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: July 15, 1938
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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SILTY -- ---- .- .. -- STARKE.-'LORID.-\. FRIDAY,'JULY 13, 1938 __ __ ___ __ NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN
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1iiTiUN1T {I SCHOOL I Bang. Bang! :' SCHOOL-ho R REPLIEstoWRIT Temporary Budget f

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RNED ELECTION 0,, -," ,' ;' ;\ OF ALTERNATIVE- MANDAMUS Provides For Cop

HELD SOONAdr.'ertised I
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Alleges Present Board of Trustees Not QualifiedTo ------- -

__ Make Teacher Nominations For SCHOOL CASESDISCUSSED Few Changes In Other jl j

\Board Makes DecisionAt For July 26- Bradford High School II Estimated CountyExpenditures t

Meeting Already Twice I -- $]
Alleging that two members of Mr, Benson but there might be I
the Board of Trustees in Special others who were not present and DECISIONS Bradford County's temporary

Tax District No 3 "have never should be given an opportunity to budget for the fiscal year October f 41

m Bradford County will not forma twice-postponed consolidation been duly and legally elected to be heard. Mr. Smith, member of Rulings by the State Supreme 1, 1938 to September 30, 1939
health unit In combination with election for Starke and Boat- office, members of the Board of the School Board, suggested thata Court in ruses similar to the one
Jctav County The decision was drain sub school districts will beheld Public Instruction of Bradford meeting of the patrons be called now pending between the Boardof shows few' additions or omissionsof

Breached al a meeting of the Board Tuesday, July 26 according to County will today ask Judge H L and advertised to be held In then Trustees of Tax District No 3 major Importance as estimatedhere

jot County Commissioners held an advertisement now running in Sebring, In Gainesville, to quash H. S auditorium for the follow- and the Bradford County Board of Monday by the Board of !

I ben lust Fildny the Telegruph. an alternative wilt of mandamus ing Friday night in order to determine I Public Instruction Were discussed County Commissioner

1 thf unit sponsored by the State Supt. A. J. Griffls said yesterday demanding action on the trustees' the true sentiment of the at the Rotary Club Wednesday by Largest new expenditure listed

9 Board ''Jt Health and partially supported that a sufficient number of nomination of Oscar Smith as principal people This meeting was held I I Dr. Ballard Simmon, of the education was $1,500: from the Fine and Forfeiture -

I by tate and federal mon- freeholders in the two districtshud Yat' of Bradford County High under the auspices of a committee department at the University Fund for maintenance, of

J ey.r would have cost this county signed petitions calling for the School for the 1938.39 term.' headed by a minister of (the Gos- of Florida. a "traffic patrol. This amount +

around $2,500 annually. election and that as far as he The School Board, through Us pel, und two of the trustees including i The speaker told of several interesting will provide for a highway patrol

1 petitions from the Lawtey and knows now it will be held on the counsel, M F. Brown will also Mr. Powell, were present j i cases but stated that theI man who will go to work October

I Hampton P T A.'s the Starke advertised date. claim that trustees of a special A secret ballot was taken as to I Supreme Court had never ruled on 1 if the item remains In the per- ',

J Woman's Club and the Starke Besides voting on the consolidation tax district haveno Jurisdiction whether or not a new principalwas I i the point of whether trustees of a manent budget to be adopted next "4,

I Rotary Club were presented urg- freeholders will also choose over u high school supported en- desired and results showed inpeciiil tax district have jurisdiction month s

ling thE fommlssloners to provideIfoi i three trustees who will take office tirely by county and state funds that only ten percent of those voting over a high school IIuPI'"wtedt'ntlo'ely Following are minutes of the

( tin( 'mil in the current budget. I soon afterward the Issue carries. Y and that the Board of Trustees wanted a new man the other I| by county and state funds. meeting at which the budget was r

+ If the consolidation Is voted down $w having previously made two recommendations ninety percent being satisfied with i Preceding; Dr Simon's discussion adopted' and an Itemized list of estimated -

MRS. HEMINGWAYDIES I the present board of trustees In have no right under the administration of Mr\ Benson. Bevel'al piano numbers were given county expenses for the

each district will hold office until the law to make a third. This result was communicated to I by little Miss Fredrlka Edwards, coming fiscal year:

AT HOMEHAD I some time next year The alternative writ of man- the School Board who on April 4 I daughter of Mr and MI'Sy, L The Board then took up the

BEEN RESIDENT OF The election was postponed the damus was served Thursday ot rejected Bowman the nomination of Mr. I Edwards: of Jacksonville.' She aflutter of making un estimate of J

rills COUNTY FOR I first time because of an IrregularIty mRt : l last Week> on J. H Moore E. J. showed exceptional talent for her the necessary expenses:+ of the
25 YEARS In the advertising The second ,iMr Lewis and W P. Smith, School "That on April 25 the trustees ,I t'ght'! years and dimmed. the Ro- county for the fiscal year from

time It was put off because a sufficient !! Board moibberi, commanding themto again met with the School Gourd I I tal JunK with her xklll at the key- October 1, 1D38, to September 30,
Hrt Laura Legette Hemingway number of freeholders had f show .pause'by Tuesday why und Mr. Green, chah man of the bom dDEMONSTRATIONS" 1031)! and having considered the

I at her home hereat should not ITourd of Trustees, was asked the \ + receipts estimated by the Clerk
diet! lam Friday not signed the petitions calling h a they act on the trus -
the age of seventy-nine years. I for It. tees' nomination. Mr. Brown reason why two of the trustees I and having given full con ldpra- ?

I She was the wife of the late H. D. ----.--.--- :lowever, obtained primission from would not re-nominate Mr Ben lion, of the needs.. and necessities h
Hemingway/ and was a native of I H L Gray attorney for the tius son The reply was that he und i SUCCESSFUL ot the County and. the requirements

Marion: County, S, C. although she i I TOBACCO tees, to delay replying until today Mr Powell had offered t the Job to I for the different I purposes to

ban lived: In this county for more ; ALL MEASURED 1 In answer to the writ, member Mi Cowman, who, relying on thcli I j FARMERS: INSTRUCTED IN meet the expenses during the said
I than twvmy-flve! years. j I These warm Thursday afternoons of the School Board stated that offer had resigned his position at 1 BEST; METHODS OF fiscal year, have determined and
find lots of folks lots
Funeral services were held from I MARKETING OF CROP WILL doing they had not yet met officially to Perry, that, if they now nominated I CURING CROP do hereby declare. the following to
of different Stores
things. are
Mr.\ Benson, Mr. Bowman '
I be the estimated and all
BEGIN LAST OF expenses
the nomination otMI'
accept or reject
I Church at three o'clock
the EaptlHt closed and the streets of Starke
Around 120 farmers' attended
through their fault would be unemployed ,
I and extraordinary expenses
MONTH special
Smith because believe
Sunday afternoon with the Rev. I I look almost as dead as they do they und they would have to I the four tobacco grading demonstrations contemplated far the yearfiom
that "no to do devolves
L. G Shepherd officiating. Burial Work was completed this week on the Fourth of July. I i duty so support him even though the people 'I' held In this county Monday valorem taxation and estimated -
them" because! of the follow-
was in the family lot at Crosby by three crews who have been I Skeet shooting does not attract upon facts I wanted Mr. Benson, whose at the farms of Ceo W. Hax- receipts from other sources:
ing alledged :
I Lake Cemetery.Mrs. I measuring Bradford County's 3:45 the crowds not that It did lust ,I "The present Board of Trusteesare services, Mr. Green stated, had en, C. C. Butler, W. C demons, which will be available:
Hemingway Is survived by of tobacco under but still few lie and James Rosier.
acres provisions summer, there are a been entirely satisfactory. referred Fund,
I not qualified to make nomInation General
any -
I Uo\ sons, the Rev L. G. Hemingway |i of the Soil Conservation Program. regulars like Dr. J. W. Brownlee In that C. J. Powell and to the fact that the previous R C Williams and S W Dnn- Salaries County Com-

and F G. Hemingway, bothof |I From this acreage, representing shown I above pulling the trigger;; I L D Green have never been duly year the trustees had nominated lets, government tobacco graders, mlSHloners' __________J1.80000
Starke; one daughter Mrs. P. this county s allotment approximately and Merrill G McMillan (in the and legally elected to office of Mr. Benson for three years, but I were present to help County Agent Salary Clerk Circuit

a McMillan of Jacksonville; two I 295 acres will be sold free background) who seldom miss an Trustees of Special Tax District that the School Board could not I T K. McClane conduct the demonstrations. Court ______nU____ 900.00

deters Mrs, Jane Vaught, of Dil- of any tax under the new AAA opportunity to bung away at the No.3; N D. Sr., Mr. employ him for a period of time i Th e y Instructed Sheriff Attendance on
lon, S. C and Mrs. Sara Bullard, I program County Agent T. K Mc- tantalizing little disrs. These reg- Powell and MI\Wainwright}Green conductedthe extending beyond their term of office I growers In the best methods of County Commissioner 52.0O

of Columbia S. C. Thirteen grand- Clane said.Allotment. ulars may be distinguished from trusteeelection on April 5, When asked again If It were grading tobacco for the market Attorney for County

children and six greatgrandchildren cards for the sale of the followers of other sports by 1937 as managers and inspectors. not possible to make amicable set- I and In the various evils to be Commissioners ______ 30,OO
also survive. their talk about "low house and tlement of the question of principal avoided,
tobacco will probably be ready for As such, they were not qualifiedto Commissions and Fees ':\
Active pall bearers were Henry producers by July 20 in plentyof "high house" and their strange succeed themselves us trustees. Mr. Green replied; "Gentle- I Mr. Williams stated that' ho be- Tux Assessor _u_____ 1.1')00.00)

Silcox. E, W. Hayes, A. O. Andreu.A time for the opening of markets identifying cry of "pull--pull- j Mr. Wainwright refused to serve men I refer you to our previous lleved; it would be only u very few Commissions and Fees n

J, Thomas J. M. Brownlee and 1 on July 28, the agent said. tull." J. L Silcox. I "The price of tobacco this year It all started more than fifteen Powell actively canvassed voters I voted on the nomination, the result on nil flue-cured tobacco marketsin Maintenance Court House 31')0,00 4

Honorary pall bearers were J '. should be very good compared years ago when a small group of | lor their own re-election, served being a vote by Mr. Powell j Georgia and Florida would be- Janitor ---------------- 0.10,00

F Klckllter. Joe Sistrunk, Cyrus I i with normal years as the North Massachusetts\ trapshooters,grown as officials in the election, counted and Mr Green for Mr Bowman: come a reality, At the present Lights, Fuel & Water.__ 75000

Slstrunk, Don Hoover, N. D. Wain- Carolina crop has been damaged weary o* standing In one position (' ballots and declared themselves and a vote by Mr White for Mr. I time the government does not have I Insurance ____n________ 200,OO a;

Wright Sr, Freeman Register, P. I at least fifty percent by heavy 101 all their shots hit upon the : re-elected as trustees not- Benson. The School Board members -i i enough trained men to supply Incidentals _____________ 1.100,00
M Barctoot, J. F. Colley, W. A i rains," Mr. McClane observed. Idea of moving and firing at the I withstanding the fact that numerous took no immediate action on graders for all warehouses. Supervisor of Registration -

Stern, and O. W. White -_._- day pigeons from different angles. I I ballots were coat for three othI this second nomination. They told | -- -_.,4'- ----- ______________v__ 30000
Funeral arrangements were In Hall's Place Stuccoed Their hobby 'took on a new fascination -I er duly qualified persons. Mr. Benson that if Mr. Bowman Expense; of Elections____ COO,00
could! find a new believed Offices To More
at but It not until position they 'I
charge of DeWitt C. Jones. once was "That Bradford County High Legal Advertising and Expenses -
--+-- j Arthur Hall Is almost constantly 1926 that the new sport-now called School is the only senior high the trustees would re-noml- I Headquarters of the Farm Se- u_____________ 20000 j i
I making Improvements to his property nute him (Mr Benson)) Under
"skeef Amer- i curtty Administration here will
adopted by
Quail I school In the county; that althoughIt I Administrative Suppliesand
Shooters Warned I
his latest step being to stuc- Icun marksmen In general This Is located within the territorial this state of facts Mr. Bowman soon be moved from the City Hall Expenses _______ 80000

Conservation Officer A. A. Dur- i,' co the large building, near the de- "clock shooting" has enjoyed a big limits of Special Tax District No again applied for his old position i Into the second story of the build- Indexing ___________u__ 25000
den has been advised that there that houses his grocery, marl as principal in Perry, was duly
I pot giin in popularity during the past 3, it Is supported entirely by Gi>n1 Ing now occupied by the Tip Top Court House Furniture &
Ire some young boys in the coun- | ket, nnd lunch room The coating ten years as shotguns from Maine 1 oral County and State Funds; that elected, and withdrew his application -I grocery County commissioners at Fixtures _____________ 6COOO!
ty who are shooting quail on the I of stucco adds greatly to the attractiveness little for position as principal of recent to
i tu Florida blare: away at ut the present time a new building I u meeting agreed pay Fees und Costs Clerk Circuit -
round with 22 rifles. He Intends 1:, of the place. B. II S."The I $10 month rent for the new offices __ '
..... flying discs!! that are catapultedi is being erected in this district; a Court __n_____ 40000/
to see that: this practice If it exIsts -- -- --- -- -- I i h the air with this swift that not one dollar of the money School Board alleges thatIt The board also agreed upon Maintenance Jail (He-

is stopped and begs parentsto To hear Complaints motion of H qua.l in flUbtj of this district Is being spent In I then became its plain duty under application of the owneis, to pay pairs) ____u_______._ 200.00

warn of their boys about this violation I I Owners of real estate or person- I construction of the building and the law to proceed to fill the va- i I the state. and county tuxes on theI Inquests .__________ .. 20000
the law. When a motherbird al property may appear before the I j that not one dollar of Its money I I buildings now occupied by WPAI Furniture und Fixturesfor

is killed it means that her I Board: of County Commiss.oners: I j Rental Services I will be spent in the maintenance of cancy without further nomination I, h8"d'lulIl'tel'9 and the sewing room Jail ___________. .r100.OQ

brood[ sometimes twelve or fifteen !| at Its meeting here Monday Au- I Revival services are being held | B H. :S,; or in the payment of its. I' on the part of the tumtees (they project. Insanity Inquests or laqutrles -

young DurJen quail, eventually die, Mr. :' gust 1, to complain of values which i I every night at S o clock In the tent principal or instructors In the com- having submitted two nominations I *- ______________ 200,00Genf'rlll

said I have been fixed by the tax assessor ;i, on the :State,; Farm road The Rev i ling' year; that the respondents ) and that they again verbally Heach Doing Fine Welfare n______ 2.000.00
METHODIST 4. 1 and recently accepted by the ['nulVllklns.. C'hurch of God evangelist have been advised that the trus- told Mr. Benson he would be re- Operation of a County

CHURCH SKKVICEServices ; board. I Is the principal speaker I tees of a special tax district haveno I W. D. Cordray reports excellent Clinic _und__ ______ 000.00
___ I I I ._- und hi:< wife and ten-year-old son supervision of a school of this employed as principal. Before official !- crowds) at Kngley! Beach duilngi Contingencies and Emergencies

of worship will be conducted Books r furnish special music and songs. {I I kind, even though located In their I action could be taken, however -I i the week-end of the Fourth of I ________ '___ 800.OO
Open 1
at the Methodist Church I City The Rev Chas. II. Shaw, pastor, i i district Mr Green and Mr. Powell July. More than 2,000 pleasure- Payment of Outstanding

Sunday!lie morning at 11 o'clock by I I Registration books for the City is assisting. :,I I "An election haj een culled for I submitted a third nomination, that I seekers visited the resort on that Indebtedness -__ _n_.. 1,311.00
pastor the Rev. Frank Robln- 1 of Starke open today and will remain I _- -_. + --- -- I II i I July 26 to determine whether or of Mr. Smith. The School Board 1. Saturday anti l 3,000 on Sunday, he Donations to WPA and
The subject for the morning open" through Saturday, Aug- 1: rays Mi Cordray keeps things
Card Of Thanks not Special Tax Dlal( let No. I other Governmental Organizations
will be "The office of Carl Johns, !,I 171 alleges that this action was willful ,
Unemployed Jesus. ust 13, In the I, 'should be consolidated with i I lively at his place and promisessome on Relief
special musid will be rendered by, city clerk. City tax books close We wish to thank our friends Tax District! .No 3; that Special under -- I capricious, and contrary to ,, thrilling speed boat races Projects ____ ________ 1,45000 d
""embers for the expiesslons of sympathy previous statements of trustees : i
of the choir. August 1. many I 1 I this Sunday. .
the law If the consolidation is ----
The and for the many beautiful The School'Board at this time advised
church school under the I I -*- I'I much approved a new board of trustees -- --.--- Total ________________.$J18.456
"PMlntendency flowers that comforted us so their attorney that they
of E. K.
Judge AreaThe !
"rryrnan will convene promptly Cotton Control in our ,recent bereavement. !I I will be elected simultaneously to were ready to spread upon the I I i Truck in Wreck Fill and Forfeiture Fund
It I Commis- and serve the ensuing two years; that Salary and Fees Prose-
10 o'clock Board of County The Hemingway I minutes their selectionMr.. Benson received here
at which time classes I they will take office thirty days Reports Tuesday ______ 730: ,OO
tor all age groups will be conduct I It sloneis have received a leter from I) McMillan families. i ; that although having notified stated that a produce truck belonging cuting: Attorney
I. j Nathan i after the election. Respondentsbelieve I'( Fees and Costs County '
I 4 :
< Commissioner of Agriculture I -- -- --- hm! of such selection they did not to F. R. Carradlne of Law-
'' Bradford it to be the Intent of the' Judge __________ _____ 00000
The proclaiming want to do anything Illegal. While -
people's' Mayo Births >
evening Young tey, was damaged In a col Union
League County a cotton production control law for trustees tp .perv11l8"&J1j j awaiting. thattorney'* opinion. i[ with/ iL N. C. Fee and Costs Sheriff._ 300000
in bus
1hs Church meetings School will rooms be beginning held district, efectlve as of January 1 I Mr, and Mrs L. Thoi'nton Johns, nominate t'lichers'fol'! ."--year the! trusrueii' petition for alternative -j t['The driver;-win m.Ta.yelteviUef not Injured. but : Snuff :.__-:__.-_.._______ 200,00
i July 8. for which they are elected" to Sheriffs Commission on/
boy Hampton,
Promptly at 'I this writ was sued out. The School the truck's of j
7.o'clock.. The meet-1 year. ____ | load of 430 crates
lag serve and no longer; that und..rthese Board submits that the trustees! Fines Collected ___n_ 200.00Guard
will be especially Important I I To Whip Depression circumstances; the present! peaches wan badly damaged. at Jail __ 40000 k 4
I4tJ Interesting Nature Cooperates have made two nominations and' __ un '- -
to all of the young trustees may or may not be the h A Fees and Costs Constables 00 00
that this third one 1 Itl Illegal.
jeople between _. II
twenty-four.the ages of .- ,N .- -:;;;:; '' .;1".v;- -- -"SW', proper trustees to nominate teach- I' I Clerk On Vacation Witness Fees --_____--__ 1200.00
Plans and sugMtions ',, ers lor the year 1038-39. -- I Jurors Payrolls _________ 20000
will be "' City Clerk Carl Johns Is spending -
""I <. ': "Respondents respectfully show Candidates For Degree Feeding und Care of Prisoners -
this week at Salt During
Springs -
materially affect the organloti that on March 7 two of the I _____________ __. 1000.00
of the within trUJI-1 Two Starke women will be can- I his absence the clerk's office !
young people tees Mr. Powell and Mr Other Law Enforcement
Ibis age ,dldutes for degrees at the 25th an- j Is being kept by Miss Ruth
il'oup. submitted to the School Board In open Expenses, __-______ 30000
be evening' service of worship nomination of J. nual summer school commencef Sternber-
"' writing the C. I f Reserved for Contingencies
'ii be ment exercises Friday August S, .
n conducted by the pastor at Bowman for position of principal in':' ---- + '-- .___________ ______ 100.00
clOCk at the Florida State College
!l The subject will be of B. H, S,; that simultaneously Free Fish and Flour : Traffic Patiol _________. 1,500,00
aFaith TullahaBMue. Miss Ruby LI 1 ley will
In God. Congregatioaal therewith the other trustee Olin I I
receive her Bachelor of Arts de- Salt fish and four will be distributed
'iii singing of familiar hymns W White submitted written nom Total _--____ __________ 9100.00
be a feature inee In education, and Miss Mar-I I to all CHI. lifted relief clients -
of this service. Inatlon of J. H. Benson for the Agricultural Funil
Adult le Benson will receive a twu- from the WPA commodity
joi '
young; people, and children same position, that at a previous I County Agents Salary 1200.00 +
Ire In school warehouse here and Satur-
Invited thisof
to meeting of the School Board, al { Reserved for Contingencies
leryice I vork. day.
Prayer worship. f which the trustee were present a .__. ___ I _. A and Emergencies -. 5000
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meeting service wUl be ... ---I large delegation of patron ( fitly

Ducted Wednesday night at TULSA, Okla. -Spring and summer rains have changed the semiarid or mote) of B. H S. leijuealed the AI lent ion Toicnsendiles ;, County Court Total ________________ _.1.25004
"Clock by Judge E. K. Perry- ranges of Oklahoma Into luxuriant pastures and hundreds ofthousands trustees to re-nominate and the At the club meeting next Monday I j Around twenty cases are docketed Mother Priiiloii Fund

"' 4e", "Peaking on the subject of of cattle are being moved now Into the eastern half of Okla- School Board to re-elect Mr Cen night fifty cents will be given'ro '' for county Judge's: court which Mothers Pension .. 1,600,01)

... 'Relation of Law and Rell'on to finish the season In the Osage and Ozark hills. Old time I son as principal that Mr. Powell | someone It might be you, so will convene here next Tuesday
!el\ll' j A Cordial Invitation Is ex- Eastern Oklahoma will be able. to pasture more than I stated It wan very uppaient tha >e stare to attend Important morning This will be the first Total .$1.1:00,00'
claim I
seek to all to come for this mldthrty ranchers bead of fat cattle this Summer and Fall. II all those present were friends otl 1 MS: also Secretary session! since last fall I >Continued On Page 3) 4.I
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BRADFORD ("01':NIT; TEIJSiiKAPH. ST.VKKK. FLORIDA 1110.\1''. .II 1.1 I I.. ,
.'AGET\\O __ --- --- _
----------- --- ---- i unllitor levied ,taxes, hInd said defendant. IT 13 ORDER- Humphrey 1>"? -

sued wan In the niim- of t'nknown BiiliHixiuviil. that the defendant, Mury Belie tlmo, I
and then
LAWTEY the State ho advertised und II." ,
I Homemade Plane "Pancakes"SPRING Unless sold ccrtlfii.it', shall he I held hy : bidder'for.ai.1 HnttleH, nppear. to the bill of come ration to the xnlHetlluiiient .( I, ,

I O. J. Phillip, Correspondent icdeemed described according therein tn law will thepioperty l I.a I a-Mold provided. to. the highest by" Chapter 182l!) of Ih.U'IT l>luliit on the Ixt, dAy Perree of Amount, Prur.infcHKo ir hi" ,i ,I"" ."'"

bidder at the ': act of the Legislature, upon A. l It. 1U.I8. ntlierwlne n Bald estate und! r"..,, .
mild to the hlirheot di-Bcrllied real entail will be entered against I'hurithifr him tmcum I, ",. I II
Monday the followlim/ \
Electric Extcnnlons. court house door on the firm of Uindford. Stale oFloilda < her for failure to appear; flint this teNliiim.nt,, ., d
In the County .
In the month of September each week ,
order lie published onus non.
s Engineers of the Florida Power t938. which In. the I, r.th day of Sept to-wlt: for four coniiepurlve weeks In thHriulford Dated this. in. II
dY & Light Co., are busily engaged In t temher, 19:18.: Coot al S\V 'or of Call & County Telegraph, a newspaper A. I>. 1838IIKKMAN. l I''?ii l,, I I ,, to
4 t'r of July, 1938. SIM & Itun W on Call )
.A t. Dated thin 14th., day Illoudwny of general circulation, puliIlKhiMl -
out extensions and line | | II
surveying (OFFICIAL HhlAI.) St. 114 fl. S 105 ft, K. 94 ft, InI"-..
men are setting about fifteen milesof A. J. THOMAS N 105 ft. to Hew., In Starke, WITNKSS: my hand and official de bonl_ ? .. ,\ '"

rural electric Hues west of the Clerk of Irtult Court Florida.of Sec 28 T6 S. K. 22 E.evidencedl.y H....lor tnln Maid <>inirt. thin 2Dili day of H. H. Hllmph s I I'. .: ,In1: ,
lie Hold are
Rradforcl County The taxes to of June. A. D. 19.1H.OFFICIAI 8-17-8t-7-22.. '
city, extending to Hellbronn 7-ir.-6t--J2 certificate N"n. 48.1 and 1250 olI'll ( j SirOAl)

Springs. It Is expected that work and IMS: respectively and represent A. J. THOMAS
for the yearsInclusive NO'fU" 0.'
unpaid, taxes "rl'l.It
will be completed In about two KOTIC'H' OF KI.M OF TAXrh:11'rIFICATEM 19.11: to 1'3* both amount- Clerk of Circuit l ourtHrattord Foil '1'A' IIRIr trlai
': County, Florida.T. : : ,
weeks. $106.18. 11111 "..

l r dnA II Thomas has filed with me 18 1',.. 6 S. H. S3 n..t. containing for. Plaintiff.7.ISt7.29 .1. C, Jones, holder; nI: qr\t \ x. Th

Baptist Parsonage written request that the tax certificates 20 Acres, more or h'"". Certificate No. 863:: ',U.d 'hl'

VALLEY. Minn. After scattering: parts for more than The Louis H Hill! Jr., Memorial together or levied with All taxed subsequent held- The certificate taxes to No.be Hold 193 are of evidencedby 1928, and I I NOTICE OF KI.HCTIOV" day same or lu August 01" uffic, A b. .rod 1933 h.hot ill'

a mile when a wing collapsed, the homebullt plane of Bennie Skaar- Home recently completed by carpenters by tha State: be advertised and old represent unpaid taxes for the lly power vented In them the application for n tan ,1''d I mlsued
the Rev to the hlchaat bidder for cash aa 1927 to 1931 both Inclusive. I Hoard of Public Instruction for thereon Said '
is *
clerk near here. The terrific now occupied by year" "rtltlra"
berg 24-year-old 'pancaked" of the
grocery 18296
provided by Chapter .amounting1 to 858.89. llrailford County hereby call an ertyein the(
impact buried Its student pilot head downward In the earth killing f a. E. CutBhaw and family The l 1937 acts of the eirlelature, upon Said tax certificate together with election In ftcmtdraln, Hub School 'nuntgdewrrlb'dpnState j .

him instantly. He had spent eight months building the craft which I painting will be completed in the the following described. real estate of all subsequent omitted or Levied District No. 17 and Starke. Sub Lots or 46 Florida. th. W", I
In the County of Bradford Stata a 51 InV
taxes will .ha cold to the highestbidder I School District No. 3, to ba held I II 's dbtwn
was powered with a reconstructed Model-A Ford motor. The ship was near future and will make this one Florida to-wit: at the Courthouse door In i July 26 1938 In the BoatdralnS.honl I 3t Township 6 SOlllh Range ps

demolished. 1 of the most attractive homes In Heir, at NK for of Eli of NWVi Stark on the 16th day of July I House and In the City HallIn East, containing 20 A'ret
I of SEH of NE<4 & Run W 140 or lees.arty man
oclock A. 11 determine
l at 11:00: the town of Starke to
-- donated JH. .
the city. This property was Ft.. H 105 ft. E 24l Ft, N 10S rt, Hated thin the 25th day of June whether or not District No. IT shall .Unders. lOr th,. '
to the Baptist Church here by to J "g. S..... S3, Twp. 6 S. It. 2Rant. 1988. consolidate with Starke!! District No. the said ate;
BOATDRAIN tied wa. In the .. "fit '
SUNNY BROOK FARM Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Hill to be evidencedby (OFFICIALTHOMAS: 3 to elect three trustees and determine Unions auld mini ,.f ihin' f*
The taxes to be sold are of mlllaire to certlflcat. '
Correspondent the amount
Mro. Floyd It. Crosby, Cor. !Mrs. Z Z. Griffis. used as a home tor the Baptist certificate" NOB. 827 & 1067 of : Clerk of Circuit Court of he assessed against said conaolldatad deemed a""o"ding to, law the J' bf Pro

minister. 19.11 ft 193.1 respectively, and represent I Bradford County Florida. dlatrlct for the ensuing twoveurn. erty described therun,. I i I'' I, w1"
to the
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griff unpaid taxes for the year 7-1-31-7-15. I The managers fur said: election highest blddci .L1 lh,. o.
Miss Bonnie Turner Miss Melba 19ll: to 19:14: both inclusive amounting house door on I the rll \I ,
visiting her father and moth- will barI1l1ATDRAiN the month or August doll I
and Mlsa Bell Phil. were Church Programs to n7.0R.J.tO I"1
Moody Audrey I which
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt,, ,\ : All SEh of SWV4 W ot 1VOTIC-M OF APPLICATIONVOH : the let day of AuM'u": ,I..' .
week-end er. LAWTEY METHODIST "KKIOenate > Cal Ollsuon Dated .
lips of New River were Highway In Hoc. 3, Township 6 TAX thlll 11th dui .r. "I"
Sunday, at Hampton. They were ( Hill Nn. lull R.L. LeeRugene (OFFICIAl SIAI.t: II'
guests of Miss Neta Kelly. I William Shaw Ph.D., Minister South. Itanice 22 Knt. containIng llriffisElam
I home their small or I.... NOTTCNISIIERPRY(71VI4N, That A. J. THO.M,
16 Acres
Mrs. Raiford Brown who has accompanied by I Sunday School 10 A. M. 'I hit lit x.... ti>,h"more ti.hi, are fvldencediy Perry NewMom holder of Tax Certificates Lewis Clerk of ',n ,, '
spent the past month In Tennessee son Ray who has spent the past Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Salmon certificate No. 889 of 1933. and Numbered respectively. STAKKIi: Bradford C.n",. 'l I. ""da.
1 18:13nn" : F. A. Scott 6-17-lIt 7-15.
I 1/14 of 837 IxMiied August 7
his the
week with grandparents. the unpaid taxes: for
was visiting Miss Nona Brown by Dr. Shaw represent both Inclusive, 1/18 of 81!> Issued August 7, Adam preen
1933 to 111K,
and Mrs. Arle Blown last Sunday Mrs. W. E. Green has returned Kpwoith League 7 P. M. amounllliB years to I IS..10.I :I 1933 has filed same In my office. M. J. Hulllvan: NOTIfM' OF "'1'11'
.. for tax Graham Boyd. \11'
enroute to her home In Plant City. I home after spending some time Evening Wjorship, 8 P. M. Subject Said tux c"'i,"tlfli'atM toKetlier with and deed ha be made Issued application thereon. Said 7-1-41-7-22. I FOil T\\ IIKIllSennte ,.,. "

hereon with her father N. A. Morrell. ofi all iiiihBefti( "*,nt omitted or Levied to ( Hill... >?. |1":1: ,
She was accompanied by : "Privilege ot Gratitude. taxes will he BnM. to the highest 'ertifiestes' respectively embracestha MtTlt'H I NOT1CBI8IIBUKI: i ., "
ben with his i FJbio She was accompanied home Church Courthouse door In following described properleuIn | n. W t
who has staying i Ladles Aid to met at the bidder at the To Whom It May Concern. Notice MoHeley. Its' Id. i itlflcate ,' '
the of Bradford, State
grandmother here and Mies Doris by her sister. Opal who will spend Tuesday at 4 f. M. Stink on the S2nd. day .of July, of. Florida County: to-wlt : I Ix luTby, Jl"1v..n I that I have filed my lit No. HJ14. ,I-M,?. .I i, 4
1:1.1.: : al 11:00: oVIiKk A. lo[ August A. U 1 1 i
week In the rest of the summer with her. of Certificate No. 837 embraces flnnl report with the Honorable E. I 'I I
Dyal, who will spend a BAPTISTRev. Dated thlH the Slid day of July 1/14 and same In my off ."n I Ilillcatlon '
1( I'errymitn. County Judge I II ,
In wood- e
Plant City | Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of O. K. Jutshaw, Pastor (1D3XKlFFlrlAl.! :\ HKAI.) lawn Section Lot Fortv-one 30 TownMhlp 6 I I wilt ..n July 22ml, 19.18 ask that I I theieon. for Sold n lav. i tin'I I.," .i,, I

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and Jacksonville were visiting C. A. Sunday School, 9:45: :: A. M. A. J. THOMAS.Clerk Smith, Range 22 Kant. containing I same" be RI'I"'nvecl and Final thecharge I the following do". ,,1. ,
of I I
1 I...... granted, its ,., .
10.re.*, more or
tillCcMllltv f
Court nf (I' I I'
or'I..ult "
children spent the Fourth of Julyin Grlffla Sunday. Aiorning Worship. 11 A. M. Bradford Florida. I/IS of Certificate No. 83!). embrace the i-xtiitF ,,r H J. .\.I. l'mltn. PlurliU, to-wh.
Crescent Ga., and were accompanied -I Arch Prevatt was visiting in li. V.: P. U. at 6:45: P. M. T-8-3t-7-22. Lot Forty In WondlawtiSection c...iBc'd ThlH June 24th, mil.H d"-I Lots, 49!) A 04 .in \\' i ill ,
J. Al.DKKMAN: .lit.. '
30 Township 6 South.I'anite : Tp. 51'1. It J. I I
home Miss Ward'smother Jacksonville Monday. EveningVor hlp, 8 P. M.AiMweeK -
by I -'J4-4t-7-l,1.. ''f
22 Runt, containing, 10 20 A'r..lI. mar'I., i I.,
who will Joe Griffis! Jr., was visited by \ Prayer Meeting: Wednesday M>TI( M 01" tt'Pl.t't'iiovP1)11 '
Mrs. LaRoach ( T\\ UII.UNOTWr. : : crc" *. more or lea* I 1 ho nMBpHHinent! ..f MMtv
spend some time here. ,: his grandfather, Mr. Moore of 8 I*. &1. .: IS JH"I.n'JlVI- That The aMMeMBinent of the said property l\ Till'! ComT OF TIIM ('JH'I'Y < under 'the .nicl
'. under 1/14 of Bald. Certificate Jl Due::. nit \I>KOIII) <'oi'NTl. Need: tent In thf 11.1111, ,
Miss Madeline Crosby, of Brook- Jacksonville, last week-end. Leone English molder of Tax ( .r. No. 8.'i7: wax In the name of Unknown '. ,,'I.OltlU.1'Ii I'ltOlltTK. rnl.'HB 1 mild. i-rilfi, ". .n.deemed i'" ?r
Issued the 7th day
er. who Is teaching at Rising I' C. A. Griff und Joe Griffis, Jr., Mrs. E. D. Boyer, of Ocala, Usiting of tlfli-uie August' No.A.1070 D. I*'33. hat filed Mama Bald and the under assessment 1/18 of of said the IN::; 11BIJ4TATK: OK II S. llr.MPHUEY: I urtv. described according IIi.'n I.. 1."\ i ,''r..
property i itu i.-.r
school. Is making her home withMr. attended the live stock market in 11'lends here this week. In ,my, office and haM, made application .. Certificate No. 83D wan In the name 1)EC'EAEDFlV'L: the highest/ blil.l, ,i i ihi.

and Mrs. Tate Gainesville Moncay.: Mia. G. W. Roberta and Mrs. Lucille for a tax clnpil to be Issuedthereon. uf I'nknown. | "O'I'ICENO'rl10 .line door on Th. t t..?' M
Cr08by.t embracesIh'
I I .Said'ertlticate IS HKIIKHY: UIVRN- Hint .
Unlace Mild certificate shall be of AIIUIIM' i "
I Ij y
Mrs. R. L. Lee and children visIted Mitchell were vuutuis to de"'I'lb..d In
I following property tha undersigned will the 20th III. dav of
Mrs. Mablo. Denmark and children redeemed nccordlnar to law, the on l."l MIKH ''
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. .j-ckaonvllle Saturday.Mrs. the County .if Bradford, State of properties described therein will he atfd thlB llth ,.1u.|, i .
and Mrs. Hilton Dunkley of "Florida tu-wlt\ : I the. Ilnnoinble 'ce n t ud a of ( SKAl.i
I I'I j Bold to the highest bidder at the
B. Prevatt of Hampton Sunday. F. R. Carradme was shopping ldJ 'OFI"fI'I.I'J.
Three Acres In Northwest Corner .
III ml .
Jacksonville. were dinner guests court-non door on the First Mon f.ll l County .I hla final i iruluin TIIO.M, t-
Tlielmit Prevatt the of North Half of Southwest : 'II.r I .. .
Alms in Jacksonville
I spent Monday. In the !Month of August 1'UH.! u count vine-hern a* AilnilnlHlrntur i'li rl. f i ilirndfi.Dl r
of Mr. and Mrs. Tate last I day ,
Crosby Cjtiarter of :Net; th went QuarterSectl00 ,.,
past week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar brniin, a local young man which" IM the let, day of August/ A. runt tcHtamento annexo ,
28 6 Smith.K.infre
Sunday. i TnwllHhlp tip bouts non of the KMuti-. of It S. 8-17 .I 7-18
Ralph Gainey, of Lee Lake. I who has recently returned from 22 Kant, rontnlnlnic. 3 P. 1938.I'ale.l:
We are sorry to report that Mrs. ., thin listli., day of June, A.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee visited service In the United States Marines I \t rB, more or Ic'tfTin I'. 1H.18OFFICIAL:\
Ruby Crosby is on the sick list at : I HMKHiiH'iit oi" the mild property -
i Mi1 and Mrs. Ralph Guiney of in China. is spending a vacation under the sold certificate l 1.- ( SR.XL 1 )
Bued with\ In tin nanitf of lrnkno\/n.
Lee Luke Sunday. ot ui. his home
unity days Clerk of Circuit Court ofllritdfuid
Mr and Mrs. C. A. of
Crosby, 1'nlenB said certificate shall be redeemed -
Brooker. were visiting relatives and ------ $- ---- I neie.. i I according to law. the property 7-I-5t-7-2: !>. County Florida. I MKS. I. l McCAinC, Lady Attendant
described therein will be Hold
friends here Sunday afternoon. I GUM BRANCH l.irs. M. K. Biggs, Mrs. E. B. In ,the highest l.ld.lcr at the court IN (1"11'1' rot irr, ivM" Foil JACKSONVILLE, I-LA. sr. AUGUSTINE, KI.A.

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner Annlo: Mat Harimge, Cor. Wells,, Mrs. A. H. Harley and Miss h'UiBe door on the first Monday of lilt tlF(1111)01''rl'>> 'I..HI- 45V.. hurda-rbone S-1S38 SO *!st. George I'lume' 1 7

and Mr. and Mrs. Title Crosby and Martha Wells and Miss Clara Mae j >August if August; 1938, 1938., which: l I. the let day I I h it. IN (II \MKIIV.IN .
son, William, attended church at : Mrs.\ W. F. Harnuge spent part Hurley, were visiting In Green! Tinted thin let day rt July, 1938. I', .STATIO OF FLORIDA:

Evergreen, Sunday night. I''ot lust week in Pine Level, us the Cove Springs Saturday. I IfaUpt I (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS,) It appearlnv. by arfldavlt. filed In

" Mr. and Mrs Bob Hulslop and I guest of her son-in-law and daughter A. E. Maxwell of Green Clerk of Clifiilt Court orBrndro..d I I that lirartrord cettaln County cause, Florida In Circuit, In Court Chancery -, UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

' :Miss Inez Kelly attended church In Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. I! Cove bprlngs, was a business visitor County, Florida. t,; .entitled Clarence Battle,

Starke Sunday night. The Rev. H. M. Tillman, ot here Monday. j 7-8-U-7-29 IMiiliitlff v*. Mary Ilelle Rattles, I.. C. MCCABE President, Jacknonvllli, Flit.
-- -- -- ---- relief
ppfendant, and the prayed
-. -- -- Jacksonville was the week-end I Mr. and Mm. Stiles Bohannun I j \OTIfH OF \l..: OF T\\ for being divorce; That the defendant -

UROVKER guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor of Miami are the guests of ('Klfl: IFICt'li4NOTICK : la a resident of a State or County Industrial Life Insurance
IS IIKKISHV GIVEN- that unknown to the plaintiff and
Miss| Tern Gaincy, CorrespondentMr. man. I Bohannan's patents Mr. and MI''I Mr.Annl HemliiKway has filed that there I* no person In the State O. U S\Pl', Representative

I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner, of I, A. M. Blanchard, this week. with me written request'| that the of Florida service of personal process -
r tax fertiricaten BT.tli.'i with all upon whom would personally -
Rising were dinner guests of Mr. August and George Arwood and
and Mrs.
B. F. Hazen who I
and Mrs. F. S. Supp Thursday.Mr. I Miss Grace Arwood, of Birmingham -
spent some time In Miami as the I I -.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everette I and Mrs. Leroy Norman and Ala., are visiting their par-

demons returned home Thurs sons, Junior and Marklee, spent ,,I ents, Mr. und Mrs. H. B. Arwood,

Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr. here this week.

\ day. I and Mrs. A. J. Williams I ,
: Johnnie Jenkins, Jr., who has i,

been spending' some time here with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough, Monday i

1 his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Pine Level, were visiting relativesin night. OFFICE SUPPLIES
this section afternoon. I IMI'
R. B. Raulerson returned to his Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the'
+ and Mrs. W. R. :
home in Okeecliobee Tuesday. He Kersey at-I State Farm. were visiting relatives
tended church at
was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Shady in this section Sunday afternoon.J. I 11

Raulerson and daughter Nadine this week-end, and spent Saturday S. Sapp attended church at
I with Mr. and Mrs. H. I
and by Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran- night Keene. Shady Grove, over the week-end.
of Shamrock.
nen and, daughter Pauline of I R. C. Keene spent the week-end .

Lake Butler who will spend the Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent the in Shamrock with his parents Mr. 11.i

week In Okeechobee.Miss week-end with Miss Clara Flume, I and Mrs. H. Keene. \
of Starke.
Rena Prttchard of Blouna- I .
Leila Mae
Mr. and Evelyn Clark i ;
and Mrs E. E. Yarbrough
spent Sunday here with hersister
spent Monday with Selma
and brother-in-law Mr. and of WuoJlawn, were visiting Mr. andMrs. night ; 1

Mrs H. B. Crosby. W. R. Kersey and Mr. and Sapp.

Charney Yarbrough of Wood-
Roy Green and Miss Juanita Mc-
lawn was visiting Chlsm
Gauley were transacting business and Eva Fay Guiney and Johnnie Rudolph
and R. C. Keene
In Starke Thursday. Jenkins Jr., spent the week-end In
Friends of J. T. Kirkland will be [
Mr and Mm R. B. Raulersonand Lake Butler, as the guests of Mr. l,
Interested to learn that be has
daughter, Nadine Misses Vera and Mrs. R. W. Brunnen. returned -( the Ruby
home Saturday afternoon.

.I I I after spending the past two weeks I LEDGER OUTFIT

in Jacksonville, where he under- ';i $4 00 J MEW the Raven '

wont an operation In St. p0 $

Hospital. An exceptional value! Conslit oi loose .. Elell T X NDew

LUkes/ loaf ledger binder, 200 ledger ihaats and "4 R
---- /
...... .. N t $
( IIK.
, nFPoItT Black 2 5
I A-Z 26 divfeion leather lab Index. Bound Z. 2
.. Ktarke, Fin., June 30, Ste
'.". Report or the Clerk of the Circuit I in dun ehl. imitation leather, colors red or black. Steal back ga}er eu1MtanU4 rbo I'Siteflon

Court 1 In and for 14 rail rurd dainty, I D1Lh.d etj lea k and Ieatker 9861//
automatic locking davica. Push button for quick ,
\ 1 F..hl.. nn ,account of taxes UKMUMBd open- binges, .
\ \ fnl, 'the year 1837, lag, no key required. Sheets are white Ivorydal ledger CCPS, TWOj-1ch. right
( A. KNHIHT Tax al.ek
('....n.,. Proper Collector.I I I paper! 24 substance Sheet size 6 9J i Inches N

Ti llalaiii'e. due Xn'eak
f- ""..iint f.illected bh..t My
To Balance due 2,793.04lliie AHo.Leh .
.fIE' <& -KorlrllureTo Bloch H. I1pu... : 291 0 4020 I 0.r. t. ,
I 8'J
'. Malani'e duel 1.12.17 !
NO '
r l\ amount, collected 851.88 020008 lIuby Ledq.r Outfit-lied ".00 rad"e 4011
; :: b
.. T.t Mntiliife: tint.Cuuntr H72.49 a
I 020007 lIuby Ledq.r Outfit-Bleck 4.00 2
-. _' llond sad Hrld.. beery
; ..-.:" To Mil la life due ,_ 4 494.77 ..". lw Ledo***" _ere Iurnl.>*>.cl ..!_0.......... __.... C.. Te pe eletwtyJor Ce ,I!
Hv amount collected I,von.70 In. be lui>l>h a with"WkU Debit Ledg.c tens B.luo I Colat _"d..u loch r"d/oek ayes blaj g I
To Ito lance due 3,4!>0.07 w extra 1h e.'BL.. I
( .....,. Hehool Ueiteml 22740 II
To Italanco due .498711 I

Itv amount collected 1,006.70 I '
1 To Balance. due 3.490.06 Red .... 1119 --
Countr Pulls 1110. Reuss 8'' 33.2d '

.:.x44'+9.4:s, :dce.eesrei To Halanee due -_ ?.. 18X00 a....;,: ....
Fly amount collected NoneTu b 0.a.w-.
I llnlini-e' due 18300 t _

Total ...-...._ R.S1Ita.
1'.. IMIUIIC-F' Hue 4487.79
i I
My nm.innt collected 1.006.60
4 Tn Halnni'e due 8 481.2!) 1. Pi.s I II

\ .ro..l Hnk.Hrkoal ...... "
iO'l9"i To Ilalant'c due 6,169.38
Ilv niiiiiunt rollected 1.1 ss 47 I :: : ..

'I ifo llatant'ti. \arlroltBTal due 4.003.CS I d. -: .S

i l1altn du" 224 14
i Ilv nmrinnt cnllected Mill
f\1\S1 "'* llalanc due 174 61 = =
N'Idn1v'. PenaliiKTo I the Eagle

TtalBllte due 11242 $ 05
r>. ,
3 anonmt collected 2116 ,

; flORiDA; mamm lines Ti YtAlanco..Kll due llon.l Itefltnil 87.24M Maw low 1 prlea Canary Pond, rod ..... L Bat LEDGER OUTFIT $ 0 0 "

125/ To Knlanct due 1,11781 bIn. Tuliag Bad Bond brown and green 8 II'rtoWaCJ. '

wrI Hv Hinnnnt collected 475.J7 lb _b. paper SO sheets to a pad. :'
i To Ttnlnncp duel 1.138.04 Tan pads par box.: Six 8 d4. I Eacl! "
Colt acquainted with the World. famous hiitorie and Costs Less Than <...d Jt HrldKe intnKli.klnK dt Nack Coed.faotdnrabl.browacorduroytinder imllatlon leather beck with '::1":1"I
cank spot of owe ttlle this Hund-.Ji of KundTo ? corners. 200
yow ytjr. -. will."
Your Car Balance due 7,920.14Hy ., I ."ft D-IpU Irorydd..hMty 28 .ub. l.dq.r. "requl.r l.d".r' I'\1lh1'7.'
thousands .... monty a .Lf.-Hms." to visit Florida Driving I amnunt collected I .8KJ "T a1=He. 8toe. Na. T-ts.a Sad A.t ..thaI' lab 26 division lnd.s. Staadud machAIII8tD ;[i I

Th... ..... tnttctMit a'. hara tha year 'round. .. tC K*..." l'II.I.K ..O.tWT. To Balance due 6,3(3.67prtH with ky lodg.r I Iop.r.t.d
Florid Motor 7104 B1104 4 col. with ...... =3.09 I
Lines' Imuriouf butts serve ...ry pct PHTKHXHI: II<1I.T.1: ---. ---- apa

of thn Mutt with fraquanl, dcpandibla' ichtdulat. 'r t 'II' \ s *i.nor > I \0'1'11'1: or TAX\ IPI.Htriov I>Kf.ltei 7100 B1103 3 col.. with ...... spec. 2.09 st..k Ir.-..... Dlpt'-t r.we !
tba 7107 B7107 7 col., DO natII. apace 2.09 h I,
saving tiring ratponnbairr of
d.n& A LA s i.-w: <" >n.e HIM '.. 1e3)NOTIrFISHERERY(1tVIN
I KEY Wf.NT! SIU.7II I That 7/10/ 87/10/ 10 col.. with nam_ spa- _2.IS 93x11 H Eagle: L.dgeg Outhl $8,00 each

J. M. Sapp, Jr., holder of Tax Certlflcat 1000B 9\Sall Sheet only 4.50 90.0a
Rlttll serer Other sues up to 30 column pioportlonafaly prioad. p.r .
I No 236 Inmied the 2nd day
4'k3LLi37Sr out 1. tMnO s XNO of July A. l). 1914 has filed same i
\ I In my office and him made application -
-- for n tax deed to he Issued

ue7tsLEv 5ERV. art. thereon. Maid certificate embrace
1.'i' ('.awsy. Aal.L Mia following described property In
the County of Hradford. State of
Bradf d
Florida, C...wit County
Lola 21, *4, 2.1. Id In Wood. Telegraph I
a lawn Section 17 Township 6 [
Noah Kuiiire 22 Kant contain I J
1 ln. 4) Acr.>, more or 1..11.

The affMemiment of I ha said property I I __
under the sail certificate I.- = -_-__ ._ __ __ =--

J'r 1'
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I 1938it. ':J

r._-..m"..- "- .- -. .-- Bit \DFOUD t'01 :vrv' TKLEhltlPH, ST \ItKE':. Jo"I..olt1.\ P \OE TIIltF.1'1

ways, and because insufficient public I -

fires Take funilH restilct oiKanizcd 1 jiiotcction YOUTH WILL GIVE WAY r Real Estate \\'11fnl ""r TilE I Coed Business

Big Timber against fire to limit'' l FOR AGED AFTER I'll1IHKK .:
Toll Yearly area. I 1988 Tax Is Fixed V.!hy dl1"! n'l the "chamber of By Labor Day
"Existing forest indimtrleH and ---- I Commerce do something about It?
President By Governor
fires are one others expanding southward such 'I week a repoit Roosevelt mild<- last \.iilon: of present bars: to imml- Stop and think how many times I May Be Reality

-t "1"I ..: i imi forest of southern as pulp and paper manufacturing American predicting that the I,, gnU Ion and by a reversal of the I you have heard that question propounded
oncmiea population, after TALLAHASSEE. Governor
I .'" ',, i require large amounts of wood an InK attain- diminishing birth rate, but in the -- on the street corner. In According to oiv preaa uispatcb,
,iren T. White, general a peak of 138,000,000 by 1988.1 Cone set the State tax on real en-'
I tun''" \\ I Seaboard nually. The growing capacity of would dwindle long run a halt in the population late the barber ohop. over the bar or "Wall Street has had one of the
the lust
of thereafter I week at three and flvrelghths -
IDctll9111 I southern forests, however, is more Incrt-ade might not ba such a bad wherever people are brought to-
has a would consist quickest nd mast
mills the complete
,,,VII that everyone than equal to the task of largely of old or thing after all. same aa taut gether.
raUwa mterl'st in preventing the supplying middle-aged people. year. changes of htart within memory of
IJJIltrml] them all, but the excessive loss of The "It may on the whole,"' It said, The Chamber of Commerce Is
timber each
of experts estimated "
losses that be- Each county ia required to levy oldest veterans. The week end
standing timber "be
tremendOUs each year, due beneficial rather than Injurious held responsible for social
twen 1935 and 1975 every
these ravages. the number of thl lax for the State la addition
,v n. rrOm largely to fire, greatly reduces persons 20-44 to the lifo of the Nation. It moral and economic ill In the com ing July :2 saw anocr.er steady advance
: of
White said In part years age would to the county millages for
Mr Although forest fires have the amount of wood available for Increase only six per cent, whereas assures a continuance of a favorable tions, BChoola and roads opera munity, in the critical eyes of the with the shares of Indl.8trial
ratio of population to natural
,outlawed by every southernSI i the number 45-64 years old would The tax last year produced almost public. corporations reacning tneir
the greatest enemy ofgrowing ... Fire CIIUN" Wiutr Increase 69 per cent. resources of the United States $30,000 for each mill, or a Nearly everyone is ready to condemn best level since October. On July
4 amber, nevertheless, large "Tha Forest Survey of the Persons over 65. now comprising Each citizen of this country will total of slightly more than $1.- the Chamber for failure to 2, the volume of trading was the

burned each year as aresult South for 1934 has determined, about six per cent of the population continue to have, on the average, 000,000. have In instant remedy for each largest for any Saturday In eight
,reM are among other things, the will a larger amount of arable land, and and the "tradition" that
i of human carelessness with mortality conxtltuto 15 per cent of The mlllage Is the maximum allowed every tangling problem, yet months
to live standing Umber from lire. It In 1980. and other natural resources how to the buyers are always before a
the woods and along highPROTECTION People under 20, now i by State law. One mill ia many are willing help wary
lire Insects, disease, and wind Forest about 37 per cent of the popula at his disposal than the Chamber do something about it? holiday weeknd was shattered.
I for the State school fund and la
fires were responsible for most of I tion, wil be only about 25 per cent citizen of the countries of the Old I, \ Where does the work of the In two weeks, quoted bond and
mandatory under the
this waste of usable wood by kill- in 1980. World. This supplies the material i Chamber of Commerce begin and Block values Increased some 310.-
basis for One-half mill la for the Livestock
Ing trees outright and by weaken I "A most striking feature of the a higher level of living. i Sanitary Board, one-half for the where does It end ? What la n 000000000.

ing th
were readily suuceptible to death next few decades" the report said a population: estimate of I the prison fund three-qtiurtera for Chamber of Commerce ? business .which so fur has gained

from other causes. I "Is the increase In the number of 158.000.000 by 198S it said threWHS the free textbook fund and one- Comparatively few realize that but little above Its extreme depression

,. "In southeastern long leaf and older workers relative to the number a possibility that the .peak I half (or the pension funl.I n Chamber of Commerce la a bus- I low-. follow the appreciation
slash pine forests' which aggregate of younger adults" might actually be 138.000,000 and The Inosn, Institution which must live In s-'cinity prices? Precedent!
", THE 35,000,000 acres In Florida, south i All this, the comml", c suggested that it might be reached as early | mlllage in 1930 was theState's within Its Income; that It is made I' holds that the stock market aensea

Georgia and southeastern South'; might be clrr_.uvi-nted by re- as 1955. I The lowst two and one-half. up of the far-sighted people who major changes In the state of business
SMILE Curolinu, the total growth of pin year before it was five and reside In the community; that It week. or even months before
one-half and In 1030 It was the
timber for that year was depend largely upon Its annual Income they occur. And II is a fact that
of )00) cubic feet of wood 6158,000-1 Holiday Death UI'': OLt'TIOS i highest. 14 1I -.. or, In other words, the number the sentiment of business !leaders

total amount cut and used for In-I j I Toll Lists 513 Wherwu.. It has pleased the Almighty I --. of members, and the extent of while far from wholly optimistic,

dustrlal! and domestic purposes, In-I to remove from our midst I I \\ II\' DO TIIKY IK() IT? cooperation they are willing to Is getting better. Even: some of

eluding firewood was less than I The toll of America's holiday I by ,death our esteemed Deacon i 1' Funny but true: Florida people give after they have paid their the moat cautious commentators

from half that amount, or 313,000,0001 deaths | seraich around all winter, renting money. are now coming out of their sheila
It ,.nn only come I -at least 513 died violently and co-laborer, Deucon Henry S. ,
adequate Insurance' ", cubic feet. Mortality during the celebrating the 162nd I, out a room or two, putting togeth-1 I People expect more of n Cham-1, and forecasting thnt a strong upturn
nouiiil. anniversary Norman, who has for
Everylement of same year, caused the tremendous of Ind pend..nccshowI'd many years or something; the "'"tourist' will ber than any other organization in will bo underway by Labor

: ami f4' 'I" taken loss of 406,000,000 cubic feet of I the nation has practically eliminated occupied a prominent rank in our I buy or holding: a. seasonable job, the community Because they are Day, and that the fall season will

worry shoulders merchantable wood or nearly one- fireworks fatalities but has midst maintaining under all circumstances then upend all they make becoming dissatisfied unless they can get $10 be active.
fron jour a religious character "tourists" back out of $1 invented and
hinl more than the amount used failed to __ on their own in. the every ------. -
mil the cost Is small! Quell the tncnarn_ nf thn.
.n -- -- unpunished and mountain cannot see tangible and direct returns
a reputation or at some northern
for Industry and community sup- motor car: The first company of New England
US WRITE xjrt. I above rppronch.I seashore. But It'g humnn nature, many maintain a skeptical
LET missionaries to Hawaii landed
Only three pel sons were killed Therefore, Be It Resolved, That just like buying away from home. attitude toward the organization.:
YOUR INSURANCE! Waste of timber, not use of by fireworks all of the "hom"made" I Iin the death of D'-acon Henry S. I It used to have to be labeled "1mport..d" They are ready to blame everyone 1 there In 1830.
timber la the real threat to permanently variety. Motor crushes on but themselves.
Norman, we have sustained the to be looked upon by
,': \\> reprownt several large, productive forests in the packed highways, however claim I loss nf a Christian friend whoxe friends with envy but now It has Remember this! If the Chamber complaining?"
irliiitile companies 111 the Southeast. Fire prevention would ed at least 256 lives half of the en- fellowship It was an honor and n I to come from the nearest large of Commerce doesn't accomplish The next time a chronic kicker

Tlieft, 1.I1111111t"nnuIl3', soon eliminate most of the timber lire number. I' pleasure to enjoy; that we b. city to be impressive. Somewher nil that la expected of It, It la repeats. (hut eternal question,

Ilf and Fire frlil! osses, and provide peipetunlly for The rush for beaches and lake willing testimony to his many vlrtucB arl- alonn the line comes your own because It lucks the moral and financial "Why doesn the Chamber of

evn many more wood using mills and river resorts to escape 1m- !, to his unquestioned probityand town with some people who make support of the right business Commerce do something about
of all kinds than there are atircsent. moJerate heat in some sections and In the It ?" aalc him. "Are a member
JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT stainless. Christian life: that : It almost their religion to buy at piofesalonal men you
of the country resulted in 139 of the Chamber of Commerce?
home while community
j we off'T to hll'l' renvcd fnmllyi others'' are just u nut-
"Timber IH the foundation of drownlngs and mourning friends. over whom t> nhout. running to some other YOU are the Chamber of Comm I Have you gl.i-n It one dollar of

much southeastern Industry, ugrlcultuie I Reports from 4G states and the i sorrow has hung nor sable mantle.i 10".1"V" \ y time ihi-v wunt toI'i ," cO' mil before von .'rllll'I7oI4'1 your money or one minute ot your
business, and employment, District of Columbia also showed contribution time '.' No' Then whul hnva
PHONE 13 i i,I cm- hp:1I'tf,11ndolence, nud nd a couple of dollars Thi- .ink youl'self.Vhal right
and productive forests are essen- I 27 persons were shot to death 20 ,,''that' 7nfinlt. Ooodrtehs, may bring pray Lei'.sbuig Commercial of the condition about which I am I you to kick '.'" The Mlnmlan3OC3OI
---------- committed suicide, 18 wer- killed
by trains and 50 died in various speedy to their burdened) --- h -- ___ _. __ ___ I
. .
I hearts and Inspluthvm with (the
BOREE FUNERAL HOME mlshups such ns falls, lightning :
connotations that Hope in futuilly :
imd l home accidents. :
.. and Faith in Qod even in the I
IullIn.\ of
CasKets & Undertakers .
SupplierA The toll of :513 was below that ."' ., = IOCXOC "."'
M It I I, A N <" ESt; It V let; shadow of the tomb
of the
Fourth of July week-end in
DAY AND) :NIGHT 1937, when 563 were killed, but Be It Further Resolved. That a I U f"f"I ,

i'i'j 53 O. II. PHONE 53 more (than doubled the number copy of these resolutions, properly' D D \' .: :..
BENNETT. Mgr. be I 0"" ,
engrossed presented to th famIly o
tor the M"moriiil day week-end-- "
.\ HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTIONSANITARY of our deceased friend, u copyph.cell I WHEN IN NEED OF : 'i
250.New the record of ;
upon our
York with 39 deaths, led '
I.I I.
Church and a copy furnished the I
the .states. .
--' V,1 Pennsylvania was second I
with 33. Michigan third with local press.

I I 27 and Illinois fourth with 2(3.( Passed in regular Conference of

Freak accidents took many HMlbronn Church this the 3rd day
lives. of July 1938. D


', tial in maintaining permanent and Moderator.O I Printing

"; I 1 prosperous communities Everyone E. CrJOHNS.Committei'W.:: DURHAM. I

i ,, therefore, has a material Interest .
, I in preventing the tremendous
! II I los.seof timber each year 0 0 '

clii'l fire. Timber saved is timber A stk'li jr.me, h<.ai.Ing 'i noni, iilreiemhlano D

,, tlml t in !1)1' iisi. el with benefits !! !to hockey w IH play-
Let Us Serve You
for .11 i'd by the A/u-v Indians


We take pleasure in announcing I

I : o .. O
I that we are instaling the most '. /
I [a J -: n

modern and sanitary equipment I'' o o
>in our kitchen that it js possible to i
Music feature &: Photo Syndicate

obtain anywhere. I KREISLER Is one of the of hit icorkl. It "Overture Eipaft- I We have and Ii';
FRITZ complete Job Department give
a we can
concert artiits, it i II laid, not," ",/..lch11 .wror mart than 4O you
who does not know what his own year ago, A Hath of Span;.', at- I o 0 ,
NEW RANGE records sound way ptpt up a tompotrr I n neat and attractive work on either cheap or expensive Q I I
like. He once
On Unusual Band n I

i NEW STEAM TABLE i was stated"interestedin that he If an unusual band i Ie wanted the U O papers, as your taste demands or as the particular piece j : :

the process of following might be assembled: Jolly
creation and Cobum and his theremin, Rollini o of printing requires. We handle all work promptly, and o
NEW WATER HEATER when that is fin and his vibraphone Don Bestor and
ished I am not his vibraharp Ted Weema and his
concerned about /goofus. Bob Burns and his bazooka. give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are

All Equipped With the thing created.It Evelyn Kayc, playing the electric
"is dead for violin. Tommy Doriey the valve more reasonable than you can secure outside of the city.
me. trombone. Joe Haymcs and the ce- o 0

GREEN'S FUEL Louis Rild Dance Bands bola..and Madriguera Caspar Reardon and the and ma rim-hi* n We solicit your orders for
Take To Road
"hot harp." For conductor well th o
The time of year Is approaching mOlt nnuiual! ia mil Creatore. of the
when orchestras, like the troubadours unruly armi and the uncontrollablehair.
of old. take to the highways LETTER HEADS ii,
to give the people of the country
at large a chance to attend In person One of the foremost sticklers for
their salutes to the matter detail In mumral blatory was ttid I o ENVELOPES STATEMENTS 0 It: \
Debuioy On one occasion.
minds of Tin Pan Alley composer I '
What equipment Is necessary for II In laid, his Rhapsody for i : D 0 '\ I. 'I
the average dance band expedition Clarinet and Orchestra waa being I I o CIRCULARS FOLDERS BOOKLETS "
to the road It Includes, as a rule. rehearsed when an oboe player a g ;}
400 arrangements four suit of truck a wrong note. The composer o ioaoi -; -
clothes for each musician who bad been listening from the
ault. a dark ult. tuxedo varied rear of the auditorium ran forward n n J i.
frequently with palm beach Jackets climbed upon the ttage. and -without
and full dress suits. taking bis eye off I J
t to
I There are usually twen the offending musician U VISITING CARDS U.
ty-five musical Instruments turned the score back.
In addition to three paged placed hH O '" ,
more than fifty accessories linger on the blue note n n .' "
I for these. Including And that's how cartoon o o ::11t
Dine mutes megaphones of temperamental ( /.
muilclans are made.
music stands and sup '

plementary paraphernalia. Whitl No MoonllghtrIt "
. Where Food Tastes Best In weight the lug SEE US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDSCOUNTY
' gage amount to a ton there itn't a ditty ; ;'1
of music 900 pound of nou called "Yet. There ,
Where it is More Economical wardrobe and more Ami A'o &Moonlight" 0
than 1.000 pounds of thtre't one inunction
Where musical Instrument*. about \it It if the fir,'
it is in the Most Sanitary
Prepared !
I time, a longtoriter! hat BRADFORD
victor nertert re- looked at the moon ana
Manner maim the foremanttondty John Redmond found it wanting. {
of concert A C.A.P tJ ,
bandi. out the original j ,
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score of "Baliet in Toyland/ brought In the vait catalogue of tone I
only 1900 at on auction. title "Girl" U one of the moit employed I O
LT WEEK NUMBERS OF OUR FRIENDS AND CUS- of word Tuneimith. however fi a

T'"IKIIS VISITED OCR NEW, MODERN AND SANITARY Earthquake continue to be re- teem to dodge the word "wo TELEGRAPH o )

Kr| HEN BEFORE IT WAS CO IPLETED. WE WISH TO forfeit out tcientutt haven't yet in- man." though it one figured as the> ,

-VXOlNCE THAT COMPLETE AND OPEN FOR Mitigated the violent turning/ of title of an unusually popular march
IT 19 NOW "
i lOt'lt Beethoven Litxt and Bchuoert inthfir tune in "Th Merry Widow. A portion
, INSPECTION. gravel over the ttclnj/ ooj/t'/ of th* scanty representation Tin
I, __ mauling/ of their melodiet. I Pan AUcy has allotted to "woman" fj
a* tltl* Include: "Woman Hain't >
Some muticlant are now demonItraliny Got Enough Eyes," "Woman In the o JOB DEI RTM ENTo

/ how "Chopitickt" toundtin Shoe," "Woman Ha* Don MWrong" D
COURT HOUSE LUNCH thf clatiicol manner. There'* noimprovement. 0 .
Jl Hill it ttrridle.OIJttt ; Gershwin'* "Woman I* aSometim a* ';
Thing" from "Porgy and =.ocaoi OCiO. -OCIO OClO ; ,
JOE NOEGEL Prop.I" of IMng compoffrt Ittali Beta. ; "Women On Mr W<*ry j .

to bf Chart* Mtrif WUae, Mind" and for contract. "WonunV I .. .. .. .- ... .. .. .J /
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93 mUtnt ofmrU, Bell A_. Got a Right to Change Her Mind.- -- -- '- ; ,.f

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FOUR BKADFOKD COt'NTY' TnLE"" ",'. ST IRKE_. FIX)"1I>..VMr Fftln.Y. '" I.. tn.....
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I Throe Baptist Circles : ;MI-H.\ Brown and ;Mr-\ Sewell i NEAR ----:

1 Hold Inh'restingIeetingl'l: ; Honor Visitors At I iI FAVORITE FLOWERS AS YOUR TELEPHONE u-.

5ocfrtv1 Circle. Number! One of the Wom- Lovely Luncheon
I k*
iin's Missionary Union of the Baptist Sirs. M. F. Brown, and Mrs. W. RECIPES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J If* .
I Church, met Monday afternoon
I B. Sewell were hostesses Friday k>>W
at the home of Mrs Ada Lnwson.Sfuuonal .
I '
.. "
F "". when they entertained in honor of ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY \Hfe!- <
flowers were used to decorate Two Interesting cake recipeswere .
a '
II Mrs of Mr. and : V
Roy Smith guest PROMPTLY
*. Ward Entertains! Sorrenson-Andreu the home for this occasion. the
received by us through
I Mrs. K. G Duncan and Mrs, D. C.
Mrs L. Q circle leader,
Ladies' AuxiliaryMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Anureu an- I had charge of Powell the program and Forehand l guest of Mr. and Mrs. mall this week. We ar" glad to MRS. L. G. POWELL, StarkeHA"LL'S

nounce the marriage of their T. T. Long at the home of the for- see this Interest- on ttie"part of
C. F. Ward entertained the was assisted by Mrs. A. M. Darby
daughter Grace Aileen to Mr.
mer with a bridge luncheon. housewives! In
Bradford County
members of the Cadies' I and Mrs R. A. Thomas At the
Auxiliary John A. Sorrenson, Jr., of Calla- A color scheme of yellow and sharing their knowledge of cook-
of the Presbyterian Church at doss of the meeting, the hostess
their way, Fla. served delicious refreshments to green was carefully carried out In ery with others, and hope we con- I'
regular meeting Tuesday
The marriage took place at every detail. Marigolds and fern They do not necessarily have to
circle members and visitors
right at 8 o'clock at her home.
Chipley on May 29, 1938.PriestFrancis were used In profusion In decorating They do not necessarily have to
The living: and dining: rooms a I, Circle Number Two met Monday the large living room where be recipes for cakes or other des-
were atractlvely decorated with a afternoon at the home of Mrs four tables The tal-
were placed.! serts. We are just as glad to receive -
W. L. Wall, with Mrs. Wall and
variety of summer flowers for the' lies were of modern design carry- of
meeting.Mrs. I' Mr. and Mrs. Emra Clayton I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee as hostesses. ing out the chosen scheme. new meat ways dishes preparing, or other vegetables sta-

R. F. Clark had charge of Priest announce the marriage of Tho living room where the guests Mrs. Forehand won high score I ple foods. WEEKEND
their daughter, Pauline, to FredE. were seated was brightened with
the devotion, which consisted of
and was presented with a pair of "Sly Favorite Cake"
Francis, Jr., of Ft. Myers on zinnias arranged in vases and
meditation, and scripture CASH
songs book ends and Mrs. Jeanette Kin- 3 'ups flour SPECIALS
28, In Punta Gorda. bowls.
Saturday. May
readings. Mrs. Clark also a I
gave caid made second highest and was 2'-6\ level teaspoons baking pow-
lesson of Mrs Francis was a member of The meeting was opened by a
given a piece of lingerie. der
Grocery &
the 1934 graduation class of the devotional service led by Mrs. A. : Lunch Room
Miss Evelyn Stump, who was Mra. Sewell and Mrs. Brown 1, level teaspoon salted
Bradford County High School. A. Durden, who read the 22nd presented Near Seaboard Station
leader for ,
the meeting butter
Mrs.! Smith and Mrs. Forehand cup I
After graduation she attendedMassey's !i chapter of Proverbs which was
gave an Interesting talk on "Spanish I with linen handkerchiefs as %! cup water for( milk)
Business College in Jack- 0 -
j followed by prayer. I
Speaking People. A chapter gifts of remembrance of this delightful 4 eggs
sonville and for the has
from the book "Our Presbyterian past year The circle leader, Mrs. J. M. FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Lbs. _
been connected with the W. P. A. I party. I'/a cups sugar 60c
Church" reviewed Mrs. E. Brownlee presided over the business -
was by In Gainesville. After the awarding of the gifts Vanilla flavoring to suit taste
M. Davis. session, at which time minI Sift flour baking powder and ;
a delicious luncheon served j
:Jli Francis Is connected with on MEAL 10 Lbs. _
utes of
June and
meeting treas- 19C
salt three times. Cream and - -- -
During the business meeting, I I the card tables. Each table helda sugar
which WitS presided over by the tho produce business In Ft. Myers urer's report were lead. The committee bud vase of marigolds and fern. butter, beat In one egg, add a lit- ---- --

president. Mrs. O R Stansbury, j where he and Mrs. Francis will re-I appointed on repairs at the The main course and the dessert tle of the flour and water beat LARD Compound Lb. .
I side at 1315 Anderson Avenue. 9/2c
pastorlum work the
reported on
the ladies of the auxiliary made course repeated the yellow and well, continue this process until
plans to paint the manse after _August 1. I porch had been completed. Mrs. green colors. you have used all eggs. Add flav- I --
-- -.- ?--- --
T. K. McClane chairman of PEARL GRITS 10 Lbs.
During the social hour Mrs I The world's worst weather Is I per- Those enjoying tne morning with oring last. -. 20c
Ward served her guests a deliciousice claimed for the Antarctic, the sonal service assigned for themonth's the hostesses and the guests of Bake in moderate oven for one I

course. home of the blizzard. work "Trays and flowers honor were: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, hour at 325 to 350 degrees F.
RICE Blue Rose 5 Lbs
be ,
to sent
to the sick. Edwards. 15C
Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. C. C. -Mrs. B. S. --- -
A rising: vote of thanks was given
Hoppe, Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid,
to Mrs. Mary Geiger for a hand Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs D. P. Carpenter OLEO BUTTER 2 Lbs. 25c
TRUCK OWNERS & DRIVERSWe crocheted rug presented to the cir Mrs.
II. C. Ritch, Mrs. A.
Food Cake
cle for the fancy work sale; and I _
can now handle your long haul Truck Liability also to Mrs. Alice Langford for Z. Adkins, Miss Lois Adkins, Mrs. 2 cups flour BACON Best Side Lb.
Hilda Belle __
Insurance and on terms two pairs of hand-made pillow Mrs. L. D. Vin- 1 teaspoon soda ? 122c
Ing, Mrs. Ethel Mrs.
Biggs E. L.
Truck Drivers Accident Insurance $12.50 cases. /3 cup
per year. Matthews, and Mrs. L. F.
Long haul Cargo Insurance. $50: per :31. per year. Plans were made to attend the man, of the State Farm. Chap- 1U cup sugar BANANAS, 4 Lbs. -____ .__ __ 15c

Come see us or Phone No. 146 for details. W. M. U. rally to be held at 2 eggs or 3 yolks --- -

ville Pine, on Grove Friday Church July near 15.: Offeringfor Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Matthews 1 3 cup sq. chocolate milk i CHUCK ROAST, Lb. _____ 12V2CWILSON'S

HAROLD C. WALL Agency the afternoon was $4.45. Entertain At BridgeMr. 1 tsp. vanilla ------ -

During: the social hour the co- Beat egg yolks, add sugar and CERTIFIED TRIPE 20c
and Mrs E. L. Matthewswere and beat until smooth. I
All Lines of Dependable Insurance I hostesses served tempting refresh- cream,
hosts Saturday when
ments to the members present: night Dissolve chocolate, sift flour and -
they entertained at bridge in honorof soda together, fold In gently. Add : 2 Lb. JAR PEANUT BUTTER20c
Mrs. T
____ _____ ___ McClane Mrs. T. F.
0- __________ their house guests, Miss Helen milk chocolate and
..-. --___ __._ .__.::1..; Lundrum, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. E. Cook: and Owen VV. Griffin, of St. flavoringnuts --
I if desired. Bake In moderateoven.
Mrs. R.
Hayes A. Newsome,
ruisn Mrs.! A. A. Durden Mrs. May Ed- Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs Jack Caramel Icings adds to the BABY, LIMA, Northern Beans, Lb. 4tc;

I wards and l Mrs One Wiggins. i, Williams whose marriage was recently cuke very much

GREEN'S STORE I Circle Number Three announced. Mrs. W. E. Edmondson.
FISH I I was entertained Zinnias and daisies were used in SALT, iyz Lb. Pkg. 3c
by Mrs! H. L. Hough who decorating.At .
I ------------- ---
Cash & used mixed flowers for decoration the conclusion of the i Dutch Supper Is Given ,
Carry game
in her living room. Immediatelyafter 122c
Lb. / the arrival of the guests refreshing Mrs. James Lewis was presented In Honor of Miss Sternberg I:
7k with -
a pair of glass bud vases as
Starke, Fla.3UAKAXTEED fruit punch was served. her reward for making high score A Dutch supper was a social I'' OAT MEAL 21/2 Lb. Pkg. 15c
Mrs L. A. Canovu. circle leader, ,
for the ladles. Mr. Williams made event of the younger set Saturday i

I conducted the devotional service. high for men and received an ash night, when Mrs. N. Sternberg: entertained -----

and used for her subject "ContrastIn !t'ay. I in honor of her daughter -I TOMATO CATSUP, 14 Oz. bottle 9c

Flour 61 the characters of David and Mr. and Mrs.\ Matthews Miss Lillian Sternberg who I
presented ---- ---- --
24 Ibs. Saul. During the business session celebrated her
C ..IIrs.mlamfl with a relish birthday anniversary -
routine matters trans-
were tray and\ Miss Cook with a box of at their Kingsley Lake home.A pure,
acted, and during the social period
monogrammed stationery as me- rustic motive was tastefully
the hostess served a sweet courseto mentos of the occasion. Mrs. Phil carried out In decorating the large LOOSE GROUND COFFEE Lb. lOc

MEAL, 10 Ibs. 20c (GRITS, 10 Ibs. 22cRice thirteen---members---.. present. lip Maguire, of Washington D. C. I living room for this lovely party. --- --

was given a linen handkerchief asa :1 During the evening dancing,
i Mrs. Long EntertainsFor visitor's prize. Dr. J. W. Brown I boating, and games and water T.BONE STEAK, Lb. 17c

Visitors lee won the galloping: goose prize '! sports were enjoyed by the guests. ,

:O.1ANlbs. lGc Mrs D. C. Forhand house guestof a deck of cards. I I| About forty young people were Try Hall's Pepper Hash, it's delicious,
A salad course was served to the I I Invited to enjoy the party with '
Mr and Mrs. T. T. Long and Pt. Jar 20c
following, besides
I Mrs. the honor guests: :I Miss Sternberg.
Roy Smith guest of Mr. and
Katie Fugate Miss I -
Evelyn j
Mrs! 1(. G. Duncan were the ini -

BEST WHITE BACON, Lb. 13c i luncheon ipiiaiion for a delightful bridge Clane Stump, Jr.Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.T. K. Mc-I for There the aged are and 170 672 Catholic Catholic homes hOH- II I FREE DELIVERY IN CITY LIMITS

Thursday at 10:30 o'clock
: '
Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, pltals in the United States. '
| when Mrs. T. T. Long entertained Miss
Lucille Mitchell
Dr Brown-
: ,I in her home. lee and Guy Bolts, of Jacksonville. fta--: ......, ___ _........=.___ ......._ _._" _.... __.
STEAKoWY The color scheme of red andgreen i
20 i: was carried out In the decorations -
C Luncheon At Kingsley LakeIs
> and tallies used for the FRIENDLY SHOES FOR MEN
-- | piirij Choice roses and asters Delightful Event

GOLDEN ROME QTS. JERSEY i,wore living' placed and dining to advantage room, where In the the A bridge luncheon given by Mrs. IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND COLORS
I N.
Salad Dressing 20c |Corn Flakes, pkg. 6c guests were seated Sternberg at her summer homeon
Kingsley Lake In honor of Mrs. '
i At the conclusion of the game
D. C. Forehand of Albany, Ga.
when the scores were, totaled it Mrs. G. C. Iryin of San Antonio :' ONLY $5 PAIR
puiin i was found that Mrs. Jeanette 1 and Mrs. J. L. Jennings of
r'fOFFEE[ GIZOL'ND 9 cald had made high. She was presented Boca Grande was a

\ I'OI-XU C with a pair of hose. event of Tuesday morning.delightful I,
I Ii
I MiSmith and Mrs Forehand
The guests were seated at card
i were presented with linen hand tables In the large living room, I BONAR ALLEN SHOES
IU.IJ4 kerchiefs an gifts from the hostess.

Bananas, 5 Lbs 15c,| Vinegar, gallon 15c !: At the conclusion of the bridge which decorated was for simply the occasion.but effectively ,, For Men

'| game card tables luncheon which was were served centered on the :'Irs.V.. .Wainwright received ,I .. Jest Shoes Made For the Price

a pair of hose for making high''

: TOMATOES \ n.\UD 6c I |; fern.Those with bud vases of rose buds and goose score and prize also, a pair won of the vases.galloping $3 and $x.50.5ar

the with
I'\CU-C.\S: enjoying party Mrs. Irwin. Mrs. Forehand, and ;
Mrs. Forehand, Mrs Smith and Mrs.
I Jennings were presented with
Mrs Long were: Mrs. H. C. Hitch, linen '
GOLDEN HOSEMayonnaise handkerchiefs as guest'
I \

pt 22c| Chuck: Steak, lb 12'N / Mrs Klncatd\ N., Sternberg Mrs. C. C.Mrs.Hoppe Jeanette, Mrs. prizes delicious from the luncheon hostess.A .
was served
C. A. Knight, Mrs. L. D. Vlning, r ALL LEATHER WORK SHOES $1.98
______ I at one o'clock to the following I .
Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- I
., ,
8I"T' JE\\EL guests who were Invited to be with

L.klns D. Mrs.Vining D., P.Mrs Carpenter K. G. Duncan, Mrs. the hostess and honorees: Mrs. D.l f

LARD lb. lOc Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. D. P. Mrs.P. Carpenter. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. i SPECIAL
W. M. Wainwright, Miso [ LOW PRICES ;
I Carpenter, Mrs, Ethel Biggs Mrs. Mlna 1\IaOllssa. Mrs": D. A.

I' D. A Monteith Mrs. L. F. Chapman I| Mon-j
M \XWELT, HOUSE .2 HI. PEANUTCoffee teith 1.11'1. K. O. Duncan. Mrs. ON OUR I
: of the State Farm; and Mrs :! Ethel Biggs Mrs. O. L. Beasley, ENTIRE FULL STOCK OF
Lb. 25c Butter B. S. Carroll and Mrs. Walter
| 20c
can /
Mrs. E.
: L Matthews, and Mrs L. i
I Crnbtree. of Jacksonville. I I GIRLS' AND
F. Chapman of the State Form. BOYS' SHOES
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Mrs. Sternberg was assisted in I!

5Pounds Y. W. Meeting serving her guests by her daughter. !

23c The Y.V.. A.., an organizationof Miss Lillian Sternberg.
, Sugar the ---- 1 .. SI.EN.TJFFICK SHOES
Baptist Church, held Its --- --

regular business meeting Monday w3? XL.. S. Will Meet t

night at the Church wth the president The Woman's Missionary Society J For the woman who demands the

I'.U-'UU\'K SOAP __n__ 0. Sl'PEnSl'ns, tOe size : Mrs. Paul Raymond, in the of the Methodist Church will

3 FOB __ 230OCTAOO.V I chair. best in quality and style at a
l O'T.GOXiO.U'! OH ---nnnn I' meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: I
POWDER 8 23 cnirs, Routine business matters were o'clock at the church. The s
Jargon SOAP program -
large 10o I dispensed with and all committee will be led by Mrs. L. D. ....__i.: reasonable price
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.l.I.EI..t.I. __ lOc chairmen the
large pkg. were appointed by Vining, and the business session

\ CONCENTRATED OCTAGON TOILET SOAP Bo president. will be presided over by the president -

HCPEKSl'DS pkg. ____ 100 OCTAGON CLEANSER __- SPAY Before adjournment it was announced Mrs. T. J. Griffin. SPECIAL LOW PRICESON
that the next meetlng'l -

\\E 8c BELOW JAX MAKKET FOR EGGS)-BE SURE: which will be social, will W. M. U. To :Meet"
at the home of Mrs. Hubert Prieston OUR ENTIRE
Call St.League The W. M U. of the Baptist

---+ Church will bold its regular business CHILDREN'S AND LADIES' DRESSESSEE

Agent For OfficersIeet:: and program meeting at the
church Monday afternoon at 3:30:
Officers of the Methodist I
Leaguemet o'clock.
Circle No. One has charge
Tuesday night with Mrs. W. of the program. OUR LINE MERCHANDISE: AND GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU Bl'V'
TRUEr 1AN FERTILIZER CO. B. Sewell and the Rev. and Mra. I

Frank Robinson at the home of the I i i H Exc... Acid causes I II WE ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE-
former. Plans for division of the I '
Better League were discussed and It was
Quality Ulcer. Indigestion
stated that many new topics will I
I BloatingCatHeartburn
be before
brought the
organizationat Nau.., get lree ..mpl of U DC A
Get Our Low Prices Before its Sunday night meeting. Mrs.Sewell and .. & CO.ING.
ir Buying a /> Interesting booklet .tCARPENTER'S
j; served a frozen salad and,! .
limeade after the business session.
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I G.I, spent.MiddlrUin.Sunday, here of Wiiverlv.\viili 1)r.and ) .. 1,. antic of All1f. 'F Lout- willIn1 :, LlltliMihH, !imnik-, Kennedy--'i'spending RESOLUTION:; I 1iII',.;<.. \I. I U.\YElt SEKMCKS
I ('Iad ho N improving thetinimcr In Atl.m'rt. ,
) !Mis W. E. i \\heicaH, I .
MlddlotonE. oui" Heavenly Father 'I lie Rev 'l'ank Robinson '
/ after umlrt/going a tonMl'rtomy ,, (Ja: ., with her parents, Mr. and pastor
Bits of -------- at Riverside I II.IM seen fit to lelit'V" the th'i'd, of the Alt'Hindis! Chinch, announces
Hospital in Mrs. A. J. Kennedy" Summlc attended -
Panama Davis left Saturday for Jacksonville, Tuesday morning. I school here last year and "spirit, of our beloved friend and the following: subjects! and 1
City to attend the state adorn for the interesting, constructive -
I, while here made her home fellow club member
rural mall ---- -- with i Mrs. Josef -
carriers convention and ever mid-
IDeal NesQ I i:!: AIl's.V, S. Gibson and son 1311l Mrs. Miriam Klckliter. I phine Mack and taken her to week Prayer Meeting services i '

Miss Blanche Cunningham, of, l I. returned to their home In St. --- join many laved ones on the which are held each Wednesday

I Sanford, Is the guest of Mrs. E.j i Petersburg Wednesday after Miss Maxine Noegel and Roswell other Bide be it resolved that the evening from 8 to 8.30: o'clock In
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND M. Thomas and J. F. Klckliter. I spending a week here with her Noegel are enjoying a week's the church auditorium.
I club extend Its heartfelt
I i I parents, Mr. and Mrs T. N. Ken- vacation in Cedar Keys Before sympathy -
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN July 20th-"The Relation of Law
PROGRESS Mr. and I I drick. home Milts to the family and be It re-
Mrs. I returning
W Noegel will
I A. Hendry, of I I and Religion," Judge E. K Ferryman -
Lake Worth, were recent guests' spend a week in Gainesville with solved that a copy of these resolutions ,
lof Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsome. Mr. and Mrs. John trglow and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. be sent the family and also
----- I Mr. and Mrs C. F. Ward and and Mrs. Edmond Davis ] spread upon the books of the July 27th-"Stewardship," The

B Mundy la visiting Mr and Mrs. Ellis Thornton are Mrs Morgan Darby has returnedto their guests Mrs. W E. BuIIard Community Club. Board of Stewards, W. P. Smith
yes vv her home here and children, spent Wednesday In I I Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Chairman.
U.uren8S.C. I occupying the McGee residence on after a week's
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis anddaughter. /
lends .n Jacksonville Chairman. August 3rd-"The Relation of a
St visit in Ft. Myers with her with relatives and
par Miss Jean Davis and I "
ents. friends. Mrs. L. O. Sheffield, Newspaper to Religion E. L
Nasworthy was a business I I Mrs.! Davis' sister Miss Mamie Mrs. J, A. Bouvier. Matthews.

jjitor in lackaonvllle/ Monday. Mr and :Mrs J. B. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Echerd and I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson, Anderson of Archer, returned last
week I from two weeks' vacation I
baby, of Ralford, have
recently spent Sunday In Jacksonville
Thomas, of Penney son, of Jacksonville were recent They In Elma moved here. |I \Vaynt C., and the I '
loss was a visitor here Thurs- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A were accompanied home by their Shenandonh Valley In Virginia. Here's Something To Get
Fa ants Futch. con, Lyle, who has spent the past
day Miss Elaine Edward spent the' two months In Rome Ga., with ------ Excited About! t;

Lnngford, of Ral- week-end In Jacksonville with Miss Dr and Mrs. D. 0 Middleton, relatives. I Mr and Mrs. T. T. Long 11a's.I I I

Miss I umlse Wednesday afternoon Ruth Candy.Robert of Ludawlcci, Ga., were recent ---- D. E. Carpenter und their guest, I ALL THIS MONTH-JUST TO I !

for jp m guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- !I Mitts Martha Brownlee who Is a Mrs. D. C. Forehand, of Albany PEP THINKS UPVi --
lien Hutchinson, of Plant dlcton. I I student at the summer school at Ga., spent Sunday In Baconton I

M ..t i H Blasingame spent sev- City was the week-end guest of the University, of Florida In Ga., as guests of their mother, > \ : OFFER7446ct

9en an thlll week In Jackson- Billy Dowling. I bur and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman I Gainesville, spent the week-end Mrs. W. T. Jackson. They were accompanied -

of Pine Castle, were here the first here with her parents, Mr. and home by Mrs. Jackson '

Mr. and Mrs Mack Bishop, of of the week looking after property | Mrs j. M. Brownlee. : who will visit them for several #o'id' 'I'

Jacksonville, were visiting friends interests. ----- -- --- days.

IMIIIMlBDf here Wednesday. i MI' and Mrs. Jack Williams, of -_.------ ; ,, '

Mrs. B. F. Flowers Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- j ,
of OcaIn, Is I Mrs\ Virginia Torruella has re-
I iQRE i George Flynn Jr., left Wednes- the guest of her ence Nussbaunt and Guy Botts. of I
daughter, Mrs. P'I i| turned to New York where she Is ,slut I I
I day for a stay at Camp Echoko- ''E. Cunova, Jr., and Mrs. P. E.Canova II i iI Jacksonville were week-end guests making her home with her ,Il q ,j' lull VIII I ;Iq

tee near Jacksonville I I Si' I of Mr. and Mrs\ B. Jacobs at their ters Misses Clcmlntine nnd dnUgh-j'; / I U+f fI'
summer home on Klngoley Lake. illl l IItIIIII
f fFOR | ia Toiruelln. Before Mrs.
leaving 'l'ul' ,
SURE Mrs C C. Hoppe and :Mrs. J. W Elbert Edwards, of the Ft'rnan-I Mrs. Torruella' expressed her appreciation ? 'llllixl '

Klncald left Saturday for a business dlna CCC Camp, Is W H. Nollmun and Betty for the wonderful cooperationand Freshen wardrobe.
Jane and Catharine :Nollman: stop- up your There's:!
trip to New York days here with his mother, Mrs patronage she received In her
May Edwards. pod here Sunday night on the business. plenty of hot weather ahead

SALE Porto Rico sweet po- Mamie of way from their home In Sebring
Mills Anderson guest |
to Highlands, N. C LOOK THEM: OVER!
$1 thousand. F.IF where
tat vines per Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis left Miss Peggy Watson and Miss thelsummer I
stump:; Wednesday for Miami. Eveline Odom, of Red Springs, N. will spend the remainder of Mrs. Roy Smith who has spent Reg. Price DRESSES Special Price
the weeks here with her
IF SALE Bungalow six rooms, C., were recent guests of Mr. and I brother-in-law post two and sister, Mr. ants I *: 4.98 $ 3.9g 4
Mrs. J. C Booker of Raiford, Mrs T. N. Kendrick. $ 7.98 $ r98
bath hot and cold water out- l Mrs. Olin W. White returned Mrs. K. G. Duncan, left Saturday COOL i
tou'' run-place, child's playhouse and Mrs. \V. Wlmberly, spent home Wednesday after spending for Stockton, Ala., to visit rela- $ 5.95 $ 4.25.
Tuesday In Cedar Keys. II Merrll Futch and Tony Rusoff '
foul ""- "'heap for cash Leon A. three weeks in Texarknna Texas. tives before returning to her homeIn $14.98 $10.00
StKitarki-. Florida 7-8-2tp of Gainesville were the week-end Mrs. White was called there on Tennellc, Ala. Mis. Smith was $ 3.98 SMART! I $ 2.98:
:Mrs N. T. Green and daughter. guests of Mr. Futch a parents, Mr
account of the serious Illness of accompanied as far as! Luke City
IFOR ALF I Delco Lighting plant Oleata, spent Wednesday in Highland -] and Mrs. C. A. Futch. SPOUT TOGS 1/3/ OFF
her Mrs. Duncan.
mother Mrs. J. B. White, who by
.t.j I I I. first class condition as guests of Mrs. Green'smother --- ---
< ._ "
died last --- ---- --- These:, und Many Other/ Ilar ains:
(ft }"in half prlce.--Blscayne Mrs H. C. WimberlY. llr and Mrs C. F. Ward have aa week.- _. ..---- ibirs I I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were j I
I F' -in t ion. 2 mile1 N of Oleata remained for a longer visit their guests his daughterI..s.:\ W. j,
T. II. In Jacksonville afternooni
I Sheppard of Winter Sunday
with E Bulla rd and children, Bill and I
3l i:" H 13 2tp-7-15 her grandmother
i Ann, of Thomasvllle, Ga. I Garden, who bus been visiting Mr. ,i i visiting at the home of their son- CLAR JEAN SHOPPEModern
r I and Mi I'll. E. C. Priest for the past in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. j' '
I three weeks left Thursday, accompanied C. C. Mendura Mr. and Mrs. Griffin t : Flower Arrangements For
Miss Mignon Sisson, of Raleigh I
NOTICE I by Mrs. Priest, and were accompanied",, homo by ,IMrs' Any OccasionPIIONI.
N. C., Is the guest of her mothel'fa's. ,
they will visit relatives In Lake L. E' Jordan and, son, Edward : !)7) OK :31 t ANYTIME: .
!\ R. A. Weeks, and Mr. Weeks I
TO THE VOTERS OF STARKE at their home In Crocker. City and. Ft. White who have spent the pant +
week in Jacksonville.
I will) be a candidate at the proper time for the ------ Major and Mrs G. C. Irwin and e
Elmo Strulh the weekendIn
'oT'ic of Chief of Police. There are rumors being cir- spent son and daughter: Gordon and RESOLUTION

ailated that if I am elected certain parties would be on home DeLand.by !Mrs.Hu Struth was accompanied, who been Miss Jean Irwin, of San Antonio. Whe.roaM. God in His Infinite TASTY OLEO 2 Lbs. 25c i

1 night: police force. The people of Starke know that visiting her parents there. Texas arrived Sunday for an extended I wisdom has taken from in our ,

1 't 1 of Police has nothing to do with who the City ----- visit, with Mrs. Irwin's beloved ant highly; esteemed
mother, Mra. C. I. Mantissa and friend and co-worker Mrs. Louise' ,t y
< the Force that is left entirely |
MI. ii elects on Night as Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutching
Miss Mina( Mantissa. Clark Kelsey to dwell in I Heavenly
"n>, the Council. and daughter Montie, of Gainesville ----.-- -.._---- I spheres and, whereas. I TIP TOP GROCERYa
were guests Monday of Mr.
MAN'S CANDIDATE" and Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned to She was always bright and
I am not a "ONE am and Mrs. T. )\[. Hutching.&:; ;, s
running ,solely on my past record as a law enforcement : her home here Sunday after enjoy- smiling! '
]] to all and special ing a two weeks' vl.sit In Apopku Always ready to assist;
)ifticer. my policy will be fairness Mrs. A. Williamson, of Bra- I ay
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson We hall miss her cheerypresence ,:
lJI'I\"JJpg' to none. denton, is the guest", of Mr. and ,
Mrs. Demurest was accompaniedto FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
:Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Mrs. Williamson I
Respectfully, Starke by Mrs Robinson, Mrs. Now that she's) gone from
is an aunt of Mrs. Bishop's.Friends I
Lillie Lewis, Lester, Robinson, and our midst.
J. B. APP ---- Granville Lewis who spent the day Therefore be It resolved that
of Miss Gladys Johnson here our heartfelt sympathy be extended S. C. Cobbler Potatoes 10 Lbs. 20c

will be glad to learn that she is --. --.- to her hunband and family, and ,

recovering from her recent Illness Mr and ]Mr P. S. McMillan returned be It also resolved, that a copy of'I'
and expects soon to be out again. Golden Rice Bananas 5 Lbs. 15c 1
| Monday to their home In these resolutions be sent the family t
NAT SEZ: I Jacksonville, after a visit herewith | and also spread upon the books ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. J.Green t
I I the Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Hemingway Hof the Community Club. ': ,

I think It'.* u Bond Idea, to have hint Wednesday and daughter afternoon, Judy, spent with Th y wire called! here on I Mm. L. F. Chapman,' ,, AVOCADO PEARS each 5c .
ti account of tho illiiesH and death Chad'man ,
it !Sale! at the t'1I(1 of the SCUHOII ''M,-. and Mrs. R. T. Onteen at ,
of l'>I1'fI. Me.Millla's: mother Mis. :'1 I'M. L. O Sheffield,
don't ou? Keing In the dry goodyhushu'ss : Urooker
n > I
Laura Mrs. J. A. Houvler
bu.lI l- -.------
anti nut the grocery I
b- I.ehY. have u lot of htulf Hint 1 Mrs. T. H. Sheppard has returned -I .JiI&-.D-----; _. ,--a., Lettuce ea. 1 lOci Celery, ea. 121jc( t'i
to her home in Oconee sifter -
CUII.t rut no why not cut loose? I'd I
a visit here with her brotherinlaw DRINK

rather/ tike a loss than More It and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. I .
11"11). Our July li-umnee Snli- C. Priest.. I I CLEARBROOK{ CHEESE, Lb. 17c
--- -- -- -
.lart*. Saliirtl.ij. folUs. we'll experton. :
Friends of W. E. Bryant will regret CO. ROLL BUTTE' Lb. 25c M

to to learn Rlvetslde that he Hospital will be confined In- PeDsi..Cola 'I 1 '

LADIES S\I.K Jacksonville observation. for several days for, TIP TOP COFFEE Lb. 20c

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.V due quality slip, Mrs A. S. Crews, who has spent l'l\S'I': t'HII'\U':; 1.Jsn1"1110"i ; t
the several months at the AND BETTER
IUD our reg.grade$1 and 88 C 'Till sell known Andrew Jackson Hotel, in Jackson-I i LARD MILK(
----- _
make of shirt on ville is spending two months here R

sale also (Unite $1.65 at her home. i iI rnVE14:- Lb. lOc 4 tall 23c f9 it'

e\cepto l) ------
-- I Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Hoover were
DRESSES HANKS. in Jacksonville Sunday visiting On This Lov.1y 8-PC. I
(1I1NI' out of dimmer dresses- Shorts Shirts their friend Mrs. II. C. Richard, !I BEDROOMSUITE : HOUSE COFFEE, Lb. 25c #;
three groups of Paintka, who Is ill in Saint Vincent |I SAB

A mnde gar- 's Hospital. \! : HUAUAJVTKKI' S. K.FLOUR. +1

..yell "- rogu-
$1.49 -- $1.99 S3c ---- I Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Canova, Jr. .. Sp'8PC. SUGAR a
I of Orlando announce the birth of a'

$2 99 TOM: SAU'VEB II daughter, Emma Jane, on Monday, GROU 12 Lbs. 33c 5 Lbs. 23c 'L'
July 11, at the home of Mrs. P. E. II I

Shirts For Boys Canova, Sr., here. I 24 Lbs. 63c ,
8 hf}!) / -------
The best lit none real Members of the W C. T. U. anI 20 Lbs. 55c Macaroni, 3 for lOc ; ,
DRUID SHEETS too goad! for a
I ticipate a special meting of interest '
)>i>y-:>uy a supply 77c 'lt '
This Is a fine sheetregularly I Friday afternon, when they r
selling" 97 : lit this price ---- -- I I gather with Mr. R. L. Kemp, leader t TOMATOES No. 2 can 6c
Sl.fl..on 'lle_ of the L. T. L. ,
____ ODDS & ENDS __ __ -_______ ___________ i

LADIES Men's Trousers II Charles Mrs. Rosa Clogher Duncan of Lake and Butler Mrs '' Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. I5c

These 2Pc.??.., sold SUITS panty In this that group sold at$1.J. I were Mrs. K.guests G. Duncan Wednesday, who of will Mr.visit and : j ': I

tar 'i sale : l10cOxydol,2GiantP&GaI115cl4Lb.McCormicksTea22c
1.98 and $3.49 $1.49 to $ 011 I his grandmother several dIlYM.I r''I: I

now --________ I ---.-- VF I
-- CLEAN' SWEEP I Mrs. Carl Chambliss of Jack- ./ 4.. T t t1I ;' R t

FAST CpLOR Men's Sport Shoes I sonvllle la the guest of her uncle I <$JI !&\ P:

BROADCLOTH shoe In the I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col-
ley and her sisters Misses Katie I

r'rl"l'f All colors il! broadcloth_ mer- 12c I marked house that$t going Is $2,98 and Virginia Fugate.- ---.. I I__V 4 ... Triple Roomy Sturdy!Minor BcncbComfortable Chat Porter Vanity of Bed lr s rVanity ..,;Cl\I I I I Sea Leader SALMON, tall can l lOc ,

at ,
"ICUlur I price 13c -------------- Misses! Barbara and Mary ClyI Coil Spring

att returned Sunday to their homeIn I flood Cotton Mattress '
,. OIL SARDINES 4--Sc 15c
BATES Pompano after a two weeks' 1 Fealhor Pillow cans
I Unite riniihcd In Rich Walnot ,
BEDSPREADSwonderful HATS visit here aa guests of Misses Mar! 'l. I

.t I Ion and Helen Dowling. Decor.led.TS1t11S |1JO WEEKLY:
sheet Clean up of our ----- Pepsi Cola"or Coca Cola's 6 for 25c
Which .hori $2 Eswlutnlrhogti I ReanluGoonpuceiJ.lb ,
only regular
a Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mr. and ?6l. Special 8 Pes. $59.95
: ago sold, for waterproof straw $1.39It : Mrs H. L. Brownlee and daugh- ,
bate. _---- ,!
----- ters, MIMe Mary and Madge Par-T-PakKoa! 3 Qts. 25c

Brownlee, returned Saturday froma ,
with the Rev. and Mrs. M. j FURNITURECOMPANY j
Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S C StUb, in Wa hingtOD, D. C. HART Pineapple Sliced 2 No. 2 25c
While away they visited the Getj j ,
tysburg battle field and numerous, Starke Fla. I 4I

other points of Interest. I I ,,4b'

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.'GE .", ,
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!'Federal Debt IP i from his bed the night of May 28. l'.TlE't b, -

A few days later his father paid A business 11/, ,,, '
. FARMERS SECTIONNOTES Now Averages LIVE STATE NEWS 1 ] $10,000 ransom for his sate return. time ntu post "llj"I I ue

$285.70 Each When the lad was not brought I I attract the ""enlj/"j/ al
; I buck Florida's greatest manhunt the girls '"I'
behind (1
i nit t ,
started for the child or his "The
was evening! i ',li
I \\ treasury _._ ( '
.- body and the abductor. one of the girls' > !Ii,, eli i
reported that the public debt rose i ""
Bright Leaf Tobacco In the past year to an average of NEW V. S. MARSHAL WON'T COLLECT DEBTS McCall a farm laborer who previously "was a redlngot ,!,.,?.? '11'1'1'' >

$283.70 for man woman and JACKSONVILLE.--a nalO I' TALLAHASSEE. The state had rented" a room at the ous lama brocade \\IIIi, ',', "w-
Hints To Housewives every "'
Markets To Begin child In the nation. Claude Pepper has anounced the cabinet has decided it will not be- I Cash home aided In the search. wide pagoda sleeve U

Sales On July 28 apolntment of Sheriff Chester S. come a debt-collecting agency for At this point th. I"n, .. ,
This was $4.07 more than the Sheriff D. C. Coleman, of Miami ? th
from Home Demonstration customer broke ling
Weekly Dlshong of Hardee County to be Tallahassee merchants. A mer- in AMI

Specialist, TallohoMieeFLORIDA I amount owed per person a year United States marshall! for the chants committee reported some arrested him and Federal Bureauof "I wonder If you ui, ,|
Tobacco markets in Florida and IJJ""d
I ago. I Southern District of Florida, sucj state employes do not pay their Investigation agents finally me with R neat PUI'P''" ""'''?
Georgia will begin sale of the 1111''
ORA PESFlorlda's 1938 crop of flue-cured or bright Total 37 Billions j I ceedlng Guy C. Reeve, of Miami. bills and it asked for help. Governor made him admit he kidnaped the a dinky perforated horn 1', ," .wllb
Final figures on the govern- Cone General Gibbs ensemble deliberately IQut
leaf tobacco on Thursday, July 28, ment's fiscal which ended + child l. wrote the ransom( notes, collected the II"/lled/ OIl
supply of cra.pe&thewild year and others said they would not reverse side with

varieties, cultivated bunch it has been announced. Thursday night showed the debt SNAKE BITE FATAL have the cabinet as such take any the money and then tried to Somelhrnf at about nil',., '."'."m"8'

grapes and Muscadines furnish Local tobacco farmers are about totaled 3716474031545. This BRADENTON.-Floyd Love 22, action except a recommendationthat blame the crime on M. A. Cash Wall St. Journal -
halt finished with the leaf. of Ruskin, died here from the effects -
delicious and easily prepared curing was $740,126,583 more than the employes pay their bills. the victim's uncle. +

juices jellies and jams for the As each barn of tobacco is cured, total a year ago. Interest pay- of a rattlesnake bite hospital .. -- .

home pantry. It Is stored until the labor force ments on the obligation during the attaches said he had suffered some CAN SEIZE GAMES Man Is so filled wtn! ,,,,,?.
The construction of the
released twelve hours earlier. The hospital fourth and cares that he ,
on the farm Is from cur- cannot ,
year required $926.280,113-nearly ??
_ A popular and refreshing drink, TALLAHASSEE.-Sheriffs and balloon the
statement said the snake's man-carrying Is creditedto pleasant

is fangs things
ing activities and then sorted always
of the
a seventh all government's
Is served to the ill and other enforcement officers around
grape juice struck vein the now the three Gerll brothers. him.
out In different grades, tied up in a near youth'sright
convalescent and may be used In expanses.The have Supreme Court authority to,
sheets and Is ready to be hauledto ankle and that all eforta to
the preparation of many beverage market. treasury listed as the pubic arest the poison were futile. He seize marble games and pin games' .. --. -_. _
and desserts such as grape nectar debt only Its own direct obliga- lost consciousness before reachingthe if they arrest the operators. Governor I
sherbets Ice creams and gelatine For a number of years Live Oak tions. In addition. It said the hospital and rallied. Cone recently ordered a I

mixtures. has been the only sales center for government had contingent liabili- never campaign against the devices, '

Canned spiced: grapes are very bright leaf tobacco In Florida. The ties of $4,925,000,000. or $182,000- + which he called "a subterfuge" for I HAVE YOU ENTERED ?

desirable inexpensive products. Live Oak market has consistentlygrown I 000 more than a year ago. These FUNDS FOR ELECTRIC; PLANT the outlawed. slot machines. Operators -I

Essentials In canning are removing and this year In addition to liabilities officials explained, were MARIANNA.-The Rural Electrification went to court for injunctions I

seed softening the skins and thor- greatly increased warehouse floor in the form of guarantees as to Administration has allotted against threatened seizure n ENTER NOW Each u ,1I 1\, ", "

ough sterilization of fruit and containers space will have two sets of buyers principal and 1 Interest on the out- $30,000 to the West Florida and appealed here when the Cir- I f1 September 1, ROYAL CHoW:. ,

it in stated. standing obligations; of the reconstruction Co-operative Association of Marl- cuit Courts rejected their pleas. / I i in giving absolutely fret $2onn(( .\\

Juice The Increase in importance in corporation, the home anna to construct a generating The Supreme Court said the ma- first prize of 1,000 ; 10 second. I ,I'' ,

In making Grape Juice the most this crop in North Florida is further I owners loan corporation and plant for farmer members to produce chines are within the definitions of $50 each ; and 50 third 1 pi' i '

important thing grape is to retain In the shown by the opening of anew I, other federal corporations. their own electricity. The of the anti-slot machine laws. I $10 each Send in as many )n, i _,

finished product the pleasing qualities market at Lake City this Eighth Deficit REA negotiated unsuccessfully However the law provides for seiz- you wish:; for each week's eonv! T",,

( of the fresh juice. The lower year. Two warehouses will be The increase In the public debt I with the Gulf Power Company, a UI' of such machines upon arrest enter the contest simply com pi...;, MH-
available there when the market- during the resulted from commonwealth and Southern Cor- I
year gov- of the
the temperature successfully em- operator. They can be destroyed ,, sentence with 25 words or Ics- !
: "I
ing season begins It Is stated. ernment borrowing to meet a deficit poration subsidiary for a satisfactory \
order of the court if
ployed in pasteurization, the less upon like ROYAL CROWN Cola \ijt.l\ (IJe-
-the eighth in a but the rate on for the project.
row energy ,
of the operator Is convicted. I "
danger destroying or modifyingthe cause. Mail your statement' with
smallest since the depression be- ...
delicate natural flavor. Growing of tulip bulb has been I one metal crown from Ri A
| gan. In millions of dollars ((000- McCALL'SDEATHIS DL4- Al
fruit |I a leading Industry In Holland since STORE STOCKS SOLD
Use fully ripe sound clean 000 omitted), here are the figureson CROWN Cola bottle, or a facsimile
Crush White the Seventeenth century. MIAMI.-The stocks of a clothing
grapes to ROYAL CROWN
the government's finances for DELAYED Cola. C'olumlm-.
may be completely pressed without store and two groceries seized I '1 \ Georgia For details.
the last two years and unofficial more ash:
by the State for I v.mr
but the color of unpaid gross receipts -
used heating for red! grape Juice Is held grapes in Sunshine and purity of air are estimates for the year just started: taxes totaling $794.75 were The electrocution of FYanWiji / softdrink dealer for a contest n>Mt, .

the skins and must be extracted responsible for many of the bril- June ReSpend- Defl- sold at auction on the courthouse Pierce McCall for the kidnapingof J I i Entries are not acknowledged. I'D)
liant colors of flowers. 30 ceipta Ing cit debt insure absolutely impartial .,
by beat. steps laht week but brought only five-year-old James Bailey 0 |I'i i I.. '

1937 5,294 8.105 2.811 36,425 $422. The sheriff's office said further Cash Jr., scheduled for the weekof 'A. : ROYAL CROWN has emplcv, .1 ,?,
I Heat the crushed slowly

stirring grapes in I Ing on their sides. Place in a cool 1938 6,242 7,766 1,525 37,165 levies would be made on prop- July 25, has been delayed at outside company to select t tin- ,.,. m-

-----4 ed, vessel for frequently about 10 minutes a cover-at dark, dry place. 1939 Deducting 5,500 the 8,500"bookkeeping 3,000 39,000 en- erty of the delinquents, if any least until fall. ;i- ners (Reuben H. Jonm'l1f''I( ( \, >

about ISO; degrees F., using. thermometer Grape f'lly tries" for debt retirement from could be found to satisfy the tax In Miami TuesJay Circuit JudgeH. All winners are notified b>' II .. .

for testing temperature.Drain Select sound, ripe grapes. Avoid claims. The sale was conducted F. Atkinson granted McCall's tht- eleven top winners in cue "
expenditures to obtain what President i:a LA
.met allow juice to stand and fruit picked within 21 hours after ( Roosevelt calls a "layman's"' from written descriptions of the lawyer a writ of error permitting I Ian contest are announced on tin.. \\i{> \\i I

settle until cold. Strain u rain if possible. Over-ripe stock, the merchandise remainingIn appeal to the State Supreme CWWREVUE .
through figure. the net deficit In tho year j broad.--. .., :
_ flannel bag without disturbing sedIment fruits give a syrupy jelly and un just ended was $1,459,248,100, a warehouse. The attachmentswere I Court. The writ Is relUl\nalill'1\ ( Friday night over the Nl< '.

Pour hot Into clean sculd-I der-ripe fruits give a jelly of inferior compared with $2,707,347,110 in made several weeks ago under October 31, and"l the execution ,

ed ,.,own finished bottles to with- I flavor Stem grapes and the previous annum. writs obtained by agents of State meanwhile Is automatically stayed I I

in 2'!; Inches of cork Cap and 1'I crush* sufficient amount to pro- Comptroller J. M. Leo.ACCIDENTALLY I ROYAL CROWN COt *>

_ place bottles In a hoilzontal posi- vide juice in bottom of cooking ----+ .--- "The principal contention that

_ tion in .1 vvusn boiler or large ket- vessel. The rest of the grapes SHOT we will make--there might bt> others -
tle that hns a false bottom. Hold can be crushed more easily after hIGhER NAVAL STOKESritourcTioN' TAMPA. "
An accidental gun the lawyer said, "will be
_ pints below simmering (( about 170 they are hot, using a potato masher. : LAST YEARIS I shot was blamed today for the that owing to the peculiar wordIng .-, -

degrees K.i i for 10 minutes. Have Bring slowly to a simmer In KEl'ORrED BY USD.V death of Sidney C. Brown, 39, former I of the kidnap statute, the ___. _
at I least 2 Inches of covered kettle and simmer gently -
over Tampa collector of customs. defendant, pursuant to a plea of
bottle Remove from from 10 to 12 minutes or until Naval stores producers made I
pasteurizerand Traffic
A. M. Cowart said guilty should have the benefit
the mass stirs easily. Remove from 65,811: barrels of turpentine and
allow bottles to cool while ,
Iy- Brown of a jury
apparently was fatally passing the
fire Let stand 10 minutes, then 230,004 barrels of rosin more during upon point otI
I wounded as he reached for the whether he Is entitled to a '
strain. Can to use later or cool the 1037-38 season/ than, they
shelf In recommendation "
gun on a the garage of of mercy.
and use as soon as crystals have made the previous season, accord- _
lonned. Jelly Is made as follows: I\\lng, to the U. S. Department ofAgriculture's his home here. The officer said The attorney referred to a pro ,
Brown had placed the rifle in the vision of the state's ,
A measured amount of annual report on
& juice is production -
., I I garage when he, Mrs. Brown and law''
poured into a suitable kettle and consumption and stocks that death shall! be the pen-
their three sons returned from a alty for violation 4 1
(rapidly brought to boll. of naval stores. The unless it jury ,
a Sugar, carry-over
Don't Neglect: Them I holiday outing. Later Cowart said
by majority vote -
I Xatur deIrn< th. kidney' to do S per quart he was told; Brown decided to return mend life ,1 _
fnarvolnua job." Their( talk to keep lha' 1 Juice Is added or It grapes are ginning of the new season on April imprisonment.Judge' _'
, flowing blood stream fra r an aac aa' of 1 1, 1938, than It was for the the gun to a friend from Atkinson conducted :McCall's trial \
quite acid a pound of corresponding -
toxlo ImpurltlM. The act of living-lift sugar per whom It bad been borrowed. A ..
torV-t I. constantly producing w.... | quart may be used. Stir until period last year, whereas a jury and the (death 1 ,
matter tha kldneva': tnuat romova from / is dissolved and boil rosin carryover showed a substantial sentence was considered mandatory .
(no blood If good health ,la to andura. I augur rapldi S S S'S
When tho fcldneya fall to function a* i : until jelly test Is given. When Increase. PLENTY OF VARIETY j I -.
4 :
Nature Intended, there I la retention oi The State 5
! waeto that may ruaa body-vrido dla' i 1 U flukes or forma sheet on the There was increased production TALLAHASSEE. Among the Pardon Board, meetIng 1 4 'S'to-, \ 4IS
Sr.... On*may Buffer nagging tmekach. In Tallahassee last week turn- -'ewsiIIil, S
things knew Mill
side of the In all you never now
peralatant. h" ..h.,atta. .of dlaainava. spoon boiling com classes the greatest percentage ed down J. ,
felting up nlvhu. iwalllng, pufflneei I pleted. If using a thermometer.cook increase being in the sulphate unless you happen to be one of McCall's plea for commutation 4a .5 ; 54i' / .
under lh. ayaa: -feei tired, ad II of his death sentence -F
nanroua Nathan to life
worn out.Frequent. to 223 degrees F. or 109 degrees wood naval stores products Mayo's inspectors. Is that "
nnty. or burning' peaeagea) C. recovered from a production of there are 8,454 different brandsof Imprisonment. Governor Cone'' giry.. coca. 7'V
(nay he furth.r evident ot kidney: o* I signed the death warrant Satur- I
bladder dUturbanc. Stir at once through; a single sulphate wood pulp. Producers of I fertilizer being offered the farmers i / II

..:a The diuretic rerngnlied medlcln and: to"proper help the twatmwt kidney:: liiyrr i ut' ihccsrl'Mh and quickly I gum naval stores Increased their and growers of this state. I, day.The condemned I I "- .4-i .?tAotsa3 o*

_ get lie.rid of xeeee. polaonoue body waetat 1St. i to ole.in! hot glasses. Aft- production from 482,787 barrels of Manufacturers claim all are logiCal youth's mothei
Doax'i ftlli. They have lied end wife were at the
than forty y.....of publto approval Ills "i'i it has. stood a few minutes remove turpentine and 1.565,310; barrels! of and necessary and designed to I{ but present hem ;
ndoraed the ... meet needs of of different Inn did not address the Pardon ;
_ country over. I. the scum. When the jelly rosin In 1936-37 to 518,434: barrelsof variety : 'I'S
Voan't. Sold ,_ ISoanl
at all drug .to t. cover with boiling hot paraf- turpentine and 1,709,157 barrels plants, trees, shrubs and flowers | Mr. and Mrs. James Bulh-v |

fin apply covers and store In'|' of rosin. in 1937-38. The total production or conditions of soils and weather. Cash Sr., whose only child died in j i S

i.001. dry thick place. I i i3JU I I of nil classes of naval One company alone reports 507 the hands of young :McCall with : I-
I different brands and ol whom he frequently had playeil |
D):hn I stores for the 1937-38 season was special rio
I 700,311 barrels of turpentine and! mixtures. No wonder growers who al:1o.were. present but did not' S

2S61,969 barrels of rosin comparedwith I buy fertilizer become nervous 'I.speak. The two groups sat a f'w j .1110'

. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 634,520 barrels of turpentine j wrecks. Personally, we II tike feet apart. sobbing quietly through- II j Am.lcon0 B01'& CarIS..... Y".
manure. out tho heating. B.\\loW S 0101 G sr.. aaron' S
and 2.331,962 barrels of I 1I.ra\4 .
rosin in
;M> \Iall"rllu, Elerlentl: | Milken It I'omfble' for :.Me to Render Just before the board met. Me-1 a .ltaft 1ouna. I 510d. 5
I q
1936-37. E..dq.
KITH: IK.NT:: 1'KOMI'T mill C'Ol'KTKOl'S; ; SERVICElIOIER.TE Turpentine barrels hold ---- +--- 1 dill's 57-year-old widowed mother .:..-.. DtxtC P ou .;...ctI..ralt.0 ." 22 Yr. g1ountrr _
50 Arl. '
1'RICES gallons and rosin weights approximately PIG CROP GAINS j VT
failed in a tearful a : Maqasl" 7 ,
500 effort to have : -h ....=. 1 1"a 0 o mal
:MODERN( ; CHAPEL AT YOUR barrel. gross pounds per ORLANDO.-Florida's pig cropis I Mra.! Cash join her in pleading for a1Maqatln.. 18 0101 S 0 Ifo5. Siori.. I I

4 CO \'E="IEXCE WITH NO CHARGE on the increase the Federal Bureau the kidnaper's life. Mrs. McCall a oa "oa4 loW BoY,0' 0 ri. '. -C
Georgia continued to a i yris
DoWITT producemore of Agricultural Economics reported -I went to Mrs. Cash they shook a Pare" Maqcn1D.....kly- I .' 0 Zvr ri
C. JONES than half of the turpen- t.
gum Gove.iiment. farm experts hands palhU"IS.w Ia S Ml2qcf5j
and _
Miirke I'lorldu tine. The 1937-38 I whispered. Then they a 1l.t.' y,
percentage pro- said the o1 : II
number of 1'foth.
saved in 1'leto ,
pigs both I
cried and -t
nfl" uh. i McCall '1fl yeI
Mitht ph. I.IJ: duction was: Georgia, /57; Florida, Florida returned P"' 'I...aI. 1 I f4f
the six
during months a
------- to her place Ilon.a __
on the
-- ----- 26 other side ..tlo 0
I I Alabama. 10 Pouii .
; North ,
; and South 0'o
., from December 1. 1937, to June 1, of the room. o.oana tlar.... t: ti $ hI
Carolina 3: Mississippi 3 all..w ______ 1o
; and 1938 was estimated at 382,000 I y,
Person attending the crowded Ser... Book. IC .
Louisiana and Texas 1. .;;;;. _
or 103 of the
percent number session could not bear what the 1"'. tud.t.IS Q SoutJa.,. IL. i1

--. --A_ saved during the corresponding two mothers said to each other o IIoUda' A 2
.. .W
period last year. The number of but later Mrs. McCall said she ask o'Wo.... .

: TASTE.THRIL't.. ,I COTTON BAGGING: FOR pigs In each litter averaged 5.1 ed .Irs. Cash to join her in plead
t -- SEA ISLAND CItOP IS which was the same figure for last ing for clemency.

TKIPPLK-A EXPERIMENT year. The bureau estimated 75,000/ "She won't help AlA AA s : A f4OFFER
me, said Mrs.
_ _. .PURE. sows farrowed during the six I McCall: through her tears. "She HO' I OFFEa HO I

GAINESVILLE. Cotton bag months compared with 73,000 a told< me: 'Your son not only killed TUi Itcvapopar 1 Tr ALL flY' JILL! TOUR ONLY
ging for Florida Sea Island cotton' year ago. The number expected to my son but he has nta w.w.pp.a Il'tro ( FOa
I: WHOLESOME7] Is to be tried the farrow the I figuratively Maqcnta.. 13'$9.1O} }
by Agricultural during six months from killed my husband and me. No 4 from Group ) 3 fro.Maqa.ia.a..Group A $2.

Adjustment Administration in Its June 1 to December 1 this year penalty can pay for the crime or ___

program this year to develop new was placed at /51,000 head compared relieve us of our misery'." OFFER NO. I

uses for short staple. with 49.000 head during the Little "Skeegle" Cash was taken Thla lUinpapar. 1 Yr. Alt FOUl TUaN.w.paporlY omit *NO. \ 4 JILL SIX

Manila! hemp bagging has been I same period last year.REUNITED 2 Maqa.I.. A FOR ONLY Magailn.i A I 'R Ol<

used for most cotton In the oast. -- ---.-- ,! ,-.......... hoot Oxoup }$2.25 2 "" .Group A ) LYS

but the Marketing Division of the I AT LASTMIDDLESBURQ. I, 1 from Maqcnt Croup B 3 Maqazta.e B % $2.5
AAA is going to furnish cotton .-Two elderly BUSINESS Group _

bagging for the entire Sea Island sisters are enjoying a reunion hereafter I ..--".. : :: FIVG

crop In Florida this year to deter- I being separated for 67 years. DIRECTORYThe t 'I'Ili. .,, -,$rQR F--"- r.ffou..bold u.Siory Maqadue J lys ) FOB liar ONLY

mine if it Is satisfactory for this They are Mrs. Sallie Bard In. 75: of .. I Good .10,10. _-_ I Ti yl } 25

purpose and if this use affords an-I this little town In Clay County and fOrr'r'ri. Countrr Hom. J Yl $2
I ym J
other outlet for upland cotton. Mrs. Susie Hart 68, of St. PetersI .. .
I The bagging, according to J. j burg. Sixty-seven years ago Sallie

:-- I Lee Smith, district agent with the and Susie Tedder lost both parents McCoH't....'.Merroxin World -* I 1 FOil AU ONLY'FVBWOIII.

:;, State Agricultural Extension Service here. Friendly neighbors took drink Good Et rlForm .. __ _I"vi } 10

will be 07 Inches wide and the two orphan girls to care for that THIS JnWSPAPEli Tonraal ___ I 11"1r yi $2.

; will have 15/ warp threads and 10 them. The family that took Susie
4' Wl.n.v.T jon eat!, you 'want tot
filling threads to the square Inch. moved away and as the years passed -

THI! HANDY *infc And the Bugling flavor of' Florida Sea Island cotton gloners, the sisters lost all trace of each' everybodyknows

FAMILY PACKAGE lc"-coM Coca-Cola adds a tart who will begin ginning the 1938 other. Many times each wondered ------

v thrill to food. A sparkling drink 0'| I crop about September 1, have asked if the other were alive but it was

] for 30,150 yards of the cotton only recently that Susie now Mrs 9 atl.m.al
iri"Prr'b4 IIlIhualf"ora...
pui.vrholeom, I bagging. Hart and a widow, learned that her 5nOT. .
J retr..hJng. So 07 to buy and slater still lived here. A check of .I I enclose t.__ for which pl.... .ano! n>..

hff -' \ carry bom In th. handy package .,.r.. 'I old age pension record.. in the this maazln. I says olteokeel. togaUor with a ,.u

I of' I1z bottlM. State capitol at Tallahasse and a cot.4t-COLA CO. I aab'cription la your n.wap por.Q .

666 MALARIA letter to the postmaster! here finally .... -. Horn Offer D StoFT OII
I I ICI-COID COCA-CO IS IVIftY PI AC I Ilfl ,In T dura and relieveCOLDS brought the sisters together. '
I ARE Nam._
I ____
IT.MIONOS When Mrs. Hart here .
Sal.. week for the reunion she found her
l.hsld, T.ltl. rlr.t daylb. : '.tnet.r R.F.D__
Coca Cola Bottling Co. sister had six children, a number
.... l>r..p. Headache. 30 minutes) of CARPENTER'STHE
grandchildren and one
PHONE 1 8TARKE FLA. Trr "l1.b-My-'flm.-W.rtl'a Seat grandchild. great- Town sal St.t.. .... ...._.___ -
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14 h<>'mi 01 who would take a taxI. ''I than passingly Interested in him 1 I.. ,. n mat1Ind. III have to tell her hard thInks t u> fa"VIII then. -I

JONESOn Why !Marls dear, I thought you went without saying. If he was Hi. it It may be a blow must face them. After all, I am

t t BOB hold /K"nisaid Mis.! Kingsley !! due for another emotional hurt he I think I should tell herafter your granddaughter I lived with

Here v hen she saw her come In. '' must take It. There was one last all to
/ On your grandmother belongs I you all my life. With my heredity
I 'I I did but I came buck -found'T '' thing to face. Assuming that Marls I the old school-you know where I and my training can I be a cow-

And/ Hereafter d lust my cigarette case I happen : should come to love him. was It young men asked the guardians, ard ? Can I run away from life and

f'fkdLUCY' to b'' very fond of It, so( --." I I fair to her for them to marry? not the girl-" happiness because I am afraid.

argued that If any- fa/Sivy Afytr At turf &f "It's probably crushed to smithereens j After all, there was one marriage I "You leave It to me," said Marls. Tell me Cranny can I? Would

Ithae been HUFFAKErC in this mob, but what did behind him. Had he as well as "You may be able to get around you want me to?"

I "'xlst* there must be some- I it look like ?" I i Cynthia, failed to make It a success the Appellate Court but grandma
Bated The old
101" on- existed for all time on a story by MARGARET CULKIN BANNIwr.8TOKY ._ ? Is not so easy It Isn t, dear, that woman took the youngune's
n. "Never
InJ thlll 1 mind It doesn't matter I l hands and held them tight.
SO r.\Bi The final decision, as she Is old-fashlon..d-she's
the writer was a child, he preparing a case to be taken be- The shops are full of others Just anyone more "You may be diving, head on, '
'JIen Stephen' Holland, brilliant. fore the I: might have foretold, was that he modern in her ideas than most
God had no Appellate it"Mrs.
wonder how Court In Wash 1 I baby-head on. I had to spread
Id young lawyer' com'IncmlaKnlnit decided he would stay In Washing- peoplebut she thought you were
ington. Now
I have what do you ?" I by warnings on the record. Now
Lnitig Many a night his will say Kingsley gave her a quick "
that his wife "Wonderful! When I ton. He could do nothing else a bachelor and- her voice trailed "
? ahead and dive.
Token It the stan In the sky Cynthia in so selfish' and domneerlng "In April." look and saw she was looking at It was one of the happiest weeksof off. fo
up I Stephen (To Be Continued)
TaW myself "How could that life with her' Is "Wfhen the his life which followed. There When Stephen left Marls at her

1 to been here from all eter- impossible, liMivra. her She out." cherry blossoms are "But it does matter Marls, and were parties and picnics and lone home she went' to her room, put .

1 ftav. created God?" How- tries' to hold him through their I If you come with me this minute, drives and walks with Marls. Then on her pajamas and a dressing FEAHFri. CONGRESSMENOne !

I y'; Who as a child I would al- four-year-old daughter, Ellen. in"Here's hoping I glimpse them I know where"you will find-what one night, rather wearied of gaiety robe and went to her grandmother's of the greatest perils of
even passing That's I for.
1 to the conclusion that to whom he In devoted, but he for. all I can hope you came they spent the evening aloneat room. A light was burning, the country today Is the
come It will be She led her repre-
a strictly business straight toward Stephen
eree One who had Is adamant her home. 1 so she tapped on the door and went
be some
''Ifrom had to all eternity who Is theme trip not a sight-seeing one." and the Senator, who were Stephen finished a long distance In. sentative or senator who fears for

today and for- CHAPTER "But you will go see the Kings- I talking in a confidential manner. call and said he wanted to pay Quickly! bluntly, she told what his political life, and who will vote

yesterday universe like this. There THREE leys, wont you?" "Sorry to Interrupt she said to for It. Marls who had been mix- hud been the trouble for anything to retain the vote

,'er to create a was no scandal attachedto "If I risk losing the There: her husband, "but after all you 1 und good will of organized cliques
\ Is filled with mysL the divorce, but for case! ing him a drink handed him a "I don t know exactly But I
i I universe that came Into was days there are a few men I like so much as are the host and some one has I such as union labor, reliefers, federal -

but a universe no gathering in Maplewood the Senator and as for Aunt Emma just come In you must see. Comeon. officeholders, the negro vote,
would bear
God where
dsUce without It was not discussed. 1
than a unl- Everyone I --well, all my real aunts lumped Then as If an afterthought the liquor vote, big business, polit-
more mysterious was amazed, everyone was together can't her "Oh have you two been introduced ical bosses' and what not. Once
Who Inhabits all curious one by Marls went close to foe
God to
as the real
which ? ,
reason. Miss
,rle, title only." "' Kent. Mr. Holland. an officeholder develops a habit

created: Stephen and Cynthia Holland had Stephen arrived In Washingtonthe "I was hoping we'd meet each bed and leaned down ",lt of office-holding and a fear of hispolltlcl.1

C P everythingyouth, charm, money day before his case was to be other," said Stephen I aver btrgrandntotbtr. t- 4 prestige he forthwith

The eleventh chapter of Hebrews I position a beautiful child. There called. As soon as he reached his I I "That's what I'd hoped you'dsay s "I love Steve" and b* 'e k loses his Independence' of thought

hart never been gossip or the ren- Marls said loves me. and action and
,ure* a list sat Interesting names. hotel, he phoned Mrs. ..ClngsJey.I gaily. becomes a robot.
t is the 'iicmeh of the heroes of [ son for It, about either of them. "Come over right away," she "May I get you a drink -- tea iz This is one of the greatest weaknesses -

,,1th Thi'if all died In faith." I Io What could have happened to de- I commanded. "There's a mob here Ice cream anything?" ;mh't" : of our form of government.It .

mrnpK' state that man died I cide them to declare their marriage already and In an hour you won't "Thank you but I must go In a developer a government of

nan but' iittl. All the teeming a failure? No one was ever be able to get Into the house It I i I minute." t 9 .t cliques or an Invisible govern

Billions who> have lived In the past I to know the answer to that ques- will be a beastly bore of course I Itht.'se I "I m just leaving myself Can I I II ment. Tltusvllle Star-Advocate.
tion, for Cynthia and Stephenwere I give lift?" .
\\vt' .Hid The teeming millions -- huge affairs we have to' you a -- -
Lc nv now will soon pass on. equal in dignity and reserve 'I'' give are the refinement of tm.ture.1 "I'll tell you a secret, kind sir t r aw 1"IUST ICK t'KKAM: C'ONKS: / ;

be lit i?"os in Hebrews, eleventh Perhaps it was said at first. only they aren't I''flned-bu you I that's what I came buck for' t + a. Remember when ice cream

llspioi' ,,11.1, IN FAITH. That isle tills was one of those modern divorces being a guest can leave when you I I Mrs. Kingsley: called after them .-oiii-s first made their appear-

ling that made their death of which one heard so can stand no more. I, being the'I as they were' leaving the room. nnceVht>n a customer for a

gnificant They had not "re- much where ex-husband and ex-I hostess, must suffer on. But "Steve," she said. "I'll bIn\ the cone arrived the proprietor of the

een, them afar off were persuaded and told l everyone, without being few words, if I have to snub pride." baked. from a box. He stirred up

t them md embraced them, and asked "we are the best of friends." higher-up Washington to do It." "That's great Aunt Emma Niceto n pitcher of batter not unlike

But It was soon evident that the know I'll have .. waffle it Iron
jtfessthat' they were strangers He promised to be over as soon one friend there patter poured on an
Holland divorce did not In not unlike a waffle iron baked It
belong anyway.
eaith. he
.nd pilgilms. on They as could unpack his luggage/
ot ''ook ,on this earth as their that category. Stephen's mother and put on more formal clothes I "Why not double it ?" she asked it couple of minutes, rolled the

ome I II.. '> were passing; through | and Cynthia saw as much of each "You look wonderful dear," "Like to go with m", Marls' sheet of crisp wafer up Into a cone

,Mi 'anll' t..". a city beyond the other us they ever had, but Stephen Airs Kingsley said us she greeted "I've always wantu" to go to the filled It with Ice cream and sent

.ar!* \\ 11 I: the eyes' of the soul ,j and CYnthia never met except him. "Your mother, wrote me you :. Appellate! Court and never tied' Of plate to receive, the money, explaining think she was hard und l domineering his. customer rejoicing on his way.

The soul has ] by chance. Ellen remained with worked hard couise I'll go." I foi I''ew vendors of cones baked! them
ie\\ tat\ lhal city. too so I was prepared it was the Secret Oi -
her mother but her nurse took her I "111 pick you up then. And, oh up ahead In those days but waited
)yes I vas of the soul of the I I'Jan to see you come tottering In i:y Fund "Well, he chose net, didn't :

i, ''"?th are not blind. Faith I to see her father frequently and It i on a. cane.'on.t you dine with i yes 111 bring, the cigarette case "You see grandmother. won t she fooled him then It I IwoulllIct'm until it customer appeared Think

.; ugh the shadow of death j was lila privilege have her with us every night you're here ? I if It turns up.' II buy anything I'onger than sherry he haxn't much seiino. < f Midi\ procedure today. when u
him for the week-endx "Cigarette ? Oh I \ doyen or" twenty cones are sold In
I case you mean : Marls
said "you
and wind. the grave. Faith sees want to hear nil the dirt from mid she checks all the bills. : "Oianny

.irfei''. ..I told, walls of jasper Ellen's visits were the one pleas- j homo Can't talk now. Ian t thishorrible i tho brooch I lost." Hence, this special fund! of mine." :) know Steve Is clever and fine. Youlike the space of five minutes The

; ure and relaxation Mis. Klngsley smiled at them as I \ him, admire him. lIon't world. moves faster today! even In
<3C- i' :>'arl. crystal fountains Stephen had In and .ill ilone in the nameol "Cut what bout the telephonebill you
tin months after I they went out together, but suddenly ? fess' the tee cream cone business than
load I'M skies Faith sees Ma-I he left his home pleasure I you Now up.
her face became It did when nil cones were madeto
blind. I "Yes. But there ore lots men
rliiHii men are The man
| I "Oh ours Is a rival to the National
I measure and to order Tltusille -
I like and! admire I wouldn't wunl
ihi\ unable to nee beyond Debt und she wouldthink
CHAPTER FOUR always \' Stan-Advocate.
,ivurld, mi be most miserable. He you to marry.
It Kicking In _. ,
hospitality! orr.omothing' .
Stephen dined with the ---- -
[would be it' he stopped to think. "I was hoping wed meet Kings- ""Well thenMarls got no fur-
allow to
!" that night he hud to a guest pay !NO'TIC'E)
.. .VH as promised thev, for her grandmother bloke.
without faith not x
at men are ,
1'01'1 cull, even' If It was to Mars whomIt
to do He had hoped that Maria In. Notice Is hereby given to
Unnkeis They are, at least
great would be there. Yet he was glad "Grundma'a u pretty violent "It's much harder to divorce a may concern that I have filed
:Kit gaff thinkers. They may be r ? character Isn't she?" he said
that she wasn't. He had Final Report as Administratorof
mathematicians and know a great Mse ; great wife or husband than most people my
seal about physical laws but men deal to do that night and he needed I lightly. 1 think to break up a home- Estate of F. A. Andrews, dec'<1

to keep a clear head for It. He Marls/ was suddenly grave as smuxh nil ties especially when and 1 will on Aug. 6th, 1938, applyto
oho liavi' no faith cannot see I
the of life. 4 returned to his hotel early, but the she nodded her head In agreement. I there Is' u child" Hon. E. K. Perry man. County
hrough problems They
dawn was shimmering the cherry "lIow long Is It we ve known;I Marls went close to the bed and Judge for approval account and
have no solution for human suffering '
Y blossoms with an eerie beauty before each other Marls?" he asked; inking I I leaned down over her giumlinothHl1 Final Discharge us such administrator -
and and
sorrow pain '-'" he went to bed her hand. ( This July 1st, 1038.Q. .
death If there were no life beyond -
this life, how tedious and He had phoned his partner to "Eight days--I know because "I love Steve darling, and he W. ANDREWS Admr.

tell him what had happened In I've been counting them out slowly loves me. Perhaps there will be 7-8-41-7-29--.
tasteless this life would be!
I court and then said. If things were I, grudgingly feeling I'm losinga -- -----

going all right at the office, he little part of me with each day. j

I thought he might stay on In For answer he kissed the hand WHY LOSE WHEN YOU CAN GET'

SCHEDULE I Ington for a few days. WILsh'I| he was holding.

Southbouna $ GiF had that strange feeling of being i I ""Marts" he said tenderly "I BARRY'S SCREW\ 'WORM KILLER

Nit 205 Due Siarke 5:15: p.D I glad and sorry at the same time have something to say to you

No. 207 Due Starke 11:45: p.m I when his partner said there was no something serious. I don't wantto ANn

No. 203Due Starke reason why he shouldn't take a all I have shut
12:15: p.m | say to say up
No. 201-Due Starke 10:20( : a.ra V little vacation He hud been work- I in this room. Let us go out andI FLY REPELLENT

Ing too hard he needed a rest. If i walk under the cherry blossoms.'
----- I
NorthboundNo anything atone, which his
I required "
and went to live with his "Anywhere you suy, she suld. THE; WOUND"
mother Aunt Emma, said Steve, as ifthe "HEALING, TO
202 Due Starke judgment. there was always the
1:50:: p.m.No.
I I The next moment she was In his
204- Due Starke 4:15: p.m. He had always been a hard worker had not heard what she had telephone. I arms and their lips met. I Nothing Else Needed With This )Preparation

No 206, Due Starke 9:15: p.m. but now he spent so many said "who Is that girl over there It was late In Washington but It Absolute: Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
hours In the office or the law library "Do you know that is the first
No. 208- Due Starke 3:00: a.m. ) beside the old lady with the cane? was not he reflected, so lute In time have kissed me?" !! You do not need to use Tar or other Preparations asa
that his mother became you
N'o. Ma pie wood, lie called his mother.
214Due Starke 9:20: a.m alarmed. "Marls Kent and that's her I dressing after treating.!

Starke Bus Agent: Beasley* grandmother. No, dear you don't He asked her what she thought of "I know. We Guarantee this Preparation to kill S C R E W
The blossoms seemed
Service Station, opposite court. I "You come of hardy stock I need to say Itshe Is lovely. Also his tentative plan to slay a few cherry
I house dear" she said one night. "but aft- she's u darling. But her grand- days. She, who had been worried thick against the night-blue sky us WOIiMS if u: according to directions

I 'I' all. you are not above the laws j I mother! A grand dame If ever ':about his overwork walt enthusiastic I they walked under them silent. It Sold at Urll> :.:', Feed and Seed and General Stores!

--- ---' of nature. One of these d"lys, you'll there was one-- but also a dragon. about It Was she well --- was Mails who spoke first. There Put
Up By -
break If you don t slow down your I Look out for her, my boy. You I was Ellen: ull right ? She told him was something like fear In her

.:'.10\' .% MWHI AT i 1 tempo Don't try to put me off may not think she saw you look- not to worry Everything at home I voice.

KINGSLEY; BEACH I by smiling indulgently as If Iwere Ing at Marls and Marls looking at was all light. "It Isnt really serious --- what SOWANEE\ DRUG COMPANY

,IKi.riiierly Nerlekhnd'al a foolish old woman for I'm you before she went suddenly demure He tiled to rend. He threw the'i I you have to soy It It ?"

I not." j but she missed nothing, that paper to the floor. For all the I "Yes. Marls., Because I (love you NEWISEItKY.; FLORIDA

words", meant to him, he might as "
i "You certainly are not you're one. I deeply. Remember that. .
'I well have been Sanskrit.
still amazingly young to have a Stephen laughed and said he rradng "You're not marled!, are you ?"
i eon as old as the family lilble says would remember her warning and He went down to the lounge hop- .'he linked In u flat voice. r.
Ing to meet Homo one who would I IInterest I n l
I'I I am and you are as wise as- you then turned to talk to the Sena- him. I I "Not any more. I have a datigh1 -
I Me did join a little j
*1'1'11' I"no !'!% I'" 'U. t.HOI'MIS I "To with the group but In- found he could not Expert RepairingSmith's
1":11": MillUIM go on good things came over to welcome him. He ) teen divorced almost 'a year I
to what
ut\es.u they were saying
".\ II which might be said of me son. I seemed to be Interested only In I I have been I
:XK E; PLACE I Ha excused himself I never so happy us
I Baying he had ,
I am not a prying, woman, but to him
what bin host was saying i have this week I have known you
FOIl NICE PEOPLE"SUMMER Just cme down to get some cigar- '
she hesitated H moment then said und he made the correct responses, he und I have never been In such
rttes; hud hOme he must
quickly -- "Steve are you sure it but he was conscious that Marls I pupers "
off In the last Garage i
I is Just Interest In your cases which Kent was looking at him again j get mail! ] I ,
Buck III his room he turned off "Why when we love each other -
\\ .... .. ,..,.... ....,.. makes you work HO hard ? Isn't It He saw Mis. Kent rap her granddaughter !-
'\\ \\ \ '1 u. "' "' '' I the light, pulled on easy chair ? For I do love you, Steve. Youmust I
I \ \\ \ I \, J' J.oO.CKSONY'LlE'S( because you regret this way of sharply on the toe with
\ have known It before I suld Phone 120
\ \L '< before the open window and sate
t'l/UAOING'II//' living Are you realizing you were her cane. He could not hear what It." i
i down. He could evade this
THE ifaftHO7ElM1NO1SE,; rash In letting your home be Buying for the no
old was ,
the woman
I longer. He had to face the fact' "Yes dear. But must face
we I Wrecker I
? If thindoesn't ServiceDay NightI
broken Because. you are, room was us noisy as It was or
: I' that he was falling In love with the fuel that I've fulled once ina
] have to go on you know. crowded, j .
Home, like everything else, can be I buns Kent. He was known us an marriage. Maybe It was my! ''I __. ._ ____. 'j
\ "That misplaced cowboy is expert cross-examiner, but never ; fault as much ax my wife'sI .
,GA'NI" assail wwr bowing to you was what Mrs i in all his practice had be grilled'' don't know. I I
"Not mine said Steve.
rk: Kent suld. "That Is too much. WhY' witness as he did himself that it no one's '
any "Maybe wits
"Today she said "when I went sing I fou't'l
I :00. should and hear him
I stay
d- '" "' .. tZ. decided I I night. Maybe you just weren't j
r. I
.. .. "A"O. over to see Cynthia. '
.... like that 'Bury j )
Kl I .1 'HI.. any more things Was this perhaps Just a re- each other. t1FlM4
I have this talk with
must you.
7 "y1 fLUP Me Not On The Lone Prairie' II I bound 1Vas It only that he weal I "We certainly weren't."
JI!!: ..I J 'il'AJRCONDITIONE'O' However' you may feel about her, don't know. I don't care where i that
I 9 well I lonely working day and "And we are -- I m sure of that.
a r*hove affection a great for admiration her. She has as turned they bury him- -don't mind his livIng night hud unstrung him. Wag It So why these doubts these h'sl-I J y o : I r+;: ,

even, so long as I don't have that Marls tatlons?
just was an attractive i The past Is pust the "
. world but .t
a brave face to the '.'
to listen to his so-called singing. young woman whom he had met j present and the future are ours." ...

I :j) n today I knew she had been crying. With these cowboy singers cluttering i when he was lonely and unhappy? "It's thut you'll have to live In I J .. .. .'

t S MUrtH i SI l l.j': '':,J !JJ I IM I She still to her hopes and!that Ellen.you Wouldn will comeback t It up druwlng-roomH and yowl- Was he seeing things out of focus? the same town. There will be 'l1-.J

f g ij,. ,,tjj! j I be best, dear?" ing over the radio, I often won- If he went home now, as he had ficulties- you have never lived dif-I :. :ryP

\ :! der who s left to watch the cows i planned, would It within a month a small city- you don t know-- :
1Jr1': mother.' I hate to
"Please don't Come on. We're leaving and right! I Inow. i seem to him just u pleasant acquaintance She laid her hand gently acrow-s, 4yb .o'{ : : ,!{\
malice 11
hold M
Ir'' hurt and I no I y a '
'I; you ." ,, a very mild flirtation. his lips I \ .:;
"h I she will be
i; against Cynthia. hope Marls most definitely lid not i His logical mind said the questions "I know that we love each other. ., 1j ';:" ___ ,j..
she will In '
f? j happy und I am sure .... .of' I'
r want to go, but she was always a were sensible, realistic ones And I am not afraid j jI "
p.Jo' I can't explain It to you pU \ '
< :A wise sometimes even a wily young After all. he had loved Cynthia. "Oh, Marls. my own." he whir !I fat ( :
..1-1. I.' ;tti.. .; I but Cynthia who Is the one personin woman so she dutifully followed ,', He did not love her now. Hud she pared, as he took her In his arms. )I .,' t

I ", ,I / the world with the right to her grandmother out of the house. I|I changed or had he? And what did "I will not fall you -- ever." j 41NI" ORp"tt i
i know know! why I can not go \
Their car had just started, when he know of Mark except that she They walked In ail nce again for ,

e e,, COMFORT I back. it she looked down at her waist and i 1 was beautiful charming; gay and a lung time. I "t\ \\, ;
mention' again. t\it
Lea 01 modeli fr.papt hoist is th. "I will never exclaimed she had lost her brace-i I Intelligent? He had known Cynthia "Will your grandmother be surprised -
dawamwa should I when I come TODAY
J mum with,[ tub mid Jacbo..IU.shown toll, walOr..r7 1 Cteve- why stone wall. But I will l let. She TOile and shook her skrt, ''' for years, a* people in the ?" he asked. j : ''t

JJ* fury. "bad will lae.nerbe7, Was. up against a nagabout your she looked on the floor of the car. same social set know each other l.t Marls laughed gaily. .

wZL"1.. .'."..-il flolap. ]t,,ula. ... I talk positively hard." There was no bracelet. Her grand- small cities "She knew It, before we did I'( 'tI
y working so mother told their chauffeur to turn He dwelt on each question carefully she always knows everything he- I

_.LOUNGE rniCED I i "I think I will tell things you a secret not to i ,,round but Marls said that was He decided that he wouUI ore anyone else She Is part de

ad COfFEE SHO7 If you promise two She would get out B"I" > Hut he knew he bad not considered mon I tell her. but altogether 4ar
2.:. a I. _POUND N.t.k l tell a bargain unnecessary
i4' : nag and to no one I ond back to the reception. all tildes of the matter yet dear She likes you. But of t .
let me go
li.LlLIM T Soul OIIOTO Mrs.
t. "--.-, V* f..,W--. fc- 1 announce Well then to you that your son ist i Some one would give her a lift That iia.i might nut be looie. course the doesn't know you have i


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. 8TAKKE. _FLOKIUA. _n'U_. ___ .____. .___.._____.___.______FUID.\\... Jl'L' IS, 1 I.J.
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Bradford County Telegraph Ii TOO LATE = i I the Hoard of County ('nmmh'. ..
Contlnueit-r 1))
STUFF ( Page of HiHrtfuc-d ('uUIII)'. Kloi'Ulu, will
MaintenanceFund hold a im'Btlnif 111 the County CoinII -
Established 1877 TO CLASSIFYI Itoud mid Bridge ) lunfrn Itucim In the County
ABOUTSTARKE Court douse lit 10:00: ,,','Iu'k A MI nI
.. .. .... .. .. .. .-- I "n AuKiict I".i' i%. O.: 1938: for the
County Road and Bridge ,purpose" of hearing coinplnlnt from ,
Published rtfSIELl. KAY II
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Maintenance$10,000.00 owner or" agents of Html I Estate I I IIN
AND BRADFORD COUNTY -rele.rr, Florida Press A..,.. -- or J jvroiml Property the value of
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida wnlrli have been fixed by the County
Total _________________$10.00000 I AHMt'MHor of Taxes and acceptedby
One nice thing about being invited Bond Interest the Hourtl.lly .
Ilou and Bridge order, of the Hoard of
MEMBERPRESS LAST Wednesday night during to Florida Citrus County
a banquet anil Sinking Fund ( "1111111..10"..'...
ASSOCIATION prayer meeting at the Baptist la that it provides an opportunityfor A. J. THOMAS, clerk ,
Interest and Sinking Requirements -
Church thin womanin '
a pitifully
a fellow to-,catch up on his ------
dirty clothes! her large eyes Consumption of Hawaiian pineapple ----------$79,200.00 O'l'u.tJ
ss,'' .7otwaka: 31C.0't&im.e staring dully from an emaciated and California canned fruits, Notice; .In hereby. given to whom
i ________________79200.00 It rnncern that 1 have filed
Total limy my
1 face came in and sat downon ,
.. .. .
-- ... .. but then I suppose serving "di Klnnl Report| and Voucher and will
I a rear pew. With her were ms fruit" to citrus wouldbe Rare Truck Fund on A lilt. 19th, A. H. 1B38. at 10 QUAUiy
E. L. Matthews! ____ __ ._ .' ______Editor and Owner growers
children, ragged o'clock A. M. apply! to Hon. M. K.
-- .. ... .. .. Severn equally somethin' like carryin' coals to Amount Payable to Boardof Perryman. County Judge of Bradford -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and equally starved looking. Newcastle or makln' a shoemaker Public Ins. ________10000.00 County, Florida, for my dlichiirge -
After the meeting was over, wear shoes.Anyhow nx Admlnlxtrator of the KH- GOODYEAR
late' of William MclSver! deceased.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance church members listened to the I enjoyed a delightful Total _________________10000.00 Thin July ISIh, 1938.
Advertising Rates on Application mother's tale of woe took up a evening last week as a guest of It was thereupon resclved that 7-5-41-8-6. W. U l\1<,Ever, Adm'r. MEDWAY
collection (around $10), gave it the Florida Citrus Commission at the Clerk of the Circuit Court be

to her, and then transported the a dinner held in Lake Wales to directed to have the foregoing estimates ItOTIfH: OF N4I.M OP TAXICIITIKICATKW
LET'S GO AFTER EXPERIMENT STATIONA entire family, husband and all give growers, shippers and news- as made by the Board of (' 1I

hint of something that would be worthwhile to this to a tourist camp near town. paper men an opportunity to JoinIn County Commissioners published John NOTICE Toplln IH HEREBY nun filed GIVEN with thn me

county appeared in the daily not long It Imagine their surprise early a round table discussion oi in a newspaper In the County by written request that tile tax certlf-
papers ago. was next morning to find the woe. "The things that were done and I one insertion; and a copy thereof !eaten together with all ftubptequentomitted
stated that the United States government is planning to es- ful ones back in town begging should: not have been done and I properly certified forwarded ,to State he or advertised levied taxes and held void by to the the s

tablish several tung oil experiment stations and that effortsare for alms along Call St. Some the things undone that should have the Comptroller of the State of highest bidder for each an provided ,,
unsuspecting business men, not been done and where do we go Florida.It t>v Chapter 18208 of the 1937 art
made the State Chamber of Commerce .
being by to secure of the Legislature upon the follow.log :
knowing what had taken place from here? was further ordered by the described: rent estate l In the ,
one for Florida. the night before came across Just how much good was accom- Board that a meeting will be held County, to-wit of llmdford Slate of FlorIda I 7O 5!! 11 8,00.16 /

Attention Bradford County Chamber of Commerce, with varying amounts. plished is more or less problematical August 1st, A. D. 1933 at which HW'/( of: NKV4' Sec. 4 Tp. 7 S. 95
but nevertheless It time a permanent Budget will be It. 22 K., containing Acres, 101
Your a
Starke Rotary Club, all other civic and social organizations, I reporter was among gave more or lens.
those "touched." As hand- tot ot fol tyw. n to exhale -, ucjopted tor the! fiscal year 1938- The he
we rfppportunlty taxes to Bold are evidencedby
and the If
in such station is
public general. brought to
a I ed her our "widow's mite" she (fthe'rWf! : some which 1939. certificate No. 451 of 1934. andrepronent
Florida what more ideal location could be found for it than opened her hand and clutched wero potently. pregnant. There being no further businessthe 19.13: to lt.18.:unpaid both taxed Inc-ItiMlve.for the amount years

right here in this county ? We have large tung oil acreages.We therein was a considerable bit I for a bunch of guys so fluent Board Adjourned. I ing to $5392. Come In examine (hit
L. Li. Conner, Chairman.A. ALSO: Egg of 8RV of NI5VI' &
are centrally located in relation to important cities and of small change. She probably at discusBln' cltr'us problems on "'W'' of 8KV, of NUM'! Sec. 4 TI). rugged tire- built for
forgot which hand It was in and the street corner, silence and absence J. Thomas Clerk.sell 7 8., K. 22 H.: containing 30 tough going. One look sill|
institutions of the state. We have good roads leading any- the Aei'eN' more or lexM.The .
opened wrong one. of the banquet convince
suggestions at that
you It
tll x"H to he Hold are evidencedl Is say
where and everywhere. Truly, it seems that this county Charity is a wonderful thing was downright! amazln'. The mine by the yard: $3 for the l certificate. No... 009, and 1.173 rep-I of up in quality. way down

would he ideal for such a project as this. but what a pity that so many chairman had to darn near get front yard and $,1.25 for the back resent I'lltitintl' unpaid Ifn: pucNvely taxes' for the and yearn in puce.!

All of us remember the great benefit that was derived people impose upon it. All of down on his knees and pray to yard. 1929 to to $75.29.A1.SO IfltH: both. Inclusive amounting I
us when we possibly can, would entice anyone to say a word, in
Somebody thought that if we'dquit : 4 A ('om.1 NW 'or ofNVfV
1 from the Forestry Station that had headquarters here for like to help those who are actually pito of the fact that there were quarrelln' with the rustmltes) at NKVi\ & Run !H 420 ft, osALLWEATHER 0000Y148I.i

several years but which was finally moved away to the loss in need and who are deserving four representatives and one state and just sit back and let the lit- I 10 MO: ft. N 210 ft, W 420 ft,,
N 210 ft, W 210 ft to hen. Sec liMO III
and the regret of this county. If we were successful in get- but nobody likes to feel senator: In the crowd, but when tie: devils get caught up with their 5 'I',.. 7 11.:' It. 22 I"J. containing' r Fear: l.nJout Cnod.
that he has been a sucker and they finally did get golu' it turned tattoo could advertise 4 API-en. more nr leHM.The Bla..un. bel rarer, ntar
ting a tung oil experiment station here it might help to fill snared by those who do not de- out to be quite a party. we our, taxes to bi Hold, are evidenced than evermore anu lnatl' :! I..
fruit as "Russets" and develop an l.y rtiricntp Nox. .149! and t3N2 of value for
the gap left by the removal of the forestry station.At serve It or who are professional The general Impression prevailIng exclusive market. Charley Korbly t'121' and 19.13: rotpectlvely, and represent money. whlchfnl4lJour .,

any rate it is worth trying, and we propose that all beggars. seemed to be that next season Chain Store Association secretary, I'I2H to unpaid 19'IS: Loth taxes' Inclusive for the, amounting yearn- UF
local About the only way we know Florida is gonna have enoughgrapefruit advocated the name "Sun TannedFruit' t<> $.'12 75A .
7 organizations present a front for Bradford Coun- I.HO! of '
to fill the Grand Canyon : Nl/j\ 8WVi of NI'or
of sorting the from the and the idea isn't
if it is decided to allow good with as HWto' Sec 22 Tp' It S. It. 22 I-).. J: BATTER
ty Florida of the stations. the bulk of
one fruit all
bad Is to give to the man or screwey as it sounds (The deep- ciniuiiiin! R Acres. more or E
o woman who comes to ;you and seeds fluttered! while up life 1 Jp 1I i,
asks for It forthright without trade favors seed- hear comes from insecticide munu- iv i-,rtlfli-at N'o 1027 of I1.U: : and
REAL TRAGEDY WHEN FRIEND SHOOTS FRIEND a whole string of whys and ess varieties. Some folks felt an uicturera). I loprt'Hent unpaid taxes for the yearn Comeinrecular'i,: !

One of the most pitifully tragic accidents that can occur wherefores. The teller of the effort the should be made to influence But kiddin' aside, the present !D.12 I"to 1'l.lX'!H,53.AfSO both. ItifluHlve.. aniounfIIIK for our ritKE: 10[

: is when one friend fatally shoots another while on a hunting tale of woe usually sounds piti- public away from the infertile citrus problem is the grower's : Wid or NWV: of SKVi: Ex /
itult and glorify thoiii! with seeds about 10 Acrex xotil divers I per- pointBattcrvTes
ful because he has
had a lot of "morning after" and it is a head-
trip. Every circumstance; the very fact that the two have Maybe advertlsin' our "SEEDY"fruit Nuns' Sec. 32 Tp., tl S It 22 N. I %
expei ience telling it. ache and hangover that we can't UixInlnK 10 Acrva. more or Service. r.eguJa
; left home to enjoy the companionship of a mutual love of the is all right but it leave a laugh off. Our only answer is sin- |I.-"".
lot of The taxes 1 lo he Hold are evidencedbv to roc
i outdoors; all combine to paint a pathetic picture. And yet leeway for misunderstand- cere and intelligent cooperation of certificate No. 5DO ot 1930 and ,
in on the consumer's part. reprexont, unpaid. taxes for the battery will as
all interests to the end that the yearn
; such accidents are happening all the time, mainly because I SEVERAL I years ago we had an- Another question that arose was' 1929 to 1931 both Inclusive, amounting -
other experience along this line good of all wil be served. A billion to $37.40. aura you\ long
some hunter becomes excited and shoots simply because the,I that should have cured us, but whether or not Flu l Ida fruit should dollar advertising campaign won t Said tax certificates together with trouble-free service.! ,
bushes are moving and without knowing what is causing didn't. One of our local talent be sold by dozen or by the help a group; who won't try to help all taxes.ub"'lu..D.t will be Hold omitted to the or hha-h..t'-levied I'

them to move. mendicants touched us for a pound and it WAS pointed out that I themselves, and cutting each oth- bidder at the Cnurthouxe door InHtaike
-- -- Florida fruit curries more weight' on the 29th. day nf July.
i 'I 'I's'
throats throwing monkey
dime and a few minutes laterwe 191$. at II::00 o'clock A. M.
Just the than that of
recently papers told about two friends on huntin competitive sections
a heard that he had been In a wrenches and gypping the public Dated thin the 9Ih., day of July Register Motor Coj
Taylor County. One of them was on a "stand" when he filling station showing off all : but if you ask me we better get may be a delightful sport but it's A. I*. 1D38.OFFICIAL...
busy and ( SRAT.I)
sell K
by the
heard a rustle in the thick undergrowth and fired his gun, the money he had In his we want to carload of'if'i: poor business, only some folks A. J. T"O MAS
keep a jump ahead have to live a long time, before Cleric of Circuit Court of Starke, Fla.
loaded with buckshot, in that direction. But it wasn't game pockets I the well known wolf. I used to1 I they find it out. j 7-15-31-7-29.lirndford. County, Florida. I
Perhaps all of us have experiences -
that caused the bush to rustle. Seven shots entered the body ."'- .?-
along this line that :
L. of his companion who ran through the thicket into a clearing teach us that rags may bed I

y r where he fell and soon died. virtue's"royal raiment'sake" but' when they worn are far for ,I T' H R -1- L L S C.. 11-I L.. L S
5 What a terrible memory for the surviving friend to have from that when worn, for the S-P-I-L-L-S I S

to carry with him through life How many sleepless nights i iL sake of doing the public out of

L t t he must spend with the picture of his friend dying of shots dimes and quarters. II

- r fired by his own gun! j Hollis Knight says his lesion

1 Hunters might lose an occasional deer or turkey by failure years was learned ago. He In gave Atlanta a bum many fifty I SPEED BOAT RACES

t to fire into a moving bush without seeing what is making cents and left a dime for him '

l it move, but if the life of one friend is saved the loss of a little self. He was hungry and the
bum must have been hungry too
will be well worth while.
I game. for a few minutes later they I '
I. 0 both met In the same restau' 17th 2 P. M.

DISCOURAGING rant. Hollis did the best he I .
; YES. DON'T IVE; UP .- -- -
. could on coffee and doughnutswhile -
We recently heard of a woman who has done much to the bum sat down

; help others!' get a start In life. For a few years back her days stretched out and wrapped (I

6 t. have been filled with labors of love. Within a month she has I himself around a steak phue. KINGSLEY BEACHTEN
Well here's swearing off. At
I. been She had done much I
keenly disappointed. for a young I least until the next poor devil !

I man and his wife. They had often become stuck in the mud ,, comes around.

I in their journey through life. She had, so to speak, on more I V

than one occasion gotten down in the mud and helped them
chains. I WHAT Stnrkelte won high prizeat MINUTES FROM TEN MINUTES FROM
put on
; a bridge party recently and TARKE
One day not long ago the young wife merely gave her not having worn that particular -

benefactor a sullen stare' in response to a friendly "good article to the party forthwith ON HIGHWAY NO. 48 FLAT ON HIGHWAY NO. 43
... donned it (or them) and wore |
morning She repeatedly spurned kindly advances. To all
It (or them) home? P.S.: It
j practical purposes she was biting the hand that had fed her. was not a mixed partyall '

That biting hurt. Moreover, the hurt didn't heal. I hens. Martha Tony and her I SPONSORED BY TROUT RIVER BOAT CLUB & KINGSLEY BEACH
folks, of Mississippi, are in the.m'I'Itl .
Like certain maidens of another generation who would !'o
: a place on Kingsley'
t i shut themselves up from the world when disappointed in ]love, I Lake. The new Methodist pas

the older woman felt that she couldn't go on helping people. entering tor used the to fly ministry.airplanes He before finds CLASS B & C HYDROPLANES C RUNABOUTSFREE

She felt like hiding away and nursing her hurt. Instead, his new work more interesting ,

however, she should have poured her heart out to some' understanding exciting and of course worth-

I friend. while. Powell Carpenter heartily -, FOR ALL OUTBOARD FREE FOR ALL INBOARD
recommends "On Borrowed.Time" ------------ -
, Such a friend might have told her that all of us have '
, In the latest Ladles
similar painful experiences. The friend might have said, Home Journal. It I. a flctlon-! !

t "You have often planted flower seeds and some didn't come bed version of the popular play Added Attraction

; up. You have often tried to raise a litter of pigs and lost by the same name. Summer society "
in Starke reached fever
/, one or two. These experiences didn't make you stop sowing pitch last week with three I, PERFORMED ON AQUAPLANE BY

't{ seeds or raising)livestock. Don't let this small percentage of "bridge-luncheons' In as many|
loss !in your human, 'invegtrAents\ eetVVou downy: When memories days and a smattering of night i
sessions thrown in for good I!
of an occasional unfruitful effort come to mind, push i measure. Truly someone baa, GLACEY THOMAS ---- GEORGE FLOWERS\ --- MABRY EDWARDS\

; them out with happier recollections of others who have responded -j I remarked that when It cornea':

r beautifully and who in their turn will carry on the to parties Starke probably outdoes /'
any town i its size in the TIME 2 P.M.
, i. impetus of your love to many others." country. Bridge luncheons ), :

Such wise counsel: from an understanding friend might however, never will be pop *r

. have saved the poor woman from complete disillusionment with must hUHbundM.either eat cold It means they I EVENTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD

t' and loss of faith in mankind. Our advice to anyone suffering home or hamburgers down

f: a similar hurt is to get out, make new contacts and befriend town. T. N. Kendrick quit vac

It t those whose gratefulness will make you forget the pangs of cinating hogs when h.. recently SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 9 P. M.

[r( unappreciation. rier.accepted During a position his more as than mail'forty car UNTIL----

0r years of vaccinating he estimated -
that he has stuck the needle

Over the past five years the July list of dead from accidental That's a lot of hogs In any-

causes has been" twenty-nine percent greater than that body's language.
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of the average month. A total of 10,200 persons lost their
t A bass fishing club maintainsa
lives in July, 1937, by accident, to say nothing of nearly a pier on San Francisco Bay 2.500 I '

million who were Injured. The greatest death toll from acci- feet long.

dent is due annual -- --- .- --- '- DANCING.ro. 25c
In a large part to the Independence Day'
The Mars has two moons,
celebration, with its tragedies through traffic crashes drown-
of which one rises in the East and
ings, and fireworks casualties. I i the other In the West.

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