Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wished 177 "-; we should quietly hear both fides. "Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner


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PA ."BREAKS. THE ICE" County Levy May

NED Fight Against Shorts BRINGS IN

Be Slightly Less

NEW CUT Y! 91I ONLY $60,000 i x I

Commissioners Estimate ExpensesFor

oreE.tpected To Be" Same Gross Last Year Fiscal Year Beginning

On Half The T Yrr October First
Laid off By
AcreageBradford -

August 30 Indication that Bradford Coun- I stables -___________ 50.OO'

County's.1939 tobacco ty's tax levy for 1940 will be o Witness Fees _________ 750.00:
fectlve uesday, 99 WPA Juror's Payroll _______ 200.00
season became history this week slightly less than that for 1938
frjln Biadtord County were Feeding and Care of

ellef rolls In ac- with the closing of warehouses at was contained In the temporary Prisoners. ______.____ 1,000.00
d from Lake City and Live Oak and the budget for the new year as estimated Other Law Hnforcement
I i iP
with the law passed I
ce estimate that OS percent of the by the County Commlstdon- Expenses _______-, ___ 250.00
all relief
re8B requiring crop here has been sold to date. ers at a meeting held in the courthouse Reserved for Contingencies -

I", on WPA continuously for One word "disappointing" Monday. ____ __________ 100.00

nths,, '<> be laid! off for 30 0{ Traffic Patrol ____ ___.., 1,50000
Marshall A. L.
seemed to characterize the season, Anticipated expenditures for

Furtho, ill persona so laid I'I Alvarez has had although many growers' anticipated 1939-40 reach a total of $120.479.- Total ____________ ____ $9,380.00'I
ust wail until the 30 days I i a lively summer low prices as the result of over- 00. while those for the year which .Igrlrultitml Fund

L before reapplying for I trying to enforce production and poor quality of will end on October 1 amounted I
i Announces For 1910A. I County Agent' Salary $1,320.00Reserved
|and nave to then be entirely,I[ modesty on the leaf.With to 12990000. I for Contingencies -

Lied a red tape matter i;streets of Starke. practically the entire crop J. Griffin, superintendent of Principal Increases In the new and Emergencies 30.OO

It Situated 6 miles already marketed. It Is believed public Instruction, broke the political budget were for the following -..- -

met, dragging over' a period I from popular that Bradford's 500,000 pounds of Ice this week with.the an- Items: Expense of election from Total _________ _____ $1,350.00

l-ieral\ months Klngsley La k e tobacco (previously estimated at nouncement that he 1 18 definitely $600 to $1.500; operation of the Mother' reunion Fund:

e Starke armory was hardest I the business section 600,000 pounds) has brought a candidate for re-election to the county health clinic from $620 to Mother's Pension Allow-

if,t the eight WPA projects here is enlivened growers $60,000 approximatelythe position which he has held for $1.000; donations to WIPA! and ance ______________,__ 1800.00
JIB operation In this county, I dally same gross return as was realized three terms other governmental organizations --- -

iiy! was the last workingr with the picturesque I sa last year when acreage In a communication to .the Tel- from $1.450 to $3,230; mothers' Total ___.._____________ $1,800.00
25: of the 44 men employ- costumesof was less than half of that planted egraph, Mr. Griffis stated: pension allowances, from $987.03 Bond t Bridge Aliiliitriumce Fund:

avlng only 19 on the Job. summer colo luring the season just closed. The "Please allow me space in your to $1,800; county road anti bridge County Road & Bridge

Ji e! Lawtey road project lost nists. Early In \ gross return for this year Is fig- paper for a short announcementto maintenance from $8,341,62 to Maintenance ________ 10000.00

[4 of the 51 men employed the season May }f'Vf.* ured on a 12c average. the public. This is to inform ,$10,000.

leaving 47 to carry on theM or W. E. Middle- ',-: It Is generally conceded that my friends und the public at large Principal reductions wore as Total _________n__-__ $10,000.00

c nil very lightly was ton announced :..y:; growers will approve restrictions that I will be a candidate for Superintendent follows: Payment of outstanding Road I A Ilililge llondl Intercut Jt

Law'ley sewing room whichred that shorts for : .- ..... IA tor next season when the times of Public Instructionof I "ndeblednesafrom $1,800 to $600; bunking Fund

the JOBS of only 3 work- women and .. .. comes around again to vote on Bradford County in the primary witness fees, from $1,200 to $750: ; Interest & Sinking Requirements -
li It,t of 12 I:.! employed leaving 9 "hangin g- o u t" .' .. ..... ', "" .naiketlng quotas. May 1940. My reason for road and bridge, bond Interest and ________ $65,000.00
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a with lobs. The reason a..g D. 1. f n., men ----,- --- making this announcement at sinking fund, from $78,866 to -
i few being cut off on they were tabu. Hence MRS. TURNER this time Is that I have been ap- ; $63.000.: Total ________________ $63,00000

projects Is because of the '-I '.. ... "' proached as to whether or not I Following are the minutes of Ratio Truck, Fund

ithat many workers on both 1 company ing RITES HELDThe would be a candidate for State the meeting at which the budget Amount Payable to Boardof

ets had Initiative enough to I (Upper left) Three young ladles all In shorts many friends in Bradfordand Senator from Bradford and Union I was adopted, and an Itemized list Public Instruction 11760.00

private employment during automobile and head for a'' Union Counties in said election. As my of county expenses' as estimatedfor
from Counties of Mrs
Lit strawberry season, reing disembark an Mary life's work has been in the the new fiscal : Total ___...,_-________-- 11760.00
local Still on a side street they make Elizabeth Turner, 85 wife of the
to WPA only when ouch grocery. schools and I am not a politician, IT WAS THEREUPON RE-
before turning onto Call. late W. T Turner, will regret to I The Hoard then took up the
minor adjustments therefore I shall be candidate
over, a
nal employment was SOLVED that the Clerk of the
matter of
estimate of
hear of her death making an
Monday morn-
|the 18 months ruling applies (Upper right They cross the street, two of ng at the home of her daughter for County Superintendent" of the necessary expenses of the Circuit Court be directed to have
to continuous WPA employ- them holding hands-presumably as protection Bradford County. made
J ) Mm Joe Dowling, in Live Oak. County for the fiscal year from the foregoing estimates as
Most Lawtey clients have against the "heavy" traffic. The Telegraph's services' Thinking that other "Ins" might October 1, 1939, to and including by the Board of County Commissioners -

ifore received "continuous I cameraman lurked behind a nearby automobileto Funeral were held in wish to express themselves on the September 30 1940, and having published In a newspapern'

|ojment) only\since last May. get these shots.' Lake City Wednesday afternoon atioul' subject, the Telegraph asked all considered the receipts estimatedby I | taLe County by one insertion;
o'clock from the Wilson Funeral
officials the following
c hardest hit project accord- (Center) Advised of the city' camplgn against ) Home and burial was In the county the Clerk and having given full and a copy thereof properly certified
"Will bo candi-
question: a
io percentage employed was I shorts,. two .of the girls break Into a run- .so cemetery there: Dr. Halstend date for re-election-you 1n 1940?", consideration of the needs and 0 forwarded( to the Comptroller
of the State of Florida.IT .
lampton sewing room wherethe necessity of the and the
fast that the camera failed to stop their action;; pastor of the Lake City Baptist with the following results. I County
11 laid off, requirements for the different WAS ORDKRED
women were FURTHER
!hence the blur. The third girl refuses to loseher Church, officiated.Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J. .
only 4 with work. Starke purposes "to meet the expenses by the Board that a meeting will
All three reached the automobile Turner's husband preceed- Thomas: "Yes."
g room Unit One had 13 poise. I 0 during the said fiscal year, have be held September 4th., A. D.
ed her in death Sheriff O. Andreu "Yen."
by only eight A. :
j without being'apprehended.
irs dismissed, retaining 8 of determined and (do hereby de- 1939 at which time a permanent
starts months. He died Tuesday Dec- Judge K. K. PI"I'ryman: ,
rlglnal! 21 women, and Starke : (Lower right) Charles Fender localite. County clare the following to be the estimated Budget will be adopted for the
ember 20 also at the home of Mrs. "Yes." I
Two sewing room had 18 I 1 for a music lesson in one of the heretofore for. 0 expensed and all special Fiscal Year 19391940.
e Dowling.Mr. Tax ,Assessor E. W. Hayes:
women discharged leaving i bidden shirts. So widespread has this fad beI and extraordinary expenses contemplated There being no further business
i. I I come that attempts to hold It in check have r and Mrs. Turner lived and "Yes. for the year from ad- the Board adjourned.
Tax Collector C. A. Knight:
farmed on their place just this
Starke road project lost 18 practically been abandoned. "Yes." valorem taxation and estimated I A. J. Thomas, Clerk.
(under the ruling, and has 61 Following complaints from business men, who side of Long Bridge for many receipts from other sources which I L. L. Conner Chairman.
I years and were very well known I will be available:
e original 79 still working. drive was costing them moneyI I I .
l said the modesty here. As both were over 80 years
raham sewing o;>om now has in shorts,- -- I FIRST MATCHESPLAYED nuuo-r 11)8"-1910
I (evidently, if some people jcan't shop of age they discontinued house
mea receiving work out of GrnemlCalarle Fund FALL TRUCK
play suits, et cetera, are now O.
they won't shop at all), suits sun keeping three yearn ago and lived
8 .
received notices.o I K. Only bathing suits (which some vacationists Insist on wearing to with, their children since that 'County C o m-
laid off under the ruling I time. I mUsloners $1,800.00 URGED
town) are still forbidden.
JMIss Ruth Johnson, super- Salary Clerk Circuit

of women's work projects )In Court ___-hU_____ 900.00 '
County, and the local WPA Sheriff Attendance o n 'BY GENTRY

r, Julius Royal colored 3 Less Teachers For: B.H.S.I -- !, Commissioners 52.OO

: lay-offs covered* 48 men and Attorney for County -
Single Finals To Be

omen eave 127 workers men In and the 164 county wom- Traditional opening day exercises I please see me so 1 may write fora required. Last year we added I Run Off Sunday Commissions Commissioners and-""eesTax 30.00 Manager Says Ready

with Monday transcript of credits! In orderto some 150 books to the entire Assessor IMO.OO Sale Can lie
|ill working: on'WPA, a total will be dispensed I Afternoon ,
properly on the school and this year we have
when Bradford register you Commissions and Fees
t of the September 4. Found
f n receiving original relief 263 men employ-and County High School opens for its55th opening day. I will be in the ready received better than 2 ai-I Play In the, County Tennis Tax Collector ________ 1,50000: -
| each be- With these additions shall
office day we
1.000 high school Maintenance
Court House
term. Since nearly Tournament got' under way Wed J, L. Gentry, of the
A. M. and 3:30 fall short than 300 books. manager
9 o'clock more
to matriculate __._ 35000
Bmost students are expected nesday with four spirited matches State Farmers' Market here I Is
t to as many more are exffl and the seating capacity of o'clock P. M., beginning/ August "It la impossible for the county i being run off during the after Janitor __ 540.00Lights urging growers to plant truck
discharged under
U months I! the school's auditorium is only ,i 21 and may be contacted during to provide all these books because : Fuel and Water- 750.00 crops Immediately for the fall
| ruling noon.In
on AugustAll there those hours. Insurance .
this number the Junior division N. 300.00
one-third of financial condttiona. Last I -- market. He states that a ready
needing relief would hardly be room for very l "We have had," he continued, Itltch defeated Bobby Biggs In T'I Incidentals ._ 1,10000
I and who are certified will I year inaugurated/ the use of I sale can be found In October and
I little trouble many students to say nothing of ,, "several requests for entrance ex- hotly contested match 3-4, 7-5 Supervisor of Registration 36000 November for beans, beet, car-
< now In obtaln- students who the fee system in high school,I ____
the parents and patrons, E. aminations from 6-3. Kxpenae of Election l, OO.OO and
POsitions I rots, rutabagas, okra, turnips
out a dozen on WP an"d A and women so Williams principal for the L.I have been studying during the each child paying 29 cents per' Nina Bishop, the only girl en- Legal Advertising and and he Is calling on all Bradford

been added to men the rolls since ing year, said yesterday. summer. We'' plan to give those semester into the library fund. trant, then took the court and Expenses' -..- __ 20000 County farmers to get busy and

'y. Students are expected to report examinations Monday September With the money collected last t proceeded to administer a 6-3, Administrative Supplle s plant now so that the market here
M. 4, beginning at 1 o'clock P. M., 5-7. 6-4lacing to Jack Halle. and Expenses 800.00
{ for enrollment at 9 o'clock A. we paid for all books ordered ,, will be able to supply the demand
reach 18 months ofUOUs enrollment and all students who plan to take Emmett Perryman whipped L. Indexing 25000
class this fall.There .
and registration, In full. We had hoped that we I
employment on WPA examinations please make Court House Furnitureand
details will these M. Gaines In another close match
will assignments and other could get along without using the has been little activity at
discharged for per- M. when application to me for same before I 7-5. 7-5. Fixtures ___+___ 660.00Feat .
<'' al i ( continue until 11:30: A. fee system tbls year but find itl I the market since the first of July
east 30 t 2
days and have Saturday. September so we The final match In the junior and Gouts Clerk
pupils will be dismissed for impossible and it seems to be the j although small Iota of pea and;
entirely 'I
recertified before Regular' may know definitely how manyto i division saw Hugh Ingram out Circuit Court 400.00
remainder of the day. most democratic way for the pepper are still being brought la
reemployed. No one atat I Tuesday at 8-; expect." I last Olin White, Jr., 3-6. 6-3 14- Maintenance Jail (Repairs -
In (the classes will begin student who have access to the dally.
state of Florida can Much the same curriculum will I 12. ) _:_ 200.00
r.tltled l M there is no agency 30 A. M.The be offered this year as last and It school library to do their part in I'' In the senior division George Inquest (Cor.) 300.00 The manager stated that material '
''Rating high school building has adding new books to It. I to be used In construction of a
[ cases at this time. Is planned to offer a combinationcourse Manassa licked Buddy Bishop 6-1. Furniture and Fixturesfor
I undecided whether WPA or been thoroughly scrubbed In general music and glee "We have been informed by the : 6-0 In a match that was much Jail 100,00 cooling plant at the market plat-
rate of the rooms painted. All State Board of Education that form has been ordered, and that
Welfare Board will I most club work, elective for Junior and closer tharK the score would In- Insanity Inquests or In-
the I Inquiries relative to cer- desks have been examined, repaired senior These classes will Bradford High School wUl remain 1 I dicate. quires _. 200.00 work will probably get under wayon

tlnn In the future. and repainted, and the oil meet two groups.days a week, having a on the accredited lint of schools T. K. McClane took the measureof General Welfare __n __ 2,000.00 this project as soon a* sufficient -

..._ long considered a nuisance, has definite place on the class sched- If we remedy the library condl- Garland Godwin 6-3. 75. I Operation of a County WPA labor Is available. The
removed from the floors I tlon just as rapidly as possible." llmerock paving around the mar.
been This will eliminate the old E. K. Perryman and At Mana Clinic 1,000 00Contingencies
'a. Minton Dies with oil remover. The floors of ule.method of a shifting schedule I Mr. Williams Issuetf a state- sa were all square In their match, and Emergencies ket has been treated with oil, and

eras! l services for Mrs. A. W. the primary building have been which conflicts with other classes 1 anent to the parents and patrons each having won a act when I .-_------ 867.OO the top dressing of slag 1 Ia now

n' were held In Plant City waxed. I Mr. Williams aald. A one-half a* follows: "It !.'our aim to do darkness Organ to interfere. Man Payment of Outstanding being applied,'

"u August) 7. She died the Principal Williams stated that I credit will be awarded for .atl.- our best to serve the needs of the as- later defaulted; upon discovery Indebtedness 600.00 Mr. Gentry stated that conversation -

tro.g Kjay at her home there, there would be one less teacher I, factory participation in thl* children of Bradford County. We I of a broken toe. Donation to W. I'. A. and with growers have led

*f cancer. In the elementary department and course. Invite you to visit the school) Semi-final In both division other Governmental Organizations him to believe that there wilt be

Minton was a native of I two lees in the high school and school library Is more whenever possible, and we shall were started yesterday afternoon on Relief at least "half a crop" of pecan

Q and J besides her husband ( that In order to equalize the load The 300 high books short of the mini- be very happy to have you." I and will continue this afternoon. Project 3.230.00 this fall and that he hopes the

Ved 1 cy a son. Deward and 'I on all teachers it Is planned to than allowed by the Departmentof One of the addition to the Finals are scheduled for Sunday ---- quantity will be sufficient to justify

htr Odessa, both' of Plant' have complete class rolls posted mum Education for an accredited school is the athletic field southof at 4 p. m.Doubles. j Total _no-uu------ 21189.00 a continuance of the pecan auc-

her r.; ther F. S. Fowler a 1 on doorways of each class room. Mr. Williams stated. "U the building. It has been: matches will be started Fine Knclorr..ltu..." Fund tions which were Inaugurated last

..r t Fowler. both ofllr.K The teacher will also be furnisheda school school is to be rated as a standard leveled off and lighting facilitiesfor next week. Salary and Fees Prosecuting year. "Growers may be assured

or "IT Cwo sisters' Mrs. I' list of pupils who are to be in a accredited school by the Stateof night games are to be Instal -.--- Attorney $750.00 that pecan buyers or their representatives -

I7.. a Prescott Brooker and her room. And should anyone Florida, one minimum require- led. The tall 52-foot poles sup Big Pullet Egg Fees and Costs County will be on the market

\lIlerl1 Ginn, River Junc- have difficulty finding his room. ment is that each elementary porting the flood lights were a Mallie i'revatt of Lawtey last Judge _____________-_ 800.00 this fall" Mr. Gentry said.

I special messengers for such servIce class be provided with 50 readable gift to the school from L. O. week exhibited two pullet egg Fee and Cost Sheriff 3.000,00 L. L. Conner ha been named

d ceased: was well-known tom will be found In the office. books. In high school the library Powell. which together weighed 5 3-4 j I Bailiff" 300.00 chairman of the steering committee "

frier this county, and I To any new high school stu- must have at least books per B. K. S., expects to turn out a ounces. They came from a 6- I Sheriff Commission on In charge of directing affairs -

f msaei bv those who en- dents who have moved to Starke pupil enrolled." first rate football squad this year month*-old white Leghorn who Fines Collected ...--__ 200.00 of the market. He succeedsC.

her frequent visits here. during the BUmmer "please see "Our school fall under the leadership of coach lay one everyday-, Mr. Prevatt Guard at Jail 480.00 H. Nan worthy who resigned at
oil a Member of the Misslondptlet that you have your credits com- far He short continued of the minimum number i I John Whittemore. I taid. j Fees and Costs Con the last meeting of the group. ,i ;
said. "If not
ChurCh, plele" Mr. Williams ,

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lashed is 7 7 "- ; we should quietly hear both tide "Goethe E. T.. Matthews Editor and Owner


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& RANKS City Wages Unsuccessful TOBACCO CROP "BREAKS, CRIFFISI THE ICE" I:I County Levy May

Fight Against ShortsMarshall i!

INEDCUT Be Slightly Less u

ONLY $60,000

Commissioners Estimate Expenses

To Be- Same Gross Last 'Year For Fiscal Year Beginning
lore Expected .t
On Half The t'v' October First

Laid off By I AcreageBradford '

rlu911S130 Indication that Bradford County's stables _________-_ 50.OO

County's.1939 tobacco tax levy for 1940 will be Witness Fees ?___._____ 750.00
tactlve Tuesday, 99 WPA this Juror's Payroll _____.__ 200.00
became week
season history slightly less than that for 1938
In Bradford County were Feeding and Care of
r5 from ellef rolls in ac- with the closing of warehouses at was contained In the tempoiarybudget Prisoners ______.____ 1000.00
d : Lake City and Live Oak, and the arTi for the new year as estimated Other Law Enforcement
jace with the law passed by | 1. r
estimate that 95: percent of the by the County Commissioners Expenses ___________ 250.00
requIring all relief i,
s. crop here has been sold to date. at a meeting held in the court- Reserved for Conting-

f, on Wl'A continuously :for I I Ii encies ____ __________ 100.00
I One word "disappointing, house
nlb r(. lie laid off for 30 ;I Traffic Patrol ____ ----t 1,600.00
A. L. deemed to characterize the season Anticipated expenditures for

Furthc- ill persona so days'i laid j jUBt I Alvarez has hada I although many growers' anticipated 1939-40 reach a total of 120479. Total ____________ ____ 9380.00-'-
wall mill the 30 lively summer low prices as the ;i'esult of over- 00 while those for the year which Agricultural Fund"

e-applylng :for 'production and poor quality of will end October 1 amountedto
p beCot" i | trying to enforce Jyy.sMryw Announces For 19JO on County Agent's Salary $1,320.00
jiind nave to then be entirely [modesty on the I leaf 129.90600 Reserved for Contingencies -

lifted, a red tape matter I streets of Starke. With practically the entire crop A. J. Griffin, superintendent! of Principal Increased in the new and Emergencies 30.00).
Situated 6 miles already marketed. It Is believed public instruction, broke the political budget were for the following ----

limes dragging over a period from popular that Bradford's 500,000 pounds of Ice this week with.the an- Items: Expense of election, from Total u________ _____ 1350.00
l\eral months, Kingsley La k e tobacco (previously estimated at nouncement that he is definitelya $600 to $1.500; operation of the Mother's I'ennloii Fund"

> Starke armory was hardestf the business sec 600,000 pounds) has brought candidate for re-election to the county health clinic, from $620 to Mother's Pension, Allow-

the eight WPA projects 'I tion here Is enlivened i growers $60,000 approximatelythe position which he has held for $1,000; donations to wPA: and ance __u____________ $1,800.00
fin operation in this county. ', dally same gross return as was realized three terms other governmental organizations,

Bay was the last working with the picturesque I last year when acreage In a communication to Abe Tel from $1,150: to $3,230; mothers' Total ___.._____________ $1,800.00
!Ir, 25 of the 44 men employing costumes was less than half of that planted egraph, Mr. Griff stated: pension allowances, from $987.05to Bond V: Bridge Alulntriuuire Fund

only 19 on the job of summer colo luring the season Just closed. The "Flense allow me space ire your $1,800; county road and bridge County Road & Bridge

e Lawtey road project lost nists. Early i In gross return for this year is fig- paper for a short announcementto maintenance, from $8,31162 to Maintenance ____u__ 10000.00

84 of the 81 men employed, I the season Mayor ured on a 12c average. the public This is to inform $10,000. -- --

J leaving 47 to carry on the W. E Middle- 'r It is generally conceded that my friends and the public at large; Principal reductions were as Total ____________uu $10,000.00 i
Alai hit very lightly was I ton announced 41r' I Ir growers will approve restrictionstor that I will be a candidate for Sup- follows: Payment of outstanding hoed A midge' lloud Interest &

Law ley sewing loom whiched that shorts for next season when the times' erintendent of Public Instruction ndebtednoHS, from $1,800 to $600; Sinking Fund

| the loss of only 3 women and comes around again to vote on of Bradford County in the primary witness fees, from $1,200 to $730: ; Interest & Sinking Re-

].t of U: employed, wOI'k-1 "harvgin g o u t" . I marketing quotas.' May 1940 My reason for road and bridge bond Interest and quirements ________ $6 ,Ooo.00
In with lobs The ahlrfft for -men---- -- ---- making this announcement at sinking fund, from $78,866 to -. -

i few being cut off on I were tabu. Hence MRS. TURNER this time Is that I have been approached $65.000. Total ________________ $65,000.00
jiy projects Is because of the ]I the dramatic little story pictured In the accompanying as to whether or not I Following ore the minutes of Race Track Fund

jttint many workers on both 1 1Its photographs: RITES HELDThe would be a candidate for State the meeting at which the budget Amount Payable to Board

hud initiative enough to | Senator from Bradford and Union and itemized list of Public Instruction $11,760.00
(Upper left) Three young ladles, all In shorts, many friends in Bradfordand was adopted, an
j employment during' Counties in said election. As my -
private of estimated(
county as
automobile and head for a
i.ist strawberry season, rejig disembark from an Union Counties of :Mrs Mary life's work has been in the for the new fiscal : Total ___.._________ ___ 11760.00
local grocery Still on a side street, they make Elizabeth Turner, 85, wife of the year
to WP.\ only when such schools and I am not a politician, IT WAS THEREUPON RE
before turning onto Call. t late W T. Turner, will regret to The Hoard then took up the
over, minor adjustments therefore, 1 shall be a candidate
jnal employment was SOLVED that the Clerk of the
matter of making an estimate of
ihe 18 months ruling appliesto (Upper rlghtj They cross the street, two of hear of her death Monday morn- for County Superintendent of the of the Circuit Court be directed to have
ng at the home of her daughter, necessary expenses
continuous WPA employ- them holding hands-presumably as protection Bradford County." the estimates made
County for the fiscal from foregoing as
Mrs. Joe Dowllng, In Live Oak. year
Most Lawtey clients haveore against the "heavy" traffic, The Telegraph's Thinking that other ''ins" might October 1, 1939, to and including by the Hoard of County Commissioners 4
received "continuous cameraman lurked behind a nearby automobileto Funeral were held In wish to express themselves on the September 30, 1940, and having published in a newspaper

yment'' only since last May. get these shots.' Lake City Wednesday afternoon at i, subject! the Telegraph asked all considered the receipts estimatedby the County by one Insertion; a
lour o'clock from the Wilson Fun-
hardest hit accords county officials the following the Clerk \\I.n' a copy thereof, properly cer-
; project (Center) Advised of the city's camplgn against and having given full
eral Home burial in the
and : was question: "Will "be .a, candidate -
you forwarded to the Comptroller
percentage employed, was consideration of the needs! and
break Into.Ii runsoi
shorts. two of girl" there. Dr. Halstead, In "
cemetery for re-Vlection 1940 ? ,
lampion of the State of Florida.
sewing room where necessities of the and the
action County
I fast that the camera failed to stop their ; pastor of the Lake City Baptist with. the followlrig result*.
[the 11 women were laid off, requirements for the different IT WAS FURTHER ?RDKRED!
hence the blur. The third girl refuses to lone j! Church, officiated.Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J.
jig only 4 with work. Stark automobile1 purposes "to meet the expenses by the Board that a meeting will
All three reached the Turner's husband "
Thomas "Yes.
is room Unit One had 13 her poise. preceed- : during the said fiscal 1 year, have be held September 4th., A D.
I 1 ed her in death eight Sheriff A. O. Andieu "Yen."
i without being'apprehended j by only ; :
jera dismissed, retaining 8 determined and do hereby de- 1939 at which, time a permanent
Iglnal 21 women, and Starke : (Lower right) Charles Fender locallte starts 1 months. He died Tuesday Dec- County Judge E, K. Perryman: clare the following to be the estimated Budget will be adopted for the

Two sewing room had 18 for a music lesson In one of the heretofore forbidden -: ember 20, also at the home of Mrs. "Yes." expenses and all special I Fiscal Year 1939-1940.

women discharged, leaving shirts. So widespread has this fad be-!s Dowllng. Tax" Assessor. E. W Hayes: and extraordinary expenses" con There being no further businessthe

come that attempts to hold It in check have] r Mr. and Mis Turner lived and "Yes. templated for the year from ad- Board adjourned.
farmed their this Tax Collector C A, Knight:
s Starke road project lost 18 practically been abandoned. I on just valorem taxation t and estimated A. J. Thomas, Clerk.

|under the ruling, and has 61 Following complaints from business men, who I side of Long Bridge for many "Yes. receipts from other .sources which L, L. Conner, Chairman.
I years and were very well known --' will be available: .
T9 |
original still
working. said the modesty drive was costing them money '
raham sewing rpom now has |i If some people an't shop In shorts,I here. As both were over 80 years FIRST MATCHESPLAYED IHJIMJKT: IU39-IUWOenersl
(evidently, of age, they discontinued: housekeeping FALL TRUCK
men work out of Fund
receiving they won't shop at all), play suits, sun suits, et cetera, are now O. three years ago and lived
ce 8 received notices. I Ia
Calories: 'County C o mmlssloners -
K. Only bathing suits (which some vacationists Insist on wearing to with their children since that
laid off under the ruling j I forbidden. time. I __ _____ $1,800.00 URGED
town) are still
J !Miss Rut)} Johnson, super-i I Salary Clerk Circuit

Jof women's work projects In Court ___.....__ ._______ 900.00 '
{county, and the local WPA IN TOURNAMENT Sheriff Attendance o n 'BY GENTRY

r, Julius Royal, 'colored. I'3 Less Teachers For B.H.S.I .- Commissioners ______. 5200

layoffs covered" 48 men and Attorney for CountyCommissioners -
meD workers in -,' Single Finals To Be _______ 30.00
the j
pave 121 men and 164 county worn-,I. Traditional opening day exercises -I please see me so I may write forI ,required. Last year we added Run Off Sunday Commissions and Fees Manager Saysleady'

[ill working on WPA, a total I II )' will be dispensed with Monday I I a transcript of creJlts: in orderto I. some 150 books to the entire Afternoon Tax Assessor ________ 1,500,00 Sale Can Be
I properly on the school and this year we have al
I of the original 263 and September 4. when Bradford register you Commissions and Fees Found
I will be In the ready' received better than 20.: _____ _
n receiving relief employ- County High School opens for UsfXSth opening day. Play In they County Tennis Tax Collector u 1,50000
1,000 high school office each day be- With these additions we shall still Maintenance Court house
term. Since nearly Tournament go\ under way Wednesday J. L. Gentry, of the
oat> students are expected to matricu- tween 9 o'clock A. M. and 3:30: fall short more than 300 books. with four spirited matches ____________ ._..._ 350.00, State Farmers' Market manager here, in
1 to t>( many discharged more are undermonths ex- late and the seating capacity of I o'clock P. M.. beginning: August "It Is impossible for thn countyto being run off during the after Janitor _____ ... __ __ 540.OO urging growers to plant truck

8 I the school's auditorium is only: 21 and may be contacted during provide all these books because Lights Fuel and Water. 750.00: crop Immediately for the' fall

ruling on August I one-third this number, there those hours. noon.In the Junior division N T. Insurance _,_ -,_ __ __,____ 30000
AU persons relief I of financial conditions Lastyear market. He states that a ready
I and who are needing certified will t.would hardly be room for very "We have had" he continued we Inaugurated: the use of I Stitch defeated Bobby Hlggs in1 Incidentals 'H __,__ 1,10000 sale can be found in October and

I little many students, to suy nothing of "several requests for entrance hotly contested match 3-6, 7-5, Supervisor of Registration 36000 I November for beans, beets, car
trouble now in obtain-' L. students ex-I the fee system In high school -. of Election ___.
E 1,500.00
the parents and patrons, aminations from 0-3. Expense
|po itions! on WPA, and rota, rutabagas, okra, and turnips
a dozen and wotxie.n Williams, principal for the com have been studying during each child paying 25 cents per, Nina Bishop, the only girl en- Legal 1 Advertising and and he Is caUing on all Bradford

Jteen added to men the rolls since ing year, said yesterday. summer. We plan to give those semester into the library fund. trant, then took the court and Expenses -__ -_- .__ -. ZOO.00 County farmers to get busy and

ay. Students are expected to report examinations Monday September With the money collected last( proceeded to administer a 6-3, Administrative Supplle plant now so that the market here
M., 4, beginning at 1 o'clock P. M.I I 3-7, 6-4 to Jack Halle. and Expenses. ________ 800.00
j for enrollment at 9 o'clock A. for all books ordered .lacing will( be able to supply the demand
workers .each 18 months of year we paid __ ____
class enrollment, and all students who plan to take I Emmett Perryman whipped L. Indexing -u -hU 25000 this fall.There .
and registration in full. We had hoped that we I
jououa employment on WPA details will these examinations please make M Gaines In another close match, Court House Furnitureand
will Dt discharged assignments and other could get along without using the" ___ has been little activity at
for per- to me for same before 17- Fixtures +. 660.00
when application .
Vf at days and have for the Saturday. September 2, so we The final match in the Junior Fees and Costs Clerk
will be dismissed it to be the although small lots of and
and seems
Impossible peas
entirely recertified before know definitely how many division saw Hugh Ingram out Circuit Court _______. 40000
J'emalnderof the day. Regular I may most democratic way for the I pepper are still being brought In
reemployed. No one at I 'Tuesday at 8-: to expect." I last Olin White, Jr., 3-6. 6-3, 14- Maintenance Jail (Repairs -
|nt In 'ht state of Florida can classes will begin curriculum will students who have access to the I 12. ) .?__,____: ___ 200.00 dally.

'fled' fill there la no agency I 30 A. bLThe Much the this same as last and itl school library to do their part in In the senior division George Inquests (Cor.) ________ 300.00 The manager stated that mater-
Rating( cases at this time. I high school building has be offered to offer year a combinationcourse J adding new books to It. I Manassa licked Buddy Bishop Furniture and Fixtures ial to be used in construction of a

I undecided whether WPA or' been thoroughly scrubbed and is planned In general music and glee "We have been Informed by the 6-0 In a match that was 6-1,1 for Jail ______________ 100.00 cooling plant at the market plat- w
P tate Welfare Board will) moat of the rooms painted. All elective for Junior and I State Board of Education that | closer thahS the score would In- Insanity Inquests or In- form has been ordered and that
J the Inquiries relative to cer- desks have been examined, repaired club These classes will Bradford High School will remain)I I dicate. quires ______________- 200.00 work will probably get under wayon
lion in repainted, and the oil, senior groups 'I list of schools this project an soon as sufficient -
the future. and two days a week, having a' on the accredited T, K. McClane took the measure General Welfare ____ __ 2000.00
-1 long considered a nuisance, has definite place on the class schedule i if we remedy the library condi- of Garland Godwin 6-3 7-5. Operation of a County WPA labor 1s available The

UT8. teen removed from the floors will eliminate! the old tion just as rapidly as poselble! E. K. Perryman and Al Manassa Clinic __n___________ 1,000.00 llmerock paving around the mar-
Minton Dies The floors of This ket has been treated with oil and
with oil remover. of a shifting schedule Mr. Williams Isnuecr a state- were all square In their match, Contingencies and Emergencies ,
eral I services for Mrs. A. W the primary building have been method conflicts with other ment to the parents and patrons each having won a set when ________------ 66700 the top dressing of slag is now

11 1 were held in Plant City waxed. I which Mr. Williams said. A claslles.l mm follows: "It Is our aim to do darkness began to Interfere. Manu Payment of Outstanding being applied.Mr. t

August 7 She died the Principal Williams stated that credit will be awarded for 'our best to serve the needs of the later defaulted; upon discovery Indebtedness ____ ____ 600.00 Gentry stated that conversation
lug day at her home there, there would be one less teacherin j participation In 1.I children of Bradford County. We of a broken toe. Donation to W. P. A. and with growers have led
im Of cancer. the elementary department and factory latt"l(Invite you to visit the school Semi-finals In both divisionswere other Governmental Organizations him to believe that there will beat ?
Minton' was a native of I two less in the high school and I course Is more whenever possible, and we shall started yesterday afternoon on Relief least "half a crop" of pecan*

g h er aM besides her husband i that in order to equalize the load 1 The high school short library of the mini- be very happy to have you." I| and will continue this afternoon. I Projects _____,________ 3,230.00 this fall, and that he hopes the

ved by a lion, Deward, and !on all teachers it !is planned to than 300 books Departmentof One of the additions to the I Finals are scheduled for Sunday quantity will be sufficient to justify -
gbter rolls posted mum allowed by Total ___ ._______ __ continuance of the
Odessa, both'of Plant have complete class for an accredited school is the athletic field south at 4 p. m.Doubles. I H u 21189.00 a pecan auctions

,,,her '..th"r p S. Fowler, a'' on doorways of each class room. Education Mr. Williams stated. "If of the building. It has been | matches will be started Fine and Forfeiture FunlSalary which were inaugurated last .'
school '
r' L A Fowler, both of' The teacher will also be furnished is to be rated as a stand leveled off and lighting facilities I, next week and Fees Prose- year. "Growers may be assured
school .
P'f tT' two sisters Mrs. a list of pupils who are to be in a accredited school by the Stateof for night games are to be instal-, ----.--- cuting Attorney ______ $750.00Fees : that pecan buyers, or their representatives .

5 aaha Prescott. Brooker and her room. And should anyone ard minimum require- led. The tall 02-foot poles sup-I' Big Pullet Ego and Com County ,I will be on the market ,
Florida, one
merJI: Glum River Junc- have difficulty finding his room. Is that each elementary porting the flood lights were aj I Mallle Prevatt of Lawtey last Judge u_____________ 800.00 this fall," Mr. Gentry said. ;

special messengers for such serv-I ment be provided with 50 readable gift to the school from L G. week exhibited two pullet eggs Fees and Costs Sheriff $3,000.00 I L. L. Conner has been named

dec aaej was well-known to Ice will be found in the class books In high school; the library Powell. which together weighed S 3-4 I Ballifh __ ___________ 300.00 chairman of the steering committee .

foam ; ,? this county and 'I, To any new high school students -i must have at least 5 books per II. H S., expects to turn out a ounces. They came from a 6- Sheriff's Commission, on In charge of directing affairs E
f e 101>8Be<> by those who' en-' who have moved to Starke enrolled." first rate football squad this year months-ohl wt.lte Leghorn who Fines Collected -.200.00 of the market He succeedsC.

her frequent visits here. during the summer "please see, pupil "Our school falls under the leadership of coach lays on. every day, Mr Prevatt Guard at Jail -...____ 48000 H. Nasworthy who resigned at r
at s -' He continued: and Costs last meeting of the .
member credits complete said. Fees Con the group.i
of the Mission.t that you have your of the minimum number I John. Whlttemor ( I
'ptiat Church ." Mr Williams said. "U not far t t ,
i ii j

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,rCI'QoI. ..
at Jacksonville paper published in said County and I filed
i is In the hospital ,
Her friends wish her a speedy This 5th.. 1930.OFFICIAL ",' D
I August
Of the 56 members of the Con- fly Mm. L. L. Parker I b. 1"0 Uta
Clipped I Moat useful and least spectacular from her Illness. ( BRAD A. Thomas mbrat s''1 "
who the recovery Circuit 'ourt. I (< "
tinental Congress signed of all federal relief measures Clerk
I Morris Johns of the Heilbron Uy J. K. Kelly Deputy Clerk. prol'erl."h'.
Declaration of Independence after The Miss Henrie May Eddie '
Is the Civilian Conservation Corps. Jan. .'. 2.1 Main :
N. .alrr. St.. Jacksonville I 'I .
--- -- Its adoption on July 4, 1776 It has But for this well-conceived and who waa killed in Rio de Janerlo section was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida, Solicitor for Com Quart Nor,./"j, .: .1. :'A3:I

InD'OU EVERVONDKK been said that not one of the ably-administered depar t m e n t. Sunday night when the Pan- I Ellery Sapp and family Sunday plainant. 8-11 4t 9-1 I Vest ",'),' ".' "/\

IIovv The Month Got Their fell from the high a afternoon. N"" .. ;I ,
signers ever most of the 2500.000 young men American plane crashed was NOtICE OK ELECtION: TownNh'1 ,.-. 1 1nf

?410flCS 1 estate to which that great act had war veterans. Indians and terri very dear friend of Mrs. R. T. Little Rudopf Sapp is visitinghis Starke I, W. Florida K. Mlddleton by virtue mayor of theauthority of I contain,i,II.], Itnlt( s,;:'1

elevated him." Hargraves here. She was on her uncle William Sapp and fam vented In The a. I
torials so far subjected to Its supervision me by law, dohereby rty ,?10',. ,
tn ancient Rome It was cua Among the 56 were many of must of necessity have way to visit Mrs. Hargraves Ily in Starke. at the city call an hall election In the to aforesaidtown be held I..d I WaN ": ,'NM

torn of the pontifex maxlmus to the notable figures of the early degenerated into lives of Idleness, father Dr. Rolfs, and Miss Clar Miss Hazel Whitehead of Pleas- by the qualified voter. on Malone I ,

proclaim (calare) the month on history of the United States. Two not issa Rolfs. visiting Mr. and Tuesday September 12. 1039 for the I Units..
Infrequently by ant Valley was purpose of electing the following redeem.Pronert.i,-.! "
the day of the new moon and announce of them Adams and Jefferson, '', careers of crime. During the six Mrs. Mae Saucer of Baldwin Mrs. L. L. Norman Saturday aft officers: ,i, ..1"' '"'"t .", 'I It'kJ!
old .
the festivals for that I reached the presidency. Benjamin years of its existence the CCC has was visiting her mother, Mrs. ernoon. One Mayor. I court t.114,,"i,h..,, cli.', -'"tifflrH! ,
1 1
"calendar"comes Two Aldermen.One
month. Our word Harrison became the fatherof transformed this vast army of John Clemons, last week-end. Mrs. Everyone Is urged to remember Clerk, Treasurer Tax Collector day 1639 in ,11,II.. ,1//r", ,
from calendae, meaning: the one President and the great potential down-and-outs Into 111 for and Tax Annvntior win:,/,, 1 ,
a Clemons has been very church services at Water Oak this temberIatt't 111',-Sj
first day of the Roman months. grandfather of another. The bold well-trained efficient One Marshall. I
organization some time. i II
and week-end. limpet-torn of said election: F. A. lObs. 1 t.. J
These months being: strictly signature of John Hancock who which has carried out successfully Mrs. O. E. last Scott A. H. Johns, and J. 1* Peek. (OFFJI'I"I (*'

literally lunar months it Is not signed first aa President of the throughout the nation McGauley spent lTHK ('0' HT OK TIIK ('Ot' TY In teatlnumy whereof I hereunto Clerk of 1 M, i,
week; with her sister Mrs. H. M. nubncrlbe my name and cause
"month"In t'OI'-'STl.
word tII"OitIJ
that lift County
surprising our Congress Is the most conspicloua more than 150 different type of Hinson in Gainesville.Mrs. JllMiti."'I.OHIU.l'IIOII.'rIoJ.. -- the seal of the Maid town to be here- -F, h,
derived from ancient forms cf feature if the original document. work ranging from forest fire IN HE: unto affixed, thin the Oth day of Ix: 'J'III' '.j'
the word "moon." Other Gene Long and daughter, JoJIJTATE OP R. S. HUMPHREY.NOTICB August. A. D. 1939.(01o'loICIAL 1':11.11'1'11 I'r (' liT
exceptionally prominent prevention to rescue and relief assistance deceased.F&AL. SEAL) W. K. Mlddleton, A JIIII'hL or
n '
In the calendar as we have it signers were Benjamin Franklin in times of widespread Betty, are visiting In Atlanta and Mayor. FI.OIIIU'Illt ltre \ 111111'
today. the first month of the Robert Morris, Dr. Benjamin tribulation and stress. In addition Athens, Georgia.Mr. Notice IH hereby will on given the 12th that day the Attest:i Carl Johns cur-11 Clerk.Ct II-a OF IN Tji.l X \ I.\11., "J r!) \\1'F.l1t.
and Mrs. Doc Lewis of Arcadia undersigned FLORIrA Tilt/ / .
year is called January. The name Rush, Samuel Adams Richard enrollees, according to a of October, A. 1> .193, prenent to C. L. H"It1'| ''i\

ia derived from Janus a figure In Henry Lee and Charles Carroll. I progress report Issued Sunday, allocated were visiting old friends the Honorable County Judge hla final of IVOTICM OK H.M.M Plalniirr1NA" I ,
here Mr. Lewis was a liradfcrd County, Florida Notice Is hereby given that the ".-
mythology, who presidedover Carroll was the last survivor and sunday. of
Roman to dependents out of basic return, account and voucher United State of America will Mull A % ) ': '
all beginnings. He was represented lived 60 years after the adoptionof cash allowances of $30 a month barbed here 18 years ago. Administrator Cum Tcntamento An- at public auction the followlnfr- D",! :1\t", '" 111'0:>1.
Mr. and Sanford Ritch and nexo de Benin Non of the Kstate described 1 home TO. r.,,,
Mrs. property: mule \
as having two face- the Declaration, reaching: the an aggregate of more than 500. of Ii. $. Humphrey dt't'eaaed and at 2 grade Jersey. cows, 2 calvex and, ant In t ),
..,,.. innklncr forward and the other of 95. In that time. son were visiting Mrs. Rltch'sBrown said time then and there make 79 white You ..i h.'d
; :ba k.---symbolical of thoughts of(, age 000,000 Semi-mili .t'.u..-..D-t_. .a..u... .n"...u A _WN"U'u _T. A utktiiu- >ntInn. tfi the Mid Judge tor.elll..m..nt n.u..I_ .& .U. .U..eghornhis.1invf.. ............_., ."." ..n........ .u.-.._.,...._. ""r'al", ... ,, 'ltM ca..
The signers included 34 lawyers I tary in character, the Corps has a final .. of tile admlnl- of sale at Far mof Ernest Qeatner I tIId'ii(rat,: ': ri ,:
: the past and of the future. I 13 farmers nine merchants, five concentrated on Instilling into the here last weekend.We stratton of Maid lOstme and Much for..n Ad- Starke Florida. The property willhe 8al lit and \ '''h
February is from the Latin Feb.L j I physicians, two mechanics one minds of members a sense of discipline are very sorry to report I I order ministrator discharging Cum him Tmtamunto an An- lOld lot, an at the public.rlrcumittancea auction by of parcelor the feilHlVe appear. ]p1.,u] | I 'her fll.itl oth/

ruarlus meaning "to purify," L I j? clergyman, one mason and one and order that should fit that Miss Joel la Barry daughterof I nexo de Boots Non. Male may demand to the highest bidder or befor.. i'I,, 1514 tal
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Is pated thin Uth day of August, A. I ber, thi 'Ia) ) In a
Barry for canh. The United States
had.its origin in the Roman festivals /[ surveyor, some having more than them well for whatever duties I D. 11:19.Hhrn..d: of merlca reserves the right to bid of "M<1 ??" 8)) II( Ih, II
of the Lupercalla. one occupation. All except eight they assume In later life. While very sick at her home. We wish ( ) I Merman H. Wyndhmn, at the Hale the IT IS "UK !> 1931,
AH Administrator, Cum Teatamento ..kala't :reinN be '
her ; .. 'Ia'thll
1 a speedy recovery. e at the I 1. i iconHeoutn
March walt named for Mara the were born on American soil.I most other Administration relief Annexo d.. )Uunln Non of the Jintate farm of Ernest Oe"tner. v..k a

god of war. I I The eight born in the British! measures. In the main have come U. T. Hargraves has been very of H. M. Humphrey deceased.sit 8-11 2t 8-18 County T.general ht 8,,,
busy for the past two weeks in Dtp "w""" .
from the Latin aprillla, Isles Robert Morris and in for generous condemnation in ,lubll.1.
April Is j were Monticello IM TIIK ..I1I1'.r fOrilT OK TIIHKKiirni llradfnrcl i ,I
meaning "to open," and the j I Button Gwlnnett In -England; many quarters It Is to the creditof supervising the tungoil IV THf I }KLOIIII, "
and ,
j work there. .\\H Fon IIH.tnKOItn seat I this .
month ushers in spring the season Frances Lewis in Wales; John' the CCC and Its officials that Thomun W. Ijonir -1Is> Director of FI.O"IIJ.o'II."x('.. nY.COUNTY. 1939. UII5,

of opening buds. Witherspoon and James Wilson I little or no criticism of any kind Mra. Mertie McKinney of State Beverage Department of IN 'I'Ii I.1: N A M//J': tJlo' TIIK: STATEOF OKPK-IAT I ,
Starke was visiting her parents Florida. Jo'LOIUDAIJOHN Clerk nf i '.11
May Is from Male, the mythological in Scotland and James Smith has been directed its way. Indeed Notice In hereby given that on 31.' ASKO.Plaintiff. Brad r..1.. -. Cot,
there is a growing sentiment and Mrs. George Hazen here July,. 19th I9.1SI! one 1M5! Ford Model I :
figure symbolizing growth. George Taylor and Matthew so--, ... _..10M. ...e___'.1'4 m
Friday. O 'nU' --- -r..n. auwouuu..u.
June is from Junius, a Roman Thornton, in Ireland. having the system engine No. 1886798 with accennurlenwan -.vs.CASTNH- ''
possibly in modified form adopted Ivan Hazen of Raiford spent seized. at Starke, IHradford I Defendant.TO ASKO. m 'U'PiKT\ .rrl.Jnn
pens or clan. I To the wisdom, courage and I last week with his parents Mr. County, Florida foi) violation of IIE.U: :
I Easter (CIl ..
by the : ougrhen Asko, defendant 11/11/ ,
government .
July and August were namedby patriotism of these immortal 56 I, permanently. and Mrs. Section 9 ((t.) and 11 (d) of Chapter In the above KId' NO"/'J./ ; 11 e 11131)
Hazen. cauxe.
and after Caesura Julius and I To those responsible for the : George Hiaol), Actn of I lflit:!! t.nwn nf Florida, You are hereby notified that That !lei' I JlJ'R.ny: G
signers who declared our indepenclence Conservation Corps' creation there The new roof for the school is name being1 the KvveraKe Act of ..eitHin suit In chancery has been a Cerllt... ..I, I oldor,
Augustus respectively.The I in Its behalf, as well as I I coming in fine these rainy days. 19.'IB.: Any 'IHTS..II cliilnihiir an Interent filcil/ against you III the Court afore- day of AIJJI" .. "imd 11. I''
could 'be In b.
reaminlng months derived to and his heroic no greater tribute to i nnld properly must appearat Bald and you are further notifiedto name In implication
Washington They the leaks are decreasing the office of the director at the IU Ih1
their efforts than that.MlamiPost. appear. answer or file other de "i ,.:
from the .
their position they to
names army the existence of our nation I and the noise Increasing but they State IleveraKe Department of the fensive pleadlng-H In said tuuse on ed thereon, I"
held in the calendar as it was before State of Florida at Tallnhnngee .before Said i mi., i
j|1111 due. All will ever be held In or the Itnle Dny In Ilepteinti' i *
are thankful for the new roof just Florida and flic I claim and Surety ; bowing rtI wi It
the revision by Julius Caesar. i grateful rememberance. Ex the same bond un provided by Section I lit (c) of Hill.l: I the month.same A.nelnu' 1)I the 1039.4th day 1'I I County nf< i .icrir {
The earlIest Roman calendar had I STATE'S IDLE LANDS l'h I'er r.l'IOI: or the Acts of 11:19: IT 18 fllKrtKl that this no. Ida, towlt 'Ml
i change. .-- within thirty dayn from, the date Lot2 >
but ten months: Martina, Aprllis ---_---.. With the expiration of the Murphy of the first l publication,, otherwise four tics be coiitiecutlva published once weeks a week In the for of Starlet .1 I I

Muius, JunlUK Qulntllta Sex tills. '! .\:N OLI BKLIKF: Act the State of Florida has VANDERBILTlly the property to law will be dlnponed of according Bradford County Telegraph anewxpnper 28, Town, I i tO

September. October November, j I/| While the fishing fever Is stil come into possession of thousands 11188't'11II11 Norman notified that If no You claim are In.further made |I'"hU"hell of In general Jiradford, I circulation, Kant.Th.<. an*. ,
I County,
and December. From this we see In full awing it might be well to of acres of unredeemed lands. within: the Him provided \by law.said }"I"'lda., erty undo, i ,(
... .....__.._ 'tiIte
I ..t. .D" -I .08. A A. ".",.'. ., property I with 1 acceHHorlen 18"u"d
that while today September is the which leads-The .u. .uu .nl D. 10. .n. .w.n. W1'I'NEAIny hand and official ,,
Tampa Times to sId' nt
reprint thiS risnermnna rnyme public auction to the k flown.
ninth month, In the early Roman I for benefit of the anglers whose Inquire aa to what Is to be done I I and family of Iliooker -were visit- highest bidder' : for; cash at the I spa 1939.OFFICIAr.I.this 2nd day of AuifUHt A. D. Clues LI.

calendar it was the seventh and luck has been Indifferent or bad. with all this Idle property.A Ing -Mrs. Edwards' parents Mr. County L.rkdforI; ( 11111'1 County I lou, KloHila se,, I In nn Stalk September -, t'Jerk( SI' Ar.) A. j. Thoma l redeemed property ih I,,i. Ia,

got I Its name from the Latin sep- and Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday. 18th lint: at 1 11:00: A. M, Circuit Court County of Hold o
While it is opined In some quartera large percentage of the landsin Uradford State of Florida. to UK i l'Ir' iildir iilu
an provided under
tem, meaning "seven"; October I that when the fish won't bite South Florida that have reverted Levy Norman and daughter, | Chapter litJOl! of the.Section Actn of 13d 19:19.(: !) 8-4-41 8-23 day court In IIOUM tin, III,1 I 'I fint f
and octo Velraa, of this section attended .laivH. of 4pleTb.
was the eighth month there Is nothing to be done and to the state for taxes Is wet First Florida. :>OTIfH OK -\IMM.IC\TIOV: FOR 39, whkh" 1// lay
Is Latin for "eight"; November the birthday party for Misses 1'"bUCHUIIAugu"t llth TAX IIKKIenute > tember, 1939
all signs are wrong. here it Is. and undrained, and therefore unfit 1939.
Dated .
< Illll thlt- I
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the ninth Roman month, comes When the wind la from the for cultivation. For the same reason Dorothy Norman and Odessa Me- Director THOM! W. I.ONO, NOTICE IS HKRISBy GIVEN. OFFICIAL tp ( n(
Rae of the Rising section last of the State Beverage Department That ; Clerk of Cl)
from novem, "nine" ; and December -I W. Henry Andrews holder of if BJU
south it Is also too poor for pasturage Tuesday night. of Florida, Tax Certificate No. 175 issued the County, Plot,ilu !(
which the tenth
was It blows the bait In the fish'smouth. rule. Uy H. I.lllentbul. 2nd
as.a August A. D. 1937, has
8-11 Bt 9-15 dn.o.t
Is derived from decem Latin for I I Mr. and Mt-g. G. C. Norman Supervisor. flieif In my office and ban \OTICK 0. tl'I'lirtTIOI
Our answer it: Plant these and little made application for a tax deed to
"ten. W. P. Keasbey. daughter Marjorie i v ('IU.T ('(II irr. KiTTirrii.IIIM 'J'IHtn:
When the wind Is from the seemingly worthless acres to CR- ('I\I. ( IIICIIT. KOIIU be issued thereon. Said certificate ("ennle Hill \n. in/ I
Faye passed this
through section
embracen the following described NOT H:I': >H' ,
north ('Ol'Vl'1. H'I' \'i'i-: OK "'..OIUU ,. HEHEnv 0;
ALL FWIUI.UOFITS IN jeput Trees. Experience has while returning to their home in IN CHANCERY.. property In the County of Brad That Lyman <; I' "' 'loUn
IllJILIMNU DEFENSE UNITS Fishermen should not fare forth. shown that the Cajeput Tree will Malone this weekend.A Dnrthea. U Tinker a minor, ford, state of Florida to-wit: ('erll fl,'"Ie I N '"i i When the wind is from the east bv Alfred K. Knight, her next Northeast Quarter of Northwest day of Auiruin 14};, Mname
thrive in wet
Fifteen million for Jacksonvilleten poor, land where large crowd from here attended friend. Quarter except part heretofore In nn f mi !IIIappll..tlon
It'.. neither fit for man nor practically all other vegetation deeded Section 21, Township 8 fill A tax tttt'
million for six million the annual Sunday school pin inant,
Tampa- beast. vs.Lynwno,1 South Range 22 Kant, containing Issued ther. Said cerjembraces
for Pensacola -- two million cannot exist. It Is not eaten by social at the home of Mr. Jenkinsin 41 Tucker Jr.Defendant 36 Acres, more or Jee. th /II ninr 4(.
When the wind Is from the west cattle; has no known insect I Raiford last The assessment of the said property property //II It intr of
for BanRna river. I That's when fishingis the beat.Exchange.. Friday night. It appearing by affidavit under the said certificate Innu- ford Stat .:' 'fo' irldA. ,la-if
enemies appended
; grows faster In wetland Mr. and Mrs. ed wan III the name of W. North ,.
This Is the NEW money com.'n. Eugene Ellis! and to the bill filed In the Hbovextfited F. Mott. v tt'tii

., .Inln..._ .II'lnrl"..._.. .1ft.. ..nnn..tlnn...._ .._.. I than in dry; Is highly fire I little nnn. -AT n rlrtn nf \JC7nxth. "*v_ cause. that-- Lvnwnnt nTucker _....,L'nlenn! Maid ':\certificate_ shall be Quarters of V; 'I| [fair ieast
.n.. w. '< 4-- reslfltent. All vaunble. I t ; ; ;; Jr.. of 4J Fourth Street; ; according' law the Quart.Mship
with the building up of the new I ? I parts are -Sp-'Igs were dinner guests of Wllnon Pennnylvanln, the defend-1: properly dexcrlbedtherein will be I I. 8 Soutl), H ,( '1taming
At three or four of i the highest bidder at the 25 t tO !
national defense facilities.U years ageIt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ant therein named IH u non-rest-1 I I court house door
During the session of thisyear's dent of the State of on the first Mon. The asses! ht sat
S. Navy money for Jacksonville I blooms producing honey of a Norman of Vanderbilt Sunday.Mr. "resident of Wilson, Florida. and a lay; In the month of September erty umlei Hi; IfiraP
i, legislature. the Times carefully high quality and blooms four Pennnylvanla mi!I. which Is the 4th day of I..d was In f M! tf I
or ovt'i the Sep. !
Pensucolu, and Banana river; i refrained from criticism. five times and Mrs. H. L. Norman: and It IB therefore it it o of ::'::1"o 'hal"r.i i I tember, 19:19.: Mlnnlck.UnlesK.
army money for the air base at annually. At eight to family of this section were visitors non-renident defendant be and la ""lIt..d: tllU 3rd day of Auitu. i I I. .1
Our idea was that It might be 19311.Olo''ICrAT..
i ten in wet land it is redeemed. 9.
Tampa. years poor to Lake City last Friday. 'lerebv required, I to appear to the >
unique for a Florida newspaper to bill of complaint filed 1 In said ( SEAL) A J. Thomas, property d< "It .
Within about two years then usually big enough for fence and Mrs. Muriel Norman of Brooker ,in or before Monday the causej i I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford sold to th ,Iddl'\
we shall see at least 33 millions I offer no suggestions and do no telephone posts. And believe It or spent the week-end with relativesof of September. A. D. 1939.! otherwIse, day County. Florida. 8-4 it 9-1 court l h.. 11,0
"nagging"; and that when the not I have seen1 the allegatloiiM of nald bill will he day In I St"
01 new money spent in the state 22yearoldtree this section.L. ,.taken ax confeHHed M>TICK OFI>PI.U'T'O''on 1939\ TI dir'
law-makers were through wl h I by Maid defend
of Florida. \ In muck soil that measured L. Norman of Vanderbilt ant. .. T\ IIKKUennte : tember !!
was Cl'l
their job It would still be unique 4 feet in diameter. II lw further ordeted thai thin < Mill *tn. KM) Hated IJ aI A
The whole state will visiting in Raiford .. "
enjoy a Sunday.Mrs. del he publinded .T"10.ls UKRBDY: OIVEN 19::1<>.
to make comment as to whether once a week for
no That
Wood of' the '' '"" Mrn. Reulah Kelly holder of ( 1' I. T'
measure of prosperity from this Cajeput Tree is G. L. Sapp of this section "KHeciittvn weeks In the "
I I I the job was of any value to fine of ,Bradford_ fnantv Telerrnnh .. 9ft"."..*. .rlltll"ale.A...... ..., L .No.. 235.. innued... _the Clerk of-,- .t r
gigantic array of governmental Florida and if so how much. grained, a beautiful rose -- .v n ""... ., A. n, 19 7 h..A "n1lntv. Flnr.'".
expenditures. Jacksonville gets I I tint, and well adapted to furni-

the lion's share, deservedly because nut we have been hearing about ture making. Bark of this tree .

of her ideal situation for I the money the 1939 legislative has high Insulating qualities, both

the great Southenslein navy air .session coat the taxpayers of against heat and cold, and has

base. Florida! We have the figures demonstrated Its durability for

Hut Jacksonville is happy also showing that the 1939 legislaturecost I refrigeration.. The leaves have a

lo see that other cities in the I the people of this slate upwards high content oi aromatic, medicinal

mate are going to prosper along of a hundred thousand dollars oil, almillar in analysis to

with us. For that matter, it helps 'more than the 1937, legislature Eucalyptus oil, which la said to be I

all of Florida.The cost them! efficacious in respiratory and intestinal ,

33 million represents only The senate with 38 members complaints.:' -.'

construction money. Following spent! $114.034 for attaches! It had 'Within fifteen to twenty years ... _
Ihe construction period these 271 full-time employees and 19 the Cajeput Tree will make size :

Florida, cities will have a continuing parttime.The able sawlogs on land too poor and

puyroll of Immense proportions house wfth 95 members wet to even grow merchantable I

No one Industry that any spent $94,034 for attaches. Six I pine timber. It Is even crowdingout __

of the cities might secure could! dollars a day was the wage scale, : the native cypress in our

possibly compare In magnitudewith except In the case of pages who I South Florida swamps. When cut '

these new acquisitions.It were paid four dollars a day. It sprouts from the stump and Stt# i, 0

Is pardonable no doubt for The house members received ,. makes another tree In record time. .
MMW* *tp> -
ua to look upon the building of $39,231 In salary-at $6 a day Had It no merchantable value *# &t&tix*

these defensive facilities first as each,--and mileage. Senators received -, whatever, it I U still worthwhile In *? *

windfalls for our ] $15,391 in salary and mile producing a ground cover where

The larger aspect of cOmmUnitles'j none exlsica before, as well as a
age.In '
coca In the nation's 1937 the total cost of' the refuge for wild birds and game.

in for second consideration here legislature was $3 7.719. This Forest with Cajeput Trees these

but only because we are human. year on June 23 the legUlntlxe expenses poor, wet lands that have revertedto

When we have given a cheer "for audited and paid, totaled the state for. taxes and wlth-

the prosperity we anticipate we $437,298; and there wall an estimated Ing a few years they will more

follow It up right away with a amount of about $50.000: of than have repaid! the expenditure

cheer for the national defense. 1939 legislature coats remainingto Involved.--Katero Eagle. :

We are quick to recognize the be paid! .I

wisdom of our military strategists And the 1939 legislature did

In bonding every effort to defend ibsalutely nothing to earn that 6 6 J.MALARIA

the Caribbean area because It ia money! It bickered for week _, hs I dat.:.dr.IIev._ # -Lt:

the entrance to the Panama canal. about the race tracks, whitewashed '.',

That we profit from the fact Is everybody accused of dishonesty 'J:515COLDS raeoa1 _
; not of our ow. doing. We just In connection with the evll- %Ge Irp. .Mptama fleet day _
Try "Kiib-My-Ttim" a Wonderful
happen to be located down here on smelling proposition and then began _

this Important peninsula. And I passing appropriation bills to Uoil1..o&I .. "There's, nothing like _

with the completion of thae vast please the gangs back home. It I -w ; ;

aviation defenses In Florida this II appropriated for I .
money every _
name peninsula will nick out there thing constituents wanted. and OUR MILK the pause that refreshes v. ,,

; like a warning finger to over-am- j made no provisions for supplying I I _

bltlous Kuropean: struttera. j the money. It exactly filched for IO t. Hard rk-and hot ._

Not the least of the proft items i Itself some $400.000 of the tax- I IJ oe work-call for a pause now *i .

that will come to Jacksonville i iayer'8 money and left the state and then. That's when

with the completion of the naval I 'acing a deficit of 4500.000! I J k k"i: ice-cold Coca-Cola ,

base will be the acquisition of I And we spoke of being unique! belongs on the job to make your I'I I _

hundrvln of mont desirable members Melbourne Times. I pause the

of the United States navy. Seldom Equalled pause that refreshes. Thirst asks nothing more _

These are far above average In girls along with Lieut. So-ond-So. 1

education and culture. In po ses- U. S. N. Never Surpassed ; I .---

lon of social Rraces. They will It U a thing of enormous 1m- ? '

be aa a transfusion In our social oortance to this community, and STARKE COCA-COLA

t life. And aa a by-product there to all Florida, the coming here of BOTTLING CO. _
will be countless In'
weddings ne of the greatest of the navy a [

1 which will appear the names OfJ I facilities, and its effect will last DAIRY kwl' .f _
I Jacksonville's moat deslr a b I.p for all time. -Jacksonville Journal :i- -i .
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i AT STATE PARK IN Jacksonville The weather The word sad used In connection:
bureau issued Mon-
an advisory
EHAT TO DO ABOUT ITnate .1 NEAR KEYSTONE. day saying there are indicationsthat with, iron means heavy' or weIghty.
It Is derived from the
I Two air base fights the shipt issue In the 1940 campaigns. To a tropical storm Is forming in AngloSaxon -

-- Construction of four cabins al : canal and the Townsend old age I that end they planned a radio the Atlantic Ocean about 173: used, mealng full or sated and

:i, Board of doctor an early visit since the Gold Head Branch state pork on:L pension plan led a long list of drive during the congressional re- miles north northeast of San therefore implying weight.

tFe -. 'II'' germ being harbored may be that State Road 68, five miles north of, Capitol Hill disputes which gave cess. Juan Puerto Rico. The warning r

of typhoid, resulting from drink- Keystone Heights is under way, | Florida's seven-member cougresslonal I'nited on Some Isauei said the storm If it developed

re 'ai' loubt but what Ing Impure water or milk during the Florida Forest and Park Service | delegation a share of na- Despite Internal bickering over probably\: would move toward the BEASLEY & GAY

free ,. inK so commonly far the vacation period. People us- has announced. The cabin,II| tlonal attention in the session some major issues, the 1939 session west northwest Service Station

,dneQ I ? frequently ually are not as careful then of will be rented to vacationists at which closed Washington las did produce a number of controversial ,

deep ,,, .; man many pea their diets as when they are at nominal sums. A total of 14 cabins .;:1| week. questions which found CITY LAWS APLENTYTltusville

lIevethel'! but home. are included in the project and I To sum up the situation: Jacksonville the Florida group functioning as City Clerk J. P. Washing, Polishing,
< no Although It Is generally admit work on the second four will be I got a Navy air base a unified! delegation. Wilson, thumbing; through old city

thE ,.itfss nostrums ted that the "tired business man"has started as soon as the first four Tampa got an Army air base; They were unanimous for ex- ordinances has discovered that it Greasing-Standard

,"* this condition I every right to be tired at the units are completed. The cross-state canal was rejected ample in proclaiming the Is illegal here to: bury a dead
worth- Inequality Oil Products
miMily.', quite 'end of person within the city limits (no
a gruelling day at the office by the Senate.Townsendism .
o put detrimental Nearly :50 veterans of CCC Camp of a sugar quota system which
igh'' penalty' provided' for burying a
icn.n he should be
1101 to throw 2444, which is located In the park, claimed a 6 to 1 prevented! the expansion of the
off live one); bell 1cow or goat; Our Creasing Jobs done
IIh fatigue after.he gets home.A are
treatment' are engaged In constructing the endorsement from the Florida Everglades cane Industry.
Dnl.eat.' lays shower, the evening anda "fiddle on the streets or propel a with the best
\ paper grease money
K cabins which will have a combined group but took a licking In the '
combatE I Repeatedly demanded
they revisions
dinner vehicle on the city wharf faster
good should bring
can com- House. ran buy.
enmstsetover living and ,
", th atv a period plete relaxation.The room bedroom in the act to give Florida than the gait of a horse walking; "
e fire place, kitchen and bathroomand Two of these .
aka plenty of rest developmentsthe a higher percentage of the national ,
I ILt is < than the usualf person who cannot relax a screened front porch. They Navy base and the canal- quota. Representative' Peterson]
more after he gets home, but who habit- will be electrically lighted and I
; split the Florida delegation almost -
Say at least 10 insisted' upon permitting' the State
t ar &eeD ually fusses fumes and worries I will overlook Lake Johnson on IS YOUR DAUGHTER SAFE
'IBM does not correct at the outset of what other- to produce at least enough" sugar I
iftei a few days, over the problems of the day which the park borders. The wise might have been a fairly harmonious for Its own requirements but the
ifficulu, should make immediate and dras- cabin area is along the south ':
and session' Senate' session ended
doctor without '
a pro.
aiitlmt lee tic changes in his mode of shore of 1ic Iun tl; 'ourna MAIL
living. the lake, and visitors to
trouble. N.wal11' ducing In the
[ >t the Base DisputeA any change "uglll'system. IM'N-
the sour Such physical and mental tension, the park are Invited to watch con- I ? ?
oernlclous form Is group of naval officers Peterson was named to
pie )' if allowed to go on, will in all struction of the buildings. house committee SLEW KIDNAPED MIAMI GIRL
J -omt from, not only known hereabouts ns the Hepburn a which soughtto
to probability end in what is commonly [ The cabin project Is in line with
lorkeu muscles and brain but I board chose Jacksonville as the write a new sugar bill for the ALENT SCOUT CONFESSE
known aa a nervous break- the service's of
,| park policy providing a
ft-om an' points of infectionas site for a $15.000.000: Southeast 1940 Congress to consider. .
down. And breakdownsare
nervous additional
oocket at the base recreational. ern air base and recommended, its Waterway* Project
| a pus not only unpleasant and unhealthy features for residents of this section ''
tooth Hseased adenoids. authorization by Congress. As usual Florida had a long list
jne but also costly. of the state. Four : BE ADMITTED
L appendix none of which [ Indignantly the Fourth Dis of projects In the appropriationand
or One of the first places that the although not as cablns.j
medicine trict's freshman representative
Lbjectf '0 patent authorization bill for rivers
toll of chronic fatigue is noticed those going up at Gold : Pat Cannon protested that Miami harbors. Representative R A. PALACE THEATREJACKSONVILLE
y is in the workroom or office. Even Branch state park were built last I
( expectani mother who be- wag the better strategic location. Green of the Second District la

1 abnormailv tired day inlay if, fatigue among the personneldoes year at Hillsborough River State I A minor sensation was produced Horlda's member' of the House I
not lead to Illness Immediately park between Tampa and Zephyr- fLA.
ton jccasioned by her it does eventually and while hills and since then have been fore a House committee agreed while Senator Pepper Is a mem- 4 DAYS STARTING MONDAY, AU&. 21

I!I routine duties should see doing so greatly reduces the effI- rented almost continuously by with him.Cannon. ber of the Senate Commerce SubCommittee .
ciency. persons desiring to spend a nightor ADMISSION-MATINEE 35c-NIGHT 40c
Ltor at once. It may beer found some support on Waterway projects.
week in woodland retreat.
| kidneys or Intestines are Therefore from a purely selfish I Plants and a trees the within the House Naval Committee Senator Andrews for years a Th. Grim and Sensational Story Thor Shacked the Nation-Told In I

Imctionlng properly. viewpoint it would behoove em- along and the JacksonvUle-l\lIaml circuit judge in Florida continued Newipoperi, Collier and Other Late Megalneil Cold Bar Fact
both of office nature trails In the 70-foot ravine became hot that the 1 from a Dream of Ecttocy to a Horrible Nightmare t '
[ person ,rt-turna from his va- ployes and fac- dispute so his efforts to reorganize the judiciary
the natural attraction
1 unable I Identified and
of 'office rk after a lapse tatives as periodic rest Intervals are being base was sent back to the of giving all sections representation Girl lured from their home in the South f Place where kidnaped

Lral 'iav" which Is sufflcl- for all employes ventilation that labeled this week by Claude L Hepburn board. After another on the Supreme Co\irt.\ As girl are held against their wills A ...1.* of smashing raids II
forester of Hills-
me i'I aimw for necessary provides an abundance of fresh I DeVane county study the board again recom Florida member of the Naval Committee AN AMAZING NEW FILM PICTURIZATION OF

|.tmen'' Tn chances are aid but no draughs, and modern' borough county who was especially mended Jacksonville citing low- he was in the middle of I DRAMATIC REALISM SHOWING WHITE SLAVERS,
to the tank because of
-jjerir ).?en picked up. If lighting which has been scientifically assigned er cost' Immediate availability of the Jackaonvllle-Mlam! scrap over KIDNAPING OF YOUNG GIRLS AND HOW THE

f'igui .' Accompanied by Installed and tested to eli-/ his wide knowledge of plunt life. the site and a shorter construc- the air base but he carefully I PROCURERS FOR THE CRIME SYNDICATES SECURE
Head Branch state
Gold parkwas
jam, > weight there is minate glare that results in eye tion period. avoided taking sides. lIe comes THEIR VICTIMS!

mon ..ason for paying the I strain. I formally opened 3000 on April 1s'j: Congress then authorized It and up for renomlnutton. next year.
when nearly persons
appropriated funds for its construction Senator ardent New
It is
I'nessed<< the ceremonies.
:HOOL BOARD $50.00; Frances Peek, Office i: ;of the finest picnic sites In the Dealer. ,led a .UAnnf,4., ..... .ftn-tit...... for Vtl.. t'jiiuil Plan IH'Imtcd
Shell Oil Co. This I relief appropriations. One of theSenate's
work $19.40; ( ,state park system and has a
Almost the long
ARRANT LIST check dated June 30 1939. In-, I large picnic shelter and also most consplcloua young
dormant canal Issue was revived members, he has been mentioned 1
eluded in 1938-39 work) <<
*> ---- tables and benches and fireplacesfor
when' President Roosevelt urged
For July 1939General C. J. Powell Transportation Repairs ,! j cooking; an excellent bathing authorization for as a vice-presidential possibility
congressional He urged<< pensions for the aged I
V. Alvarez' $28.-1 beach and bathhouse boats and a
Fund to K. Bus the 1200,000,000 waterway. help for crippled children govern-
It is extensively
boathouse. being
75: ; Bradford County Telegraph, j : Representative. Cannon and ment loans to little business.
|>1 ;ri'" !n Reimbursements used by fraternal, civic religious -ALSO-
Hardin Peterson the latter of the
examination in Advance, Printing $39.10; Carl Robert, Vocational 'veteran and scout organizationsor First District led South Florida's Representative. Green heads the Paramount' Exciting and 1

I Stark Telephone Co. $12.- Teaching $50.00; T. J'I j? picnics and bathing parties.Rect'ntly campaign against It. They termed House Territories Committee His Exotic New Dromol"ISLAND I
I friends said he undecided
Griffin Freight on two boxes I ; the lake was restockedwith
J Grittli salary, $125.00; it wasteful unnecessary and whether to run for the OF
books. $7.47; Eddy Hartman, 1 bass and bream governor p
Warren salary $50.00 dangerous. Senate or the House in
; Payment on sanded and varnished ------ -- again
the House Rivers LOST MEN"HOTII
Nevertheless! Y
|ts Peek office work, $14.- desk tops $63.80; Edd Thornton 500 DEER SHOTIN and Harbors Committee approved 1940. He was active on all FlorIda -

i Griff. Car Expense Janitor Service $50.00; Nick ,I questions no matter how far I
It. The Senate Commerce Com- Doors Will 1 Open at 10 O'clock
Dr W E. Middleton. Thomas Janitor Service $65.00; COLLIER AREA removed from his district As In
of I to Tahe Care .,
the Repub- the Crowd..
mittee over protest
(Service $25.00; E. J. Lewis C. J. Powell Repairs to Roof aft- previous sessions! he championed ..._ ._ ____ __ ,____
licans and anti-administration .
---- .
/!ervlce $25.00; J. H. er struck by lightening, $100.00; During the first month of the Democrats opened the way for a the Florida canal.Representative ::-;; :- --- -- -

Boaro Service, $25.00; A. J. T. Kirkland Building Sanitary leer daughter program in Col- Senate vote on the canal bill although Caldwell was

'fire Office Expense $6.96; Units $30.00; E. M. Bennett Ex- lier County which became effective the committee report did kept busy on the Appropriations

I Powell Labor on Buses tra Months Janitor Service $40.- July 1 1total of :500 deer recommendation.On Committee' of which he Is Flor
not a
A j Griffls, Salary, I 00; Bradford County Telegraph were killed. Of this number E. carry the floor as in the commerce ida's only member. Washington 1

; Louise Warren Salary Printing, $2.30.PICK 2.::: Bateman who is working out committee.. the canal wan knows. -him. as. a booster of Northwest a riif _

... of the Jacksonville office of animal Florida and a plugger ror
.... defended stoutly by Senators I
Industry reports 300 exterminated the Pensacola Naval Air Station. aY
Charles O. Andrews and Claude 6Aq.
while R. H. Tabb super- Pepper. After a debate that lasted' As House patronage chairman he <

visor for Hendry Lee and Collier four days, the canal was re was boss of many capitol workers 'hhI.h"

counties' in the regular tick eradication Representative Peterson, who '
Advocates fearful of another
service which has been in' jected. call- spent a large part of his time calling -
defeat, decided against
4/ for some time reports on downtown Federal officials
4S progress Ing the bill up for House consid
another 200 were tagged by his eration. concentrated on sugar citrus and

phosphate' matters. He serves on
creW. Late In the session the Army
Bateman's camps are established five House committees and attends -
announced that Tampa had been
throughout the Collier infectedarea. sessions regularly. He is
selected as the site for a South-
and at points of exit hides chairman of the Democratic steerIng -
eastern alrbase ending a lively
checked and tagged as hunters committee's zone five which
are Florida,
among '
leave. Tabb's men are sta- competition Includes Florida Georgia and
Alabama and Carolinacommunities. '
Honed at points along the quar- Georgia. South Carolina. ) '
ewls..w antine fence and they tag and The money to begin construc- Representative Hen d r I c k a .

make a record of hides that don't tion had been appropriate dear lieI' known about Capitol Hill as "LIt- : )

bear the Bateman identification In the session. This and other tle Joe" was the principal House

tag. Neither Bateman nor Tabb bases and air depots were author- sponsor of the Townsend plan i .v

could give an estimate of the num- ized by the Wilcox Act of 1935. which he Insists will be enacted

ber killed and unreported but The act Is dubbed for Its author, some day. He was an ardent advocate

both agree it is negligible. They 1 former Rep J. Mark Wilcox of of the canal despite the

claim that of the 1 500 deer slaughtered Florida's Fourth District. opposition some citrus interests

00 1 percent were found to be StreHHwl from MM. district lie took the
0 +aom Infested with fever ticks. Capitol Hill testimony and de- wage-hour division to task for its

Is allowed for exter- "are of production" definition.
bate on the two air bases and the
mination in the tick infested area canal emphasized the increasedImportance Representative Cannon a figureIn

of Collier County which is that which military naval the air base and canal fights

section formerly a game preserve and executive agencies of the received more attention than the

YOUR I lying west of State Highway 164 government attached to Florida In average freshman member. With

and north of the Tamlaml Trail the national defense scheme I Peterson and others he fought for
Into Royal Palm hammock. The Army and Navy will lookto revision of the sugar act. He also aLttMi

I deer slaughter law was passed at defense of the Caribbean the ,;I led a drive-which made progress e et L. /

1 the last session of the Legislature. Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and during the aetslon--for development Y

1 After extermination the area even the Panama Canal. The of :Miami's port.SENATE .

ALL FOUR Iin both counties Is to be restocked. Cross-State Canal was urged as a .--

FOR ONLX Killing is being done by hunt- of national defense.

s I ers and sportsmen Hired who buy hunters the measure Youthful Rep. Joe HendrIcks of STAYSDEMOCRATIC H'H'ZiiiERY
licenses. I
required for the the Fifth Florida District led the
now are
in Collier
i 1 unsuccessful! House battle for ad-
I 1 I I of checking hides. After -
purposo of a revolving pension
in November option Democrats will have more than
the season opens E. Townsend.
of Dr.
1 I will take part In the slaughter plan three times am many senate seat
t I they hearing before the
s both Hendry and Collier at stake in next year's elections
committee "
ways and means produced as will the Republicans.
i IOOPA counties. testimony In favor of the 1 I
Hunters report that dry camp- Thirty-five places wUl be filled.
...PP ii: -' ing places! are hard to' find and pension from both sena Of these, 2now& are held by
tors and most of the State's ,
that most deer are killed in the Democrat, seven by Republican' ,

pJCg 2 GROUP B PICI( swamplands where mosquito. and House membersThe question finally came to a one by Farmer-Laborites, and one

other pests are "fierce." Deer I by Progrefftlvea. {
record test In the House and Rep.

"alrtgn lIo//, ...........8 mo,. D American. Poultry JounI..1 yr. are plentiful they say. Millard F. Caldwell of the Third As an offsetting factor, how-

!hntean emcan' r'trl I 8moi. .,.. .,'. Caiette ........1 T'- District cant Florida's lone oppo- ever, the Democrats already are Trained members of the Sunshine
Herald'6 ,; .
Reriewl station-
= mss. Cloverleaf American i Monogrammed personal vote. counting as safe the elections hi

ottehald Arts-Needlecraft Maprin.' .....,2yne.2 yrs. DCood Farm 'JaralFarmu'Wif..1 Stories ....... ......1 ,Y"eCall'1 '.. ery at the Bradford County Telegraph sition No other State delegation' wan a half dozen. states-Florida, Arizona Service organization already bring

Maguia .......1 yr. 0 Hons. Circle .............1 yr. i so overwhelmingly In favor of the Mlsilsitlppl. Virginia Texan
Pt1I ROdii"CIl .......1 Y', HOMe Friend ....... .....1 Y'. BUS SCHEDULE plan. True to a campaign pro- and Tennenee. you low-cost, dependable electric

y.uti. ) ......lyre_ O HoeHold ....Iyr. !i North Bound mise Senator Pepper Introducedthe If the Republicans kept every
......,6 Niedluraft .1 y'. service. Take full advantage of it
mos.Hom. -
IIItfonderrc:: k 12:33 { welfare bill-as Town- place they now have and won all
; ,) .....1" Leshorn World .... . .1 ,'. ;, Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., : I general
rarmrr Producer .1 yr1. 3 m.., 6:13: sendite call their proposal In the election except those In tra-
"" na .......4 yrs. 0 Natl the Stock p. m., 1:00 p. m. p. enjoy modern electric cookery.
"'' k"ry ..........1 0 Plymouth Rock Monthly! ... .1 y" m.. 10:13: : p. m.South I II the Senate and It was only at 1> '. ditionally Democratic states they

11<', ,...........1 ,'. QProgv.uN.Farmer., .. ......2yr. p. Bound Town nd' urging that he abandoned still would add only 20 seats to SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER

utktkr N ....e....IY'. 3 Rhod. Wand R.d '011.1.,1"yr.u .. Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20: an attempt to write It into 'I their present total of 23. That
: tulst ... Southern A ricult rut ......2"s.OtII''W '
t .4y. o { m. the se Blon'. Social Security bill.: would leave the Democrats and
< ... Farming;' ..... ..IY' a m., 2:20 p. m. 5:20: p.
.S...IY OSucc.nful : I J. G.
ide Andn-ws ored the minor parties with a total of 53: Spencer Manager
0' .........2".. Woman'l World ....r..a.l yr. i i I Went Bound to Tallahassee Senator .pon amend-I ,
!I Leave Starke: 3:33: : p. m. arrive Townsend constitutional or a majority of the 6 Senators.

Starke 12:33: p. m. meat seeking specific authority to Thus, if a Republican president SwW nR.. SewiCL

For free pick-up service (within levy taxes for old age pension were elected next year, he could

t city limits) phone Lacy Con- At session-end advocates of the not hope to have party control of FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYtl'

FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH way, agent. i plan declared It would be a major the senate.



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I Miss Lowry, Miss Bennett Associational Rally "DODGE CITY" Miss Gloria t I.."

SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Honored At Lovely PartyA Of Baptist W. M. U. A RITZ Entertains II, j,,,

delightful affair of the past Held Last FridayThe Miss Gloim, ''t
-- --- p.- week was the party given at the quarterly rally of the New With a cast of hundreds, top Thursday at t i n h,, ?, eh
Whetstone Weds was :finished with sweetheart Mis- ped by Errol Flynn and Olivia de eats Dr. all'l1, het
Dorothy Faxon Miss Woman's Club House Friday night River Associational Woman's
neckline and had short, puffed technicolor In Jacksonville uea
Havilland, "Dodge City, -
M. Davis and Mrs. C. of the Baptist
E. Union
AllenIn Mrs.
The Rev. by sionary
Honored on Birthday sleeves. The long, dlaphoanous Miss Loral last Fridayat drama of the old West, will and theatnpm wcy
A. Knight, honoring church was held here
Miss Faxon was the Miami August 8 skirt made with train and the ,
Dorothy was be shown at the Ritz Theatre Those
and Miss hund- lnvit,', ,
Bennett of Ellljay, Ga., the church, with over a ; | ,
honored guest last Wednesday aft- Of much interest locally Is the full-length veil of Illusion was of Maryvllle in attendance.The here next Wednesday and Thurs- Miss Snooki I.. aP xe
ernoon when her mother, Mrs. W. following article :from the Miami fastened to her hair with a tiaraof Margaret Lowry red persons Loral penog,
entertained at the L. 8 Her bridal meeting opened at ten o'- day.The Bennett ,, 1i
Faxon blossoms Fgas
D. Dally News of Tuesday, August : orange Tenn.A guest
turbulent days of the brawl- of MI\ ,
the ,
:M. Gray cottage on Kingsley Lake "The marriage of Miss Nancy bouquet was of white gardenias. profusion of roses and zin- clock in the morning and Knight nd Lin r
"The ing 1870's, when there was no Ml*,,,,
In \111
with a swimming party and wei- Lee Whetstone, daughter of Mrs. "Attendants wore gowns :fash- nias, attractively arranged theme of the program was 'II "" Ht'
of is the color Dowling .
law west Chicago, M18IIp"| .
ner roast in celebration of Dorothy's Ella L. Whetstone, and the Rev. ioned alike of mousseline de sole white baskets, formed the decora- love of Christ constralneth us. lyn H. \ I1I1d Cl
thirteenth birthday anniver- Charles Henry Allen, Jr., pastorof In pastel shades. They wore doll tive motif for this colorful even- I The highlight of the morning pro- ful background his against adventurous which : guest Green, Miss1., MS) ,, ,' 3 iavU
Flynn .
of their dresses and was a wonderful address by 'K '
the Presbyterian Church hats to match gram !
' sary.After enjoying swimming, boat- Starke, and son of Mr. and Mrs. carried old-fashioned bouquets of Ing.Miss Lowry, becomingly attiredfor Dr. Daniel PascU, Young People's personality. Olivia de Havillandhas Miss Maryvllie, T.-m. \" :"rsce7]
the romantic lead Gayle :; ,
Ing and skiing, Dorothy and her C. II Allen of West Palm Beach, mixed garden flowers. the occasion in an Alice blue Secretary of Roumania. Due to east oppositehim Martha \ II "" an y,
friends were entertained with took place at three o'clock Tues- "The bride's mother wore rosecrepe marquisette with pink accessories, the Interest created, and the many and others in the Include Long ''II, "B o
many novel games out-doors. In day afternoon in the First Presbyterian and completing her costumewas and Miss Bennett, gowned in blue who desired to again hear this "Oomph" girl Ann Sheridan, -- .
contest Chart 'I worker Dr. Pascu Bruce Cabot, Alan Hale, Frank ilai, MUturcWh
the "plum guessing' Church. a corsage of Gerber daisies. shadow striped organdie gifted :foreign
t lea Jones won, an autograph album "The Rev. Alex Linn of Fort Mrs. Allen, mother of the bride- while accessories, stood in the receiving has been invited to preach here McHugh and Henry Travers. Husband: ,, SPilled] ,
and Mrs. C. D. Lavinhouze Myers performed the ceremony groom, was attired In pink lace. line with the two hostessesand next Sunday morning. At the Sunday and Monday "Tarzan mustard on th, ... tftJ 1eal'eJ\\
of Mobile, Ala., was consoled witha before an altar banked with palms She also wore a corsage of Gerber Miss Jean Davis. Mrs. Davis morning session, Mrs. A. E. Light- Finds a Son" will be featured Wife: "Oh, P'I, ,, now :ouldy.
baby's pacifier. and standards of white flowers. daisies. Miss Elizabeth Williams wore a becoming model of black foot spoke interestingly on the starring Johnny Weismuller and This Is lemon pi'
Late in the afternoon the guests Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. B. kept the bride's book. lace, while Mrs. Knight choose a "Power of Love"; and the Rev. Maureen O'Sullivan. The monthly -- .
roasted weiners around a big bon- C. Quigg, organist, played a program "The couple left during the aft-: steel grey satin gown with cerise C. F. Hooker made a missionary. "March of Time" is on also. Adding marhin. nape at
:fire after which they were served of nuptial music and MIltS ernoon by motor for Tennessee. accessories. Miss Davis was love- address. Today and tomorrow a double Bradford Coutm r"telrraph,

punch and cake. The birthday Mildred Price sang "I Love You Upon their return from their wed- ly in a pink lace trimmed In blue. Luncheon was served: at 12:15: feature is scheduled, and Tuesday
cake, placed on a table on the Truly," and "Ah Sweet Mysteryof ding trip they will reside in During the evening rummy, and at 1:30: there was a business "Missing Daughters" with Rich- o SOUVENIRS
lawn, was beautifully decoratedwith Life." Starke. For traveling Mrs. Allen Chinese checkers and dancingwas session, and the following Interesting ard Arlen and Rochelle Hudson S TRICKS
white icing and topped with "The bride was attended by wore a navy ensemble, with navy enjoyed. Music was furnished numbers: "Love leading In- will be shown. K GIFTS
thirteen pink candles. Miss Louise Allen, sister of the accessories and corsage of pink by A. W. Anderson, Jr. to the future" by Miss Fannie i Live Alligator
Mrs. Faxon was assisted in en- maid of honor, and i Engraved acknowledgements Y Ship
bridegroom, as roses. At a late hour tempting refresh- Silcox; a message in song by the sympathy Anywhere
tertaining by Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Miss Mildred Bethune, Miss Deane Mrs. Allen was graduated from ments of fruit punch and individual Rev. and Mrs. C .F. Hooker; i at the Bradford County 5121
E J. Flynn. Brown, of Knoxville, and Miss the Edison high school and Mary- cakes were served by the "Love summons to better service"by i Telegraph. flat St. Jnx. Fla.,1
Those invited to enjoy the aft- Alice Whitaker, also of Knoxville,
Mar- 1 vllie college, Maryvtlle, Tenn. The hostesses. Mrs. L. E. Wilson; and the last
ernoon with Dorothy were: as bridesmaids. Fred Allen was Rev. Allen received his prepara- Those invited to enjoy the even- number on the program was a
jorie and Ida Lulu Davis, Ellen his brother's best man and the tory education at the West Palm ing with the honorees, hostessesand playlet entitled "Love learns easi
Mersereau, Charles Jones, Lucian
ushers were Willis Garrett, Horton Beach high school. He attended Miss Davis were: Misses Mar- :from Pine
ly" by people
Gray, George Flynn, Jr., Bobble of West Palm young
McCampbell, Misses
Maryvllie college and later the ion and Helen Dowling, Grove.
McRae, William Faxon, Enos i ii
Beach, and Edward Brubaker, of and Green, Miss
Presbyterian Theological seminaryIn Betty Carolyn
and Mrs. C. D. Raiford, Pine Grove,
Hayes, J. B Flynn St. Augustine, and James Hart. Chicago." i Juanita Barefoot Miss Elaine Ed- Lawtey,
Lavinhouze, Dewey Lavinhouze, "The bride, who was given In and Starke were each well repre-
Mrs J. M. Cooper, Dewey Cooper, marriage by her brother, Wendell sented at this inspiring meeting
Mrs. M. O. Nelson, and W. E], Callstreet
Whetstone wore a gown of white Carolyn "The Dependable Store" Est, 1894
all of Mobile, Ala. Flume Miss
Cooper mousseline de sole. The bodice wards, Miss Clara ,
---.. Gayle Sewell and guest, Miss Mar-
Picnic August 24 taken from a recent issue of the I I tha Long of Bartow, Miss Nettle
'What She Sees Hears and Does .
Teachers and officers of the Daytona, Beach News-Journal. Dowling, Miss Virginia Anderson, WHILE THEY LASTREDUCTION

First Baptist Church decided Mills Manning Is a former residentof Well, summcr'll soon be overas Dye, Jr. and his beautifulbrunettebrideofaweekorso I I Misses Marjorie and Martha Mat-

Wednesday night to have a picnic, Starke and has many friends ( fashions go, at least) that cruisIng 'hews, Miss Jacqueline Andrews,
either at Kingsley Lake or Gold here who will learn with interestof pained expression means she's already around still honeymoonIng Miss Louise Stern, Miss Mural
Head Brunch State Park, Thurs her approaching marriage worryln' about her new fall Overheard: "Why doesn't Smith Miss Ida Lee Cone, Miss
day, August 24. "Engagement of Miss Reva Isabella outfit Look out :for a touch, somebody get out .nome uptodatepost Snookle Corpening of Biltmore, 50 %
All members, former members, Manning to J. Max Masseyof fellows If she has that far- cards of Kingsley Lake ana N. C., :Miss Enza Weaver Miss
or prospective members of the New Smyrna Beach has been away look In her eye she Is Starke? They could sell 'em." I Petty Stringfellow, Miss Sadie
Sunday School are Invited to at- announced by the brideelect'spar..nts dreaming about one of those My mosquito melody: "I Get Prince, Miss Rivers Hundley, and
tend, and transportation will be Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Man- swank fox, chubbles The stylists Along Without You Very Well" Miss Wava Horton, all of the

:furnished :for all. ning. say bustles are back State Farm.
In former years the picnic was &UHS Manning was graduatedfrom wouldn't want to be catty, but I Remember the good ole days Hugh Ingram Arch Thomas, ON
school where
an annual event, and it Is the Intention Mainland high could name several gals around when everybody rushed supper to Jr., Billy and Ernest Dowling, L.
of officers and teachers to she took a prominent part In glee town who're already right In meet the gang down In the drug H. Harper, Emmett Perryman,
resume this enjoyable outing every the club activities as a member the mixed style without any artificial means store ? Hear we're gonna Jimmy Sewell, John and Bill MEN'S SUMMER PANTSMEN'S
year girls' quartet whatsoever oops! was that have night football this fall Chalker, John Arthur Torode,
and the girls' trio and
nice No excuse then for: not going out Billy Jackson Harold Bishop,
member of Eta Chi SUMMER SHOESMEN'S
was a
Miss Ileva ManningTo And speaking of bustles reminds to root :for the home team If Everett McKinney N. T. Ritch,
rity. She Is now employed at
Wed J, Max Massey Coursen's studio. I me. that new dance you can beat the next fellow on Ralph Nettles, Julian Griffis, A.
Friends here of Miss Reva Man- "The prospective bridegroom received routine "Boompa-a-Dalsy" Is quite the library waiting list, read Z. Adkins, Jr., WInfred, Clifford, SUMMER HATSMEN'S
tricky wonder If the local "Grapes of: Wrath" by John Stein- and Dan Hazen, Gene and Bob
nig daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. his education in ShawneeOkla. ,
W. Manning of Daytona Beach, He is now connected with jitterbugs will take to it? beck It's down to earth and Long, A. W. Anderson, Jr., Ed- BATHING SUITS
"Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake" and one of those books you remember win St. John, Resale Colson, Art-
and niece of Mr, and Mrs. J, C. the First Federal Savings and
"Under the Chestnut long after you close the cover ford Brown LADIES' SUMMER SHOES
Manning of Starke, will be Inter- Loan Ass a cia t ion of New Spreading L. M Gaines, Ralph
ested In the following clipping Smyrna'' Tree" (dances) didn't go over so Enjoyed that review by Mrs. Wels- Rhodes, and Bruner and Tracy
big in these parts Group sInger In last week's issue Baker
dancing is such fun should do she's our library's best customer
more of It Remember the big has read all the books you
r kick we used to get out of and plan to read some day, but never I
August SpecialsAT put Into the "Big Apple"? will how I envy her FREE DELIVERYPHONE
Call St., on the go by Sadie The jolly ole' stork is In the s. R. Johns '

,.. "! Prince shopping in a chartruese Clar-Jean window again sure
'" -'' play suit very becoming to sIgn of interesting developments I
.. her blond lovliness Gloria Good laugh: A colored gal ap-
Johns In town, a striking young I plying to Mrs. J. M. Alvarez for

ALEXANDER'SMen's lady now how time doth :fly; work said her name was Pearly
., Little Ernestine Weaver, Gates I've heard a lot of: &Sonsl 45
netce of the Fred Stumps cut queer ones, but that takes the
Straw Hats Ladies' Silk Dresses enough for the movies A. E. cake Guy Andrews In town
Wall, Jr.. and Eddie Coffee ridingby and lookln' very'city sltckerish In NEAR THE S A. L. DEPOT
Worth up to $2.00 LAST CALL Dr. Sternberg over from white linen and'panama bat. CASH AND CARRY PRICES
Daytona for the week-end, very; There's one boy who made goodon
Sale Price Only about 75 left his worked his
much In demand for that fourthat own way 5 Pounds
bridge Lex Green with Lex, through the University Now 24 Ibs. Guaranteed
79c 98c Jr., a handsome little fellow has a good job with the Agry. SUGAR 19 C FLOUR 49c
no wonder he's his :father's pride Dept ,
and joy Wish I could alwaysbe Add similes: As yellow as Carl With
as perfectly "coiffured" as Mrs Rltch's new truck John Purchase 1-4 lb. |w With Purchase 1 Can
Men's Summer Ladies' Silk Dresses W. E. Murphreo. but then, Chalker letting' his hair grow out LIPTON'S V K 10c
Pants look what she has to work with! ditto Al Kay Carlisle Gffi FREE &4 Jf C BLACK PEPPER
2953954.95 Value Fonnle Brown and daughter, must be the Robert Taylor influence _

Worth to $2.25 Marian, in Virginia and planninga Wonder why small
up Last Call = Sale Price trip to the Fair how I envy boys don't play baseball anymore? TALL MILK Any Brand i
Sale Price and miss 'em Speed Harveyin When I was In rompers there - - -

$1.98Childrens town goln' :flshln' and still used to be a sand-lot game goingall
perturbed over the high cost of the time Are we rasln' a 10 Pounds 5 Ibs. Blue Rose

$1.49Men's llvin' bunch t of sissies, or do modern GRITS 21c RICE 15c
Walnut way That's Johnnie youngsters get, their exercise
Cotton Whlttemore's attractive sister, hangin' around street corners eat-

White Shoes t Dresses Agnes, spending a few days with In' boiled peanuts T 10 Pounds Best White
do Have been in the
Johnny and Margaret They you upstairs MEAL 19c 8c
Worth up to 2.25 59c-79c-98c Quality say she's&' whiz at the piano new armory yet? then by all BACON, Lb. _
I must run In the family Looked means atop in the next time you
Sale Price Last Call-Sale Price i good to see Comer Long walking :go by such a room! Almost 3 Pounds
I down town Friday after being 'rives you an inferiority complex COOKING ,

mighty sick Congratulations, just to stand there and contem- LARD 27c. OIL Gallon 6ge,
$1.59MEN'S 49c Comer, for pulling through after plate Its vastness Of course _
beIng so near the ragged edge in armory is primarily Intendedfor '
Lake Lookln' Jack and Rosalind the army, but I couldn't help BUTTER CHEESE
Williams dispensed barbecued thinking what a perfectly deevlne Pound 28c 19c
SUMMER Ladies' White
fish tother night yum yum place for a dance so much Pound
SUITS Sandals Glen Searings (Wall cottage) wall space for the wall flowers ,
did a little deep sea fish In' at St If you know what I mean Sliced Breakfast .
Regular $2.00 and $2.25 Augustine last Thursday Charles Allen, our amiable young Club
One Half Price Quality caught a mess (or should I say Presbyterian minister, and hisrldeofaweek BACON, Pound I i 9 C STEAKS 14c

mass) of fish no idle stories, > stopping here before -
Last Call-Sale Price either they had pictures to continuing their honeymoonto
prove It As John Hagen would the mountains of Tennessee Pounds stew
Ladies' White say Twos-a mighty big blowon she an attractive little brunette 25c ] 212C'OLEO

SandalsOdds $1.59Swim Lake Kingsley Friday night"' quietly friendly will makea BEEF, Lb. _
Still I can't understand why welcome addition to our fair
and Ends-Worth up some folks head for town when city Church St., on the boom WESTERN MEATS A T POPULAR PRICES
to $2,00 pair Trunks & the first "white cap" appears . all the new building going on 2 Heads
to me the lake Is never more there Junius and Virginia
Last Call-Sale Price, Suits thrilling than in one of its rough Smith slated to be the next home- LETTUCE 15CLEMONS 1 i 15c
I and tumble moods owners on this quiet and peaceful
In Swlmmln Doshla SmithIs thoroughfare .
98c One Half Price a knockout In that purple taffeta Swell motto from the incorri- 4 Pounds
bathing suit how does gible Elsa Maxwell: "Take the 3 Pounds
he have the heart to get it wet? light things seriously, and the C ONIONS
AH Summer Goods reduced to or about half price---you Doshla, Dot Bishop, and Edna serious things lightly!" Would

have a long time yet to wear summer clothes-So buy Pearce report grand houseparty that we could, Elsa would, 50.50
NOW and SAVE ONE-HALF-We guarantee satisfac- last week Mrs. Geo. Livingston that we could Life, must be I Ivery I F EGG f
tion and everything as represented or your money re- charmln lady from Tampa is pleasant, indeed for those SCRATCH $ 1 80 MASH $2 45f

funded.ALEXANDER&CO.. our best lake booster when who can: 'I''j E E EE
he first "resorted" there ware Parting Shot Do people N I .
only five cottages on Kingsley. really mean it when they say they j
verily, we progress, eh what? don't want their names in the Complete Line of E ED

Ask Junior.Adklns. toy do his Imitation 1 paper? I wonder Well
of U8 gals gettin' ready for''I Greta Garbo got a lot of good TUXEDO FEEDSFor AIL
STARKE, FLA. B. E. IIATFIELD, Mgr. bed you'll roll In the aisle .1 I]publicity that way too WE Purposes ,
On the North Side Bryan) So long ie you In the next RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMTT QUANTITIES
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Mr. and Mrs. Ransom McDowelland i The W. I'. T. U. will meet this! Mrs f'. I. :Mananaa! returned to- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of:
I son Julian of Jacksonville week at the home of Mrs. R. L. her home Tuesday night afterspending Red Springs, N. C., en route to

were guests of Mrs. McDowell's Kemp: this afternoon at 3:30: o'- two months in Columbia, St. Petersburg, were guests Saturday -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ugloxv clock. All members are urged to+
Jdtur weeks In Tallahassee with rela' Belle Glade are visiting friends Frances Willard will be resumed. Zone, and New York City. Whilein drick. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson

elite "- tives. here and at the State Farm this I New York City Mrs. Manaaaa were accompanied to St. Peters
-- Mrs. Elva Norwood and Mrs. burg by Mrs. W.S.. Gibson and
Y, ,o./-. was visiting week.L. Mary Wllllard of Auburndale are Mrs. W. K. Wilder and daughter was the guest of her non-ln-law Billy, who spent last week
C II"Ilt Sunday. I Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight : of Orlando are visiting Mrs. won
here and and
ill )IBCK' I visiting relatives aBrooker. daughter Major and Mrs. G. here with her parents Mr. and
__ -- I were visitors to Jacksonville Sat A. Rennolds of Richmond Va. Graham, and the State Mae Edwards and Mrs. Fay Gill C. Irvin. Mra. Kendrick.
W ,;riffln of Jackson- urday. will arrive Friday to spend the Farm this week. Mrs. Wilder will spend this week
some time i here. I week-end here with Mrs. Ren end in Jacksonville with Mrs. E.
spending folds I T. King and will return here Mon Ming dna Pearce Miss Douhla Typewriter ribbons carbon
Mr. and
Mrs. V. S. St. John
I Mrs. J. C. and I second sheets
Poppell adding
Hart, and son paper, ;
W H. day. Smith. Miss Harriet Bishop MUM
Mrs and family spent Sunday at Silver
and Manning and I Joseph, Mrs. Cecil Reale antdaughter machine paper at Bradford Coun-
MrsV (r Springs. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long oi Lorraine Smith Mia 'rwtceaPeek
Plant .
d of City wer
of I ty Telegraph.
guests sunday Gainesville Mr. and Mrs L. E. Jordan and Dill Powell, and ArUord
were were guests recently I
; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren E.
I W Beasley of Eo'' sons, Edward and Harold, of Brown enjoyed a houacparty In ..
of Mrs.
Mn Long's mother, Mrs. S.
d I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren Perkins recently. ----- --
I wM are spending Brownlee. I Oviedo were guests Sunday of Mr. one of the A. E. Wall cottages on
lie made a business trip to Talla-
on Geneva Lake.ntaWord. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Jordan Kingalt-y Lake last week. The
!De sz======ss= hassee Wednesday.. Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. F. A. and Harold, remained for t a party wag chaperoned by Mr. and RITZ THEATRESTARKE
Dorothy Johns returned Sunday Canova and daughters, Mary Ann longer visit with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Glen Wood.
Mrs. S. T. Johns of Raiford was after spending three weeks in and Carolyn, of Gainesville were Griffin.
> the guest Wednesday of Mr. and Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. L. luncheon guests Wednesday ol I Beverly -- FLORIDA
Mrs. Mallory Thomas. I J. Johns. Mills who Is attending
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. Mrs. L. A. Canova and two
I : summer school nt theFlorida Fri., Sat.. Aug. 18 &: 19
and Mr. and Mrs. George C.
cows ,
t op; TO Mrs. Priest and Merrill State College for Women
Clyde Miss Futch returned Friday; I "RIDERS OF JU.ACKIJlLI
paid on all End O' Summer SpecialA i White, Frances White, Mr. and I'
prices 'In
Market Marion Dowling spent Wednesday after spending two weeks' R. O. TalUhasaee, spent the weekend -
ODOM, box 247 bOHutlful, large 7 by 9 i'ortrait Mrs. Carl Alderman and two sons "
i 0 i at her home
afternoon in Gainesville. T. C. encampment at Fort Scriven, on Kingsley Lake.
[ 3-31-lyr.p mounted In a handsome were at Jacksonville Bench Monday While *Thn- !
i I here MemqultecrV'and
'e, Fla Georgia.Mrs. I she had as her guests!
folder complete, for only $).ISO'I : visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Miss ,
I Kllzabeth;
variety Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Bryant of Jack-
\LE Improved For SO days only. The greatest Blltch.Mr. .
: strawberry plants, son, Spencer have been visitingIn T. W. Oliver of Savannah, sonville and Miss: Mary Frances Tho Lady and The Mob"
of the at-
nary bargain year
Auburndale and Ft. Ga., and Mrs. W. F. of Morrow of Tallahassee. \
Myers. Swinyer :
per thousand. Cheaper by Hoover Bros. Studio and Mrs. F. F. Stump and Sun.. Mon., Aug. 20 &: 21 ,\
fudd 8-19/ 26tp San Francisco are spending sometime Weaver and .
M!, It guests Mrs. E. L.
End 0' Summer bargain, Don't here.S. Whit- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trump hud "TAUZAN FINDS A SON"Johnny
LE- 3o.acre farm, 8 miles miss having one of those largephotos I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews have granddaughter beck, of Staunton, Va.. and Miss as their guests last week Mr. and Welamuller, Maureen
j"of Starke 6-room house. made for $1.50, SO days : R. Johns, Jr., spent Sunday! had as recent guests Miss Mary ,I Marjorie Stump visited the Marine Mrs. Eiithan A. Trump and two O'Sulllvan
laid pasture for .stock; only, at Hoover Hroi Studio. I! In Augusta, Ga., with his brother- River, Miss Patricia Wtlliird, and Studios near St. Augustine last children of South Mend Ind., alao MARCH OF TIME & Band Short
[for trucking. Variety of in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs D. L. Shaw, and Miss Lor-: Mr. Trump's slater, Mm. Myrtle
i and grapes. 20 acres infer Miss Merry Beth Knight left I N. Christy. ene Shaw of LaCrosse. Thursday.Mr. Miller of Klkhart.: Ind. After Tuesday Aug. 22nd

; Mrs. J. J. Ziegler, Wednesday for a visit with Mary and Mrs. J. W. McNeer and I I visiting St. Augustine and other "AIISSINC. DAUGHTERS"Richard
Sea, Fla. 8-18 4tpbeautiful Catherine Simmons In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy will Miss Vera Lindsey of Tallahassee Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Tampa points of interest, they left for
leave Sunday for Laurens, S. C. was the guest lust weekend of Mr. and I! their homes during tho weekend.Mr. Arlen, Rochelle Hudson
ALE large, of Mr. and Mrs, E. S. Matthews were guests Friday ; Color Cat toon & Sport light
tour the
blx Palm Tree In good Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis of While there they will Mrs. M. F. Brown. Mrs. Fitzgerald I -

Reasonable. See Mrs. Arcadia were guests Monday of Smoky Mountains- and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. remained for a longer visit and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Wnd., Thurs., Aug. 23 & 21
'. Rennolds. ltp Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Matthews. at Kingsley Lake. with her son-in-law and daughter,, Ion, Jimmy, of Tampa were guests
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Wilkinsonand Mr. and Mrs. Brown. last week-end of Mra. Hoppo's "DODGE CITY"Errol
JENT: OR SALE -- conven- Miss Phyllis Claghon of St. son, Edgar spent Sunday In The Woman's Society of Christ- brother-in-law and slater Mr. and Flynn, Olivia de Havilland.
5 room house newly reno- Petersburg is the guest of the I PalHtka as guests of Mr. and Mrs) Ian Service of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Hlnson of Mrs. O. L. Beasley. They were Ann Sheridan. Bruce Cabot,
Apply 101 Lafayettet Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson.Mr. W. R. Wilkinson. Church will meet Monday afternoon Ft. Lauderdale, en route from accompanied home by Mr. and Frank McHughCOMING
| Starke ltp I at 3:30: o'clock at the church California, and Mr. and Mrs. R. I Mrs. A. C burden: also of Tampa
"" and Mrs. W. T. Knight of Bobbie Biggs has returned home I Program and business meeting. W. Mills and daughter, :Miss i who have spent the post. two ROONUK -
$\LF. TIIKEK WELLLOTS. Madison were guests Wednesdayof after spending some time In St. Elizabeth Mills of Jacksonvillewere 'wi'eks here with Mr. and Mrs. "..,\ VICTOR! "

%TEI) BUILDING Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. I Augustine with his grandmother, Mrs. Addle Ritch of Clover, S. guests Sunday of Mr. and I Beasley.) and by Mrs. J. W. Kln- "SKCONII FIDDLK"UAUUHTKKS
KLMO: STKUTII, Mrs. O. J. Griffin.Mr. C. and Mrs. Fred Whitner of Mrs. F F. Flume caid. who Is spending thin work In : COI'K.\OEOl
!sTIKKKKKY KEAS- Mrs. J. B. and Mrs. W. B. I ._ .n -
Sapp Shelby N. C., are guests of Mrs. Tarn in i.
JUILV\ PKICKI lip Mundy were guests Monday of and Mrs. L. C. Ray are In Hitch's mother, Mrs. Mary Dover,, Mr. and Mrs. B. t<:. Hatfteld, Jr.
ED i 100,000 or more Mis- Mrs. Thelma Steele in Gainesville. I Jacksonville visiting their son and Mr. and Mrs T. N. Kendrick returned to their home In Atlanta I
.. and daughter-In-law, the Rev. and after spending several
I v strawberry plants, ready Tuesday
'ma' Sept or Oct. with Mrs. R. G. Ktdd and son Richard -I Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand days here with Mr. and Mrs. n.1 INSURANCEHAROLD
stem md large white were recent guests of Mr. and children of Jacksonville en E. Hatflcld, Sr. The younger
State best price here Mrs. W. R. Sandlin in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle of route from a visit in St. Peters- Mr. Hatfield Is an engineer with

[there I 0 Spooner, Box Jacksonville spent the week-end burg, were guests Sunday afternoon the J. n. McCrnry Co. I
Plant i-lty' Fla.rectangular Mrs. W. H. Hart,, Mrs. N. D. I here as guests of Mrs. Doyle's of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. __ I
Wainwrlght, Jr., Mrs. W. N.I I mother, Mrs. Fay Gill. Miss Margaret Lowry, who has
white gold North, Mrs. Sam Anderson and I spent the past two weeks here as I
r ring set with three guest, Miss Martha Ann Burton Miss Edna Pearce returned to Bernice and Arthur Moody of the guest of Miss Jean Davis will
[indg and two sapphires. If of Rome, Ga., and Mrs. W. B. Miami Wednesday after spendingthree I Auburndale are making their leave for Jacksonville where she C. WALL AGENCY
1 pleas return to Tele- Mundy spent Tuesday in Jackson- I. weeks here with her moth home here with their uncle nnd will visit Miss Gloria Johns for I

office REWARD. It ville. I er, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Parrlsh, several days before returning to Please Phone 146niii1
and will enter school here this I her home In Maryville, Tenn
Joan Carpenter spent several Fall

days last week In Jacksonvillewith I Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Jr.,
OODRICH TIRES AND BATTERIES her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Miss Snookie Corpening will! and children, Mr. unit Mrs. A. B. II

Mrs. George Bennett. leave tomorrow for Washington,, I Canova, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Simpson -
ENITH and MOTOROLA RADIOSSOLD D. C., to visit her mother, Mrs : all of Jacksonville and Mra ;
Miss Agnes Whittemore of Huld.ill Corpening, before return-I W. R. Canova of Tallahassee were Grocery
ON EASY TERMS Bradenton is the guest of' herbrotherInlaw Ing to Biltmore, N. C., for the guests Sunday of Mrs. P. E. Can-
and sister, Mr. and winter. ova, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Mrs. J. M. Whittemore.Mr. Kidd.
Mrs. F. A. Moore and grand-! -- AND MARKETSTARKE
STERN'S GARAGE and Mrs. H. C. Ritch and children, Thomas Allen and Janet The Rev. Dr. ,,Cole and

Mrs. E. L. Biggs left Sunday fora Steele, of Gainesville were guests I Mrs. Cole and sons John and Ray FLA.
STARKE, FLORIDA vacation In Charlotte and other last week-end of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas, of St. Petersburg were
points In North Carolina. B. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. guests last week of the Rev and
I Potatoes 10 Ibs. 20c
Mundy. Mrs. Frank Robinson. The Rev I N. C. Cobbler

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Poppell and Dr. Cole 1 Is pastor of the Euclid
family of Lakeland spent the Mrs. F. A. Canova and daugh- Methodist Church In St. Petersburg -\
NAT SEZ: week-end here as guests of Mr. ters, Mary Ann and Carolyn, will Lettuce or Carrots 2 for 15c
and Mrs. Warren E. Perkins. arrive the latter .part of this I

Well\ blow me'down If another week to spend two weeks at Mrs. I I The Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith THOMPSON SEEDLESS I1KAUTIFULBANANAS
sumfmer hasn't parsed into hlxtory Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. S. L. E. E. Canova's cottage. on Kings- and three sons, who have been
surd here It In just about time for Peek, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, Miss ley Lake. I I visiting In DeLand and Cocoa, GRAPES
school to open again. Ain't It Frances Peek, and John Chalker I will return here tomorrow and I
funny, kids, flow long It takes spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. Mlas Shirley Morgan is spendingthis spend several days with Mr, and
Santy Claim to come, but how week with her brotherinlawand I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee before returning 2 Ibs. 15c 4lhsA5c'Cooking
quick the opening of school rolls Mrs. W. H. Perkins left Wed- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lester' tc their home In Wash

around. Wen, If you gotta go, nesday for a visit! with her son- Hall, in rstra. Mr. and Mrs. Hall ington, D. C,
you gotta go, and you might as in-law and daughter, Mr. and were week-end guest of Mr. .andL.
well go looking neat M a pin In Mrs. R. B. Trask In Lakeland. U .Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hughesand Apples, 3 Ifas. 13c

a brand new outfit from Stern- sons, Richard, Jr., and Lawrence -
berg' Eldredge Smith and Sam Alva- Mr and Mrs. J. C. Dowling and of Daytona Beach, were renewing -
rez drove to Shubuta, Miss., where small daughter of High Springs old acquaintances here Kitchen Matches 2 Boxes5c
they spent the week-end with Mr. spent Saturday through Wednes-I Monday. Before her marriage, ,
TOM and Mrs. J. E. Toney and family. day as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Hughes wan Miss Marie
A. Futch and G. M. SIstrunk at 1 Manning and lived here with her
( and colored) Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard of Kingsley Lake. :I I parent for a number of years. Table Salt 2 Boxes - 5c

'k t Jacksonville were guests Sundayof
w' Shirts ___ 85c their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and son Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cummings

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. Pitner, returned here Monday I and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stephen Blue Box Super Suds - lOc
after spending several months In of Des Moines, Iowa were guests
Shorts 79c & 98c
Special See that beautiful Milledgevllle, Ga.. and In the Monday of Mr. and Mrs F. A. HAH OF r/tufouvK soAr FEES
(The kind that wear' well) large portrait we' are making for mountains of North Carolina with I Scott. Mr. Cummings I* a relative -

p. $1.50, for 30 days only Hoover Dr. Vandivlere. of Mrs. Scott. The party BEST WHITE BEST SMOKED
route home via Tallahassee -
were en
Long Pants 98c Bros. Studio. Miss Audrey Carlisle, of Macon, I I where they will visit Mr,, BACON BACON

& $1.49Just Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan and Georgia i Is spending a two wek'k I and Mr. J. G. Kellum. Mr. and I
Boree of vacation here with her son-in-law and daughter of Mr.,
Mr. and Mrs Randolph parents,
( the thing for opening Jacksonville spent Sunday In Man- }II'. and Mrs J. B. Carlisle. Miss I and Mrs. Cummings. They had Pound 7'/c Pound lIe

day) atee with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Ker- Carlisle Is a student nurse In a been on a month's vacation tour
Macon Hospital.Mr. : of Florida going as far south a*
sey. I Key West.
a& Pajamas $1.00Help The Rev. Fred L. Martin of 'Pa- and Mrs. Carl Alderman I SUGAR Pounds - 23c

( to get that needed hokee en route from a trip to and two sons, George and Bruce, I
; rent) Canada was the guest Friday of and :Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and( SPECIALS
: the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin- son Pitner, spent 'Tuesday' in'' Blue Rose Rice 5 Pounds -. 17c
Tallahassee visiting Mr. E. R ,
PETERS SHOES son. Marshburn and family. I'! PORCH GLIDERS

Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and __ I Swifts or Armours Milk Tall Can 5cWISCONSIN"
$9.95 to $29.50
Bon Jimmy, of Macclenny were Mrs. G. C. Livingston returned i
Boys Oxfords guests Sunday of Mrs. Black's Monday to her home In Tampa I COUNTRY ROLL
$1.25 parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken- after spending two weeks at METAL SPRING CHAIRS
up Kingsley Lake ai the guest of
drlck. j
P (They'll stand punishment) Mr and Mr*. E. S. Matthews and $2.95 CHEESE BUTTERPound

Mrs. A J. Grlffla spent last Mr. and Mr. E. L. Matthew
Girls Oxfords ---- with her brother and
$1.98They sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mr. and Mr*. Cyrus Hoover,
Sullivan three miles southeast of who have been living In St. Petersburg $12.50BATTERY
( can take It too) Starke. are vUltlng Mrs. Hoover's REGULAR

parent Mr. and Mr. Pate Gas- '

Girls Straps ...-- Miss Anne Tarry of Rome, Ga., sett. They will l leave loon to RADIOS PICNIC HAMS Pound - 15c 1 J

$1.19 up la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam make their home In Jacksonville. .
i I $9.95THE
Anderson and their house guest REAL GOOD .
(For the bliss who like to Martha Ann Burton also of Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Burns and
rass..,? dress) Rome, Ga.Ryden children, Joan and Jean, and Mr. I BREAKFAST BACON Pound 21c :
i and Mrs. Kenneth S arle* of Atlanta -I I ,

Williams of ,Sebring Is Ga., were of guest Mia Mina Tuesday Man- JOHN H. DENMARK LAMB STEW/ Pound19c f.
back here for a few weeks In the and Wednesday .
TERNBERCT I capacity of publicity director for atsa. Mr. Burn and children ,
Bold; Head Branch State Park. remained here for a few day FURNITURE FRESH CELERY 'y
I Mr. Williams handled the very tltit' while the other In the party 20'
luccesoful opening of the Park ''made. business trip to South J I Starke, SALAD. 15 Oz. Jar - 22cCo' ': dll

several month: .(?.


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I : \IRMERS' SECTIONRURAL I .\APPRECIATE HIS By l\frs. Z. Z. Griffls ; k\ i' I


... r Joe Griff Jr. of Jacksonville ,| ) .
I Lack of knowledge and appreciation the week-end here with his TAKES; OVER DUTIES
TIlEIJOUSEIJOLI spent Mrs. J. E. Ross has .
HINTS FOR Ralford,- t
_ of the soil Itself Is the big- uncle C. A. Griffis. ,

COMMON SENSE ) I gest reason many northern Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and assumed duties aa postmistress She succeeds at .,

farmers have let more than children, and Mr, and Mrs. M. J. the Raiford postoffice. } > Ib
MARINATING ADDS ZEST S. T. Dowling who has been :!
FARMING AND INDUSTRY half the topsoil on their fields Green and children were guests i :
for the past two '
I wash away, Dr. Wllmon Newell of :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis of acting postmaster

Business men would do well to The problem of meal planning I director of the Florida Agricultural Clay County on Wednesday of years. : ht

$ focus every possible effort upon In summertime Is one of serving Extension Service, said this last week. }

the interdependent problems of dishes that look and are cool and week. Harvey Gainey spent Sunday BRIDGE WORKER KILLED I :'

)_ agriculture and IndUBtry to avert that taste good without being know with George Wise In Green Cove' Jacksonville,-P. R. Purser, 50-
seasoned. Acid Just as a carpenter ;
t_ low living 8tandardi and povertyfor rich or highly Springs.Mrs. year-old carpenter who fell 20 i
the kind of lumber he is working |
flavors the answer. way
farmers and diminishing pro are Ida Chase and Margaret feet Saturday from a new bridge ',
to marinating with, the farmer needs to_ know 8rk'
DIrector of them Is use
Assistant providing
fits for Industry. Griffls were dinner. guests of Mr. being built across the St. Johns I ,
has if he is to
the federal mixtures for some of the the kind of soil he !
Reuben Brigham of well and Mrs. Z. Z .Griffls Sunday.BETHEL river here, died from injuries he
main farm it Intelligently as as
used In
said salads
Service re- summer
) Extension \
landed on a
--- received when
of marinade be a save it; from eroislon. He needsto
dishes. A may
in addressing a group 1 I ,
Bent ly concrete foundation block. i
secretaries on agricul- sour fruit Juice usually lemon or consider the thickness and tex- GINtionMrs. &\!
: commerce Mrs. Susie
p tural progress in the South. vinegar, sour cream, or tomato ture of the rich layer of topsoil By I :;

He cited instances In which in- I Juice. It may be used alone or In as well as the subsoil beneath. He Mary Starling of Starke STONK: IN APPENDIX ]
needs to consider the slope of the stone was foundin "
agricultural a French dressing. ClearWater. ill
had sponsored I
her ,
dURtry with parents
spent Sunday
the benefit of Is land' over each field, how j badly the appendix of John S. Taylorin 0//
Improvement to The trick about marinating Mr. and Mrs. Johnson.
soil washes and how much of I ata I
both groups. A campaign which to mix the dressing and the salad Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton of an appendectomy performed i '

bad received nationwide comment materials several hours before it Is already gone. Bethel moved to Penny Farms hospital here and Miss LilyFoley i ,

recently Is the "plant to prosper" hand, pack well, and chill. Then There are some soil types In I this week. I superintendent of nurses, ;J

program sponsored by the Memphis tho marinating mixture pen the northwestern part of the I I of said it was the fifth such case in !
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Donnley
Commercial Appeal In Us circulation etrates through and through the state where farmers on badly I U. S. medical history. Taylor's PI
: territory of Tennessee, salad, and softens meat fibres, if eroded land are managing to eke Klogsley Lake were recent guestsof condition was good.ALUGATOK .

Arkansas. Mlnslsslppl and Missouri It is a meat salad. Lettuce leaves I out a living almost farming in the Mr. and Mrs. Eldra Glisson. "
Mr. and Mrs. IS. R. Bowers
As the farmers have pros and salad garnishes are not marinated I subsoil. There lire other clayey, KILLED ) J
where Mr. :
have purchased many however because they hard subsoils that are better suited have gone to '
pered they week's Clearwater-A 200 year old ,
will conduct
Bowers a
from the merchants In would lose their crispness. for making brick than farm bo
things meeting at his church there. alligator in Lake Butler was kill ,
and employment "The most striking proofI
town giving business For potato salad marinate hot ing. Mrs. Roy Anders was the guestof ed today. Old Worry Wart, 11-
local re tellers know of the Importance of the
not only to sliced potatoes with French dress- foot saurian, was killed by Game '
Mrs. Anders Sunday.
and others soil" Dr. Newell said, !\
but to distributors ing containing chopped onions, or Mrs. Carl Kelly and children of I Warden Elmer Daniels. The Alligator -
manufacturer. "Is to examine soil on a continuously -
clear buck to with a hot cooked salad dressing. Osteen were guests this week of had been making raids on I ,
cited the work of Wisconsin cultivated slope where the ence.'o' tilt
Brigham and Chill and serve Small left-over her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. farms near the lake, having taken ,
is of inches ,
advertising a
in topsoil couple ,
_ bankers portions of cooked carrots, beets, Hlggenbotham. away seven small pigs In less than
activities to Improve farm- then go to a nearby wooded slope i t
other string beans, and cooked
peas Mrs. Carry Rhoden was the two weeks. .
conditions Irrthat state. There to find from 8 to 12 Inches of .. ,
Ing cabbage can be combined and
banks In Florida good topsoil." guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Cal | I|
are a number and marinated for a hearty vegetable Glisson.
other states that not only Within single field there is TIS'TWI S
and salad. Possibly a few crisp a Mrs. R. V. Allen, Ira Allen, and
make loans but In other ways en- raw salad vegetables may be added a big difference in soil and the extent John Htggenbotham were visit Clearwater, Twin girls It
agriculture. Many of of erosion because over the weighing two pounds, two ounces !
courage at serving time. '
friends and relatives! in Os .
4-11' ing J'
to -born at here to. Mr. :
them are making loans field there are steeper slopes from a hospital ..
The cooked dressing teen
club boys and girls as well as to ordinary which practically all the topsoil Sunday. and Mrs. Guy McMullen, are givena I : S\
for cold slaw is marinade
a ,
adult farmers, and finding the shredded cab has washed. Those badly eroded each farm has proved a very Important fair chance to live. Each babyIs I iii
poured over raw
I youngsters to be good credit riskS: bage.A steep slopes need to be retired to step In the whole-farm kept in a specially devised Incubator 4: < ,

Others In Florida are now looking good marinade for chicken thick-growing crops, while more approach of controlling erosion and each is fed with an !,

with favor upon loans to cattlemen naiad in a mixture pf vinegar or level areas below are still good that is now being demonstrated 'eye dropper every two hours day)

who are Improving their pas- for careful farming. A careful in erosion control areas over the i and night.
: lemon Juice and chicken fat. Meat ; ..

tures as well as their animals. _anlnfla m__!.. _Ufa._ ti__.H_.._.._* _If_ _,"_.".,..lnAI.I.______ _. study and survey of the soil on the state. Dr. Newell explained. 4" I .<
business men every-
Progressive that low farm Income Beef vinaigrette Is a Creole dish FinE AT STATE FAKMRaiford : I } l' .,
where realize ,-Fire of undetermined I
made by marinating lean soup : '
standards of living I flS-P amf1" :
nnd low v- .1\mJ
for meat cut Into cubes French i origin partly destroyed the electric -
low purchasing power L-i i C
mean dressing with onion or a trace of shop at State Prison Farm re-
and in any area. r

business Mil! Perkins Industry president Commodities of Corpora the- used.garlic Is the marinade generally !pogRggg) cently.at $500 The dollars.damage was The estimated buildingwas I

Federal Surplus ... of tin construction. The Interior I
tlon, recently pointed out Dr 0 //.:> HE/D ,
SPOTLIGHT OF WORLD'S was destroyed by fire or I
Americans Photo
that there are 40,000,000 Music Fr.atures & Syndicate i I
POULTRY: CONGRESS: IS damaged by water. No one was injured () I I .
living In families whose CAPTURED BV FLORIDA : THE meet versatile lyric writer represented on Broadway this season is I I or hurt. b
cash income Is only $9 a Y. Harburg, called "Yip" by bill cronies. Harburg not: only wrote

week, Studies have indicated Florida captured the spotlightat i the words, but conceived: th. idea of. Ed Wynn's new revue.c'Hooray For I .-- I I )
that this group upends about $1 a w flat,' now running SHE MAOi; GOOD
for food. the recent World's Poultry at the Win- time. (12) It is Identical with an '
meal LakelandFrances
week 5 cents a Langford,
Congress in Cleveland, accordingto ter Garden. Har- air from "Ulysses," an opera by ,
Perkins says that half of the reports received from the Ohio burg is UsUanya..oclated J. C. Smith. (13)) The air Is the I the local. girl who made good in ,

farmers, who compose 24 percentof and elsewhere. in same as that of a tune, "Did Little : the movies and the radio, and her I F

the nation's population and city song writing Dickey Ever Trick Ye" in an opera husband, John Hall, the movie

receive only 11 percent of the na Mrs. Homer Hlxson, of Gainesville with Vernon by Arne about 1759. (14) Dr. : star, visited her parents, who live !;.

can't buy enough to won the $1,000 first prizeIn Duke and Harold Schuckburgh. and surgeon In here. I
tion's Income, fellow the British Army encamped in 1775 They are spending a vacation -
give the wheels of Industry more the egg meal menu contest and members Arlen of the near Albany composed the tune and I at a secluded "spot' on Indian ,: t

than a turn or two. He adds, "No thereby achieved national recognition American Sotietyofompoi recommended It to his fellow-offi Rocks beach on the Florida west

wonder there Is unemployment In for herself and for her cers as one of the famous airs of coast.

our cities. No wonder there are state. _.*:*-..- -v. crl| Autnors. ana martial music. (15) Dr. Schuck- ,

who have Florida's exhibit depicting the Lout Reid Publisher, but burgh wrote "Yankee Doodle" ,
millions of youngsters | PRIOR RIGHTS
probably his best verses to an old-fashioned jig. ((16)
less to eat than is required by I poultry industry of this state and known song "Brother. Can You The air is of Irish origin and Is Fort Pierce-The city commission .

minimum health standards. We Ito possibilities attracted the attention Spare a Dime," was written to the identical with "All the Way toOalway has enacted a law forbiddingthe

are taking dangerous risks with of thousands who attended melody of Jay Gorney; his most driving of automobiles on the FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

these children who need to be I the congress. Reports indicated tuneful one, according to those who ,. III ,. beach within the city limits. The
If they are to that the Florida exhibit attractedas know their fox-trotting way around Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for !Me to RenderEFFICIE.'IJT.
physically strong the dance floor, is "April In Paris.. Down through the centuries "Yan State Supreme Court recently
much if not more attention PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
make their contribution, to the Harburg belongs to that select, kee Doodle" remain a favorite o/ held in another case that bathers

democracy of tomorrow." than that of any other state re growing school of lyric writers, the people. fn 1936 there were 7,559 had prior rights, reaching back to MODERATE PRICES

presented.Mrs. whose sentimentality U expressed ''I' performance cf the tune over the the dawn of time, in the use of DeWITT C. JONES
Hlxson of 20 with} tongue in They principal radio networks, according
was one cheek. are beaches on which motor vehiclesare Starke, Florida
mc J1I.:7fBouda. women from various sections of mirthful rattier titan to sac currently completed driven.
I morbid. listings
the nation invited to attend the
A.8CAP.. .
prepared by
S E congress and demonstrate their Schubert's "Ave Maria CONE TAKES REST

egg meal meus. Cooking In competition ," played as a violin It was the old. but Tallahassee, Governor Cone .

with the women from oth. solo, can almost alwaysbe i agile, maestro.; Ben Bernie has
er states and sections, Mrs. Hlx depended upon to who reduced lyrical returned to his office after
break a rapt attentionIn I sentimentality to absurd resting at the Executive Mansionfor
son won first place and the $1,000 NOW.
a bridge game or a' ity with renditions of a nearly a week. He received
prize. Her triumph was publicized detective story. 'i ditty called "Is I in business visitors during his
stayat 0 0
:. by radio and newspapers throughout 1 Love? I I*," by Robinson home. The Governor has
the country. Charles 8. Skilton.! &: Cooke. The not

y1. Her prize winning meal, which A8CAP, composer, toys trouble it it didn't stay taken a vacation this Summer.He .
that geography ana reduced.' will go to New York late this R
required an hour and 45 minutesto
4.- language ore responsible '-..- *? month for Florida Week at the
prepare, consisted of the followIng for the deep voice Fred Waring states World' Fair.

; dishes: ,_. of Rltljian"filler,. Deep that "coHene: glee: clubs. -,
1 JACK'hvlLELEADING: ; Tomato voice are fount in e v when well-directed and TYPEWRITER' AT HOME

HOTEL juice-cocktail. Northern chaseS, wMle Harburg enthusiastic:. are the top I GET PISTOL RANGE:

I Chicken liver omelet. the general vocal range ?AqrJLP_T -. in amateur musiciani Jacksonville,-The Jacksonville

.4iUtL Ut di. mod.' l, Browned potatoes. much higher in Southerly coun ship today.". police department is going to geta
F prool kuI.I ta Asparagus with Hollandaise tries. Also, the language of a land Can it be there are any college new $15,514 pistol BO
Ii I'1 range
lwart downow* sauce. affects the racial voice guile definitely glee clubs that are unenthusiastic!
SUMMER Jack.onWs. vs1 over a period of many generations. may Improve their
COMFORT Lettuce with French dressing. i to shooting eyes. The W. P. A. allocated -
room with tub ihowM. wn watoftndl Whole wheat muffins. bassos go fully/ an octave be- have launched more persons won $10,004 in federal funds

*. nfY.n.Uan blind t-nr two! Fruit roll. low any other toss singers in the famous careers at entertainers than for the project which will be located -
*llb luMprln nattrM and Nadlao; Beverage.Mrs. world. any other bandleader. Moll famous
taayt IIunIntcwat.eoa T. HOOT, at the municipal airport. .z.----. ,
rf _& alumni of the Whitema organization -=-
Hlxson la the wife of Dr. ,
The .
city commission will
are tiing Vrosby, Morton pay $4,
POPULALPRICCD Homer Hixson, entomology Instructor Practice makes perfect is, and always Downey Ferde Orofe, lack Fulton, 610 of the cost.I'KPI'ER .
COCKTAIL LOUNGE cad in the University erf baa been, the favorite axiom Lennie Hayton .

COFFEE SHOP Florida College of Agriculture.She of the musician.who take his work -
: i
,. It was Pader wikl who ,
is a graduate of Oklahoma A., said that If h Tallahassee '
itop practicing Florida's energetic -
Othw J.1 r_..."..,HatsisN&.IPuIt.sCIisttsss.qu D.Sot-sisash" and M. College, where she specialized ik day, h. can teU it; "if I stop two Leading pathfinder among the Senator Claude Pepper made

--- -.----- ----- -- -. 4 In home economics. day. the critics: can tell it; if I stop classical broadcasters is unquestionably the nation's headlines
three days, the public can tell it.' Leopold Stokowtki Frequently when during -
he passes by the familiar matters the closing hours of Congress, '

INSURIJOHNS 3 WITH I 14 TheorIes' cf 1 Tune that haunt the better bands, to give he took the floor in the U. S.

Did you know that, according to a friendly nod to the moderns Radio Senate to make an empassloned :s' ;

& W AJNWRIGHT the Library of Congress, there are to him is a medium for the new and I .speech in defense of the Presidentand
for tomorrow's
sixteen theories on the origin of spectacular sensa
FIRE LIFE AUTO '. LIABILITY BONDS "Yankee Doodle?" (1) It was composed tion. If Grofe or William Grant Still I i the new Deal. Bitterly berating
by a British officer daring the can provide it. to much the better. those who had consistently ,

Phone 13 ST4RKE, FLORIDA" Revolutionary War. (2) The air had If Stravinsky and Shostakovitch do I I opposed administration measures,
its origin in "Schalmer Tans," a provide it, you shall have it-and a | he shouted: "I am
unwilling to let
military march introduced by the nap of the fingers to the corrugated I I I
Hessians (3) The first part of the brow for whom all first class: musi- j this session of the congress end

tune la identical with the "Danza cal creation stopped. with Richard i I without lifting my voice to decry

I BOREE FUNFull ERAL HOME Esparto," an air of the Pyrenees. Straus i the unholy alliance of those in
i I (4) The air is Hungarian. (6) The Most adroit in the uses of pub- |I and out of who
line of Caskets A:; Undertaker Supplle I tune was introduced by German licity of all the musical classicist, congress have T.\KES .%VN% C'
A M B ULANC E SERVICE harvesters into Holland. (6) It was Stokowski through broadcasting i* been willing to scuttle the American THE TELEGRAPH PttlDE IX foR

DAY AN II NIGHT I composed as a march by the fife known in all part of the land. And II government and the American INQ TilE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW ,ACr'N'T 7FE:-

68 VIIIa. ONE( 53 and drum major of the Grenadier if that were not enough, be i* ever people and jeopardize the TilE REMINGTON LINE OF PORTAHI.E I

II. ncxi 1 tfETT, Mirr. Guards about 1750. (7) The tune on the bunt for a new method of peace of the world because they WRITERS. WILVT A GREAT CONVEME>tE Ii
HOME-LIKE I was set to various ditties radio expression that invariably finds
"A I INSTITUTION"IAL daring hate Roosevelt
the time of Cromwell in ridicule of Its way into print. "and what Roosevelt FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO PI U"'g|
the Protector. It stands for. YOUR I> *T.*
I (8) was a nursery TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE s.
rhyme during the reign of Charles There Is no name as yet for the FROM A HOME IF YOU .*RESIDERING
j" II. (9) The tune was a New Eng. little street that leads oat of the CONCERN. ". SS
Try THIS "
| land Jig "Lydls Fisher" a favorite French Republic Building Rockefeller fer f tVrr.:! TilE PURCHASE OF A NEW ;",

SPE(: long before the Revolution. (10) Center. Why not call it Rue When Uuma' I WE WILL, BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE sR1SMINGTON
I The earliest printed version appears de Vallee ut you or vnr> 11O,1L
i I 1106.8 time in Walsh' Collection of tills vcai ret a :aott.e at I
Vf '
YOUR CAR LUBF UCATED FOR 35c 1 Dances for the year 1750 under the No disillusionment to the parlors' I n i' :i' a 1'.11 c 'i/
I hUe "FUlier's Jig. (11) The air of America would be comparable to \VII1.,1'-n: 'f s nas oeer, oru.en 0; I

GAS AT A PRICE k"OU-CAN AFFORD I I Is Identical" with "Kitty Fisher's the information that Walter Dam- ovei ,1. !r,> ,: jse It hag he')>. d Easy Terms Available
,I Jig. as printed la one of Thompson's roach had Become hardbotteA. th<>u-aniU,: ui""it thouaini'1" o! I
TOSmith's country dance books in triple Thanks be, it isn't *o.. j I ple. Aik for W ntew! th'. by :
nantt It f Jilt dealer"doesn't

I I SAMUEL LOVER SAID: "The simplest words best suit it '*>, in 17et f :t trot you. A.>k stock ht"it BRADFORD COI 1rTELEGRAPH

PAYGarage song but there must be a thought In the song. gracefully I WINTERSMITH'STONIC

I I or feelings.expressed" and it.must appeal either. to.the fancy i

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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES 'and It Is to her home after enjoying \a dissuade the potential suicide. TIIK POT SIMMERS;

of Troop 'I week's visit with Mr. and Mre I The difference Is obvious: W< Those who enjoy politics and

.----- Charles Burton at Rome Ga. believe something can be done
-- the of
-- thrilling sport volng for or
been !: Mrs. H. Miller of Avon Park about the automobile-for now
METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. EPISCOPAL CIIRISTIANU "a-gin" somebody will in all likelihood
1 cerning than and a half. as
more a year
Miss Louise Drew of JacksonVille -
.. ,3:, ..,ahthiot Rev. Frank Pastor Robinson Chas.Pastor H. Allen lUv. Fred Rector Yerltas. Jr. 8. V, St John town rand are guest. of Mrs. Bryan a matter of fact we have done find plenty to entertain

pasto'Thomee ,up' I E. K. Ferryman Sunday School Supt. Pastor people of Drew. something about It. Each month ol them next year. The woods seem
O.n. 'Superintendentof Organist Miss Ella J. S.... Sunday School Supt
: have the that the fatalities have
sri. Church !Sernool! Mrs. m. M. Davis Org-an.it Mrs Ira Wilson' Circle Number Two of Ralford period to be full of potential candidates
day ..chId" Mrs. James Sunday School boys and been fewer In comparison with the
M Church A. SchoolMorning Church School Supt. Services Carlisle 10 o'clock Baptist W. M. U:, met at the for this that and the other office.
Roy Mathews at heart name days of the previous year.
So worship Service
rlj 'A. bt Service, 11 Worship A. M. Church School Sunday School. Every Srd Sunday Influence home of Mrs. Roy Roberts last We doubt that in the Individualcase Go to It, boys. There's more

tat90a, P..,n a Evening. 8:00:WorshipService. P. M. Morning 10 ;A.Worship M. Sunday.10 _A._ 11 M. A. M. 1 11:00 o'clock o'clock: *,p.m.m. tion and Wednesday. -. anything practical can be money In politics if you are successful -

rain vI Sorvlce. Young People's 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Prayer Meeting big house done about the suicide. See the than in marching across a
Meeting7:00 Chi 7:00 Holy Days__ Wednesday Night operation GUM BRANCH statistics la. 1912 the suicide
der Deeeting League Sigma p m.MISSION 19 A. M. 1:00 o'clock i : field behind "Old Beck" for six
,odaY, ,'00 YM.pnnlranuva Prayer: F.Meeting M. tho By Mrs. Edt Parrish death rate in the United States months In the year. The pity of

Wednesday, 8:00 P.AI. been i iLa was 1 per 100,000 population; In it all la, that so many men who
fir)/ Director Mrs. F. IL LongOrganlst ., HALL GOSPEL TAB.Spon.ond CIIfKCH OF CHRIST, urged Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent Sat 1934 it was 14.9. In the 20 years are not financially able to stand

hn Ii, powell Sponsors: by Harry Pickup spond In urday night with her sister His Intervening It was never less than the cost of a losing campaign and
Chairman Mrs. Jeannette D. Mr. and Mrs.\ Mr. and Mrs.J. Pastor Hazel Starke.
Deaeensp DIrector In the Sapp 10.2, never more than 17.4. show of elec-
of Klncald.. Choir 3. T. Quigley Bible Study 3 p. m. who have no' more
T. QutgUyBlbl
hicktlterfNlrman Study, each I' Bvang-ellstlo Service Sermon and The and Mr. and Mrs J. F. Shaw of the Lynn, Mass., Is among the few tion than a toad has of jumping
M... E. K. Perryman each Friday and Sun- Lords Supper 4 p. m. For the State Farm were visiting Mr. and
rpowellees Assistant Organist Tuesday evening 1:00' day evening8:00: Sunday cities thus far which are trying to over the moon, will get Into a
da Mrs F. S. Sapp Sunday night. I something about It. There a political race and spend money
-- --- - -- ens lets Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemens and clinic comprising two physicians. that might be better spent other-

PROMINENT ROUMANIAN TO SPEAKAT -- little daughter, Betty Jean were a specially trained social worker, wise. But there Isn't a bit of uae

Bob Jones visiting In the Hetlbronn section a psychologist and a clergyman Iin advising a man not to run for
BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAYDr. By Friday night. operating In connection with the office If he auks your opinion of

Mrs. H. H. Keene was visitingat city hospital, has been established his chances. lIe's probably heard

nents On hereHereafter Daniel Pascu, Roumanian I t I Secretary of Publications In the Miss the bedside of R, C. Johns In in the hope of proving differently. two or three people make the remark -
representative at the Baptist Roumanian Baptist Convention. In vllle Is Woodlawn Sunday night. Miami News. that he's just the man for

I World Alliance which was held great demand among those who uncle and Mrs. Edd Parrish spent Friday r _. the job and that hill country needs

Lterday the writer had iBess recently (In Atlanta is to be the speak the Roumanian language M. Crosby.D. night and Saturday with Mr. and l'UOBLI.I\IS: OF YOUTHA him. There may be several thous-

( interview with a repre guest speaker at the Starke Bap- he has been steadily engaged In L. Mrs. Eaton Parrish of Hetlbronn. query answered! by 20.000 and voters In the county who

Thlii tist Church on Sunday morning, preaching for these people In Detroit visiting Vanice and R. C. Keene of young people as reported at the have NOT asked him to run, but
|(tine business man. August .20, at 11 o'clock. Dr. I and Chicago for several Shamrock spent Sunday night and recent convention of the Boys that makes no difference with

i man if ,i-'arrylng a heavy Pascu was the speaker at a New I months. His address here will be day.Mrs.. i Monday with. relatives in this sec- Clubs of America, produced the him. Two or three have asked

..uaibllitv and at the sam River Associational WMS Rally the fourth large group to whomhe lon.: Information that they consider him to run, and he feels that he

( be Has broken heart. Hon < held at the Church here Friday of has preached in the English daughter Mrs. Randell Geiger and hire their basic problem to be-of all Is the Arnold Winkelrled who is
i smiling and never for last week, and he and his message I language. spent Pringle of Starke were visiting things- -social security destined to lead the cohorts to

e law ,>r i-hrlstlan courtesy were so 'well received that arrangements -I I It was largely through his In- Mr. and vrrtj. Geiger's aunt, Mrs. H. It. "Not blaming the youth we victory. You might just as well

orlll III i filled with men and were made to bring' fluence and work that the next Mrs. Keene Monday afternoon. think that's a shocking and de- tell him to get In the game and

BVwho nave broken hearts him back and his return for next meeting of the Baptist World Alliance Sunday plorable answer. tryout the water for If you ad-

?till; they carry on. I ofter Sunday resulted. to be held In 1944, was as- Mrs. Dink HAMPTON Social security t What has vise him not to run he will think

iff how men get along withhe The presence of this gifted man, signed to Bucharest, Roumanla. Miss fly Misn Ada Nlnimo that to do with youth, or youth I you are his enemy and hate you

,, comforting presence ol who Is still young but who has already Everyone Is cordially invited to day night with it? A whole generation ofI I IYI.l"g always. Defunlak Springs Herald -

| who said 'Lo, I am wltl experiences almost unbelievable attend the services at the churchto of Boa Those who are Interested In ;!tf.I'H; t 4t?, "htldr."\ .
ways even unto the end olIns ) b..wi-.e ** ':'. beliefs pro- hear Dr. Pascu, and if the demand Bert Santa }.'e Cemetery west of town of the dcpl'esllon-has skipped its ... -

g! ... .'IIIJt..4o!'. t>?!:!!."')* .'.*'_ ',..:.if: sec :.urch goers ift sufficiently strong, or If at St. asked to carry lunch and meet natural worries and fixed its eyes A LESSON

face life's responslblll- of Starke. For many years many who attend services of their ville there August 30, for an all day upon social security. And they "I hope girls who read aboutme
land 'keep on keeping on" Dr. Pancu was a general mission- own faith at the morning hour desire Mr. and working. mean social security for today. in the newspapers will know

| our hearty are breaking i 11jinow ary in Roumanla, but now holds [ it, Dr. Pascu will speak at children The Rev. C. E. Warren filled his None of the depression's special enough not to drink liquor" Mrs.

Him as a Savior and the offices of Young Peoples' both services. were regular appointment at the Baptist havocs we should guess Is anymore I Thelmii Rice who gave herself up

iJ. Human friends may symTze ville church last Sunday morning) likely to bring evil to the in Tallahassee for the murder of

with isThey may speak LEAGUE UNION Jack and evening. At the evening race than this laying of a clammy a man at Fort; Myers told officers

j>rUng words but they aree METHODISTCHURCH trip: to service he preached to a large andnterested hand upon the spirit of youth. lust night She said she was

| to ,-ar v for us our bur- NOTESThe ENJOYS PARTY Mr. audience. The general More power to every youngsterthat drunk at the time of the murder.

Thev may help us beat spent' the tinging was Conducted by S. E. struggles to shake It off! There are hundreds of young,

jbut 'he "tannot carry them morning service of worship More than a hundred young Mrs. Sparks of Starke. Three selections Time was, and you don't haveto I I men and young women who be-

are tolo to cast our burden at the First Methodist Church last people from nearby towns and Mr. and were sung by the three go back to Daniel" Boone or lieve they can "take It or leave It

le Lord We have never been Sunday was conducted by the pastor communities assembled Thursday visiting Tyre sisters of Putnam County.W. the '49ers'-when youth was a alone" and therefore need not be

Bio caw' mi burden on some the Rev. Frank Robinson! night of last week at the First bill L. Bugg, who him been very time for recklessness and vision concerned. IJut the case record
Jly friend Jesus wept with The guest minister was the Rev. Methodist Church for the monthly Leon Ill, has a host of friends here whoire not for security of any sort of millions will show that they

and Martha because their Dr. O. B. Cole pastor of the Eu meeting of the Garfield Evans made a delighted to know that his Youth became feverish over experience too thought they were stronger

ier was dead. Other peoplebly clid Methodist Church of St. Petersburg League Union. The worship sere ville last condition Is improving adventure squeezing the than the giant which slew them.Temperance .

| wept with Mary andilia who used as his subject ice at 8 o'clock was conducted by Tommie Mrs. J. P. Sullivan returned to heady juices out of life. should be emphasized -
too but Jesus was the Spiritual Resources," the president of the local Young visiting her home this week after a visit Tho vote for social security Is from the cradle to the grave.

lone who could bring Lazarus which"Tapping he delivered in a pleasingand I People's Division, Frank Roblni Jeff with her sons, C. and A. L. Sullivan no exclusive reproach to youth; Lakeland Ledger

] from the dead to the home thought-provoking style. Mrs. son, III. After the worship the of Theressa. It hits the world surrounding
_ry' and Martha. He Is our at the business was conducted by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rhames, Jr., Youth's defeatism Is the productof TRAIN SCHEDULE
uiLetlc is also E. K. Perryman presided are the happy parents of an eight hunger and opportunity with Following Is the schedule of
Friend but he J. W. Andrews Marlon Cahoon of Melrose, president Ily
and Mrs.
Organ, believe It Is trains arrivinghere dally, sub.
Friend. pound son, who arrived August drawn. But we don't
Omnipotent of the Union.
sang a solo. The Sunday even- Elder 1. a -philosophy- any more thanIt ject to change without notice:
Ing service was conducted by the Following the business meetingthe Due Starke
the Southbound
wan In frontier days,
fewIn Springs ---
e write recently spent a at pastor, using as his subject "Get Young People assembled In ment at ANTISI'ICIOKSome youth that forgets about social No. 1 (local) ______ 10:33: p. m.

his old Alabama.home town Mrs ting rid of Jesus" showing the at- the Woman's Club building and lay and 20,000 persona in the security Is the one most likely to No. 107 (through) .. 9:21: a. m.
gomery tempts that had been made by witnessed a play given by mem- time he needs Northbound hue Starke
at It the
that services United States commit suicide In arrive by
moved to
and 1 city
first we married. It peoples of all ages but how utterly bers of the local Division. Those panied' by the course of a year. That Is little It.--New York World-Telegraph No. 2 (local) _______ 6:15: a. m.
year these processes had failed and taking the principal I parts were Layton. short rif two-thirds the number ._ __ I No. 108 (through) .... 6:18: p. m.

our A nice home to see for old twenty friends years.and of how the spirit of Christ still Virginia Fugate, Rulh Simpson and will hold a III'I killed annually by automobiles. Half Trlre! Ivory plate "In Htarko and Wannee Branch
prevailed among increasing numbers Ida Lulu Davis Patsy Keen No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.
bon again but I had a feelof III. Mrs. E. K. Mr. and The campaign to cut the automobile formal 100 for 91 (envelopes)
sadness. Nearly today. Frank Robinson. .VaUlo toll Is ever with u*. Little do''' Included), usually 50 for $1.- No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.
every and
Next morning the I Perryman played the piano, lirndforil Tt''lrall'h. (Dally except Sundays)
d i met has had In recent Sunday Miss hear of 'any direct effort to I County
Mrs. R. J. Davis led the singing
his subject
tor will use as pas-I home
some great sorrow. Some membersof
furnished by
suffered physically. Some Ethics! of Jesus in the Intermediate Department I
There will be special the
Century. A. J,
been almost through the Frank Robinson counselor.
music as well us an anthemby Mrs. I
of death Some have had organ Refreshments were served at made a
choir under the directionof
y tragedies skeletons haven the Jeanette Kincaid. The the conclusion of the play,. and lon last

out ii some family closets,, evening Mrs. service will consist of congregational reveral vocal selections were givenby 2rews anted' by IIIOftNfflNC

there have been news- singing and a short Garnlla Hutto accompanied by
stone about these family the A cordial 'Charles Pender. Grace Dew played ;t.
sermon by pastor. veek-end
'tons Some have had brok- I several numbers on the violin
the I
Is extended to people
Invitation I i. M.
'nee !Some:'; have followed accompanied by Mrs. Perryman
of our community to come and ; Misses
loved to the
nes cemeteryhave the Intermission between
and all of our during I
,come back home to worship at any I acts. !lira Doris .-
In then loneliness. I think services. ecent

OVered a note of tenderness Prayer meeting service will be I *ae. U. S. RUBBER'S GREAT

e voices of most of the old conducted Wednesday night at 7- Boy ScoutsA Mr. and I

tis Sorrows harden some 30 o'clock by Mrs. A. Wood. hildren:
Ie. Others are softened by Special emphasis will be put on Nichols of NEW TIRE VALUE !

w. The stoic bares his back the subject of missions. large percentage of the mem- loon. ,.,....
e lashe of He Mrs. W.
suffering. e--
of Troop 70 Boy Scouts
anti endures" the pain. MISSION II.LI.NII Branch Is
of America assembled last Friday md
Pcnpi' fight back and grow TAIIEKN.tCLKLast I
for the regular weekly meet- McRae.
r. Somi i-y to end their sor- -
; Ing. The meeting was opened with Mrs,
tyi'' wnlng themselves In Tuesday night the regular THE TIRE
atlon no gin. Some noble weekly Bible Study was held. the pledge of allegiance to the was a
I and with the Scout oath and
lean and. flag Starling
u secret of looking There was a nice
I The Mohican patrol, Mike and
im i Was a man of sor- Interest. During the absence of 0
anu u-quainted with grief the sponsors R. J. Gomes Is giving Dew leader and the Panther patrol children I I
I Arch Thomas leader, turnedIn friends old
rag my yoke upon you. a study In the book of Kphe-:
the displays that they Mr. and
yoke of the most 0
easy and my burden slans. This Is one I I
been working on and studying for the
pht u ave our burdens to I profound of the Pauline letters I
The. the past several weeks. Each pa- of t
Is study.
no'escape.. A and careful "
repays trol had u different kind of tree .nd with "
'NaB nc/tt Intended to maketeen last Tuesday -
I The portion discussed assigned for special study and as lira. C. R.

I It it< dvy ible for It Is the Intended animal toP toad night of the was first the chapter.15th-21st: This, a subject for an exhibit. A talk ) .or ( ; k \ LIQ 90

the We must verses Paul for the concerning Scouting was given by will make j jMrs. I
carry of
ElOJO "Is the prayer 11.1 the Scoutmaster the Rev. Frank L.
rhere Is no escape that they might have
i Eheslans Branch
load 1 be carried If we' of the power of Robinson
knowledge ( :,
HI deeper Patrols then assembled In their Sunday $
(lift '. t I, Him we the"hitch heaviestbecum up" I. God and the Glories Paul of was their always position Individual patrol rooms for further Miss !' Iu fi.oo-ir
In _
bearable for HIS concerned over the spiritual study and for their regular patroltctivitie. branch WITH YOUR OLD TIREi
vitally application wan with Miss j
18 .. One
and His burden Is of the ones whom he
received for membership, and one The /
led to Christ. Today we are con- visitor. John Cole of St. Petersburg of' Mr. r
Into a '
tent to get people enamoured of was present.The 'uesday (",*//# ilJtwallt nightly klfkn)
we are and i
BUSINESS numbers. But after we receive court of review will be heldIn Miss

them Into the church we let the the Church School rooms of the visiting jriY ) /
DIRECTORY In Christ" shift for First Methodist Church on Tuesday
new themselves."Babes But these converts) night. August 22, at for 7:30: advancement o'- the Miss H. C. foIIZt: I'IUC.: KI/K: I'RICFI:

need every attention Just as aj I II clock. All and applications for merit badges has e r 4.75.19: $6.10.5021$6.25
need spiritual ,
babe. They -
new-born tion at
I r I: nourishment and guidance; are notified to be present at this Li,V'j' 1.10-21 $:;.60 4.50-20 .. $8.00
to walk I time with their papers having
SL must be taught ;
The drink Iin they life. I been turned In to the Scoutmaster FLA. 700-10( $1.1.15: 6.50-16 $10.80a
the new I not later than Monday the 21st. Ily ) : '

/i that Those who are the for leaders them I The main Court of Honor will beheld

everybody should earnestly Increase pray In the in the Duval County Court- Mr. 2Uhii: THE UI S TIRE IS TODAY'S GREATEST TIRE VALUE :
that they might I bouse, presided/ over by Judge J. aughter., ; .
/! knows knowledge of God and grow Ollle)( Edmunson. at 8 o'clock to their I .
) grace. I Thursday evening. August 24th.'lana visit with -. FtATTIH TREAD FOR EMF" SuGGUaD TREAD IlOCKS DOU8LI GUARANTEE

I 'r.\ EnSU'LE are being made to furnish { MOM MillAGf FOR MORI COMFORT he..r TI,. written 0. S.Uleilme .
!;If'. 5 Last Friday night Ralph Roberts by parents of the Miss > ..-., 4 SMAUP BIBS FOMOI1 Fw e.. NIW STREAMLINED 1 eeneiullee ...IU.,.,.. 2 lluaran-.
.I. Folsom transportation!! ",. iF Sr
'' I of Jacksonville with Mr. joys to attend this court. Plenty I Iof bol'o Is |' tAFITT MAUtT- sly* tie
/ one of his workers room will be provided for all and sl MIl
\"OI.A nOT. co- the meeting at the Tabernacle. members of the troop to attend 'elton :
'The children helped materially In Mr. and .Idaughter.
( ARERESCRIPTlOl the singing and added to the serv- lay nights the study In Epheslan I' j:I Ifor CONWAY'S SERVICE STATIONSTARKE

I [C6 It Is hoped that their
ten I
EXPERTS I I Sunday night the first of more will avail themselves of the several I l FLA.d' .
I verses of the second chapter to bear these studies Jolr.. B. C ,

CARPENTER'S The Rexaii Store I I .peaker.Ephesians Next waa discussed Friday and by Sun-the !as>opportunity they are always helpful. I MIu: ,..-.. .....,. __ .:::.. ._ ......:I IM ih

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.. ..' .'.. '. "? !"- .' .- .-_ .. .. .. .. = to law. the
----- - ----- ----- redeemed according
Paid ourllf Irate em-t
LOCAL FISHERMEN HAVE LUCKY DAY i l>'ia ued< c 11 thereon the following dearrluedproperty property described therein bidder will be I THE RIGHT ANSWERS
the highest at the
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished 'In the C'Hinyy, <"* Brad old to 101
I ford flint. nf Klfirlda, To-w'lt: court house door on the first Monday -
... I In the month of October 1039, TIRE
-, Southeast quarter of Northeast
1877 i'grnfnnrtl II I Quarter Kcon4ii| T Township < which' In the 2nd., day of October. QUESTIO
22 Last, containing
South Titmice
II thin 17th day of August
published 1Vicekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class! I 40 The acre RHMeKHinent,. morer IPM.of the Raid property 1939.t0FFICTAL. A. .T, Thoman.flerk .
under the sold' certificate 'INHUd -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida was In the name. of C. J. Qulna. of rirenlt Court of Bradford
--, .. ,. ,; Unless said certificate shall be County Florida, 8-1S fit 0-15 ) r

E.: l. Matthews =-, ______.Editor and Owner tl 1 property,redeemed "in...'rlbml ordlnn therein to law will the be NO'llCn OK APPLICATION FOil a

.. .. -- -- ,-, .. ad old to the I highest bidder at the TAX) ItKKI* 4 9
} court house door on the first Monday (Cenate Sill N .1A.1) .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE In the month of October 11)39, NOTICE IS! H13KKBY GIVEN. 4 dI
I II Ij which IH the 2nd., day of October That A. U. Ludwig holder of Tax
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance II I 1939. Certificate No. 167. Issued the 7th
!Dated thin 17th day of August, day of September A. IX 1936 has
Advertising Rates on ApplicationA t 1939. filed\ name In my office and h*"H
I OFFICIAL( SKA1.) A. J. Thomas made application for a tax deed to
Clerk of Circuit; Court of BradfordCounty be issued thereon. Said certificate'
PERJURY"Isolemnlysweartotellthetruth.thewholetruthand \ Florida 8-18 6t 8-16 embraces the following", described
MOVE TO DISCOURAGE j property In the County of Brad.
'\o'r5l'M: OF IMN.lrVriOFOIl ford State of Florida, to-Wit: ,
T\\ UKKIIUrnnte Kant: Half of Southwest Quarter
i nothingrbutthetruth.sohelpmcGod." ( 11111 !\...ItI:1):| Section 12 Township 8 South
I II NOTICE IS IIKRKHY I LIVEN llanKe 22 Kant, containing 80 Acres. ,
This unintelligible jargon, familiar to all court room II I That flea A iunllner: I holder of< more or le.".
Tax Certificate No, 308 issued the The assessment of the said prop-
habitues will no longer be heard in at least one place of Bth day of August A. D. 11129, hasfiled erty under the said certificate 'issued -
name In my office and has was In the name of Salvation
r justice in the United States. I made application for a tax deed to Army. 1.
be issued thereon. Suld certificate/ Un'laHH Bald certificate shall be PATH FIHDf
Judge Lewis Drucker of the Cleveland, Ohio municipalcourt embraces the following/ dencrlbedproperty redeemed according to law, theproperty
In the County of Brad- dem-rlbed therein will beHold
is making a sincere effort to see that witnesses hence- This fishing party, composed Florence Gill, and J, B. Alexan- ford State of l'lorldltowit: to the hlKheet bidder at the
North Half of Bile door the first Monday 2.
45. Livingston court house on HERE.
forth take their courtroom oaths more seriously and has Introduced largely of Bradford County folks der. Members of the party Truhy &: ('0'0 "Sub' Dlv of NE4of In the month of October 1889 ..
:1 astonished the natives Thursday started out Thursday with the Intention NEW i Section 28 Townthlp 6 which ID the 2nd., day of October
a longer one, of his own composition, which requires of trolling for sail fish} :,South Range 22 Runt. 193'.
i night of last week when theyI The assessment. of the Maid prop Dated thin 17th day of August 3. NOW.
even the most long-winded of bailiffs to stop midwayfor and tarpon. By accident, however I erty under I the said. certificate issued 1939.OKKICIAt. ..
I I pulled Into the pier at St. Augustine either to run wan In the name of 11 0.! via- SEAL) A. J. Thomas
more breath. they: Jiappened | ford. Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford
Beach with a 600poundcatch up on a' snapper "lump", or toi I Unless Bald certificate shall_on.. 1m (C-ountv.. Florida.. 8-18 6t 9-1&
This serious-minded judge stated: "I don't intend that I of red snapper. Reason for land In the midst of a school of:, 4. BECAUSE

all witnesses shall have to repeat the oath after me but I surprise: "It watt the first time snapper "just pausing through." i. I '
for them to that red snapper had been caught When returning to the pier the i THE PERFECT SPREAD -h.r., a tnu Got If*'
is enough
that it slowly
am going to see given In that vicinity. In the above owner of the chartered boat I D I X I E mad. of Goodytar ?J
the of it and to realize it is not a mere formality Offers :by Goodyear
get sense picture (from left to right) are: signalled to his wife that an Unusual m.thofc,]

I think it will aid greatly in reducing the petty perjury which. Glen Searing Mrs. Searing, Mrs. catch had been made and This mw 7.1' :ce Frut! Juice you Goodyear II cBECAUSEh.re'l

appears in almost every trial"Here O. P. Wadsworth, Mr. Wadsworth, when the fisherman reached shore F R E E .
W i,. Sanders (St. Augustine), a throng of spectators, news reporters 1 or Beverage Set ;.' ,
is the oath "In the of the American flag V.d MODERN lira aoll
: presence Paul Norton (Hastings), Chris I and photographers awaited :

and with my hand on the holy Bible, I solemnly swear to tell Stanton (St. Augustine), Miss their arrival. ,,;lf .!'.. -; For Only Ira thousand travel.of mllw i h|

the whole truth and nothing but the truth, knowing that I I
i NOTIC'H :\o-rirn
18 Dixie
can square my testimony with my love of country and with The city council met August. 15th.J I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I :i ;:;;DIXIE BECAUSE-w ,
J 1939! :!! at Stnrkc Florida, In revise Notice In Pm I"'h, given to all : OIL Coupons t "' with an itou-clad
conscience. In telling the truth I am aiding the courtin the rewlmiHtton books of the City creditor and lalmantH. of the \:1 vcGerAetc "U.
my of Ktarke Florida and the follow estate of Sarah Frances llamrlck Q. : ;pglNE!) : Hither 4O ... ...!>...It,. Guarantee"THE BESTJ
reaching a fair and just verdict. I am also aware that I'nK names were stricken from the deceased. that you are to file your dd OlI'OM I IIU.K B .*, ...h, 'Inlirautlful e i GOODYEAR EVEH Hid
buokx. for the reason Mated. The claim, or claim, with the Hon. K. rich blue doll :
there is a penalty provided by the laws of Ohio which the I Council/ will !he In HPHHlon. on the K. I'errymnn "County Judge the SELL AT THESE!:WY?
22ml day nf AnifiiHt. 11139 at 8 o'olocl .Name being duly sworn to, on or OaPER PIXH FROM YOUR rAVORITI GROCER TODAY
court can impose upon me if it should be discovered that I 1'. M., to htmr rompIulntH. If any and before eltthUJnonths from the first ALL'Dlxii-COUPONS GOOD
10 restore. any name that have publication of thin notice or the ...
have intentionally and knowingly given false testimony. been erroneously stricken name will be burred by Statute of "

We agree with Judge Drucker that this solemn oath repeated Austin Anders,I,LeRoy. II. Removed.Auatln. Removed.. Limitation.alec' entttte to uiirlemlirned.Thl nay.all debt. owIng mr
Mrs. T.ellA.. Keniovecl.Mliikely August 4th, I D.I: It.
slowly so that the full significance of its meaning Jennie Mae Uemoved Nell i1". Niillman Executrix' ;,t
could penetrate into even the most callous mind would do IteiiHon I'xnnon, :.lTr.1. .II. Julia Removed H. .Kemoved.Iteatmtn 8-4 4t 8-25// Summer Clearance
I .
Dan. Kemoverl.Itiirton .
much to cut down on the casual perjury that seems to betaken (flint Kemnved.Cnnnva. "
\O'I'I'I': OF iriM irvi'ION FOIIT
less matter of in the courtroom of Mary: Removed.Clark. \\ IM.KIISennle
more or as a course .Alice, Removed.
( 11111 > .111:11:
We would like to this oath or a similiar Canady, Henrv Removed. SALEEXTRA
today. see same Darby, A. M. ead. NOTICE. IX IIKREHY (lIVI.S.
that has enmarfc.. Mm.: Ruth Removed That O. U ITndiMhlll holder of Tux
the mumbled
used to replace entirely phrase
one, litllanl. M. M Removed.KflwnrriH. Certificate No KU. issued the 2nd..
little to witnesses. : J.V.. Removed.Kdwariln day of August A D 1U.I7.: ban tiled
come mean so many : Josephine Removed name In my offl. <' and has mad '
.... Kranklln Sam Removed. application for ,i tax deed to I toe FREE TUBE VALUES NIY
o ,
KuMHvll M.... Viola Removed ,,,- 1
IT TAKES; ALL. KINDS Or."n.V.. II. Dead. Given With / lt,
'. Every
cirlfflH A. !I" Removed
Yes, the United States has lots of undesirable people. lelicer, Frederick Rolit. H. ,Removed.(111pmn Removed.. DAVIS DeLuxe Tire dozens of them! I t

There are Communists, Facista, Nazis, spies opinionated Hoover C. K. T>eadllamrlck FLORIDA THEATRE articles
:IIr... H. 1<'. Dead. Timely popular
and ill-advised There also strikers picketers Kurd .luck, Dead GAINESVILLE FLA.Program I
youths. are .. For Boys and Girls that and
llarrell everyone
t C. Removed. wars
drunken drivers and-many other extraordinary varie- Hardenhronk lee let,. Removed. for' the week beginning
Jackson, ronnle. Removed. AUKllllt 15, 1939 Bicycles $21.95 needs 1,
ties of men and women. Keene, Albert Removed \IWy

In a country as large as ours there are bound to be people ,r.evlton.Manning'onnid,, M(W.Cain Dend.li ('. Removed.Removed.. Last IHoli Tlmen Burns Today Improved 6 Tube COME IN; take advantageof 11

who believe in every sort of thing. That is why there Manning 1\11\1.at. ,A.Mm.F. Margaret Dead.Matxat Removed In Mantel Style Radio special reduced prices / I ,

are more than 300 different kinds of Orthodox churches Mr. Annie. Removed. "OUK'up LKADING.:., .CITIZEN" I and Free Premium offersto

several hundred varieties of radio programs, innumerableold MfLendim.Mitchell Harold, Florence Removed., Removed. $29.45 get more for your 64s $61G $$7
McKlmifvr Volley Removed. i
-age pension schemes and a (different make of automobile XoeKfl, W. H. Removed -Hal'm'd"r.. Only Wizard Electric Two money. 4.4521 4.78-R IS-
l Double -
Noegel Vlrn. AUxon
} I.t.u..e Program 6D 1,00-" IIIP8
for taste. rrle-Ht. I'!. 11. Removed. .i
every 'tiLOltlA Tubs Free !
DICKSON Sale Ends 2 SS
I'rleM, Nona Lee, Removed, Sept. i $
So don't lose too much sleep over'the.undesirable] aliens. I'atray.Fatten, Ji(.
Our population is all right. It just gets noisy and obstreperous Parker fender Clara W. 8. Helle Removed, I ',25 17 '.00-I' {uNit -
Removed. Howard Heather Angel $55.95
at times but fortunately the "desirables" maintain an Parker [1,11'V.. 8, Removed. ', In 5.50-17
Rau lemon, W A. Removed. \Western Auto
overwhelming majority. For instance, the Communists havea Raymond Ithfiden. W., MI-M.O. Removed.leome, Removed. "Bulldog Drummoiul'N Hrlde"Sunday 2 Gallon Can ( print. IndudiIOVmanNow '

national political party. We allow their candidates to Happ Dorothy, Removed. I
go Motor Oil *
Searing (', l). Dead. $1.19And Associate Store YOGI
on the election ticket and their real weakness is exposed Thomas. U Dead. & Monday

when the votes are counted on election day. American von ThornqueM.William, Dewey I.. Dead.l 11. Removed. Ginger ItomrM David Nlven dozens of other of equal. low $ j 1.48
Wilson MrH. Jennie, Itemoved. In"BACIIELOK
ers have a very good habit of turning wrongs' into rights, YoMnir, II. H. Dead. MOTHER" Importance Starke, Fla. Ag gtis'
ATTEST \V. M. I I'd w..,,1... II'
and all we have ever had to do was to give them time. CARL, JOHNS, "
1t City Clerk .".. ""opu\ar "..q
+ a Day -Tu".. A W..d.2 r \\f\clu.
That is the story of human progress from the begin- - to an" cod

s ning, and the American system is on the march QUIET YOUR STOMACH Charles; RETURNED Langhton BT-riark REQl'EHT Cable 1i.00' %

-o-- Today If you get the full nausea Franchot Tone 8 CylinderI ttS \ )
In '"
.l ting feeling caused by too much (pith

; Now that the tobacco crop has been practically: aU sold, gas! from acld-indlgestlon, get relief -

f, one Florida paper laments that "A lot oft the cash will go |n three minutes by taking Thursday .A Friday do-TODI
nisma-Rex. This excellent tasting Perlormance So* this great
to Chicago and New York mail order houses from people antacid l Is sold in bottles of BOosea Irene Dunn -In Charles Boyer I S.: how much you rms: IA.

: who have been lured by catalog advertising." "WHEN TOMORROW COMKS" I
for SOo at the Rexall Drug

;l It is true, of course that tobacco cash this year was not tore.! Be sure you get Blsma.lex .- I I AT I O; SHINE UF

as plentiful as had been hoped for and many growers were I -Carpenter's Drug Store Intarke. Shipping: tags at the Bradford

: badly disappointed over prices. But the fact remains that County Telegraph. BARGAIN : YOUR CA

the money be it plentiful or scarce, is lifeblood in the art- USED CAR PRICES Coody.ar All weatlor YD
I Wealher
., eries of local trade. When the cash is scarce it is all the Goodyear Chrome Atl Clem''.

( more i important that it be spent where it 'will do the most ENJOY A REAL SOUTHERN STYLE WE ARE GOING TO SELL THE CARS I Goodyear 11b.poli.hing and Arpp1M

k'f. good for the community. LISTED BELOW AT A REAL SAVING. GET ALL FOUR O(

1 In this connection the Suwannee Democrat recently remarked CHICKEN DINNER COME; AND SEE THESE CARS AND SPECIAL. A i7iTRUE

t. : "Those running for county office might try an ex-< DRIVE THEM THEN MAKE US AN

t periment.i Instead of telling voters. how much they are got AT OFFER. YOUR PRESENT CAR TAKEN
ing to do for them, remind the voters how much easier it IN TRADE. ALSO TERMS. ]

would be to finance county churches and schools and law HALL'S RESTAURANTCHICKEN

f. enforcement and city streets and police and fire protectionif 1937 Ford-85 H. P. Deluxe !]

those voters made the load a little lighter for the home Fordor Tour-

merchants who do a big part of any county's or city's tax STEAK ing Sedan

J, paying 1937 Ford-60 H. P. Tudor Save Tire Dpll
Rig Western
Juicy Plate
f. "A country preacher recently covered all stores in Liver Touring with
Plate Lunch .__ 33c; : 00101m.al
Lunch; 25c Radio wheel ore
Oak with list for subscribers to the \ II your
a help repair church Regular Dinner with : waedettir. UJoI
Regular Dinner with you'r.
t roof. We were told that this man buys practically all his plenty Vegetables 50c_ Potatoes and Vegetables50c 1937 FCrd-GO H. P. Tudor I w.ar Dri.. Irt tad W

wants from a catalog. Would the mail order house give hima check them .TREE': w.

dollar, or even a quartet? Why help them to help Chicagoor 1936 Ford-Standard Tudor "f :' th. .quipment t 10 coortd*

New York keep their streets paved, buy new fire trucks STEAMING HOT ROLLS I 1936 Ford-Standard I trouble quickly1"c !

pay teachers and preachers and police keep their parks AND DELICIOUS "' Tudor
green and equipped for children to pay? Let us.remember 1935 Ford-Standard Tudor

that we do not have any park or playground at all. The civic IRIDDLE CAKES, GEORGIA HAM, AND COFFEE iI I iI I i ,.

clubs, church organizations and office holders could go a long, Only 25c I 1 I t

way in showing our people how we might squeeze out a ]little -, ALSO THESE

'. extra tax money for a park. Give home trade a better CHEVROLETS ,...Nodow

chance and home trade will be better able to give you and I 1935 Chevrolet Standard I t cost...
I your children a better life." Our Kitchen Is One of THIS SiGtI

Those are indeed words of wisdom, and every man I Kar- IJ-Cue Pork 15c 1933 Chevrolet Coach CASH SAVINGS'
woman and child in the county should take them directly to: Cleanest and Most
Hamburger 5c 1931
I Chevrolet
heart. What is true of tobacco cash is true of money earn-: Hamburger ___ __ 10c Sanitary, 'in- the- State Coach ,I F MotoI10.IU

ed from every other crop, from strawberries to squash. It I Ir Register

r is all vital to our county. There is ample use for every penny :, I i SERI'itE
! r of it right here at home. i I J. W. ANDREWS JR. 101I

: Think these matters over before sending your hard : HAL L S --. ON BERRY MARKET I STARKE I II I Telephone I ,OTAKKE

: earned cash so far away from home. 1 FLORIDA S' ,

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