Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 16, 1938
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LEGIONHALLproject ROAD 13CallahanIlaldwjn !I Ii I ,

,i EVER HELD IN STARKE 1,1), .j(;,, y If!

Is To Employ ShortCut L ,
Forty-Five Men I To lie Finished Negroes I'ole In Spite Of' Middletofi, Joints, A ira- 'f :

Several MonthsWork I Uy June Warning To Keep Out rez, Canova, Hoover, .' : t ,:. ,' ..

Of Politics Bishop, Named 'Alj 1: 1. ;
began uesday on the new Although no official announce 1\ I. "
legion Hall for Starke, under the ment has been received here the --- t .
pet-bugger days, when white Dr W
of H. C. Maxwell E Middle ton for mayor 1 {
senior Tampa
direction Daily states that robed ;
figures rode hard and fast Carl Johns for cliv.. clerk, A. I*. \ ":. 4
upervHor of building for the the Callahan cut-off, a 20-mile to .
WPA, stretch of Road 13 in Nassau I frighten newly-fi unchlsed negroes : Alvarez for marshal, and, I... A. l f i;t' '
away from polling places, Canova, H. A. Bishop, and Don L. Jf ) ,. ,
The project, one of those recently County, Is now under constructionand were recalled here curly this week. Hoover for the !; .
city council, were 'I t r")
for the will be opened in June, : j.
approved county, will 1939, Just as Monday night turned winners
Tuesday In the moat sen- ","t i :
coat approximately $6,863. This according to an announcement by Into Tuesday morning a modern Rational election
city ever held in
amount includes a contribution of Arthur B. Hale, chairman of the counterpart of the picturesque Ku Starke, "j'r(7 ;; :
e.: /
$5,863 from the WPA, $200 from State Road Department. C' i" Klux Klan of Civil War days rode ,/,
, '4 The total number of votes cast, l:; :y.
County Commissioners, $200 fromthe Considered of vital] Importaifce: to through Reno-Starke's negro ,
I i I
City, and $600 from the American Starke, the news that the "missing _. ., settlement, erected two small, 644, represented an imbellevabl .4 ,, o,'1 f::
increase of ) .
; almost "
1,300 <;.
percent ,
Legion.Mr link" is to be be''I ; burning crosses, and left behind
completed will an I
., ., I over the mere handful of 4A :
.. ; aii _,)Ir fifty-one : ;
greeted with enthusiasm official-looking note 'j
Maxwell said the project here. II r r warning negroes ballots marked in the .
J1i September "
might be completed by Jan. 1, As the situation now stands I I I i ; __. to "stay out of Bradford ': election of last year The total t f
and possibly before then. most of the tourist traffic coming t .i ____, County politics" or suffer the consequence I vote cast also represented ninety JI: :

building. 40x73 feet will be from the north ,. .i'I'1percent \-
The by way of Brunswick I of the number qualified- 1 : '
used for a Legion Hall, Boy Scout' and Waycross, Ga., is forced' : In its diluted reincarnation 725. 'i ":

meeting room, and Rotary Club through Jacksonville rather than ) Starke'a election-eve Klan wore The I ",
picture '
center It will be of log construction being able to take a twenty-mile''' I| ordinary civilian clothes rather City Hall presented at the of "J ), 3
II Tuesday was completely !tJJ 1 !
shorter route through Callahan. I, I than flowing/ white robes, and slow foreign to anything ever witnessed } ,.."\I:,.

According to Mr. Maxwell, the Once the tourists arrive In Jack- moving automobile. took the place I in a city election here. Crowd '. : "
sonvllle Yes sir That first step up from the street to the sidewalk in front of I of prancing steeds of ,
building will contain a large audi-i they usually head down School Is the most the Bradford County High yesteryear. thronged the polls all day long aDd Ij I
state by of the East Important one that these youngsters have ever taken. Pictured above are three i There was no disorder and demonstration : ,
torlum. with an elevated 15x26: | way Coast i no by ten o'clock In
beginners, "Sonny the morning '
Boy Cooper, Joan Dlnklns more I
and Mai Ian
missing Starke ; as they are about to be launched I other than the
(foot stage In the auditorium there entirely. upon an educational career that will take them from A.B.C 's through typing and shorthand burning than 200 votes had already been J
till be a dozen electric lights. With the completion of the "mis-stick to it long enough they I' CrOHHC'B cast. 13 .

Contained in the building will alsobe sing link", however, It is believed ; In spite of the visitation, election Forty-two of the sixty qualified y i" : I

two lounging rooms, two dress that the bulk of the tourist travel officials/ reported Tuesday negro voters cast their ballots in '

ing rooms, and two rest rooms. A will choose: the shorter route, I i I RECORD CROWD\ OF 859 STUDENTS ENTER I night that forty-two of the sixty '' spite of a Ku Klux Klan demonstration ( ij '!' ", )'..

large outside chimney, with a ten bringing thousands of additional I j qualified negroes had cast their here Monday night during '/10 ;

foot fireplace in one end of the tourists every year through this ballots at the City Hall which colored icsldont of Keno ,tff \ .

building will also be built, he said. county. / BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOR The parade started a few minutes were warned to "keep out of poll- :, > t
There will be three main entrances This unfinished stretch of road I 1938-39 TERM I before twelve o'clock from a tics." They used the same polls ua p 1 ,

one on either side and a has led a long and checkered ca- point on the Kingaley: Lake road did the white voters. 4&J '. "I\

rear entrance, as well as an out- reer. It Is generally conceded I Eight hundred and fifty-nine' the system of present day schools. Ing splendidly to the request for lust east of E.! .1. Vlvnn't nlurA. I After closinir ot th.. ,,nit.. II t .nn_ Qti ::0.ri', .6.
side entrance to each loungingroom that Jacksonville Int restha e I!I I Bradford County boys and girls Talks were made also by J. H. donations to help purchase equipment where the riders ;congregated.;:- : I down there was 'a--brief lull; I ..rti"l\ I' ,; .. I..

been successful for in'j I I thronged the old and new school Moore chairman of the School for From there i actual of .\',
and two fire exits. Each I many years this sport. they proceeded to Reno I I counting the ballots bo'gnn. ; .: ,.\ Jt
entrance will be well lighted, he preventing its construction for i I II I buildings here Monday morning, Board, and two other members, E. Out of the 859 students already looped through the heart of the From then on Interested citizens I p '.r., "

said. fear of losing much of the teurlst I when the forty-fourth term of B. J Lewis and W. P. Smith, Lorenzo enrolled, 196 have been placed In negro settlement, leaving burning flocked around the City hall 'i :{ThI s 1' .

About foi.ty-five men will be em- travel through that city. It is a H S. got off to a good start. The Green, chairman of the Trustees the new seven-classroom building crosses planted at the colored in ever Increasing numbers until f.tJ\ '. .'!;";

ployed throughout the construc- matter of record that Jacksonville I number registered through Tuesday and S. B. Sparks, a trustee member recently completed by the School Uaptlst Church and near a "Jook the street Wiyi almost completely ,. t f' ,\ :" .\

con of the new ball, Mr. Maxwelluid citizens have fought this project showed an Increase of thirty- also spoke briefly during the Board and WPA The Unit, one joint" operated by Henry Canada. blocked with automobiles and II 40i3 ', ":
just as towns from Fernandina to two students as compared with opening exercises. of the state's nicest, la the first of Coming out onto the highwayonce shrubbery was trampled In the I 1M .

Tbe building Is located on Christian Tampa and Fort Myers have/ appeared -,' the 1937-38 term., which in turn Mr. Grlffla Introduced Clerkof a, three unit addition, expected to more, the demonstrators en. dust by the feet of eager listener J 't.

and West Call Streets, just before the State Road Department showed a fifty-two increase over Circuit Court A. J. Thomas, cost about $79,000: when completed. countered a car full of negroes returning hanging In very available window. : "

west of the Christian Church. The urging its completion. the 1036-37 term. who was the only member of the There is an average of twenty- from a ball game In Jack- The race waa nip and tuck for awhile .'

property was donated by Floyd It l Is hoped that the completion A handful of last year's seniors, :, graduating.,.ciaaa of 1919. Mr. eight children to the room in the sonvllle. They accosted the driver, I between Dr. Middleton, who "I., -

of Road 13 will more than compensate wandering aimlessly through the Thomas made BO talk, and only, new building. However, the rooms Damon Dell, handing him a not has ,previously served four terms 4111 1. .\

for the loss of travel building added a melancholy note. rose In recognition of the Introduc- can accommodate thirty-four elementary attached to the end of a slick witha aa mayor, and N. D. Wainwright t'"j :.. 1
"To what rooms were you assigned rubber band, and of the Jr, young Inaurance ...
Green.MASONS through Starke that will naturally tion.Three school pupils. one men man. How $
1"' asked Prof. E. L. Williams\ of numbers were given by said "Here. ever, the j
HALTSoil result with the completion of a Class rooms in the new additionare Take this and readit. aa counting progressed J i i,
a small group congregated just the Bradford High School ." The Dr. \
road project now under way from County thoroughly complete in negroes In the car maintain Middleton picked up a slight 'i .
Jacksonville through Penney outside his office when the classroom band, under the direction of Carl .--1a.oll.'.... 'Tfl.",... I.,.._....... I......_._.._. ......n..- they did not recoenizH.. any, lead Which he maintained in tt\A :! f I. ,I. i.
Test On I''1' Farms Keystone Heights, Mel- bell rang. I Roberts, of Lake City The bandIs shaded windows.l and In the rear of of the men although they were end, defeating his opp<>'; nt-by a ;; ; ,

rose, and on to Ocala. I "We graduated last year, they being highly complimented on the rooms there are lockers for not masked. vote of 301 to 281. ; t ht"

The newly opened Farmers' replied, rather wistfully.The the progress it bus made since books, hats, coats, etc. Each room After these few words the procession City Marshal A, L, Alvares '\'. ';n,! ;,,' "

PROPERTY HERE'Market here is also expected to I opening exercises were presided starting four months ago. Several haa one entrance door. The build- drove away and under a maintained his reputation for being ;,}!': ''I"" ;1 I

benefit from this new short routeto over by Supt. A. J. driffls, violin numbers were given by Miss Ing has two toilets. nearby street light the nvgrooa unbeatable and his early lead 1 ,. "'.: ",
I who talked for several minutes, Anita Courtmanch, accompaniedby I In the tabulating was at time ,
the north. opened the note and read: no ::J, -
Following Is the number of students I
and later introduced other Mrs. J H. ,
speakers Courtmanch. threatened
by his opponent, J. U. t
Other I NOTICE 't"! ,
Data Being Gathered gathered on the stage including Mr. Williams, the new principal, in each grade: I II Sapp, night marshal, who was generally ,

By Treasury I MAY ENTER I Board Members and Trustees, said yesterdayu "School got off toa 'I 1st--85; 2nd-79; 3rd-- 4; 4th All Negroes Take Warning considered Alvurea' strongest -
STATE RACE I along with Rep. George Inman, the good start, and we expect one -94.: 8th-84; 6th-58; 7th-52;; Stay out of Bradford County opposition to date In the seventeen .JI',\ "f
partment Official i Rev. Frank Robinson, and the Rev. of our terms." 8th-:59; 9th-51; 10th-93; 11th politics or take the consequences. years he has been marshal. I t"
This la ;
I a white election. :
I Confirming a prediction made L. G. Hemmlngway. Mr. Williams alao said that football -79; and 12th-61. K K: K The vote wall Alvarez 403, Sapp ,

Officials of the local Masonic!' three weeks ago by the Telegraph, The Introduction of Represen- equipment was received Wednesday The senior class last year registered 163. ::1:1..

lodge Wednesday afternoon halted I'| Congressman Lex Green, told a tative George Inman was made I and practices are already fifty students on Monday, The note was typed on a ma- Upsets and surprises were the {. 'f! '
soil tests being made on their Call group of friends In Leesburg Tuesday and he talked at length on the ad-I being held. According to the new eleven less than the 1938-39 regis chine using a blue ribbon and the order of the day In the race In \\II

St property by Carl W. Schweizer, I that "If he ran for a state- j i: vantages of education and praisedCAFETERIAS principal, the public la contribut- tration. Initials KKK were signed In blue which eight candidates vTed for ,1 t

construction engineer with the wide office in 1940 election" It ink. The bottom of the lettersized the three pi to be filled on tho .

Treasury Department, public I would be either United States Senator -! note was stamped with a seal City Council. L. A. Ciinovu locum ,, ,'j"

building branch, Washington or for the Governorship ofj I "MISS MURPHY"IN bearing the following Inscription: bi-nt, led the field, with a vote i I' l.. .,
C D'I Florida. |I TOWNA Kilmund, Kirby-Smith, Knights of of 310. Second place went to Don f I' .,
the Ku Klux Klan. Klan No. 137 4'
Soil tests are a part of the routine According to an Associated L. Hoover who polled 274 and r ,: I

data required by the Govern- Press dispatch he told a group of i| In Five School very attractive Mannequlp, Local MarketPROPOSED i Ma third place to H. A. BIshop with i "'""J.r" i tf)

ment In connection with property friends In Leesburg Tuesday, "! am I named MIss Murphy" by the Whether or not those taking 2.10. Outdistanced were 0. L. I"f ,
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elected for public building purposes being urged to run either for GoVernor I town a one and only Joe Wilson, 11111. in me .lIlUnIJUIU Ion were 1'>- uuumcy, incumoent, witn z tu; w. '!''t '

Mr. Schweizer said. or for United States Senatorin I OPENED has caused quite a sensation within cal or out-of-town persons Is not H Hart, 235.: K A. Newsom, 137; t1;

It was recently announced that I 1940. I haven't decided which office the past few daysor since she definitely known. The only license S. E. SpurkH, 127, and Herman 'hi )

Treasury and Postoffice officials I will be a candidate for, but was placed In the popular Clar- I plate noticed had been covered H Young, 29. i:
Md it will be of them." Jean Call but the covering had slipped to Carl Johns, Incumbent clerk {
recommended that condemnation one Shoppe on street. 'I. ,
proceedings be Instituted Congressman Green, dean of the I Mrs. I"ucileoll"s Is In "Even some of the town's most Would Require Expenditures -I one side disclosing the numerals led the ticket with 559 votes to t"' r'. '

against tha Starke Masonic lodge Florida House delegation In Con- Charge Of H. II. S. popular men have mistaken her of $17,273 For 45--ttradf 01'd County's identifying only :52 for his opponent, W. D. "

and E K. Ferryman, partial owners gress, Is a member of many of the I for a real lady," Mrs. Jeanette Addition number. I'ender. fit"j"
of property desired by the I outstanding committees and will and Others I Klncald, one of the owners of the It was the second demonstration So unusual was Tuesday's heavy t; ,

Government as the site of a $70- enter In January his eighth term I Clar-Jean Shoppe, said In an Interview In the name of the Klan to be voting that explanations were naturally '
000 I each in An additional Improvement project made here Several sought In an attempt to : ,
; postoffice building to be con- of two years Congress I A cafeteria for B. H. S. with a yesterday.This recently. weeks account
| 'traded here. Rep. Green Is a member of the I new shop, bringing the best for the State Farmers' Market ago Paul (Pinky) Balsdrn, who for the phenomenon No t'i ,; ;,
I Mr Schweizer stated that action following committees: A ranking I seating capacity of 180 pupils, began grade of women's and children'swearing In Starke, amounting to $17,273 operate a place just north of townon one could give a clear and logical : i '

on"> their portion of the property Committee; Territories ,, school Monday. has recently undergone additional him to close his business as ; or, If onyone could, he "waan .f ,',

will not greatly inconvenience his tee: Flood Control commlt-// It IS under the management of alterations, painting, etc. warded to the Washington office noon aa It waa possible) to do so. telling" It Is likely, however '

work as the specimens may been the Immigration and Mrs. Lucile Johns, who also Is In Included in some of the recently of WPA after receiving approval The note was handed'to him by that the following factors bad t '
"" (tOni tion committee Green also Is Assistant of State Administrator Robert J. three strange men who drove I I bearing I on the situation! : The re- :\\i
any four parts of the charge of other units operating in purchased and built-in equipment yl, up ,
property, Soil tests are made for Democratic Whip an outstanding Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, and' for the shop are new fitting rooms, u. to niH place in an automobile, Hals- j iiiuvm UE inv pOll tax prerrquisite ', '.\
the purpose of ascertaining whether Democratic Congressional -I Heilbronn Springs. new shelves, and a full-view mir- C, H Nasworthy, chairman of den said It contained the same I for voting, naturally increasing ,!\, : '

or not a proposed site can sup position. I Lunches will be served for five ror Mrs. Kincaid also said a new the Bradford County Marketing aeal a. the one left In negro quarters registration; dlscuaalona pro and t"t; ;
POrt Mr. Green Committee yesterday said he received early this week. con, of light rates In effect at the '.; I
a proper foundation for a Several years ago I|j cents each (just think of It. Meals 1'u 11 line of wearing apparel in '
large Cross-State Canal legislation from William L. Wilson, municipal plant here and the possibility t "
the II
building. wrote will being served at 11:30In : woolens and Bilk has been received. Llndiiey Griffin, who also oper- ; '
, Several more days will be reQuired -I and Is still one of the most the begin moaning and continue until ---- ..-,- director of state markets, a communication ates a place near Balsden'a recently (If any) of the sale of the ;I'J" I j
of this bill. He in which Mr. Wilson plant to private companies; expectation ,
for Mr. ardent supporters received a similar note. .
Schweizer to com 1230.: The smaller children being To Complete RoadA :
plete his I that the project will be quotes from a letter he received of a spirited race for the ...t :;1,
report which, besides the predicts fed first. ---- --- ---
11011 tests, will include and completed and ready for use within PWA-State road building program from Mr. Dill. Welfare position of city marshal; an unusual 'lIp )
surveys The cafes are made possible to cost about J2.5OO.OOO that Applicants number of '
Plats for "
of the a few years. I "We wish to advise that project ..
available property, data conCerning and- 4- through the efforts of the PTA, was mapped Tuesday In Tallahassee -I No 4-1-B-50. addition to State, During the month of August the the city council; dlncusalon of tha ,

other information. utilities, RegulationsThe with the school Board furnishing by the State Road department Market, in Bradford County, in State Welfare Board of Jacksonville registration of negro voters ami. '
IS New .
limply' a The report dishes, and the County Commissioners included an approximate : the amount of $17.273, has been said forty-seven applications activities of the Ku Klux Klan out ..t f.,',
matter of routine, Mr. Library has adopted a few the cooking utensils. for the for old assistance \ ,
Schweizer appropriation forwarded to our Washington office I age were pending election eve \
lI1ea/tJ said, and in no way new rules so that the public may I Mra. Johns say that the cafeteria ,of Road No. 4ft, a distance$1:12,300// for consideration and approv- In Bradford County. Six were All these factors united to make 1. .

eo........,_.that_ .negotiations. have., been .._oH clean- and tidy books, Mrs. ._ ,', mllAM ftvtm.. ..--- OOLOV--rr, tn-., ___n'm'" a.-.." received: thlrtv.slx' were acted C------- f.t' "It v al..lnn'-- ...,.h". ... 0 The- r-dcu LOT securing me sIte. I fr.-H. Young, librarian, announced I wits DC Heu-aupiwrnug! an. *fc has previously been hard- I upon; thirty-one approved; fiveI equal I Interest might never b; f' ) ; f
Government wants 105 feet Is that this will successfully 1------- Action on the proposed additional -
week. hoped Raiford to the were rejected, and being disposed In the
e" Call J this from Sapp I none history of Stark ( ;
St. by 120 feet on Court for the I work out. A great need baa marketing facilities, Is expected ,..
.. Fines will be charged | settlement and provided a shortcut of for other reasons, the + -- : I I
"J In the I within a short time, It waa aald. rj'lagain
main business following offenses effective Octo- I been felt for facilities of this sort from Lake Butler to Jackson I Hoard said Townsend Notice i
? Starke. E. K. Perryman andO I The Improvement will Include a ,. ,
ber 1 ville via Macclenny. ------- + ---
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and the addition
Masonic for some time, and extension of r l
Lodge have thus far torn 2 cents, book .+ cooling plant an The club meeting next Monday
Each page -' ---- Won't Publish List
uted all offers made for their soiled 10 cents, book defaced by j j these cafeterias to the county fUls the platform. evening, Sept. 19, la especially Important '.': i I ,
Interest in I felt want. Teacher Assumes Place State Comptroller J. M. Lee r. I
the property. or crayon marks 1 cent to, a long an- Meaningful reports of h i' I
pencil 10 cents, each page turned down]'I Mra Johns said that the menu Mra. Bynum Perklna assumes Last year the automobile tire nounced this week that the former the Silver Springs maaa meeting '' 1; I 'J

Begins Revival 1 cent Jackets lost 10 cents; also,I consists of two vegetables, a health her place aa a teacher In the Brad- Industry bought 283.750.000 poundsof practice of publishing a list of will be given, plans for the future 'f'r ,

The Rev original fine of 2 cents per day 'I aalad, two starch foods, either ford County High school on a motion cotton for use In manufacturing occupational licenses Issued for will be presented, and 50 centa will t Co", '
W. T. McGuire and the I Board's recent meet- automobile tires. A haa the preceding will not be authorized be to, I
the all books overdue. I rice and bread or mashed potatoes at the process year given someone-perhaps to ,.
Rev. for I
a w. C. Burton will begin -', la charged be efective October and bread, and a choice of ing by W, P Smith, seconded byE now been perfected whereby rayon I for 1938. The license you. Everybody come. ,-- Ernest (

SePt, Z revival. at Theressa Sunday This 1938. will 1'1 drink or dessert. J Lewis. Is used In tires Instead of cotton. year closes Sept 30, Lee said. I Thornquest. ':,.'JI


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SCHOOL BOARD service $10.00, James Swindell K Township 6 South Range it 'I assessment of said property under I' and all debt',r* to pay the undersigned Article X of ,Ii? -
of said
KantThi said f rllfkat No 1122 was In the a. administratrix es. atnnd"d HO an ,
holding election. $2.00; W S Sib- son $13 \ .. and the assessment tat' Every pereu ""
asixnmitnt, or, 'he "aid prop name jf F C v'' '
WARRANT LIST lAY. holding election $2.00; T. B. B J uiul.-i' thi said iditlfhatc, 1..ued l is- of laid property under I MRS O W ALDERMAN.Administratrix.. real title or b.nofl, 11,, '.'.
I was In the of iSdna <". Maid rvrtlflcatc Nn 1123 was In the property "in, ,
$2.13. nunx li '
Trlest election C.
holding $2.00 resides
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name of Unknown. here'J' ?,to
Sullivan, holding election, $2.00; Slade $ .Unless". said' ,' tie I Unless said certificates shall b. makes ." I I", "' ,'
District Fund C. M. for tank J E ; ,, .rtfl'at. .hli, the redeemed according to law the properties *O'IKH OK 1AIK OP ''X nent home, or I n i h., ?. ,I' ,I.
Rltch at Hampton ,, described therein ba therein will be sold ('FHTIKIt'ATHtJNOTICE or another or oil' h..i -. i,,\. ',.
Rafortl Carroll trannferlnj $9t.00 N. Thomas kins $3 I wil \ d..rlb.d Courthouse IS GIVEN that urally dependont, ,, .':v .
; janitor .Id to the highest bidder the to the highest bidder at the HIHEBY shall 'nn'." ",' it
pats from Lawtey to Hellbronn. services $10.00. Andrew house door un the first Mon door on the first Monday In If E. John fled me written from be entitled .I i.., x,,', ',, 'I.,
In, the riitoijci HI: the Month of October 1938 which Is request that tax certificatestwethrr taxation <, M' ,
$2.00 Carl Ritch. repairs. $3403; month of IS. "PI''
; General 1"11",1KnIght bin $30 .. the 3rd.. day of October I the 3rd., day of Octob.r A. D 1938. with all .ub..qu.nt omit- ments for .1..lal i i 1",?,, ,, ,, .,,?
Nick Thomas. Janitor service July M I : Dated this 22nd. day of August, ad or levied taxes by State a..e..d valuation, ,.r, I 'th.
and Knight retainer b and sold to the highest ald Dollars on ,,. ..
Muted 193S
$6900: Cecil WhItehead traffic, $28.16 this 8th day of September, .1..11..0 contiguous I rca I 11 o "
cash as provided by '14
diroctor $15.00.: E. M. Bennett for 1938-39. $15000: ; Mary Smith RHAL) ( A. J. Chapter 18296 of the ItJ? act of ed. In Article to,II s,, 'h' I: ,".
THOtfAS. .
janitor .service. $40.00; F. A Scott. two days office work $3.20; Treasurer W. E I IWFI'IAI.. J. THO fS. Clerk Court of the 1"wl.l..lur. upon, the follow ( f'.> I in. j ," .,J
tb.rean.r. ,
Clerk of Court of Bradford County Florida. ing described real estate In lh.I t tin' : i '
rent. $2.00, E T. Stewart gas for Woman's Club library ex- $30.00, llradfuid rlr..ul, Florida 8-26-51-9-23 County of Bradford State of FlorIda by 'lie .r"1"J'.M, I 1, ,'"I'I.

$4.46 O J. Phillips T. J COUlty I to-wlt: inoii with &'tlie,,,. .""i '".
light plant : pcnnes, $30.00: Griffin Wall $ may be .
c'c.m. ton UDIMMI" I ,
Cor of of SW "
at 4A "
wiring/ Lawtey cafeteria. $20.00: freight charges on books, $323; $74.83, ('.' FOR NOTII OF EI.FTIO'llTo I Run "F 795 ft. IW" ft. NF.I of the ownei, o ",.
thereon .
.. 31
APPI.I''TIO' _.,
J F. Herring, labor on pump A. J. Grlffls superintendent's salary Mae .\. the Sheriff of Bradford County I 608 ft. Easterly 200 ft. E shall ae theli,'' :' ,
Peek election of ,
.1. L. holding I
$11.00. Louise sal ainptlon mm '
00 ,
$125 Warren Jake t ti I h
; 1 Certain land. U of Mrs. H.Spatkman '
NOTIC. >HRKKitY lIVEN, That Bo 1 It Known, That I, R A. Ora. and Dollar shall : .:
$2.00: P. Gaasett holding ary $50.00.: Percy E. Sullivan L. R. Pow"I holder ,.f Tax ( Secretary of the State of A W of Ry In SEV.of one person or I i.' ,,.' '

election $2.00: J O Boyd holding salary, $25 00, Florida Bank at ing $ ; A 281. Issued the Sib .rlf.1 herely give notice that a SWH Sec 28 Tp. 0 S. R 22 house nor .hnl nnv t 11.I .", <' : y
I I .., 129. has filed GHVRHtL E, 10 A. exemption ( \1
election $200: F. A. Scott hold Starke J M Reddish contract, i I R. V. my office made .. will be held In lr"df.rd FI.FCTIO'( The taxes to he sold are evidenced ceed the .Io0" .I" .',', '0.

ing election $2.00; Elam Lewis, $48.67; J. C. Smith plumbing on J, $81.35, ) for. a tax deed to be """" State of Florida. next. by certificate No.. 1071 of 19J3 re- imtloii based on, Hi',,.,i.,"," 'I I \.
I Said cerUrl..te embraces succeeding the first Monday In November spectl\ely and represent unpaid by such person 1
holding election $2.00: George : new building. $40.00: Bradford' Green $ folowlnl destrll! property In A. D. 1938, the said Tuesday taxes for the years 1932 to 1918 may prescribe npp, ",'rh", ,,'I. k ,.00
Bowers. holding election. $2.00: Hardware material for new building E. T. Bradford State of being the both Inclusive amounting to 1174.01. onable laws regulutlnL,? ? i, .,, u.ot .
election ,, *, to-wlt: .:lal'll n.\V OP IMOVK>IIIKIl ALso: NV4 of NWm' of NW>4 establishIng Ih., ,. I,',. ,' ', 'er
Eugene Grlffls. holding $63.80: Bradford Hardware art $2. West 25 Acr. of Southwest, Unied Slates Senator from Ex. 8 Acres on W A Also Vaultlot exemption. M s" -aidA '

$2.00: Call Glisson. holding election. trans. repairs $977; Starke Tele- '| Pency Quarter Northwest Quarter the Florida for six year of ( '4) Acre Sac 33 Tp 6

$2.00, J. D. Methews repairs & Northwest Quarter of /outh. from Jan. 3, 1939. 8. R. 22 E, containing 12 Acre, JOINT RESOUJTli ..s
phone Company. telephone ; west Quarter Section 25 For of the 2nd mol. or less. I an Amendment to Si., ti, ", 'rt
at Lawtey $460: O. J. Phillips K A. Winkler labor and light ship 6 South Kange 22 JJa.t. of the State taxes to ba sold ar..evld.need ,. lee 3 of the c.nstitut,' 7,,,' '' >

wiring cafeteria $10.00; Gassett bulbs $37.33: Rosalind Williams, I I'ont..lnlol 6S Aeres mor. of Florida, In Seventy-sixth by certificate No. 1312 of 1033 and ? .f Florida' RciatlL! ""t";
Mrs. II. Congress of the United State represent unpaid taxes for the year Publcaton of Not lei,. "f'.", .'h
Hardware janitor supplies, $390: office work. $13.00: J H. Moore, The assessment of the said prop For Attorney General of the 1932 to 1918, both Inclusive, amounting or i..1 T '. J o
Gassntt Hardware chairs. $7.00; under the said Is. State of Florida, to nn IT iiEsoi.VRD riv /"
board service $2 .00; W. P. Smith U8.9.
I Mr. was In the name 1. For Three Justice of the Supreme Said together with LATUltHJ OF.Till-i: \U' !.p1'
Gassett Hardware panitor supplies board service, $23 00; E. J. Lewis, Unless said certificate .hal be re- Court of the State of Florida. all subsequent omitted or Levied FLORIDA: That, ,N'' JP

$1270Gmsett: Hardware. board service. $2 .00: A. J. Grlffls. children ac"ol..ln. to prop- For Two Railroad Comn.I.lon. taxes will ba sold at the highest amendment to Setti?'I."| .f ';:'n t
Hardware I iting d"'rlb.d Ih.reln will be sold of the State of bidder at the Courthouse door In 8 of the Constltutleu, .r ,!t '''
chairs. $5.23; Gaaaett supt. salary $123 00; A. J. I the highest bidder at the court For One Member.of.the House of Starke on the Itl day of September of Florida a. amended a' 'th i ?I. Ia.

janitor supplies. $3.35; Gissett Griffin traveling expensed, $2 ,00; Sunday door on the first Monday IndO Representatives of the State of 1938, at o'clock A. 11.Dated at Is election In 1928 l 1", i '11'ii *' >
home by month October, Florida this the 27th. day of August hereby agree l. al" 0 j 1m.
Gassctt : 'hit.
Hardware. rake. $1.00: Louise Warren salary. $50.00; Per- the 3rd of for : *"
8i931ICI For Five County Commissioner .ubmlted ratlfcat,", ",r
Hardware repairs $1.35; Gasaett cy E Sullivan salary $30.00. I Mrs. Hated this Tth day of For Three Members of the County ( 138.OFJ'IIAL SEAL) ton. of ,"! r_ roJ.'h.

Hardware, janitor supplies. $2.00; of Board of Puhllo Instruction J THOMAS Florida voting .L' ,;..
Teacher Fund 11.
Salary ., anAL) Clerk Court of .ral election to h. hold it
( For Five Members of Bond Trustee of Circuit "
Gussett Hardware, chairs $3.50; Mable Wall $72.83. M. W. with A. J. THOMAS, s.ple"b.r'l *. Bradford County Florida.923t91 Section b"r. A. D. 1918.: that 1 k i 10! .a) V""

Cassett Hardware, chairs $8.75; Clerk of Circuit In Testimony Whereof I 2 of Article } of th.ated"Vn'"the I ha.
row $101.33, H. B. Wiggins $ Mor-// Mr. Bradford County, Sutton the State of Florida "
have hereunto set hand
Gasactt Hardware, janitor supplies Cleo Saxon $41.80.. Lorraine and and affixed the treat my Seal _.__._u __ __.__ _.__. b.u am.nded, ."0 p. tOread_ a. tell"'h.1
$2.00; M. L. Klein storage : of the'State -of FloridaatT.I..h..e. AU'.u' ; ". ;
$ 3.83, Floy Sullivan $60.16, I. B. I spent 1OTI'FI Kti.n OF TAX FOIt TAX IEEI) preceding" 3t. "Jill Ii
I 0' the Capital
$1.34 H. C. Green Janitor (Senate Hill No. ltws shall be
charges ; Cody 12033. Verna Sheffield Ralford ( t I'KH day of Sep IsnNOTICE form general and ? ,J1
.00 H. C. Green. 1 HEHKHV 11VEN that fr..t la HEREBY GIVEN, That Operation Ihr"UKh" '
services $3
; $66.50. Emma Hill $69.66, Blanche Mr. \ ..I n. Moore has filed with me tember A. 1938 W. H. Uraham holder of 26/29 of State but In all ra.e. not "i-,, the!!
work on pump, $4.00; R. P. Lewis Edwards $72.83, Joyce Futch r.qu..t that the tax cer R. A. GRAY. Tax: Certificate No. 173. Issued the4th. stud or excepted In that *.'mf.
as of State
janitor jll.'rvlce. $40.00; Bradford together with all subse- Secretary ., day A D. 1927, has the L"llelatur. may pass ,pec| To Hon.
$95.16.: Ila Reale 7283. Jewell Mrs. G. .omitted or levied taxes held A. O Andreu Sheriff filed I .OflnJU my office and ha* local .,. now I 0 ri

Hardware, repairs $2.53; Bradford Roberts 7600. :Mrs. L. H. Futch Dyal the State be advertised and void Bradford 9-9-91-11-4.County. made application for a tax deed to after otherwise'I

Hardware janitor supplies $3.13; the highest bidder for cash as he Issued thereon. Said certificateembraces stltutlon: PROVIDED"hat ;l
$79.13. Lois Mayes $2500: Lois I Mr. and the following described or special bill shall b,, pLE0d ?'S
by Chapter 11121)6 of the
Bradford Hardware janitor supplies Mayes $47.83. Llllle McRae $69.66, Harley acts. of the upon RIIKHIKP'N SAtMNOTICE property In the County of Bradford shall any local or special how it2f I
IS HEREBY lIVEN that llshlng .llh.
L"II.lature. S i
$10.30; Bradford Hardware. Ruth Frazier $53.83, Grace Ford and following estate under and by virtue of that certain State of Florida, to-wlt: ties, or or abllelln"th,'"lnl'lp.l.'
repairs $12 55; Bradford Hard I the County of Bradford State of writ of execution Issued by and H" of Lot U A All Lot 27. 28, men t, prlYldln. i
$60.16 Cleo Andrews $41.16 Nor- and !
to-wlt: *6. 37. 38, 39 A of Lot Jurl.dlcton r rat.
under the 8. ,
We hand and official seal of terlng I
ware, janitor supplies, $1185; man Johns $76.00, Luvertla Shep- T.ot 4 Sub-l>lv of HWl; of SW' the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofBradford 41, 42, 41 A all Lots 45, 5.1, passed unless. notice, m if. air',, ,k'?
ness of I lot 87 K W 54 i In Woodlawn Section 29 '' Mo"
Bradford Hardware $2.75 Brad-
; Ro. f..t County Florida and bearIng to apply thereforhall
herd $53.83 Lubedla Johns $44.33 -
N S In NW Cor. Sec. 20 Township 5 South 22
wish f. 8 Tp. date the 31st day of July, A. Hanl. In the ,, ,
ford Hardware janitor supplies, Mae Wells $57.00, Slmmie Hunter B 22 K. 4 Aires, more or D: 1931 on that certain judgment Iaet. contalnln.130 more Cubllshvd the malt matter":. ,a, 'td4>

$1.70; Bradford Hardware, janitor $100.00, Robert Strachan $65 00, Mr. I... of Bank of Starke a banking corporation I. to be affected maI I >: Ibl.,, ,,
.. taxes to be sold are evidenced Frank Hand- The assessment of the said prop which notice shall I Ix- ,', .
$1.75 Bradford Hardware Sampson vs. t ,.
supplies, ; Frances Tyson $50.00, E. E. Evans Nos. 640 & 1463 of Icy and plaintif. a erty under the said certificate Issued the manner provided I In li".4,
janitor supplies $3.05; Brad $75.00, Louis DuBois $15 63. R. L. of Mr. and 19.13: r".p.ctve-Iy. and rep- doing business In. the nan.. of wae. In the nan of Hector thirty days prior to 'HIM. i' .fAl|

ford Hard, janitor supplies, $9.15; Sunday. unpaid I ot\ the years Handlev Brother and W. O. IJempey Cameron.Unless Into the L."I.tur t ,
$3.10 R. L. Smith $36.75 I '191H Inclusive, amount- defendants, and bearing date said .hal be bill. The ,., ,
Carl Rltch freight on tank, $13.88; $60.55. I redeemed .. the has I I. 'in.
Dorothy Harold $50.00, Flossie Mc- Miss the 9th. day of May, A. O. 1931, and ac",1111 on published hll'' Slab.
Bradford Hardware, janitor tax certificates together with of record In the public records of property therein wIl be Ilshed In the Leglslatn, "
London $13.75, Flossie McLendon ner sold to the bidder wIt
highest the hill
subsequent omitted or Levied said lie I
Bradford County Florida, I I "hal l.a.I.
plies $2.95; N. Thomas janitor $3625, Lenora Caffey $ O.OO. t and will be sold to the hIKb..t have levied upon and will on Mon court house door on the first Mon- den. be filed ,' .uji vi.
at the Courthouse day In the month of October 1918, with the In the '
day the 3rd.
Ophelia Bryan 6966. Alice Mc- Branch, on the 2310 day of Septem 113*. sell the day following of October described A. D. which I la the 3rd., day of October Secretary 11 State l In i .!h,

Coy $50.OO. Mable B. Richardson and Miss 1! 18. at o'clock A. M lands lying and being in Bald Bradford 1918 as the Legislntrt.htll! VuF
I this the 3rd Dated this 17th day of August and the fact that ,,
: ; BUSINESS son Taled day Septem County Florida during the "url!"
$50.00 I. J. Keller $15.00, I. J. 1928 established In the [.eWkt' v.
\38. legal hours of sale In front of the
Keller $27.50 I. J. Keller $44.00, Mrs. 'J'lCJAL SKAT) South door of the Court house In (OFFICIAL SEAL) In every case be re i' d., hal,
I J. 'I A. J. THOMAS. of the Senat J.I
..rnal. 1.1 I
Starke Bradford '
I DIRECTORY M. E. Roberts $1373. M. E. Rob- of County Florida to Clerk of ,
of Circuit Court of the highest and beat bidder for of Circuit Court of n.u. Representallv'
, erts $36.25. Geneva Hartley $33.00, with her Mradford County Florida. to-wit: a one-fifth undivided Interest cash Bradford County, Florida. however, no ptibli. j' 110\1.*

Cenus Robinson $1 .OO. Cleo Had- I M. : .3.9-a1. In and to the South half of 8-9-61-9-16 such under law when shall such be la"r. qulr,- n <,i '_\r...
South half of Northeast
ley $ O.OO. Pearl Smith $50.00, qu.rt.r of pioxlslon to the efec-t tin
Miss Northeast an"
( OF APPLICATION FOR quarter and Southeast NOTICE OK FOR shall not become 'I .
"PPI.lrATIO' 1
Annie Louise Gaines $50.00, J. A. home TAX J I>KRMenate :. quarter of Northeast quarter of Section fee live until ratified" .ath., *f

;. The drink Jones $65 OO, Dora Sanchez $50.00, .weeks at ( Illll '. 16:U Twenty-five, and Southwestquarter (0enate Hill No. ISIS) at a referendum elect I ,i t t'ed pp 0,0' .
() IS HBKEBY UIVKN. That of Northwest quarte. of NOTICE ISHERKBYOIVK.V. That and held In the terrlt e-- ,fr.c'.1'
that Geneva C. Williams $50.00, Grace Addison. Henry Andrews, holder of Tax Section Thirty-two at K. D. Stanley, holder of Tax Certificate In accordance with t p c iMn,
Robinson $12.50. Mildred Paul No. 84 Issued the Tth Five South, Hangs East for the No. 920, Issued the Tth day therefor contained In iu-1- HI 0
1Ik of A. I>. 1938, ha. purpose ot satisfying said execu of August A. D. 1913 has filed same provided by general law
il everybodyknows 2950. Mildred Paul $8.00; Helen Level !|I I same In my office and has tion. I In my office and has made application -
Cody $79.13 Cleo Andrews $2.17, i application for a tax deed to A. O ANDREU, for a tax deed to be Issued
day. ,i Issued thereon. Said certificate Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida. thereon. Said certificate A JOINT RESOLUTIl' A 1 i'
"Z I. J. Keller $16.OO. G. E. McCauley Miss :'j I I .. the following described 9-2-Et-9-30 the folowln.described property.mbrac.In an Am.ndm.nt IX to Section ; r.tide .
of the ,
$91.83 Agnes Knowles $76.00 I i I In the County of Bradford. the Bradford State of Ida Con.luto" ''Flnr.
1 Relating
bedside of "Florida to-wit: NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR Florida, to-wlt: and Pi,
<: Harmon Morgan $63.33 Muriel TAX nance hv Adding Thereto a Keqnlr.
Quarter of Southeast U"JEI East Three-fourth of Northwest .
5 Norman $63.33 Sorchle Baird day I Northeast Quarter of (Senate Bill ) Quarter of Northwest silent Provide That the Legislature. Slul
hope to Quarter Kast of NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. That Quarter Section 10 Township 9 for HII.lnl K., j, t
: $69.66, Annie Laura Elston $66.50, .. Defray State !
L. rt.
Starling holder of Tax Certif South, A".rprlatl.n-
10 Township 6 Range 22 East containing I for the
Melva Crosby $47.50, Ruby Mae .0't Hectol Bait, Contain bates Numbered respectively, li 30 Acres, more or less tern of Public Benefit Free of the Scho t'nlfr l cad Sm'

cocACOLA DOT. CO. I Perkins $11.40. Louis DuBoIs $3.20, 60 Acres more or less of of 839 837 Issued Issued August 1, 1933, The assessment of the said property the State Institution,, >r. Hist]'n-
August 7, 1933 4/5 of
assessment of the said prop the said Is- ,
r Mrs. Lucille Johns $2 .OO Carl Every 841 Issued 7, 1933. 852 Issued c.rtflcat. Learning a Fait >f 'is'. xpenw
; under the said certificate Is Au.u.t .u.d was In the name of the State and > u, #;"'
WE ARE Roberts $50.00, Arthur McRae Lakeland was In the name of Ilr". Alice In August 133. has fled same Unless said certificate shall ba ccdeemed Th.r.wlth. "It
my office application according to law the .
11 : PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS $66.50. Beverly Cady $53.83. Mad- ...said c.rlflcal. shall be re- for tax ba Issued described therein will b*property soldto Be IT RESOLVFD H\ Till "

allne Crosby $42.33. A. C. Jenkins of coffee. ac"urdll the prop- thereon. Said certificate respectively the highest bidder at the court FLORIDA LATl'RE: OF That THE M STA. 'E" ,:OP
embrace the following described house door .
they are d..rlbed therein will be sold on the first Monday In .
$12.50, Lnvertla Shepherd highest bidder at the court properties In the County of the month of October which amendment IX of S..t'.1trl.' ;

CARPENTER'SThe $16.33, A. O. Jenkins $27.50 A. anything .. door Oi the first Mnndav In Bradford, State of Florida, to-wlt: I I. the 3rd. day of b 193. relating of the to (on.Utut''""d ''I.1 b.'|

I comes of month October, 19.18: which 1/2 of Certificate No. 837, embrace Dated this 22nd, day oi August, and the ,, ,
C. Jenkins $35.00, Sarah Jenkins same Is hri t
Lots 29. 36
Rexall Store the 3rd day of October 1938. 37 41. 41. 44, 54 inWoodlawn 19155 and shall be '. ,.al.
1. $40.00, Teresa Crosby $19.93, Beverly new deal this 8th day of September Section 80 Township 6 (OFFICIAL SHAD iried electors lubmlt'd'' F1, A filtMI j
and South Range 22 East., containing A. J. THOMAS .
Ida for ,
I Cady $17.50, Lois Mayes ratification j. 1
70 Acre, more or less.
SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
the -
Line of next
, : Complete $25.00, Melva Crosby $20.00, M. W. for It.But. A. J. THOMAS IS/33 of Certificate No. 89. embraces Bradford County Florida. to ba held ensuing In gi I'I.1'1!'

Ir r I GARDEN SEEDS Morrow $101.33. H. B. Wiggins Clerk of Circuit Court of 61 In Lot 28, 38, 45. 52. 63. 60, 8-28-St-9-23 ,. to say that Se.tlo'.!' J .' 111'fh
Woodlawn Section 80 Township
Bradford County, Florida. IX of the Constitution ..f I I
Also 6966. Lorraine Smith $ 3.83. It 5 South, 22 F .
containing -
nanl. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR and the same Is herein n r ;" e
FEEDS & FERTILIZERS Floy Sullivan $60.16 Ophelia Bryan Berlin or 80 mol. or less. TVX J IIRRI as to read a. follow
t ; of
4/5 No.
they C.rttcat. 84. (sends Illll Vo. lEt) "Section 3. The Legi' 'iprovide na
$69.66, I. B. Cody $120.33, Ver ('':riKirt,,'run: 89 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That 9'
SISTRUNK'SFISHING raising rcnorufrav
na Sheffield $66.50 Emma Hill about TCI HEREBY lIVEN that lawn Section 30 Township 5 South, Albert holder **
( "D''OD 44 af .__ Ol..on. of Tax the exnenMen if '\ -
nas iiiea Who me U --', .,"S .
I $69.66, Blanche Edwards $72.83, They 1. Turn.r more or less. .u" Issued the 2nd day eluding .
request that the tax certifi apprn.rtot ,
A. D has filed I benefit of ,
, I Joyce Futch $93.16, Ila Reale :.1 thoughts. .. together, with al subsequent rertfcal.No. 8R3, embrace Lots same In mv office 191. made application public free schools pi ,d,'' 0'
4. 20. 28, 20, 30 39 A
TACKLE $72.83, Jewell Roberts $76.00, Mrs. I would be be or advertised levied tax.and held sold by to 11. 'Vof\ 1 1 44 2 Woodlawn., Section thereon. for Said a tax certificate deed to embraces be Issued cordance with and Article tli Ml*.

t ti All Sizes RifleCartridges L. H. Futch $79.13, Helen Cody I to the ." bidder for cash as provided a Township I South Range the following described property In {on.Ututon. Highel'o, I., ,

. $79.13, Lois Maves 4783. Lois!I stale Chapter 18296 of the 1D37 acts 22 less...., containing 115 Acres moreor the County of Bradford State of each fiscal. and il L ,
the Legislature the follow ,
upon Florida to-wlt. dent sum to thi
Mayes $25' .00. Llllle McRae $69.66, homes at described real estate In the And containing all 285 Acres, n"gln at Northeast: Corner of Interest of the pay.xloln.i I' '' "

Ruth Frazier $53.83, Grace Ford You of Bradford State of Flor, mote The or assessment less. of the said Northeast Qu..rt.r of Northeast ness of the State.

HARDWARE CO. $60.16, Cleo Andrews $43.33. Nor- too hot, .to-wlt'ft. 8 :of Block C., N. J. Jones ty under <,i of said Certificate propel No. South Quarter 1092& Run feet. West Hast 819 319.Feet, A JOINT RnSOLt'TU' _. Ian '

man Johns $76.00. Luvertla Shepherd -I That's to Stai'ke, Section 2ft I 83T was In the name of Herman A.ludger North 1092 feet to feet Amendment to An" "' **
6 South. Kange 22 ( ; the assessment of the said Hectlon 14 Township a"llnnlnl Conslltullon of Florldn. f .. 5
North or SouthEast $69.66. Lubedla Johns $44.33 .... property under 16/33 of Cerlflcat. Range 22 East, containing 10 the State Mllltln bAddl '
Mae Wells $57.00. Arthur McRae taxes to he sold are evidenced No. 839 was In the n.m. cf Acres leas. an Additional Seotli" "n 'l
or West Nos. 600 A 1177 of known ; The assessment the said The mol. of the Bald pi Ion Me to the Federal I Iert >II< .1I !
Give it a Test I IYou'll $66.50. Beverly Cady $53.83. Mada- respectively, nnd rep I property' under 4/5 of Certificate erty under..."m.nt the said certificate prop I"-- Troops Known l Id

fJ line Crosby $43.33, G. E. McGau- ed more unpaid taxes for the years No 841 vas In the name of Unknown sued was In the name of R. K W. Nlt"'n,1 Oiiard
find- !) to 1'l.H. both Ilclu..IY. amount- ; the assessment of the said S IT ItKHOLVEDJlT HI. ,E
ley $91.83. Agnes Knowles $76.00. Sir John Illnfest.tlnlexs "
Our MILK tile BeatPeterson's to tit: .16. property under I Certificate No. 552tva said certificate shelf he Tsr.ATlTnE OF ThE -
Harmon Morgan $63.33, Muriel .. tax certflrat.... together with In the name of Unknown. to law the redeemed FLORIDAThat: fl 1 '
. Dairy Norman $63.33, Sorchle Baird : The :u nr Levied I Unless said certificate, .hal b* ....c..ordlnl, th.r.ln will be sold amendment to Artlcl, \ I.
\ will he sold to the highest redeemed according tc 11.lrol' to the highest bidder at the Constitution of Florldi" '
$69.66, Annie Laura Elston $66.60, I dredth of at the Courthouse, door In I ., described therein wil b. house door on the first Monday court In the State Militia bv a.'

UNDER EXPERT HANDS Melva Crosby $ 0.60, Mable Wall not be on the 2310 day of Septem sola to the highest bidder the the month of O..toh.r. 19H. which an additional Section XIV
Court-house door Section ft of said V
I 1918. at II : o'clock A. M. on the first Mon. Is the 3rd '
Robert Strachen $6 I In day 193. specially applicable tc, *ra i
7283. .00. .. this the 3rd, day of Septem day the Month of Oclob.r. 1938, Dated till 22nd.
That's where Frances Tyson $50.00, E. E. Evans 1918. which Is the 3rd., day of October, 1938 ** day of August, Iv recognIzed State I.a. n.
the National
A. n 1138.
SEAL) nUlro
you are when $7 .00. Louis DuBols $7300 Dorothy :\01'1('.: A\. J. THOMAS, bated this the list., .day of August (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS) agreed to and ohal ItIr

:, :. 'ou"re in our Harold $5000. Flossie Mc J Clerk of Circuit Court of A I>. 1938.!) Clerk of Circuit Court of to Ida the for electors ratification ,tithe Stat.-
.: ( : Bradford County, Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Bradford '
shop. Lendon $36.25 Lenora Caffey NOTICK -3t- -23. A. J. THOMAS 8-26-5t-9-23 Florida next General KlectlotIn

ODD ( / $3000. Alice Hall McCoy $3000 Mrs. (' .. Clerk of Circuit Court of "Section 19J8. a \,
) Tax ('.. TO COMTHttTOHR Bradford County, .1011.IDA '
3 Friends Barber ShopW. Mable B. Richardson $:10.00, A. O. Tth day IOTI'F be accepted for wiring a-2--9-30.. Florida NOTICE OP EI.ECTIOV OlTARDv ba In '" , .

Jenkins $12.50. A. O. Jenkins has tiled "llellhronn Elementary School CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS the 'I Isame
B. MUNDV, Prop. I II made .. until Friday, September :\0'1(' OP APPLICATIONFOR WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 recognised National It'
2750. A O. Jenkins $33.00, Sarah -I be Usuvd under the Constitution of 1885. of shall ba sul genr "Ind

Jenkins 4000. I. J. Keller embraces A J. ORIFFIS. <*.enale Hill No. 1 IUNOTICE : the State of Florida, did four Ject to the lawful. lord." f
SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE I IS HEREBY Joint Resolutions I nov.rnor. who .hll
: properly ( GIVEN That proposing amend. 'Ishall
$7 .00. Geneva Hartly $ O.OO. M. i, r In Chief (h> '
State of : George Keen, holder of Tax Certificate ments to the Constitution of the :J'L .'
I Estimates Cheerfully I E.: Roberts $13.75, M. E. Roberts Lot 1 ('.] OF APPMCATIOV FOR No. 4TS, Issued the 3rd. day of State of Florida, and the same were the be supported Florida > -;..
August A. D. 1931 has filed aI..d to by a vote of three fifths bv State of i iprovisions
Given Truby T\X KF.U same In "Iorganising
$3625. Cleo Hartley $30.00 Pearl of law prescribloS
I Ion of (senate Illll No. 1539 my office and ha* made applicationfor of all the m.mber elected to each < Idlsclpllng
Smith $50 Annie Louise GaInes I deed house; that vote on said Joint : arming, gov :
00 IS HEREBY OIV JN. That a tax to he Issued thereon. said National 301 !

E. A. WINKLER I I $50.00, J. A. Jone$6 .00, Dora Kast. Keen, holder of Tax Cer Said certificate embraces the fol U..oluton. were entered upon their accordancevlth the A. :tgre. ) |
Journals with
\ The .".. Numbered respectively. SSI Inwlnl d..rlh.d property In the the yea and if 'It I)
; Radio and Electric ServiceYou'll Sanchez $50.00 Geneva C. Williams erty 2nd, 1931. 1122 Issued of Bradford State of Flori and termine nay thereon, and they did state. re..laton. ;;
. and
direct that ..,
sued 7. 1933 and 1123 Issued Au- d... to-wlt : the :1.
$50.OO, Grace Robinson was Joint Resolutions be submitted pertaining. (c) Offlcerierally 'a
I lnless 7. 1011 has filed same In m Northeast Quarter of Northwest tar
EnjoyEATING I $50.00 Flossie McLendon $13.7 deemed and has made application Quarter Section 24 Township the .I..tor.Election of In the !State at the General rpeolnl.ed N'lon/ ero.

Slmmie Hunter $10000 J. M. Red. erty ",' deed to be Issued thereon. Said 8 South, Range 22 East.containing NOW. THEREFORE November, I, 1918.R. A. ..hal. be appointed, and abut> A
I Ii 1 the ". respectively embraces 40 Acre, more or dlsch 51 n
to .
to .
With Us Gray of State .. .pen.lon.
dish 4000. Mae Wells $2.27. Mae described lens Secretary of the Stain ret" '
house following properties of Florida, do :, moval or compulsory .; ,. j
i: OrangeBlossom Wells $10.73, Pency Adkins $2.27t| the County of Bradford. State of The assessment of the said prop that hereby Ilv. notice such solely on the bA.I. >. ", 1
: -
t. I Is the : : to-wit: erty under the said certificate Issued aGI proflcl.n.y. character BI ,Pas :
I Pency Adkins $21.73 Chester Andrews ER 'L F.LF.CTIOf icr
Paled Certificate No S51 embrace was In the name of Lawrence accordingregulation ,.
I II $339 Chester Andrews' .. Quarter of Northeast Developing Co. will b In each county In Flor. .and usages u; ,
13.10J..JCIAI. A all West Half of Unless said certificate .h.n. ba ida on Tuesday next succeeding the by law, anything In till I' ,n.1
Cafe $7461 Lester $3.90. Lester) redeemed first Monday In November, A. D. notw I tb.t.
l Quarter of Northeast to law the to the contrary ,
I I t Slade $56.10. Jake Sapp $2250.1 (' .. ". .A All East Half of property, a."orolnl. therein wil be 1911.EIGhTh the said Tuesday being the lon. (d) The qualirlcotlccers 4eraRecognised '
Quarter of Northwest sold to the highest bidder the NOVEMBER and soldiers of time F ,
Jake Sapp $9.50 Bell Reddish for the North of Public Road & court house door on the first Mon. the said tlr'I.r or rejection of National OUI hl-o!
$2.23. Bell Reddish $27.77, H. C. i Half of Southeast Quarter day In the month of October 1938, log pro po.- prescribed In in'I: '. ,

\0' Wall $3391 E. T Stewart $2.81. ,' \ Northeast Quarter Section Z which 1931. I I. the 3rd dar of October ot the .State of Florida Con.ltutoo: promulgated In of 'h" J.general ,
6 South Range sp.clfIcatlon
SEUVICE.I J. E. Adkins $102.09, J. E. Adkins < .. containing 79 Acre*. a Dated this 1st day of September the A Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION of Section Proposing 7 War Department" ,'

$3.91, Levy Norman $18.99. W. E. NOTllf I.... 191$. tide X of the Relating of Ar- The votes cast In rompilt'said ,t''
, \ Certificate Nn. 1122 embrace (OFFICIAL SEAL) to the proposed amendmeatlcanvass ; :u
t Sapp $9.50, W. E. Sapp $600 L. ,l" I. 3. of Block 27. Living A. J THOMAS, from ..Ex..mpton. declarations an'i
OPEN DAY ANU NIGHT ,, R. Starling $13.56, L. R. Starling II I ',f :, It Co** Addition; to Clerk of Circuit Court nf IT thereof, shall be subject ",
name In n. In I..t of North Bradford County, Florida. TF RBSOI.VED BY THE LEO- same regulations and ""*,
t Houston Service Sta. $31.44, Ed DurbIn $18.99, Ed Dur-i, nllcatlon Hal 24 Town 9-2-61-9-30 STATE OF are provided by law *

bin $16.01, E. T. Stewart $62.19, | thereon. .t, A South Rang. 13 E.8 FLORIDA: That the following elections In the State of WHEN"Fl'j. (
i of Section TESTIMONY
t the f I Certificate No. 1133 .., NOTICE 7 o-f Article IN r
Levy Norman $1.01. J. S. Austin X of th* Constitution hereuntihand
PLUMBING : NOTICE 13 of the Stat. I have ',.
I the >ts 4, 5 of Block 27 Livingston. HEREBY GIVEN to of Florida <> '*v
Prompt Service !1 $6 33, George Rhame $6.00. Levy Florida : : I A Go's Addition to Stark all creditors of the estate of O W. of homestead relating from to the exemption and affl st*.t<. i rr).
of the
taxatIon b*. ( )
!' Com. West Halt of Northeast Quar Alderman deceased to present their
Norman $10.00. A. L. Green $3.89 and the same I. Tallatias
I hereby to. Ida at ; ,
Reasonable Prices I Corner Section Township 6 claims against the estate to the "r. <
I A. L. Green R. and shall b* to Capital, thl. the ;
$66.11 V. Alvarez .ubmlted
Let Me Estimate Your Job Streets Rang.. East. County Judge, duly sworn to within tore or the the General of July. A. '
1 t $3.89, R. V. Alvarez $68.11, Angus Bast ', I ". .u..nt of the laid prop. eight months from first publication Electon of Representative i 1938, .DalA'
No. 351 of this will : : 4'
C. M. RITCH 1 Hoyt St. unde. said Certificate notice or same b. or rejection
Davis IS.35. J. K. Douglis $3.90, J. : the I Is tlr,
Inning name of Unknown! the barred by statute of Imlaton., I. _!. fcai la- laid of l-Il-llt-11-4. 'c

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: T. -IiUSTING-S" ', I II ARMY WANTS I I THE CRIME PROBLEM ,'STATE DEATHS Hampton Mr and, were Mrs visiting C. C Wynn Mr and of \1 I i

j IN 8,000 MORE I SHOW DECLINE Mrs R. J. Turner Sunday afternoon ;j : I


I A report issued yesterday by the, Mr. S. C. Crews, of the State \\I} 'I :

I JOE Bureau of Vital Statistics, State< Farm Is the guest of his son.In'f f
CRAIN ----
I U. S. Army wants 8,00( Board of Health shows a reduction law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. ), !! '
!. enlisted The problem of crime in the of some of us have parents been so !
more men next I to I
. anti
( of deaths from disease A. Sapp. this week.Mr. nf ;
b -- -
-- the United States involves lax In their duty toward their children { \ '
man new planes, tanks, and many 1
It Is pretty sato Wood accidents for the first six months) and ),fI'S. G E. Crews and! 4i
promised the second If I I It anti-aircraft guns now being tors social, economic (' as now. This Is a rather ; ,
to jot down In you develops however, that the senate made. mental, etc. Eminent fllC-I'I forthright statement, but ia it of 1938, compared with the same children, of the State Farm, were, 111'!! 1 .

r.. notebook now that realizes it is electing a governor Informed persona disclosed today leading penologtttts and mAde without apology. First the period last year dinner guests of Mr and Mrs R. I s I t ftJ. t:, I t "
Figures for the State for the
i I there will be no apeS0' rather than merely a senate that the War Department has gists. aa' well as the heads of I patents have discarded the tried Turner Sunday ( I' J )
first six months. of 1937 and 193f
clal primary held top I president, some pledges may; included In its budget estimate crime prevention bureaus and I and true principles and practices I I on the causes of death which show MiMes Mary Sue and Bonnie M ,

t select a successor be forgotten. And some trades, for the fiscal year starting next agencies have endeavored, through of parenthood, perhaps as a concession a decrease for the period follow: Mott, of Brooker, were visiting in i ; tour

to Governor Conan < with that possibility! in mind, al'e July l, a request for funds to pay exhaustive research, to trace the to modernism, or In an effort -I 20 section Sundny afteinoon. (
deaths, 1937
,", naming of a new governor I Iat already in the air. 173,000 men Instead of the present sources. of this deplorable condi- to be 'progressive,' up to 1938 Diphtheria, 16; tuberculosis, 1937. 503,;;; W. R Halslop and Hon red, \'t ;" '', s ,

November. general elections. 165,000. tion of affairs that is costing the date" and Mrs. U and 'I'i'i'i'F }
.e" I Floyd Crosby :1
1938, 495: ; malaria, 1037, 86; 1938,,, : ; a .,
,, .'M ,reputedly close to the I taxpayers of America over fifteen No doubt some of our readers children, of Sunny Brook Farm, .
Sou' gOV-1] S. P., Umatllla Congress this year Increase 67.: cancer, 1037, 824; 1938, 799;
hat have spoken billion dollars each These will entertain the opinion that we
the year. were dinner guests of Mr. and
emu regular! Army's strength by automobile accident deaths, 1937 'i "
The Your idea for
t811\'I\' m the reveal authorities are agreed upon one have placed too much emphasisupon Mrs. O K. Crosby Friday n .
definitely 3.000 men, but officials contented 317; 1938, 32all: ; acclt.lentaldeaths :r'
has put aside a thorough discus at least that the the of delinquency ,
m point namely, subject Juvenile '
(that this was far from sufficient to 1937, 855; 1938, 834 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and 'I'
'n, ,iifhts of resigning, at leas Waste soon of tax revision present glaring luck of good influence and that the picture l 19 i .
all meet requirements of the near future Mr and Mrs. Ira Merritt, of Lake
s' present time. Likewise, II 1 Itl is an excellent one and sound training In the overdrawn. In this respect It Is, Deaths showing an Increase' during -
of Mr. and Mrs
for '" ,,.d that undercover plan Basket As you suggest other home is largely responsible for only necessary: to ask the opinion the rill months period this year City, were guests "
,! War planes are being delivere R M. Merritt Sunday 1
,, i delegation of the guber a In tea have called I this. gargantuan problem of crimein of some eminent penologist, such over 1937 are: .
tr. by manufacturers at the rate at I -
duties through b manda In tax consultants to study; I America. The following Items nn Warden Lewis E. Lawes, of Typhoid 1937 27; 193S. 28; pel- tF tFSllss

Dot._ nave collapsed their problems and certainly Mr two each working day. A fund at''I taken from various sources, support -( Sing Sing Prison who will Inform I lajr, 1937, 53; 1938, 57; puerperal RISING
? $23,000000 which Confess: mad Mate, 1937, 101 1938, 15; collisions Edna. I-eMl I", Correspondent
rn 4 'yernor, who Is now entovmp Average Taxpayer "should have i a this statement any doubting person of the large: i! ;
available this will 230
Ih"| achievement of an ambit voice in the llacuHsion I inten< year provide I Stilt InJothat\ the Nation's army) number of mere boys, and the i iI railroad or street car with

n a half century ago, has; to repeat many of your ideas In an: of the most modern anti-alrciat I of criminals is one-third the size) scarcity{ of middle aged and elderly ,, automobile and motor cycle accidents Mr and, Mri. W C Conner visited -

listen to the cajolement early column P C. C., Jack guns These, along with tang of the enlisted! personnel in the U men In hla prison 1937, 16, 1938, 31 Glendale Honpltal in Palatka s '

"r.n' ti'>- and relatives who, fearfUl sonvillc-Yes, the Western Union: finders searchlights end othe I S Army, James V. Bennett, director -I Attempt have been made to I Violent deaths, nature unknown Sunday morning 3 1 I,
0)) equipment, call for large skllle I
r rioua consequences, hay company will be one whose workers of the Bureau place the burdenof 1937, 1; 1038 3. County Agent T. K. McClune

urged a retirement "Ai will be seriously affected by; crews. of Pi'iaons. Department blame on the The records of the Bureau of Jr, was a business visitor In our I I'

dls is 'I'm strong enough to slgim. the new wages and hours law, Twenty new medium-sized tank of Justice alleged luck of Vital Statistics of the State Board community Monday morning.Mr .
lon are expected to be completed in: of Heath contain valuable Information
'to a resignation, I won when it goes Into effect nex added; "Be- moral and religIous and Mrs Ervin McRae. of tr'
m\ I the next twelve months, Othel'I
to health conditions In
has told these interMebO' month. It Is reported workers of hind the training in as
lie average Waldo, visited Mr. and Mra Walter 4
dc I the
measures to put Army nn Florida, and show an improvementgenerally
that organization, in Florida, wll Inmate o foul' the public schoolsof Underhill Sunday Lt' "
:, wheels are adding equipment almost the State for r tn <
get un average paycut of abou I the Nation, throughout
Illness federal Institutions i
'th governor's plus penal {
1311 All Mr and Mrs H. L. Brownlee,
the, tar i that heart trouble is e irecurrm nine percent . M. O. R., Tallahassee !i officials dally said. require more mer is the but this la erron- the first six with months the same of this period yearcompared In A. J. Thomas and Charles Cooper

malady that leaves his -Mark Wilcox was urged shadow of a Juvenile tl eous. The schools t
abou visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C Con-
Of the proponed increase, staled
to run against Pepper, and en have been 1937, it was es
future" balanced gently on the< 3000 would go to new anti-aircraf delinquent. ...-- .-A- _._.--- ner Sunday afternoon. '
still leaves a big question couraged as to his chances, by at He urged author- everything within -
jcales of which the Arm $ d
regiments, ; Mrs E. J. Lewis Mrs. K. C.
hanging over 1939. Indeed, torney Alston Cockrell, of Jack ties to strike at Ld6J, their power to NEW RIVERMrs. '
mark hopes to have 34 fully organize Lewis. and Mrs. H, H. Lewis visited -
question mark may grow so sonvllle. Cockrell gained most of: crime through train the student O. .;. CroKliy, Correspondent.
this and equipped in the next few Mrs. P. M Riggs, of Starke
I his reputation for political perspicacity along moral and
1939 carefully planned
hat i the legislative sea
big Others would be allocated to afternoon I ii
may see some unusual pout I when he accidentally be years. methods of deal- %a'w. i ethical lines, but : MISH Bonnie Turner spent last Saturday

Ical lion developments. If the governor, came identified as an original the When Air Corps the Air and Corps other reaches branches it. Ing with youth "The !Misconduct of the Child there ia a point I week with Mitts Inla Crews, of the Mrs. J. L. Conner and children, 4 t

becomef111 again, or If it becomes Cone supporter (His close friend, problems. As a In. HIP Fault of the l'lu'nt.- where the duty of State Farm. Luclitn, Doll and Glenn, visited I
full of 2,320 modem plane
Cranford Cone'i quota I the school ends crowd haa been attending Mrs. Conner's parents, Mr. and
evhI< '-fl'' 11, will not be able to fin Charles was mid-1940, Congress has bee, further evidence t'onfurluUM, I A large ,4 t
l.h his term, a new signlflcane. Jacksonville office manager ant by enlisted of the fact that and that of the the revival meeting at Long Mra Walter demons of Hellbronn I
told it will need 24,980
nil) be given the election oJ; opened quarters on the floor below I the various parole boards throughout parents begins. The school can- Budge\ conducted by the Rev W. Sunday.Mr i!
and service them. In
orient of the senate, and cipeuK Cockrell. The two spent most ot, men to man the nation are not functioning not be held responsible for the tic T. McGulie. Kverybody la receiving and Mm. Andrew Oliver sand

a pr "f the house Of course, their time, during the first primary anticipation of the additional authorize re-1. as capably as they should, Mi tlons of the students outside ot'', blessings from his aer- children Bobble and 1 Bettle, ; ,
irnet. Butler has been pledged "visiting," and Cockrell became quirements. Congress 21,500'' Bennett declared that the 75,00 school hours, but the home cat I mon of Jacksonville, spent Saturday

j i v vote of the senate fox accepted as a member of the an increase In strength to men and women who leave thl'l And must Parents must iiccep Mr. and Mrs O. r;;. Crosby and with Mr. and Mrs R M. Crosby. l ,
am I and President Roosevelt is empowered ,
nn' of these jobs and George Cone inner circle. ) country prisons annually, at'' their full responsibility If crime children nnd Mrs J. L. Johns Mr. and Mrs Noon Matt and
He to increase this to 24,721 '
least 50 percent return conditions In America are to shov were visit Ing In Lake Butler Sun- children, J. H. and I Marshel of e
In addition to the increase In enlisted I lessening volume day afternoon Brooker, visited, Mr. and Mrs. H. G.,

You Don't Like Twenty Million men the War Departmen I In the a Cathedral sermon recently of St John delivereat the any I i Mr and Mrs P. S. Crews and II. Lewis, Tuesday

wants authorization to increase to Farm, and Mr. and! Mrs. George Reddish, ttY ::'
children, of the Stale
Receive Divine In New York the Rev '
of Town? City :
Name 1,301 the number of reserve Corp Mrs. G W Sapp and children, ofBrooker of Hellbronn, Springs, spent Sun- ? j
Dr. George Pickett Mayo, superintcndent 1)<'IIII1IU"III'Imo..t> NilChlneNO Anunig. '
Write To Board Aid During July pilots on extended active duty. | were dinner gucHts of day with Mra. Redillsh'a parents, e 1' :
of the Blue Ridge Industrial -
Only about 600 of the reserve pi Voutli Mr and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday, Mr, and! Mra. ICvorltt Norman. ;4 r
School of Virginia stated. "
i active duty, and 4i
lots now are on "
The Social I
WASHINGTON. Anybody who WASHINGTON Among the 3,000 Chinese boys
200 of these are to receive per "There are so many dishones t1J j
doe r i like the name of a river, Board reported today that prob- manent positions in the Air Corps men and women because there are and girls who reside In the teemIng i

ergs )1, t hill or for that matter ably about 20,800,000 persons received about October 1. HO many dishonest boys and girls district featuring Mott Pal r
I public assistance In the and Streets of New York
formation in his Doyers
in) geographical A regular Army of 173,000 men They start out dishonest and gl'Owup
might get the name United States during July. City but one case of delinquency I
vicinity) dishonest.
would be in addition to about 8,- to be more They are<
changed If he wrote to the United This estimate included those 000 in the Philippine Scouts, who not guided sufficiently In their! has been reported during the last' I
of aid from Federal, eight according to a recent ::1 1 1i
State* board geographical who received are limited to Insular duty, more youth. Crime among juveniles i Is years 1

names State and local governments than 200,000 in the National Quart on the Increase. Dishonesty Is the' survey made by Chinese educators! I i.Ii! ,

TIlt board's staff has been busy through Social Security programs,,, and approximately 12,500 officers most common and dreadful sin and leaders of youth movements j s! 1P I It

duo/ 1890, when government surveyors work relief and general relief, the The last Congress authorized a with which the Nations are afflict Thus the celestial population of: II
and mapmakers convinced National Youth Administration,,, gradual Increase In the officers to ed. Our Democracy depends upon Gotham shows the lowest percentage / + }t I
the Civilian Conservation Corps and to admin of delinquency among children t r I
congress that too many places ant more than 14.0OO. honest men women I II
geographical formations in the and the Farm Security Administration. inter its affairs. of any racial or sectional group. '5.. J'I', '

United States had too many different Benefits Doctor Mayo charged that fa- Mr. W. II. Pyn, Chinese Interpreter ''t .

names. Now, when the Persons who received other governmental Public there and mothers do not set good< in the city courts, explained :; .T

board speaks a grographical name outlays, such as pay- From Tire Savings examples for their children. He this> phenomenon at a specie I ,

li final. ments to farmers for compliancewith also stated that the purpose of the meeting held in the old Chinese

Federal farm programs, were of 770 light be characterbuilding Public School No. 64, Mott Street ,
The research staff of the board Purchasing power schools should Lust e+a

leans heavily on local usage for not included. I car: owners In Bradford County has and not the milking of an efficlent "The misconduct of the child Is

names but in case of dispute the As compared with June, the I been increased during the past 12! machine for the earning of the fault of the parent," said Mr ,

argument Is carried back through board reported, there was an increase I years by $$26,103.00, according tc more money. Pyn, quoting; the great Confucius, r4' J

musty historical records until the of less than 2 percent in the i I Register Motor Co., local Goodyear Police Court Judge Edward M, also," "The word of the elder ill 2c dL.irR... .N.. s _

evidence for a certain name is number of households receiving dealer. : Cm-ran, of Washington, D. C., In law .0-o4..

condustve. public aid General relief providedby I These figures are based on a a recent address before the father He went on to give his own ob- 4rM i J I I'I sM

declined completed I of students attendln nervations and philosophy, sayIng 4k
And dont think It's easy work. States and localities) nation-wide study Just and mothers ) A ls j

La"' Year alone the board had to about 1 percent I by P. W. Litchfield, president ol Gonzaga (Roman Catholic) High : -- -' '

Bern>, disputes over the names of The cost of public aid for the I The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., school, charged that patents who "The child is taught reverence : ... -a- ) I

125 jeographical formations in needy during the month was $258- Akron, Ohio. fall to exert control over their, for his parents Whenever a Chinese "

's'I''i 'up. ake bay alone. 748,000, the board's monthly state- I "In the United States today children are largely responsible boy or girl is guilty of misconduct t

-- ..---- ment showed, not including administrative there are 15,260,233 Individualswho for Juvenile crime adding: In public, 11 Is a disgruci : .H tI

costs.Thel'e may be "If you parents and teachers not only to himself or herself but ; I
< .r author of
were 1,713,253 recipients Identified aa a would accept your responnlbllitj to the family. And the Chinese C

gnn Progress was a tinker in assistance comprising distinct group in fuller measure I'd have less to family ia pretty big. We are 450, a tm. OAn.d C
Bent nf olcl-uge
England. approximately 22 percent of the i through their I.[ do If they (the children) have OOO.OOO brothers Here if name ....." doaZ 1Tr 0 ......,: rmh .._ In'' .
-- estimated population aged 65 andover I. t-t4' ownership cir respect for parents, they will have< Chinese boy committed the most .:J ,.\ .' asom/o'& Qc_....... 0 a.....,.r.s utt ryr rw.... ] I pP .: 'I I IO
automobiles for the law when they Q" R.tO to! t r. 0 sl.... I '
VMr' A'cKsoRvffl The average payment pereclptent light respect ; minute crime, the whole common Cb".llo" 'p6t_ 4 .' J .' \
\\t1 WySAlEADINO&j' I was $19.23, the board r I in the Ford, Plymouth grow up. The solution to the crime ity would know It and he would be o DI"'. pout.-.. t yo QG.t.tNom._--- I P. I I'

ranging from r and! Chev- problem If any there belies Ir losing face Roma AdsN .,". t yo 0 Iou...... J p rOKCaIL ," '

THE 7- HOTLiE I noted In the Mississippi payments to 32.31 in.. rolet class," Mr. the cradle; and that a where tinparents' "Among the young the moat severe o 1ou.." 4)110qo.l.. -'::. tog., -_ J P' :/ II f
(195 said In." May... t.l6.d1. J P. .4y> \\t'j w
Lltchfield duty comes .110'e QThao52Nom
Is to "lose face ,
punishment ras.1 .., )
California :
iNniai opo" ... pP' !
I .-- "They comprise Speaking from his experience or It Is most serious in the minds of o Pan.u' N 0:_..t&l,)- t yf 0 Boss....ld ate'oad" l pP < ')jt' l
I :: about 61 percent the bench, .'Judge Cunan explained the children, because It Is a sort t o pethfad.r l .r-- 1 Q ".".. a Worldt n I 'f .:

OAMT,AMDrlh UROOKERMlwi of the nation that most first thefts on the of discrimination against him, Chi- o OPIcto: rld ssUw. .1'0 t yt e Qk/a.r. ... lU't': M

6.a : Vera Dainty, Cor. car owners and, part of Juveniles are for the put children not punished 9y -- Pathe.d.r h ..Ll
Utrhfield neso are Cl
i" AV. g IIo: Norl.a =:. Post 41' rl--salmi: I
with their for movies rr/bera. .
taken of obtaining money 1
pone denied niovien .. Qaee..a
physically they are .<.. ..,... -- J 1
Mr and Mrs. Charles Hardy 'amlllea' account for almost one- candy, or the admission price. or new shoes or new clothes." Qlint 1 Q/asm.a pP i

I pf, yet and Douglas Elclon and Reba Lee'lardy alt the' nation's total population.'mprovements to a ball game. Stating that hi teacher at Coddoa.ud. a 7m Q0'ina:::9If ,
Mr C. T. Cheng, a rrI
I I Ldhn spent last week visiting In In product and own court shows an Increase In the Mott Street School, stated. o fro.....\bO :..toI t .,.. a--..... :::: Jo jrIf

Georgia. nethod made by the tire Industry crimes being committed In the District of "' 0"I::: .,. '
moat of the leisure time
AIR CONDITIoJ j D Mrs. S. H. Ritcb and baby, of luring the past 12 years have of Columbia, Judge Currnr that Is spent at ..
the Chinese
Halford, are spending a while here brought to each individual In this held that crime sentiment if sufficiently youth little ''t'toreEa
home that there la but poverty It
13 the guest of her parents, Mr. roup; today a saving of $33.90 Inhili aroused, stays aroused, in; Chinatown, and very few ii',

md Mrs L A. Brown.R. annual tire bill" and is wisely directed. carried on the relief Ito. OnEIl s,0' aMI ; ,
Colsen spent last week at of his statement, Mr. Judge Kay Bentley of the District Chinese am 1AtI revs roan
For proof rolls aa those' In financial need are N.w.pep.,1 Tv you 0",1' This K.w pap .. 1 Tr. l| rod OMIT>
>, ty 4I', i s s sleek fAa Clngaley Lake as the guest of Mr. .Itchfleld cites the fact that tires I of Columbia Juvenile Court, 0 \
cared for by their brethren } ... ;
NaI. ( y
form Torode. used on light cars today give an I In recently addressing a citizens' 4 Maeada.s B $2.10 3 I ....a.-p A $2a
of the Med- IromOnraporrtn
Mr. and Mrs N G. Hayes were average of 26,500 miles of service, I association, stated that the delinquent Mr. E. Ling Shluk,

transacting business In Gainesville liS compared with 14.200 miles de- child problem could be attributed ical College at Richmond, Vu, stat- ,

vrr s Saturday. I' Iveied by light car tires In 1926; to a lack of proper parental ed that a Chinese who comes to This N.w.pap.'. I Tt.HO.\ I ALL TOUR This..wepaper.OFFER 1 T"no.. 4 ALL ICC2MovoilM : ';;'I\
>* 1 v pr 2 v tti t 7ur Elder and Mrs Charles Peacock, hat a tire and tube now costs guidance. America to engage In business will in. L I rOA oaLY I roe ONLY I If
e yIW I and granddaughter Barbara Jane, 1935 as compared with $23.95 In A recent writer to the New York not bring his family here until he. 2 faomOtoapA >$<*,25 A }$ 55 ,t'', ,
-u vIY
here i Saturday enroute to Trenton, forth of mileage on the basis of juvenile delinquency as follows: further that divorce Is almost

EVERY COMFORT where they spent the week-end 926 values, thus reducing the "Never before in the experience I unknown among the ('h Inelle rtVR \( I ,
hnut this ol modem dowgiowa llnprool laclawinvUl hotel. to Erary the They[ were accompanied by Miss ommmer's tire bill by $25.43 per I sio flt.'i1IC: t1-- I oxLY +

xxxn with rib and .how.r. toll wave, 'era' Gaincy While there they attended tire. As the average tire Is in m Sparr with their daughter :Mr teat Sl
radio.. Lntf bad with t.D.e.p.e mat- church services at Shady service three years, saving for one WPA Enrollment and :Mrs. Lester Hall, who announced R'l' nna"lKWSPAPD 1 171.ilJF.1i ,.. '

be. and on ae.ry Madia floor.? Tamp Runnla Ic.wear Grove; Primitive Baptist year Is $8.47 2-3, and on four tiresfor All Time Peak I the birth of an eight- ,!

POPULAR Church.// one year is $33.90. pound daughter. Friday afternoon "' AU. nv. ''
COCKTAl. PRICED Teacher Resigns. "With $33.90 released to him for A largo crowd from here attended xNewrP' T'
LOUNGE and COfTEE SHOP Washington; -The Works Prog- .. worn : l'l'nua
O'ln, I. t. FOUND Mrs. Agnes Knowles I IIi other i purposes, he may pay aoath's ess Administration has reported the flab fry at the new Congregational \ 5 }$204tib

MOTH_VATTIN_. f HOTIL- -OIIOTOCkdi I teacher in the Brooker school rent for an average urban an all-time enrollment of 3,066,943.The Methodist Church Sutur journal J'8 ,

We wish Mrs. Knowles continued home. buy an extra average suit previous record enrollment day afternoon

---- of C' men's clothes or overcoat, payIIn was 3,038,904 on August 25. Mr.: and Mrs. Rodman Reddish, t, .

average family grocery bill for Officials said that If enrollment of Hellbronn Springs, were visit- ; ,
FUNERAL HOME one month, or buy enough gas and continued above the 3,000,000 level ng Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner)! w

KEY.McCABE 011 for a 2,500-mile auto trip,"' the WPA funds might be exhaustd -, Sunday. ,t I

1- MBS. 1. a >McCABE, Lady: AttendantJACKSOriVUXE. Goodyear executive continued. by January 1, a full month earlier Miss Gladys Morgan was visit- 'J.I I
of the "aving -
FLA. ST. AUGUSTINE FA. rhua can the amount Into definite, than Congress anticipated in I ng Mr. and :Mr*. L. U. Morgan I ... ... Mad ... 1'1{

43 W. Chnrch-mone. 6-1538 30 St. George Pbbne 27 inglble be translated Improvement in the livIng making the WPA appropriation. sat week. take ......._.1 '.atN4I Is gel t>iPjritb R t-r'. h' .

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Harold Crawford, of Lawtey,
standards of the individual. Hom. o9.v D Iftt11P IMM! 1 I. I Ici 'f : I
DOUBLE RUN van visiting Albert Brown Sunday : 'i\

success In her new place. Mr. W. A. Tyler, Cor. Winifred Rigdon, of CCC camp 11"I I f

INSURANCE CO. Mr, Aubrey Withers has Joined In South Carolina, spent the weekmd 1 }tt -,' ,

UNITED Resident aoksoaUIe Fta. the faculty of Brooker school. He Misses Besaie and Lola Tyler 'I with his parents, Mr. and Mri. ar.w R.P.D... It'I\\ k '

1.. O. MCCABE comes to us with the best of ere- 'ere visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dock I, J. Manning. t "I IT..a

dentiah.. Mr. Withers Is an ex- V'lnon, Sunday Mr*. J. L. Brantley and Mtasl I ,'
..d St.t. ...._
Industrial Life Insurance rienced and educated gentleman Mr. and ),frs, U U Morgan I Doris Brown were visiting their I

G. 1. SAPP Representative and we welcome him to our group. pent Saturday eight and Sunday .later, Mr, W A. Tyler, Sunday -Ea twrm1yr11Q_a1 \

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Auxiliary HasInteresting Enjoys Delightful Picnic FAVORITE CTsiBBBBBaB ,

,ocictyj MeetingThe Members of the St. Marks Episcopal Special Bargains

Ladles' Auxiliary of the Sunday School enjoyed a I RECIPESWe I !

Presbyterian Church met Tuesday delightful picnic Thursday after- _ _
night at 8 o'clock at the home of noon, Sept. 8, at 3:00: o'clock at
-- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. the summer home of Mr. and Mrs.R. have Mrs. Jeannette Young, EXTRA SPECIAL =
; J Davis on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. John to thank
Miss Hogan Is Feted II Woodmen To Entertain Attractive arrangements of zinnias I Uglow
Woodrow Walllc, wno will soon
for two of the best-sounding re-
At Party Tonight At Hall and fern were used in decorating leave for St. Lukes Seminary Uni- cipes that have come our way re TWO LOTS BLACK AND BROWN
the .
home for this
Mrs Randolph Boree entertained Lacy Conway, financial secre- H. H. Young led meeting.Mrs. the devotional versity of the South, at Suwanee, cently. To read either of them over

Thursday night at her home on II tary, yesterday said the Starke using for her theme, "He I this Tenn., was the honored guest on i is to have that uncontrollable urge FRIENDLY
Orlan Street In Jacksonville, with Camp Woodmen of the World will Talked With Me." Mrs. E. M. occasion. to take your cooking utensils in OXFORDSA
a linen shower honoring :Miss: Davis After enjoying swimming and hand and start stirring up things.
gave an Interesting: study
Irene Hogan whoso wedding was entertain it's members and the from the book "Our Presbyterian other water sports the guests Here's wishing you luck! REGULAR $5.00 SHOE
an event of Sept. 0. Starke Grove Woodmen Circle, ata Church." roasted welners around a big bon- Date Pudding

Severn! interesting contests Social meeting tonight (Friday) Mrs. T. N. Kendrick had charge fire.Later 4 cups water ONLY $3.95
were enjoyed and prizes were in the Hall here.A of the program and presentedMrs. in the afternoon, Mr. Mc- 2 cups brown sugar ,
awarded to Mrs, William Wilson, Sinniss, of Jacksonville, gave an 1 tablespoon butter -- -
musical program has been arranged -I K. G. Duncan, who, in an
:Mrs J O Randall, Jr., and Miss entertaining manner, Interesting talk about Camp Weed. /i teaspoon salt -
Irene Hogan. and talks,by able_speakers I' view of "One Hundred gave Years Those present to enjoy the pIcnic Simmer ingredients while pre-
will also be a feature or the event. I'll-I were: the paring the following batter:
Later In the evening the hostess! Rev. F. O. Yerkes,
India. The
next number t
III served tempting refreshments. Following the program, refreshments I :: on Mrs. R. J Davis Woodrow Walllc. 1 cup brown sugar ()YRRn g }l
program an article, "uuatamam Miss Sasse, : I 2 tablespoons butter .L .L Vl\1J1J .
Mrs. J. R. Mr
About twenty-five guests were will be served and all members and the American Indians," was Boring,
present to enjoy the party with of both Orders are cordially ably discussed by Mrs. W. A. Bon- McGlnniss, Mrs. R. G Kidd: Mrs. 3/4 cup milk FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
:Mrs.. Boree and the honor guest, ham W. H. Noegel, Mr. and Mrs D. A. 2 cups flour All Kinds Priced at "
invited to attend the meeting, as
Miss: Hogan Monteith, Frances Noegel, Marlon 4 teaspoons baking powder
Friends' here of Mr. and :Mrs. well as visiting members."A During the business meeting! I Brown, John Boring, Betty Noegel, 1 teaspoon cinnamon 98c to $1.98
Stanley Bennett will be interested good time is promised nil," which wall presided over by Mrs. Marjorie Davis, Shirley Ann Noe- 1 cup coarse-cut dates
In the above clippings taken Conway declared. Stansbury, Mrs. Young, chairman gel, Ida Lulu Davis, Gene Noegel, 1 cup broken nut meats -- -
from a recent issue of the Florida The meeting starts at 7:30: of the manse committee, reported Jack Russel, Richard Kidd, Don Pour sauce into shallow loaf
Times'" Union. o'clock tonight. that everything was in readi- aid Bagwell, Margaret and Joe pan.. Drop batter by spoonfuls A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
ness for the painting of the church Monteith, Jimmie Hoppe, Stanley into sauce. Bake in moderate oven
VO mYEw W. C. T. U. MeetsW. and that the work would begin II Noegel, Mary Alicia Noegel, all of 30 minutes. Cut and serve, sauce
A" LIGHT CUt C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. ; Prince, Roberta up whipped
(.pt it local ...... .who ....I.I.dy. W. P. Smith this week. Membersare 'At the close of the meeting Mrs. Whitfield, Enza Weaver, Wava cream. Serves eight to ten.
.... I.. obtaining KlrptrlA .*.- / Stansbury served delicious refreshments Hanton, of Raiford; Ruth Griffin, -Mrs. Jeannette Young.
.. invited to attend as the meet
>Ire do your ale.110"l>rprndableService Wlrlna.Ite..o.a ings prove interesting and inspira of ice cream and cake. Jack Hardin, Alice Norls, Mary New Styles Sizes from 12 to 52

tional. The time is three thirty KatherIne Babb, and Hazel Lorene Layer Cake
O. J. PHILLIPS. La..r..r Friday (today.) /Mrs. Guy Shares Honors Jolly, of Waldo. 3/4 cup butter I 98c to $3.95

At Gainesville Tea .-- 1>6 cups sugar
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Miss Hogan Is Wed 3
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Friends here of Mrs. Fred Guy, 3/4 cup milk
of Jacksonville, will be interestedin To Mr. BennettMiss
it's flowers call Our 2H cups flour
When want us.
the following clipping taken Irene Hogan, daughter ol 3V4 teaspoons baking powder
from a recent issue of The Times the Rev, and Mrs. E. C. Hogan, 3/4 teaspoons vanilla
arrangements any Union: became the bride of Alfred Stanley Cream together the butter and DRESSSHOES

More than 200 guests attendedthe Bennett son of Mr. and Mrs. sugar, add the beaten egg yolks.I
occasion cost no more. tea given Saturday afternoonin G. H. Bennett, of Starke, at a Add milk alternately with the
the Thomas Hotel by Mrs. J. small wedding held at the home of flour and baking powder sifted to-
C. AdkIns and her daughter, Miss the bride's aunt, Mrs. Martha Jer- gether. Fold In the beaten egg I
Margaret Adkins, in honor of MIss' nigan, in Jacksonville, with members whites, flavor and bake In two All New Styles and Colors
Mildred Frances McInnis, ol of the family and a few large layers or three small ones or
II CLAR-JEAN SHOPPEPHONE Gainesville and Gulf Hammock. friends present. Rev. E. C. Hogan, in a loaf in moderate oven. The 98c and up
97 OR 34 ANYTIME : The marriage of Miss Mclnnla to father of the bride, performed the yolks and whites may be beaten
James C. Adklns, Jr., will be a ceremony. together and added with the milk. .
_____ ___ __ __u_ __:J_I brilliant event In the First Pres- The bride was married in her Put together with your favorite -- -- --- ----- -- -

byterian Church in Gainesville, traveling dress of teal blue worn frosting. A NEW LINE OF
October 1, At the same time Sat- with black accessories. Her cor- -Mrs. John Uglow.
GUARANTEED-21 LBS. urday afternoon, Mrs. Adkins and sage was of roses. .
Miss AdkIns presented to Gaines- It is estimated that if every per- DRESS PRINTS"FRUIT
.o GREEN'S STORE Following the ceremonies a son in the United
FLOUR 59c ville society, Mrs. Adklns' niece, small reception was held. The ate one
slice more of bread each
Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jacksonville, bride's table day,
was overlaid with
formerly Miss Hazel Adklns, lace cloth and wheat consumption would be in- OF THE LOOM"T'lkA :
was centered witha
Starke, Fla. daughter_of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. lovely_ arrangement_ of white n_ o_'>_. creased"n""UJ". 50,000,000 bushels an- .-'- T->,...** .tn.. rpnvarn. ....
MIXED LB.Ground AdkIns of Starke. ters. The wedding cake was topped
The first floor lounge of the with a mlnature bride and 19c and
Meat 10c Cash & Carry beautiful hotel was used for en- Later in the evening Mr.groom.and FREE Excel Acid cause up
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tertaining and was a bower of lav- Mrs. Bennett left for Starke, Ulc.r. -
endar chrysanthemums, roses and where they will make their home. Indigestion,
goldenglow for the function which Bloating! ,Ga,Heartburn,Belching,
/ BEST \\ was one of outstanding social Mrs. Williams Is Wed I Nausea,!get a/>..sample of UDGA Alexander & Co.
and /ree
BACON LB.:IIITE12c events for several seasons. Roses a Interesting booklet at
banked the fire mantels In a solid To Captain Inglesby CARPENTER'S

mass of rose and red coloring to A host of friends In Washing
furnish a distinct contrast to the ton and throughout the state will

SUGAR, 5 Ibs. _Salmonpinktall IQc51bs.l6c tall lavendar chrysanthemums be interested to learn of the mar-
i used as a background for the receiving riage of Mrs. Hilda Canova Williams ,

6 FANCY Adkins, line MIss which Adklns Included, Miss McIn-Mrs. W. Inglesby of Lakeland of ,this to Captain city, which John I I FREE DELIVERY

V Rice BLUB nis, her mother, Mrs. A. N. Mc- took place Sunday morning, September s. R. Johns
ROSE InnIs, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of 11, in Green Cove Springs. PHONE
Starke. Guests then
i were presented Captain Inglesby, a retired army -
by Mrs. O. N. Harper, Jr., to officer, is connected with the
nOMKGROUND Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jacksonvilleand customs service of the United

GRITS, 10 Ibs. 21c MEAL, to lb. _18c Mrs. Shelton Adkins, of States government. 45
Gainesville, a recent bride. The & Sons
couple will be at home to
Among those assisting and servo
their friends at the Mayflowerhotel
ing during the afternoon were

s : FlourBALLARDS' 70c Mrs.Olive DeWitt Dell.Freddie C. Jones and Miss after September. m 18.. I I NEAR THE S A. L DEPOT

' The above was taken! from the CASH PRICES ONLY
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Sep 13 edition of the.'Jacksonvll1e'
Wimberly Honored Journal. :Mrs. Inglesby la the

Salad Dress., qt. 20c',.Relish, qt. ____ 20c With Swimming Party daughter of the late Paul" E. Canova I GUARANTEED
of Starke
GOOD Miss Freddie Wimberly daughter ._ s FLOUR SSe
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wim
)BROOMS 4-STRING 20c berly, was the honoree at a delightful County 24 LBS.

swimming'party recentlyat Well Represented In
Mrs. J. W. Morgan's cottage on
2 LB.- a JARS ,Kingsley Lake, when her mother Universities 10 Lbs. 5
4 Peanut Butter, _20c| Apple Butter, 25c entertained for her. Freddie cele- Bradford County will be well 20c 22c
brated her thirteenth birthday anniversary represented In various Institutionsof GRITS SUGAR
f GOLDEN KEY APPLE OR BROWN MULE at this time. higher learning this Fall.

: MILK, 3 tall ___18c I Tobacco, 2 for _25c I After enjoying swimming and Seventeen young hopefuls-ten
10 Lbs.
; other water sports, Freddie and girls and seven boya.-have goneor QuartMEAL
t OCTAGON riLLSIIUKY'S BEST her friends were served tempting will leave soon for colleges and 19c 19c

r SOAP, 6 large -25cj\ Flour, 20 Ibs ___75c refreshments of punch and cook- states.universities in Florida and other SALAD DRESSING

SLICED ARGO I ies.Those enjoying the afternoon Misses Edna Pearce and Lillian Our Special Country RollBUTTER

Pineapple, 2Y2 18cl Bread, 3 for ..25c with the honoree were Patsy Stump, have plunged I rIght into COFFEE Lb. 15c 27c
Keen, Sara Barefoot, Ida Lulu and training for their chosen careers, Lb.
FRESH MULLET Marjorie Davis, Ruth Simpson, the former entering Jackson Memorial
Fish 71 Dorothy Ellen Steeele, and Elise Hospital in Miami and the 5 Lbs.
POUND Green. latter entering St. Luke's Hospital i 17n ONIONS 1 0(1
in Jacksonville for the Durnnm RICE. e i i-...
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'it Mrs. Wise' Son of studying to be trained nurses. "

Onions' 2 "". So (COMPOUND Honored Four boys chose -out-of-atate 4 tall
ThursdayMrs. Libbys Native
LARD, lb. lOc universities: George and Philip 25c Round
C. L. Wise entertained for Manassa to Oglethorpe in Atlanta MILK '' 'Hi STEAK Lb. 19c
her son, Louis, in honor of his second Ga.; N. T. Ritch to Emory at ,
NO. 2 birthday on Thursday at her Oxford, Ga., and Bill Chalker to
( TOMATOES STANDARDPACK 6c home at four o'clock. The guests The Citadel In Charleston, S. C. 2 Lbs CHUCK
-CAN i played several and Three, however 25c 14
C Ca games a snapshot picked the Uni- OLEO ROAST C
was taken of the group. The versity of Florida at Gainesville:

a OLEO, lb. ____ :,12<3 Table Salt pkg. 3c birthday cake decorated and made Bill Long and Julian Grlffls as
by Mrs. N. T Green was truly a freshmen, and Arthur Swanbomas FAT CHEESE
work of art with white icing and a sophomore.The 18c 16c
decorated in pink and green with following four girls will attend HEN POUND
d STEAK ROUNDLB. 1 8ct two candles Cake and pink lemonade the Florida State College for
: was served to the following Women In Tallahassee: Misses No. 2Z LARGE SMACKS ,16c
guests: Elizabeth Lawson, Charles -
Wyrick, Marjorie and Harriet 10
Lawson, Agnes Lawson and Julia Benson and Miriam Guy. Mar PEACHES C SMALL SMACKS 9c
' I MAXWELL HOUSE PITRK GROUND* Lawson, Ruby Green, Oleta Green, jorle enters upon her senior year

r.i' COFFEE, lbk, 25cjCOFFEE, lb. ___ 9cFEED Harry Green, Phoebe Green, Carl Miss Vonda Inman will resume 2 LBS. 2 LBS.
, Lemar Johns, JimmIe McRae, her studies at the University of 20
,I SCRATCH Betty McRae, Mrs. Russel McRae Alabama at Tuscaloosa, where APPLE JELLY C PEANUT BUTTER 20c
I and Mrs. N. T. Green. Mrs. Wise Miss Hazel Moore will begin her
, 100 LBS. $ 75 was assisted in serving by :Mrs.R. first year's work. ,
J' L. Kemp.
"I Miss Carol White and Miss Harriet CHOICE CUTS OF SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS ;
Bishop will enter Southern
W. M U. Will Hold College at Lakeland freshmen. 0.; -
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I iiusmesaThe regular i leet business and Royal Class To Meet- I r YELLOW 1 62 OATS r

TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. Service program of the Baptist W. The Ladies' Adult Class of the E CORN GOOD 1 59
M. U. will be held at the church Baptist Church will meet today ao
next Monday at 3:20.: Circle No. (Friday) at 5 o'clock P. M. with
Better Quality I 3, Mrs. L. A. Canova leader will the group leaders, :Mrs. P. M. E E
have charge of the program. Every Barefoot and Mrs. H. It. Brownlee CINCY GRAY
Get Our Low Prices Before Buying l member la urged to attend as at the home of the former. Officers D SCRATCH L 82 SHORTS 1 60
there will be election of officers will be elected and plans D
and other Important business. formulated for the coming year. I

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MHS| Juanita Barefoot were I !', and Mrs. Susie Griffin, of gamex of the following members!' The
I visitors to JacksonvilleThursday J.u I'I ksonvlllc, spent ili vieek-onil Summer attendance at the First Preparatory to the Promotion Rev. Frank Robinson Judge E. K.
Bits of of lust week. here as guests of Mis Ethel Blggx MrthoillHf Chinch has been excep- Day service the last Sunday In Perryman, Mrs. E. K. Perryman,
I and Mrs. O. J. Griffin, tionally good but with the begin- September "and' the Church School Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mr. L, D. Vin-
Mr. and Mrs Randolph Boree, .-.-- ning of September and the fall Rally Day the first Sunday in October I Ing. Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mr Harold
lof Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Mrs. E. R. Struth and Mrs. G. months, a program that will be at- the Board of Christian E Bishop, Miss Kate Struth and
IDeal N Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Roberts. and children Patsy tractive and worthwhile for every- cation will meet at the u-I Mrs. Hogan Smith.
I Q. H. Bennett. and George, of Lawtey spent the one attending has been planned. at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening The Rev. Frank Robinson.
week-end In DeLand with Mr. and Summer Is over and the periodof
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Miss Catherine Cam, of Jacksonville Mrs. J. H. Tatum. vacation for most of us has I.

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY ANn TOWNs Is spending: this week at ended, and now refreshed by our I.I I
Kingsley bake as the guest of Miss Freeman Register left Wednesday summer recreational activities we INSURE WITH
Martha Brownlee.Mrs. for Detroit and Flint, Michigan are ready to get under the new
I where he will attend a con- program of the Church and begin '
J. H. Courtemanch and vention of Buick dealers He expects work In earnest. 'I AgencyEst.
A Scott was a recent Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and Miss Anita Courtemanch have returned to be gone about a week. During the summer many ,
11,0 s, ? lacksonvllle.I. \ Mrs. R. E. Gnhagan spent Friday home after visiting friends)i changes have been made In the I ( Over 50 Years)
In Jacksonville.D. In St. Petersburg. :Miss Essie Coleman and Miss building itself; the pews having ,
L Anderson
I. and Mr. I Arline Mann spent the weekendIn been arranged so as to make the j': We write EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us as
Yvt 'rday! In Jacksonville. P. Carpenter spent Tuesday ''Mrs. Leila Lang: and daughter Lake Butler as guests of MissCbleman's Interior more attractive; repairs I' :you would your Lawyer or Doctor. You may save
Mary Frances, of Jacksonville, brother and slster-in- have been made to the roof and ,
In St. Augustine as the guest of i: money and grief. Remember, money spent with your
were guests Thursday of Mr. &nlll law, Mr. and Mrs. G W. Coleman. ,
) other of
parts the Church so that
i.r uid, !Mrs A. F. Sauls were S. M. Varnedoe. Mrs. A. O. Andreu. I local agent may come back to you
,, :ends, < in Lake City SimK worshipers may be more comfortable ,i
IID! I I Friends of Edwin Torode will be ; and! a newly Installed pipe
Miss Elaine Wynn, of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. John Inglesby, of glad to learn that he Is recuperating organ awakens a responsive chordIn I
last Is the guest this week of Mr. and! Jacksonville, were guests Sunday ,, lit his home at Klnggley Lake, the hearts of the worshipers
I McClane spent rein Mrs 1>'. A. Scott. of Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mr. and I i j lifter undergoing an appendectomy -: with Its beautiful and melodious,
P[ (.iilncsville Mrs Richard Kldd. WHAT .
i iI I at St. Vincent's Hospital In straina.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nina
Bishop Jacksonville.
I I The Choir has been reorganized |
and Harold Bishop spent the weekend Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, Mrs. L. FASHION
under the direction of Mrs F. H.
lillei,' : ,""*!. of Chicago, In" Is at Brudenton Beach A. Canova, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
Friends here of Mrs R. Long and special anthems will be
,. "I, his mother, :Mrs. F. R.I
2(' and Miss Lucille Mitchell spent Hutchlngs will be pleased to I rendered at the Sunday services.So DECREES
I..On Julian Griffis left this week for Frhlay In Jacksonville. that she Is improving at her we Invite you to come either
I Gainesville, where he will enter In Gainesville after spending two for the first time or to return to I
Dr W E Middleton Is spending the University of Florida. I Miss Margaret Pearce was the weks in the Alachua County Hos your Church home Into a more spiritual i
his at Piney
D x" 'Hi at camp week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs pital. atmosphere and into a place :
laff ;", Puul E. Canova, of Orlando W. B. Haynes, Jr., and Miss Rose that has been made more conducive CREATIONS IN LADIES APPAREL
spent Tuesday here with his mother Smith In Jacksonville. ''I CHOICEST
Mrs. F. A. Bryan and daughter to Worship.The
Mrs. Albert Keen and daugh- Mrs. Emma Canova. ARE ARRIVING EACH DAY. WE
L spent In Dorothy Bryan left Saturdayfor Sunday morning Church FINEST SELECTIONS IN A
Baifura. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe left Sunday their home in Fort Lauderdale, School service will begin promptly I
Ic'ksonvllleilr I Elbert Edwards of Fernandina, morning for Tampa to attend the after spending some time here as at 10 o'clock and the morning service WIDE RANGE OF PRICES.
Is the guest this week of his mother funeral services of Harry B. Rob- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- I of worship will be held at 11
P M- Barefoot and Miss Mrs. Mae Edwards.Mr. erts Wednesday morning. sant, Sr.Mrs. o'clock with the pastor, the Rev. .
Barefoot spent ThursdayJacksonville.
lanltn Frank Robinson speaking on the
I and Mrs W. G. Cato, of The Rev. John Adams, of Dins- James Godbold, who spent subject, "Shouldering Our Re CLAR JEAN SHOPPE

Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof mora and Garden City, was a several days here with her mother sponsibilities. Assisting in this PHONE 97 OR :31 ANYTIME
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Amberson, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. guest Friday of Mrs. J. W. White Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and sister service will be Mrs. Long at the I ._ _
Iss Lucille Amberson and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray. Mrs. S. S. Dowling, returnedto console rendering "Prayer" "
I Jfellf Johnson, of Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright, I her home In Jacksonville the (Relncke) and selection from
|1s returned to their home FrI- of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and her first of the week. Sonata (Chopin) and the Choir

|y.Ater spending some timere day of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. I guest, Mrs. H. R. Gertner, of I will be heard singing "Send Us I TIP TOP GROCERYSPECIAL t
James Kite.UJflllT'flDS
of Mrs.
as guests I Gainesville, were visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly Thy Spirit" (Von Berge).
Miss Mary Agnes Johnson, of in Jacksonville, Thursday.Mr. and daughter. Freddie Mrs. H. C. The Young People's EveningLeague I
Clparwater, was the guest Thurs- \ Wimberly and Mias Ethel Ricks, meetings will be held in PRICES
d day of Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Canova. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings of Highland, attended the golden the Church School rooms for the I
I and daughter, Mantle, of Gainesville ; wedding anniversary of Mr. and Senior-Young People's group, and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. M. Wlmberly, near Madison for the Intermediate group. I

Miss Wilma Alexander were T. M. Hutchings, Sunday. Sunday afternoon.Mr. The evening service of worshipIn SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 Lbs. 15c
visiting relatives in Waldo Sun- which congregational singingwill ,
o day. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Kruse and and Mrs. David Oliver and be a feature will be held at
qR E 5UR Mr. and Mrs. Ybanez were guests daughter, Miss Martha Oliver, 8 o'clock. The subject for the hour
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Kruse' and Miss Christine Bryan, of Ft. will be "One Thing That Will Not I BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c

I daughter, Frances, of Tallahassee, son, Albert George Kruse. Lauderdale, were recent guests of Fall." Mrs. E. K. Perryman, assistant I ,
J) SALE1931 Model A Ford spent the week-end here with relatives Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Sr., organist, will preside at
J panel truck, $150 cash.-R. J. I Miss Mildred Alexander, of Wal- en route to their home after the console and will render special U. S. No.1 1 Irish Potatoes 10 lbs ISc
iavli. tf do, is employed at the local Alex- spending some time in VVaynes- selections. ,
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, of Savan- ander and Co., store while B. E. vllle, N. C. The mid-week Prayer meeting N
RICK for all purposes. Camp- nah, Ga., has returned home after Hatfield is on his vacation. service will be held at 8 o'clock on 3lbs.l lOc
Ivllle Clay Products, Inc., Camp- a visit here with her father, L. C. S. C. Carnell, of Ormond, was Wednesday! evening with Mrs. A. U. S. No.1 1 Yellow Onions
ile,Fla. 8264tpR Powell. Curl McLean of the Barnett IronWorks here Sunday visiting at the homeof Wood leading the devotionals. This
at Palatka was the lunch- .Mr. and! Mrs. F. A. Scott. He service offers spiritual guidanceIn BEST CREAM FANCY PACK CAN i

RENT-Unfurnished house. Mrs. Emma Murphy has returned eon guest of C. H. Nasworthy at was accompanied home by Mrs. an Informal meeting for manyof
I SM Mrs. J. W. Morgan. It Carnell and two sons, Corbin and TOMATOESLb.
home after spending two the Rotary Club Wednesday.Mrs. our folk each Wednesday night CHEESE
Gene, who have ..spent the past
II 1 SALE-Feeder shoats. S. E. months with relatives In South / Immediately following the worship
Carolina. T. K. McClane Is two weeks here With her parents, service the invit-
I Kennedy at railroad water tank, young people are
f yjtono Heights. Itp ing this week in Miami spend-I Mr. and Mrs. Scott ed to attend a period of recreationIn 2 Size 5e

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney guest of her brother and sister-in- The Woman's Missionary Society the Church School rooms, con- Lb. 15c
OR: SALE--Three dozen pullets, 'were guests of her parents, Mr. law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. H the Methodist Church will S
I I ready to lay, 80c each. Green's Mrs. G. W. Hazen Brook-
and in
meet afternoon, at three.thirty
Monday -
'ore. It I er, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Samson and o'clock at the church. The: I I 1 WHITE BACON. Lb. 12,cSWIFT'S
daughter. Evelvn.. and Mrs. Tom, .. .
__ program! will ue led by mrs Charley -
I Morlss, all of Tampa, were guests I
E. Johns, and the business session -
NAT SEZ: recently of Miss Lucile Mitchell. will be presided over by the I
_ president, Mrs. T. J. Griffin JEWEL LARD Lb. lOc I
It matters not how much you Miss Beverly Cady .leave ,
this week for Tallahassee where B. E. Hatfleld of Alexander &:
do for folks, Is
some appreciation she will continue her studies at the Company, Is spending this week on

,something unknown. Our PreKI1 Florida. State College for Women. a vacation In points In Georgia. 5 Lbs. 10 Lbs. 20 Lbs. I
dent has tried and In still trying Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and daughter FLOWERS FOR ALL

to help the poor man and In spite Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Miss Frances Jane Hatfield, OCCASIONSIn 1
of that, he Is being cussed and dlftcusnod and Miss Madge Middleton spent left Thursday for Milledgevllle,
to a fare the well. The Sunday in Jacksonville as guestsof where Miss Hatfield will enter the any designs. Also Flowers
big business men say he IB a dic- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton. Georgia. State College tor Women. Wired for to occasion.anybody, anywhere 25c 49c 8SeLIBBY'S '
tator, and the little fellow who In Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield will visit any t
being helped, believes what the G. W. Hicks spent Sunday In friends and relatives in Macon, MRS. N. D. WAINWBIOIIT i
big fellow says. There ain't no Lake City visiting Alonzo Ver- Monticello, Atlanta and :Marietta, Phone 102
justice! sallie, who is confined to the Vet- Gi., before returning home MILK 3 tall 17c
erans' Hospital because of Illness. ,

Jf Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kellum and DRINK CO. ROLL BUTTER Lb. 27c
son, Edward, of Tallahassee, and
't'1 J' ){. Dennis Kellum, of Miami, were
,.. xSet recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. cans

t : ....- A. Scott. JERSEY CORN FLAKES pkg. 5c

ii Mrs. R. A. Green and son, Rob- Pepsi-Cola ;

4. ert Alexis, Jr., spent Monday In
Gainesville as guests of Mrs. I GEM OLEO Lb. 12c
Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. i ;

>I- A. Harris.Mr. I
forth to conquer inC BIGGER AND BETTER

and Mrs. Roy Reddish, of PRUNES *
Yte Webster, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl c1ALE1 I
I i 1'' 1 DinkIns, of Bushnell, were guestsof -
4 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKIn-
> T u Sunday.Mr SPARK PLUGS Med. sze Ib 5cDried
/, II11lIdN th )A I'' e ney OHLY It roil A lQt PACKAGE ,
11 Davis DeLuxe I'
Wizard, S5o ea.
,,tll,t iI, and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum I In iwta _32c <*n. SUPER SUDGtawx( ()J
and baby, Martha, spent Sundayin ,
,da''VIY'II'' I, to Jacksonville, as guests of Mrs. America's Biggest Tire Value! Champion 59o ea. /ACAAEErearsroeAIterAc.Kit! I I d Apples I
Landrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Guaranteed - r

J. F. Rogers. I I 18 MonthsUlh21 ._uu S 7.10 PISTON RINGS Lge 22c; all for 23c1: y

Mrs. Clara Holton and daughter II Against All 4T5xl uu_ 7.00 In Set Bulk lb. lOc

A glowing; woodsy font p.rf cl with; the new browns Dorothy, of Tampa, were the Road Hazards 525x17 __u__ 8.65' Sill "A" ,
guests Sunday of Mrs. Holton'sbrotherInlaw I'UKMIKIt: OK IIOVAI.
and sister, Mr. and I Strictly First 525x18 ------ 8.05' 0"c to $3.15Chevrolet: I '
Octagon Soap
by HOLE PROOF Mrs. F. Register. I Line equalityChallenges 530x17 ______ 9-83, GELATINE

JI. Comparison 600xl __ __ 11.031: I I
"Rhapsody In brown' Is the newest fashion 1 Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele has with the Best : u $I.n to $.70
6 Giant bars 25c
forecast-and Frontier by Holeproof is the returned to her home in Gaines-" For Low-Co t.Per-Mlle TUBES: : For "V8" Pkg.!! 5c
all the ville, after spending the summer They Have No Equal! e .
correct hosiery shade to complement and aunt, Mr. f 1.23 to $2.80 $..9' to $'.98
with her uncle
here FREE R'ltl
browns-from rich basic tints f'REMEII
Important new and Mrs. J. B. Sapp.

to lively mediums and clear golden browns. Jf TENNIS RACKETS from __________ h_ $1.85 to $3.05 Salad MEAL ltl
In sheer, shadow less chiffon or semi-service. __ Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and son, Dressing

Bobby, of'Leesburg, spent the TENNIS HALLS as low as _____________ ___ 29c ea.

79c week-end Cottrell's here brother-in-law as guests and of Mrs.slater WIZARD BATTERY 12 oz. bottle 35c 10 Lbs. 20c

: Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Sewell. G, E. Electric Irons, $2.75
Guaranteed 1 year
Ouotlty Doubly C.nlRed by Good H rt.V..o"'>Oif. \l Mrs. W. Y. Douglass, Mrs. Della Wizard Automatic $3.98 $1.25 Exch.
old Ben.r Fabric.T..lln Bur.o. -r GOOD BROOM each 2Sc
)I- Smith and Miss Dorothy Douglass Other Iron from $1.10 to $2.00 Other! Batteries at deep saving .
>.. of Dunedin, were here Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. L C.
day visiting
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERC'f Ray and :Mrs. J. W. White. SEAT COVERS INSTALLED FREE I Whole Rice SUGAR

I been Miss employed Abbie Harley with the, who Farm has Se- I Save atm 5 Lbs..17c 5 Lbs. a .23c

II curity has Administration been transferred In Gainesville to, I5 : : l tirl: I 'J I
I Starke. While here Miss Harley U Chase & Sanborn DId Coffee lb. 25c k

Biggs.making her home with Mrs. Ethel I STARKE, FLORIDA. I I: t t ,

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Cotton and tobacco farmers will Flue cured, 6.2; dark ; GAINESVILLE
get an opportunity soon to voteon burley, 87.Farmers. becoming (prop .*dIn
continuing for another year the approved a PlMllll( ,. "''h I
Florida Fruit and crop control programs approvedlast posals submitted by the I a number of KKI,IlII( I rro)
spring/ for the 1938 yields. 24 of the 28 referenda (ties, care in huw, ,
Hints To Housewives | -Florida's cold MARIANNA. The Florida xtny. ,"
Vegetable Harvest Federal farm officials said today ing the last 12 months sary according necP..
operators met State nursing association district to L ,
they had begun arrangements The lust referendum '|I Extension :Nltlland;'
Weekly from Homo Demonstration Value $94,696,062 I E. Leech, Live 15, held Its first meting of the fall forester
I submitting the question at new suited in apparent
TalJah",8t'CR.t'TWOIlK ,, Leech season at 7:30: P. M. In Because local seed, ,
Specialist, I Tuesday, h
referenda, probably In December, conducted (
I on a proposal Pl'terablt
for )
connection with the / !
Florida's 1937-38 season harvest Chlpola hotel. All graduate planting ,
since there was little doubt that hibit interstate "
AND READY In fruit and vegetables had a gross cotton and tobacco supplies wouU grade potatoes from 15 curing session registered nurses living in this other coltocton n, .1)' uVE,, plant 1"

CASHBy value of $94,636,062.: 1 be excessive states area of the state were eligible to ing operations hav, .?,, "
ducing as a "I h
Such was the estimate placedon attend the session, to good chance to sell lul1)
Officials said they regarded the bilizing prizes. Virtually according ;'''' v1Ad''
Virginia P Moore the crops' value by State Commissioner forthcoming referenda as important return. showed about 65 EXAMS: Mrs. Ruby K Wilkerson, R N., loblolly, and shoiu., ,I? 'J'".?, "ted",

ExtenHlon Home Improvement of Marketing L M. tests of the farm legislation. voting in favor A S11 g h tly of Marlanna. he adds.

Specialist Rhodes aa he inaued his annual report It will be the first opportunity for of 66.6 percent was resident Nleland quot..x Ih," I i',"", t ;

Florida abounds in beautiful covering the activities of the farmers who have tiled out the Refeienda which won merit system SUPERVISOR NAMED vice of the U. s. i ,? l',,, t ''"Ill er.r

plant materials that may be converted State Marketing Bureau control provisions to express them sary two-thirda majority j/ State Welfare TALLAHASSEE. Dr. Ruth Agriculture HH. SBMI,n ; ,nu,,, Our,

Into useful articles that often The harvest was the heaviest on selves. proposals to regulate on Sept. 17, ac- Conner has been appointed by main problem In pine's,,,.,! cullpr( !

will bring ready cash to thrifty record, the equivalent of 186,094 Some farmers have expressed shipment of such minor of Ivey State School Superintendent Colin tlon is to make MU. ,Iii I, ,.rtD Coj

rural women and girls. carloads or 25,504 carloads larger dissatisfaction with the operation citrus fruits, cauliflower, I member and English supervisor of home economics ripe and can be "xtlf""d i i ,i ,?,"?'II ''h t

Corn husks are a good example of than the 1936-37 harvest. The of the act, particularly with reaped cantaloupes, grapes, 'it system com education in the public cone alive and iimnim/ ,,", i chat!

these materials. Gather them any value, however, was under that of to the provisions giving the honey bees and milk. schools of Florida for the coming best test for ripen -.x. "? ",n," :

time after they have turned tan- I the previous year, when on all I government authority to regulate which were defeated W I school l.year. The position wan vacated their! ability. to flolt, 11,! ? r, ,I' ht,ud!\

in late fall when corn has been time record of $111,081,114 was es crop sales and! levy penalties on I I dealt with onion sets and I oy Bolethu Frojen, who was D1I\.K/Dg/ tnlll' h'sl.t -,\ ,/, ;;!

shocked /8r even after it has been tablished. \ I those exceeding their q.otas.I nia peaches and pears. : ) FETE granted a leave of absence for one from different tit I', ,II,, ',:' nlsI ,,l !I

harvested. Field corn gives the The citrus harvest was estimated Two-thirds of the growers of Had the August: I Approximate- year for special work In Puerto l!i During most of t ti t'' I \ ",""W'j
best and strongest husks. Tear off at 10 ,96' carloads, or 40,939- I each crop participating in an elec- year's corn crop been |/ and the livestock fourth Rico. Dr. Conner has been professor i'ling seasons on th : ,' ,I'' ,,,, ,"?'art f i

the outer coarse-grained husks 629 boxes, heavier by 338,421 tion must approve the programs bushels larger, tho AAA 1 Hill! of home economics education are green and juu/ '\ u 'Pig',''kId''

and use the soft-textured creamyones boxes than any previous season to make them effective. Cotton have been required to Chlnsegut in the Florida State Collegefor ''duiing that time Hi, .% II ,III i,,. 80t

Use scissors to cut oft thick and 10,329,623 boxes heavier than I and tobacco farmers gave overwhelming referendum in tha \V. F Women for seven years. j/ heavy that they will, smjt In m.i'
various cat
ends. Use a bUHhel of husks of the the average for the 10 pervious approval m the IMrst belt on a proposal to | ter. In the fall ,,f th-i,II', ": lOD,

same texture for a good sized rug. seasons The gross value of the referenda The cotton vote was mers to store a part of at expert the NOT TO BLAME year, however tiny "id, j"lJh,, th

Save tough outer leaves for mak crops (oranges, grapefruit, tangerines 1,406,088 to 120,940, a favorable to prevent excessive on station. MIAMI.-A coroner's Jury todayabsolved gin to lose weight' \vinii Mill, .,t.

ing brooms and mops ) was $53,285,352, with a net percent*je of 921. Tobacco There is a possibility, Mildred Gaydon, 2S year tached to the tree

Corn husks take dye easily and to growers, over and above production growers, voting by types of leaf, said, that corn and I old night club girl, of any blameIn I Tests will then rcvuil when the

effectively With a natural color I and marketing costs but gave these favorable percentages: ends may be necessary COTTON connection with the automobile cones are ripe although 'nu\, wlII ,

back-ground, a border or stripe of including Interest, depreciation Dr. Wllmon accident in which the Count of remain closed for nni.ih-i, .1) lo 5

dyed husks /is very attractive. To and tax costs, of $8,988,419. Last agriculture at Covadonga, former heir to the I weeks, during which umt ,
dye. cut off thick ends, wet leaves season's net to growers was $2- OUR REPORTER MAYO LAUDS sold Sea Spanish throne, suffered fatal injuries continue to lose weight thty

15 minutes in warm water, use 832,223 less than the IO-year average VISITS NEW RIVERYour NEW and bankers Tuesday accordance with / Extension Forester Nleland

dinary cloth dyes and follow or-I while the gross was $3,942- meeting here his dying wish. After hearing the that it will be a good Uh'D i | to sap find
but 413 above OF Newell testimony: of policemen and phy I
tions given on package, 10-year average reporter enjoyed a pleas- la market for the seed bcfoncol,
twice as much dye because the Net Second Lowest ant visit with several of the Telegraph's L. Wilson, sicians, the Jury held the crash i, ]lectlng it and to make complete-
husks absorb it. After Predicting that the with the of the girl's car Into a telegraphpole
readily The net to growers was on a friends and subscribers in plans so that the seeds will l not be
boiling\ let husks lie 12 hours in basis of 25 markets now being agriculture was an unavoidable accidentand I
cents box before
per the second the New River section Friday aft picked they are i ipc' nor be
dye and then rinse them off with lowest In the history of- the ernoon. It was surprising to find would mean money in authorities Indicated a man allowed to mold seriously or to

cold water. Dry them away from industry, "but It could have been that although all crops have been ets for Florida's growers slaughter charge against her turn sour.Nleland.

the, sun and keep In a dry place worse," Frank Scruggs, statistician harvested and farmers are supposed and :! your lights," would be dropped. says that Leaflet Nil
vegetables State .
until ready for use In the same wrote into the report, point to be "taking it easy" right John 156, "Harvesting and
of dye always dye the threador er of Agriculture Nathan MULE RIDES TO WORK Selling Bert'
pan ing out that Jie; 1932-33 net was now, activity was going on almost Inspec of Southern Pines mabr
raffia to be used for sewing the LAKE WORTH. Cella, the obtained
two cents box. Glares "for 15 I
per everywhere.At years I
free of
< husks together, but remove It directly The School Board's mule, will ride tot I chnrg whil tht
to be cltrua production cost last New River station Millard ambitious to build such a ," the mo work hereafter In ton supply lasts, from the !ri, Department
after boiling Articles 38 a 1y! truck,
season was cents a box as com Johns is his Sat- knowing that Florida's of Agrlcultiix Wush
proudly showing
made from corn husks Include pared with 37 cents the Explaining purchase of a used
brooms, mops, baskets, hot plate season and an overage of previous 47 cents suma orange trees that are loaded especially the ones said inquiry truck for $295 for that purpose, ington, D. C
with fruit until the limbs threatento and vegetables had been driv board members --- 4
mats, bags, and mats. box are so said It would cut
per over a 10-year period. Cost
break with every passing breeze. from their markets and owned his expenses-that It has been costIng I' EARLY I'ECNS;
Is another attractive of
Wiregrass hauling, packing and
He says there is a fair market est type of organization The name $25 a month just for Cella's The Florida harvest
and useful product Gather and selling last season was 88 cents a pecan usually
i sometimes for fruit but "
the that
dry it in the shade and sell it in box aa compared with the 1-0 season ed. withheld. transportation. The mule's Job isto gets under way 11Ihr latter
1 he tor benefit
it the
planted mostly
hanks for craft work in schools average of 99 cents Commissioner Mayo ? draw a mower over grounds of part of September bUl11 old
1 or use It for making clothes and Citrus acreage was estimated at his children and neighbors. day and Friday in : SOLD Everglades schools scattered from seedling on W E SHUHI s farm

} hat brushes and other articles. 365,000, as compared with 280,000 The oranges are almost sweet tending the conference large private Canal Paint to South Bay and, it "beat"' the season bat least a

r Gather cattails now, when the acres 10 years ago. Shipments last enough to eat right now, and pret- ed in by the men who are and an- was explained, the truck, carrying -month this year :Mi Sfwcll gathered

tips of the leaves are turning year Included: 67,409 cars by rail ty soon his friends will be callingon ing the markets of the auction here both mule and mower quickly, ripe pecans from thu tin, on
Millard with large sacks which building will prevent having to employ two August 20, according ',. T KMcCIane .
brown. Separate each of theMALARIA and boat, 12,434 by truck It was will be much heavier when His comments relative
estimated 7000 they establishment of auctioneer. mules and two mowers. Bradford County agent.
cars were consumed leave than when they arrived He the
roan. within the State, and 17,121 cluded the following': rare
to have his friends enjoy the
666 canned. fruit, however, and that's exactly "There are too many lamps and sil PINT SIZED COWS SHOW UP I
In T dq. and *HeT*. The report showed the oranges why he planted the trees. Pecan In the shipping of BIGGER BOVINE BRETHRENMidget
list of articles
canned at greater than the five
COLDS trees are loaded to the hilt also. with the result that our I
previous seasons combined and the are being -
Reddish Andrews finishing receives less than one-
odes. t..t d.r: volume of grapefruit canned as the was just sale by "a cows are bringing not Ions of milk daily Another aver
IK.- up pulling\ his corn and was price paid In the final county"o
No. Drop" Headache, SO minutesTrr second heaviest on record thoughthe When the I woman who only midget feed bills, but Increased aged 41 pounds of butterfat dally
storing it in his barn at his neat system we
"Rop-Mr.- ...''_World'. total ," auc- for 11 days virtually to ,'qual her
crop was only average has milk to Oklahoma
LLlaentI farm near the Union County line ing been thoroughly ; production an -
The collection of 455
own weight pounds
as to
i t We do wish Reddish had built his and our executives have dairy farmer
1m Vegetable Yield Cited Marlanna for The midgets, developed from an
II place a little farther this way as more experienced I believe
The Otto Gray, who started experimenting undersized Angus cow and H normat .
jJiI r vegetable and non-citrus
fruit harvest he la so near the line that we're going to save at ]least 5 with an undersized breed Hereford bull, stand from 30
was 82,130 cars witha and
I probably
I always afraid he somehowget percent
.;.1.; gross of $41UO.OOONo reliable might the farmer two years ago, reported today his to 37 inches high and welsh from
mixed in Union and
f/ dri data is available to show the esti- up County Two white int-slzed animals surpassed other 450 to 500 pounds, aboui lialt 'he
" ij i mated net return to the grower" Bradford will lose one of its progressive "Possibly the most operator in members of his herd in milk production heft of normal Jerseys 'ira\: nan).
j young farmers.G. matter taken at the il u
according to the report. The har up / shortly after although they consume Now In the third generuti-n
I, vest Included: 10,484 cars of beans, W. (Will) Andrews, former executives' meeting was off the com- only half as much feed midget herd consists ..I re en

THE .? 6,542 cars of cabbage, 9,455 cars of county commissioner, bad gone tion of establishing Florida register, One cow, he said, gives five gal cows and one bull.
t fishing by the time we arrived at identifying the packages -
celery 2,323 cara of cucumbers said con
his place, but his pleasant wife manner that the buyers of I
SMILE 776 cars of eggplant, 610 cars of quantity
: was at home and gave us a drinkof sure they are getting Po
lettuce, 1,021 curs of papers.
iii English peas, cool, clear water that was bet are paying for. This Is notified of
of 3,392 cars of peppers, 9,07,0 cars of
ter than any bottled drink ever Important I Item and one hour and
potatoes, 16,209 cars of 'tomatoes,
tasted. Mrs. Andrews was Interested will be forced to do
1,899 cars of strawberries, 9,1291cars night opera-
PROTECTION of watermelons and 1,102 cars' : in the latest news concerning later, since so many called the
the REA extension line, a proposed now requiring it. It is the robbers
of other non-citrua
. It can only come from project that will run from handle the question by trucks l
sound, adequate insurance The ranking by counties in the i Brooker through New River and but the conference the safe and A small amount each i" .by r ,
rail of fruits
Every clement of shipments and vegetables :r on to Heilbronn Springs. The idea of asking for }

worry and fear Is taken : was aa follows: Polk, 18,3791 children are worrying her for new a large majority of the I, week invested in YourRetirementPlan

from your shoulders i cars; Orange, 12,411 cars; Palm batteries to the radio, but she themselves" see the need : 'y '1

and the cost Is small! Beach, 8,796 cars; Seminole, 6,971 I doesn't want to invest in them if i I for it. A committee was I. rites and :

that section will soon have electric I to confer with the farmers Count of Co will enable you to ,r 1
LET US WRITE leaves in each, stalk as there is power. Mrs.! Andrews hopes tions where we now have in a crypt ?

I a gum which will paste the leaves that the required number will soon I markets. This committee Park Cem- obtain a regular income '

YOUR INSURANCE! i, together if it Is allowed to dry. sign up so that the project can go of William L. Wilson, Gaydon, his '

We represent several large, Place leaves flat in the shade and on through and New River can State markets; S, W. ride per week at l" 'x!

c' reliable companies In the turn them frequently until they have electric lights and vegetable specialist in a the age of 60 or 65. ',;'b 1I

i) Theft, Liability. Annuity, are dry. Along the Scout Hole road E, State Marketing Bureau, fatal Injur-

Life and Fire fields. Long leaf pine needles should be L (Eustace or Eustis, we don't E. Tlmmong extension F. D. Sulli See our local agent '
gathered in the winter and cured know how he spells It) Kelly was In marketing, Florida Church pray r / ?

l'i from six weeks to two months. If riding up cattle, making a handsome Service These men will the former or write :" "'' rrinc.
+ JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT there is too much rain the needles
figure mounted on his good- with farmers throughout throne. Miss
will mildew. Cure them so that looking hot'so. We can't help but I\, particularly In the sections black and ac ., r eunro,

the sun can reach all parts of feel that Eustace Is living out of I] being served by State sister, Mary,

PHONE 13 them; to do this, cut off branches his time for we can imagine how and should they find a She was

and tie them with tops up. he would have looked dyked out I nent sentiment in favor of appear at

: in a gray uniform, on a spirited lation will prepare a bill where ser

horse, leading his men Into battle sentation to the next joined the .

' d BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull during the Civil War. But the Legislature." to the cem
even so, we're glad Eustace is livIng .
line of Caskets *: Undertakers SERVICE Supplies today Instead of Civil Ward I Collect a few varl-colored -
times for then we wouldn't have' or small squashse of
63 PHONE-S3 had the pleasure of his acquaint I' shape. Coat them with '1

r O. II. BENNETT, Mgr ance. layer of colorless shellac. oe ( 1.,,

"A IIODiE-LiKE INSTITUTION" A little closer in to Brooker we vegetables are dry THE HEAT. l Mj' l
came across two of the Industrious in a shallow bowl or tray

Hazens, Ralph and Emory, them as table decorations REFRES t, j ,
busily engaged in building a shed t ., ,

FUNERAL DIRECTOR for the protection of automobiles Brooker-New River road. I, '
and farm You'd think s <
Implements. I
It Po lble for Me to MenderF.FFICiE.'YT his old place to the tung M
>My Many Years Experience Makes *" j fellows
these would be ready for | ,
terests did several
MODERATE PRICES a rest after the rush and hard mers in the Brooker I v ,agrtr, '

work of tobacco harvestingbutnot has made a remarkable I

DeWITT C. JONES them. "We manage to put in since moving to his new

r/ Starke, Florida :. thirteen months a year," Ralph not quite a year ago He + t h .
oar: o.. 1 tvlaat a.. JM said. a neat little home, barns
II Late in the afternoon A. B. Sur
------ land
--- - -- -- er buildings, cleared ,
rency was sitting on the front I together accomplished as f

porch enjoying the cool of first It would take some .. r' 'Csy .l o r
'dark at his the :
new place on to do. Mr. '
For _.-- --- ---- years '
Expert RepairingSmith's some fine hogs which he

cars; Dade 6,682 cars; Lake, 5,705: to put on the market i

cars; Broward, 4,629 cars; Mana:! and hopes the price will

tee 3,312 cars; Hillsborough, 2- high as It Is now I'

565 cars; Alachua, 1937 cars; Sar- By this time it was $ oJ
GarageDAY asota. 1,743 cars; Pinellas, 1,668 dark so your reporter had are hot..a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola Is i I'

curs; St. Johns, 1,653 cars; Marlon, back to Starke without ... so refreihing. Look for the

: 1.630 car; Highlands, 1.482: cars; to call on half the people red cooler with the words"Drink Coca-Cola" ,3

PHONE 120 NIGHT PHONE 31 Suwannee, 1039 cars; Lee, 974 I ed to see. However, there and be refreshed 5 F" '

i cars; Sumpter, 937 can; Collier, 36S days In the year and

1 Wrecker Service Day or Night I 946 cars; Jackson, 821 cars; and to be able to spend at Cola Bottling Co.PAGE D.Iktew nod .fr"'lng; :

j from the 47 other counties, 8,429] of them on another visit ,. .. y
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the country the movement from] i I they were great; heroes because r '
they had sinned so greatly Without I
the South has been much greater I

ECONOMIC than this replacement The search i iior US A FORCE IN WORLD AFFAIRS : BOB JONESComments my Intention of doing harm,

wider opportunities than are some people magnjfy their dissipation ,

.. .. I available in the overcrowded. eco-i I The American people know since he entered the Cabinet aftera On Here as though they had some- '

CONDITIONS numlcally undeveloped southern thoroughly the government's attitude distinguished career in CongressThe I thing to gloat over and rejoice -

Communities drains away people toward domestic policies and United States under! the Hull And Hereafter about Sam Jones would have beena t

fiom every walk of life. About i; problems.' There have been few policy, will pull no nation's greater minister If he had never

1 OF THE SOUTH one child of every eight born and eras. in which the doings of government nuts from the fire. But It chest-I The story goes that a father said! been drunk. Jerry MacAuley '

educated In Alabama or Mississippi and the politicians who all the moral suasion at Its could have been a greater soul ;
to his little boy, "When do a
contributes his life's productivity run the machine have been so mand to repel aggressors. you winner without ever having been

A HEPTIINT OF THK REPORT PREPARED to some other State. much concern to the average. man trusts and dislikes all the dicta- bad deed go put a tack In the barn in prison. It is not desirable to

POU THE PRESIDENT: BY THE The expanding southern popUla- and woman. But it Is probably a tors. And It has unsurpassed j I door This will remind you that sow wild oats Men have to reap

NATIONAL EMERGENCY COUNCIL tion likewise has a marked effecton fact that a relatively small pro- forces to meet the Issue If and' you have done arong." one day what they sow. Often they reap

the South's economic standards. portion of the people have any when It Is forced. the little boy came in and said what they sowed In their dissipated -

KHrlv In July President Hoonevett called our South There are fewer productive adult adequate realization of the Immensely This does not mean that thereIs "I haven't room for another tack. days after they are converted.

cI Note No T economic problem and ankeil the National Emornenry workers and more dependents per important change that no criticism at all of our present The barn door is full." The father "I have a hard liver a skipping

I ,-| anil t-oncluii the NEC Matoment aubmlttet of tin It* nacdn and prnhlama, of capita than In other sections of tins taken place In American for- foreign policy. One school favors, replied, "Well, why don't you start pulse, and a shattered nervous system -
recently ,
report preHentlnir "In
ti It fliNt degree tl1ft manifold, aftseta and ,iirtvaiitairpii popaesHetl by their the country The export of popUlation i eign policy during the last few complete Isolation. and would have now and do a great deal of good due to the dissipation of my

ni, ,,"iif,rned primarily not with what the South has, but with reflects the failure of the years of European and Asiatic (this country keep completely out and whenever you do a good deed early days" a consecrated minis-

lul until inad n..In.."..the." Le..t report Home we of hasten our renders to add take that offence thin survey at certain was South to provide adequate opportunities I turmoil. of foreign affairs and let the belligerent go pull out a tack." One day the ter said to the writer one time. Oh

,,.1 .,'k ,,' b',e." ,norv committee of southern cltlxeim, known for their Interest I further clarify this change. shift for themselves. Another beaming and said, "Come on, Dad, lines would trust Jesus Christ aa
.11 'in and their familiarity with Its problems. It presents a slni The largely rural States of the
.h i,, nhtaln a picture of the Mouth In relation to the remainder South must Secretary of State Hull made a school somewhat left-wing In its! I want 10 show you something. I personal Savior before sin degrades -

lb 1 intr" and will be reprinted In the Telegraph In Installment third of their support population nearly In school one-, burning talk which, while it flamed philosophy would have the U. S. got the last tack out of the barn them and blasts their \lives!

-- no names was very obviouslyaddrl's take a much more belligerent line door today" The father went to .
while the Industrial States support
SEcTION S drainage of wet more land than have 22,000,000acres been re- less than one-fourth. Moreover ed to the dictators of the than It is taking even to the use 'I i the barn and! stood with his \little WOODLAWNMrs.

1 world. Stressing again his passionately threats. But both these schoolsare boy looking at the door. A shadow -
WATERUP claimed. Some of these drained ''In their search for jobs the productive lof Oscar Carter, Cor.
I held came the little boy's face. He
leave doctrines Involving very much In the minority over
lands the most fertile in the middle-age groups
are International and order. I I said, "Dud I the last tack, but
morality j and there seems small chance that got
the South the numbers returned
resources of the South and they are capable of affording In greatest Mrs. Minnie McKutchen -
\ he this fore- look at the Most people- -
the scars
put country at either will their:
get programs
abundant. Except on its a refuge for farmers who tending to make the South a land home Sunday to Jacksonville
aro front of those will even Christian people--have scars. '
couth It Is generously have exhausted the eroding of the very old and the very young.A powers which after spending several weks here
,mstern fringe. up-I work for peace-but which at the over.Whether The grace of Cod Is sufficient to
with waters for munlcl- land solla. Additional acreage study of one southern communIty American opinion has as the guest of relatives
unto the uttermost. God delights -
supplied same time for save
are prepared war.
for electric power for be brought to use as fast as the in 1928 showed that about 30 created American foreign policy or and out Mrs. Carrie Smith left Sunday -
ue und defend In forgiving blotting
are ready and able to
for of percent of the households were American foreign pulley has created to visit her D. C. Smith In
Navigation, and crop produc- costs drainage landconditioningpermit. their rights at all times. Two days our SIns But sin always leaves son,
ion Inefficient control or use of However a large partof headed by women past middle age. later the President went to Can- American opinion la a moot men worse than It finds them. It 1 Jacksonville

ifceie waters has impaired their the drained land now lies idle Since 1930 most of these women, ada to dedicate a new International question. But various surveys In- Is wonderful when God saves a Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and

value in some areas while In other and in some areas the drainage formerly able to live by odd jobs bridgeand made a talk in dicate that the policy is remarkably drunkard, a thief, or libertine\ ; Mrs. Gladys Carter and son, Richard -
and have on re In consonance with the
areas their very superabundance enterprises are poorly coordinated. gardening, gone I which he assured the Dominion but it Is far better to be saved spent Sunday In Jacksonvilleand
lief. Relief studies In the eastern the people at large. These surveys -
economic development The settlement of wet lands has
bas] retarded that this country will come to her show that I before one becomes a drunkard a Jacksonville Beach.
Cotton Belt have shown recentlythat for Instance,
been retarded in part by malaria. old If she Is ever attacked. thief, or a libertine. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman Mr.
15 of the relief households Americans are overwhelmingly opposed -
communities need better The "fever" takes a heavy annual percent As Life expresses It. "Bigger C C S and Mrs. Truman Norman were
Man?> and in
were without a male over to Japan sympathywith
of public water supply. toll In human life and vitality. It news than either of the speeches Sometime ago a minister of the shopping In Starke Saturday aft
show mount-
systemS) 16 of and 15 percentmore China. They a
the coastal plain and In the is particularly widespread In those years age the calm acceptance of them at GoHpel told! the story of his con- ernoon.
In 31 altogether i Ing disgust for England's peace-
or percent
States west of the Mississippi deep rural areas where drainage la In- home served to show how far a show version. He had been a thief and Mr and Mrs. Freeman Johns
without employablemale. at-any-price
adequate were any robber. He had been In the 'and mother, Mrs. Effie Johns of
of good -
generally tap water determined President and his Sec u penitentiary
) Nazis and
*ella\ Even If the southern work- active hatred of the
of such Uncontrolled flood waters like- several times lie had Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
quality The quantity un- able therefore to secure retary of State, in three years, Fascists. And they show that the
were ,
sources Is ample for wise impose severe damages on ers have swung Americans away from been a drunkard and a drug ad Dalton Carter one day last week.
derground of the against
Northon bulk are
to those of the people
communities but In a number the South. Much of its fertile wages equal peace-at-u ny-price Isolationism and dict. A colored man In prison gave Miss Hazel Whitehead and Mel-
most basis dollar for Franco, and want the Spanish government -
of instances they have been farming land and many of its Important a per toward an acceptance of active. to win. this poor. wreched man the Gospel ba Yarbrough, of Raiford. were

by overdraft and by cities lie within reach of dollar, a great gap would still remain responsible war-risky participation story. The man was converted. He visiting Mrs. Gladys Carter last.
depleted between the living standardsof It Is obvious that our foreign
floods. Vast sections of the alluvial
and week.
waste With the exception of theeaports of in world affalis. Ten years In God's faithful messenger
and older river ports. the valley of the Mississippi-31,000 southern families and those ago It would have been Incredible policy has been a strong psycho- has won thousands! of people to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford.

southern cities and the Industrial square! miles of fertile land with a other regions. had the highest government official logical check on the ambitions of Jesus Christ. But here Is the pointI of liootsy Beach have moved here

laiger towns have grown up on population of more than 2.00000 Recent figures indicate a slowing made speeches of these kinds. aggressor nations. They can't afford have In mind: This man Is one lo the Troy Bennett place.

,!! Piedmont and upland regions and numerous communities on other down of the migration to cit Today they apparently accepted to lose even our formal friendship of the very few men with a wicked Russvl! Redding, of Evergreen

tbe groundwaters are more southern rivers, are within the ies. In general too. the rural population with approval by the majority -and much less take a chanceon I past who ever told his life story In I were visiting their children in
Many are in headwaterareas danger zone. In the alluvial valley has increased most rapidly of Americans.It arms and supply embargos. Asa such a WilY that young people Jacksonville Sunday

meager having only small stream- alone three-quarters of a million In those sections where the land is of the utmost significancethat nation, we are rich, powerful, I would want. to escape the sins he i iI Mr and Mrs. C. L. Milliard and

during the summer months. people were drivenfrom their is poorest Thus the Appalachianand practically every policy of and emote from all other great had committed. I have heard a I family Luther Hllllard and wife

flow Pollution of such streams by citiesand homes by the flood of 1927. Property Ozark areas have shown a the New Deal has been roundly powers. We are practically Immune -I few converts of this type tell the iitU'ruleil church at Evergreen Sunday -

towns has impaired public damage from this flood was rapid increase, while the old black- criticized in many quarters" -with, I from attack--and In the !! story of their conversion as though -

h..lltl. _nnd___ has restricted their 22000000. belt cotton counties and Mississippi 2'.nel'allv fintakinir.. the exceotlon event of war. we would have the I
__ '
M recreational' and industrial use. To consider another aspect of Delta counties have shown little of its f foreign policy. 'B clt.ue 'of balance of power as we did In the I

In these and other areas insufficient the South's water resources the or no gains. This has brought his sage Counsel Secretary Hull I'I' last. That helps a great deal to

provision has been made for once rich fisheries are being depleted about an Intensification of the has steadily! gained in stature keep the tenuous peace of Europe. GET PAID FOR HAVING FUN !
of earning a living in the
aaate disposal keep the streams on the one hand. and the
South. You Can Share in
wildlife and recreational facilities M. McRae, of Pine Level.
In much of the South: the combi- developed only meagerly on the Big families have been growingup Drew Francis and Dolph Reddish t -

nation of heavy rainfall relativelylarge other. This is true notwithstanding on the average southern farmIn Sirs. Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. spent Friday night here as

favorable that the shallow sounds along recent generations. When the CASH PRIZESAnd
stream flow, and the guests of their grandparents $10,000
topography has made possible the coasts are Important wintering children reach maturity, either Miss Arsula Crosby spent last Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp.
of the older ones have to week in Tampa with her uncle
of same
varieties wa-
for ,
developments of water power grounds game Carl Mills, of Fernandlna, Is
Hydro-electric plants with an terfowl and that the sport fishing move away and find jobs In Indus- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. spending this week here with Rudolph Enjoy :

totalled capacity of approximate- along the coasts and In the inner try or trade or the family farm- Griner. Chlsm and R. C. Keene.
been sounds Is truly notable.In already too small-must be cut Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and '
/ly 4 million horsepower have into smaller farms. children of New River, were visiting Mrs. R. C. Groover, of Miami,
addition to their value as
the resulting FEATURES
constructed and BIG NEW
Is of vital importance to recreation grounds. these areas For many years after the War here last week.J. spent Monday night as the guestof 10

power Between the States, there was a R. Kelly and L. A. Crosbywere J. A. Harnage.

general tendency to reduce the size attending to business in ,, Miss Retha Bradley, of Boat- :

---r I of farms but about 1910 a contrary 'Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. drain Is spending the week herewith Beginning in the September 11 J.'

movement began which partially and Mrs. Colonel Crosby her grandparents Mr. and Issue off

offset this tendency. Never- and daughter, Marjory Faye spent Mrs. W. R Kersey.
theless, because of the decrease In last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. ,Mrs Riley Wasdln, of Graham,

tillable land In the older Southern Floyd Crosby. Mrs. Merril Edwards of Starke,

States east of Texas the farm ---..-. and Miss Marzle Howard, of The Comic WeeklyOrder

acreage was actually less in 1930 GUM BRANCH Brooker, were visiting Misses Ella

than in 1860, though the rural Mae and Hazel Sapp, Thursday
population had nearly doubled. In Annie Mae Homage, Cor. afternoon Your Copy Now 'tFROM

1930 there were nearly twice as Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Broover of
many southern farms less than 20 Miami, were dinner guests of Mr. nnd sons of Woodlawn, were visiting : YOUR LOCAL DEALER y

acres in size as in 1880.maladJustment These- J. A. Harnage and family Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey OK WRITE DIRECTLY TO
Indicate ,
figures and Mrs. H. Keene Monday night.
between the people and the day.Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough,
land and a consequent misuse of
of Woodlawn were visiting Mr. HAMPTON I THE ATLANTASUNDAY

resources.In I and Mrs. W R. Kersey and Mia. I
certain sections there has Miss Ada Nlmmo. CorrespondentMiss

I LARGE FAMILIES ARE FREQUENT IN SOUTHthe I been a tendency worked to revert by machineryon to large H.Mr.Keene and Sunday Mrs. T. N.afternoon.Norman and Miriam Guy left this week I AMERICAN ;

pfantatlons. --_._-- dau "hters. Helen.. Dorothea and ''-L ...L___ L ..,
southern In 1037 are also ot tremendous Importanceas an Industrial oasis jruciura dlnn..rguests ior laiianaaaee, wnere one win enter ',
economy. |I Harley Newmans, were ,
But their I' and plows are substituted the Florida State College for
hydro-electric developments In the sources of sea gang of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- I
This methodof Women for the term beginning
for and mules.
of food for
Carollnas, Georgia and Alabama value both as sources Rae, of Pine Level Sunday. .
supplied! about 83 percent of all the Nation and as a means of live- cutting operating costs also Miss Hazel Sapp visited the bedside Tuesday Sept. 13. I 1
in the number of people needed J. W. Wuttemon who la visitIng -
commercial cuts
utilities lihood for theme engaged
power produced for public of Mrs. G. R. Alvarez, oPine
la that area; whereas hydroelectric fishing and shellflahtng, for a given area of land or amountof I Level, Saturday afternoon. his son Arthur Watterson In _
and, Farm unemployment con- North Carolina, will return to his
power contributed only 37 perCent is threatened by crop. i Mrs. H. Keene and little son
of the total power produced In a few places, by water pollu- stitutes a large proportion of the Harley, were business visitors to home here this week.

for public utilities in the United : South's unemployment pioblem. Shamrock Filduy.Mr Miss Lorraine Smith, one of I I t

States a* a whole. Even greater tion.The South Is only now becoming I This tendency in further disarranging the- and Mrs. 13. M. McRae, of the Junior High School teachers )

resources lie undeveloped. It Is aware of the fortune It has In Its the relationship between Pine Level were visiting J. A. Is upending the week-end with her ____
No longer
estimated that the potential out- vast water resources-the value people and the land. Harnage Friday night. relatives In Tallahassee c
tenants, or croppers, the _ _ __
put of feasible undeveloped power j in transportation, power. fish and I owners, agricultural fac- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough, !Hawley Brannen who has for

Cites In the South would be five game and in health and recrea- workers In these laborers of Woodlawn, were visiting Mr. several weeks been the guest of rant KEROSENE < (Coa/-O>

times ihe hydro-electric power actually tion. It has Just begun to consider tories-unskilled are more workers nearly who day can be and Mrs. W. R Kersey and Mrs. his brother Dennis Brannen of ;, ,

produced In 1937 The power the problems Involved in conserving hired day and fired the next.It H. Keen Thursday night. Lakeland, returned to his home for This should be welcome news indeed to the '
reserves constitute a rich as- this many-sided resource In has been estimated that near- W. H. Carter returned home here this week. Country thousands and ihouundi of resident in rural I

wt to be utilized as the marketsof curbing the destructive power of people matured Sunday afternoon, after spendingthe Mrs. Theadore Clemmons and end country home, where the only light after f58EP'fEWER

the South grow. water and making It useful. ly 3.000.000 15-25 young group between past week In Thomasvllle Ga., daughters, of Miami have been ; Homes nightfall i il die weak sickly yellow light from 4

In the Mississippi Valley, alongthe Into the 1935 age In the rural districts -I with relatives. the guests of Mrs. demons' .Is-I an fashioned kerosene lamp. Think of ic
and '
Gulf coast and much of the SECTION 4 1930 States. Barely Thomas Lewis. of Rising spent ters. Mrs. L. A. Wynn and Mrs. modern, white, ciljr light-simple, uf and

South Atlantic coast the settlement POPULATIONThe of 11 southeast left the week-end with Loran Conner.H. M. E. Alexander.A & f most economical. What I joy in reading.tewing., ,
million took places ''
of the followed the Is I half a Keene and son Van Ice, of supper was served by the P. working. studying and playing now in solid'
country of the South death about the same
population open by ; comfort-In perfect eaf..t-and the danger
the week-end
numerous Shamrock spent T. A. last Saturday evening Sept.
waterways. Althoughthe more rapidly by natural number stayed in school; and the reduced.
growing eye-strain greatly I
here with relatives. 10. The dining room In the school
significance of river transportation Increase than that of any other increase in number of farms. most-
is not generally recognized region. Its excess of births over ly substlstence farms, took care of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and building was beautifully decorated I Why subject yourself and family' to
It family were dinner guests Sunday with trimmings of white. A bountiful
Is of growing Importance along deaths Is 10 per thousand as compared about a quarter of a million. Re- the discomfiture, trouble, inconvenience : -
the War. of who of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nor supper was served, consistingof and to eyesight and
Mississippi River on the with the national average maining are some 1,750,000:$ danger
flat Tomblgbee system. and in the 7 thousand: and already It has I In the farm home as casual man.Mr. chicken and fish. A sum of Lttrain health by continuing to UH the same
.xtenslve 1 Improvements in prog. per thickly populated rural stay unemployed. and Mrs. L. L. Conner and eight dollars and seventy cents old smoky, smelly unscientific light '
the most laborers or as and Thomas Lewis of sales which
realized from the ModernizeItour
'e son. Loran was of grandfather's day
s An
in the Tennessee Basin. the United States. Of the competition for jobs
intra-coastal area in Increasing Rising, were dinner guests of Mr. will be used for purchasing eqUIP- home. with Aladdin Kerosene
waterway now proVides native-born persons in the balance of em-
of 108,600.000 has also upset and Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Sunday. ment for the cafeteria. Lamp, and have a yes! light. Coin ,
a safe route for vessels in 1930 28,700,000 between white and ne .
the country ployment and let tell all about this
Mrs. Francis Kelly of Brooker, Rev. W. T. McGuire will preachat I : in u* you
moderate draft along three-fourths were born In the Southeast, all but gro. Unemployment among white Meal home lighting Jcvke.Ilutfratta .
of was visiting Mrs. W. F. Harnage the Christian Church next Sun 'c:4'
the southern coast. Channel 4600.000 in rural districts. people has caused them to seek ,
Monday afternoon. day morning and evening. Every-
Deepening has provided free access The rural districts have exported jobs which were traditionally fill- '| Mrs, Audrey Newmans Is visit- body invited. 41,.he ,t. live third of
or ocean shipping to such Inland natural increase ed only by negroes in the South Aladdin a
one-fourth of their her Mr. and Mrs. H. fIajiag,
Ing parents
Ports as Richmond. Jacksonville, in sons and daughters. They The field for the employment of BUS SCIIFOLI-E I Selk" Ill I P I JJIJ- Lamp B-IOJ in semi-dark.'

Beaumont, and Houston. have supplied their own growth, Negroes has consequently been SouthboundNo. i mud Floor '-tai-'iii7' 'cyail pavkliac. >. <:..*M.'t .
America must are the
Most blessings
greater any
sections receive adequate constricted, causing
the growth of southern further with ob.... ..
much of r. I/IIIiL/
'ainfall for crop production. Only still have sent great migration. The lack of oppor- not local: problems alone. With 205-Due Stance 5:15: p.m ,IfliIa T" Pnce

J.830,000 acres have been improv- cities. and into other sections. Of tunity and the resulting J9b com the South furnishing/ the basis for No. 207-Due Starke 11:43: p.m I Siyl.s .. ofawhiteighigetanAIa44inTW.

'* by irrigation. Of this acreage numbers born in rural petition has lowered the living the population increase of the Nation No. 203-Due Starke 12:13: : p.m I i

'k"B' ,f the more prosperous part these southerners 17.N)0,000) live In the standards of both white and negro with southern workers com No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m ,

II useci! for vegetable, rice and cltrus.frult areas only were born. and workers in the South. ing Into other sections of the coun- Northbound 11 .taispi
locality where they of the In of opportunity, with witlis-iS e,751001 AladdinMANTLE
try quest
production. In the semiarid South en The population problems '
left the
In 3.800.000 have of adult the South' large potential market' No. 202-Due Starke 1:50::! p.m
western sections. except South-the disproportion I II
tirely. these No. 204-Due Starke 4:13: p.m. NoW* 4
the lower Rio Grande Valley irrigation from workers to dependents the displacement for the Nation's goods problems I LAM-B 1
la in the developmental This migration has taken of agricultural workers are national. I I No. 206Due Starke 9:13: p.m. I

"tage! and its economic posslbll- the South many of its the ablest eminent peo- by machines, the substitution of I No. 208-Due Starke 3:00 a.m. We can furnish these Lamps in Electric or Kerosene
'tiee ple. Nearly half of traditionally Ne- ("'hat IN the pitifully email average No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m.
have fully. workers In
not been explored white
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished THE POCKETBOOK STRAWBERRYPlant I Leads 'Gators \ I I.t H-Ort-M 8.Ar.of'InN'HW:' "mor.14 Hy"i-tifron of, S.AI.I'I"W,tyi,.,, 'Ifii I,"II',! ,"','!''I','; ""1

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MEMBER Market Has Large NOTICE IH \O'I'U'R---,,,"noftirarvsjr.u' :\
& _n ram PRESS ASSOCIATION Number Inquiries, I tlnK' ail a Ri.Hri! ,, It,? ," ''Uh

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E. L. Matthews___________ __ .__________Editor and Owner Farmers' Market here, made an ii day meeting uf Oetohee(? "h. "'of,i '" '"\"'jj'!
announcement this week of Interest .f t city hall,, it. atari,1 I"' Lyle' :t
r. aI. will hem ::, ;' '
to strawberry growers In the ri t
SUBSCRIPTION RATE TDFTRAIIER INDUSTRY, BORN PdWNiT \\ 'I or agents a, ,1 J, ,", ', county. The statement concerns fllo ''1'1''
THE PePRCIOIM, NOW INCLUDE comiiluliiit i ', >'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable In Advance gjO TH0USANW OP WORKER*INC9 strawberry plants for setting In i n Isev. fixed,. and by hen tin. nu-.,\I", i ,i ,,, ''I, t,0Milimtloim ;","
October and November. Mr Lisenby's ; '' ,
Advertising Rates on ApplicationAN hi>ulii i I". Y '>
communication follows: I '"""clW

1wEae FEe1 "No doubt readers will be One nrr i ,. ,,,+! i I. .
} i i l NRV, 28 n I.| ,t' I' .
sQNeSIOONf u4eo ''ii, Interested in knowing somethingof 200.00 to on, I ', .u.M ,
the demand that this market Is feet ol I lul i +,I'' '
With the passing of Tuesday there also passed what was LI2Aesrhi i ,' e eClcpr9dfN Original ,, I"i d
now having for strawberry plantsfor HWl4' 1111'.. .M,8tw", !
ft/StP R { Wft"
probably the most hectic city election that has ever been heldor THC tARte- u pN(717R October and early November OAFoQD 1000.00 1 10 "

WCXtM AT tMAT TMtt setting this year, as the Bradford blo ck LiVsfei'11.-1'' t, "' ,"
ever will be held in the history of Starke. In ,, ,
County State Farmers' Market ;,
Issues and counter-issues rumors and counter-rumors 1CNAKEf of the University ofFlorida's troleum: C'cirimrnllr 1 "+n, hl.. I
CANNOT CLOSE ; has at this time Inquiry for quantities CAPTAIN li 4000.011 I to gout),;00 1GteO" (tr,
swept the town and fanned public interest to such a pitch THEIR, EYE*_NOR. ,- s" running into hundreds of ( 1938 "Fighting Leesburg Block 31 ILl; xl., ml, "1 ISM.
Oxford, from Map Original '
-'" Jimmy ; Tnte ,
that the number of votes cast this year showed a phenomenal CAN JM:. NEAR NO I J, thousand plants for delivery during Jimmy is keen to lead the Oators to Nut'> ,. of HW'4.' 2M G J2 lIJU fu'k'AI.n";
Co. from" .
o* fMS this period. this fall .and incidentally raised 7500 01!' ,
yevix fine record 1/1"001'
increase of almost thirteen hundred percent over the number a Lots 1, 1 of IIIU0' }
"There is every indication, from many who know their foot- Addition to "Starke J' U ioA
it'' -I I: ,
cast last September.But these inquiries, that the demand ball believe this spirited IBS-pound U 6 23. n I. K. ,"'q" t'i"' *
r I athlete has the posslbllties of being SOO.OO to 600.00 '
for strawberry plants is going to
now that it is over, no matter whether you were suc- l& the greatest center In the South block'sG1.' :: : '12 '
I be good during October and early Ll'vln'trmniV: :" a,1rn1<, ,;, ;','o'\'<\
cessful in picking winners or not, no amount of talking and November not this year. Florida opens its 193 dltlon to Htark" ,In, \\", 'I' <
although we are season Saturday night Sept. 24, in 6 22. W. C. ITalhV, ,NKt;
grumbling can change the result. The thing to be done is 'IL.. oi: KING .ecmOt.J justified in saying: that such will Gainesville, playing Stetson under 50000 to 100000 ? ""I, '
I "fifI -- I be the case. If these inquiries can the of Florida Field Stadium. Lots 8, Din of block 11 !'
to forget past differences and to cooperate with those we It! COTTOl NOW Goes TO lights to Starke. NEV ,,f NW' .rn\!,
'\ 1 TAIL MARKET IN be taken as a barometer of conditions have placed in office-as long as they are in the right. If j '(AXES PAIl LAST MORE THAN lo.OOOFOIiiMS it is most likely that durIng Oreen. rnlnuil f ruiii 440040 u, '4i i,\;,

i they should happen to choose the wrong track, we have onlyto Ii. CORPORATIONS VCAR BISC? LEPIN AMOUNTED RAyON INCLUDING,SMOKELESS CELLULOtP. I these periods above mentioned you YOUR can remember OBITUARYIf the time aide One of acre Walnut Leg St al 504 ft<'.s.L;",t llhi.

I .. -rQPR ) pOWDER, PLASTICS AMPFINISNES there will be a very active demandfor N. Line of HKV' of NXV', ,, 1
remind them that ctty elections come around pretty often ..... Y4' when women chewed the end of aid Street mid nmx' ''to.,. 'J'1'
to be exact them and as a service to the a small blackgum stick Into a 111) feet E 3'I8! Feel \; IK)(, fet!
-once every year growers you might give space in Walnut Street to begin' 'V. :'
brush and "dipped" Macoboy
a ru"it"1", .' !
oyr"doBi "- OOAOO
to such extent.
o your paper snuff with it, then it is time for :

IMPENDING WAR DOMINATES THE PICTURE II. LISENBYAT WHISKEYIS you to be reading up on the man Dowllng'a Late 6. 6,Addition 7. 8 of hl"h u,,, I Stalk I ,It

ners and customs of the New Jeru- NKV, of SEK\ 29 K a F i. ,
And still Europe is an anthill of activity, a madhouse of MEET DESTROYEDSheriff CANDIDATES raised from 800.00 tc, 1200.00 Flon
salem. Likewise, if can remember ,
I you IL o erlran'
for and hotbed of intrigue. Teli-uhoiit md T.,,
preparation war, a I THANK VOTERSI when Daddy or Grandpaused graph Cu. Personal from J4&.0
The final decision of those attending A. O. Andreu and Jail 100U.OO
Newspapers are full of predictions and counterpredictions. to turn a straight-back chair
the meeting In Jackson Ben Rowe detected a peculiar find It hard to in words Tlia Ureat AUnnti s I'i ,i,,11T,,
Some authorities the outbreak of war is only a I or express upside down, with a pillow on It, Co Personal from 7Bi( III'>i,' i, .MII.IH., ,
ville two days last week of marketing the deep gratitude I feel to the on the porch and take a nap right American Oil Co Personal fr,

matter of days, some say weeks, some, months, and some say officials and directors of Flor- nesduy.; people of Starke for their support after dinner, then you are getting loon J-'rult ou to arowem' ; I':1.I'" nil.
ida Farmers' markets was to at resulting in my election as from. 8.1,00 to 11111.00 "
that economic and financial conditions in Europe will pre- five- mayorin pretty doggone'd old and It wouldbe .
of to the discovery that eight Pi ital IVIeitraph.
1 least
partially enimjnate some a r
the city election Tuesday. Hav-
a ploud idea to see that the P. ,iiml.. frnni 23. .,, ,
vent large-scale war at all for length of time. 00 i I. "orStumlard "
any any the broad spread between the' producer gallon tins, containing: a part of ing already served the public In premium on your life Insurance ill I'" I'' .I,

Whoever Is right, the fact remains that the week end- of grower and the consum- a 115-gallon raid from a truck this capacity. I feel that my election policy Is paid up 1443 Shell 6(1( to 2SOO.OO ,

ing September 3 was the most ominous since the grim days I ing public thereby giving the caught illegally transporting liquor Tuesday is an endorsement of. If you can remember when from 60000 Petroleum I.. usiiifs."th rp' petrol'
grower an opportunity to stabilizeprices I my past administrations and I'' rn Hell Tvicph Tt
of 1914 that preceded the World War. As usual, Hitler made I at or nearer a fair price tothe recently, bad sprung: a leak. promise to make every effort to I President Garfield was shot, the graph 1000.00 Co. *> onal bom;, I 6iW

the biggest news. Tens of thousands of German troops producer, according to Market .Mr. Rowe said some of the "white ,1 I continue serving in this capacity fight between Sullivan and KI- Seaboard* Air Line Railway. Iiluun I
J. I rain and the Johnstown flood, vuiimtlui, and! rn,"' Halo. M
Manager lightning" had leaked out of the : to the best of my ability.\ '
were moved into the new Siegfried chain of fortifications, then you are too old to hunt birds! InR Block from lti,201UG u Z9TJI
outgrowth of a discussion between' tins and a Sinclair Refining 'i.',. .Ptnw
was ,spreading over W. E. MIDDLETON.
facing the famous French Maginot line-supposedly the most I any more and It is not likely that from 1208.00 to 160000 \
marketing officials to at least partially storage room In the Sheriff's office will be Invited out on Western. Union Tvk-Kruph ,iv, P
you very;
I impregnable border defense ever erected. The experts are eliminate some of the broad I I greatly appreciate the highly! nnnnl 673.00 to KiOOOO
fishing trips. .
I many We, the undersigned do htrrceitliy
puzzling over what significance this new defense along the spread between the productr or The eight tins were taken to complimentary vote given me In If can remember the that the auov. ,md turn
Ill I grower and the consuming public the water drain at the corner of the city election Tuesday. I look you hoop- Ing: In a true and uiirrv i lint. of .i
L French border has in reference to Hitler's apparent designs thereby giving the grower an op- skirt and the bustle, the brass real and personal pr"pat) iiuied | ,
upon re-election as a memberof
the courthouse square on Call my kerosene lamp, the redandyellowoilcloth by the city council. -Ir IK'1 1(
t on Czechoslovakia.The portunity to stabilize prices at or street and poured Into the sewer the City Council with a deep board of equallierx .
and the time when women In VVItneHH .
Czechs are in an exceedingly bad spot and every in- nearer a fair price to the producer, lines. feeling of responsibility and promise wore two or three white petticoats hereby mibNcTlhud Wherein out u*,in, h H
according to Market Manager J. S. to give best efforts to this date above mentl.miilW. !
dication holds that their position will grow worse rather than LJsenby. This is a part of the recent haul I I. position. my trimmed around the bottom U WALL

made when a truck was caught by with a whole lot of lacy stuff, thenIt Chairman, t'nj .r..l''
better. The Czechoslovakian government, headed by Edouard It was considered) unanimously the au- 1 L. .A, CANOVA.. City of Hlarkr Pl 1+ rltla.
county law-enforcement la a sign that
you are no longer
in the discussions that a> failure ATTEST'CARL
Benes, has offered significant concessions to the Sudeten thorities In an to trans-
attempt ,
to sort out, grade, pack and mark a spring chicken, and It mightbe JOHNS CltJ ''lerk9.1S3t6.80

German minority in the country, headed by Konrad Henlein, commodities Is the greatest contributing port one hundred and fifteen gallons I take this means of expressingmy a good idea for you to see

of moonshine whiskey. appreciation to all those who your doctor two or three times a
who is generally regarded as a Hitler tool. These concessions factor to Inability to
maintain proper and adequate Sixty-five' gallons are still stored voted for me in Tuesday's city year and find out all you can

would give the German Czechs a semi-autonomous govern- prices on the various productions in the courthouse, at the sher election. Although not elected to about your blood pressure, ab-

ment of their own ; would reorganize their school system ; of vegetables, etc. iff's office, and In the jail, Mr. the office for which I ran, I harM suaBuologoa and: dementia prae IF YOU'RE

t'' would to a great extent withdraw the regular Czech police It was developed In the discussions Rowe said. The,(emptying of the bor no ill feeling toward anyone cox.If LOOKING AT

Lisenby said that there are tins Wednesday came after the and will continue to serve to the you now and then meet a
from the Sudeten area, and would give Sudeten Germansmore ready buyers for the various spirits bad eaten through the tin best of my ability in the office I friend of your youth whose head PRICE TAGS

government jobs. and when the containers. now hold is white the of Pike's
grades packs con aa as top .
.... ....wrMorelmlrtant
't' 1 It is remarkable that any government would offer so tamer is properly marked as to J. B. SAPP: Peak in January, it la just a reminder -

what It contains For Instance, that yourself are not
much to a minority which is determined to effect its eventual AT/
there are buyers who demand and I wish to express my appreciation aa young as you were fifty years
I' overthrow; Yet it is not enough in the view of Hitler. He can only nandle with their trade INJUREDAlbert to my many friends in Starke ago and it would show mighty

insists that German subjects in Czechoslovakia are oppressed number one grade, then there are who supported me In my race for good business judgment for you THIS
buyers who require number two or Felton/ forty years old, to pay up your subscription to this ,
Mayor. I defeated
, and has served notice the Democracies of the world Although was
just on three grades and are willing to and a disabled veteran, was injured I am deeply grateful to the peo- paper and thus assure yourself of I 1/

i that if this "oppression" continues Germany, with all her pay aa much for such grades as Sunday afternoon at three ple who voted for me and harborno an obituary notice guaranteed to
they would number one grade due o'clock on Road' 13 three miles fool Saint Peter
everybody except
armed might, will come to the rescue. I ill feeling whatever against
south of here when the in
to the requirements of the trade car and the recording angel.-Larkln
those who did not
Hitler is doubtless emboldened by the fact that France they serve, while those requiring which he rode turned over and support me Cleveland In DeFunlak Springs ee

and England have shown themselves eager to avoid war at number one grade cannot and will was demolished ,by fire. I The Mayor-elect is a very able Herald. '
gentleman and I feel sure that the
not handle lower grades, due to the The accident occurred when the -
almost any cost. However, just lately the English govern- I affairs of the Mayor's office will : for
requirements of that trade. driver, one of the three other passengers A
be handled. He and the i new paint factory windows
ment has been showing a somewhat more aggressive attitude properly
beside controlof
These conditions when made Felton, lost entire City administration have 1 is designed to keep out heat

', p than it has in the past-partially, some say, because it has' known to the producing public as the machine while meeting an my whole hearted support and I I and glare without interfering unduly -

been stung to the quick by foreign criticism, and also because provided in the program, should automobile near the airport. The I stand ready and willing to cooperate I I with light.
t lend encouragement to the growerto approaching automobile failed to | .

there is a growing British movement to force the Chamberlain qualify his packing in keeping give enough room making it necessary 1 any way with possible and, 'and auslat I sincerely them in A new lens invented by a Co-

government either to resign or to take a firmer stand. with proper known grades In order for the car carrying Fel-: hope that the Administration will lumbia university scientist enables

that he may realize the best prices ton to leave the highway. j.1 to read who have GOOD/ EARSPEEDWAY
However, Britain's desire to effect some sort of peaceis see fit to give the Citizens of persons only
possible for his products. This An ambulance from the Veter- : two percent vision
still strong and she and France are now urging Czechoslovakia fact, officials believe will apply an's hospital in Luke City came '! Starke a lower Sincerely light, rate. I

to allow the Sudeten Germans to decide by vote r especially to Bradford County for Felton shortly after the accident N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.I NOTICE

{ which country they want to belong to. The probable result :I other beans growers.peas, early corn and many and local physicians said the All organizations or persons have 1
' man suffered head and face In-
of such a plebiscite would be to place the Sudeten areas in juries, nothing however, believed 1 want to thank the voters of ing proposed projects In mind to
BirthsMr submit to the Works Ad-
1 the German Reich./ This is just what Hitler wants and the to be serious. Starke for the splendid vote they ministration or other Progress Governmental GOODYEAR-etlll, look it

fact that his bluffs have succeeded so well in the past natur- and Mrs. Nathan I. Starling Felton and his companions were gave me In Tuesday's election and Relief Agencies are requestedto name the name that stands for honnt-
hope at the end of
term of
' Lawtey. girl September 3. their my Yet It
on way from Jacksonville hand a of to-ftoodncM quality.
ally gives him courage and confidence in the present crisis. Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee Burton to Tampa. Felton lived mostly In j I office you will have the same confidence same to the County Commissionerin survey ells at bargain prtc_-alt.

!' i It is doubtful', however, if Czechoslovakia will consent to a Starke, girl, September 7. Sarasota, it .wall.pa1d.! In me. whose district the proposed He Goodyear "Llhtlme
" Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice, Law e.. H. A. BISHOP. Guarantee!
plebiscite. project or to F. F. Stump,
tey. boy. September 8.

Russia, the country that holds the balance of power in Mr. and Mrs. William F. Young, TEACHERSTO I wish to express my sincere appreciation Chairman Board. of the County Planning 6nnn10! MG

Europe, is saying little. She is a Czech ally, and she possesses Raiford, girl August 29. MEETThe to my friends In Starke By order of the Board of County .3 .'''';;"
Mr. and Mrs.
I i a gigantic war machine which is probably superior inmost Starke, girl September George I Alvarez, and the surrounding communityfor Commissioners of Bradford w..WU1iO"b\\ \\ :_:, :.'
Bradford County Teachers' the splendid vote and County, Flori |>. l'.4Tie.
branches to Germany's. She is faced with many Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mar 1
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t Association hold it's first meetingfor given me in the recent election. A. J. THOMAS, Clerk. .
( domestic problems of her own and a major war would make tin. Starke girl, September 2. the 1938-39 term In the high I feel that this WQ a vote of con- ............... tetr'LOWta.w4wa' A8Ina
Mr and Mrs. twat Aa
+r it necessary for Russia to forego many cherished plans for Clay Hill, girl, September Volley Moseley 6. school auditorium here next Tues- fidence and I will do all In my ... the $640

It internal development. Hitler seems to believe that the Rus- day, Mrs. L. H. Futch. president, power to show my appreciationand will offer NOTICKWe for sale to the high. ....-cto ldl
aid ysterday.The to show that 1 merit the
SpellingHlatchT. sup- eat bidder on October 8, 1938, 1
sians will remain on the sidelines, and some unprejudiced meeting will be held, beginning port and confidence of our clt.I Hudiion sedan motor number
K. McClane was the_ ,, winner.. ___ __ 68217 owner'. name Braford D.
11 I. : "-.- A. L. .
th iti h ht n m clock P. M. and -- AI var ea
au or e s ,1I1I1n. e I" rig at o Coffex, Tom. River N. J.[ al.o 1 I
In old-fashioned bee
spelling officers will be elected to serve Mupmoblle truck motor number
In the meantime France is mobilizing, sending troops held following the Rotary Club A-IIUU.
for the current year, ]Mrs.! Futch BATTERIES
f into position along the German border. Britain is carrying luncheon here Wednesday. He was said. Chicken SupperThe REGISTER 8'"rl":MOTOR! Fla.CO. GOODYEAR

awarded a watch (ten cent store Brooker P. T. A. will 0-l.-4t.10-T Goodyear bet-
naval The Czechs have declared martial law. sponsor
i on maneuvers. Mrs. Futch urged the attendanceof
variety guaranteed not to run.) a fine chicken supper at the terie IIIstcb,
in the Sudeten area. Anything can happen and, by the time Bill Graham the first to sit down, all members of the Associationat school on Sept. 22. The Orange for dependable

this is read, 'perhaps it has. was consoled with a small dictionary thin meeting when the and year's Grove String Band, hillbilly art P.C111! : 01"tXTK.H'M\I.K NOTICE II long-life service: ,
affairs will be discussed
W. P. Smith, famed speller I ists of WRUF baa been, engaged i NOTICE IS HEHKHY GIVEN that the world
i. e 0- i>nd winner at the President's for the teachers.worked out. I to furnish music and this featureof certain under and final In decree accordance of foreclosureand with that greatest tires!A

}f COOPERATIONDENMARK Birthday Ball last winter, was I the evening promises to be enjoyable eale rendered by Hon. A. Z. Ad- size and type for

F Denmark is one of the greatest agricultural countries. next to the last to alt down but Get AppointmentRoy also. An admission of of kina Bradford a. Judge County of the,,Circuit Florida Court, In every need, at prices to 11'

finally yielded the unofficial W. Russell ''a native of ten cents will be charged at the Chancery In that certain cause every pockHbook.S .
In it's fact that
i the light of that, an interesting practically
championship to Mr. McClane. pending In Bald Court wherein J. ('.
Tampa but. for the past three door, and the supper will be served
i all Danish farm is sold through farmer-owned agri Wellbrot-k la plaintiff and R. p, LOW ASRegister $
produce years employed at the State Penitentiary for twenty cents. Jones, Kt AI. are defendant., C..e

cultural marketing cooperatives. Individual selling by lone, Many At Lake Ralford. as record clerk Master No. 80S by, the eald undemlg-ned decree appointed Specla will!

unorganized farmers is virtually unknown. American agri- Even with nights getting so bas been appointed a federal probation A new product similar to cellu- ell to the hlKhmt bidder for cnuli
crisp that a spread la not enough officer. Russell's duties at loid, but made from wood pulp, i, In front of th Smith front door oi

culture is gradually coming toward this state, with the mem- cover and a quilt too much out- Raiford Included interviewing all has been developed in Norway. the Starke.Bradford Florida County during Courthouse the legal In

berships and the volume of business done by the selling cooPs -, of-townera flock to Klngaley Lake. I prisoners as they entered the pen- hour, A.of D. Bale on Monday, October3rd Motor Co.!

On Sunday unusually large numbers tentlary. He la a graduate of the The only farm on Manhattan island I.e. eltuate 11138 In the Bradford followingprem
; steadily growing. The result: a sounder farm economy, County,
of out of city automobiles and 935 class of University of Florida N. Y., has only five acres, Florida, to-wll:

more stable markets and a better return to the producer. I, visitors were noted. but Is valued at 1400,000. Ix of>t.Lot S3. 54.67-6S 69, and all 80 In. and Sec N"12.. Starke, Fla.PAGE .

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