Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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$100 TO FUNDThe Feeding the -- j LEdSLATUREPASSES

City Council in its meetingat chickens i IK just

ffi E $$100 the City Hall Tuesday night($ INJUREDIN one of the many FOUR '
voted to appropriate at least $100to duties performed ,

be used by the committee In regularly by W, I

|R PLATFORM defraying a part of the expensesof BY CONGRESS WRECK MON. A. Bessent af-
the Fourth of July celebrationat fectlonatelyknown I STARKEBILLS

the Farmers' Market here. as Pr,
: rrl Will--Uleet Again Members match any of the fund council donated agreedto for I Old Age Pension Hill Well Known- Farmer comfortable"Sonny" at country his- -.e--_ ._ -_ I Measure To-Reimburse i,

June 19 To HearComplaints the same purpose by the County Loses By 302 To May Lose Left home a short City $12.000 Is r

Commissioners up to $150 and 97 VoteThe ArmR. distance east of Defeated

: 'II' agreed to give $lOG In any event Sta r k e This -a- 3__ -
grand old 1
?e Board of County Commis-I for the celebration. Townsend old age pension R. Prevatt, 59. prominent and will be 87 years I Four of the five local bills I

::11 in their meeting in the All members of the council bill! was defeated In Congress last well-known farmer !living enst of old at his next ''sponsored by the City of Starke q

thouse Monday appropriated were present for the meeting, week by a vote of 302 to 9?. The Starke, will probably lose his left birthday November I and Introduced at the past session !
of the 1939-1940 an- current bills were approved and arm as the result of
00 OUT entire Florida delegation in the 2, qualifyinghim iof the Legislature, were passed by
i i budget! to supplement funds ordered paid, and the meeting adjourned bile-truck accident a quarter of a as being one I
r: truck loading House of Representatives, with the that body It was learned here
ulld a proposed mile north of the Bradford-Clay of the oldest I
'onn at Lawtey. Delegations .- exception of Millard Caldwell of I County line on Road 13 Tuesday residents of this Wednesday. !.

I been before the board and West Florida, voted for the meas night about 10 o'clock. community Mr f J The bill failing to pass was one "

OUI amounts had been dism LIGHT BILLSFOR ure. :Mr. Prevatt was returning from Itessent was born I rat ., asking that the State Legislature
4 this matter several I '. reimburse the City of Slarke in
? Forty Democrats, 85 where he had carrieda the old Thom-
and the action of the board Republicans load of I the amount of $12,000, representing
., MAY \ one Progressive and one farm produce to market asvlllo settlementIn
final decision In the F ,1\\.... money expended on the construction -
sin a Farmer-Labor member voted for in his Model A Ford. Near the Clay County, ,-" t
I service station owned about 12 miles : '.1,. VIJ of curbs and giiters on
formerly :
the bill, while 194 ,
[ consisting of J. E. Democrats 107 Maxie Carter from i "L' ""'t State Road 28 within the city "
4 delegation) ARE LOWER Republicans and one American- a large northbound Starke but I ,/ ,, .,
. |,00. I- A Canova. and C. Labor member voted It. truck and trailer the driver ap- moved to this '-- ,, .' limits The city prepared this
el] Naswotthy appeared be- against parantly napping, according to county a tan ]".,,,"....,. ",1'1'. bill at Its May 2 meeting at the

I j the board and requested an Heated arguments for and Mr. Prevatt, drove over on the early age, In :- .. .?! ".?... request of a group of property
against the plan were aired In the
Minimum --- ---- owners along the route of this
I prlatlon, of $150.00 to helpy Charge For wrong side of the road. Mr. Pre- spite of his advanced -
!day-long debate, which at times I The
.. the expenses of the propos- Current Still $1.50 vatt steered his car to the right years Mr I Bessent kec-ps busy all tho time, rising lit the crack highway resolution adopted
became almost violent. the
by council at the time stated
j Found of July celebration at I until his two right wheels were on of dawn and doing his turn in the field almost every day
Action Says Cia!: the measure criticized it as beIng I that when Road 28 was built, the
: I Farmers' Market on the road shoulder, and the truck
Impractical and too costly for State Road
matter was laid over to June driver began to pull' his vehicle to Department did not
I Customers of the City Light and the Nation to undertake. Its sup- I MURPHY LAW construct the curbs and gutter
when the Board has another I the proper side of the highway.The RODEO SHOW
, i scheduled. Water Plant using more than 35 porters, however, asserted it would action was not performed CLAUSE ALTEREDThe and that to protect the health. of
Illig; provide not only adequate pensions I tho citizens, the had. to issue
kilowatts of electricity per month city
however the
quickly enough, and
mplamt was Pinkie made Balsden's to the noted with pleasure the substan- I for the deserving aged, but also rear left wheel of the truck trail I AT KINGSLEY legislature In Its dying. $12,000 In bonds to do this work
rd 1 about would stimulate business Since the Road Is
tial reduction In the amounts of recoveryand ; Department
er struck the left side! of hours
Starke Stated the lust Friday night agreed by
ce north of on the May bills, rendered June 1, due thus cut the costs of relief. Starke farmer's automobile.Mr. now paying for the curbs and
I No 13 and it was stated to the new low rates now in ef Friends and foes of the bill were ON JULY FOURTH a Urge majority vote to post pond. gutters, the council felt It shouldbe
t: the place had become a pub- fect. unanimous in conceding that the Prevatt sustained Injuriesto 7or: two years the title reversion relieved of the burden, '\j
I nuisance The Board was re- his left arm that will probably clause of the 1937 Murphy tax redemption -
R. F. Clark of I Townsend Plan was not "dead" asa The four bills passing
superintendent were ones
,ted to take the necessary necessitate Its removal, severe law, which would have
the plant, stated Wednesday that political issue. They expect it To Attend providing that the term of the
pliO i have It closed. No action i chest Injuries, possible internal In- 5,000 Expected gone Into effect today.
there was a slight misunderstanding to bob up again In future campaigns City Clerk should be fixed at two
because the board deed and bruises tho ,
taken over
q i juries, body "Wild 'West"Events Under terms of the law title to
sessions of
and at future instead
among some of the patrons years of one year, beginning
the Courts are the The
l proper His car was badly damaged. nil land with \
regarding the new rates. "Some Congress. d.'lnfIllenttllxea with the next general city
Bodies to whichh .
jvsnunental l truck stopped, and the driver sent
redeemed under the
complaints should be made Inform think," Mr. Clark said, "The J. H Fields, president of the Mr. I'revatt to Starke where he election; providing for the exten-
Law before June 9 would
of an Affidavit.. small user is now charged more Starke Townsend Club feels that received medical attention, but A real, wild west, old fashioned Murphy sion of term of office from the
have reverted to the state. Former
than before, but this is not so." there were several encouragingnotes rodeo and horse show at Klngsley prevent one year to two years for
Clerk A, J. Thomas was into drove on after that and had not holders of and
This doubt arose due to the fact in the vote, even though it owners mortgages the chief Of police beginning with
been although Lake
ted write Governor Fred apprehended Wednesday will climax the day for other liens would have been barred
: to the minimum rate is $1.50 was unfavorable. "We know now," search Is th. next general election; confirming
Cone, urging him to sign Sen- a being made Fourth
of front claim the .
i Bill No. 144 providing for the 'which is subject to a ten per cent he stated, "how the majority of for him. July entertainment any : on property.The validating and approving

it to defray the of discount if paid before the seventhof congressmen and senators stand -- seekers within a radius of 50 miles House and Senate accepteda compromises, adjustments, etc., pf
!mloal and expenses the month,. making a net bill on the Townsend issue. And we from KtngHley, according to an announcement conference committee report adjusting city (axes by the council; and the
Lunacy Proceedings of 135.: The general belief 'ts know this: those who didn't vote i INMAN RETURNS yesterday by the differences of amendments one felt by many to be by far the
'Ing at In connection with
Florida or State that the old minimum rate was for the Townsend Plan signed ; AFTER SESSIONGeorge Bores Brothers, Randolph and The |[ouse adopted it last, 53 to most Important, providing< an exclusive -
Prison; at Ral- $1.35 "which i I.. an error," :Mr. I their own political death war Henderson, of Jacksonville, sponsors 25, over bitter opposition by Chairman method, by which the Cityof

;wiroment of faJTe traclTand adoreD Clark said. "GSc._*aiaUest charge rant." Inmatf, "Bradford Coun- of the event. Ilarrell of the Finance and Slarke may lease, sell, disposeof

tax funds due the board has always be n' $1.50, except He added that "we are pleased I ty's representative to the Legislature Work has already begun on the Taxation: Committee, who said It abandon the usual opera

public Instruction by the said when the discount Is taken ad- to know that six out of seven of I returned to his home here large stadium and gigantic grand- would lend further encouragement tlon of its municipal light and

ri of Public Instruction to the vantage of, reducing it to $1.35." the Florid congressional delegation Tuesday after attending the current stands to house the expectedcrowd to the tax doilgrrs. wnter plants, or either, requiring"before ,

ida Bank at Starke was reed Superintendent Clarke stated are for the Townsend Plan, biennial session of the body of from five to seven thousands The title to lands. covered by any of these actions an aJfirmntlv -

>' and ordered filed. that due to the lower rates the | and It Is my belief that they are in Tallahassee. j! at Kingsley Lake Peach State-owned! tux certificate!! will vote of at least thrill!

The Board having heretofore plant 'income might be reduced sincere and are not trying to ride Representative InmAn stated formerly known us Strickland's .lemaln vented In the original own- fourths of the total number of all

Jged $2.:100.00: as a portion ofSponsol'S slightly for several months, but the Townsend Club as a political In an interview that he did not I I Landing. I.'er, who will be allowed two years the then qualified voters. of the

Contribution match- eventually its earnings would be band wagon" I consider the Just closed session i. Events will begin at 10 o'clock1 J[from today to redeem the certificates city. Such un election shall, the

I Federal Funds in the building greater than ever due to the same Mr. Fields went on to explain I Of the legislature I I successful from [ in the morning and' continueLiiiuugii I : at fu.(i value, which lanrtuntlv law states, be held after approvalof
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an I .lower.. .rates.. .... .. 1... 4k..4. .'3 I it--- .9. nn chinicr in thft ftvatAm _! .nr'lfInMf-,1 --------.---., h. ''4
| Armory in Starke. the bill -- --- had a uuaiiitrnagood -.Q..uJ'V. uv. / j u uiui'n in me uiiernuoiiThe --- n ---r.----- -3 -uu
-tgmn..... mu"ao umy.1.a... approved________s ana__ >'I The new rates which went Into that a 50 per cent gain been buslnesH" he said, "to appropriate -, program, so far, includes calf that has beers employed I In Florida; of the City Council and
meat! was authorized. effect by order of the City Bond I made in both the number of clubs a million and a half dollars roping, steer and wild horse rid- for many years advertisement of a notice containing

P letter was received from R. Trustees May 1 are: minimum rate und in the membership of the more than there is revenue to ing, steer doglng. horse tricks It Is predicted that. the 1941 leg all the details of the proposed

[ Wliltehead of Valdosta, Ga., $1.60; first 35 kilowatts, 11 cents Florida Townsend Clubs In the provide for, That Is why I voted and other stunts Substantial islature will lignin ."tentl the time transaction Including method of

feting to the closing of a set- each; second 35 kilowatts, 8 cents past 60 days and expressed his against the greatly increased ap- ; prizes will be awarded to winners for redeeming the certificates., It payment of the plnnt's IndebtedMM. .

lent road In Section 14, Tp. 7 each; next 30 kilowatts, only 6 belief that the Clubs would wielda piopriallons bill because i It set up.iof I contests. Is to be remembered, however

R. 22 E. by a pasture fence, cents each. All kilowatts over heavy club in the 1940 elections. un imaginary deficit so special interests '[F r- The Bores Brothers have already' thdt th* provisions of the Murphy ; The lone piece of legislation Introduced

oo action was taken as these 100 used, 4 cents each, and all ---+ could pass their favorite ,; begun an extensive advertising Law allowing owners to settle by the liradford County
'tan. the board was advised rates subject to a 10 per cent discount legislation It made no provision i and I publicity campaign to attract I their (axes for a very few cents Board of Commissioners was panned .

Properly settled by the parties If paid on or before the I ROTARIANSHAVE for old age assistance or WPA'lone' of th. largest crowds ever to : on the dollar were NOT re-en- "prohibiting hunting except on

""wed or by the courts. seventh of the month. ARGUMENT and I do not feel that the appro- 1 j[, gather at one Jilace In this section acted. '__, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays -

rl be> board refused to approve + prlatlons bill was in the best Interest of, the country. 9t..) are planning -- ---.-- |' of that period<<1 of time begin

transfer of case, files in the NEW WAY I Heated argument over whether ) of my county and state." i their program and << nf Henry C. Hunter relief tb chicken pileau or fried Mr. Inman stated that he voted .. salt with the
a serve I the crowds the most iri t n and a ending 1st day of
nt from Duval County, also of. TO KILL DEER I| fish at a social event soon to beheld for the bills making It easier to "rlp-i'oaring'1 good time. The TO PLAY HERE January of the following year"

( Edward Smith also a relief I at Kingsley Lake, occupied I II obtain old age assistance, and for rodeo will be a big boost to Kings- Urad.I I +
nt from Duval Nathan N. Prevatt, manager of I thv bill abolishing the Infamous Climaxing plans for the
| County, and the Rotarians at their! regular meetinghere I ley Lake as a summer resort and SCHOOL BOARDCHANGESDATES
k was Instructed to notify thee the local A & P Store, last week Wednesday The party will "HcH ctaufta" of the present old- n holiday spot it Is believed. ford County farmers' party and
Welfare discovered a way to kill deer in of attend- assistance set-up. He also Fourth of July celebration" at the
Board of its decie mark the conclusion an age .
the Ocala National Forest in Farmers' Market here on that day
ance contest In which It was 'created Amendment that killed
Clerk informed the Board Marlon County-and not get ar I agreed that the losing side should I the Tax ComfrtlHSion Board and I W. N. MURDAUGH was word that the Orange Grove The School Hoard received reuueiits -

t -h.. UQ"h*... _received_hL __ rested. __.__..4.. frh 6 mlnru. : marl* an effort to. hive S7.OOO.OOO .nIp., ;:. IM. AY. ....... I String Hand, famous throughout from natrons of four Brail-
irom Keen &_ a& .
J I Allen Attorneys for the Coun- Nathan and two companions, S. I' The debate; got; under way when appropriated for old ag.a.asist. I, Florida, will play for the square' lord County Schools for changes

In 'tbe Railroad tax Litigation. L. Alvarez and Riley Strickland Rotarian Arch Thomas took the ance. The Florida Times-Union of I dancing In the opening dates at their meetIng .

a copy of the brief filed by were en route on a fishing trip at floor and stated he was tired offish His bill to pay old age pension I June 2 contained, the following i The name of Nathan Mayo Monday In the court house.

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad dawn Monday morning of last and would like to see the checks to recipients for the monthIn notice: Commissioner of Agriculture, was Mrs. R. T. Margraves and a del.

PIlIy|> and that said brief had week to Lake Juniper, In Marion event turned Into a chicken pileau. which they die passed. Thl| "William N. Murdaugh, 63, re.r added to the list of distinguished egation of patrons from Brooker

delivered to Hon. M. F. County. To arrive at their des "We have fish every time," he will" he explained "help greatly| tired building contractor of Fer- speakers to be present, and The presented a petition requesting
wn, attorney for the board. tination, they had to go through' charged. "Why can't we have with funeral expenses and other j I nandina, died this afternoon In a City Council of Stark at Its meeting |; that the flronker Junior High
report the Ocala National Park I I usually at such i Tuesday night appropriated School Its term the
of Mrs. Minnie Johns. part of something different for once? expenses necessary Jacksonville hospital, following open first
"tor of the Housekeeping area, about 30 miles east of Ocala |I I famed for a time." II | several day lllnen\ Mr Mur- $100, and perhaps $ lSt, an its Monday in August Instead of the

Project for Bradford County, on state road 19. Within the park I',; W. P. Smith,verbal already debate, took Mr. Inman voted, he fluid daugh was born In South Carolina, / share In the Independence Day. observance first Monday In July as In past
received buck the edge of' his aptness at all tax increases Sponsors of the event The Board considered
and ordered filed. they saw a on against proposed and coming from that state to ye rs. the
['1e Florida Bank at Starke was the road and reduced their speedto I Issue Immediately "I," he can storm get and voted for the sluughter-houHe i Florida he located In hops that the County CommlM petition and granted the request

,Plated' as the board' deposl- less than 50 miles per hour, but chicken pileau at home first I In Jacksonville to which our local later moving to JaCkSOnvllle/ aloners will appropriate $150 also on a motion by Dr. W Ii:, Middle-
1939'' the year beginning June suddenly doe ran out in font of ed. "When this would was havea farmers may take their livestockto had resided In / In their meeting June 19 to umilst ton, which was seconded by J H
said we
the road. started it was and dressed. Mr In- with the heavy expenses IncurredIn Moore and
the car, trying to cross time to : be killed last 20 years. tie was a member unanimously carried
Board decided to meet with The front of the car caught the I fish fry and this horses Is no In mid ; man was a member of the Agricultural of the Baptist church In FernanJlna. such an undertakingThe Mrs. W B. Sewell acted a*

County Asseasor of Taxes doe squarely broadside and threw I start changing" Committee and used his < lilt Is survived by his Wld-// entertainment committee spokesman for the delegation of

day July 3rd at 10:00: o'clock her under the car, killing her stream. I Influence In this bill. ow Mr. Eunice V !: again urges all who will to enter Stnke patron, and nuked that
:II,,.In the Clerk's Office for the stantly, and slightly damaging In-// The Rev. L. A. Shepherd ministerial, upholding It wan his motion of Indefinite Fernandlna; two brothers, Charles ; the different contests and register Bradford High School begin Its

e hearing complaints the traditional postponement that killed the Sales Murdaugh. of Lodge, S. C", and with K. L. Wlllium for the boys regular term as It has In the past,

taking.., testimony of owners or car.After notifying the park ranger love of chicken, rallied to the sup Tax Filll In the house His Mill Roy Murdauxh!: of Summer-field I and girls bicycle races, with Hill on the first Monday In September,
i.Ita ,1 parties as lo the assess- who arranged for the disposal of port of Mr. Thomas and words for $5 license tags for private Fla. Funeral service will bo held Graham for the Fiddler' contest, I Instead of the first Monday In

theretofore' made by the the carcus, the three sportsmen flew thick and fast for a periodof passenger cars and farm pick-up at four o'clock Saturday afternoonin with A. A Durden for the "grcuned August, as was ruled by the Boardat

r.8'S'! "or and the Clerk was 'continued to Lake Juniper and ten or fifteen minutes. At trucks failed to pass. Fernandlnu. Arrangements are pole climbing content and with L. Its April meeting. Action was

!\ICted\ to have the legal notice caught 34 fish, the four largest one time things got Into such a --. In charge of Oxley Mortuary, Fer- D. Vlning for the three-legged and deferred on this request until the

Ired o/ law published in the weighing 16 pounds together. I parliamentary tangle that President Carl Andrews On Trial nand Ina." tack racen. Winners In all events next regular meeting July 3. J

Iford t"ounty; Telegraph. Nathan returned to work Monday Howell Nasworthy made the for I State Attorney. J. W Hunterof Over 20 years ago Mr and Mn. wilt be awarded. prizes. There was a request from Graham r
he rapped
Ik!r!'S, 'Nf'lIie' Crlffla and Mrs.Uc. morning after enjoying a two- welklng ring us the Fifth Judicial Circuit has Murdaugh lived In Starka on R. F. Clark announces that for the school there to open

.Ie Bau..n requested relief as- week vacation. order. announced that Carl Andrews will North Walnut Street and kept the I I plans for the fireworks are nearly the first Monday In August instead '
fo, A _---- On the second ballot it was announced trial in Marlon Hotel three frame (completed and that they will be of been
I,,,!! themselves and their ---- -- _. 'L. .u I be placed on City a story I July as has the I:
''lies., *nd they were each al- Still Scrapping Berries that the nsn wunusiasishad I County for the murder on May 21'j''building that was destroyed by presented In a program completeIn custom. The Board Instructed the
M(I ,00 per month. Strawberries continue to linger| won by a close vote of ten to of Paul Raulersoa of Fort White. : fire, that was situated just north Itxelf. Trustees of the district to find out

e flame of Rosnna Coleman In small way with around 50 nine. The first ballot was thrownout I Hunter said he was convincedthat of Judge Adklns' residence. Old Bradford County's farmers how a majority of the patrons felt
on a
IlrlCkn! from the sold at a price I I when it was discovered that ''i, the shots which killed Hauler fiiendu here regret to hear of Mr. their wives children and friends In this matter and report to the

a ILt 'lle '* ww deceased pauper and : of crates l-and-the-crate a day being back. In the Rotarian Elmo Struth, in an effort I'. son were fired la Marion Countyon Murdaugh's\ death will be the honored guests at this Board. I
'I I had I
Crawford to be assured of plenty to eat State Road 19 some miles west ---.-- -- --- Party" sponsored
"Appreciation by
was The last
stricken from week the average i request came patrons
P1l'IP'1' ROil w she has moved j 100 previous crates a day from Starke and voted for both chicken and fish. of Ocala. He said the decision tol I I Buys Property the business men of Starke to express of tbe New River School

nth.I ie :ouflty The name of Lawtey at the same price. Re- After this very important ques- | hold the trial In Ocala had been j T Frank Landrum and James their appreciation for the I asking permission! for the school

Mae BradJ ,. 'WU stricken turns for the past two weeks are tlon had been settled, the Rotarians -I reached after an Investigation of I Pa tray Monday purchased a tractof I patronage and support of farm there to begin, Its term the first
'he Pauper Roll as she Is I estimated at $900 bringing gross decided to make It a RotaryAnn | the shooting by Buddy CaM-Iue,1 j land with a 2.040 foot lakefront families In the county All are Monday in August also Instead of

receiving aid 'to dependent receipts for the season to $358- affair and take their wives ,I special Investigator assigned toj I on Crystal Lake. The area Invited everything U free. and a In July. The request was unanimously -
rca I 51625.: along. i the case by Governor Cone. I will be'sub-dlvidel and lots sold. wonderful time In promised all. granted.

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... TWO .. ." .. --- ..... UL- -1933.1. 8 n 22 E. 40 Acres sold are evldenc-1. I ed and by h-rtll -
I "Ira 846jf 'I certificate, No zo Tin taxes to be icjre ei)' ""
c:__ ___--- .._ .. . --- .-." --- ilu. highest hinder at. the by certificate V"s :tsa and and represent unpaid taxei. tot the ed by certificate Nos 234 and 1355 y..rl. 1911::: '' "-1 .;.i.amounting .'

I VANDERBILT told to huus' door i>n the first. Monday 11129 and 19SS respectively for theyears years 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive of 1824 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent t." 44: t,;
'ourt 1839.whlrh unpaid taxes. I 3219. unpaid taxes for the .
month of July 'represent amounting to ALSO w
Minx Velma Norman Cor. in I Is the th' 3rd day. or July 1 1Dated I 1112$ to 191: \ both Inclusive, ALSO: Bit, of Blk 1 S. R. 3 E & years 1923 to 1939 both Inclusive, S.The2 2 1, "S w. '

BOY this lilt day of June. 1939. amounting to $30 24. portion of Blk 2 8 R 41 :, amounting- to $101.44. .. t tea ,. .,
SEAL) A .1. Thomas ALSO: NEW of NE4 of NE'i A E All that. in SW<4 of NW\4\ A: N 87ft Beg 2 chns. S of NW Cor by .. .1
this that : "
of "ertlth.
SCOUT Miss Gladys Manning I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford lb 0 ft of NWvi of NE'4 of NE% Sec of NEW of Blk IIS, B. 2 K & of NE'i of SWV & Run 8 3 chns., and r..I're..llt "," "

section spent last. week with relatives County Florida. _6-2 H 8-30 22 Tp. 68. R. 22 E, 11 Acres.Th. All that. portion of NE14 of Line flit &S E: 10 chn$.. N 8 chns. W 10 chns., years 1931 tl. 1 t"I'"::""i 1 'IX, '
i be sold are evident'ed a E.. N of halt Sec. less W 1 A. 2 Acre See. amounting t ?
in Jacksonville.Mra. cOI'IIT i% ANII rowlltttllFOKO taxes to and 1031 8. of R Blk 3 S of B. to l..t. 1 1111H;
2 Acres.
C'IHC'I'I'I' 427 of 22 E,
NEWS i* certificate Nos All that. portion i 8 R. ALSO:
('HTY. and See Line I 8W. 'II \ ,
J W. Knight and little TO DEFENDANT of 1930 and 1931 respectively for the 3 E,. lying N of Half 22 Tp. 88. The taxes to be sold are evidenced NEy of tW .W\ '
Sec <
NOTICE represent unpaid. taxes Temples. Sub-Dlv. certificate. Non 257 and 1395 8W34 .
Jacksonville,, ,
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'\ .. daughter. Sandra \> O t). C'A MPBJoLL.Plaintiff. years 1929 to 19:19, both Inclusive.amounting R 22 E.. 11 Acres. of 1920 and 1933 respectively, and Acres. 12

diversified program wan of are visiting Mrs. Knlgl. parents to $40.6l.ALSO The taxes to be sold are eviaenfed unpaid taxes for the The tax t h.
1 I.
A oiVanclerbllt. -V" at Blk t5 L, T & No. lOlt of 1933 represent 1931. both Inclusive ed by ,. .. .,
Norman certificate to
F. M CAMPBELL. Lou I. by '
weekly meeting Mr. and Mrs. ('ORA JONES : NE" of NEVS 8ec.n unpaid taxes for the y-ars .29. and certll. I
fered at the regular Defendant. CO'II Sub-Dlv of and represent amounting to $35 'I
\ STATE OF I R. 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive SWVi of SEH Less years I 93 I ti' IIPlld 't.. ,
of OF THE 6 B. of '
Scouts IN TUB NAME Tp. bV Sid ...Idenc.d years ALSO: WV4 n Ih
70. Boy .
of Troop are $41.09. 7 S. amounting to ''D,
Mr. and Mrs. HI* Norman I.'IAiRIIA, (1REBTINO-: The taxes to and 1185 amounting to of Rd of Way. Sec. a Tp. ::
So. : Lots
last Friday evening. The attendedchurcb To Cora Junta Campbell whose by certificate. andrepresent ALSO: 7 A.. In SW orotSFg R. Acres. 4 lk
America, Vanderbilt : r.speetively .. 7 } 11 Co's B-D 11
of I of
address 1933 8. In:
and family residence and. place o( of 1932 and theyears NW14 Sec. 22 Tp. 6 .. be sold are evidenced 1 "
the Tp. I \
meeting was called to order at services at Evergreen Sun unknown. unpaid 1919 taxesijJt! ,,. ve, Acr.... evidenced The by certificate. No. 152 of 1912, I The s.taips. n. 2. E 11\ '
hereby required to appear 1931 to be sold are the h.
to for "'1
appointed time and was Immediately day night. i You to are the bill of complaint filed amounting. to 3273. tI L. T The by taxes certificate Nos. 316 and 1040of and represent unpaid both taxes Inclusive) .d by certificat., {",< 'Art .
171k 1931 to and
of andrepresent or1
before 3 years 111. represent '
to the game- and Marcus Howard ol herein against you on or ALt4O: Lots 2. of NEY5t4p0. 1931 .and 1933 respectively to $ paid' f'
turned over T. L. the 3rd day. of July A. D.it3. a Co' Rub-Dlv of N2i unpaid taxes for theyears amounting years 1933 to 1i1. .r

master. Senior Patrol Leader Ralford were the guests of Milton Monday... .xVto4. ?. U E. evld.no.ed 1930 to 1939. both inclusive.amounting ALSO: Al that certain piece of amountln& to $it 74, ''n,
this section ordered that thin b sold are UI..6.It. B of SWVi of SEVi In tax
of further land in
enjoyedby Is to
It l'ertC'
Games were BUHton Norman d by a\'b 'ng.lb
Hayes. and s49335nll 2. S, Bounded aU
Knos Bradford Lots 24
published In the by certl No of Blk 7 or of SEVi S..C.
be SEVi
order 1166 I LSO: NI{, '
all) In attendance for this. flrot Sunday. County Telegraph. a newspaperpublished ed by certificate Nos.. 435 ana, and L. T & Co's S-I) of NEVi of NEtt Llnnle. Williams Land N by Fug- .. r.ri\"l'&l

of the meeting' Cheer leader Norman of this section In said. County of Bradford of 1932 and 1933 respectively for the Sec 26 Tp. 6 S R. 22 E ossl 8 by H. H. Hall. & West byMyers
part Velma taxes Sec. 24 Tp. 7 Btarke. i'u" i
Miss once each week. for four con- represent unpaid to be sold are land. 18 Acres on the Bih..
Ituddy Davis led the group In a attended Sunday School and .seeutlv. week years. 1931 to 1919.: both inclusive.amounting The liy taxes certificate. Nos. 488 and 1186 8. R. 21 E. 18 Acres. "J&tS 11100: 'c-k i\.0''

number of cheers which were en- church services at Ralford Sunday WITNESS:, my hand and official A. D. to $2605 of Blk 46 L T & of 19S1 and 1933 respectively, and theyears The taxes. to be sold are evldenc. 1939. tM the 2oih *a" ,,|J
Heal thin lilt day. of Jun., ALSO: Lot 4 unpaid taxes for No. 154 of 1932
tered Into in true Scout fashion of NEV4 of NEW Sea. represent Inclusive, ed by c.rtltc..t. (OFFICIAL
morning. |QQQOFFICIAL. Co's Sub-Dlv 1930 to 1939. both taxes for the SEAU ,
making the room of meeting ring of Ralfordpent ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 211 Tp. 6 S. n. U E. I amounting to $34.06. and 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, Clerk of Clrcul I' ,Ur" ''
Frances Bloodsworth Clerk Circuit Court. 6-2 It 6-23 The'taxes. to be sold are.evident'67 AF.HOLois 14. 15 of Blk :14: In years t41._0"_. County, Florida, ,
with their voices. The Scoutmaster : last week with his Grandparents ed bv certificate Nos 497 Hampton- ; Sec.-ljj Tp.: 7 S R. 22 E. amounting ALSO: SWVi 10 of SWVi: Ex. 1.8 A.I I
then explained a plan to Increase Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman >OTICK Of APPLICATION! FOR of 1930 and 1933 respectively taxes for UV'I The taxes to be Bold .are evidenced 478 of- In NE Cor 1.48 A., In SW Cor. ot. ORDER OF rl.IU'ATIO.
meetIngs DEED represent unpaid Nos. 423 and Tp. 7 S. ('''
attendance at the regular I TAX both by certificate NWVi of SWVi Sec. 1 R NO''I APPEU
and represent
of Vanderbilt.Mr. 'Ir..le< the boys
of the
advancements Frank Norman NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN. amounting to 1773. 48 1... T ft Co' unpaid taxes for The taxes. to be sold are evidenced I..v..on.3:ii.n, ,, .' 1.
and Church attendance. IncludedIn and Mrs. That FoHter Hhl Smith holder of ALSO: Lot 3 of of NEVi Sec. 88TlTh6e years 1930 to 1919 both inclusive by certificate. No. 533 of 1932, harg, Prna.hlnl., 't.
of Bind family of this section were! Tax. Certificate No. 179 Issued the Sub-Dlv. of NE 4 amounting to $151.S3. unpaid taxes. for the You are. b..r..b
and represent .
was the offering 1936 n. ZZ E. of NE% Sec. ) )"tup
this plan A. D. B. uk
September of 8EV4 Inclusive,
WW both <
day ALSO 1939. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs, 2nd. sold .are evident'ed : 1931 to all 1
years ,
the three best patrols In the respective visiting her parents has filed. name In my office and has taxes to be Nos 499 and 1168 23 Tp. 68. R, 22 E 20 Acres. amounting to $73.62 his bill of ot pl..lnl 'la dOl

fields each month the Tate Crosby of Rising Monday.Mr. made application for a tax deed to by certificate 1931 respectively andrepresent The taxes to be sold; are evidenced 1833- ALSO: All 8EV4 of PlOYS E of Ry., Fannie L. 'lKan
of 11ev..n..r
be issued thereon. I i of 1931 and the by certificate No. 1041 Tp. 7 8. H. 22 E., C. iobLs.
4 Acres :
totheir of Vanderbilt taxes the Rn, .
fol- unpaid for 1
Cecil Manning the taxes Iec.
honor of attaching a pennant Maid certificate embraces 1, 1919. both Inclusive, .and represent unpaid 4 Acres. David. O. nO"H. .f.n a""
visitor oi described properly In the years 1930 to 1939, both Inclualve.amountlnA' evidenced .
patrol staff Indicating whichf was a business lowing $15.95.ALSO )ears 1933 to the taxes to be sold are that affidavit fu" 'thru.1this

these they had excelled In. In Starke Saturday.Mr. County Ida. to-wit of :Bradford: State: of Flor- amounting. : 3 to A. In 8W Sec Cor.. 33 of Tp.SW 6 %S. ALSO: E 100 to 48.U.ft of N 245 ft of WHof .and fi) by cerlflc.le No.taxes 534. of for 1932 theyears In case order 859 has In th le, ,.|.. dull I f",.

A'H of SE'4 E of Ry Section of NW% W of Ry of NEVi Sec 28Tp ul| r"
each Inclusive
addition one member from and Mra Levy Norman and S"% 21 22 E. 8 AcresThe NWV1\ of SBV1 1931 to 1939. both Bradford County P ,,,3. In
7 K uth Range It. ,
20. Township evidenced 8> S R 22 E. to $16.24. the relief .
to sold are amounting cery; ,
successful patrol was Invited family of this section were in Kant. Containing 20 Acres more or taxes certlficatrNo.. to be 43S of 1934 The taxes to be sold .are evidenced 1933.- ALSO: NWVi of NW% Sec. 20 Tp. l is. the fore 'losurt.uJh..?.,'r "'
mid-week meet- business Saturday Ie..... by for the by certificate No. 1063 of 40 Acres. ed 'f6
E. December
attend the regular Sampson City on of the "aid and. represent unpaid taxes for theyears 7. S R 23 17 ,93
property "
The assessment .. unpaid evidenced -
and represent sold are
Club as guests issued 1933 to I'M1: both Inclusive, Inclusive, The taxes to be following described lanrt" ,
Ing of the Rotary afternoon. under the said certificate years 1932 to 191'i\ both No. 543 of 1932, In Bradford
certificate !
of that organization. was In the name of K. !:I. !:Cur amounting to lir/Tl: to U8.20.A by for the 'r FI.IJ
of the members Lewis Clemons of Hellbronn was of NE'4 & EH( of .amounting and. represent unpaid taxes wit: WI{, of NW ,.
hand work rency.Unless. ALSONH'4: Lot 19 In Peetsvllle, embracIng 1931 to 1911, both Inclusive .and of
J..80 .r
for R.
shall be 7 : years rfr
Other plans business certificate 11 Tp. EV NE\
trlaltlng Levy Norman on Ha Id NW'/ of NEW Sec: NW! of NEW & NE" of .amounting to $62.57. I In 14. n
were discussed which will be cent- Monday. redeemed. described according therein to law will, theprt.perty be 19 E. 60 Acres. evidenced I NW'4 Sec. 35 Tp. B S. R. 22 E.. 8 ALSO: NM! of NEVi Sec. 21 Tp. 7 prior lien thereon .nd toll. .!,

ered around the making of displays old to the highest! bidder at the The taxes to he sold Nos are 7 and 4 of Acres. S. K..2 B., 80 Acres. L_ Stevenson a widow art

of trees by house door on the first Monday liy certificate and represent The taxes. to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced required to appeal in 114
of several types GUM BRANCH court the month of July. 1939 1932 and 1918 respectively by certificate No. 868 of 1913 by certificate No. 656 of 1982, on June 19, A D8i\ 9 ?,
the years
Tne Bat patrol drew In unpaid taxes for taxes for the taxes. for the the .,f 'ci|,' if,
the patrols. which In the 3rd day of July 1939. Inclusive, .amount- and represent. unpaid and represent unpaid alle"aton. ||
tree, the Mohican pecan. Mrs. Kdd: 1'nrrKh, Cor. Liuted this 24th day of May 1839.OFFICIAL 1931 to 1931 both years 19J2 to 1939. both Inclusive years 19il to 1939, both Inclusive, taker. ??
the pine SEAL) A. J. Thomas '"ALSO1- 13 of amounting to 4201. amounting to $169.42. by you: Brlldroldunl" il,
4 12.
Panther ( it. ,
Beaver. plum and peach; Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 1. 2. Sec. S Tp. 7 S. AL OLot: 24 Peetsvlllfl., embracing ALSO: NW% of NWVi See 2 Tp. Is de&n..t..d' as th ''W.pa
the ; and the Wolf the I'arrishItarnageJ. County, Florida. -26 5t 6-23 Blk 1* Ward City N>.4 of Nfo:". & NKt of NWVi\ 7 8. R 22 E.. 40 Acres. the publcaton >f ,??
cypress of this section I It. 20 E. 5 M R. 22 E, 6 Acres. to be sold are evidenced once each fom ODo
A. Harnage evidenced Sec 35 Tp. The taxes
tree ..
unit. Different Darts of the The taxes to he sold are evidenced ... 1922, _, ..1.
of his or IAI.K or TA X of 1932, ...nar.pr"H..nt Tne taxes. to be cola are by certificate "o or -
marriage soi'ICB No.
will be placed i ; ;a board together announces the CF.HTIPIC'ATKS by certificate taxes for the by certificate Nos. 309 and 874 and represent. unpaid taxes for the Wit'e.my hand and Jlrl,

with with products that make daughter. Miss Leila. Harnage to Notice In. hereby. given that. WaldoPrln..le years 1931 unpaid to 1414 both inclusiveamounting of 1932 afid 1933 respectively taxes. for and the years 1931 to 139. both Inclusive. at.(OFFICIAL"'turldahh SEAL) 1| T1Clerk :

Parrl h son of Mr. and has. filed with me wrltt..nrequ..t 37. repre".ntlnpald amountng to 14.1. A.
Mr. Kdd to $60 ,
commercially Inclusive of of Circuit court
trees valuable See 1931 to 1919 1214 of NEVi B
these the tax. certificatestoKether of SWV4 years :
next Friday Mrs. Euston Parrl h, of Hellbronn, that with all nubnequent omitted ALSO: SE'4 of NEV 10 Acres. amounting to $311.89.AL SCV4 Sec. 22 Tp. 1:1 R. 22 E: 10 County, Florida.
21 E.,
The regular 1 Tp. 88. H. N of Ry., Knight & Knight -
SW' tsfkt
> ,
Saturday the State evidenced O: NE 4 of Acres.
of Miami on held by
levied taxed be sold are
formerly or .
be but to
night at 7:43 o'clock will be advertised and Hold to the high The taxes certificate Nos 69 and 338 Sec 19 Tp. 7 S R 22 R, 38 Acres. I The taxes to be sold are evldenc- Attorneys for plaintiff \.1'
of the Scout afternoon. :May 27. by by anrepresent The taxes to be sold are .evidenc
held In the absence eat bidder for cash a. provided of 1924 and 1933 respectively ) 331 .and 1439 -
the Junior Parrlsh received her education Chapter 18206 of the 1937 .act ot unpaid taxes for the ed'i'Y certificate Nos. and
absence Mrs.
In his 1933 respectively
the following both Inclusive,, of 1927
the Legislature, upon 1939.
Assistant Scoutmaster Frank at Hellbronn while Mr. described. real estate In the County amounting years 1923 to to $17 41. represent. unpaid taxes for the BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Robinson III and Senior Patrol Parrlah received his schooling at of Bradford Htate:, of Florlda.to-wlt: ALSO: MW% of SW'4\ Sec. 7 Tp. I 8 years 1926 to 1919 both Inclusive,

Lots 0 and 24 In Woodlawn tlec. ItTl S. n. 21 E, 40 Acres amounting to 9370. Sec. 27 Tp. 7 Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
Leader Enos Hayes will have Miami. >, 5 8. K. 22 E, 20 Acres. The taxes to he sold are evidenced ALSO: SWV. of SEVi AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY
be sold. are evidenced 119 of 1911, S. R 21 E, 40 Acres.
will have re have The taxes to certificate. No.
The Parrlah a by
boys evidenced -
and Mra. NIGHT
charge. Mr. by certificate Nos 17 .and 219 unpaid taxes for thyears The taxes to be sold are AND

turned from New York and the host of friends and relatives who of 1932 and 1934 respectively and and represent 1930 to 1119. both Inclusive, by certificate Nos 93 and and 627 represent of- 53 PHOTOS 5

will report marriedlife unpaid. taxes for the $58.68. 1924 and 1933 respectively BENNETT Mgr.
Worlds Fair and give a wish them a long. happy represent amounting to for the years O. H.
1931 to 1939 both Inclu..lve.alllollntlllM" ,. &Sec 7 Tp. 6 8. R. 21 unpaid taxes
of their trip and activities at together. They will be at years to 166.25.ALSO. E,ALSO8EV4 160 Acres. 1923 to 1111, both Inclusive amountIng "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL

this meeting. Continued activities home to their friends here. : Lot 25 In Woodlawn Sec The taxes to be sold are' evidenced to $169.40.ALSO Cor of NHH
10 Acres 1931,, : 6 Acres In NE
16 Tp 6 8. K 22 E. certificate. No. 120 of
of the Troop are appealing to the H. H. Keene of Shamrock spent The taxes. to be sold are evidenced and by represent unpaid taxes. for the of NE14 being. 610 ft N & S by 420

best In the boys and Increasingly with Mrs. Keene by certificate No. 194 and 622 years. 1930 to 1119. both Inclusive,, ft E A W Sec 20 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E. i.
the week-end respectively, and 6 Acres.The .
of 1932 and 1933 to $191.20.
the Ideals of Scouting are taking represent unpaid. taxes. for the ALSOLot 49 In Woodlawn Sec, taxes to be sold are evidenced -

hold of the members of the troop here.Mr. years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive. 15 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E, 10 Acres l>r certificate. Nos 129 and and 496
and Mrs. William Green oi amounting to 3436. The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1929 and 1933 respectively,
with results of these Ideals being oRvllle the weekendwllh 1 ALSO: Lots 21, 26, 27, t* In 'Wood. by certificate Nos 205 and 589 represent. unpaid taxes for the
exhibited In their dally lives. Con- Jack spent lawn Sec. 16 Tp. 6 S. K. 22 E, 40 of 1931 and 1933 respectively anrepresent years. 1928 to 1914, both Inclusive
the his uncle and aunt, Mr. and I Acres. unpaid taxes for the amounting to $3274. YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 33
tinued cooperation among par The. taxes to be .sold are evidenced I 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive,, AL O: NE>4 of NEH N of River
ents and the towns people with Mrs. J. S. Sapp. by certIficate" Nos 193. 231 and years to $2771 Sec 83 Tp. 1 8. R. 21 E, 20 Acres.
this fine troop Is desired so that Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Norman.dallghtel'll. ,, 102 of 19.12, 1935 and 1937 respectively -. ALSO: NKV4 nf NE'4 Sec 23 Tp The taxes to be sold. are 101 evidenced and 542- GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORTO
unpaid. taxesfor bY' certificate nos
Helen and Dorothea, and represent 6 S. R 22 K, 40 Acres.
the fullest measure of value may the years ItUl to 1939. both In- taxes to he sold are evidenced of 1924 and 19J3 respectively and
be Been. among the boysHAMPTON. : spent the week-end with her parents cluHlve amounting to 194.48..Ma The by certificate No 316 of 1911 represent. unpaid taxes for the PAYSmith's

Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae. Id tax. certificates together and represent unpaid taxes for the years 1923 to 1111 both Inclusive
-- with .all subsequent omitted or I 1930 to 1'1'9. both Inclusive, amounting to $54.66.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish oi the years 3 In Woodlawn Sec.
Levied tuxe* will be sold to .amounting to $((1152' ALSOLot
this section were visiting his highest bidder at the Court housti ALSOS'A: of Lot 58 In Woodlnwr 32 Tp. 5 S. R 22 J10: Acres
Bibs Ada JVInuno, Correspondent Parrlsh oi door In Mtarke on the 9th day of'' Sec 19 Tp. 5 S. R 23 E, 5 Acres The taxes to be sold are evidenced Garag
mother, Mrs. Euston June, 193, at 11.00: o'clock A. M. The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 279 of 1914 '
Hellbronn and Mr. and Mrs. R. Dated this the 20th day of May, by certificate Nos 110 I and 649 ol and represent unpaid taxes for the I

Mrs. Jack Beal and daughter Starke Sua- 1939. 1128 and 1911 respectively and yearn. 1933 to 1939. both Inclusive !
1.. Clemons of near (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, unpaid taxes. for thyears < amounting to 2048.
returned to their home here aftera day afternoon. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford represent 1927 to nil both Inclusive, ALSO: WMi of Lot 52 In Wood-

visit. with friends and relativesIn Mrs. Sherman Lowreyof County Florida. 6-26 3t si'lOi'IIi3 amounting to $23.60. lawn 8ec29 Tp. 5 S R. 22 E. 1Arr. 5
Mr. and 7 8 & N% of Lot ...
ALSO: Lots 1,6, ,
Lc-e burg the past several days. Fernandioa spent the weekendwllh .end All Lot 41 In Woodlawn Sea The taxes to be .sold are evidenced -

Louis Dempsey and sisters of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. : <' OF Htl.K OK 'rxBIITIYI'AI'Ic't 16 30 Tp I 5 S It 22 E. 55 Acres by certificate No. 272 of 1934. '

the guests of that Brook- The taxes. to be .sold are ..vlI..ncedhy and represent unpaid taxes for the -r'i I
Gainesville were Is hereby given
H. H. Keene her. Notice Company, Inc. hai certificate Nos. 149 .and 81 II of years 1933 to 1939. both Inclusive
:Marvin Blrt and his mother last F. Harnage returned er Turpentine thai 1A28 and 1933 respectively and represent amounting to 1516.
Mrs. W. filed with me written request unpaid taxes for the yean ALSO: 714\ Acres In E14 of NWViof

Sunday home Wednesday after spending the tax certificates omitted together levied with 1927 to 1911 both Inclusive, amount I'EI.less N 2 Acres. Sue, 32 Tp
William Barwlck of Graham was all subsequent or 6. S. U 22 E.. 6 Acres
of the week wither to $124.19ALSO .
the first part the State. be advertised Ing .
taxes by evidenced
here this : All SEVl of 512% W of Ry.Ser ., The taxes to be sold are
transacting Mr.. lil to the highest hlddetfor
and daughter and no and 1289
Bon-ln-law certificate Nos 488
by Chapter. 14 Tp. 5 S. U 23 f:., 80 Acres liv
week. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of the 18296 cash of the as 1937 provided acts of the Legislature The taxes to be sold No. are 181 evidenced of 1931and of 1412! : and unpaid 1911: respectively taxes. for andrepresent the

Miss Willie Mae Hlnson, who has Pine Level section. upon the following describedreal by certificates unpaid taxes for th years 1131 to Inclusive,
of Brad. represent Ws.bolh
the World'sFair and little estate In the 'ounty Inclusive,, amounting to $
been In attendance Mrs. Roy Clemons State of Florida, to-wit I years 1931 to till
ford. I ALSO SWVi of SWVi Sec 2 Tp. 6
\ :
returned to her of this Cor of $.c. 25 & Run amounting to $5783
In New York Betty Jean. section Com at N\V
daughter. M ALSO WWj of NWM of NI5V, XSWV4 S. It 21 B, 40 Acres.

home here this week spent Sunday with Mr. and <440 n 435 yds.yds.to S pt 440 of yds.Heg.W 36 435 A.v.15 Alec of SEU Sec. 11 Tp. 7 S. R 21, I The by taxes certificate to be No..sold 115 are evidenced of 1931-,

Revival services began at the Mrs. R. L. demons. (-out. at NW Cor of $ec. 25 & Run. K The. 60 Acres.taxes to be sold are evldenced ., and represent unpaid. taxes for theyears
of Jack- K 4\\10 yds. H 440 yds to pt of Beg of 1912,, 1930 to 1911. both Inclusive,
Baptist Church last Sunday andS MIllS Melba: Clemons Thence. i: S80 yds. S 830 yds, W 3MC by certificate No. 134 \
taxes for < amounting to 5743.
will continue throughout this ..onvtlle spent the week-end with yds. N H80 yds to the pt.20 of K.: Beg lot and.. represent 1131 to .unpaid 1939 both Inclusive,. ALSO: Lots 1, 2 or BW of Rile 40

week. The services will be under her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 72 A. Sec. 25 Tp. 7 S. K. amounting to 61.111. L. T CoOs Sub-Dlv. of NEVi ofNFH
Aci'es.The. Of NRVi of NW, : See. 28 Tp. 6 S: R 22 B.
ALSO: K 10 A. I
I. S. to b. sold are evidenced
the Rev. taxes
the supervision of Clemons. No. 85 of 1931 Sec. 11 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E, 10 Acres.The I The taxes. to be sold are evidenced -
Murphy of Seville, assisted by R. A. and J. E. Norman were by certificate and represent unpaid taxes to be sold are evldenc. r>v certificate Nos. 493 and 1155

the local pastor Rev. C. R. Robinson visiting Junior Clemons Sunday respectively taxes. for the years 1930 to 1939,. ed by certificate No. 137 of 1932. of 1930: and 1933: respectiveand
to $149.32. .. .and represent unpaid taxes for the I represent unpaid taxes for the
and the assistant pastor.Rev. afternoon. liutli; Inclusive, amounting years 1931 to 1931 both Inclusive, \ years 1121 to 1119. both Inclusive,

was visiting Dave! together with, amounting to $13.49. amounting to $81.89.I .
C. A. Warren. J A. Harnage hialdtfxc.rtlfieftt..
nil .uL ntnlttttft_ l.evieo I ALSOLots 2, 4 of Blk L. Orlglna ALSO: EH! of NW<4 of 8EV Ex
Mr. and Mrs Bverette Geiger Clemons of Hellbronn Frldajmorning. taxes suoseriueni will be sold v..u to the or highest Town, of "tll.rke. NKH of SW% Sea. N 6 Acres Sec.' 30 Tp 6 8. R. 22E. ''

the Court house door IrStarke 28 Tp 6 S. II. 22 E. ., 14 Acres I -----
the of bidder at &vld.n-I
been guests :
recently The taxes to be sold are The taxes to tie sold are evldenced -
9th day of June 1939
Mrs. Gelger'a parents, Mr. and I Pete ParrUih of Hellbronn win i 00 on o'clock the A. M ed by certificate. No. cal of 19:121: by certificate. No. 422 of 1934,
Billie Harnage Sunday of at II : and represent unpaid taxes. for theyears and represent. unpaid taxes for the
Mrs. B. E. Hall. visiting Dated this the 20th. day of MayOFFICIAL ,
1911 to 1919. both Inclusive, years 1933 to 1119: both Inclusive. Ii

Mr and Mrs. Lester Kite of: this section. U39. ..m I .amounting to $24 81.
( \Ll.ourtA J Jro"'f'oaJ :n'L.4\: 1.r.:4 Woodlawn of CI
of ALSO: In ALSO: Rt: ( of S\VH 8EH\ Sec
Starke attended preaching services Clerk CiMintv Floilila, 6-2H 3t 69Ollnl.:11 Sec 15 Tp. 5 S. H. 23 1':.. 20 Acres. 34 Tp. 63. R. 23 1;:.. 20 Acres ,
at the Baptist Church last Sunday LAWTEY The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced The taxes to be sold are. evidenced
Bill riummer. ( or. OF RI.IT4TION ANDOTICK : by certificate. No. 608 of 1933 by certificate. NOM. 578 and 13301030 II
evening. \VIIIIam ( ) % "'0 "I..J \II and represent unpaid taxes for the of and 1933 respectively and

Avery Denison. one of our efficient The !Mn<. of Kl rld. to C'ny Kilnnrd years 1932 to 1111. both Inclusive, represent unpaid. taxes for the
of firming- *. Ft. t'lar",i>, Csmal Zone : ..amounting! $72.18. years 1929 to 1931 both Inclusive,
painters was transacting Mln Grace A.rwood 1 You are notified that Mary hid- I ALSOLots: 1. 2, 8. 4. 6 I of BIt 5 amounting to $44 66ALSO .

business In Gainesville this week ham, Ala., is visiting her parents, wards. as plaintiff has duly filed I. T &: Co's Add. to Starke' InV', : NE', of NS.c 3 Tp. 7 I II '
II D Arwood. her bill of complaint for dlvorci of NKV, Sec 23 Tp. 6 I S' R 22 E. S. R. 12 E.. 40 Acres '
and Mrs. .
against you. Coy Kdwards: as defendant The taxes to be sold are evidenced I The taxes to be sold are evidenced .
Raymond Phinuner and Tommy: and that affidavit for th. by certificate No. 1102 of 1 '11. liy certificate Nos. 511 .and 1358

both members of the Issuance of this order has been. duly and represent unpaid taxes. for the of 1930 and 1931 respectively and
BUSINESS Thomas filed, all In Circuit Court of Brad veers 1912 to 1131. both Inclusive, represent unpaid taxes for' the II
Navy Reserve Air Hose at Apalachicola ford County Florida. In Chancery amounting to $12130AI.SO years 1929 to 1H1.: both Inclusive,

are visiting the former'i, Case. No. 863; and you. Coy Edwards : Lot 7 of Blk S L. T & Co's amounting to $77.81ALHO I I I iI
DIRECTORYThe are hereby required to appear Add to Starke' In WLj of NRU Sec : NKH of NBi' of SW% Sec
parents. :Mr. and Mrs. M. Briummer. In .said cause. on June adth 2S Tp. 6 S. R. 22 1;:. 3 'rp. 7 S. R. 22 E.. 10 Acres.
1939.\ otherwise the allegations. ol The taxes to be sold .are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evldenc.ed .
said bill of complaint will be taker by certificate No 1103 of 1933, bv certificate. No. 600 and 1351 I I I'I
Chas. Howe. employee of as confessed. by you: Bradford I and represent unpaid taxes. for the of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and

University of Miami, Is spending County Telegraph Is designated at years 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive, represent unpaid' taxes for the
Mr the duly qualified newspaper foi amounting to $22.41.: { years 1829 to 1911 both inclusive I
his vacation with his parents. the publication of this order onc I ALSO: Lot 5 of SIlk 5 L. T A Co's ..amounting $34.10.ALSO .

The drink I and Mrs. J. A. Howe. Mrs Howi each week for four consecutlvweeks Add to Starke' InV of NE<\4 Sec 2 Acres In 'or of V

Miami with her son ). U Tp. 6 S. 11. 23 n I of NWVi S"c. 4 Tp. S. R 2: :
that I will return to Witness. my hand. and official seal The taxes to be sold are evidenced APTtBS.
V. R. Reddiah. former city at Starke, Florida, this May 23 I by certificate Nos 4.1'1 111)1 and I The taxes to lie sold .are evldene- GROUP A PICK 2 CROUPBPICXI
I sheriff. Is in IU' 374 of 1919 1933 and 1934 respectively .d hy certificate No. 80T and 1310
everybotlyknows Marshall and deputy (*KAL) A. J. Thomas Clerk ol I and. represent unnutd raves I of 1930 and 1933: respectively and
a Jacksonville hospital suffering Circuit Court of Bradtuid County,. for the years 1929 to 1111 both Inclusive represent unpaid taxes for tie Jo*""!' '
1 heart attack. Hi Florida ;amounting to 5141. years 1929 to 1111.: both incluisi .' [AI..fc.I So.......8 MOL cJAm.rtcan 'oultr ::
from a severe Knight A Knight, Attorneys for ALSO-<4 of N>., of NRi N't, I am'Intlng to $2536 Am.rinl ... .8 mot. I IQ 0 irs. l.r's Gazette '
was. stricken while hunting cattle Plaintiff B-28 4t t-t-lt of SS of NK.4 less. I Acre forChurch ', .\M'0: SEi, of SWt, of PEVi Sec. Christian Herald .,.......&.6 mot 0 Ci.leaI AensflC". ;'

<: six mile east of Lawt*y. Acres. Sec 1 Tp 6 I S. R. 21 E., 79 'I! 4 The. taxes S. R to 22 lie E sold. 10 are Acres evlilenc- D Ho*. Art* .Nttdl.etalt' ..2fr 0 First jaurtiskl31. '.>"'..1:.

5 :\tl'ltB OK .. ,I...: OF. T'XcnTI..If' The taxes to be sold are ed hy certificate Nos- 400 and 136$ I Household Magaxis; ...2yr Good Storiel ..
\OTICn OI* APl9.HTtIt5soil .' ..t: ed by certificate No. 6S7 .vld..n"-I lot nil and 1933 respectively, andrepre"ent D McCaU' Macau .....1 yf.D O Horn Circle .... '

I Tmeici*.. iaiNOTSL. Notice Is hereby given that T" J, and. r..pr..ntlnpald taxes for theyears unpaid taxes for theyears Modern Romance .I yr. d Horn* Friesdlrlymoat .,.
DOT. CO. .: IH MKIIKIIY O1VHN,, request. that the tax certificates to f 154 82 "' to $22.69. \ DOpes Road (Boys) ......lye. OHousehoW Ma8a3ft; ..:

I That nth K. I...eh tiuldrr No. or S3.a l..par.uetli <- together with all subsequenti ALSO: loOt s: of Blk 17, Sampson' :I ALSO: Lot. 4 of Rile II. U. T ,. o faresH' Magaime .. ..6 not.DfatsimdV 0 Home ArI." ..

tlon of Tax Certificate of July A. It ISIS ha. i ,) or levied taxes held by Ih.St.&t. City 8..'. 4 Tp. 7 S. It. 21 E. 1 (' /Sub-Hlv of NE. of NE4 See Sth day advertised and sold to th be sold evidenced Tp. S 8. n. U E.The c'
WE ARE I In office and hai, he The taxes to are Pr.gr.esve Farmer .4 yr$. Nail Live Sto ,.
flle lax DRomanhc 1'r.
for a ... .
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS made application HaM rrrtlflrntiemhiitrcs Chapter 1819 of the 1837 acts of 133 .and 191% respectively, and .d. by certificate No. U2 and 1139 St .. 0 Fa"5 .

I be Issued thereon.tli. following .t.wrlb..<' of the Legislature upon the foi. represent unpaid taxes fnr the of 1929 and 1931 respectively, and H5?. 10- .......1 yr. 0 'rOlr.i. Kid |Oj...

I In the I'nunty of llmdfordState lowing described real estate In the years 1931 to H39.\ both inclusive.amounting I represent unpaid taxes for theyears DS1ver Sr. .....lyr.nSo 0." hl.I" .. ,
I pruportx of Florida to-wlt: County of Bradford. State of Florida to 13574 192S to 1939. both Inclusive, Api.ltit .4yn. 0 S< Agfldllft"Tnee 1 ......
CARPENTER'SThe of NKi- 'WH of VCI.nf to-wlt: AloI'I()): lot 2 of Blk 11. T. T A Co's ,, amounting to $17.99 o Isr56 .. .:
KH"H\V., of. HWVi of NKH: ."K. i ,>' NW'VStW(4 : W 75 ft of tat of nik 4 Townof Stib-Dlr. of NKH of NEV Sec. 2S AL40: Com. at, a pt. "H chns W C'ein. .......lyr. 0 S.cl World ......

Rexall: Store of BKVt; W"* of HK"' <4 of SWV4: I.awl.yV of liy.. Sec. II Tp 5 Tp S S. R. 2t B. I of IE' Cor of NE<4 & Run W 131 QW.wo..2" 0
NK of 8WVi of BW. Bectlm K.1t.UE. The taxes to be sold are evidenced yds. 516 yds. E lit yds. S 616
and % to be sold evidenced 47 and 1140<< to be *"_ *
Township ft Huuth. Kane 12: The taxes are by certificate No. E"l a Tp "
PLUMBINGPrompt Past 13. containing1 14O ....".. more o\ by certificate Nos. 210 and 694 o( of 130 and 1933 respectively, and Acres.The :
1931 and 1933 respectively and r.pr."enllnpald taxes for the taxes to be sold are evldenc-

Service at less The assessment Reasonable Prices arty under the paid! eertlftvate. Issued )rare 1SJ4 to 19JS both Inclusive, amounting to $30: .84. of ItU ..,4 1911: respectively, and COUNTY
In the name of Unknown amounting to |J4.13.Atj ALSOS S-4 of W14 of NEi. of represent unpaid taxes. for the
Let Me Estimate Your Job ,: Unless was said cvrllftoate nhall. hiredeemed \ .0: NWV of 8WUt NEt Sec. 2 Tp. S S. 11. 21 "., ISAcres. years. 1926 to 1919. both Inclusive,
thi ec. 14 Tp. S 8. It. St K.'lO"<.-?. I amounting to $8050
C. M. RITCH I property d..crlbe l n'rh.lftla.iia: l>:,'I The taxes to be sold are ...14.DO.oIId. The taxes 10 W sold are ....14.nctd- ALSO: "UI of SWV Sec. 2 Tj. 7 STARKE, FLA.b.&TII' .

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" "'1 vERNOen CONE TAKES OVERtor9 TO MERITS OF ., LICENSE The Strife Is Over But-
.:,r j Children's Home LAW EXPLAINEDThe ,
n. Legislature adjourned problem, with a request that the 6Q.DAY SESSIONHistory I

s the Fee last Friday many Governor assemble a special ses- "Santa Claus In June" Is the result certainly must be The Memory Lingers On '
N laI1as Judged that Florida's sion in November.It will record the 1939 slogan of The Children's Home gratifying to those who cooperated -
U vernmental activities was clear that the semi-Inde Florida Legislature as one which I Society of Florida--which during with the Florida Safety Coun- -- --
t :: by their! failure pendent activities of the State authorized millions of dollars In I i the present month Is making an cil in Its efforts to bring about a By Russell Kay they represent At the same time .
Ie endmtgeredI : program through government were adequately financed new spending and provided earnest effort to stir up "The state-wide Drivers' License and Well the great Raspberry Fern- the fact that there Is no money
"tn I revenue for another two years because money to spend no Christmas Giving Spirit" throughout Highway Patrol Law. stated tival Is over and while thingsdldn't I to meet 'em with is not their fault P

q39 session .one, who will bet generally speaking, the Ahead the entire State in order that Asher Frank. Director of the exactly turn out the WRY so when Fred gets through with '
. t (governor; nest for almost two Legislature didn't disturb their government is red ink operation of the Society will be able to secure Council, today. some folks would have liked to, his little veto job they can all
rivers them revenue sources. maybe "rubberchecks" : have it, nevertheless there was no count on going back to Tallahassee
greatly needed funds, food wear- No one is
tM rs iGngrkeep essential The State Road government In the wordsof organization responsible great harm done. In another two and
:U ed Department House Speaker O. Pierce ables and good family homes to for the passage of this Act. year
erIal 1 p with the money largest in this class, will continueto who forecast Wood, provide for the more than eleven The P.-T. A.. the American Legion The Legislature tried Its best to try again.
going a deficit of ,
,/81 get the proceeds from three of 000. $12,000- hundred homeless, helpless abused the Junior Chamber of Commerce, please everyone and If you auk The "Tragic Situation" pointed t '

th. provided Ot the others, as usual the seven cents of gasoline tax- deserted and needy little Florida the Sheriffs' Association, the Fed- me they did a swell job of It. One to In such alarm by certain legislators ii
,r .DY about an extra lIeathe about $10,000,000 a year. The But Gov. Fred P. Cone, who can children that have already eration of Womens' Clubs the crowd wanted bigger and better and private Interests has ''i

hd wing counties will get the proceeds from prevent expenditures by refusing been referred to the Society so Press, and civic groups everywhere I appropriations and I mean they turned out to be just another bug-

I,M only man who can call another three cents of the tax as to sign checks or by vetoing ap- far this year, and at least a thous- helped to bring this about got 'em. Some wanted to be "let aboo. No one has been hurt. We t r

Governor again said he they have done since 1931. propriations said it won't be "any- and more little ones that will need for which the people and the alone" so they were taken, care of escaped; the "sales tax" and are

eT the\ present intention to reas- The Governor wouldn't say Im- thing like what some people the aid of the Home Society durIng Council are grateful very nicely. Nobody wanted any going to find In the end of the

uTit /the legtsla tors. mediately whether he would sign claim the balance of this year. The new Drivers' License sets more taxes and so the TAXPAYERS day that we are pretty well off. I
he blam- four bills passed the last Youthful, red-haired were considered.All If we have to do bit of '
press conference day Representative Following is a copy of the letter up a fee of fifty cents for each a econo- ( r t
's present i shortage In the the session to keep all the coun- I Thomas D. Beasley of Walton which The Home Society Is send- I: license and One Dollar for chaf- In all the boys didn't do mliin' here and there It won't hurtus.
ties In the tax I County declared in the much but mill around and and we'll find that
raIt ,j treasury on the Leglsla- gas distribution. House ing out to hundreds of friends feurs licenses. The law requiresthat dope business re
-immense expense"-for a Fourteen have been paid all they that Florida faces "financial chaos and prospective contri but o r s the license shall always be out H nice little financial crossword will go on as usual, the old folks {

House chamber law books were entitled to under the 1931 and the responsibility is properly throughout the Slate: on the person while driving a vehicle puzzle and then hand It over will be cared for. the school will

ua the, members, investigating law. The new measures would laid at the feet of the old gentle- MERRY CHRISTMAS This June Licenses will be revoked to Governor Fred to solve All stay open and we'll continue toget
n and "other unneces- make vast new credits availableto man who stays downstairs." for drunken along he has Insisted that we by and at the same time keepon
!teal Time- driving, using a car
, I items, all the counties and keep this "Never before," Beasley said to commit a crime for hit-and- needed no more taxes lie pointed eat In' "a little higher up on the
'I' L that won't happen again revenue flowing to them for yearsto "has a Legislature reached the One of our friends suggested run driving and false statements. out that if things were left as they hog."
lo years. he added. come. final day of its session with the we strike a "Happy Note" in Suspensions will occur when a were we'd come out all right. And If any of you folks are sit-

Ihn U first step toward righting The public schools got their ap- State in such tragic financial con- our letters of appeal now and then driver has been In two or more ac- Thinking to force "sales tax" Un' around waltln' for Fred to call
n I so here it
, fhmnclal unbalance. Governor propriation upped by $1,400,000 : dition." New revenues were not cidents and for forfeiture of bonds an effort was made to appropriate I an extra session on account of the
< I said he would veto "every which was added on to the $12- : voted, he said because Governor Can you think of anything Hap- which Is considered a conviction. no much that there would be no "emergency"' --. well, you're Just! e'I

Ll appropriation and claim 000,000 plus they receive every Cone publicly incited before and pier that could possibly happen to Drivers now driving who hav other way out, but It didn't work wastln your time and you might

"J | the state has no money for." year. during the Legislature that new Homeless and Orphan children driven a car for one year or more and now all Fred has to do to put an well forget It and get back to t r
, revenues would not be needed. than to have "Christmas" things in order la veto .
t said there would be no rush But It was not clear where the come can get a permit without an examination simply your knlttln'
the Governor Friday the Legislature endedIts twice a year, to actually have three little bills and we'll suit -
because would
r t this money come from. They get In the future however,
Ed days after adjournment or all the automobile license tag regular 60-day biennial session.It "Santa Claus" come in June, as all new applicants will have to along In nice<< shape. RAIFORD DEATH
12 to sign or made orderly disposition of its well as In December? The band writing on the wall
June ,
Monday, I money a little of the gas tax and take an examination.
, [kie arriving legislation. 'other earmarked funds. But that I remains in the closing hours before It really Isn't a bad idea at all, tit this time Indicates that Governor TERMED SUICIDE

L the second step he declared I won't be enough. Their claim on i midnight and legislators turn- for if it Is really true that Christ No person under' the age of six Fred will exercise his veto -

jiould withhold his signature I the State's general treasury now ed toward their home folks with mas Giving brings Christmas teen can operate a car except a power on the three measures In Death of Wilson Johns 40-year-

checks for expenses that are Is recognized clearly in the Constitution answers which one said could be Cheer (and it Is) why not have a restrictive license that Is Issued question: the bill repealing the old Kalford farmer, whose body
considered essential. but the treasury may summed up in these words: little "Giving" and a little "Cheer"in when the parents or guardians assume one-half of one percent gross re- wan found hanging In a barn !May\

"ill important constitutionalr not be able to complete the total. "I voted for all the appropriations June as well as December. the liability. Neither can a ceipts tax. and the two on gas tax 31, wan termed suicide by County r''

,, recently upheld by the Su- If the deficit occurs as predicted you wanted, and I voted Goodness Knows these hundredsof person who has been convicted of allocationbetter known as "801" Judge J. II Townsend! and SheriffW.
Court gives him virtual the shortage will have to "ome against any new taxes" little utterly homeless and using a car to commit a crime or and "802". Of course, such action S. llrannrn. Jr., who Investigated -
and of the State's finances out of the school appropriationand Topping them all in appropriations helpless children who( have come who Is a habitual user of narcotics on his pert might make a few folks the tragedy Wednesday of 4
ana that appropriations hei allotments for the Governor Is the $9,500,000 annually to us from every nook and cornerof the feeble minded nor an insane terribly unhappy, but it will pleasethe lust week The body was found by

during the session that were and his cabinet the courts the general financing bill for operating Florida, of all creeds and all person, secure a license. Deafness bulk of the taxpayers and his brother. Brady Johns with

sed 1 by both houses c&n't be university, colleges. State hospitals primary departments of govern- ages from wee babies up to six- would not bar you from getting permit us to carry on just like we whom the deceased had made his I

| unless be says so. and institutions.The I, ment, the college, Institutions and teen years can stand all the a license nor would any phy-,were doing. home. ; tl'
rough his veto and checkng Legislature talked about I courts. It cleared the Legislaturein "Christmas Cheer" that you and sical defect which could be rem- The schools and (the old folks According to Judge Townsend
we can possibly bring to them edied.It will get what they
; powers the governor said more for old pensions midafternoon.Then were getting Johns had been In ill health for f,
{State's major business would and the money Senate actually age voted to down the scale are such every day In the year, and they Is not the intention, continued the bills will be paid, and If we several yearn, and this had preyed

Jcpt on an even keel. provide $7,200,000 but the House items as $13,000,000 for regular must be fed, clothed and sheltered Frank, of the Act to place pro- should get In the hole at any time upon his mind. is

en you think the State wll didn't agree. This left the appropriation school operations $3,800,000 for each day too. hibitive rules for obtaining a license there should be the neighborhoodof He had been working Wednes- i
the for So, here we are, asking you to on anyone. two millions additional revenueIn day morning distributing land-
}:l] right, despite Leglsla- $3,800.000, which Is old age pensions, $1,500,000 r
'" asked one reporter paid easily from liquor revenues. various special purposes, and $1- send us in the "ChiUtmas Spiritof The Highway Patrol of sixty the Road Department and In u planter, but had left' the field and. '

fco, but I'm going to make It The general appropriations bill 400,000 for schools. I Giving" all that you can spare, men will patrol the highways with pinch Fred could call up Arthur none to the barn His brother, returning 1

'ght he replied. was boosted $1,250,000 over the Speaker Wood and the cabinet much ore little with our bug the desire' to bring about a respect Halo (Just as Martin Carlton and from an errand to Kalford, ;
t looks like the Legislature Family of abused, mistreated unwanted of the traffic laws. It Is to be a Sholta did ) and give him a nice found the body hanging In a corn
to total of about that revenue
1937 figure a agreed present
lied to tax all the poor people $9,500,000. The amount however sources simply won't produce that and homeless children non-political organization under "I. O. U"--for the Road Department crib. A short rope had been looped -

]not tax anybody who could afI was not considered significant be- much. The cabinet, which met over I eleven hundred so far this civil service ought to be gettln used to around a Joist and tied around x
It by now and another million or ,
need fora
his neck. There was no
I to pay cause the Governor may veto Individual with Wood and President Butlerof year.We In states where these laws are
two In "I O. U's" shouldn't do decidedby
ey were mighty good at updating items In it and has made the Senate, didn't estimate the are in urgent and genuine now In effect accidents have been harm. coroner's Jury, It was 4'

but they weren't very clear he won't spend many of the deficit, but Wood put the figureat I need of every dollar we can possibly reduced from 25 to 30 percent de- any But Fred probably won't stop at the two officers who Investi! jt '

I at providing money to pay appropriations.One $12,000,000 by June 30, 1940. secure right now today. pending entirely on the Individualto gated. 'I
just vetoln' the three measures I held
\ services
I How about It will be one all the lawsin Funeral were
you cooperate because
bills.king factor that will affect the In its dying hours the House mentioned. When he gets his at near
Thursday 8app Cemetery
of Santa Claus' this June?
our the world will not stop the
:state officials who situation still Is in the
general did not reach for consideration a pencil sharpened he may decide to Italford. The deceased won unmarried ; k
; t durIng/ closing days to stir Governor's hands for determination. Senate-approved bill ihiklng {the Christmas Junarlly yours, in reckless, careens, and indifferent veto a lot of other appropriation and of his immediate family -

!Legislature to action on reve- That is a bill to repeal the old age pension fund $7,200,000 a dead earnest, driver If he does not observe for this and that which he considers In survived by his brother,

bills, took a pessimistic view one-half cent tax on gross receipts year. That fact reduced the pre. (Signed) Marcus C. Fagg, them. unnecessary Brady Johns.

'/tal prospects. Pending a that bring in almost $2,000,000 a viously forecast deficit accordingly State Superintendent. Florida con show the world that Hut you can depend on It, Fred _-
cup after the Governor dls- year P. S. Even $1.00 would help It Is a safe place in which to live was sincere and meant what he TRAIN HCI1KIIUL.K
i of legislation, most of them The Governor said he wouldn't Governor Cone served notice wonderfully. If we all work together to makeIt aald when he told us not to worry Following Is the schedule of ;
mId comment for publication. veto the repealing act so, concluded Frank train arriving here dally, subject ;
sign or that he would trim down the Whether you receive a letter aa things would turn out nil right. '
pose who made preliminary es- until he sees just how things stand threatened deficit by vetoing from "Daddy" Fagg or not, you For the first time n lot of folks to change: without notice. i
(tea placed the prospective after he acts on other matters.He special appropriations, and with- ire urged and Invited to catch the Half Price! Ivory plot "Informala" are ftndln' out that Fred Is a Southbound Due Sturke

e! deficit well up in the mll- was clearly displeased dur- holding operations except for primary '"Christmas Spirit" right; now and 100 for 91 (envelopes "rUht smart" governor Papers No.1 (local) .__ ___ 10:33: p. m.
ing closing days of the session I institutions and functions. lend in your Santa Claus Gift of Included), usually 50 for *1.-! that have ridiculed and laughed' at No. 107 (through) __ 9:21: a. m.

P-aker Wood of the House and when it became apparent that the Consistently. Governor Cone money, provisions, or children'swearables Bradford County Telegraph.more him on other occasions are now Northbound Due HtarknNo. !

rs joined in this view. But Legislature wouldn't follow his said new taxes would not be need- of every kind and size singing his pralcie 2 (local) U.h 6:13: a. m.

I Senate refused to act on a recommendation to boost taxes on ed at this session if the Legislature right now. than at "Christmas Time" The lobby lizards are happy of No. 108 (through) __ 6:18: p. m.

B* bill that would have creat- race tracks and on intangibles did not increase appropriations Yes, and a few toys, dolls donations The State Headquarters address I II course, for they were very successful Stitrkn and Uannr lirtutrh

f tax commission to study the such as stocks, bonds end money. over the figures providedtwo of candy fruit and other Is I 40 Buckman Building Jackson-: : \ In getting appropriation No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.
.. .
Comptroller' J. M. goodies, will tie enjoyed oy these i vine/ Branches ore located at I I bills passed and ealnrd the money I No, l 0 2 err I vea St" are 1'b0 p a, i' f*'
tGULATION OF Black was taken to his hotel but Lee reported years ago.revenues provided by homeless children probably even | Lakeland, Miami and Penmicola, they got from the special Interests I ((Dally' except' Sundays) .11.11
returned for the night session. _ '
ALARY 1937 Legislature failed to balance --
{ BUYERS Before Black and Senator W. C. the
N '41 PREDICTED Hodges of Tallahassee could resume Its appropriations by $3- e rx
000000. The House crushed the
a filibuster against the pend-
life out of every major revenue
bill Sharit withdrew it.
ing ,
labss"ee, Legislation to bill that anybody proposed. It refused I
late salary buyers-one of the In a voice trembling with emotion to pass a sales tax It re- ,

esulon- -died violently In the : circumvent an agreement and said casinos and It refused to Increase I

or of a bitter personal Senfight he pulled down the controversial taxes on racing, liquor and other'!

Friday night, Just beHjoumment. proposal only in the interests of things.In .
harmony and "to save the precious
a dying stab the Senate votedto
a result its sposors said the time of this Senate" levy a special tax of 5 per cent i

BOB had received such wide- Black apologized to Shaiit but on parl-mutuel wagering at race I

M attention as to assure pas- another sharp verbal encounter be- tracks, but the bill was strangled I, t
? when the Legislature meets tween Black and Holland occurred to death in the House by a rule '
'a in 19U when the latter defended his which prevented consideration of ,

here predictions came from House associate, Merchant, from new legislation after 1 P. M. Fr-!
""tentative J. p. Merchant of the charge that he had broken an day. '!
< t
County leader of the drive agreement with Governor( Cone has not signedthe '
Wt salary buyers under the Black shouted that Merchantwas $1,400,000 emergency appro- nay t a .Y .
9 Small)) Loan Act and Sen- "a liar" and added to Holland priation for schools and he has 5 t'1
Joe '
L Sharit of Port St. Joe : not signed many of the special
Was tlosely associated with "You're here to defend him; appropriations which the Legislature rr

efforts why don't you take it up." made. He could veto
these I '
'med'ey felt the animosity that oc- Holland" did not reply.A and he could also veto 1
sharp words and led to before adJourn- items in the general appropriation s :tI .
few minutes
laical I
encounter on the Sen- thereby reducing the'threatened
bill, .
Black made a !
floor had< been ment at midnight :J
over deficit. :
which he
laId brief farewell speech
they were more hopeful called the LegIslature -
toward members i
1 "animosity Various
eve before said he felt no(
of victory on financial ,
III Ue. anyone." a failure a I t 1
'1th th- oriels, Others defended It. gr.rwx ra
-'W -e Senate, -
at the I ; which It did, and for
.7 stage near the FREE BOOKLET One thing
trlgger-j Pro-Tern John S.
60 days of work which Speaker
on the regUlatory bill ABOUT LIMEROCKHow Burks said It deserved high praise, yy a l1r' Y t lyI
Jnenl was to enact laws broadening and

:)ufllIg a recess Senator Florida's taxpayers benefit extending county participation In I /.1d'
at Black of Gainesville struck from the use of Florida Llmerock gasoline taxes for county and dls-1 I I I

.tOt Spessard L. Holland of as a road base material is Inter- i. trlct road bonds may be reduced or

ow a sharp blow with his can. estingly told In a handsomely designed i I: eliminated.The I # 0' The pause that refreshes
? the left Shoulder i and printed 32-page book- bills would provide for ||
:.e the Umerock to receive and add $262-
mc'dent' let just issued by counties
rk Was occurred while Association of Florida. 749,000 for Interest they paid on / .wherever i
remonstrating with go ,
:.t:t fo< what the Gainesville Titled "Llmerook Florida's bonds Issued for road construction you I

.tor '' ..lied a "broken genUeH Great Tax Saver," the booklet pre and for building roads. The dot the road of
,8re'lnent'" Hot words sents the full story of one of thestate's counties were credited In 1931- Happy places to pause maps .

e Wend Poken, Holland intervened important natural re-Increasingly and the gasoline for tax roads is now they payingSl01.688.000 built the nation. And familiar red coolers for ice-cold i ,,1
becoming -
then sources which is I '
1 to continue a conversation stepped important as the taxpayer's and turned over to( the State road _a Coca-Cola are there inviting you to pause U.,
emphasize system. w !
for economy '
rbyack demands
: Walked over struck him its value as a low-cost yet Burk said the. bills would "save 23 refresh and be on your way. ,
i. He said changes
material.The the
restrained and led from everlasting road base t ,
Senate also i
c the
out In
ansVr worked
>b r friends. booklet is profusely

:" hllU.'Itll.. '' Cade Only no' attempt the one to blow de-, trated rock-base with highways photographs In of various Lime- would partment""take in of care its highway maintenance of the Road and De STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. & ; 4

Itrutk be construction
although of the state. Copies may
It Sharlt said parts *- r rd
attempted to hit him alia. obtained from L. B. Thrasher: ribbons and carbon j l f
lready Typewriter
ill Association -
Llmerock !
With a heart aliment engineer-director, Bradford County Tel
at at the
one Yoakum paper
time almost prevented of Florida Inc.,
attead la ce during the session. Building OcaJa. egraph.


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redeemed ., ,
Methodist Circles] U. D. C. Enjoys j Annual; ] HAVE yOU READ? DEALERS will I"I ",",,."" ,
dRY of .Jul\| / ,
EntertainedIonday: Spend-The-Day PartyAt The Bradford County Board of 1939}nted, thiN 71"v J.. ? 1- ,,
"Land Is Bright" by Archie Binns Public Instruction will accept bids
Mrs. J. W. White and Misses Kingsley] WednesdayThe I OFFICIAL|.; \. ,
ociet and children of for gasoline and oil to be furnished Clerk of C'Ir.| ,. ,
| Olive and Amelia Ray were host- The men women ?" "1
annual spend-the-day partyof County | ,
to the county owned buses of Firt Lr I ,,,
1 to circle
esses Monday afternoon this stirringly dramatic novel are I
the W. T. Weeks Chapter, until
Bradford County Thursday,
number one of the Woman's Missionary in ovER.FTrT r
Society of the Methodist United Daughters of the Confed- part of "the greatest migration June 15, 1939 at 12:00: ( o'clock. You \(;;, f

church at Mrs. White's home, eracy, was held Wednesday at the history since the children of Israel I have may posslbh' i

Past PresidentsOf Mrs. D. P. Carpenter where a profusion of many colored Weeks cottage on Kingsley Lake went to the Promised land" the NOTICE there"super-human-will < l'II'1 1

Woman's Club Is Guest SpeakerAt gladioli were tastefully arranged and the hostesses were Mrs. J. M. Journey territory to in the the new 1850's Pacific over coast the There will be a cemetery work- ;when effects probably from oOIb.. ,

To Be HonoredA WorthingtonMrs. for decoration.The Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. Oregon Trail. Thousands. left ing at McKinney Cemetery on eating will cause. .ntlnued, (J

program was arranged by W. L. Wall and Mrs. S. E. Brown- their homes and farms to traversethe Friday, June 16. All interested sickness and ailmentV'FI.by .much reception honoring past presidents D. P Carpenter, Character Miss Olive Ray and the opening lee. bring tools and a well filled bas-
unknown country between the punish .
of the Starke Woman's Education chairman of Section number was a scripture reading by ket. The announcement was made health? ynn-; ,? 1n,. .
Summer garden flowers, ar- Missouri river and Oregon. Thisis Relax ant, ,
Club will be given at the regular Four of the Women's Clubs of Miss Amy Coburn, followed by by J. A. J. McKinney times Jf'H' sad I
ranged In wall vanes and baskets the story of what happened to you expenen ,
of the organization Wednesday Mrs. Frank; Robinson.The hg.'U\'t'
meeting by
Florida, waa the guest speaker at prayer added to the charm of the wide one wagon train and the people comfort from Stoma, ,, ,
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in annual of the presi-
OK -
the regular meeting: of the Worth screened porch where the guests who had left "the states" for the .NOTICH Safeguard/ the cliemical-iS :I
the club auditorium. This meeting dent of the W. M. S., of Floridawas
were seated In full view of the Promised Land. The daily life of Your Diction
ington Springs' Club Tuesday NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN b)
will be the last before disbanding reviewed in an impressive neatnI",
placid waters of the lake. At one the caravan as it crosses the great, That Ruby A. Montague, holder of with IlIIIIIIa- e".
tor the summer months. afternoon. manner by Mrs. Ira p Shepherd.The 2-5 of Tax Certificate No. 232, dated
o'clock bounteful luncheon was the deserts, and the moun- Buy
a plains, genuine
the 4th., day of July A. D. 1927, banfiled Dlsma-Rex
Mrs K. G. Duncan, president of She chose as her topic "The keynote of the president's at
served buffet style from the long tains on its way to Oregon is des- Maid certificate In my office Rexall Drug Stork
the club, will preside at the business Club's Responsibility of Character message was "Let us be positiveand centered multitudinous detail and made application for tax deedto Drug :.lrlJtt
dining table, which was cribed with Store in Stark.
Christians""Sketches be issued thereon in accordance
session and has announcedthat Education. In her address she dependable
with an arrangement of gladioli, and moving drama. with law. y u lil certificate embraces -
service will be held for of- linked the club's of
responsibilitywith from early history the following described property -
zinnias and daisies.In .
ficers of the ensuing year who the home, school, and churchin I Methodism in the United States" I II "Ordeal" by Nevil Shute situated In Bradford County, CHARMING GUEST

have not yet been installed. relation to character education.In was reviewed by Mrs. White. Items the afternoon a short business Every window within sight was Nine Florida of, Block to-wit 16: Livingston Lots Eight, Truby and Large Cool Room Ot',

Hostesses for the afternoon will pointing out the definite respon- I from the Missionary Bulletin were session was presided over by the shattered. The rooms stood opento & CO'". Addition to Starke in W% Exrellt1
of the club in character and president, Mrs. E K. Perryman, the rain. The curtains blew of NK4! Sec. 28 Township 6 South, Meal, Reasonable
be the retiring officers of the sibility given by Miss Amelia Ray, Range 22 East. gpnMrg ,
club, namely, Mrs. L. A. Canova, training, Mrs. Carpenter stated she also told of some changes and in the absence of the secre- about, sopping and forlorn. Be- The assessment of said property W. A.

Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. K. G that it was necessary for the clubto that have been made since unitingthe tary her duties were transacted by hind him in the garage lay his wan under In the the name Bald of certificate Unknown.issued Street Scott 268 fh 1IIJ

Duncan, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, work in harmony with the three three branches of Methodism.The Miss Madge Middleton. The wife, Joan, sleeping in an overcoat unless said ertlflcnte shall be I A&heMlle. N. C.

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. C. A. institutions that mold a child's title of "presiding elder" is president appointed the following -: Baby Joan slept beside her,

Knight Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, character, namely the home, the now changed to "district superin- nominating committee: Mrs with six year old Phyllis and 3

Jr.. and Mrs. T. T. Long. school, and the church. tendent." Superaauates will be 'A. M. Darby, Mra O. L. Haynes year old John and Nurse in make-

-- The speaker also brought out called "retired ministers" and the and Miss Madge Middleton. As shift beds on the oil stained floor. NOTICEWe

---" _._---- the fact that the state officers of word benevolence Is changed to this was the lust business meeting Peter Corbett, dazed and stiff,

the Florida Federation of WomI "support of the ministry;'' dele- before October, delegates were stood looking at the wreck of his

The Finest and I I en's Clubs are working on definite -, gates and a "reserve" are electedto elected to the State convention, house and garden. The phone are glad to announce a very substantial

attend meetings. The name of which will be held In Jacksonvillein went dead. There was no duction in automobile rate r
plans for character education gas liability insurance this
Freshest Sea FoodsObtainable the Woman's Missionary is changed October. Mrs. L. F. Chapman electricity, radio, newspaper, milk way, is the most important protection automohnl) b\ th j
I' to "The Woman's Society of was elected delegate and Mrs. A. for the children. Water an
Mrs. Marcus Howard, program was I owner can carry. Don't wait until after the
M. alternate. Mrs. J. M.
Darby, acciden'HAROLD
Christian Service." scarce, the sewers burst. Each
chairman Introduced Mrs. Car- please phone 146 NOW.
Brownlee vice-president of Dis- ..
penter to her audience. :Mrs. Frank Robinson gave an morning Peter's town rallied '
--. trict No. 2, report of the
_ The business session of the club interesting report of the zone working men to repair the damages C. WALL
district meeting held here last Then at night the planes AGENCY
held in
MULLET meeting
was presided over by the club'spresident
month Mrs. Brownlee also talkedon
; came flying at great heights, tak- All Forms of Dependable Insurance
RED BASS Mrs Albert Miller. Circle chairman, Miss Olive Ray, the subject of the U. D. C. ing no aim just dumping their

SEA; TROUT Among those attending from the presided over a business session; scholarship fund. stuff. Then the dramatic hour
Starke club in addition to the reports were heard from the
FRESH WATER FISH As June 3 was the anniversaryof which brought him up againstthe
World Outlook chairman and from
speaker were: Mrs. K. G. Duncan,
Jefferson Davis' birthday, Mrs.L. decision of any man with a
LARGE SHRIMP the finance committee; an offering
president of the local club, Mrs. F. Chapman made an interest- family in the next world war'
of $9: .90 was taken for local work.
ti. A, Canova and
past president,
----.- M Ing impromptu talk on the life of whether to join the colors, or to
Mrs T. T. Long, correspond/! It was announced that Mrs. T. J,
this great Southerner. see people to safety as his only
Griffin would entertain circle
Magnolia FishMarket --.----- number one the first Monday in Chapter members and friends vital job."Spring.
enjoying this annual affair were: Harrowing" by I'heobe
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hart and
July.The Mrs L. F. Chapman Mrs. L. A. Atwood
Phone 37 Miss Lucille Kennedy spent Tues- hostess, assisted by Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. R. H. Cox Mrs. Taylor "The Dependable Store"JUNE Est. 1894

--------.-,-. day in Jacksonville. Sam Anderson, served refreshing _M The summer season was still a
W. H. oiringienow: ail 01 meState
month off when Mr.
fruit punch and cake. There were Paget's Bena
I fifteen members present Farm; Mrs. George Roberts, started up the bluff to put his cot- 18 IS FATHERS DAY
Mrs. Mae Wells Mrs. L. H. Hill, tage in order. Bena opened the
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' summer Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs Effie
dark house and there was Bert WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE
home at Kingsley Lake was the Miner, all of Lawtey; Mrs Louis MERCHANDISE

place of meeting for circle num- H. Hill, Jr. of Vidalia, Ga., Mrs.E. face Paget and stretched throat on horribly the floor clawed, his SUITABLE FOR DAD ON HIS DAY OF THE YEAR!
ber two, and this attractive place S. Matthews, Mrs. S. E. Brown- and his dead hand clutched a
was gay with seasonal flowers of lee, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. A.
skull. The great hurricane All Summer
of 1938 Styles and
various colors, arranged in wall M. Mrs. O. L. SUITS
Darby Haynes,
played a part in the final solu- $7.50
vases and bowls. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Marjorie tion, but only when Asey took to Weights UI

The devotional service was con- Sue Middleton of Jacksonville; crystal gazing did the true shapeof
ducted by Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. Mra. Eugene L. Matthews, Mrs. things

L. D. Vining presided over the W. L. Wall, Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. emerge. ,
program. Mrs. W. O. Halle talk- J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, "Great Game" by H. C. Bailey i I I DRESS PANTS 89c to $6.9HATS $

ed on missionary work in Mexico Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss Madge Reggie Fortune always claim,

Remember Dad, Sunday June 18--Fathers and was followed by Mrs. S. S. Middleton, Mrs. E, K. Perryman ed that the two untimely rings of .
Dowling reviewing medical work and Mrs A. Z. AdKlns. the Marybell in the tower of Hurst i Sailors Straws

Day---With a Nice Gift. You will find at in Mexico. Circle chairman, Mrs. I church was the first observed effort -:' Soft Straws Felts $1 OQup

this store a complete line of useful gifts at Pearl Simpson, presided over a Auxiliary To Meet / force of the nature of things to .
short business session. upon human minds need for I
reasonable prices. The Lii dies' Auxiliary of the action against the
very The hostess, assisted by her powers of evil
daughter Miss Lola Adklns, serv- Presbyterian Church will meet; working In the parrlsh of Hurst Made by Piedmont and Wilson Brother

'jDRESS: ed dainty were present light fourteen refreshments.There mem-. Clark.Tuesday the home afternoon of Mr. at and 3:30 Mrs.o'clockat R. F. I he And had certainly never in encountered Reggie's lifetime evil in SHIRTS '" colorsand: r: $1.65 to $$1.9J
SHIRTS bers and one visitor. I a mor evirulent form than It functioned -

.-- I Mrs T. N. Kendrick, program at Hurst, though he might

Meets : leader for the afternoon has se- well have passed the case by as a I
Baptist W. M. S. AI) New Stock in
N ALL NEW SUMMER; lected as her topic "Phlllipines and dull one had he not found a dead TIES a large49c to $$1 00
STOCK For Program and the West Indies." The Devotionalwill bat in the church's bell tower. variety of .

Business SessionsOn be under the leadership of "Mrs. Wnrrender's Profession" by _.

0 Monday afternoon at 3:30: Mrs. I. H. Blasingame. G. D. H. and Margaret Cole ... .. -. ". '" ... -. ..,
.. . .
o'clock all three circles of the All members and friends of the I Mrs. Warrender Is a small elderly I "

79c,98c&$1.59 Baptist W. M. S., met to benefit Auxiliary are cordially Invited to lady of sixty-five: who lives a

by one of the usual instructive and attend. very pleasant life in a quaint house I

e entertaining sessions held by this --. ; just outside of London. She Is also -
organization.Circle Food Sale SaturdayThe the mother of James Warrender. NOW.

COLORS AND WHITESINTERWOVEN No. 1 met with Mrs Geo. Young People of the Pres- the famous private detective

A. Anderson who presided duringthe byterian Sigma XI are having a Mrs. Warrender Is not at all interested .

absence of the leader, Mrs. L Food Sale on Call Street tomor- in crime and criminals;
Pair G. Powell. At an election to fill but she does know
row (Saturday) afternoon. Theyare a good deal
SOCKS FULL LENGTH OR certain vacancies, Mrs. Ralph sending two delegates to their about ordinary people. Mrs. War- I YOU CAN BUY YOUR

ANKLET STYLE 25cSOFT Alvarez was chosen secretary, and Young People's Conference with render in her own quiet way getsto

Mrs. G. H Bennett, treasurer.At the proceeds. Everyone is urgedto the bottom of things.

HTHAUHHATS Koch the close of the meeting, the bring their capacity for refreshments "Reaching For The Stars" by TYPEWRITER AT HOME

ASSORTED STYLES hostess served a salad course with to the Sale Saturday. Nora Wain

98c iced tea. .
COLORS AND SIZES This is an uncensored chronicleof
Mrs L. A. Rennolds was Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned to

to Circle No. 2, which meeting her home here Monday after enjoying I Nora Wain's four years in Ger I
was presided over by Mrs. One many. The author wrote her editor '
a boat trip on the Iroquois I
BONA ALLEN SHOES : "I am now engaged in
Wiggins, co-leader. The devotional of the Clyde-Malory Lines to New writing I
\ of life us I found it in four
was led by Mrs. B. M. Fussell, York City and the World's Fair. my
...1; Leather. Plain! or Cap Toe. assisted by Mrs. A. M. Darby. During her three weeks' stay in years in Germany, with no bitterness t

The Kind Dad Likes to Wear During the business session it New York Mrs. Demorest was the and no malice, but a sincere
decided to contribute the attempt at interpretation. The ,, yi. + Tom)
house-guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. e pltm.
Pairt in the mind which now guides use of': w I
amount now standing my
/\ Murphy.Mrs. .t.. __ ___ _
words .... '00 u "
L-. --' "building fund" to the "general vas umy for accuracy.These .
$ --
: ;).uu fund" next Sunday, at which timea Hogan Smith, and daughters -, and many other InterestIng e0ry u Rl hr ; e
special offering will be taken Joan, and Miss Doshia Smith books will be found at Your

ROMEOElastic side plain toe all I for the "building fund" have returned to their home in Public Library.
i I Mrs. A. A. Durden was appointed !
Sampson City after spending VVr
leather, comfortable, light weight shoe i co-lender since Mrs. Wiggins sometime In Miami with Mrs

$1.75 pair will be enrolled In the Young Smith's parents.Vblle there OUR MILK
I Matron's Circle organized last 1
they the graduation exercises 1I
GIVE HIM A BEAUTIFUL week. Mrs. Fussell was appoint of the Miami High School, I

1 ed orphanage chairman. of which Mrs. Smith's brother.

SILK TIE At the conclusion of a chapter Louis Weaver, was a member.
from the Mission Study Book, I :

Guaranteed No Crease v taught by Mrs. S. K.: Sparks, the The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson .
hostess served cake and lemon- I
Each left Tuesday for St. Petersburg I 9
i ade to the twelve members and
and Tampa..hlle in St. j Seldom Equalled
two visitors
present. Petersburg they will visit the Rev. j
50c Circle: No 3 met the I
at home
Mr. Robinson's mother, Mrs. M. Never THE TELEGRAPH rtNOt N'f'
Mrs Surpassed TAKES PRIDE LV'
J D. Goodman with Mrs R. I
S. Robinson. From St. Petersj j INO TilE FACT FO"
A Thomas as co-hostess. I THAT \VE ARK NOW AGENTS
MEN'S COOL SUMMER:: tr I !burg they will go to Tampa to at-,i I ; THE REMINGTON: LINE T1FEWRITERS. ;-
Twelve members and one visitor : tend I OF PORTABLE
Methodist Church Conference
gathered in the living room which WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE' tT I*
I While there will be PETERSON'S '
PANTSPair they ;
was attractive with FOR YOU TO BI ABLE ITRCIIVSE
arrangementsof AT LAST TO
t ;the guests of the Rev. and Mrs i M
x summer flowers. J.V.. Branscomb. l j'i DAIRY YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE LV' STARVE

The circle leader, Mr. H. L. I FROM A HOME CONCERN.' IF YOU .U ... 'V
Hough, led the devotional SIDERING EVE
98cSuspenders portion of the 3rd Chapter of { WILL BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE X61{
James, and dwelling on the sub- HAWAIIAN GUITARS AND REMINGTON:
ject "The Tongue 1
$ an Unruly
and Belts 25c to $1.00 Evil. Sentence prayers from each PIANO ACCORDIANS

member brought the devotional to
Trade At Alexander's And Save a close in an impressive manner. WITH LESSONS TO TilE FIRST 20 PERSONS Terms Available

Cake and punch were served by MAKING APPLICATION .
the hostess at the conclusion of


Mra. A. Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. AT KEEN'S SERVICE STATION FROM i

B. E. HATFIELD, Manager Glen Wood, were visiting :Mra. N. 1 TO O'CLOCK SATURDAY, JUNE 1.

D. Walnwrlgnt, Jr., in St. Luke'sHospital 3:50 TO 6 AT ROBERT'S: STORE, LAWTEY I
in Jacksonville Tuesday.

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'" n, .-- BRADFORD COtTVTY TELEGRAPH__n___ _. _STARKR.___u___, FLORID_.\_" PAG R .'.{_..
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__ }I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid u e:1 i :1:1I Miss Virginia Anderson is 1;r Mrs. P. J. Langford and daughter. Bill Agin; : Homer Johns and B. Mrs. 10;. S. Matthew .end Mn

I her home here Sunday after enjoying spending several weeks in Lakeland Phyllis and Ralph Tyson of R. Wltkovski enjoyed a fishing Eugene L. Matthews "returned '<.

I a visit to Cattlesburg Ky, with her cousrln.Mlas Kd- Frostproof were guests several I trip on the Oklawrha River near their respective homes her Sun

Bits ofI wlnna Rowand janJ other relatives. days this week of Mr. and Mrs. Orange Spring over the week day after enjoying; a visit it..
Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere and son W. B. Sewell en route to points In end. lando as guestjof Dr. and &1

Pitner. are enjoying a two week Alabama. II. B. McLendort'! They wen u

vacation in Rowland, N. C. N. T. Rltch, a student at Em- I Reid Anderson of Orange. Masai companied home by Mr F ..

Local Ne ory-at-Oxford. Ga., arrived Friday Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter. spent the past week as the guestof Matthews who spent the week,"nd

I Ira Shepherd of Griffin Ga., I Is to spend the summer vacationwith Fredrlrka, and Jane Merrill Mrs. Vonda Inman and Mills with Dr. and Mrs. McLendoi

I AND the guest of his parents, Mr. and his mother, Mrs. Carrie Bauknight of Jacksonville arrived Vonda/ Inman. Mr. Anderson Is a I

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Ritch. Wednesday, for a visit with Mr. student at the University of Alabama t Mrs. Laura I. Powell retn-ned,

OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss I) at Tuskaloosa and was en Thursday of last week to her home

PROGRESS Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and son. Ira Mr and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr.. Kate Struth. route home for hilt summer vaca- here following a visit in New

Shepherd spent a few days this and children spent Sunday I in tion. Smyrna with her son-in-law and

week in Adel, Ga. Jacksonville as guests of Mrs. Miss Louise Snyder has returned daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. E.

'Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. to Los Angeles, Calif., after enJoying Mrs R. A. Weeks of Brooker Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Miner accompanied -
last week A. W. Anderson, Jr., and Miss A. E. Wall Jr., of Jacksonville Rltch. several months' visit
Griffls pent a and little Miss Joan Carpenter left her home and sptfU
,glen with friends. Virginia Anderson spent Saturdayin was the guest Monday and Tuesday here with her mother, Mrs. A. 1 F. Monday for Raleigh, N. C., to visit the past week-end here before returning

&llahas8ee ---- Jacksonville. of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. J. B. Rowe and daughters, Sauls and Mr. Sauls. Miss Snyder Mra. Week's daughter, Miss Mignon to New Smyrna.

I Mr8. j. L. Simmons Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe, was accompanied to California I Slason. While in Raleigh .------- -

and in Jacksonville : Mrs. George B. Flynn and son, Miss Margaret Jones of Ameri- spent Wedensday in Jacksonville by Mrs. Sauls. 1 Airs. Wceka and Joan will attend a Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hatfield will

t t'TueSday George, Jr., and Mrs. Glen Wood cus, Ga., was a recent guest of as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon revue presented by the Mignon leave tomorrow for Mllledgevllle,

was a business spent Friday in Jacksonville. Mr. and :Mrs. H. A. Lawson Rowe. Mrs. Thomas Bush and sons Slssion School of Dancing. Ga., to visit their son, B. E. KatflelJ -

J crlffls last Tues- Tom and Louis, of Hot Springs, Jr.. and their daughter. Miss

vf, m Tallahassee Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks moved Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keene and Professional Kodak Finishing ut Ark., are upending some time at Mr and Mrs. Louis Bailey of Frances Hatfleld Miss, Hatfield

to their summer home on family spent the week-end in Hooter Bros. Studio. the J.I.. Rltch cottage on King Philadelphia, Pa., were guests attends the Georgia State College 1
Lake Monday. Fernandina with relatives. Icy Lake. They will be joined later for Women there and school ci IPS
George B. Flynn' Kingsley I Sunday of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee
and Mrs Mr. Bush :Mr Hatfield Is manager
Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green returnedlast by next
visitors In Punta I and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.
recent Miss Evelyn Stump returned to of Alexander' here.
Mrs. Minnie McDanlel of Knoxville Thursday from Tampa where Mr. and Mrs. Bailey were former
her home here Monday after enjoying Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown and - -
So Tenn., Is spending the sum she visited her sister, Mrs. C. D.; residents of Starke and have many
and Mrs. R. mer with Mrs Li. O. Jones a month's stay in Havana, Williams, and her mother, Mrs. L. son, Marcus, left Tuesday for frl nd. here who will learn with I
Emma Cuba. Tallahassee to visit Dr. and Mrs
A. Dees.
In Jack. interest of their visit to Starke
Hid spent Tuesday Wilmot Brown From Tallahassee Five HAZARDS I
1l1e. Mrs. R. C. Dampler spent the Mrs. C. H. Murphy left Thursday Mr. Brown will make a business I
Miss Joan Tatum has returned' Miss Mina Mantissa spent the cxmnn4
week-end In High Springs with for Brown's Summit, N. C., trip to Atlanta, Ga. OLD AOL :
Bartow to her home In Jacksonville after first of the week in Atlanta, Ga.
Compton of was Mr. Dampier. to spend several weeks with rely DISABILITY
bie TDTAt
wek-end of Billy, enjoying a visit here with heruncle as the guest of her brotherinlawand +
Nest last tlves. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs George Inman and her sister sister Mr. and Mrs. J. P SICKNESS rf.DUnt

ling Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wilson have J. Davis. ; Mrs. Margaret Kolling of Burns. Miss Manassa was accompanied

at moved to Kingsley Lake for the Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Portland. Oregon, who has been home by Mrs. Burns and

,I clays Kodak finishing month of June. have moved to one of the apart Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flfer andJ. her guest for the past week, left daughters, Joan and Jean, and
Lr Brow Studio. the home of Mrs. Carrie to week with ,.. ...,
ments at H. Fields attended the State Wednesday spend a Phillip Manassa, a student at

Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., and Ritch. Townsend Meeting held In the relatives in Moultrie, Ga. Oglethorpe University Mra.Buina HAROLD O. WALL, AgencyReliance .
Is guest
Carolyn Keene son, T. K., III, are visiting relatives Municipal Auditorium In Orlando and daughters will visit Corn.palsy .
Stockwell Life Insurance
'Isa j Mary Lorraine in Gainesville this week. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Tampa Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell here several weeks and Phillip
of PittsburgTip
ftasus. is the guest of her son-in-law and and son Bobby of Newton, North will spend the summer here. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hickok Sr., daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. One Wiggins Miss Frances Carolina, arrived Wednesday ,',to ---

Lclan Gray of Gainesville was of Plant City were recent guestsof Brown. Hemmlngway, Miss Eloise Bullock, spend their vacation with his I

weekend guest of George Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hickok, Jr. Ralph Story and Mrs. Barnes mother, Mra. Laura I. Powell, and

n. Jr. Judge and :Mrs E. K. Perryman spent Thursday of last week in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields I

Miss Marjorie Stump will spend and family have moved to their Jacksonville. Top Grocery

a few days next week in Talla home on Kingsley Lake for several Mrs. Walter M.\ Weatherly after

A hassee with friends. [weeks. I Mrs. Paul Turner and son, Paul spending the winter in the apartment

'{ COLLEGE Jr., of Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. of the Rev. Fred G. Yerkesat
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence: Nuss- Mrs. C. W. Chalker and son,, Olin Toole of Winter Haven were the Episcopal Rectory Is now FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALSJune

EDUCATION baum will spend Sunday here as John, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. guesta last week of Mr. and Mrs pleasantly located in an apartmentat

,.,to eitlmxted lo!>. wonhHO.OOO. guests of Mr and Mrs. B. Jacobs. G. A. Chalker in West Palm J. E. Newsome. the home of Mrs. Frank Hoover 9th. & 10th., 1939

TbouMndl of s... Beach. .
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abed" pirrao ttfuiat W. P. Smith, spent Thursday in
cduratton .ail! futon of Friends of Mrs. N. I). Wainwright Kodak Finishing by xl'rtM| lit'
Ibeu children duoub. ...... Tampa Conference.Mrs. attending .the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. A. rt. Foster and Jr., will regret to learn, Hoover Urns. Studio. Bananas 4 pounds 15c

c//mice Educator Policy Church children of Palatka were guests that she Is confined to St. Luke's ,

Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Hospital- in Jacksonville following H, L. Brownlee spent the weekend --
tiy+rnrrs..rst. C. H. Allen and daughter
IIROLD C. WALL, Agency Miss Louise Allen, and Miss Betty Harrell. a major operation. In DeLnnd as the guest ofCol.
Futch. He 5c
and Mrs. J. E. Lettuce Celery each
Beach or
flUnc* Life Insurance COlD Chandlee of West Charles Lawson is spendingthis Miss Doris Harrison has been was accompanied home by Mrs ,

pany of Pittsburg were guests several days last week week in Lake Butler with his! spending a while with her grandmother nrownleo and daughter Madge

of the Rev. C. H. Allen. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. II., Mrs. J. D. Cannon, who who spent several weeks In DeLimil. FAIRMONT CREAM CHEESE, Pkg. 5c

Register.Mr. has been 111 in St. Luke's Hospital .

TO THE PUBLIC and Mrs. N. Sternberg and In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manansa FAIRMONT MAYONNAISE, pt. jar 20c

family have moved to their summer C. White and daughter Ann and Henry .
Mr. and Mrs. George --
I FOLDING MONEY ON home on Kingsley Lake for and daughter, Frances, of Tallahassee 1IanallRalnd son, Henry Jr. of
here 15c
summer. the week-end Potatoes 10 Ibs.
TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES SEE US the spent Mrs.the J.week-end W. White here and as aa Lakeland guests spent of) Mrs. C. I. Mantissa Hastings ,
BEFORE BUYING I Mrs. E. M. Thomas Is the guestof guest Mrs. Mannsmi and Ann remained I __ .
her son-in-law and daughter,, Mrs. G. W. A\derJ1l8n. visit. FANC5V TUB OK C'OrNTHT nitOOKFIKLDCHEESE
[ THE U. s. ROYAL CORD LINE TIRES & TUBESCamay's for a longer
I\ Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Mills In Green '
Mrs. I*. M. Barefoot and daughter
J. Dowling.
and Mrs. E.
| Cave Springs. Mr.
Juanita Barefoot, Mrs.
and Helen Dowling,
Service Station Green and daughter Judy, :'
W. J.
Mrs. S. E. lli-ownlee, Mrs. Li. Krnest Dowling, Jr., and Miss
L. Wall, and Mrs. J. M. Brownleewere and Miss Barbara Keen spent Clara Flume attended the singing/ : 'ound27c 101111(1(

fide Florida :Motor Line Buses For Speed and Comfort visiting relatives in Gainesville Monday In Jacksonville.. ---- convention at the Church of
Thursday. Jesus Christ of Latter )Day SaintsIn I 17c
The Rev. T M. Lee and eon,, .
Jacksonville Sunday.Hope
I of Macclenny were guests _
Adkins Russell, -
and Mrs. A. Z. -- -- ---

NAT SEZ: and Judge family have moved to their Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.. Miss- Hxynps and 1 Miss ROYAL GELATINE DESSERT, pkg. 5c
Lake for the tails en route to the Methodist the weekend
on Kingsley Lucille Kennedy spent
.t Then I first started my business summer months. Church Conference In Tampa. In Tallahassee as guests of I TIP TOP BREAD, 3 for 25cTIP I

I made up my mind to treat j Mrs. W. 11. Mundy spent Wednesday Mrs Arthur Rigdon and Mrs. Miss accompanied Georgia Haynes.home They by were Miss: TO"u Til1 TOI' -- !

my customers like I wow like t-o and Thursday in Talla- Lacy Rigdon and children first of Haynes, who has spent (the past TEA pkg. lOc COFFEE 1b. 20cIllia ;
f 83c; I of her sister, Jacksonville were guests the ,
t. + be treated. I derided that hassee an the guest and Mrs J. J. few weeks in Tallahanoee. -- .
t'\;. "worth of wa not Miss Dorothy Sapp. of the week of Mr. TOP HOLI> TOPCOFFEE
Eva Rigdon.
to Rive for n dollars: thatIt Rigdon and Miss Dr. and Mrs. C. )<'. Sayles of; COFFEE Ib.15c Ib. 18c
be -
enought Williams will ---- last weekend 1 :
of Jack Miami were guests :
Friends ..
do'' Mendoza and son i
would me to give a has returned Mrs. C. C. JoK.. Perry-
pay he and Mrs.
learn that of Judge '
lars worth for uSe Instead. Thissystem to glad his to home here following an illness .. Cliff; and daughter, Miss Gloria man at their summer home oniingsley ''I' BALLARD CIRCLE FLOUR, 24 Ibs. 60c :
of Jacksonville were guests Mrs. --- -'--
Johns, und ---
.. combined with a touch ofcourtesy I in Jacksonville. Inn.'h u redo y v,f .1\.fr.... _anA n.. Mm... T.- J. 1 Sayles: were Lake en route 'to- LittleSwitzerland .. .I _IIU'WT.... .- {{'HIIITf'1 I ._iFK'1'....I.. (N)1 II'Q'(iNh
In dividends.Sounds ---
has paid off Jones of Jacksonville, Griffin and Mrs Carrie Ritch. N s' for the sum
blow In' my own Mr. Alice
three I BACONPound LARDPound
the past I
spent mer.
who has :
horn. I reckon I ani. with relatives, returned Mrs. Lois Muyvg and son. James I --- ----- .
weeks here
i this week
I to her home Saturday.Mrs. Mayes ,
While they
In Tennessee.
Rltch Mrs. E. L. Robert (t' Jackson is managing I 9c 9c
H. C. i i
Radio Shop.
ihnqIll5P Biggs, Miss Ruby Lilly, and Misses Mr. Mayes' I I
spent -
I Marjorie and In Lillian Jacksonville. Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr., has re COOKING OIL, Gallon 69c :
;I last Friday turned to her home here after enJoying f

-nctU' dl I Friends of little to learn Janet that Andersonwill she isi with her a visit brother-lii-law In West Palm and Beach sister liRE SURE SLICED PINEAPPLE-- No. 2 can ---- lOc- -

be glad -- ---- '- -
being confined to Mr. and Mrs J. J. Hudson to
i improving

butyl tA' CF !i her home because of Illness. Miss Catherine Heer of Tampa FOR RENT furnished upstairs SUGAR
'N ,.ilpTNtg IllNt&0 \ ,Oil "f-q and Margaret Is substituting as operator at the apartment Mrs S R Johns It s.23c
,,J 0"-- Mpg' S i Misses Betty State Farm Western Union office here In the ---- I :
CHItIpNNpN ... of the 335
CHEAP acres
StringfelloW who Is enjoying FOR SALT:
pISGpV SUN f i I first ot the week absence of Ft L Kemp ._ I
7 / i were guests week's vacation. good pasture land Plenty
Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Vall.. a two young timber Will sell)) all or
i lof, I Blue Rose Rice 5 Ibs. 15cSwiff
MrT C. E. Johns Mr. and, Mrs R. C. Buford an l part See W H
Amazing, welcome news for careerS Senator and MI :H Gloria Buford. M. Alvarez Store
Talla -
I from daughter -- --- -
women for home-bodies..Jor returned Saturday Senator Johns at spent the we k-end in Jacksonville ,, \'ANTE: ) TO IJL'V cows and :

very woman! A new Chiffonl stocking The by hassee tended where the State Legislature. visiting relatives, Miss visit.Bu '! hogs. Market price paid on ill s Premium Milk, Tall can 5c I
Non-Run longer ,
Holeproof. ford remained for a grades.; J. D. ODO I. box 247. ,
I ---- --
special loclt-sJileh method of knitting of Dr. L. H. Jennings Starke, Fla. 3-31-lyrp II TO H l'Ul"1P 8.3.111's I'ound'
prevents annoying, ugly leg runs J Friends that he lit con The Rev. and Mrs.V.. A. Fischer
means longer wear! Lacy, flattering, j will regret to hospital In of Jacksonville were guests Wednesday FOR SALETwo beautiful Iota HAMS

3-threod chiffons sheer, fined to st. becaUse Luke'l' of IIInesll. of Mr and Mrs. I*. D. Vln- I each fronting 105 feet by (500 1 PICNIC 20c ;

shades. Jacksonville ing en route to Tampa to attend { feet back on Little Santa Fe
lovely Newest
1 Haile of West Palm the Methodist Church Conference Lake!, directly south of my NECK BONES Ibe :
Woodfin Saturday for a j camp. Two dollars per front Jc ;
will arrive T. ,
Beach Carpenter, Mrs. T. Weeks Brooker 2tp
with his par Mrs. D. I' foot. R. A I --
vacation :
I two weeks' Mm K. G Duncan, and "4'un'lm Pound
ent. Mr. and Mrs. W attended theWoman' FOR SALE CHEAP -- Improved ,
'P K I4704VO Mrs. M. F. Brown I
L. and
t Mr. and Mrs. O. afternoon. vines $2 per thousand
r to Springs!; Tuesday
: moved
; Ington
1 have ,
*' 4S Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid Missionary strawberry plants -- -.-
L'o'b"" Kincaid-BeasleY cottage on Weldon and S2.CO per thousand Any amount IC.\1H'M: MflSTKHNCHUCK : Pound25c I II
the and Mrs S. A.
HOLEPROOF // 4i&'KanChiffonsLtf Kingsley Lake for the .ummer. Mr. returned home Sunday ,, LEON DICANDIO. Rt. 2, box

"d*.*""' children Winter Park 254, Starke. Fla. 5-26 4tp ROASTWKSTriLV
(( iW: .,.'.aw..5 E. L. Biggs and daughter afternoon from Weldon'sparents I
Do\ spent$ me.time U, where they visited Mrs\ FOR H.MJC CIIKATover: : one I -- -
e Sue, have as guests of Mn.Biggs' Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaf million Improved variety: Missionary I -.M.t, MEAT Pound20c

St. Augustine O. J. Griffin. fer. strawberry plant, by'
$1.35 Mrs
mother the bed or by the thousand. See i STEW ft.PIfi :

M. Overitreet of Eustls Florida. .
E. Starke
.. G. L. Patten of Mr I Millard R. Judd,
and Mr -
Mr of Lees-
D 6mo.p'
IT PAYS TO BUY ATtTERNBERC'f Tallaba ee wUl spend the week. and Mrs. J. Tuesday of Mr.
Mr. Pat' burg were guests ; EA RS. lb. 9c
end here a"V. E. Canova. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell en routeto I FOR SALE1931 1 1-2-Ton Chevrolet ;
ten's mother. Mrs. Jacksonville to meet their truck also a White 3-ton

and sister, Mrs. Paul A. I track. Bodies in good shape
Mr*. Richard daughter I AMR STFW. Ik 19cr
Canova 8am
Mrs, P E. Richard weN Smith, of Pheonix, Arizona. They Perfect mechanically. See
Kldd and .on. accompanied to Jacksonville Anderson at Temple Garage
Tuesday of Mr. and loin. were 6-2 2t
guests Jacksonville. by Mrs. Sewell. I
P. E. Canova Jr,

JL :-
T -r

_FIn. 0.\: \'. .n SfI ,.
FAGE SIX! Gainesville,-An order restraining Arcadia That

LAW REQUIRES II I Knowles and Company, Lees- live stock market Arcadia

1 SCHOOL BUDGET LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA I burg shippers from violating a I become the leading
I watermelon marketing agreementin lock

FARMERS:> SECTIONNOTES Board To FACTS IN SHOUT PARAGRAPHS four Southeastern states has of the state seems! ,10 w prncltc

\ GROWERS English Buy County I been extended to Sept. 1 by Federal assured by the tJllng.( lp ,u,
INTEREST TO BKADFORB I Borrow On State Appropriation it was t
OP L Judge A. V. Long, was made at it* cirsi ,.,.
NON-PROFIT learned early this week. on Tuesday of this
L Regardless of apparent GATOR BITTENMadison west Week11
Tallahassee,- This peaceful issued
STATE JERSEY SALE Mr Charles Spell- Tallahassee,- first restraining order was elements necessary to

7II.tI ft! Em MAKES GOOD RECORD shortage In state revenue well known- local resident, Florida city lapsed Into its accus- on May 25. It requires the company cessful sale were on band make ,
of all Florida man tomed routine this week as members with the water- of PIe
the school boards the misfortune of being to comply good stock about 600
llcnuehOld suffered
191 Ocala The annual sale held by counties are required by law to nipped by an alligator last Sunday of the 1939 legislature hectic 60-day departed melon agreement and all the ship- Plenty of buyers .ge I get b

the Florida Jersey Cattle Club I maintain at least eight months of night. It is thought Mr. Spellman's following a behind them ping regulations Issued thereunder stuff and to pay 8atlSfact

PREVENTING RANCIDITYMany here recently was one of the most is. not serious and he session, leaving I during the remainder of the sea prices. A good plant for
If Injury of.
tons haadl
fata or borrowed and
containing school, using hotel employes States agriculture -
foods successful ever held anywhere to be doing nicely. weary son. The United a big sale. A capubi ,
is reported biennial Ucto!
oil will develop rancidity rapidlyif In the opinion of officials in |I necessary to keep schools open, trash paper as relics of their department contended the and an efficient manage,

exposed to light. During the charge. Twelve bulls and 20 females I State Superintendent Colin Eng- sojourn. Many merchantswere Knowles firm shipped melons of oustanding feature 'lit the

summer months, when sunlight la were sold for an average PLENTY OF WATER frankly disappointed over the insufficient maturity and affected the purchase of 47 tta
said ,
lish yesterday. ofFlorlda's
foods become six percent the busi- of'o
Almost that
intense, these A bull consigned Tampa,- session explaining
: calves
long price of $137.456. of with anthracnose. sixty to ninety
[ of
The state miles days
rancid very quickly. Melrose Dairy, Thomas- 68,666 square ness transacted was pre- at the price ..
top of 17 .
is a good place to i by sale at $473. teacher salary funds to each is contained In its rivers, ..._.._ i._._i.i0 nm.. vears. NlffhtVlUUa These is! L.
refrigerator the area ? red. rai8ed-
vllle Ga., topped ICBio.av. SWING were ;
because as IN
to arecent
has been
not only county according IMMOKALEE
of them, of dsprings, were
store most by Will Nolan lakes an club proprietors Brothers of this
because It was I of the state which The first county and ,
them cold, but legal obligation and recreation survey losses. Keystone Heights
parks heavy
it keeps A cow consigned by, reporting
Jacksonville. bought by Relsman
it keeps extends from one annual budgetto State Plan- at Camp Immokalee &: Co I
in excluding light Wheeler Brothers of Saluda, S. C.. made by the Florida -5. ... girls' camp to Miami. The calves
the next, English said. Is well under way, according aver 8w
them fresh. brought the highest price of any ning Board. FINISH JOB IN HALF TIME the director, with little better than 152 pounds
and county Jones,
and 1 D. Burr
The Bureau of Chemistry female, being purchased by Mrs. Superintendents Worthington Sprlngs-The new all parts of the State and the lot brought $33342: ',
of budgetsfor from
Soils of the U. S. Department Christine Home of Ocala. boards, about to prepare Informedthat 200 ACRE FOREST BLAZE bridge across the Santa Fe Riverat visitors in the numerous 'lot of calves had been sorted
Agriculture discovered that when in the sale was next school year, are District Ranger J. W. will be participating of of
In Every animal which are Ocala,- Worthington Springs offered there. a group several hundred ]
enclosed those budgets activities
oil-bearing foods were Florida dairymen, only a forest fire bad I about June 10, considered Ideal
containers purchased by the full state appropriation Cooper, reported opened for traffic One of the most popular of the were Veaie i
foil based
black, or Jacksonville to Miami,, upon in the Ocala Na- morningat
green delayed mostly from required by law can swept 2,000 acres it was stated Thursday is horseback riding, one --.-
rancidity was appreciably received from as destroying most of I' E. Burleson,
although bids were tional Forest, the office of C. Thirty-
state superin this year. NOT
ordinary the initiated WANTED
in be approved by just!
chips Brown,, and large portion
Potato other states. Hamlin L. the young timber a State Road Department engineerat in this class. Al-
turned rancid enrolled Miaml-The German
tendent. two are
commercial bags State Agricultural trees last week. stein!
with the of the older Putting up guardrails the
dairymen I Worthington. for I
week. When wrapped in "A widespread fear that schools in Lake though riding was planned St. Louis, bearing 907 Jewish]
that fire,
within a Extension Service, says Cooper said, the and laying asphalt on approaches it may be
they remained freshand Improving will be forced to curtail activitiesfor and Crows first girls' camp only, fugees from Nazi Germany
green paper Florida dairymen are rapidly County between Paisley to the span are the only On June
edible for at least 2 weeks. their herds and obtaining two more years must not be Bluff was brought under controlby unfinished jobs on the continued for the boys. will apparently steaming i in aim.
in a clear glass the forward marchof remaining 11, the first camp for boys circles as negotiators ouglit]
Cashew nuts kept better animals. Most of the animals allowed to stop 250 CCC workers. it was stated. The main Interested -
contract, Those
bottle and exposed to direct sunlight were accredited for tuberculosis education which Is so well under completed and begin at Immoralee. gain them entry Into Cuba d drl
became rancid in" days. in Florida counties"English structure has i iI here are asked to get ped anchor about three mlleij
disease. way the
and Bang's forms
sample; of cashews keptin said. MUCH FARM: LAND the concrete which I touch with the camp office in the Miami Beach Sunday A C

Another bottle under the same L. V. Minear of Jupiter, president their legislative Tallahassee, The total land I greatest part of the span, has cured Graham Building, in Jacksonville. '' Guard patrol boat sent outi
a green Jersey Cattle "The people and to bear traffic
remaind ferub for of the area of Florida is 35,111,040 acres sufficiently Immokalee Is a non-profit under- immigration authorities
conditions I nut
shown more
light than 8 months. So did corn- Club, says the county agents who representatives have before their determination of which approximately 18 per- whenever the remaining work Is taking and Is run as a character routine inquiry as the vesKl'i]
more in than ever
meal, peanut butter, walnuts, and are working with dairymen In clearly to provide the youth cent Is in farm lands, while bout \completed. building organization. The boardof sition, first sighted the craft t
their counties aided greatly devoted 5
of land are promi-
includes many
educational 3,100,000 trustees ing extremely slowly past 1.
lard. Florida with those
.<->...,..._ *nave _found__ that greenWUiclo making the sale .a success. of .ft.., ,..1,.,.,,.. ..... .n Imnf'rA-.. to conservation, a very small I _SILK _WORM. INDUSTRY......._ CH ...& ". nent citizens of Jacksonville. Lauderdale bound southwart! 1
n uurLuiLLn. wi ; -- -- --- available lor me oia > v
D l Beacn
which Is e ray
of 5
boat fell in
the aroma portion behind
containers preserved tlve today in any democracy. The unusual advantages I patrol
SIGNIFICANT shown by the parks Florida possesses CHARTER
and flavor of fruit FEW the amendmentby recreation as REFORMING: ocean liner and by radio rep
of parity of an
and coffee passage and recreation survey made by the for the development Miami Beach,-This Winter resort to shore '
Juices sauerkraut juice LAWS PASSED ON a vote of nine to one was an silk industry throughthe its position stations a
State Planning American end of a torrid
color. Florida neared the craft
better than any other educational mandate from the and Palm the big dropped anchor J
of silkworms
shade of CAPITOL HILL legislature respondedby culture political battle over charter reform the Miami light two Coast(G
The for
people. ideal
The most Beach county is an spot season's
for these light-excluding modernizing some school laws OFFICIALS CAN RETIRE Louis Santoro, Monday, with planes were dispatched from ]
industry to
green containers is a chlorophyll or grass The 1939 lawmakers imposed no and by organizing all school law Tallahassee,-Governor Fred P. such an of an experimental silkworm most spectacular crime pointed Miami base to kep It under t

Manufacturers of food new taxes and made only alight in a comprehensive code, by providing Cone Saturday signed into law a manager told members of the as proof of the need of a change. vellance. Alter about two 1

green.containers have means of testingthe revisions of existing occupational for retirement of veteran legislative act permitting city officials Kiwanis farm Club last week. San Voters Tuesday passed on the the St. Louis lifted its anchor 4

exact shade of their containers. licenses applying to certain classes teachers, and by voting an increase to retire at half pay after local toro said that Florida baa the advantage question of whether the mayor the resumed its extremely slow
home-maker They voted repealof of service In shall continue to be merely toward the southeast
Ordinarily the of people. of $100 to the value 20 years of consecutive of 12-months' growing !
approximateit the one-half per cent gross receipts the next two office. Legislators president of the City Council withno
has not, but she can each teacher unit for the same elective the silk Is better than has
the season the other
with good results. She can also -' tax on retail stores but years. said only two or three men been elsewhere and the greater power than 000 in cash and jewels, result f|
cold as well Governor has not acted on the bill. would be eligiblle for produced four members, or If the office
keep her supplies "It is the county official who in Florida heat of the sun can be used In the official this laxity It was charged.
in small quantities The tax produced'about $2,000,000a retirement. They named shall be separate and the would !
buy such
as dark, and must plan and budget and set the place of special machinery for veto At elected mayor protect
Valz with powers.
Fred endowed
weather. year. Commissioner racketeers and !
in warm City This culture was des- city hoodlj
tax killed or pace for progress. State law demands of these. steaming. proponents claim the
Among the plans Jacksonville as one cribed as an unusual opportunity present or face recall, they argue.
TAMPAN ATTACKED lost In the last-minute crush were of these officials at leastan charter divides responsibll 11 y

M. Wall, well- sales (axes, luxury I for small farmers. the five councilmen with rktrkiMALAF
Tampa,-Charles proposals for eight-month term. It author- FOR OIL + among

known Tampa Saturday figure night, was when slightly a taxes, amusement chain stores taxes and, b'gher race izes county loans up to 80 per i' Cedar DRILL Key,-Down better than OIL NEAR LAKE CITY? lax.the result Such that instances law enforcement as the recent is 666; ;
levies on
wounded of unknown assailants opened track bets, taxes on slot machines, cent of any balance of the appro- 5,000 feet, drillers are still at Lake City,-Large-scale drilling Blackstone hotel robbery, when : In 7 day, mid r,I

group him as he was in his casinos and punchboards. priation to the county, which is work on Cedar Key seeking oil operations for gas and oil will be several armed men cowed guestsin LiquId.'rabIet., COLDST40. )
fire on gambling due know to be there, in this vicinity about July IO.I..p
the last $1000
his all but $200 on they and leisurely
from dm
automobile about a block There also were various propos the early morning .. llropn urmMnmi
state. Unpaid loans be- but whether in commercial quantities 1, according to Kenneth Nix secretary Wo J
Wall reported to police als to eliminate the ad valorem from the chiseled open safety deposit boxes, Try "Rub-My-TlHn a
home. to be seen. of the Swift
to be not remains and treasurer
that he believed his assailants tax system and replace It with come the first obligation or : .", .-- escaping with approximately $70- Liniment
were taxation. The budgeted and paid the following Dr. J. Vii Turner, In Orange Gen- I Creek Oil C orpora ti on. mx h as
six and that they forms of
numbered other falls declares the well been here for several weeks representing -
1940 If state school revenue eral Hospital
He spid he was did submit to year.
in a truck.times but that after the lawmakers electorate a proposed constitut- short the next legislature will face' mechanical mishaps, while Presi- I his firm and has completed FUNERAL DIRECTOR .

at five crashed through the tlonal amendment to abolish prop- the deficit. Meanwhile education dent Ed Hill of the drilling outfit all preparations for the My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bandit!
windshield first of his car he dropped taxes for State purposes only will have been carried on with bor- asserts his belief that the fist- undertaking./ The Swift Creek Oil EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE <
steering wheel. Only a would be less than five rowed money in accordance with tail bit of the rotary drill is within I Corporation has leased 57,000 MODERATE PRICESDeWITI'

behind the ...- but this .. -..-- .lAorol. m/inarlnro......._ Ret uo_ i'k_ I 2sn! fpot of real oil hrtrosand. acres In the neighborhood of Lake
t siruun k jfl?? --- v ? -- --- -
pelleWall s uuu. me aouar.After cb JONES
few shot gun mills on C.
j : Olustee and Lake Butler, and
state for such an emergency. City
in Tampa political month of
a figure than a
long more Steaks, Florida
drills and
expert -
affairs laughed off the at- conferences and compromises "The legislature which adjourned -I. is bringing In rotary -
I to handle
oil from Texas
tempt on his life. When officers the Legislature completed last Friday kept faith with the TO WELCOME CONE HOME men

asked him If he knew who the assailants action on bills permitting the 67 schools," English said "And at Lake City,-A gigantic barbecue I Its operations. The corporationIs INSURE WITH
might have been, replied: counties to receive over a periodof the same time followed the leadership and alt-day celebration will be spending large sums on pro. II

"I have no idea. Just a few years a total of $262,749,000 of Governor Cone who opposed held here in January. 1941, to hon-1 ject and, although officials the madeno success H JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT

punks trying to make some three-sevenths of the gasoline the tapping of new sourcesof :or Governor Fred P. Cone when be statements regarding

money" Wall, about 65, Is a cousin -' from tax collections.The revenue It is quite probable leaves office and returns to his of the project, it is felt here .I 1 FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY- BONDS

of Postmaster J. Kdgar Wall of will be In additionto that funds will be sufficient to home in this city. The Idea, con- that the oil firm holds high hopes
Tampa and of Perry G. Wall, the $107.688.000 voted them by I meet the regular school approprl-I I ceived by John Red Davis, editor I[ that the drilling will prove justl- t I( Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

former Tampa mayor.MALARIAl. the 1931 Legislature. They will _atinnn u____.. n if the____ Governor- vetoes the -nt- thA-..- -r.Ak K citv- ---r'-r..C-. ... has already j I fled. m ____ 1 I
use it to retire their road and i repeal of the gross receipts tax at caught the public imagination -
Legislatorssaid least 90 per cent will be raised by is enthusiastically '
bond debts. and being ,
bridge resort- Facts That Concern You N. 8/J se riIf
and "no the compromise bills would earmarked funds without endorsed by hometown friends of WJI3 ooo
good"If you due are to Malaria try Winter- give the road system more funds Ing to provisions' of the parity the governor as well as his many _

smith's Tonic I Thousands of people} for maintenance and constructionwork amendment. followers throughout Columbia ---
all over the South "swear by it'- than originally provided. county.

milluma of people for over 701 Racing was a much discussed of Health broader powers, to regulate .

Malaria.years, have. .said The it's small the bottle thing costs tot!) topic all through the 60-duy session. the practice of photography, WILL hEAD SENATE

only 50 cents-yet may convince First there was the successful barbering and chiropody. Governor Tallahassee,-John R. Beacham ,
you that it's what you need. TRYWinteramith's. effort of non-racing counties Cone vetoed an act for a distinguished member of the Sen- __ .

: That's all we oskJ:! to preserve the equal distributionof State Department of Labor. ate for the district comprisingPalm L 1:

race track revenue among the The lawmakers approved a Beach and Broward Counties __

WINTERSMITH'STONIC counties. Then there was the Sen series of bills requested by amajority was nominated for the presidency -

ate's investigation of conditions of the citrus Industry to of the 19tl Florida Senate. L ,. __

connected with Florida horse and keep green fruit off the market, Beacham won the' honor on the

tracks. Lastly there was the canning and otherwise of the I t:
dog _L'___ ._ .______& regulate. H L'_ _"_" first ballot at the caucus. H sI
Senate's move vriuay lu uiiieuacthe control me DIg oran g e, K'"HC"" "" 19 senators who were elected last

BEASLEY & GAY tax on race track wagers. TiSenate and tangerine business. The House year for the 1939 and 1941 sessions _

passed the higher tux bills passed but the Senate killed a bill and upon his re-election In jH j-

Service Station but the House did not. to permit a State marketing next year's voting he will be assured I

The Legislature did not Increase agreement slmiliar in operation to the honor legislative post. II

the amount of old age pensionsbut I' the Federal-Industry trade pact The session was executive, the result II I !

Washing, Polishing, It cut some of the red tape The House passed a series of being announced as the senators I j ;

Standard connected with getting them. It I i bills relating to hunting and fishIng left the room. I _ __
killed a Florida Townsend plan I but few of them got throughthe I

Oil Products but it set up retirement systems I Senate. A new State law was A STRANGE NEW CITY

for school teachers, circuit judges, ; enacted to regulate the sale of Dunedln.-A unique communitywill _

municipal firemen and certain' foodstuff drugs and cosmetics be founded near here-to be I! ,
Our Greasing Jobs:! are done made In the I __ _
city officials. I Some revisions were known as the city of Mecca. The i 1 H :
with the bent grease money laws regulating sale of Intoxicating afford'' I _
of the project Is to -
The new constitutional amendment purpose _-_-
can buy. "'!'fC'llfj''I1J giving the public schools the beverages, and the tax on people of Arabic and Syrian des-\ I __ s-.. ..,;_ / -, _

__ same claim on general revenue Florida wine was cut while that cent and birth a place where they 'I" I .

r4 ThE .Tn, fund money that governmental; on out-of-State wine was boosted. can live together In homes of1 I Ii _____ ___

operations have was put Into effect Supreme Court justices, the Arabic architecture and obncrve i, "

IEWNOLIE The law-makers also voteda State auditor and the State motor all the traditional customs of their !tii\ --- .

two-year emergency appropriation vehicle commissioner got pay homeland. The city was created -
Increases but House-approved salary during the last \I \\1
= of $1,400.000 annually for the by a special act
State cabinet officers
Increases for
week of the state Legislature. the
schools In addition to continuing *
the present State aid of about I and State railroad commissioners bill providing for the city limits to I

$13.000.000 a year. failed to get through the Include 180 acres, with provision 1 \\1 $1,361,213.13

The State Milk Control Board Senate. for future extensions. 1 I TOTHE RESM

with its price-fixing power was I Bills to outlaw to-called "heart -. I

made a permanent State agency II balm" suits based on breach of HUNGRY BASS | l! AND that's just the beer tax: revenue this state How can we keep these benefits % ,

The House voted to abolish the promise to marry and alienation Leesburg,-Leesburg fishermen i I ita.fcollect.g. to lift the burden of direct taxation and for us? Brewers of America: reali whole '
of affections and to increase the believe bass in the local lakes I! 1 from shoulders. retailing a 5 r
State Laundry and Dry Cleaning I your Nationwide beercontributes depends on keeping beer offi.1Ji>
Board another price fixing I grounds for divorce in Florida have been rendered more "catch- J I I I over a million dollars a day to the as beer itself. They want to help tnorcelallf

JACKSYNV1 LLE'S agency: -but the Senate did not went only half way through the able" by the closed season of 601 j II I cost of government. Think what that means in In every possible way. They caflflo ,

LEADING HOTEL act, thus perserving the board. I Legislature.A days during which they were pro- \. l paying for relief, in public works, in old age But they can-and will-coopera. tId

The Legislature established a new law of 1939 limits to a tected. For the last week they ) assistance right in your own community. tend booklet telbngAdJrfilThen
lee a
.I..... .... child's share the inheritance of a have seemed unusually ravenous i, think of the million ;you '
..... ...., .. .. State road patrol to be financedby new jobs that beer unusual self-regulation program I II 19E1i'
G "'15UMMER .at .1 douI.wskao.vtU. a drivers' license of :50 cents childless second wife If her deceased for bait cast by sportsmen, two f made. And then add to that a 100 million dollar United Brewers Industrial Foundation

-. Ev.yCOMFORT a year but the House killed all husband had children by a competing for the same plug on market for farmers' crops! 40th Street New York. N Y.

=. w4t55.4. efforts to keep livestock off the I former marriage. Sponsors of the several occasions. R. O. Bowden. I I

...u....4 y..tIaa._..........I..a..wsIsa.,b.4 highways by requiring owners to "step-mother" bill said it would Leesburg angler, took a nine I *O') "from Slat/ Btvtrag Dips /tocFudo *.cis. to. oftd ficciM, tax,

Will -.na.--'.... n4 fence their animals. discourage the activities of "gold pound and a one and a half pound

..... .Jl.nalng....-SnIV7.... Boards were set up, or continued diggers." bass on the same plug while fishing
roruux nicio to form rural electrification in Crooked Lake. A day or so BEER..a beverage of moderationBRADFORD

COCKTAIL LOUNGE end cooperatives, to conduct examinations neautlrul Ivory "in?OrflLIs," before that J. L. Shelter, fishing

COFFEE SHOP In the heaUng arts, to specially procumed to reaemMe In the same lake, landed two baas i,

put private employment agenciei I engraving. 100 for $1 Including weighing respectively two poundsand

0tIIe0 L I ,_ $w.PWiCI.5..i.H.t.I .. under the State Industrial Commission envelope*.....Bradford County Tel- five and three-quarter pounds Till ___
I D.k..k5, to give the State Board II f'papb. on the same catt.

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By FLORIt STATE BOARD OF scientific; treatment that. person Tallahassee.Governor Fred P

HEALTH should be able to Imagine. Cone l iii. studying three bills pass PENS

\: Yet the majority of people seemto ed by the 1939 legislature which.

""' .. _ _, How many times have you seen think Indigestion Is caused exclusively If vetoed, would enable him to
-----, people make a dash for the baking by Improper diet. And carry on the normal functions of

1 METHODIST PKESBYTERIA EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN soda, the moment they get up rather than go to the trouble of state government, avoid the nec- FLORIDA PROSECUTORS
Roblnion Rev. Chaa. H. Allen, Rev. Fre4 TerkeJr.. Rev. W. T. McGuire <\XI) DEWEY DIFFKRThe
ffRtiJj'SSsr Frank
nev. pa.tor Rector Pastor from the table ? Probably more regulating that diet and making essity of calling an extra session Daytona Beach constable
Pastor Sunday School times than can count. certain whether It is really the and. at the
B. !c. P.rryman, Supt. Sunday School Supt you same time meet all appropriations from whom two brothers took
Gen. Superintendentof Ora-anlet Miss Ella J. SaiseOrcan.st Mrs. Ira Wilson Persons who become addicts to cause of their discomfort, they for schools and social &
Church school! Mr. E. M. Davis Sunday School Negro taxi driver and shot hint
: Mrs. James such a habit be seriously Impairing take pills or soda or both.
\ School Carlisle 10 o'clock may security.
Church School
s..d" It..rnlnl Church Supt.Roy to death on a public highway several -
.d 10 A. M. Service Worship Service their health riskIng These bills the
Mathews or even Although in many cases dietary were repeal of
ir'Le weeks became uncertain
Worship Every 2nd Sunday ago very
11 A. II.ptlot Morn Service.' In. 11.A. M. Church School 10 A.School M. 11 o'clock a. m. their lives. They are- guessing abuses are the cause of Indigestion the one half of one percent gross about Identifying the two

TralnlnlrIOn. P. M.I Rvenlns Worship 1* A. U. Sundays .. 11 A. U. 1:00: o'clock p. cii.Prayer at what may be wrong with it is not worth the dangerof receipts tax and two measures accused men when he waa put on
,:00 MeetingWednesday
: P. M. Horning
.,,.ninl. service Service.Young 8-00 P: .opl.'. 11 A. M. Fridays ._ 8:00 P. M. Night them. They label as "Indigestion"every letting undiscovered ulcers setting up a new allocation of the i the stand although he had positively -

eo p. !f.raYor Leaa-tie Meeting Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Days..10 A. ).I. 1:00: o'clock refusal of the stomach to Cancer, appendicitis gall stones counties' gasoline tax revenues. | Identified them previously.And .

MeettfltPM.: 7:00 P.Meeting M. take the fool offered It, every and other dangerous diseases geta As the regular session adjourn- j so a Volusia County jury

4..y.PI.nletra ; c.nov- Wednesday Prayer 8:00 P.M. MISSION HALL ("111:"('" OP ('tll""Tl pain In the pit of the stomach ac. foothold simply because a per. ed sine die shortly before midnight 'I acquited the two men leaving unpunished -

Ix .. GOSPEL TAB.Sponeored l companied by belching. chooses to make his own diagnosis Friday, the
)1Ofl&pireCtOr Mr. F. H. >n Sunday School 10.00: son governor gaveno the second of two Instances
po..U Organist and Choir Sponsors: by A. M. Chronic Indigestion, like chronic of "Indigestion." indication of what he intendsto this in which Flor-
Director Mr. and Mrs.J. year
Cb.1rm.ra Mr. and Mre.J. Worship every Pun- headaches is a warning and be left for do about the
T. signal Diagnosing should three key bills.
De.con. QulgleyEvangelistic diane taken the law Into
of Mi*. E. K. Ferryman T. Qulffler day at 11:00 o'clock have
I..", "tekllt.rCh.lrm.11 Assistant Or Ban 1st Bible Study each Service Prayer Mevtlntc! team mate of several serious diseases the doctor. That Is his job, and Predictions were made by sources their own hands snatched prisoners

Truete.. T. T. Long Assistant I each Friday and Sunday Thursday night 11:00: the presence of which is your doctor should be seen nt once close to the chief executive however from constituted law enforcement -
evening 8,00 duly
ird_of...__.n. Chair_Director-- Tuesday : evening 8:00: o'clock only discernible by a doctor after If stomach pains, belching and discomfort that he would withhold approval officers and killed the

= __ making a thorough physical examination persists after a few common on all three bills. helpless victims.A .

PASTOR LEAVES Church Of Christ and performing various sense dietary "tests" are Veto of the two gas tax bills, j I
riding his bicycle -
scientific medical tests. Some of made and bring no relief. It was pointed out would give the 12-year-old
t FOR CONFERENCE Meeting ContinuedThe had been run over by the
JOB JONES the diseases indicated by persistent When Indigestion, even though state road department approximately evidence
taxi. There was ample
attacks of indigestion are chronic, is due to improper diet $2,000,000 in gas revenue
t wment On Here Morning and evening services at protracted meeting, being chronic appendicitis ulcer and habits a complete correction of the bureau has not been receivingand that the taxi driver had not been
the First Methodist Church mark- conducted by the Church of Christ drinking. There was no evidence
cancer of the stomach gall stones these habits should bring Immediate consisting of money heretofore -
And Hereafter ed the close of the Conference at the American Legion building,, heart disease, kidney disease, diseases relief The principal diet going to several counties, that he had violated any traffic
year for this and the other Methodist continues through Sunday, June of the liver and law or regulation-nothing to Indicate -
certain nervous "tests" are: Eat very slowly whoso allocation expires If the new
5iHe forward looking man." Churches of the Florida Con- llth with services each night at I disorders, and Florida's numberone at regular Intervals; eat perfectly bills are killed. In such event It that he was to blame what.
l II a ference. At the morning hour the 8:00: o'clock and Sunday at 11:00A. soever. Even the best of drivers
said about a substantial white health problem, hook- balanced meals and masticate WIIS explained, the governor could
Was to the writer re- pastor. the Rev. Frank Robinson, M. and 3:00: P. M. worm disease. thoroughly; do not eat while men- transfer: this surplus money from know how close they come sometimes

mess man used his theme "Days of Oppor- The subjects for the remainderof These diseases, though serious tally upset and do not overeat. especially the road department to the state to running down a carelem

It t'y-! need Is an e upward tunity." During his address he recalled this week are as follows: Fri usually can be cured or effectively during hot weather.If general fund, giving the road department boy on a bicycle.Yet .

chat men blotted by our to the minds of his hearers day night "Christian Unity" ; Sat treated if discovered early enough. conscientious application of the state's "I O. U." in I the taxi driver was killed-

k. The past sinned is and comet II that many accomplishments had urday night "What Does It Take And indigestion is usually one of these fundamental eating rules accordance with a policy followedby not by order of the hew following

'All have of God." Every been noted during the year but also To Make A Christian?"; Sunday the earliest symptoms that develop, does not prevent or stop your Indigestion the three preceding administrations. a democratic trial, but simply

t of the glory that statement that other things that were afternoon, "The Empty Seat"; which Is about one of the most I it isn't soda you need murdered. No one will be pun-

weit man knows his own life. needed had failed to be carried to Sunday night. "Individual Respon- convincing arguments In favor of but a doctor and promptly.of After much study Governor ished. That's frightening not

|,cripture Is true in of completion. However he continued sibility." Cone Tuesday morning vetoed theegislature's junt to Negro taxi drivers, but to
Men talk about the divinity of BROOKER the house and about 75 relatives all thinking people who cherish
thlnki the new days opportunity In making the announcement of bill repealing the one-
man i nature. but honest with the dawning of a new enjoyed a swell feast. Last half of personal freedom, the Bill of
believe It. The began the services, Rev Harry Pickup Mrs. L. L. I'arker, Correspondent. one per cent gross receiptstax
men do Conference and each one had year the celebration was held at which Rights and democracy.
year produces $2,000,000 a
of history have said, "The public Is invited to at-
lit philosophers to live the the home of Floyd Green. The Dewey In New
has something anew the opportunity tend all of these services whichare Royaw A. Owlney year for public schools. Withoutthis District Attorney
Served that man down- more abundant life as individualsand characterized by scriptural investigation I Little Royace A. Oalney who has place for the next years union money Governor Cone said York promptly, slapped contemptof
which pulls
Jhli nature Church members. He con has not been announced yet but all of court or perjury charges]
Theolog- as of the things taught in been 111 In St. Vincent's Hospital "Practically our public
lid and not upward. when the time comes there will bea who changed
Mod- cluded his remarks by saying that the Word of God. Congregational In Jacksonville for some time schools will have to be closed against witnesses
i call It total depravity. next conference lot of us wishing we wereGreens Insofar social Is their stories in racket trials Hut
the as concerned
during year security -
and preachers singing Is under the direction of died Friday night. He was the
luilc teachers should strive for the so we could enjoy the the l made the Daytona Beach prosecutor con.
rid of this doc- everyone M. K. Sanders, Wm. Halliburton son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey legislature no
tie tried to get as Individuals and as a feast too. change In the setup because bills splcuously failed to show a ulrntllnr -
man and robs highest or Leslie Mills. All three of these and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Ine. 'It Executive MwtlngThe
In truth.
Church. trained singers with Gainey and E. E. Ivy. The baby Increasing pension payments were interest
they tell us. men are
dignity, committee of the his
of his executive who changed
i leaders have Assisting in the service was the radio and electrical transcription was nine months old and has been defeated by one branch or the The
modernistic New River Association will meetat la, of course, one of'lorida's
other. Hence to testimony
of Choir Mrs. F. H. Long. and Mrs.J experience." very 111 for six weeks. Funeral pension payments
I to sell their "divinity Kingsley Lake the third Sun- thousands of fee officers
the will remain the
aged at -
services held at the present
W. Andrews the latter singinga were parent'shome
,an] nature' to young people. ; day afternoon of June at 3 o'clock. $15 a month from state who spend millions of dollars of
solo. Mrs. T. T. Long read a Sunday afternoon at 2:00:
inking young people tell me in RISING Any one desiring to present any sources. Revenue to the schools taxpuyeu'money. What for? To
o'clock. He leaves to his
F evangelistic meetings, "We paper from the College Bishops Mrs. II. II. Lewtn, CorrespondentMiss morn business before them will be wel ulito have been left undistributed help give the state a bad name before -
of the father and mother,
We do not setting forth some purposesof going a loving
ow we are sinners. nor were changes made In other the whole -Tampa
Methodist Mr. and Mrs. R. M. and
united Gainey come.Mr.
oW whether we are totally de- the newly Varilee and Miss Irene and Mrs. R. T. Hargrave, funds. Times.

red but we do know there Is Church. Lewis and Woodrow Thomas were sister EIoLse. Pallbearers were an T. W. Markey Mrs. Fred Hazen, Although the legislature

nethlng wrong with our lives." The evening service was con visiting Goldhead Branch State uncle, Larson Mintz and a cousin, Mrs. Thelma Crosby, G.O Mc- ud extra-budgetary appropriations apprnv- lICK TOWNS

eologinns when they speak of ducted by the pastor and was composed Park Sunday.Mr. Truby Plnholster. Gauley. and O. C. Kelly appeared totaling several million dollars the Where do they get that wordhick"

al depravity do not mean thatry of the Administration of the and Mrs. R. M. Crosbywere Card of Thanks before the school board Monday governor can either veto such any way?

man is guilty of every sin. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. visiting friends In the Glen- We wish to thank our many June 5 with the request that bills or refuse to sign checks for Obviously It was the Intentionof

ey do mean that man was born Mrs. Andrews sang "Why Did He dale Hospital in Palatka Thurs- friends and relatives for their school open In August and that these expenditures. the slogan-makers to conveythe

0 this world with no divinity in Love Me So?," while the Choir kindness and sympathy shown the building be repaired and some ..-- impression that a "hick town"I

nature They mean that man gave the responses. Mrs. Long day.Miss Haven Crosby spent last during the illness and death of I paint work done. The board voted LIVING CHEAPERIN I something to be looked down

himself! can do nothing to save played soft music during the ad- week with Mrs. W. E. Hall and our beloved baby. May God's unanimously that school should upon, the kind of a town we would

aself, that his hope of salva- ministration of the Communion.The Mrs. Edd Murrhee In Green Cove blessings be with each of you. open in August and that the DIXIE STATESA not want to live in.

1 comes from a power outside church was beautifully dec- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and rooms be fixed and the Black : : From long usage the term

Hlmnelf 'All our righteousness orated with an abundance of flowers Springs.Mr. daughter. Boards and doors painted before Labor Department survey of hick town," when used by city ,

!filthy rags." That Is a plain and during the Sacrament was and Mrs. George/ Reddishof 4-11 CampA school opens. There were 46 living costs in five Southern communities dwellers, has come to mean 80'rural

Ument of the'Word of God. lighted onty'wtth candles and the Heilbronn Springs were guestsof patrons requesting school open In and five Northern communities farming community.
her parents Mr. and Mrs. group of our 4-H club boys of Nlmlliur size l shows
of out
two In favor there so
electric August and only what Is
cross. Now just
ain by anyn
Any ever left Monday to spend a week atI 3.1 cent
Norman Sunday. costs are ,
Everett average per I _6 .'A. mn uncouth.. HUL <> nta.Irableboutii -
July. "
could under certain provocahave Services next Sunday will be con- I Camp McQuarrle in the Ocala National South. VIU1. ) uv : ;
Frederick of I lower In the ; !
Mr. and Mrs. R. I farming community
committed by hour of worship Phlpps who was hit by
been fined to the morning Reddish ofHeilbronn Forest. Enjoying this affair Harvey Iii making the report public to :

fry man Men like animals may at 11 o'clock. At this hour Miami Mrs. Drew of are: Gordon Parker, Billy "Peggy," Is still In the Aluchua day, Elmer, I.'. Andrews, administrator ?
\\'e certain attractive traits. the service will be conducted by Mrs. Arch Green Crosby Robert Henry Margrave County Hospital, but Is Improv of the Fair Labor Standards Well, let us Mi>e. In the first :
I... Conner of Gum
Is -
Mrs. community
town" a
the "hick
igi can be kind. Horses areen the Stewards of the church. H. V. ing. place I
Shaw and J. D. Lucas M. G. and "Fatty"Hayes. Act, said the statistics wouldbe
F. and \
Mrs. J. air Is fresh
gentle Sheep set men an Knight will deliver the address of Branch. Suddenly III committees where the

>mple of patience but all ante I the hour. A cordial Invitation is children of the :state Farm W.were C. John and Effte Hurgrnve re After spending the week-end I In appointed used by to Industry recommend wage pure, free from ho I smoke and i
of Mr. and Mrs. I streets: In
and all men, whether educat- extended to everyone to attend all guests turned home Saturday from St. /good health with her parents, minima for various industries. gas and filth of city I

j or not are fundamentally alike. I this annual Layman's Day service Conner Sunday. Petersburg. John has been stay Miss Vera Gulney returned to The question of the difference I the "hick town" you know your
them I II
i Adam all died." _ft..-..'.!. t bt* u/n TTVI.s ohin....* _nt.. thin_...v fl...,.,,..._ The_ Mrs.\ Zarey Crawford and children ing where he could be close to the Camp Roosevelt Sunday night In living costs already has been ', neighbors and neighbor with lock (

BSo if we look back over our Young People's League meetingswill spent Monday with Mr. and salt water on account of Asthma and was taken very seriously III brought up before the textile and --usually you don't have churchesI to

(at we all find some sins. Wed be conducted at the usual Mrs. W. C. Crawford. but he I Is better and will be home, with appendicitis. She was rush shoe committees In efforts to obtain your doors at night; the outstandIng -
In the evening. W. K Hall and Mrs. Edd ed to the Hospital for an opera I I and schools. are mill the .,
1 an upward look We need a hour of 7 o'clock Mrs. for some time. Effle was visitingher regional wage differentials. communl-
of these
ivlor. We need the upward look 'Prayer Meeting service Wednesday Murrhee of Green Cove Springs brother and grandmother.Miss tion which was necessary Monday.Her Labor officials Indicated the report ( Institutions! for

I get forgiveness for the past. If night will be conducted at 8 were the dinner guests of Mr. and Veille Renfroe of Providence condition has not been reported would be used to counter demands 1 ties; there Is to grass play on anywhere, they don't

1 look forward with no fear of o'clock by Mrs. W. B. Sewell assisted Mrs. R. R. Crosby Tuesday. Is visiting with Lovelle and here yet. by Southern members oCongress .! the children or play
to travel to a park
future we must look upward. by members of the Senior- Mrs. J. W. Driggers and son, Geneva Parrish. ---- -- and manufacturers for ''on there are birds
the pavement;
e forward look fixes our gaze Young People's Department of the Jessie recently moved Into our Hun. Birthday Party 96 differentials In their favor. and flower, the natural one, not

| coffin, a shroud. a Judgement Church community from Interlachen. Miss Joellu Barry celebrated her DURING MAYOur The report showed the difference :j the park variety, to be seen and I

d an eternity. Mr. Webster On Tuesday morning the pastor We are sorry to report Elder N. seventeenth birthday with a party In living costs for a year loran enjoyed; there I is peace and quiet t

d that the most solemn thought and Mrs. Robinson left for St. T. King on the sick list this week. Friday night June 2, at the home many friend. subscribing average family In the North I and confidence. More and more

bad was his personal accounta- Petersburg and Tampa to attend of her father O. W. Barry, she re to the Telegraph during the month was only $13 more than In the those city dwellers who can of.

Ily to God. On his way to the Annual Conference of the GRAHAM ceived many lovely and useful of May were: H. A. Lawson Miss South. ford It are moving out to "hick

naacus Paul had an upward Methodist Church. They will return Mr*. L. C. Smith. Cor. gifts. Indoor games were enjoyedby Kvle Johnson J. A. Wasdln R. R While, on the average rents in I towns" to live and raise their \

k and his past sins were all next Tuesday afternoon. all. After that the thirty Andrews M. Z. Sullivan, Mrs.. H. the Southern cities were 7.9 percent : families. i

'tIed out and ever afterwardscould Several others of the Church planto ("hll
look into the future un- attend the Sunday session of The Children's Day Program at cream. The birthday cake was : Dr. O. I_ Haynes. A. J. Thomas, lower than In the Northern not complicated by the partnership .

aid -I press toward the mark the session of the Conference on the Baptist Church was carriedout beautifully decorated with candles W. S. Johns. T D. Dyal.>> Mrs. J. cities surveyed there was no essential of this or that political group r

the prize of the high calling. June 11. Delegates to the Con- In a nice way Sunday by the Mr. and Mrlt. G. A. Gay and !I L. Anderson, L. A. Davis, Mrs. difference In food costS with the underworld of vice,

Belting those things that are ference are: Principal delegate. 1... children of Graham and others. son Jerrul were visiting Mr. and Mary A. Davis. Vernon L. Rowe Clothing costs in the Southern gambling, booze. The "hick

hlnd. I desire to depart and A. Davis. alternate delegate. W. W. B. McKlnney of Starke gavea Mrs. Bob Hall of the Pine Level O. T. Nelson Ernest Wilmot, F. cities were 2 per cent higher; I town" doesn't have to go through :

I with Christ I am now ready P. Smith. talk on the life of the boy section Sunday. A. Scott, Mrs. N.. IJ. Walnwrlght, furniture furnishings and equipment the periodical wave of moral reform -

I be offered up." These are some Continuing a record of six consecutive Jesus. Also the Parker family Mrs. Dave Green and daughter,, Mrs. D. T. Clarke Ury Reddish 3.8 per cent higher and miscellaneous I when a "clean-up" Is made

Ihii statements concerning the years the Methodist of Starke gave some nice music on Madeline. spent Monday in Gaines L. L. Conner. R. M.\ Crosby, Mrs Items 3 per cent higher I just before election! In order to

Fure. How dare any man look Church of Starke will be reported their string instruments. The ser ville. J. C. Alvarez, C. H. Crumpler the report showed. catch the church vote--and then \

ard without fear until he first paid out in full on every financial I mon was rendered by the pastor. Mrs. Clyde Ilrown of Heilbronn Miss Anna S. Larson C. N. Shaw Average living costs for a famIly allowed to die a natural death as
t>c3 up for forgiveness for his Item. Other physical Improvements Rev. L. G. Hemmingway at eleven Springs spent Sunday with her Mrs. M. F. Hazen L. D. Vlnlng. In one of the Northern l37" soon as the shouting Is over and,
t the W. L. Andrews Mrs. W. E Toy were $1387' compared with $ administration
have been added during o'clock Refreshments at noon mother Mrs A. T. Thomas. the elected city
year that have made this perioone and after the noon hour. Rev. A. Mr. H. G Sanchez, of Gaines I lot J. A. J. McKlnney, Mlstt Deb In the South for a year. again nerds personal spending :

''RESHYTKKIAX CHURCH of accomplishment which the Lightfoot and Rev. R. J. Gomes ville has returned home after bie Phillips, J. K: Sullivan, Pitt The survey waR conducted In money and a place "to meet pri
!111 E. weeks with Mr. Newsom Mills Pat Lambe. V. F. the North at Chllllcnthe Ohio; and Indulge
and community few and plan
keeping with the of of the Church some Interesting spending a vately" and plot
thought people of Starke gave Pa. Holland -
week are happy to have attained. the lives of children and and Mrs. G. A. Gay. Manning, Mrs. Carlos Lee, B. Dover N. H. ; Hanover. ; In the very pastimes theyso
the talks on N.
worshipers at the D. W and Little Falls,
J. A Ch Mser. Mich.; short time
-.. --- In moulding their char- Mrs. D. O. Vollenwider of Tam- Jacobs, roundly denounced a
"tyterlan Church had their at.tb0 adults part Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Moore, Dr. S. Sternberg. K.: 10:. Y.. and In the South at Hattles- before.
centered on the subject of PINE LEVEL. acter for good.Mrs. Roy Bert and Markey. She Is the sister of Burney. Mrs. R. R. Jones Mrs burg, Miss ; Sherman, Texas; Business' leaders. will tell you

ace and War as suggested by Mrs. II. M. McKae, CorrespondentMr. Mr. and of Gainesville attended Martha Markey. Ida Saxon A. J. Starling, Miss Statesvllle. N. C.; Sumter. S. C. ; that their smartest and moat' reliable -
children J. W. Prevatt W. and Thomasvllle. N. C. worker
Reunion Madeline Frigo. and women
the Family
"ration at men
Day. The regular and Mrs. H. M. McRae had church Sunday night Mrs. S. C. Kennedy and daughter C, Ward O. C. Cason W. M. Edwards The difference In average costs were boys and girl from the

unist Mrs. E. M. Davis, con- as dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and church.Mr. George Rivers had Elva from Jeaup Georgia Mrs.\ W. M. Brown, W. "::. labor officials said "Is very amall "hick towrm." You don't hear the ,

1Uted to the worship with her Mrs T. N. Norman and daughter and Mrs his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs J. I. Mattox of Torode. Jr., Bn Rowe, Floyd particularly when it Is considered! "hick towns" wailing about their I
Vice of music. Miss Marjorie Dorthea. of Gum Branch and Eld. as their guest of South Florida. Savannah Ga. Mrs. J. O. Mattoxof Green Ralph Nettles, Mrs. Krrol In the light of the wider differ impending bankruptcy unless the)

zap asBUted W. E. Hall of Green Henry Rivers S. L. Lewis. James Ros ences between costs within the helps)
In the worship and Mrs. M. Elliott and son. Jeaup, Ga.. and Mary Virginia Alvarez well state or national government
t G. :
111 'Pecial\ vocal music. Cove Springs.Mr. Mrs. of Perry spent the Robinson of Melrose were visitingMr. ier. II. L. Norman Mrs. O. Gennn same region The !lowest as solve their financial probiems.There .

SUnday evening at 6 o'clock the and Mrs. Jack Goodge were Gettlst Mead.with Mrs. C. B. Rob- and Mrs. G. E. McGauley last -r. Mrs. A. Russell Norman,, us the highest cost for living the In tic'! but what's the ulle. W.

1I1a> XI had its In visiting relatives at Sampson City week-end week. They all met at the home Jim Jones Mrs. N V. Roblnette, the 10 cities was found among I could go on and on.
Hymn Sing added.
Church M. Hlnson in Gainesville J. S. Shivar Mrs. J. H. Lord TN Northern group, they "hick town" those campaign -
At 6:30: o'clock they Sunday.Mr. erts.Mr.. and Mrs. David Durban and of Mrs. H. It by a
Woodwardand K. M. -
their tea in the Manse. The and Mrs. E B. of Jacksonville spent Sunday and had a family re Kendrick N. J. Davis. -BUS-! 8CIIEIJUU5: organizer mean what"hick"
ular' daughters. Tony and children first time they Hazen, Fred Halslop John Sey usually dues, if they
meeting of the XI little her mother Mrs. C. union. It was North Bound town
Sigma with
Rhoden Sunday W. I... I
an at 7 o'clock In the Manse. Harriet, and Mrs. Daisy had all been together In six years. I mour. Alver Cassels Mr* Leave Starke: 2:43: a. m., 12:35p. : mean a community. which takes its
11 DaVis Earl all of Jacksonville, Logg.D. and brothers of Brown, Mrs. M: Levlton, Paul minds Its own bttsinei.and *
and sisters 0:15 and
was the leader. All son They are m. 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m. time
Mrs. H. M. McRae McGauley. Raymond J. L Wynn, R. L. Bat p. belle ring for
.ng people are invited were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E. I 10:13 m.South Is not always
cordially m., : p.
Woodard Sunday. J. D. Goodman, p. and
the went backto ten. G. L. Kersey I about something
Tea McGauley or
Sunday. MIss Juanita IK und something
and >
Program of then has to I
: .. __ Miss Edna GlISHon gone will C. S. H. Dodd Mrs. John to live and dobusiness
XI ----- with them. She O. Kelly. 10:20: I that's a good place
---- with her aunt. Georgia I Leave Starke: 2:20 a. m., {
BETHELMm. Florahome to stay of the Browning, Star Worklngman'sStore. the people don.tget
different | where
'n visit In parts 5:20 m. ,
Wednesday night the Carter. : Prather, Mrs. a. m., 2:20 p. m. : p.
Sigma Mrs' W.
Susie J. and dayout
Mrs. two week. "net up" day in ,
had Cor. about ._ all
its Susie GIMCOfl of Mrs. state for Bound to Tall ha' .
business Jean Bowers son P. Sullivan,, Went
J. and
meeting. Pat '
Little Florrle McKinney. frills In style
'I\s\ Annu.olIertinc! I arrive | about new
Is the his recently Leave Starke: 3:30 p. m.
newly' elected broke J. T. Quigley,
presl- Bowers Williams, then thank .
it A. Donnley of Ruth The Greens had their annual reunion Amos the atock market,
The othe Mr. and Mrs L. from a chair. A. Wood Starke 13:35: : p. m.
rofflcers as fall *
are Mr. In a of Mr. and Mrs. Letle Stilley. live and will live In a
visiting at the withIn God. we
'OWl' I service (
Secretary, Martha Mat- Klnrslev Lake were Mrs. Vollie Starling Ed Durban I... V. For free pick-up !
nll'b )Ir. and Russell Green Sunday June ,O. R. Prevatt, "hick town." Let 'er Hick
I: Treasurer. Margery M t- and MMI. E. GUSRon Friday Starke were visitors at the homeof :Mrs. spread Mann, W. C Prather, Horace\ city limits phone Lacy Y. Democratc Union.
"'; and Mr. and :Mrs. 4. At noon a long table was I Oneida ( )
JaCltllOn Program Chairman, Rich- Marion Glisson Glisson and children were Mr. and MrS. George Johnson tinier:! the beautiful oaks In front Varnes, and Mr*. R T Harjraves. way, sg"nt. I

; Social Committee. Albert D. this week. .
Y and Mary Alice Yarbrough. dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. !



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I EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAKKE. l'1.OlUV..t'._ I T -- FRIfl-1t- J111--t !9",

_.. .-. ---. - -. .- -- _.-. -- -- .- ---- -- ACCIDENT ON WAY Saw

Bradford County Telegraph I CHARLEY JOHNSINTERVIEWED PURCHASING POWER TO HOSPITALNone Mr. and Plenty M-s, hu,,of.,*D fe

I TOO LATE I APRIL I 1939.Compared and Mr. and Mr tnd
Established:; 1877 of the four occupants of Millard'
I Charley E John State Senator with APRIL. spent a pleasant
-. TO CLASSIFYi an automobile owned and driven wepken4
Published Weekly tin Fr-days and Entered as Second Class from Bradford and Union Coun- NVISTOM SVNOICATf by Austin Winkler were !seriously National Sliver Glenn Spring ,III !h4 0
Florida i I ny nr8'9ILL!: ties returned to his home here Sat .MINNIAPO. I I. morning when the Forest. They
Matter at the Post Office at injured Monday Min
... this spot abound
Florida Prcsa
I Secretary urday after two months in Tallabassee right rear tire blew out near Pen- In wildlife

E L..-Matthews:. __-=__ __ __-_=____-..:-_--=--Edlioi-and Owner I attending the regular session -,<., ny Farms, turning the car over. fish state and that they laugh, Plen
the State Legislature.When flttY'six
__ .. --- -- The local route to Jack- dey
= - -- -- newspaper, partIcu- The party was en two wildcats
SUBSCRIPTION RATE the mall questioned as to bill opin- Wlnkler'a &- while they a'e
larly t town weekly, ren- 1./2 sonville to place the reserve

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in AdvanceA ders a greater service to the community ion of the accomplishments and I./' 06 d,9S month-old son, Ronald In St when stored .

than any other singh success of the meeting. Senator Luke's Hospital for treatment of big ratUesnakePwth7 kiU

LESSON AT A GREAT PRICE agency. Faithfully and constantly Johns,was frank to admit that "It 0."r pneumacocktus meningitis a non- tons, when they :
it mirrors the life and activityof was not a successful legislative 0. 0. ailment from which he saw It era
Underneath the surface of grim stark tragedy, a great Im- contagious across: the! highway
the territory It serves. With session' as nothing of major q Q has suffered for the past week. -
lesson in preparedness can be learned from the recent sink- pride It points to the progress of: portance or permanence was accomplished l' I were We .-
IF Bruises and a shake-up are local agr rio
submarines-the and the Thetis. development; with alarm It re- and then there wasn'a I tilt
ing of two modern Squalus sustained by Mr. Winkler Mrs A B. Drew Co., the
cords the evils and weaknessei thing In the world done for the< ... ::: e SOlltb'.1
The first named belonged to the United States. It sank that retard growth and advance- old people." Oa W. E. Thornton awdr- Mrs. Rosa est Engraver. Their, e

off the coast of Pourtsmouth, N. II., during the latter part ment. ; In commenting upon some of the 5..:. 0; Allen the adults riding In the tine of Fine Engraving SIIIIJ,
The child, who was be
v .. automobile.: may seen by
of May with the resulting loss of twenty-six lives. Great No better yardstick for the bills he Introduced he explainedthat .ti: lying on the rear seat received no 29 orNotice

praise however, is being heaped upon the Navy because the measurement of a town or city his bill to regulate the com- I InjurIes and was barely awakened N O'I'Jt'.1
can be found than the newspaper: ,, missions and charges that ware- I'and still'' on the seat after the IH hereby
lives of thirty-two men on the sunken vessel were saved by that day in and day out, week in housemen, auctioneers etc., make accident.was County ABMBMHor. of Tare' lur tllltl

means of a recently developed "rescue bell" which was lowered ] and week out gives a running ac- farmers pay for handling and sell the ford Board County of, P'krld" \ylll mca
obtained. In
count of local ing produce died in committee due The above chart,. showed how Transportation was era. of said County r-onnt\!,i, ,""OlnOl''
happenings accur-
of the i
to the bottom of the ocean allowing a majority iii'
Parma acid the baby takenon Clerk of .f''"
interests of American fared in national Penny Circuit (c"UII,, .
ately reflects the alms and Interests to the selfish many the average II ;,
otherwise lost to rise to the surface in safety. to the hospital. Florida at 10:00: ?' J,,,,V I I "
men of its citizens their the senators have In these busi- income changes in. the last S. A. D. 1939. fill, ,'h.| V "( 1

f cannot take degreeof achievements and nesses. "They were thinking i hearingromplnhii' ,ia....
The British unfortunately shortcomings the ,
navy, any twelve months Is based on I testimony an to 'tnproperty ,' ,.
their work and their about themselves Instead of the AID TO' BLIND oI,
play weav- real 01 ,
pride in its rescue efforts following the sinking of the i' said. monthly consumers' study of In- by the Bald n.< ''I.
ing from these individual personalities farmers, the Senator MANYIn Colin'a"
Thetis, which also was on a test cruise. This most tragic of the composite spirit and His bill to have the state stand vestors Syndicate of Minneapolis. HELPS Taxes the year. on of his 193 AN--! ,un', ,. .' 'pol.,;"

all submarine accidents cost the lives of ninety-nine men, personality of the community It- expenses of criminal and lunacy Mr. and Mrs. Public in April Bradford County for the equalizing pose of perfecting such n, ,,, ,11"n ht,

while only four escaped alive. self.The I cases arising at the state prison had a "real income" of $1.12. or month of April payments were : County ABPBnr 'of a Tax>- 'urnonl, end,
influence and importance of farm at Raiford passed both an Increase of 12 cents on the dollar '' made to 11 blind and near-blind Board continue of County "'nmd0foner, "
In ,
The United States several] years ago generously offered the local newspaper Is strikingly I 'louses. This will save Bradford from the same 1938 month. I' persons for a joint sum of 16300. I t day for one week eessl"u. 'II"i i a(.r'.n.,t"nf. da

the plans of its ingenious "rescue bell" to all other nationsfor illustrated by Frederick ChartersIn and Union Counties thousands of This "real Income" is not a subtraction The Aid to the Blind program is ''be All n..eeIiMary.persons. OWII'''',.. u

For other the a recent article in "Cornet," dollars in years to come aa' they : of cash income and expenditures one of three of simlliar nature administered Sect to aBKoHHmci" i ""n!
sake of Ira
the humanity. some reason or ,
which tells of a young couple, na- have here-to-fore had to stand all but an average relation by the State Welfare County, Florida, at., .,.MI. I

contrivance did not strike the fancy of British naval heads tive New Yorkers whose friends expenses In such cases. : of these figures designed to : Board, of which Old Age Assistance pear to make at such such me"rl? i"; ,'II..r K| 'net'

and they failed to copy the new device. Perhaps they could were always referring to people The Johns bill to have the Law- show how living costs affect adjusted is of major import, with Aid such test hninny ,1," .I,, lilt
any property r. il I. .
not foresee that it would ever be needed. At any rate they and things" back home. tey-Ralford road put on the pre- Income dollars. to Depend fflt Children Being sec fixed by the. Cf.miti. ,anon...,
Wishing that they might havea ferred building list of the road department Cash income of Mr. and Mrs. ond in the amount of money distributed Taxes, upon his A ,.n'' hh,
chose to depend on other equipment which proved to be they may deiilrerllven
"home town" to talk about they got safely through the Public In April was $1.06 for every I by ordei ,or rhs an,

wholly inadequate when the crisis came. decided to adopt one. So, gettingout Senate under the Senator's guid- I $1 a year earlier. This gain of From November 1, 1937. the : Coontv County, fommlBBli Florida. a inn, i ,'nrod

And now the Navy of the United States basks in the their atlas they picked out a ance but died In the House. six cents on the dollar resulted first! month Ita which applicationswere 19H-1... sth.
small town In Indiana. A town His "Teachers Tenure" local' from the following changes per received, through April 30, A J" Thomas <"'lert'

admiration of the world, while from all directions fingers of they: had never been to-In fact I bill passed. This gives the school dollar: wages up twenty cents 1939 4,049 persons have sought IX C-IIICI ,'r tours" IN "h

accusation are pointed at the British. The lives of ninety- had never heard of-but they term- 'teachers of Bradford more securityIn : and salaries eight cents; Invest- this form of relief. Over this Bn l'INTU'Jo1.\r>i-'r>iu (()oi i'ISMRCD45T vnT .: 'LhH

nine men are a tragically high price to pay even for a lessonin ed it their "home town." And to their positions making definite ment Income was down 20 cents period 3.645 applications were acted C.AIU.TO .1, TACInt'
familiarize themselves with it, and other income was up one cent Plaint Iff
before of which 2,544 were
proved charges necessary upon approved .
but that it has let it will
preparedness, now come, us hope they subscribed for the local discharge. Senator Johns' bill re- on the dollar. 1,101 were rejected'and SARAH DAVIs"Defendant

not soon be forgotten. weekly paper diligently reading quiring state employees to have Rents were off one cent in April 404 were pending. One hundred ,
: Off PHI'
0-- every line and every advertise- resided In Florida 15 years priorto ; is compared, with the same 1938 and forty-four cases were closed, FLORIDA. UirCHTINC 8TAT1I

ment. employment by the state failedto nonth. Food was down four of witch 105 were closed by death. TOT Sarah Davis who-. rerti-fl
In a few months they came to pass. rents on the dollar; clothing was Checks for May were mailed: to You'' are hereby re Perhaps it is true that it is a narrow-minded who and miscellaneous to the bill of ,,. .
person know just about everybody worth Mr. Johns voted against the slot off four cents; 2,377 recipients of Aid to the against complaint. 'llwtk
on been
can look at a matter from only one angle. At least the re- knowing in the town. They had machine bill "because" he said terms were down two cents. Blind for an aggregate grant of July 1. 1939.It you. m Mir

nowned Dr. Samuel Johnson seemed to think so, and who are theIr favorite grocer and automobile "it was the will of the people as 34700. rler( I.I be'further published. ordered! in the thai Bn I
dealer enjoyed commence- In the last election." .- ,
clearly shown ounry Telegraph, t niw,.
we to dispute such an authority? ment exercises at the high school! He also voted against the Senate FLA. ROUND-UP IN Revival publlMhenT In Bradford County, K
Ida. once each week foi lair
Once when James Boswell, JoTinson's: inseparable com- ImagIned themselves at the SUn- appropriations bill "as It was ex- A Revival will begin Sunday-at lerurl'V& .....ek... 1
day School picnic took keen In. cessive too high and all out of WASHINGTONBy the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Witness my hand and jfflrlill'
panion and biographer, criticised a friend for marrying a thltt8th day or Jan. !IUt I
terest In the doings of the city line. I was against the pay increases and continue through Sunday. (()"' .. KEALj A I TI>|
second time, stating that it showed a disregard of his first council. As pictures of citizens It authorized" he concluded Frank .\. Kennedy June 18. Services Sunday and Clerk of Circuit r ".'> til.

wife, the famed Doctor took issue, saying: "Not at all, Sir. appeared they studied them and Hints are reaching Florida con- throughout the week will begin '

On the contrary, were he not to marry again, it might be could talk Interestingly and Intelligently "- I .___. gressional offices that fruit and each night at 7:30 o'clock and will 81,209 MALACases
about their "home town.
be conducted by the pastor, Rev.
L. B. ALEXANDER vegetable shippers of Florida, .
concluded that his first wife had given him a disgust to mar- It was a fascinating game and Texas and California soon will H. M. Tlllman. reported in the V S.tolj I

riage ; but by taking a second wife he pays the highest com- the they looked of forward their "home eagerly town"paper. for GETS $75L. challenge the constitutionality of On the closing Sunday Little :Don't Delay Ci

pliment to the first, by showing that she made him so happyas coming. B. Alexander of Waldo owner the wage-hour law. In an attemptto. Mike, the seven-year-old son of I START TODAY with Ul

a married man that he wishes to be so a second time." So they decided TO pay their of the local store of the same emulations.. escape ,from injunctions the wage-hour against Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.will C. lecture M. Mickler on the of i 1166 Checks :Malaria in T i daI

Whether or not you agree with Dr. Johnson, you must adopted town a visit piling In name was paid $75 by the recently administrators of the law will besought Bible during the morning service I,

admit that his reasoning has a degree of merit and is a great their car, they drove there. GoIng damages adjourned done legislature to his automobilelast to cover simultaneously In the federAl beginning at 11 o'clock. Dinner

straight to the newspaper office courts of the three states. will be served at noon.on the clos- TWO
deal becoming than the habit of convict.On .
more idly criticizing our they Introduced themselves year by an escaping ing day also. J. S. Austin will

fellow man's every move, or slightest infraction of certain 10. the editor, told him their story March 25, 1938 Johnny be in charce of the Hinging.

arbitrary rules. and he, amazed published It in Nobles of Waldo was returningto Congressman Hendricks of De- -.--- WORDS TO THE
Waldo from Gainesville in Alex-
the next issue. Lund Isn't saying anything but
o ander's car. While passing a road Births.
received Invitations -
As a result they this one burns him up. Last fall
IT'S "GO SOUTH" NOW, INSTEAD OF WEST everywhere. They were taken camp where convict labor was he stumped a Pennsylvania con-I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Magyar! Up Itjtl9Pp

in and made to feel so much at used a negro prisoner attemptedto Starke. boy. May 25.
ressmun's district rounding
Now that the newsprint mill at Lufkin, Texas has actually up 4
home that they decided<< to really escape by crossing the highwayand .Townsend vote for the hard-i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sweat Doc-
been placed in operation, and the construction of a become citizens. They played using the car to shield him passed Quaker-stater. Last week tors Inlet, boy MayZSIMr. : eLEp

second plant is announced for Missouri, another step in the golf with the local Insurance man from shots of the guards until he tile Pennsylvanian ran out on him I and Mrs. Edwin H. Clem- ootlillI

industrialization of the South is definitely under way. Ex- bridge with the banker's wife could make cover on the opposite and voted against the Townsendbill mona Starke,. girl. May 28. 2 svr
aide of the road. The convict in
went fishing with the hardware which "Little Joe" sponsored' Mr. and Mrs Jordan Lee Brant- RIiEI
perts predict that its effects will be far-reaching: Low costs dealer his attempt to cross the highwaydid In. the house. ley. Starke, girl. May 31':

in the South will force Northern newsprint makers to fol- Because of the knowledge they not move fast enough and was Mr. and Mrs. H. D.; Starling,

low the trek of the textile mills toward the Gulf, and fast- had gained from the local paper, struck- by the hurled front of the speeding 200- Starke. girl;. June 1'. t.
they were able to converse intelligently nearly Florida members always have Mr. and Mrs. Arllir Broughton,.
growing Southern pine will become a new major crop, pos- on any subject. Theyidn't feet and died later of injuries he 1-couble convincingthe many I Graham girl; June 5. r

in the to cotton in the to ask whereto sustained In the Impact. The j J
sibly as important years come as was have anyone bureaus of the department of

past. go for merchandise or service. radiator and front of the automobile agriculture that the state's farm- I ","rrnF Of Wtl.H

They knew that Tony ran the shoeepalr wall badly damaged.DEMOCRATS. i ers plant things In the fall months. *:rIKi.G4MMH:. Itoml llrrMrilhJBnonrin.,
The effects of this new industry will undoubtedly be and shine shop; that the -- Having convinced the farm credit Nrrle'I"rlI"or liras. of Bradford fount?,

felt eventually in Bradford County, where the pulpwood Palace was the leadlng.drug store. I administration that fall seed loans Healed proposals will be receivedby

manufacturers have already entered the picture. Forestry Everywhere they went. they found TO GIVE DANCEThe were desirable, the members now Klonerw. the. of Hoard HDntdTord of County Chutiry,CnminlM-Florida.
familiar' landmarks: toe new wingon the soil office of the Clerk
are working on conserva- nt the of the C
experts have long maintained that this particular section of THA1'
the courthouse-Ike Feinberg'aflashy tion section. This outfit still has Hoard of County CommlbBloners- $
first dance to be held In
I II the t'ourt house at Florida,
Florida is the most [ideal soil in the United States for the Neon sign the narrow the new community center building a March 1 deadline for conservency ,. until It o'clock A M on Monday .; stoat op
to the east of town where I the I4th day of June-. IttilO: for thl .'
bridge contracts. The members want the
timber it to look if I
of begins
production pine apd now as on Call Street will take place >iirphas" or 102.111".00" Fined Refunding -
the Thompson boy crashed his car Friday night, June 16, as a featureof I date changed to August 1, when I lt..ndn, Series of 193t! o>TTiradford NEW
these same pines with which we excel will be good for something ..
and was killed-the new traffic their farmer constitutenta are better fbiinty, Florida, dated .
the membership drive sponsoredby I' JuI} IS:"ti of the Tenominatlon ef
else besides being beautiful to look at. ut First and Main'--tile roadhouse .,
light the Young Democratic Club of able to plan their fall plant- St.000 eat-ru. prlnclpnt. and Interestpayable .
that' there had been so many I. the Central Hanovvr G.3
In the past few years, more and more attention has been Bradford County. ings. Hunk nna at Trunt Company of New
about tan new recreation ?-
focused on the huge slash pine forests of the South. Our complaint The week of June 12-17 has been In his efforts to oust Postmaster York, Now York, Cnt! ..rent payable
built with WI .
center nil-annually on the> first days ofJanuary
designated "Young Democratic HIU at Miami. Congressman ALL.
trees reach marketable size in around fifteen wad July:
pine yearshalf funds. Week" In Florida and the state I Cannon is beginning to be- inos.owo- Bald, bond shall hear I
the time required by the slow-growing northern soft- And st>' front the columns ot III organization has set a goal of 13.- lieve that the postoffice department interest at the rate of four .percent WEA THErayYou
became I' p. c.) per annum and
small weekly they
woods. Because of this rapid growth, good forestry methods town familiar with paper the community 000 new memberships during: the Is giving him the runaround.To niaturn UK fotlnur: '
a* 7-day period. force a show-down. Cannon lasr.ono July t, 1940
produce real results, and foresters have recently been intensely as weretho e who had resided SiT.nno July t, 1941 :
N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr, presidentof wants an Interview with postmaster reeen July l. 1942:
interested in finding new uses for the pine. Now thata there many yvars. They became the local club urges the general Jim Farley. "Big Jim" Is :iTH.OOO July t, 194.1

practical process has been found for converting it into news- citizens and of a town head they tell had of public to attend the dance here out of town moat of the time and ::Ift.OOO Tron0-' July July 1 I., 1944 1945'I .( GoOdywi."G3" ..
never sren never next AtTmissiaa will his assistants they can't handleCannon's :'fffl.OiH July 1 1948 g
Friday night.
say tor
it that the problem has been largely solved. could : Alt.w .Ib.r
print, seems until a few months before be 75c for stags and $1 per complaint 32,000-S3.000 July I. 1941 I rmST la loin and FIBST

Last year, newspapers used almost 4,000,000 tons of paper, call folks by their first names, couple and a ticket to the dance 35.000- July July 1.I. 1948 1949 AND NOW You v.1' a toast"

participate In Its activities and will entitle the lti.000 July 1, I960 b.tt..-w.xnn and !1009
? :
the automatically
of which at time purchaser I
about comes present
eighty percent take their place with the old timers in the Some of his; :colleagues; believe JT!> ,000 of Bald bonds Bhall bear them all preview 04'
to membership interest at the rate of four
the forests of Canada. *' I and b..ak.. llUTYOU
from citizens. ..
spruce as "good Young Democratic Club of Brad- that Congressman Green of Starke oni -nalf percent ((4hi p. c.) perikiritnm LESS MO1Rf

Roger Babson, an expert on economic conditions, recentfy Annually we upend large sums ;ord County. Dancing will beginat Is playing a dangerous game in $16,000 and-mature as Julv follow I, 1054: MORE MILES PAY OF SAFE MOGJ'!

stated that he believes the newsprint industry will be a lor elaborate and contly booklets 9 o'clock. keeping everyone guessing which 4.000 July I. 1955 This lat..t and 91.01.11STEPPED S
22,000- MIIXAOE.
and folders. Issued by chambers of he will In for July i, 19MI UP IN
of the South time way run 1940 his 4 .000 July I. 1957 DOWN IN PRICE. SM 9"i
major factor in the growth as goes on. commerce to attract visitors and Services own house seat. Senator Andrew's Hn.OOO July I. 1968

"Pine will some day take its place beside cotton, corn, citrus i prospective homeseokers. None of Sunday job or the governor's chair. They 50.000 July 1. 1959
these, no matter how attractively Rev W. T. McGuire pastor of all concede however that Lex's Said 22.000 bond- will beI.Ju sued'In Now at new money.sa inir pis J
and tobacco, as one of the major crops of Dixie, are his the Christian Church announcedthat .. l
prepared have the appeal or the political r iiuon form and both principal of
sagacity always carries
words. actual selling power of the local services will be held here In him clear of situations which and Interest lawful on Maid bond will b.. BE WISE-
money of the
the successful manufacture of newppuper. Recipients of such literature the Starke Christian Church on J 1 nluINState. of
He believes also that I would wreck any other politician. America at the NOWtLJ4
know that It Is preparedto West Call Street Sunday morningat FI"rida,;;, National 1.. Hank of JackHon- I BUY
newsprint' will entice other industries into this wonderful : 11 o'clock and Sunday night \ 111JI'.k..onvll. .. Florida. 01" at
present only the GOOD. These :the option or the hOhl"r.t; the
Southland of ours. "More chemical concerns will journey I picture books say "Fine churches" beginning at 8 o'clock. Membersare : Unusual Window Display .Plltr.1 Hanover (tank .sod Trust

Gulfward. Rayon mills and automobile accessory companies i "good schools," etc.- -abstract in- urged to attend and the public I The Bradford Hardware Company xnw"rnpany: York.FStch In. the Clty of New York

tormatlon: that means little and is invited. : bid must b. .
will be the next in line. :Modern roads, splendid transportation makes no real Impression.On I Is at present featuring one h1 I "rllflpd or rhaplerV check accompanied drawn.
lof the most unusual window on a
displays responsible bank 'or trust
facilities, a good low-priced labor supply, a warm clim- the other hand the news- bad. Read It regularly and ever witnessed In Starke. ennlpany" payable to the order of I I I

ate, rich natural resources, and progressive leaders mean paper takes you to the church. Introduces though you are a thousand miles Their west window pane has been' the Urnilfnrd, IlImrd County of "'unty Florida.Commissioner In the,. ,

that the center of industry will continue to drift South for you to the preacher away you can become as much a painted white and the window display amount of '5.000,00. a. a deposit to 3
Mel lIre performance low :?
or the COST.
makes you a member of the Inner citizen as the oldest resident. Any is Invisible unless the aeepted, and hid. It
spectator to b.
many years to come. The South is an empire in itself- circle. Through it you come to community desiring to attract new uses the round "peephole"left liquidated: i damage. In forfelt.'d event as of SAVE AT THE $IG

young, vigorous, growing. To the thousands and thousandsof progresses despite numerous citizens can find no better sales unpainted In front. Above the"peephole" failure the hid.to comply No Interest with will the he term al.., I I"t THE GOODYEAR "wPAGE
know ,all about the schools, you literature than Us "Home Town" Is the \lowed on such check.
young people who have just graduated from school] and caption "Em- Checks of C
meet the faculty, attend P.-T. A. un".r..r"l bidder,. will
newspaper. Send out with an barrassing Moments! Don't Motor
Let turned
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colleges, my advice is, Go South 1" meetings, enjoy the exercises and Invitation to make "Our Town""Your This Happen To You!" What you of the bond to the upon successful the bdKtark SERVICE

It is an encouraging message that\ is brought by Mr. become an actual part of the in- Town"-and It will do a see when looking through the"peephole" d"r' *. Florida ROAD

Babaon. We only hope he is as right in this as he has prov- stitution. From Its columns you selling job that will put the finest U: a secret that cannot June. 5. 1939. 109STARKE
gain an Intimate knowledge of all chamber of commerce booklet be divulged- -you must and Clerk( r R'a' F.A'.) .. Telephone
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that happen*-the good and the ever Issued to shame. look for yourself. etc$... It RrllM"rll I-U County' 1"'omrld"I."lon- F64

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