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 16, 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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Established 1877 4 ; we should quietly hear both sidesGoethe K, I.. Matthews, Editor and Owner




By Mrs. R. A Green

i v I aeti MURPHY LAW (Editor' Note: At the request of the, Telegraph Mrs }l. .\. OrciMl, wife JULY FOURTHGovernor
iI ae of t Htarke'g own Congressman: Lax Urtf..nr.t"lou.ly[ consented to glue ourreaders ,
a flrst-hand amount of what ban been ilonrrltxxi nil "the social
event of the rtei-Bl "-the garden party at the Hrltlnh Rmtutnuy on Thursday -
;, of l last week for the King and Queen of ICnulaml. Although not all ,
Legislators Had Added Three Youths From Here Hoprrxentntlve were invited Mr. and loire Green were among the fortunate Cone Expected !
because of l.ex'n
once Important
committee chalrmnnxhlpn Proclaiming '
\ Two Years To Title Receive Honors At to the world that h.. would not attend the party If forced towear To Attend Farmers I 'I
1 a top t | tint and "tatln," I..,x wan highly pleased when It was decreed l
HPi-1"n- ------------- --------- -- Reversion Clause Camp McQuarrieEleven I hilt neraift i lOr the heat men might wear white linen instead of conventional Market Event
fiirimil "1'1'''''. "I wouldn't wear a hliih hat to my own funeral"
fields that have supported him., and a large
| by the roiiing I he vtiwed. !.... Oreen wore new Blreet-lrnifth\ frock of pink

I.eked r the put 38 years, P. A, Crosby is pictured above resting Governor Fred Cone's veto Sat- Bradford County youths Words cannot describe:: the expectancy which permeated Several celebrities will be pres-

I"/ Jomen t on his hoe which he still handles efficiently in spite of urday wrote "finis" to the famed and members of the Bradford 4-H the air before Their Britannic Majesties George VI and I ent Tuesday, July 4, at the celebration

I]) Uncle Phil, as he is known throughout the length and Murphy Tax: Redemption Law en- Club enjoyed the five-day annual Elizabeth arrived at the British where given for Bradford farmers .
I Tearsof acted by the 1937 Embassy typical -
Is firm believer In the live-at-home Legislature. The sponsored by the merchantsof
i : Bradford County, a veto camping period at Camp Mc- American guests had been invited to the royal garden party.
was bill
placed on Starke
and It is his proud boast that he has reared a passedby dedicating the success
, e for farmers the current legislature to post- Quarrie In the Ocala National This Embassy had been playfully nicknamed "Heaven" by ful re-opening of Bradford Coun-
without having to "store buy" anything ex-
'boys and six girls' pone for two years the original Forest last week Also presentwas Ambassador Sir Ronald] Lindsay because "some were chosen, ty's State Farmers' Market The
and a bushel of corn. Everything else was "
J 18 Dounds of bacon law's title reversion clause pro- County Agent T. K. McCIane. many were ]left. well known dignitaries who have
Brooker. Uncle Phil is now bless-
I farm near
sap his productive vision.In The scene hadslle floor of the Em- announced their intention to be
Camping began Monday June 5 ,
and two Core pink
fifteen great grandchlldren, great,
!yy7 grandchildren, an Interview Monday, Clerk and been perfectly set bossy had focused present are William L. Wilson, Director -
It WUren He likes nothing better than to gather as immense of the Court A. J. Thomas, stated the boys returned. home Saturday Tho guest were r their Can1erathe of State Markets; Nathan

It t together as possible for a big family reunion under the that until orders and Instructions June 10. dressed In rivaling crowd was sufely Mayo, Commissioner of Agricul-

\\ma that shade his comfortable old horn. come from Tallahassee, which will The early arising hour at camp finery. The garden P I Ir 'I pushed back by ture; L. M. Rhodes State MarketIng -

likely be next week no tax set ((5:45 o'clock A pdl) held no terrors was at its 'the King's equerries Commissioner and R A.

tlements of any nature would be for these young sons of the height In flowers, Then, Her "Lex" Green, Congressional Rep-

accepted on lands which were eli- and the lawn pro- r Majesty Queen resentative from this district It

Joining EventsE gible under the Act. "I have no soil, as most of them get up about vided a royal car- Ii. Elizabeth, escortedby is pOHsible that Governor Fred 1*.

idea," Mr. Thomas said, "of whatIs that time the year around at pet. The guests Sir I Ronald Cone will also attend.

to happen to those who are liv- home, and once they were up, a were "onlmhing" Lindsay wal ked All of the visitors are scheduledto

ing on or using property which typical day's activities would include and "uhlng" a teach slowly out on the make short addresses. which
Dance and membership drive sponsored by Young Democratic other- complimenting followed,
could have qualified under termsof a flag raising at portico by will likely center around farm
Club of Bradford County at new American Legion the Act" program gowns Ills Majesty King: markets and maiketlng.
5:55 o'clock, and an early swim In i
and trying to act with
Home The Murphy Law as approvedby George Lady The committee consisting of J.
Crooked Lake at six, followed by as if this royal The Band
E 16All day "working" at McKinney Cemetery. Bring tools Governor Cone June 9, 1937, Lindsay. I':. Wilson, L. A. Canova C
authorized the the a hearty breakfast at 645.: garden party was from Exeter of the Howell
and basket lunch.E redemption< at I Noaworlhy and Elmo

17 Meeting of Bradford County Board of Public Instruction, highest public auction bid, of de- Then dally duties began. At just occasion an ordinary in their Hrltlslv West Indies Struth will appear before the

linquent tax certificates more than 7:30 o'clock the boys made up J".a a J Squadronplayed meeting of the County Commissioners
3,20 m., to cpnslder gasoline bids. important lives. "God Save
: p. two years old (as of June 9, 1937)) their bunks, and this was followedby in the court house Monday,
'E; 18Father's Day. Hurry down town before all the good look- held by the state. After runningthe inspection by Agent McCIane. Only the hot June I t 11. eKing" (our urging an appropriation of $15O

ing ties are gone.'E gauntlet of the courts, weath- while at 8 o'clock the work period mm out-tlvulud the "A merica."). The to attaint with the expense of the

; 18- -Final services of revival week held at Kingsley Lake ering the fights made on it by the began and Included cleaning glorious array of I II crowd was silent Independence Day activities The
Church. School Boards and some of the grounds, planting grass, kitchen I gowns and motionless I board heard the request during

Baptist county commissions in the state work, cutting wood, sweeping assembly and the gentlemen could be wen and every eye was focused on its meeting Monday, June S, and
'E; 19Special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners constantly mopping their sweltering Their Royal Highnesses. The
and the suits brought against it hall and the like. decided at that time to delay ac-

concerning refunding matters. by Individuals sales were in full Morning assembly and a pro- brows. Music ceased No one moved tion until the meeting MondayThe

'E -Special edition of the Telegraph dedicated to the agricul- swing by December, 1937, and a gram of singing and talk began The Vice-president stood with. Thoro seemed a slip-up somewhere City Council granted a re-
Mrs. Garner the heading ,
on portico A of
tural Industry of Bradford County. majority of delinquent tax: landsin at 9 o'clock, with clauses In first wave quandary as to quest for $100 for the same purpose -
Florida have been placed once aid swimming, record the official group who were the correct procedure seemed to June 6, agreeing to Increasethe
celebration and free barbecue at State Farmers' keeping,
.V -Glgaitlc to be presented to the King and pass over the Queen and
a deep
again upon the tax lists directlydue swine production and other sum to $150 If the County
Market. Sponsored by business men for farmers. phasesof
Queen Mr. Garner was formally blush suffused her face and neck. Commissioners would donate an
to encouragement by the Act. 4-H work beginning at 9:30.
dressed In black coat, Quickly she
cutaway regained composureand .
In most Instances certificates equal amount
were at 11 the "morning swim" and at t)
striped trousers and high hat. One graciously walked over to Mr.
redeemed for a few cents above 12:15: dinner was served, followedat The entertainment committee
could readily see that, this digni- Garner and extended her hand In
the cost of preparing and advertising 1 o'clock by an hour and a half headed by Elmo Struth stated that
Fewer Words tary was wilting under the hot greeting. The King followed
them for sale, and govern- rest period. The afternoon Is occupied Jessie Alexander would have
June sun. Like u statue he stood Then, the King preceded by Sir
ment units received practically the charge of the Fiddlers', Contest
by afternoon assembly j
with top hat in hand, his position Ronald Lindsay walked slowly
nothing, while at the some time and the dancing insteadof
program, games, swimmingand. square
assured awaiting "the British down the st: to the
pt garden.
ILK BRADFORD LAKES RESTOCKED millions of dollars worth .of past supper at six. Bill Orabam Mid aspirants for )
remarks from the aisle
Many jocular was made as His
rOI1' the _"*forlv\ tS
t g Large Month Black Bass were received here Tuesday and rejei The "penalty clause,*' designedto songs, motion-pictures, talks, and that "Texas smile" and start another parallel aisle was formedfor I to get In touch' with Mr. I

in three Bradford County Lakes, the names of which were encourage the sales, providedthat Kangaroo Court lasted from 7:45: mopping his damp brow, which Queen Elizabeth .and Lady Alexander "W-

held, by Senator Johns and Charley Cooper. The small fish all land with tax certificates until 9:30: o'clock, at which time wall becoming redder and redder Lindsay to walk among the gueitta. All contests will offer sizeable

from the Federal-State hatcheries at Welaka. saleable under the Murphy Law the boys prepared- for bed, and at I Mrs. Garner, retiring lady that As the King approached, i he cash prizes to the winners chairman I

should revert to the State immediately -I 10 lights were extinguished.Kach she is, stood back of the Vice- guests were noticeably struck by Struth stated The contest
I and the members of the entertainment
.1EAK TAGS ON SALK SOON and former owners or night during evening assembly President and no smiles were to his youth and his dignified bear -

,rl A Knight Tax: Collector for Bradford County, announced yes- anyone having claims on the land a sheriff and deputy- were { be worn on her face Maybe the ingand too his marked resemblance commitco! In charge of the

lay that the sale of Florida half-year license tags would begin would lose all title Interest or elected and it was their duty to I awe of meeting royalty or the effect to his brother, the Duke of respective events are: bicycler

rday July 1. No tags will be sold for less than $5. So far this right to use same This Is where see that good behavior was main- | of keeping "Cactus Jack" in Windsor, No smiles were forthComing I eM for boys and girls with 1L.: :
the current legislature stepped in. Williams In charge, greased pole
a total tained throughout the night and "royalty greeting form" had ren- from King George for always i
of. 1,598 tags have been sold, Mr Knight said. I
It enacted a l law delaying the the next day. Those misbehavingwere dered her smllelesti. he maintained a look of' climbing A A. Durden In charge,
clause for two more and sack races with
penalty years three-legged
V BRINGS RELIEF: FROM: HEAT brought up before Kangaroo The propitious moment arrived- serious Intent. lie seemed- to feel
until June 9, 19-11. when it was I L. D. VinlnK receiving applica
llef from the oppressive heat which held sway here over the believed by many another delay I Court the next evening assembly the photographers/ on the second (Continued on Page Five) I tions. Those Interested should .I
period, tried and sentenced The
-end. came Tuesday in the wake of heavy rains. The moisture would be granted i see the committee meinoer in
I Judge was!! a County Agent, usually ALIENS CAN'TGET
welcomed by farmers, as well as heat-sufferers, for crops were But Governor Cone with his un- McCIane BOY SCOUTS charge. .J j I 1

nomg to show signs of thirst. (Continued on page eight) McQuarrie Is I ASSISTANCEIn Three thousand or more persons '
Camp located
A ____ on lire expected: to attend the celebration
.'QUXT: TAX LIST TO RUN SOON : Crooked Luke has ten screened accordance with an amendment FROM HERE and Bradford farmers and

x Collector C. WINKLER CHILD bunk houses with ten bunks each to the State Welfare Act ,
A Knight is now busily engaged in preparing the enacted -

"f tax delinquent property which will be advertised for sale In I DIES SATURDAYRonald There is an attractive dining hall by the recent session of the In-vited !
and kitchen, assembly hall and RETURN FRIDAY
Telegraph during July Legislature, which requires that I guests
Melrs Winkler, the 5- control cabin. Besides swimming, recipients of Old Age Assistance Mr. Struth said yesterday that I

IMVBERRIKS: LASTED FOB SIX MONTHS month-old Infant son of Mr. and the diamond ball diamond, volley- I must be citizens of the United Lhe schedule of events was not:

jilt week, for the first time since December, no strawberries were Mrs. E. Austin Winkler of Starke, ball courts and horseshoe courts States, the State Welfare Board Enjoyed Two Week Vacation completed but by next week the
died afternoon In St. recreation. this week began removal from the I ,
I Bradford for the Saturday complete program together with I Ir
County for shipment. Figures season: to New York'sJVorlel
.t76 pints Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville There were 101 4-H boys present rolls of all known aliens who are the opening hour will be announced
; S358.516.25.I'RKV.XTT .
after an Illness, said to be pneu- Including 11 boys from Brad- receiving this form of public relief.In {{ Fair .r I

: I. Meningitis, of only two ford County, 23 from Union, and I .
HOLDING HIS OWN mo-coccus Bradford County 3 recipients -- I ---- --

R. Prevail. Starke farmer seriously Injured in an auto-truck weeks. 67 from Lake County. Each of OM Age Assistance but no recipients Filled with enthusiasm and still Revival At Water OakA
'lon The small body was returned to bunkhouse ,with Its ten boys, wasa
near of Aid to the Blind will
Highland of last week was reported in too '
Tuesday night stunned with the wondersseen revival service will begin at
Starke Saturday and the funeral squad and elected a leader. be from the roll '
dropped during
condition yesterday. He Is In Jacksonville hospital where Water Oak Church Sunday
to talk four
services were held Sunday after- Loran Conner of Starke and Wal- the month. coherantly, members -
Jaare!toe being made to save his left arm. which was severely crush- noon at 3:30: o'clock from the den Wadsworth from Hamptonwere present of Starke'n Hoy Scouts of I June 18, and continue through
elbow. The Board declaring that It was Sunday, June 25, according to the
Church, Rev. W. T. McGuire selected leaders of squads,
Christian America 70 I
Troop returned to
the Intent of the to
l..rll n' ._ _h __ officiating. Interment followed and Loran received the honor of Legislature Rev II. M. Tlllnruin, pastor, who i
n"uUN HOME ;i withhold public assistance from all their homes here Friday of last asks members and other to "coma '
In the Crosby Lake Ceme- being named the best squad leaderIn j
Ntructton began this week on a new home for Mr. and Mrs. T Luclan Conner vot--1 week after a week at the New praying. for a great revival."
was i
I tery. camp.
Landrum on their North Church Street property. It will bee Surviving the child besides his !, ed the best sport! in camp and | York World< Fair "The World of Frank Norman will be in chargeof
e ttory, I who are to be deprived of public and dinner will be
frame construction, and the contractor hopes to have it parents are three brothers War! Robert Hargraves of Brooker was I|I Tomorrow." singing serv-
feted within I support. Nearly 1,000 persons are ed on the grounds Sunday June
eight weeks. Arthur Winkler, a member of the honor squad,
ren, George I j! affected by the order, which will The Scouts -noard Smith, 29.
Martha I which Is the best all-round squad )I
three Mary I
S and
HKRMEN: TO GET LICENSES 'I make available approximately Frank Robinson III, Mike Dew ,
Winkler. Funeral in
and Miss Julia camp.
Durden Bradford County Conservation Officer. Is warning under the direction '! 150.000 annually In public funds and Arch Thomas, Jr., left Jacksonville
arrangements were The boys attending from Brad-
fishermen for distribution citizens of
to now who stray out of the county to get fishing licenses. of DeWitt C. Jones. ford County were W. II Hayes, the republic resident among In Florida. Friday May 26, aboard How Do You

he said, "when an unlicensed, man was caught fishing The child had been under hospital N G. Hayes, Jr.. J. D. Lucas, I' --..--- the S. S. Algonquin, together with

other than his own he was made only to buy a license I'I'COunly care since Monday of last Lucian Conner Waldon Wads- four other Florida Scouts, to represent -

t man so caught will be arrested and have to stand trial." I week June 5, and had been seriously worth Thomas Wadsworth, Loran TEACHERSRECEIVE the Greater Jacksonville Like It?

week prior to that Council at the Fair The round-
ill for a Conner, Robert Margraves, Billy I PAYAll

E WILLIAMS Free Motor Tests time at the home of his parents Crosby, Gordon Parker and Lewis trip by sea occupied a week and This week your Telegraph\

Torode Chevrolet Company an- here. While being transported to Smith. teachers In the county ex- thin together with the week In comes to you with a front ;

APPOINTEDe the Jacksonville hospital by his _. I cept the teachers of Bradford New York, gave the four lads the page that In radically different i

nounces that J. M. Hall, factory- father June 5, the car In which W. II. Ogden Dead High were paid In full this month, most exciting two-week vacation from the style we have I

Hill Williams, prominent trained expert with the Sun Manu- they were riding over turned near Ward H. Ogden, 65, of Keystone I It was learned Wednesday from they have ever evUloned. been using (with minor variations i

Stiller' ittorney, was sworn facturing Company will be presentall Penny Farms, slightly Injuringthe Heights, died In his home i the offices ct the School Board/ Arriving at the Fair Monday, ) for the past sixty-one

"* y of last Week day both today and tomorrowIn : other occupants of the car but there Sunday, June 11, after a I here. B. H. S. Teachers will be May 29, the Scouts and their leader years.

,.t State District as As- the service department and will hardly awakening the baby. short lllnens. paid when the balance of the June lien Lester of Jackxonvllle Figuratively speaking we ,

: Attorney for i .- --"1- "- -L-- 1 1 apportionment In received from Peach, went directly to the Boy are as nervous an a woman I

[,Eighth ru<"clal Circuit, com- give free motor tests and adviceto Enjoy Musical ProgramMrs. Funeral services were held from Comptroller! J. M. Lee In Talla- Scout Camp within the Fairgrounds with .u new hat. Won't you
dot the Heights Community
B.adford, Union all car owners. Automobile hasHee. which will probably be the which Itf itself an exhibi- hurry and tell us how you
Baker. Charles W. Griffin, who, Church Wednesday afternoon at 3
its and Gllchrlst owners are urged to come In and first of next month, it was stated. tion of Scouting with 150 Hcouti like It so we can sit back and
i the Pro-
Counties. with her husband owns o'clock. The deceased Is survived -
rM] take office have their motors tested for which i gressive Institution of Musical I by his widow and two daugh- Only a relatively small amount Is "on exhibit." They lived In tents, relax:? And don't spare the
on July 31 Htlll due the unpaid teachers. and served We take It.
f r This Invitation slept on cots, were punched can so
with T E there Is no charge. Arts In Jacksonville. brought some ters, :Mrs H R. Lawrence and
who Duncan of Gaines- Includes all makes of auto- of her advanced students down Miss Arneeta Ogden all of Key- On June 5 the local board received from a camp kitchen "real good If you'don.t approve say lOIn -

IS State' Attorney- mobiles. Wednesday to entertain members stone Heights. I3.245.9S' its Share of the food, too," quote Arch Thomas no uncertain terms.

Club with a varied $471,464 credited to the schools The boys were permitted only to A few of our readers might .
Williams of the Rotary accordion Mr. Ogden was well known I by the Comptroller. This amount wear regulation uniforms, and the resent having their paper look
waa Services Sunday of guitar and
O t by appointed to program students have been throughout the state for his work I represented 37 27 percent of the only duty required of them was different from the one they

1'!Olntment GOvernor Cone and Services will be held Sunday music. These to play at In the Townsend movement and amount due the local board on the five hours per day of guide service have been accustomed to all I

Ie JUne 2. confirmed by the morning and night at 11 o'clock called on frequently for the aid of was for many years a city officialof June 1 apportionment, which Is for children and educational these years, but styles In .

ones He sUcceeds Hal and 7:45: o'clock respectively at various affairs numbers Keystone Heights. j supposed to be made the schools. tours the rest of the time was everything else change- -why
'as also of Lake Butler the Church of God at Saxon, near charity, and their ------. i leaving an 1800,000 balance still their own to wander about the not newspapers ?

."< term ap !()fnted to flu the and Swanbom's on road 13 to Lawtey, well received by the in charge Rotarians.The of Births I to be paid the 61 county school miles of exhibits, beautifully con.structed At any rate, we anxiously

: 3. of Starke of the late A. S. according to J. T. Kirkland. Sun H.program Nasworthy.was who U a cousin Mr. and Mrs. Early B. Thomas '' systems under the 911.385.000 and displayed on a tOJ m. await your verdict. Do you

lib here.IIIIIr. shortly after day school will begin at 10 o'clockA. of C Mrs. Griffin's. Starke. girl, June 12. j 11033-39 appro rlaUon. er city dumping ground like It, or don't you ? j

M. Sunday.


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TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA __ 1<'nJU._" ,1. ,.. ,
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_. I. TIm HKITISII VISIT le -. it1'h 'I",,
--- --- -- RADIO STATION the visit of I the British TiniifH.,""n'nt, of the said prop- filed i .Ij': .
II While country "1'1>' IInd,',. the said certificate. issued niaditi'"'1.1]
DENIED FUNDS I king and queen to this ""* In thi- name of H. !:I. !HurITiiieuH be Isludumbra I'',
HIGHLIGHTS By Kenneth Freidman I Ire I been very meticulously an- caney. C" 1. 1
FLORIDA I has certificate shall beredeemed ,
NEXT YEAR good-will said proper'. ", ,I'' U
FOR I nounced as merely a according, : to law Ih.1I"'l"I'lb..d State: of I.|-, '" I
I It gesture, there are Implications property therein will be K'IJ' t.r X11'Stvy4tr .

II t Tallahassee, Governor Con< '' surrounding this unprecedented Mold to house the door highest on the bidder first at Monday thecourt si"I';' ;' ".
Sta cannot be Ig- of July, 1839 and ;NE'\ _
knocked State-owned Radio occurrence which In the month "I \\
a I and cordialityof which Is the :lrd. day of July 193K. 12, TUWII-.II.I. '
'lion WRUF out of the State'sbiennial nored. The warmth tented thin 24th day of May 1939. East i.Nii.u' ",,", .
II I general appropriations! the reception of the British OFFICIAIi SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, lens. *
that Intended to Im- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford The HBrty -. -. .
r r bill last week In a veto sweep rulers la doubtless B-2fl 6t 6-23
t fa I realization County, Florida und ,'h,,,,
y I whacked $487.995 off expenditure)! press the world with a sued was i?, ,tI,,.

3 ( approved by the recentlyadjourned of the strong bonds of conjectureas friendship V 'lnrt.IT U.'Ollll coi'HT.(''OI VPY.iv FMHtlUA AVO FOil redeemed Unless salt.u. "'''

R Legislature. which exist and cause NOTICE TO DEFENDANT property' de',_,, .,, 1\, u I

l He cut from the bill $22.800 an to what might happen In case CARLTON Plaintiff: l J. DAVIS court t'ho the d hiith,'n, "dot.

1 station employee of general war. i day In
s- nually for salaries of a -VIII- the 11I".1 i t
$22,200 for regular expenses The visit can scarcely be nailed !SARAH DAVIS I which Is the tad V 11Dnt..d
this LI
n DefendantIN i Ii' ,
enthusiasm -
and $10,000 for new equip with any manifestation of : 1 THE NAME OF THE STATE OB1 (OFFICIAL, 813.\ l, ''UI '
\ Adolf Hitler or Benito FL.OU1DA, UUEETINCl Clerk of rircuitCounty. ,
f 7t ment. by oidtward TO: Sarah' Davie, whose residenceI Klorldn. .._ II
'I. \ His reason was expressed li Mussolini although !no unknown.You :

these words: "In my opinion. the Interest be visible. It Is Inevit- are hereby required to appearto herein
( at< would have pre- the bill of complaint filed
condition of the State that they
t financial able against you on or before Monday, BUSINESSDIRBCTO
the present time, does not warrant ferred something less spontaneousabout July 3, 1939.It .
ordered that
the expenditure of this amount 01 the whole business. -Is further In the Bradford
i order be published
i 4 money." Of course nations like Individuals County Telegraph, a newspaper !
r' basis, Bradford County Florida
reason for on a friendly published In
He the same can
4 gave to once each week for four con-
4 other Items which he struck out without entangling themselves Hecutlve weeks.

4; of the appropriations bill. I the point of pledging arms and Witness my of hand June and, 1939 official seal
this Kth day
1 I Earlier last week, Governor I men In the event or either becoming (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas' b

: : Cono revealed he had requestedthe I embroiled in war; at the same Clerk of Circuit Court. 6-9 4t 6-30 ThedCOCACOLA

r- State Board of Control which : time such aid Is likely to be more OltllK.U <>K ITBI.1C.\TIO\ A DO'I'U'JoJ
"' f pi operates the radio statlod along I readily -forthcoming where friendly !\ TO APPHAH tho
4 of Florida at I relationships pertain. The Stale of Florida to for tamtrdnv -
with the University '.
( .nal Zones
%" 11s \ Gainesville to investigate possibilities -I Aggressor nations which at this You are Ft. Inytoii notified* that Mary Edwards ever'bA1j }

tt I the station to Germany. Italy and as plaintiff has duly filed
i of leasing time Include
for divorce
the her bill of complaint
private operators. Japan are certain to ponder against you. Coy Edwards as defendant : ,
No other comment came from situation. They may be Just a and that affidavit for the knoj
I formerly Issuance of this order has been duly ,
him about the veto. little less prone to act than filed all In Circuit Court of Bradford -
The present appropriation for and much more Inclined to County Florida In Chancery
effort. Case. No 863; and you. Coy Edwards -
D/RD WRUF. $40,000 a year will expire I seek Justification of their are hereby required to appear It..
T&0P/CAL when the current fiscal year ends There will probably be no formal In said cause on June 26th HOT.
THE from the 1939 otherwise the allegations of ,
PA. AD/SE June 30.What. I military alliance come said bill of complaint will he taken
$ ;-; .. reeoc/ot/s will be done with the station visit of the British monarchs but as confessed by you; Bradford "

.e-- MORAY THE PARROTJUN6LENEAQor after that time has not been such an eventuality Is that much County the duly Telegraph qualified Is newspaper designated for as AREPRESCRIPT

FOUND /AMIAMI- CONTAINS PAh'AKEET3 determined or announced. It was I closer should the demand arise. the publication of this order once EXPERTS
ob- four consecutive
and readily each week for
several ago more
COCKATOOS established years I Commitments
F102/DA PARR07,1MACAiVS has been used In extension edu- tained when a background of liking weeks.Witness my hand and official seal CARPENTERThe

IUATE S COCAfAT/ftf. IOVF7/POS PWOiJ4 cation work for broadcasting and respect is present -- Pa- at Starke, Florida this May 23,

HAS NO PNEAsqTl S/Lg/es A7X'RFFIFG6EG weather reports agricultural In latka Dally News. 1989(SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas Clerk of Rexall Store

TONGUE: R00sree-A fWOtiCMT r'4R6UAN' formation football games and entertainment Circuit Court of Bradford County
fONg'FYSova '[ll6AlUaf BUS SCHEDULENorth Florida PLUMBINGPrompt
programs. Knight & Knight Attorneys for

........__....... -.... Capital statisticians figured the BoundLeave 12:35: Plaintiff. 525t 11-11-16 Service ai
II INFANTILE PARALYSIS I PINE LEVELMrs. 1939 appropriations bill-largest In Starke: 2:45: a. m.. 6:15p. : &OTICH OP APPLICATION Reasonable Prices
3 m.
FACTS ABOUT ; II. M. McRa, CorrespondentA the State's history-totaled $9-I p. m., 1:50 p. m., p. FOIL '1'-\X".:.:" Let Me Estimate You:

II AS TOLD BY STATE BOARD OF HEALTHBy 238,603 for one year and 19284. m., 10:15: Sout1Boun"p. m. NOTICE(Senate IS 11111 HEREBY><>. KM: )GIVEN C. M. RITC

_--.I. i 416 for the biennium before GOv- : 'That Otis K. Leach holder of a por-
; absolute: revival meeting will begin a Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : ,
the Florida State Hoard be done immediately, 18 ernor Cone struck out WRUF and Leave
of Health rest. When your eye Is Inflamedyou Pine Level Baptist Church tomorrow other items and said he would approve -I m., 2:20 p. m. 5:20 p. m.

rest it, or when you have a night (Saturday) and wll the remainder.The West Bound to Tallahassee BOREE FUNERAL HOME

boll refrain from using that continue through the week. Ot Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive
of Summer Is you Governor $487,995 as Leave
The beginning the closing Sunday June 25 dinner gave II Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
bringing with It the usual season part of the body as much as pos the total items he vetoed. The Starke 12:35 p. m. AMBULANCE SERVICE

al outbreaks of infantile purnlyH sible. The same thing follows for will be served on the grounds 1937 appropriations bill totaled For free pick-up service (with- DAY AND NIGHT ,
technically known as poll- Infantile paralysis pending the I Everyone is cordially welcomed.Mr $16,489,520 for the biennium. I In city limits) phone Lacy Conway S3-PHONE-53 i

myelitlB In various sections of arrival of your physician. and Mrs. V. R. Browning Other items vetoed: ag "nt.NOTK'B. O. II. BENNETT. Mgr

the country. Many advanced cases have developed had as guests Sunday Mr. and $250,000 annually from general OKI.K "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION":

to exercise because people failed to Mrs. Percy Osteen and chlldrer.of l onil..
Inclined deficiencyIn I llrfuntllnK
Persona revenue to up any $:M'::.CMMMN) hind .
more hysteria than common sense recognize the symptoms or mis- New River, Mr. and Mrs. WUHi property taxes allocated to pur- lei-leu of IIKin.: ot Bradford( ('ounl,.

took them for some other ailment, Sutherland of Wort h I n g ton Florldn.Sealed .
when confronted with these seasonal chase free school text books. proposals will be received
occurrences should take comfort and therefore did not call their Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Duggei $80,000 for rehabilitating the hv the Board of County Commissioner -
doctor soon enough. As In every Jones of Sampson City. I of Bradford County Florida. SPECIALYOUR
In the fact that there never Experiment Station at the University Rt the office of the Clerk of the
has been a serious epidemic in serious disease half the battle in Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fender i of Florida. Hoard of County CommlHglonern' In

Florida. combating: It Is early discoveryand were called to Theressa Saturdaydue $40,000 to furnish the Student- the until Court 11 o'clock house at A. Starke'M on Florida Mondaythe CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3 3S

However there In still much treatment.In to the Illness of Mrs. Fen Alumnae Building at the Florida 19th day t>1 June. 193", for the

need for Increased co-operation on early stages infantile paralysis der's brother. State College for Women. purchase Bonds of 1502.000.00 Series' of Hoad 1939,Refunding of- GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFO

the part of the general public. symptoms are slmlllur to those Misses Audrey and Odessa Mc- $10,000 for road repair and construction I Bradford. County Florida. dated.

There Is a great deal that they of other fever-producing diseases, Rue spent Sunday with 1ISRJorls at the State School for July 11,000 I,each 1931. of principal the denomination and Interest of TO PAYSmith's !

can do to prevent not only the I,starting with a cold headache and [ Coodge of Starke. the Deaf and Blind. payable at the Central. Hanover
also to it progresses, with vomiting Hank. and Trust Company. of New
spread of this disease but 1 1as and frequently H. M. McRae attended churct $12.600 to the State Board of York. New York. Interest payable.
keep It from reaching a stage tension of the nerves lit Evergreen Sunday. Forestry for special work In Pan- Neml-nnnually on the first days of I

where It permanently cripples. i convulsions. Such symptoms American Park, Volusia Ham- January and July: he..I.1. Garag
1308,000: ) of said I bonds shall
should be enough to cause
Infantile paralysis, which can BRANCH mock Park Suwannee River Park interest at the rate. of four percent -
attack adults as well us Infants, any parent to call the doctor. GUM und Rauscher State Park. (4 p. c.) per annum and I
acute Infectious und com- For, while no serum yet has Mrs Kdd: Pitrrlnh 'or. of 1 mature aH follows: I
Is an $15,600 for special expenses $25,000 July t. 1I4'2Hnoo !
municable or contagious disease been developed for preventing in- the National Guard. i July 1, 1941
tantlle paralysis Infection. there H. II. Keene of Shamrock spent 26,000 Julv I. 1942
inflammation. -
to Railroad
It Is directly $9,000 for additional I 2HiflO July 1, 1943
The germs of Infantile are treatments which prove effec- the week-end with Mrs. Keene Commission Inspectors. I 28,01)0- July 1. 1944 '9
tive If employed during earlystages here. 50,000- July 1. 1945 "
] which are HO of
paralysis for
$15,895 special expenses I :so.ono July l, 1148
that they cannot be seen under of the disease. Such treatment Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clemons and the State Geological Society. :83.1100 July I. \194*
usually prevents permanent and Clarence 32,000- July I. 1944
even the strongest microscope sons. Jeff and Bobby Governor Cone vetoed one reve- July 1. 1949
35,000 -
usually enter the body throughthe paralysis.Therefore. Clemons are spending a few nue bill among the few passed by 1A.ooo July I. 1950
nose and mouth, traveling the three commonsense Jays this week in Miami with relatives. Jill4,0(10! of said bonds vluill bearinterest '
for those who Legislature. at the rate. of four and
through the blood stream and procedures It would have levied an annual one-half percent MVj P. c'.1 per

nervous system and finally lodging think their child has contracted Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae and license of $1,000 on contractors I annum and mature, an Juii fallow-it-i 1954: I

in the spinal column where the disease are: (1) Isolation (2) children of Pine Level were visitIng bidding for road construction and : Ito.oon 4,000 -- July I.1, 1955

they cause acute Inflammation.If call the doctor; (3)) absolute rest Mrs. W. F. Harnage and Mr. other public works jobs In ex- 22,000- July 1, HI5H

the inflammation is not severe and relaxation.The and Mrs. Kdd Parris Saturday cess of $50,000. He said the bill! 35,000-45,000- July July 1 1,, 1957 1958

> its effects pass off quickly family physician works with night. would "create a monopoly upon 50.000 July 1, 1959
health authorities by reporting 22,000 July 1 1960 + ---
In the spinal' public fl' --
nometlmes nerves to the county Mi. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had as the roads being built. I Said' bonds will be Issued In
cord cease to function and the all cases dinner guests Sunday Mr. and A Bimillar law passed In 1935 i-oupon form and both principal of I II
controlling those cells be- health officer or to the Bureau of and Interest on nnltl bonds will he I
muscles of the State Board Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Sampson City was declared unconstitutional by I payable In lawful money of the '
come weak or completely para Kpldemlology sirs Louise Denmark of Jacksonville the Supreme Court recently. The 1'lIlt.I'ItaleM\ of America at theFlorida
In advanced stages the of Health. In this way cases are National Hank of Jacksonville
lyzed. Isolated and State health and Mr. and Mrs. Levy Nor- State collected about $140,000 of Jacksonville Florida, or at
cells are destroyed and permanent strictly licenses under the '35 law and has I the option of the holder, at theCentral
Is the result authorities know whether the disease Hanover Hank and Trust
paralysis Since infantile paralysis Is an Is reaching alarming proportions man.Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and no authority to make any refundsto I Company In the City of :New York,
of firms which paid. New Yol'k.
Inflammatory disease and since ). grandaon Charney Yarbi-ough I Each hid must be ncr-ompanled Ms ;
known cure, At present Florida has no more Woodlawn were visiting Mrs. II. by'ertlfledorrhneler'acheck, drawn _
there la as yet no
VANDERBILTVflmn I. t>n a responsible bank or trust
number of cases II, Keene Thursday afternoon.
the only sensible treatment prior than the average Company, payable to the order of
to calling the doctor which should reported at this season of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Hdd Parrish were Mies Norman Cur.S'iiower II the Hoard of County Commissioner the,
Florida In
Hradford County.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. amount of 85,00(1.00( as a deposit I.i
Manclo Clemons Sunday. Miscellaneous I Ii secure performance of the hid, It I II II
EVERGREEN i A mlHcellapeous Bridal Shower accepted and to he forfeited anliquidated I'I
J. A. Harnage spent the week- damages, In event of I
Mra. P. A. Hosier Cor. ;Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin, Cor. end In Jacksonville. I was given at the home of Mrs. 'I failure to comply with the termsof I

William Sapp Saturday night in the bid. No Interest will he allowed ,
of Jacksonville Lee olWaldo Miss Melba Jean Clemons olHetlbronn ) such checks. Checks of
Mrs. Maggie Forsythe Mr. and Mrs. Geiger on
the honor of Mrs. Clyde Johns. .,. >ssful bidders will he returned I
unxtii <
Is visiting her mother were visiting Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday night and After the guests arrived games I Immediately upon the award

Mra. J. S. Rosier. Z. Z. Griffis Sunday night. Monday with Mrs. Kdd Parrish. were played. Then Mrs. Johns of the. bonds tit the miccessful bidder OWN I CLUB

Mrs. Willie Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Maggie Green has returned : Mr. and Mrs F. S. Shaw and opened and showed everyone her I Starke.' Florida
i eI
Mrs. John Amos of Jacksonville) home after spending three week children of the State Farm were many beautiful gifts. June 5. 1919.OFFI'iAL e.
I I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
spent Sunday here with Mrs. with her daughter Mrs W. A. visiting In this section one day At a late hour the guests were Clerk. Hoard of County (Commission I

Hall's son. Leslie McClellan. Blown of Orlando.Mr. last week. served iced tea and cake. Mrs. I ere Bradford County, Florida. ,
5-9 2t 5-18
Clovers and Mrs. Mose Fuse' of Lake< Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Johns was the former Miss Irene I ) I l 1 I IL

City were visiting her sister Mrs daughters Helen and Dorthea attended Sapp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It 1111115 1BFOlt101'l'II' tOIKT IN%.. .AMI.t.nluu..1 POIImi

and South Carolina. I Callle Galney, Sunday. Church at Rising Sunday.Mr. Ellery Sapp of Vanderbilt.Mr. I N'OTICK TO DEFKNLJANTFlalntlff. : I It1 L

Mr and Mrs. Kllery Redding of Mr and Mrs. Jim Fllcox of and Mrs. Mancle Clemons and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and I P. CAMpnr.l. I I '

the State Farm were visiting his Slarke were visiting in this section Mrs. Kdd Parrlnh and Miss Melba family of Brooker were the dinner I -VI'- ;

nrothPr Mrs H. T. Redding Sun- Saturday. Jean Clemons attended the Churchof guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Russell i ['OnJOS.I Defendant.CAMPBELL: pilpPEft? > v

d ty lllaa Ruth Morrell of Ebro U God Sunday night. Norman of Vanderbilt Sunday. IN TUB NAME OF THE STATE OFKI.OltlDA
The Revival Meeting closed at Miss Velma Norman of this I OHEETI.NO: 'I
section -
Malting her slater.l Mrs. W. K. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and ToCora: Jones Campbell; who.e' SPICK
Evergreen: Sunday morning. Serv- Green, for a while. children of Hellbronn were visitingher spent. Wednesday night with residence and place of address I Is GROUP A. PICK 2 GROUP
ices were conducted by the pastor, her aunt. Miss Lorena Rosier of unknown.You I I
Rro. H. M. Ttllman of Jacksonville 1and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. \ 'I'IVoodlawn. are hereby required to appear -

visiting friendsIn Lapp: Monday night. to the bill of complaint filed ..........Smof.1 Pouitrytaund"::
assisted by Ilros. Jones and Florahome were Mr. J. N. Rosier and little grandson herein against you on or beforeMonday nAmerican Boy 0 American
Uengan also of Jacksonville. Theservices this section Sunday. Jimmie Lee : the 3rd day of July A. D. O American Girl ...........g mot.I ID D Breeders Caret* n'. ;
FLA. STATE FARM Wbodlawn, 5919.It! Christian Herald ..... .. .6 mot| 0 Cloverleaf Amldcan Rylb
were well attended by I Cecil Thomas of Green Cove were visiting relatives of this sec 'I Is further ordered that thisorder : D Horn Arts-Needteeraft ,..2yri.D 0 Farm JournalFin"1O

the surrounding community all Springs was visiting hIs sister I'nza'a'pr.: Corrennondent tion Wednesday.Mr. be published In the Bradford. I I Household Magazine .....1 yrs. Good Stories ... .. "..
I Count Telegraph a .
during the week. Mrs. Leo Griffis Sunday. Miss Wava Horton of Homestead and Mrs. F. M. Norman of In said County new..paperI"hll.h..d of Bradr. I 0 McCall's Magazine .......1 1 yr. D Home Circle ... '. .

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and I I Arch Prevail was visiting his will\ be the guest of Miss this section were visiting Mr. and ,I ...rd. once each week for four ,conei Modern Romances .......1 yr. o Home Friend . ,
I iitlve weeks.seal Road (Boys ........lyr.Parents' Maga*'
attendedchurch Sadie Prince for several weeks. '
Bonn of Jacksonville Mrs. Mrs. I I Open 0
mother and father. Mr. and Eugene Ellis and of
family ArN-Ntedlaulh"
: official
: my
I I Mrs. Jimmie Hare of Lake I' .ayaof Magazine .......limos | 0 Home .
here Sunday. City thin 1st d. June A. D.
P. B. Pievatt of Theressa Sunday. Worthington Springs Sunday.Mr. 1939. Pathfinder (weekly' ) .....lyr. o Leghorn World
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Gasklns was the guest a few days of this and Mrs. J. W. Knight and (OFFICIAL, SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas. Progressive Farmer ...?.4yrs.. 0 Nail Live Stork Peducs', ..

were visiting his slater, Mrs Russell week of Mrs. Jimmie Ritch. little daughter. Sandra of Jacksonville lark Circuit Court. 6-2 4t 6-23 Romantic Story ..........1 yr. 0 Plymouth Rock Mosthll .,

Redding Sunday. Miss Betty Miller\ has returnedto -pent Saturday night with :NOTICK\ OP _*PPMrVT10FOH D Screen Book ............1 lyr. 0 'rogre..i" Fare"rwsl I, ?
returned home GIRD OF THANKS her home In after ........ .1 Isiand Red
Mrs. Clyde Grtffls Perry visitInf Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and TAX U.U Silver Screen yr. 0 RINki. .."
Saturday after spending the put I We wish to thank our many Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancherfor family of Vanderbtlt. (..ena mil :No. in.:) Southern Agriculturist .....4yr. 0 I Southern Agrcult."d( ......
I NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN Confessions .... .lyr. ...
True .. 0 ...
three weeks in Starke where she friends who were so kind to us several' days. That Shi' ittwsr-..
A large number of from Foster Smith holder of
I DWomaWorld .........2yr.. 0
Tax Certificate No. .
Mrs. Fielding Chapman has 1T' Issued the
underwent an operation. this
I during the Illness and death of section attended the meeting nd. day of September A. (I. 193B
returned to her home in California
olM"h'nd-'ol1..t at Evergreen' filed In office
little son and brother. Ronald Church Sunday. tae ram my and has
our i
Mrs. Maggie Forsythe announces after visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. Frank made application for a tax deed toe
In Jack-
.' the of her daughter. Melrs and for the many beautiful ]0'. Chapman for several weeks. was > Issued thereon.
marriage sonvtlle TELEX
I on business Saturday. Said certificate embrace the fol- BRADFORD
Luclle Forsythe to Joe Copeland flowers. Little Helen Whltfleld Is visit- Everyone remember the revival lowing' described propertyIn the COUNTY

in Salt Lake City Utah June Mr and Mrs. E Winkler and Ing her grandmother Whitfield meeting at Water Oak Church bounty da. to-wlt of :Bradford !State. of Flor-

14th. 1939. I family. this week at Frultland Park. next week. All SEV of SEV E of Ry Section STARKE FLA.
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p Fuller ed the 1-2 percent gross sales tux VETO I :: IDS! NEAR LAKE CITY I Tallahassee Florida', Governor School leaders and Hponsof,
9e tt t taking off another 2 millions. It I Fred P. Cone small town the higher appropriation. said

,IJf I tlllg! about theca upped general revenue appropriations Tallahassee. Gov. Fred P. I l>i' trlrt Luke( City Reporter I banker and business man has eliminated more money would have to bt provided -
t nw !e"lslatUre( mthefactconstructive some 1 1-2 millions, schools Cone Saturday vetoed the 1939 Quigley and Davis, Material for Dan Howoll has leased 57.000 with his veto power most If public schools operatedfor
o from It $1,400,000; other special items I Legislature's $300,000,000 programfor Repairs $96,63; Quigley and acres of land in the section of Lake I of a threatened multi-million dollar full terms.
t OIwan limOS! omplete failure. some 2 millions. Which was an county road bond payments Davis, same $284.87; Quigley and City. Olustee and Lake Butler to : deficit left when the Legislature Governor Cone countered with
Oereto'e are not 80 clear. un-balance of some 9 millions, with gasoline taxes. Davis, same $1.88; Quigley and the Swift Creek 011 Corporation adjourned 2 weeks ago. I recommendations that officials

; ,'ommentator sat too Governor Cone thinks he can. veto He said the plan would be a Davis same, $1.15: Quigley and headed by J. A. Ennls presidentand I He wiped out about $5,000,000 put in strict accounting for the

hlJ the trees +ranehonest forest. (and has) enough items withholdhis "wholesale gift of State moniesto Davis, same. $128.22; Quigley and Kenneth Nix, secretary and of appropriations, for which the present fund of about $11,500,000
o feast Here try.8pt signature from enough checksto the counties at the expense of Davis same. $-,00& ; Quigley and treasurer for the purpose of drill- Legislature didn't provide revenue, nnnunlty, so that county could
.ht. seeds of disaster make the government run for the State highway system and of Davis, same $25.67; Mike Mnruca ing for oil or gas. and vetoed another bill that would not receive more for a teacher
eO ? what looked to be 2 years without another sessionof the public.." Janitor Service, $45.00; E. H. Ben- The Swift Creek Oil Corporation have repealed the one-half per- unit than It actually paid that

..t auspicious beginning. the legislature. At any rate Immediately, Rep. John S. nett. Janitor service. $80.00; F. A. as the holding company has cent cross I receipts tax which pro- teacher if the annual payment
broke all precedents when he is going to give it a good old Burks of Pasco County, a leader Scott, rent $2.00 sublet the contract for drilling to duces $2,000,000 a year ( did not reach $800. t

speakershlP caucus almost J.wood. stubborn Cone try. (Be it remem- in passage of the gasoline tax City Light & Water Plant, Ely Howell well-known oilman of "The State's going to be all Such a plan the Governor Instated

before the session.leaderS bered the Supreme Court recently bills, threatened "utmost" resistance Lights and water, $264.72. Mrs. San Antonio Tex s. right" he said In answering predictions would provide ample State
small county handed the Governor a new per- in courts If Governor funds for salaries for full terms,
Cone Helen Arpen, work on School pro Equipment designed on the by legislative leaders that
mnt executive was chosen petual veto when it decided he makes "any atempt to transfer ject. $5.00; Brownlee Bros. Ferti latest rotary patent, leaves Corpus the deficit might run any where with other school costs paid by

I r. thIs act made possible byCo needn't sign any checks unless he gasoline tax money to the general lizer and poison, $5.35; G. B. Col- Christi!, Texas by boat shortly and from $4,000,000 to $12,000,000( a counties and districts.
several large countywho wants to; appropriations or no.) funds of the State, thereby tore son janitor supplies $8.43; Carpenters is due on the ground on July 1 year. Other Measures Vetoed
15 put personal aggran- So we will watch the spectacle of ing the burden of financing State alcohol for ditto machine, for work. The weight of the "We just won't spend what we The Governor also vetoed:
.nt sbove i thesplendid Group one determined Old Man pitted government onto the counties." $1.50; Denmark Furniture Co. equipment used for such purposesIs haven't got," the Governor added. $100,000 for additional farmers'
a and fair against the growth and needs of Governor Cone's vetoes of three stove pipe $1.25; A. M. Darby 150,000 pounds and requires He him power to withhold his markets.

L""ButJthe. constant chief reft 1 3-4 millions people. For a time major bills In a four-bill compromise Store brooms, $1.50; Gassett, services of six men to operate on signature from warrants drawing $ O.OOO for a State livestock
r two the Old Man will win. Just as program passed by the Sen- wood to Gassetts, $2.50; Slstrunk eight hour shifts money out of the treasury and In market and abattoir.
gtwerenDuPhis per- the little boy Inl Holland did by ate and House contained no men- Feed Store wood order to Sis- Mr. Nix who has been here several that way he can prevent expenditure -
Pa ,:ontrlbutlon to thee holding his arm In the hole in the tion of any plan to transfer money trunk. $2.50; J. T. Kirkland bal- weeks and represents the even if a deficit still threatens the$110,000 for new buildings at
St. Augustine School for the
dyke. But one can't hold back from the Road Department to gen- ance due on building toilet, $49.- holding company, stated that drill- later In the year. Deaf and Blind.
the that along the Sea forever Cone will try eral! State operations, where he 50: Will Lee, wood, $900; E. Len- ing will begin promptly and that Throughout his vetoes, he has
as state Sowed serenely to balance the budget by saying has vetoed many special appropri- non, repairs $1.50; Clyde C. the machinery will drill 4,000 or said 1 the State did not have sufficient $50,000 for u State probationand
[I.taking hardly a barnacle, "No" wherever he can. ations because of lack of funds. Mickey $22.85; T. N. Norman, more feet until something is de money to cover appropriations parole commission:

IJIg much new sail. Under The Good The three vetoed bills were designated I cafeteria $1.50; A. E. Pearce. repairs termined. The company holds a the Legislature made for $30,000 for dog fly eradicationin
ere but slightly fumblingship One would think that from the officially as Senate Bills $800; Carl Rltch $32.41 ; !I lease on 57000 acres of the Howell many things, such as $1,400,000 West Florida) costal counties.
of j Turner Butler- above rather severe castigation 1216, 1217 and 1219. He signed J. H. Wainwright $19.85: Smith I property and can drill In any sec- extra for public schools, and hundreds And several minor claim bills,

ed in much talk, a few sharp the 1939 legislature accomplishedno into law the fourth bill. 1218,, Service Station, pump and repairs, tion of this vast territory. of thousand for various Including one to pay $3,146.28 to
ve decisions. For instance good. But: it did. which provided for an 80-20 divi- $28.00; C. C. Scott, wood, $6.00; Actual drilling will take placeon added functions. former County Judge Otis M. Cobbof
.wo to all chain store Outstanding service wns submitting sion between the Road Departmentand R. R. Thede janitor supplies, the first well site over a strip The legislature established a Indian River County, whose
to all gambling laws, to a the county, after a county re $6.15; N. D. Wainwright $28.00; of land running seven miles east record of appropriating for just suspension while Dave Sholtz was
Townsend plan, to re-dls- to the people at the next ceives its bond credits under the John McKinney, scrubbing, $2.00. and west and about fourteen miles about everything proposed, and Governor was confirmed by the

,g of Senatorial districts. election abolition of the state por- original 1931 gasoline tax law. General north and south, so Mr. Nix state- taxing nothing to provide addi- Senate.

j issues But it staked no tion of ad valorem tax. This is Provisions of ItllN.. Woman's Club of Starke, library ed. tional revenue Governor Cone "When the Legislature adjourned
did it have at $15.00; Quigley and Mr. Nix Issued no statements in said that left him nnd his cabinet "
round. Nor the key and primary step in ad The new bills provided for pay expenses he suit in one veto, "it had
me, any semblance of a pro- ment to counties of Interest they Davis material for Supt., office, regard to possibilities of this particular "with the ban/ to hold." appropriated several millions of
valorem reform. The people will paid, or will pay. on bonds Included $4.01; Quigley and Davis, trans area but the company he Florida collects and disburses dollars more than It had revenue,
service perhaps endorse It, thus placing the 1941 in the 1931 gasoline tax law;: portation repairs, $1.25; Florida represents is upending considerable annually about $60,000,000 but less and failed to provide for thin and
one deny, great passage to House session in position to more easily Payment for State designated Bank at Starke, payment in full of money along with Mr. Howell, than $10.000.000 of It Is IncludedIn many other appropriations."
o These bills constructed the counties note 3325.96: ; A. J. Griffls salary tho Independent oil man, to at the general appropriations bill
Mi and 802. reform assessing and collecting roads by lie vetoed a bill that would have
$125: 00 Louise Warren salary least give the promoters extreme for regular operations such as the
mll- ;
10 with
put the 9 or laws. the with bonds or county broadened exemptions from the
1 Among accomplish- faith in thE' soil possibilities In and constitutional -
$50.00; Frances Peek office courts prison, colleges
the gasoline tax used for between January 1, 1915 and one-halp per cent gross receipts
3f ments of the Legislature were: M. W. Morrow, and around this immediate sec offices. The other
work, $14.40;
road bond debt service on January 1, 1939 and payment to tax Ho staid it would have taken
v )iit racketeering basis. Revised the state criminal code I the counties for retirement of teaching in full, $113.36; H. II. tion. goes for highways public schools, away "about one half" of the tux
Revised the state school code. Wiggins! teaching, $20.58; Lor- county road bonds, public welfare -
bills were a Roy Crummer I bonds issued and outstanding on which producciH $2,000,000 a year
Passed In the House in a Established a state traffic police the 1931 law embracing bonds outstanding rane Smith, order Fla. Hank at $79.00; Florence Brown teaching, and other functions. for public schools.
Starke $125.00; Ophelia Bryan, Lucile Johns, vocational Only tho general revenue fund
dissent- force. 1, 1929. $90.78;
a on April
i mutes with hardly / The Legislature passed a bill repealing
teaching, $139.40; I. B. Cody, teaching, $25.00; Carl Roberts, vocational which In covered by the gt'nf'rulIIVPI'oprlaUons
Set board.
it te. 'hey struck half the seethe up a prison parole Legislative sponsors said the bill faced deficit the one-half per cent grossreceipts
teaching $256.70; Emma Hill, teaching $50.00 Mada any
n Senate were passed as Established a drivers' license.It bill would save counties from' because tax, but Governor Cone
teaching $139.40; Blanche Edwards line Andrews, order J. W Andrews and that was principally
greatly modified laws in veto-theg is true that all of these reform levying high ad valorem taxes for teaching, $145,80; Joyce $31.74: Starke Telephone of extra appropriations out vetoed it earlier this week

minutes i which were measures were long overdue. bond payments. Futch, teaching, $173.40; Da Co.. office and B. H. S. $15.15; of It by the Legislature. Most of The Duval, County teacher tenure -
1 Governor Cone.) But none-the-less 1939 is entitledto Governor Cone said he doubted Reale order Hamilton Bunk, Shell Petroleum Co.. gasoline, these appropriations have been bill wan also among measures

Nld the House ever develop the credit. whether the State Supreme Court $72.83; Ila Reale, teaching $72.- $215.99; J. L. Anderson, transportation vetoed, and the Governor has vetoed by the Governor.
vious program--and that in And the session passed no nut would uphold the new laws and 87; Jewell Roberts, teaching, repairs ,$57.05; Carpenters whacked nearly $500,000 out of the Other vetoela t week included

gof a preseSHion planning com- legislation at all. Nor any tax; recognize as "a legitimate State $146.30; Mrs. L. H. Futch teaching Drug Store, drugs, $6.02; Edwards general appropriations bill. bills:
e of ;z able and representa- compromise laws unless one calls purpose the payment of State tax $158.66; Lois Mayes, order Service Station, transportation! repairs Throughout his administration, Requiring private employment
I members Those members the law which defers for 2 years money to counties for past and I Farmers and Dealers Bank, $147.- $-&.50; Julian Griffls, holding Governor Cone consistently has agencies to obtain licenses! from
(fated i number of obvious the death sentence of the Murphy; future Interest on their own coun- ; 36: Lillle McRae, teaching, $139.40 .- teachers examination) $7.50; Clen- said the State would have plentyof the Florida Industrial Commission. i
k: but the House never made law a compromise law. ty funds used in the construction ; Ruth Frazier teaching $107.- nie Illckok. clinic nurse $36.00; money, without new tuxes, If .
fort to weld the recommenda- of narrow and outmoded roads, I Ford order Fla. Bank to Mayo, public officers operated on u business
Eventually, of course, will comea of 70; Grace Knight & Knight trip Exempting farm motor vehicles
juito a program. Nor did a retail sales tax long since worn out by years at Starke. $30,00; Grace Ford, $25.00; 10.: Lennon, transportation basis. and trailers from State motor vehicle
{appointed road committee of travel." teaching, $40.64; Gleo Andrews, repairs, $1,00; O. J Phillips transportation "I'm trying to run the government licenses.
better. It met much, \Ve Predicted The State Road Department, he on an economical, business t
I any teaching $57,50; Norman Johns, repairs, t$3.50; Standard
j he benefit of a four year As legislature began, this col said "is the duly established teaching, $128.20; Luvertla Shepherd Oil Co., gIn for county buses basin," he him said. Increasing the weight limit of
|-00 engineering study of the umn issued three pages of predictions I State agency clothed with the ex- teaching $138.90; Lubedla $76.47; Torode Chevrolet Co. trans. First in the lint which he disapproved single trucks to 24,000 pound and

ay system, promised to real as follows: No new taxes, i clusive authority to construct a Johns teaching. $75.42; Mae repairs, $3.75; Rosalind William, was nn emergency appropriation combination units to 40,000
I the end of the first 30 a state tax commission, no sales co-ordinated road system throughout Wells $50.58; Arthur McRae, expense com. dept., $7.00; Ira B. of $1,400,000 annuallytor pound I
Jthe, session. But it never tax, defeat of ad valorem abolition the State. Such a system teaching, $116.39: Essie Crosby, Taylor trans. repairs! $2.00; Mae school teachers' salaries during Providing for a commission to :
(Because Its factual construc- no extension of Murphy, would benefit the people of all the teaching, $10.00: Madaline Crosby, Wells 1 day sick leave charged, the next two years study any refunding plans offeredto
sport wrecked plans for 801 school pensions and extra funds, counties and not those residing in teaching $86,70; Harmon Mor- $-1.28; Myrwin Long, teaching, The Governor said the Legislature the State Hoard of Administration -
02. enactment of few localities. Instead of Florida of did not provide revenue to which handles ('ountyan,1 district -
no bond refund laws, a gan, teaching $71.70; Muriel Norman $75.00; Wall & Wall payment
|ere was a program In the 'the new citrus grower program, developing a continuous com- teaching. $126.70; Sorchle note, $567.05; Louise Warren expenses pay the money, which would have highway bonds. !
1 but It did not become ap- repeal of the 1-2 per cent no, relief prehensive system, a crazy quilt Baird, order Fla. Bank at Starke, county inventory $5.21 ; been I a charge against the general Prohibiting transfer" of surplus ;
t until In the closing days. for cities, criminal code re road system would result" under $91.88; Annie Laura Klston. teach- K. L. Williams, one month's extra revenue fund. funds from, the game and freshwater '
s the Du Pont program. This vision, state drivers license state the proposed program.He ing, $105,88; Melva Crosby Harrell work. $200.00. i lie also, said the present' $800 a fish commission to other I
uI 1 group Is led by stubborn, police force. Not bad, eh? We also said the plan might order Fla Bank at Starke, Teachers l Salary I year for each teacher unit In the State expenses I
ttent Ed Ball, who has longed didn't have the courage to predictas cause Florida to lose about $500- $70.00; Audrey V. Withers teaching Margaret Whlttemore substitute public schools would be ample "If! Exempting from railroad com \
of a Florida without an to Cone-still don't.BETHEL. 000 annually of Federal funds because $39.05; Mabel Wall order Fla. teaching, $11.95; Emma Chulker. those in charge: of paying the mission license taxes trucks used
alorem tax except for debte. the Hayden-Cartwrlght Act Hunk at Starke. $304.20; Florence 1 day nub, $4.75; Myrtice Carpenter I teachers' would properly conserve exclusively In hauling agriculturalor
With plenty of money, prohibits diversion of State gaso- Brown order Fla. Bank at Starke, 2 days sub. $0.50; Grace Wil- and manage" the money. horticultural products.
funds from highway pur- Fla. "It ls u well known fact, he i
line tax
power tireless persistence, liams, sub. teaching, $22.80; Paying $100 to Rep. J. Mln
propagandized< for this idea Mrs. Susie Glisson, Cor poses.In dlture of State funds. No prudent Hank at Starke, payment of note, continued, "that some teachers do Ayers of Gllclirlnt County for loss
vetoing the bill providing Starke, not receive tho $800 u unit pro- \
ears It Is significant that would expend his $2,316.76; Fla. Bank at and effects
of clothing personal
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson and credits to counties for roads which business man $2,010.83 Fla. vided by law and the money la
fie person or one organ izaf fund In like manner. payment of note, ; when he was held up and robbed i
f children and Mrs. Jimmie Wood- built paid for and which personal of note diverted (by county boards) for
moment In the entire state they As Governor, I cannot willingly al- Bunk at Starke payment It to by two escaped convicts near In .
I'.er endorsed his plans save ard and children were visiting Mr. were later designated as State low State fund to be so utied." $502.36; Florida Hunk at Starke, other purpose than paying verness. i
direct pressure from his and Mrs. Roy Smith in Hampton roads, Governor Cone said it "re- pointed out that creditsto payment on note $3,879.38. Verna teachers" I
He also of
nation But he had plenty Beach Sunday afternoon. quires the State pay the countiesthe of the various counties for future Demorest, teaching $76.00; Edna The 1939 appropriation would$1- We are local agent for the II. :

n' to think he controlled the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Glisson orglnal construction cost road construction would vary Hart, teaching, $79.17, Grace 400,000 as an emergency additional & n. Drew (Jo.? the South' flnmt !
Had not Wood been elect- were guests of friends and relatives narrow and outmoded roads, long In amounts, and that the Wainwright, teaching. $79.17; G. E. have supplied $100 each Kngrnvern.: Their entireUna
kaker with 55 votes with only at Florahome Sunday.Mr. since worn out by years of local widely result would be a "feast" or construction McGauIley, teaching, $34.62; Mae or a total of $000 teacher a year units-for In the of Vice Engraving Kuntplmt t
Jeded to submit toople" Wells teaching,;, $.'.700; Madallne of the 14,000 .
his plan and Mrs. Walter Starlingwere use."In this would be an in some and a "famine"in I schools may be seen by ranting 20 or 82.
Friends commanded Mr. and Mrs. Walter my opinion Andrews, teaching, $10962. public j ja
visiting others.
Important improvident and Improper expen-
j house committee.
Ward Sunday.
pa was sprung In the sixth
Marion Glisson began picking
Meanwhile all events in Fordhook beans from his large
louse had been curbed or
'1 not field this week. :
to interfere. DuPont-
''tered the fight confident of '

83 votes with only 87 need- HAMPTON N' '
in the various teat votes the Miss Ada Nlnuno, Correspondent
"mark was 52 and that soon .
1 under the fierce attack of Misses Betty Jean and Helen

g group headed by LeRoy Adkins returned to their home
I, whom Wood had defeatedaker. this week after spending sometime until she made her kitchenALLELECTRIC :
Mrs.J. .
Undismayed, the Du- with their grandmother, "
again tried in the closing W Priester of Lake Butler.

of the session; this time Revival service at the Baptist _
ring but 50 votes. But in church conducted by Rev. I. S. r !

leantime all hope of constructs Murphy, of Seaville, closed last ,
lay shattered beneath Sunday night. They were a marked
IIIDple of partisan feet. Buts success and attendance and at- f

+0llelf 1 hopeful seeking thing plans to see meet the meeting.tention were The good church throughout was revived the Modern in her hair-do, her clothes, her thoughts. "But I ,'

11'ame fate as the even more and received three additions for f wasn't modern in my kitchen", Mrs. J. declares didn'trealize i

:t fence Crummer ones. : Baptism.Rev. how much better electric service is for cooking, how I
summaries of the vari- : C. R. Robinson, pastor of i
actors wion which led to complete the Baptist Church here will fill i its radiant heat cooks-in goodness, how its automatic features -
and nullity are: appointment next Sun- : how clean and
almost plan-leas Governor, his regular and night. Baptismswill save work and worry. I didn't know

'House''an-less Senate. day morning be administered in the after- -- cool it keeps a kitchen. Above all, I didn't realize how
of too ---
many plans -
Crummer and DuPont noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins CHEAP electric service is for cooking, refrigeration and

citizenry vehement against were visiting In Worthington water heating"

ew taxes. Springs this week. Mrs. J. is right. Electric service is
tate E. Robinson, C. E. War- Your friends will tell you -
Rev. C.
'r .'xpenditures.crying for the need of ren and L.. Wynn were transacting last- better in every nay, amazingly( ""-" '/" See your electric dealerSERVICE
. lIIIual stalemating effect of business in toward modern all-elec
Take the first step
est Florida and New South Friday.Mr. ( $AM) today. j

'(la. and Mrs. L. A. Pringla of -Mn. J. has 1000 h.lp.,. labr tric kitchen. ;

e nUllifying! clashes of peramlbitions Green Cove Springs were mother the, 1"'leClt'l.l i klt.beD-tIIe -4it'',7) I ;
guests of Mrs. Pringle's "III1.eel Snaihln. Service!
and Miss .
v tform or leader- Mrs. irattle A. Ward mplor ** who stake .Ieolli.' SPENCER Manager :
Sunday. J. G.
'GO Ada Nimmo here last Manning and Mrlc. Uap UwtoallT k.rand J ,
legislative Mr. and Mrs. N. O. .oamaeddal ( i .
j'1 period Florida ( your) : : $.wt.dIrinL =
family! of South wereate 1
{ '*<>' Go\ of Mrs. apip.adahl..a.a.m. COMPANY
eminent guests
I. and POWER &
t 'plature met the Mr. T J Perry of S.Hampton Snowden. of F LOR I IDA I
[ > :y out of balance his sister, Mrs. J.
I l m.- a a year. It repeal- Lake Butler, this week. t


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Young Matrons Circle 1!Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman f MANY A TTENSUMMER
Mrs L. L. Parker, CorrespondentLadies
Formed by Baptist I Celebrate Golden Wedding FAVORITE SClia

[ Circle No. 4 of the Baptist W. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman of Il have Meeting' Many
of th' .,
ii jji M
M S,, organized Monday night at Starke celebrated their golden RECIPESIce The Ladles Aid met at the homeof school tea.-h.',., 1 .o
8:00: (o'clock is composed of young home .. Miss Leubedia PinhoUter Tues- the .
wedding anniversary at their colored i 11'.0', ,' I tt t
matrons up to the age of thirty- day, June 6, with 14 members Ing "
11. They received have II,
three The young women met at near here on June Cream Delight present. During the business schools I "Ii <
this IIII'
I the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova, many beautiful and useful Mrs. N, D. Wainwright, Sr., con meeting It was announced that the for the yeu, ,,t,, .M) -.

Miss: Dorothy Sapp Rev and Mrs. Robinson leader who led the devotional presents suitable to the occasion. tributes a recipe for ice crean usual meeting time would be In most casesgwmr _.
using as her subject, "The Re- the 3:30 o'clock Insteadof '1f; ,
Tallahassee Welcomed Back To Dinner was served beneath thai changed to : Monday In f
Honored in sponsibility of Parents to Their that well deserves its name, o'clock. Refreshments of August,
Methodist ChurchThe the Church." She also shade of the beautiful trees near not only be. : I Members of th. R .
Friends of Miss Dorothy Sapp, Children and of ice cream delight, ice cream and cake were served attending H a : 'it

popular bride-elect of July will concluding feature of the read verses from Genesis and the home. cause of its delightful flavor but the guests. The next meeting will Miss Lorraine are M. a.

be interested In the following Florida Annual Conference In made helpful comments on them the The following children and grand I also because of its nominal cost. be at the home of Mrs. L. L. Parker Ritch Mrs. Ve am,.,,,, Ure e\
During the business session children were present to help is the world's most and all members are asked to IJelllo
clipping taken from a recent Issue Tampa. was the reading of appointments following officers and committee Ice cream always L. Williams. Miss \\J'I",, 1t
Demo Paul B. Kern 01 celebrated this memorable occa- popular dessert and we're be present. son Miss Lucille !Bae(
Daily Bishop
of the Tallahassee by chairmen were elected. of makingit. H:" .
Jackson, Jack- eager to try new ways Gracey Lee Durban of Jackson- Sponholtz ....
crat: Monday morning. At this time Co-Leader-Mrs. One Wiggins sion: Mrs. J. L. Mrs Mah, ;:
Mis Clyde Nell sonville Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proc- ville and Milley Anna Conway of Ruby Mae Perkins > .
Honoring Miss Dorothy Sapp the Rev. Frank Robinson was Secretary ; 1 can Mllnut (five cent can) Palatka spent last week with Mr. I Prevail. foal! yn.
whose marriage to Mr. Guy Hin Thomas tor and children. Lake Butler; Mr.
again assigned to serve the Starke< strawberries Roberts.
J. P.
1 quart and Mrs. i Brooker
James Lewis
3 faculty
event of Mrs.
Ion Sale will be an July Treasurer- and child-
Methodist Church This an and Mrs. S. K. Norman 1 sugar eluded H. P meanbtl1
In the Baptist Church at Starke Enlistment Chairman-Mrs. L. cup Nursing Course Morgan, "
Mrs. Bert A. Busbee and Mrs. nouncement was received herewith F. Denkins ren, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 3 tablespoons lemon Juice I The sewing Club of the American Gaulley, Mrs. Russell), *

Alton Revell entertained Wednes- much pleasure as Mr. Rob- Mission Study Chairman-:Mrs. : die Norman and children, :Miss pinch of salt Tung Oil Grove is taking a Miss Sorchle Baird no tin Ya" f

day evening with a linen shower inson and family have made many Jerry Moore Rosa Maye Norman and Robert Have Mllnut very cold. Whip course in Home Nursing under vin Futch. From Grahalll

at the home of Mrs. Revell on his White Cross Chairman-Mrs. Norman of Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. until stiff with lemon Juice and Mrs Clennle Hickok the county Miss Ruth Frazier l
friends during paslyear's street
Mitchell Street. warm Ralph CoxPersonal salt. Crush, or strain the berries nurse. All members are asked to and from Hamptor, W
work In the Methodist J. E. Driggers and children Llthia : Then beat Into row has AI '
The rooms of the home were Service Chairman and add sugar. be present next time.Summer completed '?,
the church and Joe Norman and little daughter mixture. School course. I. 8u
beautifully decorated for the occasion church. Not only Mrs. George Inman the Milnut B. Cody '? the Lal

with vases of Shasta members, but the community In Program Chairman-Mrs. V. H. Joe Ann of Starke. All the Place in trays of the refrigerator After spending a swell vacationin school has completed! >t?

daisies ferns, gladioli and hyd- (general Is delighted to know that Carden.In children were present except two. for freezing. This will make Winter Park, Mrs. S. M. Baird course already and Mr turn E

rangea. Mr. Robinson will be with us for the absence of the secretaryMrs. The following guests registeredin two trays of delicious ice cream at has returned here so she cau go Hill is attending

Guests enjoyed interesting Paul Raymond served. the guest book during the day: a cost of 20c. to summer school. She will be a Miss Lilly McRa )t Car
another year. As Scoutmaster close of the meeting Mrs. school this next hilt Norman
games and contests. Winner for At the Miss If preferred 1 can of crushed teacher in our Johns mo it, ,,
70 he has won the high Mrs. R. G. Mrs. Carl Crist and daughter. Mr. and Wells of
for Troop Canova assisted by : of fresh term. G. E. McGauley, Heilbronn
Thelma Hol- quart ana
Miss one
high score was Mr. and Mrs. David pineapple or AH
hater who received a set of book 'I esteem of the scouts and their Kidd served fruit punch and caketo Sylvia Paulk and Crist daughter, Mr. and Mrs. peaches can be used in place of Mrs. Harmon Morgan and Mad- McRae and Miss Beverlev

ends. Low score prize, an attractive parents and he is doing a splendid the twelve members present. Dennis Wright and children and the strawberries. elyn Crosby are going to the Uni- of Rising school ir, atteiZ
This circle will meet with the I versity this summer too. The eight colored
vase, was given to Mrs. the Jacksonville H. ieachen
( work with boys. Mrs. Ben Taylor ;
Patten. I I other circles at the Church on have been made Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey and tending summer school
George Miss Lena Several requests m nn
of interest O. Yost Waverly;
Other appointments
each third Monday afternoon for Martha last places W
niece Evelyn spent are W
In a unique and novel manner Yates. Waldo Mr. and Sirs. Waiter for Mrs. W. B. Sewell's recipe for, Green &,,
to our readers are as follows: Dr. the business and program meet- ; Pickle." So week-end in Waycroas, Ga., Mar- Jenkins M. E Roberts
Miss Sapp was presented a showerof I I Underhill, Mrs Laura Mosley "Crisp Green p.
J. 11. Daniel, superintendent of Ing. The next circle meeting will delighted to see tha Evelyn Is spending a two- Smith, Roosevelt Smith
and know
McRae we you're &
lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Jacksonville district the Rev. B. be held with Mrs. Ralph Cox at.
; week vacation in different partsof Louise Gaines, GracI
Late in the evening the hostesses I M. Montgomery, Grace Church, Kingsley Lake on Monday: July' daughter. Vesta, Mrs Sallie Tison, It published this week. I the state. Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and Simmie Huntei. ROIIIL,

served an ice course to Miami; the Rev. W. A. Fischer, 10, at 6:30 P. M. Members will'( Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and Slice seven pounds of very green key leave this week-end on their -- .-

twenty guests who Included the Anderson Memorial, Jacksonville; take covered dishes for supper. son, Fred Misses Settle and Doris tomatoes a sixth of an Inch thick. vacation and they will visit in ----

honoree's sister, Mrs. W. B. the Rev. L. G. Ray Springfield All young matrons of the churchare Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Soak twenty-four hours in two Georgia and other places, one of Signs For Kingsley

Mundy, Jr., of Starke.BusinessProgram Church, Jacksonville; the Rev. cordially Invited to join this Mrs. A. H. Hall and Sheriff and gallons of water and three cups which may be the New York A. S. Strickland well tar,

John James Rooks (son of the group. Mrs. A. O. Andreu of Starke. of lime. Rinse well; cover with World's Fair. Kingsley Lake resident laettf

Meet .late Rev. E !.I. Rooks) Trinity, Mrs. Florie Wills. the only livIng clear water soak for four hours, Miss Lillian Miller a Junior in had the Telegraph print KV!

The regular business aud pro-' North Side, St. Petersburg; Dr. I Past Presidents HonoredMrs. sister of Mr. Norman and at changing the water every hour. Pennsylvania State college, has hundred large signs ')n cartta

gram meeting of the Baptist W. Homer Thompson First Church, W. E. Middleton, Mrs. N. whose home he was married fifty Boil together five pounds of returned here for the summer and warning motor born nvneri i

M. S. will be held Monday after- West Palm Beach; the Rev. D. Wainwright Sr., Mrs. A. Z. years ago was also present. Mrs. sugar one teaspoon each of cinnamon will do secretarial work for her operators not to operate, bow

noon at 3:30: o'clock at the church. George F. Scott, professor in Adkins, Mrs. L. A. Canova and Wills had the honor of baking the celery seed cloves allspice father who is vice-president for Kingsley without 'ompiylnj n

Mrs. A .M, Darby president, will Southern College Lakeland; the Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, past presi- golden wedding cake. mace and ginger and three the American and China Tung Oil the "muffler law passed bji

preside Rev. Fred L. Martin (formerly of dents of the Starke Woman's Club Late in the afternoon the guests I pints of vinegar. Pour over tomatoes Company. recent session of the tegblitv

Lake Butler) Pahokee; the Rev. were honored guests at the meet- left for home wishing the honored and let stand over night. Campers Return The cards state the law and

Henry W. Blackburn, Gainesville; ing Wednesday afternoon when couple many happy returns of the ,The next morning boll an hour Our boys attending the 4-H penalties and Mr Strickland.

FLOWERSFOR the Rev. J. E. Skipper, Lake the retiring officers entertained and seal while hot. Club at nounces he will be glad to j
Camp Camp McQuarrie
Butler the Rev W F. Dunkle, for them at Past day.Mr. signs to other lake property
a reception.
ALLOCCASIONS I I and Mrs. Norman are well I say they "had the best time they
Fernandina; the Rev. E. L. Hoi- presidents not present were Mrs. Ladies of Christian Church ers to post at theii ''andlngs:
have spent
I known here as they ever had, and besides having a
New Smyrna Beach;: the McBeth Weeks (deceased), piers.
IN ANYDESIGNS laday I Mary their entire married life in Brad- Elect OfficersA good time they learned much
Rev. II. Stewart Austin, Citra; 'Mrs J H Ritch Mrs. G. M. In-
ford County near Starke. about first aid. Ten boys were Sunday. We wish he< sps
the Rev. C. W. Mathison, Oak- man, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, :Mrs. L. business meeting of the Women's -
placed In each squad and Robert recovery.
land Park, MiamI. A. Davis, and Mrs. Edward Burns. of the Christian
Also Flower! Co-Ed Sunday School Class Society Henry Hargraves was the only Mr. and Mrs. Ira Taylor>
-- The honorees were Introducedby Church held Monday afternoon -
Wlrnl to was of here who in Jacksonville
one our boys brought visiting Sunday
Eastern Star MeetingA the president, Mrs. K. G. Dun- Enjoys Swimming Party at 3:30 o'clock at the churchfor
AnybodyAnywh..re back a ribbon. He was the only Mrs. Florence Vanndorc ape
can, who told of the beneficial I of electing offic-
meeting of the Eastern Star Members of the Co-Ed Sunday the purpose Bradford boy In the Honor Squad. to start repairing bei. house U

For AnyOceanian will be held Monday night at work that was accomplished by School Class of the Methodist ers for the ensuing year. Airs demons!! 111 week.

3:00: o'clock in the Hall. Mrs. each and told of the privilege and Church enjoyed a swimming party The meeting was called to order | Relatives and friends of Mrs. Prayer Sleeting

SIKS. N. D. WAINWRIGHT Donna Mainline of Pensacola, honor the club felt In having had and picnic supper last Thursday by the pastor, the Rev. W. T. Mc- form Clemons will be sorry to You are welcome t tt out \\I'

Phone 103 Worthy. Grand Matron of the them na leaders. night at the summer home of Guire. The Scripture lesson was i earn that she is very ill. All of lesday night prays mwtlrj

State, will make her official visit. In behalf of the past presidents, I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on taken from the ninth chapter of,:, her children were called home I IVon't you come?
Wrs. Middleton thanked Mrs. Duncan -] Kingsley Lake. Ithe Acts Apostle was read and j

and the club for the hono ,_._ ..., .
I : Those present on this delightful I discussed.The I :------ - ------
bestowed upon them at this tim< :
f occasion were: Mr. and Mrs Elm following officers were FLOWERSAU
The auditorium was beautifully)
decorated with red roses red gladioli -
Ruth Rowe Miss Abble Harley. President-Mrs. W. L. Andrews. I orders filled with careful condderelion .
and dahlias for this lovely
affair. Miss Lois Adkins Misses Hope Vice-president-Mrs. Florie Mc- for the requirement of the Individual.

The president announced that and Georgia Haynes Miss Marjorie Kinney e e Special attention given to promptness and
Stump Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs Secretary-Mrs. Ira Wilson
each vice-president would be ask economy.
L. H. Hill Jr., Mrs. S. R. Johns Treasurer-Mrs. Effie Johns.
ed to present her chairman snd
committees at the October meet Jr., Miss Guilda Marie Thede of Membership committee-Mrs. P, Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone

Lawtey W. H. Graham James S. Denmark, Mrs. W. T. Dowty, 123-J

ingMrs. Dennis Richard Thede of Lawtey Mrs. John Rog-
D. P. Carpenter 1st vice Mrs. John Capo, ,,-- -- -.-.-.-.-.-.- .-. -......- ---
Guy of Hampton Guy Se Mrs. Free-
Henry ers. Mrs. Willie Johns
president, and Mrs. C. A. Knight, ,
kell of Ontarlon Canada and Mrs. man Register Mrs. F. H. Box, "" "
4th vice-president were Installedas .. .
officers in an Impressive serv-- D. P. Carpenter teacher. Mrs. John Moseley, and Mrs.

Remember Dad June 18 Fathers ice. I Fronle Johns.
Sunday, During the social hour the hostesses Mrs. R. F. Clark'Hostess I After the business meeting was

Day-With a Nice Gift. You will find at served an ice course which To Ladies Auxiliary adjourned served tea and individual Mrs. W.cookies L..
were by NOW.
repeated the red and white color
this line of useful scheme Miniature American Mrs. R. F. Clark entertainedthe Andrews and Mrs. Ira Wilson
store a complete gifts at Ladles' Auxiliary of the Pres- .
flags, carrying out the Flag Day
byterian Church Tuesday afternoon ENJOY 10UK MEALS
very reasonable prices. 11- motive were placed on each plateas
from two until six o'clock, Acid-indigestion causes people

t Hostesses favors. were:: Mrs. L. A Can- at her hospitable country home. I much suffering and unhappiness. YOU CAN BUY YOUR

ova, Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. K The rooms were thrown ensuite Yet to those acquainted with .

BONA ALLEN SHOES G. Duncan Mrs. J. M Brownee the wide porches also being used I Blama-Rex:, this common aliment HOME
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. C. A and profusely decorated with holds little terror, for they know
in the thorough, and effici-
Knight, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,, zinnias and gladioli arranged prompt
HIGH OR LOW TOP-CAP OR PLAIN TOE STYLES, Jr., and Mrs. T. T. Long. baskets and bowls.A ent relief this excellent antiacid

ALL LEATHER-IN WHITE, BLACK OR BROWN short business meeting was preparation brings.

Entertains for Guests presided over by the president, They have experienced the amaz-
comfort and freedom of the
after which ing
Mrs. O. E Stnsbury
Miss Gayle Sewell held "openhouse" action of
scientific four-way
$3.00 the affair was purely social. Mrs.
Monday afternoon from :
Blsma-Rex: I
W. Bonham appropriate -
A. gave an
three until six o'clock in honorof I TRY IT
entitled "The Country
her house guests, :Miss Annette Buy Blsma-Rex at Carpenter'sthe I
Home," which was followed by
Patterson Miss Hilda Bevls and Rexall Store, In Starke. i ii
MEN'S: NO-FADE LACE- amusing games and contests. calf
Miss Jordan, of Bartow.
Marjorie its exclusive agency. c.
Summer flowers were tastefully The hostess, assisted by Mrs. i I

PANTS SHIRTS arranged In bowls and vases In Mike Dew and Mrs. O. E. Stans- t a

decorating for the lovely Informal bury served delicious ice cream FLORIDA THEATRE | RIp
affair. :. and cake to the 20 guests present I r1
Tempting refreshments of Coca- I G.\I .:8'-ILLE. FLA. I

PATTERNS98c COOL Cola cheese crackers and cookies' Miss llinafan ssa I Program for the Meek beginning

I 1, were served during the afternoon. I Entertains ClubOn I June 16, 1939

to $3.95 $1.59 I The hostess was assisted In servo i
ing by her sister Virginia Sewell Monday at one o'clock Miss I taut I Times Today
and cousin James Edward Cottrell Mlna Managua was hostess at her Hli'HARD DIX. In i I
Lake "MAN OF CONQUEST"With :: ,
of summer home on Kingsley
lilt.N'Y LASTE.X Each Those present to meet the visitors I when she entertained the membersof PATRICK
Misses Edith Rowe, her bridge club with a lunch-

SWIM I TRUNKS $1.69 i I Marlon Dowling, Caroline and I eon and card party.Arrangements Double SATURDAY Feature Program ONLY

I Betty Green Sadie Prince and of various sum- LUCILLE BALL ALLAN LANEIn

Ir Enza Weaver. I mer flowers were placed to ad-

vantage on the large enclosed "PASA.'LLADY" ;<
i Local Girls Attend Camp porch where the guests were entertained Also'r131 FOR

to Florence Mersereau are attending After lunch four progressions of. "THE ROOKIE COP"SUNDAY WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT i:1:
camp at Lake City. The camp Is bridge were played and at the conclusion
of the Mrs. J. P. LAST
sponsored by the Children's Bible game TYRONE POWER-ALICE FATE
Trade At Alexander's And SaveB. Mission of St. Petersburg Flor- Burns was presented with a vanityas AL JOLSONIn YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE IN STAKE

ida. The girls from Starke were her reward for making highest FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE COVHIDKIUNG

sent by the sponsors of the Mis- score. Mrs. N. Sternberg won the "ROSE OF WASHINGTON I TIm I'URCIIASE OF A NEW MACIU*

sion Hall and Tabernacle work "slam prize," a novelty tea towel.In SQUARE"added WK WILL, UK GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE stUEMI1'OTOJl \

here. They have earned this outIng a bingo game Mrs. E. L. Biggs Walt DIAne-- Donald- Duck, In { KIGIIT IN YOUR OWN' HOME,

through their faithfulness to Wall presented with a set of coat "DONALD'S COUSIN' GUS"

the work. Others were qualifiedto bangers.

go but were prevented by illness Those enjoying Miss Manassa's Z I>ny. TUE3. oft WED. 2 Pay
Easy Terms
from enjoying: this treat. hospitality were: Mrs. A. Z. Ad- In"BRIDAL

The campsite Is near Olustee andIs kins. Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., SUITE"

in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Reedcf Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. D. P. with

Tallahassee, field workers for Carpenter. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Walter Connolly BI11I Tlurk COUNTY"

the above named organization O. L. Haynes. Mrs. N. Sternberg,
I Thursday A Friday-Jun* U, S3
Miss Johnson will be one of the Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. K. G. Brian Aberne'Ictor McLagUn

counsellors assisting in the work.A Duncan .Mrs.: D. B. Whit. Mrs. I In"CAPTAIN TELEGRAPHPAGE

E. HATFIELD Manager large group from South Eugene L. Matthews, :Mrs. L. F. FURY"

Georgia and North Florida are Chapman of the Slat Farm, and I With June Lane Paul Lukas

I attending. Mrs. J. P. Bums of AUanta.



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Jl.'rdny Miss Evelyn for William Stump and left left, yes- I Mrs. N D. Wainwright. Sr. II\i'-I Perspires, Queen i I mil lace. Her hat and parasol the aisles their Majesties went to-
Mary< Col- spent Monday In Jacksonville with
lege. I Blushes Success were made of the same materials the portico to have a
Willlamsbtirg;, Va., to attenda ( Mrs. N. D. Wainwright' Jr., whoIs Party "spot of
Bits of summer course In teaching Lat- confined to St. Luke's Hospital With this ensemble she wore two. tea, as the..J.ngllFtttxMMie.Slrre", ::: "IfII
in. (Continued from One strands of beautiful pearla. a
following an operation. Page ) I they were served byi servants in
diamond bracelet and a beautiful
the extreme heat perspiration: the of ,
livery bottle gi ->>n
Captain S. A. Bryan will leave Mrs. L. G. Powell has returnedto was rolling down his face! and I diamond ring- coats scarlet breeches init white
IDeal Ne today for a six-weeks visit with her home after some actually dropped on his I Many ambitious women decided
relatives la the spending several I to brave the hone. Just aa Their Majestieswere
Georgia peach formal kingly attire. consequences' and .
belt days in Columbia, S. C... with her
I I The Queen however seemed to practically force Sir Ronald and enjoying the tea a beau iful
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND mother, Mrs. A. H. Frlpp, and
CONCERNING I to rainbow appeared In ihr
sister, Miss Etta be enjoying herself Immensely Lady Lindsay present them. aat
PROGRESS OF TIlE COUNTY ANn TOWNIohble Mrs. Carr I Ritch is spending( She had a smile for everyone. As The matter, however waa handled Many regarded this as a good

I this week In Jacksonville:: as the she approached one could hear perfectly. When an ambitious omen for the King alnce King
.1 guest of Dr. and Mrb. C. C. Mendoza John Powell left Saturday for the remarks, "How lovely she Is." I dowager would make a full curt- George la a sailor at heart and a

Key West to visit Mr. and Mrs. "What beautiful eyes!" "How gra- sy almost In the direct path of sailor by training, so the old say-

William Fripp. En route to Key cious!" The personal friends of I Sir Ronald with the hope that hewould Ing was appropriate "Rainbow at

8lgg left Sunday for Mrs. O. W. White and daughter, Friends of little Miss Judy Green West be visited In Daytona Beach, Lady Lindsay were presented and have to present her. Sir night--sailor's delight". Appropriate

Y ,7 camp fmmokolee.Do Miss Etholln White, spent Tues win regret to learn that she is West\ Palm Beach and Miami. always this little Queen-for she I Ronald would! extend hla hand, I also waa the.farewell music,

-- day In Jacksonville. 'confined to her home because of Is only five feet two inches in I help her to her feet and then ay.I -God Save the King" aa King

Do) Ma Smith is attending : illness. Mrs. R. V. Turner and childrenof heightmet them in a graciousand "So nice of you to come" and passon. George and his Queen departed.

Ly: Business College In JackIe Mrs. F. A. Canova and childrenof St. Augustine and Mr. and charming manner. There was I They came we saw they con

Gainesville were guests Sundayof Mr. and Mrs. John N. Hart of Mrs. W. T. Brinson of Valdosta, very little curtsying mostly Lady Lindsay although; Amerl- quered.

Mrs. E. E. Canova Jacksonville will spend this week- Ga., were guests of Mrs. F. B. handithake The Queen showeda j I can-born seemed to out-English

I Mrs C. F. Ward left end here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johns Thursday of last week. bit of curiosity-If one may accuse i all. She picked only her clone

'peidsy t for Lakeland to visit Mrs. T. M. McCord visited relatives W. H. Hart.Sena.tor a queen of having such! o friends to present. However the
JI.VMB In Bainbridge, Ga., and Cottonwood Kodak Finishing at Hooter lowly .moHon-as to these American I Queen, spying Congressman Dunn HAZARDS: )

._ Ala., last week. and Mrs. C. E. Johns Brow Studio. women, their dress and man- who la blind, standing a little ways w.y...

B, Nettl. Dowling Is visiting and son Jerome, are enjoying a ners. Maybe it was because she : from the crowd aimlessly turning OIDAGL.Aoc3DH'nIl !

gaunt nvUle ville Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.E Crystal Lake. was the guest of her Slater as queen of the British Em- I going on, calmly walked over to !.:DIA.1'R>

:J. Dowling and family. Mrs. H. V. Knight Monday. pire to an American woman Wal- I him despite Lady Lindsay's stern
? and Mrs 1>1. F. Brown and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Palatkawas She was en route to the Universityof lis Simpson). I countenance and took the Con

Thomas spent Tuesday the guest a few days last Florida where she will attend If one word could be used to gressman' hand and greeted him
Flora Mrs. Carrie Ritch has the
] spent week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. summer school describe Queen Elizabeth, It wouldbe warmly and graciously aa she did R +A.+jrh iprMS4'
Jacksonville! past week in Jacksonville
visiting W. P. Smith. "winsome," meaning that she the others From then on, Queen IIAKOLJ C. WALL, Agency
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.
Murhee! Henderson of Mrs. David Oliver and daughter is certainly winning in appearanceand Elizabeth had, conquered democratic Reliance Ufo Insurance Company
: guest of Mr. and Misses Annette Patterson, Hilda Miss Frances Oliver of Ft. Laud- manner. She Is pretty, yea; heart
the of
r is H. Johns. Arthur Swambom has returnedto Bevis, and Marjorie Jordan of erdale were guests Saturday and : she Is stately, in a petite way but After having passed twice down PltUburff
[ A. his home in --- ----- -- --
Lawtey after en- Bartow are house guests of Miss Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. above all she is winsome and this I -
joying a trip to Chicago Ill Gayle Sewell. route quality wins the hearts of all she
and his mother Bessent. Sr., en to Waynes-
_Lois ic3 Mayes Mayes. returned Mon- ville, N. C., for the summer. meets. Her every move was gra- I Ii NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
fatter enjoying a week's vaca- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Leslie Biggs left Tuesday for cious and feminine; even her dress i
family have moved to their sum- Clay town, Ga., to take part Infield and showed great feminity and looked
I touring in Georgia Alabama Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis This 'is opportunity to have CHIROPRACTIC
mer home on Kingsley Lake. activity in the Government E. as though it had been made for a I your
Sissippi Tennessee, Kentucky K. Perryman spent Friday treatment at half price.' Beginning Friday, June
Forestry Service. story-book queen. It was made of
in Hartford, Ala-
{Arkansas. through Sunday Ifi and ending Monday June 19 I will well Chiropractic

pristine white and Guyper
Miss Ruth Rowe will spend this bama, where they attended the organza
week-end in Olustee as the guestof Mrs. J. P. Hendrick and son, funeral of Mrs. Davis and Mr. lace. The bodice was well-fitted cards: of ten treatments for $10.00 each.

Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Howell. Jimmy of Ft. Lauderdale were Perryman's brother, Lloyd Perry- with a short cape of tucked org Buy cards: at this time and save money or pay full
; A recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. man anza; the skirt was very full, price thereafter.

COLLEGE James Edward Cottrell of Lees- Charles M. Turney.Col. made over a crinoline, with alter

burg is the guest of his uncle and Mrs. L. R. Moore and Mitts Meredith nating rows of pin-tucked organza DR. C. W. JONES
Hollls V. Knight spent the
Hazeldoni of Lake Park, Mr. I
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.
I li eitlm.wj en tw worth week-end attending court in and Mrs. C. H. Register of Lake The Woman's Society of Christian I Starke Hotel Starke, Fla.
(150,000. Tbaunait at fa- Gainesville, Sarasota and Tallahassee Service of the Methodist ,
Butler and Register
chid" -.10, Hughes II
) "parent ers Wo get the bent results In finishing -
the" education and Jurat* ef respectively. Tallahassee were guests last! Church will meet Monday afternoon -
children Kodak films, limner I
char through ih your
at at the
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
tow Educator Policy llron. Studio. Mrs. W. D. Newton of Ft. Lauderdale Lawson.Mr. church. Program and business

is the guest of her son-in- meeting. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton.
Kr niplM*Mk Mte mftmt Friends of Mr. and Mrs. 1(. A.
I.VROLD C. WALL Agency Durden of Savannah, Ga., will be law and daughter :Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Milton Brownlee president will preside over the Tip Top GroceryFRIDAY
Charles M. Turney. and small daughter. Catherine, of business session and the programwill
iUtrire Life Insurance Com interested to learn that they are
of Gainesville and Mills Martha be arranged by Mrs. Frank
the arrival a laugher
pany of Pittsburg announcing Misses Madeline and Lois Lott Brownlee and Ernest Roebuck of Robinson and Mrs. Middleton. AND SATURDAY SPECIALSJune
t on June 12.
of Bartow were guests Monday Jacksonville were, guests last

morning of Miss Gayle Sewell en- week-end of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Frank Robinson III und Miss 16th & 17th., 1939
route to Charlotte N. C. Brownlee.Dr. Ruth Simpson returned today aft-

TO THE PUBLIC er spending the week in Lakeland J.UtU N KANCYLETTUCE UKOK01A 11KI.I.HPEACHES Iru..n.

Miss Helen Dowling returned and Mrs. G. W. Brown of attending the Senior Young
Sunday after enjoying a two had their last People's Assembly of the Methodist
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Edward Church at Southern College there.
E. Moore In Jacksonville.Miss Smoak and family of Tampa. Dr. They were the official delegatesof 3 heads 4 i'eunds
and Mrs. Smoak have just returned the local young people's Ep-

| THE U. S. ROYAL CORD LINE TIRES & TUnESConway's Lucille Kennedy left Wed- from N. Y. and Baltimore Md.. worth League of the Starke Methodist 15c 25c

nesday for Baxley, Ga., to spendthe where Phillip Smoak received his Church and will make their ..
summer with her parents. Dr. degree in medicine. report Sunday night .
: F. G. Kennedy. I -- -- -
Service Station and Mrs. Among those attending the Uni- FANCY BANANAS, 4lbs. 15cI

Tom Ritch left Sunday for versity Summer School in Gainesville
tide Florida Motor Line Buses For Speed and Comfort Charlotte, N. C., where he has accepted are Mrs. E L. Rlggs.; Mrs TY.XHII.VY.IC SKIN OK VKUMW

a position with the Petroleum -I Warren Perkins. Mrs.\ G. A. And I
ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc
Carries Corporation erson, Mrs. H C. Hitch Mrs. R I ,

--- F. Demorest Mrs. Earl Searing,
NAT SEZ: Mrs. Wade Klutz and son John, Miss Lillian Stump Miss Hope f fFon FANCY OIU'\T VOlt mtPKIMT:

and Miss Margaret Mlnkler of Haynes and E' L.. Williams. liRE SUBE LEMONS doz. 15e Huskies 2 pkgs. t5e
If your oM man happen to be Pass-a-Grlllo were recent guests of -- ----- ,

.1 a a old crab, who gripe- all daylong Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns. Woodfin Hall of West Palm ('0. ItCn.l, \IIUIONT FANCY 1'1.111 1 ROME :
about first one thing! and then .
Beach arrived Saturday to spenda
another, buy him a good :So cigar SALE- Large heavy, two- BUTTER lb. 27e
Mr. und Mrs. Will Dishinger two weeks' vacation here with ,
t. ." for Father's Day and case your and daughter Miss\ Shirley 1>1lh- his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G wheel trailer AIxo imported R I C E
,.. conscience. But if lie's a good recent Halle. Improved variety Porto Rico IUUKlrlY.J.U
were Jack
of Haile and brother.
fellow like iiiowt 's are, youshould Inger potato vines. I'ate Gannett. Itp CHEESE lb. l8e II "ound..
pnpp> guests of Mrs. W. T. Dowty. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald who has ,
dig Just a little deeper. been visiting her son-In-law and FOIt SALE CHEAP 335 acres
Shirts, ties BOX or pajamas are Mrs. C. I. Manassa\. and Mrs.I daughter. Mr and Mrs. M. F. good pasture land. Plenty 3 fA\\'P:M 1Sc !

the most useful gifts, and if he'd II. White will sail Wednesdayfrom Brown returned Wednesday to young timber. Will sell all or BREAD 25e

one of those fellows who neverwill New York for a two month's her home in Tampa part. See W. H Gruhum at J ru- TOP

get used to slcepin In pajamas stay in Cartagena Columbia. M. Alvarez Store. MEAL 5 lbs. lOc TEA pkg. tOe 'I 1
him with
fit very
ue can up Miss\ Mary Brownlee, Miss Mary
newest thing In the old fashioned Mr. and Mrs\. Calvin Johns and Lee Watson of Alton, HI., end WANTKI: ) TO HUY cow and

night shirt. nieces. Margaret and Georgia Gil. Miss Mary He s of Edwardsvllle hogs. Market prices paid on nil

pin left today for a visit with relatives 111., arrived Monday night for a grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247 SUGAR Ibs.23c
in Alabama. Arkansas and visit with Miss Brownlee's parents Starke Fla. :3-31-lyr.p

Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. I ;
FOR SALE CHEAP -- Improved
Mr. and Mrs.
I varieties Puerto Rico sweet potato
Ira P. Shepherd. Jr., who has Brownlee daughter Madge, and vines $2 per thousand and MKHITA' No. 2 NILE CAN I
been visiting his parents. Mr. and their house guests visited St. Au-
I Missionary strawberry plants
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd left Sunday gustine and the Marine Gardens./ $2.50!: per thousand' Any amount I Soda Crackers Sliced Pineapple

for Mllledgevllle Ga., where he is From St. Augustine Miss Brown- LEON DICANDIO Rt. 2, box
Watson and Miss Hem I 2 round Ho*: Pet'sue
employed.Mrs. lee, Miss 254!: Starke Fla. S-23 4tp
went to DeLand for a visit with

D. T. Clark returned Sun- I Col. and Mrs .I E. Futch. Mills I I II FOIl MALI ("'"1-:.U' over one 15c lOc

day to her home In Miami after Brownlee will return the latter 1 million Improved variety Missionary I

spending a week here with her part of this welc to spend the strawberry plant, by A NATIONAL IIINCiriT . TREAT:
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- I I remainder of hei three weeks' vacation the bed or by the thousand. See
wright Sr. I 1 y I with ho parents. I II ( Millard R Judd, Stark, Florida Assorted Cookies, 1 lb. bag 15cSWIFT'S

Col. and Mrs D. E Knight wentto 1 i
Jacksonville Monday to meet I \ "

r"V I! York their City son here.Paul who will Knight spend of his New Vacation i I Ii IiI PREMIUM MILK, Tall Can 5c I

-- I i.uxToilet LIVE BIIOV 1
The Rev. and Mrs. Frank RobInson \ f

attended the Consecration)I "The Dependable Store" Est. 1894J. I Soap Soaps
Service of the Senior Assembly at II !
r Southern College in Lakeland I 3 IUn, nm
s Friday night. M. ALVAREZ HAS THE I
20c 20c
Mrs. C. T. Nolin of Eufaula
and Mrs J. D. Cannon and I
.n\\: Y.I. IHI.K row. IIKRT HMOKKI) !
Miss Peggy Cannon of Jackson-

ville are guests this! week of Mrs.

O. L. Harrison. LARD BACON N I I

JANHATTAN SHIRTS-Known aa the best $2.00 The -Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- DAD WILL BE PROUDTO

PMIATTAN PAJAMAS-Very comfortable $1.95 inson returned Monday night from WEAR ONE OF THE 9c 13c ;

%NHATTAN HANDK'FS. Initialed, 4 for $1.00 Tampa, where they attended the
Florida annual conference of the NEW BOTANY SUMMER
.SINT.WEAR PURE SILK sox, s for $1.00

JP-MIATTAN BATHING TRUNKS, sizes to 44 $1.95ER.VBERG.S Methodist church. TIES. A COMPLETE BEST WHITE BACON, lb. 9c ;

SPECIAL MAKE SHIRTS $1-00 Junlus D of. Smith was called to CHOICE OF SATIN MIX- i
% D. C., Tuesday because -
TE LINE OF SUMMER TIES of the death of his slater TURES LINENS AND Quart
SHIRTS $1.00 ,
AND VAJAMAS-other Mrs. Anna Powell. He U expected -

to return today. SUITING FABRICS. Prim Bathroom Tissue, 3 rolls lOc

Mr .and Mrs J. E. Orman and

children and Mrs. Laura Moseleywere Gallon Cooking Oil 69c'
I visiting friends and relatives World
: last week. While away Botany 00 The
visited :Mrs. Myra K. Hull In $1 1
they Dill
f Redland. Frienda of Mra. Hull Ties Over Pickles, Sweet or Quart 15c ;

will be glad to learn that she U
gradually Improving. r

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FRi--" .IT
Sr.t __---v. ::

I 14 INNOCULATED LaCrosse spent th,

SUMMER TIME IS her parents Mr. a11 We"k.n<1 91'

II-[ -FARMERS SECTION PICNIC TIME II LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA AGAINST Lake Butler RABIESFourteen residentsare Lewis.Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.visited David Ml'I'aUlk H !

GROWERS Maybe it's the gypsy in us that FACTS IX SHORT taking anti-rabies treatmentas d Mrs. Wall"r ndae
I sets UII longing for the open roe result of a mad dog scare '
And when last week. The dog bit several The
at this time of year. PARENTS: WARNED many fri.1His
TEN PRISONERS: ESCAPE number of dogs and at of *''r
hits one might people a Mrs.
that wanderlust Judge Chester Haifa Alvarez : 'as
7fllItI Jbr t1J! off toward Tallahassee,-Ten State prisoners Bartow-county cow. The head of the I''
as well yield to it and set told that some par- least one much to hear of 5 Vt
RURAL escaped last month, but thre M. Wiggins, off and taken to the their mlRrOI'lU
f9lIousehOld the horizon. But it's a good their infant dog was of having their
During May ents were taking (
COMMON SENSE I(idea to pack up a lunch before you were the number recaptured.of prisoners held by; children along on "Jooklng" par- State Board Leamon of Health Rivers In Jacksonville and fire ''Thursday night testn"led'' ,
THE MILDEW PROBLEM 'start! the State Increased from 3601 to ties, warned that future "offen- Sheriff Drannen, showed positive Edd Drlggers. and Rob :
SPUDS JOHNSON Even those whose appetites area In the ders have trouble getting of Waverley lira
Ry 3659.: There were 1673 may ,Infection with hydrophobia it Is and .1 E.
Watch for mildew during: warn bit capricious when they lest State at Raiford, 1544 Inroad their children back after they've Starke were visiting Mr Normll.l1
YOUTHS ATTENDING 4-H muggy spells In summertime themselves at a table Indoors can camps prison and the remainder In sobered up." Parents guilty of stated. The dog after was he killed noticed by E. C. Lewis Saturday 1M !8!
SHORT COURSE BENEFIT i is Interested In that Judge Leamon Rivers
when the relative humidity become keenly such conduct habitually Mrs. J.
AND ALSO HELP OTHERS high. Mildew may appear in a lunch basket as it Is unpacked on other institutions __ Wiggins asserted, can be prose- that it had been acting peculiarly., Jessie were W. Driggeifi, aM ,I',
Rivers the
to Mr. Visiting
---- Mr
few hours on clothing In closet some grassy meadow. There cuted for contributing to the delinquency According Groover and 1Ir
Eight hundred of Florida's fine on shower curtains and other something about food eaten outdoors WIFE DIES: OF WOUNDS of minors and the dog was a strange dog In this Goodman of Stal'kp k

rural boys and gills returned t lo household textiles, or on floor which makes a difference, I It Miami-Mrs. Edith Cook 31. youngsters under a Juvenile court I community. It was large of light day.Mr.

their homes recently from the furniture leather bags or seems. died Saturday of wounds she received order can be sent to an Institutionfor brown color, with some of the and Mrs. Russell, |, Carter

University of Florida and the which are poorly shoes'l 3 The first thought in food whe Friday night when her husband dependent children. I marks of a police dog. It drifted Heilbronn and Miss Ruth Le(

Florida. State College for Women: may appear also in badly llghte i picnics are mentioned Is usually] fired at an escaping negro, Into the community and seemed of Jacksonville were visiting 1':'
where they attended the annul. locations, or In a damp house that I sandwiches. Slices of bread wltb who had been peering Into a bedroom ]- .friendly enough at times and numerous and Mrs. B. A. Shaw Sunday

4-H club short courses. has been closed up for a while.If delicious fillings might have been window at their home. Investigators VETOES ADDITIONAL JOBS children of the community Woodrow Thomas of lam
to Gainesville said she was hit while Tallahassee,-Governor Cone today played with it, as well aa some of spent Saturday
Coming of the boys fabrics must be stored, put invented especially to be packed I In night with *
campus and the girls 1 to them In a dry place. Articles In picnic hampers. They are easy to running to obtain help after bus- vetoed a legislative pro- the older folks.It and Mrs. W. c. ConnerMies ,

the Tallahassee Institution Is: always trunks in the cellar often mildew I prepare, and slices of the roast band Bob Cook, captured the, viding for an assistant state five service bit Mr. Rivers' cow early In Lucille Crosby IS .
a bright spot in the year because the cellar is commonl; I from the day before, or sliced ham negro. Cook fired when the negro officer In each The State the week but since the cow did a few days with her, spend;

program of the Florida Agricultural damp or poorly ventilated. or meat loaf, make good filling suddenly broke away and fled. congressional districts. officer I not like dogs, Mr. Rivers did not Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edmondson grandpa
Extension Service, for durIng growth. Sandwiches with fruit and cookie now has a state service I suspect at that time that the dog Theressa.
Mildew Is a fungus to handle war
the week of the short courses fruit in a with one assistant Infected with rabies.
Characteristic mildew spots are and milk coffee or Juice REGISTRATION RECORD Cone I was really -.-
the Extension workers are deeply or black. They; thermos bottle, make up a very Gainesville,-The first of two veteran affairs. Several days later, noticing the -
yellow of
gray green "take care
Impressed with the unbounded energy may vary in size from a pin point satisfying picnic menu. summer sessions began here at the said these two could without creating I I dog acting strangely uptown, Mr. LAVTEY{

hope, and spirits of these. to a cent. Once In the fibers of Another type of picnic lunc University of Florida Monday; every need" offices." The bill I' Rivers consulted Sheriff Brannen William ((8111)) Mummer! Cor.
rural youths and these manifest next favor contains approaching the II "many extra and It was decided to kill it, still
a fabric mildew stains are which Is growing in with registration Increase of $14,800 I II
tlons point to a healthy, progrei to Impossible to get out. Cotton a hot main dish, or one which can 1,000 mark. Dr. J. W. Norman proposed In an the state appropriation :. no thought that it might have Mr. and Mrs. O. J Phillip i hi, ,;
give agriculture In the future of Education I annually rabies. After killing the dog and returned to their home
Is more susceptible than woolen be reheated easily at the plcnl dean of the College service officer's de here if
The boys and girls the pick of goods.On spot. A casserole heavy enough to and director of the summer school I tion for the I dragging the body out of town a two weeks' visit m Miami r:

nearly 15,000 4-II club members In leather bags or shoes a hold the heat can be well wrappe said: I consider our teaching partment. Mr. Rivers and the sheriff found relatives.

Florida come to the short course growth of mildew can be brushed up and the food will be just rlgl faculty this summer to be the I I that the dog had bitten a numberof George Arwood has returned

eager to learn and with the social off if found promptly and the, when it reaches the picnic spot. strongest we have ever had, and DAYTONA CHARTER people in town and several Birmingham, Ala.,. where" he

attitude of not only beneflttin article can be washed. Cloth bind Meat and vegetables cooked together all indications point to a splendid Tallahassee Governor Cone I I dogs. It was decided to take the employed as a bookkeeper In

themselves but helping others as ings of books contain 50 percentor are good for this picnic summer" said Saturday he will allow a new head to the State Board of Health coal mine.
charter for Beach to become for examination with the result
well.Their more of starch and gum and< dish. Inez S. Wilson home economist Daytona Miss Mary Edwards who i It ,
selection for short course are a favorable place for mildev suggests this casserole dish BUSINESS: CONSTRUCTION law without his signature.Two I that all known persons who had tending the Jones Business Colic

attendance is a definite recognition fungi to flourish. A coat of clear which can be carried hot to tbe Tallahassee,-Building permits groups presented proposed I.I been bit by the dog were advised in Jacksonville visited her
work with 4.n charters to the Volusia County to take the anti-rabies treatment purer
of their good the covers and back reheated there. I
lacquer on picnic or for construction of hotels, apart I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards,f
club projects on the farm and In will protect book covers fron Lamb en Carole ments, restaurants and rooming 'delegation in the State Legislature Immediately. this week-end.

the home, but they come to the roaches and waterbugs. 2 pounds lamb shoulder. houses, issued by the State Hote and the Governor said he Marshall J. J. Brannen and
Miss Elizabeth
themselve them to attempt to Sheriff Elmer Brannen Plummer Is tit
short course not for had asked Deputy
articles start mildewing 12 small onions Commission in May totalled $1
alone but for others who do not at. When several agree on the seven city commis- then began a clean up of ail dogsIn ing friends and relatives m Mat
2 carrots that the state
whole house probably 078,119 indicating
intenslv the ; He invited V. R. Reddish! has been remoi.
tend. They receive sioners he will appoint. town known to have been bit-
needs to be thoroughly dried ou t 2 cups meat stock Is preparing for a banner tourist
workers and, of the and all from the hospital and \a report<
training under college 4 Lauder representatives groupsto ten by the dog stray dogs.
and woodwork potatoes The Miami-Ft.
and aired. Floors season.
return to their homes to put this beans the confer with him Tuesday. The Twenty were killed in the round In much better condition
1 string district led
need wiping with a damp] cup dale-Palm Beach
training Into practical effect a.nd may charter became law without his up. The Rev. and Mrs c c Pall:
cloth containing a little kerosene 1 teaspoon Worcestershire saUce remainder of the state in construction -
to show the others the things they;) Have meat cut in one Inch permits with a total of $923 signature Monday night. of the Methodist Church art eC

have learned. Developments and GRAZING CROPS FOR cubes. Dredge with flour and 819. RISING Ing a religious booklet entltli,

the spread of Ideas disseminate* HOGS AUK STRESSED brown In hot lard. Season with) FORECASTS: RETRENCHMENT Mrs. II. II. Lewis CorrespondentMiss "The Gospel Messenger

at the short course over more thai BY EXTENSION MAN suit and pepper and place In casse Tallahassee-State ComptrollerJ. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McAIlir
this SHERIFFS b1EETPanama :
two decades have born out role. Also! place in the casserol The FlorldfSheriffs' M. Lee Saturday warned about :Marylee Lewis returned left Friday for New York f;

purpose. Gainesville,-Hogs on good grazIng whole small onions, sliced carrots, Association City will a 200 employes of his office to pre- home Sunday after spending two after spending two weeks' vi<

Higher education Is becomlni crops make cheaper and larger sliced potatoes and cooked green convention here open Tues pare themselves for salary cuts weeks with her sister, Miss Ruth tion with his mother Mrs 0.
ever more important in the scheme gains in weight than those beans. Add 4 tablespoons flour to three-day because the State "faces a crisis." Lewis of Jacksonville.Mr. Annis on her farm near he-
will devote
of things both rural and urban, which are kept in dry lots or on the fut In the pan where mea day. The organization to executive "There's no use to fool ourselves," I : and Mrs. Daniel Shaw and While here they visited reUtlit,
the first
and it Is Interesting to note that poor pasture, according to Walter was browned. Add 2 cups mea business sessions day with the annual he told his assembled workers. Mrs. Leona Shriver and children in Gainesville and Tampa

the short courses have Inspired J. Sheely animal husbandman stock and cook until thickened banquet to be held that night "You might Just as well begin! to I and Mrs. Wilma Adams and little Mrs. O. O. Annis and her tmf!

many rural boys and girls to re with the Florida Agricultural Extension Season with Worcestershire sauce will be welcomed make arrangements to accept a'' daughter, all of Jacksonville, visited ter Francis returned home S-

turn to college for the advanced< Service. Pour this over the meat and vege Wednesday Visiting guests and a fish fry at Long cut in salary." He said "the cut I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. urday from Atlanta where it-

training it offers. Green forage provides succulent tables and cook in a moderate Beach will conclude the day's actlvltlea. hasn't been etermlned, but It will I Bert Shaw Sunday. had been visiting Mrs Annis'h.

The club short course serves ti nutritious and laxative feed oven until meat and vegetables Delegates will inspect th< be on a percentage basis." He did I I Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of band.

J., teach and Inspire boys and girls for' hogs and also makea them take are done about forty minutes. mill and nearby points of; not set an effective date. "There's,:I
to become good farmers and farm paper to be retrenchment in pub
much needed exercise to get it. In interest. got \
women and last but by no meant) addition to these good points, LONG BRIDGE I lic expenditures; that is Inevitable.We FUNERAL DIRECTOR

least, good citizens. Its worth green forage also contains an element Mis Bonnie II. Turner, Cor. HIGH can't go on spending money My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rend!
whiteness has been proven time of growth that Is not foundIn UNIVERSITY of that we haven't got,'and we aren't I EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

and time again over the years. grain and some other concentrated Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheppard Gainesville,-The University American going to have as much money in MODERATE: PRICES
Florida ranks -
high among
foods, Mr. Sheely says and son, Edward of Ocoee have universities and colleges which the next two years as we've had I DeWITT C. JONES
IMPOKTANT MEETINGS: recently made their home with Mr in the past" Lee said.
lIe advises Florida farmers not have placed graduates with government I Starke, FloridaINSURE
FOR P.UUYMKN InLDI I to make the mistake of fulling to and Mrs. E. C. Priest of Long agencies. The office ol .

I produce enough grazing crops and Bridge. registrar was Informed that of NEW WAREHOUSE I

Gainesville Florida dairymen pasture for their hogs. Miss Betty Crosby spent the 396 Institutions the University of Lake City.-Lake City, with the WITH

will gather at the University 01 To prevent them from becoming week-end with her grandparents Florida is ifieth in point of num- new Farmers' Independent Ware

Florida on June 20 for the annual tough and woody grazing crops tfr. and Mrs Bob Halslop of bers of men who have been called house rushing towards completion JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT

meeting of their state association should be grazed closely, the Extension Water Oak. Into service as Junior profession will have slightly less than FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
to discuss pastures, '
and forage
worker points out. Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Dowling als. Officials here said the information four acres of floor space In Its

and other phases of dairying wltl Cattail millet Sudan grass, rape, and children Vivian and Elmo, of: was received from the tobacco market when the crop begins \ Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA
other and with College of;
sorghum, and cowpeas are maintenance Live Oak were visiting MrsRhoda President's committee on Civil to come into the warehouselate ,
Hamlin L.
Agriculture workers forage crops and when Dowling and Mr. and Mrs Service Improvement and the survey next month. Tobacco pros- '

Brown, Extension dairy specialist! supplemented with one to one and 1. J. Turner Sunday. covers the period since Jan- pects throughout this area were .

announced today. a half pounds! of corn per 100 Edward Sheppard of Long uary 1, 1935. estimated to have improved at :

Another Important June event pounds live-weight dally they will Bridge is spending a few days: least 40 per cent In the last two 1
for dairymen will be the annual enable hogs to make satisfactory with relatives in Fort White.J. IIOS1'on POSTOFFICKJasper : weeks due to frequent rains Interspersed The Most Economical Modern RefrigeratorNEW

meeting of the Florida Guernsey growth to the finishing age. At of and ,-Jasper will soon get s with excellent growing
C. Hampton
Cattle Club at Raiford on June 21 all times Mr. Sheely says! hogs Henry Croft of Ft. Scriven Ga..., combined new postoffice and weather. In its first season last

rherkaMALARIA should have access to a mineral were visiting Kenneth and Mist agricultural building $70,000 hay year the Lake City market sold PRICE

mixture containing bone meal, Bonnie B. Turner last Wednesday Ing been set aside In Washington 3,552,000 pounds and it Is estimated LOW

marble dust common suit red afternoon. for the purpose Senator Pepper that a volume of 6,000,000
fin T liar sad rrllunCOLDS oxide of Iron and copper. aul- said last week. Bids to supply a pounds will be sold here this year.
1.lqu'oI' 't'ablets phate. Rev. J. H. Killingsworth fllleila < site for the building will be opened .

NOB*alre Drop .rmptAraM. flrwt d.r In a well-rounded rotation of regular appointment at Pleasant at Jasper In the postmaster's WEIGHT: INCREASE MODEL
Try "Uiib-My.TNm" u Wonderful crops, the extension animal husbandman Valley this office on June 26, Postofflce Inspector Tallahassee,-Governor Cone refused -
LinimentBEASLEY points out an acre of Roan J. Turner Is very busy at M. R. :Morgan announcedhere Saturday to raise the weight w

good pasture is worth from 15 to this time making repairs at hi: Saturday. The government limits of trucks using Florida .

18 bushels or corn and from 300 to ealdcnce. Is asking bids preferably on corner
to pounds for
& GAY highways 24,000 I
00 pounds! of tankage in hog Many people of this section are lots of 120 feet by 170 feet, single vehicles and 40,000 poundsfor
The cost of producing beginning to gather their tobaccoat than
Service Station production.> Morgan said. Bids on other combinations. A 10 per cent SUPERfEX
this forage crop would be this time. corner lots, he added, should be overweight allowance would have

about the same as that of producing for lots 145 feet by 170 feet. Plans been made for a vehicle havingsix

Washing, Polishing, an acre of corn, but not many TREE PLANTNO DOUBLED for( the building probably will be pneumatic tires In contact with Oil Burning

acres of average corn in Florida Washington Farmers in 41 made up after the site Is acquired the road. "The State has more

Rsing-Standa.rd will bring as much as the pasture States and two territories have the post office Inspector said. The than $200,000,000 invested In Its

Oil ProductsOur would be worth for hog production nore than doubled their tree- Jasper postofflce is now In leased highways." the Governor said in REFRIGERATORHERE'S

planting activities since 1935, the quarters. vetoing a 1939 legislative act.
Farmers who use forage cropsIn forest Service reported. The trees "A very high gasoline tax is being -
Greasing Jobs are done hog production raise more and I
ire distributed by States at coal METHODISTS UNITED paid to build and maintain the
with the best grease moneycan healthier pigs per litter than those or> less In cooperation with the Tampa,-Florida Methodists are roads and bridges. The engineersof !;ICo '

buy.JACKSONVILLE'S. who raise their hogs in dry lots.A Agriculture Department. A totalf united today In one church. Officially the State Road Department ad-

very good fattening crop combination M.S 9,728 trees was distributedy : ratifying action of a national vise that many bridges on the
for hogs is corn Inter. State for of farm- conference at Kansas City
> agencies main highways are not able to
? :zBotuLa
7HE .< x planted with peanuts or velvet
ers under the program last year, members of three branches of the withstand the increased truck
beans and turning the hogs Into ompared with 41700.000 in 1937, denomination in this state Friday weights allowed under this bill.

he field eliminates the cost of 3 5.600.000 in 1936 and 26,150,197.'he pledged their support to the merg- The roads are now being destroyed
larvc-Bting and fattens the stock ed church. The action brought together afdrh
Federal Government
a tw"errJ rapidly by heavy trucks and if a new model at a price householder can
at the any
Y 1 ANDIIWS I same time. $74,283 last year under this program. Florida members of the we are to maintain our roads for havebw"

'R0.lI'T: ; I while the States spent Hethodlst Episcopal church or the all vehicular travel, the most of years thousands of farm homemakers *
1 \ KEQl'IKEH northern branch the Methodist enjoying the benefits of <
the refrigerator
$306910. The States spent an which l Is in passenger vehicles, : Superfex, wait
Toil CONTUOUJNO rEI'I'EK additional $363,133 on such outside Episcopal church South and the there must be some limit to the I Perfection Stove Company-with burners that do 24 hours' .

UKEVILS: WATSON ASSKKTS: projects as free distributionf Methodist Protestant Mlssonary weight of trucks as well as limitations -I in two hours and go out automatically. They are enthuiiw
trees for plantings by com- hurch.: The unification ceremony "
1 Awur Gainesville,--Growers of peppers lunlty forests, 4-H Clubs schools 'followed final Individual meeting upon their .speed. 'I about the refrigerator that "pays for itself with its saving

and eggplants In sections where and slmlliar organizations. DIsributlon of the northern and southern mootf
Half Price! Ivory plate "In- Now and
the weevil bas been found thousands more soon will be saving food, time
pepper ranches.
of tree planting last year At the same time, the formals" 100 for 91 (envelopes I marvel 1(
should take prompt action to icluded: Alabama 879,000; Flora Jnited church launched a cam- Included), usually 50 for $1.- with Superfex-thousand*who have known about this
tamp out this pest aa soon as they 3.200,400: Georgia 7.036.800. algn> against legalising racing, Bradford County Telegraph. I refrigerator but have hesitated because of the initial cost-
LEADING HOTEL ave harvested their crops J. R. ambling[ and liquor. Joining to W
now there's a new low-priced model that makes it easier
at Ibl*madm.In.prool fataon, State Experiment Station them from spreading or holding onto other protestant groups in an investigation TRAIN SCHEDULE I

cr 7 hotel I to *. ntomologlst, said here today. attack the next season's crop. of morals problems Following Is the schedule of i I I Come in and see this new model and the others-wide choi*
SUMMER *Mort "* '<>w w I "The most effective method of First found in Florida about five the Florida conference instructed. trains arriving here dally, subject of Pw d
COMFORT room 1 JackionvU with]*tub* .4 : reventlng the spread and recur- years ago the pepper weevil is believed Ita pastors to take a militant I to change without notice: styles and sizes. Ask for a copy of tlc! FREE Savings *"*

.haw** melt w.t.r. enc of the pepper weevil is to to have come from the land for prohibition and against Southbound Due Starke with which you can tell how much YOU can save with Sup

was and Ywwfem bll.
,ea..Ianw.pMe. 1wwloek.wol.roa.r.rreoor.roruua e.Mr and nodleyI all plants Including hot peppers damage to pepper crops this 'aul' B. Kem of Nashville, Tenn., No. 107 (through) _. 9:21: a. m. A. B. CLARKLake
In the affected area Immediately ason in sections of Charlotte termed racing "a blood sucking Northbound Due Starke

prism after the crop has been bar Illnborough, and Manatee coirnes. : arnacle to filch money from the No. 2 (local) _______ 6:15 a. m
COCKTAIL LOUNGE end vested, Mr Watson explained. While not widespread thus I pockets of the unsuspecting." He No. 108 (through) _._. 6:18: p. m. City, Florida

COFFEE SHOP This procedure, according to the fAr, It could soon become a serf rged the pastors to "get the Starke and Wannee Branch R. F. D.

oft,., .. entomologist, destroys the plants ous threat to the state's pepper facts and know whereof you speak. No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. I No. 4
oar.CMM.e.p J. h _n HotoJ aw.I DoSote.$ ....... and thereby cuts off the source of 4 4ood J crops If not controlled Mr '...at.,I hen let the people know whereon No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50 p. m. Gainesville Highway Tel. Ellis\"iIlt S.PAGE e

for the insect and prevents son> said. and your church stand." (Daily except Sundays) I


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i 500 BILLS I horn of Individualism and created tects the guaranteed -tffht of

: BECOME LAW bv enterprise. There Isn't a home I laborer and landlord. I:' ,f'man
TJut'CtST OTHER that Isn't maintained
made and capitalist tramp ,md tycjon-:

) : Tallahassee.. possible by earnings and savings that Is the couit'n tu,"' "It and
Cont> allowed ; from these
earning There Isn't a that is the function it hat tgaln
the State highway patrol PENS church building or a hospital, a vindicated.
bill to become law without his I I
I college or a school, that wasn't
uLIllnIuhlIu1llh1TIITllIIIIllhIr1jlITn1s! iii1iiiuuiiiiuiiiii ui __ _ _ _ signature made possible The differing approach" ,)f "ven
by saved
METHODIST PRESBYTERL'\N' EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN It levies an annual license of 50 KUtlVAL OK THEATUK The very security of the home and I majority, however in tills
JJ\P1'I\. E 1:.j ghttOO 'I Rev. Frank Pastor Robinson Rev Chas. H. Allen Rev. Fred Rector Terkes, Jr. Rev W Pamor T McOuIre cents against each automobile If there Is anybody who hasn't nation Is reliant upon earnings. and Black turned lust tc'ices the Roberts 14th

( Paetor SP% t. E. K. Perryman, Pastor. Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Supt driver to finance a patrol of 60 ever seen the film of "Snow "America hasn't 'Jest growed' as amendment, securing to citizens of
J fh"m.b den. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Saese Mrs Ira Wilson officers beginning next October 1. White and the Seven Dwarfs" we Topsy did in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.' the United States, certain
of Church ScUool Mrs. E. M. Davis Organist privileges -
::ciAr1 Church School Church School Supt. Mrs. James Carlisle Sunday ID o'clock School The patrol director will be appointed do ':ot know where he or she America was made. It was made and Immunities. Justices

,: 10 A. M. Roy Mathews' Services Worship Service by the Governor. The officers lives. by the force of men's muscles; by Stane and Reed returned directly
)lorn1nrr Srd Morning Worship Sunday SchooZ.Every 2rd Sunday will be under
11 "T'rainlnrr Service 11 A. M.Rvenlngr Church School 10 A. M. 11 o'clock a. m. civil service. That delightful fairytale made, the sweat of men's brows; by the to the "due process! clause of the

B'PUat. ; 00 P. M. Worship 10 A. M Sundays _. 11 A. M. 8:00: o'clock p. m. Sponsors of the patrol In the Into a motion picture by the artistry driving force of energy and ambition fifth amendment; Chief Justice
8:00 P. M Morning Worship
Service, : Prayer
s.enlnrr s. lce. Young Peot>l*'. 11 A. M. Fridays 8:00: P. :1[. WedtifRday Meeting Night recent Legislature estimated the of Walt Disney hAS been and faith; and last, but by no Hughes touched both. But the Interesting -

Uo !ee ne League Meetings Sigma Chi 7:00 p. m. Holy Days__10 A. M. 8:00: clock driver's license would produce shown all over the world.It means least, by the courage and point ia this:

,pra.dn :Ja', 8:00: 1'.111. Prayer 7:00: P.Meeting: M. _ _ about, $300,000 the first year They Is pleasing, therefore, to read the hope of earnings that made Justices Roberts and* Black not-

M p on tafllt* Canov.r Wednesday 8:00 P.M. MISSION IIALL ('IIl.tU'U OF tiini'roir said that much would be requiredto that In the fifteen months since It men willing to risk their hard ed that "natural persons, and
reo Director Mrs. F. K. Long GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored equip and operate the earned savings In productive
; en-
c Sunday Si-hool 10:00: patrol was first exhibited, Snow White they alone, are entitled to the
powell and Choir
H. Oiganlst Sponsors: by A, Nl. the first but terprises.
10 year It probably has taken In
$6,740.000 In
admissions and
Director Mr. and Mrs. Mr.' and Mr. privileges Immunities which
L chaiIfljcons Mis. E. K. Perryman, J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley Worship day nt 11 every:00. 'o'clock Sun would be sufficient to add paid by enthusiasts In every It will be a and day for this Section 1 of the 14th amendment

ffj. Klckliter Assistant Organlut Bible Study each Evangelistic Service Prayer :Meeting more men after the first year. quarter of the globe. great country of ours when these secures for citizens of the United

,.rd Chairmantee.. T. T.Choir Long Director, Assistant Tuesday evening 8:00: each day Friday evening and 8:00 Sun- Thursday' night 8:00 The patrol will have authorityto That is more money than saw truths are forgotten If ever the I States" And Justices) Stone and

I.G.powe.1 : _"VlnclcOB enforce--___ __ _Stats__n _Ht._.
PASTOR REPORTS weight limits of trucks. We don't know how much, of It In subjugated by the state. and! guaranteed by the due process

Presbyterian Church Criminal 'ode IMW went to Walt Disney himself, but private enterprise ruled by the clause i Is the liberty of natural not

JONES "PAID IN FULL" Services SundayThe House Bill No. 1 of the 1939 however large his personal profits bureaucrat and the politician we artificial, persons."
Legislature-the criminal code- he has earned them. will be Hearing the end of the finest
Yet there is a whole body of
On Here Sunday morning services at the Sunday became law also without Governor There must be something lie- civilization thin modern world decisions In favor of corporation
Comments services of Fred has ever known. And the ordinary
Cone's signature pressing to other motion -
along picture
First Methodist Church was cen- the Presbyterian Church In which successful appeal has
And Hereafter were con- with a bill increasing the State producers, whose films have never men and women--those who
tered around the annual observ- ducted by the pastor Rev. been made to one or another of
CharlesH. ad valorem tax earned work In our factories and
levy by about anywhere near as much, In our
ance of Layman's Day, with H. Allen. The those clauses)
_. subject for the $400,000 a year and another establishing the reflection that not a single stoics, and enjoy the fruits of ourepochal
quotation from V. Knight as the speaker of the morning la the Hague decision forerunner
is was a -
a "Sampson, who standard
"A student a public school code. actor or actress had to be hiredat of living-will
college from which he gradu- morning. The laymen of the Wist not the Lord had Departed They were included In about 500 a fabulous salary to make be the ones to suffer most.---In- of future decisions which will
church assisted in conducting this from "
speaker Him. Miss
a commencement Marjorie Stumpwas House and Senate bills which Gov- Snow White. It Is a picture made eiu.trlal News Review take the layman's position' that
V during the closing service.On In charge of the music for
recently ernor Cone passed over to Secretary up of pictures and nothing vise. the civil liberties of the constitution
liases at the Bob Jones College. next Sunday morning the morning worship and Miss Alice of State Robert A. Gray with- The Okaloosa News-Journal! I'KOTKCTNO OI'K Mlll-.HTV:
right. We the Rev. Frank Robinson Fernandez added much to are the liberties of men, but
was pastor, the wor- .
I The speaker out signature signing or vetoing.The .-- ------ The U. S. Supreme Court's deCision -
college by thee will conduct the service and will ship with special music not necessarily those of Inanimate
ge school or on the bills passed in the closing "IIOIII.1.; : IHJTY IOI.I.\US' against Mayor (II am the

of characters which the in- be assisted by members of the violin, days of the recently-adjourned In his recent nnnual address, Law) Hague, of Jersey. City comes and mechanical corporations ? If

produces. Our modern Choir and by Mrs. F. H. Long. Kathleen Wilder was the leader Paul B. Sommers us no and undoubtedly -,
IUUOn Legislature, Monday was the president of the great surprise MO, the Hague decision, vitally Important -
leges and universities must beigeci Mr. Robinson attended the Annual for the Sunday evening meetingof deadline for Governor Cone to National Board of Fire Underwriters meets with the overwhelming In its own right may be

by the men and women Conference In Tampa last the Sigma XI which began at sign or veto them. or allow themto made this telling statement approval of the people of this I more important still in Its impli

yare sending out Into the week at which time he was reap- 7:00: o'clock in the manse. The become law. : "With only 7 per cent of country. cations.---Jacksonville Journal.

rid. Are we succeeding educa- pointed to the Church for the young people In Sigma XI are The criminal code was draftedby the world's population the American Stripped of legal verbiage, the I ---.- --- -

naJly] In America?" a great ensuing year. The service on learning the facts contained In the u committee of Florida Bar people have created and now Issue here la simple: Mayor I'ATKNT.MADK: Jolts:

Any people are asking. Are we Sunday morning will be centered Old Testament In a surprising way. Association members, in co-opera- own more than half the world's hague said, no one can hold a The "Monopoly\ Committee" Investigation -

Icceeding morally? Are the around the thoughts and purposes Young People are cordially Invitedto tion with State attorneys, judges material wealth. Of the 30.000-\ public meeting In Jersey City unless of patents has turned

Initiates of our great colleges and for the new Conference year In the Sigma Xi. Tea and Hymn the Attorney General and othersto 000 families In our country, 14- my chief of police says so: the spotlight on the old questionof

liversltles better morally than the Church.At Program at 6:00: o'clock and to speed up procedure of trials 000,000 own their own homes; 22.- I am the law. But the Supreme the relation of machines to em

uneducated people who live the meeting of the Confer- the meeting at 7:00: o'clock.At and appears In criminal cases. It 000,000 own automobiles; 23,000- Court says, no. Local mayors, ployment.

[mountain cabins? ence, at which time the reports the Wednesday evening business passed after much debute In the own radios. One out of every, local ordinances may not nullify There are those who would have

Merely stimulating the intellect from all the pastors of the State meeting of the Sigma XI it Legislature three people has a savings account the general right of fiee speech the government refuse to grant

I not the main business of an were given, the report from the was announced definitely that two The ad valorem tux bill allows the total aggregating Home and free assembly.Few I patents on "labor-saving" devices

catlonal Institution. Instltuiis Church at Starke was among the delegates; from the society wouldbe Governor Cone to levy a maximumof 25: billions of dollars. One out of who are not lawyers will : They would do well to consider a

of learning are supposed told high brackets of those Churches sent to the Presbyterian Young 4 7-8 mills, an increase of 1 1-4 every six people has a telephone; find much merit in Justice Mc- I recent case study of the chain of

character, Most of the great making reports of all obligations People's Conference at Rockledge, mills over the present rate. He I one out of every five holds stockin Heynolds' curious contention that I events leading from the Inventionof

ututlons in America grew outa paid in full. This is the sixth con- Fla. June 19. The two delegateswho has authority to levy less, but he some American enterpritte. The "the essential rights of the muni- the glass bottle-making mach-

great revival. We need now secutive year that the Church here have been chosen to go are cannot exceed the maximum. A ownership of American Industry is cipality to control Its own parks ine.

[great revival In our educationalters has made such an "In full' report Jean Davis and Margie Mathews. mill produces about $324.000 an- so widespread, that of the 4,149.- and streets" Is paramount above In 1004, the United States Patent
and that this There is doubt to the wholesomeness 666 stockholders in the 110 lead. the general and vital right of the
to save our colleges It Is sincerely hoped year I no as i nually. Office Issued a patent to Mr.
be In which the people of the conference Izations. Ing industrial corporations of the people of the United States freely
[ivenfities from atheism, agno- may one experience M J. Owens for a glass bottle-
dam, and moral chaos. will continue their loyal supportand both socially and spiritually The maximum levy authorizedby country, 3,573.620, or 86 percentown to discuss their affairs making machine. The purpose of

Kit la hard to be hopeful about In which the Church may Increasingly to the delegates. the Legislature is 1 3-4 mills less than 100 shares each In thin cane, the Supreme Court tho new machine wn! to do the
By thus Investing their earnings, has again: vindicated Its position
the community.The for Confederate mill
of when serve pensions, one !glass blower's job better and at.
fuure our country these shareholders help to provide as the true and ultimate shield of
HAVEYOUREAD half for cat
railroad trains and evening Young People's ? for schools, one mill less cost.
rides the
e, meetings will be held In theChurch tle tick eradication, one half mill employment for 2,434,135: wage the rights of the people. In a
\\\t hundreds of young men and Prices for glass containers dedined. -
under written
earners! and have paid them Inwages republic governed a
at 7 o'clock for the State Board of Health 3-8
School rooms ,
"Grapes John
ung women going home during by In and constitution that Is the function New uses were found 1 for
service for I I mill for the State and 3-4
and the evening young Steinbeck. prison
holidays or at the end of the $4,000,000,000 In 1037. These savings of a Supreme Court. Disputes. as the products of the Industry. and
lar, smoking cigarettes and of- and old will be held at 8 o'clock.A This book is> now at the top of mill for the public school text employment In glass container
Invested in private enterpriseare to the meaning of any written instrument -
V cordial Invitation is extended to the reading list. The story cent- book fund. 64 thous.
manufacture from
times drinking liquor together. truly 'Double Duty Dollars.' must arise. To see that rose
everyone to attend any and all ers around itinerant labor in California !School Code Law In 1004 to 69
membersthe and
I The writer tells the "There isn't a job that wasn't they are settled In a way that pro- wage earners
faculty of, the Bob Jones services. Come and worship so .a bitter and emotional picture Education laws of the State are thousand In 1DOU. By 11)37) It was
that each may be mutually help- of the "Okies." You will beaura now grouped Into one general luw
siege, that If any student goes I lit excess of 79 thousand
[rough the institution and out ful to the other. to want to read this much in the school code, prepared by How Tall Will lour Child Be ? Whole new industries. and occupations -
The mid-week Prayer meetingwill discussed book representatives of the State Department -
o the world unconverted, that grew up around glass
conducted promptly at 8 of Education, counties
'teachers that teach that stu.t be "Captain Horatio Hornblower"by containers.! The outstanding cx-

| must be considered a failure, I o'clock Wednesday night. Everyone -, C S. Forester. and public school and civic organ- A T any age after six years it u possible to determine the adult heightof umple In the rise of the modern
attend this serv- I Other bills the Governor allowed -
never much information andfital I is invited to This! comes in three volumes. t\ your child, according to Dr Josephine I E: Kcnyon who providesa system of retail milk distribution.
to become law included:
stimulation the young per- ice. Christopher Morley says: "It lathe chart for the determination of height, in an article in the May issue i There are In the United States today -
Insulin uni- .
the of
of dlstilbution ,
I continued support best since the
', receives. II The romance storyof about 56 thousand milk plant
of Good Housekeeping Milg.lline. 'I he height of the child should beaccurnely
I of our community is earn- the mutineers of the Bounty." form seeds law the pure food and
|In my evangelistic work which people measured! and recorded at each birthday in order to deter. employee* and 16 thousand clericalemployees
the pastor so drug act, prescribing a 10yearlimitation
estly requested by In H world fed up with problems milk indus-
In the fresh
(taken me Into every state in that the Church may be a more thin is a refreshing novel. for delinquent tax certificates mine whether or not he has made the average growth expected at each try a total of more than 138
Union for-
and number of
a our held by individuals, put
effective means of making "Harlequin House" by Margery age thou anl, according to a survey
I lands I have met
many In whichto tax of seven cents a gallonon
ting a
[ung people reared in Christian community live. Come a better to place worship and Those of you Sharp who read Nutmeg gasoline substitutes used In I 1 made by Indiana UniversityWhen I
II of
I II milk ladeled out
mes who went to a college was
identify yourself with the organ- Tree will also want to read this operating motor vehicles on high I milk
customer's door
I university and came back withir cans lit the
ization that has as its highest pur- r.ovel. Miss\ Sharp tells this time ways regulating the basis

faith shattered and In some pose the welfare of people gener- I the antics of an odd trio, Mr. Partridge practices, re-levying the seventh t I dinttlbutIon, was from an the Inconsequential standpoint-
ea with their morals wrecked. Industry
taxes, regulatingthe
and of
I social cent gasoline
ally in their moral, i an ex-lending library manager I Glass
The provided.
( employment
most critical time in the
religious lives. You will alwaysbe Lisbet. a capable girl, and I photographic profession payIng '
of a young person Is the day at the First Methodist her irresponsible brother. Fred O Eberhardt salary and bottles, made possible by Mr. \

I"goes away to college. welcome Ronny Some of our newest books whichare expenses for work he did at Fort I I \',., Owen's Invention, developed under
I1 advise parents to carefully -. on the list of "What America Jefferson, appropriating $10,000for .,' %<';' LwA4 patent protection, created the jobs
Mlgate the educational Instl HAIJ. In the modern Industry
MISSION la Reading": "Grapes of Wrath" the State Library, Increasing rk "
Ion to which they plan to sendon Unsettled weather kept some of John Steinbeck: "Wlckford Point," salaries of the State market commissioner :> l&r Tl I The soft drink business has also i

or daughter. TAKE NO the regular attendance away from John Marquand, "All This and the State auditor and grown up around the gins bottle

A.NCES PLAY SAFE. IN- the service Tuesday. However Heaven Too," Rachel Field 1; "TreeOf the State motor vehicle commissioner ; and stimulated employment not
STIGATE.. TAKE NOTHING Bible study and Collegeof I" In that Industry but In the
there was a good Liberty." Elizabeth Page; and establishing a tIiIIi8 only

PR GRANTED. Ask questions the usual Scripture quotations.The "Rebecca," Daphne du Maurier; I Forestry at the University of manufacture of refrigerating
jut the type of teachers em- Scripture used was 1 Peter Horatio Hornblower." Florida.He ; equipment and the production and

fcved 2: 1-11. God has chosen out of the C."Captain S. Forester; "Here Lies," Dorothy I vetoed during the legislative f,. .4 \0 they believe and teach that world certain ones who become Barker: "The Patriot," Pearl session and soon afterwards, 151: : ,. I creaft'-d use of glass bottles has

Bible IS the Word of God, or His children by faith In Jesus Buck: "The Yearling" Marjorie\ bills. ,", 1" made jobs for silica miners to pro-

I they believe and teach that the Christ. They are Kings and "Harlequin House," ----.-- Li" vide the raw material
I Rawlings;
I1 Ie Just contains the Word of Priests unto God. They have been "Wine Of Good GRAHAM { I Thousands) of Jobs providing incomes .

r1'I Do they teach evolution as I of darkness into His Margery Sharp: _L-: .._.,_..'"_..... _.. _....__ ..___ ._ '_____n____.__ for American families' to-
called out Hope," David Rame; "Disputed 1\11'1I. I.. C. Smith, (.01"
I established fact? Do any of the marvelous light. Therefore It Passage," Llyod Douglas; "Three Johnny It Mensureil Annually to Record Hit Increase,. Heighl.Th I day would never have been created -

chers believe and teach that behooves them to be separated Harbours." .... Van Wyck Mason; Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal and If the patent system had pre
first chapters of Genesis are world. "I beseech youas vented the development of such
this Can- Manda Smith and
from "Seasoned Timber. Dorothy family, Mrs. median height of to be six-footers are usually BS
fgorical Instead of historical? and pilgrims to abstain present Inventions as the glass. bottle making
strangers of Years, Bess Miss were visiting -
1 of field; "Song daughter ) Ruby the average adult in the United inches high at the age of nine, 63
any which war future
the In
teachers the lusts
machine. Progress
fleshly "Land Is
from Streeter Aldrlch I I ; In St. Augustine Wednesday State Inches and the inches high at the of thirteenand 1
HGLBIRTH of It 6 feet, 74! age/
the plea I lit dependent
"What Is creation vitally
or say against the soul. Dlnns "Reacfilng/ J Frazier left Tuesday Job I
Archie ; Mrs.
terence,; does It make?" Do Blight, figures In this chart are based on 69 Inches at the age: of fifteen.If the continuance of the basic
anyRme at
Peter. For The Stars Nora Wain; "Daysof to attend summer school upon
( teachers deny the necessity Paul says. "Come ye out from Our Years." Pierre van Paas- Gainesville this median height. If your child U your ion U consistently twos principals of the patent system

NEW BIRTH? Ask ques- among them saith the Lord and "A Peculiar Treasure," Edna Those who attended the family two Inches taller at each birthday Inches shorter on each birthday' which will encourage the invention \
We son; than the the chart, ha is than the figure In the median chart mechanical -
figure of
; unclean thing. \ on and development new
touch not the Ferbert. "America In Mldpass- reunion at the home Mr. and Mrs.L olonl
I 'are of any educational *In- cannot hope to give full testimonyto ," Charles! and Mary R. Beard; C. Smith Sunday were Mr. and likely to reach an adult height of he will probably attain a stature devIces Dade City Banner

"tion' that does not like to the power of God unless! we are age"Alone" Richard E. Byrd; "Ben- Mrs. W. H Tlllman of Valdosta, 5 feet OVi inches Boys who grow 6iVi Inches when he Is grown.

*er questions or one that Is completely surrendered to Him. jamin Franklin," Carl van Roren; Ga., Mr. and Mrs. A. M. New- I:

least bit evasive in answering We are all being built into a "I'm A Stranger Here Myself" bern of Adel Ga., Mrs. J. A. Nor- BOYSApproximal ; GIRlS CIIAKMI.NO 01'KMT HOUSE

;"Wong.The Your state parents pay thee be- spiritual temple that we might of God become Ogden Nash; "Listen, The Wind," man of Moultiie. Ca., and Mr. and hrighli for a hnfdult Appr.d"elfse's fitr a girluhou targe Cool Iloonw, KxrelirntMraK : !
habitation "Consul Graham.
to you. Under of the What the Anne Morrow Lindberg; Mrs. C. 1. Frazier whua. height/ sellS b. S'7.5* mJull height' Hill b. lleuoniit Hair ,
our form through the Spirit. tation Room," Frederick Loomls Dinner was served under the large fZ.S"o I

1 srnment have doctrinal controver- world has to offer the Christian M. D.; "Importance of Living," oaks In the yard. All reported E._.... growth E.p...... vrowtbb Mr'*. \V. A, scott: 20B nU'.tnut
no place In state educa- Is destructive to his spiritual life: Yutnug./ We also received seven they enjoyed the day and hoped to HeIght' b'tw..n th.. R..hl. .*..*h.. t Nt r.e""he"1111', N C.)
institutions. and nullifies his testimony if he children's books ibis week. be together again In the near fu ".. 'In $lnrh. following ,.... Age In Inch. fallowing-,-.. I

Denominational the colleges belong accepts what it has to offer.TtllERNE Come In and see our splendid ture. :: 42.8--- 5. 6 2.! II 6 42.4 6 '.6 2'Z_ -
members of the denomlna- : of books. Your public Miss Alta Smith left Sunday for I : .
selection 6 7 2.1J6 41.7 6.7 L.2.1
45 -
These members have a at the Tabernaclelast from one o'clockto of several weeks with relatives ._ OUR MILK
The services Is open a visit : -ZD-
,t to know library 7 I47.1 j 7 8 2.0 IF"7 6.8 7 8 j
what Is going on In Friday and Sunday nights day except Sunday. at Adel and Moultrie\ Ga.J. -
six every 8--9 1.961.1h9lD
r 1. 8
institutions 8 4J.l: 8- 9
Parents can attended. The programs Graves left Saturday for
well A.
were -1.9- I .
were In charge of the local Much Fertilizer Sold I' a visit of several days with helatlves 9 I 1.9-1r--9 T "50.7 "10:112.1 9-10 I
ones of the %Wale and Tampa. / 1.sl i 52.6 -
For l MALARIft4uTer group. people Different are now taking part I Bradford county farmers used Mr at and Lake Mrs. George Rivers 11 fl54.7"1'11-12 1.7 11 54.8 11:12 2.4 lI
rOl' young of mixed fertilizers U-
pounds 12:13
to 182,800 2.2 12 67.1
1'0 years, thousands! In the music adding Interest I of fertilizer visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave ShawIn 12 56.4Jl2-l3 ,
111 thousands of people have and 142.600 pounds 13 68.6"f"13-14 2.4 13 69.4 13-14 1.7
)!? by their Purchases that they the lervlces. materials a total of 30$.4oo Lacrosse. Sunday 14:15 I
the 1.0l563.5tI15l6
at 2.4 14 61.1
be services Jennett Reynolds of Jacksonville 14 6i.1j14-15
will Miss
r < rWintelrsmith's the nest There all during the month Seldom Equalled
nJ. for both Friday and Sunday pounds Is spending the week with 2.0 15 621_ 1516 I
Malaria. _
Wintersmith's Tabernacle released this :
be Hood!' -or else it -wouldn'tI.0'4. nights. of April,the figures Department of Agri- I her cousin. Miss Mary Ellen Was- 1i3 65.5"r1s:17 1.2 16 62.6 1S:17 .2- I Never Surpassed I
week by 0-:
allover' the South and in Fertilizer manufacturers din. __17 66,7j17-18 .4 7_ 62.8 17-18 I
rO"ign! countries! If have Institutions with high culture showed. I Th2.8 1841 D---
"] you find Bate furnish the Departmentwith ------ 'isI67.2 j18:2r ::;i: is
i, gel bottle today, and standards. YOU "ABETTER Card !Sale' 100 for 89c! ,
the direction on the label. educational THEM. FOR A amounts of materials sold I Culling Adult Height .7.5" Adult Height, 6.S PETERSON'SDAIRY
low before !specisiproccse
FIND and the Never thU
''INTERSMITH'STONIC! DIPLOMA FRO f ANT INST per month In each county rwwrnM. enfra v In" (Compiled from Tk Coiulraetfon of Two Helht l Onrl. b, Slay Arm
SUBSTI- Department compiles the figures.Over Ma.D./ou'Rd./.IMA-'c. Sg.siaikst 4a.ockil.n, Ian, 1937) I ,
POOR to C'h'rom.- Burgess, l
TUTON IS A OF the entire state 42,397,800 : Many t,1 lee L
TUTE FOR THE LOSS were sold. I Bradford County Te papfl. M ((hec.'H U&sftAsIl 6U..... I,


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PAGE EIGHT -..- I I -.- ::: 111II\

'Bra'dforclCouny'Telegraph!: r TOO LATE I JnsIrurnilsledFOrReCOrdM9S1l0WMANY PROPERTY CHANGES IN PAST 30 DAYSIng AHEAD..

Established 1877Pohlished'Weekly GET
CLASSIFY -- -- Bradford ty deed filed April
Second Class of deeds J. W. Watterson. of I Thede and Ola Thede, his
Fridays and Entered as We print here the Hat deed to 40 R. R.
on I nr IU''' ELt> KATgrrrrorr Warranty Emma Pearce
Florida ... the office of the Clerkof County. I wife. of Lawtey to .
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida frtm A. filed the in Circuit Court during the acres filed May 10. and Stella Hill of Lawtey. Deed to 862 '

E..L. Matthews:. l__:__ __ __ =-:::__ __Edit.or'and Owner past 30 days (since April 15)). All Rhoden Matthew of Bradford Rhoden County to acres more or less filed wife May Jessie 2.
-_ ,_ ,_.. .'__ ._ I For a "sick old man" Governor deeds are to lands In Bradford of Bradford G. C. Livingston and ,
_. __ __ Hester L. Thomas Coun-
the Hlllsborough
--- of of
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Fred' seems to be doln' right well. County. Exact description 1 and 2 block 14 Livingston,
County. Lots of Starke to
te Advance meetin' property may be determined by Starke. ty, and J. M. Truby
Six Months 75c-Payable Since the legislative camp Temple's Addition to
$1.50 County.
Yearly, ; inspecting the county record bookson 10. Rose Cox of
of old tin filed May
closed. leavln a mesa deed
house and open 1 and 2. block 6, Livingston
file In the court B. Bennett, Lots
VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT AGAIN cans, empty bottles and other de- Inn Bennett and C. Company's subdivision
WilY WE'D to the public at all times. Bradford County,, Truby and
Vice-president Garner has let it be known definitely that trls scattered 'round Fred has Guy J. Harrell and wife lIe Mae her Mrs.husband Annie Lou Godwin Henry to* the Town of Starke. Deed
I to
as a six-headed cat Harrell to Mildred Harrell. all of filed May 1.Benjamin.
nomination next year,, been as bUllY John Godwin of Law-
Presidential and
the Godwin wife
candidate for deedto Hall and ,
he is a Warranty F.
bowl of milk. clean In' up Bradford County. block 1 original
with a 4
about and
the field.! At just tey. Lots 2 W. H. Hall and
matter who else decides to enter in 80 acres filed April 17. deed Thelma Hall and
no things Warranty
began to hear "third term" talk concerningthe the mess and putting Guy J. Harrel and wife Ila Mae Town of Starke. wife, Louise Hall of Bradford .
time we 11. (
the same order. Harrell, filed May Green of Starke.
Mrs. Beulah to R. A.
Harrell to
Roosevelt would be a candidateonce Godwin, widow, County,
President Lou
possibility that Accordln' to reports Fred has all of Bradford County. Warranty Annie and John Godwin, Deed to 20 acres filed May 2.

more. been on the job workln1 like a deed to 120 acres filed April Henry of Godwin Lawtey, to Ina Bennettof Tax Deed to Katie Bell Wlmber. -
I So far as the Telegraph is concerned, we can see no reas- beaver from early mornin' until 17. Bradford County. Land In ley of Starke for 40 acres filed
announced eleven months ago, to the mid-night or later and baa just Nellie G. May of East Lawtey. Warranty deed filed May 1. THE TOUGHER YOU C
on to alter our position, County, Ohio. to Quigley and St. John Investment and Realty,

effect that if Roosevelt decides to offer himself for a third about got writer's cramp vetoln'aU Davis of Starke. Warranty deedto May 11. widow, of Inc., of Jacksonville to L. J, Pre- THE MORE YOU'LL UKI
bills the big hearted Ethel M. Biggs a
and without a moment's the screwy lot 8. block 13 in Hampton filed vatt of Bradford County. Deed
him gladly wife
term, we will support legislators dumped In his lap. Starke to J. R. Hall and
April 18. filed May 6.
hesitation. A lot of folks who figured they W. I.. Wall and Murla E. Wall, Essie Hall, of Bradford 11. Mrs. Lou Tanksley Moore of

Vice-president Garner does not appeal to us as a Presidential had His Excellency behind the his wife of Starke to R. M. Shank Warranty deed Graham fifed May single, of Bradford County, to J. L. Harrellof

of his age-which some papc : eight-ball and backed up against and M. R. Shank of Jacksonville. W. H. Crawford of Bradford County. QuitClaimdeed
possibility, not because : the ropes are flndln' out that the Warranty deed to land in Brad- Starke, to Ethel to land In Lawtey filed May
against him--but rather because of old ain't nobody's "pushover", Bradford County. Warranty deed
c have brought up I boy ford filed April 20. 6.
conduct in carrying on an while the "peepul" are tickled and wife So- to 5 acres filed May 15. Larkin D.
unbecoming J.
to us his Charles Kapfer R. A. Weeks an dwlfe
\vhat seems widow Lester -
in Congress against the I I pink over the way be has gone at phie Kapfer of Bradford County, Mrs. Lester Kite, a Weeks of Brooker to Nola Murr- ;
of ,
campaign Alice Kite, '
undercover wife,
insidious the job of look In' after the public Godwin Kite / :
to John Godwin and Henry hee of Lawtey. S 1-2 of lot 19, D0>
esident and the Administration's most cherished policies. i welfare and out-smartln the ,martguyx. All lots 10 and Bradford County, and Johnnie 31 in '
of Lawtey. and W 12. lot
all lot 30 EASYTOB
I Lettie Amb-
smacks of I Amberson and wife : Kg
of the Vice-preaident Warranty deed Deed
This action on the part 13. East Lawtey. Alabama Woodlawn. 20 acres In all.
toward his party and A few guys who called him a filed April 26. erson of Birmingham. .
trusted position filed 6.Matanzas
treachery by one in a I all the heirs at law of James May
list "sick old man" are a darn sight Rose Cox and wife Daisy Cox: of being Investment Companyof

its leader. Therefore, we dismiss Mr. Garner from our "sicker" than he Is right now, but Bradford County to Edna B. Kite, deceased of Bradford Coun- St. Augustine to J. W. and W.

of Presidential possibilities and freely relegate him to the' they should have known better. Thomas of Bradford County. War- ty. to Joanna Crosby of Bradford.Lot H. Eddy of Bradford County.

state of Texas from whence he came. Fred gave 'em plenty of warnln' ranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3, 4 of 3, Block 17 Sampson 12.City. Warranty deed to 55 acres filed
treat\ that he and Warranty deed filed April
and he hasn't done a thing block 6, Livingston, Truby
No one yet knows definitely that Mr. Roosevelt is con- didn't say he would do all along. Company's subdivision to the Morgan Securities Company of May: 6.
L. Walt of Andrews and wife. Marjorie -
W. J.
sidering a third term but if he does announce, here are a Callln' his playmates Into the town of Starke, filed May 1. Starke.New Jersey Deed to to land In. Bradford Andrews, of Rlchland County -
he told 'em to trim their Carl Anders and wife, Eliza-
for him again:
few of the reasons why we'd vote flied April 15. South Carolina to W. Henry
budgets and watch their step andI beth Anders of Bradford County
rather National Farm Loan Association Andrews and wife, Myrtle And-
1. Because his is a doctrine of accomplishment, imagine they will come pretty to Ernest Earl Strickland of Leoca
of Gainesville to B. Y. rews of Starke. Deed to 11 acres
faire." close to doln' just that, especiallywith Bradford County. Warranty deed
than one of "laissez Saxon of Hampton. Deed to 100 filed May 6.
an election comln up. to 5 acres filed April 29.
2. Because in our opinion, he has done better with the As of all counties both Queen Eater Brown and Jim acres filed April 19. Lawtey State Bank, of Lawtey,
governor Board of Public Instruction to Mrs. H. M. Minter of Port
done The
in hand than any other living man could have LARGE and SMALL. Fred has Brown her husband and Sam
problems made financial adjustments with Micklns, husband of Isaabella Williams for the County of Bradford to .'Tampa. Deed to 20 acres filed
under the circumstances. Priest of Bradford May 9.
I the child Mrs. Myrtle
whole and being
welfare of the state as a
and social philosophy the Deed to 1 acre filed W. H. Edwards Jr., and his
economic County
definite of the late
3. Because he has a always In view. Special Interests and the heirs at law
the deceased of April 21. wife Eula M. Edwards of Bradford ..40 -21 4.75 -15 3.21.
in his efforts to champion howl and Issabella Williams
sincere and selfish can
and is absolutely groups G. W. Roberts and Jewlel Roberta \ County to Florida Board of ..50 -21 5.00- IS 5.5$.
to R. H. Green
gnash their pearly teeth to their Bradford County,
under oJ(. hearts' content but It won't get Jr., and Lucille E. Green. Warranty to Marcus F. Brown and Flor- Forestry of Tallahassee. War-

4. Because born in wealth, he had every opportunity to them a thing. for the people of the deed to 10 acres filed :May ence B. Brown of Starke.. Lots 8 ranty deed to 31.8 acres filed May $855 $932 11"

the II and 9, Block 2, Davis and Truby'saddition i iI 4.
become snob and an "economic royalist, but chose insteadto state are In full accord with 1. Lou Moore widow 1.25-17 '..0016 $25.
a to Starke. Deed filed Mrs. Tanksley
governor's policy and are for him W .L. Wall and Murla E. Wall I j I 1.10-17tI lii-
man's friend even at the expense of the 21.Mantanzas. and J. L. Harrell and wife
become the poor 100 percent. his wife, of Starke to B. C. Ows- April : '
classes. and trustees ley and H. D. May of Bradford Investment Companyof Lucy F. Harrell of Lawtey to ; .!i'' ..j;"' !1. .

monied Now if school boards deed filed May I St. Augustine, to Marcus F. Peter Florence of Bradford Coun- ; -., ,_ -, ...... .. ,
5. Because we know that a majority of the ones who will get their curly heads will to- 3.County. Warranty Brown and Florence B. Brown. ty. Deed to land filed May 11.

who to high gether and cooperate they husband and wife of Starke. War- W. H. Edwards and wife, Eula
knock him today will be the same ones cry find that while they may not haveas Virginia Hagan, widow; Mae L. NEVER K.v.rb.for.kn.
other man and husband H. D. May, of ranty deed to 15 acres filed April M. Edwards of Bradford County
Heaven four or five years from now against any much money as they WANTED, May and Bessie 21. to J". C. Dixon of Bradford Coun- you paid fo little for I So*

who might be elected. they'll have all they really NEED and, Bradford Andreu, widow County, of Lake County W. H. Smith and Eoline Weaver ty. Deed to 10 acres filed May year Tlr. so downright j oM
and our schools will stay open lot to wise tiw..r
That Means a
6. Because we consider the "no third term" traditionmere I function as usual. being heirs at law of T. M. Hagan. Smith of Bradford to Joe E. Starling 11.
Bradford Block Forsyth and Marlon For- : wh. bow Goady.vTires
of County. Levy
the deceased and H. D. May as admi-
tommyrot and balderdash (as did our good friends Now the road department is In world leaders, IrtIn
nistrator of estate of T. M. Hazen 34 of Crosby Lake Shores. Deed syth his wife, of Seattle Wash- as
to Calvin Coolidge to a position to begin a real pro- l.onnle' lIa'ellel Republicans, when they tried persuade deceased to Nellie. G. May, of filed April 24. ington and Forsyth

third time not so many years ago). gram of long range highway plan ; Bradford County remaining heir Charles J. Kapter and wife, Sophie single of Caatleton: Kansas heirs
a the
run ning, free to spend money of T. M. Hagan, deceased. Lot 8, Kapfer. of Bradford Countyto and all the heirs except the grantee NOW I Now look at Kit w

7. Because he is a man who has overcome physical handicaps where It Is really needed rather Block 13 in Hampton. Warranty Anne Lou Godwin a widow of herein, of John Forsyth deceased PATHFINDER. If erlflcil'

that would have turned many weaker specimens into than tossed away and unimportant in great gobs construction on- I'deed filed May 4. Lawtey. Deed to land In Bradford to Ina Bennett of Bradford Go ever it point by H

psychopathic cases for life; and because, in spite of, these unnecessary In sections already amply W. R. Glisson and wife Virginia filed April 26. County. Warranty deed filed deep, non-ikld blocli ft

full Glisson to J. C. Dixon all of Brad W. P. Dorough and his wife May 11.Mandy center-tractloi safety; Ink,
handicaps he is still more of a man than many others in t provided for.Intelligent. of Duval Ashford of
and ford County. Warranty deed to Zaldee W. Dorough a widow shoulder blocks; low itrtW

possession of all their physical capacities. construction Is 10 acres filed May 8. County, to Gertie Browning of Bradford County to Theodore Sipertwlst cord In I every ftflat ,.

place him among the maintenance of main arteries E. B. Hardln and his wife Ola I Bradford. Lots 16, 17 18 and 31 Morris of Starke. QuitClaimdeed wid. tread with ..ltlrldlig ;<.
will ultimately to the state
8. Because history far more Important Hordln of Bradford County, to in Woodlawn 40 acres. Warran- to 14 acres filed May 11. rlbs-a fint-ear Ural. .
great, and since so few great men are recognized until after aa a whole and will bring greater
benefits to all counties In making YES SIR! You qtt a W.1
death would like to see an exception to the rule for once. License to have a regular Countyor
travel to and through our state Cone Vetoes ExtensionOf DEER SEASON tonga, smart-looking tlrt it

9. And finally, we're for Roosevelt because we LIKE safer and more convenient for Murphy Law OPEN JULY 1ST may State be purchased Hunting License from any which of rock-bottom price for !Hi

him as a President. tourists and homefolks alike. (Continued from. Page One) the County Judges. rigged quality! And yos f

10. Because we LOVE him as a man. Floridians who have never livedor "Several local sportsmen have "After October 31st and until 0 "Lifetime Guarantee"owb

0-- visited in states burdened tax don't witha expected veto put an end to this. announced their Intention of hunt- June 30th of 1939 1940 and 1941 TODAY'S THE DAYI...'"!
sales or transaction Perhaps an inkling to> the future -
deer in Collier County when no hunting will be allowed in thl safe tomorro
AN IDEA) realize what they course of action contained I "
the special season opens July 1, area except by the agents of the
the Fourth of July all Bradford County will celebratethe having this burden thrust upon In Section ten of the Law where A. A. Durden. Bradford County Live Stock Sanitary Board." IN
>m and don't think they didn'ttry the penalty clause Is stated: "at A NEW HIGH
completion of its State Farmers Market which has been Conservation Officer, state yes The letter Is signed by I. N.
to put It over. expiration of such period then VALUE
terday. "I have received a letter LOW-COST
operating with such a high degree of success during the present Although, Florida Is not in bad the fee simple title to all lands. / he continued "which will be Kennedy the Commission.executive secretary of

vegetable shipping season. We expect big things of our shape and we've got plenty to be against which there remains outstanding of great benefit to these persons .

and believe that it will be one of the greatest thankful for, tncludin the fact tax certificates which on The letter will explain all about SPECIAL
market we Dies
with the the date this Act becomes a law Lloyd Ferryman
have a governor
that we
and attention
the special season special '
factors and will play one of the most important roles in the courage, commonsense and ability I (June 9. 1937)), are more than two 1* called to the paragraph Friends here of Lloyd Ferryman I ;- .,-- SPEED**

upbuilding of our county. to face facts fulfill promises and years old shall become absolutely about required licenses." 58, wlU regret to hear of his death BATTERIEAT

safeguard the Interests of those vested In the State of Florida and I i Thursday morning of last weekin .
this great. institu- The letter which is dated June *
that SAW
However, we must realize even who placed him In office. every right, title or Interest of his home at Hartford, AlabaJ J A
9 and is from the Commission of
tion will not be a panacea for all the problems that beset our I When Fred was a country banker every nature or kind whatsoever Game and Fresh Water Fish officein ma. Although he had been 111 for i Good r.li'tfl' i'

director of the of mine asked him for of former owner of said propertyor nearly :5 i years his death was unexpected for s.U save-te_....,,1
farmers. Even now Dr. Henry Stuckey, I a friend Tallahassee states: ..y. ...r.seId U
thousand dollars for any one claiming by throughor and came as a shock to .5;..,' .1
Station is placing a figurative stethoscope -I a loan of a "By local law passed during the '
Georgia Experiment Fred listenedto under him or anyone holdinglien I I his family and friends. SMALL CARS *
business expansion. FOR
recent session of the Legislature
to the chest of Southern agriculture and is giving his I his story then showed him how, thereon shall cease, terminateand certain In Collier Funeral Services were held from
a area County,
diagnosis of what is wrong with the patient, and also his I If he did some economlzln', watched be at an end and the State which will be placed under quar-I biB residence In Hartford Saturday
like hell, of Florida thereafter. through the GUARANTEEITIRE
for treatment. I his step and antine by the Live Stock Sanitary afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment

prescription he could get by with a loan of Trustees of Internal ImprovementFund Board, will be open to the hunting was in the Hartford Cemetery.The .

First, Dr. Stuckey says, is the problem of eroded and 250. So the fellow reluctanUy shall be authorized and em- of deer from July let to October deceased is survived by his

of cottonor took the two fifty followed the powered to sell the said lands to widow and two children a daughter -
worn-out soil, damaged by generations one-crop 31st during the years 1939 cr
the highest and best bidder for
In fine REPAII
banker's advice. and got by 1940. 1941. Mrs. Ivan Wiggins of Chattanooga I

corn production. shape. "You know, if I'd gotten cash at such time and after giving "This local law- provides that In Tenn.. and a son Lemar I

Second, is the need for diversified farm production to that thousand" he said "I'd have such notice and according to such order to hunt In thU area duringthe Perryman of Shannon Ga. Also 1 y.'N eme

spent most of It foolishly and rules and regulations as may be period. It will be surviving are two brothers E. K.
income. open necessary
provide adequate fixed and adopted from time to I
gone broke. to a $5.50 Ferryman of Starke and D. H.

Third is i the necessity for evolving home or community And to-day folks. Fred Is opera time Internal by the said Trustees Fund.of the License each purchase year. The Special Special Perryman of Atlanta Georgia, I

processing to permit the sale of finished agricultural products tin' the state on the same sane "After Improvement the expiration of two License can only be purchased and one sister. Mrs. L. A. Davis I ,/

1 material in the bulk. sound intelligent principles he shall become from Judge S. S. Jolley Everglades of Starke. ,e .
rather than raw years from date this Act accountant We
successful as a banker. Mr.: Perryman was an
found Collier
>> so County. It will also -
In this State
law court ,
In present day slang, we believe Dr. Stnckey "has I Klorlda is all right so quit wore either a Federal no or State shall have be necessary for those who huntin by profession and was a member 332rotru

something there"' when he touches upon the suggestion ol ryln and don't pay"any attentionto jurisdiction to entertain'any suit this area, even though theybe of the Methodist Church. He liXi OIlS w.
I Think ofv'hat.a is well here he
the "sob sisters. In possession of the Special remembered as
home or community processing. As an example he cited helluva fix we coulda been brought by the former owner of spent the winter In Starke In 1937- low MICK.TOO r'P"Tfli'
I said land claiming by,
the production of muscadine grapes. In If we'd had the WRONG gov or anyone 1938 with his brother-in-law and
through or under him for the purpose ally of big land owners must end
sister Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis.
"These grapes," he explained, "bring about $1 a bushel ernor. of questioning or In any way somewhere some time and there

if bushel -wtrald litigating or contesting the title is no better time than the present .'\O'l'll.H OP Appi.irvrioN KOHTt.X
the market. Yet they were pressed, a
on Farm Home Destroyed of the State of Florida or its when it Is vital that the taxes UEtUI'OTICE '

yield four gallons of juice which would be valued at $1 a gallon !I The home of R V. Alvarez, grantee to said land." owing to the State and its sub- That Ruby Montague IS HEREBY, holder OIVE of

or four times the income from the original product. farmer and county school bus In vetoing the bill to extend the divisions be paid, or the penaltiesof :!.5. 'Jfv.T .x Certificate No. m.: datdIh& !:J
. 4th.. day ot July A. D. haanhd
I clause Governor Conesaid the present law applied. 1027. .
-when It helpsto completely destroyedby
is profitable driver was
Home or community processing null certificate In my office .
fire of undetermined origin : "The State of Florida has State departments Including the and i maile application for tax deedto .

bring the farm product a step nearer the final consumer.1Perhaps Thursday night of last week. Mr. lost millions of dollars by reasonof Land Division, had no Immediate I with b. l..ue.
we shall live to see the day when a farmer, Alvarez was In Jacksonville and the Murphy Act and there Is Information on how much property I brace* ll.wWal In" docrlbed property GOODY tAR DA1A, ,I
! at a son's no valid reason why this Act would revert to the State but estimates eltuated '" Bradford< County THE
I dissatisfied with the price offered him for his tomatoes., win hla wife was visiting Into Florida I to-wlt: Lot Eight and
I horn at the time of the unfortunate should be extended. ran "thousands of Nine of IIlo..k tll I.lvlnIfBton. Truby
keep them at home press his own juice, and place it on the occurrance around 9:30: o'- He continued that the new bill tracts and lots. Co',. AdditIon to Htarke In w MotorROAD C.i

market. Similiar processing can easily be imagined for almost\clock. The destroyed home was' "seeks to extend the Murphy Act The Internal Improvement Fund of Rang NE'4 22 See.Ea.to 28 Town.hlp II South Register

about three miles for two more years, which is un- officers and trustees are the Governor The ame...ment of mid property
neat bungalow
other crop produced on the farm. u who and his cabinet, and Under the "W certificate T luued SERVICE
any west of town on Road 28. It Istated fair to those of our people are the wae In the name of Unknown.

No one can deny that when this day arrives our farmers that the fire apparently have regularly paid their taxes. ones to decide the manner in I'nI.e.. eald .tlflrat. .hall b.

the "Individuals, firms and corporations which the State's possible new red..em.d acCordlnc to law tax
middle of
will have reached new heights of independence and perhaps started about the deed will eeoc ther.on on the IIh-. 10J
house where Mrs. Alvarez had who desired to take advantage holdings will be sold, which will day of July A. D. 1939.J9 Telephone

prosperity. The possibilities of home or community been burning trash earlier In the of this act had ample time In probably be the same manner In tftted this 'tth.. day of June A.. D.

processing certainly deserve and will likely receive serious,day. Only a comparatively small the past two years to do so. which other State-owned lands are IOFFICIAL SEAL) A. .7. Thomas ITARKE rLOB

I I amount of Insurance was carried. "Tax delinquencies and especl- soli Clerk of Clrcu" Court Brad forJ I
tudy in the future. County, FlorIda ,_, it 1-t



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