Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02658
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s,fighting was caughtby Marine FOR AND PROJECTS COLUMBIATho IN BAKER 1 r;H'

BY RAINSLoss peace the enjoying and cameraman quietof the : 1 .V Road Department-- Says Manager -"Will-- Make Rural has Electrification made an addi-Administration FULL: OF PEP I I,1::/!'.,, '.

It Cannot 11IcreaseItppropriatio" Card Index of CropsTo I I
his parents' r tional allotment of $89,000 to the ___ I I {

[ Is Estimated At home in Lawtey, lie Grown Clay Electric Cooperative Association I
Field of
after dodging : Inc., It was learned this week. Big ; :

From 5 to 10 I bombs in war. r ? Js r s sL Hopes for hardaurfaclng of J. S. LIsenby, manager, announced The additional allotment it was ; Seems In ProspectFor

Percent torn Shanghai t driveway at the State Farmers' this week that because of stated, will build about 80 miles ; !

for the past yearor Market here were not strengthened shortage of commodities at this of additional power lines to serve i September ,I.i', .
250 customers In Columbia and --- --, "
One of the 1
Bradford County's 450 acres of I so. this week by an announcementnom season the state farmers' market I'I''
things Lamai en. Baker counties. An unusually spirited city election I 1
I island cotton received quitea the State Road Departmentthat here will be closed temporarlly- I d
Sea joyed most whileon a Previous allotments t for Tuesday, September 13. i l I
In the last week because L t 1 ? it could not appropriate' anymore probably until fall crops start com- have pro- "
setback leave was a for this purpose this year ing in. vided) $163.000 for 217 miles of I''| seemed to be In prospect thin week l, \ljas
to Count
rnlns, according
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'i announcements for .
ot new the t I
having a bite to I than it has been doing in the linen to serve 603 customers In various -
,, T K McClane. From During the period of closing,
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\ *j" a. offices to be filled continued' ; 4
eat without the The Alachun Bradford :
tremendous expansion In the Clay, Putnam "
Mr. will to makea
iv' ten percent damage was re- Llsenby attempt "
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t to ,
y crop up.Scheduled .
Interruption of building of markets will require an Union, Columbia and linker coun- !
,-i'' from nearly all of the cot- general survey of prospectivecrop
p'I "floating Sams 1 'Htlmatecl expenditure of $100,000 ties, the seven counties composIng to be elected are: a ''I-" "
Adds and as high as nearly t I conditions In the county,
toi. --.the Marine's tor .the paving of approaches and the cooperative. An allotment mayor, three aldermen, one clerk '\j'!: ;
percent of one field hasshe making card indexes listing the \
twenty nickname for the w < I ,Drives In past years 'he road department of $12,000 has alan boon (combining the offices of treasurer rl 1 ,
looms and bolls. acreage that will be devoted to
i ) young : dead bodies of I has been spending $25.- I music for the construction of a tux assessor and tax collector : .. '
\V< have had a very poor sea- various! crops on a representativenumber 'j.
and r 000 at : Heights, ), and one marshal. .
Japanese per year for this purpose, but I power plant Keystone I t
| for all crops this year and of farms. In this way the
ion Chinese soldiers Chairman Arthur R. headquarters I of the cooperative. Carl Johns J .l i t
Hale says Incumbent clerk, has :
will know where to look
is this true of cot- manager
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which Lamar declares that the -- slated 1,1 11
I tun. !Mr McClane said "We I I sum now required Is more when he has calls for a certain I that ha IH a candidate for I

| thought that we couldn't have an- wouldalways I him can be assumed and that the variety of produce re-election. Ho has one opponent ti""1to ,'
: float 'costs of such paving must be date W. D. (Dad! ) Tender,
a meeting held at market 'j
other year like last one but this PLANS SHAPED '
has proven to be nearly as bad. i down the river in I borne by the projects."We last week the same committee I lunch room and filling station op- f

almost as bales increasing num- a'a realize the need for ade- members were appointed to guideits orator, who announced early this [ ), ,f,
should However bt harvested In many the countywere bers just as they "' t.rc t. iiiate| markets for our farmers destinies though another year. FOR BIG week. Rumors thai J. F. Klckllter J, r ;,:

harvested last even were about to eata I I ('hairman Hale said, "and we know They are: C. H. Nasworthy chairman I would bo a candidate were appar'i .

as though there Is only year half the I meal. In spiteof I how valuable the market building ; T. K. McClane secretary; F. ently without foundation as he denied ,j 4'' 5i

I all this, he R ,I program of Commissioner Mayo is V. Stump, R. A. Newsomo, R. E. LEGION MEET Tuesday that he was consid I 1'f f J.
acreage I misses Shanghai to the profitable development" of Hazen, L. L. Conner and James, I eying such action.
The prospect ns to the price . I '.
and his pals there Florida a agriculture. We deeply (
I Is good," Mr. Mc- nosier. There lire two aspirants so tar ;r
this year very
) Dane laid. He has talked with and wishes he could go back instead of going to Norfolk, Va., wherehe I regret our Inability'' to allocate William L. Wilson, state manager lieticeen :'l ,i'a 11 dOf) I for the position of mayor. Dr. W. r; '

f twt of the cotton buyers in the I has been assigned. His month's leave ended last week."DOLL" more than the $23,000 per year I of markets, was present at the I II E. Mlddleton, who hits previously 'I'! I' ;
last week and they both stated I which we have expended In the meeting and outlined a plan by Delegates Expected served several terms In this post '" t' ,,,
I both to past years for this purpose; but which he Intends to join all mar- I tlon, will be a candidate, and N. D. 't-'; 4.
Here Next Week
that they were going buy HATIS WOULD ENJOING. State I
the Road Department is: J '.
which kets by a system of radio com Wainwright Jr., local Insurance "I'
strictly on grade means THAT hard pressed! to finance the necessary -l I I --- I man announced several weeks J. II"
S. & F. munication. This would greatly ago f :
that tnt high grade cotton that is '
maintenance of our state road facilitate the work of the mar- I I Bet wen 300 and 400 Leglon- I that he was In the running also 1 '1 .
I properly picked, sunned, and selected REPORTER GETS HIS FIRST RAILROAD COMMISSION system and to match Federal allocations 'I'I kets by providing Instantaneous i nacres and their wives are export T. Frank Landrum the incumbent, I

will bring the best price. GLIMPSE OF MINIATURE SEEKS TO PREVENT SER- for badly needed new con- communication between different i led to Rather at Kingsley Beach I will not be a candidate 'M" "I'r'I
I estimated that the best
One buyer
week-end for conference of
HEADGEAR VICE CURTAILMENTThe struction. Obviously, under pres- next a '
sections of the state Mr. Wilson
Plenty of excitement Is expected ri
grade of cotton, IT. S. No. 1, would ent conditions I the second district. '
the '
expenditure of said. In this manner, a market from the contest between A. L. 'f, '
| bring from 28 to 31 cents. Upon receiving word that one of' Florida Railroad Commission I +i
$400,000 by the State Road Depart I K. O. Duncan, commander of the
that had orders It could not fill I
Alvarea and J. B. for the
[ McClane also stated that the Sapp ( +i :!
Mr the new "doll" hats had arrivedat in a circuit court petition Is ment for farm market projects Is local announced elaborate s
would be able to send a call to i i post, position of city marshal which Mr.
I gin will be ready for operation as the Clar-Jean Shoppe, the Tele- seeking an Injunction to prevent' ''J .;i ; ,}
impossible plans for entertainment of the vIsItors r
other parts of the state for the de- Alvarez has held for '
many years. :?
soon as there Is any cotton mature graph promptly dispatched a reporter the Georgia, Southern and Florida "The road I
department's attorney dance
sired produce. Including a Saturday Mr. Sapp at the present time is ; ,
enough for ginning. to cover this momentous Railway company from curtailing has
expressed grave; doubts as ----. night, an outdoor dinner Sunday, serving on the night police force.
event in a great epic that might be service between Palatka, Fla., and to the legality of the department : and speeches by various state no- In addition to being brothers-in- I ','
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MRS. CHACE DIED entitled "The Decline and" Fall of Valdosta, Ga. using any of Its funds for farm Important MeetingAn tables. Of course, all the entertainment law, both men are popular and t : I
the Modern Female Hat. If the service were curtailed It projects, as such projects are en- Important meeting of the facilities of Kingsley have friends ''I jt '
many Developments
LAST WEEKHAD Feeling somewhat 111 at ease, as would affect the G. S. & F.'a sta- tirely outside the scope of the de Alms & Objects Committee of the Beach, Including swimming:, boatIng In this contest will be watched r f'!' ,'', ,

reporters are likely to do when tion at Hampton in this county. partment's functions However, Rotary Club will be held Tuesday and fishing will be available. with Interest by voters here. "Lon- h .!:

BEEN RESIDENT OF surrounded by those "dainty feminine The commission's attorney citeda when the department! adopted Its night at 7:30: o'clock in the officeof Speakers for Sunday afternoon' ale," previously considered almost r) I ,

STARKE FOR THIRTY thingamabobs," our employee July 27 order denying the rail- budget last January, I it decided to the H. C. Wall Insurance Agency. will Include Secretary of State R.I unbeatable In his position as marshal ;. t'-t' '

YEARS entered the shoppe and blushingly road permission. to operate. .. a tn.weekly stretch the point and;provide for Chairman of all other Rotary A. Gray, Congressman R. A.I will meet his strongest oppo- ; Y

Mrs Lalla Rook Chace died late asked to see the already famous I instead or dally mixed $25,000 to be spent In :cooperation Committees are expected to be Green, and Wm. Comer, state Legion sltlon to date in the person of <.v j H I 1

Thursday afternoon lt "of' l last week chapeau. trains both ways between the two with the commissioner bf agriculture present at this time and to give commander. Separate business "Uncle Benny" "

la the home of her daughter Mrs. Imagine his confusion and utter points. for this purpose for the benefit reports of the work programs proposed sessions for Legion and Aux O. 1. Beanley and Levy A. Ca-

Hlldabelle Bence. She was 74 years undoing when it was pointed out to The attorney Theo T. Turnbull, of the farmers. Under the for the new club year. iliary members will be held at two I nova, two of the three aldermen 1 ,, ;
the attached to his bill letter from law we cannot exceed the amount o'clock Sunday afternoon. A spe- j whose stiy' > '
of age and had been 111 for the him that microscopic headgear a terms expire next month a
in the the railroad dated 27 budgeted for this purpose. In any clal service led by Harry Black, Y
past six years, but her unexpected j I was prominently displayed July stating Registration Slow will be candidates for re-election. '
and that that effective 22 event, the department could not department chaplain, will bo held E. Priest I
death came as a shock to her front window all the time August It would C. the third term-out W '
family and friends. the supposedly wide-awake reporter Inaugurate the trl-weekly service upend more than that sum for Supervisor of Registration N. D. at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. { member stated Tuesday that he \y; {' '' s1

Funeral services were held at had passed right by without *The railroad previously had been farm market projects work without state seri very Wainwright few people said have yesterday come In that to Dinner will be served tOile'j' will not seek his place again be- ;'. '1',"L. a r.,
ously curtailing on our o'clock. I '
the Episcopal Church at 2:30: seeing it. given permission to discontinue cause of pressure of business af
register since the books opened in I
highways which must be maintained The dance Saturday night will "
o'clock Sunday afternoon with We that lady in Sunday service on the 133-mile fairs. However, two new mem.
presume every his office in the court house last .
the Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating, i town has already tried it on by route, all but 18 miles of which -by the_ road.. -department.-- week. The books will remain openIn vilion be held and In will the be KlnKsley open to Beach t the pu-// Harry II. Young and S. E. Sparks, I(I,. I

and Interment was In the Waldo now so there Is no use in our attempting lies in Florida. his office here through Monday, have already announced their candidacy t It f
lic. Proceeds will to special'
Cemetery soon after the services.Pall to describe it, even If we .- QllalifllillgJeadlille September 8, after which time go 11 for the council and there ',.1' I "
fund being raised to send the
bearers were J. M. Darby, could. It's a right pert little thing If your cur labors up a hill at City Clerk Carl Johns announced they will be moved to district offices champion Miami Drum and Bugle | will probably be) others. ;, y1 t i I

W. B. Sewell. Harry Benson, T. with a bit of a this and a dash 20 miles an hour in low gear yesterday that Tuesday, Au- In the various precincts. Registrations Corps to the next convention. | -----.4-----

J. Griffin, C. A. Knight and Jos. of a that and unless you are hope- have the distributor checked and gust 23, will be the deadline for will be taken on Tues- The business meeting for Legion ,, How Rumors Spread j ,

I E. Wilson. I lessly near sighted there is not reset the breaker points and synchronize candidates who wish to qualify In day, Thursday, and Saturday of I members will be presided, over by A good example of how the W' '4 ,

Mrs Chace was born in Lake I much danger of mistaking it for I them. the city election of September 13. each week Mr. Wainwright said.! Jack McArthur of High Springs, news gets around and how it grows 1111'I\ I
City October 12, 1864 and was the a three-cent stamp on Thursday I I t
commander of the second district. as It spreads was witnessed here ,\J:1; :
daughter of the Rev. David L. afternoon when the poatofflce Is I '
I will be
The Auxiliary meeting pre Monday afternoon. The report 1,1 ,
Branning and Virginia: Buddington closed and you just have to mail sided over by Mrs. Kd Martin, of j jOcalu wall heard that Mrs Sum Anderson '1'' : I

Brannlng She was married when I that letter you should have written L Instruments Filed For RecordThomas. Ii state vice-president of the I proprietor of the Kozy Korner {:I : :I .,

quite young to Edwin Forest who I a month ago anyhow. organization. Mrs. Betty McClure, I had run over "a lady" and killed' i:a ''t: I ,

died two years later. After several I I No matter what your reaction of Apopka, president of the state her. The facts In the case were 4 Ii. t r

years she was married to the late' to the "doll" hat might be, the I The following legal Instruments Lewis A Davis and wife Lee Forty acres, filed July 4. Auxiliary, will also be In attend- that Mrs. Anderson had run over 1 i

Dr .fames Chace and thirty years I fact remains that they're the style were filed In the office of the Perryman Davis to Joseph E. Wil- Deed. T. J. Alderman and Clara ance. and killed a "Lady," that being tha j 1' ,

ago came to Starke to make her I,I and the lady folks are going to 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court beginning son and wife Den Wilson. LandIn Alderman, his wife, to A. J. Thom- --- .---- --- -- name of the family dog. I\' e

permanent home. She had one wear them so you might just as June 20 1938, up to, and Including Starke. Warranty deed filed all 100 acres, filed July 5. ---. I
child a daughter, Mrs Hildabelle well get used to 'em. The proprietors August 4, 1938. July 21.Mrs. Tax Deed to T. J. Alderman. II WANTS TO SELL r" .
New Unit Soon : .
Benct. who survives her mother. of the Clar.J ean Shoppe Warranty deed. J. H. Saxon Bunle Mott and husbandJ. 151 acres filed July 4. SCHOOL HOUSE ) ; I
Also surviving are four sisters, deserve credit for keeping Starke and wife, Ellen Saxon to Roose- R. Molt to J. P. Roberts and Warranty Deed. Emma G. Harvey I The new $20,000 unit for the iJ' e"

Mrs John W. Morgan, of Starke; right up with the minute and for velt Smith and Pearl Smith. Lot Loots Roberts. Two lots in Ward i to Mafor Investment Co. Filed BOARD HAS NO MORE City Light & Water Plant will arrive JI a \\I 1 ,!

Mrs C B. Peeler, of Jacksonville; being the first to Introduce this In Hampton, filed June 27. City (Brooker> Warranty deed July 11.Warranty. USE FOR BOA TDRAIN here around August 20, R. F. '

Hrs Walter Wills and Mrs. William I I new style innovation to the city. Warranty deed. J. T. Quigleyand filed August 3. I deed. D. II. Mosa and BUILDING I Clark, superintendent of the plant l

Ennis both of Tampa, and I Minnie Wynn Quigley his wife Deed Agnes Roberts and husband Minnie D. Muss his wife, to Calvin stated yesterday. A period of four i iI I J

one grandson, J. O. Alvarez, of and L. A. Davis and Lee Perry- Zach J. Roberts and Gladys Brinkley. Lots 1 and 2, block 20, Wnnnuh buy a school house? I I weeks will probably be required I '

Jacksonville. For City ClerkW. man Davis his wife to Harry H. McKoone and husband W. R. Mc- Ward City (Brooker). Filed July The Bradford County Board of for installation before It Is actually '.If! '

Funeral arrangements were in D. (Dad) Fender announcedthis I Houston. Lot In Starke 75'x210', Koone, the said Agnes Roberts and 19. Public Instruction nan one for sale I! placed In operation, he said. At )t..

charge of DeWitt C. Jones. week that he is a candidate tiled June 28.Warranty Gladys McKoone being children Warranty deed. A. W. Weisner and you might get It If you put the present time an old founda'I'I, .; ,

I for election to the office of city I deed. T. J. Aldermanand and heirs of Debbie Gardiner, de- and Minnie O. Weisner his wife, your written bid In before Ion Is being torn out and preparations t

Martha C. Morgan clerk In the election to> be held Clara Alderman to G. W, Hall. ceased, to Ceo. A. Gardiner. 139.7 W. P. Harden and Bessie Harden day August 18. Thurs-I are being made for lay- I

Mrs here Tuesday, September 13. In 120 acres, filed June 29. acres, filed June 24. his wife, to Foster Shl Smith. I It's the Boatdraln school Ing u new one that will be strong I
Martha C. well-
known Morgan, making his announcement, Dad Warranty deed. Emma G. Har- Deed. M. A. Smith as Liquidator Filed July 20. a one-room, 30x40 building frame enough to support the larger unit. ./ t' I

for resident of Bradford County said: "I have been asked by sev- vey to Frederick II, Schaub, Jr., of the Bradford County Bank, Deed. J. P. Robert and Leola construction, and the Board nan. not I Power from the plant was discontinued I ,,.1,

the past forty years, died eral of my friends to run for the and Sarah E. Schaub or survivor. a Florida Corporation, to W. H. Roberts his wife to Mrs. Banie I more use for It since electors voted I II for an hour at noon yesterday 1 ,

early home Thursday of of last week at the position of city clerk In this next 5 acres in Woodlawn, filed June Edwards, Jr., 4 lots InWoodlawn.June Mott. Filed July 21. I to consolidate the Boatdraln school I while one of the old units wall !Ii f f !
her daughter, Mrs. Oliver district with the Starke district.I
Vnderhlll election. You know I have been 23. 27.Special. Warranty deed. St. Johns River being moved. 1
near Starke. She was fourteen Catherine E. Davis to S. Inez Warranty deed. T. J. Conference of the Methodist Epis- If you get the building you'll' i I 1'I 1//
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eghty-five years of age, and was among you telegraph Green. deed to land In Alderman and Clara Alderman, copal Church In the U. S. A. to have to remove it from Its present 'I !
a and have given a Warranty '
daughter of K. B. Drew, a years that Is second to none. I Starke, filed June 29. his: wife, to G. W. Hall. 80 acres C. M. Crews, D. M. Riggs, and L. location within thirty days :

wealthy and prominent believe service I merit the confidence and I, J. L. Thigpen by Stella Floral filed June 29.Warranty I T. Waters, Trustees of the Churchof after the sale. After that what I t ts rf

County Funeral planter. Clay I support of the people of Starke Thigpen as guardian and Stella deed. Charles A. God. One acre, filed July 22. you do with It Is entirely your af- J '> ; 'f
services were held and therefore offering myself Floral Thigpen personally to Clar- Hamilton to Fred Mason and wife Warranty deed. Ella Minton fair. It would make a nice summer $ i ,
Friday am !
Lake afternoon in the Kingsley as a candidate for this office." ence Melton. Land and house in Margarrt J. Mason. 30 acres near and J. M. Minton, her husband 'I home for your fishing camp J i I, .i;
Baptist Church with the Rev. A Starke, filed July 6. Warranty Crystal lake filed June 29. ; J, L. Green and Em- or even a row of up-to-date hen :|
Cleveland Moore, of Trenton, off ltinting. deed Deed. Mrs. Grace Norman to ma Green his wife: Bessie Green i I houses If you are Interested In the PAtu'd ffll&JoHrMi I'I'c"

| Interment was In Klngspy Scouts Reorganize Lucy F. Harrell and J. L. Har- J. W. Gaskins. Forty acres, filed and Q. M. Green her husband;; I I chicken business.. '..-. .*M* l t

Lake Cemetery under the direction The local Boy Scout troop has rell her husband, to Sam Brown, July 2.Deed.. Clifford Rahme and G. W. Rahme :I And here's a tip for former students i ,\, (11'1 r+' t

Home of Key-McCabe Funeral reorganized with John H. Fussellas E. Tisdale, W. H. Moore, Willie P. A. Brlnson. Marcus. F. her husband; Alleff Heldht and of the Boatdraln school who'' Ma says the deadest thing" she ',I f

of Jacksonville. scoutmaster following the re Barber, B. Berry, Emanuel Hous- Brown and Florence B. Brown, Otis Heldht her husband; heirs of have spent many weary hours be- ; ever saw Is a church member who ''-; +',ij,

Active pallbearers were: N. D. of Elmo; R. Struth.It ton and O. C. Strong, Trustees. of hIs wife, to Harold C. Wall and James Green, deceased, to Estella tween its four walls: The School j haa been having everything their j \)

"Walnwright, Jr., C. R. Cooper, A.I cent resignation to hold regular meetIngs and for Lawtey-Peetsville Colored wife, Martha Wall. Two lots in Hlnson. Forty acres, filed July Board will consider $79 a pretty:; own way but the people get tired l''l .
Andreu. C. A. Knight, A. J. Is planned over the 214' acres near Lawtey E. S. Matthews' Addition "A" to 23. fair price for the building In case of boss rule and vote them out and I"i

Thomas, and A, J, Grlffis. I j in the upstairs room filed Cemetery.July 8. Warranty deed.B. I Starke. Filed July 5. Quit Claim Deed. T. J. Alder- you want to make up a pool, buy'It don't listen! to them, any longer

J.ru.. Morgan la survived by four I Tip Top Grocery. H. Holzendorf and wife Ethel i Tax Deed to O. W. Roberts. Two man and Clara Alderman to John In. and have the pleasure of and then, they have nothing to do
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daughters, Mrs. Ruby Underhill, t| --*- Holzendorf to Gertrude D. Bear. lots In Davis and Truby'i Addi- Toplin. Ten acres, filed July 29. making a nice, big bonfire. j i but talk about the hypocrites. .,

Starke; Mra. Irene King Ft. Tomorrow Last Day leyLand in Starke, filed July 9. tion to Starke. Filed July. Deed. M.\ A. Smith as Liquidator After the building Is removed, ( Pa says the deadest thing he )
Meade; Mrs. Edith Williams Bra- | deed.J. Tax Deed to Louise Bonn. Two I of the Bradford County Bank, the one-acre tract on which It Is ever saw la a politician a longtime '" j
denton; and Mrs. Ankle Sasser, 'I'I Saturday Is the last day for for V. Jones and wife Ethel Jonesto acres filed July 4. a Florida corporation, to W. J. located will revert to Russell In office and the people vote .1' :

Shamrock; three eons, Frank Mor- to register with the to city be held W. H. Jones. 4 Iota. in Hampton Quit Claim Deed. Arthur K.I I Ward. Filed July 30. Hornaby, the former owner. Th ;; him out and he had done spent all

Ban Palmetto; Leaton Morgan, 'I the municipal election The I filed July 11. Warranty deed. Stringfellow and Dot Strlngfellow A. W. Welsner and wife Minnie Hoard had a lease which, gavea his money among the henchmen !

Starke and Oran Morgan, Valrlco. here Tuesday, September 13.the Warranty deed. W. H. Jones to to T J Alderman. 180 acres, filed O. Welsner and W P. Harden and right to the property only ao I, and he has nothing to do but go \\1
,, books will be open through Jones. 4 lots. In Hampton. July 5.Tax. wife Bessie G. Harden to T J'I long as It was used as a school fishing

l tlarrl 1820 there were only 100 den-!, at the office of the clerk In the I Filed Ethel July 11. Deed to Mrs Eva Mae Aldel.man, Filed August 4. site, I s afr W, L. George. ,f fDy
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i CATTLE INDUSTRY IN FLORIDA No More OrdersAcceptedBy f 2.00: "I LesTlnlatiire''OW-. ,'X.'eIl" i"I l )U". pass now'special." hi>re-or I it'prcnenl'..-..1.. 1 U2 mipulil tn 1'1.: taxed both inclusive for the I '"Bllll Ullll'MK' nf Hnlthl unlll I, --"

Lawtey ; ., otherwise provided In the Con- imountlntt to fSfi.04. ,redoi'ined aci nidliJL, ,, .
BoardThe hat no local ALSO): l.ntH UO, 27, 2R ITII.-M, dt-B-| ||h. | \ "
1 'h I .
HAS AN INTERESTING HISTORYIntroduced I repairs : special;I PIOVIJI-l I I I I panned, nor In C. J k3tl v., of SW'iuf to the hlghi-Mt I .
J. / liny hi .h.1 law iiHlnb- HIH..c.' S. U. 22 E., house.. door hl'' Id'.
or,abolishing/ municipali The taxes to he ..hl me evhJ.nc..d I Ih. Month, ni 14.'i ,". \
School Board at its meet- school $ "
by the Spanish discoverers uses. Cattle and timber are the ; or providing for their govern hv certificate No. 1453 of 1H3J and is tho llh.. day ,' -
Ing here last week served notice on bor on ; and power or al- represent. unpaid taxes for theP'arH 1038.Ifittod. :
of Florida cattle since only products. possible for these Jurisdiction or the same, be 1 lit 12 to I 11.18. both 'Inclusive, this ,

that time have provided Florida other ml lions of acres of Florida the public that It would in no way District ..... A".ndln.', of Intention nmoiintlnir, to .791 A. D. 1935. Ih. I 'I
bo responsible for purchases made rect error apply therefor hall have been ALSO: hot 2 27 OrigInal (OFFICIAL SEAL)
J families the necessities for a well- land. Approximately 28,000,000 of Its The Starke ; ,.d In the manner provided Town of Mtarke. Sec. I Tp. 6 A. J. ,
J rounded existence Advancingagainst acres are adaptable to the pro. by any employees. 10f law where the matter or thing S K 22 E, Clel'k 1'/0.\\" ,
board agreed not to accept orderson lo may he nltu"teil. The taxes to be sold are evidenced Bradl"rd "i.1, ,,
tremendous odds of disease duction of cattle. af..t..1 be ubllHhed In by certificate No. 4U3 of in 3D, Mid 8-5-St-F-I. ""

former poor breeding practices Florida at the present time has I employees. Starke $ mann.r 101c.provided ehal by law nt leant .represent unpHld. taxes for
J. H. Moore chairman and E. J. dn.vs prior to Introduction yours' 1B29 to U I. both Inclusive 10'1'1'1 OF- .rPIM\'rl\ -
and misunderstanding. the 1.200,000 head of cattle 5,000 of W. W. the Legislature of any such amountng to "88.03. ll.l, 11R
Industry at present represents an which are bred or high grade Lewis attended the meeting. W. The evidence that mien notice I : >t 1-2-8 of SIlt 27. Llvlnirton (Sdnete Still :
pure P. Smith the third member was pairs, $ ; been publish..d shall he estab- Truby & Co's Add., to NOTICE IS Ih5Ltj.rty! I ilISi
Investment of some 140000.000 beef type bulls. There Is ample new In I the Legislature before such Starke. In Wu, of NKV4 ec. 28 J. S. iliapp j1. -
on ; : !mil
and directly or indirectly furnishes room for expansion of the local absent because of sickness. shall' tie paHHed. and such evi' Tp., 8 f. H. 22 K., tificate No. ,
3, sustenance for Following are the minutes of the son, ; .. shall be filed or preserved The taxes to he sold are evidenced of July A. 1>". 8i9''I: \ I "Tlop:;
employment and for Florida now is ,
Industry. pro- Johns : ; the In the office of the hy certificate No 426 of 1932 andr..r..nt In
office >
approximately one-tenth of Flor ducing only about 40 percent of meeting held here August 1: ,. bil State In Much manner unpaid taxes. for the tlon for and hue n ,"I. m<
a tax ,
Bynum ; the Legislature I shall provide, year 1931, amounting to (19 44. dci-il" i .
ida's population. her present beef supply. The Board agreed to have A. M. Rosalind : the fact that such notice was ALSO: Lot 4, B of nik 27, LlvIns..tonk the thereon. Said c'ertlf.I,

: The industry has made much Blanchard work one day on cafeteria In the Legislature Truby & Co'. Addition following de"lrlh"d l ?," "r
Is convenientwith .hal the (
Marketing now ness $ ; every case be recited upon e, In of NEVi Sec. 'OUnty Ura progress In the past few years. 27 cuttle markets In Florida benches at Lawtey. Also to teaching, ; : nf the Senate anil of the 2H Tp. 6 S. R.W4: E., Florida to-wit: ..

: This has been done by the importation -' Alabama and Georgia accessible install sink at Heilbronn School of. n..11..entallv.. .: PROVID The taxes to he .oh are evidencedby Lot 23, 24, 25 "i", ", I
( lawn
teaching : Section
No. of 1930 and ,
how. of
, and in-breeding of selected, to the Florida producer. The and pipe water Into Brooker and teaching $ ; law v. no be publication required here-any repr."t c..ttcate unpaid taxes for theyearn SInth. Range 1 5 1"w, 11'1
.hal ,
n high quality stock; thus raising Industries In those install sink.A .*r wh. .u.h law contains a 1! 31. both Inclusive, lug 40 Acres, more ,.i ]I.
meat tl
packing .
standard of Florida cat- new ; .. to th. ... that the name :855.0*. The a".o..menl. ,of t th,,
4 ; I the breed I three states have Invested $15- delegation was before the I Madge : 1 not become operative. or ef- ALSO: Inl I, ft ft. 7 of Pile S.I. erty under the sail, !" '

tle: Improved range and pasturage 000.000 In packing and processing Board from Graham relative to $ .. until ratified or approved J. M. dilton to Starke sued was In the naiti., 'i 1 I.
; Sec. 28 6 22 E. Unless
and the application r.1..ndun' election to be call Tp. said certlfl/ .n
development plants. Florida therefore has disturbance in school. It was mov- plumbing ; territory affected. The taxes ;!he tinld are evidencedby redeemed according tproperty b

I of modern herd management and amplo market outlets to care for ed by E. J. Lewis and seconded by Florida accordance with a provision certificate No. 835 of 1931 and described th. i "
buslnesa-like methods in the raisIng I i ,' contained In inch bill, or represent unpaid taxes for the Bold to the hlght i,,.ij) b.
F her needs during the next five J. H. Moore to retain teacher and Reddish ; : by general law. yearn 1930 to 1931 an'otltnl: to'' court house d.o t' .,,,1 'n" h.

and marketing of Florida beef I years. keep all Graham, pupils below sixth Thomas, ; $141 1 00.Said day In the month i
o nnd dairy stock. i JOINT RESOLUTION I..opnlln. tax certificate. 101..thlr with IN tii 'I I .> "
Briefly Florida Is particularly grade in that school. Carl Ritch Amendment to Section all subsequent, orlt..d .whl'h, .
Of Florida's 35,000,000 acres of IX of the Constitution of Flor taxes will be the hitchestbidder ,
Dated this I Utb, ,
to the Instructed
and Frank Norman ;
I peculiarly adapted pro- was i
;and there are 17.000,000 acres off Relating to Taxation and Fi- at the foiirthmiMe door In (OFFICIAL ; L.II" J
duction of cattle for the following to make report on the number of tation ; .. hv Addlnr Thereto a Requlre- Starke on the 19th. day of August A. J. THOAIA-.
the tax boks. These 17,000,000 ,
Legislature 1938 at 11:00: o'clrti-k A. M.I .
reasons: pupils: on Vanderbilt bus. art ; Shal Clerk of '" ", i
cres represent 2 percent of theitate's far Raising Hi tod thin the 10th., day of .uly. Bradford ,
I mn n
rainfall State
1. Ample generally Approprlntloo. Made
The Brooker colored school was
total taxable property and the the Uniform Sys! ( SEAL) 11lt8'1.NO'r.C"l
1.5 percent of the total lund area guarantees an abundant growth of allowed $20.00 per month for buses $42 ; of l..n..lt Free. School, and of I A. 3 THOMAS,
and feeds. ; I Slate Institutions of Higher Clerk of Circuit Court of
grass transporting pupils the county to I OF
tf the State. .1'1"1.1 \TIO,
2. Soils are generally of heavy cille aa a Part of the expenses Tiradford County Florida. Foil '1' \ )
I l Of the State's total land area. pay Insurance.It the State and on an Equality 8-1-3t-8-1 ("..,ut. Illll N,,. ;
to produce good $25.00; '
enough type grass
: ruout 2,000,000 acres are in cultlatlon was moved by E. J. Lewis NOTICE lo I.IUHY: t 1'-
with good carrying capacity per sickness $ ; .'11 RESOLVED. BY TUB' LEO- ,OTU'.1 nrSTATK "I-MTI'IC'! 5I.F.i. J. M. < | 'hi'.
to and J. topurchase OF THE STATE 1/
\ 3000.000 are adapted seconded by H. Moore OF OP FLOHII1ACOUNTY No. 970,
when such lands are put in Sup't ; ),\ That the 11,1. 1,0 "
acre :
OK : I.
and Inlowlnll' A D I ,
and resorts material from
leaches pleasure roofing 11\n"ORO i
Improved grasses. Louise "d ..n t of Section 2 Notice I I.. ... that under In my office and hutlon I'
about 3,000,000 acres rich in sill- the American Oil and Paint Company of the Constitution of Florida nnd bv virtue. of that certain final for I I
that be used In glass 3. With mild seasons the State Ohio for Brooker $50.00; to taxation and finance be O"lre. (,I I.'nr.eto.ure made July thereon. Suld a',tax 'Ind| t ,/
ton might Dayton the < 't'tifI i i" ,.
In agreed to 29th D 19.18, By A. I
has as long a grazing season as $22.75: HRI. h..by Honorahl. the .
inunufacture or other Industrial School at a cost of $285.50; purchase shall to the nual- ; Z Adklnn. judge or the 8th Judicial II" i l I., .i ,.
any other State and longer than oil. $159.94 ; .. of the of Flor- the County nf Ulul l ,i ,
to be dated August 1, 1938 < .Ie..t"r. Atat. circuit band for Bradford County Florida, to. "
most, plumbing ; ralHI..aton rejection at In that certain raune "
'- --'- -- Ilorlda. South Half of Si,, I, ,
payable six months after date at next general election wh.reln the City of Stark. H Municipal i IIIK
4. Feeds can be produced very terms of the Board. Starke I toe held In November., 1918. That Corporation. l I. plaintiff aoiiU"Iert ter of Northeast. Qitin "; "
cheaply In Florida. B.H.S. and ; I say that Section 2 of Article McWaln, Ilertha McWaln. hlwife .. 18 TownNhhiRanare "
) BUSINESSDIRECTORY The Board agreed not to pay the Constitution of Florida be joined by Robert McWaln. her 22 EastAcres ,,' .
and bred cattle
5. Grade pure Lennon the same Is hereby amended no husband and next friend: and Emily more or I.o.

g from British beef type and Bruham any teacher less titan $65.00 per $2.00: .. .reRo us ..: L. Amen, Hu..vlvln.. widow nnd Hole The ae".e.menl 'ti 1 op
I month. 2. The Legislature shall Heir to of I>. I. Ames. arty under the wulil
7ai blood have demonstrated their oil for ; e for mining revenue to de- 1 teceaned ; and J1.tale Helnenrodt. are sued was In I the oem '

adaptability to Florida ranges. The following widow's pensionswere tern Union ; the expenses of the H'ate. In defendant, the undersigned, an Hpeclal I'nlcBB sail n-rtlfl '1_
I I ,t i n.. utate I for the ., sell for cash to redeemed according t .
approved: ,
a"Ir"I..lnlon" "
With these in their favor, it is Griff, .. nf of the highest wil next bidder at the property described 'tii t

no wonder the Florida cattle in- Mr. D. J. Phillips, Mrs. Ethel $125.00; .free schools provldetl In ac- front door of the court house In sold to the hi Ku' -' i i iCOlirt ", I.b.
) Crawford Union Robulson Eliza- with Article XI of the I Starke Hrndford County. .Florida llOUBe tliMIt .n
: made such tremendous fice
has I
The drink dustry ; I i :! and of In- on Mnndity the 5th tIny of September dav In tinm.. i.
?'4 strides in the past and can look beth Wynn Mable Sullivan Griffla ; 1.1.IO of HlKher Learning' for A. n. 1938, durlnl the legal 1938, which Is the Jtlitember *t"" S.p.

that forward to great expansion in the Mary Snowden, Carrie Wynn Louise year, and alno a suffi bourn of sale, fn. purpose of ID.isl :
to pay the prlnello and Kiitlffvl't' MHld Decree And >nt"d thl: i i I. '..
I future Possibly however even Mrs. Ruth Murr, Estelle Dennison 15-30 $ ; .'. of t the ". .. the an' > 'milihfiiin" i.'miLaliu, il I. 'tb*' to'lii'IAI., si..i'! i
everybodyknows could have been Onla Taylor H. C. service 1 nf the State follow j d rll,.>d rc-1 emit" I lyInir A. J I'
greater progress (
I and being In Starke, .
e made in the past and will be like Green Mrs. 1 fat tie E. Manlre board ; JOINT flIISOIAYTIPr"poslng. Florida. to-wlt: lrndfol'dCOI Clerl! ., i.iIlradl i ,

r 1'Jfr ly in the future with the Florida Vida Dyal Dora Taylor Mrs. Delaney Smith A".nd".nt to Article XIV of the ,' :'PRo ((6)) SlK ; Florida Relating to (7) In Plfick "irK--n, ( t lit) in r.lv.
t public better Informed as to the Dickinson Mrs. J. H. Manning I Percy E. I State! Mllltla by Adding Thereto i Inll'.lon-'r"lhy" ititil i COI''Y'' u .o ,
l'i'FI OF \
: Mrs. R. H. Futch Mrs. R. Additional' Section Specially to I,. town of Starke. i'ii't-r,4\ MII
value and of the Florida ap Idllon
a jet prospects ( $0.00; I to the Federally MA net's F. nnow.v. 'I't' IIKP.ltXeiinle : :
te I cattle Industry.Misinformation C. Johns Mottle Griffla Madeline $23.00; J. Troops Known as the Florida Special Master, ( Illll ," ""I";
and misunderstanding Frigo. Saxon Lilly Thomas new L. O. Powell, ll.ilil..
Ito. of the Florida public has Geneva Pringle Bee Couey Edith 11. OK THE HTATE OF 8-5-41-8-28 Ilal.lt. No. 29. IMI< I ''I ,
DOT. CO. Croft Bertha Crews Rennie Grif- : That the ,\UIU"I. A. D 192S h.. i
been one of the greatest liabilities fnlowlnM
Eating to Article i\ THE t'lflt'tIP c-mi trr OF TiinKKiiiTii I oflce and Ini_- i ii titlon -
gI'ut -- of the Florida cattle Industry. fla. Mrs. Willie Wimpy Mrs. Mae known in .. of Florida relating to .1.'II.t U. ('incrrrOK tax ill 'I l u
WE AREPRESCRII'TION Wells J. F. Durrance Katy Pad State Mllltla by thereto. TIIK OF. PI.OM- I thereon. Said certlfl .1'. tithe
this to certain extent addlnM 1'\1'1
a of James 1.A additional Section known 11I' Ito is- t lolowilg descrllud, j, i
has been the fault of the Florida gett Hettie Jones Maggie Ad- <" ,, 8 of said Article XIV 01 01 %'I"'I.I -\?.- the of Br..lf'.1< i

EXPERTSCARPENTER'S cattleman. An outdoor man, he klns Wiley Groves.SCHOOL applicable to the federal (' a V. }Florida towltSouthwest :
"( State .
troops known
may at times be bluff and tactl- mile National Guard Is hereby. P. A. nRINSOX, Quartet, *
turn his motives he hundred .. to and shall be submitted PlaintiffVS east Quarter Except' u" J'
misjudged North-west ,
; i corner and icr
The Rexall Store may make no effort to Justify his BOARD the volcano for electors ratification of the or State rejection of Flor at J. J. TRI'BY.: MABEL WEL- In South-west corn,,,., A

: stand. of Costa next Ueneral Election to be held LER and M. A. SMITH. A* Township 7 South n"1 ;
t WARRANT LISTFOR as Liquidator of the Bradford East containing 3 a..r. nor
Complete Line of No better examples of this pub- world. lo .lo1'IDA N.TINAL' County Bank or less.
).-( ) Defendant The assessment of the mild prop
lic could be
GARDEN SEEDS misunderstanding JULY 1938 I the a federal erty under the said certificate w
found than recent efforts of 'get- (' ... National Guard the :OTU'': OF "P"1"1'1. M ,,'r.,. In the name of F. J. Pallet
Also tlng the cows off the roads" and District. Fund : I shall nut generis and sub ".-L,.: Unless said certificate shell be ri<
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS W. W. Agin, repairs to Water under the < to the lawful orders of the NOTICE 13 IIEIIKHV OIVEX that deemed according to l law. tin property ]
'MI In cattle fever tick eradication. the State who .hal he Commander the underlgned Special Muster, l>y described therein will be 1
SISTRUNK'S Much agitation has been stirredup Oak colored $2.00; Dick Ellington Joint .. .rt'I". I (hi. ( I l.t) National Guard virtue of a final decree heretofore tu the highest bidder at the ;oir
labor supported and rendered In the Circuit Court of house
on Lawtey cafeteria $9.60; ments to maintained door on the first Monday
and much criticism given the State of }' State of Florida pursuant to Bradford County, Florida In that the month of September ((938 .hl
Florida cattle industry on the matter Harry Padgett labor on Lawtey nvieert to "".. of law pre.crlblnl for I Certain Chancery Suit, wherein P. la the Bth day of Septemb IP3
I cafeteria $3.79; N. Thomas janitor of all the arming A. Hrlnson Is Plalntlt. and J. J.Truby Dated this 23rd day ,.1< Jiiii>';l 1:
EASY TERMS I of ridding Florida roads of boune: that said National Guard an"l Mabel W..ler M. A. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
service $25 00 E. A. Winkler
roving cattle. It may amaze many ; HeHolutlnns 'da'He' with the. Acts of (' Imlh. As. of the ilrad- A. J. THOMAS
I Installing ventilators at Hampton respective ". .nd regulations. of the ''"nty Rank are Defendants Clerk of I'lrcul'r, if f
ON ALL YOUR FURNITURESave Florida residents to know the and nays ..* 'Val Deportment thereunto'I will offer for sale and to the
1..1 Bradford County
Florida cattlemen are heartily in $580.31; Gassett Hardware, termine ,, ((0)) Officers. of the fed highest and best bidder bidders 7-29-5t-8-20. 'I"ld.
Money At material for repairs at New River Joint .... II' recognized IWiard, for cash In front of the South Door
I favor of getting the cows off the the elector the ralo \, i of the Bradford County Court HouseIn NOTICE OF T't

DENMARKFURNITURE highways. In fact a strong resolution $21.00; Cassett Hardware janitor oral ':""' he al.polnt.d. and shall be sub- stnrke! Florida, '*n Monday the (' .. 1.\.1. :
supplies for B. H. S. $6.25; D. W. NOW '' to suspension, discharge, re- Cth day nf September. A l\ 1938 O1VEN< ,itafl
to that effect is on the records flrHV, .... .. or compulsory retirement as between. the hours nf I 11:00: ( o'clockA. NOTICE IS HEKEUV *
r" CO. of the Florida Cattlemen'sAssociation. Moore land at Lawtey (note), of Florida, .solely. on the basl8. of military M and 2-1)0: ) o'clock P. M., toI"tl.ly W. H. Graham has II..d v'tr! rr
9 written that I ai (rillfIcatea
I $312.28; Quigley & Davis. material that a character and service the terms of said decree, the request .
with ill'
following described lying
for Lawtey cafeteria $203.33; (;.:\ : : d.t""ln.d, .. according to army property: omitted or levied tax. Held :. Ih .
; FISHINGTACKLE I I While they are heartily In favorof will be held and usages sanctioned and being 1 In Bradford County, Florida th'
law State be advertised and ;'lliini
In to-wlt
F. A. Scott, rent, $2.00; Ebb anything this Constltu- :
fencing cattlemen feel the en- ida on to the contrary, notwithstand The Southeast Quarter (SEVO: highest. bidder for cash i .. >di l
Thornton janitor service $50.00; first I (d) The of the Quarter. by Chapter 18294 of th- ."
Pc tire burden should not be put on I 1'J.IX.: the .... Illal'nlon of offi Ntrlhea..t NE'/i '.
All Sizes Rifle
and of
O B. Colson janitor supplies Federally Section H.v..nl.en I 117), of the I.eIIMlalure. upci'
them to supply by donation or KIOHTIt Six ,N' II
National Guard shall he Township ((6) Month. RangeTwentytwo lowing
d..erlb.,1 (
J Cartridges condemnation the right of way for I $23.13; Harry Padgett labor on for the the Maid ",' ,..., In I111"I'y regulation (22) E.I; also County StiU' FIn'
1/ Lawtey cafeteria $6.00; Dick Ellington In with The South Fifteen ( acres of Ida :
ft BRADFORDHARDWARE I the road out of their rangelands. Inir ,' specifications( the Southwest to.wl
I labor of the .1 of the U.'h"l Cjuarter (SWVi ) 2. 28, 39. 36a'
on Lawtey cafeteria
c bear their proportional share of A JOINT Department" | of the ! CO. $4.80; N. Thomas janitor service the ,' votes cast In compliance with (SW'Vi\ ) of Section Twenty-three 44. 45. 41 G4" \
I the clearing grading and paving : proposed amendments Six tS Smith, nnt
I tide and the (2) Township ) Sec 29 Tp B (n
John X of I
II costs and then be forced to immediately $4000; McKlnney cleaning to the .. ,."... declamtlons and returns /' Twenty-two (22)) East; AC'ee. or, Ir'-,
w I school and grounds at Graham ,. shall be to the also mol'
BUY TilE BEST ; from subject The taxes to be -.1,1 t
bear the additional burden
(SEV,) ,
."uIRllon. aN 'Ih. QUA..t.r I i r
: WHEN II of fencing their lands along $3.50; N. D. Wainwright preparing -' BE IT ': : : : provided: by' r'lrlelon.rn I the Northeast QU.r.I' (NEVi) ,'ty 28 certificate and 1U.I3 Not i vi
'\\i lists of freeholders $20.50; R. [ISI.ATITtK: I ,), In the Slate 1 ol-I" I Idn. .f I the Southeast. qlal'le (SK'4' client fin rpspe.. t h. .
the highway.This FLORIDA: IN of !< taxes
Twentv-two 2J
' ': < ),
YOU BUY "I P. Lewis 12 : Inl'lnll loin
;4 Is something that will work days janitor service amendment, I have h..ulto set my Township; Six (8) South Range both lncliiHl\i
I $24.00 Forest tar X of the (' I hand the ( Iwenty-two (22) Kant.E. 221.87.
kj ; Crosby putting treat
M .
Rno ntlx.1
;, Itself of '
out. certlfli.i'
i' L.I l Improved breeding of Florida ( : ) Heal 1 of Flor K. PKHHYMAV: Said tnx
on Brooker school $1.00; Joe Har- .... \ kUbH ,, omM1tnxe >
Florida cattle Is resulting In stock of ida: Tallahassee. the Special Master.15StSIF all .tiient|
: Peterson's Dairy I ,' yell hauling 7..loads from Wood- ...n.I he ;lt this the Doth,) day wlt he h .III '
too valuable to be allowed to roam '
I and shall )> of A. D, l9.I. lldi'r the emuStaike
at large. Improved and lawn to Lawtey cafeteria, $10.SO/ ; to,'" of *the I ill AY \OTlrn I)F ": on the 12IM 'In
; pasturage
m UNDER EXPERT HANDS' E. M. Bennett janitor service, Election of I!>: *t'\I;\: "' (it' St"". I. T Frank 1..n.lruO. m"yo. of 1918, at 11:00 I o'i'Im J JflateI K
i, range will also add Impetus to the I for '.. ; ilt-lI-4. Iark. Fla, by vl.tll.of th. this th<' 21nlin :
a'. That's here I fencing movement. Indeed the $20.00; Floyd Crosby cleaning to city I that Itv vested In m ', di" hereby as.OFFICIAL.
i school grounds at Rising $4.50; Article X call an election t to be held at the (
mi >ou are when I, larger cattle owners are already i H. C. Green. janitor service at amended MO : ('I'J'I'I :OP ".11 OK TtiiiTlKirTis \ .'Ity ball In the aforemild town by J.RF.\II )I,'--
Eveiy )" I : the qualified voter
7 : fencing or have completed fencing l 'ou'r... In I.I title .. )'l'ICI': I IS IIIOKI-JIIV: (1IVKN that .
,) our 1. Hampton $1563; Percy Griffin or Sempember 13. ItSfl, fi ,r I purpoHe bradford I c""in. ,
-f ; : their property. Only the least pro- real ",. "- K..n ha. filed with me of electing the following officers -
( :: "holl. gresslve cattlemen are the chief holding election $2.00; Dave Swindle reeldeH .. ruIhIssI| that In. tax cer : 7-29-3t.8-1.
0011, .;: |I make the tiiKetlier ubne- : i"'i:
One >
1 I I holding election $2.00; T. J. mayor. I ('lilt'I IT ('01 III01 ,
offenders In this and only the less nent home, | omitted or levied taxes held Three Aldermen.One '
3 Friends Barber Perry holding election, $2.00; of another I h. State, liu udvertlned and Hold (' %'r" 1.01111' l> ,'
Shop desirable and low bred cattle Charley Hall holding election urally ..".., highest bidder for cash aa II..rk.collector.One Treasurer. Tax aseor *- (-H\('Kilt. < ,.H: MIV

day will be found at large on to-I shall he .. Id ml by Chapter 15296 of the Marahalt.Innpector J. C. WELLHROCK.Plaintiff.

: I from all ..1. of the Legislature, upon of paid election F. A.
SEE: MK BEFORE VOl' WIRE | majority of Florida's highways.On followingdencrlbed .. : -v_
mentii for real .t.l. Scott, A. H. John. J. L. peek.
Estimates Cheerfully the other matter tick erad- I the State of Georgia followed by aMMetiiM'd .. County of Mradford, In tetlmony whereof I hereuntoKiihHcribe R. P. JONES and ALV-l >

I icatlon cattlemen have also been II I similar action on the part of and Dollars. to.wit: my name and cause the JONES, his wife.
Given contlfriion, ", of NRW: F... N 6 A.. coal of the said town to be hereunto Defen I lnnt Is-. ,
I given much unfair and unfounded I II I II Louisiana Tennessee and North ed In ,' : SWlt' of NVVlRx.. N affixed this the 4tll day of August, onnnit OK ri ,,. .IO'D

E. A. WINKLER I criticism. For years the Stale Carolina. No one will ever know COI"lIlltl,, '! : l\s.. 'l'l|p. 6 S. K. 21 E., A. I> I'taq.OFFICIAl.. >OTUK ''U U'I' : ,
I I more or let**. ( SEAL) It appearing by affldi'' "
I cooperating. cattlemen have been exactly how many thousands of Ih..I'eaf..r. to l h. Hold are evidenced. "il COPIPcause "
|I Ih. .u. T. Frank Lan.lrlm. Mayor. to the till of 1
r Radio and Electric Service I! engaged in a campaign for eradication -I dollars of damage and cash loss mon with .*..' "the. unpaid No. 8H4 of .133. and the Attest: that the def.ndi' ,,I(j
may i'MIL Jones and Alyce A. I''
You'll Enjoy ': of the cattle fever tick. this brought Florida cattlemen. lon of the 1932: i I 19:15: both Inlu.lve, City Ct.rOlNS.. are each non-resident, ,

EATING: 'I I This campaign Is drawing to a successful -I Neither was It good "advertising"for Pets thereon shall AH '. ( ): 1 :In 9410.1.NF Co. of A 12 865t92.NO."I'.1. end" reside California at .1147 KI, I i 1..
Florida and the Florida cattle Tract 'Ianel".o.
conclusion and the entire of by P. .
emption nf I.nd OF I Iii
With Us I: state of Florida with the exception Industry In the newspapers of and: Dollar I 1 : food win.. In S" of SEll of T\X PPI..I'rIO': over, no I person year of In a. i tl'r' "
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I fine pernnn Iylnl Adl Mack( Lot NeilMI Mill < '
OrangeBlossom I, of six small swamp areas, I I America. hOIl.. nor 8 S. K. E., 1 Acre, NOTICK IS HEREBY"f. Ifl11 '. That of subpoena upon defendi.WIld .' ;

I !I I has been greed of cattle tick in- Upon the Supreme Court revers- exemption, or 1..1. be O. ('. Conner holder of Tax Certificates ORDERED.IIh..r of lal,1 you n P .n
to Hold
ceed. the are evidenced 3ior
: |: festatlon. I I ing Its action, the quarantine was uation ..., '..r'II..I' x.*. 41)7) and 993 of I iHHlled Numb..r.d Sept. I 93 re.petv..ly.. 1 483 Alyce A. Jones each appeal. I H, r O\

k1 I I Cafe i I Investigation revealed the tick lifted pending the continuation of may by MUCh..".. I ()nt 19:3 unpnld respectively taxes for and rep-the A.I August 7 7,, 9h has and filed I I 1213 same I issued In:: day entitled September cause to 6, 1938 the Pit In' v hortl.

In these six areas was being spread the tick and tlcky deer eradication onable laws 1KJD to I'.MS.: both Inclusive, mv office 113. made application plaint filed all'aln' you ,u''

I I by so-called "tlcky" deer. The i, work. At the present time of n I .. IIIKto '1.3. for tax deed to be **,ud thereon. the relief sought thi r .'
1 exemption.A : UIMln ': Cor of SK'i Said certIficates respectively em. of a mortgage as a : o'I
only way to complete the campaign the eradication work is underwayand NKH Iu..S 4.10 ft for a nt. braces the following described prop.ertles the following land :1'id

WITH and make the entire State the entire State of Florida will JOINT Hit, W 1117 ft. S In the County of .Bradford, County, Florida to.wl '"
ft. K lIt ft., to Hec., line Stat of Florida to-wlt Lois 63, 64 f
I... I I tick-free was to remove these soon have no more cattle fever an .\ ,.. ".. N 570 ft., to bea-. Sea. 2:1: (' I 41.: embrace. of Lots 57 6 58, exi, ,' II.o.

A SMILE: .1'" tlcky deer. Therefore local laws ticks. Upon completion of the 'State tlcle 3 of of { ten H S.. U. 2 K.: 15 Acres, more Com.I'I at a nlnn2(5\ ft East of Nw cif-way of S.A.L. I ',\\

Houston :=/ were passed In the last legislature tlcky deer removal the Infested "ubl..atlon,, '... 'taxes to. be void are evidenced Coiner Run East of 160;Feet NW. of 260 81314[ feet A of 12, Section and SW"23, of all r'I.I:',.\ '

Service Sta. to permit the slaughter of these animals will be replaced with tick- BE IT II : : ... un No. 182 taxes of 133 and the beginning West 100 f..t. North 2|>0 feet to II 225., I
pOlo 32
deer in four of the six tick-In- free healthy deer IHLATt'llB 111.12 tu both Inclusive, Range 21 Plant'c.: containing Township S 1 South.Acre. Mil otherwise of the alegatl.' .
KIjORItlA.: to $30.33.
more or lee J'
fested areas. Thus even though misunderstoodand confessed '
by you.
amendment : NW
( Prompt Service at Later when the deer removal began hampered by a misguided and 3 of the ( \ : ,I'1 Vl..(. of 1"lI'ln.1\\ at& run S Cor.450 ft of, JVHi Certificate of NWi, of No.SKV 1281., Except embrace about, -el.Mraph. a duly qunIK a1- ..
of Florida ,' designatedpaper I ,
Reasonable Prices of misguided sportsmen misinformed find the a n rt. 1"1., Thence S 579 10 A..r... ski Persons S
: a group public we al election I II I H floi ft. Public Koail 32 dlv. Sec., In which this ord I

f I' Let Me Ultimate Your Job obtained an Injunction stop- Florida cattle Industry still carryIng I Is hereby : ... NW up tI eald road to a pt. containing TownshIp 10 6 Acre South.. more Range or 23 lees.East, published once each w I .,

ping the work-thus premlttlng onstill Increasing In its capital submitted i 0 ft. S of qr., Mec., Line thence Certificate No. 1282, i-nnsecutlve week prl> >
C. M. RITCH tion 1 ) 604 ft to Ben. Seo. 24 Tp. 8 East Half of [ turn day. IU IdWITN1OSS
these tlcky deer to spread the tick Investment which already ebrf : I I I I. 22 E.! 10 Acre., more or Mouth..a.t Northwest Less a e."i my harm an"seal ,';
t eral | ... Quarle. Acr. at Starke. Bradford ..
I I and again throwing the entire stands at $140.000.000-IItlll bring. her, A. D..I' ; t !i taxes to he sold are evidenced Range, Road H.c. Tp. 8 South, Florida this 23rd day nf f'' \

; : 4 FRESH FISH state open to re-infestation with ing livelihood and sustenance, directly Section 21 Nn. 161 of 1533 and more 2 J."t. containing 10 Acres. 198.

the cattle fever tick and nullifying or Indirectly to one-tenth tutlon of unpaid taxes for the The assement. of the said proper. (OFFICIAL SEALT
At All Times be amended 1932 to 1038 both inclusive
; : ty under A. J.
the work of many years. I of Florida's total population-still Section to $.14 flf>. In the (.rtl.at. No. U 3 As THO.I. "

r .w MagnoliaFish Upheld by the Florida Supreme Jo-j. erty under
said KNIGHT KNIriHTStarke
Court this brought on diversified aha I Certificate No. 12*1
",.. Injunction reatjr, more more form or !I.** wu In the of Unknown and FloridaSolicitors
Mkt. State, but be told evidenced lame
of Florida lax.tl are the .
cattle by Florida. PlaintIff55Stih
a quarantine : prosperous the said property for
I I .
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TAMPA IS A FAIRLY YOUNG CITY BUT Taylor< of Marrlinny! were here U. Morgan, '
"IN THE I Saturday and Sunday, where Mr. Card of Thank \', I !
I! I Rhoden filled his regular appoint We wish to thank all those who ,I:: i'' : .'
with ,, assisted us during the death of "
BoxDear Tampa, among the younger of pi meaning "adjacent" ment.Miss l' '
: our dear mother, Mrs Martha C. ; .'
JOE GRAIN American cities, has a name and The town also was known at F.dnlBryant and Mrs. Inez Morgan and especially do we 'I 1' I \ ry ,
history among the oldest. Timpe In Indian language, he Wilson of West Palm Beach wore thank Dr Parks for his faithful J '
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'- I Mr Matthews: I i While the city's commercial development said, "and was sailing along under visiting Miss Bessie Tyler: Saturday assistance L, U. Morgan and : }
Floridians interested to vote upon any I Will you kindly give space to a dates back less than that name prior to 1800/ afternoon. family ; ,

r, in state legislative So, despite the brief statement of the Townsend I three-quarters of a century. It has Following the visits of the Span- I Frank Morgan of Pam! tto, and .__ ____ if, t'I f ,1
/ matters, and Sales Tux" Plan, now usually referred to as been a community since before the ; ish conquistadors in the early 16th Carl Green and son of Sparr were Train beans t it, a pole or a fence 'I, ;, 'I,
who know next lined reports of General Welfare Act of 1937? I first white man sailed into Tampa century, the Tampa region for recent guests of Mr. and Mrs L. for maximum yield. ;I! '.
/ year's session at I so many state It Is not primarily, nor even bay. .' many years was known principallyas -- - -_ ,". ,\
Tallahassee Is going''I safely lay a few bets chiefly a pension plan but is a I When' de Narvaer brought his a good place to catch slaves. :
( to be one of the legislature will National Recovery Plan. It Is intended fleet Into the bay in 1528 only 15 The harbor which later was to ';
uiportant In the state's his endum on the to put purchasing power yeArs after Ponce de Leon sighted 'play so large a part in making KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME i"I'; \ J

;,ICIVtlv-r ,",, considerably puzzled over campaign into the hands of all our people. Florida the first time, the present I Tampa a thriving seaport, wan MRS U a SIcCABE, Lady AttendantJACKSONVILLE. I ''j'' :
HIIOUS, interpretations of the rem tax elimination It proposes to pay all properlyqualified site of Tampa was the headquarters called Santz Cruz (Holy Cross) by I AUGUSTINE.! FLA. I I '
'' ,c'lected house speaker's! re- I Speaker Wood will persons 60 years old or ; of an Indian chief by the Narvaez, Esptrltu Santo (Holy *UA. ,
v t
new'tn I'hono :27 ,
oncerning the sales tax. of the fight leading over annuities not exceeding $200 ,I name of Mucosco, historians re Spirit) by DeSoto and Son Gre- 43 W. Church-rhone 5-1538 SO St. George ;f'

?',,,' ,' Pierce Wood, who made favor of both per month, which money they will garlo (St. Gregory) by Menendez ..... ._ "h 1 rji
g. late.How __ ___
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be ____
pone,al history by being nomlnat- actions wont be in by law required to spend within long the site had been settled But the Indian name was to sur II I .

,., '11"" speakershlp at a pre-ses- anything he said in the following month. by the aborigines there are vive.The i
,1 1 an! 'us. was one of the men Richey address This money Is to'be raised bymeans no records to testify( nor ;ij! there commercial development of UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

., mely attempted to guide a '' of a 2% transactions tax | my Information on how long it Tampa began In the 1880's. The L. C. MrCAItR, rrcHlilcnt, Jseksontlile, .'1,10 ., !;.
,iu measure through the I on every. sale of goods or service, ,i, had borne the Indian name Tlmpl first railroad line reached Tampa
,' in 1937. After the New Things A $1.00 transaction will pay 2 I (II' Timpe from which the present In 1S85! two years later It becamea Industrial Life Insurance

,. ,,'y caucus however hen marks cents, a $100 transaction $200 n I name was evolved. port of entry and three years ''/
his 'acceptance speech'i To $100,000 transaction $2,000.00, Old records Indicate that when later a second railroad arrived O. I. S.XIT, IloprenentutUeFor i \

i shall fight against, cessity ] etc This tax money to be collected the English took hold' in 1763 the The modern Tampa was on its __ --__.____ -. ---- i'1'jl '
,nl,',I resist a sales tax In Go plcte by the Federal Revenue Department ; harbor was then known as "Tim- way. ,. :7;

session! }' and deposited in a "Citizens i ''i :"

the pre-caucus cam- ture, gives a quick / Retirement Annuity' Fund" and'I, POLL TAX MAY Ily and great production and yeta 1 I "''
/lu' speakershlp. Wood, battle in which the used for no other purpose. No land where surpluses pile up Expert RepairingSmith's ;: j j
,.' .executive, was opposed ture will engagp, and other tax money will be used to'':, CAUSE BATTLEIN when there: is no logical reason for ; ,
L.'roy Collins, Tnllahasi why this session ,, pitY these annuities Hence it becomes LEGISLATURE .
""i who allowed Ute mount importance to i a "pay-as-you-go" arrange- them.We wonder If many Americans f J JII

league of Municipalities, citizen. ,,:> ment, not costing the government ',1 I Demands! for additional school!]i have ever wondered what Ger- Garage I :t Y
'i,-niv of the duPonts, to take So many demands even a red cent. This transaction' : many would do If she were givenan !
'I iu hand In the promotion of sion are going to be tax to be applied to speculativeWall revenue from county sources to area, say, as big and produc- II ,
mlldacy It was generally legislators that It I Street deals as well as to the I augument the State allocation may tive as Florida. Germany with her : 'It '
n il I that Wood stood for a surprising to see sale of a suit of clothes. All who bring on a spirited fight during ersatz, her sugar from wood, her DAY PHONE 120 NI111T-I'IIONE 31 t; ,

'e'',.,.. '" '. Collins firmly against it. taxation system receive these annuities will be required the 1939 Florida legislative session butter from fish, and her great demand "
'1', '"piloting gave Wood a S3( to ped, and a whole I by law to refrain from en- I for to restore. the $1 a year poll for citrus and other "sure Wrecker Service Day or Night II : : ,;; ,

ao(, iimtority over Collins and but not gaging in gainful work, thus open- tax voters.Assertions enough" foods ? How the German { 1'J
?" i vas followed with Wood's adopted and levied. ing the way for employment of that the negro vote people would use and, relish and .. ,y I Ij J
\I' r -iime sales tax statement. over the state are millions now unemployed.These I may become the dominating factorin oeneflt from every orange, every j j ':. "
-i Wood double-crossed the du er to seek repeal of I annuities may be only general elections unless there grapefruit, every tangerine and I : -I'f! '1

1". Was his statement Just I t one percent gross $25.00 per month at first, but the Is a poll tax restriction alreadyare every other wholesome food prod- $EeURArv i ,J rhj .
| ac bow to "political expedi- and many legislators forced spending of this maney will I' coming from some sources. uct that the soil would'' produce for j I 9 ; .

en a bow which would be: Cone, have told stimulate manufacturing to meet There are counterstatementsthat them! L i e
11< ""when' the legislature, sight," Chain store / the Increase, demands for goods, many white persons were Of course, anyone knows that ,;'
..t hud the duPonts iiban, and those moguls wl. I and a* the business'! turnover In kept from voting because theyI something Is wrong with our system ;.; '
i 11 sales tax scheme, and In Tallahassee's the annuities will Increase I could not pay the tax. [ today our system that ::11 ,' ',
Wood of the onerous bur-I will ask for in. amount until they reach $200 i i Democratic nomination has been makc-8. us curb our production even A small amount each; R s -\ f'':'. '"" "

ipportlng such a dyna- chain store license the maximum amount. All money f (tantamount to election In Florida ;: though there could be sufficient week invested in I : .: 'tJ..:
plan'! sesses a $400 license and above what Is necessary Ifer I the past SO years. Prior to demand In order to farm profitably -
a i those answers are right. store In a chain of pay the annuities will be used to ,j that In the two decades after the It's a gigantic problem and ourRettrcment Ki t','t
i can be found by anoKII' units. The liquor I pAyoff the national debt. The Civil War of 1801-1860, negroes occupied the solution will not come until
H post-caucus speech, In Tallahassee again I of !this bill Into law will I many local offices and I farmers and brokers and Industrialists will enable you to :. 't

rigurlng out what he did, seeking/ eliminate I| prosperity for all classes, there were several In the Loglslu- and, in tact, all representatives ,t t ; ':
Wood did not any hem win,," licenses BO ,I merchants, busi ; ture, of our civilization get together obtain a regular income .(

> against submitting a such sales only In .I men, laborers, etc. Florida Democrats many years and< work it out The farmer per week at 'rq x a Ci,., 4 KI ;
referendum to the peo- ed liquor Now fellow townsfolk, let me ago established the "White Democratic whose products are the very ; ',
: (d there, in a nutshell, Is Clouds are looming I I you a plain question in all Party" and laid down qualifications lifeblood of the nation, must do his the age of 60 or 65. a"j :,

'r stead exemption < Why do so few of you that excluded negroes part by cooperating with his fellows '"f '
Pont interests are not at many county i any live interest in this great from party primaries Negroes are and studying working and! See our local agent ', ,,1'1 i.,

rued with the sales tax considering asking ? A few of us are work- eligible to vote In the general elec earnestly striving to adjust his operations ")
p Nobody can produce anyto tatives to seek repeal hard to bring about its enact- tions. to fit In with the entire or write

show that the duPonts The sharp slash In We meet twice a month, In 1913 the State Legislature economic and social makv-up of ,.1) 7''
'>!> advocated a sales taxI enue resulting from I first and third Mondays of the passed a law requiring voters In our people i '
I own sake; but only as a worried officials no And just now we are of- primaries and general I elections to --- -- :

MUOS/'llite i for their personal grlev- though It's a case of as a special Inducement to I show they had paid, a poll tax of DOUBLE RUN ; ':

ace i che advalorem tax on real coming home to roost. to give away 50 cents to $1 a year for the previous. two !llrs. \V. A, Tyler, Cur ,
matt If the ad valorem tax were assessors have been one present. We shall do so I years. I 'T'" i.1

abolished, and somebody could the past when t our meeting next Monday eve- ( Poll tax collections in each coun- The Rev. C. H. Khoden of Jack- ;
suggest a method of replacing that rolls that most of PEOPLE"l sonville and his
I Aug. 15, and at the follow turned over to the school mother Mrs. Tom
tax Income without resorting to a the state is assessed meeting, Sept. 5. We are work- I ty were

ales tax, the duPonts would prob- SO percent of its real for the benefit of all of you. fund. The collections throughout -.... -.. .. .. -- -. J
totaled about $600-\ -- --
the 67 counties -- --- ------
ably be the first ones to support undervaluation is feel that to ,
you you ought I 000 for 1935 and 1936, the last t :
the new plan. group of home us by meeting with us collection period. Some countiesthis a ; : ,1,1i
Wood, therefore has not re- 000 to $19,000 class, 1 directly helping yourselves at had trouble getting "' j 1 ;
nounced his political creed. And able to afford tax same time? year to keep their ::: : ,
enough money '
he has not made another "political escape all levies ERNEST THORNQUEST.
promise." Undoubtedly, he will home exemption schools open full terms. 'i ; if .

oppose and resist any attempt by session of county Football The 1937 Legislature repealed o '. ; )
the legislature to levy a sales tax from all over Florida the law requiring poll tax pay- :
In 1939 But you can jot downIn sacola, started the Schedule Planned ments as a voting requisite.( In the i j' ; :t tJ

your reference book this prediction peal" ball rolling, and 1938 Democratic primary there J t ?)
Wood will fight for the plan to call another GAINESVILLE.-Summer heat were 415.000 votes cast as com- \ ,' j t

adoption of a constitutional amend- to decide definitely if to the contrary, Johnny Q. pared with 325,000 in the 1936 pri f" ;: I II
ment eliminating the advaloremtax tack the law.Florida's wants to know the 1938 mary.
on real estate; and, if it Is gas tax I of Florida football The 1935 State census showed ,
proposed that the sales tax ques- for another battle, Florida's population to be 1,139.-I '''.'', ,
tion be given to the people, with planning on asking Dully on the Gator campus the 063 whites and 463,205 negroes. In I d ;(., ; 'J,
'he proviso the tax shall go into of three cents of the 1870 there were 96,057 whites and Jo' ,
effe," ,f and when the ad valorem own use the telephone operator puts I 91,668 negroes. 'I.". t.t,
tax calls from masculine and Sponsors of the poll tax repeal s eliminated, he will work now used to retire #, .p ) '
fans Inquiring about the 1\ \ !
foi me i vote for that, too. The big counties I I charged elections could be dominated .. e. J' .
Wood New Port by organized Interests mak- .. 'j'i 4
support, at the counties will start .. ..
And the has his ., ... *
part !
R.\\. caucus, came from many division battle all ; ing block payments of poll taxes I ...... ., >
,., j In bringing In requests for I said this condition e $'
Itgiw iors who have already ex- cries for abolition of I for voters. They .. 0'1 It J 'I I
the Gators and where. 'ft i9 "
preE: i In substance the same Ing boards and I | would be eliminated by prof ro0ppp "'" f. ... o;. \ '
So here's the 1938 gridiron menu c eP peg 'C'" '<; ,
free voting privileges for .. .I' 'ljH
). attitude the new speak- be heard anew; a 'I the Fighting Gators: I| viding above /21 old. r ..;,0 .,:" $, ,0q" .' ,I : :I ,
1 all years o
'aled In his acceptance tablishment of a 24 Stetson, at Gainesville I persons I II .., ;' e .... ,
Sept. I
i restoration .b' o' "" :
Now those seeking ... \ '
ft But many of those same all tax monies, and its I .. .
(night game). i of the tax requirement assert ... e ce ..,.,0'" I I '
"I\"a' have told me they will vision among the poll e' y.".tiob ; i" 'i
Oct. State at "" e
Mississippi ,
; et aI'
10 the ad will the i organized interests might upset a e c+; .....,g. t
against ments '
putting engage ; College, Miss. 'e ew: ,ph of. fee .. ,t' .' /
a, 'Hi ,md the sales tax probeB and all In all, the j I 8.-Sewanee at Gainesville Democratic primary nominationby ";'" ,JS'A." ..." $' 'I I': ." '1
Oct ,
'p' 'o the people in the form' promises more ; organizing big blocks of negro I' 4"' .:, ,,:.c t'dta". 0 '-e e5. !,
( game) o'3 .0 I
'''II'. 'ii'ferendum., Political expe- minute than any J I Oct. University of Miami at I' votes for the general election election there .:- o. ;.enI forbils opposition to any and the In the 1936 general i v ...ofI-.p 5 >I IeA >
J ., 94
(night game) w .0 a ,
I refer II were 253,638 Democratic and 59- '< ... : ,,
nuum and fu-
plan; political begin planning now to Oct. University of Tampa c, l I'f .
votes cast for the opC
'ure 832 Republican '\ o '
ecome shaky when a leglslar ceedingly observant I -.Y'. "OoIJfo" # "
Tampa (night game) ,
: fuses to allow the public' proceedings! October 29-Boston College, at I office of governor. c I r, an.i ape,aI v..hqq'..p 4.0 .(f(1o
\-o 'f.e s 1 ; "
Mass. I..uuoox OF ;':\NTs e ,aI
"\ \ 'l\\\\\Jlr"\I\ IA CKSONVIIaE'4 s;; 11.( !!' II Nov. University of Georgia, TIME OP f Sl'KI'l.CS IS! I ITKCfMAIt .'If!#" '" ,,,0 fl'I '

I' \?hllA, 'LE DINGg I Jacksonville. TO \.V' ." ;; ij "
/ Mss Ada Nimmo A.MEUIC\j I : ,,
( No. University of Mary ,\0 (, ', '
/THE ,
I at Gainesville (Homecoming While many other nations of the "" t
: I Revival services ) world are striving with might anl'' (\ .
the Rev. E. W. 19-Georgia Tech at At- main to become splf-Hufflclent by ip ;' "
l L have been a> marked ta.I expanding, their agriculture, the) ..f.;: i( I Ii..1'
", C A'Nn' Na11W..-- church Is too small Nov. 26-Augurn, at Jackson- : American people are blessed above I (,1 '
.""' ?.:.' '"i. ence and more '
,.'.- I all others of the earth In that they ;
f ,.; .1. tc< ',ue 1 Yi ;GOD\ have been prepared Dec. 5-Temple, at Gainesville. I' have rich productive foil and. in i1 ,,x't:
.5 : .
est is being :;
in Flor-
The three night games most n bountiful harvest.
'.. ,: years 1" t I
.'..' ,,.,I'"".I ;11.! -", ,..;. :.:... ,f' evangelistic work. I Field stadium, Inaugurating I I With their great and adequate:.
j" received twelve football on the state unlver- 1 farming areas. Americans should WHICH WAY :
Mr. and Mrs. Wm campus: are scheduled for 8:15: be cognizant of the marked ad- '

AIRCr) .DiTiOf.1 ,'U Macclenney and :Mrs! M The only other after-supper vantages they have over other nations BACKWARD OR FORWARD t:1!'
I ?
: gins of Howthorne on the Gator slate is when Some nations, overpopulated -
;- .m '1'1'' S'' II II of H B. Wiggins and Codymen play the University and having limited farming | \

to .\h.ijl[I I.. t-2.l;! I Sunday. I Tampa at Tampa. lands, have found it necessary to | !\ '
V Workmen of the {'I Three opponents this fall, never substitute artificially prepared ; In either case it can be greatly aided by a con j
.' < ; I( Co. are placing program of advertising. Perhaps you do's;: It
14'1t U.. week. successive Saturdays. of life in order to providetor J '
) Mississippi State, Sewanee, their people. I not know how to start. You might lack ideas :!i !)
... Mr. Bun Haynes of I j
If: 1 ".: ," .m I'' '"ir; ven, but formerly of II I the, five Georgia Southeastern Tech and Auburn confer: America's that they farms produce are so more productive than- along advertising lines, but we're full of 'em and f ,, f.'

y. 't" I opponents on the year's cal- enough, or, that Is. more than will be glad to show you how to reach the great- :,

J, I. i"'Jtt II l'J' I ENJOY: A I I ',, enough to supply the demand of '\ ,
1SUMME est number of buyers at the least cost. : ;
U KINGSLEY I her markets under the present system '
, /' I I The flag of the President of the of distribution and marketing. It
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of his seal
i States consists No one can deny the fact that
...Jr* '..od.... IUpfooi botol. b> *.. | bronze, upon a blue background, huge surpluses of crops. have piled I il .
dowobwa ...., !
ac BTi. ,
'amo'IeoaI wiuboI tub end .how.,. ....1 wo.... I i f i a large white star In each up when there were many hungry The Bradford County Telegraph
hoe rvwr bed with 1Ao..prl. mat4 !- I I mouth that would have gladly ac-
"e1j reacIbr'l Imp, Honnla I,. I, 1 cepted the food or there were ,
001 ..., boor.4CRTAQ '
I who would have obtained
her last l Monday many
OPBIA11.LOUNGE and PHICED COtTa SEEP D PIcNIC'Tln" a-.o'TI IU>IMI>""' J. W visiting Watterson was visiting in Ithe I food bad they known of the STARKE, FLORIDA'r : I Ib

.. I. tl SOUND H_'. I.HII>> : last Sunday afternoon. I benefits to be derived from it. \ -I
HOTU "AfTlI>I "A NICE PLACE and Mn. Fred Guy were via- I I That' the paradoxical thing about'our .
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TO RETURN 1! CAN CANCER BE CURED cancer lies In perio.h..'
I A. T. McCormack, Health Commissioner animations by your I fa'1IJh,' ,
and Mis O. W. Rahme, Sr, I FROM EUROPE ON SAME\ BOAT WITH CORRIGAN / of Kentucky says: clan. These t'xumll1atl, ,, 'J',,

3ocictyjJ of Hampton announce the marriage -- _. Miss Essie Coleman, secre- For the past three decades or be made at bust oim,I' ,,x, I
of their daughter, Alta Katherine Lex GI'een.retul'ned more can or has shown a steadily months."--The frogs,. \
to Congressman /
to Mr. Grafton B. Adkins,, tary Increasing mortality rate. Toduy mcr. or.
duties here this
::1 to her
of Miami on Monday, August 8. vacation In It stands second only to heart disease .
after 35-day
week a '-
.. The ceremony was performed by of death
in the
It as a cause In the Boer
1t I France and the British Isles. war ,
Judge A. Z. Adkins in the court United States registration area. nee K' ,
Edwards Hazel Fields Is Honored was her good luck to return to times as many British ,,, I'
lIrs.faurice: hoiiao In Starke In the presence of "i i loJ ,
r I
the United States on the steamship "Any lump, especially in the died of disease as wpr.. ,
Entertains In HonorOf With Birthday Pal.tyHUl'l the immediate families. Manhattan, the same one breast which remains for some battle. hilt! 'I ,In
The bride was graduated from
Fields was the honored that brough back the famous time should be looked upon with _
Young Son the Bradford County High Schoolin
guest! Friday, August 5, when her + "4R "wrong way" flier Douglas Corrigan suspicion. So. too, any sore that
the class of 1034. She taughtIn
Mrs. Maurice Edwards! enter- mother, Mrs. J. H. Fields, enter- pictured here In an Informal does not heal, particularly a sore I I
tained Monday afternoon at her tained for her with a lovely partyat tho county school system snapshot as he took a about the tongue, mouth or lips TO THE VOTERS

home on Temple St., with a par- their home. Hazel celebratedher three years. bit of nourishment aboard ship. The lower lip especially among f
ty given in honor of her son, Maurice 10th birthday anniversary at The bridegroom is the son of Mr Miss Coleman describes the dar- I men, Is a favorite starting point. CITY OF STARKE I

Jr, who celebrated his 9th this time.A and Mrs. J. E. Adkins, of Hamp- s ing young man as "unimposing I "Should any of these symptoms I am a candidate* to

birthday;) anniversary at that time.A green and pink color scheme ton, and for the past ten years looking and not a bit stuck up." I appear go to your family physi- WI city marshal, nnrnvamym'lf in the I
been In Miami,
variety of summer flowers was carried out in the flowers and has where he and employed his bride will con- His smile, however, is somethingto cian at once and have him makea city election, Turwluy, 8i't, 13,
placed to advantage in the living decorations used for the party. w write home about she says. complete examination. Even a I have ulwujs lrlltil| to son.- \
tinue make their home.
and dining rooms added a festiveair After paying many games on to short delay may be dangerous. the town to the best or m> nhll- \

to the occasion. the lawn the young people were "Remember always that X-ray, ity, not only In police work. hut

After playing a number of Invited onto the porch for refresh- Miss Mary Jo KrauseIs radium, and surgery are today also In keeping: the city clean

games the young people were in- ments. The large table on the Attractive HonoreeMiss I generally recognized as the only und attractive I WIllIlPIrN'IIIIt.| I

vited Into the dining room for re- porch was covered with a white effective method of cancer treat- tho support of voters Klan| hm,
freshments. The dining table cov- linen cloth and held as its central Mary Jo Krause of Tampa ment. The disease can never be been so good to> me In premium

ered with a linen cloth, was centered embellishment a green birthday attractive house guest of Mrs : cured by quack injections or salvesor elections and ulno ot mu silt

I IEI1 with a cake iced in white cake topped with burning pink Ethel Biggs, was the honoree at pills or internal medicine or voters in our mid,,!. I
with nine yellow candles holders. Individual a delightful buffet supper and
and topped candles In pink any kind of diet A.
mint cups filled with pink and swimming party Friday night, I 'The best L. ALVAREZ ,i:
I safeguard against
entertained for I 4,
when Mrs.
Mrs. Edwards served the guests green mints added a further dec- ...... "
an Ice course with the birthday, orative note to the table. her at Kingsley Lake. I \
cake. Mrs. Fields was assisted In serving A rustic motif was used In dec I FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU I!

Those enjoying the afternoon I punch cake and brick ice orating Mrs. Biggs' lake cottagefor AS YOUR TELEPHONE +;

with Maurice were: B. C. Holtzen- cream to Hazel and her guests by this lovely informal party. I
Mrs. Cora Graybill. Supper was served from an at- :
dorf, Jack Hall Paul E. Canova FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
invited to enjoy the par- tractively decorated table. Mrs. WHO RUNS OUR GOVERNMENT
III Raymond Hall Carl Lemar Those -- ALL ORDERS FILLED
assisted in serving by
Johns, Austin Harold and Louis ty with Hazel were: Mary Alice Biggs was ? Iij:
Smith, Jack Edwards of Petersburg and Fay Yarborough Marjorie her mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin, and FAVORTTE ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY

Va., and Maurice's little sis Manning Merry. Beth Knight Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. The government of these United .

ter, Carolyn Edwards Marjorie Sue Middleton, Mary and Those present with the guest of RECIPESA < I States is supposed to be a repre- '. .w
MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke
Betty Powell Wanda Pearce honor were: Misses Lois Adkins, sentative government, but of the ,

W.C.T.U. Oleetha Thomas, Shirley and Frances Peek, Harriet Bishop, 531 members of Congress, 301 are

Frances Colley Margaret Mon- Marlon and Helen Dowling, Vir- recipe for a delightfully lawyers. Here's the way the occu-

The regular weekly meeting of teith, Marlon Brown, Mary Lee ginia Fugate, Edith Rowe, Miss Ing summer salad comes this pations of the Senators and Rep-

the W. C. T. U. will be held at Overstreet and Lila Rae Caldwell Jane Smith, of Orlando, Miss Eve-, from Mrs Rulolph Andrews.COOl-I' resentatives are classified: Mr. R. A. Woodsis
home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley of Winston-Salem, N.
the of the State Farm. lyn Lindsay Is Just the thing for these Lawyers 301

today (Friday), 3:30: P. M. --ICircle ,---.... C. and Miss Dorothy Toney.. I days of the summer season when Publishers editors etc.------ 27 connected with this
Z.Adkins. Jr. no longer firm
A. ,
John Torode
MeetingThe you are beginning to give out of Farmers 23
! Ralph Rhodes Leslie Biggs, Phil- ideas for salads that will be satis- Teachers 15
Woodman Circle held its lip Manassa, William Edwards,
FLOWERSFOK fying and yet not too heating. Manufacturers 13
regular monthly meeting in the Bryan Dye, of Ft. Lauderdale and
Miscellaneous 86
Hawaiian Salnd --------------- GAINESVILLE ELECTRIC
OCCASIONS hall night at 8
ALL Woodmen Tuesday Charles Lindsay, of Winston-Sa-
Dissolve of lemon I Occupation not given 66
one package -
was called to
o'clock. The meeting lem N. C.Woodman.
1""r"t Sparkle in two cups of boiling A somewhat similar proportionalso
order by the president Mrs. A. JGriffla APPLIANCE CO.
matters were water. Add one package of cream obtains In most state legisla-
and business
Circle, Juniors, and Chill until tures.
disposed of. Plans for the annual cheese dissolve Guy Hamilton Owner
picnic were completed and a refreshment Woodmen of the World partially set. Add one cup canned In this connection The Progressive ,

committee was appointed crushed pineapple and onehalfcup Farmer also reminds us of a

for the next monthly meeting.Mrs. I Have Annual Picnic chopped nuts. Chill until set. principle expressed by President

Griffis selected Mrs. Amy TheI'oodman Circle, Wood- Serve on lettuce with salad dress- Theodore Roosevelt years ago. n I

t CALL 97 OR 3i Moore, Mrs. Liberty Moore and men Juniors, and Woodmen of the ing. Garnish with a cherry. "Country life should be as attrac-

t ANYTIME Mrs. R. R. Prevail to serve. A World will combine forces Thurs- Pickled Pears tive as city life, and the country MAPS PLATS SURVEYS

' I Clar Jean Shoppe I large class will be Initiated at the day afternoon, August 18, for the I Now that practically every people should Insist on having a

I next meeting. big, annual picnic, to be held at housewife Is busy putting up pearsin full representation when it comesto i

-- the Louis H. Hill summer home on some way, we know you'll be dealing with all the great pub- JOHN O. JACKSON
rt+ Ir.i -- Kingsley Lake beginning at 2 delighted to have this recipe for lic questions. In other words coun- CIVIL ENGINEER NO. 1624

I o'clock and lasting until 7. pickled pears that was sent to us try folks should demand that they I

The gathering will be an old by Mrs. Carl Jackson. work on equal terms with city LAND SURVEYOR NO. 162

Vote For fashioned basket picnic, each per- 3 cups vinegar folks in all such matters. They

son or family bringing a basket. 1 cup water should have their share in the
W. D. (DAD) PENDER Drinks will be provided. All mem- 2 cups brown sugar membership of commissions and M. G. MCMILLANFIELD

bers of the above organizationsand 1 stick cinnamon councils; in short, of all the or- MANAGER

Candidate For their families are cordially 4 whole cloves ganized bodies for laying plans for

Invited and urged to attend. For Bring to"a' boll and drop In great enterprises afecting all the }i

CITY CLERK OFFICE those who do not have a way to enough peeled small pears so that people. The agricultural coun-

Fourteen Years in Starke. All of you go a special school bus has been the syrup will just cover them. try-the open country-should be
chartered. It will leave the West Boil until pears can be pierced as well represented as the city."-

know him. Thank you End Grocery Store at 2:43: o'clockand with a fork. Seal in sterilized jars Progressive Farmer.Flour .
xa2 t
will stop at Denmark's Fur- while hot. I o e

1> niture Co., and Hall's Grocery to p I
should be measured at the cane c sr
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. pick up picnickers points. a recipe pear time it is to be used. If it Is allowed -
-- Transportation will be free. butter that Mrs. Jackson says is to stand it will pack down

Everyone should bring his bath- very easy to make and it is de- and accurate measurements will

Ing suit and there will be swim- licious. not be possible.

HALL'SALL ming, games, and sports for all. Peel and core desired quantity of

Any additional information may pears. Run trrough food grinder.By CARPENTER'S'Again
be had from Lacy Conway or Mrs. measurement use one-third as
L. S. Hutto. much sugar as pears. Add4 you come home late this

WEEK CASH SPECIALS + stick of cinnamon to every four evening with a severe headacheand

T. J. McBeth Celebrates80th cups of pear pulp and cook together completely upset digestion?
One's and stom-
until thick stirring fre- nervous system

4J NEAR BERRY MARKET Birthday AnniversaryFriends quently. ach are closely related and often / A thrifty buyer's opportunity. Millions of

I here of Professor T. J. -unusual tension and excitementwill people take advantage of this National Sale.No sales to dealer .

McBeth, of Ft. Meade, father of Mrs. Jackson also sent us a tend to upset the digestive *.Limit refusal right. Buy early while stock are complete.ENOUCHTOLAff7HLWTOFTHlYHRtffif .

r FLOUR, 24 Lbs. 57c BACON, Best the late Mrs. Mary Weeks, of recipe for a one egg cake. We stomach"chemical balance". and cause
Starke, will be interested to learn know you'll like this recipe be-
: FLOUR, 20 Lbs. 49c Side, Lb. t3c that he celebrated his 80th birth- cause it Is one that can be used PLAINT ANY LONGER. RE- \ : }$$
day unlversary at a brilliant re- for different purposes and it is .
LIEVE IT-NOW! Obtain gen- W X y ? "a-
I ception given at the Woman's Clubin also inexpensive-which is the
unle Blsma-Rex at
Ft. Meade lust Friday night. most Important thing. your commun- BOXJ.na
ity Rexall Drug Store and neu-
,p MACARONI, pk 3c MEAL, to Lbs._ 19ct I IlYz Over 200 guests were present to 4. tablespoons butter tralize the cause of your troubled
help Mr. McBeth, long prominentIn 1 cup sugar
4' Lb pk SALT, 3c the educational field throughout Cream well together and add system--quickly and thoroughly.Carpenter's Bath Powder ,
Is Rexall
GRITS, 10 Lbs.._ 21cNO. the state celebrate his birth yolk of one egg. Beat well and add I Store In Starke. your Drug I After your bath and rub-down 1you'll
Aspirin Tablets 3c day. alternately 1 cup of milk and
flour to which 1. thrill to the caressing
Standing In the receiving line enough teaspoons
with Mr. and Mrs. McBeth were of baking powder have been add- OLIVER'SLive fragrance of this bath powder

2 SIZE STANU.\RD BANANAS their granddaughter, Mrs. George ed, to mix a fairly stiff batter.

TOMATOES 6c Bennett, of Jacksonville, formerly Add I teaspoon vanilla and beat Stock Auction y Large sJu"Perfumtd $1 pint she Calonex! O

41 i' Miss Murla Weeks, of Starke, and thoroughly until very light. I 1\IULES.l\IAREH. HORSESThomasville Oatmeal
KITCHEN Fancy, 4 Lbs. 15c great granddaughter, little Miss Bake in moderate oven. This Ga. Soap Vacuum Bottle '
Joan Carpenter daughter of Mrs. makes an excellent foundation. 8 ea.2forIS

' ''i MATCHES, -- 3c ONIONS Fancy Virginia Weeks Carpenter of cake and can' be used as choco- Friday, Aug. 19 hot Keeps liquid
or cold for
Tallahasse. late cake by sifting cocoa Into Delicately scented.
' Corn Fakes] pkg. 5c Texas, 3 Lbs. __ lOc cake with flour or It makes a nice 300 HEAD TO SELL many
cake vanilla and \\e will have anything
spice by omitting you
Intermediate $ PackSOOshetts
Leaguers 49
adding 1 teaspoon cloves and 1 want Big Mules, Colt Mules, pint size

{ Elect OfficersThe tablespoon cinnamon. Mare with Colts by their sides KLENZO 1L.
Mi3l Solution
POTATOES PEANUT BUTTER Intermediate division of Trained Cow Ponies, Saddle and FACIALTISSUES

+I ; h s. No 1 Quarts 20c the Methodist League elected offi- Nettles sting because on their Work Horses. : and 50pt size; Purest They're extra

10 Lbs. __ l5c ---- cers Sunday night for the coming leaves there are fine brittle hairs :MAKE YOUR OWN PRICE ti y quali ty.tough, #

Loose year. Those chosen were: Patsy containing a poison., } RubbingBbhol' l llntless, yet
{, BLUE nOSE I We do not own this stock and W
oft Now!
Andrews, Buy file
Keene president; Buddy
TRAIN &CHEUULE have orders from the
RICE, 5 Lbs ._ 15c COFFEE, Lb.__ 9c vice-president; Leonard Smith,
Freddie Schedule of trains arriving here shippers to sell, regardless of Pack I dozenTfexeHes ,
secretary; Wlmberly dally. Subject to change without price, to the highest bidder. 59
Ida Lulu Davis, pub-
MILK kind tall 3 for 20c ; notice. This is our first auction of 1938 Sanitary
; any __ _. licity chairman.
Fall Season don't miss it. '
Southbound-Due Starke
Ruth Simpson, Freddie Wlmber You save 40c on these Mapkins
I No. 1 Local_______ 10:48 Prices will be higher later In
i TOILET TISSUE, 3 rolls ___ .__ __ lOc ly, and Leonard Smith are representing : p. m. the two outstanding prod **
the League at Camp Foster No. 107-Through____ 9:03: a. m. season. Soft,tbiorbent,
uct* during this ale.
Northbound-Due Stiirke laug fitting.
No. 2-Local_______ 6:15: a.m.
10 A. M. RAIN /
1' u I I r
r r
"' No. JOS-Through.__. 6:04: p. m.
COMPOUND LARD, Lb. ___ _____ lOc Food Sale Dally except Sundays LARGEST BARN
SOUTH OF ATLANTA 2SOpack2SMedfivd 5* Stork
t The members of the adult Sun- Seaboard Airline Railway !fit, Duality
.r $r 15 YEARS' IN ONE PLACE Razor Blades
I T-BONE STEAKS, Lb. ____..,-_-- 17c day School class of the Methodist T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. Nipples25C
Church will hold a food sale

Baby Lima Great Saturday, Aug. 13, on Call St. tube KnzoShaving 19 49 /
Foremost Ice Proceeds from the sale will go Cream Aspirin Tab/efs3 9!

Northern toward the Organ fund DRINK

CREAM, pt. 10c BEANS Lb. __ 5c ---+-.-- 25'lslzllElkaysWHITE I-7V -Ld
Princess Elizabeth of England SHOE CLEANER I/V I 10 ic5Yd. 7
I now can swim the length of the Ad esive TepeGOGGLES I

I SPECIALS I tank at the Bath club. Scientific E-Z-I
LUNCH Cola 30
I Pepsi I Ask forbig4 poy:: circular
' SOUTHERN STLYE BAR-B-Q tOe I :MOW <"! wroMFIte FtOHIIlArowEit slrowingolitemsonsaleCord
LIGHT tot Complete Cfectrex flR A
.... loral man who a..l.tee offer!
DELICIOUS HOT DOGS 5c I I :yuu !. ttbtalMloir Elretrl..r- Set andsptcialcoupon
.lr. 4o :roar How. Wiring.rte..nahle .


VI I, O. J. PHILLIPS Lawt.r: I

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Mrs. D. F. Flowers, of Dealt ..J.Y McCann, of Louisville. Ky.. I I Mrs D. P. Caipenter and Mrs. Ki, rnds here of Mlsn Gertrude II Miss Mary Beth Williams rv-
spent' the past week here with her an ex-conductor with the Southern T. T. Long have returned to ihel Hi'orlng, of Green Cove Springs, turned to her home in Daytona
daughter, Mrs Paul E. Canova. Railway Co., stopped here Tues respective homes here after 0.. 'I will regret to learn that she la Bench Saturday after enjoying a
Bits of ..:... 1 day with his friend C. M. Carl- week's visit in Baconton, Ga, with confined to Riverside Hospital In visit here with Miss Clara Flum
Jack Edwards, of Petorsburi; ton. their mother, Mrs W. T. Jackson Jacknonvllle because of injuriesicrplved Miss Williams was accompaniedhome
Va., la the guest of Mr. and Mn in an automobile accident by Miss ''Flume who remained
Carl Johns and Carl Lemar John Miss Jennette Dozier has returned Roswell Noegel will leave Sun Monday afternoon. with her until Wednesday.

Nes i to her home in Monticello, Ga., day for Gainesville, where he wll
I.ocal B. Maza, of Jacksonville spent after spending some time here at be employed in Mac's Grill. Mr Percy Sullivan, of Theressa, hat Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin, of
Sunday at Kingsley Lake as the the guest of Miss Frances Hat- Noegel will enter the school of accepted a position as stenographer Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc-
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacob field. pharmacy at the University thti in the office of Supt. A. J. Arthur, of High Springs were
Fall. I Grlffla. He will fill the vacancy luncheon guests Monday of Mr.
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffin, of Mr. and Mrs Harry)Houston, A. caused by the resignation of Bill and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mr. Mar- F
Jacksonville, are spending sometime A. Durden, and V. B. Harrell al Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden wll Long who will enter the University tin.and Mr. McArthur are state
at their cottage on Klngsle tended the Leesburg-Palatka baseball return to their home in Tampi of Florida this fall. officials of the American Legion
-. Luke game In Palatka Monday the latter part of this week afte: and Mrs. Martin and Mrs. McAr-

Love is visiting Little Miss Suegene Thomas, ot night. spending two weeks at the Kin Mrs. W" W. Paige and sons, Bil thur are officers of the Legion
yilst\ Marion! Carolina Tampa, Is the guest of Mrs J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Griffin, t of caid-Beasley cottage on Klngsle; ly and Martin, left Monday to RC Auxiliary. They were here to perfect -
;trade In North Morgan.Mr. Jacksonville, are spending sometime Mrs. W. G. Halle and sons,. Lake. to their new home In Lake City plans for the American Legion
Tuesdayn at their cottage on Klngsle Woodfin and Jack of Hastings, after an extended visit with her convention to be held at Kingsley
Paul B Canova spent and Mrs L. A. Davis an Lake. were here Friday visiting friends,, Mrs. A. H. Johns and son, L. M parents, Mr.: and Mrs. W. H.. Lake next week.AUen.llng .
lacksonvllle. have returned to their Struth and family at the Struth
them ,
spending awhile at their cottage at who were very glad to see .Gaines
several days Klngsley Lake. Miss Frances Peek la serving u again. home here after enjoying a week'i summer home on Kingsley Lake. the funeral of Mrs. a
A M! Darby spent assistant clerk in the poatofflc visit in Blowing Rock, N. C., as: Lalla Chase here Sunday afternoonWere
!llls week ,in JacksonvilleIre Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and. during the Illness of Edward Belting Cortleclll hone All nr\v guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mun Miss Dorothy White returned Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wills\ ,
Burns. fall shades 49o to $1. Kent hose dorff. the first of the week from West
B Mr. and Mrs.
the Telegraph's Mrs. M. F. Brown spent Monday; Mrs. W. Ennis
xou rending : for the money on the market. At _- Palm Beach where aha visited her .
John n..ntJey.fr\ Margaret
ifartingsf" in Jacksonville.
?, ,. lurnJ\. "In The In. Miss Connie Padgett, of Palmetto I Stu01I.'N. 11rs.VaIter Cooper and son, uncle anti mint, Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas and daughter Suegene
a good
ore missing of Sanford arrived total( C. Bates Miss White was accompanied -
,11"1.Ou the ]
Miss Dorothy Green spent Tues was guest Tuesday LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. Davlu Knnls all of
,Bhi IIIW itute poUtI's.11. day In Lake City as the guests of: night of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mai Miss Martha Brownlea and Miss for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs home by Miss Norma I Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennisof
Miss Euna MerrittMr. thews. Catherine Carles, of"J cksonvl\le\ ,, H. C. Rltch. Mrs. Cooper and hei Slaughterer who Is a guest at the Miami Mr. and Mrs Theodore
Grace and Dorothy route to in Ken home of Mr. find Mrs. O. W.
in High were guests Sunday of Mrs. S. E. son are en points Ennis of st. Petersburg, Mrs. NHa.
,,1'1 pent Sunday and Mrs D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. K. McClane and youn Brownlee and Mr. and. Mrs, J. M.. tucky. While I Downing, Mr. and Mrs. J. G Alvarez
prJDI: son spent several days the first of Brownlee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Masters and
------ and Mrs. T. T. Long spent Tuesday "li Mrs. D. E. Turner of Ft. Lauderdale -
the week In Gainesville with rel- "In The Hunting mean
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry
in Jacksonville. who has been visiting herparents
Wind Mrs II. L. Hough were atives. and Mrs. John M. Brown tho political ar"lIIlo-the stamping Chace Mr and Mrs. Claude
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Des-
Ultors to Alacbua and Gainesville 1 lee and baby, of Gainesville\ were 'ground of politician" It alas. Peeler all of Jacksonville Mro.
stint Sr., left for
San- Sunday points
Mrs. Claude Howard, of William of Mr. Brownlee's the most Interesting column
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1 guests Sunday mean Baker of Green Cove
In Alabama. Mrs. Turner will return Buddlngton
of Mr .
ford was the guest Tuesday several the first of tho Mr. and Mrs. J. M. on Florida politic ever writtenICeiul
spent days I parents the latter part of the week Springs, H. C. Richard, of Palatka,
and Mrs. W. L. Wall. the T..le-
week in Thomasville, Ga., wit: Brownlee. It regularly In
for a short visit with Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Chace, of Ocala,
friends. graph. Bessant before returning to her Mr. and Mrs. Will Tlllls, of Jacksonville
F A. Canova, of Gainesville, Miss Ethel Taylor, private secretary home. and Mr. and Mrs. B. Wilson
I spent Sunday here with his mother Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan wer to J. E. Wilson of the H. C. Mrs. Tom Byrd, of Tampa, Mrs, Cs and Mrs. Sallie Entenza, of
Mrs. E. E. Canova. dinner guests Friday night of Mi Wall Insurance Company, is enjoy- Henry Rozier, of Leesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson at- Waldo.
in Lake vacation at Jackson Miss Nellie Heirs, of Lakeland,,
and Mrs. DeWitt McGill ing a week's tended the graduation exercises at r
Mrs S. S. Dowling spent Tuesday Butler. ville Beach. were guests Monday of Mr. and
the summer session of the Florida E.ceaa Acid causes
in Jacksonville with her sister Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mr. and fT5 tT T7 5
tIRE State College for Women In Tallahassee I- I\ 4 I youpalnlofStom.chUlcen.
5LIa Mrs. James Godbold. Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Oliver Hutt Mrs. R. C. Dowling and chil- Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Friday They were accompanied A ttUlJ.| indigestion
and Mrs. Marie Marr, of Mimi, dren, Raleigh. Betty and Russell ,
home by Ruby Lllley
Julian Griffis Is spending this were visitors to Jacksonville, Dowling, of Jacksonville, were the Mrs. J. H. Fields and daughter,, 1 Bloating,Ca.,Heartburn Belching
who was a member of the graduating -
the and Mrs. Hazel, and Mrs. Cora Grayblll ] Nauaaa, get a free sample ol UDGA
'OR SALE-Delco Lighting plant week in Winter Garden as Tuesday. guests Wednesday of Dr. close Miss Lilley received her
latt model, first class condition guest of Robert Blair. l'W. E. Mlddleton.( spent Monday and Tuesday in A. B. degree in education tills j and a free interacting booklet at
'>Ir less than half price.-Blscayne Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutching! Baldwin and Jacksonville. WhileIn summer CARPENTER'STIP
Killing! Station, 2 miles N of Ladles fall hats and bags U of Gainesville, were week-en' Mrs. LeRoy Roane and children, Baldwin they were guests of
.tarke' Road 13. 2tp-8-12 match at Stump's. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. HIHatchings. :. of Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner.
Roane's brother-in-law and slater I
tOR ;;ALI' ---300,000 strawberry Congressman R. A. Green, spent Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina, :Miss Lena Hough of Arcadia, \ GROCERY
., ani'" Will make price right. several days in Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and son, at I 'i r'1:' ''en. Box 72, Route No. this week on business.Mr. Jack, of Jacksonville, were week of her father, H. L. Hough She'
" ?tari<' 7-22 4t-p end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs..1. It. Rapp. Mrs. W. B was accompanied home by MiHt SPECIAL PRICES
Mrs. Mae Edwards, and Don is Iiough and they will spend i
'nl>F !I.E T931 Model A Ford and Mrs. A. M. Davis, of Simmons. Mundy at Miami
their vacations together
I Ellen Steele were
i ruck, $150( cash.-R. J. Lakeland were guests Friday of Miss Dorothy and relatives in I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
i'R' tf Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs. Carl Jackson, Mrs. R. S. visiting friends Go..".."MlttSimpllrlty"; front
Fernandez, and Mary Alice and I I Gainesville Sunday. '
l.tcliiK, corwtw. RliiMllo HlcplimglrdleH AUGUST 12 & 13 ,
.r ,i-'tween;, Staike and Sax- few Yarborough spent Friday In :
D. E. Knight spent
>,unday, July 31, one Tomp- Col. and Sar- Jacksonville.It I Mrs. Mary Dover and Mrs. T. N. rlit' |>-arouiidM, combination -
this week in Tampa
reference Bible with the days Kendrick spent last week in Mac- .*, reducing garments, and
"ji' "in
.amChas.. H, Shaw written asota on professional business. 1 is. jour state. its politics aryour clenney oa guests of Mrs. Kendrick's br..It'r"M.t Stump' : FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES
,,naiu Finder please return toUrao. son-in-law and daughter,
T. J. Griffin spent Interested
of- Mr. and Mrs. politics. If you are Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black. Mrs. G. C. Livingston and
iir il County Telegraph Itp Monday in Jacksonville as guests you should road "In Tin George McMasters, of Tampa, arrived -
flCt___ of their son.In-law and daughter, Ilustlnicit" the Telegraph's newe The Woman's Missionary Soci- Thursday for a visit withfriends CELERY or LETTUCE each lOc
BRICK for all purposes. Campbell Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Mrs. feature. ety of the Methodist Church will here. Mrs. Livingston will
Cia> Products, Inc., Campbell Griffin remained for a longer visit meet :Monday afternoon at three- visit Mrs. J. M. Mitchell find I 8. C. COIUHJCKPOTATOES THOMPSON SEKDLKSHGRAPES
Florida 8-12-4tp with Dr. and Mrs. Mendoza. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Setzler, oLaurcns thirty o'clock at the church. Business Georgo will visit with Mrs. E. S..

S. C., will spend next and program, meeting Matthews r rI'
I week: here as guests of Mr. and

DRIVERSWe Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. J. H. Fields and daughter Misses Doris, Ruby and Fannie '
& 25c
TRUCK OWNERS 10 Lbs. 15c 3 Lbs. ; J
Hazel and Miss Eva Powell, of Silcox, Juanlta Barefoot, Clyde:
Mr.\. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mi, Jenell Hutchlngs and
can now handle your long haul Truck Liability Cocoa will leave Sunday for Newton Nell Thomas,
Insurance and on terms and Mrs. R F. Demorest, and Mra\ N C., where they will spend Rev Leslie A Shepherd left Tues- '

Truck Drivers Accident Insurance, $12.50 per year. C.Jacksonville A. Knight Beach.spent Sunday at two weeks visiting with relatives.Mr. day Assembly to attend in DeLand.the annual They Baptist will i BANANAS, 5 Lbs. 15c t..

Long haul CantO Insurance $50 per M. per year.
for details. and Mrs E. S. Matthews stay ten days. FANCY YELLOW FANCY FIRM
Come see us or Phone No. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Putman, of have returned to their home here

St. Petersburg were guests Mon after spending two weeks In Or- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards: ONIONS CABBAGE T
JI HAROLD C. WALL Agency day of Mrs J. M. Mitchell and lando as guests of their son-in- and daughter Fredricka, returned
Miss Lucille Mitchell. law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H to their home in Jacksonville, after
Insurance B. McLendon, While away Mr. a month's visit with Mrs. Ed- 3 Lbs. lOc 4 Lbs. lOc
F I All Lines of Dependable Miss Phyllis Cleghon, of St Matthews attended bearings of the wards' parents Mr. and Mrs. W r

I Petersburg will\ arrive Sunday fo Florida Railroad Commission in H Struth, at their summer home I '

Mrs.a week's Frank visit Robinson.with the Rev. and Orlando, Miami and Key West on Kingsley Lake. Rambo Cooking Apples, 5 Lbs. 25c ,

NAT SEZ: Mendoza, of Jacksonville -
Mrs. C. C.
Buck In the good old days before \ was here Saturday visiting SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c i ir

we hud hard road, I would drive I, at the home of her parents Mr ESCAPES ,
fl Te tN out to Klnjfslpy Lake, for a swim and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
and head buck for !' turk(" Just be FANCY RICE 5 Lbs. 17c
Order taken any price
/1 fore dark. By the time I got horn
c\ it was HUH up and I had bom all window shades at Stump's. Guard Killed Bu British Officer in Daring -

the to Mlddlelmrg. Now BOILING BACON Lb. lie
here's way this fellow Corrigan, Marts Friends of Edward Burns wit\ r Escape from German Prison Camp ,
be glad to learn that he is ImprovIng
model air
old plane
out In an

and California land over get In on Ireland the wrong the road next home after because being of confined illness. to hit : CO. ROLL BUTTER, Lb. 27c

day. Good thing for him ho didn't by all the police in Germany, he found
Miss Lucille Jones has returned! HUNTED
run out of ga'ri! I to her home here after enjoying in the heart and home of this lovely MAXWELL H. COFFEE Lb. 25c

a month's vacation with relative! little girl: of the Berlin streets Calmly, bravely I ,
in Live Oak and Lake City.
EXTRA VALUE: she faced the police and lied for him-lied for an
BARGAIN I 1 1-4 Lb. TEA Parway 20c glass free
Brownlee is spendIng -
CANNONBEDSPREADS Mrs. J. M. Lake enemy of her country whom she had known but ,
BATH TOWELS this week at Kingsley
with her brother-in-law and sister one short night Not even the threats of certain
.. Guaranteed
Mie 22\ll Cannon Towels. Reversible jocqnarfl pattern, Mr and Mrs. J. E. Wilson death could break her devoted loyalty to him. -- 1
Inn yam construction a S5calue sin 84x105 scallop, color
\' -.on salt--. rose, blue green Mrs. Frank Robinson Sr., of St 12 Lbs. 33c
Petersburg, Is the guest of her FLOUR
23c $1.79ACOCST son and daughter-in-law the Rev.,
and Mrs. Frank Robinson. You II be held breathless by this exciting story of 24 Lbs. 60cSWIFT'S

escape from a German prison camp. You'll be
: SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray went to
FOR SCHOOL, DRESSES Jacksonville Tuesday and will visit thrilled and fascinated by this: romantic girl: who

FAST COLOR HANESUNDERWEAR their son and daughter-in-law, took such desperate chances to hold the only JEWELL LARD Lb. lOc
Laurie G. Ray.
the: Rev. and Mrs,
PRINTS love she knew No wonderthe
shorts for men that tender, sincere ever
Shirts or
colorful'n anew patterns wide variety that will of soil,for now-33c nil o\er the country of Whut Florida goes politic on behind? You the Mill m-enefl. 00 late O. O. McIntyre called it "The most: No. 2 Size TOMATOES, 3 cans 17c

take sure to find fascinating fact in absorbing! book I've read in five years." I

10c-.eye..15c--.19c .4 I'Olt 29c OOLLAKOCR appearing"In Tho Hutting"each week. ," a In new the column Telegraph. Hecause!> we want you to know :Mercury Books No. 2 Size PEAS or CORN 2 ens 15c

e well send you this one-"Everything Is Thunder,"

SPECIALTY BIG VALUE Friends of T. M. Hutchings will by J. L. Hardy-practically FREE Well supply the No. 2 Fla. Grapef. Juice, 3 cans 20c r

MEN'S WORKTROUSERS BOYS' SCHOOL be glad to know that he confined la restIng book if you'll pay lOc for postage and handling.

PANTS the at Glendale home after hospital being In Palat- I Ito : Out of more than 100,000 copies printed we have Giant P&G SOAP 3 bars lOc

fell made, full cut. a* good Blue Denim or powder blue ka; less than 5,000 left and they're going fast. I I ,

.Khaki" the, powder average blue$1.019 or denim pant, iiiie; 8 to ,16.our ftelllng price--for 91everywhere Mr. and and Mrs.son James James Edward EdwardVlurphy Hurry and send a dime for a complete copy of this Giant Oct. Soap or Powder 6 for 25c ;

79c intensely interesting' book of more than 90,000
98c Jr., of Palatka, were guests Sunday -
I of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Har- words. (Sorry-only one to a customer).
ell. Nor or Navy Beans 5 Lbs. 25c
at Here' my dime. Send me a copy of the Mercury Book ,
It Pays to Buy "Everything la Thunder" by J. L. Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of Bir-

ningham Ala., were week-end -------- ---- --- --- i Salad Dressing 16c 25eMIIIOLbs.20cIMi '
pt. qt.
quests of Mr. and Mrs. I* D. Vln- ;

their return they were, .. ._ .W
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far Dublin Ga., I V if'in '
ccompanled as as .
Address -- -- --- --- -----
by Miss Mary Ana Watson whoas u --- --- CNS ; :
spent the put several! weeks l 3 tall 18c I'
here with her uncle and aunt Mr. MERCURY BOOKS,670 Lexington Avenue New York,N.Y, r

and Mrs. Vining.

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'}I"" f1i':\ \'' 1' Farmers Easily ,I 2 NEGRO BOYS SOUGHT 628,000 cash fit. .Iii, ,, '"""""-. '.

:; r i' .lAC1CSONVILLE.--Two negro milk in 11137 t i ,, a
i Learn Habits NEWSFLORIDA I boys are being sought for the the United Slat ,. !'
"lh '1 I I Of il I death of Mrs. Mary Louise Curtis ranking; Nation ,III ,? ,. '' .'tie
' Electricity
i 59, who was beaten about the tion of dairy .' .
head! at-
during ,
1J t I Saturday night an capita conBumpii.,1." '
:;:t I\,\, I Farmers to whom REA loans tempted robbery of her grocery lit 153 quarto u % ,? Vl' ,, .. .,Mall
are bringing electric power for the store. Mrs. Curtis, found uncon- other : '
1 M
I I count ,
riUTV DAY i ,
RURAL Hints To Housewives first time are quick to form new TALLAHASSEE. Governor scious behind a counter, died later. lund with 232 qua, t. "-
? ARCADIA. City officials are -
electrical! habits according to a
I I Officers said Mrs. Curtis had been
SENSE Investigating the advisability of Cone, through his office here, set KEFoKTS (
COMMON survey published In the July issue struck on the head five times. 1t1' 'OIW
Weekly from Home Demonstration lof the Rural Electrification News. seeking government help to con- aside Aug. 14 for observance in JACKSONVILLE Mw( "
struct and municipal Florida of social security day. The --. M .
Tallahassee operate
By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, The survey, covering 46 REA-fl- rish, federal housing '
I pier and light plant. occasion Is the third anniversaryof COWS PRODUCE $8,638,000 ? ,
r'1 nanced projects on which the average -I tOl' for Florid... ;, I"-: '
says \
} :PROBLEMS: CONFRONTING The next time a custard "cur- time of service per custo- President Roosevelt's signing of TALLAHASSEE.:::: Florida's flee received and ,..... ? !'," <.

FLORIDA'S AGRICULTURE: dles" on you, do not despair. Sim- mer was only 8.4 months, Indicates I FIRST CHRISTMAS MAIL the security law, which the governor growing Importance in the dairy applications for hm, //llllll., In/19

"' ARE MANY A VARIED ply drop two or three marshmallows that within n very short time far- ST PETERSBURG.-Postal of- described as a "great hu-" Industry is strikingly Illustratedin loans during July than ,,III"ftlage" (
"' ,
in the curdled custard and mere learn to use electricity for I flciala( received the first 1938 manitarian piece of legislation. the new milk facts booklet Issued previous month. H<' ,,,''i''1 ''""
Both young and old locally and stir until they are melted. Then far more than lights. This will Christmas package and immedi- Celebration will be held at Jack- by the Milk Industry Foun- were 747 applications .I I Iota
r nationally, are devoting thought whip the mixture with a rotary probably be true in Bradford' ately dispatched it to an address in sonville, Tampa and Miami and I dation. :Milk Facts shows that cover new building j" ,111B' s 10

to solving the propleras of agriculture egg beater, and In a few minutesthe I County, as elsewhTe. !, Michigan. The parcel bore marksof possibly at other cities. Florida dairy cows produced $8- work costing $3.129.4011( ???! ,cans'

which are admitted to be custard will be smooth. First, in the average farm family "fragile" and "Don't Open Until I'

numerous, Congress has passed a house-current radio is In- ,r Dee 25." RATTLESNAKE OIL ----

and President Roosevelt has sign The most convelent way to drop stalled, bringing entertainmentand MIAMI-Assistant Solicitor Cal- IT BELONGS

ed the Agricultural Adjustment dumplings into broth la to first dipa more news of the world as EXPENSIVE STEAKS vin W. Hassell of the Postofflce

clean into the broth. well of conditions. Next, has ordered the Rat-
Act of 1938 In an effort to extend spoon as crop MIAMI. Walker P. Inman, Department
aid in the undei.taking. Sometimes Then dip up the dough and it will the farm wife banishes the sadiron wealthy sportsman flew here in tlesnake Products Co. of Coral Ga- IN YOUR ICE-BOX

it helps to list the problems, that slide off easily into the broth. In favor of a lighter electric his private plane from his plantation bles to show cause here Sept. 8 I

we may be fully aware of them iron which stays hot. Third, the at Georgetown S. C., Satur- why (it should not be barred from .

and then endeavor to solve them To keep chiffon or other thin : wash-tub gives way to the washing day just to buy acme steaks and further use of the malls. Hassell AT HOME -

one by one or In a group. material from puckering when machine. Then the electric refrigerator lamb chops-a 600-mile Journey asserted that the Florida firm had I' -

j First and foremost is the ques- you stitch it on the machine, place I comes In. Electric toasters, ) that cost $83.Oi for gasoline aloneIMPOSE mailed advertisements indicating 1

II tion of obtaining an adequate In- a piece of paper between the !I water pumps, vacuum cleaners, that its "rattlesnake oil compound,. _
feeder fot and the material. The'I hot small and ointment" would relieve rheumatic I i
plates, motors poultry
come for tho farm family; If this SHRIMP BOAT TAX
!, could be so secured many of the paper is easily torn away. I lighting equipment follow in I TALLAHASSEE. -- Florida's neuralgic and ether pains In e.LLiryyW'

other difficulties would automat- I the order mimed!, to make farm life 15-year-old law imposing a $2,000 'even the most stubborn cases.' !

For a delicious Jiffy dessert, more pleasant and profitable.New I .
4f ically disappear, nnd without It license on out-of-state shrimp bout

r most of the I troubles will be difficult try Hefrlgl'ratorVhip: Into one I electric lines, the survey owners will be enforced for the BIG CAT KILLED I

f ,y to overcome. To u great ex- cup of whipping cream (whipped), 'I reveals, provides big new marketsfor first time beginning Monday, Aug MACCLENNV. party of i

', tent this problem is beyond the fold thre-fourths cup of graham indubtry. The average farmer 15, Conservation Commissioner R three hunters returned here Friday 'I

f I control of the Individual family cracker crumbs and one cup of during the first few monthshe L. Dowling said Saturday. with a large cat said to be :

j it is dependent on national and peach or other preserves. Pile in has electricity, spends about a tiger cat which some of the older j
iherbeta and chill. This Is
even International conditions a particularly $180 for appliances. This expenditure 3,300 YOUNO: QUAIL hunters said was between a wildcat i

1.: which determine prices for farm suitable dessert to make is in addition to the outlayfor I MILTON.-Manager. A. Al- and tiger. The beast weighed j '
up several hours, or a day in ad- '
4 products and merchandise which house wiring which Is anywhere laband said more than 3,500 young approximately forty pounds and avu.wa I a CC
vance. And stored In the clean- anut
farm families must purchase. from $50 to $300. I quail will be liberated on the Pen- was red in color, which is different 11d '
washed, properly-moist atmosphere
a And yet there are steps which of a modem air-conditioned Small and inexpensive appliances sacola development project this from a wild cat. The cat was kill I9Sa

e the farm family/ can take to Improve Ice refrigerator, this dessert will sell rapidly on all projects i fall for restocking purposes. They ed at Bay Branch on the north /
its own Income. All mem- throughout the country. Approximately were hatched in the project hatchery side of Barber Bay near Macclen- I
retain all Its delicate flavor and
jCfr ,}i bers of the family can work together fluffiness until serving time. 86 percent of the new customers near here. I ny which is said to be full of I ? I

lr i to secure larger yields of buy electric radios. An appreciable Florida wildlife. I

:r fp 'rl crops_from the same acres of land, "Prepared" -dust cloths can be percentage of the customers EXPENSIVE FIRE \ Ice-cold Coca-Cola ia ready |or

for the same labor expended in easily made at home. also purchase more costly JACKSONVILLE. Fire des- MERCHANTS I IMIAMI. time
Simply pour TO FIGHT you any you want it, when you
production. They can grow and one tablespoon of furniture polish equipment; for example, 26 per troyed a 20,000 building, new .-A merchants' Organi-
sell both fresh and preserved trucks worth $55,000 and manufacturing keep a supply in
gar- Into a glass fruit jar and shake cent, It is estimated, acquire electric zatlon scheduled a mass meeting your familyrefrlg.rator.
,' den and orchard products to I machinery worth $10- ;
t''' supplement the Jar so that all the Inside in refrigerators soon after obtaining tonight to agitate for repeal of r Order by the case
the sale of field crops. I electric service. 000. L. B. Jones, owner of the
coated. Then shake out a square the state's one-half of one percent
They can make craft articles and building, and J. L. Moore, local ((24 bottles) from your dealer.
yard of clean cheesecloth Striking variations in sheriff
and putIt regional gross receipts tax while the :
i noveltleB They can raise chick- for the International
In the Jar. Let stand for 24 the saturation of all appliances manager offered two more delinquent stores '
t1; ens and other poultry, and sell Harvester Company, made the es-
hours before the for sale at ''
using. When soiled except universally popular auction. The stock of'
c eggs and meat. They can produce timates.
wash in soap and water. dry, and radio are indicated by the sur- the Coral Gables Radio Co., was
more of the things needed at home .
again place in the "treatment" vey. Electric washing machinesare offered for sale on the courthouse Coca Cola Bottling o.
thus saving expenses. They can EAT OSTRICH EGGS:
jar one of the most commonly pur- steps along with the fixtures of
bring about a better balance in ST. AUGUSTINE is possi- PHONE 1 SI VMAGAZIN ->. \
chased appliances in the North the Shadowlawn Market. The
their farm program as between ble that customers in this section
Four ordinary pins are about the saturation figure never being I stock of the market was sold sev- _
;I crops and livestock, cash crops and soon be buying by the
} may eggs
the best danger signal ever devised less than 45 percent and rising as eml weeks ago but failed to bring
llve-at-homu crops pound Instead of by the dozen.
t for marking poisons In the family high as 92 percent on one project, enough to satisfy the tax claim.
which contributes to Income-farm They may use ostrich eggs instead
medicine cabinet. Stick them while half of the Southern projects \
} big problem in Itself, and yet one through the top of the cork, in different have a washing machine satura- I of hen eggs. The owner of an
II 4 which contrlubtes to Income-farm ostrich farm served some of the .\ STRANGE GIFTJACKSONVILLE. !
directions and there will beno tion of 5 percent or leas. The electric -
'r families can help to solve It by I eggs-scrambled-at a service club .-She doesn'tknow t r
' mistaking the bottle, even In r refrigerator, on the other ,
r growing quality crops and llve- the dark I hand, finds its best market on the i! luncheon. The guests ate the serv- how she came by her re- o

f1l stock and preparing them attractively : Southern projects. Among the first |' ing with relish and called for markable gift, but Mrs. Corrlne
for the market. But there more. Simpson has been astounding east-
It is
troublesome and
expensiveto twelve ranked
I projects according
f ,; ern swimmers with her to
}; is need for expanding markets for ability
heat the to bake !, RESEARCH
oven to
I up Just refrigeration, only two were NEW CLERK
walk in
l water. Her latest feat was
all kinds of farm
nearly products.
'9 Industrial utilization of farm one potato. Here Is the way to do Northern projects, one In Illinois :j: TALLAHASSEE.. C. Adkins, to walk across a 50-foot swimming 0
the baking on top the range. Seta the other in Nebraska. Ohio proj-, Jr., of Gainesville, has been appointed ten
products has expanded greatly in pool deep with her bead .
small lid inside a pound of coffee ects have been the most liberal research clerk of the State '
remaining entirely above the
recent but needs
much wider
can. In this, place the potato purchasers of cleaners.
expansion. vacuum Supreme Court for one year. He water. Mrs. Simpson accidentally
which has been rubbed with salt- The electric has found strike /
range succeeds James C. Gwynn, of Tallahassee discovered her bouyant tendencies
,r Local industries which provide less grease. Put the lid of the ing success In TVA area, where September 1. His ap- seven while r r
years ago swimming
employment, for farm labor during coffee can on tightly and a medium two projects have a range satur- pointment by the court follows a in deep water in Florida. She be-

the "off" season are a great aid size potato will be baked in ation exceeding 24 percent. custom to employ an honor grad- came interested ,mow'
watching some
tt also.Y .
about 35 minutes .
uate of the of
University Florida fish, and without realizing it, re- J
-I ;' Of course, there is the ever-presw Year's Progress law school each year laxed and remained standing in
ent problem of pests insects and Formula for keeping and heat-
t( FLORIDA the water for quite some time.
', diseases which ravage farm crops. ing up left-overs: Place all left- Reviewed By NEW BUSESJACKSONVILLE.
Y, Fortunately, research has provided overs in pint fruit Jars; potatoes in Welfare Board .-In anticipation /I7.ie..r"s N.N.

{ methods of control for most of one; peas or carrots in another, of a record winter season, the KILLED BY LIGHTNING e .v' .
'n these, so they are not Insurmountable. and sliced meat and gravy in another Florida Motor Lines' announced PLANT CITY-Lona Lucy Hawkins 4kW4.a

r Resistant varieties of crops Place in refrigeration. The During the first year of its in- yesterday it was Investing $250- 15-year-old daughter of T

have been bred to overcome a Jars needn't be covered if placedin cumbency the State Welfare Board 880 in new buses to renew its B. Hawkins of the Lake Walden

r i number of diseases, and sprays a modem air-conditioned ice refrigerator received 36,278 applications for equipment almost completely road, two miles south of here was ., w

because the constant circulation Old Age Assistance which addedto throughout the state. P. O. struck and instantly killed bjj a

.- of humidified air from the 8,410 pending when it was Howe, president, said some of the bolt of lightning during an electric -

,/ which food odors have been remov- Inducted into office on July 1, new "Florida Zephyr" buses had storm last week. A younger

ed guards against rapid drying-out 1937, brought the total number of been delivered and placed In ser- sister, Ora Fay, was shocked and N ,

and exchange of flavors. applications to 44,694.Of I vice and the delivery will be com- slightly burned by the same boltas pRmMaaq C .

I the applications filed, pleted in the next few weeks. New she stood only a few feet 0
When It Is time to use the left- away. 0 F+alt Stows.
I II overs, cover the Jars and set them were approved 6,889 21-123// type reclining chairs and air flow The two girls were a few yards ISSSSSjS'iSL a 0 Dreed.Y.Am.H Ceuftry journal_ I J yD'

I all on a rack in a roasting pan 155 disposed of for other reasons, ventilation to accommodate air from their home when the bolt ChrI.I1. Its J 91 i 0 DIad. gm. I

f THE half-filled with water. Bring the with 12,227 pending as of June 30, / conditioning units mark a radical struck. Apparently the bolt hit 1\\ a )lied- pt ..1outft.411OC'altS T ci COlUltry.. I rt PIa

? water to a boll and heat for about I. 1938. ,. departure- from buses previously directly as. trees and small build- alto"'. 1j""Ma ado. S Tt.,. / OFatra Journal I rr

thirty minutes. Other statistics made public at' used. The motor is beneath the ings in the vicinity showed no, a i 0 Cood BIOri.. I nD
SMILE ti I the state office of the Board here body, the wheelbase has been In- marks. The bolt leaped from Lona oeU' '. daqnztd.__" mo 0 Ira.... Jtrl..fiat I rr
'I creased and the back has been to her .IDO. 0- Ron. Coro ..... ,
redesigned Lucy sister and a n
showed was
today that 10,838 grounded Frf..
persons .4_
and dusts control other 1 Yr
pests. par..I. Maa1dt1_ 080u.01' I
f + of I Other problems which are re- were receiving Old Age Assistance to provide additional through her body. Her feet were I I a a palhllodel t;:::. _} 'fs 00 L.4horq WeMgVs : ""'''. J ""

1 ceiving attention include education when the Board took charge and body space. Exterior roof baggage slightly burned by the passage of 0pletorlal 114 .s II T< Jfou,... _. I
I racks have been eliminated. the lightning into term 1 r .
PROTECTION that at the end of the first fiscal the ground. pro'l'.oo1" lIJ.'P
social and recreational needs, ... --- a II10rl" --:::: t r 1 DFor5ad.r (or..Ir1 )_
-- 1I0..IiO
.re .
year 29,469 were on the rolls.
better housing and home invlron- \ a g.t..n 2'rlb a. j ss
It from Death had claimed 1,050 of a total n BVW.I i YThl. 00 P"9tWII'. ;: ,.
can only come
ment and FARM Boot .
maintaining increasing WOODLOTS .
PAY BIG ..n 1 Tt goaW.ra I ,
.i ) sound adequate Insurance soil of 3,018 who had been removed i aT. Coakaaa 0 1RVrz5..,
fertility, better conditions for .;;;Z: II 'fll Bauth.... ,.,,-- 1 !''n00o
, ( ,' r 6l Every clement of tenants, with longer leases end for various causes. RETURNS IF HANDLED PROPERLY, g .pfd:- S 'fl. 0 IVoaab.. W;Iu I yttl
and fear The total =
; worry In taken tenants working with landlords for grant had increased l rr

' from jour shoulders I balanced programs.It from $125,24074 to $128.993.00, j Every farmer who has a wood- portable sawmills crude and

J and the cost is small! will require hard work to I j while the average Individual grant,! land-whether it's the size of a wasteful outfits, mopping-up on I Al' __ S ; y f.

solve many of these problems but had increased from. $11.56> to mere windbreak or a couple of trees that have grown since the

LET US WRITE the history of the world is one of $14.55. > I thousand acres, is concerned as to virgin timber was cut off. Naturally OFFER NO I OFFER NO. 3

YOUR INSURANCE! fighting handicaps of one kind or The following statistics for whether he can make that wood- with their wasteful meth- .N.w.p e1 t another to the end that progress Bradford County for the yearly land pay its share of the farm Income ods and low-grade output, the I } } 040:

We represent several large could be made by the human race.MALARIA period were released: Applications price they offer the farmer for 4 Maqcnlo.....Group B $2.10 3 from Maraas\D.Group. A $2fre.
reliable companion in the pending July 1, 1937, 57; applications Farmers in the United States logs Is the very lowest. i

Theft Liability, Annuity, ra.... I received, July 1 to June 30, own one-third of all the timber- To help farm-woodland owners OFFER NO. t

lrll y Life and Fire field 281; total applications 338; total bearing land That Is almost as obtain better returns from this I This N.w.pap.r, 1 Yr. \ Alt FOUR This Nwipop OFFER 1 Yr.NO.> 4 Alt SIX

a 666{ I acted upon. July 1-June 30, 293; much as the timber land now in crop the Forest Products Laboratory 2Maqcr.ln.. A I FOR ONLY Ma..I". l/2i.ONLY
+ 2 A
in 7 Jny..ml relieve, approved 203; rejected 46; disposed commercial holdings and more Is completing designs for an 117 >$2.25 irora Group /S5.5'SMagcrala.t 5
4I, err JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT COLDS of for other reasans 44; appllca- than the Government owns in the entirely new type of portable band 1 from Group O 13 F* i -

Liquid"TlTklvtllr:: tint
Original estimates submitted to return from farm woodlands is and poorly sawed" lumber bylfifty AtL J1VB
IltMXlufhO, SO minute
PHONE 13 Try\ "lIab frnn- I"-TI.ni'-wurlr. lies i.1 the legislature and bAsed on a social very large, a quarter billion dol percent. The mill can be True HouMhoIa Slorr Mavcnla I I ya Y. roe om1

Liniment I security survey made by the lars. Equal to the value of all bar- moved from farm to farm as easl-1' Good Burl.* J I r. } .25

former State Board of Social Welfare I ley, rye, rice, and flaxseed crops; ly as a threshing machine. I THI3 Country NEWSPAPER Horn __ _. I ya $2

had placed the number of ("11- eight times the value of the pea- Building up and managing a

$ BOREE FUNERAL HOME gibles at 27,304 for the atate and nut crop, and nearly equal to the woodland Is like building up a MeColl'fl AlL .rIVB
Maqcnlae I
> at 233 for Bradford County. i tobacco crop. Per farm, per year1 dairy herd. No farmer would think Woman'. World __ ya ya 1'01ONt.Y'
,j tl Full line of Caskets &: Undertakers Supplies Estimates have been largely ex-I the average value of the farm of trying to build up his dairy'i Good Btorl. I ,n }
AMBULANCE SKKVICE \ Fflrrm. Toarna] 5210
DAY AND NIGHT ceeded. woodland products Is ninety-five herd by periodically selling the THIS nwsPJ im r /

i S3 PHONE S3 I dollars. One-fourth is cash; the young thrifty heifers as beef cat-

"S-Y I G. II. nF"''INETT. !Mgr. FINANCIAL CLINIC balance is in fuel fence posts, tle-but that Is about what many

i ".\ HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION" TAMPA.-The Florida Medical' building material. But farmers do farmers do with their woodlandscut --

1 Association fighting against socialized not always handle their woodlandsto off the thrifty young trees as IIr- -....-..r al gr trl.e

medicine, soon will estab- the best advantage for several soon as they have any market value -

I.: lish an experimental bureau to reasons. Ha may be pressed for and leave the low-grade trees Onll.m.nt

give adequate medical care to all cash and cut his timber before it until there is nothing else. On the ." I .
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy I 0..10.0 f-- '-f %-rU.!Ii pM* *.'><' tn,
through of financial has reached
persons a new type a profitable lze. He cutting end, the Laboratory finds I
:Many Venn Experience Make It Possible. for Me to Render clinic Dr. J. C,, Vlnson, may not recognize values and cut that trees below certain diameters, tt. tragaaloe.I hT. .L.ek.d, to..tir!wltk. I.ar.
t ? EFFICIENT, FKOMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE chairman of medical economics subscription to your n.w>pap.r.
a up a fine white oak log for cord- usually about twelve inches are S
D Horn Offer Q ploy Pff
MODERATE PRICES committee of the organization an- wood, or fence posts, when he very poor prospects for lumber I

'W :MODERN CIIAI'EL AT YOUR nounced. The bureau will be a might have gotten $25 for It as a and should be left growing. So far I 1l&DI0

I t ?' ; CONVENIENCE WITH NO CHARGE clearing house for adjusting, budgeting veneer log. Again: the farmer la as possible pulpwood posts and .

kt DeWITT C. JONES and collecting feei. he add- not apt to know much about fuel wood should be cut from thin = 1..1 i.. R.F.D... -

i : f' SUrke Florida ed; and will Insure medical care grades or specifications used by flings and less thrifty trees, to give l

c' p Dar pb. i Nteht P.. 13 at a price the patient can easily the mills In buying logs. the better trees a chance to ma-I ana St.t._. .

-- pay. There are thousand of small ture. :
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I ind for her sake and for your LAM'TEY GUM BRANCH j Gil AMr tlJl

,own, tooI hope you can straight-
JONES O. ,T. Phillips\ CorrespondentLight Annie :Sine\ Harnage, Cor. '*. L. C. Smith, Cor. '
that i ian
BOB n things out. So hoping 1 \\1', I '
>' stand losing her. I will not I .
Here i EvtenMoim: Mr, and Mrs. B. M, McRae and Mr and Mrs T. A. Graves, of ;'I '
On oppose you Cynthia. I promise
I Comments that." I: Engineers/ and linemen" of the children and Mr and Mrs. O. J. Richmond, Va., arrived '! ,,1'', ,
And' Hereafter you Florida Power & Light Co., are Jackson; and son of Pine Level spend, several I days with his par,1, :-[i 'I'',I IM

L I II He took Marls' arm and started still engaged in surveying and constructing were guests of J. A. Harnage and ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves. I : ,,,
__ I A'4k14(.,k/,. T4v.&Icfe to leave. She stopped him. Marvin '
afternoon.Mrs. of
I electric power lines west family Sunday Ogden, Pompano, was / ) : If
rh. fool hath said in his heart, LUCY UUFFAKEIC i I "No-not now" she said. Then, of the city to Hellbronn Springsand Hugh Hultlwanger and visiting In our section Saturday. :: \ R ...

l God." ** courae, only: turning to Cynthia: "Steve has: the Rosier settlement. It is children and Mrs. J. R. Lyons, all Mr. and Mrs C J, Frazier and I 'I: : oJ!;

thert capable of making any] Based on a tory by MARGARET CULKIN BANNING told you to take Ellen away. You expected that the line to Hellbronr of Jacksonville, were dinner guestsof sons, Charlie and Bobble and L.; "I I I V": ,

, a 'Statement. However, the un- | STORY SO FAit:II your object was to make my life I must know what making that de- will be energized this week for Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, C. Smith were business visitors to i if! 1< '

thought in this Bible quo I Stephen Holland, realizing with Marts as unhappy and miser ctalon meant to him." service The Rosier line will be Monday. galnesvllle Saturday. |1,1,

diving n is this: "Oh, well, there Is, I that hid mnrriage. to Cynthia able as my life with you was." I "Well-what can I do, or you 9. constructed soon and will make W. H. Carter is spending a Evangelist George Schloss, of ''"\u I :, '

t God, anyhow. Let's do( as we is a failure because of her "You don't flatter yourself thatI It was his decision." about twenty-five miles of extensions while here with J. A. Harnage and Starke conducted services at the &' ; '

lease The fool says In his, selfish. and domineering nature was trying to get you back, do "Don't you see you have no that the company has madein family Baptist Church Sunday morning ", ::: .J{I''' ;

earl There f Is no God." he does. ItiHlHts on a divorce. In you?" power over him any longer? El- this section. Mrs. Louise Denmark has returned and evening, They were well attended ,* ; :

b iayI\ m his head Even a Wanhlngton he tm-eU and "I do not. You haven even the len was the one threat you had- to her home In Jacksonville with much interest being fei;

M tool who looks up at the stars atnight. ) nmrrlt! Marls Kent When justification that you love me- and now that is gone." Strawberry Crop after spending the past week i shown, ( rYr f 'I((4

!is bound to know that some< they return to Maplewood, that you were fighting for your "Don't, dear," said Stephen. All Indications are for a large with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Durbln and "It .'

Personality greater than himself: I Cynthia txcomelndlctle love. You have fought all right- As if he had not spoken, Marls acreage of strawberries to be set S. Sapp. I children, of Jacksonville, and Mr. ): '

created, this universe. A man can mid manages to make life al- and unfairly--but only from hate went on."You I here this season. With favorable Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and and Mrs. G. W. Conway, of Palat- I',

believe there i Is a God and still bea ii moMt Impossible. for the bride. You have used my mother my are an Intelligent womanso weather and plenty of plants most son, of New River, were visitingMr. ka, spent Saturday night with ,'., ,
fool in the Bible sense Jesus At the lake with Ellen, her child as weapons-but at last you -- intelligent that you know growers are placing a large acreage .I and Mrs. T. N. Norman Monday Mrs. C. Fogg. .(':;;f'1 I

called a man a fool. He said he chiLl and Stephen'. hhe have gone too far. Now, I know when you are beaten-so t/itelll-, Many already have out their afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, of f I ,

,,'as a rich man who had a great I Ilhon,'" him the child I.. nllght- everything about you Cynthia, Kent you do not try to bluff your- entire crop at this time. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough the Ziff section were visiting Mr. I '

harvest He had to build new ly III and asking for hint. lie and nothing you can ever do, can self. Then, why, why make Stephen and sons and R. C. Keen were visIting and Mrs. J. W. Dyal Sunday. "' "

baim. ?to house his crop. He sat lies un Important| conferencethat hurt any of us any more. Come, suffer? Why deprive Ellenof Church Notice Mr. and Mrs. Noon Bradleyat Mrs. Nlta Padgett and children ,( !, ;

down and said he had everything evening. ,Cynthia I I..* to Marls, we will go down to mother. her father, altogether father LAWTEY METHODISTDr. Boatdraln Sunday afternoon. of Plneland, Ga., were visiting her 1

aeeded, for many years and has < phone Inter If the child ,Isuoriw. ." like Steve ?" William Shaw, Minister. Mrs. Luther Glllyard, of Enter- mother, Mrs. Kate Starling Sun'I' 1i.

hi going to enjoy himself and I Marl, suspecting Cynthia They started toward the (outer Cynthia had turned and walked Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Ser prise, is spending aome time here day. : 11
\\ '" h& wanted. And that night, I InttlsU. Stephen should door. Just ns they reached it, toward the window. She was look- mon by tho pastor, subject "My with relatives. Mrs. Eva Strickland and Mrs. .' )1
ta j.
said the fool died. Jesus go. lie does, accompanied by Cynthia spoke. Her voice, which I Ing out at the night sky. Choice. The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyand I Ida Jones were visiting in Gran:1 i ]
I Marl. and MM. mother. where Epworth League, 7 P. !of. children W. C. din Sunday. ;'j 1 ;. "
hen. in this story paints the plc- When had been high and sharp, waa low I "Stay on you belong- and Margie' ,
,of a fool. A fool is a man they reach the Inn, Cynthia I III and steady. where you have your own place- Evening service, 8 P. !of., sermon Faye of Brooker, were visiting I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton I" 'I ", .,.

tl loc< not properly appreciateth I I dune-Ing, nnd Ellen U alone "Junt one minute. You say thisIs I' let Steve have his share of Ellen- : by Dr. Shaw, subject "What Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, Mon, of Starke, attended church here ;,'. '" .I
\Vh "
Highest values. A man may I upstairs. a show-down. So be it. You say give up trying to hurt us-won't I We May Expect As Christians Sunday. I : ;. ifi.1.

\ millions of dollars and live'! you know everything. There is you please?" FIRST BAPTIST day.Rudolph Cblsm and R C. Keene --..--..--- ,'' \\.1.

mak Hi a fool.' The richest man I CHAPTER ELEVEN one thing you do not know. The Cynthia was silent' for a moment I Rev G. E. Cutshaw, Pastor spent Friday night in fioatdraln MISSION HALL ANDTAKERNACLK \t\ ,,

am ,reads these lines who does I Ellen was asleep when hergrandmothel' other day you asked me to wait and her voice was husky when she Sunday School, 0 P. M. with the former's mother Mrs. 4;"

\\'hl'recognize God and trust Him and father enteredthe until I decided about going to New did speak. Morning worship, 11 A, M. Noon Bradley.Mr. On Tuesday night at the Bible : ( ,

not lopcnd on Him and reverenne room, but she half-awakened, York to live. I did wait. Now I "I thought I was going to be run Mid-Week Prayer service Wednesday and Mrs. A. D. Norman and study hour the Rev. R. J. Comet. II !: i

ant is just as big a fool froma I when Mrs Holland lightly laid her have nyide, my decision. As soon out of town, anyway." 8 P. M. children, Kenneth and Marion, gave a most Illuminating interpretation '1 ; : p
Bible standpoint, as tho poor,, hand on her forehead."Go as I can make the necessary arrangements "No one's going to hurt you, If B. Y. P. U.. Sunday 7 P. M. were visiting her parents, Mr. and of the Second Coming 'J' r, '.

blundering man who cannot makea back to sleep, dear," said -.-it won't take long, I you just play square. You can go Evening Worship, 8 P. M. Mrs Rufus Johnson, of Hampton, of Christ. This truth Is the "Bless- rt' \

living and lives a sensual, sinful I her grandmother. "I'm going to promise you. I'm taking Ellen I on with your own life; Stephenand Sunday. ed Hope" of the true believer and ; ,) I Ia I;, ;

life and dies without God. How I stay with you. She motioned to away And I'm going to keep her Ellen will be happy because 1'erftonuN John Prevail' of Ocnla, returned I favorite thought among God's ,kii .
diametrically opposed to each other Stephen to wait in the other room. away I they can see each other; and I'll Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and to camp Sunday, after upending I Il people toduy The working out of 1Yi 1" t"

are! Some day over on lie had closed the door behind, Stephen was too stunned to an- I feel that I haven't wrecked every children, of Jacksonville, were visitors several days here with relatives. ; Current Events Is merely the development ; !-Ii! '

they,ther side of the river of death one. What! do you say?" here over the weekend.Mrs. l Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and of God's plan as revealed ,;; :,':

the find out that a great many ,I Cynthia had been moved. So F. R. Carradlne was shop- children were dinner guests Sunday In the prophecies. There are / .
""f will were 1 much was evident. But she could ping In Jacksonville Monday after- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. certain "Signs of The Tlnvs" that '\\1,1' :'
who thought they very I
people down here were mighty big'I not acknowledge it, Immediately. noon.Mr. S, Supp.I are like the gleams of dawn her- {. ( ] I, ...

wise Others whom the world con- \I "Would I have to sign a docu-- and Mrs. Hermie Kelley Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and 'I aiding the coming day which can .' ,<. : .,.:
fools and un- ipent or just bow low-or what?" were shopping In Jacksonville, daughters. Helen and Dorothea, bo discerned by the spiritually "
and Ignorant
ela-red essful poor but who in simple faith 3he asked, trying to be flippant. Monday.Mrs. I and. John Prevail, of Ocala, wonton minded. l( ; .,'

uc Jesus Christ as a Savior. 1 "You can stand on your head, If V. R. Reddish and Mrs. a slght-Hoelng tilp to Salt Tho special music was very 't;"
rusted '
having been you like," sold Maria Then she Eva Godwin were visitors, to Jack- Springs, Juniper Springs, and Silver much enjoyed A husband and \ recognized as I I
t..c of the earth. May I held out her hand 1 to Cynthia and sonville Monday. I' Springs, Sunday. wife Hang a duet "I Choose Jesus" \ 'f;
tn wise men .
< suid "or shake hands if you People of this section are very A solo "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" .
Go" save us from being fools! I I Mrs. }. S. Jones, of Miami, In 10\ .
fitted into the ,
will busy Betting strawberry plants. admirably if'
C I, visiting relatives and friends here '
The two women looked at each: this week. 'I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and evening's subject. .i '" '

<"tu- Psalmist said "He that i i iI other for a long moment. Cynthia I Miss Mary Edwards! who has children of tho State Farm, were The flowers this week were :' t''

dwelleth In the secret place of the I I I took the proffered hand. been spending some time In vIsitIng relatives here Sunday aft more abundant than usual, a beautiful f11 "

Host High shall abide under the THE END.BOATDRAIN. I Gainesville, returned to her home ernoon. bouquet having been added by !
shallow of the Almighty." In other I here Sunday Little Miss Selma hupp Is on the the florist. :::!f 'I l
he if dwell in the sick list this week. We all wish Tabernacle ; I
words, says we I I P. L. Dlnklns, of Jacksonville, ""
III there- her Tho service last Friday night 3
stay :
secret place-.that Mrs. Z. Z. OrlfflH, Correopondent was a visitor here Sunday. a speedy recovery. f.t
we are living or abiding under the Miss Martha Wells Is visiting Friends and relatives in this had an unusual feature. Two ten I I !'I' .. :J1
That that old boys, with outstanding ,;: ) J
shadow of the Almighty. section are glad to report year ,
this week.
and children relatives In Middleburg
Mrs. E. E. Lee ,
means we wall ourselves about // it her business., laid Bethel, were visiting her brother. Miss Louise Warren is visitingIn Mrs. W. F. Harnage Is Improvingafter Christian abilities, for their age. ". ;,/ )

with Omnipotence. It is my responsibility Stephen. "Man's it my C. A. Griffin, Sunday. Jacksonville this week. a very serious Illness. had an Important part In the ser .1 i 1 II
to dwell in the secret Garland J. N. Norman Is also on the sick vice. If nothing else besides the l {,/1' ;"
of Theodore
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, The Rev
place, When I do that, it then y. c of Buffalo N. list this week. We all wish hima part they rendered had been given '
Lee Lake, were visiting Mr. and Smith and family, J
to the service would have been well ;
becomes God's responsibility speedy recovery.
Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis, Sunday. Y., are visiting at the home of 't :
worth while. But there were other .k.!
take care of me. When I was a --- --
and and Mrs. William Shaw. Mrs.
W. E. Green
Mr. and Mrs.
with him and taken a few steps when swer. Marls did not mean to speak good things in music and message. (ifI'a ,
boy, I used to go walking my Sharon and Opal Mor- Smith Is the daughter of Dr. and RISING
the door from the hall opened and -whatever she said might make< daughters, The "When and What" i
I would reach subject, \
father at night. up
Mrs. Shaw. Mr. Smith conducted MN Edna Lett In, Correspondent
rell, Sunday with grandmother -
word spent "
but the
in. matters worse !
and take hold of his hand. In Cynthia and Marls came sent the congregation home satis
of Lake the services at the Methodist .
J Russ
Mrs. M '
under "Steve, cried Cynthia, "why came involuntarily."You fled with an evening well spent. I '
other words, I put myself
Butler. Church here last Sunday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw, of ,
hli protecting power He was re- didn't you phone me you were I.' can't do that You can't dlen Many are finding the Tabernacle :'
Miss Juanita Priest visited her Mary spent Saturday
coming?" do that. to Steve-to Ellen." Ing.Mr. cool and restful place to assemble -
didn'tfall a
iponslble to see to it that I I '
sister, Mrs. George Bowers, Sun- and Mrs. John B. Dye, of night with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. "
down and that nothing would "What fortitude you have," he'I There was a twisted smile on Ft. Lauderdale, were visiting Mrs. Lewis. for praise and worship. The i ,

hurt me. As a father he was gladto I said bitterly. "Th courage it must Cynthia's face. Always dramatic, day.Mrs.. Mae Prevatt Is visiting relatives Dye's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Miss Vera Lee Lewis Is spendinga service next Friday evening will f'. I, ,-i
protect me. God delights in have taken for you to put on that I she paused a moment for effect again hold an unusual attraction lathe I t
In Ovelda and Sanford this Blanchard, Saturday afternoon. few days with Elder and Mrs. ,. .]
look to Him for protecting stunning gown and smile and before she spoke. subject chosen, "The Wilderness 1 '
having us week. Mrs. M. B. Plummer, Mrs. Lucille W. E Hall of Green Cove Springs.Mr. :'''' .
care. We are passing througha dance. In spite of your anxiety "You think so? Well, as you Arch Prevatt was the guest of Shuford, Miss Elizabeth L L. Conner and Mills Elna of What Happened. 'i: ;' ', 'Ij

world filled with pitfalls, dark about Ellen!" have heard this is a show-down his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Plummer and MIss] Betty Phillipswere Conner spent Sunday with Mr. ''J'! "'1'' .

valleys, slippery roads, and a world "I: don't think that's funny." I can take my child out of Ste Prevatt, In Hampton the past I visitors to juCKnonvult, Mon- and. Mrs W C. Conner. guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Lew. : ( :. I :

filled with many enemies. The "No Well, I think you're funnyto phen's life and keep her out. And week-end. I II day. Tommie Lewis spent Wednesday I Is, Sunda:,'. r. ; _

wisest of the wise Is not able to think you could bluff your -you may go now, for these are I Mrs. Eugene Griffis and children -' Miss Irene Turner, of Miami, Is In JackHonvllle. I Edward and, Loon Lewis, or .t'',.[ ,

find his way along or take care way out of this." my last words-I'm going to do I Mrs. M. J. Green, Mrs Arch I visiting relatives here this week. j J Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and Glen St. Mary spent part of this ; ',' ..

of himself. Wle all need God. The I, "You're unfair-judging me In just that." 'Prevatt and C. A. Griffls spent --.--- I daughter. Fay, of Jacksonville, I I week with Heed and Meed Lewis. 't ,'

Psalmist knew God and he said, advance. Ellen was so much betterI Marls turned to Stephen. last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Farming on the contour means: spent the week-end with Mrs. The many friends of Mrs. R. R. /' 'ti I

"I will say of Jehovah. He is my just came down for a few minutes "She is just bluffing again. Isn't Ralph Gainey at Lee Lake. getting the maximum erosion control I Paulk's parents Mr. and Mrs. i Crosby are glad to see her out J.

refuge and my fortress; my GOd'1, -why should I sit weeping she? I understand that she received Miss Gladys Lee, of Bethel, was I by making every plow furrow 1 Walter Underbill. again after a long Illness. ;I'
in whom I trust." What a beside her and probably disturb the custody of Ellen-but in visiting Thelma Prevatt, Sunday. : provide a miniature reservoir -I MI' and Mrs. Ilusncl Carter and Mr and Mrs. Curtiss Smith vis -$yftI : : f1

What a fortress! The God who her? You have a man's viewpoint, a case, like yours, where there Little Clifton Grlffis Is spendinga to Increase absorption of children of Hellbronn, nnd George I llotl In Sampson City Sunday aft- 11 ") I '

made this world and created flaming but your mother who has always was no scandal, no smearing of\ while with his grandparents Mr. I run-off water. I Johnson of Starke were dinner I ernoon. ;i i 1.1 '! ti1

suns with which to light the been fair and friendly to me will your reputation-surely you have and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt, of Hamp! --- I

universe Is willing and eager to understand." some) rights-legAl rights, I mean, I ton. i jailL :

walk through the darkness of this She opened the door to the bed- not just moral ones. Can't you : Mrs. Ida Chase spent the weekend I Lcs

world with His own children, pro room and went in. Mrs. Holland fight this, Steve?" with Mrs. M. J. Green. 14Gtt4E / u BETIAND ,

tecting them, shielding them, tak- turned from the bed. Cynthia tried Cynthia had a Took of triumphon so

in care of them, enfolding them I 1 to speak but the terrible look In her face now, as she saw that UROOKER "

In the arms of protection, overshadowing I the older woman. 's eyes stoppedthe Marls seemed to be losing her con- SAVINGMEI
/ them with His Pres- words. Mrs. Holland walked trol. Miss Vcm (iulney, CorrespondentMr.

ence Years ago a railroad train quickly Into the other room' and "Probably he could put up a ,

wrecked in a Southern state. The closed the door before she spoke. fight," she said In even, measured and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson

cars all piled up on the embank- "Even now, Cynthia." she said: tones, "but In that case, there and daughter. Nadine, who have I 'f

num' People began to cry In pain bitterly, "I can't believe you coulddo would be scandal--and you seem been making Brooker their home, .'
W terror. An old, gray-haired I such a dastardly thing. I heard to be so proud of the fact that have recently moved to Bilghton. ; .j

preacher stood up In the midst of I I what you said you protected there hasn't been HO far. If there We wish them much success in "

the rubbish and above all the noisehe yourself beautifully In case Steve Is a fight. I'll be In It to the finish. their new home.

ald. "I am trusting God. Whoan said he'd be up. Don't try any ol' And quite aside from the fact thatIt Mrs. Alice Oliver and Mrs. Irving -I

you folks trusting?" The your tricks on me. I understand Is usual to give a child's care Williams, of Palatka. spent '
world is well-nigh wrecked. Thereare everything-now. to the mother, there was nothingin the week-end here with Mr. and I' II

wars and rumors of wars. "May I just say one thing? That the ruling of the court as to Mrs. B. F. Hazen.
There Is a chaotic condition in I don't understand why you are all where Ellen should live. Stephenwas Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and

practically every nation. Some attacking me like this?" given the right to see her- children are spending this weekin i

trust dictators Some depend on "Attack you ? I haven't started I well, if he comes to New Yorkor Greensboro as the guests of her ,

kings Some rely upon democracies yet I hope I won't have to, but Paris-or the Orientwhereverwe parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard. I ,
I will respectthat Tommy Colsen, of Starke spent I ,,,, :
Some are turning to commUnism if I do, you 11 know what attack are, of course I
and others are looking means. I'm going downstairs, ruling. I am not taking away last week here with his uncle and "

elsewhere for help. We Christiansin Steve-I'll wait for you and Marls any of Stephen's rights. I am aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Doug- DETROIT" ,

the midst of all the uncertanty, there." simply claiming my own. So -have las.Mrs. I i :f
R. W. Brannen, of Lake DELIVERED IN ,
while men are clamoring for pro Cynthia whirled around and you anything to say, Steve, or Is I Iprna
tecting power from human leadership spoke to Maria. this none-too-pleasant conversation Butler, spent Friday here with her EQUIPMENT' I
this! ended?" : parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Caln- $64400 ,
and human genius should cry "You did this! You INCLUDEDPrtct ,

unto God and say, "We trust You. Why didn't you mind your own Stephen's face had cleared and ey.Mr. ..... a.... r.... a.I l.4..4.4 _
his and Mrs. G. H. Hazen, of l
You he had stopped clenching
are our refuge. You are our business?
strength. You are our fortress.In "It is her business" said Ste- hands. He spoke as easily as If Kaiford, spent Sunday here with W. 5145 qoltJ.ttr.ttj li ,for..iitrluJtt ta 11. F. TuJortil ,..",-. I j, I ,
But what he had to was easy to his parents, Mr and Mrs. G. !
Thee, 0 God, do we trust. phen. "Marls is my wife. say partition cttrgel,tniftll tkf folloitrtfl
__ ____ have never been able to swal- Hazen. ________________________'________________________________
you say."Thank Mrs. L. D. Polk are 2 bumpers,with 4 bumper guard .
Latin Its That's the you, Cynthia, for making Mr. and I I
prose-writing reached low that fact, Cynthia.
.wheel lire, tube and lock 2 I
clear at last.I the parents of a baby boy born Spire j
highest point In the First century trouble." everything quite 'I electric horn. Cigar lighter and _ _
before the Christian era. "And what, may I ask did you [ have been confused by my love Wednesday, August 3. sib tray Heat indicator Speedometer .
- expect me to do? Fade into the or Ellen, my wish to have her G. E. McGauley and daughter. I with trip odometer. Head- ,
BUS SCHEDULE background-like some poor rela- near me. I am not confused now. Fuanlta were transacting business light beam indicator Built-in lUll'I I
I In Gainesville Saturday.We gig compartment Silent belical
For once, you are right. agree
Southbound tion? that the thing should are glad to report that C. C I' (can la ill speedi. '
to go on with with you you
"I expected
No 205 Due 8:13 of last .
-- Svarke p.m.No life and let me live mine. I do Is to take Ellen away. Melvin who spent part / I
207-Due Starke 11:45 p.m. did your not expect you to act in the "You mean," gasped Cynthia, week In the Alnchua County Hospital / '
ko 201--Due Starke 12:15 p.m. have." "you "an-that! you are willing Is now rapidly Improving at
lo. cruel, vulgar way you
:201-Due Starke 10:20 am. his home here.
"I don't have to be spoken to to let her go? i
be." "If I must. I won't have her A. B. Foster, of Palatka, was a
Northbound this and I won't
*[(t. 202 "Don't tell me what you will do mixed up in any ugly mess, if I justness visitor here Monday. I !
-Due Starke 1:50 p.m.Jo I
I can help it. She loves you, she Mr. and Mrs. Aria Taylor and :
You'll do as say
won't do.
204-Due Starke 4:15 pm or need her. children Sunday In St. Augustine .
Andrews Jr.
realize trusts you W.
don't you. J.
.0 206.Due Starke 9:15: pm.o now. This, show-down.In case you You have You have gone off on the wrong with her mother, Mrs I ,
. 208--Due SUrke 3:00: am.o It, Is a can't Morrow. ,
214 played the deserted, ill-used wife, track, Cynthia-perhaps you
--Due Starke 9:20: am. I A ,
one here. --- ----
that I was almost, get back on the right
Starke Bus Agent: Beasley't so pathetically 11 I If away with El- The pearl swallowed by '
And Perhaps you go
myself. Cleopa.I' STARKE FLORIDA
for :
Ol13e f'1fICe, station opposite court- should sorry have you known all along that len, you can. You do love Ellen tra was valued at 1400,000. I: :f

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[HAVE YOU READ? tie,' alI V!.,mi I ,. ., ,
11I Bradford County Telegraph BLAMED thf IIHIII..' .it\' \\ u I.
THE ntmnmvnl ,.I i I)u.- .. oj, "It.
Son. novel bused Maid cwitlfl.ati, ', \.. "..
Established 1877 My Son, My -a ROTARIANS TOLD THAT flume of fnkiuin ,", I' T
upon the Idea that a father tryingto Unleaw Hnll ,'",MI, lb.
TpPSj make his son's life what he has R" O""III" i I. ''II i lit
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CAUSED DEPRESSION deHr-i-llK.,1 i 11 h.,. ,. i jor
Published Fridays and Entered as Second Class achieve in his own to ... '" '
Weekly on failed to may the hllrl"' 1 1,1,1,1, ,', t

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. warp it fatally. The father in determined "Taking Stock" was the subject ftS'BoJJaiVS.1 I! ?i .,,III,I,'II,' ,"I; "MI"J,'','('! .

that his boy shall want of talk at the Rotary Is t-.h.-av USKAI.
a given oi ? ,, ,: ,, '
1935.. I" \
-- for nothing and succeeds only in 1
Club Wednesday by Dr !or. B. Her- ,
L. Matthews______________ ___________Editor and Owner 'TII! turning him into a charming and long In which he blamed the depression 1:>" 11138.tOFFLCIAL. IhlN 101 h ,,10'I \ '.,,,

. . $.JINRIK15HA.J" ORIENTAL! unprincipled cad. I on impractical bond Issues A. ,J. 'J'II": 1.1) *

SUBSCRIPTION RATE TRANSPORTATION' VtSlCltWMFN Deep Summer with a back- and the "practice of borrowing Clerk ot i 1'1"I" 'I" ,
I \4L5INVNTEO5YAN of American history this than interest Iiadf.rI. ,' ,, ''III
ground more money '' ,',
Six Months in Advance -
Yearly, $1.50; 73c-Payable rr IN novel is made into a stirring ro could be paid upon." _. .. a. i

Advertising Rates on Application 1871 A wrnif 1IAsr SlUrWN6AS mance. A Puritan girl from New After the "boom" the outstanding MtllfM( oh.: S til.!; :' I'\i-\

NlISSION.RjlINyo England goes to Louisiana. At the bonded indebtedness of cities NOTICE 'Ilt'rlput'hi UI ik
(ONA ) time in another boat is a I_.. H. Starling: HI"i:1, ': \ I" Ib I
same and counties in Florida was $610- ia i 11"1 I" ; "
4. WE'RE FOR ROOSEVELT, RIGHT ON AND ON I 'A- smuggler of slaves.. They meet 000,000 while the population of Iruttm written requeM I ihui i ,,|,, ".',". ,," ",I..I Il"'\

and are married. Their one ideal the state Dr omitted 1-vlwY.ux..,. .. '1110.", .
was only 1,400,000 -T ,h'loi, ,, I\\
; It was somewhat of a surprise for the Telegraph to discover Stat he :
In the ,
Is to found ;
a great empire Herlong said. The per capita income I a Ig heat b cider.. fin" ... ."01,1 lo ,
-I 'f
p in an informal poll last week that seventy-nine percentof jungle and a great dynasty that dropped from $661 annually by .Chapter 18296 ,,r ,i It,, '1:11 Vii.: .lid '

the people questioned on the street here would vote again shall rule it.New la 1927 and 1928 to $330 in 1932 Of Inir cloticilbuU LftRlNllltUU-, uu, I ">, ,',.".I.-. ,t'li.,; ,v.
Frontiers of the J.Und-an and 1933. By 1934 a total of 147 County of LliuUfonl. i. Sl, II, .., lIt
for President Roosevelt if he decided to run for a third term MOTORCAKSWCRf ida. to-wlt: v'r
unusual book that deals with telepathy towns In the state were unable.
in 1910.! We felt sure, of course, that substantially more than ,. 4,1Il FIRSTINTKOPIKTP WKJ collect taxes to the Interest 30 iMtH 80 & all I III, W"." ae-, 4I. mind reading, premonitions enough pay Tp. 5 8. It ii I J-;; .. i f

half would signify their approval, but to find almost eighty F. I V 4f-1.GRMTNITAIN me LAW RroomtpXMIVPM $ and warnings, explaining I on their bonds and had de by The certlflcat II axes to,. be NO,."r,id,,u, .T.", ',* ,",'I.' ',"crvpioHont !

of the 1CMAV8 .. ,r v SWAT 14A1 r1cyf how some scientists have come to faulted the speaker said. th<' unmijii, .r', '.' ,,,i I
shatter and
percent people willing to precedent remain A MAN PtECED .1'" '
J'4'W 'V I.lI me vfHKTLB ey ---. ,. FI.'f LAYc AS MAr4Y AS the conclusion that thought transference "The Wall Street crash of 1929 years 1927 i In 11111:'I. i..",," ,", ', th.1 I
under, the Roosevelt banner for twelve consecutive years was 56oRoscARRv.20 EGGS AT A 1'ME..ANO IT ONLY the most natural in the amounting to ,:aa.: :"i ''I.' '"
INGARVPFAd< TAKES l 8 HOURS FOR THB TSSS TO Is possible. was thing ALSO: I.nl. 2s :1 is, i iSV" ,V. ;
I more than we expected. TO'UMRM AND PRIMER RIDERS HATCH INTO LARvAC THAT BECOME FULL I Suwannee RIver-sure to be of world," Dr. Herlong declared. ( I" rt."r' ', ,". Tp'0" ,
Flips IN IODAyS.A.WIR II n ,,"?,.; ,.
Other states had to followFlorlda's 'O
IIOR$550 "
Of begun
FZYCOUiD HAVI ove* n.rioo.oooresrnnMia Interest to everyone In Florida. A u'i'os, mote 01 I it"
Speaking for ourself, if he runs true to form between l IN rut SJlQ4'TPERODb# $OpjJf) I The story of the famous river that example of bonding heavily The taxes ton\ '.,u t"t, ,' ''II.'i!

and 1910! would vote for Roosevelt then and when the holders of those by vortiricntf N" I II'' ,I" '
J ow we as freely as I flows through a strange, green represent thti 'nnimiil. "

we did in 1936 and 1932.!) The matter of precedent, it seems / ,I land of swamps and reptiles, and bonds found that the cities and I ammintlnir years 11137 i to to $111117 I I'm''; ;I i, '," r'SI' 111'tin' '
A fl41 counties could not Inter-
II IIf S5ULT OFIH of men lost in these ghostly places. even pay ALSO: S\\>, ..i sH .
j us, is too inconsequential to be given a moment's consid- CONAMsor \ L I II II The Lute George Apley-a Pul. est on them, their natural reaction 6 11 iJ:; K:., ,, ". Ta..1

eration. If George Washington did not want a third term in o iIMJACTUERt I II I itzer Prize book. The author was to throw them, on the A.'res.The tsxe. to I I... *,,M ", ..

I 1 'le White House that was his own business and we don't 1O44RP.Ae1Y. I I makes' the leading character so market and take whatever they by curtlf lento ;No,, ,n1U2H ., 01 "J." ""'
IN'U7Sh4Lw1s could for them. and 1U.I1: i.Hii.tn-d, .
I' vivid that at a recent class reunion ".I",
I lame him a bit, for two terms are enough to break the health "I am afraid that our national resent the mi|1m lei l I ilx t r II.
there was much discussIon amonghis I yearn 1927 10 i I'" ,, ,, .
4: ,f be S0w14 is the union I nllnjt to l'i,.-i I n "
( an ordinary man and three might almost considered 147ivAN classmates as to whom was referred government ranking same ,
I CERflAL AMU5rMNTS1MEATS ALSO: IlIkH 7. i 1'1 i ;II, ','
I fatal. But on the other hand, if Mr. Roosevelt "can take it," 192 1W 7/ CLIJ8SAO5.r't4'O / to in the person of George mistake In borrowing more money 17 8uh-Il\'. ,,.I'1: : p, ". \It .;
-. WW4 otw7y tHE WORLP Pfr&S I than it can pay back," Dr. Her- Sec. ail Ti| 7 s I Italnlnir : i ,
if conditions in 1910 his .4.4)' 4$A1C f ?S.4WLAR MkItMew7J.IND Apley. 14 A. .,. ,.
( ; warrant continuing planned pro- ,NTRrAnAwNys... These few the IonIC concluded. 'I',.** tMVUM 1(1 S.-i ..I.i i"I".. ,, .,

I I pram, and the people still want him, it would seem ridiculousiU I many new are books a to be among found at The program was In charge of by- CBI'tlflcnlr l :' ;'X'
and 1H34. rri.l' ." i,, ,
Robert F. Clark, chairman of the I
to stand back and prate about precedent at a time like that. the Public Library In Starke. j icKent the uniuilil i I.,"" .' j.p.

UKUHL'GS, SNAKES POISON I ,.L __,_ Public Service committee. yeum 1031 to l'i;' is, I,, ,m j i",,"I"'h", i t"
No one yet knows definitely that Mr. Roosevelt is con- OAK unimmtlntf In *r,11' I I-
AIM: All Lot' F.. i'I| T ,
sidering a third term, and if he is of course there will be I From Other PensA I 1. For redbugs one recommended LIBRARY Robinson At CampThe Frac'l S%. II IIr II, .-: rt.'r
C 8. R. 21 i; "",,MUI,,, "i
t various barriers to overcome. In the first place, the strain remedy Is oil of cloves rubbedon SHOWS PROGRESS Rev.. Frank Robinson pas- AcreH snore 01. l."'.
the ankle or shins before ex The taxed to h, snlil, .1,t,. ,..1" '
'!li of the White House is a man-killer-indicated by the fact tor of the First Methodist Church, \hy certificate' N..,H i '' ,"I I"" ''"
"Get it fresh NUMBER OF BOOKS MORE "
CASTOR OIL posure. every year ,
1911 and ,, ,
Is attending the Intermediate 1933 r'" pp I m \K, .1. n ;
r- L that we have never had more thai two ex-presidents livingat No longer Is it necessary to Is the advice. A little vaseline THAN DOUBLED IN Christian Adventure Camp being resent the unpaltl. I ti\ I t a. '
years 1010 to ''' '. i iamnnnthiir I. ,, ,,
rubbed around the ankles 3 YEARS I'I"
the same time. However, in the case of Mr. Roosevelt coax bribe or threaten the children or just held this week at Camp Foster. to .1 I "
to get them to take that above will also prevent the red- Af-so-: N'u'' i \
\1 : this does not to be important for President since The Public Library of Starke near Jacksonville Mr Robinson '
t seem so no much bugs climbing higher. NIJiSoc i 'I I ;i. 7 v I It
disliked oft-necesaary
yet Is In c'mrgt of the cunip and director ,",'I""lnlnll'I .:,' .1 .r
having reached its third anniversary
: his distant cousin Theodore has thrived so well on trie colos- castor oil. Just extract the juice 2. About snakes and spiders, of the for Lluo lnn e.'i'iue,

of an It Into a glaxi the first important thng Is to is prepared to give some program tnxon I.I i I",' -"I,01 I ... \ ,Klencfc!,
Bal labors that befall Chief Executive.In orange '
r week him from .
; a accounting of Itself to the public Accompanying by rertlflflt< s I 01'I ". .'
and to It add the prescribed know which are really dangerousand the Intermediate Department of 1011! : a nil 1'>HJ 1-xiK". t"t" t ,,.1' rep
the second place, the "no-third-term" tradition will amount of castor oil. Add a bit which are not Of spiders the who has been so generous in Its resent the 41111,1.1| < i i- .thil ,
' suppoit and patronage.First the Church are Leonard :smith, years t'KIU! : to 1:',Ik I, ,n ,,,,,..
doubtless cut with millions of voters under only poisonous one is the "Black
; a figure although seemingly of soda. and stir vigorously Ruth Slrnptior and Freddie Wlm- anointing to '1'1"' '
the distructful eye of the reluctant Widow" predominantly black the Library was opened iSO: Nt r: beside the point to others. with red Of July 13, 1933 with one thousand berly. Totni registration at the II TP. 7 a. it !'i1 i; i'' ', .r
blight markings. .
youngster camp Is 51 young people, with a 44 Acres, mm,< ,,i I I. -
t In the third this is true volumes while today it boasts of
especially today-a
snakes all the kinds ,
Lio It foams as the much-loved poisonous of 18 The taxe. to Ix sold u. '''''!
,: but have these characteristics 2,570 volumes, at least two books faculty adults. This Campis by certificate No,* In' 11,1,,,, MM i 01
president who is known to be seeking a third term cannot drug store soda I Serve at once. one : .
capita for the population of sponsored by the Board of Chris- 1931 and 1933 I'I" h. ... 'I represent
Touch the lips with a bit of tissue 1. All have a broad, triangularhead per the unpHl] 'luxiyenra ",. t .,, the
help but meet stiff opposition within his party ranks. Thereare tian Education of the Methodist
; Starke. Last, but not least, there "
to remove and remaining trace. Itisn't on a very narrow neck. tuso tn 1"M:: hnlh 'o" "''It.
senators and others with selfish ambi- has been an increase in the library i Church, South with Miss Margaret amounting tu $78.'M
are many governors, 2. All have sort of hole the
i half bad) Even the young a on I Turner of Lakeland, the Conference Said, tax certlflrati "''''Ih., wllh

: ': tions of their own and who envisage themselves in the role sters vote it a tremendous improvement side of the head about halfway between staff serve so that its growing it can more public.efficiently Director of Young People'sWork. all taxes subsequent will be fold omltt t,,rl I th.>>r hIgh LtvM,

: of national leader. While they might not openly oppose an over the old-fashioned the eye and the nostril Borrower's cards totaling 871, This week closes the 7th blildt-r at the Courthtux, ..Ioor l !In
"straight" or orange flavored I. which looks like a second nostril. I Stark on the 28th. la\ "if Aumu:
}: incumbent's third-term ambitions, they can be counted upon method.-Southern Farmer.AMERICA'S 8. All have the plates on the under have been Issued during the three and the final such Camps held I A. I>. 1138, at ll'OO: ,,', 'If,,'k t. MDated ,
throughout the state during the thin the eth dm Ar r An
, !W to pull all the strings they can, privately, to make it impos- side of the tail in a single row. years loaned.and 18,223 books have been summer. I I I gust OFFICIAL 1918 SEAL)

LEADING FAMILY The one exception to the above IJ
: sible. The Rental collection start- J A. J THOMAS
Official confirmation that SmithIs rule is the coral snake. This is along Clerk of Circuit ,'"un of
' On the other side of the picture, there are valid reasons slim snake found from east ed with twelve books which were Colored Teachers Elect 'I Bradford County Florid
the American
great family name
:L 4 to indicate that Mr. Roosevelt has an excellent chance to run comes from the social security ern North Carolina' to Mexico, and donated by friends of the Library, The Bradford County Colored 8-lI-St-8-2.

,, '; V. again-whether he seeks the nomination or is drafted by the II board. In Its old-age pension files, Is encircled with successive rings and grown this until collection there are has now steadily 100 in Teachers Association has been or- -

the board now has 470,190 Smiths. of red, yellow, and black, every ganized for the 1938-39 term and
4 party. The New Deal is largely a personal thing-and the The Jones aren't next either. other ring b' !ng yellow. this department, which will be) Louis Debola was elected presi ;;

,, i dominant personality is Roosevelt. Occasionally he yields They are sixth. Before them come 3. As for poison' oak, always remember books added are to just paid as for fast by rental as these fees dent. Other officers are: A. O. I DAY'S 1
that real oak has
I the spotlight to another of his followers but of the Johnsons with 348.530; the poison Jenkins vice-president Flossie B.
one or none three leaves in cluster ; and moved to the open shelves.
with the Williams a never McLendon, I. Y. Caf-
Browns /
253,750; secretary; !
; them looms large enough in the public eye to be first-rate with 249,312, and the Millers with five. The surest and easiest rem- Now, by way of celebration, the fey assistant secretary; M. E.

, presidential timber. Everything centers around the Pres- 238.980. There are 232,540 Joneses. edy is to thoroughly wash off all librarian, Mrs. H. II. Young I Roberts treasurer; J. A. Jones,
wishes to that all
ip ident. He gets the blame and the praise for everything the Various spellings of a name are hands exposed parts of etc.-as the body-face, books will announce be ten cents for rental seven I I chaplain; Dorothy Harrell, pianist, ""TIRE
grouped together. Schmlda, arms legs. promptly and R. A. Strachan critic.

government does. His cabinet seems to contain no one, with Schmitz, and Smyth are all considered as possible after any probable days, except fiction appearing on .--- Ii

the of Cordell Hull whose advancing of the Smith contact with the dangerous three- the "What America Is Reading"list .
; : possible exception years part leaved vine Wash off three or taken from the New York H'UIIle Complete : BUY

i l practically preclude his candidacy who could be counted upon The shortest family name record four Herald-Tribune's books section a A44048
is "E"; the longest to date is times in succession with hot I Supt. A. J. Gilffis said yesterday -

4t os a dependable vote-winning standard bearer for the Democratic Zenoglanokepoulos.-Stuart Dally water and laundry soap, chang copy of which will be found on the that he feels confident the

News. ing water each time. As for treatment Library door. first unit of the new elementary
1 Party. local of solutions "Let us all celebrate by readinga school $615
applications building here will be completed I
There is some talk about Postmaster-General Farley, SOUTH GlttVS TWICE of cooking soda or Epsom new book this week," Mrs. in time for the opening of

but he, so far as is known, has no economic or social AS FAST salts, one or two teaspoons to a Young said.A the 1938-39 school term on September .us-It j 4

ophy. It is generally thought that he would work PhilOS-// For a long, long time the South cup of water, are pronounced as 'will list be of found some elsewhere of the new in books the 5. Work will not follow $705

helpful as many.-The Progressive
immediately on the
was a nursery ground for other remaining
J t for any other President, conservative or liberal, as he would sections of America. Our young Farmer Telegraph. units Mr. Griff said, since the .

. for Roosevelt. Farley's dominant characteristic is loyalty. men went West or North or East. -- --. county's portion of expense on the 1.25-17 $805
' '
( ci He will follov: whoever is head of the party he belongs to. Southern population gained slow- New Political FeatureThe Said Mrs.AKISTOCK Fluff well garbed in estimates present unit by several had exceeded thouaand first dol- !!I .

Vice-president Garner has also been mentioned. nut ly.Now our young Southerners are Telegraph has added a new unit. lars. '.00-1' ,

feature "In The Hustings." a column Well kept, well housed, and ted I $1020
few friends of Roosevelt would consider Mr. Garner favorably finding out that there are Just as -
dealing with state politics, on milk ,, '
'fvrH OK '1".1.1( ti'iovI"R
: after his under-cover sniping at much of the President'sprogram great opportunities right here at I'
:3 and we heartily recommend it to "Who's that strange cat across T\; IIKKH:
home as anywhere else. Instead of I 4<........ HIM ,... 1.n.: EflSPEEDWAY
E 4's: during the last session of Congress. Western lands being cheaper than our readers who are Interested in the street?' nT''I'] IS H"HI": flY IIlV"J'oI: That i GOO1
what Is on behind the Now, really, did meet?" C, \'. InlCl.rhrht; Alice
going we ever
w After reading the views of this writer and that upon I our own, they are two to five times holder of TH" .. .- ,
scenes. An Interesting account of
i I the subject, the question still remains : Does the President an high. Instead of our thinking the political theories of the new "My dear, your eyesight must be 1811 I"NII", him the flied 3rd day same of hi InlClerhrht'l

that growing of cotton, tobacco, iiml haM ma want third term? He hasn't said and he hasn't said no. speaker of the House Is contained
a yes, I peanuts, and rice are the only poor; dwell tu: he iHxupfl thrrenn certlflpRlv tire-built for tough\ Sol"-
In the column this week. That short-haired cat before the eni1>rnc-i. the following da I for Ion*
if hedoesn't trend
sound for to husky
tl'i However, there is a very reason even ways make money on Southern door illied property In the County of i Heavy, trip
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declared himself farms and that the West is the Bradford. State. of Florida to-wlt: m eat--eluer-trnl'llon!
nomination. If he
seek the toni
E1 openly Is Mrs. Meow she's not for Suptrrtwlat
place for livestock and dairying Successful Revival ; our style. Went Half of Ho nth went Quar- anfety-
; w'rL' out of the picture the Democratic Party would fairly seeth Said Mrs. Puff, with catlike tar of Houtheant. quarter Sac.tkn pllea for protection aiJiilMt
the West itself Is going into hysterics Services closed at the Sampson I 11 Townnhln a South Range tire failure. Come aee w

with efforts of others to put themselves forward. By saying lest the South beat them City Christian Church Sunday smile. more S3 East or Iea containing... A..r..... day's greatest tire buy''

nothing :Mr. Roosevelt keeps the party under control and at producing dairy products, hogs, night after what waa described as "I fear she's rather underbred The ..Bsment of the aald prop-
erty under the .
said purtmrato l 1.
and poultryl! And Instead of IndustrIal I
. : the same time keeps his underlings on tenterhooks.It oportunlty's being sought the "best revival"* in the history of And common cats I really dread. .BM.""<|, WB 'In the name PaRchal
the Church. The house was packed
is a reasonable supposition, held by the best-informed In great Northern cities, it i* be- to capacity and She hobnobs with the butcher man I'nUnB ,,ali certificate shall be
every And lunches from the old scrap redeemed according to law. the I
commentators, that the I'resident hasn't yet made up his coming better In, our thriving there were twelve additions to the can." property d..rlb..d therein will ".
Southern towns and cities, where I old to the hlBh ..t bidder at the
The of doesn't him-as he membership, seven by baptism and II court house door on the flrHt Monf. .
? mind. question precedent worry rents, taxes, fuel, etc. are low. five by statement. The services Dear me, of needn't I .... In the month of September,
course, we
4 l often says that he has shattered more precedents than any What Is the result of all this were conducted by the Rev. W. T. call tember 1918.: which 19m In the Sth day of Sep

?i other Chief Executive to date, and he prides himself on it, awakening to Southern opportunity McGuire, of Jacksonville. She's really not OUR kind at ")..Ie'\ this' 10th day ot August,
? Let the census figures tell 'i'i. ID3M.
Likewise, there seems to be no problem of physical capacity the story. The South has becomethe i all. (OFFICIAL SKAM I
It's not her fault dear A. J. THOMAS
-his health and energy always astound White House attaches fastest growing section of Remodeling Home my you Clerk of Circuit Court of

4t'i1 America. According to estimates Workmen are busy this week remodeling see, Hr..dto'd. County, Florida. ,
4 4iH Thus, the view is growing that it all depends upon She hasn't any PEDIGREE" 8-/2.4t-9-2
)just made public by the U. S. Census repainting, and decoratIng -

Lt conditions two years from now-that if the time seems ripe, Bureau, the 1ft states (Includ- ; the home.,..of Joe M. Sistrunk, :\NOTM OP APPI.I"' \10"
: .
Just then a mouse a tiney thIng FOil TAX; ...:.:..
. Mr. Roosevelt will run again ; and if it doesn't, he will retire ind Maryland and Delaware) clas- at the corner of Call and Church Across the made <*rn<>l: Hill < ?. 1,111: REPLACE OLD PLUGS

sified as South Atlantic, East streets. The completed job will pavement a NOTICK 'IS HRRKDYOIVEN.: ,:/ That NEW
and seek to choose his successor for the nomination. spring. :Mr.. Heuluh Kelly holder of Tax WITH
South Central, and West South take about three weeks. Mr. Sis- : CartlflratpN
I In the meanwhile, if anyone should ask, we know of one 'Central, gained 3,039,000 popula- trunk said. and when finished will Plain Mrs. Meow and Mrs. Fluff ly. 1140.: 1141 NumberreHpurtlve, and 1.142! Untied August -- GOODJiWl
And, sad to it Mrs. Puff 1. 1 tfl3A, .
if he decides to tion from 1930 to 1937, while all be two complete and say has fll d same In my
vote he can count on for 1910 run. separate office and has mad.. application for EAGLE
other 32 states combined only 3- houses in the same building. One tax deed to he iHHtind, thereon Suldr $ DOUBLE
o 1 152,000. And In percentage of gain will be rented..: All made a rush, and such a blur the Of cats and claws and mouse following dem-rlbed properties
the results were even more re In the ., ;._
County of Bradford State of New one-pie f"
IF THIS IS TRUE-WATCH OUTI! follows and fur; Florida to-wlt: 0fi
markable as
Card'of ThanksWe Which goes to that some Certi1cat. No UfO, embrace*. Btmetion saves
The American Association has made the startling prove
Sixteen Southern states' population fine NEV of NKVi platted a. Lake gas and oil\ PjV

statement that one out of thirty-seven people in the gain was eight percent. wish to'express our heartfelt day KlnKuley HelKhta No. 1 with the more mfleaire!
gratitude to our friends We find we're all of common follnwlntr exceptions to-wlt: Lota battery..
many drain on
Northern and Western
United States is a criminal. Such cold facts are apt to give Thirty-two clay. :'l of "I11 5 Ex Lota 8209 of Elk: J
4 ; states gained four percent. who extended their sympathy durIng ex Lots 17, 1 S. ID. of Lllk 65C rACH

the average citizen an attack of the "galloping lurks." It In other words, the Southern our hour of sorrow. (Signed) -Our Dumb Animals. Kane 0a9ct''22n East 38 Township containing 6 40 South Acre,
means that one of every thirty-seven people you meet every tales are now gaining In population Hildabelle Bence, J. O. Alvarez, more or 1..... -
twice as fast as the rest of Mrs. J, W. Morgan, Mrs. Joe Guards To Return Certificate No 1341, embraces.
ut cr day will bear watching; that when you are in a crowded movie Hoover. lieliht. 18 of VnV'KJ"."ley
Vmerica! And outside the South Members of the local Headquarters No. l, Se"
lk theatre there are several persons with criminal tendencies in .he fastest-growing state Is Cali- .. Company of the Florida National 88 Tp 8 S. R. II E"Rt.tn Register Motor Co.

the same audience. The old advice to treat a man as a thief ornia, whose mild Dlxlellke climate Grown for thousands of years in Guard will return Sunday ?:ri\ ".'?lo*of No.niic 13aj 6' fake mbiV King.-cea

la the main reason for Its the Orient, citrus fruits were established morning from Mississippi, where icy Height. No. 1 In N"J\o.\ of NUVi
until he himself honest takes in the Sen 38 S
-b proves on new meaning Tp. S. R. 22 Ea.t. Fla.
growth. Keep all your bets on In Florida by 1579 and they have been taking part in the The emiinrnt of the said prop I Starke, j

4 t. face of these figures. I Dixie!-The Progressive Farmer. In California by 1769. Third Army maneuvers. erty under said certificate No. 1340
was In the name of Unknown; the

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