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 23, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Two years ago Harold C. Wall. .

popular Starke Insurance man.

smiled broadly as this picture was Established 1811 Of ; we should quietly hear both .ida. ,.- Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner.

t taken by the Telegraph Reason:

He had just been Cone-appointed VOLUME SLT1"-oNE
Director of the Unemployment -

Compensation Division of the

State Industrial Commission at a

F. 41dy salary In keeping with length of Tobacco Might This IsWhat Refund CompleteWhat

the title-$5,000: a year.

Last week Harold smiled again

Reason: He had been promotedby TheyThought

the the entire Governor Industrial to head Commission.man of Bring $100,000 Sum Saved

Salary $6,000. I I _

That Harold Wall a Lieutenantin One Third of Bradford Demonstrations II About Our New Front Page I Commissioners- WindUp

the National Guard, a Colonel Crop Already MondayTobacco

on the Governor's Staff, a Demo- I Long-Pending

A ocrat, and 39 years of age had Cured Out Interested In After the radical TransactionSaving
growers make-up and of
I definitely made good in Talla- With Bradford County's biggest setting the best price for their leaf graph last week heading we I -

hassee was an established fact tobacco crop more than a third this season (and who isn't' ) will the street and rather the people of Bradford

.4 and his many friends_here rejoiced cured out growers, and those in- attend one of three grading demonstrations asked about twenty of I million County dollars more than a third of..
--" --- In the good :fortune that seemed to terested in the prosperity of to be given at different scribers "How do or approximately
growers you
dog his footsteps. this week points In the county Monday.The "What do $350,000, the Board of County
H. C. WALL pondered: the season's you think ) Commissioners In
a special meet-
Bradford County, Mr. Wall has Been full time admlnl- outlook. schedule as announced from Idea?" ing at the
of Division since the Job insuranceoOk The rapid rise of bright leaf the office of County Agent T. K. Answers were both courthouse Monday
fve of the Unemployment completed the transactions con-
bead McClane, Jr.:
in June, 1937 Under his administration, more than production In this county Is told and disappointing cerned In the refunding of Brad-
I effect briefly in the 9:30: a. m. at Ralph Alvarez's from three
following words
contributions In of summary: to ford's .
have been registered and excess $783,000 worth of outstanding
V employees Year Average farm near Brooker and here
they are-both
collected for the State's "jobless" fund. Payments Receipts bonded Indebtedness, and;
o I have been 1936 130 1:30: at J. T. Klrkland'a bats and the bouquetsWe
$28,000 p m. sold or
exchanged them all at
In and
Florida workers began January more par
ligible unemployed 1937 200 $40,000 farm in Water Oak could get around or face, value,
11630 000 has been disbursed to date. 1938 345 $60.000 3:30: m. at James Roster'sfarm a very few of our
p. After
over a of
Denies That He Resigned 1939 750 T ? T In Rosiervllle. the opinion of every one year hagglingand
repercussions came from the general direction of Wendell Although based on and will be appreciated bargaining with bond buyers
Minor average Mr. McClane told : and financial the
Director who fell victim to that quaint Tallahassee prices prevailing during the last growers: ed. Won't you drop agencies patient
on, deposed "Many of you are already familiar commissioners were able finallyto
resignations." This strange manifestation of three years Bradford's card and tell us what
yield should
"undated I
III of with tobacco grading but I am refund the entire bonded Indebtedness
to have been the brain-child of Governor Dave Sholtz bring a tidy $100,000, there are the Telegraph's new '
said At
id, sure the men from Washingtonwho I an average of less
to tender the Governor an undated resignatione many elements that might enter Joe Wilson told us
reran appointee will conduct these demonstrations than four and one-half percent Interest -
time he takes office, so that the latter may rid himself at anyof in to upset the applecart --or will be able to show us like It. per year, while the old refunding

those no longer wanted, without benefit of bearing-quickly, rather, the tobacco sled. how to do It better. They have Fred Dodd of bonds, which this new issue -

no muss, no fuss In the first place quota were Just come from a conference with complimented, "Your supplants were all at the high
essly; voted down by growers early this buyers and know how to page Is fine." rate of six percent
ist Saturday, tireless Governor Cone, undaunted by his volley exactly per year.
announced acceptance of Heaton's "resignation" and the fall resulting in unrestricted grade tobacco In order to get the Miss Frances Peek Another Important advantage

jttoes mtment, of Wall to the high post. The ousted Director hastened plantings in all tobacco growing best price." smile.J it's very. nice," and gained for the county Is the maturity
lie office of Secretary of State Gray examined the "resignation"aid topheavy-as Consequently witness, acreage Bradford'sincrease ta B. Carlisle wa !n't date decrease from 1966 to

: "The signature on the resignation Is not my signature but of more than 100 '"I think the former 1960. Thli mean that the last
percent. bond under
}is impossible to work in harmony and do a good job with this In the second place, quality In CLAY CO-OP I much nicer" he said. be called Monday's In and paid agreementwill In 1960

[nistratlon i I will be much happier out of the office" general is poorer this year than I one looks like some of 21 years from now, Instead of

overnor Cone declined to bicker; simply stated that he had ac- last. Heavy rains, light hall, and ALLOTTEDMOREJIPS ical dodgers you're 1900 under the old bond issue

d the resignation and that was that. cool nights (which roughen the :, ting through the mall" This saves the county 5 years of
Jacksonville Man Named smooth texture of the leaf) have Mrs. J. W. Morgan Interest payments

''urlously enough, Wall's successor came neither from Columbia all got in their dirty work. Con- I minor brick-bat. "The The commissioners exchanged

redford Counties (two areas upon whose talents Governor Cone sequently top quality and top i. ing Is not quite as $281,000 In bonds at four and one-
prices will be to the other and the ,
drawn heavily to fill his Tallahassee vacancies). He Is Fred something write half percent for $281,000 of the

lihaw of Jacksonville who figured In a Washington-Cone con- open home late about In July.on when. warehouses Will Serve IJ.tl New pietty.W. H. Hart gave us i old six percent bonds Monday and
>mv, several months ago when the Governor attempted to name Members In Four reply when he said "I : sold $308,000 worth at four per
the other hand yield will be cent and $194.000( worth four
{director of the State-Federal employment Service, and Wash- i cause It'll different. :!
light-averaging 700 pounds per Counties and one-half 'percent The
refused to give Its blessing. page Is like an advertl
n i acre. This factor might tend to realized from sale of the two lat
Meets With Favor Also minimize the "bearish" The Rural i the same make-up is ter
Electrification Admin groups; Bumming $502,000,
nother Bradford Countaln to receive a "lucky break" in Talla- I that over-production would other- istration in Washington announceded I week it loses its will be used to call In all the rest ,

recently was State Auditor W M. (Bill) Wainwright, also wise have. allure A change of the old six percent< bonds which
this week the allocation of look at it." (That word
[appointed. His responsible position was one of the few uponh It's all still a matter of conjec- cease to bear Interest July 1,
$38,000 for additional really "got" us.)
| the 19311 Legislature smiled to the extent.of a salary raise ture, but the Bradford County equipment R, J. Davis claimed "[ The first of the neW refund

i $4,000 to 0000. 'I tobacco grower isn't worrying. for the generating plant of the old heading much bonds ($2 ,OOQ worth) will mature

The bill, introduced, the[ Upper House by SenatoivCharley E ] He's too busy right ,now,, thank Clay County Electric.,Cooperative It's because I'm no used I : July 1, 1940, and various amounts

j, und In the LtS.rer ltrn'.Je'by'( > Representative George rHo Inman, Association, Incorporated, in Key-!| It." We went back will mature .Rcri, year thereafter

steered through to final passage by these enterprising legislators. stone Heights. The plant received t but he wouldn't change until limo. when the last $22,000

The Telegraph takes this means to congratulate Mr. Wall Mr. you.YOUNG'DMOS. a short time ago $42,000 for Im I Mrs. L. A. Rennoldn of Indebtedness will be paid off,,

Wright and other Bradfordltes In Tallahassee upon their cole provements. The Clay Association mented: "I think It's Purchasers of the bonds wl'reClyle
was also alloted/ $414,000 to
L. Pierre of
good peclally like the Corporation
build 399 miles more of tranxmlsBlon :' JackKonville and Lee Wheeler
PUT DRIVE line to sprve 1,351:: new members and of Orlando.
fortune.Editorial (customers) in Bradford
1,500 I Most of this bonded Indebtedness .
Clay Alachua und Putnam Coun I
OVER THE TOP ties. was Inclined from 1922 and
| 1926 for building county roads.Bradford' .
The total allotments received OF total outstun ding i
Within the past week Bradford County has twice demonstratedact I amounted to $452,000. | 8)I 8)I bonded debt U now $783,000 and

[ /'already generally recognized. ) that It can be depended uponme Seventy-five New Members The only other Florida Rural|TO BE will bo decreased yearly at a savings -

through In the clinches. 'SiglledJuring Electrification project to I> In Interest to the citizens of j jan

The first Instance came with the success/ in raising the local Local Campaign funds was the Suwannee Valley!! amount averaging between

of seventy-five new members for the Young Democratic Club Electric Cooperative Association I' $13.000 and $14.000 per year

estate-wide membership drive sponsored by that organization.The The Bradford Inc., In Lafayette County The Everything In The Board during the meeting

second instance came when those soliciting funds for the I Democratic Club reached County Its Young funds, $127,000, are to be used to I For attended to several other mattcri.
of Market met with such goalof build 151 miles of additional lines I They agreed to contribute $129 to
July celebration at the Farmers' Celebration
75 membership duringthe
a strong
to serve 452:: new consumers.The the Fourth of July Celebration In
|ehearted response, both morally and financially when they made drive last week, according toN I
total allotment announced! (Continued on page eight)
ounds to raise money this week. u.. wainwrigni, Jr., president I Nat Sternbertc, -
the Rural 1 Electrification Amln- l,
These two Instances are stressed only because they are the most of the local club. The club im Its[by man of the Fourth of .
ration amounted to
L It is the same with every other project undertaken here drive for the quota of member $2,271,500 I bratlon to be held at the
for 21 projects In 14 states. Thin
ft the course of a year. ships sponsored a dance Friday I I Market here announced 'Scabbing'Isn't
brings allotments made by REA
|Red Cross Roll Calls Birthday Balks Christmas Seal Sales Child- night of last week In the American since It was established In 1935 to I the tenatlve schedule of
Building on West Call for the Thin
Hume Legion i day.
drives Bradford County takes them all In stride and has $225,559,830, of which $135,710420 ,-I '
and also members
Street person- being given honoring
ished the reputation of putting them over the top with a bang represents operations duringthe I
V ally solicited new memberships Bradford, County and All Fun
e are proud to live in a community that radiates such an air of current fiscal year I
lies, and is sponsored by
indabllity! The Bradford Club had set as .. ,. .
-- -
Its goal and quota 75 members as chants and business' men
Hilly Powell recently returnedto
to show their
Its part In the 13,000 new mem- JU1YINDICTS
ber which was carriedout GRAND rural populance for his. home here after spending
two month aboard the Steam-
Fewer Words In all of the 67 counties of and pH tronage, i I
ship Benjamin HrewBter, a Stand-
the state last week. ..Activities I will get u i ard Oil Tanker, operating between
of the state-wide 111 clock with me .. ''
"The objective an.i
Savannah Georgia' Galveston -
ON GIRLS said Mr I j tents, which are bicycle
membership program. I' Texas, as an able bodied sea
Dt. M. B. Herlo g'a.. administered at the birth of seven Brad- Wainwright, "Is to enlist every CARL ANDREWSWill I boys, bicycle races for ., man.

babies already this month. Of the total seven, six were girls. young man and young woman in legged races, sack Several Starke young men; Edward -

s as If there'll be some keen competition for husbands eighteen the county between the ages of -- greased pole climbing Raymond. Sum Simpson, I

eoty years from now. 18 and 40 In the ranks of Young He Arraigned ners will receive a cash Rhemmer Phillip and Julian
At two o'clock the
Democrats, and, through the medi- Peek obtained positions on ship,
HERO WINS 13,000 new mem- Monday In committee will have
SOMETIIING OR OTHER um of adding two months ago due to a strike
We have authority of the Gainesville Dally Sun that Nat Stern- bers in Florida, assist, In the effort OcalaA serving 1,500 pounds of' i! of union men In thin region sad

Prominent Starke merchant, won the "Blind Bogey tourney" at to secure the 1941 National prepared, delicious all are still on hip duty except '

>0I lf course there recently. Not having the slightest Idea what a Convention of Young Democratic Marlon County grand jury and all the trimmings ; ( Billy and Julian, the latter now

1 bogey- is, we can't comment, but It must be very creditable Clubs of America for Florida dur- Tuesday returned an Indictment and with lemonade a barbecue- and filling clerical position In Jack

hat t was prominently mentioned In the Sun. ing the Meeting in Pitts burg in charging first degree murder free. The five steers lion vII Ie. Raymond, Simpson afiJf
August." against Carl Andrews of Lake 1 Phillips are at present somewhere
FOR SOME: REAL PERSPIRING He continued: "I wish to thank Butler held for the shooting of [, been placed in cold In the West Indies, having Just returned -
I It won't comfort you at all to know that all the sweating done all of those who in any way contributed Paul Raulerson on State Road 19 !i[i long Strickland"tendering"of GalneHVllle, from European: crossing.

:'* Past few days is Just preliminary stuff. Summer didn't of- to the wonderful" success west of Ocala the night of May I'famous' barbecuer in "' Recounting his experiences,
arrive of our local drive. Powell said the first night out
::. until 2:40: a. m. Thursday morning 21.On i.uperlntend the cooking;,
--- Friday of last week Andrews' he was made an "able bodied l seaman -

'1 STORY OF THE WKKK: AIR SHOW wall arraigned before Justice of i'I'cuing fire period.for the Feasting- ," which usually taken three

Lightning' truck so 'close to a negro boy at Brooker the other WEEKENDThe the Peace Don McLeod In Ocala J ted to last until around years due to short handedness:!

the shock burst open a watermelon carried In his arms. The THIS and entered a plea of not guilty.State's j clock. aboard, and filled every duty fromsteering
Is told J. W. Hunter to deck scrubbing
this which Mrs. L Attorney
week in the Brooker correspondence Brothers and
Thompson At 3.30; o'clock "
he said.
"Nearly port
i every
rker with Circuit Judge
Vet writes in a very entertaining manner. She didn't mention, their air show will be at the local Frederick arranged R. Hocker for a second I(rent Florida men will be I I|"w had trouble with the union
whether the or only and Sunday. A
darkey turned white permanently airport Saturday of Andrews on Mon- I to make short : men. Several of our crew were
rarity special feature of the program day, Jane 26. The prosecutor'i them William L Wilson I(I I beat up and some Just disappeared -

Sunday will be a 3.000 foot de- said he would ask for an Immediate of State Markets: ,I ." Billy himself had a very
layed Jump by El Paso withouta tria! II Commissioner of ; narrow escape from angry men In

Doming Events parachute. -- .. -- --_ M. Rhodes, State a cafe one night, the details and
The Saturday show will Include Painting Itradford House| mlnsioner; and R. A. location of which he would not
and streamer
balloon bursting i Congressional reveal for publication. He added
'= cutting and the Sunday show will The Bradford House, operatedby I')I this district. Governor that he has had enough of the !
29- Rotary Club fish fry at KIngsley Lake. Tip to wives: It'sa offer several other good features. Mrs Bertha Pearce on South I has been Invited to I sea

Rotary-Ann affair, so don't let him try to leave you The brothers are licensed pilots I Cherry Street 1* twin ('repaintedthis The period between 4: "The strike ended Tuesday," h.
at home. and the planes are government week. When completed !(o'clock has so far I laid, Hand those who worked dur-
E 30( .. cabin and I will be Ivory with green trim. The
Special edition of the Telegraph dedicated to the agrlcul- licensed and are both inlt* planned Mr ing the strike can keep their Jobs
tural Industry of Bradford County. sport models. Rides are fifty I building Is owned by Charles ,.(I'"We'll probably let now just as though they w ,r.
;y and the work Is being
Gigantic' celebration and free barbecue at State Farmers cents each to fly and everyone is welcomed I done Woodbridge by R. C Buford. (Continued on Pug I union men. I think I: stay home.:'

Market. for farmers.
Sponsored by business men


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-, ------ t 1 I htr.'ln against!: you on or before I tlon of
-----. -. -.- .- r- 1I I SEE THE BIRDIE? MIiduy' the ard day of July A. D. the 3th Tar.1,. t,
i 1939.! riled
BOY ...... 11 In furthei* ordered that this mad,. ,1111'j| If
Kenneth Freidmanpo&r&Ars I I .-.- '" ,. order !>f' published In the Bradford be 1 ifc ui t ,I", ,
I FLORIDA HIGHLIGHTS By ,1I' ,/ County Telegraph & newspaper embrar.. ., t"t,,
SCOUT published In said County of Bradford ProiKjru ,u? ,II",' < a.
I i l;,.,. e nefiitlve, once weeks.each week for four con- /State. of Pi", ,?'?, : I4
EH .
N of KW i
NEWS : :t'i1 WITNESS:<< my and and official or SWI"I', I. "
.... 1": neal thin let day of June A. D. HWV4 ofSEV; \lb W'1)l): Win\

; : 1939. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. and NKV4 uf\1\\ "J IH.oI'
-- (OFFICIAL 12, I '
-- Township
Circuit Court. &-2 4t e-Z3
9ti (r 17 MERIT BADGES Clerk lesEast' conul"i" :tlf 11i k "I.
well attended meeting mark- I TAX I.EI> erty under the ')f lh, i
ed the regular weekly assembly' <*>..!.> lllll No. 163) sued ,was 'In th SinVS'BUsNESS pi' ''
of NOTICE IS:: HEREBY GIVEN Unless 'aid I,
of Troop 70 Boy Scouts That Politer Shi Smith holder of redeemed ae., .. -rlltlpkL I
America last Friday night. The Tax Certificate No. 179 Issued the property described rding? to b
absence of the 2nd. day of September A D. 1935.h. old to the hl hei, th.11',
meeting. In the ..... filed .name In my office and has court house dour hldder
Scoutmaster was under the direction -, made application for a tax deed to day In the month In II" IIh'
Patrol Leader Enos be l Issued thereon. which Is the 3rd da Jr J '
of Senior )
Said certificate embraces the following Dated this hI Sul
Hayes. Projects In the study of dosrrlbed property In the (OFI-'ICIAI. REAL day) .1

trees and their products were discussed County of Bradford, State of FlorIda Clerk Count of, Florid Circuit ''Curt of'
to-wltt ;"
during the patrol meetingsand All 8EV of SE% E of Ry Section 1.1
advancement was made in the 20 Township 7 South( Range :21
East Containing; 20 Acres more or
accumulation of materials that .

will constitute the exhibits that I letn.The assessment of the said prop-
within I erty under the eald certificate IBSU-
each patrol will complete ed was In the name of It. S.: Bur-:
the next few weeks. I rency. DIRECTOR
Bald certificate shall be
activities consumed a.. Unless
Camp redeemed according to law the
goodly portion of the time of the property described therein will beHold
being made : to the highest bidder at the
FPOM i \ meeting with plans court house door on the first Mon-
r \ for as many of the boys of the :I day In the month of July 1939,
to attend the which Is the 3rd. day of July 1939. The
possible ?
Troop as Hilled this 24th. day of May, 1939.OFfo'ICIAL tithat
+ W Boy Scout Camp In connection : Although robins are tne bane of I I ( SEAL) A J. Thomas, Nl i
QrtgNrAA/ 'with other Scouts from the North I i Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Straw- County Florida. 5-28 Bt '-
Bradford County
FROM Florida Area to be held during many a I

/81/ the week of July 9-12 at the Boy berry grower's existence birds are IV CIHCflT COI'HT. IV: ANn FOR ,. everybkn6
:, ,- Scout Camp Echocketee. sometimes called friends of the NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
s plans are for Troop 70 to be rep- rural residents CARLTON J. DAVISPlaintiff !:
:'f farmer and many
,f" ..' ..,. '," resented as nearly 100 percent as
; entire them with picturesque -va- rr
TWO possible during this week and all such StAHAH' DAVIS r 5
UNIQUE homes carved from gourds as
Scouts from this DefendantIN
P/CTURES OFtuRSHNGTON p'r participating 1 the ones shown here In a picture THE NAME OF THE STATE OF .
COUNT/ES together. ,
be housed tmmfmtatCOCACOLA
troop OREET1NQ
taken at the farm of R. F. Clark
AND Z'JEFFE2SON Tuesday night the Troop Com- a short distance east of town. I TO unknown.: Sarah Davis whose residenceIs BOT.
held the monthly
fgDE r Court mittee met of Review.and At this time If the reader will look close, You the are bill hereby of complaint required filed to appearto herein WE ART"PRESCRIPTION

) who have just to the right of the crossbaron against you on or before Monday
month boys
WITH t/.si sr/rps each
8, 1939.It .
Pock couNrr this he will July
for advance- the pole In picture
z prepared themselves In further ordered that this EXPERTS
ARE THe ;1 MINES tlND SHIP ment and for merit badge recognition see a martin caught by the cam- order be published In the Bradford ,
000 000 rows 1pAgRsOF of from County Telegraph a newspaper
in the act flying
Ce&AT/ON OF present themselves before eraman published In Bradford County Florida CARPENTER
P.18'4 PNOSPNAT1Fr f fy for examination. The its box-like home. The bird was once each week for fourcon-
,.un( wEO2GE .. ueOS PER YEA4"' MORE ;NAN"KSS'MMEE the Court carrying a fragment of shell In Mec-utlve weeks 'I The Recall Stort
: following being present prepared WltnetiH( my hand and official seal
ONE.NAI' o1)la Of SJF102DA were advanced: Star Scout its beak evidently "cleaning thin 8th day of June 1039.
ENrE ( house" after the birth of some (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas PLUMBINGPrompt
to the
Enos Hayes advanced Clerk of Circuit Court. &-9 4t 6-30
of Life Scout; Star Scout Leonard young ones. Service at

Smith to the rank of Life Scout. The study of wild birds Is a :SOTICH; 0..' APPLICATION: Reasonable Prig

BOATDRAIN BETHEL UROOKERSirs. The following boys received hobby with Mr. Clark and he has I (Senate POIt. 'I"11111\\ >1)1:5:1)o.: 11JJ: ) I Let !Me Estimate Your

Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, Cor Mrs. Sunlo' Gllason"' Cor. L. L. Parker Correspondent merit badges for specialized work: often considered creating a sanc- NOTICE Id: HEREBY GIVEN, C. M. RITCH
Leonard Peek, Bird Study, Safety tuary on his spacious farm. Local That Otis E. Leach holder of a por-

Mrs. D. Boree and sons Harold Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Geiger Tobacco: Burn DestroyedThe and Swimming; Buddy Davis Boy Scouts studying for exami-

and Doyle, of Jacksonville were are visiting friends and relativesIn first barn of tobacco that Horsemanship and Swlmm In g; nations on wildlife often come to

visiting\ Mrs. Arch Prevatt Satur Tampa this week. Clyde Cone put up this year was Charles Johns Safety; Frank Robinson him for help on the identificationof BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

completely destroyed by fire Fri- III Farm Records and native birds. line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
day.Mr. A large number of from
and Mra. John Prevatt of persons day night of last week. The barn Bookkeeping; Comer Ferryman "The average person knows by AMBULANCE SERVICE
Mr. and Bethel are planning to attend the Woodwork Pathflnding and Pub- four five of most DAY AND NIGHT
or our
Theresa were visiting was a new one erected: this year sight only
Mrs. Sidney Crlffla Sunday.Mr. Klngsley Lake Baptist Church and with two flues. Mr. Cone lic Health; Enos Hayes, Poultry common birds" Mr. Clark says 08 O. n. BENNETT Mjrr.

and Mrs. Ellla: Sullivanwere picnic Sunday.Mr. states that the fire apparently Keeping, Farm Layout and Build- "and never stops to realize that "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

visiting Mr. and Mrs K. L. and Mrs. Albert Glisson and started about the middle of the ing Arrangement and Farm Home the woods and fields are literally

Grlffla Sunday. sons and Mrs. Kurle Johnson and barn caused from falling tobacco and Its planning; Leonard Smith alive with an endless variety of .

Mrs. J, B. RUBS of Lake Butler daughter were dinner guests of there being no screens over the Athletics and Swimming; Arch "feathered friends." For Instance,,

and Mr. and Mrs.: Henry RUHR and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Sun I Thomas, Jr., Flremanship, and two Scouts, Enos Hayes and Son-

children of JacknonvlUe were visit- day. pipes.Mr.. Cone's loss might have Horsemanship.The ny Haynes recently reported see- SPECIALYOUR

ing Mrs. W. E. Green Saturday. John Mowers has been 111 for been a warning for others for the Court of Honor will be held Ing the following varieties with-
In the Court house in Jacksonvilleon in the space of twenty-four hours:
Thelma and Melvin Prevatt are several weeks. We wish him a people around here went to work
upending a few days with Mr. and I I speedy recovery. and began putting screens over Thursday evening the 22nd at Blackbird bluebird cardinal CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3 3S
which time boys from the Greater catbird mocking bird, brown
Mrs. D. Boree of Jacksonville. I I L. A. Donnelly and James Don- their pipes. I
Jacksonville Area, will be awarded thrasher crow flicker hummingbird GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFO]
'' of Lake Sanford Ritch of
Miss Ruth Morrell Is spending a'nelly Kingsley were Mr. and Mrs. their advancements. blue jay kingfisher meadow
guests of .Mr. and Mrs. E. Glls Ralford were visiting her parents
few days with Mrs L. O. Tyre of + | lark, purple martin nighthawk TO PAY
Florahome.C son Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Drown last .
HAMPTON Baltimore oriole whip-poor-will
A Grlffla and Eugene Griffin ( Mrs. Hattie Hardenbrook has week robin yellow-bellied sapsucker

made a buxinens trip to Gaines left our community to live with Now About The" TelegraphEven Dues Ads Nlnuno, CorrespondentMr. butcher bird great horned owl, Smith's GaragjGROUPA'

YUle her son-in-law md daughter Mr. if you're as nervous as a wild
Monday. Mrs. of High canary English sparrow
and Stringer
and Mrs. Mann of Starke. hat about the 1
George woman with a new barn swallow hermit thrush, cedar -
Mrs. Callle Gainey and children Springs were the guest of friends>
were vlnltlng Mrs. D. D. Woodardof Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee are Improving new front page you certainly can'thelp I and relatives here this week. I waxwing downy woodpecker,
their home here by addi- being noticed- -and notice we red-cockaded
Dethel Monday.We Mrs. P. E. Green and children of I hairy woodpecker
dldl I We like the style in our paperas
tional building. redheaded woodpecker -
are sorry to report that South Florida are the guests of woodpecker
Mrs. K. L. Grlffls Is on the nick Mian Melba Anders of Starkewas well as anything else. Don'tlet her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. house wren, chee Ghee ring-

list Friends of this section wish", the guest of Mr. and Mrs. our llradford paper be called Meads. neck doves mourning doves,

her a speedy recovery. Carl Anders Sunday afternoon. old fashioned; keep her up to Mrs. A. W. Turner Is spendingthis turtle doves bob-white tillyhawk,
date. We like it fine but pleasedon.t
week with her parents Mr. Cooper's hawk screech owl. hoot 1

''Answers To The Moth Question wait another 61 years don'tever be- and Mrs. Geiger of Melbourne. owl. and snipe. ,
fore changing again, as we :
Kirk Dees and family of Plant "I wonder how many of these
wear our hats that long.
I City were the guest of their sisters would be recognized and correctly 0

By Katharine Fisher Artford Brown left Saturday Mrs. J. V. Jones and Miss named by the average person who I I

afternoon for North Carolina. He has been around them all ,I
Director at Good Houtttttfiag Isrtitsn Pearl Dees recently. living L
will be gone several weeks. Ray Williams and .sister Mrs. his life," Mr. Clark mused. "A ,i

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts were Bishop of Jacksonville, have re- knowledge and love of nature Is I _

Here are our answers to the questions thousands of women have visiting friends at Kingsley Lake cently been visiting friends here. just one of the many benefits that' _

asked us about moths and how to defeat them. They are answer which Sunday William H. Maxwell of Jackson- u boy derives from Scouting" he _

have been thoroughly checked for accuracy.Q. A Clue Cull ville spent a few days here with concluded.was .

Do flying moth eat holes in wools? Talk about close calls! Alvin his mother and small son Bruce
A. No. it is the larvae or little white worms that hatch out of the
eggs: laid by the flying moths that do the damage. The eggs hatch in a : (Dudley) Robinson aged 12, Maxwell. I > visiting her sister, Mrs. J, F.

few days in comfortably warm places, ao wools left undisturbed where thought the call was too close Hazen Sunday. ""i' :

moths can ret at them may soon be damaged. when he was hit by lightening BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mrs'! Bunnie Easterling and :

Q. How can winter clothing be protected from moth damage during Saturday evening while picking Miss Effie Crawford Cor. I children, Katie" Maud and Chlsper.

the sumnipr? watermelons In Coleman Dee'a -- and Mr. Summers of Gainesville
A. It can be mothproofed, or fumigated or sprayed with an inject! field. lie WAS knocked down and
who has
be Mrs C. E. Crawford were visitors to Starke Monday. _
reach it. Or it
and stored where moths tannot possibly may and
for time
stored In a cedar cheat. Good ladmiering and dry cleaning leave; wool unconscious some been seriously ill at St. Vincent'a t I| Mrs. Harvey Starling and children -

free from moths. If they are stored at once where moths cannot reach was burned in spots on the face, Hospital in Jacksonville for the I are spending several days .

them they will be protected against damage.Q. and arm. A negro boy was close past four months, returned to her I with her sister Miss :Martha Dryden ; :

How Is clothing mothproofed? by with a watermelon in his arms. home here last Sunday. Her rela- I in Palmetto this week.

A. By tprayint it with a mothproofing solution which mnkes it It was burst open by the shock. tlirAtt nnrl fri nda will Yu glad trklearn I IC
distasteful and inedible to moths. First brush the clothing well, then Har\ey rhippi Itettcr .h.I; I improving.Mra. l> ( lll 11'1' ('UIIt'I' IN .\>ll F'rli vs'.
pray It very thoroughly.: Do not overlook a spot and don't forget scams! who was struck that lilt \I1KOUII ( UI NT1* l-'l.0ltll. /
Harvey Phrpps.
and folds the under surface of collars, under buttons, Resale Dowling and child- NOTIC-K; TO DEFENDANT
| few weeks Is 11 l>.
and In pockets. Every thread must be covered Blankets by "Peggy" a ago ren of Miami are spending their '
1 sweaters and other easily washable wools\ can still In the Alachua County Hospital summer vacation here with her -v"- xJ'I )
be immersed rinsed In solution of in Gainesville. Reports are I'OH..rol1 :s CAMPDKUI I
(Cor ) a a mothproofing uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
compound! available for that purpose. Mothproofedclothing that he is now able to sit up a G'I Defendant.
1 B. Johns. 1 l.V:<< TIIR: NA.MK OF TUB STATE: OF s
need not be stored out of the reach of moths. little and can come home the lust KI.OKIPA UIIEETI.NU: 1
1I It tray hang in a closet or lie in a drawer or on a shelf.Q. of this week Mr. and Mrs. Johns and To: Cora Jones Campbell whose er
How are wools fumigated ? left Sunday to spend their sum- residence and place of actilrr It '
I A. My the use of a fumigant. Fumigants are New Building Going Up mer vacation in Live Oak Plant I unknown.You I'I'I
are hereby required' ,
The old saying goes "you can't to appear -
I usually either paradichlorobenzene or naphthalene,
City and Tampa. to the bill of complain: riled ,
and are sold 1 an such or under brand names. They give keep a good man down." It serves Mrs. Mary Reddish of this section I I 1 1I
oil fumes that kill moths at all stages, provided the the same for our little town here. Ral i
relatives near
lumes are strong enough and the moths, are expose You Just can't keep her down. Is visiting I II -I II
_ IATMAIINI riiHfi t0 the fumes long This can only be done well ford. II 1 1 I
enough. I
all the time. ... I
She's growing .
Director. if ,'lent of fumiiritnt; used! and if rho fumes. nrct ...
r Cao4Nou..ke.ama;;: Inclosed; ; i -a'- ;:;"that* U comfortably; warm: : and right now a 30x30 concrete and GRAHAM RUBETIME I a I I p f
air-tight Is built
practically red brick structure being
Can J. P. Roberts. Who will 0 >- Mr L. C. Smith. 'or.
Q. wools be protected well by fumigating them in dresser by (
drawers ? crate this or what It will be has -

A. Not unless they are sprinkled liberally with the fumigant andat not been made known as yet :Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal and ?( 2 CROLJP6'PICM

once wrapped cloudy and scaled in strong paper to keep the fumes +--- family attended church at Sampson -I I
from escaping., Wrapped in this way they may also be laid on shelves City Sunday night.J. *

Q. Can wools be fumigated in closets? FLA. STATE FARMV A. Graves returned Monday D American Boy ...........8 moo D American Poultry( )Jo** ;

A. Yes, if the closet adjoins a room that Is comfortably warm. : \V ',n er, Correspondent. visit of several days with O American Girl ...........8 moe. 1 Breeders c.uete! -1
Clean the closet, then sprinkle the fumigant on shelves" and floor, usinga after a and i 0 Christian: Herald ...-.6 mot H Cloverleaf American' W-
pound of fumigant for a small closet 2' x 2' x 7* (28 cubic ft.) or 2U :Mini Horton Honored relatives at LakeV lE's D Home Art*-Naedlecraft .2yrs. D Farm Journal-Farm" _.'

Ibs. for a closet 3' x 3'x 7 (63 cubic ft.) and so on. Now hang up tho Tampa. I D Household Magazine .....2 yr9. 0 Good Stories .. ..,
clothing to bo fumigated and seal the closet door with gummed paperor Miss Enza Weaver entertained Mrs. J. H. Surrency visited her O McCalls Magazine .......1 yr. 0 Horn Circle. .. ..
the tape used by fumigators. Leave the clothes there until they are a group of young people at her daughter. Mra. DelmaMcKlnnzle; o] Modern Romance .......lyr.I 0 Horn Friend :. ,
needed" again. home Wednesday evening honor- II at Hart Haven last week. I I o Open Road (Boys) .......1 lyr. 0 Magazi .",
Q. Can clothes be of Home D Parent Magazine .......6mot. I Artl--Nvedletrak
fumigated by hanging a fumigant In a closet ing Miss Wava Horton to report that 0 Home ,
that is in use T stead. We are sorry Pathfinder (weekly) .....1 yr. 0L.ghornWorld:
I' 'rodud'
A. No as the fumes escape when the door Is opened and so become The home was decorated with little Betty Jean Abernathy, Progressive Farmer ....... yr.. 0 Nail Li'". Stock ; dh ""
too weak to kill the moths daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. SAVERSMONEY Romantic Story ...........1 yr. 0 Plymouth Rock Mel .
red zinnias and gladioli and refreshments seriously ill in the Screen Book ............1 .
Q. Will moths attack clothing and other wools that have been Abernathy Is I SAVERS yr. 0 Progressive fa.mdolmJ..
thoroughly fumigated t of Ice cream and Ocala hospital. Silver Screen ............1 yr. 0 Rhode ..,
A. Yes fumigation does not mothproof wools. In fumigating any cookies were served at the con- Mrs. E. F. Perrin of Palatka Every Business Needs Them Southern Agriculturist ....4yn. 0 Southern Agricultu. ..?
wools, therefore, they must be left stored where moths cannot get at clusion of the games. Among I LJ True Confessions; .... .l 0 Successful ft'"'"*....'..".
them until they are going to be used again. those. attending were: Misses held their annual picnic at Kings- I BUY FROMBradford o Woman's World ......l..2jn. D Woman's World .

Q. How can insect sprays protect wouls from moth damage? Sadie Prince, Betty Stringfellow.Edith ley Lake Saturday afternoon. .

A. These sprays kill the moths, or their eggs or larvae when they Rowe and Juanita Barefoot i About 75: were present. Mr. R. H. i County
some in contact with them. The spraying like the fumigation, must be
done thoroughly, nil Chalker L, M. Gaines. Coe wax In charge. i
very They do
not mothproof the wool; therefore the Telegraph BRADFORD TELEG
spraying must be repeated regularly if moths are about or the wools, Harold Bishop Al Kay Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hershfield COUNTY

after being sprayed must be stored at once where moths can't get at I and N. T. Rltch. carllllll'l.1 I left Saturday for New York where I STARKE. FLORIDA

C.em. The State Farm .: they will attend the World's fair.

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I CONE DOES A 'Salary Buyers i "AMONG THE LOTUS BLOSSOMS" Will Roosevelt

PREVIEW : Go Unregulated ____ ._n
Return Visit

i t I The salary buyer': who chars of King ?

a : __ 1f_. Fred Cone the cRock .! up to 240 percent annual intrieston .
; ;, from the banks of the Su loans to hard-pressed small .Lot wy W1lthlnltonNow that this admiring l 1-

u wannee, bus just about vetoed Ihe< wage earners may escape refla capital Is catching its

t ., il st 1939 session of the legislature I lion in Florida for two more t breath after tho visit of KmgGeorll'e
'.i \ Few years thanks to the success of a I
; people thought he would
'< I and Queen Elisabeth' the
few yl
h \, ; l lgat3 have the courage to make such legislators in blocking a fall wf

;; \;"- : clean sweep as he has a and badly needed bill. big ten-table topic Is: Will President -

V The Roosevelt and the First
measure would simply have Lady

'I, i iI I i ""..,. beautifully The legislature into unplanned the Governor played placed the "loan shark" salary + 4 1 I be guests at Buckingham Palace

o-J'I ",_..i.iI hands A number of factors combined buyers under the same regulations this fall?

.ij j I to delay passage of practically I legitimate which small have loan governed businessmen the I Many Washingtonians argue

i ." every important piece ol that the King undoubtedly Issued
In Florida
for several I
: legislation until the last days,, years. an Informal Invitation to Mr.
restricts interest rates to 3 1-2; r'V SR
.g,. compelling the boys to go home Roosevelt before their farewell at

... ,>..,:.,,,, with almost the whole works percent State a month and provides for I.f Hyde Park Sunday night Whetherhe

,. ', > spread out on the Governor's desk I But supervision.the I did BO, of course, probably will

,.it.........,;, The Crummier boys led by John salary buyers don'twant AxJ never be known officially, unless

D :rtMt ."'> ,. w" i f Burks blocked almost everything, : their any interest supervision rates or, and any their limiton I II the President should! accept.The .
t ,
in sight in a determined effort to subject wasn't mentionedIn
first effort was directed at lower-
force House bills 801 and 802' I
Ing the small\ loan Interest rate to a telegram which, the British
through the Senate. The DuPont I
s .4 I run the legitimate firms out of i sovereign I sent Mr. Roosevelt late
boys held up all revenue measuresslammed .
all business to give their racket a I ? -S Monday for that wouldn't be ac-
through appropriations
j o Y11th I clear field. cording to
to create a situation making I
They unable to ,
were accomplish
possible their ad valorem repeal The message, received by theChief
this but they did obtain the
I amendment. The their amendment Executive while he was returning -
I services of Representatives Sco-
got killed\ In the last days to Washington from Hyde
|The original Crummer bills 801: field of Citrus County Wotitsky. Park, auld the King and Queen 1
of Charlotte County, and Senators
and 802 came back from the Senate I were "deeply grateful for your
Black, of Gainesville, and Hodges "
as bills 1216-1217-1218-1219 I hospitality.
of Tallahassee, who used brazenlyI
and were passed by the House "Though this wan our frat visit
obstructive tactics to prevent a
without anybody reading them. to your great country" the menage -
vote on the bill to regulate the
Then Cone took his ax and continued, "and though It
I salary buyers in the closing minutes
knocked almost the whole litter wait necessarily only a brief one It
of the ses810n.Representative .
of kittens In the head, including ; has given us memories of kindly
Merchant of
I $3,687,000 of appropriations. feeling and good will bat we
County, and Senators Sharlt, "
He vetoed 1216-1217-1219 because ,I of Port St. Joe, and Holland\ of F shall always treasure.

I he thought it would cripple Bartow, made every effort to give Miss Ida Mae Walkup admires the giant blossoms of the Egyptian I The consensus here la that the

the state road department particularly small wage earners this protec- Lotus In the Bird Island Cruise Water Gardens at McIntosh. These Roosevelta will not return the

I as to Federal aid The tion but they were blocked at plants are valued, not only for their gorgeous pink, many-petaled visit while the President Is In office
: law he let live-1218-definitely turn and Senator I though such a trip would not
every blossoms, but also for the bulbous
which Is
used as an ingredient
_'_ __ _.__.___ nn'mn__ i cut back the state road be entirely unpiecedentetl. Woodrow -
to depart- received, without retaliation, in Chop Suey, and is In demand in the Northern markets Theowners
la served by fashion this season, and most any Bradford I|ment without county commissioner a blow delivered by Senator Black have made several shipments of the tender tubers. Wilson has been the only

'mid be proud to dress up in this nifty suit for a 16-year-old, strings, 80 percent of gaso with his cane. American President. to visit Europe

I in a recent issue of Good Housekeeping; The flaring skirt isId line money after debt service requirements The State Supreme Court, In a while In office, but five others
are met So the gas before LEE DROPS $401,174 were stopped by the Leg- Including Franklin D, Roosevelt
to the brief bolero with big buttons. The suit Is of tweed case now pending it, may

find the blouse with a fly-away bow under the chin, is of checked raiders are worse off than they decide whether or not the salary PENDING SUITS 'islature In over riding Governor have State.Theodore gone outside the United

m. Looks as If it would be fairly easy to make, Mother. were before. buyers should come under the Conc'o veto of Senate Bill No. 338

Also killed is 002. This law terms of the present small loan FOR $404,174 This money if collected, would Roosevelt went to
was rushed through to circumventa act, but the Merchant bill would Panama, and William Howard
Lost age from some sources. In other have gone (10 the schools, and its .
Lives Taft visited' Panama and Mexico.\
have them
[ Supreme Court decision which definitely placed under Tallahassee,Through failure of
words, a few skeptical minds are loss will he felt by hard- Warren G. In Canada.
prevented further earmarking of State regulation and It is no severely Harding was
SubmarinesIn the 1939 to
n beginning to believe that perhaps Legislature provide
board of administration (Gasoline) credit to the Legislature but the pressed school officials and tench- the year of his death, and Calvin
Three Weeks some enemy of the three great sufficient revenue to meet the appropriations visited Cuba to the
money for benefit of refund bondsin loan sharks1 lobby was allowed to era throughout the state Coolidge open
democracies Is at the bottom of voted for the schools Pun American Conference In 1928.
the submarine tragedies. preference to old bonds. This defeat the public will. Tampa The gathering of sufficient
I third tragic submarine dls- service favored this law because it Daily Times. state .and county school officials Several Presidents have gone
However, Naval authorities In evidence to warrant the filing of
-- abroad after leaving office. Officials -
gto occur within less than a furthered the orderly liquidationof are faced with the necessity of op-
Washington insist the rumors are the bond debt of the state. But DUBIOUS DIRECTIONS: these nulls represents an Immense would' not be surprised If
took last week when erating the schools for shorter
"absurd.* but this did not stop Cone has no love for Crummer and Stranger-Pardon me but does amount of work on the part of President Roosevelt would do like

finch ship Phoenix carried 71 some Senators from expressingtheir well he knew that the law would this train atop at Jitney Junction terms, of narrowing the scope of the comptroller's office, extending wise.

o i their death in the China doubts in no uncertain terms. benefit more Crummer refunds Commuter-Yes, it does. I get their operations for full term, or over a considerable period of time.

jff the coast of French IndoU Abandonment of hope for those than all others combined. Besides off at Brownsville, the stop after of providing sufficient additional Davis, $ 2,122.20; Hart Furniture
The benefit of this work Is
aboard the Phoenix, brought to an It Is true that where upsets Jitney. You watch me and get off revenue from local sources for full now Stores, $7,372.80; Suwannee Stores

> S, submarine awsome total of 196 the number' occur the bonds can be run one station before I do. operation for full terma. lost to the schools. $150.60204; Poinsettia Dairy Pro-
Squaluso of lives lost aboard submarines in through the Wilcox fumigator and -Exchange The list of suits pending and ducts Inc. $1,22400; and Gold
the bottom on a trial rune Two million dollars a. year were
i coast of New Hampshirethe little more than three weeks. made sanitary. saved for the schools by Governor amounts claimed due are: Duval Medical Product Co., $607,000.
latter part of May, Cone vetoed the cancellation of Cone's veto of the Leglalatuie's Jewelry Co., $9,864,80, Southern Officials were of the opinion
ihe resulting loss of 26 lives. the 1-2 percent gross sales tax Nancy, studying grammar: action repealing the one-half of Food Stoics Marshburn $$82,143; (hat the $$404,174 claimed by the

) days later the English ves- IN Till: VERNACULAR good for some 2 or 2 1-2 millionsa "Say, Nancy, If a man druggist Is one percent gross receipts tax; U & U Cash Grocery Co, $24- comptroller to be due in the above
what would
letis also on a try-out, nosed The teacher was trying to Impress year for schools. Also he vetoed called a pharmacist, and since this veto occurred after 643.:SO, Badcock Furniture Stores, nits, represents only a mall partof

|he sea floor and became a upon her young pupils In the the $1,400,000 extra money for you call a woman druggist11Nancy the Legislature adjourned there is $17,50140: ;; Lakeland Grocery Co.. the total amount which could

|trap fro 99 men. tenement district the Importanceof schools. Treasury has not yet ""Why, a pharmaclster( no chance of Legislature over-rid- $58.00080; Table Supply Stores. have been collected for the school +

being original. She illustrated paid the final Installment In full of course. ing It during the next two years Comptroller J M Leo against (len had Governor Cone's veto been
coincidence that
startling by saying: "Mickey, repeat these on the current 11 1-2 millions I -Exchange However, pending suits filed by chain-store companies, totaling sustained by the Legislature. !

major powers of the worldhe sentences in your own words: 'I school appropriation. this in defense of their man. In /

three usually associated see a cow. The cow is pretty. The Also vetoed was the Murphy I his message to the legislature he

| European mind aa allies\ ) cow can run'," extension law. The 1937 Murphy bluntly warned against increased

suffer similiar disasters Mickey said: "Boy lamp de cow. law was supposed to be "the tax, appropriations without revenue V
[such a short space of time Ain't she a honey T An' ask you, compromise law to end compro- measures to cover and specifically i

Ought: forth hints of sabot kin she take it on de lam" mise laws" because It providedthat named five sources of revenue

on June 9, 1939 all Inads unredeemed that he would approve of. The

would go--beyond reachof legislature disregarded( him just

litigation- the Internal Im- about 100 per cent. During the SIn

provement board. Proving this session the Governor consistently

was not a sincere or honest gesture vetoed special appropriations and

on its part the legislature bills cutting revenues and almost

ow. 'wrestled all session with plans to without exception the legislature

prevent or abate the severity of over-rode the veto. The Governor

this last step. Every plan was may be entirely wrong In his

killed save a Senate one to defer theory as to fiscal policies.and ,,
the death sentence this service thinks he Is--but even
for years
YOU CAN BUY YOUR of reversion to the Internal his worst enemy if he is honest I;

Improvement board! thus givingthe and Intelligent must admit that

next legislature a crack at It. Cone has been consistent, and
TYPEWRITER This knows what be I
This is the law Cone courageousand II I
service predicts a mild rush to pay wants.

on the part of Murphy redeemerswho None of which changes the fact
have not paid current taxes that Florida is in It "hell of a ,

since redemption waiting to see mess" and that the blame belongsin f

If there will be further largess to about this order: DuPonters I !

I delinquents. Certificates for delinquent Crummerites. Leglalatuie. Cone .

f be old enough taxes for in most tax cases deeds will before 1939 AFTERMATH session of the Echoes legislature from will the I ''I thought I I':" 'IJ y

another regular session Is continue for months and even

Hence many of the boys years. In Tampa, Mayor R. E

I will due. settle. Of course there will\ L. Chancy moved promptly to setup I ail about atritoono1iles r,

be endless litigation. the utility board, authorized by

Also vetoed Is almost every new the session. to regulate rates of the !
I appropriation from Tampa electric The board has a
ry law with an
o voO even such a decided political tinge. Chairman conatruetlon. It fa hneked hy
ru general revenues I A LO-T of folk have had their rye
board former council
wo rsva law as a parole Is C C. Watson
e I beneficial just because It would cost $50.000: man and original crusader. for low- opened wide I Iiy a ride In a 1939 an experience of building far

a year to operate. He vetoed a er electric rates In Tampa. Attorney Foril V.0. They justdidn'trealize more cars than anybody else In
47 Charles F Blake, political
y I designated the Comptroller l Is
# a I law which, President of the Senate, henchman of Senator Pat how much more value and how the world.

I Speaker of the House to study Whitaker, Secretary la Arthur many Improvements we've put In One ride In today's Ford -
of the chairman of
in anticipationof Hale. Jr. son
county reappearance bond debts In 1941 of the the state road department. Other this car die last few yeara.Today's with its smooth IWyllnder engine,
sound Nuveen 3 1-2 refund plan members Include Henry S. Tlll- advanced Ford la a tahiliied chassis, hydraulic '
would have man County Attorney, once State
because these three of John of engineerIng brake.-will prove it's. the
law progressive
experts to make the study Senator, once partner product

I to in hire the early days of England Sutton; the latter now being as- fine materials and honest modern car In the low-price field. ;

THE TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCES 101d King Canute had his throne aoclated with Peter O Knight of

THE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR moved to the edge of the sea and the Tampa Electric All of which
THE TYPE to come in. la about as simple and plain as
REMINGTON LINE OF PORTABLE I ordered the tide not FOlil) V-II
WRITERS. WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT IS As much aa this service admires Tampa politics ever get.
the cour- Two biggest counties in the
an4! sincerity state are Duval
IN and
he will commissioners screamed at Coneto
FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE CON ala convictions It luck thinks than Canute veto tbe 4 gasoline bills because Seepo.r FORD &*alr I.r Gvnvroitf Tratlr-ln

SnJERnVG TIlE PURCHASE OF A NEW MACIUNEE have no better back the tide of progress the 60 percent cut-back to

E WILL BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE TIlE NEW In holding In Florida. From now onIt the state road department would 1

REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME. la merely a question of how long ruin its budget. (Duval has a I

and courage can holdout mall bond debt for years baa
his pride of of ita revenue for
the bursting used a part gas
against ofdoubts Which under the circumstances -
s operation
Easy Terms Available the most rapidly growing ) was perfectly legal -- -

the Union. If he can and proper.Dade beamed becauseit

KHADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPR In hold Crummer This the out meantime service until apologists the the end of DuPont will his term.heap and for would would debt come now service from have which ad$500.000 valorem otherwise a year tax- J. W. Andrews Jr:

abuse on the Governor's head to payers. Cone vetoes all the bill ,
attention from where the EXCEPT the 80 per cent cutbackone
divert leaves both counties
which FLA.
real blame belong STARKE,
And Conettes caa truthfully aay very, very unhappy


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Noegel-Hough 1"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson dtkcd
i APPROVEFlorida Chief of i 1'm,
Miss Doris Hough, Are Complimented FAVORITE
Mrs.I I I said Ut
H L. Hough and the late Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs W. H. voters will be called up- yestercia-. '

Hough of Brooher, and Roswell Hart, and Mrs. M. F. Brown, RECIPES to or turn down six spaces in the nr
I of Mr. and Mrs W. Wesley Adult on approve be ru
I Noegel son I' members of the proposed constitutional amend- repainted *. IIni'
of Starke, were quietly Sunday / kq
H, Noegel Class of the Methodist coming
when they to the pOllsIn Week.
ments go
h ,,
married Wednesday, June 14, In School, honored the Rev. Frank ISO .
I II Chow Mein November, 1940, General Elec- that a drive ,t.,, .nnou
and Mrs. Rob-
Macclenny.Mrs. Robinson, pastor p "gen
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attended Bradford last Thursday night when If you'd like to surprise your tion.The parking and ,,nKi,. do
Honored Visitors EntertainedMiss Noegel I six changes, approved at arkIUk)
I Miss Dorothy Sapp County High School where she they entertained at the home of family some night with something Ing made and Jill,. 18
Annette Patterson, Mlsa' the recent legislative session, pro- rt! the '
With Shower-Bridge Party was a popular member of the I the former with a dinner party. that's really delectable just try tion of motorist. 01)
whose mar Hilda Bevis, and Miss Marjorie set. Quantities of red roses and It is vide as follows: n 1 ''I!b> Slsl
Miss Dorothy Sapp younger this recipe for chow jneln. 1. To add a seventh justice to traffic laws ,mc l
riage to Mr. Guy Hinton Sale of Jordan, all of Bartow and house member of Shasta Daisies were used in deco- !nil> 70
Mr. Noegel was a contributed by Mrs W. B. Sewell. the State Supreme Court in an effort and angle
Madison:: will be an event of Monday guests of Miss Gayle Sewell, were the 1938 graduating class of B. H. rating, and guests found their 2 pounds of meat (chicken pre- to prevent tie votes. streets park t.

July S.was the honoree at a honored guests last Thursday aft-: S. and attended the University of places at small tables by means of ferred) 2. To insure continuation of would be verb muryy
kitchen shower Tuesday morning where he white place cards. predated,
Florida in of track
ernoon when Mrs. L. D. Vinlng 1 large stalk celery equal distribution race
given by Miss Ruth Sternberg at studied pharmacy.Mr. After dinner several games of *
and all other gambling revenues
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertained 6 to 8 onions
home of her parents .
the summer Noegel are at home Chinese Checkers were enjoyed.Mrs. the 67 counties.
and Mrs. 1 can each of bamboo sprouts, among Accident
on Kingsley Lake. for them at a theatre party. of Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. C. H. ad valorem, SUnday
to their friends in one water chestnuts, and bean sprouts 3. To eliminate or 'Two
The large living room of the After enjoying the picture at the Ernest Thornquest's apartments. Nasworthy, E. L. Williams, L. D. 1-2 olive oil real estate taxes for State Pur- women whose name

Sternberg's cottage was attractively local theatre the guests were served M Vining, and T. T. Long were the 2 cans cup noodles poses, This form of taxation now not be learned from 0

decorated with Sha a t a tempting refreshments at Car- winners and each one was presented amounts to approximately 5 1-2 County were uninjured
Bead molasses
Daisies and other flowers for this penter's Drug Store. Women's Society with a box of homemade candy. Suey Sauce mills per year. morning when the- t93g BUick Sill

lovely affair. Each guest of honor was presented Meets For First Time Members of the Sunday School Cook meat in olive oil until 4. To lengthen the terms of dan in which they were q

Upon arrival the guests were with a linen handkerchiefas Under New Name Class presented Mr. and Mrs. Rob- tender. Add chopped onions and county commissioners from two overturned near the clti lbnil&
refreshments of inson with an electric clock as a road 2S from
served tempting: a memento of the occasion Meeting Monday afternoon at cook four minutes. Add celery to four years. Starke to Key)
Coca-Cola, open faced sandwiches, memento of this delightful occa- add 8 5. To exempt the property of Heights. The heavy
minutes car
James Edward Cottrell of Lees- the Methodist Church was The and cook eight ; CIIIII
cookies and mints. Miss stem- of Christian sion. tablespoons of Suey sauce, 2 table- widows from taxation up to a a stop Up-side-down ,m the ,
Woman's Society d d.
assisted in serving by burg, guest of his uncle and aunt, the even- and was able to J
berg was Service. No new organization, Those present to enjoy spoons of Bead molasses, the valuation of $500. run under to
her mother, Mrs N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, was and honored power when
ing with the hostesses Florida State righted
this, but rather the time-honored juice from canned vegetables one 6. To create In a V,1tat
and Miss Ruth Rowe. also presented with a handker- Woman's Missionary Society un- guests were: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. cup of water or meat stock, one parole system slmiliar to that of said the women were drl' II

The bingo winner was Miss Virginia der a new name, made necessaryby Vining, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Car- tablespoon sugar, pinch of salt and the Federal Government. fast and skidded on the wet

t Fugate: who was presentedwith !chief.Those enjoying the afternoon consolidation of three'branches penter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- heaping teaspoon of butter. Cook Ing. They were '!nrout fo(
a pair of mirror plaques. worthy Mr. and Mrs E. L. Williams State Prison Farm to vlnucl
with Miss Patterson, Mils Bevis, of the Methodist Church Into one together for ten minutes. Thicken BirthsMr.
The many useful gifts which Miss Jordan, and hostesses were: great unit. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, I to desired consistency (use about and Mrs. Jordan Lee Brant- Hysler condemned JackjomJ,

Miss Sapp received for hir kitchen Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Miss Gayle leader, Mrs. Mrs. Flora Brown Thomas W. H. i five tablespoons of flour for thick- 31. murderer In the death homeIIj
The program Hart, M. F. Brown, and T. T. ley, Starke, girl,
were on display In the living room.. Sewell, Virginia Sewell, and James Arthur Wood, bad charge and the ening.) Then all vegetables. Heat Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling,
Those invited to enjoy the morning Long. and serve with noodles.
Edward Cottrell.W. "WideningOur thoroughly
subject studied was Starke, girl, June 1.
honoree FLORIDA
with the hostess Outlook." Mrs. E. THEATRE ]
National Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Broughton
were: Miss Ruth Rowe, Miss Lillian Party For Jerome Johns DIESIS
Williams reviewed the division June 5. GAINESVILLE,
L. Graham, girl, FL.1
Miss Elaine B. Mundy Mrs. Juniua M.
Sternberg, Wynn
Jerome Johns,
"local, state, and national Theodore Rosier,
entitled and Mrs.
busses Ploried and Myrtice Killingaworth : Smith, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. : back horizons Mrs. of Senator and Mrs. C. E. FATHER'S LAP Mr. Program for the week

Wins Madge Whigham, W. M. Wainwright, Mrs. C. A. forces push Robinson talked ;on the Johns, was the honored guest Raiford, girl. June 10. June 23, 1939

Miss Helen Prather, Misses Georgia Knight, Mrs C. E. Johns, Mrs Frank "how the church Monday afternoon when his mother James Hollis Alvarez, 12-years- Mr. and Mrs. Ell ja Youngblood

and Hope Haynes, Misses Katie Edwin Torode, Jr., Mrs. N. Stern- division entitled entertained with a swimming old, died near the home of his Waldo, girl, June 16.
and follows" Mrs. L. D. Last Timef da,
and Virginia Fugate, Miss Martha berg, Mrs. L. H. Hill, Jr., Mrs. leads the; subject of party at their summer home on parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rufus Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge Brian Aherne V tor SCcUI"CAPTAIN

Toney, Miss Beverly Cady, Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, Mrs. Jim Vlnlng read on Crystal Lake. Jerome celebratedhis Alvarez, Saturday afternoon Brooker, girl, June 17. In
Legislation" -
Social Security
"National E.
J. B. Sapp, mother of the bride- Bitch of the State Farm, Mrs birthday anniversary at this of dialation of the heart followingan Mr. and Mrs. George FVRV
L. C. Ray reviewed -
and Mrs.
elect, Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs. E. R. James Hair' of Lake City, and ; time. illness of several years dura- Highland, boy, June 18.
Struth, Mrs. L. F Dinkins, Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Tallahassee. "unemployment compensation tion. Funeral services and inter- Mr. and Mrs Clifford B. Brown- SATURDAY ONLY.
old age assistance and aid After enjoying a refreshing dip, ment afternoon at 4 Ing, Starke, boy, June 15. Double Feature !p artn
were Sunday 1HEttS
-.-.- .- -- for dependent children." All of the young guests were invited into JANElaW,
--------l o'clock in Conner Cemetery with __ .____ .n
isv-AN these subjects were well handledand the cottage for refreshments of the Key-McCabe Funeral home in '- "BOY FHIK.ND":

very instructive. sandwiches, punch and individual charge of arrangements and Rev. The Finest and Also
I The president, Mrs. W. E. Mid- cakes. LEO CAII RIi.LtJ rn .
W. E. Hall The de-
"The Girl and The
ELECTROLUXTHERE I dleton, presided over the business Present to help Jerome celebrate ,I ceased is survived by his parents, Freshest Sea FoodsObtainable Gambit

AIR PURIFIER session which was opened by a his birthday were: John Anderson, a sister, Mary Lou, and four SUNDAY & MONDAY

devotional service conducted by ::. A. Martinez, Othma Haynes, brothers, Levone, J. L., Owen and Irene Dunne- F i M,Mum,)

AGENCY IN STAKKE Mrs A. Wood. Echoes from the Jr., Judy and Buddy McRae, Carl a baby brother. tn
zone meeting In Ortega were given Lemar Johns, Alvin Crews, and "INVITATION TO HtPPt\tt
I James and his father were re- .
Joe Wainwright Agent by Mrs E. K. Perryman, Mrs. 'George Powell. -- ..vinCharles )
C. .. turning from Palatka Saturday Iluggl '311I> C|
Frank Robinson, and Mrs. L. MULLET
Liberal Trade-in Phone 102 for afternoon where they had taken
Ray. Baptist Circles Meet Tuesday & W >dnniir
Allowance on Old Free Demonstrations meet Lacy Underbill, a neighbor, to a RED BASS Robert Ytiunirni SaM
Circle Number One
At Church Monday doctor for treatment. They had In
Cleaner EASY TERMS with Mrs. SEA TROUT
the first Monday In July Combined circles of the Baptist left Mr. Underhill off at his home "MAISIE"With

..------ -....---- -.-. -.-.-, T. J. Griffin. Circle Number Two W.. M_. K' _met___ .In.. the Church Monday _And_ were going to__ their_____ own__no when______ FRESH WATER FISH '
will meet with Mrs. Hogan Smith, afternoon for the regular: the lad laid his head on his LARGE SHRIMP Ruth HUDHPV pi,,, HUOIB I'

at Sampson City. monthly business and program father's lap apparently listeningfor Cliff Eili.arili
session.In a squeak somewhere in the Thursday & F- Methodist Stewards the absence of the president, mechanism of the car. He did not Shirley Tempi KandolphS f
Magnolia FishMarket In"SUSANNAH
Enjoy Dinner PartyThe Mrs. A. M. Darby, the meetingwas move for a little while. The OF THISMOCNTIES' :

Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob conducted by Mrs. W. B. father looked downward and dis-

Inson were hosts, Tuesday night Alexander, vice president, and had covered his son was dead after Phone 37

when they entertained Dr. J. H. charge of the Bible study, using calling his name several times. .-- -.... -eoeeeene':.
"The Dependable Store"Short Est. 1894 Daniel, Jacksonville district superintendent as her subject, "The Supreme
of the Methodist Responsibility'' of Parents and --

Church and Mrs. 'Daniel, and the Church"
Long Sleeves and
stewards of the Church and their The program was led by Mrs. V.
Legs OUR COTTON WASH H. Carden, developing the sub- FREE DELIVERY
wives at a lovely party.
CHILDKENSCOVERALLS Ject, "The Great Commission and
Work Shirts Arrangements of roses were s. R. Johns
Chief Alma of W. M. U.-The
used in decorating the living room i PHONENEAR
Missionary:! Education of Our
89c to $1.50 where small tables were paced Young People." Assisting with the
for the guests. Each table was
program were Mrs. Ralph Cox,,
Mines & COOL SUMMER SPORT centered with a bud vase holding
Greys Hickory
and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr.
Stripes pink rose buds and fern. White The teaching departments of 5
place cards, bearing the host
Sport Pants monogram, were used. W. M. U. are: the Sunbeam Band, & Sons

49cSEE the Girl's Auxiliary, the Royal
After dinner the stewards helda Ambassadors, and the Young Women's THE S A. L DEPOT
49c to $1.49 business meeting, while the
Auxiliary. "It la our respon- .
OUR NEW LINE OF ladles were entertained by playing sibility to teach our young people CASH PRICES OXLFLOUR\:

WORK SHOES Sort Shirts t; Chinese Those checkers.present to enjoy the organizations Missionary work," Mrs.through Carden these said.

evening were: Mr. W P. Smith,, Circle No. One will have chargeof GUARANTEED

chairman of the Board of Stew- the program and church flow- 60c
Leather Sole, Steel Arch SOP ards, and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and ers for July.

Support-Sewed or Tacked to $1 00 Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mr. and Mrs 24 LBS.

and Rubber Heels Olin White, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. LAWTEY

No Lining Ray, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter -
PANTS TO MATCH89cto$1.95 | \VIUiam (Bill) Plummor, Cor.
L. D. ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Vining
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Loading Platform Chase & Sanborn GRAPE

$1.79 Mr.and Mrs.and Mrs.E. K.W.Perryman B. Sewell, Mr., Judge and tey Backers loading:of platform the proposed for trucks Law- COFFEE, lb. 21c PRESERVES, 2 Ibs. 20c

Mrs. T. T, Long, and Dr. and Mrs are patiently waiting for the city

J, II. Daniel of Jacksonville. council to do something.New CLEANSER SMARTY DOG

Paul Thomas, formerly of 3 FOR 10 C FOOD, 3 for tOe

A Real Wild WestRODE.O\ Dottie Sue Biggs HonoredOn Gainesville, Is now employed by _

Sixth Birthday the Carradlne-Peele Grocery Com-

Dottle Sue Biggs was the hon- pany. He succeeds Pete Burney, TALLy PEANUT
who is now employed by the J. B. 20
ored guest last Thursday after- Sapp Grocery Store in Starke. MILK, Can 5 C BUTTER, 2 Ibs.

noon when her mother, Mrs. E. L. Plummer Remodeling

Biggs, entertained for her at the M. B. Plummer is remodeling Pure Creamery 5 LBS.

summer home of Judge and Mrs.A. his garage here this week The 17c
Come to KIng ley Lake July Fourth and nee the largest and 25
Z. Adkins on Kingsley Lake in new business will be opened in a ROLL BUTTER, lb. t C RICE
Meat Rodeo ever held In this section which I* being sponsoredby week or ten days and ice cream _

Bores Brother of Jack oiiHie.. A fine program hags been celebration of her sixth birthday.The ', and a line of sundries will be

prepared for the whole day, and a crowd of 10.00O In expected. spacious living room and featured. JEWELL PILLSBURY

Come and bring the whole family. There will be fun for nil, porch of the Adklna' Lake cottagewere Still Some Lima LARD lb. 9C FLOUR 24 Ibs. 69c

all day long. effectively decorated with In spite of the fact that our ,

Magnolia blooms, marigolds, and grading facilities are a thing of
THE PROGRAM: greenery. the past for this season, lima SODA

The program for the day Marts at 10:00: A. :M. with iiorseraring. beans are still being placed on the 15
During the afternoon Dottle Sue FRYERS lb. 20c
I'ut jour horse In the rac v-he nwy win the pr" and her young guests were entertained market in Lawtey. Approximately CRACKERS, 2lbs.

There will be riding of trained bucking horses and mule, calf with various games. The 6,000 hampers have been ship-

roping/ and long-horned steer wrentllng. 'fish ped from here to eastern markets
main attraction was a pond"
There will be Iota of fun when they try to ride "Yo-Vo." ThltMule which was placed in one corner so far, and by the end of the sea- GRITS OR CORNED 15c

III l a emuitlon. of the living room. The guests son reach It is expected the total better.will MEAL, to Ibs. 20c BEEF, Can

The greatest ftpectiwJe of the day will be bulldogging of wild fished for their favors of caps, 8.000 hampers or
Bits of Local NewsB.
cattle by real Texan bojs. Something you won't forget. Take whistles and various other typesof
W. Halter of Fernandina was
place about 2:80 I'. MLA toys. SWEET
a business visitor in Lawtey Mon- BANANAS 15c
large stadium. baA been built with great seating rapacity Late in the afternoon refresh- POTATOES, tOlbs. .5c

to accomodute the crowd. ments of individual cakes, Iced in day.Deputy Sheriff C. R. Whitehead .

Bathing and banting/ may also be enjoyed by those In attendance pink, and vanilla ice cream were and J. L, Harrell Jr., were business I

who wish them forma of entertainment\ and a band will be served. The birthday cake, Iced visitors to Jacksonville Mon- Northern or Baby PATNA

prettent daring the day to furnish mimic for the crowd. In white' pink and candles topped, with centered six burnIng the- day Mr.night.and Mrs. W. F. Moore and Lima Beans, 5 lbs. 20 C RICE, 5 lb. 25c

ADMISSION-ADULTS, 50c CHILDREN 25c:: large dining table on the porch.A family are spending their vacation -

You Are Invited Don't Miss the Fun! further handsome decorative lace cloth note added a at Kingsley Lake. PEANUT F
to the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberta F SNAP 001

table arrangement.Mrs. and family are enjoying a stay at MEAL 1 45 CORN 1

KINGSLEY LAKE Biggs was assisted In serv- Kingsley Lake.J. E ..JL E
i ing by her mother, Mr. O. J. M. Reddish and J. L. Har-

NEAR STARKE.! FLORID.ST.TE ROAD NO. .3 Griffin of St. Augustine, her rell, Jr.. were business visitors to ;If
mother-in-law. Mrs. W. H. Biggs Orange Lake Saturday.The E Peanut Hay and We are in the Market fa E ED
of Lawtey. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. "Whlttington Bean Belt"

Fourth of July About thirty young folk were (bean grader) was returned to its Molasses 1.00 some small White Rooter. D

1 Invited to enjoy the afternoon headquarters at Orange Lake Sat See ua before selling
I ,
with Dottle Sue. urday.






i -- __ __ _.._ __ .._ __ n .
Joe Truby left yesterday to, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. MeMoza-and 'I II Alias: nn-ett;Patterson, MissHilda 1 -- --
remainder GETTING
of the TO BE
d in summer I son. Clifford and Miss' Gloria Bevis, and :Miss Marjorie I

North Carolina and .Penn- Johns of Jacksonville, were Dad's Jordan have rturned to their re- A HABITFor

r Bits of I sylvania. Day guests Sunday of Mr. and I spec tives homes Bartow after en-

t Boas\ Mrs. T. J. Griffin. joying a visit here as guests of A. A. burden Bradford County the third time In 10 rcorvhs

Mrs her I i I Miss Gayle; Sewell. They were ac- Conservation officer said Tuesday Bryant' Cafe on Call Street was

Nea I guest this week her neice, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. E. R Struth and l companied home by Miss Sewell that deer seasons would be burglarized by a clever unknown

0b Local George Thomas, of Charleston, small son, James Rodman, spent who will visit In Bartow some open In several counties in Floridathis thief
West Virginia. several days last week In DeLand 'I time. summer. Buck deer he has Monday night

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I with Mrs. Struth's parents, Mr. been notified, may be hunted in I Fortunately, the thief must nave

OF THE COUNTY ANT TOWNMarjorie Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and :Mrs. J. H. Tatum. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Avent and the following counties: been in a conscientious mood aa

1 PROGRESS spent several days this week in i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill, of Jacksonville I In Dixie County from June 20 he took only one carton of cigarettes
I to July 31 on Tuesdays and Saturdays
Jo Tallahassee and Thomasville, Ga., Mrs. C. P. Tison of Jacksonville, attended the Young In Madison County from- and ate a few table peaches

visiting friends. Mrs. W. W. Carter of Lakeland, I Democratic Club dance in the new August 1 to August 31 on Mondays Climbing a near-by latter to the
and Mrs. Inez Cook of Miami i Legion home here Friday night. roof of the
t Wednesdays and Friday In building housing Bryant's '
Tues Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I
Stump spent, Rennolda Mrs. J. W. :Morgan will haves were recent guests of Mrs. Florrie I Mr. Avent is state president of Taylor County from August 1 to and Cmmetl's Hardware
spent the week-end in
ID Gainesville7 visiting relatives.Mr. Frostproof her guest too the summer: Wills and Mrs. Sallie Tison. the organization, and Mrs. Hill Isvicepresident ) August 31 on Tuesdays, Fridaysand Store he walked along the edgeof
for the Second Congressional
t months Ur -
niece Miss Margaret Sundays. These seasons are the roof to the rear attic ventilator -

t Clark of Tampa fat rtheL Thomas, of Tampa. .1 Walter McDonald, Jr.. left Mon- District. 'open to all qualified hunteri. which was covered with

Green. and Mrs. O. M. Copps are screen. Cutting this out with a
t of Jnman 'n day for St. Augustine where he Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned Deer may be hunted in Collier
spending a while at the cottageon :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daugh- sharp instrument' he was able to
lv'S. accepted! a position with the County Tick Quarantined area
>\ Wednesday after three
Kingsley Lake. ters, Miss Mary Brownlee and spending gain entrance to the attic and
of Brooker was Engineering Department of the (Collier County Breeding Ground)
m j I, c Cone Madge Brownlee weeks in Green Cove Springs with
spent Wednes- descended Into the cafe
t of Mr. and Mrs. M. Florida East Coast Railway. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. from July 1 to October 31. and In the
ent guest day in Jacksonville. '
In the
skylight kitchen. He made
t Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneywere and Mrs. J. B. Mills. Mrs.j addition to the regular hunting
area _____ his exit by cutting the screen of
visiting friends in High Thomas home license !i special license which
Mrs. Frank Bryan and daughter, was accompanied by
Patsy Ruth the window
Wainwright left pantry and foot-
;; R. C. Buford spent Springs Saturday I costs $5.CO Is required which can
end Mrs Wednesday for a visit with her Dorothy, Mrs. Dave Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Mills and family, prints below this window Indicatedthe

' !ay visiting relatives In Jack- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. two children, Mary Lou and Billy, who spent the day here Miss only be purchased from the County thief a man to be wearer of
fclle. Mrs. B. M. Fuasell of the State T. Clark, in Miami. and Miss Minnie Bessent, all of Edna Mills remained for a longer Judge Collier County. number 10 shoes

Farm wa visiting friends here Ft. Lauderdale are guests of Mr. visit with her grandmother.Miss County Judges have received Police and investigators were
spent licenses for sale hunters Mr.
to ,
A E McKinney Tuesday afternoon. Miss Doshla Smith, a student atMassey's and Mrs W. A. Beseent, Sr. called In but so far have been unsuccessful -
c Lday of last week In Jack- Lois Adkins and A. Z, Ad- Durden said.Conservation.
Business College in Jack- in apprehending the!
kins, Jr., left for I Officer Durden
'Ue. Misses Juanita Barefoot and sonville was visiting friends here The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Thursday burglar, believed to be the same
visit in Fountain, N. C., be- Monday discovered and seized a
Myrtle Mae
Surrency spent Tues- during the week-end. sharp-witted fellow who robbed
7 rge"B Flynn spent the first day in Jacksonville. foot Miami.are spending there this week in fore going to Greenville, N. C.. fish trap in the Sampson Lake the cafe March 22, 1938. and
in Tallahassee on While they will attend where will tour. Canal! lie remarked with '
e week they join a study a sly
Miss Myrtle Mae Surrency of the of Mrs. again last April 19.
less.Is Dottle Sue is the wedding Light-I On the tour they will visit Wash smile that the owner could have It I
Biggs of Tampa Is the
guest guest of her uncle foot's Miss Jane --- ---
sister ington, I). C., Annapolis, Md., back If he would come In and
grandmother Mrs.
O. J. Grif- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. On SaleA
,, Arthur Rigdon of Jackson- fin, in St. Augustine. Barefoot, and family. I Boston, New York, the World's "pay the charges.'* (However Mr. Tags
Is spent the week-end here with Mrs John Glover and Miss Fair, Canada, Niagra Falls and Durden can't fool us, because we change of orders from head.

other of Interest. know It's the law to be In quarters put half-year auto tags
Louise Steel of Los Angeles, Calif. points against
George Flynn, Jr., is spending Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andersonand on sale here Monday Instead of
-- last Thurs- possession of a flab trap!)
this week in were overnight guests
as the Miss Ruth Rowe attended
it Mrs H. V. Knight and a Mrs Mrs. Vonda waiting until July 1, as had been
and guest of Luclan day of Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid at Brady Bryant
Gray. houseparty on Lake Palestine near
Knight spent Tuesday in her summer cottage on Kingsley Inman, Mrs. Florence McKinney, CARPENTER previously announced They may
[ Oluatee last weekend.Mr. .
be obtained at the office of Tax
onville, Lake. Mrs. Lois Mayes, Mrs. L. S. Hutto,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mason of
Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Mrs. Vergle WINS CONTESTPowell Collector C. A. Knight
Miami were! guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis of I .
and son, I Iowell. Miss Faxon Miss
B. ,
F Is. George Flynn Flynn, Dorothy
and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. Miami, on their way to the Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wall and Carpenter, proprietor of Court SoonThe
spent last WednesdayfcJla. Vonda Inman, Ovleda Thomas, Conntu
World's Fair, were guests Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Long of
Sundayof the Rexall Drug Store here, got
I Thelma Manning, Hazel Thomas, next session of County
II Mr and Mrs. Edward Barber of Mrs. J. W. Morgan.Mrs. Tallahassee and A. E. Wall Jr., of the "thrill of a lifetime" Wednesday -
I Mrs. Bertie McKinney, Mrs. Kd Court will convene in the courthouse
Tennille, Ga., were guests Sundayof Jacksonville last
were guests
bert Blair and R. L. Summersala Prevatt, Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Mrs morning when he opened one here July 23.: County Judge
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. R. wek-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
of Western Union's familiar yellow
( were guests last week of Virgie Burkadale. Mrs T. J. McIntyre ii:. K. Pt-rryman said Monday So
A. Green attended a party in Lake Wall. and discovered that he
i Griffis I Mrs. Ethel Chambers, Mrs. I' far there lire no cases on the
John Powell has returned after Butler Tuesday afternoon given Rosa Goodman, and Mrs. Maude had won an "all expenses pnid" docket to come before the court,
enjoying a trip to Key West and by Mrs. D. T. McGlll. L. A. Rennolds returned to his
trip to the World's Fair.
p Smith attended the Andrews participated in the Wood- the last /session of which was held
other points on the East Coast. I position in Richmond, Virginia,
Last fall, Rexall headquarters In
r' (ndlBt Conference in Tampa i l man Circle memorial exercises for January 24.
Martin Struth left for after spending the weekend .
Sunday Boston announced that a free trip
Mrs. Emma Freeze in Gainesville ---- --- -
tmrsday Mrs. E. Li. Biggs will spend this Pensacola after enjoying a month's here with Mrs. Rennolds, who Sunday afternoon. would be awarded In each of the

Carrie Smith of Ocala Is week-end in St. Augustine as the visit here with his parents, Mr. accompanied him as far as Jacksonville 48 states to their dealer makingthe

a. guest of her mother, Mrs. O. J. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Miss Amy Moore will leave Wednesday highest percentage of Rexalt I
:cat of her sister, Mrs. Effie
Griffin from Jacksonville for the miles in relation to hIs gross sales. HAZARDS

tills week. Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Talla-! Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence has returned National Convention of the Wood- In this way, small dealers were on .. I

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter hassee spent last week-end here from a stay of several man Circle and the World's Fair. an equal footing with the largestIn jFive

Sara, spent Friday In Brookeras with her mother, Mrs. W. E. months in New York, Boston, and She will be accompanied to New the country, DISABILITY

A guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Torode, at Kingsley Lake. Washington, D. C. She Is now York by Miss Abbie Holden, of "Rexall salesmen had told me TfjDBATlFIIAIIOLU

COLLEGE Osteen. staying at her summer home on Jacksonville, state manager of the that I was in the running, but

I Miss Janice Lucile Tatum of Kingsley Lake. Circle, and Mrs Milton Long, also that didn't keep me from having

EDUCATIONll Mrs. C. E. Johns and her house Jacksonville is the guest of her of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ruby a few extral palpitation of the

ID tw wont. guest, Mrs. A. J. Williams of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Jesse Causey and daughter, Raymond of Starke. Mins Moore heart when I opened that telegram -

' $150,000. TbowruKl of to.lighted Cocoa, are spending today In Jack- J. Davis, at Kingsley Lake. Miss Maude Cameron Causey, of was a winner in the World's Fair ," Mr. Carpenter said. O. WALL, At wy
the cduoflm parang' ud are Ami nudes of sonville. Surman, N. C., were guests Tuesday Campaign for the Woodman Circle lIe, has not yet been notified

their duldraa ihratich" th._ Mrs. W. E. Knight and son, Kay night of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. and will receive many honors for when the trip will begin, but when Reliance Lifo Insurance eo....

chance Educator PolicytimtlmMfftmltmf Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Myer and Knight, and Mrs. Alice Jones of [Powell, en route to their home her work while attending the Fair. he does go, he will be accompaniedby puny of 1'lIt.IIIrll'I I

"" daughter, Miss Carol Jean, and Bunnell were guests of Col. and 1 II from Key West. Mrs. Raymund will remain in I Mrs Carpenter o'

Mrs. Herbert Tompkins of Tampa Mrs. D. E. Knight Tuesday. New York for an extended visit

>LD C. WALL Agency :spent Saturday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and with relatives. :

once Life Insurance<< Company !Mr. and Mrs.: M. F/'Hazen. They Mrs. A. J. Williams and son, the latter's brother, L. B. Bees of -

of Pittsburgh were en route to the World's FairIn Charles, of Cocoa arrived yester Raleigh N. C.. and sister, Mrs. New Caution Signal

New York. day for a two weeks' visit with Irene Johns of Mayo, ("pent Sun- The former yellow caution light : Tip Top GroceryFRIDAY
--- -
Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns. day in Tampa with their mother, at the Intersection of State Roads )I

Mrs. L. A. Dees. 13 and 48 was replaced last week

NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and --- with a larger sign light reading AND SATURDAY SPECIALSJune

daughters, Miss Harriet Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newsome i Itn large red letters onIll four
Unless I'm badly fooled this here
and Nina Bishop, and son Harold, spent Tuesday In Jasper with re- sides, "SLOW." The painting was 23rd & 24th. 1939
4th of July Celebration of the spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. latives. They were accompaniedhome I prepared by Dill ParkerUJmiT'RDS ,

opening of the Farmers' MarketIs i ----.-_- by their nephew, James Mc-

: .. goin to be sunipln ele. Good Mrs. A. A. Durden is spendingthis Call who will upend the remainderof Large Fancy Lettuce 2 for 15c

,.. old barbecued beef and what goes week in Savanna, Ga.. as the the week here. Ii I- ,

h with It, cold lemonade or hot oof- guest of her son and daughter-in-
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden. Mrs. A. M. Darby attended the I
fee, bicycle race, fireworks anila .
furneral services in Gainesville i Sun Kist Lemons dozen 15c
good time square dance. I
Miss Jean Davis and Miss Mar- I Tuesday of her sister. Mrs. P. H. ,
111 out of the bicycle
think stay
jorie Mathews are attending the Dowling, who died in Atlanta Sunday f f8ALJ
races but I'm practlcln' up for| Con- I at the home of her grandson IIIIE !
Presbyterian Young People's : suB
caller that square sez "All dance hand, and round"when lookOMSAWYER" that I ference In Rockledge this week. Dowling Leatherwood.Friends ( BANANAS 4k. 15cJ.Y'

tit feet
-- -
0 Friends of Bryan Harrell will of Mrs. N. D. Wainwright FOR < CHEAP 33S acres VEn SKIN

he has Jr., will be glad to learn good land.
be glad to learn that recovered pasture Plenty .

from a tonsllectomy per- that she Is recuperating at her young timber. Will sell all or Yellow Onions 3 lbs. lOc

. 0 formed In Gainesville last week. home after being confined to St. part. See W. II, Graham at J or ,

Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville M. Alvarez Store.

IPPAREI, FOR BOYSSHIRTS" Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. and following an operation. I COUNTRY ROLL HluOK"'fIo
) WANTED; TO BUY cows and
Mrs. F. A. Canova of Gainesvillewere
guests Sunday of Mr. and Friends of J. J. Rigdon will hogs. Market prices paid on nil BUTTER CHEESE
. grades J. D. ODOM, box 247,
I Mrs. G. L. Patten in Tallahassee. regret to learn that he is seriously
111 in St. Vincent's Hospital in Starke, Fla. 3-31-lyrp found Pound
) well made and patterns tare Mrs. Harry Freeverger and two Jacksonville. Mrs. Rlgdon and. FOR SALE CHEAP Improved

' I good children of St. Petersburg arrived Miss Eva Rigdon have spent the I varieties Puerto Rico sweet potato 27c 18c

W1'Ites'> and Fancies this week to spend three weeks past week with him there. vines 12 per thousand, and

with her mother Mrs. Frank Lee. I Missionary strawberry plants j
I The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Light- $2.50 thousand. amount. i
per Any
) 85c'AJAMAS ; \ Thomas N. Bush of Hot Springs, I foot returned to their home here LEON DICANDIO, Rt. 2, box Best White Bacon pound 9c

I jt.H Ark., arrived Monday to spend the last Wednesday from the Baptist 254, Starke, Fla. 5-28 4tp ,
remainder of this month with Mrs. Assembly in DeLand where Mr.
: at Kingsley Lightfoot wan an Instructor. Mrs. I'OH SALE Cl1EA1'-over one
u Bush and children
d Lake. Lightfoot was secretary of the as million Improved variety MII *- Best Smoked Bacon pound 12cJewell

3 sembly. I aion&ry strawberry plants by ,

e ft what your boy will)) Mrs. Tolbert Black and -- --- the bed or by the thousand. See ,
Mr. and
like t of :Macclenny were Mr. and Mm Calvin Johns and | Mlllard R. Judd, Starke. Florida,
Made son, Jimmy Lard pound 9c
1 Like Dad's guests Sunday of Mrs. Black's nelces, Mlnse Margaret and 6mo.pFOR ,

Sizes 8 to 16 parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Georgia Gllpln left last week-end SALE -- Two-horse mower

for a month's vacation In Alabama machine (DeerlngK; a onehorsecart PURE CANE nr4UE nOSE

$1.00 Mississippi and Missouri In with tires and tubes: a one-

e'y' H. L. Speer and daughter, Betty, I Santa Missouri\ they will be the horse wagon ;and pigs. James SUGAR RICE
1 Mrs.Speer's time of Mrs.
of Pahokee are guests of [ guests for some Peterson, Starke Fla Itp
and sister John's father, B. F. Glasgow.
; :5 Pounds I 5 Pounds :
and Mrs. R. A. FOR SALE Porto Rico potato

MERSUITS Congressman 1 Congressman and Mri. R A. vines at $1 per thousand. Roy
4 Green.
jt --'- Green and small son, Robert Kalch, Hampton, Florida. lip 23c 1ScSWIf'T'S

E N" & Miss Madge Middleton left Wed- Alexis, of Washington, D. C., are
I GABARDINE FARM FOR SALE- -40 acres land,
og Pants or nesday morning for Greenville, N. spending some time at their home 34 acres cleared and stumped, PREMIUM: Milk Nut or CuoJene Comp. !
will Join a study here. Congressman Green will return I
where she
r art Looking C., 8 acres new bottom land. Splendid
remainder of the to Washington the latter partof
i Tailored tour for the this week to resume his official I cropper house, good well of MILK MILK

summer. water nice pair of mules, farming I
but Mrs. Green and son ;j -II
LINEN Tom SAWER Abbie Harley and Miss will remain here for the summer. tools. Cole pUnter, mowing TaU Can Tall Can lF lFSc
bliss machine, good single wagon, 30
-' Ouilda Marie Thede of Lawtey bead fine bog, full good crop Sc
) $2.98 leave tomorrow for a two Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daughter I
Will sell cheap If'
weeks' visit to New York and the Dorothy, of Plant City, Mrs.L. .
sold at once. Part cash, some I

GABARDINE NO-BELT NO-BUTT_ World's Fair. M., of DeSha Wildwood and ,daughter Mr. and, Marjorie Mrs.- terms. See D. O. Kelly, Starke 6-21, All Bread or Rolls 3 for 25c
Fla. P. O. Box 683.
$3.95 Esther Ruth Strange W. W. Page and eons, Billy and ,

PA, IA MAC of Sanfordare Martin of Lake City, Mr. and I
and Nellie Cunningham FOR SALfc!;!-Porto Rico sweet po- TIP TOP
I spending two weeks at Kings- Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter tato vines. Mrs. Ida Sweat, UED TOP

IT PAYS TO BUY AT ley Lake with their uncle, J. F. Fredricka, Mrs.\ Frank Bauk- Route 2, Starke. Itp TEA

Klckliter. night and daughter, Jane Merrill!, COFFEE lb. -______ ESe '
1 Mr. and Mrs William G. Struth FOR RENT-An upstairs apartment

Mrs. Effle Johns and sister Mr. and children, Shirley, William, five rooms and screened I'a ka.reIOc

Smith of Ocala who Is her and Nan all of Jacksonville were porch. Private entrance. Also !

I Carrie this week, spent the weekend guests last week of Mr and Mrs. ,garage. See Mra. W. J. Epper Gold Top Coffee. Jb. 18c
I guest
in Hawthorne with their netce.Mr W H. Struth and Miss\ Kate I son Jr., or Mrs. Ceo Anderson.

I Struth at Klngiley Lake. fro
i .. F. W.



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TheLetter ILA In Tobacco
I 1 FARMERS SECTION I Box Gainesville Florida's pecan FACTS IN SHOUT PARAGRAPhS .

and the
condition, Florldli'slargl'\, ,
GROWERS I I"I' crop Is In good .. \ ""I' I"'
d NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD yield should be about the same as NEW BRIDGE OPKN located ut Live ''I., lIIuk'
G. 11. Blackmon, CAMP: FOSTER: LOST 'InSk.1
last year's says Springs, About plans to care fn i." ,
EDiTOR:: the Worthington
DEAR with the Florida Plans for ("]*' 'I
Jacksonville .
culturist I'
41 Editorial of your June 16th pecan last Saturday the new $44, ever grown m ',,
; tforttoHousehold Your Station. I advanced noon I t'!' ..
Experiment far I'
too '
m Agricultural are 1
to all who do naval air base at Worthington Springs {
challenge 000
iHSue Is a there will bridge seventh large
RURAL he points out for w.ai )11",, ,
However, Saturday,
not see as you do. There Is great it was learned on State Road 49 was opened to ; lit
likely be heavier total production nearing completion. ) ,1(11, .
Rooseveltilnce The
another step
COMMON SENSE Harm done by President the West. Camp Poster to be saved. traffic, marking "I ('
COTTON FOR 1939 his Induction In office. In of a larger crop In reservation will have to away from horse and buggy days. six operated last .\, .,, ". ..ng I
Mr. Roosevelt Isnot Florida's commercial productionin military constructed by John tended to double J it I,
SPUDS JOHNSON the first place 1,500,000 be moved elsewhere. In Washington The bridge, \ ttn,
By Club girls In clothing projectsmay a. Democrat and does not stand 1938 was about that Friday, members of the air Mackler and Company of Chicagoand All local floors", ;\ .: I" -tzt
IS opportunity to see Democratic principals and pounds. Blackmon says with of- Tampa, is 475 feet long 24 'n*lJag'
GOOD MILK COW have an for western part of base authority conferred ay experienced op. ? ,
ASSUMING RIGHTFUL some of thin season's newer cot- your considering the Precedent conditions in the than ficials of the Navy department. It feet wide, of latest type concrete vho have Ilk

PLACE IN FLORIDA tons made up into summer dressesin established by the Father of our' the state are better this the year eastern was proposed that other lands be and steel construction and presents spent mm; ", .ik 1/1

traveling exhibits. The Bureauof Country George Washington as to last, while those in substituted for Camp Foster. The a marked contrast to the two Marketing of bright im ,lobit!

The good milk cow Is gradually; Home Economics of the U. S. i third term as mere folderolI belt are not so good. Navy department, has definitelysaid old steel truss bridges built by the Vith the increased tarlltle| tI

and steadily assuming her rightful Department of Agriculture has t feel is presumptlous on your With higher United States yields no. Roanoke Bridge Co., which have season the increast-ci

Important position in Florida been studying cottons on the !>art. Your reason One "Because '.n prospect for this year, he believes -I I served to cross the Sante Fe for Florida can be easily ''crelge
well to ana
will do
:farming. counter and selecting those that his) Is a Doctrine of Accompllsh-I that growers__ the past 31 years. sPt
making UAnIA attention tO ROAD PATROL.
health -- _
Insofar as the general 4-H club girls will enjoy nent. give particular .
of rural and urban to this lems connected with profitable Governor Cone Dean of warehousemen
and welfare. and wearing. He has accomplished up RAMPANT
milk cow He says the said Saturday the organization of I'Jo ACE RIVER Live Oak Is Jeff J
people are concerned, the Ginghams seersuckers, nuzzy food day only one thing he started disposal of the crop. rozan > U
Is the most Important animal In cottons, cheviots, and slub broadcloths out to end the Depression pecan stabilization program put the State highway patrol createdby Arcadia, Rain-swollen Peace year joined In a pHtn.rshp, :
value of the federal gov- the 1939 Legislature must wait which took one life at Lee Knott and ,.,
our agriculture. The are all good for daytime :,auaed by the public going into into operation by River puroh <(! ,Ih'lll
food the season was until the sale of State drivers'licenses Wauchula yesterday, was rising held
ormerly Nut
milk as an almost complete dresses for street or sports wear. debt more than the taxes could ernment after I by Smith, Th.will .
is recognized now more than ever Checked ginghams are being used he has failed dismally so farn under way last year was a great begins In October." "You slowly here Saturday, and covered operate the Smith floor
jay; in preventing dlsasteroua cant swim without water, commented ; of State Road 220 lead veil the
before and rightly so. I for town suits and shirtwaist every attempt we still have our aid to growers a portion as large brick 81!.
Urban people of Florida. are now' dresses, and. in fine qualities, Depression; we still have our unemployment prices. The Pecan Stabi- the Governor, pointing out I ing to Sarasota. Arcadia, on the marketing warehouse which II

obtaining their milk from the for summer evening frocks. and although we lization Association set minimum 'that the only funds for the patrol east side of the stream, was not ng doubled in size his Bell!
the state has even different grades and will from the annual licenses II but waters inundated Both Cozart
:finest dairy animals Striped and plain chambrays are ould: not collect taxes enough to prices for come endangered and Knott iiav, f
had. In Ita hl tory. And, it is In- also good for summer sports wear. the interest on our county sizes and offered to by any pecanson I to be sold for 50 cents each. The I a large flat area southwest of owed tobacco for mam yesl,
them to know jay market at those figures. Governor's office has been flooded reaching automobile 3ozart will be in .
deed edifying to Some of the chambrays picked out and municipal bonds. He has increased the the town, Liv oak tor h

that. dairymen are making persistent by the Bureau are for shirt or i'. our National debt from I However, growers who could dis- with applications for the 60 patrol I running boards along the high- seventh year thi. sales 8e

efforts to produce milk of blouse tops to be made in one ,sixteen billion dollars when he pose of their crop at higher prices jobs, but Cone said no action will way. The State Road Department while Knott will .',,turn tar l
Recent sales to sell to commercial be taken until he is ready to set both sides of the econd
even higher quality. with plain-colored chamb ray 'went into office to forty-three were at liberty placed men on year's operationH.

of purebred dairy animals Indicate skirts matching the dominant color billion today and has put a tax buyers. up the organization. I flooded area to warn motorists. W. Gauchat welknow'

that most Florida dairymen are In the waist. on practically everything we use. Under the program receiving I Stakes were driven along the rator throughout the belt wt

eager to Improve their cows and There are many unusual color Last year the Income and Decedent stations were set up by the Pecan SHORT OF GOAL I roadway to mark It. A heavy with his sons Hal and Louis CI

their milk products. Improved and four percent Association at various Week which rain fell and the waters continued will
records combinations in the ginghams tax alone was Stabilization Young Democratic I hat, operate three bOll8el,
equipment, methods<< and seersuckers this year-raspberry, of our total income besidesa points throughout the pecan closed at midnight Saturday revealed -I their slow rise of one Inch an 939, will be in Live Oak for the

now being tined on dairy movement.farms wine, tomato, and brick, with odd hidden tax on about forty of our belt of the Southern states.VANDERBILT. 1 that the Young Democratic hour. The crest of the flood was I Ixth year this summer The Cs

Indicate this forward green and blues, and lovely yel necessities. I Clubs of Florida had reached 40 I I expected Sunday afternoon. hat name Is prominent In tohar
More than ever before, and lows. Most of the ginghams and Your second reason: "Becausehe per cent of the goal of 13.000 new co circles. The third floor tor U
are students of their duringthe seersuckers can be bought at retail haa done better with the problem Miss Vvlma Norman, Cor. members, according to first reports LOVELORN LETTER Irm is now nearly complete* It
much of the cents yard. obtained from all congres- will be ready far in ,
has resulted for 39 to 58 a than any other living man. I BACKFIRES Advance
past few years voiles and passed through any Norman of Malone was sional districts with several of the he market's opening
investigationand Printed and plain If I had never G. C.
from examination their assiduous of milk and Its lawns are in high favor for dress-I other depression and seen our visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.F. larger clubs in the State yet to I Tampa-A to a nationally Tampa's syndicated husband'sletter Large twin warehouses wr

and distribution. ier afternoon wear. Many people snap out of them without M. Norman here Monday after notify State headquarters of theprogress him milt here last year i b" Smo!
I production treated to make i interference T could _: made. Leon County. has lovelorn column backfired on and Calhoun
University of Florida Col- voiles have been Governmental ..vv.ft.. \ and went into the Brothers n naa:
The In Circuit Court
lege of Agriculture haa fostered them crease resistant. Some of I say the same, but the depression Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and I the distinction of leading all clubsto record as a part of the evidence amiliar throughout the brig-

and stimulated this movement fora the lawns have a starch less finish during Mr. Cleveland's last administration Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and date in the number signedup In his wife's suit for divorce. leaf belt. John Smothers!! It

and progressive dairy In- io that after they are laundered and again in 1905 to their children of Vanderbilt were having reported 1202 as of ack Calhoun will have penn.
he "I
great the I' Wrote : no longer my
dustry In the state and it is mod- 'they look the same as before. 1907 In some ways was worse than picnicking at Kingsley Lake Sun- midnight Saturday. This wide gives marginto wife and I have fallen in love- barge of the twin floors fur tht
of the assistance and the exhibit dresses that this was and it was overcome Leon County a second season.
Among day. another
proud and
estly truly-with
and at infinitely lead the Group B division, and
guidance It baa given to the individuals will go to 4-H gatherings this much quicker This community was saddenedby all indications a lead overall girl. What shall I do?" It seems All are now on the ground

who make up the Indus summer there Is one of dark-blue less cost. the death of 12-year-old James from the wife's petition said the wife ic ting growers topiesemth 8C
In the State,
try. It gives unstinted credit to dotted, crease-resistant voile, Your Third reason: "His sincere Alvarez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ru- clubs for new membership en- had read the lovelorn column too, antages of Live Oak as a mark

the dairymen themselves for the trimmed with a daintily tucked effort to champion the under fus Alvarez, Saturday afternoon. quota said. and she noted the letter signed ing center. With two seta of bI,

progress that has been made, for white front frill, collar, and cuffs dog." It certainly Is not the man Funeral services were at Conner rollment, it was with the same initials as her hus ers and added floor space It I b II

without their wholehearted coop- For a younger girl, there's a yellow who is given a few days) work a cemetery Sunday afternoon. 0 band. From the details she figured ected sales this season wllurpass i f

eration this progress would not nubby cotton jumper skirt week, as those men after 8 years Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and I'RES.-ELECT LEAVES MIAMI I. that she must be the unwanted those of lastDon't year
.. .. .
DIUUBC, 111 .I* better off today than they Jose Felix Estl-;
:nave been effected.The I wun a aoueu nwiss yci are no little son of Worthington Springswere Mlaml-Gen. wife. She confronted her mate
college has also consistent low and red flower print. were 8 years ago and no prospects visiting relatives here Sun gambia, president-elect of Para- with the clipping her petition set

brought out the necessity for a Other 1939 cottons that appealto of being any better off In another guary and. minister to the United forth, and he admitted he wrote PLAY With Malaria
or two on every If the same plans are carried his election left for
good milk cow clothing specialists as practicalare ft years day.F. and son Russell States before the letter. A separation followed
thai M. Norman
farm. It has pointed out flowered dimities, sheer brown on, so we can't say that it section were visiting South America on the Brazilian immediately and later today's di Malaria is one of the world'
essential to the good health anda working man that he bas Norman of this He flew to Puerto -, It is lIoth
milk Is lacy voile with white flowers, was the A. A. Edwardsand Clipper Sunday. vorce. Filed also as evidence i really bad scourges :
and that it is Impractical But let us see who the Mr. and and from with. If have Milan
of the family fine dark-blue mercerized helped. Monday.Mr. Rico from the columnist's answer to the to play you
and inconsistent for a suitable for undersllps.The I "under dog" really was and: how family of Brooker and there will go to Brazil, the Argentine -I husband. It said "Be- do something about it. For ot
Norman puzzled : I
milk when II the capital and Mrs. Levy 70 Wintersmith's
family to buy he helped. It was and before proceeding years
farm was Uruguay
season's white cotton fab- Velma and Gloria of I lieve me, you are in a hot spot. been by million
.Can have Its own cow and product and shadow- let of Wall Street who had a lot daughters, to his capital at Asuncion for I .. __ L AAftt6 ..
include crinkled in Jacksonville .jvuuions 01 people' caa
shopping >eo p le
milk at a much cheaper cost thar print organdie, as well as plain of money and no place to lend it, Vanderbilt were I his i inauguration early in August.The wrong. Get a bottle today, it

it can be bought In the country. dotted Swiss, eyelet and all Towns Counties and Saturday.Mrs. general carried with him CHARMING GUEST HOUSE see for yourself. For your or
Recent reports and developments organdie, nets and States had quit issuing and selling Beulah Howard of Raiford plans for a new deal for his sake-try WintersmitVs!

have clearly Indicated that embroidery, embroidered bonds and the Capitalist was was visiting her parents, Mr. and his country. Stating it had been Large Cool: Rooms, Excellent '

campaign for good milk cows cotton lace. interest on hla J. M. Manning, of Vanderbilt WINTERSMITH'TONIC
this not getting any Mrs. interesting to study the workingsof Meals, Reasonable Katea
for dunes and for farm families Is money until Mr. Roosevelt begun Sunday. the United States Government

moving steadily forward. It is a X\V INTKKKST RATEPUT I to issue and sell bonds and beganto .- he added. "We do not have the I Mrs. 1%', A. Scott 268 Chestnut

good sign, a trend that can only INTO EFFECT pay the Capitalist Interest on Culling Cord Sale 100 for 8 c.Never same problems, however. Where I Street Asheville, N. C.

result in better health for Florida BY CUKIMT ASSOCIATION his money. That was the "un this low before. Special you have unemployment, we need
farm and city folk. der dog" he has helped. process resembles engra v I n g. new people to do the work that

--. The Interest rate to membersof Your Fourth Reason: "His beinga Many styles to choose from.- needs to be done." I FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Half Price! Ivory plate "In. the Gainesville Production friend of the Poor Man." The Bradford County Telegraph. 0 I Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
formal' 100 for 91 (envelope Credit Association was recently U working on P. I
man who SERVICE
Included), usually 50 for. fl.llrndford .- reduced one-half of one per cent W. A., today Is surrounded by restrictions some of the coming tax payersare Tampa-Additional evidence of: MODERATE PRICES

County Telegraph.SCIIKUCLE R. T. Stroud, Secretary-Treasurer I that prohibit him from not yet born was certainly of Cuban-American
activity a DeWITT C. JONES
has announced. that will better taxation without representation. I I
)JUS : doing anything smuggling ring operating in Florida -
North Bound "This Is made possible," he said his condition. If he tries to starta am surprised to see the organization was obtained in arrest of a Starke, Florida

Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35p. : "by the continued ready sale of'edcrnl garden or farm or gets employment of young Democrats placidlysit boat crew and six aliens, Frank

m., 1:50 p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15 Intermediate credit bank elsewhere on his off days and see themselves and their Hornyak, chief of the Immigration INSURE WITH

p. m., 10:15: p. m.South debentures to the Investing public he Is laid off Or If he has any- children and children's children Border Patrol, said here Sun-
low rates of interest and he Is refused a place on W. sold into Bondage and not raise
Bound bearing thing day. The party, 13 in all, will be JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20 the favorable operating results of P. A. The best jobs are givento their voices against it. There la arraigned before U. S. Commissioner -

a.m..2:2Op.m.5:20.rn.: the Federal Intermediate credit persons who have some political no such thing as borrowing one'sself Paul Pinkerton tomorrow, FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS

U'_' Round to lainuisasee. hnnk.. and the production credit. Influence and they are made out of Debt nor can a drown- .. H_.'_ arrant near
---- Saturday
Leave" Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive associations during 1938." to vote for those men favorableto ing man save himself by wading Fort niter 1De111'1'Myers. "This' is the first 1[U[ Phone 13 STARKE: FLORIDA

Starke 12:35:: p. m. "The new rate will be four and the administration or lose their still further in the deeper water. real break we have had in obtain-

For free pick-up service (with- ne-half per cent per year and as jobs.Your To stop all this extravaganceand ing evidence of activities of the -
Reason: I voted for put our people on their own :
in city limits) phone Lacy Conway usual Interest will be charged only Fifth ring since last November when .
Roosevelt both times he has resources and the American people :
agent. for the period which the members Mr. several aliens were arrested. near
life I never will back we have many -
all come
and In my
actually have the money continued run Miami," Hornyak said. The
Mr. Stroud. "This Is the voted for any other party. I am I times proven It. smugglers bring Chinese and other 0p

BEASLEY & GAY lowest rate at which production still a Democrat, but not a socialist All of our trouble does not come aliens into Florida from Cuba and

I am one who Is not afraidto from National Government' ,
our _
credit has been made available. other islands and agree to send -
Service Station raise voice when I see State Government last
my When
The Gainesville Product ion'' our them to big northern cities for

Credit Association, according to things he advocates violations that are such of year took sixty-two million dollarsout $600 each Hornyak. said.. No Connections _____
violent, flagrant of our seven hundred million
Washing, Polishing, Mr. Stroud last year did a business .
"These equity and justice. Take in our I dollars income or 8.8 percent of Works

Greaslng-Standard "totaling $375,000.00. recent Legislature, the bill passed dur Income from all sources How CURB SERVICE WHISKEY Anywhere,

cans, he said "are and made foragricultural giving to the Rural Electrification long people will stand for such Tallahassee,-Florida law now 1 _
uu rroductsOur purposes repavnents administration the right to violate It matters forbids curb service sales of -
taxation is a question. -
; a.t whn I '
the time i
are made sacred contracts between towns little to me personally as I liquor. Thomas W. Long, State :_: fflLL.
the members Is best able to pay
Jobs done and Power Companies and taking more to endure Beverage Department director,
Creasing are have but a few years ; ,
from the sale of crops, ,,, the 1939'
with the best grease money or other operations financed. Some away from towns that own their this depression and I wantto listed acts passed by alcoholic I .
*, own plants the right to keep them say that I am not a disappointed Legislature relating to
buy the
can loans are made on budget I
law withoutthe
out They pay no taxes, pay foi office seeker as I have not drinks which became
plan in which members get com I
of Governor Cone.
or have any othei favors approval
no right-of-way asked for or expected any
association to
mitment from the
TIlE .:In.:1f2ouda.: restrictions placed on competitive from the Government, either Stateor The so-called curb service bill
advance to them sums covering
the except
prohibits sales by
I certain periods, thus enabling plants. Housing Programs where National.But inside the building which is the YEARS of sctyic
them to be sure of sufficient fundsto His I still believe in the Good
their Life's earnings address of the firm holding a ELEVEN
men put and I Oily
carry them through their agricultural Old Democratic principles sell the
rental properties and pay license. Beer distributors may Superfex,
not there Is equityor
operations and yet do not believe any
the same and must to retailers only for cash and the
taxes on
have to pay Interest on the entire I high justice in giving something for 50 cent deposit made by
taxes to the government that they must require a Burning Refrigerator
amount for the whole season. The nothing.
build and rent houses in for each case delivered. theworld's
budget plan provides for advanc- they can is difference in r Perfection Company,
competition.Your I know there no I Wine may not be acid in containers Store
ling part of the entire amount as I business principles of a Govern- than one gallon. *
His more
Seventh Reason: Physical holding Let
j needed.'' handicap etc; I as a medical ment and an individual, and no Private clubs now may buy whiskey .... most economical modern refrige '.

II man am constrained to believe [ individual business could exist only by the quart or fifth it to with7 free demonstration in unlit, -
LOOKING AHEAD that he not only Is handicapped using the same principles as our gallon and sell It only by the prove you

physically but hja mentality received I Government la using. drink. Laws against moonshiners kitchen.Wide choice of and sizes. Easy terXJJ.
Her Father "I styles
: hope you appreciate !
JACKSOI LLES of tax strict.
a jolt that he did not over Not one dollar were made more

LEADING HOTEL that In marrying. my I come as so many others of these I II should be spent except for legitimate
daughter you are getting a very Governmental functions.To TRAIN SCHEDULE
have done. I
c.p.a at ti L,. big-hearted and generous girl." I I I cases Your Eighth Reason: I firmly I II the follow-the-leader weak- Following is the schedule of

c_,&, I 1I pcool koM' do.iowu to It* Her Fiancedoair. And I 'I believe that he will go down in kneed person who does not reador trains arriving here dally, subject

SUMMER I.ckas.vfl.. esv hope she has acquired those fine I, History as a great man. but that think for himself this may to change without notice: A.
COMFORT ,.. w5 8bmow. qualities from her father." I the coming generations will look sound treasonable. I only feel sad Southbound Due Starke B. CLARKLake

Poe w. ______ 10:33
Exchange awakening will No. 1 (local) p. m
back his administration. the as the day of his
'*..ad Yuwllaa Mud Enry bw I on
with _4 i.uO.ql. worst of all In the United States. be sad Indeed. No, a hundred No. 107 (through) __ 9:21 a. m. City Florida

.. I Our Revolution was fought because time no, not a third term for Northbound Due Starke ,
81,209 No. 2 (local) __,___. 6:15: a. m.
I will not have &
taxation for
I ,opuuJ PSICED I we believe that this man we H. F. D. No. 4
would No. 108 (through) ____ 6:18: m.
his term
COCKTAIL LOUNGE end Cane, reported in tbe U. 8. in 1938 without representation was wrong Government
COFFEE SHOP and they will look back on this I end. If a third, bow about a Starke and Wannee Branch Gainesville Highway TeJ6 ElllsdUe No. 1

Don't Delay 6 6 6 dministration with contempt and fourth, a fifth and on infinitum. No. 101 leave Stark 7 a. m.

START TODAY with say that to saddle this tremendousdebt I A life lone Democrat. No. 102 arrives Starke- 1:50: p. m. .

Psss.-c.tt.- --- ..,..,,-_-M.iI- Ds5a,4e..5 666 Check Malaria la 7 day*. and taxation on them and Dr. :M. B. Herlong. (Dally except Sundays) --- -

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inAfi JL-.NE 23._1939 ____
> ._ __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII.. STAlun._ :.. J'T.nmn._,.Ii.
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:i FEAR MAN'S GREATEST SCOURGE, I Landing-of-De Sot stead! of tht' \usual clearly, .:--defined---- -

Jut'cjtu} SAYS NEW YORK CLINIC streak.A .
) I HEAD 400 Years Ago
I more popular explanation has
the FEAR, according| to Dr. Edward Spencer Cowles. founder of i: Told By Marker been that It is the rushms; of air

Body and Mind Clinic in New York is the most prevalent, I __ into the partial vacuum produced

the most sinister disease in the world. Eight out of ten sur- -Jacksonville.. Thousands of history by the heat of the lightning flash
__ _____ gical operations 1 lovers that makes the
are he from all thundei
unnecessary, contends since many | parts of Flol'gathered Even e'
;j .\pTIST 1 METHODIST rKESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN people suffering from bodily disorders are not sick at all in l I Ida at Shaw's Point near some weather "experts will ex:

A. E.: ".4g1tfoOt Rev. Frank Pastor Robinson Rev. Chaa. H. Allen, Rev. I"r.4 Rector TArk, Jr. Rev. W. T. McQulre the usual sense of the word but simply are victims of, a Bradenton. May 30, coTimemorat- plain that thunder Is the rushing -
PaatorSU t. E. K. Ferryman. Pastor Pastor I broken Ing the 400th together of the air that has
fhom"joOI" Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Supt nervous system. And fear stems directly from this anniversary of the been -
l sunde'J Gen.of Church Superintendent School Mr*.Organist E. M. Davis Miss Or.ran.st Ella J. Sa... Mrs. Ira Wilson loss of nerve cell energy. landing of Hernando De Soto on forced apart by the lightning

sunda", .& 8.1 Church School Church School Supt. Mrs. James Carlisle Sunday 10 o'clock School .---.. the,_ _shores___ of_ Florida by unveil- The best explanation available
t __ _
Aervlca 10 A. M. ; "' .'.f L. ,. _, ., 'n.. .. -'u,-.
Roy Mathews' Services Worship Service < n 'a OJ'The ''''!! Is that the
)lornlnlf eM Mornlnir Wornhlp '<;" + heating of the atmosphere
e 11 A'l" inlnlr Service. 11 A. M.Kvenlni Church School Sunday School Every 2nd Sunday --' ." National
; Society of the
a.pllot r.a 10 A. M. 10 A. M. 11 o'clock a. m. .1A' ; the molecular ionization,
i In.( JI'' P. 111' Worship Sundays ._ 8:00: o'clock p. m. ''i ;) ","If"? ,:"" \. -, Colonial Dames of America In the
) Service 8:00 P. M. n A.. .
Service' : Morning Worship M. Prayer Meeting ,' .... . along the path of the lightning
Evenlnlf (. YoungPatrpU's 11 A. M. Fridays '. ,r; ; State of Florida were In
LOB chargeof
: P. M. '.
prAyer, O Pfu nl' League Meatlngts: Sigma C.t 7:00: p. m. Holy Days-.l A. M. Wednesday 8:00: o'clock Night 'i'J''' >". ., ..' k' ..".. <.'
t .dnt4da3 piafli., 1'001'.111. Prayer 7:00 P.Ueetlnr M. _ _ _ _ _ ,, < : _' 'S : .:': ..'... ,?,:: I were made by Dr. John an explosion) is so violent
r" ?. lecanova Wednesday. 8:00: P.M. MISSION HALL, riirnrii OK riiiiiMT : : R. Swanton of the Smithsonian that a steep compressionwave
( rO'blrector Mrs. F. H. Long. GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Institute
It. powell Organist and Choir Sponsors Sunday School 10:00 who is chairman of the Is sent out. The sudden expansion -
John Chairman Director : by A. M. United States I>e Soto Commission compresses the adjacent
Mr. and Mr.(
.,"rd ot PeaCOOS Mis. E. K. Ferryman, J. T.and Mrs. Worship every Sun and Herbert Latnsnn of air molecules, and this compression
J. T. Quigley
F Kickilter Qulgley day at 11:00: o'clock'
J. Assistant OrKanlst
Evangelistic Jacksonville. Gordon Knowles of wave travels from the
I Service away
Chairman T. T. Long- Assistant Bible Study, each Prayer Meeting
,Ird Dt TrUteO II Choir Director Tuesday evening: 8:00: each day.Jrlrlday and SunThur.day night 8:00: I Uradenton accepted the markerfor source In all directions, like ripples -
.. G. Po'u evening- 8:00: oclockfB I Manatee County. from a pebble dropped Into

The site of the marker Is on top a pond. When thin wave strikes

FRANK ROBINSONIS MISSION II.LLSD F _____ I of an old Indian mound about 200 the ear the sound Is heard. In

? JONES REAPPOINTEDSunday TAKKKNACLK: I reel from the Manatee River. The electric sparks produced In the _

I land was donated by Mrs. Kdward: laboratory the compression wave

\Comments On Here morning services at the A very interesting meeting was Hal lard and family of Went flatten, I II produced have been photographed, _

Hereafter First Methodist Church instituteda held at the Mission Hal Tuesday I In
ind new Conference year with the night. While some of the The marker In monolithic. Compression waves thus !generated
pastor the Rev. Frank Robinson regular I showing De Soto's coat of arms would suffice to cause the

as a book of human in- again filling the pulpit. Mr. Rob- attendants were away there were ... and bearing the Inscription "Near thunder clap, and may logically be _____

EyeD Bible is the most re- inson was reappointed at the recent others who came to fill their I L'- -- ""(j l here Hernando De Soto with his assumed (in the absence of evidence _
st Book In the world. There meeting of the annual Conference seats-but not their places. I Dr. Edward S. Cowles Interviewing a Patient at Hi* Body I men landed May 30, 1S39: Bird begun sole to the contrary to be the _
rkable to ; his march westward to the cause of the sound. .W P.-
serve the Church A and
here pleasant Mind Clinic
- i-. ail.. IftprnturA. more. __ __ _u surprise was in store I I llllllsMlnrkl_ _llt/Af_ *. Thin ,.. Kt'a. bey.
_. mavlrcommemorates -
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the story of the prod- young This la true he maintain, despitethe [ tally and emotionally Irritable. Thisis the 400th anniversary -
The Choir and the Organist as- evangelist. Billy Graham; a singer. fact that pains may be actual the danger mark. A further drop of
I was restless. He slated in the morning service of Mr. Pennlngton, and Mr. Minter and the symptom no real that an to sixty brings him into the neurasthenic shores his arrival'' on the
-. restraint. He want- worship at which time the pastor from the Swan Lake Bible Con- X-ray will often reveal them. In field where he suffers from of Florida.

] He wanted what preached on the theme of "Life's ference were present and each other words. fatigue of the nervous emotional instability. A drop below OUR MILK
Valuables." gave a testimony. Mr. Pennington system can act an an imitator of sixty is the field of melancholia, EVER WONDER
to him. He longed 1 all sorts of disease; it can even where the victim's consciousness is
[ spent grating A report of the Conference was sang a solo. cause blindness deafness paralysis. filled with painful sensations and he WHAT CAUSES
money given by him at the worship servIce Misses Gladys Johnson and crooked arms and withered lens. is beset by fantastic reasons to account -
his appetite !and passion. of the Church School, Mr. Florence Mersereau gave brief What is needed therefore. Is not for them. lie may suffer from THUNDER? fJ

made a mess of his life. He Robinson pointing out the unification -I talks about their experiences at operation but the raising of the a persecution! complex or he may be -
nerve-cell energy back to normal.In haunted by past sins, real or Imagi
lund himself at the. end of hisd. phase of the Conference, telling the "Bible Mission" camp where nary. This is the suicide state. A Until quite recently, no one hada

He was "a down and out- of the action of the Uniting I they spent the past week. Beach the continues April his Cosmopolitan.aeries of "Mod-Rex further loss of twenty points brings satisfactory Idea with regard to Seldom

Multiplied millions of us hu- Conference and the Annual Con- The subject was "The Lord's ern Miracle Men" with an Interview mania. dementia praecox. The mind what causes the familiar clap that Equalled
U ference which has combined the Portion Is His People." God is of this strange humanitarian, Dr. has lost its balance wheel.In follows the flaflh of lightning.
beings have gone the way he membership of the Methodist vitally concerned about those who Cowles who for twelve years sup- the treatment of fear cases, Even today there are some who Never Surpassed
tnt and made the sort of mess I Dr. Cowles employs both medication
Episcopal Church, the Methodist belong to Him. "The eyes of the ported the clinic mainly out of his and the of 1'ecl that the Hound results. In
| life he made. own pocket. Now the patients I power suggestion.
Episcopal Church South and the I Lord run to and fro throughoutthe I' about twelve cents a treatment. The pay Neither he says Is of use without some unexplained manner. from
The redeeming thing about the Methodist Protestant Church into whole earth to show Himself clinic a nonprofit. nonsectarian institution the other for medicine alone will the bumping or rubbing of one PETERSON'S

vdlgal on was that he was able one great body known as the strong In behalf of those whose is the only one of its kindin produce no lasting results and psychological cloud against another.

j see himself. Methodist Church with a total heart Is perfect toward Him." the world and was started by Dr. treatment without medication Nor are all the modern and apepart'ntly DAIRY
(sitting at the root of a tree or membership of 8,000,000.The Christian people are inclined to Cowles to meet the growing need useless.is more than likely to he scientific
After explanations
the medicine has been
the rocks of a hillside he set become despondent at times when for a study of mental and emotional I'
Sunday evening service was disturbances. More than five thousand administered, the psychological unquestionably accurate. For instance -
ell out in front of himself conducted bv the castor at which the circumstances of life do not treatments are given treatment follows. The natient lies the theory hits been offered N'----
------ every
J I looked himself in the face. time congregational 1 singing1 wasa j seem to be favorable to them. But month. on a couch and relaxes. lie then sits I that thunder results from the -

fen are naturally farsighted.ople feature of the service. If they trust in the living God all Dr. Cowles' experiments have led stand up in a that chair what and he Is fears made is to internal under. I I| mutual repulsion of electrons

were studying astronomy On next Sunday morning the ; things will work out for their him to the conclusion that a normal. and not external. He's not afraidof along the lightning's path. This

|J measuring the distance be- pastor will preside over the service good. The experience of Joseph healthy person represents one hundred the subway he's told for exam. sounds impressive, but It I Is open Sunshine S.rvic. bring

ieen the planets before they and will be assisted by the in Egypt shows how God some- units of energy in the nerve pie but of the violent emotions It to obji-ctlons. If such a quantity you CHEAP ELCCTni-

Jlerstood the circulation of the Organist and members of the times takes the evil that we do cell. No one of course has a perfect excites In him. The final step Is to of repulsion exists we should expect CITY, the "Dig"... Bar
IOd. There is no hope for a Choir. A cordial Invitation to unto His chosen and makes it score but a. long as the figure: make him do the very thing he's II. to find the lightning spread
doesn't drop below eighty there's afraid of doing: take him for a ride gala 1st Town" and ia
finer work out to His
he his
as long as justifies both glory. into brtishllke
the Sunday morning and out a discharge Ineo..n -
nothing to fear. As It rears eighty, on the subway and analyze his teel.. mad. possible by
nlng. evening services as well as to the The mounting evil of today. The iwever. a person becomes nhviiCIIIJKCH ) Ings squarely to his face.

h I 8 world_ _In_ fllloit u____ with__ n__ "htirk-___: __ Phnrch____ _: __ _School nn __ nnd____ the____ pveninir. .nn_ nnnnsltInn- to- true- Phrlstlan' -- livlnfiri- I ............... .., ..Cs .............Ir'I'b. ...... ............ trained courteous employes
,sers. "I have bad blood In meeting of the Young People Is that Is manifest not only by the TAX IIKKII who arc anxious _
world OF CIIKIST I I Green N'OTICR( I IS IIKIIKIIY: fllVLO.V.Tliitt ,: to assist
'My environment hasn't most cordially extended. but by many so-called Iluys ProperlyArthur Hnliy I A. MimlitKue, h..II..r, of you.
".5 i right. "I was weak." "I am Prayer meeting service will be Christians. The Increasing Infidelity I Services for the Church of I B. Williams 4.5 of 'ra a I I'nrtirU'ntn No. ilill: 'lgttsithe
| good as the church people." "I conducted at the usual hour on and Atheism Is nerving to Christ will be held Sunday at 3 proprietorof 4th., day ot July A. 1) 11137\ ha.Vile.l .

no worse than other folks." Wednesday evening the pastor strengthen the spiritual lives of p. moo in the American Legion I the Hotel Magnolia here, announced I uiiil,: ,,Mnlil, application cortirifiitw! :I ; In for my ta 1 office duml (

I How many times I have" heardse bringing: the message of the serv- God's children who worship Him building onVellt Call Street. this week the sale two I i to wltli I li" ImiiKMl law. th Ha..r 1.1<*,,"iirllflfatiiin I In' I un'i.nlnnro., -

statements! Not one worde ice. A welcome awaits you at truly: and sincerely.The Harry Pickup who has just closeda weeks ago to H. A. Green of the liriii', ** tha fiilluwlnir, clnm-rlliHil. "property -

this fell from the lips of the. these mid-week devotional services opposition of worldlings and two-week's meeting here result- 15 foot by 105 foot lot on Cull I |.lorlila ultiiatfiil, to-wlt In lirnilfonl l.otM ItilKht(;'utilityi a rJ
from 8 until 8:30 o'clock each ing In sixteen additions to the Street between Hrynnt's Cafe and ,
ji'JIgal *on He blamed nobodyt : Nlitii'f lilni-k I HI l.lvlfiirxlon, Truliy
their hatred of the life
|t himself Wednesday night. separated church will conduct the Sunday the offices of Knight and Knight.: M CO'K. Ailillllon. I.. Kliirk.. in WV.of !.,.
is for
no hope NI'llHer(: 2S .
Towimlilp II H"ulh.H."e
of believers is the highest compliment I
{sinner until he reaches the pointcheo On next Monday the pastor in service. The University Churchof Since purchasing the lot three 22 Kant.:

by the prodigal son when company with a large group of they can pay. Their favor Christ In Gainesville' Is sponsoring years ago from K. S. Matthew, Tl.. HnuuKMiiu'iit(thn nitlil rortlflralc of HUM. .|iriip|.qjoJvgt. nymiller PI,

saw himself as he was and Intermediates will leave for Camp would be an Indication that the the work here. and the publicIs I Mr. Williams hud been using It % In the niiinn, of UnknownITnl4HN

lIlea nobobdy but himself for i Foster for the week. These Young Christian Is not living close to invited to attend the meetings. : as a Call Street entrance to bin .,alilrtIfIfHtt. I Hindi. I h.. __ __
I 1..1" l fin onllnif I to law, tuxrliitut ,
i degradation and shame. People will enjoy the camp life God. Let none who name the --+ I hotel and nicely landscaped It will I I I |MNIII. I lh ,ntin on tha N LI,., :
I I for the week and will receive religious : Combination ort 'r. 100 culling I with bamboo, flowers and orna- illtV. of July .\ I II l 1D31.!> !. -
will of Christ fear the mockery
I1 arise and go to'my father name I luttnl. Chic. 71''h. 'iluy uf .liinr A i DI99H.
Jil.L will say unto him Father I I| training at classes specialization -I of the God-haters and unbelievers."Be curd, lOt "Informal"*" anil 1'11"-1 mental gates. It Is understoodthat .
II work and through the recreational deceived God Is not mock. only #1.70.-llrndfonl ('0I11t- :. Congressman Green will use 'MiKKIClAI.ll'Al.i I AI "hul11o, .
jve sinned not '
against heaven, and IIOI""H. ( let k of I I'd ,"" "' u-i" 1 ltrsit.ri'nuinty ..
pore thee and features of the Camp. All ed. For whatsoever a man soweth |" the lot for building purposes., Flo II h -I, Ht 1 Ii
am no more .
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Intermediate Young People are -
thy: to be called thy son, makea that shall he also reap is the law
as one of thy hired servants." I i urged to make their plans to at- of God. Let all who would follow .
I1 r dO not know whether the tend this Camp.On I Christ go without the lamp with :- -- ::;: "_ -- ----- I.

Mlgal son wept or whether he Thursday evening the Garfield Him bearing His reproach.TAIIEINACLH ;

11' that resolution with dry Evans League Union will _
'S hold Its monthly meeting in the '
Christianity is not a matter : _
[ tears It is possible to wet the Methodist Church In Melrose. At Because of rainy weather the I _
this time the Union Officers for
>J to hell
{ with tears of human installedby meetings last week were not so _
the coming year will be
potionpVhat j well attended as usual. But there l
the Union Pastor the Rev.
a glorious to be had in )
moment it was Frank Robinson. Officers of the Is always pleasure
en a poor the Word of God.
wrecked ragged studying
Union include Emmett Perryman
ug ry wretch, who had wasted Vice President from the First Next Friday" night the above I

i'Ttune> on riotous living pulled Methodist Church of Starke. A. Z. named visitors who were at the'

dissipated manhood together Adklns, Jr., also of Starke served Mission Hall will have charge of I -

.:"p..aid. ,. 'h"! .will.. go, back to my most acceptably during the. past the service: lit _the Tabernacle... I Ic4t-:: -
win not ask to be a President of the union. Evangelist Billy uranam win oe I
I. J i don't deserve to be a son. I year You as are cordially Invited to attend the speaker. Kveryone: come who I *"
P\111 l ask < -U 1 1t
to be
a hired servant. any and all of the servicesof can and enjoy these young men r
Ilitl: 1 'left him' I asked for my I the First Methodist Church who are working for Christ.I

Now I will auk for mercy. find .--- i \t '
will always a
*ill' IIsk where you j: tli
him for kind of
ce! lie an give any" I was m welcome awaiting you anda I Bible ConferenceThe
me. bplrit of friendship and fellow- _
he I
m father no doubt, was I I ship. Come and worship with us thirteenth annual Lake -II
'Ylng for
:nen. boy that very regularly. Swan Bible Conference will open t -w iiI

l'i"S.1 neari''he'Parental strongest love love Is In the many hu- I RESOLUTION through Sunday Tuesday June! 25. July and 4,continue It was |I I r1Ifr' _

I ,. ever knew. "I love my learned yesterday from Mrs. J T
0\11 _
died sixty years ago as I The following resolution was Qulgley. The Conference grounds 1kt

I did the last time it nests -, passed unanimously by the Starke are beautifully situated between | -, .;*H

)-neaue nead In my bosom" aI' Townsend Club No.1., at the two lovely lakes. Lake Swan and ,
em. grandmother said one regular meeting at 8 o'clock P. Lake Rosa about two mile. east _

t'I' rn stronger than the love M., Thursday June 15th. of Melrose. and are equipped with _
'II' father for a wander- II Whereas: It has pleased Almighty modern conveniences for the com PI

't..I';1I'1IWhe the love of God for God to remove from our fort of guests. There are facilities A

midst our beloved brother and co- for boating, swimming fishing 5-

I '. Ie were sinners. ChristI wOI'ker.V.. H. Ogden of Keystone and other recreational sports.

''s The father did not I Heights and The dully schedule of services _
.i !>n to come home. God \VhereasVe: as a club. regret I beginning July 27 will be as follows ,

f:1:i 1 ':rorce sinners to come to I and realize the serious situations II III : :Morning; prayers 7 o'clock

t th ;' man can fellowship I envolved and wish to pay tributeto fellowship hour 9:45: o'clock Bible |

.,) md walk the streets of the memory of this beloved hour 11: o'clock. Evening: Vespers topauL.andrefresh

", It cloudless sky in brother. 5:30: o'clock. young people'shour

I mtil he lays down his Therefore, be it 7 o'clock, evangelistic service
,'hellion against ood Resolved: That it Is the desireof o'clock.
Plan our 8 I In office workshop factory find big red J
of redemption. this club that we express An imposing array of speakersand or you

'1. ''.tots to save all men. He sincere sympathy and condolenceto family in lecturers will be present, | I' coolers with frosty bottles of ice-cold Coca-Cola I
will wife and .,
the death of any his bereaved them Dr. John McNeil, _
';.m-' "rather all would come this hour of sorrow and loss. Scotch musician and evangelistwho -7 to provide the pause that refreshes. It's a part

And live. But God wants I And be It further has recently completed a 75. ,

r I men m heaven and not un- Resolved: That a copy Maud of this L. 000 mile evangelistic tour that I ---L..L.------ 2$ of good work. LI Iit
There be sent to Mrs.
V.'n was war In resolution took him Into nearly all of the
alone time and God does I Ogden who on account of countries of the world.

dn propoSE We! to say have God rebellion invites there all I asked serious the Illness resignationfrom and operations Those interested Rev. in John attending Minder STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.

1to I which should
in a sense that Is'lfl this club a- Street Tampa.
e. In held. 2310 Jefferson
another sense, it l is not I Ii I office. Mr. Ogden formerly for full information. After -
He No. 1. Florida.
really Invites those who Starke Townsend at
Rev Minder
cZ ""Whosoever will, letj j| J. H. Fields. President June 24 address Melrose Florida. I I -

>* That 1 I. what Cod said. |I Mrs. Mae Fifer, Sec'y.-Treaa. Lake Swan.

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished RODEO 1 r WORTHINGTON GIVEN PLAQUE The blaze was put out before the I I'rles cepted.l ,(n 01, "i If" ,

SHAPING UP __ BRIDGE ,.- ttecognitlmi for an outstandingsales fire-truck arrived by Charles .4 and V .
1877 'e. Fender who discovered the fire executed" T''i;, h \
and merchandising record tractor' bond '' I'tq, U
I The big grandstand, to accotn- Engineer changed the courseOf / while passing by.OriCM successful bldrt. ,/Ih
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class odate the throngs expected at a river In construction of Flor- established during the past five !% TO HlllttRIIA" der'H instance bond within Will, i b.", 'I lied' h Sri I'I

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Kingsley Beach on the Fourth of ida's, newest highway bridge at years has been given Stern's Garage 1. Scaled proposals for the con to the bidder r",,, ,?,, I I th' a 'I
. July Is almost completed, Dan by the B F Goodrich Co., struction of a rural electrical distribution requiredhto (.. : ''K' p
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WOrthington .Springs near system nt,,, ,
Boree. announced Akron, Ohio.A tlon 1111 .. em)I
promoter yes 'concrete and steel "Project") to be financed by a contract with, ",
MEMBER The new
terday. He la very enthusiasticover wall plaque from J. D. Tow, Rural Electrification Administration to furnish a t,7nt .IWisureties
structure the Santa Fee Loan and known an Project "atlnfact, I"""
IMPRESS ASSOO/JKDN the outlook for his Wild West across "
Goodrich president accompaniedby }o'lo..lda-UOt4CI--: will be received and to the RUral K.; 1'1.
Rodeo and states that bucking River was opened to traffic ten personal letter of commen- by Clay Electric; CooperativeAssociation mlnl..traUon.. If', ""If!,",'10
a Inc., (hereinafter. call- I. "" than the "'h", '
._ OflOR4G a I calves will be roped, and men will days ago and forms a link In dation has been forwarded from ed the "Owner") on or before 10o..look' tlon contract pme, mats,, GIIt 11"!
calves wll be roped, and men will Akron and was presented to W. A. M, Eastern Standard T, The OWner
1 E..L. Matthews_____________ ____Editor and Owner wrestle long-horned steers road 49 from Macclenny to Gaines by F. H. Time June 30th. 1989 at Its office. to reject any or all relerVel th et,I
Stern last Friday Clay Drop
ville. No. Keystone Height Florida Electric 'e
-- -- -- -- -- The will begin with Uon, Inc, Cooperntlv,
- ----- program Newman, Goodrich salesman.Sterna which time and place proposalswill Owner.
I SUBSCRIPTION RATE Visitors to known WorthIngton be publicly opened and read. By AlbertUII ,
horse racing at 10 o'clock In the widely Mille '
J Garage has represented 2. The project will be appro"l.mately .- June 18lh. 1939 ,,,
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable fn Advance morning. Any one may enter Mineral Springs who form- this tire company In Starke since 1495 ml lew In length and
horses in this event, and a prize erly dreaded crossing the Santa Innated In Bradford Columbia, Un- [ _
I 1934 and has made consistentlygood Inn, Nashua, Levy Marlon, Put-
MORE THAN A MERE CELEBRATION will be offered to the winner. Fee on the old rickety steel trust sales records. "It is a sourceof nm and VoluKla (Counties In the ._.._. ..
Around 2:30: o'clock in the afternoon bridges can now cross the river State of Florida all an more fully :
Bradford County is actually looking forward to the real Texas cowboys will with speed and safety. While no Mr.satisfaction and Mrs. to Stern's us to efforts know that and described, and In conntructlon the plans, npnclflcntloni. drawings- DR. PARKER I

Fourth of July! "bulldog" wild cattle and otherswill formal dedication ceremonies are accomplishments have been recognized therefore hereinafter referred to.
to ride "Yo-Yo," the fam- of 8. The plans specifications, and !
try the FOR
This might not be such an unusual circumstance if it contemplated proprietors by the sales officials of construction drawings together with 'J .1'GOOD DENTISTRT ,
ous bucking mule. Worthington Springs are planninga all necessary forma and other documents
were not for the fact that Independence Day here, for the : Bathing boating picnic grounds, big day for the Fourth of July our company, Mr. Newman said."This for bidders may be obtained REASONABLE PRICES"
ranks from the owner, or from the own-
past decade or so, has been observed only with what the late i iII tables and bath houses will be and will widely advertise the five-year tire er's engineer. A. P. Michaels at the All Branches of
available at the beach and band event. them with the outstanding latter' office at No. 202 Mayer
E. Lagergren once described as "grand orchestral silence." I dealers In the United States a Arcade Building, Orlando, Florida
music will be DENTISTRYPlates
enjoyed throughout John E. Mackler and Company upon payment of $15.00, or may be
How different from the usual air of boredom is the the day. of and had the position to be proud of" he con- examined" either at the office of the
Chicago Tampa
or of the owner's engineer Crowns,
tense atmosphere of expectancy that permeates the county I I contracts for the bridge and com- cluded. owner$5,00 will be refunded If returnedIn '
1,500 LBS. BARBECUE pleted the structure and good condition within 10 days Bridges Fillings o'n+r '
which approaches ,
today. Everyone is talking about the big celebration after bid opening
j WILL BE PREPARED within 146 days less Small Fire Thursday.The 4. Bidders will be required to X-Rays, Etc nftEr
will be held at the Farmers' Market and from the t nlrDR
everyone than half the time allowed by fire department was called comply with the instructions to

oldest patriarch to the youngest school boy, is planning to (Continued from Page One) contract. To secure soil for the out shortly after six o'clock document bidder, which available are Included at the abovementioned In the- PARKEDDENTAL |

I be there. high fills on the bridge approaches Thursday afternoon of last weekto applicable office statutes. ,and regulation also with., etc.all
home at this time to milk the i across Santa Fee valley extinguish a small blaze be- Including those pertaining; to the SURGEON
Originally conceived by the Rotary Club, this red-letter cows and 'tend to other chores, and to aid in flood prevention a lieved to have started from spontaneous licensing of contractors. Cor, Day and
must be Lure ..
& Each proposal accompanied %
event has grown beyond the bounds of any single organization and get ready for the big dance winding loop of the river was elim- combustion In the vacant by a certified check payable Over the Mo Pit -.\
business that night" inated by cutting a canal and store in the building behind Carpenter's I to the order of, or a bidder's J'ackMon1llll. FlaFeA
and today there is hardly a public-spirited man bond running In favor of, the own- l
Beglnnlnpromptly at 7 o'clock straightening the river channel Drug Store formerly oc- In to five
er an amount equal per
who has not contributed cheerfully to the fund that will be
Bradford County's best fiddlers
used to put over the biggest party every held in Bradford will be on hand, each endeavoringto _

County.Of course, everyone knows by now that the honored I that win will the be substantial offered the cash best prize fiddler :i ci
After the fiddling contest : ii
guests of the occasion will be our farmers and their familiesthe the Orange Grove String Band '
I 11 [ T I : ,
-. people. .whom, we all appreciate, but, unfortunately, for- famous their radio throughout work and Florida numerous from
or tact olten. For tnem
get to remind the very everythingwill
personal appearances, will play for
be free on the Fourth of July: Free barbecue, free en- dancing. The dance will be Interrupted -

tertainment, free fireworks, and free music for dancing. from about 8:30: until 1L_ ON I.1IL&!
9:30 o'clock which timeR
: during
Could anything more be desired to make a full day of fun
F. Clark will direct the stagingof
and festivity? the most gigantic and impressive -

The business men of the county are arranging the celebration fire-works display ever seen

and footing the bills in order to express to farmers, In Bradford From then County.on until 11 o'clockor Through July 4th at

in a small measure, their appreciation for years of faithful. later dancing will hold sway,

patronage and support.We again. I

predict that this event will do much toward creatinga The committee Is deeply grate:
ful to the City Council and the
greater understanding and feeling of good will betweenour County Commissioners for their I

urban and rural residents. If so, it will be worth many generous contribution of $125 each I

times its entire cost, and will pay rich dividends to Bradford and to the Starke merchants and: soz
business men who contributed to
County for many years to come. These two great classes help make Starke's first Independence -I

of our citizenry must understand the aims and objects of one Day celebration in 20 yearsa

another if we are to work together in that common brother- success. These latter are:
C. H. Nasworthy, H. C. Wall
hood that is generally conceded to be one of the greatest B. Jacobs N. Sternberg, F. F.

goals of mankind. : Stump, Denmark Furniture Com-

o pany, A M. Darby and Sons J. ,From Standard List
E. Wilson Dave Sllcox. Bradford
TilE QUEEN WAS NOT A CLAMOUR GIRL Hardware Company Free man

No doubt King George and Queen Elizabeth, now backin Register. J. M. Alvarez, Miss! :
Mlna Manasaa, Sistrunk's Feed
England after their eventful trip to America, have made and Seed Store, A. J. Thomas. A. iNjIjlltsjci

the great discovery that all of us, who have been away from J. Griffls Torode Chevrolet Company r

familiar haunts for more than a week at a time, have made N. N Prevail S. E. Sparks,
D P Carpenter, W. P. Smith L. GENUINE NEW
in the past. This discovery is-that no matter how enjoy- A. Canova Coca-Cola, R. F. Clark

able a vacation might; be, home, after all, is a most enchanting Albert Hart maun, Cook Brothers, -
place for the returning traveler. Hall's Grocery, S. R. Johns .anti l
Sons ti. B. Alexander K. G. Duncan 1 + '
Literally millions of words were written about the King James Patray, Beasley and I >>i GOODYEAR

and Queen during their visit here but, as the Merry-Go- Gay, Mrs. Leila Mundy, Bill 1 run, ,
Mundy. M M. Rabin, Olin White' tp ,
Round writers point out the I/I/ :
perhaps most stimulating of
E. K Ferryman W E. Hayes R. I I
all this mass of prose came from Eleanor Patterson, editorof J. Davis. Magnolia Fish Market ''Izt, j :

the Washington Times-Herald. In describing her encounter Roy Mathews, Mrs. Maude Mott ? 1 '
/ T: :
John Hedge, D. G. Kelly Lacy ,, : gypn, % MAI
with the Queen, this newspaper woman wrote: Conway Joe Hoover Priests t/ I Ililt (_ ,
ry I! f'Iii i ill
!h1zllh ,
"She stood up there, grave and sweet on the steps of Stores, J. II. Courtmanche and L. ; ifj1t';' ),?f'
the wide portico of the British Embassy. And I began to A. Think of it-for one-half the cost of

wonder: Suppose they do not care for the frozen patternof REFUND COMPLETE little-known or off-brand "standard"tires

their lives any more than Edward did for his when he BIG SUM IS SAVED

was King a you get the PATHFINDER,

"And somehow _an odd comparison popped into my (Continued from Page One) made_, and guaranteed for life by

head. now many daughters" of the very rich and very response to a request by a com- g VVLlI nn"'r'.1 J.A.Kl That f's real tire' newsfor

powerful remain through life as sound and sane as this mittee composed of N. Sternbergand you! The new Pathfinder is plenty

j sturdy little Queen? How many are as unselfish in any mittee C. asked H. Nasworthy.J150. The City The coun-com- ........ tough, with its thick long-wearing

line of duty? How many are as physically sound? As cil agreed to give a like sum for 4.75-19 4.50-21 center-traction tread and its bruise-
mentally clear and clean? this purpose.

"And I began to wonder how it would be if we women The Board also purchased a resisting, blowout-protected plies of
quarter page ad in the Special I low
were to study Elizabeth and think a little bit seriously Fourth of July Edition of the 574 $556 stretch Supertwist Cord. And it's

about her. Bradford County Telegraph and plenty good-looking, too.
approved a renewal of the Brad-
"Just suppose, for instance, we were to sicken i
overnight But
ford County sewing room projects don't delay these special
of false eyelashes and Hollywood. The slim, from July 1 through December 31.
prices are good only until July 4th -
barren thighs. The signpost mouths, painted thick and This means they will sponsor the 5.25-18 5.50-17 :

wide, pointing 'this way.' Suppose we were to find our- project at an approximate cost of so buy now for your Holiday trip.

selves all fed tomorrow\ morning with the lovely neuro- period.$600.00 during the six months' $ $732 We're put to set new sales records during

tic, the introvert, the self-indulgent The Board received a letter this sale. Stocks are completewe

"Listen girls, weren't you struck by the admirationfor from Tallahassee Comptroller suggesting J. M.a meetingof Lee In have all popular sizes. Hurry in-

Elizabeth shown by all our men folk, young and old? County Tax Assessors, Tax Collectors get yours early!

Even the toughest of nil reporters smiled and surrendered Clerks and Commissioners

a* she passed by. for the purpose of discussing financial ., 6.00-16 6.50-16
matters of the present and
"Stocky, sturdy little Queen. Sound of body, and future of the State and Counties. I

und( of mind. Unfaltering. Serene. She has taken The Commission decided that $798 $970 BUY U..e your credit--conserve Vucii'011 jour'
with her the inasmuch as the legislature had cash for jour Holiday or
away admiration of millions of our people. red tap$
adjourned and they (Commissioners trip. Inntnnt credit-no
And maybe she has left behind something' more concrete, Assessors Collectors. Clerks, strictly confidential sertice-no r

if no more lasting' than a memory-the germ of a new and the Comptroller) had no 1 O N embarrMMxIng question friendlyattention.
ideal." authority to enact laws that the !I Buy now-pay &* Sea
to work I ride. For few cent a w *k. > most likely way out a a
Patterson you have given us somethingto successful solution to the financial j TIME I can ride on these top-value.

think about, and you are quite right assuming that problems was for all to practice : cost Pathfinders! d

Queen Elizabeth left behind her strict economy. The I ---'--' .
in ,
America a Comptroller' ., ,, --- -
memoryavery was notified to this ', - .. .
vivid memory-even with those of us who got no closerto :

her than pictures the newspapers and the weekly Prevail Home AgainR. ,

i magazines. That memory i is refreshing stimulating and U. Prevatt, Starke farmer REGISTER

the photographs of this charmingly REAL woman will lingerin sustaining serious injury to hLlIleft. MOTOR CO. Et
arm in an automobile accident I
the mind's eye of America much
longer than the gaunt near Highland two weeks ago, was I
face of the newest Hollywood glamour girl. released from a Jacksonville hospital ,

I Through the efficiency of our news reporters and Friday. His arm will remain Walnut\ at Madison Streets 103
in a cast for three months and Phone
J cameramen the personality' of Queen Elizabeth has been will always be Immovable at the f.

brought even to this great distance from Washington and elbow it is said. Other than the i u

New York and we feel that the entire country is richer to- arm Injury Mr. Prevatt la! almost I STARKE. FLORIDA
completely from effects
4 day for having known her. of the wreck. I

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