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 28, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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GRAND f kGeorge Hearts Hold Center of

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Recessed Until Receipts May Judge Sebring To Give FewJays

ourl IJale ThisTerm Reach 1938 Commencement

Later Mark Address Hampers of string beans, Irish

potatoes, and squash, piled highon

I indicting Clyde Her- Dropping to slightly less than Circuit Judge Ii L. Sebring of the platform this week shouted

true bill Theress8 farmer, with half the previous week's output Gainesville will deliver the com- forth the good news that the

'young criminal assault, strawberry shipments from Starke mencement address at the school : Bradford County State Farmer"

attempted Monday by a and Lawtey during the past seven house tonight (Friday) to sixty- and
here la for
Spring Term days reached a total of only 18- four graduates, the largest single
Iffy the
a. 000 crates proving conclusivelythat class ever to receive diplomas In raring to go.

lircult Court I the season here is on the the history of B. H. S. It will be I PAVING PROJECT NEARS COMPLETIONWith Since Monday, the first day of

tin Hersey pleadCyald.udgeH.L.Sebring wane. One week more of shipping the school's forty-fourth animal a good Ikmerock surface displacing treacherous mud holes, the operation under the managementof

is moot of those commencement. J L. Gentry, 2,621 packages of
1C predicted by Farmers' Market today presents a much more inviting picture to the
a continuance "in the know" while a few stretcha Judge A Z. Adkins will Intro is produce had been handled up until
of defense at- Vose youthful orator truck driver than it did several months ago. The new paving 1-
point and maintain that the duce the speaker, and the prized noon Wednsday. There were
VlSiHDouglas of Gaines from the Townsend National head expected to be a big factor In the successful operation of the market.
of beans at an average -
632 hampers
season might be prolonged through diplomas will be presented by A.
.. Counsel for the State also quarters who will speak here at amass May 6.Prices. J. Griffis, superintendent of public of $1.10; 785 hampers of potatoes

i continuance and meeting, Tueeday, May 2, at remained mediocre with instruction. E. L. Williams,, NEW MANAGERPictured I at $1.50; and 204 squash at

CSU* recessed court bed 8 p. m. The general public as good berries bringing a high of principal of B. H. S., will give out I WEDDINGTAKES\ 70c. The first 2 1-2 days of sellIng -
case Townsend Club members,,
Kne that the well as farmers around $3.-
and Dr W. E. grossed
and'an special
No definite $1.75, a low of U. O. aver- hen'
this term. Is Invited to attend. ll .M for their Spring truck
later set. age of 160. Fruit badly dam Middleton, mayor pt< Starke, will PLACE Is J L. Gentry

e has yet been aged by recent almost dally rains present certificates to graduates new manager: Tho bean market broke sharplyWednesday

[londay'B docket was exception- SETTLEROF brought only $1 to 125. It is of the Junlor-Hlgh..School. of the Bradford afternoon as South

light and no cases came to OLD believed that quality of berries Ilarculuureaty Sermon I ON SIDEWALKNew Count y'' Georgia and other southern states

Three defendants pleadL will improve next week if rains Using ns his subject "The Arch State Farmers begun to compete with Florida,.

and received deferred settees KINGSLEY cease. The week's receipts for of Triumph," the Rev Frank Robinson Market, as ht The potato market, however U

They were: Carlos Con growers at Starke and Lawtey pastor of the Stai'ke Metho! Setting Seen Here left the court rr i still strung.

es, charged with operating a wan estimated at $28,800 dist Church, delivered the annual house last Friday The platform here became a

tar vehicle for compensation SUICIDES Totals for the season now standat baccalaureate sermon Su n d a y I For Very OldCustom utter h 1 III r scene of activity early Monday
wuut a permit Charles 4,714.996 pints of fruit for night to an auditorium packed first I meeting: morning. A belt bean grader was

rged with larceny of a cow; which farmers have received an with graduates, their families, and with local directors set up and has been running at

I Willie Dell charged with uniul I estimated of 313800. Witha friends. While a crowd of fifty or more o f the Intervals ever since. The market

I possession of lottery tick- Bill Starr Despondent week or gross ten days more of ship- Alluding to memorials and mon- curious pusxers-by 8tnpped to enterprise H e remains. open all night, and big

Over Money and uments that had been erected to has had trucks pull up to the platform at
ping it Is possible that returns watch, a Starke boy and girl were many
e Grand Jury, of which W. B. Health total of great men and women In the past, about years of experience nil hours of the day. Produce
might!: reach last year's married Saturday afternoon
chairman, returned a his audi- and crate and
ndy was Mr. Robinson reminded the sidewalk I nth < tr buyers and fertiliser
$377,164. 3 o'clock standing on
bill in the case of Shlpman ence that "the Golden Age, especially produce bUill-1 hamper dealers have rented stalls,
front of the WPA sewing rooms
Pp, charged with assault with William G. Starr, 74yearoldeccentric for those vof you In the Call Street ness at Sumter : and several concessions have been

ent to murder settler of Kingsley Lake,, I GRAHAM graduating class of'B. H. S., be- on S. C.. and h. i let, Bids for a filling station
J. W Hunter The bride, a pretty girl dressed I ; be received soon
State's Attorney died at 4 o'clock Sunday morning TRUSTEES NAMED gins today-now. very enthusiastic concession
street dress
Tavares In the Fifth Judicial "Your Arch of Tlumph is an In an ordinary cotton over the William L. Wilson, state director

cult, served in the place of J. of self-inflicted knife wounds. He I Frank Abernathy, E. Strickland, open door. And this open door la held the hand of the husbandtobewhile posflib I 111 tie a of farmers' markets, was here

Adkins of Gainesville, who had left a note stating: "My money and N. J. Davis were elected trustees not a memorial of achievements the Rev. F. M. Garrrtt pronounced presented by Saturday and expressed himself ai

ed to be excused. gave out, and I gave out with it I for the Graham Sub School that are past, but 'of deeds yet to the words that many of the marketingsituation being well pleased with the outlook

The civil docket was sounded I am no good to myself and nobody District in an election held there be realized" the minister said. : the interested spectators, although here for a successful season here.
of voters
i all cases continued for the I Tuesday. A majority "This door then that opens for us I they had heard them many times The new manager lie stated that work will be started .
else. So goodbye. a levy of ten mills. and with
approved today-a 'door leading to future I before listened to quietly was 8 soon on the construction of a

m-.- Bill Starr, a* be was commonly Following is the unofficial tabulation preparation, to the finding ofone's eager ears and smiling faces, guest at the cooling plant at the west end of
called had been a "fixture"around I of votes cast:: Abernathy, united
COOK SR.- own life wQrk and serviceto This unusual ceremony : Lha platform.L. .
EARL Kingsl Lake since 1883,, 22 Strickland 19 Davis 19; J. A. of Mr, Rotary C I u tWednesday
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; humanity, lsa_ great door It Ear lie Thornton, son M White, successful manager -
DIESEarl when he came to Florida as a I J. McKlnney 17; Geo. Rivers 18; might be plain and': mromantic, it and Mrs. T. Thornton of Starke, ,, I of the Palatka market, was

youth of elxt6/tD. with his uncleRichest' ,, I Berry Dyal .18. .. I might lead to hardatitp and struggle to Levetta Griffls. 16, daughter of where members here this week giving, valuable

Cty.'j! _Sjfe was time Inspector werMr: : McKinney, but Its glory now In disguise, Mr. and Mrs. lam Grtffls of pledged htm their support, slat ant' In getting things off toi

it t, died Wednesday night in when Florida was enjoying one 'I Mr Abernathy H. D. Wasdin, andJ. will when we sense that quality of Starke, Whowere present with the \ good start. The management;
where'he had "booms and ---- --
hevllle. N C. of its periodical H. Surrency, clerk. greatness, be ultimately revealedas couple. In obtaining a marriage has announced that farmers willie
ne In an attempt to find reliefm real estate around Kingsley was I arch the I license earlier In the day from 1C
I -- a triumphant opening TO SOON BEGIN charged 25c: : i n day stall rent
> the acute -asthmatic attacksd very,active-not as a summer resort conflict at the beginning County Judge I'erryman, both
{Waldo{ HomecomingFormer way to day's they sell directly to the buyer. If
a complication of other aUnts but as homes for growers ol I residents of Waldo are and crowning our efforts I gave their ages as 21. WORK ON 13In they leave their produce to be
freeze" ,,,
with which he suffered.ird pre-"blg
grapes being notified that Sunday, May with victory at its close. But The bride's parents. In answer handled by the market, a charge
of hit death was Just re- and other crops suited to the answer to un inquiry us to
7, will be observed as Homecoming after all 'that which happens to I to queries concerning the (to say it S per cent will be made
ved here yesterday morning sandy soil.When what the status of construction work on .
Day and they are Invited to ua is only Incidental; hap- the least) unusual location and .- -- -
J up to press time complete de- this early boom went the i "come with well-filled baskets and pens IN us is of the utmost con- time of the marriage, let It be the "missing link" of Road 13 between .

Is had not been learned. way of all others, before and since. i sit under the shade of the time- sequence' I I known that the couple had been Baldwin and Callahan, J. ROB STERN'SGARAGE
Mr Cook came Kerr, In 1932 to Pal atka, I
Mr. Puddy returned In conclusion Mr. Robinson call- two weeks. "It
trees 'round-about the acquainted only .
New established r honored H. Dowling, state highway engineer -
York and
,merchandise school! the Telegraph follows ,
ery and general wrote "II
Bill Starr remained at Kingsley enumerating them as measures of "And didn'tItnow
or do anything they please to Sam Griffls said. we Officers are on the look-out
[vines on Road 13 half a mile to live the remainder of his long :r make the day pass pleasantly." It c::::cans, and showing how we | a. thing about it until just : ,'or the thief or thieves who broke
nth of successful
town He was life alone-without family and I Is planned to make this an annual must select the highest one as our before It happened," his wife ad- "The Road Department recently Into and robbed W. A, Stern's

rn the nart keeping his storeD with few intimate friends. He I event. measure of success and attain ed. "After they got the license," took bids for paving 6 1-2 miles Garage Monday night of over 130

day and night, and also in- did a little farming a little car-I ment. These tenses were spoken Mr. Griffls went on, "they Justcouldn't worth of merchandise
at Callahan and running

>und StarkeIe time he would augment his In- I save his life three); "to do" (a slightly higher I I the first preacher they met tie south toward Baldwin. Con proved entrance had been gainedy

ok Is survived by two sons, Earl come by the sale of a piece of The note found tied to the pump measure of success, but not the I' the knot on the spot. Rev. Gav- tracts were awarded to the W L. breaking a back window, and
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th of Starke.and Theodore Cook, lake property. had said: "Effie you can have all highest) ; and "to be", which was I' rett was the first preacher they Cobb Construction Co., of Tampa. exit was made by opening another

|Funeral Several months ago Mr. Starr, that is in the shoe box on the given; the highest place of Importance met" This explained everything This work should be under way buck window. The merchandise

held this services afternoon will and probably interns now In failing health, realized he window sill. You will find me in the development of an In-I I clearly. within the next few days itolen consisted of cigarettes,

was unable to care for himself lying on the floor with my throat dividual as It contained The newlyweds are staying cigars: chewing gum some mall
be In the Lake Butler I "Plans have also been prepared ,
''metery longer and came to board with Mr. cut and bleeding Be sure I am thought of the development 'I I with the bridegroom's parents on hange: from the cash register. Inlertubea. -
for the remaining
advertising portion
and Mrs. Eph Gnann on their dead before you move me. Please character in life as above all other their fin northwest of Starke on which Is and some radio parts
In Nassau ,
--- of Starke. Always and let the undertaker motives and measures of succ.ess.1! County cardboard box.
farm .just east : go down I the Raiford road. We tacked In a colsed
7 mllrs. hope
BRADFORD disposition, dead and let Mrs. The remainder of the baccalaureate ... approximately
of a quiet and moody know I am --- -- work under In the case of the latter Mr. Stern
to be able to get
existence about It. I want you program was as folows: Processional fortunate, Mrs.
SALUTEDBradford because of his solitary Sassoe know SOIL PAYMENTS within the next two months I, was Monday
and his partial deafness, during to take care of my feather bed Mrs. K. G. Duncan; Invocation : way Item removed the radio (an auto.iobile

County was featured the last months of his life h< and mattress and pillow and don't Dr. C C. Adams; Scrip TOTAL $5,000 This in Duval will\ County leave only yet to that be portion paved, I'I' set) and left only the wirIng -

a special radio "salute" over would sit for hours under a tree i Ilet it get wet when It rains. Please ture, the Rev. A. E. Light foot; which Is 9 miles. and connecting parts. Thlnkng -
He of barn skin get wet. "Lift Thine Eye and "Seek Ye County Agent T. K. McCUne. the cloned box contained a
and University of Florida or la the shade a appar don't l let my sheep W. hope to be able to completethe
ilo utation WRUF; In Gaineat ently occupied with his thoughts.At Please take care of my valisestill the Lord" by the Women'sChorus. Jr.. announced yesterday that Soil road from Baldwin to Callahan complete radio, the thieves probably -

" at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday after- one time he received an old my nephew calls for them. Conservation Program checks, time next experienced a saddening disappointment -
"n. The series of county "$al. | age pension, but this had been f Please tell the undertaker to let -+ totalling nearly $5,000, have been upon opening It at aapot
l" Is being sponsored by the recently discontinued because oi ( Fred Sa see know about It. My Miss Arizona Thomas Dies I received by Bradford County co- --- .-- removed from the scene otIhe

te Chamber of Commerce. property holdings and-It is believed money gave out and I gave out Miss Arizona Thomas died on I operating growers this week. District MeetingRobert crime.

A brief sketch of the colorful that discouragement over his with it. I am no good to myself Thursday of last week at her home These payments will be delivered The garage carried no burgalary
who have
'iy history of Bradford County financial condition and ill health [ and nobody else. So good bye." near Starke. She was 48 years to 160 farmers here Soil Con- F. Clark, president-elect surface

' given, followed by a descrip- caused him to take his life Mr. Tho Mrs. Sassee referred to Is of age, and had been ill for the complied with the 1939 of the Starke Rotary Club, gave .
>n of stated that he had paid his Mrs. M. L. Sassee of Starke, whoiormerly during the servation Program by holding
present-day developments Gnann 1 past three years. Only down their tobacco acreage, plowIng an interesting report Wednesdayon Monument Unveiled
F wth' Saturday,, lived at the lake and had she been
and every
potentialities. board promptly last week,
Special at St to the
since he under legume cover crops the District Meeting A W. O. W. monument
PPftasis was the of his death. had known Starr ever to her bed. Her parents
eve confined
given to the farm- even on
late W. K. Torode
resting land. and other practices. Petersburg on Sunday, Monday lenuiry of the
F"""""try In the county, and to One day last week Bill Starr came here. were the late Mr. and Mrs. George I unveiled with an Impressive
P This $5,000 represents a little of this week He was
recreational facilities of local undertaker's."You The deceased was born in Som- Thomas. and Tuesday
nearlakes appeared at a amount ceremony Sunday afternoon at the
can come and get me Sunday merset, England on May 24, 1865 Survivors are three brothers, l, more than half of received the total In this Imparted to other members, who InKsley/ Lake Cemetery J, H

F1"8 Program lasted fifteen*minI ," he stated calmly. He had and came to this section of the Merman, Frank, and WilliamThomas which wilt be and were unable to attend, a good deal Field"| had charge of the service

and was the second time previously selected the coffin in state fifty-six years ago. all of Starke, and three )I county under be the mailed program notices of the enthusiasm with which he which was beautifully carried outby

'i Bradford County has recelv- which he wished to be burled. I I Funeral services were held at lnters, Mrs Willie Green, Mrs growers to will to the countyagent's became Inspired at thin gathering the Ocala Woodman "uniform
valuable F. today como I
and Mrs. ,
publicity over WRUF good as his word. 10 o'clock Thursday morning from Eddie Green, ank>" team The Rev L. A.eepherd .
recent He was as Starke. office for the payments.The which attracted more thnn BOO .
weeks. Not long ago members of I the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Thomas, also of In size all the chaplain of the State
night checks
farm Late Saturday conducted range who ul-
hour from Rev. Frank Robin- Funeral services were delegates. Roy Mathews In otthe
program Chapel. The several Prison Farm, spoke memory
the few cents
JnclVl11e' | was dedicated to this the Gnann household found pastor of the Methodist est' Friday morning by the Rev. way from a the ..0 attended the meeting, described deceased, and a prayer waltled
Bon on
''DIY the inside interment followed hundred dollars, depending
suicide note, penciled on Church, officiated. Intermentwas Lloyd Johns devoted by the Individual the great benefit that he had by: the Rev. Frank Robinson

-- --. of the top to a cardboard In the Palatka Cemetery in Dyal Cemetery under the acreage the soil conservation derived from the trip. The program ot the Starke Methodist Church.
tarmer to
.Vew Coca-Cola Truck handkerchief box, tied to a pump where Mr. Starr had requested to direction of the Key-McCabe Funeral was In charge o* Nat Stern- everal musiral numbers were

The! Starke Coca-Cola Bottling I r at the rear of the house. Mr. and be buried by his uncle. Home of Jacksonville. practices. .- be rg. ung by a quartette and the
Crews, j
rnpany r hurried to Starr's L. Silcox, Pallbearers were: Kirby A Woodmen Circle Choir. Visitors
hM added to its Mrs. Gnann bearers were: J. ------- ------
I Pall
Present JUOI.esfere
I \lll1I'1I1\ I found him still Fred Sassee, Jim Rufus Alvarez, Rodman Reddish i Carter Picnic were present from Jacksonville,
a 1939 International where they I I Williams, MI Club
'u room Hardy and Carter of
Brown Maxie
ck to argue him and Collie Crosby. Fate Mr. and Mrs. 'alatka, Ocala, Tampa. Lake ('Ityand
with f Hornesby.
a shelf and James 4-H Club
'her -style body alive decision. He I Bartlett. Ethan Sapp. I Hlfchland have moved to Starke All Bradford County
!! that the A-type bodies I out of his desperate his K. L. Griffls. where Mr.- Carter will go Into boys and their families and friends
changed --
IJsed. The new truck ,r intimated he had to Survivors are four brothers, Met t business at the filling station, formerly are invited to attend the annual

Yenow with red wheels and mind, but the Gnanns came Fred John, Edward, and Tom Commissioners II operated by Romle Alvarez 4-H Club picnic to be held at Gold Half Holiday

Tu' and nns a capacity of 184 I I Starke for Sheriff A. O.returned Andreu Starr, and two sisters. Miss Emily The Bradford County Board of south of town on Road 13. Head Branch State Park near According to an agreement slgn-

ea. The\ old' type truck had anyway. When they Starr, and Mrs. Annie Calow. all County Commissioners met yester- Mr. Alvarez and hU wife have Keystone Heights Thursday after. ed by a majority of Starke buslesBmen -
apllch" found Bill Starr lying day afternoon to give further conilderatlon the annual custom of
only 108 cases. The home they with of Sorrtmerset England.A moved to Lacoochee. :Mr, Carter's noon May 11. The Unlor County
air capacity floor still alive but H. Starr of to refunding program members and their families Tiursday half-holidays will beginxt
i.1 1 of the new truck on the nephew, William former 'station at Highland has 4-H
PS t2UCl the number of return his throat cut through the wind-knife Berwyn. Ill., was here thus weekto proposed by various bond last companies Fri- been purchased by Lee Green of will also enjoy the outing with week. The first day to be

* plant for additional pipe, and with a Barlow make the funeral arrange'relents. at a meeting here Mlddleburg. the Bradford boys. thus observed will be May 4.
of He was :
drinks and Will factUate I clutched In his hand. I Jay.
idling I hurried to a local hospital where
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PAGE TWO .__ ___ __._ ___ en __ __ ____ .---------------- -. -- -BRADFORD._------ ,COUNTY..-- -- TELEGRAPH....--STARKE.-.--FLORIDA-------- __ FRIDAY. APRIL_ 28 1939 I
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Class, Scout Lester (Buck) Mc- Troop and to begin to receive more pation In the regular summer BROOKERMrs. are very busy picking: beans and uncle, C A. Grlttis
Millan; from Tenderfoot to Sec- of the outdoor life that is connected I camp that will be held near Jack-I squash. If the price on these are Those attending tit",
L. l. Parker Correspondent think it is
BOY ond Class Scouts Edward Brazle, with Scouting. Scouting offers I. sonville a little- later. Troop 70 good, Brooker will bratlng the fifth brihda':
Bobby Biggs, and Cheater McKinney !! to the boys of our communitythe I members are planning a week's RUNS-Twin Dies back in the good old days of the versary of liui ftazelt c'!
SCOUT Other boys received opportunity for developing outing at this camp during the boom for there seems to be plenty were: Wilbert Donald
Merit badges which were listed themselves physically, mentallyand first part of July. A local ex- The death angel visited the of both to keep everybody busy. via Prevatt, Gather a !? :
NEWS i ir : in last week's issue of the Telegraph morally and It Is hoped that hibit of plants, posters and other home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rues Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baxter and and Debris Galnev Opv 1
r I Ir the interest on the part of parentsand handiwork of the boys will be displayed Sunday morning and took from family of Tampa were visitingMrs. yell, Sheron Green'1IW, >
of friends of these boys may be at an early date. their midst one of the three- Annie Pinholster Sunday.Don't vatt. After a number tia 1{
The next regular meeting
of I I or
: The regular meeting Troop forget Sunday School refreshments **'
maintained. The boys in Scouting months-old twins, Irene. She of cau.-
There is still room In the Troop I and
the Scouts will be held on Mon and church .
70 Boy Scouts of America was Sunday morning ade were
learn leadership ability\ throughthe leaves to mourn her loss a father, every served
held Monday night in the Church day afternoon when the Patrol operation of the Troop-adult for a limited number of boys and I mother and two slater, Jacque- afterwards, with the Rev. O. E. Mrs F. E. Chase
School rooms of the First Metho- Leaders Assistant, Senior Scoutmaster Patrol Leader and, guidance being furnished in the applications will be accepted by lyn and her twin sister. Aline, whoIs McGauley pastor. :end guest of Mra. z was z the II"
dist Church, with an excellent at- Junior the Scoutmaster meet for the' person of the Scoutmaster and the the Scoutmaster to fill the Troopto very sick too but we tope she I TRAIN CrB;.
members of the Troop Committee Its capacity of 32 boys. Twenty- will soon be better. Card of ThanksIt SCIIED1LI:
tendance. This being the last regular weekly Patrol Leaders I Schedule of trains
regular meeting in the month, the Meeting. At these meetings the Much real progress has been seven boys are at present registered Friends will be glad to know is with grateful hearts that daily subject to arrtv
shown In the member of this kind change
Scoutmaater, the Rev. Frank Rob- activities for the week and the two in the period of prepara- that Lee Gainey, who has been in we wish to thank the many notice WI
inson, gave a brief monthly reportIn month are outlined and plannedand Troop and many honors have been tion for membership, leaving an St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson- friends who extended sympathyand SouthbouLdDue
accorded them because of this de
which It was revealed that the are then presented to the opening for 3 boys. The mini- ville Is able to be moved to his kindness to us in our bereavement NO. l-Local._ Starlie
finances of the Troop were in ex- Troop for their successful opera velopment. mum age limit Is that a boy must daughter's Mrs. Abe Crosby, In May's God's blessings be No. 161-Through 11.2$
While Scouting has a very definite Jacksonville. He will return to with each and every one of you. 10.29
cellent condition; the attendance tion. The regular meeting of the have reached his 12th birthday. No. 107-Through. _
having averaged 82 per cent for Troop will be held on Monday place In its program for recreation -, Make your application to the Rev. his home here when able. We all -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and Northbound-Due Starke 8.37
the month; and the interest of the night at 7:30: o'clock in the usual and play the bOYS who Frank Robinson Scoutmaster for wish him a speedy recovery. family No. 2-Local_____
members was at a very high peak. meeting place, with the anticipation take advantage of what Scouting Troop 70, BSA.Combination. Mr. and Mrs R. T. McDavId No. 108-Through_ _/ \f.
On Thursday night the Courtof of a 100 per cent attendance.Now offers find that work and study -- have returned home after a two BOATDRAIN Starke and Bell BriulJ
Honor was held In Jacksonvilleat that school has closed It Is and play go hand In hand for the offcrj% 100 calling week's visit in Pompano with Mrs Z. Z. Grlffls Cor. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: ,
which time the following advancements the desire and the plans of the full enjoyment of real life. Plans curd, 100 "Informal and envelopes their daughter. Mrs. Marvin Og- I No. 102 arrives Starke I'M:
were made to members officers of this Troop to have con- are under way for many camping only $1.79.-Bradford Coun- Joe Griffis, Jr., of Jacksonville I (Dally except Sunday
: from Second Class to First siderable more activity in th,5activities and for Troop partici ty Telegraph. den.The people in this community spent the week-end here with his T. J, GRIFFIN Ae



OF '39 "Education," wrote Aristotle, more than twenty centuries. ago, "is an Or- I CLASS OF '39

A. Z. Adkins, J r. I Martha Emily Wells
nament in and Comfort in
Prosperity --- a Refuge Adversity.
John Morgan Chalker I Hazel WhIteheadJ

ewe tt C. Fogg Ruth Elizabeth McGarity

Vann Futch May the knowledge you have acquired under the direction of a faithful Ernest Dowling


Oliver\ Perry Hutto staff of instructors 1 lead you to a place 1 of honor in the service of our Inman Green

L, 'G. Johns Harold GriffisSidney

James Thomas Kinchen nation --- whatever pathway through life you may follow. Griffis

Robert C Long Eugene M. Long

James Overstreet Sewell Ernest Phillips

J. B. Strickland Charles Priest

Vernon Silcox Andrew Redding

John Arthur Torode Burton Rosier

Cleon Wooten Seniors --- It's a big day for everyone --- the culmination of an earnest Robert Rosier

Ruth Alvarez George Silcox

Mary Elizabeth Edwards effort to place in your possesion the knowledge --- the education soessential Lloyd Wilkerson

Clara Louise I Flume Edward Hartmann

Lorraine Louise I Hartmann to a life of honorable usefulness. Hazel Brown

Marzie B. Howard. Etta Fay Dyal
Mary Ruth Murrhee We as citizens and neighbors are proud J of your class and each of you._ May your 7fi: :: Elaine Edwards
Gladys Garrett
Elizabeth Phillips ... through life be fine wishes for
progress as as our you. Annie Mae Harnage
I Ola Inez Rosier
.. Pauline Jordan
Lorena Rosier
&- --.-.----,,-------------.-.----- -,,--------. -.---,-.- _u_..!. Irene Lewis
I Edith Rowe
Alma Murrhee

I Doshia Smith Juanita McKenzie

I Gladys Edna Starling CLASS FLOWER Rose. Gladys Rahme

Peggy Stanley I I Ella Mae Sapp

Doris Edna Silcox
Bertha Eunice Taylor -

t CLASS COLORS Red Doris StricklandWiller
and White.
Hazel L. Thomas -- -
Mae Thornton
Ethel Louise Warren
Loyree Hartmann

Enza Betty Lou Jo Webb Weaver 00 CLASS MOTTO --- "Not Finished, Just t Beginning". y. Thomas Desta Casey Lewis

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ITFFH Mammy Sez: Snoop 'N PeepEnza I THOSE EXEMPTED pear to the lull of complaint file redeemed according to law, (thi assessed. al any time upon prop-rty,
herein a urn In,HI you on or befori property described therein will bi j III the City of Starke, Florida I
JIh; tvhC[lEFAFPoRTERS Monday the 8th day of May A. II. sold to the highest bidder at the City Council of the City of Starke."
''J.l'rnH My lands dis Is de last week ob Edith, Juanlta and Doshl ON FINAL EXAMS;! 1939.! court house door on the first Monday Florida
had It l 18 further ordered. that thii. In the month of June 1939 bY'V.: M. Edwards Its Chairman
school I really a good time Tuesda order be published In the Urad ford which Is the 6th day of June, 1939\ Attest: f

Dowllnir.T.f Dat Doshla and Juanita don afternoon. I wonder where tbey I Seventh Grade County Telegraph a newspaper. pub Dated this the 8th day of April Carl Johns, City Clerk.
Marian llnhed In the Raid County of Bradford 1939
,I'? /-96t 5-U
nn "'+ .reneUe Hutch- went to de city again. Dey went could have been. I'i Phyllis :Martin Billy Parkei once each week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SHAD A. ;J Thomas.

nna Dorl.i Orew. Saturday and had de mostus fun! That cute little Kathryne is backup j Joe English Bishop Myrlck. Mar week. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfon': '\ {'K OF APPPI.ICATIOV 'I'IOTI
Witness hand and offlcla County, Florida. 4-14 fit 9.110'rlt'E KOH TAX
at dear ole B. H. S. W I Joe Caldwell Roberta Whltflelc
I Dos'e Seniors looked plenty O. seal this 6th, day of April A D). NtTICu! (.. Rill :II.. l m I
Just knew that she couldn't stay | Fay Yarbrough Virginia Sewell. 193*. 13 HEREBY GIVEN '
marched down OF INTK\T10\
K., when dey de -
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. That Katie I
Belllmberley holder
away. Eighth Grade CI'I.tIAL 1. (a"I."I()"
aisle at Baccalaureate Sermon.I Clerk Circuit Court. of a portion of Tax
TIME! Foil .'..N f.'I'''''' OF 11'1'.'"K E.1'1.01UI Certificate No. .
Jimmie Griffls Billy Patrnj John J. Henderson, ESQ. 234. "
VACATION verett: and Vernon weren' ,. August
herI understand dat a certain Jut Solicitor for Plaintiff 4-7 4t 5-1 ) A D. s1929 hr. filedassante
Sara Barefoot Nina Dlshoj hereby. given to all) In my f
N01'I\; la
'en. vacation oeverybod lor girl and a certain Senior girl seen in town Saturday night. They; whom It concern that the tin office and has made application for :
; may
that Glarla Buford Shirley Colley Ida a tax deed
to be
know think that they can cook. Ca must have been near the Jacksonville IN TIIK mirtiiT rot'RT IN AM; demlgned will have prepared. and] aid embrace.ethenfol- \
teachers is very gla airport. Lula Davis Clarice Thomas Kath KOIl \U..OIIU COUNTY. request the passage of Special I Legislation lowing. certificate !
they A. Z.T described property In the
ot ,
dingThis the last Issue leen Wilder. Kl.Oltlltt for the City of Starke. County of
Is startllchOO De Junior Weenler Roast she AU the Seniors are getting sucb) NOTICE TO PKFENDANT "Florida at the regular. session ol Ida, to-wlt Bradford: State of Flor
until school Ninth GradeCarrie ,
ANDERSON Florida Legislature
WILLIAM H ) the 1939 inAct
I page was lots of fun. Dat Ralph and lovely graduation presents. Th Belle Bennett Ida Lee Plaintiff, S Sv providing that the Cl Clerk | MW-4 of SWU Section t Town
8 s. It 22 E,
oemesterm recetv Katryna Buddy and Christine Juniors surely do envy them. ) of the City of Starke, Flor. a, shall or less 40 Acre more
are going to Cone Mae Parker Bertice Sllcox NORA PRITCIIARD ) also be the City Tax Collector the 1 .
The .
boys this Bummer aM Simeon and Margaret, A. Z. and I' That surely is a cute little souvenir Tenth Grade ANDERSON!: ) City Treasurer and the City Tax: erty under theenatd" the said prop
dad I training! Defendant.. ) Assessor, fixing the term of officeof certificate Issu
Margaret was showing
and John Arthur ed!
Juanita and was In the
Fort Screver name of C L. Peek
T C? at Gayle Sewell Carolyn Keen la Th.o.me: of The State! ofFlorid said Clerk at two years beginning -
C, are going on: Everett musta had a good Urn Juanita in the hall Monday. Louise Stern. *. (reeling. with the next general city redeemeieaccordingflc shall be
Others Yours truly would like to wlsl To: NOHA I'lUTOIIARD ANDERSON .1"11011. hold after the passage of to law the
from what I bear
can property described
g\rlpl throughout the sura Eleventh Grade therein will be
whose residence and addreciIs this Art ; and fixing the compenatints sold
to the
the seniors all the luck and happiness highest bidder at the
will of said office
these trips Mammy wonders why da Leland Sponholtz Milo Spon unknown. court house door
I !know In the world in the years to You are hereby required to appealto City Council of the City of Starke! In on the first Mon
) as well as Interest Everett and Vernon went to Jacksonville holtz. the bill of complaint filed herein Florida. the month of May 1! 39.
lucationa come and to the future seniors "'llIdIII the 1st., day of May, 10.19.:
Saturday night. Twelfth Grade against you on or before Monday bv: W M Edwards, its Chairman Dated this
I I wish much success. the 8th day of May A. D. U39. Attest Carl Johns, City Clerk. 6th. day of Thomas.
juniors{ have been In charg Until Next Semester Desta Casey Hazel Brown, Mary; It I I. further. ordered that thin ..21 lit 5-19 Clerk(OFFICIAL of SEAL: ) A. J. I
e the las -The Snooper.GR.1ID order be published In the Bradford Florida Court of Bradford
school page for Your Edwards, Clara Flume Glady County 4-7 4t 4.18lIIO'rICI'I
the County Telegraph a newspaper
and we have done our best Mammy. 81' Garrett Lorraine Hartman Lore< publltthed In said County of Bradford \OririO OF TKVMOV TO APPLY

tb until next semester Here'. Hartmnnn Ruth Murrhee Elli once each wek for four consecutive 'on TIIK NI-KII4I.tll'Y I.Flils1.'rloVFOIL OF MT1IIKK! APPLICATION TAX Hlu'ECDNOTiCEalt < Volt

a happy vacatloithe Lost and FoundLOST The eighth grade home room I Mae Sapp, Lorena Rosier Edit! Witness weeks.my hand and official seat Fl.Ollllt. e Hill Ne>. l a

you seniors. sponsored by Mrs. Bynum Perkins I I Rowe, Doris Sllcox Peggy Stan thin 11th,. day of April A. D 1939.OFFICIAL N4VII4 OK INTKNTIOV I.KC.I1I TO APPLY I'IKI: I IIKRKnY: GIVEN,
Fon al'Rl'144.!
the future SEAL) A J. Thomas, That Mrs. Katie Bell Wlmberley.
-The Editor. has been outstanding in man; ley Hazel Thomas, Louise Warren Clerk( Circuit Court. Foil I'H NI1'1'Y OFNOTICE M'I'UI"'. Tat:
By student body school P1,5I1II)>> C. Issu eduthe lofcAugu.t
ways during the 1938-1939 school Martha Wells. Hazel Whitehead John J. Henderson ESQ., all 91et 7th
I is hereby given to
until August. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 4-7 4t 5-5 >. 1933. has filed same In my of
year. Ella Mae Sapp. whom It may concern that the undersigned rh'.. and hits mad application
feet The Seniors thU The class as a whole maintained --e will have prepared and request a tax deed to b* issued thereon.
LOST-By L Lennon. One NOTICHHy ; the passage of Special legislation Said certificate embrace the fol
-- cent. an average of 98.7 per cent In Marian: "I left my watch up the power vested In them The for the City of Starke Florida lowing described property In

PEGGY STANLEY I I attendance. Five members of the stairs." Board of Public Instruction of at Ih.( regular session of the County of flradfor State of FioreIda
on Sep I Bradford County hereby call an 111.19 Florida I Legislature an' Act to to-wlt:
,,e sunny afternoon LOST-By students. One montl class have a perfect attendant Helen: "Don't worry. It will election In Graham Sub School DlIr *. fix the term of office of the Chiefof I Northeast Quarter of Northeast

r 7, 1922 In Silvan. Georgia record for both semesters. The: I run down." let No. 11 and Starke Hub School Police of said City at two year Quarter. Section 10( )
blue-eyed baby;; vacation. District No. :.1 to he held May 9, beginning with the next general South' Range 22 East ocontlining
onae haired are Edward Brazle Nina Bishop, 19:19: In Rllny M'asrtln's packing shedand City election held after the passageof 40 acres, more or l IHII.
I gladdened the home of Mi Gloria Buford Ida Lulu Davis and :NOTICE OF 'I.'. OK TAX In the City Hall In the townof Mils Act. The assessment of the said prop
She wa FOUND-By Juniors. A good VKIITIPIfATliM: Starke to determine whether or City Council of the City of Starke erty under the said certificate Issued .
Illrs, W. G Stanley. time Friday night-at the weln Jimmie Griff. Patsy Keen was Notice Is hereby given that T. S. not dlHtrlct No. 11 shall consolidate Florida was III the name of ICstelle Old-
lovely child and they namer absent half of one day during Fowler hug filed with me written. with Starke District No. 8 to elect by, W. M Edwards Its Chairman ham.I'nlnsH.
ry lived er roast.LOSTBy. one request that the tax certificate together three trustee and determine the AttestCarl. t said certificate
shall be
Peggy Rebecca. She the school year. The class hat with all Kubm-queiit omitted amount of mlllage to be "...........daltaln..t John. Plly Clerk. redeemed according to law, theproperty
she learned to wall or levied taxes held by the tate said. consolidated district 4-21 5t 5-19
until attendance be
decide) Enza. Several after ninety days of perfect I be adv..rtlHPI and Mold to the high for the ensuing two year The old: to the I I.tthbl''JZrItll;; the
talk and her parents the The total num- Pet bidder for each as provided byChal'l..r election. will be:
noons of school during year. managers for said :II01'U'I'1 UI" IXTF.\TI TO APPLY court house door on the first Mon-
ove to the Sunny little tow] I ber of absences was only fifty 18290 of the 1937 acts ot OKA HAM POI ,,"'..:('IA I. I.Kfllll.vriO'VK : dRY In the month of June, 1911),
the rollowlngd..Hl'rlb..d
the Legislature upon .1. A J. McKinney IU fill! IfY OF HTAIIKM. which I* the 6th., day of June,
pystone FOUND-By John Arthur a new nine and total number of tardlei real Petals In the fount)" Frank Abernathy 9'I.55R1111.>>
three sisters and one of Bradford State of Florida to- If H. Wasdln given to all 1939.Dated thi 12th
ggy has! twenty-two. This class really! NuTU'10 I I. hereby day of April
to walk down aisle Rae wit
way at : John Surr..n..yHTAHK..1 whom It concern that the undersigned 1939! ,
her, Peggy was a calaureate Sermon. liked to come to school and be or SEU of NWH Sec 24 Tp. 7 S. H may will have prepared. and request (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,
irl and entered school at the< time. 20 K, 40 Ac-re L. D, Oreen the passage of Special, Leglalittlon Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
to Brad The taxes to be Hold are evidenced ('. J. Powell for the City of Starke, Florida County Florida. 4-14 6t 5-12
of five. She came In scholarship the class ranks! hv certificate NOR. 103 and 241 H K Spark at the regular session, of the _

high as a junior and wll Jokes unusually high. Five members ot; of 1930 and 1933 respectively andr..l.re..nt .... A. Scott 1949 Florida Legislature, an Act IN, mri'ir' ('Ol'n'r' IN ANI) Foil
unpaid IBXPH for the yean Board of Public Instruction Bradford approving confirming and validating iitii>Foiii) (otivrv .....o.un.Ntl1'WI'1 .\.
h this year the class maintained an average I 1929 to 1939, both lliclunlve, amountIn County Florida.By all compromises
his charming: girl has reached< Teacher: "Johnnie what did I of B better for both semesters K to $111 30. A J. Urlfflu, County Superintendent and special asHeMsment loins W L. HAMPlaintiff _
or I I ALSO: E',(, of Lot 45 & W4! of G2! 4.14 4t 8.8N0'FIC81
and and Secretary for local I r o v e ir. e n t s
of five feet two have for breakfast?
height you They were: Billy Patray, Nine ,''In Woodlawn See. 15 Tp 58, It. 2iE rebates. refund, discounts waivers. V"

ha about 103 pounds. She Is Johnnie: "I et six eggs." Bishop Gloria Buford Ida Luis ,The, 10 taxeii Acres.to be Hold are evidenced OF API'l.iC4TIOV FOI and adjustment uf taxes on realand IltTTIl'HAM

all her teachers and Teacher: "Why Johnnie! You TAX IERHScents ; ; personal property assessments, liofendantIn
d Four !
by Davis and Clarice Thomas. by certificate MOM. 137 and 61 Including Interest, costs and penalties The Name of lice Sate at florid -
mates. We wish her much should have said 'ate'. other members of the class nol of 1927 and 1933 respectively anilrepreiient < IS Hill HEREBY No. 1"-.1)NOTICH GIVEN thereon, levied and assessed upon Ureellmti

ess and happiness in her fu Johnnie: "Well maybe it wai exempted the first semester but year 1926 unpaid to 1H39. taxes both Inclusive for the That W. M Klrhy holder Issued of 2-3 the of; Florida property heretofore In the City effected of Starke! made, TO I.11: 504 ItUTII Public HAM.Service whole Building residence ,

life eight I et." maintaining an average of B. 01 I amounting to 8206. Tax: Certificate No. IUb. 1929. has and allowed by the City Councilof AshrVllle, N. C.
AUlD: Lot M and H"j of 46 & KM 6th day of August,
I : You
the. City of Starke! Florida ndli) are hereby required to appear -
-- above for the last semester were:: of Lot 52 In Woodlawn Bee 15 Tp I filed same In my office and has or by the officer Ott the said CityIn to the bill of complaint filed

BERTHA TAYLOR Mr. Beck: "And then a man In Sara Barefoot Shirley Colley 5 S R. 22 E., 20 Acre. made application. for. a tax deed to the collection of said. taxes, assSHSsnients herein against you nlor before
The taxes to be Hold are evident be Issued thereon.Said
wtey. Florida was awakened vented something to enable us to Kathleen Wilder and Jimmie Grit ed by certificate Nos 272 and en! I certificate embrace the following the lein;j .And authorising and special and assessment empowering Monday It Is further June 5th ordered ISIS. that this.
September 29 1921 by the< fly through the air. What was fla. of 1930 and 1933 respectively and, of described Bradford property Stat. of FlorIda the said City Council from order be published In the Bradford

i of a little girl who was late: It?" record Is represent! unpaid taxes for the County. to-wlt time to time by resolution, motionor County Telegraph a newspaper
class :
In deportment the I year 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive oitllnance( to compromise abate published In said Bradford County
ed Bertha Eunice Taylor Doris C.: "Dynamite." distinctive. Of the twenty-sever ,I amounting to "44.47. West Half of Southeast Section Quarterof 14.Town.hlp rebate discount I compound Florida, once each week for four
ALSO: All S'4 of SWVi: R of Hv.. Northwest Quarter : 'a j r"n: settle and alb.I consecutive week
ha has never lost her bab: members in the class all have satIsfactory I 34 Acres, Sec: 10 Tp. 8 8. It. 12 E.. 6 South Range 22 East: taxes waive on real and personal any property WITNESS' my hand and official
s and blue eyes. She finished Boss: "Didn't you get my letter citizenship grades. Nc 84 Acres containing assessment 20 acres of more the said or properly assessment. and special assessment. seal thi 12th day of April 1KIU

or high school in the little saying that you were fired?" member has been reported by a I The by taxes certificate In be Hold NOB. are 272 evidenced anc!- under the said certificate Issued leln for any local and Impiovement all Interest, ,cost Including Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) A J. Thom,

a where she was born. Bertha Robert: "Yes but on the envelope subject teacher for misconduct Ir 311 of represent. 1931 und unpaid 1935 taxes respectivelyand for thi, I Unless wa In said the name certificate of C L.shall Peek he and penalties then-mi, levied andlor .*

to us as a sophomore am it said: 'Return in five days'." the school room nor has the I yearn 11(30 to 1419! both Inclusive

complete school Friday night "It's Just too bad that some of' homeroom teacher sent any mem amounting to S51.34 I -
.ALHO W' of HBV I: & WIA 01SEVi
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!ertha Is a very lovable girl us can't be as perfect as some of; ber to the principal's office for of Sf;',.I Sea 20 Tp 68. A. 22! ,

i a sunny disposition am our teachers expect us to be." correction. A perfect conduct record I E., 100 Acre
The taxes to IIP sold are evidenced I
dly smile Bertha says she's for a class of this size is re by certificate No. 356 of 1932 II s :rFt

undecided about her future ever since. His markable. and represent unpaid taxes for the II ac'
its surroundings
I year 1931 to 1'tlt: both Inclusive I
\\\8 bet a black curly haired folks named him Robert Lincoln Everyone in the class paid library amounting to( $11452. ,

knows more than we do. Well personal dues and was glad of th< ALSO: toIE',. of NE 14 Sec. 10 Tp, ', I
She has many pleasing I Ii
S. H 22 n. 40 \'rea.
i I
1 luck Bertha from the senior of his outstanding hobbles is going opportunity to contribute to this The taxes to )h<. Hold are evident. I

s and may all your dreams 01Ue Sunday, needed project. Class dues ed by certificate No. 628 of 1992
to Hawthorne every very and represent unpaid taxes for the
green and white cottage but you will have to ask him whj were also paid on time and a historical year 1931 to lO.l'.i:!! both Inclusive Out-Accelerates.. OutClimbs

e true Another tour to St. Augustine was amounting to HO.'irt; i
he goes there so often. ALSO: HW 4 of HW<4 of RI::'., Kx '
hobby is teasing. He prefers: financed by the class. E 2 A & N 2A of K'4' of NE'/401 .
RUTH McGARITYn Lulu Davis an outstanding IoIW'. of 8W., si 22 Tp. 6 H. H.
Ice-cold water

i beautiful Sunday morning melons.teasing to eating pupil won second county prize or 22 The E.. taxes 10 Acres.to l I'"> Hold are evident and OUTSELLS the Field !>,

uly! 18 1922 the home of Mr the essay "What Sugar Production ed by certificate< No. 387 of 1932
Mrs W Robert is very bashful and Isn'tvery and represent unpaid taxes for I he,
C. Florida. During
McGarity was to '
talkative_ times. Means year 1931 to IIM'i: both Inclusive<
!e happy by the arrival of a month of school she avera.gedA I amounting to I'll: .36.ALSO c

ty little blue After Robert finishes school h one : :: Ely of Ulk 30 A* extended ....____ .. .....__ .. 4 _
eyed girl whon school subjects. "" .
to for Governor. on all four on Kney: May Ex. S 105 ft Orlglna ',a' at -q 'v 3 3gombtnsa
later named Ruth. plans run Nina Bishop another outstand Town of Htarke. NK'/4: of SWU\ Sec No otbsf car \. r
Here's wishing you much success 28 Tp. 8 8. It2 E. aR
uih the"f
loves all subjects -
to horse-back A on all ,
go ridand Governor of ing pupil averaged The taxes to he Hold are evidenced -
she also loves to take part in becoming for two months of the school by certificate No. 417 and Sit( moVS ,. tu'"
ill!I water Florida Robert. of 1932 and 1934 respectively, find
sports. year. represent unpaid taxes for the "CUUM aaM11fl.
lie has a very pleasing person -BROWN JImmie Griffls, an outstandingboy year. 1931 to 1919 both inclusive ,. XCLU.IV'.... ,

f and has made friendse HAZEL the class, ranked high IE amounting $54.21. auo.lnesr 1.uNO .
many of Hampton was in ALSO: K'-i of NE'4 of NKVi SectS So FOpsuSr
little town
she has been with us. ;The literary subjects during the field Tp. 68. R 21 E., 10 Acre. srlI.tw war. ,
:* made bright one morning on May The tax to, he Hold are evidenced Ki1w
r aim in life Is to become a contest. 106 and 274 Ilare- d= x
of day by certificate Non 15555511
arrival a pretty erw
7 1921 the
, movie actress in Farts by Each member of the class has of 1930 and 1913! respectively and a.. cawVuvioarrirAb
ice little gray eyed brown haired In the openIng represent unpaid taxes. for tile ,-
active part ::
taken an :year 1929 to 1439 both Inclusive "- /
girl Hazel. exercises during the homeroom amounting to 147.41. .

, MARY EDWARDS Hazel Is very studious and The following ALSO: Blks 25. 26, T.. T. &: Co's .. ,..ncn o IKD6AU'K
pis i beautiful grades on all of her period. Sub-Dlv., of NK>.4 of NE'/\ Sec 2Tp -" ....
young lady was makes good pledge of good citizenship was developed 6 S. R. 21 K. McLOYallowS.

* In Lawtey Florida August subjects. I the class and used in The taxes to be sold are evidenced NEW vaeastuLr.V. .
by 350 and 1147of
by certificate
1922 future work
She has brown eyes Hazel plans as connection with the dally Bible 1931 and 1933 respectively ..ndrepre.ent /..ON, a.Mis.wrtr .
blond hair. to become a great writer of salute. unpaid taxes for the ,
Myaovm ,
readings and flag = .
130 to Iff: both Inclusive
year alilt.
la -
ary very studious In her America. .OCX"OOf p
amounting to 5799. .. ..
"W work and she usually "A Pledge of Good Cltlunshlp"ThrOughout ALHOAll Blk 8 I* T. &: Ca't Sub- ( .. t"-...,. .. .d,
Div of NEVi of NEW Sec. 28 Tp. 6 lye. o.
see A's on everything. RUTH ALVAREZ this year I pledge: S. R. 22 E. m/y,

Tan likes to do many things,, Ruth who was born June 14. 'Reverence to God, v The tax to be. cold 1 are evidenced e. y1M/R T0.
No 490 and 1137
Instance She enjoys house- 1921 has a very pleasing personality Patriotism to my country of 1931 by certificate and 1913 respectively.* and .. ,,twt.Ire. 81"- Chevrolet la the faateet *wllin car In the) nation

':ea and plenty of good things and she has made many Allegiance to its flag represent unpaid taxes for the z today, eoleljr and simply bec v>.. It'* the blggeetLAt1OM.

ate friends since she has been comingto Obedience to my parents amounting year 1930 to to 14466.1934. both inclusive 10. ro DIf. vlrth / value!

has a very pleasing school here. Loyalty to my school ALSO: Lots 2, 3. 4, C, 6, 1, t, 9, : Take performance. Chevrolet it tMtttl Beauty
person- :
/and made her teachers 10, 12, 13. 14 of nik 34 Peek Addition II. IUu501NCt'a: c11mb..nd out-perform*
up uuhrcate. out
is )
liked Ruth hasn't quite to any It out- ,
by all those who to Starke, In NW'4 of NW'i wv;: ;'t ber
'* her mind what she will do in the future Politeness to my schoolmates, N of 9th., Ht, S..o. 28 Tp. 6 8. Q. / all other low-priced care-bar none)

Wr he finishes school, she but whatever she does we And diligence toward my work. 22 E.The. taxes to be sold are evidenced IL w=(o-e&I8"taAM8-... Take tytlntu CJtrrroIrt it belt! IWcaiMM It

.I: to enter a business school in know that she will have success. of the class were: by certificate No*. 251 and 12K airrcr al'xie of all low-priced car bring you the en-
heonville\ to The officers of 1917 and 1933 respectively ..ndrepre..nt 114 Itroa.Manc .OX- viable beauty and atyle leadership of Body by
prepare herself President; tAxes for the
unpaid LCLV91Yt
Joe Andrews. ...
McKENZIE 14 ". Fisher'
stenographic work. JUANITA Vice-President; Clarice rear 1928 to 1019 both Inclusive .ts." c.
'eat Buford to $32 of. feature Chevrolet It belt Becauav lee
wishes October 13 1921 this pretty amounting AN"a' /7e l r1 T.k.
for the future, On and Comas Secretary; Richard Jack- ALSO: Lot 1 Davis Broil. & Truby .......... low-priced car combining the outatandInft -
'y little girl was born to Mr. lub-DIV. Sec 2 Tp 7 8. R 22 J::. 10tcrea. u. DUCO .. the only
Fla.Juanita's on, Treasurer. pt/olaeul .. s..w quality feature) of hlfth-prlced e.,,., whilemoney
Mrs. :McKenzle In Ft. Pierce service by 1e. ...v ;,s
did good to be sold are evldencid ":
Clarice The on purchase price operation51..1Leo"
BURTON ROSIER hobbies are swimmingand class records In perfect by certificate No*. 404 and 118* uU .., ,L .rint you

JM a beautiful Sunday afternoons. keeping the >f 1931 and 19.13 respectively, and ..., : Tb.OfIjrlerr-irked and upkeeplno
little boy was riding on and Richard gained for the 1 I
R In order represent unpaid taxes ue See It drive I I t. tottayl
La.'tey on Nov. 15' 1915. She has many pleasing persona- practical knowledge by ,rear* 1930 to 193* both Inclusive Car Combining
I much
b e Pafents i W rflna"y decided to Hy traits and has made been many here.Here's opening a bank account for the mounting tax to $30.91.Haiti certificate. together and .., reI of -- "AU THAT'S BEST AT LOWEST COST I

James Burton. friends since she has with all subsequent omitted or 4
Burton, much success lass.: levied taxes will be sold to the 5S.... ....--
as wishing you event of
we aU know him Perhaps the happiest ilghest bidder at ttie Court house

Ikll14ny s.a hobbles and very few la the future Juanita. was a fruit and candy door In Starke on tae SRth.. day of1pr11.
he M.
One year 1939 at 11:00 o'clock A.
bbies of hu outstanding '' shower given by the class to a Dated this the 8th., day of April

I. fi blng. Since he baa WILLER MAE THORNTON 'I child whom they knew L. D 1939.OFFICIAL. Shipped to Florida -
crippled Chevrolets Are
7 few+ lady comes SEAL A. :J. ThomasJerk All
dislikes. I Thl charming young hearts of each BradrordCount
0.Pgrto. won't mention s and loved. In the of Circuit Court of
from Starke the strawberry city. was Instilled the wordsf ,., Florida.. 4-14 ft 4-21

fool oat sayS when he finishes On a Sunday morning which 18 1919.happened ot> the them Master "As often as ye dot ,. f.-.1 TIIR CIRCUIT rOl'HT IV AND NOT DRIVEN So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW"

. he would like to be- to be November the least of these my FOIL BHAIIPOHU COCNTT

e a President of some great was the first time that WIDer Mae unto, ye do it unto me"May I.I.cblldren. NOTICE FLORIDA TO DEFENDANT

hr eyes to such a rest ROLCHOZ BROWN.)
had ever opened God's richest blessings :JESSIE

''sod lUck to wonderful world. of this claw' plaintiff. )
you Burton each member ." ) CHEVROLET CO.
She has brown hair and brown and upon aU other pupils of this schooli I MAYO C. BROWN )) TORODE

ROBERT her a very Defendant
This I ROSIER eyes which make I the prayer of the teacher who f. The Name' .f Tke $4.4..6

hea handsome man charming: little lady. her has loved them and served them FUrlda.MAYO ClreetlsigiTos C. BROWN. whose I STARKE FLA.
H begin
0111 to
be Lawtey. be- Wilier Mae plans as and other pupils In this school eeldence and address Is unknown. ,

OCtober acquainted With this world work at Gem Cafe as soon Ifteen years. You are hereby required to ap-

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Reception Honoring Mrs. Duncan InstalledAs i McLendon HonoredAt Methodist W. M. S. To Meet noon at 3:30: o'rlm ':trtle'--.!ti

Rev. and Mrs. A. E. LightfootThe Club President Informal Party Circles of the Woman's MIssionary her One will meet "I:
Rev. and Mrs. A E. Light- The regular meeting of the Mrs. H. B. McLendon, of Orlando Society of the Methodist Matthews. Cirri, lllI1btr

O / l! foot were honored Friday night of Woman's Club was held Wednesday who had returned to her church will meet Monday after will meet with M. HUl,

afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In home after visiting her parents ____
beautiful ,
last! week with a reception ,-
the club auditorium with the Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, was
----- -- --- at the pastorlum, given by president, Mrs. L. A. Canova, ii the honored guest Saturday morn- FOR FREE ROAD SERVICE PHONE: 147

Exercises the Woman's Missionary Society,, the chair. Mra. T. T. Long read Ing when Mrs. Eugene L. Mat- We Are Completely Equipped To Handle 'The
Memorial Day Job
Tickets On Sale the deacons, and the trustees oi : the mInutes' of the last business thews entertained at an Informal On The Road or At Your Home

For May Breakfast Sunday Afternoon the Baptist Church. The pas- I and service meeting and Miss I Coca-Cola party.

Tickets for the Woman's Club Memorial Day win be observed tortum was a bower of spring Mina Managua gave the treasur- Spring flowers were used in WASHING POLISHING WAXING A\n

:May Breakfast, to be given Mon here next: Sunday afternoon at flowers, stately Blaster IDles er's. report.' decorating the hostess' home for BATTERY SERVICE OUR SPEC I u.Ty
o'clock la,the four o'clock, at Crosby Cemetery. Mra. K.. G. Duncan and Mrs this occasion.
day, May 1, at ten sale i Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, chapter his adding to the charm, of the deco. Canova' were elected delegates to Upon arrival the guests were "The Home of Good Service"CONWAY'S

club auditorium are now on torian. in in charge of the, program rations, which were tastefully arranged attend the Bradford-Union Federation served Coca-Colas, open faced
at Carpenter's Drug Store. All and the address will be delivered In floor baskets bowls and to be held in Lake Butler: sandwiches, and assorted cookies SERVICE STATION"FOR

members wishing to attend may by Judge E. K. Ferryman. vases. Monday. May 8 at 3:00: o'clock by Miss 'Madge MIddleton, Mrs.
make reservations with James The music will be directed by Mrs. Biggs and Mrs. E. L. Mat' Junius Smith, and the hostess. SUDDEN SERVICE"
at the door
the guests
at Carpenter's by Greeting
Hollingsworth John II. Powell. thews were elected alternates.The .
afternoon at three o'clock. were Mrs. IL L. Brownee) and i Those present with Mrs. Mc .
Friday Tickets also be bought from Daughters of the Confederacyare Mrs. J. M. Brownlee; and the receiving motion was made by Mra Lendon and Mrs. Matthews were: _
may requested to bring at least six: T. T. the March meetingto
Mrs. T. T. Long, Mra. J. Wl Kin- line was composed of Mrs Long at Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. C. A For Speed and Comfort Ride Florida Motor
of flowers, securely of : Line
small 2 the
bouquets Art. H, Sec.
change Mrs. BIIJ
the A. Z. Adkins,
caid, Mrs. N IX: Wainwright, Jr., A. M. Darby, president of Knight. Mrs.
tied, to place on veterans Women's the by-laws to read "The Past Executive -, L. Beasley, Miss Madge MId
or Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews. Invited Missionary Society;; O. BUS STATION CAFEFree
The Is cordially
graves. public Rev. and Mrs. Lightfoot, honor Board members shall inset dleton, Mrs. K G. Duncan Mrs.
The May Pole Dance, under and all flowers sent to the
with the Board at Its first
chairman new Junius Smith, Mrs. J. E. Wilson,
J. F. Klckllter
guests; Pick-Up and Delivery
of Mrs R. J. Davis, Service
the direction
will be appreciated by of
cemetery meeting, for the giv-
of deacons; L. G. Powell, chair- Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. R. F.
promises to be the highlight of the the committee in charge. ,
ing Information, etc- and to
man of trustees; and Hugh Walt Demurest Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs.
morning. A big crowd is expected The annual observance of Memorial
ers, ministerial student., Mrs. H. change the last sentence of Art. M. F. Drown, :Mrs.! C. W. Chalker,
to attend the breakfast. Day is sponsored by the W. IV, Sec. 1 to read "The installs t lor -
L. Hough assisted in introducingand and Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the -:=::::: -
T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters of officers occur at the April
the Farm.
W .C. T. U. Will Meet entertaining many guests State.
of the Confederacy. Mrs. J. L. Lord was in charge of Meeting," ,was voted on and carried .
The W. C. T. U., will meet with and ,the following officers U.
Club a birthday book. In which the I The W. T. Weeks Chapter
Mrs. Emma Murphy Friday (to The Officers of the local guests found the month and day i were installed: Mrs. J{. G. Dun D. C., will meet Wednesday after- Qaality Service

day) at three p. m. A special Woodman Circle will meet Tuesday of their birth, and wrote theft I can. president; Mrs. E. L. Mat noon, May 3, at 3:30 o'clock, at
meeting Is planned and all members night at 8 o'clock at the homeof thews, third vice-president; Mra. E. S.
name on the opposite page. Y. W. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
are urged to attend. Mrs. W. L. Andrews. A. girls escorted the guests over M. F. Brown, recording secretary;; Matthews. Hostesses: Mrs. Mat The Bradford Hardware Company believes in stocldn,

the pastorlum so that they could and Miss Mina Manassa, treasurer. thews, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and items that will answer your wants in all lines that t this
The remaining officers will be installed -
inspect the newly decorated interior Miss Madge Middleton.
See Our New community will afford such as
Wing's of the pastor's home. at a later meeting. -

I Mrs.Canova, outgoing president, CHURCH OF CHRIST
Mrs. L. G. Powell was In chargeof
Spring Ensembles The Shirt with the 12Months True Temper Hoes and Rakes j,
the program, which was open-' installed the new officers In avery Regular services of the Churchof .
Unconditional and in held the Masonic Kelly Axes and Weed Cutters
ed by Mrs. L. A. Canova playinga impressive ceremony Christ will be in
Blues, Greens, Tans Guarantee piano selection. Little Missee a few well-chosen words presented Hall on Call Street Sunday, Black Diamond Files
. the gavel to the new president,, Brother Marvin Boone of Lake
Brownlee and Joan Dink-
$2.25 to $2.95 Whites, Blues, Fancies ins Madge sang as a duet "Whistle While who took the chair and presidedover City is expected to be present and Nesco Galvanized HustProor"Duckets and Tubs

You Work," and were followed by I the remainder of the meeting. will have charge of morning and Brinley PlowsInternational

$1.65 Geraldine Silcox giving a reading,, In accepting the gavel Mrs. Dun evening services. The public is Harvester Line of Implements "*

"Do the best that you can." Miss: can gave an Inspiring talk in invited. Remington Ammunition and Guns
which she told of the honor and .
Straws Straws Grace Dew gave two violin numbers '
Remington Pocket Knives and Butcher
and "The privilege she felt it was to be Kni 'es
SPORT SHIRTS $1.00 up Flower Song," accompanied at'' made president of the club and 0 Columbian Pure Manilla Marine Rope
S. P. Vandlviere. expressed her desire for a successful Hardware and Tools
POLO SHIRTS 39c up the piano by Mra Stanley

YOUR FIT Little Miss Nancy Lightfootgave club year. Disston Tools and Saws
DRESS SHIRTS 79c up a reading, "Animal Crack; After the meeting adjourned PAY MONTHLY
YOUR PRICE era" Mrs. Canova honored Mrs. Duncan Aladdin Lamps and Repairs

WORK SHIRTS 50c up of with a delightful social hour, at Davis Paints and Enamels
A male quartette composed I 'BU MENT PLAN
which time tempting refreshmentsof Ili-Grade Electric Lamps
L. G. Powell, L. A. Shepherd, T. I
K. McClane and John H. Powell ice cream and cookies were

Summer Pants SEE OURSpring sang "The Church In the Wild- served. I All of the above items are of the highest quality aid

wood" and "She Sleeps, My Lady Mrs. Canova was assisted innerving OOV RtIA are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction by l the

89c to $3.75 Suits Sleeps." Mrs. L. G. Powell dedi- by little Misses Madge ORTOOf makers.
cated her reading, "Home" by Brownlee, Peggy Ann Wiggins

$7.50 Edgar Guest, to Mrs. W. J. Ep and Nancy Lightfoot. _?
Slacks or Regulars upi person who Is in California -. .

visiting her daughter; Mrs. Powell Homemakers ClassIs

also read "The Bluebird." The EntertainedMrs.

lovely program was closed by L. J. H. Lord and Mra. P. M. BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.J.
G. and J. H. Powell singing as a Also .
Barefoot, group captains for the
duet, "When You pad I were
quarter, entertained on Thursday
Signs and Sho-Cards
Young, Maggie. I I night of last, week, at the homeof B. CARLISLE Owner

In the dining room the long I the latter, for Homemakers R. C. Buford Paint ,

"The Dependable Store" 'Est. 1894Anniversary table was covered with a lace Class of the Baptist Sunday I
cloth and centered by a large School. Store

punch bowl, tieing balanced on
flowers' the --
,,Spring brightened
each sideby 'a smaller punch
rooms, and the dining table wa
bowl-; and this table was artistically
covered with a handmade lace
decorated with ferns and red
cloth, centered with an artistic
Radiance roses. Golden1 fruit arrangement of flowers. FREE DELIVERY
punch and delicious ice box cook-
ies were served by Mrs. C. A. The president, Mrs. W. J. Ep S. R. Johns

ONE YEAR OLD MONDAY MAY 1 Knight, Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere, person who Is visiting in California PHONE
Mrs. J. C. Garner and Mrs. Ralph was greatly missed, and as

The public is cordially invited to attend the celebrationof several other officers were absent,
Cox.A the business meeting was postponed -
our first successful!' year in business large number of members of
and a social evening was en-
THE MOST THRILLING BUYS YOU'VE the Baptist church and invited joyed. 45NEAR
guests attended this beautiful reception & Sons
honoring the new minister I Miss Sara Barefoot and Miss

You'll be delighted to see the many bargains we haveto and his wife. Geraldine Silcox sang a pleasing DEPOT
offer duet, and Mrs. Lord read a short THE S A.'L.
story entitled -"Holy Bread." A VASil PRICES ONL1'
Dresses as much as 21.75 ___ $10.00 bits Burton HonoredAt word contest "Affinities," was

Dresses as much as $14.75 $8.75 Party Wednesday very amusing, and. the prize was

Other Dresses reduced accordingly, many of ,which are :Mra. C. E. Burton of Rome, Ga., won by Mrs. H. L. Hough.

marked at below cost-Many Gift Items reduced to half who prior to her marriage in Feb The hostesses served strawberry FLO UR GUARANTEED

price. ruary was Miss Roan Mae Roweof shortcake and coffee. 53c,

this,city, was the honored guest 24 LBS.
$1.49 Children's Dresses, Sheers and Playsuits at $1.00 Wednesday when Mrs. Sam Anderson Mr. and Mrs. R. F Demorest

Group $1.19 Shorts ____________________ 89c entertained in her home on Hosts At Barbecue SupperMr. -

Sunsuits 79c and $1.00 a sell out at ____ 69c Church Street at a lovely lunch- end biro R. F. Demorest 10 Lbs. PILLSBURY
eon party.
Costume Jewelry, $1.00 values at ____..- 89c were hosts last Friday night when 20c 70c
Smocks HousecoatsSALE Quantities of Spring flowers they entertained 'at' a barbecue GRITS FLOUR, 24 Lbs.
with Easter lilies predominating, supper at the summer home of

attractively arranged in bowls, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on
baskets and vases were placed to -ECingsley Lake. 10 Lbs. QuartMEAL
In the living and dining 17c 22c
Be the first to take advantage of our cut prices advantage rooms. At seven o'clock supper waa ; SALAD DRESSING
served buffet style from a long
A tone o'clock luncheon was Banquet table placed on the screen
Graduation served from the perfectly appointed porch. Centering the table wasa Our Special Country RollBUTTER

dining table. The table was low bowl holding an artistic COFFEE Lb. 15c 27c

Flowers covered with a handsome linen arrangement of vart-colored flowers Lb. _
luncheon cloth and centered with ,

a bowl of Easter lilies and lark- Guests were' seated at small 5 Lbs. 4 Lbs.

Arranged To spur. tables: in the living room, and after 17e
Order During the afternoon the guests supper Chinese Checkers, con RICEFANCY BANANAS' _
made a red and white luncheonset tests, and bingo were enjoyed.

'. (:? 0, and presented It to \the honoree'' Those receiving prizes in the bingo JELL-0

; '; as a memento of the occasion. games were Mra. M. F. Brown, 25c 5c
1 9y y
Those present to enjoy the party Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. W. B. FRYERS, Lb. PACKAGE

''a 6 Jal with Mrs. Burton and Mrs. Ander. Sewell, C. H. Nasworthy, -T. T. _

1 .. 1 Y q ,,Q r 'I son were: Misses Ruth and Edith Long, and E. L. Matthews: 2 Lbs. Strip Breakfast

,. t t a Rowe, Miss Ruth Sternberg, Mrs. Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. 25c 20c
J. F. Howell! of OUuBtee. Mra. bemoreafs hospitality were: Mr. OLEOSMALL BACON
Vernon Rowe and Mra. R. T. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Judge and
i Baker of Jacksonville. Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Williams Mr. and 'Mrs. T. BEST

.,t. 6r 'I' Baptist Circle: To Meet T.bit Long and, Mr.biro and K.Mrs.: G. Duncan H. C. Rltch, Mr., HENS 18 C LARD, Lb. 9 C

The circles of the Woman's -
and Mra. J. E. Wilson, Mr. and
4 Missionary Society of the Baptist Urs.. W. B. Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. 3 Staley'sSTARCH 10 LBS SWEET
Church will meet
Monday M. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. lOe 12c
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. The
,... fasworthy, Mrs. W. E. Torode, POTATOES
place of meeting for Circle No. 1, _
bit and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, and
Mrs. L. G. Powell leader, will be
Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando. 2 LBS 2
For graduation floral re- anounced from the pulpit Sunday LBS.
... 20
quirements let Clar-Jean Shoppe morning. Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. APPLE JELLY C PEANUT BUTTER 2Qc
Brownlee leader, will meet with
arrange the corsage. Our deft Mrs. J. H. Hundley at the State
combining of lovely blooms in Farm. Circle No. 3, Mrs. H. L. WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE TUXEDO & LARRO FEEDS

result. We Hough, leader, will meet with
sures a charming INSURANCEPLEASE
Mrs. P. E. Canova, Sr., and Mrs.
also suggest lovely cut flowersas R. O. Kldd at their home on Wal F CLEAN CS f fE

offered a gift here-Reasonably to young lady graduates.priced. A wide selection is nut Street.Forsythe. PHONE 146 WHITE CORN 1 .35 MEAL 1 .50 E EE


Vasco Forsythe of Starke and E
Marie Taylor of Hampton were Agency GOOD PEANUT
married In Lake Butler' Tuesday SCRATCH 1 80' 1.45rd.J
Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years
VIIONE97 Oil 31 night, April 18, by County Judge MEAL

: :J. R. Townsend .-

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,-- Little Miss Betty Jo Durden of I Mrs.;: F. W. Varnedoe: has returned i- Mr. and Mrs. W. L.: Joiner returned -; Miss Lois Adkins who has spent r and children t Starke Mrs

Savannah. Ga., is the guest of her to her home in Palatka after Tuesday to their home in 'the past! several months in Laura Finley of Bclhel. Mrs Win-

grandparents :Mr. and Mrs. A. A.I I spending a few days here with Dublin. Ga, after enjoying a ten tain, N. C., as a member Foun-I'nle Tillis bf Gainesville, and D O.Woodward .

Bits of Durden. her parents, Mr. and :'Irs.V.. P. day's visit here with their son-in- faculty of grammar school returned and little son, David,
Smith. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. to her home today to of Bethel visited relatives In Plant

I Miss Monteen Parramore of L. D. Vining. spend<< the summer with her parents .City Wednesday-nnd Thursday

Jacksonville was the guest Sun- Mrs. Vonda Inman. Mrs. Ella Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins: Illrfiulay Party

Locftl t4ew I day of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mtd- Sassee and Mrs Mae Green have Mrs. E. T. King of Jacksonvilleand R. L. Lee wan given a birthday
dleton. returned to their respective homes Elbert Edwards of Fernan- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and slaughter party at his home Monday night,

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND 'I here after spending few days In dina are visiting at the home of Sara, and Judy Green spent and a large number of friends and
CONCERNING Mrs. C. P. Sasser and Miss Clara Tampa. Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss Saturday in Lake City visiting relatives gathered to celebrate the
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mae Sasser of Valdosta, Ga., were Elaine Edwards this weekend.The Mrs. Tlllle Darby. They were accompanied occasion with him. Several games
guests Sunday of Mrs. Bertha Miss Martha Brownlee and Miss home by Mrs. S. A. wen played out-of-doors and
.1 Pearce. Dorothy Coburn of Jacksonville Barefoot who is upending several singing was enjoyed to guitar
were guests Friday of Mrs. S. E. Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Wllk days here with her son and(I music by Nelson Griffls.! Refreshments -
Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs J. M. erson, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
of Ice cream and cake were
of Jacksonville wasbusiness The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- Mrs. George Inman and small I Wilkerson of Palatka were guests
Brownlee. Barefoot.
A. H. inson spent Tuesday afternoon In daughter. Jeanette, served late In the evening.
visitor here Tuesday. were guests Sunday of Mrs. E. M. Thomas I
Gainesville.Mrs. Sunday of Mrs. Bynum Perkins in
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson.
r Lawtey.Mr. The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Llgh- Among those attending the Lit
Darby of Lake City waa foot and daughter, Nancy, and tle International Livestock Show
Herbert Sunday afternoon. II. L. Hough and Merrll Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lightfoot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgilon, and Rodeo in Gainesville Saturday -
here and Mrs.- G. B. Middleton
visitor McMillan were visitors to Valdosta spent Thursday afternoon in St. and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon were Mr. and Mrs. H A.
of Atkinson
-D Doyle ot Jacksonville last Friday. were guests Augustine. I and family of Jacksonville were Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J Thursday of Dr. and :Mrs. W. E.
YI'S. her mother, Mrs. Fay Mlddleton. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams Mr. and Mrs. T 1<. e
ytaltlng Mrs. L. A. Davis Is attendingthe I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and I J. J. Rlgdon and Miss Eva Rig- McCIane. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. J

11. ______ U. D. C., Convention in San- I sons, Billy and Martin of Lake don. Thomas and family, and Mr andMrs.
The Rev. C. B. Price of
Johns spent the week- ford this week. Arcadia City were week-end guests of Mr. I G. P. Wadsworth and familyof I
E former
.M C pastor of the Starke I
Tallahassee with Senator and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Mrs. R. Tarratus of Jacksonville Hampton.Mrs. I Provides
Tin tist Church was visiting friends I
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Chase of here Kate Struth. spent several days here this week CASH-In event of accident
AntIss Ocala were guests Sunday of Mr. Friday.Mr. I with her sister, Mrs. Mike Dew. George Chalker of Middle- CASH-In event of iUne..

Juanita Barefoot and MissShia and Mrs. Joe Hoover.Mr. and Mrs. J. I E. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and I Mrs. Tarratus will bo an Interpreter burg nnd Mr. and Mrs. George CASH-To pay hoiplul bill..
\ Smith spent Tuesday In Murphreeand I children, Kaspar and Margaret at the world's fair In New Chalker and daughters Misses CASH-To par doctor bill.
son, Jimmy, of Palatka I
and Mrs. H. A Bishop and were Rose and R. F. Theta were guests I York. Mary and Margaret Chalker of CASH-Or a monthly Incomefor
of Mr. I
mMv1lle. guests and
Sunday Mrs.
! daughter, Nina, spent Saturday V. B. Harrell. Sunday of Mrs. Rose Duncan in Palm Beach will spend the weekend life at retirement.
T. N. Ltmbaugh afternoon in Jacksonville. Lake Butler. The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- here as guests of Mrs. A. M. CASH-Or a monthly Income
Mr. and Mrs. I I foot and daughter, Nancy, their Darby and Mrs. C.V.. Chalker. tot jour loved oo.i In
Nell of Jack- R. F. Clarke of
4 granddaughter Miss Myra Nell Bur- I Mr.. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop, have returned and from Roy St.Mathews Peters- Mrs. Tallulah Marsh and her house guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert They will attend the B. II. S. rent. prematuredeath.
yule and mother, Mrs. Echols, and Mrs. Llghtfoot of Miami and Madge graduation exercises tonight of
Arcadia were guests Sun- Harold and Nina. Bishop, burg where they attended the Rotary You pay for Perfect Protection
i of Walter Purvis of Jacksonvillewere Brownlee the class of 39 of which John
spent Saturday after- it --
whether not
rf Mr. and Mrs. H. the Rodeo in Gainesville Saturday Convention.Mrs. you own
y afternoon guests of Mrs. II. L. Houghlast noon at Gold Head Branch State Chalker, son of Mrs C. W. Chalker Send for complete detiits TODAY
Brownlee' I night. Thursday.Miss Park. ,ls a member. -NOWf
I D. P. Carpenter and Dr.
and Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Al- HAROLD C. WALL. Agency
Marjorie Stump a mem- Mrs. N. Sternberg spent several KET1IELSlrn.
bany, Ga., are spending sometimeat ber of the faculty of the high days this week in Jacksonville as Susie Gllsvon! Cor. I Krllunre life Insurance COlliI -
Miami Beach.
school at Bunnell, was! the guest : the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. I puny of PltUburg
UJmiT'RDSWANTKD Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Neff. Mrs. Sternberg was accom- Mr. and Mrs. Charley Jenkins ,
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Hough of ,. .-
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Mrs. F. F. Stump. panied to Jacksonville Tuesday by
Crystal River were visitors at the
Miss Lillian Sternberg and Miss
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Houghover
Mrs. of Jacksonville
James Godbold Ruth Rowe.Mrs. .
s/ the week-end. I spent several days here

this week visiting her mother, Charles McCornack of St.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat and Tip Top Grocery
Norfleet Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and sister, Charles, 111.. Mrs. R. T. Bell and
I small Nat, Jr., of Madison
TO BUY cows and son Mrs. S. S. Dowling.Mrs. Mrs. L. I';. Dnedon of Elgin, 111.,
were guests Sunday of :Mr. and
hogs, Market prices paid on all returned Sunday to their respective
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Esther Raybln has returned I homos after spending sometime
grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247, AND MARKETSPECIALS
S aped $114,000,000'tore Starke Fla. to her home In Lakeland aftera here its guests of Mr and
I Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jack- brief visit here with her 'I .
son, Mrs. John Uglow and Mr. and Mrs.C.
.( than 166,000,000 insurance FOR .SALE40 Acres with over I' sonville spent the week-end here M. M. Raybln,. proprietor of the F. Ward. FRIDAY & SATURDAY
In force with her grandparents, Dr. and
1000 feet lake frontage ideal Star Workingman's Store.
:Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. APRIL 28 & 29
for site. $200 cash. 67
jtget than 90 per cent of the 350 camp Dr. If. B. McLendon of Orlando .
American Life Insurance companies acres with over 1000 feet lake Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kelly, spent the week-end here. He was --
frontage on Smith Lake nice J. F. Howell of Olustee and Miss Lois Parrish and C. M. accompanied home by Mrs. Mc FRESH BEANS OR SQUASH, Ib. 5c

dunce life has paid more than 123 beach $370 terms. 20 acres Mrs. N. T. Baker of Jacksonvillewere Mitchell of Tallahassee will spend Lendon and daughter, Junette
million dollars to policyholders with lake frontage $200 cash. guests Wednesday of Misses this wek-end at Kingsley Lake as who have been visltlrTg Mrs. Mc- NEW POTATOES, 3 Ibs. lOc

ud beneficiaries since organization Inquire H. R. Lawrence Key- Ruth and Edith Rowe. guests of Mrs. W. E. Torode. Lendon's parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. .

In 1903.HAROLD stone Heights, Florida tf S. Matthews LARGE JUICY LEMONS Doz. 15c
The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and .
C. WAUL, Agency DOUGHNUTS and Virginia fried foot, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, and children Enos and Betty, and Mr. Charles Keller, who has been -

j'.ellanee: Life Insurance Company pies. Tuesdays and Saturdays. I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent Mon- and Mrs. A, S. Strickland spent I' the guest of Mrs. Esther Williamson Lettuce 7'/cl| Celery each I lOcSwift's
of Pittsburg Place order- day before day in Jacksonville. Sunday afternoon in Gainesville as has returned to his home In ,

Mrs. J, M. Alvarez. __It I guests of Mrs. Street Dendy. Del Rio, Texas, to attend the fun-
Mrs. O. E. Boles and daughter, eral of his father, M. R. Keller. Fancy PackTOMATOES
I Alidia, of Gainesville spent the Mrs. W. E. Torode had I Mrs. Williamson accompanied him. ,Premium

Goodrich Tires and BatteriesELECTRIC week-end here'as guests of Mr. I as guests last week-end at her They left Monday.
and Mrs. N. J. Keene. home on Kingsley Lake Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Tallahassee Mrs. Kula Ovcrstreet of Eustls MILK I
AND'BATTERY: Mr. and Mrs/W M. Wainwright Mrs. Agnes: Klinberg, Mra. and Mrs. J. D. t'ottrell, of Lees- No. 2 Size Can

and family of Tallahassee spentthe Effle Ackerman, Mlsn Margaret burg will attend the B. H. S. Tall Can
Zenith and Motorola RadiosEasy week-end at their summer Miller and Miss Fern Surrency, graduation exercises at the school 5cCountry

home on Kingsley Lake. all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Mitchell, ) auditorium tonight. Jimmy Sew-
remained for a longer visit with ell, Mrs. Overstreet's grandson l la is I I 5c

TermsSTERN'S Joe Edwards, Jr., stopped here Mrs. Torode. I member of the graduating class' ,, Kist
for a visit with his mother, Mrs. I
Mae Edwards on his way from I. COUNTRY KOI.I, Poun.l PEAS OR CORN

Many Years Experience Make It Possible for )Me to Render 3 Cans
Mrs. G. L. Patten of I
Tallahassee were guests Tuesdayand MODERATE PRICES lit MKl'IPaJ) Pound
of Mrs. Patten's 25c'
Wednesday CHEESE 17
SEZ mother Mrs. }oJ. E. Canova. ..
Starke, Florida -- -- ---
It Well, Well. Lot's", all sit bark GOOD t llM. ilitlloii
and take: a deep breath. Munsoll- Mrs Julia Eastman has returned j
nl and Hitler !lInen good little to her home here after visit- I Bananas 15c Syrup 50c
Butler the guest
boys for the past two or three Ing in Lake as
ot Mr. and Mrs C. H. Register.Mrs. .
dye, days and even file Florida Legislature
3 Is behaving itself and make I
Carrie Hitch returned home GRITS OR MEAL
ing very few headlined. About I 5 Ibs. lOc
't.le only thing to ilisturbo the Sunday night after spending a ,
Jacksonville at the homeof
week in
peace N the clink of silver as It
pours in from Bradford County Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. ALL BEANS 5 Ibs. 23c

.strawberries beans, and Irish! po ,
Mrs. C. E. Burton of Rome, Ga.,
wouldn't kick
tatoes. But we
and Mrs. Vernon Rowe and child
about that. e ren of Jacksonville are guests of SUGAR 51bs. 23c
Misses Ruth Rowe and J. B. Rowe. ,

1USTO Mrs. R. S. Fernandez has returned -

!, to her home here after RICE Whole Grain 5 Ibs. 15c
spending a few days In Tampa as ,
the guest of Mrs. G. C. Livingston.

[ I.LLUT11E I.. Mrs. C.. H. Register of Lake See the Beauty Spots of Starke and Brad COOKING OIL Gal. 69c

the guest Tuesday of
her Butler slater was, Mrs. Julia Eastman ford County from the air in a Best White

and Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson. Srno. Bacon, Ib. 14c

Miss Kitty Hogsed will leave BACON

tomorrow for Hayesvllle, N. C., to Ft. Bacon lb. 7'/ic
spend the summer with her uncle

I'P and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pass. I I GLINT IVOIIVSOAP 2 For

w IOtLc
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mills of 15c

Green Cove Springs were guests i iI .

Wednesday of Mrs. E. M. Thomas iw.u)Konn rotLARD ;N'rv IIOMK: MADE: LARD

and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wllkeston. AIRLINER I IY Wo )JJoY.T: ]

h l [ can ,U.L: CUTS $3.75 J.

( 1 Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., and

son theIr T.home K. III.here, have after returned visiting to Y I I Piloted by Capt. Herbert Metks JEWELL COMPOUND LARD lb. 9c
AM ERICA'S' CLOTHES Transport I'Hot-U Years Experience
FINEST ALL WOOL friends and relatives in Gainesville -

Nationally Known for their Mrs.. Catharine S. Blackmar-- of STARKE AIRPORT, SUNDAY, CORN-- Clean, l OO Ib. Bag $1.30r

Chicago, 111., and Mrs. Mneatha APRIL 30 -

STYLELocally were Strong visiting Beatty of friends Oil City here Penn.last, Ballard's Oblisk Fairaex Toilet


Known for their Friends of Mrs. J. W. KIncaid ONLY 12 to 1 p. m.
5 lbs. 22c 3 cakes 15c
will be glad to learn that she has 40 50c from 1 to 2 m _
Keen Low Prices p.
recovered after being confined to FOR l O lbs. 39c 1 cake _.. _. _'_ Ie
week because of 60c4 2 to 3 p. m.
home last
$22.50 $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 her 201bs. ___ _._._ 75c All For __ __ __ 16c
Illness. 70c, 3 to dark .
Can T'LE No. Z 1-2 Cant

Gainesville Mr. and will Mrs.attend J. C. Graduation Adkins of 1 I FREE AIR RIDES Corn Beef 15c Peaches 12Yic J I II

exercises of the Bradford County I I For Model Plane Builders accompanied by paid ride For SLICED i
High School tonight In the school <(Bring your Model Plane) to the Airport Sunday) No. 2 Can
A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. Potted Meat Sc Pineapple lOc ;
of the I .. .. ...... i
Is member .
their nephew. .. -"" ... :
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Health Board Urges Georgia Destroys Hardee CountyBerry

t- FARMERS SECTION Attention To Ills Florida Potatoes Season LIVE STATE NEWS

ChildrenBy Was Successful
Of Small
I I STATE BOARD OF HEALTH Manning Yeomans Wauchula-After almost five

I confiscation and destructionof months of bustling activity, all Is MORE SUGAR PRODUCED INDIANS TO -J
"Momme, me has a tummy F.\ln
m Tflnttfbrtto ache." approximately 50,000 sweet quiet along strawberry row, for Clewiston-A statement just Issued Miamt-Forty Seminole I

RURAL mothers have heard potato plants shipped into Georgia the season closed here last week by the United States Sugar and a baggage car full India( ,;
Household 191! How many that the 1938- of plea
COMMON SENSEBy that plaintive cry! It may come from Florida. and the buyers have gone to markets Corporation shows this week, Indian huts and accoutre1l1eJi?1
39 season,
aftermath of Improper I Yeomans said 16000 plants were crop left here the first
only as the farther north. seasons In part of ti!
VEGETABLES all other
COOKING JOHNSON other hand, it and others will surpass week for the World' Fair
eating, or, on the seized at Qultman closed was one of 111
The season just the company's ten years opera York. The tq
be the forerunner of something were taken at Doerun and Val- Seminoles were ,
By Anna Mae Sikes RELIANCE ON COUNTY may far more serious-appendi- I dosta. All were confiscated of the most successful In the his- tion. 793,000: tons of sugar cane direct from their wild haunt broug hi

Extension Nutritionist AGENTS SHOWS VALUEOF I under Georgia's blanket quarantine tory of the industry In. Hardee were harvested. From this 84,000 the Everglades, and with the ,;'

Vegetables are affected In food SERVICE FROGRA& citis.The writer does not wish to be on plants from areas Infestedby County. The yield, while not up short tons of raw sugar, ultima- Ing plants, colorful accoutrema f.

-value, flavor, appearance, texture,,, the Impression I the sweet potato weevil. A to that of some other season, was tely to reach the consumer as and assorted Impedimenta '
alarmist nor give "
and digestibility by the way they "Ask the county agent about It." an that all stomachs aches indi- 'complete embargo is in effect on slightly above the average. The: "Dixie Crystals, were produced of, surrounds their living conlllj(
are cooked. Here are some suggestions This remark has been made< cate appendicitis but parents I Florida shipments arid partial em- average price of approximately: as well as unnumbered there, are expected to prove

for obtaining the most many thousands of times during should realize that children do bargo on plants sent from Louisi nine cent s per 'pint was well molasses. unusual attraction at the Fair. ,
the 25: by Florid. above that for the past ten years. .
satisfactory results In cooking past years have appendicitis and, therefore,, ana, Mississippi and Texas. -----.- --
farmers who sought assistant it counties Strawberries were never below BUILDING MAKES GAIN TREES AND
'vegetables. when abdominal pain persists Only four Georgia SIIRt"DST
with their Each It In the Hardee County n\
problems. year five cents Florida buildingconstruction
with a skin, like the Is wise to exercise that well known Thomas, Glynn, Camden, and Jacksonville Jacksonville-More
Vegetables Is made more often and with markets, and this Is consideredvery in 32 cities showed a than six ca,
and onion, can be bakedin ounce of prevention.In Charlton-are under quarantinefor loads of Florida's finest
potato steadily growing reliance on the< weevil. Yoe- unusual, for they have drop- substantial gain for the first quar- dee r
all the of it Is 'sweet potato tlve trees and
the oven. Practically ability of the county agent to give the case appendicitis work is being ped three and four cents each season ter of 1939 as compared with the shrubs arc entnu:
this what not to do. mans said eradication to New York
of where
saved by knowledge
food value la some assistance In the matter in- carried on In all four. up to the praesent. I like period for last year, accord- they win t
used In
method. volved. Rule No. 1 is do not administera The Wauchula market shipped a. Ing to statistics released today by landscaping the Ron' ,

Vegetables that cannot be bak- Farmers are faced with prob laxative of any sort, while waiting total of 1,471,858 pints of berries the research department of the State Exhibit at the World's Ft,

ed in the skin are prepared as for lems of production, fertilization, for the doctor to come. This FIELDS ELECTED with an approximate value of; Florida State Chamber of Com The shipment contains more thi

boiling, placed In baking dish, pest and disease control, livestock cannot be emphasized too strongly. 143000. The banner week endedon merce. Grand total of the 32 reporting 1,800 assorted trees, shrubs at '

seasoned, water or other liquid raising and care, marketing stor To Ignore the advice may result PRESIDENT OFTOWNSENDITES February 25th, when slightlyover cities for the first three plants, and is the largest ships,.
to be made from
covered, and baked. Most of the age, conservation of resources, fatally. 200,000 pints of berries were months of this year was $11,159- any one soun

food value Is saved by this method. farm finance, and many other The doctor should be sent for shipped.The 922.08, as compared with $10- comprising the total 20 raiin,

Steaming Is the next best method phases of the very complicated Immediately If pain continues or J. H. Fields was unanimously Bowling Green market 822,783 for the first quarter of cars to the carrying fair the Florida Eli

for saving food value of veg- business of agriculture.And If it Is accompanied by vomiting. elected president of the local handled 3,404,350 pints, returningto 1938. This was a gain of $337-
etables. There are two kinds of when a farmer who needs) About the only safe thing that the growers $306,391. 139 for the first three months of --.- -

steamers-those with pressure and assistance in a problem to be sole- can be done for the young patientIs Townsend Club at its meeting here Wauchula and this year over the first portion of REAL ESTATE SALES t r

those without pressure. The pres- ed mentions it to another, he usually the application of warm com- Thursday night of last week. He The combined markets showed a last, the compilation disclosed. I Orlando-Report of sales fort;

sure cooker, because of the higher receives this reply: "Ask the< presses to the abdominal area. will fill the vacancy caused by Bowling Green of berries year, 1938, released by Flow:
In the of W. H. Ogden. total of 4,876,208 pints
cooks vegetables Association of Real Estate
temperature county agent about it. A child with appendicitis may sold for $449,391. Strawberry HARVESTING HONEY Boari
shorter time. The "water- The club went on record as with headquarters here. I
a much not be able to locate the pain aa makeittimpressive
The frequency with which this Is strictly a winter in- Jacksonville-West Florida honey -
leas cooker" is designed to cook adult but he will standing pat with Dr. Townsendand total of 118,10J.lf
as an
of littleor remark Is made Is an eloquent specifically dustry in this section, and coming producers are in the midst of
with addition the National Headquartersand this
Comparing with
vegetables resist all efforts to touch or ex- past MI<
tribute to a system that has funs between the fail and spring truck- the gathering of tupelo
the big Spring
no water thus saving all amine the area giving trouble. the founders of the State In- reports, in 1930 the total was(SI r;
tioned with unswerving faith and the farmers non-granulating
Ing season, provides honey-that
food value. He won't be able to sleep and hewon't corporation. At the next meet- : 170,583: the best since the bow
tireless for the benefit and which the
energy with much ready cash. It is predicted Heavenly nectar for
Just as table salt disolves inwater let anyone else sleep. Ing, May 4, delegates will be elect- period of 1926. 1934, year i
progress of the farmer for a quay that a large acreage will be western portion of the State has
salts in ed to send to the National Con- lowest ebb totalled
so do minerals or ter of a century. It is also an Indication Of course, all "tummy aches," planted for next season. become justly famous. And which' $6,600,5,
dissolve in boiling vention in Indianapolis, Ind., in 1935 total $39,594,879;: 1936
vegetables not
of definite and substan even though severe, are caus- also makes Florida's $750,000
If the water Is June. It Is planned to sponsor a shows $83,681,807. 1938 Is the
lost .
water and are ed inflamed appendix. In (
tial progress In agriculture. It by an honey Industry of particular In-
Some vitamins are fish fry In order to raise expensesfor fore more than $30,000,000 iboij
thrown away. means that a great many farmers one case reported a child com- terest to residents and visitor
also lost. That is why boiling lathe who once scoffed at agricultura plained violently of pains in the one or 'two delegates.The SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. alike at this time, according to of- the best year 1930, and $112,00 i,,

most wasteful method of cookIng research and education have seen stomach which were eventually new president, Mr. Fields, Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. ficials of the Florida State Cham- 000 above the year of lowest tb ty:

vegetables. Dolling in the the value of It alleviated completely when an ab- has written the following poem ber of Commerce, who said the 1934.
kin saves more food value than cessed ear was lanced. Another which he dedicates "to the 'old estimated at .
The late Dr. Seaman A. Knapp 1938 production was
when the vegetables are peeled was the father of the idea which had pneumonia when he com- people' of this great United Statesof H. H. Tinman of Jacksonvillefilled 6,000,000 pounds of honey, 100- Hnlf Price! Ivory plate

and boiled either whole or cut In has developed into the great and plained with a stomach ache. America." his regular appointment at 000 pounds of beeswax and several formals" 100 for 91\ (envtU

small pieces. effective county agent system of Nevertheless it is wiser to treat WHERE DO YOU STAND? Corinth Church Saturday and thousand packages of bees Included), usually 50 for \\\

When vegetables are boiled, today. He inaugurated a system all serious stomach aches as dan- Sunday.- and queens. Bradford County Telegraph

however, the water should be of better farming in Texas In 19- gerous signals and refrain from The "Tree" is now in bloom, and Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Crosby

served with the vegetable, or sav- 06, but the present set-up ol giving a laxative without medical Fruit la sure to bear. and family of Brooker and Mrs. ,

ed to use in soup or sauces or to national scope was not established advice. Become a Town endlte, my friend, O. E. Crosby and children of New INSURE WITH

drink as we drink fruit Juices. until 1924, when Congress and you will get your share. River attended church here Sun- JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE

Frying the the least desirable passed the Smith-Lever Act foi Were you to be asked why you The Senate showed Its colors, a

method of cooking because cooked this purpose. The county agent bathe, your answer would undoubtedly Resolution they did sign, I day.Mrs.. J. R. Kelly and children LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS

fat coati the food and interferes system now functions effectivelyIn be "to keep clean." I commend them very highly. The, spent last Friday in Lake Butler

with digestion. every state in the Union and it As a matter of fact, cleanlinessIs old folks are on their mind. I with relatives.Mr. Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

Cook vegetables only until ten- other areas owned by the United only one of several reasons, allot When you wake up in the morn-: and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and

der and no more. Overcookingdestroys States. which are essentially of benefitto ing, and thinking what to do, I children and Lester Crosby were

some vitamins, Impairs The nerve center of the Exten health. There are (1) to remove Pick out a prospect. Not one. visiting in Lake Butler Saturday THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS
color, often causes the residue of insensible
flavor, Injures sion Serlcve, but two, afternoon.
digestive discomfort. slon Service, the county agent has presplration; (2) to keep the pores Approach them in a manner- G. M. Bennett left Saturday for will come to your home every day through

Soda helps to preserve color of been specially educated and trained of the skin open so that they can their membership your goal Jasper and Valdosta, Ga., to spenda THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn

green vegetables and to soften to be of maximum service tc feed the network of little nerves; And we will win prosperity for while with relatives. International Daily Newspaper

vegetable fibre, but it destroys the farmers he serves. With all (3) to produce a definite temperature the young as well as old. n record for yon the world'clean,construed".doing The Monitor
the valuable vitamin content, and the manifold problems of agricul for bodily comfort, such as Mrs. B. M. McRae and don not exploit crime or mutton; neither doe. It Ignore them
Mrs. Amanda bat deali with them for bt.. aDd all to*
of Pine Level and correctively Feature* y men
should never be used. ture, old and new, his Is a big warm baths to soothe a weary Relief has proved a failure, its Intentions tamii Including>. Weekly Magaiine Section.
Liquid with canned vegetables responsible job. Has he made person, and a cold or sponge bath they were good."Roosevelt" Silcox and Miss Bulah Edwardsof -----------------------------------------------------------
of the minerals and. heat that Starke attended church here 'n>. OnrUtlan Science Publishing Society
contains some good? to lessen body so a will be long remembered .
One. Norway Street, Boston MauachuMtt
vitamins. Hence, it should be I The remark "Ask the feverish or nervous person may and so is Red Rldlnghood Sunday and were dinner guests of Please .nter my ubierlptlon to The Christian Science Monitor for
county Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. a period of
served with the vegetables or used Some in doubt what
agent," uttered by thousands oi sleep. people are 1 year *13.00 a months t<.00 S months $3.00 1 month II 00
In soup or sauces., farmers In tone "two per cent" will bring. Wednesday Issue,Including Magailne Section: 1 year|2.eo, 0 lxue 29o
a that bespeaks

reliance In their source of Information Contrary to common belief, ath- Adopted, Relief will vanish like a &We B.are Drew local Co.agents, the South's for the fin II. Nam. __________,,,,,,_____,,,,....________....
not die from
r letes do young overstrain bird up on the wing.
seems to be the most emphatic unless they had weak heartsto est Engravers. Their entire Address __?_____ _________ ______________.._
BUSINESSDIRECTORY affirmative that can be begin with-In which case they Why do people hestitate and say line of Fine Engraving Samplesmay S*mpei Cope. on ROlf_,<

made to this question. should never have been permittedto it can't be done? I be seen by calling 29 or 82.

participate In strenuous gamesIn I'm not for Mussolini or Hiteler .

the first but look what they have won.

,..- RQ No athlete place. should overdo The Townsend completed Plan's Is the progressingand Goal I 1\\}{) e p oooo Facts That Concern Kit No. 6 pftt series

no matter how strong he may
BB If you are not for it may God have
,4) RU be physically. Overdoing is
The drink mercy on your soul.
harmful both to the body and
--3. H. Fields.
Pi1i mind. Mentally, Yn excess of com- i//, ,
t that t .

1 1I everybodyknows petitive perverted athletics outlook on may life result, especial.in a .G RAH AM ylrh IY 1 .K4li, ,{i7 I IJ// 1 I I Hi, THAT'S

I ly If boys and girls are coached l'rs. L. C. Smith Cor.

by a person who: goads them with -

J the necessity of winning at any Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Surrencyand INCREASED MIGHTILY

: price. Fortunately, such coachesare Mr. and Mrs. Odell Abernathy
In the minority. of Tampa spent Sunday with Mr.

There Is no danger from com- and Mrs. J. A. Graves.Mr. _I

petitive athletics to either bodyor and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and i1 SINCE h ';,': d i

COCA-COLA DOT. CO. mind If the time spent on themis children of Reddick were visitingher

limited and if the high Ideals of parents Mr., and Mrs. E. 'I till,1',: 0
WE ARE are kept con- : :'!\ Ii'\-
good sportsmanship Strickland Sunday. .- '
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS TIME SAVERS tinually In mind. And the right PLo4rf,1o ,-k.if. i .'!I-oo,
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Graves and :.I.::"< ..
SAVERS will that both
SIDNEY kind of coach see "'
little daughter, Shirley, of Wind- -
CARPENTER'SThe Every Business Needs Them are done. .... emere spent the Week-end with ."

their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I A,
Rexall Store BUY FROM SUCCULENT COCKLEBURSARE Graves, and Mr, and Mrs L. C. 7 $ ''('
PLUMBINGPrompt Bradford County SAYS ANIMAL EXPERT Smith. Ii
Service at Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and lif 1"Jtt'Af E

Reasonable Prices Telegraph Gainesvllle-The wise farmer Wesley Dyal attended the birthday t.1

Let Me Estimate Your Job will keep his pigs away from thoee dinner of Mrs. Dyal's grand- 19
STARKE FLORIDA father the home of
RITCH tender, succulent cocklebur plants Mr. Johns, at 936
C. M. that are now springing up in Flor- Mr. Willie Johns near New River

ida fields, and pastures, says Dr. Sunday.
A. L. Shealey head of the State', George Rivers and Nathaniel v J'/3

% onPfaDw@Ckk a 4 Experiment department.Station animal husbandry day Dyal afternoon.Mr. were In .Jacksonville Satur- + la" o>>

Cockleburs are now In the succulent and Mrs. O. O. Graves and

Secnrify stage and are very temptIng Mrs. C. J. Frazier were visiting IN 1932 (last year before ,. .. i 14' "

\ Happiness ?and d i t to hungry pigs but they are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts at the repeal ) BEER'S TAXESd' --

very poisonous and will usually, State Farm Monday.Mr. ,at

FOR, YOUR LOVED ONESA cause the death of a pig within and Mrs. A. E. Young of WERE PRACTICALLY NOTHING!

48 hours after they have been eat Jacksonville were visiting at the )..;;r ",..!;o.)}' .
en. Dr. Shealey points out. Several home of L. C. Smith Monday. Do/o Iron Stoic Beverage Oepf. include ..eI./ .;

Protect your home. 'Inrejtigote this new Aoj.atIMU Annual cases of cocklebur poisoningof tat end ass.,.. tox./
Premium pigs have come to the attention
policy. Only a few cents a day will pay 25 ..4. 79.01 of station workers during the,
------------- DRINK MORE
beneficiary$500.00 a td eo tf\all d on 30 ___..._____.__ 87.61 past few weeks. BEER helps even those who do not drink it 1 To for us? Brewers of America realize this depend

lncomsofjS000eachmonthforaperiod *35)_..--..--...-.---110.45 5S.OS, !>> To protect their pigs from cock- MILK the tune of a million dollars a day nation-wide, on keeping beer retailing as wholesome M w
-- -- -- ---- beer tax revenue reaches back v
of 120 month (10 yean.) 45 ..___.:__,24.74 leburs Dr. Shealey advises farmers Into every community Itself They want to help public official*in
to keep their stock penned up to help pay for relief, for public works, possible way. They cannot enforce Uw Hsifor

Writ THIS plan can be increased or until more green stuff Is availableor education...and to lift a burden that would they can-and will- cooperate I .
''&.* Your Local Aq.'" or otherwise rest directly on the
decreased according to taxpayers.
your to restrict their grazing to oi'' ** I
requirements. areas where there are no cockle- To this, add a million new jobs made by beer. May wo tend you a booklet telling At*"".
OHM *rmuwf eo. unusual ?
And 100 million dollar program
burs. a farm market. United i regulation Foundation s l9 EEt

And Drink dow can we keep these benefits...for you and 40th Street New York N., Y.


wish to thank our many .. The BestFROM 8RFkP
friends and relatives for their BEER..a
beverage ofmoderationPAO16
kindness and sympathy shown I
during the Illness and death of PETERSON'SDAIRY
BOWERS Starke Fla
303 E. R.
Box -
our beloved wife, mother, and sis
ter. r or
-Family of Mrs. Classle Moody. ,- '


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-- -----.- -- RACE TRACK AND '!f stage of the game very few mean Cancer Causes j

ures had left the committee rooms,

LEGISLATIVE GASOLINE TAXES I It seems that a newer and fairer MisunderstoodMany

REVIEW I OCCUPY SOLONS schedule of occupational and lic IJurtIit .

ense taxes will be worked out the erroneous beliefs. concern

-- Race Trucks and Gasoline Senate Finance and Taxation ing cancer are being blasted in the

\\-\LTER 1". FuLLlm With the opening of the third Committee having appointed a present fight against this dread
sub-committee for this .
IIY week of the 1939 Legislature it be purpose.It disease. "Hundreds of queries :

.-. un-made came evident that important and was apparent also that a I PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN
The court thorough exploration would be come to the office of the American BAPTIST METHODIST ]
t'11JI-o-; laws the past perhaps dramatic fights would de Rev A B. LlehtfootPastor Rev Frank Roblneon' Supplied by Rev. Fred Terkes, Jr. Rev W. T. McQuIre
dozen vital the revenue from race made Into the financial plight of Society for the Control of PastorB. Ii.". Dr. Klce and Rector Pastor
ball the legislaturebUSYanlZlng velop cities and towns. The House has A. J. Thomas Supt. K. Perryman, Her. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Supt
K while third week tracks and gasoline-both statu Cancer about the relation of various School Mis Ella 3, S..... airs.. Ira Wtlnon
* its already H. B. 260 introduced Sunday Qen. Superintendentof Organlsttlrt. School
passed Sunday
( during neW ones. A. tory products of the 1931 Legis foods to cancer" Mrs. Mar Sunday School Church School! E. M. Davis Org-an st 1' o'clock
Mr Jams CarlisleService
as a committee bill by the 9:45: A. M. Church School
alm School Supt. ServiceEvery
;nade frequently re- lature. I national commander Church Worship f,
has Committee on Cities and Towns lone B. Illlg, MorningS rvlc 10 A. M. Roy MathewsChurch Snd SundayBaptist
aervlce about 11 A. M. 'W'UhIP; Sunday School ,
11 a* the courts The race track revenue yield la the vote was 86 to 5. Cities have of the campaign, said on her re Training Morning Service 11 A. M. School 10 A. H' It o'clock a. m. I
rked tip re-write or 10 A. M. 1:00: o'clock p. m.
kill approximately $2,000,000 annually. asked in addition for a larger cent visit to Florida. I'nlon. 7:00 P. M. RventngWarship Sun d" 11 A. M. Prayer Meeting- !
a years legislature dOe The money derives from, a few EveningServtc*. t.rvlc" ., 8-00 P M. Morning Worship Friday 8:00: P. M. Wednesday Ntg-bt '
what, the share of some occupational license, She continued: "The popular beliefs 1:00: P M. YoungPeople's 11 A. M. -- o'clock
State 8:00
""late days. large counties but Is allocated to the Prayer Meeting- League Meetlnr Holy Da eIO A. M.
60 mecourtcandT3 Federal Judge the 67 counties equally. The issues right to levy a municipal gas- that milk, tomatoes, to much Wednesday 8.00: KM. 7:00: V. M.Prayer HN. ALLIANCE- 1
oline tax and for of i.lee'unc
exemption PianistMm.
of diet
or any'other type 1
In legislativet these: (1)) The little President
niPped are from those taxes Mona Canova Wednesday, 8:00 I'.M
municipalities lead to cancer are without scientific MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev. Frank ',
kerman controversial Choir Director
most t counties want the distribution to now levied gasoline and Mr. P. II. Long, Robinsonvice ,
on public II. Powell
three foundation. People ask whether John
the Oriranlst and Choir Sponsor: by
? remain as at present (but constitutionality utilities-gas, water light, tele- Chairman Director Mr. and Mr*. PresidentJ. :
certain of cooking vessels Mr .
types Mr. and *
finally Deacon LeslieShepherd
"e bsap9re court of this distribution is Board of J. T. QulgleyBvangellstlo The Rev.
and Mrs. E. K. ,
phone telegraph. Perryman
cause the disease. Labora- F KlckllterCJnulrman J. T. QulBley I
State decision on : Service 1 1DOlOI'd
3.3 under court attack.) ((2) Dade Assistant OrganistT. "
Dod pat on Its Thomas Sentiment was distinctly favor- tory tests fall to show any relation of Trustee T. Long. Assistant Bible Study, eachevenlnir each "','Ida) and tlllnAecretaryTreaeurft ,
Judge Miami) County, as spokesmanfor The Rev. Fred Y rke* I
( 0:00: day evening 8.00:
II, gasoline laws able for the bill requiring the between diet or cooking vessels L. Q. Powell Choir Director TIlt'"la ,
is predecessor.M the large counties, does not n ,
sane which State Road Department to take and cancer," Mrs. Illlg said \
the local laws by object to the revenue allocationbut work in our libme. Wife and I charge of the devotions. A cor-
kills over the maintenance of those the American Society had proved.
2 :
" were using some demands a "de-emphasis" of I were Irritable and were often un-II dial Invitation II i extended to the ;

lions counties If gas money for this and racing through a shortened sea- city streets with state forming roads connectinglinks However "Thomas of the United Parran, surgeongeneral States Public- BOB JONESCorrnents kind to the maid. She was gentle people of our community to come

of roads. and beautiful her character. She i i, and worship at nil services
t IDstead small all of this financial aid to Health Service said that the

Clrcul, Judge Johnson tempo-racing son.A Dilemma and TherAVay Out cities, it will nevertheless make states are beginning to recognize On Here said to my wife one day, 'Are you 'I A regular feature of the Sundayservices

up $700.000 Little counties hold the balanceof n Christian ?" My wife became the chimes which .I
lied possible a reduction In millage ofthat of wit be.
"X most of the public health aspects cancer '
needed by and there And HereafterWe and mild, 'Do not speak tome
badly legislative power amount over-burdened angry 1 morning -
on each Sunday
It Is dish- and several( are making plan will be played ,
IS ,,,untied to whom be no legalized racing without the real I uboiu that again. The maid '
wants property. I lor Increased services in behalf of at 10:45: to 11:0: o'clock and
delegation votes of little county legislators. I I the ninth verse' of ,did not bring up the subject ngnln
Ve' The Ail Valorem and treatment. He rend in
nf dog Question cancer research
week, 45-day They have demanded an equal I but she kept on living her boiuitl- i i will be heard again each
JI" taxation the educallonal of First Timothy ,
Since ad valorem endorses
,3Y little coun- publicly the'! sixth! chapter
CO; 'hl'llIlIlIllife. Sometimes period. The
share of racing revenue. On the (ul ( afternoon for a vesper
on rea' property Is by far the largest I of the Women's Field words "But I
/Heu program :
approximatelyV.H these striking with
'.,? other hand the big counties are I Is she would put a little tract I church Is anxious to do all that.possible
for the combined that
< revenuo producer j program
Army says
undisturbed; confronted with the problem of I they that will be tick full Into 1VI"I'Sl' of scripture! on my wife'siliWuer.
7,000 \ state, counties and cities it meeting with increaneil cooperation Is to be of the greatest
a and into Influence -
want the
sts dominated by track Interests temptation and a snare We resisted'
InF enoughImle being seems apparent that this Legislature on the part of medical and I service to the members and to the
iSto shrewd hurtful lusts, and one
,iw It is asserted thai "racketeying" many foolish and a.. long ns we could
county cloak will seek to nettle many min- public health agencies throughout destructionand to h.1us\ I of our commu
> -mall has developed and that which drown men in day w<> asked this people generally"
or taxation questions before attacking the land" Mrs\! Illlg reported.The "
think the 67-way splitand too much money is taken out of perdition." The expression what to du to be saved. It isn'tforce I nity. You are cordially invitedto

unconstitutional most continues regular business channels. They the bigger problem of ad Florida Division, headed by "will be ilch" should be rendered"will i that wins. It is goodnessthat participate In the activities and

valorem. These taxation questions | Mrs. J. Ralston Wells of 1)aytonlH"aeh \ words trouble In
gentlemen's agree- I : to be rich. In other wins. That Is the
of a seek to curb racing by worthwhile and
grand many fear that In the reduced season again are race trucks, gasoline will strive for n large when a man desires riches he exposes our country today. Labor and make It thus more

it and the as present struggle the the season-but likewise reduce a the "take" occupational and licenses, quota. of enlistment dollars dur- himself to all types of temp- capital clash. If Inbor and capital enable it to be of service to you.

..t of gentle- will chain stores gross receipts intangibles of snare. would be Only five more remaining Sundays -
will forget to be will cause a reduc- ing; April.Florida's tations and to every kind were Christian there
tr side the which In turn personal property .-- of and servant In this present Conferenceyear :
the session adjourns to all the coun- munlcl-\\ lIe Is liable to fall Into a sea no clashes. If master
In the yield
n i after political Jockeying go- pal finances and real 1938 lust In which multiplied millions were really Christians' therewould Help us make this a great

aunt, of Tallahassee outdoes any- ties.The It A number of measures dealing hnye been drowned The Apostle be no problem of salary. year In the history of this Church
in Gas Issue Important Record Interest and
on Traffic continued
and the Widenerck with real estate taxation have Paul warns Timothy to flee these and working hours by your

ng HIaleah season. The houseed The gasoline question, in many been introduced but to date only thinks He exhorts him to follow -----.- --- ---- help In the building of the Kingdom -
lust Is of far more significance -
saw the tables on the supremert respects although, less affected by pub- one has come out of conuntttee. 325,726,184 gallons of gas sold after righteousness godliness, Methodist Church of God.

week and started This one I 105 H. B. 50 by Lewis of In 1938. One accident to every faith, love, patience and meekness. .- -
The 3c
ndllng)the law past suits by legislation licity allocated and to personalities.the counties under Gulf, a joint resolution to amend 2,016 gallons. Ho tells him to fight the good News Notes t'Hl'KCH CONVENTIONThe OF UOIt

It passed a law requiring a the 1931 law 'for bonds on the the constitution, "forbidding the 448,306 motor vehicles registered fight of faith. The Bible recognizes -

i en cash bond from any adjustment, compromise or can- In 1938. One accident to every property rights. It encourages To the Inviting and beautiful -
trick num- Conventionwill
of population of God
ick basis area Church
any state re-al- cellation of any state, county or 3 vehicles. the right kind of thrltt.1"ht'I'e ; music furnished by the new loudspeakers .
attacking of highways Valley
gant ber of miles Improved /; convene at Pleasant
been New
district tax which has legally Isn't anything In the
BatioD law. is under fire since many 720 people killed In 1938-one that for the chimes, worshipers (better known as Moodyvllle)
assessed and levied that teaches u
Kludge Ackerman, federal circuit counties have been paid in full. Senate bills every 12 hours. Testament something I gathered at the First Methodist May 5 through May 7. Dinner
fall, Other important should not nave
this man
Bilge who may retire Moreover the Supreme Court has S. 108,000 accidents--one accident Word of Church last Sunday morning will be served on the grounds
state and dealing with real property are for a rainy day. II
ftde clean sweep of decided this money can- minutes. tot public Worship. The orgun.played 7. Good music and
a five
he ordd recently B, 190 by Hodges to define and every Ootl! tells the sluggard to K<> to Sunday,
when H. Long,
F. opened
Bieral citrus laws other county by Mrs. I Everyone haia
not be used for pur- Injured I expected.
to accept aBr limit "special assessments for 25,200 persons Injured-one the ant and learn to be wls. The at 11 o'-
ACL the service promptly to attend.--
the apparent, Invitation
| It seems cordial
owned by poses. there-I benefit" in taxing homesteads S. every 20 minutes. ant woika. He works with his "Nocturne
or fruit at Umatllla that new gasoline : clock with Schumann's J K. Kllltngsworth. district over
a B. 69 by Rose to abolish state ad $831,600--Hospltalizutlon coat-- fellow ants. He provides a home. conducted
disregarded prac- The service wall
Kman who had by the In 'F'
to be adopted
will have taxes and S. B. 195 by food fur a rainy day. seer.
valorem each He
citrus law In theKid $33 for injured. lays up by the pastor the Key. Frank .
every -
ttally 1939 Legislature. Rose and 20 to freeze There Is nothing wrong in the
In assembling same. It was a In Embryo co-sposors I $4,416.90o-Property damage Robinson In which he wan assisted should have "Infor-
The Taxation Program the state ad valorem levy at the and 35 desire to have a home and a rea- the choir. Everyone
accidents of
however cross-sectionally at there are 150 by the members mal aw. well It" calling cards Half
mporary Looking
easily present 3 5-8 mills for the next to each fatality-NSC., sonable amount of money. for the morning was I.
These three Issues can some 75 bills now pending before injuries make his mind The sermon price during April, 100 for ,
biennium. when man up
they get out of control-take the Committees of Finance and est to be rich he deliberately chooses based on the subject of "BeautyIn Envelopes Include ut this iuiu &-

almost the entire time of the Taxation of both houses, the fol- Life." Ingly low prl<-*>.-Unulford County
himself to temptationand
the law Inman Asks Bill cruse of Accident In 1938 to expose at 7 m.
However met
classified People p.
islatur lowing groups may be : lie sets his sails fora The Young Tri -raph.|
28 c.
takers until now have clicked Occupational and License To Raise Pensions Driving too fast p. for a short but Impressive League
[ (1)) 4 c. sea of trouble. BUN SCHEDULE
routine with Improper passing p. which assembled I
rough organization taxes ((2)' Chain store taxes, ((3)) Meeting, after they
attitude that bodes Didn't have right of way 14 p. c. with large number of North Bound
like Real a
I business )
Gross receipts taxes ((4) Inman of the above paragraph i iotht.'r
George Since dictating
brand wavers are few. Representative Reckless driving 9 p. c. of community, in Leave Starke 2:43: a. m., 12:33:
ftll. Fire Measures people
and ((5.) the
decided estate tars Bradford County has introduced a to signal 7 p c. I have read again from for 3 m.,, 6:13:
Courts have also finally municipal finances. Failing the School House auditorium p. m., 1:60: p m. p
for of First
dealing bill in the legislature asking 19 c. sixth chapter
merchanby Drunk Drivers p. This service 10:15: m.Soutla .
Hat cut rate sales of Under preparation are bills deal- of approximately 33 Bible la such practical book. the evening service. p. m., p.
K in spitea an Increase Drunken Pedestrains 13 p. c. which the Seniors of Hound
retailers are O. taxes and per should was one In ,
Ing with Intangible now that servants
1-2 percent in the pensions 6 c. Paul nays

1937 law prohibiting,deal unless be- sonal property taxes In addition, being paid to the aged and de- Miscellaneous 100 p. c. 720 deaths p. honor their masters, not just because the School conjugations were honored of by the the I Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20(

ere Is a direct private tax measure has been In deserve honor, combined in. 8:20: m.West .
one sales pendent in Florida All accidental deaths totaled their masters assemblingIn a, m., 2:20: p. p.
ieen and the of the city
the manufacturer of Churches
troduced-H. B. 280 by Cooley of God and l His
but that the name Hound to Tallahassee
that the revenuebo '
rehant Arsenic law laundry of The bill asks 1660. the school house for the Hueciilaureate -
and Clement An
the Robinson of taken from, the recent tax pay- doctrine be not blasphemed. sermon, delivered by Leave Starke: 5:60: p. m. arrive
milk control are among
*, levying a tax of 2c a minister of the Gos-
[her matters before courts. Plnellas, ment made to the state by the du- lleuiitlful Ivory "In formula, outstanding the Rev Mr. Robinson Starke 12:33: p, m.
the revenueto the
said to
package on cigarettes Pont Interests in the amount of specially procrHsed to resemble! pel some years ago at the mid- For free pick-up service (within
appro- evening
apparently go to schools.At $740,000, from the State estate engraving. 100 for $l, Including writer, "My wife and I were Wednesday service the city limits) phone Lacy Conway -
for schools meeting
ation the opening of the third and Tel- worldly, wicked sinners In the old week Prayer
fund $180,000, envel<> >on.-Hriidford County agent.
determln- tax expense | will have ,
pi 11! noi occur. Several week. It seemed possible to fore- from the surplus of the iluyti. We employed a maid to Senior Young pnple
$80,000 .Jtrah.
counties have proved that a few conclusions with reas- (
cast a
1 9-month term can be secured safety although at this State Hotel
there's a will HlllaboroughHM Inman stated that this allot

| to get one by selling bonds into ment would bring about an Im-

lien In under the Futch law 2 to foolish millions that poured mediate Increase In the pensionsthat

over-elaborate, poorly planned,, of
ears ago. Lee proceeds through would render a new high

luntary donations and delin- construction during that dizzy $38.80 per month Instead of the

Jent tax payments. Pinellas will boom period. If 1939 continuesat total ; present high of $13.80 being paid.. I
the state f
s a gift from the excess fees of its present rate This bill, he said, also specifies

e i county clerk, swollen by Mur- can possibly reach 100000000.for I that the entire amount would go ys

y law fees, and by a poll tax Probably" the strongest conditions reason .I for pensions and none for administrative

staged by Young Democrats. sound business butldlng purposes.
throughout the state Is of the bill Inman
HIGHERBuilding permit flg- The passage
Immediate ; F lout ew
'8 throughout Florida continue activity.MURPHypurchase further stated would bring 1
break all records back to 1925- relief to some 38,000 persons W

February totals for the state quent taxes under the Murphylaw to now receiving the small pensions

1 slightly behind the same must start by May 10-15 under the old age assistance and
of the
line. Papers lT lTV
beat the dead children's program.
frith for 1938 because of a 2 ads dependent
with legal
crammed In-
Ilion paper mill permit In Jax state are decldely new Other bills Introduced by
thereto. A automobile
1938 However with the warrt relative wholesale man call for a $5

assured for Duval county and element has 'appeared; of license tag for light pleasure cars

buying by speculators. One small pick-up trucks, and an- a l
[resounding boomlet in otherJldloj the law and I
g ictlvltles assured there- the loudest plaints against other bill asking for a five-day ap- tit 1fr

has been that there was no inducement before being iSHued a TrI r +
and with several large items In plication ,
for third party buying. Inman said he
e license
offing elsewhere including a marriage

w million dollar hotel for Miami With Its dying breath Murphy believed this would do away with

this. In Charlotte marriages now be-
Vach contradicts
it appears Inevitable now- many unhappy

Jrrlng was that Florida build- county residential property owners certificates ing consummated by parties un-
to find that tax of alcoholic bev-
totals for 1939 will break all are shocked Issued der the influence

''te records except 1925-26. As as old as 1895 unredeemedwhen erages.A I+

Jis service has frequently said against acreage and bill asking for the purchase,
are I
took place of hog
:lore ''he utility value of the ap- subdivision distribution and injection 'Hi
'Xlmutely 60 millions of building threatening loss of their be- cholera serum was also introduced v
each of the years 1937 ands unless they act under by Inman. I' &

: probably exceeded that of the for June 9. #

.. ,
0 car Carter, Cor.

Mr, and Mrs.\ Troy Hudson

Full AMBULANCE line of Caskets & Undertakers SERVICEDAY Supplies I Dcala the were week-end.visiting relatives hereover I / So easy to carry

Sg- pnr AND>:KJlP NIGHT--- "-PS I Jacksonville Misses Alma spent and Loin the weekendwith Johns of 1 e/ the six-bottle carton

O. It. BENNETT. P. B. and t. .

L. Johns. Gladys and Rosa Carter A six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola is as easy to

--- Misses
were visiting Mrs. Bernice Douglas aft- take home as the other good things you buy

of Heilbronn last / e at your favorite store. It will provide pure,
ernoon. e

I I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard r wholesome refreshment for all the family.
Starling were

YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c and shopping Miss in Starke Saturday aft- 17

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO I ernoon.daughter Mr./; and and Mrs. Dalton grandson Carter, Richard< and STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. I

PAYSmith's shopping In Starke
Carter were i

Saturday afternoon. -. -.... I Il Iv.

Everybody is Invited to Heir mjL '..' ,,', .. t
Garage I bronn Church Sunday preacher night.Wewill out. I l c r

have a new ,


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!\OTICH OF SALE! OF ,.; mis: and 1883 rf: >*p ctlvoljr; and; 1 sued th..renn. .., ._., ._ -'
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished TAX {''':U''IFI'TJlSI : r..pr"'H'nl unpaid tax,, fur the, Said corUfhatfl embraces. the following ( "''"'' -- -- ........

I Not lot Is hereby given that A. J. amounting to to $28..47.both. /lnolu"ive, county of described Bradford.property State of In FlorIda the- We need a better roed: yst..m :-.., < ... ,:.
Starling has fled with in. written AI.80: av of 8KV4 of NWVi\ Sec. to-wit: '
1877 request that the tax rertlflratPN together 26 Tp. 6 8. h, 22 E., 20 Acres. 8 A in 8W Cur of sVfYt of SEViS but how can ale get ,>'1
with all subsequent omittedor The taxes to be Hold are evidenced o. 14 Tp. 8 8. n. 22 E., 8 Acres it without overburdanj.ijthe \
MElABERrj. levied taxes held by the State by: certificate No. 342 of 19SO, more or less.
he advertised and sold to the highest .. and represent unpaid taxes for the The assessment.S'he. said prOperty Q. yer ? w'M -
111 PkESS ASSOCIAnON\\ hldder for cash. an provided by year 1920 to Itt3", both Inclusive ,under* .the Hard certificate Is- ).
Chapter 18296 of the 1917 acts of I amounting to 6689. sueaVwa In the name of J. II. . ,
the Legislature, upon the followtngd.eerlbed I ALSO: : W 1)4 A of NH! of SEU of Lawrence I"' ,,:}:L -- MBj
\)1) I real estate In the County 8WU of SW34 T Sec. tt Tp. 8 S. K. Unless said certificate shall be ( l The answer I is
3lottoa4d otidm'Published of Bradford State of Florida to- 22 11.. 2 Acrea.. redeemed according to law, the t '
wit: The tales to be Bold are evidenced property described therein will be 1\( '-"'- .:' LIMEROCKrockrbase /' L L'ini
Com. at SW Cnr of SEH of 8WUA by oartlftcate No 388 of lt31. old to the highest bidder at the \ .j : cast
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Run :K 220 yds N 80 yds., to 8 and represent unpaid taxes for the court house door on the; first Mon- '. :, roads
Boundary of Ward City Thence W years 1931 to 193K. both Inclusive, day In the month of June, 1939, '
Matter at the Pos Office at Starke, Florida I on said Boundary 220 yds, thence amounting to $17.43. which !. the 6th day at June 19J9. \ ,, leas.tobuild-less
.. .. 5 10 yds., to be,.. Bx East 100 feet A1 O> WH of HK4! of 8E% Sec. Dated thin 19lh day of April.. 1939. to modernize
I Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 E., 8 Acres. 27 T|>. t S. R.' 22 E.. 20 Acre. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas "' ::. than
E. L. Matthews-----------------Editor and Owner eVld.'ne-1. I The taxes to be Hold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad1'ordCounty. aJlynttr
The taxes to be sold are 4-21 6t 5-19 ..... Patient
and Florida. i
L_______ .. .. '' ed by certificate" No" 7* and 23 of 1060 by of certificate 1B28 182S ja and 216.1933 289 respectively J' J type Buiid-em :-l.: N
1930 and 1937 respectively, and represent -
No'ru'r) lirnerock1
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and represent unpaid taxes '
unpaid taxes for the years ,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance mounting 1929 to to 1939(37.92.both Inclusive, *- for the, year amounting 1927 to to 1939$52.92.' both Inclusive whom Notice It may la hereby concern given that I%o have all XA' J and save present, ';'

ALSO: Lot 1, !2 or EU of Blk 6 filed my Final Report and requestedmy J -'
Advertising Rates on ApplicationLET'S LAO< : NEo of NE% Sec. 22 Tp. Livingston Truby & CV Sub-DIv Final Discharge as Administratrix nd future 'f" to ;
6 S. n. 21 E., 40 Acres.. of NBVi of: NE4'! Sec. 28 Tp. 8. 8. R. : of Estate of Josephine Anders, I'
The taxes to be sold are evidenced 22 K. deceased. taxes. I J
nv certificate No. 49 of 1928 and The taxes to bo. Hold are evidenced That on 18th day of May 1939 v/ ;:, '
TRY TO KEEP THEM WITH US repiesi>nt unpaid taxes for the years by certificate Nod, 429 and 1184 will file Petition for Final Discharge \ ", d"i;;;
1927 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and aa administratrix! of said
If someone asked you today to help find places in local to $14574 represent unpaid taxes for the year estate. \.
ALSO: SW'/J/ of NEW\ of NWVi Sec. 19S1 to 1939, hotb Inclusive, amounting Nexcle Strickland. Adm'x. ." /
businesses, and industry for sixty-five new residents of the 21 Tp. 5 B, n. 22 E., 10 Acres. to $31.65. 4-21 4t 6-12 '''r7 l
The taxes to be "sold' are evidenced ALSO: Lot 3, 4 or W% of Blk 6 fJ J
county, you would probably give up in despair before you had by certificate Nos. 212 and 665 Livingston! Truby & CO'H. Sub-DIv. NOTIcE OF APPLICATION<< FOR
of 1DS2 and 1933 respectively, and of NKVt of NC344' Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S.K. TAX I'KKINnj ,
even fairly tackled the job. And yet, in effect, that is the represent unpaid taxes for the years 22 K, ( 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting The taxes to be Mold< are evidenced NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN J
problem that confronts the community this week. to $47.9A. by certificate NOH. 847 and 1135 That Charlie Man Johnson holder' ofTax
ALSO: Com. at NW Cor of 8WV4 of 1931 and 1933 renpectlvely and Certificate No. :268.: Issued the
Sixty-five young men and women, many of them with of NK'4 & Hun E 53 1-3 rods, S' 60 represent unpaid taxes for the 2nd., day of September A. 1>. 1935, A Clear Call for
rods W 63 1-S rods, N 60 rode to year 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive has filed same In my office and I
their school days behind them forever, leave B. II. S., todayto lie'. Sec. 22 Tp. G S. R. 23 E., 20 amounting to $52.39. has made application for a tax: deedto ,
Acres.The. ALSO: KV4 of SW% of NWW\ & he Issued thereon. r
begin the serious business of making a place for them taxes to he sold are evidenced W 25 Acre of SBVi of NWVi & E hy certificate No. 216 and 674 of of NWV4 of SWVi & W 25 Acre oiNE4 lowing described property In the
selves in the community. A few of them will continue their: 1929 and 1913 respectively, and represent of SW14 Kx. Road /Sec 18 TI). County of Bradford, State of Florida -
unpaid taxes for the years 7 S. R. 23 E., 85 Acres. to-wlti:
studies at colleges and universities, but for the vast majorityof 1928 to 1939, both Inclusive' amounting The taxes to be sold are evidencedby HW4 of SEVi of SW% Sec. 25 Tp.
to 9134. certificate No. 635 and 1434 of 5 S. n. 22 F.., 10 Acres, more or Ie".. the Their .
them, books and lectures are a thing of the past and it is ALSO: Lots 1.2,3,4. 7 B of elk 1932 and 1933 respectively, and r..pr..nt The assessment of the said property Lime rock bridges gap superior. traction tn.
1 Town of Lawtev. W of Ry., Sec. unpaid taxes for the year under the said certificate Issued between Florida's urgent surface treatment,
the old problem now that our grandparents expressed brut- 23 Tp. 5 8. R. 22 K. 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting wa In the name of Unknown. need for a betterroad system gives the highest known deg
The taxes to be sold are evidenced to $112.71. Unless said certificate shall be and the taxpayer's insistent gree Of non-skid softy.
ally, but aptly, as "root hog, or die. I by certificate No. 228 of 1931. and Said tax certificates together redeemed according to law. the demand for thoughtful They require only low cost; i
with all omitted or
represent unpaid taxes for the subsequent property described therein will be
It is a fine class that is being graduated from Bradford ,' veers 1910 to II! VI.! hoth Inclusive levied tames will be sold to the sold to the highest bidder at the economy in spending tax- maintenance necessary for 1;
amounting to $13 84. highest bidder at the Court house court house door on the first Mon dollars. any type of pavement yet r
County High School and we are proud of every member of ALSO: Diagonal Lot 8 Town of door In Btarke, on the 6th., day of day In the month of June. 1939, Limerock provides the way no properly constructed .
Lawtev W of Ry. Sec. 23 Tp. 6 8. May 1939, at 11:00: o'clock A. )\[. which Is the 6th day of June 1939. to have new roads and to Limerock-base highway hi' '
it. The very fact that they have completed twelve long n. 22 F.. D.Dated 1939.OFFICIAL. this IBtb, day of April A. Dated this 19th day of April, 1939. modernize old. roads yet ever failed in service.
The taxes to he sold are evidenced (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
years of schooling is evidence of their seriousness, ambition, \by certificate No. 234 of 1931, ( SEAL) rtA. J. Thomas Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford: to enjoy the double thrift of Insist that all new rood
and 123 of 1037 and represent unpaid Clerk of Circuit ou of BradfordCounty l County Florida. 4-21 St 5-19 an immediate saving in construction built in this section of'
and willingness to work-traits which will inevitably be car taxes for the years 1930 to Florida 4-21 3t 5-5 expense! and Florida be constructed with

ried over from their school days into their new careers. However $18 119.! .10.both Inclusive, amounting to NO'I'U' NOTIC'H OF'I'>\X\1.1'I.H'\1'10"":":11 Foil a future saving in the cost: a Limerock base. Get the
ALSO: RIof 8W<4 of NK'/i & TO WHOM IT MAY C'ONfEIlN:/ : Mennlv! 11111I". HllNOTICK : ) of modernizing. double economy ol lIme.It .
their period of adjustment will be a struggle at best, NEW of NRV4 of 8WK Sec. 26 Tp.. YOU WILL I'r-EASE TAKE IS IIKRIsnr: GIVEN.Thut :/. takes fewer tax-dollars rock. Make your tax JolUri
(5 S n. 22 R, 80 Acres.The NOTICE! That at the regular session Lyman (I. Feet holder of Tax to build a Limcrock-base work forever.
and it is up to us, who are already established in the com- taxes to be sold are evidenced of the Legislature of the Certificate No. 516, Ixxued the 2nd., road than it does to construct -
by certificate N"". 132 and 121 State of Florida now In session In day of July A. U. 1934: has filed rpermanent.ty
munity, to make conditions as encouraging for them as is of 1928 and 1938 respectively, and Tallahassee. Florida an Act will be same In my office. and has made any other so-called
represent unpaid taxes for the Introduced and If possible enactedIn application for a tax deed to be Issued pa highway. .r.;
humanly possible. years 1927 to 19U, both Inclusive the law prohibiting hunting except thereon. And because Limerock is elltlli.J
amounting to $125.85. on Mondaye.Vedne..daya and Said certificate embraces the following -
Show these graduates that you are genuinely interestedin ALSO: Soy of Lot BT Town of Friday of that period of time beginning described property In the everlasting ; because It .l" r.Q,7jI, r
Lawtey R of nv. In See's 23, 24, 25. with the 20th day of Nov County of Bradford, State of Florida simply does not wear out. r'1 E n rt
their future. Welcome them into the business life of the 28 Tp. 5 8. R. 22 K. ember and ending with the lut day to-wit: break up! or deteriorate with QLage.Limerockroad.c /
The taxes to be sold are evidenced of January of the following year in Lots 1. 2 of Hlk 7 or NV4 of SE% : ..tlesa ABOUT 'fIe!
community and offer them whatever employment you can. by certificate No. 788 of 1933 all Counties of the State of Florida of SEV4' Sea 13 Tp." 8 S. R. 22 JU., to widen and '
and represent unpaid taxes for the having a population of not lean 20 Acres, more or less. comforttLime fNFpgMAIIVE'f f ERO
Help make conditions pleasant enough and profitable enough years 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive, than 8,825 and not inure than 8,860, The assessment of the said property For riding (8
amounting to 3588. according to the State Census of under the said certificate Issued rock-base highways have no RIICINGLr'
that as few of them as possible will be forced to leave the ALSO! : :Wi4 of NE>4 of SWVt & the year 1935. was In the name of N. T. Sea- 'fOUSIRgiEgf;
All of NEVi of NEH of SW'4 W of I HOARD Op,* COUNTY C'OMMISSION- branch. L
community in search of greener pastures and greater fieldsof Ry. 22-4 A.. Sec. 26 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 I 10US OF BRADFORD COUNTY Unless said ,certificate shall be

opportunity. If Bradford County is to progress we must K.,The 23 taxes Acres to be sold are evidenced ,! FLORIDA.L. L. Conner, Chairman property redeemed described according therein to law will, the be /1.11JfjJ@ xatiw.
by certificate No. 792 of 1933. P. DJ Reddl.hMallory sold to the highest/ bidder at the
keep our young people in our midst, not force them to 'and represent unpaid taxes for the Thomas court house door on the first! Monday
1932 to 1939.: both Inclusive, R. S. Wttmlin In the month of June 19S9
years OCALAof
LEAVE in order to LIVE. We need everyone of those sixty- amounting to $51.90. T. D. Dyal 4-21 6t 5-19 which Is the 5th day of June, 1789.

five graduates. Let's make it possible for them: to stay with 2 W&AIiEOyofRlk68otR8 A I/SO: All WVi of nik 8 S of W n ,.NOTICE. .OF A.......<<'.VTION FOR (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 19th day) of A. April J. Thomas 1(39. Honda, I Inc. FLORIDA

lit NW14' of Rlk 6 H of R 8 W In TAX UE"U Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfordt'o"nty
usE! Temples Hub-niv Except S Acres (senate Illll Nu. KIS) -, Florida, --- _4-21_,fit II-III
Hold Mrs. Murrhee 8ec. 21 Tp. 8 8. NOTICE IS tIEREUY UIVKN.
o n. 22 E., 5 Acres. That Lyman a. Peet holder of Tax I
The taxes to be sold are evidenced Certificate No. 1614 issued. the 7th .
STRENGTHEN THE INFLUENCE OF THE HOME by certificate No. 988 of 1933 day of August A. D 1933, has filed -
und represent unpaid taxes for the same In my office and has made
1932 to 1939, both Inclusive application for a tax deed to be I Is-
Beginning Sunday and continuing for the next seven years :
amounting to $80.12. I I I
days is "Better Homes Week" which will be observed locally, ALSO: 2 A In NW Cor of SEW of '
851"6 A In 8W Cor of NEW' of '
as well as nationally throughout the United States. Acres.RE'.4 Sec, 29 Tp. II S. R. 22 b.., 7 NEW GfGIIER'VALUE 1J-olL Q JL. llwilflilJ

The taxes to be sold are evidenced
conditions certain
"Although peculiar in places, and the by certificate No. 638 of 1980,

circumstances of some families make it necessary that there and represent 1929 unpaid both taxes Inclusive for the

shall be apartments and tenements, it is strongly); felt that Amounting-years ALHOi, : N'Xj,toI06.87 of SWV4. of NWH Sec. r.. 9

the happiest and most wholesome home life i is possible fora 25 The Tp.taxes 8 8. R.to 22 be sold 10.! 20 are Acres.evidenced r COHEN ,BROTHERS.,

with children in detached hv certificate Noa. 68.1 and 1645 of '1.
family growing only a single- 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent f

family house. Such a house then should be the American I unpaid taxes for the year.. I GOODYEAR'SFAMOUS /
1929 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting
ideal, and should be made accessible to all American families to $311.".
Said tax certificates together with
." These are thoughts expressed by Virginia P. Moore, nil subsequent omitted or levied "G-3"
taxes will be sold to the highest
state chairman of Better Homes in America. Milder at the Courthouse door In Jr Eves: '\'.'.0- BLUE-
Starke, on the 12th., dnv of May 0.it

"The future history of America will be shaped in a large If31 Dated at 11:00 this: o'clock the 22nd.A. .M. day of ALL-WEATHERI O\\ t\t\q 0\\.0 .

the character of its homes she continues. "It April, 1939.COFFrCIAr.. ,
measure SEAL) A.1. Thomas, I \

may be said in general that if we continue tube a home-I County.Clerk of Florida.28 Circuit Court of tlradford St BtNOTICIO RUNS MORE MILES AT Win F: ,\01\\. : ,foa1t1Y

ing people we shall have the strength of character .
only from a wholesome family life, and our development will CERTIFICATES Q .Ge
Notice Is hereby given that JohnA. V1\
be sound in the right direction. This means that our homes Andrews, has flied with me RIBBON'
written request that the tax certificates
must be convenient and comfortable that however modest \0.-.
) together/ with all subsequentomitted FOR ...,
levied taxes held by the,
they may be, they must be places of beauty, that they must Mtate be or advertised and sold to the 24 YEARS -0(
bidder for cash provided
represent to individuals and families the center of their affections highest by Chapter 18296 of the a.1937 acts ?

and loyalty, that they must provide daily training in of the described Legislature real upon estate the In following the THE ,

wise planning, cooperation and the service of others' County, to-wit of :Bradford 8KK of, State SWV4 eT Sec.Florida 34Tp. ii; LEADER

6 8. It. 20 E., 40 Acres. (( SAL\ E
These beautifully expressed thoughts should be given The taxes to- be sold are evidenced 's IN SALESIN
I by certificate NOB. 24 and 58 of
careful consideration by parents in an age when it is becoming 1928 and 1934 respectively and r..pr..nl SERVICEIN
unpaid taxes for the years
increasingly difficult to maintain the integrity of the ,1927 to 1914 both Inclusive amount- VALUe
Ing to $97.87 .
home in the face of greater individual freedom and disturb- ALSO: NH of SW% of NWU See. {
25 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E., 20 Acres. I
ing outside influences. There is a famed triumvirate that The taxes to be sold are evidenced r
by certificate Nos. 2S7 and IIS I
shapes the destiny of man, and no one factor is of less importance of 1932 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent r
unpaid taxes for the FRONT-PAGE NEWSTO STARTS MONDAY May 1st
than the other. That triumvirate is'the home, the years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive,

church and'the school. Each will be ineffectual in its amounting to $71.78. WISE MOTORISTS* I
largely ALSO: WH of NEH of SE% of

influence without the support and cooperation of the other NEI4 Sec.& KW 26 Tp.of NWV B S. R.of 33 HEH K.. of 10 HERE'S a new "c. ALL- For months we've been thinking learning it-working on

two. Functioning together properly, however, they are all- Acre.The taxes to be sold are evidenced WEATHER stronger it-asaembling the merchandile-planning the offerings that

powerful and cannot help but turn out men and women in by certificate Nos. 369 and 796 longer wearing a better ifc will eclipse the values presented in previous "Blue Ribbon"i
---- ----
whose hands it will be safe to leave the destiny of our nation. ENJOY YOUR -MEALS tire than last year' bestseller sales.

Acld-Ind IgeUon causes people yet yours now at .11

-- much suffering and unhapplnesa. lower prices! """' r I** emphasize< this: NEW merchandise of the highest type wil!

THE DECALOG OF MAHATMA GANDHIThe I Yet to those with be offered in this
acquainted Don't drive your old \ sale the kind you have a right to expect
Great Indian leader Mahatma Blama-Rex this common affliction mark. from UI in instances
Gandhi was asked to tires past the danger y mony AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN
outline his ten rules for an ideal life With modesty he replied -, know holds the prompt little ,terror thorough for they and Get "(;.3" safety TODAY. I I .,.1 YEARS!

it would be presumptions for him to "lay down rules for ;effective; relief this excellent anti- You have Goodyear's"Lifetime "ei''

the conduct of others, but I don't mind telling you what my acid preparation brings. Guarantee"plus n Make your plans now to join the crowds from all sections of

They have experienced the our own! Be smart- = Florida and Southern Georgia Be here
own rules of conduct have been. They were as follows: Monday to partici
comfort and freedom of BUY NOWIDYTHEEUiSAYE I to the
amazing ,- pate fullest extent in this dramatic annual sore!
"((1)) Fearlessness. the scientific four-way action of --

"((2) Truth. ma-Rex... MONEY! '. .,
"((3)) Belief in the equality of all mankind. I I Buy BIsmrt-Rex at Carpenter's OPEN MONDAY NIGHT Until 9:00

"((5)) Adherence to life's law that one's bread must be the Rexall Drug Store in Starke, ,
earned by the sweat of one's brow. I I' It'. exclusive! agency.BEASLEY .v_ See 16-Page Special Edition inSunday's "

"((6)) Abstaining from the possession of things for them I.. l I I r

selves. & GAY Times-Union

"((7)) Restraint of the palate, that is, eating for the mere Service Station LOW -
sustenance of the body and abstaining from intoxicating "=" -',.
Seve et Me S).. ** She GHq_ Dlamm
drinks and drugs, such as opium and tobacco. Washing:,. Polishing,

to serve" ((8))his Swadcshi neighbor., the belief that man's primary duty is Greasing-Standard Register Motor Co. T .<< nJ.JPtb.

i Oil Products -
((9)) Ahimsa, which may be translated into English as I ROAD SERVICE ,

love. ..-. -* .
Our Greasing Jobs are done Telephone 103

"(10 Bramacharya, which may be inadequately expressed with the best grease moneycan I

as chastity" I I buy. STARKE, = FLORIDA



EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.- _.__FLORIDA______cC"_____ __- ,n __ .__ 1"nIDAl'URn. z&'1kii
---" --- ---- -

I %o'rl'I11u';" OP- of-1 :;; a ; 1931 respectively, and 1! sued thereon. the following tjju gjgjaaiMHMBM. ii*" -" -- i-MI
-ii f the Said certlfl.ati inliraruH
for :
Bradford Counttelegraph TAX (KirrlrlfATK [ represent unpaid taxi "
In the
Notice' I* hereby given that A. 3. yi amounting>ar < UU to to $28.4 1839, both inclusive. County of described Uradfoid' property 1, State' of FlorId We need a better roed:: system

Starling, nan filed with me writtenrocnieot ALSO: 8V4 of SEW of NWV* Sec : but how con VIe get
Established 1877 A'I
of .
that the tax certlfh-at N together 26 Tp. B 8. It. 22 E., 20 Acres. 9 SW Co. of 8WM
with nil ..ul.'.ouent omittedor The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I Sec 14 Tp. 8 B. II. 22 E., 8 Acres it without overburoaiijnrjYU!
MEMBER1ti1A4PkESS: levied taxes held by tho State by certificate No. 342 of 1030 more or Ie..". -
I Ii'jw
be advertised and Hold to the highest and represent unpaid taxes for the The assessment ojf-lne said prop-, the). Q. yer'i .
bidder for ri>Hh an provided by 1. under, said certificate Is
ASSOCIATION yearn 1929\ to IV'4'! both inclusive erty .the .. ,.
Chapter 18298 of the 1837 act of amounting to $65.89. sued Ava In the name of J. H. ... ?
Legislature, upon the following ALSO: W 1% A of NV4, of SEV4 of Lawrence '( ''t.f* The
\J'' dencrlbcil/ r.al estate In the Countyof SWVi Sec- 22 Tp. 6 s K. I Unless said certificate shall beredeemed ? answer I, ;
Otwa.t 1ot/Lrf6 Uradford State of Florida, to- BW1of Acres. according to law the c 1. .' '
wit: The taxes to be Hold are evidenced 'property described therein will be 1.\\( ,J. LIMEROCKLime.rockbase / .
Com. at SW Cor of 8EV4 of SVTVtA by certificate No. S8S of 1832 sold to the highest bidder at the roads
and---E'ntered '
Published Weekly on Fridays as Second Class Run R 220 yd*. N 80 yd*., to 8 and represent unpaid taxes for the court house door on the first Mon- cost
Boundary of Ward City Thence W years 1931 to 193K both Inclusive, day In the month of June U39. 4 A. less.to build, ) -less
Matter at the Office at Starke Florida of June, 1939.
Post on said Boundary 220 yd*, thence amounting to 117.43.: which Is the 6th day
8 80 yd*., to b....., Ex Kant, 100 feet. AL8Q WU of HKVi of SE% Sec Dated this 19th day of April. 1139. : to modernize than
-- Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. H. 20 E., t Acres. 27 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., 20 Acre. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas z .other
E. L. Matthews_____________________Editor. and Owner I Hold evidenced The taxe to be sold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit:: Court of Bradford any >erm nent.f .
The taxes to be are .-21 5t 6-111 k '
I by certificate No, 7* and 23 of by certificate No. 218.1933 28$ and County Florida % ; type road. Build _
-- 1060 of 128 1929 and respectively -
1080 and 1037 respsctlvely I and repr."t LimerockY "
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and represent unpaid taxes NOTICE with \

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance 129 to unpaid 193K\ taxes tenth for.Inclusive the yearn amounting cluMve for the year amounting 1937 to to 1939$52.92.both In* 1 whom Notice It may la hereby toncern given that I to..11 have \ I J and save present ? ',
to $37.92.
ALSO: Lot 1, :2 I or Ely of Blk 6Livingston : filed my Final Report and: requestedmy \\i J 3nd
Advertising Rates on ApplicationLETS ALSO: NKV4: of NEVl Sec. 22 Tp. Truby & Co's. Sub-Dly Final Discharge ae Administra future n'-\ ;
1 B S. II. 21 R, 40 Acred. of NUU' of NKft Sec. 28 Tp. 6. S. R I trix of Estate of Josephine Anders ; taxes/J ',
The taxed to he sold are evidenced 22 E I deceased. ]
of and The taxes to b. sold are evidenced 13th day of May 1939 ; .
hv certificate No. 49 1828 I That on '"" ." '
TRY TO KEEP THEM WITH US renrenont. unpaid taxes for the. years ed certificate Nos 429 and 1184 will file Petition for Final Discharge ; '
I 1827 to 1031, both Inclusive, amounting of 1932 and 1933 respectively and' as administratrix of *aldNexzie t.)4. ''
If someone asked you today to help find places in local to 1145.74 represent unpaid taxes for the year I .atate.
ALSO: SWV of NKVi of NVfVi' Sec. 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng Strickland Adm'x. ; 1Ytlj
businesses and for residents of the to $31.65. 4-21 4t 512NOTICK .,
industry sixty-five new 21 Tp.' 6 R. n 22 E.. 10 Acre rr
} The. taxes to be Hold are' evidenced ALSO: Lot S, 4 or W'-t of Blk S
county, you would probably give up in despair before you had hv certificate No. 212 and 665 Livingston, Trilby & Co's. Kub-Dtv. OF APPl.lCVrlO'V FOR Ice i
of 1912 and IftlS: respectively, andrenreHent of NU"4' of NKV Sec. 28 Tp. II S. TAX KKU
s even fairly tackled the job. And yet, in effect, that is the unpaid taxes for the years K. 22 H.. (senate Illll N... 103) ____ ,
both Inclusive, a- The taen to be Bold are evidenced -, NOTICE IS I _
1831 to 1939 rE
problem that confronts the community this week. mmmtlne to 4790. by certificate No.. 347 and 1135 That Charlie Mae Johnson YhlJ of
I ALSO: Pom. at NW Cor of I.'IW'Io of 1031 and 1033 renpectlvely and Tax Certificate No. 268, Issued the
Sixty-five young men and women, many of them with of NF.v & Run 13 K3 1-3 rod, S 60 represent. unpaid talus fur the 2nd., day of "September A. D. 193ft A Clear Call foJ'Jlil@ll@rt
I 1930 to 1919 both Inclusive, In office and I
rod. W 63: 1-3:! rod. N 60 rods to years has same my T
their school days behind them forever, leave B. II. S., today I HURT. Sec. 22 Tp. 1S.. It. 22 .13., 20 amounting to $52.30. has made application for a tax deedto
Acres, ALSO: EV4 of WJi' of NW% & be Issued thereon. '
to begin the serious business of making a place for them- The taxes to .lie sold are evidenced W 25 Acre of SEVi of NWVi & EV4 Said certificate embraces the following k
by certificate. No. 216 and 674 of of NWV of BWW & W 25 Acres of described property In the 7 .
selves in the community. A few of them will continue their 1929! and JlU3 respectively and represent NEK of SWVi\ Kx. Road See 18 Tp I County of Bradford State of Flor-
unpaid taxes for the years 7 S.' R. 22 E., 85 Acre. ida to-wltl
studies at colleges and universities, but for the vast majority 1928 to 1914 both Inclusive, amounting The taxes to be oM are evidencedby SWVi of SEVi of SWVi.. Sec. 25 Tp.
to $91,34.AtSO certificate No. 635 and 1434 of 5 S. R. 22: E., 10 Acre, more or lens. Lime rock brlJges the gap superior Their trait,ion_ten.
I of them, books and lectures are a thing of the past and it is : Lot 1. 2, :3. 4. 7, S of Rlk. 1032 and 1933 respectively and represent The assessment of the said. prop- Florida' urgent tured surface tii..tment
unpaid taxes for the year certificate Issued -
1 Town of Lawtev W of Ry., Sec. erty under.the said
the old problem now that our grandparents expressed brut- 23 Tp.' 6 8. R. 22 1 13, 1931 to 1938 both Inclusive amountIng was In the name of Unknown. need for a better road system gives the highest known dev
The taxes to be sold are evidenced to $112.71. Unless said certificate shall be and the taxpayer's insistent gree of non-skul, '.dety
ally, but aptly, as "root hog, or die." I I by certificate No. 228 of 1931 andr..nr."ent Said lax certificate. together redeemed according to law the demand for thoughtful 'They require only boa COlt
unpaid taxes for the with all subsequent omitted or property described therein will be tax- maintenance
It is a fine class that is being graduated from Bradford I I veers. 1910 to 1'1:19: >, troth Inclusive! levied taxes will be Bold to the sold to the highest. bidder at the economy in spending of necnsarv, (for
amounting to U8 S4. highest bidder at the Court house court house door on the first Mon- dollars. any pavement yet
County High School and we are proud of every member of ALSO: manorial Lot 8 Town of door In "'Htarke on the 6th., day of day In the month of June 1919 Limerock provides the way no properly constructedto
Lawtev W of Ily Sec. 23 Tp. 5 S. May 1039 at 11:00: o'clock A. 81.Dated which Is the 5th day of June 1939. have new roads and to Llmerock-basi! highuuj hit
it. The very fact that they have completed twelve long R. 22 E this 15th day of April. A. Doted this 19th day of April. 1939. modernize old roads yet .ever failed in service
The. taxes to be Hold are evidenced D. 1939. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma
years of schooling is evidence of their seriousness, ambition, by certificate No. 234 of 1931, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas' Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad fordCounty. to enjoy the double thrift of Insist that all new raid
and 123 of 1937. and represent unpaid Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty l Florida 4-21515.19 en Immediate saving in construction built in this section of-
and willingness to work-traits which will inevitably be car- taxes for I the. years 1980 to Florida. 4-21 at 66NO'I'J.t expense and Florida be constructed with
K19, both inclusive, amounting: to NOTIC-F OF ti"i'i.irTioFOII future saving in the cost a Limerock base, Get the
ried over from their school days into their new careers. However $18.18. 'I"\X i>i<:i-u a double oi
ALSO: S", of RW'!, of NR'4 & TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : ("....nt. Illll ,,.. .11:1): of modernizing. economy Lime.
their period of adjustment will be a struggle at best, NK<% of NK'4 of SWH Sec. 25 Tp. YOn WILL PLEASE ,TAKE NO..rCIIH. HKItEPY. OIVRN. It takes fewer tax-dollars rock. Make jour iu\.Jolldn
5 R. R. 22 H., 30 Acre NOTICE That at the regular nea- That Lymnn (I I. >>eet holder of Tax to build a Limerock-base work forever.
and it is up to us, who are already established in the com- The taxes. to be sold are evidenced lon of. the Legislature of the Certificate No. 516 Issued. the 2nd., road than it does to con ... -
hv certificate. NOR. 132 and 121 State of Florida. now In neKHlon. In day of July A. D. 1(134( : has. filed called !
munity, to make conditions as encouraging for them as is of 1928 and 1938 respectively and Tallahassee" Florida, an Act will be name. In my office and hns made struct any other so.
represent unpaid taxes for the Introduced and If possible enactedin application for a tax deed to be Issued permanent-tyra highway. ..r.:
humanly possible. years 1927 to 1019.: both Inclusive the law prohibiting: hunting except thereon. And because Limerock is ehq ; I
amounting to 1125.85. on Monday, "Wednandaya and Said certificate embraces the following everlasting; because it .r rOdayf II
Show these graduates that you are genuinely interestedin ALSOS'4(, of Lot 67 Town, of Friday of that period of time beginning described property In the does not wear' out, r" ''E (l I
Lnwtey I 1Jr Rv. In Sec' 23, 24, 25, with the 20th day of Nov County of Bradford, State: of Florida simply i
their future. Welcome them into the business life of the 26 Tp. 5 8. R. 22 13. ember and ending with the lt day to-wit: a break up or deteriorate with AD D()() 1./
The taxes. to be sold are evidenced of January of the following year, in Lots 1, 2 of Blk 7 or NU of REVt age Limerock roads cost less 0 U T
community and offer them whatever employment you can. by certificate No. 718 of 1933: all Counties of the.State of Florida of SEVi: Sea 13 Tp. 8 S. K. 22 E., to widen and modernize. INFO L '1mtrlel
and represent unpaid taxes for the having a population of not less 20 Acres more or less. Lime- RMATIVE. eN
Help make conditions pleasant enough and profitable enough years 1932 to 113ft. both Inclusive than 8,825 and not more than 8.85O The assessment. of the said prop- For riding comfort $T
amounting to $35.88. according to the State Census ofthe erty under the said certificate issued rock-base highways have no RIICINGL r' lUY
that as few of them as possible will be forced to leave the ALSO: Vfy', of NE>i of SWVI & year 1086.HOAIID wa in the name of N. T. Sea- I B1 EJ
All of of W of : OF COUNTY COMMISSION- bran..h.UnleN".
community in search of greener pastures and greater fieldsof Sty. 22V, A., Sea 26 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 KRS OF BRADFORD COUNTY, "said certificate shall berede..med {} 1-
E., 23 Acres. according to law the
opportunity. If Bradford County is to progress we must The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced FLORIDA.L.. L. (Conner. ChairmanP. property described therein will he J Jfligfl@
D.Reddlnh sold. to the highest bidder at the /
by certificate No. 792 of 1933 I'
keep our young people in our midst, not force them to and represent unpaid taxes for the I Mallory Thomas court house door on the first Monday
years. 1932: to 1939.: both Inclusive, R. B. Wamlin In the month of June, 1939, OCALA
LEAVE in order to LIVE. We need everyone of those sixty- amounting to 5190. T. D. Dial 4-21 Ct B-19 which I I" the 6th day of June, 1939.
I A1.SO.: All W,/i of nik 6 S. of R Dated this 19th day of April 1919. of FloridaInc.. I FLORIDA
five graduates. Let's make it possible for them to stay withus 2 W&Al1EtynfT3lkGSoff3< W I NOTICE ,OF AI'IM.K'\TION FOIt (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas
NW>4 of Hlk 6 H of R 3 W In TAX UKt:1J Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradtordenllnty.
Temples Suh-Plv Rxcept 5 Acres I (Mrniite Illll N" Kill: Florida 4.21 lit 6.19
.sold Mrs Murrhee, Sec 21 Tp. 6 S. I NOTICE! IS HEREBY UIVEN. ---
o R. 22 13., 6 Acres That Lyman Q. Feet holder of Tax.
The taxes to be sold are evidenced Certificate. No. 1614 issued the 7th I
STRENGTHEN THE INFLUENCE OF TilE HOME by certificate No 988 of 1933 I day of August A. D. 19.13 has flied '
and represent unpaid taxes for the same In my office and haw made
Beginning Sunday and continuing for the next seven years 1932 to I 1934 both Inclusive, application I for a tar deed to be InNEW -
amounting to $80.12.ALSO I I
days is "Better Homes Week" which will be observed locally, : 2 A In NW for of 8K:<4 of I ,
A 5 A In SW 'or of NKV, of '
as well as nationally throughout the United States. si.1 Acres:' ,Sec. 29rp, II 8. R. 22 E., 7 HIGHER'VALUE 1JnlL tkc llwif.er1 !

The taxes to lie. sold. are evidenced .
"Although peculiar, conditions in certain places, and the by certificate No., 538 of 1930.

circumstances of families make it that there and represent unpaid. taxes for the
some necessary' :" year 1921) to IIII: !!, both Inclusive, !
shall be apartments and tenements it is strongly felt that amounting to$106 87. I
I ALHO: NU., of HWVi' of NW'% See. f' .
the happiest and most wholesome home life is' possible ford I 25 The Tp. taxes 8 H.; It.to 22 be sold 13. 20 are Acres.evidenced; COHEN ,BROTHERS

with children in detached bv certificate No, 683 and 1645 of ,
a family growing only a single- ; 1930 and 1933: respectively and represent hj

family house. Such a house then should be the American I unpaid taxes for the. year I GOODYEAR'SFAMOUS -
1929 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting -
ideal, and should be made accessible to all American fami to $38.54.
Raid tax certificates together with (
lies." These are thoughts expressed by Virginia P. Moore, all subsequent omitted or levied. "G-3"
taxes will be Hold to 'the highest
state chairman of Better Homes in America. bidder at the Courthouse door In eve a ze. BLUE
Starke, on the 12th., dnv of May 4T
"The future of America will be in I9.l'l.: at 11:00: o'clock A. 110[. q '
history shaped large
a I Dated this the ,,12I1d.! day of ALLWEATHERI I 01481" a1u0 .

measure by the character of its homes," she continues. "It April 1939.IIWI.o'ICIA.81.ojot.. .) A. J. Thomas, I ,

may be said in general that if we continue to be a home-lov- Clerk County of Florida.Circuit Court 4.28 of Bradford:3t 6-12 RUNS. MORE MILES AT w XL

ing people we shall have the strength of character that comes
only from a wholesome family life, and our development will CRHTIKIC'ATKS' Q1)a
Notice la. h"r.byIven that JohnA. T1Cw5'
be sound in the right direction. This means that our homes Andrews, has filed with me T' RIBBON
written request that the tax certlflcaten -
must be convenient and comfortable, that however modest together with all subsequent FOR \ ,
omitted or levied taxes held by the,
they may be, they must be places of beauty, that they must State be advertised. and sold to the 24 YEARS
bidder for cash.
a* providedby
represent to individuals and families the center of their af- Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts f

fections and loyalty, that they must provide daily training in of ing the descrtned Legislature real upon estate the In follow the JS' THE '...

wise planning, cooperation and the service of others" County, to-wit of :Bradford SK>4 of, State SWVi.. oT Sec.Florida :34- LEADER

Tp. 6 S. R. 20 E., 40 Acres. SALE
These beautifully expressed thoughts should be given The taxes. to be sold are evidenced ,
I by certificate No. 24 and 58 of
careful consideration by parents in an age when it is becom- 11128! and 1934 respectively. and represent SERVICE
unpaid taxes for the years
ing increasingly difficult to maintain the integrity of the 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive amount- I IN VALUCFAONTPAOC
Ing to $97.87 .
home in the face of greater individual freedom and disturb- ALSO: NH of 8Wt& of NWV See.
25 Tp. 5 S, R. 23: E.. 20 Acre. i
ing (outside influences. There is a famed triumvirate that The taxes to be sold are evidenced _
by certificate No*. 257 and 175
shapes the destiny of man, and no one factor is of less importance of 1932 and 1933: respectively and f
represent unpaid taxes for the STARTS MONDAY 1st
than the other. That triumvirate lathe home, the years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive NEWS i

church, and'the school. Each will be largely ineffectual in its amounting ALSO: W4 to $71.78.of NEK of SEV4 of TO WISE MOTORISTS

influence without the support and cooperation of the other 'N NJ.4 See.A E4 III Tp.of NW S a*. It.f 22Fl., of 10 HEM'S a new "G-3" ALL- For months we've been thinking dreaming it-working on

I two. Functioning together properly, however, they are all- Acres The taxes to b. sold are evidenced WEATHER stronger assembling the merchandise-planning the offerings that

powerful and cannot help but turn out men and women in by certificate No. 269 and 796 longer wearing, a better +.... will eclipse the values presented in previous "Blue Ribbon"

whose hands it will be safe to leave the destiny of our nation. ENJOY YOUR MEALS tire than last year's bestseller .t sales

I Acld-lndlgelJUon; causes people yet yours now at ..av
much guttering and unhappiness. lower prices I .. t We emphasize this: NEW merchandise of the highest type wil!

THE DECALOG OF MAHATMA GANDHIThe I Yet to those acquainted with Don't drive your old 4 be offered in this sale the kind you hove a right to expect

Great Indian leader, Mahatma Gandhi, was asked to Blsma-Rex, this common affliction tires past the danger mark. t from us in many instances AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN

outline his ten rules for an ideal life. With modesty he replied -'I know holds the prompt little terror thorough, for, they and Get 0-3" safety TODAY. ,.1 YEARS!

it would be presumptions for him to "lay down rules for 'I effective relief this excellent anti- You have Goodyear'a .

the conduct of others, but I don't mind telling you what my I) acid preparation brings. "Lifetime Guarantee" 1' Make your plan now to Join the crowds from all sections of

They have experienced the plus our ownl! Be imart- Florida and Southern participate
own rules of conduct have been. They were as follows: Georgia Be here Monday to
amazing comfort and freedom of BUY NOWI ... to the fullest extent in this dramatic annual sale!
"((1)) Fearlessness. I the scientific four-way action of j e

"(2)) Truth. Blama-nex.. MY THE un-SAYE MONEY! .: r
"(3)) Belief in the equality of all mankind. I I Buy Hlarna-Rex at Carpenter'sthe OPEN MONDAY NIGHT Until 9:00 (

"((5) Adherence to life's law that one's bread must be ;' the Drug Store In Starke

earned by the sweat of one's brow. I it's exclusive agency.BEASLEY '" -r- See 16-Page Special Edition. m

((6) Abstaining from the possession of things for them 1- l l I

selves. *" & GAY Sunday's Times-Union

"((7) Restraint of the palate, that is, eating for the mere Service Station I tow60ITIIICHVALUE I -" '.

of the and abstaining from intoxicating '"'='"' : I
sustenance body
.... ft ... lIe ef f.. 6e* Ve.r OI.s.ead

drinks and drugs, such as opium and tobacco. Washing. Polishing.GreasingStandard,

((8)) Swadeshi, the belief that man's primary duty is
Register Motor Co. I 4. nJ1JPt lj$

to serve his neighbor. I .
Oil Products
((9)) Ahimsa, which may be translated into English as'I I ROAD SERVICE f I

love. .ttMeww--- -., j i Our Greasing Jobs are done Telephone 103 JACKSONVILLE-FLORIDAPAGE

"((10 Bramacharya, which nay be inadequately express! with the best grease moneycan I

ed as chastity' I I l buy. STARKE, FLORIDA

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