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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Iabllshed






18"1 "- ; we should quietly hear both tides. GoetheSTARKE. E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner



tC1 a: SIXTV.ONE__ -- __ __ _.. ____ 0._ __ -______0 FLORIDA. Kit I DAY. JULY 28, 1939 NUMltKK: TIURTY-NiNE I

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Flier.sKilled In keystone Heights Plane Crash I'!;





EREhACKING' .. .. ,; \;-.' "t\tf SHERIFF I:

.. ,\ 1'1"!" ",," ',," ... FOR CONDEMNED PROPERTY
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GETS SHINEForty
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"moonshine"gallons whiskey of were unlawful seized JURY FINDS $4,100 FAIR PRICETrial ''t

It
and an automobile confiscated
GROUND
ON _
EN Wednesday night about 10 o'clockby

Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Officer Climaxes Suit That Has Keen '

Melvin McKinney after a Pending Since Last

\\\ccident Takes Place swift-moving 5 mile chase The I SeptemberJudge

Guard rr r two men In the car escaped. I
During
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Maneuvers Having Information the bootleggers and Mrs. E. K Ferryman will receive $2,100 and
to I
were
going puss I the Starke Masonic Lodge $2,000 within the next 30 days
through! Starke the Sheriff and
; for property which the United States of America condemnedfor
white sand hills Officer were awaiting them at the I I
ie rolling S intersection of Roads 13 and 48. purposes of constructing a $70,000 post office buildingin

,,II| scrub oak thickets a few The Bootleggers arrived on | Starke.)

LS southeast of here form. r schedule apparently coming from I Pending since last September, when the Government first

the strange setting Wed- p4- Duval County on Road 13 driving I announced its selection of the Call Street site, the condem

for air- a141W 'M ,. a 1935: Ford V-8. To avoid being nation suit came to a head this: week in Ocala at the current
day morning an nm, !' ', ?iMygla t stopped they turned east on the I term ot Untied
ne crash that took thees Klngsley lake road and were Immediately States District I JURY INSPECTS SITECourt

followed by the two of. Southern
Alabama Na-
( of three I _.
-' --''''''''''''' 'i.r '''', :;:'' 3L1oM'F.:' ..ai;.:;':"" ;," ...-.Joo:1..wr'J.--. =;..w.- .."....r... ficers. |I District or ior.
nal Guardsmen About a mile this side of Kings- 1 Ida/ Judge Louis n

[It was ,9::50 a. m. E very- BLAZING WRECKAGE WHICH IMPRISONED TWO MENThis ley Lake, the fugitives, seeing Strum presided

ing was running according they were going to be overhauled I I A Jury was selected
remarkable action picture, taken by the Telegraph three minutes after the actual crash shows suddenly stopped the car and fled I I n Ocala

schedule along the high- smoke and flames rising from the tangled muss of metal alloy which still contained the bodies of two Into the woods. Dogs brought to II j Monday morning

ly from Keystone HeightsGold luckless aviators. The National Guardsman running toward the wreckage Is braving the risk of the scene within an hour could I' and was brought

Head Branch in thea exploding' gasoline In order to spray extinguishing fluid on the flames not follow the trail. 'I to Starke whereml'lnl1t'ra .

that guardsmen have The 40 gallons of whiskey contained inspected
? { the site under
In four
10-gullun kegs was
ned into an improvisedr GREEN placed under lock and key by the II guidance I of

zone since Monday. The sheriff t<) be poured into the newer Hrmlfonl County
MAY TRAVEL
Tax Assessor K.
and the automobile wan turned
ullery was strung out for ..
W Y'A .
layer a pcourt
.MMpo
over to the Federal Government.
les the road in Congressman Lex Green has I l .... .
along gun- rated "Y t h e --- ----- -- -- -- -

len trucks. They had just been invited by Congressman for this Pictured here, us they crossed Call Street, are
Hamilton Fish of New York president RESPONSETO I' purpose E a r I ly .
(dergone a sham attack in members of the jury who were here Monday to lnuptct
the afternoon
of the 3
t InterpaillamentaryUnion PLEAA property which the Government was condemnliiK .
f>m a fleet of planes that I the juror returned
to attend the European I as a poiitofflce site Tax Asmmxor E. W.
!down from the Jackson- lt total of :SO has been to Ocala
M $ pledgedby
,, conferences this Summer. He Is where they heard' Hayes (center) points out the corner of the loco
Interested citizens so far in the
lie airport early Wednesday one of "bola dnlt<1" tepresonta- various l wit- tion. The juior were brought hers In A Marion
drive to re-fence and clean
)rning to take part in theneuvers. Jf gr tlved Chosen to represent. Amcrk'd Crtflj) Luke Cemetery. This la up ft n&iMM, both far County school\ bus, accompanied by a United

r In these important international good start towards the estimated the defendants State Marshall who made sure- they did not din-

[other planes had flown away, conferences. .' $300 it will take to do the work and ment.the Govern ;cuss the cue with anyone.
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one remained behind to give This tribute Is paid to Congressman The project as planned includes 1
Most remarkable picture perhaps Is this gruesome close-up show Selected on tho basis of their
wire fence metal'fence
a good ,
artillerymen a little more Green on'account of h'llI deep knowledge of local real estate LEX ISN'TSAYING
Is still\
ing the head, shoulders, and arms of one of the victims who posts a strand of barbed
ndly "trouble." This ship seated In the torn bowels of the ship. The flyer's charred figure can Interest in., and; understanding of wire around! the top of the fence, values, witnesses" for the Government -

uld fly low over the road, supply be discerned a*,. the black object in exact center ,of this picture. A international ,. ( affairs gained and a .."nerRclennlngup.. Were Marcus F. Drown attorney *
and F. C. Holllngsworlh
attacking: We"men oft the National GuafJsvaart at lower left shovels sand Into the flames in an through his mjuty years of service Interest hat been aroused In the realtor.' They estimated, the valueof This from a Washington cofrenpomlent / .

und with machine gun fire. effort to smother them out. In the Congress, Today he expressed cemetery became of the fact that both pieces of property at ;

|e artillerymen would run to himself a. here g gfor rateful I the present fence has totted to from $1,600 to |2,500 each Witnt "After a week's scouting trip

woods (according to orders) I the honor conferred; and Indicated the ground In many places iind >SH !n for the defendant! were II. down (home.), Congressman Green
lit back In
Ie x gunner remained behind in hope of accepting the Invita- roaming live-stock are trampling I A,, MlHhop, A A Durden, N. t). Anti Washington a* chipper
tion to attend this important conference over the cemetery and graven I Wainwright Sr C A. Kutch, K.: as uncommunicative as ever.
h truck to return the fire with th e+ Must keeping 'em guessing, just
accompanied by Mrs. Everyone: with an Interest In I W. Hayes, Charley E Johns, and
":i-aircraft guns.This +' Green after the adjournment of Crosby Lake\ Cemetery lit urged toj! ,Judge 1'errynmn. Their estimates !! keeping 'em guc-SHlng/ Is Lex'ltonly
reply to queries an to which
game continued for some ., CongresH The Interparliament call by the City Clerk's office In varied! from 12,001) to $2500 ,-
Ie, with the plane flying low ary Union In a non-partlsun organization the municipal building and confer I I on catch piece of property. way he will run next year: for

slow over the road. Suddenly and promotes peace with Carl Johns. lie In keeping I After hearing this testimony, congress chair."According. the. senate or the gov.etnor's

Pilot attempted to make two and understanding/ among the I notes on and explaining the unfortunate court I recessed anti, when reconvened -

ks tn quick succession. The i nations. ;, situation. I Tuesday morning. .the case to the best Information ,.
I '
st t t8S successful -. I Fred Lex won't reveal bill plans
but the planeer Several person have promised wan argued by attorneys
came out I B. Noble of until Labor Day when he will announce *
of the second FIFERS'REPORTCONVENTION $3 each be said. i Jacksonville irpre-
and crashed among the scrub 1 renting the Masonic Lodge, end D. them from a well located
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M 100 feet from the highway. N. D. GREEN 1 ,K. Knight of Starke, representing and well" publicized speaker's rostrum -

'or Judge The jury retired -
a few seconds no one reallz- I Ferryman
I what had happened, then a T Mrs Mae Flier, secretarytreasurer DIES at the conclusion. of the To friend. at his home here Lex

pw private shouted, "He wasn't of the local Townsend Club arguments, and brought inb/ has Intimated that he will be content

POsed to do that! He fell!" So I has just returned from the national Nathan D. Green 74, for 66 I verdict at 10:30: a. m. to be a candidate to succeed
ootbJy did the convention held at Indianapolis, )I years a resident and farmer In For purposes of constructing a himself unions he Is "overly permirtiJeil" -
many spectators plane at come first down heed ...1-, -.-.ree.a!.-_... ..._ .... Ind., to which she and Mr. Flfer'' Bradford County died a* the result Federal building here the Government to make the race fur
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it to be had been elected voting delegates. 'I of a stroke Friday of last wanted 103 fet frontline enatorshlp or I the governorship.
a routine part of thrown clear of the ship when It struck. CalmIn .
f maneuvers. One of the men was She states that "Reports from i week In his home :S miles west of' on Call Street. and 120 on Court -

The dead the face of disaster, four Guardsmen are seen here carrying his the convention are most encouraging -, Starke. I' Street, beginning at the corner MISS STRODEAT
| fliers, brought to the stretcher to the ambulance which waits on the shoulder ofthe the office of
Bvv'tt' C Jones funeral body on a for early enactment of our I Funeral services were held at now occupied by ROTARY

e and later carried to Jackson-home road WH!| In Cngre33. Dr. Townsend I! Dyal Cemetery Sunday with Rev. I Johns and Wainwright, S. Inez

e for Hhlpment to Birmingham said he would decide himself I William Moody officiating.. Interment Green, owner of corner r MI.Ii t'Aullne. Strad f

re: Capt Leslie Meadows, where the next convention will be I was In Dyal Cemetery. I measuring o btj i-z; feet in property I resident of Stark and e'vocational eumme

>t- Sgt, R H. Snapp, and Prl- BIVOUAC HIGHLIGHTS held by selecting the coolest placein I Pallbearera were Richard McCarthy :- rection; I long ago agreed si-<- counselor In the James Monroe

e W C Bedham. the United State" I Carl Thomas, Per vice. Hit for 14,000, H.r property Included High. School in New York
iThe The last convoy of National Guardsmen and their.. equipmentwill The fitsrk Club Green Newn Improvement ft City.
0-47 plane, one of the was fortunateto II j Burney Clyde Burn consisting was guest a ypttikor at the regular
t type observation > leave today for Camp Foster after bivouacking since Monday get off with only $3 expensefor [ y and William Reddish and the two office buildings! To completethe Wednesday luncheon of the Rotary -

st Into name a. It wt ships, around Brooklyn Lake. its delegate<< to the 'I Bores Funeral Home had charge site, the Government needed Club here.Bfo.ldea .
the
und Copt. Meadows tlon because of the ability, COIIYen-j'lot arrangement. 93 1-2 feet front on Court Street Rotarian. a number of
wn 20 was and Mr*. Flfer in org4/ / from Judge ferryman and 38 1.2
Scout
born DIY were Invited hear
feet from the wreck- Men in Khaki. 3,500: strong turned the peaceful Keystone Heightsarea Mr. Green wa October to
and most' clubs in their district for)127 I feet on Call Street from the Miss Strode .
was evidently battleground during the ;; 1864 In Georgia, and moved to explain In an entertaining
Instantly into a startling Imitation of a grade-a Masonic Ln ". It was these two
'ed He was badly burned which they were presented with a I this county with his parents
s mangled, and his forehead, his five-day period. round-trip bun ticket to the con. Jesse and Sophie Green when 8 piece of property that the United her school said to be the lar"e.thigh
bed vention and the extra cash States sought to condemn after school In the
iris two year old. He wan married In country. She
(ned !In the wreckage companions and .were re- All day Monday cumbersome trucks rumbled down Church Street tamed by their work. Ob-I 1881 to Sophy Hutson, who survives falling to come to agreeable terms placed especial emphasis on the

ell beyond recognition. It Is here, giving localites an idea of how Starke would look during him Also surviving are with the owners._ Importance of discovering early In
known whether real war time. Only mishap of the day occurred when a truck At the regular meeting here on eleven children Burney Walter, n : life what a child wishes to become

I'd In the crash or died they In were the driven by Private Paul Sweat of Company C bumped the tall end July 20 members of the club were I Eddie Willie. Lacy, and Claud Fire Sunday and training him In that dlrec-
e' Their entertained by the most distinguished Green Miss Mandy Green, Mr*. The fire department wall called tlon.
bodies of Raiford.
Blezonskl I
ved onlv aft. were re- of a long lumber truck driven by Ray guests to visit here Ethel. Thomas. _Mrs__ Jesse Thomas.Mr out briefly at 5 o'clock Sunday President Robert F. Clark who
--"=r the blaze naa n -
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a Utlnullhed and since May 2, when George Vone, *. Maude Newman, Mr. Pearl I afternoon extinguish a blazing attended the assembly at Orlandothe

ckage torn the charred Guardsmen ferreting out the meager night life of Starke national lecturer, gave hU stir Kearns, and Mr. Gusiile Garrison. : car at the Intersection of Jefferson first of the week gave an Interesting .

'0 InexperienCed apart. paraded the streets here after dark. They found only one movie ring speech in the courthouve. He was a member of the Primitive Street and Temple Avenue beside account of the meeting

down Was flier, Capt. and a few al-nlcnt! lunch rooms. Thanks to the tireless work of Baptist Church. the County Jail. The burning ----.-- ----

rIll War at trained during the Mr., and l'oIn. Fifer, who arrangedthe Mr. Green suffered a severe car had been pushed there GOODWILL
''ve "y Leland Stanford I program, Starke Townaendlte stroke July 18, and death occurred from Jo'* Service Station across
been. and Kelly Field, and After plowing through the hot sand on some: tactical problem, raw a talking motion picture, "It i three day later.RUIN the street where the fire began TOURA

r e that +engaged 11mI' In flying ever the boys cooled off by dipping!: into placid Lake Brooklyn. A few Can Be Done," presented by John I to get the blaze away from gaso group of twenty-four Jacksonville i
He was married R. Gurtler state I line The fire began when
of
the father of the more modest wore bathing trunks. representative SCHOOL pump businessmen 3
'Iillll of two children. In the Townsend movement. The I an attendant was filling a small i representing
life he e I II I ,; the Industrial committee of the
'veerQUng was a commercial film was prepared by the national GROUNDS auxiliary tank under the engine ;
asked Chamber of Commerce visited ,
officer
I One local groceryman was startled when a supply headquarters of the organization I I hood and the tank ran over '
Starke Tuesday morning on a.
Badha tin of corned beef "Haven't seen one of those and demonstrated what the Townsend 'spilling gasoline on the hot <>x-
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ber 23-year-old I, for a 18-pound School official this week denounced "1(0011 will tour" which took them l'l'I
,
pf
a stammered. Plan means to haunt pipe. The car was insured, I
Prominent Blrmlng- since the World War, he lyjuineiia recovery unknown parties who are through Lawtey, Starke, Lake
famlJ" had been identified in the United State today unlnif the grounds and belonged to the Griffin Mo-
the I apparently Butler, and the tobacco markets r rat
air squadron for Mr. Gurtler also of the the tor Company of Macclenny. It
a two alive and doing spoke surrounding new elementary Lake City and Llveoak.
and Was all Members of the local Headquarters Company are being made school here for "race was driven by Ike Shepherd also
he Spending the accomplishments by building a After visiting with city official i
PosSlbly could In the aIr fine. They feel right at home in the and hills, and took advantageof Dr. Townsend and the national track." It I I. stared that the of Macclenny. an employe of the and prominent citizen of Lawtey, '
,.ratorv to | the to Starke to run In for a home-cooked meal every :nd told of the badly damagedby company en route to Waldo
ion receiving a com- nearness headquarters grounds are being .. .. the group stopped at the City .1
eight He had been married now and then. pressure that I* being brought on this thoughtless driving and ------- here where they were Hail',

months. Congressmen. He reported that will put the School Doard to considerable Now Senior Librarian by city and county officials, bulnei -

napp a full-time sergeant the convention was the most harmonious needle expense In order Effective July 8, MIMI Dorothy and professional men. ;'<
the :National democratic and enthusiastic : to keep the In good shape. Klckllter uiuUtant librarian for
Iwieai > Guard, was a EmployeeMrs. r Officers Club To Meet campus The brief, but pleasant, visit '
New
l man In radio and spent I ever held. The Townsend- Anyone having a clue to the the past several month, was pro wa enjoyed by everyone and talk !
tI/lje
Caring f for equipment. He I Carrie Ritch has been permanently The Officers Club will meet Ites were complimented on being. Identity of these would-be racetrack moted to senior librarian of ranged from tobacco to fishing i

a C aduate of many of the added to the sales staff August 4th at 8:30: o'clock with "the finest lot of people ever assembled : driver I* asked to com- Starke' Public Library by the More Informal gatherings of this I j""

''""" for non-commi- CIar-J an Shoppe here Mrs. Florrie McKinney for the in Indianapolis In a munlcat with school officials Jacksonville office of the W P. A., kind would do much to increase '\
of the
e pat 4 Officers, and was making Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid proprietorof purpose of making plan. for the Christian causa." I here. Most of the damage seemsto I which has charge of Florida' understanding and good will between ,t,

nal Guards career. Ii| the *store said Wednesday. |i I remainder of the month. nont TJflx: be done during week-ends. library project. communities. t I I f


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .RlDn't
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Wales returned to guest of Mr. ana JUTS. Walter
in West Lake ,
was at the Electric Corp., Lights, $9.95; Encyclopedia NEW RIVERBy nIPF.n riG
covered and agriculture Starling last week.
week.
his home here this Galnesvth. C1tOI'
Nearly 20 mU-! Brit. Books for Library Mrs. F. A. Rosier .
Letter BoxDear lowest ebb of all. Mrs. Frank Coleman and children WIth
Wads- spring
Gordon FIot
the classes $47.07;; C. J. Powell, Repairs Mr. and Mrs. pig i J "I' ,
of
lion men poorer are on the sick list with sore- 000 IP.rted
scarcely knew where their next $3.00; Van H. Priest. JanI-: Russell Davis and Curtis Futhof worth, Jr., and son, Jerry, of Con-' head tin- I "''ICSI at
R. R. Thede, of ner spent last week with G. P. this state nUll1bi
from. They tor Supplies $3.58; Titusville have been guests eyes.Mrs. In r
meal was coming *!
and L. A. Mae Prevatt of Boaldraln started "*\
Editor is
: $3.23 E. A. Wadsworth and family, ytaiK
clothed in rags and tatters. Janitor Supplies ; Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Teston here. .tg""
I read and hear so many peBonal were : visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bureau of bllbe)
Winkler Repairs, $4.50; J. H. B. and Johns and family. Agl" ,
We all can remember that. Also Mr. and Mrs. H. Kelly ?! "'!'"I
"hunches" from apparent Kerosene, $19.13 and son, Billy, E.'E. Lee Saturday. farmers are tcono,
; pit
we can look around us and see Wainwright Mrs. A. S. Crosby .of Sunny Mrs. W. F. May VII"
honest people who don't seem to that every body is more prosperous Bradford County Telegraph, Print- Brook Farm were dinner guests returned to their home here aftera Mrs Jimmie Woodard, Mrs. R. to hog-lot, equipment. morstlh!
have read all the facts that I'm than re was eight years ago. ing and office supplies, $19.50; L. recently of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. visit with Mrs. May's sister, Mrs.J. V. Allen and John B. Hlggenboth- mood crownhusbandman assistant uri)
constrained to copy from Pathfinder While some industries had not D. Green 11 Hrs. Mowing Campus Crosby here. L. Cook In Washington, D. C. am were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. woo 'h. 3h4;
of June 3. the following: recovered in 1933 certain others $11,00; L. D. Green, Fertiliz- Mrs. Frank Sparkman and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas of G. Harrell in Lake City Sunday. culturlll EXperiment gtetloa
"Last week the Temporary _
National Economic Committee i In were waxing richer and richer.i er, $12.00. children of Tarpon Springs were Gainesville, and Mr and Mrs. O. --.
In Business" were General Fund G. Pearce, were visiting in Green SubscribersTo Eldrldge. Mrs
Washington was grappling with Some men "Dig guests of Mr. and Mrs M. L. June B 1,
the most serious problem making themselves into millionaires A. J. Griff, Salary $125.00 ; Johns last week.A Cove Springs last Sunday. The Rev. W. T J,Aldt
probably facing the country today. The as fast as meal and milk Louise Warren, Salary, $50.00 ; large crowd enjoyed the The Rev. Mr. Seaper of Waldo Telegraph man. Mrs. W A ""L E.2.

problem wag how to get Idle men: fed pigs make themselves Into Frances Peek, Office work, $14,. weiner roast at the home of Mr. will preach at the First Methodist',: E. L. Kelly Mr ./, M 1111
Idle machines, and idle money I to hogs. Out, along came FranklinD. !I 90; A. J. Grlffis Office Expense, and Mrs. O. E. Crosby on July. Church here next Sunday evening. Old friends remain, while new W. B. Alexander Mrs D.
Roosevelt and said to them In J. Grlffis, Car Expense, who Is added to the Cone L. j.
work; to find out why, with excess $850; A. i All reported a nice time.B. Miss Willie Mae Hinson, ones are constantly ciemon.
effect, "Bring buck that Bold $20.00; E. J. Lewis, Board Service Summer School in
reserves In. the commercial F Renfroe of4 Ft. Myers is attending Telegraph's growing list of read
banking system of more than four you've taken from the banks and $25.00; J. H. Moore, Board Service visiting his son-in-law! and daughter Gainesville, spent the week-end i. ers. Here are those who subscribed TUUEE-I\I1NUTE RELJ
billion dollars there should be sucha hidden away; also, you must pay; $25.00; W. E. Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner. with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Hin- during the month of June: Three minutes after you

low level of business activity; your share of taxes. It Isn't fair Board Service, $25.00. Mr. and Mrs. Earnlce Souther- J. W. Andrews, G. A. Gay R. Blsma-Rex to relieve 8Cld.1niJ

so much unemployment. for the land of the owner taxtes.to pay while over men GO: Ruby Mae Perkins, teaching land and children were dinner son.Mr.. and Mrs. Minton, Mr. and T. Hargraves, C. B. Cannon, C. E. tlon. you feel better BI8IiIa;
"Challenged by President Roosevelt per cent Incomes evade $119.00; Grace Wainwright, teaching guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Green Mrs. Van Alatlne and Rev. War (, Johns, Miss Clara Louise Peek, goes: to work Promptly! anE

to find the answer, the TNEC with taxes.the" That largest made those fellows $212.24. of Worthington Springs Sunday.Mr. ren pastor of Hampton Church W. G. Halle, O. F. Tomlinson J. right relief. on working for prl.k( ,
opened Its hearings on invest- and they proceeded to retaliate K. L. Williams Order Florida and Mrs. R. J. Turner attended attended the motion picture edu- L. Bagwell, Charles Hardy, Mrs. to Bisma-Rex acts four
relieve
ments and savings under the angry by spreading all sorts of Bank at Starke, $200.00; Madge the opening of the Lake cational lecture at the Starke M. E. Murrhee, Henry Fifer, Mrs. a bottle of acld-tndlges0ea
guidance of the Securities and propaganda agains the Presidentsuch Middleton, teaching $79.17; Ruby; City Tobacco Market Townsend Club last Thursday 'Theo Green, S. L. Peek, Mrs. W Rexall 50 doses for 50c u 1
Exchange Commission By last as "Ruining Business," be- Lilley, teaching, 85.50; Leola Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce and evening In the court house.BETHEL I, Weatherly, Fred Hazen, Mrs. W. Drug Store Drug store Carpe,
week, the SEC thought It had Leonard Cruce of Lawtey accom- In Starke,
coming a "Dictator" "Driving UII teaching $79.17; Kitty Hog- A. Tyler, Roy Mathews, R. A. i
proved its Initial point. Into war" and other things.Let sed, teaching, 60.16; Evelyn Ritch, panied by their father W. J. Newsom, F. O. Peterson, M. C. !
"That point was this: that one look back little. Let us teaching, $69.67; Edna Prevatt, Cruca of New River were visiting By Mrs. Susie Glisson Stith Earl Cook W. W Ward, H.
of the major dams to prosperity I remember us that eight a years ago, teaching, $72.83; Ernestine Bud- relatives In Madison and Shady D. Wasdln, J. B. Prevatt, Mrs. i OUR MILK

producing capital Investment has no man in this county could bor- dington, teaching, $63.33; Edna. Grove last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Higgen- Carrie Reddish, Joe H. Wilkins
been the growing tendency among row a dollar anywhere. Isn't that Hart, teaching, $79.17; Lucile Ed- botham of East Palatka were I T. C. Hazen, Minnie L. Brown,
big business concerns to finance correct? Fourteen hundred banks wards, teaching, $66.50; Willie HAMPTONBy visiting Mrs. Emily Glisson and Felix Sapp, A. O. Jenkins, Bill
their own replacements and ext en_ had closed their doors during Mr. Mae Hinson, teaching, $72.83; 111118d.l Nlmnion Mrs. Annie Geigef Saturday and Graham, Jerry Moore, J. W.''Bed- f
lions from their own reserves Hoover's administration. Now Mrs. Bynum Perkins, teaching, Sunday. enbaugh, Mrs. Sarah Coburn, Mrs.J. )
(profits not distributed as divi- you can feel safe when you bank $69.67; Mildred Morgan. teaching, I Charley Slade. son of the late John B. Higgenbotham, Mrs. B. W. Griffis, I. P. Shepherd, N.
dends) wtlhout dipping into the your savings. You have more teat < $66.50; Ethel Biggs, teaching, Wm. Slade, Sr. died in the hospital Higgenbotham, and Mrs. Pearl W. Mansell, Mrs. Minnie Gibson,
capital market. Called to testify, and to wear. You really don't $69.67; Dow G. Beck, teaching, at Chattahoochee last Saturday Godwin and children were visitorsin E. P. Duncan, Enoch Kelly, Mrs. Seldom Equalled
among others, were three, noted feel the taxes you are paying (ex- 83.33; Vernon Demorest, teachIng and was burled here Monday St. Augustine Monday.Mrs. Maxie Carter, J. K. Douglas, M. B.
industrallau: Owen D. Young, cept your own county taxes, per- $76.00; Lucile Kennedy, teaching afternoon at 5 o'clock. Futch, J. H. Manning, P. B. Prevail Never Surpassed
of
chairman of the General Electric' $63.33; Jessie Lee Lazenby, The Rev. and Mrs. Robinson of L. A. Donley Kingsley
haps). Now, do you, really Someof J. M. Norman, Mrs A. E.
Lake and Mrs. E. Glisson were
Co., Edward StetUnlus, chairman us spend more In a month for order Florida Bank at Starke, Melrose were visiting here this McKinney, Joe S. Griffls. A. C.
of the U. S. Steel Corporation, gasoline to ride on Sunday, to at- $8 .00; Jessie Lee Lazenby, teachIng week. visiting Mr. and Mrs M. Glisson Hall, Mike Maruca T. E. Williams -
and Alfred P. Sloan, chairman of tend movies, to enjoy the beaches $72.83; Dorothy Swanbom, The Rev. W. T. McGuire filled Sunday afternoon.Mrs. H. T. Barnett, R. A. Grif- PETERSON'S
the General Motors Corporation. than we pay to the governmentin teaching, $63.33; Evelyn Stump, his regular appointment at the Mary Manes is on the sick tls, Mrs. Lucy F. Harrell F. F. DAIRY
"All supported the SEC'S thesis. a year. Parting with cash In teaching: $69.67; Myrwin Long, First Christian Church last Sun- list this week. We wish her a Flume J. H. Saxon, Mrs Troy
Typical of all was Sloan's testimony those ways doesn't hurt uswe teach: In, $95.00; Dell Dowling, day morning and evening. One speedy recovery.
that his corporation was LOVE to do It because we WANTto. teaching, $101.33; Rosaline Wll addition was received into the Mrs. Jimmie Woodard and Mrs.R. .
largely-sufficient as far as flnan- I It's mostly in the mind, anyway lams, teaching, $76.00; Blanche church at the morning service At V. Allen were dinner guests of FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
dais needs were concerned, and We forget that If we had no Vandervler, teaching, $70.00; .J. the evening service the subject Mr. and Mrs Albert Glisson Wednesday Many! Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rend
under foreseeable cond I 111 Ion s government to collect taxes, H. Atkinson, teaching, $76.66: used was "Ye Must Be Born EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
would continue to be so. I there'd be no justice anywhere.. Ruby Mae Perkins, teaching, Again." It was delivered to a We regret to report that Mar MODERATE PRICES
"With tire witnesses making I It Our property and our very lives $100.00; L. M. Sponholtz, teaching large and interested audience. lon Johnson is on the sick list DeWITT C. JONES
apparent that established, self would be In danger. Taxes go to $76.00; Eunice Searing, W R. Jackson car inspector, this week.
Starke, Florida
sufficient businesses cannot be de- protect us from disease, from teaching, $72.83; Eva Anderson, who has been for several months Walter Ward of Starke was the
pended upon to put the nations floods, Insects, drought and crim- teaching $72.83; J. H. Whitte-
savings to pronperlty-producln inals of every description. Ol more Order Florida Bank at
uses, the TNEC thought It was course I believe that some classesare Starke, $110.69; Lubedla Johns, :2
becoming clear that new outlets: ] over-taxed and others very days sick leave, $6.64; H. B. .
must be found for Idle dollars, If
much under-taxed. If we could Wiggins, 3 days sick leave, 15.'
there Is to be substantial recovery. always have men like Mr. Roose- 67; .". A. Scott, holding teachers
At hand was a program to attain velt In the presidential chair, that exam. $7.50; Charles Priest, holdIng THIS YEAR
this end.
would be straightened out some teachers exam. $7.50; Bur-
"Put forward by Prof. Alvin day. roughs Adding Machine Co., .Adding -
It., Hansen, Harvard Professor of .
Mrs. J. D. Overall-eel, Machine Service, $9.00; H. C.
Political Economy: early In the Lawtey, Fla. Wall Trans. Ins., $211.40; A. J.
hearings, the program called for Griffis, salary $125.00; Louise
more government upending. Under Warren, salary, $50.00; Frances
It. new Industries would be devel- Dear Gene: I I Peek, office work, $13.80; J. H ,
This will thank for
financed you your
oped. A government -
Atkinson, teaching, $78.66; Leoli
be railroad created equipment to rent rolling company stock would to tery editorial and on other Crosby good Luke editorials Ceme-of Roberts teaching, $79.17; Joe
I' Pef>le. Int. note. $42.00 Shir-
on ; THOUSANDS HAVE COMPAPiEc
carriers.rates on residential In addition housing, interest and the past have few seemed years.to These Instill editorIals new ley Myers, Payment on Bus Con-
tract Starke
$500.00
; Telephone
sales and security taxes would be I'I Hopes and efforts. Makes me Willie
Co. $16.80
lowered to bolster consumer purchasing proud and happy to see the good Telephones, ;
i people of Dradford County do Mae Hlnson teaching, $25.00;
power.
things and prosper.I Ethel Biggs, teaching $50.00; A
The Pathfinder;: ,- published In I do not get up to Starke as r. Griffis, salary, $125.00; Louise
Washington, has always been considered often as I would like to. but I Warren, salary, $ O.OO; Frances
I Peek, Office work, 15.10: ; A. J
reliable and non-paitlmm. never fall to go out to Crosby
We see that according to Its story Lake Cemetery and visit\,. for a Griffis Car Expense June, $20.-
Mr Roosevelt. is no more to be few hours with friends and loved 00; A J. Griffis, Office expense,
blamed for the spending Idea than meg of yesterday. To me. Crosby 10.95: ; W. E. Mlddleton. Board AND SWITCHED TO FORD !
are the economic experts that he Lake Cemetery Is not only the Service for June, $25.00; J. H,
called In to help with the problem. home of our lost loved ones today Moore Board Service, $25.00; K.
When a private individual but it la!, also, our home of /. Lewis, Board service, $25.00;; : i
wishes to earn more money, he tomorrow. Verna Demorest, teaching, $ 0,00'1 ,

first must spend. A progressivemeat Sincerely yours, J. L. Anderson, Transportation
market man, for instance, Chas Beasley. Expenses, $23.25; Van H. Priest,, ."
buys a larger frlgtdalre, puts in Winter Haven, Fla. Office supplies, $1.44; Standard
attractive show-cases spends -.-- Oil Co.. Gas for Bus at Lawtey, rrur r
money in advertising, etc. The SCHOOL BOARD $22.04;; Western Union. Messages,
farmer doubles his order for $H>.37; H. O. Wall Bal. on Policy, THEY COMPARED
BRAKES- THEY RIDES-
COMPARED
strawberry plants fertilizer, hires WARRANT LIST $79.61; Bradford County Telegraph -
more lab Irno ju atr- Printing and office supplies -
more labor in order that his returns For June. 1939 $58.30; R. L. Lee, Block for and found the Ford hydraulic and found Ford levelest in starts and stops'

may be greater. No sensibleman Itlntrlrt Fund BUN Barn. $2.00; Womans Club brakes the biggest ever used and on the turns and over rough going..11J j
will say that these men are F. F. Abernathy, holding elc- Library Expense, $30.00; Clennle Greatest
on low-priced
car. spring |
trying to lift themselves by their lon $2.00; J, A. J. McKinney Hickok, Clinic Nurse, $72.00; Shell 1 passenger ridebase on transverse
own bootstraps so I cannot under- holding election $2.00: H. D. Oil Co.. Gas for County Owned in total braking area. The only is much the longest ridebase at the price

Bland why they say it about the VHsdin, holding election $2.00; J.H Units, $205.09. ones with 12-inch drums.
Government when It invests Surrency, holding election Transportation Fund
money In ways that will surely $2.00; F. A. Scott rent, $2.00; F.A. i Gaynon Iron Works, $523.08;
bring returns. This big debt that Scott holding election, $2.00; i Shell Oil Co., $86.91.
some people are so alarmed about J. H. Fields holding election. I Teacher Salary Fund
will be liquidated by the time our 2.00; L. D. Green holding election Florida Bank at Starke, payment -
grandchildren come along. They $2.00; S. E. Sparks holding on note $3,245.98. THEY COMPARED ENGINES- THEY COMPARED COSTSand !
will never have to pay a cent of election, $2.00; Cecil Whitehead, Madge Middleton, $233.07; .
it. two months road patrol, $30.00. Ruby Lee, $20fl.50':) ; Leola Roberts, :
Mr. Roosevelt's plan has helped Nick Thomas Janitor service, 150.93: ; Kitty Hogsed, $180.56; and found the Ford Y-8 fastest, most $ found the 85 horsepower Ford V-I

men all over the country to buy 63.00: : Ebb Thornton. janitor service Evelyn Rltch. Order Fla., Bank at powerful and the best all-round more miles gallon (in iHyear's (
e gave per
farms, to repair homes to procure $50.00; A. J. Thomas, Murphy Starke, $100.00; Evelyn Rltch, performer at the price. It's the only Gilmore-Yosemite run tham
livestock and tools etc. Act Cost $24.13: H. C Green il08.97; Edna Prevail $218.53; 1 low-priced V-8 in the world. ( car .,
If the capitalist Is the "Under Four months upkeep of pump, Ernestine Buddlngton. $190.03; any other leading low-priced
dog" that the administration has $6.00; Board of Bond Trustees Edna Hart $153.90; Lucile Edwards i and also gives more equipment
helped most, why la that dog yelping Clearing and work on Athletic $199.50; Willie Mae Hln- no extra cost.
so loud about "business deter- field, $24.25; Foundation Press, son. Order Fla., Bank at Starke.
rent" taxes? Let's see what that Reference Books, $59.50: J. T. $75.00: Willie Mae Hlnson. $35.53;
dog will do, now to. lessen employment I Kirkland Repairs t o Rising Mrs. Bynum Perkins $208.97;
since the school $176.30; T. J. Griffin, Mildred Morgan. $199.50; Ethel

tax has been wiped Freight on floorllghts $15.79; F. Ugga, Order Fla., Bank at Starke, THEY COMPARED'
Well, some accuse 'ObnOXIOUS"I' F. Abernathy holding Trustee 100.00; Ethel Biggs. $55.81; CHASSIS- THEY COMPARED QUAUTY!
of favoring the rich, Election $2.00; J. A. J. McKinney Dow 0. Beck. $250.03; Verna
"
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more accuse him of "soaking the holding Trustee election $200 .- lemorest. $102.00; Lucile Kennedy -- -- and found Ford the steadiest riding because "or ty this: pn"
rich." He la cussed if he does or I ;; H. D. Wasdln, holding Trustees $190.03; Jessie Lee Lazenby it's the the I and found Ford alone at
only car at valet
:m: if he doesn't. So many criticize, ', election $2.00; J. H. Surrency, $83.53; Dorothy Swanbom, 190. price with f e using valve seats on ail'
but all fall to make any construe-I, elding Trustees election $2.00; C. 03; Evelyn Stump, $205.81; Myr- Torque-tube Drive and 4 radius rods for I W-floating rear axle, semi

tive suggestions. I J. Powell repairs. $13.80; Nick I, win' Long. $210.00; Dell Dowling, fully stabilized ride. clutch, and addI !
Where do Wall Street" capUllst.Uv Thomas. Janitor Service $22.50; 1 $304.03; Rosalind Williams, $23...- centrifugal *
? All over this country. Plentyof 1:bb Thornton. Janitor service, 00; Blanche Vandervier, $210.00; I ',. other things that spell/6
them are In Jacksonville and 25.00: ; Ebb Thornton, Janitor J.i II. Atkinson, $153.40; L. Mol i, engineering!
other cities of Florida. There Service $ O.OO; Nick Thomas. Sponholtz, Order Fla., Bank at1tarke. '
may be a few in Staike. The I Janitor Service. $65.00; Ebb $150.00: L. M. Sponholtz, I
large shareholders of big cor- hornton. Janitor Service $50.00; $$78.00; Eva Anderson, $234.33; For /low-cost transportation
porations invest their surplus E. A. Winkler. Material for Repairs Eunice Searing $218.53; Florida
funds in the Wall Street" Stock ; $15.00; Fred Grlnstead. Bank at Starke. Payment of note, FORD V8is
Market Here their brokers know Janitor Service, $1.20: E. H. '-I IS.46; Arthur McRae. 4 days at Its Jbesf now as always/ /
just when and how to eat up Smith. Bal. Due on Pump, $25.00: ; I leave $20.05; Rosalind Williams
many a little fellow who Is foolish F' A. Scott Rent. $2.00; T. J. 228.00; Willie Mae Hlnson $83.-
enough to invest his hard- Kirkland, Bldg. Toilets, $30.00: J. :53.

earned savings. H Benson Office Expense, $2098 .- l
At the end of Mr. Hoover's ad- I; W A. Beaant. Sanding floors Calling Card Sale! 100 for 89c. j
ministration some industries; I $34.00; Brownlee Bros. Fertilizer, SeVf'r this low brforr. Special< Andrews Jr.
notably coal-mining textiles shipbuilding $.50; Buford Paint Shop Paint. process resembles engra v In" .
railroad equipment, and 35.05: ; City Light -ft Water Plant, Many style to choose from....j
leather manufacturing had not re-) Lights and Water. $26.61 Clay Bradford County Teltgraplt. [ ,

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NOTICE I I nmrrlptlon Bee. T n A. Owner h(......, Rescrtplloa 8.... T It A Owner PAGE TIIREE....-.*

1 Com 00 chits \V of NE A tout.

I ''".. of Si-c: 25 A run Lot 1 of Blk 20, Town
It. H.
'J'r.I. hereby given that the following described lands, or .0 much S 60 ehns. W 20 of Law'teyv of Ry 23: S sa Matthew ._ 9.57

] !: will be necessary to pay the amount due for lases ot 193 g ehns 20 ehns N to 60 ('hn... E Lots 2. 3. 8, '7,8&1480
beg less ft of Lots
opposite to the 4. 5 of Blk
same together with cost of such sale. and E 8 A of N 20 chnx.also 20, Town of Lawtey

it &. ,D.will 1989 b.at sold the hour at public of II auction on Monday, the '7th day 01 NE com Cor 80 of elms Sec Wof 25 W of Ky _______-._S3 I 22 n. E Matthew. ___ S90

o'clock noon at the Court 110u.e A run S 340 ft for a All Mlk 22 ex Lots 3, ..
County of
Bradford In the City of Stark, Stat. of Florida pt of beg thence S 4 Town of Lawtey W

980 ft.V 1284 ft. of Ry ----------__23 II 32S3 .A.. M Blanchard ____ 483
lIee.! N 980 ft. E 1284 ft Lot 1 of Elk 24, Town
T
\ It A. Owner .sCost a to beg-29 A__?___S5 7 20 141 jr. It. Ford"..:..______ 30.02( of Lawtey \V of Ry 23 II Oeo. F, Young ______ 663 {

;. __________25 8 18 80 Walter NWVi of SWVi, -____-6 7 SO 40 Empire Lumber Lots 2. 7. 8 of Elk 24.
Wills ________ $13.17 Co. __ 4.81 Town of
% --_______25 6 18 80 WH of NEW A N;{ of LawtryV
.' of SEVi 8 of Empire Lumber Co. __ 13.81 NW'4 & NEVi of All of Bile Ry 25------Lots----8-__21 II S3 Oeo. F, Young ______n '.80
ex 4
SEW ,
\
-----------____27 1 SO 200 Empire It\
----_________26 6 19 20 Lumber Co. ? 33.34 Town of Lawt..yI
e Empire Lumber Co. __ N-1-4 of NW< of .
'ed in a single year.Ic BE% of NE% & E V4 of 3.91 & all N- ::01of 4 SWU NEVi, Lot' 5,of of Ry Blk: -25--,--Town---- 23 II 12 A. M. Blanchard _h 4.08

SE14 .. ________88 of tlW"V
6 of State of
---- 19
safety measures were 120 H. S. 1Iuen ______ 41.11 J.RWI..yV of Ity 23 II 23 Geo. F. Young ___ ___
Farm road ____ __ 1.61
Half
lives In SWU of BWyt & NWU 36 8 19 160 -- 25N',4 I 21 asV.. H. Wainwright __ 13.72' Illk 7. 8 Town of
7.200 Empire
.a with saving N% of IMEVi & SW& Lumber Co 25.18 of SE;: of NWU __25 I 21 20 Mr. Lawrence C. Ding Lnwtcy, W of Rv _.23 II 22 A. M. Blanchard ____ '.02
fatalities were re- Lots 2. 3, 4. R
Traffic of NEV4 & NWU of demons _-__ S.33 Town of
N-8-4 of .. Lawtey W
1938 trat-: EH f NEW
percent Until SE% _________86 8 of Ky; __ __.
-- It -23 5
18 --- 180 Walter Wills _______ 28.88 of N\V1i A N-3-4 of Lot ------ 23 A, M. Blanchard h __ S.5I
increased steadily r I IoIu"/ Div of Lot
,11,. had 8% of NWH & NW of K 405 ft of W'i of 13, Town

year to year except In 1932. NEW of SWU --_ 1 7 19 100 Luther Harrell _____ U.st NEVi of NWVi ____25 II 21 24 Horraca Norman _____ 3.S4 K of Ity., Rees of Lawtey 23-24

was a t3 percent reduc- Ett of NW% A NEW Of NEW, of SWVi ---.___28 I 21 40 S. C. Alvarez ------ 1.97 211. _.-- ______26 8 U W. J. Barber ________ 4.29

re deaths, an 8 BW% & 3WU of __ NW i of SWVi, fiX 16 A Lot..,28 Town of J.AWt. __ ". __. _...., ._
occupational
off W side also SW> R of Ry. (; '
4 ecll.
n cut in deaths from pub- SEVi ---____________10EV4 7 It 160 Empire Lumber Co. 28.88 of Io1\V% N of Branch 23-34-2(1( _____n_____ 26 I n IIIiii" Mrs. Jennie E.

t not involving motorK'a of SWM\ -________11WVi '7 19 80 Federal Land Bank __ 19.82 ex 2H A In NW Cor 28 I 21 49 Ben Faulkner ___? 6.08 Lot 16( bits Sub-Dlv. E Brown 9.17
t
eldents tn of SEH & NE ; of -- SEW of SWVi A SW't 8WV4 Lawtey" LeRoy Irvin _h____. 8." i

and a 2 percent drop 8E34 -______________11 1 19 120 Federal of SEVi\ -___________29NWVi II 21 80 Mrs C. E. Norman .. S0.53 SH of of NEW NI0t4\ of of SWVi SEVi 24 G 22S3 10 Mrs, W. A. Goodfellow 423

fhoine accidents In 1938. NW% of SW% & W 10 Land Bank 29.80 of NEW _____. __ 32 II 21 40 J. A. llollingsworth3.60 of MWV4 .-__ _85 II 5 Mrs W.
1H A In NWVi. of SE E. Toroda 303
18 percent decline A of NE% of SWVi 12 1 19 NEVi\ 4 of W'4 of 5W14 25 I 22S3 10 C. I. A M. .
pile the 60 A. A. Edwards ______ 8.72 Bounded 8 & W by E S A of WH, rf NWM Dlngfelder 4.33
: totalled 32400. Inn NEVV of NWVi ____.-18 7 It 40 public road, N by N of SK' >4 of NRVi.28!
Empire Lumber Co II
deaths 8.U 3
line Harrison Paul _____ .
EV of of said NWVi\ of ,of 3.76
NEU
motorists suf- Of NEVi 12 1 19 Ufc skid of SWii A
1,150,000 of 20 Weeks Tpt Co. _____ 6.U.. NE'4 & E by Branch 36 II 21 2 Earl Cook ,________ 10.93 nil ft of SWVi Of .
Wlh! NEW\ ________IS 1 18 -
fatal Injuries. The 80 Weeks Tpt Co. ____ 13.87 Lots 4. 6. 6 & WH of of 8W 4 ____S6 3.
? II SS 34
non -----
Mrs. O
of automo- W'4 of 8WW of SEVi Lots 7. 8, 9 of Blk 8 Slv of NEW of ElF:'' of O. Annie .. (..'
cost
U said the & SEW, of SWVi 1 8 20 Inltellhronn Springs", 36 II il I'nknown S.S9 Sl KM A WH of HEVi _... .
---- ----------- e.e-.t- ,
ieaths! Injuries and propertye SEW of NEW\ A Com at 80 Mu: Shane- _____? 111.69 Wry of NWVi\ of SWVi; 1 8 ti 20 Ruby UllsBon -------- 2.03 of sNVi;" & SH of ...-. : ..... .. M "W
estimated at $I, OO- NE Cor of NEW, ofSE'4 All NEN cf road __ 2 6 SI 167 Mrs Annie R. Alvarez 12.26 SW,, of SKU A SEVi: ;ill.. _

& run S to" Seocorner "EVi\ of SWVi, _u_-___ 2 8 21 40 M. L. Conner _______. 3.44 of 8W.: of SW4. .-. 37 G 22 85 B, F.
S H of SEW of NWVi\ Com at NI3 'or of Sec Halter ________ _- 10.53:

10He accident rate per on Sec line thence 995 ft W A" NEW of SWVi ____ 8 6 21 60 W. R. Strickland ___ 5.48 2$ run W 162(1 ft, _.'. ..
fatal thence Northerly to, NWVi\ of SWH _____ 3 8 11 40 A. A. Hutchlnson .-__ 3.60 S 1020 ft, 12 1630 ft, N
miles of travel had been NEV4 ot NWVi, A NW 1030 ft to beg ____28
? V Seo line 610 ft W It IS 40 J. R.
of NWVi of N\Y14 ._ 12 8 21 60 Jeff Lewis ... Lot 34 In Wondlawn Shuford ________ 7.3.1
asin 1925, the of ....... 3.90 lit 5 31
,li in 1938 pt of beg thence N 1KB yds A W 88 yds Lot 2 In Woodlawn 10.1. I>. Crawford ____ t."

'total last year would was N-8-4 E to of pt of WVj beg ofSEVi----- 2 8 20 811 Ida J. Merritt 9.15 of NB: >i of NWV413 1 21 20 Mrs. M. L. Lewis ____ 6.93 Lots 89, 42 In Wood--_30 6 83 10 Federal. Land Bank 3.48
8 H of 8W>4 nf 8\\4 A" lawn
15,500 greater than It ex 1 A In SID Cor & :EH J: ..f 8Wt4ex10A Lots .16, 87_.- ,43- -.--454--___30 I SS SO Unknown _._-_______ ..18

said. com at SW ior! of In NW Cor --______13 8 21 90 Empire Lumber Co __ 13.42 In Wnodlawn ____ 30 II S3 60
SEW of SEW & UnknownS3 _
y \ run + EH of NWi of Lots 10, 13 & 4 _________ 4.53
and December are N to Sea line. NE1; WH of
% .
August ;; j r, A NEVi of Lot 11 NH of Lot
limthn beware of, the thence E 810 ft, N'EVi ___ ___14 80 E. C. Lewis S3 'In Woodlawn
to ," 6 11 ______ 3.41 __81 II 30 L. R.
Southerly to Seo line Starling _____ _
and Auguste ; 'r; ., NW'4 of SE14 ________22 8 II 40 B. M. McRae ..______ 3.60 Loin 21. 37, 38 In 3.41
July 825 ft E
il l said. of pt of RF.4 of NE'4' ________22 8 31 40 unknown ...._..?__ 10.84 Woocllnwn ------ ._81 5 S3 30 Levy Sweat
beg. thence W 825 ft _.__ _
months of the year BIle 6 Crosby Lake EH ..f HW1 of NWVi Uh 3.11
high
deaths among to pt of beg ---___ 2 8 20 93 F.P.r.: Merritt ?____ 9.46 Shores In sEW of Sec of NEVi\ A WH! of

accidental SW<4 of NEW & all 24 A In NE'4 __.___25 6 31 Leah Nettles ,______ I." SKIi of NW'i of

en under five. July' Is high SE<4 of NEVi W of Beg At PH Cor. of NWli 1N4oe. ----__ 34 5 S3 10.1. II. Moore __ _____
B.1S
:5 I to 14 and 15 to 25-year- McKinney Branch _12 8 20 65 N. G. Moody _.:_______ 6.79 of NWVi of 8Wi Seo E flWVj S4of SEVi A ?
e NEi4\ of NWW\ _____-12 8 20 .0 Max Shane ________ 7.86 4 & run N 60 degrees, N SH of :Sic of SUHi
ups. Among persons over EY.. of NWVi\ & W% of W '735 ft to see line, ex T A on H side W

L wever December Is the SW;Vi of NEW ____14 6 20 100 O. E. Crosby ________ 11.63 thence N 370 ft to All of N Itv 34 S SS 39 Unknown ___________ __ 8.JO
j jIdental SWW\ of SWVi\ ______15 8 20 .0 Empire Lumber Co __ 6..0 \\" Cf>r of NWl of 3-4 cif NWU of
with the highest Incidence NEVi! of NEt & SW/i 8W'4. thpnce E NWW:\ K: of Itv Mi.;
__ __ 880 tt _'.LN ; .. ., .. .. __
or XN &Y4 ____________<11 U 20 660 ft nrV _
l deaths. 80 F.mplre Lumber Co. __ ro..a : to beg ex 1 Lot .A 12 __ I.BI
SEV4\ of NEVi\ A SEV4 21 6 20 200 Mrll. D. W. Kelley __ 43.73' & ex 1 In .Peetavlll AO 6 19 11 Mrs, p, 0.. Annis 037

4OB EH.of 8E'/ _______22 8 20 80 R. S. Johns ___ ____ 20.21 t..4"1'I::N"Jdo 4 'T 21 8 Tlal'r 0 PillaI'd _____ U1 Lots 111,, II, 13 Pe.t.-
I Ihnrtrr Number NWV. _______________ 8 20 1811 Mrs. D. W. Kelley u __ 9&.07 Rlk 40 In 5empeon! Cite VIII .__ __ 03 II :21! 9 Betty Strong ___ _
134
lponr "B."'M roMHTiow< AT 8TARKE.rk OF RW'va ________________22 8 20 180 Margaret 1., Kelley 18.06 A1A10of711k441aIw \NF4' of..f:o.1; 1, of NP'4' 36 II U 10 C. D. fayea _____Uh____ 4 IIVR.I
bRUM
State. of Florida, of 1'k'4N' \ ___- 23 8 20 .0 n. S. Johns __________ 10.3. E% of NW\4\ ot ot Not of NWt4
In the Fracl :::: _____ 4 '7 21 2 Mary C Plllard ______ ,'.07 I ;l/WI., ---- -. I II 16 C. 1. a. M. Dlnll'teld.r moI9
lime) of liimlnes on Jnn River ___________23-24 8 20 A J Thomas 1.09 E 8 A of R\4.\ ot s\V4 R\V1v" < ot NtV(4 2" U .0 A. C. 14ummer ________ <
''e. Lota 6. '7, 8, 9 of Blk ------- of NE'4 __. ____ II '7 21 8 Jim L'rldgeon _______ 80ft N'.' 01', 5\R'I\ nt 91:14 8 6 U 10 roll Grltfls ________ 1.18
M.TSinn NJ'4 u
f
\ 9 New River ___23-24 8 20 B. F Renfroe .ft..81 Wn; A of 8a; of BWy4 "l. 3 8 sa .0 A. C. Summer __ _____ '.91
wets $68,615.75Stal ------ 81C\i. .r u
MI] Lot 1 of Blk 14, New NE'4 5 '7 21 4 lIIallndll Prldcr.on ?__ 4.15 NR'l I & W4\ ,.
,1 brr,'rnmententiou River. -______ -___23-24 8 20 B. F Ren'roe 1.81 Eta of RE; &SW-- -?- ot IoIW""}, ..t :--:1-\': : \ 4 5 II 60 A.T. Bryan ____ 6(11
-- -- 1 00
and Nil of NJI
;
direct of
Lots 7 9 oBi16 of 120 Foster Bhl Smith 241744 6 0 21
SB' 9 7 11 ____ 17.10 All 10 Millard n. Judd ____ '.811
iitpp"l 6.600.00m New River ____n23-24 8 20 B. F Renfroe 38' !914' ot Rltf of BE'4 ..17 'T II 20 Wm Thomas ________ .17 I': ", 01': N\\'h nr
and ------ 'V
i State Lot 4 of Elk 32, New NEW NEW ex 8 A \ SWV4 t of road ___.10 8 11 II Mrs. All" rnatord 116Ar1.4

,,,teal! "' ill'IHlons 136,294.83 River ____ 23-24 8 20 Jessie Sewell _____ 2.83 In NF! ('or _____ 20 '7 II at Wm Thomas _____?__ U3W'fJ or 5W14 of $Ey4 I II n III 20 unknown .___. 181
other w WfJ ot
.
halal with NWVi\ of NWy4 _______20NWiJ 8 20 40 n. S. Johns __________ 10.34 of 'V'i ot NEW, Wt4 of \E14\" ot N5S14 11 0 21 .0 !E. O. !liner __ ___ 11.811
tiding roe of
nV i u of NW'Sy 10 NW'4. 20 7 21 60 Unknown ----________ 18,12 JlW'4: 12 8 II 40 E. G. 1I0l'nel'u_ it.nil

balances and of NW'4 __________..27EV4 8 20 120 Mrs. D. W. Kelley 23.(10( Rlak4E I NEAV4_____.:_.20 1 21 48 l0ntptre, Lumb..r. Co. -- 6.40NWV4 1iI1"Eye ot of NI'/of l 14W'4 _14 8 II 20 I. n. Robeln h__ 736
I c. process of ___28 8 20 nf ___. Unknown ____ 6,63 13&:14: of NW\4
lolle 1k. 184.020.43 NEV 80 1111'8. D. W. Kelley__ 16.29 NE14 -- 22 7 U ------? & NN'of ot

i tut'prtnilK fuiiilture, w n and e- d- WHof SWVi sid__W___&__SEVi___\___of_28 8 20 120 American Tun& Groves All t 8.\.;\, of__r:!'V_44__ El23 7 21 sa L. J. Wynn _________ 2.88 \V SW'4 811 A-- ot -NEI4_!' ESQ ._ot.14 6 31 10 Ernest O..ner __. ... 7.68

M 0)) 12203.68 Inc __________________ 30.12 N ot NE14 ex 100 ft RWy &
ur" EVi! of SEVi _____-____29 8 20 80 American Tung Groves road. ____ __ 25 7 21 76 J. B. Prevatt __?___ H.n 14Wtt4 .. All N16t4 of
ot
_________ ____ 28.68 Lots I, 2. 8. t or Frael NW14 ,
I Inc
!' 40 .. 510 W
!!
% .
road __
fU. A UIILI'rli:9.8 19 __ 188 Foster Shl Smith ____ U.U 111 6 l/ 73 A. F. A. C. Co _____ _
1.1 % of Lot 11 ________30 8 20 20 American Tung Groves Nn c ---- ___.211 7 21 Cum lOt NI C".. of 511114 ".41
ot S' .
NF.4 A
Inc 7.21 .t of '
id depo'lti if Indl- -------------- 240144 & run 1'1 716
alx, partnershl pa All Sec 31 ex. NH of &rNW'4 otr'B NW'4 ftV .11I tt Northerly -
orporiitl'ins. ___ 191,576.27 Lots 4, 6. 6 & ex SVi & 146 ft, 1'1 29' ft

deponlti of Indlvl- of Lots '7 8 ft. ex SH or Wig Et nf of flE'4V% 800 Foster flbl Smith ____ 88.14 to hag .x N 1" .- 18 6 3/ II Gilbert Dixon ______. 1.41
', partnerships and of Lot 12 &: ex 3 28 -- 9E14 ii---.U 7 11 W I I4 ...t1lk/ 1 N ot n 2
..rnlldiifi) _s_ .....,,352.03J' ..;AuOf, Lot 11_____...-31.SWVi .. 8 20 114 American Tun& Groves NIf (IfW'4: ...._._-- T 11 80 80 Albert Unknown& Lellllo Willis 6.7a' W & 5111'nfltlleIN
ot Stales and poUl Inc ____.1.10.\.______ 262.19 NofN\\ -3. 7 21 ------------ 10.a, It It R ,V & 14W I ...tof ,

I eubdl' talons ____ 124&H.18 I of NEVi & SEViof Fracl NE44 of NW'A lIIk a N ot Ii W

epoHiti 'certified NWVi & WH of & 1"F.4" nf NW'I,.. less 160 Foster Shl Smith ____ 24.86 In Temples Sub-Iv In-II''0 12! 10 m".1: Cook __ __ _
JtrI('. checks, NW'4 & NV4 of SWVi\ 6 A InV 'or __ 35 '7 21 of Nml4 344
17
___ 2,007.57' & NWJ4\ of SE',4\ ____32 8 20 280 AmerIcan Tung Groves 9% of N'4 &: NI4 ot Sli 51St! of MW'\ -"IC-- W 0 II 40 M. F. Brown _______ 7.39

__ ___ lit NWI ot NJ-:'. &
rpimltx M62.885.03 n 400 Foster A & S nf SW'4 &
Shl Smith
EIi 13.87 ____
SEVi of NR'4 -_ __33SVi 8 20 40 a Wilson Eat____ NW4 of NW'I 38 '7 21 80.119 NEW of 'W\4\ & 0 A '

.1L ..1\ntLITIESr of SWVi of NWVi 34 II 20 10 Isabelle Williams ____ 6.40 'VI, ot Lot II In ,\Vood G Carl Becker ._____ W or puhlln road, In
1 ,* n g sub- SBVi ___________ ______84 8 211 160 Lawrence Wiggins __ 20.21 lawn 10 6 22 h 1.61 NW'4 ot 1410'4'aV% '
hated i ,illgat Ions I NE'i __________h _::__84NWVi 8 20 160 Walter Wills ________ 20.21 Lots 81 82. 33 In ot MW'4 or 14P1'4 17 I I 12! 110

>n IIPIOWJ. _______ 362,885.03 I ___- .___________ 3 1 110 180 Lawrence Wiggins __ 28.28 Wondlawn 10 5 22 30 O. M. Peoples _______ 8.30 Nv nt MIiJ4! ot Nit'4: 18 8 U 110 W.n.I1. JCnlaht .______ ".1)1
ru'. .',,,, AC'cofNTx NEVi of NFH --_ _- 4 7 20 ..0 D. ::1. O. Or..en Jr. ___ 7.88 Lots 29, 81 In 'ood- NW14 .x. .11 A orf 'Vohl. T. Weeks .__. h. G."

l + ZR.OOO.OOi NWVi of NWV.- 5 7 20 .0 American Tung Groves. lawn 11 6 II 20 Unknown _..__________ a.78 .. & N1y of foIW i.
> 12,800.00 Inc. _______ 13.11'7' R\vI4 nf Lot 52 In &RIS1of14W4No

"I.d l ) .n '7,724.03 Lots 1, 2:I _____ __ 7 1 20 180 C. L. Atkinson ____-_ 211.44 'Vonc'llawn 11 5 22 8 J. L. Harvey ________ 1.61 rond. 20 8 U 218
Lots D. E. Knl.ht _____ __ .
114 In \Vood- 47.67
i i gal. r) 'tiremental 2 A In SB Cor of SWI/4 113. St of 141014" or 'W' %

| preferred of SW'/i __ -_ 8 1 20 2 Unknown ________ 18.90 lawn 11 6 U 20 W. J. WUkeuon _____ 426 "IC r Lot In NFl Cor

625.63 All EVi of SW'i of W'4 of ill'' rof NF.'o; .12 6 22 10 H. W. Havllantl __..___ ..22 W of road 21 U 20 3. W, IOdwsrds ____ __
SEVi; \ 8 of road -----8 '7 20 N'fa or NWI1; rof foIWV 11 6 22 20 Lawrence O. Weekly 499 Lot II Bile 1 PInehurst 31.49

I. .'APITAJ NWVi\ ex 8 A In SR Cor 3 n. M. Gainey ________ '7.88f' EI,# of \Vl. lIf FlI>:'' 13 5 U 20 61 B. Sherman ______ 4.12 UeV"Jm.'t' U 8 21 Conrad
RE1f r..t..ch ...___.._ .
urSTS) *3'0"-" NEVi SWVi ex N'" of NEt4 of 13 5 U 20 1. O. WeeklY Trustee 4.21 Lots I, 2. U, 14 1oI1k .0
I. LIABIL I T 133 S A In s'1 Cor 8 7 10 1911 Sirs. Alma Shaw __ 116.83 NW1. ot RF.4 of NE\4\ 14 6 u 10 Lillie M. Andr.w. ____ a.1a I Pln.hurllt Devplopent -

B CAPITAL" A C Lot '7 of Blk 3 Ward NF.4 of 5Ft4 ..14 6 U.O .1. H. Moore _________ 12.68 ", u. a. Earl Cook
._ ___
\TS 408,734.69' City __ ':._ 8 7 20 Tire. Laura E. Baxter 1.D8Lot Lots 1, 2. 7. 8 InWoodlawn WIJo of slk1Nofit3 __-_ >..87H

bam apltal con- 3 of Elk 11, Ward 14 6 22.0 David Rickert _____ I.ao Ff & nil Fracs et Fl'r'of ..
)f 25;< shares. of City __________u___ 8 1 10 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1.158 Su, of Lots ::01. 4A all III kiN ot n 8 1'I'
mor k with Lots 2, 6 of Blk 13. l.ot" a. a In 'Vood- of Frars Hold N. n.

i Hue] of $26'u'IOIt.oNDA.,- Ward City n8 1 20 5 If. P. roraheny ______ 2.87 lawn .- ._.14. 8 II 30 Unknown ____________ G.ID Hufranmn being 549
Lots 10. 11 of Blk 14. Lob I. 2. 17. 3a. 41. U ft N &N&h.ingall '

Ward City __ _-- 8 1 20 E. T. Stewart ______ 12.88 In WoodlRwn -___15 II II 80 Ada FOIII Stewart _._ 9.80 said Frees W of K ,'
1 '"M" 'i rand se- Lots 10, 11 of Blk 15 Lots 1/1/ 16. 33 In lino of NW'" of NW'4

"lee caned) (book Ward City ________ 8 1 10 L. A. Mott _________ 12.18 Woodlawn --__. 16 II U 80 D. L. RI..by ________ 8.aO A. 10Vj of NK'i of Illk
9"' Lots 6, 6, '7, 8 of Blk Lta 19, 20, ,29. 80 InWoodlawn 1 N nf Ii IoJ/ H<4

f her assets pledged 20, Ward City .__ 8 7 20 H. P. Gainer -_______ ..18 11 II 22 .0 G. C. Barnn ______ UO of BWW\ of Talk S N
curt deposits and Lots 4, 6, 7. 8, 11 of W' ot r..nt 8t & Lots of II 8 B Temples.

liabilities (Includ. Blk 22, Ward City __ 8 7 20 T. C. Jruen "r. --_ ,.18 RA, 411. .2, 63. 6. In Bilb-DIv ---- -- S3 8 S3 10 Mrs. Grace Ford .____
All n."
noire, and bills re- All Blk 23 ex Lot '7, Wooc'llawn 11 II 12 65 loll'll. E. G. Harvey __ 10,58 land lying on B A
unl..d. and securt- Ward City ________ 8 '7 20 Unknown __________ ..'71 Lots 23. 34, RIi 19&.1 U. 2788&N'4of { H sides of the old
[ old
under repur- Starke A Lnwtevpublic
agreement) .__133193.03 Beg of at SR a ptPWt44\ .0. 41, .4, 4a. 46. 51, a2. road In Sec IS
118, 111, 81, 83 In known a. the U. A.
W
of A on
SEVi\ run
OTAL -___ 133,193.03 See line 244 1.3 tt Wooc'llawn -_ 17 II II ItS Mrs E. G. Harvey 21,34 Thrower. Hr property
d and Preferred IIpoult landof Late 83. 41. 42, 46. 49 -10 M A In NK Cor
N 230 ft E to
Iles I : 110 a1 52 64 1111 of
113. NWW of NW'422 6
'' Oy pledged S E.280 L. Crosby ft thence,. thence W 118, 61, 1111. 81. 82. ea, NWW of NWW\ _-__23 I S3 SI 11 40 T.Mrs.0.Grace Williams Ford ________ ....

1m pursuant to re- to beg __, ________- 8 7 10 I R. IIf. Gainey -------- 8.nW1Lf U In Woodla..n ___11 I II 110 1011"1I. E. G. Harvey 11.1 IDA. of a 9 A trlrigle 14.01
icn' if law 100.157.03 Nt4 Lot 22 In woo!! being all of

NWM: .._A All __._.:._ .. __nn u___,__.. _. .__. _"nAJ.A_w_..._.__._. _______ ....... M"" 01 HPI.I. -"', N"- '" .<
fiT"I. ,. 100an.03 I NW'N or W aw-4 18 A n of ui Lot 29 In Woodlawn .18 I 22 10 Unknown -I__?_.._ ..11 N "of road ,_7:: :: ::23: 1 S3 1 Mrs. Dora Sullivan
Ry & .
mated. ohllgatfons: 7 10 113 N. G. Stokes ------- 16.11SEW Lots 1. 2, S, 4, 5. 6, ft, W II A of NWVi\ of 4.7S
date ''jt report the I SEW of NWW_-------9 7 20 40 Lawrence Wiggins 10.11 11, 16. 34. 35 45, 46, SEt1&N/AofWg
red legal reserve : of SEVi --14 7 10 20 Empire Lumber Co. 1.01 61, 62 In Woodlawn 19 8 22 160 Pura Water Co. .. 28.70 or HW'4 of SBtt. N of
nat deposits this I EH of NWi-i of SEW WU of Lot 83 A all 811, ? roa& it ___ _24 1 S3 31 W.

Xeteareported!above '72,671.00 SEW of\ SEW of SWW__-__&_SWW-___.H '7 20 80 H. H. Howard! ______ 11.84 I 87 39 of A 43 Eli A, EH:of of 40 41 AN'4 All of HWVi$E'4ofSW4Sof\ of SEW? .&E T. Jordan _--_-... 4.66

h sere eligible NEW of NEW\ A All A all4 In Wood road 48 24 6 II
--- IT
I nerve 'amounted SEW of NEW\ N of I IT lawn 19Lots I NEt'1 Maggie Hamilton ___ 14."
". ____ 191,120. road ?____________15 7 10 45 Lawrence Wiggins 9.13 9, 10 25. f20, 24 I S3 60 Mrs. B. O. Harvey .. 10.70 wsoftoVN101ftof 140 Ciia. J. Johnson ?_ 34.11

.
? .tSewe"-- Cashier, 1 A la NW Cor ofNWW In Woodlawn II II SS 60 Dalton Carter ... 1.17 KV4 nf NWM\ of HEW\
-
named bank do ".01.ar \ of NW 4 lying 81.4 of Lot 67 In Wood- of NEW ex W 40 ft 23 S3 Eugene Hunter

.... that the above ..tat.iI e-i 140 ydsN&Sby 20-1 Mrs. Llllle Cone ---- 1.70S fawn ____ ____..II I SS ( Unknown 1.61 Com at NB Cor of Call .e-- (.46
____16
true, and that It fully and 86 yds E A W 20 Mrs. Llllle Cone .62 Lots 49, 50 In Wood A. fhureh Htn a. run
J tlr E30 A of W% of NEW\ 17 7 SO zo 80 :w.... Llllle Cone ..?- ".n lawn ___..II II S3 20 W. H. Walnwrlght .. 12.67 B 178 ft. N 841 ft fora
al _________If 7
matter.eherein
eon E% of NEV.Beg Lot. 2. 1. 4, 7. 8. 9. 18, pt of beg.thene.

and art forth, to the beat of Nat a Cor 495 ft ofNE14 I 1.. 21. 22. 23, J5. 26, run B 110 ft, lhenre I
'Iedlt and belief.itAto.t" of E of WH 27 28 A Wry of Lot 8 '7ft fr thence W

W. B. SEWELL" \ A run W on Sec 83 In Woodlawn -.20 I S3 IIS Mr*. B. O. Harvey S4.74 310 ft, N76fttoa'
-
: line 244 1-8 ft. thenceS E>* nf SWW if SEW! 4 pt of beg .28 S3 V. B. HarrellS3
__
....
W U WALL Vi mile to S line of A. SEW ot BRW21: I SI 60 J. R. Shuford 1.57 Blk II as eztend.d on
J. L. DART. said NE4. thence. E EM of NEW of NWW Bns.ys Map .. a 10.

MARCUS F. BROWN 244 1-3 ft, thence. N Vi X' IS R. M. Oalney ------- 4.131 less. 1 A cem _____22EH II SI II C. r A M. Dlngfelder ISO ft asit50ft.On-'
Director.' mile to bee ___._-17 1 of HWW of SEJ4.22 I 22 20 D. B. Bulllvan ...?_ 1.00 ginal Town: o ifs
% OF FLORIDA Beg. at a pt 1252-3 ft. NEW of NWW e- W 10Com __ Tbelma LarantauxS3 ____ ".41
PT OF BRADFORD W of NE Cor of A "__""_ __ __" II I 22 30 Mabel WaJnwrlght T.31 Com at !4W Cor of
10 and NWW, and run W on at Ry where N Madison A. Bay Bts A.
il 12th day subscribed' before Sea line. 733 ft, thence line of Sec 23 crosses run H" 134 ft for a pt
bJ Certlty that ot July, 1839 and Aty mile to S line. of A run 8 on Ry 512 ft, .. of beg, thence run w

or dlret.tnl' ot thlll I am bank not an NWW. thence E eIh It 44 J. R. Mott u_._____ ".41 E at right angles tn 105 ft, 8 84 ft, B 106
E i K: FERRYMAN ft. thence N to 7 Ry 60 ft for a pt tlf ft. .N.U ft to pt of

County Judge.OCR NWW, of SEW A EVa 20 60 Empire Lumber Co -- n." beg thence. S parallel beg __ ?_ 28 Mike Dew _______ 113ed
I? 1 The N the follow-
_of NEW_.. ..of__SWW.., _: It.h. Rr_ 1060 t!. E at .,.11.f .. .
n # ..... .., ... .......... .
POR APPLICATION n unknown ___ __ "1'_ ngni anal n i*? nT
SO 2* u -- .
"OR T'X WLotai ___ a- 1 140 ft. N parallel N fcy Call St. W '

f"",.,,,, bill IJEEIJ N.. 5 A In SV4 of Lot 2 E 5 Empire Lumebr Co. -- S.S7 with Ry 1059( ft, Wat by Rroadway Sr, H I'
ICE JS 1113) of Ry A 18SV4 7 II I right angle to Ity by Madison A E 1

;.eo.; E Turner HEREBY. GIVEN of NWII4&INEI4\ 840 ft, to beg 516 Amore by Bay Bt .. -- -_. .11 I II A. E. Mott Hurl1.H .
Pate N. 1036 'Issued holder of Tax of SWW, & SEH N or less on 8 Lots I, 4 of Rlk 17, j.
the 7thnAmyuusfflce of River ex NWy4 Co S7.18 side deeded. to B E. Livingston' Truby ACo's.
D. .. Lumber
? andhau 1983. h" fll<><1Br of SWW, .______-____" 7 10 KO Emplr. Chapman In 197 & Hub Div ----- _II I II D. P. Ptillum _____. '.If 4
for a made ap- SWW, of NWW\ & NW\4\ 13.22 recorded In Dee d I Lots 1. I of Bile 27.
tax
.. Sowell
"
.
deed to b. Issumbraces | %0 L. W. -------- <
reon. of SWW, -" 7 | Book P, page 212 _.83 I S3 14 Hettle Bennett Bit __ 11." I Livingston BarT ruby ACo's .

Certificate the tel NWW\ Of NEW u; B 10MCom 10 39 H. H. Howard --- 4.11 2 A on N side of NEU Lots Sub .. _21 I II Unknown _-_______ .U _
described .A. 1 of NEVi boundedby R 2. 4 of Blk 2/.
Brad'ord. P'rtrlt In the 'aT'BErCor'of"Sao Jan Byrd. 8 A W Livingston, Truby A 5 ...- ;

.. : State of Flor- 24 &: run W on Beeline by A. M. Blanchard 13 f IS 1 Joe Frlgo ___?.._ .... Lots Co's Hub Dlv --____ 21 6 II A, T. Paul ______ 4.1' :.
It Of BIll 21. Original 100 chrls N 20 Lot 2 of Blk S Town 1. 1 or NH of Bile t'

e In NE W of 8W", Town ehns. E 100 ehns to Lawtey W of Ry ..11 I SS R. A. Orlffls ____.. (.11 15, Livingston, Truby 1,
enahtpa ," Section line 20 I IT Lot I I A Co's Huh DIv h1I | 11 Alfred Barnes .
80uth, Rail. II See thence S S10 Foster Sbl Smith -- 11.11 Elk 16 e* SH of Bile .__,-1,11 .
7 SO n, Llrlnfstnn .
chn to beg. _r-__-_" Town of Lawley W !
4seesment NEW &E% of ,'/ of Ry ..__ ____.___II 6 S3 Ada Moon __.._ 13.37 Truby A Co' N.
Udar. theSSJSSB ANEW, of SWW &: Lot 1 of Bill 15 Town Hub Div ___, _u. II I II A. O. Jenkins ___ I.U \. '
ee5 In NH of SEW A. SEW of Lawt.y W of Ry 11 I S3 J. H, Moore ,_--__M 4.53 NH of Bile 17 A. all BlkII. l ,
400 A. also Lot S of Bile 16, Town Livingston TrUbY
of SEW\ -
-d 'rtltlcat. shall be beg 60 ehns W of of Lawtey ofoBlk Ry 21 I S3 J. H. Moor. ____ 11." W A Go's Hub DIY -.__II II A. a Jenkins -_ 1.11 '
H of Bik0 Liv
J at to law the SE Cor of Sec 2i A Lot 1. 1. 4 16. Truby A ": f
described line Town of Lawtey WLoaf ingston.
t8.. hlgh..t. therein. win be run 40 ehns W on N. II Sea) chile 4 Ry __ -,.__..-_-__S3 I IS J. M. .....,.11 ?__- 4.13 Lot CVs Hub Div _____II I It Uaknowa I.n '
I of 4/
Blk .
don. on the ftr.ttMoa.. E, 4. ehns 8. clins 3 of Bile II. Town '
Ae Rothe ?* Sept.mbel'. 1'- to k.c..-80 AO also of Lawter W of Ry 23Lota I SS J. M. Reddish -?._.? 8.10 Sub ingston Div, Truby. LI'J J j 'J
Blk --- --
6 6 of li.
: 1719. .">.. day of s.p.A beg at a pt 60 elmsW Town, of Lawtey 1dof 8H of Lot 1 of '

this] Hth day Of 26 A ft. NE run Cor 8 1S39 cf Sec ft. Ry ___.______.28 I SS Sara W. X. Torode __ 11... Livingston.Sab Dlv Truby ACo' ,!;) dp
BEALl JTBIOTBS.1aly. 1819. W 234 ft N If8t ft. All BIle 1.. Town ofLkwtey .?_II I II W. 1g. T rodeI ____ L" 'I ,

i2."'r r.Ult Court of- Bradford B 234ft to Pt .f b.-31 at 413 :raster SU BJtA "..11II W *f Ky _]! | M Mrs C & Bnltk _>_ 3.71 (Continued OD ptgsix) i iL ;

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRI(),\\' Jl1.r

FOUR 21.I 1
nn
Brownlee GRADE CROSSING PROGRAM Mrs, K. G .
Martha
Miss OUn
; CUTS DEATHS N"' .\RLY 1-4 I wo 'Pen,
I SOCIETY and CLUBS RecipesApple Entertains at SupperMiss The worn of grade crossing elim pealed in Jacksonville by ..b, +'ae tcto tat Mrs '
Brownlee enter, I t ?
Martha Ination was started by the 1.lnaalJ
Pie tained at a delightful swimming i. Roosevelt Administration In 1936 daughter Miss \Kv, [
_ Young Peoples presidents, secretaries, and treas- Wynn-Goodge We understand a vote has been party and buffet supper Saturday with a fund of $200,000,000 for who left JacksonvHi thl' -III

Held urers of each division. Miss Irene Goodge daughter of taken as to which kind of pie lathe evening at the Week's cottage on I. relief work projects and since has for their homt ,JI, I\IGFn"
Council Meeting Wlnsto
The following Church school Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge of most popular with men and Kingsley Lake, compliment ing been supplemented with $120,000000 ,- N. C., after Salt
The first meeting of the newly teachers were appointed to act as Starke and Mr. Ossie Wynn, son Miss Martha Hague of Alachua, of Federal aid funds. Of the here spending three Vlei
Council of the Young adult counselors for each com- that the good old fashioned apple to Frank Palmer as guests .or Mn,
organized of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn of whose marriage first allotment, $184,000,000 has I.lbdJa
People's Division of the Methodist mittee: Worship-Mrs. D. P. Car- Sampson City, were married Sat- pie won by a large majority. The will be an event of July 28 in been spent and the balance has brother and sister-in-i law '
Church met Thursday night In penter; Evangelism and Church urday afternoon at four o'clockby apple pie that Mrs W. O. Halle Alachua. been allotted for projects nearing Mrs. D. P. Carpente, hr

the Church school building, with Relationship-Mrs. E. K. Ferryman the Rev. W. T. McGuire at the served at one of the Rotary Pink and white dahlias and cor- completion, with $60,000,000, of
Frank Robinson, in Missions and World Friend- Luncheons recently caused such
the president home of the bridegroom's aunt, al vine, reflecting a color note of the regular funds under contract.
Wood Citizenshipand that de-
A. favorable comment we
chair. ship-Mrs. MULLET
the Mrs. Volley McKinney. pink and white, were attractively In a report Just issued by the In-
session Service Mrs. then and there that we
cided
Community
the business right
During Relatives and a few Intimate arranged in bowls and basketson terstate Commerce Commission, It 3 Pounds 23c
completed for the Bynum Perkins, Recreation and must have It for the Telegraph.So .
were
plans friends of the young couple gath- the spacious porches of the is disclosed that while 1,517 persons -
Union, Development Mrs. W. time have apple
Garfield Evans League Personal the next you SEA
ered in the living room of the cottage in decorating for this were killed\ at grade crossingsIn TROUT
which will meet In Starke, August B. Sewell, Leadership Training pie try Mrs. Halle's recipe.
which dec-
home, was attractively 358 fewer
lovely affair. 1938, the number was I'ound I3c
and Publicity
Robinson, -
peopleare Mrs. Frank
hundred
One
10. young
Here it is
:
orated with summer flowers. fatalities In
the crossing
L. Matthews.It After swimming the guests than
this meet-
to attend -Mrs. Eugene
expected The attractive bride was dressed 6 medium apples. SHRIMPPound
of 22.17 cent.
1937 decrease per
a
buffet style
the
served
presi-
committee was announced by were supper
The worship
ing. 1 flour.
In blue with accessories of tablespoon
council meeting will sky the dining table which Injurits last year were 4,081 about 20c
plans to present a pageant, "The dent that the 1 1.2 from long
white. cups sugar.
Road to Happiness" at this time. be held the fourth Wednesday of 2 butter. was covered with a handsome half of those reported injured at
After the Mr. and tablespoons ALSOFRESH
ceremony before the elimi
Plans were also made to send a each month, immediately follow- Dash of cinnamon and nutmeg. cloth and centered with a low grade crossings
Mrs. Wynn and guests attendingthe .
box to Wolf Mission, one of, the ing Prayer Meeting wedding left for the home of 1 cup water.* bowl of dahlias and coral vine.I nation work started.At WATER!
Methodist mission houses in Those present at the meetingwere Burning pink tapers in crystal present under constructionare
the bridegroom's mother, where a Pastry.
Tampa. Reports were made from Frank Robinson III, Patsy holders further graced the table. 5,000 underpasses or over- FISHMagnolia
delicious wedding had Peel and slice and steam
supper apples
.the following committees of both Keene, Carol White, Gayle and The guests were seated at card passes. The money was appro-,
intermediate. Senior, and Young Virginia Sewell, Ruth Simpson, been prepared. for a few minutes. Mix dry ingredients tables. Bud vases, holding dainty priated on the condition, that the
People's Division: Worship, Mis- Freddie Wimberly, Leonard Smith,I They will make their home at sugar spices, and coral vines, centered the individual Federal Government should pay Fist!
Sampson City for the present. i flour, and add to the apples. Then
sions and World Friendship, Elsie Green, Ida Lulu and Mar- tables. for the entire cost of construction
Evangelism and Church Relation- Jorie Davis, Billy Lee, Michael add butter. Miss Brownlee presented the but not for rights of way or dam-
ship, Citizenship and Community Dew, Edwin St. John, Roberta Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr Place in an uncooked pastry honoree. with a hospitality tray as ages. The states or local com- MarketTOBACCO

Service, Recreation and Personal Whitfield of the State Farm, Mrs.A. Entertains For Visitors shell and cover with pastry. Cookin a memento of this lovely occasion. munities are required to meet

Development, and Publicity. Re- Wood, and the Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Mundy was hostess a moderate oven until brown. The hostess was assisted in these costs.

ports were also given by the Frank Robinson. Wednesday morning when she en- Makes a nine inch pie. serving by her mother, Mrs. J. ..,_._, ,
------- - --------
tertained at a Coca-Cola party in Coconut Tie M. Brownlee, and two aunts, Mrs. : -
honor of Mrs. Effie Cordray and Mrs. Halle also sent us a recipe 'J. E. Wilson, and Mrs. S. T. Dell,

TIRES Mrs. Clara Larson, of Jackson- for coconut pie. If you've Sr. of Gainesville. CLEARANCE SALE
ville. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. tasted any of her pies we knowyou'll Enjoying the affair with the

Cordray was Miss Effle Boaz, and be delighted to have this hostess and honoree were the

RADIOS she and her parents lived here fora recipe also. members of the wedding party

number of years. large eggs. and a few intimate friends. OF USED CARS
The guests were entertained in 1 cup finely shredded coconut. .

BATTERIES the living room and sun parlor, 1 1-4 cups sugar. I The Rev. George F. Scott, whoa
and radiance roses and ferns formed 3 tablespoons cornstarch.
Southern College
a teacher in
WASHING MACHINESON the attractive decoration for 1 1-2 cups milk. at Lakeland, was a week-end TOBACCO MARKET
this pleasant and informal affair. 1 cup boiling water. guest of his brother and sister-in-
The hostess was assisted in servingby 1 vanilla.
teaspoon
law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott.
Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. 1 tablespoon butter. Usually Drives Prices UP
CONVENIENT TERMS The Rev. Mr. Scott was en routeto
Charley E. Johns. Mrs. Mundy Beat the yolks of eggs thoroughly Clayton, Ga., where he will
presented linen handkerchiefs to and add cornstarch, which has spend the remainder of the sum- But
the honor guests. been mixed with sugar. Add milk mer.
LET US CHANGE YOUR OIL The Included Mrs. Law-
guests and water and cook until thick OURS HAVE BEEN DRASTICALLY

5 Qts. Pure Pennsylvania Oil worthy rence ,Dinkins Mrs. W., Mrs.E. Torode C. H., Nas-Mrs. stirring constantly. Add Place butter in, D. P. Carpenter, winner of the
coconut and flavoring.
i REDUCED
Rexall World's Fair Contest, will
W.
M. Wainwright of Tallahassee,
cooked shell and cover !
pastry
89c Mrs. P. A, Moore, Mrs. J. W. with meringue made from the leave tomorrow for a week's stay

Andrews, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mis. three whites. Brown in oven. in Boston and New York City. I
egg
N. Steinberg. Mrs. Glen Searing Mr. Carpenter won this trip, with
Mrs. W. G. Halle.
of Jacksonville, Mrs. Hildabelle all expenses paid, by showing the Look At These Values
hence, Mrs. W L. Wall, Mrs. J. best percentage of sales of Rexall
Western Auto Associate Store Miss Evelyn Lindsey
G. Godwin of the State Farm, merchandise, with all the Rexall
Mrs. One Wiggins Mrs. Junius Honored at Luncheon stores In the state as competitors. -

STARKE, FLORIDA v. s. ST. JOHN, owner Smith, Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Mrs. R. Miss Evelyn Lindsay of Winston 1931-A Coupe ._ ___ ___ $150.00

L A. Green, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Salem, N. C., and house guest of

Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. C. E. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Denny and 1937-Plymouth Tudor __. $425.00
Johns, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs.T. was the honored guest Monday daughter, Margaret, and Mr. and
K. McClane, Mrs. Frank Land- when Miss Virginia Fugate enter- Mrs. T. W. Oliver and sons, -

Green'sMULLET rum, Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. William tained at her home with a delightful Thomas and A. C., have returnedto 1935-V-8 Ford Tudor __ $150.00
FRESH North, Mrs. J. P. Warren, luncheon party. their homes In Savannah, Ga.,
Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. Joe Ed- after attending the funeral of
The table was covered with a
wards, Mrs D. L. Silcox, Mrs. L. linen and lace cloth and centered Mrs. Denny's and Mrs. Oliver's 1933-Chevrolet Coach $125.00
G. Powell, Mrs. J. M Brownlee mother, Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick,
Store with an arrangement of sum-
7 .----. who was fatally injured by an
mer flowers. White candles in
Pound C Starke Grove crystal holders balanced the flower automobile recently.
Cash & Carry Has Meeting Tuesday. airongemcnt Places of the I TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY!

guests were designated with Friends here of Mrs. J. H. Rol
STARKE FLA.BACON Starke Grove 278 of the Supreme -
cards. lins, Miss Llddon, 1
Forest Woodman Circle met formerly Sue; I STARKE FLA.
BEST 1VIIITK in regular session Tuesday nightIn After luncheon the guests enJoyed 'regret to know that her husband ,

the Woodman Hall, with the several games of Chinese died suddenly Monday morning.Mr. .:-.-.-.---.--------.---.,----

I'OUNIl 71 guardian, Mrs. Maude Andrews, checkers. Rollins was a member of the

presiding. Assisting Miss Fugate In enter- American Legion, a member of St.
A\E8TKKN During the brief business ses- taning her guests was her aunt, John's Episcopal church, and a ON BERRY MARKETWE
sion the auditors made their reports Mrs. J. F. Colley. retired steamboat pilot. He Is

SUGAR, 10 lbs. 45c ONIONS, 3 lbs. lOc bringing to a close a successful Seated with the honoree and survived by his wife, Mrs. Sue MEET ANY ADVERTISED PRICEHall's

half year. her hostess were a:'few Intimate Llddon Rollins, and three children -

MEAL, 10 lbs. 17c MILK, Tall Can 6c Starke Grove received a cash friends. : Wilson, Carolyn and Paul.
prize from the national president,

GRITS, 10 lbs. 20c SALMON, Pink lOc Mrs.proficiently Marion Talley in their, for work.qualifying This- GroceryFLOUR

Grove is the only one in the stateto

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!' 28, 1939
1.1 \t. JCL 11L1D FORD COUNTY
----==- TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORlD"M.

104 BITS of LOCAL NEWS E. M. Gunter who has been Friends of r".r. FIVE
employed A. J. Griffls will b ire ., by the sanitary department glad to learn that he has returned I ingsworth and Miss Murtlle Hemingway Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beasley
and two
of West Palm Beach for the I to his home after being confinedto I will children. Jean and Sue
1.Tln i of Archer la I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews and past thirteen leave Saturday for of Lake Alfred returned to their
Stone Col. years was Riverside
and visiting Hospital in Jacksonville
Mrs.
; SettY! W. H. Nollman Atlanta. Ga., for a week's visit
: Jean Davis guests spent lost week at the friends and relatives home Wednesday after spending
of here
Mias last as the result of
of Sebring and Mrs. W. Injuries re- with
F. Swin- 'the Misses
Io2 i uesf ____ Killingsworth'a several
Klckliter here
cottage on week.- days as guests of Mr.
Kingsley ger of Sun ceived in an automobile
iI accident.
Francisco mother,
have Mrs. Bert
Salt,I qT" ,- Clemons of Miami Lake. mained in Starke thin. week. re- Kllllngsworth. and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley.

Wet 'UfSd8Y! with Mrs, A. E.DfY Miss Helen Carmichael of Penney Mrs. R. A. Green and son, Rob-

alntr Miss Marjorie Slump spent sev Miss Alice Fernandez returned Fa rms has accepted a positionas ert Alexis, Collette Green, and SE KOV STUDIO TilE PATH TO SLENDERNESS: :

eral days last week In Bunnell as Friday from Tallahassee where clerk In Jacob's Department Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of the -State No Itlgltl Diet-N'o Strenuous Exercises

rlmmie Houlton of Blr- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. she attended the first session of Store and while here Is making Farm spent' last Friday in Gaines- A Scientific Treatment of Excess Weight

haul, Ala IS visiting rela- Fuller. summer school at F. S. C. W. her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. I' ville us guests of Mrs. Green's- Miss olMtlle damn, Manager, Write For

bertl. Warren. parents Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Harris Miss. Iris. Royal, ,\"... Manager. Detail
.
-- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., is Miss Mary Lee Watson and Miss !Suit 1705 Lynch Illdg. JacksonvilleINSURANCE

eWednesday for spending some time In Miami as I Marjorie Stith of DeLand will Mrs. Nina Lipford, of Green I

'I,I ,jt'jt'with t relativ Clark.the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. spend this week-ena- here with Cove SpRings, and Mrs. A. D. Miss Virginia Fugate has re- r

1' !f.C __ Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Williamson, of Bradenton, are tinned to her home after spending I

IOral: Bennett 01 jSlllJay, Mrs. W. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. two weeks In Jacksonville as the
of Mr and Mrs. Wimberly, accom- Mrs. P E. Canova Mrs. R. G. Bishop at their cottage at Kings- guest of her sister MIlls Katie
t the guest panied by Mrs. H. C. Wimberly of :
s Kldd and son Richard III, spent ley Lake. Fugate and other relatives. She

Knight _______ sonville.Highland spent Tuesday in Jack- Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. was accompanied home by Miss

Jta Whitfield of the State and Mrs. Paul E. Can
the guest several days John Chalker Is family have returned after enjoy here. II Ii I I
was spending two
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr.I I ing a two weeks' I,
ER eek ,f Marjorie Davis. weeks in Mlddleburg as the guestof Guy and vacation In Hop- -
and Mrs. L. W. klnsville Ky., as of Mr. and Mrs. W i
--"--------- his grandmother, Mrs. G. A. Kemper are enjoying guests Mrs. K. Wilcox and ,,
Vonda inman Is spendingal Chalker. a week's houseparty at the Karrell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. young son, Sonny returned Sunday ': HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
days in Gainesville as theof 1 I Torode cottage on Klngsley Lake. 'P. Murphy. E'j to their home In Ft. Lauder- I'
,,. __
.IA aft.. u
Ethel Worlke.I uuiv ct vtslt here with Air.and .
Mrs. Mrs. Hazen
Truby of Washington I Please Phone 146
D. C., was the guest of her W. A. Hoffman of Pine Castle I Mrs. J. D. Deaver and son Mrs.O S Matthews and
I E J. Dowling, Miss Marlon cousin, Mrs. A. E. McKinney has returned to his home after James, and daughter Dorothy and Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at

/and Miss Clara Flume Wednesday. spending several days here as the Mrs. E. Y. Roberts of Brunswick, Kingsley Lake.

Monday In Gainesville. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Ga., are guests this week of Mr.

and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs W. B.I
Mr i
and Mrs. G. N. Goldwire
,and Mrs. T J, Griffin spent Manchester, Ga., arrived Sunday of Miss Virginia Anderson has returned Kingsley Lake. Mundy and their guests, Mrs };f.1 j
ay In Jacksonville as guests : to her home after spendngsix fie Cordray and Mrs Clara Lar-1
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs C C. Mendoza. T. Wade. C'I : weeks in DeLand as the guestof Mrs. V. S. St. John and three son, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. 'I IG.

her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Rowand. children left Wednesday to visit Godwin of the State Fal'mj j
---
and Mrs. C. P. Tyson of two of her children In New Canaan spent Monday in Gainesville with I
Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee, Jr., and I
Fonville were guests Sunday James Godbold, Jr., and Doug- Conn. While there they will Mrs. F. A. Moore. '
0 children of Marianna were
and Mrs O. L. Beasley. guests lass Hamilton, of Jacksonville, attend the World's Fair In near- I r r
Monday night of Mr. and Mrs. E.
-- -- J. were here Monday visiting Mrs. by New York. Charles Field of the United':
Dowling
else
and Mrs. D of W. S. Stroman and H. H. Stro- States Navy with, headquarters In

guests Tuesday ofmd man I Norfolk, Va., left Guy
pano were Mrs. Vernon Jones and familyof Mrs Bertha Pearce has had as today after
Mrs. W E Middleton. I Is. Hampton are occupying the .I recent guests her three sisters, spending several days here with
Kickliter Mrs. R. T Richard of Jackson Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Oakland his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H.

F F Flume, Miss Clara Lake this week.cottage on Kingsley ville and H. C. Wall of Tallahassee Park, Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Val- Fields. He spent most of his time

e,, and Miss Marlon Dowling spent the week-end here as 'dosta, Ga., and Mrs G. V. Phillips this year In Europe. &SSSyftKSggQ
last Friday In Gainesville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.I I of Lake City. -
Mrs. S. S. Dowling has returned ,
I

s Dorothy Atkinson of Talla- home after spending a week In Wall. I I small Mr.daughter and Mrs. Gallo Glen Adaire Duke and returned !
Mrs.
Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. Philip F. Magulre and
i e spent the week-end here as James Godbold.Mr. Friends of J. J. Rlgdon will be |daughter. Sue, returned Tuesdayto Wednesday night to their i' Tip Top GroceryAND
glad to learn that he has homo a'
juest of Miss Marjorie Stump. recover-I their home in Washington, D. in Miami after enjoying
ed after being confined three weeks' vacation here with
and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly' C. after enjoying a three weeks' I
t and Mrs N J. Larson and home for six weeks visit with Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mr. anti,
Mrs.
spent Wednesday in Jacksonville Maguire' mother, I MARKETMEET
Effie Cordray of Jacksonare Illness. Mrs. J. '\". Andrews.
attending the funeral services of Mrs. A. M. Darby. .
spending a vacation at I _
ley Beach. B. M. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns and Friends-of Comer Long-, son of George W. Marks of DeLaml YOUR FRIENDS AT TIP TOP

nieces, Margaret and Georgia Gil-
Mrs. W. B. had Mrs. F. H. Long will regret to spent the week-end here as the
Mundy as guests
the first of the week Miss J Effle pin, and nephew afternoon Glen at Gilpin, learn that he Is seriously 111 in a guest of Mrs. A. M. Darby. IU Big Heads Lettuce 2 for 15c
Camp
spent Sunday
ent-a-Word Cordray and Mrs. Clara Larson ( Tampa hopital following a major was accompanied home by Mrs. ,
I of Jacksonville. Foster. operation. Mrs. Long Is at the Marks and daughter, Marjorie,
i I ---- bedside of her son. who spent the past week here an Beautiful Panas( 4 Ibs. 15c
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children guests of Mrs !:
Darby. ,
I rED TO BUY cows and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of and Dottie Sue,
Bobble are spend-
n. Market prices paid on All Palatka were guests Sunday of week in St. Augustinewith Mrs. Bynum Perkins, for many
this
II des .l D ODOM box 247 'Mrs. Varnedoe's parents Mr. and ing Mrs. Biggs' mother, Mrs. O. years teacher In Bradford County Dr.. H. II. McLendon of Orlando N. C. Cobbler Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 25c

I : rke Fla. 331lyr.p Mrs. W. P. Smith. J. Griffin. High School here will teach spent the week-end with Mr. and
i during the coming year in Rai- Mrs. E. S. Matthews at KlnRHley
4lbs. 15c
SALE Improved variety Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Griffin! and I Mrs Mike Dew and daughters, ford Junior High School. School Lake. He was accompanied home Rutabagas or Cabbage,
I : slonary! strawberry plants opens there Monday. Sunda by Mrs 'McLendon" and
:Mrs. J. D. Burnett of St. ,
Miss Grace Dew and Patsy Dew
|5, per thousand. Cheaper by burg were week-end guests peters-j Wednesday and Sat- little daughter Jeannette who Limes Fla. 2 Dozen 15c
,, M R Judd.19\ 26tp and Mrs. A. H. Johns were urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. Carles Mrs. D. P. McGill Mrs. J, E. have spent the past two weeks Key,
Malnea, Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, here.
,SALE goo-watt Delco plant, in Jacksonville Mrs. Marcus Howard, and Mrs.
Mrs. T. T. Long and guests,
1QI y automatic. Same as new. Kurle; Brown, all of Lake Butler Dr. and Mrs. D. C. )Forehand
Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daughter and
bargain Also 250 head Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Buford
itt Leghorn Peggy all of Albany Ga., spent I ,daughter, Lucy Ann of 'Jacksonville were luncheon guests Wednesdayof Ike Gortutownkl, and Gladys Pare: 20c
I pullets startinglay Mrs. K. G. Duncan. of Albany, Ga., weie week-end Sugar 5 I'ounds
In Jacksonville.
Pine Breeze strain. In- Monday were guests Tuesday of his
:
I ------ guests of Mr. and Mrs D. P Carpenter
Ie 4'' 'arradlne & Peel Store brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe and Mrs. Forehand, and Gladys
Fernandez Is attending -
rucv: 7-14 3tpSAiE Miss Isabel I Mrs. R. C. Buford. I Iremaln.d
children of Jacksonville returnedto
the second session of for a longer visit with .

: 1931 1 1-2 ton Chev- summer school at the Universityof Mrs. W. H. Holland and daughter -I their home Wednesday after Mr. and .MfR. Carpenter and Mr WITH $l.iO! (-:lUCIIY OHIHU:
spending several days here an and Mrs T. T.
Long.
t
'; truck one White 3-ton Florida In Gainesville. : Miss Margaret Holland, of'
of J. B. Rowe and Misses
guests
I KCKKKKONVSGrapefruit:
i k Oodles good, perfect -- I :Dublin, Ga., will spend Sunday j, SWIFT'S. or AK.MOlJIt'S
Ruth and Edith Rowe. Miss I
Madge Mlddloton Miss
,i hanically Easily converted Mrs. Annie McGee and two ,and Monday as guests of Mr. and
Lois Adklns and A. Z. Adkins, Jr.
o farm tractors. Sam And- daughters Miss Clara and Letty :Mrs. L. D. Vining. MILK'
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick returned to their respectivehomes )
rC n HI Temple Garage. McGee, of Stuart are guests of I I 5c
spent- Sunday In Jacksonville visiting here last week lifter a
7 : 14-21-28 Mr. and Mrs. A 0 Andreu. i Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Woodham, TAU CAN

--:::::::. b1-... A_,. li,_.,.lln._., Ant Misses Julia their daughter Mrs. Tolbert month's. study tour sponsored by I Juice. 'I ., __uu
I 1KT u | mack or waccienny wno is con- the East Carolina Teacher's College ,
I and Eunice Lawson, all of Auburn- I|fined to St. Vincent's Hospital While away they visited 16 ()/. Can 1/ C
NAT SEZ: dale were guests Monday of Mr. HLUK: KOSBRICE;
operation. historical
following an points In the New
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. JKWKI I. COMPOUND
New
England States and Cunldu"IIpendlng
No foolls3ines out of me thisweek
I Bennett Miss Margaret Lowry of Mary- a week at the
Mr. and Mrs. George
serious
.
folks, I'm really
about this. Sumner Clearance Sale and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas ville Tenn., will arrive tomorrowto Fair in New York City, world'/I'' LARDPound

c that have on noLots ofT and son, John Richard, are spendIng spend some time with Miss ebrating! the Fourth of 5 Pounds!
we clowd out at II this week at the A. E. Wall Jean Davis. Miss Lowry, daughter Boston, Mass. They returned
,; Summer shoes being Klngsley Lake. of Dr and Mrs, O. H. Lowry home via Niagara Falls and Nat- 9c 17 c
price you can afford to payVhy I cottage on I was a former resident of Starke ural Bridge, Virginia, spendingsome

not come In ami pick out a pair Miss i where her father was minister of time at the Endless" Cavernsin '

Lc you'll lots of be hot glad weather you left hate jet them.and Elizabeth Miss Frances Williams Hemingway and Miss Edna j I the local Presbyterian Church. the Shenandoah Valley Best White Bacon, Pound 7'/c

spending some time in .. -
Hutto are .
c Especially if you happen to get io-- -- ----- - -
caught In the rain with jour old Jacksonville where they are tak- '

ones on, the ono you thought ing a beautician's- course. FLOWERS Best Smoked Bacon, Pound 11 /c

were solid leather Jacksonville AU order filled with careful consideration -
A. E. Wall Jr. of HAUwMWH!
vacation spent In for the requirement of the Individual.

New enroute Jersey from and a the World's Fairin Special attention given to promptness and CIRCLE C FLOUR 24 lbs. 59c

Summer Clearance Summer ClearanceMen's New York City, Is the guest of economy. ..

WOMEN'S Sport Shoes Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mrs. L. G. Powell Red Top Coffee, 15c Til* TOP

SHOES $5.00 Shoes $3.88 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Short and Phone 1ZSJOLVOREZ Tea Pkg. lOc

All $3.00 and $3.50 $4.00 Shoes $2.98 daughter Miss Blanche Short, of _ .V- JT TIP TOP VAC CAN

$1.99 Now $3.00 Shoes $2.49 Belle Glade guests, en route Monday to Moultrle of Mr. Coffee, lb. 20c Gold Top Coffee 18c

Ga., were
and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr. THREE (.' 2 Sl-e Can


Summer ClearanceSANDALS_ Summer Clearance Friends of Dr. W E. Middleton I I SLICED PINEAPPLENo. 1217CSAFETY

to learn that he Is
Men's Wash Pants will be glad
improving after being confined to

Odd Lots of Shoes Sanforized his home this week suffering MATCHES Package

Values to $3.00 Group 1 Group 3 Group 3 from an attack of Dengue fever. ,
"The Dependable Store" Eat. 1894

79c On Sale $1.00 $1.49 $1.88 Mr. -and Mrs. Max Scobey and MYLES SALT, 2 Boxes SC

Patricia, of Lexington,
daughter
Friday and KITCHEN MATCHES 2 For
I I Miss., were guests ,
Summer Clearance Summer Clearance Saturday of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee SUMMER SUITS

MILLINERY MEN'S STRAWSYOUR and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. STOCK UP AT THIS GOOD PRICE


Any Hat in the Store CHOICE Miss Mignon Sisson returned
l'p' home In Raleigh, UPHere 1
her
'
to $3.00 Hats Any Style Monday to $7.50 '" ': "
Your N. C.. after spending some time :CHOICE M E ATS
[ Choice 98c $1.00 On Sale here with her mother :a.fn. R. A,,

and Mr. Weeks, of Brooker. MIIK" I
Weeks /Og JAUCf AHO 6HAVIIS UJI CARNATION
is an unlimited selection of the finest

SPECIAL I 1 SPECIALPETERS' suits ever offered for the price I Smart tropical I VliATTKH STYLE SLICED: !

DRUID WORKSHOES Mrs. O. L. Beaal y will spend worsteds in stripes, checks and solid tones.
I 25c
SHEETSSize this week-end in Tampa. She New sport models and business styles. In BACON Pound
her ,
81x103 will be accompanied home C.by Dur- colors of blue, grey, brown tan, and new JI'L.RIB. BRISKET
$1.50 Value Black or Brown parents Mr. and Mrs A. weeks powder shades. You are assured perfect satis-

$1.00 On Sale $1.98 None Better here.den, who will spend two now faction! with these fine suits. Plan to buy STEW Pound 12cIZNDER


Miss ROM Balsden, Don Stll- ALSO ,ZEP

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Palmer,
ley 19c
all of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Tailored Suits by KAHN and J. L. TAYLOR PICNICS, Pound liii

with ),lr, and Mr. R. C. Buford PHILADELPHIA X For15c

and Mr*. Letla mebMiss wereaCCOID.med SEE OUR SAMPLES AND '
Reb-

Palmer who baa spent the past GET OUR PRICES CREAM CHEESE :

[two week here M the guest of I

Jl14a Cleric: Bur<<.
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BBADPORf COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLOH- __ FltlD.ty
PAGE SIX JfLyt 4f 13
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SOIL CONSERVATION NEWS Description See T n A
I FARMERS' SECTION KECKIVES EMPHASIS LIVE STATE Onn-r 7a

: 1040 .\ PROGRAM Lot 5, 8, 10, 11, 12. 13, 0
IN -, ---- 14, 15, 18, 17, IB, 19.
----- '
__ 20. 21, 22 of Elk 7,
Gainesville Soil conservation RAGING FIRE SENTENCE TOO STIFF City Park Sub-Dlv!
W & C'. Addition to .
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL I will have increased emphasis In Mayo-one of the worst fires In Tallahassee,-Florida's Supreme Stark _____________28 8 22 W, D. .
W,,'
COMMON SENSE. the 1940 AAA Farm Program, the town's history occurred here Court justices agreed that six Lots 1, J, 8. 5 of Blk 8, I

says James J. Love, chairman of last week when six buildings were months' imprisonment is too W City& C'a Park Addition Sub Dlv to II

-- -I the State AAA Committee, who destroyed at an estimated loss of much for possessing moonshine Starke ________28 6 22 W. D .
,
SLEEP AND REST WILDLIFE PROTECTION returned recently from the National close to 1100,000, following an ex- whiskey. They upheld, however,, Blk 9 daeklna Add _.29 6 II 4 Unknown wet< f

Your sleep should be measured ON FLORIDA FARM IS AAA Conference in Wash- plosion of unknown origin In a a provision In the 1935 liquor law Com SWH at of NW NEU Cor& runS of T

recent bulletin PROFITABLE ACTIVITY ington, D. C., where recommendations local grocery store.WOULD making it a misdemeanor to poss 210 ftE728 ftN
carefully, says a 110 ft, W 728 ft to pt
I alcoholic beverage on
for the 1940 ess an
from a large Insurance company. were presented of beg-3H A ______29 < 23 4 J. M.
A recent report from Columbia farm program. FLOAT SHIP which excise tax has not been Wei h
You need a certain amount of NEVi of SEU of NEU 29 6 23 10 Henry .

1 sleep every day Just as you needa County Agent Guy Cox to the effect Next year's farm program will St. Augustine, Sheriff E. E. paid. W 105 ft of Lot 3 & all JHff I 1f

has confiscated enough unlawfully Lota 4. 5, 6 on S aid
certain amount of food everyday that farmers who are inter- also provide a better opportunityfor Boyce of NE'/J. of NEU ____29 6 U II ,

If you eat too little today, ested in wildlife conservation in operators of small farms to made liquor "to :float a CURFEW ABANDONEDLake EH of NEW of NE14 *x Corley j hn

you can make it up tomorrow; with participate and the responsibility battleship." He has records In his Worth,-Curfew shall not fAN of Ry ______31 6 U' 18 W. H. N.KM I

but if you eat too little every day, that section are well pleased of administration will continue In office to prove It. The books ring tonight or any other night,, SW% of NE% leo right } I
of more birds and of & 8E% of
prospects show he and his deputies have way
you will impair your health. The the hands of farmer committees.An because Mayor Grady H. Barntley NEt.exZOAoaSside
them should be
plenty cf feed for raided 1,525 moonshine stills since! ______________
loss of sleep for a night or two of interest to all Florida farmers. Important recommendation doesn't want Lake Worth classified 81 e 2* 04 B. C. Holt--,I..! rt

can be made up, but the habitual affecting soil conservation, and June 6, 1022. at a hick town. The 9 P. M. Com atapt205ftE -- ;,
of NW Cor of WH of .
and consid- "
Several farmers a
loss of the Bleep one needs will which should help small farmers curfew in vogue here for so long NWVi\ nt REV\ & run

break down the most rugged con- erable number of 4-H club boys In take part In the program, was TIlE LEADING PORT the old-timers can't remember E 160 ft ,8 250 ft, W
of U. S. 160 ft, N 260 ft to
stitution. Columbia County have realized that there be established a mini- TampaCollection when it began, has been coming beg ____.___________83 8 22 1 Fred
Albert
Customs in Florida totaled $3,- Jr
i Nearly every grown person the importance of more birds for mum soil-building allowance of from a siren atop the new fire 2V4 A In NE Cor of s% I

I needs an average of eight hours controlling Insects and for huntingand $20 per farm.: Another important 817,423 for the preceding 12 hall. A bell once was used. The of SE% of SWfe __32 t 22 8 Vasco Mlt;>;' u
months with the port of Com 460 ft N from SW
I of sleep every night. There are they have planted benne and soil conservation recommendation period, with $1,760,948 bell is preserved as a monumentto Cor of NWU of SEa %

persons who can live a long and other feed crops for the birds is one that would allow farm- Tampa leading pioneer days run E 390 ft for apt

happy life with only four or five and have seen to it that suffici- ers to earn up to $30 per farm compared with $1,074,258 for E70 cf ft beg, SIlO thence ft,run W

hours of sleep each night, but they ent woody shelter was available for tree planting in addition to Jacksonville, nearest competitor, MUST CLEAN UP 210 ft, thence N a-

are few and far between. for them. the regular soil building allowance lector according of customs.to Allie J. Angle, Col- Miami,-Circuit Judge Alto Ad- thence bout 35 alone ft to E road aid,

Your sleep Is more likely to re- Providing: feed for the birds for the farm. ams issued 'a temporary injunc- of road to pt of bee32 6 22 Bell 11r

fresh you It you Bleep with the protecting -them from cats and State and local AAA Committeemen tion prohibiting Kelly's Torch Club Lot 1 of Blk I, Lin- -"" U
SUNBURN BLAMED coin City _________82 6 22
windows avoid eating heart- other enemies and leaving will have fore from giving alleged indecent per- Unknown
open, grass responsibility Panama Clty-Severe sunburn Lot. 6. 7 of Blk 5 Lin- ti

ily Just before going to bed, sleepon and undergrowth in fence rows for the field administration was blamed by hospital physiciansfor formances after Investigators tes- coin City __________32 6 22 Wm McLe, fl
comfortable bed-on a bed for them are three important insurance and loans. Thisis tified women entertainers sang Lot 3 of Blk 6 Lincoln .j
a very of crop the death of Aaron Turner, 30, City --________-_____32 < 22 Ella Wllllan,
that doesn't sag, and just before things the farmer can do to in line with established AAA Turner smutty songs and danced scantily Lot 2.3, 4 of Blk 7 __'- :j*

coins; to bed, read or talk about conserve and replenish our Wild- policy of decentralizing; admini- gas company employe. clad at the night spot. Attor- Lincoln City ---- __82 612 Rhetta Cum 'igt .M
became 111 after overexposureto Lot 1 of Blk 8 Lincoln -
something that takes your mind life. stration of the program where- neys said the .order \would not ___ *
the sun July 4 and died late last at"a 10t'g82 1 32 Ed J. Johnson .,
off the cares of the day. Worry Doing this kind of thing doesn't ever possible. close the club but would force it Com pt "
week of blood poisoning and pneu- of Nw Cor of NWW
interferes with sleep and often take long and It will pay in big "The national conference was monia which were said to have to eliminate any objectionable of NWVt & run S lit

uses up more energy than hard returns. More birds mean less in- held a month earlier this year features from the show. ft, E 525 ft, N 655 ft,
resulted from the severe sunburn. W 625 ft to of tier
pt 33 8 22 Mr.
physical work. sects and more birds also mean than last," says Love. "This will SV4 of NW% of NW 4 Annie E Poult I

Sleep is not the only form of that the farmer can enjoy some give farmers in 1940 a better opportunity BLACK AND WHITE CHURCH WINS OUT Also hag at 8 line ,
60 ft W of
:rest A change from one sort of good hunting in season or makea than ever to know wellin Tallahassee, Florida's 1940 Tallahassee, The Supreme A 15 decrees Ry W& run 280

work to another is often restful, little money by collecting from advance of the planting sea- automobile license tags will have Court upheld a Miami city ordi- ft, thence W 15 degrees -

especially if the change is made hunters who hunt on his land son what the program has to offer white numerals on a black back- nance prohibiting the operation of Sec 33 N, thence to W line N of to

before the body Is over-tired; and Farmers in several other them. State a filling station within 350 yardsof NW Cor of SW'. of ,,
counties ground. D. W. Finley, motor
In the "Recommendations at I a church or school or nearer NW!%, thence E to
short and frequent pauses have begun working for conservation adopted vehicle commissioner, ordered beg ------_______83 8 22 25 ,The American "
course of a hard Job make the of wildlife and their efforts the national conference will be 550,000 tags from the State than 750 feet to another service All BEta of SE'i E of : T ut Co Il

work less tiring and more produc- used for drafting specific provi PM8-I' station. The Dallas InvestmentCo. road ------- :_ ._-___33 6 22 20 Mike Dew .. tJ
will not be in vain. In fact, on at Raiford, where they All SE% of SE'i W of '- I

tive. it would be a fine thing if every sions of the 1940 program. In manufactured. The plates on sought unsuccessfully to compel road ---..---_ _--___33 6 22 20 Joe Noegel .I|
farmer in general, it will continue on the W. H. Peace, city building inspector Lot 2 of Blk 2., J. M. l
in Florida
every county ficial cars will have black figureson John Sub Dlv of -

Rubber stamps, stapling mach- would do the same thing. If same lines as the 1939 program a white background. to grant a permit for the NEVi of NE 4 --____33 8 S3 1 Mrs.. Fannie I5t,waN til
ines at the Bradford County Tele- farmers all over the state workedto I Changes recommended are those erection of a station at north- 5 Aq In PB Cor of -
NE& of ______ j
SEVi 84 6 23 8 D. D. Woodard J
graph. which will simplify administra west Sevent Avenue and north- )I''
and wildlife I SAVVi\ of -
conserve NWH85
protect Ocala Two Nassau County 6 22 40 Bertha McWn d
It wouldn't be very long? before tlon of the program, or make it lumbermen, Augustus and John west Seventh Avenue and north- n',4 8270 of ft aw', of SWU 85 6 22 20 E. E. Lee 1-
of NWU of
effective the stand feet of another station. 1
from
more
!l1'ro the number of our birds would W. Walters of Hilliard, were sum- NW k -------___85 6 21 ON. M. Bradle __.. lift
with the point of soil conservation.The 1 tract 1050 ft N A S
compare favorably number
moned before Federal Judge :Louie
hv 210 ft F& W In
i'lr.VurltrrFOR that were In the state before conservation program provIdes Strum for arraignment on criminal CTY NOT LIABLE NR Cor of .NW<4 of
for establishment of national Tallahassee,-The city of Jack- NWM __ .85 .
hunting became so popular and charges of relating1 the Federal ----- 6 22 6 Cal Ollaaon I H

"GOOD DENTISTRY AT widespread among city and rural allotments for soildepletingcrops Wage-Hour law. The criminal In- sonville won immunity from a WH of NWVi ofW" of NWW--__S6 8 22 10 _J.tre. Sarah H I
folk. and a national goal for soil- $10,000 damage suit for malicious NWVI nt NElees S A (
the Walters
formation
REASONABLE.PRICES", building crops and practices, against prosecution. Supreme Court Justices In NB Cor ___ u_ 3 7' 22 85 T. J. Aldermu, 1 I.
Birds eat with failure to N 25
thousands of injurious charged them pay A of NW'i of
All Branches of insects and they do very'little which will be broken down to in- minimum wages specified by the I held a municipality is not SWHex SA E of road 3 7 22 22 Willie King II'
dividual farms. The national liable for the mistakes of its of- NV4 of SE', of BWU8 7 22 20 Mr Cornelia D OrlKli I 11:
damage to growing crops. If 1938 fair labor standards act, failure NVi of NEi'4 ____ .-_.? 4 7 23 SI Mr*. A. A W.'lam.on>
wheat allotment of 62,000,000 ficers "committed in the exercise M
DENTI3THYPlates N !. of NKVi\ of
NEU Of
they are protected and given the to pay for overtime, falsification i
acres for 1940 has already been of a governmental function imposed NE'4 ex W 1 A _h_ B 7 22 4 T. J. Aldermnn 11
.
opportunity to breed and multiply of records and Interstate shipment Beg 210 ft E of NW '
Crowns, announced. Other special aflot- in the Interest of the "
rhon* for they will repay efforts made in of goods produced in violation public. Cor of NWVi of NE4
Bridges, Fillings, SpecialOffer ments, such as cotton: corn, to- F. L. Andrews, employed by the ft run S 210 ft. E 420
their behalf the
many times over of act.LAUNDRY ft. N 210
ft, W
X-Rays Etc. bacco, and rice, will be made later city to investigate fires, chargedJ. ft to .. 420
6.26a7 again by keeping down insects, bfg __n_ 5 7 23 :2 Susie Mlllei 11
In the season when the 1939 cropIs L. McCain with burning an 5 A In SK: Cnr nf PE'l
providing good food for the farm STRIKE SPREADS of

ir. er's table, or providing a little ex- definitely known. Changes in Tampa,-W. E. Sullivan, presi- automobile in an attempt to defraud NE NW Cor, Rillo ex 4 1 A A 470 In
'ttrlt r rates of payment on these commodities Insurance The ft E &, W
an company. by 375 ft
tra cash to the farmer who sells dent of the Tampa Central Trades N&,
will be made the basis 14Nof&adjoining -
dismissed
on charge was
by the trial
the right to hunt on his land. and Labor Assembly, said the Fed- 5 A described
DENTAL SURGEON of what the allotments are for court and McCain sued. above
.
5 7 Marshall.la'k- t
From the standpoint of sound eral Department of Labor had 8 A In S----------- 22 i

Cor Bay and Laura 8ts ,agricultural economy, birds are them.As been asked to send! a conciliatorhere --. of NW4 being 4a43.4 -
in 1939 there will be two
ARRESTS
Over the Morrli FATHER ft E & W by 650
Plan Bank. of
worth all the efforts that be to aid in settlement n
Jacksonville Fla. may different payments which farmer Sarasota,-Sheriff Douglas B. ft N&, S -.. S 7 23 e Marshall Ja l
made to conserve and protect city-wide laundry strike which Lot 14 or NWV4 of SEt;
may earn in 1940. These are the Pearson held his father in jail of NEi} .___ I
10 '
them out of season. spread as more workers walked '- 7 7' 22 Oscar Osten J
conservation payments, and the here for allegedly stabbing his WJ.g ft NW% of NEB
out and violence was reported at ex 2 A on N end
ex
-- price adjustment payments. several *....laces. Estimates t\f. the mother In the eye with a knife. Tty ________ -- g y -. .>.". -11- '.>..!-=..Y John.. II
BUSINESSDIRECTORY STATE DRIVERS LICENSES! Sheriff Pearson said his father N E'<4 of NE'4&NW .
number of workers strike
on were of
SEV4 &
WILL NOT BE ON TIME SERVICEABLE HOO-LOT would be taken to SE>4 of
state ln Utu-
I placed at 850, a majority of whomare a x.vrr--r-r---___H T 22 120 L. B. Alexandi' .
EflUIPMKNT IS NEEDED Police I tion. The son succeeded his fatheras Sy" ofSEy of SE% _10 T 22 20 L. B, Alexand 'i'iII 1 1N'4

Tallnhasaee Application forms ON FARMS OF FLORIDA several negroes.demonstrations as reported strikers I sheriff here May 26 when the AW31"r of NF:1,4 Slay: &, _NEI._____ot_ 10 7 22 40 L. B. Alexander .

have not been completed and picketed all major laundry father, C. B. Pearson, resigned NWII& &: 8i!, of SW4!

therefore Florida's new automo- Gainesville, With Florida's because of illness. Governor SW'4 SE of% ----k------11 T 22 360 L. B. Alexand *7
plants and engaged in wrangles NE'4 Aw3L
bile drivers' licenses will not be spring pig crop reported at 427- with strike breakers who walked Cone appointed the son to the job. of SRI4 of NW'4 .11 7 22 BO L B. Alexand 1..

put on sale August 1, 000 head, the largest number in Mrs Pearson was in a critical SEll"f of NE'4 & NWt/4
The drink through picket lines. NW'Io I
It SO L B. Alexand-
--- T 23
D. W. Finley, State motor vehicle this state since records were start- condition at a hospital here. Her Nay' ot NW4! 01 RtVy 11 T 22 20 Unknown I'

l that commissioner who will handle ed 16 years ago by the U. S. Plant Industry. They are Imperial eye was removed last night after N1-r 1'14,! of NEiL\ of SWt/4 __11 7 22 20 L. B. Alexande-, t

I collections, said he expected to Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 44 and 847, both of which or- her husband plunged a knife into ,"EI M 3', ?-S.-?-'-wiri-- ----H 7 T 22 22 240 320 Foster L. B. Alexand'KM "_'. 11

A. everybodyknows have license forms ready to be farmers are paying more attentionto iginated on the Pacific Coast. Imperial it as they sat at the dinner table I E\r of NE & NW T:
NE'4 II
printed next week, but "they prob- hog-lot equipment, says Raymond 847 has been grown in E'-! of NEt--of---SE34----____16 18 T 7 22 23 120 20 L.Ben B.Hall Alexander 1

I ably will not be ready for deliveryto Crown, assistant animal Florida two years, makes a good 3,670 AT RAIFORD sv;'. of 8W t7 __ -Ie 7 22 40 Inez Ivey P 1.1 l 1'

; county judges before August husbandman with the State Agricultural head and is not prone to "bolt"or Tallahassee,-The Florida prison AwiSE\u --3.&NEy-------__.16 7' 22 120 T'nknown lit'

: 5ct 13: ," County judges! will sell the ;. Experiment Station. go to seed-a fault of many system is a man's institution All R34fof NWt4---f17 7 23 40 Inez; Ivey Prd i'S

licenses. Hogs can be raised successfully lettuce varieties grown In Florida. there are only 148 women among v1 & fNE'4

Licenses will sell for 00 cents here without expensive equipment The new varieties, Dr. Jamison the 3670 prisoners and only 21 of RWtk Sofa.s. &: F
I
and large investments, but points out, require a fertile soil these are white. The Ry ex 2 A In FIE Cor
women are &: NE
COCA-COLA DOT. CO. each. Every driver must have % of SWYW of
the animal husbandman declares or ample fertilizer on less fertile kept in separate buildings at Rai- SW'4 '
one by October 1. The revenue I' E35 -------------- 7 33 80 Bolen Johns
that the equipment used should be ford. They work at various kitchen of a 1 A lot In 8W :
Cor
will finance CD-member State nf SE
a. WE ARE a soils.Another % of SE>,4
adapted to conditions and needs. does well 01
variety that and domestic tasks. Month by BE% __ W. H. Griffin
highway patrol which Governor ------- T 12
PRESCRIPTIONn Farmers in increasing numbersare In the East is New York 12, the month the prison system's total Lot 3, 4 oT Blk 14 __138 7 22 "Mrs. F. P. Croft INV
would nt
Cone said he not start until NE&
EXPERTS RWy4 "f
requesting for farrow- that been in '
plans has
license collections are sufficient variety grown population increases, except in ev

P CARPENTER'SThe Ing houses, loading chutes, san- the East for several years. Only months when releases are ordered of NEvToT'Nwti' 11N'
for it.
to A In'
pay .1 I SB Cor __ _0120 135 Inn Ivey Pollard
itary hog waterers, and other year. of growing iceberg lettuce semi-annually by the State Par- Ry" of NW\4 of 7 22 20 1tyntAEy
AW'4
20 T F. C. Geiger
State law for the licenses 22
provides
Rexall Store equipment which will make it possible In Florida will permit plant don Board. During June, the prison ez A In tat

to be placed on sale August to raise healthy, thrifty breeders to perfect varieties that system received 94 persona, and ew of Cor NW14_- es_ j _A 20 7 22 78 UnknowJ1N" -

PLUMBINGPrompt 1, but Commissioner Finley saidIt pigs and improve conditions, are particularly adapted to our discharged 82-including one kill RW In SE Cor -----__.61 'l II 68 In. Ivey Pollard .._: lUE'4

Service at was not possible to completethe Crown says. growing conditions, Dr. Jamison ed in an attempt to escape and ,%of of NW/4 Nw34 of__ ___!1 7 2t 40 Unknown :
SW*, 11 20 R. T. Corbin '
blanks by that time. T It
Reasonable Prices He recommends a portable col- declares. one who escaped. NE > of NW B -----__28 1 22 'Os. C. Lee ____ 3w
The State licenses will not re- ony house which can be moved '=;uof NE'4 aEtyot:
Let Me Estimate Your Job "W'4 & w
place any municipal driver's licenses from field to field as grazing (Continued from page three) 1& Sy" of AB:% of SEu
C. M. RITCH '"r By" of
crops are rotated to facillate sani- SW34 0

-- --------------------- ----------- SW'4 --------- -__ / 'f 34 Unknown __
..
tation. Sanitary hog waterers, T. N3i of 22
I NE34&REV.
De.erlptle. See. T R A Owaer A te.i.Lot. of of
INSURE WITH self-feeders and mineral boxes, f1E NWt/e a NE34 of k
10, 11 of Bile U, -- __!A 166 Unknown
shelters hurdles ---- 7 l
troughs, loading __
Livingston Trub" .. NW'o ofNF' ------U 'f II 40 W. O. Seals
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT chutes and breeding crates are Co'. Addition to es 5 A

other equipment which Crown Starke __ _____11 1 22 Mrs, Julia Eastman __ 1.71' NW In NE Cor 3S A In _
Lot 1 01 Blk C,N. J. Cor ------U II C. Van Alsteln
7 <
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS NW1. :_
suggests for Florida hog farmers. Jones Add to Starke 21 1 22 Unknown _______ 8.n s3e of, of -----U 7 H 40 K. C. Sweeney ..
Lot II of Blk I Temple. Elk 4 In Hamp_
Crown has prepared a bulletin ton __ i
Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA Addition to 8tarke _21 6 12 Carl John. _________ 2.12 Lots ------ 7 22 Marlon Gnann
on hog-lot equipment for Florida Lot 1 of Blk 11, Tern- T. 8, 9. 10 of Blk
10
which contains pointers on construction pies Addition toStark. f Dike In I Blanl..on. Add 80 7 22 W. E. Daughtery 1
-----------.2$ 6 12 Unknown ____________ 1.10 Add 4. I In WrlcbU
of these needed items of Lot 4, I of BIle U. Ternp1 I Lot ---- ------ 7 22 Foster Shl Smith
BOREE FUNERAL equipment and their use. The 20- a Addition toAtarke 6204 et eq In BEfO
HOME Cor
_III 1 12 C. A. Futch _-=___-'-_ .... Add of Blk 9 Wrlcht. la6
page illustrated manuscript haa Lot I of mk 1Ternpl.s -
Wllllami
------- DeWItt
--
-- 7
Full line of O-okeU Undertaken :Fy" of 23
Supplies just been printed by the Florida AddItion t 0 SE 10 20 C. P. Pearson --
AMBULANCE SERVICE __ _________ W of SE of SW 7 12
*. Starke 11I 6 12 J. a. Pre".tt _________ 8.7'7' F 4
PAY AND NIGHT Agricultural Extension Service, Lot. I, T. II of Blk C. NE'4 i. of Ry --------__ 7 32 13 C P. Pearson
OJ PHONE5 and copies can be obtained from RI.lnc. Addition to 1. 01 SE" .. N*, of t
Starke ___ _________U 6 12 Dr. P. A. Brlnaon ___ BEEw of SE'4 ------10 80 Mrs. Ida D. Marvell
I.U
7
O. IL BENNETT.:: Mgr."A county agents or the Extension Lnt. A, B, r oBI1. NE\4 A on 23
HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Service in Gainesville. Wynn. Addition to side ot SW of ILof

Starke --- _____11I 6 II Boyd Hollowa" _____ I.U SE'4 NEy of-------------a1 7 22 44 Mr. Maggie, WIIIIIII1'E
Lot I of RIle!4, J. M. NE

NEW: ICEBERG LETTUCE Jobn. Add to Slarke JI 1 II C. 1". Hoover ___ 1.10 SWI,4, Et4 ofof
Lot. .. t, 6, T, I 01 Elk SW ot SWI,4,
ADAPTED TO FLORIDA 1. City Park Sub DIY ,, of W14.. 6
i W 1& C'. Addition N3o of SE% of swt,4 It 140 Foster Shi Smith
T
22
II.
SPECIAL" to Starke __ 21 6 II W. B. Watson __ BE'4 Knight
Gainesville Fla.-That .11 -- T 80 D. E.
Iceberg 14 11 SW It
Lot. 7. e, 11, ,II, 34 of NEV, -- __I/ 40 D'E. L
-
lettuce can be grown along the 11. 11, 120 o1 Uicl'. u,'of SWaaaWyyy of SE3b-- -a1 I II" SO Robt. Knla"r1'. l'

Eastern Seaboard has been U. If 15. Sr of 40 Leigh M., Pear 1111A
pretty k 22
YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c' City Park Sub Diva W' SE'% 8jH. it
well established, says Dr. F. S. C'. Addition to Of NW% __ SOU M. p.a aal1 4
71 Leigh
Jamison, horticulturist of the Starke --________16 1 II W. :B. Watson ______ 11.11 Lot Lot 1 -------21- !* 21 II 16 Leigh ),{. Fearisl: I IW
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO Florida Lot. Uk 11. 11. II, 16of Lot.1 --- --.::. 54 I IS IT '-L Igh M. Fearw"1S1 I!
Agricultural Parknub I, !
Experiment 2. t Peaeall
IYIW C''tb-s:
Lot -----uE 3 22 lAlc'hf._
Station. There remains the : Ad.ditloa 4 ex 11 A In
problem -
PAYSmith's to StarkeII 1 II W. :B. Cora all
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r CHURCH DIRECTORY: & NOTES f Boyouts GUM BRANCH r BROOKER

Ky :\I.,.. Kdd Purrivh I STATE FARM
lly :Mrs. L. L. Parker Uy M!

BJrTLST. E I.httootPaator Rev.METHODIST Frank Robinson Rev.PRESBYTERLVN Chas. H. Allen I Rev.EPISCOPAL Fred. erkeu. Jr. CHRISTIAN The weekly meeting of the Boy H. If. Keene and sons Vanlce I.i I: A.I. PastorEl. Hev. and R. C of Shamrock
W. T. the
':U1)C.undR2 ) l. K. Ferryman.den. Pastor Sunday Rector School Pastor McOuIr I Scouts of America Troop No. 70 week-end spent The Ladles' Aid met at the chee and Mrs. Kathallne Cole of
Thoma' Superintendent I Supt. was held In the Church with Mrs. Keene here. home of Mrs. L.
A.
tech.,1.ndRf Oranlat Miss Ella J. S.... Sunday School Supl I School. Mrs. Louise Drown Tues North Carolina are guests of Mr.
of Church School Denmark
schln'' Mr*. E. M. Davis Orl'an.at Mrs. rooms of the and Acres day of last
Church School Ira Wilson First. Methodist week. The next meeting and Mrs. M. R. Holmes.Mr. .
4 ..45A AIomlnr 10 A. M. Church School Supt. Mrs. James Carlisle Sunday School Church on last Chatman of Jacksonville spent will be at the home
1 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1J 1t r t.rv1ce! Service 10 Friday evening at of Mrs. .
Roy IjithewuChurch o'clock the werk-end and Mrs. Horton
with her of Home-
Morning Worship Mr.
11 A. M. Similar Worship Service 7:45: : o'clock with a large numberof parents R. T. Hargraves and all membersare
Service 11 A. M. School School and Mrs. stead are Mr.
'1'raln1nll'Ion. Every J. S. Sapp here. visiting: and Mrs. B.
pUot- p :11, Evening Worship 10 A. M. 10 A. M. 2nd Sunday boys attending.Only asked to be present After
.oe 8:09 Sundays __ It o'olock a. m Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish C. Prince for a couple of weeks.
Ser"Ioe, Service : P. M. Morning Worship 11 A. M. 8:00 spent the business
.nlnr Youn l.'. : o'clock p. m. 6 boys of the Troop were meeting was over the Mrs. L. F. ..
I teO p. M. PecT> 11 A. M. Friday. __ 8:09: p. M. Prayer Meeting Friday night with his sister Mra. Chapman. and Robert
I af.r $eettftntI&Y I'.AI. League 7:00: V.Meetings M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Dayalo A. M. Wednesday Night absent from the meeting but with |I Roy Clemons. guests were served refreshments Chapman are visiting relativesIn
3:00:: 1:00 o'clockClnnCIl the vacation period rapidly drawing Notice
Prayer Meetln.Wedneaday .: Mr. and Nashville Tenn
Planl.t to a close Mrs. J. S. Sapp and OnVednesday, August 2, there
CanoVaholr 8:00: P.M. we are anticipating
sons daughter Selma I Mrs. J. A. Lander and Jo.
I MISSION attended son.
HALL churchat will be
Director Mrs. F. H. Long- GOSPEL T.mRpon.ored OF a 100 percent meeting In the matter a cemetery working at I
powell CURIn! r Rock Allen, have returned to
vhn H Organist and Choir Sponsors: of attendance each Saturday. Deden. Come early before the their

I Chairman Deacon.V. Director Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs.by Harry Pickup, week. Mrs R. L. Clemons and little sun gets too hot so we can get It home here after a visit of several
ot Pastor The
rd Mr.. E. K. Perryman, pledge of allegiance to the weeks in
JT.. I Avon Park with relatives.

Klckllter T. Qulgl.y son of all
Assistant Organl QuigleyBible Bible Study 3 near: Starke were visiting cleaned off good.
p. m Flag opened the
Chairman. T. T. Long Assistant Study, each Evangelistic Service Sermon meeting which Miss Elizabeth Harnage They were acompanied
I rd ot Tru.tee.i Choir Director each Friday and sun Lords and The was followed by the Scout Oath Sunday. Miss Joe Ella Berry was visiting J :home by Mrs. Lander's
powell Tuesday evening 8:00 day $upper 4 p. m,. u._. ._.._.. 4t__ L. 1- ,_ A' tlster. Mrs.
i. 0. evening 8:00: vry !SundayMETHODIST and Laws. The Scoutmaster the i-' "& ''''1'8. LUQ t'arnsn spent m itampion last week-end. C. P. Anderson, and her little i

-- Rev. Frank Robinson, made the Wednesday night with Mr. and The people here and from other daughter. !

MISSION HALL boys a brief talk concerning the Mrs. R. L. Clemons near Starke. places enjoyed the three days Roberta Whitfield

I Bob Jones An outstanding feature of the values of Scouting In their every Those' who attended the funeralof meeting at Rock last Friday, Sat- guest of Marjorie Davis was of week-end Starke.

Bible Study on Tuesday eveningwas CHURCH day lives after which the mem- Dink Green Sunday afternoonwere urday and Sunday. There were Mrs. Stubbins several

the splendid work done by the NOTES bers of the Troop receiving Merit ,: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and more people than could get In the days In Tallahassee spent last week. .

nments On Here children in memorizing scripture. "Prayer-A-- Badges were presented with their children, Mr. and Mrs. II. H'I church house and every body enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. R JCox, were
;
Lifetime" Keene and J.
Hereafter also a very sweet solo by one of was the Merit Badge cards. Boys receiv- A. Harange' and the many sermons preached called away because of the deathof

d the boys. Psalm 102 was ably set subject for the morning service of ing Merit Badges and daughter Miss Elizabeth Harn- by the visiting ministers. Mr. Cox's father at Montverde.

e Bible often refers to the forth by the leader as one of the worship at the First Methodist ment recommendations advance-I' age.Mr. The people here are very busy > .

t ae the seat of Intelligence.effort most important of the Psalms Church the Rev. Frank Robinson follows; for and Mrs. Dave Clemons and getting their tobacco to the ware- BUS SCHEDULE ;

: [ hat been made to ex- bearing forcefully on the coming pastor, last Sunday rank of Eagle, Scout Frank Rob. family, Mrs. Mancle demons and houses this week. North Bound

I i this by stating that the an- of the King to reign, which event morning. inson, III; Life, Scout Michael EdIt Parrtah left Sunday night for Mrs Fred Hazen and family are Leave Starke: 2:43: a. m., 12:35

I writers did not know that Is gladly anticipated by His true Assisting in this service was Dew; First Class, Scout A'I I Miami where they will spend visiting In St. Augustine this I p. m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:13p. :

I the head. There followers for "To those Mrs. E. K. Perryman at the Baker; Second Class Scout some time. week. I .
[brain was In who love I organ "'L .. I m., 10:13: p. m.South .
I an announcement recently by His appearing, to them He will rendering special selections. The wnite, jr; Merit Badges. were V Mrs. M. F. Ogden and childrenof Bound

(George W Crlle to the effect appear." 2nd Tim. 4:8.: The Choir under the competent directorship awarded to Scouts Frank Robin THERESSABy Pompano spent Tuesday with Leave Starke: 2:20 a. m., 10:29

I recent scientific advances Upper Room continues to draw of Mrs. son, III; William Enoa Hayes; Mr*. .\. I. SlUUvHn Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kelly. a m., 2:20: p. m. 3:20 p. m.'Nt .

I 't shown that there Is a "brain those who long to learn more of Jeannette Kincaid Sonny Haynes, George B. Flynn Mra. S. A[. Ualrd was the supper \\ Hound to TollahaMe

er' In the region of the heart. the Word and who seek to humbly sang an anthem most beautifully. Michael A. Dew, Archibald I Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Moore and : guest of the Hargraves family Leave Starke: 8:33: p. m. arrive

Crlle says "There i Is anotherer serve where He leads. The soloist for the morning was Thomas Jr; Buddy Davis, Leon- family of South Miami. were I Friday evening.Mr. Starke 12:33 p. m.

I a second brain, In thee Some of the children who have Mrs. Edwards of Jacksonville.The ard F. Smith, Jr., Comer Perry cent visitors at the home of re-I und Mrs. Harmon Morganleft For free pick-up service (with

center in the region of the been away for a long while were evening service was composed man, Leonard Peek. and Mrs. E. S. SIbley. I for Williston to spend a few in city limits) phone Lacy Conway .-

t. This center is even more noted among those present Tues- chiefly of singing. The The Main Court of Honor will Howard Mooro and :Miss Mar- j I I days with Mrs. Morgan's family agent.
be held In the Duval the Elstona.Mrs. .
edul than the head brain bee day evening. worship service was directed by County Court gerette Iloen left Saturday for I
the miles the House on Thursday evening ((27) May Saucer of Baldwn Is
controls
It many Intermediate Department. The Belle Glade after a two week'sl!
system as well following with Judge J. Ollle Kdmunds as visit with I visiting her mother, Mrs. John
he circulatory TABERNACLK took part on the Mr. Moore's parents >
splratlon and digestion." Thee On Friday and Sunday nights gram; the pastor making a brief pro- Chairman of the Court. The regu- Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Moore. I demons, who has been III for
lar meeting of the Troop will be some time and is no better now.
e not Intended to teach men the regular services were held and talk concerning the usefulness of I MIst Ruth Zeigler was a visitor

ce, but the Bible Is always were of much Interest, with Jere- music in worship services, Mrs. K.: held on Friday evening of this I to Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. We wish her a speedy' recovery
week with Senior Mr. and Mrs. Jlardee InGalnl'Bvllle
tifically correct. /"A man's miah as the theme on Sunday K. Perryman playing the organ I Patrol Leader W. W. Packham and were
Knoa Hayes and Junior I Saturday night visiting !!
Assistant
deviseta his way." "The night and current events to prove for the congregational singingand daughter, Miss Hazel, were
Senior Patrol Leader their daughter Rebn Lee.Mrs. .
t of the wise teacheth his that prophesies are literally be- also a prelude: The servicewas Michael Dew visitors to Jacksonville and Jacksonville -
In charge. A Turner Markey of
. member of High
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:b. 'Out of the abundance of ing fulfilled dally. announced by Leonard Smith, Beach Sunday.Mr. .
Troop Committee will be Springs and Mrs. Martel Read of
heart the mouth speaketh." Jr; Call to Worship, Marjorie present. and Mrs. LACY Hunter of
The world tooay doesn't quite f Lm .--- -_rir__ LaCrosse were callers at the i1i
good; man out of the good Davis; evening prayer Virginia Tampa and Mrs. Alma Surrencyof
understand what It's all about, but Markey home Sunday.Wm. .
of the heart Sewell BOOTSEY'S HEACIlly Hrooker were visitors at the
lire brlngethi ; Organ solo, Charles C.
once in a while when a life Is Harden of Green Cove
, I i good things." "He knoweth Fender; Scripture rending. Patsy Miss Effie ('ruwf'lrIl home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
transformed and walks in new- Springs III a guest at the home of
thoughts and Intents of the of Keen; Solo, accompanied by Mrs Moore Monday.
ness of life one is reminded his brother. Charles Hardee.
'The evil heart of I J. A. Chesuer and J. S. Rosier Mr. Milton Youngblood of Tampa -
t. un- the old violin and the touch of Perryman, Garnlta Hut to; a Lee Gainey atal.ted'to work lust
t. ''The hidden man of the the masters hand as given In the special choral selection by the were business visitors to Lake l II visiting his. father L. L. Monday cleaning the school house

These and glmiliar Bible Young City Tuesday. I Youngblooii.,
received
t. following beautiful poem whose People; offering I and grounds for school to begin
ilons are scientifically cor- author is unknown: by Comer I'erryman and Billy Mr. and :Mrs. G. B. Johns were Mrs. Josephine Sullivan is next Monday.

God says, "As a man think- Lee; offertory prayer Michael visitors to Macclenny Sunday. upending the week at the homesof Mr. and Mrs. G. K McGauleywere

ID his heart so Is he." This is The Touch of the Muster's Hand- Dew; violin solo, accompanied by Friends and relatives will regret her sons A. L>. and C. Sullivan. with a fishing party down at '

ally true It Is scientificallyThere Mrs.! Perryman, Grace Dew; Poem to learn that Mrs. C. E. G. M. Bennett Is visiting his Brooklyn Lake last week, but I'

has been a great deal 'Twas battered and scarred, and Freddie WImberly; a Hymn Medley Crawford has had a relapse. We daughter Mrs. C. Sullivan this were called home before the fish-

chological study in recent the auctioneer l Piano and Organ duet Mer- wish for: her a speedy recovery week. ing started good. Their son Sam

9. but man still knows very I. Thought It scarcely worth his tile Hemmlngway at the Piano R. N. Crawford attended N. D.Greens Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little jumped In the branch on his stomach -

about his own mental pro- while and Mr. Pender at the organ; the funeral at Union Church son Donald left Monday for their und hurt himself. lie struck
To waste much time on the old home In Miami after a visit of
its and about his own heart. League Benediction by the con I Sunday. something In his stomach, It took
violin, several weeks with relatives and
more the writer studies thee gregation.
Mr. several stitches to sew him
and
Mrs. W. H. Green and up.
But he held it with a smile. here.
up friends
and (the more he reads cur- A large congregation attended children visitors But ho Is better now.
were to the
literature the "What am I bidden, good folks, I C. Sullivan FelixSullivan and
more he rea- Wateroak Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hunter of
both section
of these worship services Sunday after
he cried, R. M. Kersey were buslnem visitors -
i that it is asinine for a man Lake City .Mrs. Thomas of Worthington -
"Who'll start bidding for me? of: the day us well as a large: noon.Darby to Galnesvlllu Monday.
i
though he may have a Docof Springs Mm. Minnie
A dollar, a doHnr-now two, only group attending the Church School Ga klns wan a business I Re\r. Burton of Hampton filled
Philosophy degree from a visitor to Jacksonville last week. Rimes, Mrs. Mary Green Mrs K.K. .
at the
lersltv 'c. set up his puny In- two- and the evening meeting of Young Mrs. J. S. Hosier la his regular appointment 1 Parrish of Dukes were weekend >
Two dollars, and who'll make it > spending Christian Church Saturday und j
encf i gamut the word of three? People.On; her summer vacation visiting relatives Sunday evening. I guests ut (the Mai'key homo

.1. _Th, ,I.greatest.'-_ .u and_u most'- _splumiut h._- next Sunday morning the in Kai/ord N. C. .J/.nrv.. ..." .Iftirftv......" w tfl vlftitlnfT, .____n n -In-- _Lake I. Mrs. Mary Green upending _
fl'Lit wunu nas!! ever "Three dollars once, three dollars, Church School will convene at theregular -- 4PROGRAM I Butler this week. several days with Roy Gieeit unit I w
n navt never been able tom family In Gainesville. Mm. \Hoy ,
twice, hour of 10 o'clock under FOR Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wallace
tht intellectual and scien- Green has been sick for u good ,
for three"--but no of E.
Going the superintendency Judge were recent visitors to Orlando.
| depths of the Word of God. from the room far back a gray- K. Perryman. and the Kvenlng NEW RIVER ASS'N.The Hlrtltdii Parly' while. j I
a ant studies this Word he beta Jeannette McGituley III visiting i
haired man meeting of Young People will be -- --- i Little Grace Dickinson was the I

I understand what Jesus Came forward and picked up the held at 7 o'clock. There will be following program for the I honor guest Tuesday afternoon, In Gainesville with, her sister

frt when he said, "Heaven and bow; no preaching service on Sunday at New River Association Union when her mother entertained with Thed. j

h shall pass away, but my dust from the to be held The Leslie GreenM, the Roy ,
Then wiping the either the morning or the evening meeting, with the Law- a delightful party In celebrationof
II i shall Greens' and he Karl: Greens'
(
not pass away. old violin, hours. The pastor was given a tey Baptist Church, Saturday and of seventh birthday anniver j f '

And tightening up all the strings two weeks> vacation by the Board Sunday, July 29 and 30 was an- sary. spent Saturday afternoon In'

lie writer has been studying He played a melody pure and of Stewards at a recent meetIng nounced this week by T. B. Pin- Grace and her little friends were Hampton. __ I Immi ,
.
Word ot God since he, was a sweet, of the board. Services wilt! be Saturday entertained with a number of m j --- rot-

f child He has found many As sweet as an angel sings. resumed at the usual hours on the' holster, clerk of the association. games and at four o'clock were PINE LEVEL

S3: he cannot understand. first Sunday in August. 10:00: -Devotional, Ancll Futch. Invited Into the dining room lly Mm. II. M. MrlUe

s are things that are too deep The music ceased, and the Auctioneer Everyone Is cordially Invited to I0:30-Benefits coming from where the center of attraction was Mri-G.: :

''in. too high for him, and toot the family Altar." Rev. J. J. a large birthday cake beautifully Mr and A Gay of
and attend and all of our servicesof Brooker Mr. and
fOI him. However, therea With a voice that was quiet any Johnson. decorated and topped with seven were visiting

few things that low, worship. Prayer meeting service Mrs. J. R. Hall Sunday.Mrs. .
are perfectly ; 11:00: -Doctrinal Sermon Prov- pink candles. The little guests
1 God loves us. He sent Said: "What am I bid for the old will be conducted at, 7:30 P. erbs 31:10: "The Church, the were then served Ice cream and agenei'OUc O. R. Alvarez and child-

IOn to die for us. Jesus bore violin?" M. (Please note change of time) Bride of Christ." piece of birthday cake. ten of Vanderbilt section and Mrs.A. .

rose from thousand dollars--and who'llmake Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
the dead. He as- "A and worship with us. ment. Marjorle Hall. Carrie Mae Hull
l ed Into heaven. He sltteth at It two? -. 1:15 Devotional, Rev. L. O Hazel Packham, Lucille Brown II. M. McRae Friday. use
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right hand of the Father. He Two thousand---and who'll makeit OMEN: UN TillU'RY: Hemingway. Kmajo Brown Ada Beth Padgett, Miss Delores Haltiwunger of

!ming back again some day. I three? It will probably be a surprise to 1:30-ltoll Call of the churches Truman Dickinson, Edwin Johns, I Jacksonville and Mite Doris FLAMCLESSELECTRIC

saYB He is able to save unto I, Three Thousand once, and three I most readers to know that women and business sescion.2:15Special Gladys Bundy, Grady Williamson Miss badge Odessa of Starke McIUe were Friday guests night.of

Uttermost all who come to thousand twice I have the right to sit on juries in : music led by J. T. Wllltford Padgett. (I. 1... Padgett, I
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Oliver of
he.
by Him He teaches me that And going-and gone, said e only 25 states and that Florida Is Harris. II. F. Geiger, Car lie Mae Hilly and I Plant night
City spent
Dot lave myself. I knoW"He but some of I tot one of them. 2:20: --Subjects: "The Gospel according Hobble and Emojean Hall. Sunday COOKERY
The cheered with Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Under-
|ght about it. He says He people Illinois and Mon- to St. John." Rev. C. A. -.- -

I"! to ave me and that if I them cried Last spring Crosby, Rev. S. J. Morgan. GRAHAMlly hill.Mr It's cool.convenient
come "We do not quite understandWhat I l ana took action to give women and Mrs lirltton Alvarezhave ,
| n Him He will not cast 3:30: Adjourn.
out changed its worth?" The t he: right to serve on Juries and Mrs. L. C' Smith a new daughter In their
He
lIon makes It plain that man replied 1 tt oday of the 25 states. only 13 Sundayl0:00.Sunday home. The young lady arrived forleisurely

i ia not by works, but by "The touch of the master's hand.." rAnd nake jury service compulsory for : school hour. Mrs. Eva!: Strickland and children Friday July 21st.
fe. In other I 11:00 Doctrinal Sermon Rev. C.
rve it words, I do not many a man with life out of \women as well as men.We'll : have returned from a visit i Mrs. I K. P. Gay and little grandsonvl ,

I get something from L F. Hooker. tvlth. __ .relatives In South Florida, .t"",.'ht.. Jt.ttvl..nn..v: r _..."Ir.

Ifcagin The gift of God Is And tune battered, and torn with sin If asked bet about a goO the question many people would, I .la"Wjll..IJU. ; .JOJ wnorpy.--00'1. .n C. J.: Frazier and sons Charles lie are visiting Mrs. and Mrs.J. summertime i
fl Me People 1:13: : -Devotional, led by Pastor
they do Alta Smith
say Miss
to a thought. that was all and Bobble, and R. Hall.
Is auctioned cheap I thought
Understand "Why
the say. Lawtey Church.
[ Bible. If every- I were business visitors In Gainesville living.
jno reads> the Book would less crowd. settled with the woman sufferage 1:30: -S. S. Administration and -
old violin.A In 1919." But Friday. They were accompanied THE 3n.Sfie; <*tOU3.JE
I juot what he can understand :Much like the amendment back Records S. K. Sparks. home by Mrs. Frazier who

Quid' of that Is not so. 1:43: -Special music, Ralford
mdnage to
and would get by pretty "mesa of pottage a glass The survey of the womenofthe Intermediate haw been attending Summerschool @
some day get
there.
wine
I, situation by the Council
to heaven Jesus _ys, "I A game-and he travels on, Jury that 1:50-Discussion, "Adult Department Mils Alta Smith was visiting

the Wa). I am the Resurrec- :Ie's once ani going twice of State Governments shows ," I'. M. Barefoot. Misses Mary Townsend and Iris
1 am the gog In 23 states women have neitherthe 2:05: -Roll Call and business.
Life. He made He's going-and almost gone Crews of the State Farm Sunday
claim right nor the duty to serve 2:45-. Y P U. General Subject
for Himself, He said Cut the Master comes. and the : Mri. L. C. Smith left Saturdayfor I
is 20
was ihi. to on juries. This mark you "Courage in Conflict." wilt visit
she
where
save unto the ut- crowd Orlando
foolish
,I''Jlt Ourlng my ministerial Never_ can qulto U!:: crt:1d: years after the granting of equal 2:45: : "Paul", Ovid Futch, Law- I relatives. I

bay '6'n Him save all kinds The worth of a soul. and the sufferage. tey. Revival service are being held J. G.
of the Spencer
nD@r8 He has delivered the change that's wrought It In a curious quirk mentality 2:35:: "Ruth", Allle Mae And during this week at the Christian ,
the
ken oum from his debauchery. touch of the Masters which concedes women rews, Ralford.3.Q5 Church. The revival will close on

awed he thief from his dis- By band.the Author unknown. ability to vote for the and presidency : : Special Music, by Lawtey I Sunday with the Convention ,, ;Manager

My H@ has washed the fal- *--.- for state county city Baptist Church. which meets at this church. The I JACKSON LLE'S
'omen *.hlter than snow. He officers yet not the ability to decide 3:10: "Jonathan." Doris public Is Invited to attend then I II I SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER

'urnel he murderer Into a CHURCH SCHOOL whether or not a man stole Starke. crews'l services. LEADING HOTEL I

feabuKn iristlan citizen The PICNIC PLANNED his neighbor's pigs.-St. Peters- 3:20 "Moses" Kvle Mae Jewett Fogg returned from a C"'r11.- iki. ...._ I.. YOURBICCEST

Independent. I Antioch.i C t"'l1'I." .. .. I
)f human nature the burg pier, trip to the World's Fair Friday
0 -.--- W. C. Carr Sr. 1 koart" .....-
'c: w of i 3:30 "Timothy" SUMM fa
sin the more I the Presby- carbon night. Ifwb> 100<7 ,
I ftUre ;: there Is none other The Faculty of School Typewriter ribbons, Pine Grove. COMFORT JJrie ... .... BARGAIN I. :
und terian-Episcopalian Church paper second sheets adding 3:40: -Business and Roll Call. lock division of LaBelle's State _.... loS _
Wher' heaven given among for a picnic to beheld at Bradford County Livestock and Produce Market .......sa.. Vse b5a& ..., 5.4wUS 'I
>v we must be saved." have planned at three machine paper 4:00: Adjourn. A. L. -...... --.... ......
Friday afternoon Telegraph.at Market Wednesday, Aug.. 2.
....,. Susaaq In wulsi a eveif flee. /h&IliJO
o'clock at the Presbyter I an CELEBRATE: NEW MARKET Buckle and his crew of the Kls-

1,209 there they win go ilmmee market will be on handto K)ruu. riicio 1 f
MALARiA Church. From twelve and ryonwUl meet La Belle, -Plans are being completed i:
to Kingsley Lake. All P"*"*" the church at three. to entertain 3.00O visitors' assist the local outfit at their I COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
at
r.portf'd the r. S. In 1938JIn 1 and guardians are cordially invited Each again person la to bring what he at the free barbecue and dance i first sale which will take place t COFFEE SHOP ELECTRICITY il

n't to the picnic All parentswho and all will be sponsored by the Hendry County Immediately following the big I
for supper ..
eat .
Delay to come I can 0,5.J. S e.e.4 tee
&1' 666In have cars are urged pooled together to make pne big Chamber of Commerce. ia celebration -I lunch scheduled 11 A. M.. to 12: I I5.s4 ro-c....__-.. DoSoeet_.........
?OD.\\ with i and assist with the transportation. I supper. of the opening of the live- ) 15. P. M I i---------- I

t'1eVk. )lAJarfa 7 day, The school will dismiss as usual I picnic .

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTS TELEGRAPH STAJIKK FLORIDA FRIB.tp .rtttit.



Bradford County 1877 TelegraphEstablished 1! Pet Show Proves To, Be Good Fun '


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Published-'Weekly'on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I -- do
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Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida I -- Mk

E. L. Matthews _'-_'___.,---____ _='::__ '___Editor and'Owner!II' buy TIRE'NAeA1N ;

GOOD RESPONSE, BUT NOT ENOUGH I
Response to the Telegraph's recent editorial concerning!
the deplorable condition of fences around Crosby! La k e''

Cemetery has been very gratifying, but a lot more interest
must be shown before actual work can be started. I Wq,

City Clerk Carl Johns, who consented to make his office I

headquarters for the drive, reports that several $5 contributions -,

have been received, and there has even been some

response through the mail from interested people in distant l aWI elf
towns. They might have moved away from Starke, but
Crosby Lake Cemetery still means more to them than they I
I ,
can ever forget.
When enough interest has been manifested, it is plannedto I hips

appoint a committee to estimate the expense necessary to ,
:replace rotted posts and rusted-out sections of fence. When I

this work is completed, it is hoped that an old-fashioned

"working" will be held so that the natural beauty of this 0"----' -- "
peaceful cemetery may once more be a comfort to those who

cherish its memories.
Perhaps you have intended to call at Mr. John's office, WELL, LOOK WHAT WE HAVE HERE! is the answer

but have carelessly put it off, waiting for a more "conven- v .jrT: : Those high society folks In the big: cities can showoff it RUNS
ient" time If this is the case, make a special effort to drop their! French poodles and Russian wolf hounds, and R'and

by at once and offer your support. If too many thought-\ but for real variety-give us the pet how staged
lessly neglect their duty, nothing will be dome about this last Friday at the Vacation Church School sponsoredby RUNSI
I the Presbyterian and Episcopalian Churches. .
very necessary project.
I These milling youngsters are the proud owners of
NEVER 0- a few of the entries, which included everything: from k Hl-Wide Tread
MAY WE Y NEED THEM Boll-Grip NonSleij
cutworms to billy goats
The peaceful streets of Starke were alive all day Monday I Comprtulon-Praof
Upper right Is Steve Weldon, Jr., with the biggestpet Cord:
with motorized units of the Florida National Guard Dual
I in the feathered list-a giant rooster that has fu -Cord :Breakers
moving from Camp Foster to a site for maneuvers near Keystone been In the Weldon family for three years. Steve "LIFETIMEGUARANTEE"
,
Heights. It was easy for anyone with even half an I thinks a lot of it, but would consider selling, If he r ,
imagination to realize what a serious business it would be if F I J could get a good price. ,_ ; i $835 i8-w m:

these men were going into an actual battle, rather than a Upper left is B. C. Holtzendorf; ir,, with one of 4.40-21 1.75-19 Iroi
sham one. I I 'the smallest feathered entries-a spVlghtly bantam 4.50-21 5.00-19

All day long Monday khaki-colored trucks, hauling their I ,,occasional rooster B. C. knows a lot about poaltry and makes $1000 siOsD ,,
'spending money" from his hobby.
human cargo, streamed through the edge of town. Artillery Vr I 9.SO-U 1I.25-1t 50-18
1
i In the picture directly above Maurice Edwards, ;
units, with their potentially death-dealing guns-even tanksall Jr., Is shown ." I A '
j mounted on his fiery steed 'Billy The sl loo( $1195 ;
the trappings and necessary! equipment for actual war- hT' goat Is getting along in years but Maurice still uses I I 525-17 00-18
fare- were in that significant parade. : : r him LOIde out cow hunting S.53-17 li liI

The men in trucks were going to camp much as we sup- e (Lower left) Blonde Peggy Ann Wiggins makes an
pose those of a previous generation must have gone to the I attractive picture as she poses with one of her pet I 1 ,
front. Some were laughing, some singing, some looked guinea pigs. J

glum, while others slept through it all That is the way they, (Lower right) Ida Lulu Davis with Snowball, I r -J Jpair I
went into battle more than twenty years ago-unafraid, fac- whose lustrlous hair lives entirely up to the name. I ?
)Mrs R. F. Clark Judged the to
pets as size beauty,
I
ing the inevitable much as they faced everyday affairs of Usefulness
,
and mannerliness, .and awarded. the
their individual lives. I prizes as follows:

But what a feeling of relief for those who watched LnigestBilly, the goat, owned by Maurice Edwards; prettiest- of Ancona chickens owned by Carolyn Edwards; The five best-
Monday's "big parade" to know that a week hence everyman I Dickey, the canary owned by Mary Alice;jYarbrough; cutest-three mannered dogs were owned by William Andrews, Ida Lulu Davis,
in those trucks (barring some accident in the ordinarycourse alack kittens owned by Mary Weldon, Betty Burkes, and Sue Burkes; Lyle Anderson Rebecca Simpson, and Madge Brownlee. Rain about
of events) would be back in the midst of his family _Host useful the guinea i pig owned by 'eg r_AnnWiggins, and the spoiled the show, but stopped long enoughfprhe judging.

leading a normal life once more; to know that the hot, white HAVE YOU READ? -
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sand around Brooklyn Lake would not be clotted with blood, Well Show you howkjj
but would be as clean and white as ever when the guardsmenend (The following new books may be reed tire value AT A
found at the Starke Public Lib- YOtTLL LIKE. Marathon T:|
their maneuvers.We brary), FREE DELIVERY are built lo give you long.i
are proud of our Florida National Guard and rea- "Next To Valor" by John Jennings s. R. Johns mU! of tale, worry.fur 4lay.
lize that these men must be trained in the grim duties of' Against a vividly re-created PHONE Priced low la: Blot"
pioneer background the author ol rubb
'mad live tough
warfare in order that we may feel secure in our homes from has laid like a scarlet thread the compreuioa-prool cordi

dangers which, remote as they might seem, arc neverthelessever exciting story of Jamie and his low cost per mil mote
possible. Let us hope, however, that our guardsmen, struggles against his fellowmen money go farther.
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his wife and the wilderness. The
will remain in the position of a trusted watchdog or a death- wild new country of mountainsand & Sons AND
HOT SUN OlOTIiJ
i dealing pistol, which we feel it necessary to possess, but forests fascinates Jamie and
which we hope never to be forced to use. under I the guidance of Toby, the NEAR TILE S A. L. DEPOT ARE A BAD COMBINATlJ
-- Indian, he becomes an expert CASH PRICES ONLY .:In hot summer wta-tt i
woodsman
*, MEANING NO OFFENCE "heat up." Old tin liar
"Perplexed Heart" by Angela
I f f Local Boy Scouts should be given wholehearted cooper- "These Are Maurler FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Pounds 57c way Enioy under your the vacatloa"MAHAIHONS extra ]P

;, ation by the citizens of Starke in their efforts to eradicate eral Writers Our Lives" by Fed- all atooud'e j
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w In a few instances it has been reported that some misguided and histories of real people whites RICE, 51bs. 16 C TISSUES Rolls 1 5 C .
negroes In wrltng the life
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you it. For over' 1 .
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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA __ iritiD.lr ,
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Bradford County Telegraph--:--\Pet Show Proves To Be Good Fun .


Established 1877 How do
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Published Weekly'on Fridays'and Entered as Second Clasi:! y yI

Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE.

L. Matthews_---:" ---__--____--._-_:__-Editor and'Ownci M I buy TIRE
I l
GOOD RESPONSE, HUT NOT ENOUGH

Response to the Telegraph's recent editorial concerning I l'r
the deplorable condition of fences around Crosby La k e'' I

Cemetery has been very gratifying, but a lot more Interest

must be shown before actual work can be started. II

City Clerk Carl Johns, who consented to make his office I u

headquarters for the drive, reports that several $5 contributions -

have been received, and there has even been some

response through the mail from interested people in distant t t l t ty' .

towns. They might have moved away from Starke, but

Crosby Lake Cemetery still means more to them than they I I :
?
can ever forget. .w
y When enough interest has been manifested, it is planned .. r

to appoint a committee to estimate the expense necessary to<

replace rotted posts and rusted-out sections of fence. When

P this work is completed, it is hoped that an old-fashioned IJAIArMis

"working" will be held so that the natural beauty of this .----

peaceful cemetery may once more be a comfort to those who I

cherish its memories. ,5Tr the ansvvl
y
'
Perhaps you have intended to call at Mr. John's office, WELL, LOOK WHAT WE HAVE HERE'! ,

but have carelessly put it off, waiting for a more "conven Those high society folks In the !JIg cities can showoff ttd it RUNS; and R

t ient" time. If this is the case, make a special effort to drop their French poodles and Russian wolf hounds staged
but for real variety-give ua the pet bhow and RUNS
by at once and offer your support. If too many thoughtlessly last Friday at the Vacation Church School sponsored ,!
neglect their duty, nothing will be dome about this by the Presbyterian and Episcopalian Churches. I,

very necessary project. These imillnjf youngsters are the proud owners of I Ia Hi-Wid Tread
o few of the entries, which included everything from j i. Holl-Grip! Non-Skid
MAY WE NEVER REALLY NEED THEM cutworms to billy goats. : Comprasilon-Ptoof

The peaceful streets of Starke were alive all day Mon-I Upper right Is Steve Weldon, Jr., with the biggest I I CordDualCord Br.altera

day with motorized units of the Florida National Guard I pet In the feathered list-a giant rooster that has (I "L1FETIMEGUARANTEE"
moving from Camp Foster to a site for maneuvers near Key- been In the Weldon family for three years Steve |I
I thinks a lot of it, but would consider selling, If he '
stone Heights. It was easy for anyone with even half an
$835 ;
could get a good price. | 560
imagination to realize what a serious business it would be if I 4. .
Upper left is B. C. Holtzendorf; Jrv with one of | 40-21 4 75-19
these men were going into an actual battle, rather than a the smallest feathered entries-a sprightly; bantam I 'C 50-21 500-19

sham one. I rooster B C, knows a lot about pooltry and makes (e $1000 $106!)|.?a
All day long Monday khaki-colored trucks, hauling their occasional "spending money" from his hobby 25-18 S.SO-U 550-18 4
.*
: ,
human cargo, streamed through the edge of town. Artillery i In the picture directly above, :Maurice Edwards, I ; ra r'
units, with their potentially death-dealing guns-even tanks .4 Jr., is shown mounted on his fiery steed "Billy." The i $1100 $1195 ] 'I
525-17
-all the trappings and necessary equipment for actual war- goat Is getting along in years, but Maurice still uses 1. t.t t. 5.5017 8.0016how
him ride out
to cow hunting.
fare were in that significant parade. Ir
(Lower left) Blonde Peggy Ann Wiggins makes an
The men in trucks were going to camp much as we sup-
attractive picture as she poses with one of her pet
pose those of a previous generation must have gone to the guinea pigs FLower 1.

front. Some were laughing, some singing, some looked
( right) Ida Lulu Davis with Snowball 1
while others through it all. That is the they : 6
glum, slept way f--- whose lusirlous hair lives entirely up to the name.
went into battle more than twenty years ago-unafraid, fac- L--- Mrs. R. F. Clark judged the pets as to size, beauty, r.

ing the inevitable much as they faced everyday affairs of usefulness. and mannerliness, and awarded, the
their individual lives. I prizes. as ronows:
Cut what a feeling of relief for those who watchedMonday's LaigestBilly, the goat, owned fey Maurice Edwards; prettiest pair of Ancona chickens owned by Carolyn Edwards; The five best-
Dickey, the canary, owned by Mary Alice;jYarbrough; cutestthreeblack mannered dogs were owned by William Andrews, Ida Lulu Davis,
"big parade" to know that a week hence every
kittens owned by Mary Weldon, Uett .Burkes, and Sue Burkes; Lyle Anderson, Rebecca Simpson, and ,Madge Brownlee. Rain about
man in those trucks (barring some accident in the ordinary Most useful the, guinea pig owned by Peggy_Ann Wiggins, and the spoiled the show, but stopped long enough, fprjhe judging.
course of events) would be back in the midst of his family, -- ,

leading a normal'life once more; to know that the hot, white HAVE YOU READ? ........ .. ---. ... -... W.ll yju how It j
sand around Brooklyn Lake would not be clotted with blood, real lire value AT A 1 1YOUXL
The following'new books may be LIKE. Marathon1
but would be as clean and white as ever when the guardsmenend found at the Starke Public Lib- TUBE DELIVERY are built to give fou lon -i]

their maneuvers.We brary). s. R. Johns miles of idle worry,Irtri
are proud of our Florida National Guard and "Next To Valor" by John Jennings Ing. Priced low to slat<
PHONE
rea-I Agulnst a vividly re-created
lize that these men must be trained in the grim pioneer background the author mad o( live tough rabbit j
compr.asion-prool cord) I
warfare in order that we may feel secure in our homes from has laid like a scarlet thread the mil main
I' low cost per
dangers which, remote as they might seem, are neverthelessever exciting story of Jamie and his farther.
rnonty go
possible Let us hope, however, that our guardsmen,I his struggles wife and against the wilderness his fellowmen The, & Sons 45 I 010 III
L will remain in the position of a trusted watchdog or a death- wild new country of mountainsand HOT SUN AND

dealing pistol, which we feel it necessary to possess, but forests fascinates Jamie, and NEAR TIlE S A. L DEPOT ARE A BAD COM8INAl|
under the of the
which we hope never to be forced to use. guidance Toby .In hot summer weal6rt
Indian he becomes an expert CASH PRICES ONLY
"h.at Old tires wrf 5
-- )-- woodsman. up.
MEANING NO OFFENCE "Perplexed Heart" by Angela FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Pounds 57c way und.r the yocallottMARATHONS extra ]pnI'

Local Boy Scouts should be given wholehearted cooperation Maurier I -Enioy your all aroa d.'I
"These Are Our Lives" by Federal -
by the citizens of Starke in their efforts to eradicatethe Writers Project
BLUE ROSE BONTEX TOILET .
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a few instances it has been reported that some mis- histories of teal people whites RICE, 5 Ibs. 16 C TISSUES RollsCOOKING COME IN TODD
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