.l to he sold H're BeK"j .. 0 Good ?' : l
R. of I I eviiof
i onl l '
& S CD
[ of NEVi hy H. II. & Magazine; ... 1
NII* West by I Iy CircU .
of .d certificate Nos McCal' yr. D Home
Herald. I IimO.NC'IUTIS 1932 and 1 *3) re.pectlv..lv. and Hec. 28 Tp. 6 22 land 71 I 68S anti t54 .. "
1. I. Myers IS Acres Sec. 24 Tp. 111.12! and 193 D Romance .1 l lD
... Friend
represent unpaid taxes for the The taxes: sold are evldene. i S. R. 21 K. ig respectively and yr. 0 Home .1
yearn 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, ".1 No". Acre. r.lr..nt unpaid taxes I D Open Road ( 1 MajW" ,I'
"* The yr. ..
Vr"f.lc"t" and 1136of taxes Boys .
to .
are evidenced ..
: DEATHS 1)1101'Deaths to 1 !> Inclusive
to $2603. year. 59.
1931 19.11 I both O Parent Artj-NetdlM"
"ounlln. and respectively and by No. 154 of 6 I Horn ,
19.12. *
: 4 of Bile U L T & c..rltl..ae to U7.4S. ... .
from bronchitis In the represent unpaid for and amnuntll D Pathfinder,
the )
taxes Iwtckly
1 World
the .
Cn's Suo-TMv of NKV, of aNeo.. years 1930 to 19.19. .. "np.hl : ;'V\ ot 8121 Br. 3 .. yr. 0 Leghorn ,
United States! have decreased 93 :3< 8 : Inclusive, years 1931 to 19.19. both Inclusive, In (' Acre o Farmer ..
Tp. 8. R. Z3 K. amounting to $34 08. amounting to IW 3 Tp. 7 N. Proc.ai. ...4yr" 0 Nat'l Liv. Stock/wj"
The taxes to b. are evidenced ALSO: Lots 'U.9. 31 Acres. I 2 J o Rom''tic .....1 Rock Of"lu "::.1 z
percent since J JNOTH'K hv certificate 010. 497 and 1167 Hampton 1. 1 of Blk 14 In AJr?' uwi, WVi F.x. 1.8 A., The taxes to b. sold D Screen Stor .. yr. 0| Plymouth .
Sec. 7 8. f 23 E In NK Cur A 1.48 A.. In 8W Cor. of I cii hy are evident'_ lok ... .1 yf. ProgressvI '"""I'l. .1
of 1930 and 193 respectively andr"lr..nt The taxes certIficate No,. ... ."*
to be .
sold are vi'ieic NViq or SXVt' Sec- Tp. 7 of 817 and 1562 D Silver Screen .. .I Wand R.d /
\.U.\T.O\; FUlt taxes for theyears > 1 s' u"J5 1930 and 1933 .. ... yr. 3 Rhode ;
TAX IIKK.I: unpal ?!M y t'ertiflcate' Nos. 423 and 478 of -' 40 Acre.. represent rupectv..ly. and o Agriculturist AgrclltSTI8, "
I UU! ", both Inclusive and 1934 unpaid South.r. ...,,4yr. DSo.th.rs :.:.1
respectively th.
(.nal. Hill :>... Kll and re. taxes to be are y..ar. 1929 o
amounting to $17.73. .010 eYld.nl to : Coiifeuioa F.rsiMg; "
NOTICtt; IH IIKKKUY: ,: OIVKN. ALSO: Lot s of Blk 4* T. T A Co's years pr..nt 1930 unpaid to 1919.taxes both for the ed and by certificate 533 19:12: amountIng to '1:19.5.(2 both Incu.lve. a Tne Woman. wMid\iji::::::;: w H Su< "1 wVru .....:.1
of taxes for
That Foster Shi Smllli holder Sub-Dlv. of NEU of NKV4 Sec. I) to Incu"lve. unpaid the 1,1.80: NWl4! of BW% Sat Woaa'
Tax Certificate No. I7,. Issued the : amnlnln. $1133. 1931 to 19.19, both Inclusive S s. 2 Tp.
I Tp 6 a It. 13. : y.ar .. n U ) Acres.
znd. day of Heptvmhrr / I>. I U5. The taMes : b. are evldeneed I : Aft S.'l1 .O:3S: 5."ItA NE4 Set' amounting to $73.63. ".. to t sold are _
has filed same in my office and h... br certificate .010. 49! and 11811 !The. taxes to b. sold' .. ALSO All SEH of SEH E of Ry., ed by certificate No. 524 .vld.nc
made application for a lax: deed to < of 1931 and UU: : andrepresent ed by No. are .vtdpn. 4 Acre set, 1 Tp. 7 t R. 22 B., anti represent unpaid taxes of 19H.
.p..lv.ly. .rtlflcat. 1041 .. for the
be Issued thereon. I 1MJ years 1933
unpaid the and to 1939. BRADFORD
Said certificate embraces the following years mo; to ilit9.: both Inclusive years represent im to unpaid both taxes for the The. taxes to be sold are evidenced mounting to $3*.7$. inclusive. COUNTY TEEGI

described property In the// amou"Unr ti> $15.94. I to $1-3.. In< .IT.. by certificate No. 834 of 132and ALSO: SWIri of SWt. of NW

County of Bradford out of Flor- : A. In 8W Cor. of Sv aO"untlnl. 100 .of N 141 represent unpaid taxes for theyears Sec IS Tp. g a. }t. Z2 E. 10 .
of Acres
1. t W14 1931 to 1 1D. bath inclusive The taxes to be sold are .vtd enc- STARKE


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ULi2 DURING PAST YEAR With The Lawmakers i i OF 1939 SESSION MONDAY i :Mrs II. II. Lewis 'orr""llOnd'nl Miss Adit Nlnuno, Correspondent

.- -.... ... .. ..... .. .... I Mr. and Mrs Grover Moore ancsons. Miss Mary Lou Rogers of lark!
I .
By Gilbert D. Leach I Tnllahassee.- Florida Logic; i Legislative/ action as completed
i I: Florida News Service ( Iature had few days left Monday; by the House on a measure mak- Bryant and Buford, of Ft aonvtlle mother U Mrs the Thomas guest of her grand: -

1 And this is the time those Le In which to arrange financing of Ing the State. Milk Control Board Myers were visiting relatives here Dynl .
: Mrs. Mattie A. Ward of 'I, uijihnssee ,
I aviators who promised the vote at the State's government operation a price fixing agency-permanent. !. the first of the week after taking Is spending a few .lays
t they would give them fur the next two years their vacation In the
everything The Senate joined the House Ir I I mountain* with Miss! Ada Nlmmo.
i hey wanted but wouldn't !mare t' The House passed and sent tt submitting to the voters In the No I, of the Carolinas and Tennessee.

their taxes came mighty nea.I' the Senate an appropriations bll vember. 1940 general election t a I IPI'opost'd Mr and Mrs. H. P. Fonts and Mrs Josephine Sullivan who
; has been the guest of her 'son,
for the of $10.- amf'nd-I
'carrying out their calling expenditure constitutional
,7 : promises. daughter. Audrey, and Mrs. Alice
Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa
Right to the 0:'>.940.10 for general functions.. ment increasing the number ot
up week of I CroHby of Lakeland were visitingMr. has returned to her home here
the session! nobody's taxes I had The House passed the approprl Supreme Court Justices from six: and Mrs. H. H. Lewis recently.

: Ie been increased but appropriatl attons bill In four hoursupping to seven. I i Mrs Jack Edwards and little Mrs Idelln Priest attended
I the annual for services at the Melrose
bills general!, and specific, had promised expenditures general The bill which would authorize 1; son, Wayne, were visiting her par preaching
Church there last Sunday
operations $1, Baptist
governmental by
many millions of new diiirs < State citrus marketing agreementsto ents" Mr. and Mrs Walter Under- I
9 to various Interests. I 904.179.38.: govern shipments met death in : bill Sunday. I i I morning and night.
A Senate committee has proposed C. L. has moved his family
the Senate after passing the
About the time you read this Mrs Ralford Alvarez and Mrs.
general expenditures ot) and general store to his new build-
the members will be In the thro House. I BUll Alvarez" were visiting Mr. and
about $9,000,000 a year. Main Street. He has add-
of those awful pains which pr Two new grounds for Mrs. Paul Underhill recently.Mr. ing on
After the House passed its measure divorce-I ed more furniture and equipmentto
I cede the bringing into being of anew habitual use of narcotics and Mrs Wesley Hersey and
Speaker Wood predicted a I the store and will increase his
life. And an entire State vlctlon of a ft'lony-were added by i little sons Leon and Marvin of
I $12,000,000 deficit in the State I stock of goods within a few days,
stands around the couch awaiting the House to the nine Already in I Jacksonville were visiting Mr. anti
the event. Whatever It Is, It wUI treasury and asked the cooperation force. II Mrs. W. C. Conner Thursday and : he announces t

I not be a blessed event, but the: of the State administrationand The House approved the licensing were! accompanied home by Mrs. I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan Is preparingto
citizens\ in working out a solution :
addition to her residence -
I I Legislators themselves dread It of automobile drivers finance M. J. Fonts, who will spend! a build an

... .... .. ..... ....... .---......-.-.... .-. !, most of all.I Both to Houses the "tragic approved situation.Increases a State highway patrol and few days with them. on Church Street.
i bill to the Senate.A I Mrs. N. C. Mott and little son,
still haven't change my mind In the State school grant of $1- sent the zIFFJohanle
above) scene shows CCC boys using modem forest fire fight. about the solution transact 400,000 a year-making the total codification of the many Marchel. of Brooker were visiting
the Florida National Forests. It is equipment and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis last Ixl l Car
I aratui r lax but I hope I'll look foolish about $13,000.000 annually. school laws was approved by the !

action ''ha keeps forest fire damage to a minimum In Florida, when this gets in print. Anyway, Governor Cone and cabinet Senate which also agreed to the week

nben lJeloW a few more days and the agony members suggested that in view new criminal code proposed by the R. R. Crosby and H. M. McUao Church services wore conductedat

will be over. of the financial situation they be Florida Bar Association but dif were visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Little Rock Church Saturday sand

fctal )f <3 711 acrea of Brad- ported, burning an average of 3.2 In these closing days or a hectic given authority to spend available fered with the House on some pro- Hall( of Green Cove Springs Wednesday. Sunday by the pastor RPV l

tounty privately owned acres each. Damage was estimated session it Is well to look back funds only for necessary govern- visions. Herman Moody, of LaCrosse and
came under to be $140,308 or $40.60 Rider: of Lake City
Bands seemly per and congratulate ourselves upon mental operations should a short- Both Houses agreed on liquor Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner Stanley
lion 3t the Florida Forest the better feeling that has existed sales .. with Miss Hazel Thomas, who ban
fire.Lightning age develop. laws prohibiting curb service spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
and two modern was responsible for 2 been in Jacksonville for sometime
krk Service between the Press and the Legislature -
Some senators said the suggestion and the sole of bottled goods at Felix Sapp/ of Gum Branch
wen 'connected by tele- 1-2 per cent of the fires that occurred this session. There tbeen meant the cabinet wanted to clubs. tit home this week.
The friends of Lucile
Fwcre lonstructed to maln- 97 1-2 percent being man less "sniping" on the part ofI If many Arch Mann and Gradey Mann
I withhold school appropriations The House passed a measure to Crosby are glad to see her out
jvigilani. lookout against the caused for one reason or another.I the Press of Florida and less and A. Z. Padgett spent SundayIn
the deficit became acute, but State commission again after operation.We .
I set a State parole an appendix
fire, up Gainesville.
fires those deliberately
greatest' enemy Incendiary or "slipping in" legislation on the
of Public Instruction -
Superintendent under laws to that Mrs.
glad report
which would
operate of Jacksonville
Bradford County set, amounted to 72 1-2 Miss Ruby Shaw
work m per part of lawyer-members of the
CoHn English said it was not slmlllar the Federal statutes, R. M. Crosby Is Improving aftera
to of this week
cent of total pent several days
ach owner paying the number, burned than Bessie
orted by Legislature at any I
the cabinet's Intention.The serious Illness.\
bill to
the Senate altered the very
but Shaw
for all his 80 cent of the burned, with her father Henry
rent per acre per acreage we .remember. There has been I
House adopted a proposed make Its operation conditional on Mrs. W. A. Lewis is visiting herioninw Miss Hattie Prevatt and childre .
nder protection. By this and did 76 percent of the damage. some of both, but very little. And constitutional amendment which
the adoption of a constitutionalamendment and daughter. Mr. anddrs of Lonitwood was visiting
kept within Of the accidental fires, careless \
losses are and the
fire the State, the Legislature and
authorize the speaker
would which has been adopt, Grover Moore of Ft. Myers.Mrs. Friends here thin week
smokers accounted for 5.24
|mum per Press have benefited. Mr. Hoof to call
of the Senate
losses over the state were Miami, introduced a resolution the president session ed by neither branch Luther Harrcll/ of Brooker J. W Lewis spent several days

i *85 percent during 1938 cent.The acreage lost is consistent In the House praising the Pre the special written legislative request of three-fifths upon ; Children no longer will be required *pent several days last week wither it last week In Jacksonville with

4,927 238 acres of privatender with, the record of past years, be- In not only flattering, but Intel of the members to support their parents if parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. his son and daughter-in-law. Mr
The bettered in 1936 when Governor Cone approves repeal Crosby. I nil Mrs R. W. Lt'wllt.r .
fire protection. ing only gent terms and it met! with aI Representative Outman of Pinel- I
| acreage burned was 11,985 losses were held to 2.2 per cent. I vociferous reception on the part las said the amendment which 'ot a 63-year-old law. Legislators !
Figures/ Just released by Lands not under protection are I, Df the Representatives. goes now to the Senate would bea Raid enactment of the bill wouldfacilitate

t>ncla Forest and Park Serv- normally burned over about 75 With three sessions a day I In safeguard against "emergencies Investigation of applications '

hw thaI :1.456 fires were renks per cent annually. I I both Senate and House nobody i Is I which many of us foraee at the for old age pensions. i
I measure requiring
time for much whoopee time.'* The House passed
having present
Mrs. Prevattre INMAN ASKS and If they had time they wouldn The House killed a plan for recessing tourists whose children attend -

-- -. HIGHER PAY have the Inclination. It's a "worut" the Legislature Wednesdaynight the Sf ate's schools to buy

( very human, and litdy bunch. Only a few young and saving the final three Florida license tags for their auto

I else we really apprecl fellows like Uncle Joe People days of the biennial session until mobiles. FACTSFAVOR
[ pat )ii the back from our Representative George Inman i ot still have their splzzerlnctun I next December to consider recommendations Roth Senate and House overrode

.' now and then. For in- Bradford last week introduced In Puller Warren hasn't lost his pep, of a special commission Governor Cone'tt veto of an act to

| what Mrs Prevatt told us the House a memorial to Congress wen if he did slip off and get which would have been named prevent collection of higher chain

leI dayR petitioning that body to enact married to his law partner to study the State's real estate store taxes when payment on a
the week-end, and every one tax lower basis ha been accepted for
M Prevatt lives near wer system.
legislation to increase the
.1 and flap been taking the proper In a while he adds a little zest to Pending Is a substitute proposal two years.A .
[nph since 1912--27 years I iiiaturday wage scale of Works Progress Administration I the proceedings mixing hors calling for a commission to report Senate measure creating police -

she dropped by the workers in this State tense and humor In homeopath) I on the subject In October and civil service systems in towns

and entered a subscription "This memorial," Inman stated. loses. Senator Mapoles Isn't t a8 asking the Governor to call a it more than 4.50O) population was

ate Prevattthat's her solID "is designed to bring about an Increase fun of fight as he was earlier In I special session should the recommendations II defeated In the House by Indefinite -

very ill with tuberculosis i the session and the galleries miss warrant. postponement
Florida Tuberculosis Sanlin in the wage scale of the his homely but adroit quips. Senator -

Orlando.s WPA workers in the lower bract Stuart Gillis, urbane as whe Higher Ad Valorem would really amount to the to.schools This If collect mon; F 0 M I*

been reading it every sine ets. This legislation would affec I the: session started, continues I to go win.
Taxes Proposed ed and those school officials
en a little boy," she sale sewing room workers, common; rise and set the Senators right The on have bitterly complained of the InJury -

entering the subscription, laborers, and general projec parliamentary procedure.tell both I Tallahassee. An Increase of the the Murphy Act did them
lie wants to send it to bin strain Is beginning to on
us workers. The being In Stat BUI 338!
pittance now Senate
; Butler of the about $400.000 a year will find! that
I We all President
enjoy paid to these workers is not adequate Pierce Woo (I taxes on real estate was proposed smacks them again In the slime
Senate and Speaker
han other we'viJad
my paper
to meet the needs for food, ot the House. Both call for call I Monday by the House Flnanc place.

|nda ,of Ossle. he's about 35; clothing, medicine housing and< ope every once in a while now and Taxation Committee. "It U becoming apparent that I 1 It .I11le 1939 Ford V-8 I* a beautiful modern
the the ad vuloren to pay any,
took It standing In It would raise doesn't pay anybody
glad to know that the doc where they
I !
bare necessities and sincerely
; .
1\11 there give him a good I earlier days of the session. levy from the present 3 5-8 to I tax" this official said. "All a motor rar. Its ftfi-liorsepower engine give

to get well. He has been hope that something will be don I For more than a week Mel! 7-8 mills, with provision t that Governor party has to do Is to Just rofim<' economical, wrll-ltalancrd performance

sanitarium for about <6 by the Florida delegation in WashIngton Christie has been the big boss of Cone could fix a lower figure to pay, come Into the Lrglslatun you

., although he has been 111. In respect to this memoria the House. Chairman of the If he believes a lower levy: and ask that his unpaid taxes be over the entire speed range and the 60- -

Qut three years. and provide a decent wage seal* Rules Committee when the House would produce sufficient money. remitted, and he Is given relief. horsepower engine Is even more economical.

u i read this Ossie, we wish for these poor unfortunates." vent under rule he had his com State operations which receive "Legislative generosity in expenditures '
The memorial follows: about the ad valorem taxes are the State \ .
spotted and In cancelling
e of luck and hope you nltteemen 2 The atrul'luralstrengtla of the Ford car -
pjoy reading the Telegraph WHEREAS, the wage scale for louse, ready to object any time school fund one mill; the Livestock paid taxes will probably result Ir

Week while you're in the< Administration in the State of, iome member wanted unanimouonsent Sanitary Hoard, one-hoi the passing of a sales tax at th< frame tracing axles body makes not only

lam And thank YOU Mrs Florida Is not sufficient to provide to depart from the day' mill; the State Board of Health, end of the session In spite of Governor for safely, but durability and long life.if .
t. such employees and their! fixed order. Even then the Hous one-half mill; the State prisor Cone'i statement that he will

families with proper and adequate managed to consume as much Urn fund, 3-8 mill; free school text veto such a bill nnd those who

food, housing and medical atten discussing Important and som books, 3-4 mill; Confederate pen- I know him feel sure he will kerjhis Ford hydraulic brake are exception aUf.

g Lion and i not so Important--.measures as dlhe < slons, 1 3-4 mills. word However this sales tau/ large and strong In proportion to car weight.
where they went ahead< Increase Is for tossed Into hilt Inj
WHEREAS, the low wages paid Senate The proposed act may be
their ordinary courtesy rules the Confederate penson fund, with the statement that he can 4
employees of the Works Progress with The Ford car Is stabilized for comfortable
Administration have the effect oj Maybe you'd like to know what which during the past two year either accept It or let the state gc

_PAY MONTHLY bringing the wages down to their: becomes of bills that are intro had a tax levy of one-halt mill. without funds riding. Its pringbae. the distance between
There were nearly 3,,- of real estate tax produces be collected because -. 123 Inches. Seats
level!, and, public again. One mill "A sales tax con front anal rear suspension
MENT PUN There were nearly 3.- about 300.000 a year. the poor man pays It on the
again. I
lie! balanced. The
WHEREAS, the Works Progress both houses, are toward the center perfectly
In he either
000' bills introduced I food he buys, and pays '

I wages Administration in other States pays ,much particular higher! over 1800 In the House Some and over otthese State of FloridaTaxDodgers or goes hungry." car doe not bob or dip and can have very
Senate. + -
IVIRI in the North, 000 in were the duplicates, what 1 Is Paradise ItETHELMr little *wy.These .

lie* NOW, THEREFORE be it resolved I "companion bl1l ." But .. .
known as Cor.
*. Susie
a1 by the Legislature of the i lost of them were independent Tallahassee, Florida Is rapid

State of Florida that the Congress measures Some of them fell bj; becoming the tax-dodger's para- Mr. and Mrs. Albert GllMon and four point power, strengths, safety,
of the United States ot' the wayside. They went to i a dine of the United States, a high children, Mr*. D. D. Woodard and comfort are by far the most Important
Is hereby respectfully : them down
Amerlcra turned stated this week
petitioned and requested to enact committee Some of them got on the flooi while state discussing official the Senate's action children, of Mrs.Bethel Pauline Miss Wilkinson Mary essentials In any motor ear. They form the
laws providing for an Increase in either by favorable report of the In over-riding Governor Cone'i Miss Evelyn Wilkinson and Laic value of your investment.

Also the scale paid to the employeesof committee i or by the persistence ofthe veto of Senate Bill 338 which,, in several, friends from Lawtey, were
the Works Progress Administration Introducer who got them CJnthe effect, remits nearly a half million Sunday afternoon With this solid foundation to build on, the
ig'ns at the party
and Sho-Cards of Florida. unfavorable* present
in the State calendar despite lot ol: dollars in uncollected chain-store at Klngxl Lake given bydip Ford V.8 has been made beautiful spacious I

C. The memorial was Immediately committee reports.. Then a taxes. and Mr. Albert Gllsson, Mr*.
Buford and has
Paint to the Senate being voted to drive.) It Is richly upholstered
and certified lost out by and easy
passed them "It used to he this official J. W. Allen, and Ira Allen
StorerTUfvnv"lt ; where it passed unanimlously. own. Those that survived house thatstep andeither said, "that the ability to dodge Lennie Crews. Swimming wa* enJoyed aU the modern feature. which add to the luxury *

; went to the other committee payment of taxes through refusal and then cold drink and and pleasure of motoring.You .
: lost their way in of served to the
THE .AILQ07ttof4, of theother to pay was the sole perogatlve watermelons were

Legionnaires Give r failed to get support simply slumber- the real estate owner. When the many guests present. can see these things when you take a

House Portrait ed in committee body. Some and nobody asked real estate owner allowed for Ms tax-sev- Miss Louise GllSHon was the trial drive but do not forget that the main
I out. Under es to become delinquent of Miss Agnes Lewis Sunday -
they be brought method always guest in the do not readily see -
as"err !. that when a eral years, some was In Boat value is things you

.gS1-' I 'ati tl"h aagiwte .W Tallahassee-A portrait of General the, rules been of both in houses committee: longenough provided whereby he could Mr. and Mrs. G W. Harr-ll and quality of materials, precision of manufacture,
has with the state
bill 1
net commander settle his account and
John J. Pershing, be called out andplaced Mr. and Mrs. Callie Gunn fundamental
it can engineering.
of ,
American forces in the the through some of Lake City
of> the calendar without baby' and Gent Gunn
d ai to the on the while the little taxpayer who went
World War was presented report, but there aresome were dinner guests of Mr. and
louse of Representatives by the immittee; complexes i right on paying his taxes year Woodard last Sunday.
that develop Mr* Dave
bills In the
t .m0 got
after- after
i are American Legion Tuesday and 1 neither the one who Introduca neck year The Murphy Act Is the Mr. and Mr*. Robert Button and ." j

k ur loon. [ a bill or anyone who opposed latest and moat efficient law of little son were visiting her aunt jI

The presentation was made department by It wants it brought out for d.tscU8IIlon. that kind we have had. Mr*. Boree, of Penny Farm Sun- I
Palatka rate onbills
Howard' Rowton of So the mortality "But this official continued lay.
5 adjutant of the Amenan If bad a favorIte and his brother
is high you the other form of taxpayer Ralph DIxon FORD V-S
HOTEL Legion and Joe Frank ofallahassee i bill and asked your legislator have see how well this system were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pet.eOrllfla
national rehablliU- and be did and you afternoon.Mr. .
nj c .t a4 ...d.tn.. the Legion. to introduce of It, maybe work, and they are now trying Sunday will hold
of Lee
lon committeeman wonder what became benefits by refusing and Mr. R. S.
,. the same
r a the portrait these blind alleys .o get their home IN TUB THINGS TUAT COUNT :
accepted of at EXCELS
Wood meeting
UMMER *"t & d. Speaker It ran Into one to pay their taxes. Senate >rayer
OMFORT JSTSTJSo on behalf of the House ofepreaentattvea. t I have mentioned. Like men InI1te. Bill 338 doesn't even make the offending rhurday Bight and everyone la

only a few make a real success chain store go through welcome to attend.

su.b5- The presentation was made on Some start too late. Other my form of legal procecdure to Richard Lee U now engaged In

a. dw.a.e the twentieth Memorial Day after just don't have what It take settle their unpaid taxes, it simply staling pulp wood.
w.IW..n.rr e.e.. War. +
the ending of the World O forbids the state comptroller col-
ioNUS Three former Speakers Representatives LETS BTOPCivilization what it ought)'ectinc them. More than $100,. -OH PNEUMONIA Andrews. Jr.
ian't W.
CKrT'L' LOUNGE od Christie of Dual..! world baa to listen KM of UXM in this form are now A* oan as a ...n get a Job ]I.
of to b e when a for time off hla
COFFEE SHOP Lewis of Gulf and Hitler before know- In litigation and the Lord only where he's paid
the two to guy like total cold develop Into sinus
the common
escorted bow' much money STARKE FLORIDAv
ikeechobe will be peacewar.suwaneee or mow*
asw J.r...., forthe 111. whether there Magaxl&e. ,
M..d. Legionnaires to the rostrum Democrat. of r this form of unpaid taxes will roubles-Imperial
-H..t Du$..,.tn..r1 presentation ceremonies.

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Bradford County Telegraph i' IiIIbd FORDHOOKS ARE IN! ON. FUND SPLIT quarter Holiday Members(''' of I Fro-' the,.:!;;<<".;,;;r:1:.

Established 1877 There are many beautiful scenes in the time. At the end of the day 233 hampershad (Continued From Page One) talion m lnf.ns1 g" nd
been picked graded,' and hauled to a holiday from JrllhlnIII' Jj'
but would have to a long
world go
Class you embarrassed" but said ;
and Entered as Second dally they due to
Published Weekly on Fridays 1 ( way to beat the sight of a Bradford County market the only disappointing note was the fact thltl LtY
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida field at harvest time heavy with the that they brought only $125 per. Mr. were willing to give the Trustees Long and Lt. R r; '(lilt' 1(

left with a hamper $2.000 from their share each yearno selecled to view ,
E. L. M uh'w8_=-_- -_- _I-:::-.. -'-"--_--=_':Editor and Owner yield of one of our many varied crops and piled Prevail high is with shown fine at Fordhooks. Directly more however, and straightway regular lDaliUvers iHIj .tudy
.. full of "pickers" gatheringthe produce Benning Gay
-- - with its numerous for defeat of the weeknl
SUBSCRIPTION RATE that will soon be hurried away to markets below Is the huge field pleaded leg- Lieutenant wnnea' 1

In Advance In far distant citlea. Such a. scene took pickers. At right. Doc Yates .is shown islative bill dividing the funds return June n Sunds*
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable
out of
place on Wednesday .morning of last week bringing a heavy-laden equally. 6
Advertising Rates on ApplicationWE "bottom." More. : than 1,000 hampers have as'co'ts 0. .. .
when Lester. Prevail, with the aid of half!1 The School Board met in special Mon T'\' .
a hundred workers went over his sixteen been picked to date. session Friday morning of last (senate 111\1\ 'Ii'ueurro,:

FOLLOW THE FASHION IN DIVORCE / acres of Fordhook Lima beans for the.first week and reached the compromiseabout Thai oil eE. L L.11'1. I.,IIrl.l? :,h;, 'lt"" ,+1 r: .1

According to an article published in last week's Tele- -_. .. .... -- .. .. .r which Mr. Griffis spoke the lion 6th of Tax day "!,f",Inh,,' ". d''r'",. ';4 J'
trend set the n. Monday.The filed name in i,, \ t,. I"i
followed the by remainder
graph, Bradford County 1 substance ot the compromise made appllcnti, I.., > .I Am,"
of the country in reporting an increasing numberof as Mr. Griffis explained it, embraces iNHued [then the ,f.I'",i' ," I''z, ..ry t'

divorces during the 1938. was that the boards were generally property In the ..", II.l .
State oY Florldn..,, ;II' I Rn'
agreed that the Bond Trustees EK, of
Figures compiled recently by a leading insurance com-] of '" 8Wi. ?l M II'' .
SVVK of vi.i'
4l d 9 f could function effectively on $10- aWI4 : ,, 'I'| "i 1
pany show that divorces in the United States increased 1 : .dM, ,ryiif )rr I n r 000 per year and the difference and NI nt I/, o/'sw '', ",""I'''V'. r

heavily as an aftermath of the World War, maintained a high between the amount of the 10- 12, Township, -. v, I..n'. 1,
Eat 'onlaln'"l' I' .. ,
mills of ad valorem, taxes collectedand ?
level during the properous years following)] 1922 and, for some I $10,000 would be furnishedhalf The axxexxmi" m .m'

unexplained reason, took a sharp turn upward to unprecedented I by the Commissioners and rty aged; was under In th th., ". I, .''d*t'

heights beginning with 1931. The statistics reveal halt by the School Board from I'nleHp Ntild 1 I l'',
redeemed a, d i t'
the astounding fact that the ratio of divorces in 1937 to the, race track funds. however neither property di-s i I i, '>>
: the School Board's nor Commis BOlll to the hi"(,| '"
annual average of marriages for the preceding decade was ; I sioners' share was to exceed $2,000 day court In hoiiKi-the .1,...,
m" '"
168 percent greater than the corresponding ratio for 1890. ;I y I each. Furthermore as collection which ,IK the :.:,mi I '
Yy : of lid valorem taxes bettered, as Unfed this Kt d I i 'I. '.
Many of the post-war divorces probably resulted from .. dyw w.. Is expected due to many thou- Clerk(KKlCIAt of rir, 8i\l<.nit' I., ., ,,TI

disillusionment after hasty marriages:: with soldiers bound / sands of dollars worth of property Cuunty, Flurlili, :".>

the result of back on the tax books as result of at..: Of'I '
others I
for the front, while were opportunity pre- i Itk 01
BABCOCK TESTDEMONSTRATED the Murphy Act the amount required ( I Ht .I 11 i/1 i Iii
sented by prevailing high wages and war profits, which furnished : to make up the difference. Report Stark of thi. .1'., .I I''

the necessary funds:: that would otherwise have been would be less and less each year it Court' In and .r.., i 1 "r
t on a. ?u .
lacking. At the regular Rotary Club .. v? 111' I was believed until perhaps no assistance red for tin. ;vein i "
was required at all and C. A. NI..III' i iTo In'I" ,
The increase in divorces occurring in the prosperous meeting here Wednesday. May 1 then even the 10-mlll levy could 'I Itnlanci.('none due" 1"1'' '

14, Roy Mathews I local dairyman : be reduced. Bv, amount coll'. i I If t
period after 1922 ran true to form, because it is well known N .rr.. r. To" Balance due .
demonstrated the Babcock test for -
that the frequency of separation follows the business cycje SV= i The following telegram was then I ftnf I'"rri'ltnn., '
determining the percentage of butterfat I To Balance due
1 '-warded to Senator Charley E. /1 I
closely. The record rise that started in 1934, however, is in milk. r. 1fGIiI I Johns In Tallahassee: "Amicable' To By mount Ilnlant'B cnll.t III'<..I ,I I ,'I,

not so easily explained. Some authorities suggest that manyof As explained by Mr. Mathews Agreement: reached by County To Balance.'onmy dii.,11..01 "'"' "'.*'",
the butter fat test has three dis- i :ommissicmei Bond Trustees and :
By !
these recent instances may have been "poor men's I i nmounl ivill i I. "i
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tinct values: The first is that the the Board of Public Instruction. To Ualancidn. f.
divorces" instituted the of and <*4UnJ *<..IInt. .,
on grounds non-support consumer Is protected against low ( Need not pass bill. Contact In- To Tliklanci
abandonment. In this connection it is significant that the grade milk. It Is no longer safe Directly above Is shown tho work of grad' I man. (signed) L. L. Conner, Chair. To By Balanco amount du.I'utnl < nil. :

chief statutory cause of the recent rise was "cruelty," a con- for a dairyman to add water to his ing which was carried on from the front porch, man Board of County Commissioners %,..,-.It"| .,| |11.'..",..
since the Babcock test To
product A. A. Durden. Chairman Balnnirdm
venient designation for concealing a variety of actual causes. will show up the deception. of one of Mr. Pievatt's rental houses. Till of the Bond; Trustees; E J. Lewis, By Balance mount ,dii.,.110. i iTo f' ':

However, those:, who seek to explain divorce entirely in The second value is that the beans are unloaded from the pick-up truck at I Chairman Board of Public Instruction 1'.t..1 "eb'Vrhnnl. IluudN I1, .
left and dumped in front of "graders" lined up 1'0 nRlan I".
terms of economic to into blank dealer may know exactly what he rlVi' ." By amount coll. 'r
causes are very apt run a in front of the porch. I To Balance dnAltrlciilturnl.. d i !
Is handling. It removes guess
wall, as they did when confronted by the unexplainable rise I ;
work and the storekeeper may And mothers here is a tip on how to keep I To Baluncf. dmBy .

in 1934.: It seems to us that the greatest cause of increasein feel confidence in the product.The your young son out of trouble: Just place him! iiii : New Service at Hoover'sHoover To Balance amount/ Apr cold .

the divorce rate is something completely intangible-a third benefit Is that the in a bean hamper and go on about your busi Brothers Studio which '01",,'.. 1..I..n.
will find profit in determining To Balance dm
producer 1
change in attitude that defies explanation, and a factor thatno the comparative value of ness. At right Is Willie Welch young son of I enjoys a state-wide reputation for By amount oi 1011.l| ,iTo I
one of the pickets employed by Mr. Prevatt. the and of their Balance dmItonil 1 <
statistician will ever be able to tabulate or work into one his Individual cows. He can find quality beauty A llrlilict Interns
out which are money-makers and Wllll doesn't seem lo mind his improvised cage j work this week announce that In "InMlur rand| e
of his
complicated graphs. In fact ho rather to calls and To Balance dui .11;i
"boarders" -cows that seems to enjoy It. response many renilaCrfa -I ,
which are By amount .Ile i j
This change in attitude seems to be, on the surface, i return little or no proft. If be -------- 'f.w tciv the jr will ri\i IIUW* UC rlAimlnr-h VCHJJ-7 (1.1IV4 a nrl T v.1>.a I dace dw .1.LI,

merely an increase in flippancy, a tendency to scoff at con I raises his Is calves in for future to know dairyuse G. W. RAHME I REVIVAL BEGINS make Camera prints fans of will regular welcome roll films.this ",lllTl.MALAR.
he a position
vention, and an inclination to treat lightly certain creeds and I 666;
which ones to keep or to sell DIES IN HAMPTONGeorge AT EVERGREEN news because they will now be
codes that had heretofore been considered almost holy. since the trait of productivenessIs able to have quick service on their III 7 iliKKtnJrr

passed from parent to offspring. W. Rahme, Sr., 65, for I Revival services will begin at "shots" and can be assured of the 1.I'Iul.l. 'l'sblel. COLD
What has brought this change about no one can tell ac- "nhe
Through records of production, as 60 years a progressive resident of Evergreen Baptist Church Sunday very best results possible from %..*.. Ur"I' M,nipfiiniN Nn. ,
curately. It is impossible to lay a finger on any one cause well as quality of the product, the Hampton and Bradford County night June 4, at 7:30: o'clock and their films They will also make Try "Riib-M: >.TI-.m" u lion

and say, "This is the reason." It is easy enough to record the dairyman may safely select and died in his home In Hampton Sat- continue for a week closing Sunday enlargements. LinimentNO

rise and fall raise calves that will be Increas- urday afternoon about 3 o'clock ..:...
of economic conditions, but to chart the changein I June II -- M4m NOW rou
ingly profitable. after a long illness.. '
mankind's morals, to reduce to black and white the changein Mr. Mathews believes that be- Funeral services were held from Rev. H. M.: Tlllman. pastor will \IIETKS; UI>:.\TlI TOLL UP OMIVf' OR WHHI

his mental attitude, is quite another matter. We are undoubtedly fore long a creamery will be established the Hampton Baptist Church Monday 1 I open the revival Sunday night. Deaths from diabetes in the MARATHOMEANS
local Rev G. E. Jones. Pastor of Hogan United 1 States have
at his dairy. If increased 144
living in a time of changing creeds. Apparentlyno afternoon at 4 o'clock, with
farmers get into milk production Baptist Church will speak Mon percent since 1900.
Rev. C. It. Robinson officiating. i
one nor any human force can stem the tide. Just what the nabcock testing machine will Interment followed in the Methodist Wednesday and Friday nights

the outcome will be, only time can tell. Any change, however be available for their use. Cemetery In Hampton. Pall and Rev J. T. Reagan, Pastor to

that would tend to weaken the ties that bind together, Several local Boy Scouts were bearers were Harold Webb, Bert I will the speak Tabernacle Tuesday Baptist and Thursday Church IN nit iiiiMir 111.011 t'll1'NTY toiler; iv'. AM 1.011111.\FOH.
In attendance at the meeting be- Hlnnon Henry Hlnson John Hall NO-llCK: TO DEFENDANTU :
the home-the nucleus of our entire social str.ucture-cannot nights. Rev. Tillman will bring the I I u. CAMHBELU: I
cause one of their merit badge Morgan Lee and Cotzle Rigdon. I 2W
be closing message Saturday night I
considered as anything but deplorable.INDIVIDUALISM assignments covers this test. The Wilson Funeral Home of Lake Plaintiff,
and Sunday morning All week-
conducted in City had charge of arrangements. I -VH-
-0IUrGGEU A contest was day services begin at 7:30: o'clock O. fendanttv .
which members of the Rotary Club Mr. Rahme Is survived by his [: TFIR NA.MM; i OK TUB STAT13 OF
P. M.
; ; IS SOMETIMES COSTLYWe I asked to estimate the butterfat widow Mrs. Clifford Rahme; bya The closing day, Sunday I Jo'I"UI"A.HJo" l'TtN(1= ::
were June 11. will be marked dinner To Coin Jones Campbell whose '
often wonder how much longer our farmers in their content of various samples oi slater Mrs. Maggie Lee of served on the church by groundsat a residence and place of address IK !N THE LONG R'

unorganized state, must stand by and take what is given I milk. T. K. McClane. Bradford Theressa; a brother, H. J. Rahme noon and baptism services In e unknownYou, HIP.. hereby required to appear -
County farm agent made the best of Mango; by four daughters tn the bill of
complaint filed
afternoon 3:30 o'clock.
them for their of defense of
produce without any means or estimate and was given a poundof Misses Hazel and Gladys Rahme herein against you on or beforem'S
defying the forces that conspire to beat down prices. butter as his reward. M. F. of Hampton Mrs. Charley Dyal of I ; the 3r
I Brown and Dr. :M. B. Herlong Palatka and Mrs G. B. Adkins of Cow orderIhi. further ordered that thin
Experienced business men have usually been among the came close to being right also. Miami; and by two sons G. W. Three persons escaped serious 'n"nty Telegraph mibllxhed in the I trad fore

most enthusiastic boosters!' of agricultural marketing cooper- As a special treat Mr. Mathews Rahme, Jr., and Clyde Rahme Injury Monday night about 8:30: niiMlHhed! In said County,a newspaper of Brad
both of The deceased Is o'clock ford, once each week for four connecntlvH -
Hampton. when the
ation sound conservative made at his automobile In
on a profit-making, common sense donated ice cream week

basis. This is a logical.- attitude- : for business. large and dairy The for program dessert constituted at .the. luncheon.one or: 'I .also....._..survived._.._ ._._..t by three three grttiiununa.Mr __A.granduuuKiuerB ___. I I'which t_" 1".1 viuiucaviiiv they___..fl were.. .10_traveling attend graaua-enroute seal 1014 WITNFvs! mon .h'...my da Y hand of J and one,official A, h'.

small knows the virtue of progressive corporation and has Rahme came here 60 tlon exercises the I
I the club's most Interesting meet- years at University of (OFFICIAL SRAI.) A. J. Thomas
long practiced it. Furthermore, they know that prosperous ago from Philadelphia Pennsylvania Florida struck a cow. The accident Clerk Circuit Court 8-2 4t 623FOR ,
ings.At and was until his death a successful occurred two miles southeast I
agriculture means more prosperous business, especially in I the regular Rotary discussion Club farmer.TOBACCO. of Starke on road 28, the detour

the smaller communities of the nation. The farmer who getsa centered meeting Wednesday entirely around the --- --- oute of road 13 while It Is under OVER 70 YEARS! I )

profitable price for his crop is the farmer who makes' n "Womanless Wedding" 'the club Is CURINGDEMONSTRATION repair The three Rave their. I I '
1 names as Aliases Isabel! and Win- I Almost since the War Between 1I I 38.35 1l
good customer for commercial establishments of all\ kinds. sponsoring next Tuesday on the fred Lnlt. daughters of Rev. W. H the States, WIntersmith's Tonic l I ii 1.00-n uI
stage of the Ritz Theatre has been widely used for the relief
Marketing cooperatives have proved successful in other Lalt of Jacksonville owner of the ,
The first barn of tobacco to be car and Bill of Malaria and as a General Tonic '4,35 l
parts of the Just because have failed here in Kennedy of Jackson I AH over the South for I ,
country. they USE OF GASOLINE cured by one farmer this year In ;. ville. They suffered a bad shak- generations,million of nearly four 00-11

the past is no reason why all efforts at organization shouldbe SHOWS INCREASEGasoline Bradford County was finished last Ing-up only.Opens. !!I I known and trusted Wintersmlth's.people have 1 J
week by Adam Green who has 8 I I Get tl1.00
forever abandoned. I I a bottle TODAY, and give it
consumption In Bradford acres of the crop In fine shape on :I I. a chance to convince YOU, too.WINTERSMITH'S. $..5Or7Daly
o his farm northwest of Starke on Sub-Division
KEEP THE SALT SHAKER HANDY County showed an amazing road 48.The w. S. Sibley of Theresna this
increase in April 118 compared week announced the I

It is often the very little things that cause discomfortas I with March. Figures released by Charles curing was supervised by subdivision on Bedford opening Lake of between a- I
Bureau of the De- Hardy, of Brooker, who is
everyone knows who has ever had a pebble or a sharp nail the Inspection of Agriculture how an employed by the Columbia Fin- Theressa and Keystone TONIC

in his shoe. Likewise the simplest remedy is often the best' partment Increase of 18.155 gallons. In ance Corp.. of Lake City to give Heights.twelve The lots subdivision eleven with consistsof lake ..etd Iy .q.f.v...0......lone... INK'41''
yH ,
for preservation of health. April a total of 136.826 against tobacco curing demonstrations in I frontage on the south and eastside .110 ....9...... ...et mllage'MIallt ."
in March. Union Alachua and Isle 6A.
With the hot it is 118.671 gallons Baker Counties. Last Mr. of the lake. Mr. Sibley states .f. A""T"ON
already quite
summer days us year
upon .
This was a marked contrast to that the lots will make Ideal buildIng I After i..o..lit of co..fortabl..
time to begin consideration and most which Indicate Hardy supervised construction of .. ... will ...Iyt.
of the simplest practical the kerosene figures 31 tobacco barns and this year histotal sites since they are well shaded $BEitRV fr..... ttit..1". .eMrlc.. yes ...l"..'"
ways of getting through the next few months with the minimum a decrease in use of 581 gal- was 48.Farmers with big oak trees and the It !f. a cl... .f IH OWl''
lons In April as compared with lake Is surrounded 1\1\
by a white : q eDON'T
amount of discomfort. '
March when 12.220 gallons( were Interested In growing sand beach. lie has named his 'I WITH SAiER

Naturally, anyone doing any sort of manual labor in hot used. Only 11.639 gallon\ were tobacco are urged to see Mr.Green's development "The Haven." Bed- I' 1'l ..-.....GAMU'prices, !It'.c.rtolol...
used in Figures for the tobacco curing In progress ford Lake t. MABATWONS M
April. is .
good for fishing he put ....
weather must perspire liberally. A few years ago some fac- State as a whole show that 29.- a* he has several burns and one states I I t... .......... wltk ortiro 9

tory workers to off-set the fatigue of excess perspiration 407.181 gallons of gasoline and 3- will always In operation for the mmm_A I B r *.
started taking oatmeal in 072,249 gallons of kerosene were next several days. I .r BUY NOW
and water.
candy, sugar Finally, Young Democratic Dance
used In April as against 34.18S.020 Markets will begin auction sales .
it discovered that salt condition The Young Democratic
was helped their physical Club of
and 3,572,423 used In March a about August 1. I THJ
during the hot months. Now small salt tablets are availablefor decrease of 4.780,839 and BOO.- .. dance Bradford County will sponsor a i sOIrCOST.
at the Community Center In
workers:: at the drinking fountains in many establish- respectively.r Nora Reed Dies SUrke Friday night June 16. In

ments. Miss Nora Reed 77. died at her connection with the state-wide
Traffic Light Fixed home three miles east of Lawtey membership drive planned by the
Doctors explain that perspiration often drains the body Starke's lone ranger traffic lightat shortly after 1 o'clock Monday state organization. The week of

of too great an amount of salt which must be replaced in the intersection of Call and morning. The cause of death is 'June 12-17 will be Young Demo- TIME SA'"ERSlIOSE1' .,pGSAIE

order to renew health and vitality. It is reported that the'I Walnut Streets was repainted In said to have been dropsy and she cratic Week In Florida and the SAVERS ( .
I attractive aluminum by city workers had been ill about 4 months. Fun- state president Robert M. Aventof 5JGN
use of these salt tablets has been remarkable in the preven- I Monday. The dilapidatedsigns eral services were held Tuesday In Jacksonville has set a gal of Every; Business Needs Them ATT E D//

tion of heat prostration and the general weakening effect of were also removed and Vtlddleburg. where Interment fol 13,000 new members for the drive. BUY FROMBradford : THE GOODYEAR

summer weather.So stronger light bulbs were Installed lowed. The deceased Is survivedBy Motor C
so as to make the light plainly a brother, Joe Reed also of Disband For SummerThe Register

when July and August roll around and you begin to I visible even at high noon. The Uawtcy Miss Reed moved here 8 Auxiliary of the Starke County ROAD SERS'If EY

get that "whipped! down" feeling keep the salt shaker handy. old landmark looks and act now rears ago and was a member of Townsend Club voted at the May TelegraphSTARKE 1 1I
Just like one of those fancy atop the: Highland Baptist Church.TBA1TCzFa 23 I Telephone 1Oi
This new theory might be worth giving a trial. j I encounter in the meeting to dispense with fur-
llghti one city. ( etaol ahrdlu mfwyp ther meetings during the summer FLORIDA I II Y fLO


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