Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02656
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02656
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OF HEBREW REFUGEES j Louis Rothschild, head of the VI- ine, slaughter and pillule continues Is the only secret" The main )reason I I rights of married 1 women In this ',
i enna. brunch of the great European The result Is that only 12,000 why many men never get anywhere state are looked upon us minors,
'; IS MAJOR PROBLEM TODAY I banking house, can only be obtained Jews a year are to be admitted, to I From Other Pens II in the world is Unit they i! theoretically, under the present I j I
t; when and If his foreign friends i the country-a drop in a gigantic never "attack" They lack the system, since they cannot enter I J,
--- and relatives give $10,000,000 to bucket. There are about 1000,000Jews energy to "attack" unemployment Into legal contracts that bind no
' Il'heli I, i-H-enuUvei of thirty- Jewish professional men-doctors, the Reich. remaining in Germany and CORN :MEAL MfMI or whatever the situation Is legal recourse can bo taken against + i iW
u 1I&1t"' ,r''ccntly met In France lawyers, writers, teachers lire A biting commentary on the Austria alone. "When I was a boy," a reader that whips them. In warfare the them under their own names. { ( r
3 o ,, the refugee problem boycotted. In German schools, question Is found in the fact that The 32-power conference took of this paper Bald In the office best defense is an offensive. The The status of the married woman -
3s flats" arrive at some sort the Instructors tell their pupils to Myron C Taylor, American delegate all this Into accouht. Its attitude yesterday, "when times were bard same Is true in the world today. In the eyes of Florida law handicaps }I, 4a
.I. .11','mil| t to have nothing whatever to do with and chairman of the 32-na- was extremely sympathetic toward which they seemed to be most of When the depression Is solved and them in business, throws a
u,, ,Vowln But to the thoughtful of business. Persons with as with Germany to permit refugeesto talk was about at!' that resulted. deal of corn meal mush. A big ing to be solved by those who sat, where married women are concerned r jn
'( d "nhuilzi" the fact that this Is one are classified officially as Semitics away with them-and received no open its gates wide to the Jew or made for a dime and it would feeda change, for something to turn up those deals with firms In L
In try, moat tragic and difficult and are consequently ostra answer. to any other refugee. In the case family of six or eight. It would' or come along. It will be because other states. The present system ;
n ',I&) and t economic, problems ofe cized. In brief, the Jew, under Some time ago It seemed that of famous men, there is usually a surprise some people these days some one "attacked" the situation affords some married men a chanceto
e modern age. Hitler's dream of a race of Nor- the problem might be solved by place--many educators, for In- to know how little some big families !- and If it did not yield at first hide behind their wives by r
" Never: m modern history has the dic supermen, Is regarded as an the action of England In opening stance, have left Germany for used to spend for groceries. they attacked It again, and again, transferring property, etc., when '
nt racial minorities, prln- enemy of the state Palestine to Jewish colonization, Tltusvlll Star-Advo- lawsuits loom.
ht{ Of England and this country, and obtained We hadn't discovered this new, and again- '
ly allv the Jews been so bitter. Matters would not be so bad and setting it aside as a' land suitable occupation. For so-called 'standard of living,' that cate. Florida Is a state where mar- w;
n '' programs of ancient times al- were the Jews allowed to leave where the Jews might create a the rank and file of Jews there scorns such common food as corn ried women's rights should be 1
ed e n pah into Insignificance be- Germany and Austria with what nation of their own. Today that seems to be nowhere to go. All meal mush, but we all managedto LAW KEGAIUMNO MARRIED brought up to date, because of the
a'a' those ..rf today. Germany of resources they possess, to seek a hope Is largely gone. The Jews the big powers are occupied with grow up into healthy men and WOMEN: many women who .are InterestedIn 1 r .t
.,reed tile seat of the Jewish place In other lands. But the Jew came to Palestine. They liked It. unemployment problems. There women." Titusville StarAdvocate. Chief Justice Rivers Buford of business deals.
,1'f8HI"n{ It is apparently Hit- who is given a German passport They proved to be excellent settlero Is not enough work for their own the Florida Supreme Court scored The legislature should look Into
1C8i" to completely elimii is necessarily a bankrupt His and capable business men. But the people, and not enough money to -+ Florida's antiquated laws regard- the matter and do something about {'
y H! ', influence of any kind money, his property, even his personal Arabs, whose religion is strongly -I go around. Thus, they pity the DAUB THE V OHIJ> Ing married women's rights In an It. Plant City Courier. J t
ft'' n territory. In Germany, effects, are taken from him. anti-Semitic, Immediately begun Jew, they realize the injustice that A long time ago Thackery opinion written last week relatingto .t
I ,.,, 'II Austria since the He must leave his home and his to fight the ml ratlon. Hundreds has been meted out to him-and wrote, "Let the man who has to a case In Miami where a married carry .f
i laws! have been forbld2agi occupation with no )resources with have been killed in guerilla war-I they regretfully say "no" when he make his fortune !In life remember woman was sued by a person MALARIA
I n '; > In most fields of which to make a fresh start. And, fare. Arabian sentiment againstthe asks permission to enter. this maxim: "Attacking is attempting to recover rental mon 16661
Ia tl ipntlon.. Even when according to late reports, the Ger- Jews has steadily Increased,, As Oswald Garrison/ Vlllard hoar, the only secret. Dare and the I ies. The Justice snld that the I Ia T Oar nail rfllrvmCOLDS aNate
1 oi, driven out of busts man government Is going even and It Is said that there is grave written "The man Who could show: world always yields; or ifI\ beats woman was unable to enter into a
itores are placarded, farther in the case of rich Jews, I I, danger that the cause may di'velop the way out would i deserve the you sometimes, dare It again and I contract legally; therefore she 'I':;'1,1,3... "{rat "nNo.4 > i
, / .min; who trades with I and is virtually holding thorn for into a holy \\ar England now hog.. greatest rewards: bestowed ever, It will succumb" Tn times like the 'could not be sued 1 under Florida I.H.I.- II"UI'| llciuliirlie, SO minute I' el
rt I it 'once Into conflict I ransom. For example, It is said 12000: troops in Palestine to le- upon .u>vh, dy." That man has present tills Is a wholesome phil- law. I Try "Itnb.b=.1'l.w"-1Yorld'. line i
u Ii ,ul Nazi secret police. [! that the release from Austria of fend t the Jewsand still the. rap- nut :app< ai i.il I osophy for any man. "Attacking :I Florida's statutes regarding" the I I I.lillmvnt.
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Miss Hazel Moore\ Tea Postponed} MISSION AND TABERNACLE i man Is he who hm. .
I Lord, which IH ,n.. Qe
The tea that was to be given at Numerous other attractions and
Honored With Dance
wisdom. .
FAVORITE The Hti. d!
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the pastorlum by Circles One and even inclement weather did not
-ociclrlJ Miss Hazel Moore was the honoree goes forward I
Woman's Missionary -
Two of the Baptist hinder tile Bible-loving folk of the .
RECIPES at a lovely informal dance power supplied in <,I""? tn4
been -
l Society has postponed Mission Hall Tuesday night. There .
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mother completing' .
her ,
___ Saturday night when from until a later date number /
in attendanceto
__ Mrs. P A Moore, entertained for Friday was a good Ity will take pia ,. ,, ,'i 1.
I hear the message on "Beauty "
again nf, Ch*4 t ""
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at toe woman s : whin
Chocolate CookiesIt's
W. C. T. U. Bruins and Brawn. Lakeland h.'I'' '
Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs\ North Entertains at always nice to have cookies Ing from nine until twelve o'clock. I I and Jacksonville were represented like Him for w,' shin' Him *
Miss Moore celebrated her birth- Mrs. F A. Scott will be at hometo He fi, The unfolding, ..
when callers in and "I i ?,
on hand drop In the
- Entertains at Luncheon Bridge In Honor I members and congregation by several of "'*.
if you'll follow Miss Lucille Mitch: day anniversary at this time the W C T. U. persons. ers the soul Is on'i ?,....?,"
Chaperones for the evening: were friends Friday afternoon at the the presence of and III
At State Farm Of Miss BeaversMrs. ell's recipe for these chocolate ihll ,Kh
c usual hour. Raymond J Gomes the speaker, Spirit of Christ the
won't have to Mrs. :Moore, Mrs. F. B. Johns Mrs.
)r"'t' Mrs L. F. Chapman entertained W. N. North was hostess ones the trouble you to even bake them. So go' L. A. Rennolda and Mrs W. A. Alvarez I pointed out the fact that the world Tabernacle 1
at bridge luncheonat Friday morning ten o'clock at was interested today In the development Last
a delightful there's really no excuse for any of Jacksonville. Baptist W. W. U. Circles Friday the p, lUl
at her home at the State Farm last her home on Madison St., when of us to be without cookies whenwe About seventy-five young people |I of personality consciousness. group led by the asM8ilul, 'rtmple
Thursday in honor of Mrs. G. C.Iyr she entertained at bridge in honorof need them ,I enjoyed the dance with the guestof To Meet Monday AfternoonThe All of our magazines are the Rev. Home of i J" i Pllltor
+ Irwin, of San Antonio, Texas; Mrs. her slater Miss Christine Beavers 2 bitter chocolate honor. three Circles of the Wom- filled with advertisements promis- brought a very inter.'stiK k"JQVille:,
J P. Burns of Atlanta, Ga.; and of Elberton, Ga. 2 squares cups chopped nuts I an's Missionary Union of the Bap- ing health, happiness and success to the Tabernacle !!eIVlee

t Mrs. D. B. White, of Fernandina; The living room, where the tables 4 cups of vanilla wafer crumbsor Woodmen Circle tist Church will meet Monday aft- through development of beauty, Besides the helpful and I ,
'' ? all guests of Miss :Mina Mantissa. were placed, was attractively 5 small packages of ernoon at 3:30: o'clock. brains and brawn It is quite evi- message an enthusiastic.. ,IORP1rlllg
oar Mrs. Chapman chose a green decorated with arrangements of vanilla wafers rolled fine Plans PicnicOne Circle Number One, Mrs L. G. dent that the highest degree of ; vice was enjoyed by "ill a.ng it sea'

, ,I} and pink color scheme In decoratIng red roses. 2 teaspoons vanilla of the prettiest meetings Powell, leader will meet with Miss development in these fields is only directed by Mr. COin,'" Who\"
wi for this lovely party. Summer Prior to the game refreshments' 2 cans of Dime Brand condensedmilk of the year was held in the Woodmen Amy Moore Mrs G. W. String- possible when the personality of spending some time in Strkl,, Ia
Aei, flowers. carrying out the selected of Coca Cola, olives and dainty Circle Hall Tuesday night fellow will be hostess for Circle the Individual is dominated by the additional delightful inner,, "? All?,
tali color motif, were placed to advantage I open faced sandwiches were serv- Melt chocolate in top of double when every officer answered the Number Two at her home at the power of the indwelling Christ. the program was th,. ", ,'!
: in the spacious living rooms, ed to the guests by the hostess. boiler; add 2 cans of condensed oil call. State Farm. Mrs J M. Brownleeis I The most attractive person la he music rendered by i>i,. 'Ian

o d f'1 where the guests were entertained. When the scores were totalled, milk stirring until very thick, and Promptly at eight o'clock the _leader. of this circle.uircie who "worships the Lord in the young ladies of the i J. .I I alee
Luncheon was served in the dinIng Mrs. Ethel Biggs was found to then add vanilla. Add the cracker I guardian, Mrs. A, J Griffis, called : Number Three win oe entertained beauty of holiness The wisest group.
mz 1i room from a perfectly appointed have the highest score and she crumbs alternately with the nuts I I the meeting to order. All business by Mrs. p M. Barefoot -- -
)u ij table. Fink topers in silver was presented with a set of tomato to the mixture and mix thorough-1 matters were carefully transacted, and Mrs. W. B. Alexander at the
na inali holders balanced the central em- juice Blppera The cut prize, a ly. Place in shallow greased pans : and a new class was initiated.It home of the former. :Mrs L. A. I MAPS
bellishment of zennlas on the lace Mexican tea towell, was awardedto and let stand over night in rcfrlgeiator. was voted that the annual Canova is the leader of Circle I PLATS SURVEYS
uu'1 covered table Mrs. W. H. Hart. Cut cookies in finger Woodmen Circle picnic be post- I Number Three. I

At the conclusion of the bridged Mrs. North presented Miss lengths (and roll in powdered I poned until Thursday, August 18 ,I i JOHN O. JACKSON
a game Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was Beavers with a linen handkerchiefas sugar. Keep In a cool place. and that an Invitation be extended Birthday Party

awarded a box of dusting powderfor a memento of the occasion. to the Woodmen of the Worldto For Two-Year-Old CIVIL ENGINEER NO. 1621
making high score. To Attend Baptist enjoy the picnic with the cir i
with :Mrs North LAND
Those playing SURVEYOR NO. 162
I and Ethel
Mrs. Mrs R. Li. Kemp Mrs.
Ial Chapman presented and Miss Beavers were: Mrs. J. cle.At I
, tt,; Irwin. !o rM. Burns, and Mrs: White I W. Klncald, :Mrs Ethel Biggs Miss Assembly this__. time_ _a letter was read McRae _entertained. Saturday afternoon ,I
with dainty linen handkerchiefs as Madge Middleton, Mrs. W. H. The annual Assembly of Baptist from Miss Abbie Holden, state at the home of the former M. G. MCMILLAN
's gifts of remembrance of the par- Hart, Mrs W. B. Sewell, Miss young people from all sections of manager, thanking the Starke In honor of the second birthday' '
Grove for the interest manifestedIn anniversary of little Lucille Mc 11 FIELD MANAGER
the state will open at Stetson University -
Evelyn Stump, and Mrs. E. L.
: ty.Those l
playing with the hostess Matthews DeLand, on August 9. Several the recent campaign to make Rae. I
si p and guests of honor were: Mrs. A. 1 -4 members of the Baptist Florida the outstanding state in The large cake was Iced in white l, n _n __ ,
Z Adkins, Mrs Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Church in Starke have registered the past six months. and also ask- and was topped by two glowing I.. --
a K. G. Duncan Mrs. R. F. Demor- Y. W. A. Is EntertainedBy for the meeting, which is plannedand ing the Grove to cooperate with candles. AS NEAR TO YOU ,
} est, Miss Mlna Manassa, Mrs. L. Mrs. II. E. PriestThe conducted to provide a con- her in the future to make Florida Punch was served by the host- FLOWERS '
3 D. Vining. Mrs Jeanette Kincaid, structive program of study recre- what it should be in the fraternal esses to the honoree and the following AS YOUR TELEPHONE
5r: Mrs. M F. Brown and Mrs. N. Young Women's Associa- ation, and deepened Christian ex- woi'Id. guests: Julia Agnes end Ji;: ""
e Sternberg. tion of the Baptist Church met I perience.The After the adjournment of the James Alton Lawson Charles I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call]) 123-J .
vtt ; ----+ Monday night at the home of :Mr. Assembly lasts through ten meeting the social committee serv- Lawson Vilda Moore, Mlleen and I ALL ORDERS FILLED \: I',

AV Circle Meetings Monday and Mrs. H. E. Priest for the reg- days, closing on August 18 It has ed tempting refreshments. Norwood Kuter, Barney, Betty, I ECONOMICALLY Y -' 7 t-.
ular monthly social meeting.The become by far the outstanding an- During the social hour the following and Vivian McRae, Mrs. H. A. ; PROMPTLY 11'
air Circles of the Woman's Missionary meeting which was well nual event in the Denomination'sState program was rendered: Lawson :Mrs. Julia Eastman Mrs. rr r ,"' ,

re i { Society of the Methodist attended, was enjoyed by all those program. Two ministers, Hawaiian guitar duet, "DriftingTo Jerry Moore and Mrs. M. H.I I MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke ,'4I / ,
Church after- ,
will meet Monday present. well-known to many residents of That Happy Home Of Mine," Kuter
wit' noon at three-thirty o'clock. Circle Staike, the Rev L O. Sheffield, by Eunice Wilson and Bertie McKinney I -+
de ; '1 Number entertained At the appointed hour the host- .
One will be
Chaplain at the State Prison Farm ; reading "MenagerieDiet IVOOUGiiVN{ 1 ----- .- --._-
Mrs. Carl Johns Mrs. O. ess served a delicious ice course. "
e by and and the Rev. C. B. Price, former by Dorothy Faxon. i iMrs. ,
L. Haynes, nt t the home of the The next business and program Oscar Carter, Cor.
n pastor of the Baptist Church here I
former Circle Number Two will meeting will be held at the BaptI"t I
S will be the faculty. W. :\\1..S. Honors :Mrs Hooks FisH
ate be entertained by Mrs. L S. Church Monday night, August --. Mrs J B. Husey, of Jacksonville GREEN'S STORE

on Hutto. 8. Everyone is urged to attend -. -- With.. -.__ Linen Shower I spent last week with her I -
Miss Dew Hostess at Party parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nor I .
n The 1 vl Cash &
summer home of Judge and i Carry
For Miss Stockwell Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at man.Mr. I ,
Kingsley and
and Mrs. J. M. Hudson rb
# TRUCK OWNERS & DRIVERSWe Miss Grace Dew entertained a Lake was the scene of a pleasant daughter Beatrice, Wildwood, I 7ici Starke, Fla.
few of her friends Saturday after- affair Wednesday afternoon, when spent the past week-end here with ?
' can now handle your long haul Truck Liability noon with a bunco party at her the Woman's Missionary Society relatives.Mrs. .

i, Insurance and on terms. home, given in honor of Miss Mary of the Methodist Church gave a E. J. Hill has returned to 3UARANTEED
c' ? Truck Drivers Accident Insurance, $12.50( per year. Loraine Stockwell of Eustis. linen shower for Mrs. E. M. Rooks, her home in Plant City, after
old.; Long haul Cargo Insurance, $50() per M. per year. The living and dining rooms wife of the late Mr. Rooks, who spending several weeks here. Flour 24 lbs 60c
t Come see us or Phone No. 146 for details. were colorfully decorated in a was at one time pastor of the Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and ,
""y, I I church here. Zennias and other
Spanish Fiesta atmosphere. Cen- Mrs. Gladys Carter were shoppingin
tral American Indian pottery add- summer flowers added to the Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mrs. 1
t .i 'r HAROLD C. ,WALL AgencyAll ed further decorative to charm of the large living room :
a note
J. S. Norman and Mrs. J.
me ; MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c /GRITS 10 Ibs. 22c
; the rooms. The luncheon sets, where the guests were seated. B. Husey were visiting: Mrs Jose- ,
l Lines of Dependable Insurance which were placed on the tables The president. Mrs. T. J. Griffin phine Sullivan at Theressa, Saturday
when refreshments were served, presided over an Impromptu afternoon.Mrs. .
were hand woven by the Indians program, which was opened with Marvin Wood, of Jacksonville -
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Miss Stockwell was presentedwith binds our hearts in Christian love." relatives.

a box: of fancy assorted can- Mrs. Griffin then offered a prayer, Mr. and Mrs. Othma Normanare
dy as a gift of remembrance from the central thought being "Fel- visiting Mr and Mrs. Marvin

HALL'S her hostess. lowship." Mrs. I... C. Ray led In a Wood, In Jacksonville, this week. BEST WHITE BACON, Lb.____ 13c
that caused much merriment
A bottle of Evening In Paris game Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moody and
perfume was awarded the winner to those taking part.In Children, of Auburndale, are visit-
,- WEEK.END of the games. I a brief talk Miss Amelia Ray ing Mrs. D. Carter this week. FAT
expressed appreciation for Mrs. ,
Paul Knight to Receive Rook's many good works performed Lb. C
CASH SPECIALS while living here, and closed GUM BRANCH

Degree From Cincinnati with the following verses writtenby Annie Mae Harnagc, Cor.
i. t Grocery & Market Lunch Room Miss Olive Ray: GOLDEN ROSE qTS. I JERSEY

Near Seaboard Station Conservatory of Music "We bring you a shower of linen I'' Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Salad Dressing 20c I|Corn Flakes, pkg. 6c

Paul Knight pupil of Severn and love, children, of Pine Level, were visIting -
Eisenberger, was presented in recital And hope the showers will not the bedside of her mother,
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I Friday afternoon July 22, at fall from above. Mrs W. F. Harnnge, Friday night. PURE
FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Lbs._______ 58G COFFEE GROUND, 9
fn' ryes four-thirty o'clock, In Concert We'll remember your kind service Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and C

; 1 20 Lbs._______ 50c Hall, and on Friday, July 29, will alwaysIn family attended church at Rock POUND
be a member of the graduatingClass choir, Missionary Society, Sunday.Mr. .
of 1938 at the Cincinnati Church School and P.T.A. and Mrs.' E. E. Yarbough ,
1 ; }f I MEAL, 10 Lbs. -.---------------- 19c Conservatory of Music, having Your happy smile and love all and Mrs.\ Calvin Prevatt and son, I SWIFT'S JEWELin
i p ---- completed the four year course in the while of Woodlawn, were dinner guests Bananas, 5 Lbs -15c1 I| LARD, Lb. 1UC
three Has helped give us to Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. R, i
years. courage
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During his second year at the go another mile. Kersey and Mr. and Mrs. A J
I v run -- Conservatory, Mr. Knight was We're glad you have settled so : Yarbough.Mr. .

PEARL GRITS, 10 Lbs. ________ 20c awarded a scholarship in compe- near us, and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were TOMATOESDAnD' 6c
tition with a number of the most We'll see you when southwardwe visitors to Jacksonville, Saturday. /
A talented students, and at a recent roam Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae of
RICE Blue Rose 5 Lbs __________ 15c j
y "Evening of Original Composi- We're glad in this fair land of Pine Level, spent the week-end GOLDEN ROSEMayonnaise
t ---- tions" by members of the Senior Dixie here with relatives. | Chuck Steak Ib 12/2!

OLEO BUTTER, 2 Lbs. _________ 25c Class, was signally honored after There's a certain place we'll call Charney Yarbough and W. R.i. pt 22c ,
---- --- the performance of his Sonata, "Dixie Home." Dixon, of Woodlawn, were
' which was enthusiastically received Mrs. Rooks and family are now ing Rudolph Chism and VIsit-I
BACON Best Side Lb. _________ 13c
by the audience, many of whom living In Gainesville, at 527 S. Oak Keene, Sunday. FANCY
$1 were guests artists and composers Street He son, Marvin, is attend- Mr and Mrs H. Keene and son, STEAK T-BONE 1P 7cMAXWELL
BANANAS, 4 Lbs. ----- -- ------- 15c of international fame. Relativesin ing the University of Florida and Halley, spent the week-end herewith I POUND
Starke have received a number her daughter, Rebecca, will attend her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.

CHUCK ROAST Lb. _________ 12Yzc I of letters from those present which high school In the tall John James R. Kersey. Mrs. Keene and liar- ,
carry the following statements: Rooks is attending Duke Univer- ley will remain here for the next HOUSE 2 LB. PEANUT
1' -- From a Professor's wife: "I attended sity and working his way through two weeks. I Coffee, Lb. can _25c/Butter/I 20c
WILSON'S CERTIFIED TRIPE ____ 20c the concert-it was a love- college. Mr. and Mrs. Dunk :McRae, of;
ly affair and Paul's number quite The shower of many useful and Plant City and Mrs. H. M.

2JLbL JAR PEANUT BUTTER ____ 20c the best on the program-he was lovely gifts was presented by Mrs. of Pine Level were dinner guests 5
-- called back four times-the only L. D. Vining, Mrs. Carrie Ritch of Mr. and :Mrs. T N. 23c
one on the program to receive such and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. Num- Sunday, and Mrs. H. M Sugar
{ 1! { BABY, LIMA, Northern Beans, Lb. 42c I applause." bers of persons who could not.attend visited the bedside of Mrs. W F PoundsI'ALMOLIVE
From a fellow student: "I was sent gifts suitable for use in Harnage.
SALT P/2 Lb. Pkg. 3c i wishing you could be here today.Paul's the home. Mrs. Rooks made a lit I! Vance Keene, of Shamrock, I
----------- SOAP 6c SUPERSUDS, lOo size:
r' i1 p .- _--- recital was really superb! I tle speech of thanks for the gifts ; spent the week-end here with Rudolph I ---- a ronOCTAGON ... 4S.
He has much more talent than and words of appreciation. Chlam and R. C. Keene. OCTAGON: SOAP OUPOWDER ----------- -
BRISKET RIB STEW Lb. ___ 12/2c I
c.. I some of the best and an astound- The hostess, assisted by her F. S. and Eldon Sapp made a 0 large___ 23o SOVP CHIPS, I,
ing general musicianship." daughter Miss Lois Adkins, Mrs business trip to Gainesville, :Mon : large 19c
. :; : OAT MEAL, 2l/2 Lb. Pkg.________ 15c 1 Paul Is tha son of Col. and Mrs L. D. Vining. :Mis. Carrie Ritch day. I SUPERSUDS, large pkg.__ IDe OCTAGON: TOILET SOAP I5c
- D. E. Knight a graduate of the and Mrs. C. E. Johns,'served light Mr. and Mrs. J. F Shaw and CONCENTRATED

', TOMATO CATSUP 14 Oz. bottle __ 9c B._H. S., and former student of the refreshments at the close of this family of the State Farm, were I 1 SUPERSUDS, pkjj. ___ lOo OCTAGON CLEANSER.. ?-- S
University of Florida. happy affair. visiting Mr. and Mrs L. L. Conner
r While at the University he was Those enjoying the afternoon Sunday afternoon. WE PAY Sc BELOW JAN MARKET: FOR EGGS-BE SURE
HONEY BOY COFFEE, pure, Lb._ 15c a member of the staff of Station with the hostess and the honor Mrs. Audrey Newman, of Jack- TO GET OUR PRICES ON FEEDS BEFORE BUYING.

WRUF, a member of the Lyceum guest, Mrs. Rooks, were: Mrs. sonville, spent the week-end here
LOOSE GROUND COFFEE, Lb.9c Council, and president of the Kap- Griffin, Mrs J. It. Fields, Mrs. with her brother-in-law and sister -
pa Sigma Social Fraternity He Leonard Smith Mrs. V. B. Hetrrell Mr. and Mrs. T. N Norman. Agent For
will return to Starke soon for a Mrs. Ritch, Mrs O. L. Haynes, Misses Juanita and Irene Hll-

T-BONE STEAK, Lb. --- ------ 17c I vacation with his parents. Mrs A. W. Redgrave Mrs. Vin- hard, of Woodlawn, were visiting
ing the Misses Ray, Mrs. Frank Mrs. A. J. Yarbough Saturday
$.' Try Hall's Pepper Hash, it's delicious, Robinson, Mrs I* C. Ray, :Miss night. TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
' Esc... Acid Adkins. Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs We are sorry to report that Mrs.
' Pt. Jar_. -_- __ ._ _H-_________ 20c FREE I'I you paint of Stomach causes M. B. Herlong, Mrs. Johns, Mrs, W. F. Harnage is seriously ill at
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Ulcers, Indigestion S. S. Dowling Mrs E. K. Ferryman her home here. We all wish her a Better QualityGet

k .QUICK SERVICE Bloating,CM,H.artburnH.lching. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Pearl speedy recovery.
I Mrs. Sam Anderson .
Nausea,get II trey sample of UDGA
Miss Rebecca Simpson, of White pine la the principal tree Our Low Prices Before BuyingP.GE
FREE DELIVERY IN CITY LIMITS and II frt Interesting booklet at
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COUNTY Officials Deny ChargeOf 2 Candidates For Mayor

I High Rates, PoorSert' Express Different T ----- I i I

Views Consolidation Of Tico ':
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Brownlee Road- I The following Utter to interest- The possibility that Starke's mu- ''I Approved '
{Wages Up 'd! parties in Palatka was signed nlclpally-owned light and water f !
this week by city officials of plant might become an issue In the' \ 1 : :

Starke: city election to be held here Tuesday I L. D. Green and C. J, Powell retained .I.t I

Bradford County this week gain- s As a neighbor to the city of Pa- September 13, was learned Ina 1 their places on the Board I.. ,
increase! of 55 men In itwpA advantages round-about way this week from I'\i I'
eo in latka we enjoy the common I of Trustees for School Tax DIe- (. .
labor quota as the resultOf that are ours. We trust letters" written by two prospective trict No 3 In an election Tuesdaythat .' I,'j I

iiithonzatlon from Washington j 1 ra "tir good-will Iric'uVa full appreciation candidates for Mayor concerningthe I I brought out 261 voters In ,' : I

tot rile< ,iddltlon of 11,500 workers for all tha.l'J o-latka Is and operation of the plant II I I Starkiy .-the largest number ever -':': 1 ;

In Florida The roll here was In- may share a just pride In every ) The epidemic of letter writingwas I to visit the lolls[ in a similar election it' i i 1:'1'

I creased nom 80 to 125 men. orward step taken. We are proud inspired by Palalku'a battle- Douglas Corrigan. 31-year-old here O. W. White, Incumbent ;. I 4,

increases have also been l ,">f your Azalla gardens your Memorial o/-the-century in which the city Californian added a unique chap- and S. E. Sparks tied for t I
ttngt ,, A the St. Johns administration there sought to \ ter to the history of lone Atlantic A
Laborers the board. :
I .mt, effect recently. n bridge across third place on the
put < 1 oust the Florida Power & Light Ocean fliers when he completed a 1 ,, ; ,
$1.52 a day Instead of and your many Items of attractionthat The consolidation Issue which .j I
1126 now *e Foremen were raised from we do not have. Co., and establish a municipally- I trip tram New York to Ireland in was perhaps secondary In interest ::1, ):JJ t ';j r

$42 per week, and rod men d i i Now you are approaching; a owned plant.In his nine-year-old airplane In 28 I to the selection of trustees, was 1.., 'J .

I and 133 to truck drivers from $30 to $33. I i r 1 general election to determine the their eagerness to obtain data: I hours and:: 13 minutes. The daringyuung I approved. It provides for the) I'' '
advisability of creating, owning, that would help their cause along, filer juKingiy I merging of Starke District No.3';
The increase in labor will go Herb Thomas of Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Starke, and present Atlantic mistake" -
son \ and operating an electric light representatives" of both sides In he flew the "by and Boatdraln District No. 17. ids '
of the workweek
into effect at the start i manager of Palatka's entry In the Florida State Baseball League is the Palatka squabble contacted thinking all the time he was '' 9 ;'l'
plant. at Starke ,
The The vote trustees
next Thursday. new shown above in close conference with "Peanuts,"" the pet deer In the I We as neighbor, have leading citizens here with requests headed for California. Ills feat Is on 4 1
the Brown- your was as follows: Green 168 Powell + ;
men will be placed WPA \ famous Ravine Gardens. Wonder what "Peanuts" Is whispering in nothing to gain or logo in the matter for Information concerning regarded aa a miracle of aviation. 168, Sparks 110 Elmo Struth 88. ? '
project '
lee road the only In the countywith Herb's ear? Perhaps she's saying "If these bull players you're man- and feel that local interests Starko's plant. He set out across the ocean In an White 117. In Roatdraln it was:

now in operation of the new aging could run like I can they might score more runs" No doubt must be handled by your people N. D. Wainwright Jr, who announced old plane which ho assembled Green" 29, Powell 29. Sparks 16. 4
the exception I last week that he would largely from second-hand parts. j .
and the sewing Herb would agree.TOBACCO. ns they think Struth 8, White 9.
school building It is not for Starke to enter into be a candidate for mayor In next He can led only a few chocolate

| rooms I this Issue or any other civic ques month's election wrote the following bars for food and his, plane was At Staike 101 voters favored ,

The new authorization brings I tion. However Starke has been letter which was reprinted" equipped with none of the modern consolidation, while 100 opposed a; ,
of WPA workers TAX FIGHT WAGEDAS Instruments considered necessary It. At Boatdraln 25 were In favor
Ue number I referred to in a way as having a in the Palatka Dally News whose ,
to ,, for safe Young Corrigan and only nine opposed. j
throughout the state 50,000 plant that represents all the elements editorial columns have bitterly opposed flying today. +
the highest figure since the WPA I of failure that Palatka must the establishment of a municipal is shown here holding down A levy of ten mills was approve'-- 1I

came Into existence. I CROP STARTS TO MARKET avoid for her own economic good.If plant there: the back sent of a jaunting car in.I' ed In both districts. a I'R'+
The School Board will meet
I Dublin during the ccK-brutlon weliuniui II I- 'I
-- I this were true we COLORFUL I __ I glad to say so and let the matterstand July 20, 1938. __mill t :era'" '-mm_wren. -- '- I which time a ;tIot;one vote Ijr'f I, s '' }k
that basis. ; "
Bradford Growers May Circuit Judge Takes on The EditorPalatka I might throw the election to either ;1 ;: ;,
I' The facts are vastly different.
FIGURE DIES"UAJOR" Dully News Sparks or White. If the unofficial .' '"j
Gross $60,000 Action AffectingSale Starke as you know, attracts no Palatka, Florida 'JUST RIGHT'FOR count Is correct, however, and d f' I ;'

HANS AUSTIN WILL From Leaf I especial attention in point of size, Dear Sir: neither man concedes the election :'r'', i i ;1
small town. Our
BE MISSED AROUND just a typical I happened to be at the City I to the other, officials expressed (' .t

TOWNOne plant Is therefore In no way un- Clerk's office Monday when SETTINGBERRY doubts yesterday as to just what ..: I,: l "
Bradford tobacco growers Circuit Judge Hal W. Adams usual: likewise a small Diesel en- be In determining ;
County Mr. H, C. Glitch of your city, procedure would followed '.
of Starke's most hit the highway early yester granted a temporary Injunction In glued light and water plant. Butit called by to see the Clerk in PLANTSLarge who becomes the third I I .1

figures, ""Major" Hans Austin,, day morning and headed north- Lake City Wednesday restrainingthe Is a success, a profit producerfor regard to getting the City member of the board. s j 1

died Saturday afternoon at two west for the markets with the Agricultural Adjustment Ad- city, and has not lost In the Clerk to give him a favorable Supt. A. J, Grlffls said that 'j i ; '

o'clock In the Lake City Veterans'Hospital first of their estimated crop of ministration from collecting a tax past NINE YEARS but an hour letter about our municipally Boatdraln pupils will be transported I

following an Illness of I 300,000 pounds. of fifty percent on all tobacco of keeping lights burning. We owned light plant, and it BO Acreage Expected to Starke beginning with the : :t

several months. He was eighty- The bright-leafed harvest will marketed in excess of quotas allowed are proud of this service record. happened that I was payingmy Favorable next term of school, that the ; :)

eight years of age bring planters here by the government. !, Almost two months ago, a party light bill at the time and Under building there will be advertised : W, ,

Although Mr. Austin served In around probably$60,000 If the estimated Just what ultimate effect this of Woodmen Journeyed to and visit found the complaining about It being so Conditions for sale, and that $1,200 now in 'I'+" fl.i :

the Spanish American War, he average price of 25c: per pound would have on Bradford County I Woodmen of Palatka dark. It remained high. I want to say that our the Boatdraln treasury will be ; ;1 ,.

was not an officer and the titleof materializes. Some buyers go so growers, who are estimated to have _I city several absolutely hours-a lapse In ser light rates, regardless of the Setting strawberry plants is the turned over to the Starke district :J 1 '" :1

> "major" was unofficial but far as to say that judging from between 40,000 and 50,000 pounds so In nlgt greater than plant being owned by the city, order of the day on most Bradford Uoatdraln will also assume its share 1

tuck to him through life. He was the excellent,grade of leaf being of surplus tobacco could only be vice has one suffered in nine years, are among the highest rates In County farms with recent weather of the J13.00O bonded Indebtedness +I

always ready for adventure and offered the top price will range as speculated upon. Under the temporary and Starke raise the question the state and the citizens of described as Ideal for this purpose. In the Btaike district, Mr. '
volunteered for service although high as 40c a pound. Injunction warehousemen! yet, Starke cannot afford to enjoy Showers have been almost a dally Grtffls said. I'' ,
ta was In reality above .the age I are enjoined from collecting the ; Service the comforts that electricity The large vote polled here Tuesday ., i
for the first time has being occurence and growers are making '
Lake City Is referred to as I
Starke .
limit and It was not necessary for penalty taxes but will be permitted will afford them In a home. I Is attributed to the Interest :. .; .
entered the marketing picture and In Its charges. For your information hay while the sun shines by setting be'i.
high ,
him to go.Hansford. to deduct the amount of the There have been numerous created by a suit now : n
welcome rates: while the rain falls.
warehouses Starke plants
two new here are
Austin was born in levies however and Impound the people inquiring of me as to tween the trustees of the Starke i' J'h '
growers there. Facilities at Live First 50 kws., 11 cents; second, Scents I Most planters believe that prospects i ; .
but ,
Georgia January 20 1850 funds until the issue is decided In our municipally owned light District and the County School 1
Oak have been doubled and six I and from these we deduct for profitable season are
moved with the family to Florida higher courts.Agriculture. ; plant and I have told them a Board. The trustees through mandamus "I I
warehouses now stand where only for prompt payment making better when conditions allow the
when he was three years old. He officials I- 10% all of the high light rates and proceedings\ are seeking to "L
three accomodated growers last Department 100 kws. COllt. consumer of In July and August j
bad lived In this county since then I In Washington stated they first unsatisfactory service that we setting plants force the School Board to acceptor ; I' 1"I i

with the exception of a year spent I season. 855. .I reject the nomination of Oscar I' j:
would defend the new farm law this with (Continued on Page Eight)) of which I ,I'
for last Please compare The shortage plants '
working In the copper mines at Government reports Smith for principal of Bradford f. :
to the highest court if necessary.The of 100 less !In ; .
or -- this to bo
users seemed spring
the price
that average among
Butte City, Montana.At year show several County High School. Showers :' l ;!
various times he engaged In I paid on the Live Oak market was action, brought by Is seen as I kilowatts. Turn Down Plant prospect dill not materialize and throughout the day failed to keep \ I ,'
farming, operated a small meat 21.06 cents, higher than six Georgia North growers I Starke has few consumers usIng they are said to be plentiful now. voters from the polls. i: '
the beginning of an attack upon No demand Palatka voters turned thumbs '
market,, and was a member of the markets including Valdosta, of the AAA above 100 kws. The good prices of lust season Since the two districts are to /t '.
the constitutionality loads and only a down on a municipal power plant 1.
city police force. Most of his life, I Tlfton Nashville Moultrle Hahira marketing quotas. The first reg- I for large motor for electric Tuesday in an election that be-I have encouraged growers and It is be consolidated, the trustees elect ,f '. i, f
however, In retirementAfter and Adel. few seeking! rate expected that the acreage next ed Tuesday will hold office for I 4
spent f
I ulatory program, under the Kerr-\ result we have no came almost as much of an Issue .
he began receiving a pensionfor stoves, As a season will be greater than lastyear's. two years from that date. The ,J:. ,
Smith Act, was ruled Invalid by rate. In Starke as It was in Palatka. A I
cooking or power I "
his war service and he lived PIPE (ORGAN low terms of Mr. Powell and Mr. Green j y a4'would
the U. S Supreme Court. I Keepers of hotels in Starke comment total of 833 voters expressed i i'', 1
---- -- have next spring
about expired ; :
quietly, a familiar figure FOR CHURCH Growers who requested the action -I the fact that tourists against the ordinance providing 3''I, 4
the streets of Starke, enjoying I under the old set-up
asserted that tobacco growing passing through the country drive : for a municipal plant while 768 GROWERSTO __.__- __ i !+
life up until the time of his last METHODIST ANNOUNCE PUR- is not an Interstate Industry and through cities because they are expressed approval. The measure 'I REFUND ,\ \ ,j

Illness, He of was a jolly, care CHASE OF INSTRUMENT; therefore Is not subject to Federal dark and when they see Starke I I-, was bitterly opposed by the Florida GET New School ProgressingWork f j )I '

free disposition and always had a BEING INSTALLED regulation. They also charged street lights stop over night. It Power & Light Co., which now 1 ALMOST $300 COMING on the first unit of Bradford +!(' ,

Joke for everyone, friend or that marketing quotas violated the Is a fact that one may pass from serves Palatka. Starke's InterestIn I BACK trt.' >rur wnn8MITH -- Counlv's 37O.OOO< elementarvschool .. f \\.or ;
""'UL n "L>
stranger alike.Survivors Purchase of an electric pipe organ I section of Constitution protecting I Luke City through the state to the matter arose from letters ACT building la progressing' at ta t\ ,

are one son, Lacy H. for the Methodist Church was Individuals from deprivation of DeLand, and find either total darkness written by citizens here both I rapid rate and. H. C, Maxwell It' \: I
Austin, of Starke; and one daughter this week by a committee withoutdue I the local !p
announced life, liberty and property or partly lighted!; streets and praising and condemning Bradford County tobacco grow senior supervisor of the project, a ,'P
Mrs. R. A. Swift, Of Chicago,, headed by D. P. Carpenter It of law. will receive refunds totalling
III process (Continued on Page Eight) I I municipal plant.THEY'RE ers I predicts that It will be completed t; Y i, '1"
Also surviving are six grand was stated that the Instrumentwill Florida growers have a quota of I $420.08, representing" taxes paid In time for the opening of school l'' 1, k
children Mrs. Russell Koons, Hastings I arrive here by truck Thurs pounds Kerr-Smith '
11,000,000 I under provisions of the
approximately here In September. The rooms are 'f." I I1'j',
E. A. Winkler Starke; E. day night but a period of from ten and a crop estimated at 18,000,000 GLAD TO "FALL OUT"I Act. according to an announce-I large and numerous windows give :

*, Hall Hawaii; A. R. Austin,, days to two weeks will\ probablybe pounds. Bradford's quota is around I I ment yesterday by Congressman plenty of light Built In coat 1 I : ,,

Jacksonville; Mrs. Z. J. RobertaIiastinga required before It Is completely 250000 pounds vs R. A. Green I closets are a new feature In each f I .

; and Mrs. Alva Smith,, installed.A It had previously been announced Nine Bradford growers will benefit room. Mr. Maxwell came here : .jfO;

Caineavllle; committee composed of Mr. that farmers with surplus from the refund as follows: A. from Ocala where he supervised I! !

Funeral services were held Mon Carpenter, L. D. Vining and.Elmo poundage could dispose of It bY/ L Crews $40.68, A. B. Surrency the construction of the farmers ; t.'

day afternoon at three o'clock1th Struth raised money for the purchase purchasing unused quotas / $7.92, T D. Dyal $5016 H. P. market. 1

the Rev. J. W. Daugherty by subscription from members other growers. I Gainey $119.32. L. R. Galney ; .,,i' ,1.
officiating. Interment followed In The was I I b e L. O. '
of the church. organ $9880, G. W. IIazen $30, Irish Potatoes :,
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the bought for $400 from the First ;f p Hazen $8.16, S. L. Prescott estate Free

direction of DeWitt C. Jones. Methodist Church of Lakeland. It Bible School ClosesThe I $5080. C B. Roberta $14.24. Irish potatoes will be distributed # ::.
Active pallbearers' were: K. O. Is an Estey, two-manual and pedal Dally Vacation Bible School Forma. to be used' In filing from the commodity warehouse a 'It", "

Duncan. A, J. Thomas, S. E. electric pipe organ. Installationwill conducted by the Baptist Church { claims for the refund may be had Friday and Saturday of this week. W: { I

Sparks, c R. Cooper, S. A. Weldon probably cost around $300. cloned last Friday after two: weeks from the Collector of Internal Rev- Certified relief clients are asked .: :'?,:,//t ,

and L. J. Green. Honorarywere of good attendance and sustained enue In Jacksonville They must to bring containers. Ii' ?

L D. Vlning. N. D. Wainwright Seriously Injured Interest. The commencement program be flied before July 1, 1939. :

Jr., R. A. Newsom J. L. given by the pupils disclosedan ._-- ---A.-----_. rl I
Simmons. E. K. Perryman, L. A.. Charley Griffls sustained severe Impressive amount of creative

Gray Freeman Register, W. A.Beasant Injuries Saturday night when he work and was a fine testimony to I Addresses Campers 'i,1; 'i;{1 .

> Jr., E. A. Sapp, and N. D. was run over by an automobile on of the energy and leadership of the Congressman R A. Green addressed [ 1

Wainwright, Sr. All were members the road to his home southeast teachers. The faculty was as follows I the girl campers at Camp ,
of the local American LegionPoat Starke. The car was driven by : Misses Doris Silcox, Ruby 1 Immokalee near here Sunday I j .;

with the exception of Mr. Dewey Murrhee,' of Graham, but Silcox, Juanita Barefoot, Clara as tM. night. Each summer the camp la piayd: 111fogs- ., ,

Wainwright Sr., an old friend of officers who Investigated the ac- Flume. Clyde Nell Thomas Mrs.R. sf kr divided\ into two periods, the ,first I ".."",, _.e"? f

the deceased. cident did not hold him to blame. A Thomas Mrs. B. M. Fussell for boys and the second for &Irhl. I Pa he has a friend who f ,
Griffls' head was cut deeply Mrs. Harold have left and Con says '
Mr. L. G. Powell, The boys just
bottles of beer everyday ,
Arguments Heard and he was found to have He was five Carden, Mrs. J. A. Lewis, Mrs. L. I gressman Green spoke to the girlsat !drinks. He takes one when he goes I i
fractures of the pelvis. Shepherd and Mrs. C. A. their first campfire service u
A. him to
to ;
to bed at night put
aP period of twenty days will carried to the Alachua County Assisting with the music Immokalee Is a non-profit
la Knight. I and the other one he takes
before Circuit Judge H. L. Hospital, but later removed to his during the school were Mrs. Ethel zation operated by a group organl-1 sleep him '.
I' to up
In the morning pep
Sebring will hear testimony in theiult I home near here where his condi- Biggs and Mrs. H. C. Brown. i lic-spirited Jacksonville : early Twenty cents for one i
for the day.
now pending between the still considered grave. *' A riiri 1 >f '
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six dollars for one r
Starke I day
Board of Trustees and the __ I I
Discuss Committees Examination Held seventy-two dollars for one year. ;
Schoel Board the mat-
County over Shop to Move I' NEWTON national guardsmen, among 250 sent to took the This would cloth a small family. '''J ,
Jfr of a principal for B. H. S. of the Chairmen of the various new Iowa.-These Twenty-one applicants I ,\
reliiMinary argument was heard S. E. Sparks, proprietor I, committees of the Rotary Club discussed the scene of the strike disorders at the Maytag V.'ashlng Machine competitive examination held here Ma says she wouldn't be bothI\ "
announced I>
) by Judge Sebring Wednesday after City Barber Shop, has moved In I' their duties at the Wed I Company plant at Newton, Iowa, snatch a few minutes rest near the recently for the position of substitute eyed with one of them old drunken ;, ,p t ,

which he granted II. L. Cray, attorney I that his business will be store nesday luncheon. The meeting was after a patrol of the strike zone. They were ordered to clerk In the Starke postof- husbands. They are not even good "
few weeks to the vacant an Insight i plant and Results of the examination for a door mat to clean your feet ilr
and Jasper
J for the trustee, and M. F. a very Instructive gave Nels O. Krascbel after Newton fice.
The new Governor
Brown, representing the School next to his present shop. I I into the functioning of the I II the scene by unable to cope with the I will probably not be made publicfor on.
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GOVERNOR-ELECT OF TEXAS FINDSThey : John Toplln baa filed with me and I v ,, ,, '"4 r?
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KNOWLEDGE' TP ; omitted or ievled taxes held by the Uounn( i ,, H

like mountain music in ---- --' : State be advertised and .old to the Flouu,, ,"," i'' I,
u h ; highest bidder for cash a* providedby as Admlnl ,i, ,,, d,
Texas. W. Lee O'Danlel, crooning :
Chapter 18298 of ethgnll act Wlllla",, M. ,' l
flour salesman who has just been of the Legislature, upon 12lh. imu'a" ,.

elected of Texas Is con- ? \ lag described real estate In the W I. 1 I .
governor \* t County of Bradford State of FlorIda \dll1'l
vinced of the fact He is shown 'TMA'f ( to-wlt:

_ above with his family as they received W" .'360 / awl' of NEW' Sec. 4 Tp. T 8. )
the news that the head ot'' .5.Zr.t''" / K. SI K, containing 40 Acres, POts TAx ii.i:: ;,\1'IO'
more or less (8..le mil !% .
the house had made shambles of SAMJLV.OK ; ? 1"1"
a ,
ABOUTpuff. The tunes to be sold are evidencedby IS
_ Texas political' precedent. ...,0. ', certificate No. 451 of 1934, and 716t.729.'r/, i( .!, TI

O'Danlel stumped the state with A MOHfH'HOW I represent unpaid taxeS for the year I No. C
,- 1033 to 1438. both Inclusive, amounting A. HEHEm"r:, 'Ih .j dj
a hillbilly band to whose music t-. .. to $53.92. I I "e ..,

_ _ he crooned before each speech. ALO: E4I of SE'of NEW' I a P Ii;
I '
Sill". of SK'n of NKV4' Seo. 4 Tp. Said ""rtltl.t, iin,;
When hecklers asked him embar- AlUCII(iH A )CAN"' "OIJM.'II' N PI' / / 7 8. 1C. 23 E., containing 80 I dcHrrlh. ,ri t miir,,,

rassing questions he would sim- '3 ii ., f- ; Acres, more or less. I of Uradf.,.,, ,| II'' uprtp_
g. The tuxes to be cold are evidencedby I to-wlt Ial
_ ply tell the band to strike up a I'RlNG' I certificate No.. 608 and 1373 of Halt
tune and start With this : lee 'us and of rioiiu,. l>'
singing 11130 and 1933 respectively represent -
L,,.,.., ,,.'" ii _ S Northeant u,", ,,, 'rm. u"
for the
technique and a few well-chosen fi/I. "U." WI...., _______ ___ Sf3o unpaid taxes year 18 Townnhu, ", 8rt.
1029 to 1938, both Inclusive, amount- iOUtb'
"Olff 22 .
promises he defeated a field of 1 inn to 7829. ( { East" ,",? ..n*
,f. more or le, Iv li|
ALSO' 4 A. Com. at NW Coy otNWi
__ eleven candidates, including sever :
______ -- of NEW! A 420 ft, """.. .. 'ut i 'II, .;
al seasoned politicians. (7e r f 5I5'S H: ;830 ft. N J10 ft, nws 420 ft, the nlcl, ,IIlrl'41.,, ,'M >' '
Although his was perhaps the i.'C'S N itB.WR.2 ft to beg. Sea. In the n ),,. .I
? :
said i-ertlfl. / lk"0 s
6 22 It., containing .
of the '
spectacular examples L4N/l 'TN'.JDIII) '1 4 Acres, more or less. according m ,""
charms of music, O'Danlel was not The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby described n,, I IImb
certificate No. 349 and 1382 of the hlllh.,1"' i \, "
j the first to use rustic tunes as a t. I
5- 1929 and 1933 respectively and I UM i II), I"". ,
bait for votes. In fact, the late rep-I the month I.
_______ resent unpaid taxea for the i '. I ,
Huev P. Loner when invadlne Arkansas __s 192H to 1938. both Inclusive, amountIng Is thi .th, ,,1'0'i.i'' .
to 1938
in 1930 in behalf of Senator George V if he ever found himself c- U2.75.A.SO: NV4\ of "\V'i' of NEV of this list t ''l"i'J.' I

Hattie Caraway, was accompaniedby face to face with the monarch. He SWV4\ Sec 22 Tp. 8 8. It. 22 E., SI AI",

an Ozark Mountain hillbilly would, he loudly proclaimed, "bust containing. 6 Acres, more or A. J THOM.\.
less. Clerk ,
band. A week's whirlwind cam- his majesty in the snoot" PORTUGAL The taxes to he sold are evidencedby Bradford r
Qpfl li.
paign changed what was considered The one-ami-only "Alfalfa Bill"Murray +A-m4m certificate No 1027 of 1933, andrepresent -
: unpaid taxes for the years
: Lu.
certain defeat into victory for returning to Oklahoma 1932 to 1938, both Inclusive, amounting -
Mrs. Caraway. broke after an ill-fated adventurein : .5t'Ti4AP4. t9.SOO.OOOo to 141,53.
In the the successful Bolivia "cheese and PA'o-s4% ABOUT OecNMFS ALSO: WK\ of NWV of SEV4' Ex. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL
same year ran a ;:J 44C'tSD 5 ItlffHOHfS altout 10 Acres sold divers persons HOME

candidate for governor of South crackers" campaign for governor.On Sue 32 Tp. 6 8. It. 22 E.
containing 10 Acres, more or I MBS. L. a McCABE Lady Attendant
Dakota toured the state with a speaking tours he would IKHS.

of Indians in full anda stuff his full of cheese and t JACKSONVILLE, fr-LA. ST. AUGUSTINE
group regalia pockets HUNGARY VMI RTAR Lhuu4' T*OHltll The taxes to be void are evidencedby FL.43 .\.
loud brass band. crackers and then eat thin home- tl CANNOT 86 TURH17 certificate No. 650 of 1930 and %v. Church-Phone 0-1538 SO St. George Phone 27
Ohl, LNt.s4 you (SET OUT OF Trie represent. unpaid taxes for the years
The use of music isn't the only ly lunch sitting on the running CAKV. lot RACK AND SNht' 'T'4LIG,4Y e; 1929 to 1911, both Inclusive, amount-
ON. THE Iw FOH.!t>SI. '
form of \unusual campaigning board of hla ancient automobile A PAP'l.' ,4rrs ,,, io 14,1-ASS, inc to 137.40.
Senator Renoldu of careful. of to choose RUN Ir.! .';: C>"' 1"fNA' OFPkO4T &i. Said tax certificates together with
however. course a .l'h ccu1yee4 "WI'V subsequent\ omitted or levied

North Carolina, won his seat as spot where everyone would be sure taxes will be sold to the blithest I

tha, result of a "caviar camoalen". to see, himFlorida bidder at the: Courthouse. _door .In UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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esters" on tne zuin. nay ni JUlY, L. C. McCABE, President Jacksonville\] Flu.
against the incumbent Senator politicians have so far 9.in. at 11 :00 o'clock A. M.Paled ,
I'KAYEK OF THE "KNOCKER"Lord 28, 29 of Blk (9 I of Lake Klng-sley
: Morrison. At his meetings, which stuck to sound wagons and phono- Heights No.1. evidenced by Certlflrate A. 1- 113ftOFFICIAL thin. the 9th, day of July Industrial

he reached In an ostentatiously graph records with the exceptionof No. 297 of 11127.\> : Blk 10 Ex.Lots ( SKAT.) l Life Insurance
don't let this town
antiquated automobile. Reynolds Jerry W. Carter who attracted please 1. 2, 3 of Lake I Klngsley A. J. THOMAS' G. L. 8APP, Representative
grow. I've been here for thirty Heights Nn. 1, ldenced by' Cel.tUIcale Clerk of Circuit Court of
charged( that Morrison dwelt in crowds in his unsuccessful cam No. 298 of 1927: Lots I, 2. 3nf llriidford Florida.
and during that time I have
luxury in Washington and ate caviar. paign for governor by the use of years Illk 10 nt Lake KliiKsley Heights -15-31-7-29..
No. 1, evidenced
ought every public improvement.I've by Certificate No.
The word "caviar" was uttered a magician. However since the knocked and 3)4!) of Iffll: Hlk II of Lake Kings-
everything ev-
In a tone of absolute horror. news of O'Daniel's\ victory In Texas I ley Heights No. I. evidenced bvCertificate I> ('UK"III' ('(91 It'I', I\ \M>>> FoIl
I have done all I couldto ,
erybody. No 299 of 1927: Elk 12 \iu-oiiit>> "'01'1'1.011.-
has leaked out, there is no telling
Rx Lots 22, 23 of Lake
keep this town from growingand Klngsley 11>)> \. IN t'lIItIIt'i.IN .
"Big Bill" Thompson was elect- what the innocent public may be Heights No. I, evidenced. by Certif
never have spoken a good icate No. :too of 11127. Lots 22 23 of Tin: NAMK OK TIlE A. TASTEITHRILL
ed mayor of Chicago on the basisof confronted with in the next FlorIda word for it. I've knocked hard Hlk 12 of Lake KlngHlev, Heights TATB J OF1 FLORIDA:

what he would l do to King election.'Ill' No. I. evidenced b)' Certificate No. It appearing affidavit filed In
and often. I've put ashes on the 285 ui f 1928.: !Ilk 1:1: of Lake KlnKH- hat "",'Ialn cause In Circuit Court, .

children's slide and I've made the Icy Heights No. 1 I. evidenced by I iiadford ('oil n ty, Floildn. In Chnnery P U R E .
IVlllflcnte' No. 801 of ,' entitled, Clarence Unities, .5 .
1'I27; Hlk 14
> RUBBER PHONE POLES ADVOCATED policeman make the boys stop of Lake Kingsley Heights No.1. 1'llIlnlltr. vs. Mary He lie Ilnttles.efendant .

II' laying> on my vacant lot. Whenever evidenced by Certificate No. 302 of > and the relief prayed

\ FOR SAFETY BY RUSSELL KAY I saw anyone prospering or 1127, Blk 15 ot Lake Kingsley for being divorce; That the defendant 'WHOLESOME] "
Heights No. I. evidenced by "Certif IH a resident of a State or Couny -
, ; enjoying himself, I have started a bate No. 303 of 1927; Blk. 18 Rx, unknown to the plaintiff, and

i4w of the reform to kill the business or Lots II, 12 of Luke Klngsley hat there I 1M no person In the State
Russell Kay, Secretary out of business but all the evidence Heights No. 1, evidenced by Certif of Florida service of personal pro-
Florida Press Association and I've been able to gather at spoil the fun. I do not want the Irate No. 304 of 1927.: Lots II. 12 of ess upon whom would personally )..

,-, President of the Florida Clipping young folks to stay In this town Blk 18 of Lake Klngslev Heights ,Ind attIC defendant IT IS ORDEHr -
, grade crossings Is to the contrary. No. 1. evidenced by Certificate No. : that the defendant, Mary Belie
Service, delivered the following and I will do all I can by law, rule 395 nf Battles, the bill of
I 1931 to
When I was a kid and anyone got ; Blk. 17 ex. Lots 9, 10, appear com-
r ., address at the recent statewide and ordinance to drive them away.It 13. 14, 29. 30, 31, 32 of Lake Kings- plaint on the 1st, day of August,
killed In an automobile It was Lord in ley Heights No.1. evidenced by Certificate A. 1) 1938 otherwise a Decree Pro '
of the Florida pains me, to see that
l'i Safety Conference NEWS and we'd spend a lot of No. 305 of 1927: Lots 9, 10 onfesso? will be entered affalnat

i Safety Council. time the and it spite of my knocking this town is of Blk 17 of Lake Klngsley Heights her for failure to appear; that this
; on story, smear
,, Mr. stated: beginning to grow. Someday, I No.1. evidenced by Certificate No. order be published once each week .!
Kay across the front page but for the 591 of 1930; Lots 13. 14 of Blk 17 of for four consecutive week. In the ,
"I've been called upon to annoy last few years we've simply hada fear, I will be called on to put Lake Klngsley Heights. No. I, cvidenced Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper -

r" a variety of gatherings in my time, sidewalks in front of my property by Certificate No. 288 of of general, circulation pub-
single column sterotype about 1928; Lots 29, 30, 31. 32 of Blk 17 of Ished In Bradford County Florida.
clerks and who knows but I have : -
S newspaper men grocery the size of an ordinary mastheadthat may Lake Klngsley Heights No. 1. cvi.denced WITNESSmy hand and official

: young democrats, old democrats the to help keep up the streets that by Certificate No. 340 of ,.eal of this said court, this 29th day
we slap on pront page
,$ bureaucrats and autocrats, but run by my premises. This, Lord, 1929: Blk. 18 of Lake Klngsley ot June A. I>. 1938. -
tU and I Heights -
just like the weather report No. 1., evidenced by Certif ,- -
I : this is the first time I ever got dally cartoon It reads "Seven would be more than I could bear. icate No. 308of, 1927: Blk. 19 of (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS): ,

messed up with a safety confer I Killed In Grade Crossing Smash." It would coat me money, thoughall denced Lak. Klngsley by Certificate Heights No.No.1.S07 evi of Clerk of Circuit Court

ence. All my life I've been safe I have made has been made 1927; Blk 20 of Lake Bradford County, Florida.
; We use the same lead and same
ty conscious. I've stuck myself right in this town. Then, too, Heights No. I, evidenced by Certif T. FRANK LANDRl'M, 4'- Wh.II..r 1011 eat, you want to
Is Ity. I'lalntltf.
story and all we have to do icate
No. 308 of
) cut with more people might come if the 1927; Blk. 21 of -t-5t-7-29.. drink. And Ilia
with safety pins, myself Lake tingling flavor of
,. just fill In the names. Klngsley Heights No. 1. evi THE HANDY
safety razors, been run over in town begins to grow, which would denced by Certificate No. 309 of ice-cold Coca-Cola add. tarts
3 "We have signs on our highways 1927: Wai.I. Luke FAMILY PACKAGE a
Klngxley Heights
to lose of
shins me some pull
cracked on ause my NOTICE
,, i safety zones, my which head "Stop, Look and Lis No. I being recorded Plat of NBV, thrill to food. A sparkling drink of|
safety valves, burnt myself with I ask therefore to keep this townat of NI51: Section' 38 Tp. 68. R. 2J

safety matches. ten" but about the only time the a standstill that I may continueto )0;.. In Biadfoid County Florida, and Notice Is hereby given to whom natural flavors..pure,wholesome,

average motorist does Is when he's be the toad in small representing the unpaid taxes for It may concern that I have filed refreshing. So and
While we've made great progress big a pud- the yearn 1-I26 to 1911! : both Inclusive easy to buy
trying to determine whether or dle. Chief. amounting my Final Report as Administratorof /
In safety education we still Amen.-Apopka IS11HS carry' horn In the handy package

L____ _. ,___ ..._u ._ "' '..". _.pg not that knock he heard was In ALSO: Lilts 4. B. 8. 12. 19. 20. 21. _Ratal______ of__ _IP__ _A._. _Andrews._n_, .. _, d_._.r_>'"_
c&l iavv U IU5 w.r; .u eu. ".. 28, 2"! 30, 3U! & 'VIii'ut Lot 44 of sis bottles.
W4* gave us shatter-proof glass and his motor. The average man seemsto %o'I'ftI01". C S 1.14.. OF TAXI In Wood lawn be able to detect rattle In hlacar I.II: I It'll \TI01 32 U
a Hon. E. K
containing 115 Acres. Ferryman. County
M- ; steel bumpers but what we really ICI-COLD COCA-COLA IS IVIBY PLACI
NOTiriJ IS HEREBY UIV13M' : that more or less
need today are dependable rubber quicker than he can one In F. T. Abeinuthy" hat filed with me The taxes to be sold are evidenced Judge, for approval account and II.II1ONOS

telephone poles. Our motor his head. You know there was a iltten, request, I that the tax certlftiUHN by Certificate' No. 152 lit 1938.! and Final Discharge ua such administrator IN TOUR ICI-sOX AT lLI I
p4 ;
time when all our wooden headed h 'n"'lhel'l'lIh nil subsequentmltteil represent, the unpaid taxes for the This July 1st, 1938.
u ; car manufacturers brag of their f>r levied taxes h"ltl by tbe years 1037 to IIboth! : \ Inclusive Coca Cola Bottling
annual turnovers and our traffic drivers were on the golf links, tate be advertised, and' sold to the amounting tn $167.91. 0. W ANDREWS, Admr
-, but now you find them every- ii lM li<*Mt Milder t for" ,'a cli as provided Said' tax certificates together with V
i record> verify them. It takes 15- where. l by Chapter I IDi'ltl! ( nf the 1)37! nets of all Hiibieiiuent, omitted or Levied 7-8-4t-7-29--. l'UONJ i sr.utuE

-: 000 nuts to hold an automobile to- the Li-KlHlatiire. upon" the following taxes will he sold to the highest' - -- -- _
scatter "Through the efforts of our ill.s<.i Ibed I iviil I LxtntiIn I t the County bidder at the Courthouse door In ,
gether while one nut can <,r I Itriiilfniil. .State nf Floridi to- Htarke, on the 51 h., diy of AIIKUHI' "r' ,-. % .
the clam thing all over the landscape safety leaders motorists are warn- rt I It I : A. 1) 193, at 11-00: o'clock A.I 1

ed against soft shoulders when 1:14' of SWof NW' A NR'iof I'ated I thin t the 16th., day i>f July fl4G1 S. a
; : ; 1 : 19:15: $ ; AN
state ThatIs 14h'Vi| S -i. 21 'l'p.| H 1 11 81
"While we are getting our high- traveling on highways Mast.. iutitalnliiMT I 00 Afies, more (OFFICIAL 8RAL) 's

. ways straightened out In some sections splendid!, but the idea ought to or ICMS.The A. J. IHllMAS', :

w, we still have a lot of roads be carried further and city drivers taxes. to he sold are evidencedl 1'1"1.Brudfoid of Circuit I Court nf
County Florida
that all cluttered with warned of soft shoulders around l reitlflcale Nos 171 and 005 of 7-2.-3t-S-.r.
: are up
I 1'ttl! anil 1M1! : : respectively and represent
1 square turns, you see in the old their necks. Then you hear a unpaid taxes for the years -
road builders used lo lot about one armed drivers. The tll.l" to I'JH: both Inclusive, amount- :%ol'i'Ft] ...' S tl-l'l(' \' 'ION ,
-f days our I
Inn to tH.U6. I l''l>ll 1' t X I>KH: : /

-, J, work on the principle that one other day a Tampa cop stopped a I ALSO: Lot B & Frllc'1 part of NOTICE 1 is IIIJKKHV\: UIVKX That
Lenna :
.a good turn deserved another and young fellow( who was drlvln' with Lot H of Illk t he 111>f 52'-a ft N tlflcate N... 1070( holder issued of the Tax 7th Or i I

the mote turns the greater the one arm aioung his girl and said & S by 21(1( ft K: & W. Also com. of August, A. D. 103J. has filed name day
NW Cur of land owned
turn 'You better take two hands here at by III my office and has made appll..a.lion .
over. It Turner on Cherry 1'41. & run for
P' "I remember awhile back it was buddy.' But the lad was safety N on salil Ht., U\
3i conscious, he didn't want to take to Chinch St., a on Church: St. the following described
freely predicted that the automo- property In
53(51, ft. W :UK ft to Hew, Town the
bile would put the railroad train too big a risk and said 'Yes sir, i.f Mtarke In NK:v, ot KWh BBC Florida County, to-wlf of: Bradford State of |'I I

I'd like to, but you see I thoughtI'd HI) Tp. AS. It. 83 R.: Three Acres In Northwest Corner '
The taxes to be suld, are evidenced
\ """ '"" "'" ........." better keep one hand on the by ceitlflcate No. 1073 of 1933. and of North. Halt of Southwest
:, \ \ \
Quarter of
rI Northwest
\I\ \ .Ill 7 :\J CKSONVIlU'S.ii. I steerln' gear'." represent unpaid taxes for the years "Hectlon 28 Township 6 I

= '\' "i1t.UADINO h 1912 to 1B.1N. both Inclusive, amountInll' H.n... .C'..>. ,,"no., ___.._._,_South._
to $187.2V.ESIk Ar.7; ; more or: (fee,.
!;vT H E
: TRAIN SCHEHUI.E 1 of Lake Klnrsley Heights The assessment of the said. property y
No.1. evidenced by Certlflrate No Under the salt certm.mte Is.
I Schedule of trains arriving here 38 of 1927; Illk 2 of Lak. Klnksley sued with In the name of Unknown. \

MllNOiIEI dally Subject to change without Heights No. 1, evidenced by CertifIcate Unless said certificate. shall be redeemed ___
No. 8H9 of 1927: Rile 3 ex Lou .according I _==
to law the _
I 011 ...mA.Df notice. 2 6. 7, 8, i", 10. II. 17. 20, 21. 28, erty described therein will be prop-sold _ _ A.
= Southbound-Due StarkeNo. 2 t, hi. 32 () Lake KlnRsley Height.No. to the highest bidder at the court '
__ _ _ Al
I. evidenced by Certificate No. house door
00)1d ) 1-Local._____ 10:48: p.m.No. on the first Monday of
Q 2<'IU of 1927: Lot 2 of Bile 3 of Lake' August 193D. which la the lot day

f rr P 107-Through____ 9:03: a. m. Klnicsley Heights No. I. evidencedby of August. 19U. $ilijiri DELIVERED IN DCTTCITEQJI:
Northbound-Due StarkeNo. Certificate No. 393 of 1931; Lots Dated this let day of July, 1938.
J'" S...., 10, II, 17 of Illk. 8 of Lake Klngnley (OFFICIAL SHAM II! ENTINCLUDED
\ -. \,lilt ; DI, 11'' '., !loI' Local6:15am: Heights No. I. evldinred by certificate A. J. THOMAS $64400
...1i' 0: iI .' No. IDS-Through____ 5:04: p. m. No. 3K2 of 1U23: Lots 20, 21 of i.k of ('ircuft Court of
Illk S of Lake Klngsley Heights No. Bradford _
County Florida. ,.,. litrfiirf"
., T. fat
Federal J SIde
Dally except Sundays
1. evidenced. by Certificate No. 338 7-S-4t-7-2
r- AIRCOtDITIONSUMME If.t> Seaboard Airline Railway. ..f 1121): Lots 2u1. 27 of Klk :3 i of Lake Price quoted is for(:11! II.l'.Tn.l..r! -

Klng-sley Heights evidencedby :NOIItK OK AIMM.U-.'TIO\ FOIl Sedan illustrated ond inrlijd'*
\ .I l ''Ji III T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.To Certificate, No *1'ol{ 1910; Lots TAX I1KRI transportation charges and .."
\m'II'I'\ 31. 32 of hue 3 of Lake KlnicsleyHeights ("ensj|. Hill :>... 10n: _
\ : I: -l! l q i //J No. I, evidenced by i NOTIOI3 W HEHKnYOIVKN, That the following i

..... f ,IE W.ifJ/Ji/ ,.,,1 icate No. 2S4 of 1928: Hlk 4 J 8. Bapp, Jr, holder of Tax Cer 2 bumpers ,.Illa" bumper
". 2 & 3 of Lake Klnicsley c..rtlt-I tlflc-ate Mo. 226. Issued the 2nd day
-.. I' ,RJ: ''r:! Il" 1. evidenced by Certificate"' o( July A. l). 1934 has filed same guards Spar ,vhecl tire tulio
'\ I. Get Rid of \1'1.1 of 1927: Lots 2, 3 of Hlk 4 In my office and has made appllra.I andluck. :2 electric horn.* Cifiar:
if IIInd Klnitsley HelHThts No. I. evidencedby :lion for a tax deed to he Issued m -- I lighter and ash tray lienS i"' ,
h' I QJn '. : Certificate Nn. OS>t of 1930: Blk. I. thereon Said certificate. : embraces \, dlcatoe.Speedometcrwltii. trip
_"...ntljf Altering .
want mattor evidenced by Certificate No. 202 of the County of Bradford, State of
-A I am tli,<* hloo<1. If your kidn.>a g tfunctionally 1927: nik. H 1'':... Lots 17. 18, II), 20 Florida, to-wit: _ Built-in luggage com*

V diAnrdnrfd and.,. ail .. of Lake Klnicsley, Heights No. 1. Lots 23, 24, 25. 2* In Wood- part men t Silent helical gear
t.av. KMaa impurttt-a, th 1 bo
111. I \\I 1 peannlug of Iho wbolo .y.....may.. and evidenced bv Certificate No 293 of lawn Section n Township S la all 8 pee....
L /1.11" .4 body.wcot. dll..... 1927: Lnts 17. 18 of Blk. 8 of Lake South, flange 22 East, contain- FORD V 8
Burnlrtf trimly or ins IWquffnt wi. Klnicsley Heights No. I. evidenced Inc 40 Acres, more or less
; 1! tuufnn may b* a warnlni of.um. ki OMFORT bladder diaturbanco. *19, lOot' BIle 0 of Lake Klnirsley rty under the said certificate Issued _
I You m.y ..."., nagrlnf baliachivp Heights No. 1, evidenced by Certificate was In the name of Unknown.
at this modem .
? fUeprool hoist Ia the ...<... .....
.nt h..d. .atutcka of diumMa, No. 508 of 1932: Blk 7 Rx Lots Unless said certificate shall be
keort ol do minx e. ckMa.W.. Z..ry tuina( up ill gout, wvlltnc, pu"",,.M 12. 13 of Lake Klngsley Heights No.I. redeemed according to law Ih.prop..rly .
with tub and shower salt ....... under tha, oyw-foal ..s. .en_'a4playvd I. evidenced by Certificate No. 21)4 described therein will be

' radio. Eretr 1 bed with Inaeraprlng mot.tees 'In aueb out. It to .btu of 19J7.: Lots 13, 13 of Blk 7 of Lake sold to the highest bidder at the
vuaa to
'44lf and leading lamp. Bosnia, Icewo pulp sos KliiKuley Heights. No. I. evidencedby court house door the lintfon
wvdMo( that' baa won _,.. -... on -
'mt1 .f esj ..., Ooor.roruuui. arvlatra khan on 1 favof* Certificate No. B90 of 1930: Blk day In the month of September, i W.
I PRICED ably known. Uao ;r.:*':11u.-:> multUtu 8 of Lake Klngsley Heights No. 1, 193. which I. the 5th day of Hept..mh..r.
; COCKTAIL: LOOTiCE and COFFEE SHOP Lisa. : aoitr ...ighb..fiti 1927.: Blk S f:,.. Lnts 24. U. 28. 29f Dated this 14th.. day of July, 1939.

q i .... I, t fOUMO H. .t. > Lake Kingnley Heights No. 1. evh.nc..d (OFFICIAL SKAT.) !

i NOV11. rA"IN Hon& DII070 by Certificate No. 298 of A. ". THOMAS, .
--," u__ _. 11)27. Lots 24. 25 of Blk B of Lake Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
Klngsley Heights No. 1 evidenced .
-- -- Hrndford County, Florida.
by Certificate No. au of 1929; Lot. 7-la-5t-812. FLORIDAI.

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I i'thla had set for Stephen to visit come home for her. She dreaded

OMftk7zhilrjI ---l, Ellen. The maid who opened the going to the club, but remember- \ I

BOB JONESCoA } A MONKEY'S MEDITATIONDAID i door told him he was to go to the ing her grandmother said no Kent jl '

I nursery. had ever been a coward, sha II I, ,'j+ ,! ,
On Ellen handed him
E. Ot'YTON, Blue Mountain, MlM. somethinghe agreed. I ,
Hereafter VF1 didn't know what the piece of When Marls reached the club> i .: : f..

d I crude white clay was meant for and walked toward the dining ,,I I'' I
__ i l "" "B1"l """"" """" I y' Aahl f..,, ,+t..Nly fila 1.r. until she told him it was an ash- rom, she saw that It was crowded ; I t',' ,," I

father .Is an outstanding \ tray. He said It was not only the with women and they were having .' t \ .
I JfibltlonlBt. Personally, I am I LUC'UUFFAKEP A monkey musing in his cage nicest ash-try he bad ever seen, their luncheon at card table ;h .I ,

BP pro mat the Eighteenth Amend- Bated on a tory by MARGARET CUIKIN BANNING Upon the progress of the age but the very nicest present he had The headwaiter seemed nervous as t F f '"

aga This is election day. Shall; STORY SO FAR.Stf'pht'n I Half-whispered as I happened by, ever had in all his life. he explained there was a charity ''I'P{' :?' .' j
men t the polls and vote against Holland, brilliant Stephen called In to ask If she "This Evolution is a lie." "And It's got your name In it, bridge on that day. An intimate 1\\I
I otwnt and convlc- was ready she took one final too," said EII*n. "See It saysDaddy' friend of Cynthia's who had been ,I \ r.
mq conscience young lawyer and his. wife glance In the mirror and answered -1 ." '' .
shall I vote my convlc- have been divorced to hear him introduced to Marls but had never !I" :
without Surprised speak so plain '
don, .or what a lawyer that she was His eyes, as "Did you think of this all by called upon her nor shown any : ,1': I "::
H That is scandal Cynthia hud I tried to I truths to .
well his paused profounder gain.
as words told
her that "
BTnd said a few years hold him yourself, my baby? asked Stephen desire to be friendly, came up to !1 v.t ,
mine through hill love for he was proud of her when he Unconscious I was there to heed '
her close. t
|f fri.t I do holding her He voice was too sweet a* ; I
Iagt am a anybody prohibitionist.could vote but their little daughter, Ellen threw her evening wrap around He thus continued with his creed : "Of course, she did" said Cynthia she said she was sorry-the com I n,,jp. : :;;1''
: t' how failed, because he her .
see shoulders. '
lee Before they had .
However, I hurriedly. mlttee had not known Mrs Holland ,\.,l i
Sm liquor cleurly she Is HO seiriah anddomineering reached the club, she was quite at "For mortal to to trace .
Slid against my cooxlence man try "Why Mummy, have you for- played bridge; she came to ;i .
\ not vote that their marriage ease. She was even glad they Descent from our illustrious race gotten," asked Ellen. "You said the club so seldom. ",
was "
my; !
If I were you |Is a failure. Hi* motherand were going. A "j ,I ''
gay evening wouldbe would like it in other
the opinion of tbwetter Is rank injustice to our clan Daddy aia Stephen's mother sitting at a
[It Is Cjnthln continue their ,'
reply pleasant, And-when one sec- house table with and I
who does The monkey much surpasses man. Cynthia, rose came
man any-I Intimacy. In
that any conscience \VoMhlngton ond of vague fear came to her- Just then the nurse apeared and quickly toward Marls, I I ,
against his own Stephen' meet' Marl. Kent. she would have Steve beside her said it time for Ellen's '
!bIng was sup- "If you'll have luncheon with I
his character To change They are married !Mrs. Kings- whatever she had to face. "In bloody wars men butcher men. "
scars per dear she said-"Alex can
me ,
I conscience, It is necessaryIJ ; ley, Intimate friend They slander both with tongue and pen. ,
man's of Steph> But, by chance, she was along "
"Bye, Daddy, said Ellen. "Mer- set a table for us, even if the room '
change his creed. Our con- en's mother and one-time resident when there was something to test They cheat they lie, they swear, they steal ; ry Christmas" is crowded." ,1

ce is regulated by what we << of Maplewood. telN Marls her courage and her dignity. And wild with wine, they rock and reel. Before Stephen could answer, "Thank you," said Marls shaking I

I Sieve A heathen woman's con- she Is going Into "enemy ter- It happened Just after they en- Cynthia spoke."Wouldn't her head. i .: 't

J Since hurts her If she doesn'tItfcriflce ritory." tered the foyer. Stephen had hand- "They trample justice in the dust. you like to stay, "I wish you would, Marls." I' .' ''i 'I t

her baby to a heathen ed his coat and hat to an attend- They loll in luxury and lust. Steve? Ellen might sit with us for "I'd rather not-really. I Just 'n'j I

I god A Christian woman's If she conacienci did- CHAPTER SEVEN ant and moved toward the en- They sell their very selves for gold, dinner-If you care-" stopped by-Steve la coming for I I i!

would hurt her heathen Marls did find a house the next trance to the dining room. Marls Their men, their women, young and old "Thank you. I can't" me, soon. Please go back to your i'! I [I''
her baby to a day. Stephen approved of It, too, turned toward a mirror to make "I wonder why you must go," table I'm sorry to have caused '( I:' .' ,
goddrlfiThe difference and the between Christian! especially as it was comfortably sure her hair had not been rum- "They laugh at law, they twist the truth, said. Ellen."I any trouble" 'I\ I

heathen woman furnished and they could move in pled by the wind. They crucify the dreams of youth. must tonight, baby mine," As Marls walked out, the woman ; i", ,

l woman is not so much as a it difference Is t a- at once, without taking a long "Good evening, Mrs. Holland," Their hearts as hard as solid stone, "Don't break your ash-tray, will tried to explain to Mrs. Holland .: ",!
conscience "
of lease. some one said. ? 1 r
you but she was cut short.
of creed. When a man Marls turned her head to They worship God with lips alone. ,- !, i
difference "We want our own home if see "I certainly won't. "I don't like stupid cruelty, ; ,
I believes right his conscience, as I a we can't buy one Just right, we'll who was addressing her Just as a Cynthia walked down to the out- said Mrs Holland. "She has every (i' !ir,: ')!
I rule is a pretty safe guide. No build," he said "So you're in fora pleasant voice answered the greet- "Man thus has left a trail of crime, er door with him. right to be asked here. I hope and '' { '\ :

I minister has any right to Insist on lot of looking around' Ing. To foul to sanctify with time. "I wish you wouldn't do things I expect this sort of thing will )I I hf" r }"t

I people contributing money to t a "I'll love It. And furnishing It. So--this was Cynthia She turn- The record of the human race like that Cynthlu," he saW "Ellen never happen again." }1 I : \

I cause which their consciences do when we've found It--oh, what an ed back to the glass and hoped the Brings flaming blushes to my face. was a perfect little lady. She never When Stephen drove up. Marls ,/ J.) ,

I not endorse It Is all right to try orgy that will be" sudden panic she felt in her heart questioned my going or why was waiting for him under the '!:c; w

I to sell) the cause, but the effort to Stephen's mother had suggested did not show in her voice. "The monkey leads the simple life, until you mentioned) my stayingfor portico. Ha was so interested In, i 1 t +'-

I gel church members to supportthe giving a reception to Introduce "Hello Barnes," It was Steve, Is loyal to his wedded wife. dinner." the surprise he bad for her, he ; ; ,i

entire church program regardless Marls to her friends and Stephen's, retaining and evidently calling to No lady monkey yet, of course, "I'm sorry Steve. I didn think did notice that she did not look I y;'. "
I of the conscience of the I Has ever sought or won divorce. --It's Christmas, you know and I happy. .. '.
individual Christian Is a wrong approach want Ellen"We:: -" She smiled when she saw the t .,

for a minister. A Christian I should "The monkey home is still serene,
Us no right to turn his conscience I having to face any unnecea- house set In several acre of ;
I over to somebody else. Paul lived The father, king, the mother, queen, sat'y problems I know you didn'tdo I lovely land. It was Just what they

I In all good conscience all his life, The little monkeys, too, obey It deliberately Cynthia, and I wanted and Stephen had taken an gy'p '

I His conscience changed when his' Their parents in the good old way. don't mean to ciillclze) you as a option on It. Suddenly the happiness }

I creed changed. When he met Jesus mother" faded from her face. y ,' f

I on the Damascus Road, he looked "We have no haunts of sin and shame. "Thunk you, Steve," said Cynthia "What's wrong?" cried Stephen, S ,
at life out of spiritual eyes. He I No racketeers our ranks defame. with a sad little smile. alarmed."I t' 1 '

bad s Christian creed. He was I Our record stands an open book Stephen did not tell Marls of cun't live here-anywhere-- 1 { '

born again He therefore had t a At which the world has leave to look. I what had happened<1. lie did not until things lire stralKhtened out.

Christian conscience. I want her either, to have to face I've been wondering if I shouldn't k} r
"No any unnecessary problems, In a go to grandmother for a while." ',
self-respecting monkey can i t
Admit himself akin to man. little while they were so gay over "Marls, are you crazy? Are you I ,
How much more shall the bloodof I the dinner she had cooked, that ho talking of leaving, me ?" ',
eter I>y all the gods that reign on high,
Christ who through the did not think of It again---for that "Not for always. I'm not complaining l
gal spirit offered himself without This Evolution is a lie night at least.Cynthia but of course I had

blemish unto God, cleanse our J did not tell Mrs. Holland warnings enough that I was coming fF i

conscience from dead works to \ d of the Christmas day Incident Into enemy territory But I 1 ,. ;

serve the living God." This verse ; *? one bears so much about but Mrs. Holland to be on terms of when she returned, She had some- loved, you and-" t
from Hebrews should be studied 1 thing more Important to "Don't love me now?" Ste. I r
perhaps it doesn't want privacy Intimacy with Cynthia, still; but say you *
carefully, The blood of Christ ? "Sttvt," laid Cynthia, anyway." she could not risk going In unexpectedly -i "But you can't, Cynthia dear," phen's voice was strained as he f "j ,4

cleanses our conscience from.. + "I want to mitt your A number of Stephen's friends and finding Cynthia Mrs. Holland almost gasped. asked the Words. {

DEAD WORKS. What are DEAD p e. wilt." stopped at the table and were Introduced there. I "What would you do? You're as "More every day. Knowing everything {, 3 1

WORKS? They are the works I to Maria. They were gracious In the late fall, Stephen and intelligent; and smart as any wom I'd marry you again. I
that men do In an effort to satisfy : in their welcome. Better still Marls thought they would go to i an could be, but it takes more than I But-I thought I married a man. + t '

their own conscience and save they were casual as if there was Washington for the holidays, but that to make a living these days. I I find I married a divorced couple. s'r

themselves. "I got drunk last but as she had not recovered from I the man who had come In with nothing out of the usual in meet- that became impossible when What! on earth made you think of I'm an outside here-with the town +' 4!

night and was mean to my family. her cold and as Marls and Stephen Cynthia Ing the bride of an old friend. She Stephen was called In on an Important refusing to take alimony? Of with your mother -. with you. 'I
I cursed my wife. So today 1 I wished to be settled in their house, "Steve" said Cynthia, whom he felt that while she lived she wouldbe case which required a course Steve wouldn't hear of it" Don't try to stop me. With you .t

bought her a nice present and that they vetoed the idea, for the present I had not seen, "I want to meet- grateful to them for their kind- great deal of preparation. Marls'I "He might be Influenced. You too, You're still tied to Cynthia la ,1' ..

satisfied my conscience." a man at least, Mrs. Holland said she : your wife." was disappointed. She wasn't exactly know second wives. a thousand ways. You can't break J ;' I

laid one time. The world Is filled was sorry, of course but one withan "Of course." he said. "Marls, I ness.Marls had hoped that Stephen ) homesick, but she wanted to ,' "You are all wrong, Cynthia, If away. They won't let you." :'r al: ;:

with people who are endeavoring acute ear for things not put in want you to-thin Is Cynthia. And would not hark back to what had see her grandmother and her old you think Marls resents Steve's Stephen took her In his arms. .

to find satisfaction from a disturbed words, might have heard an un- let me present Mr Barnes, also." happened in the foyer But It had lends. supporting his child" "Would you really leave me, l' ,
conscience by doing a great dertone of relief to what she said. "Dining here, too, Cynthia?" a cut too deep for him not to talk A few days before Christmas, "I hope you're right. But I've Marls-go home-leave me, alone 1 'p1 '.

many DEAD W'DRKS. The blood Marls had been In Maplewood woman Just coming In called. I of it. Mrs. Holland said she had decided heard little things. She has friends. to solve all the problems j 'a9

of Jesus Christ cleanses our conscience almost two weeks and had met no "No, we're going," said Cynthia, "I thought after all the years we to spend Christmas with her sis here with whom she l In a little She looked at him steadily for a { f / 'f

from DEAD WORKS. A' one, except the renting agent, the turning to her escort. were togethei I knew Cynthia ,- ter, who lived in Chicago Marls I more frank, than she is with- oth- moment then laid her head on his q ;
LIVING I moment of silence 1 ,'rl!. It may be just gossip. Forget shoulder and burst Into sobs j
Christian person has people at the employment agency There was a all her tricks all her poalngs, had the feeling that she had changed I
WORKS He doesn't work to get where she had gone to engage a It was Maria, who broke It. I he said. "But what she did tonight her plans when Stephen and I I told you, Mother. I .see, now It "No no-,I cun't, I will never .
is I she said in a low couldn't be true No woman you leave you, as long as you want t
relict rom a conscience that maid and the people In Stephen'soffice. "I am sorry I certainly pinned my ears back. she changed theirs
troubled He does not do good to be I voice. "IfCynthia-" "Is Lnura'1Marls I like could be su selfish and cruel." mo But I don't know what to doI I I'
I She had seen Ellen Just "Why I think it la lather exclt- anything wrong
I if she Mrs. Holland did not believe don't know what to do "
saved He does good because he Is the day they had met unexpectedly turned away as ,
sa\iri! He knows he Is saved becausi once on in Stephen's office. had not heard and called to a I what Cynthia snlil, she had heard, (Continued Next Week) ,
coming out of the could be true, of Marls, but It made --------.--_
Blood. He Just
h under the would woman
< is had Mi's. Holland
She hoped She the The. total amount of light given + j ,
h11'n I I her uneasy wax glad as
born again. If he grieves her one day but she did lounge '
ti Spirit or lives as a Christian have Marls over tried to make herself "Alice dearest I'll call you In a I wet ks panned, and Cynthlu not only by a full moon IH believed to be l,n I{
not. the morning. I'm not staying" : did not mention 'the subject again, lens than one three-hundred thousandth -
shouKl his con-
not live, of course grandmother's unselfish '
clonct ef- believe It was a Alice looked at the little group, but continued to accept (the generous that of the sun i ,: '.
IS troubled. But In an lest Ellen should catch
care _,_ ,
three other checks sent tier by Stephen.One ---+----- ,1
Two I
fore fascinated. or
troubled If
to relief from aft
get a she was not success-
conscience he doesn't do DEAD her cold, but herself. men and women had turned also day, Stephen. asked Marls Iodine from .nenweeil has been ; ; d
I ful in deceiving what was happening to meet him for luncheon at the found more effective In the treatment : ,.,
WORKS He confesses his sins said Stephen, after to see I
: "Marls, said Stephen toMarls i lub II would, Im more convenient of goiter, than other forma .I.II
anc1 asks Cod for forgiveness and In their house twoor "Come dear ,
had been F' -
they "our table Is ready We'd toi' him to pick her up there than of Iodine I
pray 10 be restored to fellowship. three days, "we are going to the .
Christianity Is not DOING. It Is I club Thursday night. It is time best be going In." I w Ii --'f'! 14) '
to- +f Ik !
and Marls hud ,
BEING: Jesus went about DOING you met some of my friends and ,
GOOD, but He did this because than high time that they ward the dining room und Cynthia ,,''

HE WAS GOOD. Men can't do'' should more know you and become your 'and outer Mr Barnes door. Then started suddenly toward, For Expert RepairingSmith's >!" f: .J
good who are not good. Man un- friends too." ,
regenerated, man In his natural "That will be nice, dear" said Cynthia turned back and stepped k y ,I, :.'

itate .is absolutely helpless, ac- Maria, "If you say so. Oh I don't quickly toward Mails. ," she i t.h '
cording to the Bible, to do any- doubt they're very fine folk, butI "Please make Steve happy
thing to 'fix himself' he will be sticking said In a voice where Impetuousness 4 4Cynthia's Garage
Just .
m perfectly happy and restraint seemed to be Ait intimate friend ej : ;' ifl.;
right with God. Jesus "fixes" around with you. Do you think we :
other. Then, as Coed to
'wn, 'He that hath the Son hath warring with each oy
Ufa A sinner is dead. A Christian should"What go a?question! I thought you if italicizing the words "Please ,I Marie and apologized in s 1 I Ir DAY-1'JiONE121) NIGHTI'HONE J :
the committee.Ing ,
Is do," behalf of Iw
works are
alive. A sinner's liked people and parties. :
DEAD WORKS. A Christian's said. "But-oh I sup- She turned quickly, before any- w I I
"I do, she Wrecker Service Night
works are LIVING WORKS. every bride has a moment of one could speak to her and walkedout r I, Day or -.L.

I panic when to she a lot Is presented of strangers for "Well of the, I'll club.be-" said Stephen all the warning I have had I I asked the cook a few daysbefore I II --- '.. ;ts :

BUSSCHEDULE inspection most of them are wondering under his breath. I and then a new one from Cynthia I Christmas. "You don't. look I ;' ,: .
and knows did see In her "She Is lovely, Steve, said I I don't know what I had expected, your usual cheerful self, :
what he ever '
Southbouna Marls quietly She touched his arm but I hail. never dreamed of her I Tso all right," said Laura.I ,
No 203: -Due Stance 5:15: p.m to make him marry her will answer lightly for a moment "Don't lookas I pleading with me to make you i "You-all planning a big dinner, or err< al I< ,.\fI,,fit I'
at .
Ro 207-Due Starke 11:45: p.mNo. "One look you for all time. If some one had slapped us In happy anything for Christmas" I / 0 .-,

203-Due Starke 12:15: p.m. that old looks question will speak for you. be- the face. It Is all right. We haveto "It was the most-" i Marls laughed. .. .), /''I, -j.-j.t .

No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m. Your word." run the gauntlet yet, you "Don't let it worry you, dear," I "So that's It. Laura. I'm a wom- t \ .
fore you say one "As matter of cold word. I ""; I
like a fatuous know. she said/ a I an of my promised you 1
Northbound "You sound" she said gaily, "butI She looked calm and perfectly at fact, I think It Is a god Idea. Moreover that you could spend Christmas / ,j
No. 202-Due Starke 1:30:: p.m bridegroom, to hear such ease. But for one wild second she Mr. Holland I have every! with your family and you can Justas I I' I
No. 204--Due Starke 4:15: p.m. won't deny I like ?" was afraid her eyes would be Intention of granting her wish. : If we were going to Waflhington. rl 1
No. 206-,Due Starke 9:15: p.m. words. What shall I wear tear-ridden It was not what CynthIa I'm going to do more than that- ." '"' j'l: ) ,

No 209! ..-Due Starke 3:00: am.&o. "What do I "care? You always had cone; it was what Stephen I'm going to be happy, my elf." "But, Mrs Holland can you-?" )/; I )! 1 .
2H-Due Starke 9:20: a.m.. look beautiful. whispered to her which t'
formal-an "I ve had a brilliant Idea, ,
is It very
fr frr ,
Starke "I mean \ ,
Bus her poise I
Agent: Beasley" threatened lake real ,
an ordinary evening CHAPTER EIGHT ra. Going up to the --n
service house Station, opposite court. occasion with or people Just dropping In any "Marls. I never knew anyone" Marls made friends and she and Northern Christmas I'll have this -r Pi I
could be so wonderful as you. ,
old way," Is a special Her eyes were' quite clear and Stephen had as many invitationsas She could year That night, Stephen told Marls ,, I 't. :
"Oh, I see. Thursday through the they cared to accept. A t
walked I
they I i
best bright as that he had had a note from Cyn-
night, so I suppose you'd their table not feel herself a pariah; yet, except I
tucker you dining room to she thia asking him to come In Christmas "
KtJOV: A IIWI.T whatever bib and in their own house when
in the spotlight
wear "I hate to put you Ellen had made a
knock-out. afternoon;
of a alone with Stephen she never \ :
KINGSLEY BEACH consider most said Stephen when was
with like thIs, for him and of course wantedto
unusual pains "belonged. gift I :
she really i
took felt that
Marls and the
( order
Kormerlr StrlcklaHd'a) had given their
they It In It wouldn't ,
toilette on Thursday evenUig After that one night at the club, present person. TODAY .
her them.
left .
she waiter had interfere with anything Marts _
required, for I went again. They did .
I was never
time she they
Extra or later I
"Had to be sooner would It? ,
were cold did not wanted to do \
found that her hands not mention !It-they Just
and trembling said."Well I must admit" he said go. But there was something else "Not at all dear," she said. 'I ']\

ialTIIHa..en "Brace up!" she said. to herself little laugh, "I want every- more important. She never felt i think It a good Idea all around. I
fiercely. "Are you going to disgrace with a them see I free to go to Stephen's mother unless -I Of course you want to spend purl I II
''1'''\IU'I"III O afraid? one to look at you--have had with Ellen and will I be ',
Play p' < ntioHH the Kents by being they were Invited or she of the day
Il .'\ita.; .. U'I"( a coward among them all what real beauty ?" asked I IMarl. phoned to ask If she might dropIn. l glad to have you out of the '
looking houle"I
". Never not
\ "Is anyone I 'r.
NiCE FOR PLACE NICE PEOPLE" Granny Her lelt-scoldlnr.ay." availed. When : .. "I feel like the goldfish She thought It rather fine of, It was late afternoon j ill 'I''I'1Y. .


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SUNNY BROOK FARM plaint' filed ..,
CANDIDATES EXPRESS l' MUST RISE BROOKER the relief ,,",,,'If.,1ot ''' ,
Bradford ( Continued from Page One) Miss Vera Oolncy Correspondent Airs. Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. a rnortfruici' ( .r
have here, and I sincerely hope County. Florid,, dr",

that this will be of some ben- COMPANY Mrs.. Laura Elizabeth Banter Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drlggera. of Lot.Lob. 6.1, .14of ..
efit to the citizens of Palatkaby TO LEAVE SUNDAY FOR Mrs. Laura Elizabeth BaxterWIIS Lake Butler, were recent guests of ot-way tf "s mil A" I ,,.,

letting them know the MISSISSIPPI born in Bradford County October their son-In-law and daughter Mr. 18, and SW', .
Published Weekly on <>f Sect Inn ',
J \
truth. 7, 1864 and died July 21 and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. It. 23 Ic.otlerwi.5 .

Matter at the Post Yours very truly.N. Twenty members of Headquarters .- 1938, making her almost seventy One of the Crosby brother's tobacco tin- ,,11 j ,

D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Company, 2nd Battalion, four years old at the time of her barns was destroyed by fire ronfeHBed bill of .complain, ,
ky ,
vuti ,II ,
121 Infantry. will arise early Sun- death. She was the daughter of last Wednesday about noon. Lon- ". 1 "

/J Painting an entirely different day morning and board the special the late Emra P. and Margaret ale Crawford was curing tobaccoIn paper ar..h'd.J.In ,", i I"" I

: Dr. W. E. Middleton, who train that will carry them Ward. She was married to J. D. the barn. It was estimated be- paper; which otice ..t npublliihed a: I 10, na '

this week that he would and the entire Florida National Baxter who preceded her In 900 and 1,000 sticks of tobacco consecutive .......k. I
be candidate for Guard to take 'part in the Third turn day. "I s .
a mayor, this
31 To
death March 1892.
The fire
were In It. happenedjust WITNESS my i .,,
the following letter to H. C. Army maneuvers in Mississippi.Lt. union were born nine children, finIshed Heal. at Kturke. I n,, I fib
----- -- -- --- a little while before I
of the leaders of the T. T. Long stated that he Is Florida this ZJrd I "
one ,1 ut, ,
E. L. Matthews two of whom are now dead.
_________ curing. 193n .
__ __ ___ ._ I ISU to establish a municipal plant carrying a full quota of men from Mrs. Baxter !is survived by six Miss Nona Brown entertainedlast (OFFICIAL SI':AI.1
Palatka here and that the guards are look- AA.. J. THO.MA.
sons and one daughter: N. E. Baxter Friday night with a chicken
Ing forward to the trip-the long- A""I< of ,c,. ,
Starke, Fla., taken of Gainesville; T. J. and H. N. pileau honoring the birthday an- Hradfordu, '' ,. I ,
$1.50 Six est they have ever as a KNIQHT Id
Yearly, ; July 23, 1938 Baxter, of Jacksonville; W H niversary of her mother Mrs. Arie a KNIOM-i,
unit. They are eager to take partin Htarke Florida
Advertising Mr. H. C. Blitch what has been described as the Baxter, of Birmingham, Ala.; J. Brown. A large crowd attended.Mrs. Solicitor for I'h", ,

Palatka Florida to P. and W. O. Baxter and Mrs. C. Mabel Denmark and children 8-6-5t-l-a
greatest peace-time maneuver
Dear Sir: be staged in the South. J. Crews, of Brooker; four brothers and Mrs. Hilton Dunkley of \t 'IUK OF AHPI.H % |111\

WHAT DO In regard to your Inquiry : W. W. Ward, of Dublin Gn.; Jacksonville, spent Sunday here 'I'A%" IJiIi:: :I, Ci uRenstr ,
This will be the second time the ( Hill ,..
regarding our munlclpully- Col. Bloxham Ward, of San Fran- with relatives. They were accom- NOTICWIS HEKJOl:, "mi.IH .,.:..,.
124th left the state for
When expert aviators : light plant I beg to say Infantry cisco, Cal) ; S. R Ward, of Atlanta panied home by Mrs. Evelyn Cros- L. (I. Powell hold, T'.'
its summer field encampment, the Icate No. 88,1. !Ii-, ,
It is Starke's greatest as- Ga.; and Florece Ward of Miami who will spend a week there. lI'
all the intricate instruments troops having attended a brigade I ; by, August, A. I n I I1I2S I)
and we are proud of it. three sisters: Mrs. M. D. Matheny, Miss Bernice Woods and Miss In ,
in making a successful camp in 1937 at Fort McClelland, o\Yt.c:: a \Iii;:,,.It| I Ii
reasonable Tampa Mrs. McAllister Denmark of Jacksonville are
rates are quite ; Kay Irene thereon. Hulil .
great length what the the plant pays for city Ala.The will start of Atlanta Ga.; and Mrs. J. A. spending this week with relativesand the following' d<.-. a

vancement it is to the cause retires our bonds. maneuver proper Abbot, of Plant City; eight grandchildren friends here. the County of id" 1 "
and continue Florida. '
Wednesday throughthe to-\\ t li8outhwefit ?
for Improvements and and a number of nephewsand Miss Madeline Crosby spent the
If this is so, then keeps Itself going. You will following Tuesday August 9, nieces and other relatives and week-end in Brooker with her east Quart Qii|cv i' t

Douglas Corrigan, a hear any complaint from during defense which will time actual their attention.wartime friends. parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby. In North-went South-wi".i C'.,'">,,n', ,I
the world by making an one except some sore head I Funeral services were held Fri Miss| Doris Dyal returned home Township 7 ..,. .'
With the exception of the use of
wouldn't be satisfied with day afternoon at the Baptist from Plant City last Friday. East, con tain' i im ;;
to Ireland in blank ammunition and the lack of or less
a cheap, seat In Heaven. My advice Church here, of which Mrs. Banter Fred Haislop and Donald Kelly The RNHpRHtntMti" < i

of maps, radio or other mo all towns and cities Is to casualties, actual wartime field was a member. The Rev. d. E. were visitors in Jacksonville last ertv under t th. -.n.] ,"
conditions wiU be simulated. Every In the flame' of F* r rUnlexB I
essary for safe flying today your own light and water arm and service of the army McGauley officiated assisted by Tuesday.Mrs. Said ,-,.:' i i ,
the Rev. C. A. Crosby and the J. II. Hiatt and Miss Louise deemed ac.ordlllll'I i. ,
In reality these flights Very truly yours will be represented which will Include Rev. J. L. Norrls. Interment was Lovett of Plant City Miss Ethel erty the described t tli* i I. r
to highest hiiM
infantry artillery, engineers,
under favorable conditions %V. E. MIDDLETON, M. D. in Dedan Cemetery. Welch nnd J. P. Welch of Lake house dnor on 'ih' Ithe l,, )
air corps signal corps, chemical, -....._- .-._-- -.--..- ....-,-- ...- : month nf H..itt. i IV.
aviators would dare set foot tank units and quartermaster personnel DuLLer, were gueaia uuuug LUC the 6th --n-i, ;<; sDated ',n
what political significance week-end of Miss Nona Brown. this 23rd rtu ,
Card of ThankH
while the most expensive letters will have In next Mrs. Raiford Brown of Plant (OFFICIAL URAL: )
The Third Army, less Fourth We wish to thank all those who A. J. TIIOI.I : .\--
unfavorable conditions. election has not been Corps and certain other smaller City is upending a while here with Clerk. of (VI 1, ,
defined. It is considered assisted during the sickness and relatives and friends. I Bradford ,r .n., ,.' "r
fact that human 'Ida
simple no that both candidates will units of both National Guard and death of our dear mother MI's. 7-2D-51-8-26.

regular troops will be designatedas -
ditions J. D. Baxter.
further on their views :%() OP '
the municipal plant. "Blue" or troops defending "our The Baxter family. NEW' RIVER 'ru'r.: 'I. I,!'unit: Tn

and the Fourth NOTICE IS: : ,.- .
country"; Corps HKUKln .\
Mr' 0 E. CorrespondentMrs. n.V. /
"* Crosby \ .
H. nun n i iwritten
with various smaller units of both
Mrs. Lonle Ward reciuext linn' I'
OFFICERS DENY regular army and National Guard Mrs. Lonle Ward a native of Frank Sparkman and children U-atefl togt't her with I I u.r
The U. S. Treasury (Continued from Page One) attached, will represent. an enemy omitted or levied lu\ I i
Brooker, died Friday afternoon at and Miss Margie Renfroe and State he advertised. ,"i i
future federal, state and case of darkness Is where attempting to Invade Mississippiand the home of relatives in Jackson- Everette Renfroe, of Tarpon highest bidder ft > {Id,],
to seize bv; Chapter J5'i i. .i r
exempt class, to extend the city or town has sold out their strategic. points. ville. She was sixty-two years of Springs were visiting relatives and or ii... I.PRl-tlllni ,r,

and to Fla. Power & Light. They age and had been 111 for several friend* here last week. lowing. dp,,('. ii>i il I ..
to states to -
permit tax "
.1 of n: .,ell. 01 i
not pay for street lighting Mrs. Bertha Stern weeks. She was a member of the I Nor :-iin: Wiggins, of Jacksonville I Id" .-wit: 1'1

federal employees within had street lights turned off. Mrs. Bertha Stern died In the Baptist Church. and Miss Dot Sapp, of Lake Lute 27, :2'i. 3t. ,

will consider this a worthy has a fairly good sys- Alachua County Hospital last Fri- Mrs. Ward Is survived by her I Butler, were guests of Mr. and 1:1'44: ",. 4r of, lint 53 nndSep. I 11< I I"''r: I It II .1'1<

bonds should make it easier of Street lights that covers day night following an Illness of husband J, M. Ward Brooker; Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday night. 29 Tp -8 II :
and back alleys, and they one daughter, Mrs. Minnie Ver- Mrs. W. B. Lazenby returned to Acres. more '01 len.-'
four weeks. She was seventytwoyears I. ,
The taxes to l"e ,01 M
Suppose a retired all night every night, and at of age. non, Branford; six sons Truby her home here att r attending the '... .certificate Nn- i (i i1IUH

If he puts it in government direct cost to taxpayer. Mrs. Stern was born In Pom- Ward, Daytona Beach; L. L. Ward first semester of summer school and 1933, ruKiii' ". i iit
nt taxes I'h
b |
nual return would be $ people of Palatka think mern Germany and came to this Wauchula; G. T., John, Raleigh, In Gainesville. Itlfl. both InilUHlv t if I

your own street lighting ex country in 1886. She lived for sev- and Jerry Ward, Brooker; two Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and I 1223.87. I
levied under present laws. Maid tax certificate. < 'n> "i If |
visitors in Hawthorne
sisters Mrs. Lollle Ward Brooker family were ,
eral years In Chicago where she all aubfri4uent iMnltuit[ ..VI<
net return, private business Starke, when a consumer married the late August Stern. In ; and .Mrs. Bertie Comer, Mc- Saturday night. tore will be nolil, I, P i. 'nh.lildder .-
his meter changed to a new Donald, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and at the Cnurthi u>
percent on his money, or $ 1913 the family moved to Brad- SiHrke un the 12tli dn. \uii,
1)1 there is no charge. The ford County and Mrs. Stern livedon Funeral services were held at small daughter, Kathryn of Sun- 1918.: at 11:00: o'cloik M

had finished paying knows of a case In Palatka their place a short distance the New Hope Primitive Baptist ny Brook Farm and Misses Irene tinted. this the J3r.i, 1: Ja19S8.

income taxes on the million it cost a man $40.00 to get east of Starke ever since. |,. Church Sunday afternoon. after Denmark and Bernice Woods, of (OFFICIAL SEAL)

tled to $325,000. Funeral services were held from I which burial took place in the Jacksonville were visiting Mr. A. J. THOMAS '
in debt at New and Mrs. O. E. Monday Clerk of Clrrul .ur"
was heavily the residence Sunday afternoon at! Hope Cemetery. Key-Mc- Crosby Bradford Cuunty Florida

Obviously, men of start of the depression-1929. three o'clock with the Rev. L. A. i Cabe Funeral Home had charge of night. 7-29-St-8-l.

risk their money in private that date $ OOOO of bonds Shepherd pastor of the Baptist! arrangements.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and
matured and been paid and children and Mrs. J. T. Dowlingwere
they get the net Church officiating. Interment
can same I
from plant earnings. followed in Crosby Lake Ceme- I and Mrs. Roacoe Chesser, of visiting friends in Brooker I.

bonds. city officials seek to pay wlt.. '_n.._. t'.pAA"-_. _AA.g .V,..iiI 05 bM'5._ a'._.1.0",uua_ Sunday nlicht. .
all bonded debt and then pro mry.Active and relatives here this week. Ed Blount, W. B. Lazenby, Joe
Extension of the income pallbearers were.: J. T. I- S I'l
upon a cash basis. 'W.' Mrs. Rosetta Klrshner of Tampa Moody, Dempsey Sapp and Otis
Quigley, E. Hayes, C. A.
doubtless will also meet with soon as the city Is debt free Brown left Monday for Lake City,
Knight, K. G. Duncan F. F. Stump spent the week-end here as the _
broadminded businessman suspend city taxes and Join and C. F. Ward.Honorary guest of her sisters, Mrs. A. J. where they have accepted a position -

other cites throughout the Plnholster and Mrs. L. in a tobacco warehouse.W. .
struggles for should be pallbearers were: J. R. Galney.
that are tax free and car- C. Bragg, tobacco demonstrator I II
of soft F. Ktckllter. F. -A. Scott. J. G sixth grade of the BrookerJr.
some finances from plant earn- from Aluchua was a busi-
High have
Boyd R. F. Clark E. M. Davis. organized a sewing

W. M. Edwards, and Jos. E. Wil club, "The Saturday Sewing Bees." ness visitor here Monday.Mrs. '
rate la not out of line with The sponsor is Mrs. S. M. Baird. J. L. Johns was a visitorin _

CRUSHED small towns. We have In- son.Mrs Starke afternoon.
Stern was originally a The object of this club is to learnto

There is a lesson to be where nearby users pay member of the Lutheran Churchbut sew and to have a good time. I I

of Samuel Insult who than If they were in Starke. became affiliated with the The club officers are: President PAYING HANSOM MONEY
once of In Starke
majority people
Presbyterian Church upon movingto Mary Allene Kelley; Vice-presi
who died in boosters for the and
poverty last plant 1 Starke dent Imogene Hough; Secretary,
| When a Is kidnaped it
person ,
has not been factor in
ing desire for power. Worse a Surviving are five children Mrs. Marie Edwards; Treasurer, Mandy Is only natural that relatives
Albert Hartmrfn Harry Stern W. Mott. and Reporter. Mary McGau-
poverty however, was the official suffers should be willing to pay any
city family ley. This club will meet Satur- WItYI
A. Stern, and Fred Stern all of
amount they are able to raise in
unhappiness, self-exiled change each election and Starke and Frank Stern of West day, July 30, at the home of Miss
order that the loved one might be
official heads have
friends of his Allene Kelley.A .
palmier days. Palm Beach. Arrangements were returned to them. Kidnapers know
plant record over years. Yet large crowd from here at-.
of DeWitt .
in charge C. Jones.HAMPTON
Insull came to the .1 course of profitable and satis- tended church services at Rock in: this and that is why they ply their

clerk to work for Thomas operation of the plant car- the Ziff section Saturday and Sun- nefarIous trade. I
on without change. If it were made unlawful to
whelming desire for power, he day.Mrs. I.! make ransom payments and the I
I Is not for Starke to tell Pa-
Bliss Ada Nimmo. CorrespondentThose << A. B. Crosby and Mrs. L.
wanted thousands I making of them construed as I
salary-he to establish a plant of Its A Mlntz Jacksonville, were via.itmg "

tained thousands he set his but we say that if you so who are interested In the their parents Mr. aid Mrs. "compounding: a felony, it might '
Starke will do all in its I remove the Incentive to kidnap-
Santa Fe Cemetery will please L. R. Galney here
lions to billions.As Friday. They ,
''i'DI-;. In a recent Canadian case
aid for
to you. As Starke meet there at 8:30
: a. m.. August were accompanied home by Glen I 1 !
plant Is not for sale. It Is a the authorities stepped In and for-
an electrical expert 12. There Is much work to be Ciosby, who had spent some time

projects until a network of success Is paying city out done, and plans are being madeto here with his grandparents. .1 bade the payment of ransom by I sill
the victim's relatives. When the
and will shortly have I I
fence the area. Misses Caroline and
Kay Spiers
states and part of Canada on a tax free list. The Rev. W. T. McGuire of of Jacksonville. are spending sometime I criminals found that no money was I '

000.000,000 utilities empire. Yours for success, Jacksonville has closed a very sue here with their mother, Mrs. forthcoming they turned the man
T. FRANK LANDRUM I loose not desiring to add the -
cessful j
investment trusts to insure aeries of meetings here. Pearl Harris.A 'clime iL
of murder when they knew
City Mayor.W. .
The church received seven addi- large crowd attended church lJ4
ing companies against stock there would be no profit In it. --
L. WALL. -- .
tions which
four of were candidates services at the home of Mr. and I

' 1929 he became alarmed over Chairman City Council.H. for baptism. Mr. McGuire Mrs. H. P. Cainey Saturday' night. harsh At first glance It to may appear the a It' big and husky-built (for
in these companies were L. BROWNLEE. was formerly pastor of this church. Mrs. Josephine Stewart, of Lake payment of ransom to obtain the tough j&olnj&-and II'II! at "
Chairman Bond Trustees.
During his pastorship the church Butler, spent last! week here with PRICE. HJ all
tal. He became convinced release of the person held. ButIt really LOW
t was revived, and be was very cooperative her slater Mrs. J. J. Morgan. feature
gain control of his huge Hoard to Meet with all churches and Tom Dukes of Five Mile spent seems to be about the only way, Goodyear quality ftuarantee.OOODYKAB .
In which this meanest of crimes with full lifetime
buying stocks in his own wishing to complain of religious gatherings in the com the week-end here with relatives. can be stamped out.

values placed upon their real munity. It has been a great pleasure 1 Misses Annie Jane Waters and
ed that the Insull empire Each payment of ransom en-
or personal property by the to the entire community to i Osaie Lee Nettles spent the week. I further OOODYKA*
courages kldnapinga be-
Then came the stock Tax Assessor will be heard have him with us this week. end here as guests of the former's 0-3 /Ut-WMtber "R'!"
cause desperate criminals will always -
companies-mercilessly I meeting to be held by the The Rev. Mr. Boyer of Ocala grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil take chance Tip-top,1uti'1.Tb.
a at beating the ;
of Commissioners in preached at the Baptist Church liam Malphtira. new Ifttedition se ordlac'
1930 and 1931-became law when there is a probability of ,.. price>
court house Monday morning last Sunday morning and evening.At J.V.. Hart of Bell spent last

he had bought at high prices o'clock. The board will also the morning service a beauti- week here with Mrs. T. W. Mar- obtaining rewards for large their sums crimes.of money-Tltus-as mll.-a'more safety and tow I, $6 40

ing. One by one his work next week on adoption ful hymn entitled "Jesus Is A key.Mr. vIle Star-Advocate. regular price. tt

permanent budget for the f is- Friend Of Mine" was sung by and Mrs. T. H. Milliard and .

not only Insull but thousands beginning In October. Ralph and Margaret Newton with children, of Palatka and Mr. and

country. Miss Thelma Grace Newton at the Mrs. A. J. Stevens, Seabron Rogers Since 1933 Australia has imported

piano. At the evening service the and daughter Joyce, and T. American aircraft worth $1- GOODYEARSEAT
And he died in BEACH
so a 750,000.iv .
church received one candidate for W. Jones of Trenton. spent Sat- COVERS

eighty-four cents and a Mills Effle Crawford, Cor. baptism.W. I urday night here as the guests of <'

vears. filled as they were M. Btrt and Bert Hinaon Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rnlnov. I f"me'.i.:IT.....rotiiT._ nIlAnFOIU' Protect upholstery :.
J. S. Rosier of this sec 1 I t-I M ..y. I'i.OhiIflAi ", clothes against wra anti u-
happie had he chosen to who are engaged In the transpor- Elder O. W. Sheffield.of Ft. ('ll\N< lilt: CASH NO. 44i5 EasY UI
was visiting the bedside of tation of farm produce to Pierce spent Saturday night here fit
J. C. Insull.
north-I I WELLrmocK.riuituirf. I 'I I_ _
ject" rather than that of a Mrs. Stkes of Ocala ern markets, spent the with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rauler- (, I ,I all carS.Color: .

at their homes here. son -V.R ";' ti>
Miss Mary Gaskens of South Mrs. Sullivan and H. P. JONBS and ALTCE A. witlcar !
Josephine --- JONES, hi* wlf.., blend
TO REQUIRE SOME TALL EXPLAINING Florida, Is visiting her sister-in- B. Wiggins, who have been on the Defendant. illteriors. -

Rather a shock to a public that has become accustomed law here Mrs. Jean Cask ins. sick list the past week have a Cemetery WorkingThere OIUIKIt OF PIIU.ICATIOV AND ( .

MUses Mildred and Elsie Ches- host of friends here who are delighted will be a cemetery work- NOTK TO APPKtll

to hearing the "duPont interej-ts" almost unanimously berated ser attended church at Evergreen to know that their condi- Ing Friday morning Aug. S, at tt to appearing the Dill of by Complaint affidavit attached In thin.- $195ur

by politicians seeking office in Florida, was the election Sunday and were dinner guests of tion Is improving. Dyal Cemetery. This is the reg- call.. that the defendants R. P. -,-.--

Misses Juanita and Irene Milliard, ular semi-annual working and everyone Jones and Alice A. Jonas hI. wife
last week of a duPont attorney as Speaker of the 1939 House are each non-renldrntii of Florida
of the Woodlawn section. with Interest here I Is urgedto and reiild at 3147 Fol.om St., San
of Representatives. As far as we know, the man selected Mrs. C. A. Hilliard and children I Births come.-F. M. Norman. ; Franrlnco' California, and are each

but we'd like to be around friends this Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Norman nver 21 year. of are and that there Motor Co.
will make a very capable speaker were visiting in section I I )I. no pernon In this State service Register

when some legislators start explaining to the folks back Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Starke girl, July 26. The first completely of Hubpoena upon whom would bind
either of
R. N. Crawford and son, tioned train In South said defendants IT IS

home why they voted for a "duPont man" when the very Robert were visitors to Jacksonville In New York teachers must con. I being put into operation alr-COndl-j ORDERED Alyce A. Jones that each you appear R. p. Jones on Mon and Starke, Fla.
word is supposed to be anathema to the "deer peepul." last Thursday. form to a standard weight. Buenos Aires and day entitled September 6. 1.38 In the above'
cause to the Bill of Com-1


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-- Kin altl and Mrs. :MKTHOIMST CIHKCH i
Mr and MI-M. James Lamb are KilemU} / of Warren Perkins will Mrs. \V, A. Alvarez !Mrs. Raymond Mrs le.inetto 'rN'r." will bi the Hiihjfrl of I'

I spending a week s vacation In be glad to learn that he Is Improv- ; Miitzut. Mian Ann Forcacro, I Ethel Hlggs turned here;Thursday to their, after rpspectlvo the evening service' at the Methodist s 'I I
Jacksonville. ing after being confined to his nil of Jacksonville, and Mrs. P. A. Church Sunday night at 8 I' ,
of ill Moore, of Klngaley Lake, were the spending the first of the :
home for six weeks because o'clock. Other services will be held J t'
Bits of with relatives. They
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlning and ness. guests Saturday night of Mrs F. Tampa home by Mrs. Sunday at the regular times. The ,i:: "
I Miss\ Mary Ann Watson spent last B. Johns. were accompanied evening services ;4 I, 'I
Klncatd's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Young People's I t
Wednesday In DeLand. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. ; t
will be held" in the Epworth League
T. T. Long will leave Wednesdayfor Mrs. Hugo Norclburg and son, C. Durtlenho will spend two beginning at 7 o'clock. A j I.. :
and .
Nev of Mr rooms .
Local Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs.L. a week's visit, with their mother Delberth, of Orlando, were week- weeks here as guests combined worship service for all I, '' \

C. Ray, and Miss Lucille Mitchell Mrs. W. T. Jackson, in Bacon- end guests of Mr. and Mrl. J. T. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. young people between the ages of nn\: ;: i' ,

CON(,EKNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND spent' Tuesday In Jacksonville. ton, Ga. Qulgley remembered Mrs.as Nordburg Miss Olga will Ward be, Mrs Mae Jones has returned to 12 and 24 will be held otter which .1 1 f'l

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. B. M. Fussell Mrs. P. M. formerly of Brooker. her home In Jacksonville after aweek's the group will divide Into groups :';j"': i
Mrs. Robert Tarratus, of Jack- visit here with her broth- for special services. J
sonville, Is spending a few dayshet'e Barefoot Miss Juanita Barefoot, I : er-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs.W. The mid-week Prayer meeting ;. JUt:: :,:
Mrs L. J. Green and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings at "1 ltl
as the guest of her sister, Middleton. She was accompanied will be hel ----I Wednesday in and 1 daughter Montie, of Gainesville E. be 1ll'f t t ?
Judy spent will
Mike The subject
i. Mrs 8 o'clock. ,
i to Jacksonville by .!
Jacksonville.Mrs. were week-end guests of Mr. / '' '':
Butler, Miss Ruth Simpson Is In Cltra Matthews, "The Relation to a Newspaper ,
Lake E. S.
of Little Middleton +
T. M. Hutchings. 4
names I l.and Mrs. 4'f'"
&I y W. S. of Illinois the evening will be ;
Tuesday. visiting friends. Mrs. Robinson and Mlns Madge Middleton, who Speaker for :i \ ;
a vlslto here is the guest of her brother and D. F. Flowers, who has Montte Mulchings remained for a E. L. Matthews, editor of the Tel- 1;' : >..
there. .
visit with her grandparents.Friends spent the day .,,,.
spent the past two weeks here longer Invitation to '
sister-in-law Mr. end Mrs. T. M. A cordial
Swan Green of Lake Butler John M. Brownlee was a busi- Hutchings. with her daughter, Mrs. Paul E. I I egraph.attend these Interesting mid-week 'r'J.!,, I ?;
Sunday. visitor Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews
ness here Perkins
here Monday.V.
'lsItOI' Canova, returned Monday to her of Mrs. Bynum services Is extended by the pan- i.. ,
will be glad to learn that she has I had as guests last week-end Mr. I
home in Ocala. I I'
.1 lIck on will leave Sun- B. Harrell was a recent busIness Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of returned to her home in Lawtey, and Mm.. J. L. Dowling and son, tor, the_Rev..___Frank__._Robinson..-- -. 'i i: "
of Palatka, were guests Sunday :
arras J lVl-ek' vacation In Mi- visitor confined to St. Vincent's Cobble, and Mrs\ Merrill Vinson
in Palatka. after being
Mrs. Vurnedoe's parents, Mr. andMI'B. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bcasley and In Jacksonville for and son, Eugene, of DaytonaBeach n.\l'TIS'r I'lH'KCIl
W. P. Smith. two children, Sue and Jean, of Hospital of illness. I S. R. Roberts of Lake A large attendance Is expected .
:Miss Jo Perryman, of Atlanta, Lake Alfred, will arrive this week- several weeks because Roberta and Church lit the'i t '
of Orlan- Butler, Mrs. L. R. ut the Baptist .
'it) \i kl..mllld., l Jr., Ga., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova of Orlando, end for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I, family of Providence R. I., and eleven o'clock service Sunday 'I '
,,. i'i| week-end here with L. A. Davis. Mr.' and Mrs. N. Stevens and .
spe: : spent the week-end here with his O. L. Beasley., : Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and morning when the Pastor will .
wife and children and his mother daughter, Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Jack "Our Church .
averu son, Merrill, of Gainesville speak on the subject
--- I Mrs. S. Buddlngton, of Middle- I Mrs Emma Canova.Mr. Mrs. II. L. Speer has returned Williams, all of Gainesville, and< : ---------._ Tomorrow." Music by the choir t' '
,' Ma, :i, Brownlee spent the' burg, attended the funeral services to her home in Pahokee after enjoying Mr. and Mrs Floyd Seurecy, of \ will contribute to the worship service 1.N! ?,'!
.1>, ,: "! Melbourne visiting here Monday of Hans Austin. and Mrs. E. Carles were a visit here with her broth- Thomnsvllle' Ga.. were guests. Friday I : and all persons not attending It'
"d.ilf. luncheon guests Sunday of Mrs. II er-in-law and sister Congressmanand of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs, at1ingsley The registration books for Bradford elsewhere are cordially Invited j ,t '(I b

Friends of F. Fender will regret Mike Dew. Mr. Carles Is the Span Mrs. R. A. Green. Lake. I County will be opened next on the at to enjoy the friendly fellowship, i I r' '
of Hardeei I ish consul In Jacksonville ----- first Monthly In August service at eight I f
I' Boyd to learn that he is ill In Dr. At the evening
at the homers will Satur- Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie I the office of the Supervisor of will I Hpt-ok on ) .i
. I "i guest Ziegler's hospital in Palatka.Dr. Miss Pat Lamb leave House o'clock the Minister '
N. T. Court \
Dew, and In the '
and Mrs. II. L. Darby Miss Grace Registration Preceding i q
I' II. Mrs. Maude Ella\ day for St. John New Brunswick "The Autocracy of Habit.
( of Citra, Ritch spent Tuesday in Jackson- I at Starke for the registration of Baptist p ;:',
Clemons and children Canada, for a month's visit with this meeting, the
M. B Herlong has completed '
ville as guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. electors for tho General Electionin at t' .k' ';
I. JohnsOn, of Tallahas- were guests Friday of Mrs Pearl her brother-In-law and sister, Mr. Training Union will assemble
: t
' E an attractive one story log ,
Mendoza, and Miss Gloria Johns. November. i, J
aus hci..' Monday visiting Mrs house on Little Santa Fe Lake this Simpson.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McDonald\ Miss Dew remained for a longer Books will be open on Tuesday, the regular hour., seven p. m. "t

5.; Dealing week. and Saturday of eachuroulr I ?r I..,
with Mills Thursday
visit .
and Mrs L. D. Vining and Mr.: and Mrs. Jimmy Murphry I frnm. n tn 12 CIIUISTIXN Clli'ill"11 ..:t .'.

W sowell.! of Brooker, was :Mrs E. M. Rooks and daughter, their niece Miss Mary Ann Wat-in and son, James Edward, of Palat- of Mr. and Mrs. Mau- o'clock.um M, v and o CIUCK from JJi.2 o'clock-- -P.- Tho Rev. Mr. McClondon, of ";,' #1 ,
Friends ,
Starke son, spent Tuesday afternoon ka were guests Sunday\ of Mr. will at the Chris- i
in preach
. ting! business Mills Rebecca, of Gainesville, were rice Edwards and family will be M. to 5 o'clock P. It!., until the Lakeland II ,
Gainesville.Mr. at '
morning )
IjnesdayI; guests of Mrs. Noble White Wed- ter. glad to learn that they have recently first Monday In September, after tian Church Sunday Invitation la extended -' \,; .)1. 1 h hto

nesday night. and Mrs F. L. Kelley, ofDeLand moved here from Alachua which time they will be open In o'clock. An to hear him. ,l t EI :
has returned the general public J
I H Lord At tho several districts until the second I I ]
rs four months visited Mrs. Kelley's par- Owen W. Griffin and Mrs. O. and will make their home here. + 1
ItTrelniiv"t after spending in Michigan.: Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Andrewsand ents, Mr. and Mrs W. L. Andrews J. Griffin, of St. Augustine, spent present Mr. Edwards Is in Madison Saturday WAINWUIGHT.In October Arllngtonl'ul'k's 1938 race meet- t'' ', ,
N. D. '
-- family of Jacksonville, were last Thursday. Sunday here as guests of Mrs. with the state road depart of Registration.; Ing Is running from June 27 ,-; : .,'

ilrs Humilion, Ritch, of Galnesru guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin's daughter Mrs. Ethel ment. _____ ___ I 7-20-21 Supervisor. through July 30. i ilV'', '.;
time at here Rudolph Mra. G. W. Alderman and daughters Biggs. Mrs. Griffin remained fora : ,
|,,\\I i|> some Canova find Mrs.S. Friends of Miss Geraldine Sll- V
Lake.r Mrs. L. A. longer visit.Mrs.
ii m. on Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett P. Vandivlere, spent Friday in cox (daughter of Mr. find Mrs. ; rJi'

r '' MI i, L D Vining and and A. E. Wall Jr., of Jackson- Jacksonville.Mrs. G. H. Bennett and Mrs. T. Walter Sllcox.: will confined regret to to learn the BALLOON ALE : :
last Thursdayand that she U .
Watson were vis- ville, were week-end guests of Mr. M. McCord spent
JsM I nin last and Mrs. W. L. Wall. L. S. Hutto urges/ all members Friday in Jacksonville,, as the Alachua County Hospital In
mvillf Tuesday.
g of the Woodman Circle and guests of Mrs. Bennett's son-in- Gainesville because of illnens 111.1and tar1;

all Juniors to pay their dues by law and daughter. Mr. and and Mrs. Silcox: spent Tuesday GROCERY .
Vn 'tm'M, Barefoot spent Miss! Grace Hazon, of Gaines- TIP TOP
with their daughter.
me i, Uawtey as the guest ville, Is the guest of her brother- Saturday. Mrs. Randolph Dot"ee.Dr. I ,

[HIES 'na Mae and Chris- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. of Columbia i
Betty and Mona Clare Marsh- and Mrs C. C. Mendoza and I Miss Martha Frlpp
Cutsnhr Rudolph Andrews. burn, of Tallahassee, spent the I small son Clifford, and( Miss Gloria S. C., .n
past week here with their grand- Johns, of Jacksonville, were Key West, were guests Wednesday -! ANDSATURDAY : '
U'I':' Vin.' Joe E. Wilson Carlyle Ritch of Mr. and Mrs. L. Q :
Alderman. Mendoza'sparents night
Mrs. G. W. of Mrs.
mother, guests Sunday FRIDAY
his broth-
lit 'h'' 'ek- md at Ponte Ve-I spent Sunday here with : : Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Powell. Thursday, Mrs. Powell
I Mrs. H. M. WilL er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs
Ml Mr.
Stanton Island and Miss Frlpp accompanied t
Walter Williams,, of .
S. R. Johns, Jr. N. Y., arrived last week for Frlpp to Key West, where they ]'EIJ.OW ICEIiU1tl4 } ?

extended visit with his uncle Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and will spend the week-end. I 1OcI 'H
T F ank Landrum return- Senator S. D. Clark, of Monti- an 3 lbs. LETTUCE 10c : i
Sundio from Jacksonville, cello, spent the week-end here as and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. son and, Mrs.Clifford Adkins, Miss, all Gloria ot Jacksonville Johns- Mr. and Mrs A. J. Hinson, Onions, .1 J ,

ire she bad spent the past the guest of Senator and Mrs. C. Williams were here Sunday visiting Mrs. A. C. Stewart and daughter .Llsl.N RIPE s. G. "
tend. E. Johns. Mr.: and Mrs A. J. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Evelyn, all of Ft. Lauderdale, :
: ; "
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mrs Carrie Ritcb., were guests Tuesday and Wednesday BANANAS POTATOESr\ :
of Erma Black and two children -
jUr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward Mrs. Sunday at of Mrs. Hinson's brotherinlaw -
win, Ga., spent Saturday night I of Atlanta, Ga., are spending Hayes and family spent and sister Mr. and :Mrs. F. F 2' ,
Echockotee near Orange Major and Mrs. G. C. Irwin .,1' :1
A.' the week-end here with Mr. Camp ISc 10 Lbs. 20c :y'
pi"with Mr. and Mrs. F. Park. house guests of Mrs. Irwin's mother Flume, enroute to their home after S Lbs. ; !
wtibt and Mrs. Olin White and family. returned enjoying a vacation in Mexico-
Mrs. -C. I. Manassa

R. M. Markham Mrs. A Mrs S. R. Johns. Mrs. P. E. Beatrice Miss Irene Woods Denmark both, of and Jacksonville Miss- Tuesday were guests from several Orlando.days where of they:Mr. Mr and Mrs E S. Matthews AVOCADO PEARS{ each 5c th1)

hey and Mrs. G. L. Crews of Canova, and Miss Martha Powell are spending this week as and Mrs. G. J. Walsh. will leave Saturday. for Orlando, 1 '
State Farm, visitors hereay will leave Sunday for a vacation I son-in- ;
were guests of :Mr. and Mrs J. R. where they will visit...their BUTTER 2 Lb jar 23c
afternoon. In Black Mountain, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Esco Wainwright law and daughter, 1)1'. and Mrs PEANUT

Kelly. and family of Philadelphia, Pa., H. B. McLendon. Mr. Matthewswill RICE '
Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Canova, ot were guests Monday of Mr. and attend hearings of the Rail- FANCY B. ROSE 5 Lbs. 17c i' .Jfji:
Gainesville, are announcing the arrival Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Mr.: road Commission in Orlando
born Wednesday, and Mrs. Wainwright were enrouteto Miami while he is away. J
NAT SEZ: of a son Guaranteed
July 27, in the Alachua Count; Tampa for a visit with rela- 1 .

$A F ,l It's. rainy afternoon and very Hospital. tives. and Arch George Thomas Flynn, Jr., ,Jr.Enos, have Hayes returned 12 Lbs. 33c't'' ( j: ;t '

.t. t depressing to say the leant and an Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch returned Mrs. J. L. Frazee is spendingan home from the Boy Scout FLOUR i

:r I sit here trying to think of a to their home here Friday, extended vacation with her sonInlaw camp at Camp Echochotee, near

; subject for my weekly discourse after tlon in enjoying Winchester a two, Ky.week's, and vaca Indianapolis Mrs. Taylor and daughter Belcher ,at Col.Garrlson-and Orange in camp Park.one Arch week and while Enos George were 20 Lbs. 55c i ItJ'},, i ', :

I find that I hatcn't got a thing I Ind. on-the-Hudson, N. Y. Enroute to spent two weeks there. They came .

on it's my so thin mind that except it my really hair Isn't and Mrs. H. C. Brown and daughter, New brief York visit Mrs.with Frazee her stopped son, J.fora L. home Mrs A with J.Mrs.Thomas Gco.,B.who Flynn visited and I rrleal,10[ Ibs. 20c |Grits 10 Ibs. 22c :;: .j, j! :

El Wednesday ,
for Va. the camp
worth while mentioning. I'll try \1 Marian, left Sunday night Frazee, Jr., in Richmond I

to do better next week. \ larbe They present,will N.Is C.Join in, and Ellarbe.Mr.points Brown In Virginia, who at ,I I II : P&G SOAP, 3 Giant bars lOc ,: ;a 1OCTAGONSOAP,6Giantbars 1\\j; : ..

.. ::;::::::::..:........-. ...;. :' ,,';' am GOVERNMENT REPORT 25c ; :
Mr. and Mrs. F. A Canova .1,1 .

daughters, Mary Ann, and Carolyn ,

T> Sunday, of Gainesville of Mr. Canova's, were mother guests, OF NEARBY 'i"i Salad DRESSING, 16-oz. 15c ; 32-oz. 25c 1;(, i; I I

: i,! Mrs Mrs.E.C.E.G.Canova.Arendell and Haynes GEORGIA AND FLORIDA ::1 I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c ': i \ ;' 1 I''

Grant Jr, have returned to their I t '! ''

home ing and a Mrs.in visit Jacksonville O.here L. Haynes.as guests, after of enjoy Dr : TOBACCO MARKETS I Ij FRESH CO.NORTHERN ROLL BUTTER BEANS: Lb.Lb.27 : { J: t{

/ Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Anderu, Mr FOR 1937 5c 1"1' tiP
I and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and daughter j MICHIGAN PEA BEANS, Lb.

Joan, Mrs. J. W. Hagan, and '

77zeJfl >. I'' Miss at Hannah Salt Springs.Swendell spent Sunday Show Following Pounds Sold With Aver- I TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 cans 17c ; : i i iI

I '! Friends here of Mis. R. RIlutchings i I age Per Hundred Pounds ; I SALMON, tall can, each _- lOc k i. :,' "

PREFERREDFOR Gainesville! will regret -I .1

-- (I I to the to learn Alai.hua that< aunty she ui confined Hospital i S :Market Sales Value Average Price ALL BREAD, 3 large loaves 25c f', J f j":'I':

STYLE-F1T-BEAUTY) i I i because of illness ADEL GA. ___ ___ 3,478,138 $ 703.340.S9:; 20.28 h j 1/( :.

SOLDETTE has mad these panties with your spring and I, HAIIIRA, GA._____ 3,510,414:) 697920.74!> 19.88 I IIOULTmE GRAPE FRUIT Juice, No. 2 size, 2 for 15c '. (;j. j

:, GA__ 7,699,492!> 1,379,823.19> 17.92 I '
kummer needs In mind An extreme brief, II loose leg 20.67 DOLES PINEAPPLE, 46 oz. Juice 25c : i'
GA.__ 7.517.03G> 1559852.22 4
sized! l lto NASHVILLE,
untie t wallop bottom pantie...all scientifically fabric. UJfUlT'flDS TIFTON, GA. ._____ 9,932,326 1,885,660.97 18.99 I THREE BOXES THREE BOXES t-.tk; #
fit made of durable, rich rayon 19.39 ; ,
perfectly and a I VALDOSTA GA.___ 10,788,410 2,092,146.61 KITCHEN TAMl'A MAID '

LIVE OAK, FLA__ 4.869,000) 1,02:,371.73 21.06 I r i'

BRIEFS SURE- I i Matches, lOc l Macaroni, lOc l

These figures are official, being taken from U. S. Department

59c 69c FOR SALE- -300,000 strawberry I nomics. This of Agriculture report is in Bureau the hands of Agricultural of Supervisor Eco.of I II I I I PURE PRESERVES, 1 lIb. jar 20c ',1 :

make price right. Tobacco Market. The report is avail.I \;' f
Will Oak
plants. Sales of Live 25cLIBBY'S
M. Rhoden Box 72, Route 7-22 No'1' I able and may be seen by consulting the Sales Supervisor : MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE '. I .

LOOSE LEG I 2.FOR Starke.SALE: Missionary strawberry I 1 of the Market.: I I MILK 4 tall 25c JiL: : ;
instead of three and two I ,
plants. Are new plants on This year with six warehouses ; :

49c new ground. See W. A. Stern at II full sets of buyers instead of one Live Oak Market will 'I ,

Stern's Garage, Starke 7-29-2t be able to sell your tobacco promptly and get you the I' A BALLOON FREE with each $1.00 or- r "I .

FOR SALE-Porto Rico thousand.F.F. sweet potato -.] most money for your tobacco. der or more if order includes --. : ::

It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S JAPANESE. Stump.vines, sand$1 per pears 40c p r, Live Why Oak not and save get your the hauling best price bill for to your Georgia tobacco and sell in I I, 1 TOASTIES for f lOc l if f( !I'

bushel. L. A. Gray. Starke\ .. -- i131ST
Fla."P s

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'\I! ;' \ ,I I Farmers Produce I LETTER KITING -are tit
May tempted
to n/,?

/ .' FARMERS SECTION I Enough Food Without LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA :; The average American businessman effort"Thanking In the ",", ','I"i 'ra'
,I I' spends a good part of his time Same Y"II, ,
Conflict I n Program Jl reading letters, therefore it shouldbe -Kind favised \',",, I"" '"
FACTS SHORT PARAGRAPHSTAX important to make correspond Wi"h I i I" I

GAINESVILLE, Floiida far- ed favor-Han.i. I I'P1"tr
-- ence as short and Hlmnln. aa nnnnl- ,
-- -- ----
mers may produce most if not all ble without embellshments permit me to 'Us ]

RURAL of the food and feed crops they I ON CIGARETTES FLORID\ COTTON CROP and without a any lot of superfluousand Will-As per vo',,,, ''' .,.,

Hints To HousewivesWeekly need for their homes and farms ST PETERSBURG.--Merchants ORLANDO-The federal bureauof hackneyed expressions. these are purl ,"t", ", '0' .

COMMON SENSE I without conflicting with the agri- here are rallying for a last protest agricultural economics estimated ology most of us ,,,, I pars[ ,
from Home Demonstration cultural conservation program I against a one cent excise tax Florida's cotton crop on July 1 However we find just the opposite Ing but which woui. I 'f i U

Specialist, Tallahassee on cigarettes, expected to raise amounted to 90,000 acres the truth. Most of the let- ter left out "'>,ct, ,
I" By SPUDS JOHNSON I To offset the somewhat general compared of oui,' I i 1 it I, $'
ters received <
belief\ among farmers that they :I $50,000 revenue for the city dur- with 120,000 acres a year ago. are entirely too long expressions and w,"n..1.

could not produce all the food and ing the next fiscal year and avoid I The federal bureau estimated to obtain the best results. The eliminate all friends ,.:"ndJ "

IDEV OF IIEuolNGII BOYS JULY JELLIES AND JAM feed they needed and at the some necessity for a city millage rate I there were about 15,000: acres of' recipients are bored with a labored There Is no speciat, ,, n"! "

V TO OBTAIN GOOO STOCKIS time plant within their total soil- higher than 26 mills.POWERFUL sea. island cotton In cultivation in attempt to stretch a simple style for business infUaS( i,
Sl'KEAUINO By Isabelle S, Thursby depleting acreage allotments, H. Florida July 1 and included this thought into a complicated and A simple, direct it,",,, 'P'Ddtoc'' (

Extension Economist in Food G Clayton, administrative officer TACKLE figure in the 90,000 acre total lengthy communication. They get has been the best 11 i 'le 8J'
ty The Idea of helping 4-H club I ConservationIt's for the program In Florida, bringsout WEST PALM DEACH-What tired before the writer can arriveat vised to get across in-''h, ?'' '{e'dl' ,

p' boys with their livestock projects the following points: is believed to be a world's record NO IIQ[EAR CHURCHTALLAHASSEE the meat in the cocoanut and ford Herald. :11'' 1ft.i Sat,

is gaining headway In the state. high time for jam and jelly for tarpon caught on light tackle The .
In addition to the soil-depleting] Supreme -----
After the Florida Fat Stock Show lovers to dust off the big, preserving I -- -------------------
feed that be on was established here when James Court has authorized cancellationof
crops may grown IsoUdepeting |
M ,+ last March, number of cattle- kettle and get out the heavy
a acreage allotments, Dodge boated a 157-pounder: on licenses for three liquor stores
men expressed the opinion that it aluminum saucepan\ in which rich, other feeds may be produced on an outfit that weighed only 20 located within 300 feet of the First
would be a good thing to workout thick jams and "spreads" cook to I ounces. HAVE YOU ENTERED
f available acreage for nondepleting Presbyterian Church of Miami. A ?
fruity perfection. Time to
G some way in which the club gather Miami
farmers city ordinance
crops. Many produce prohibits retail -
members could obtain better animals luscious grapes, and sugar sweet
GltoTOn.CCO sale
non-depleting feed crops, partic- of liquor with 300 feet
I t" for feeding and raising for figs or to go to market for. for and ST. AUGUSTINE,The Rotary of a church school. ENTER NOW Each \' ,
ularly cowpeas hay pea- or The Supreme mti)!
k ; the 1939 show peaches, pears, pineapples, and nuts for hogging off, more profitably Club in an effort to show that tobacco Court said the licenses in I Hi I I September 1, ROYAL (< Ri "iV I
eI '
+ It wasn't that the didn't doa mangoes. Time to convert these is 'I
I boys giving
i than soil-depleting crops can be grown profitably in [ question here "were (sued in derogation absolutely free *! < "
fine job with their animals, be- beautiful, bountiful July fruits I
Cowpeas not only produce hay St. Johns County Is operating a or violation" of the, ordi- first prize of $1,000; 10 se' I ,
,, cause they did, but it was a case Into sparkling glasses of jelly or four-acre farm of $50 each
experimental near and
but they also produce green peas nance and were unauthorized. Only ; 50 thml
" of them not in into delicious conserves and relishes I "
having: some cases
for family use before hay-cutting here. the sale of liquor was Involved in $10 each. Send in as mam,
,fir at least, very good stock to work that will change the simplest + I
I lunch or into a time without materially reducingthe -- the case you wish for each week's. i <

with.We believe feast supper company feed value of the hay FIRST TOBACCO HALE enter the contest simply c. ..:"
it wits the Suwannee
County Fair Association that I Rabbit-eyed blueberries In North When hogged off, peanuts pro- LAKE BUTLEU.-S. R. Roberts Pineapples were first cultivatedIn 1 sentence with 25 words n, ,
vide means for supplementing received an average of 22'a cents Holland. .
started the ball rolling in this Florida are In their prime for de- like ROYAL CROWN a pound for 2,800 of choice
for pounds
grain producing the home meat "
diiectlon The I licious pies and roly for cause Mail
association worked polies or your stai
L < none
supply, thus releasing grain for brlghtleaf tobacco In the first !STOMACH RELIEF i ''I
out a plan by which it would making juice and jelly Likewisethe Union sale of the COLAS' metal crown from it "
use where it is practically County season. Everyday <1"I
tpl1 buy two bred gilts and turn them wild gooseberry is yielding neces- people-seeking re CROWN Cola bottle
I sary for food, for part of the feed lief from acid-indigestion to or u i;a, """
over to two club boys. After the bountifully.When come to ROYAL
for woikstock, and for CCC: Rexall CROWN Cola. ( ,.III"hq, ,
poultry Drug Store
I gilts farrowed, each boy was to I .too.busy. to make Jelly but T.Anti.... ".".,.Iii.. h"__ ._..nun'_nA _"'0 n.I",, ,_ ._ INCREASEDITInrMn'H. ., .r"N"atDln__ D_..'fountains and I 9nli, ; i Geor_ia. For more__ rfofmi.; .., ,
--- --' --- n. '
YU"' a ou oi. -w "
.tju uiauiti-nex: ''
return half of the pigs when they I nave lots or fine fiuit or berries 1 Ir 1'
i pleting only once, no matter how Civilian Conservation Corps quota Why? 4I j softdrink dealer for a coniev' :"irl
on hand, the
I became 12 weeks old. The pigs can juice by boiling 1
I many general soil-depleting crops was brought up to 4,500 duringthe The reason Is clear. Entries are not acknowledged(
would be turned over to other club It briskly for a few minutes and People have T/,
then are harvested from it. For exam- past week through the accept- found that Bisma-Rex relieves dis- I + o' insure absolutely impartial
boys who would do as the first immediately pouring it into i IlIdjI',
ple: Land on which of oats ance of 840 enrollees supplied by tress of ROYAL
hot, sterile crop acid-Indigestion in record has
two did. Thus there would be an jars and sealing. Label I employu( ,n,
a ever-increasing number and spread and store in a dark, cool, dry clos- has been harvested may be followed the various welfare districts, according I time. It's swift four-way action outside company to select Ih. ,III.
by a crop of corn, sweet potatoes to announcement here of affords the most effective ners (Reuben
' of fine pigs.; et until you have time to add su- thor- II Donnelley '
s r' I or sorghum and be classified Clayton C Codrington, state welfare ough, and i
't and finish benefiting treatment All winners
1 An Alachun County cattleman gar the jelly making are notified L.n". ".,> rut
' Albertus Miller, got the idea a If you wish to surprise the fam- only once as soil depleting. possible. C LA the eleven top winners in can
_l pf; couple of weeks So he sold ily with a bowl of amber "By wise use of his total soil- If you are subject to everyday contest
ago. figs depleting allotment NEW LIVESTOCK! MARKET I ,, ,,?,y?? ,, are announced on the K> "I i
at y nine swimming in delicious ucreage and digestive disturbances due to
Angus calves to a group of golden syr- excess CROWN REVUE broadcas
, ',. other available land on his farm, PALATKA.-The East Palatka acid-use (:
Madison County 4-H club boys at up, remember that the figs shouldbe Bisma-Rex, and experience
Friday night
State Farmers' I II over the NUt'(
r each farmer should. be able to pro- Market had a relief and
prices that were considerably below fully tree ripened. Figs do not comfort I you
.6r duce an adequate supply of food I "most successful" opening of its I bad almost
ik what he could have gotten on manufacture sugar after b" ;'ng forgotten I '
and feed for home ," Mr. livestock selling shed recently. I 'r
use Clay- Only local
the market. picked, hence their flavor and your Rexall Drug ROYAL CROWN
I tl ton says.Florida. Cattle was brought; in from three Store, COLA
And a Port Orange hatchery has sweetness should be at Its highest Carpenter's in Starke sells :

e Y"'I'I, : taken to the Idea Recently It es 'I point and they should not be more or something four surrounding over 400 counties head were and I the genuine Bisma-Rex. I I _._._,__ _,._ __ ,._. ,.___.,,_:,_,,._ ,__: nj IIII
tablished than two Farm : =
a revolving fund of $150: or three hours off the Income sold

to help Volusia County club boys trees when canned or preserved. ..
For .
t In their poultry projects. Short stemmed figs may be canned January Through -

e Its a good ideu-helping these whole, but the long stemmed, little May Shows Reduction TAMPA BOYCOTT, GAMBLERS n III :2.oao .oao.- : I
'f -Tampa business men DaO .oa.. .
t 1 farm youngsters-and farmers sugar fig may have half of the have turned to a boycott as a newvvcafuiA =:. OIIO I

who can and will do it will not stem removed. GAINESVILLE:. Inrldn'afarm I ..''''n n nl a. ft_""__ "'__
at, k regret it Most of the boys don't For spiced, Florida figs, place income-from- -the-sale- -of- -prin-- thousand op..v merchants p-aiiiuiaugJll and their em-<3| D -o I

fart f have the money to go out and ripe firm fruit la a strainer and cipal products and government ployes signed pledged cards O D V

f..' buy fine stock, but at good many set In boiling water for five mln- payments for the first five monthsof to "rid the city of commer-promising WHEN IN ii.I
; of them NEED OF ii.
are able to fair prices uates.
I pay Drain and place in a syrup 1938 totalled $63.510,000, according cialized gambling by shutting off .
, ,
} for their
s animals and poultry And previously prepared as follows: to a report by the Bureauof the racket's revenue through boycott -
then there's some who would have I'/i cups of vinegar 1 teaspoon Agricultural Economics in ."

{ to pay for their stock on installments each of whole cloves and stick Washington to the State Agricul- .

or after they had raised cinnamon, 3 cups of sugar 1% tural Extension Service. DUNCE'S

them, but the farmer who sells to cups of water and 1 lemon sliced Farm income for the same period DELAYED
,y' the club boy in this manner runs January TALLAHASSEE. Governor's -

through May in
little risk of losing; club boys pay thin.Cook slowly In this liquid one 1037 was $83,452,000, or $20,000.- office was notified Saturday
eF' their bills that a writ of error for Paul I Printing
hour or until syrup thickens and 000 higher than that for the 1038
.- y' The club boys can do a goodIis'I figs are clear. More syrup may be period.Of Fried Bunge had been filed in Cir- I
cuit Court at Tampa automatically -
job of raising stock This has been needed
as the figs should at all the 1933 total for the period
proven many times In the past times be covered well. Cover ket- $817,000 consisted of government canceling the death warrant for
(some of the his electrocution. Bunge was sen-
fine herdsof
purebred tle and allow figs to stand over payments to farmers cooperating 0U
tenced to death for the of
hogs in the state slaying
were estab "
night to "plump. Next in the agricultural conservation
I his wife and D
two children.
Florida bring figs to a boil place in hot program. Government payments Let
sterile Jars, fill with the hot, spiced for the same period in 1937 Us Serve YouWe I Iii
ago) and it will be proven I syrup and seal at once. amounted to 1070000.

again and again in the future While total farm income for the children
Farmers who make an effort to of tourists whose cars bear out-
w first five months of this
year was
give the NO POTATO MARKETING of-state license plates cannot be
youngsters a bit of a smaller than that for the same
boost in their livestock and poul AGREEMENT, TRIPLE-A period In 1937, returns from Flor barred from Florida's public
+ 6a, try projects will be DECIDES schools. State School Supt. Colin
contributing AFTER VOTING ida livestock were greater the O D
j directly to the Improvement of the Bureau report shows Income from English announced the decision
p state's livestock after he received a ruling from At- O
r GAINESVILLE There will be Florida livestock and livestock
a good idea and torney General George Couper
we hope it no marketing agreement and order products totalled $7,484,000 In 1938
LWk will Gibba, English said, however
spread to all
sections of
k the program covering Interstate ship as compared with a total of J6- and"
ihi state county school systems will
e ments of potatoes produced in 509,000 during the first five have a complete Job Department
tinue to collect tuition from such we can give
Florida and twelve other early and months of 1637. .0"..' .'.'..''.'' "AN"lpA.. ..."',.. .___0_ ._ w you
r ; j y serve a hard sauce flavored with intermediate states Income from the sale of Florida fv vi *-\4<*- v met* yureuia IV o neat and attractive work either
buy Florida license tags under on cheap
I candled orange peel with apple. This was the decision of the crops showed a drop of $20,000- terms of or expensive p II!
a ruling by the state
puddings. Agricultural Adjustment Administration 000 from that of the corresponding board of public instruction. 6 q papers, as your taste demands the

....... after it had received returns period In 1937 however. The 1838) or as particular piece p i I

11I from a referendum of grow- crop Income was $55,209,000: : while Oof
ers on whether they wanted such the 1937 Income for the period was TALLAHASSEE.WHERE IS GOVERNOR printing requires. We handle all work promptly, and O
-Only a few
BUSINESS a program. In a report to the $75,873,000. Most of the 27 per

State Agricultural Extension Ser- cent decrease 'n crop sales result Fred intimates p Cone know elected where to Governor spend a I I give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are

DIRECTORY vice, the AAA said that approximately ed from reduced income from citrus
i 75 of truck, and potatoes. vacation ordered by his physician. more reasonable than
percent than
---- -- Dr. Robert B, Harkness, personal o you can secure outside of the city-
-- ---- 7,300 eligible producers voting in For the nation as a whole, receipts -

:, t the referendum favored the program I from farm marketings dur- denied physician rumors to the he was governor seriously, flatly ill. 9 We solicit your orders forLETTER 0

but that the favorable vote ing the first five months of 1938 f 9
"The rumors without
are foundation
/+ was less than 66 2/3 percent In were 11 percent below receipts for
;a, The drink four of the eight proposed administrative the same period in 1937. Govern- Dr Harkness said, "and I I

1 t7i. areas and less than 60 ment payments for the nation dur- say this because the governor has I HEADS
that been In
touch with
percent In two. While the over-all ing the first five months of this me

t- ; everybodyknows vote was sufficient to make the year were $90,000,000 below payments -satis-fied ;' ENVELOPES

program effective, it would not for the same period in 1937, ii STATEMENTS

have been feasible to make it ap- totals for the respective years D

I plicable In some areas and not in ing $212,000,000 and $ I ii CIRCULARS FOLDERS I

lil! ', S others, the report said. Receipts from crop sales in bO-1 .- -. BOOKLETS p i
#0, 4 In the referendum, South Florida South Atlantic States from

n -"'" growers voted 77.1 percent In ary through May thla year were BILL HEADS NOTE HEADS :

i favor of the agreement, while twenty percent below those of the i

,; COCA-COLA DOT. CO. North Florida voters voted 75.6: same period last year.DOUBLE [U I

percent in favor of it. VISITING CARDS [

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I We wish to express our appre- SMILE i R .,.... -.__ D i :

'! I CARPENTER'S ciation for the many expressions Mrs. II B. Hobbs, of Orlando, r ir O ''i

of sympathy from our friends dur- was visiting Mrs. ,V. R. Conner, I
TUB REXAUL I ing our recent bereavement of
I STOltE. Monday. SEE % I
Children of :Mrs. Bertha Stern. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Brantley and US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDS :i

little son. Roeer._ returned... _home'__.n PROTECTIONIt
last week from Belton Ttxas.

BOREE FUNERAL HOME G. B. Gnann of West Palm ran only come from

7 i Beach was visiting Mr. and and sound, adequate insurance o
Full lino of Caskets & Undertaker Supplies
- AMBULANTE SERVICE!' Mrs. L. U. Morgan last week. He Every element of 8 BRADFORD COUNTY

t, DAY AND NIGHT was accompanied borne by his worry and fear Is taken

53-PHONE-!33 father. from your shoulder .
O. II. BENNETT, Mjfr. Miss Shirley Morgan Is visiting aol the cost Is small!
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" In Manatee this week. I0U

Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Williams LET US WRITE 9
left last week for p pu

-- .. .. .. -. .. - -- .. .. .. -. .- .. Mr. and Mrs. W.Manatee.A. Tyler visit- YOUR INSURANCE! TELEGRAPH 9

ed Mr. and Mr. W. M. Kirby in
We several
K'y' FUNERAL DIRECTOR Starke, Sunday. represent large,

+, My Many Years Experience: Makes It Possible for Me to Render Mr. and Mrs 3, L. Brantley and reliable companies In the r
I Theft Liability, Annuity
son, Roger left this week for
Life and Fire fields.
MODERATE PRICES I Stuckey, Ga.,, where they will visit JOB (
i"M ; MODERN CHAPEL AT YOUR I his mother, Mrs. Nayona Brantley u DEPARTMENT i;


WITT C. JONES family of Plant City were weekend I

r i1 + Starke, Florida I guests of Mr and Mrs. O. L. I =: 1

, Dar ph. 1 Nl.k< .... 133: Brown and :Mr and :Mrs. O. L. PHONE'\ IS I [

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