Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02655
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02655
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Qverrower Rushed at Roosevelt ", JI "irioj'iiUr;; l tli.it. people, have hilt)OSINTI'K IIOlt!<4!. !
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From many Riic-ts ot Dicir own they ... A Iuii.njiiim;' ; puient I it.
I[ Other Pens :j / / Urllr. CnrrvHuotuIontMr. \iinl'- Mai' ; lug
I i njnv .x ilii'erful atmoHphi't, when Uariinj-c', ( ihs fine nl'uut' his *'vcn > II old
u I tnry I go out to do rm.smuss! with I' I l railei' 1 Horn. : ii
.,.myon, and Mrs. M. J. Greene and and Mrs. A J. Yarbiough I
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youthful non a
MATTKK OF OPINION if you are trying to sell the I children, of Miami are visiting her and I sons Clyde and Aaron spent was playing very broomstick hor-,' with
public something remember ,. brother, C. A. Griffis, part of this week In Jacksonville, I
We ,
were tulking with an old a little playmate. They were racing -
i' Y[ vr' timer (the other day about drinking II that people want to get on the A large crowd from this sec- with Mrs S. C. Miller. up and down the side wnlk. 6I

i I water. "I'11 tell you," he said, bund wagon. They want to be tion attended church at Pine Level Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 'VII lIa mil, of The playmate a year younger. lost
11<: ', "these modern water linked up In some way with a go- Sunday night. Jacksonville, were dinner guests every race. He complained at the
I 'I .iren t In It with the old systems bucket ing concern. They do not want to Mrs. E. K. Lee and children, of Sunday of !III'. and Mrs. J. S. Sxpp. unequal competition. Y

\ well. There was pure drinking Rive you business out of pity or Bethel, were visiting in this sec- Miss Wlnonn Bradley of Boat- "Well" ," said the seven-yi ar-old,
,I: water." We recalled our because you need it. It usually tion Sunday. drain, Is spending a while here III sell you my horse for a dime
.,'.' I with the old bucket experiences well.- goes to the fellow who Is busy and I Mr. and Mrs Maruln Alford( and with her" grandparents lilt and II -- Exchange ;

l'. In grasshopper time the grasnhop- proHperotis. 'Chat seems cruel but j I I children, of Palatka, were visiting Mrs. W. A Kersey --+-- 1 .I
I ; pers had a way of getting into the it Is according to human nature. I Mr and Mrs, Eijgeno& Griffis, Mrs. H. O. Starling and little The first schooner was designedand

I' !, 1 well until they had to be skimmed at-heel Somehow we feel that the down- Tuesday. daughter, Clara of Hellbronn, I built In Gloucester, Mass" in
off the bucket before one discouraged complainer Is Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Geiger, of spent the week-onj here with Mr. 1713.
: : : a rG could get a drink. Occasionally a not a good business man We do Earlton Beach, visited Mr. and and Mrs. J. T. Klrklund, Sr. i
not want to trust our affairs to
Mrs. John Prevalt
field mouse or a rabbit would find' Sunday after- Miss Maze Sapp left Sunday MALARIArU
'. I his unfortunate end in the cool him.The noon.Mr. afternoon for Jacksonville, where f
moral Is !
don't complain and Mrs. Earnest Harris of I
shadowy depths of the well. Wedidn't she will spend the next few weeks
i about health, business or anything.Be the State 4J l y[in T iln> and rrllrvraCOLDS
a argue the point with our Industrious. spent Sunday with Mr. and hire A, J. Wllllamn'" V
friend, but the old bucket well be Business may not with relatives in, this section. and Mrs Louise Denmark.Mr. I
good, but act as though it were. Miss 1'htllI1lPrevatt Visiting ii..I I pt.luuld'ra ,

sung looks than better It to does us as In a poetry household and People will want to be a part of Gladys Lee, of Bethel was, Sunday.- M"IIVlnollR! anti Mrs. W. R. Kersey. %..... urns.lLradache hirl.. first., 30 dnr liiniitt-!
utility.-- Tltusvllh your success and you will reap Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree, of Bradley and It. C.Keene Try ..n.-Nr-Tl.m'-World'n neat
r ; Star-Advocate tho benefit of attended church at Pleasant ','
your re- Liniment
energy Jacksonville was visiting Mr. and la
----- -+ --- sourcefulneus' and self Grove over the week-end. -
T4 control.-St. ,
Mrs. Zcnas Griffin, Tuesday. -. _....
I'LKAsriiB OF TUB FALATK Augustine Record.A. .-- --.-._- Miss Dorothy, Norman pent the r
rS; ----+---- week-end In Pine Level as the
On their fourth birthday the PINE LEVEL I
Dionne quintuplets enjoyed theirflist
Mm. II M. Mcltue, Correspondent Mrs. Louise Denmark" of ..lacksonville. I[
taste of ice cream, all five ;MrV.. ,\. Tyler, Cor.O. here, I i ici4
spent the wpek-ond
iE of them roistering what
might I Ir
: ..' bo described as the quintessence T. Nelson of Sexton, R H. Bowers, of Starke, filledan 1 1! with her parents, .Air. and Mm. J
of bilK,.. We hope they will remember visitor here was a appointment for W. E. Hall at r r S. Sapp. I I
Kl .vHUMA CITY Okla.- Woody Hockaday who once showered I' this first thrill, but the Sunday Pine Level Church Saturday night | Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and I I
feat ipon Secretary of War Harry Woodrlng, caused a flurry of probabilities, are that later servings Mrs Grace Guthry of Stnrke. and Sunday Mr., and Mrs A. J. Yarbrough were !
spent the week-end here with her Misses Elnor and Vesta McRae, visiting Mrs. Noon Bradley, of The drink
I I tXClt) .m. IIi' mong spectators when he attempted to enter President will dull the ecstasy. Most ;_
RQOS''tJ' car as the Presidential cavalcade drove through the streets of us get ice cream at too earlyan mother Mrs. W. E. Wilson. Oorts Strickland, and Clarence Boatdrain, Wednesday afternoon I lJ c."z" "(
or hi- 'It;> Hockaday was quickly overpowered by the secret service I age to recall the occasion. ij'r. and Mrs Ancle Brown andMi' Hutchinson, drove to Lake City Miss Beatrice t Hudson, of Wildwood I J I that

oho, and_ taken away.. His reason for the- act--- wan n- <-i--airn-. tn shine On--. the other hand, .It. .n I* a .r...n.u ln..1rn. : and Mrs. J. S Brantly and Sunday afternoon and met Elder Is spending a while here
y. little son, Roger, left Wednesday W. E.: /Hall, who was returning with her cousin, Miss Ella Mae everybodyknows
the President's shoes. A year ago he went to the White House and to delay the first Ice cream to
falnl\ sought to polish President Roosevelt's boots. Photo shows an age when notions of diet have for Belton, Texas, after a visit home from Chula Ga., where he Sapp. 1'S
here with relatives.Mr. conducted a two week's revival Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mersey, of
I Hockaday being overpowered by a policeman after attempting to enter become fixed. When Vincent Aslor's .
President Roosevelt's car for the privilege of shining the President'sdioe yacht visited one of the moreremote and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of meeting Jacksonville, were dinner guestsof
South sea islands a few' the State Farm, were guests of Earl McRae, of Jacksonville, Is J. A, Harnage and Mrs W. F.Hurnnge 5nOT.

years ago Ice cream from the her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Sunday ; ,
Nourmahal's offered and Mrs. W. R. Conner, Sunday. Mrs. H. M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs John Hudson of 1 nS
galley was to
RESOLUTION: Jfis. S. S. Conner of Rising, Mrs. P. Fender returned home Wlldwood are spending a while COCA-COLA
natives. They spat out the CO.VK .
Whereaj", on the 26th day of chilly stuff in terror and could not spent Sunday here with her son, Sunday afternoon, after visitingthe here with relatives.
June, 1038, our Heavenly FatherIn be Induced to try It again. Even W. R. 'onner, and family. bedside of her sister, near Friends and relatives In this
His infinite wisdom has been Eskimos, H. B. Hobbs spent Thursday inGainesville Tifton, Gn.Mr. section were saddened by the \ AltE
though undismayed by
pleased to call from our midst, the said to attending to business. and Mrs. Guy Hall and family death of Mrs Carrie Shaw In Si PKESCltlPTIONEXPERTS
rigidity are prefer a
one of our members Brother O. nice chunk of frozen blubber- L. U. Morgan and family spent of Green, Cove Springs, att Vincent's Hospital In .Jackson
W. Alderman, New YOlk Times. Sunday in Clint visiting their <'mleil" church, here Sunday night. I ville. Sunday morning in 6 o'clock CARPENTER'S
Whereas Brother Alderman wasa daughter Mrs. Lester Hull./ Mi". Mlllard Dyul of Sampson ,I II The funeral took plnre at New
THE 1 faithful and worthy member of ---+ The Rev. W. C. Hhodcn and I (ritt was visiting her parents Mr II i Hope Tuesday mornlnn ut II 00 TUP HF.XAM: STORE -

this chapter and a strict observerof DON'T COMPLAIN I family, of Jacksonville, were here and Mrs V. A Browning Monday I o'clock I
SMILE tiof the rules and regulations of the Saturday night and Sunday and I

Order, answering to every call of Business! affairs would move :Mr. Rhotlen filled his regular appointments '_ :: ---u .- __ __ __._ --- -_ _.._. __::. -__ .- .__: : :. .-.. ---.--::-
much smoother for everyone If
work and service,
Be It Resolved by the members that old warning, "Don t com- I There will be regular services I
PROTECTION of Starke, Chapter Number 166 plain, were heeded consls"nlly. here at Pleasant Hope Church IClO xomoz: .=IOE3OS=t7000i I0a0jg

that we bow In submission to Him i Nobody wants to do business I I Saturday and Sunday morning and 3b '
who doeth with a man or woman who grumbles night. A welcome Is extended to b
It t <'un only come from all things well. i I n
Be It further over business affairs or other all 10 come and take part in the I
iiiuml. iwl '' Every element of a mark of our appreciation of our I troubles. It seems to be pretty | servlfcs. j I II I o WHEN IN NEED OF '

late Brother we do tenderto
norr> and fear Is tokenfront hereby
jour shoulders the family our heartfelt sympathy -I
and. the cost Is small! in their hour of deep sorrow,
and commend them to Him who 5 p' toO
LET US WRITE alone can sustain and comfort; PER3OuTft5'fflU5IC! [ i jl
that as a mark of respect our p "
YOUR INSURANCE! Charter be draped for thirty days I itI

We represent several large, and a copy of these resolutions be PrintingLet I r
reliable companies in the spread on the minutes, a copy be !
sent to the bereaved family and a "Ti.Pi.Tin"Com os r's Holiday I
Theft, Liability, Annuity,
Life and Fire field copy to the Bradford County Tele ____ __ J-.,. ...b... __
graph for publication.


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; PRICES I give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are i 1 tI

;MODERN CHAPELT YOUR Ey Daniel r. McNamara !

CONVENIENCE:/ WITH NO CHAKCE: I1! I more reasonable than you can secure outside of the city. \I j :.f
CIlEVEn, Latin Amorl- O 0 ,

DeWITT Starkp,C.Florida JONES MARIA\ poet the laureate musical of traditionsof romantic ,I I 9 9Ve solicit your orders forLETTER 9 I ,I J { +

II" |lh- I :Mitiit. i>h, iu: : I song, upset ,
a score of years when early this I ;
_. __ _. .. __ .___ I year she strayed from the classic II Ii I Ii 11 I h
standards to write her first popular :;' il:
ion?. She had created nearly five II i HEADS '
hundred standard songs, many composed 1
for Individual stars of the con. I :i't; :

cert stage when she evolved the I O ENVELOPES STATEMENTS 1 !. ,
she hot and
twenty years played p
A number, "TI-PI-Tln.! t
TASTE ; THRILtJ light gay sung her own songs D
Now "Tl-PI-TIn" Is to Maria Early In the 'thirties Senora I o CIRCULARS FOLDERS BOOKLETS I : !r;
: e Grever what the Prelude Is to nacho Grever made New York her perma- a g : ,
.PURE. manlnoff/ or the Minuet to Paderew. nent address, became an American o
:. ski an Inescapable part of her citizen and by virtue of her many I NOTE HEADS : ..
musical personality She likes to compositions, became a prominent n it
dream of the recent past when she member of the American Society ot I
.waOLE.S9MEJ was hailed as composer and artist Composers Authors and Publishers, I !
of the concert stage, before she discovered through/ which inch artists protect U VISITING CARDS U ro r\, ;\

that she also had the touchof their copyrights At the last an j ",,", nI "
a popular songwriter And 89 nual dinner of the Society she met 0
Rachmaninoff envisions heaven as a her American lyric) writer Ray- I a U !r///'tt/ \
place where his Prelude( never Is mond Levoen. a fellow member o t
heard, she can picture her paradiseas Among concert artists, she Is known
a region not ringing with the as a couturlere of song, for she has I n n o't IiEl i t
rhythm of "Ti-Pi-Tln" composed dozens of songs, word
Maria Grever never regarded "Tl- and music, for such singers. One of SEE US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDS j
Caruso. The U .
Pi-Tlo" ea more than a passing her early 1I"1rolls'n"
r I fancy and reluctantly consented to others constitute a "Who's Who" In, t !' ,1
I Its publication early In the year, music.' o 0 :I I' } I
J y when friends who heard It in her Of the numerous fictions follow D' D
1 r 1I studio pressed her to give Its jrny. ing the success of "Tl-PI-Tin" one I o o
Y I melody and lilting lyrics to the that most amuses Its composer BRADFORD COUNTY [ :
I world of popular mimic lovers. Raymond places her In the role of an aged. ;
I Leveen. AS.C.AP. wrote the Indigent songwriter. The fact is I 1 ;,'
English lyrics. that Senora Grever ranks among ,
v Maria Grever's career in song has the most successful ot women composers ;
Whenever you eat, you want to been international. A native of and that, while she proudly o
Mexico City she was reared In boasts three young grandchildren
THE HANDY drinlt' And the tingling flavor of Spain. Returning to her native who have Inherited the jet hair and a TELEGRAPH n
MlIIIIY Ice-cold Coca-Cola add a teats I land, master of piano, violin and flashing black eyes of their talented o o I

PACKAGE thrill lo food. A rpaikling drink oft I guitar coloratura ibe soprano.sang with Her a patrician velvety mistaken grandmother for their aha motherSo might well be i ""III;

naluralflavors..purewboheeome, family frowned upon her theatrical different from the usual run
e Married at fourteen, of her creations I I. "Tl-PI-TIn" that II
and aspirations.
refreshing. So..., to buy
I the found her husband in sympathy In Latin America many will not believe j
carry home In the handy package with her ambitions for a career in it la her work. Yet like the I o l
of sis bottl.i. music. A chance recording of one Prelude and the Minuet, apparently i o JOB DEPARTMENT I :II' : ,
of her first compositions. "Sesame," It It destined to haunt its creator, a I I a :

ICI-COID COCA-COLA IS IVIMY PLACE ILSI, I In.'ON.S (Kiss Me) brought her recognition. musical Nemesis, to remind her a _w f ; t
.yeb It it .U with swelling royalty I t
When "Jurame (Promise Me) followed 0 c
...tH. YOU ICI-tOX AT HOMI I her fame WM secure. Soon checks "of her momentary lapse =10x=0o0r IOC3OI iocaoi ooo
he was a reigning favorite of Latin from the classic ideals of her other H .I
Coca Cola Bottling Co. 'America's, concert stage, where for work

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crumbling befoi, OJ', ,
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I If you have sweet tooth bore I' STUNNED __ Broward County a 1".11
r 3',, millions to 'ton.
BushloperDavisMr Successfull\feeting lire two recipes that should be taxpayers just as they thought 21, '"

and Mrs N. ,I, Davis announce Held by W. M. S. I right up your alley. One is for a after weary years their tax and ; ;: back girding fight themselv," ,, 011II al'

the marriage ot their delicious "gold loaf cake" and the debt troubles stabilized, have been i F : t A fertilizer next leKMa( ,, ,,,
Winifred Irene to Mr. The Woman Missionary Soci- other is for coconut macaroons stunned with a court order. Federal plant: ""tlinM
daughter of the Methodist Church met fish is another of W 81'
ety th. ,
William S. Bushloper of Jacksonville a delightful summer sweet, as they circuit court In Miami has or I ( e ""'log
at the church ; efits to
Monday afternoon Key West ,
on Sunday June 19. The are so light and airy. These reci- dered the county assessor to reassess lh 81m o f I
and held a successful meeting.The sent In Mrs. Ada Grlf- all in the over-seas highway Bank
marriage took place in Lake But pes were by property county, Dlel
theme of the program was fls and Mrs. K. T. Crews, whort'put.ttlon8 including homesteads, at 100 per has been outlawed in

ler.The bride was a member of the "Bringing Korea to Christ," and have for being good cent of its full cash value. The' : I courts-Sun Oil ('? ? ''J&ceo'FJOl1c'

1937 graduating: class of the Brad- the leader was Mrs. L D. Vining.with cooks. order further directs a 1" mill i A : and Sun 011 In Levy in, .tur\\;

ford County High School and also Taking part on the program Gold Loaf Cake school levy against the property I systematic long term Vining were Mrs. Charley E. ing.
Mrs. Klssimmee
attended the Massey Business Col- '/i cup butter including homesteads and a por- s urge ,Iv"" lto
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs Frank auction !
In Jacksonville Johns, 1 cup fine sugar tion of it segregated for the benefit market is an '
lege 'nstanlllll'
Robinson, Mrs. S. S Dowllngr Mrs. ous success
7 yolks of a creditor. "
The couple now reside at egg man\ ?
young "
and Miss Amelia up
Pearl Simpson, --- heaval, including
2209 Walnut St, in Jacksonville. /i cup milk Local leaders see In this order dear: ou
Ray. At the close of the program lye cup flour threatened collapse of the but recently Lake County, Florida, 4-H club boys earn their expenses for a lice, Daytona Beach VJ
Mrs J. W. White offered a prayer, week In vegetables and which are being audited
Circle To Meet 2 level tap baking powder completed Wilcox refund- camp by raising poultry they exchangefor Apponme7, '
and the meditation talk was by Vt level Up. salty their board. Florida soil will pay for almost anything if a little Mayor Couch apparonth' 8.
of all
ing district and will
county port .tlc
The Woodman Circle will meet Mrs L. C. Ray. hard work with it. and
along management .
tsp. vanilla flavoringBeat goes ot 'h) ,
Tuesday nlgbt at eight o'clock In The business session was presided cltv. bonds. tuail t.. __.. _n__ tv II
the butter and sugar until -- ---- y tuiucu over tr" I th
the Woodman Hall. All members over by the president, Mrs. T. The row has to do with some '1lilac
creamy. Add the yolks of eggs their one-half Punitive for small for ager-Polk County ,- ,.. ,,,
of ){all
on percent. users City Tampa
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$400,000 of
are urged to be present as a class T. Griffin. As there were two va- so called BPI bonds, actually rrl
beaten until Then add milk. .
thick. very
Is of the boom- scale very v :
legislation usually a designed to cut annual
not refunded l'hl',
of candidates will be initiated. cancies on the executive board in the general plan elections have !
Sift together the Hour, salt, and been
Practice Is scheduled for eight the president appointed Mrs. F H. just completed. During the 1923- erang variety. receipts $201,000. This brings much have conceled tin
baking powder twice, and add to then. ,
I criticised small rates line *
at the Hall vice-president and Mrs. 27 period the legislature author- user In x
o'clock Saturday night Long as
a fourth .
other ingredients with the flavor- with reasonable bracket nary 8h.t >I""rI i .
and officers are asked to attend. Vining as superintendent of supplies ized county school boards to fund LICKED.-Tax Revision League, higher all soloons alit
ing. Beat well. Bake in moderateoven tight PI'III, .,
__ floating school operating debts rates-Orlando, with Its municipal :"n'
DuPont mouthpiece admits defeat
about three of citizens to vote Ilk. '' ,
quarters an t I' ,
W. M. U. Meets At ChurchThe Mrs E M Rooks, wife of the hour with general county wide bonds for its absurd program to abolishall plant, cuts power and light fifteen.' Jax new council ha rlnk, ,
late Mr. Rooks who was at one I usually referred to as BPI's percent for a $67,000 reduction- k ?'1''
ad valorem taxes. League sol
W. M. U. of the Baptist time a beloved pastor of the | -Mrs.: Ada Griffis. Courts eventually declared this emnly announces abandonment of Florida Power and Light (East I new the old"bloc" appear,* u i ,,,,,'. '11,05,,
crowd .
Church held its regular businessand Coast) 87c and 75c dividendsto out m i ,1 i ,,
church here, Is now living in type of bond illegal. Consideredof that in lieu of one that pays MIami
('ol'onutf.waroons: program starts ,
program meeting at the church two classes of stock for totalof a deteimm,i :igh,
Rooks and family a t
Gainesville. Mrs no moment at the time the
would: ((1)) tax on its earnings;
2 whites cut .
racing next wint.
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. egg ,
:Monday : ;I'
to furnish 143293.08 being a second similar "
are endeavoring County program was (2)) limit mlllages ((3)) substitute ul
Eighteen members were present, \4 tsp. salt ( ; II a week to give met i dam, '
their new home and it was de- started and no place was arrangedfor transactions tax. Asserts that its one for the year. Net reve- break. >ett
and the meeting was presided over cided to give a linen shower for cup gran sugar them in the county rehabilitation -I philosophy and objectives are the nues during 1937 were $6,082,128Fla -
'i tsp vanilla -- +
by Mrs. W. B. Alexander, vice- -
them. same; merely details are altered. R. R. commission allows railsto
the 1 1/3 coconut
in the absence of cup l
president, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Invited the Beat until stiff, but not :, Various bondholder groups, no- Mission is to lighten DuPont tax up Intra-state freight rates ten FIFTY FOOT DIVE I
W. J. eggs
president Alter a, brier Business.._._Epperson._ meetin g. Society to have the shower at her drv. Then add salt. Beat sugar tably Roy Crummer have long andcarefully load at expense of the other tax- percent In line with Inter-State- JACKSONVILLE I hisi for ,\

the service was turned over to, summer home at Kingsley Lake. in one-quarter-of-cup at-a -time. maneuvered to reestablish payers. Real hope is for a general Dunedin monthly phone rates are little swim"' an unidentified voun'womlln ,
I Mrs. Vining, the newly appointed the legality of these bonds reduced, toll charges abolished for
Mrs L. G Powell, who gave an in Add vanilla and fold in coconut. sales tax. Principal barrier to sucha plunged about iO feel' froci
teresting on the subject, superintendent of supplies and Drop by spoonful in baking tin which totaled at one time some tax in Florida, is the universal nearby towns-Closest election of the St. Johns River Brnh, ""ap
Mrs. Adkins will later announce eight millions. Several counties that Du- the Florida primary for proximately 5
was com- o'ei
"Sheaves of Gold and Sliver to greased with unsalted fat. Bakein knowledge by politicians ""k "Sunda.1
the date. Mrs. Robinson stated have assumed and paid this class Ponts missioner In Jackson
Home and Foreign Lands." slow oven until golden brown. want one. Either 1939 or County where morning and remained afloat wkll|],
that the Alachua Society had recently -Mrs. K T. Crews. of bonds along with all others. 1941 legislature will doubtless voters tied in balloting for Win- Bob Fassinghum, set. .m last of

given a china and glass --. Other counties have ignored them. enact one anyhow. ifred Adams and her man oppon- the local American Rut ( '8s Volunteer
Mrs Duncan EntertainsFor shower for Mrs. Rooks. Other ar- First step was to establish the ent. County committee voted 24 Life Saving orjj made' bl

Visitors ticles used In furnishing a house CoppsCrewsMrs. legality of the bonds. This Fed- HASH.-State ends its fiscal to 24 for the woman to break the way down a rope from >i jp.:

will also be acceptable A. S. Crews and Mr. O. M. eral courts did, saying In effect with million deficit In tie--But Pinellas has condemed a and swam to her wit) art-

:Mrs. K. G. Duncan entertainedin The circles will meet the first j, Copps, of St. Petersburg, were that the counties got and spent oral year bills but with T/i millions gen- small island toll spanProbablyfor server, according :tn. ." .

honor of Mrs. D. C. Forehand, day of August. Mrs. Carl Johns quietly married Tuesday July 12, the money; that Innocent bond I I cash in misilellaneous funds. As the first time in Florida his the spectacular fellt.. gee
guest of Mr. and Mis D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. O. L. Haynes will be co- in Jacksonville The Rev. Mr. buyers should not suffer because a tory a man has been arrested-in Injury.
and Mrs. G. C. Irwin, guestof hostesses to Circle Number One I Shaffer, of the Church of Christ legislature attempted to delegate I state operates on bl-annlum legis-
lative acts financial
Miss Mina Manassa, with a and Mrs L. S. Hutto will enter- performed the Impressive cere- unconstitutional powers to school coming year (
set-up will be same as last. Unless
"Coca Cola party" Friday morningat tain Circle Number Two. mony. I boards

ten o'clock at Carpenter's DrugStore -- / :Mr. Copps Is in the furniture business Next, however the courts said something unexpected happens we I MAPS PLATS SURVEYS
are unable to see how governor will
RamsaurLarsenFriends in St. Petersburg. the bonds could be repaid only '
be able before winter to withstand
Chairs were grouped informally
from a portion of the county wide
around the table, which was centered here of Charles Larsen, 'I Surprise Shower school operating fundsrememberthe pressure of creditors of the general JOHN O. JACKSON
with an attractively arranged son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lar- fund. Alternatives; mayor trans-
bonds issued fund
were to
tray. sen, of Lakeland, will be Interested For Recent Bride fers of funds, special legislative I CIVIL ENGINEER NO. 162
floating: school debts.
Those enjoying the party with to learn of his approaching I The Y. W. A. gave a surprise What with general low level of session-State within six weeks LAND SURVEYOR NO. 162
to Miss Edith Merrill paid back to the various funds the
Forehand marriage
:Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. ,
shower for Mrs. Fred Francis, Jr., county valuation; pressing school
Wilson Ramsaur daughter of Mrs. David $574.000 transferred to make final
Mrs. Irwin, were: Mrs. J. E. ,
a recent bride, at the home of her operating needs, few counties have
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence, Mrs. Wllfong Ramsaur, of Jacksonville.The payment on teachers salaries I
mother, Mrs. E. C. Priest, Monday any money left from the ten mills
A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, wedding will be an event of night after paying current needs in Race for speaker of next legisla-
R. F. July 30. tive house has narrowed to LeRoy MANAGER
Miss Mlna Manaasa, Mrs. Saturday,
Mrs. Francis was given many spite of the $800 teacher unit aid
Mr. Larsen, nephew of Col. and Collins and Pierce Wood. Tampa
Demorest, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. lovely and useful gifts by her from the state.Bondholders .
L. A, Shepherd Mrs M. F. Brown, Mrs. D. E. Knight, has visited friends. looked with hun- Electric voluntarily reduces rates
and Mrs. L. Starke on numerous occasions and
Mrs. E. L. Matthews,
Those present were Misses Flor- gry eyes at homesteads; exempt
F. Chapman of the State Farm. has a wide circle of friends here.
ied Martlle from
Kllllngsworth, Hem- regular school levies. For

ingway, Wilma Alexander, Helen some months this service has predicted -

Prather, Jeanelle Hutchings, Lil-I courts would eventually

TRUCK OWNERS & DRIVERSWe lian Stump, Frances Hemingway,. hold homesteads liable for such I I FREE DELIVERY

Gladys Elliott, Mrs. Paul Ray- portion of a school levy as has s. R. Johns I

I can now handle your long haul Truck Liability- mond, Mrs. Hubert Priest, and I been earmarked PHONE
Insurance and on terms. Mrs. L. B. Alvarez.

Truck Drivers Accident Insurance, $12.50 per year. This has now happened In Brow-

Long haul Cargo Insurance $50 per M. per year. ard. Honest compliance with the

Come see us or Phone No. 146 for details. "THIS IS SERVICE" court order will enable schools and 45NEAR
I ll I school creditors to hog such a & Sons

large share of the collectable tax
HAROLD C. WALL AgencyAll 'c'' 6; revenues of the county authorities -

fear the general county and THE S A. L. DEPOT

l Lines of Dependable Insurance local refunds will collapse. Col- CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR
lateral danger is that the cities of

Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale are

responsible for the debts of Ever-

glades port should the Port Au- GU

thority fall down.8MONTHS. 63c

h@ -. 24 LBS.GRITS .

.-It has become obvious -

as budget making time arrives -

j I i ST JAMES, Minn. Did you 'I that the Murphy law Is actually -

ever see anything like this before I going to curtail most school 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs.

1 When the price of butterfat went terms to eight months next year. 21c 22p

too low, August Goette, who lives Last term Manatee County ab- SUGARQuart

near Mankato, Minn., fed his sur- ruptly closed school doors a month

plus milk to his pigs, but not out early rather than run a deficit. 10 Lbs.

of a bottle. The picture shows the Pinellas for instance ended a nine-'I 19c 19c

husky little fellows getting their monther in debt. Now Hillsboro MEALMAXWELL SALAD DRESSING
FROM MARKET and Duval in recent
: BACK dinner from the original source, years paying I
e and Miss Bossy doesn seem to a bonus each year or boosting pay

ARE BACK FROM THE NEW mind It either. levels, scrape and scramble to dig : HOUSE 3 Lbs.

YES YORK WE STYLE SHOWS. AFTER THE --. enough funds for eight months, 25c 20c
THE All in schools lost COFFEE NECK BONES
MOST IRRESISTABLE LINE OF LADIES Although the "Big City" likes to taxes, slot licenses, most delinquent -:

READY-TO-WEAR THAT HAS EVER picture Its people as plus-ultra taxes because of the Murphy 5 Lbs. Fcy Long Horn
BEEN SHOWN IN STARKE. IT'S TEDI- law. Next legislative desks
the fact
sophisticates! is that they 17c 19C
THOUSANDS OF STYLES THOSE differ little from inhabitants of open angry RICEWhole CHEESE

WE THINK WILL BECOME OUR the smallest town in the country. changed school teachers close

FRIENDS AND NOT CRIPPLE THEIR Scratch a city slicker and you theirs
POCKETBOOKS'! BUT WE ENJOYED turn up a yokel. or Half Fancy Yellow

EVERY MINUTE OF IT-JUST AS WE For years the movies have over- BEAR,-Jim Lee, comptroller, FARRIS HAMS 25p BANANAS 5 Lbs. 13c
KNOW YOU'RE GOING TO ENJOY SEE- played the gag of the small-town- has a bear by the tall. Gunningin ,

ING THEM IN OUR SHOPPE VERY ers rushing down to the railroad Miami for one-half percent

SOON.WE'RE station every day to watch the gross sales tax; Jim Lee grinned 2 Lbs. Western
"Limited" whizz through The up his sleeve when Miami Merchants 25c 25c

rustics were credited with derivIng staged a Crocodile tear 'i( OLEO PORK CHOPS, Lb. _

their chief amusement from show by having a butcher close
this simple pleasure. his store in protest, dramatically i

But it's a different story now. turn his keys over to Lee. But WTHEMS 19c
When two of the major eastern most of the boys paid their tax. Fancy Fryers

railroads Inaugurated streamline In Jax, Jim went agunnlng again. !

,I II tralnsthey've( had streamliners But this time he really caught a

I out west for years now-the new bear when he slapped a U .OOO

schedules were widely ballyhooed, lien on Mayor Blume's chain of COMPLETE LINE OF

with the result that hundreds of twenty groceries. This sum represented

FOLKS people gathered at the metropolitan the tax which had accumu- Native and Western Meats
;' SAILING TOO, stations and crossings-to see ,. lated in three years. while Blume

the train go by. litigated. His tax is one-half per
AND YOU'LL Somehow that cent on sales plus a stiff flat
OF OUR SUMMER FROCKS- "plus-ultra sophistication -
ESPECIALLY AT THESE GREATLY Is a little hard to charge for each store per year. YELLOW PEANUT

REDUCED PRICES swallow. Nearer the truth is the When. the Hen was filed the own- 1,7 S 140

LOT NO. 2 fact that actually the "Big City" ers promptly declared themselves F CORN MEAL F
LOT NO. 1 U only an overgrown country town bankrupt; folded. ,

1.35 1.98 crowded with a lot of people who This act was originally passedin

Values up to 2.98 Values up to 3.98 mill like to watch trains go by.- 1935 frankly aimed at killing E Cincy Laying Laj,40 c. s. 50 E

r LOT NO. 3 Tallahassee Democrat. foreign owned chain stores. Iron- MASH MEAL 1

i .p __ __ B a .. ically, after three years, the law E
"got" a chain-owned by Jax's mayor E
If EXCOM Acid oStomach*.i
Values up to S 00 FREE!r you .insof one of the state's outstanding CINCY GRAY
citizens. With double Irony, almost I
Ulcera 1,90 1:65. D
HIGHER PRICED DRESSES REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY Bloating,Gas,Heartburn, Indigestion,Botching, to the day that Blume f&dcd o SCRATCH SHORTS ]

ASP and Winn-Lovett paid aheadof
CLAR JEAN SHOPPEPHONE Naucoa, get a Iree samp!. of UDGA
time their taxes totaling $112-
and a free Interesting booklet atCARPENTER'S WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGSmT
97 OR 34 AT ANYTIME 800 to help a state treasury empty

because the local patriots hold out



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FOR CAMP I Electric Lights Replace Minor Boon Enjoyet' S

Flickering Kerosene liy Resort Every t

Lamp Summer Consolidation And New
[ Take Part
Will/ F
Mr Trustees To lie ;

Greatest Peace-Time 1 KIIIKHI, | Lake Is going to row Usually during/ the summel Vt Voted On iI

Maneuver 01 perhaps we should say, town months there is a minor boom tr ii

3iT&L .f. cuing to Klngjiley\: Luke. real estate and new home "< ,nnstrucllon

y Civilization, with all Its debate on Kingsley\: Lake flu Five names will appear on the

gtsK' ,nit! of the Florida Na bin" benefiiH Is Laying a heavy fin season IH no exception. The followIng ballot to be used l in t the consolidation -

???,,' ,uuartlf, Headquarters Co. f ,- i' on rolling hills and crystal activity has been reported tiuBtce election to be held

2411 infanti' ,, will leave Sunday, ,tear water six miles east of here, Cottage for Fred Cone ( not ihi .ai'Yd here Tuesday They are: L. D.

IUX| u tm participation In the Twilight hour,. whose silence Governor) on the north aide or Green, C. J. Powell, and O W.
to be stag.d not was broker While, the Board of Trustees
rim"i'' vrmv maneuvers many yean ego the lake Is nearing completion present -
n, tlrst fourteen days In Aug- only by the pla-ctivo cull of whippoorwills Klngsley's Mr. Cone Is frorr and S. E. Sparks and Elmo

..st, ,,1rill' DeSoto National Forst \ Is now npt to bring Gainesville. "RTFPOB" K Struth, whoso names will appear -
Mississippi rorth the raucous strains of "Flal I I at the request of a petition
of the guard here art I Fool Floogle with Floy Floy." For Framing Is up for the home olOr !' CHESTER N Y One''' signed by freeholders in this district -
Members and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, ol
the of the latest studio portraits
over the trip with man has come eiectrlcltj; .
'nthuHiastlc Jacksonville This\ will be a Rood :
associate -
of N. Cardoso,
have ever made and] with electricity have com
they 'I The main issues to be decidedare
farthest and Is built oc
sized house being Justice of the United StateSupreme
from home as a unit. They will radios. the west side of the lake near the 1, Court, who succumbed whether or not Starke DistrictNo.
lioln forces with more than 60,000Ln ( I q n Yes. Night Is no longer a peace 3 and Boatdrain District No.
e old Peek place I recently of a heart ailment at the I
from various points In the ful Interval punctuated by the lap 17 shall consolidate and the election
Bert Wall has purchased a good home of Judge Irving Lehman In
Fourth and Eighth Corps Areas IIxbat 4 ping of waves and the chirping ol I ; of three trustees who will take
sized tract on the southwest side Port Chester N. Y. Justice Car
Ibeen described as the crickets. The glittering path ol : I office thirty days later If the consolidation -
rom the Biggs' estate. cloza. who was 68 was appointed ;
maneuver ever Is asunder bj 1 Issue carries If majority -
pence-time i the rising moon split a
greatest Some folks get a lot of & to the high bench by President
al- and Mrs. Fletcher Burnett,,
"It will Mr.
staged In the South. aquaplanes and the once still hours I of freeholders in either district -
comfort from a pipe: others
Hoover In 1032.
Lost l be like a real war" one ol like to tell their troubles to are often made horrid by the un- of Gainesville\ have completed t a I -- -- votes against consolidation

the guardsmen said. I a faithful clog Mrs Mary muffled sound of speedboat ex cotage on the north side. I the issue will be defeated and the
The maneuvers will Include the d hausts. Mrs. Mamie McCoy has added I old Board of Trustees In each district
Adams Dicks, of Hampton
Liution ''It tactical problems over I Lake enjoys both and consequently .. vn1 Just as lightning; bugs gave way another story to the bath house ol I COMMITTEESNAMED will continue in office until

unfamUiai ground and under condition I; as this picture to Indian camp fires HO! did campfires her place purchased last year I next year

emulating as nearly as I I would indicate, must reach rotrtat before kerosene from (the Biggs' estate : Inspectors In the> Starke district
I '
'LomibU' rhose of actual conflict. I, the height of contentment.A lamps, and lamps, in their turn, Several other deals for properly will be F. A. Scott, Adam Green.
the scat headquarters company picturesque character in become
.rill m" >n especially Important I, her large sun hat and braided + r ,.f elech'tCbuBeth'r' for reading until final arrangement I FOR ROTARYFine In the Uoatdrain district Inspvctors -
Lri' 'hi' activities since It acts hair, Mrs. Dicks enjoys of course: but removing once have been made will be K L. Lee Eugene3riffls

las and, communlca- ol .. _A_ i Chum
(\ orains' I I modest fame locally as a and for all the atmosphere ; -- ----- Cal GIlHHon, and
of the battalion. I, that lurked In Lewis. Voting wll take place at
done; -nti i I fortune teller. She albo augu- friendly mystery !
rni, ,ntir' Floiida NationalGuard ments this Income by renting J the shadows of mOl
>th the exception of the :,: boats to. mnermen.HUGHES. -- .. In the days of flickering kerosene Mrs Carrie Mary Shaw, a r"HI-1 Dean MalherluWednesday I school house.

Co' illery regiment which ;I lamps.No dent of Biooker for many Usually fewer than 100 freeholders -

nil uiiti it Key West, will be ono t --- longer does the early riserunprUe died early Sunday In a Jacksonville turn out for a trusteeikctiuii

yam' he Third Army maneuvers i silvery bass swimming hlspltal. For the past four I II In Sturke, but greater Interest -

1'1\1 units in this state for FIVE CASES i I lose to shore In the cathedral; : genre she hud resided with her i I An Irwpli'Ing talk on "The Challenge Is expected to be shown next
ihi ,' ..vel'al! years have been WAS FASTER I II hush of a Kingsley Lake dawn. daughter, Miss Wilma Shaw, In Tuesday as the result of a suitpending
Florida Citizenship" was
IIIKT' iing a type of training pre I I They too have followed suit of the' Jacksonville I Club Wednesday between the present
TRIED II given lit the notary -
,para rot the tactical work DOCTOR CONTRASTS SPEEDY I I Indliins and have fled to deeper A native of Adel, Ga, she came I by Walter J. Matherly, dean of I L'oard of Trustees and the Board
nwill undertake In the I TRAVELLING NOW : of Public Instruction! concerning
> ': I II retreats to Florida' when fourteen yearsold ;I the College of BuHlnexs Administration -
Mi5( >i9 ippi forest. Regimental WITH PAST familiar member of the Baptist the appointment of a principal for
a,1 HERE TUESDAYCounty Passing also Is the and was a I I at the University of }<'IOI'I I
ramp hove' been conducted for I, 1910 I used to ,I squeak of the rusty pump al- Church. She Is survived by 1 I the high school here next year
umbel >f years until last summa "Back before Miss Wilma Shuw,, ida.The I: The School Board contends t that If
I horse and buggy, and 1thought i'oacly replaced many Instances six daughters, speaker outlined a four-
maneuvers were drive a the cotiHolIllation of the two distilcti -
when brigade I of "running water. Jacksonville\ ; Mis Pearl Jones,, I
1 I was flying If I got a : by the luxury point program for the developmentof
held u rump McClellan Ala. Court Scaff, Clearwater I la approved next Tuesday the
i would ten miles an Judge's Lumpers who once slaked their and Mrs. Elmo ; the state us follows:: I II .
that go
.-- II mare' recalled Dr W E. Holds C.iefSessioll ; blast by drln.ung deep from the Mis. Laura Howe, Zolfo Springs:, I 1. To formulate a state-wide new Hoard of Trustees, rather ,e

Tommyhaivks Discovered hour receiving Middle-I : lake Itself must use caution today, Mrs Ida/ Shaw, Fort Pierce, andSire. program of cooperation In which I'I'I Limn the old one will have the
ton as he was I
of I landing In New i I for' alas, the suifuce is all to oftenLoated Emma Shaw Tampa; three : North. Central Went, and South I right to nominate next yeur'a prln-
discovery of the
An interesting I .
ports and his four : with a film of Baseline following sons, J. F Shaw, Raiford; L. C Florida would be forgotten Inworking cipII!
menu Indian tommyhawks was of Howard Hughes -- I I .
In the wake of myriad Thaw Lake Butler, and Leonard I of the ----- -- --- -
who had Just completed brief,, for the welfare entire ,
a tried In a
nude o> workmen while digging flying mates I Five cases were
"kicker" boats Shaw Tampa; a grandson, AlbertHardce I state.
\port Hole on Dr. M. B. Herlong's a round-the-world flight session of county judge's court other I RETURN
I and 10 sec- : :: And who remembers dumping Jacksonville;; I 2. To promote increasing
property on Little Lake Sante Fe. I 91 hours, It minutes here Tuesday--the first since
the big cake of ice from the saw grandchildren, and several II wealth and Income/ for the state. I!
burled only FROM BUYING
The were onds. I
weapons ,
I fall.John dust-filled crokcr bag In which It great-grandchildren. 3. To participate In state and
about eighteen Inches underground Dr. MUiileton bought his first Robinson, Reno negro, was I I from Funeral services were held Tuesday .
for the long trip local government
In pun' sand Handles had long I automobile in 1910 to use In his found guilty of fraud and was fin- wan packed in horsu-nnd-buggy at 11 A. M. In the New Hope 4. To work for the advancement MEW MERCHANDISE WILL
I I town to lake BEGIN ARRIVING AT
since rotted out and only the hard and those SOON
practice of medicine ed $25 and costs or ninety daysIn Church. Interment was In education
Baptist and
Ice is delivered of culture
flint heads remain. Dr. Herlong hardsurfaced with having days? Nowadays CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE"EnthuMlasmplus"
before charged
the days Juil. He was under the direction -
were to the doors of those who New Hope Cemetery Dean Matherly stressed the fact
believe that warring Indian tribes I roads and ti set of tires did pretty obtained groceries from Pow- regularly do not have electric refilgera- of Key-McCabe funeral that cities and towns like people, only partially -

BUS) have ui one time maJe peace well to last: 3.000 miles. Top ell's commlsary under promise to and yet milk and the mornIng home, Jacksonville The body rested have definite personalities, and (describes the attitude of Mrs.
tau mined the hatchet" on this speed of automobiles in work out his bill but refused to I ore, your of her J. F '
I cruising also: appear like clock- at the home son that a community must have aili'aslng Icunetto KlncHl'le and Mrs, C. C.

!spot! ___ I those days was around 12 miles an come through when the time came j work.paper Thaw, In Redford, until 10 A. M I ( pel Humility, In order to at- loppe concerning their week's trip

---- hour. to labor. : No longer does the timid man Tuesday, when the funeral cortege irac-t visitors and I new re lilents. i> the fashion centers of New York

H'ainu-right, Announces The Howard Hughes flight covered James Davis, Luwtcy negro, was to slip down to the lake fori left for Brooker. I A report' of the district meetingheld In behalf of their recently opened
about 14.080 miles-several found guilty of shooting and killing In Lake euily this week 'lar-Jeuii .
--- ---- City ShoppeAlong
N i> Wainwright, Jr., local In- I cool dip at bedtime without br:>n- --- -- i
surant' man today stated that hewill i thousand less than the distance I II I a cow belonging to Susie lIazla,1. fit of bathing suit. Flashlight WHA !given by C II Nil-worthy, about the first of August,

m a cimdidate for Mayor of travelled each year by Dr. Mld- I He was fined $25:\ and costs rind glaring spotlights/ crlHS-ciosn Three For CCC pieslilrnt of tho club. I Ilh.. npw merchandise, which they

StarKi' i the September city election I UUton in visiting his patients. He 1 The cow was killed by Davla while 'I through the night and are Just as Henry Stokes and l Ralph Mott I The following com in It ten appointments i 7iilnntakln/,\ly selected from dozens
that moat country doctors running out of his field darkness and Preston Whltt-I for the new year were of shown, will begin Coming
MI Wainwright formerly says I iipt to pick him out of the nf Brol>ker', i style
*rvi) m the City Council and will travel n distance about equal Robert Keen, of Lake City was as not. Leld I, of Luwtey, were taken by the( announced: ht I and! .among the Innovations will
round-thc-woild trip in ayear's of lurceny and fin- I In itslecent Alms and Objects Committee: he the doll hut which was
has wr, prominently Identified to a convicted petit picture? It Is not Civilian Conservation Corps I Agnes'
Will ''hi business and political af- I time. ed $5 and, costs. lie was chargedwith I A gloomy such These changes enlistment I Leslie Shepherd, chairman; Robert 'cutured by a full page of pictures

fali i n(' county for many yeiirs. I "And if anyone asks you. It refusing to pay for some intended bound as to come with the advent _- -- .. .---- ---, Clark' Arch Thomas, Mark n Life magazine! recently. These
I were
good horse to go ten 1 eioas ties obtained from W. H. Ilerlonic. fly chapeaux are "what's next"
.--- took a pretty hardxurfuccd road and Hooks Now Open
I hour," Dr Middleton said fhaw. of Brooker, The jury alsolecommumlert I I i Club Service Committee: In ladies' millinery according to 1,
of Kingsley by people ..
the dlscoverv ; City rporlatrittlnn books are now I>rtH rfr (r'lnrlr, r-hnlrtnun".n, },t eShepherd .
-- ,
; will\ be: admiring: the 250-mile: an hourpace tnat Air Keen pay around. I those in the know
Morning worship services In for hundreds, of miles open and will remain;; I open through; Mark Heilong, Fled
I ttmuu, Church set by the Hughes recordbreakers. for the tiesJohn I Mrs Klnrald und Mrs Hoppe
r. It the Methodist This lake of hikes Is too Ideal to Saturday, August 13. City tax I
I tune", 11 o'clock by the pas I Hall was convicted of r'clc'l, be kept forever secret and Indeed, bi/oka close August 1. Stump Club Service -- CluSHlficatlons: state hat they were very fortunate -

tor m. Rev Frank Robinson The I _--- .... less driving and received a suspended he must be a very selfish person -- --- .- In making arrangements withn
wbjcci! for the morning will beTh I ENDS sentence from the court. who would watt to keep it so. Addledrooln N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Joe E. I, resident\ buyer who will represent
Task of Religion." Special CAREER He was charged with having dam- I Kingsley has been discovered! T. Frank Landrum. them ut showing of new styles
I Wilson
music will be furnished by the aged the radiator of an automobile But no amount of kicker boats or A downstairs bedroom has been ServiceMembership Com throughout the year thus keepingthe

choir ana special Instrumental muck ,I belonging to C. C Wynn, of blaring radios can completely spoilits added to the home of Congressman Club I Clar-Jean Shoppe here right

| Mil be by Mrs. E. K. Perry- Hampton. Mr. Hall conducted his charm for white sand and blue R A. Green, on Walnut St. Mrs. mittee Joe :E. Wilson, chairman; Elmo up to the minute with the rest of

......_._.. I, own defense, assisted by Percy I water still combine In the hollow Green and their young son Robert R. Struth, Nat Sternberg, T. K. i the fashion world.

Church school convenes at 10 Griffin of Hampton. between the fcJUa and no Inroads of I'I Alexis, Jr. returned from Gainesville McCIune Although the merchandise soon

I o'clock w B. Sewell who has I Bay Boy Hampton Lawtey negro I civilization can ever change that I last week and are at hometo Club Service Attendance Committee I to be received here will representthe

*> ably taught the Bible Class for! I' received the only "not guilty" phenomenon. their friends here. : I newest creations of all the best

| sometime has been transferred to'' verdict of the day. He was accused I Elm, R Struth, Bill\ Graham W. 'houses In New York, they will be

the Young Adult Class and all of shooting at cattle belonging GANG ABOLISHED H. Hart. 'I'I sold In Starke at very moderate
members of this class especiallYIre to A. H. Green. \ Club Service -- Program Committee i prices, the owners of the CIMr.II 7
> _____ ___ I are able to offer
Invited to attend this Sunday. +- : ,II Jean say They
Mm{ 0 W White has taken over I Clarence C. Hoppe, chairman; I the same styles at less money because -

the> teaching of the Bible Class Picnic At KingsleyMembers : i Harry Benson, Bill Graham, Nut I of their email overhead In

Willis Frank Robinson Is sub- of the Temple Baptist Sternberg, comparison with the large stores

"Ituting temporarily In the Inter- Church of Jacksonville\ are holding Club Service-.Fellowship Com- In big cities
S5r"I .--- .
| lI1edlate class. their annual picnic at Kingsley P..r P. mittee!

The evening Young People's T Frank Landrum, chairman; I .
Beach today.
Meeting will be held In the Church I --- *__ fl W P. Smith Bill Mundy, Elmo i
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Stliool building beginning prompt- Struth I i.ir Ip
ly at 7 o'clock Members of the t To Preach At ThersssaThe Club ServiceInformation Committee R

I f,' y P U will be special guests I I Rev. W. T. McGuire will :

this meeting and all young peo- II hold services at the Theressa Jf Jim Carlisle chairman; David
li lie .ar" cordially invited to attend. Church Sunday morning Carpenter E. L. Matthews.
I I I Christian night at 1 Club Service -- Pub. Information d joys-
at 11 A. M. and Sunday Wnr i.
.nTl" evening worship service for :
\ SKa the 8PMIIOOSEVELT Matthews, chairman, Marcus
groups will be held In K. L
1 Church beginning at 8 o'clock The I I I --- .------- 1Jy Brown, Mark Herlong, W. H. Pa says a bald headed; man walk
I ed Into barber shop and askedIf
UbJl'Ct TO
for be
the will Bart
evening of the '& could cut hU hair
I France.--One barber
LIVing our lives." A feature of PARIS, WASHINGTON Following a I Club Service--Club Publication: the
Ute service will be the congregational most recent pictures to have .been 79yearold summer cruise that will take him E. L. Matthews chairman; T I without taking his collar off and
Sr. and
I Inaull. looked him over
: made of Samuel and Galapagos Islands K. McClane, Fred Stump. the
singing of familiar gospe f to the Coco 4
magnate.Mr collar
fallen utilities I said, yes Just leave your
bogy, i : President Roosevelt said be f Club Service-Muslo Committee:
Prayer Insull died at the Paul-Mar- Pensacola, from Benson, chairman; David and hat both on. j;
meeting will be conduct be would land at Harry
: tel on Wednesday evening at 8 ]| matton hospital In Paris after July which point he would take a train I' Carpenter, Leslie Shepherd, T. K. Ma says a man want In a barbershop
O'clock, had collapsed on the street Ga. Plans call McClane. I and told the barber he want-
by the Board of Stewards. : wrote finis to i i1MI' for Warm Springs
W. P Smith, chairman of th I 16 A heart atack whichhe for a one day visit at Warm I take Club ServiceSegeantatarms: ed a close hair cut but after It was
Board Insull's career during will probably ATLANTA, Ga.These Georgia convicts: are happy as they chairman 8111 done he told the barber he
will have charge of the pro- countless Springs, Ga.. and he The chains have E. L. Matthews
cram had made and lost \ at Pensacola on August 10. the shackles from their ankles for the last time. Graham. Clayton Priest t wouldn't hav It that way.

..- : millions. :Mr Insull came to his\Parts frequent -| arrive The length of time he will have In been banned in Georgia In line with the state's new prison reform of convict program (Continued On Page 8)) By W. L. George.A" 1G
of for the punishment
one will be permitted
the Hand fl rearms were first used In a few weks ago abroad.on iP I the city is not definitely known. I I I i They not even

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III AROUND THE WORLD IN FOUR DAYSF ,I Uncle Sam Gets \oinn volt OF TAX 5.i"I i>>IOK.IMrttsle i.i4: >% IIOM !I'oa'td: ;' *power Ol'U'I'of, I'ublli:vested OK Inslrui In them.t lion t the t..r11t'"f..I'd 'Jl 1"\IX.II.. ....I.C.:0.Illl \KOHU:. PIIOIItlT 4'OhJ.! ;]. the. NOTICfJ It'.uril of IS
( Mill !>o. Kill) .r HKUlf.iMl, .
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culls an llH.isi''rI. 1,1111| S I '
hereby IN 1
I Haul InState's NOTICE IS i IIKUI01IY i 0 IIVK.V: That I County 'hold' I
Biggest a '
I r. M Brownlee., holder of Talc Cer- vt.'itlon! I In Bontrtraln. Sub School OF n. S. Ill'MPHRRY, mlHHlonei-H meeting in I n I h,, ,, "''II
I ilflciite I No. 070 Issue the It h.. day District No. 17 and Htarke.. !Sub DECEASED(; (',,iult. HOUNI' Kunni. | ,t, ,''It' '"
be hold in |III on',, ,. "
,1, to .o"y
History :School, District No
| of August A 1) 1H33: has filed sameIn FIN\L NOTICMNOTH'R on Augtlxt, Int. S I
IJoallralnN'ho,1 \
office July 20. IIKIII: In the IIVI3N: that | "
my .and has made application IS HKRKBY
Of '
House lind I In the City I Hall 2tith \ llPlirlllg, '',,''1'1" h.
( for a tax deed to be Issuedthereon Ihe( undersigned will on the ownern .
I Hald, certificate embraces In the town of Clarke to deteriniflitwhether day of July. A D. 19.18, present' to or airi-iiis ,.| i 1;, ,"i ,<. 'nor
JACKSONVILLE. J. Edwin minal ,
-- I ihe following deHcrlbed. property In or not Dlstilct. No. 17 shall thetiii.rfttii; : County Judge; oflliadford IJI..IIMU" ,h., K,
Larson. United States collector of the County of Bradford State ofl"lorida ciiiiMolldale, wit\ h sturke District No. County. Florida his final whlt'h AHHe have.. been fj'. .1 i,1', '' "l ty Hi>r of
1.. it :a to elect three trustees and aerermlne account and vouchers as Administrator TMX.H ""I"H'i ,
-w : return
internal for Florida the
revenue says amount of mlllage to by Hoard. !I''".d
South Half of Southeast QuarIcr / cum tentamento annexode
that federal tax collections In this of Northeast Quarter Section he assessed 1 against said consolidated bonls nun of the Kstnte of H. S. ny order: "f lii.. 1":.".MII. ,I .f ,'
('ulliml..I ....., '
ensuing twoyears. < Ii. nt,
state for the fiscal which 18 Township t> South district for the Humplirey." Deceased and at said
20 The managers. for said election then and there make application A. .1 Tlio11.. .,
Mange 22 Bant, containing time, ''I. ,
fi 'ended June 30 amounted to $42.I ,- Acres more or less.The : will bet to I h. said Judge for a final I
\ ( f I 596995.63the largest amount ever assessment of the said property HOATDRAIN: settlement of his administration of !'\o'rlt..: -
4 : under the said. certificate Is- Cal Gllssnn said estate, and for an order din-
Uncle Sam In FlorIda'lI Notice III
pocketed by -
.. hereby
_ shed was In the name of Unknown. R... .-L.--LeI'jUgene- ....,...- ,'ha"lI'lnlf.him an Htich Administrator-! It. lucy. t.iiii_ ___...iii.. .iit........ Sit., ,..."II,, I", '" ,,
vtiiina ae uonis. -- n. .n. ,, '-
history. Unless said certificate shall be cum teatumento annexo ,\

i I The collector said the figure property redeemed described according therein to law.will the be STAKKK Flan: Lewis lion.Date'! thin, the IDth day of May. Fin&dlteportutui1I,11,1 on AUl UII Ii. A I. I"I',"" ,"101",

; represented a twenty percent Increase sold to the highest bidder at the F. A. Scott! A. D. 1938.HKRMAN. 'cluck" ,,A. H. .ppl) I,, tt !I' K'I
"I"'y" Ii. Cnllnty
court house door on the first Monday Adam Oreen H. WHIDHAM .111,111") "r, ,i'M
the total of ford
over $35,410- !!. J. Sullivan Co."ly. l"Ioi'Iii i ,,,, '
In the month of September AM Administrator cum textamento "" ,
II 976.79 for the fiscal which Oruham Boyd ..h'LI''o It. Adlninist' .";", ..r, .. E"
year lH.lft.: which In the 5lh day of September : annexo de bonls non of the tate ot William h .
F ,
I I closed June 30 1937. He added 19.18.Itntetl 7-1-41-7-22. I IO'I'I R. S. Humphrey Deceased. Thle July 12th. ISatr. M..11 01." ,,

I I that the Increase In the Florida ( this. $:21st 8F3AL: day of July 1938.OJo'l"ICIAI. > ('K OF 'SCI.l'l OK TAX I 5-27-91-7-22. 7.G-4t-8.1I. i.,. IIh'Jo ,,,, \,'",',

figure was In line with greater collections A. J. THOMAS, <'..111'rlFU"1'M! I NO-IICK OF APPLICATIONKOI
IS HldKKRY: lIVEN that i
Clerk of Circuit Court of
all over the country. filed with me TAX JIM:HI) I NOTIC'R OPHtLK -
Bradford Florida. John Toplln haH I OP Tit
Comparative figures released by 7-22-Bt-8-19 County written request that the tax certificated Senate. 11111 No. 18:ONOTK'E CEII'r""ItA.rtHNO'l'ICJo1 : :

; Larson Included: together with all subsequent I IS HEREBY HIVKN. That IH HBRBHY: iinf\\ | : '
omitted or levied talon held by the Perry Newsom, holder of Tax Certificates I'' ,tn.. B. Thomas hn.. fll.il; ,( ,'hat
Income taxes In Florida this APPLICATION Foil ""tom.I;
Hold to the
State be advertised and Numbered respectively, written request thin I Ih.I, i .
TAX D :.KI 1\
year. 22520005.89; last year $18- o. llliNOTICK : > highest. bidder for i-avh as providedby 1/14 of 837 Issued August 7, 19,1.1: tlflcnte together with' .,11 I, ,,''/
49912401. IS HEHKHy C1IVKN ThatJ. Chapter 18298 of the 19.17: act and I I/HI nf 8:19: \ Issued August 7, fluent omitted 01' let ",'01( t ,,. 1i'ld"
S. of the 1-fKlHlnuiie.. upon the follow- 19'I3.: tins filed same In my ofrice by the State. be a.lv"11'1' l ,, i
: Happ, Jr. holder of Tax Certificate It '"w
Corporate taxes this $6.- 'IIIII' described real estate In the to the highest .
year blddei
No. 226. Issued the 2nd day and him made application for tax i ", -Ii,
: County of Bradford Htate of Florida be Issued thereon. Saidcertificates .provided by ChnpiiM,' i !'
: .. 046057.20; last year $4,369,151.59. of July A. D. 1934 has filed) same deed to i" ""h.
lo-wjt) : embraces 19:17: act of I lie I., gisiriM ,
respectively / "
Payroll taxes for social securityand In my office" and hits made application 101"... 7 8. i'"'''"
for I Inx deed. to be Issued I 8WVi of N'K" 4 Tp. the following described properties the followliiif (II'", 11"I("| | | ..
railroad pensions this year thereon Said a l certiritute embraces It. 21 K.. containing 40 Acre, In the County of Bradford, State I In the County of BIIt".1, N, ", ""I''
"laot"HJ lees. or Florida, .to-w i t:: Florida, to-wit :
$1.600,059.51; last year $2,382 I the following I described property In The to lie Hold are evidenced
the County of State of of cettlflcate No. embraces Heir at NK c.r of I.:' .
I'.raclfoid of 1934 and 1/14/ .I t "1" ,
I 451 3tv.
19772 Florida, lo-wlf, I I I :by certificate No. for the Lot Fortv-one In ( .,(,, of SKH: of NN'.. & !:?,", \1 _11
Miscellaneous taxes this year Lots 2.1, 24. 2B. 26 In Wood- repreHent 1113 to ItHH.unpaid I both inclusIve amounting year- lawn Section 30 Township 5 pt., s ior. ft. K :L'IO rt' ... l'' f'I.
$9.121,397.3last; 9881. IIMVII Section I 17 Township 6 to $53.92.! Smith H..nl22 East containing Beg. Ce"'. 2$, 1'1"; ,' __
year. South, I llaiixe 22 Boat, containing 10 Acres, more or less. RllBt.
I 925.51. .: 40 Acres, more 01 less.The I I ALSO: K'" of SKVt of NEV4 & of Certificate No. 839. embiaces The taxea. to be Mold ,.. ,
1/16/ ""I i
Tn: breathless record of circling the globe In less than four days I 101\1"' ''. of SRH of NEV4 Sec. 4 Tp -d
I Larson explained that this item assessment of I the said properly : HOI Lot Fotty, in Woodlawn by certificate NH- ,J : i ,, .
bel') ,gi to Howard Hughes millionaire sportsman pilot who Is shown under the said certificate Issued i 7 a. II. 22: i': containing Section. 80 Township 5 South I 111:11: & 19:13:| roMpi-i 'in., i h ,'", '

. abi '. ,. i ding in triumph up Dro>ldway. Hughes and his companions I last year- Included the big estate I was In the name of 1'lIknown.1 I I I The AcreH InxeH, .more to or be Hold leHH.are evidencedby Range 22 1>Rust containing, 10 resent unpaid tax., f5 i .p.. '
I III.'IO: to I : ,
tax collected after the death ofAlfred UnleHS suit certificate ci'es, more or lessThe III.-IH both in IM ,
cut in* ',mlf Ihe record time for flying/ around the world when they "'"''''''01.,1 accordlns I ; to lawS thenoperty certificate No. (lOll!) and 1373 of lug to $77.08.At.MO .
I I. duPont. (Itt.lO: and U:13.: rexpectlvely.. and represent I assessment of the Maid property
Ianci-'d. ,it their starting point In New York last Friday, completing a .:::! deser, :I I. ....d'h..I''I! will. .!bemini unnalil taxes for the y"a"8IUP under 1/14 of said Certificate u,_......_All.. ._SIO.>/.__. of" .s\\i... \,\' ,
circuit In 91 hours and 14 minutes. K i m? nufiiesi oiutier ac toe to lOIIA: both Inclusive, amount-i No. fi7: was I" the nAn".f Unknown IIIHIIWIly III oel' "i. IriuiS S.
mile .
14.82) .
II ,
1'IIIC'I IT (.0111.. lM> FOil 'fillrt" bfiuse door on, the first Monday anil the assessment of the i I- ) I ItllllK.1' : ;
Tlv y clipped almost four days from the historic time made by ..IIU..OIlU 4 01 ,\'I'V. KI.OII- In I the month of September I IIIK ALSO to $78.29.: 4 A. Com. at NW Cor of said property under I/1A of .....101C""I'llf1."te Ins. 16 Acres, more or I....
'n\ l\ tlltl.ltI.: UM4.: uhlt-h Is the lith day of Sepimber rt,'I.lit 'ot; ,'" tt. l>.. Ml,111 .IIl I
Wile -'oflt In his solo flight in 1933. covering virtually the same j NWl't NRW\ & Run, S 420 ft, No. 839 was In the name
I.V "'111": NAMM OK THlwrATN 19:18.: l>y certificate No. Stii of 1':1:
10 nio: rt. N 210 fl.V 420 ft, of Vnl.n"vn.trnl.
rout 'hut requiring more than seven days to do it. Post avernged OK FLORIDA: Dated. this 14th., day of July 1938. Sec. ievpHent I the unpaid( 1 ,iiVHII ",,' t, .Ii-
210 ft W 210 ft to beg. .
N .
.... said certificate, shall he
while and his .It uppuurlnir\ by affidavit filed In (OFFICIAL URAL' : : '1 1M2 til r I1.1II, IpHlhuinolintliifr ,,' I Iii,, I
only 8.:: miles an hour Hughes crew sensationally steppedit ) 5 Tp. 7 14, It. 22 Ii, containing redeemed' according to hw. I the ""oH
that rita I fl caaee I In ,'I'''cult I (Court A. J. THOMAS, less to $ 19.30.
up 10 approximately 161. Hiiulfoid. County, Florida. In C'hanrery clerk of circuit Court of The 4 Acres taxes' more to be or Hold are evidencedby properties described therein will I I be :-11 11 taX i''u'tifiit'e. I l.u< .tl 1 .,

They had roared across the grey Atlantic Ocean, on the 3.641- entitled, Clarence Mattlen Bradford, County,I Florida.7irr certificate Nos. 34t and I3H2: of sold court-house, to the door highest the bidder First at Monday the 111"Io"t"ln"| "I oiiilttiil I ,l ...1, i ,..,\
I -
taxed will be ,. .
York In sixteen hours and I'lalntlff VK. Mary Belle Battled, t-8-l2. 11)21) ) and respectively: and repifBi.nl Hold i I. in I > .1
mile hop from New to Paris. : thirty-five In the Month of August 1UJ8. bidder lit I the Pout thiMi, .. ,
defendant and the relief prayedfor i- .1.| i In
minute '. better than twice as fa.st us Lindbergh made It In his "Lone being, : divorce; That the defendant 'Nrtl'H M OF \PPI.ITU .. to unpaid Ills. both taxes Inclusive for the, amount-y"urllID2. whIch Is the tat day or August A. M.uUe; on the 22nd dav : J ,'.
IH a reHldent, of a Htate or County : I D.: 18.18. A.I I 111 .'. at I II :OO o'rlock .\ M r
than decade Then went to '
on they .
more a 75. i
I Eagle ago. unknown, the and 01IItl'U: lag to $32 fiaU'il this 28th: day of June, D.lli'd, I his the Jnd, I "I
plaInt itt. ,1 I
!XOTICK IM HldltlSBY! OIVRN.Thnt: I ALSO: N14' of SWVi' of NKVi of
flUMMa .Iberia,, across the Bering Strults to American soil once more hat thertIS D I III\S:\ !
I In the
no pei'Hon Htateof
.eonu KngllHh holder. of Tax Ceriricate S\VV4\ Sec. 22 Tp. 6 8. H. 22 R., 14.1."I"Jo'1
Jo'I"I.11l advice of 'OFFICIAL SEAL) I <'IAI. SEA 1.1)
above Alaska. personal proraHM I (
No. 1070, Issued the 7th day containing 6 Acres, more or
whom would A. J. THOMAS, A. J. TIHIMA--
I dm'lea Is described as on ambitious young mnn who wanted to upon pernonallyl.lncl I I ,it AugUKt A. D. 1933 has filed same, less ,
Hitlil. defendant, IT IS OHDI n- I. evidencedby Clerk' of circuit Court 011II'Il'lf..d Clerk of 'II', un, i illradford
In office and to he sold
has made uppllcaloli The taxes are
.., in of the fact that he could take It havIng l'll.: that the defendant my County, Florida Counix .
"do soi: 'thing" spite easy Mary UellellaltleK t for a tax deed to he Issued. o-ltiricnte, No. 1027 or 11.:13.! : and I i r 1&
Inhibited! $17,000,000 from his father's oil ditiling-tool fottune. I appear, to the bill of complaint net'eon. Hald certificate, embrace, "loprcsent unpaid taxes. for the years 7-1-51-7-2' 7-8-31-7-22.. t
on t the tHt, day of Augruxt, I he following described 1 .property, In I"'::12 I I.. I'(,4. both I I Inclusive amounting -tbt.- -- -- -- -
confident that his will -4. '
Those socluted with him are present flight .
A \ 1) 1K..S:' otht-rniHe' u Decree I'roConfeHHo (he County of Bradford state! of I to t4l.63. .
result n a series of discoveries valuable to aviation which he will turn will I le entered against 'lorlda I to-v.lt: ALSOVUj: of NW/i of SEVi Rx.
her for failure, I.. appeal\ ; that I lila Three Acres In Noithwest Corner I! 10 Acres sold divers KEY-M CABE FUNERAL HOME
over 'r.. the Industry without profit to himself. The flight cost him .tier be I ( about I persons :=
01 i publlHbed once each' week
It. 22 U 1
of North Half I or SouthwestQuarter I Sec. 32 Tp. 6 8. I

abou.; '. 00000. for Miadfoid. four County roiixecutlve I 'Telegraph weeks a In newifliaper the- I SH of Township Northwest H QuarterNs''tIii South.Unnge I containing ISH.Tho. 10 Acres more or 1\IU s. U McCADK" :, Lady AttendantJACKSONVILLE I
-- ---- -----
of general ,circulation pub 22 : containing 3 taxes to be sold! are evidenced
I I llxhetl I, In,, I lirailfurd 4'..U"ly, 1"I"'lda.1 I IWIT.NKSH : .. n rpF. {.., I... ....eIVI.nt. "V/t. RRII tif loan unit '. LA. "'r. AUGUSTINE, FLV
RISING WOOlJlul JVNMr's. : : I my baud and official l'he; assessment;;; "or; "the cold. I"'operty ;iueseiit: : unpaid; taxes for the,years- 11 43V.. Church-Phone 5-1338 39 i>t. George hone T
IC Heal ol' tilts said court, this 2!>th day under the said certificate Issued It2t both Inclusive. amountIng -
Miss f-d'ia: IA'" CorrMtpoiidcnt.ra Oscar Curler Cor. of ,In". A. ii. IMS.: to 19.11
II with In the name of Unknown to 1740.::
(OFFICIAL' $HMAl. Unless said certificate" shall be redeemed said tax certificates together with _ _
_ !J. A. Kirkland and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman A. J' THOMAS\ 1 a according law the property all subsequent omitted or levied
clei k of Circuit Court
described therein will be soldto taxes. will lie sold to the highest
uni1 Mr"; Kertlce Klckliter and are the proud parents of a baby llradford" County, Florida.T. .
door In
the highest bidder at the courthouse bidder at the Courthouse UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
two 80n... of Tampa visited Mrs. boy born June 29. The little fellow -I.. FRANK LANOKDM door on the first Monday of Stark on Ihe 2Uth. day of July

KlrklAii s father Elder N. T. has been named Othma Eu Atty. for, rialiitirf. August. 19.1H. which Is the lust day 'MS: at t I II ,Oil nc' kck A. MMai I.. C. McCAUK, President, JacksonvIlle, Flit.
of August. 1938. ". II this the 9th., day of July ]
_ IClng \\ dnesday. gene. Mrs. Norman will be remembered -I Dared this 1st day of July 1938. \ II 103D I .

_ J.li .1 i lid MI's.IV.. E. Lewis and as Miss Evelyn Johns. hurter. % sani.erlI. 'OFFICIAL SRAL' ,OFFICIAL Sit r.) I Industrial Life Insurance
ron ( '<<,'ence. of Plant City visiteci of Jacksonville and Hellbronn lliiOIIT: OF ('<>'" nl'rIO\ 0. clerk of Clr- ult Court of Clerk of Circuit Court of i a. I.. SAP, Representative

hi... mother Mrs. E. J. Lewis Springs. 'I.C\lIn' IINKT l'r.U'K. I Bradford County.,, Florida Bradford County Florida I ,

_ and 1 otT, relatives last week.Mr Mi- and MI'''. Freeman Normanand of !Mtnrke' III the !Hliite' of Plurhln T-S-41-7-29 15 :HI -7-29. |

_ .>nd Mrs. W. C. Conner and Mrs. Oscar Carter were shop- at the cine' of liiinliieK. on June I
:an. lats.: ;; '
1'is f. ank Thomas made a business !j.lng In Jacksonville last week. A
trip' to Palatka. Tuesday. lurs. LesteaSponholtS: was visit- I <'....h. i balHiicen. with I other

Juii- E.; J. Lewis Mrs. W. E. Ing her coujin Mrs. Car- bankx, and ca..h Items
Gladys .
I In 1',.,. "... of collection'' tlG2.708.30 I :
Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. H. HLewis tel, Sunday afternoon. t'nlted 1011 al". Ooveinmentobligations II '

recently visited in Gainesville Mr. and lrs.Vade Gaaklns, of direct and
fully guaranteed 8000.00
_ Lawtey, have bought Mrs. Grace Htate county, and municipal : SUPPLIESi
i r and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Norman s place and have movedout obllKatloim 121.05.67!) OFFICE :
I the I.IIHIIH and discounts ;39.613.06
rors need and Mead. were here. Overdrafts 9.23

dhin, i guests Sunday of Mr. and Carl Carter. of Lawtey win visIting flunking houne owned

Mis < ash McRae of Pine Level. his brother Oscar Carter, furniture and flxtureH I 2551.23'rOT.I. ,

.1 I .. Lewis of Jacksonville hele lust week.A ASSKTH $344,941.64 "

<<; the week-end with his + ,
spell family -- ---- I.IU'II.I"'I.u: CAPITAL,

here CIIKISTI CII.\I.LK.K OepoHlts partnerships' of .i IndlvldualH and corporations -, I I ,I II

: "s Melva Crosby who lateai ,

1 lilng at Brooker spent the The National Woman's Christian la) l emand deposit's I 146,324.27II :
( b) Time deposit. evl- i I !
we"k-end here with her parents, Temperance Union four years ago deflect by savings :

M;, and Mrs. R M. Crosby. In convention assembled, decidedto pans book 35.233.52
(c) Other time deposits 28,000.00 ,
JVtliscs\ Edna and Irene Lewis
raise: a million dollar fund In State county and municipal : I

an Dorothy Crosby visited In honor of Frances Will 11 rd's ( the deposits 93,557.93 I "

. Cto,'ker. Sunday. Certified and officers'
_ _
L'ounJer of this grtat organization) checks, letters of credit '

______ H H. Lewis visited Mr. and 100th birthday anniversary whichIs and Irav"I..'...' checks j

. Mis J F. Shuw. at the State September 28 1939. This sold for cash. and i iamounts
moneyto due jI
to Federal I -
Farm, Monday atternoon.The be used in I the -
educational work Reserve bank (transit. I : Ruby :
_ -
ior total abstinence and account ) I..dll. 2 m I _ _
prohibition -- --

human heart contracts oneS ; that Is, motion pictures I TilT DKI'OStTS,\I. J'IOI,477: 10 I1 LEDGER OUTFIT N

huulred: thousand times a day.NOTI.t I adio h'ctul'es.IItenltul'p., posters, t. .. I'I'.Ie '
TOT.VI. lI\HII.ITIis: ,.:X. $400 Rca"e.. ,I
road !signs! etc fi.rni.vn/ ; 1 c A"! IT A i.ACCOUNT Aa exceptional valuel COD lllls ol loom III I
Each local Union in the United $1101.477 ;
S Notice is hereby to whomIt Capital I lu'munt: leaf ledger binder 200 ledger ib eui and I
given States
was to help In this Newi
(n) CupltHl, mock and I ii 26 "
A-Z division leather tab
may concern that I have filed stupendous task. Our Union Is now ( iipllal I noteH nnd debetiliimae Fl Index. Bound LIndiag Levan $225 1

my Final Report as Administrator making our final contribution to 25000.00 II In durable Imitation leather colors red or black. Steel back Siandarcf ? ) '

of Estate of F. A. Andrews, deed hU fund. and we take this method ((r ID) t'nillvlded HurplllH, 10.0011.110( II with automatic locking device. Path button for quick op.n:1 P3bd ::1

,t S and will on Aug. 6th 1938. apply of culling on all Christians tc profit.. 0.4A4 41 t ing no key required. Sheet ar. white Ivorydale .

S to Hon. E. K. Perryman. County help us. The usual I procedure Is (d) Total capital lu-i'uunt 40,101.44 paper. 24 lubatance. Sheet ibe 6x9Ji Inche. L T ioo atII r"TKr1 f"Bos ,,'

I Judge. for approval account and Or' a committee to visit you and TnT A I. Aim.ITIKS II II:

Final Discharge as such administrator ask for money for their cause. ,A.VI ,',\ PITAh 344941.54 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ II
On due: of I'PI"'I he required 1111
This July 1st 1938. Since all people know that every legal reeerveHKnliiHt 8'.." Ne. De.o.4p115 pci. I :':1

O. W. ANDREWS Admr. lollar spent for Intoxicating deposit, of thinlunik I __________________________________________________Z..h__________ 1'I I I
Woe 560.595.40.! AHnetM 020008 Ruby Ledger O"Ifit-1I18d $UO) ad.a II, I
7-8-41-7-29-. I
liquors Is that much taken from reported, abovewhIch 020007 Ruby ledg.r O"lfit-Black .:.00 ,. Zeept 2.2s
legitimate business we feel that were eligible a. j i
legal reserve ainnunteilto '' -Ulu Lwloer" ..furnUhed tI klM ethvMwItM eed..J. Cu
nil Chi'Istlan people want to have "1183.70S 53.44 % I "': be Mc.Mk. win .W's. .I dq "; S 5.1.... Co3as k.. CVa. ;,

t'S YfLEADINGZ,7JS at least some part In this most a. 2SO nharee of oniniuountork St _wrt. chug

r(1)THE)? 2h'49J4A1RCODITIOND!!! worthy work. Money invested In Hhare., par value $10000per I I II

his fund will go on working us MK:>IOIt\M> t I
long as there Is a legalized liquor Pledwed assets except R.d. RlU.W sa4ala.
L traffIc. lent, estate) redlncnuntM Ii
ii ltd I Heotirltlea I loaned: I B..ft aUS I IOR
Every Christian who will Is urged (MI) II H. tlnvernmentnhllmitlcnn. I )

to send any amount their Judgment I dlrert I and
fully guaranteed. pledKed -
dictates to anyone of the to net-lire, depoiiltH Ii

following named perpons: Mrs. A. and other hubllltleii. $ 3000.00

W. Anderson treasurer; Mrs. J. fbi Other real estate HHHet) pledged (exc'ept -. I

W White secretary; Mrs. F. A. to eecure deponltM "
and other llabllltlee ( In- "
Scott presld..nt.'e assure
i-luding nuteM and billMredlMrounted _ '
will be and
your money wisely : and 1 necurItieM I
helpfully used and we will sincere. i Hold under repurrhnne "
agreement) 112,77295
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Temperance Union of Starke. I TOTAF. $tlt5,772. $ 05 !f

a .... ....1.1' ('n i.i.h.K.: I .Secured and preferred liabilities "
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H bypledll".d blnej ruling. Bull Bond brown and 'greenrating. 8 III
fome' nu'n. women children all assets pursuantto ,
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Won't you llmen to our call? requirement of law $107.690.12 Elcl! ,
('ome and Rive to our loyal band. T.. ped. per bozo Sice 8MxU. CoiuMi ol durable brown corduroy binder wilh II

lit.Iii UN rid our land TOTAL __P $107.H90.il black Imitation leather back and 200 III
lit the awful rurne of drink. I. W. ... Hewell. V-P & (Cashier c..ary II.uIf $ pet.. white iTorydaU cornet. I
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-.. ,.' 2'!.. 1D3i nuADFQUD COtXTY: TELEGRAPH. STARKE, _FLORIDA_ _ _ _ _- _ _ _ ,'
ti.JII = .. -
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I I toward them r HAMPTON BROOKER : f
betore the nnd the Senator were smiling as she came 0We

.. i having she asked Marls when they I Iw't "Have you spoken to Ellen yet I Miss. Atta Nlnuno. Correspondent :Miss Vera Gulney. Correspondent i I : I, '
Steve 7""No. ---
\ > to be married. I : .f
OB JONES One( day' next week. saidM.ns I though Mother could \V. M.: I'. M..t1njfThe are glad to report that SIre t : !I II

IJeretnd : ;;'\. We're not having a real I bring her over here so you two Baptist W. M. U. met at ,I G. E. McCauley, who recently un- I I ', '< I'', 'I

/ On w <-iMnig just Grandmother and, could become acquainted"' the home of Mrs. W. C. CollinsWednesday l derwent an operation in the ,j >. ; '
Commel/ls! .: { and her mother are out of : Alachua return. f I ; ;. \
Hereafter vim mil your husband and one or I "She afternoon July 13 County Hospital 1 t 'I
\ two other close friends. We don t town for a few days, said Mrs. with sixteen members In attend ed to her home Saturday. Jj i iWe \ 'I i
; j A/-1'4d/4.'P M.Alto,,. fd4e iS1ve. I frock "f'II'
{.:; A4Pc want a big affair. It's not good Holland. "What a pretty ance. are sorry that H. R. Brown f it' ;

MY father if he thought .f' \\ LUCY HUFPAKEPC I taste Steve's had it once.'' that Is i Marls" A special song was given by who has been 111 In a Palatka hospital I : I : ,t ) 1

ja5ed I ,.nmortal. His answer I "I know. I was there. I wondered "I'll tell you something it'sthe Mrs Josephine Sullivan Mrs. W. for the past few weeks, U t ,j
proved It Based on a tory by MARGARET CULKIN BANNING out." prettiest one I have: she said Mrs. J. W. Home. still serious condition. ( iff" t
Nobody has ever ,i then how It would turn C. Collins and In a t. :' ,
'f" That is what a great STORY 80 PAR: giving in the evening. to announce "Why? ImpulsIvely "Vnn lee Mrs. Holland The song was entitled China l. M r., J. D Baxter who has been di: :,,1,' I i

'1 iaid The father gave then Stephen Hollund hrUllunt to their friends the engagement \ "I don't know why I felt as I I do want so much for you to" Calling." It was greatly enjoyedby very ill for some time Is reported t.t! :',i ,.' il

oer intelligent answer. The young lawyer, and hl" wife Steve's train was late and when did. Cynthia Is beautiful charming like me everything about me. the society. to be no better. ", i; .'

!l;n to be the Word of Cynthia have be.-n illvorrrdwithout he arrived at his hotel he foundhe intelligent and you know "Wthy of course I am going to Cake and lemonade were served Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby and ';, i: :\.
claims, Steve'swife.
bi LeacheS that man must Hcanditl. She hun tried had little time to bathe and I how I love Steve." like you my dear. You are by the hostess at the conclusion. children spent last week In Greensboro 0 ': ll :

d' ?' forever. It sets to hold him through his love dress for the evening. Then he "Tell me Mrs. Kingsley naturally i ." The next meeting will be held as the guests of her mother, :, 0 (" 11

Christ as the virgin- for their little daughter ElIt'n.but read a telegram which had come I I can't ask Steve Cynthia "But I want you to like me In at the home of Mrs. W. M. Mor- Mrs. Jano Johnson. ,. 'jt'I, :

::1h Jesus of God who died on the l bus falied because he Is from his mother. No matter how I as you call her can't make spite of my being Steve's wife not row, August 17. Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Gregory and ( .. r :;'r,

:;r s Son the sins of the worldJ convinced abs IH 80 hard and it delayed him, he must speak to things unpleasant can she? Would because of It. I know our marriage daughters. Betty and Ruth of : I ,'I

011 for again from the dead domiiu-rring that their mar. her before he went to the party. she want to?" must have been a shock to The Rev. W. T. Newton of Lykens Pa., are spending some :,.', r:' ,

J, rose Into heaven where nags la a lre.| in \VUHhliiKton He didn't know exactly why the I "Marls dear I wish I knew the you-but I think I'm really" a nice Green Cove Springs will preach at time here with her sister and \, .,1: \i

d t ascended the right hand of the he nierts Mans. Kent. tone of the telegram worried him answers to those questions. I don't. girl and I do love Steve. don'tquestion the Baptist Church next Sunday brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs B, 1 : i
at I
f Ills from whence He Is to They lio-ome engaged.; ; but It did. She had said she could i All I know Is that I never really "But of course my dear morning and evening. P. Hazen. f 0 "'

Her and to judge the living ande not come to Washington for the liked Cynthia. But this I do know. It And now. Steve, why The Rev. McGuire of Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth Crosby and children, : I ,' H'

!De again No man bas ever been CHAPTER SIX wedding which was to take place \ You are going to the place where don't you show Marls the garden..whilel preached at the Christian of St. Petersburg, spent last week Ot i '1, ''I, \ '

dead the statements In It was not a long letter which in about ten days; of course Ste. she and Steve were born, where it's really quite lively now I church last Sunday morning and end here with relatives She was I i'I : d,

Ie to iBprovi ol l God Multiplied thou- I Mrs Holland held In her hand phen and his bride must stay with ,i evening. The church was crowded aocompunled home by her daugh- ; 0,'

e Word people) have testified that two days later but it took her along her when they came home until and his messages were greatly enjoyed ter. Miss Vesta Crosby who spent !1 0'I ""j .:.I.. ,

Dde oi experience they time to lead it. She read it they found a house There was the past few weeks here. They t I"" 'i

lID personal much of the Word of a second then a third time. She nothing of disapproval or ungraciousness "Ellee," Ije said 'ts Fred Guy. of Jacksonville was were also accompanied by Mia i 4 f

'A proved true u t stands to rea- could not quite believe that what In the telegram but it J itifars," 'I' ;:aig. the guest recently of bin parents, Entelle Molt, who will upend some I, 1 i ,11r.I; .
1 U' be throne made him the Uev und' Mrs. James T. Guy. time In St. Petersburg. ''Iii''
isi I i God on the she had read the first time wasreally apprehensive."So ,; I ,. ,'r 'n-ri who created man written on the page. -. he said to himself when Mrs Perry of Gainesville was Del Hammond Is spending. few : ,Ii \

lbl intelligent,, universe being, that God She must go to Cynthia lit once. he hung up the phone, "Cynthiahas ar- g the guest of her sister Miss Ophe- days here as the guest of his cousin t I ..,; ''!. i'

1 ,-veal Himself to man andk There must be no risk that she stalled to work on Mother al)- Uu Bryant, lust Sunday. Douglas' Hardy. ; : 1
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ult un His will for humane should hear this astounding, newsirom ready. Brave. Is she? Generous A. B. Foster of Pulutka passed I' .:1: '1t ,

-, *n. I anyone but her. News--and 1 Oh yes I'll have to be on my I lhe nurse Is here with your little through here Saturday rnroute to ; I''. .,.4'' ';

e has often saId that Its ugly sinter, gossip-could trav- guard I nee." I girl' Lake City. He was accompanied i \ ', \1 '

), juit< I i only book that has el as fast as lightning. In a few Marls had a little frown, on her 'Brill* them it please" by II. p. Gulney from here. 0 ;. I 21'

e )I3IO\e\ '* thi that speaks with minutes she was in Cynthia's liv- face when he arrived i ut the party Marls said she would go along; Mrs. Sanford Ritch and baby of 'I.Raifor'ci "

,er ten written "Whatever made so late could meet Ellen another time; of lust week 'I j :
about the will ing room. She handed her the let- you I .he [ spent part 1-

somti tuthoruy, life. If the will\ ler; It would be easier for both of dUlling?" she asked. "I was wor- L' '' a" ?# II was so long since father und here as the guests of her parents. : '._

: Got! :101' mans bt, found within the them than for her to read It aloud."I rim! Everybody Is here and giving 'vJrtL.c'".. t1, 'v" m I es e .qba I ,:hilii hint seen, each other theywould MI' and Mrs. L. A. Brow .' : : ,,,
Cod annul looks I it; I want to be alone together. ; '
then there Is no thought you should know at me commiserating Mis. Ethel Huff and Mitts Juan- : /

.,1, 'he Bib God's will which has once, my dear" she said when know they have been thinking you I "Please stay Marls. I want you Ita McGuuley motored to Sturke : ?? .'

,telat.."' of "The heavens I Cynthia handed the letter back to ire deRci-tlng me just j before the I .o" Vi lay.'u I. 0 I JI .
.m 4i> ri to and the her. a l tar. And us for Granny the |I As she hesitated, the nurse nndEllen Mr. and Mrs Alnli! Hazen. of II

I care the glory of tJod His handl-I "Thank you Mother. It Is a \ dark looks she has been giving''' I' came In. Orlando spent the week-end here : ,t I;P'
nunem tell me some shock of coursu -I ve always had "I had a wire from my mother I "Daddy, cried Ellen as she as! the guest of their parents. Mr. I 1"J

lrk Nature-God can It Is reasonable a hope that It was all a mistake- I phoned her. No there's nothing jumped Into his arms and began Fred Covi-ily: and Mr. and rMs. E. I t {Ii ; ,
iDout him. "Why
.cgs I wanted to make I hugging and kissing M. lluzen.KOOTSKY'S
I'd to the door and wrong. just
that day
back of all the one go \ .
thul million -
hundred ,
suppose this universe which are Steve would be there-come buck sure. when she said she couldn't I (did you Mtuy" away a : .-- ---- tJ:
: n and well l I i ?
xgi must dwell to Ellen and me-that we could I come to the wedding years L'EACII '
there went .
'n mi'" mxeen life where we let It wanted to tell her, as well as write And these I mukt a few necessary telephonetlllls "Di.ln't t Mummy tell you I 010,
all then lives
and our lived
pick up I I they j :
[ ilivlne supreme \ \ a long way off MUM Kfflo ('ran-ford. ( or.
new I train --
: "
God. But no man by fall. Well. that hope Is gone. her. what a lucky man am. | small cozy (clues I like Maplewood.lake on a ____ I
Jampot: : n Marls' hand on his arm pressedIt I Mrs Holland hud! planned to accompany that I'd be back to see you.
found God. If "You are a brave girt!: Cynthia divorce and remarriage very '
irthmIh/! .' ever aren't the tightly and her voice was serious Maria when she went to "Of course you came back to see Mr nnd Mrs. J. A. ChoHHer and ,
to be necVjan II and I love you. And you hard sometimes. Of course plenty
is H "iod It seems had "" said us he put her down attended the funeral of his.
ere know Him only person who hoped that. I, when she spoke. of people are divorced and remarry look for a house, but she a me. sire family p ,
,11 man Is to Insisted sire floor. bl'othel'VIII Chos-ser, near Canipville -
Himself. The too hud thought and now he "Oh Steve do you think she will again. But it Isn't the sameas slight cold. HO Marls on the ,
] r Him tc.. reveal 1 like me? Really and truly like me." And there stay at home. "Kllen.1 he suld. "This Is Maria lust week.
God. It writes this!! being In a big city.
},tl( lamu, 0 be revelation from of Histill I "We might have forseen this.Steve's "Don t waste time asking foolish Is something pise--people In small "I never shopped fur a house be- "Hello," Hit Id the child with a Aits. C. R: Ciawford und eons "

[lima I' be u free. questions. She will adore you." cities often resent those who come lore.." she said l laughingly. "but smile. Junior anti Kdwln': spent the past ,

s.irm om have has fluid ben the a good au- "I've always loved you Cynthia.I "Oh I do hope so. But wom..ndon't \ I'lom outslile. They are clannish from what I have seen Muplcwoad "Hello," said Marls with another week visiting friends and relatives l fIn It

titt could not shall. And now Steve always like the women their might i Is full of ducky ones so I oughtto smile. ri.int City und! Wauchula 1\\
Bible claims that always you; say. hat, even If
because the to be "You have a funny
or very
iuauthor.. BO If it were a writes he is marrying and right sons marry you know Marls held her lu>ud( high and manage. I'm going Little! Esther Gioger. of this BPCllon ; 0
..ad II dear.Mother the agent whatwe it Is pretty. ti
let that businessliketell '
"Don't you
I have never see, worry In I last week with her
unusual note spent
then It was not a good away a girl her voice had an look alt his "Then we're even said MariH.I. 0
.rgerv about." is grand and you are grand want und then i Mr. and. Mrs. O C. .
I grandparents
know nothing nose
who wrote it. No bad man it. as she spoke. "For you have u funny little
tumid pi been the author be- Cynthia who was a past mistressat und"But "You know -- nothing you or wares. with ," I. too." Golfer, near Starke.. 4 0
nuvi I, herself In the role of a even if she doesn't like me "I wish I could go you nnd Its pretty Mrs Raymond, Socrpsa of South f r '
tells man how bad he is casting else can soy will keep me been away "How do you like my new 0
use town cottons anyone "but I've
In said Steve
if nobody your Mr. ,
would noble, understanding woman. shook I Florida Is visiting her parents, ; ,
ihu natural state. Man from marrying Steve. Hhoea7"Marls
1 to me Steve. I can stand It as from the office so long und Mrs. W. M. Reddish.
thus his own depravity. her head. the older woman know about it looked them over carefully i
Jit l
expose do That's all thatreally "It shouldn't" said "What would you Reddish of
girl I'm sure if long as you Mr. and Mrs. Ury ,
fine the nicest
faly God would say row bad man "She's a There's nothing matters And now I have to : "You love each other. That anyway?" asked Maria with fem und said they were the Water Oak !section spent Sunday ?
'. When we write biographies ofF Steve loves is what is important I didn't mean Inlnsupel'lorlty.. "I'll do the Rhoes she had ever s..n."I .
I with'
I friends, we leave out the bad r -- """ .....''''."..", n..P.TNr.'J7': : \\ I| to say these things to :youbuti"mga.iUihave. heavy woik and then well make have a pair of scandalS, too. I luw: air:. and ....n. n.. hi. Rediab.L. :

)hgt God doesn't do that way ; : -It is best that the final decision together." said Kllen.: "What makes you? '. M. Murrhve, of this section ,

''e wrote the biography of David< you should know that you will bon < That afternoon she went to Ste- laugh? Don't you like scandals at Doctor's Inlet Sunday
d told us David was an adulterer 1t' ic "O, Steve do you a spot at first. You 11 win out phen's office for the first time. "Not always," said Marl! "But was visiting afternoon.: .

oil a murderer The story of the .. 'I- .af your mother will really I know. But at first my dear, "Don't worry dear" she said. I'm sure l'IIIke, yours. ____0 0
recorded in the< like me?" the kind of "You've got something else fun- F- ,
life of David as -. you'll be In enemy territory. "I'm not going to be
all the proof that .t !j ;: Into her hus beside your hat. Your name IH .
\'ord\ of God Is wife who bounces ny "' KMJOV: ,a I'M NH' ATKINfJSI.KY

lijr lane man who knows the nut band s office all the lime, but I awfully funny but It's nice" too.Said ; HHACIItt'nrmrrlr : I t 0

fral mental human processes needs CHAPTER SIX just had to come to tell you about 'Tin glad you approve, 0

IG convince hi mthat the Bible It was a month after their mar- the house I have found. It doesn'tseem !Marls. "I hop you'll think every- IU.I.k'n"I'>) I ,

irne from God. .. ridge before Stephen took Marls to possible that I should find thing about mo Is nice And now'holding

.. ____ I ,. %. I his home town. The happy days one just right but I have. It has out her hand, "good ; 'tW'T.wl

RESOLUTIONWhereas y 1 they had spent together had quite everything but everything we bye Kllen. IDUHt be running .. t I ,

'4 : '. I erased from their minds the vague need and want and It costs even n long ,.rJ

on June 26th 1938 the< I .5,1-,':,, 'a.e' &.' ,, .'(t -:; i fears each had had but not confided less than we said we would upend. Stephen followed Marls! through tL tA"

ij to the other about It, I almost tho door.
I so
was crazy
his Infinite she 'y' I
|Supreme t Architect In take I I "There's the cur for us," said signed for It then and there but "Sho'a a da i'ling. Sieve.
Wom ias been pleased to :
tarln pulled into I wouldn until you hud said
the of course
unto of our decroluei. I Stephen as and get "
iimsclf the spirit longer
[ not stay
I the station. "Mother Is waiting at seen It. But I warn youYOI&'d "Why ,
(t58eO G. W. Alderman i .? address ?" F.si F.
-we didn'twant Even the acquainted
|-a4 I I" P' home to receive us- ] better nay yes. hel1d."She's .
first meeting to be In Is charming Nineteen Cameron Marls shook. her 0 ,
When us the trestle board of his I' 1 \ your" so little let s not make In8l\U 110TIMJ IS
:mason life was such as to entitle I public mixed up than ,
flat life more _
"Oh" suld Stephen in a tier any KIOIIIMI. ll\\r INflMIIOIIIO
I"*\ \tt ecelv., the white stone with ."t I'm glad. First Impressions are necessary I hope we can be II5tIC. .

anew name and, I important I've always ht'arand tone. suddenly?" friendsbut don't let's try to rush ,;
"What the gloom
A' who
Whereas! by the faithful dis-- / did you ever see any woman descent she. asked gaily. "Is It haunted thinKs" "" NICK PLAC'K 'I
to s could make a graceful and hurled -
Hi&arge< ,- the great duties owed Slut pressed his hand
I something KOK NK'K:
did or
If ever
TJ',, t 'IK neighbor and to him- from u Pullman? you fool to show It down the corridor
"The agent was a
'It title you're one ahead of me. ..." N..xIV..ek)
'iui biother. deserved the He knows perfectly wt ll- I ((To tie Continued
11 to
I'tmau" md Mason be It therefore about him. He I go back to the guests and flaunt Mrs. Holland was standing by "What you. does he know ?" ------ I
I( and shoddy the car drew up ..
I cheap you before their eyes. the window when live at Fifteen -
Resolved that In the passing of I couldn't choose anyone who was I The first person to speak to In front of the house. She smiled} "Cynthia's t two people doors away." II
IW Alileiman Masonry has sufJ -' second rate them wns Mrs. KinRSley. Stev and waved to them and then, walked -Ju does that really matter I RepairingSmith's II
hand overCynthia's. "But
J reil the loss of a valued member Mrs Holland laid her told her she mu- tll't forget she had quickly to the hall to meet Steve?' I Expert

I'M the .,-immunity a valued cltlJzm -I I right dear. Of promised to danc.- the first rhum them. "There'a no use going against

andCe "I hope you are bit with him. "I'm so glad to meet you my I,
himself--but the ax.
> ." further resolved, Bradford course Steve is fine be such fools "I always promise everybody the< Juar," she said as she held out I "I didn t know there was an J

Lodgf No 35 F & A. M. extends I the best men can Is concerned first rhumbu.' she said. "pay no htt'han4 to Marls. Then she turned ax." Garage .
1!Oti. loved heart- where a pretty woman Then as she savris and kissed him.
ones Its I sincere I mistake when attention to It. I to Steve "I didn't mean that, exactly.

itit Ytflpathy, and while we mournI .He made a great be making ?\ had gone In answer to her The chauffeur was taking the But I'm thinking of you. There
I I absence In the re- he gave'up.. He may beckoning she said asked t under ON 131:
we rejoice "" I grandmother's bags upstairs. Mrs. Holland are certain things you don DAY PHONE: 120 NIGHTI'll
ward allotted to the souls of the another now. to me has In a low voice: "Steve I wrot< I Marls If she would\ like to go to stand--yet. One of them Is that

|lUSt made perfect. "Mother your loyalty one comfortI've your mother a long letter abou t her room; if so the maid would Maplewood Isn't one of those cities Night I
the Day
Service or
Be it further resolved, that these been after Ellen went away. Marls. I told her among other take her. Marls said she always where no one knows who lives Wrecker

IM.ftlOluUonl be spread on our rec- had since Steve let that loyalty things, that If I had the whole lelt slightly dingy after a long next door or all\ down the block" .

anti a copy sent to the bereaved But you mustn't Steve's wife. world from which to choose! a wife train ride and she would like to "I understand. But they wouldn't .

family also a copy be sent prejudice you against still treat me for you. Marls would be the lucky change her clothes. Stephen said throw garbage in our garden -
14 the' Bradford: Telegraph I am proud that you he want-
County fastidious-- 7'
thing I want girl. ., he'waR not so would they
I1 t* publication. as a daughter. One feel sorry "That's fine of you. Aunt Emma I ed to telephone the office at once Stephen was silent for a mo

Signed. you to do-never let should me I ? After ,"' he said "I know Mother wllJ II and then would talk with his ment."We'll. /% \

C. A. FutchE. ior myself. Why be one bond agree with you when Ihe know I mother until Marls: joined them. take It. of course dear i
all there will always weren't worried about'; I stairs was heart set on It."
\v. Hayes which noth- Marie You The carpet on the Ilf you have your iI
P. M. Barefoot, betwen Steve and me" that, were you ?" 1 thick and neither Mrs. Holland nor "No, I'd rather not. I \\I get busy

Committee. ing can bl'eak--ElIen. humiliated "Steve, I'm going to be perfectly,. Stephen were facing the hall as I with the agent tomorrow per- I I

--. "I won t have you tl'ak-wlth; you. Your mother and Marls came down half an houilater. laps you'd bent make a chart of I

No Cynthia." I II known each other, been Intimate Perhaps they had raised the neighborhoods which are all '
starch\ Is produced In the have done. I have I 'I
I know I. went ti than they knew, "
C'U ot a tree after sundown. "As long as be humlllated. filends since we their voices more right for us.
not '
nothing shameful I can kindergarten together. I loved her However that may be Maria could "I m sorry Marls." '

It ha been tlmated-+ that State I want to stay In you to'< ',: as devotedly as If she were m) not help hearing what they were "Fernet it. It's nothing.
Steve will expect you best qualities In her I will find one ten prob-I'
\ life sister. But Raylnir. ably
cost each family In they wife
ltSI.1M his new
make a place In it for Ironically often do harm. I'm has been wonderful ter, first thing tomorrow.
SUte" well "Cynthia
about 35: cents a as
too. You owe her loyalty. thinking of her feeling for Cynthlu. i about all this," said Mr. Holland. I don't, if we have to take a dingy '

as me. She Is probably younger I admire her for treating "What Is there to be wonderful room In the Commercial Hotel, I'll
less experlenced I I
certainly she Is there Is no reason rather It right. It doesn't matter -
I think
than : her as she does-- about?" asked Stephen
BL'S: SCHEDULE ; perhaps she Is not one why she shouldn't. But I don I tII I sharply. "Our marriage was a failure which side of the tracks we !

face unpleasant things. influence over don't darling so long as we are together :
Southbouna who can trust Cynthia or her I I have married again. I live
It may
Itand by her. watch out.Stevedon't the c .
:(0. ;'r.. You must II mother. Just how It affects her in
Due her your gee 0
S\arke ::1p.m: for
easy any will be
Marls time things
Eo. 201 not be altogether let "In .
Due Starke 11:43: p.m I have llv least. at '
where avoided. "but Just
be he
the town which can
KO,203- in that ? every
here difficulties
Due Stark 12:15 "Steve how can you say TODAY
p.m.Due "
(0.: 201. ed all my life. I Maybe I'm wrong about Cynthia. would make things first--
am half the wo- Many women him.
Starke 10:20
she Is somewhere In your She reached up and kissed .
hope But ,
"I only Hoi I hope so. for everyone concerned
dear" said Mrs. what I'm say uncomfortable to prove I m not
Northbound are. remember "And now just
man you I mind 'I But not Cynthia. youcould to
I'm going
IS/ 202 Due Starke 1:30:: P.m.1 land.For time since he had! ing." he said. have heard how beautifully an Interfering" wife I II
first Emma
liijSt .Due Stark 4:13: the Stephen and J I "I will. Aunt .but I feel i she explained to Ellen about your : tPp along.opened the door. ahe faced
Washington. she
10/ jot Due Starke 9:15: p.m. come to not see each other that "Don't quote me about this." marriage you d have been deeply I As Stephens secretary about to
did do
| 11'0.: jf-SU'SUrk'? 3:00: a.m. Marls had to go to Baltimore : just as you had meant to let touched." enter.
He Klngsley she saw! Marl
Mrs. that
.DueStarke a.m. day. then
9:20 was It was
Marls but I
and words on the Mi Holland,
last 'Pardon me
8 Ilnrke Bus Agent: Beasley"trvlce i on some preparations I these be her not. Just coming into the room. Eliot was t
with last but they
Station court busy subject
OPposite was
bouae. I for a party her grandmother

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I JK8 of 11(27( : nik 2 of Lake KlnkHleyHiilKlllK Ik-lull' No. 1. evidenced by ('.... NK'8ei" 'II?,.r"
COMMITTEES: NAMED 1 :.N". I, "\'ld"III l "II by Ol'llfl.ntr : I, liHIo' No 304 of 1927, Lots I II. 12 : In. Hindiil, ,,
(Continued from Page One) No INII of Jon. Illk 3 ax Lots ills 16 of Lake KliiyrHivy! tr ..".." '" I tin,' ',
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE I __ J. ( 7, 5, 9. lf1 5 II,, 17, 80, 21. 2(1.Jl ( I'I'B. No i. orldeneed by CeitlfUat Yenrstla29 i ,I" ,
Vocational Service Committee: :II.t 1 :IJ of I.Hkilvlnir. "lc-v MiMtfhtH .:"i'.;, ?Or I'lll.: Hlk 17 i>x. I.olH 0. \',>, RlllOIintllu) ,. 1,.
:Nn; I I. <... hftnii,i-il liv 'CurllfNatu. No. 11.I 11, 29 10: 31, 12 of L.ke KIllKHley ALSO' : bolx I., ,' .
Established 1*;7 TO CLASSIFYnr Lonnie Vining, chairman; Eugene i'>n of 1 1"27." l>r Lake KeiiirblM, No. 1* \ldaiiLud' by 11 :... 1M, 21. no, .1', ,v ,
Matthews, Carl Knight. ,KiiiKHlw I If/1Kb t* No I. pvldinceill.v tirilllte 1 No. SOD Of IM27' ; I 1.0lM( U. III Wiiodlatvn v?.
I Bile 17 of Luke Klniciiltiy .. 22 K, ,
CprtiriiHte No. 3113 of lull Lot of ( conlnhil' '"?
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class nt''I':''.. KVHeeretarr Community Service Committee: 10, l1. 17 FlorliU Pre.." .....11. T. K. McCIane. chairman E. L. Nil 1. 1'ilclomeci. by ovrtiriillte fi'H of 1'I.KI, Lots 11. 14 of Ulk 17 The taxes to IM.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Matthews. Boys Work Commit- Nu. 282 of IIIJK. lots 20, II of Luke Klntrxlpy heights No. I. evidenced Certificate. Ki? i e
hut S at Luke KlnKxUy I Holtthln Not by Certificate No. 2SI |"'..*.. the uni" I i n
tee-Arch Thomas. Crippled Chil- evidenced. liy Oitlfk-ate No. 3.18if : 1928; bale 29, HO 81 .12 of 17 am 1927 to l IU 3i J t
Governor Freddon't : "L 4"t
AAEAYBER. It looks like poor dren Committee-M. B. Herlong. ( I IllZlt.: Uotn 20( 87 of Hlk ::1 I of Lake :Uikx .Klnirxlev, heights; No 1 evidenced Inir to tin-1 ,, itlt
anymore than get through ICIiiRHlry, Ilelvhtu vld"ncndb by Ceitlflcatv' No, .140 Maid tax certifii., ,
S nON beln blessed out In one direction International Service Committee >! Certificate No If.7' 01, 1HO.! Loin 1H2D :Illk IN of latke : Hubiiequenl on,,,,,u, i III
fM : : : 3t. 32 nf Hlk ::1 i of fake KlnicHlny I heights:: No I. evldencei Certificate ".... will lie sold I
r : : = \ ) before they start plckin' on him Marcus Brown, chairman; M. B. Heights No. I. evidenced by Certificate No. :.10(1( of 1937, Dlk 19 ut the c.nnii,,
-. ; from another. If he comes out No 284 of 1928.: Illk 4 its. Lots l.ukf Klnxuley Heights No. I 1. evldenced ",' on the 51 h .1|I"
eomethln Its Herlong, Jim Carlisle. 2 & 8 of lake Klnimley H.lfht. No by Certlflcata No. 307 D 1918, at 11 011.( I, KN
.. .. and says usually Rotary Foundation: W. P. I. lilKiiiM-rt by Certificate No. 291 1927: Ulk 20 of Lake '.. Tinted thin the inn.
-- WRONG and on the other hand, of 11127, Loa 2, 8 of Hilt 4 of Lake HelKhtii' Nu 1, evidenced bv Certificate 'It
E. Matthews: _____________ ___________Editor and Owner If he tries keepln' "mum." they Smith, chairman; L. A. Davis, Kliifrilvy Heights No. I. evidencedby No. 808 of 1927.: nik 21 ( SEAL: )
15. "" Arch Thomas. Certificate No, 1 5N8 of 1930.: Blkft Lake KIllKHley Heights No.1. evidenced A. J. T1IO.M: \ '
-- -- give him hell right on, so the poor Work Committee Elmo of Lake KlnitMlfX heights' No. 1, by (Celtlflcat, No. 309 Clerk of r ",
SUBSCRIPTION KATE guy has a hard time tryln' to fig- Boys' : I evidenced by Cortlflrato No. 212 of 1917; Kalil' Luke Klnlf"l..y ., Hrudfoid r "
Struth, chairman, Bill Graham, 1927. Mile H I':". Lots l 17. 18, 19, 20 No I belnw recorded Flat of NE'; 1 I
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7oc-Payable in Advance ure out what to do. Harry Benson._. of Luke KIliKKley Helnhtli No. 1.evidenced --
Awhile buck, when he was mill- by Olllfli-at' No. 291 of .
Advertising ApplicationLESS
on Recreation Committee: 1127: tots 17. IS of Hlk. 6 of LakKlniTHlev ...
In' 'round with the Yankees In Bill Graham chairman; T. TleiifhtH No. I. evidenced
New York a flock of Inquisitive by Ollirlcnte No 501 of 1932; Loa SPECIAL MUSIC
SWANK AND MORE SAFETYYou I Frank Landrum, T,, 1<. McClane, 19, 20 of Fllk. 6 of l.nlic Klrnc\ ,,levHelahtN
and CIO back him
reporters boys
I Carl Johns. No.1. evidenced by Certificate
might feel very swanky while snuggled down in Into a corner and try to eight-ball No. SOU of 1'I12; : Hlk 7 MX Lots
12, 19 of Lake Kllmnlrv. HeltrhU No. ,
him Into his "blessing"on TUESDAY NIGHTat
your modern streamlined automobile with only the top of pronouncln' LAWTEY 1. evident-Mi by Certificate No. Ztl I
Mr. Lewis outfit. Instead of * your ead visible to the outside world, but the chances are dlsliHV out a lot of salve and boloney O. J, rhlllljm, Correspondent KtnRMlev I HolRbtn No. 1. .evidenced'

you ni more apt to have an accident than if you were seated Fred comes out and tells 'em I 8 bv of ottiritnte. KlnKxlfV I No. r.sin HelRhtH nf 1930 No: !ilk I.evlrtemed I the

how he and a lot of other folks Setting Kerry I'lunU. t"b I'ertlfliate No, 2'IS. of''
j.oove the road i
hijrh in old Model T
< an 1927 ink 0 K\ Lots 24, 26. 2H, 2'l
I feel about It and his frankness at Many farmers here are busily)i :
Arthur] W. Stevens! of the Society of Automotive Engi- Hint particular time did more engaged in preparing land and setting j of. Luke KlnKHlov by t'ertlficnte Heights l No No 20 1.( evidenced of- ,, SPANISH TRAIL INN:

nt erK."IaY:4: that many automobile accidents are attributable I thun any other one thing to keep strawberry plants since the i I 1927: .Lots HclRhtw 24, 25 of Nu Hlk I. 9 evidenced of InkoKlUKvlrv .

to t th.' faulty "styling, of modern cars. "Stylistic whimsies," this state from be In' over run with showers of the last few days. j I by Certificate' No, 339 of 11I21! Lots ',
it flock of agitators. While still dry here, if showers 28, 2H of Illk !9 of lake I Kln r"levllelKbtH ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING
he su.*' :, are to blame. lie urges motor makers to take steps + continue It is expected" that a large I No. I, evidenced bv Orllfl-l
been a' ; .
lie may have bit un- cute No. 297 of 1927, Blk Id Ex.l|
forvwii 1 : lowering the hood, raising: the driver's seat, allowing fortunate In the selection of words. acreage will be set out this.month i IjotH 1, 2, 3 of Lake KlnffHleytllelirhtii ,
No. I l.. evldonct-rt by CertlfIcate -
I window and thinner window and the Idea he was tryln' to con- HO as to raise second runner plants. |
l.nger:; areas constructing No. 298 of 1927. Lot I. 2, 9of We're Expecting You
vey might have been phrased In Hlk 10 nf Lake KltiKxIev ."
pal'tii: >Ins l'lan.lt'rs-"utt'h ;No I I. evidenced, l>v (" and
terms but never caterto
more diplomatic .I..hl"j
:I'M of 1911 Hilt 11 of Lake ( we
:Mr. Stevens says that better visibility is inevitable because theless he expressed the right Idea Cordial Interest is centered In Icy Heights No 1. evidenced

"man for a million years has walked with eyes in the and It did Florida a lot more good the announcement of the the mar- tVttlflcntc No ') of 1927.: Hlk 121 I our many
(I'x Lots 22. 2:1: of lake Klnlf""':<' i itlflKhtx
front of his head where and there than harm.In riage of Miss Edna Futch daughter No bv Bradford County friends
they belong is .rtlf-I I
no reason of Mr. and Mis. S. J. Futch, Irate No: (IOf.t; 1, Lot { t
why' hn car should not be built the same way" spite of the fact a lot of news- I of this city and Oliver H. Flanders Hlk 12 of Lake KlllffHlev IIH.ht I INo I ,
papers jumped all over him. 1, evidenced bv Ortlflcnte No. I .- - ---
o Groups and Individuals condemnedhim of Tlppin, Ohio which was 2)15 of 192S. Bile 1-1: of I.nlte KlnKS-i
solemnized at four o'clock Friday ley Heights No 1, evidenced l by i ifertlflcBte
NOBODY WINS-EVERYBODY LOSES while they raved and tore :No; 101 of 1927" Illk 14 I'
felt afternoon, July 8, In Tippin, with of lake KIllRKlev HelirhtH No. 1 Chas. Burton Johnnie
their half Even those who Torreulla
I -----
"What fools we mortals be it has been wisely said. ,I the Rev. H. E. Settlage, officiating evidenced. bv' Certificate No. 802 rot
like he did about It but dldn t have ,
: 1127. Illk 15 of fake KingsleyHeights
The World War demonstrated beyond a doubt that Mr. and Mrs. Flanders will reside Operators
the courage to admit It, pretendedto No.1. evidenced by Certificate -
at 471 West Perry St., Tippin, No. 803 of 192T; Dlk 18 Ex> .
neither side can be considered the winner of a modern war- be horrified.So Ohio Lots 11, 12 of Lake Klngnley

but still!! we fight. huvln' gone through one mess . ,' .
like that It Is only natural that F--- --- .. -. . -'= -.. .- .. =,,"-""...'
This is being proved again in the Orient. Both Japan, Fred might hesitate to peak his School Progressing --

the agi'ressor, and China, the attacked, are much worse off mind as bluntly und openly In the The Lawtey Junior High School '1 10
la progressing nicely under the shy;
future, see In' It didn't get him any-
today than before the outbreak of hostilities And
ti a year ago. able management of Proto I. B.I
thing but a lot of grief.
what's" more, all other nations are suffering too I The other day a group hoppedup Cody and his able body of teachers. 11111 II nDlnl1

c' Losses to American business and labor to date, becauseof und asked him "What about the The enrollment this year Is I
-.. ,' the____ largest rm. .record_ because ofI
ino-Japanese! conflict, are placed at $200,000.000 by nazis?" eHt.iDiiunm Well, It was a another Bund in beautiful 1'101"1Ida 1 the consolidation of n'the VVooJIuwn I"" II .. ..., ., ..., ., I .

O. < >I. Gallup of the Export Managers Club. That's losing chance for the governor to : School voted by citizens recently. i If

mon.>' it the rate of $25,000 an hour! The estimate is basedon say the wrong thing, but havin'
Mm. Anders t'I.t"ln.
from the Far East stuck his tall In the crack on other
reports listing damages to Americanpropert Mrs 0, J. Anders entertainedthe
occasions, Fred probably figured :
( ;' including hospitals) missionary buildings, culturalins he d fool 'em this time, so Instead ladies of the Baptist W M. U..

H lu 'ons, and private homes as well as industrial build- of mukin' any pointed remarks at her Jiome Tuesday afternoon. TORACCOLIVE

s ing in 'hina. Japan has practically ceased purchasing materials I about what might or might not be leader Devotionals after were which conducted dainty refreshments by the
done to a flock of
from other nations except for warring be- were served I Ii
I hielers, should they happen, ,
cause she has had to tighten her belt to finance an undertaking -, to put In their appearance down

that is costing $5,000.000 a day. I our- way he makes out like hedon't ,i I JIM try Cliuich Noticrn !
N't: .'wdy wins loses' "What fools 1 know the answer and just
Everybody : we mortal I William Shaw Minister. Sunday
ain't in
su;> ,
!>: bt.," This time because he don't let School 10 A. M. Morning Worship I GROWERS"
| 11 A. M. Epworth League 7 P. M Ii Ii
-- ---f I himself go and say; what he proba-
:i Subject: "The Modern Church. :
bly thinks they start cllmbln' all
i Evening Service 8 P. M Sermon
him and
over are as sore as a I
1. almost every family, sooner or later, the conversation flock of owls because the Governor by the pastor. Subject: "The Chi'is- I

f includes a discussion, debate or battle over the relative safety don t say somethin' about boilin 'I clan Worker and His Tools." !i
j jI
;' of the various methods of travel that are available to the ,, 'em In oil or hang In' 'em to a tree. I 1 Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, Pastor. j| OAK
( No matter what else may be I INVITES YOU
I; ale( t in the year 1938. said about the Governor nobodycan I Sunday School 9:45: A. M. Morning '
I I 11 A. M. B. Y. U. 'I
Worship P.
n I We cannot give you the answer for the present season ever question his patriotism
j 7 P. M. Evening Worship 8 P. M. |
but the); National accurate figures are available. I his true democracy and his staunch Midweek Wednesday ,
Prayer Meeting, TO SELL
Americanism. If I were a Bund ON FLORIDA'SBIGGEST II
la 193G the number of passengers killed for every bil- starter I could think of a lot more I 8 P M.

lin :assenger miles travelled was as follows : healthier places to start one than ,
the state of Flat'Ida. particularlywith Miss Martha Welts was visiting
Trains 1 ; Automobiles 43 scheduled planes 101
; ; non-
relatives and friends in Jacksonville and BEST MARKET
a chap like Fred P. Cone sit- & I
scheduled planes 1,622.In I the week-end.
tin' In the Goveinor'a chair.Americans : over I

other words, the train was 4: times as safe as automobiles for the most part I.I Mrs. H. B. Arwood left ij ij'I

and 101 times as safe as the scheduled airplane in I are a patient, easy goln' lot, It \day for Birmingham, Ala., satur'l Ii'I '

takes plenty to get 'em stirred up she will visit for several ...s .._... .. __ !
tran"'portation service. According to the law of averagesyou I but when they do reach a point I F. R. Carradine who has been |I l"l'u.rn:. LI4"U.iit: :.$ I

could ride, in 193G a billion miles on a train before death where they "view with alium" they upending several weeks In Caro-i I 11/1/!// I
I generally find a way to do some- ( Una returned to his home here I Ii ,II
wa' due to reach you. Even on a scheduled plane you would i 1 r FLOORS MEAN
I Sunday.
thin' about It. While they may permit ;
havo been entitled to nearly 10,000,000 miles of journey be- I a few screwballs to purude for Sidney Shuford and Billy Plum- 1:11:lily; !
: fort the fatal trip. a time and shout for this or that, | mer, who have been visiting In AII- EARLIER SALES

o I of stand by curiously to listen to 1 ami returned to their homes here .

some red rabble rouser froth at I Monday. :

BRUTAL AND STUPID the mouth, the great mass of our I I Miss Oleta Smith, of Jackson- ,hi;, 0 OIX O ?

The brutality of the aerial murder\ of defenseless men, 120.000,000:: citizens! like a well vllle is spending her vacation here I., i

and is in the of known soup can be classed as 09 I at the home of her parents. I: 9 yr 1 li.
, women children in Spain and China opinion
((1 i and 44-100 percent pure. Good Mrs. J, HlKhtower, of iii 51 LARGE
military observers, equalled by the stupidity of such tactics. sound solid level headed AMERICANS -I visiting at the home of her daugh-I" ,

Undoubtedly designed to break down the morale of the that may appear harmless i ter Mrs 0, J. Phillips .

;. armies the aerial of thousands of und Indifferent but they constitute I Miss Eva A. Grant returned to -
opposing slaughter :: non- I 11il
I u mlghtly buzz-saw that is plenty I her home at Rock Harbor Me., WAREHOUSES
combatants in China and Spain has:: produced no appreciable dangerous to monkey with. ,I Friday after spending several '

weakening in the resistance of military units. Most military Nazism, Communism and other weeks here I I'll I,!

nutty isms' may get In our hair, A. A. Arm! who is employed at tr
experts believe exactly the contrary, that such barbarism o ,
I Hazelhurst Ga. Is spending'sever ;, e
but they seldom make any head- I I

produces intense emotions which tend to stiffen resistance.A way with more than a few millions al days at his home in East Law- Iii!iil. 11III':: :" ra __ ,I'Fwu

soldier, fighting in a front line, and knowing that the whose so-called minds are tey and while here will look after '
I \
warped and whose sense Values the wiring of his home for electrical III SETS
enemy may be dropping bombs on his family in some peace- I
are out of balance and the old balance service t
ful is to fight the foe with hatred and enthusiasm. iII
village, apt wheel of a hundred million Mrs. Eva Godwin, of the State !

In fact, the knowledge of what is going on behind the or mote can be depended on to I Farm, was visiting her parents Salaried Buyers t

lines, in most cases, will lead an individual fighter to take it steady In the boat and hold her here Saturday aftel noon.
In the channel. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and ':!I:
additional chances in order to kill more of the in front
enemy The Tampa News, recently suggested Mrs. V. R. Reddish were visitingin

k of him. 0AUTOMOBILES- the HEAL that It Americans might be a would good IdeaIf get noon.Jacksonville, Saturday after- :! $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

I together and pull off an "Amer-
VS. HOUSESThe Si O'rn'I: Of elLF1 OP TAX: n
iCanlsm Rally" and it Is an excel-
solution of the housing problem in the United States lent thought for while we resent (:IM Fn'ri MKKKB FIUA'I'FaNOTICE GIVEN that ; I

depends upon developing mass-production of houses, says attempts of this or that group to F.written T Aliernitthy request that hue the filed tax I with certlfIcHteN me- SELL AND RECEIVE

cru Harvey Wiley Corbett architect of Radio City. I
we do mighty little to promote and or levied taxes held by the !
Mr. Corbett declares "If we attempted to build a car ;other "Americanism" and sell It State be ailvertlMed and Mold to thhlvhoHt CASH
bidder fur each ac provided THE
today the way we build a house, it would cost $150,000 and to each other and the world at the bv Chapter LeirlMlature l 15258!, upon of the the 1917:following;act of I IdeHc SAME DAY ;

. would not run."" Under present conditions of mass-produc- large. .' >rll>eil real' eHtatu In the County I I Iat ,
--- -4-- -- Hradforil, State of Florida, toI I
, J tion and coordinated manufacture in assembling all the parts wit: I'il
: of an automobile at the factory, the labor cost, according to LAKE WALKS.-D. H. Sloan, of SWH. M"". II Tp. 7 H. It 21 I il $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ j,'
KiLMt eontaining AO AereM.
moreCI' I
Mr. Corbett, of putting together all the parts is "$3.40 for Jr.. circuit court clerk here an- !lewMThe .

.. each car." nounced Friday that he would ".rllfl.taxen...'to. Nim.he sold 111 lire and evidenteell.v KO& of I i Listen in Over WRUF 11:30 to 11:45
draw an annual salary of only : :
I 1931 and !*H1: respectively, and rep
, I. There certainly seems to be an opportunity to improve 14.800 in spite of the fact that the recent unpaid. ,taxex for the yearn Each Sales

the method of house construction in the United States. Some state supreme court has knockedout 110 to to 014105.ALSO I1UM. both. Inclusive, amounting Day---Hear the Auctioneer

I: smart industrialist will begin the fabrication of housing the 1935 special salary law. I : Lot R Frac'l part of Selling Florida's
Sloan Is the first of tbe county fee ,. Lot II nf Hlk I being 53u\ ft N Bright Leaf on the
units, which will be fitted together on the building lot. It A S hy 110 ft R:: A W. Alai Pom.at .
officials who has publicly announced NW Opt of l land owned by J,
is barely possible that large construction organizations will his Intention to refuse his legal (I. Turner on Cherry tit. A run
N on laid Ht.. KIM ft. B 210 ft i
'i visit various localities for the purpose of erecting fifty or a. salary. In a public statement Issued to Church St., S on Church I'll"
by Sloan he said. "In keeping 52" ft, W r : I
:' hundred homes in a few weeks. with campaign for office of of Htarke .In\t..r.Jz8"{ : LIVE
my IK! Tp, a S. n. 13 K' ,
Meeting the objection that the pre-fabricated homes will clerk of the circuit court, I shall The t...... to be Hold are evidencedby : OAKi
continue for the term to which I certificate No. IOU of 1931, and I
be standardized, Mr. Corbett says this not necessary as represent unpaid taxea for the yeara
was elected to file for the same 1931 to 1934. both Inclusive, amount-
model with definite
each builder will be able to construct his naIn $181.89. i
salary that waa In effect at the __
prices for each unit that he puts into hU structure. I time I took office. Illk. 1, 1 evidenced nf lake by Klnoley Certificate HelffhtaNo. No. I

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I'liemlh of :Mrs i. A. DUVIS regret Miss: Olorln Johns. uf JaeknonMilt Mrs E c Clara anti son. E. (c. ': Mi, and Mrs Andrew Muller GRAHAMMr

ii : 10 know that she is ronftmdlu '' -. was a recent guest of her )Ji ot Otala I !ni" i lvt'd Thursday for'' ..mil, Mi ,mil11) Allnit .1 I tauten. '
I In i liumi, 'I' : I. ( Smith c'orMrs i
on account ot illness.Mr KI itndprut nth, Mi and Mrn T. .1 visit Z. Itf N v''.,
a with Judge and Mrs. A. i ;Mimmil : .r.I VM ic hen itHK .
Bits of -- Griffin: Adkinn at their summer home on Mr and Mrs Chns Searing, ; I {
and Mrs H. C. Ritch are en- KlngFley Lake. Mrs. Clark Is a the patents of Mrs. Muller and Roy Roberts and i !, Joying a vacation In Winchester, Mr. and Mr. D. B. White, of niece of Judge A klns. I Mrs Jansscn They are also visiting: lei, Enza of the State Farm were, e'n; ,'

Cc. and other points In Kentucky: Fernandina, were guests last weekof _. i| their brothers, Earl and Glen SearIng visiting relatives here Friday I

. IDeal ies I Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. C. Mrs. C. G Arendell and Haynes' The latter entertained the Mr and lefts L. C. Smith were t L .' '

Mra W. E. MIddleton and Mr. I. Manassa.Mr. Grant, Jr., of Jacksonville are visitors at Kingsley Lake while dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.! Dug- I +
s and Mrs. E L. Matthews spent! spending this week here as guestsof I they were here.MISSION. ger Jones, in Sampson City. Sun i 1
, CONCERNING Monday morning In Gainesville. and Mrs.\ J. G. Alvarez, of Mrs. Arendell's brother and sis ..- .------.- ----- day. I I

PROUKESS(; OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof ter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. II.LLNI) Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dyal and t
Mrs! Edna McNeil, of Tampa, Mr. Alvarez' mother, Mrs. Hil- Haynes. I TAUKUNACLKTime family were visiting In Sampson i
0h i was the guest of Mrs. L. S. Hutto I dabelle Bence, and Mrs. Lala II I was forgotten by those In City Sunday. J "

Tuesday. Chace. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hoffman of attendance at the Mission Hall Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds of r 1
------- Apalachicola were guests several I Bible Study Tuesday night. An Reddick, were visiting her parents, l I''
stel'Dberg has been visiting Mr. and Mrs Gerald E. Middle. Mrs. Annie Harrison spent last Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and I days last! week of Mr. and Mrs' Intense Interest wall manifested as Mr. and Mra.\ E Strickland recently -

\BeD E WallI'/ In Jacksonville. ton spent Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. week in Jacksonville visiting baby Martha are guests this weekof I L. A. Gray. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. the able leader, the Rev. Raymond I ,

friends. Mrs. Landrum's parents, Mr. I Gray and children and Mr. and J. Gomes, of Palatka brought the Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Reynolds
Rev Frank Robinson andp and Mrs. Gerald E Middle- and Mrs.\ J. F. Rogers, of Jack Mrs. Hoffman visited the :Marine message! The subject upon which of Tampa who have been visiting I ,

The carpenter were visitors in ton are occupying an apartment at Miss Irene Hogan. of Jackson- sonville. Studios In St. Augustine the study was based was "Four In New York City spent Sunday \
Monday the home of Mrs. S. F. Hamrick. --- I Things the World. Does Not with Mr. and Mrs\ J. E. Call a
eland ville, was the guest Thursday and Miss
Lois Adkins returned Sat- of 'p
Know: These were shown to he Miss Lenthy Laughbrldge ,
Friday of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ben- urday afternoon from Jacksonville Mrs. B. E. Witherow and son,, ..1 ; "
}4'. Brown ando :Mrs. N. D us follows: Rome Ga., who was visiting her ,
Mrs M. Wainwright, Jr, nett. Charles of Odom Ga., and Mrs
I' )II'' and where she had spent a week God, Christ The Holy Spla It. sister Mrs. W. T. McEver returned \ I
few in Gainesville
spent a days last
Marcus spent Mopday with her brother-in-law and sis C. C. Muthls of Macon, Gft, are '
and the Christian. to her home SaturdayMrs ,
Zrtksonvlllej week. Mrs. K G. Duncan and son ter, Mr. and Mrs Fred Mr and Mrs. Knight and
Kauper spent Tuesday in Lake ---- ( here after I,
of 1 Corinthians her home Saturday
Wed- W T. Frlpp, of Key West, was their guests spent Sunday In Fer- chapter I h i
K Duncan spent Butler as guests of Mr and Mrs Mrs. DeWitt C Jones of Gaines The references ably supported the I pending several days with relatives )
B fl) ,,? ;.nlnesvllle\ as the guest the guest last week-end of Mr. Marcus Howard. ville spent several days here last nand lna. : declaration that in spite of the so- in Ocala.

$ ,"rI i ui" T. E Duncan. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. I week as the guest .if her pareD.ts.Mr. I Mrs.- culled advancement of knowledgein ,'I liiLet's
P. A. Hoffman, of Apalachicola, : and Mrs. A. M. Darby, at their I W T. Jackson and Mrs. D. the world they know nothing at r I

\ / Adkins and son A. Raymond Gomes of Palatka, is spent the week-end here with his! summer home on Kingsley Lake. I C Forehand retained to their' all of spiritual things They are Come On Farmers '
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.I homes In Baconton, and Albany,
inv -- --
\uum-, .n. .. spent Friday brother-In-law and ulster, Mr. and only discerned by plrltunlly-
''II". Quigley this week. I I Mrs. L. A. Gray. Miss Madge Mldilleton has returned -I Ga., eRpectlvely after spending minded people. This explains the Get Together ; ; .
yea" I I to her home utter spending some time here as guests of Mr I many differences of opinion even l'IIIt..1e will stand lint dl, hi- + n P
I two weeks In Jacksonville with I and Mra D. P. Carpenter and Mr. ed we will fall
Mrs Hogan Smith and Miss Christians. A person's
"r Irwin and Miss :Mina Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manasaa I( among +
.pent Friday In Jackson- Doshla Smith pent Tuesday in I and baby, Ann, of DeLand, lire the her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs T T. Long. I point of view Is largely determined 1. I/<.t'H take Mr. JullHiiPeek tr( a
!aa, and Mrs E L MIddleton. and Mr. Jack field and
Jacksonville.W guests of Mr. Manassa's mother, i i I by his prejudices, his weaknesses t
,!It --- -- -- Scott put them under I..nd.'e know
Mrs C I Manassa. Mrs.bur A. formerlyof ; of the flesh and his selfishness -
1 Miss Ruth Murrhee returned that Nome days: the farmers lire
Starke but now living in .
H. Harrell and W. A. Crews, Orlando
Tbt K. md Mrs. W. A. Sunday to her home In Lawtey after Is visiting relatives In North There were three visiting ministers Heated of 4000. I.rt'n. take 2% :
lr 'I i i,",kaonvllle.\ were visiting of Brooker were business visitors Mr. and Mis.\ T. W Rawls, of a foul' week's visit at Doctor's Bay Ontario, Canada, and writes present besides the "Regu on the first $1,000, which will i

Srieiids lert Monday afternoon. here Friday afternoon. 1 Lake City, were guests Sunday Inlet as the guest of her sister, friends here Interestingly of her lars", there were also some out of to *2O hut will hire 3 men. '
I afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mrs. Frankie Sue Moody. I trip. Since arriving In Canada she town Let'. Ink 2% off he other
of Lawtey, Misses Christine and Rena Mae Smith.G. visitors.Taberna..l" ,
MISf Ruth Murrhee. has visited the home of the DI- .1,000: to Ito In the treimury, i
Lu ttit guest of Miss Alma Murr- Cutahaw, of Lawtey, were visiting Mr and Mrs L.. S. Hutto and 1 onne Quintuplets seeing them in Just a regular service waft held which will l h.. $60 to operate on e

If ,via the week-end here Wednesday L. Patten of Tallahassee family visited Silver Springs Sunday i I person which she say makes one Friday night of last week at the mid buy grading niu. ..liluerj' stud
spent the week-end here as the 1 I Also while away from home appreciate much more their health Tabernacle, but it was of Interestto at the end of the) wamm. let
i 3 R iohns Jr, l is spending this Mrs. J. B. Carlisle spent last guest of Mr. and Mrs. T Frank they visited friends In Oxford and and loveliness. all "Four Doors" was chosenas each farmer get his. share of 1 the

eclc it Kingsley Lake on a brief week In Jacksonville visiting rel- Landrum. Colemnn I a topic and a splendid' lesson 3% that Is left I is
lication from God'sVord.. 2. I'ut jour Inirlex. anti \rg
Friends of Mrs W. E. Torode was brought
-- Miss Mary Brownlee left last I Members and friends of the has This Friday night a treat is in stables. up III first eliutH. Hhiim.| 9
will be glad to learn that she
Hiss! Marv t'anova of Tallahas- :Mr and Mrs. T K. McClane Jr., week for Alton, 111, where she has Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion I returned to her home here after store for all who will make nn effort hit jour iiunio on each" packnn1'When ;' .

'e., pen the week-end here with are upending' two weeks at Keystone accepted a position as X-ray lab- will enjoy the hospitality of I being confined to St Vincent's I to come out to the service. wo get 5110 signer. \\'tI

tef mornMrs. E E. Conova. Heights. oratory. technician In a clinic. Mrs. Noble White In their meeting I Hospital In Jacksonville for several The Rev Robt O Witty pastor of will call a nieHlnif tit the court
-------- Friday afternoon. Faith Temple Jacksonville and a IIOUMI Then wo can snot Air.
weeks following an automo-
[ co' eat Mrs J E Putch, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman of Mr and Mrs S T. Dell of 'I bile accident. group of his fine young people leek 11".1II': Fields. to Juc'kmmvilio -
Leer 'r. recent guests of Mr. Heilbronn Springs announce the Gainesville, have moved to their Mr and Mrs. A. A Walnwrightand will conduct the service Those and buy fortill/rr In ,
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ltd Sin, H L Biownlee.UJHI1TPD5. birtli of a boy on Monday, July 18. home on Kingsley Lake for the I son, George of Jacksonville, who have been listening In on the carload lots. and seta the farmer t
remainder of the summer. were guests Sunday afternoon of I W B Mundy returned to his Faith Temple broadcasts will not $t to $10 on the. ton. and
Mr and Mrs II A. Bishop and Mr and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and I. home hero the later part of I theweek want to miss this opportunity foru Liter get our crates und Tulsa
family have moved to their sum- H. Hall of is the after spending a week in lie farmer -
J. Tampa Mist\ Hannah I clone! acquaintanceKNJOY li> the car nnd nave r..
Lake. Swindell' I Laurens, S. C., with relatives Mr\
mer place on Kingsley guest of his son and daughter-ln- -- haute of money.
I law, Mr and Mrs. A 11. Hall this Mr and Mrs. James Lewis left Mundy was accompanied home by' I: YOUR MEALS Tills mc-4-tlnif will In called
Mr and Mrs J. B Dye, of Ft. week. last Friday for Roanoke, Va., I Mrs. Mundy, who has spent the ,I Achl-In causes people noon to get: the filmier to pl..l.t.
Lauderdale, are occupying their past two weeks in Laurens. < and ww > t it.
where they will spend two weeksas I much suffering and unliapptnexH more 'berries
on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. R. F. Prather and ., the on the a S
cottage Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs C. D. I Yet, to those acquainted with run rail buyers
Fein Mrs. J. N. Prather, of Jennings, Shank I Major and Mrs. G C. Irwin and i Hlsma-Rex, this common affliction lard and sell for rash and. let

Roswell Noegel has returned to La., are guests of Mrs. Prather's ------ -- --- Miss\ Mina Manassa spent several holds little terror, for they know I the farmers conic In next tiny
his home here after a week's va- mother, Mrs. Fay Gill. Miss Carolyn Hutto, of Columbia days this week In Atlanta Ga, as the prompt, thorough, and effec- anti get their shacks lean 2%. '
cation at Cedar Keys. S. C., returned home Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs J. P. tive relief this excellent antacid This IN. baited on the Dr. Townsend /
IFOR SALE Porto Rico sweet potato Mrs E. T. King and MrsJ.\ after a two week's vacation here I Burns. They were accompaniedhome preparation brings. I'lim and we must give s

vines, $1 per thousand. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand D. Doyle, of Jacksonville, were with her parents, :Mr and Mrs. L by Mrs. Burns and two They have experienced the him credit for same l
F.StumpFOR Mrs. T. T. Long were business guests Wednesday of Mrs. Doyle's S. Hutto. I daughters, Joan and Jean who amazing comfort and freedom of We will leave a book at the kfi IEt

': visitors In Jacksonville, Thursday mother, Mrs. Fay Gill. will visit here for several weeks. I the scientific four-way action of court house for the farmers to
SALEStrawberry plants. Mr and Mrs John Uglow, Mr. Bisma-Rex alga up and the coot to join tho
Prices right See MUlard Judd. Little Miss Patsy Ruth Wainwright Mrs. Fay Gill, Mrs J. N. Pra- and Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold, of Try it. union will be a fee of $1.
ltp has returned after spendIng ther, and Mr. and :Mrs. R. F. Pra Billiard and two children: Bill and Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Buy Bisma-Rex at Carpenter's, (Signed)

|FOR RENT -- Furnished apart. six weeks in Miami with her ther spent Wednesday In St. Augustine Ann, were shopping'In Gainesville, Mrs. W. S. Stroman and Mrs i'the Rexall Doug: Store In Starke, C. C. GRIFFIS I ;
and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. I and Mrs. God-
ment, with private bath extraroom uncle aunt Tuesday. S. S. Dowllng. Mr. fit's exclusive agency

If desired. Locked garage.- Clark. 1 bold were accompanied back toI I I - --.-- -- i
IP A. Scott, Starke, Fla., Phone Mrs. Mae Jones, of Jacksonville, Miss Frances Jane Hatfield returned Jacksonville by her mother, Mrs. -
fc Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and I Is the guest of her brotherinlawand to her home here Thursday Stroman, who will spend some 2
?* sons Edward and Harold who sister Dr. and Mrs. W. E. after spending six week In Mon- time In the city.

g FOR SALE- -300,000 strawberry have been guests of :Mr. and Mrs.T. : MIddleton. tlcello and Macon, Ga., with HALL'SWEEKEND

plants Will make price right. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Ritch, friends and relative. Mra. C. C. Hoppe returned to
|U./ RioUen, Box 72, Route No. returned Sunday afternoon to Miss Christine Beavers, of El- her home here Wednesday from a

Jl 1, Starke 7-22 4t-p', their home in Ovieda. berton, Ga., is the guest of her Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr, spent I brief visit In Tampa with her par- f' 1
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and several days in Lawtey this week ents, Mr and Mrs. A. C. Durden.
i Mrs. W. N. North. where she was called because of She was accompanied home by hereon

the illness of her father, E. J. Jimmy who has sent the CASH SPECIALSGrocery
and Mrs. L. L. Roane and Robert ..
Mr. past two weeks with bis grandparents. t
NAT SEZ: children of Jacksonville, were the & Market Lunch Room ;
guests Sunday of Judge and Mrs. George F. Scott member of the ? ,

I envy the fellow who sits around A Z. Adkins, at Kingsley Lake. faculty of Southern College in Mrs. Walter Weatherbee and Near Seaboard Station I'
and takes life ea yHe doesn'tmake I Lakeland, spent Wednesday and
much money, but he has a Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton, of Thursday here with Mr. and Mrs W E. Bryant has returned home 1.1j

heck of n !good time. Course. ,he's he, .I Jacksonville l is the guest of her F. A. Scott. I confined and Is able to Riverside to sit up Hospital after being In i FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Lbs. 58c
talked about:; folk. say Dr. and Mrs.V.. E. -----
gel grandparents
Jacksonville for a week. He and i 20 Lbs. 50c
for noth-
and good Mrs.
no count lazy Middleton. :Miss Gertrude Heering,
W In'% but the fellow who U. progress William Lemen and Miss Miriam I Mrs. Bryant recently returned I __ ----- -- --

l\e and Industrious gets. talked Mr.\ and Mrs. L. D. Vining and Stubbs of Green Cove Springs vllle from and a month Ashville spent, N. In C. Waynes- I MEAL, 10 Lbs. __ __ 19c e i
about just. a'4 much and more, too, niece, Mary Ann Watson, spent were visiting friends here Wednes- ...
-- -- ------- ---- -- --
lOt) what the h-. 'B<-.-n 10 our Friday and Tuesday In Jackson- day.I .
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Matthewsand LARD Compound Lb. 9'/2c ii
? ,
Sule jet ville. '-' -
I Miss Josephine Stroud, of Cleveland E S. Matthews spent the I : _

Brown, G. E. McGauley, Ohio and Miss PaulineStroud week-end in Orlando as guests of
L. A.
JTLY CLEARANCE JULY CLE.tR.tNCEMANl1ATTAN and J. W. Plnholster, of Brooker, I of New York City are Dr. and Mrs. H B. McLendon. PEARL GRITS, 10 Lbs. __ 20cI' j
back to i -- ---- ------
stock of business visitors here Mon- spending the summer here at their They were accompanied
Our entire day were home. Starke by Mrs E. S. Matthews, I' RICE, Blue Rose, 5 Lbs __ __ 15c
SHIRTS WOMEN'SSHOES I who has spent the past two weeks .
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Stockwelland Martha Brownlee, who l is I with Dr. and Mrs McLendon.. I
Th< finest shirt on the mar Mr. and Mrs. C. Miss OLEO BUTTER, 2 Lbs. __ _ 25c +
ket last day at this price, White shoes that sold up to daughters Miss Mary Lor- attending summer school at the ---------
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Saturday $245 a pair$1.65 raine and Kathleen, of Eustis, will University of Florida in Gainesville Mrs. Carl Chambliss. ban returned '
$1.49 spend this! week-end here. spent the week-end here with to her home In Jacksonville, i BACON, Best Side, Lb. 12Y2cII
I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. after a week's visit here with her _

I Miss Martha Ann Burton, of Brownlee.Mr. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. BANANAS 15c
Rome Ga., Is the guest of her Colley and her sisters Misses Katie 1sb.ib.
JULY CLE.U .\NCE JULY CLKARXNCE: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and and Mrs. John M. Brownleeand and Virginia Fugate. Mrs. i II .12

; LADIES'DRESSES Mrs. Sam Anderson. baby of Gainesville, were the Chambllaa was accompanied home CHUCK / '
MEN'S SUITS guests Sunday of Mr. Brownlee's by the Misses Fugate who will i e I; ,

1"11"81 are Men's Al Kay Carlisle Marlon Williams parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. i, visit in Jacksonville for some time WILSON'S F 'E'D TRIPE 20c

'1Q'l1bl.' young Clean Sweep of Summer and Albert Torruella have I Brownlee, and Mrs. S. E. Brown- I ____ ._____________ __ ____
[Ult, Sl6.breasted:O value-late model frocks at that- sold up to $6.95. returned from CMTC at Fort Scre- lee. I Little Miss Joan Thomas-has returned -: 2 Lb. JAR PEANUT BUTTER 20c f)
going -- -- ----
ven, Ga. to her home In Daytona __ _
$12.85 $1.49 to $3.99 ; ----. ----- Mrs E. J. Dowling spent Tues- : Beach, after spending a week herewith --- t

i C. II Nasworthy, Jos E. Wilson, day in Gainesville visiting Miss her grandmother, Mrs. E. M BABY, LIMA, Northern Beans, Lb. 4l/2c i
attended the district Jessie Mae Brannen of Hampton, .
and W. H. Hart Thomas. She was accompanied ---- --- -- ----- -
meeting In Lake City who recently had her tonsils removed home by Mrs. Thomas, Mr. and :
JULY CLEARANCE Jf'LYRtNCE Rotary AJachua I SALT, I% Lb. Pkg. .. 3c f
the first of the week. at the County Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson and son, Edgar -
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MEN'S SI'ORTOXFORDS Hospital. who with Mr.
spent Sunday
\V AStlErp NTS L E Jordan of Ovieda, spent I and Mrs. Joe Thomas. : BRISKET RIB STEW, Lb. _. 12J%c ',, '

Veil made Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs W A. Stern and ----.- -.--- .

10 wash materials pants of_Sanforlz-real Good Shoes made by Peter T. J. Griffin. He was accompaniedhome 1 daughter Miss Louise Stern, andA Mr and Mrs. J. Harry Benson OATMEAL, 2'/ Lb. Pkg. 15c
bargain a Shoe Co., .and no old stock by Mrs. Jordan and two L. Kahr, Sr. and Miss Jenelle were guests at a buffet supper at I -

Harold, who Hutching, spent Sunday at St. Wm. Norman In ,
sons Edward and the home of Dean
$2.49 I TOMATO CATSUP 14 Oz. bottle 9c
$1.00 up have spent the past three weeks Augustine Beach and the Marine Gainesville Wednesday night In ,
here. Studios.DRINK honor of the summer faculty at the I

I University of Florida. Other guests I I HONEY BOY COFFEE, pure, Lb._. 15c '
Jl'I.Y CLEARANCE LILY; CLEARANCEn : Included Dr. and ).[1'.. John J. i
II IIPepsiCola
SUMMER ,\ added attraction Tigert, Dr. and Mrs. G Ballard LOOSE GROUND COFFEE Lb. 9c
Simmons, and Mr and Mrs. M. O. I'I I ; .

I Take your pick of any hat These are fine quality sheets -- ----- I : T-BONE; STEAK, Lb. 17c ,
in we house-some sold as J. M Alvarez baa returned to i .
81d9as : -
high' $2,95. size his home here after enjoying a vacation -' Try Hall's Pepper Hash, it's delicious, T "

69c 97c daughter with, Mr his and son-in-law Mrs John and H.I I I"" Pt. Jar _. _- _. 20c I II t ti

Gill in Monroe, N. C. Mr Alvarez ;I I -- - ,

was accompanied: home by Mr. and
It Pay to Buy atSTERNBERG'S Mrs. Gill and son, Jackie Joe, who i ) QUICK SERVICE i

BIGGER AND BETTER will spend two weka at Kingaley
Lake. They are occupying Mra. E. I ri

L. Biggs' cottage. I ,




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TELKORrif. 8TARKE. FLORIDA pnrr0 > 11
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I SOUTH MUST i OCALA -. Lightning killed a JACKS/N\11tI'; i i ,1 (

NEWSFLORIDA boy, Injured another and stunned rangemt'nls i I",, .
I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES GUARD TIMBERi LIVE STATE 't'lve' other persons on the Ocala! town victim. (,,i

.- il I| highlands Golf Course Sunday. crash, which i ,
OF INTEREST TO BR.VDrORD GROWERS Southern Coastal area, FACTS Bobby TurnlpHecd, 14, was instantly three personsernoon ,

I homo i of a rapidly expanding pine I killed. Charles Shryock 16, re- during

I pulp Industry, has received a newappeal PLENTIFUL: BAFFLING MALtDYMIAMI.Physicians I ceived bums and was paralyzedbelow the nine-mile | ,
I from the Government For- RADIOS ARE turned to (he hips for several hours. Boulevard w<'i u

RURAL I Hints To HousewivesWeekly est Service to stand guard over Its ._ TAMPA---A recent survey shows madeby that I Federal scientists Saturday for aid I I I Rendered unconscious by the shock day night, whn', ,

Umberlands. I. Variety Magazine I were Shryock's mother, wife of an two of the hOIlI'II'1, 0
COMMON SENSEBy I 297.000 Florida homes have radios in determining the Identity of a | i imnlned
from Home Demonstration Ocula dentist; Floyd Keeney and serious
of- that caused the
The Forest Service, one the population at; baffling malady
I Specialist TallahasseeOLD today. Figuring Bobby Nichols. Leslie Wade and The body '>j' \ ,.
SPUDS JOHNSON ficial today, does not doubt the In- the state at 1.670,000 there Is one death of 4-year-old Calvin Haith ,
I dustry's value to States In whichIt radio for every six persons In the and affected five others. On the Donald Clyatt were stunned. All : Gates, Jr., of .i,1,, i It rl

DI\'ERSrF'i'-NOT ANEW INNER TUBES I Is located as an outlet for low state. Dade County is listed first theory the death might have been recovered Immediately. A shower was described iw ti :I

STORY BUT IMPORTANTENOUGH : grade material tonnage for rail- with 38,000 Duval second with caused by an alusive poison hospital I drove Turnlpseed Shryoch Mrs. automobile which ram |

If one owns a car, there Is al- roads and ports employment for 36,730 and Hlllsborough third with authorities sent the contentsof Shryock and Keeney to the shelter west on the bouh \ I
FOR REPEATING ways a supply of old Inner tubeson thousands.But 32,990. The survey also shows that the boy's stomach and other I of a huge oak tre near the fourth crashes:: with 'Hi., M

hand which may be put to use a Forest Service bulletin says Florida has sixteen radio station specimens to Federal laboratoriesat : tee, where young Nichols: operatesa Company bus pn, ",, ...t dry ru

Diversification is not a new story around the house in various ways. the pulpwood capacity of Southern while Georgia has only fourteen. Washington. The child's father, drink stand. Lightning struck forwarded Sundae '" ,
but It's so important so neces- Besides the numerous floppy mills In a single year, 3,000.000 Florida also outranks Georgia in- Joseph M. Haith, 30, employe of the tree, setting fire to the limbs. Ga., for Interment, '",

sary for the success of the farm toys one can make from Inner cords, would make an unbroken the number of radio equipped an insecticide firm was in a crit- Persons at the club house, near- Mrs. Emma Voruji i ,

that it bears repeating.Just tubes for the kiddies they also stack four feet high and four feet homes. ical condition and the mother ly half a mile from the tree, said a bus passenger, "t? ardpt

how important It la has serve as very durable stair pads. wide from New York to San Francisco .. Ruth, 29, was seriously ill. Mrs. '' they saw a burst of flame as the the Central) Florm' Mot,

been realized too late by many a Two protect the and then down bolt struck. for burial
strips together back again TAG SALES INCItEASETALLAHASSEE.At Mary Sue Bomar, 28, of Washington ___ _.___
farmer and many a farming community linoleum at the kitchen cabinet the coast to Florida. the close a sister of Mrs. Halth/ ; Miss on --- --- ,
The St. Augustine Record sink, and stove. Cracked or broken -, The new Industry has served, 30 of this Elsie Wiese, nurse for Mrs. Bo- --1
of business on June year
puts it this way: "Agricultural crocks make very pretty therefore, forest experts said to the Motor Vehicle Department had mur's 41-weeks-old baby and Miss R

communities which have developedon er containers If a small fIOW-// emphasize the Souths alreadypressing Mildred Blackaby a family friend,
passed the six million dollar markIn HAVE YOU ENTERED
one crop have felt the blight chipped out of the bcttom to permit need for preservation and total collections for the first were less seriously affected. The ?

that comes from a worn-out system drainage and two two-inch restocking of woodland, resources. considerable baby did not become ill. Dr. R. i iI
half of 1938, showing a
Any community prosperity is bands of an old tube put on, one Southern States from the Caro- C. Woodard hospital superintendent ,I ENTER NOW
Increase over 1937 when the Em i
dependent upon the back country, near the top and one near the bot- linas around the coast to Texas said there was no suspicionof I
mark not 1 ROYAL ,
I six million dollar was ( September t R. I"
and in the meantime It has cometo tom, and then all painted. These now have 38 pine mills, and there foul play. I \ ?,
reached until some time In October is frt ,
that diversification If handled _____ I I giving absolutely _:
be recognized will last for a long time is! talk of others. A recent survey i
is the backbone of the agricultural carefully. I showed (he resultant 1937 pulp- According to the report made
oroKram." Two strips of tubing in the pantry wood drain was 2,335,790 cords. public, by, D. W.de nrtment Finley commlsI a comp -_ OCALA -- The famous Murphytax \ of $50 each ; and. 50 thi-! : ".

Diversification, I n plainest fastened with linoleum binding I The problem Is localized. Gener- I s over o of the records for 1937 and law has "cost" Marlon County :jilU i eacn. semi:: in as man;:,, d,

terms, means that it's safer to deaden r.olse and protect the ally speaking, an official explained parlson 1938 shows that a total of 416,421 approximately $660,000 accordingto you wish for each week's .t'."." rn

grow several cash crops, that It'snOl floor. A piece of tubing folded timber is drawn from within a were sold when the books figures Issued recently In Talla- i enter the contest simply c'",un''..' mg

so safe to grow just one cash over the end of the kitchen table 200-mile radius of the mill. Dan- tags balanced at the close of hassee by Comptroller J. M. Lee I'I 1 sentence with 25 words: 01 !

crop no matter how good the I before the food chopper Is fastenedon ger spots therefore will be centered June were for this which represents The figures were based on collections I like ROYAL CROWN Cola ''I, .' ie-
prospects are, and that the will protect the table finish. largely along the coastal regions it "
an increase of 10,523: over up to June 18 However, cause Mail your star mi-ir with
safest and most Important thing A supply of bands of varying where the of
: ,
out here
sold at was pointed by no one metal crown from (it111 I
the repotted u >
tags AL
to do is to grow as much food and I widths, cut from old tubes, will Southern mills have been locatedto of the imagination could the coun- r' [DL4

feed as the family and the farm : serve for children's garters In an I take advantage of cheap water the same time last. year. ty have realized 100 percent If the CROWN ROYAL Cola bottle or a ut unite
stock requires or, at least to emergency or for slippers that transportation. Cola, ( olumbus'Georgia.
I taxes and Interest on the books,
P do this Insofar as it is possible. have that annoying habit of slip. The answer? Foresters here apparently TO PROTECT TURTLESTALLAHASSEE.All and on many of the items no mon I I For more details' ask '{our

"A farmer who does not make ping up and down as one goes agree on at least the initial agents of ey would ever have been realized. I S" softdrink dealer for a contv, \ 'ni
his farm provide him with food about her work. two or three steps-fire pro the State Conservation Board have The value of the tax liens which I Io Entries are not acknowledgi-n" t TO

and feed for himself, his family, Tubing cut as stockings are used tection re-stocking no cutting of been instructed by R. L. Ddwling, have been sold in Marlon County, I insure absolutely impartial ?

and his stock is not a successful for hooked rugs. Cut In N." to 1" email trees. supervisor, to make special efforts according to the comptroller's of- I ROYAL CROWN has emp..'. ., t1: \ri

farmer Yes, he may grow one widths tubing makes resilient The obvious first, they say, is during July and August to enforce fice, was $665,442.19. The amount outside company to selec: I 1".. vm-

cash crop for a year maybe sev- seating for old chairs with no bottoms fire protection. C. Stowell Smith, the closed season on loggerhead, realized for the county, state and ; ners (Reuben H. Donnellm

eral years and make enough ; weave the rubber as that of a government forester who has sur- or sea turtle. The sea turtle is an other taxing units was $11,95591 I All winners are notified h. ) |
:money from It to buy all the food the hickory split-bottomed chairs. / veyed the Southern region, declared ungainly fellow, sometlmeo reach- ..------- 1 the eleven top winners
and feed he needs, but, In the --+ elimination of forest fires alone Ing 800 pounds in weight. Turtles Co in .1
contest are announced on I ,
usually hap- ashore to lay in I ,
long run something might be enough to take care of come only eggs -"a.'a' ""
pens to that one cash crop that Live Oak Market the whole situation. the sand, and at this season Is an CROWN REVUE broad.
Shirley Crews remained In a serious
:makes him regret that he didn't I Spokesmen for the service said easy prey for man. For this reasona Friday night over the111<
For SalesLIVE condition Sunday in the Duval
I Ready
attention to the from v9
pay .1 little more mill operators apparently were closed season extending County Hospital with bullet i p I
oilier things/ These words by Dr. of their of May through August has been set
becoming aware part
wounds in her abdomen which officers ROYAL CROWN COLA
H Ilarold Hume, of the State Ex- OAK July 13.Six large : the responsibility.The aside for their protection. said her father admitted Inflicting -
periment Station, have been proven ----.--
tobacco warehouses with sufficient forest service had preparedfor after killing her mother

true time and time again In floor space to spread two and one- I Southern State Legislatures a JAIL UKI.nEKY: Mrs. Olle Mae Crews 27, early

the agriculture of Florida! and half million pounds of bright leaf draft of a model law to protect KISSIMMEE. -- Harry Hlxon Saturday night in the Mandarin

other states. are ready for sales to begin here forest lands. Columbus, Ga., prisoner who was section.

Every farm should have a garden Thursday morning, July 28. 1 serving four months for drunken
Under terms of this legislation, Wilburn R. Crews, the 33yearold -
that will produce food in season -
Experienced warehousemen will i timber regulations would be left to 1 driving was believed responsibleby father, is In the Duval County I
for the farm family and a surplus '
operate the floors here this season. the State Forest Commission or Sheriff Young Tlndall for effecting jail. Mrs. Crews was shot four
to be canned for the lean part
All have earned splendid reputa- corresponding agency, which the Jail delivery last Sun- times and was killed instantly and
of the year. Every tions as competent operators, as- would act upon the advice of coun- day night whereby four inmates Shirley was shot one time In the

have a good milk cow or two or suring Live Oak of as fine a set of I ty committees. Its purpose would of the Osceola County jail escaped. abdomen, Deputy Sheriff Ernest

three good milk cows to provide and managers as the belt possesses. I be to minimize fire losses to pro- Two of the men have been Hartley said, I
milk for the family
sufficient Two sets of buyers have been 'vide for re-stocking, and to pro- captured, the other two being at --- l
maybe a bit to spare for sellingin granted Florida's oldest and larg- hibit the cutting of small trees. large, though reports of their I-NG MEET I i'ywdwAQOy

the form of butter. Every farm:I est market-the only additionalset Southern climate, soil and other whereabouts are being investigated TALLAHASSEE. Swimming I MAGAZIN '
should have a poultry flock large'enough
to of of buyers granted any of the conditions. Smith said are such by sheriff's forces here as the and diving events In which Florida
provide plenty eggsGOODYEAR
76 markets In the high bright leaf that forests will re-stock them search goes on. and Georgia swimmers will com-
belt although great efforts were selves if given the chance The pete at the American Legion Water
made to secure more by over half problem, therefore, he added is a COOPERATIVE Carnival to be held at Wakulla r

.- ..galesb of the markets. long-range one. BRADENTON-Manatee county Springs Thursday afternoon and

15:5:: I: 6o The superior type of leaf raisedIn To stress the importance of timber growers were informed at the annual night were announced Sunday by

Florida should be kept separate resources, foresters call attention meeting of the Manatee coun- Harry Van Brunt, chairman of the

from that of other states, officials to the fact :59 percent of the ty growers association that 752 swimming contest committee. At

let pointed out in order that Florida Soutli's: land area is In forest carloads of vegetables had been the same time H. H. Bluestein,

leaf may secure a separate and growth of one stage or another marketed by the organization this chairman of the bathing beauty

distinct grade which in turn will while only 36 percent is used for season. The gross cash income to contest committee announced that farm. KOMI* 7 e

command higher prices. agriculture and six percent devoted grower members was placed at he is receiving a number of entries ,, .r+F
Warehousemen to operate here to other uses approximately $500,000.: It was the for the contest from Florida girls ,

this season Include: H. W. Gauchat ,, Three States they add have associations 20th year of operation He predicted that this even in the I

&: Son, who erected a large addi- been for two centuries the sourcesof during that period In excess day long entertainment sponsoredby

tional floor here this season and 60 to 80 percent of the world's of ten million dollars has been paidto the Claude L. Sauls Post American -I --

will operate two floors; Smothers supply of naval stores-turpentine growers of the county the report / Legion will be among one of /

Brothers and Calhoun. who will rosin and pitch. revealed.FLORIDA'S the: most popular events to be offered I

manage the large new twin ware ;

houses they built this spring; Nat A .
Smith and Lee Knott, who will BEAUTIFUL MAIL BOXES : r-- -ii-i fjiTjTT |
supervise) sales in the first ware I TOBACCO HARVEST IN FULL PENSACOLA.-A cleanup week J ..,,0' QAmert .... Fnll
110'1 : 0
house built In Florida and the designed to stimulate interest in e. b Gar;dm. JIt""c an Poultew.t.. I rr
\sff 110"" .. \ate' 0 8r..d.
large brick state floor, respectively I SWING AS OPENING NEARS keeping rural mall boxes attrac- \ -.-. QBlade C faCateaa n

tive In appearance will be launched Vfff&JSZz'I r a QCeun fed ysr. '
FROWj frY Nome
b Live Oak merchants plan to visit -- August 1 by Postmaster M. I r. Q Farm. nd
GAINESVILLE.-With the mar- Other counties producing tobacco Oliver Druwner. Patrons will be \ a 110m...boW M o 9*'"* r 'f' 101O"'aJ .r
tobacco-growing sections' of Florida I Ho.. 00 COod BloI.. :: PIcaU'
kets scheduled to open on July 28, include Baker, Jackson, Holmes, asked to rid of and Maqa"in. :l Smoa Ir Ham. I PI
next week In an endeavor to get unsightly | e Art.Ko.dle
the harvest of Florida's! million- Gadsden, Santa Rosa Calhoun, 0 Road 10' 10'1"0.. 0 n. Noon. ralt J"
acquaint business men of neighborIng non-regulation boxes "thereby con-I| Op.a .. .. Friend
dollar bright leaf tobacco crop Is Sumter, Pasco, Lake, Putnam to the of O Pa.nt. "'Ik'Y}- l Yt 0..oa'.hold J R '
cities with program adopted to ributlng general beauty ,: 1 ( .IT* 0 t'ql1o MOgeua.
in full In more than a Nassau Dixie, and St. Johns.A patblln4. rn J"a
now swing
Increase the Industry in this state. highways," the postmaster said. n 1\.dew .Tairv = II Tee Q 'olb. wand:
score of counties in the north and total of 5,301 Florida farmsare Term. ill
The added floor space will relieve Browner explained the "week" 1 yt QFolhaSdy '- ''
the condition of last year'ssales northwestern sections of the state. producing bright leaf this season here will be part of a nation-wide I \ :: %o .. --:= 1 yt r Qpoulfrr ; :-.IdFI.)
Harvest of the Is pains. and all of these are subject to
a ,
crop yt
and will permit growers to I movement to encourage pride In Ostlvst&ru.
j I| bring their leaf here, sell and receive taking.and steady task which In- provisions of the AAA tobacco the appearance of boxes. I .Ce.t.rdoa. 1 Tt' gHSS"
cash the slime day cludes cutting of the leaf as it matures control program. --- 0 IaibL+ I ::: / x

SPEEDWAY curing it, and getting It I The crop this season is believed 131 UILL GRADUATETALLAHASSEEOne : SF -1 r'I I f h t
ready for the day when the auc- i to be slightly smaller than last hundred \S\ 4.sn_

for the family ((1f there's a surplus tioneer will offer It to buyers from year's, but the quality Is reportedto thirty-one students will be candidates -I

eggs can be sold very easily.) the big manufacturing houses. be higher than that of 1937. for degrees at the twenty- 'I I
I tread- A few will and their families have Florida will have two
Big husky tough! hogs provide enough Farmers auction fifth annual Summer school com
with gripping! center-frac pork for the family and some for been in the field for weeks cut- markets for the first time this mencement exercises Au-! oFTEn no. i OTTER WO. :J FCUII
Friday ALL
protected tion and plies Supertwlst of blowout- sale The farmer would do well to ting, gathering and hauling "sled"' season-at Live Oak and at Lake gust :5 I, at Florida State College. i TW lf.w.papr,1 Tr. ONLY Shia N.w.pep.r.J Tr. I FOR O
establish a colony or two of beeson loads of tobacco to the curing City. The Lake City market has I } }$
The number is the 10
Cord. $
And. the low priceIs virtually same Maga.lme J> Magmla.a 2.
GOOD NEVSIGOODYEAR! his place. They're not expensive barns. just been completed and this will as last year. Of these five are ; 4 from Group E 9 3 from Croup A

and there's hardly any main- Curing bright leaf tobacco re- be its first season of operations. candidates for the master's degree; I,

tenance expense and they will provide quires about 72 hours of continuous ---. Ixty-elght are candidates for the OFFER NO. I OFFER NO. 4

GOODYEAR enough honey to cut down the but varying heat, thus mak- Keep Fresh Paint bachelor's degree, and fifty-eight' Till Nwtpapr 1 Yr. ALL FOOT Ihl.Mew.poper.lYr. N *iL J ifv
I sugar bill and possibly some to it for the farmer toket'p Maqa.I".. FOR ONlffrom MaqadD" F Q55
C-3 AII-Weathr .R.. ing necessary 2 A A
are two-year candidates A certificate GroupIMaqarine } from Croup b
From CattleNew $ 25
a fire going In his furnace Away $2
!Matchlra.) cur.CI.... :you top sell.Don't In organ also will be granted B 2 MaqaafD" P)
.". comfort and quality A very. depend on one cash crop. day and night during this period.He at this time. 3 nom Group D

s rcurlly the I*your newI1M modest pdcetwith Grow your own food and feed. '' must also keep check on the paint to a cow 1 Is like can- --.-- --

t.noilyeiir A'i This in a nutshell Is dlversltlca-I temperature In the barn to be sure dy to a baby, Dr. R. L. Brlnkman ONLY ALL F\VI
I THREE: LEFT T,ue Btorv __ __ __ I yt OIlLY
cessful farming. : amount of heat. Leaf is hung on recently. I Good Storle I rt } .25
Tampa member of the legislature'and y Country Home I ra $2
1 1I I sticks and placed in rows in the I Veterinarians are now warning candidate for the Speakershtpl I 1/ THIS NEWSPAPER _,_ I ytr

iPECiALi curing barn. farmers against allowing cattle of the next House announced his :

1 ; Weather conditions have been near freshly painted buildings. Intention to withdraw from the McCall'i Maqailne 1 yy ALL FIVE "
..a.wi; IDl..1.} : iJ favorable this season and the cropIs Seemingly, cows can't resist the race this week narrowing the fieldto Woman' World ry Tow ONLY

4 one of the best ever producedin flavor of fresh barn paint. They Good Slori* .. ...-..- Yf O
Up To Get Illdof| lead three: Robert F. Slkcs, Crest- Farm Journal o T $2 F
Quality Sponges..r..19< 1 and .............. Wnol.. Florida, according to J. Lee will lick it off the side of a build- view; G. Pierce Wood, of Liberty!I THIS NEWSPAPER 1 Te /

t Top Grade Chamoi.49< Up Your, ....-en.y. hen to bop yna.woflPV Smith district agent with the Ing, or out of a discarded paint County, and LeRoy Collins of Tallahassee .
: ior atanily fllt.rir> ...... -
f mstt.rt State Agricultural Extension Ser- can-with fatal
Cloth__from 15 consequences. ,
Polishing < fr-m lhi blood. If y Mir khln.". eat .a
tuntf tonally dianrd.r and fail to vice. The weather during the past "Thousands of cattle die of
Auto Polish, 6 01....__..27* ,.*..*..* ...... Imp...'"". then may be taPttEStay.1aW
ten has been favorable .. _. .
poiaontfiff of the wbot..ye.m and I days so paint poisoning every year saysa and old paint cans and brushes -- --
Polishing Wax ...39 odY: -wtd. dutraaa.Burnlnr .. for maturing tobacco that it has report by the American Foundation should l be thrown where the stock

uttria. mnty. or too I..q..nt..rt. I made the farmer work overtime to for Animal Health. "Cat- can not them. ntlmni
Touch-Up Enamel ..-.....45. m.y be warning of seine kidney. reach I

-....._.....40 .r You blaJd.r me.tltiiurbanee.eulTm nagglne' "..Ir.II., j harvest the ripe leaf, Mr. Smith tle usually do not show symptoms Farmers are also warned not o 'tt I .nclo.. 8.-- _._.(for f krblch pl..*. send me,
Top Dressingj p p..raiatant' headache,attack.*ol dl..ln..., said. He expressed the opinion of the poisoning for twenty-four to keep poisons used for Insect. H the .....&1.... I h... ch*..k. with a J'"

Paint Crushes..... .....from 10: under tuttingup the eye night*-leal, .w.llinf.weak nervoua-e3 putnnea I, that the harvest will be practical. hours. From then on however the or plant disease control In or near D Mll>Mr'Sj0.t' ? your ...'"P.PS-
played out. ly over by the end of this month. poison acts quickly and Is usually buildings where feed Is kept. Many C Hom. Off.r C Ifoty Off. 0I ,
...... .
Ini aea "It to belt** to rely en a I II
The bulk of Florida leaf is : fatal
medicine. that Iwo won country-wide pro. The only hope is for the veterinarian fine cattle, horses and mules are

*ably..1.1.' known.... then Uae pn DH.aoiaelhlna... fill; 1 lea. ,.._. duced in Suwannee Hamilton Jefferson I to apply antidotes as lost each year in North Florida lfam..__..... -
A mutt{
Register Motor Co. I tude ol KTateful penpl reoamnieod" i Madison Taylor, Lafayette quickly as possible and hope that licking such poisons or by eating

Dam'sA.a.. nttfk&rl Alachua, Columbia, Union, he has been able to act In time. feed upon which the poison has I 2tre_ .( or R.F.D._ .. -

I Bradford Marion Levy and Gil- Animals should be kept away been spilled. Several such cases

r Starke, Fla. j DOAN SPILLS christ counties with Suwannee top- I From newly painted buildings until have occurred In Suwannee coun R Town aDd SUte......____ -- ;

ping them all In total production. the paint Is thoroughly dry ty. ...m flue-----o----- .


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