Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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GUARDS BACK I!. BRADFORD'S Levy For 1938'i: : '

FROM I TOBACCOALL 6 ; Is One Mill Less ;'. ,: I

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2ND DISTRICT CONFEREN AMERICAN LEGION 300 Tax: Assessor Announces 4:, !:I'( .. :' !....

Their Fill Of Army Brings Grou'ers Here KINGSLEY BEACH AUGUST 21 AND 22 NEW VOTERS Increased Values I'!I'''\ ', ;'' 1

For 193S ; I",
Life In Fifteen An Estimated

Days $60,000 SATURDAY CITY NEXT ELECTION MONTH BUDGETrDOPTEDReduction ----- ,'; p''eAq'ii'' : ,

Bradford county tobacco growersare Following closing of the city's I'
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weeks of alternate GET-TOGETHER.
'if two better off by $60.000 than they registration bonks here last. Satur.day Made Possible '

ram .anned mud heat and seasoned and dust nationalguardsmen nineteen I were this time three weeks ago. 9 P.1.:\ : PUBLIC DANCE FOR BENEFIT OF MIAMI: DRUM & City Clerk Carl Johns an- Jill Funds Carried /,,:;';': i .
County Agent T. K. McClane nounred that 300 new registrationshad
and their two officers rl:1 \
said yesterday that practically all been taken In his office here. OverIt : ,
returned home Sunday morning: of this county's 280,000-pound crop This unusually large registrationIs J 'j .
from the Base Bivouac near Biloxi had been sold at an estimated average SUNDAY doubtless the result of the great will cost taxpayers In Brad. )) .. .
where Third '
Mississippi Ar-
maneuvers have been staged price of 22c per pound. 9 A. :M. : REGISTRATION BOOTH OPEN FOR REGISTRATION OF interest being taken In the city ford County ten cents per $100 less (' ':' t ?"
nn Mr. McClane said that the gov election here on September 13 to own property here In 1938 thanit ;I c
two' weeks.The DELEGATES
tOt the past ernment's tax of fifty percent was Mr. Johns states that there Is did in 1937. l. '(' ,

local company, which for Is the the paid on around fifteen or twenty 11 A. M. : SPECIAL SERVICE CONDUCTED BY DEPARTMENT now a total of 813 registrations on A reduction of one mill In the I y f' 1 1county's '

toeaJqiiarters company thousand pounds which growers In HARRY BLACK.1 the city's books but this was reduced levy announced this '
124th Infantry Florida National CHAPLAIN was fj ,, .
this county marketed over and slightly Tuesday night when '
week the Com '
I following County ,
Guard Second Battalion and, left Bl- above the quotas allowed them by 1 P. M. : JOINT SESSION AND LUNCHEON FOR LEGION AND the council met to revise the mls loners' adoption of a permanent "f, t i ,

tox1' ii noon Saturday arrived the Agricultural Adjustment Ad LEGION AUXILIARY. books. A list of the names because/ budget for the new fiscal ,

home on clock the Seaboard Railway attn ''I ministration.The SPEECHES BY R. A. GRAY LEX GREEN WM. COMER. of death or removal from the city year beginning In October. '' .. ,. ;/,
; Sunday morning
AAA program is now being Is carried in this week's paper in the four
Major Fred A. Safay, command- contested in the courts and this 2 P. M. : SEPARATE BUSINESS SESSION WILL CONVENE. J. A. -- I principal Although funds expenses(General, Fine & f'i '
leg >fflcer of the Battalion which PRESIDING:; OF- "MENACE"TO i y1''i; i
tax will probably be returned to McARTHUR AND MRS. ED :MARTIN Forfeiture' Widows' Pension, and i ';
tnnudes the units from Starke
if the is declared lq.1L''
growers program FICERS.HISTORY Agricultural) showed an Increase 1
tacKsonville, Lake City, Live Oak, -- BUSINESSSPEAKER .
unconstitutional. --
from, 920.97S.48: In 1937 to $30,- t' .. ,
sail Sunday that his men had can'IuC1ed '
TELLS ROTARIANS 874.99 In 1038, the reduction In Ir. !
themselves with "amazing f ,
stamina under conditions as SCOUTS TO BEWARE OF CONSUMER millage was made possible by tha I'll' }k '
CO-OPERATIVES elimination of bond refunding ex. !'! ;
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nurly simulating: actual combat '
and because of funds carried
u ooHsible, and In one part of the JONES-LANGFORD-WHITE POST Terming consumer co-operatives penso y; ,
I I OF I over from tile previous year. .< t
maneuvers, had successfully com- SPEND FIRST OF WEEK "a growing menace to private business
The total state and mil-
county ,;
pleted an 11-mile forced march, AT SMITH LAKE .: _____ ," L. P. McCord, prominent I., tt '
Inge for 1938 will be 48 7/8/ as ,
lumped off" the next morning Jacksonville Insurance
CAMP Although young in years the conference, held In the Woman's I I glon Distinguished Service Medul spoke compared with 49 7/8/ last year. I r"t j
and gained Its objective In two before the Rotary Club here at Its
hours without losing a man. The The local Boy Scout Troop returned Jones-Longford-Whtte Post of the Club here on Sunday, March 8, for 1933. Wednesday luncheon. The state's part of this Is 3 5/8/ to .t.
bud In- 1931. Around 100 delegates were Bradford County's first Straw- mills- -same as last year This rl
Second Battalion was employed in ; Wednesday from a three- American Legion has an The speaker reviewed the 'fj{ \\1
present. berry Festival opened here Thurs- total Is exclusive of levies for sub : r
history t
at Smith Lake teresting, though brief '
the attacking force (the Browns) day encampment growth of co-operatives In all .'j
under the supervision of Scoutmaster which Is climaxed this week-end During Its first summer of exIstence day, April 19,1934, under the guid- school maintenance and for school 1 ji .
from the beginning to the end of parts of the country until today, .
Oa maneuvers. Francis Fussell with a conference of the second the Post was successful In ance of the J ones-La ngford-White he said 1,500,000 citizens belongto bond service in the various district r I !;f'

district at Kingsley Beach. sponsoring junior and senior baseball Post. The event attracted statewide .*. These additional levies will 1 "
The adventures of the local Assisting the scoutmaster on such organizations "I haveno
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teams. attention and drew large bring the tqlal millage In the .r
Headquarters began at the trip were two Starke ministers The Post was organized here argument with producer cooperatives \
company A new post commander, L. D. crowds to Starke during the entire Starke school district to 84 7/8/ 4 4" ,
6:30: a. m., on Sunday July 31, the Rev. L A Shepherd and I' Friday night December 12, 1930, ," Mr. McCord said, : :
Vining, was elected'Otcombina- week-end. mills. Higher still will be the' 'ii"" '
when they boarded a train for the Rev Frank Robinson. with A. J,- Thomas elected com "but I warn business men that
tion fish fry and business meet- Following a of levy In the Brooker school district
Jacksonville: From Jacksonvillethey Scouts attending the camp were ,I mander and N D. Wainwright, Jr., year comparatively i they should be on guard against i Jt
ing held at Kingsley Lake on July little activity, the the local where schol bond service requires ii, ,
moved to Lake City and thento Arch Thomas Jr., Buddy Davis, adjutant-both chosen by unani- consumer co-operatives formed for f It \
22, 1931. Post again sponsored a Strawberry 18 mills, bringing the total ,
Live Oak Tallahassee and River Sonny Haynes, J. E. Denmark, mous vote. the purpose of buying wholesale \
In October of the same year arrangements Festival here for four days, ;i I levy to 76 7/8. 'I';i t
Junction, where several more com Buck McMillan, George Flynn, Jr., I I Jones-Langford-White was selected | for members, thus putting out of
the Legion
were made for starting Apl'lIIT. 1933. Fireworks A comparison of budgets for J :
panies were picked up. Mon- Frank Robinson, Jr., Enos Hayes us the name of the Post, be- business the man who Is trying to
In the building .
to hold meetings speakers fiddling contests, etc., 1937 and 1938 shows an Increase \ ,
day morning at 5:30: o'clock the Charles Jones, Michael Dew, and combination of the familynames make the legitimate profit to
ing a ,
I, that Is ntill being used for that were the order of the day.A of from $18,412.81 to $19,32900 In "
special train pulled into Biloxi, Wiilllam Baker. Neal which he Is entitled. !
of Willie J. Jones,
pUl'poseabove the Denmark Furniture small amount of cash and ten estimated expenditures under tha :, '1.Genl.ral 1.
Mississippi, and the were White three Mr. McCord stated that such cooperatives n- (
men The Starke Rotary Club, Langford and Ray ,
I sponj Co. At the same time it gallons of gasoline per month were Fund. This Is largely accounted t. tJ
transported by truck some twenty I j: sore of the troop recently appointed Bradford: County men who lost was announced that a series of promised by the Pout. in February. are uncommon IIH yet ) for by an Item of $1,- (." \

miles to the Base Bivouac In the ed Fussell as scoutmaster. Hu their lives In action' during the boxing bouts would be held uml..rthe 1936 to assist in the work of the in this state, but warned that they 450.00 listed as expected donations: : '1' v h, "

DeSota National Forest. I was formerly a resilient of Tampa World War.Speakers direction of Carl Prevatt, of county health nurse. might spring_. _;_ _up.ut.. any_ time_ to the Wl'A and other governmental :1t}.. ".
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Monday Tuesday and moved to Starke several at the organization. Lawtey.The N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., was elect ngenclcs. I ;

were spent in straighteningup months ago where he and his wife meeting stressed the fact that the Post continued its programof ed post commiinrlor In 1934; A. J. Don Hoover Running The Fine &: Forfeiture Fund ''t' ;, '

and becoming acquainted and !I now live on Church St. primary alms of the Legion wereto service to the community by Thomas served again. in 1935; Dr. The newest candidate to an- shows an Increase of from $7,- t M; ,

preparing for the actual maneuvers i j I The new scoutmaster hnst out- foster Americanism and ren- sponsoring a Christmas tree for H. U. McLendon was elected in' nounce for the City Council Is lion 889.94 I to $8,210.40. accounted for r .;i- '! .:;,

IDr which began Thursday morn- ,'| lined a program of study and der service to the community. the underprivileged children In the 1930; and K G. Duncan, elected Hoover, who mated this week that by an Item of $1,500\ budgeted at C l t I \r

In''1, Scout activity that promises to result Forty-two ex-service men Joinedthe county on Wednesday, December In 1937 Is serving as post com he Is "In the race to win." lon salary for a highway patrolman> .It

Nearly 40,000 men took part In a large troop of interestedand organization at the first meet- 23, 1931. mander now. I says that he has always wanted. to An Increase of $113,313.00 In the :,;t'"' 4

the sham war and were divided efficient boys. Fob Rivers, of Lake Butler, was The crowning achievement of bt a member of the council and total nfwescd value of all proper )' ,, .

Into two forces, the Browns, who ing.Additional officers for the Post elected post commander at a meet- 'the Jones-Langford-Wh Post '! that he will leave no stone un- ty In the county was announced for ti : j

numbered 23,000 and of which the I I were elected at a meeting held Ing held at Kingsley Lake, sep-I will be the new Legion Hall and turned to reach his goal lie intends the new year by Tax Assessor E. '., ::1 : i' ,

Second Battalion (and the local FOUNDATIONPOURED Tuesday, January 13, 1931, as follows tember 6, 1932. community center, which project, !' to make a house-to-base W. Hay vs. Last year Mr. Hayes \ F6 f '

hi, dquarters company) was a !: L. D. Vining, let vice-com- In cooperation with the Brad Is now in the Washington, D. C., 'I canyons of Starke later In the campaign placed his values at $1,037,81300. ,m J! : ,Jj e
p rt and the Blues, who numbered High School, the of WPA ho stated. For 1938 he announced Increaseto t
mander( ; R. F. Rivers, 2nd vice- ford County headquarters awaiting ap ,
117,000. The Browns were the CLARK REPORTS PROGRESSIN commander; Gco. A. Anderson, Joncs-Langtord-Whlte Post spon- proval. The building will cost between ---- A--_-_?__ $1,121,121.00. Redemption of: M3 JI'! t

atl :king force, the Blues, the de- PREPARATIONSFOR 3rd vice-commander; W. S. Sib- sored a special Armistice Day program $0,000 and $8,000 and will Full Time Pastor delinquent tax lands was the '{ ;I <' l !

fenders. The war games lasted NEW UNIT Icy post chuplaln; G. K. Lewis, on November 11, 1932. be available\ for use not only by greatest factor contributing to thalarger + l
At the regular church confer-
8eVI'n days, from Thursday until post historian. ; W. A. Bc'ssant. Jr., Cyrus H. Slstrunk was fleeted i ho Legionnaires but also by Boy I valuation. l4 '
held In the Ralford
tl..1) following and Wed- R. F. Clark superintendent of ence Baptist '
Tuesday t-at.armll. post commander at a meeting held Scouts, and other organizations.It The Tax Assessor's figures were i a
n> -clay the forces returned to the the Light & Water Plant, has given senteun Church lust week It was! derided.
The Post felt Itself considerably here! Tuesday. Sept. 19, 1933.: will be constructed. on Blot just quoted 1 as follows: Real estate.IIDO,100.00 ,
Ba'; Bivouac I'I the following report on the honored being so young, when I In February, 1934 CongressmanR. west of the Christian Church on that a full-time pastor will be employed $ !) ; personal property ? rti iq

During the seven days of fight- progress being made in preparingfor it played host at Its first district A. Green wag awarded th<; Le- Call: St. beginning September 18. It $170,145.00; railroad property h' t
ns the boys marched at night In I It the Installation of the new was announced that the church Is $260,881.00, This entire amount;

!.' iiin and mud, the weather' unit here I now out of debt except for a few +
as I : Is taxable for bond service, but; t
hays Lunch Room Four .'loreJays .dollars which will be before
paid -
waf bad the entire COTTONTO up
during camping The old 100-horsepower engine from the real estate valuation, :,
period, sleeping on the ground,' has been dismantled and was shipped Mrs Maude Mutt, of Lake Butler I Candidates who wl h to qualify the present Astmclatlonal $2IJOfjO.OO Is free of ad valorum VJ

bathing In creeks ponds and last week to Richmond. Va. GIN SOON recently purchased the lunch for the city election September 13 1 year closed! .September. 25. taxes because of homestead exemption *
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room-filling station known as Kit- have only four more days in which *
streams and eating
regular army J. R. Berrier .
It was purchased by ACREAGE THIS YEAR LESS H.\iTisT <'In'ItC'1I
fare accord- ty's Place" on Temple Ave She I to do so. City Clerk Carl Johns I l s
which was mostly ( who will use It In his Ice-cream THAN HALF THATIN The Rev. L. A. Shepherd!, pastor A comparison of mlllage set for "
''OK to the boys) cheese, jam and manufacturing plant. 1937 has renamed it "Maude's Lunch says the deadline for qualifying is of the Baptist Church, announce the various county funds in 1937 ,;

tarn sandwiches. Most fighting The old foundation at the plant Room. Tuesday, August 23. the following subjects for Sunday, and 1938 Is shown in the following 1 'i

took place early In the morning, was broken up and a new founda- Bradford County's cooperative August 21: Morning Worship at table! : .8 '"'

and the war games were duplicates tion poured in the same place to cotton gin will probably go Into I AFTER A SLAP A HANDSHAKE 11 A M., "A Religion That Fund 1937 1934 4

of actual war with "blanks" accomodate the heavier engine. action around the first of September -' Laughs' ; Evening Worship at 8 General __ _____ .__ 8 7 { t

ub tituted for real cartridges. The new foundation was completed County Agent T. K. McClane' F' M. "Youth at the Cross Roads." Fine & Forfeiture ____ 2'i'\ 2'i,

Airplanes, machine guns, tanks, Wednesday night and will have to said yesterday. He predicts that Nit' j. The evening service will feature Widows' Pension _____ /4 Vi; !j' M

artillery. Infantry, cavalry and all stand for two weeks In order to enough cotton will have been pick- several! brief discussions by young Agricultural __________ %. 'i' ;

war weapons were called Into action harden sufficiently.The ed by that time to warrant opera- ar n{ Ir4' people who attended the Baptist General School ________10 10 4 *

During the battles officers new unit Is expected to ar- tion. It has not been announcedyet ? Assembly In DeLand during the' Bond Int. & Sinking..13 15 'If

ana men from both aides were captured rive Saturday, but a month's time who will manage the gin this .''J't' 1 last two weeks. Those taking partIn Road Bridge & Main..10 10 iiIV

and "killed." The local comPany before It 1 -- -- j
will probably be required year. gN k the service will be the Misses

lost only one man, Dick Is ready for service. Pickings will begin In earnest ". Jennelle Hutch Ings, Doris Hllcox, Total ______.46'4 43 U: : 9

Crlffts. He was on an observation within another week on Bradford's ,r. a.w !r ;> Fanny Silcox, Ruby Silcox, and --- --*

mission near enemy lines 425 acres-less than half of the I Juanita Barefoot. SCHOOL HOUSE }

when he and a companion were PRE-SCHOOL acreage planted last season. Boll Continuing the procedure adopted

surrounded by enemies and taken. CLINICTO weevil damage has been lesHened last Sunday the B. Y. P. U.'s BURNS

The men returned to Base Blv- during the past week becaive; of will assemble at 7:15: P. M for GRAHAM BUILfING" I'' )

nuac Wednesday for a day of rest BE HELD AT CLUB the exceptionally hot weather, Mr. Devotional and Program Meetings, DESTROYED WEDNESDAY I

and Thursday morning the commanding HOUSE NEXT McClane said. and at 8 P. M. will meet for the NIGHT I I rut

officer. Major Safay MONDAYA -4> General Training Union Assembly,

called a meeting of all commission- 3 Register In County which now coincides with the be- The Graham schoolhouse burned
ed will the around 12 o'clock %iif
< and non-commissioned officers pre-school health clinic N. ginnings of the Church Service. to ground
and Woman's Club Monday Supervisor of Registration Wednesday night It was a two-
made. .
review of action was be held at the --- -- --- --
It was found that the objective beginning at 10 a. m., accord- D. Wainwright, Sr., said yesterdaythat MKTIIODIST: CIH'KC II story building approximately
*M obtained and I announcement by Mrs. only three persona have regis- The young adults will have 33x4O. t
completed. to an l
There were several smart bu.lI Clennle Hickok, Bradford Coun- tered on the county books since Inf I i charge of the Mid-Week Prayer The structure was Insured with ,;,, '. ,i
ness\ men In the Ibcal and other health nurse. they were opened In his office :' Service at the Methodist Church the H C. Wall Agency for $500 '
ty He 1
cnipijiies. Base from from six months to the court house two weks ago. next Wednesday night. These but Supt. A. J. Griffis said yester- J",1 t i '
When sent to Children will con| Ga.A scant few.minutes. after he had administered '
the scene of action for various duties six years will be given toxold for predicts that registration BARNESVILLE, "The services are very varied and are day that It could not be duplicated ;
of lack Walter F George by
tlnue to be light because j verbal slap to' Senator
of and smallpox vaccinations a creating great Interest among for less than 1000.
Coca they cola would and beer purchase which cases they re- diphtheria and children entering the of Interest in the General Election I' Senior Senator from this state (Georgia) cannot be classified as a the Church members. A good The fire la being investigated by ;t 4,

aoid to companions for fifteen and Starke school this year will also as compared to the Primary Elec- I liberal," President Roosevelt is ahown enthusiastically shaking Sena- number turn out every Wednesday the Sheriff's! office working on the I

wenty-five' cents bottle and be examined. tion. tor George's hand at Barnesvlllc Ga., where the chief executive urged night for the meeting. The regular theory It was of Incendiary origin.

can respectively making per a handSome At least one parent of each child -----.------ Georgians to vote for Lawrence Camp, Senator George's opponent In services will be held Sunday ---.... -- --

profit should accompany him to the clinic A large elephant consumes 800 118,I the race for the Senate. "I accept the challenge," the Senator told the with Mr. F. H. Long at the new WakulU Springs has a flow of "
The last Thursday afternoon Ic which Is being sponsored by the I pounds of green fodder I President. In center Col. Edwin Watson, President's Aid. pipe organ. l 8OOO gallons\ per minute.
of Health hours. ,1 jW
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I "F TAX / I tlufollowlnir olf-cifonH In th<. State of Florida. of Section T',., -
:NO HM OK i M \! !; 'I.OllDA'h, ]
OLD AGE HONORS I (-KHTIKM'TKJI: "".ndm"11 i.. 1II.n, I 7 nf ArticleX IN TE8TIMONV WHEKHOP: Townnhln si\I ,

1 NOTICE( Id liKHJSHV UIVEN that ,, t ''' of the Stll' I Imvc hereunto I..t my Tw.nty-m. i iK I' .
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OUR BOYS OVER HERE AND hanlnnd, affixed ((3rent
of Florida ,1,1,5 I thiMr I to tho "'""tn| I I: i K I ,
i. t II Starling h... flli-d with mowritten
of honie>HtcadN f"O'1 Ilxalon. be. (II .\I.) 1""I.f tile State of Flor
"roquet, that thu lax cerllfUntt and the numi In ,.* ,. ,' to. i:: TaiIahutsr'e the 8.R-8t-8-I9 -
OVER THERE I together with all subsequentor mid nhall he submitted to the elec- PIt: thin the 30th\ day

.nIII",1 levied, taxei held by the 'lorH, of the Stale nt I the .. 1938. 'O'T'U'''-: -_
/ State b. Advertled end mild to the Klectlon nf UvpreHenttttlveH In IU31. H. A. ortAV, T. T. !l"rank ir",,lj.;1:, t c,.,

hlghf bidder for canh as provided for apprnvRl 1 or rejection ; Secretary of State Starke' Flu., h)' \ i, i I",,,
I ">; i"hHptor 1S2; (U of the 1937 act I to NaY, thiit the* cut hI Hnctlim I 7 ofArtUle Itv Vested| In ,. r
taken I
(The following Items were I be glad to plant his feet on Florida 8-1-1t-II-4. flu i i i ,
II' I )f i 1111 I l.ftflHlnture. upon the following X of the (['oll"llullon( >sue ('nl an elect iou i ,
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from Issues of the Telegraph durIng sand once more. df-crlbed "real estate' III theI H mended. HO UK to tnll'w..: !\()'rl14 nf Nll.H OK TAX hall i In 5 Hi.u u I
_______ I '"i>imt> .if Bradford male' of Flor- I Kvery, person who hat CIOMTIFICATKNNOT1CR the riuallf led VM, .

-; 1918 and 1919)) Sergeant John Morgan Darby i its, to-wll: : tll. or benoftc'lnl. I title In equity to IS HICHl-JIIV fllVRN that Sempember I 13.: )i', i:\ v
f J. >th 10 & 119! In Wnodlnwn Sec. I I In thin and who of
- one of Starke's best known and I property Ilal" (leorice Keen haS filed with in. poe ele-utlitK I IM|" t
HO Tp 5 H. It. 22 E. 20) Acre, reHlden I h..r."n, nll .",, faith written that the tax certificate cern:
_ Gus B"asley, recently musteredout most popular young men reached Th(' tax,.. to be Mold are evidenced, Snakes the name hit or her permanent toKether'IU..I with all ulne- One maycir

J _ home Tuenday after serving uyeitinciUe No. IfiO of 1928 und home, or the permanent home quent omitted or levied taxes heM Three Aldci",-n
) of the student army training fourteen months in the aviation I represent the unpaid taxes, : for the of another or ot.er. legally or naturally by I the State' be advertised and .olilto One I.rlc. Tn-.i-, >
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mrr< 1U2T tu 1931 both Inclusive .. BiiUI sotanul
corps at Atlanta has gone to Auburn / pernon.Hhall I the hllh..al bldl.r for cacti as lax c'tlli-t' u i. i "
corps. He was In the mechanical amounting to 933.54. be entitled to an exemption provided 1H2A! of the One Marshall

Ala., where he will matriculate branch of the aviation service and I.Hr: Lots 2t 3* 45, 52 63, HO, from all taxation, except for tiMaefliinuMitH 11)37: ii'-tB of the Legislature, uponIh8 Innpector of s.n.i' ,
!, l at the university. 50 l In Woo.ilawn. Sec.: 10 Tp. for Hpuflal i benefltH, up to t followlnir clexrrlbfd real emuteIn Scott, A. II. John' j, I
syI brings home with him a certificateof S. U. 22 B.: containing; 80 BHH"nHtd valuation of "'Iv. Thou.anti .. the County nf Bradford State of In teMtlmony. lu. I ,'
I.J. Hon. A. V. Long received a letter I Acre, lesS. Do II u I'M on the said home and HiibHcrlbH I 1
. )f ________ proficiency that ranks him highIn more or I I. lor hi., to-wlt: my uuin u" < ( >
Tht taxeS to be mild evidencedby contlfruotiN real "M defined Heal of the .: ;
few from Lieut. 11. are I.rf".rly. \ HWVLof NI3V. Kx. N 6 A., ald i v\ii.,
:DIe _ a days asu this .department of army ser Ipvir ertlflcate No. 14!I' of 1928 and In Article 10. Section I. of the \if of SRIS of NW ', Kx. I* affixed this ''h,- Itli "t., .5
k __ C. Richard He is still in the hospital vice. ..present I the unpaid tnxeH for the CmiNtltutIon, for th. year; 1DIU: and : ; .C. 10 Tlu.| 6 S. U. 21 B.. A. P i 1 38., .;\

but Is recovering from the ...r, 1927 to HOI: both liu-lUHlve I h.r..lf..r. Raid title may be held .. more or le**. (OI'FICIA I. Sl0\I I .
Friends of Lieut. W. M Wainwright iinmtinting, to $116.17.1 I ret ice, j"IJty. or In com The taxes to he. Hold evidencedby '1'. Hi, r. I ,
-e! gas Injury he received In the but ALSO SW'4 of :S\VH! Sec 3 Tp. thou with othei'M, exemption certificate No. 304 19.H:| and AI..at : ,

tie of Chateau Thierry. will be pleased to know o I 'a" It I! 22 13.: i-mitalnliiK, 40 may lie RI'IHrtonAe anl"A reprtment the unpaid taxes for the iL JOINI.
_________ that he has been promoted to a'' AcresTht Much of the I r..ld. year 11132 to 1IKI8 boIl Inclunlve, (' .

________ Carl Wooten has returned to first tease to he mild ore evidenced thereon, an their r"HI..clv. Inter- luiKinnl, IIIR- to JKI.H.'t.: !' 8B5t8.
after having' lieutenancy. I by i-ertlflcate NOB.. 1(12( and 893 of eels shall .appear Iu"h ex- ALSO: 1 A In NK Cor of A I '
his In
home :
Luwtey em1 Ion of more than Klvtt ThouM- Acre Tract of owned, \OTICKI'I'F
1M28 and and hy
1833 *
Mrs. S. S. DowlltiK had a represent lane H \ rs
/ as |
I and DollarH' shall he allowed to OV
received an honorable discharge the unpaid taxes for the puny l' loodwlne. of NKVi of I'-ou Ttx i : :

ij ijI. & .,! F.___________ from the U. S. Army. week-end guest of her brother Lt. yearn 11)27 to 1II3S Inclusive, 0110 pertion or any one dwelllnir HWI, Iylnj N of NI Mack trf>tSec. (Oeiintp Illll II'I. ,
H. H. Stroman. While In France he [I I amounting. ,; to S94.18. hotiHe, nor nhnll the amount of thuexemption ., 6 8. K. 22 K., 1 Acre, NOTICH IS IIKHri'.V) "r:
? N. D. Wainwright, Jr., of Camp AUSO; 'Hike I 14. 15, 18, ullowed any person cxeceut more or loan O. C. Conner huld, i i t
was awarded a CrosH of Honor for 17 Hub-IMv. Ji, tiN"I of N'.V4.4 the proportionate! aHHeniied valuation The taxe to he Hold are evidenced Icate. Numb>"ri-il. i ,;j
J Johnson spent Sunday and Monday baned on the Inl..1 ownedby by Certificate NOH. 407 and HI)3) of iHHlieil Sept..i'" )
Sue 30
t valor in saving the lives of several 'it|> 7 S. It. 22 I'J. con- .
I in Starke with his parents taming 14 Acres more, or Ie..". .1..h PPI''O'. .. I LegisIuuiurt.luluty I 19.10 and; 19JJ roBpectIvely.: and represent AiiKunt 7, 1 1.1: ..ui'ijVUKUHt ,.'' '4
of his comrades. I I Th :: r appropriate und reaiionable the taxes for the 7, 1 : :. I li, 'd
taxoH to bo noli) are evidencedby Unl"le
I Mr. and Mrs. N. D. WnlnwrlKht. lawn regulating the' mannerof my office and I
1929 ) h.i--
yearn t both Inclusive, i t
"i-Ufli'iilo No. 071 and 4'J4 of 113H.
Ofth _
Mrs. Arthur Williams received ,
_ | the right to Bald unionntlnw,I I to for tax deed, t t. l I. ..n
f' Mr.\ and Mrs. A. H. Green have !19:42!>: .ind, 11134, reflectively. and rep-' .Inl..hlnl $78.8. i
heard from their a message from her husband tellIng -- -_. .f.,. ,in I,' the unpnlil tuxpH tar the .xenpton. AI."C: lleifln ft H Cur of HE' Hulil rertiricnti--' I i. ;1
I ipcently son 1 & Run 4T.O) ft brai'eN the fount,,
8 for \
L u i iert _
of his arrival in New York vi'iirs' |11131! I to 1113$. both IoII'III"lve.unounllnM' 11
nJLe who Is In France with the of Tholicx W 1117 I ft. Irt i ,C v
loyd. MONTERY Tenn. "Uncle Fed' to $59.42. A JOINT nl ! with the 27th Division. lie saw an Amendment to Section I.rol..llli fi70 ., I K: i 1117 t ft., to Sec., ., State"Cn"'I 'i'l'I'i -
Al.so.: All Lots C, H 7, H or
itnprlcun Force. ,
& Expeditionary Poore boustlng an age of 102 is uric 3 of the ronMltiitlon of thef4tutte Thence N 570 ft., to. heir.. "" ( N",
two months' active service on the Km 'I 8n! :S! of 1 Hy. S'c. :3D Tp.K "rtll..lp ,
lie letter states that he Is well one of the oldest persons in s U. 21 a:., rantalnlnK; 222 nf .'I..II'L' Kelatltiff to the Tp N H. It. 2 K. 15 Acre, more It .."" c'> W

U < ad enjoying the sights of that iront before the Armistice was I At TH*, more or lend.Th PUI"ltlOI SolI.. of Inl."lon S or le8. rcn..r of WS ,"i,i N \ ,
He has Ten-I Thn) taxes to lie noli] evldencndby !
_ nessee seven living I I are Hun KaHt: I KID( K. > .
signed. > tuxeH I."H'
< t 0 be Hold are e V iti .tit'lI "pp"II
f I imous ountry., I dren. ranging. : in ace from I li\ ,-tldi-lito NMH lf,2( and 427 nf .ImJK!': n HVm'IY THIS IKOisi ( ._ Certificate.... ...No.,.; .1829_ ___of .1933.. and.,._ W..t.. -.>555)-) .f.--t,. \.- ;
Sgt. O. J. Anders reached home .ATlUll I t *:L 1> STATIC/ "hnr.. .. "'Avn "irj OCi' "" T
t I S
I ., UI'rt.sIt .
I Hi.'M:! I and I 19:13: re"I''I.if."ly.I nil .
' l ",, Letters from Corporal Charlie J. 70 Uncle Fed has never riddenon a represent I iA : That 11' follow)UKnniendment y"'L.' 111.12 I.. 19H.: both Inclusive, Kaniite KUHI, "
last after service of the unpnld taxes for they.'Hl'H I"
.Powell have been received here Sunday a train He has to Section of amoiinilnir to more" or less.Certificate. .
a or an airplane. $0.38.
I Iii0! : to IMS.) both i InelUHlve Artcl.
A I.! months. A lit- :.1 i of
twenty the .
pretty of the U..ln.
'I'i'. that he 1 is at Alsey-sur- very 35 61 nmnnntlnff" to $354.56. CO""lllol HW of Ni. i
', I i tating grandchildren great grand- of Florida the % & run S 450 ft. of I
at WH
tle incident indicative. of the ALSO' N' of of a"p".I..cl KenTal NWVi nf si-. 1
sentiments : Prac'l
;, (,
for I't. of Thence H 670
\ tieine He there Is mud mud elertlon In
says children nnd six great great grand : Her. 1P2R be. and the Allne I H..M. 10 Acre tiold 'Ii u : I II
Nl'4 I Tp. 7 S. U. 81 R,
ft K 903 ft Public
of all the fine fellows JH
who hereby sugreeci to and 3 .,
1iJ.n" : t beHiibmttted Township 0 Si.inh, '
every where and that he will sure children. Uncle Fed has farmed all contalnlnir 29 Acres, more or for ratification ahRI thence, N\V up said road to n. lit. : I I. ",.
. are comlnir back_ after_ their_ __ aplfsacriflclng i eontl\lnlnl 10 JUt" ,,
IPHM. rule H of q I','., e'., Line, thence
u un n ---- his life his father before him wasa by the qualified electors of the f. S. No
I ; ton i -
The taxed to tin told are evidencedbv W ft to Hen. 24 Tp. > .
service of lOad
occurred in .
voting the Jpg. Half
at of
p4 I farmer; now all of Uncle Fed's certificate. NOK. 153 und. nil of oral .. ." 'lorll'L h. held in Novem K..n- S. It. 2 K.. ,' ..*, more or SoutheuHt N..rll', I.. ,i
11 connection with Sgt. Anders' ar 1K31 and 1933 restectlveiy' and rep- her A. I P. IfUM 1PHH.The. l I. QIII'lt" ,
boys are farmers. ; that IH to nay that e** Hoad ., !L' !'I
BUSINESS rival. He came In on the limited reHeitt the unpaid taxes. fur the Section 2 of Article 3 of the Constitution taxes to he gold ..r.evidenced Kanve 22 Hunt, rmilni' i th
years 1A30 to 1U3S, both Inclusive the State of Florida by ('I'lfl..ale No. 10.Id: of 1933 and more or lung. 'I
train and
was moving: toward to .hli taxeS for the
be amended ..
I no BH to read its ; r"l.r.H"nt The aHe ment nf t tli,
home at a lively pace. When he BROOKERMiss ALSO: N'ii' of N'.. of NWM Sec. H..lon 21. In all cases enumer. : years to 138. both Inclusive, ty under Cernfl.wa u. I VI.
1R DIRECTORY 6 Tp. 7 S. It. 22 i'i. rontulninir the amounting to $: ). In Hfle "I
reached the Intersection of Call Vera Galney Correspondent 44vres, more or IPHH.The law,. shall be pr..clnl H."ton. ali A1X0: El* of of Jr.: the aHeHment nl\l. nf.t t i 'i I r

and Walnut streets an acquaintance taxes to he Hold are evidencedby form operation, throughout the Heo. 10 Tp. 6 :WJ K..W3' arty under mild t'u.t-! Ir"1" .p.

the to certificate Nos. 405 and 1389! of State, but In all canea not enumerated A..r..H. more or was III the name <,f I r I..,
across called
way him. P.-T.-A. Officer Elected 1931\ and 1033 respectIvely and represent or excepted' In that hy'1' taxe to he .a evidenced i the HMHeHment of I thunder indIX

: Without slackening his pace he On Monday afternoon, Aug. 15, the unpaid taxes for the the r.etftelature may puna Secton. certificate No. 879 of 1D.HO and certificate,. i'c "
tto I I 19:10:! to 19ix: both inclusive loi'ftl lawn. repreRent. unpaid taxes for theY..ILrH of he
) called buck "See later. yenrx except a* now or hereafter name lieu-i" hn
ttI The drink you I'm a very pleasant meeting of the nmoiintlntr to $78.31. otherwise provided In the Con- 11129 to 111.11.) both Inclusive, liuuless nald .i'.Mill. I f 'I i iredeemed
4 I1I ) going home now!" Brooker P.-T.A. took place In the Ha III tux rertlrh-ate together with Htitutlnn; FltOVIDKl) that no localor amounting to $(;1 04. according I
I ALSO I : Lots 23, 24, 25, 28, 27, 28 p.
that .all Hulmeinient; omitted or Levied Hpeclnl I 1 bill nhall bo punned, nor .rlle deHcrlbed i ,, i
After eleven months services in school auditorium. The presidentof tnxet will be Hold tn the hlKhentbidder nhrtll any local or ..,.echll law ettnb- In, C. .1. WeekH 1 f'tstb-Itv.1 of SW'iof to the. lilKli"-: )I., ,! i '.'d

the Army, eight of which were the organization, Mrs. Fred Ha- nt I the S'oIl i-t holuee door In I I full I Inn: or n hol..hlnM"I mitniclitalltleH i- SKV: Hoc. 19 Tp. 7 :S.! II. 22 I K.. holme dnor Oi, t,0 I, ithe In
The tiixt'K tn be Hold
everybodyknows the 2flth.. AuiriiHt I or their are evidenced i Month on day
r r't'rn- I'
spent overseas W. A. Besaunt Jr., zen, called the meeting\ to order. "tllrll. I 1. I I98N at I 11:011 I : o'clock. A. M.l.i ment "ro\'lllnl and power. or alterliiHT .hy cert 11'h-ir \n., J 116.: ..f 33:3! :: anuilepreu. ix tin 5th.,
Ie arrived home Saturday and received After the usual order of business, l 1.I'e .his I t Ihe nth day of Au- or all."dln. minie bepiiHHed. IIKI2: U'liinUI to 1 :< tnxo both Inclusive for 5 thfyialx liin"Paliul
: of l.aH. I ihlx lIlt .
a warm welcome from his the chairmen of the committees lu.l.' IlaN.! SRAI.) ro apply, .. nolc. Intenlol Ilno.nl11 to $17.11 I I, A. D. t938.O..I.'ILIAJA. .1

: by law where Tp.| .
the matter J. THO.MA
Clerk' of ( 'In 1, nil Coin't of or
5 for several of thlnr 22
told K
days. icy playground equipment to bo Hit 1.. clerk of 'I"
may t
a .d ford Cmmty, Klorlda. I. which 1 rr..t..cl .. .< The taxes be are evidenced
be liradford
Green und Miss Elston reported the replenishing $-12-8t.l4.20. publiHhtd Bole i
Floyd returned to his the manner provided liy certified' Nn. : of 19:11: A--5t-9-3.
by law at leant RIc
tea home here Saturday after having of the first aid kit. I thirty day prior to Introduction represent unpaid tax.*
orii>i.ic \Tinv years 1112:1:. to 111.11:! both fnclualve, -
Into the
COCA-COLA nOT. CO. received his discharge from the The P.-T.-A. voted to buy more 'O"'U'1)II 'rIIKKK: The L"aIHlatlr.. of any mich amounting to $138.0.1.AI80 NO'rIl0F' Tti ippi.irvriovKnit
mich notice iiiSeiinle : : >
service Mr. Green has had many plates and spoons for the cafe- <. .... Hill S.,. llltNOTICK : > bil. been published ev"l.n" shall be entablinhed : Lois 12of Elk 27. TlvInifMton ( Illll '.0 :

WE AIm 1 IS HKKKHV: IIV\N. That In the I."orl.lalure before such Truby & (o'a Add., to 1 UKUiOliv :1;: hll
,' months service abroad serving in .terla. ('. Htarke. In of NfTltl; :
V. & A NKVi 28
14 IIKI""hht bill shall be panned and nuch evi rf. "ec. J. lee, luildi, i .if 'i ',r.tificate .
PRESCRIPTIONL'XI'EITS the quartermaster's corps. A committee was appointed to holder 'I\X Certificate No. 275, dence shall be filed or preserved Tp. 6 K. r' ., No. 970 l D. / :lip
I "I.I.Ih., .. _3rd day of August, A..D. with the bill In th* nrt\n\ **r th. The taxes Hold are evidenced of A. 1). 111 1..1..1':?; II. ,
Lieut. A. J. Thomas arrived here act as a hospital group or visiting 11131: ban filed name In my oflc"and Secretary of State In ." manner by c..rtlfl..al. 426 of 1932 and in .UII"I. and htouIu" ,

Saturday and i Is at the home of unit for a time. Mrs. Baird and hart made appll"alol for an the Legislature Ahll cj-provide, year r.pr..nt unpaid taxes to $19 44.for the ion for a tax detd ",. Ii .plc..d
CARPENTER'SThe deed to he SaId certificate and the fact that notice 1131. Inunllnl
his father, Jesse Thomas. Lieut. Mrs. Norman will serve on this. embraces the d..- HtabliRhed In the was A : Blk 27, LlvInr.tonk Ih..r.Dn. Said certifl. r.
Legislature the
folowln" following deacrlb ,1 I In
; u
I Rexall Store Thomas has spent the past yearIn Officers were elected for the ensuing scythed Bradford property State of In Florida Ih. to-wlt of: Journal In of cave. the be Senate recited and upon of"hal the 6"klrh.Truby" Co'of NK Addition>4 Sec. .the County of Bradf' m 1 tt' t if

France and his relatives and year as follows: Mrs. B. F. West Half of Southwettt Quarter Rouse of Representative; PROVJDKD 28 Tp. 23 B., Florida to-wit.
The taxes to he Hold evidenced South Hnlf of Souittu l .m' gu.iter
d h Complete Line of friends are happy to see him Hazen, president; Mrs. T. W. tlon of 11 Township Southeast A Quarter Mouth, liurma Hec- such( however) law shall no be publication required of hereuuider any- by certificate No. 481 of 1930 and of Northeast Quar 1.! .

again. Markey, vice-president Mrs. L. B. 22 East, containing 20 Acres, when such law represent unpaid taxes for the tlon 1 Townnhlp 8 i c mh
4 GARDEN SEEDS ; eonlaln. a
1929 Range 22
orvienn. I provision to the efect .. y..r to 19.11 both Inclusive Kant, containing !J
,, Also Aubrey Moore arrived In Starke Crosby secretary; Mrs. Laurence The more aniienBment of the said shall not operative the name.f- amounting to$55.08.ALHO Acre, more or less

.cI ff/... 4 r.or.or.on" 0_ ",.nnI.wr .pnnc. Wednesday after an absence of Wiggins. treasurer. .,'Sv under the MHld ,' ", proP-I fective b.com.I fled or a onro or ved :..l-ot a_ I IL :.6,_! Of 1.kJ'". The affesment of the .aid. prop
iIII;'. r r..r..Ui:) 0.:: r LAL A I LIL..r..Ui:) -- I Btied wan In the name of PaechalBroi. at a referendum election to be rail f. m. iiiin "tiuiiinn 10 niarKo .ny unaer tne an I > '.tiricatc )I'.u..d
- months with the army overseas.Mr. In the vote for the attendance ed and held In the territory affected .See., 28 Tp. 8 H. R. 22 13., was In the name of Unknown.!

SISTRUNK'SON Moore has been with the .. In accordance with The tui'es to he Hold are evidenced Coleus* laid >hal' H
banner be n
army Mr. McGauley's room won. nlenH said certificate .h..1 therefor provlnlon by "..rUfleal. No. 335 of 1931, and redeemed c..rltl.a.law IM
of occupation In Germany for several A number of parents paid their r..d".m." according; to the. provided contained by general In law.uch bill, or represent unpaid. taxes for theyear. property described th..r.lr I M
therein viI
I months, until he was sent to membership dues thus adding to .property..10 to d..Ncrlh.o" bidder wi 1.. "". *00.1930 to 191. ..mounllnl to sold to the highest lililili-' I IM

the hospital at France for ,' house door on the fIrst Monday A court houe door on I cli- fl Ion-
Brest the treasury.Mr. I JOINT KKSOLamotf PropoHlnff Said tax certificates together with day In the mIter rj
medical treatment He la fully In the month of S..pt.mb"r. I an Am"dm.nt to Section 2 of Ar- all Hulmequent omitted or T evledtave 1938 monlh.r if
now which I I. the 5th da> Stp-
1938: which IB the 6th day of September. title
McGauley explained the play of the ronntitullon of Flor wi be Hold to the highest
U ALL YOUR FURNITURE restored to health. program of the school. 19.18. ida. H.IRlnl to Taxation and Fl- bidder It the ConrthoiiHe, door In I tember Dated\ 1938.this Slut dnt 931
Dated this 10th day of August, Therein a Keqnlre Starke on the 19th.! day of Ainrimt
i: Save Money At George A. Anderson and Will The hospitality committee serv- 19.18 1 ment Addlnl LegrlHlature Shall ,<' 1938 at I I1IO I : "',' ,,k A. M.I (.OFFICIAL, S JAI.J

Strlngfellow who( recently arrived (OKKfC-IAt SKAT. Prnv"l. for KalKlnnHevenue to I, Dated this the 30th., day of July, A. J. THOMAS
.j :1. ed delicious iced lemonade and A. J. THOMAS. Pefrny State Aplurnlriations Made, 19.18.OFKICIAI.. Clerk of Clr. "
j DENMARKFURNITURE from England got their discharges salted crackers. I Clerk of Circuit Court of for the H.n.fl of the Uniform Syn- ( SHALl Bradford Coin' ,V I.

I in time to reach home on I Bradford County Florida. ter of Free Schools and of A. J. THOMAS. 7-3-51-8-1
CO. Miss Mary McGauley contributed 8124192.M Ih. State InstItutions of Higher Clerk of Circuit Court of
Christmas Eve. These young men earnliifr aM a Part of the expenses Hradford County FlorIda NOTK'H OF ,.Al'I'I.K 'TIO\ FOB
t: : had been In service seventeen to the enjoyment of the afternoon TI M: OK AI'IM.ICVI-IOV of the State and on on Kiiuality 8-5-3t-8-19 TAX .Kill:

I FISIIINf: by giving u clever reading. roll '|' 8 \ DKKIIVeniitr Therewith. Menate i,,. 1CII

; f months having volunteered shortly The ( Hill '0. 111:1XOT1CM : ) Ha IT IlKSOT-VRn: HY THR L.ROlSLATlrHIO > THH OIM \XTKIfS: \l.r.l NOTTC.1 J>JFlll' 1 I" 'h3
.4i TACKLE next will be held
.; I meeting I,. l ''
; after the declaration of war. l Is 11 lnfY.I\.t.S.: : ThatMrx. OF TIIH: WrATH STATI-I: (IP F'l.Oltl 1)4t'tCN'TY 1owel. .1 'I'
; -1 ..: _A4-jfi1: All Sizes Rifle Monday, Septemuer :J. Beulah Tax ,I'I.O'H)' 5 1Thil: I he follow InK OF (ii- nii.\i>Fonn: Icate Untied ,il 1August. I
Sgt. Cyrus Siatrunk is spend- S'",'Ifh'nh'H Numbered renpertlve- amendment Section 3 of ArtIcle Notice I h. hereby gIven that under A. I>. 1113H. "IM, am-
II. A Cartridges ing the holidays In Starke with his The Brooker school cafeteria is ly. laO. : and 1312 limned All- I IX of the of and, by virtue of that certain Final In my office and hntn' ni S>ua,]

going splendidly, tHanks to good gust 1 1933:. ban !1..I"m",11 myoffice .MI""n......H 'n.. "ol..llul'l. OL nuance'I"rl.l.lie T oree of Koreclowiire n..t. jiflv tlon for a tux de. il "."l!
j BRADFORDHARDWARE parents. He likes the Army and and juan Il\le Sppll'lulon ror and t She name hereby n.. iinreerl to I 29th, A. OL 1938, Hy 1.o"-bl-; A. I thereon. Said certifl : "

: may yet decide to remain in the cooperation from all concerned. tax tl,>ed to, be .. ..\ thereon SaId ami Hhall. be submitted. to the qual Z. Ad k isia. .." of t ,. ..Tudl.I,1I I the following dencrlb. If) 'I'
j CO. service. <'ertlrlscrespecttveI' elntr100Hthe ified Clptoiof the State of KlorMJI circuit In and for Iirndford, County, the County of Brndf"i'i, '., ol
We fol..wlnl dencrlbed 1 prop ice for ratification or rejection at I J'lorldi. In 5 that certain csiuue FlorIda,

i _ _ _ Herbert Ritch has received his are sorry to report that one I In, Ih. .lnly, of Bradford, State of the next onMIIIn general election the City of Rtarke. a Municipal Sotil hi.wesut to-wi. ,li '
it of our school girls Virgie Stokes, Florida. t t .t .. HUY THE nEST discharge from the military school had to the misfortune to her Certlflcale: : ; No. 1340, embrace I IN to ny that Section: 2 of Artll: ,, liohert McWaln. ''''Ih. U.Waln. hi* .Ht Quarter cornet ICx > !P'< <

.. at Sutherland and Is now at homeIn get NK'-! of N I';'/, platted an Lithe IX "f 5 the i '"I"U"to"t of Florida hn wife joined by Hol..rl, McWaln, her :orth-w..t ,
**,,, :. WHEN I leg broken on the playground KhiRMley )MelKhtM No. 1 with the anil, I UK* al"O hereby auiHiidvil MM husband and n.xl : and Kmlly: I South-went > 'ii'<, I
Hal ford with friends.Ralford an i t.. "' I.. Arne. Surviving, Tnwnnhlp 7 Soul
: a and
} ( fj' following I exceptIOMM I to-wlt I : Lot t"low.: wilow 101.
Thursday morning. At the I Kat: containing. .:
YOU HUY pres- heIr' tn the : .
I. .
0, 7 of Illk 3 & I5x Lots 8, 0 of I nil I It "Section 2. I-.PKlntjittiro 1..111. .,
'h. shall
Epperson and Chas. ent time she is fit u i etiHeil; and I Diirn 1 I or lev*.
I IPeterson's reported to be :3 & ex l.otM 17, IS. 19. 20 of Silk pr"vlde for rn revenue to tJe- 1..ln..r"dt. are p
lAinI RHHenient
MII4K Beasley have lately been transferred resting very well at her home. f tp.tlol 311 Townnhlp A Hruith., f"H t extiMi' <'' t the StAte, In- d.t.nclllltH.. I soc At ci'.the In..I..II.'I.I I I cnHh..pe.1 tothe "'rs 1he under I lh> nld. "'

1 ; 1T Dairy from the Great Lakes training Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes had Han. or _leBM.Certlfh'Hte KiiBt.. containing. 40 Acres, dl'llnM"u...: .;,: Htuttf.i', .i.iuruiorin, "..1'I.ro"Inlhll.." Myntem J'I. tho or_ I highest wil "A"I hled..r at the Ira the flauntof F' l I r. '"
to the U. S. Naval I free front dnrir of the In UnleM said certifl''
l camp Op- No. 1341. embrare I'l hill Hchuolrt provided I hou.e
as their guests last week her II nccofdaiU'H stnrkt', lirmlford' deemed >
parents ; County 1"Florida v.
F. UNDER EXPERT crating Rime Hampton Roads, Va. r.ot 17. 18 of Hlk A. r. IIngeleyheights (". wih1'1<" XI I I t the "n Monday the 6th tIny nf Hept.her .. "rty oc'.rrlll M '.,
HANDS Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bethea No. I I. In. NN', N":' Sec. ..! nn. ,. Tn- A. H. : "c..rlh..r "
jl Friends of Private Charles it.Cooper. Hth I tttlnnn S of I I i 1:8. dnrlnl the legal .rn I bliM.
; : : I : and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bethea of 36 1'1> A S. U. 2 Kaxt.CertlflnHte flnonl Ilrh..r Learn InM", for hm.r. nf purpose of.untinfyisjg house door on the fl'' 'la. '"
\ ': : ea. alHo a Httffl- I .
; That nhere stationed at Newport 14. nmh"I".aT.OIH or,1 Hald' Final ci
Homestead also Miss Louise So- III! 20") of HIlt !, ,| Nuin 'to IIY principle and P..r. and the month of Ke|>ti-ini' < '' ,.
11 th" .
; News, Va., will be glad to know KlnlA- Intercut of I nmnunt* therein contained I the In the 5th slay of 4. i>f ,
... you are whenyou're lan, of Mascotte. icy HelK-htH N' 1 In N5.: /. h. .xl.llIM Indvbtetlner ; rti'Hcrlhert .real 03,
of the State. fnlowlnr ly- Dated thin 23rd datOFFICIAl.
that he is recovering after a dan- 101. ". 3A Tp. A S. 11. 22 I ..I. in Htnrke,..tnl.Bradford
: : << In our The National Guards from The a ."H..m.nl of the said property County. h..ln. to-wlt ( S,1I.J
-- gerous illness with pneumonia. A JOl.VT flHSftTit- : J.
'. ..; : Brooker Ovid under Bald certificate No. 1340 f''Io.lnM ,Lots Five ((6)) SIx t ii) and, Seven
( : hop. Lewis Dan Hazen, an \ Ole, fliC5i t to Article TlCYf i
1mb Marcus Brown, of the U. S. was III the canto of Unknown; theaseeNsIulent V 17) In Ulnck Sixteen ( I 8) In Liv.inscutcusiTruh.y ti.i
.cpr ) ___ home Albert Lee Crosby, and Robert of the said property Under "UIH.III.n I of llurldn Relntlnff I to' and ( COl i
to brief
? 3 riends Barber Navy again on a Long have returnea home after Maid certificate No 1341: was In an :, : \ Thereto I Ipl" to the 'own 1011".ny'aaddltol I-IIRrk. 7 .2982. / __
Shop furlough and Is the most lllr"I'ro Specially
', making the name of W. W. Codb..; the ".- .I : ap TAn(1' F. BROWN nit1'1'oi"VTV.
ciitn-rr lonir.
two Reengnts.
spending weeks In
In MeBKment of the Bald underBald '
W. B. of it time Mater. I FIt
lIl.'NProp. having a good visiting S..lal '
aM the Florida ( "
T. 1.011'
certificate No. 1343 was In the KUANK ,
Mississippi. National I Ottard.PR ""
relatives and friends In Lawtey. name of LTnknown.UnleBB Attorney .I'lalntlff. ('Ii.j'l-lll: .: "
SKK MB HKFOKE: YOU \VIKB Starke friends of G. Kirk Lewis, Perry Gainey and Eugene and Bald (Certificate, shall be ISL.ATrFlM t1l'84l.VED OP TUB HT STATic THR I.Bn-Of 8-G-t-8-2 J. C. WELL.IIKOCK.Plaintiff

.., : Estimates Cheerfully a former employee of the Telegraph Robert Long are spending this : ertlea redeemed described according therein to law will the be prop-void amendment FI.omjiAr to That the fOI"wl"1! is TUB (- (TIT rol'HT THH ._

!'La Given will be pleased to know of week camping at Horseshoe Bay. 1 to the highest bidder at the Courthouse Constitution of Arll"l.Florida latlnic to Kiftirrti: Ji''UI'I'I. .0' IT It. P. JONES and ALY'' f \
: door on the first Monday In I the State Militia hy 0' THH fl.Olt. JONES, his wife.
his promotion to corporal. A. B. Foster, of Palatka. was a the Month of September, 18.18 which an additional Section addlnl thereto I 1.'n' Foil un tI>- lief end !

It E. A. WINKLER Luther G. Powell of the Naval business visitor here Monday. I IB the (th., day of September A. D. a* Section r of Haiti Article known XIV ('fln: 'I'Y. f. ('1.\:- Olt.Kli 1: O'i'i'I'I'S OF ] -| )rrt"I'IO"1: .

: .J Radio and Electric Service Research Is spending a leave of Miss Marjory Robinson, of Melrose 19M.Dated this 10th., day of August A. peclnlly.. applclhl.. to troop the federally known It appearing 1 by af.. uhi h,

.. ,., hIr absence at the home of his father spent last week here as the [). 1038.: a* the National Ouard hereby r. A. RTSRON, ed to the Bill of p
(OFFICIAL SHALl agreed to and be Plaintiff cause that the defenilui, .'
C. Powell. *"
You'll KnjoyEATING guest of her cousin Miss Juanita A. J. THOMAS, to the .1..tUr .hHI Slate of Florida vs Jones and Alyce A. J< 1"1.
.r. j. "
Friends of Lt. E. K. Ferryman McGauley. She Clerk of Circuit Court ofBradford fir or rejection at THlnv. MAnKr. WEI,- are each non-renldenti-
was t.KU
accompaniedhome '
County FlorIda.Sl24t92. the next be to be held
will pleased to know that he Liquidator 'h
tg:4.111: ; diIi91 With us Saturday afternoon by Miss In 1.1X! a* follow: the Bradford "'rln"l"co. California, .nu1

has been promoted to first lIeu- Juanita McGauley and Charles "Section 8. r'l.OWDA NATIONAL t'ounty Hank over 21 yearn of awe. at't' .rvicVflu' her'is
E OrangeBlossom tenant. '4i'5I8' Of KI.KCTIOM nUAItn -(al Whenever there Defendant I no person In this Stu
1 Hardy, Jr.. who motored from COSR'ITt.tIOSAI. AMENIMEWIS I be In the state of Flnrl.l' ,. .hl\l ...... -- -- -- .,.ho- ,"!..n who,,, .;J'I :'
E Mrs. Alonzo Alvarez has received there to Hawthorn and Gainesville WHFIlAS.lh.-I.II"latur.--fi931 ly ,i-ernfrnUwd National '(fluardh l ..n r. .r' ...r-. :\'I'Fn'! either of.*ald-'defendai.OHl ; ."A ;

a letter from her brother, Wm. name shall be nut generic and subject NOTICE W rlVlf'KRY 'EnED that you n. P
_0 Cafe before returning home. I the State of .Florida did pass four J to the lawful orders of tti. the GIVEN that Alyce A. Jones each appea'' ',

Sapp In which he says: >Just a Charles Hardy and Charles Hardy Joint KeHolntlon proposing amendment Uovtrnnrt, who "hRI be (ionimanit virtue undersigned of a final Sp..lal... Mater heretofore, by day, September 6, 1938 li. r.'boY
In d..r. urn
to the CoiiHtitiitlon of the fhlf. f sh> National '
line to let you know I am on my Th. hoard In the entitled cause to the till
Jr., were transacting businessIn state of Florida and the name shall he supported and maintained r.nd..r.1 Bradford Clr"ul Court of Plaint 'h' ,In
WP. youthe :
1ti avalnst
SERVICE way overseas. Most everybody Lake rrld to by a vote of three by I'he State of FI.rld. purnuant, tn Certain Chancery County, ,: tl"h"lr that fl..d the ', ,
City Monday.Mrs. 'J"
of member elected of P. .
4 ;, was seasick for a few days and we to each pro'I"I"IA Ilw pr..rlblnl for A. Hrlnxon I Plaintiff, and J. of a mortKaK as a fire''

; WITH had a big time laughing at the L. A. Mott and baby Mrs. houxe n..olulon.: that were the vote entered on upon Bald Joint their or..lnlxlnl.HI urrlnc.* National Ouard And In,' Truby, Mabel'. Weller and M. A.J. the following land In ,' alo"

Groover Sapp and Misses Muril Journal, with the accordance with the Art II A* Liquidator of the Brad County Florida to-wlt I
of Con-
other fellow and in turn being r."p."lve yea ford h"n, 1 flank l.otu 60 .
are Defendant 63, 54. 51 and
A thereon and did de- areas and reKUlutlon nf the ,
SMILEHouston Lee Sapp and Jo Ella visIted ald they United will for n
laughed at. Barry I.rnln. and direct that the ald Stale' War epartment thereunto ale and "el to the cur Lot 57 and 6$. exctfp .

Tate Denmark, of Ralford has Hampton Lake Monday after- Joint Kenolutlon be submitted to pertaining. (c) OfflcerN of the f.dpralv for highest and In front next bidder bidder pf-way of I.A.L By. I' '\\Vl
rash of the
South 12 and SEl.
Door ,
the el"'lor.of the State at the Oeneral revovnlied National Ouard
of the
Sta. I volunteered for service and will noon.Mr. Klectlnn In November 1938. : 1111 ld Ihe Adjutant (General, In Bradford County Court Hot).. of Section 25, all U "

,t leave soon for Camp Green. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen NOW THEREKORK. I, RA.. hall ba appointed, and shall be sub Eth Nrark.day of Florida' on londuy.. the II. 22 E., '.'"
PLUMBING I Oray Secretary of Slate of th. State ject to HiinpenHlon. discharge re- between teplemh.r. 1938, (lh.rwl.. the alleiratl>'
1 Z'f Jesse B. Alexander of Hampton and daughter. Pauline, were visiting of "'Iorld., do hereby give notice nioval or compulsory retirement a* A. r. and 2:00 II ::0o'"lo"k bill of complaint will lt" I n'.
Prompt Service at her that a Mulch solely on the ban In of : o'clock P. 5!., to confe *ed by Bradfi ,u
who enlisted in the Navy parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. military I satIsfy the term of saId decree, the you. 1i! I ILOC
1. flVt Reasonable Prices( some weeks ago has now been P. Galney Saturday.J. (a:\ ":H.'I. KI.Ki'TIO-V I proficiency. character and aervlca, following descrIbed property lying Telegraph, a duly qn..lfl' ..
1 will he held In each county In FlorIda I. d.l.rmlnell, according to army and being I In llradford paper I. designated '
Let Me Estimate Your Job called to service and is at the' R. Mott and Miss Mary Sue on 'TuoHday next the regx latloiiH and usage* sanctioned to-wlt: County, Florid paper In which this ord 'h 0'four"
flrt Monday In .u"c..dlnf by law anything In thin Con nt Itu "The"So'utheaHt published once each wo P" .
C. training station Charleston S. C. :! D. tlon Quarter SB'/l ., .t.
Mott )
M. RITCH were transacting business In 1938. the Hald. Tueday being the to> the contrary notwtthntan s.f the Northeast Quarter l consecutive weeks prloi '
--+--- :Starke Friday. EIOHTII DAY Of NOVEMHKR Ing. The nuallf It'atlon of offi of Section Seventeen
GRANDMOTHER: : 29 for the ratification or rejection of.the .. 'ere, and .uldl..r. of the Federally Township Six (5) South (17), WITNESS my bane anneal
The flange untrA.
friends here of Mr. Guard '
I many shall ba
said Joint Revolution Bradford
: pro po.-| Twenty-two ((22) Kant: also at Starke. D
-_ FRESH FISH WEST PALM BEACH. -- Mrs. ind Mrs. George Hasten, of West Inl amendment to the Constitution precrlh..d In In mlll..ry regulation. The South Fifteen ( It) acre of Florida this 2Jrd day of Ii.I <. 0
... >1 At All Times Irene Altzerlnes Is a grandmotherat Virginia. will be interested to A the JOINT State RBSOL.UTIO.V of Florida. via I'ropoln: I. general promulgated War specifications of the with( U.the S. of the Southweiit the Southweiit Quarter. Quarter
the age of 29 years. She an- learn of the birth of a baby boy the Amendment of Section 7 of Article The O.I.arlm.nt.vote (M\VH) of Section Twenty-three. A. J. THOMAS
met In
nounced the birth of to her I' X of the Constitution, compliance with <23). Townxhlp ) A* Clerk of Circuit c- '. t
Magnoliak a ion .0 them Thursday Aug. 11. Mrs. to the Kxemptlon of n.lalol said proponed amendment*, and the Han ire Twenty-two (8( South. Bradford. Cmmty. P''" Id'

16-year-old daughter, Mrs. Vincent [ Hasteen will be remembered here from Taxation. Canvass, d."laralon. and.. return ala. (2 East; KNIGHT A KNIQHTStark
thereof to
k_ Mkt. Morrisons at a hospital here. as Miss Connie McGauley. BE IT HESOr.VKD BT TlfF LEI'J4TL'UI -\ Mama r..u Ah,11 l..t"n.b.and restrictions the a. of'rh.Ihe Southea Quarter (SE'xJ' ., Florida '

:! OF TUB STATE OP are law for general of the Northeast Southeast Quarter Quarter \(.NKi.SEVi H '-HoUellor- for Plaintiff .

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"IN THE HUSTINGS"with MORE FEDERAL : Mrs II. M. McKa.. ,.orrenpouden Mm. Floyd 1C. Crosby, Cor.
ROAD FUNDS Mrs I J, Da via, and son Jim, I Mm II B Kelly 1 III upending a i

of Sanderson, are visIting Mrs few days this week In Jacksonville

JOE CRAIN WASHINGTON The Bureau of Uuvls brother-in-law and sister' with relatives .'

Public Roads has reported that a I Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae. Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children, ..
-. balance of $2,724.162 in Federal Wanda Mary Alyce and Russell )
Florida Democrats if Mr and Mrs. W M. Oliver and 1
they do this, a serious highway aid funds carried over I spent last week in Jasper" visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Robert" Turner left
will begin mak- threat 1
,, will ,
I,' I., !r noon for the offered to Democratic from the last fiscal year is avail I Monday for their homes at Plant! {her brother-in-law and sister Miami ,, .
ing plans nuprijiacy in Florida. According able for construction of Florida's Mrs. Mack Henderson.Mr. r R
City, after spending several day:!! i
,r n November general to W. G. Underwood, one programmed road projects.The j at the bedside of J, L. Undeihlll, und Mrs! Claude Moore, of tDMW ",'
and 'f
election, real arranging of the delegates to the session, bureau said tmrty eight who has been 111 for several weeks Tampa, spent the week-end with + X e y ''I'i' 'FI :
\ a "get other Florida Republicans returned miles of highway In the Florida I Mr and Mrs F Fender and Mr. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob I'
out the vote" drive;; home Inspired to do some real I 1(:
Federal aid system were completed ; and Mra!! Austin F nder were visItor Haislop. They were accompanied d\
I year. the political wise- campaigning during the next few ut total cost of $1,487.213 dur- I !\, in Palatka Sunday. They also home by Ralph Flllman, who has 1 I, 4

iv, the Republicans will months, and determined to at ing the 1038 fiscal year. The Federal visited the bedside of Mrs. R. L.I i spent the summer with his grandparents ,\ .:,:::. ," ', __ M ..,I.. ;<.
effort to get their least throw ." I Ii.r.
la sincere a scare Into the
J i op aid contribution was $740,764. 'I Batten, of ThereKsa who Is in the ALEDO. Ill Roy Dump and his team of working oxen shown In : .f:!: ;
,Miiwers. to the polll1 !! position. The men who will direct -
.11" 1 this The Bureau said 55 miles wore hospital there. The doctor pronounced M. A. Hill of Staike was a din- Alodo) The oxen an In great demand In many sertlona of the country :t j/,, : ,
\1 r Democrats! !! aren't exactly attack Include Under- under construction at the year's Mr. Fender greatly im ner guest of Miss Nona Brown wherE they frequently participate/ in centennial. parades' and oth"r pro- I i J., ) r ', 'y i I
of the In wood; John F. Harris of Palm
the party close for which
, ""t $1,352,078 has
Beach I proved. Sunday. grams where a touch of I the long ugo IS desired t1'tt/ t. ':
,HIM. r, but they are admittingI national Republican committeeman allotted. If estimated" the total 1 I''. I 3'
Mr. and Mrs. .J. P,. Hall, Mr Mrs. J. K. Kelly and daughter, ,
C. It. I gsonvllle.
of ; Mel- ;
, E. Swanson, Ft. McNulty cost of the mileage under construction .1 1 t
I and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children : Kathryn, spent part of last weekin the weekn l herewith "
.ale. may develop Into bourne, chairman of the state Re- at $2,705,351.A Mrs F. T. Abernathy Sunday spent :, ,
I. 'mg i of a threat to nominee publican executive committee; C. total of 35.8 miles of Federal I'l H. M. McRae and children, Lake Butler L. C Smith Jr. left Sundayfor Mr. /and Mrs. T N Norman. ;: ) I r

ivpper, Swanson will be! C. Spades, St. Augustine, secretary aid projects in Florida have received ,' and Ronald Janny enjoyed a fish' Mrs. Hugh Haltwangpr and chil- a visit with relatives. at Win- Janice Keene, of Shamrock, ; $
fry at Crosby Lake Saturday.Mr. dren and Mrs. and of !
candt- of the state committee; und Lyon baby ilermere. j
two Republican
in the Bureau's nnd
approval :
with Rudolph i
, spent the week-end here 5.
m Miles H. and Mrs Everett Oliver, of Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. O Graves and
Draper, '.
the ballot the other Tampu They nn allotment of $1,269,078. The Chism and It. f Keene. ;'!1'''
i'Jacksonville, were visiting their and Mis. and Mr. little who hAve + 1'I I I'I'I'
c Gallagher, of Miami, are all ubl politicians, and if total cost has been placed ut $2- Floyd Crosby daughter, Shirley
',. I I I mother, Mis Alice Oliver, Saturday -:, Mr. and Mm T N Norman and 'f 'w
a,, foi the fourth district Democratic vigilance: relaxes, 538,150 and Mrs. L. A. Crosby one day been visiting relatives left for Day- '
1 1I 'i 1
night. last week. tona Beach daughters/ >\ Helen( and 1 Dorothea, i
they'll shoot the works. Sunday
seat. Swanson isw 'I
mal ------- --
" ',. and llk- Several factors I I Leslie and Jessie Fountain, ofI Mrs Arle Brown spent brat Mrs. H. D. Both and hUlls Maud I were visiting; Mi, and Mrs" Gene '" i I/ ;
known universally are bolstering 1l00TSRrSlEAClI I I Gainesville, spent the week-enO i Kills, Worthington Springs ,I ,: ';
weekend with her sister Mrs Wells, of Gainesville\ were visiting -
..' .'! may get some of the dis- Republican optimism this year. ,f ', :4
I with Herbert and Lorenzo Al- Tuesday nightS ." ,
Miss Kfflo (Crawford Cor. Charley McKinney In Starke. Mr,.. Harvey Starling recently !
'", u, ,d! support accorded Mark First, the "no poll tax" law has I ,
11' va rez. Fred made business I
I Hai.nlop a I ,
in the Democratic Prl- sent new thousands of negro voters \ .w ,
Wi" Miss Agnes Hoffman of Plant I Elder E. R. Bowers of Starke trip to Gainesville Monday ---_-.. "\\ \\\ ,jJ "IACKSONVIIIE'3, I J
Into the ranks of I .
'I I
!\ qualified City spent last week here with her I II was visiting the bedside of F. ---+ GUM BRANCH 1jL1 i \L: LEADING UJ I" 1
mstU that electors, and about four out of five I
j( lellably reported many I cousin. Miss Effte Crawford. Fender Thursday afternoon /t'HOTEL4 I' r
will vote Republican. Secondly, a I' GRAHAMMm. Annin, :Mat Hurling, Cor. THE :
pi rr'.a business men particulars I Mrs Joe Dicks and granddaughter Albert Batten of Theressa spent (
ii, the lumber industry large number of the votes that Barbara Mae Arnold, of last week with his brotherinlawand L. C. Smith, Car l lliJl i i J

havi, dready made overtures to went to Mark Wilcox In the Dem- Worthington Springs, are spend- sinter, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mrs. R. C Groover returned to SJ ,1LT1 V OiiOAINITI ,
,on, offering their support In ocratic primary will go to Pep- Fender. Birthdays CelebratedMr. her home In Miami Tuesday/ after
Swan ing this week with her sister and ..' ......
return for a pledge to work per's Republican opponent in No- brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.I, Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman and and Mrs. J. A. Graves were spending the past/ three weeks herewith I Ii ,: ,

against further governmental vember. And third, all nation- Crawford of this section. children, of Gum Branch visited hosts to a number of relatives and J. A. Harnnne and familyand !:\\i :f t
wide surveys indicate a waningof I friends Sunday In honor of their Mrs W. F. --i '" f',' NJ (. !
regimentation" of their industry.The Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins and their parents, Mr. and Mrs H. M Harnage tJ.:' t ; (, '1'

lumber Industry Is pretty Democratic strength since the baby were visitors to McRae, Sunday afternoon, respective birthdays, Mr. Graves Mr. and Mrs A. J Yarbrough I",1If" r.l11i1 I ,. '! "
Jacksonville I \ :
affected by the landslide of two years ago. others attended being 65 years of age on August and n1 a 1 I
seriously wages Monday H. M. McRae and and little sons, Clyde Aaron 'Ii. : III I'' I
ii, !i1'
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and /hours bill, and solidly supported Quite a battle was fought over Mrs. Ira Wilkerson of Brooker church at Water Oak Sunday 2, and Mrs. Graves being 63 on spent part of last week In Jacksonville 1'' I I "

Wilcox in the recent campaign the state's!! negro vote when the spent lust week here with her night. August 9.Relatives. with Mrs. S. K Miller AJRColTIONf.t) "';

because of his stand against the registration books were opened parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove I, gathered for this happy Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sapp and i \ ;
measure this year, although the Democratic Springs was visiting In this sec occasion from Tampa, Orlando "
Johns. little non, Bobby of Sampson City
,If ,-ouree. the Democrats will part In the fight was well\ hidden, Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Starlingand tion Monday afternoon. Daytona Beach, Tifton, Ga., are spending a while here with' \' \\l \ \ i i !I ; J 1
and kept very quiet. And the Miss Vesta :McRae Is visiting in I 1 and Richmond, Va. ;j j9I I i ;
fear November .
hav nothing to In baby were visiting her brother Mr. und Mrs J. S SuppMr I '
dinner \\I\ mil! II! 'UII r.r.i
Democrats A delicious basket was W"fiil'
lost, even with the aid Gainesville (
it 'hi party goes to the polls in and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs B lMl'Rae, of I i J. \ '
1 ;
I served under the large oaks In It'ITJ n-'I1! ,'1 II k
but this of WPA money and the fact thata Mrs. Evelyn Crosby of the Ris- f\\ I If'I I
Wilbert Crawford
tut orce; never happens Sunday. Pine Level, were dinner, guests, ofJ Pfti.t',1 If : ,I,'
front of the house. The ,
large of Florida's week with many ,
percentage last
off general election. J. D. Peele was a visitor to ing section spent ,
a year friend of Mr." and. I. A. Harnape and family Sunday u' I IV--:(' '
I and relatives
ilfflcult indeed to predict negro population was on the relief Jacksonville Sunday. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr\ rf..t.: ,
itf.r. I
I JT Mis Graves wish them more Mrs B 10:. Ynrbrotish/ of Wood- : r. ( ')
rolls. In Jacksonville, for Instance and Mrs. Brltton Alvarez.Remember many rJ I
ill. .w many votes will be cast Miss Juanita Hilliiml, of Wood-( lawn was vlllllnrMr.:\ nnd Mrs W. 1''. : ."
ar. by either party. In about 5,000 negroes regis- lawn section, was visiting her sinter the service at Pine I happy birthdays. ? : / TOSJ/iJiiflS
p H. Kersey': and Mr and( Mrs. A ,"I" ; 119 t, t tI.
; many theoretical Repub- tered as Republicans, while approximately and brother-in-law, Mr. and Level this week-end. I J. Yarbiough Monday ufteinoon" & : ''., \.r!:n a4.

.' registered as Democrats 1.000:; classified them- Mrs. J. B. Gaskina, of tills sec- Mina Vesta McRac spent Friday i Sumlay School Picnic ,I. A Ilnrnnge; was a business {;%$I :I .." '' .'. ,
entertained her
Mrs. L. C. Smith
to participate In city and selves as "Independents. These tion Sunday"afternoon.. night with Misses Eula Mae nnd oiIr7 fl\ '
visitor to Jacksonville S"tUI'c11Ynight. !
<-lectlons, so registrationdon't "independents," of course, were C. E. Crawford( was a visitor to Etta Fae Dyal At Sampson City. Sunday School class with\ n picnicSaturday. SUMME COMFORT f/;; '': !\ i
The children
mean much. In the the voters herded into the registration Jacksonville> Sunday. I Hugh nnd Vernon Haltwanger enjoyedbathing c Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were at this madam. llr.prool boll' In lh. ;. ,'t, '
offices by Democratic returned to their home In Jackson- I / and games throughout the ol downlowa .oiiYUl. .. i ';
moral election, npproxlmateQO Vaulce Keen, of Shamrock, visiting 'the bedside of her brother" hvart Iack Enrf ] "t
ward( heelers. In other cities, reg- ville Tuesday after spending two day. Those present, to enjoy the room with tub and .how.., Boll we... t \"
votes were cast for Alf was visiting friends here Saturday i!
W. E. Conner, of Rising Sundaynight. / .. '
outing were Marguerite McKinney radio, C ry b.d with lnG.raprlaw ,
:. n in this state; and this Ida istration figures Indicate percentages afternoon. I I weeks with relatives heieI'unilly I Myrtle and Mildred Thomas, a... and rvadUiq lamp Running mat'f"I't I.. ', i
"|,d as the minimum Republi- were about the same.A Miss Pauline Rosier, of Evergreen Reunion 111'Ln,1/ Mrs II. Keene and little water on awry Soar.POPULAR. '.t.1 ; '
Clarence Earl Starling,
, .' here. popular 5-cent weekly visiting Mrs. Darby| Those who enjoyed the birthday PRICED I' "I< r dCOCETAILLODNGEandCOFFEESHOP
was i
"length Corn ; Ron, Harley, of Shamrock,
Ovlie Thomas, Sclmar Rivers, ,I' t
zine last week began a magn-I Gaskins here last Friday I dinner und family reunion at the I ;: .r
Strickland "spent tha week-end here with Mr. I .
I home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling I Lee Louise and Myrtle Oilur I. e. POUND H.I.U. ri\ ;Y
lead- wide poll to determine the f
Republican nnd Mrs. W. It. Kersey: and Mr '
have eral election "straw." Florida's participate, as a candidate, in the : last Sunday were: Mr. and Irene Arlene, and Vivian HOTEL PA1TIN T HOTEL OKOTOCkww ''i !
I n i,, era who just Hazen, Wllmar and Betty Jean and Mrs. A J. Yarbrongh. ...._ ta..k ',' II' (
returned from their early, votes have Indicated it will next gubernatorial campaign he i I Mrs. Odell Green and little daughter Mrs Audrey Newmans, of Jack- .. - 4' l'i 1 it: ; a I.. "'"

Kemmltcan Chicago "grass send five Democratic congressmenand will return to Florida and with the j I Geraldine, of'' Hellbronn Jones -- r iI .', i I riII.:'!
roots" convention one Democratic senator backto remnants of his machine attempt'', Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Russell I

threat are enthusiastic Washington but the guiding to defeat another rumored candidate -:, Thomas and daughter, Joyce, of Princeton Mr. and, Mrs.and Mr.Duff Townsend Foreman,, of of' KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME \h:1: '

about their chances!! spirits of this state's Republican whom he blames for the dls- i Rising; Miss Maggie Starling, Mr. .
forces determined to make asterous expose of graft and cor- and Mrs. J. E. Starling, Jr., of Glen St. Mary's, were In our section i IJ. l"I
to poll at least 100,000 votesIn are a t last Tuesday. MRS: I* O. McCABE, Lady Attendant ::1 l ,
and out of It, ruption published by the recently Starke; Misses Verilee and Ar-
election race '
the coming anyway. '
; Miss Buna Cummings, of Savannah J AC KSOf r VILI.K, fr'LA. ST. AUtlUSTINE, FL.V. 1 1i
defunct Miami Tribune The delia Starling, Eunice Starling, '
Ga., was visiting her sister 5-1638 SO St. Phone :37 ; '
and 43 W. Church-Phone George
Although latest 1 State of Florida lost about $15,000 Owen McRae, Johnny Ross i 'i'ij l I

ENJOY A PICNIC AT Will hospital reports In- when Comptroller Jim Lee steppedIn Mr. and Mrs\ B. J, SlurlitgEVERGREEN. Mrs. L A. Graves, recently
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Beck and j "
dicate GovernorCone and bought up the 20-unit Whid- +
KINGSLEY BEACH ) eon. James, of Palatka, was visiting
Cone is don Cash Stores chain, in Jack-
improvingand <
I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Sun- Ii ., :
(Formerly Strlchlnnd.) "out of danger"Resign sonville, when it was sold to satisfy Mra. F. A. Howler, Correspondent UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. <:!!," ;

(remember this Is a chain store tax levy. A bid day.Mr.. and Mrs Bobble Surrency, !? c. McCAIIK President, Jacksonville Fla.'i'i," .1|
written two weeksin of $51,300 was turned down, Lee Miss Louise Rosier Is spending' 6 s
of Tampa, are visiting relative l-t-:, r
advance of publication) gam- bought the chain for $52,000, but several weeks in Dover visitingher Industrial Life Insurance : *
blers will odds he could realize only about $40,000 aunt, Mrs W. L. Armstrong. this week. l'I *
give you good the outfit to Cohen Peele returned to Jack- Mr. and Mrs. John Abernathy, O. I, SAM", Representative ,f, i 1
will not attempt to complete his when he peddled! private of Daytona Bench, visited Mr and j-t .1' ,; ef!
term in office. His physician, Dr. parties Two attacks on sonville Saturday after spending .

J8w1NN1n Stanley Erwin, has advised him to legalized racing in Florida will several weeks here with his mother 1 --I,

9 take a complete rest for at leasta soon be launched In the southern Mrs Hester Sapp. ::: Y J ;

year, and his friends and relatives part of the state. One group Is Mr\ and Mrs\. Cheathem Peele, PURE ; / J JI" ,

are discretely urging a resignation planning to attack the part-mutual of Jacksonville, were visit ing relatives I I
I i
for his health's sake. wagering system in the courts, on here' last week.J. .

OATI aFIa111Ya Cone's resignation would place the grounds it violates the anti- S. Rosier, Mr and Mrs. J. / :'

n.l 'fIVO Senate President Stuart Gillls In slot law; the other will ask the D Sapp and baby were visitors to EVERY BOTTLE j" :
to limit racing to five Starke Friday. !
SIIOIIKV nlv'mna the governor's chair until the legIslature | legislature I I11'
convenes next year, when i days per week and failing| :\ and Mrs Leslie McClelUn. fit,
NICE TLACF President-elect Turner B u 11 l e r I that will seek recall elections in1 I and children were visiting her

FOIl NICK PEOPLE" would take over the gubernatorialduties many counties to eliminate racing :, sister Mrs Nathan Starling Monday STERILIZED! / 1

If Dave Sholtz does not altogether I l ,
-- A largO' number of people attended > /. .,
the services conducted by the

Rev Tillra.in, of Jacksonville, at

the Evergreen Baptist Church
Saturday und Sunday night I

Miss Pauline Rosier In visiting I -

CONGRATULATIONSTo Mr and Mis Ijnn Boree in Jacksonville '- I

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TheJONESLANGFORDWHITE I II I Act Nlmnio, Correspondent

I Mrs Minnie Weather by. of

1 1I I Pompano. but formerly of our I

POST 1I town left this week for Jalna- I

I vllle. Ohio, where she will visit hereon

Volney Wall Her son wandered ,

away from bora" and for

nineteen years site knew nothing
I jf his whereabouts.* A few weeks! I

'H'I ago she learned that( he was mar 1

rled. had a family, and was In '
I employee of the B &. 0 Rail. I""II. ,

Ii road ("'(> at .Inlnesvllle Mrs '

i IWathprahy was accompanied on .. m ;' tj I j

this trip by her son, Verda Wall

Starke and Bradford County are proud of our Legion- of Pompano ;:"

naires for their enterprise in bringing a District Conference able The management Revival services of the, Rev under E the D t I til';i,xi:if.i. ,

of their organization to Kingsley Beach. We feel Boyer, of Ocala, closed Sunday --- .r j ;_ : ;tf

night with fifteen additions to the eat drink la brought to i .
sure that this meeting will be of great benefit to our com- church: m Nothing you or '

munity not only in the advancement of fellowship and The Rev N. T. King and Harry |I you with purity more carefully guarded ; p
of Starke attended revival IY al,
of Lewis ., than Coca-Cola in sterilized bottles, ; ,
cooperation, but also in advertising the attractions our services here last Sunday. |l If ,

section to people in other parts of the state. I wish con- L. A. Johns and family, who filled and sealed by automatic machines.: ) t; ,
have been In Oviuda for several! t ,
tinued success for the Jones-Langford-White Post and days spent the week-end here. j Never exposed to human touch until the ,

it long continue to exert its force for good and right in Mra W. P Dirt is spending the bottle la opened for you. ( '
may week with her daughter, Mrs. Ira P \ I
our community. Brown of Gainesville. I p Ice-cold Coca-Cola is pure and whole,1,1\1[
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bedenbaughof ,
Sincerely as sunlight.
of some pure .4.
Lake City were recent guests '
I } :
heir nieces, Mrs. M. t., Waterson J I
and Mrs. O. G. Pearce, and their ICE-COLD COCA-COLA IS IVIRY PLACE ELSE 'ft: I

CARL JOHNS L L. and J. W Beden- \
nephews, ft. '

pending: a week with liar> daughter "

Mrs. A. J Wilson of Starke v 8TAKKK FLA.

returned to her borne here last

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4Y 4Y'ly r"r"-" I Lovely Luncheon [Is j I I W. M S. Program Led I Joan Dinkins Celebrates Mrs Harry WimberlyIs in prayer. -

: I Delightful Event I By Mrs. DowlingThe I Sixth Birthday AnniversaryLittle SalutatorianAt program Circle No with 2 MIH ha.i, i|h:(,", 7,. '"f!, .!hr*
i I.
oii ctfjlfrs. I Of WednesdayOne Woman's Missionary Socie- Miss Joan Dinkins, daughter -' Summer School and Mrs A. A. rmr.l,.? ,!\?mP

..: $ of the loveliest of ty of the Methodist Church met of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Friends of Beatrice Rork Wim- in its entirety. Till'{ ,' t t"jIC)gl\'IIlK It
' celebrated her sixth birthday an- i Mexico and was
1V 1 the summer season was the bridge : Monday afternoon at the church afternoon with berly ((Mrs. Harry Wimberly), Rejoicing" Cuba Sh,;'lv'' ;'.? Witb
and the program was in charge of niversary Monday 8lHter-ln-luw of Mrs. N. T. Green I
luncheon given by Miss Mlna Ma-
iianiiu. Wednesday at one o'clockIn Mrs. S. S. Dowling.The i a lovely. party given for her by her will be interested to learn that i During the business "A81", ,?

Y I North Carolina Visitors her home on Walnut St. subject was "Pioneers of mother.A .she was salutatorlan in a class of, ports were heard from,, ,tn,?. ., ro-
Honored '
Lindsay Attractive o f Education In Brazil," and this color scheme of pink and 125 students at the summer school tary, treasurer, und from th. 'Ie.
arrangements .
; At Morning Bridge Party Are Honored With I I j summer flowers with gladioli pre- topic was interestingly handled green was effectively carried out session of Southern College at illarles. \\I
" by Mrs. Dowllnjf. Assisting on in decorating for this occasion. Lakeland Mrs. J. M.
I dominating were used In the living Brnwnluv ,
hostess M
Mr N. Sternberg was Delightful Party the II v
Frank Rob- Summer flowers carrying out C,
t the were Mrs. Priest,
and In decorating program Mrs. has visited hereon and Mrs. H
at an Informal bridge party Satur- room sun parlor I Wimberly L. Hough'
l Miss Evelyn Lindsay and Charles inson, Mrs. A. Wood, Miss Olive I chosen color scheme, were placedto appointed ,, .. were
day morning at ten o'clock at her for this charming affair. several occasions and has manv members "f.. th.. o.
I Jr., of Winston-Salem, N. Ray, and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. advantage In the living ana dining natlng "mi'
I Bummer home on Kingsley Lake, Lindsay A tempting two-course luncheonwas friends who will learn with interest committee.

" when she entertained In honor of C., were honored guests Friday I served to the guests on card The meditation talk was given by I rooms. of the high honors she has at- Circle No. 3 will have' i, ,, ..
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl; Simpson, and the bulle- ,1Iug' ,
at 8 o'clock when After games on t
! night tables. Places were marked by many tained. the
Mrs C S Lindsay, of Winston- program and of t th, ,,, ,.
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter entertainedfor white cards.Miss tin of home and foreign missionary the lawn, Joan and her little .111" 'Ke
Salem, N. C., who with her family ---+ ment of flowers for, Ih., ,, ;
with weiner and marsh- news was reviewed by Miss Amelia I friends invited into the din- Ii..
them a Manasna was assisted In : were during
1 has spent the past two weeks! at Business and Program September.
d the Burns'' cottage at the lake. mallow roast. serving by her niece, Miss Jean I I Ray. Ing room for refreshments. --.- ..

I Upon nrrlval the guests were The outdoor living room, where I Irwin. I In the absence of the president, I|I The dining table was covered Meeting of Baptist W. M. S. Mrs II. I.. Brownie, ,,,,",,i I .,

nerved tempting refreshments of the guests were entertained, was I After luncheon four progressionsof |I the business session was presidedover ,1 with a lace cloth and held as its The regular business and program ter, Madge are visit in_ < ''I i ." '
decorated with bright sum- by the vice-president, Mrs. F. 1 central: adornment the beautifully Mrs. .nll
J. E.
Coca Cola and dainty sandwiches. gaily bridge were enjoyed. At the meeting of the Baptist W. Futch in I). l.i ',
At the conclusion of the bridge mer flowers and Mexican pottery. I i conclusion of the game Mrs. O. L. II. Long, and in the absence of the 'i 1 decora led birthday cake. The six lS.. was held Monday afternoon

when the scores were to In a game of "fiddle-sticks" the I Haynes was presented with a double -I secretary Miss Olive Ray acted ii i pink and green candles on the at the church. The attendance was

1 game talled Mrs. R. F. Dcmorest was prize, a can of peanut brittle, was deck of cards for making high pro tern. Mrs. Middleton, chair- | cake were burning as the young I fair for a summer meeting. !N1.\V I'OWIJIt 1.1'N'I'IN: A. .Llf.Hl': '''., "n.' .\

won by Miss Gayle Sewell. I spore Mrs. Haynes also won the man of parsonage committee reported - v found to have the highest ncore. Mrs W. B. Alexander led the .. man non n.''i'''01
I After the the guests en- galloping goose prize, an Aunt| that considerable carpentryI Dainty flowers further carrying r u In oblnliilnit 1'I"'hl: ,,' .. ,_
She was awarded with a deck oft games I and painting had been doneat I I devotional, taking for her topic .liUo "ou.. II,,,..,. |
cards. Joyed roasting welners and mnrsh- Jemlna "memo" pud.In I i out the color scheme were placed "Fo lvl'ness." 11rs.V.. J. Epper- Itennonnhip( Driirnilnl. !
the MIH. L. D. Vin- .
parsonage. I around the cake. Nerl I.,
in the outdoor fireplace.Mrs.
mallows of Mrs. L. D.
a bingo
made few
game son a Interesting
Mrs. Sternberg Mrs. remarks -
pi presented ling I
I of ,
superintendent supplies : I O. J. ,
i, A Lindsay with a box of linen hand- T. T. Long assisted the I Vining won a double deck of cards. I IIn excellent report of work Mrs. Dinkins was assisted in on the subject and also led larva.,
hosts in entertaining and serving Those present to enjoy Miss Ma- gave I' serving punch and cake to the .
: kerchiefs of the -- --- -- -
as a memento oet' done In her .
their guests. nassa's hospitality were: Mrs. R. j I' guests by her mother, Mrs. A. O
, { casion. ( A. Green, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. I E. K. Perrymun was elected Andreu, and her aunt, Miss Hannah -
A few of the hostess' and honoree's About ten young people were | ': to represent the Society on the ,, '
most Intimate friends were present to enjoy the party with i, Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. | Board of Christian Education. Swindell. ''lPHALLs --I
"' present to enjoy the party with Miss Lindsay and Charles Llnd- I H. C. Ritch, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, 'I Circles will meet on Tuesday, I Ii About twenty-five!: boys and girls 'i r
them Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Vining, were present to help Joan enjoy 1
say. ImR.STEED2& i i September 6, at threethirtyO'clock. '
I( I If
(I Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. N. Stern- I her birthday. purty.
1, berg, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. i f .-

j L. F1. Chapman of the State Farm, I : I Mrs Kite EntertainsFor I ALL WEEK CASH SPECIALS

,, i STORE Mrs. O. C. Irwin of San Antonio, Mrs. Mundy I Hostess Miss Cox

Texas Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta At Sante Fe Lake
59CGREEN'S Ga., Mrs. D. B. White of Fer- I Mrs. J. R. Kite entertained Sat- NEAR BERRY MARKET

'J, F FLOUR U 5 g Fla. nandina, Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville Mrs. W. B. Mundy was hostess urday in her home at the State I _
C at ten o'clockat -
and Mrs. Arthur Manassa -I Wednesday morning Farm with a delightful luncheon .
'Jj s Carry of Lakeland. a delightful bridge luncheon in honor of Miss Beatrice Cox, FLOUR, 24 Lbs. 55c BACON Best
:j I ----.. honoring her house guest, Mrs. J. I I popular bride-elect. ,
R. Setzler, in her picturesque log NO. 2 STD.String .
Golden Jubilee Tea The luncheon table had as a I Side Lb. 13cMEAT.
cabin on Sante Fe Lake.A ,
,1,' center piece a bowl of pink rose Beans 6c
At PastoriumA ( green and red color plan was
' { 1 Sale I buds. Bridal-design place cards directed I
1 ,, Anniversary effectively carried out In the large
lovely affair the
i l ii. very the guests to their seats
;t living room of the cabin by the MACARONI pk 3c I
'Ipt Golden Jubilee Tea at the Pas- use of many lovely flower arrange- and novelty favors were found at ., 10 Lb s._ 19 C
torium Friday afternoon when I --- -- -
t 1t each pla'ce. ;
I Circles One und Two of the Baptist I ments. I The hostess presented Miss Cox i I II l% Lb. pk SALT, 3c
When totaled for
( scores were
Woman's Missionary: Union I beautiful of I
with GRITS 10
a artlfl-1
r f ,t AO\IN WE WISH TO TIIVNK THE PEOPLE OF BRADFOIIUANI entertained Circle Three, becauseof | the bridge game Mrs J. G. Godwin I cia 1 lowers. corsage Aspirin Tablets 3c Lbs. 21c
SVKKOCNDIM COL'NTIEH FOIL THEIR PATRONAGE II | was presented with a cosmetic
their larger attendance at the
I I After luncheon a contest was en-
nIj 7s GIVEN n;. IN CELEBRATION OF OUR FOURTH ANNI- Royal Service Programs I set as her reward for milking high joyed, the prize going to Mrs. VI I II I -
Jim Ritch received
i VKRSAKVK: \l:E OFFERNC1 VOl1 NOME: VERY EXTRA 1 Gay Summer flowers carried out I I score. Mrs. a I IN. Gelger. ; :NO. 3 SIZE STANDAIiD BANANAS
1 box of face powder as consolation
SPECIALS. the Golden Jubilee colors of pur- I Those invited to be" with Miss i TOMATOES ,
prize. i I 6c
J i| pie and gold in decorating the i Cox und Mrs. Kite were: Mrs.
Mrs. Mundy presented Mrs.
i Pastorium for this affair. I Gerald Cox, Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, KIT. Fancy, 4 Lbs. 15c
Setzler with a linen piece as a I I CHEN-
BEST WHITELI The dining table was covered Mrs. Geiger, Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. |
t t' of remembrance of this charmIng
: I gift
t'e; e BACON !. 12c j I with a lace cloth and centered affair. I I i L. O Sheffield. Mrs J. a. Caldwell : MATCHES, 3c ONIONS Fancy

t\1 with a plaque of tiny orchid and buffet Mrs H. M. Rtcharde, Mrs. J'I| ,
Luncheon was served I
4 I, gold "dahlias and golden "flower- style from a long rustic table i I C. Wallace, und Mrs. R. II. Cox i Corn Flakes, pkg. 5c ;i Texas, 3 Lbs. lOc I
lltes. I mother of the honor .
, guest.NOTICE
) placed at one end of the large

..1f ONIONS, 3 Lbs. lOci LARD Lb. lOc I The following delightful program I room. The color scheme of red I I I I

I was enjoyed: I land green was further carried out POTATOES PEANUT BUTTER

v Several piano selections-Mrs. |Iin the table decorations. u. 8. NO. I

IIIt E L. BIggs. I Those present to enjoy the party I I am soliciting the voters of 10 Lbs. 13c Quarts .- 20c
, I II
A story "What You Look For, | with Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. SetzlerI I
Rice : f lbs. 16cfp I Starke I II
. for
You Will Find"-Mrs. L. G. Pow- I were: Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Miss support me BLtE: ROSE Loose

t 11L Madge Middleton. Mrs. C. A. Chief of Police and I
} ell.A piano duet, "Spanish Dance" Knight, Mrs. J....W. Andrews, Mrs.D. I I am RICE, 5 Lbs __ 15e COFFEE, Lb. __ 9c

, Mosvkowi8ki A. Monteltfc. 1rs.V.. E. To- asking every man and woman
BOILING ,( )-Mrs. L. A. Ci--
, /t I OLEO Lb. 12c nova and Mrs H. V. Knight. rode, Mrs. W.' N. North Mrs. W. for his her MILK
or kind
le t rl BACON, Lb 10e Two vocal numbers Lullaby M. Wainwright, Mrs. C. E. Johns, support. any tall, 3 for 20c

Songs Mrs. J. H. Benson, ac- Mrs. Nell Martinez, of Tampa; I am asking you not to be

" companied at the piano by Mrs. L. Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mra. Sanford mislead by false rumors TOILET TISSUE, 3 rolls ___ 10c

Nfl A. Canova. Ritch, Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs.

Potatoes 10 LBS. 14c Most attractive in long summer I'i Ivan Hazen, all of the State Farm. I II that you may hear. You OLEO BUTTER, 2 Lbs. _____ 25c

dresses were Misses Frances Peek, I know me as a citizen and as

Clara Flume, Lillian Stump Ju- :Mrs II. C Ritch COMPOUND LARD, Lb. _____ lOc
anita Barefoot, Dorothy Steele a police officer and I am

;W MEAL, 10 Lbs. 19c I BUTTER, Lb. 27c and served Mary refreshments Beth Williams of as golden they Bridge Luncheon running on my own merits T-BONE STEAKS, Lb. ___ ____ 17c

1 punch pimento cheese sandwiches and not the demerits of
and Individual cakes iced in Mrs. H. C. Bitch was hostess Foremost Ice Baby Lima Great
purple I ,
Friday morning at ten o'clock at anyone.I
) BONE and gold. her home on Call St., when she! Northern
y t This occasion was agreed I work at night and
STEAK 18 uponas may
OKROUND entertained her morning bridge| CREAM pt. lOc
C an appropriate time to hand in -
the Golden Jubilee offering, pledged I club with a luncheon In honor of not get to see each one of ...
her house guest, Mrs. Walter
: the first of the year. A total ; you personally, but I want
of Sanford.
i MA LAO PEANUT of $20 wan handed in in little gold j I I LUNCH SPECIALS
II Colorful summer flowers, roses you to know I will appreciate -
DRESSING, Qts 20c \BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 20c bags tied with purple ribbon. | predominating, were placed to advantage !
About sixty-five members and In the and your vote and will I STLYE BAR-B-Q
A / living room on
visitors enjoyed this delightful | '
.1.1y MIXED GUOt'NU! caslon. the sun porch where four tables prove it to you by my workas I DELICIOUS 5c
were placed for the players. Scores
l a Chief. I
--- : your Sincerely,
I were kent on tallies of an attractive I

II. ; MEAT Lb. lOc i Organ Dedicated ,I floral design. J. B. SAPP Il l TRY OUR FRIED CHICKEN DINNER :

Methodist Church I Mrs. Ethel Blgga won the prize i
I '' -
Fall wl'ar.I
bunch of flowers for -
a - -- --- -
w The Methodist Church
was for making high score among the ___
T.\I\LE crowded to capacity Sunday night I|,I club members and Mrs. Sewell I DIIoi olul or-- I0.0=0--.O=Or.. 0A

x t'' Macaroni, pkg. 3cl\ SALT pkg. 3c when the newly Installed pipe or- ,1'won the viator's'' prize, also Fall
I I gan was dedicated by the pastor, I I'flowers. In a game of bingo Mrs

the Rev. Frank Robinson. The I I James Edward Cottrell was given,,

I t '' ,, PURE guest organist for the evening I I I a handkerchief as reward for be- WELCOMF
was Steele W. Roberts, of St.
I' COFFEE GROUND, 9 I ing the winner.
POUND C Petersburg and the guest soloist I After the games a tempting
was Miss Marjorie Benson.
luncheon was a_.rued nn the rnrrftables. q
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The prelude at this service of 1-------. o i G -- -
I musts consisted of selection of'
a "
a ,,1 Aspirin, box 2c| GRITS, 10 Lbs. 21c hymns and "Largo" (Handel), and the Those hostess enjoying and honoree the party were: Mrs.C. with.
"Hosannas in Excelsls" (Arm A. Knight, Mrs. O. L. Haynes.
strong), which were played in a Mrs L. D. Vining, Mrs. K. O. Dun- i i O -----i

[ 1t TOMATOES NOT1.DaRD\ 6c masterly manner by Mr. Roberts. can, Mrs. W. B. Sewell and her
HESB Several
wrr-aung by the house guest, Mrs. Cottrell, of Lees-
congregation after which the
pas- { burg, Miss Mina Manasaa and her Q Qo
tor the Invocation and read a
gave a 'guests, Mrs J. P. Burns, of At-
BI\XKU, HOUSK I SUGAR, 5 Lbs. 23c selection from the scripture. The 1 lanta, Ga., and Mrs G. C. Irwin,

COFFEE, Lb. 25c j organist played 'The Lost Chord"tSullivan I lof San Antonio, Texas; Mrs. D. P.I I

i II I ), and the stewards received I Carpenter Miss :Madge Middle ton, BUDDIESi
the evening offering which Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mrs. E. L. Mat-
FRYERS HENS 18c amounted to a nice sum for the
'" > : thews, Mrs. L F. Chapman of the''
fund. As |I I
F ; organ an offeratory, "In- I State Farm and Mrs. C. S. Llnd- !
f1' termozzo-
Cavallorla Rustlcana"
say of Winston-Salem, N. C. Mrs n
.' I MuHcagnl; ) was used by the organ- ] R. F. Demorest the
21 OZ.; 2 I joined players

, : Apple Butter 25c1| BREAD> 3 for 25c .;i( 1st.daughter Miss Marjorie of Mr. Benson and Mrs.talented J. H.- I,I for lunch. I,I H WE WANT YOU TO FEEL ABSOLUTELY AT HOME

I 1 Benson, sang as a solo "Flee Asa / Edgar Wilkinson Has Weiner) WHILE ENJOYING YOUR STAY AT OUR DELIGHTFUL
Bird" (Root) in an appealingmanner. ,
Bananas Slbs. 15cWE I| Marshmallow: Roast ; KINGSLEY BEACH

The dedication of the organ was Edgar Wilkinson, son of Mr. and\ 0

an Impressive ceremony by the Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson, was the honored I o We are indeed grateful for the opportunity of extending to you 9

j HAVE A COMPLETE: LINE OF ESIIEUM.VN'S RED ROSE pastor, and was followed by the guest Friday night at eight I the hospitality of the Jones-LangfordAVhite Post.
Although our
i FEEDS.E HIGHLY RECOMMEND: : THESE FEEDS TO organ number [oonllght Over o'clock when his parents

1 1'J DE TilE BEST IN QUALITY REGARDLESS OF PRICE. LET Nazareth" (Dlggle). tamed for him at their home witha Post is small in numbers, we feel that in point of'service, enthusiasm -

't''' t'S TELL YOU: \\HAT RESULTS THIS FEED HAS GIVEN. The last hymn sung was "At weiner and marshmallow roast. and
i Close of Day" and the postlude Edgar and his friends were entertained accomplishment it is one of the largest in the state. We ..

was "Grand March" (Kotelbey). on the spacious lawn of o are proud to have you with us today and hope that you will return 0

,' Agent For The congregation the splendid sincerely music appreciated by- the ing Wilkinson's many games home.the young After people play- o home with a feeling that your trip has been worthwhile and D

; the guest organist, Mr. Roberts roasted welners and marshmallows with a better acquaintance with the loyal men who maintain the

1I TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. and the voice number by Miss i around a big bonfire. Post here.
Benson. The hosts were assisted in entertaining ,

The organ committee, composedof l' the guests by their U
i Better Quality D. P. Carpenter. L. D. Vining niece, Mia Edna Mills, of Green

and Elmo Struth, are to be congratulated I Cove Spring A. J. THOMAS

Get Our Low Prices Before Buying on the successful work About twenty of Edgar's friends ii D D8C10

I r '., they have accomplished in so short I were present to enjoy the party .
t a time. with him. I OCiO loaoz- ooo. oooc---,0=*

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I The R, v B M. Montgomery of Mr and Mrs W H Carter. of Mr and Mrs William Nutria I George Mnnaasa of Lakeland l is I Mr and Mrs c S Lindsay alias I Mr and Mrs, r Niles Ray and

Iml I if144PPENE1VG4 I Miami, spent Thursday night with Jacksonville were guests Sunday spent the. wl'ek..ndIh. \ relative the guest of his! mother. Mrs. C I Evelyn Lindsay and Charles son, Niles, Jr of New York City, I '
LOCAL the Rev. ,md Mrs Frank Robinson of Mr. and Mrs H. A. I. Manassa. .1
Bishop at in Quincy "
Lindsay, /Ir left Monday for their the Rev and Mra Laurie! O. Ray, I
Kingsley Lake. home in Winston-Salem, N. C., of Jacksonville, were dinner guest 'l',I, I I' "
Major and Mrs. 0. C Irwin and. Mr. and Mrs Phillip F Maguire after spending two weeks at the Saturday evening of their aunt, I.,it. I, '.
Mr. find Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mrs. Bert Rogero, of St. Augus- daughter, Miss Jean Irwin, Miss : and daughter Sue, left Sunday I Burns' cottage on Kingsley Lake Mrs J. W. White. ; ,I I I "
son Paul III, and baby, Emma tine spent a few days here this Mina Mantissa, and Mrs. J. P. for their home in Washington tI ,;" .. :
ii Mrs. A. O Andreu Jane, spent Tuesday In Junkuon- week as the truest!! of her sister, I Burns left Thursday for a visit In I D C., after spending several) t i
et i Friday" In Augusta, Ga. vllle. Miss Johnnie Russell I I Lakeland weeks here with Mrs. Mngulre'B 'I' F To My Fellow Citizens of Starke: ,," ",' : 4 4I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. DUI'by. '

I ?, Miss Peggy Stone, of Ar- Mr and Mrs. L A. Davis and Mrs T, J. Griffin spent the past I Mrs. P. E. Canova, Sr., :Mrs S I II am a candidate for Mayor In the City election to be heldSeptember << ,,, .':j ,;t : .'
the guest this week of i niece, Miss Jo Perryman, left Mon ten In I R. Johns, Sr., and Miss Martha 1 I ''I J '
I.' r days Jacksonville with her 13th and earnestly solicit your vote and support. : ,
,11', uidersos. day for Atlanta, Ga., and pointsIn son-in-law and daughter, Dr and Powell will return tomorrow after Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson I I ,
N. C. Mrs. C. C. Memloza. I spending three weeks in Black spent Wednesday in Archer. They I There have been rumors circulated that I am In favor of "I;" ', ''I.

M < i .I' Griffin, of St. Augus- 1 1I'' Mountain, N. C. were accompanied home by Miss selling the Starke Light Plant to outside Interests.! This Is absolutely 'I I I'' ',l : (
of her daughter, Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns, I 1 Martha Ann Burton and Jane Anderson 1
''higuest I' Friends of Edward: Burns areglad false. I am in favor of 100% and ..)
n our municipal plant r
the first of
who I
, :II..I Biggs. and son, Jerome, are enjoying a, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hurt left I spent they i "f" '
p. vacation at their summer home on' to se him back at his job In Tuesday for a several day's visit I week In Archer' as guests of Mrs. j 1 these rumors were circulated<<1 by my political enemies for the f iI! :< J

Buckln of Arcadia, was theIr Crystal Lake I II the ill postofflce for several after weeks.being seriously J with relatives In Baxley, Gu., and I Emma Anderson and Misses Nor- purpose of defeating me for Mayor 'I4;Off i"i"i" i i
K I '' with Mr. Hart's mother, Mrs. M. ma and Reba Mills. I
Mrs. A. F. Murr-
Mr and
I' A. Halt In Surrency, Ga I I FEEL THAT IT IS A FACT THAT WE ARE PAYING ',:' I'' 1
r, ,' Miss Alma Murrhe'e Sun- The weekly meeting; of the W. :Ming EM Rip Coleman spent Sunday Mt'lchorI I f.l I \
T. U. will be held In the home .
a' in Lake Butler as the guest of i j I Mr and Mrs James Edward tind two children and Miss FayTalbert ':
of Mrs F. A. Scott, Pres., Friday, her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. LlI<:VE THAT OUR LIGHT BILLS COULD BE REm'CED. I
Murphy and eon, James Edward formerly of Kt-ystono ''I
,\j, Mary Beth to 'NillIams her home Veatunlay In- (today) 3:30: P. ::.r. and Mrs. Q. W Coleman Jr., of Pnlatka, were guests" Sunday Heights; have moved to Staike. to VVK HAVE ONE OK THE HIGHEST RATES IN THE" STATE "

I? of Mr. Murphry's brother-in- make their home. They are occupying AND; OUR CITIZENS SHOULD BE AFFORDED SOME RELiEF .
R.'ar-h. after enjoying a Master Kaspar Duncan spent a: Mr. and Mrs. Eoree, of : (I .
Randolph .
I law and sister, Mr. anti !Mrs. V. 13. at the home of J
vnh, Miss Clara Flume.!! few days this week at Jackson- Jacksonville, : an apartment AS MOST OF US ARE UNABLE TO USE THE AMOUNT .
were Sunday
guests "
Ha rreJl.I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott! MrMtlchor
If 1/, Mis, George W. Thomas ville Beach with his grandmother, of Mrs Bort>e'll parents, Mr. and -.----- Is connected with ti.RBA .' i OK ELECTRICITY;: WOULD LIKE TO. ,. ;, {
j,, Klnmc accompanied her Mrs. Rosa Duncan. Mrs O. H. Bennett. '
iday I Leon A. Gray and family left project.Mrs. : It would be a pleasure for me to cooperate. with the Bond : .,
n last week for Mount Pleasantnear I t
Miss Pauline Doyd, who hus Miss Vonnle Wallace, of Pnlatka, Quincy, where Mr. Gray has H. Wlmbeily, of Highland I Trustees and the City Council along the lines above HuggistedSlnceioly I, ",
,\' ]Jinn| Edwards and son, been the guest of L. C. Powell and ,1,1
? is the guest this week of Mr. andMrs. of of
as principal and Wlmbeily.
accepted a position Patty .
returned to their home family, left for her homeIn j ,1
Friday ,
? C. F. Hoover. Vonnle is the school which opened there last Nichols, who have spent sometimehere I ,
Va, after ependwnka Harrtevllle, S. C. I "
burg. Mrs. HOOVCT'H greatniece. : .
of Mrs. Wimberly'rsoninlaw
Thursday. as guests
here with Mr. and --- I anti daughter Mr. and i N. D. Wainwright, Jr. 'j r
ft- x W Redgrave. They were Miss Edna Mills, of Green Cove Miss Mary Jo Krause left Sunday 1 1
Mrs W F. Torode, Mrs. D. A. Mrs. N. T. Green, left Friday for 'I f
( n\\>.uiH'ii home by Mr. and Springs, spent last week here as foi her home in Tampa, after Monteith, and Mrs.o thel Blicga/ Lakeland to attend the graduation I
.fr' Hi iiitrnve, who will spend a the guest of her grandmother, spending two weeks here as the sent! Tuesday at Jacksonville exercises at Southern College I IPatty's "
goat) t. Petersburg. Mrs. E. M. Thomas guest of Mrs. Ethel Biggs. Beach as guests of Mrs. Teoro.Ie'obrother mother, Mrs\ Harry Wim I

and sister-in-law, Dr and berly, was a member of the graduating AVOCADO PEARS each 5c I
Mr. and Mrs J. I. Odgen and Mrs., Earl Roberts. class, .; r
son Lee, of Pompano, were the
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guests Friday :and Saturday of Capt. S. A. Bryan returned last Eugene L. Johnson and daughter ;
Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. week from a trip to the mountains Marjorie and niece, Mary TIP TOP GROCERY : "
JOHN O. JACKSONCIVIL of North Carolina. He expects Jean King of Tallahassee, spent .'
Mrs. E. M. Thomas Is spendingthis to leave next month for a the week-end with Mrs. W. S. Stro- ,
ENGINEER NO. 1621 week in Green Cove Springs visit to Hollywood Cal., and other man and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. On FRESH LOW PRICES ,d'
LAND SURVEYOR NO. 162 with her!! son-in-law and daughter interesting places In the West. Sunday afternoon Mr. Johnson returned ,, .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills. to Tallahassee and was accompanied -I AUGUST i', :
I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thomas by hIs aunt Mrs. Stro- '
M. G. MCMILLANFIELD Mrs. Nina Lipford has returnedto have as their guests Mrs. Floyd man. Marjorie Johnson and Mary '
her home In Green Cove Springs Lumbattis and daughter, Lucille, Jean King remained for a week a :, FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES ; : :
:MANAGER after a visit with her niece, Mrs. and sons, Robert and, Floyd. Jr., visit with Nettie Dowling. I .
H. A. Bishop, at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs, L. B. Lot t --
I Ip of Ft. Myers ---- -- "
-- and sons, Thomas and Lester, of Mrs. Jeannette Klnmld spent ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 heads 15c t ;
W A. Scott has returned to his Mlmal.Mr Monday and Tuesday In Jackson wk N tfi; 111;
I home in Orlando, after spending ___ vllle, where fine attended the nn ,
and Mrs. A M Darby hml I nual school of floral dOHigningsponsored /< ', ,
TRUCK OWNERS & DRIVERSWe par-I as their guests Sunday Mr and by Oscar G ("arlsti'1 & S.C. NO. 1 POTATOES 10 f; : ,

can now handle your ]long; haul Truck Liability I Mrs:! Gt'orgl'V.. Marks and daughter I Co. Classes were under the per
lii-urance! and on terms Miss Hope Hiiyncs is attending Marjorie, of DcLand.! and Mr snnal direction Wllllum A Nip : :
Truck Drivers Accident Insurance, $12.50 per year the short School course at Flol'l.hStille of the Adult Education College -- I i and Mm. DiAVIIt e.olleH.nftpinoonMr ., of I per one of the Thu country's newest foremost funeiiil I I BANANAS, 5 Lbs. l 15c ; : :: F
Gainesville Sundny designers
haul Cargo Insurance $:>0 :M. 'ear.i .
per per :> .
tong : ''
for Women in TallahnsseeI \ Maiknn l Mnrjoile. and other designs winIlluxtiatHil.
tint\ Mis < c ornRKi'
i ome see us or Phone No. 1J6 for details. I I for students dolm thixtuul 15c'! ; r.
and Mr and Mrs Jones left the I : ONIONS 5 Lbs. f .
Walter Nasworthy and son, points in North C.nolini, i wink themselves ,
HAROLD C. WALL George, of West Palm Beach and I I
AgencyAll I I Jacksonville, w ie guests Friday Lbs. 15c
of Mr and Mrs. C. H. NnsworthyBHOS. .
I In I :: ;
Lines of Dependable Insurance i. i DRINK L I II ,", .

Modern UOO\'F.lt, dainty SI'ECIL portrait.. GREATEST Iitfcr-I l : I Rambo Cooking Apples 5 Lbs. 25c );, f:1 j: ;

ont from any "SHH-lal I'orlrat"I! I II

NAT SEZ: I 2 ever for made.$1.33: 'I Pepsi-Cola i 5 "j' L

If that place down below is any HOOVER During HKOS.AiiffUHt STL'DIOLittle Only Sugar 20c 'Ii

bl hotter than it's bren round here ) pounds
the last few days I better change,
s Miss Ona Demorest arrived -
my way of ",'Ing. I've got two Wednesday morning to spendthe L BIGGER AND BETTER J With each $1.50 or more Gro.: order I '

r' biff electric fans going all day long I winter with Mr. and Mrs. R I ,II I 1 0
1<'. Demorest and to attend schoolhere.
and still it's hot. They tell me

that, down there, it's nrfiii th) -- --- SWIFT'S JEWELL LARD Lb. lOc i..
law to have funs. or Ice Hiitvr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and I }

It',. got me thlnkln. son, Lyle, Miss Martha Ann Bur- a7 > '
ton, nnd Robert Green visited the rAv I BEST RIB BACON Lb. 12/ c .
Marine Studios In St Augustine I! ,


BOYS SUITS i Mr and Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson' FAT BACK BACON, Lb. l lOc .

These tire lOllI".nt'l/ wool and Mr. and Mrs. H J. WBlkin- ;
"ult'f that MOM up to $0.03- I son of Palatka were week-end Guaranteed a i '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson |
on .P1l- : AllThat ,, i '
,.; f $4.98 I 12 Lbs. 33c i.r A I

\ I Mrs. Elmo Struth returned to FLOUR
+ ( I'ECJ.\I. JUICE f
her home here Thursday after| ae I
TOM SAWYER I spending two weeks In DeLund tJe11.5th 24 Lbs. 60c
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I 'N
SHIRTS III H. Tatum. nllerV. ; f .
j Boys shirts of extra finer w i I ti J
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r: putti-rii quality*- white and fancy I|I Bishop Mrs-and H.-A.-Nina-Bishop- Bishop, Miss, and Harriet their Can RICA CREAK CHEESE, Lb. i/C ,

79c Mrs. Nina Lipford. of Green
o !
t Cove Springs, spent Friday In CO. ROLL BUTTER Lb. 27c 1f
A GOO VAL.CK ; Gainesville : ,
Full Fashioned I _____ ___


F O R ;Mauls by the makers of Holeproof of Lawtey left Tuesday for a I
r 11 OHO, H thread chiffon I week visit In Tampa with Mrs.
R E A 69c L. D. Vining. : Giant P&G SOAP, 3 bars lOc

A NEW SVITLY: Miss Nettle Dowling returned -i. .IK. ,I-IOSS: ,,f AM 'rim ] ULAMOROI7H
( Druid 81x99SHEETS I: Monday from Jacksonville, where :0..1\\i'Mi.\, : / '\nllK J I>IUHXIH SHOWINdl: < run!' AUF HAVH AHUIVINU AL.WAYHWAlii ; Giant Oct. Soap Powder 6 for 25c ,
she had spent two weeks with her : : > AT PI1HT.H MPfll LHB THAN. or i
SHOES nnd Mrs.
uncle and aunt I
Thin sheet N top quality and I Tames GotJboltJ.i .
rcmr>iAt.r.Y I.VVITK' KVKiivrj.sn/ wno1H / FANCY WHOLE RICE 5 Lbs.17c'::1 ;
f\; In guaranteed by the manufacturers i ---- JNTEHRHTKll IN MVIAHT fl'-TO-TIIK- i
"fi Mrs. James Edward Cottrell and MFNtJTK! HTTI.KH: AND KAIIKK'S OF PIIOVH.M .
Edward J. Ir/ returned QUALITY: TO CO.MK: IN ANn LKT: I'S( ,
97c ,, son James flOW. YOL' THKSK/ / NWWIIHT" : All J III VAUTIIKTIE -.
p A BARGAINLadies : burg Tuesday/ after to spending their' home two In weeks Lees- / M NO OliLIUATION 1'<> HI\' FRESH MEAL. 10 Lbs. 20c Vii; r ;j

here as !guests of Mrs CottrE'1I'1Jbrotherinlaw YOUR rrtiMMnnn-TiriuNn r>Af/ <;.ii'i'en; WIL.I.KEBL. /.
and sister Mr. and PKHKIJCTIYY) "AT IIAHK:' 'S 'it 1 UPFnSONALLY '
FRESH GRITS 10 Lbs. 22c
; KlFJCTKf: > KHOl'Kl< /.r, j' <
UNIFORMS I MrsV B Sewell They were aocompnnifd i TUB "UNAPI'Y" 8TYLKH IN .\ '. /IT >: ,
s I to Lcesbur by Mrs HANOI) OF fKICBS.FTOWKUF. !. ''\!

y Made. of_fine In white broadcloth, blue material or Sewell- --- SALAD DRESSING pt. !15c; Qt. 25c '- 'y) (

Itrc'f'n._98c I II I I II II .i PEANUT BUTTER 2 Lb. Jars 22c : '

$1.95 CLEAN SM'EEP OF I I u ,

SUMMER Entire stock must SHOES go-prlcreilured '' TALL SALMON can lOc l ; i'I I

This it ,th. I bfgg.>t wiling and selection still good. TOO. TN THE': MODERN MAN- I !:
liRE VKR: ,.'.iK EVERY: < (X'AHKIN"' YOU'M,
$2.25. SURE
long el ..._ Values' to
"t wearing type PAY NO MOilE: FOIL MIIH t'MPI.E'riCLAII ,
in ,th. country 'far acliv boy $1.49It I ,NKIIN: ICE MACARONI or SPAG., 3 box lOc Ij'

Pays to Buy at DftvH.panel truck. $150: cash -R J tf 14 Oz. Bottle CATSUP lOc : I.

97 OU 3i ANYTIME '

BRICK for' all purposes. Campbell NA ? SIZE! TOMATOES 3 17c I :} ;
Clay Products, Inc., Campbell, .IM ens;
FlorIda. 8-12-4tp'' ;; J I
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WANT peanuts TO any BUY quantity- cOO'd quality j F E Peas or Corn No. 2 size en,2 for 15c ,

Route 2. Box 305 Starke
I Trump Itp 1 I:! I.t I.r rI ,

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FARMERS SECTION TheLetter LIVE STATE NEWS ---1-1I r n. ,11'4


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P RURAL I Hints To HousewivesWeekly Dear Mr. Matthews: TAMPA,.-Lime growing Is developing PENSACOLA is city's his 1.I 1.I 1. .1 I.1I

SENSEBy : : Last week you told us you will Into an Important Florida tory generally is dated back to

COMMON from Home demonstration support Mr. Roosevelt for a third i industry. Production has reached the first permanent settlement by "

Specialist, Tallahassee term If he wants it. such volume that an organizationof the Spanish: in 1693, but long be-
SPUDS JOHNSON I am genuinely sorry that you lime growers Is being formedfor fore it was discovered by the I

r INSECTS AND HTOPPINC I"AIUI'IUEXTS Qr any other lover of this country better production and market- white men it was headquarters for I : :
HELPFUL feels that way about him, and Ing. Lust season's lime crop was the Panzacola Indians. It was I '

ANIMAL FRIENDS NEED I with your permission I shall tell 110,000 bushels. 'from them the city received its .. : :
PROTECTION: ON FARMS fly KlhjI HullowiiyDIM.rlct ,
Home Agent your readers a few of my reasons name, Panzacola being anglicizedto
For feeling thus. Pensacola.
"Looking out" for one's friends The America: farmer works DAIRYMEN FINED
First and foremost, he is directly --..--- .
Is mighty effective most of the many hours a day and, with little TAMPA.-Fines were imposedon I
I time, especially when It comes to resistance, surrenders a tenth of I' responsible for the deluge of five Tampa dairymen by the FOOTBALL PRACTICK SOON

politics, and it behooves the farmer his earnings to accidental injuries. booze now flooding our good land, state milk control board which GAINESVILLE.-It is less than I :

to "look out" for his friends Last year, accidents killed over I debauching our young people and charged them with price cutting I two weeks before Josh Cody calls C

who help him in his battle against 4,400 persons' and Injured several older women on a scale that stag- and other milk law violations. The ,.' his 1938 football squad to practice

pests that are bent on destroyinghis hundred thousand others on Amer- gers our power of mind to realize board meets at St. Petersburg to He has picked 48 athletes for the

ican farms. Chas. S. Lon -acre, secretary of diacuss prices in that area, now two sessions a day beginning: September : ,
crops. the American Temperance Society, ) ... ai the university or ODEBOLT Iowa Wel hb g a PP ro x i ma t 1 1g i .)Ut' [
For example, birds. If he didn't FaUII-.trom: ladders, haymows, after a careful examination of all 17 cents a quart retail for sweet I Florida. Florida has a brighter ,, giant ;;;dhl hog owned by; Martin Berg 7't ouh; ,a n I 'Jill

have the help of birds In combatIng haystacks, windmills, and roofs- : milk '' to be the Ingest hog in the world. The animal "al
available reports, tells us that already gridiron outlook. A veteran line will H 'iwi> v. i,. ,;,
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pets the farmer would are responsible for thousands of -- -- '"*
insect 7,000,000 young men and I give the team experience, but the I months old, and is gaining at the rate of CO pounds "I., I
!k just about have to go out of busi injuries and many deaths on farms. women are on the verge of becom- I BRINGS OUT FIREMEN: vital spot undoubtedly is in the lives and continues to gain weight, Mr. Berg expect-- Ii i It >l"
' ness. He couldn't afford to buy Inspect! a ladder before using! It ing confirmed drunkards. This Is TALLAHASSEE .- A cracker backfield. Sophomores almost entirely I World's Fair in 1039, 'H(eI !

r enough Insecticide to kill all the -a rotten rung may result In se- more than, twice the number of box left in an oven which later )I will bear the responsibility I -

,, pests and, in all probability, there rious Injury. soldiers we sent to France. About was heated, sent firemen rushing in the bull-carrying department. I. WOOD 1O SPEAK ROOM

wouldn't be enough available \ ,hen working on a windmill, 100,000 of them were killed. But I to a call. The housewife, Mrs. I + .. DAYTONA BEACH. George IS IU \\)\
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Most birds (excepting a couple of around the i to firemen I I'I TALLAHASSEE
t have a safety' rope every person In this vast concourse I Turvavllle reported Pierce Wood, of Liberty County, Gun; \,'root
species of hawks) are beneficialand body and attached to cross beams. being recruited dally from our ''I that she smelled: smoke, but could I (lOTAI.IlOs'r: FILLED recently elected Speaker of the I Inex.t Fred P. Cone continue, t t., ,?,

thep devour millions of Insects Children are often Injured when and is destined to a not find where It was coming JACKSONVILLEAdministra- prove, his physician ,, ,.,
boys girls Florida House of Representatives n'|'''>t |
tor Robert J. Dill that The this
that would otherwise be devouring they strike pitchfork tines when than from. They found the cracker box says
death unspeakably worse will be the principal week, Dr ,
Florida Administration'senlarged Stanley E. Will, ,,
the farmer's Some Progress lid| the
crops. sliding off a haystack. Never leavea in the oven.
that of soldier gassed or man-
a speaker at a special Labor Day executive, who has bwn, ,
w birds, such as quail and doves, are pitchfork lying around or cov- quota of 50,000 IIvh'tually ; a bolo
that land to has- .
gled. "Ill fares program It was announced here pltol here since July :H9.! ,,
has been filled. Dill saidpersons i tar
M ( mighty fine food, too. treat.
ered when in
not I I
up tening ills a prey, where wealth COUNTY. JUDGE. KILLED I this week. Representative Wood ment of coronary then. ... _, L
-- -- -- --- ---- nave been -
Young birds especially should be Gears, whirling belts, flywheels, accumulates but men decay." SEBRING. Selwyn C Ives, I nearly employed 11,500 in a four-week drive comes h-e tthI vit on of "getting along just fine">'f uiuuala At Talla' 11

J protected It wouldn't be a bad ensilage cutters, shellers, and Ought we not then to shudder at Highlands County judge, was killed I since the quota was bosted from local labor groups and will speak hassee It was reported .1 first floor '
idea to declare open season on the threshing machines are farm machinery the fate in store for our land if
half-wild cats that the woods early Saturday when his au- its former figure of 38,500 to com- from the new bandshell under bedroom Is being prepared .,t the,
roam hazards which take toll of we let this go on for six years tomobile struck a train. Ives, 30-( bat a seasonal business slump The their auspices RepresentativeCharles executive mansion for the use ot
and devour the birds. Cats
when young life and limb. Loose shirt sleeves longer? year-old bachelor, was Highlands July report of the state adminis- Tom Henderson of Volusia the Governor when he returns A
all right they're kept
i are near the house or barn and fed around machinery may result in Mr. Roosevelt promised that the County campaign manager for tration listed 655 projects of which County will Introduce Wood, local den, air-conditioned during the ad.
the loss of an arm or life. Keep saloon should not come back. We Senator Claude Pepper during the 114 were either finished or 90 officials said. ministration of Governor Dave
regularly, for they are fairly good per
gear enclosures closed. Drive up- now have more than twice the May primary and also had chargeof cent completed. Sholtz, is being convert,'d into
rat catchers (small terriers are rights alongside belts to keep number of liquor selling places' Governor Cone's campaign In BIO TOBACCO FESTIVAL sleeping quarters. It is t the first

' Y better, rodent specialists say), them in place. Inspect seats on that we had during saloon days, : 1935. ., NEW 'GATOR' HOME QUINCY. Definite assuranceof time there has been a Kronnd-floor
k. but the cat that roams the woods
tractors, mowers, and other potentially and many of them viler than the + participation of the United bedroom in the mansion
GAINESVILLE-Rapidly near-
should be eradicated because it'sa
dangerous Implementsbefore vilest saloons.He ARMORY: APPROVAL. States Navy in Gadsden County'sfirst
pest Another good turn the Ing completion Is the new home ofFlorida's ---- +
using them. Works annual tobacco festival,
farmer do for his bird friends promised also that dry "Fighting Gators. Miss :\1.GET
Have tool house and the which will be held here under the
a keep should be protected. But Progress Administration has authorized -
, is to discourage youngsters or tory Georgia Seagle, whose gifts to
tools In it for protection of tools here in own theoretically its Florida State admin auspices of the Quincy Junior WILLISTON An app", | rust
right the university In the past three
others who might hunt them before '
: from Au- mode last week 'ton< t ti" > ,.I i ,>
and yourself. Federal permits for istrator to spend $26,606 in Federal Chamber of Commerce \ al-)
the dry county years approximate $100,000, expects ..
t opens. funds for an building here. gust 24 to 27 inclusive, was re- thy Influential tot.? < ;,. lilt
Animals are responsible for the sale of strong liquors are is- armory to dedicate on September 1
Toads and frogs are also good i many farm accidents. Remember, The project, which will be under- "The Gator Home 40-room ceived this week in a letter from operators of Virgin n, in, I< ..,'0
a I' friends of the farmer and the far- sued.He taken at the discretion of the I the commandant of the naval air Carolinas toward 11';' "' pie
bull is anddon't ,
a always dangerous modern structure which will house
has taken unto himself .
mer who has plenty of them power State administrator, received station at Pensacola. section of 1 of tobacco warehi,,n u i \< ..
try to lead one except by a unwarranted by the pres- the football squad and other university -
,r'' around is fortunate because then wholly ton before next .h i, ,
idential approval and budget bureau navy pursuit planes will fly from i B
stick firmly attached to a ringIn Federal Constitution. He has coerced athletes. Friends are invited -
he won't have so many Insects clearance early today, WPA Pensacola to Quincy on the after- rolls around A ft- r )r .
1 his nose. Hold a portable gate
to attend the "house warming" -
around. The farmer will make nomlstakfl a pliant Congress, appear-I cated and of '
officials said. noon of August 24 and an officer ampl .n
in front of when the
' you entering Ing in before them and tell- and to bring gifts suitable to
person .
by protecting and encouraging offered VI' ui '
the departmentwill by one i n i
t pen of a sow and her new litter. home for the football representing navy
them must enact bills of a squad. .
these animals. .1 ing '
ed Willist.n :
Speak to a horse before entering. his framing According to !HUMP: PROTECTEDAPALACHICOLACoastal + deliver an address at the ceremonies lending i i
Spiders (excepting the black his stall. Frequently Inspect saddles own waters FAMOUS: DOLL HOUSE featuring the dedication of I understood that th> "M i .n
I the Constitution his only right as
widow) ure good friends of the and harness for broken strapsor of the Gulf, bordering 22 Flor- TAMPA-Colleen Moore, charmIng the QuIncy athletic field to the good possibility oin MI, '- I 1'' \\V
then leaveIt
President is to advise,
farmer and, despite the unsightly buckles. Don't approach a ida counties, were closed this weekto and talented movie star, born memory of Lieut. Com. William I A. financial aid, ,t u, 't. i mi

y 1 webs they spin, should be tolerated strange dog and keep your dog In I lIe to their has obstructed judgment. the taking shrimp. The closed and raised in Tampa, will returnto Merrill Corry, Gadsden's outstanding Secretary Harold I. I J,. ties

t and protected. They rarely,' If the yard at night to prevent him about desiring. recoveryhe He has season, August 1 to October 1, is her home city for the first time world war hero, who lost his that such formal 1'1,1|< ,. 'mmi', must

ever, destroy anything that Is of from becoming a sheep-killer anda -prates not to- give the one of two Invoked by law each Iin 12 years on September 7th, life in an attempt to save a fellow be In before Sept cm i I n) ..i IlJa

'1 use to the farmer and they do destroy nuisance to others. Townsend urged Congress Plan, General Welfare year. It is also unlawful to take i for a two weeks visit, bringing aviator from a burning plane t year.
many of the pests that harass shrimp in inside waters anywherein I with her her famous "Doll House" -
Too much moisture In stored hay Act of 1937 a hearing, contempt- .,
him. the Gulf bordering Florida from built at a cost of nearly a half mil-
will cause spontaneous combus- uously characterizing it as "fan-
There are other friends of the February 1 to April 1, loin dollars, which will be exhibited -
tion. Don't store when it la Is the and
hay I tastic Yet it one only
farmer, such as ladybeetles, syr- -i-.- for the benefit of charity. A
too green and be sure the storage recovery plan before the country.The For Expert RepairingSmith's
phus files, tachinid flies, aphis place Is not leaking. Democratic members of the PEPPER TO 'SOLIDIFY'JACKSONVILLE. rousing reception is being planned,
? : lions, and snakes, that should be ChairmanT. while old friends and schoolmatesare
protected. It would help those Keep gasoline, kerosene, and powerful Ways and Means Com- T. Turnbull of the Florida Dem- eagerly looking forward to the

farmers who do not know these other inflammable or explosive mittee "heard their master'svoice" ocratic Executive Committee said star's arrival.

r creatures to study and protect material in plainly marked containers and kept the bill pigeonholed that United States Senator Pepper Garage

them. Nature has provided these and keep them away from I all during the recent session, will lead a "party solidifying" COLLEGE OPENS SOON
the house and barn. Burn rubbish : in spite of the fact that 140 or TALLAHASSEE Students
friends for the farmer and It be- campaign to be conducted prior to
hooves him to "look out"" for them.MALARIA only on still days and at a safe I more Representatives, acting in the November general election. from every section of Florida will
distance from buildings. 'behalf of many millions of loyal Turnbull said the committee's ad- gather Monday, September 12, for DAY PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31

....1'.. Don't stand under a tree or neara and needy citizens, had petitionedthe visory group will meet in Orlando the opening of the fall term at
fence and keep from ma- committee to give the bill a Florida State College for Women.On .
iui; : away next month to draft plans for the Wrecker Service Day or NightSEGURTV
And Mr Roosevelt'sown
chinery during a thunderstorm.Don't hearing. this date freshmen and other
In T day nod relieve campaign.
e strike matches or smokein measures, such as relief, new students will put In their appearance -

COLDSMou'l" the barn. Hang lanterns a safe WPA, etc., have not promoted re TO HELP VICTIMSTALLAHASSEE. : Upperclassmen will register -

1 ;i I Tn'blrO. tint der distance from the ceiling and hay. covery. Unemployment Is yet as Florida l September 16-17 and classes

} ft o>.. Drop. Headache, SO minutes Don't enter a silo too soon afterit great as ever, if not greater than truck drivers are attending Red will begin Monday, September 19

fa 8[ t d Try "nab-'I' "_\Vorl.l'. lint has been filled (It is dangerousfor ever, and relief rolls are lengthening. Cross classes to learn how to give Enrollment is expected to remain

UnlmvlttTHE at least a week afterward) and first aid to motorists and pedes- about the same as last year when
always lower a lighted lantern Intoa This is not prompted by any trians Injured in accidents. The I' approximately 1,850 students were

well before descending into it; partisan bias whatever, but is a Florida Trucking association is registered in the biggest enrollment -

freshly filled silo contains poisonous sincere effort to help people realize sponsoring the program, and by 'I year in college history here.FRO'rEST ,

gas and a well Is often dangerous an alarming situation. January 800 drivers will be equip- I I Asmall amount each
for the same reason (the ERNEST THORNQUEST. IIIOIl PAY
accident assistance
to render
A ped i MOORE HAVEN -- Vegetable week invested
lantern will out if is ----- in
go gas present -j the arrival of
pending a physician 1 r
In the well). IIKN: COMES: TO FRONT growers joined officials of the r
removal to
m ..._...._____n__ I AS 1IKEAD WINNER ON or a hospital.EMERGENCY I I United States Sugar Corp. in urging ourRetirementPlartwill
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1 WOODLAWNMr) : CASES the wage scale of workers' In the enable you to ?

SMILE : ''. Onoar! Carter, Cor. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. The I TALLAHASSEE-The: supreme Everglades cane fields. Three of- obtain a regular income
Court entered a month's recess today
hen is coming to the front as a ficials of the Department of Agrl-
Mrs. M, D. Carter spent last bread winner for Walton County by disposing of unfinished tulture took testimony at a public per week at :'
f e- O week-end In South Jacksonvillewith farmers. business at a day-long conference. hearing upon which the wage scale i

her sister, Mrs Fannie Roller With much of its natural resources Most of the six justices planned for the coming season will be set the age of 60 or 65. y,

PROTECTION such as naval stores and vacations during the adjournmentto and returned to Washington with-

"d Little Clara Rosier, of South timber depleted, Walton County is September 5, but Clerk G. T. out announcing any conclusions. See our local agent j / I

It run only come from Jacksonville, Is visiting relatives relying more and more on the hen Whltfleld said a quorum of the The growers said the pay fixed for write a ''

sound, adequate Insurance here this week. as a source of ready cash for payIng i court would be within call throughout 'the sugar plantations directly affected or

fti, ,, Every element of Mrs. Carrie' Smith, of Bushnell. the grocery bill. Poultry pro- the month for emergency the wages they had to pay

( r worry ROll fear In taken Is visiting relatives here this week. duction has made steady progress cases. their field labor and that any increase

t from your shoulders" Mrs Minnie McKutchen, of during the past decade and todayit VNAUEKS TO :MEET would ruin them R E
, and the cost is small I Jacksonville, ia visiting Mr. and has come to mean more to the ALLAHASSEECommission- Kurtz of Fort Myers said laborers

Mrs. M. D Carter this week. farm family than ever before. er of Agriculture Nathan Mayo announced received |1 a day before the advent

LET US WRITE Mrs, Gladys Carter was shop- "Produce enough eggs for your I today a conference of of the sugar company but

YOUR INSURANCE I ping In Jacksonville Tuesday family and sell enough to pay the i State market managers and com- growers now had to pay $1,50 or

Mrs Jim Mersey, of Jackson- grocery bill," is the slogan that mittee chairman would be held In more

t I \Vo represent several large, ville, Is visiting her parents, Mr County Agent :Mitchell Wilkins Jacksonville September 8 and 9. -

reliable companies In the and Mrs. J. S. Norman and other members of the Walton Fourteen markets, supervised by .
Theft, liability Annuity, Miss Alma Johns, of Jacksonville County Planning Council have given the State Agricultural Marketing' .'- ,ho\ J '

I Ufo and Fire Held pent last week-end with her the farmers and farm women. System, are now In operation and I .:. ..! ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs P B. Johns. From results thus far the sloganhas several: others are being FORGET THE HEAT. ,J..X {.:' .
Mrs, W R. Kersey, of Water
been adopted and farm homesare ed. Mayo said the '
profiting thereby. called to "arrange for the stand-
car Carter Sunday. Fourteen hundred Walton Coun- ardization of operation of State

Mr and Mrs, Lawton Crawford ty farm families keep farm flocks markets x x x and establishing t:f :
of Jacksonville were visiting :Mrs. I and while large of
PHONE 13 a percentage I methods for Increasing the sale as B
s Rachel Browning Sunday. the birds are low producers, there well as the prices paid for Florida ,
has been a steady Increase in lay- produce." Standard grades for '1U --

ing ability as poultry owners have vegetables also will be discussed

iuu BOREE FUNERAL HOME obtained better birds and have

adopted modern and approved hens on each farm Is also being
Fell line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
methods of management and feed- stressed. Farm women, particu- 1
r DAY AND NIGHT Ing. ,* larly, are playing an I importantpart

53PHONE-83 Many have begun growing their In these developments.

lg O. II. BENNETT Mr. own green and other feed. They "Fifty good laying hens will

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"FUNERAL have built or are building better bring In an income equal to a bale

poultry houses, pens, and other of cotton," County Agent Wilkins +
f equipment. First class chicks have points out to his farmers. "Poul- dl
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DIRECTORMy practiced more and more to con- on a profitable basis. Our farm ., > b.

Years Experience Makes It Possible, for Ma! to Renders trol diseases and parasites, cock- people must do a good job of it f
fl EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE erels are being separated from layIng If they are to reap the profits that When days are hot..a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola Is
t MODERATE he told ice-col.and BO refreshing Look for the
PRICES flocks *o> that infertile eggs are waiting for them avers.
MODERN CHAPEL AT YOUR may be produced, fryers are be- Walton County farm folks are familiar red cooler with the words"Drink Coca-CoU"

CONVENIENCE WITH NO CHARGE ing raised for home and market, very much interested in poultrynow on U. Pause there and be refreshed. -- 5 1 I

and more attention is being; paid toa and, say Mr. WUklnsv, "We ..
u i DeWITT C. JONES balanced ration to effect high hope It won't be long before all of Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Starke ,,_ .llclou. and Rafreohl 4
+ Florida I production. The Importance of them can say: 'Our chickens pay '.u < .-,- _
flay ph. 1 Nl.ht pb. leas having at least fifty good laying our grocery bill'." : -' .-. ....-;,,-., ..,,,i..ciof'r! ._':':':" -,-

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doeh .not hull!! It wrecks Yet, iuw a crowd going down thi ; members are us the children of GIVEN; STXTK ('U.ltTtltJ 1 MUST SEA ISLAND- ; BRINGS- S3- people play with sin Sin clefn
menthe street He knew the people were I' Israel in Egypt. They are loathe ,J IACKSONVILLK The Florida I ';
[ JONES name of a pure girl It digs OCALA First bale of Sea Island 'I"" :
BOB In relinquish the pleasures of the Tuwnsend National Recovery Or- j 1' '
the grave of u suicide It following someone He ran before cot ion ginned In 1938 was put !
On Here I I stripes on convlrts It puts puts men and climbed up Into a tree to see, I world the leeks the onions end gemrai ion now holds a state charter im the market August 9 by Ray Ii :- I : ,I
Comments garlic of Egypt, so to speak. In The charter limiting Indebtedness -
In electric chaliH It there hud whom I Priest Marion County grower It i i\l'f\ !t'
they were following. Men)I ,
order to the of the
appropriate blessings non-profit corporationto 'I
Hereafter .
And been no sin there would have been may come to Jesus simply fascinated -I IB reported by County Agent R. A. I"I"! I" 1
of God and to enter the promised $100000 and real estate hold-
... no dying. God wants men to be by His personality. There I Stratford. The bale weighed 41O d 'I! : \
land l
they must "Come out before Ing to $5.10.000 was signed byCII'cult I .
So pounds and was sold to a Jacksonville Iii II \
happy. He sent His son to die never has been but one Jesus j !
I on the cross to they can come la. Judge Bayard S. Shields broker for 33 cents a pound, 1,',i'',
litat save people from Christ. He stands out In I
sin. Yet millions who hear the to Himself Someone has said a There are now two musical instruments Officers were listed as John H. or $133: .30. It was rated as high ,j''' 1 I l jl.j.J
and works that In both Tabernacle and Curller White House, president" ; lint }
little quality
loop Gospel reject It. ; ,
s They have the you can compare one general withanotht'r O H. Cast, Luke Worth, first vice- I' :
L He la call a Trade- false Idea that sin can Mission Hell which will soon be _____.__.__ '.
iark. bring happiness -
''I tit. general one statesman used together. It is expected that president; Jerry \V. Carter, Tallahassee '
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,: Because when people are to their hearts. Somehow with another statesman, one they will add greatly to the enJoy- second vice-president; W. A HTAGGKKINO; TKOGKKHS! if!\J: 1' ,
Lninn in the valley he trades they scorn to have an Impressionthat artist with another artist, but ment of the musical part of the lMooiefield, St. Petersburg, The latest Invention announced A! I ;'
jS stones for food. Sin Is God has it In for men and there Is no one with whom t:
anal you services. secretary and J. L. Sparling, Orlando from London Is ail automobile I : ".
, iia.li, rat It trades a trem- that Ho wants them to be miser- can compare Jesus. Men may i treasurer. that, In addition to the normal r4I I;' \':'
j./I din, hand for a steady hand. Itradph able and wretched. God is no en- come to Jesus for a number of SilvioI'I' NEW method of progress, can move side- I\H\ ; '
the blister of shame for the emy to happiness. He Is a friendto reasons He was a teacher. He FOIL ways-more, It can revolve like atop I rL'lJ, '
It trades happiness. To you unhappy was an He Mrn. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentThe A RILE GENTLEMEN 'II'
8 ,,? modesty. a example. wrought This Is going to make park- c j\;\ I, ;
connection with Jefferson Davis }
that7ea ones let me recommend Jesus miracles. Here Is -
Cx bloated eye for an eye something significant ing a much simpler matter; having .41 :. !
Christ, He Rev. C. A. Crosby of Brook- we are reminded of a favorite
and bright. It tradesu'rinklehlt can bring peace to your In the light of the Bible: acquired the knlRht's move, ''I ,
18 f shama for smiles of troubled heart. No min can come to God exceptby er filled his regular appointmentat rule of his one well worth remem- the motorist should< seldom suffer 7\rw'\, '
of the New River Baptist Church Sun- bering: "Never be haughty to the ''r'' '
of of
( trades homes misery way cross Jesus Our a stalemate \ "
Hi, ., of happiness. It tradesbaucnery Men may come to Jesus as a only approach to God is throughthe day.Mr. humble, or humble to the haughty. ''I't':
Homes ." A indeed From that point of view tile I
rule for
and Mrs. W. B, good a gen
for honor and discord teacher. That is the way Nlcode- atoning merits of His Son Lozenby '
invention ought to a boon :
Jesus ChrlHt are attending to business in Valdosta tleman unafraid! Progressive prove -I' '
our Loid We have
101, pea a What people are mus dime Men may corne to Him Farmer. nut It Is to be hoped that it will I, '
itIn salvation In His We talk Ga., this week. '
who name
sin permit
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? ? to have some need supplied The be used with discretion and not (
,.)m" into their homes or Intoin to God In His name. We ask the Mrs. F. M. Morgan, of Valdosta law Mr and Mrs J. B Watson allowed to increase the possibilities Jf"6'' .
,! iv.s, Sin has never broughtLnpmr crowds followed Him because lie forgiveness for sin for Ills namesake Ga., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sunday afternoon of eccentric conduct on the ,! ,:
'+s to any-lwiman heart. could multiply loaves and fishes.It Weclose our prayers with I T. J. Dowling here during the \illness Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody have road. It would be unfortunate If ;, I tf'i I ) ,
.J 1'111 ,I''VII is a cruel master. He is possible" to come to Jesus for the statement "We ask this for! of her buaband who is in a moved to Mr. and Mrs Shiver's to sldlers and spinners were added to ',.I: I I '
B liS' people and then crushes ethics for "never man spake as Jesus' sake Through Jesus I, Lake City hospital mako their,, home for awhile because speeder; on the list of difficulties ,. j.-r 1 It '1
tit'If Sin Is always destructive He spake." It Is possible to come Christ and His atoning blood the'' Mrs. Watson, of Mnxvllle was of the Illness of Mrs. Shiver, ,encountered' there Christian 'I'r'' r ;:;!'".
,II, lOt create It destroys. It to Him out of curiosity. Zacheous vilest, most wretched and hopeless",, visiting her son and daughter-ln- who Is Mrs Moody'n mother. Science Monitor I .,I ,. I.I' .

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We, the undersigned citizens of I # ,+ '

AMERICAN Starke are proud to welcome you LEGION; I

Legionnaires, your wives and chil- f

dren to our city. We realize that we j th 1

have in you one of the strongest ,a

forces for good that exists in our

country today. Your good work did'''

not end with the war you fought so 4-W, ) r

bravely twenty years ago, but your #

influence for strong Americanism and


high ideals is still felt today and will : ;

continue to be felt years hence.CONGRATULATIONS- 1. $

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) q;;. PAGE EIGHT!: _______ BRADFORD COUNTY TELE( K.U'n. STARKE. FLORID.'u. -. .-.---- __ __ .n_._ -nUD.n'I- (,1 "11 ,II ulw Ill bswy
-- IltudlII. :OTICK I *d or I"vl.I.X., ..s held by the Statlie He. I I", '1 II, --::
agBradford I GUARDS; HACK .,pop,i.ii." I > I iiy,I,,.r) PI"rhtlt.In the i otIt t.,.m"It r \OTHK IK HRUKm' 'lltVEN) tocall ,advi'iilxedi\ .mid sold ti) the hltfliHI 111tttlllua, : toIf t.
hldiled tot rash BH provided byChapter '
County Telegraph (Continued from rage One) S'y'' fit Lot 2J & VII LutH "-7K.: irodlliiiH' nC the. Kutiito of lnlla 182U8:! i"f t th.. 11137 net of Till-1-H .
rIF ,. IH\f I t. I L ,
1 1.1.: :( J7. IK, Jl! & S'j of l"t- file hill Ilfal"'t.h |b i1
II Chime In t your
41,, n'. 41: & all I."IM. 14. 4u:;, 1 5.1, said '"11.. with the "County Hit irlHlutiirp'r, upon the followingrteKJtrlbeil by rertiCluue.,, N",", ,. ,"",' 1 I.'m, ,,
In the
entato County
p Established 1877 camp the new recruits of the Headquarters 54 In Wt." oil t lawn Him ill., SIM hangs I Ion 2Towiixhlp 22Last :' Judge publication within. Kla-hf nf this months notice. fiomriixt or of BnuKoid real, State of Florida. to- Meta unpaid llijtl\ i''iuxnnlll| i,t I", ,,,l'1 ""I, "' II'"'',1

Company were called Into !: containing. 131) Airen, momor Lilt 1110 will be barred by statutes. of wit: 10 1113S. both hulu",I""n,, '"
leaH also NEV: of NK-,4 Kxcept R 14ACII'M t. S3N.17. -" 'n'''tJn'
Kangaroo Court presided over limitations anti become void
The assessment of the said prop- At "BUli' of NIOi.1 & NWViof iild lux1(1''\ at' .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class l pay all debts owing said estate to '''"''I .
Elmo Struth. The .
( by Judge\ recruits NI3 of NWV HecHI alluhMwfpl.n >
erty under t'ie scald cutlfioutu ln- (lie. undomlifiieU an exeiutilx., N13'/t & % | i """" xp
gI Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Ovid Lewis Dan Hazen R. cued wan In (lit* name of ilectorCameron. HII.DAIlUr.MSIIAH12 nE.VCK.ICxeuutrlx Tp 7 B. R 29 13, containing14II ; taxes. will IK- sId, ,?, ''I>,: ,,I",n
10" bidder itt \ .
more or vln
Amen 1'I" '
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C. Long, Al Kay Carlisle and Al- Htarke. > "
I LTnleim ealit certificate shall lie The taxes 'In lx Bold csldenced" on the\ i"d I ,dn\ 'I
MEMBER bert Crosby, were placed "In the redeemed acinrdlnir to law the S-llt-4t- by ciM'tlflciile. No. 73 'and 98 of tier, HUH al 11 I.i il ,,, I,?, h I ''w.l ;.rt
will bebidder ated l thin ,, t li!
property described therein tiITUHt I ,
I nude" on the electric chair, a contrivance I 11132 an I 1 1934 ruBpectlvely rep-i I h 1
the"Ou.t 1U3H ,
oIARIAA PRESS ASSOCIATION sold to the lilvlieHt at :\OTUK.' OP .Htl.H OK TKliriKICATKK .\X resent unpaid l taxes tin the year I AtOFFI(7A1.
which sent electric shocks house dour on the first Mon ( : :' IH31 to 1IM8: both IncliiMlVB, amountSliVt ( KK\|.,
V I through their bodies while thecharges day In the month of October, 1931.whl..h VOTICfc! IS IllifUBY: lIVEN that lug' lu (171.56ALSO A J. TIKiM 1 a.
k .. r 3iotuxtrtct ?louafa' \;) made In the :3rd., day of October 0 (c. Kelley haM filed with me written : of HEH Kx N 18 I (Ieil! ,,1,' i'II'| ''', .
were by prosecutor
masHated request Hint the tax eerJtlcatuetogether ,\. & I3x. I1* 8 Acres & HI. of Hra n .. __ __ William "Blll>" Graham. After IIIU.IUl'Jo''IAL. thin 17th day "fUlI'u.t., 1 with all .subsequent ,,,nll- "SW4, ,. of 81JU\ *& &l/t ("f SEb4 of S-19-St-ll-3\) ,(.

E. Matthews ___nn__. __ ,_ .______Editor and Owner sentencing pants and run they through were given the their belt A. J.SKAl.THOMAS) -- MS.R.Johns--- --
Clerk of .f'lrcull 'ouri, ,.l lUiadford
line. They were beginning to sit County,, Florida
SUBSCRIPTION RATE down without difficulty Sunday. I s."!-Bl D-10 -

I Friday the boys were "paid off" FREE DELi1, Eli'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance
und In the afternoon loaded equip.
Advertising Rates on Application ment for the return trip. Satur
day the Company entrained for the. VS f i I PHONE

homeward trek which was made I 1
without incident except when one,
Starke and Bradford County should be proud of the of the engines had a brakedownnear i iI

initiative shown by the Jones-Langford-White Post of the I Klomtngton, Ala., which. -L 5 .
I caused an hour and a half's delay : J & Sons
American Legion in bringing a conference of the second dis- Tired and with enough camping I I

trict to our community. However, we should go farther generally to satisfy them the rent

1.han a feeling of pride and should actively cooperate with the of their lives the boys straggled I NEAR THE S; A. I. t>fI'IJrSJI

in with various tales on their com I / (),\ PKICKS:: ONLY
Post in making this event a huge success. panions and themselves.

Delegates will be here from all over the state and if they Merrill (Guardsman) McMillan

favorably impressed with Starke and declares he didn't have a bath for I //
.rc Lake don't

ih'nk for a moment that they will fail to tell their friends Ovid a week Lewis after, who leaving got off home to a and bad I s) 1 F L 0 U R 6 3

Lack home about the attractions of our community and the start by coming to the train when I 24 LBS. C

hospitable reception received here. the Company left for encampment I'I
In the wrong pants, continued his'
a' So be on your toes this week-end. Attend the dance bad! luck by being assigned toj| -

Saturday night and contribute to the fund that is being raised Kitchen Police duty, which Is bad 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs.

for Have smile of welcome enough In itself, but he went fur- 21c
a worthy cause. a for the visitors 22e
ther--he knocked himself out by GEAR GRITS SUGAR
and if a Legionnaire stops to ask directions, or any other bumping his dead on an ice-box
q / question, give him a reply that will plainly show you are gladto and spent three days In the hos SPEEDWAYOnly 10 Lbs. Quart -

have him with us and are eager to make his stay here a pital. the BICbEST Goodyear 19 ] 9c27c
Bill Graham and Elmo Struth lire maker, can MEALMAXWELL C SALAD DRESSING
1, pleasant one. each captured a blue band and Bill offer value cud,Don't a lire :

In short-give the visitors the kind of welcome and also wrested a regimental Insignia gamble onlittleknown I .

I treatment you like to receive when you are in a strange town from the enemy. Elmo declareshe onbrandtlrsa < Ior HOUSE Country RollBUTTER
had when 25c
a mighty funny feeling
yourself.IN. you can get COFFEE Lb.
when real
an "enemy" raised a till. cond.Y.ar ,
r o gun at him and fired pointblankeven lor.olasts. .

) though there were no bulletsIn money) 5 Lbs. 10 Lbs.
TWO MOUE WEEKS-A GREAT EVENT the cartridges. He also dares 17"i 14

r' 4 A great event, possibly the greatest that has ever taken anyone to offer him a sandwichfor 4 4e'3t 4.15.19 e,3D't7 RICEWhole POTATOESFancy

ift place, will occur in the lives of hundreds of Bradford County a long time to come.
Some of the boys declare they
six-year-olds in little more than two weeks. These children aren't going on camp next year If or Half YellowBANANAS

4Y will have reached the crucial moment when it is time for there are to be any maneuvers. In FARRIS HAMS 25ra 5 Lbs. 13c

them to leave the sheltering wing of their mothers and re- counting the casualties, It was ,
found that the Browns "lost" 426 C-3 u rr
adjust themselves to the companionship of other children of men and the Blues 317. ALL.WEATRIR 2 Lbs. Western
A 'h.-man'Glyn
their own age. Members of the Headquarters tlr at ordinary 25c 25c

i It is alwavs. hard__..n. to__ _realize__u__ uu along about this_n_!_' timp__n__ of__ Company attending the maneuvers .tra_.vu.milii. -. price.t.I OLEO PORK CHOPS., Lb. ;. -
were Lt. T T. Long, Com-
/ r i '' year that the summer has practically passed and that it is manding Officer; Lt. R. G. Kldd I.u. at. In no LOW MI $
$640 WE DRESS'
ii: ,; ,. almost time for school to reopen. But for many mothers the Jr., Communications Officer; Staff priest AS Fancy Fryers 19c

next two weeks will be & very busy time. They will be buying Sergeant Sam Alvarez; Signal Ser- THEM
+ geant James (Candy) Dennis;
new shoes and making new school clothes for the young First Sergeant William (Bill)

L'I ; ? son or daughter who will be the center of attraction on September Graham; Mess and Supply Ser- COMPLETE LINE OF

'" 5 5.Here. geant Elmo Struth; Intelligence

++) is the way one writer describes the opening of Gratton Sgt. Merrill Cooper McMillan, L. O. ;Jones Corporals R. C. Native and Western MeatsYELLOW

t school: Johns and Merrill Edwards; First FREETIRE

t "The big day arrives. Mother scrubs the six-year-olds Class Privates Reese Bradley, Wil- I -
liam Powell and Chas. Jenkins;
J.I until their eager faces shine like new silver dollars. The Privates A. L. Crosby, Al Kay 16% Dairy

( new dresses and suits are readjusted, the curls arranged and.I Carlisle, J. D. GriffIs, R. C Long INSPECTION 1 65 1 60

l I the hair brushed and combed. Immaculate in appearancethe William N. Long Ovid Lewis Dan I F CORN a FEED F FE
} Well gladly check
girl happy and the boy feeling rather a sissyMothertakes A your
tires-remove small of Cincy Laying c. s.
them to the great adventure of school! R. H. Smith, of Jacksonvliie was pieces 204 1.50 E
r visitor here glass, tacks, etc. before
a Saturday. He was they MASH MEAL
Hut in all the excitement and worry over new clothes
spending several days at Lawtey cause serious trouble.Come in for
and clean hands and faces, one of the most important things I where he used to live being one r E E

'1 of all is often forgotten, the writer cautions: of the first strawberry growers )in 'I this free service. No obligation. CINCY GRAY 1 60
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that section.
"Mother tells the teacher of the little peculiarities of D SCRATCH SHORTS D

each she admonishes Jane and Dick be Register Motor Co.
: to good and to mind \ni'ic"n
The city ""m'\I\ met August 16th WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS
the teacher.
t Thinking she has performed her duty, Mother 11138.!> at Starke, Florida, to revl.e
r loaves the children, together with all responsibilities with the reKintratlrm Invoke of the city Starke Fla.
of Starke; Jo'I.IIII., and the followIng I I.mn. -
the names were Htrlcken from the .__
teacher little
realizing that she has overlooked the most book for the reanon Htated' The

s important part of preparing her children for school-a health council,l Inv I will of lie,August in HeHHlon lol: .on at the23rd 8 I ,

check-up to if o'clock. I r*. 1\1., to hear complaint, If
lth see they are physically fit to assimilate theE I any and to restore any nameH that

knowledge which the teacher has to give." have been, II erroneously:l"endAlileiniHil. vtrlckenAiiHiln I WELCOME !

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room full of children to instruct has a real job, but If she Alvare Hi IIV. N'M.I1.ov".1.Illnk.ly. J.-Removed.A .

t'4 must try to drill knowledge into the heads of students who J,'..Mle 1\Iae-1.novpl. LEGION AUXILIARY
Blown Charlotte Julia He- AMERICAN LEGION
q3 are sick her task is almost impossible. Such a struggle is moved
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unfair to the teacher and to the child. (Clnrk. It. F.-Hemoved.Coi .
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Of course, all mothers want their children to look nice, Cnllov. J. 1ay.-It..mov.,1.
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e .w but they should also be just as concerned over their ability I Mrs T C Hemoved. 1II
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L + to learn once they enter school-otherwise the time and Doyle ,I. IItemoved.Daugherty .
r4.; money consumed in attempting to educate the child will be Forwvthe.. VBMCO-Removed.KliinnlKnn .
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sure that he gets a physical check-up before starting out on %V. (ll.-U..mov..d.
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I ,e, the most important adventure of his life. Laura-Iiead.
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, ,Pita p 1 4 WILL THE DAY EVER COME: ? Kite Klnlaw., Dl\vld-U..arl., J. H.-HemovedKlulaw ,

r Some time ago a high school class in a farming community ..tirerirren., Dorothv H E-.-Removed.I Dead. .

iS was asked to write essays on various farming problems. Iowry Lord ,J.Oeo.H,-Hn..mov.d Dead.

T.owry, Ivy-Removed.Ijairerirren KINGSLIYBtACH
i One boy wrote: "Two things are necessary to help dairy- DeliaM. -Dead.Uynn .

;y, 1' men. First, farmers need better organization ; second, far- l.y"In., J. CI. Francis-Removed.-Removed. .
Mortran/ J W.-Head..
$ need education about marketing problems.
; more Mitchell J. M-Dead.
+ ) 1 4 This is as true as it is simple, and it applies to all other Mack MooI", ..Joh.-Dpl\d.. Wm.-Removed.Mannlnir 2ND DISTRICT CONFERENCESUNDAY

branches of agriculture. Farmers who scientifically develop \MiinaHHii. ,, Arth..r-It.ov.I.lenrlRemoved

j and serve markets, and who are represented by well-financed, Montgomery' H.MI.M....-HemovedMontKomery B. M-Re. AUGUST 21
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organizations .
Peek Clara Ioulne-Hemoved.flttH
y"t), mers. They will face fewer periods of crisis than other, disorganized flltri Pearce, ,Rosa P. J.-H.mov.I.M.' -Removed.Frencott BOATING, FISHING

farmers-and in good times and bad they will earn H. A-HemovedPreHrott .
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P a better livelihood. Marketing cooperation simply means Illlly-RemovedNpnrkman BIG LEGION
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'' putting agriculture on a business basis which eliminates hit- Nellie-Hemoved.
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c IlA, and-miss methods, and so far us possible guarantees that the Elliott-Removed.WlllH .
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producer will have a profitable market for what he raises. Wllllniiii. T a., Jr.-Removed.Wllllaim NIGHT, AUGUST 20DON'T
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: Those men who have had experience with farmers' unions r<. WAI. .. - -- - -
Chairman, City Council.
and various cooperatives in Bradford: County have become ATTEST CARL :JOHN'S MISS THIS MEETING

discouraged and believe that it is impossible to unite our City Clerk.iOTirn .

+ farmers into a successful, efficient organization. Perhaps : or 'PP'.If"TIO YOU WILL ALWAYS REGRET IT IF YOU DO!

+;( fi we are too idealistic, but it seems to us that the farmers'problems Senate Foil TIIKKI Hill %.. llt.1NOTICE >: > I

will never be solved until such organization takes W.' H. Graham lit HEREBY, holder GIVEN of it/19 That ofl KINGSLEY BEACH

1', a place and we hope that some day, somewhere, the honest, Tax Ith, Certificate day of July No.A.171.D. limned 1917. h.1

efficient, self-sacrificing man will appear who can make this, made riled name application In my for office a tax. and deed toI 6 MILES FROM STARKE ON ROAD 48

e r dream become a reality. I lb. Untied thereon Said certificate I
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