Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IOPOSEDLmmission c THE LAST DATE Reaches PeakA



Game I Hill Provides Kegulation In Past eek-Low
To BE STARTED of "Nuisances" Prices Prevail
fn County I
I I At Lake
Bradford County reached what S
Lotion to establish "t
seeking a
will probably prove to be the peak
week in Bradford i According to legal notice now
Lay hunting of the season's strawberry
t nty from November 20 to Jan- COUNTY TELEGRAPH being published !in the Clay County -II duction during the past seven ''

I ewill/ be sought by the Brad. 1 1I Crescent a newspaper at Green days whet 30,861 crates almost

I j County Board of County Com- I Cove Springs, a bill will he Intl'I'I'' half us many as had been shippedIn
I according to a legal duced In the State '
,loners In entire season up to then
I rrlspment! published in this 4 ,. SOBER WEDDINGS "regulating the operation of all w I were loaded from (the wharves at
I or the Telegraph. Huntinglid WANTED 2-YEAR TERMS motor boats launches, and other''' I Stark and Lawtey

b& prohibited entirely after Y water craft propelled by gasolineor Kefi Igerator and
airy 1. 4 '' 1'i Representative George Inmtm of PROPOSED FOR other internal combustion en-' I cars entered the trnnspoi Ration {
e notice reads as follows: Bradford County introduced a bill gives on the waters of Kingsley J'! picture all trucks-- ome of which

La will please take notice that ,Iin the State Legislature Monday Luke, and fixing a penalty for the! had already left for the North f

lie! regular session of the LeglsL designed to prevent Intoxicated TWO OFFICIALS violation of same." The notice) I Carolina)( dealproved Inadequateto
of the State of Florida, now persons from bears the signature of A. I
obtaining 8.1 haul
marriage away the flood of rl >'
teuton in Tallahassee Fla., an I licenses. Strickland, Klngsley Lake prop- I frull., Three' express cars were

j will be Introduced and If pos- The bill would require five day'snotice City Seeks Passage of erty owner loaded( from, Starke and eight
in the law prohibit-
enacted This act which will for
e of intention to marry. "All provide | freight cars from Liiwtey since
I bunting except on Mondays d.w you have to do today," the Brnd- 4-Point Legislative the muffling of noisy boats, will Monday It was the first time
JlnPudayB, and Fridays of that i w. be of great interest to u large 1 Unit
,1 foru representative said, "is to Program any considerable portion of
|lad of time beginning with the I: make an affidavit to get a license, number of summer cottage owners -" tho crop had moved by mil with f
November and endingh
day of Pictured above are three of the I and reports have come to me that Three legal notices, setting forth on Klngsley Lake who have the exception of two freight cars

the 1st day of January of leading characters in the operetta, I I many licenses have been Issued In portions of the ''City of Starke's been annoyed In recent years by t loaded( "( at Lawtey early in the
) following year, in all Coun- the Inconsiderate operation of I,, season,
"Spring Glow, which delighted a i this State to intoxicated wouldbe I '
L of the State of Florida having four-point legislative program r'Pricea
speed boats at all hours of the
large audience at the school house i; grooms and would-be brides" during the punt RevC'nda'YFI
opulation of not less than 8- started publication in the current and
night day without benefit of
last Friday night. Shown here The Telegraph several have ranged from
predicted it high of
[and not more than 8,850, ac- Issue of the Telegraph.The mufflers. i
are Joan Carpenter as Bluebird months ago that such a bill wouldbe I I $223 to a low of $1.23, with the
to the State Census of ther advertisements I
ding noticeof
Pitner Vandivlere as Jack Frost, introduced following an an- give There was a time when Kings- bulk of the movement' at $2. Grown"
} 1935.e and Shirley Arnette as Spring.A nouncement by Circuit Judge A. Intention to (ppply for special ley Luke was chiefly a family .receipts to growers for the week
notice was signed by L. L.liner profit of $39.55 was realized I Z. Adkins that he would spon legislation providing' that: summer resort' for residents of I are estimated at $73,722.

Chairman, P. D. Reddish, from this colorful entertainmentwhich sor such legislation.' Judge Ad- 1. The term of office of Chief of Starke. People went there to en- Opinions differ
widely us du-
{ S, Wasdin '
Thomas R.
lory) was directed by Mrs. A. E. kins is convinced that such a bill Police of Starke ,be fixed at two joy a good night's rest, lulled to ration of the shipping season' In vs

I T D. Dyal. The population Wall, supervisor of music in would do much to cut down the years instead of. one year, us Is sleep by the plaintive cry of whippoorwills this! area. Some experienced" observers 1"
make the
|ires to Bradford quoted County. act re- Bardford County schools Mrs. number of what he refers to as now the case : and the lapping of say "this week will wind ?

H..C. Brown was the accompanist.The "gin weddings" and resultant di- 2. The term :of office of City I waves upon the white sand beach. it up" while others place the deadline
Clerk of Starke be Tint with the coming\ t\t hnt.._.>Hiir.. .>.
money will be used for the vorces. fixed at two "nn at May 1, and still others
of ... Instead of the faced highways and the discovery claim
PREME COURT purchase library books. -- year present term I 'BrliiK on your warm weather, a possibility that shipmentswill
Much of the success of the of one year. of Klngsle by residents of near- continue for two weeks. longer
operetta was due to the "beautiful BRIDEGROOMIN 3. An act legalizing compromises by cities, the day of peace and I'm ready for It," says Carl Edwards W O. Hodges, one of the ti's' ,

UPHOLD costumes for which the teachers A HURRYA and tax adjustments made by the quietude has just about passed 8-year-old lIOn of Mr. and most prominent buyers!' working ;' a

of the elementary department de-/ City Council In the past, and giv- Night time and early morning Mrs T. C Edwards of Lawtey. the deal here, departed Tuesday. ; '

serve much credit. Each teacher Tampa man, on his way to ing it the power to make simlllar hours are made hideous by the Carl climbed Into the barber chair for North Carolina, but left a representative d

IMA QUOTAS designed the costume for her own I Georgia to be married suffered a adjustments In the future. thundering roar of high powered and said "Give me the once-over In the field. Some buy- t 1''

group and much originality and slight set-back near here Satur- The fourth point In the city'sprogram motors, and It Is often Impossible twice" The barber took him at his era expressed the belief that

-- cleverness was shown. day afternoon about 4 o'clock. As was advertised several during the day, for people in word and here you see the re- prices might strengthen as. soon as d
he was descending' this side of the houses 100 yards: from shore' to suit Like I It? Well, Carl does, fruit damaged'! by drenching rain
reral: H'fo.d Growers weeks It for law ,
ago. provides a
railroad overpass on" Road 28 near I I making it Impossible fur the Cityto carryon a decent conversation and here he Is' running/ his hand 'Tuesday had been disposed of, k;

InterestedIn TLJECTIONDAtEISSET Keystone Heights his car wheels dispose of Its municipal light without screaming at the top of over the Job<,jtnt to make sure the Estimated figures fur the sea '

Suit became entangled in the fence and water plant except upon ap- their voices, barber didn't mlsi anythingHere's son show 4,006,006 pints shipped pt

i protecting the side of the road. proval of three-fourths of the Mr. Strickland, above whose signature one young man who can from Bradford County, for which

Revisions' of the 1938 Agrlcul- The car knocked down several qualified voters of Starke. the notice of special legislation play thin summer without worry- growers. have received' around

lil Adjustment Act, limiting of the posts tore up nearly 100 --. is carried, states that Sun ing about. hair getting... In his eyes. $283.000--more than $00,000 behind

amount of major farm prow FOR GRAHAM feet of fence fell down the embankment day morning services at one last year's IroNs of $377,164,
it to be placed on the market j hurdled the ditch, broke Install Caution LightThe Klngsley" Lake church had to be but already exceeding figures for

le held constitutional Monday through a farmer's fence and City has Installed a yellow abandoned because members of WOMAN SHOTIN 1937 ($2-16.000)), 1030 $243,000)),

1 the United States Supremert came to a stop In a field all without caution light at the Intersection' 'the congregation" couldn't hear the 1030 ($183,000)/ )
In Washington Feeling Runs High Over driver of State 13 and 48. This i' above the .
D. C. An \ < turning over The the Highways ]preacher roar. ALABAMA -
lick had been made by a School Consolidation [ sole occupant of the car was unInjured has long been considered a dangerous 1 It Is believed that the proposedbill
|Florida! and Georgia group I i :| although the car was Intersection and several ac-I 1 1 will be very popular with a GRADUATION
ceo growers, Including Ii|badly damaged. He went on to cldents have already occurred i majority of Kingsley Luke residents. WAS FROM HERE ;.

Bradford .f....VUIlLy._',_'u t I., .Georgia hv_" him___ n for_ .his___ marriage', there.uI ,: .... --- - -
'nder the legislation, the Sec- An election which threatens to I SERMON
'ry of Agriculture I split public opinion at Graham -
to fix national is marketing empower- wide open has been called for May :' Instruments Filed For Record Show .. ..-, Mrs. Clyde Morgan Is '

lie order quotas to would be established issue to be settled 1 Is I We print here the list of deeds County to J. E Sullivan of Brad. I. E. Glover. Quit-Claim deed to Mr, Ileulah Mae Morgan 19- Largest Class In It. II. S. ft
Graham Sub School
get rid of any exces- whether or not I filed In the office of the Clerk ot ford. Warranty deed to 40 acres 28 acres filed April 1. History ViiiGraduate
urplus of District No. 11 shall be consolidated year-old wife of Clyde Morgun of I
cotton, wheat, I
i, j the Circuit Court during the past filed March 23. Master's Deed to R. B. White- I
his tobacco or rice. with Starke Sub School Dis-130 I days. All deeds are to landsIn Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan of Bradford head of Valdosta, Georgia, filed Plant City and formerly Jf

legislation was passed after trict No. 3 and feeling has run Bradford County. Exact description County to Mrs. D. M. Cone April 4.Tax Starke, wan shot to death las ---
original Agricultural at the few meetings of The Rev Frank Robinson,
Adjust- high paRt listed of Orange County. Warrantydeed F M Packham of pastor
IAct t of the property may to Krlday night shortly after 7:15: of the
had been with dele- Methodist Churchof
Board here
the School
high invalidated by be determined by inspecting the to one grave apace in north- Bradford two acres, filed April 3. o'clock I In. an Atmore, Alabama, Starke will
Me tribunal in 1936 in a six gations from Graham, representing county record books on file in the east corner of Lot 15, Block 3 of Tax Deed to Julia Tlson, lot 7 restaurant, by a man Identified as Baccalaureate preach the annual
decision. Sermon for the ,
of the
fc both sides question court house and open to the pub Oak Ridge Cemetery filed March" of block 13 In Gaskin additionto Rudy Denham of Winter Haven. Bradford
tobacco County School
and High In
IB growers sought to making frequent appearances lie at all times.' 29. I Starke, filed April 3. After firing five shots Into the the school auditorium if,

from warehousemen at Valdosta, pleading their cases. Edward Seabrlght of Bradford George A. Aldridge and Ida V. Tax Deed to Mrs Beulah Kelly, body of Mrs. Morgan. Denham night at 8 o'clock Regular Sunday even- i

Federal retaining and paying to With a rtew WPA school house County to M. H. Carter of Bradford Atdrldge his wife, of Virginia.Illinois : 32 acres, filed April 3. turned the gun on himself and In Ing service. at the local churches

I ot the Government 60 per 1 at; Graham hanging In the balance, County. Lot 6 of Block 1 In to N. D. Wainwright, Jr, Mrs. Beulah Kelly of Bradford in serious condition In an Atmore will be suspended In order that

eted sale price of tobacco i some citizens fear that its j'Pinehurst Development' of Rollins of Starke and W. L. Reynolds of County to Mrs. Eva Mae Thomasof hospital. Mrs. Morgan died Instantly congregations may attend the ,t

or, their by the growers In ex- 'chances for completion might be f Kstate.) Warranty deed filed Jacksonville Warranty deed to Bradford County Special Warranty school house service.Commencement ,,4f

"Is was quota jeopardized by consolidation of the I r March 6.Arthur. 30 acres filed March 31. I Deed to 32 acres filed April Mrs Morgan, the former Miss
n" Imposed by the act as two districts. School officials I I M. M. Matcbett and Ruth 5. Beulah Mae Daughtery, daughter exercises) will '
against violation. however have stated that schools F Murrhee of Bradford Matchett his wife of Hampton to'' R. S. Humphrey and Alice Hum- of Mr. and Mrs John Da'ughtery bft held Friday night, April 28. In ;y

rgfa thl'ee-judge Federal court in may be maintained anywhere I'! County, to W. T. Tompkins of G. P. Wadsworth and Frances A !' phrey, his wife, of Bradford I of Blue Pond (near Starke) and the school auditorium at 8 o'clock.

ruled the penalties were within a consolidated district and I! Bradford County. Warranty deed Wadsworth of Hampton. War County, to L. G. Powell of Starke. her husband, also formerly tit Circuit Judge H. L. Sebrlnff of
fred by 'willful sale," filed March 11. deed filed April 12. I deed to 60 filed Gainesville will deliver. the ad.
ot the In ex- It would not necessarily mean I ranty Quit-Claim acres Starke and the son of Mr and dress.
by quotas and must be abandonment of the Graham D. W. Swindell and wife Ethel Florence Bell and M. J. Bell her April 7.Thomas. Mrs Frank Morgan of Palmetto,

"SIgned the growers. School just because the districts I Swindell of Bradford to M. M husband, of Bradford County, to I W. Fielding and Louise were staying In Atmore where The following program will be

to keep crop surpluses were consolidated.It Matchett of Hampton. Warrantydeed Ftoale Johnson of Bradford County Fielding, his wife, of Alachua Mr. Morgan had charge of re- followed at the Baccalaureate: q

Ls market channels, marketing was necessary for the Boardto filed March 13. Warranty deed to lot In Lawtey, County, to L. G. Powell and MayF. trlgeratlng trucks for strawberry Processional Mrs K. a. Duncan;

moat be approved by two call the election upon presen- K. G. Duncan and Margaret filed April 13. Powell, his wife, of Starke shipping. Invocation Dr. C. C, Adams;

tofu growers a crop cast- tation of a petition signed by 25 Duncan his wife of Starke to El- Jennie S. Wallace and W. T. Deed to 40 acres tiled April 7. Atmore authorities Denham Hymn; Scripture, the Rev. A. E.

CJ In a referendum percent of the qualified voters of lery M. Davis and Margaret Inez Wallace her husband of Bradford : Lawtey State Bank of Lawtey followed Mrs. Morgan say and her Lightfoot; "Lift Thine Eyes," and ,

last Were invoked for the first the two districts. Davis his wife of Starke. Lots 12, County to Margaret D. Reaves of I to Freeman' Register of Starke. husband from Florida to Atmore. "Seek Ye the Lord" by the,Women's a)

o year on cotton and to- The .r.".. iiinoninrp. _.. at Starke will it .tA of Block 15.. Temple's Addition Jacksonville. Warranty deed to 2 East :SO> feet of lot 4 block 4 In I I) h k __.. Chorus; Sermon, the Rev. Mr.
u r --- 4U. -- -- en am retuned to ma a
..t.d crops. Cotton growers be In the City Hall and the one to Starke. Warranty deed acres on north shore of Bedford Lawtey. Deed filed April 10. r statement concerning the shootIng any- Robinson> ; Hymn; Benediction r
than 90 S. Was- Lake filed March 16. | R. J, Davis as Liquidator of I The graduating class has
r of the per cent in at Graham will be in R filed March 15. s except to say "she lied to me." sixty- M
ne restrictive Provl8ionaP'opoHed din's packing house. Managersof A. E. Dunham of Duval Countyto Harwlll Investments Inc., to R. i Bank of Starke. to Freeman RegIster The body was shipped back to five members this year, believedto

lIOtas crop law. the election will be, Graham: J. K. G. Duncan and Margaret B. Whitehead of Valdosta Ga., of Starke. fast: 50 feet of I Plant City Sunday and funeral be the largest In the history of

On were by the, A. J. McKinney Frank Abernathy, Duncan of Starke. Lots 12, 13 Deed to 200 acres filed March 20. lot 4, block 4 In Lawtey. Deed services were held from the I the school here. :
rice year's cotton, tobac H. D. Wasdin, and John Surrency: I 14 of Block 15 In Temple's Addition ,! Martin E. Griner and wife Zor- I filed April 10. i iI Church of Christ Monday after- .a--- 4

Crops. However, ondueers Starke L. D Green, C. J. Powell. to Starke. Warranty deed ra M Griner of Union County, to I R. R. Thede J. H, Moore, Louis noon at 2 o'clock with the Kev BirthsMr. 4l

of cotton approved S. E. Sparks!, and F. A. Scott. filed March 15. W. S. Sibley of ThereHsa. Deed If. Hill Hal Edwards and G. W. Lev Gentry officiating. Interment and Krs. William II. Green,

rnd Jennie S. Wallace and W. T. to 40 acres filed March 21 ,i' Roberta as and being Trustees of was In Oaklawn cemeterynear Lawtey, boy April 14. t

quotas, farmers receive Sportsmen Oppose Bill Wallace, her husband of Bradford W. S. Sibley of Theressa to William -i Methodist Episcopal Church of Plant City.
them bow much 1 to Margaret D. Reaves of L. Reynolds of Jacksonville:'Lawtey, to Freeman Register of a
they Club wenton I County
Survivors Include Mrs.
Those selling in The local Sportsmen County. Two acres on deed to 13 acres, filed March 21. I I I Starke. Deed to east 50 feet of Morgnu's
qUotas ex-! record this week as being opposed Duval ''lot husband, her parents, two sisters MAHKKTREOPENS ,' '
t are SUbject I I Lake. Warranty deed fli- James Johnson and wife Louisa 4, block 4 In Lawtey filed
to Bedford
taxes pen- Bills! 112, and 187 and five brothers.
ot to House ,, 1
3 Bradford t to 10.Charles. The Bradford
Cents a 16. Johnson of County April County State
''In. March
pound ed
on the Com .
< 10 cents a bushel I designed to take from Jessie Norton (formerly Mrs. Hester L. Thomas of Starke.: Deed I H. Richert of Arlington, --+ Farmers' Market committee,

1 ithe ants a bUshel on wheat on corn and mission of Game and Fresh connection Water I Jl'ssfeValter) and husband. C. C. t 9 33 acres filed March 22. I]I Mass., Anna K.( Noyes of Waban, Broker Boy a Page announced yesterday that the I

-market. Price on tobacco. Fish all authority in fishing and Norton of Bradford County, to Erwin A. Balgemann and Lily j 1 Mass., Bertha M. Gebhard of Douglas Hazen, son of Mr. and market here will reopen Mon-
-.- with fresh water1sport Salt Helen Mae Bailey of Bradford S. Balgemann his wife, of Kan- Taunton Mass. Ruth E. Richert Mrs. Fred Hazen of Brooke was day under the management of .

rroUing' IJuibs' Here transfer Its duties to the County. Lot 2. block 31, Livingston kakee County, Illinois, to Ira G.j j of Hyde Park, Mass.. Susan T. elected to serve as a page In the .1, "Gentry ,torJP., r.I)' of Sum-
Department.A. '
eshurg Water Commercial Truby and Company' 'addi- Gardner and wife Ernestine Gard- Richert of Hyde Park, Mass., and House of Representatives duringthe ter, S. C., Cash buyers will! be f
:ant has rented BUlb and Flower A. Durden, conservation officer tion to Starke. Warranty deed ner of Pine lias County. Deed to Wilhelmlne Richert Phillips of present legislative session. on the market Monday and ,

a, R. a large acre- for this district, circulated a peti- flied March 24 17 acre filed March 23. South Orange N J., to W H. Edwards This is Douglas second term having farmers are urged to bring n

rpine Their Johns 'arm near t tion opposing the bill and stated f R. B. Sullivan and Elizabeth Lillian .D. Harrell and husband Junior of Lawtey. Deed previously served a. a page their produce at that time. 4, ,

managed by Tom deal Parrl here is h.be- ly that 100 public percent opinion against was it. Sullivan his wife, of Bradford H. B. Harrell of Lake County, 'to to 40 acres filed April 10. two years ago. l'l'I L

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r..al- "fflctand has door In Rtarke. on the ISth., day ol beginnIng. With "
In the Countyof Filed same In my -1
described vitatc
.. made for a tax deed to! April 1939 at 11.00 o'clock A. M City election hpi)u.\ .
\ t Florida
Bradford State
I West's Sponge IndustryThreatened wit. be l Hued thereon. Dated this the 8th., day of AprilA. of this Act "

11\ Key BOY BEH; : of NE'4! Ex. 3 acres In SW Said certificate embraces the fol the D.. 19S9.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Florida.City Council oof ti h,. > f
R. lowingdescribed, property In ( t
22 6 S.
Cor for Church Sec. Tp.
SCOUT 20 ro:.. containing 37 Acres.The County of Bradford, State of Flor- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford bj.w7M.; Ed"1" ,,
Disease 4-14 8t 4-21 '
Florida. I"
County. ",:1,
Ii 1 By taxes to be sold are evidenced ida, to-wit: "
by certificate No.. S and 75 of West Half of Southeast. Quarterf NOTICE Johns. Cft"I! ,,
NEWSTroop 1927 and 1833 reHpectlvely, and represent Northwest Quarter of Section 14,
the vented in them The '1- '
unpaid taxes for the years Township 6 South Range 22 Bast Board By of power Public Instruction ol ____ .1

$100.000 sponge 1926 to 1938, both Inclusive amountIng containing 20 acres more .or less. Bradford County hereby call. an NoticE OF I'11T"\i1'1::
The of the said prop-
West- The assessment
Key Attention Mystery to S96.13.ALMO 'i'll
District FOil
election In Graham, Sub MPECI"I. PI'
for which Key Westought Scouts of America : All Blk 17, Town of Law- .rty under the said certificate Issued Starke Sub School FOil THE L.{'
industry 70, Boy of C. L. Peek. No. 11 and CITY oj... NT'\'I;
( a minor "war" with Tar- FansThe met Monday night with a good at- t<;?y W of Ky Sec23 Tp. S S. K. 22 Unless was In said the name certificate' shall be District No. S to be held May 9. FM>RII>A.NOTICE hJ
E.The theproperty 1939 In Riley Wasdln's packingshed Is hen-1,,' \
pon Springs divers 10 years ago tendance of members. The meeting taxes to I ba Hold are evidencedby redeemed described accordingto therein law.will be and In the City Hall In the townof whom It may con. HI"",", Iii 511:," i ierslgned t,1,
by a mysterious thrilling novels certificate Nos. 228 and 694 of Btarke to determine whether of will has' , ":beIue.t
today following '
ruined the ,
with the Scout bidder at ,,
.old to the
opened and -
appeared was 11)32) and 1933 respectively represent not district No It shall consolidate ( the passage. Ar Y ''d "
occan-foor epidemic. may be found at the Starke Public Oath and Laws and the Pledge ofAllegla.nce unpaid taxes for the years court house door month on of the June first, Mon-1939, with Starke; District No. 3 to elect latlon for the City ,/i1'1:' ;' I IIda .
t the ma- 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng day In the "
kilLs and determine the at the / '
A disease which Library: and was then turned to $229.88.ALHO which Is the 6th day of June, 1839. three trustees 1939 regular \ ". 00' 1
. and 'leaves their Murder Case byS. Chairman : NVb of Blk 21, Town of Dated this the 8th day of April amount of mlllage to be assessed Florida Lf'glHlalllr, 'r, '011
rine animals Grade Allen over to Dr. M. B. Herlong, against said consolidated districtfor approving, confirming ..1 t
and I.wtey. W of ny.I.e.;; 23 Tp. S S. 1939.
bleached The Ing all ,
skeletons S. Van Dine of the Troop Committee who R.22 13. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk the ensuing two yeara. compromis5and Jl.v''
porous said election will be:: special S"'!;
p BradfordCounty
for a ,,
appearedtwo managers *"
grew The to be Hold are evidenced of Circuit Court of """' '
they Vance story. taxes
: rotted where This Is a Phllo < made an interesting ann helpful 4.14 6t 6-12 QRAHAMJ. for local 1 m p r ,,. v ,

: weeks ago and spread with Grade helps Philo in her own Inimitably talk concerning the early history and by represent certificate unpaid No. taxes 697. of for 1933 the, Florida._ A. J. McKinney and rebates adjustments, refunds. dlh, "??"?"""' ;
beds Frank Abernathy ,
great rapidity through the nitwit way to put the of the State of Florida and of the yearn 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive in TIlE' CIRCUIT cornr iv! AND H. D. Wasdln and personal proper ul f >1It,I", ""h'

off the Florida keys. The affected final finger on the killer. The fight that had been made in recent amounting ALSO: Half to! $142.20.of Blk 3 Town off..wt..y FOil UHADFOHII FI.OIIIIIANOTICR COUNTY, John SurrencySTARKE IncludingInterent.ties thereon ,,>. .?"""

area extends from Biscayne 15 scene of the story Is New York. years on diseases that for- W of Ily. Sec. 23 Tp. S S. TO DEFENDANT 1.. D. Green Property, levied In the, .<,""Ily 1,1) ..."f.J?..
Miami to a point Van Dine' It. 22 E. WILLIAM E. ANDERSON ) PowellS. Florida, heretofore @,
Mr. C. J.
of the
bay opposite To a baffling puzzle merly menaced the health The taxes to be sold are evidenced Plaintiff ) and allowed ""oNed
E. SparknF. by \
miles west of Key West. has added a lavish! helping of the I citizens. Immediately followingIs by certificate Nos. 234 and 701 VB ) A. !Scott! of the City of stark thi. p" .V'or '

., l It apparently Is the same disease kind of hilarity for which Oracle talk Dr. Herlong called Scout of 1932 and 1933 respectively andrepresent NORA PRITCHARD ) Board of public Instruction Bradford by the officer. or,. ,?.. :
_ bed I unpaid taxes for the ANDERSON ) Florida. In the collection ,,r 'lid'*
which ravaged sponge Allen Is famous, and the sum total. Sonny Haynes, leader of the Bat yearn 1931 to 1939.! both Inclusive, Defendant. ) By A.County J. UrlfflH, County Superintendent nessments and said?, VI' ..*.
ItI I .
; in the Bahama Islands exacting is a first-class Philo Vance story,, Patrol, to the front and presented amounting ALSO: Half to $17.61.Blk 4 Town of Law- In Florida The 'Name(ireellnsjlTo til 'I'he State of and !Secretary.! 4-14 4t &.& erlnir lelns: And the authorlxmi said IIld"!on*.'

1, a mortality toll among sponges plus more humor than one usually him and his patrol a book on tey W of Hy. /Sec. 23 Tp. 6 H. It. : NORA PRITCHARD ANDER- time to time, by ell....;..,.hlO I',,,, "'f, ,,,\, I
Brown, "
of 70 per cent. Dr. H. H. finds in a shopful of mysteries.Four outdoor life written by the veteran 22 The K. taxes to be Bold are evidencedby HO.V Is unknown.whose residence and address NOTICE FOR OF SPICEl.IVTKMTION; I." GJMIATIO"Fon TO APPLY or rebate ordinance, to comp, ,, ,1111'';
sponge refund ,1
director of the Bahamas of Hearts by Scout Dan Beard. This gift I certificate Nos. 235 and 703 of You are hereby required to appearto THI3 CITY OF HTAHKK, waive adjust and discount "',,;" ,
? said the 1932 and 1933 respectively, and represent the bill of complaint filed herein FL.OIIIIIA. taxes. real setti. '' *
department of the on uml ,
fisheries to be Ellery Queen was made in recognition unpaid taxes for the years against you on or before Mondaythe NOTICE la hereby given to all assessments and p.. ,i I 01 ["',
_ epidemic there appeared We believe that the Four of excellent display of poison plants 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting 8th day of May A. 1'). 1939. whom It may concern that the Undersigned lelnn for local 'lmi 4i|" ",M] ,me7;. .
as It came to $21.92.AL440 It In further ordered that this will have prepared and "" ,
diminishing as rapidly Hearts Is not only Ellery Queen'sfinest found in this vicinity by the Bat eluding; any and all muS'
: but hundreds : 1)tag. Lot 9, Town of Law- order be published In the Bradford request the passage of Special Legislation and penalties thereon, ', tj1aitHesKed
.. on several months ago, novel to date but is destined Patrol. tey, W of By. Sec 23 Tp. 6 S. K. County Telegraph a newspaper for the City of Starke at any tim. .
of sponges 22 13. published In said County of Bradford ,, at the regular session 01the ,,
thousands 'forlda1 in the
City of FtiCFo"rttaCOUnC"
: of I to be ranked as a classic by those The boys then separated to their The taxes to be sold are evidenced once each wek for four con- 1939 Florida Legislature. an of Stark

have been destroyed.Key familiar with this type of fiction. respective Patrol rooms and thrr by certificate No,.. 238 and 708 secutive weeks. Act providing; that the City Clerkof Ih' "' IS,
who hook of 1932 and 1M3 respectively andrepresent Witness. my hand and official seal the City of Starke' Florida shall by W. M. ,
: l3dwarle '
West spongers Case of The Shoplifter's Shoe, by began work on Patrol Posters unpaid taxes for the years thin 6th, day of April A. D 1939. also be the City Tax Collector, the Attest. : t ""bll,

their catches at the end of long Erie Stanley Gardner which when completed will demon- 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, City Treasurer and the City Tax Carl Johns City Clerk"
them to the surface to $20.64. Clerk Circuit Court. Assessor; fixing the term of officeof
poles to bring Gardner became a lawyer the strate in an effective way the ALSO: W% of NE'4 of NW% A 1 A John J. Henderson F.SQ., said Clerk at two years. beginning 4'll II
burned several boats belonging hard with no college training, meaning of the Scout Laws. These In NK Cor of W 19 A of 1413% of Solicitor for Plaintiff. 4-7 4t 5-6 with the next general city --- -
1' 71r way; NWVi Sec. 12 6 S. R. 22 E. 21 OHDKH OK PI'Rur'TIO'
; ____ Springs operatorsa Tp. election held after the passage of
i4 to Tarpon be did janitor work .and spare and other displays will be presented Acres. IV T1IR C'lHCrlT COl'ItT IV: AND thin Act; and fixing the compensation NOTICE! TO APl'ic Alt

decade' ago. The TarponSprings I' time typing for lawyers who seem- in the near future to the peo- The taxes to he Mold are evidenced FOil ""'U.'ORU COUNTY of said office. The Stnte of Florida It> SnllU
; a Is to send diversto by certificate No. 332, 336 and FI.OUII City Council of the City of Starke, land. Klo"ery Ilranrh.You l roftl
method the ed to him successful, and read ple of our community in an attractive 300 of 1 S2. 1932 and 1934 respectively NOTICE TO DEFENDANT Florida.by '' are notified that Be,

I the ocean floor to cut law under them In the traditional manner. in order to show and represent unpaid taxes JESSIE BOLCHOZ BROWN.) : W. Nf. Edwards Its Chairman. Holland as plaintiff ha dUll
The "war" flared for the years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive Plaintiff, ) Attest: Carl Johns, City Clerk. hln, bill of complaint for i\,
sponges loose. numberof I style. He became a !successful some of the work that is being carried amounting $29.28. 'IsMAYO ) 4-21 6t 5-19 against you. SaJlle Holland u\

out again recently and a I manufacturer of the Gardner on by this excellent Troop.On AU4O: Lot 100 ft N & S by 400 C. BROWN ) fendant, and that affidavit fir
; j_ men were arrested ft B & W In NW Cor of Lot 20, Defendant. ) 'lO'rlCIOF/ IVTKVTIOV TO APPLY issuance of this order has bm
west coast West brand of detective story partly because last Friday evening themembel's Tuwn of Lawtey M of Ky. in Sees. In. Thennie' of The JUnle of .'011 ""PIH'IAI: I.KfilMITIOV: filed, all In Circuit ('.up 0(5(

r for enroachlng on ,Key he hit upon the bright new of the Troop participatedin 23, 24. 25, 26 Tp. 5 S. H. 22 E. Florid, ireetlniri Poll TIIH CITY OK HTAHKK ford County Florida: 'm ,r|hI, ,
The axoN to be sold are evidenced Tr: MAYO C. BROWN, whose KI.OIIIIIA. and you. Sallie Holland.. ir" i
waters. notion of a lawyer-detective, but an enjoyable field meet. Supervised by certificate No. 725 of 1933, residence and address' In unknown.You :\OTIt OK IVTKVrlOV TO APPLY required to appeal' n. 'Ion !14

The industry here gave full or chiefly because he had gone by the Scoutmaster, the I and represent' unpaid taxes for the are hereby required to appear KOK "NPKCIAI. ....(.iCE" -\.I'V' May 1, A. D. 1939 Dr.
to approxi- years 1932 to 1939, both Inclusive, to the bill of complaint filed KOII TUN CITY OK HTAHKK County Telegraph Is rtenlgm.
part time employment through the tough routines of Rev. Frank Robinson, and direct amounting; to $32.06. herein against you on or before .'I.OUI"\, the newspaper for th<. publi,

mately :500> men and yielded about learning how an action was put ed by Scouts Frank Robinson, III., ALMO: Com. 157Vj ft E of NE Cor Monday the 8th day of May A. D. NOTICE Is hereby given to all of this order' once Cecil wo
Veteran I of Broadway & Hoyt St on N Bide 1>39. whom It may concern that the undersigned four consecutive wei>k'
i----1 $100,000 annually. together. and Enos Hayes the boys first of Hoyt St & Run E 105 ft, N 105 It In further ordered that thin will have prepared and relIned Witness my hand ind r''

said the disease bat Death the Go-Thru by had a soft ball At 5 o'- ft. W 105 ft 8 105 ft to beg., In order be published in the Bradford < the passage of Special Legislation aral at StArk. Florida hli i
Beyond game.
spongemen operations !Starke! Bee. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 K. County Telegraph a newspaper published for the City of Starke Florida 28 A. D. 1939.
so ravaged beds Baynard H. Kendrick clock they went to the wooded The taxes to be sold are evidencedby In the miM\ County of Bradford at the regular session of the (OFFICIAL. SEAT.) A J ft

are no longer profitable. Arnold* Drenner attempted to park lying on the banks of the certificate NOH. 468 and 1255 of once each week for four consecutive 19:19 Florida Legislature. an Act to As Cleric of said Pin, ul ''on
4 fish- 1932 and 1933 respectively and represent '- week fix the term of office of the Chiefof Knight & Knight Atli.iticyi" .
A United States bureau of take his boat twenty miles throughthe Alligator Canal and there con- unpaid taxes for the years Witness my hand and officials Police of said City at two years plaintiff '414 1

eries expert, Dr. Paul S. Oalaaoff winding treacherous Florida tinued the meet with running. 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- .al this 6th., day of April A. D.
WL ing; to $27.63.ALSO U3!!.
who returned to Washington after coast waterways, at night but he jumping, etc. Winners in these : Com. 262 Vj ft HJ. of NE Cor (OFFICIAL. !SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas,
of the of Brondway & lluyt Sts & Run N Clerk Circuit Court.
Investigation never reached his destination. His events were: for the Standing
a lengthy 105 ft. H 52V, ft. S IDS ft, W B24 ft John J. HenderHon ESQ, SPECIALYOUR
Bahamas situation said a fungus- mysterious death, alone on the Broad Jump Scout J. E. Denmark to ieir., In Starke Sec. 28 Tp 6S. Solicitor for Plaintiff 4-7 4t 55OTI'I

I- like micro-organism appeared responsible boat, was the first in a series of 1st place. Scout Buddy [1. 22 13. OK
OF1..1 TAX
The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
for the epidemic.Dr. inexplicable events which made It Davis 2nd place; Running Broad by certificate No. 49 and 1256 CKHTIFICATKN! CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35!
of 1982 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent Notice is hereby given that 1. S.
subsidence Denmark 1st
in reporting the apparent that some force was at- Jump, Scout J. E.
with written
Brown unpaid taxes. for the years Fowler{ has filed me
of the Bahamas outbreak, tempting to clone down the Dren- place, Scout Buddy Davis 2nd 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng requent that the tax certificates together GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFOF

: it was believed ner mill and drive Connie Drenner place Scout Mike. Dew third to $15.97.ALHO with all subsequent omit-
said the germ causing : One Lot of Land In Starke ted or levied taxes held by the State
l always present in sponge from Florida. This is a Crime place, Scout Sonny Peek 4th place.In 114 ft. N A S by 210 ft K & W. b. advertised and sold to the high- TO PAYSmith's

ii reasons sud- Club selection. the "Pull-up" event Scout Enos bounded 13 by Hariderxon Lane & S eat bidder for cash as provided by
life, and for unknown I by Hoyt St., Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of
denly developed death-dealing vir- Annulet Of Guilt by Hayes won 1st Place,, Scout J. E. H.; the Legislature, upon the following

,- the vir- Denmark 2nd place and Scout The taxes to be sold are evidenced described real estate in the County
added ,
ulence. Now he Phoebe Atwood Taylor by certificate NOH. 373 and 1258 of Bradford, State of Florida, to- Garag

ulence either has been lost or the When Betsey Porter asked, Frank Robinson III., 3rd place. of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and wit:
taxes for the SEV4; of NWVi Sec. 24 Tp. 7 S. R.
; 40 per Immediately following these represent unpaid
surviving sponges-about Asey, what is an annulet? Asey yearn 1930 to l 1939, both Inclusive, 20 E., 40 Acres.
> cent-are. sufficiently strong to Mayo didn't tell her what it meantto events a weiner roast was enjoyed. amounting $71.71. The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
of the Scout Said tax certificates together with bv certificate No.. 103 and 245
attack. him. And even he only half With the repeating
resist all subsequent omitted or levied of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and
-. guessed the warning the word Oath and Laws the meet was officially taxes will he sold to the highest represent unpaid taxes for the years

iI_ HAMPTON closed and the Troop dis Milder at the court house door In 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- I ada
foreshadowed. Here Is murder 9 JOCent
i on Starke on the 2Int., day of April In* to $111.30.ALSO t oi ai :!
MlHft, Adu Nlinnto, Correspondent' Cape Cod with a difference. Gone missed. 1939 at 11:0" clock A. ..M.Dated : W'4'' of Lot 45 WH of 521:
the this the 1st., day of AprilA. In Woodlawn Sec. 15 Tp. 6 S. R. 22'' \ i
are clam-digging natives or Members of the Troop are .
DeLeon 1>. 11139.OFFICIAL. K.: 10 Acres.
Mr. and Mrs. Arral of the frlvlolous summer folk. Ing forward to another field day ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas The taxes' to be sold are evld..nI I
Springs were guests of the Rev. well Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford ed by certificate No.. 137 and 612 Happiness and d Scciiril S it itFOR
Straight Into the heart of foreign future as r
? R. Robinson last Sun- a within the near County Florida. 4-7 3t 4-21 of 1927 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent ,
1t ; and Mrs. C. intrigue leads the twisting to the actual participation in I unpaid taxes for the I

i day. trail., other handicraft and sport events. icmoi'IT cot'ut'u' IN .,'%-i> FORIIKAIIPOIIII years 1928, to to 1D39$82.09.A both. inclusive.ainruinllnK' YOUR LOVED ONES

$ ___ The Rev. Mr. Norris of La- Dead Don't Care, by Attendance, dues work, and Interest TO"COVTY UKFKNDANT:. KI.OIIII1A.NOTICU I,SO: Lot 61 and SVj of 48 & K',
Crosse was visiting in Hampton Jonathan La timer continue at a high mark \V. L. HAM 5 3.Lot H. 62 22 In to,.,Woodlawn 20 Acres. Sec. 15 Tp. A m\'\ POLICY FORVOIRPROTECTI

I'lu I I ftVA.
Sunday. He was pastor of the Once again Bill Crane. Latimer's with the leaders and members of u t The taxes to be sold Are evidenced -
) 1 No. 272 and 613 Protect your home. Investigate this new __ .at Anna
time by
at ?
here one RUTH'HAM
church private Into On Thursday
Baptist Investigator of Scouts.
goes action this Troop of 1930 and 1933 respectively and Issue P"ml

I ______ and has a hottt of friends who are The plot Is located on a of next week all boys who ad- DefendantIn The JVnme of the !Slate of Florida I represent unpaid taxes for the policy. Only a few cents a day will pay 25 --------- -J"

always glad to see him. large Florida estate. There are vanced In rank at the Troop Committee (Greeting years amounting-1929 to $144.47.t 9311, both Inclusive, your beneficiary $500.00 at deathand an 30- -----------.__-_ ff

Louie Dempney and sisters attended many varied characters such as: meeting will be taken before TO Is: 604 HUTK Publlo HAM.Service whose.BuildingAnh residence -., ALSO: All S....., of SW% K of Rv., income of $50.00each month for a period 35 IS. ''
preaching services here an ex-tragic actress. a debutante, the Court of Honor In Jacksonville You<' are, N.hereby C. required to appear U 14 Acres Acre, Sec. 10 Tp. S S. R 22 K., of 120 months ((10 years.) 45 :::::::::::::: 1Z4,

last Sunday. a wealthy youngster who is the and there officially presented to the bill of complaint filed The taxes to be sold are evidenced -

_____ chorus girls' delight and their higher ranking herein against you on or before by certificate! NOB.. 272 and THIS plon can be increoseJ
T. C. Chastatn is having his many with Monday June Bth 1939. ill 1 of 1931 and 1935 respectively. .. Your Local Aa.nt or Writ
bungalow on Main Street repaired others. The climax of the book, awards. Scouting Is Interested In It In further ordered that thlaord.r tnd represent unpaid taxes for the decreased according la

1 shocking though it be time of of be 'published In the Bradford yet.ru 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive, requirements.
is bit boys
the I
'n., and is adding a sleeping porch may using spare tniciuntlng-, to $63.34 o'." PeoiuPsco

to the rear of It terly true to human nature and Is our community In an advantageous County published Telegraph In said Bradford H rtewxpuper County, I ALSo: W >4 (If 101"1 WW of

_____ a fitting close to one of the most way. and in the developing of Florida, once each week for four HEof! S10'4 Sec. 20 Tp. 6 S. It. 22
Hodg'e who has been In the i "J.. leo Acres.
Jack connecutIve I weeks.WITNESS
: startling stories the Crime Club character and good citizenship : hand and official The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
U. S. Service, near the Panama has most worthwnue of 1939. by certificate No. 356 of 1932
ever published. among the boys. A sent this 12th day April,
i,_ Canal, I la visiting his mother, Mrs. .. .. (OFFICIAL. SKAL A. J. Thomas, i, ----- a....-.-- organization uiai ueaerveathe Clerk of Circuit Court. l,.:il to 1939, both inclusive.amounting U I "
H. D. Rowell.BOOTSEY'S. of citizen of 4." 6t 5-12 to $11462.
_. SENATE: CONFIRMS NEWMUPKEME : cooperation every ALHOHEM( : of NEW Sec. 10 Tp. 7

COURT JUSTICE: our community, so, LETS BOOST NOTICn OK APPI.ir'ATIO'V FOH S. H. 22 ]0].. 40 Acres.
REACH SCOUTING. TAX 1>KK1 The taxes to be sold are evidenced Box 303 E. R. BOWERS Starke,
President Roosevelt's nomination by certificate No. 528 of 1932:
Cor.Luther (!Senate Dill No. 183)
Slice, Kffl Crauford. the Committee and represent' unpaid taxes for the
S of William O. Douglas. 40- Tuesday night Troop NOTICK 1H HERKHY lIVEN I'
Wlmberley years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, .
That Mrs. Katie Bell
year-old chairman of the Securities met in the Church School !>
amounting to $36. n.
Tax Certificate No.
holder of of
a %
Chlsm recently spent Commission, to be a United rooms of the Methodist Church 816 Issued the 7th day of AugustA. I ALSO' : SWH! of SWI4 of SE<4 Ex.
few days with relatives In St. L has filed same In office E 2 A & N 2 A of K'X, of NEVi of .
examinations ad- D. 1913, my ,., -
States Supreme Court Justice was and after due and hax mad application fora I, SW>'/, ""f SWU Hec." 22 Tp. 6 8. R. -

; George. Georgia. confirmed by the Senate last vanced the following boys: tax deed to be Issued thereon. 22 E.. 10 Acres.The I
Crawford and grand- Said embraces' the following taxes to 1 he snid t are evidenced .
Mrs. R. N. 62 to 4. The Buck McMIIltan from Second certificate I
new Justice
described property In the by No. 387 of 1932, 10c ITEMS AT
son Edwin, recently visited Mrs. a former Yale University law pro- Class to First Class; Bobby Biggs. County of Bradford State; of Flor- I and represent unpaid taxes for the

C. E. Crawford at St. Vincent'sHospital fessor, will succeed Louis D.Llrandeis Chester McKinney and Edward ida. to-wit: of Northeast amounting years .93t! : to to $31..16.19J!>. both Inclusive

in Jacksonville. who recently retired. Brazle from Tenderfoot to Second Quarter Northeast Section Quarter 10 Township 6 i ALMO: "J" Blk 30 As extendedon
Mr. arid Mrs. J. A. Chesser and Douglas is President Itoosevelt.sfourth Class. South Rang-e 22 Rast containing Entiey May Ex. S 105 ft Original HARDWARE
: 40 acres, more or It**. Town of Starke. NK'4 of HW'. Sec.
'i family visited relatives recently in appointee to the court The following boys were awarded The assessment of the said. prop- 28 Tp. 6 8. It. 23 E.
! under the said. certificate Issued I The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
Hawthorne.Mrs. erty
a since he took office. merit badges: Frank Robinson was In the name of Kstelle Old- by certificate No. 417 and 370 .
Louise Parker and children ._ +- of 1932 and 1914 respectively an,1represent
-- --- --- III.. cooking and stamp collecting;
of Tampa have been guests of ham.Unless said certificate shall be unpaid taxes for the
CARD OF THANKS i Enos Hayes, bird study and ath- redeemed accordingto law the year. 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive,
Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. and and I amounting! to $54 It.I 100 PAINT AND '
We wish to express our appreciation letics: Sonny Haynes. cooking property described therein will be ENAMEL SHOE WHITE IRESoiiL
Johns. bidder the'I ALSO: SV4 of NJo '" of NEV4 Sec.
Mrs. G. B. sold to the highest at
to the Starke businessmen angling; Mike Dew, bird study; I court house door on the first Monday 25 Tp. 5 S. R. 21 E.. 10 Acres. VARNISH AND STAIN

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Cask Ins who contributed to the fund Leonard Smith, bird study. and In the month of June 1939 The taxes to he sold are evidenced LACQUER TIHN>'EB

and baby of Jacksonville were recent used to pay for our services at the pioneering; Comer Ferryman first which 1939. Is. the 5th., day of June, I: of 1930 tiv certificate and 1933 No.respectively loll and, and 274 I'UTTV

.i week-end guests of Mrs. dance at Gold Head Branch State aid and music; Buddy Davis first Dated this 12th day of April. represent. unpaid taxes for the LIQt'W GLf
years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive FURNITURELAPAGE'S
James Gasklns. Park aid and first aid to animals. 1939. FLOOR AND
Saturday night. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I I amounting to $47.4

Mr. and Mrs. Ante Johns and Starke Swlngsters. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ALHO: Elks 25, 2A, I... T. A Co' POLISH S IN 1 OIL
County, Florida. 4-14 6t 1112O'flC'F. Snl-Dlv. of N"% of NE'/i' Sec. 28
'! family of Tampa were visiting Mr. We are local agents for the II. Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E.

and Mrs. Q. B. Johns week before BETHEL fin- \PI"'J.lr\TIO>i iFOtt I The taxes to be sold are evidenced SHELLAC CLOTHES PINS JOe po
& II. Drew Co., the South' TIX I>RKIennt : > I by certificate No.. 850 and 1147

;I last.Fletcher l\IrM. Susie, OIlM.on, Cur. rt Engraven: Their entire (" # Hill 'Oi... I W( of 11)31 and 1933 respectively andrepresent LINSEED S For 25c
Butler of Plant City NOTICK 1:4: HERKBY OIVKN: unpaid taxes for theyears OIL
; line of Fine Engraving Samplesmay That Katie Bell Wlmlierley holder 1930 to ID.19. both Inclusive,
has been a guest of his brotherinlaw Elbert Bowero filled his regular be seen by railing 29 or 83.: of a portion of Tax Certificate' No. II I amounting to $57.99. TURPENTINE STEEL WOOL
: C. E. Crawford. 214.: Issue the 5th day of AugustA. ALSO: All Blk HUT. ('n', Sub-
In Hll-
preaching appointment NOTION D. 1939 ha. filed same In my Div of NEK of NEV4, Sec. 2$ Tp. 6 I SWATTERSRAZOR
hard Sunday.Mr. By the power vested In them theRn..d office and has made application fura S. R. 22 E. NEATS FOOT OIL FLY
ribbons and carbon The taxes to lit sold. .
Typewriter< of tax deed to> be Issued thereon. are evldenc.ed
and Mrs. Lee of Wal- of Public Instruction I
________ Geiger
certificate Nos.
by 4tO
_ at the Bradford County Tel Bradford. County Florida. hereby Said certificate' embraces the following and 1137 I1LADES
paper do were guests of M. Gllnson Sun- rails an election to be held In Ora- described property In the of 1931 and 1933: respectively, andrepresent FURNACE CEMENT:

egraph. ham, District No. 11 of Bradford, County of Bradford State of Flor unpaid taxes for the I
1930 to 193' !). both
day.Mr. Tuesday. April ida. to-wlt: I years Inclusive, E.tRRE.DVTTERI
Florida. on :
County, METAL
;j OVKlt-KATINU: and Mrs. Albert Gllsson and 25. 19.19 at miejr Wasilln's.. parkin t children, Mrs. Emily Gllsaon and shed for the purpose of ...1.ctlnlCthr..e chip 6 S, R. :22: B.. 40 Acres more I ALSO: Lots *, 3, 4, 6, 4. 7. 8. 9, AND BULBS! For t1."hll.
You may possibly believe you trustees and fIxIng the mlllajr or I....... 110. 12, 13. 14 of Blk 34 Peeks Ad WALL, PAPER CLE.VNER
Mrs. Annie Geiger all of Bethel nf the said dition! to Starke. In NWH of NW'/ 6
have "super-human" digestion, but '' for the enaulna" two years. I The assessment property SB\\t>
N nt 9th.. St. Sec. 28 Tp. S MAKES
were visiting friends at Orange for the purpose of holdingpaid under the said certificate Issued S. R. ALL
there will\ probably come a day I 22: E.The.
election the following- are appointed was In the name of C. 1. Peek. I MACHINE
when effects from continued over- Heights Sunday. as manager: J. A. J. McKinney, Unless. said certificate shall be taxes to ho sold are evidenc
much serious Frank Abernathy, II. P. Wasdln, redeemed. according to law. the by certificate Nos. 251 and 1218 I
eating will cause ind John Hurrency.' clerk. property described' therein will be I..d 1927. and 1M'I! : respectively, and
sickness and ailment. VANDERBILTVrlmn Hoard of Public Instruction, Tlrailfnrd sold to the highest bidder at the ... unpaid taxes for the : .
I J. court house door on the first. Monday 1926 to IDS*, both Inclusive,
Florida. By A.
and County.
yourself your 1\11.. Norman.. Cor. .
Why punish .
41rIffl.... County Superintendent and In the month of Slav .19.19 I ammmtlnir to 1207. I
health? Relax-eat less, and If Secretary. 3-31 4t 4-21 which Is the '.t., day of May, 1939.: ALHO: Lot 1 DnvlN Bros & Truby
: Dated this 8th.. day of April. 1939. Sub.DIV. Sec. f Tp 7 8. R. 22 E. toA..r.
at times you experience digestive Mrs. J. W. Knight and little :sortie: ov ,. U..: O.' T\" (OFFICIAL SEAL! A. J. Thomas ... CO
discomfort from stomach over- daughter Sandra. of Lake Butler, CKMTIFtCATKNNotice Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford The taxes to be sold are evidenced BRADFORD HARDWARE\
4-7 4t 4-28 by certificate. : .. 404 and UU
acidity. Safeguard the Chemical- were guests last week of Mrs :\t. Blanchard I. hereby ha.vlven filed that with Anna me County. Florida._ of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and

Balance of Your Digestion by Knight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. written request that tax certificates MOTICK OK .\PPI.IC 4TIOX FOil represent unpaid taxes' for the ", j

_. neutralizing with Blsma-Rex. M. Norman.Mr. together with alt suhsequen omitted TAX ItKKIIena years' 1930 to I91". both
or levied taxes held by the State (!*! >t. Hill Ne. 141.1. amounting to $30.97. B. CARLISLE Owner"AGe
_ Buy genuine Bisma-Rex: at your and Mrs. H. L. Norman and I be advertised and sold to the hl>h- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Said tax certificates InCIU.lve'l : ,

Rexall Drug Store, Carpenter's daughters. Vclma and Gloria, were I Pet bidder for cash .. provided by That W. )r. Kirby holder of 2-J of with all subsequent
_______________ Chapter 111198 of the 1937 arts of Tax Certificate No. 262. |issueS the i levied texas' will be sold
Prug Store in Starke. visitors to Gainesville recently. the Legislature. upon the following 6th day of August. A. D. 1939. has highest bidder at the Court house

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BIjhr.a 1I I 11937 was ,the He largest said the.sum balance since March.in the Nation Reduces Accidental Death Toll

i g.-ncral) rev,-nue fund was $2.516- ;

I 937 but he could not estimate the / j'

amount of outstanding bills for Greatest In .

8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAV.!>> APRIL 21, 1939 NUMBER! T'r.S..EN. I current operations.Thik By Margin History 1:,::;

6.. FOUR -. ... g aAnatn.....a _".n.n.lrA"................ .C1.....Irtll..vv.-_ .I d
C'hlcago. -The National SafetyCon,1 the home exceeded the numb.of
000 of the duPont payment for

..Tnr'rN PICNICENJOYED Elementary Echoes We Wonder Why Immediate use of the schools but announced today the nation traffic Except: -fatalities.for 1932 and 1933. last

,,,,, "HII F the house has not acted on this 'H accidental deaths were reduced accidental death rate of 73 '
: ( year'S
:" 'r"1. Last Thursday after school the SIXTH GRABS: Mary misses so much school? measure.' The sum would come by 10.200 In 1038. the greatest for 100,000 population was the

aeroilTER9! ninth grade went on a picnic to We enjoyed the story. "A Young Jenelle Is so happy in study hall out of the $2,516.937 which Lee improvement ever recorded in lowest since 1922 and only six fesJ

,, ,, Dowling, Klngsley: Lake They had as their Acrobat." reported in the general revenue
? ? the second period? ; u single; year. I years, the council reported had ,
:rw' '', |(.,,, .i, nelle\ Hutch- guests Mr. and Mrs. Williams, ,. The mural oa water transportation Marian and Clara got to the I fund. It would complete theStute'a Last year's fatalities totaled lower rates since national records.
,nits ,,icrows.t Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. J. H.
I' barbecue time part of financing the coun-
," has been finished, and we are on 95,000, the council made known first became available In 1900.
Hundley] Mrs. Joe Andrews, Jr., going to begin work on land and Seniors were so excited Mon ty school systems, for this fiscal the lowest aggregate since 1933 Those years were 1919, 1920, 1921

Society Mr. George Anderson and the air transportation murals.We day? It couldn't be the caps and and n 10 per cent decline from 1922. 1932 and 1933. t Vka

.- class Mrs. Ruble sponsors Mae, Mrs.Perkins.Anderson and finished studying France. It gowns could It? year.Bryan Willis, former State auditor the 1937 figure of 105,203. The The chief factor in the country's ? "

spent Sunday In is a very Interesting country. So many people are anxiously who has been employed by the greatest previous decline was in exceptional showing was a 19 percent :

aJph Rhodes After several hours of hiking Reporter, Garnlta Hutto. waiting for the 28th of April to senate appropriations and finance 1919 when the total was 0,600 be- reduction In traffic deaths,

nyllletetreet spent Satur- and exploring, supper waif served. Teacher, Miss Kennedy.We come? and taxation committees to check low the figure for 1918. t a saving of 7,640 lives, and a drop j <'
Branch Statez The party returned to town in the Two of the Juniors were invitedto accounts said to date bills and The safety experts' disclosed fur- from 39,043 in 1937 to 32,000 in i .

at Gold Head evening and attended the theatre' have been studying about the senior barbecue at Brooker resolutions now before the Legislature ther that 700,000 fewer persona: 1938.

Monday in a group. I China and have found It very in- Friday night? Now :Marian and call for expenditure of $4- were disabled by Injuries In 1938 Occupational fatalities fell from

Adklns. J.. spent Everyone had a most enjoyable : teresting. Now we are beginningour Juanita. 147,230. The biennial general appropriations than In 1937, and that the economic 19,000 In 1937 to 17,000 In 1938, \

IICksonvllleH time. The Vmly regret is that I reviews and hope that all G. bill has not been Introduced loss from accidental deaths a reduction of 11 per cent. DeathsIn
Betty was so happy Friday
Harper spent Sunday days like this don't come more pupils will come this week so as night? and Injuries was cut by $400.000- public accidents not 'involving ) ,I

tuna' at t Gold Head Branch. often. I to be ready for examinations Bob L. and John Arthur were Highlights of the legislative tax 000. Last year'a disabling injuries motor vehicles declined eight percent '

ice Green spent last weekIffler Buddy Davis, Reporter. which are to be given next week. together Friday night? situation have been the action of totaled 9,203000, and the from 18,000 in 1937 to 16.-

III Galnesvtllee o- Chester McKinney has been" absent Perry's back was hurting him one house committee which killed economic kiss was 3200000. 500 last year. ;
George was in Jackson- because of sickness. We the usual bill to extend the time The council said the Improvement In the home, however accidents
art Lost and Found hope Friday? Could it be because he
for taxes was general In every classification Increased two cent from 32-
that he will soon be back with us. worked too bard? paying current without per '
Mae Thornton spent Sun- Reporter Warren Winkler. penalties and that of another com of accidents except the 000 In 1937 to 32,500 In 1938, out
s Perry was so happy when he sawa
lin Gainesville. FOUND-A grand time by every- Teacher Mrs Searing. stranger at school Monday? mittee which approved a proposed domestic one. For the first timeIn running the national traffic toll by E ;4

foa Rosier was visiting Infa one who attended festivities at constitutional amendment to pro- 10 years accidental deaths In COO.
Frank is always teasing GraceD.
Gold Head Branch State Park. "
Cove Springs Sunday. FOURTH GHADE ? Could It be about Arch? hibit all tax compromises. The
..- I We : house finance and taxation com- TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET
-- FOUND-By some pupils, that have a large tadpole In our So many senior girls are walling 1.1
'N Peepe not far room and we're watching him their invitations before mittee declined to pledge Itself '
Snoop exams are away. the AND THEY WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU ,y i'
grow Into a frog. He already has boys are? You boys are always against a sales tax although many

senior barbecue was a huge FOUND-By Ralph Rhodes a new his back legs and web-feet but late.Jr. legislators said they would vote Officials of the State' Board-of -part to assume its share of the '

Some of the outstandLupleB way to drive a truck. i shows no signs of having; any Adkins likes to develop pictures for one only to replace other taxes Health estimate that nine out often weight of your body. ;
being levied.Committees.
there: John Arthur legs. ? people have some form of foot If possible, change your shoes
Bob and Edith. Art- LOST-By a certain Lawtey girl We are drawing scenes to Mary's pictures didn't developshe now have before
I Betty Jo .I represent trouble the majority of which ailments during the day. Try never to
1 and Doshia.: A. Z. and Jua- her blonde heart-throb. the different countries took "Kid Day?" them proposals to tax cigarettes are caused by wearing \Ill- wear the same pair of shoes two ??

J Ressle and Clara; Johnny studied this year. We didn't have our pictures to relegallze\ and tax slot machines fitting shoes and stockings and days In succession. Alternate/

I'Enza; Jimmy and Elaine, and FOUND By everyone who at- We're glad to have Aubrey backin made at school this year? under a State monopoly, to boost because they fall to pay all much with another pair. Don't change SY;{

e and Marian.a tended the Senior*Barbecue lots school. He has been absent Clara is so tired after 3:00: o'- the tax on chain stores and to attention to foot hygiene and abruptly from high to low heels

a careful study "yours of good things to eat during the put two weeks. clock in the afternoon? revise all occupational license foot exercising as they do body and don't wear an extreme of

,01 has decided that "Holdt" Teacher, Mrs. Andrews. I taxes.__ hygiene and body exercising. either If a change; Is to be made,

t" is the most popular songhe Sophomore OutingThe FIFTH GRADE :NKVSWe : Guess Who? GUM BRANCH e Many headaches, back aches, do It gradually.Feet +

campus and even more serious ailments of should be exercised morning +
have finished
Santo,. and Jaunita were seen studying about I This boy Is Intelligent. He Annie Sine llarnagc, Cor. the not to mention countless
tenth grade of Bradford Florida. Some of the children very body and night, If only for a few
Iber' Saturday night alone. IIler High School enjoyed Its annual have brought pictures about FlorIda Is always willing to help every- I ingrown tlll.pol\itlona----'lIn be traced minutes. Among the more beneficial t >
where they could have one. He is editor-in-chief of the J. A. Harnage and children to sick feet Feet have t
picnic at Kingsley Lake last Fri. Miss Hinson is directly exercises are: Picking up
reading us a
I going. day, April 14, 1939. Three teach book called "Pollyanna's Jewels." school paper and he is doing Geraldine and, Billie, and W. II. one very definite function, namelyto marble or pencils with your toes! ,
ihe Little Women are havingr splendid work with it. His heightis Carter spent the weekend In locomotion that Is
ers and several mothers were We in provide gathering In the entire length of ;
are reviewing our
houseparty May 2 through present. examination. historyfor five feet-nine inches and he has Umatill.i with Miss Elzabeth liar- springy enough to act us a shock a towel l with your toes rising/ and yr'')

110th Got this date down f el- After enjoying a moat delightful We will start reviewing our brown curly hair and dark brown nage and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. absorber to the brain, gplnal cord falling on the toes, preferably by
eyes. He Is liked by everyone. and abdominal regions. standing with toes on a board or
Yours swim refreshments were served geography very soon. Agnes LewIs Elder and Mrs. j: E. Andersonof
Snooper. and then everyone went to the made a rabbit and a hen for GUESS WIIONSlm: Lake Geneva spent the week- Because of this Important function stone about the thickness of the P
It Iw essential to have healthy average sized book. These exer-
show. Raster: and brought it to the room
a --. I RALPH RHODES end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
clues should be done at least 20
i for us to see. Agnes also made a feet. ?

Jokes Sez picture for us. Some of the girls Sapp.H. Keene of Shamrock the Almost anyone can have healthy or 30 times dally.
Mammy : RACING HOLDS spent The feet should be bathed onco i
have been bringing some flowers. Week-end here with relatives. feet if they devote just a small

ice 'How are the eggs? They We planted a flower about the INTEREST OF Mr and Mrs. U. M. McRae and amount of time and thought to ((1) each day with a non-in Itatlng ,
Dear Chillun !
flown! here by airplane dl- middle of school and It Is up andso children of Pine Level were visit- shoes that fit correctly, ((2)) exercise soap lie sum to dry thoroughly 1
Flash-dat has done STATESOLONS ,
Jimmy won toes and dust with
between the
J from the farm. pretty. ing J. A. Harnage and family Sun of foot muscles and bones ((3))
dat at de new
swimming race acid powder.
icnelle ""Phew'! one more day foot foot boric
Eunice Griffis missed half of afternoon. massaging, ((4) hygiene
Park Here's another tip too, the Tallahassee Florida's day Tired feet relieved massaging
racing are
I they could have flown here by Monday and Agnes Lewis has John Prevail of Lawtey spE'ntpart ((5)) proper posture In walking.
"" prize was a little cash. activities and a fight over distribution with cold (cream cocoa but
elves. been absent several days becauseshe of last week here with Mr. Since man was never intended
Mammy was astounded when or revenue from race track ter, oil of wintergreen or an anal
was ill. and Mrs. A. D. Norman. to wear shoes or to par his entire -
she heard that J. B. taxes dominated legislative Interest genie ointment Some people find
ictor,: "Ask the accident vieI was actually Teacher, Miss Hinson. Van Ice Keene and Berlin Prlgean system by walking on concrete It
during the second week-end that rubbing alcohol relaxes taunt r
I what his name Is so we can quiet for five minutes. Reporters, Gloria Cooper and Sel-] of Shamrock spent the week-end Is extremely Important that he
of the muscles of tired feet
I'y his family." I wonder why Enza was so interested etha Sparks. recess General Assembly'scurrent hero with R C. Keene. take Brent care In selecting thin
few minutes'-l later i session.A Proper posture In walking U
f\ine\ i'A ) In Cherry Street here in Misses Melba, Jean and Hazel apparel
to the health of
committee is Important
lays his family knows his our own little town Saturday FOl'KTII; GRADE' expectedto demons dinner Sun ]
were guests should be neither
Shoes loo long
start investigating reports of I your feet and for that matter to
e. afternoon.* Last week some teachers selected "graft and corruption" In the rac- day of Misses Annie Mae and. nor too short, too wide nor toonurJ'ow. you rentlro foody Never walk : M

peselle Dere was only two people that the best of our French peasants ing situation during the coming Leila Harnage. One la as bud aa the other with your toes out. Walk with M
'In my mouth open I see scenes. The members of the win- Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman 1A
didn't on Saturday night. Dey week. Senator Graham of Miami, Obviously, rubber heels lessen the your feet In u straight line 1-
enough' doctor? were dat Doshia and JuanitaNowI ning team were: W. 15. McKinny I center of horse and dog racing and daughters Helen and Dorothywere jarring/ of the body considerably.Never splendid exercise In walking
'enlist 'Oh yes madam, Iil Maurice Edwards Jim Frank Jor- Mr. Mrs. H. M.
could have and
wonder where visiting
dey of shoes that will throw the abdomen and
1 during the Winter months, demanded buy a pair
stand out side while extractthe been. dan, Franklin Young, Mildred Edwards McRtie of fine Level Sunday with-I
tooth .' the Inquiry.A out walking/ around the spinal column Into proper position
and Marjorie Kersey. Our
Mammy is worried about dat bill afternoon. them firs). to make sure they III l to walk InUlitn-fushlon, that is,
I teacher is going to reward the house-approved designedto
and Mrs. demons and
I Z Grace. She done come to school Mr. Ed snugly under the arch, are clone- ]! on a straight line and slightly
halt suit distribution
Adklns was doing his own i winning side. Chcerle May Wilson a attacking equal dinner
of Hellbronn
bing Monday morning looking so tired of track taxes fitting around the heel I and yet pigeon-toed. Try it and see for "'
He said to the i sick last race .
pretty and J. R. Mann were of .
guests Sunday Mr. and MI'II.Dave
1 behind the linen counter: "I and listless-she sho' musta hada week. among the 67 counties, likely will demons. leave plenty of room In the toes! yourself how much better you n
good time In Gainesville. for .each toe tobe fur enough a- feel
to reach the senate the week.
pillow case please. W. D. McKinney, Reporter. during Mrs.! P. S. Sapp and Miss telnu] (
rtt Little Helen Is looking so moody Unless rules are waived the bill n
) girl! "Yes, what size? Teacher Mrs. Hart. Conner made a business trip to
1 Z ('looking awkward): "Why lately-I wonder if it could be dat will be referred to a committee Tulatka Wednesday guests Sunday of Mantiel! demons. night here with Misses Helen and +

Km not sure but I take a secret love In her life-Is he wor- FIFTH GRADE NEWS before it Is considered on the Charney Yarbrough; of Wood- Mrs. N. M Bradley. Mrs Kantlolph Dorothy Norman.

$2 hut rying you again? Thursday, April 13, we went to floor. It would require the Insti- lawn wall visiting/ It. K. Keene Geiger and Rudolph/ Chixm Miss Margie Clemons of Hell-

Dose seniors sho' did have a I Marine Studios. Marinelaml, and gator of such a suit to post $33- Sunday. all of near Starke were visitingplatlves

good time at dat barbecue. And spent several exciting hours gazIng 500 cash bond or approved security Malcolm demons and Ed Par- ,' !! hero Saturday night bronn was u dinner guest Sunday '

DRINK MORE dolt junior class was really repre- and shouting at the many, within 15 days or have his case nab of Hellbronn were inner I Miss florin Dyal spent Thursday of Miss! GeraMIno Ilarnuge. llrc

sented by dat Juanita and Marian. many, different kinds of fish as thrown out of court. -. -.. -- -- .. --- -

MILK Everybody sho' did have a good ,they swam right by our noses. I The suit was filed by C. K.

time.-and more good things to It was impossible to.see all In Wiggins, a Miami taxpayer, and rc

I eat. Ask Johnny Chalker. the time that we had. However, attacks the race track tax revenue IN fEATURES

Well it won't be long until that we saw: Shark. Porpoises, Sea. distribution as unconstitutional.Most 1

Little Women house-party. Dey Turtles, Sea-Lions Eels Octapus, lawyer-legislators] agree that ..

can hardly wait. And who can and oh! oodles of other 'things"as the law'a validity is questionablebut
a bloc of "representatives of
wait to get out to dat good ole' well as fish.
And Drink nonracing counties has warned it
Kingsley Pond? The sea trout mullet and red
snappers came by so close to us will preserve the $27,000 annual !
The Best Your, worked "take" for each county or "kill"racing ,
Mammy. that we had up snappy
altogether. The Miami 0"
time were
FROMPETERSON'S appetite by the we
] said
legislative delegation It
wind too
The was
to eat.
Gene: "How long did It take your to but
sought racing
for us at Marineland\ so
girl to learn to drive? wanted It limited to five ECON011'Tit
days a
drove back to lighthouseat l. .
DAIRY we s
John: "It will be seven years week and the dog track season b.oamong Ford f0V
I St. Augustine to eat our lunch. VOI1UUC as
next week." still terrific cut from 90 to 45 days. all ,..dlng r.a -,.. : "nth ,IU' Gilmoe. Yw.d the
There, the wind was ; POWER roe bomo aUlO"19P39
It blew papers and sandwiches off The house and senate Joined in need cars BR..U"; lptbe1 of\nk- .coDOID1 tha tuF01 a"atu
authorizing a committee to Inves- d its 16J W biIatst met b Iow.prictcl
the table. Too, It was too coldto cat- l..d i
INSURE tigate the "causes" of the Wiggins iDI. k.pri'cu ,, .
eat outside so we gathered up .:,.d 011 L
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT our lunch-what the wind left- suit. The committee has not

and ate Inside the bus. held any bearings. .1th Of tOl-
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS took us In his bus. Payment of 12,900,000 in Inheritance vw&SffS&lSBS' root Jo. thl oudf
Nelson Moore I taxes by the Alfred I. du- o ; 1 ? f\\\\ I ....lm butewt

'hone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA Our transportation expenses fund. were I Pont estate on the second day of \ Ua d..1 do'WrGit'[ : ch'.' v,

paid out of our class the legislative session apparently Nf.. ID ....ocdyCeoCSi rsaW6 c.
Several of our mothers went cut .cei Mttl(or aUlE
quieted much of the talk about Of & ,
with us. the slu01NESSS 011

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull joe and Johnie Lazenby also taxes,of the the general State financial and Immediateaid condition J l .J::1..w.liptJa, C\\\ 'gi1.I RIDE' .with tb:,a I j:i aad i:'" 1d is .; i Y

went. !1
line of Casket A: Undertaken Supplies Written by: for the public school system. the ie1dl sr L.toao pdi1ll tt bit pri +
AMBULANCE Bernice Cooper and Jessie Mae Governor Cone's comment wasa
AND NIGHT repetition of his declaration to

58 PHONE: -----53 Byrd. the Legislature that Florida needsno
G. II. BENNETT, Mgr. -- taxes. Lee
new Comptroller Thisyearofallyears;
"A HOME-LIKE What Would Happen said the 'duPont money would take

INSTITUTION"t If ..- care of the State's current deficitin don't miss out on Low t

1 operations and make possible

THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS Ruth Ralph moved wasn't before so busy graduation with his? for payment school of*-the about full$11.400,000 appropriation for ,

the fiscal ending June 30. W3IXtaI {
will year O
come to your home every day through newspaper work. O
taxation commit-
Finance and
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR :Marian had not have found her
In Study hall? tee-men In both tbe senate and the
A* International Daily Ntmpapir pocketbook house declared, however, the du
: .cia'IW"'. ....Id'. eIeAn eo"'I..dolo... Th.Mon_ The Seniors forget Pont payment--welcome aa it was TMMM TiM cowm
sat lilSb"'JloU ehrhne ......tion. : neither. does M l.nor. them.iljtoJRJI" cards In their invitations? M na s
.*...**' mend aU"*" -did nothing more than enable
; .. wutt them "" t rM lor bust wasn't developing pictures?
Jr. _
_.._-L... _IW1 _&he WeAly MagmitiM SMUon.On month of the State to balance Its books by -
---- had
the ---- --------- ----- We
fS tl." Sdmoe PrtbTJbJnVtort.'i" July 1 and did not relieve the Leg

*:*.*. .,,;' ."T Street Bo.ton. UauaehomtU school? had to start islature of Its problem of financ n
39 11
tot of
I '. r.-ubnerlctlon to Th. ChrlirtUn Selene Monitor The Seniors needs social Jr.
ing governmental a W. Andrews
1 back to B. H. S. In August? J.
1VOdbood.V.M? m<">'>>. I iron mace security program and the schools
..mciodta usi.ini anal o'':isysir W.M. Brooker was closer to Starke blennlum.
for the coming
a.... The Little Women didn't have ,
---- n Comptroller Lee reported the
Addr-. their house party TEnza another State had a cash balance of '10.- STARKE FLA.I'NL
and Edith skipped ,
--------- -- ------ h.
s_. c.r;. ; ;. school r 414.007 on band today and said It
j day of }
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"Andrew Jackson" ReviewedAt 'Mrs JI. B. McLendon f \onri ov .IPPI.IMTIONrt FOIL ft OTIC'H' 0V. VPI Iftennle ." -'
s \ 1)hEUteeuate <: : rAr t

Book Club Tuesday I Honored At Luncheon PartyMrs. (! nlll No. la:1): ( ?uhau,? >...
'3fJcictyj Proving her ability\ as a reviewer H. B. McLendon of Orlandowas That J. H. Bye holder of Tax Cer- ThatlTLyman i 1' I I a,\
tificate No CT. Issued the 7th day Certificate No. 'u 10// ,
Mrs. W. B. Sewell gay* the the inspiration for a delightful i .
RECIPES of September: A. U. 1938, has filedKama day of August. \ i,, I
highlights ot Andrew- "'Jackson's bridge luncheon Saturday at In my office and has made ed same In my .ti i "I'I I i,,,
life as told In Marquis James' 12 o'clock, given by Mrs. A. Z. application for a tax deed to be I application for .. ," '"1.," ',I .< .,
l Hued thereon I sued thereon. I...
IIonordOn biography at the regular meetingof I AdkIns and Mrs L. F. Chapmanin FROZEN FRUIT SALAD I Said certificate embrace the following Said rtirioat, ,?; .
Miss Ruth Diggs Mrs. Kickliter I the Hook Club Tuesday nightat the home of the latter at the described property In the lowing described. u/ I,. t
Now that summer is almost here County of Bradford State:! of Flor- County of Bradford, "P"I'.'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E State Farm.Quantities. ,
Honored In Jacksonville 89th Birthday, I I we are beginning to think of froz- ida, to-wit: Ida to-wlt. I'I f'I
L. Matthews.Mrs. of colorful spring I Isn't It E'A of 8KV4 of SE% Ex 2 AcresIn 5AinSW Co, .f. ,' ,
Friends here of Miss Ruth Dlggs Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mrs. Sewell prefaced her review flowers arranged In bowls and I en salads and desserts. SE Cor. Sec: 15 Tp. 6 S. R. :23 E.. Sec It Tp. 8 8 K eeL i '
nice to be able to make you sal- 20 Acres more or leaa. more or lens v ,I
who with her parents, the Rev. A. J. Wilkinson were hostesses at by saying that if one wishes to baskets formed the lovely setting I ads and desserts ahead of time The assessment of the said prop- The assessment. ",t .|?
lived in Starke a delightful spend-the-day party read "Andrew Jackson" he must I for the small tables placed In the minute hur- erty under the said certificate Issued erty under the HI, :"I'' Hi'
and Mrs. Diggs there'll be no last /
so of It. Was- sued
have more privacy than' the average living The tables .was In the name was In the i 11 ,",, .,'i"
room. were
for some time, will be interested Wednesday when they entertainedIn ry and worry? Mrs. Junius 11. lion I.. Lawrence. J
mother has when the childrenare covered. with white linen luncheon Unless said certificate shall be .1 Unless said oertifi,. .
In the following clipping; taken honor of Mrs. L.. W. Kickliterwho playing the radio, entertaining; cloths Smith contributes a recipe this redeemed according law, tie redeemed according 'htl'
and centered with bud .
from a recent issue of the Florida her week for a frozen salad that is property described therein will beHold property described th,. ,, "*.
celebrated company, etc. However she con- vases holding dainty spring flow- soundsandthat to the highest bidder at the sold to the highest i r11|
it hlddu
better than
TimesUnion."Mrs. birthday anniversary at this time. tinued that she was more interested ers. The for the guests even rourt house door on the first Mon. court house door ">n i rb,, > I'
entertained places Is something. Several requests day in the month of June, U311, day in the month felt' >
D. W. Brantley Spring flowers, with pink radio In young people than In And- were marked by white tally place have been made for this which ,Is the 5th day of June, 1939 which Is the 5th daj r";.' lone! '
with a lovely party In her rew Jackson since they were so cards with the Dated this 19th day of April 1939. this 19th daj ",t Jun.IJat..d l. ,
predominating were monogrammed know glad to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL i tprILl! :
home In Riverside on Friday afternoon ance roses much alive and he recipe so we you're anAL:: ) {I
was so
very The
honoreea initials. Clerk of Circuit Court of Clerk of Circuit ('ou, ,
honoring Miss Ruth Diggs; placed In the living and dining very much dead. Jackson although see it printed. Florida. -21 6t 5.191 I I I County. Florida. I > anal
After luncheon three b1I I ,
1 recently returned from Korea, rooms for this lovely affair.At childless, stated Mrs. Sew- progres- 1 package cream cheese.
Y,' I, Mrs. P. W. Porter, who before sions of bridge were enjoyed. At 1-4 mayonnaise
and 12:30 o'clock luncheon was ell, loved children and was inter- cup FUNERAL
: the conclusion of the Mrs.R. DIRECTORMy
her recent marriage was Miss ested In helping them in a great 1-2 teaspoon lemon juice
i Elsie Morgan. served from a beautifully appointed F. Demorest was presentedwith 1.4 teaspoon salt Many Years Experience: Makes It Possible for }Me to Iteade
e table, covered with a white many ways.Showing a box; of dusting powder for EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
decorated the Influence Jackson'smother Two-thirds drained crushed SERVICE
"The rooms were cup
linen cloth and centered with a making high score and Mrs. K. G. MODERATE PRICES
with Spring flowers, had on her son and demon- pineapple
cake iced in white Duncan
large birthday received a pair of plaques
and Wesleyan College colors, lavender and holding eighty-nine randies. strating the-;easy flowing style in as consolation prize. The hostess Ona-third cup cherries DeWITT C. JONES
fct and carried out which the book' was written Mrs Starke, Florida
purple were 12 whipped
; Dainty pink rose buds and fern presented Mrs. McLendon a box cup cream
Is Sewell read a few *. Ills
In the arrangements. Wesleyan excerpt
surrounding the cake added a further of monogrammed stationery and Blend cream cheese and mAyon-
4! : the alma mater of the hostess and decorative note to the table. mother's last words to'him were Mrs. Juniu M: Smith a recent naise. Add lemon juice, salt and _.

C t, honor guest. Those present to enjoy the day lie."always" be honest; "never. tell a bride, an ice tea glass in her I fruit. Fold in whipped cream and ;;
"Miss Diggs, who is the sisterof selected patern of crystal as place In freezing tray of automatic -
Mrs. TblD8a.and"
with Mrs. KlckHter: Mrs. Sewell described Jacksonas
Mrs. W. P. Paschal, brought mementoes of this occasion.In refrigerator. Serves six. AU orders filled with careful
with her Interesting items Mrs. Wilkinson were: Mrs. being-impetuous, gay almost 1 connlden
many determined able a game of bingo\ Mrs. J. E. 1 Top with salad dressing. madeof lion for the requirement of the individuii
rowdy to
that Illustrated Korean life. J. B. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Harold I
plish the impossible loyal, and Wilson won a deck of cards. : Special attention given to promptness
"A salad course was Mills, Misses Edna and Dorothy am
tempting I 1.4 cup lemon juice '
faithful. In concluding her re- Those present to enjoy the party economy.
', served by the hostess and the hon- Mills all of Green Cove Springs view she told how Jackson got 'with the hostess and honoree were: 2.3 cup orange juice

r TM or guests were presented each J. F. Kickliter A. J. Wilkinson, the name of "Old Hickory" In the Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. D. B. 2 eggs beaten Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone

1 t .f with a useful gift. and Edgar Wilkinson. War of 1812 because he was as White Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. 1-2 cup sugar 123-J

0 too g h as hlcko ry' en d gave ft a -T.,. _A._. Davis, Mrs, O_. ,_.. Y Aaalov_ ._..., Enough whIpped-- cream to stiffen -.-.--.--, -,-.-.-.-,-.- -.- -..-
h vivid description of the Battle of Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Mrs M. F. mixture. I 1.--

New Orleans. Brown, Mrs. H; C. Ritch, Mrs. E. Heat fruit juices In top of -- --

! I Goodrich Tires and Batteries Following Mrs. Sewell's review R. Struth, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, double boiler; combine eggs and I: I FOR RnOAD SERVICE PHONE 147
Mrs. C. W. Chalker, a former Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. J. E. Wilson -: sugar. Blend well ,and add to
resident of New Orleans, told how Mrs. Junius M. Smith.. Mrs.I fruit juices and cook until thick. We Are Completely Equipped To Handle The Job

ELECTRIC AND BATTERY the people there hold Jackson In E. L. Matthews, :Miss Evelyn Pour into bottle and store In re On The Road or At Your Home

esteem. He is considered by the Stump, Miss Mina Manassa, and frigerator. When' ready to serve

Zenith and Motorola Radios Army as the outstanding soldier Miss Abbie Harley add enough whipped cream to WASHING POLISHING WAXING AND

and by the people of New Orleans stiffen to the consistency of mayonnaise BATTERY SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY"The

their savior, continued M r s. Divisional W. M.\ U. Meeting .
Easy TermsSTERN'S Chalker. Home of Good Service"

The reviewer was presented to Held in JacksonvilleThe Methodist W. M. S. Circles

her listeners by Mrs. L. D. Vining, annual meeting\ of the Jacksonville Hear Quarterly ReportThe CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION"FOR

GARAGE chairman of the club. PrecedingMrs. \ division of the Florida

; Sewell's talk Mrs. H. B. Mc- Baptist W. M. U. was held at the Woman's Missionary Society SUDDEN SERVICE"For
I of the Methodist church met
'I London of Orlando told of some Main Street Church In JacksonvIlle I
Monday afternoon nt the churchfor
-.-.-.-.- -----,- - -...... -,-,_. r of the interesting club work there. last Friday, April 14.
r.:- the regular program and busi-
The Starke Baptist Church, a
ness meeting, with sixteen mem- Speed and Comfort Ride Florida Motor Line Buses
Miss Grace Dew member of the New River Associ-

I ; .BEAUTY In Musical Show ation this, bad meeting.The a large. representationat bers The present.subject of the program was BUS STATION CAFEFree

Friends here of Miss Grace Dew "New Realizations of Democracy"and
daughter of Mrs. Mike Dew and climax of the meeting was the leader was Mrs. Pearl Pick-Up and Delivery Service

SHOPPEOPENS student of B. H. S., will be in. an address by Miss Louise Smith Simpson; presiding over the business U_ _h_ _
the Florida W. M. U. Executive
tested to read the following session was the president,
clipping taken from a recent Issue secretary. Another highlight of Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. The scrIp-

of the Florida TimesUnion."Miss the day was an address by Mrs. ture lesson was read by Mrs. E.

FRIDAY Grace Dew of Starke, has Eureka Whittaker of Cynthiana, K. Perryman, after which the
Ky., the Southwide W. M. U. Per- Graduation
(Today) been unanimously selected as the sonal 'Service chairman. meditation period was conductedby Gifts

I I4I entry for the Inter-Se Club In the _. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, who impressively -
C1 u b .W...u.,,.".ea t..v b he'1 d on Sature *- Those attending from the Starke read "The Foundationsof

NEXT DOOR TO STARKE HOTEL day, May 13, In the Friday Musicale Church were Mrs. .A. M. Darby I a City." Others taking part on

Hall. Mrs. Orle Wiggins Mra. H. L. the program were Mrs. W. P. MONOGRAM ELECTRIC

"Miss Dew a native Hondurian, Brownlee, Mrs. R. A. Thomas Smith, Mrs. L.. D. Vlning Mrs. A STATIONERYFrom

FLOY WEBB PEARLE MANNING will give her interpretation of Mrs. W. B. Alexander. Mrs. B. M Wood, and Mrs. L. F. Smith. CLOCKS

"Jaraba Tapatio" and will sing Fussell and Mrs. J. H. Lord. Miss Olive Ray, corresponding

(OPERATORS) "Rancho Grande." She is well --. secretary, read part of the report

s'4 I known In Jacksonville for her Mrs. William Norris from the Starke Auxiliary for the

singing and 'dancIng at the Span Entertains For VisitorsMrs. first quarter of the year, which l2t0

___Uu---l,. ish Fiestas and club entertain- was sent to Mrs. R. H. Perry of
William Norris entertained
... ..J ments. She has sung over the Jacksonville, district secretary.The 3o
-, -. - - leading networks Tuesday afternoon, from 2:30: ( to
as well as financial part of the report
WJAX. five complimenting Mrs. Charles S
ONE ONE McCornack of St. Charles, Ill., follows: Membership offerings,
"Miss Dew Is
an honorary member $32.50; Emergency .
Fund $2 00
SALE Mrs. R. T. Bell and Mrs. L. E. ;
MORE MORE of the Inter-Se
Club and is value of supplies given, $620; a-
Deudon of Elgin 111, who are
i( WEEK 'WEEK bers.one "of the most popular mem- house guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 86.mount spent on local work, $83.-

Uglow. $4.75
AT ALEXANDER'S Bryan and Roy Harrell The Norris home was gaily dec- BUS SCHEDULE up

orated with a profusion of sweet-
i Have Birthday Party North Bound
si, peas, roses, nasturtiums and hon- Parker and Schaffers
ONE MORE WEEK AND THIS CUT PRICE SALE Bryan Harrell Jr. and Roy Har eysuckle. The guests played Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35p. :
.- m., 1:50: ( p. m., 3 6:15p. TOILET SETS
rell, sons of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. p. m. : PEN & PENCIL
and Chinese checkers
bridge until
Harrell, celebrated their thirteenthand
time for refreshments. The host-
AND REGULAR PRICES WILL PREVAILSO ninth birthday anniversaries ess served refreshing orange juice, Bound CARA NOME AND SETS

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE< LAST FEW respectively last Wednesday afternoon cake and wafers; and pansies Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. : COTY

from four until six o'clock were used as favors. m., 2:20: p. in., 8:20: p. m.U'est x
DAYS AND BUY A LIBERAL SUPPLY OF DRY when their parents entertained
Besides the
honor guests, those Hound to TallahoMoe ,
for 'tdf rc
them at a weiner
GOODS-IT WILL MEAN A BIG SAVING TO YOU Before roasting the roast.weiners present were Mrs. Charles Ward, Leave Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive
Mrs L. A. Rennolds Mrs.
Percy Starke 12:35:
IN THE MONTHS TO COME. around a big bonfire out in the Moore and Mrs. Mae Edwards. For free p. m.
pick-up service
yard the young people played (with-
many novel games. The contest in city limits) phone Lacy Con-
Baptist W. M. S. HasBusinessProgram
"Quiz Me" way, agent.
LADIES' added zest
DRESSES-Pretty New Pat to the
98cLADIES' party. MeetingThe I
terns. All Sizes __ Those
present to enjoy the occasion business and program meet- FLOWERSFOR

with the honored guests ing: of the Baptist Woman's Missionary From $4.95 up

were: Edwin Williams, Paul Can- Society was held Monday AIXOCCASIONS ,

ova III., Billy Smith, Leonard afternoon at the church. -
SILK AND CREPE Peek, Mack Futon, Leonard IN ANY From
.$1.98 Mrs A. M. Darby, president, $1.10
DRE SES .. __ up Smith, Steve Weldon Jr., Frank led the devotional using: as her DESIGNSFlowers COMBINATION CASE
Robinson III. 'and -
Tommy Smith.
topic "A Macedonian Call For a
Joining the guests for supper were Multitude of Soul Winners." LIGHTER ANDCIGARETTE
the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin- T Wired to ELECTRICSHAVERS

WOMEN'S SANDALS, All At\n fl 1 son and Mrs. 1-1. H. Houston Circle No. 1 had charge of the AnybodyAnywhere

Colors and Sizes Pair *K7C t 10 tpl.95 Mrs. L: F Smith assisted Mrs. program. Mrs. L. O. Powell, leader SETS
___ Harrell in entertaining and serving -' was assisted by Mrs. V. H For AnyOccasion

the guests.Woman's Garden. Mrs. A. A. Durden Mra

One Wiggins, and Mrs. W. B.
Club To Meet Alexander in giving thought-pro-
MEN'S DRESS STRAW QO voking topics on "The Great Com- Phone 103

HATS, New Stock _______ 3OC tO $ eh1EN'S 95 Wednesday Mrs. L. A. Canova Afternoon., president of mission in Latin America." t

the Starke Woman's Club will Mrs. Darby gave an interesting
report of the divisional ;
preside at the regular business meeting t4MeSWP
held in
Jacksonville last week.
meeting Wednesday afternoon at
SUMMER PANTS All Circle No. 2 will have of
:: o'clock in the club auditorium.At .
SCIIICK __._ __
98cup the and church flowers
Sizes and Colors _________________ the March meeting Mrs. T. program $3.00CAMERAS
T. Long moved that Art. II. Sec. for the month of May. HOUSE PAINTSHERWIN.WII.I.IAMS ELECTREX $9.95

2 of the by-laws be changed to +

read "The Past Executive Board Coast Guard Exams.

MEN'S DRESS SHOES members shall meet with the new A competitive examination will stl Utt AND

$1.98 Board at its first\ meeting\ for be held June t COMPACTSFrom
PairCHILDREN'S on 14 by the U. S.
------------------ KODAKSFrom
the purpose of giving Information, Coast Guard for appointment of wN NpRl

etc." and to change last sentenceof cadets to the Coast Guard Aca- s

Art IV Sec 1. to read "The demy at New London, Conectlcut.

SHOES Installation of officers shall occurat The examination is open to all t4t jA

98c! the April meeting." This change boys between the ages of 17 and .

Pair ?-----------_----____________ will enable incoming officers to 22 years who can meet the high

assume their duties two months moral, physical and educational

before the club disbands for the requirements necessary for desig-

Trade at Alexander's and Save summer. If this motion is car- nation. Successful completion of PAINT NBABQttARYBRJB' $1.00

ried at the meeting Wednesday four years of cadetship leads to a $2.75 up._

afternoon the Incoming officersfor commission and a career In the U. Also

Alexander & Co. the year 1939-40 will be Installed S. Coast Guard. Detailed requirements CARPENTER'STHE
Signs and
by the president, Mrs. for entrance may be
Canova.All bad upon request from the .Commandant
B. E. R. C.
HATFIELD Buford Paint
Mgr. members"of the club ,
.. .are U. 8. Coast Guard. REXALL STORE
urged to attepd, 1J Washington D. C. Store



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____ _.
.mat' ._ .' ------- n h.- -- -- -- -- -" ---- -- --..- -. _.- --- -- --- ... ..
-- --- -- -------- -- -- -- ---- -- -
Mrs. M F. Hazen Mrs I r
A E. 1\ i aru 1931 1 i? 1'ivi: :'. linth lii>'lualv,
McKinney and Miss Ida Lee Cone S. H. DODD ...",.unClnll1l' (I/O SUN.47
last THE POCKETBOOK ALSO: 8>j of Hi:1,, of NWV. >s;;,., ,
spent Friday In Jacksonville SERVICES HELD I 26 T|>, S M K 22 JoJ. 20 A<'r,'.
of The taxes to l h. Hold are "vld.-m.-
Bits lid t by certificate No. 343 of 1930
Half Price! Ivory plate "]n- 0/KNOWLEDGE Funeral services were held MOn- Iud represent. unpaid taxes tor the t

formal 100 for ,l (en>elop fi TOPS day "afternoon at 2 o'clock for years IHJ9 to 111:111.! : both Invlunlv,

. included), usually 50 for $1.- Sidney II. Dodd 63. following his Hmntintlnic ALSO; W-tn m|6"fI A of t"-NV, of 815 4 of

Bradford County Telegraph death Wednesday afternoon April SWlj of HXVV S.r. J3 Tp a s. HJ3 C
LQcftINev H., 1 Acr..
12. Services were held from the The taxes to l be sold. are rvlrtenrby -
Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lond- residence at Mldlake. two miles by certificate No. Sftt of im,
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND JS and represent unpaid taxes for the
CONCERNING I Iun rum and children spent the week- a NPp1.taA vee N e this side of Keystone Heights, year 11131 to 111.19. both inclusive,

OF TIlE COUNTY ANn TOWN end with relatives In Citrus Coun- N with the Rev. George F. Tibbitts amounting to $17.4.1.
PROGRESS .,N 3t.WAeM AUSO: Wife of 8K., of sro Sot..
ty. = a. aMuf.T.. of Park-of-the-Palma. officiating 27 Tp 6 B H. UN.. 20 AcrnriTho ';il;
.I a4et Am.wlrrra F Interment was in the Thereasn taxes to be sold are evidenced -
M nil UHM.KM0 r 1 by certificate No. 116, 285 and
Mrs. Sam Anderson THAT TMHOMHOUTIt Christian Cemetery. lOGo of 1928, 19:19: and 1933 r..npu.
and Mr. and
IlW of k Pallbearers were; Gordon Purdy lively, and represent unpaid taxes
B. Sewell attended the State Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth of Hamp for the yearn 1927 to l<*:li. both In-
, dW T Association in Jackson-I ton spent Wednesday In Valdosta CftAXS A yARD LOU* Donald Pangborn, J. T. Quigley elusive, amounting to R2.92.
f sauNa ARB SMOKeD BVMDIANS D. Burr Jones, E. S. Sibley and ALSO: Lot 1, :2 or KVi of Dlk tLIMnttKton 1
Ip6 In Friday. Ga. AND Truby A': PO'M SuU-Olv
W. W. Packham. Funeral ar- of NUH of NKV. H..c. IS Tp. 6. 8. It.
WIRt It under the direc- 22 10
;d Mrs TeNsa1 were
F. Brown Mr. -- uso SOUTH AMCRICA. The taxes to be sold evidenced l
spent Tuesday at- and Mrs. Albert Llghtfoot tion of DeWitt C. JonE's.The are -
1 by rertlflrnt No. 429 and 1144
dap the Legislative session In of Miami were guests this week deceased died at his homeat of 1932 and 1913 ronpoctlvely, and I

pg/. ; of the Rev and Mrs. A. E. Light- Mldlnkes of a heart ailment. represent unpaid taxes for the years
-_ lull: to 1"lIIL: l both Inclunlvo, amount
; foot. He was a retired Christian Church Init to U.65.
:,[ Mike and Mrs. L. H. Jennings By Ma TMf .RCATISTKUIP AI.NO. Lot 3. 4 or VV<4 of Hlk II
minister and for the several
of Mrs. E. -.rnOH. OP lT'f"rs past Livingston, Trnby Co'a. Sub-Dlv. ,
visiting friends in Jackson- H. H. Stroman went to Tallahassee ANNUALLY ASS NOr years he, his wife and son, Fred of NKi,, of Nhm, Mm 2M Tp. II H.Tha .

ville Tuesday. Monday to visit his brother e !KXI" HtW IMVtNTlONS, BUT Dodd had operated Mlillakos. a H. UN..
/IIII'llt1llIlMINrs on tax** to he Hold are evidenced *
A Z. and sister-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. TKnA IIISTINO IHVIHTtOHS.flM tourist camp for winter visitors.lIe i>d. l crrtlfli-Hta NOM .117 and 1I8S
udge week R. A. Thomas is spending Carl Stroman.Mr. rwAYIa wan reared in London ICnglund. of til I and 1933 reep.ctlvely ..n,1r.pr..nt
the taxes for the
tof unpaid
weeks* in Wildwood with her coming to Canada in 1015 yvur 1930\ to 1919! both Inclusive,
court Bob Thomas. amminilnir" to $52.SiAlMi .
and to this in 1021. r
country it
and Mrs. Bruce L. Davisof
: KV of HWVv of NW" AAV :
tepreMntativ-a Arcadia will spend the week- 0 Besides his widow and son he 35 Acres of SK' >4 of NW14 A': E.<* ,
W. C. T. U., will meet with pl ,. Is survived another Robert of NWU of BW.... A 0: W 25 Acres of p
.. by son, -
from end here as guests of Mr. and r n ..
,here .r NE'n HWM\ Kx: llond See' IK .
k-tnd. O. E. Stansbury today (FrI- Mrs. E. M. Davis. YlftfJ and a daughter Mrs Clyde 7 H It 22 N.. 85 Acre. "
) at three o'clock. ) Stump of Tampa. The taxes. to he cold are evidenced
-- itirirnte. / 5'I5: .
: bv NUN. and 1434 of ]
Bernice Mr. and Mrs. Bennett .-- 19.12 and 1933 ruRpni'tlvely and r..|,- \kTil
n Irene Denmark of Jackson- George rcBHiit unpaid, taxeii for the year y
?, is visiting was the week-end guest of and W. T. Weeks of Jacksonvillewere Rainfall LightThe i 1931 to 19.IU): both. Inclusive. amuuiitInir y

here. week-end guests of Mr. and M fourth consecutive month to $11271.Hitlil
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. J 1ft tax uertlflialea together 1r
Mrs. W. L. Wall. THAT MfAtURI BUT ,t'i. I with a marked deficiency of rain with all subsequent omitted. or
/I INCH IN LIN6TM ASS (\ levlnd. tax>> will be aold to the
L. S. Hutto Miss Edna USiO FOR POOD VNUTWiS C ended here Friday with only a- hlicliniit. bidder, at the Court house s
and Tillman Hutto Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis, Miss OP TNt LAKI BUM tY !] round an inch and a half fall reported door In Htarka, on the 61 h, day of '
I'IUsburg'W. spent Eva of Miami TtRRITOfly, !May 1939, at II ::00 o'clock A. M.
Padgett and Percy LUZON In March about half.
in Jacksonville. ISLANDS. AH Noua'i w.AM. O*AM AVfUACt _.''CAIC MCmlV fated. thin. 14th day of April, A. 4
Sullivan were business visitors in I PHILIPPINE wraMa MIA. coy a* nw.. MUCH rowan mtt M1aw/e of the average precipitation for D. li>..I'IOFKICIAI! .
truer ARM aeU.Nr .'.ldr* A MMAV won*..ifk "w* 9to 4|. runts At MUCH I ( \ Thomas ,
: and Mrs. A. J. Griffls have Tallahassee Tuesday.Dr. HUHOttOS AT A ..I KM ITKlUUft AND 111 riMIt At MOw At *_._1. that month. In spite of the com- <'lerk of ('' tLlulI: rt'of' Itrmtforcl: 1 ,

guest this week their nice, paratively dry weather crops In County. Klorlda, 4,11, It 5.5 v,
and Mrs. D. C. Forehand of this area look good with enough
Guy Padgett of Miami.
Albany Ga., arrived yesterday fora Mrs. L. E. Deudon, Mrs. R. T. Sponsored by the W. T. Weeks moisture In the ground to keep

Mary Dover Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.Mrs. .
Mrs. Herman Young were lunch-
week at the State Farm with Memorial will
Confederacy Day .
.: or ati.n op TI \\
eon guests last Thursday of Mr. '
and Sanford
:Mrs. Rltch. i'n'rle'll'4'I'as: II
bo here afternoon
T. N. Kendrick Is spending! observed Sunday -
and Mrs. H. C. Richard In Palatka. Not In. IH herrliy ,given Hint JohnA
this week In St. Petersburg with April 30 at Crosby Cemetery ArulivwH has tll..d I l with ni...
Leo Starke Woodman Circle will
acted $
her son-In-law and Mr. written ifiiiixKt that the tax ".,'11.
Its regular meeting Tuesday daughter, Mrs. H. B. MeLendon, Mrs. E. The program will be an- ririili together with nil mihscciuf
thin $ and Mrs. W. C. Gibson. and Mrs.V.. E. nounced in next week's omitted iir levied taxes held by the(
ore at 8 o'clock in the hall. L. Matthews, Telegraph. Nlale! ( he nilvprtlHtxl unit Holil to thllnhent ..
in force Murphree of the Stale Farm were bidder for rush as prnvliloill Provides '
Friends of W. A. Stern will regret l Chni'ler !I82IIH of the 11137\ acts
than 90 George Livingston and Mrs. to learn that he Is confinedto luncheon guests Thursday of Mrs. Miss Ella Sa see has returned of the Lrf-KlHluturo. upon tho following CASH-In event of nccident.
trgct Marks of Tampa were I Thomas N. Palmer in Jacksonville described real estate In the r.
to la of IUn....
American Life St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- nfter enjoying a trip Tampa.Mrs. (oiinly of IIrn.lturclJ Htnle of Flor CASH- event
friends here Wednesday. sonville because of illness. R. T. Bell Mrs. L. E. Deu- Ids. to-wlt: HKi/t: of SW<4 S..e34 CASH-To per hospital bills.
'1'1'| 6 N. It. 20 H, 40 Acres.
I limce Life has I don, Mrs. Charles McCornack, The tares. to be sold are .vhlonorcl CASH-To pay doctor bills.
&million dollars Rosa Baisden of Jackson- Miss Reva Manning of Daytona G. L. Patten of Tallahasse spentthe house guests of Mr. and Mrs. John by rvrllfli-alv N<>H. 24 and 5H nflU.'H CASH-Or a monthly income i
& 1 Is the guest this week of Mr. week-end here. He was accompanied Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward anil l 1934 respectively, and l represent for life at retirement. F
mil Beach returned home Sunday unpalil ta".n for the
tion In 1903.VROLD Mrs R. C. Buford and family. I after spending a few days herewith back to Tallahassee by spent Wednesday in Jacksonvillewith ID27 to 111.111: both Inclusive. amounting CASH-Or s monthly Income 411
Mrs. Patten, who spent last week friends.Mr. to $4787 tot :your loved one la
Miss Pearle Manning. AI.HO: NHi of SWt of NW4! fl,'o2f event of
and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Mrs. E. E.
here with her mother,
[. C. > T|>, 5 H H. 22 H., 20 Arren death. 6
Joan and Mr. and Mrs. I Canova.Mr. The taxes. tu be sold are vlilno-
rilaace Life Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Jack- and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and nl. hy cc-rtlflinta No.. 257 and 77B You pay for Perfect Protection
pany of H. Houston spent Sunday at sonville spent several days here Al Kay Carlisle were visiting relatives of 1933 and 1B3.1 r..pnrtlv.ly and whether you own if or not-
Daytona Beach. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and reprenent unpaid I.."". for the Send for complete details TO- 1
I this week with Mr. Bennett and in Thomasvllle, Ga., Sun- yearn 11131 to 1A.I1.: both Incluilva, NOWf
Mr. and Mrs. G, H. Bennett. children attended the Florida day. Mrs Carlisle stayed over amoiintlnff to 171.78. DAY-
I ALSO: W<4 of NK<. of 81514' of
Power Co.
Power and Light pic-
to attend the famous Rose Show NKV4' &0: KMi nf NW',. of HlOli' of HAROLD C. WU.I.gf'llCY
NAT SEZ Miss Alice Fernandez has returned nic and barbecue at Pine Lake and while there will be the guestof NNIoO' Sec 26 Tp. B S. II. 22 13, 10
: near Palatka Saturday afternoon.Mrs. sister Aerpn.The. Itcllnnco life insurance Company
to her home after visitingher her brolher-ln-law and taxes. to he sold are evldenc-

1 Congratulations! Seniors! all sister Miss Isabel Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs H. N. Lord. cod ly' rortlfli-ate No. 2H9 and 79f $ of PUUburg. j y
F) 1D.I2: and 19113 rwiiioctlvvly and
,, Nixty-five of you. My, how our in Havana, Cuba for some time. S. E. Brownlee and her represent unpaid taxes for the .
--- -------- -- --
; school hall gT'Ownl! Just think Itwasn't houxeguests Mrs. C. C. Cross of ---
Howard of
Mrs. T. H. Leesburg,
t/wJ' no many years"* ago that Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. S. A. Brinson Mrs, Pearl Coumon of Luluton iiiinmtiiiniiiiiuwiiiniiiiiiiimiitiMiiNiuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii/ / /

the entire graduating claw of R. spent several days here this weekis of Bainbridge. Ga., and J. M. Ga., and Perry Middleton of --Giil---1;; ; I.lF,

II. S. consisted of Arch Tliosnas. ) the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. Brownlee spent Sunday In St. Brunswick Georgia were

That's right-Arch was the ..nly L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Augustine. guests n few days this week of

member of Ails class and consequently caid. Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton. ,

was elected president, secretary L. A. Rennolds of Richmond Mr Middleton lemalned for a two FOR HIM: FOR HER

treasurer, most handsome. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keene and Va., spent the Easter holidayshere weeks' stay with Dr. and Mrs. I

man, most likely to succeed, and children J. W. and Velvehree, with Mrs Uennolds. Easter Middleton. Early American Spice Early American Toiletries i 'i

mode the hlKhrat! grades in hay were guests Sunday of Mr. Keen's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Rennolds Men's Cologne Unth Sets

claiw.DOUULEWEAR mother, Mrs. N. J. Keene. Sr., in visited friends in Lakeland and the Talcum Powder 0
Among those attending Men's Talcum
Callahan.Dr. .
Dade City.. opening of the Gold Head Branch Men's Soap Luscious Looking Lace
MANHATTAN State Park Saturday were Mrs.
T. Z. Cason, guest speaker Evening Bags
who has been
L. R. Bodle. con- E.; K. ''Perryman Emmett and
of the Rotary luncheon Wed- nected with the Veterans' Camp Comer Perryman, Mrs. Frank Bill Folders Smart Evening Handkerchiefs s

SLIPS Shirts & PajamasKnown nesday, was the guest Wednesday near here' for several years, will Robinson, Frank Robinson HI, Bill Folders and Key King In All The Pastel:
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. D.
of bath house
have supervision Miss Dorothy Swambom and the Sets and Vivid Shades

plcndid Satin Garments As The Best Carpenter.Mr. boats, and other recreation facilities Girl Scouts, Mr. and Mra. N. D. Vanity Fair T

at Gold Head Branch State Jr., Mrs. W. II. Hart, I
4 Gore or Bias Cut and Mrs. E L. Middleton Wainwright, Pure Linen Handkerchiefs New Batiste Ensembles
T. T Long, Mr. and Mrs. John
and daughter Marjorie Sue of Pajamas and HoLes '
Wide Hem White Linen
$2.00Known Uglow, Mr. and Mrs. C. F Ward,
Jacksonville were guests Sunday to Match
$1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeand Mrs. Charles McCornack, Mrs R.
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sport Handkerchiefs In All
TWAIN{ small daughter, Catherine, of T. Bell Mrs. L. E. Duedon, Mrs.L. Lingerie-Feminine Type
Matthews.Mr. .
Hawthorne and Mrs. S. A. Brin- A. Rennolds Mrs A. J. Thomas The New Shades
son of Bainbridge Ga., were week Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. W. M

$1.95 $1.65 and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand end guests of Mrs. S. E. Brown- North, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- Ash Trays and Cigarette Costume Jewelry
Lou andPatsy'
__ daughters, Mary lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. sent Jr. and baby and Betty
BATISTE INITIALEDHandkerchiefs Ann, of Callahan were Brownie. Hayei. w Boxes for J His( Desk Hose I

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Mrs. L. A. Davis left Tuesdayfor CARDSWe
Hoard Meets TodayThe
St. Petersburg to attend the members of the Florists Telegraph Delivery
and Mrs. J. H. Tatum and 5th Brigade meeting of the U. D. Bradford County Board of
Pure Linen-i In Box: Mrs. Perry of Deland were week- will meet Association. We can take care of your flower orders
C. Mrs Davis is vice president County Commissioners
A Wonderful Value at end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. of the Florida Division of the U. this afternoon at 3 o'clock for the here or anywhere in the United States.

$1.00 Struth and Mr. and Mrs. George D. C., and appeared on the pro- purpose of considering refunding CLARI JEAN SHOPPE

Roberts at Lawtey. gram Wednesday morning. propositions advanced by various

$1.00 companies.UJOIITRDS. PHONE 91 OH SI F
: NEW SPRING TIES Everyone should have "Infor and Mrs.0. C. Irwin of !1ft.IIIIIUllllllIIIUIINNIII.'IIII.m"II".III111II111''I..I.... "" "' '' '. .' .. ......'__''''MIIIt.._

RAYON PANTIES 50c mal. an wf'1l1&H calling cards. Half. Washington, D. C. were guests '

price during April 100 for f 1. several days last wek of Mrs. Ir- LATEST STYLE NEW HIIH-MKNT'

2Jc & 49c HARD TO BEAT Envelopes Included at this amaz- win's mother, Mrs. C. I. Manassa SUMMER TROUSERS SPORT BELTS .

ingly low price.-Bradford County and Miss Mlna Manassa. They
I 89c and up 25c to $1.00 '
SILKGOWNS Telegraph. v were accompanied home the first t

AND Blue Top ShirtsA of the week by their daughter FINEST O.UAUTY UOOU QUALITY '.

C. H. Coulter, assistant State Miss'' Jean Idwln, who has been WILSON SHIRTS

Remarkable Value at Forester, of Tallahassee, was here visiting her grandmother.Mrs. f New Summer Shades SUIT CASES ,

PAJAMASRich Tuesday and Wednesday in con- IIIIE SURt $1.95WILSON ; Dry \%'('f1ther GunrnnUrid93c t5 S s

nection with making experimental A. Z Adklns and son A _

Rich Colorful $1.00IIANES pulp wood cuttings.Mr. Z. Adklns, Jr., were guests. Mon- PAJAMAS upSUMMER 4

day afternoon of Mrs. Adkins' WANTED: TO BUY cows and $1.95 \ CAPS J',

SHIRTS OR and Mrs. L. C Ray returned brother-In-law and sister, Mr and hogs. Market prices paid on !All \

$1.95 SHORTS25c Monday from Jacksonville, where Mrs. L. L. Roane. Friends of grades. J D. ODOM box 247 nI.MTOSSPORT 25c :
they spent a week with their son Mrs. Roane will be interested to Starke, Fla 3-31-lyrp SHOES ''w

"EAUTIFUL BAGS and daughter-in-law the Rev. and learn that he is improving after $3.95; to $5.00:; BILL: CORM (

Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. being confined to his home becauseof FOR SALE -- Porto Rico potato COLA MEDAL: OVERALL .

$1.00 EXCLUSIVE AGENCY illness. draws $1 per thounnnd. See Roy 93cFT Il
Mrs. Harry Roberts, C. C. Hopp Kalch, Hampton, Fla.

v WONDERFUL LINE and son Jimmy of Tampa will Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. A. $3.25 to $3.39 .YH H.\NKOKIZKI: j
STRAYED large brindle cow OVERALL 'n .J
Z. Adkins were visiting Mrs. ,
week-end here aa guests
\Wash spend of Mr. the and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Biggs' mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin, with tipped born, marked un- KINK: LOT OF $1.25 and $1.49 .
bit In one ear, >
Frocks Mrs. J. W. Kincald. in St. Augustine Sunday after- der-square upper SUMMER SUITS

The Best Known Hose noon. Friends of Mrs., Griffin crop split In other ear. BrandedAT. $7.50, $11.95, $17.50 SEE OUR STHA W.
'In Sizes On The Market learn that she is Information aa to whereabouts i "i
12 up. Very Mrs. Bill Webb Mrs. C. F. will regret A. HATS :
will be appreciated.
Reasonably and Miss Beatrice Moseley confined to a hospital in St. SUN HATS I I
Priced Boyer J. Starke. 4-14 21:;:
79c $1.00 $1.15 of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Augustine because of illness. Thomas I 25c up PANAMAS SAILORS \\I.,

8e and Mrs. J. C. Manning and Mrs.L. LOST OR STRAYED-mare aid

$$1.98 $2.95 E. Moseley Wednesday. Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. Charles colt. Mare solid cream colored< II"it

i OTHER BRANDS 69c McCornack, Mrs. R. T. Bell, branded on left hip. Year old

Misses Grace and Arline Dew and Mra. L. E. Duedon have returned filly colt iron gray, blazed face. /1',

recently were featured on the pro- after spending several daysIn Return to R. R. Prevatt, Starke. \

gram at the Pan-American lunch- Cocoa as guests of Mra. Ren- |5 reward. lip

S1 W eon at the Woman's Club In Jack- nolda' niece, Mra. A. J. Williams,

sonville. While there they were and cousin Mra. Charles Ensy. WANTED good choppers and

of Mrs. E. Caries who la On their return hom.iMr Ren- sawed, FOR SALE-330 acres

guests president; of the PanAmericanClub. nolds and her party visited Orlando good pasture land cheap. See "The Dependable Store ,Eat..1894tTRTL

and Silver Springs' W. H. Graham about either. It

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The Florida State Board of the onset of symptoms and The State Senate; last week approved -
M111',. Health has issued a bulletin from remain so until death. If an animal a bill Introduced by Senator -

-- Its headquarters In Jacksonville !is still alive after 15 days he Charley 13. Johns of Starke

TflntrfortheHousehold CATTLEMEN; SHOULD GIVE advising any person bitten by or can be safely released. If he providing for tbe creation of a CUCUMBERS BRING $230,000 MAY SELL AT CIT

I a COWS WITH CALVES BEST otherwise exposed to an animal dies during the 15-day quarantine, examiners, Butthnell-Officials of the State Tallahassee R.1fe4
PASTURE, S1IEEL.Y AVERS suspected of being rabid to report the Intact brain should be carefully board of photographic farmers market here estimated the The

fj at once to a physician for adviceor packed. and shipped to the and designed to "prevent fly-by- approximately 290 cars of cucumbers Court refused to halt the"of eelh

FOOD BUDGET POINTERS Gainesville. Florida cattle treatment. The animal itself State Board of Health laboratories night photographers from operatIng shipped from Sumter Countyare I cut rate merchandise by

men should give their cows with should be confined in some sort of either at Jacksonville or commercially In Florida." the Bay Lake section of Lake Petersburg drug a

.i By Anna Mae Sikes young calves preference of the enclosure for observation Insteadof Tampa for examination[ accom Representative George Inman County had brought producers with violating the store-char Stat '

K Extension Nutritionist best pastures In order to Insure being killed according to Dr. J. panied by full Information regard has Introduced a bill In the House $230,000. Prices yesterday rang- trade act of 1937. f

Provide milk for the family. maximum growth and development N. Patterson, director of laboratories ing the case." designed to regulate finance companies ed from $1.75 to $2.25 a bushel The court,
milk for calves Walter J. for the state The examining laboratory must for ungraded fancies and choice proved the refusal by
One quart of whole of the ,, and setting a limit to the Crc|
every child under 18 and one pint Sheely, animal husbandman with Animals suspected of having know the date of onset, clinical rate of interest they may chargeon lots. The crop this year la smaller Judge John I. Viney of st Pets,

i for persons over 18 years of age, the Florida Agricultural Extension rabies should not be killed for two symptoms of the animal, the mode small! loans. than last season but farmersare burg to enjoin the Cut Rate

if possible. When milk costs more Service, said here today reasons, the state doctor says: ((1) and date of death and whether a He been cointroducerof expecting more money for Slope from selling Dt
has also
it Many people, in their haste, shootor human was exposed In order to their product. i certain p
than 15 cents a quart provide "The 1939 calf crop is already several other bills and resolutions o ducts below their
club the bead In such a manner determine whether negative uric standard:
for each child under seven or eight here," Mr. Sheely explained, "and rat
them being a resolution The
among court
that they destroy or mangle the roscopic results are conclusive, or said the
( f years of age and allow not less these little calves and their mothers calling for a study of the ] MAIDEN NAME RESTORED proprlel|
brain, making it Impossible for should be followed by Inoculation could have been
I rest of the
.than a pint for the should be given preference of State tax- required to ,
laboratories to demonstrate the of laboratory animals. possibility of having all Miami, Circuit Judge Worth low the f t
family. pastures In order for the cows to characteristic changes In the brain Heads of small animals and supported Institutions use Florida- W. Trammell granted to the widow company's approved pr,'

Plant a garden, with a varietyof have a maximum flow of milk and by which the diagnosis of rabies brains of large animals (cows, grown products whenever possible. of Franklin Pierce McCall, ex- list only on a "voluntary bagi,
vegetables. Plant at successive for the calves to attain maximum, Inman was also one of the sign- ecuted restoration of ----.
is made ((2) Because proof of pigs, horses, etc) must be refrigerated kidnapper -_
intervals. growth. Young calves make their rabies can seldom be found In the and so packed that ers of a resolution asking that her maiden name of Claudine Hil- OIL FUOM GKAFEFKirrWinter 0

Il ? Produce as much of your vege- greatest gains when their mothers brain until paralysis and other danger of infecting the handler $1,000,000 be set aside Immediatelyfor llard. McCall died !in Florida's Haven-R. j

(, tables, fruits, eggs, milk, butter, are giving plenty of milk. typical symptoms set in just before during transportation and exami payments of old age pensions. electric chair in February for the launched a new Industry Cohen h h

,j cheese, lard, meat, and other food Other suggestions Mr. Sheely offered the animals die. 1 :nation Is reduced to a minimum, This would be In addition to other abduction of little Jimmy Cash of manufacture of here, L

as possible. Can the surplus. to cattlemen included the "Therefore," Dr. Patterson says, I''the state health department says. amounts already set up for pensions Princeton, Fla., His widow, whose 011, which he believes grapefruit *,,

'' When prices are low it Is eco following: "it is best to confine the suspected The head or brain should, be plat and it was assigned to the o parents live at Princeton, near additional commercial may !be If

,, nomical to buy fruits, vegetables, Provide plenty of fresh water animal so that escape Is Impossible ed in a closed, water-tight con resolutions committee for consid here, asked Judge Trammel for use for some of Florida by-praji aq\

? poultry, and other products to can for cows and their calves. He should be Inspected tainer. This container should eration. legal right to drop her married nual grapefruit huge a(
crop. He
for later use. As much of Florida's pastureland regularly for a period of 15 days then be surrounded by a mixture The Bradford legislator attempted name. They were married Jan- Just shipped the first tK,,

N' Buy and use foods that are In Is deficient certain minerals by a competent veterinarian or of ice and sawdust or ice and ex to waive the rules and have the uary 6, 1936, at Fort Lauderdale. the new oil to Jersey city carload, ,,

,c season and buy a week's supplyof provide an abundant supply person familiar with the disease celsior, In a larger water-tight bill immediately considered, but Jersey. It sold at 5 cents ,i st,

staple groceries at a time if of salt, bone meal, and mineral in animals. i container. No liquid from the failed to get the required numberof MAY REGULATE GASOLINE The oil will be sulfonated Pow

possible. Package goods are more mixture for the cows and calves "A rabid animal usually dies i refrigerant should ever enter the votes. Tallahassee-The Supreme Court ed as a wetting agent in and u

expensive than some in bulk and Unless the animals get plenty of within ten days after becoming compartment containing the heador unanimously upheld the authority processing Cohn Baja reps tau

small packages cost more In proportion lime,'phoephorus, and other minerals infected and within 5 days after brain. Heads which are mangled of Commissioner of Agriculture castor and olive oils. These..0

"' r ; than large ones. they need, they will not deve- showing the characteristic symp- 11 or In which putrefaction has Among Interesting bills Introduced Nathan Mayo to enforce grade and ting agents are used to make l a,0

Uaecheap. eggs abundantly whe mm- toms. The saliva of a rabid animal 11 begun, canot be satisfactorily ex thus far !in the Legislature are standards regulations for gasoline.The textiles take dyes satisfactorily

Brown eggs are just a e I may be infected 5 days be- amlned.I the following: opinion said gasoline is highly .

good as white ones* and are sometimes and calves from gaining In pro A proposal by Senator Mapolesof inflammable "and I its unregu- PLAN BIG -

jl cheaper. portion to the grass they con STARKE CLUB for this two per cent transaction Okaloosa County to put the lated sale can or may affect the DKVKLOPME.MJ: ,'
sume. I state in the slot Everglades Development j
I Buy butter by the pound. But tax to be pro-rated as far as 1 it machine business health and welfare of the citizensof
Cows carrying calves should be URGES ACTION from October 1, 1939 to October 1, some 4,000 acres of land :
ter costs from 3 to 4 cents a pound will go toward assisting all persons Florida. It cannot be said that nrj
of given plenty of minerals or there I 1940 for the purpose of raising owners of have In- Twenty-Mile Bend, in the 'gla ,I
more when bought a quarter a ON PENSIONSTO sixty years of age and up. I gasoline an
area, which will ,
pound at a time. will be many shy breeders and I Now Honorable Senators and $25,000,000 in revenue. It would herent or natural light to sell or presumably a
unprofitable animals the following I legalize slot machines for this per- dispose of gasoline like other used to grow sugar cane will t]
do home resolution prop-
h Buy flour and baking. THE SENATORS ANDREPRESENTATIVES Representatives, this gin shortly, following the
iod of time as an emergency meas erty and thereby be immune from sale
: Bake when the oven is going for year.The I
p or a simlliar one, will be passed the property to R. T Hea
best of the young heifer regulation. The Texas Company
another meal. calves should OF THE U. S. : and adopted by every club In the ure.A Miami. Sale of the acreage Kits
be selected for herd cigarette tax of two cents a attacked the gasoline inspectionlaw
oatmeal whole
Serve grits, or replacement, kept on good pasturewith We "submit : United States We claim to you after agents of CommissionerMay proposed development come
wheat rather than the more expensive respectfully to you o package has been proposed in the an encouraging sign to local bu
their mothers, and weaned for your consideration the following that the vote !in this organizationwill seized 5550 gallons or gasoI
cereals. House. The levy would not I ness men and
apply growers alike P J
fall to be carried through the line at Homestead
charging that
1. Use cheaper cuts of meat, suchas winter in growing condition. this Great reasons United why we are asking increase heavily In the next against cigars or pipe tobacco, It was adulterated. chase of the State land was f t.i
States to
flank, rump, chuck, heart, ,I a two cent transactions tax assess to 'six months. The younger people and would raise $2,000,000 a year.A Drably voted upon by trusted!
'l ', liver and neck. A small amountof per will become stronger in favor of EXPERIMENTAL the Internal Improve me:
PLANS ARK COMPLETE be pro-rated to all persons sixty repeal of an old "blue law"rohibiting PLANTINGThe
meat will give a flavor to a Fund of the State of Flirt
l this movement than before of
ever black
FOR STUDENT STOCK of and possibility walnut
;years age upwards as a p the discharge of fire-
meeting In
large dish of cereal, vegetables, recently Tallahassee
SHOW AT UNIVERSITYGainesville means of providing a living for the because of the Single fact that L trees In Florida is being studied
and eggs, as in soups, stews, casserole o arms on Sunday was Introduced C. H. .
: people who have made and helped they agree that they owe their! reports Coulter, assistant
dishes, and omelets. ,-Complete plans for o to make this the greatest country support to the movement because in the Senate by Hodges of Talla State Forester. Seed for experi- MORE WHITES HAVE C.\. (nj

Serve fish and other sea-food the Eighth Little International !in all the world. We feel that we this great country has been practically hassee. At the same time, Representative mental plantings have been distributed Jacksonville The death ral

frequently, If you live on the Livestock Show and Rodeo to be have been and still are being built by the people who are Getzen of Sumter to 25 agricultural high from cancer in Florida for ti

coast. staged on Florida Field here Sat treated wrongfully because of the making this claim.THEREFORE County offered a bill in the Houseto school teachers In as many communities year of 1938 was more than ttiiaa

Use cheese In preparing casserole urday, April 22, were announced fact that some means of supportis expect prohibit all hunting on Sunday. in the state ranging fromas high among white people
you may
dishes, sandwiches, and sal today by the Block & Bridle Club being provided for everyone ex this to be one of the far south as DeSoto to Escam- among colored. The white deal
strongest organizations Abolishment of all ad valorem
ads.: It serves as a cheap meat of the University of Florida College cept those of us who are sixty bia County in the extreme West rate for 1933 Is 108.3 as comp<
was ever formedIn taxation, state, county, and city,
substitute. of Agriculture.The years of age and up. We feel i these United States I has been Florida. Mr. Coulter states that with 49.4 for colored. Only.-I
proposed as a constitutional
Left-overs can be made Into show Is the climax of theyear's that we have been forgotten. If the walnut tree is native to the percent of the total deaths fro(;
amendment to be voted
very attractive and palatable activities of the Block & we apply to our government for Every Senator and Representative i In the November up- hardwood forests of a few west cancer in Florida'' occured in p..
will receive on general
dishes. Bridle Club, an organization of a position, we are turned down this resolution. a copyof election. The' resolution calling Florida rivers and has been successfully sons under 35 years of age, when
Use day-old bread, which 1 is animal husbandry students, and with the statement that we are sincerely grown as a shade tree at a s the death rate for pers(>
for this has not been
hope that our plea will meet with yet approve -
sometimes cheaper than fresh Its purpose Is to 0 stimulate interest too old. All other Industries and several points outside of Its native over 60 was 584.9 per hundn

k bread, for toast and sandwiches. In production of \Better live developments of all kinds throw your approval at this Congressnow range. ",The nut of the tree is thousand: population. This
3, Cook food at home rather than stock In Florida and to reflect the the same charge in our faces in session. i The usual bill, providing for famed for its flavor, and the wood also caused several hundred Urn

r: buy at the delicatessen store, training that students receive i In when we apply to them for work. Passed at the regular meetingof : postponement until July 1 the for its rich brown color and its more deaths among person

J which Is more expensive. : the college. There is no admis Now, we respectfully ask you the Starke, Florida, TownsendClub time to pay taxes without penalty grain which makes it a premier middle and late life as it did

Avoid waste by careful preparation sion charge and the public, par Senators and Representatives whatis on Monday, March 12, 1939. I failed to pass the House. furniture material. .Deanna u---- under_____ _fit_ ,vonra,____ nf__ afrfi-0-"

and cooking. ticularly the farmers and cattle there left for us to do but to W. H. Ogden, PresidentMrs.

men of the state, are Invited to call on the Government' of our Mae Fifer, Secy'-Treas.

attend. From reports received I country that we have worked for (Composed by Mr. Durden, his at-

from many sections of the state all these many years and helpedto tornles and others !in the court JiZEJllJ-El/l

1 E Block & Bridle Club members believe make the greatest In the world, house.) 7

ji attendance at this year's one that you feel greatly honoredto .

show will exceed last year's record serve as a Senator and Repre MARRIED WOMEN I

; Y breaking 8,000. sentative. Just think seriously
M 1 While farmers are urged to who made it possible for you tact

come: to Gainesville Saturday in this capacity was yourfathers WITH LUNATICS the car with

morning or early Saturday afternoon and mothers and the forefathers '

B to see exhibits dealing with of ,your country. Think Tallahassee,-Mrs.. Ethel Ernest EXCLUSIVE VACUUM

ear vr animal nutrition and other phasesof how we are being treated, being blurts!!, Miami lawyer, told Florida A : ; 1 4 GEARSHIFT

livestock production Inspect an denied work. In other words, we State College students that 10*

egg show, confer with college feel that we are being discriminated State laws classified married women Vacuum.f the le Shifting*tr Suppll MoriDrfv '

r lj'ti 1 P workers, and take part in a parade against and hardly feel that along with lunatics, idiots '
the program for the show we are even considered citizensof and minors.

: will not get under way until 7 this great American Country "A single woman in Florida can f 1 the tar with

o'clock that evening. except only once every two years, do almost anything legally a man alb NEW AERO-STREAM
we are great people. As
Sixteen classes of animals will soonas can do-but not the married ones; ,

TIME SAVERS be shown, 14 rodeo acts will be the votes are canvassed we i It's the lunatic class for them," Y STYLING
and have been forced to return to our she said. .., s' IIHBI
MONEY SAVERS staged, music will be providedby 9d" NIW ooiii irDrfv.
humble little homes, which in
Every Badness Needs Them the University of Florida Band "By what strange alchemy a
and the many cases are very poor, to live
;' Orange Grove String as best we can. We believe thatif woman suddenly changes, when th. tar wfltCHEVROLET'S /
BUY FROMBradford Speakers will include Dr. all Senators and married, from a free-thinking-, '" '
John J. Tlgert. president of the adult citizen to the classification FAMOUS
would visit in '
more their
County University, Dr. 1(. Harold Hume, own that the statutes SIX
.r, dean of the home districts and see conditions, place upon hers VALVE-IN-HEAD $
College of Agriculture I' I hard to understand.
that many of us are living In today
Telegraph Gilbert Tucker, president of
the Block & Bridle they would feel quite differ "A married woman may not
II STARKE, FLORIDA ers. Club and oth ently and would be more willing) make a legal binding contract, and rIvo rM car wft"*

to do something about the conditions this protects no one except the
Beef and dairy cattle, swine, and that exist. female swindler." Prove
to that
yourself Chevrolet
sheep, groomed and ouf-acceferafes BRAKES
trained by It ouf-
you would only consider for Mrs. Murrell said the woman
BUSINESSDIRECTORY will students Include will be shown. The rodeo one minute, from a good old commonsense who could afford attorney's fees climbs and out-perform all other low-priced cars-lust

a barrel race, jack standpoint we feel that could have herself declared a free os It leads all other makes of In
riding, wild cars sales
cow milking, chair I wM
Drfv car
you could not help but realize thatif dealer, but even this was not all
race, steer wrestling, steer riding, it had not been for the greatest i it might be. Drive the leader drive it In traffic and confine yourself that Ch.PERFEaED KNK-
bull-dogging, whip-cracking, calf in the roUt out-accelerate all other low-priced _
people world
making It the "One cars bar none'
trouble !Is meeting
roping, and bronc hubby RIDING
busting.A greatest country In the world, Drive the leader. drive It the ACTION
you and explaining it to him at sup- on hill. and get conclu.i
special new feature of the could not possibly be holding the Chevrolet all proof
other SYSTEM
per, she continued. "Besides, it cars In Its price range!
day this '
The drink for Florida year will be an egg show position you now hold. We think doesn't take well enough to survive Drive the leader drive It on the cur.., on the (lwxa a.ae, .d ra.arr_.: :'
Future Farmers that U Is sttalaht-awav 0.Mwr.r De Iw.
of only fair and just that on
more than one marriage. rough. ::: and satisfy yourself that here
that American and egg exhibits by College ] we ask for this claim. We have I. the smoothest steadiest. ,
of "The court will Inquire into fe.t-rWln4 car ;you can possibly buy at
Agriculture poultry husbandry tried to be true and loyal to our near CheTl'olet'l low prices' wltlt
your competancy and, If you are There's Chevrolet Drfv* the tor
students a new
waltina for
everybodyknows Country, and still at
I expect to re you your nearest Chevrolet
main 100 per cent, but we must able to remain calm under that dealer'.. See hlm-todDY I NEW OBSERVATION
('OUIITI'EEPPIWVES: insult, he will issue to you the
ask that our claim be handled at
same kind of license to deal CAR" VISIBILITY
session of Congress. We feel l
Florida's as he would give to a precocious CHEF LET
5ctnOT. cross-state ship canal that this has been only an oversight
was approved by the House Rivers on the part of our government infant. So then you may go on f
yr and Harbors Committee your way, but if you remarry you I r r
by a 10 for we cannot believe that 4II1

COCA-COLA CO. to 6. Two vote in Washington lastweek. our government means to treat have to repeat the whole and so stupid on." rigamarole ThaI! low-priced cor combining"ALl THAn-BIST LOWEST com"A! a.UL Moron v.wI

{ Republicans and eight the people of America as we have -

WE ARE Democrats voted to revive the been treated. The blind have been Mrs. Murrell endorsed proposed

$100,000,000 project, abandoned In cared for, the young and able- legislation to give women the

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS 1933: when Congress refused to bodied havebeen given employ same legal rights as married men. All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida

appropriate additional funds. Preliminary ment: in fact, all have been provided _

CARPENTER'SThe work had been done at for except the people who CARD OF THANKS
an expense of $3,400,000. are asking this Which NOT DRIVEN So "They Come
help. with
Rexall Store We wish to thank our many to You Genuinely NEW"
Congressional approval of the and under this revolution of money friends for their kindness and

PLUMBINGPrompt project, even though the bill carries every 30 days will bring buying sympathy during the sickness ando I

Service at no definite appropriation, will power and lasting prosperity t death of our mother, Mrs. Eliza-

}r Reasonable Pi ices serve to put the canal In line for our country and for our younger beth Sullivan, and also to express TORODE CHEVROLET CC

Let Me Estimate Your Job later funds, and advocates of the people. This Is the point. our appreciation of the beautiful

} waterway were Jubilant over the Now listen, we do not ask for flowers.

C. M. RTTCH committee vote. $200 per month, but we do ask The family of Mrs. R. D. Sullivan STARKE


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.GO; SOUTH, YOUNG MAN ;1 Which American Holidays Are National Holidays? I I'I :IJ. urc Ii t ',".I"'.) \. I',"

''I In England there are four days Alaska. in 27 of the states and in'': l

Saturday resume Why stay In New York. Philadelphia known as Bank Holidays which Massachusetts by proclamation of j

In nlS regular:ndltlons all over or Boston and starve when I by statute are general holidays. the Governor. .- $ ti% II

ec onollllf Babson you can come down here wl.ere There are no national legal holidays -- -- ., ."r.
In IteO financial expert pic- you can live comfortably and In the United States. Per- May 30, Memorial or Decoration BAPTISTRev METHODIST FRESBYTKKLVN EPISCOPAL I CIIUISTLXN Y .
Day, is observed in all states except A K Llehtfoot Rev. Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred 'T'erk.s. Jr. Rev, W. T Mcdulr '
where needed
famo are really ? To-
South as the "great you haps the nearest approach to It Is Alabama, Arkansas Florida, PastorA. Pastor Rev. IT nice and Rector Pastor
re d tM the enUre CoUflEliminate day, for Instance, 9 of the 18 Thanksgiving Day. I I 3. Thomas Supt E. K. Perryman. Kev. Dr. Adam Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Sup
Lit of Louisiana, Mississippi North Car- Sunday School Oen. Superintendentof Organist Ml** Ella J. BasseOrganat Mrs. Ira Wilson ,
"OP slates which rated
rate dtfiteL are as excellent The President's
freight Thanksgiving I olina, and South Carolina Sunday School Church school Mr. E>. M. Davis Sunday School I -1
the dlverslflca- business territories on my Proclamation makes the last 9:45: A. M. Church School Mr. James Carlisle 1* o'clock \ ',
Peed up October 12 Columbus is Mornlnff Sorvlc 10 A. M. Church Bupt. Service. Worship Service
waterwer sales are in the South! Get Day '
map Mathew.
] utilize Thursday in November Roy
a legal
11 and
A. Morning Every Sunday
crops ; Worship
a of farm and Dixie In on the ground floor of this holiday in the District of Columbia observed in all states except Ala- Baptist Training Service, II A. M. Church School 10 A.School.M. 11 o'clock a. m. \
developments southern bama, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Union 7:00: P. at.Evening Evening Worship 10 A. M. 1:00: o'clock p. m. ,i.l'rayer i.
into a growth Just as fore- and In the .
states your territories. It Is Service, Sundays 11 A. M. Meeting
United Service
: :00 P M Morning Worship
a lift the prosperity" fathers got in on the ground floorof today observed in every state by Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mex- 8:00: P. M. Young; Peovle's 11 A. M. Fridays 1:00: P. M. Wednesday Night

nod at bUsiness elaborated the Industrial growth of the gubernatorial proclamation ico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Prayer ai..tinwWednesday' League Meeting7.00 -* Holy Iay-l A. at.GOSPEL 1,00: o'clock 4
and but .
said, 8:00 P.&f. : P. M. .
South South
r.absofl follows: West! Decentralization of Indus- cannot be classed as a national Oregon, Plan let Prayer Meeting UN. ALlIANCE

premise as try through the industrial use of legal holiday.In Dakota. Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin Mrs. Mona Canova Wednesday. 8:00: I'.M MISSION IU.LL8pon.ore President
Is making huge pro- and Wyoming.Nov. Choir Director Mrs. F. H. Long TAD.Sponsored The Rev. Frank
1'tle! sout.h The fastest- farm products is on the way. the United States the legal John 1(. Powell Organist and Choir Robinson 1'
each year. What better in the 11, Armistice Day, is observed Chairman : by
e the Union are spot world for holidays are determined by statutein Board of Deacon Director Mr. and Mr.. Mr. and Mrs. Vice PresidentThe
wing States in South. Texas. it than here in the 'sunny South! the various states. As a conse- in all states except Dela J. F Klctcllter Mrs. E. K. Perryman, J. T. Qulg-ley J. T. QulgleyRvangellstla Rev. Leslie

any Louisiana, the Carolinase "Now, Just a word in closingto quence, there Is a surprising lack ware. Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky Board Chairman of Trustees Assistant. T. Long, OrganistT. Assistant Bible Study, each 8111lo'rlda,. and Service Hun- ShepherdSecretaryTreasure.* I': I',

orlda, populations a- my southern neighbors: Ever of uniformity In different states Maine. Maryland. Michigan, Mississippi L. O. Powell Choir Director Tuesday. evenlnir ft.00: day evening 8:00: TheRevYr.dvbrkss .

bOosting their fast as the since I have been visiting your concerning holiday observances I, Nevada, New Mexico -- -

ut three times hundreds as of corn- section-16 Winters now -- I have The only holidays other than Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon South Open House son, Jr., In presenting the Chime

ortb Literally unheard of been conscious of sectional, racial. Thanksgiving which are observedIn Carolina, Utah, Washington, Wis- music each Sunday. This new ; 1

unities that were thriving towns and religious prejudices here. Such all states and territories are consin and Wyoming.In BOB JONES For BaptistsAt equipment will enhance the beauty '

n years ago are of the_
lay. Every United one State whose tive. They are holding back your 22 Washington's Birthday; July Day is considered a holiday; Comments On Here will materially Increase the volumeso

tIM in the since development You in the South 4, Independence Day; the first and In some states local election that this feature of the Sun
doubled And Hereafter house for members of the
pulatlun have the Mason Dixon have everything good climate, Monday in September, Labor Day; days are holidays In the localityin Starke Baptist Church and their day services may be enjoyed by

20; |18 below reasonable labor, vast raw ma- and Dec. 25: Christmas. which the election is held. a greater number of people. It is
friends, will be held at the Baptist -
oe! terials, and plenty of waterpower.Yet Jan. 19. the Birthday of RobertE. Sundays are common-law holidays What a big country! I have been Pastorium on Friday night of expected that these Chimes will _

One-Quarter of Industry one drawback is a failure to Lee, is observed in 10 southern In most Christian countries traveling for three II RYS. I am on this week. The event will formal be heard- not only at th morning ._ _

story of the South's indus- co-operate enthusiastically. I beg states. throughout the world, but are seldom the hour but special Chime and organ
I-The! from Cleveland, Tennessee ly introduce new Baptist
even more sensaMore ,- of not to shackle tremendous Feb. 12, the of my way concerts will be presented at an-
ial!I growth t is you your Birthday Abra- thought of popularly as holi- pastor and his wife to Starke, and
than half the newctory advantages by outgrown ham Lincoln is observed in days. I to Los Angeles, California other hour during the day.
!. also give friends- an opportunityto
r development of the entire prejudices!" where I am to conduct evangellstlce see the newly finished InterIor Regular- services will be held '

untry in recent years have been BOBtt KITE'S Hid MKNU: JUST A "TOY"A services. A trip across this of the pastorlum. The event next Sunday morning. The even--

Today, Dixie has over continent never ceases! to interest Ing service- will not be held at the _
bra here I Gubernatorial Many species of birds prized as good old friend of mine has will be under the direction of
of the manufacturlnRiMum Church but will be merged with ,_ _
cent What and the Worn-
fascinate age Mrs. A. M.
and me. Darby
pt'r game render valiant service in often told of the time that the I!
'utt. of the PrognosticationsYou What comforts and conveniences! ens' Missionary Union, and Its the other Churches of the city at
keep mushroom- I this war on Insect pests. To illustrate telephone was first demonstrated the school house for the School
And they time
-tut tIs! I have been spending my auxiliaries cooperating.
everywhere. Northern con- this, the detailed insect to him. He was In the office of and writing. It Is not baccalaureate sermon The fr
g up can take it for what It's reading On Sunday morning a subject
ns continue to flow toward the worth, but here are the "guberna- diet of but a species,, bobwhite a large manufacturer, many years ,easy to write a syndicate article of Interest will be discussed by League meeting will be held at _

nlf, while entirely new industries torial prognostications" of A. Wm. quail, as given by the U. S. ago, when caller asked to explain ,every week and also supply editorials the local pastor when the mes- the usual hour of 7 o'clock, however -

I uprlnglng up all across the Morrison of Miami, who sends outa Bureau of Biological Surbey, is a plan by which he mightsit IJ I for THE FELLOWSHIPNEWS. sage on "1 go a' fish In' ", Is .

with. Reasonable labor costs "dope sheet" at regular Inter- J To be honest, I think I brought. At the evening hour Wednesday evening Prayer
offered here.Bobwhite's.
fuel, nearness to raw at his desk and talk with men I wonder meeting- service wil be conductedat
vings III vals giving his opinions of the 1 am a "punk" writer. there will be no worship services
aterials, cheap power low taxes, chances of various prospectlvb diet Includes the flea- in his several departments why people read what I write nut because of the Baccalaureate ser 8 o'clock, at which time a constructive

d water transportation are cadldates for Governor of FloridaIn beetles, tarnished plant bugs cut- stead of sending for them. In-I'1 they do. All types of people- -.the mon at the local High School. and worthwhile serviceof

sales points in the worms, wireworm, (drill worm). uneducated and will be held.
long the big 1940.If replied that he had no time to j educated and the The BTU will meet however at worship

iuth' spectacular growth. celery leaf-tyer, (red spiders) 1 the rich and the poor say they get 6:45: under the direction of Mr. With only seven more Sundays J
It talk of The of
serves no other worthwhile toys curiosity my 1I
"Latest new industry is news- (spinning mite), bollworm. army I& blessing from my simple little Hugh Walters, acting IITU Director Including this Sunday, before the

dnt. The first mill is under purpose, the list will give you an worm, Colorado potato beetle, friend led him to Inquire further, I Articles and editorials. One woman and l will dismiss In adequatetime meeting service will be conductedof
Idea of what talked
instruction In Texas. It may bee men are being root webworm, southern corn so this early telephone representative I wrote that she gets mad every for all to attend- the school Florida to be held in Tampa,

forerunner of a southwardk about in connection with the Governor's root worm, stink bug, gold bug built a short line and they I time she receives TUB: FELLOW- services. much activity Is being,. carried on _

of northern and Canadian chair: (tortoise beetle), grasshopper, talked over it. SHIP NEWS because it comes on The local pastor Is announcinga In the Church with the expectation

wsprlnt mills. Slash pine is the W. McL. Christie, Jacksonville\ pumpkin bug leaf-hopper plant I have just received a copy of Monday and the postman hands It Merles of sermon for Sunday of completing all projects _ _

w material. It grows three 6 to :1.Fat bug, 12-spotted cucumber beetle, the annual report of the American I to her about the time she begins evenings in June which will attract within the Conference year and _ _

imes as fast as northern spruce. I Whitaker, Tampa 8 to 1. May beetle, bean leaf beetle, Telephone and Telegraph conaI I her week's wash. She says, "I much attention, when four thus enabling the pastor to report _

liber branches of the paper In- W. C. Hodges. Tallahassee, 9 squash lady bird, corn bill bug, pany. At the end- of 1938 there just sit down and read- every word timely sermons on Ships of Life |I I a successful year's work to the /

uatry- -particularly kraft are to 1. cotton boll-weevil clover-leaf were 15,761,000 telephones In ser of It and then I find I run all day will be delivered. The following I I Conference -s

loing strong in Dixie. The south- D. Stuart Gillis, DeFnnlak weevil, and 30 additional species vice. The gross operating revenue 1 behind schedule. So that is the schedule IH being announced for .. ..-.--

ln chemical business is growing Springs 12 to 1. which research workers In labora- for the year was 1052658000.: reason I get mad." Of course TilE that month : _ _

y leaps and bounds. Textile Fred L. Touchton, Avon Park tories have found in their crops. Including the telephones of about FELLOWSHIP NEWS does have Sunday, June 4th "Friendship" MISSION HALL ANItTAUKIINACLK

mils continue to multiply Seven- I :13 to 1. At the time when Insects are 6,500 connecting companies and I some high class material In It suchas Sunday, June 11th. "Courtship" _

per cent of our rayon output most destructive to crops (In more than 25,000: rural lines, there I Dr. Haight's story of the hymns Sunday, June 18th, "Compan-

f'jomes from the South. The center J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville, Florida in May, June. July and were approximately 19,900,000 I and the articles and sermons ionship" The subject of last Tuesday

f the booming petroleum business 14 to 1. August) bobwhite is out to for- telephones in the United States, 'which are sometimes contributed. /Sunday, Juno 25th "Dlaclpla- night's BIble study was, "Jesus _

I In the Southwest. G. Pierce Wood, Bristol, 17 to 1. age for his nesting lady and his and practically all could be con- [ was about to forget that this not ship" Came Down from the Mountain"It _ _

Fuller Warren, Jacksonville, 18 little covey. At this time he must nected promptly with any other only goes as an editorial In TilE An extraordinary meeting of the wan a rainy night but there _
Steel To Grow
Industry to 1. find an unusual number of soft and with 93 per cent of the tele- FELLOWSHIP NEWS, but I am napllst church to consider certain quite a few who came out In spite _
l"Th end of th so-called 'ba of It.'Iprlng/ flowers both wild __________ .
Raleigh Petteway, Miami, 18 Insects for his young. phones of the entire world. I also sending It out as a weekly legit I matters relative to the
}'igpolnt' price system for steel article. Sum Jones and cultivated were used for deco
to 1. The farmer may increase the This Is a wonderful developmentfor I syndicate church property hits been called I
fcimiM, I of the Trustees
the Chairman ,
Jerry Carter, Tallahassee, 18 to valuable service of quail on his a "toy" within an average lifetime by _ _
pee It was just as cheap to buy the fodder in the rack. ered by Mr. Gomen.
1. farm by Increasing cover and feed -Florida Grower I never put Mr. Luther !Powell, for Wednesday _
ton of Plttsburg-made steel de- for the bird and needed -+-.- I If I did, the giraff could reach It, night May 3rd, at 9 o'clock. It was the habit of Jesus to _

|vered it Birmingham as it was Harold Colee Jacksonville, 19 reserving C.LUr\H/\N CUT-OFF I but the billy gout would not get -----.- often withdraw Himself from the _ _.
seed stock for the coming season
i buy a ton of Birmingham-made to 1. when "harvesting" his crop of For ten years now west coast i chance. So I put the fodder on Chimes Wili Be crowds and go up Into the mountains .

JtH Now the ton of southern J. Mark Wilcox, Coral Gables, "game." This may be done with cities have been trying to get the I the ground and all the animals to be alone with God lie _

H'eel' is cheaper Hence, foundries, 19 to 1.Burton. State Road Department to complete I rrom a giraff to a billy goat get Regular FeatureAt was always refreshed by these ex
small cost to the farmer and the ___________
f'fgea' stamping mills and other 'in equal chance." I have found periences. He wrought mighty
Schoepf. Tampa, 19 to 1. Investment in small plantings of the "Callahan cut-off. Church Here _
etal fabricators that have con- Doyle Carlton Tampa, 20 to 1. grain and legumes for feed and which Is the designation give a',', 'hat is a good plan. In my evan- works by the power thus generated.

,mtrated around northern towns Russell Kay. Tampa 20 to 1. provision of cover will be amply stretch of State road between i?ellntic work I have specialized In servicesat After His descent from the _

ill 1 find it advantageous to have Dan Chappell, Miami 23 to 1. Callahan and Baldwin. I naklng truth simple and easy to Sunday morning worship Mount, where lie gave Ills disciples _
repaid In crop protection throughout Methodist Church,
I the First
inch factories near the south- Lex Green, Starke, 23 to 1. the year.-Wauchula Herald Purpose of the road when It I I1PIt grasp. The Intellectuals do not Robinson the wonderful "Sermon on _

,n steel industry. All Winter Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, 24. ..._ nl.,1..."__.. nn.. Cli...,, av.t....... Wa... tn C)b.1ect to a little mentul relaxationand the Rev Frank- ..- paxtor., the Mount" lie healed a leper
: 'V n .- -.J.--- --
IfllInotn. .bft' _11'_ ...___ _,.._. the untrained- mind has to get were opened by a Iirtren minute) Descending from the "Mount of '
--- -
""I flLCCI LSIIIIfl VCL" Vsier to 1. allow coming south from
tJSK: OF COTTON IMGS people ; music followedby
concert of chime
: than those In the North. truth In a simple form. Truth the Transfiguration" lie healed a .
to direct to Lake
B. F. Paty, Palm Beach, 24 to 1. Elthteen million new cotton Georgia go City the organ prelude played by
[ Present freight rates are unfair and thence to southwest Florida does not have to be dressed! up to demon-pOHHrHsed lad and rebukedthe -
J. J. Parrish Tltusville 24 to 1. order of
f the South. Smash up these bags were used for packing fer- without having to detour through make It powerful. Simplicity istruth's Mrs. F. 11. Long. The Impotence of His dluclple'sfaith. '
J. T. Alsop, Jacksonville, 27 to service of the Church was carried
tes the bureau of
and the products of southern tilizer in 1937 says Jacksonville.And most becoming garb. .

ctorles and farms can be laid 1. agricultural economics in report- throughout these years "Blessed are the pure In heart out with the assistance of the Those who would serve God
own at H. E. Overstreet, Miami 29 to 1. i of the fertilizer Indus- God." That choir. The !Pastor preached on I
northern doors at a real Ing studies Jacksonville has fought completion for they shall see must RO' Into the mountain apart

flings to consumers. If we be- Walter W. Rose Orlando, 29 try as potential user of larger of the eighteen or twenty statement- by our Lord Is to my the subject of "After- 1 Knitter" to pray. Then they will be able
with Jesus? The
've in a gradual lowering of to 1. quantities of American cotton. miles of road; selfishly, the big mind the most profound truth I What shall I do of to go out Into the world to battle
!"Ide barriers, we ought to elfmate R. L. Black, Gainesville, 30 to 1. Practically all fertilizer pro- east coast city has maneuvered to have ever read. Yet every word 1 evening service was with the forces of sin and to plead
congregational songs
such barriers within our Murray Sams, DeLand, 30 to 1. ducts are shipped and sold In bags, i compel all traffic to go throughIts Is a monosyllable except one. Paul solo "The with men to leave the paths of sin

m borders. Present freight rate Charles F. Coe, Hope Sound, 33: mostly of which are made of bur- portals. argued that he did not want the organ mu lc. a special and and bring them to God.
by John a
Holy City"
Terentials amount to a tariff on to 1. lap. But the use of cotton bag- Now the Road Department will faith of people to rest upon human the "Jesus, vising a great while before :
sermon by
"Uthern) products. The biggest V. P. Miller, Lakeland 39: to 1. ging has increased from about 2 let contract for paving the first argument. but upon the cross and attention IK culled to the It was day, departed Into a

''"."i to the South now would be Russ A. Williams, Miami, 35: to 1 per cent of the fertilizer tonnage six: miles south from Callahan, on the power of God. fact Special that the evening: service hour solitary place to pray."

'rtianBlnK of those rate*. George Couper Gibbs, Tallahassee packaged 10 years ago to 12 per March 21. Later in the year it Preaching the Gospel Is not has been channel from 7:30: o'-

King Cotton Dethroned ? in 1937. Cotton bags used contract for anothersix arguing. It IK proclaiming the
35: to 1. cent is planned to clock to 8 o'clock. Also thq YoungPeople's TABKHNACLKA -
T e problem which has plagued + I for fertilizer In 1937 represented : miles. That would mean completion truth that Jesus Christ died on evening meetings have good meeting was enjoyed

ale: for .years--dependence on 22.000,000 square yards of cotton of two-thirds of the "cutoff" the cross to save people. Paul
HOW AVERAGE: PERSON LIVES been changed from 6:30: o'clock lost Friday night at the Tabernacle
e crop -is on Its way to solu- fabric or the equivalent of 19.000 by next winter, but without proclaimed it and shook the until 7 o'clock. Next Friday night the
, and
on. If all the time you've spent,
Diversification of farms is bales of raw cotton. Twine required the final six miles it would still foundations of the Roman \Umpire!: La.t Wednesday night the Presiding service will be In charge of Rev
spend eating was
l'eedlng> up. LOW feed costs are are going to be at the to sew fertilizer bags represent be useless as a through road. and turned the current history, Elder of the Jacksonville L. G. Hemingway, Come and
'nulating live-stock raising and lumped the equivalent of another Oddly enough. most of the The Wesleys and Whttfleld pro- him.
That's i District, the Rev. Ir J. II. Daniel, hear ,
table twenty-five years I
dry farming Meanwhile, the 1,000 bales of raw cotton. I I'southwest Florida communitieshave claimed It and saved England from conducted the service of worship
what British statistical expert -
blood of
ratals drenched In the
3e1 for are finding industrial figured after a detailed In- Fertilizer manufacturers reported ( made no protest, or only being In storms and held the fourth and final HI'KCL\I

new crops such as !laY- that they believed cotton bags feeble protest, concerning the revolution that swept Conference of this Conference '
Into' Quarterly
e ana tung vestigation howthe average of human passion over France, Next Sunday night, April 23, ,
trees and sweet po- who were the best from the standpoint I holding back of thin importantroad At this time reports
IOes and for person lives. A person Men are not saved by analyzingthe year. Mr. George F. Tibbitts and his
older crops such 8S of appearance and salvage value. job.I3radenton Herald. for the year's work were given by
' 450-
)tton reaches 70 has spent some truth of the Gonpel. They boys from Park -sthe-Palm
111I'e, \\hlle tobacco and peanuts. 000 hours-or about five years Burlap bags are preferred for protection ---- --+--- saved by accepting the truthof the pastor and other officials of will have charge of the service.
King Cotton Is a contents, for sewing MAP MAKKKS fVZZLF.lt TO affiliated- organl-
''Ighty "Jt'k at the table, states a writer in the to the GoHpel. It Is true whethermen the Church and As Mr. Tlbbltts Is to leave next ,
man, the and for KKICr: t'I UITII MAP C'H.\NOF.M
southern closing and handling ease, zations. On Thursday night a
If five this will be his
Washington Post. years believe It or not. It Is true month probably
Cultural outlook l is. very bright. resistance to chemical deterioration. The Government's' official map of the member of the
like lot group the Tabernaclethis
Among spent on eating seems a the multiplication table. Men last service with
the South's manufacturers makers are having a hard timekeeping an
greatest In general. Division went to
food that's put Young Peoples Avail yourselves of the
iIIetll think of all the the multiplication table to do year.
are use
her face
water-power re- believed that burlap bags were up with the changing Hawthorne where they met with
lifetime. An of him.
Ources during a table Is opportunity hearing
away what the
The T. V. for handling of the World today. Here Is what
. A., developtai of best adapted physically other slmlllar organizations of this
1,355: pounds
,Is adult The Gospel will
a 'averages supposed to do. .
great the has happened to worry mapmakers
thing It It Is fertilizer In 100poundand vicinity In their regular monthly
Ilt1lnl tered victuals annually. Over 50 years March 1938 do what It Is supposed<< to do. "It I
How- since :
wisely and containers. meeting C1IKI.STI\S
fairly. 200-pound Union IIAMITO.V
It matter ofsome 35: salvation fI
huge that's a mere IK the of God unto
Power surplus should be fact you'll spend ever, a greater number of them Austria became German.So power An announcement of special Interest The Rev. W. T. McGuIre will
tons. Add the that belleveth.
omplctely one
utilized. Alr-condltlon- said that they preferred cotton did the Sudetenland. every concerning the ChImes was fill his regular- appointments at :
r sleeping-If you the -
bas about 23 I have been writing
years Here
- played a big part In rent see you're bags than were actually using And Bohemia and Moravia. Into made Sunday morning. The the Hampton Christian Church.
and you'll
to 70 crowded
SOuthern live things that have my
Ited growth and. stlmu- ExchangeC.IN'T using them.Fertilizer. Slovakia became "Independent. read Church, thru the sponsorship of Sunday morning and night.
by cheap not so busy. Poland added Teschen, taken mind. Maybe some people Mr D. P. Carpenter -
Power, will congou manufacturers now the CO-KD: class, .A I
nue -- --- ----- ---
t _. articles because they are just
do 80We hear to from Czechoslovakia. my teacher has secured extra
low using burlap bags and afford a form of relax- TRAIN SChEDULE
KVKKYONE I Rutbenla. !simple
wages In PLEASE Hungary annexed that will be used In
People a potential equipment
'* the bureau represent J want to Schedule of trains arriving hero
ation. Not people ,
fact "I called upon to make a Germany took Memel. with the equipment already -
was connection '
cL.1 however that of low
' quantities
for large
outlet to without
ping ; think. The highest paid peopleIn daily. Subject change
1.ap ln the South are very talk the other evening before a grade cotton and cotton waste Japan moved farther Into China. the movie actors being used by A. W. Ander- notice. j. -
house local man said yester- took Tainan, large island America are
costing : group, a manufac- '
$3,000 to utilized In the
Southhout.d Due
ulld 1 m New I was which are and acres They are paid because --
;P In England can be put day. "Before the meeting ture of bag fabrics. Low pricesfor off Indo-China keep people from thinking' I want you to know that I am for No. 1-Local. _____ 11.25p.m.
the 600 : they
anything Islands
' and South for about W.X .- told I shouldn't say cotton bagging In 1931-32, and Also the Sparatly School teachers who are you. If you are a Christian, I No. It I-ThrCiucb.___ 10.29 p. m. I
Can be heated for about about this and about that and go narrowed considerablythe miles from the Philippines. the name of won. .__ 8.37 m.
) pe, I since 1837 to teach people to think, greet you In my No. 107-Through. a.
added supposed
other. I State a
Year le88- light on this and the the cost of Even the Unit' d I found whenI Starke
darty! Food-parU- margin between which few of them do, are derful Savior Whom Northbound-Due :
farm the Japs a. out claimsto very
'ng. produce-Bella for a ended up by giving burlap and cotton bags and greatly complication by staking Maybe some people was a little country boy. If No. 2-Local___..___ fi.28 a. ID.
onto IslandsIn poorly paid.
After lower living costs good scolding for Jumping I> stimulated the use of cotton Canton and Enderbury read articles because they are you do not know Him, I pray that No. 108-Throur.-b_ ___ 3.41p.m.

"conSidered.Ot too southern wages are I China." he said "and do you know to for this purpose. Additional use the Pacific and my human. Some read them be- you may trust Him. for I assure Starke and Dell Branch

FUture far out of line. two persons took exceptions to I' of cotton bags for fertilizer seems Italy stepped In last week cause very the human heart Is just you that you can find In Jesus No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. i

For Young People me. The next time I am going economically Justifiable and as- took over Albania for God and I do try to Christ a solution for every problem No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50 p. m.
!at Certatiiy If I were a young discuss whether or not William sured at current levels of raw Not since the World War hungry Lord. If for any of your heart My Lord will (Dally except Sunday's) II''

'5 I WOUld come dOWn here In Shakespeare is dead. I haven'tdecided \ cotton prices it was stated.-.Florida there been such a geographical write about my happen to read: this. I never "let you down." T J, GRIFFIN, Ag"nt.7 I
South to reason you
to "seek- my fortune." which side I I Grower. upheaval.
leed more trained men here. take," he said Exchange 4 :'

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-- I STARKE GOOD RAIN BILL WAINWRIGHTGETS r.-dd.-..m-d a.< i rdl :'?

Bradford CountyTelegraphEstablished property dt--L.rlh, 4 ,. ,
StuffAbout old to the high. ,
SWIMMERS court hOUnd dar.. ",? ,I hdlV u" 1
1877AAEABER. rain described as being day In the month "I'' Ir" k3

Starke I Starke bad a prominent part in "worth fully $23,000 to Bradford pill\ WainwrIght, Lawtey, was which Uatod In thin the 6th d., 'I, i'Inns |
cZZZj 1 ., AND BRADFORD COUNTY I the festivities marking the opening County" fell here: Tuesday, bring- recently appointed National Clerk(OFFICIAL SEALdas', \' ,\prt41 1 J
I 1 a j of Gold Head Branch state Traveling Secretary of Lambda of. Circuit \ -- various truck Just what County. Florida
IDRln.\ P IsAssocIAanorl \ ing crops ,that! ,
r park 19 miles from here, Satur- they needed to hasten their Chi Alpha Social Fraternity, be- .
I It you think your electric light day. Hundreds of residents from ginning: August 1. Bill Is a jun- No'rU'E OF -
and assure a heavy yieldat APPI.'T.
-3aaochtd 3loti imp J bill is high, suppose you had to this city and other Bradford coun- growth harvest time. ior In Law School, University of C '.'A X ....;.::1) .0, p(

-- pay one like Earl Cook, owner of. ty towns were among the nearly Florida and has been quite activein NOTICfJ Senate IS Bill HEo.. let 1

Published i Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Cook's Store on Road 13, northof 3,000 persons at the gala event, String bean picking got under fraternity and political circles\ I Tax That Charlie Mate Nbohm,'?'*"Gl\:
this week, with mostof .,
months Mr. Cook
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida town. Some which was marked by a free barbecue way done in on the University campus for I 2nd., day Of Septemberr' A."pM,
KWH which the harvesting being
uses as high as 1,200 lunch. several years. For the past year has filed name In In )1.
costs him somewhere in the neigh- the Starke area. However, the ha made application ("ft. ortl"",
Matthews =_ ____Editor and Owner' Sewell Bradford High he has served as Special Traveling to be Issued thereon. a tat ,
E. L. ________ __ ,_ borhood of $80. Of course, Cook's Jimmy Brooker section will "be in" before Said certificate < '
._ School senior, won first prize In Secretary of Lambda Chi Alphafor lowing .Mntra ,.n ,*,
which Possibly
_. store Is open day and night, many more days. d..crlbedPI'Op"r I
Florida and the Southeast. He
the swimming contest for senior County of Bradford, Sial' 'In
SUBSCRIPTION partially explains the large a- 3.000 crates have been marketed Ida to-wltt I of p,
was Instrumental in the Installa-
Yearly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance mount of current used. But anyway high, school boys, and Miss Ferol since picking began, bringing HWVi of SP.% ot swi,, ,
; tion of a chapter of his fraternityat B RU. 22 *' l'
Jones, also of B H. S., won sec- 1: 10 Acr... ,, '
around $4.000 at an estimated ?
feel better '"
it will make growers ''
you The ,
Advertising Rates on Application Florida Southern College, Lakeland amieaiinient of ih, lIrH
ond In the senior
prize high
bill school of $1.35 ham- erty under the p*,
when paying your own light average per null rli'.ld?
girls' event. last year and has made it sued. wan In the nA" I'rato' !
to thing about Mr. Cook's $80 one possible for the installation of a UnleHH said certifi/ .nr,
READ THIS MESSAGE-PASS IT ON The free dance which broughtthe per.A few squash have been picked chapter at the University of property redeemed described according ",,: lea hall

W. P. Smith was out early one celebration to a close was mediocre price of Bold lher"i'I alit'
a to
Those who dismiss Walter Winchell as an idle gossiperare Miami "in the near future. The hlKheH| bidder
off sponsored by the American Legion court house door al'
morning recently showing around 90c. Also around 500 on the
Florida of Lambda Chi first
doing him a great injustice. Admittedly, this famed some of the new lock-joint bar- post and other local citizens, who bushels of Red Bliss potatoes Alpha has awarded him several day which In l la the the 5th month day or? 'i."?,. a'

columnist spends most of his time recording information of rel staves that his mill is now donated the funds to engage the have been marketed at about unprecedented honors for his accomplishments Dated thin IHth lilY "r loot\ '' l
little consequence concerning actors, radio artists, and the turning out. These are a big Imi Starke Swingsters. A. W. Anderson $1.25. as a leader In his Clerk of Circuit I Or)", ,",, ,\ J, Jhh,
provement over the old type and Jr., of Starke, operated the .-- County Florida 1''
idle rich, but in between times he occasionally gets off an he believes they will soon become public address system used In the fraternity; he is the only person _._ !I th
who has ever served the Florida xnni:
inspired paragraph that repays the serious reader for all I regulation throughout the turpentine dedication ceremonies and Mrs.E. BETTER for Notice IH. hereby u" ,
chapter as president '"
K. Ferryman, of this whore It may .con ..ro, "n r'
industry. Up until now barrels city HOMES WEEKMrs. I
so-called "drivel. Final
the time wasted on years. my Kepoi" t ,.i.n.". .1'I
would shrink and allow rosin yielded to a request that she lead my Final DlHcharffc ", lP,,,

For Instance, the following message, concerning the possibility I Ito leak through the cracks, but the group singing. Members of L. A. Davis, Bradford Bill graduated from the Collegeof der trljc<>a of"ed.That Estate. of1(,'.,, I ? I. 'lei AMMR. ""'

of another World War, is one of the moat impressiveand W. P. says of the new barrels, I the Starke National Guard also County chairman, calls the pub- Business administration In 1937 on 13th dm ,.
attended. and will soon complete his second will file Petition f.,"r I ,, :
"Believe It or not the looser they l lic's attention to the fact ual' ;
thought-provoking items that we have seen from the year in law school. He is a 2nd charge, as art minim, ,'i, ,f
get, the tighter they get. Its Congressman Lex Green scheduled "Better Homes Week" will be ob- estate
of current writer including such intellectual heavy- Lieutenant in the Organized Re Kezzli Si" i n", I ,,,
pen any pretty hard to describe in writing: to deliver the dedication address served locally and nationally from i Ad.,

weights as Dorothy Thompson, Walter Lippman, Heywood how the new stave works but if was unable to attend. His April 30 through May 8. serve Lambda Army Chi 321 t Alpha Field Artillery.Nationalheadquarters ,"", o-i' I -II

Broun, and others. you will call by the Starke Stave efforts toward obtaining funds for: The purposes of the Week as In TO WHOM IT MAY n:" ,

Mill, Mr. Smith will be glad' to the Florida canal, he explained Inn outlined by Mrs. Davis are as follows are Indianapolis YOU WILL fLfst: I'R T\

Read it and pass it on. Its widespread circulation should demonstrate it for you. telegram read by Mrs. Linwood : To make accessible to all Indiana but the Traveling Secre- nlon NOT1CR. of That the at LeKlMn ti I h. ''''''t,\_
will work the "
I tary throughout of
tlo as much as anything else to prevent another catastrophe Jeffreys, secretary of the Boardof citizens knowledge of high standards United States and Canada. The State of. Florida. m.TallahaRxee ." ",."
Florida ,
Marcus Brown officially reports n i '
his attendance
In house building home furnishings -
such as that experienced twenty years ago: Fraternity is composed of 92 Introduced and :If I pom" i.i., ,,.!
on his experiment with the at the park opening. The and home life. To encourage In the law prohibit lug i.ept i. 'UhR
white beans chapters, and in this State have (' on MonrtayBv..' green beans and the telegram evoked applause from the the building of sound 'da)
Once again Europe is rolling the loaded dice of destiny (you remember he planted 1green e crowd. beautiful single-family houses; Much members as Ed. R. Bentley Fridays ginning of with/ that thn pvrli 20th( ,""f 1 Iii f pm""I,,

beans and 18 white beans 1 in past president of the Florida Bar i, einbfp and ending: w,
her bewildered The Florida Forest and Park and to entourage the reconditioning I"
Once again diplomats are pointing Association Thomas F. Smith.Pre51elent I of January of the foil 'i. rt
parallel rows to settle once and and of old houses. all Counties of thi
Service today announced that the remodeling Nlii'' "FlLhalru.
down the street to the Avenue to of the Florida Junior
war-as only
one-way for all the dispute over which germinated a opulHtioi" r.,
following admissions to the park To encourage thrift for home ownership than 8.825 and
Peace And, once again America is asked to play the more satisfactorily). He are now In effect. Adults lOc; and to spread knowledge Chamber of Commerce, Oliver W. according to the not Stin m ". 'UO.....".I.

role of International sucker The time has come for us reports that 13 of the green children 8 to 18 years 5c;: under of methods of financing the pur Hewitt, Richard City Official D. Sutton of St.City Petersburg Of- the BOA I year HlJ OF,1935.COflNTV. iKKS utllvn'

beans came up, while only two-0 r 8 free. The admission entitles thevisitor chase or building of a home. To OF BKAIIFOHIFLOniDA. I'' "'01'/'
to pause and consider If we must have another Un three of the white ficial of Jacksonville, and many .
ones ever saw
the of house
to of all promote Improvement
use facilities In ,
known Soldier-let us not ask him to die for an unknown the light of day. You can drawj the park, including checking of lots, yards and neighborhoods, other outstanding men. The T r*, Jj.D.Connfi 1leddl-I, 1 ..
National Convention of LambdaChi
reason And just what will be accomplished by dyingin j I your own conclusions. clothing at the bathhouse, and and to encourage the making of Alpha will be held in San It.Mallory S. Waxdln Th.:," ,

charcoal for in the stoves home gardens and home play- T. D. Dyal ",
the He will increase cooking 51
mud ? not America's resources Dr. A. E. Dunham former resident Francisco late In August, which -
rounds. .
at the picnic shelter. A nominal g ----
; the last war nearly ruined our fertile lands of Starke, now living In Jacksonville charge will be made for boats, .- will be Bill's first taste of travelin -
He will not increase America's wealth ; in the last war says he is firmly con however. DR. CASONAT new position.THIEVES. I FOR ALL FORMS OF
vinced that haste makes waste.
we loaned our gold and were goldbricked in return of The beach has been lighted for
Coming down for the opening ROTARYNeed ENTER

He will not increase our liberties for no man may protest Gold Head Branch by way of night bathing ,and electric outlets INSURANCEPLEASE
will be found In the picnic shelters BRYANT'SFlngel'prlnt
slaughter after its starts The truth is that external Green Cove Springs, the Dr. at for portable radios for danc- for more relaxation and a
tempted to follow the graded road "slowing down" of pace If we are
disaster never solved internal trouble We must from Penny Farms to the Park, ing. The park service urges the to live long and healthful lives, experts from the I PHONE 145,
State Farm
develop our youth-not sacrifice it America must rather than come the hardsurfac- residents of this section to use was voiced by Dr. T. Z. Cason were busy Thursday
the new recreational area provided morning photographing tell-tale
learn that her sons abroad will bring monuments to her ed way around by Starke. He got for them. head of Riverside Hospital In marks on a show case la Bryant'b I HAROLDC.WAI
stuck in the sand hours Jacksonville, at the Rotary Cluhere
glory-but her sons at home are a monument to her spent Cafe in an effort to find the thief Agency
Hayden Williams, of Sebrlng. Wednesday. The
digging out and by the time he program who broke In and
commonsenseThe future of American youth is on got to the Park all the barbecuewas who arranged for the opening has was In charge of D. P. Carpenter.Dr. made away with l
from $30 to $40 worth: of cigarettes Agcy. Est. Over 50 YK
top of American soil-not underneath European dirt! gone. Write your own moral. returned to his home. Before Cason reviewed the great cigars, and chewing
leaving he expressed his thanks advancements that have been gum.

Some girls are so thoughtful. for the splendid"cooperation re-r made in medicine during the past Entrance was gained IIOmetimeWednesday
To which only add series of emphatic and heart- '
we can a night by cutting the
Instead of admitting they're look- ceived from, local residents and twenty years. He described it as
felt Amens IROOSEVELT'S t screen on a rear door of the restaurant
Ing fort' husbands, they say they're the Bradford County Telegraph. being greater thn the progress ; NEW HIGHElVALUE

o hunting a son-in-law for their made previous to that in an entire
A smaller amount of stuff was
MOTIVES MISUNDERSTOOD BY SOME He told of many people who stolen from Bryants on March 22.//

Some prejudiced opponents of the Administration would Joe Wilson is still having his are alive today who would have 1938. 1 !
troubles "down on the farm" (see I
have believe that President Roosevelt is rushing head Carlos long since been dead if it had not I
us us last week's Issue of the Telegraph) Conzaleyz, a resident of been for recent discoveries of NO-FENCE LAW

long into the midst of apother World War arising from the He took some laying mash downI Tampa was Hflll In the county medical science. Cases of
i certain
I Orange Heights to feed the Jail here this week unable to make KILLEDFlorida
present mess of European intrigue and counter-intrigue. I diseases that would have been
standaround a $250 bond after being caught
| hens, and then had to > GOODYEAR'SFAMOUS
Such feel is and unfair early Thursday morning by Rail rgarded as hopeless twenty yearsago I cattlemen will not have
a charge, we as unjustified as ,, all day to keep the roost

the usual blind breast-beating we have come to expect from i' ers from eating It all up. road Hazen Commission transporting inspector passengers Fred for six or are eight now comp'etely months he cured said. In fence to worry law over until passage the Legislature of a no- "GO"ALLWEATHER

those minds which have been narrowed and whose vision hasbeen The Union County Times cele hire without proper license plates .- convenes again In 1941.
shortened by their violent anti-Roosevelt prejudice. brated its 28th birthday anniversary and without permission of the CIRCUIT COURT The ever-recurring Issue Is con-

last week by having an "EggDay Railroad Commission. sidered dead at the
If England and France had done months ago what Roose ," when It offered a year's Arrested with Conzaieys were I NEXT WEEK following an unfavorable present session report -

velt is doing today there would be no occassion for threats subscription for 7 1-2 dozen eggs his six passengers. All were Names of the following thirtysix Tuesday by the House Livestock RUNS MORE MiLlS AI I

from the United States or from anyone else toward Mussoliniand i It must seem somewhat unusualfor bound for Tampa from New York I men have been drawn to serve Committee. The bill, which

Hitler. Those two gentlemen would have been squelchedat an editor to receive FRESH Cliy but the six were released as Jurors at the Spring Term of would require cattlemen to fence LESS COSTPERMUliFRONTPAGE !

eggs. There are usually plentyof Thursday after questioning and Circuit Court which convenes here their stock, was Introduced by

the proper time before they had gone far enough to rrrake the other variety being hurledIn continued to Tampa by bus. The Monday: Representative Fuller Warren of

it necessary for the United States to enter the picture at all. his direction. arrest was made on Road 28 between L. G. Johns Laurie McKinney Duval County. FOE!

What President Roosevelt is attempting to do might be Local sportsmen don't see ex Starke and Keystone W. H. Noegel W. B. Mundy, J. Many cattlemen Attended the

II actly eye-to-eye with the County: Heights and the car was a seven- J. E. Newsom Rufus JohnsonD. public hearing held by the Live- \ 24 TEA|

made clearer by means of a modern parable : Commissioners concerning the lat-; passenger, 1928 model Plerce-Ar- A. Judd Joe E. Shuford stock committee Tuesday and a 1

Once there were two little boys greedily eyeing a jar of I ter's proposed bill to curtail dra&tlcally row sedan. The case will come H. D. Wasdln Berry E. Rosier spokesman for the group said: THE
up before the spring term of Cir Carl Jones Q. P. WadsworthL. "Kill this thing and let us r i t '
left the hunting season In Bradford grow '
cookies which their mother had inadvertently on the 1
next season. Hunters agreethat cuit Court when it convenes here V. Moore M. M. MatchettN. Into something. We want to \ LEAD!
kitchen table. Their big brother who could lick them both fence -
quail need additional protection Monday. S. Parrish Jake ShufordA. our and our cattle !
with one hand tied behind him'' (and they knew it) said to I but aren't sure that they V. Varnes Otis Barry and we're going to do It If you'll ,, in

I Is Mrs Cannard Dies I I L O. Lewis T. T. BlackburnB. Just give us time." IN SEAS
them in no uncertain terms: "If you bother those cookies, need QUITE as much as proposed "
by the Commissioners. The Mrs. Esther Cannard 41, of Y. Saxon Horace ReddingU. -.-. IN YAW
I'll tan both." Aren't the odds greatly in favor of those
you matter will probably be threshedout Archer. Florida died in her home D. Dyal George Rivers Motive Unknown

little boys running out to play and forgetting all about the at the next Board meeting. there Monday morning after a H. E. Stokes E. A. WinklerJ. Unknown persons or person en

cookies? Wasn't the line of action followed by their big lengthy Illness. Mrs. Cannard was B. Prevatt \V. H. EdwardsJ. tered the office of the DeWItt C.
Mrs. J. W. Morgan baa beengetting the sister of S. E. L. Harrell Lloyd Barry Jones Funeral Home
Sparks proprietor Sunday
brother infinitely more logical than to wait until the cookieshad mail in the same P. O. of the City Barber Shop O. C. Ctmon J. E. Rosier and ransacked the desk. Papers night NEWt

been eaten and then to spank the little fellows ? We believe box for twenty years, but admitsshe here. W. H. Hall H. M. McRaeW. cards files and calendars were, TO WISE MOTORIST'IIhJur.'s )

doesn't yet know the number.Al H. Hart W. J. Wilkeraon tossed
any fairminded person will agree it was. Funeral services were held Tues pell-mell over the desk top
Carlisle was the first
Kay day afternoon at 2:30( o'clock and floor. About $20 In cashcould : a new "G-S1 .O\J.L.

President Roosevelt is doing exactly what the big brother young-man-about-town to blossomout from the Archer Baptist Church, Soloman Morgan Dies hardly have escaped noticeof WEATHER strong

did in the above parable. He doesn't want to fight Hitler with a Spring but haircut-a then Al Kay little with the Rev. W. B. Hicks of Soloman Morgan 59, died Mon the burgalac, as he took cards longer wearing, a beuer
early yet
) Waldo officiating. Interment was day night as the result of a heart out of the same drawer. bail'
and Mussolini, and he knows that the chances are infinitely says it got to worrying him so Robbery tire than last years
In Mt. SinaI cemetery near Gra attack at his home In apparently was not the
. greater against such a course if he warns them in advanceI bad he just had to have it cut ham. He was a native of MIcanopy.Bradford Elmo Struth, the funeral home motive.attendant seller yet yours now ii j

, what the consequences will be if they continue to "steal the short. Noon Wainwright, as usual Besides her brother, the deceased County being a son of the late said as nothing was miss- lower prices!
beat everybody to the draw
I cookies." with a new straw hat. Little is survived by her husband Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Morgan. Ing after the check-up. Don't drive you old.

I We believe his plan will succeed where others have failed Joan Carpenter says she likes to, John Cannard a prior marriage.and by two Doris childrenlYom and Funeral services were held Wednesday Tax -*Close tires past the danger mal
fish all right, but It scares her to, afternoon at o'clock from i11ay 1 GefG.3"earetyTODVTJYon
miserably. If we go through the year without another World Eugene McKinney. Surviving also the New Tax
catch one. Ask Dolly Lamb to, Hope Baptist Church Collector C. A. Knight an have GooJye f'J'
War, thanks will be due largely* President Roosevelt and let you see the picture she had are her mother Mrs. W. A. with the Rev. William Moody of nounced this week that tax books "-
Sparks of Gainesville 3 sisters "Lifetime Guarantee
his firm and admirable stand. struck In the costume she wore in ficiating. Interment was in New will close May\ 1 because of fall nJart-
Mrs. R. T. Crouch of Gainesville plus De
Hope ure of our own
the Rotary Club minstrel; they Cemetery. the Legislature to postpone
and Mrs. J. A. Roberts of Mlca-
must have some mighty: strong He is survived by his wife, biro the deadline as has been Gusto BUY NOW!
TILE cameras down at Hoover Bros. nopy; and Mrs. Brace Dean of Mae Hell Morgan and seven child mary In past legislative
A BRIGHT SPOT ON MARKET HORIZON Palatka; and two other brothers years. BEST-SAVE MOUrn C +
Road Patrolman Melvin McKinney ren. Immediately thereafter Mr'Knight BUT THE
The announcement this week that at least one local buyer O. W. Sparks of Gainesville and will ,
will henceforth ride the high! t; begin preparation of I

of farm produce had agreed to operate from the State ways in an automobile following Andrew:Mrs. Cannard H. Sparks was of a Louise.member o tj!' To Unveil Monument the delinquent tax Hat which will l

, Farmers' Market here formed a bright spot in the pictureof the third or fourth serious accident the Baptist Church. {I All members of the W. O. Wand be published during the month of
he's had In his lifetime astride Woodman Circle ,' June.
developments that are shaping up and promise to make requestedto
a motorcycle. Melvin saysto lando florist told them this week meet at the hall here at 2:30p. :\O"'I'f m

the enterprise as big a success here as it has been in other look death In the face threetimes that he would have paid f 1 apiece m. Sunday, April 23, to attend .: Of''I'tx\.U.\'rIO"".:.:" | Flail

sections of the state. Paving will soon be completed at the Is enough and he figures he for the lilies If he could have had the unveiling ceremony In mem N'nTIl'<< .i.,:ne.lf.! 11111 '\... III'''
market and when this is finished,. it is hoped that work wisoon ll can do his work Just as well In them for Easter. The folks at ory of the late W. E. Torode at Certlfl I.yman" .51a. H.RY UIVFN LowC 0 f'yll'
I an automobile. Mr. and Mrs. W. Highland are mighty pleased withthe Kingsley Lake Cemetery. The lsenrdethef2nTaz
be started the cooling plant which has been promise day or July A. 0. !
on E. 19.54 has rl..i.
had '
Bryant a gold minea new forest fire lookout tower service will take place at 3:30. same In my orth' and has sere d fa. Stee .f M. W4) '

by the State Marketing Board with the cooperation of the couple 0 f weeks agoand tnat has been erected In the northeast The Ocala drill team will be present appllrntlnn for a lax deed to be mod I Is_

i WPA. A new manager Is probably on, the job by the timethis didn't know It. Practically] corner of Bradford County. and assist In the ceremony. suealI ..ett fixate embraces the
I tnl-
everybody's Easter lilies were late Miss Ethel W. lowing: described CO
Ricks general store O. W. and Circle members are prnperty In Register Motor
is read, or will be within the next few days, and opera this and 1'nuny of nradfnnl. State the
year the
consequently manager, says forestry men estimate expected from Jacksonville Pal hht. t-wlt: Floe

t tions at the market will be resumed shortly. It remains only stately white blossoms were at a that 30 automobiles a day atka Lake City, and Lake Butler. of I.SEVi,,,,, 1.HOle.2 or nik 7 III' N4y ot 81'4 ROAD SERVICE

for the citizens of the county to recognize the great thing premium. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant will stop to allow interested tourists A bus will be on hand to accom .\ 13 Tp I....8.. S. It. u EU ..

however by careful attention and art dither |o climb the 100- modate all members. Friends of The aseeeemet IIf Ih...
said 10'J*
they have in their midst, and to cooperate In order to realize arty ender the prop.
!hard sold Telephone
work were able to pick lilies toot tower. It will be quite an attraction the family and the public are Invited Cued was I In the cacti/leafs Ie
its maximum benefits. two weeks before Eu tr. An 0 r- for Highland. branchh name or .N. T. Sea.t'nlees ::'

said| c.rtiricui. STARKE FL
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