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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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(ablished 1877 ; we should quietly hear both aidea. Goethe E. I... Matthews, Editor and Owner


LIIjSiXTY ONE STJUtKE, FLORIDA FIUD.\Y AUGUST t, 1939 J NUMBER FORTY

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' IVING LIENS1MPROMISED New State's Attorney And WILL BEGIN Local Guards Didn't Feel TOBACCO





Assistant- Well-Known-- -- Here n__ STAKING Ash They'd- Been Anywheretries ] BRINGS COUNTY


At the stroke of. twelve o'clock Bradford County that the line You enn't vet 'em up; you can't several minor complaints, such as

CITYNay Monday nIght the Eighth Judicial dividing the two baa Indeed been REA ROUTE get You'.m can't up;vet 'em up tn the mornlnat colds< etc? and two casualties ota $43,00080 FAR

Circuit (which Includes Bradford an imaginary one. I am glad of more serious nature Private J,

the opportunity I now have to W. Kelly was left behind In St.Vincent' .
County) had a new state's attorney In twenty Bradford County -
serve a people who, by their Hospital In Jacksonville
Be Settled For and a new assistant state'sattorney. friendly attitude and Interest have New River Extension homes this week, wives and moth- where he was still suffering at- Prices Continue Dis

% Until Neither needed To Get Under ers found It difficult to "get 'em
50 very never allowed me to realize thatI Way In tacks of chills and fever Private appointing
much introduction to citizens of up the mornlng"'em" referring
November do not still live among them." At LastA Robert L. Dodd was also taken to
of 2nd 'Peek
this section, for both have been course, to members! of
----- I the hospital Thursday afternoonof
well known here for Headquarters Company, 2nd. Battalion ---
of com- many years. welcome announcement and last week as the result of "heat
Its program
,
itlnulng T. E Duncan of Gainesville, e 124th Infantry who returned Hopes of Bradford County to-
City Council follow- I .;: one that has been anxiously exhaustion"" experienced while l
m/Be/ the nominated in the last Democratic Sunday after! fifteen! daysof bacco growers for a $100,000 crop
iTineetlng here Tuesday night t tL awaited In many Bradford Coun stringing wire in the hot, open
primary and appointed to the post Imitation army life, which wan were dashed last week when it be-
' from now until ty farm homes, was made this sun.
ounced that I real enough at times however came evident that
by Governor Cone, took over the to prices this sea
lember 1 all paving t llena held I week by County Agent T. K. Me- The traditional
duties transacted by J, C. Adkins, be very far from funny. "kang coo son would compare unfavorablywith
be settled by In- Clane, Jr. who stated that engineers court" (for members
new of the
may
the 23c
BUie City also of Gainesville, since June 10 Monday morning the boys returned average being paid
dual property owners for 50c 1923. Bradford County however, will begin, the last of this to their varied Jobs here company was held at Camp Foster at this time last year.

the dollar was not in the Eighth Circuit the week or the first of next, staking I and settled down to the routine of last Friday night. Privates Dobbs Approximately half of Brad.ford'lI .

e cut will remain in effect for entire time. It re-entered the out the route of the New River I everyday existence, but they! had Kelly. John( "-. Crews! and DonaldF. estimated crop of 600,000

i but 6 percent Interest Conner Rural Electrification ex memories of another McRae, were "tried" on various
encampment has
year Eighth (having been in It origin- rounds already been sold,
I be charged after November 1..he tension line. i fifteen days of combined work charges ranging from "shav
Bringing growers somewhere In
ally many years ago) on July 31. I
City's tax compromise, 1935. .Other counties now in this '. The good news wns received and fun, during which they ing during the bivouac" to "wear- the neighborhood of $43,000. If

ich went Into effect Novembernd circuit are Alachua, Baker. Gil- I j here from C. S. James, project studied the art of war with an Ing silk underwear. The punishment the second half of the crop sells

provided that all tax certl- Christ, Levy, and Union. I superintendent, Keystone Heights, earnest informality that made meted out was of the usual for tho name average, Bradford's

values shown on the 1938 At the same time Joe Hill Williams who also! stated that electricity their training a sort of game (almost "personal" variety that Is highly tobacco will' bring home around

roll could be settled for 25c of Lake Butler, also re should be turned on along this like grown-up "Cowboys and popular In Iho I frank, rough-and- (80,000only( $16,000 more than

I the dollar expires October 1, Governor line in less than two months' time Indians") ready environment of a National last year, although acreage this
cently appointed by ;
She councilmen hope that a The new extension will serve This year the guardsmen spent Guard camp For further details season was more than double that
Cone took the of
over position
Lrity of delinquent taxpayers, state's attorney which had assistant around sixty homes In this countyIn ten days at Camp Foster near ask one of the culprits.Lieutenants of 1038.

I those against whose property been held by Hal Y. Malnes, also I a loop from Brooker to New Jacksonville and five days In Key- I T T Long and R. Most growers In this area are

re are paving liens, will take of Lake Butler, since 1936. i \ River and on toward Heilbronn stone Heights area where they entire G. KKUl:: both expressed themselvesas taking: the disappointing returns

antage of these two compro- I Springs.The regiment, Joined by companies i being highly pleased with the philosophically attributing the

measures in order to "get State's Attorney Duncan enters _S_ new plant of the Clay Electric from other states, bivouacked in i "very successful" encampment.They slump to over production, poorer

L' with the city once more. office with a campaign pledge to I Cooperative at Keystone the hot sand hills and scrub oak I expressed appreciation of quality, and the hiking of the

-* "fulfill the duties of the office to T. E. Duncan II I Heights is now two-thirds com- thickets. So close to home were the high degree of efficiency with British tariff. There have been

lOAD 28 TRAVEL the beat of my ability." He was I'plete and will be one of the most they nil the time that a few of which members of Headquarters 'reiuent reports that growers In

born in Lake Butler, August 3. handsome buildings In this area the local men complained that Company performed their reason= other states t ) would withhold their

ANALYZEDeamon 1906, and received his early edu- when It is finished and surrounding I "It doesn't seem like we've been slbla duties. leaf from tho market, or adopt

cation In the public schools of ground are landscaped. The anywhere at all." Most of the fellows Guardsmen making the trip here other means of fighting the price

Rivers of Lake Butler, Bradford and Union Counties. Receiving structure will cost round $38- got a big kick out of the were: 1st! Lt. T. T. Lung; 2nd. Lt. depression but so far nothing

ng a quiet Sunday afternoon his law degree from the 000 and will house new equipment j trip to' Mississippi last year In It. (}, Kld.l. ; Staff BRt. Sam Alvarez definite has been accomplishedalong !

|his hands, made an Interesting University of Florida, he entered valued at $20,000. In the future' spite of the fact that they had to : Sergeants J. H. Dennis, VV. II. thin line

rlment which is of interestto practice with his uncle, ThomasW. I it is expected to anti two additional < "work like mules" Graham, to;. R. Struth; Corporals Reports from Lake City and

residents of Starke.n Fielding, to form the firm of units at a cost of around Heailquarteis Company WitS Reeco llriulley Merrill Rdwards, .Jveoak markets yesterday utate-

last week's Issue of the Un- Fielding & Duncan. He was form-I $40,000. highly complimented by officersfor Leo Jones; let Class Privates ed that prices had strengthened

County Times, Mr. Rivers retted erly prosecuting attorney for Ala +- ---- the manner In which it carriedon Chan. A. Jenkins and Hill I'owell; slightly since last week, the aver-

that 265 automobiles pass- chua County and served as chairman ARRESTEDIN communication for the entire Privates Al I Kay Carlisle John F. ago now holding around 13c per

la given point on State Road of the Democratic Executive 2nd.\ Battalion during the maneuvers Crews, Albert L. Crosby, I obl. L. pound.

1 28 in one hour Sunday after- Committee there for four years e'.Atl, SHOOTINGJack The Job was carried<.l on efficiently Dobbs, Jourph W. Kelly Bob .--- -

In, July 23. He checked the Joe Hill Williams was born In in spite of the fact thata Long, 11111 Long, and I Donald F. CEMETERYFUND

la passing his house from five Lake Butler (then Bradford 4+!" Stepp, 30, young white minimum force of seventeenmen McRne.

lock to six o'clock in the after- ford County) on August 5, 1888 man living at Brooker was arrested was taken from here Instead Those fulling to make the encampment GROWSWith
In., Since cars that Sunday afternoon by of the maximum number of
pass and lo now living on the place I were: Sergeant M, O.
)uGh Lake Butler on Road 28 where he first saw the light of' Sheriff A O. Andrea following twenty.The McMlllian, Corporal Culvln Johns, more than $50 pledged and

.t also pass! through, Starke, day. He was educated in the public V bin shooting Claude Starling! of tigers of camp life caused and Private Ovid Lewis. $20 In cash collected, the drivefor
funds rtfetic and clean
to
.
I Starke Presoolt's Service
figures are of interest here Bradford County t near ,
schools of
Lake off toa
: Is
Cros'y Cemetery
tHtlon, south of StArkc on Road
Flor'da Collegein
Prate
i t .ie, .,;t t t.. i I' '\ftlo results, of and Talluhasfcee.at the ., .1-iil'law degreewas 13, earlier in the afternoon about MRS.. ,.SAXON LIBRARYWILL definite stait. A total of $300
IIJ nenlad, It has been oitlmatad
: ,
"Se (rom the detour this way earned at Stetson Universityin two o'clock Ha was released DIED LAST WEEK CONTINUE
to make I ho : repairs
lie. the -oad Is closed betweene DeLnnd He began his cared Monday morning under $150 bond. necessary
Interested In seeing
"' md<.l Jacksonville, but and act- The shooting I li mild to have re- I Mrs. George Saxon died l Thursday Effective. with an order! abandoning Everyone
in 1008! as special< deputy /''/ {Williams{ Luke Cemetery clean and
Joe / Crosby
hw. I8 is coming. Increas- ing collector of custom, Districtof ',ulted from hard! feelings between I night, July 27 at her home In nil Ilhiiiiy projects In the neat, seeing It untnunple.il by

[ y 0 juiai in Its own right. Saint Marks with headquarters 'I! inr.'tinn" it a attorney. J the two men caused by u fight : Hampton. She wan fifty-one utalc. Mini iJonilhy t'liiir" i'"irkliter roaming livestock, seeing It the
i'i 1WilY: gives a short route Since he gradu- Thursday night: of liiHt week ILl'j jPink's years of age and had been a victim senior llhinilnti.... wan notified!
Cedar .
at Ki-y. C. Adkm.svn: ,il o born at Lake quiet anti l undisturbed. sanctuary\
1r. Count from Lake City.ir ated before reaching his majoniy. place north of town on I of lingering Illness I last wed by Mute! offices ''hatVI'A It nhould be, Is urged to in.flint
resident of
Hi 14 made a careful tabu- had to wult until 1910 before Untlei and l It < n a Road 13 In which Starling gave Horn Ida Toney In I the Mason \ support of the prnjnct here
ho with the proponed( plan by a coniltmtlon -
"'ID It un of-state cars as wellI being admitted to the bar lie .;Jinnesvillenu.) r 1907. He attended Stepp a severe beating. I City settlement near Lake City, would be terminated.! no mutter how :miall.

I I! HE oom other counties and first hung out his shingle In Lake \ lira lfurd County schools! I Stepp fired nt Starling eight ,I II the united nt an arty age with However, she libiuiy, will nut 1)e Those who have uctuulh made

fljun; for the one hour's Buller, and later In Starke In the until thi- age "f 17. at which time times with a .22 calibre leaver tho Ilethelehem Lutheran Church cloned, lint! will bo kept open', during donations no fur lire Mr and Mrs.

ck ", interesting as they same year. He moved here In ''v entered the Georgia Normal I automatic rifle hitting him twice I uml was! married to George Saxon the usual hours! tone to sIx) W. It. Nollmnn.). $10 Mrs S. F
'
w iuj> where the traffic comes 1812 and was elected mayor for College at Abbeyvllle, Ga., later .n the thigh. The wounds wel-e' of Hampton on December 17, 1911. by Mm. H. H. Young, who I U, paid M"I Kiln, $2; II. 'M. Mcllne. $1. r

m two terms. He served as a mem- obtaining his law degree from not serious. I I She: made her home! there ever"ince u small salary by (the county: and Cat! Johns, $.V; and Charles

|>f the 265 cars noted, 77 were ber of the Legislature In 1915 end Valparaiso University In Indiana. Stepp will be arraigned before that time and became a t Ity. Independent of WPA support I 1Ie811I..y, $2.

|'.Union County, which natur- returned to Lake Butler in 1918, When he first took over his dutiesIn the Circuit Court when It convenes member of the Methodist Church | "1 would tint't! to see the library I City Clerk Curl Johns has consented

baa the largest number of where he has lived ever since. He the Eighth: / Circuit It extended here next November to facea I Mrs Saxon let! I a consistent ,abandoned! now, for It Id certainly to have his- office In the

couniv Duval County cars to served as county attorney for from the Gulf of Mexico to the warrant sworn out by Starling : Christian life was a devoted wife 'ring I a wonderful service In lbs municipal building, made headquarters -

number of 39 passed during Union County for eighteen years, I \tlantlc Ocean and to the Georgia charging assault with Intent to : anti mother, and was beloved by community," Mrs. Young stated I and arrangements have

i hour with 41 from Bradfordtake and has also served several terms flute line. He handled many major commit murder. : the entire community.She "It IH being lined now, more than I I been made to purchase the material -

third position. as mayor and city attorney. His prosecutions during his tenureof -. la survived by her husband ever Fifty-six books wore with .* wholesale Metal pouts, good

lit-of-state cars numbered 27 hobby is photography and the : office and leaves with a recordof llids To Received and two daughters Cleo and drawn last Saturday afteinoon." fence and a strand of barbed wire

I Ing the hour, Georgia leading picture used with this article is having had only three cases Bids will be received Mondayby Irlta, all of Hampton, and by her All hope of W. 1'. A supportor round the top will assure a permanent -

II 15. Other states represented a selfportrait.Upon reversed by the Supreme Court the county commissioner dur- aged mother, and one brother, C. the library project la not repair Job that will last

>Ie Alabama, 5; Tennessee, 3; assuming his new duties during the entire sixteen years. ing their monthly meeting for U. Toney of Lake City. abandoned however, all Miss Kick- much longer than the present

pas, 2: and Louisiana 2. week Col. Williams stated: Col. Malnes. the retiring assist painting the roof of the County Jo'unerlllwrvlce were held Sun. liter received a communicationfrom \rusted: fence with Its rotted wooden -
this I
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Pars from Florida counties were "Although I now live in Union ant state's attorney will continuehis I Jail with aluminum paint. The day at 11 o'clock In the Lutheran I';. J. Marrjuust! Business) posts and trampled sectionshas

eked as follows: Dade, 6; Du- County and assisted In creating it, private practice In Lake But- Job in expected to be completed Cemetery near Lake City. The Manager of Statewide LibraryProjects served The general cleanupwill

39: Palm Beach, 2; Volusla, tradition and sentiment ler. within two week I I Rev. E, C. Witt officiated of Jacksonville, Tuesday, remove the weeds and accumulated
[cambia:. 1; 2 Ala- family aylng: 1'leune hold I the supplies
; Broward ; of
have bound me to the people I debris, smooth over the
f-a, 21 Leon 1; :Marlon, 2; I so I you have on hand MS there IH a unlmal-crUHhcil mounds and restore -

"erd!, l St Johns, 1; Gadsden, ; CALL Dr. Herlong Says Hookworm'Too' Prevalent poHslblllty" of the project reopening this tdonqull spot to its
: CLOSE .
Putnam
[ 4; Jackson 2; High- rightful beauty and orderliness.
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f 1 Columbia, 13; Suwannee, SUNDAY Koch week the current list of

Madison, 3; Hernando 1; Nas- Among Students In BradforcPSchoolsdeath 15 SCHOOLS contributor to this worthy pro-

,1; Bradford, 41; Jefferson, 1; Miraculously escaping serious OPENED MONDAYMore ject will be printed In the column

y, 1 Holmes, 1: Baker, 2; Injuries, six well-known local ;I The astounding" fact that 60 per'' rate much lower. come to places where health I of the Telegraph.We .

e, t Flagler, 1; Union, 77; young people were pulled from cent of children In Bradford County -, "With our elevation above sea conditions are bad. That Is the than 1,000 Bradford all have a share to performIn
te 5. two with hookworms: that most large factories this. let's call by
overturned automobile are Infected reason matter, 110
of School ,
an level it lit possible to drain every County children age
-+ minutes before It burst into roar- was stressed by Dr M. B. Her stagnant pond In the county, practically go to places where the death rate both white and colored, began the the Clerk' office today and do

TENNIS Ing flames Sunday afternoon long before fellow Rotarians at eliminating the mosquito IH low, and where malaria and 1930-40 term of School Monday what we can,
Inside the luncheonof other diseases are not prevalent."No .. ,-
12:45 o'clock Just the regular Wednesday and
about white
: pest Then with adequate en- morning when four
TOURNAMENT line on Road 48 "In one of I man wants to take his R
Bradford County the organization. forcement of state laws concern- eleven colored schools over the BIBLE SCHOOL
Lake, from where I schools more than 90 percentof family Into a town where adequate I
Added to Kingsley our Ing sanitary toilets, we could go county opened.
'nil' Impetus will be given to they were returning. The fire the students show a positive i" long way toward making Brad-I methods of disease preven- Those for white children opening CLOSES
enthusiasm in Starke when demolished the car in diagnosis." he stated. '' tion are not followed out. So we
completely hookworm ford the outstanding county for Monday were the Hampton
countywide The Presbyterian-Episcopalian
tournament gets while the five daz- of this fact," Dr. Her see that to neglect public health
tier a few minutes, "In spite health, Dr. Herlong declared. Junior High School, Brooker Jun- Interdenominational Bible School
'
way around the middle of lookedon "Bradford County Is a costly bus I new).
ed and a young man long continued ior High ,School, New River' Kle-
girls
month The subject of Wednesday's address closed Friday of last week with a
Sponsored by the Roan trying to been blessed In that "Strange as It may seem, there
wonder, to have the Graham'
y Club, entrance fee of 50c in helpless seems was "Public Health" and health law mentary School and picnic and party at Cady's landIng -
health never was a public
happened. appreciable
?I Ibe realize what had without any the fact Elementary School. The Eleven: Lake.
i the emphasized
charged speaker on Klngsley
I to cover the cost that large percentage of
death passed a
been done our
trophies and other Incidental I: The girls, Sadie Prince, driving, work having that "good, safe, and sufficient did not The state colored schools beginning the cur- The school was of two weeks
J than that people oppose.
lower pre
Enza Weaver rate is still rent term were Brooklyn Hampton -
D e., Rivers Hundley, water systems for our people In and fly-proof I duration and was held in the
i' fc Planned for the tournament : Wava Horton and a young lady vailing In the state at large. He ,.' cities towns, and farms, must be law toilets making compulsory sanitary Is so universally Reno (Starke), Wtiteroak, I Presbyterian church. A total enrollment -
the
Include divisions I whose name could not be learned, quoted figures compiled by the first con lderatlon." He also Thuraton, Sampson City, Lawtey, of 95 children: was said
for both ;Jun- I State Farm, had ;Just State Board of Health which that "each county disregarded; that hardly any- Graham New River, Clayno and r fondest ex-
TMt| Senior for all of the stated city or knows that It exists. to be "far beyond my
men and also for all Florida to one even !
in the rate white schools
showed The four
J*.. Worthwhile i attended church services should have and support a mod law, In time, Brooker. pectatlona" by the Rev. Charles
will And this one
trophies 1,000, while yet I
: had driven to Kings be 12.3 percent per lives are lost employ II teachers while the Jr.. of the Presbyterian -
| awarded in each Starke and ern hospital Many would do with H, Allen pastor
away
division. completely
of fatalities
J :nuance fees with ley Lake for a bit of fresh air. Returning Bradford County's rate by the crude care experienced In hookworms. eleven colored schools employ 20 {: Church and director of I
be
left
may Pender, Is 9.2 percent per 1000. and Jeunnea Teacher
Charles '' teachers one .
School.
homes. the Bible f
rge Manassa at the Ritz they gave indicate that some Dr. Herlong stated that Bradford .
Into town When I "These figures The only public school not yet ceremonies and, -
Nitre a ride '' continued "Some Cloning presentation
or with or Starke, The Doctor : Infant mortalityrate
County's
Jos. E. Wlllson, In this county'are
county natural conditions for the 1039-40 term In
IL tM C line, or E. L. Matthews pear the Clay-Bradford I well adapted to people will maintain that public Is less than half of prevailing opened of certificates were held t "
blew Bradford
unusually this IH High
suddenly county of last week at
u of the committee division line a tire health Is an Individual charge, and In the state at large. Florida'srate Thursday night
ap the I healthful living. the speaker School here In Starke and Its
",
applied Church and the
a Prince the Presbyterian ,
bv the out, Miss health express unwillingness to be taxedto 1* 09.7 percent for each 1-
Club to
"' t Rotary heavily, and the car turn- gald. "Very little organized else. But is term will begin Labor Day, September following afternoon the picnic atKlngsley w
: :-nails of the tournament. brakes here and If it take care of some one Of'Obirths' while this county
to a stop up- work has been done I 4. from '
.ter : ed once, coming attitude results from a mis- 1,000. Lake was enjoyed
thin
: instruction of two excel- over the fact that natural only 29.1 percent! per .
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clay' courts near the school side down. were we would understanding of the facts.'They "The leading cause of death In three o'clock to 8:30.: The
good I
8(! h.re tennis has ratted Almost immediately passing conditions are showing In the do not atop to think I Florida, 811 well a* Bradford Births ;: person present enjoyed swimming '. \' ,
'1 In were not make a very poor the Mr. and :Mrs.: Britt Alvarez, !games and the picnic lunch
disease,
: p.biic. favor. Both courts motorists whose names he stated.We that every birth and death In a County, l 18 heart
elm and pulled the death rate table (II "Next In order Starke, boy, July 21. which was composed of baskets
t and that stated.
stopped Is recorded, speaker
constantly In use, and learned cow---U we got busy and I community Ii | f. I
r- folks from the deaths from violence and ac- Mr. and Mrs Willie Green brought by each person.
1 is confused young as mosquito i death from a preventablecause are I(
developing: some such things every
d wall Insured.Pender looked after ; have In our Starke, boy, July 22. Mr. Allen expressed the hope
Payers. which against a cident. Today we
The wrecked car breed- ; Is charged up I,
approaching fly
injuries, breeding places 24 Mr andlt., Lola Newmans. lot having another and even larger '
lament only children,
the Investments 29 cripple
should be InIti'the received sanitary community. We do not see county I .
of
great compulsory : I I
and
9 places, Bible School next \
general public aa well a severe cut above the right eye Ing toilet- -bring our present made In, or new lodua- white and five colored." Starke, girl July 27, Vacation year.

who take part. I necessitating several stitches. I '

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, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .







Wished 1877 "- ; we should quietly hear both tide "- Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner


CALE g1 TT O vE STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1939 J NUMBER FORTY

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1VING LIENS New State's Attorney And WILL BEGIN Local Guards Didn't Feel :I TOBACCO




MPROMISEDtilL Assistant Well-Known. Here STAKING Ash f They'd Been AnywhereYou ] BRINGS COUNTY ..

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At the stroke of. twelve o'clock Bradford County that the line can't rt 'em up; :you can't several minor complaints, such aa
REA ROUTE gt 'em upi I colds, etc., and two casualties of $43,000 FAR
Monday: nIght the Eighth Judicial dividing the two has indeed beenan Toil can't vt '.m up In the morn- a more serious nature Private J. .
ln
gl t
I of
Circuit (which Includes Bradford Imaginary one. am glad W. Kelly was left behind in St.Vlncent's .
the opportunity I now have to In twenty Bradford County -

Settled For County torney )and had a new a new assistant state's state's at- serve a people who by their New River Extension homes this week, wives and moth- where he Hospital Wall still In Buffering Jacksonville at- Prices Continue Dis-

fau liee friendly attitude and interest have era found It difficult to "get 'em
50 ,a Until attorney. Neither needed very I never allowed me to realize that To Get Under Way up In the morning"" 'em" referring tacks of chills and fever. Private appointing In \
much Introduction to citizens Robert L. Dodd was also taken to
of At Last 2nd Week
I do not still live them
Novembertinuing among of course, to members of
this section, for both have been I I the hospital Thursday afternoonof
Headquarters Company, 2nd Bat- -
... ,,
well known here for "'"' last week as the result of "heat
Its program of com- many years. A welcome announcement, and talion, 124th Infantry who returned Hopes of Bradford County tobacco -
T. E. Duncan of Gainesville exhaustion" experienced w b 11 estringing '
,
one that has been growers for a $100,000
Council, follow- 6 anxiously Sunday after fifteen days crop
-lam'eetlnghere the City Tuesday night,, nominated in the mart Democratic I awaited In many Bradford Coun- of imitation army life, which was wire In the hot, open were dashed last week when it became

Wed that from now until primary and appointed to the post II ty farm homes, was made this real enough at times, however, to sun.The evident that prices this season

Uber 1 a" paving liens held by Governor Cone, took over the I week by County Agent T. K. Mc- be very far from funny. traditional "kang a r o o would compare unfavorablywith
duties transacted by J, C. Adkins, stated court" for new members of the the 23o
may be settled by InLai Clane, Jr. who that engIneers Monday morning the boys returned average being paidat
City property owners for 60c also of Gainesville, since June 10, I will begin, the last of this to their varied Jobs here company was held at Camp Foster this time last year.

dollar 1923. Bradford County however week or the first of next, stakingout and settled down to the routine of last Friday night. Privates Dobbs, Approximately half of Brad
e was not in the Eighth Circuit the the of the New Kelly John F. Crews, and DonaldF.
route River-
ford's
cut will remain in effect for < gW I everyday existence, but they had estimated crop of 600,000
,,e entire time. It re-entered the Conner Rural Electrification McRae, were "tiled" on various -
extension :-
but 6 percent interest memories of another encampmentfifteen pounds has already been sold.
[year. Eighth (having been In it originally line. charges ranging from "shav-
I charged after November 1., 4C1M days of combined work briDging growers somewhere In
be City's tax compromise,, many years ago) on July 31, 'The good news was received and fun, during which they I ing during the bivouac" to "wear- the neighborhood of 43000. If

In ftj went Into effect Novemberd 1935. Other counties now in this I here from C. S. James, project studied the art of war with an Ing silk underwear." The punishment the second half of the crop sells
circuit Alachua Baker Gil- I meted of the usual
out
provided that all tax certl- are superintendent, Keystone Heights, earnest informality that made was for the same average, Bradford'stobacco
Christ, Levy, and Union. -M of almost -! "personal" variety that Is highly will' home around,
I values shown on the 1938 who also stated that electricity their training a sort game ( bring
At the same time Joe Hill Williams popular in the frank, rough-and-,
Jroll could be settled for 25c should be turned on along this like grown-up "Cowboys and $88OOo--only! $16,000 more than

|the dollar expires October 1, of Lake Butler, also recently 'I line in less than two months' time. Indians") ready environment of a National last year, although acreage this

councilmen hope that a appointed by Governor The new extension will serve This year the guardsmen spent Guard camp. For further details season was more than double that

jority.lie of delinquent taxpayers,, Cone, took over the position of assistant around sixty homes in this countyIn ten days at Camp Foster near ask one of the culprits. of 1938.

| those against whose property state's attorney which had I a loop from Brooker to New Jacksonville and five days in Keystone Lieutenants T. T. Long and R. Most. growers In this area are

are paving liens, will take been held by Hal Y. Maines, also I River and on toward Hellbronn Heights area where they entire Q. Kkld both expressed themselves taking the disappointing returns
0
tags of these two compro- of Lake Butler, since 1936. I Springs.. regiment, Joined by companiesfrom as being highly pleased with the philosophically attributing tf,.

measures In order to "get State's Attorney Duncan enters I The new plant of the Clay Elec- other states, bivouacked in "very successful" encampment, slump to over production, poorer

Ji" with the city once more. office with a campaign pledge to I tric Cooperative at Keystone the: hot sand hills and scrub oak They expressed appreciation of quality, and the hiking of the

-. "fulfill the duties of the office to T. Duncan Heights is now two-thirds com- thickets. So close to home were the high degree ,of efficiency with British tariff There have been

DAD 28 TRAVEL the best of my ability." He was I plete and will be one of the most they all the time that a few of which members of Headquarters frequent reports that growers in

) born in Lake Butler, August 3, handsome buildings in this area the local men complained that Company performed their responsible : other stales would withhold their

ANALYZED 1906, and received his early edu- when it Is finished and .surrounding "It doesn't seem like we've been duties. leaf from the market, or adopt

cation in the public schools of I grounds are landscaped. anywhere at all." Most of the fel- Guardsmen making the trip here other means of fighting the price

icamon Rivers of Lake Butler,, Bradford and Union Counties. Re- structure will cost around $38-I I lows got a big kick out of the were: lat Lt. T. T. Long; 2nd. Lt. depression, but so far nothingItfinite

Ing a quiet Sunday afternoon ceiving his law degree from the I 000 and will house new equipment I trip to" Mississippi last year In R. Q. Kldd; Staff Sgt. Sam Alvarez has been accomplishedalong

In hands, made an interesting University of Florida, he entered valued at $26,000. In the future spite, of the fact that they had to ; Sergeants J. II. Dennis, W. II. this line.

Iriment which is of interest practice with his uncle, ThomasW. it Is expected to add two addi- I "work like mules" Graham, E. R. Struth; Corporals Reports from Lake City and

| to residents of Starke. Fielding, to form the firm of tional units at a cost of around Headquarters Company was fleece Bradley, Merrill Edwards, Jveouk markets yesterday stated -

i last week's issue of the Un- Fielding & Duncan. He was form- $40,000.( highly complimented by officersfor Leo Jones; lilt, Clan Privates that prices had strengthened

j County Times, Mr Rivera red erly prosecuting attorney for Ala- vk. ?, A--- the manner in which It carriedon Chas. A. Jenkins and Bill Powell; lightly since last week, the aver-


II 1 given point on State Road man of the Democratic Executive ARRESTEDIN 2nd. Battalion during the maneuver Crews, Albert L. Crosby, Robt. L. pound.

128 in one hour Sunday after- Committee there for four years F- SHOOTINGJack The job was carried on efficiently Dobbs, Joseph- W. Kelly- Bob ....--- -

p, July 23 He checked the Joe Hill Williams was born In I in spite of the fuct thata Long. Bill Long, and Donald P.Ic CEMETERYFUND

i passing his house from fivek Lake Butler (then Bradford Stepp, 30, young while minimum force of seventeenmen > Hilt

to six o'clock in the after- ford County) on August 5. 1888 man living at Brooker, was arrested was taken from here Insteadof Those fulling to make the en- GROWSWith

Ill. Since cars that pass and Is now living on the place Sunday afternoon. by the maximum number of campment were: Sergeant M. G. than $50 and,
lugh Lake Butler on Road 28k Sheriff A. O. Andreu """fol lowing twenty. more pledged
where he first saw the light of McMilllan, Corporal Calvin Johns, '
$20 in h collected the drive
l also! pass through Starke,, day. He was educated in the public III'III'r his shooting Claude Starling of The rigors of camp life canned anti Private Ovid Lewis for fundu co to re/encC,, and clean
figures are of interest here Starke near Prencott's Service
i
schools of Bradford County
Crosby, : Lake: Cemetery is off to
l Ration, south of Starke on Road
Fl&rlda
and at the state Collegein MRS LIBRARYWILL A total of
SA.XON definite start
>..ie of rt.iffle results!!' ol Tallahassee. ilia law degreewas 13, earlier in the afternoon about ,, u $300
:
III needed, It has been estimated,
rse, from (the detour this way earned at Stetson University two o'clock tie was released DIED LAST WEEKMrs. CONTINUE to make the repairs.

I'e': th( anti\ Is closed between in DeLnnd He began his career I Monday: morning under $160 bond necessary Interested In

}'' ': and Jacksonville, but and act- The shooting is said to have resulted George Saxon died Thursday Effective with itn order abandoning Everyone seeing
in 1908! as "special deputy '
clean and
I'lwi > & is becoming increas- ing collector of custom, District I Joe II !U Williams from hard feelings between I night, July 27, at her home In all library projects In the neat Crosby' Luke Cemetery it
seeing untrnmpled by
pv 033.1IIU; tn its own right. the two caused fight Hampton. She waif fifty-one wtiilo, Miss Dorothy cialr Kick-
of Saint Marks, with headquartersat 'l"he ri'tirini: .itati. 'a attorney. J, men / by a roaming livestock: seeing it the
1.. t\ gives a short route Cedar Key. Since he graduated ,, Thursday night of last week at I years of age and hail been a vic- liter, senior librarian, was notified
and undisturbed
fie ant from Lake City. before reaching his majorityi: > Adklns wan" also born at Lake Pink's place north of town on tim of lingering lllneHS.\ last week by state office. that quiet sanctuary
it Hhoulil he, la to 86sl..twith
urged
I'r' K made a careful tabu- \Butler and h <'n a resident of the Muson VVl'A support of the project here
ho had to wait until 1910 before Road 13 in which Starling gave Horn Ida Toney in the .
proponed plans by a contribution -
D") u, r-urate' cars as well being admitted to the bar. He ,iiinesvlllc iin<'<> 1907. He attended I Stepp a severe beating. City settlement near Lake City, I would be terminated.However no matter how small.

11( y nom other counties and first hung out his shingle in Lake Bradford County schools I Stepp fired at Starling eight she united at an rally liRe with the libiury will not be Those who have actually made

!gun for the one hour'sk Butler, and later in Starke in the until the age nf J7 lit which time II times with a .22 callbro leaver the Uethelehem Lutheran Church cloned, but will bo kept open dur- donations so far are Mr and Mrs.

in interesting as they same year. He moved here in he entered the Georgia Nprmal automatic rifle, hitting him twice I Iin and was married to Cleorge Saxon ing the usual hours (tone to nix) W. 11. Nollman, $10; Mrs. S. K
r ,r; wncre the traffic comes I wet'e'' of December 17 1911. by Mrs. H. H. Young who Is
1812 and was elected mayor for College at Abbi-yville, Ga., later the thigh. The wounds Hampton on pulil Morgan, $2; 11. M. McRae. $1:

L two terms. He served as a member obtaining his law degree from not serious. She made her home there ever I a small salary by the county and, Carl Johns, $:;; and Charles

|f the 265 cars noted, 77 were of the Legislature in 1915 nnd I Valparaiso University In Indiana. Stepp will be arraigned before "inco that time, and became a city, independent of WPA support Bcanley, $2.

i Union County, which natur- returned to Lake Butler In 1918, When he first took over his dutiesIn the Circuit Court when It convenes member of the Methodist, Church. I "1 would halo to set the library City Clerk Carl Johns has consented

hao the largest number ol where he has lived ever since. He j the Eighth' Circuit it extended here next November to face :Mrs. Saxon led tv consistent abandoned now, for It Is certainly to have his office in the

Dunn Ouval County cars to served as county attorney for' from the Gulf of Mexico to the. a warrant sworn out by Slotting Christian life, was a devoted wife fining u wonderful .service in the municipal building made headquarters -

I dumber of 39 passed during Union County for eighteen years, Atlantic Ocean and to the Georgia charging assault with Intent to and mother, and was. beloved by community," Mrs. Young stated., I and arrangements have

[ hour with 41 from Bradford and has also served several termsas tate line. He handled many major commit murder. I the entire community.She "It is being used now, more than been made to purchase the mater-

pike third position. mayor and city attorney. His ) prosecutions' during his tenure Is. survived by her husband ever. Fifty-six. ; books were withdrawn tale wholesale. Metal posts, good

f It-of-etate cars numbered 27 hobby is photography and the of office and leaves with a ''record Bids To lIe ReceivedBids and two daughters: Cleo and last Saturday afternoon." fence and a strand_of barbed wire

Jlng 15.the hour, Georgia leading picture used with this article is of having had only three cases will be received Mondayby Irlta, all of Hampton, and by her All hope of W P. A support Around the top will assure a per

P Other states represented a self-portrait. reversed by the Supreme Court the county commissioner! dur- aged mother, and one brother, C. tor the library project is not manent repair job that will last

|e Alabama, 5; Tennessee, 3; his duties entire sixteen their for II. of Lake City. abandoned however, aa Miss Kick- I
dB, 2 Upon assuming new during the years. ing monthly meeting Toney much longer than the present,
| : and Louisiana
2. liter
f this week, Col. Williams stated: Col.! Maine, the retiring assist- painting the roof of the CountyJail Funeral services were held Sunday received a communication rusted fence with its rotted wood
era from
eked Florida counties were Although I now live in Union ant state's attorney, will continuehis with aluminum paint. The at 11 o'clock In the Lutheran from to:. J. MarquvHt, Business en posts and trampled sections

as follows: Dade, 6; Du- County and assisted in creating it, private practice In Lake Butler job Is expected to be completed Cemetery near Lake City. The Manager of Statewide Library has served. The
..39-: Palm Beach 2 Volusia, of_ Tilo_ _._i1iivay general cleanupwill
; family tradition and sentiment within two weeks. I Rev. E. C. Witt officiated. Protects. u Jacksonville. n ___ remove the weeds and
pcambia. 1; Broward, 2; Ala- of Ing; "Please hold the supplies accu-
to the
a. 21 have so bound me people I mulated debris, smooth over the
Leon 1; Marion. 2; you have on hand as. there In a
(yard, 1 St. Johns, 1; Gadsden possibility of the project reopen.Ins. anlmal-cruHhcd mound and restore -

|Putnam. 4; Jackson 2; High- CLOSE CALLSUNDAY Dr. Herlong Says Hookworm'Too Prevalent ."" this tdanqull spot to its
M rightful beauty und orderllneax.
Columbia 13; Suwannee, .---
["lison 3; Hernando, 1; Nas,1 Among Students In BradfordPSchoolstries 15 SCHOOLS Each week the current list of
; Bradford contributors to this worthy pro-
41; Jefferson, 1; Miraculously escaping serious
ject will be printed In the columns
X. 1
>1c, l Holmes 1;;: Baker, 2; Injuries six well-known local I The astounding fact that 60 percent death rate much lower. come to places where health OPENED MONDAYMore of the Telegraph.

Flagler, 1; Union, 77; people were pulled froman of children in Bradford County conditions bad. That ia the
i'*, a. young I "With our elevation above sea are than 1,000 Bradford We all have a share to performin

overturned'automobile two I are infected with hookworms level it la possible to drain every reason that most large factoriesgo County children of School age, this matter, so let's call by
minutes before it burst into roar- stressed by Dr. M. B. Her to where the death rate
was places the Clerk's office today and do
stagnant pond in the county, prac- both white and colored, began the >
TENNIS Ing flames Sunday afternoon before fellow Rotarians at In low and where malaria and
J long tically eliminating the mosquito 1939-40 term of School Monday what we can.BIBLE.
I TOURNAMENT about 12:45: o'clock just Inside the the regular Wednesday luncheonof peat Then with adequate en- other diseases. are not prevalent morning when four white and .--
Bradford County line on Road 48 the organization. "In one of "No man wants to take his
forcement of state laws
concern eleven colored schools over the SCHOOL
Ned Lake from where than 90 percent Into town where adequate -
to Kingsley our schools more family a ,
Impetus will be given to ing sanitary toilets, we could goa county opened.
'IB enthusiasm they were returning. The fire of the students show a positive 1 methods' of disease preven- CLOSESThe
toward
f' In Starke when long way making Brad- ThoHe for white children open-
I COuntY-Wide completely demolished the; car In hookworm diagnosis." he stated. tion are not followed out, So we
tournament gets ford the outstanding county for ing :Monday were the Hampton
minutes, while the five daz- this fact" Dr. Her- that to health Presbyterian-Episcopalian
er few "In of see neglect public
nay a spite "
Im around the middle of health, Dr. Herlong declared.The Junior High School, Brooker Junior
1I10nth. ed girls and a young man lookedon long continued, "Bradford County Is a costly bualneaa. Interdenominational Bible School
Sponsored by the Ro- of ad- High School, New River Elementary -
Club, an in helpless wonder, trying to seems to have been blessed in that subject Wednesday's "Strange aa it may seem, there closed Friday of last week with a
I
entrance fee of 50c dress "Public Health" and School and the Graham
Ibe charged realize what had happened. without any appreciable health was never was a public health law I picnic and party at Cady's land-
to School. The Eleven
the
cover cost the speaker emphasized the fact Elementary
\trophies and other Incidental I The girls Sadie Prince, driving, work having been done, our death that "good, safe, and sufficientwater passed that a large percentage of colored schools beginning the cur- Ing,- on Klngsley Lake.
axes Rivers Hundley, Enza Weaver, rate Is still lower than that prevailing people did not oppose. The state The school was of two weeks'
for In rent term were Brooklyn, Hampton -
and a young lady In the state at large." He systems our people law making sanitary and fly-proof duration and was held in the
tnrludeadiv!: for the tournament Wava Horton rules, towns, and farms, must be Reno (Starke), WVitertiak,
could not be learned 1 quoted figures compiled by the toilet compulsory Is so universally Presbyterian church. A total enrollment
lions for both Jun- whose name the first consideration." He also : Thur ton, Sampson City Lawtey,
arum' Farm, had Just State Board of Health which disregarded that hardly any I of 95 children was said
senior men, and also for all of the State stated that "each city or county Graham, New River, Clayno and
rs. church services in showed the rate for all Florida to one even known that It exists. to be "far beyond my fondant ex
Worthwhile trophies will attended should have and support a mod- Brooker. The four white schools
awarded In Starke and had driven to Kings- be 12.5 percent per 1.000 while And yet, this one law in time, pectations" by-the Rev. CharlesH.
teachers while the
each lost 14
division. I hospital Many Uves are employ
ern
&nt of fatali- do with Allen, Jr., of the Presbyterian
bit of fresh air. Re- Bradford County's rate would completely away pastor
fcr rn? feel may be left with ley Lake for a by the crude care experienced In i eleven colored schools employ 20
1,000. hookworms.Dr. Church and director of
Charles ties Is 9.2 percent per
Manaa8 turning, they gave I
at the Ritz pender'l some homes. teachers and one Jeannes Teacher.
htr into "These figures indicate that Herlong stated that Bradford the Bible School.
afcCrtnee. Jos- Matthews. or Starke, a ride county I natural conditions in this countyare The Doctor continued; "Some County's infant mortalityrate The only public school not yet Closing ceremonies and presentation :
Clay-Bradford
\ or E. U (near the I opened for the 1939-40 term in
will maintain that public
tire suddenly blew unusually well adapted to people Is less than half of prevailingIn of certificates were held ,
? of line, a I
division !
,t<::1"K" the committee ap- Miss Prince applied the healthful living," the speakersaid. health la an Individual charge, and the state at large. Florida'srate this county Is Bradford High Thursday night of last week at I ,I
the out School here In Starke. and its
t Rotary Club to and the car turn- "Very little organized health express unwillingness to be taxedto is C9.7 percent for each 1- the Presbyterian Church, and the-
i-eUils heavily,
Ice ; of the tournament. ed brakes once, coming to a stop upside work has been done here and if It take care of some one else. But 000births, while this county's la term will begin Labor Day, Sep- following afternoon the picnic atKlngsley
DnstrucUon over '
4.
tember
It .1a Y of two excel- down. were not for the fact that natural thin attitude results from a misunderstanding only 29.1 percent per 1,000. Lake was enjoyed from
CDUrl; .
Tie h- near the school conditions are good, we would of the facts. "The leading cause of death In --- three o'clock to 6:30.: The 65 ,
immediately passing '
tennis
h In public? has ranked Almost were not make a very poor showing in the "They do not stop to think Florida, a. well as Bradford IHrlhs persons present enjoyed swimming -
favor. Both courts motorists, whose names ia heart disease," the Mr. and Mr. Britt Alvarez, and d
tlmr.r and pulled the death rate table he stated. that every birth and death in a j I County games the picnic lunch

r instantly is in use, and learned stopped folks from the "We couldIt we got busy and community I I. recorded, and that I> speaker stated. "Next in order Starke, boy, July 21. which was composed of baskets

fci developing someInuSfJT confused young wad Insured. looked after such things aa mosquito every death from a preventablecause are deaths from, violence and ac Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green, brought by each person.

< !: The approaching wrecked car which Injuries, breeding places fly breed- Is charged up against al j cident. Today we have In our Starke, boy, July 22. Mr. Allen expressed the hope

..talllent should be of great in- Pender received the only places and compulsory sam- >I community. We do not see In1vestments county 29 cripple children, 24':' Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans, of having another and even larger
the the right eye Ing 1 1I t
those general public aa well a severe cut above toilets- -bring our present made in, or new Indus- white and five colored." !I Starke, girl July 27. Vacation Bible School next year,
who take part. necessitating I I several stitches. I tary ,I t,


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BRADFORD t-'OUNTY' TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA }"HIII.,\ .\1"(:,.
TWO ar ,

I HAVE YOUREAD? cate Thu,

ELECTRIC COOKERY PARTY HAMPTON PINE LEVELBy Letter BoxOf highest aw,,,,: rerelveq

COMMISSIONERS HELD AT TilE HOME: By :atlas Ada XlmmonSo Mrs. H. M. McRne (The following new books may be Jule Hop\\ .,,

MINUTES OF MRS MIKE DEW Mr. and M--W;: : : M. Oliver of found at the Starke Public Lib- the Univ..,',,tt ?

hoc 1 Opens Plant and Mr. and Mrs J. course we want to renew our brary). 1938.
A neighborhood party waa held The Hampton Junior High City "You're The Doctor" by Victor ""Perplex
Commissioners
The Board of County L. Underhill and mother, Mrs. subscription to the "Telegraph. ) Hean
Bradford County, met at the home of Mrs. Mike Dew on School opened here July 31 withan Helser by AJl
of withJ. with
amused Maurie
Monday
Alice Oliver much
Highway 28 Southeast of Starke,, of 103. More are spent We were very of who have This
at 10:00: o'clock A. M. July 3, In enrollment D. Bowers and Miss Lettie Those you read"An novel. ,J'
regular session with the following Wednesday night of last week, at expected to enter later. Bowers In the Boatdraln section. your unique reminder "We hate American Doctor's Odyssey"by ter of the ..,,,hor written If b y

members present; L. L. Conner, which nineteen guests were in at- The outlook for a successfulterm Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and to tell you," postcard. I plannedto the same author will be especially i8 a story of 'Re

ChaIrman P. D. Reddish, Mallory tendance. The food waa preparedby of school i I. very encouraging daughter, Dorothea of Gum drop in your office and give interested in this book. many time w.Womb') '110

Thomas R. S. Wagdln and T. D. Mrs. Colena Florida Milboit,Power home economist and with Professor Mason Morrow -I I Branch and Mr. and Mra. A. F. you the order but always forget it "You're The Doctor" ia addressedto the convent lonal neroha
for the
This Is his normal people who are capable remarkable
as principal. of kill
and little Harley,
Hall son
Dyal.The minutes of the regular Light Company and the most third term here and hIs work has Sunday with so am writing Instead. of a much higher health standard ler sUcceeds Angelads

meeting of June 5and called meetIng modern methods of electric cook- been very satisfactory.Mr. their Jacksonville: spent Mr. and Mrs H. M. We enjoy the wholesome and than they are now rellzlng and trig the readers throughout III

each read and ery were employed. The food was parents interesting editorials and the to well. heroine. eynpaltyh
of June 19 were Morrow will be assisted by McRae. very who want keep Attractive
prepared In one Westinghouse of the entire Coast
entirely general tone paper.I to her
adopted.The follows: "Jubal Troop" by Paul I. Wellman own
teachers as rode
automatic electric roaster experienced Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender were read word, all of the ads friends lOYal I
every
following applications were First assistant, H. B. Wiggins; Mr. Jubal balled from a Mississippi Verona Foster
latter's
the parents
approved for pauper allowance; Mrs. Wilholt was assistedMr. Second assistant Mr. J. M. Whit- visiting at The- delinquent tax: payers, legal steamboat. But he Is eighteen both happiness nd bitter
Batten
Smith rural representative and Mrs. R. L. of all sorts, cook from the to b-
R. H. "Cap" notices those
Mrs. Arthur Douglas, $4.00 per temore; Third, Mrs. Floy Sullivan when we meet him. Rawboned, who know her
of the in reasa Sunday. recipes-and from my persuals of her el!. I
Mrs. Charlie Hilliard $4.00 company Miss frost-bitten and of
month; ; Fourth, Ophelia Bryan. who has smelling sheep,
Mra. Leatie Browning
and Mr. Dan feel that I know
,
Bradford County by the personals
per month; Mrs. Henry Gibson Miss Cozine Bedenbaugh of been relatives at Trenton. he has come down from Montanato 'e.
until Widow's Ross, rural representative In Put- visiting many people I've never seen. No BRIDGE -
month this week with catUehands in
$500 per Tlce Is spending with Mrs. turn North BCRNEDp
Is few
days
Is approvedfor i nam County. Short and interesting spending a copy is ever thrown away. I've Green Cove
Pension Allowance friends and relatives here. Dakota. The blizzard of 86 Spring,_

her; Mrs. Alice Thomas $2.50 I demonstrations of modern Mrs. C. C. Wynn has returnedto V. A. and Browning Mrs. William Moss and reluctantly parted with copies found Jubal one jump ahead of a cently destroyed approXimal>
Mr.
electric which simplify which contained items of especial 000
equipment foot
month. her home here after a visit of
per 'little James, and Misses a posse riding blindly in the di- dOrklng *
the household duties of rural customers son, friends who once lived end
of Soo- interest to of the
,
allowance tw
The and relatives In Ft.
pauper with friends Ardella and Verdllee' Starlingwere rection of Texas, he was to cast mile lone
discontinued until were made by Mr. Ross, in this section but who now live Bridge ove, th
man Kite was Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. his lot with raw hiders, prospec- St Johnt
the cost of repairingthe including lighting, vacum clean- her visiting elsewhere. We appreciate and en- near here. The
none equals Mrs. J. M. Maxwell had as Grlffis in the Boatdraln section tors, bandits, gamblers, murderers damage b
County Jail windows which he ing and other homo-hold helpers. guests this week her sisters from joy the entire paper and may I and religious maniacs. HereIs mated at from $35,000
tol
broke out while in custody of the During the evening the living Porter, Georgia. Sunday. say that I like the new style of an utterly absorbing by Road Department I
and sequence
Norman
Misses Dorothea engIl!
of the Dew home was kept ,
room ? I readily
Authorities. the first can
Law Enforcement The Rev. C. R. Robinson will page 'of adventures In which the author
Mrs. Lett la Billey requested the pleasantly cooled by using a portable at the Baptist Church next Odessa McRae spent Saturday understand that to many who
preach night with Miss Doris Goodge at has dared to combine In full measure -
her in securing home cooling ventilating fan been familiar through the
assist have
Board to I Sunday morning and evening. Starke. both realism and romance, the OUR MILK
reemployment In the W. P. A. I which was provided.by the power During the evening service, a years with the other style, a
Miss Vesta McRae spent partof essential paradox: of his hero'slife
Sewing Room Project. company. special number will be sung by a last week In Jacksonville with change would prove distasteful, :' and of the West itself. It's a
Mrs. Clare S. Hogan and Roy F. D. Banning, rural electrification male quartette Everybody ia in- however, a "rose by any other
tale bold and
heady strong which
her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. ,
of the W. P. A. met the for the Is sweet" and so l
H. Wynn specialist company vited. name just as
Hall. give back to us the vivality and
and Mrs. A. F.
<<)
Board In the interest of a Garden Informally discussed the profit The Hampton telephone officeIs Leon Hall at Branford was a with the "Telegraph." I gusto, the will to action the cap-

Project in the County. It was making side of rural electrification moving into the ex-bank build- business visitor to this section' Cordially acity for doing things whole.

proposed to Bet up the project pointing out that not only ing, west of the City Hall. Mrs. I. H. Blaslngame. "King Pin" by Helen

with WPA Labor and County-fur- the luxuries of electricity were Miss Lewis of Brooker, daughter Monday. I Starke, Fla. Finnegan
and Wilson Seldom
Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae
niahed fertilizers and seeds, the available to the farm customer of E. J. Lewis, was the guestof I .-- Equalle
children were visiting Mr. and i This an engaging novel of fam-
products to be canned and do- but that revenue producing equip- Miss Geraldine Hall this week. X'PHKLD
SCALE
Mrs. Carl Dobbs at Jasper Sun- ily life, full of humor and friendly Never
nated to the Public School Cafeterias ment, such as Incubators, brooders Marvin Williams, Mr, and Mrs SurpawPETERSON'S
day and were accompanied home Tallahassee County school wisdom. Carl, the King Pin and
Along with their proposition dairy refrigeration, soil heat- Williams, Mrs. M. M.
George
Mrs. Ida boards won Supreme Court ap- father of the
by Harnage. family Is always
waa a proposal for the Board Ing and electric hotbeds, can be Matchett and children, who have
Harold Register of Starke was proval today of laws by which about to make a million throughsome
to furnish (he fencing to fence utilized to earn a profit for the been visiting: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. '
visiting Henry Cone Monday.Mr. they fix different salary scales for new scheme, and all the fam-
land
twelve to forty acres of at farmer who is located on the Williams, of Hennegar, Ala., returned -
School for slmlllar of and Mrs. Odls Green and white and Negro teachers In the ily believe in his ability to fix
the Hellbronn a lines a public utility. to their homes here last DAIRY
project. The proposition was --. I little son of Hellbronn Springswere public schools. John Gilbert, a everything no matter how Intrl-

Saturday her Mr. and Negro, sought unsuccessfully to
visiting parents.
tabled because it was considered a FLA. STATE FARMBy Mrs. Ida Saxon, wife of George
Mrs. J. E. Starling, Sunday. compel an increase in his salary
School Board Proposition and not :MINN Knza: \Veuter Saxon, died here last Thursday Brevard Board of I FUNERAL DIRECTOR
before the Boardof Remember the services at Pine by the County
to come ,
proper o'clock. She
at was
night eight Level this week-end. Public Instruction. He charged My Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for !Me to Rwdl
County Commissioners Dr. and Mrs. )/, J. Mayberry buried at Lake City last Sunday.The a''
that the basic of $50
Commissioners salary EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
The Board of County and daughter, Shirley, of Miami, bereaved ones have the sym-
and
month for teachers
ribbons carbon Negro
,
the Typewriter MODERATE PRICES
then look a recess for were guests of :Mr. and Mrs B. pthy of the community.
second sheets adding $100 a month for white teachers
purpose of organizing as a Boardof C. Prince over the weekend.Mr. -- .-- paper DeWITT C. JONES
machine at Bradford Coun- resulted from "discrimination"agaist
Equalizers to hear complaintsand and Mrs. Hen Fussel movedto RISING paper Starke, FloridaYOI&EIffLVL
take testimony of owners or ty Telegraph. the Negroes.
Tampa Monday, where they By 1\lrs. II. H. Lewis
interested parties as to assessments will make their future home.

heretofore made by the Misses Margie and Lillian Mackof Mr. and Mrs.--Jack Underhill r

County Tax Assessor Winter Garden are spending '
made a business trip to 'Jacksonville
L. L. Conner was elected Chair- several days with Mary Jo Call-
Saturday.
mad of the laid Board of Equal- well
Mr. and Mrs. Elle Red and J.
izers, and R S. Waadin, was
Mrs. Ray Roberts and daughter, H. Harnage of Trenton visited

elected Chairman Pro Tem. Enza Weaver, spent last week In Elder N. T. King Sunday.

The Board of Equalizers then Shamrock. with Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Shaw and children visited
' I
adjourned until Wednesday July
Lester Walker.
Mrs. Shaw at St. Luke's Hospital
i 12 A. D. 1939 at 10:00: o'clock A. Mr. and Mrs. H. Holmes and la Jacksonville Sunday. She recently

M. Hetty Jo Webb spent Sunday In underwent a major opera-
The Board of County Commissioners .
Live Oak.
tion and her friends will
) many
convened to recess with all A
l l be glad to know she Is Improving.
i members present.The .
selection of names for the GUM BRANCH Mr. and Mrs.. H. H. Lewis recently -

By 1\11'IJ. Kdd: Farrlsh visited Mr. and Mrs.
July Box for the County Judge'sCourt
Thomas of LaCrosse.
Bishop
was laid over until Wednes-
Mrs. W. F. Harnage has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner
day July 12., at 10:00: o'clock A.
home after spending sometime were in Jacksonville Monday and

M. in Lake City and Jasper. visited Mrs Bert Shaw at lit.
Request of the County Assessor
H. Keene and sons, Van Ice and Luke's Hospital.Mrs. .
of Taxes for advance commission IN A FORD Y.8
R. C. spent the week-end here George Reddish of Hell-
in the amount of $66.94 from the
State Hoard of Administration with Mrs. H. Keene.W. bronn was recently visiting her

H. Atkinson of the University parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett .
was approved
at Gainesville was visiting Norman.
The County Judge and the Prison -
Miss Elizabeth Harnage Thursday .--
Inspector each submitted reporter I _

the month of June which night. VANDERIilLTIty
!! Mrs Louise Denmark and Acres
MH Velum Nonnan
flied.
were approved and ordered
I Chatman of Jacksonville spent
Letters were' received from
Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and
Keen A. Allen. Attorneys for theBOllrf'
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. family of Vanderbilt were shopping -- ,
In the Railroad Tax Litigations -
cases in which ia was stated Mrs. Johnson of Glen St. Mary I I In Jacksonville last Satur- I \\\) /11-

that the Railroads would soon pay Is spending sometime here with day.Miss o 0 J' 'c, ,0 Jc- ? 0

to this county $4,070.67, representing her daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. Iris Sapp of Jacksonville -" _
Keene. spent the week-end here with her
a portion of the litigated
amounts.A Mrs. B. M. McRne and childrenof parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp Ford owners get no and no "bobbing" and an "even keel" and the best road.rearend"squatting" .
Pine Level were visiting J. A. and family.

O.sste report Prevatt on, county the condition patient, of In Harnage and family Monday Mr and Mrs. Russell Normanof of the front end ride in rounding ability over rough

afternoon. this section were'visiting relatives when they start when they .
the State Tuberculosis Sanatoriumat stop turns roads. .
Felix Sapp made a business tripto in Jacksonville this week-
Orlando, was received and ordered -
Jacksonville Monday
filed. end.G.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Clemons of C. Norman of Malone spent
A letter wax received from the
Trust Department of the Florida Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the week-end with his parents,

National Hank advising that the W. C. Clemens Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman, of

Mr. and Mrs. Rdd Parrlsh and Vanderbilt .

Company Central Hanover of New York Bank, one and of Trust the Mls Elizabeth Harnage were Levy Norman and Collie Man- because only!! the Ford at its price/ is engineered

of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Purvis ning of this section were in Lake
paying agents for the Board and

County Commissioners would In Green Sunday. City on business last Wednesday. y- ; ..,. with Torque-tube Drive, 4 radius rods,
Miss Melba Clemons of Jacksonville Mrs. J. W. Knight and little
the future charge 1-4 of 1 per- a '
spent the week-end here daughter, Sandra of Jacksonvillewere transverse stabilized ride!
cent for the payment of coupons springs to give you a
,
and 1..10 of 1 per cent for the with her parents, Mr and Mrs. \V.C visiting Mrs. Knight's parents

payment of Bonds but that arrangements Clemons. Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman,

had been made to Mr. and<< Mrs. Kdd Parrish were cf this section Sunday.

have these amounts charged to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eston Par- Mr" Ellen Barber has returnedto ..b In everything that counts Ford own

rish Monday night. Jacksonville after spending a e _

the whom Florida the Board National would Bank pay for to W )I. Carter and son. W. J. week with relat>'ea here. ers get the best of It this year! "

spent Monday night with J. A. Miss Velma : orman, and Mar
these services If agreeable
Harnage. and family. and Margaret Reddish of Vanderbilt '"- used oa
Upon motion and second it was gie I BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES ever
Mrs Roy Clemons and little attended Sunday School at
bill for
decided to pay a supplies a low-priced car.
daughter, Betty Jean are spending I Ralford Sunday. '
purchased by the Director of the t
County WPA Sewing Room Pro-I awhile in Lake City with re Miss Ruth Alvarez has returnedto P4 LONGEST PASSENGER RIDEBASE in any lo.""'

latives. Vanderbilt after taking a teach
and
ject. The bill being for toilet '
at priced car
drinking fountain supplies Con- adjourned.The ers course in Gainesville L

siderable discussion developed and Board reconvened pursuantto Levy Norman and Enoch Kelly & t BEST GAS MILEAGE among all leading loT
of this section were In Jacksonville -
objections. were made, final action recess with all members pres- I *- -* ( Gilmore-Yowo
on business last Tuesday. priced cars in this year's :
in the form of a three to S S
came ent, and the clerk V
was Instructed
? A ford
two vote for payment. Reddish to prepare and have published : Miss Velma Norman of Vanderbilt economy run was given by 85 h. p j

and Dyal voting against payment; suitable notice of spent last..>Thursday night .
a meeting to be
Conner. Thomas, and Wtasdln vot- held by this Board on Monday, with Miss. Marie Edwards *>f '=vJ$ ONLY V-8 ENGINE in any low-pricedC" '

ing for payment of said bill. August 7 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Brooker.Mr. Fastest,most powerful best all-round perform
and Mrs. Jack Underhill,
Board adjourned to meet
The
tor the of
again Wednesday July 12th., A. from purpose owners hearing or agents complaints of- Gladys and Cecil Manning, and MOST ADVANCED STYLING in 193910 .pri

D. 1939 at 10:00 Tnet: o'clock A. M. any real estate and,or personal were Henry in Thornton Jacksonville, all of last Vanderbilt Satur- 5.5. -- field. Recognized style leaders at the price,

The Board pursuant to ad- property, the value of which had

journment on July 12 and took a been fixed by the County day on business.
for the Assess-I' There appears to be a shortageIn
temporary recess purposeof or of Taxes and
accepted
convening as a Board of Kqual- Hoard. the membership of the B. Y, P. For Oat

hers The matter of Mrs. James Yar- U. at Water Oak church. Those low-cost transportation \\\I\
attending would be glad for others
The 1939 Tax: Roll with the assessments brough applicant for work in the

aa fixed by the County County Sewing Room Project, to come. Visitors are welcome. its best- FORD U
'
---- --- now
Assessor of Tuxes was presented came up again/ and, the Board niscriT 11'l'PIl HISTORY as always! if

4 and after carefully reviewing and adhered to its previous policy of Tampn,--A biscuit baked by her

comparing the various assessments making no recommendation. father at Pensacola! In 1S62 Is a

n and no complaints coming G. N. Norman was allowed Im- I prized possession of Mrs L. J. -

from owners or interested parties mediate relief of $:::1.00. I Griffith When the home of Mrs.

i as to the assessed values of real The Board then proceeded to Griffith's brother burned everything ,

estate and or personal property as select not more than three hun- : was destroyed except the *

fixed by the said Assessor of dred and not less than two hundred crock in which the biscuit was J. W.11drewsJr.
Taxes the Board of Equalizers accepted j
names of good and lawful kept. Another time weevils attacked -
the said books with values
men in the County to serve as the biscuit but retired

as fixed by the Assessor. Jurors in the County Judge's after boring a few holes. The .

The Board of Equalizer then j Court for the ensuing
year. grayish dough U stiU Intact. STARKE

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'ANY. iRO0 Crosby NOTICENotice D<*..*rlptlon Set T R A Owner. .. Costa II.". T It A Owner &: Conte

Com 80 chnuV of NE Lot 1 of Blk 20, Town n. E. lIratthew. ___ D.n
Kelly and Cur of Sec 21 & run of Lawtey 'V of Hy 23 II U

and MrO Berry of Plant City 1* hereby given that the following described lands, or BO much 8 chns 60, N chnu 60,chnu W, 10 E Lois ,. 9, fI, 7.5&S50" '

ler ""rrIP' John thereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes: of 1938 20 chna to beg less ft of Lote 4. I of Blk

visiting 1\11 md Mrs. herein net opposite to the) tame, together with cost of such sale and also K l 8 A of N 20 chnx, \20, of Town Ity of_._LawteyV -______23 5 U R. E Matthew.. ___. '.00

one daS to"t t week. advertising, will be sold at public auction\ on Monday, the Tth day of of NH com Cor*0 of chns Wco w 25 All nJk II .x tote S

J\atnrvr, i",'lIy pent Wed- I I August, A. D. 1939 at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at the Court House & run 8 340 ft for apt I Town of Lawtey '\vot 1

\ week In Lake ButIh door, the County of Bradford, in the City of Starke, State of Florida.Description of bear thence !&: By __.__________2a II U A. 111. Blanchard ____ 4.81
I ms
v t Mr.rs. 980 itV 1284 ft. Lot J of Blk It; Town
bet glll11dparents. Ta"e. N 980 ft. E use ft of LAwt.V of Ry J3 5 U ono F. Young ______ 8.83
A; u Origgers.a Sec. T H A Owner k: font to b.-29 A_______25 7 20 141 .H. If Ford ________ 80.02 Lola a. 7, I of Blk 14 .

tad Doris Crosby NW14 of S\VV ______<. 7 SO 40 Empire Lumber Co. __ 6.91 Town of Lawt.y \\1
of __________25 8
toll,* week-end SV4 SEVI 19 80 Walter Will _______ 113.87 Wl4 of NE% &: NV4 ofNWV of Ry ______________13 I II leo, F. Young ________ 8.0
'' River spent the SH Of SWV4 _________25 0 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 13.37 & NEVI of All nIle 211 n: Lots II, 4,

grandparents, Mr, and All of BH of SEVi S of BEVY _____________27 7 10 :200 Empire Lumber Co. __ 83." 1\\ Town of Lawtey

their J1a.lsloP River ______________26 8 19 20 Empire Lumber Co. _. 3.97 Nof NW\4 Of SWi I Lot\V 8,of ot By Hlk-2.----Town.____13 5 U A, M. Blanchard ___ .01

Bob tad Collie Crosby SEVi of NEW & E % of of A: all! N- W 8-4 of NE'i : I of l.nwteyV of Hy 23 5 U Oeo. F. Young ______ 1.111
B. Kelly ___ _. ______ 86SWVi 9 8WV4: of State Half lllle 8 Town ofLawtey
7.
Live Oak. SEVi n 19 120 H. S. Hasen _____ 41.11 86Y. :
week ,* Farm road _____._.25 5NH SI II WalnwrlffhtSI 13.72
W of Ry ..23 II U A. M. Blanchard ___ 1.02
he! of 86
SWVi A NWU 6 19
., LOIS> Newmans arenctng 160 Empire Lumber Co. __ 25.78 of SEli of NW1x25 8 20 Mm. Lawrence. C. Dl.g Isis t. 9. 4, 1\\
and lira arrival of aer NV4 of NEV. A 8WV4! demon _____.____ 2.JJ Town of Lawtey \V

the of NE14 & NWVi: Of : N-8-4 of EH of XE 4 of Itv: _. ___.___=-:_Z3 II U A. 5f Blanchard ____ 1.118

born July 27. She was SEV4SV4 _______________811 6 19 160 Walter Will. 26.88 of NWH & N-8-4 of Lot I. Nub Div of Lot
---- K fOil ft ofV 4y of 13, Town of Lawtey
Delores of NWVi & NV_ of NEVi of NWU ____25 S 21 24 Ilorrace Norman ___ 1.2' JoJ of Ny.. a.CIt.;;; 2S.4IS

mend Brown of: Plant City NEVi of SWVi ---- 1 7 19 100 Luther JIarrell .__---- 11.81 NEVi of SW% ________28! 5 21 40 S. C. Alvare ,- __ I.n _. _. _.__________.28 II U W. J. Barber _______ .U
Lot 2S, Town of I.AW-
hi. of NWW & NBV of .
EV4
rough here tas Heeeko : I MWLt nf aiVlf... ex Id A t..y E of ny.. 8ec.. 'Ntt-

Maryland ac- SWt,4, &- SWt,4. If __ off W .Ids also S''V'4 23-24-25 ______-.-______28 5 22 Mr.. Jennie E. Brown 9.8'1
Lied nere by Junior 8Eni.- _=___...:._.:.:__::10 'I 19 160 Empire' Lumber Co. 28.88 of ''V'4 INn ot Branch Lot J6, Ott Sub-Dlv. E
from ex 214 A N'V Cot 28 5 11 49 Ben Faulkner _____ 6.08 Tjiwtey.
the "m* E% of SW% _________11 'I 19 II Federal LaneS Bank __ 19.U LeRoy Irvin LOS
whoha epent SE'4 nf SW44 & SWIo SWU! of SE'4 of 8WU 24 I 23 10 Mr' W. A. Goodfellow 4.22 I
: grandmother Mrs. W% of SEW & NEU Of 8Ey4 ___________29 II It 80 M.... C. E. Norman' __ 20.IS- SH of NEVi of SEVi!

;8th,, his SE44 ______________11 7 19 120 Federal Land Bank 29,8NWyV 0 NWt1 of NF.14 _____.._. az 5 21 40 J. A. Jlollln..wortb_ S.60 of SWVi ______.__--25 II 23 6 Mr. W. E. Torode _.. S.OS
Nero of SWW A W 10 ly '4 NE'4 !''IE'. of 8WI< of !'8WU 25 IS 22tl 10 C. I. A: M. Dlng-felder 4.2S
;; &Of E 8 A of WH of NWU
rpdee Birthday Dinner A of NE% of SW% 12 7 19 60 A. A. Edwards _____ '.'II ltnunded public road 8 N W by N of 8W4 of NKU] ...38SH 5 3 Harrison Paul _____ __ '.'11

... Bob Haisiop entertained NE4! of JJW14 ______12 7 U 40 Empire Lumber Co. '..91E of said, N hy of SKV4' of HWU A

fvwitba surprise dinner for % of NE% of NEVi 12 7 19 to Week. Tpt. Co. _____ '.81 Nne% & E by ranch S8 5 II I Earl Cook _--_______ 10.12 8' 420 ft of SW of
of SWVi ___..______28 I SI 34 Mr. O. O. Annl __. I."
--
who' was celebrating W% of NEVI ___-____'* 'I U 80 Weeks Tpt. Co. ______ 13.87W Lots f., 6. 8 & W'j ot 8V4 nf SKVJ' of SEVi of
band Lot. 7, 8. 9 of Bfk I
birthday annlver- % of SWVl of SE% In S8 II 21 nkno..n --________ I.29 SRVi AWLyofSEt.t e
-ty-fourth ,& SEVi of SWV4 1 II 20 .0 Max Shan_ ____ 111.59 W44 ofINWllofSprings 1 8 lit 20 Ruby UII..on _______ 3.03 of SE'i' & SH of
|at this time. SEW, of NEVi &: Com at All NEl4 N of road .:_ a 8 11 167 Mr.. Annie H. Alvarez 13.26 SWli. of 8KV4SBVi\
1 arrived early In the NW Cor of NEVi of 8E14 of RWy4 ________ 2 8 II 40 51 L. Conner _______ 3.44E.48 Com of SKV nt NIC< of Cor SWVi of_Sea.__ 27 IS 22 65 B. F. Halter _________ 20.SS
f guests BEV4, ft run S to Beo 8'' of I'IE'' >4 of NW14"
d had an enjoyable time corner thence W NE%. ot S\Vyt ____ I 6 21 80 W. R Strlcklanel ____ S 2ft 1020& ft run 13 W 1820 ft,
; 1620
the delicious on Sea line 995 ft, NW\4\ of flW'4 ____ 3 6 III 40 A. A. Hutchln.on __ a.80NE'4 ft, N
At noon 1020 ft to ____
g thence Northerly toy of NWV4 k Nyof beg 28 II 33 40 J. R. Shu ford ________ 7.SS
was served outdoors under Sea line 610 ft W NW" of NW14 12 6 III .0 Jeff L.wla ______ I.90 Lot 84 In Woodlawn _I 9 II 1* 10 J n. Crawford ______ l.M
Lot 2 In
WoodUtwn.30
I S3 10
Federal Land Bank __ 3.46
N In d..II W 88
of pt of begthence : yde
Lot 29, 42 In Wood'

e present were: Mrs. Sally. N-3-4 B to of pt of WVa beg of-SEVi---_ 2 6 20 88 Ida J. Merritt --- 9.lR 8Vy of of NF.Vi 84 of of NW&4 SW'4 _&.19 6 II .0 111... M. L. I..9S Lots lawn Sit, 17,_4.1...,.__44__, _54__30 II 13 SO Unknown. _________-_ S.S8

Wills Mrs. ex 1 A In SIS' : Cor & Sty of swv.. 10 A
)Irs Flonle com at SW -'or ofSEU In NW Cor ___.___.13 8 21 80 Empire Lumber Co __ 13." Lots In Woodlnwn I WH__ 30 5 22S3 50 Unknown mt.nin..--..,___ 4.5S

i Moseley Mr. and Mrs. A. !' of BE 14 & run '. E4t of NWI4 of NE'4 Lot fi 1SN&' of Lot of

\'arez and family Mr. and N to % !Sec: line, .0 NEy4 01 SW414 ot 30 E. C. Lowl. ________ 8.41 23: In Woortlawn81 I SO L. It Starltnc .... 3.41
_
thence E 810 ft, .. NE'4 ___ ___________14 6 It Lots S3 27 88 In ----
,
Jim Orman and children, Southerly to Sec line .. NW'4 of REV: ________2:1: 8 U 40 11. JI{. McRae ----- 8.60 ,
Woodlxwn _____ _.
81 I 22 80
10.34 Sweat ____
40 Unknown -- Levy .*..-__ 1.11
i Betty and Doris Crosby 325 ft, E of pt of Blk\ of Crosby NE'4 _Lake 22 6 111 ----------, EM of HWM of NWVi
beg thence W 825 ft 8 of NEVi A WWI of
olse Johns of New River to pt of beg -_ 2SWVl 6 20 93 F. 1.1. Merritt _______ 9.45 5horea In I'IE"' of See HEV. of NWH of
and children a4 & In NEVI ______25 6 II Leah Nettles ___? ..81 ,
jualvin Ward of NEH & all NE'4 -______ 34 IS 22 10 J. II. Moore _________ Elf
Flnez Kelly Donald Kelly, SEll of NEVi W of Beg /tt I'IFJ' Cot nf NW', EH' of 8WM, of !SEVi; ASH .
McKinney Branch _12 8 20 115 N. O. Moody _________ 5.78 of N'V'4 of S'V% Sea of 8KV4: of HEV4, ;
1', and Mrs, Alton Bobbs.i NE'4 of NWVi -12EV4 8 20 40 Max Shane ________ 7.88 f & run N 118 degrees, exIAnoS.ld" W

... of NWVi & WV4 of W 735 ft to S..o line, nf Rv: __ 34 5 12 39 Unknown ____________ 8.90
SWVi of NEV ____14 II 20 100 O. E. Crosby ________ 8.113 thence N 870 ft to... d'NW All N 8-4 of N"' of
BOATLJRAIN SW'4 of SWVi -15 8 20 40 Empire Lumber Co __ G.40 Cot of NW14 ofSWthence of llv A Nl,
NBVi of NEVi & sw% E 880 ft of 14'V'4 of NWVi! _..15 II S3SS 12 Mr., O. O Annie ___ S6S
rilfls
I By ::111" Z. Z. ( of NEK _21 II 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 10.114 1'1 680 ft to beg ex 1 Lot 1 In l'-ef-vlll 35 a 17 Mr...f>. O. Annie ___. 9.37
SEVi\ of NEVi & SEVi 21 8 20 200 Mr. D. \V Kelley __ 43.73 A side : ex Lots 10, It, 13 PoetsVIII .
: or.ll
oJ: C ___ B.87
and chlld- K'4 of SEVt -23 8 20 80 R. S. Johns _________ 20.2t 3-4 I NE ___. 4 ''I 21 9 Mary Pillard __ I __. ___ ...:.3SNRI4 II 32 9 Betty Strong! -_______ 8.31/
r Ralph 'aalney NWVt ________________23 8 20 t80 Mr. D. W. K..ney __ 85.07 nlk 40 In !Sampson' City of NKti: t. of NI' '} 8(1( a 23SS 10 C. L. Hayes __.__ 4.SS
ave returned home after SWV4 _228WVi 8 20 180 Margaret L. Kelley 13.011 & J A E of RIle: 40 W-8-4 .., N' of NWH!

weeks with her of SWVi ________23 8 20 to R. S. Johns __________ 10.84 '\\V:1 1-, of N\Y-- of I Mary C. Pillard ___ 4.07 of NWV .. .__.___88 I 15 C. T. A: M. Dlngfelder 880
Bng two 4 'I It : ? SWVi of NWM 2 II 33 40 A. C.
Fracl Blk 3 New Summer ___.___ 898
|'. Mr md Mrs. G. W. Har-I,I River -23-24 8 20 A. J. Thomas _______ 1.99 E: 08f A of 51'ot 910j, 8 Jim Prldlrlon __ ___ 5.52 I' NH of S\\ ", of SIB\ __ 2 6 SS 20 Ell Grlffl _____.____ 876
Lots 6. 7, 8, 9o131k NE'4 II 7 11V ? NRH" r \Kli a 8 22 40 A, C. Summer -______ 3.98
i Lake City. I 9 New River ____23-24 8 20 B. F. Renfroe ______ 2.81 I A nf 8v., of 91V4? 4 Mallnda. Prldceon ___ 4.1S 8EIf NW.W. .
Melba Prevatt and Miss !I Lot 1 of Blk 14, .New of NE' ._______. .__ 5 1 11 of sw of Ng'. 4 8 SS 60 A. J. Bryan ___._____ 661
River -.. .__2.1-24 8 20 B. F. Renfroe _____ l.n'' E4I of 8ESW! % 120 Foster Shl Smith ___ 17.10 N'4 of NK'i of $1014 _. BAll 8 23SS 10 Millard ii. Judd ______ '.81
) were visitors with I 9 7 21 ;) of : of
fMorrel ; Lots 7, 9 of Blk 15, R.fof EH N'
20 Wm Thomaa ______ 4.17
find Mrs Lonny Tyre of I New River -n23-24 8 20 B. F. Renfroe. ______ 3.84 SL'4 f"sin T U SWViV\ of road ____10 5 Mr. Alice Lane ford __ ..15
Lot 4 of Blk 32, New NB'4 nt NEI4 ex 8 A IfVm Thomn. ___ 6.93 WH of SWVi of HK'/i" II II 23 20 Unknown _.-_._____ __ 1.83
ftome ''nsi week. River __________ 23-24 6 20 .Tee..le fewell! ________ 11.83 In NFJ Cnr __ .___ 20 1 III ? KH: { of TCH of NT-Hi IIWH 0 S3 40 E. O Homer ____ _- 11.85

of Lake But- NW% of NW>4 -29NWVi 8 20 40 R. B. Johns _________ 10.84 W'-II of Wt4! of N1114 110 Unknown ___________ 13.13 of WH of NWU U 8 22 40 E. Q. Horner _.____ 11 35
M i RUSH of NWVi & Soy & FJ JO A of NV20 1 zt fO Nunplre Lumber Co. __ 6.40 SH of NK"'t.of P\V ', .14 6 S3SS 20 r... B. BobslnSS ________ 7.S67.6S
s wee w-end |guest of heraughter of NW'4 ___________27 8 20 120 Mrs n. W. Kelley23.00 1'11'0' If NE'4 ________%0 1 21 40 Unknown _______ / 6.63 EVi, of 8114of NW,,"
J'I] of -28 8 20 80 lorrs. D. W. Kelley__ 15.19 NW\4.\ of NE'4 __ .____ 2J 1 III A NKVi: \ (>' NEVi of .
Green. NE"y,
-
W. E.
Mrs. \V 4 of SW'* & SEVi of All NWV4 of NWt1 8 U L. J. Wynn ________ s.ss SWVi __.___- --___14 5 20 Ernest Oeesner ______
I ana Mrs Jim Starling and SWVi ______________28 8 20 120 American Tunlf Orovea N'4lof __ es'100'ft23 1 III W 25 A of REof
Ino __________________ 80.12 NEy4 111 J. B. Prevatt ______ 14.93 SW'4 A NIIJI4.of
n of Pine Level were vlsitr. Ely of SE'i! __________29 8 ao 80 American Tung Groves road _. _____________211 1 21 SWU A All NWVi of
and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffisy Inc. _____________ 28.118 Lots I, 2, 8. 4 or Fracl 188 Foster Shl Smith __ 25.81 SISVTW road -______IS 6 73 A. F. A. C. Co _____ .....,
SU! of Lot 11 ________30 8 20 20 American Tung Groves I NEU ___ __ .____28 1 81Nn14 Com nt NIB! Cor of RI' 1..'.
y Ino. _________________ 1.21 of NE'1 & 516, of of NRV4\ A run 8 716
lit I'IE\'o' of N\V'4 ft, W 461 ft. Northerlv -
I All Sec' 31 .x NV4 of
E Prescott and chlld-
& NW'4 of 8WVV.4 746 ft. K 296 ft
Lots. 4. 6. 6 & ex 514of :
JLake Butler were visiting Lots 7 8Ie ex SH! of REV It Zv'4 aoo Foster Shl Smith ____ 38.74 to beg ex: N t A .-16 6 SS S Gilbert Dlxon *______ '.U
of 1314 of SE\i ____25 7 It W'6 of DIk1Noff2 'Y
of Lot 12 &: ex S 26 80 Alhert & Leila Willi. 6.76
BV. E Green Sunday. A of Lot 11________31SWU 8 20 174 American Tung Orove. N {o of N\Vt4 ----____ 20 7 21 80 Unknown ______...___ 10." AV A SK'i nf Wv. N: ,,-
|(h Prevatt and daughter; Ino. __________________ 252.19 N\o\t\ of NW'4 ___ ..L -.14 1 U of 11 8 W A of
of SEVi Fracl NE'. of N'VI4 of rilk 2 N of RV

ja, have returned home after of NW'4 NE'4 AVU of & FlE'4 nf NWl4 Ie. 180 Foster Shl Smith ___ 24.86 In Templi-s Hub-Dlv 16-21 8 28S3 10 Earl Cook -__........_t. .411
ng three weeks in Way- NWV, & NVj! of SWVi II A In FI'V ("or __ 85 7 21 SKM of SW'4ixV9A&8of' 17 6 40 M. F. Brown _____ 7.26
& N'V',4 of SEVi .___33 8 20 280 American Tung Orovee 814 of N'J! & N'!. nf' FI'II NWJ4 of I
|Georgi lute ..._____ _______ BR.BR & NW.. nf 1"E'4' & 400 Foster Shl Smith ____ 60.59 HWVi ANffiVi
SEVi of NRV .___ __MSVi II 20 40 Eliza WII..nn Eat____ 13.87 NW'4 of NWII .88 1 11 of SWVi & a A
Ruth Morrell spent *Satur- of SWU of NWU- 84 8 20 10 Ieabelle Williams ____ 11.40 W14 nt Lot 9 In Wood. 8 Carl Decker __ _______ 1.51 W of public road In

Bighi with relatives In Lake ; siai/i' ; _______._____34NEA d 20 180 T./twr..n. Wiggins __ 20.21 Lois n81 __ in10 6 87Wondlawn NW'6of8911&W4of
84 II 20 160 Walter Wills. ________ 20.21 82. 83 HW'4 of "SKV, 17 II 23 170 D. B. Knliibt ___n_ 1101
I NWVi -_ ? 7 20 ISO Lawrence Wiggins __ 26.28 -_ 10 6 12 30 O. M. reopl. _______ '.80 NH of SK'4! of NF.'i 18 6 S3 20 W. T. Weeks ________ S.46
Maggit Green is visiting I Iara NEH of NI'4\ 7 20 fO D. S. O. Green Jr. ___ 7.88NW'4 Lot. 29, 81 In \VoodAWVwnot NWVi ex 40 A off Wside

of NWVi, 5 1 20 40 American Tung Groves 11 6 III ao Unknown ____________ 8.76 A NH of SW'i
\ivarez In the Gum Ino. __ _._ __ h __ _____ 18.81 Lot 112 In & 51044ofIt1VNo\ : .

section for a few days.and tote 1, 2 un_ _.. 7 7 IO! 180 C. L. Atkinson. _---_._ 28." 'Vondla" _11 6 U 3 J. L. Harvey ________ 1.51 road"f ____ __ 20 6 SS 328 D. E. Knight ________ 47.87
Lot SH N4! of
113, 114 In 'Voorl. SWlix
Cor"
Mrs W E. Green are 2 A of In SWVi SE, ___ of_SW'i_ 8 'I 20 2 Unknown __u_____ 111.90 lawn .tt 8 22 20 W. .1. Wllkeraon ____ 4 28 I Lot In NR Cor
ud parents: of a fine baby All EVi of SW-4 ofRE'4 W14 of ST'"i of SP.1 .12 5 22 10 H'W. Haylla..d ______ 4.22 Lot W of road ,. -.21 6 SS 10 J. W. Edward. _____ 11."
8
Blk
I
N' of NW of 12 FlneJiurst
FlW'4 5 22
-----S 7 20 20 Lawrence O. Weekly 4.99
fcm S of road
July 22. NWVi ex 8 A In PE Cor 8 n. U. O..ln..y -----___ 1.68 F.' of RW'.. M AE": 12 8 23 20 M. n. Rherman ______ 4.22 Development' 21 II SS Conrad Letsch _______ 6.SO
N of NE'o of AEJ 12 6 U Lot J. 2, 18, 14 Tllk
large :rowd of the Bethel & 101V14 ex 20 L. O. Weekly Trustee 4.22
fFf R'f;; Cor __ 8 1 20 198 Jlfra. Alma Shaw -_ 811.83 NW'4 of 51j of N114 14 6 Z3 10 Lillie 7.r Andrew. ____ 6.73 2 Plnehurst Development I
i and this section spent the Lot 1 7 of Blk 3 Ward- NE'4 of RF4: -____14 6 22 40 J. !I. Moore __________ 12.58 __.__ __ 21 6 SS Earl Cook ______ 9.87
: Let Luke Sunday. | ______ __ -8 7 20 \ra.] Laura E. Baxter 1.11II Lots 1. 2. 7. 8 In WH! of rilk 1 N of n 3
City M A '
Woodlawn _. _14 5 12 all Fracs of HU '
Blic Ward 40 David Rlckut ___ 8 30 .
\. Griffis his Lot 8 of 11, .
was visiting
nf111k1Noff5t7 ,
Sof '
8 T 10 \ra.] Laura E. Baxter 1.118 Lnta 3. I & allint. Z.
_
City -- 8 of Franca sold N. II. ", _,
\Vlod.
jr. Joe '"Jrlffls. In Clay Coun- 6. 6 In

flay Lots Ward. 2, 6 City nf _Blk __13,nS 7 20 M. P. Matheny ------ 2.81 lawn -__ ? ____14 II II 30 Unknown ____________ 5.59 Hanrarnan using. 649
Lot. 1. 2, 17. 51. 47, 48in ft N & H A being all
and Mrs. William Lots 10. 11 of Blk 14, 12.88 Wondlawn _U I II said Frars W of F1]
Baileyford Ward City 8 7 10 E. T. Stewart ------ 60 Ada Fo. Stewart ___ 9.80
----= tots J8, III, 32 In Urn of NWVi of NW'4 .

n route from New Lots 10, 11 of Blk 15_ 8 1 20 1. A. I\rott ---------_ 12.88 Wondla"'n __15 5 U 10 D. L. RI..by ________ ...0 A KH of NHV of fill ,r. \ t 'J"i I.( '
City where they left their Ward City Lots 19, 20.() 49. 10 1 N of R J K A SH' ," I{

Illy, who is seriously 111 In Lots 20, 5 Ward, e, 7,City 8 of _Blk___ > T 20 11. P. Oo.lneT -----_. 4.18Lntlt W Wondlawn of ITt 8J___8.-Lnls -_-s-18 I U 40 O. C. Barnes ________ 8.SO of of SWVi Jt ;if of K Blk Temple 2 N '

5ital there were visiting 4. 5, 1, 9.City 11 of__ 8 7 20 T. C Hazen J r. ---- .'.78 40. U. lIS, lit InWoodlawn fluh-DIv _______ .._82 0 SS 10 Mr. Grace Ford _____ 10."
Blk 22, Ward ._ _18 II Z3 All land lying on B A
GII Mra. E. G. Jlal'v.y 10.86
rL Bailey's parents Mr. All Blk 23 ex: Lot 7, Lots ? fI .Id. of the old
.18 .
8 T 20 Unknown ----------- :3N I'o:5hl: :ri-
rs John Prevatt for a Ward. City 38 A { Starke A Lawt e v
Sunday Beg at a pt 495 ft W 40. 41. 44, 481 46, M, 52, \ public road In Seo SS
of SR Cor of SWUof 4 B*. 67, 61, <3 In known a* the O. A.

1RISSEY SEW & run W on Wondlawn ._ __ ._.17 I U 185 Mr. E. O. Harvey 11." Thrower! 8r property
BRIDEGROOM Seo line 244 1-3 ft, Lot 8*. 41. 42, 40. 49, 10.83 A In NIC. Cot

e Wales. It was badto N 230 ft. E to land 60, 61, B.. 53, 54 55, of NWV4 of NWVi __U 0 S3SS 11 Mr. Grace Ford _____ ....
of E. L. Crosby thence 66, 67. (10, (11. 2. 63, NWVi of NWVi _28 0 40 T. S. William ___ 14.08
> have his money stolen, H 230 ft, thence W_ 9 1 20 2 R. :'1. Oalney ------ .Q.. 2 4W 64 In Wnndlawn ..18NH I 12 110 Mr.. B. G. JraneF __. n.51 BIAofa9Atr1angle -
I wag downright embrasaingpruiegroom toy beg NW"A"Al of Lot 22 In Woodlawn belnaall of

: .. .. 18 II 22 II Unknown ______ 1.1 HH of 8RVi of 8W'/i
when his pants N\VW of aWI4 N Of of Lot 29 In Woodlawn _.18 I III 10 Unknown ?_________ 4.11I N of road __ ____. 23 SSSS Mr*. Dora Sullivan e.'II
JfJched from a tourist cot- Ry A W 18 -----9 A T lit lIa N. o. Stok.. ----- 111.11 Lots 1. 2, 8, 4. 5, 6, 8, WI' A of NWVi of
SEVi of NW'i 40 lawrence Wiggins 10.11 11. 10. 34. 36, 45. 46, AM'" 'sN5Aof WM
here he and his bride were SEVi! of SEy4. -__10 7 110 of 8WVi of BB4! N of
20 20 Empire Lumber Co 1.08 61, 63 In Wnodlawn 19 6 III 150 Pura _Water Co. ___ 12.10
oonlng The couple had EH of NW'4 of SEH --14 1 WH of Lot 83 A all 36 road 48 -. .___. -.It SI W. T. Jordan ______ 4.66S7
...
SEVi of SWVi & SW14 H. Howard .....' 27,39&E'4of 40 ANH All MWVi of BHVi A EH
oiled and the pants wereIy of 8E14NEt4 ____________It T IO! .0 11. ---- of 43 A: EHof 61A of HE 14 of BWVi, 8 of

ones the had with of NEtb .II: All all 64 In Wood- I road 48 __ ____ .- _24 II SSSS Maggie Hamilton .....

Police Chief groom SEy4: of NEVi N of 15 10 48 Lawrence Wl..ln. LI8 lawn ____ ___ ___ .19 I U 10 111'. E. O. Harvey 10.10 NBVi --_______________35 1 160 Cha. J. Johnson ___ ".It
I D. C. WsoftotN105ftof
Party _
--- Lots 0. 10, 28. 24, 25, 26
to i the cottage colony to fate 1 A In NW Cor of In Woodlnwn18 II II 10 Dalton Carter _______ .117 BH of NW'4of 8E'4
NW% of NW'4 lying 8% of Lot 67 In Wood- of NEH ex W 40 ft II SSSS :Eugene. Hunter ...... (...
another robbery, found 140 yd. N & S by 7 to 1 Mr. LI11le Cone __ 1.70 fawn _.__ .. -____19 I II I Unknown ____________ 1.11 Com at NB) Cor of Call
|l % of 14.81 lawn _.._ .. 11 I U JO W.
Lillie Cone U. Wainwright 11.0'1
|where .0 Mra. -- - .
the thief had tossed 0.0NEVo.. _________11 7 20 a Lot. 1. S, 4. 7. 8, 9, i f a pt of be.,thence

but the i money was gone. BegNat a Cot 4911 ft W 14, SI, 22 21, 2*, 2.. run E SIO ft. thenroH ,
E of WVi, of 27 38 A WH of Lot513q5 75 ft, thence W
DO NEVi -k run W on Seo Woodlawn.20 I U 185 Mra. E. O. Harvey __ 24.74 110 ft. Nil ft to a. '
J NOT SUFFER line 244 1-3 ft. thence in 8WH of SEVi" pt of beg _____.__ ._28 V. B. Harrell __ ....
8 H mile tu 8 line of A SEVi. of SE'4.21 I U 10 J. R. Shuforel _____ .117 Blk 29 a. extended nnKnsey
au i suffer the agonies ofhgettionn aid NEVi. thence E BH of NBVi: of NWVi Map ex B 100

had better '" 1-3 ft, thence N V4 T 10 111 R. MGalney ---- 1.93 less 1 A rem _-___22BH 1 n 18 C. I. oil: M. Dlnarelel. '.'0 ft A ex M .0 ft. Orl.
you mile to beg ---r-r. 11 of 8W'4 of FE'4 --12 1 U JO D. B. Sullivan _____ '.00 renal Town of
taking Blsma-Rex at once. Beg. at a pt 125 N..14ofNWV4exW10: tarke ---__________28 SSSS Thlma Larantaux _._ 10.47
Inaction W of NE Cor' of A __U 1 U 10 M.bel Wainwright 7.81 Com at 8W Cor nf
antiacid
powder NWVi and run W on Com at""Ry"where N Mad leon A Bay St. -
relief m 3 minutes. You Sea line 7SJ ft. thence line of See S3 ernes** run H S36 ft for a I>t

"t a bottle of 50 doses forthe 8 H mile ence line of A run 8 on Ry C32 ft, of br, thence run W

N'W'4. E 781.. .0 U Z. R. Mott __.___ '..nft. B at right angle to 106 ftS14ftE105
Rexall Drug: Store thence N t ... 1, 7 Br 60ftforaPtof/ ft. N 84 ft to pt of

tel's Drug Store In Starke. N"fv..N of 48i'S-E ob 7 20 eo Empire Lumber Co 10." beg thence S parallel. beg __ _____ ?-_ .____38The 1 Mike Dew ..__ ....
NH of the follow.
E' 0117 with Ry 1050 ft, E at
C8 vP 68S4 tt of N'>' 20 20 Unknown _______ '.'11 right angle to Ry ln,. City Block Hounded
FOR APPLICATION Lot __ ___11 7 840 ft, N parallel N by Call St. W
I/. .T'X of-Lo---E- Lumebr Co. 1.11BIi with Ry I960 it, W by Broadway 8t, 8
Y.E1.31 I Empire --
Bill :fARln : N of River U 7 JO at right angle to Ry : by Madison Bt A Eby

.ICE 0. E. IS HEREBY eCVTax .f NWV4 & NEjfy 140 ft, to beg ex 4 Amore Bay St -..-_______2* 1 SS A. 111. Mott H.lr. __ UWI
;rate Turner holder of SW'4 dEVL N or less on 8 Lot. 3, 4 of Blk 17.
!So
l05ued l the 7th 17.11 deeded E. E. Livln-stAn, Truby A
of River ex: Co side to
Lumber
jtt.t A. D. 1933. ha* filed of 8W14swly NWU T 20 JeG Empire Chapman In 1817 A Co'*. Hub Dlv _-____26 011 D. P. Pullllm __ '.If
-
--
--
--
tDr:>ffics and ha* mad ap- of NW'A & NW44' 1. W. Sow.U 1I.UNVly.svvNEi4's recorded In Deed Lot. 1, S of Elk 37.
10 r
tax deed to be lieueon. 5'1088 T .0 Book P, page 272 -.23 9 III U Kettle Bennett Eat 11.0 Llvlnrston, Truby A

U H. H. Howard ___ ...1 2 A on N side of NE'4! Co'. Hub Dlv Hlk__ .-28 1 SS Unknown _u_____ '.1'
1rUrl..at. embraces the fol- Jt *--'** 7 20 of NEVi bounded n" Lot. 1. 4 of 2$. i
K '
f w?:. Bradford. State of Flor- Com 24 ran W on Sec by A. M Rdanehard S3 I U I Joe J'rl.o ____ .10 Co' Hub hiv ... -.SS 1 SSSS A. T. Paul ?. 4....
Lot.
6rk. line 100 cane N 20 Lot S of Bile 3 Town S. S or NVi\ of Elk
fi fiBl ZT' Orlninal Town ehn B 100 cbn to Lawtey W of Ry _.21 I II R. A. Oritfle ___ I." $6. Livingston. Truby
K-'l1): :?) NEV. of SWVi Section A Co'n Sub Dlv ____SS 1 Alfred
Barnes
lp < sea line, thence 8 IOU JIO Footer SDI Smith 11.11 Blk 15 ex Lots 1, 6 --_....
South, Ran.. 22f bear T 10 Town of Lmwtey W SH of Bile 87, LIYlnlr.ion. I'
ehn to -----yy"
f"?"nent NEVi Evj of of Ry __ __. _________33 U Ads Moore ____ 11.1'1 Truby A Co'.
teder. the of the e.rtlilc.te NEVi o' 8WV4 .... Lot 1 of Blk 15 Jownof Sub Dlv ________Hik.38NH SSSS A. O. Jenktn __ 0,11
... i nth.acid NIi of SE'" & SE'A Lawtey W Ry 33 I U J. H, Moore .. ?-,,__ .U ft of Blk S7 A all
name of un A. al.oMil' Lot 8 of Blk IS, Town Livingston Truby
a. of IIE14-400(0 chns W <>1SE .. of Lawtey W ..f Ry 38 III I. H. Moore __ 11.41 A Co'. Hub Diy ___SS 0 A. a Je-kla .. Og1
4 .c- >r rtlflcat shall be Cor of Bee 26 Lot 1. S, 4 of Bile If. WH of Blk 40.( Uy"ort'b -
y ilnc law the line Town of Law,., W Trilby A
h 0eacetbad*? :''Rht theto will be run 40 ehn W on N, 2K. Sec' ell.a .f Ry ____________SI n I. M. 1RN41.b __ .12 : Dr. _.__ .38 M Unknown ??....,-, .... :
Let 8 of Elk 4*. L4*
,IMaea dClreetn. 10 cans Let S of Blk 11. Town
> 4. cbn 8, -
i lr H on the also of Lawtey W ef By S3 n J. M. Reddl.h __ '.10 Incston. Tmky C._
9>je :5 t* of Septmber.. Hit. to 'i..r 10.a It chn Let *, I of Elk J 18. Sub Diy ___________SSBH 0 U Dames Dell __ 1,11
>h* bear at a pt 1
F 1JJ 4to- da, of W of NB Cor of See Town ef JAwtey w of Lot S ef Blk 43,
III *.. noW of Ry ____ 11 I II Mra W. 111. Toro4ei..// Ll-l-f-eten Truby A
ltth a 1
'B .
ft.
N UII 1J I .
ft.
eu Court) f3 of .Brd T_.......' K 234 284 ft to ,t of >".:" 1 11.11 7SM.C. S Smith 11.93 I-twtey tf' .* Sty _33 0 32 Mrs, Co .. Smltb L'II (CoaUAue4 OB pS..s at) I

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PAGE FOnt BRADFORD COUNTY TEUSGRAFII. STAKKB FLORIDA .'UWH1
'"I'ST 4. J

Miss Gayle Sewell HostessAt I land of Dublin. Ga., and Miss I To Plan PicnicAll here os guelf'1' I

II I SOCIETY and CLUBS Breakfast-Swimming Elizabeth Joiner of of Cedartown Mr. and, members of the Woodman tel', lUss Mil"1, I :, earn a
Ga., house
guests
"
Circle are asked to be present ata Burns and 0ipanied .,
.. Party At Kingsley Lake Mrs. L. D. Vining, Miss Jean rtW'I"1:, ,
-- ----- -- ----- night "t
meeting Tuesday August (
to Co
.
Miss \\I..
Heilbronn P.-T. A. Starke Minister To Be Presbyterian Sigma Chi Miss Gayle Sewell was hostess Davis and guest Tenn.Margaret Miss 8, when plans will be made for Mansss\!" who .n'" //QI

To Meet Friday.The Married In Miami Soon Enjoys All Day Picnic thin morning when she entertained Lowry L'Etta Corpening of Maryville of Biltmore; N. the annual picnic. Hostesses for seVeral days. ? II '"fi", 'nelll!
in honor of the out-of-town the evening will be Mrs. E. W. ....
Parent-Teacher Association The Rev. Charles H. Allen, Jr., Members of the Presbyterian visitors with a swimming party C.. guest of Senator and Mrs. C. Hayes. Mrs. C. A. Knight, and -------
-of the Heilbronn Springs school pastor of the Presbyterian Church Sigma Chi and several visitors en- and breakfast at the KIn-B cot- E. Johns; Miss Loral Bennett of Mrs. W. H. Summersill of Green I

will meet this afternoon (Friday) here, left Tuesday for Miami joyed a swimming party and picnic tage on Kingsley Lake. Ellljay, Ga., guest: of Mr. and Cove Springs. o so \'EXuW
at 3 o'clock, and all patrons of the all day Monday at Gold Head Attractive arrangements of Mrs. C. A. Knight; Misses Helen S THICKSGIFTS
school are urged to be present. where his marriage to Miss Nancy Branch State Park. and Marlon Dowling, and Misses
Summer flowers added a festive Mrs. J. P. Burns and daughters, K
Lee Whetstone will be an event of Meeting at the church at ten Betty and Carolyn Green. Live Alligator
Officers for the coming year I note to the cottage in decorating Y ,
Joan and Jean, left Sunday for ShlIJ1t(; !
8. The o'clock, fourteen I Mian. Sewell was assisted in en- An '
people
afternoon, August young
Tuesday >u
will be elected and a vote will be for this lovely informal party. their home In Atlanta, Ga., after S hcre
taken concerning the operation of will be performed at and the Rev. Charles H. Allen, Jr., tertaining and serving by her 11V lilt .
ceremony
the spending the several ) St
the school cafeteria during the pastor of the church drove to the I After enjoying swimming mother, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs.O. past weeks Jar Pi
three o'clock In the First Presbyterian the din-
guests were invited into
present school term. Plans for beautiful, recently completed L. Beasley, and Mrs. L. D.
Church of Miami. ing porch where they were served
fencing a part of the school park. Vining.
grounds will be made, also. Re- Mr. Allen is the son of Mr. and Swimming, games, sight-seeing breakfast picnic style from the .fr ON BERRY MARKETHall's

freshments of cake and lemonade Mrs. Charles H. Allen of West tours, a bountiful picnic dinner, long table. Brightly colored zin- Miss Lennon ComplimentedAt
nias, arranged In a Mexican bowl,
will be served. Palm Beach, and has been the and towards night-fall, a hearty centered the table Further car- Linen Shower Wednesday
slipper were enjoyed.
--- -
pastor of the Presbyterian Church rying out the Mexican colors was
entertained
Will Have VisitorsThe Those attending were Misses Mrs Hubert Priest
here since May. He attended Jean Davis, Margie and Martha the fiesta ware used in setting Wednesday night with a linen Grocery

Ladies'! Council of the Maryvllle College In Maryvllle, Mathews, Margaret Lowry, Betty places for the guests. shower in honor of Miss Hazel

Christian Church of Hampton will Tenn., and later the Presbyterian McRae, Fay and Mary Alice Yar- Those Invited to enjoy the morn- Lennon whose marriage to Mr.Eldridge WE MEET ANY

, visit the Starke Christian Church Theological: Seminary in Chicago. borough, and Grace Dew and Billy ing with the hostess were her Tomlinson will be an ADVERTISED PRICE

j Missionary! Society Friday after- After a wedding trip to various and Richard Jackson, Barney house guest. Miss Martha Long event of Sunday, August 6, pt

, noon at four o'clock. All mem- points in the North, Mr. Allen and McRae, Jr., end Mr. Allen.Carolyn. <(it Bartow, Miss Margaret Hol- the First Baptist Church in SOL FLOUR 241bs.

bers of the Society, and friends. his bride will return to Starke Starke. 6QC 6
' also, are asked to be present. the latter part of August to make After an enjoyable evening, a
Hostesses will be Mrs. W. L their home In the PresbyterianManse. CallstreetWkat delicious salad course was servedto S.OL FLOUR 121k

Andrews, Mrs. Ira Wilson, and .* the following guests: Mrs. Orle ,
Mrs. Willie Johns. Mr. Allen will conduct servicesIn Wiggins, Mrs. L. G. Hemingway,

the church the last Sunday In She Sees, Hears, a..nd Does Mrs. G. A. Gay, Mrs. P. M. Bare- CHIEF I FLOUR 24IbsJ
August. foot, Mrs. Roswell Noegel, Mrs.
Hello folks I Ye editor Monday nigh a good time V. H. Carden, Mrs. A. E. McKInney -

MULLET to thinks his faithful readers might was had by all i even the man Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mrs. SQUAREDEALFLOUR,241fas.57clBACON

I enjoy a few quips and cracks :in the moon?) Jerry Moore, Mrs. Clyde Priest,
The four circles of the ,
BaptistWoman's
3 Pounds 25c about people and things aroundour Mrs. Herbert Durden and her Mrs. Kate Shepherd, Mrs. L. B.

Missionary Society will town "Starke Stuff", as three adorable children( gettingto Alvarez, Mrs T. K, McClane Miss Western Side lb.
meet Monday, August 7. Circle _
SEA TROUTPound It were Oh well, I guess be quite a family, that) ar- Helen Prather, Miss Madge Whig- 1f
will with Mrs.
15c number one meet there's a little bit of Winchell in rived Saturday for a couple of ham, Miss Wilma Alexander, Miss MILK, Any Kind 3 Tall Cans
M. F. Hazen at 3:30: o'clock P. 1&
the best of us and Idle gossip weeks with Dot and S R. Johns Frances Hemingway, Miss Frances -
M.; number two with Mrs. J. L.
SHRIMPPound never did anyone any harm Me thinks Martha: Toney and Elliott, Miss Margaret Lennon Kitchen Matches
Silcox at 3:30: P. M.; number Compound Lard-
(much) looks like I'm nomi- Hazel Moore could give those Red- Miss Dorothy White and Miss
20cALSO three with Mrs. P. M. Barefoot at 2 Packages 5c
Pound 1
nated, so here goes we hope book Magazine cover girls; a run Etholyn White. j ---- -- SYzc
3:30: P. M.; and number four with
you like it for their money what do you Macaroni
Mrs. Van II. Carden at 8 o'clock Mrs. E. Lennon, mother of the Tomatoes

P. M.League. Certainly glad to see the boys thinks Junior Dakin Is socle bride-elect, assisted Mrs. Priestin 2 Packages ______ 5c
all -- Big Can
FRESH WATER FISH .-- home from camp sun- bowler some score I'll entertaining and serving the 5c|
burned and looking more handsome say he's good guests Peas Onions
Union To Meet
FishMarket than ever (ahem-no extra Awful wreck on the lake road No. 2 Can ___
Magnolia ______ 5c :3 Pounds
The Garfleld Evans League Un- charge, boys) Reports of a Sunday you just can't cope NOTICE IOc
ion of the Methodist Church will most enjoyable two weeks, except with a blown-out tire. the
Dill Pickles
meet with the young people of those four days in the sand hills wreckees were lucky to get out All social items for publication Meal

Sturke Thursday, night at 8:00: our boys prefer the bright alive hope that eye doesn't In the Telegraph should be Full Quart ________ 9c 10 Pounds 19c]
o'clock in the Church. All mem- lights of Jax. give you too much trouble, Char- phoned to 29 or 82. or tele-I Salt Grits
to the
bers are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams, lie anyway, it's nice to know Telegraph's office

and A. E. Wall, Jr. back from you got it in the wreck :Mary "'-- -,........ 2 Packages ___ ______ 5c 10 Pounds j 2k

I World Faring and telling mouthwatering McGee In town tother day Potatoes Corn Flakes

stories about their trips cuter than ever Charlie and BUSINESSDIRECTORY 10 Pounds _______ 16c
want to more Package 5CI
August SpecialsAT I making UK go Rosa Mae Burton here for a visit

than ever. Billy's Rose's He returned Monday while
Aquacade Is the biggest hit she stays for two weeks with the Country Roll Butter Blue Rose Rice

the Florida exhibit is a knockout family married life seem to Pound -_- --- 25c.

I "The American Way" (stage be agreeing O. K. Sugar Fancy-Pound 3c I

play with Frederic March) Is At random do station wag- |
Extra
ALEXANDER'SLADIES' I soul-stirring and so on, and ons fascinate everyone as the/ dome The drink 5 Pounds ___ 23c Fancy; -Pound 4t

Ion. Powell Carpenter left Saturday ? saw a nice new school
I afternoon for the Fair and bus the other day should that

I Boston with all expenses paid by make even riding to school a MARKET SPECIALS

SILKDRESSES the Rexall Drug Company pleasure the new armory is everybodykiiows

I We'll say Powell is "faring" beginning to look finished can
I I ty well (pardon the pun), pret-j hardly wait for the big blow-out

I know of no one who the boys will pull off to celebrate :c NECK BONES lb. 5c

more. Its completion Overheard from 5' ,
I
I Dick Williams (uh huh, that's a back seat: "That man drives

Over 200 I his name, girls) is the nicelooking l i:We a. man says a woman FRESH RIDS lb. I2l/it 4c
PickFrom
to : chnp who took Elmo Struth's drives!" Ruth Sternberg COCA-COLA BOT. CO. ,
place while Elmo was bivouacking credits Scootte Andrews Duke

(whatever that is) Dick with that one I wouldn't be WE ARE Fancy Western Steaks .
I returned to his home in Hawthorne surprised for Scootie is a real wit PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS -- -

this week was that a her recent visit pepped everybody -

Sizes 14 52' I sigh I heard? Marjorie Stump up sorry she and Glen
to
all a-flutter last! Friday had to return to Miami So CARPENTER'S GET OUR PRICES

ing to spend the leav-I long See you next week The Rexall Store
A value Crystal River with three Talla-I
regular $2.00

hnHsee schoolmates -- -- -- .
tally Marjorie has set a Inclden-I)

cord for changing plans

98cFor winter must be nice to be
able to know you can do so many

things Mrs. H. C. Wall in

town, looking very lovely .
Tallahassee sure seems to agree thANNIVERSAR

Men Who Demand The Best with Starkeltes who make the

grade .
I Little Margaret Lowry all

Endicott Johnson grown up now (you'll hardly I
II
know her) is visiting Jean Davis II I

down on Call St there II''I

SHOES go those two demurely long- I' We take pride in the
'",'. fact that
haired young ladies, Merry Beth i we are now celebrating our seventh

nod' Knight and Wanda Pearce : year in the laundry and dry cleaning business in Starke. We feel that

Brogue Style Tan Oxfords: pretty as two pictures we have made a success where
many others have failed and realize that
,
On Sale
*; for .
Speaking of tonga don't you this could
I
not have been
love "Sunrise Serenade"? possible without the fine support we have received

u A$2.50 value such an exhilarating melody < ft* from the public during the past seven years. For this reason, we wish to
and romantic these moonlight i express sincere
our
so appreciation to
our customers, and wish to dedicate
nights even when boomed out ;: ourselves
$1.98 anew to the task of
offering satisfactory service at reasonable
by the Kingsley Beach jook i .'
organ / prices

CHILDRENS DRESSES 49c Speaking of pictures those ',"

Sizes 1 to 11 Assorted Patterns of the airplane crash at Keystone t. During the
years- past
seven
during army maneuvers last week li\/: ,: years We have steadily advanced until now our
25 50 were taken by our editor who Insists plant can boast of an $8,000 investment in the
to percent discount on all White most modern and efficient
it was the only time he was : dry cleaning and laundry
Shoes for men, women and children ever "In the right place at the I} .'" workers-more machinery On the market. We employ eleven

Don't until right time" be that as it may, i perhaps, than any other business in Starke. Naturally.
buy what s' .
have
you see we they were ultra-dramatic shots : the value of our weekly payroll to the
i community can be understood.
easily
,. We will save you money and you can have all our air- 1;' 11.
plane rides at least for a ''iJ
couple of months In spite of outside competition, business
You are cordially invited to attend exhibition ,: our has grown and prospered
an of Kingsley pie ring such a through good times and bad because
a substantial
dazzling array of beach togs this & realize majority of our citizens
the
THE NEWEST FABRICSfor ; good, old <
summer anything goes, it .- .: common sense idea of "trading at home." They

seems except on Call St., realize, too, that our establishment, aside from
SUITS being
TOPCOATS AND FORMALWEAR ...,:: / private business
where a mandamus (or sumpln) ; enterprise, performs a valuable service
tO the
.. has been Issued shorts I : : community. Traveling men
.. against I and tourists will
not
... J. O. Alvarez and his petite t .:.. stop in a tOWn where they cannot get overnight
*l In brunet of a wife arrived the first -' laundry service, and this same service attracts
charge of many visitors from summer -
of August to spend a while with :'z camps, etc.

B. E. Hatfield & Sid Liberman his mother, Mrs. Bence, at her '. .,'
'
lake cottage Mrs. Geo. Bennett {. i
We

:. of THE GLOBE TAILORING COMPANYCincinnati I to Jax(Murla after Weeks a week) has at the returned I ,J: stand and bring appreciate these facts our to position your attention in the so that you might better under- ,

Murla gets more lake I i, County We are proud of community life of Bradford

( I.the years go by. :: that your continued our record during the past seven years, and feel

Dot Bishop bad a birthday Tuesday patronage will be your method of showing us that
WHO WILL KE AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT ON must be nice to be young you do realize our worth, and appreciate the bit
i We have done toward
,
enough to have birthdays in the making Starke a modern little

August 9th and 10th open congratulations Dot! ale city

quite a crowd at Pope's Saturday I I

i -Satisfaction GuaranteedALEXANJDER&C night everybody have a grand Sincerely,
-
time doing the same old I '.
.
things, but seeming to enjoy it
] O. immensely gorgeous moon- STARKE DRY CLEANERSJUNIUS

light this week or hadn't you

STARKE, FLA. B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr. noticed well, don't admit it M. SMITH. Owner
for that's a sure sign of old age I I

heard of one moonlight picnic I '.
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I ,!i n'Gl'ST 4, 1930 BKAUFOnU COUNTY TF.LRdKAPH, ,\I'KE.: FLORIDA PAGE Jo"lVEF :
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;i'i'I' BITS of LOCAL I I Mrs G. C. Livingston of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown of Members of the Woodman I Mr. and Mrs. John Whlttornore

Y ,I NEWSnO I Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs E. S. Richmond. Va., were guests Wednesday Circle and Woodman Juniors are are occupying an apartment at

Iir Ii I Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. I of Mr. and Mra Russell urged by Mrs. L. S. Ilutto Secre- the home of Mr.. and Mrs S. R.
to,}. I Eugene L. Matthews at Kingsley McRae. They were en route home tary to have dues to her by Sat-
spent Miss Edna Pearce Johns, Sr. They have spent the
of Miami
i; .J I Griffls is Mrs. G. L. Patten of Tallahassee Lake. after attending the funeral of Mr. urday. August 5 .at the very latest -
\\j ij \lr.I"' K90nville. the guest of her mother Mrs. arrived Tuesday to spend this I Brown's mother in Miami. as books must be closed and past several weeks in Gainesville
atC ay) I -- Bertha Pearce and sisters week with her mother, Mrs E. B.I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCall of remittances made after that date. where Mr. Whittemore attended
: Summer school at the Universityof
;; f" i,<""I K of Bartow is Canova. Jasper were week-end guests of Mrs. Barbara Conway of Jack- I Florida.
ihtrllln! WlSf ,;nvle Sewell. O. W. White, Q. C. Cheshire aid Mr. McCall's brother-in-law and sonville, Mrs. T. E. Strange of Ralph Storey returned Sunday
,.i It 11 --- son George Cheshire, were visit- Mr. and 1Irs.V.. H. Hart attended I sister, :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. New- Palatka and Mrs. J. A. Cunningham after enjoying a three-week vaca-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton and
L. Mat- ors In Lake City Wednesday. the Hart Furniture Store
Mn Eugene some. of Sanford are guests of tion with his parents Mr. and
j anD In picnic In Green Cove daughters, Misses Martha Ann
Sued<<\' afternoon Springs, their slater Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Mrs. W. A. Storey in Fort Meade.
:, spen Miss Marjorie Stump spent the Thursday Mrs F. W. Varnedoe returnedto and Betty, and Mr. and Mrs.
V ) Jnillle. at Kingsley Lake. and with friends In Lakeland and I
"
J -- week-end at Crystal River as the her home in Palatka after Tampa. Mr. Storey in an Charles burton, all of Rome Ga.,
'j. Varnedol' of Palatka was guest of Miss Margaret Hudson. Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson- spedlng a few days here with ployee of the City Barber Shop.em-I arrived Sunday for a visit with
McDowellof
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
ville is Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson. The
Mr. and Mrs. the guest of her grand-
\ sundS'It' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
t Mrs. E. C. Croft and Mrs. Edith parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith. Jacksonville were dinner guestsof two men returned to Rome Mon
sJnlth. Beverly of Tampa were guests fin. Gl'lf-1 ,/ Mr. and Mrs John Uglow; last Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and day while the others remainedfor
"j -- Wednesday the occuslrtn being children are visiting relatives In a longer visit. Mrs. Charles
lack Sunday of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Mrs.Perry and Miss
Fug-ate
Wa"fmsJreturneit
Mrs
a Mona Claire Marshburn of I I Mrs. Uglow's birthday anniversary Griffin and other points In Geor- Burton will also be the guest of
rom Katie Fugate of Jacksonville were
| YoikClty. Mr and Mrs. C. F. Ward are Tallahassee is the guest of her' guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. gia. They were accompanied to her father J. B. Rowe, and her
New Griffin Jane and Sue
by Betty
n -.- visiting friends and relatives in grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman I' F. Colley and Miss Virginia sisters, Misses Ruth and Edith
Mrs. A. A. Johns of FrostproofIs Hurkea. who spent five weeks here Rowe.
'. M. Brownlee moved the Carterville, Marietta. and Atlanta, ,Ii. Fugate. the house guest of Mrs, L. A. at the Weldon home.
week to their summer Ga. I several weeks. Sun-
Rennolds for '
this ---.-----
Marjorie Sue Middle ton of Jacksonville
The Rev. and Mrs Frank Rob-
Klngslev Lake day Mrs Rennolda and Mrs. John.wel'e Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee
n
Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Baconton. j is the guest'of her grandparents inson and son Frank III, are en- Monogrammed personal stationery -
Pettitin and and their
guests of Mrs. A. M. daughter Madge,
E "Cample! >t High Springs Ga., Mrs. D. C. Forehand and I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- joying a vacation in St. Petersburg Gainesville.Miss !guests the Rev. and Mrs M. C. I at the Bradford County Tele-

ding wvera days here this daughter Peggy, and Gladys dleton. and other points in South Stith and three sons, of Washington graph.
Pace of Ga.. returned -
Ith i Mrs oampler. Albany Florida. Elliot Calhoun of Greenwood D. C.. and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee -
C Saturday to their respective Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. McLendonof
Brunswick homes after visit herewith Jacksonville were guests Sun Middleton and S. C., returned Monday to are spending a while at Kings-
Middleton of enjoying a Mrs. W. E. granddaughter Luke in the Darby cottage Cent-a-Word
ley
this week of Dr Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and day of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Marjorie Sue, Miss her home after spending a few
IC IC'C I the W P"esl E Mlddleton. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. worthy.Mr. Madge Middleton and Mrs. E. L. days last week as the guest of
ICC I.i Matthews spent Monday in Jack her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long spent Sunday In

III i iiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiimii''' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHiuu iiiiiiiliiiniiniiuiiiiiiu'' ue" in I4IaHALL'S "i and Mrs. E. Lawson and sonville.Mr. W. P. Smith. Tampa with his brother. Comer WANTKD TO BUY cows and
C ; children of Auburndale were recent Long, who Is confined at Cook's hoga. Market prices paid on all

RESTAURANTPlenty j guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and.)Mrs.! Randolph Boree Mrs. K. R. Struth and son, Hospital following a major opera- grades J, D. ODOM box 247,
Lawson. and friends of Jacksonville were Roddy, have returned to their tion. Friends of Mr. Long will Starke,. Fla. 3-31-lyr.p

C I ______________ afternoon of Mrs. home here after spending the past be glad to learn that he la greatly
I guests Sunday FOR SALE
Parking Room I Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hart spent Boree's parents, Mr. and Mrs G. two weeks In DeLand with Mrs. Improved. missionary- Improved variety
strawberry plants,
Saturday and Sunday at Jacksonville H. Bennett. Struth's parents, Mr. and Mra. J. -
Beach with Mr. and !Irs.J. H Tatum Mrs W. P. Smith W. P. Smith, 1.25 per thousand. Cheaper by
I I Jr., and their house guests, :Mr.: bed.--M. R. Judd. 5-19 26tp
i I M. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Curtis of
C ring the family and enjoy a Southern (. Mrs. Roy L. Dial returned Sun and Mr.. F. 'V. Varnedoe of
Atlanta), Ga., were guests Satur- FOR SALE -- Missionary Strawberry -
| Mrs. Nellie Hlers of Lakeland day to her home In Albany, Ga., Pnlntka, and Miss Elliot Calhounof
and of Mr. Curtis'
day Sunday Plants. See MI-H. W. A
style fried chicken dinner i| 'wan the guest Sunday of Mr. and II brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and after enjoying a short stay hereas Greenwood, S. C., visited the Stern at Stern's Ga r a g e ,

t I! Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. G. Halle. the guest of her brother and Marine Studio near St. Augustine I Starke. 8-4 2t
W. B. Mundy. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sunday afternoon. I

PLATE LUNCH WITH CHICKEN j I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wallace Halle. LOST-six
keys on a circular,
t | ; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cassie of I
Merrill Futch left
Sunday for and two children Martha and metal key-ring. Believe lost
35c I IREl Fort and will Mr. and Mrs J. I. Ogden and New Orleans were guests of G.
| Screven Georgia, Sunday
Edna, of Miami were guests uptown Saturday. Joe Roust,
M. Sistrunk and Mr. and lo..-..
and Misses Barbara und C.
train with the R. O. T. C. there and Monday of the Rev. and son, Lee Reno.
lip
c I of Pompano were A. Futrh Sunday until Thurs lay
[ ( 'L \1t DINNER, PLENTY VEGETABLES *I I for two weeks. Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot. Mary Clyatt.
guests Sunday and Monday of of this week Older residents l of
"
I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Howling en Starke will remember Mr. andMrs FOR RENT -- Furnished apart'ment. -
50c : Alexander Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand ) .
See Mrs. J, W. Morgan
/ ( when lived,
fiiHM heieand
t Miss Wilma Alexander, and Mrs. children of Jacksonville en route to Hen at Morgan's Store Starke. It
i opcuued,. I a dry Roods store!! on
Shumaker spent last Wednesday route to St. Petersburg were
TRY ONE or OUR WESTERN JUICY STEAK: j I ((1n Jacksonville. guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Wilson, Mr. I the site of tho present W. P A.
and sewing,; i room 28 yearn nfeo 'i uey BUY YOUR KLECTROLUX<:
PLATES : G. A. Anderson. and Mrs S. T. Dell, Sr.,
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent __ daughter Miss Olive Dell and were en ionic to St. Petersburg Home Cleaner and air purefler

25c ; last week-end in Tampa and Sar- Mr. and Mrs Vernon Rowe of Mrs. J. Krownlee attended the (Monday Vi" and Mrs Futch, from Joe Wainwright Phone
Mack Futch and their gut:: : 11 r: were 102 for demonstration. Liberal
E.JEGt I asota where Col. Knight has busi- Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. O. Hague-Palmer wedding In Alachua I
In Lake City ns Interested observers trade-In allowance for old
'L.\R DINNER, VEGETABLES BIG STEAK ness Interests. F. Howell of Olustee were guests Friday night. your
I of tobacco auction rot; cleaner Itp
Sunday of J. B. Rowe and Misses
POT TOES AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS: : i Mrs. H. H. Young and Theodore Ruth and Edith Rowe. I Mrs L. D. Vining will leave -

I Young: moved this week into one Sunday for Dublin Ga., to visit

50c !! of the Hamrick apartments on Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. C. W. relatives. She will be
; accom-I
i South Walnut St. Chalker, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Miss panied by her house
STEAMING HOT ROLLS I Gayle Sewell and guest Miss Margaret Holland /and Mlsa Elizabeth Tip Top GroceryAND

i i Miss Elizabeth Joiner of Cedar- Martha Long of Bartow, spent Joiner of Cedartown, Ga
[SO DELICIOUS SANDWICHES-SERVED WITH town Ga, Is the guest of her I Tuesday' In Jacksonville.Mr. .

POTATO CHIPS brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I I Mr. and Mrs James Smith and

Mrs. L. D. Vining. i: and Mrs. A. A. McDonald son, James Jr., anal daughter MARKETMEET
\\-'D DELICIOUS HOME: MADE PIES f of Mamlerine spent the week-end Marjorie, of Daytona Beach and
' :" I Miss Addle Balsden of Jacksonville -i as guests of Mr. arid Mrs A. A. Tolbert Black of Mncclenny were YOUR FRIENDS AT TIP TOP
I !I spent the week-end with II i iI Durden. Mrs. Durden and Mrs. guests Sunday 'afternoon of Mr.

k ti ti1m ; I I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Duford and I Ii McDonald are first cousins. and Mrs. T. N. Kendilck
HALL'S ON BERRY MARKET P i JMrs. Letle Sttlley Lettuce or Carrots 2 for 15c

I Mrs. Truby Hazcn and daughter Mrs. II. U. Garden. Mr. and Mrs ,
I I. P Shepherd Jr., relief agent Betty Jean have returned to J. H Garden bliss Annie Kate

: for the Express: Company Is the their home In Washington, D. C. Laramore, and Mrs. A. It. Had- I Beautiful Bananas 4 Ibs. 15c
I guest of his parents Mr. and While here they were guests of ford all of Dawson Georgia were I ,
NAT SEZ: Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen. guests Monday through Wednesday -
I of Mr. and Mrs Van H Car- i
1 ;V My goodiires, how time doth fly.Only I MI'''. J M. Mitchell and Miss Betty Briggs has returned to den. Brookfield Butter Pound 30c

i ; a few days ago it was Lucile Mitchell have returned to her home In Jacksonville after I ----- -- ,

C'luNtma and here It Is August their home after spending the past enjoying a few days at Kingsley Mr. and Mra. Robert Klncald

,: In fact It got here HO quick thiayear I week In Jacksonville Lake with her uncle and aunt, I' and son, Hudson and daughter. I Brookfield Cheese Pound 19c
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Miss Margaret Kincald of Ban ,
some of the merchants didn't I Miss Jo Windham and Miss Antonio, Texas were guests Friday -'i

ha\e time to get their July Clearance Clay Bryant of Reynolds, Ga., Mr. and Mrs A. I. Spencer and night of Mr. and Mrs. S. n.1 Sf IFT'S PICF.MIUM! !
Sale Signs off I was afraid were guests Saturday of Mr. and daughter, Alice and Miss Katie Johns Sr., en route to West Palm SUGAR
Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mrs. of Jacksonville and Miss
Fugate, Beach
I might get caught tic mime way MILK a
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I
Virginia Fugate spent Saturdayand
I called mine Summer Clearance 5 Ibs. 23c 5c
> 100 J. M. Brownlee spent the Sunday at the Klckliter placeon Mr. and Mra. diaries Burton I TALL CAN 1
i that takes In August\ too. week-end In Gainesville with her Ilngsley"Luke.. of Rome, Ga., were week-end I
Don't have' to change; the feign son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and guests of Mrs. Burton's father, J, '
I Mrs. Milton Brownlee. Mrs. J. H. Lord left Wednesdayfor B. Rowe, and sisters, Misses Ruth Best White Bacon Pound 7'/c'

.J I a two weeks' visit with friends and Edith Rowe. Mrs. Burton ,
:
M- Mrs. W. S. Stroman is spending and relatives in Flint, Mich. From remained for a longer visit with
I(I several weeks in Jacksonville with there she will go to Fenton Mich her father.
Lose your heart to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. for a four weeks stay with relatives JEWEL\ LARD Pound 9c

. I I and Mrs. James Godbold.. Friends here will be Interestedto ,

. R I know that Charles Larsen Jr., TOILET SOAP S liar UKKIIUOV S liar.
', I Miss Virginia Williams of Staten Mrs. B. Jacobs Is spending this recently passed the State Medical LUX 20c
SOAP
20c
I _
;i Island N. Y.. arrived Sunday week In Jacksonville with her examination In Jacksonville and
; I to spend a vacation here with Mr. daughter Mrs Clarence Nuss- he and Mrs Larsen have gone to
Th and Mrs. A. B. Williams. baum, who has recently returned Cleveland Ohio, where he will In- SPRY, 3 Ibs. 5Sc LUX, 2 Boxes 19c

f r. from 8t Vincent's Hospital following terne In St. Luke's Hospital. Dr.

< __ A- k ). Dick Williams of Hawthorne Is an operation. Friends of Larsen has often visited in Starke All Brands Bread & Rolls 3 for 25c
I the guest of his brother and sis Mrs. Nussbaum will be glad to and la a nephew of Mrs D. E. ,
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack learn that she la continuing to im- Knight. lie is the son of Mr and

his luscious pinky beigeS Williams at Kingsley Lake. prove. Mra. Charles Larsen of Lakeland. j MEAL RICE

entrancing with pastel, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Nollman. 5 Ibs. lOc 5 Ibs. .17c

white or blackbyHOLEPROOF 2-1 Mrs. W. F Swinyer and Miss
Marie Hamrick left Wednesdayfor COOKING OIL l'nUI 8 For

Highlands North Carolina Gallon 69c Toilet Paper .. ._ lOc

1 Here"' subtle r %-1 Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane and
, flattery for every frock In ; Bradford County Pure LARD Can $3.75
cur spring, and summer wardrobe-from V f children of Jacksonville were ,

"r'phisticaledbiackanddorkcolontocharm'panels' and white.This delightFul pinky- 7s A.guests Z. Adkins Sunday at of Kingsley Judge and Lake.Mrs. "The Dependable Store' Est. 1894 KITCHEN MATCHES, 2 For

"W bv
"el'\ ioleproofaddt'olorl In sheer life cleor' and chiffon freshness %s'' Mrs. W. B. Mundy will spend I PRCIEOn MYLES SALT 5
light service., or aJ this week-end In Tallahassee a. % 2 Boxes C

the guest of her brotherinlawand _
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Guy SAFETY MATCHES Package

Sk ,t Sale. MEN'S SUMMER .
C
1 T d S Y Hats and Pants '

'' 4 ( 3 tt, 8.t' / be Friends glad after to of learn E being J that Dowling confined he Is will Improving to- ,, Table Peaches, No 2j/%/ Can 13c




t: Quality' Doubly C.rW.r nese.- --- ICED COFFEE OR TEA. -

fi.d knoinoand b/ Good*.H B.,tt i.-rFabrlaiOTtlna Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson have --
J'/I//llJfIIllflP/ // 1
Bureau returned to their home here after
k spending the past several weeksat Red Top Coffee, 15c Gold Top Coffee 18c

the summer home on Kingsley TIP TOP VAC. TIP TOP !

79c Lake. returned SEE THESE Coffee, lb. 20c Tea, Pkg. lOc
$1.00TERNBERC'f Miss Evelyn Stump

Thursday after spending the past BARGAINS
several weeks at William and

Mary College In WUliamsbur. ?
Va., where she attended summer WHILE THEY Sugar 6 Pounds 20c
school. Before returning borne
Miss Stump_ visited relative In I LAST
New York and stanton. Va. While

in view York she attended the I t Remember 50 percent off WITH $1.50 GROCERY ORDERJi
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLOIUJA/ Jl'Jun.\\ t1
PAGE SIX
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I FARMERS' SECTIONHINTS New Method FoundTo I LIVE STATE NEWS I, 1).1.,..... lIIe" T n A Oem r si

Aid Cattlemen Lots 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 12, ('
-- -. 14, 1C, 18, 17, 18, 19,
20: 21, 22 of Blk 7. .
I 1- 1248 REGISTERED HE GOT ACTION City Park Sub-DIv ., '
The Bureau ol
Washington,- AV & C's Addition to .
FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Entomology Department of Agriculture -I Galnesvllle-University of FlorIda Titusville, H S. Thompson, Starke __..__________28 8 U W. B, M ,

COMMON SENSE. I has Just advised Congressman officials report a registration grocer, decided something had to Lot 1, 2, 3, 5 of Blk B, .' .
session of be done about accounts carried for City Park flub Dlv I
second
of for the
Lex Green that the department 1,248 \V & C'. Addition to

I has no-,funds to combat summer school. Richard Johnson months on his books with nothing Starke _____________28 8 n W
FLORIDA B
TRIED CHICKEN POINTERSOf DAIRYING IN solution Blk 9 Oaakln Add __29 6 aa t'r,
screw worms but that dipenyla- assistant registrar, said 1,35 paid on them His was 4 Unkn'" ,;

all the productions of the Progress made by the dairy Industry mine Is an effective preventative students were registered In the to post a large sign in the store Com SW>at 4 of NW NEST Cor& runS of

American kitchen one of the In Florida during the las Recently Green urged the depart- second term last year.. reading "Inactive accounts long 210 ft. E 728 ft, N

most generally appreciated Is I 10 years Is very encouraging. It ment to again co-operate for past due" with a notation that of 210 beg ft,-W 3Vi 728 A ft__to__pt__29 4 J.

chicken, fried a crisp brown and is estimated that milk production screw worm control and has today SLAP MY BACK names and amounts would be NEVi of SEVi of NEVi 29 f *2 10 Mv, : ',

heaped high on the platter..Since in the decade has increased 350 received the following response Miami,-A hearty slap on the posted later. The results, he said, W 105 ft of Lot 3 & all .. Henry (c Lt, .

now in the midst of the percent, largely because of Improvement from the department. back meant more than friendshiphere was ,a collection boom that madeaddl Lot 4, 6. 6 on 8 aide
we are
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of NEVi of NEVi 6 22
of animals The experienced ons to the sign unnecessary. 5 CorlPv' ,
"drumstick and wishbone" season In the class "Asknowledgement Is made of recently. city E>4 of NE' of NE'i ex i

now Is a good time to check up on dairy market milk, and family your communication relative to one of Its worst mosquito 4> fAN of Ry ______31SW'i 8 18 W. H. N, ,'

on the art of chicken frying. farms. No longer does Florida screw worm infestations which invasions in years and citizens SEEK: : REINSTATEMENT of NEU less right ,r

Nearly every cook has her own import the vast quantities of fluid have developed In the herd of Mr. cooperated In protecting each Jacksonville Friends of 40 NEVi of way ex10AonS& SE% of "

special way of frying chicken, buta milk that she did 10 and 15 year Jack Lowman of Raleigh and In other from the pests. Duval county teachers who were side ____________-___31 i ,. ", '_ 6f B. C Hr.iv 1 ,

for I other of Levy County also .--- not the Board of Com at apt 205ftE .. 1 "' t
few suggestions improvingthese parts ; reappointed by .
ago.Among contributing i at NW Cor of W% of .. -,,
the factors KILLED KV SHOCK
be out of that all assistance the 1939-40 ..
methods may not urging possiblebe Public Instruction for NWVi of I FEV4\ &: run
order It might be pointed out to Improvements are the Florida i accorded by the governmentfor Winter Haven Annetta Jean term have launched efforts for E 160 ft ,S 250 ft, W ,e. .,
and Guernsey Cattle Clubs I months old daughter I 160 ft, N 250 ft to '
that the first and most important Jersey the control of this peat Rutledge, seven their re-instatement.. The board beg _______-_______32 6 23 +-1 Fred .
the last two Harold Rut- All.
within
organized or of Mr. and Mrs ;
thing to check Is temperature. For "No funds are available to. this announced no reason for falling to 2V4 A In NE Cor of S}& .
three year Since their Inception ledge, died enroute to a hospital of SEVi of SWVi __33 6 22 '
chicken, heat should be moderate bureau to be used in the conductof reappoint the 40 teachers but 3 Vasco M
they have been working for Im- from the results of an electric I Com 480 ft N from PW ,
the That's so friends of the teachers said the
throughout frying. campaign against screw
a Cor of of
NWVi SEVi I
in dairy cattle. and shock received when she came In .,. '
provement
,
the meat will cook to tender and worms such aa carried out a few action was taken because of their &: run E 390 ft for a "
each held a state sale at with exposed wire at ,
recently contact an teachers pt of beg, thence run
juicy doncness. which a number of excellent years ago. In the previous con her home here. activity in behalf of a Era ft, 8 210 ft W ,
A favorite method of frying trol campaign It was our objectto tenure bill for Duval county pass- 210 ft, thence 14 a-
animals of the breed were purchased .--- hont
85 ft to road,
chicken the country over is in a by Florida dairy farmers. so familiarize the livestock AIR TRAVEL INCREASES. : ed by the 1939 State LegislatureBut thence along E ..Ide'of '
skillet in shallow fat. For this( owners with control procedure vetoed by Governor Cone. The road to pt of beg-32 6 22 BelleHCK
Also the associations have fostered Miami Summer travel on PanAmerlcan' <
there must be plenty of well- that they would be able to successfully ,- board had sought passage of a different Lot 1 of Blk 5, Lincoln 1))
continuation of Bang's disease i big clippers increasedin City __________32 5 22 Unknown"Wm
half Inch or more combat outbreaks of this measure.
fat an
flavored i
testing and the permanent establishment -I June to 5,361 passengers-an Lots 6, 7 of Elk 5 Lincoln -
in the pan. The fat should be of the State Milk Con- pest. Benzol and pine tar oil Increase of 1,861 over June 1938. --'p City __.-_______82 5 22 Jcl.. ,1]
not the smoking point, were also furnished free during Lot 3 of Blk 6 Lincoln+
hot but to trol Board. On 1,090 nights to both coasts of CONVICTS RECAPTURED i City ________________32 6 13 Ella Wlllir
before the pieces of chicken are this campaign. No governmentowned West Inlea TallahasseeSheriffs forces Lot 2,3. 4 of Blk 7 "
In. They have conducted field days supplies of these materialsare South America the Lincoln City ______32 6 22 Rhetta .
put and parish shows at which and Central America Pan American shot the tires off a beer truck Lot 1 of Blk 8 Lincoln Cum ,'sr i

Naturally, thickest pieces of dairymen have been enabled to now on hand but we under- flying boats traveled a total early Saturday and captured Joe City ?______________82 6 22 Ed J.. Jour,, '
stand local dealers stock Com at apt 105ftS I
that
are -
chicken should be started first. Allow learn more about how to select of 256,000 miles during 1,933 Williams, last of seven convicts of Nw Cor of NW'M /

enough apace around each I good animals and how to feet ing them so that they are readily hours aloft. who escaped from a Munson Fla., NWVi &: run 8 555
available to livestock owners. i 'I ft. E 625 ft, N 665 ft,
to let the fat come up .
Earlier
piece and manage them. Judging con- prison camp Thursday. W 625 ft to pt of beg 83 0 22 Mrs. Annie
around the edges. Partly cover tests have stimulated interest. "This bureau has continued Its ROAD NOW OPEN local police had captured Leon S'4! of NWVi\ of NWVi ..t F Yarrlt 1

the pan- -enough to keep the fat Pasture and feed developmentIn research work on the screw worm Macclenny-Road 49 from Ral- Cowart who escaped with Williams Alpo 80 ft W beg of at Ry S&: line runS

from spattering, but to allow the recent years in Florida has and aa a partial result of this ford to Macclenny was opened to and who allegedly had robber 15 degree W 280

steam to escape at the same time. work has developed a new treat- trucks a commissary at Blackmon ft. thence W 15 de- "
been almost phenomenal. Many cars and light WednesdayIt grass N to W line of
Turn the chicken when It Is brown. dairymen who were operating on ment which is proving distinctly was stated at the courthouse Fla., Cowart rode into Andalusia W: <>P 33, thenr N to

Keep the heat moderate throughout high priced lands near cities have better than the one advocated Thursday morning. The new on a fruit truck. Five of the NW Cor of SW'i of

the frying and take pieces out ,obtained more suitable and cheaper heretofore. It consists of the use road, of In-place-mtx construction, seven escapes were captured Fri- NWVi beg -,__thence________E____to_33 6 22 ; 28 The Amen t > -, ,
of the frying pan as soon as they : lands farther out, and have put of diphenylamine n the wound to will be open to loaded trucks, day by Sheriff Tom Head and .All 8E!i of SEVi! E of >? ': 111
The methodof road __________._____si 8 22 To Mike Dew
are done. In permanent pasture grasses! and prevent screwworms. bussess and heavy traffic in a few I deputies after a sensational chase. All SE% of SEVi W of ,

Allow a 20 to 25-mlnute frying fertilized them. Clovers are now using this material and sources months It was stated. Comple- Langford said all had been turned road --lick _____ .33 8 22 20 Joe Noeg.' l ,I
Lot 2 of 2. J.,if.
time for thickest pieces of a 3- found on many dairy farms, and from which it may be obtainedare tion of Road 49 gives people of over to Florida authorities. Johns Sub Dlv of

pound chicken. That's the weightof provide cheap winter grazing of set forth In our mimeographedcircular I this section another paved outlet NEVi\ of NE'4 ---___33 6 22 1 Mrs. Fannl '. \'art t
5 A "q In PE Cor of
a chicken, market dres the[ best quality. Weeds are'mowed No. 481. up to State Road No. 1 to Jack- NBVi of PE'i ______34 822 5
'- ON TO PITfS (;'ROJacksonvll1e D. D. Wood ,nI,I
plucked but not drawn, and ed'i) on pastures to give grasses a .--- sonville and points north and SWVi' of NW>4 ___35 8 22 40 Bertha MpW ,
I
head and feet still on. chance to grow.Improved ITCHING FROM: RKDHUO: east. ,- The completionof f 1ffTO .W-" 8 22 20 E. E. Let
final for "monster Onto
plans a ,
ATTACK IS RESULT OF
varletleso f sorphums / .-. N\Vy. _.,, 35 0 9
When a number of chickens are movement of at ------------ 22 N. M. Bradl-x
Plttsburg"
POISON, TISSOT SAYS 1 tract 1050 ft N &: S
fried at one time, and skillet space and forage canes are producing STOCKMEN JCIIILANT east 75 young Democrats from allover hv 210ftEAW/ In

Is limited, or where the birds are larger yields and cheaper cow Arcadia,-Success of the Arcadia Florida was announced last NH Cor of NW% of
feed. Silage are more When redbugs bite they injecta State Livestock Market since WW 85 6' 22 6 Cal GIlss.." t
rather large, some cooks like to crops material into their week by Robert M. Avent, state w A-; r-Zw"ij86;
abundant and of wider variety. poisonous Its recent opening is little shortof or ___
finish the chicken in a moderateoven president of the organization. The NW'4 6. 22 10 Mrs. Sarah H
victims and this material accordIng NW4! of
Herd associations phenomlnal. With five sales NE'4 less 6 A
((300 d. F.). Take the well improvement to Dr. A. N. Tissot, State Experiment Florida group which will stage a In NE Cor .._ ______ 3 'l 22 35 T. J. Aldert
browned pieces from the skillet are more common now than ever recorded during the period from drive to secure the 1941 National N 25 A of NW' nf

and put them on a rack in a pan. before in Florida. Through these, Station entomologist, Is May 31 to July 11, farmers and S""'iPX SA H of road 3 7 22 22 Willie King t
Convention of Democratic H4> of
the cause of excessive Itching Young SKH of SW 4 -- 3 '7 22 20 Mr. Cornelia/ > 'irlffli t
Cover and continue cooking in dairymen are having their cows cattlemen of the area served by Clubs of America for Miami will N4 of XE'i .._ __.4 'l 22 8Mrs.. A. A'"' 1,01 I
tested for and ellmmnatlng which follows their attacks. the market have NJ4 of NRV, of NE
the oven until there Is no pink production are pocketed an *
meet In Jacksonville of'l
Tuesday, NEH ex W 1 A _.
22 4 T. J. Ald-rr
the The puncture made by a redbug of $7,288 a sale. Cattle-
next to the bones. Remove the unprofitable ones. average August 8, where they will board Del 210.ft E of NW
cover about the last 15 minutesof They are now In a much better l s slmillar to the sting of a been men were wildly enthusiastic following Cor of Ntvt4 of NEU'

cooking to dry the brown position to carry on a constructive that both are characterized by the last sale. Some were a conditioned special Seaboard train for Railway the 1939 convention air-- &ft:,run N 219lft/ ,W E 420 420

trust. breeding program. a poison that Is injected, the ento- offered 6c for calves and they ft to bp ir __ 5 'l 22' :2 Susie Mill.. t

'p Leading dairymen also,are planning mologist pointed out. said "No" and through the market city.ENGINE 5 A of In NW Sr' '4: Con ex of"pEU 1 A': In

Rubber ahead to avoid a summer Other facts brough out by Dr. sale they received $6.75. Farmers XBTC also A "0 :

stamps, stapling mach- surplus of milk---managing//; their Tlsllot about this common woods who turned down offers of $4.- HITS TRACTOR N&14Nof&EV: by 875 ft ,
ines
at the
Bradford Telegraph : adjoining -
County -
cows so. that production is high pest of Florida include the following 25 for cows at pens, realized $4.95 Raiford -- An Atlantic CoastLine 5 A described

during the winter months when : through the sale. One cattleman locomotive and a heavy trac- 6 A above In SPCorofNEj' g 'l 22 8 Marshall

!s consumption Is up. and Is lower In Redbugs do not burrow under reported that he got $683.00 more tor were badly damaged when a of NW'4 beIng .64-%

summer when consumption is for his steers here than he sold south-bound passeng e r train 3-4 ft E &: W by &
often attach
MALARIAVila the skin, but they ft N& R 60'l
,
greatly curtailed. They breed themselves to the hair follicles. for last year same grade and condition struck the tractor at a grade Lot 14 nr NWt%pt cEi4 23 S Marshall J.i

1 daro and relleteIls"4i7w71" their animals to freshen in the The Is not an insect. It crossing 15 miles north of here of of 1 'l 22 iO Oscar Ost.: t
redbug W% NW
COLDS fall feed well the winter Saturday. A who k of NEB
during belongs to the Arachnid or spider Negro was driv- cx 2 A on N end ex

doer l)r"p" ",.011"001" fleet tlnr and depend more on pastures and family and it sucks the blood of to other woods. When a farm ing the tractor leaped to safety. i NE'fly of 1 7 22 18 Mary Juhi I

Try "Itub-My-Tlim" n Uonclerful roughage during the summer. Also III victim. It is a mite. Adult red- forest is adjacent to range that is The engineer and fireman on the I of SE'NE4&NWy. &: SEy3 of

Liniment they turn their cows dry whennl'CeSsRI'y harmless burned locomotive also escaped injury SE% --- ---- --ID T II 120 L. n. Alexu n 1I
bugs> with eight legs, are methodically every year, a
to. rebuild their flesh and none of the 1944 I of NEtl of SEy. _.10 7 23 20 L. B, Alexa': I
but the larvae, which have fire line should be established be- passengers were $'Wy of SEy. _____ 10 1 40 L. B. Alexn' i
THE .?n. P.otzclah and put them In good conditionfor only six legs, cause all the tween the two tracts. Burning a hurt. The engine was not derailed I 1 NI of NEL & NE'4 of 22
:
calving later. Man Is only an trouble'j' strip about 100 feet wide will but was so badly damaged that &-WLj: SE'S1V'sotNE44; & SIoJ- --of SW\iI_ll 860 L. B. Alexn. 1..
the ------- 'l 22
Florida dairymen have graspeda of the redbug; Its serve the purpose, If It is kept train was held up while another & R"-4!
number of aide in the of locomotive of SE'' :" of N\V% -11 50 L. B. Alexai I
way are snakes, turtles and other small free of vegetation. This burning i was sent to the Si:", of XR'4 &: 'l 22

4 ''I'41o aeouwlw ti44nlrTt management during recent years, animals of the woods. should be done when there Is no scene from Jacksonville. of NWri ___ NWiI!_11 7 22 80 L. D. Alex I
N'
and have improved their animals J of NW'4 01 AW4i 11 20 Unknown I
also wind and when there .- 7 22
The entomologist gave a are enough!; i" .. of NE I/ ofSRI
8W1411 7 22 20 L. D. Alexlt:
and Increased their
profits. few pointers on treatments for people to keep it under control. nutI.V"; KKCEI\i: ) NI.! ;, '7 320 L. D. Alex,' 3''

redbug attacks. Here they ade: Divide forest tracts! of 20 acresor Tallahassee' ,.-An elderly woman,. lit RS y4 of *sVtT"KfW : NWiI..14 7 22 2f0 Foster ISh

w UUI 1.1! aM10Elr. A light application of keroseneto more into 10-acre blocks by who said she was turned out into :' -- ---___ 5 7 22 120 L. B. A 1..XII 11

i 1 'I'Ir' bites on ankles, legs or wrists plowing additional fire lines. the world old and penniless, by I' S E'4 Et4f; of NF,4 RW'of_SE4__!_._-16_16 7 T 22 20 fO Inez Ben Hall Iv i I

itiQ era ..1.turltrrFOR will kill redbug Following this Be ready to combat a fire If It the young man, newly-married WYJ sot RW". & NE; 2a

t ur application take a hot bath and develops. Keep a knapsack fire whom she had treated as a I I'CWI' of SI'of I,. .----__---II 7 120 "kn"wn i 1(
SO'I ::2 .0 ,r d
Ines
'It r/ "GOOD DENTISTRY AT scrub well with a coarse cloth to pump and fire swatters handy so won a fight In Supreme Court to All i!'!' of Narkot17 7 Ivey

JACKS LLE'S REASONABLE: PRICES" dislodge the pests; then lather that they may be speedily em- collect for her services. 8W144SofV S 01

freely with a medicated soap and ployed when fire breaks out. The Court ordered payments by j Ry "X 2 A In RR&F Cor .,
LEADING HOTEL All Branches of let the lather dry for 15: minutes Quick, effective action against the William SwEv4: of awii of
Tuszknskl and his wife to ________ 1
19 'l 30 Bolen John'
C..o.-. \hIe...... .. DRNTISTRyPlates before washing off. flames will keep them from Mrs.\ Matilda Sonneman for F.'" o a 1 A lot In flW J2

t;,}"7 -'"} ...... kohl VSr.. Pain and itching may be allevi- spreading and will make it easierto money she advanced and for ser- nor of !of SE\4\ of SE44 i
fiE'4
fcl"t doto_ extinguish them. ___19 7 23 W. H. Griffin'
SUMMER vU1., Crowns, ated by application of ammonia vice she performed. TuszqnskJ rot 3, 4 nf Blk 11 __19 'l 22 Mrs. F. P. Croft t

COMFORT toon with tub 4shown. Bridges, Fillings, PNVeet j or water, strong salt water, soda Post land against fire. Anti- was ordered to pay $1700 with NIfa NE's of NF'i I'll road&: RW&% of

eo- Offer ,water and cooling ointments. For fire posters may be obtained at a six percent Interest of NE'4 of 8'1
from
running NWy..x
wit ndl*.*huunprint.out t+w.a MkMblind..Every.. rMdtefrOPULAI b.4 X-Rays, Etc.DENTAL .>> antiseptic applications on affected very low cost from the State Nov. 1, 1934, until paid, and was R'.;2, of A In NWI.!'IE Cor .-___ T .2 135 In*. Ivey Pr '" rfF.

I.w -91n.YWJ., spots, use iodine or mercuro- Forest and Park Service."It directed to pay $50 a month for NIJwt i.4\ ex 8 A41n20 1 22 20 C. .Gelger

PRICED mr. 'arltrr chrome. takes a little trouble to protect services Mrs. Sonneman rendered of(' .: -20 'l 22 7* Unknown' 9N44

Dusting the body with flowersof farm forest lands but the from In NW'exlf A U
February, 1932, to October 8FJ 'or __ _
Pollard
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and -------_31EVofNwyriWK f jj 6! Idea Ivey
COFFEE SURGEONCor. sulphur or putting a little kero- profits to be derived from them 1933, and from February, 1934, to F.RW% of Nry'/ '7 21 40 Unknown t''
SHOP
sene on work clothes before go- justifies it," Mr. Nieland says. October, 1934. I !i '7 II 20 R. T. Corblri 1,
Bay and Laura 8t.. 40 J. C. Lee
SWM TwVrS18 7 si
into the woods will of .
Ing protectone NI':1I _
OrlMt i.s. ran* .....,. Over the Morris Plan Bank I'wt4 7"0'
/ltd).Ir.-cb.n.-N.r.l. DoSot.......... Jacksonville, Fla. from redbugs- to some extent. (Continued from page three) k R' of&: fES W..wt4 of 8E''

1 1N'A 0 5
NIKLAND GIVES TIPS T.ae. SW\4 240 Unknown
II
Deserlptiop lee. T R of z----t-z-25
A Ow... :
ON PROTECTING FARM A (:o.t.,
INSURE WITH &
AENW'n :
Lots 10. 11 01 IlJk U.Llvlnc.ton. /' NE4! of (l
FORESTS FROM FIRES -- ----___2! 7 11 1410 Unknown t
aCo' NW'4
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE Addition TrubJ'toStarke NW of NWt ----___ 7 12 40 W. O. Seal I -

:. __ _u 6 U In N F % II A
Farm forest land owners who Mra. Julia Eastman __ 11.7' Cora: A In t
Lot 1 ofB1kCN.J. NW
LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Cor
control -----_____ T 33 C. Van Alsteln -
plan now to prevent or Jonea Add to Starke II 8 U NW\4\ of 22 14
Unknown 8El
_____ % ___ --
40 M. C. Sweentr
I.n s. ----- 7
Lot 3 01 Blk I 12
their avoid Temple. 4 of Dlk
fires
Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA on property can f In Hamp_ t
Addition to fltarkeII 6 U ton
possible serious losses during the Lot 1 ClI Bile 11. Tem- Carl John. ________ 2.n Lola 7-,- -- t/---of H1k10 7 22 Marlon Gnai. >

Fall and Winter seasons L. T. pies Addition to 80 I Blantaons IcIO l
Stark. _____ Slk. Add 7 22 W. E. Daughter
2S
Nieland, farm forest specialistwith Lot 1. 'of-Blk- lb Timp1. Unknown _______? 1.11>> Add a, t, II In Wright.I __ .

BOREE FUNERAL HOME the .State Agricultural Extension .k" Addition. to Lot 12'---,-tt.qIn8E 80>> 7 22 6 Fetter Shi Smith

Service, said here today. Lot t a of Rik-11: ; Temple. __ .U t U C. A. Futcla _______ US Cor Add 01 Blk 9 Wrl..ht. t
Fun line of caskets &1 Undertaker Supplied ... __ >> DWltt Wllliami t tet
"Fire prevention is the key AddItion t 0Starke 01 9l 11 __
AMBULANCE SBKVICB __ _______21 8 U I. O. Prevatt W Hof S8w II>> x 11 20 C. P. Pearson
DAY AND NIGHT stone of a sound farm forestry Lot. s. '7. of BIle C, ______ .11 F.f of R,. % a
M PHONE 64O. program and a little thought and Risings AddItion to "I' NE4 of SE'4----&- IVY otlD>> T 22 13 C. F. Pearson r
:
Starke _____ yea (
H. BENNETT, Mr. preparation ahead of time usually Lot" A. s.-. -(0--nt SIte I,28 I 2S Dr P. A. Brl n.on ____ I.U SE"8EIA of 01 NE' t4 ----80>> T 22 80 Mr. Ida D. Maxwell

: "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" provides all the fire Insurance W.nn. Addition to E Aide f"SWA on
Starke ______ __ o 01S
!1 I U .
(, Boyd NE'4
needed Mr. Nieland explained. Lot 4 01 Pik 14. J.:}" Hollo..a ___ 11.41 ------ ---- T 21 44 :Mr\ Maggie' WUU.mi
1t Heavy concentration of grazing .John.. Add to Starke II I II C. F. Hoots o ttf 8WMSWrEt4\ : \ -
__ !
Lnt. 1.10 ot
t animals for brief periods duringthe I. I. e. 7. II of JllkI N
I 1. Cllr Park Sub Dlv of
!' Summer, when the grass la l W C. Addition Nli 8Wy 01 ot W4&NK
SPECIAL'YOUR to Starke 2! 1 8E'4 of SW'4 sa T 140 Foster Shi emit u''
and will --- U W. B. N'4 11
not oSE'
green palatable, onlybe Watson ___ .
v. Lot. '7. 5. 11,14 11,t, f.711 SW'4 01 --'l/ T SI SO D. E. KnightII t.Swu
profitable to the farmer from n, U, U. 10II, g2. of N of------- / 7, 40 D'E. Knight 44S.
U. 14 U. ott SW'4 SEll.II 29 Robt. B. StarrII IeWy.a
CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c the standpoint of fattening live City Park Sub Div'Uk.t Ra !.;, of 01 SW% -..------25 II 40 Leigh M. Pea real
stock: but it will prevent the vege- c'. Addition to 'W SE'4 a 7S
IItarlc. ______.____3! I lui of NW4 __1/ SCO M. P-1'. SLot
II -
tation from Into dense W. B. Lot 11 Leigh
growing Watson _______ II I IS
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO Lote II 11. 1li.. 11of 12.11 1 ----"" __2'7 S S3 <4 LlVh M. Fear-a a
I JI
thick masses which will burn Blic 5 CItJ' Park Lot. I.--- .n-----_ SI 27 Lolc" M pea
easily after frost. Other suggestions Sub DI" w a C'a Additlon Lot I. -----U S I] 151 Leigh M. pea'.11
PAY
to Stark. _--II NE
Mr., Nieland snakes to forest Lot. 4. I, t. 7 I. t. I' I n W. B. Watson _____ 4." -&f I, 1
of BUS .. City Park road Iv
owners include the following: a
I Sub Div Wa C's Additloo all Lot. I. 11 II M. pea r..I1. -
All ---- I 213 Leigh
Pto* tire lines .I IgM fet wide to S srk. _-II 1 II lob J, I. I, wofAll IS
W. g
!Smith's Garage around all farm forest tends and Lot.11. 1.11 I.of 5 Pik 5. 1.SCtt. !1.,. Watson ____ Lit .POad Lot It 1 W--of--POII4I-- H 1 M M 1.0..11" PearMll -

keep vegetation down on them doa Park Sub DI" W .. aU Lou I, 1 _11 i M 111 Ll.h V. Fear.all
firs cannot "Jump": Across them a COa A..1Uo. t. I ..
8tarko -__.__ $ I II W. B. Wateoa C, A. KNIOHT. Taj Cud aK
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\3, "rot'ST 4. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA -moo : = '": PAGE SEVEN


CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES TIIERESSA LA IPTEY Cabinet Members ocrats will be eligible for the primaries

By Mrs A, L, Sullivan Ity William (Bill) Plummrr next May. Payment of p.ill
I Seek ReelectionFlorida's tax Is not required.

METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. I EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs P. C Mabry of The Bell Telephone Companyhas Republicans probably will con-

JJ\I'TIST nev. Frank Robinson Chas. H. Allen, I Rev Fred Terkes, Jr. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mabry's begun its beautification pro- six cabinet officers will duct primaries for various offices'
,. g. LlI'httootpa.tor( Pastor Pastor Rector neY. W.Pastor T. McOulre cousin Mrs. E. S. Sibley, Satur- ject on Road 13 within the city eeek re-election next year. They'reall There were 35,397 registered Republicans

Thomas, r3uptP I Oen.B. K.Superintendentof Perryman Organist Sunday Miss Ella School J. sasse Supt. Sunday School Supt day and Sunday.Mr. limits of Lawtey. Palms and Democrats. in 1938.

under grhnot I Church School Mrs E. M. Davis Organat ]Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs. Wm. Strange of shrubbery have been planted in They are, In the order of constitutional -

ndaY t (1 A. )[ Church School M. Church Roy School Mathews Supt. Mrs. James Services Carlisle Sunday to o'clock School Jacksonville and Mrs. Allie the places where towet ;.1g oaks rank Secretary of StateR. All kinds of graving, wedding;
mini Service Worship Worship Service once stood. Our town will never A. Attorney General
Morning Church School Sunday School Every. Sad Strange of Palatka were guestsof Gray invitations, calling cards, birth
Ilptnt Traintn4pa' ofservice Evening Service 11 Worship A. M. 10 A. M. 10 A. M. 11 o'clock Sunday.. m. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore look the same (some say It looks George Couper Gibbs, ComptrollerJ. announcements etc., at the Bradford -
':00 P Service. 8-00: P. M. Morning Worship Sundays __ 11 A. M. 8:09: o'clock p. m. Sunday. naked without the trees), but we M. Lee, Treasurer W. V. Knott
nlnl Young Pedpls'' 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting should be thankful for what we Superintendent of Public Instruc- County Telegraph.
geetingntplp League! Meeting Sigma Chi 7:00 p. m. Holy Days..10. A. M. Wednesday Night Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison of
rep 8:00 got out of the trade. The tele- tion
: M. 7:00 P. M. o'clock Gainesville visited Mrs. Dennlson'a Colin English and Commis-
Iet00' Prayer MeetingWednesday I phone company objected to the sioner of Agriculture Nathan
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. '
8:00: P.M. parents, !' b
lona Canovahair MISSION HALL oaks on the grounds that they en- Mayo. r
) GOSPEL CHURCH OP .
Director Mrs. F. H. Long.Organisttwnd TAB.Sponsored ChRiST Packham, Sunday.Mr. .
powell Choir Sponsors: dangered their telephone lines. Gov Fred P. Cone Is
hn It by Harry Pickup, and Mrs. Don Meeks of prohibitedby
peacon. Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Pastor Reconstruction has begun on the Constitution from electionto
rdCuf Mrs E. K. Perr.man..00..latan& J. T. Quigley Otter Creek are visiting :Mr. and
Klcklller T. QuigleyBible Bible Study 3 p. m. the Lawtey State Bank site. After two consecutive terms.
r, organist
Evangelistic Mrs. Baker
Study, each Service Sermon and The of disuse It will
Chairman many years ,
T. Directorant each Friday and Sun- The cabinet officers have not
Trustee.O. Choir Lords Supper 4
iii of. powell Tuesday evening: 8:00: day evening8:00: evry Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace be only a short while before this made formal announcements of

were transacting business In will be one of our busy corners but
--- -- --- candidacy, they are letting
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Starke Tuesday. once more. friends and inquirers know they
METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE Edd Loper, Charles Loper and
The diamond ball team
Lawtey will be in the races
Bob Jones Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis of
CHURCH NOTES I started its current season with a
Doolan, Ga., spent the week-end Rep. Edwin Fraser of Baker
20-9 victory at the of a
I expense : vy
-- The County announced last year he
Bible
regular Study was with relatives here.
here Because of the absence of the weak, but willing Hampton combine would be a candidate for -
ments 011 held at the Mission Hall last Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adkins Our team Is In search of comptroller
Hereafter N pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson, day night. The children all took and two ?idle daughters, Annette who but there has been no oth-
Any worthy opponent
d I there was no service at the First part In the Scripture quotations. and Jeanette of Jacksonville games. er announcement for any of the
wishes the outfit
to meet. Lawtey
8eread in lie book of Job that Methodist Church last Sunday Flowers were brough by Mrs. Mer- spent Sunday here with Mrs. Ad- cabinet officers' places.
may get in touch with Prof. I, B. ,
Duns the earth on nothingr morning. Mr. Robinson, Mrs. sereau. Many of the regular attendants kins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cody. Next year Is the "big election"

Jthe north on an empty space. Robinson and their son Frank IIr are sick or away visitingand Swindle.Mr. when voters will choose virtually
onomers used to laugh at that are visiting the pastor's mother in we look forward to their re and Mrs. John Shark of Miss Ruth McGarity is visiting all their officers, including president -

salon, In Job' "What did Job St. Petersburg. turn. Otter Creek visited Mr. and Mrs. irlenda here. She has been a of the United States, one .
of her aunt in andIs
guest Georgia,
jboui astronomy? He Services will be resumed next The Scripture studied last night Baker Sunday. United States senator from Flor-
now enroute to her home In
nave attended to his sores Sunday morning with the administration was Rom. 12:1: 2. Paul constantly Freddie Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Waba ida five congressmen, a governor,
Eld astronomy alone. There Is of the sacrament of the plead with the Christians of his Adam Kelsay attended the Christian sa. six cabinet officers, two Supreme ,

) pace In the north." Lord's Supper by the pastor with time to surrender themselves to Convention at Graham Sun- Doc Wainwright escaped serious Court justices, one railroad commissioner -

is 'the WilY men used to talk. the assistance of the choir under the Lord. That seems to be the day.Friends injuries Sunday when the pick and all county officers. 1
one day a man turned a tele- the excellent directorship of Mrs. hardest thing for them to do. of W. S. Sibley will be up truck that he was driving overturned Including representatives to the I 1

e toward the north and heId Jeanette Kincaid. Mrs. E. K. When one considers the marvelous sorry to learn that he Is very ill four miles north of. town. 1941 Legislature

H great vacum. Job was Perryman will preside at the console salvation that God's grace at the Veteran's Hospital la Lake Mayo Is the senior cabinet of-

Jt t Then IS> an-empty space In :: of the organ and will play provided for the sinners it is surprising City.L.. Why \VeV'allt A Truck ficer in continuous service in the

fnorih lots was not trying to especial selections during the sacrament how ungrateful Christian L. Youngblood and Earl Shllpln"'hurf office now held. He was appointedIn

astronomy. but Job was as well as a prelude offertory people are today. Were It not for Geiger were recent visitors to Every town must have some 1923 and has bern elected at

jitlflcnllj correct and postlude. A cordial the Gospel we would still be In Brooker. means to provide industrial turnover four-year Intervals since then:
It Is to campaignfor
e most iccurate people I invitation is extended to any who heathen darkness. All that we Miss Virginia Padgett of Lake practical A Knott is the senior in years of
a shipping
an those who really know will to come to this service of have of education and phllanth- Geneva spent the week-end here wharf worthy for Lawtey cause. Is a worthy public service lie started In 1895in KEEPS AIB FRESH

j Bible The Bible contains worship.The rophy has come as the direct re- with her mother, Mrs. Anders.Mr. cause. We have plenty of truck a State-wide examination of of-
than all the books sult of Christianity. Prevatt and ficers under appointment from
wisdom evening; service will be directed and Mrs. Paul farm We have a good,
III the ''ibi arles of the world. by the pastor and will feature In view, then, of the merciesof Earle Geiger were visitors to stragetlc products.locality we deserve a Governor W. D. Bloxham. Since AND CLEAN !
be disturbed by hlgh-gound- congregational and God Paul Grandin Tuesday.Mr. then he has held such public offices -
It t singing says, "I beseech you dutiable place from which to con-
| words >a worldly-wise men instrumental music. These evenIng therefore, brethern, present your and Mrs. Jesse Adkins of duct our business! It Is evident us State auditor, treasurer, HOME COMFORT

know no God. How utterly K 'VIces are Informal In their bodies a living sacrIfice" It Is not Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.R. that Lawtey would benefit Just as comptroller, superintendent of the

l.ant. .loins of our so-called administration and evangelistic in much to give all we have for M. Hersey Sunday. the county and Starke have ben- State Hospital and again as treasurer COOLING

title men are! How very lit- their appeal. Him J. J. Zeigler and daughter, Miss efitted from the State Farmers' beginning In 1928 and continuing -

jihey really know, and yet afit Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock In another place Paul says "We Ruth, were visitors to Jackson- Market wince then. (ELECTRIC VENTILATION)
became of state
them think they are so wise! ville Saturday. Returning Sun- Gray secretary
the mid-week meeting will beseech Hnd exhort the
prayer you by We are anxious to see our town .
elected
home In 1930 and has been continuously -
t.mber the world by wisdom be conducted for worship and coming of the Lord-That ye be day they were accompanied get ahead; to be busy and pl'O-
Lee elected
who has been was comp-
Goo In the first chap- Mrs. Zeigler
not
r by
Immediately followingthis not soon shaken In mind.
prayer. Manyare gressive. A good farming centerIs 7TMAZING new comfort -
Iroller In 1932 and again In 1936.
for aevt'rll.ldays.
|of James we read that any under the doctor's care
service the choir will meetIn Inclined to be
depressed and our heritage and we must cooperate -1
who desires wisdom mayIt We are glad to state she Kngltah! was elected superintendent at healthful
the Church for its about their
weekly practice pessimistic conditionor
to make this heritage
We site will of public Instruction In 1936. "In the shade"
he will ask God is hope
> provided improving. temperatur. -
In the Church School rooms the condition of the world. materialize. It will help every-
Gibbs when At-
was Appointed
lit However the man must promptly at 8 o'clock the members They plung Into all sorts of pleas- soon be well again. body, so everybody should help It. .. Concealed type. or
Lnndlsdlet
torney General Cary D.
returned Fri- .
I m faith He must not waver, of the Board of Stewards are u.\-s in order to stimulate them- Milton Youngblood ------.t portable window venti
| to his home in Tampa after a last year, and then was elect-
one who wavers, so James requested to meet for the regular selves with false emotions. If day lator.
NEED: A DOCTOR ed without opposition to serve until -
weeks' visit with his father L.
is like of the
a wave sea business session of the they would live close to God
monthly they
Tampa, -- Floridians have 143 Inauguration day in January, dollars month to
L. Youngblood.Mr. a bur
"II i by the wind and tossed. A board. W. P. Smith, chairman, would have a peace and content-
e goes the way the wind goes. urges that every member be present ment that needed no false stimu- and Mrs. J. A. Milliken of additional physicians available to 1941 a f.wp* .ant.a a day toope
minister to their ills today. TheM Supreme Court justices who will
Ocala visited Mrs. Milliken's -
e i are people like this. Every lation. The realization of Christ'scoming parents
rat.. Enjoy it this
e of sentiment or social' I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan D.'s were licensed by the seek re-election are Arm tead
should make all those who
Thursday night at 8 o'clock State Medical Examining- Board Brown and Roy H. Chapman who ummcr.
fcge moves them.he I Sunday.H.
members of the Young People's love Ills appearing happy.To D. May, W M. Hall and E. 'after parsing' Its semi-annual ex- Is filling out the term, of the late

remarkable statement Infil'1t Division will meet in the Church, the sinner Paul says, "God S. Sibley were visitors to Gaines- 'aminations conducted in June. Fred H. Davis Chapman was

( chapter of James is, together with members of the did beseech you by us. We pray ville Monday.Mr Many of them were recent graduates erected last year for two yearn. J. G. Spencer
I not thai think he shall
man Young Peoples Departments of you in Christ's stead, Be ye reconciled and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan i of medical schools but some He will seek a full six-year term. ,
|ive anything of the Lord. surrounding towns for the regular to God." The burden of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Mrs. were physicians of prominence In U. S. Senator C. O. Andrews has

ther words if God should give monthly meeting of the Garfield sin and of judgement that restsso Josephine Sullivan attended the other states who took the tests to told friends he will acek a full six- Manager

|,avering man wisdom, some- Evans League Union. At heavily on the ungodly who Fifth Sunday meeting at Lawtey : be able to practice in Florida year term. He was elected in 19-

could talk him out of It. His this time the service that will be have not accepted Christ as their Saturday.W. 36 for the unexpired term of Senator $iUt4Autl. S6Mi. Ie the stifled eat

|r proves that God never used a conducted In the church will be Savior troubled Paul exceedingly. W. Packham, accompanied ''fill' hU regular appointment at the Park Trammell, who died. at LW1.'W .........at ea ereaheaea

who wavered. John the under the direction of Edwin St. All those who love Christ feel the by a troop of Boy Scouts from a Baptist church Saturday evening.A Congressman whose terms ex-

list stuck to his convictions John, chairman of worship of the same sorrow over the lost condi- camp on Crystal Lake attended Revival Meeting will beginat 'pire in 1941 are J, Hardln Peterson DIVGWfgaCOMDAN'f
[ji I he lost his head. Paul tion of If Christian does the Church here Sat-
Senior-Young People's Department men. a church in Gainesville Sunday. I Baptist of the First District; R. A.
Wed a bloody road. He said, and Virginia Sewell, chairman not feel it then he is a long ways Mrs. Josephine Sullivan urday night. Everybody In cor- Green Second: Millard Caldwell,

I.i one thing I do." For fifty of worship of the Interme- from God. What the church ed Tuesday to her home in dially invited to attend. Third: A. Pat Cannon, Fourth, and

t i John Wesley stuck to his diate Department. Following this needs today is not more members ton after a visit of return-j Miss Jessie Mae Hrunnen and Joe Hendricks, Fifth.

|ry of, heartfelt religion of the service the business meeting of large plants and a whole rlgar- with her sons A. L. and Ralph Brannen were guests of The railroad commissioner up

e99 of the Spirit. Whltfleld the Union will be conducted by merole of organizations; but livan. their aunt Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, for re-election Is W II. Douglass. .

red the Atlantic ocean thlr- the president, Marlon Cahoon of I hearts burdened with love for the The Rev. Chas. Robinson will Sunday afternoon. Approximately 600,000 DemI I
I times lie died in harness. Melrose. At the conclusion of the I lost. Paul also said in another

t a shot while before he went business meeting the Young Peo- I place, "Therefore knowing the terror -
he, he preached to the crowds Club Lord, persuademen. -
ple will go to the Woman's of the we
1 clamored for his message. First It not half-hearted
where members of Ihe is a f 0, '
e world needs leadership to- Methodist Church Young People's concern but a tremendous passion N' '
that will not waver. We need Division will present a religious that consumes the soul with tears z

esmen instead of politicians play "The Road to Happiness." and heartache. Oh, that God rr-

need prophets In pulpits In- Miss Virginia Fugate will be In would lay it upon the hearts of

| ,
i to whom the cause Is every- will also take the leading femI- concerned about the lost condi-

g .v 'cause which Is not : nine role. tion of their neighbors.

''h lying for. is not big. Friday and Sunday night's serv-

.Sl ', laminate big men. Graham Revival ices were well attended. Thechildren's

_
i
+ numberof
group sang a
hal! 'I\llter have a preacher InPUlpr | Was A SuccessThe choruses. This will be a feature

\ho uses poor English of the Tabernacle services In
">v. s men than to have some revival I conducted at the the future. The singing of these

ac stir man stand up and Graham Christian Church by choruses, by their constant repetition .

.t t iiectual: Icewater. I the Rev.V.. T. McGuire closed of one central theme impresses -

,r< ,". '>!" I have to deal Sunday night with the convention a truth on the child's

"' : -.ts all the week. Inca services. mind as nothing else does. -

'. L-ntlfic discussions atm This was said to be one of the It Is hoped that Mr. Wilbur
; er I can hear figures; most spiritual meetings to be held Scott will have charge of the : W1'L

any time. What Ia' at the Christian Church In Gra- service next Sunday night, An f

,; >'i' I go to church Is to ham for many years. Mr. Mc- Invitation Is extended to all to attend -

f '* mat of Cod who believes r'' Guire brought some wonderfully these services. k % f ix
he
\ preaches and preaches Inspiring, messages In every serve ---* _
ro "Sievesa! man whose ice, and the convention was well- /OOTSES 7iEACII I
II 1
nta> when his people go attended, both Saturday and Sun- By Mi4 trUe: Crawford: v'
iy fJ-I

of he w..n. Is dying for a little day.One member of the church described Mr. and Mrs-, Hartley Johns

tons A few years ago the meeting as.follows: A were visiting in Raiford Saturday -
gels: were jumping on wonderful fellowship was manifested afternoon.

ythlng and on everybody. It among those who attended Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green were I

*e procably all right then be- the! convention. A del'clou!' dinner visiting relatives in Woodlawn F (

raer were conceited. They was served on the grounds. section Sunday.

selt. ufficlent. The world both Saturday and Sunday, and a Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gasklns

'Ranged, since the depression. lot of baskets weren't even open- and baby spent the week-end here

lit n know what It Is all ed. There wai w> much food, you with his mother. Mrs John Gas-

Their hopes have beened could hardly miss what was eaten m\\

"hakmg They can feel civil Iza- t have never seen so much to eat kins.Mr.. Richard and Claude Wig- At the Fair .as at home. .

Their hearts are at one convention." gins, and Miss Johnson all of
rig them because of fear. We Jake Thomas delivereda were visiting at the
The Rev. Jacksonville
t new, a ministry now that fine message Sunday night at home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. .I the drink everybody knows

J I w m unconverted world. It the closing of the convention. Crawford SundayMr. f
.
right to Jump on hypocrite .- and Mrs. Lester Chesser
'Lae'" tare and modernists Receipt- books and sales padsat and family of Gainesville were t e Familiar In everybody's home town, Coca-Cola Is I'\ :

.. .' ''once ire exhorted to stand the Bradford County Telegraph. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ches- S'a' the familiar refreshment at both Fairs, too.Thirsty
for all deliver- here Sunday ;
a t' ants," but we are not ners. He loves them. sent He loves His ler Mrs. A. Johns Is visiting the thousands pause to enjoy the refreshing taste they ,
He
*'' 9w J jump on a broken- them so much the that Cross to save bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. I know and like-Ice-cold Coca-Cola-for only 5j5. I i
rid die on
which Is just wait1 Son to that God Benton. at Dover "
i I do not believe relatives in
3hlp. them. with- A. Johns Is visiting I
tat 1 that Dwight L. Moody can see any man go to hell Liveoak this week. I I
J r, breaking. The STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
tg ; reach on hell without out His own heart minister is to tell S.r a:: JI His ':"lade Gaskir-9 r) ) -
the
of
neard one preacher business Is the Hellbronn section were visit- .
That
,' :" he subject as If he lost men a love story. what the big here Sunday. I
vervbody would go there. what Paul did. That Is what Don't forget the working at '

,oleo flat a right to preach on'', early Church did. That Is Evergreen Cemetery Friday August -
hear now I
wo can do It without weep- j the world U needing to to tell it. 11, 1939. I ., -
Cod
hasn't got it In for sin God help ua preachers .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FIUD.l't'G"o
PAGJ:: EIGHT -,ar
4
ket grounds as well aa brief talks, tour
STOCKMEN AerialIJ/aptl officials of the state depart- Bl"Mil'..',,4" ,._ ,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Russell KayTOO I County Agent T. K. McClane an- by lifttiii| |>, ".I
TOUR PASTURESFarmers nounced yesterday that within ment of agriculture. PIllldHW1TM puhu'h,I ,,
J ,
1877 the next twd weeks an order will I -s
who have expressed a seal I Ihl' ,
be sent off for enlargements of FISHING VIEK FINISHED "I I (l 'I I
1931.!
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class LATE desire to establish permanent pastures the aerial maps recently taken of St. Augustine-St, Johns coun- ((01..1.\. !' -I' \ 'IFU1,
tl
Blatter at the Post, Office at Starke FloridaE. TO CLASSIFY were taken on an instruc- the entire county. These photographs ty commissIoners have accepted Clerk Bradf""." ", ,,' 1 T

tive tour of Inspection last Fridayby each covering approxim- from WPA the completed ocean i s 'HO;,
--- - -" '
L. Matthews ._ I.I :. "I_ ___Editor and Owner Well the political crystal gaz- County Agent T. K. McClane ately six square miles, are avail- fishing pier, a $69,000 project. -'\0" '''',,-u, '.4
.
: -
.. .- ers are at it again and guberna- and Walter J Sheely animal hus- able $1.10 each. Orders shouldbe "pPIrenrlle l.ir="
-- -' at 'I'\ 01
\; .
.
bandman with the Florida Exten- : ::11
SUBSCRIPTION RATE natorlal dope sheets are beginningto left at the county agent's of- OTKH OF AFPI-irTIO\ NOT II''h' IIIIt '110.
sion Service. TAX MKKUOrnate r Th&1 : I I lnl,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable fn Advance circulate in ever increasing The day was spent in visitingthe fice. ( IS Hill HEREBY 50. >
numbers. Simple souls, Inclinedto and clover OIVENi 2nd. dn) ,,' n 170 I'
pastures Fleulah tOlly
Advertising Rates on Application permanent Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Smith and That Mrn 01'' I 0 :;'
confidence in such plantings of W. H. Smith of Tax Certificate No. 235, Issued the made appllcat1 ,''I, fri," 1r
place prognostications two children. Dolores and Bettyof 2nd. August A. D. 1937, hasfilsd he (01
SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE will find the follow- Sampson City the Container Corporation Bartow and Mrs. T. :S, Mur- dm'.f: In my office and has embrace issued II"t Itier. ',II Said alaI Cttl
tax deed '
for
made application a to ,
Citizens of Key West have banded together in an organ- ing formula helpful in forming an Demonstration, the new- ray and daughter, Barbara, of Ft be Issued thereon. Said certificate fo J e Stalernt' ''lte"noWlh' d,
"
ly planted carpet grass pasture on the following dewrlned a
embrace
ization to be known as Citizens and Taxpayers, Inc., for the Intelligent opinion: the old Brownlee and Long place, Mr.Meade and were Mrs.week-end W. A. Bessant guests, Jr of fordpState In of lFloridatto-wit, : I' / rVarV' ," ."*

avowed purpose of enforcing equitable assessments, balanced Take the names of all candidates -I the clover plantings of M. F. and Barbara remaIned Northwest Quarter of Northwest I &d"5el.. PArt" bit
listed the various demonstration Mrs. Murray Quarter Except Went 10 Acres & South ]tang, M 21.gsptso,
budgets, and to sponsor better government generally in the on sheets, Brown and the mowing for longer visit with Mr Went Half of Northeast Quarterof I 35 Avren. mor orredeemed less.
add a dozen or so tf your own, on A. J. Thomas' pasture. Northwest Quarter Section 36 ; The
,
interest of the public welfare. W. and Mrs. Bessant. Township 6 South, Mange 22 East, arty assessment 1f f lh..to
mix thoroughly as you slowly stir Those making the tour were: under th, Maid ,.
containing 50 Acre, more or leu*. ed W& .tlfl,,,
This encouraging movement follows in the lead set by In several tablespoonfuls of ban- H. Smith, Roy Mathews, M. F. The assessment of the said prop Unless In. .the..1<, ,amt '

citizens of Jacksonville, Miami, and other progressive Flor- ana oil and a large gob of salt. Brown, A. J. Thomas, M. F. Wiggins Mrs. H. A. Durdcn and childrenof erty under the said certificate Issued aI'', 'idingtlj"t'property ',
of Savannah, was In the name of Mary B. .
DeLand, formerly described
Permit the mess to simmer In Klrby.Smith, and others. Malone. sold 10 .thereli'
ida communities. It cannot be regarded as anything but a, I, of Mrs. Durden'lIbrotherinlaw Ih high?
your mind for awhile then season i It Is hoped that next spring a Ga., are guests Unless said certificate shall be court h.tllMt' deem IJlddtl
healthful sign of the times when group of citizens become I with thinly sliced boloney and I large group of farmers and stockmen and sister, Mr. and redeemed according to law, thepropel.ty day 1939, III (th. .'1', ""II't 'h'.'" s.In.'
which
interested enough in good government to arouse themselves I apple-sauce, garnish with the patter will be able to attend a com- Mrs S, R. Johns, Jr., at Kingsley to the described highest therein bidder will at the beHold tember iniji:\! i Iii|, ,III 40' ,

to "do of the gum-shoe boys and bar plete tour of all pastures in the Lake. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. court house door on the first Mon- 1939.Iated. rill "I ta 1 ,
from peaceful complaisancy long enough something: Durden will be Interested to learn day In the month of September,
flys, add a dash of street corner county. In the meanwhile, any- 1939. which Is the 4th day of Sep- (OFFICIAL'. .
about it. blah and barber-shop bosh. Then one Interested In establishing per that he has recently accepted a tember, 1939.: Clerk of <'n. *' T
Dated thin 3rd day of August, County S'lor'd IH 'jCertlfloat
I with the State Road Department .
Specifically, the new Key West organization sets forthas you take a deep breath hold your manent pasturage should see the position 1D39. \
and at present they are 'OF"'fl"IALilEAl./ .) A. J. Thomas \01793: 0. 1I'I'l
nose and make three guesses county agent for Information I'tTlhlrenal
its major objectives: 1. To install an equitable system of their home in DeLand Clerk of Circuit Court of .Bradford ; : :
making ,
wait a minute or two and If a concerning the Agricultural Con- County Florida. 8-4 6t S-J illql'llam'
taxation. 2. To enforce the collection of from the to Savannah Mr. NOTlel'
revenue man answers, hang up, you've servation Program payment. i Before going ; 1lUHlmy:' :
,
system of taxes already devised 3. To eliminate all unneces- probably got the wrong number. A feature of Friday's tour was Durden was connected with the 1TIIK (.uu..r.UICI.-\I.COtHT C-IItCIlT OF TIIKKKillTH lAMI \ I That r.ymn. .<. '",' i I'" hold",]
road and while there day of Auiti.. surd tt
llltAUKOIIIt COUVI'Y "
department FOIt \ "
sary expenses 4. Rigid enforcement of the law. But as folks seem to like guess- an explanation of the difference Fl.OitllIY rintfiKuv.IN same in ni% 93' L
he held a position with the Georgia md ha
ing games and I don't know any between unfertilized carpet grass THE NAMK OK THfcJ $STATE appllontlohlHNUe'1 H deed
The third point this is of especial interest at
program Road Department OF FLORIDA t hemhracen '
more about It than the next guy and some that had been fertilized 'Hid .,0,
this time. A recent poll of public opinion showed that fifty- and probably not as much, I assume with 2,000 pounds of Dolomite, 'C. U Bt'UTO.V Plaintiff property, n.i'h, l ','rim j
_
Mrs A. I, ford.
Mrs J. E Shepherd lo1'nl.
eight percent of the people want governmental expenses reduced it would be right and proper 500 pounds of superphosphate, -ve- --- la it'
Sasser, Mrs A. Grant, Mrs. V. 1NA ANDRUSON:;; BURTON North .
Talk of wasteful extravagance in political circles for me to drag out a turban, dona at.d 100 pounds of muriate of pot- Defendant.TO Quarl. 1'lal'w"
Sasser and Mrs. Robert Miller d"
Ina Anderson Burton, defendant .
robe and add contributionto the fertilized : east Qua' '
ash Grass
both State and Federal, is a common topic of conversation, my per acre on and children, all of Monticello In the above styled rauxo. M"II N N. ;iThe 21 Ea
your mental delinquency. plat averaged 12 to 15 inches You are hereby notified that a taming 3i I. I ,
yet no one seems to know just what can be done about it. Among those we find galloping in height under a concen- and Mrs Day Wells of Marianna certain null In chancery haw. beenfiled posit. :h, u a,
were recent guests of Mr. and against you In the Court afore- arty IIn.l I 1 'If' ,
The patent excuse given by politicians generally fort about the state taking a census of tration of 2.9 steers per acre. The said and you are further notified to ed warn, i l "r ',
Mrs. I .P. Shepherd. '
or file other de- Mlnlllt-k
answer
appear
budget increases is that "the public is demanding it." HOW- well located stumps and looking unfertilized plat averaged only 5 fennlve pleadlngH. In said online on I, hole,. .
for platform planks are old to 6 Inches of grass with less or before the Rule Day In Suplem- redeemed, ,dittt
ever, this poll should be ample proof that public officials are, "Homestead Bill' "Dan grazing. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and per, the name being the 4th day l"uI"'I'I} d I l" Ia
Hodges of said month A. U. 11)39.) 1401.10 ,
daughter, Miss Jean Davis, spent th II Kh ,Jddor
either being deceived by vociferous minority groups or are gerous" Dan Chappell, Burton -.. afternoon in Jackson- IT IS: nHUKRKU I that thin notice court hnn ,1, hI ,
Saturday he published one* a. week for four day III t'h.
simply offering this poor excuse in the absence of a better "Townsend" Schoepf, Fuller "Fer- LOSE TOWNSEND ville. They were Accompanied con..ecutl\e week In the Bradford 19x9:!! Will, t, \I\ di!tol''
I dinand" Warren, "Jovial" Jerry County Telegraph, a. newspaper( of temps, Ii' ,
of
one. home by Miss Margaret Lowry
SECRETARYMr. general t In "al..d I Il h ? vl
Carter, Walter "Booster" Maryville, Tenn., who will visit Hrndfmd ( 't"loior\'J''II"h"\ 193!'.
In either case, when fifty-eight percent of the people 0.I I ,
Fred "Longnhot" Touchton WITNESS my hand and official It'\'I'I '1.\ I ,
and Mrs. Henry Fifer, pro- them for some time seal thlH 2nd day of August, A.j.. Clerk "f r
demand a reduction in public spending and only six percent I' Pierce Wood (If he could) and minent here in the Townsend 1939.;; J County Ft, d ;p.B(

it should be increased it is safe to flock of others. a// (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, -
pay predict that candidates Club organization for the past Mrs., D. D. Oliver and two Clerk of Circuit Court County of

for office in the next election will)] think twice before disregarding Again warning you that I don't two or three years, have returned [ daughters, Martha and Frances llrudfoid.' State of Florida.8-4 4t 825rvl'll'NS BEASLEY&i

the wishes of the majority.In know anything about it and your permanently to their former homein en route*'to their home in F(.

guest Is as good as mine, I simply Indianapolis after closing out Lauderdale from a vacation spent Service

the meanwhile, it would be a fine thing if more com- point out the fact that Talla- most of their interests here last. in Waynesville, N. C., were guests TO Notice WHOM In IT hereby MAl< CONCERN given: to : all Static

munities would follow]) in the footsteps of Key West and form hassee's Hodges knows his way week. I 1few days last week of Mrs. creditors I and claimants of the ,
about and most of the Oliver's Mr. and Mrs. W. estate of Sarah Frances Ham)-ickl| Washing Polishing I
answers parents :,
organizations whose object is the search for better govern- I For the past several months deceased t that you are to tile, ,
but he's not as young as he used A. Bessant, Sr. claim, or clamps, with the Hon.
ment. Any inspiration for action along this line must come to be and campaigning calls fora Mrs.\ Fifer had been secretary of I<. I'erryman.'ounty Judge, E.I I G reasinJr-Standanl |
I the local Townsend Club and devoted HHine being duty to on
from the people themselves, for it has long since been proved stout heart and lusty lungs. He much ot her time to the- CARD OF THANKSWe before eight t : hWt'U: ;;;: the lr Oil Products

that, (fine promises to the contrary) politicians either can lost by a hair last time and his j many duties attached to this of- wish to express our sincere mine iibllcatloii will be of barred thlH notice by Htatute or the of
hair Is thinner now than it was to friends and ,
appreciation our Limitations also pay all debt ow-
not or will not do anything about curtailing expenses after I! I fice. She and her husband attend relatives for their sympathy and tug estate to. iinderHlKiied.Thin Our Greasing Jobs artij
then.Miami's the recent national conven- AiiK-ui.it 41 h, 1939.
they once enter office. i Dan Chappell has a lot tion of the Townsend movement kindness during the Illness and Nelle H. Noll man, Admlnlctratrlx. with the best grease

However, with citizens and taxpayers banded into on the ball but last time it turn- held in Indianapolis. death of our beloved wife and 8-4 4t 8-25 ran buy.fiTNEW.

strong organizations throughout the state, each demandingthe ed out to be an eight-ball with him I J'. H. Fields. president of the mother.-George Saxon, Cleo Sax- I'll ;Till! l'IR.11("1)1(1tI.'lltt'11'1', IT tot IIT OF '1'11KIttu'rtl i\

behind It. Don't discount him- club here, stated this week thatit on, Irlta Saxon. ,\'II U cull lilt tuFORn COIJSTY.ri.oitntt ,
same definite program, it is inconceivable that officeholders I !
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he'll run a good race in spite of would be difficult fill -- IN t \\rmii.:

would refuse to yield to their wishes. his previous defeat.Jllcklonvllle's'Fulll.'r. the vacancy very left by Mrs. to Fifer, Circles Will Meet n.1-1:.F THi-J FLOIMPA XA.M1J: OF '1'1I1.J'ITATI

"In union there ie strength"-not only in the battle Warren has but that the announcement of her Circles of the Woman's Societyof I JOIIX M I II'IKO.Plaintiff., A7/

against a human en'my-but also in the fight against the youth, vim, vigor and a gift of II(f successor will probably be made Christian Service of the Methodist -! -vrrAwI't.11- '
(
gab that would mnke a tobacco I next: week church will meet Monday "ot'nlle.8KO, a '

enemies of inequality and extravagance. I, auctioneer look like a deafmute.I I ---..----.- afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle TO: K.iHtvr: 'Defendant.IJnulI'h..n.110, defendin ,rr
....... ill th' ulmvtt Htylcd< taiine.V 'I
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-- --- He'll draw bigger crowd and entertain New School lius Number One will be entertainedby ,
MI .in I hereby notified that a
JUST SIT HACK AND RELAX 'em better than uny othercnndldute. I The new 70 passenger school Mru L. D Green and Mrs. A. citahiml',, In chancery has IxenHiit n4
but so did Jerry Carter I<'. Pauls, at the home of the former. .imiiiiui, you! In the Court afore'nul ,' 4 "rrr
A warning that the "speed age" might cause nervous bUll ordered by the Bradford Mini vi.n are further notlfludii
and while they all called hIm : Circle Number Two will be Iii "|1'1"answer| or fllo cither deI I
Hoard of Public Instruction
and emotional wreckage of young and old alike unless the "Amigo" they voted for somebody County entertained by Mrs. A. H. Green ,.in",i\t itlf.tdintc* In scud inn"*? oni r
May 13 was delivered last i i !10.1'''.rr' I hiJtulf Knv In Sep-,
brakes are applied has been issued by Professor Jay B. Nash else. I iTampa's week and will be used, when Brad.ord and Mis. L. C. Ray, at Mrs .'I..inlni. I the xiiniu being the 4th day
.' Burton with I I1)ll.'nty '1,een' home.FKVKK. f .ld! 'month. A, I.). 1!>39.
ve! (w York University. Schoepf. <. High School opens on the II I IS iilinisnKIi that tliltno-
of business experience but r''," I IM, i 0ubhshed once a week for
I .
Hampton to Starke route. J. K.Adkina
Definitely not advocating r
of
epedemic laziness
an the : : Il'IDE311CMiamiFollowing:
no politico! Dense, has Dr. Town- of Hampton will be the
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doctor
cessive anxiety, rather than overwork. IIe recommended Cannon, Hendricks and several Motors Corporation product and ;.nrvey which disclosed at least ,
others can testify la a nice hnnd todraw I 1.000 cases of undulant fever In I If you have Malaria, you owe It
the manufactured
"composure:' amidst confusion" and listed present-day "killers" I body wan by the Miami to yourself and your family to get ,
to In any man's game. Opponents area a campaign Is being -
the Works the'
Superior tody
ns:' : worry, fear, hate jealousy rush and confusion. to relief All over the South-and in ,
will out-talk and out-box complete unit costing $3,067.10 waged require the pastuer- 21 foreign countries-Wintersmith's I

"Children," he warned, "have become the victims of our hIm but he'll stay on his feet for The bus being used by Adkins now izution of all milk sold in the city. I IS01'lmIC Tonic is known as one of the oldest

speed era. Faster and faster they must go through the I he's "no pushover. bus being used by Adkins now and most reliable Malaria medicines
.
\ MAKKKT: Ol'KNS: I the We believe I I
Jerry Carter, although talkedof will be transferred to the Boat- on market. you
grades. Parents point with pride to the fact that 'Jane as a gubernatorial candidate, drain route. LiiBelle,--Auction sales will beheld l will agree this Is proof of quality. I

skipped the fourth grade' and 'My 10-year-old Sammy is will probably run for congress. If e the first Wednesday of every I For your own sake-won't you '
TRY Wlnteremith'and
taking the work with the folks had wanted Jerry for month at LaBelle's new State see for
12-year-olds. The child is pushedon gov- Buys Property yourself !

it is true, but the cost is paid in forfeiting pleasant hoursof ernor the last they time.could have elected him Mr. and Mrs S. E. Sparks recently -I the Livestock beginning and and Produce the Market first sale at I HEsiifG.1OOIT

play, happy hours of pursuing interest which leave happy Fred Touchton, the druggists purchased four lots Immediately was the main feature of the I WINTERSMITH'S :
west of the home of
gust 2, which also Included open-I
memories. "white hope.' found at the top: Marvin Hazen on Lafayette Street barbecue and dance TONIC j
at the i
Speed drills are the order of the day, Professor:' Nash of one dope sheet! and at the bot-I from Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb. I mar- I

tom of another, will find that They plan to build a residence on
charged Accuracy and speed of acting are required that l I i, All*
"Medicine Shows" don't draw the property In the near future Good/ear's new
would "test the nerves of a top sergeant." As in the trenches, crowds anymore and that political and make Starke their permanent ;

waiting for the zero hour, teachers stand with stop watch in salve Is harder to sell than the home Mr. Sparks Is proprietor I Tin. gives you

hand and, at the signal, "the children are off" kind they pass out In a store. If of the City Barber Shop here. INSURANCEHAROLD mare ride for your 0 I
he don't take a "run-out powder"he'll I '
--- ---- --- "G-
"Faster and faster they are urged to beat the test ant
need to take a lot of aspirin. Count on your< ?,*
Beaten and Robbed '
which cannot be beaten, for it is always set beyond the \ AH-W.athocIiwi'0'1" ;
mar- .
St AUgUII:ino'lI: Fraser nourish Mortimer: GUI, farmer living; 6 1 mind end body n. JCSjlor !

gin of human ability," he observed. "Why put such tensionon ed from the "Ko.mtaln of Youth" miles west of Lawtey on the Waij! j *. NEW sAFETY CO

the nerves over matters concerning six times seven, and has plenty of young ideas and hasa do Pringle farm was severely I I I and ECONOMY.

good record as a "Mayor. beaten and robbed-of $15 about I 33 lll
to
twelve fifteen?
plus He'll appeal to the city folks but 11 o'clock Saturday night in Law- C. WALL AGENCY i I You get up mlleaJ"

While Professor Nash might have drawn on his imagin will have to be sold In the back tey. His annuitant or assailants tread >

ation a little in order to prove his point, we agree with him woods. are unknown and unapprehended Please Phone 146 -C-IOO' An.w.atb.r l btIta it

heartily in his general indictment of the "speed age." Nothing O. PlerCe(! Wood Is a doubtful thus far, although officers have new In tread design JI suss faes

starter, his pleasing personality, given the matter their vlglliant cord body saner'/ (
is so important, nor any achievement so great, that is ability and experience are offest attention. Howl\ of GUI' injurieswere thousands .of. Start

is worth risking health-or even life-in order to obtain it. with a Dupont label and the last about the head, where he easier mile/

The Professor's message might be summed up in the legislature messed him up to was apparently struck several TIRES
where he would have to run as times stout stick. DA1
with a FOR
three words of "Take it DON'T WAIT
an oft-repeated slang phrase: easy I" handicapped as a guy with "Ball", .

Following this advice, perhaps you will have less, but chancesare and chain. Student Banker t RADIOS Play IICI. gel.peciaI ball

that you will enjoy it a great deal longer. iif-x. Green, frequently mentioned M J. Toffalete of Jacksonvillehas j age. surer safety loou-AIJ.If

0-. would be a sap to run for any been connected with the Flor- BATTERIES fort smarter SledtY )(0"

S AN EXPERIMENT FOR THE AGES thing but reelection to Congress ida Bank at Starke since July 13 EXTRA COST.

\ great campaigner, he'd carry learning country banking,
The fact that three major countries of the world todayare his own district and hold his own paratory to accepting a pre-I WASHING MACHINES

ruled by dictators will furnish an opportunity to demon- In West Florida but South Florida with the new Florida Bank

strate the value (if any) and enduring quality of such type would defeat him on three counts, Port St. Joe, which Is to open ON
hat tie and cross-state canal.There's soon. Mr. Toffalete has been with CONVENIENT
of government. The experiment should intensely interesting TERMS Y
f prove Jess Tarrlsh. Harold the Florida Bank group several

to future generations. Culre Speatiard Holland. Mark years. While here he la stopping -----------

A The history of the human race has been the record of a Wilcox, John Martin, n. F. Paty, at the Magnolia Hotel. LET US CHANGE YOUR low toST...

series of experiments in government. Whatever system is Kroncla Whltehalr Raleigh! Pette- OIL t +
way V. P. Miller and a numberof Trees TrimmedThe 5 Qt!. Pure Pennsylvania A fsry
tried, the final test of its merit will revert to the type of others who should not be discounted ancient and massive oak Oil THS CCC3VE/

men in charge. With the right kind of men in charge almost ; any of 'em could upsetan tree a surrounding courthouse 1,

:' any system of government would work.It applecart.My square are being trimmed and ': 89ci !! fi Motor

is inconceivable, however, that today's dictatorships, guess Is the customers will repaired this week under: the '' Register
prefer a young man but not too rection of J. H. Fields. Many dl-I'i
with their present leaders will outlive the democracies. It rating. a business man rather than the trees had rotten or rotting I ROAD SEIH1CITelephone

isn't hard to guess which type of government will be surviving \ (politician and they'll want to 'Mmh" on them which are being Western Auto Associate Store tOSi

when students read their history books twenty or !hear more horse-sense and less removed. This Ls the first atten-
:aooey when the ahoutin' starts. IfI tion they have received in several. STARKE FLORIDA fLC
thirty years from now. I hear anything I'll let you know. ye n. ,, Y. S. ST. JOHN Owner I 1| STAHKC. -
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