Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 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: UF00027795:02657
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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-(TENSION -.-- ARDS' 'LEA VE--FOR CAMP 1 I, 79 PERCENT O.K. ROOSEVELT Tobacco Brings$55,0001st J ''Wjt'.Ii: 't'i;,; :s :

if F REA LINESPROSPECT I -. FOR 3RD TERM IN POLL HEREPresident's Week ""I'),r"//"'\\.i'\' ;'I'" ,

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; TI Plans For 19JO Are Causing Widespread { --- ,, :!'. .

Speculation All Sections i i 75TH BIRTHDAYI Seventy-five Percent Of ,;'"I l" ; i '\";

\[any Farmers SigningUp Of the CountrySeventynine } Crop From This County I, ,I!

\ Along New River Already Sold ,I'[' J;; '' "'.:

percent of the percent, which Is what Is being "
To Heilbronn I -- : j"
ple Interviewed on the street done today i "

Pt'o-I W. D. PENDER, lunch roomproprietor PRICES GOOD I :
this week stated that they I : i:
Count Agent T. K. :McClane ---Yes. Because he is the tll:, t .'

jounced yesterday that more : vote for President Roosevelt if he 'man for the Job. Strong Demand For ;, ..';'': .';:
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Ian 'wenty farm families in the 1 decided to become a candidate fora I AUBREY MOORE farmer I I" ;. ; '

llt nd of the county have al- ; Tii third term In the Wb'te House. Yes with qualifications If he Middle Grades ,'Ii '{ ; .':

|jd> signed agreements to re- : The Informal poll taken' by the would stop some of his immense Experienced\ :'i'' ,; ', ,
from a proposed Ru- _
tut servlc- Telegraph resulted from the widespread spending program I would vote -
l for -- r ;,
I Electrification project speculation that is sweeping for him again. Of course we have .
Ictlon Membership fees of more a gotten some nice buildings and Seventy-five percent of Brad ""t t ;'f.ford's
the country concerning Roosevelt's ,
have already been o : from the WPA but It is 300,000-pound tobacco crop : :
m $100 del & Intentions for 1940. No one things !t.' J .
JIlted in the bank. t, .. ..! ., knows just what the President's having 1& bad effect on the people : has already been sold, bringing; : .N I iif!:

[various farmers that section 4 rt M plans are, and probably he, himself growers here an estimated return If[ C',, I ,( I'' :,
of '
$33,000 during the first week -
fare been working hard during the has not even decided yet, buteveryone O. L. BEASLEY railroad con '> fA t't
week to secure three custom that markets have been open. if;, !
t Members of Starke'a of the National likes .to talk about it ductor.-Yes. I would vote for l
Headquarters Company ,
where the The price for the farthis x j"
per mile from Roosevelt because I believehis ? crop so '1' II' '
Guard are having a wet time of it, according to news dispatches from anyway. } '
I I described :
sent REA line ends, three miles motives sincere and he is season was by Coun ;;;: ;-
effort made the are I f
the DeSota National Forest in Mississippi where the Florida units Every was by
Suth of New River, on to Hell- ty Agent T. K. McClane as "ex A'Y
his best than "
I doing more
in the Third Telegraph to make its poll a true any "
are engaging Army maneuvers
tonri Springs. It appears now I other man would do In the same I DEARBORN, Mich. Henry cellent particularly for the middle : .
cross-section of in Brad-
Lt they will be able to accom-I The boys arrived In the rain and It has been raining almost ever opinion Ford, and Mrs. Ford as guests of grades "It has been many 1 "IJ ,(

Jluh\ this without much trouble. I since causing wives and sweethearts of the men from here no end of ford County. People from vary- ,' place.C. honor, watch the pageant "The years since the second and third 1.i; ., '''"I b..
because the weren't allowed to take cots the I ing occupations were contacted C. HOPPE mt'rchant.-No. I i:
L\'ever every farmer along the worry boys even on trip Progress of Dearborn," presentedat grades, of tobacco brought as much I 1. 'fr.

posed' \ line should sign up 1m- I but were told they would have to sleep on the ground Just as If It werea and no one was questioned whose I believe a suitable lieutenant can I Ford Field by Dearborn 811 part as they have been bringing this I It' f t ,,
I views by previously expressed be found to carry on Roolevelt'spolicleM "
real war. I season, the agent said. "The
Ldlately If he Is Interested In lof the celebration of the automobile av- .
Members of Headquarters Company here were picked by a opinion or by general knowledge without impairing a custom ., I.
Lictrlcity I up I : magnate 75th birthday last erage for the first two days in all ;
train at 6:30 o'clock morning. No mishap marred the could definitely be predicted.Here that has been adhered to { fi
j The pole-setting crew on the special : Sunday week. Five hundred persons were markets was from 28"H to 28', Ly,: t., ,

fix's Graham to Brooker project \ departure except for the fact that when the train was sighted at I is how the? first twenty- through the years. in t the castFARMERS. cents per pound. One Bradford ,
It suddenly discovered that Ovid Lewis, In the dim three people (with the exceptionof JUNIUS M SMITH business '
almost completed its Job and I Hampton was ,. grower, O. B. Colxon, of Brooker J:;. ;i,;;
McClane Is eager to have a light of early morning, had donned the wrong kind of pants. Elmo several who refusal to answer) man Yes. I believe In letting averaged, 31 1/5 cents for his first 'i."J -

Inject KI for the extended line ap- i Struth volunteered to make the dash to the armory and bring Ovida replied to the question: "Would I well enough alone.G. day's sales, and J, E, (Son) Rosier, 44 a INI' :

of trouxers. It was a spirited race between vote for President RooseveltIf E. GRIFFIS, city truck driver ,
'oied It possible before these I I pair approved / you URGED of Lawtey averaged 34!lit cents .r
} section. If the the train and Elmo, but we are glad to report the the latter won. ,' he decided to run for a third --Yes. He has helped the people for his first. It seems that the t"
rewa leave who down and out. I'll
I I ICAN'T are
term? I middle grades of tobacco are more '
}eject Is pushed through without vote for him as long as he wantsto TO COMPETE
that farm J. L. (SAM) ANDERSON garage In demand this year than ever be-
I It is possible
lays KEEP A GOOD MAN DOWN run. "
lines(, In the western part of the I man.-Yes. I agree wholeheartedly DOROTHY NOEGEL waitress. I fore.

jiimty' might have electricity by I II. NOR A BAD ONE IN JAIL R J. ANDREWS with his principles.barber.-Yes. -.Yes. He Is as good as any we FOR PRIZES Last 740,039 week pounds Mr. McClane of tobacco delivered marketing it''' l I'; 'r

Be'end of summer have had.FELIX r
McClane submitted proj- I I approve of all he has done. I quota cards to growers in {i! t '
[ Mr. a S. SAPP, farmer. lYes.
t to the REA last week covering Exactly one year ago two ad- delphia. He took this Jail in his I N D. WAINWIRIGHT, SR. No particular reason. I'll Just let I (this county. This provided for the a A. r

| line from Graham to Sampson, venturous young men appearedhere stride also, promptly sawing his county official.-Yes. He has at- i it go at that. Best Bale Of Cotton sale of that amount of tobacco

before Circuit Judge A. Z. way out and was attempting to free of any tax levied by the Agricultural t 1 tj I
:ny along the T & J. railroad tempted to do more for the com- MRS. A. B. WILLIAMS, hotel '
Adkins. One Leonard Zalutsky,, hop a freight train when droppedby Will lie Awarded Adjustment Administration. ,
than other
cks, and officials assured him mon man any I proprietor.-No. I'd rather not' ?
was serving a life sentence at the a bullet from a detectives within I do not feel The acreage allotment to
at it will be approved as soon my memory. i express my reasons.D. i
Farm for armed rob- this county was 370.6, and the
State Prison
t three consumers to the mile gun.Before that a simple matter of precedent E. KNIGHT attorney.-Yes. rt

lave been signed. I bery in Dade County. The other, being wounded.* Zalutskyled should stand In the way of ae He is one of the beat Presidents In' quota equals nearly 900 pounds per

la the meanwhile the Floridaer Frank Matey, was up on a chargeof the detective a merry chase great a man as Roosevelt.M. my estimation that we have ever Nathan Mayo acre. However, around :350 acres t 91

continues aiding Zalutsky to escape. They over several box cars. They struggled hopes that all Sea Island cotton of the crop were planted In Bradford -
It Indeed
Light company B. HERLONd, M. D.- had
and both finally fell farmers will submit for : this year which means that
>extend its service In this coun- told the Judge .that years ago, together not. First: It Jk (against the O. W BARRY, farmer.-Yes. I samples
when they were inmates of\ an from the car. Zalutsky broke the cash prizes which are being production will probably reach
The company haa'placed poles, precedent established by Washington do' not approve of some of thethings '
had loose and the detective fired. The awarded this the State 300,000 pounds. This will leave '
Ohio reform school, they year by
\long ten miles from Lawtey to which I think good. Second: he has. done, but I know I' '
their arms until blood be- convict fell with a bullet through Department of Agriculture. around 60,000 pounds of tobacco
Ibronn Springs and also south pricked His reckless expenditure of monIes am In lots better shape than I was ,
to rubbed them togetherso his back. Physicians said his kid- Prizes of each will be awarded above the quota and upon which a I
|reo/ Starke as far as :J.fathews''airy. gan run and increasing our national before he was elected President. $25 -

}' that the blood mingled and ney was pierced and described his debt Third: His many plans and I'd rather have him than some fellow -I to the farmers who producethe tax of fifty percent must be paid t ; r
condition serious but not crit- unless some of the cases now before t ,
took solemn oath to "stick by as best bale of cotton in each
a methods to get us out of the depression who sits down and doesn't do ;
each other" If either should later ical.Asked all of which have failed. anything county In which at least 150( acres the courts cause the AAA "t
; find himself in trouble. where he obtained the : of Sea Island has been planted or program to be declared unconsti ft
ORGANBEING Fourth: His idea of centralizing MRS. A. L. SULLIVAN, housewife ,
Last week another chapter was hacksaw to cut a bar out of his In which at least CO bale. have tutional. 'I,
I government Is against my idea of .--Yes. Because he has beena I
SET UP I written in the Interesting story of cell Zalutsky said: "Huh. Always state's friend to the man. actually been produced: The win- Mr McClane urges all growersto
rights poor '
one--In the sole of my shoe" i sell their tobacco in their own + f
the "blood brothers. Little more carry R. R. PREVATT farmer.-No. ning samples from each county }
METHODISTS! PLAN SPECIAL He to be held on a charge ELLIS THORNTON pool room, name in order to have authentic P!
I than month Zalutsky escap-! begged together with samples from, counties -
a ago is
Yes. He has the welfare I am not kicking, but I think It s'
MUSICAL SERVICE records for !
| road Since that would prevent his being returned manager which have not the another year
ed from a prison camp. at about time for a change. I know I planted
of the common people
AUGUST It la for
14 I that time he has figured In three to Florida.In that If Roosevelt hadn't come', minimum of acres, will be enter- very easy any growerto ; s
heart. transfer his allotment $
to another
The Installation of the new Es- more escapes, and is now recov- the meanwhile. Matey, the along when he did none of us ed in competition for the state- j
; other member of this strange MORRIS M. RAYBIN, mer- person, the agent said. All that i ,, + r
from bullet wounds In a wide prize. f a
two ering would have but
7 manual and pedal anything by now,
decision I In Is for the I
is leading a less chant.; -Yes. Although my necessary
,Ctrlc: pipe organ is about com-j Philadelphia Pa. hospital. partnership that time Is past It has gottenso The grower of the best bole of ,;
in a Florida road j would depend somewhat on owner of the quota card to come
Sete t in the First Methodist' After fleeing from this state, checkered career that you can't hire labor to Sea Inland cotton produced. in the
Is serving out a ten who runs against him, under present to the county agent's office and j "
lurch Mr Josef H. DeWoIff. of''I Zalutsky made his way to Den- camp. He work on a farm. They make Just j I state will be awarded a prize of
would sign that he wants to transfer
I vote
last by circumstances up
acksonvllle having made the in- ; ver, Colo., where he was pickedup year sentence Imposed year I enough money on the relief to live j $150, the grower of the second best I
| Adkins following his plea of For Roosevelt for the third time. his card to some one else. How i -, <
Dilation Final touches will be by officers and held for extra- Judge on and that Is all they care about. bale will receive $73, the third best
I rnt Florida He managed to guilty to a charge of aiding Zalut D. L. SILCOX, soft drink distributor ever, the card of the person getting r ,!\
area the organ the early part of dition to IRA W. ANDREU, farmer.-- $50. and the fourth best $23. the additional must .
!: quota
week and it will be opened escape, however only to be pick- sky to escape.L. --Yes. Without even seeIng Yes He has tried to do everything Samples will be taken from, each
also be on hand. Growers who are $
I superintendent and fA y
dedicated up a man peo
at the evening ser- he j I bale at the gin under rules which dl8satl fled with their marketing ,
Jail there also proved unable of the prison, said Tuesday was j expect Mr. Roosevelt All of us There Is
ce on Tenn. ple. no reason why
Sunday, August 14. Prof. I would'I' are being formulated by representatives cards are warned that they must
whether Zalutaky from his
: hold him and he became not sure have benefitted indirectly couldn't him for President
stele! W to use a
Roberts, of St. Peters- : of the State Department of
would file written notice in the county
erg has been engaged to pre-I once more a temporarily free men !' be returned to this state or I viler measures, right' on.PAUL. I Agriculture and the Florida J Extension agcmt's office not later than fifteen { i M

console Service. will
at this time : : Judges days after the quota was re- 1 el ,
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Y ft ' 'IT. >4 l # lnna. If It a wilt -
lorllnn..q of th e old masters' will shipper.No M. u<* 111/1. uuuiv that z cn, WILII ijuuiiiluaimiiB u"" selected from each organization celved. + "

f rendered I BIG LEGION MRS. LAW I anyone should be President more cut out some of (this relief business 'I i and, from the United States Department Four million pounds of tobacco t f a' ,

I than two terms and I do not see" I would vote for him again. 4
the of {
pastor the Rev. Frank Rob- I Agriculture Copiesof have been sold at the Live Oak '
'* MEETING BURIED HEREWIFE how forty percent of the popula- It Is making it too hard for the these rules will tie placed In the i'' )
| o will| have charge of the serf I warehouses and two million at
tion can continue to support sixty I farmer to hire labor. I .
I hands of the
f- and will dedicate the organ. i I KINGSLEY OF FORMER STARKE respective county Lake City. t
F gr gutlonal singing, special PASTOR agent
11011' selections and the organ :I BEACH AUGUST 21 DIED :MONDAY'' SOCIAL SIDE MAN HAS FIT; Commissioner Mayo Is particularly A lLA: "Oll1lces fix.

iulc will compose the major I I i anxious to Impress upon the A L Alvarez, city marshal, announced ;
::0' of the por-I'' services for :Mrs. AllleR. OF CHURCH WRECKS TRUCKHAS
time of the service.r. A conference of the second dis- Funeral farmers the necessity of sending this week that he wouldbe

Roberts, the brother of Mr. I trict of the American Legion will Law, who died Monday In Winter I DISCUSSED AT MEETINGOF BEEN RELEASED FROM I clean, dry cotton to the gins. The a candidate to succeed himselfIn
''Obllllon Sunday Haven at the ae of seventy-, cotton should be picked as soon as i '
is an instructor In pl- be held at Kingsley Beach I ROTARY CLUBWEDNESDAY HOSPITAL FOLLOWING the city election to be held 4

f W and pipe organ and Is the or- August 21, It was announced nine were held from the Baptist I ATTACK HERE possible after the bolls open and Tuesday September 13. Mr. Alvarez ,

(MM for the Childs Park Metho- I yesterday by K. G. puncan, commander Church here Thursday morning at should be spread out on a floor in stated that he had always

lit Church 10 o'clock. The Rev. L. A. Shep- of vo- the victim of epileptic a dry place in the sun where possible
f In St, Petersburg of the local post. E. W. Garrls professor Evidently an tried: to serve the best Interest of j jthe

will be opened Sat- herd officiated. Death came as the Uni- fit while driving a large All stems and, trash shouldbe town '
The meeting cational agriculture at : not only In police work,
I I Mr the result of an attack of pneumonia W. L Hillier sus- I removed on the farm (the gin-
urday night with a dance, versity of Florida, gave a worth- Grayvan truck but also In keeping the city'clean iy1 iy1and +

ERR? PLANTING Duncan said, and several notable while talk on the relation of the tained slight Injuries when he ran ner can do a good job but he can't attractive. He said that he t '

SETS I speakers will be on hand for Sunday Mrs.\ Law was well-known here,\ church to the community at the off the road last Friday several j make good cotton out of wet will appreciate the support of the ,
RECORD being the wife of the lute William Rotary Club here Wednesday miles west of town on Road 28. I trash.) voters who have been so good to kt "

ROWERS SAY It Is estimated that two or three Law who was pastor of the Baptist Garrls stated that the social Still suffering violent attacks As Governor Cone has so ably him In previous elections. 1 1
MORE I Dr. !
AGE SET ACRE-I hundred representatives of eigh- Church here several years. She modern church is fad- the driver was picked up by the pointed out, "Sea Inland cotton is .
NOW THAN of the
BEFORE AT THIS teen posts will be present. was born in Indiana and was grad phase Into the background whereas I DeWItt C. Jones ambulance, the aristocrat of all cottons. It The first watch was pre ?r I ,

uated from the Baptist Missionary Ing the I brought to Starke and later car- will bring a high price on the mar sented to Queen Elizabeth by the

this August 1 saw a greater)I I While Resigns School In Chicago. Prior to her I church twenty was or thirty the center years of ago the social ried to a Jacksonville hospital. He ket as soon as the spinners know Earl of Leicester In 1372. uT' (

reage of strawberry plants al- marriage she was assistant pas-I hat since been dismissed that a high quality can be obtained -
comolunlty. Espec-
*> Olin W. White tendered his resignation in Terre life of the Officials of the stated worth all the
et than any other August ,, tor and missionary rural districts, the speaker, company each year. It Is
has Monday as a member of Invalid for the! ially In Hillier had been In their em- :-
T leen In the history of the Inhere Iud Although an old-fashioned meetings that efforts the farmer puts forth and i
'**/ The fact that fav- the Board of Trustees for Special last twenty-five years of her life said the the Sunday services camp were ploy for seven years and had never Florida Is leading other stated In ,; .
1Itle weather conditions has en- Tax District No. 3. This action she never lost faith or relinquishedher that folks been, known to have such an at- the production of this staple"( ,

Q/ed/ many farmers automatically places S. E. Sparkson high Ideals.Survivors the only opportunity tack before. Commissioner Mayo adds "We +nt
to complete their
accounts for the stated that he be-

last week, each Mrs. Doris Oren of
held here a daughter now bringing the highest price.
Colbervatlve revived sponsoring of Starke have one
estimate be by Citizens
observers should
of Trustees Mrs.
ce ing 126 votes. The Board Winter Haven with whom to to The same care and, attention MA\ / says she wants Pa to go out
Prospective here at entertainment especIally more week In which register
wad 1,500 crop !I in the Starke district Is now Law had made her home. Two supervised He said election to be held should be given Sea Inland cotton. and get a Job for she Is tired lookIng I !
acres, while others J. for young people. In the city
:sat composed of L. D. Green, C. nieces Mrs. :Maul Wall, of Starke, book For some years to come Florida at him sitting around the '
that It will be Theo that If they could find proper en- Tuesday September 13. The
greater. i Powell and Mr. Sparks. 1 Susan Westfall, of Rose- will probably have a monopoly on
and 1rs.
> the Increase over last year > tertainment In the church It would will be closed In the office of City louse doing nothing. tt ,
dale, Ind., also survive.Intermnt producing this marvelous staple don't stand
eke from negro farmers, who In keep them from more harmful Clerk Carl Johns on Saturday Pa says old men any
I Thursday want but will not
4 which
spinners chance now getting a Job
not Births
have I amusements j August 13. Mr. Johns said yes-
to purchaser the 1
ifk money under
Crosby Lfck Cemetery buy In quantity until the qualityhas than dog at a country i .
a stray
Priced Austin, have the ,
plants last season. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde direction of DeWitt C. Jones. Pall- William L, Wilson, director of i terday that some people been stabilized and until regular '1
J,planta now plentiful girl July 27. H. L. Brownlee, J. state farmers' markets,was also a mistaken Idea that if they are regIstered frolic. + '
are more Lawtey bearers were: books It is production Is reasonably guar Pa told his boy he would do: f
lid Was expected and may be I Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Starling M. Brownlee, A. J. Thomas, J. F. guest at this meeting and pointed i, on the county anteed." everything the boy did Just like a 1 'I

[ i n abundance at $1 thous- Heilbronn Springs, boy July 31. F. A. Scott, and J. T.auigley. out the necessity for organization' not necessary for them to register '
per Klckliter, -- --- -- man but when the boy told
t I and Mrs Edwin H. Clem- Florida's annual with the city. Separate regis- young r
Mr in marketing Vitamin A U. In dad he must without his hat
made with the When lacking go f
1 He tration must
August harvest.
I Starke boy, .. $150OOO.OOO crop .
ons. his socks to hU .hoe
has the poultry ration, a disease and roll down
The Louise D. Polk of "throw- city, he said but If a voter
earliest known system of; Mr. end Mrs 3. Maneuvers In the U. S. Army condemned the practice market" with- registered once it In not necessaryfor known as nutritional roup de tops, Pa said nothing doing. t : \ '

ttell laws was the code of Brooker boy, August and Navy have been conducted annually Ing produce on the velops. W, U George. 1 '
U Wise him to again. 1
Charles register t 'f\
Mrs. t f 'fBy
Mr. out
rZaurabl-0lllU1ratell. about king 2330 of BabylOnia B. C. ;' Starke boy August :3. since 1902. proper ; J

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We have to start attain A. D 111,111. ill' 1100() ii'i'loc'k A. M r of subpoena. upon whom would bind I cOhteHHed by \ ,,, '
; PROPOSES grow I! OLE MISSISSIPPI COMING INTO ITS OWN Dated thlc 'the. 10th. day of Inly, either of valet defendant, IT ISOrLUERCD 'Telegraph .a ,d", I ''If, Iol..

fi Sa' and there must be ample provisionfor I .. ... .. .... .._._ IIMH: : that each you n. P Jonex Monday find paper I" I"'I"' ,,,, "\ :', 1 QfI'u
Alyce A Jones appear on ,
TAX CHANGESNEW collection as well as a limit on "-. W -- UFFJ"IA"" SEAL) l"'I".r In Whig h I
p'1Ir! J >. '. September 5, HUD In the above JUhU..hed. h' I '
I .t: A J 'IHOMAB, u,,,. .. : i*
spending: pT v Clelk of (Cllcult Court ofH'a.lford entitled muse to the Illll of Complaint : comeruth'I' i ln",, :i
NEW SPEAKER OF HOUSE "We can't spend money unlesswe I ".' County Florida filed against you wherein turn dilY. \ "i" r

: WILL STUDY STATE'S 7-22.31.8-11. the relief nought I la the fornclour W iTNEHS 'WJ
have it, he !!euld "and we III) ,, .
of a mortgage a.* a tint Hen over Meat at an
PROBLEMS cant collect It unless we have an .1\00'1'1111 OK AHPl.irtTION roil the following land III Bradford: )o'l..rlda this NI'1I'k.I,I",.'u, ,i",,',,..,.,,,:',;,i .rli e
equitable distribution of (the tax TItiVKII: : County Florida to-wlt:: I 19:18: "of i ,Ij. A
George Pierce Wood of Liberty bill. of Lot. 87 and 58, except Right- .
That .1
County II veteran legislator and Discussing; the committee he Intends L. tl Powell, holder of Tax Ceitlf- of-way of SAL Sty In Section Cle.,rl "r "\ .

legal representative of the vast appointing to help him on Icnta No. 291 iDHiied the 6th day of 12. and. IWa'1. of .' \\4TVlr afKNlriti" ,'ut!
AuKunt, A. U. 192N, han filed same of "' lo all la SIt KNHIlIT I duPont interests In West Florida, tax matters. Representative Wood In my office and has made application ,. 22 K, Starke 'Iorldll I

wait designated speaker of the Bald "I will ask a number of House for a lax deed to he lued otherwlMU the allegations of laid Solicitors t",. pi" 1",,", ,
thereon Said certificate embrace bill of complaint will ba taken .. 8.6-SP1.2 ?
orBy 1939 House of Representatives at members to bind themselves together the following described property In

a caucus held at Moon Lake in to study finances and taxes the County of Bradford State of -

Pasco County last Saturday. mindful of the fact that our problems Florida, to-wit rKEY-MCCABEFUNERAL

AED Wood won out over LeRoy Col- cover spending: as well as collecting suet South-went. Quarter Quarter Except 8 of acre North-in I HOME t

linn,, young Tallahassee attorney, :. I don't say that these North-went. corner and 6 acre MBS. L. 0. McCABE, Lady Attendant '.
: q'R' by a vote of 55 to 40. Eighty-five members will be on the 1939 Finance In Sout h-we"t corner Section 6.TnwnHhlp I
) of the 95 members of the 1939 and Taxation Committee, containing 32 acre more AUGUSTINE FL L
but of them will be" leu 45 W. Church-Phone 0-1S38 SO St. George
House attended the caucus The a majority or Phur f
i The aHeHHment. of the eald properly 1 fI
reef absent ones voted by proxy.In A former Georgian Wood came under the said certificate was I

hon'tg an interview following hi. to Florida a comparatively short In the name of F. J. I'attee
time and has become one of Unlcm said! certificate shall ba redeemed '" -:
election. Wood said that he will ago according to law, the prop
' wY 4me Immediately begin the work of West Florida's most Influential 1 citizens erty described. therein will be .old UNITED LIFE INSURANCE
to the hlrhet bidder at the court CO
4acte considering the state's tax structure house door on the first Monday In L. C. McCABE, President, Jacksonville, Flu. '

"I shall fight against, oppose Speaking about me sales tax, the month of September, 1938 which

00 N' and resist a sales tax," heeaid. Representative Wood said. 1 I I I.. the 5th day of September, 1918:
Industrial Life Insurance :
noted thin 21rd day of July 1938.
edIpol "knowingthat to do any fought my heart out for a sales r.* ST LOUIS, Mo. Photo shows how traffic is increasing on the (OFFICIAL; SEAL) G, L. SAPP '

thing constructive we should go tax in the 1935 session, and thereIs I Mississippi River at St. Louis. A few years ago boats along the levee A. J. THOMAS Representatlie ;
Clerk of Circuit Court of
pub, back to the Constitution." no reason why I should, try to were a rarity; today the traffic has Increased tenfom and there is Bradford County Florida t

one, 6 6fn "As an illustration of the need, hide this fact. I worked for a i 7-29-Et-8-26.
action on the levees at all hours of the day and night while stevedores -=:::t
( excise taxes aales tax bill providing it would bea
the State Is usurping
"" sing again as they help unload the freight boats. Passenger boats also NO'r\(',,] nV H\l.13 01' TAX IT
ia111; ILS the Constitution permits but replacement tax. 4'Elt'1'IFI'ATKNNOTICE BELONGSIN
do a big business on the river
me cities and towns that render the Since then the whole tax struc I 4 is Himiiv: : liVEN that
ture of the State has been wrecked W. II Iraham, hn. filed with mewrlU..n
service have tax
da notMt no sources I ,request that the tax: certificate .
cal he continued and ruined and a challenge la NEW{ RIVER of Lake KlngHluy heights' No. 1.evidenced together with all auhnequent YOUR ICEBOXAT +
to the next by Certificate. No 802 of omitted or levied taxes held. by the
He said he believed real estate presented Legislaturethat !Mrs.
O. E.
ode Crosby, CorrespondentA 1127: Blk 16 of Lake KlngHley State be advertised" and Mold to the
i fair of the means the most to Florida's Height No evidenced S
is should pay a part I. by Certificate highest bidder for cash a* provided
State's big tax bill but It should future large crowd attended the No. 303 of 1927: Blk 16 Ex., by Chapter 18290 of the 1937 act* ,i HOME
Lot 11, 12..f take KlngHley
of the Legislature upon the fol-1
. h not be burdened "No pet theory should prevail chicken plleau at the home of Mr. Height No.1. evidenced by C..rllf- I lowing described( real eMtate In the Sf ,

es, lli "That la wjiy" he said "we can and the only way to get the tax and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Saturday irate Hilt 16 No. 304 of.1 1927, Lot 11. 12 of I County of Biuclford. State of FlorIda I' 'K
of Lake Klnsmley Height to-wlt: I
structure In accord with the will f
enl r not continue to shift taxes from night. Everyone reported a nice No. I. evidenced by Certificate No. Lot 27. 28, 85, 86, 37, 38, 34,
ewtr'sp + one shoulder to the other and pro- of the people Is to go back to the time. 348, of 11)31.; Blk 17 ex. Lot 0, 10, I I Slfc of Lots 41, 42. 43, all Lot I /Il

Constitution and start over again. 13, !4..2\I.80.31.\ 32 of Lake .Kings- 44. 45. 51: and 64 In Woodlawn .Rr ,
v vial -" I Mr. and Mrs. u. E. Crews, of Icy Height Vo/ 1, evidenced by Certificate Sec 29 Tp 6 H. H 22 K, 125
erya "The Murphy Act, which has rewarded the State Farm dinner No. 80S of 1927: Lot 9. 10 Acre, mole or leH
tax delinquents and penalIzed were of Illk 17 of Lake Klngxley Height. The taxeH to..4.e Hold are evidenced
+ a guests of Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and No. I. evidenced by Certificate No. hv certificate Nun. 147 & 832 at192H I
BUSINESS I taxpayers, provides an excel- Mrs. T. J. Dowling Sunday. Ml of 1930.: Lot II.: 14 of Ulk 17 of and 1913: respectively and rep
lent place to start. I voted for Lake KlngHley Height No. I I. evl- recent tnxen for the year 1927 t193x
a the Murphy Act because It did giveus Mr and Mrs. M. L. Johns and dented by Certificate No. 2S6 of both IncluHlve amounting '
3tees DIRECTORY 1928.: Lot 211, .10, 11. 32 of Blk 17 of $223.87. Il"mil
a clean starting point. It will children and Miss Doris Crosby Lake Klngvlvy Height No. I. evidenced : Said tax certificate together with I I

die automatically in the' next session were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon by Certificate No 340 of: all subsequent. omitted or Levied (
v1 + 1929: Hlk 18 of Lake 1Inll'"l..yH..rhtH taxes will be Hold
I Renfroe of Water Oak, Sunday. to the highest
and the mood of the people .. No 1. evidenced by Certificate bidder at the Courthouse door I In

will prevent it from being extended. Miss Pansy Thomas, of Johns- No. 306 of 1927.; Hlk 19 of Starke on the 12th day of Aug-uot,,
mod The drink ." town spent the week-end with Lake KlngHley Height No.1. evidenced 1938. at U:00 o'clock A. M.I".led .
+eir '. by Certificate No. 107 of thin. the 23rd day of July.
,, Mrs. W
It has been the custom for years B. Lazenby. 1927, Hlk 20 of Lake Klngnley 1938.

Irc l i itel. aye. that to select a speaker on the night Mr. and Mrs. Richard Diatry, Height.. No.1. evidenced hv Certificate (OFFICIAL. SI':"I.) l9J ) No. SOU of 1927: Hlk. 21 of ,A. J. THOMAS
before the opening of the Legislature of Gainesville, spent the week-end Lake Klngnlfy Height No. I I. evidenced Clerk of In-viIt Court of

( 9 everybodyknows Departure from this procedure with Mr and Mrs. Ed Blount by Certificate No 309 of I Hradfurd County Florida
de > 1927: Said Lake Klngwley Height' 7-29-31-8-12..
In the opinion of Rep. W. Miss Betty Crosby spent Sunday No. I being recorded Plat of Nfcof ,'-.

p McL.Christie, of Jacksonville, who with her cousin. Miss Neta Kelly, MO",, Section :16 Tp. 6 H. II. 2JK
IN (iiuiir (01'it'', nit
: 111 HiHclfnrd Counlv' .Florida and VDFOIIII>>
'1st :< was elected speaker of the 1937 of Sunny Brook Farm. representing the. unpaid tuxes for 4'OI'Ml. FI.OHIflli lii > + Ice-cold: Coca-Colo la ready (for

ant ., ; a5 session without opposition and was Most all the farmers are busy the year* 1926 to 1411: both Inclu- <' \\(''-::11'0.: : sot
Hlve, J. C. WKLLHIIOCK. you any Urn you want il. when
oteon chairman of this caucus "is grading tobacco and carrying It amounting to $M 1 98AISO you
a : : Lot 4. 5, 0, 12, 19, 20, 21. Plaintiff' 1
great step foiward." to market now. 3H, 24, 80. 89 & W'<4 of Lot 44 .- k..p a supply in your family

Ii COCA-COLA During the closing days of each Mr and Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere In Woodluwn Sec. 31 Tp. 5 a It n P. JONES/ and ALYCK A.
DOT. CO. 22 K, containing liD Acre*. JONES, his wife.Defendant. 1 refrigerator Order by the cue
$ or : + regular session, it is the practiceof visiting friends in Starke more or lea. *. '

WE ARE the hold-over members of the Sunday afternoon. The taxe to be sold are evidencedby OltDKIt.OF. HI.ICATIOV A>UNO (24 bottle) from you dealer.
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Senate to caucus for a president Mrs. Grace Ford, wno is teach- Certificate the No. 152 taxe of 1928. andr..pr..nt It appearing by affidavit attached ,
unpaid for
and with the House adopting a ing school here, spent the weekend yean 1927 to 1C1I, both Inclusive, to the Bill of Complaint In the.

a. somewhat similar policy, the Leg in Starke with her husband. amounting to 1167.91 cause Jone and that Alyce the defendant A. Jone hi*H.wife P.

CARPENTER'S stature. will work more effectively Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCullough Said tax certificate together with are each non-renldent. of Florida Coca Cola Bottling COSTARKE.
all Hubeciuent omitted or Levied and renlde at 3147 Folsom 8t, San
spent the wek-end in Lake But-
according to Representative .
The Rexall Store taxes will be gold to the highestbidder "Francisco California, and are each
mlsal Christie.By ler with relatives. at the Courthouse door In over 21 year* of age, and that there PHONE 1 F
designating their speaker Mrs. Della Thomas, of Jacksonville Stark. on the 5th.. day of August I I.* no p.raon In thl. State service

oir Complete Line of month in advance of the session, is spending a while with her I

1l GARDEN SEEDS all differences and rancor may be son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and .

eliminated Christie said and the Mrs. Reddish Andrews.
Also I + "ln9ass,+ r

FEEDS & FERTILIZERS a P esker will have a better .o PP o1'
NO'I'IC" OF ""' 1.111 Of TAX
unity to devote more time in selecting IITIII'U'ATI.1:M I

SISTRUNK'SmnrEm the personnel of the various NOTICE IS: HEREBY UIVEN that
F. T. Abernathy has filed
with me
l committees he is required to written request that the tax certif OFFICE
appoint. icate together with all ubecuent SUPPL:1ESt
: omitted or levied taxe held hy the '
Hlate be advertised and sold to the
BROOKER highest bidder for cash a* provided I
ON ALL YOUR FURNITURE by Chapter 18246 of the 1917 ante of :
Hiss Vera Gainey, Correspondent the Legislature upon the following
Save Money At described real eHtate In the County
( of Bradford State of Florida, to-
The Brooker Junior High School KH of SWV4 of NW!. & NEVi
nf HWVi H<"c. 21 Tp. 7 8. H 21
CO. opened Its diamond ball season East., containing; 60 Acres, more

last Friday afternoon with both or lee*. .
The taxes to he Mold are evidencedby
FISHINGTACKLE the girls and boys teams playing certificate No*. 171 and BOS of

against the Hampton teams on 1931 and 191.1: respectively and r..pr"M..nt \

the home diamond. Our and unpaid taxes for the year
All Sizes RifleCartridges boys 1910: to 1918: both Inclusive, amounting -
girls did their best and we are to tiff 66ALHO .
: Lot II & Fiac'l of
will have successful
sure we / a
/ Lot 6 of ink 1 being 62 Mj ft N
BRADFORDHARDWARE season if they keep up the good & 8 by J10 ft K & W, Also com

work. Both teams showed a splendid i I Ht NW Cor of land owned by J.
CO. I O. Turner on Cherry St., & run the Roby "
spirit and cooperated with the N on said Ht., e.JJi: ft t.oJ 210 ft

umpire. The Biooker teams were to Church Ht, H on Church Ht. LEDGER
1&l BUY THE nEST victorious in both games. The of .Stalks In NK'/i' of SWVi Sea
WHEN girls score was thirteen to eleven, 2H Tp. US. H. 22 13. $4 00 1JR the
try Raven
while the boys was twenty-three to The taxes to he sold are evidencedby Aa exceptional .luel Consists 01! loo 'COST
YOU BUY .1 I certificate No. 1073) of 19.13. and *
? five. The Brooker line-ups were as represent. unpaid tax. for the years leaf ledger binder, 2001.dq.r.he.b and Eltb BIDE
MILKPeterson's I ) follows liH3 to 193H. both Inclusive, amount-
: loin to $187.29. A-Z, 26 division leather tab lads.. Bound 2 5
b bj br Linda.c4 Levan $2
t Dairy j Girls -Catcher, Phyllis Hazen; Hlk 1 of Lake Klngsley Heights In durable imitatioa leather, color rod or black. Steel l back Slendar w' C raj a tmffaUos
a, pitcher. Thelma Lee Starling:: I Mo. 1 1. evidenced by Certificate No.
first Eva 288 of 1927; ilk 2 of Lake Klnksley with automatic I locking dctvic. Push button for quick opening 1lolleb.d HtO Iock end a t assist ij Ea04

UNDER EXPERT HANDS | base Fay Gainey; second Heights No.1. evidenced by Certificate no k.y icKjulrod. Sh.... arc whit. Ivorydal l.dg. end cap. ]
base, Doris Mott; third base, No. 284 of 1927, Hlk 3 ex Lots r --L'::; Brlgef

nThat's where Virginia Crews; right field, Lily 2.27, 6.I.7, a8.of9.L 10.e IJ'ln 17,I.0.H 21,- 26.*, paper, 24 ubitaac. Sheet IM e.9J Inch.. Teple.8yr" 4N.,, '-,

arevhrn Howard; center field, Geneva Par- No. t. evidenced by Certificate No. te 8h..t

yon rish; left field Virgle Padgette; 2<*0 of 1927, lAt 2 of Blk 3 of Lake 24C G/.,.
>ourri. In our KlnKHley Heights No. I. evidenced No -rlpU- eh 24140 24 i t
-f short stop. Ruby Word; by Certificate No. 393 of 1931; Lots 7 eia8teo4
"c hop.>> 10. I II. 17 of Blk 3 of Lake Klngsley 9
ant' Boys-Pitcher, Alvin Howard; 020008 Ruby L.dq.r Outfit-Rad $..00 Homed z11 f 6'(
t Httlirhts evidenced.
} :- catcher Clifton Hayes; first base, No No.1.2X2 of 1928: Lot by. 2I certificate 21 of 020007 Ruby ledq.r Outfit-Black 4.00 a abo.. ?S. g 23

j 3 Friends Barber Shop Cecil Melvin; second base, Leslie Ulk 3 of Lake Klngsley Heights No. "a.q.ly t.de.r' Bh.M.are fewld adw eed.r.d. c.e / rle.4 Ra ntyyf bra vy lat I
1, evidenced by Certificate No. 318: nth "wta. := ,1.e a
Thomas; third base, Erie Mott; of 192II.: Lots 86. 27 of Ulk 3 of Lake u_ ea..pd: nlu l.dq.reu4' Cdaaw".k.w '4 lealosi g e p bindles

KKK MK nr.FOUE011: WIRE left field, Robert Hargrave, center KlnKHley' Heights No. evidenced 4 .t ..
field Bill Parrish; right field by Certificate No. 687 01, 110; : Lots CIO t cot.,. w
Estimates Cheerfully 11. 32 of Hlk 3 of Lake Klngsley 23783

Given Everette Padgett; shortstop, Bob Heights No I. evidenced by Certificate .... .ft.
Parrish. Substitute, R. C Howard. No 284 of 1928; Hlk 4 E... Lot BI..e ..,,-
2 A 3 of Lake Klngsley Heights No.I. 8
E. A. WINKLER evidenced by Certificate No. 291 I' O.wa Aaa, 2.6g .
Mlsa Flora A. Edwards of of 1927 Lots 2. 3 of Ink 4 of Lake _t.
Radio and Electric Service KIng-slev Heights No evidencedby
Brooker, went over to Union 01, :
No 588 1930: Blk.
County July 25 to begin teachingthe 6 of Lake Klngsley Heights No. 1.evidenced
You'll EnjoyEATING sixth grade in the Raiford : by Certificate. No. 292 of i 1.I
1937; Hlk 6 x. Lot 17. 18, 19, 20
school. of Lake Klngsley I
Height No.1.
With U a Mr. and Mrs. S M. Mott spent evidenced... by eertitleRle10.. 293 of
1927: Lot. 17. 18 of Blk. S of Lake
E OrangeBlossom this week-end in St Petersburg. Klngsley Heights Nn. I. evidenced ji1t1I%?

1 (pI They were accompanied home by hy Certificate No. 604 of 1932.: Lot
L 19, 20 of ilk 8 of Lake Klngsley
Mid Estelle Mott, who spent the
_. Height No.1. evidenced by Certificate
Cafe past two weeks in St. Petersburgas No. 608 of 1932: Blk 7 Kx Lot. COLUMNAR PADS the Eagle

i the guest of her cousin, Miss 12, 13 of Lake Klngsley Heights No.
1, evidenced t>v Certificate No. 294
SERVICE I Vesta Crosby. of 1927; Lot. 12 13 of Blk 7.of Lake $205
A large crowd from here at- Klngsley Height No. 1, evidencedby Now low J>rie>>t. Canary Bond, rod and :
i Certificate No. 690 of 1930: BlkS blue ruling, Buff Bond, brown and green LEDGER OUTFIT $
WITHA tended the Union meeting at Long of Lake Klngsley Height No.1..vld..n..d 8
E' 1 ruling. 16 ub. paper, SO .h.... to a pad.
I Bridge Saturday and Sunday.The by Certificate No. 296 of Tea pad bon Sire 8Jixl4.
par EMil
SMILEHouston farmers of this section are of 1427.Lake Hlk Klngsley 9 Fix Lot Heights. 24. 25 No.1.. 28,evidenced 29- black Consist*of duaU*brown corduroy bind.*with
Imitation l
very busy with their tobacco at by Certificate No. a9d of c... B..ff leather back and corner, 200
Service Sta. this writing. They are completing U271 Lot 24. IS of Blk 9 of Lake 810 ire. 8t1o N.. >>-Jpu." t. while and A-Z lyorydae .h..bI! ( 28 sub. ledger "reaular ledgez" rs1W4.
l leather lab
i ia Klncsley Heights No.1. evidencedby '"" 26 divlsioa ladcti. Standard ledg r machUtI
1 the grading and transporting Certificate' No. 339 of 1929; Lots 710t B7lOt 41x+1., with 1I&m. operatedwith key
I spece $2.06
PLUMBING it to market. We hope the tobacco 2*. E9 of Blk 9 of Lake Klngsley 7106 B11M S on!., with l1allle
Heights No.1. evidenced hy Certlfl- apace 2.06 BtMltlMo, .
i iMl Prompt Service at will bring a good price and. their cat. No 397 of 1927 Blk 10 FJ... 7107 81101 7 col., 110 l1alll.apace 2.00 hcwtSlw o- pea

iFe Reasonable! Prices hopes will be realized. Lots I. 2, 8 of Lake Klngsley 7110 137110 10 col., with Dallle a 2.15 C2O401040B! 93x11
U : J8.00ch
EagU Ledger Outfit
Heights No 1 evidenced by
Let Me Estimate Your Job 1 J. M. Markey and son J M. Jr., Icate No. 298 of 1927; Lot. C.rtlf-I 1, 2. Oth.r !*.. op to 30 colnnuu proportionaUIy prix d. 9Jzll H Shoo<. only 4.80 800

C. M. RITCH of Waycross, Ga., and Miss Emllee .if Stilt 10 of Lake Klngsley Height.
:Vo 1 evidenced hy Certificate
of Baltimore Md. and No.
ty Markey, 194 nI 1911.; Blk. 11 of Lake Klngley .- ,
p.' h ,. Charles David and Walter Vallen- Height No.1. evidenced by

Is FRESH FISH wledee, of Tampa, spent Sundayas Certificate No. S99 of 1927; Blk 13
11 Kx Lots 22, 23 of Lake Klngsley ,
''t I % At All TimesMagnolia guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Heights No 1, evidenced by Certificate \, Bradford

Markey. No. SOO of 1927.>> ; Lots 22, 23 ot. County Telegraph
," Kilt II of Lake Klngsley Heights
... ,,
; -
:Vo.> 1, evidenced by Certificate No. I
: '\ I Massachusetts defeated a prohibition J85 of 1928; Blk 13 of Lake Kln.I. ..- I
fr.- : Fish Mkt. ley Height No.1. evidenced by
;r amendment in 1889."it I Certificate No. 301 of 1927; Hilt 14 ...


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fI. r G.O.P. ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE I Seventy Million M\N IS INGKNIOCS; WIFHOIT hum.m voii" <. ,
IIt IIr "IN THE HUSTINGS1' r _. __.__ i REIN: :; UISK! enter any home in the world from ;' :
II'I t Trees for Southern !I The hop that closer Intercommunication I far countries. And what do wo !f. ., ,,

' with $ Landowners unions! countries and get ? We get poisonous! propalfl1n'I"'I"" j I.:' I '.
illl, c. peoples would bring better understanding da from abroad and ilj.i\ rl f,, ,:;

, JOE CRAIN and more peaceable relations Kte-floy-floy at home ::11:' I
Farmers and landowners in the
among them doe n t seem Now Miss Lidia Znmcnhof the ,J ,'Ii I : '
i South will shortly have available I I '
v"j, to be walking out very well daughter of the inventor of Esperanto ,.1 "
Floridians, today, dent Roosevelt y u,, approximately 70 million seedlings We t I
perhaps by r Invent the airplane bringing created
a I & i-I an artificially ,!r 4,
are pretty much: ,left taking an active Interest In the for planting on eroded or non- cities closer together In pointof 'I. language, cornea through with still 1r / t ,

r out of "behind the recent selection of a State Demo productive farm land according to time, and what does It mean? another disillusionment. $;' f'

scenes" politics. No cratic Executive Committee chairman Regional Forester Joseph C. Kirch- Better bombing. ::1 : ) ",j

ht generally circulated and defying Fred Cone's own riq er of the U. S Forest Service. We Invent the cable and telegraph Esperanto was devised In the 'Ii""I 11!, .
These from slash hope that by creating a languageuniversally
political un- political machine to do so. | range I and telephone lines so that
|JSI'' biased and unpreju- These men not pine to black locust and are being understood the barriers W Itj, I ',;'I'
are all by any I any country may know Instantan- '
available to f q produced by the various State of differing tongues would be 1:1.:iI9 J A': '::\
| ?, ,is, views, is means who have been whispered .i eously what is going on in any other ',
pn banished, and universal under : "
Forest Services In state-owned ; ,'
I "Teens, who would like toC as aspirant governors. Off hand, country. Ami what do we get 7 ,
I It have bought with we mustn't w nurseries and will be distributed standing would be promoted. 'i i 1.'f./ ,
what they forget Harold Colee, of Y0 In halt the world we get Iron
Li! oallota, So "In The Hust- Jacksonville, state president of I r H to the public Ht cost of produc- clad control of communications by But what happens Both Mussolini rjp. :.,' i

makes a bow with a promt the Chamber of Commerce, nor } lpi 1, tion. governments and the news poisoned and Stalin, Miss Zamenhof i f%1t C t.t.:'r ":
;'s traight-from-the.shoulder McL Christie another Jaxon, W'I Increased public interest In reforestation at the source. says, have seized on Esperanto aa ; 'I i'! ia i- Mfr.

'! ,>t what goes on In state mer speaker of the house, Jim accounts for the large We invent radio, by which the medium for flooding neighboring r \:, ;
forting ,ircles, with, perhaps. Lee state comptroller has I 1 step up In nursery stock produced, countries with military and social ;i"\v3iG\ ,I.
lIt1elll publicly I t. ":. .11CiI1'AciO. and although this year's growthof 8 "dthe-d u10f thetwop r propaganda i i. :\
should -
1. nn i, ">' what go on, denied gubernatorial aspirations : 1' t
!, ,,nai von't go on and the but a politician can t seedlings la greatly increased sons we mentioned. The world's desperate need to- I ,
.J t I "", change his mind. And Jackson: over that of pAst years It is felt Wo hope tho Florida Medical dny Is not more tools but more .j'i \ r r

r ville's Mayor fit Th midsummer' mri'rrncr, ot n..publtC'anplann..r. that the demand will be far greater Association will start another knowledge of how to use wisely ::1, :'; ', ,
all heard George Blume who'
1, :Sure; you've"I'm going to Just recently watched ComptrollerLee bl.m Sunday: with tu) Rxo: >,'itimmltti'e< mi ('ting to discuss than the supply. With this In campaign to force n state law.- the tools It has.-TallahitHseo Dem. :f ,;!. k'1 1ocrat :
ins :say ,I
e '' ,'i. Not many of those I buy up his 20 chain grocery : program plans flu the omll) vi,n-k l p, ( ;linn Fia.nk heads thecomnttee view.Interested Forest landowners Service officials urge St Petersburg Tlmi. __ .u. _..__. ___ __ I! 1 t"w" 't,
to pluce u .u --- -- ----- ,
;lltj T" know what the word stores at a sheriff s sale, has also as h.iumnn National Chuirm.m, John Hamilton and other requirements .. f 11 I "e ; ':
!' with their State Foresters 47,
M..'1)) tern them it a anI I been mentioned as another one J leaders arrived and the I'ountable\ sessions got under way. Photo '
'nnl us early as: possible in order
,vian' word meaning ready and willing to go to the I shows Dr. Glenn Frank, center, discussing program plan with three that amounts be i :
I pio-iated! may
n, \ or council. Adopted I hustings.So i members of the large committee. At the left Ex-Governor o!: Connecticut decided well In advance of plant- For Expert RepairingSmith's Ii tL

,n cnkMsh; It came to mean a FIOf'lda's voters will do well John H Tiumbull; Di. Thomas J, Reed ( Standing rear) Ing time ,

''Ir, rmnon pleas, of prote to keep a keen eye on all these OOP program, director of studies; and Mi Frank AlUchul right In older to assist landownerswith { ..

[ \upeal from the decision men during the coming mont.hs.Mllybe New York bankei technical phases of their ,,
\ iff" Later, in London, we'll see some: real politics i -' .
i ,
n planting program a pamphlet, "
,n''d the platform of in the making while watching I GarageDAY JJ"'i'f .
leiiini "Planting Southern Pines recommending ,
\ jildno' ..h"'e, the Mayor and their checkerboard moves listen- UED OS Will n: FOR LICENSESTALLAHASSEE. : MIV-.IOV: 1IXI.LM) and explaining the i( ( ; {
ing to their speeches at civic clubs
Her rfiicinl held court, and from KlorlUa's T.IIn'u: most successful methods of plant-

Itch andidates for parliament and baby christenings and feeling 1939 automobile license tags will W A. Scott, of Orlando led 1 the Ing has been prepared by the Forest 120 NJarT-PJlONE; 31 "I 't I ';,. :; ,,1 .::J

dressed the electorate. Hence, their ,hand hakes and backslaps break away from, the color motif j Bible study and conducted the musical Service and may be secured '

cam< tl. mean any place where The voters can shake which has been the rule during the | at the Mission Hall. Tuesday free by addressing u card to the Wrecker Service Day or Night 'j'r-) :

,lltlcal speeches were heard hands and listen, and watch with past few years. The new color j night. The topic of the study was State Forester or to the Regional : : .

t ,e political) arena the stamp- tongues in cheeks saying, "We design will be led figures on a "Saved to Serve." The Scriptureswere Forester U. S. Forest Service At- I

"5 ground of the politicians. And know what you want!" : white background, D W. Finley.I beautifully unfolded by the lanta Georgia, requesting thu Department -. ,::1 : 9i 9icry '

thai s where we're going I Motor Vehicle Commissioner announced speaker of Agriculture Leaflet : -- I .t \
) f : i
For amusement's I 15 ,
'' last week. Another {
mstings. No. 159. .
[t to 'tit In t the song service the U *
sake, we'll discard I in the of the license .
change design + r
Just was assisted: by Raymond J. Gomes --- ( m
the serious of UKUAItK OF "MJCKl'I.NGTABLETS": ; i ;
aspect tags will be placing and size of
First, to lay a at the piano and the young
background for some /? politics If it ,, the letters used to Identify the :, people formed a very enthusiastic \ j : "
has one to pull I typo of motor vehicle for which : The recent death of two St. ;
Pro; '
I of the future developments choi'us, There were three special 1
In Florida Fun n chestnut out of I the tug In Issued. These letters I I numbers, : a -olo, by Mr Gomes; a Pttgrsburg residents focuses attention "
"' the "now it can be will be considerably larger than' upon a growing menace In \ :,
politics, there are a duet by Mr Scott and Mr ; I,
1 few names we told" fire. This tale comes from those previously used and will be and a duet by Mr Stott und JohnPowell. our community- use of barbi-

/' should learn nnd rem former governor John W. Martin, I placed between the designating I I turic acid compounds as sleeping ; ."'
who was also the innocent victim. aids. : .
number and the license number 'i n,
W should watch them work the
:Mr. Scott among l.JI
It seems that near the close of Instead of before the designating These pills are hablt-foimlng l
en 'l\ during the coming 'i Young People of Orlando is aderponi"K I .1'
Martina\ term group'of rule and dangeioua. "A majority of .
as governor a number as: has been the In pastY : 'f.
use it Is very probable of the spiritual life Asa
citizens from a West Florida )I at's. The designating numbers !; persons who come to me are Pili"Ual I : ; '"
e mil list contains the leader and l counsellor he has I ) ,
county came to him In behalf of a1! used on the 1939 license tags will addicts, says a well-known : '
.m'' (onda'8+ next governor. many' friends among them and ; '
fellow townsman who wanted the I be the same as used in 1938; that specialist in the south. : \ ::
I, : with there's the re- many othersvheievei he goes The worst phase !Is use of the \ ; ,.
county clerk's Job there, succeed is Dude County will have designating v ,
ur, Pat Whittaker, the ing a clerk who had died in har- number 1, Duval County num- 'J"lh..t'IIUdl'\ preparations by alcoholic victims. 1:1: ;:: : : < ..',!

mm1'1[ .-irel of Hlllsboroughm ness. Martin listened to their ber 2, Hlllsboiough County, number "Belter Things' was the subject They usually begin taking the pills: ;, t

". !politics" : young Charlie pleas, found their selection gener- 3, and all the remaining counties of Friday night's meeting at the to get over the Jitters, and end \ I'; ,i :

',itrn-1, ,'I t Vero Beach, state head ally agreed upon by other political will have the same numbers as Tabernacle J. T. Quigley was the up by adding them to the liquor t \ >> /

( n ''unlor Chamber of Com- bigwigs In that county and before. speaker and 1depply spiritual which tremendously Increases the ''cw' !i1/ !

ere ':'laude Lee, a youthful made the requested appointment. + service: WitS enjoyed, Mr. Gomes alcohol's kick."Ninety : '

lmb> of, the Gainesville polltiI Before many months had passed -. conducted the song service percent of the ha- >I

,I tree 'Homestead Bill" Hodges though, practically that same committee I (, .\UU OP THINKS The public is invited to partic- bitual drunkards In Plnellas County .; ;, ,
f Tallahassee' B. F Paty West tore into the governor's We heartily thank every mem- ipate in this fellowship again next are users of these pills," a lo i :1,1 1a t 1

'aIm Beach and Dan Chappell, office again, hair standing on end ber of the Woman's Missionary Friday night at eight clock. cal judge declares I 9 9I

arm a triumvirate needing and confessed their new county Society of the Methodist Churchof When used with liquor the pills I !,

o Introduction to Florida's voters; clerk had turned out to be an exfederal Starke for the many beautifuland summer home of Judge and Mrs. cause a stupor that sometimes
tate Senator Robert Black of useful gifts which were pre- lasts a week. Eventually It results 1&n
and had been deprived
prisoner, A. Z. Adklns. ..
sented at the linen shower given j
..ilnesvllle; the luckless Mark of his citizenship. ?und Children in serious ailments. IttGeb <
; I last week at the Kingsley Lake Mrs. E. M.
ucox, West Palm Beach; the
Their confession revealed a seri "

ally disconsolate Dave Sholtz, ous situation. No deed that clerk -. .- :. I 1

t Jacksonville, Daytona Waah- had recorded, no marriage licensehe ,

{ton, or what have you; and R. had issued, no contract he had

., (Lex) Green fifth district con- signed no official act of any I i
'essman. Martin
sort was legal. was ,
Each of these men baa confided faced with a real problem. If the /';,

intimates his eyes are upon the official were kicked out, and the ey OV'.s 'WI ....0 ; $

ivernor'a chair In 1940. Senator facts disclosed, the county wouldbe Music feature It: Photo Syndicate \L" ..... \I {I .'
lack wanted to get in the last In a legal tangle taking yeara r:<.lle\ '(.. r J" f" ,
the consciousness of long- ':
of June In 4
the enduring glamour
uberaatorlal but Illness and "
race to unscramble. And not the least DESPITE r
) but handful of copyrighted numbers \.0 ateAb Q So' j te
there are. urpnsingly. a :
heavy field discouraged him. danger was the possibility of a with titles pertaining to June. The belt known and the mow popular, I <" a ere ,,'\\: # '! ,I
tarlle Mitchell baa been quietly made up of supposedly mar- <
pone <
June lungf 'a occanonat revliali: : without causing'a '(\ \ei'e y9Q! e!> j r f 1
illding: his political fences for a ried couples just advised they had even combined' \ $ ;

ouple of years now and is re- been living In sin, Bringing up I II' with another' tuna general of today earache.ore killed The off popular with'" I Reer 0' j reco \(eye I Aterit

arded as a sure shot candidate. most county officials for revenge! ; io mOllth-January.1 each concentrated fervor that they I o ti ", 1., I I

Bill Hodges will undoubtedly try Finally Martin defied the committee '. s It is Robin and stay killed. i 4. . ,bS'b' ,e ill. ,0 I ,
It t If Ramger* ditty, "t>''Ne9r0 ......tf> j0v\ & ,
again he runs Into no pit- and refused to oust the I 11-e'-" 'lI-- V (
In I
'ills at the next legislative ses- 'I He told them frankly "June" Janu- 0'e e....... t ote !
clerk. why .1 ,
l ary. In this song: One baa only to recall such recent :1 ,; o,; e t
wn, Pat, \vhitaker believes he and pointed out the man had less V January.emata captivating melodies as "Smoke Gets \.Q'C teJe: >' ,,0't Jr ,\o ce''!> o.- > ....0
his former but now to He r off "Cheek to Cheek.", o l' '(. '\) : ",- \ ; ,
friend than a year remaining serve me to come in Your Eyes r .. c\\:1:jOa CJ 0' : ,.I
mortal : best "Canoca." "Blue Moon" "Did You I O "O..., ( ,\\\e ) ,I
political enemy in Tampa advised them to see to It the clerk' 'o :
'eter 0 Knight lashed to the was not re-elected to his post. I "kbe:: "June Night"by Ever See a Dream" Walking' r -#pertdo '... : .\1' 'bo \. .11} I "
Abel Baer and "Cocktails for Two. "That Old t eJl err it1,I I ;
nut ; ;>
at last t, and make the'ace drew to oW :
may So Martin's own term an Louis Reid Cliff Friend. another Feeling" "Remember Me." to be a e ''b"i : I {,

[ he was fearful to risk In 1936. end and he aspired to the post of I I veterdn impressed by the completeness of II III that \.0 Oett.t : .....'t. >; \Jo... \ ,
*t Green In an "off the record"ilk United States Senator. And when ,,I aongwntmg team ia the next most the microphone massacre. And now '> oS Q'boV -e'bo) +o

to a group of Florida demo his campaign tour came to the j popular "June" tune according to I joining them in oblivion i ia that : ,e ,\, e.1'4.' !t 'l"'Q, ...\O 0'" ,. Jl : I
I '
rats' recently announced so blunt- county In question, he found solid '. the industrious Statistics of the spirited chorus of"Walt DilneY'1dwarfs. tirac...r. i ,;.,t-'f. 1.' e: "t .....('to>( e : !

\r&e was an aspirant that several and heart breaking opposition I American: Society ol Composers "Heigh Ho. I 01'; ..... co e .... cP: .....e '4.. "t"e '; "
''his I Authors and Publishers. number that in its expression I t. e ,
friends have already begun there because he had refused Here la a 1.\ '( 't .. .s jrot ,
; I Ie
"Give me a June night moonlight I of the joy of living is of I lr !f' ...... .. ri-e i\ o ....,!>. '
'umpnign .
.* for the congressional to remove the questionable county | and you"-went the refrain. are. sheer inspiration. It has lift and lilt. \ .co 1' \. c:. ....i "'I. '
> nr will 1 have to abandon. clerk. And here's the payoff quest easy of attainment to the poet It turns op the rem, .. .;> t : I

It already being rumored that when the votes were counted laureates of Tin Pan Alley. r-; corners of your .... e".e"ti.... re o ..0 oe' ........1l.( .' j : IL:'

Governor Cone's mantle !is being Martin had lost that county ) 'p / mouth warms .0VJ, '(.....i. ., .... .','' \eUo,;... "of'r > 2Co '\ c"c: ".,',\I. :' '.'. '
altered of
to fit Tampa's Whittaker but the clerk had been re-elected I the cocklta elf 1' \'bo. \
although Cone's as is tremendous majority'! Then there are such title at ?" '. your heart seta ae' ''' \a et i( gii c: 't o ire Iy Jk
support g
by a cc \
"June Pastoral", the rather obviouS :
the feet'to'tin- ; ..
i";>y incumbent's will be a dubious As usual though, Justice pre- suggestion that "June Time It Love tr.+' gling. Jt deserves -,-JeotrJ; 't; OU IVY, ...... : et9' t. Jtie't'." tJ1''bo t\ii'4'
in the next race. Too the vails even In politics. A few I Time", Charles Wake/teld Cadman' 'I to endure. j ra wr.ee"t i\robti do I I','f

1Imors hint of anothed extended months after the successful clerk "June on the Boulevard". "June Radio (WlllaThem'Off e V' a3 see op'f 9...rt. :.r\, \-b>i1J."O..e ,' !{i',
"''Ping nnnd going to Miami's Dan began his new duties, state auditors i Will. Come Again", "June Moonrtse' 1. ,"+t star9lr op O rarnt e tre
: "June Brought the Rotes" and t" e "it!i \
and this time his books found "
behind credited checking al I in two instances lust the one word."JIIU" But It la not' ; o $ '
that hand Is ton shortage of several thousand Ttchatlowtky wrote one of o destined to en sot e" sldatoatoea; t9c: ': 't" !t' 1
toi cinuJe Pepper. Pepper lars. The clerk's lot was trial for these in Ms barcarolle ot the seasons -'f"" '"-' dure. Radio and e ..' v! ) J

tee already, Indicated he Is not embezzlement and Jail! at Raiford Ralph Rain;... Its repetition are k4tire9 'lI-- \ e f i 'i ;

verse 'a, dabbling in strange pol'Ita. where he Just recently completed I May Neglected. A.3.C.A P seeing. _to that:: i I : 3. ., .. .'" \1 ..:...-. ". L
i vmca, emulating Presl- his "term." haa been particularly t n mt n raora i ; ''R
May not c:; (
I I001'SEY'S weeks It will be completely! India1 1 1 I ri
productive of song-writing inspiration ; ; 'j
Save for Sigmund Romberg's putably dead 0"I I I' i
WAT BEACH I the popular songs I \\Iil. I
BROOK FARM operetta salute to May time. there! Is werecbornr before radio. They can ) ; : f
Mr.* Floyd 1 R. cor. Miss Efflo Crawford, Cor. little of consequence In musical records revived fairly steadily e \: tO' \ 4r I
Crosby e
be-and are- t tVee0 "
< 0 'I
pertaining to May April tares ). ; c:; -+oOtr 9 'I H' !, ,' ItI
without showing/ wear and tear, the r .
I e ,
much better And sin does September .'..\ tieCe.9\) '
KcIIy-Uooda! J. S. Rosier was a business visitor Still the leading April aong e :
: ? JYee J g ;
rCJje :
Ia this group are such tunes 1'- 'io ,
.,11 t n (K.'liy. and Miss Bernice to Lake City last week. I ta "April Showers", but then it Is Band", I \,\ \ ,0 : O'" I
"Alexander'sittgtime o
'\K.US! were quietly married Sat- Mr and Mrs\ C E. Crawford i a favorite number In AI Jolaon'a as"Walt Till the Sun Shines, Nellie", I bin" \.e # ey't .. \\efl \t t, 7t'J l ''

;y" night, July 30 In Starke. attended the funeral repertory fie more than anyone the "They Didn't Be. > ". or "t> 'I !,
and family '
t\\P e ti ..0 ; teteJ
else keeps It perennially popular. have "Tea !! e't
E L.I for Two" "Ol' Man j : ,
\ie K. Perryman performed Sunday of her niece, Mrs. G And why not? Me". ; I 1C\3 $; r r'l' !.
," ceremony In the presence of a Arnold, of DeLand. The funeral ) It waa specially ( ., PainteduDelI"e"My"Wedding of i I ...".1J; Il.'tQ \rge1 I '
Ultimate friends. I was held at Fort Call cemetery, j written for him 'a ( Man"M lose ...otCe.. t6'9"t ':
Mr Kelly Dukes [ by Louis Silvers # 9 / :
is the of Mri near r "
l Jutah son and Bad De Two veteran m mica I comedy SRJtr .v.r'e: Vf ,
I\lly! Kelly, and the late Allen Mrs. J. L Gaskhw, of Water 1 Sylva. was the a'' Stars. Joe Catcthorn and Richard ,ae 1 '

'er 411sa Woods is the daugh- Oak section, was visiting friend. bit of his revue Carte, are working in Hollywood ....... 1"I, I'tit
of the late Mr and Olr8. John and relatives here last week. ."Bomoo" w' but where art Lulti Olater and< t: '
ImdS) of Brlcevilie. Duke J The two 'L'
She has been Robert Crawford was ft visitorto Vernon a Bessie Wynn/ v"

'I king and' *tier slster-ln-law home with her broth- Jacksonville Sunday ?and Mon- and bursr'a E."April Y Har-in + concert performance< Hart always in America tinny out whose the, -TO WHICH IT IS OUR VERY GREAT ,PLEASURE JO .. 'f J I

lie !In Jockaonfor Parla"Is another s Standing Room Onlu" sign are I,
1t, the past few yeara. day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, sprightly April Josef Sofmann and Frit Krtiller, THANKFULLY AND REVERENTLY MUTTER "AMEN !I" 1 ',. !
U A Crosby and children Mr. and Mra. A. J. Yarbough and 1 Pi.. 1<.'1 ;t .No bonds flay, < a* loud or ae fait ;. I
Chalk' aua< Pansy attended the Rudolph Chlam and K. C. __ tr. at those of the circus Roof get'': ii: ,t

take, It Pine Grove Church Sat- family Branch, were I ."April dhoto Leo Robin dent are being spruced up for eves !if I
all of Gum ; i
Keene, .
Itda 0, visiting Mr. and Mra. R. N. ,Craw- i vantage u," had/ over one ad it*: 'A 8.C.A,Pi Jimmy mite orchestra Dorsey, nobasdman, ha: The Bradford County TelegraphSTARKE I ''I"

Bennett, who has spent ford and family Sunday afternoon. present teatonat r<<"af,. H was pen- penned a dirty called "I Love You
v past' month in Jasper, returned red ana presented in the days ft* in Technicolor.: It ieUI probably "
tia home M4 not gaffer the blight- / tonge "/, I'I'Lave 1
here last radio,
week. (I tort Love YounBlack and FLORIDA :
White". 1
.1 San Marino, a tiny country tag repetition that the microphone '
a1G. R. Kelly spent last Sun- in Black and Blue", amiof
hits. BeMcaiM Von .
southeast of Ravenna. .teitov/t/ today on song I
Lake Butler with her par- about 10 miles In '. U VM not dinned< to death in court, "I l.otl'.7ov.tll.R.4J I'
-II. Mr. Italy. Is the oldest republic : Bl.," ---------- --------- ---------, ... '
and -
White --- ---- =
"- and Mrs A. L. Drig..4. the world. 'it mottjgofnlar/ fjrtod: U..can. ... -- ,,
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,,. i t.,,;''S' '.h. 'i' PACK Forn: BRADFOItn cot NTY TELEfiL1P11. STAKKB! FIORIDV I FKID._ .\\'. \t ,.t _,1.1t. i IU38

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]: Fine: :Meetings Held Dyrd-Shaw I METHODIST CHl'KCItWorship "'_
,i : services will be conducted ::
1 : D.v- Baptist Circles Mis P. S. Crews of Raiford, ', In the Flist Methodist I I I Peter was crucified with bis : rAVOk ( F

A the of her : Church on Sunday morning at 11 i hand downward in Rome.
'$ oc/et < licitNumbiT One of the Bnp- announces marriage
Rev. Andrew was crucified In Achaia.
A flat Woman's Missionary Society niece, Miss Lorene Shaw, of La- o'clock by the pastor, the In Phryglu. : RECIPES( ;
'Frank Robinson The subject for Phillip was hanged _
i wax Monday afternoon
I Crosse, to Sammie C Byrd, of Atlanta adminIstration I Bartholomew was flnyed (Ito -----
the morning will be the -
.t by Mlas Amy Moore and her slater -
Ga. The ceremony was performed I take off skin) alive by 1
Mrs Paul Raymond, at their of the sacrament of the flay Chaaxe ire IAv ( mtu. ,
I I July 3, at the home of the of Armenia.
Approaching :Marriage ,: :.Mrs. Sewell: Is! Hostess! hospitable country home I Lord's Supper The full ritual of Our recipe for this ,", ,1. .
I Mrs L. G. Powell, circle leader, Judge J. R. Townsend/ In Lake the Methodist Church will/ be used Thomas was run through the submitted<1 by Mis' n i I' .'
?''t Of Miss Redgrave At Afternoon Party i presided over the devotional! andI Butler, where the couple will make and will be supplemented with responses I body with a lance in the East In ter. We've had ,ieqimtH I I'' ."
f x To Mr. Torode Announced] Mrs W. B. Sewell was at home I business meeting, and at this time their home. Mr. Byrd Is employedIn by the Choir. Instrumental dies. recipe several times but .,1 t :r
I plans were made for the social music will be given by Mrs. James was thrown out of the recently when 'J.1
Tuesday afternoon from 3:30: until Lake Butler and Is a former Mr i ,
1>fr. and Mrs. A. W Redgrave at the Fri F. H. Long A special vocal selection and stoned also beat over served ,r
5.30: o'clock to( receive her meeting pastorlum on Marine. temple some of them,' "?,I"i ,.
announce the engagement and approaching friends and Introduce her visitors, day. A half hour was spent in will be rendered by Choir. the head with a club. were simply swampi ,d i u m, i "

marriage of their Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and Mrs Kyle making purple and gold bags( to Food SaleMembers The Church School will meet at Labbaeua was martyred In Persia asking for the recipe t,, t"t,, :,,?,"i;t.

daughter. Lulu Ray, to Mr. William Gilleapia, of Lee burg. hold the offeiings for the Golden I 10 o'clock. A special invitation but it Is not certain just how. llnhed We are Indn-il, ..' ,d i, ,1.l,[ b
Edwin Tot'orle, son of :Mrs. of the adult Sunday )
Jubilee. members extended not only to the childrenand Mrs
Eighteen were Simon crucified In Judea or Carpenter fori' i ,
was 'n
Mrs. Sewell used red roses and ''II'1'K ,I ,
W E. Torode and the late Mr present and two( visitors and a School I class of the Methodist young people but to the adultsas Persia. the Telegraph A
Toro e.Miss. crepe myrtle In decorating her Church will conduct a ,food sale, session. The
and meetingwas well to attend this 2 _
profitable enjoyable cups grated che oVA
home for this delightful afternoon Judas Iscarlot was a suicide and
I Redgrave, a charming and held.During. I Saturday, August 13, beginning at adult classes will be taught by cup butter
. 1,1; attractive brunette was a mem party. the social period the nine clock.. Proceeds from the Mrs. J. W. White and Mr. W. B. hanged himself 1 cup flour
The their arrival will be for the John was the only! apostle who
sale used
/, ber of the 1034 graduating class guests upon hostesses served refreshing fruit organ Sewell. 1 teaspoon salt
were greeted informally by Mrs. fund. died! a natural death, In Ephesua,
of the Bradford County High punch and a salad course. The evening session of tho but he tortured by being >i teaspoon red p< pp,?,
; Sewell and the honorees. was
{. School Since graduation she has Young People's Division will meetin % cup nut meats ,
't ; Into laige kettle of boiling finch chop i,
, spent her time here and In Peters Mrs L D Vining assisted Mrs Circle Number Two met at the freshments to Mrs. A. H. Green Church School rooms promptly placed a Sift flour and add '"'d

,;t I burg, Va., where she was always Sewell In entertaining and serving I home of Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie at 7 o'clock A renewed Inter- oil. Exchange. nuts, and cheese. Add"mil I"i p.|, ,I"; ",'.

"; an asset to the younger crowd. her guests. at the State Farm Vases and Ritch, Miss Olive Ray, Mra S. A. est in the woi'k of the young peo ed butter and mnk<. nit,I" .:.;
'r v
Mr Toro e was also a graduateof Mrs. Cottrell was presented I bowli of lovely zinnias were used Weldon, Mrs L 1>'. Smith, Mrs. ple is being shown la the two I Place In refrlgctatoi mi I ,,,.
>J ?1 : + the Bradford County High with a piece of Indian pottery and as decorations in the living and K. K. Perryman, Mrs M. B. Her- group session that is now being nine through twenty-five overnIght.Slice .

,,1 Vlrfl f School In the class of 1935 Since Mrs Gillosple was given a linen I dining rooms. long. Mrs. J. H. Fields Mrs. J. held each Sunday night. I The Intermediate Department, thin and hiki, ,,, .
:iJ" graduation he has been connectedwith handkerchief as gifts of remem- The devotional W. White, Mrs. A W Anderson, I ages thirteen to sixteen, of the B. u I
service led erate
I was Special emphasis will be given oven until //I I'glll'>;i i i,,, ,
E Ea 1', ; the Torode Chevrolet Co., brance from their hostess by the elide leader, Mrs J. M. Mis A. F Sauls, and Mrs J. A to congregational singing at the | T. U Is conducting a Study Course -- .

u and at the present time he Is manager About twenty guests called dur- 'I Btownlee who read the 18th chapter Martinez, of Tampn. evening Worship service which this week which will Initiate sev- W.C.T.U.
Intermediate and
vial of the boys
of this company ing the afternoon to meet Mrs of St. Matthew and also of- Circle Number Two was entertained meets at 8 o'clock. The subject j .
, Both AIlsH fledjrave and :MrTorode Cottroll and Mrs GlllespleA I fared prayer The business session by Mrs. L. S. Hutto, and will be "Following Jesus" gltls! Into( the work of the Training The weekly mi > tins. ''I'i .q
1 I | Union, and will others to C. T. U will be ,
also brlght-hued zinnias were the flow prepare held .1' i I' ,t...
hav' friends throughout presided over by
hl4f'1 many i The mid-week Prayer meeting i| hold offices In the Union. of ::Mis, R. L..
I--- n- I < Kemp I Fns! ,
i thin and other parts of the Sun London virtually Mrs Brownlee. Mrs S. L. Peek ers used to decorate the living L'' 'e1 I
service will be held l on Wednesday Several of the older members of P M All ,
+ stute who will be interested to starts at 1 P. M, Saturday. Moot secretary, repotted the July room where the guests assembled 'I membpl's1"i ; l ,
evening at 8 o'clock Circle No the B T U. will leave for DeLand be
] learn of their engagement. of the stores and office close then I ing and the treasurer, Mrs. Mrs L. A. Davis, circle chairman, I present.
meet-I 1 of the Woman's Society _
Missionary next Tuesday afternoon, where II .
The date of the wedding will be and the city takes on a funeral ,I Wall gave a report, stating presided over a short business :
announced later. I air I the circle had given its meeting heard reports and trans- / will_ have____charge_.__ of_uu the____program ._- they will attend the Annual As- Dandruff Is bellevcdsembly i, '1'1 i r ya
i -I, wards sending ; girl to the Baptist acted -current affairs- pertaining oi the evening everyone.. of Young People nt John I tor 90 per cent of t",iv;s "?if 1 "1'1.'
Invited to attend these constructive -
t B. Stetson University ness.
, AsHembly in DetfancI, from to the circle
helpful, and worthwhile mid-
August 9 to 18. The personal service Mrs. L. C. Ray had charge of week services

t ta tq h WE'LL BEAR WATCHING! I chairman gave as the special the program and called on Mrs. The Board) of Stewards of the

work for August, "Visits to the tell the
Frank Robinscn to story Church will meet on Tuesday Mr. R. A. Woodsis
sick and the strangers." of "The Cross over Siva," which night for their regular monthly

The flower committees for Au she did In a most entertaining business the I
a meeting under chairmanship no longer connected with this firm
gust are as follows: First Sunday: manner. This Hindu temple, whichis of W P Smith. This i
FROM NOW ON Mrs J. M Biownlee Mrs W. L. now surmounted by the cross, meeting will be held In the parsonage I ,

''''{ I' Wall. Mrs W G. Strlngfellow has been presented to Southern at 7:30 o'clock. i ,

rth + Second Sunday: Mrs Ray New- College at Lakeland, as a memorialto _. GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC

,h t I some, Mrs A O Andreu, Mrs I Dr. Fred B. Fischer, former HM'TlNf Clinti
. Thelma Dinklns, Mrs. W. B. Mun- BI hop over India. '
A of
subject unquestioned importance -
.rcal' ; ; NEW SURPRISES IN STORE I I dy. Third Sunday: Mrs. Orle Wiggins I Mrs. Ray conducted the Bible will be introduced into 'I

11; I Mrs T. K. McClune, Mrs. lesson taken from the book of the morning Worship Service at Hamilton Owner
,i S L. Peek Fourth Sunday: 'Isaiah, and was assisted by Mrs the Baptist Church on Sunday i i Guy ,

10ato R. G Kldd, Mrs Emma Mrs'j A. W. Redgrave Mrs. W. H. when the sermon will be directed |

I I Mrs E. E. Canova, Mrs Smith, Mrs. S. S. Dowling Mia to the question, "What was Jesus' ,

Hemingway I Pearl Slmpxon and Mrs W S. Attitude toward the Privileged?" I

I : Plans were made for the business Stronun The Meditation Talk All members of the Church are requested i

Li &0 j I and program meeting to be was taken from "The Upper to attend, and visitors are I' MAPS PLATS SURVEYS
"I I held at the church the third Monday Room," and was given by Miss Invited to worship with them At

NEW STYLES IN STOCK i I in August Cuba and Mexico Amelia Ray the Evening Service, 8 o'clock, the

atf tor being the subjects to be taken up. The hostess, assisted by her sermon, based on Luke 14:25-30, I', JOHN O. JACKSONCIVIL
/ After prayer by Mrs A. A Dur- daughters Misses Edna and Garnets will be given under the title, "Sky-i
rvp''!, 1 1f II den a half hour was spent in sewIng Hutto, and granddaughter, shy! and Sky-scrapers." I ENGINEER NO. 162J 1

gold colored bags to hold the Sharon Hall, served a tempting Ice The Sunday School meets LAND SURVEYOR NO. ]62

f "Golden Jubilee" offering, which course to the following guests: promptly at 10 A. M, and is graded I]

"y will be brought in at the party Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Mrs. L C. to teach all age-groups from I

ilea given by Circles One and Two for'I Ray, Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. the Cradle Roll to the Adult M. G. MCMILLANFIELD

, EVERY TIME YOU ENTER Circle Three, at the pastorlum Friday A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. W P. Smith, Classes. MANAGER:

t llrCi afternoon, August 5. Mrs. Hogan Smith. Mrs. S. S. The Baptist Training Union I

, ,i,1 THECLARJEAN The hostess served Ice cream Dowling, Mrs. Pearl Simpson, meets promptly at 7 P. M on Sun

t tr ; ?. and cake to( the following persons: Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. L. A. DavIs day evenings and is made up of ,_____ ________ _n _. _ __ _.__

t. SHOPPE Mrs. Mae Edwards, Mrs. Orle and Miss Amelia Ray. j BYPU groups for all ages from I ,:" .:. : ., .

Wiggins; Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mrs.
t- FOR FLOWERS PHONE 97 OR 34 ANYTIME O. A. Andreu, Mi's. Ray Newsome,,

r Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. W. U Wall,
------- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and three ,

visitors: Mrs. L. E. Jordan, Mrs. DRUG STORE

Ralph Cox and Miss Cox of the /

i'x la r HALL'SWEEKEND i I I State Circle Farm.Number-Three was entertained -::";.;... tfft&k.: ;**5?*,.*.t ,aM Y"L yfurie 'r.' '.."oIi., ;: < :L

I by Mrs P. M Barefoot AMERICA"may have a special in a brief and appropriate: mui-

and Mrs. W. B. Alexander, at the in honor of cal theme. .,___ CARPENTER'SAll
i't home of the former, which was John Howard Payne, author of
-" "Home Sweet Cllrrent'Jthere', no popular tony
made more attractive with cut .,.. *
Home." The title containing the word "rOlllld'ij
I flowers and potted plants. Village Board of vet ita a word that usually crop

A, CASH SPECIALSGrocery Mrs. L. A. Canova, circle leader, East Hampton, vi once or twice a season. Bestf
conducted the devotional service 1>' '. L. I., has peti.. known songs in this category ar,. I in / A thrifty buyer' opportunity Millions of

& Market Lunch Room and used Incidents in the life of >a:. tioned Washington loet"The loaf "Round Up.Go"" "Music Round i people take advantage of this National Sale. No sales to deal
the Peter and the authorities to Round "Merry Limit refusal while stocks
apostle members | ers. rights. Buy early are complete
have ii- '' Broke Down. "King Around GRosllI
t Near Seaboard Station I a stamp
6 "t joined In discussing Peter'lIcharacter. :.1 "
l '. sued commemorating / "Round and Round the ,. ,
I the 250thanniversary Mulberry Bush.;' "East Side, West _
H - ----- -
I ''b..O' Side. All Around the Ton;' "I've
During the business session of- of ENOUGHTOlAlTmWTOFmnARffa
'.r I FLOUR, Guaranteed, 24 Lbs._ _--_ -. 58c I ficers and committees reported I j. 'Lha the erection ofPayne's Got a Rainbow 'Round My Shoul .
& "" der. In olden times they used to
ua' I 20 Lbs. 50c j i and It was voted to send money to horn W
eq,i t'h ___ Locale Reid John Howard have the roundelay.
y one girl at the Arcadia Orphans Payne was born I II MAMMOTH BOX fn azr. %
Home to help out on at .
' ) v I MEAL, 10 Lbs. ____ ___________ 19c the AtHC-mbly at. DeLand expenses; also to in building East which Hampton erected in 1791 in 1689.in the is I With from recitals the coming foremost in quick bands succession and- < Bath& Powder u ,

sa give four dollars toward a scholarship now maintained as a Memorial concert artists, America is now ab -j ; ,;

for one of our local girls. Museum. sorbing musical culture than After bath and rub-down
r' LARD Lb. more your ff fj ti \ J yyou'll
Compound, ___ ______ 9l/2c in all the from
Eleven members attended this The Only Happy King years Washington to '
thrill to the caressing fK WW MO''
meeting. The circle will rnret In Wilson. -
Dance music, popular old '
PEARL GRITS 10 Lbs 20c September' with Mrs G.V.. Alderman time songs fragrance of this bath powder. 3? SrLargt U i
________ songs variety programs, musical That girls rarely go In for orchestral /_
novelties, semi-classical
ensemble careers Is proved by
j : ---A-- and comedy skits are popular In the scant number of girls' bands. S/'itPerfumtcf $1) pint sue Calorex< ,
; RICE Blue Rose 5 Lbs 15c .
________ the order given with radio listeners Two notable the
Circle : caRes are
Meetings organizations Oatmeal
--- --- according to recent broadcast
"I of Phil Spltalny and Ina Ray p : Vacuum Bottle

OLEO BUTTER, 2 Lbs. __ _____ __ 25c I Well Attended ers' surveys Mutton. Their ranks will soon I *
The of
kings the
, Circle Number One of the _" dance: bands are be augmented by Ramona. former Keeps liquid
--- --- -- -
,, the real monarchs hot
only pianist with Whlteman. or cold for
'' ki' BACON, Best Side, Lb. __ ___ 13c Woman's Missionary Society of in the world today. So's. r"'" "" '"'-" "" '"'' who is now organizing Delicately scented. msnyhours. YiII '
the Methodist Church met Monday broad'casters. ,
t many persons an orchestra of her own.
---- -----
I afternoon at the home of Mr and advertisers. Innkeepers -
49 size Pack 5OO sheets
,, BANANAS, 4 Lbs. ___ _________ 15c Mrs Carl Johns with Mrs. Johns vaudeville and F A Hollywood song pint
--- and Mrs. O. L Haynes as cohosteises movie agents- rushing writer's. first end moat KLENZOFAC1ALTISSUES
e1Ad I MI3I SolutionandSOtptsizeFurefest 1 '
.i tor their services. Dance
Important duty when he :
'?1 l CHUCK ROAST Lb. 12'2cNO. Beautiful pink roses orchestra leaders, of all r "tea'
; ___ ._ _. __ Is commissioned to fash' I
and zinnias tastefully arranged those In the radio pa-// v ion tunes for a movie la They're! extra I .
I In vnses and bowls were placed] rode have profited most to make his melodies fit ; quality: ,tough, J.
2 STANDARD TOMATOES 6c II In the living room where the meet from the microphone '' t? ,,, the mood and action of w/ Rubbing i Alcohol I I lintleis, yet 21 'rt
--- | Ing was held. But the song writers the script, Tuneman M loft.Buy Now;!
who supply the raw ma Frank Loesser was recently
2 Lb. JAR PEANUT BUTTER ___ 20c 1 The program was opened with facial for the orchestral ordered to do the E.
: I' Pack I dozen exeHes
I'' ---- --.------ 1 i prayer by Miss Olive Ray, and followed mill still have to be content music for a picture )
BABY LIMA Northern Beans Lb. 4l/2c by a Bible study from with cakes and ale. ,. called "Spawn of the r' ;;;Jj/'r Sanitary
I'' "Sonss in the Night' by Mis J. Rare Is the song bit North You would
-- --- -- I W White. Mis E. K. Perryman that nets Its author think/ he would be You lave 40c on these Napkins S'
4 Jlmmle
| McHugh
X11 SALT I2 Lb. Pkg. _____ 3c more than 115.000. and stumped by the assignment. .
4't ___ I read an account of a wealthy Chinese that Includes sheet sales .A seA p Rill not r....aaDMi* I two outstanding prod- Soft,btorbint, IJ .;..
--- woman who became a life and phonograph royalties. lie fished hli1"11..piano came:; up I ucts during this sale. mug fining. 7...

''t, BRISKET RIB STEW, Lb. _____ 12'/2c I member of the Missionary Society with "iLlke, a Hump-Backed I ? o
No News of New York's Anthem
1 after which Mrs A. W. Anderson Salmon i i i t t I i'

Ff o' ; ''r ,' OAT MEAL, 2/ Lb. Pkg. __ __ 15c I About read the"What Liquor our Problem.Bishops" Mrs.Say Mayor It U' LaGuardia now more than startled II year the country since Jlur Sfcffugh-and. Harold Adam- 25ack 25Me<*for
q + I Leonard F. Smith told in an enthusiastic in general and the music world ton are writing the tunes for the' I Razor Blades J 9)t i I

l'' '1 TOMATO CATSUP, 14 Oz. bottle __ 9c I manner the story of the in particular with s clamor for II next Deanna Durtin picture "The
1 Hindu temple that was brought song "truly representative and typical Certain Age" Victor chert-- I 25t tube K/enzo

d + HONEY BOY Lb 15c I from India and presented to( It of New York." The. Even anthem in linger hit hat installed home a pipe. .organ 19 49> plckIOOp.rlert
: COFFEE, pure, ._ Southern College.Mrs. not forthcoming. the Hollywood Ht't Shaving Cream2&sattlkaysWHITE 39?
r1 .a_ ,.._ I stimulation of a prUe of >12.500. probably heard Ala "Uarchito on Aspirin Tab/eifs
w w Charley E. Johns circle: half to the composer and half to the fieri/thing but a pipe organ, and I-7
; I LOOSE GROUND COFFEE, Lb.__ ._ 9c I chairman, conducted the business lyricist offered by ASCAP throughits wants the' novel experience Biggest I I/V I zSld. m
i session. The circle was glad to President Gen Buck has not hit at the, recent Washington SHOE CLEANER : 17
r i produced s song which meets with press correspond*' dinner ft Ache!+ ...:ve Tep_
welcome as a new member, Mrs.S
; T-BONE STEAK, Lb. _ __ 17c Weldon Circle Number One the Mayor's favor, though thousand President Roosevelt teas a special I Scientific EZIGOGGLES
v A of manuscripts have been sub song, written By veteran tuntsmith. *. 39*
will be entertained by Mrs M. B. mitted. Pat Ballard. Called 'BonneniHt, Askor'g4-pagecirc'ular
CORN FLAKES __ ___ _____ 5c I
Fit on Tuesday, September Boulder and CON' '
___ ____ __ _____ __ ___ __ h Herlong To write a song "truly representative fun at the '' it poked slu, Comptteectrvx Sltowln9olitemsonsaleCord
6, the day being changed from and typical of New York." ddminatraton'fnterelr
I ., i u t QUICK SERVICE Monday because that U "Labor I IDRY" L. of course a task as difficult' of in dan civilisation builainyor at Racy providtd rontemiporary tlf Set''' .24 ant/spec fat coupon offer!
and a general holiday. I
of the
at penning
1 a> / FREE DELIVERY IN CITY LIMITS During the social half-hour the i I Great American NoveL Perhaps Button's excerpt front ad in band-mistress Variftyi "Qirl fro Trumt.pet Kay"u REMEMBER THE 3ax
t 1'I i 4i I hostesses, assisted by Mrs. C. E. I the town is too Dig too varied! too Player Wanted-U us t _Take. off

/ Johns, served delicious light re- I bgttarl.yg. ertnlto_ ._ +pfafl4 onLCIpy, DJ. -- J -_- A

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Mr* .1 I H Benson and !Mm.. Hll'laUIlp !- : Mr and Mrs. .1 H. !Sim' !II.> ol Mi.mil li. s. p V.mdivieri", spending i :\II I 'N :'0111I Jon.' Benson arrived I Mr and Mis 'I" Frank Landrum

B,'nee spent Sunday morn .. and, Mrs. Maude "Smith, (IfSummerfll'l.l. sevi-ial days here with MIHVnndiviero ... I'lItI.fllom, 'r.illahtiHwe. where !and children left I stay for Akron 'I: "
tag In Giiincuvtlli.- I, were vi'-itois, of Miami i and Mii. G W Alderman I she niti.n
Bits of I -.------ Mrs L. S. Hutto. .Sunday Dr. Vandlvlere is waiting Florida. State College for Women Lundmm's brother-in-law. and sis !':I'I "Ii"Iitel'
I -
I for a new assignment to an Army Miss Benson received her L. I. degree Mr. and Mrs, W. R Miner. ,'J'' I'' ,: :
Friends here of Mrs O. M. I "
Mrs. Walter Weauierly will post. from the college at the end, Mr. Landrum will return to Starke i i i
Coppa to know that she is I
I regret of the summer session. next week but Mrs. Landrum and! i :'01';
ill In leave the first of the week for her I J" I .
N Riverside Hospital. home! in BennetUville, S. C., after children remain for a month's I :d ::
IDeal I Mr*. A. H. Johns and eon L. M. ---- -- .
visit. \ 1 I
months here.
Miss Marx Beth' Williams of spending eighteen I Gaines, are upending this week In Mrs. G. D. Etchison, )Ellyn Faye :

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Daytona Beach, la the guest this Blowing Rock, N. C., n.i guests of Etchison, Mrs. J. E. Black, Jeanne .' I ':
CONCERNING: week of :MIss Clara Flume. Miss Lunell Stokes of JaCkson-I Mrs. Johns' brother-in-law and and Eugene Black, all of Atlanta Paul Knight who has spent the 1'1'' .- \ ,
PROGRESS; OP" TilE COUNTY AND TOWN ville returned to her sister Mr. and Mrs R. K. Mundorff. Ga? left Sunday morning after past three years In Cincinnati I, \1 i

William Duncan, of Jacksonville day following a brief visit with spending several days with Mr. Ohio attending the Cincinnati I;j i"
her mother, Mrs B. M. Fussell, Music, received, :-.
spent here With and Mrs. O. W. White. Mrs. Black Conservatory of 'r tl
Wednesday here. of Bachelor of Musio !; I Ion j, : \\1
his mother, Mrs. A. E. Wall. Mrs. J. B Sapp Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. White are cousins. degree I.,
-.I July 29. He returned j ,, '1''
L I. \D vining spent Mon- J. R. Boring, of Jacksonville, Miss has Mrs. Y. A. Harris, of Gainesville Mundy, Miss Dorothy Sapp, and Tuesday anlls spending his home't:'t: t;; .
u Dorothy Sapp accepted Miss Ellen Steele attendedthe Mr and :Mra. Charles Beasleyand \ t.
several spent Saturday here as the Mary '
Ksonville.ti spent days here this week. I lion with his parents Col. andMra. I't: ,! :
month's work In Tallahassee
a a guest of her son-in-law and daughter funeral services of Mr. Sopp'saunt two children, Sue' and Jean ',
D. E. Knight.
W. E. Middleton In the state auditor's office. Congressman. and Mrs. R. AI I Miss Nellie Hiers, In Black- of Lake Alfred, who have been ':;U u ..
Mrs --------
t t L. O. Hazen, of Gainesville, wasa Green shear, Ga., last Friday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- ,1 Ir I 1' I
In Jacksonville. Mra. J. D. Cottrell and :
pe Monday business visitor here Wednesday.B. Mr. and Mrs. T K. McClane ley, left Tuesday for Jacksonville, son '! t I
--- James Edward, and Mra. Kyle Gil- "
and young son were visiting relatives and down the East Coast '
\IHI-V Jo Krause of Tampa, In Gainesville Mrs. N. Sternberg Miss Ruth Major and Mrs. G. C Irwin and a trip lespin, all of Lvenburg were the !
g Tuesday to their home. .
R. before
,,, 'si of Mrs. Ethel Biggs Wltkovskl spent last Sternberg, and Lt. Ben Sternbergwere son, Gordon Irwin and daughter, returning. ._ guests the first of the week of J,
n Thursday In Jacksonville with -- --- --- I
---- guests Monday and Tuesday Miss Jean Irwin and Miss Ulna Mrs Cottrell's brother-in-law and I
friends. Ml*. K. Q. Duncan spent. Wednesday ] Miss Mnrjorle Stump, who Is attending I
of Dr. S. Sternberg of Dayton'lBeach. I
Manassa, spent several days this slater, Mr and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. i\\
in Gainesville as the guestof I III summer school at the
week Fernandina of Cottrell and James Edward,
in as guests Mrs. '
Mrs. L. Mr.: and Mrs. T. K. Duncan. Florida State for Womenat 1 I K
A. College .
Canova and ,
son I : Mr and Mrs. D. B. W ,lte. remained for a longer visit with '
Levy, spent Wednesday In Jacksonville II Friends of Sirs. J. )K Wilson' Tallahassee, and Miss Sara Sewell. I
I Mr. and Mrs
---- --
I Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. R. P. will be glad to learn that she Is Mr. and-Mrs C. F. Ward left Martini' Pyle of Valdosta, Ga.., _.______ .+_ ____ ''I.I f:
.. Demorest, and Mrs. K. Q. Duncanspent I the week-end) here with Miss
-- : improving after being confined to I' Tuesday for Marietta, Ga., where spent "Old Ironsides," moat famous of ", 1\\,, '4''
Mrs Annie Hanson left Satur- Monday in Jacksonville.. I her home several days because of Stump's parents Mr. and Mrs. F.F. J't 6
they will visit relatives for a few the frigates; In the Wnr of 1812 ; I ,
day for Baltimore, :Md.: tl) visit Miss Nettle Dowling is in Jack illness ,, days.. From Marietta they will go Stump. was built In the Boston navy yard :,t''" ,,,1\1\ r rIn

relatives. sonville visiting her uncle and ''to Maryvllle, Tenn., to visit Dr. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. S. Crews, of 1797. j I., ;
I '
--- Mr and Mrs. T. KlcClane:: .
and! Mrs. George II. Lowry. 'H', ;
Raiford, have as their guests this .
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James GoU- ,
Dr. S. P. Vandivlero made a bus- and son have returned to their i Windsor castle has been a residence I ",t ''.
w'k. Mrs. Crews' brother-in-law ; .
iness trip to Atlanta Ga., the first'of bold. home here after enjoying a two of the British monarchs "
Mis. C. S. and '
and ,
ANTED: Man, retired Lindsay and, sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.: W. J \
the week. I I'I week's vacation a t Keystone I Charles Lindsay Jr., and since the time Wllllnm the Con'J'J
.m.'ss wants room and Mrs. Hildiibelle Bence and Mrs. son, Wllilurd, of Auburndalc and also ( :a
''I i private family living I Heights. daughter Miss Evelyn Lindsay of two of her nieces, Misses Patricia queror. I,1 I s
J. H. Benson were visiting friends ______ I rr
P. E. Canova, of Orlando, : '"' -
t ./ill{ road Has a car spent In Gainesville Wednesday afternoon : WinHton-Salem N. C., are enjoy- Willlnnl, and Ruby Jewell Thorn In twenty-five ..llIteAln tha I, :
the week-end here with his wife Miss Martha Brownlee Is spending -;
bed if desired. No ob- ing a month's vacation at the j '
tush I ton of Auburndale. United States persons under sixteen : j,
and children. a month of August in Jacksonville ; _.
Children: but state howu Burns' cottage at Kingsley Lake of uffe lire legally pel'I' 1;' :.1
at Riverside Hospital, years
Tim Rev Frank Robinson,
u have with you. Address Miss of Archer I piut- mitted to drive automobiles.Tho 1, I..J' f ;
Betty Stone
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0 Tison of where she Is nurs- "
x Bradford County Tele- doing general Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eddy, of Tallahassee tor of the First Methodist Church ; :.
tiir and Alias Martha Lyles, of Jacksonville : r':
Bunnell, were guests of relatives : ing duty Mr. and Mrs. G Ballard will be out of the city from Mon- '
trap Itp are guests of Miss Jean fact that the coconut will J ,; ''M i i :<1'til
here recently. Davis Mr. and Mrs. M. Stapleton, and H.Hoering day through Friday; attending the float/ In salt! water for months. ?, '
i Miss Dorothy White is spending Gainesville, the Intermediate Christian Adventure 1 y
1.OS Young black sow, crop and : were without Injury to the seed is the 1 j. 'j j jreason "
HOOVER BROS. GREATEST her vacation In West Palm guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Camp which will be held at Camp
'. in one ear and straight for the wide distribution '
i Mr. and Mrs. Green McGrlff, of I J
SPECIAL Beach visiting at the home of her Jack Williams, tit Kingsley Lake. Foster under the ,direction of Miss : +
kpli "Ither If found please Modern, dainty portrait. Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof i I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. Margaret Turner Conference Director of the plant. .., .t t>. Ii;

nout sent Dell, Starke. ltp Entirely different from any Congressman and :Mrs. K. A. C. Bates. Mrs Jack Pickard and Mrs of Young: People's. WoikMi 1 '3

rtt aLE 1 Delco Lighting plant, "Special" photo ever made. Green. I Thomas Jordan have returned to -. Robinson will be on the teaching | If Excess Acid causes : tL r'J:,1' 4f

del. first class condition 2 for $1.35 Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll I their homes in Dublin. Ga., after muff anti will conduct classes FREE I youpuf/t* StomacU ,, f 1
Positively during Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Trunk ana baby Loin Coinella. of Jacksonville and on t the "ubj..tV'lI'klnl for World '. '"\
it linn half price. Biscayne only August. I la pleasant visit In Stnrke { Ulcer. indigestion \ : g
c station, 2 miles N of HOOVER BROS. STUDIO 'Irs.family Trask's of Lakeland mother, are 1'oI1'S.V guests. 11., moved Into their new Gainesville as guests of Mr and Peace. This camp will be open I Bloating,Gai,Heartburn,Belching : t
summer home on Kingsley: Lake Mrs. Theo Tyson and! hiss Julia : for, all Young People from the UDGA J\ ''a
tat u.nd 13 2tp-8-12 Nausea, get a free sample of 1 i
-----.- George Bulsden, of Jacksonville, Perkins.Mr. this week. Tyson. IIg"M" uf 12 through 15 and will bo andre. interacting bao'clet at aCARPENTER'S ; :
i ,,E One electric refrlger- spent Monday and Tuesday herewith -------. --- : i omlui-U-il" from Monday through '
iood condition. Price relatives.Mr. end Mrs J. G Alvarez, of Miss Alice Feinandcz arrived today Miss( Gayle Sewell returned. to l-'i Idiiy: ;f' U ti'.
ST i T Quigley. It Jacksonville, will spend this week- from New York. where she attended her home here Wednesday afterspending ''c L' '

.-.--- and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez are end at the Bence cottage on Kings- : the summer school at the three weeks in Bartow us I '
F g Girl's bicycle In goodWill ley Lake. I Eastman: School of Music at Roch- :H'
enjoying a week's vacation at ,I I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesLong k'
II sell cheap for Y.Mr. DRINK : ,
nearby points.Mr. ester, Gayle wan accompanied )
c -r Sara Barefoot, Starke. J. J. Canova and son, John of :' I home by Mr. and Mrs. Long and. } .

Gainesville, were guests Tup.sdl\Y' Mrs. Clarence Nuss-
I and
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent their son. Charles
F' -vi.E 300,000 strawberry I of Mrs. Canova's mother, Mrs. E.E. baum, of Jacksonville, were guests .
afternoon in Waldo with
Sunday --------- '
Will make "
rant price right. 'I
Mrs. W. J. Bass. I Canova. Sunday of Mrs. Nusnbaum's par- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen' of
M Hn! den Box 72, Route No.'tarar I
7-22 4t-p ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs at Lakeland, spent the week-end In Pepsi-Cola 1.
Martha Ann Burton house
Miss Virginia Anderson returned Miss Kingsley Lake. Starke with Col. and. Mrs. D E } ;
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam An-
FOR SALE: Missionary strawoer home Friday of last week from guest I Knight. They were enroute home
\ plants Are new plants on Lakeland where she was the guestof derson, spent Monday at Jackson- Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Guy, of from Jacksonville, where they attended j

I new ground. See W. A. Stern at her cousin Miss Edwlnna Row- ville Beach. Jacksonville were the week-end the wedding of their Ron, ''t' :,1: "

[Stern's Garage Starke. 7-29-21 and, for three weeks guests of Mrs. Guy'a parents Charles Larsen .Ir, to Miss Edith BIGGER AND BETTER '" : :
Prof and Mrs. L. L. Rousoff and .
Adkins at
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Merrill Ramsaur. on Saturday I
1 v j .
Merrill Futch spent Sunday Kingsley Lake. July 30. ,

Klnguley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. __ __. ___n______ I ,; .!: '
TRUCK OWNERS & DRIVERSWe C. A. Futch. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire 1.1. ''J .'

can now handle your long haul Truck Liability Mrs. J. L. Smith of Dundee, Is parents, guests, Mr. and of Mrs.Mrs'4.. Maguire'i M. Darby -i i'l'

Insurance and on terms. the guest this week of her broth- left Wednesday for a trip to y
Truck Drivers Accident Insurance, $12.50 per'year. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Havana Cuba. FKKK DELIVERY ; j

Long haul Cargo Insurance, $50 per M. per year. B. M. FuuBell. S. R. Johns

Come see us or Phone No. 146 for details. Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned PHONE t
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden of home Friday after spending two

Tampa, are spending two weeksat weeks in Jacksonville with her
HAROLD C. WALL AgencyAll the Kincaid-Beasley cottage on son-in-law and daughter Mr. and] >

Kingsley Lake Mrs James Godbold. ; i1i

Lines of Dependable Insurance & Sons 45 : I:

Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., Mrs. H Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oren, of

C. Ritch Mrs. C. A. Knight and Winter Haven, and the Rev. and '
Mrs. Ethel Biggs spent Wednesdayin Mrs. Blanchard Law, of Lake Alfred NR.\K: TIIR: H A. I. DEPOT I 1 I ;i

Jacksonville. were guests this week! of Mr. CASH I'HICKK ONLY : o I:

and Mrs. A. E. Wall. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and

t Regardless NAT of how SEZ much: or how day daughter In Green, Miss Cove Gloria Springs, spent Sun-and day Miss In Jacksonville.Ethel Taylor She spent was Sun-accompanied GUARANTEED ; ; I ;

little you have, there Is bound to St. Augustine. to Jacksonville by her F L 0 U R 6 3 '

w come a day when your time's up. sister, Miss Bertha Taylor who I 24 LBS. C.: : '
My advice! Is to Ret us much out S. Sternberg, of Orlando Is the spent the week-end here. I ''I J'' ,; ,,
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M1 of life as possible. If It don't cost guest of his son and daughter-in- I "
law Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg of I ,,),111
too much. If you me something! Mr. and Mrs. Owpn Dyal I "
you want bud and you cnn spare" at Kingsley Lake. Jacksonville have returned to 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs. J.'f

the change, go on and buy It. If their home after spending two 21c 22c i';' .
you Jun(,II't got Hie money, buyIt Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss weeks here with :Mrs. Dyal'n.. parents : GRITS SUGAR t'; :
on the extortion plan a dollar Madge Middleton and Mrs. E. L. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. I t 1 '
.. Matthews are visiting relatives in ------ I 'fl 'I
dorm and the it t when they 10 Lbs.
rutch Jacksonville today. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fay Soux f Quart ';1 "

I Mrs. Clarence Beasley and children and Pomeroy son ,Jack.of Jncksonvllle.Ji..., and Mrs. E were F MEAL 19c SALAD DRESSING 19 C '. :?//1'' ,

of Gainesville, are guests of !guests Friday of Mrs. J. M Miti hell .
AUGUSTOl'T Mrs. Beasley's parents Mr and and Miss Lucille MitchellMr. i MAXWELL HOUSE Country RoIl ; ,
Mrs. W. C. Manning. 25c 27c .
and Mrs. E. :M.: Hutto and ,,
VERY BEAUTIFUL dainty children of Columbia S. C.. were i

modern portrait. During August guests last week of Mr. and MrsL. 5 Lbs. Fey LongHorn ;i .rt
ONLY. 2 for $1.35. Something S. Hutto. The visitors were 17c 19c ;,

BROS.entirely different. HOOVER on their way to West Palm Beach. RICE CHEESE I;. f


Charles Burton of Jacksonville, Lake Mr.Butler and Mrs., and DeWItt their house McGlll.guest of Whole or Half Fancy Yellow .a.,' '

: THEY GOIU!!! EXTRA SPECIAL spent Sunday here as the guest of Miss Mary Page of Glasgow ; FARRIS HAMS 25p BANANAS Lbs. 13'Western l
his brother-in-law and sister Mr. Friday ';
LADIES SHOES LADIES SHOES Ky., were dinner guests :
and Mrs. Sam Anderson. night of Mr. and Mrs K. G Duncan ,
Final .lean-up' of white shoes i Your i-hoU'o of nny #!:.9K 2 Lbs. .
dues to $3.33 while shoo In the store I Little Joan Carpenter of Tallahassee 25c 25c ,:' '

I spent several days recently Miss Evelyn Stump left toduy OLEO PORK CHOPS, Lb. : I" i, 1n I ',.f

$1.49 $1.98. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. for Tallahassee to Join her sister. I

andMrs.. .1. E. Wilson. Miss Marjorie Stump, who has "

DON'T MASS THI-i: LIMITED < ANTI TV !, Mr and Mrs Griffin Burton and work completed at the her. Florida summer State school College Fancy Fryers WE THEM DRESS 19c ;: ::: ; I

DRUID 81x99SHEETS sons, Griffin and Ernest of Rome for Women. From Tallahassee 11
LADIESDRESSES I Ga., were guests Monday, of Mr. the Misses Stump will go to .1

I and Mrs. Sum Anderson. Atlanta, <3a., Richmond, Bristol, COMPLETE LINE OF :; : '

Inl'lt14I.'Cl are some two-piece A fir...t claw sheet former' Mrs. E.1i. Stephens and daUgh-1 and other points in Virginia JOT /I I ISlr

"ult.. $1.35 number 'ter, Ann, of Gainesville, are the a two weeks' vacation. Native and Western Meats :

$1.29 97c guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack Williams STOMU t'FHET? ,,
at Klngsley: Lake. la low-vitality robbing you' of I
physical resistance your system '

TWO BIO RACKS Mrs. E. E. Canova and daughter needs RIGHT NOW? Often, it J, YELLOW -j 16% Dairy //i;+

ONLY: 2 TO A CUSTOMER Miss Mary Canova, spent Sun- la found that systems lacking their I 75 1.60E 'i

SUMMERWASH day in Gainesville as guests of rightful strength are afflicted with F CORN JL. FEED F rj' 1 :
RAG RUGS FROCKS Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova. I I, poor appetite due to stomach over- 'I 11
Hit! and Mltut De ign-_Double TheMe arc our regular $1.08 Misses Addle and Rosa Baisden acidity.If heartburn discomfort or up- I Cincy Laying c.s. E ;
40 ;
t'rowfoot border dr_t--on little and Don Stiley, of Jacksonville, j set stomach caused by this over- MASH 2 MEAL 1.C 50 :"
were guests Sunday of Mr. and acidity, Is bothering you take I I .
lOc $1.67It Mrs. R. C. Buford and family. I Blgma-Rex. I E > E I II

Blsma-Iiex quickly neutralist CINCY GRAY i

Mrs.\ L. 0 Powell and her houseguest excess acid sooths the stomach I D 1.90 1,65WE D

Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S Mlsa Martha Fripp, of Columbia linings, and bring about relief and I SCRATCH SHORTS

S. C., returned the tint comfort.
of the week from a trip to Obtain I jar of Bisma-Rex at PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS

West, where they visited their]\ it's exclusive agency, Carpenter's,
brother, W. T. Frlpp. 1 the Resell Drug Store in Stark. I J'I.. 1


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Station Brief Suggestions Workers Give On I 1 i TheLetter sides thank of my with anyone mistake i'i I 'H"Q' .-"

Various Farm Matters I I am only trylnc i t. I ""I':'r,
Box best for the 1&

j (Farm advice in this column --- "
comes from! workers at the State I: J 1.1.\\
Florida Poultry Experiment Station In Gaines FREED ON TECHNICALITY HOW IT WAS NAMED: : Editor of the Telegraph: Board Alt mb\\, ,1 i, .i h ', ", ',

Hints To Housewives I ville.) I TAMPA.--Judge William V. Al- GAINESVILLE. The settle- I Please allow me space In your IlrflcJlj, < '" ,
Institute To Be
-- I bury of Key West, today ruled ment of Gainesville wits begun in paper to tell my friends In Bradford ------ .

, Wwkly. from Home Demonstration Held This Month I To avoid starvation of cattle in that five Tampons accused of operating 1825 by "Bob" Hlggenbottom according -I County just a few words in In some state*. ,";.,,, "I,

JK'<'I..IIJt.! Tall/ihnaaee the midst of plenty of grass. the gambling houses cannot to Information compiled regards to the lawsuit betwen the ing a chronic apee.ln ,"?",,, fm'

GAINESVILLE.Florida's first I cattleman should keep mineral be prosecuted on evidence seizedIn by the federal writers project but Board of Trustees of Starke High install governors I that t n ''rtl\, \

SPREADS AND RELISHES annual poultry Institute will be "licks" on his range. These "licks" raids by the county grand Jury the community did not receive its School and the Board of Public In- way Impede pullm, ,1"1\, ",1! QO

held at Camp McQuarrle in Ocala I may be constructed of boxes with which Indicted them. present name until 28 years later. struction. Friends, it has been celeration. ICMALARIA-

By Imilx'lta" S. Thur byEden..IOIa National Forest August 22-26, I several compartments and covered .- William I. Turner an early settlerin printed In the Telegraph that the ----......
Alachua County proposed naming Board of Public Instruction has
Economist in Food with sheet iron or leaf
: Norman R. Mchrhof, poultry specialist -I a palm COSTLY TO OPERTEJACKSONVILLEDuval
the town Gainesville for General refused the recommendation of
Conservation with the State Agricultural thatch. One compartment should Coun-

3 Spreads and relishes may con- Extension Service, announced to- contain common salt, another ty governmental costs during the Edmund Pendleton Gaines, the trustees for a principal of 666n. .
captor of Aaron Burr and a leader Starke High School. I want to T iI ??,,
of ??
much the
? tribute to enjoyment should contain feeding bone-meal fiscal year to begin September 1 ,
meals through their color und fla day.All of the and the third should contain a salt j I for the public schools and October of campaigns against the Semi- say that I: myself have never refused COLDS
poultry producers nole Indians lI"h.. .
In Florida.
the recommendation of the
vor. They make splendid accompaniments sick mineral mixture composed of will
state are invited to attend and 1 for the other agencies Liquid 'Igibleis. rirxi ,'h.i .
, for bread and butter take advantage of the educationaland I 100 pounds of common salt, 25 amount to 378198388. Of the --+ I trustees in whoever they recommend %D" Uro,,,. Ileliduielie: 110 1II11I1I1l.'
sandwiches for picnics of red oxide of iron as a principal If he is qualified Try -llnbMrTU.w.'.., .! .
summer recreational features to be offered pounds one figure $1,869,610.81 must be raised CONE IN HOSPITAL ,,, "".
for school lunches. sulphate for that high place. It has I.lnlnirnl
and by the institute. pound of powdered copper I by property taxes. JACKSONVILLE. Governor
Spreads and relishes are easy to I and one ounce of cobalt -...- --- Cone, who left the capital 11 days i also been printed that the Boardof

prepare and can be made easily by Fending, management. the Na- 1 chloride or cobalt sulphate. ago for a rest ordered by his physician -i Public Instruction has employed "\\Iru4"jl: \\.\\ I :_ON/ 'nttr
I tional Poultry Improvement Plan j GETS JJOSF.WORTII J
M. F. Brown for their attorney -, / ,,
L following Instructions. .ttrtr .crrnrTInf..--.-", nmiltw'-_..... rlluonuaabreeding ._ .. I u. 1TrAflTNTfl1JCnrilnn_n_____. __ .. _n _____ _Smith.____ _0 was in a hospital here Saturday i ____, __.__,. ____ __._ L__ __n .-_. 1' -
I 00 After a new- orn uairy can nas I night. "There is no occasion | i. myaeii, nave no nuu anything I "fc HOIK'
I' Carrot and Citrus SpreadIngredients culling, marketing of a volunteer fireman, heard the -
been away from its mother for for alarm" declared Dr. to do with employing Mr.Brown I
: 2 cups carrots, eggs and poultry, and many other fire, department responding to an / Stanley i
to represent the School
twelve hours. It can be taught Edwin, called into the .
case as MTtIk
ground; 2 small lemons. ground; phases of the poultry industry will alarm. He jumped In his car, followed -
readily to drink milk from a consultant. "He Is merely in the Board I la this case. I was elected -
1 large orange. ground; and sugar. the and pulled j .
b. discussed apparatus up
n by widely-known authoritIes bucket by putting two fingers in hospital for observation." AI- by a majority vote of the
Scrape carrots and put them of his home where nn oil I
and studied by the at- in front '
from district three to work "
food medi- its mouth and pushing its nose though rumors spread over the i iI 4 "::
through chopper using stove overturned There was no
tending producers. into the bucket of milk as soon as state that the Governor in for the best interest of the peo- )
was a i i '.00
um blade. Grate orange lightly He received two dollars !:lalj"TI' ,
--- damage. :
should be pIe and for better schools of Brad- .
It starts sucking. Calves I serious condition, Dr. Erwin described : :
Into suitable for '
and ,
cut '
for answering the alarm. 'I''L
Shark May Be Useful : fed clean milk from clean utensils his aliment as a "mild circulatory for County and I am doing my
seeds and
food chopper, discarding \ g; I ooI''oJ .i
I and each feeding should be measured upset." j best toward It, and follow the lawswe \\11'.ll'\ 'ir: ,,
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tough central core. Grind lemons, To Poultry ProducerIn I 4 ,, removing seed. Combine carrot or weighed. HITS ROCK BOTTOM + I are supposed to go by. If I' '--
t 3 the Near Future TALLAHASSEE.-Florida paid am wrong I am sorry and will
1 and citrus fruits Add 2 cups DESPERATE DENTISTMIAMr.Just AJRCOND1T10Ni.t)
water to mixture or enough to Some hot weather suggestions to Its employes their July salaries what a dentist I

cover. Let stand several hours or GAINESVILLE pest of the poultrymen would include the followIng Saturday but the comptroller's office should do when a patient refuses B"
said "It the barrel n>JOV \ PICNIC AT \ -1.1
Gather cool '
briny deep to be useful : eggs often scrapes : to \\I ..
overnight. :Measure. For each cup may prove pay was not outlined, but a '
of mixture, set aside 2/3 cup of to farmers and poultrymen of them as soon us possible and mar- dry." About $4,000 now on hand municipal court ruling held here KINGSLEY BEACHFormerly t ,i'tJ...@ g .111)'/ ).! IIIJ'
Florida and other states In ket them twice weekly. Provide will be required to make the pay- ;, J J '''
Cook until and that forcible of dental ..
sugar. peel carrots repossession tA4ij .
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tt'Ii. ( StrIekIn..Ps) ,
I.. future. plenty of clean water for them roll of the Crippled Children's \ "
are tender, then add sugar work definitely is not the proper : "I
and cook until clear and thick. Oil from the liver of the shark, and if running water isn't available Commission and the office said procedure. Dr. Juston G. Hoi- I i'I' l1L :zt:" rr
water that would leave only a few dollarsin ;
I Pack Immediately Into hot sterile the bane of commercial fishermen I change the every land was fined $25 and costs on
jars. Seal and process pints five who ply the waters off the coastsof morning and every afternoon. the general ,revenue fund. an assault and battery charge pre-i i ,.."(' :(! f ,, Ip.' '
minutes at simmering. this state, has been found to be Clean and spray the poultry houses + ferred by Mrs. Blanche Bailey who I J hrl"\ ;:"'(itl.r J
and mites and dustor '
(Spiced Grape Spread a potent source of vitamin A, the to control lice .OIUD.\.S FARM INCOME I told officers he forcibly removed I ,,111.: I. :t
Wash grapes remove stems growth-promoting and antiinfective dip the birds to rid them of lice GAINESVILLE-Florida's farm j $22 worth of dental work from her i '1'11' I J

separate pulp from skin. Heat vitamin. Using several lots when it Is necessary. Provide ade-// income from sale of principal prod- |I mouth after a dispute over pay-I 1 SUMMER t COMFORT t
shelters. Call
to and strain of white leghorn chicks, L. L. quate range ucts and government payments | ment.
pulp boiling .point. ......._u ___, ._____ on .rLr thrlftv birds. Keep the birds ,__ ..._ #I... #I.. ft'''. .p ioQ ......... I at this rnodorn. fiMorctof hnt*> >.,
sieve. Ana to sxins. iiuauu uiiu iNuruiu.u **. Aieiirnoi X1L 1(10 IHOIr A4VV3 AAlWAlkllO V* Afl l ---- T> -
tnrougn I JWMIMINO
gtliIt pUlp ; well-sodded I fcoart ol downtown '.nclcsontUIr: ;,
:Measure. For each three, cups of State Experiment Station workers, I clean range. totaled $63.910.000: the Feder/lll f ELECTIONS: NOT NE'ESS.RVTALLAHA5SEEj.The: loom with tub and howt, .itradio. ,

mixture set aside two cups sugar. have conducted experiments which Farm Bureau reported here. How- right of'' ," 110 ''I'nG I Ew.r f b.d with :nnitr

Steam until skins are tender. recently proved that shark liver I PINE LEVELMrs. ever firm income from the same j municipal housing boards to con- Fi''in\n ii\>(,I'\"G ... and nadina. ; lamp. ewaler ,

When tender, add snugar (brown, oil is n very definite and powerful II. :M. McKuf, CorrespondentMrs. sources for the first five months of i I tract with federal agencies for "n on i') i\Mim' on '7 HornPOPULAR
preferably), >i teaspoon each of source of the vitamin 1937 was $83,452,000 or money without holding elections
ground cinnamon and cloves and One lot of the chicks was feda Ruth Denmark, of Starke, 000 higher than this $20.000'-1 for Issuing bonds or debenturesbore ",\ NICE PLACE >ll.f I. B. POUND .4.....

>i cup of vinegar for each 3 cups basal ration deficient in vitaminA visited the bedside of her father, __- -- --.- - t the State Supreme" Court's FOR NICE PEOPLE" HOTEL PATTIN Y HOTEl 11 OTOCliattaitaova

'Ii. of fruit. Boll until thick as desired ; other lots were given rations 'F. Fender, who returned to his LESS liQUOR CONSUMED: approval last week. The court I Savanna.
I I -- -
t (about 15 minutes), stirringto containing varying amounts of home Sunday afternoon after TALLAHASSEEFlorida liquor I ruled a $1,250,000 Jacksonville -

prevent burning. Pack Into hot. shark liver oil; and another lot spending several days In a Palatka -I tax collections increased only 2862 low-cost housing project was for a i

sterile Jurs. Seal at once and pro was given a ration containing a hospital. We are glad to knowhe percent in the fiscal year which public purpose and the Jackson.I

cess pints :5 minutes at simmering. i good grade of commercial cod Is improving. ended June 30 although the 1937 I ville Housing Authority could acquIre -

: Pent'h prf'ndIngrellents liver oil concentrate having at Hugh, Jr., and Vernon Halt- legislature raised the levy :50 per property by condemnation, I
cent. Director Thomas W. Long, issue bonds and debentures with-
U : 2 cups ripe peach least 3,000 units of vitamin A per wanger, of Jacksonville, are visit-
1 of the State Beverage department, out election and bold
an title to
I ,
1 small and
pulp, lemon, juice and gram. Ing their uncle and aunt Mr.
said In a report "It the its without taxeson
appears paying
; grated rind, and 1>,4 cups sugar. Chicks in the lot fed the vita- Mrs. H. M. McRae.H. .
consumption of hard liquors Is less it.
Scald peaches and then dip in min-deficient ration died before :M. McRae attended the un- "" .
than It the before. Beer
was +
year ----
: cold water. Remove skin and the end of six weeks. At the end ion meeting at Greenville last!
and wine tax receipts increased.1'ENSACILA SPELL IT OUT
seed. Cut in thin slices or crush. of eight weeks results as shownin week-end. A
l t -- mm t ORLANDO. Florida's Depart.
Mix with sugar and lemon and the condition of the chicks fed
Miss : Williams, of Monlac
Mary PLANS WELCOME ment of Education wilt cooperatewith
cook until thick and clear. Pack shark liver oil and the chicks fed
Ga., is spending a while with her PENSACOLA. Plans are being Florida Association of Real
%; In hot sterile jars; seal and pro cod liver oil rations indicated that
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. F. made here to welcome President Estate Boards in the project of
& cess pints five minutes at simmer shark liver oil contained several,
Fender.Mr. Roosevelt 10 when he its
August Publicity Committee in a statewide
ing. If peaches are quite sweet. times the vitamin A potency of
and Mrs. Austine Fender returns to the United States froma campaign to secure the spell-
add of .
only one I
cup sugar.I the commercial cod liver oil.
: h .. _And__ _"Mr_._... _W._ _Fender___n were n _recent n___ cruise and fishinar trio. The Inlr- of F-L-O-R-I-D-A- -- -In -full.--, ae.-- .

; Ingredients: 4M71MU 1 peck pears, 6 These findings demonstratedthat visitors with Mrs. R. L. Batten, president went to California by cording to Brown Whatley Jacksonville
shark liver oil is a more economical several weeks train embarked the Chairman of the
medium peppers ((3 red and 3 who has been ill at special on Committee. I
source of vitamin A than Houston and sail- Colin ,
green), 2 tablespoons mixed whole her home at Theressa. navy's destroyer English Superintend waAsSrp ,
commercial cod liver oil concentrates ed to the south Pacific. After a ent of Public Instruction.
5 Leslie of Penney pledges
t spices, : medium size onions, 2 Fountain
& :pounds sugar 1 tablespoon tu- Farms, spent the week-end with trip through the Panama Canal cooperation saying he has requested _
Experiments to test the value of, '4
b11I merlc 1 tablespoon salt and 4 Herbert and Lorenzo Alvarez. he is to land here Aug. 10. that the Department of Instruction -a ET.s sgMsi
shark liver oil in the nutrition of
+ assist In the campaign
cups vinegar. We are to report the seri- by _
dogs swine, and cattle are now sorry WHALES WASHED ASHORE calling the matter to the attention eb ecaItskIA55 Q'
Drain juice from peppers but being carried on by Mr. Rusoff ous illness of J. L. Underhill.
DAYTONA BEACH. Five of the teachers of the state of
allow the juice of other ingredients -; and other Experiment Station Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and whales the largest 17 feet long Florida. -,. .,.

to remain: in mixture. Grind workers. children of Gum Branch and Mrs.L. and the smallest 11 feet long. were +- -- !- '

pears in food chopper with onions. + A. Crosby were visiting Mrs.H. 'washed ashore about 40 miles CHEWS UP HYACINTHS
4 Combine all ingredients and cook M. McRae Saturday. I -
HAMPTON south of here on the Atlantic PAHOKEE. so-called "chew- .

Miss Ada Nlmmo. CorrespondentMrs. Miss Doris Dyle, of Rising Miss Coast. It was said that one of the I ing and spitting" machine designed I I _

Mary Williams of Monlac Ga., five mammals was alive. None I to combat water hyacinths ) -
B. Y. Saxon and Mrs. E. I and Miss Shirley Denmark were showed any signs of having been I which often clog waterways of aci

Morris sponsored a C'I, dinner guests of Miss Odessa Mc- harponed or otherwise Injured. A South Florida, is reported on its [ __.111IO. O..rt"....

I shower for Mrs. L. T. Johns Rae Sunday. 40-foot whale was washed ashort way down the East Coast canal| A0.dcaftl'" QaYeS..... yY I 0 JI..rt".... Fn.J I Oro..r_ I na

I the City AuditoriunVSast Friday Remember the services at Pine near the same spot last Friday. for duty in Lake Okeechobee. The 5.e.f 1101D.' 14 _cmos J 0 Bre.d.r'. rt"lIr-, 1..01 I'I
I this week-end. .. I t.uIse JI.to. S yY. 0 Blod. 1..d-rt. ,
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Cake Level ------ machine was developed by army o po,1.., JO.a1- S yY. 0 F'
'j ----- OLD-IF TRUE engineers is the first a Ditti. cIirail- co..trp irom. I "
ef its
kind '
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I and punch were served to' the Ar'" S yn 0 I:
' THE ; JK :forty-twoguests who were present.The GUM BRANCH DELANO.-Florida has In William in the state and was built In Jacksonville -I I D11'Boo..ho10 'el Maqe8le. -- yY ______ 0 000d ana 10ur"IJ' -----I J,..
o 8Iorl.. ro
II Rev. Mr. and J. M. Lambkin, a claimant to the \ at cost of $3,200. Operated 1ICtYa-18 mO' 0 Hom.
I Boyer Annie Mac Hurnago/ Cor wcaIl100a JI/f.- I ,.
11'It SMILEPROTECTION Allnton were the guests of the title, oldest living man. Lambkin by four men the machine lifts] a op's 10001" eo' 0 n. Ifo ,. Frt ._ I "
Rev. Mr. Neuton of Green Cove a Cherokee Indian is listed on the hyacinths on a moving link chain a Pat.fltI' Mag.klY\:::: i yY 0 Hou..bold .od- I Pmho

last J. A. Harnage and family and records of the state board of social belt and deposits them of the I c3pathuiI :.... --"'"' ". g z. ,.. WOrl:90ala.: pm
Springs Saturday. 11 .
Mrs. W. F. Harnnge had as din- welfare 131 old. But I banks Pictorial 1'S yn ., .
as years of streams where they are a 0Molll. Jxom. ;:uI pm
Olen Bedenbaugh, who is engaged .''''' y'I
ner guests Sunday Mrs. R. C. the aged Cherokee who lives in left to die. o prog' 110:. .. (.....j'l rra
ih 0
of _.
in the transportation pro- of Miami Mr. and Mrs.J. 1\0"0 'Ollltrp ) 26j I..u..
Groover the section here under the I ... ; I : "rtb .
negro -- -- Icr. 0
duce to northern markets left last 'ro9re.al. ,
b III" -
... -- -. D. Dobbs and children and Mr. cnrA_no nf__ a._ R2v__ ., ,._..rnt.l_ ___] _nearm no._ wnmnn.. ---- .Aw,-.*-V_ v-cip.". nrtTiy u... &'I.4<\'ivxa'' '-' a ..a 11001& .- y'I I 0 80ulb. -.. J rrIe'
It can only come front :Sunday lor uenneisvuie n. <; I and Mrs. Carl Dobbs. all of Lake attendant has no birth certificate TALLAHASSEE. Property C true CorJ s0fh.;;w::: I yY. 0 Southr: :'Pfclllhul.-- J : 1
A series of Revival meetings are ..qiLaai'tOd4 .... .. TI
Hound adequate Insurance conducted the City, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae 'or other records to substantiatehis owners who took advantage of the CC.....Ih. __ S ,,0 WOnm,. I rro
L1 :* Every clement of being at Baptist and children, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. claim. W."'''''* Wombs __ II
Futch tax '
redemption law in 1933 t ''
Church the
here by Evangelist I
worry and fear IN taken Jackson and little son and Mrs. J. + also
are eligible for benefits of
Rev. of Ocnla. Much Interest -
from jour shoulders I Is manifested. J. Rigdon and daughter, Miss Eva I'UT LEGISLATORS ON FEET the Murphy "low dollar" law oft I A.Ji .

; and the cost I... IImall! : being Rigdon all of Starke.Mr. TAMPA.-J. M. Ayers of Trenton 1937 in clearing up tax dellnqnen-. Al'

tAflDl and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr. representative of Gllchrist des the Florida Supreme Court ono NO. i OFTEn MO. :3Tbl

;' LET US WRITE thirty minutes. Seal while hot in and Mrs. A. J. Yarbough and County and Helley B. Lewis, ofWllllston. ruled. In a 3-2 decision the court ) This N.w.pap.r,I Tr. FOR ALL oat FlYII Y .N..pa. 1 Yr. ) FOR ALL FotJII ONLY

YOUR INSURANCE sterilized jars. sons, Rudolph Chism and R. C. representative of Levy held that a property owner Who } }$9.40
r Honey Beet Relish Keene were visiting Mr. and Mrs. County were victims of highwaymen started installment redemption of' 4 bom Maga.h Group! B $2.10 3 ftem Maqualn.i.Group A -

Wo represent several large. Chop together 4 cupfuls peeledraw R. N. Crawford and family, of as they drove to Tampa. to delinquent taxes under the Futch > )

''It'Itti 5 1 reliAble companies in the beets and two cupfuls of raw Bootsey's Beach Sunday after- attend the legislative banquet re law was not barred from proceeding OFFER MOo I OFFER NO. 4
fine. Add 1
J. Theft LJ"blllty.nuulty., cabbage until quite noon. cently. They were stopped on the under the later Murphy law, Tb!.Nvwtpapor.1 Yr. N ALL FOOT Thl N.wipap.r J Yr. ALL SIX

Life and Fire fields.. cupful, of grated horseradish root Miss Hazel Sapp returned to highway near Inverness, by con providing for settlement of all delinquencIes 2 Maqaals.a A I roe ONLY 2 Magazin.s ) roe omyS
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L' 2 cupfuls sugar, 1 cupful strained her home here Friday night after victs who had a short time earlier for high bid at an auction Iron Croup lv>Si.25 from Group M }$2
L'I honey, 3 teaspoons salt. 2 hot, red the two weeks in IMagaxhw B _tl 3 Mocusloss n
spending past killed a guard In making their escape of tax certificates. / from Croup tTrao

I JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT peppers with seed removed, and I Jacksonville with relatives. She from a prison camp. Armed --..._ ., .

enough vinegar to barely cover. was accompanied home by her sls- with shot gun and pistol, the ban- HOUNDED 133 TIMES 'r AU. TIVMcCall
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Bring j tee, Mrs. Louise Denmark, who dits forced the two young legIslators 1\ITAl\tI.-The survivor of 133 : ..,";, /Sol/ Houiohold Magaxln -I yr
PHONE,, 13 minutes. Pour into sterilized I will spend this week here with her from their car, took their lug- World War wounds succumbed : Good Star!. }SFOS2S

n 1 jars and seal Immediately. I parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. gage and ,made their escape inTA'WI. here last week to a heart attack. I ';'Or'J'rn, .., ; _; __ __ I I THIS Country NEWSPAPER Horn 1 I yr y.

r Mm. R. C.-- Groover.--. of :Miami.. __u ._.._. r_a_!..,_ Watla" -"A TT 'Ctmltli" Q7 ...... .._ .. ..'_ .., l
is !spending a while with her ---. route; ; to his homefrorn; 'an'Zneri-: ALt, 'IVB
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line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplier Mrs. W. F. Harnage.A. EATONVILLE. This Orange bile crashed into a tree. Hospital' Good 8torlfonrnai. I : }$2 10 _ _ _

Ltri AMBULANCE SKKVIOE J. Yarbough spent part of County hamlet's claim that It was physicians said he suffered a heart' THIS JfEWSPUO I it __ ___

d1I fJ { DAY ANI :NIGHT last week in Shamrock with rela I the first incorporated town for I attack. Serving with Company L, L- _Jl___
53I'IIONE- 53 tives. negroes In the United States has I ninth Infantry second division,

O. II. BENNETT Mgr.J Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were I been substantiated by an Investigation Smith was taking part in the Chat- .,

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Mrs. F. M. Norman of Vander- Florida. In 1883 Captain JoshuaC. 1918, when a shell explosion killed r

--- hilt was visiting the bedside of Eaton retired paymaster of the 34 of his comrades and wounded .utX.otsn. '

? r. FUNERAL Mrs. W. F. Harnage Sunday afternoon navy and first mayor of Maltland him in 132 places. An soldier .I -J In*
wr DIRECTOR enemy _a lo>. *.__ lot 'wtl K ?!Ie.*. ,
Fla., induced negroes to settle stabbed him through the lung I the suagule.. I hays ... v.... to..tv "Htk S r.*r
My Many Yours Experience Makes It Paimlble for Me to Render H. Keen. and son Vanlce of here. They moved from a South 'as he lay on the battlefield. Minus H nbicrlplloa to your wpapr.

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Shamrock spent the week-end Florida settlement near Lily Lake I a lung and carrying many shell I g D Horn OuV Q flfofX Pff' t

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,,,. E DeWITT C. JONESStarke the past week here. writers say it was the first negro S fltr-f 6r R-F.D -

Mrs. L C. Conner of Rising. town with a corporate char- The grapefruit was brought to
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)', IH. --- -- -- ------ -- all."' I VVhut have found after
'IUD.\ -- Utlle wrong with her at you
the ing
. but
--- brave she Is pOOl'
1 little while T've a
you Walt a what ? Can't I dress for dinner because -
I mite had to fight to keep from I !Marls do you realize you all
.. case In court an important one asked Stephen. t have a child Or Is that
. are implying
la II. stole time cvylnR, when I told her .
I'm all snarled up '' '
JONES to to the party. I couldn't come. But I thought "I "I do perfectly wrong :
1 it tonight go
BOB rot You owe it to me to wait until we "I would drive right up, Cynthla. .. I "No woman, surely" would do a "You don't have to defend yourself

If she isn t i thing so despicable, said Mrs. to me"
On heredhereafter and reasonable Ellenis he said, "even
I Comments Tik WO4Wjj can be child too I've an Idea. rick, If It wasn't for an important Holland. "I have nothing to defend. I

my Of course, if "I'm not so sure, said Marls. Ellen wasn't really Ill-
Ellen to the conference tonight told Steve
don t take up
why you
[ I 4 ," a 41.i, fQJIwr.4fyeF A/We lake for a little while? It will if-* she Is really sick, I'll ditch any- \ "I hope I'm wrong--that I'm misJudging I that there was no need of his comIng ,,
c event
: But in ,
Then soon as thing and everything to COMe. I'll Cynthia. any --1 just thought I should tell t
both as "
"The best good. )
,nm ,"ni haa Bald, i tLUCY14UFFAI4EP you can tell you what Ill be in the office I I think we should know just what him--after all, all the divorce I I
of this case, we
of I'm clear '
..ur.' of the profundity any Based on a story by MARGARET CUtKIN BANNING decision." from nine until midnight Call me the situation Is. If Ellen Is 111 and remarriages in the world can't
fflc to
doctrine l is given by Its I Iconcepllon come a she can't even slightly and wants her father-I
there. if she is worseIf alter the fact he Is her {
\..glous\ of Bin and its cure of STOnY SO FAn: "Well, Marie' said Mrs. Kings- Mrs. Holland came to Stephen'said sleep After midnight. you can father lie should go to her No promised If she was worse"I;, "

rnodertiorId Holland lit. beaut In a low voice "I suggested I telling Cynthia she thought
trouble with our Cynthia Iful ley by .
The I ...- .. control a.e 11 ;
-- Marls was In perfect
IlII this: It does not have charming and clever, but getting op on your bind legs, not I the suggestion a good one. -

I 'is conception of sin. Men wo selfish anti domineeringthat going through the ceiling. You Marls had gone to bed but not she spoke ',

thT) proper sin-consciousness. Stephen brilliant don't need any coaching. But ] to sleep when Stephen returned "I know everything you said. "
a young "
io, have iwr.ttE Mans who bad saidnothieg started toward the elevator -
seed love for it." told her what had hap- Cynthia j
believed that sin was lawyer sees their marriage IsIs you home He : : :
fathers l d.. "I think then turned. .1
had to them.
right. We some- failure She tries to hold Stephen come up pened. '
was I
!ito and,think right they were narrow. but him through hi,* iove for their "You shouldn't have done that,, "I'm glad you persuaded her not I you should go, Steve. "Would"you care to come up "'. I ', II ,

times believed: in a Just God, a Godot little daughter Ellen, but falls Marls he said In a"low tone "It to go now," said Marls "Best go I with"Thank me? you," Bald' Marls.1 'j,;; \.

they holiness a God Who could not und they ore dUorced without doesn't help maters to bed; you have a hard day 1 will." ,
that Mrs. Kingsley slipped away but think I '
sin They believed wandul. In Washington, Stephen ahead. 'j

tolerate reap what they sow They meets and marries Marie she was glad to hear Marls suy it "She's got It into her head we'd "I'i'' H' 1 t Concluded Next Week) :' I

men sin was such a terrible K..nt.'h'n they return to had helped her a lot. be happier if she went away: he NOTU'H :

thought fires of hell could not Muplexvood Cynthia Inlndlo- "Cynthia's position may not be said. Nul"I" I IH hereby Kiven to whom '
the filed
I have
thing i They believed that Bin tIe and miinagen to make life as simple as you think," said "We would." 4 r M Vlnal ma' I>Iteport* imoern and that Voucheri and will
II up
burn > terrible that nobody could nlnioHt impossible for the Stephen "You don't mean thatI ,'- Vt1r ,III All*. 10th A D. 1938 at 10
& "'> f lo.'k A M\ iipply i lo lion H. K.
wa could make It so Why >
"She said
talk, about doesn't It.
except God. We bride. "She mean County Jrnlfcn of itrad-
I l'i'rt'ntiaii
8SV' ,13 We call them nar- all the dramatics --- coming and Maria. "Dont worry she hasn't S font ,'uunty,, KIui'lilii. for my ule.IK -
lnf puritans ? The Hut of guest I AdlnlII'lIlor, of the 15M-
were not narrow com- CHAPTER NINE then going the slightest intention of leaving ml.Ilili'h..I'II". "'iV 1111am' KMT. diH'aaeed.ill .
with many of our educational The first word that Stephen and was In the paper--she knew per- Maplewood She is clever enoughto ', Iy' I I2lh I IDJHW I
pai, ii i well we'd be here" about I-. MeKver, Adm'r. ) "
had fectly do is I
today. The narrow- Marls or anyone In Maplewood know all we worry

people I know are some "highcducnted" that Senator and Mrs. Kingsley "You're right but she Is sensitive ht'r-- that she Is the Important person .4is' i' I

est people] men and women, were coming back for a visit was to what people say and-" I in this house she never enters \O'I'U l', DC''AIIKK.lt Ai'i-i.ICA: : 'i ION Colt 'i
I) of great universities when they received Invitations fora "Sensitive. said Marls IICOI'tlfully I I want to be sympathetic I understand \ <"rnii<. Illlla.. Ifl'O: I ,

graduates have received their supper-dance they were givingat "Everyone is watching usWe'reqwrrreflngabout why you feel a certain re I NOTH'IO 151! IIKUKHYCUVK.M: : That '' .
aomt of whom Cynthia I J. 8 Hupp. .1,' holder of Tax Certificate -
degrees They are intol- the club Ihe evening of theirarrival und : sponsibility. But she stopped a No 22t tanned I the did day I
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doom' everybody's philosophy i our first real ijuuirvi. :one agot moment, not wanting to say more : c_ .:..-- ----- I of ,Tuly A. It. 19.14,, hitNflled.arns
..,ant '>f -"h-t;: I and 'haw made ,application
all offloe
wants what In
that she she would-"but, to in the world is Important my
herself know
their own. They think they Marls had vowed to yet I reach me at home. Be sure I fat a tux flprcl to be iMeuedtiioreon ii'
but' broad. They think a fundamental -I I because of the unpleasant experience Shall we make the scandal a 'per- about me, Sieve Is all your responsibility call. If everything isn't all right enough to stand between her and Hniil' CPltlf.U<.nt.. otnhraceethe "" \

an Christian Is narrow. They she had had on the two fect one? Shall we leave too? toward her? I am' and I'll drive tight up. Promise? her father, at such a time AndIf I I thv I following County I of doHi-illii'd llradforil\ properly, Hint of In

themselves up as critics of the occasions she had appeared at the "We will not. Come on, let'scntch your wife, you know. I'm sorry- \ Thank you, Cynthia" what I think may be true Is 1o'101rlo'aW II : :i

t.t bout which they know noth- club she would never go there this dance." I didn't want to any that, but I He turned to his mother and true Steve, nhottldn't we know I 1.0(11 23, 24 fr7 25, 20 Township In Wood-B '/ '

Bible do this In spite of the again. But she did not hesitate When Stephen and Marls returned hail to. You see, Steve, it's getting Marls, who had been standing by that?" South litwil: ,Hei'tlon ItatiKe: 22 13at.; contaln- .

ing They scholars who when the invitation came. She home late that night, the so you have the same kind of "I can't believe," saul Mrs. Hol InK 40 Acme, more or l lass. '

fuel the ver greatest studied the Word of would go anywhere to see Mrs telephone was ringing. He hurried scenes with both of us:' I him."Ellen has a cold nothing serious land. Stephens words cut across erty The unilar a..n\. tlm ali of the.. unlit.... l j, ,

God have agree that It Is the Book of Kingsley. In her she knew, she to answer It. wrong?" he "My responsibility toward her else.Cynthia's Is. Cynthia says, but I can't help hers. HtitMl 1'nlflHH:, wikn Mitlil In I h..en.:7ir..t.:: l'I: a prop'j, i i'j:
"Mother Anything nothing
Books and has depths that no mortal hud an ally. And the older woman "Now? At this because of Ellen, /is that\ worrying." I "Junt a minute Mother. Marls r I asked anxiously i
mind has ever yet been able to would understand everything with- only Importance "But If she hasn't even called Is right. We have to know. I'll 1I..rlh..11 Unrein )/ '"
I do? bidder at the "I
hour. But why? What can of baby. I'm sold to the highest
Much of our modern out being told-had she not warn she can rob me my the doctor," said his mother, phone the office und you Marls, oourt houNe door on the first Mon \

scholarship explore produces an egomania.Paul I ed Marls lovingly that she was goIng I'll only make things worse. Sure- tired Marls dear In mind and" \ "there Is nothing to worry about. phone for the car. And-if youion't day In the month of September, I" '
for moment of -
listened a
Kth clay
he Help me. IH the
body. which
than nas.
in Athens found an inscription Into "enemy territory? I ly you- She spirit more You know what extra npecial care ( mind- want. you both to go IH.I8Hilled : I ; '1$ .
cried "Oh no, no. sold Marls ,
Marls then : "Of course, I will" tSJS.Ob'Fll'IAI ,
The said of July,
'To the Unknown God. "Oh, Mrs. Kingsley, Cynthia takes of her. with me this I 14th. day I
can't do that. I'll be right over. to bed. Tomorrow HHAI.) ,
"Now I.
thought they were as the older woman put her arms softly go "I know but Cynthia must be long drive to the lake, (
Athenians had started up the It was a A. J, THOMAS, r' I
cultured and around her and kissed her, "it's so Marls, who will\ be another day"CIIAPTEIL wouldn't phoneme of I'livult Court ofKriutford ,
bmailminded, and I head Ste- worried or she and It was made in silence. Theywert' I'lelk \ {
the as .
stairs, turned at Florida.715M8U. .
narrow. They altogether good to see you again for one '
liberal They were called to her that he was TENStephen's going at top speed "
intolerant. They were againstthe "Then suppose you call me Aunt phen to phone if also they could not talk before -' I ( i
were I going to his mother's; he'd be back mother phoned him "But she promised thing; OKITI.UTIOX: .
not Steve's aunt, Ml I If I')
do Emma.tooI'm
who could anything needcould hear the chauffeur. When they 1
only and there was any .. IIKI'.HIHriiat I i-
possible."At end said Cynthia K U TAX .
as soon as next day \ ,
for them. They were not I really. but I like to be called that. I hour. Steve Is someone the the lake both :i what she was saying almost us touched 1 the Inn, It was ablaze Hill N... lll.1l: \
bin .nough to know that the very How goes It.dear, ?" 1111. Ellen._ hud. left trrfiattltlttt. \ rte wouni ..I..lnlv l aa what you suid., with lights: and an orchestra was .NOTK'IO ItrownlwH.!IS I1KHKKY! : holder I.,: IllVMN.of Tax .1,1_:u ,1:I ;
should I lie to you, Aunt well anu in M. '
were worshipping were "Why I IxHiind the 7th. day
gods they who conference weren't so playing. tiricutti No. 070.
that Cynthia, "If this '
undermining their civilization and I n r1I! 'n'1il be glad to know I II Stephen went directly to the of AuNttift A II. 113.1, him filed .am. ,II ,,..r 'I
the I'd start right away .

offered .j--- --- -------------- had been close to hysteria I important ol I In my office .and him inuila application ,
Paul number
that Jesus Christ, whom was calm and saw don't like the idea of Ellen's be- desk and asked for the for a lax. detitl to ba Iniuedthermm > '

to the city, was the only I night before had been right in I ill there and Cynthia all Cynthia's room. Haiti certificate .embrace. In \ 'I'II
ing up Kcrlbed property
now Stephen following < !
hope of their civilization. The they wait a while be- alone with her. I think 1'1phone\ "Four, three, one, the clerk answered. I the the County of Bradford, State o( 1". .

tendency of our modern scholarship I il7Z fore suggesting trying to solve their prob-I the office and call it off-or tell "But Mrs. Holland Is dancing Floilda\ Half to-wlt of: Houthenut. Qual'I'I' ..,' I I"IOlIlh *
look sin lightly. The Iwon't I think---she has been, any- r C
on '
Is to ahead without me. ,
to Northeant Quarter
them go ter of a.'I
Puritan scholars were thinkers. I ; ; I lems. be much good anyway, way. I'll send a boy to tell her tion II Townnhlp t :-" fc
believed I __ Two days later. Stephen suggested 118-1 here." Itanite. 23 Ham: containing 10 .,
They knew things. They ; minute for the you are .. .
Marls that she and his tening every Acre,, more or 1. !
to "I' 1
fall onus mind said Stephen. ,
In sin May their mantles "Never The aMNeeitment of the Maid prop.
mother might like to come to the to ring. hand on "Just let me have the key, please. rty under the iiald certificate le- ..
There were His mother laid .. ..., the name of Unknown. t'
out. Lord, said : court that afternoon. You can tell Mrs. Holland I'm here woe In shall be> I'' .i
Jesus Christ L1 ii2 his arm. I ('Inlets," fiald. certificate I.u. I-
when He stood in the shadow ot ; : : interesting features to this case, "Pull yourself together Ion," when she has finished dnnclng." reilnnmeil according to law will, thproperty be.olil .. 'I' I. ,
and he knew therein
I dramatic ones said Maria j
His cross "For this hour came even when he hada she said. "You can phone Cynthia "I 11 wait down here > to the I hlKhect" : bidder at the (. d
Into the world." This Is plain, they liked to come and then you will know, an they left the desk "You and court house door on the firm Mon- "'"
He might. yourself : IIJ.! .
handle. of Heptember "
die. hard case to dear I'll lnv In the I month
to mother on ,
world up
this And I've go '
Jesus came to won't be uncertain. your Sth day of aepo. -t',
with his client and you '193*, which Is the .
He did not come to live. He did have to of something else. be all right. tember. IDJH { \
: in the evening, so whydidnt just thought of July l Jt.OFFICIAL .. r ,
not come just to show us how to partners dine Why don't I go up? Then Cynthia When Mrs. Holland and Stephen IIlIt.thl. SKAI.tint luy) I' '
4Lt his mother
and ( '
live. He came to die so we might Marls could won't be alone with Ellen. had stepped into the elevator. A. J. ThOMAS, .' I'' 1

have power to live the kind olives ;"You staged this very with him downtown? They Isn't that a good solution?" Marls walked, toward the entrance Clerk of Circuit CouII'Y.1o'lurld.\ Court of... I I''

we ought to live. Modernistic Sam act before said go to a picture afterward. in "It's a hard drive Mother. lo the lounge. She saw Cynthia 72S5tlil Bradford \I,

teachers sa ythat Jesus died a Marts. "What's th.pont' It was an Interesting day And ." before Cynthia saw her. The smile i' '
almost -
martyr's death. He didn't. No court and a long one. It was! Marls who had said nothing, left Cynthia's face but she dancedon ) TUAIN 8CI1KHULE 1 '

hour, dusk when the judge dismissed for few minutes before she j j
martyr ever said in his dying a of trains arriving here :
teno'clock spoke Schedule
Thou the jury, calling court for herself to her partner, and / 1
hast excused
"JjJy God my God, why next morning The "I think you should go, Steve. dally. Subject to change without ; -.
forsaken me?" Martyrs have gone _. the I, Stephen and his mother looked cume toward Maria : :, 'iii

through the fire praising God. "You "No. Cynthia's there." two women waited for Stephen"Oh. matters' I at her In surprise. What she said "What ate you doing here? la notice.Houthhounit Hue Starke II. 4! (, .
"' Emma said Marls gravely. to settle a few .
They died saying "God is good I right in warning Then you must go of\ and partners before was not strange, but there wastrang..ne88 Steve here? No. 1-Local_______ 10:48p.m.: )
"God is with me." No lonely missionary were perfectly with client I la her voice. "He Is with Ellen. a.m. :
husband are course N6. 107Through9:03
me. You and your could leave the building."Bored' You made them '
I they did -
field ever "You
on a foreign met Stephen at the this is more important ,
here, except Steve Mrs. Holland asked when he "I think Northbound-DIM Hturke t 1
In the only people he here to check up on me. I
said "God has forsaken me. want me, who don't resent door She told him Cynthia had I than any case you'll ever have, come on'you. No. 2-Local_______ 6::15 a m. I' '
all the world there has never beena who" been almost hysterical but was joined them. the said slowly. "If Ellen Is III- "I dldn need to 'check up No. 108Through6:04: p.m. \ ,; I

consecrated Christian man who me. calmer now. She asked Stephento "Don't give me the old dodge of "If.-." Mrs. Holland broke In. I've understood you for a except Sundays ., J

was ever forsaken by God. So, according "Well what are you doing about be patient and kind He meant fishing and compliments," said his "Yes. lf.-" Marls repeated thernphaais long time" Seaboard Dally Airline Railway. ; ,

to the Bible, Jesus did not I it? Crouching in your cellpeerIng to be-he knew he must remain mother. "Your two wonleh were" on the word "I think Cynthia was trying hard for J. GRIFFIN Agent. '
even die the death of a good man. through the bars at them- calm no matter what happened. proud of youweren't we Marls" It quite possible that there's noth control now. ---- "R.\\:: t5j
fact. He feeling sorry for yourself? I had "You were wonderful, Steve, 1
Let us face the blunt Then he saw Cynthia. She ---L- -- -- I ,

died as a sinner. That is the mystery thought better of you than that. posed, effectively by the mantle, said Marls. \

of His death. "He who knewno Many people have to fight for looking into the fire. She wall "Well, let's be going, said

for us." their happiness. Why shouldn'tyou into "Just because I was so
sin was made to be sin a handkerchief Steve.

That Is what the Bible teaches. ? Get up. Get up on your shreds.twisting She turned as they engood{I, maybe, I have to be In the ill

The sinless Son of God at the hind legs. Show them they can'tdown tered the room. His good resoluoffice at nine for a conference. FEATURES

cross was made to be sin. God can- you. tions deserted him. Lets go and have a good, long 4JJMPORThNT

not look at sin with the least degree I Marts was Just moving on to I "Cynthia," he said, "I thought dinner. I need one"A

of allowance. So when Jesus I join Steve and the Senator who you had more poise." court attendant came up to

died on the cross, God the Father I were a few feet away when she "I don't know what you mean, them. -

turned Hs back Tmd Jesus said, I heard Mrs. Kingsley speak to u I Steve," said Cynthia humbly, "Ifeel "Mr. Holland I have a message WKTTPc_ GET !

___ arrival. came from your of- vy & Jas !
f'n.1 God. whv hast Thou new for youJust
"My v,uu, my shabby and nummaiea."I'm - '
forsaken me?" Jesus was not i "Cynthia. I don't need to ask 1 sorry, Cynthia, really I am flee. Will you please call Mrs.
martyr. He laid down His own how you are-you are more ravishing If you are unhappy, but to Holland at the lake ? "

life Of course the men that cru than ever. And how is'I' keep sorry the record straight, I must "I hope nothing Is wrong, Drive a De Luxe Ford V-8 today and learn "i

cified Him were murderers and Ellen?" say you brought this on yourself laid Stephen's mother. "I had a I V-8 POWER TORQUE.TUBE1OII9 for yourself how much difference its many 1, '
living, and everything MODERN
/ l
keep on today
makes me Cynthia
devil, "She note from
they were instigated by the 1 ," .nnot wlth I trade- 'r ; ,j,
"I have nothing 4Tewer cylmdert reo.-od, to stability exclusive features make. Then get a
right and r
could< said Cynthia. hold was of
but no man or group of men "I don't see how I can ever V.II'a nd I
have taken His life. He said He else. now, you know." I head up in this town again- "There's a phone down this cor- power match,quiet,flexibility and tafety in offer from your Ford Dealer on your '

had power to lay it down and He< "No I don't know," said Mrs.the ever my I who was born here, who ridor. 111 find out what It Is CENTER-POISE RIDE WINDSHIELDS THAT present car Discover how little you need i '
at "
had power to take it again. Jesua, Klngaley, and wondered the huve lived here all my life, haveno rlKht awey. minutes to put _ell pateeniert cradled OPENonUco'1' Payout to own this great Ford carl!
to look which fleeted across hada It took a few trent-
our Lord, deliberately chose ugly place here any more. You between fleible \l1a.with everybody
face for a mo call. Stephen kept
climb Calvary's height, taking our younger woman's perfect right to marry again through the verse>pnneDELIVERED

alna on Himself, bearing them in ment. She was not to be ignorant, Steve. But I-I, who did not want tapping the wall In his Impatience.lookon

His Own body, dying In our place long. the divorce at all, who agreed to I His mother had an anxious
wounded "Please forgive me for going i Insisted-I do her face; Marls, a grim one. I
"He was
on our account. because you
bruised now," said Cynthia, raisingher it only step "Cynthia-what Is It?" he asked
for our transgressions and right not see why I must always
find I can'tstay. voice I >
"I heard her
little when he
tot our account." "He was wounded voice a aside for your new wife. I .
and ." said Stephen "Ellen has a cold, Steve -
to, t
for our transgressions "You don't have -
bruised for our Iniquities." Hov I "I certainly will\ not let you go"Stephen's to- "As at matter of fact, you thought I ought to" tell you even I' : > !,, !

foolish it is for men to try to say mother was coming don t step aside. It is not you whoIs If it isn't serious for call- \

themselves __ something that they; ward them. forced into the background "Of course. Thank you I _
Mrs. Kingsley, said How bad Is It? Any temperature ,
cannot do--when all they have to "Really but Cynthia and If you'd be honest i Ing. doc
wha Cynthia, "you should know one moment, ? Have you had I Ii
do to be saved Is to accept her with yourself for Just I' I
I've kept "
Jesus Christ has done for them, here is Mother -- admit it." tor?
you'd .
May some reader of this article accept loyalty through/ everything "Perhaps no man can under- "No. It hasn't been necessary.She I've I i i :
fever but put
Him as Savior and Lord. will explain the stand," said Cynthia In a sad hasn't any "

-_ But It was Marls who made voice. "But any discarded woman her to bed, as a precaution. \ j

The 62nd and last county to be matter clear She came directlyto would. Mother here, I'm sure although "Did you take the nurse with 1I I
to Cynthia she I I wish you had. The two ,
It was supplanted ?
State was them. never you
she was
created In New !
Bron" *. spoke. In her husband's life, can Imagine of you could take turns staying IN DETROIT THE DE LUXE "85" ,j 1. .

BCS SCHEDULE you"You? Please aren't don't.really I going wish, you are how knowing terrible it Is my best position for all Is.of So.us, with"Steve her."do you think I'd leave $774!.! QUIPMKNT INCLUDED I J4 : );1 !

would consider It a for one moment-with anybody I .' 1111
wouldn't. I I'm taking Ellen and leaving Ellen I V B I
Southbound great favor if you would stay." Steve Muplswood forever We're -when she isII\ 7"t ,oJ.......4 5.... 7.._ ".. ._1...... FORD t I I

No. 205,-Due Starke 3:15: p.mNo said Cynthia In a tone "Well call the docand once I UI.-d..d bwJu Ueequlpmenc
Balsa <
"Sorry, ;o'ing--to--New York. Perhaps Price U for the De Luse: !85! IL P.Feeder 1//
207-Due Starke 11:43 pm which was anything but regretful I get a trained nurse, if there I end Inneponanan diarg. .- .. .
No 12:13: p.m.No. there- need for one. Do ---
203 Due Starke away. slightest
as she turned "You can't do that. I see little Is the --
201-Due Starke 10:20: am staged this very same to want me to come up?" '
it Is
"But you
you Ellen as
aid MarU. "Whafs enough of her. I "Oh she t Isn't sick enough for ;!
Northbound act before her so far awayee
the point There's no reason why have luck, once or twice a yearno. you to put yourself out, Steve. If Jr. ,
No. 202-Due Starke 1:30 pm and I should hurt each other.Can't by good all live like Intelligent I had known it would worry you J. W. Andrews ,,
Can't we
you .
No 204-Due Starke 4:13: p.m we act like civilized human ?" So, I wouldn't have phoned but I ,

No. 20* Due Starke 9::15 p.m ?" decent shook people her head slowly. thought It was my duty to let you ,
No. 208 3:00: amNo beings her Cynthia affects El- '
-Due Starke was In I which I
answer Ste know
Cynthia's begged!:
214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m "Cynthia please I me I suppose, when STARKE FLORIDA Ij V
lives len. It upsets
blazing eyes.Stephen's "We can't settle our I '"
Starke Bus Agent: Beasley"Serv1ee mother took Cynthia phen. just one thingof I I she asked for you- -you know how

bouse. Station opposite court arm. Together they left the club. now. I ask tonight JI I :,I \


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E. L. Matthews_________ ._n_ __--_______Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION -- T. 1'. 'r..nk. loancl"ML.,,",, ,
who was given an order to make Staike, 11'111 0\"
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-- -- -- - -- - \OTKK OK tt 4I.I' OK T1XNOTICK '
.1ty VeSted In '"'
a pair of pants for a He . ni" I h '
guy. In
<<.'..;H.I.I.. .. .' ..:" cell! 11111 .1..II..n I..) \\ ".t.\\:'
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RATE worked at the task diligently but IS IIKKKHV .IllVEN that city hall In the ..t", 10, It,t ,\I Ih'
It took him a lot longer than the I'I G.or*. Keel') nan riled with me the qualified voters '''',''' .'I'" b'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 73c; -Payable in Advance I written r..fiu Impatient felt that it 1 th.
purchaser together with all aubiieiltient pos, of electing the dl'
Advertising Rates on Application should. Every day the customer .. omitted or levied taxes held ccc.: t tOne to"" "" ,, (II:
Rii.-r _,_ .---It.. ,. !" .:;...... ....... hy the Slate. be ailvertlHcd and cold mayor
would phone the tailor and ask If to the highest bidder for cash a. Three Alderim-n/

the pants were ready. After three MASCOUTAH, 111. Work on tearing down this huge hangar at provided, T
ARE WE OVERLOOKING A GOOD BET? weeks he finally got them and Scott Field will begin shortly Said to be the second largest In America I the IH.I7: 'ollowlnd..lh..d eta ,,f the Leitlnlttlure. real ,entaleIn upon nor Ot and]" Marshall tax, collect", 1'''' .J'_''

found they were beautifully tail it has never house "iI 'Zeppelin, although built for their accommodation. -/ the County of Bradford !Stato: of InspectofM ..f nald. < I", .,
J. S. Lisenby of the State Farmers' market Florida towlturu. : Sc-ott A. ''
_ manager ored. "Well. how do you like I The destruction of the hancrar Is a Dart of the clans of the ,., MWInt VR1tfv! M 1A tn... ',,8_"n.. ....._.._.Johns.. ...... .._,.I.I _,I.: ;I'k': 4
here wonders why more okra is not grown in Bradford County them." the tailor asked. i War Department changing Scott Field to strictly- hea ler-thRn-alr i" fcis\;, o'r'sk'w;; of'NwC; ; r.x.">jf Ruh"c''lh.. m nlln"u.. ,;"',,I 1 ,(h.u.l ;: '*
a f 6 A. Hue 10 1.p. 8 S: It. 21 E., se.l 0' the ..lIld town ;..' .'IU', i.;
Hardly a day passed during: the season without several "They're all right" the man replied -'post. This field will now become General Headquarters of the air 30 Acres more or '....R. /1,1.. the' Hh .I.1,1t'g'S i. I. ; 1' .

.. I demands for okra coming to the market he says. It is a "only It took you an awfully 'service In America a move that has been made lnvantlclpatlon of future The certificate taxes to No.lie Bold 8114 are of evidencedby 1D:13.: und I I A.(OFFICIAL.n 9IH.: SitAr) _,

_, long time to make 'em: the war. By placing the main field in the center of the United States ropreitcnt the unpaid taxun for the' T F"'kCAR Lii".i"
: fact, for we have been at the market several times when a world was created In six days and yearn 1832 lu IH.I8: both Inclunlvu:, Attest: "i 1\\' lIr,
maximum freedom from attack Is with
foreign attained together caseIn amounting' to $4.11)3. !.. JOHNS:
I '_ huge truck would roll up and the first question the driver you have taken thre weeks on this mobilizing planes to either coast. I AI..WO- A In NH for of A IZAel' City Clerk/ ,
Tract iff land owned by 1'.
one pair of pants.
:h : would ask would be "Have you got any okra? I f. (loudwine III NMl of N"1/ of
"I know. the tailor replied, N of Ala Muck r".I .
svt1 lyIng \0.. .. .: -
: Some folks say that plenty of okra was planted here but "but take a look at the world, mis- STUDY offices a prior right to money In N.... ,21 Tp 8 5. K. 22 E, 1 Acre The Hoard or I'nl.i, ,, i, _, ,

i that it fell prey to the exceptionally) dry weather of early ter, and then take another look at the treasury. If shortages-- The mot tax or,1,ltHS.to be Hold are evidenced of revive....I4radC.i'ci Healed. 1 "UUllly.hid mint, KI f \i ,J i *' '"'

those pants." AMENDMENTSIMPORTANT curred and there, was not enough .bv: Certificate, NOM 407 nnd IIM of lltlS, for pun-hum- ,"I| ,1'1, H.
rpring. This might be true but the chances are that even 1IMJ and School HouH I' "'"IIi
4 respectively, rvp- I
Offhand the money to go aroundthen schools :: 2nn'h: : :
one might gather '
for the .
CHANGES MAY unpitMl taxes ThIs sale for" uah i .
i ,
i I i i1'" all the acreage planted had matured there still would not Impression that the compaiison I had to take the extra cut. yeara lU!t'i: to IH.IS, bold inclusive, 'd..r. bulldlnir tn be ,r.",,",10", i I h ", .1111' .

have been enough okra to fill the demand. would indicate that the Creator BE MADE IN STATE'SCONSTITUTION If the new "pailty" amendment amounting"All, : IIOKln to ITS.,14 at :NK I Cor of SE'4' Ihlity nerves days right fioin to."rcjt<....(,. ,,,' ,,,,,, ,, !r-,

while a fast worker didn turn becomes part of the Constitution, of N I':V, & Hun H 4Till ft for a pi "it's' j t all
i If the farmers' market here is to be the success that i it I -*. of II.ThemH W 1117 t ft. S Signed
out much of a product, for the The people of Florida may the schools would lose only the S70 ft., I H 1117 I ft.. to joI"c.In..'. .V I : I ,
v : I II I "
i should be, we cannot afford to pass up any good bets. 'Ve N B7U ft to ... 8.. 23 .
World today Is a mighty sorry amend their Constitution at the same proportion of their appropri- Theni-e .K. Secretary 'and "> <,1' ,I. ",
[! must!' plan for diversification and systematize our farming lookln' pair of pants. General Election in November to ation as other branches of the TI',leHHThe S H. II 22 E. 15 Acres, moreor it.

t ; eo that one or more crops will be maturing almost all they But that's not the answer. When guarantee for common schools the State government were forced to by Certificate taxes. to No.be aold 1(1211( are of evidenced 1013: andrtplfHpnt :\O"l'H'.1 01"1'1'11' \1111\

originally created and turned over same financial support given to lose. unpaid taxes for the (..von. 'l't \, iii:meiiii :
> .
time. Mill
to man the world was a perfect the branches of the State govern- Three other amendments will years 19:12: to I l'i3H! both IncluHlve, NOTICE is fiiciiionv i '; /%?, ,!I"VN:

;;;;, : o- piece of woikmanshlp. If we real.I :ment. This will be one of the four appear on the general election bal aniountlntr A 1.140: HcRln to J.1038.. at NW Cor of fl ItatPM C. Conner!rfumlipred holder ,.f '1'.0\| 1111.fhll
ly want to make a fair comparl-I'> ,'amendments to be voted on In the lot. aw,, of NWV! & run 8 450 ft. Issued Wept B, 1 IIIU::i I'"p", 'i, j h ,;ytAuiriiHt
;Ji HANDICAPS SEEM TO BE ASSETS son, we'll have to wait for a rt of IJetr, Theme s 670 7, 1 111:13: nodAugust l I "U'd
: ft. I 12 H03 ft, to Public Uoad, '''Uod
fall.A Is designated to extend 7, 193hll":I I tll'd,
another look at those beautifully I hence NW mi saul road to a pt. 1 '.un. In
A recent article by an eminent psychologist does much legal advertisement statingthe homestead tax exemption, now en. B70 ft, 8 of yr, Hue. Lllll, themeW for mv office tax Iced and hnx mini..' ." i,,,,1] Iliun
after has hada to biN' ,
I.. k.u u_ .._ _..Ia. ...1.1... ___ "' _.._.1 4'1__ _" I_ pants man. I I amendments In full will be I loved only bv heads of famine tn H84 ft to Hen.. Hec. 24 Tp. 8 _Meld_ .....". .irtu. ....tuu.. .....8n...."". ". "'11.%. .'.'''on.nn
r41 tu uuvy up UUI "BJJIIIIB' wiucii ure: uuuuu lu ling ai limeseven : cnance to wear 'em a wniie. for widows -- S. II. 23 FL. 10 Acres mote orleHH n -- -- ." .O"m..
published the first time In nextweek's and single persons. The I.rac'ssthel'nliowingl Ui,l ,
those of the We'll probably find them mud en len In the I'otility ,, it'.j'
most optimistic < i n
among Telegraph. It is suggested original amendment was adoptedin The taxes to be nolil are evidencedby State of Florida, to-wll ? ".

4 He recalls that Glenn Cunningham runner of the fastest spattered an d blood stained.Tbera'll I that citizens study this adver- 1936. It gave home owners exemption represent Certificate unpaid No. taxes 16.16. : of for 1933 and t h.y..11 Certificate No 4S-::. ,,,i,,......
; be wrinkles Com. at I'olnt ,
ugly spots a 205 rt I. I' Vw
mile in the history of man, was once told in his boyhood that that are shiney and threadbare. tisement for the purpose of famil- from taxes on the first aniountlnw IH32 to to $14X0 1H.1S: ,both Inciucive Corner of WM J of N'I' .., |l':''
iarizing themselves with the $5,000 valuation of their homes Hun !Kant, I 180* Feet, Sinil, I, in' -.?
he might never walk again because of burns that Cuffs will be frayed. Lining worn I AIHO-. ':'\ of NWVi of NW'6Sn Went I 180 feet Noith ", ', J
severe ,
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amendments before going to the except on assessments for bonds. 10 Tp. S H. U. Si E, 3UA"I'.8 beginning H..... 32 Tnwnihli' .

Lord Byron was ridiculed in youth because of his clubbed through the man rents,will tears want and anotherpair patchesand polls in November. Another would permit the Legislature The taxes, more to or I be lent Hold are evidencedby ltaitge or 22 less.KnM contalIotiU'le i \f.f mh*

feet and yet he became the greatest swimmer in the British of clean freshpair The 1937 Legislature voted to to pass a local bill.only certificate No. 379 of l'i0! : andrprKnt Certlflc-ate No' l.'M, 1 >,,,??,
pants a new unpaid taxes for theyear
submit these amendments to the after I VVVj of NW'"I';' I:, ;
notice 'I
rI4 Isles and later won a permanent place in the Hall of Fame Just as today he wants and voters and If the school fund measure thirty days throughthe ...n..un.1'n* \112! !!! to 8'15.04.1031' 'both Inclusive 10 Acres sold, dl\oi,".. "r. ,1"1 s*
newspapers unless it is to" be 32 Tonxhlp II South I lr!.",,, KiTr.
u ;
with his immortal that Julius suffered needs a new world. is the annual school ALSO UXN 3:1: 31. 25, 26 27, 28 I containing .H
1 poetry ; Caesar epileptic approved submitted to a referendum.A I III. 1'. Juuk,. Sub-Oil ., of :lV'iof to Aei.' -. in i I. ,
But ,. .
like C'ol Ifate
a new world a newalr 1 il No K'v '
' t1 fits ; that Demosthenes the world's greatest orator appropriation will be just as valida previous amendment sought ". iV4: Her 1 III I Tp 7 H. U. 22 E.. Kant Half of Northw, :i > of pants must be paid for and claim the State Treas- The taxes to be Hold. are evidencedy .
against to abolish local Qnarti-i hiIrfHH --- \ ,
but It
bills never ,rllfkat.. No. 14J.I:I of I IH.1.1. andrepresent
started out stutterer that when military has been to In Itoad
'eY as a ; Napoleon, entering man unwilling pay. as the Appropriation for for theyears Ser :12 TIJ South
ury pay- became effective because the Leg"Islature unpaid taxes Itanite 22 Kant.. onlalnhii, i \ni,
1 school, was laughed at for his timidity ; that Annette his heart. man, the world over Ing expenses of the governor. the could not agree on uniform IV12: to to It:IK. both inclusive. more or It......
ammintlnv $1791. ,
wants happiness and contentment The aiiHeHnient of tht .
peace I '
4 Kellerman became cabinet and the courts. city charters and the Supreme ALSO: Lot 2 rik: Z7 Orlclnnl -.0" prop
&tJkvQ1 ( once paralyzed pre-eminent for feminine but he doesn't to ty under said Cei itt l< lit, Nn. 41Jwa
want Hee"
Town of Mtaike, 28 Tp. 6 .
The present law has been In- Court said local bill could << In the name <,f Ki, > beauty and graceful swimming; and of course everyone is GIVE anything for It. Some have terpreted as giving constitutional S R. 22 K., Jr. ; the ajtHeMttmetil" of tilt nfd prn|.
not be abandoned until some sub- The taxes to be Hold are evidencedhv
familiar with the physical handicaps President thought to steal It. but without certificate No. 463 of 1930. andeprenent erty.....__ .under.. Haiti_....__Cerllflcatt... ..!.. .... Nu. 1MIv .
, : overcome by \ M ill tnv iitiiiie in l iiKIU\\n AD4
success for like a stolen pair of univMid taxeH for the the aHiteHnient f>f tht. Maid propcrit, .
4 Roosevelt the most vigorous and fearless political leader in pants. which don't fit him and are amounting years 1929 to to $13803.AUSO 1911. both. Inclusive under certIfIcate No I2M2 wan In tlM'"
name of Bertha (Ircen.ITnlenK ;'
o many a day. uncomfortable to wear, It don't : Ltn 1.2-3 of Blk 27. UvInaHton / said rertlfk'atei nhad .Uredeemed .
Truhy & ('o'e Add., to
according' to law thraru.ertlea .
rf1 L The writer also recalls that Abraham Lincoln was defeated -: work out. !Htarke. In'WU. of NBtci Sec. 28 :described therein: will li.. adS
But man clever resourceful and Tp. 6 d. K. 22 R, to the highest bidder at tht ,:Our,.
when he for the state and The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby
ran legislature failed when self reliant another house door on the fIrst Montlar In
bright :
certificate No. 426 of 19.12 and the Month of September 1830. whlWiIn
he entered business. It took him seventeen years to payoff Idea To heck with the tailor | present unpaid taxes for the the 6th., day of Hepi.-iti'-i 1 A n
1931, amountIng to $19 44 .
year 198(1.JUtert(
the bad debts incurred from his partner. He fell in love but ie'11 make his own pants. He se. i (JlU",. Feature A Phola Syndicate. ) ALSO: L..U., 6 of Blk 2?. Llv. thin 4th. da) c; \unilit
ecti poor material his pattern Is IniTHton, Truby & Co' Additionto A. D. 1938.OFFICIAL.
1t his sweetheart died He ran for Representative to Congress He makes HAT th* popular songwriter: dominates overwhelmingly/ American Stance In WS! of NEK Sec. ( SHAD
faulty. one -i. \28 Tp. 8 8. R. 22B.: .. A. .J. THOMAS.:
musical In the exhaustive I
iNrrformances I. proved conclusively aurvejr;
i34 and was defeated. Defeat also met his efforts to obtain a after another. Sticks his finger ) has Just The taxes to he sold are evidencedby Clerk of Circuit Court of
the American Society_ of Composers. Authors and Publishers com
certificate No. 4S1 of 1930 and .... .
seat in the United States Senate. His life was a series ot with the needle cuts himself, the -- 4 pleted of the represent unpaid taxes for the 8S6t3., Bradford County Florida.

thread breaks everything he does year 1936. Of SaId Cadman'a haunting "From the years 192A to 1931 both Inclusive,
eL set backs until 1860. Land of the Sky Blue Water"; amounting to $55.08.
In he turns 132
wrong. Finally out a, compositions Thomas Westendorfs "III Take .ALi4.(): Lots 1 8 6. 1 ot Blk 33,
i Reading these examples it almost seems as if it is the product that Is of no value to himor L listed J. M., Johns Addition to Stark
which were You Horn Again Kathleen John Hec., 28 Tp. 8 S. K. 22 -..,
t ? normal l man !in possession of all I his faculties, who !is handi- anyone else. A waste of time. formed more per- Howard Payne's "Home Sweet The taxeH to. he Hold AIV" evidenced
r : ] effort and material. He has fashioned Oaken Bucket" by certificate No331 of 1931. and
J A t_ : 4%. i.. .s rr't. .. i e.4 than lO.OflO ::
"'AtJJ'CU III nA"IIIJIK ILL," IJUU'I"," VI LI1I.," i ne," normal man la for himself a worthless gar- 'i times- -: -10,000performances (Samuel Woodworth. of course. represent 1930 unpaid to, taxes rnr in.

t too apt to be content with himself. He has no deficiencies to ment.In rtf establishes wrote the words but who knows $years 144 00.Maid 19.11 amounting
that F. Kaillmarlc composed the certificate
tax with
I overcome and is perfectly satisfied to muddle through life a like manner Ignoring the a number melody?) ; "Believe Me If AU Those alt nubneiiuent omitted together or Levied
Master Tailor, he has tried to "S .. as ahit.a Charms" and taxes will be "0 lot to the highest.
complaisant in the knowledge that he is a normal man leading & only four were Endearing Young" bidder at the Courthouse door InSturke
make for himself a world. Employing "Sweet and Low Sir Joseph Barn-
19H. or
by writers not on the day AUlI'u..ttUM
::4 a normal existence. The man who is afflicted however, such materials as di,hon- Lou.* Reid identified with by' setting: of Lord Tennyson'spoem. at II-no: ( o'clock A. M.

p qrw often struggles to overcorrje] his deficiencies and in his struggles sty, selfishness lust and hate so-called "popular" music.: I 1118 Dated this the lOll,.. day of July,

with greed as a pattern and dls- II ((..""'I'IAI. EA T.J
L he uncovers talents and powers which never come to The four non-"popular" hits. of A. J. THOMAS.Clerk .
trust and suspicion as working 1936 were Sousa's "Stars and Among" other great ballad that of circuit Couit" of
any use in his more normal brother. tools, he would fashion a lasting Stripes Forever" and "Waihmgton continue to hold high favor with Bratlfoid. Courtly B'lorlrta, i

I, world of and with Post." Fritz Kreialer's "Liebei- I lie public through the years are J-G-3I-S-10
t' : So here's to the ones whom nature has apparently slighted strength beauty Annie Harrison's sentimental
freud and Reginald De Koven'sperennial ,
t ::0 I Can we ever be sure that far from slighting she has no more chance of success that the "0 Promise Me." "tit the Gloaming" tbecantlvatlngly- STATR OKCOUNTY OP Fr.OHIOA BKADFOIID
egotistical pants maker. tuneful "Dnna." with :
ever popular
1t not in reality slipped Jhem a blessing in disguise ? We do But the situation Isn't as hopeless Moat Popular' Ballad the concert baritones, by the unknown I KOTHK OF MNI'KlfMIKl: !

, know that this would be a dull and colorless world withoutthe as one might think. In a war What Is the most popular ballad, J. McGIll and M. Ptckthall; and Notice by virtue l Is hereby or that given certain that under Final
exclusive of the folk melodies by Charles 'V, Glover's "Rose of Tra-
weary and troubled world, a rising 1)ecree of Fnrei'lnMtire made July
contributions that have come from those with handicaps. generation Is turning back to the Stephen Foster James A. Bland and lee," made famous> by John !McCor- 2tth, A I) 1" 38. Hy Honorable A.
others that endures down through mac Ic Alice Hawthorne's "LUleu to X Adklnn; Judire of the 8th Judicial i
MJI o / Tailor. Millions of young men and the year.? Your correspondent the Mocking Bird" "The Last Rose circuit In cud for Bradford County,
Hlorllii, In that certain cause.
In be-
women over fifty nations
A BROKE COUNTRY IS A PEACEFUL ONE .,.. curious__, __to. know... ..re-_ wherein !the_City!! ._of.Stnrke., ..a.MuniKi.hert ...- i
'I-* .lIou'. ...... 'hat... t"!v o1 .h"...g "A ,n'aft,'A.. _..A v '-7 t. uw. u.. '-.-T'--I-r--- ----a. c"on. .. .....n.w". '" I"n.:." n,...

4 Opinions differ as to the prospects of peace and war in turning to him for guidance. They hunt the was results surprisedat of his l I .I wife, joined!MCSIin.HerthlL1R'WaIflhIH by ftobert McWaln. her Here's a genuine Goo!!.
want a new and better world and .. bust,,,lid and next friend; and Knilly" "
Europe. One radio news commentator predicted Sunday to by attemptingto research. Can you ., Ames, Surviving widow and Hole I year tire, built for tough
areQvllling pay (uess the song!!:? NoT ,., I'I... to the l.:>tale of I 1. I. Amen, :
night that Hitler will invade Czechoslovakia by the fifteenth govern their own lives to the Well. It is "Silver I lie, .eitHpd .and I toe,,'" Helnebrodt I are going, at easyonthepocketbookpricesUIusky-

of this month. This little country, the last stronghold of measurements of ABSOLUTE honesty Threads Among the 4lefendunts vial! niMHler, .the will undersigned:nell for ,cnnh an Hpe to I II !I ,

purity unaelfishneHs and love Gold." Most every the highest and bent. /bidder at the I
: democracy in those parts. is generally regarded as the danger to form a worldwide brotherhood one Is familiar with I I front door r.f the couit, house In heavy tread for long wear

i spot in the situation. It is fearfully believed that if Hitler regardless of color race or creed. Its melody, but mi Stale, ;\Alondnv It'ndfc..d, the. 6th County day of'. Seplem Florida. center-traction grip for

I 1 touches Czechoslovakia it might be the spark that will ignite Turning to God for strength and person probably In not 10,000 one ,, hniii-s tier A of I r......I.lifl.! :.. for during the purpose the legal of extra safety Supertwist

guidance each day. knows that It was I satisfying nald Final l>ecree and
all into the flame of battle. Cord plies for protection
9i4 Europe They believe that the only wayto written by H. P. ,_ the amounts therein ,'contained the
//i From other quarters however come predictions of Germany's "change" the world Is to Danks and E. B. ,,, following InK and being dencrlbed In Stark real' ,estate Bradford Iv against blowouts and tire

) 'frri impending financial collapse. The opinion expressed "change" the people In It, and they Rex ford. A.SCWIP.'Sexhaustive flies Cmintv.Five Florida(5) ,Six towltLots ((6) :and SevenUT failure. Check our low

believe the best place to start is I ( ) In Ulock Klxt..en6J\ In T.lv-
the astound .
r : here is that democracies' best defense against the fascist with yourself. show InffHton.Trubv, .and Companv's prices. *
total of 10.468 _
addition to the town of )Starke.MARCl'S .
totalitarian states is the latter's astounding financial weak- In the past few years, countless performances of the ._ '' F. BROWN

wi men and women in all walks of song In 1938. Ap..lal1.11..1'. .4..21 ..'1-1' ..-"

ness. life have accepted the challenge i ,.. .- T FRANK for T.ANORl1MAltorn..v Plaintiff.. *6!! !! '7!!

I: i It is said that Germany absorbs over one-third of its and the influence of these God- 0S-* ,' 8-5-41-8-26 7

1it; national income in taxes and still can't make both ends meet. guided lives is making itself felt /,. second place "_ _ _ .
I' TuB: riR< I IT COt HT 01" TH:
faced with and increasingly unfavorable in homes, at council tables in business 'CI OA another old fanncn _ Fit.HIll '
Italy, poor crops an . I JII>ICII. 1111(111tr
conferences ana in international 1I0n.lr. tout 'IIIK XTA rw OK "-,.oilmi. -
balance of trade is hard pressed for money. Japan, as everyone affairs to the end that harmony find I Were M / Wakefleld Cadman I 1% ,"II KOH lilt. ii". eooovcM 0-1 COO DYE.. Il
The hands of Charles .'
I ''lll> tOtNTV. IV ( lll\- ALL-WEATHER *"
.?.tV knows, is spending beyond its means at an incredible 1s replacing bitterness and "n..ll.Mag.. b1/ thesnkMIn J.. A.S.C.A.P. I (:KH V. Yen know ClTeeeitr'. I.e*!

:ti1 rate and is giving around half of all its government revenues Intolerance. Giving has assumeda ;i:-Bulltrflelrl.--- It rolled vp 9.678 of S tnin>erM and "Sweet Cenevleve" P A BRINMON: 'r. rldlnq on look e.at.rydWprlcee. ordinary

greater Importance than getting performance*. Capturing the fhoio by Henry Tucker and O. Cooper Plaintiff the best when .
to the maintenance and expansion of its military machine. VS have the
k) and peace Is replacing strife and honor Ices Ttoimt.Bayly'* (who Greatest Recent Song Hit J J TRl'BV MABKL! wET Too editionGoodyear
!:'{ The first economic collapse many think, will come in.JR' discord. remember Thomas II. Baylyt) I,Kit and M. A. SMITH As C-J 'LOW'640
:, icilh 8,361. what Is the I.liiuUlator of the Bradford on your wheela.
"Long Long Ago"' 'Ask Tin Pan Alley
themselves "Sinners
Germany who has long been financing herself by an amazing Terming County Dank
hit of the last few
who have quit kidding themselves" t* order folloio Oley. Rpeaks"Sylvia" greatest song Defendants
% technique. Any company working for the governmentandall ((8,358). "La v,'* Olil Ste'ttSong. years and invariably your answer
rj they tell us that the answer to a ." by J. L. tlnlloy and a. CHI- will be "When I Grow Too Old :NO'IK'U OF IoIP.1('.\L M\"TKH'S!
important companies in a totalitarian state do that most new world lies deep In the heartsof Ion Bingham. S.75S; Caitiff Jacob to Dream" Sigmund Romberg's: .5l.ItNOTICE .
j'I' of the time--has been paid in so-called "work bills," which men and women and with Ches- Bond' "End of a Perfect Day. wait ditty. It is the most successful the. tinderslnrnnd HKIIKHV HI'.lslIa..l.r.lIvEN ,that by

terton contend that "Christianityhas 6.133 (Vr*. Bond incidentally. i* tune that has come along sine: virtue of a final decree heretofore
;LM Ii matured in a year or two. The company took these to banks not been tried and found want one fongteriter whose ttome.a known Billy!: Hill wrote "The Last RoundUp rendered In the Circuit Court of

and 'discounted them for cash. When banks got too many on ing but has been found difficult the length and breartth of the land>)> ; Each of these songs: is what'' Certain Bradford Chancery County, Suit Florida, wherein, In l that P.A .
"Bit the Water of iflnnetonka." byThurloio th* music world calls a "natural. llrlnson Is Plaintiff and J. J. Driving Goggles! .___.from 19 1
hand for the government to buy back on the due date the and not tried. Llmrance. 4,937; Charles by which is meant a simple, sing Trllhy.1.b.1 Weller and M A.

--- WaJcejtfld Cadmait' "XI Dawning" able. casy-to-remember melody. Smith As Liquidator I of the Bradford Breezy S.a* Pad_ .$1.39
them. Later still "improvement"
government an County lank,
are Defendants,
, Other recent tongs in this classificatIOn -
County. Books Open 4M7j; "Xaihiniri Song. by Amy Sand. will offer for sale, and Hell to the Auto Cushion _._.. 49C
the companies treas- are "Margi "Japanes.
t. was devised whereby government gave Woodfordt-Finaen and Laurence highest and best bidder or bidders

. bills which could not be discounted. All of these companies Registration books for Bradford Hope. S.970 *nd "Jmt a Wearyin'<< man." "Sweet Sue, "Dinah" "Star. for (cash In front of the South Door Picnic: Grill!..__..from $1.79
of the Bradford
ury In the for You" alto by Carrie Jacobs dust" and "When the Moon Comes County Court Mouse
County opened Monday the Mountain." In Htarke, Florida, on Monday, the .69C
and couldn't Over Radiator Screen.
then got stuck with non-negotiable paper court house office of Supervisor N. Bond. 3.760. Gth day of September, A. D 1938 Bug

9k. get cash to carry on their business. Recently they had to D. Wainwright. Voters may register -Aleh.oe" High In List p--p A.between M ., and the 2 hours:DO o'clock of 11:00: P. o'clock M., to Rubber Blade Car Fan $3.98

cell stock for this and the result was a crash in the ; there on Tuesday Thursday Th second most popular ten On the other hand f*er. art Ml satisfy the terms of said decree, the
c purpose and Saturday of each week ranging' in performance from 3.300to long that have la be made bvplugging. following described property lying

p government-dominated German /stock: market. i through Monday September D. 1.330, were in order, the famous A notable example of ffti and ida, belnK to-wlt.In Bradford County. Flor
chant of Hawaii. "Aloha-O" by type. was Itle 01 CO"..." I The Co.
what MIGHT happen Southeast Quarter (!\F.f4)' Register Motor
It is interesting to speculate on After that date the books will be Princes. Uliukalani: "Drink to Me of the Northeast Quarter (NEC)

t ; in Europe but only time itself will tell the real story. Probably carried to>> the district offices ln | Only With Thin Eye." the stirring SOmehow the spirit of nanghti- Township of Section Six (81 Seventeen ( I7>,

.he various precincts where they Hdte of Hob,.. O. J. Fox: the net which the French can put intoa Twenty-two till Rant South, also Range
Hitler himself knows just what Fla.
.' no man living, including will remain open through Satur-i vivid Mexican song "Ay Ay Ay." by tune escapes vhen tin covtpotttion The South Fifteen ( U) acres of Starke, -'

: I' the next move will be day October 8. 1 0Imu Pleas Frekt: Charles WaniO -reaches thit tide--- of th* Southwest the Southwest Quarter Quarter U.W\4)


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