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: May 5, 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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I Mae Fifer, secretary of ,

I! CES the local Townsend Club, yesterday DISAGREE

made the following statement:

! The mass meeting: Tuesday night ProlongsSeasonfiradiord

I\ RENGIHEN was well-attended and our members OVER SPLIT _
heard the truth from George

Vose, a speaker from national Berry Market Strengthens As (

armers' .J/arket III headquarters."Now that. the Starke Club has I Proposed Legislation Adverse Weather Conditions I

Second JVeek of its 'housecleaning' all over with I Opposed By School Hit Competitive Slates '

Operation we are going to proceed with some OfficialsThe
wonderful strides in the near future I Sleet. snow rain, and hail in North Carolina early this I

.finitely jncouraglng, after a in this community. The same week that saw the I Scenes like the above will continue here for some time as competitive 1 week gave a new lease" on life to the Bradford strawberry ,

dismally low prices, the business houses must join us, State settle Its squabble over diVision states further north suffered this week from freak weather season and brought buyers scurrying back to Starke and

"market I k Of, strengthened healthily otherwise they are retarding of the race track fund saw conditions. j. Lawtey a few days after they had departed for what appear-
business recovery for themselvesas I ed to be A few
smiles to the three official boards of Bradford greener pastures. growers who had already
ue day, bringing well as nationally County begin to air differences of plowed up all, or part, of their berries, began to bemoan their

S of buyers and sellers alikehe opinion as to how the twenty-odd I CITY ASKSREFUND ASK DEFEATOF j haste as prices strengthened and indications were that shipping -

I State Farmers' Market here COUNTY GETS thousand dollars sent here annually I I would be prolonged here for another week or ten days.
w in Its second from. this source should be GRAHAMCONSOLIDATION Production, partly beuause of

t fut operation since reopening. I recent heavy rains, fell off sharply -
Fust as it broke split.On
mysteriously i I
Thursday night. November PROTEST
April 28, from 1. I to only 7,320 crates for the.week's .
Ve hamper. the bean total from Starke and Law
SOc a
to meeting of the Bradford County
Iket began a steady rise dayre MONEY Board of County Commissioners, I SCHOOLS tey. less than half of that harvested -
yesterday food the Board of County Bond Trus- In the preceding seven-day
Illty bringing 85c.: and a few I Used Election To Decide <.rlod. Prices from $1.50
tees, and the Board of Public Instruction EARLYOPENING p ranged
Ing as high as $1. Somejrket of More Than $9,000 Released was held in the court On Road 28 Curbs Issue Ne.dTucsday to 200. with the bulk of the

attaches were hopeful house. Bond Trustees appealed I and Gutters movement going at $1.75. Thewet'k'R
throughout the re- Here As Suit I .
teady climb to members ofthe other two gross receipts" were estimated

nder of the week. Is Dismissed boards for a cut-in on the race The City Council Tuesday night A group of citizens from Graham Board Hears Several at $12,810.Shipments .

During the Past seven days the track revenue stating that county j this week addressed the following -I Delegations At to northern markets
I decided to ask the''.State Legislature -
Jrket has handled 6,000 pack- Early Wednesday morning there roads and bridges in the county message as "a sincere appeal Meeting had practically ceased by the latter .
is of produce divided approxl- was a check in the mall for Brad-I were in a deplorable condition and I to reimburse the City of to the best people of --- part of last week, with some

jlely as follows: 500 squash at ford County In the amount of $9- i that the trustees had no funds Starke in the amount of $12,000 Starke": I A delegation of school patrons, rowers mill taking advantage of

Average, price of 60c; 800 bushels 863.76, representing Its share of I with which to repair them be- j representing money expended on "We, the majority of the 'old with Mrs. K. G. Duncan aa spokesman the l-und-your-crate.-back" proposition .

Linn i potatoes at an average of State race track funds that had cause of decreased ad valorem, tax ) the construction of'curbs and gutters time' citizens of Bradford County appeared before the School advanced by buyers for

B5; 4JOO hampers of beans at been impounded since March be- collections in recent years. |I on State Road 28 within the who are taxpayers and qualified Board at Its meeting Monday afternoon tlie "local" markets. Bradford's

(average of 60c. Figured,on cause of a suit instituted by Minutes of the meeting were j II action takenat voters of Sub School District No. to protest the opening date strawberry season was conceded
b basis, gross receipts to grow- Charles E. Wiggins of Miami. read that the Commissioners and city limits. The was 11, do most respectfully and sin of the Starke school, which has to be a thing of the pant, and It

[auld be $4,120 for the week's I Wiggins withdrew the suit from! I the School Board agreed to give the request of a group ot prop- cerely appeal to you for aid In been set for the first Monday In was being prepared for a dignified

8 at the market.ean the State Sspreme Court after the I the Trustees "a portion" of the I erty owners along' the route of helping us to vote down the move August. Previously, the term has burial until 1040.

, : production Is now at its : small-county. bloc In the State race track revenue and that a I this highway. of a minority to consolidate our begun here on the first MondayIn Then suddenly early this week,

k.[ Large shipments are also I legislature had threatened defeat.I committee of one member from I! The resolution adopted by the Graham school with the Starke September, but the Hoard recently returning truck drivers began to

tig loaded at Brooker but no i of every bill Introduced .by the each board should be appointedto Council sets forth that no provision school. I changed the date in an ef. bring back strange tales of snow

finite! figures are available on 'Dade County delegation unless the draft a special act to be introduced was made by the State Road "We believe that each and every fort to curtail attendance losses and Ice In the CarolLnas-.-.stories

movement Cucumbers are money was Immediately released. at the current legislative' Department for the purpose of community in Bradford County prevalent here during the straw which were extremely difficult to

t beginning to appear, and Many of the details concerningthe session to provide for the new constructing such curbs and gut- should have and maintain its own berry harvesting season. believe\ on the first day of May,

dbook Lima beans, which,have Wiggins suit are still pretty division. ters and that in order to protect school for the betterment of Its School Board members believe but which were soon verified In
of but it is the health of citizens of Starke community, as well as its Government market '
Jet looked better in this area much a mystery, gen- I Commissioners and Bond Trustees own that If the opening date of B. H. reports and
believed that Dade j the forced to Issue bonds children, until the children are by buyers who to
i hurrying to maturity. erally County' are agreed that the general City was S., Is moved up a month, allowing began return to
Interests had the money held up I I In the amount of $12,000 to provide far enough, advanced to go Into 11 the local scene. Bradford's berry
L. Gentry, manager of the I understanding at the November children to be free the latter part
I as a weapon to force the small these necessities, and to prorate higher school. And we will have season had been given an unexpected -
}rket announced yesterday that I meeting was for the race track of March, It will help solve the attendance
i S. M. Jones Produce Co., of county delegations to support a I money to be divided equally be- I I and assess adjacent property ours If you good people of Starke problem which threatensto but welcome, "shot in the
for the of will to the on May 9, and arm," and
week. paying polls predictions thatIt
five-day racing I owners purpose go were
wbern, N C. will be represent- tween the three boards. Holdover j cut school revenue here next
j the bonds. help us vote down and defeat a might )linger on for another
Half of Bradford's 19,863.70will
by a buyer who will make I members of the School Board, year around $3,000. The State
irke his headquarters during; the go to the School Board, and however. admit they remember Since the State toad Depart selfish and wasteful move to con- pays the county 25c for each day's week or ten days,

tiulnder ot the aea.>j41, amT'Who the other half tQ.tbijttVq.nty'l:; Com i hearing that onethird"split discussed -I ment Is noWpaylnlr r. the construction solidate our school. that attendance of each plpll, but whena Totals for the season now stand
'missioners. The tfdy'sum of $4- I of curbs and gutters along "We also feel already ut 4,978,516 pints, for which "
|I be able to handle from 600 but deny they understood I pupil drops out, this amount Is grow-
1,000 hampers of beans a day. 931.88 will relieve tension considerably -I, there was any definite agreement j I the route of state highways overcrowded conditions in your I automatically cut off era have received nn approximate
In the offices of the School the Council feels Starke school will surely justify return of $326,010.
e manager also stated that | to that effect. They stated Monday -' through After hearing the delegation of
Board where teachers have I you In going to the polls and ClUt- ...
man- that the local property owners .
trotlations are under way for that they were "right upI patrons, the Hoard refused to reo -----
to be In full, but other t should be relieved of this burdea.I ing your ballot against any consolJidatlon ;
aged paid
installation of a cucumber I against It" in a financial way und do- clnd Its action, and stated that the YOUNGMANBREAKS
Met, In the near future. bills are several months In ar announced they were willing to I -_-. whatsoever, and by opening date of B. H. S., would
Ing so you will help us prevent -
rears. 'I Trustees $2,000 from EAT BACKCecil
give the FI us from falling victim to still remain the first Monday In
JOHNS WANTS their share of the track money, August,
KINGSLEYFire this move. \ Thomas
4-H PICNIC but
no more
"Be It therefore resolved that Frank Abernathy acted us
OWNSEND 'I i of County Commissioner
BILL Mallory
NEXT THURSDAYFourH In the meanwhile, however, the of undetermined origin destroyed I we, a majority of the citizens of spokesman for a delegation from Thomas, was the unfortunate victim
I bill providing for an equal share Bradford County, Florida Graham request Ing that money
Florida would have a Townsend I Ia the Kingsley Lake bathhouse of an accident on Thursday
all its own, Independent oft I Club members of Bradford i I to all three boards had been I of who are registered voters and .for the Graham School House be ...nnn.lnp.',.",,"p. ,'it.. ..........,. .nCra...._1.. .WflflCII....,_.. 4--LASS
Union Counties will gather drafted and forwarded to Brad- of Mrs. C. C. Mendoza made available at W. E.
and once
i taxpayers, do solemnly pledge our-
f rest of the country. If a bill I placed him In the Alachua County
koduced( in the upper house of at Gold Head Branch State ford County's legislative delega Jacksonville early Wednesday selves to be on the Job In the coming Mlddleton stated that the attorneyhad Hospital! with a broken back.

Legislature last week by Sear Park Thursday afternoon May 11, tion. The School Board is now : right, and: seriously! damaged the election of 18-10 to vote against advised him that the W P A. In recent weeks.
Cecil h been
> Charley E: Johns of Starke for a grand outing which County i i pleading; for defeat of the measure, summer home of G. M. Sistrunk and to do our best to bring money was ready when they were driving a truck for the Cubb"" Construction
Jr.. 'while Bond Trustees are sending lie further advised that
mid be Agent T. K. McClane proof sufficient pressure to guaranteethe ready
enacted Into law. .
poses to turn Into an annual affair -: off resolutions urging its passageby ; nearby. sure defeat of any person or they wire Jacksonville and "tell Co., on ,road work between
[The bill provides ror a three with the cooperation of L. T. I the Commissioners, the City of The fire was first discovered persons who participated, aided, them you are ready and the money here and( Gainesville. Early

cent transaction tax, the pro- Dyer Union County farm agent. Starke, Brooker and Lawtey Interests about 8 o'clock by girls attendinga or abetted in any way In the move will be put In the bunk tomorrow," Thursday morning of last week he
from which Senator Johns Members and their : and other sources. houseparty at the Wooten cottage to take our school from our midst The Graham delegation further was waiting for a steam shovel
'""mated would be $100,000,000 familleS'1 north the lake. to fill hi* truck With load of
a further on a
will gather at the park -- --- and to consolidate with any school complained about the certified
.r. He would give the citizens Two Starke men, Al Kay j waste clay lie was leaning over
O'clock. From then on they will young whatsoever. 1 list of qualified voters furnished
|W. years and over $200 a month.er enjoy bathing boating, and various EARL COOK i Carlisle and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., who "Citizens Committee them by the Supervisor of Regis with his head resting on the steer.

a 'must spend in Florida"a. other amusement facilities of BURIEDfuneral I were guests of the young ladlesat Graham, Florida." I tration. Dr. Middleton suggestedthat ing wheel when a huge lump of

this, famed hj auty spot. At six I the time, drove to the scene of -. they have all people who were clay became dislodged and fell
"a be eligible to receive the pen- o'clock the most Important event services for Earl Cook, the fire and with the aid of Bert T1BBITS denied the right to vote to see Mr. from the shovel, hitting Cecil In

!a a man or woman must be 60 of the day will take place. Each I Sr., 68, were held at 3 o'clock last Wall broke Into the Sl trunk cot. Wutnwrlght sail have the list the middle of his back, One ver.

rs of age must have been a family is expected to bring a well- Friday afternoon at the graveside tage obtained buckets and extinguished AT ROTARY amended.N. terbrae was broken completely in

rlda citizen for at least fivers filled lunch basket, and these will In the Luke Butler Cemetery. The the fire there. The J, Davis requested that the two.The
the application must be ap- be opened at this time. Rev. Frank Robinson pastor of the bath house burned almost to the George F. Tibbits, founder of school building be of one-room I young man was rushed to
>ved by the Board of County During the supper period a Starke Methodist Church, officiated water's edge. Also assisting in the: organization known as Gospel construction rather than two. the hospital where it was stated

rt'Woners of the home coun- short program will be presented! and arrangements were in the fight were Theodore Goodge .Volunteers of the Wbrld, made an I They were advised that the plans, be would have to remain in a

and must not ,engage_ ."In any t commemorating the 25th: anniversary charge of the lloree Funeral and L. H. Harper, who arrived ,interesting talk on the problems.,had been submitted and approved plaster cast for many months and
infill- r-.ouii.niifm.i* f inc money could of the founding of the Agri- Home. shortly after the first three. of youth' at the Rotary Club luncheon for the building and any changes then in a steel brae for another

expended for virtually any purMn cultural Extension Service which I Pall bearers were A. O. Andreu Shore brush caught from the her Wednesday. Mr, TibbitsIs I In them would delay the buildingfor year. He is married and has two

Florida except gambling embraces the work of the county A. J. Thomas. W. B Mundy, E.!: K. I blaze and had it not been extinguished -,' well-known in Starke, makinghis some time. children.
!measure provides. agents and the home demonstration -j I Perryman, G. W. Hicks, and J. B. also, probably would have winter home at Park of Palms Eddie Hartman was before the I .

The taw: would be against all agents. The service was In- | Alexander. 1 1I caused serious fires on the hill. I''on Lake Brooklyn near here, and Hoard relative to repairing school OPENING

'118acUons except those by or augurated May 9, 1914. |I Mr. Cook. a successful Starke Only a space of less than ten I I taking an active part In local religious desks in B. II S., Dr. Mlddleton .

ough a governmental agency or I .Several 4-H Club boys will give merchant, died Wednesday, April I feet separated the Slstrunk house services.He Instructed' the Superintendent and SKEET SHOOTA

Iving any security l88 ued by short talks and W. T. Nettles district 26, In Ashvllle, N C., a few hours from the burned bath house, and praised the work being done the principal to go with Eddie to
governmental agency, but in-I agent; of the Extension Serv-! after he arrived there in searchof I I much of the summer cottage'sceiling by the Rotary Club In sponsoring look at the desks and pick out the big "shoot," marking the
ding i.' of the local Boy Scout Troop and ones needing repairs. Kddle: stated opening of skeet season at the
ermonev or ice, will deliver a short address. relief from a complication and furniture was burn-
er property by devise of best -- .-_. ailments Including asthma, high i I ed. Investigating around nine stated; that this was one of the I I that there were approximately Starke Gun Club will be held

t and upon the gross market Birlhs I blood pressure and heart disease. !: o'clock the night of the fire. Joe greatest services that could be 500 desks needing repairs. He Thursday, May 13. Regular'
ue at every rendered to this community.Mr. I offered to sand and stain them shoots will be held every Thursday
gift <* money or Sinclair Lewis. He was a native of Ohio but I Slstrunk found flames breakingout I
perty Mr. and Mrs. ; I Tibbits also operates a sum thereafter.
; lived for many years In Oklahoma anew In the house and but I tor 3Sc: each, the Hoard to furnish
1a Telephone conversation with I! Lawtey boy, April Bert 15. A. Shaw, where he was engaged in farming. I for his timely arrival, it would mer vacation camp in New York the stain. lie further stated! :l that I Firing at the opening day shoot
Mr and Mrs. state where entire families may
Tel graph Later he moved to New York have been completely demolished. lit would take approximately ft will start at 2 p. m. and will con
''ns Yebterday Senator Starke, girl, April 17. go to spend their vacations. The I of stain. Mr. Griff I
gallons was
Slated that and It wan there that a news- Insurance was twrrtect; by"the" Sis- tinue until dark. Targets will be
a City
I be held' public hearing Mr. and Mrs. Earl Daughtery/ advertisement attracted him trunks. : aim of the Gospel Volunteers U Instructed to order Eddie to do free to all shooters.W. .
on his bill / paper II
Tuesday City, boy. te "to daily constructive
Sampson encourage and
tiling the work at 35c per desk the
1 to O'clock Gaskins. to Bradford County In 1932. lie I It Is believed that unknown"campers" P. Smith, president of the
He Wllliard devotional Bible reading
urged Mr. and Mrs. topical,
Inhere Board to furnish the stain.
ot the I' farm property here andalso I 'bath'' house Gun Club, Invites the public toLbs
to .-.. : local_ Townsend Lawtey girl April 28. purchased .. at. the : that others may know Jesus I "Ti.. .Hoard. "(fr". ..II.. that. all .>uc* .....- -" ....---- .. .-
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.nelr I a small store a snori urnI.luI" started the blaze with a carelessly a mi an luiure snooia.Dahlias
Special Senate .- Christ their personal Savior. r
IUee at I[ north of town on Road 13. He I.I.I ceaaful bidders on bus routes .. \
Pensions i dropped match.or cigarette ----" -- --
urging fav- Wednesday's was
ble COnslljerat Build New HomeMr. I successful In his I .. ". program should be notified that they were
was Immediately __. I II
o .
1 of the
bUl. -- of C H. Nasworthy.
.. and Mrs. G. H. Williams enterprise although he had had I I II charge accepted accorc..ng to advertised ExhibitedThe.
Williams have Just moved into their recently no previous experience. I\ Citizens Ask For Bridge 'I terms. Routes. may be Increasedor Telegraph! Is Indebted to

r.. L Buysllome completed home at Hampton. l III survived by two A petition containing the names I'I I Child Health Window diminished us clicumstances Mrs. N. L). Walnwrlght whose
1for., WU1\arns.\ Principal of Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Williams -I II Mr. Cook Jr. and Theodore of hundreds of Bradford County An attractive and informative may require during the next ensuing hobby, as well aa business U
Igbt ( 00Ullty High School', ha"h' 1 was Miss Mary Wiggins sons. Earl Cook Starke. citizens has just been. forwarded I display of the child health work I year and compensation for growing flowers for two unusual ,
kSonvtlle row H M. Peterson of I and the new house Is just west of' Cook both of to Congressman R A. Green urgIng being carried on In Bradford I routes will accordingly be increased dahlia blooms which she broughtto

Y at tht the and prop- the home of her parents, Mr. and;( jjsTnElected \i| him to use his Influence to see I County has been arranged In thwlnU and diminished except where our office Wednesday. On of
el'1lect.lon northeast corner of the I I Mrs. 11. B. Wiggins. has been elected I that a concrete bridge Is con- w of the Bradford! HardwareCo. bus units are county owned. They the blossoms was a huge whiter
blnglon ot ChUrch St.. and --_ Mrs. R. A. Green structed at Santa Fe River on I, ., by Mrs. Clennle Hlckok, further stated that the length of dahlia, perfect in total and color,
"SlxtyNlners"club : r
e. 'It A ve. Besides the Weeks Selts Properly I president of the D. C., This is Road 13 while the present rebuildIng j I health ;purse. Monday May 1, the .chool year will be determinedby and measuring seven inches in

dp.al: Otit were Included In :I, R. M. Shank and son. M. R. in Washington.of wives of representatives i. of the road 1 is In progress. It I'I. | was proclaimed nationally as the Board according to Its financial diameter. The other was a freak' _

OUglt which was handled Shank.. both of Jacksonville have I an organization who first Is understood that this bridge will j Child Health Day and Mrs. Hickok status. exhibit, consisting! of a "doubleheaded -
and the Wilson Realty Co., !I purchased a lot 105x500: : on Little to Congress during the be built eventually and Interests | arranged the display here to focus E. L. William, principal of B.I I ," dahlia two perfectly
Mrs Wllliama from R. A. Weeks came to the capital rather attention on this Important work, H. S.. was before the Board relative formed blossoms growing together
have Lake done
1y 11.1- Santa Fe The election ,here want It now. I
Plan mOVed tnto their new home i,;' of Brooker. The new owners will sixty-ninth session.meetinp held In I than to have the road closed again I everyone Is urged to study carefully to an additional month's work I tike Siamese twins at the end of

Oratll.extensive repairs aDd re-t' begin construction at once on a took the Shoreham place at Hotel.a at a later date. |I the clever window display. (Continued on page eight) a single stem

summer camp.

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SUCCESS __ Carolina FreezeProlongsSeason

Mrs :Mae FIfer, secretary of
ICES the local Townsend Club, yesterday -I DISAGREE

made the following statement: t t: x et ,
"The mass meeting Tuesday night rc

NGTHEN was well-attended and our mem- OVER SPLITProposed "! _
bers heard the truth from George 1

Vose, a speaker from national i Bradford Berry Market Strengthens As

armers' iJlarket I1z headquarters. Legislation I Adverse {Weather Conditions
: "Now that the Starke Club has
Second Week of its 'housecleaning' all over with, Opposed By School I II lIit Competitive States

Operation we are going to proceed with some OfficialsThe
wonderful strides In the near future Sleet, snow rain and hail in North Carolina early this

Jfirotciv ncouraglng., after aI I in this community. The same week that Haw the i! Scenes like the above will continue! here for some tiMe tw competitive I week gave a new lease on life to the Bradford strawberryseason

dismally low prices, the business houses must join us, State settle Its squabble over division :> states further north suffered this week from freak weather and brought buyers scurrying back to Starke and
of otherwise they are retarding conditions. Lawtey a few days after they had departed for what appeared -
..arket strengthened healthily business recovery for themselves of the race track fund, saw ___ ___ ____ :I to be
smiles to the three official boards of Bradford greener pastures. A few growers who had already
esday bringing as well as nationally." County begin to air differences of plowed up all, or part, of their berries, began to bemoan their

ot tuiyers and sellers alike opinion as to how the twenty-odd I[ CITY ASKS ASK DEFEATOF : haste as prices strengthened and indications were that ship.

Farmers' Market here ping would be here for week
another ten
i State COUNTY thousand dollars sent here annually prolonged or days.
second week of suc1 GETS :
in us from this source should be REFUND GRAHAM I Production, partly because 01: r
since reopening. I
operation split recent heavy rains, fell off sharply -
,t as mysteriously as it broke RACE TRACK On Thursday night, November If j PROTEST
April 26. from $1.- to only 7,320 crates for the
10, 1938, a very significant joint- OF $12,000Represents CONSOLIDATIONElection
50c a hamper the bean week's total from Starke and Lowley -
meeting of the Bradford County
:ct began a steady rise day MONEY Board of County Commissioners I I SCHOOLS I -less than half of that harvested -
yesterday, goody the Board of County Bond Trustees In the preceding seven-day
bringing 85c, and a few and the Board of Public In- I Amount Used To Decide EARLY OPENING) period. Prices ranged from $1.50to

g as high as $1. Someet More Than $9,000 Re- struction was held In the courthouse I On Road 28 Curbs Issue NextTuesday; $2.00, with the bulk of the

| attaches were hopeful of Bond Trustees appealedto and Gutters movement going at $1.73. Theweek'
throughout the re- leased Here As Suit -
iady climb: members of the other two i I gross receipts were estimated

det of the week. Is DismissedEarly boards for a cut-in on the race i The City Council Tuesday night A group of citizens from Graham Board Hears Several at $12,810.Shipments .

ring the past seven days the track revenue stating that county I> decided to ask the' State Legislature this week addressed: the following -.1 Delegations At to northern markets
let has handled 6,000 packof Wednesday morning there roads and bridges in the county message as "a sincere appeal had practically ceased by the latter .

produce, divided approxi- was a check in the mail for Brad- were in a deplorable condition and I to reimburse the City of to the best people of I Meeting part of Illllt week, with some

Kly as follows: 500 squash at ford County in the amount of $9- i that the trustees hud no funds Starke In the amount of $12,000, Staike". I A delegation of school patrons, growers" Htlll taking advantage of

ffrage price of 60c; 800 bushels 863.76, representing its share of I with which to repair them because -, representing money, expended on "We, the majority of the 'old with Mrs 1 K O. Duncan ns spokesman the "l-nnd-your-crate-back' proposition

hh potatoes at an average of State race track funds that had of decreased ad valorem, tax: the construction of curbs and gutters time' citizens of Bradford, County appeared before the School advanced by buyers for(
hampers of beans at been since March be- in I the "local"! inaikets. Bradford'
4,700 collections recent
impounded II years. I on State Road 28 within the who are taxpayers and qualified I ton r a at Its meeting Monday afternoon .
|verage of 60c. Figured_on cause of a suit Instituted by Minutes of the meeting were I limits. The action was takenat voters of Sub School District No I to protest the opening date strawberry season wan concededto

asls, gross receipts to grow- Charles E. Wiggins of Miami. read that the Commissioners and city 11, do most respectfully sincerely of the Starke school, which has be a thing of the past, and It

ould be $4,120 for the week'sat Wiggins withdrew the suit from" the School Board agreed to give: the request of a group of prop- appeal to you tor aid in been net for the first Monday in : was being prepared for a dignified
the market. the State Supreme Court after the I erty owners along the route of the I burial until 1940.
the Trustees "a portion" of the helping UH to vote down move August. Previously, the term has
tan production Is now at Its small-county bloc In the State I race track revenue and that a I this highway. of a minority to consolidate our begun here on the first MondayIn Then suddenly, early this week,

Large shipments are also legislature had threatened defeatof committee of one member from I The resolution adopted by the 1 Graham school with the Starke September, but the Hoard re- returning truck drivers began to

loaded at Brooker, but no every bill introduced by the each board should be appointed I Council sets forth that no provision school. cently changed the date In an effort bring buck strange tales of snow

jlite figures are available on Dade County delegation unless the to draft a special act to be Intro-, was made by the State Road "We believe that each and every to curtail attendance losses and ice In the Carolina. --storie.

movement Cucumbers are money was immediately released. duced at the current legislative, Department for the purpose of community In Bradford County' prevalent here during the strawberry which were extremely difficult to

i beginning to appear and Many of the details concerningthe session to provide for the new constructing such curbs and gut- should have and maintain its own harvesting season believe on tho first day of May

Shook Lima beans which have Wiggins suit are still pretty division. I ters and that in order to protect school for the betterment of Its I School Hoard members believe but which were soon verified in

r looked better In this area, much of a mystery, but it is gen i Commissioners and Bond\ Trustees the health of citizens of Starke own community, as well as Its that If the opening date of B. II. Government market reports and
hurrying to maturity. erally believed that Dade County I the City was forced to issue bonds children, until the children are Is. by buyers who began to return to
are agreed that the general I Is moved up a month, allowing
the Interests had the money held up I in the amount of $12,000 to provide far enough advanced to go Into a the local scene. Bradford's berry
of the November
L Gentry, manager understanding at 1 children to be free the latter partof
I as a weapon to force the small these necessities, and to proand higher school. And we will have season had been given an unex-
et, announced yesterday that I meeting was for the race track I March, it will help solve the attendance
M. Jones Produce Co., of : county delegations to' support a money to be divided equally between -'I, rate assess adjacent property' ours If you good people of Starke I problem which threatens pected, but welcome, "shot In the
I five-day racing week. owners for the purpose of paying will go to the polls on May 9, and arm," and predictions were thatIt
rn. N, C., will be representy the three boards Holdovermembers I to cut school revenue here next
Half of Bradford's $9,863.76will I I the bonds. help us vote down and defeat a might linger on for another
a buyer who will makee of the School Board year around $3,000. The State
go to the School Board, and ..'remember Since the State toed Depart- selfish and wasteful move to consolidate week or ten day
biB headquarters during the however, admit they pays the county 25e: for each day's
tinder of the seum/H, ante who the other half to tLV'rp.nty: Commissioners I I hearing that 'one'thlrt. split discussed -I ment Is noW"payhVrfor| the construction our school attendance of each pupil!, but when Totals for the season now standat
I The 'tidy sum of $4- I of curbs and gutters along "We also feel that Already 4,97H,316 pint, for which
j be uble to handle from 600 but deny they understood I a pupil drops out this amount is grow-
LOGO Hampers of beans a day.e i 931.88 will relieve tension considerably -, there was any definite agreement I the route of state highways overcrowded conditions In your I automatically cut off ers have received im appioxlmate
also stated that In the offices of the School that effect. They stated Monday through cities, the Council feels Starke school will surely Justify return of $320,010(
manager |Ito After hearing the delegation of
I Board, where teachers have man I that the local property owners you In going to the poll and casting ..
nations under for that they were "right upI -
are way j patrons, the Board I refused to r-
aged to be paid in full, but other I I should be relieved of this burden your ballot against ut1y consolidation ,
j it" In financial and
iiillation of cucumber against a way
a I cind Its action, and stated" that the YOUNG MAN
bills several months In uricors. whatsoever end by -
are ----- -- I
et I in the near future. I announced they were willing to I opening date of B II S., would
so will help u., and prevent -
-. I give the Trustees $2,000 from FIRE victim to I still remain the firs I Monday In BREAKS BACKCecil
us from falling
OHNS WANTS --- --- their share of the track money, i August.
4-H PICNIC but no more. I AT KINGSLEY this move. Thomas, 23-year-old son
[ I "Be it therefore re&olve'l: that i Frank Abernathy acted an of County Commissioner Mallory
JOWNSEND BILLI THURSDAY 1 In the meanwhile, however, the of the Citizens of spokesman for a legation from
I I Fire of undetermined origin destroyed we, a majority I( Thomas, was the unfortunate victim
bill providing for an equal shareto Graham, Bradford County, Florida Graham, request lag that money
(oruia would have a Townsend the Klngsley Lake bath I of nn accident on Thursday
I I Four-H Club members of Bradford all three boards had been I '
for the Graham School house b
who Voters and "
al) its own, Independent of : morning of last week, which has
of Mrs C. C. Mendoza of
will and forwarded to Brad- house
and Union Counties gather drafted made available nt W. E.
[ I taxpayers, do solemnly pledge ourselves once
rest of the country, If a bill placed: him In the Alachun County
at Gold Head Branch State | ford County's legislative delegation Jacksonville early Wednesday
Middleton stated that the
Viuceil, In the upper house of i to be on the Job lit the com- attorney Hospital! with a broken buck
Legislature last week by Sen-, Park Thursday afternoon, May 11, The School Board is now ,nlsht. and seriously' damaged the ing election of ID 10 to Vote a- had advised! him that the \V. !'. A.

( Charley E. Johns of Starke ,I for a grand outing which County. pleading for defeat of the measure, summer home of G. M. Slstrunk galnst and to do our best, to bring: money was ready when they were I In recent weeks Cecil hut been
driving a t truck for the Cobb Construction -
)M, Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., proposes while Bond Trustees are sendingoff sufficient pressure to guarantee ready, lie further. advised that
tie enacted into law. I'
I to turn into an annual affair resolutions urging its passage.I nearby. I the sure defeat of any person or they wire Jacksonville and "tell Co" ">n road work between

$ bill provides for a three with the cooperation of L. T. 'I by the Commissioners, the City of The fire was first discovered persons who participated, aided, them you are ready and the money here IIn.1! Gainesville Early
jrnt transaction tax, the pro- Smoker and Intel I about 8 o'clock by girls attending Thursday morning of lust week he
Dyer, Union County farm agent. i jStaike Lawtey or abetted in any way In the move j;, will be put In the bunk tomorrow.
from which Senator Johns families 'ests and other sources. a housepnrty at the Wooten cot wan waiting for a steam shovel
and their ,
Members, to take our school from our midst I The Graham delegation further
Biated would be $100,000,000 a at 2:30 I _. tage further north 'on the lake. to till hi* truck With a load of
1 will gather at the park : I and to consolidate with any school complained about the certified
He would give the citizens o'clock. From then on they will EARL COOK Two Starke young men, Al Kay what oever. I( list of qualified voters furnished waste clay. lie was leaning over
> years and over $200 a month I boating, and various Carlisle and A. Z. Adkins, Jr., who them with hill head resting on the steering -
enjoy bathing, I "Citizens Committee| by tho Supervisor of Registration -
""a 'must spend In Florida"be II of the ladles wheel when a huge lump of
other amusement facilities of BURIEDFuneral I were guests young Graham, Florida"I| Dr. Mlddleton suggested
this famed beauty spot. At six at the time, drove to the scene of that they have all people who were clay became dislodged and fell
I eligible to receive the pen- o'clock the most important eventof services for Earl Cook, 'I the fire and with the aid of Bert denied the right lo vote to see Mr. from the shovel, hitting Cecil hl
a I Sr., 68, held at 3 o'clock last the TIBBITSAT I the middle of his back. One ,
j man or woman must be 60 the day will take place. Each were Wall broke Into Slntrunk cottage Wainwright and have the list vet
of age must have been a family is expected to bring a well- Friday afternoon at the graveside''(i| obtained buckets and ex: ROTARYGeorge amended. terbrae was broken completely In

fla citizen for at least five I filled lunch basket and these will In the Luke Duller Cemetery.. The tinguished the fire there. The 1 N J. Davis requited that the |

the application must be aped be opened at this time. Rev. Frank Robinson pastor of the bath house burned almost to the : F. Tibbits, founder of I school building be of one-room I two.The young man was rushed to

by the Board of County t During the supper period a Starke, Methodist Church, officiated water's edge Also assisting in I the organization known as Gospel construction rather than two. the hospital where It was stated

ilsaioners! of the home counnd I short program will be presented I and arrangements were in the fight were Theodore Goodgeand Volunteers of the Wbrl'J' mAde aninteresting They were advised that the plan. he would have to remain in aplaster

| must not engage "la any I commemorating the 25th anniversary -I charge of the Boree Funeral L. II. Harper, who arrived I talk on the prollelWlof had been submitted and approved cast for many months andthen

?ul pursuit." The money could 'I' of the founding of the Agri- Home. shortly after the first three. youth at the Rotary Club) lunch- for the building and any changesIn In a steel brat: for another

f pended for virtually any pur- cultural Extension Service which I Pall bearers were A. O. Andreu. ,. Shore brush caught from the ,eon here Wednesday Mr: Tlbbits them would delay the buildingfor year lie is married and has two

In Florida except gambling, I embraces the work of the county I A. J. Thomas, W. B Mundy, E. K. | blaze-----:- and----- had It not been extln-I Is well-known In Stark making some time children.

teasure provides. agents and the home demonstration -,I rerryman. G. W Hicks, and J. B.t j I I gulshed also probably would have his winter home at Park of Palms I Eddie Hartmun was before the ---.- ----

fe tax: would be against all agents. The service was inaugurated Alexander. I j'caused serious fires on the hill. 1 ou Lake Brooklyn near here and II Board relative to repairing school:
factions except: those by or May 9, 1914. Mr. Cook, a successful Starke Only a space of less than ten taking an active part Irt local religious desks In B II S Dr Middleton

gh a governmental agency orving Several 4-H Club boys will give I merchant, died Wednesday, April feet separated the Slstrunk house services Instructed the Superintendent and SKEET SHOOT;

> any security by short talks and W T. Nettles, district I26, in Ashvllle. N. C., a few hours from the burned bath house, and He praised the work being done the principal to go with Eddie to

Wernmental agency but in- agent of the Extension ServIce after he arrived there In search much of the summer cottage's by the Rotary Club In sponsoring. look at the desk and pick out the I A big "shoot," marking the

|ng transfers of money or will deliver a short address ,. of relief from a complication of ceiling and furniture wan burn- the local Boy Scout Troop, and I I ones needing repair Eddie stated opening of skeet season at the

property by devise of beam .-. -- aliments Including asthma, high I ed. Investigating around nine 1 stated that thin was one, of the j that there were approximately Starke Gun Club, will be held

upon the gross market Births blood pressure, and heart disease. o'clock the night of the fire, Joe greatest services that Could be {, COO desks needing repair He I Thursday, May 13. Regular

ot 'very gift of money or Mr. and :Mrs. Sinclair Lewis, He was a native of Ohio but Slstrunk found flames breaking I rendered to this community. j l offered to sand and stain them : shoot. will be held every Thur.

rty Lawtey. boy, April 15. lived for many years in Oklahoma I| out anew In the house and, but I Mr. Tlbbits also operates
a rplephone conversation with Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. Shaw, where he was engaged In farming. I for his timely arrival, It would mer vacation camp In Nw York i: (the stain. He further stated that I I at the opening day shoot

degraph yesterday Senator 17 Later he moved to New York have been completely demolished. I(!state where entire families may : It would take approximately S .,,, will start at 2 p m. and will con
Starke, girl .
( Th"1( '
to their vaclttj >n.
s Slated that a public Mrs Earl Daughtery City and It was there that a news Insurance wan wtrftedj bythe Sis- go gallons of Ntaln Mr. Griffls was tinue until daik Target will be
hearing Mr. and
be neld on 17 advertisement attracted him trunks I aim of the Gospel Volunteers in Instructed to order Eddie to do free to nil shooters.W .
his paper
bill Tuesday City boy. April j.
Sampson constructive
,In\!\ 81 10 o'clock. He urged Mr. and Mrs. Williard Gasklns.! to Bradford County In 1932. Ilei It U believed that unknown"cwmpers" "to encourage daily I the work at 35c per desk and the P. Smith, president of the

Jers ot the local Townsend girl, April 28. purchased farm property here and | at the bath housestarted I I topical, devotional Bible reading lionrd to furnish the ttuln. Gun Club, Invitee the public to
.. .._ Lawtey that others may knov'Wednesday's Jesus
The all
tL1 Board agreed that suc
small store short distance 1
-* their Special Senate .- also a a the blaze with a carelesslydropped a. thin and all future .h Ota.
nitte, -- I of town on Road 13. He Cbn at as te 1 r perao s vine t..rul bidders on nun routes
of north
Pensions match or cigarette : .
fav. Home ---- ----- -
e consideration urging i Build New I was Immediately successful in his I I program was In should be notified that they were
of the bm. G. H Williams of C. II Na wortl .
-. Mr. and Mrs. enterprise although; he had had charge y accepted accoro.ng to advertised I Dahlias ExhibitedThe t
illiams have Just moved into their recently -I no previous experience: Citizens Ask For BridgeA -- I terms. Route may be increasedor Telegraph Is Indebted to v

1. Buys home ': completed home at Hampton. llr Cook Is survived by two petition containing the names I Child Health {Window : diminished as circumstancesmay Mr. N. Walnwrlght.. whose :.

t Williams, principal of Prior to her marriage. Mrs. WIIhlams 1 Earl Cook. Jr and Theodore: of hundreds of Bradford County An attractive and Informative I II require during the next enSuing hobby. aa well aa business, Is

.1 1 ounty High School hasH I was Miss Mary Wiggins sons Cook, both of Starke. citizens has Just been forwardedto display of the child health work I year and compensation for I growing flowers! for two unusual !'
m M. Peterson of I and the new house is just west of Congressman R. A. Green urging I being carried on In Bradford I routes will accordingly be dahlia blooms which she brought ,
"n' -----+-
t ". the house and prop-!I the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Green Elected him to use his Influence to see I County has been arranged In the r ed and diminished except Incrl."a"-I to our office Wednesday Ole of !

n. northeast corner of the I I IecU.I Mrs. H B. Wiggins. .: Mrs. R A. Green has been elected I I that a concrete bridge Is constructed window of the Bradford Hardware! I I bus units are county owned. Theyfurther I the blossoms was a huge white !
o of Church gt, and at Santa Fe River on Co. by Mrs Clennle Hickok, stated that the length of dahlia perfect In form and color, '
i iI
:.nf'.'"> Ave. Besides the I I:* Weeks Sells Property; I II I president In Washington.of the "SIxtyNIners"club D. C.. Thus Is... Road 13 while the present rebuild- i{ health ;.nurse Monday, May 1, the ftchool year will be determinedby I and measuring woven inches in "

!I" ot e were Included In I i R M Shank and son, b 1. R. I I of wives of representatives ing of the road in In progress It was proclaimed nationally as the Board according to Its fin 'diameter. The other was a freak

which was handled, of 105x500YoneLittle an organization who first) Is understood that this bridge will Child Health Day and Mr*/. Hickok ancial Hiatus exhibit, constating of a "do,ble- !
gh I I I to Congress

as Mrs Williams rave al- Santa Fe Lake from R A. Weeks came to session. The election here want it done now, rather ,I attention on this important work. H 8., was before the Board relative formed blossoms growing togetherlike
In:>v<:o Into I The new owners will sixty-ninth II IIt to additional month's work Siamese twin at the end of "
Ian their new home of Brooker. at a meeting held In than to have the road cloned again Everyone U urged to study care. an .
extensive: at once on a took place I window (Continued on eight) a single stem.. ;'
"-KIf repairs and re-; I I.begin construction |t the Shoreham Hotel. at a later date. fully the clever duplay page ,
summer camp. I" .1


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sued wu In lh"- name of N T Sea- by certificate No*:G3S and 1434 of i NOTICE -- -.
Strange MaladyIs branch. 1B32: and 1933 respectively and represent T.'X c.... \I''.' III'

FLORIDA HIGHLIGHTS By Kenneth Freidman I Still Threat redeemed Unless aid,according certificate to law shall the be I 1D31 to unpaid 11):19, both taxes inclusive for tre amounting year- tirllnV.Notice i.ha,."7nirequest lt'I.IF'I.i.) gi" .,,."
property described therein. will be to 1112.71. that th. h "
tllx lV't
To Sponge Beds old to the highest bidder at the' Said' tax certificates togetherwith gether with all "I'' ,
court house door on the first :Monday all subsequent omitted or or levied taxe. .UI""I'' : '" '. !
I h.1 .n\\
will be sold to the it 1 ,"I :
-- In the month of June 1939 taxes be advertised '>" .
which In the 5th day of June 1939. highest bidder at the Court house est bidder for andold- ', ;u 1",''
Key West-Sponge, "ai" :
in Stai'ke, on the. 5th., day of \ ,
Dated this 19th day of April, 1939. door Chapter 18296 of ,, "''''id,
'4' received last week that May 1939 at 11 :00 o'clock A. M. fI|, ,'' .
WORlDS MOST /ZtTWCOII7ERCIRL news (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the L.gI.lalur.IJ".; l,
Dated this 15th day of April A. ) ? fI-,, .
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford described
the of beds. in local real estat.. / 'N
survey sponge ,, ,
D. 111:111.! : i'"
4.21 lit 5-19
I County. Florida ( '.
max weam waters) by Dr. Paul S. Galtsoff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ofitpradfcru.: Stat "r V,"II,,d'a.Com. "

of the U. S. I .l\OT.C'1 Clerk of Circuit Court of HrdforJCounty.
&VSE biologist .
at SW
4-21 St 6-5 Cor
( Florida. Bureau of Fisheries showed that' Notice I. hereby given to all II I *: Run M Un yd. '
/vw RMfiicaNsNKWftrfoHAt. /t/xpoar fir min/nt whom It may concern that I have Boundary of Ward r, i. ... t
the two species of yellow and grass filed my Final Report and requested ,.I NOTICK OF INTENTION TO APPLY on saltS' Boundary 1\ vlh.
if/fffs au ttMis/caf/ ernes as /\acr or fAfntr foe have suffered a morta- my Final Discharge an Admlnlntratrix -!I FOIL HPKCIAk LEGISLATION: S 80 yde.. to bell'. Ex J20 ;.
fl/a rsiw #uv oRr-r sponges of Estate of Josephine Anders, FOil Tin CITY OF STARKB.FLORIDA. Sec. 8 Tp. 'f S. It 20 Ens: lot
lity of 100 per cent and the more de"ealled. The E J Acre.
valuable wool sponges are depleted -, That on 13th day of May 1939 i NOTICE l III hereby given to all ed by .to. be lold air. I I
will file Petition for Final Discharge ;
whom. It concern that the un- 1930 and re.pVctlv.lv1111
at least 70 per cent by the disease -. as. administratrix of Bald derxlgned may will have prepared and present unpaid 1937 tax.. aM

which has Infected the beds. estate. request the passage of Special Legislation 1929 to 1939 both for i the

After the Nenle Strickland, :tdr.'fjlNO..CR for the City of Starke mounting to 37.92 inclullv. .
Inspecting sponge; 4-21 session, 01the
}Florida at the regular
beds here Dr. Galtsoff continued I' 1939 Florida Legislature an ALSO: NE% ot NEil, Set 23
APPLICATION FOil 8 S. n. 21 E., 40 '
his Inspection of beds on the gulf OF Act providing that the City Clerk Acr...
TAX DKKUKrnate of the City of Starke Florida shall The taxes to b. "01<1
coast with the assistance of conservation ( Kill No.< tll:1): also be the City Tax: Collector the ed by certificate No 49 ere of vhl

officers. He then discussed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. City Treasurer and the City Tax represent unpaid talt" for 1921'
That Lyman U. Peel holder of Tax t Ksewsor. ; fixing the term. of office 1927 tn 1939. both th.
the situation with R. L. Certificate No. 1614, Issued the 7th of said Clerk at two year. begin- mounting. to $14574 Inclllllv,.
day of August A. D. 1933 has filed ning with the next general city AUtO
Dowling state supervisor of conservation : SW'1 or NE'
In office and has made ot NW
same my election held after the passage of 21 Tp. II R. n.
So far he stated, he application for a tax deed to be Issued thin Act; and fixing: the compensation The taxes: to 22 be E.'old 1 10 Acres
has found no evidence of the thereon. of said office. ,..- hy certificate "" &VI
"Said certificate. embrace the following City Council of the City of Stark of 1932 and .NOM g2! an
sponge disease. in gulf waters although described property In the Florida. 1913 r..p..ollv.l ivTI

.iJ fishermen have reported County of Bradford State of Florida by: W. M. Edwards, its Chairman. represent 1931 to 1939.unpaid bothmounting tax"-< Tnr. th. i',2
: to-wit m 'lu |
.Y : Attest: Carl Johns City Clerk IV'J
seeing dead sponges from Cara- .8 A In SW Cor of SW% of SE% 4-21 6t 5-19 ; to "7.90

belle southward to beyond Tarpon Soc 14 Tp. 8I.: R. 22 E, 8 Acre. ALSO: Com nt NW i ,.,. of
of NP.'! *
Run E.
more or lenn.The :: I I'd.'
PHN.l/mE /CI1N i Springs. assessment of the said prop- JNOTICH OF APPLICATION FOR rods, W S3 l-i: rods N *o
175 fish erty under. the said certificate IH- TAX I>KKISenate > lieg. Sec. 22 Tp ft K H U
6/RNT GJfJ EI Approximately sponge Hued was In the name of J II.I ( Hill No. 183) Acres. F.
ermen in Key West will be unableto NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Lawrence. The taxes to be sold l t .
'q71ZRNATIONAL ply their trade for at least 3 I Unless vald certificate shall be That W. M. Kirby holder of 2-3 0/ ed hy certificate. No 'in! .IH ,vij
redeemed according to law, the Tax Certificate No. 252b Issued the 1929 and 1933 respe.tn.hJ3 t
ARPOQTA1AMv years, he stated and he haa recommended property described therein will be 6th day of Augunt 1929 has present unpaid taxes t,,, ,1, a

ar w C/FCI/MFF4'I/ICJ 1 that a planting pro I old to the highest bidder at the filed same In my office and baa 1928 to 19.19. both i n,, } ,"Lj.
court house door on the first Monday made application for a tax deed to mounting to $91.34
F&r I,,D/AMFTFe / ject be sponsored by the govern In the month of June, 1939 be issued thereon. ALSO
ment to equal at least the loss which Is the Bth day of June, 19.19.: Said certificate embraces the following I : Lots 1. 2, i i k \\It j
Town of .
/ I."w'eW
4 IMCf'tPRFEA'7s described In the i IIv
s Dated this 19th day of April. 1939. property .
/ which will be suffered by local of FlorIda 23 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E
/ ;r (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas County of Bradford State -
fishermen during this time. Supervisor Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounly. to-wit: The taxes to be sold 1 _," .v
4 096 Stfrhf. )W / ': 1 Florida 4-21 fit 0ltfNOTICE Wet Half of Southeast Quarterof ed' by certificate No .'"s f i 1931.

Dowling stated that he Northwest Quarter of Section 14, represent unpaid' 1 tn\. i ror
will place a sponge rehabilitation Township 8 South Range 22 East years 1930 to 1414, h"th> inel
rooI4s; ) OF INTENTION TO APPLY containing 20 acre more or less. amounting to $13.84ALSO' _
( program before government officials I. FOil "''PJo C''I. LEGISLATION
The assessment of the sold property -
74T ioa FOR Til ft! CITY OF aFARKIt.FLORIIA : Diagonal Im < Tn.j
in Washington immediately. under the saId certificate Issued T.twtey W of Ily S, ,- Tol
?ors ily__. j ..- S.FecrRcry was In the name of C. L. Peek. R. 22 B. |
I- A When a similiar epidemic Infected NOTICE: la hereby given to all Unless said certificate shall beredeened
4 :> beds in Bahama waterslast whom It may concern that the underiilifnpd according to law theproperty The taxes to be xold II.. uffl
AC5'1Rv,1 sj : sponge will have prepared and re. described therein will be ed bv ceitlflcnte V.:., I "f |

Oil7JVi ,.. year. Dr. Galtsoff Inspectedthe queHL the passage of special Lvfjflnlatlnn Bald to the highest bidder at thecourt and 121: of 1417! .incl! i"I".n| ,
,e i beds and succeeded in identi- for the City of Starke:! FlorIda \ house door on the first Monday I paid taxes for th \ n i 19 i j
=Et II at the regular geiislon of the In the month of June, 1939 1939. both liic-HiH.lv-,. i "-."|| i
fying the germ which forms the 1939 Florida Leg-lHlnture, an Act which I III the 6lh (day of June, 1939. $18.16.

; approving, confirming and validating Duied this the 8U day of April ALSO: SiJ of SW' r I
-- sponge killing fungus. : all compi'omlseB. abatement, 1919. NEV4 "f NK't nf SW', <" !
and special assessment leln 68. H. 22 E.. 30 As.,
ICEBERG LETTUCE MAY BECOME Helen Cody $200.00; Lois Mayes IV TICK CIRCUIT COIHT IN AND for local Improve n. ent Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ,
The taxes to he Mill! n fled
I $73.00 uth $53.83 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, rebates. refunds discounts, waiversand ..14 6t
Frazoer Florida. 6-12
; ,
real County bv certificate I 1'; -- t 11. anlM.!
adjustment of taxes
CASH CROP FOR THIS .SECTION Grace Ford. $20.00; Grace Ford NOTICE TO DEFENDANT and personal. property aHHeH.mellte.Includln& of 1928 and 1938 ret<|".., Mifijf!

JESSIE: BOLCHOZ DROWN,) Interest costs and NOTICEBy I represent unpaid 'tnv" '.,
$60.16 Cleo Andrews $43.33
-- ; ; Plaintiff ) ties thereon, levied and .. penal-I the power vested In them The :years 1427 to 1914, h "n r "rl
Through the efforts of the agricultural loose or otherwise undesirable Norman Johns $76.50; Luvertla VB ) on property In the City of Hoard of Public Instruction of. amounting to J125. ri
department of the Sea- heads be either left in the field or Shepherd, $69.66; Lubedia Johns ,, MAYO C. BROWN ) "Florida, heretofore effected, made Bradford County hereby calls an ALSO: SVj of Lot Too
Defendant. ) and allowed by the City Council election In Graham. Sub School District Lawtey B of Rv. In Sf a :

boord Air Line Railway the successful discarded at the packing house.. $44.33; Mae Wells $57.00; Arthur I'. The Name of The !Slate! ..( of the City of Florida, and| No. 11 and Starke, Sub School 26 Tp. 6 9 It. 22 E
Florida, Gr..tl.To .., or by the ..rkoei the said Cityin District No. 3 to be held May 9, The taxes to be sold ir. OVI,
of let- Essie
production iceberg The markets only want firm McRae $66.83; Crosby $45.- ,
: MAYO C. BROWN whose the collection of said taxes as.- 1939 In RlleyVandln'n packing shed ed by certificate Nn lit of'
tuce ia now possible In Florida. heads with butts trimmed close to 39; Madaline Crosby, $43.33; C. E. residence and address In unknown.You .eHHment and special assessment and In the City Hall In the town and represent. unpaid taxes fn

Until recently. Florida growers the heads and heads in each crate McGauley. $89.66; Harmon Morgan are hereby required to appear lelns; And authorizing said ; and empowering of not stark.district to No.determine 11 shall whether consolidate or year amounting 1932: to to $3S 1934_88. both Inch
to the bill of complaint filed the City Council from
have produced only big Boston let- all of the same size. Proper $63.33; Florence Brown herein against you on or before time to time, b,' resolution motionor with Starke District No. 3 to elect I ALSOWfc: of NE'.'.< ,,f s\\

tuce with occasional small plant- gradng:! and packing are very $60.16; Lillie McRae 6966. Monday the 8th day of May A. D. ordinance to compromise abate three trustees and determine the All of NEVi of NEH .f. 4Wt4, '
1939. rebate, refund discount compound amount of millage to be assessed Ry., 22K, A., Sec 26 Tp" ,8
jugs of Iceberg of strains that Important and have much to do Florida Bank at Starke. $950.22; It In further ordered that this waive adjust and settle any and all against said consolidated district ,E.. 23 Acre

would not develop firm. crisp with the price received in the eastern Florida Bank at Starke 7759.11; order he published In the Bradford taxes on real and personal property fur the ensuing two year.. Th.manaa..ra The taxes to be m>ld m .,tiled I
County Telegraph a pub- assessments and special assessments. for aid election will be: by certificate No 711 of'
heads. In the fall of 1937 representatives markets. Lucile Johns $25.00; Carl Roberts lUhed In the said County newspaper of Brad. lelnn for local improvement. Including GRAHAM and represent unpaid iSlet foil

of the agricultural department $50.00; Margaret Whlttemore 1-2 ford once each week for four consecutive ; any and all Interest cost J. A. J. McKlnney years IH32 to 111:10. Itoth ,nc.j:
Indications are that growers In weeks. and penalties thereon levied andlor Frank Abernathy amounting to $M.40AI
of the Seaboard carriedto day sub. $2.97; Emma Chalker It. SO: All W'A of Rlk '. rf
the la-Gainesville .section will I Wltnesa my hand and official assessed. at any time upon propertyin D. Wasdln :
sub. seal thla 5th of D. the of Starke Florida. John SurrenrySTARKK 2 W&AllEoffllk8fRA [
completion In Manatee Countya make .substantial days 1900. day April A. City ,
more plantings 1939. City Council of the City of "Starke, NW'4 of Blk 6 S "t R 1
successful demonstrat I ion a I of the 847 Iceberg next season. General" Fund OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Florida. L. D. Green Temple Sub-Dlv ida,. .-pt ;

planting of Imperial No. 847 ice- C. J. labor Clerk Circuit Court. >>y: Wr.. Edwards, It. Chairman. C. J. Powell sold Mr. Murrhee. Se. Jl l Tpj
Powell $7.50 Mrs.
From experience gained with ; John J. Henderson, ESQ. Attest: S. E Spark R. 22 E., 5 Acres.
berg lettuce as developed by the Clennle F. A. Scott The taxes: to be sold. ired ,. ,,vi,
Hickok nurse $36.00; A. Solicitor for Plaintiff 4-7 4t 5-5 Catl Johns, City Clerk.
the trial plantings in the aboveitfiiuury
Board of Public Instruction Bradford by certificate No 8S nf |
United States Department of .__....__.. ."1- ______ .. ..._...., __ J. Griff is. Salarv. SI2 .00: Louise 4-21 5t 6-19 Florida. and represent unpaid 'uxt tsr,

Agriculture. Heads of fine quality that HUB this Buaun lettuce, 11 wuuiu should appear be I Warren -Salary: $ O.Oo;; Fce;: 1\0'1'1'JoI APPLICATION FOil OTICI3 OF I'4TENTI0'V TO APPLY By County A. J. Oriffls County Superin- years 1932 to lilt') ) h .tl, ''rl J

were produced and sample ship TAX DKKD FOIL SPKtltl. I.K GI4J.1.fJJo'OIl \ tendent and Secretary 4-14 4t 5-5 amounting to $80.12
set to the fields earlier possibly Peek. Office Work $14.80; E. A. iSiqiate! Hill \<>. 1( :lNOTIC1S ) Till CITY OF STAHKK,I ALSO: 2 A In NW ,i-"i 'I i f'
ments were made to eastern mark Winkler Item 2108. $10.00; Mrs.. IS HEREBY 1 In December.A That Charlie Mae Johnson hoiderTax of TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN.: Sec 29 Tp II S II "
ets where the trade received the > < U OF IVTRNTIOM TO APPLY
complete fertilizer possibly a Clennle Hickok Nurse $36.00; C. : CeiUricute No. 268, lamed the FOR "P" C'"f. .F.G."L'Tln I YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE Acre.
Florida grown lettuce with enthu- J. Powell. Labor $3.60; Western 2nd., day of "'I'temh..r A. I). 19JB, POll 'Till (ITY OF SrtltKK I NOTICK That at the regular session The taxes: to he ulil.. ted .. "v.
siasm. 5-7-5 ( PNK) should be used. I HUM filed name In my office and FLORID*. of the Legislature of the by certificate No >1X if !

Florida as a lettuce producing Union Messages, $1.89; Starke ban made application for a tax deedto NOTICE: U hereby given to all State of Florida now In session in and represent unpaid MIXI "fit

As a result of this a number of section offers several Telephone Co.. Telephones $17.- be Issued thereon. whom It in n v concern that the und- Tallahassee Florida an Act will beintriuced yearn 1929 to 1919. both .mclJ
Important Said certificate. embrace. the following and If IAI
enacted toIOA87
I 130 urslKiiert will have prepared and request possible amounting
leading growers In South Florida advantages over the far west ; A. J. Grlffls Salary $125.00; denrtlLied property In the the passage of Special Legislation In the law prohibiting hunting except ..SO: NW! of SWit" s N'W'.I:

planted approximately 300 acres where the commercial I'! Louise Warren, Salary $50.00; County of Bradford State of FlorIda for the City of Starke, Florida on !Monday. Wednesdays and 25 Tp. 8 H. It. 22 K V' \ If'.
planting to-wlt: at the regular session of the Friday of that period of time b.glo.lllln" .- The taxes to be sold ii ild
of the 817 last full and the crop I| Frances Peek Office Work $12.- SWK nf N' of SW Sec 25 Tp. with DK l s5d! ,It
;* of Iceberg type lettuce are at /! 1J3J! Florida Legislature, an Act to I the 20th day of November by certificate No ]
produced well and the growers; 80; A J, Griff, Car Expenses 5 S H 22 1 K. 10 Acre*. more or less. fix the term of office of the Chiefof .. and ending with the 1st day 11130 and 1931: respect. '' t b Inpr"ent
lettuce In .
present Iceberg grown The .assessment of the Bald property of January of the taxer I i f Ih,
Police following year In unpaid
of said at two
made this $20.00 A. J Grlffls Office Expense City year
generally money on new ; under the Bald certificate issue all '.'"Iv,
Florida can be placed in the eastern beginning with the next: general Counties of the State of Florida 1929 to 1939, both i i'>
type lettuce. markets much than let. $7.00; Dr. W. E. Mlddleton ,! wan In the name of Unknown. City election held after the passage ; having a population of not less mounting to $38.54.Maid .
sooner Unless Raid certificate shall. be of this Act. i thun 8.825 and not more than 8,850, tax certificate-' "' 'hrj
Sufficient seed of the 847 Ice- tuce from the far west producing Board Service $25 00; E. J. Lewis redeemed according law the City Council of the City of Starke according to the State Census of all subsequent omltti' it >Ii 4

berg lettuce were secured last fall same $2 .00; J, H. Moore .same, properly depcrllwrt. therein will beHold Florida.by I the year 1936.IlOAItO i taxes will bo m>ld I. h ffl
sections. Cost of i la
production $25 00. to the hIghest bidder at thecou..t "". :M Edwards Its Chairman OF COUNTY COMMISSION-: bidder at the Cointh ,. 'I'flStarke. '
to make several small trial planting less than similiar costs In the hone door on the lint Monday Attest: I KHS I31lADFORl COUNTY on the 12th .1'I.i' 'I'

with leading In the District FundTypewriter In the month of June, ltHf: I Curl John, City Clerk. FLOIUPAL.ItIr. 1934. at II :Of) o'clock AM
growers western lettuce growing sections. Service which l I. the 6th day of June. 1039. 4-21 6t Sou I I... Conner. Chairman Duted this the 2J' In''
territory between Gainesville and The 847 iceberg lettuce offers I Co. Typewriter Liuted thin 19th day of Aprlf[, 1939. 1'. I). lleddlxh April. 1930.

Ocala! and In the Island Grove sec nn excellent opportunity to the I Contract $11.81; Mike Mar- (OKPICIAI/ SEAI.) A. J.ItradforjCounty Thomas, :%OTIt' T OFJtI.K" 01 TXRKTlFlVVrK Mallory ThomasIt. (OFFICIAL. 8EAL> N rh
Clerk of Circuit Court of "
< S. Wasdln. Clerk of Circuit Court
tion. These plantings produced growers of Central" Florida for an uca. Janitor Service $45 00; F. A. Florida. 4-21 St &.u Notice IN hereby given that John T. D. Dyal 4-21 6t 5-19 County Florida. 4-8$ SI l

sutUi'uctorlly considering I late additional vegetable cash crop and I Scott Rent. $2.00; Gassetts Hardware A. Andrews. has filed with me

The : Co., Janitor Supplies $14.- riiKfir cot'HT. IN AMI FOR written request that the tax: certl-
planting. plants were not set should be
given consideration by mttnroRnouTr.. FLORIDA.I finite together with all subsequent
to the field until about the middleof those looking for a much needed 50; E. A. Winkler Item 2401. NOTICE TO DEFENDANT omitted or levied taxes held by the BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

$22.45; C. J. Powell Repairs $7.- W. L. HAM State be advertised and sold to thehighest
January.One of additional
source revenue on bidder for cash as provided
tlai n tiff line of Caskets &: Undertaken Supplies
20 H. C. Green Janitor Service
; ,
of the outstanding featuresof the farm. ; "a. hy Chapter 18396 of the 1937 act.
$35.00; H. C. Green On day jan- nUTIl'HAM: of the Legislature,, upon the followIng AMBULANCE SERVICE
the 847 lettuce Is the fact thatIt Defendant descilbed real estate In the DAY AND NIGHT

will not bolt to seed under warm SCHOOL BOARD itOI' .service. $1.42; Ebb Thornton In The Name of the !Slate! of Florida County of Bradford State of Florida 51-PHONE: -53O.
Janitor Service $50.00; Nick GreeI.si to-wlt: SK i of SWVi Sec. 34
weather conditions but makes a TO: RUTH HAM.: whose residence Tp 6 S. Ft 20 n, 41t Acres.. II. BENNETT. '11(1'.

firm head. Other strains of lettuce WARRANT LIST Thomas Janitor Service $65.00; !I. 604 Public Service Building, The taxes to b* sold are evidenced "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
C. J. Powell Labor on shelves Aeh<4vllle. N. C. by certificate Nos. :24 and 58 of

tried In Florida In the past $21.10 W. E. Thornton Janitor You are hereby required to appear 1928 ansI 1414' lespectlvely and r..p.r..nt .
have not proved as satisfactory in I ()APRIL. 1939 ; to the bill of complaint filed unpaid taxes for the year
Service $50.00; N, Thomas Janitor herein agalnat. you on or before 1927 to 1919, both Inclusive, amountIng -
this respect. as has the 847. Teachers Salary Monday, June 5th. 339. to $9787 .

In Manatee County where car- Willie Mae Hinson $3500; J. H. Service $65.00. IL I. further ordered that this ALSO: Nto of RW',! of NW% Sec.
Transportation order be published In the Bradford 25 Tp. I 5 S. R. 22 s:.. 2& Acre SPECIALYOUR
lot shipments were made this .sea- Atkinson, $7666; Ruby Mae Perk Richard County Telegraph a newspaper The taxes. to be sold are evidenced -I
Grlffls. $34.37 J. E.
eon the lettuce growers packedthe ins. $2 .00; Ruby Mae Perkins. ; published In said Bradford) County, by certificate Nos. 1ST and 775
Piown. $40.00; J. E.O Brown $35.-: "Florida once each week for tour of 1932 and 1933 respectively and |
lettuce In the small lettuce $76.00; L. M. Sponholtz $76.00; 35
consecutive weelte. represent unpaid taxes for the I CAR LUBRICATED FOR <
00 J. E. Adklns. $112. 0 J. E.Adklns. .
crate Inside dimensions 9 by 13 J. M. Whittemore. $83.33; Eva ; ; WITNESS my hand and official I I year. U31 to t&::111. both
$3.50; Pency Adklns. l this lith of April 1939 amounting; to S7I.TS.
by 22 inches. and lettuce sold wellIn Anderson $72.83; Eunice Searing, $2L'.00( ; George Rhames, $6.00; :J.G. .ea(OFFICIAL SEAL day) A. J. Thumul,I ALSO: Wi(, of NEVi of Inelu.lv.1 GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFOR

this crate. This crate Is manu $72.83; Clara Flume, $20.00; Flor. Clerk of Circuit Court.! NKk. KMi nf NWi of
Boyd $2.39; J. G. Boyd. $35.- .14 lit II.U' NKU See. 2* Tpv I& S. R. 33 E., 19'
factured by the Nocatee-Manatee ence Brown $60.16; Luclle Johns, Acre. TO PAYSmith's
79 Elam Lewis $2.39 Elam I
Crate Company. Manatee Fla., $25.00; Carl Roberts $50.00; ; ; NOTICR UI" APPLICATION FOR The taxes: to be- sold are evidenced -
Lewis. $82.61: Nelson Green $3.- TAX DEED by ceitlflrateNos.. 269 and 795
Lettuce heads. when fully mature Helen Cody. $37.83; Muriel Nor. 40 Nelson Green $4660 Nelson <<<9eat Bill 'to.' tel of 1932 and 19JJ: : respectively and
; I
should be harvested and hauled to man $63.33: Soi-chle Halrd. 63. NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN. represent unpaid taxes for the
33 :oore. $20.00; Sam Mott $4000; That Mr. Katie Bell Wlmberleyholder yearn 1931 to 1919 both Inclusive, Garag<
a central plucking house for ; EUton $63.33;
Richard Grlffls, .63; Oliver Under- of S of Tax Certificate No. amounting to ':8.4'f.
ping, grading packing and load- Melva Crosby Harrell $81.80; '18. issued the 7th day of Auffuet ALSO: SK, of "SKi4\ of NWH\ Sec.
I hill $2.39; Oliver Underhill, $27.- A. 1.). 1933. ha. filed same In my office I 28 Tp. 6 S.' K. 22 ..::., 20 Acres. ,
V. $69.66 Mabel
Ing In cars. Most In this Aubrey Withers ; '
growers The taxes to be sold
61; Bell Reddish $3.89; Bell Reddish and haa made application for are evidenced -------
territory used citrus field crates Wall $72.83; E. L. Williams, a tax deed to be laaued thereon. I by certificate No. 342 of 1930
$26.11; Andrew Redding. 10. Said certificate embrace the followlnir and represent unpaid taxes for the i
for transporting lettuce from the $300.00; Madge Middleton. 79. 00 J. S. Austin $6.35; Roy Tom- described property In the years 19.24 to I'M! *. both Inclusive., (
; ,
fields to 17 Ruby $8550 Leola Florida amounting" to 15.89. 1
the packing houses. ; Lilley, ; County of Bradford State of ada
llnson. $2.39; Roy TornInson! $83.- to-wlt! I ALSO: W I'i A of NM of SEVJ of I 7In (!) Cen/J
Roberts. $79.17
The small lettuce Kitty Hogged
crate holds ; O1'Jfalg
61; Frank Norman. $4000; L. C. Northeast Quarter of Northeast SW', of SVVV! Sec. la Tp 6 S.:
only two layers of lettuce and 18, $60.16; Evelyn Ritch. $6967: Quarter Section 10 Township 81 22 }J.. 2 Acres. H'I I
Jones $6.15; A. A. Edwards $20.- South Ranira. 22 East containing The taxes: to tie Mold are .. ..
24. or 30 heads are packed per Kdn Prevail $72.83; Ernestine 00; Dewey Murrhee $10.00; H. G. 40 acre, more or leThe ... i I ed by certificate No. 383 of 1932. i t
crate. Crates should be lined Buddlngton $63.33; Edna Hart, assessment of the said property and iepr<*nent unpaid taxes for thelyears Happiness and d Securit r

with whale-hide or patapar paper $79.17; Luclle\ Edwards. $66.50; Ak'eiman. $30.00; J. E. Adklns. under the nald certificate lusii- 1931 to 139. .both Inclusive, I I
amounting to 117.43A
$10.00; Roy TomJInson. $7.50; ed wa In the name of Eitelle Old- .
that is, a heavy paper that Is made Madaltne Andrews, $63.33; Willie I ham. .- : WU, of SE V4 of SEVi Sec. FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
Dewey Mil rrhee $10.00. Unless saul certlf'cate. shall be 27 Tp. 8 H. It. 22 K, 20 Acres _
for this Hinson. $72.83 Mrs.
A 10 to ; Dynura I
purpose. 12quartbucket redeemed according to law the The taxes to be sold are evidenced '
of snow-Ice Is scattered I' Perkins. $69.67; Mildred Morgan, iv TIIR ciitcvir rorur iv AMIPUli property doicrlbed therein wilt be by certificate No. SI8 285 and I A m POLl C} FOR lOUR PROTECT!

between the layers of lettuce also $6650\ ; Ethel Biggs. $6967: Dow IIB %IIKOIII COUNTY. old to the highest bidder at the IOHO of 1923 1929 and 1913: respectively ,
; ."..OR.n \ :Monday and represent unpaid tuxes I
court house door on the fIrst Protect your home. Investigate this '
the Slime amount of snow-Ice is | G. Heck $83.33; Grace Wain- NOTICE TO DEFENDANT In the n'nlltlof Jun. 1939 for the years 19.17: to 1919.' both II new Aq at :

put on the top layer. The paper wright $79.17; Verna Demorest, WILLIAM. ANDBIISON ) which la the (th., day of June, i f clusive, amounting to 153.93. In'j policy. Only a few cents a day will pay 1S. l79
Plaintiff, ) 1939. A1.SO: Lots 1, 2 or KV of
Is then folded over this ice and $76.00; Lucile Kennedy $63.33; v. ) Dated thIs 12th dny of April I' LIvingston, Truby .& Cos Sub-l I your beneficiary$500.00 at deothond an 30 ::::=::::::::. '- #'

the lid nailed on. After the crates I Jessie Lee Lazenby. $72.83; Dorothy NORA PRITCHAnD ) 1939OFFICIAL. of NK'4 of NKVi" tI.". 28 Tp. 6. S. R. I I Income of $50.00.och 35 -..
I month for ----
ANUKKSOX; A. J. Thomas a period ----
I ) ( SEAL) ,
havs been placed In the car one [ Swanbom. $63.33; Evelyn Defendant ) Clerk of Circuit: Court of Bradford. i 22The taxes to be sold are evident-I I cf 120 months ((10 yea,.,.) -wS :::::-------- ::J24.,

strip nailed across each layer of Stump. $69.67; Myrwln Long, <. The %.... of Tfce Slut. ofStands County. Florida 4-14 6t 5-1 by certificate Nos. 429 and 113.1 45 ._________"- .
le.t :
Cj reeUnal 1932 and 19r..p.lv..ly.: ,
crates Is sufficient to hold themIn Long. $9 .OO; Dell Dowling. 101. To: NORA Plim-IIAflD ANDERSON. ,\OTIt..: 0.' \l"p.H''r.o"ll "'011T \.... .. unpaid taxes for the years' THIS plan can be increoWl

place. When car has been 33; Rosalind Williams. $76.00; whose residence and addr. \" ".:"::1) | 1931 to 1919. both Inclusive amountI I! .. Your local A according'
IB unknown <".><*.<. HIM No. IdU Ing to 131.BS. decreased
loaded from 8.000 to 8,000 pound. Planrhe Vandevler. $70.00; M. Wborrow. You are hereby required to appearto NOTICE 1>1 MEREIIY (CIIVKN: ALSO: Lot 3. 4 or W'Aa of Blk SI em, c requireme"tS.m .

of inow-ice is blown all over the $100.00; H. I). Wiggins, the bill of complaint flied herein That layman I). Peet holder of Tax .I Livingston Truby Co'.. HUb-DIV.1
niralnst you on or before Mondaythe Certificate No. 51 *. luinued the tnd, of NKi of NE', S..c. 2$ I
top layer of crates. $88.15; H. B. Wiggins. $69.66; nth day of May A. P. 1939. day of July A t). 1934. him filed 1 II. 22: 1-:..

Lettuce packed In the above Floy Sullivan $5 .M; Ophelia It In further ordered fhat this same In niv office and has. made The taxes to be sold are evtdencied
order be published In the Bradford application for a tax deed to be I- bv certificate Nos. 347 and II351
manner will reach any of the Bryan. $69.66; Jessie Lee Lazenby, County Telegraph. a newspaper sued. thereon. of 1411: and 1931' respectively, and

eastern. markets in A-l condition 50.00: ; J. M. Whlttemore "$50.00; published In said. County of Iliad- Said certttieatr'.mbraeea the fol- represent unpitld texas for the
ford, once each. wek; for four con- lowing den-rlbed property In the years 1330 to 1939 both Inclusive
I. "'.. no additional Icing will be Verna Sheffield $199.50; Emma seontlve weeks. County of Bradford State of Florida amounting to $52.31.

necessary before the lettuce Hill. $69.66; Blanche Edwards, Witness my hand and official neal to-wit: ALtO: r-\iJ of SWM of NWI. A
this 6th, day of Aprit A. D 1939. lot I. 2 of SIlk T or N 1ot SEH W 2S Acres of SE1- of NWH A ES Box 303
reaches the markets.It $7283; Joyce Futch. $95.16; Us (Ob'KirtAI, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, of !4oH, tI." 13 Tp "8. It. 13 E, of NWU of tlWV 2* Acre. of E. R. BOWERS Starke

Is very Important when barnIceberlettucetlull- Reale. $72.83; Jewel Roberts. 76. Clerk! Circuit Court. ,. 20 Acre. more or I...... NRVi of SWK, Ex Road "Sec lit TT \>.
00 Mrs John J Henderson. FSQ, The "**.....n..nl of the paid prnp.cr17 H ft. 22 E.. 86 ..Acrea.The .
L. M.
; $79.17: Solicitor for Plaintiff. 4-7 4t 8-5 under the said certificate I.. tax. to b. old are evidenced .

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3.: 1930: : BRADFORD
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Class In History Of 1 r Sunday !school every Sunday
Fgest Bradford High morning at 10 o'clock. W. P. A. TO DROP MERIT EXAMS

i I Lee Gnlney. who has been in St. 4,000 MOREThe AUGUST 14

Relieve Diplomas At Exercises Friday Night | Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville

has returned to his home herewht're Florid WPA has again The next merit system exami-
stated a gradual reduction In its
he will recuperate' '
nation for applicants who deafra
1 personnel that is expected to exceed -
Mr, and Mrs. Edd Gainey of 4000 to qualify for social service positions -
x r Plant persona by May 8
City were visiting here Sunday -
will be held 26
State Administrator Roy Sch- on August ,

:-- x .l r' -- Little Royace Gainey is very roder said the present quota Is according to announcement by

sick In the Alacliua County Hoar 45,100, which must be reduced to the State Welfare Board
pital in Gainesville. lie is the son The deadline for filing applications .

,99 p cr r. ., of Mr. and Mrs. Royace Gaineyand He explained that since several t is July 15: considerable time
{ grandson of Mr. and Mrs hundred persona probably would being required after applicationsare

a t a rt Lee Gainey We wish him H leave the rolls voluntarily as a In for n complete check-up of

speedy recovery. part of the regular monthly turn- educational and other qualifications -

i + p over the total number who will .
Mrs ,
k M S. M Baird Winter Park
be released as a result of the reduction Application blanks be obtained
visiting with Mrs. G. may
was B. Col-
p d, ; may be less than 4500: per- at any of the twelve dlstilct -
:: son last week She came up for Hons
1 1e welfare offices, or from the
1 i,, the graduation exercises Starke. Workers who leave the rolls state office Applicants are" requited

ai v / Ml4 Her daughter Juanita McKenzie voluntarily will not be replaced I to fill out new application

: was a member of the class. Mrs All classifications of employes. blanks for the current examination -

Baird will teach In our school here Including administrative, white In duplicate and to mall theseto

d next term. If school does not collar and construction project the State Welfare Board at

): t a open until August she expects to workers will be affected by the Jacksonville

IS// i } tsi I V 'hi return here the first of June and cuts the Administrator' said Those who successfully stand the

enter Summer school in Gaines Reductions will be made mainly examination will constitute a list
ti ville. on a project basis with least desirable -
of ellglblea from which appoint
w i I The merchants here are having and more costly undertakings
S.S.. ments as visitor, unit supervisor
being curtailed discontinuedi .
I to call for extra help In their or :
__ __
A < < and district director ma be made
-- i c miiiiiiuoiiuiur pointed outthat Y r
-- stores, so see what a help beans
I I :
GRADUATES ARE "11 and squash are being. Truck after -'1 the May reduction, like that as vacancies occur.Aft
; ATHLETIC FIELD truckload are being hauled of 400 workers dropped early In the result of these tents :53

OVERFLOWSAUDITORIUM HAVE DEFINITEThat PLANS FOR FUTUREAudrey WORK WILL BE I away from here every day. If April will be considerably lean persons have qualified for district II

i Brooker keeps on in another year than those made In other states I director, 130( for unit supervisor
the 63 current graduates Lorena Rosier, "business RESUMED TODAY she will need a curb market of I[ in the Southeastern Region. and 1,094 for visitor.
of B. H. S., are definitely "busi college."
her own.

\edge Sebring Delivers ness poll taken minded"last was week disclosed in which in a Edith Rowe, "housekeeping." Night Games Will Be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baxter Hnr- I
Commencement "will attend business college" Smith, "college. Possible Next ley Andrews and Cliff Andrews of

Address proved to be the most popular Gladys Edna Starling "training. Fall Jacksonville were visiting here

answer, from both boys and girls, for nurse." I II I Sunday i

Speaking before the largest when asked what they Intended to Peggy Stanley, "School." Work will be resumed today on BUSTOandTH

,wd that ever attempted to Jamelf do In the immediate futuie. Four- Bertha Eunice Taylor, "stenog- B. II. S.'s modern athletic field PENSION PLAN
Into B. H. S.'s Inadequate teen members of a class number- rapher." which is being constructed with FOR TEACHERSThe

Jitorlum. Circuit Judge H. L.bring ing 63 stated that they would at- ; Hazel L. Thomas, "stenogra the aid of National Youth Admini-

of Gainesville delivered tend business college. I pher." stration labor. It is expectedthat
Florida has
legislature sent
inspiring address last Friday Next in popularity were the reg- Ethel Louise Warren "Stenog the field will be completed in to Governor Fred Cone an net
-nton the subject of "Youth and ular colleges and universities, rapher." time for the opening. of school!
setting up a retirement plan for
izenshlp' It was a message with eight graduates declaring early in August. iljli1f11zeNEW
Enza Lou Weaver, "business the state's 12,000 or more schoolteachers
11 1 thought-out in Judge Seng's they would attend these Institutions college," The area, approximately 450 .

usual forceful manner and : of higher learning. Six girls fet will Include regulation -
send Bradford Betty Jo Webb, "business college square An organized majority whipped
II calculated to stated they would become stenographers football gridiron, properly YOlK
'hsBS graduates forth In the I while four will be contentto .'' sodded ; a regulation baseball diamond down amendments and pushed the '

realization of their new re- keep house, two will enter Martha Emily Wells "teacher" with clay in-field; and a the senate-approved bill to passage In WORLD'S FAIR

Lnsibilities as men and women. training to become nurses and Hazel Whitehead, "housekeep softball diamond. A running house 73 to 15.
Similar 1'laR.f'to...... s.. America, beet .. I.th. I.
Long before 8 o'clock every seatS only one expressed a desire to Ing. track will encircle the gridiron .Fair by Florida Motor"'0"Li...
[ H S'a 400-capacity auditor- teach. Four boys in the class will Ruth Elizabeth McGnrlty "col- I and bleachers will be constructed! Governor Cone vetoed: a similar end Orerhouad LI.....-.ooo lb.
bill the 1931 Fair beet by sue For ..".
hal been taken. By 8 o'clockry become farmers. lege. passed by legislature
i : to accomodate a capacity of 600 ...tDV. la Unto, ....v, and
square inch of standing Here are the names of the 63 Ernest Dowling "business college spectators Sponsors said the 1939 bill con |I mo.., lake aa L p....-PaldTour
.... .
m bad been occupied and by ." tamed only minor changes from ... a ..... and. lot .1 .p.rl.
graduates receiving diplomas Fri- Bent news of all, from. the stand- p your trip to the b..ta
few minutes after 8 halls and Inman Green, "dairy business. the 1937 measure, but they predicted .d..I..V.. Avoid dUoppotnt-
day night and the notation made point of local football fans, Is the Governor Cone *w ...--'otet' ....... guaroitoed. .
dots were thronged with Harold Griffls, "college. would not
peo- verythlaa 1.ed.esa. I 1.
following their names in the recent aimuncument that flood lights Ala arroaoed
trying to nee into the audl- Sidney Grlffis, "business col veto.ttThe to take lb. I.a.t
poll.A. will be Installed, making night ae.uet el Hme ., Ibo loweet
num, although they could not : lege. act sets up a system of retirement Telephone' or *t.lt your
Z. Adklns, Jr., will attend games possible next Fall =;
p to hear a word of the ad- I Eugene M. Long, "business college based upon the length of I Florida Motor Ue.e'or
t. The Citadel, military college in Also to be constructed at the aw et-wrn. ( eooiplele I.5 .-
ta that was to be spoken there.J a teacher's service. Maximum + _pd.. kids

Passageway through the hall i i South Carolina. Ernest Phillips, "work in store.'' field will be a building providing payments will be $50 a month. ..octal ........ ..... to JBM II
cleared with difficulty for the I John Morgan Chalker will also Charles Priest;' "school." dressing rooms, showers, and Thirty-five years of teaching ser-

r: procession of seniors who attend the Citadel. Andrew Redding, "business college rest rooms. A parking lot will ice is required for obtaining the BOMUE: TOURS $1050

4 by a few minutes after 8 Jewett C. Fogg, "farmer." ; ." also be available for the convenience maximum. A teacher who electsto AS LOW AS

ock in their impressive caps Vann Futch, "produce business.! I Burton Rosier, "electi ician." of spectators. retire will pay into the fund a TliroueltTlleFilrIXPOSITION h While la New York

d gowns It was THEIR night, Oliver Robert Rosier, "farmer." Completion of this important percentage of his or her annual IUS Conway's Service Station
[ Hutto, "truok driver.
I all eyes were upon them as George Silcox "Coca-Cola Bottling project will make B H. S. secondto salary. lacy Conway, Agent

f I marched down the aisle and L. G. Johns will attend the Uni- Works. none In facilities for athletic Those who already have served

onto the stage that had been versity of Florida. Lloyd Wilke I'son, "will Join the events. Its many conveniences is 35 years may retire Immediately "

pped bare of all scenery and James Thomas Kinchen, "un- Navy." expected to materially increase attendance I{ and the bill carries a state apI : ci ,I

:-essentials in an effort to make decided." Edward Hartmann, "enter business at games next year. I propriation of $200,000 a year dur Ui 1

m for the unusually large num- Robert C. Long, "tung oil in- ." ling the next two years to pay

of graduates dustry." Hazel Brown, "undecided" i 1 them if that much Is necessary l

wds of disappointed specta- James Sewell will attend the Etta Fay Dyal "go to Tampa" Football ScheduleBradford

s loitered in/ the halls and int Citadel.J. Elaine Edwards "photography County High

!t of the building, reluctant to B. Strickland, "farmer." studio." School's 1939 football schedule ,

\'i the scent although it was Vernon Silcox, "Pepsi-Cola Bot- Gladys Garrett, "business college with only one date unfilled, was ,

lent that nothing could be tling Works." ." announced this we kIII follows f

'led by staying The noisy John Arthur Torode, "Kingsley Pauline Jordan, "work in : ,I

a of voices made it impossiblethose Beach." Starke"
Irene Lewis, "school in Gainesville Sept 2! -(ireiMi COMSplines .5. .
Wooten ley
outaitle the auditorium Cleon g s ." _________ __ ___0_ Here

years te, Bradford word that was County going hadaed on Beach.Ruth"Alvarez "business college." Alnui" Murihee. "training for Ort.. fi 13--Luke IJmiiiell('try___..n. IhrraOct. Here

i out in full force to see Mary Elizabeth Edwards, "busi- nurse. A i I Iii
Oct. 20-
!omas Juanita McKenzie, "college.
handed to the largest ness college. Rahme. "position In ()<-t. 27-Riddltk .____ Here
dusting class in its history. Clara Louise Flume "stenog- I Gladys Here
Miami." Nov. 3-High Spring

'ProcesHlonal" by which the rapher. "stenographer." Nov. in-JOMJMT .___._ 'I'hereNot.
"beautici- Ella Mae Sapp
duati-8 marched down to re- Lorraine "undecided." '. 17-FU. School for herd
Doris Edna Silcox,
e their reward was played by an course. Doris Strickland, "business college ____ ___ __ _______ There
Marzie B. Howard, "housekeeping. -
school orchestra, under the di- ." Nov. 21-I'l.liitliu Ilirrc :
Ion of Mrs A, ."
E. Wall. Foil Wilier Mae Thornton, "work in
l this was the invocation by Mary Ruth Murrhee. "stenog "

Rev A. E. Lightfoot, and two rapher." cafe.
Hartnvinn "housekeepIng -
.bera. 0 Shining Night," and Elizabeth Phillips, "business Loyiee

Irlah Hills' by the Girl's Cho- college." ENLARGED
"business college.
of B H S Ola Inez Rosier, "business col Desta Casey
Following Judge Thomas Lewis "farmer." -
I Itit.
rmg's address the orchestra lege. E. L. Williams, principal of B.

I beard in another number, I H S, announced this week that 1
wn' JUNIOR HIGHCERTIFICATES 158 new books, standard works of

OUTLOOK GOOD fiction, had been ordered for the

'ECIALAWARDS school library, bringing the total i' LU1;:
-- at B. II, S., to
Whittemore left number of volumes
FOR MERIT Dr. W. E. Middleton member Coach J Gainesvillelast 1, 650.: I' ...... _

of the School Board, and mayorof for summer school In
"Wte'! are still 300 books short of RYAfUUM
The following certificate week after an encouraging j !
special awards Starke, presented the number we should have to j uausm ,

:!merit were made at the comCelllent to the following Junior High round of spring football practiceat meet state requirements," Mr I IIRUCTIDOIARSHIIT

use laat exercises in the school graduates at the commencement: B. H. S., during the last few Williams said "but we hope to I v NTDRAUU(
Friday night: weeks of school reach this goal during the next
Ia Lulu exercises last Friday night: I v.._ .y RRAKESMry
k a/ls- "American Leg- Before leaving, ne expressedhimself year. If at all possible/ I 80" dM
II1edaI Frank Crews Buddy HIowt
for most being well pleased with time the library Mletq
' outstanding as At the samo '
Iia' ,
eighth grade. Garland Godwin, Enos Hayes the prospects for next season and volumes were ordered, $130 worthof ivory 4O seconds -- runcTEDKNEEACTION
llnune! Joe Allen NEW -
Jr. -
Othma Haynes,
GrlUI&-American Leg- Is enthusiastic over the benefitsto new books were purchased for /
,medal for most outstanding Lander Lester McMillan, Claude be derived from the new ath- the elementary departmnt. AlrtOSTRUMSTYLINO: of every day, L'1' RIDING :
In Jr., '
eighth Norman, Freeman \
*Weillmost grade. Jacqueline Andrews Carrie Belle letic field. Mony for the new books wan Somebody buys '!' I Wet SYSTEM, Imt ,..d

;dent t outstanding Bennett, Ida Lee Cone, Doris Dyal, The following boys received raised from library fees and ..peclal snobs it"8H.. ,It'I'J: a new Chevrolet! ni.]r 11.-151.. ...tm, 11o. II
hta8radua ns class 1938 season: (
talc. the
' Green, Darrah Johns their leters for entertainments. I!) ....b. NUl il
Dorothy .
I&rshjp COll8ldt'ratlon "loyalty, Shirley Mor- A Z. Adklnu, Jr., Harold Criffis, ... .. r.

l+ 1ea and achievement" Marjorle Mathews Norman Mae Parker, Everett McKinney Kenneth Turner. UJiOOKERMr I HCHEVROLET'SIAMOJS ....... \ NEWOBSERVATION

!wide Sewellhighest tf 5t programs rank In gan Bertlce, Cleo Silcox, Geraldine Silcox, i George Silcox. H.Carlton II Harper Chas-, L. L. Parker, Correspondent r: ,J ... '. !j
sponsor- James Sewell, -
by tine
the Selma Thorn I i ,
U ,
> Betty Stringfellow VALVf-IN-HEAD CAR
versty of Florida. Rhodes Ernest I .and the demand Is
Martha Harold Alvarez, J. E. Den- Inman Green Ralph Enjoyable MeetingThe .. Increasing4...
Wella ton
: ill --8econ<1 highest mark Kellum, Dean Jackson Phillips John Torode, Char- Ladies Aid met at the home SIX day after day VISIBILITY IJ IJA
atate-wlde Harry
test Cleon Woolen and John Colson last Tuesday !
e n programs Margaret les Priest, of Mrs. G. B.

ill --medal for proflcl1 Edward Dorothy Norman Griffis, Doris Chalker. and worked on the quilt which'i rNR."A.:1.: ...."... .. -- .. .
typing Broughton. :
la making. Mrs. G, E I
---- Harrison, Rivers Hundley, Martha I the with I> .' \ o ,j '.f Ijt, "*' rj' ,; : :.t : :-. ., I
Brs SCHEDULE!: Kirkland, Louise Mathews, Doro-. SPENT FIFTY MILLION many McGauley lovely was gifts presented In appreciation' ." tA:: fTlj. \\ mr.t Wir- : .. : i I

forth thea Norman Velma Norman.To Jacksonville,-Expenditures on the club. _
have Bound of work done in
Starke works progress administration pro- I
. : 2:45: a. m.. 12:33: The guests were served apple i
,1:59: BuildingNow Florida from the begin-
5, IONS P, 121., 3 p. m..> 6:115 Work on jects In July 1935 pie with whipped cream and Iced All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida -
: p. m.Sout'la that school Is out, the ning of the program
through last March 31 totaled tea. J

Bound building during the next few $74,227.118, state Administrator Hostesses tor the meeting were NOT DRIVEN So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW" !
t..ve -
Starkf\: 2:26: weeks will receive its annual RoY Schroder said. Of the total ,. Mrs. CoLnon, Mrs. E. C. Long, Mrs
1It.. a. m.. 10:20:
2 and Mrs. Iva Doug-
of in WPA C. A. Crosby
i. consisting J52.844.646
8:20 >Or aId
A... : P- m. beauty treatment, next Meeting will be at
be- las. The
Ve BolUld to Tallahallll cleaning paint:ng, and minor repairing I nl trtbutrd funds, !the by remainder sponsors of the bone of Mrs. R. T. Hargrave j jon TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
. t\e 12 narke: : 5.50: p. m. arrive All old stain and OH will .. released by I Tuesday May 9. All members Ilire I

rot free P m. be removed from floors which will .r .. ; "-t,'1" J or asked to be present.
Ph!coup "natural" finish, proteced I':' tatlon' Is being extended .
r CItJ service (with- receive a \ special STARKE FLA.
\7. ai"l1t IIlZIltt, ) Phone Lacy Con- by shellac. Badly 'orn ?rs. to you. for vou to come! to ,Ii y,

I will also probably te j

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Breakfast Dinner Given Paul Knight AskedTo playlet pantomimedby clock In the club
Birthday ""'lito"
Is Social EventOf For Mrs AndersonMrs. Judge Music ContestPaul I Madge Brownlee as Cinderella; the newly el'ctt'd, I",",81'1?l hUll,
Pitner Vandivere as the Prince K. O. nl
Duncan ,, J
m ti ,
'5 ode!IAi Woman's Club Emma Anderson of Archerwas Kn'g-ht. son of Col. and Mary Lee Overstreet as the Fairy Mrs A. Z Adk.n. ?", I h'li, "!'
One of the outstanding social the honored guest Sunday Mrs. D. E. Knight of Starke, was Godmother; Claude Johns, Jr., as Citizenship, has chK, :,. hllll'1114'
events of the Woman's Club year when her son and daughterinlaw recently called U Bluefleld, W. the messenger; Peggy Anne Wig gram and has a.nn'ullc..1\, ?, the

______ was the May Breakfast held Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson, Va.. to act as one of the nine gins and Janette Priest as pages, St. Cecilia Club IIf st that 1
n -- day morning at ten o'clock to entertained fro her with a dinner judges in the National Federationof and Virginia Sewell and Roberta will present the progJ',Augus
Joan Carpenter HonoredOn Bradford-Union Federation i the club auditorium. in their home on Cherry Street. Music Clubs competitive festival Whitfield as the step-slaters. Miss Hostesses for the nt

Eighth BirthdayLittle Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, president of' Quantities of Spring flowers arranged Mrs. Anderson clebrated her sev- held In that city recently. At Virginia Anderson read the play be: Mrs. H. C. Ritch.at1ernoon j
in baskets formed the setting enty-third birthday anniversaryat the close of the three-day session, let and Mrs. Canova played the LIlley Mrs. H. H Mls'R
Miss Joan Carpenter was the Bradford-Union Federation,, for the beautifully decorated"T" this time. the judges were honored with a accompaniment. E. Hazen, Mrs. Young, Mrs!

the honored guest Friday after- has announced a meeting to be shaped table. A color schemeof Spring flowers were used banquet and a delightful program. Miss Anderson also announcedthe J. W. Morgan, Mrs LloYd. Green, Ii
noon when her mother, Mrs. Jun- held Monday May 8. In the Wom- pink and white was carried out throughout the house in decorating Mr. Knight returned to New numbers of the program. ney, and Mrs. Earl \ E lilt '

Ius M. Smith, entertained for her an's Club building In Lake Butler In the table decorations, featuringa for this lovely occasion. York City where he is assistant to I I --.. Searlllg
with a delightful party In cele- lilies and lace The seated at two Cecilia -
of Easter
ath&OO o'clock in the afternoon! bowl guests were Miss Marian Bauer, noted composer St. U. S. HAS 130.2is7oi
bration of her eighth birthday an- I flower In the center of the main large dining tables each covered editor, and music critic During I WOMEN
nlvensary. All),qlub..members wishing to attend table balanced by low bowls of with a lace cloth and centered the past winter he has had ,i To Present Program IN I'llOFEssi
Spring flowers, attractively arranged may notify Mrs. Adkins or! pink California poppies and baby with an arrangement of Easter the privilege of covering concertsof At Woman's Club workers 1930, H.2. percm, ot

In baskets, added a note of Mrs. 'K. G. Duncan, president of I breath. Continuing the decorations .- lilies, larkspur, and corn flower. many famous musicians In the The regular social meeting of percent,of as male compared wi.t, '
to the porch where the low bowls of pink and Late in the afternoon ice cream workers In
festivity the Starke club, before twelve were capacity of critic, among those the Woman's Club will be held United States,
( gathered. Joan white flowers, at intervalson and cake were served. The birth- were engaged
young (people o'clock Friday morning. placed heard being, Oscar Zeigler, pianist, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o1- professional
wearing a dainty blue taffeta tea I P the table. day cake iced In a delicate shadeof Orrea Pernel, violinist, and the
dress, greeted her guests upon ar American AwardsIda Mrs. J. Wl. Kincaid, chairman lavender and topped with sev celebrated Russian pianist, Iso
rival.After Legion of the program committee, actedas enty-three white candles, was Ellson, who made his debut at
playing many games on Lulu Davis, daughter of.Mr. toastmistress and opened the served from the dining table. Carnegie Hall on October 26. CANDYfor
the lawn, under the direction of and Mrs. R. J. Davis, and Jimmy breakfast by tuning in on the Mrs. Anderson was the recipient Paul was graduated from the
Miss Kate Struth, Joan and her Woman's Club Breakfast of gifts.
Grlffls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. "Starke many lovely Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
guests were Invited onto the porch with the Hour". Mrs. Kincaid assisted by I I ,Those present to enjoy the day last summer where he was sig- MOTHEROf
for refreshments. The beautifully Griffls, were presented Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., cochairman with the hosts and honoree were: nally honored for a number of his
'decorated birthday cake was iced American Legion awards for being sang the theme song Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and own compositions.
in yellow and topped with eight the best all round eighth grade "Good Morning." which was fol- daughter. Miss Jean Davis; Mr. course even a commonplacebox

blue' candles. girl and boy respectively. The lowed by group singing and,clever and Mrs. George Anderson; Mrs. Pupils of Mrs. Canova of Candy would please ,
About thirty young folks were students were judged on courage, jokes. Mrs. Wainwright presented A. W. Anderson, A. W. Anderson Mother because of the senti- ? ''
present to enjoy the afternoon character, service, companionship, a "One-Woman One Act Play" Jr., Virginia and John And- Present ProgramMrs.
with the little honoree. and scholarship. which walt well received. Continuing erson; Mrs. Eddie Wolfe of Jack L. A. Canova presentedher ment of the gift. But if you 1

I the broadcast was Miss ''sonville; Mrs. Pauline Stone and piano pupils in a delightful present her with a box of Nun-

Juanita Barefoot singing "May. children, Billy, Betty and Peggy recital last Thursday night in the nallys and Gales she'll)) be simply
time" accompanied at the piano Stone, and Miss Mamie Anderson, auditorium of the Woman's Club
It's always a wel-
by Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. L. O. all of Archer. building. The young artists per- delighted.
Powell gave a musical reading formed before a large and appre- come Mother's Day gift.
"The Bluebird of Happiness" and John Chalker Is HonoredAt ciative audience.

Miss Dolly Lamb, dressed as Aunt Party and SupperJohn Bowls and baskets of spring SPECIALLYBOXED si

', Fannie, sang "Take Me Out To Chalker, member of the flowers, placed In the auditorium,
The Ball Game." Throughout the graduating class of '39 of the formed a pretty setting for the re-
program Mrs. Kincald made her Bradford County High School, was
broadcast realistic by her clever cital.The $1.00 lb. up
the honored guest Saturday when program was as follows:
announcements and her imitations his mother, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, "Butterfly" (John Thompson),
ALL COLORS, LtUIES' PRETTY LINE LADII S' of the "Eight O'clock Breakfast entertained for him with a swimming piano duet, Betty Ann Flynn and
Handkerch. 25c BAGS 98c to $1.95 Club Hour," sponsored by the Nat party and buffet supper at Peggy Anne Wiggins; "Betty and
Up ional Broadcasting Co., D. M. Mc-
the summer home of Mrs. A. M. Bill" and "Blue-Bells of Scot- ,

.- --- _.. .. .. .. Neal of Chicago Is toastmaster. Darby on Kingsley: Lake. land" (Thompson), Elizabeth Cox; -p
Climaxing/ the morning's festivi- After enjoying swimming and "The Pop-Corn Man" (Thompson)
ties was the May Pole Dance other water sports the guests and Down the River" (D. G.
HOSE 59c HOSE 79c to $1.00 under the direction of Mrs. 11. J. were invited Into the dining room Blake), Madge Brownlee; "Ste m- 'S/ j4I
.. - Davis. The young dancers: Ida where supper was served buffet boat 'Round the Bend," Betty
It will to visit Lulu and Marjorie Davis, Fay and style from a long table. An attractive Anne Flynn; "Gentle Night" and
pay you -
Mary Alice Yarborough, Betty arrangement of Spring "Silvery Moon" (Williams), Jan- _I
our Millinery Department Jean Wade, Frances Colley, Virginia Sp,4rrt
flowers added a decorative note ette Priest; "The Merry Clown",
where you will find the Sewell, Gloria Buford, Alice
t to the table. "The Cuckoo" (Thompson) and
newest and most up-to- 'i June Harding, Evelyn and June
r Later in the evening the guests "Turkey In the Straw" (Henry
date line on display } 3' Hall, Freddie Wimberley, Nina drove to Gainesville where they Wallis), Pitner Vtmdlvlere; "Car-

Bishop, Elise Green, Collette attended the picture show. ry Me Back to Ole Vlrginny" (arranged -
Priced at 9 Green, and Clarice Thomas. Mrs. Those Invited to enjoy the party by Thompson), Mary Over-
E. 1C Perryman accompanied the with John were: Miss Juanita street; "La Cucarache" Mexican
98cto$1.98New dancers at the piano. Barefoot, Miss Edith Rowe, Miss Folk Song, and "The Skaters"
Hostesses for the Breakfastwere Doshla Smith, Miss Enza Weaver, (Waldteufel) Louise Pearce; I See Our Window Display for Candies!!

---- g - --- -- : Mrs. Eugena L. Matthews, Miss Frances Peek, Miss Gloria "Waltz in a Minor" (Grieg) and and other giftsCARPENTER'S
Mrs. T T. Long, Mrs. J. W Kin: Johns of Jacksonville, Misses I"Gavotte" (Gossec), Jack Dyer;
shipment just cald. Mrs. N D. Wainwright, Jr., Mary and Margaret Chalker of "Habanera" from "Carmen" (Biz
arrived Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, and Miss Palm Beach and A. Z. Adkins Jr., et), Virginia Sewell; "Toreador
Evelyn Stump. Mrs. O. L. Beas- John Arthur Torode, Artford Song" from "Carmen" (Bizet),
Ladies' Toppers ley was chairman of table decorations Brown Jimmy Sewell, Al Kay Roberta Whitfield; "Alumni Re-
and Miss Stump chairmanof Carlyle, Clifton Kirby and Walter union"' (Morrison), piano duet,
as low as w. ( f auditorium decoration. Parrish of Gainesville, and Tommy Jack Dyer and Louise Penrce. THE REXALL STORE,,

Circles" Bitch of Jacksonville; Concluding the program wan a
$1.98Ladies' 454.
Met Monday

Circles of the Baptist Woman's
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Missionary Society met Monday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Circle Announcement
Beautiful New a
No.1, Mrs. L. O. Powell, leader,
COAT SUITS } met with Mrs. T. B. Harding with
Mrs. V. H. Carden as co-hostess.
Mrs. Powell read the second
$3.95 .
chapter of Acts for the Bible : We are sort of sorry it had to happen, but
study after which Mrs. A. M.

Men don't miss seeing our new Darby, president of the society, owing to the growth of our business, we have
offered an Impressive prayer.
line ofSUMMER
a After the business session Mrs. J "
SUITS Powell taught Chapter II In the (.,. found it necessary to move to newer larger

Y I Missionary study book, "The New ...
$5.95 to $12.50Men's How and Why' of W .M. U." -headquarters '

__ .. I Mrs. M. F. Ha/en a new mem-
ber was welcomed into the circle.
Summer Pants 98c to $3.95 During the social hour delicious

-.. sandwiches and iced tea were ......e,.,
Something new in served to the twelve members '
present. This circle will meet C' : is. .
MEN'S: DRESS SHIRTS with Mrs. O. A. Anderson in .;: ddresS \ ,

All sizes 14 to 17 June.
Circle No. 2. Mrs. H. L. Brown. : neW a ''
? :;
only 98c lee, leader met with Mrs. J. H. the St. :
Hundley at the home of her Call ,
-- daughter Mrs. Jim Bitch, at the ,.. i .

I Up-to-date Line Men's State Farm. 8 E. a.,
The Devotional was led by Mrs. *J\> 1 2
B. M. Fua elJ. During the business 1'J.-. : \ :
All Styles session it was decided to .. hotn
." c."Coss .
meet at 3:30 o'clock during the ;
S 1' \D
98c to $3.50New -, ,;fL S
summer months. Also arrange- 1':" FLOR .. ,' ,
ments were made for sewing Wj' "AR :
line just received For \V -DrC9gef Men Mrs. S. B. Sparks, Mission 5 ..

Study leader taught one chapter
SWIM SUITS Friendly Shoes from a mission book. .! '
Mrs. O. B. Flynn will be flower
FOR THE ENTIRE All styles and colors chairman and Mrs. A. E Light-
foot and Mr. J. H. Lord are the I We do not hesitate at taking this opportunityto
FAMILY $5.00Good program committee chairmen for

the month of May. thank YOU for the have
the""OJd part you played in
quality BlueChambray All styles in Re The hostess served sandwichesand

liable" Bona AllenSHOES iced and four tea to visitors the eleven present.members assisting us to grow to the extent that made the

Work Shirts .
Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. P. "
This Shirt worth 65c E. Canova Sr., and Mrs. Richard change possible and necessary, and we imploreyou
Special Kldd. The halls and living room
s of this spacious home were beau to tie a string around your finger to remind
49c $3.00 to tifully decorated for the occasion -M

-- -. -- with a variety of cut flowers. you of our change of address, and this invita-
The devotional was led by Mrs.

Over 300 Pairs of new R.II. L.A.Hough Thomas circle Mission leader. Study Mrs. tion to stop and visit with us at your earliestconvenience.

SUMMER SANDALS chairman, gave a review of the .
third chapter of "The Teepee
Trail. Circle No. 3 will meet at
the pastorium at 2:30 o'clock on Mrs. W. B. Mundy
Monday. May 8, for completion of
the study ADd an examination of Mrs. A. H. Johns
this book.
$1.98 After the meeting adjournedthe Miss Johnnie Russell

hostess served delightful refreshments -

of sandwiches, cookies,

and'Save and punch. REMEMBER 128 E. CALL STREET
Trade at Alexander's .

New Kingsley HomeWork

la nearing completion on
Alexander & Co.
: a new Klngtley Lake summer
home for Mrs. Leona Knabb of LE/LA'S BE A UTY SALON P 149 E

B. E. HATFIELD Mgr. Macclenny. It will be one of the
most modern places at this popu-

,I ..", ,, -.. lar resort.


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R R. Hutchings oT Gainesvillewas I Mrs. James Godbold returned to Mrs. Fred Guy of Leesburg at-l I Mr. and Mrs E. E. Moore of I I Dowling Mr and Mm V D Har-
.- the guest Monday of his her home In
Jacksonville Satur-
tended the exercises
graduation rell and children
I kitonville attended the graduation were visiting relatives
ents, Mi
and Mrs. T. M Hutch- day, after spending a week herewith Friday night of 1939 clans, of I In Palatka
Saturday afternoon
exercises of the class of 30
Bits of ings. her mother, Mrs W. S. Stro- which her brother A. Z. Adkins .
i man, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowl- Jr., is a member. Mrs. Guy was I of I n. H. S, of which Ernest

Miss Marjorie Stump of Bun- Ing. joined Saturday by Mr. Guy who, howling Jr., is a member. While Deaths from appendicitis in the
nell spent Saturday here with her spent the week-end here. I here Mr. and Mrs Moore were United States have Increased 3J

Weal Ne parents Stump. Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Miss| Pearl Manning and her I guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I percent since 1900,

house guest, Mrs. Thomas Richael Misses Freddie Wimberly, Ruth

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. I. of Jacksonville, spent Saturdayand and Ester Simpson, Mural and I I
CONCERNING H. Blasslngame has returned Sunday in Ocala and Wild- June Hall. and Carolyn Keen are SEE OUKENSEMBLES ALL KINDS OP
TOWN to her home after
OF THE COUNTY ANn spendingsome wood visiting friends and relatives enjoying a house party this week
PROGRESS time In Jacksonville with relatives Summer Pants
at the Klckllter cottage at Kings-

I I ley Lake. The young girls are In Sharkskins. Hopsacking
II I I Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere Mrs. L. I Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards chaperoned by Mrs. Pearl Simpson Poplins and liroadcloth 89c to $5.50
Itls Stern spent TuesIl Floyd Green Is Improving after A. Canova and Miss Evelyn Stump and daughter Fredricka, and Miss .
A ill at his home Shirley Struth of Jacksonvillewere
being seriously spent Monday afternoon in Jacksonville -I $2.25 to $3.75
f IJ1 I Jacksonville.. here for the past week. week-end guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land-
-- w B Mundy Mrs W. H. Struth and Miss Kate rum had as guests last weekendMr. WORK SHIRTS
lit aDd Mrt Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boswell of Struth. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum, and
'Wednesday Max Massey flew over from Palmer Brooks of Inverness, and
Ocala were guests of Mr.
dinners 50c at and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mrs. here New Smyrna recently and while AU vegetable plate liuuti 20c; Mrs Ella Cason of Tampa. They WORK SHOES Hy Washington DeeCee
[ was the of
s ,y chicken guest Miss Pearl regular lunch S5c at MLE'S. were accompanied home by Idell

D. I.. Silcox, Vernon Sil- Manning. Landrum who will spend the sum- $1.49 to $2.75 50c to $1.00

;-Galne. is spending thlaSU cox, and Mrs. Ralph Cox spent last Mrs C. C. Cross has returned to mer with her grandparents
W. A. McCall and
Pas-A-Grllle with rela- Thursday in Jacksonville. I I Fannie her home in Atlanta, Ga., after Compo or Leather Soles
k at McCall of Jasper were guests I H. C. Maxwell, senior super-
spending several weeks here as
j Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. R visor of WPA projects in Brad-
r Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and Mrs. I the guest of her sister, Mrs S. E DRESS SHOES
N. N, Prevatt left this week for I I Newsome ford County has returned to his
Is the Brownlee and Mr and Mrs. J. M. SEE OUR
of Jasper
McCall :I --- work here after being seriously
BrUte Pensacola to visit relatives. Brownlee.
/II of Mr and Mrs. J. E. New- I Mrs. S R. Marshburn and G. ill for the past two months at his J. L. Taylor, Whites, Tans Brown and
W. Marshburn of Tallahassee were home In Ocala. He was accom-
Mrs. W. M. Mrs,
Anderson and Miss Edith Rowe I guests Saturday of Mrs G.Y.. Mrs P. M. Barefoot and daughter panied to Starke by Mrs. Maxwell I Harry Hyman, White, Black and White
MJlmle l Anderson of Archer I Alderman.Mrs. Miss Juanita Barefoot spent who will remain here for sometime I Kahn Tailoring Co.
)lIJI of Mr and Mrs. E. M. spent Tuesday In Gainesville. last Thursday In New Port Richey. I
die guest They were accompanied home by $1.89 to $5.00
D. D. Oliver of Ft. Laud-
vii M. Z. Sullivan of Miami spent Mrs. Frances Parker who spent Mrs. ('. E Burton has returned
_O M. Copps ofduoavllle several days of last week with relatives erdale Is the guest this week of the week-end here. to her home in Rome, Ga., after
and Mrs her Mr. and .
parents Mrs.
1Ct are spending some in the Theressa section Sr W. A.Bessent. enjoying a visit here with her

father, J. 11 Rowe, and sisters
home here. Miss Martha Brownlee and Miss
it their
Billy Blakely of Lake City I Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe
Gertrude Carnes of Jacksonville\
I -
Mr. and Mrs.
M Smith
several days here last week
: Mrs. Button was accompaniedhome
Wilmot of Los Angeles. were guests Sunday afternoon of
Edward and daughter, Joan
aa the guest of. Lyle Anderson. Carpenter, left Junet Anderson who will
here of by
has been the guest Monday for D. Miss Brownlee's parents, Mr. and
j.' Washington, C. to Mr and
Ernest Wilmot. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and Mis S. visit her grandparents
visit relatives.
son Miss Lanell Stokes left
Tuesdayfor in Rome
Mrs. J. F Burton,
1.019'I' Rockford Mich, where she I K. Brownlee. I "The Dependable Store" Est.. 1894
Judge A Z Adkins, Miss: will spend the summer months. Mis O L. Beasley, Mrs. L. D. Friends of Miss Marjorie Stump,
Uu and A. Z. Adkins Jr., II I I: Vinlng Mrs K. G. Duncan, and Mr: and Mrs. R. W. Mills and music instructor In the Bunnell

at t Monday and Tuesday In Mrs, L. A. Davis spent Tuesdayin daughter. Miss Elizabeth Mills, of High School will be Interested to
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Agin of I
ctamvllle Jacksonville. Jacksonville\ attended the graduation learn that she left Tuesday to accompany Your Dollar Buys More and Gives You
Baldwin were guests Sunday of exercises of the class of '39 the High School Bund
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register I of B. H. S, of which Miss Clara
Marjorie Davis spent the weekend to Charlotte N. C. The band havIng Fresher Foods

A at Kingsley Luke as the guest Flume is a membei won in the Florida bund con- -- -_ ._ ..
Delicious Barbecue nnd ham- I
j i of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright -I test will compete in the National
{ COLLEGEEDUCATION burger sandwiches at IIAILI''S.Mr : .
I and family. Mrs. Albert Keen and daughter contest which will be hold in

i I Miss Patsy Keen. Mrs P. M. Charlott. Tip Top GroceryAND
and Mrs. V. B. Harrell und I Mrs J. W. Kincaid returned today Barefoot and daughters. MissesJuanita
(U citimirrd to .bt worth 1-
family were guests Sunday of
$190000 TbouMods of ffuwttfthird : after spending a few days In and Sara and Mrs. L J. 1I
p....... ego Muring Mrs. George Taylor in Gainesville ,, Tampa with her parents, Mr. and Green and daughter Judy spent I
IJAt their the cduiatioa children through sad) Situ th*._off. I I Mrs. A. C. Durden. Wednesday in Jacksonville MARKET

Mrs. B. M Fussell, Mrs. Mae I ujoninosWANTlin I
Educator I I
Reliance PolicyaiBOLD Edwards, \Miss Elaine Edwards, Mrs. Julia Eastman spent Wed- Mr and Mrs. George Rennet, SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
MV-Yr Elbert Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. I nesday and Thursday in Lake A. K. Wall, Jr, and W. T Weeks

aiBOLD c. WALL, Agency P. C. Thames of Gainesville were II! Butler as the guest of Mr. and of Jacksonville were week-end f MAY & 6

Uanre Life Insurance Company theatre-dinner guests Sunday Mrs. C. H Register. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. QRE SURE ,-- _._ ---- --- -
night of Paul Thames and Miss | Wall. A. E. Wall will remain CO-ROLL

of IMttsbarg I Lanell Stokes in Gainesville ,i Mrs: E. M. Thomas is spendingtwo until the middle of the week. Lemons, Juicy, doz lOc

weeks In Green Cove Springs : TO BUY cows and BUTTER
with her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Di hogs. Market prices paid on (fill
I Mr. and Mrs. J. B Mills. and Mrs D. C. Forehand of Albany grades J. D. ODOM, box 247 Pineapples, each 6c Pound

Goodrich Tires and BatteriesELECTRIC Ga., have returned after Staike, Fin 3-31-lyrp
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- spending a week at Miami Beach. 25c
baum and friends of Jacksonvillewill Dr. and Mrs. Forehand left Mon- BALE 40 Acres with over Bananas, 4lbs. 15c
AND BATTERY spend Sunday at the Jacob's day for their home In Albany 1000 feet lake frontage. ideal HHOOKFIELI

I cottage on Kingsley Luke for camp site $200 cash 67
Zenith and Motorola RadiosEasy Mrs. Pearl Couiaon of Luluton, acres with over 1000 feet lake Cucumbers for 5c CHEESE

I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova and I[ Ga, and Perry., Middleton of frontage on Smith Luke, nice
family have moved to Jacksonville: Brunswick Ga, have returned to I I beach $370: terms 20 acres Pound

TermsSTERN'S where Mr. Canova has been em- i their respective homes after with lake frontage,: $200 cash, Tender Beans, 3 Ibs. lOc

ployed for several months. | spending two weeks here as guests Inquire H H Lawrence, Key- 17c
1 of Dr. and Mrs W E. Middleton. I stone Heights Florida' If

GARAGE I'orniOKt ice Crauii. IMntn. lOr, t' HTKAYEO-Sevet range cows Squash, 3 Ibs. lOc --

15o, 20r. Novel tie* 5o at Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Boyer, Mrs. branded "M H". If located ---. -- -.- NEW MAID
\ILK\S.: i.i i. Thomas Rlchaol. all of Jacksonville -
i I and Mi and Mrs. R C. please Starke. notify Marcus Brown, New Potatoes, 3 Ibs. lOc MargarineI'uund

NAT SEZ: Miss Edith Howe has returned Hughes of Daytona Beach were ,-, -- -- .-----. -----. -
to her home here after enjoying a guests last week-end of Mr. and FOR RENT--Furnished apartment found
When I was a small boy 1 reuched .
; umrSalad
down kind of casually and ftititthed visit in Lake City as the guest of Mrs. J. C. Manning and Miss Pearl with private bath extra toomj

a sweet potato out of a bucket I Mr. and Mrs. James Hair. Manning. 54 if ,desired.Starke Fla.F. A. Scott, Phono Up I Dressing, Qt. 37c lie

..< D wTiich won Hetlin' In front of a i
:w., Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cox: have The W. C. T. U. met last Friday -
,grocery store, on my way home.My I
moved to Lake where afternoon ut 3 o'clock with NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS I
dad was a block away and saw they have rented the Edward} Mrs Emma Murphy Attendancewas I am now connected with the Swift's Premium Fancy PackTOMATOES
when I done It. lie followed
me Burn cottage for the summer good.., and an interesting and Three Friends Barber Shop andI
a mo home and what he wild and helpful program was enjoyed. Mrs, will grealy appreciate your

what he did on that memorable I Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin and Olivia Feeler received a number patronage- Clyde Burney 2tpHAZARDS MILK I
occasion guts ever been in my .
-, -
Miss Annie Darby spent Sunday of gifts In honor of her birthday -- --
memory. My love for sweet potatoes in Jacksonville as guestsof and refreshments were served by
afternoon No. 2 Size Can
but after Tall
> has never died Union Can
Dr and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. the hostess The will meet r
all these yean, the} still will not with Mrs. F A. Scott this afternoon Five 1

return my love. Miss Myrtle Reddish has returned 5c 5c
to her home in Jacksonville J OLD AGBACCDENTj] )

after enjoying a visit here as the Misses Margaret Pearce, Juanita TOTAL DJSABJUTY1

WAYNE MAIDFROCKS guest of Hiss Virginia Alvarez. Barefoot Doohla Smith, Gayle SICKNESS... Dum
Sewell, Helen Dowling, Sadie GIANT IVORY SOAP, 2 for 15c

I Dr. S. Sternberg: and Walter Prince, Betty Strlngfellow Edith GIANT SIZE SELOX, 2 packages 25c
Beach were Rowe, Enza Weaver, Mural Smith,
Shelley Sunday Daytona of Dr. Sternberg's and Dorothy Green, are enjoyinga ,..,.........- RED BOX SUPER SUDS, 3 for 25c
guests "'
tFahion parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- houseparty at Wooten's cottageon IIAItOLS) c:'WA'Li: Agency
YOUTHFUL LARGE SIZES Kingsley Lake. The young CAMAY S For Fairsex ToiletSOAP
t berg. ladles are chaperoned by Mrs. P. Reliance Life Insurance Com- Toilet Soap 19c

M. Barefoot and Mrs W. H pany of ritUburg
Johns and Tommy
hails the cotton Miss
craze. Pli.O Giant Horn
Ritch, of Jacksonville, spent the Smith.
beautiful '
line of wash dresses ; with Mr. and Mrs. SOAP 4c
'In week-end here 3 cakes 15c ;
slenderizing large sizes. Just Mrs Carrie
T. J. Griffin and :
tile thing OCTAOONSOAP 6 plant Itan 1 cake le
you have always wanted Hitch. Gorgeous Blooms !
and found so hard to get. '
Miss Bertha Casnel has returned -

Very reasonably priced to her home in New Port Ky., Mothers Day! KIST CORN, 3 for 23c
after spending some time here as -a
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. TABLE PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 Can 12'/ic
$2.98 Herlong. SLICED PINEAPPLE, No. 2 Can lOc
_ I I --

H. II Stroman returned Monday BEST SMOKED
from Tallahassee where he spent J I IQ Id Best White

SILK DRESSES several weeks with his brother and ::,:
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl j BACON BACON

SEW Stroman I
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw and Pound

dared Mr and Mrs. C. J. Shaw of Jack-:
and pleated skirts short I lO
gaffed sonville were visiting friends near I "' c 14c
''Ietaded and flattering I their old home in the Brooker section PI

necklines give these this week.Mrs. a
lfenges .IF-WELl. With Vegetabiee UoUinc

the youthful, feminine A Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. U riutarWhen '

Wearance nn, so Important this Biggs and daughter Dottie Sue, You Can't Be There to Say It Yourself LARD, lb. 9c Bacon, lb. 7'/c

Ether You can't tell 'em from spent Wednesday in St. Augustineas -Say It With Flowers By Wire

priced dresses. 228 guests of Mrs. Biggs' mother, FARRiS i'. 1i. Bradford County HomeL -
Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Nothing is too good for Mother not even that mad. PureLARD

Only most lovely of all gifts Flowers from Clar-Jean i AR D
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Riherd and tribute-a
Shopper Let it be your Mothers' Day ,
of Lake But-
$1.98 Mrs Adam Markee gift that appeals to the heart. ,
ler, were here Sunday afternoon i
e. + -o pees dot Sirto b M attending Memorial Day exercises We've laid in a very special stock of all season- I Can $3.40 Can $3.75

at Crosby Cemetery. I abe! flowers widely diversified in price, for your !

fe'r .' "j Choose in p"rson! or phone your orderto
Overstreet and CI; ..E\N' N. c 100 lb. hag Peanut hay and 100 Ib. IIIIItCOR
Mrs. Lena 97 or 34.CJ.AH.JEAN.
daughter. Miss! FT.m.'<* Overstreet,
f rr. of Lake City att.-n t, a the B H. SriOPPK fl $1.25 Molasses $1.05

S.. graduation .rdlles:l In the
school auditorial 'r-day night

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Miss Louise Rosier is spending

OP INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Gainesville Getting young Gainesville, Recent generous several weeks In Sherman and I FLORIDA FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS
chicks off to a good start is half I rains, coming after months of dry Miami with her cousins, Mrs.

the battle, says N. R. Mehrof ''I weather, have put new life into I Walter Lee and Mrs. Raymond ------

Tflntr forth* extension poultry specialist of the the Florida farming scene reports Secrest. 39 FISH TRAPS CITRUS l'ltln,,
RURAL University of Florida College of received from county agents over Gainesville-C. O. Roberts, Conservation Lakeland-Prlus DROp
Hamilton of Vero
Mrs. Marlon
Household Agriculture. If they eat right, a the state Indicate. agent In Alachua Coun- the Federal attPr
m COMMON SENSE I I Beach is visiting her parents, Mr. Surplus 'oltUnoct
good start generally is assured. I the capture of 39 fish Corporation !
I New plantings of corn, cotton, and Mrs. J. E. Rosier.J. ty, reported for i ''d"I
SOME VEGETABLE DISHES One of the biggest question marksin tobacco, and other field crops in I traps in Newnan's Lake. Roberts ,I fruit took a drop th,
E. Rosier and son, Bernard, '"?""k
L SPUDS JOHNSON the ration Is how
By baby-chick of fish
the north Florida area were stimu- said about 250 pounds agency said .? '
By Anna Mae SLkes much and what kind of proteinto I lated by rains during the past attended the Union Meeting at 'found In the nets, were turned 150 cars of grapefruit \'uld
HAPPY RURAL LIFE Antioch Church near Brooker lilt
Extension Nutritionist DEPENDS ON PROPER use. week. Practically all the bright and Sunday.J. back Into the lake.WARRANT purposes, paying 43: ,'.,,t, fo t
At the National Agricultural Research leaf tobacco crop has been set in S. combination
With plenty of fresh vegetables PLAN, AGENT AVERS Center Beltsville, Md., H. the field and corn and cotton Q. Rosier and children were 3-5 bushel lacks: 35 packed.
this time Florida FOR BURNER'JacksonvilleA oent. ,
available at
W. Titus, n charge of poultry nutrition several visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. ard field box d 8
home-makers should not miss an "To be happy, rural people must } plantings were completed warrant was for N,, :2! grade:
tot the Bureau of Animal weeks Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan ed in bulk and 1
plan their activities and their interest ago.Florida 38
these fine Forester cents
to serve out by County
opportunity Industry, fed different amounts of and children spent Sunday herewith sworn 1 3-5 bushel pack
J. Lee, Smith
citrus container
foods to their families. As variety properly groves are responding -' J. P. Bryan, charging Cal-
her sister, Mrs. Russell Red-
protein, ranging from 13 to 25
has considerable influence on the district agent with the Florida to much-needed precipitation -I' vin Leigh of Dinamore with viola- .
Agricultural Extension Service, I percent, to growing chicks. The that came during the past ding.A. RETHIEMENTFOK JI| IIC
family's reception of vegetables, tion of.the Forest Protection Act, Governor
I chicks gained more weight per I). Rosier and sons were Cone signed j ,
said in a recent talk to farmers. week or so. Growers are now en- rate
offer few suggestions along announcement T.
to by
we a according a legislatl've art: fn. .....
pound of feed as the protein was visiting relatives here Sunday afternoon .
:Mr. Smith's statement, proven tering the homeward stretch of I --- --
this line.Butter district Raney
L. Raney, ment of
;) circuit
by the experiences of generationsof Increased up to 21 per cent. Beyond the 1938-39 citrus harvest. Judges shoe
along with pepper and asserted that persons desiring to served 12
farmers, was never truer thanit that point weight gains Mr. and Mrs R. S. Rosier were years and ..eachea
Cattle are expected to begin lands owned
Bait, may be used advantageouslyfor set fire to forest or age of 60. It
is today--In thlll period of adjustment dropped off again. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M.\ Rosier provide that, ,
picking in condition
seasoning baked, steamed, and up as a result controlled by them are going to may receive two-thirds
surpluses, keen compe- Though 21 percent may be the Saturday Of i
boiled vegetables.A of Improved range grazing night. be required to comply with State pay during '
Vegetable Souffle tition, and rapid change. ideal amount of protein for I following the rains of the past A number of people from Ever- laws regulating the use of fire. who have served ,IU

The individual farm plan, Mr. growth, Mr. Mehrof says it may fortnight in many sections. green attended church at Hell The State Forest Protection Act, retire 20 vew
Requirements: 1 cup carrots not be the ideal amount when cost regardless of their
cooked and finely chopped or Smith thinks, should be based 'on Despite the long dry spell LakeCounty' bronn Springs Sunday night. Mr. Raney stated, specifically for- Those who have served
Is considered. It was shown In
three primary points. This first watermelon crop Is bids not only allowing fire to dam and become 10)1
mashed; 1 tablespoon scraped onion disabled
Dr. Titus' that diet of 17-
study a may
; 2 eggs; salt and pepper to point is production on the farm of I percent protein, for example, Is ing nicely and a good crop of high DOUBLE RUNMrs. age the property of others by set- on half pay. Judges who stet r.
as much food and feed as the
taste; 1 cup white sauce made about 95 efficient quality melons Is expected. Many W. A. Tyler, Cor. ting fire to land owned or con- retire will contribute two
percent as as per ,
farm family and stock need, or as
from 1 cup milk 2 tablespoonsflour that melons are now maturing and trolled by him, without taking of their salaries from the
containing 21-percent t
and 2 tablespoons butter. much of these requirements as If the cost of the 17percentdiet protein shipments are expected to begin Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey and reasonable precautions as required they file notice of Intention
possible. The second point con-
within the next few days. children with Mrs.J. by law. they retire.
spent Sunday
Add carrot, onion and seasoning cerns cash crops for buying: things is low enough, it may be more
to white sauce, then beaten that the farm cannot produce, to economical for the poultryman.Mr. The south Florida vegetable sea- Wood of Lawtey.
yolks. Fold in stiffly beaten son is rapidly approaching its end Mrs. Hattie Conner of Bell was
pay taxes, and provide education Mehrof says, however, thatit INSURE WITH
whites. Cook in top of double but some beans, tomatoes, and visiting relatives here last week.
and medical care for the family. is a good plan to feed a diet
boiler over hot water. other vegetables are still being Mr. and Mrs. JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT
Food and feed, clothing, and containing 20 to 21 percent protein shipped. Griffis of
Other vegetables may be used medical care are fundamental, but until the chicks are at least 12 Starke spent Sunday with Mr. and
in *. The Hastings potato harvest Is Mrs. W A. FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
same way. equally Important, insofar as happiness weeks old. Then the amount of Tyler.

Stuffed Green Pepper and satisfaction are concerned protein can be decreased graduallyuntil well advanced and beans are being Little Dorothy Judd of Macclenny Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA

Cut peppers in two lengthwise are the mental and spiritual pullets are receiving 16 to marketed in other producingareas is visiting relatives here this

remove pith and seeds, and parboil needs of the family. So, edu- 17 percent by the time they are Florida.in north and north central week.

two or three minutes. Fillwith cation, religion, and recreation ready to lay. Mr. and Mrs. Melton Carter of

chopped and seasoned vegetable comprise the third point to be considered As to what kind of protein to While whifh.....there.. 01A. are.._.._?still..*.+*....some*..,..,sec-.t,._ Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,I THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS i
mixture, or equal parts of in further studies ------ u .. UVAW U"- W. A. -
planning.In use, at the Re- Tyler Sunday. will come to home
ficient rainfall, the drought has your every day through
chopped and seasoned vegetable considering these points or I search Center have shown that at been Misses Edith and Rosie Moore
broken In most areas of the THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
and meat or chopped meat and factors, the farmer and his family least 20 percent of the total pro- state and of Hellbronn Springs were guests MONITOR
cooked rice, or chopped vegetablesand must strive for balance, must tryto tein should be of animal origin crops are showing a Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. An International Daily Newspaper
strong to the
muchneeded n ,
cooked rice. Bake In moderate avoid placing too much emphasis -, and should be derived from feed- moisture.response Moore of this section.M. does record not eJlploU for you the crime world'Dr .enoatlon etean cObltruetl": .Ub.r.doe.doln.It ignore The Unnll"them' .

oven. on one and too little on an stuffs such as dried sktmmllk, C. Moore and L. Hicks madea gamily SeS deals. Including oorrecU..I"u.. weekly with tb..m reaturea for bU', mea and IIIbe

Tomatoes, egg plant may be other. A good example of too dried buttermilk, fish meal, and HAMPTON business trip to Jacksonville Sat .-._--------- -------------MalaolAe..._-----Section.--------------------..
stuffed in similar fashion and much emphasis on one phase is meat scrap. urday. Tn. Clirtstlan Science' Publlahlnc Society -
baked. Miss Ada Nlmmo, Correspondent One Norway BLre." Boston Maaaaehuaett
the tendency of some farmers to Please enter my lubacrlptlOD to Th. Cnrlatlan Science Monitor
Egg Plant Tomato go too strong on cash and OltOW.nSNO SEEDSMEN ft period of fw'
-- ., Scalloped. crops FIELD DAY TO BE HELD O. L. Harris and family of Lees- CATFISH; ARK: SUCKERS 1 year $13.00 I months $9.00 I month $S 00 t month 81! 00
gut- egg plant in one-inch slices, neglect the other things that burg, but former residents of St. Augustine Eric Bergen Wedneaday laaue. Including Mugulne Beetion: 1 year*Leo. I Ljuw Ut

pare while, and preparing.drop in Drain salted water might make and more them self-suffici more independent AT STATION-THIS MONTH Hampton, were guests of Mr. and green figures catfish hereaboutsare H.... .._________.___________________________________
Mrs. M. L. Watterson suckers. Exhibiting
two or three minutes, and drain. ent. Gainesville Vegetable growers I II last Sun- of 71, he said he used a string addr.e. _-__________ __________________
of Alachua, Bradford, Marion, and only soap S ewellCR.jr a
Build day.Mrs.
In buttered I
up baking dish, Mr. Smith advises) farmers to Josephine Sullivan who as bait.
other central Florida counties ,I
alternating layer of egg plant, tomatoes keep records of their operationsand are has been for several weeks in I
Invited to attend
a field day to be
and stale bread crumbs, results in order to make ----- -
any Miami -
returned to -
her home last -
held at the State Experiment Station -
seasoning each layer with bits of changes that may be needed on She
here on May 9, Dr. F. S. Saturday. was accompaniedby
butter, and
pepper Cover their farms. He
Jamison, Experiment Station horticulturist her son, M. Z. Sullivan, who is

with buttered crumbs and bake in that it is best to plan ahead for
an employee of the Postal Department
said here today. -
moderate oven. several years, keeping a close in Miami, and is havinga
Grated cheese may also be add watch on results to amend original The day's program will begin at vacation. Property OwnersTAKE

ed. With cheese, this can be usedas plans if necessary. 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, May Miss Marion Clair Johns, who
9, and will continue into the after-
a main luncheon or supper dish. Finally, the district agent says, noon. Growers will has been spending a week with
Salads the farmer and his family shoulddo inspect experimental I her sister, Mrs. Gordon Wads- .

The salad is one of the most Important all they can to support schools plots of vegetables : worth Jr., has returned to her
effect of
showing fertilizers fertilizer
features of the menu. By and churches, to get recreation home this week.
placement, and soil
means of the salad It is possibleto they need, and to obtain all the and also plots that have acidity been Mrs. L. A. Johns has recently NOTICEThe

have in the daily menu some benefits they can from the educational returned to her home here after a

:fresh vegetable, especially some religious, recreational, and planted to cover crops. visit with friends in Orlando.
leafy social opportunities that W. T. Nettles Extension district Audra
green vegetable. are offered Truner and Ralph Bran-
There is an endless number of them. agent, and G. H. Blackmon head nen left this week for Cincinatti,

salads made of vegetables aloneor "It requires planning that includes of the station horticulture depart- Ohio, with a cargo of Florida pro
all these ment, and other members of the

eggs in, combination or fruit. This with Is meat an oppor-, fish, the fullest, richest things, and most to enjoy satisfying station staff will take part in the duce.The Rev. C R. Robinson will I Time Is Ranidlv Annrnarhincr

tunity for- tha_n_ woman-.____.. .In.. iii. .. i,*._ country life, but with themIt program for the day. preach at the Baptist Church next _.....
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to use her ingenuity. cun be fulfilled," he declares. Another field day, for seeds- Sunday morning: and evening, ..1rr -

French Dressing. men of the state, will be held at M. M. Matchett has his new I

Requirements: 2 tablt> SUNNY BROOK FARM the station on Thursday, May 11, residence on Main Street almost when
spoons you can no longer take
advantag of the
Dr. Jamison said. : Murphy
vinegar or lemon juice; 6 table 1'11'1I. Floyd It. Crosby, Cor. All seedsmenor completed and ready for occu
spoons salad oil, 1-2 teaspoon salt, persons interested In seed or pants. and save your property from reverting in fee simple to the

and paprika. Mr. and Mrs :Mills Kelly of vegetable crops are invited to at- George Williams has completed Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of the State oi

Put oil and seasonings in cold Lake Butler spent Sunday herewith tend. In addition to Inspection of work on Ills bungalow on Road 13 Florida. The law
plainly that
says no court in this State
dish, add vinegar, and beat until Mr. and Mrs. Collie Crosby.Mr. seed plots, problems pertaining to between here and the lake. He
oil is thoroughly broken up. and Mrs. Frank Norman Florida seed will be discussed by and his family are happy in their either Federal or State, shall have jurisdiction to entertain

= Jr., and children were visiting attending seedsmen and station new home.BOOTSEY'S. .' any suit brough by a former owner of said land or anyone

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tate workers. This program will get .- claiming by, through or under him for the of
under way at 9 o'clock Thursday purpose ques-
DRINK MORE Crosby, Sunday. BEACHMiss
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner morning, May 11, Dr. Jamison Effle Crawford, Cor. tioning, or in any way litigating or contesting the title of

MILK attended the Union Meeting near said. the State of Florida, or its grantee to said land. This means

La Crosse Sunday.A Mr. and Mrs. Willlard Gasklns exactly what it says. If all outstanding certificates are not
I large crowd from RISINGMrs. of this section are receiving congratulations
here attended cleared
prior to
church at Hellbronn Sun II. II. Lewis, Correspondent on the arrival of a expiration of the law June 9th, you will
day night little daughter born April 28. forfeit all rights in title to the land.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosbyand Mr. and Mrs. B. DeLacy and E. B. Cason, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff

children and Mr. and Mrs. daughter Girlie, of Bostwick were Cason and son, Junior, of Lakeland

And Drink Marcus Conner attended an ice visiting their brother and sister- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.

cream supper at :Mr. and Mrs. O. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis I N. Crawford here.
The Best E. Crosby's Saturday night at Friday and attended the graduation C. E. Crawford and Bin Green
FKOM> New River. exercises at B. H. S., Friday I of this section were 'visitors to Passage of Title Suggested.

Jacksonville last Saturday.A .
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and night. ;
PETERSON'SDAIRY Buck Woods spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. R. Crosby and large crowd from this section

In J Jacksonville with relatives. children attended the Union Meet attended graduation exercises at
Mrs. Mack Henderson and ing at Glen Wood church In Jack Starke school Friday night. Many prominent attorneys of the state say that title will

children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green, sonville Friday. Mrs. Louise Gwinn of Tampais pass to the State immediately following expiration of the

Miss Sara Emily Henderson, and Mrs. N. Mott and children, visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. law and no additional time to redeem can be granted. If
Alonzo Henderson of Jasper were Manda and Marshall, of Brooker and Mrs. R. N. Crawford of this
BUSINESS :, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd spent the week-end here with her section. their opinion is correct you will not be able to redeem certificates -

Crosby Monday. mother, Mrs. W. A. Lewis. Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and daughter under any circumstances after June 9th, 1939.

DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Meister and Gertrude and Miss Annie Mae

Miss Ruthte Murrhee of Miami Ruts of Water Oak section were

---. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W C. visiting friends and relatives in

Conner this week enroute to their this section Saturday afternoon.

The drink summer Mrs. David home in Paulk Tennessee.and little. BOATDRAIN. Property Should Be Checked

daughter of Jacksonville
t spent Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, Cor
that the week-end with her parents

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill. Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Sullivan and I

everybodyknows Miss Dot Crosby spent Friday Mrs. Fronie Murphy were visiting i I Many Bradford county landowners have found old and for-

i night with Elna Conner of Gum Mrs. Sullivan's parents Mr. and ;; gotten certificates outstanding when a check of the record

Branch.. Mrs. K. L. Griffis, Sunday. |
was Had this check not been made would have
H. H. Lewis attended the Fifth Marvin Alford of Palatka was' they

5ltnOT. Sunday meeting at Glen Wood visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene faced loss of their property through no fault of their own.

I church In Jacksonville Saturday.The Grlffls Sunday.Mrs. Have your property checked now. There is no charge in-

fYhr.'I Rev, N. T. King spent Sun P. B. Prevatt of Theressa volved. Clerk A. J. Thomas and his staff of assistants have
COCA-COLA day with his daughter-in-law. was visiting relatives in this sec
CO. r Mrs. Elder King of 'Hampton.Bert tion Sunday compiled a complete tax record of the county and will be

4 WE ARE Shaw made a business trip Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel was glad to render this service.

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS TIME SAVERS to Jacksonville recently. visiting Mrs. Ralph Gainey Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Mr. day. j, .

I MONEY SAVERS and Mrs. W. C. Conner, Vera Lee Miss Thelma Prevatt spent last I

CARPENTER'SThe Every Business Needs Them and Irene Lewis and Edd Aszman Wednesday and Thursday at Lee

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lake with relatives.A .

Rexall Store BUY FROMBradford Bishop Thomas at LaCrosse.Mr. large crowd attended prayer See Your Clerk Now

PLUMBINGPrompt and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and meeting at the home of Mrs. Z.

I Service at County children Dot and Nell Doris Z. Griffin Thursday night.A j

: Reasonable Prices Telegraph Strickland and Elna Conner of large crowd from this section -

Let Me Estimate Your Job Gum Branch were visiting Mr. and enjoyed a picnic at Lee Lake j
STAKKK, FLORIDA Mrs. Luther Harrell at Brooker Thursday. The party was given
recently. { by Elam Lewis.

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-- 111.N BOYS AND GIRLS APPEAL of all kinds than t ere- ;e- at I ---I

RPHFOR SUMMER VACATION HOMES present."Workers In wood-using plants BOY

und In many closely related Lndus- : urcljt

mu fifty homeless manently with the families who tries need their jobs permanently, SCOUT I

bUpdred >from eight to slx- take them if the plans work out business men need prosperous NEWSMany
l"and glrl8- now under the favorably for all conceined. communities; farmers need the
!! of Home The Society is particularly anx- markets created and maintainedby

yeaf The, Children's _ _ _
of Florida 1 "Florlda'steSt lOUD to find opportunities for large scale employment; and activities have marked'

1f1Y of m Its Re- people throughout large sectionsof I BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN

charitY Jacksonville.m several older boys and girls from the United States need not only the week for members of the Boy neA... E Llgtfoot n,,,. Frank ttoplnson Supplied by Rev. Fred Terkei. Jr. Rev W. T. McOttlr

flOpl1I! al< fourteen to sixteen years of age Pastor Pastor R.". Dr. Rica and Rector Pastor
Scout 70. Lam
,111I and Penaacola the products of Southeastern Troop Thursdaythe A. J. Thomas, \ept. R.: K. Ferryman. Uer. Dr. Adam Sunday: School Supt.Mies Sunday School SuptMr

!!. M"" for sum- who want to earn some money forests but also the prosperity following Scouts attended the Sunday tlch"l 0.". Superintendent Organist Ella) J. Basis *. Ira Wtlflun

pleading during the summer in addition to Sunday SchGl of Church PcTiool Mr. B. )C. DavU OrI'an..t Sunday School
earnestly hOmes with kind that a working: population generates. Court of Honor In Jacksonville ':-45 A. M. Church School Supt.Mr... James Carlisle 1* o'clockWorship
board and to enable Church !School!
their care, Servle
vacation FlOria MorningS rv> 10 A. M. Serrlcea
... ...
r all over and received the following ad- Roy .U. Every! : Cal< Sandal'Baptist
families to them to assist the Society In sending "Timber 11 A. M. Mnrnlnv Worship Sunday k"o 0 1. ...
fle4 a chance is the foundation of Church School 11 o'clock a.
Service 11 .
them A. M. 1 A. M.
o 'lint give routine ru'eethat them to school this fall. Someof much southeastern industry, agrl- vancements: Scouts Bobby Biggs I'nlon. 1:00: P. W. EveningV<\T: hlp 10. A. M. !Sundays! U A. M. 1:00: o'clock p. rn.

from the these boys and girls are seeking Chester McKinney, and Kdward Evening Service. Harvlco, g-Oo .'. M. Morning Worship) Prayer Meun-
a\Vay are necessary culture business and employment, 8.00: l P. M. YoungP.opl.'. 11 A. .. Friday,, 1.00: P. M. Wednesday Night

d regulutlon for children I permanent employment. and productive forests are essen- Brazle from tenderfoot to Second Prayer MeetingWednesday. t..a u. M.. tinr. Holy Days.lo A. U. ':00 o'clock .

IlIJItitution 8:00: t'.M 7:00 f. M. _ _ _
r.-er'/ chance to earn their All Inquiries regarding: these tial in maintaining permanent and class. Leonard Smith and Frank Plan In Prayer M. ..ttnsVun ; MI? ALLIANCE \

d bave a summer by doing summer placements of children prosperous communities. Everyone Mr. Mona C h the Robinson. III., were Interested Choir Dlrectc M711A'MISSION GOSPEL TAB. FrankFtoblnson
dUring the will gladly be answered by"Daddy" therefore Mr F. li. The Rev.
y chores about has a material Interest Pow.U
jobs and Fagg, 40 Buckman In spectators with the Scoutmaster JOhC.J: Ctlr"n".tI Cteulr Sponsors: Sponsored by
e for a summer preventing the tremendous Director Mr. and Mr.. Vie. Prealdent

I ct, In eJlchange BUilding. Jacksonville Florida losses of timber each year due the Rev. Frank Robinson, at this Board J. F. of KlcklltftChairman D..*e
&tIofl.e Society of who is delighted with the scores to fire. Timber saved Is timber' Court of Honor. Scout Lester 45s1.tsnt, Oretatel.t Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasure
Children's Home Board of Tru"t,'sI. '1'. Long, A. l'tanl Study each each Friday and Hun- : *
its State Superlnten'I1 of summer vacation opportunitiesthat that can be used with benefits to McMillan, unable to go to the Q. Powell Choir. _Director Tueailuy evening H 00 _day evening 8:00 The Rev. Fred" V rke*

and "Daddy" Fagg have been provided for the all. --_ ,.--rr -
C but aatlsfactorly
Court having
*I Marcus for these boys and wards of the Society In the past "The Seaboard railway presents all requirements was advanced -n ru-L "Better Homes"Week the Golden Calf by the Israelites
, eager these summer: out- and Is very happy in the fact that these facts for consideration by during :Moses' absence on Mt. ,
from second Class to First
.1 to have they know that the already a number of children are I citizens of the Southeastern Class. The following boys were BOB JONES ObservedAt Sinai. There is always a tendency t

. because n' _iu fhe vacation assured wonderful vacations In States. It Is information that among the people to turn 1
awarded Merit Badges at the Methodist"Better
dren WUI a Scondly.. be- the mountains of North Carolina should prove helpful to those Interested regular Scout meeting last Monday 1. Comments On Here I from God and worship tho works '

Pled is having a hard and to the World's Fair and In maintaining productive of man's hand Today we call
Society night: Frank Robinson III., Week" observance -
1 the and will Eastern Points, as well as at the forests and In encouraging And Hereafter Homes / U "Humanism. All sort of convention

ggle financially If all of lu older Beaches and lovely farms and greater public support for fire Knos: Haynes, Sonny Leonard Haynes _Lr _- Was held at ,the First Metho- ), conferences and public
Mike Dew. Buddy Davis -
greatly diet Church last morning
eflt self sup- other delightful homes all over protection which Is a fundamental find Sunday gatherings are fostered with the
could become Smith. Jr. and Comer Ferryman Who by searching\ can the morning worshipservice
at regular
IdrtP rrwnthsfinallY Florida for the present summer. I requirement for timber growing" intention of glorifying the attainments -
for the summer The boys, now that school Is God? The answer Is plain. During tile service the
ing How about taking a child or ---- of The two
; man.
the Society 1 God finds man.If
because out will be allowed the privilegeof cannot find God- pastor the Rev. Frank Robinson.
fine two into your home or on your God world's fairs now In operation are
of these 48 BRADFORD know God .
Is to ever \
many earning three merit badges man of the of beauti!
d that- will remain per-I vacation trip this summer? .. Ouu I __.._. _...._ Ut___. a'* lr..nUln.. Sn. spoke necessity" calling attention to the genius of
.nd elrls eacn month insteaa or two curing mush [linac rijneci Juuv.man. tying homes and Churches of the ;
sil a CCC The man's Invention.i It Is wonderful ;
I the months of school It Is expected Got reveal Himself. community as a means of mIlking
FOREST FIRES what has accomplished\ and
dieofRoad that when the Troop Committee Bible i is the only book that han the religious life of the membersof man
According to figures made due honor should be given. But
been written that gives a
CHIEF CAUSE OF I meets on May 16 there will ever families more worthwhile.
Tactics AdoptedBy available by the State Welfare ,authoritative revelation there should be no neglect of God.
be the largest number of applications real complete, 'Quoting from the editorial column

Legislature TIMBER WASTEStating Board, selecting agency for the that this Troop tuts experienced. i of God ai)d His will torout'lives. I of the Telegraph, he also said that The New York1orld's Ifalr/ wets of
find revelation opened with a display in honor
If we institutions
the three
Civilian Conservation there Inseparable
of the flesh on
the glorification
the lids "
forest fires wilt between
that are of Gods
P. Fuller) : During the meeting lust Mon of any community were the homes
Walter 48 Bradford Babson
County boys Lords
the Roger
(By ROAD-This Is a mld- one of the chief enemies of southern day night C. Howell Nasworthy, of the Bible, then there Will neverbe the churches and the schools and
there Is
DDLE who were members of the CCC on real said quite recently that
T. mortal man
timber, Warren White found by any dependent
legislature. There President of the Rotary Club, that/ these three were utterly between Sun'
--the-road\ general Industrial agent of the April 15. of this year. Interesting revelation of His will. Men who one the other. In closing a decided connection
Head- 70
with alarm. sponsors for Troop gave an upon observance and the buslnewi
"viewing day
are having tough go- Seaboard Air Line railway announced Each member is paid $30 month talk to the Troop. He reject the Rible! aft the authoritative his sermon Mr. Robinson urged Index God will not honor that
iwkers '
compelledeither :
f recently from his head ly for his work and of this Word of Ood are his hearers to make not only
Yet remember It Is only the told the boys of some of the plans nation that dishonors Him. The
quarters at Noifolk. Va.. that amount at least $22 is to deny His existence or the exterior and grounds of their
monthly this .
inning of the fourth week. I that the Rotary Club has for wealth of the world Is being melted
InI That Is exactly -
everyone has a material Interest returned to his at create their own got| hmelmOI'e beautiful but to
Fact is, to date the legislature I needy family Troop in the way of helping them doIng ) into another Golden Calf today .
evolutionists are .
(arias been a bunch of earnest preventing the tremendous losses home On the basis of the State provide a headquarters of their what make the everyday lives of the occupants Nations eve turning once

well of timber each year from these Welfare Board's figures Bradford own. Full announcement of these of the homes more religious -
unusualy not the erectionof
jd 1 working men I more to idolatry,
with information; acute- ravages. boys are earning $1,440.00 monthly plans will be made public as soon The god of tlte evolutionists is ( which when accomplished tangible Idols primarily, but

tipped conscious of the fact that the Mr. White said In part: I for work In the CCC. The aw a few more details are worked I more cruel than hlr d. His pio- gives to any home a more beautiful the Ideologies that are supposedirpicnrui

back home are Governmentd "Although forest fires have been Welfare Board's report indicated out. Frank Robinson III., Enos cess of creation Is n bloody one existence. Assisting in the "_ ___..____0 0"1 uinr_ ...
a tax conscious. So there has outlawed by every Southern State that Bradford County has an an- Hayes Sonny Haynes, Mike Dew, According to I ho evolutionists.God sorvlce were Mrs. E. K Peirymun I I"U .

much hard working on thei as the greatest enemy of growing nual cash income of $17,280.00 Arch Thomas, Jr., and Leonard creates. t Dy brutality and at (he organ; the Chimes operated -

eo nevertheless areas bloody strife. Joseph!! McCabe A. W. Anderson, Jr., and a
bills little action. Which timber, large from CCC allotments on the basis Smith were appointed by the by TAIIKKNACLM:
; that as the weeks are burned each year as a resultof of the present strength of the Scoutmaster to work with Mr. said, "The price of evolution has beautiful selection by members of Last Friday night the usual

not saying human carelessness with fire In been a hell of pain an ocean of the choir.
Corps. and the Club
Rotary I local
nil away nerves, and the Inan- Nasworthy meeting was held with the

I needs of the state become a the woods and along highways/: I The report pointed out that the on these plans. blood." The coldest 'hair-split, The evening service was conducted gospel team in charge. Lust Sunday

and because Insufficient public ting" electlonlst who ever taughtor members. of the Intermediate -
problem. Junior Assistant Scoutmaster, ( by night an Inspiring service was
pressing, desperate selecting agency has Just completed -
the Wtofd.. never reflects I
funds restrict organized protection thewurship
III. Department leading held A of people
won't go haywire. There Life Scout Frank Robinson. group young
agi CCC
a regular quarterly God by holding Him up
fire to limited areas. on
certainly no Indication In that against and Senior Patrol Leader, Star and the pastor pl.t'lIchin"a from Faith Temple of Jacksonville
forest industries and enrollment. during which 1,674 additional as a cruel God building Ills creation -
"Existing the
tctlon yet. Scout Enos Hayes represented the I short sermon on subjt'ct"l'ralsing were In charge of the service. Itwas
others expanding southward, suchas Florida became on the survival of (he fittest. God" Those part
men taking
young Troop at the Rotary Club meeting Inspiring to hear these young
Quest now Is that a sizable He has always been exalted by
will pulp and paper manufacturing, I' members of the organization. Wednesday and gave the Scout'sversion from the Intermediate Departmentwere men of High School age testifying
aunt of sound legislation I the orthodox as a God who makes
amounts of wood annual Smith Jr. Ellsevsierii
require large Leonard and
of the
to the Gospel
out by the first part of This enrollment brought the of the need for carrying survive by Infinite .... .. power_ .
ground the unfit
I.J v. Thn u__ ......nwln'_n...."." ranar-itv__ ____ ofSouthern even marjoriv h..I uuvis iaisyKven. tile or the service of Christ,
state's In the through this plan. g eE: .; tbe' etectlonlsts; who joy
e. forests, however. is membership Corps! I I Vhglnlii Swell, Freddie I So many young people, whose
to 4,963. SPECIAL NOTICE: The Troop believe in a limited atonement
more than equal to the task of Wlmberly Garnltn Hutto and souls are empty, think that they I
D FLAGS-The two reddest meeting; date has been changed teach that God. IH ROixl l and that I
supplying them all, but the exces- On the basis of monthly cash I Owner Perryman The entire nned the pleasures that the world
si In the legislative pasture are from Monday night to Filday He has and never will fall
sive loss of standing timber each earnings, Florida's annual Income membership of the Department offers In order cleat they may be
e track and Both night at 7:45 o'clock There will the most unfit of the unfits -
gas money. to save '
year. due largely to fire greatly from this source Is approximately Hung. as a choir offering "Count happy. While In fact there It no

''e been waved around vlgor- reduces the amount of wood avail one and three-quarter mllion dollars be a meeting thla Friday night at of the human race I If they will I Your Illenslngs" true and lusting happiness apart

with snort. Dade the Church school rooms of the and Hi"
sly hardly a In to cash but come to him accept I
able for use. addition compensation Sunday morning nl 11 o'clock from Christ and Christian service
,ety Interests shortly before Gi\en the enrollees are given food,,, First Methodist Church and every saving grace. The evolutionist!
Statistics Are tlio pastor will iidinlnlstei the Hue- There will bo meetings at the
linn started tied $700,000 of Scout is urged to attend teach that God' of crea I
up of the South I clothing. shelter medical care and process ,
"The Forest Survey lament of the Lur.! .. Supper The Tabe-inncle both Friday anti Sunday -
e track hoping to use The condition of the Troop ti Mon Is one of crurlty There l li '
money. which should enable
determined training
amonz Job
for 1034 has full ritual of the !Methodist\ nights. All are Invited to
.i club to force :5-day racing. excellent, much work has been no hope for any unfit mien "The
other things, thernortalitystanding to llvi them to return to their hornet Church will be used Including the attend.

xh of course Dade should have timber from fire insects, better prepared to meet the responsibilities accomplished recently and BOITO unfit are simply stepplnjf-stom-s or I churn/ and an anthem ___ _... i
It wants. of the moet elaborate plans ever climb in the unlv"I'se'IIf responses
But while the race which the fit
disease and wind. Forest fire! I of citizenship A Prelude and 1 Offertory, congieKftUonul -
ells undertaken by the Troop are under -I Young Peoples
may be located In Dade were responsible for most of this '. God's cruelty: singing and the chimes

belong to some 50 small coun- i way for the summer months. The Bible ,reveals 0(111 l us a Got \\I Activities Show
wood killing BRANCH
i waste of usable by GUM will compose the other music of
> who count heavily on the Scouting Is meaning more and who is so po we i'tul He can speal
trees outright and by weakening Annie Mace: Hiirnnge, Cor.HurnugeClomons $135 service. Special emphasis Is Added InterestWith
the members
God who
tnty odd thousands racing prores more not only to world Into existence a
them to the point where they given thin Sacrament once each:
each So the Troop but to our Communityat Incarnate HlmnUf in human
year smart law- can
were readily susceptible to death nonth) und the members andfriends the organization of two I
'1 hoping for color of legality,, large and the cooperation of flesh and walk among men performing l
from other causes. J. A. Harnuge of this section oi ot the Church are urged new Senior U. Y. P. U's and the
rkld but citizens I
out wee hair line bills not only puirnttt miracle. making\ the

Icb were Jammed through with "In Southeastern longleaf and. I announces the marriage of hie Starke U urged to BOOST blind to see, the lumb to speakthe to attend and worship\ throughthis appointment of Hugh! Walters alt
slash forests which All b*
pine aggregate daughter Miss Annie Mae Harn- Sacramental means. ;i
PMltion and it Is SCOUTING. deaf to hear, cleansing lepers,
presumed In Florida, Director of the D. T U..
35,000,000 acres age, to Muncie demons of Miami hovers In the saving power oi
racing funds will flow andy 5 curing the palslr'l, and raising thdead <
South Georgia, and Southeaster on Friday night, April 28, 1939. Jesus Christ are cordially Invited the young people's work of the
racing will The evolutionists make
fade. OldThe
New Friends and
South Carolina, the total growth Mr. demons is the son of Mr and to participate In the Sacrament First Baptist Church has shown
Some> God a blundering c rent lire feeling
15: counties now have no of pine timber for that year wa88OOOOOO : Mrs. Dave demons of this section I The evening service will be conducted -
alien\ Ills way along the path of the more life than ever The two
on the $9,000,000 of of wood Is well
gas cubic-feet but formerly of Miami. Telegraph pleased by the pastor at which
,noy nges a God who",,' creation. Is not Senior Unions divided accordIng -
annually distributed osten- ; while the total amount cut am received her education at the number of old friends and time a song I service of familiarliymiis ate
Mrs. Clemons -
y to pay debt service and domestic too who came in to one of order, but\ one of blind I to one from 17-20 and
on a used for industrial new ones pay will be used by the con- age
in Bradford County High '
wonder the
try 65: chance. No young
millions of bonds. Others firewood win their during the In
purposes including School while Mr. Clemons received grgstlon. A short sermon will the other which Is designed
people of Ameilt'tt: are turning toward -
lOOn be out of the SoT half that amount. oi I month of April. Following Is the
gravy. leas than and
n his in Miami. out-and-out atiieUm. I hat be delivered special organ particular for Young Adults, from
Is to r -accunt road 313,000.000 cubic feet. Mortality list: music will be hell rd.
.11, fIgure in Interest the Both Mr and Mrs. demons rather have no god at nil than the age 21-30( ,
and start during the same year. caused A. Sullivan Mrs. '
N. N. Prevatt. ,
.'< host of friends and relatives created the believer In the I'rayer' meeting will be conduct
yoody over 406.000.00C have a god by These two organizations: as>
again from taw loss of
tremendous Sarah Kirby. Mrs Rosa Const a n- at the
the who are interested to know evolution hypothcsl It I could ed on Wednesday evening well the Intermediate Union
merry us
game. Fact that cubic feet of merchantable wooc tine M. Rhoden. Harry Young, L. hallb..t I
,f millions of their marriage and wish them discover God with a telescope 01 usual hour. Good attendance will engage dining the nights of
/I9 s could comfort- one-third more than the F I
nearly R B. Alvarez
'. or R. Kalch, mid-week
debt service and much happiness and good luck. find Him with a microscope He >n noted at these May 8th to 12th in Study Coursesfor
millions ofjhi1 used for Industry E. KI'erryman .
amount Prlngle Mrs. S. F. Morgan, l Is Invitedto
far far beside The couple will live here would not be a God strong! enough services and everyone the B. Y. P U.. and an Innovation
point community support. U W. Andrews, N. D. Into the serviceof
lie and enter
to do anything fOr nSince come In them will be Introduced.
allocation months then tu
is for few go
now based a
the Nona
on board feet Jr.. Mists
"In terms of Walnwrlght.
that I not) worship
original ::5 so omnipotent can when a light supper of sandwichesand
cost Miami.
roads i taken to the counties situation was slmlliar: 2172000. Brown. C. S. Kelly O. W. White find Him but so loving and com- Tuesday nigh I the Hoard of drinks will be served those

.d over by the state 000 feet of pine timber were J. B. Crews, A. S. Strickland, Ceo.A I that H(, stops to reveal at the Parson pach
department Mr. and Mrs. 3. 1) Dobbs and passionate I Stewards will meet taking the study course
on January 1, feet were used L. A Gray W. It.iersey. .
:.1.\ 1. 277,000,000 Hlmielf to I have a God who 7:30 o'clock for
New 'law would Include grown little son, Jlmmie, were guestsof C. J. me, age promptly at : night next week The refreshments
feet were C. C Hutchinson
ds taken and 1,144.000.000 W. F. Harnage of this } /In do the thing I need for my a business session All membersof will be served by the circle
et. over since; add In- lost through mortality. No estimate section recently.Mrs. Powell, Miss Ruth Murrhee. J E poor, aln.wrt'cked life lie Is a I the Board are urged by W P. of the W M, S, which on Monday

Is possible of the vast Warren. Fred G. Stern. Nat Williams God who creates solar systems Smith chairman, to be present decided to do this for the goodof .

lAWS I amount of potential timber killed A. J Williams and Mrs. Joe Griffin, Mrs. Salll Tl- ut also a God "Who no loved the I at this meeting as many matters the organization.On .

atator Opinion of this com by fire In the form of seedlingsand Louise Denmark of Jacksonville son, L. G. Cooper, Ogden Bios., -vorld that He K'' ve His only begotten : of vital Importance to the Church 7th and

On the temPer of the would otherwise! spent the week-end with Mr. and Daniel Leiteiman Emory Lewis, Sunday nights May
IIlature saplings that Son that whosoever belleveth will be discussed Only four Sundays dual I
j Is I will bring
! the based partly al80 have matured Into merchantabletimber Mrs. J. S. Sapp. B. M. McRae. Isaac Mitchell, R In Him should not perish I after this meeting remain In 14th the pastor People the
additional Young
? following ac- crops _on the burned over H. H Keene of Shamrock spent A. Weeks, C A Futch, Jag. Horns- 'but have everlasting life." Ire. the present Conference year and messages"The on Sins of Youth." or

Senate areas. I the week-end here with relativesand b)', M. B Plummer Miss Clam ui-e to give up such a, God whom It Is the desire of the Church that "What first on do the Older People Think

committee Shown his R C. returned home Louise Peek. Mallory Thomas J. I the .
emphatically Ketilt Are son the Bible reveals for the modern .,,.rU. matter. _pertaining to ---- -- ** ine

1cted;'. Last a radical chain store tax "Waste of timber not use ol with him where he will start work. P. Wyrlck Iva Mae Lewis, Chester ,od l created by the devotees of thvolutionary v.work for this year be settled sat- 'I of Us?of, Youth.and the" The s..conu..n mothers of

ted for two seSsions were dis- timber, Is the real threat to permanently Mr and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and I Moody. J D. flowers, J. C hypoth !ls.LONO Im'uctorlly during these closing Glory People will be special

d' *eehswlth bills of this productive forests In the Rudolph Chism of Starke were Harrell. L. R Starling A. L ,aye of the Conference yeai the Young of honor on the night of

'Ier for Senate performed a face Southeast. Fire prevention would visiting relatives here Thursday I Alvarez II R Sapp P. O Hays Bit h1)(.J-: MKKVICKS: --.---- guests! 14, and are Invited to attend .

;//ding bu Covel'nor Cone by UP- soon eliminate most of the timber I Mr. and Mrs. S ,F. Sapp were R U. Parmenter H C. Brown The Rev. W T. McGuire will MISSION: 111.1.NU May the II Y P U. and evening: services -

;/ ,veto of the teacher'rell1ent losses, and provide perpetually for business visitors to Lake Butler Mi'*. Bulah Harrell J. G Boyd fill his regular appointment at '1'lItJt.'IjCI.: ..: with! their children that night.A .
1.lw mills\ 10: C. Johns. O W.
of wood using JM.. Rosier.
1937 With more afternoon. Christian Church will
'e and one even many Saturday Long Bridge fine In their honor
passed another almost and Miss Barry. Peach Crawford, Mrs. Sunday! morning The meeting nt the Mission Hall
UtIc&J With ordered Mrs Manch demons Mhll.Mal.tha Saturday night he given at the closing assembly
Comflltttee another vote. Sen- 30( percent. Ackerman Melba Jean demons were visiting L IIUKjf.; R L. Reddish anti Sunday night Indt Tuesday night( WHit well at. Sunday nights. In June, the
Inti- J.
figure; Brownlee, W. S Sibley, beautiful flowers
killed percent
a slot mach- that the Saturday tended. Many there will bea
Leila Harnage of brides
in by a failure to Miss W J. Wilkinson. 'IfrI"I.J1: I the "month
unanimous vote. mated Jail If there was L. Starling. TKAINSchedule were donated and added to series of sermons designed '
rglng ot afternoon.Mr. Jenkins, R. M. Johnson, of trains arriving here AproKram npeclal
salt Chas. A. of the service
fresh fish comply.As enjoyment old meet JI
I and
:iinents and corollary of this Interest- and Mrs. I). M McRae and If. T Shaw. Dr I.,. II Jennings dally. Subject to change without honoring J. T. to help young
levying a npfclal
of a $2 of life. em-
n Itself Intoa Mrs. II M. McRae of Pine Level L. R the Itl eat problems .
l ports fishermen ing order the city got I Mru. Mike Dew A. Crouby. lOt Ice. Quigley/ sponsor of the Mission "Courtsh'p'!
d was "Filendshlp.
But ''nut Unanlrnollsly. funny pickle when It attemptedto were visiting friends and relatives A. Brlnson. B. L. Molpus, C. C Southboui dVue gt rk* Hall was presented. Two quarI bracing "Home H-U-

as yet (there city attorney. hire a I here Sunday afternoon. Melvin. J. L Gasklns Mrs. 8. FHamrlck. No. 1-Local 11.25p.m. I I ..fte numbers were sung by "Companionship. of
fire t
has one head
) been the
"\ sll urder
OIInCPCI move no ended up with three. Miss Leila Hamage was visitIng R R Grlffls. Mrs F ft. ';o. 11 Through .___ 10.:20! p. m4o. Johnson Geraldine Silcox, tlonship-J
toward couple more: | Gladys< services at
'!on either / 8.37 a. m. I "Ships of Life. These
) 1)1 refused-to-be- and brother-in-law Norman. 10T-Throustt- Gomes
etruvaganceCIj The attorney who her sister Cady, L. G. James Dldell and Mr. o'clock,
PtarkoVo. all start at eight
outstandIng and MSB Mtnch Clemens and .-... Northboun.I- -Uu* read a poem night
\; fired Is Allen Mr. /5.28a.m. Mrs. Thornquest anti continue not longer (than one
JUdge Ack municipal attorney for a decade Miss Melba Jean demons Sunday The population of Continental 2-Local -- written for the occasion whileMrs.
'Ie rman hast 108ThroughS.H/ p. m. hour
tough Ralph July I, 1933. was .Vo. recited the
WIth replacers. afternoon. United States on Olivia Feeler
of the .
Myer. auth- one .iw-h
; nr
'' anil Iii for Sunday
to The sermon
experton Mallele.I :: according
outstanding and son,
r Uep In a bond re- Kurtz; equally Dave Clemens Starke 7.00; a. m. 12lit 7th will be "A
'or leaves ,
: thai And while all section Saturday estimates of the U. S. Bureauof No. 101 of the Bible Study morning, May
The subject
( city Roy Crummer bond litigation. I were In this No. 102 arrives Stsrke 1-RO p. m. I Noble Nickname." All are cordially -
Ackerman Lee county the Census This represents Two C's" It had as ItsI
t to enforce a 100 this circus goes on morning. for (Dally except Sunday's) Ewes, Invited to every service
bondsto all-time high population I of the eorectlorof
: alBeRsment levy for Ft. acts to issue $70.000 county I. ),[rs. H H Keene was In WiWo an States. T. J. GBJFKIH, Ag.nt. hauls th' tory
The airport. Old story the United
prevailing figure finance an
I'nU ap- Sunday
Y oi debts.
wait on
been around 23;: to Progress won't ,

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the Seminole -' yearn 1031 to 1939. both 'nchl.lve.amluntlllg cribs by. tau ,, -.
Bradford I PROTEST EARLY OPEN- MORE SOCIETY she was a member of to |49.85. judgement will i I.If, ...
County Telegraph ING OF SCHOOL Heights Methodist Church. ALSO: Lot 87 Town of Lawtey 13 you by default 'I' '
conducteda of !'ty. Sac. 23, 24, *6, 28 Tp. 6 S. Telegraph I" I bltltor6 :C r
Established Memorial(; Day Observed IC The circle chairman U. *a B.. the duly iiualir'i'!,' ': I. ''I.nat'
1877 (Continued From Page One) short business meeting and The taxes to be sold are nvldenpml which thin nut I:.r, .i, ,: ';DHper
With Services at Crosby by certificate No. 240 of 1932. ..d once path. W""I' full
i ,
Mrs" L. D. Green acted as unpaid taxes for the live Weeks ,,,, ,"i, ,
represent an on-
Published Weekly on Fri-fays and Entered as Second Class netting up permanent records and Sponsored by the W. T. Weeks pro tem. yearn 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, Witness m>'inv i 11 ,.oJ I i, : ,,IS,, i wl
Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. inventory, repairing books and Chapter United Daughters of the amounting to II 1.28. f Floridatthiss4th 'I',, I {
Mrs. u1.
assisted by 7 I I'' oj
books for all The hostess, ALSO; Lots 1. 2, 3 }, 88, h; tf ? "
getting required Confederacy Memorial Day was Matthews and Miss 10. 11, 12. 13. 14 & VV 25 ft of Lot 1939, \Ik\

LTMatthcws___ .___-==_ ________-__:Editor and Owner pupils Board agreed before entering to pay Mr.school.Williams The observed here Sunday afternoonat the : Eugene Kate Struth L. served delicious lemon Dlv.18. 19.of 20 SWU:, 21\, 22 of In SEW C.\ J.Ex.Weeks 13 25 Sub.ft., Clerk(OFFICIAL of cK'" 'I..J I

.. Crosby' Lake Cemetery 1 sherbert and pound cake to her of Lot 1 Sec 19 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 K. County, Florida and)
I $200.00 for such work. program being: under the directionof The taxes. to be sold are evidenced PIalrllinit Landu. ,". \" !
fourteen guests. by certificate No. 1453 of 1933, .n.y
The Board feeling It necessaryto the Chapter historian Mrs. A. I ,
taxes for the it
and represent' unpaid
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance buy one new school bus unit, Z. Adklna. The circle will be entertainedthe yearn 1932 to 1939. both inclusive NOTICE
Monday in June by Mrs.L. to '29.20. TO nlnpSq
first amounting .
Advertising Rates on Application complete instructed the Superin- The Rev. Frank Robinson of F. Saul ALSO: : Com. 70 Yds. W of SB Cor Tbe Bradford r'""unty
tendent to call for bids as follows: the First Methodist church .gave D. Green and Mrs. A. of Sec 19 & Run W 80 Yd... N 70. Public Instruction \\,11..i Ha.
at the home of the former. Ydn, B 80 Yds S 70 Yd8 to BegHec. ., on repair work i I" .c'h
be less than 22 ft. 111'lnll
Body moat: not the Invocation and was for the P
opening following ,
19 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E. 1 Acre. ""I I, ,"
WE NEED A LARGER AUDITORIUMAn or more than 25 ft., in length with followed by a salute to the United The taxes to be .sold are evidenced Cell new addition bt

adequate high school auditorium was revealed as one a seating capacity of 70-75 and States and Confederate flags led Circle Number Two was enter- represent by. certificate unpaid No.taxes 473 of for 1934 and the Repair Re-floor ceiling Principal In ,,, ?,,.thrr 11

must meet all state requirementsand by Mrs L. A. Davis. First the tained by Mrs L. S. Hutto who years 1933 to 1914 both Inclusive Paint all three f'''",. .inside.r j
of the greatest needs of our community at the commence- Build two .anltn"
04. "?
to $96
amounting '
of the Board
tullela ,
all requirements in her hospitable .
saluted with
U. S. Flag wail used for decorations ALSO N'Xj of 8K% of NWM A8WV4 Bid. will b. ao.1n, ,\
ment exercises last Friday night when almost one-third of for safety and efficiency. Chassis following; words: "I pledge alleg home many stately Easter of NEVi: Sec 21 Tp. 7 S.: K. P.Bidders M.. May 13, t9a' f." until"aid ,

the interested spectators who gathered to witness this an- must have dual wheels and an iance to the flag of the United -lilies-.---, combined---- with fern and 22 The F., 60 taxes.Acres. to, _be Hold are evidenced h'." on each are item hereby Mui,',Hwi''I''u"' ,,
extra tire. Terms of payment States of America and the republic larkspur.Mrs. by certificate No. 485 of 1934, the lob as a whole ,ling ut
nual event unable to obtain seats standingroom I of material "
were or even will be in 12 monthly installments! and represent' unpaid taxes for the offered,
I. for which it stands; one nation L. D. Vining, chairman of yearn 1933 to 19.IK.: both Inclusive, A. J. UHIFKis
within the buildirfg. commencing July 1, 1940. Bids Indivisible with liberty and Justice -. program presented Mrs. Frank amounting: to 8497. County von? ten
will be accepted until 7:00: P. M., Confederate ALSO: 12 Acres In SE Cor of NEVi
for all. The
We are indeed glad that a large auditorium is provided, Colley and Mrs S. A. Weldon of NWVi Sec 21 Tp. 7 B.: 11. 22 E.,

for as one of the units of the new elementary school building' will May be 13, opened 1939 at and which any time and they all Flag"I salute was saluted the Confederate with the words Flag: who read missionary Interesting work articles in China.concerning i, 12 The Acres.taxes.. to be sold are evidenced >A "STAR PERFORM

No. 1469' of 1933,
here, and we sincerely hope that this project is completed bids may be rejected.The with affection reverence and un- Mrs. A. Wood conducted the and by represent. unpaid taxed for the

before another year rolls around. If the new auditorium is Superintendent was in- dying remembcrance." spiritual life meditation in a most yearn amounting 1932 to tu 1149.$3137.: both Inclusive r

not finished at next commencement time, it might be bet- structed rate and to present prepare to a Graham certified Dis-tax H.A quartette composed of John L. interesting maner. ALSO 4 Temples: Lot 1,Add.2, 3,, to 4, Starke 5, 6. 7 ofBlk In STEPPED UP.nrrr IN y
; Powell L. Q. Powell Mrs.
ter to hold the exercises in the open air, rather than to disappoint trict No. 11. setting up the rates' II. Dinkins and Mrs. L.. G. Powell business Following session the presided program over was by a NEVi NKV4 W of of NWM Ky,&* Part NB Cor of of W%SEU of --

if the consolidation carries and if of NWV, Sec. 88 Tp. 6 S. II. 22 12.
interested friends and relatives. "Faith of Our Fathers aft-
many sang Mrs. Pearl Simpson, circle chair- The taxes to be sold ore evidenced SUPPED
o it does not carry. er which Judge E. K. Perryman, man. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins invited hv certificate No. 228 and 1184 DOWN IN PRIt
The Trustees of Special Tax World War veteran ex- of 1928 and 1911 respectively and
a gave an circle number two to meet with for the
represent unpaid taxes"
THE MURPHY ACT HAS VERY SHARP TEETH School District No. 6 recommended cellent address. He paid tributeto her the first Monday in June. yearn 1925 to 19.19. both Inclusive.,

Catherine C. Young as teacherin the Daughters of the Confed- amounting: to 8310.
With less than three weeks remaining in which to take The hostess assisted by her Said! tax.. certificate togetherwith
Lawtey Junior High School for eracy, and then mentioned the all subsequent omitted or
advantage of the Murphy Act, we feel justified in calling the the school term of 1939-1940. illustrious past of many Southerners daughter, Miss Garnita Hutto, Levied taxes will be sold to the
Ice and bidder at the Courthousedoor
attention of the public to the sharp teeth with which that The Trustees of Rising Special ; also spoke of the present served wafers to tempting her 18 guests cream highest In Starke, on the 19th., day of 1 1 1s

famous piece of legislation is equipped. Tax School District No. 18 requested political condition of the world. M.May A. D. 1939 at 11:00 o'clock A.

that the following workbe "Te t1ng on the Old Camp Dated this the 20th., day of April

Section 9 of the Murphy Act states that : "After the expiration done on their school: Cell new Ground" was sung: by the quar- Auxiliary.- to Meet (1939.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

of two years from the date this act shall become a addition refloor principal's room tette. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Clerk' of Circuit Court Bradford I

law (June' 9, 1937)) the title to all tax certificates in the repair ceiling in two other rooms Burled at Crosby Cemetery are Presbyterian Church will meet County, Florida 5-5 3t 5-19' f

build two sanitary toilets! and 50 Confederate veterans eight Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the '
hands of the Clerk shall automatically vest in the State of OMIIKH OF III.ICATION AIMirlCK >
home of Mis R. S. Fernandez .
all three inside.
paint rooms The Federals, five Spanish American TO API K.'R

Florida, and every right, title, or interest of every natureor Board agreed to advertise this and seven World War soldiers. Mica Lucille Mitchell program Tltn STATE OF' FLORIDA TO: A. 1t'

kind whatsoever of former owner of said property or any- work for bids. Bids will be accepted The names of these veterans were leader, has announced "Latin 1-Heaxley:. Heasley, each and of his(loose wife Creek Orace
until 13 7:00 read and America" as her. subject for the
May P. M. by Mrs. E. K. Perryman Texas: CWEI'JTINOS.:
one claiming by through, or under him, or anyone holding Bidders are hereby instructed to Miss Olive Ray. evening. Mrs. Carl Jackson will You are hereby notified that a
lien thereon shall terminate and be at end. Further lead the devotion suit has been Instituted In the Circuit
cease, an bid on each item separately and The benediction was pronounced Court of Bradford County

no court in this State, either Federal, or State, shall have I the -job as a whole stating- duality bv_ tha Rev.. n.A_ TV._ _I.lo-htfonr_.._______, nt --.- Stnrke Florida Florida In Chancery, a Florida, by the Municipal City of- 9

jurisdiction to entertain any suit brought by the former own- of material offered. the First Baptist church and"tape" NOTICE TO JUNIORS Corporation, as plaintiff against I. or Y Srt,
The Board was requested to was blown by Comer Per- Mrs. Vonda Inman asks that all Eva Tlsoi and her husband C. P. s and filtreryitsl,

er of said land or anyone claiming by, through, or under him make some disposition of note to ryman Leonard Peek and Archi- Juniors of the Woodman Circlebe ,i 10.Tlson., L. Molt Orville, and Mnltt his. wife also Elsie known. Moltt as / ,

for the purpose of questioning, or in any way litigating or Gaynon Iron Works which was bald Thomas Jr. In front of Darby's Store at, (W Iar"art..r Carter loss and Cook her and husband. her husband W- NOiq

contesting the title of the State of Florida, or its grantee to due April 3. MrGriffls was Instructed Daughters of the Confederacy 10 o'clock Saturday morning, with .I 1 (leoi re Cook, W. A. Moltt and I'OORS
his wife, Merle Moltt C. 1. Moltt
bathing suits for a day's picnic at
said land." to advise the companythat assisted by Boy Scouts, decorated also known as "Chnrlev Moltt, and Lea'.
they would include this with flowers and flags the Kingsley Lake. All children must i his wife: Ara Moltt, C. T. Beasley .

If you are still hesitating as to the advisability of tak- amount in their budget for the graves of all veterans sleeping have permission from their moth- also his wife known Jesse. an Charley lleaslev Ileaxley A. K Beas and ;?
ing advantage of this law, you should remember that you ensuing year and if they preferred Crosby Cemetery. ers go in swimming. and ley and O L.his Beasley wife, Orace and Ms Beasley wife, "

would put on monthly basis Gertrude Beasley, ns heirs at law Better Tlrs
must all back taxes the 9th of June t toil
pay up anyway by commencing October 1, 1939. U. D. C. Brigade No. 2 NOTK'H fKItTIFICATKS OF HtLK OF TAX of the estate of A. E. Moitt deceased -
is forever. The can't and W. A Moltt, na administrator i
or your property gone law/ says you Dr. Middleton made a motionto Meets Here Next Week Notice IH hereby given that M. W. of the estate of A. 13.Moltt .
file suit to it back-that will have Mann has filed with me writtenrequest deceased and each. of you as
even a get you no more I retain only one Janitor for B. The annual meeting of Brigade that the tax.. certificates together defendants Case No. 858.
claim to it than someone who never saw it. II. S, during the summer months. with all subsequent. omittedor And you each are hereby required
The selection to be made from Number Two United Daughters levied taxes.. held by the State, to appear In said suit on June 6th, LOOK!AT THESE FINE PO
of the Confederacy will be held be advertised and sold to the highest A, D. 199: and thereafter file your
There is no doubt that the Murphy Law has sharp teeth, bids! by each of the three janitorsnow bidder for cash as provided by written defenses, If any. to the bill "G-3" Al1 Wad
here Thursday May 11. with the Chapter 18298 of the 1931\ : acts of i of complaint within the time pres.I -Improved -
and unless act quickly-within the next three weeks- employed. Bids for this work fthe
you W. T. Weeks Chapter as hostess. Legislature, upon the followlnlll'd."rlb..d I Iread-Deep center-tradiol
will be accepted until 7:00 P. M., r real estate In the County
these same teeth will tear your property, perhaps some of 13.The The meeting will be held in the of Bradford State of Florida, to. heavy shoulder blocks-N<|
most prized possessions from May :Methodist church and will begin wit: SKV4 of SEi', sec 26 Tp. 6 s. BEASLEY & GAY low stretch Supertwiat coil.
your away you. R. 20 E., 40 Acres.
Board agreed to make formal ,
at ten o'clock in the morning.Mrs. The' .. more cords per inch Sm
0-- request to the County Commissioners J. M; Brown lee, vicepresident by certificate taxes. to be No.sold 40 are of 193S evidenced and- Service StationWashing side-walls with heavy j p'

"A SIGHT FOR SORE EYES" to furnish. traffic officer of Brigad2"No. 2, will pre- represent unpaid taxes for the e "Lifetime Guarantee"
years 19.12 to 1939( !both Inclusive,
for school. side. Mr:' A. -if. Darby, chaplain amounting to 139.26. Polishing! stronger, longer-wearing I
The most cheering and encouraging sight in Bradford ,
A letter from C. C.
Mickey was of W. T. Weeks Chapter, will ALSO: NK(4( of BEV4 A All SEV now yours at lower rest

County at the present time is to drive out to our State Farm received relative to the tuning and make the openingprayer, and the of H. 2(1 NI'"i( :E.. *52 of A"r.Road.... *"". 1 Tp 6 (;reasingStandardOil : DON'T WAIT FOR OLD MAN Till

ers' Market and see the feverish activity--crates and hampers upkeep of pianos! and It was decided address of welcome will be made The taxes to be sold are. evidenced -
to request! the P. T. A. pay by Mrs. J!:. K. Perryman chapter by certificate Noi. 12 and 48 of ProductsOur Get "G-3" sofefy-TODI
of Bradford County produce piled high as they can stick ; for tuning of pianos In each president. After the roll call of 1132. and unpaid J 11)3:1: respectively taxes.. for. the, and represent -.

pick-up trucks of growers driving in every few minutes with school. chapters and their reports have 19:11: to 1939. both inclusive| amountIng years- Greasing Jobs are done

more evidence of the productivity of Bradford soil ; mammoth -I The to have Board Mr.instructed Williams Mr.correspond Griffls -- been made, the convention will ALSO'to U21.21.8!3-4 of SWVi of NI-',. & 8 with the best grease moneycan
stand for a moment in silent :1.4 of SF:'/ of NW% less 8 A.. W of buy.
trucks in at all hours of the night and
produce pulling
with the State Departmentand memory of Mrs. Frank Brown Branch & NK H of SVV'4 & NWVt of
loading with fresh that will ultimatelyfind Florida State College forWomen' I !Eli less 2 A for Deaden Cemetery
day vegetables
of ,
up past president! Florida Division Sec 16 Tp T S, II. 20 B., 130
I for use of circulating library U. D. C. and member of I Acre*. i '
their way to the tables of city dwellers many miles a Brigade II DO YOU KNOWthat
instead! of purchasing new No. 2. I The taxes to he sold are evidenced
away. by certificate No. 87 of 1934: and WintersmitVa LOWCOli,,. i N10
books! for the school library life 70-year-old
the of Col.
I HlghllghU represent unpaid taxes for
It is interested The Board decided that the Jun- T. Weeks be I years 1933 to 19. 9. both inclusive Tonic is used not only In Americabut
a sight that is sure to bring joy to anyone will given by Mrs W'I amounting $17037 also) in 21 foreign, countries SAVE: AT THE SIGN
for ,
Ion Class the and
in the welfare of this section, and visions of even greater pay G. Powell. "Organization of ALSO' : SKt/, of NEi' A All 8WWSfNEU o. welll We believe you'll! agree THE GOODYEAR DIAMOI
have the the work
janitor on U D. C., and its Opjectives" Is S of Public Ilond ft NI. tif that record speaks louder than all
activity and industry are easy to imagine in the face of what the chemical room at B. H. S. the subject of an address that j Arreff. 27 Tp 8 S, U. 21 K. 140 the words in the book. If you ,

has been accomplished in the past two weeks. The Bradford Li. R. Starling submitted a bid will be given by Mrs. Charles T. The taxes.. to, he sold are ...vltlene.d need a General Tonic-or tf you Register Motor C
on the route that be has previously Boyd State historian, of Jack-, by certificate No. 87 of 1932, and suffer from Malaria-TRY WINTERSMITH'S. -
State Farmers' Market is the road to represent
County definitely on unpaid taxes for the That's all ask.
driven no one else had bid we ROAD SERVICE
sonville; report of general convention years 1931 to 19.11. both Inclusive,
success and another chapter has been written in the pros- on it Mr. Grlffls was instructedto in Tulsa Okla., will be amounting to 1128.23.
ALSO: NW'y of
NE" nf BE" &
perous history of our community. notify him that he would have made by Mrs. T. O. Brown of Or- W.. nf SF:4 nf SEl4 S..c. 21 Tp" 8 Telephone 103
to have a health certificate within lando education will be a 11. 2:1: F.: 30 Acr.....
report on .
I Th.
o a week. made by Mrs.! I* A. Davis. Child-I ed n.Si? 3U are nf..vl<1935e .I STARKE FLOBl
REMEDIEDThe Dr. Middleton made a motion and represent unpaid taxes ,
AN UNJUST SITUATION IS ren of Confederacy Work will be ; for the

historic Court decision of March 27 which I that the company furnishing gas discussed by Mrs. C. D. Walker!I years amounting 193t t'o U3.48.1939. both Inclusive.
Supreme '
and oil for the Board install a Florida C. of C. Director: and the ALSO: Com. 420 ft N of 8F5 Cor

held (in the words of Justice Stone) that there is no constitutional tank for storing for the use of morning session will close with am 1 or W l1i RW'4! it. nf M 50 SW'4 ft. E&1111 Run fl. N to GO lIew.ft. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy 10 Irene
owned buses and each S..c :21 Tp 8 S. R. 22 Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for 1\le
county daya C.
immunity "from income taxation of officers or em- address of the State President The ..
taxes to be sold are evidenced EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEKVICEMODERATE
the Board -
their instru- man appointed by Mrs. M. N. Moody of Plant City.I by certificate No 9K1 of ms
ployees of the national or state government or .
shall fill the tanks and check the Luncheon will be served at 12:30: and represent unpaid t..... PRICES
mentalities," apparently removes all legal obstacles in the millage. In the first week of and in the afternoon there will bea amounting years 1932 to 13811 1-M1. both "nU.Ti.lve. DeWITT C. JONES

way of a reform that has long been advocated. school two men perhaps membersof business session Tract ALSO nf: 1 Land A In SE Cur of a is A. i' Starke Florida
the Board shall accompany formerly owned !by"
P. C.
Previously It had been generally)) believed that it would county buses and check mintage Methodist Circles Have KW'4 Dot Ooodwln.ded N I"by Nl Ad"'* Masks Lot

be unconstitutional for any branch of government to tax and the amount of gas used on Pleasant MeetingsMrs. Sec.Th..21 ta"Tp... to II I:!.he It. n E. "11'1<1..".._ TO THE PUBLICConway's
the trip. This motion was lost I .d hy certificate Noai1 8are end $95
workers of another and it has been argued that an amend-
of 1931 and 1933 Service Station the best grta
second. respectively and uses only
for want of a E. S. Matthews! was host represent .
ment to the constitution would be necessary to make such The Trustee election for Special ess Monday afternoon to Circle, years 19:1t: unpaid to 1It't.! : ta"e.to.!both" inclusive. the.. when greasing your automobile

taxation possible. The recent decision, in deciding that the Tax School District No. 11 was Number One of the Woman's Missionary '' amounting ALSO: Fey to cot'61.1)NW'4". nf AF.4 fI..c Our 14 years of experience has taught us thai a 62'
canvassed and the following de- of the Methodist U '1'1' I 6 N. ft. U 1':.. '
Society It A.r..
Federal Government and the states would not hamper or .. 1 .."Id ..vhl..n,,_ fied customer is a business' best advertisement anJbl bl
Trustees F. of edTbyteertlflcate
clared as : Abernathy Church. A wealth Spring 557 t>f
each other their taxing to gov- No. and 813 best way to satisfy a customer is to give
burden by extending power C. B. Strickland. N. J. Davis and flowers including, Easter lilies nf. U31) and 1-M1! respectively. I and ,

ernment 'workers, now makes this argument completely in- the Special Tax School Millage poppies larkspur delphinium y..ar.represent. 1911 unpaid to 19311.ta"e.both for'h.. quality products and service AT ALL TIMES

valid. for the ensuing two years fixed at I roses, snapdragons and Queen]I amounting to .8.H.. inclusive. REST QUALITY GREASING AT MOST

I 10 mills. Ann's Lace tastefully arranged in I i .1See. 25 O:TD SW Ii%S. or R. 22W nf Acres REASONABLE PRICESCONWAY'S "

The President of the United States, other high government -j large bowla and vases, added to I I I e4Tby ertifIcater. ..nld: are. 21) SERVICE STATIONLACY

officials, business leaders, newspapers, and a large Cemetery WorkingAn the charm of the rooms of the I I lof 1932 and' 1.33 respectively Nn... 115M .ande777 and

number of economists have all pointed to the unfairness of all-day working will be held lower floor of the Matthews home. I represent. unpaid taxes for the CONWAY, Prop. _
Miss "Olive Ray circle chair -
at the New River Cemetery on
freedom for workers. In great many cases = 08 (o.--- -': ---- -S: :
tax government a Thursday. May 11. All persons man presided over the meetingand I I..v. 0=0. .0ClO

these employees receive higher salaries than they would be interested are asked to bring I opened the program with- an

paid for comparable work in private business. During recent I lunches and come prepared to earnest prayer. The spiritual life!
stay all day.ENJOY. meditation was given by Mrs. T. TO THE WORLD'S FAIR?
years especially, thousands upon thousands of J. Griffin who wan followed by

''persons have been placed on the public payrolls, some of YOUR MEALS Mrs. W. f:. Middleton reading'a-Ip
Acld-Ind Igestlon causes people bout Textile Institution, MethodIsm' : Call for
them receiving salaries ranging from $5,000 to $12,000 a o one of our
of New York and Fairgrounds
much suffering and unhappinees. Unique Setfhelp Institution maps City

year. Certainly there i is no justice or reason in permittingthem Yet, to those acquainted with which Is at Spartanburg. S. C., I A learn how to get around before

to go tax free, while persons in private industry with Itlsma-Rex. this common affliction The outstanding life of the late you get there.

incomes as low as $1,000 are taxed to maintain them. I holds little terror for they Dr. Eugene H. Rawlings was re- so let'.s check up on your accident insurance, automo
know the prompt thorough and vlewe. by Mrs. J.V'. White. An I
Around 3,800,000 individuals are now employed by the, effective relief this excellent anti- article'entitled "Soochow Univer- bile liability, and baggage insurance. This is most im

government. A large number of them, of course, have sal-i., acid preparation brings. sity and the War in China" was Ie portant, on a trip of this kind.
read by Mrs. Emma Murphy.
aries..which fall below the exemption allowed in the income] They have experienced the
amazing comfort and freedom of Notes from the Missionary Bulletin -
tax laws. But many enjoy salaries above those limits and j i i the scientific four-way action of were reviewed'by Miss Amelia n

they should be taxed precisely as anyone else in the same income ,, Bisma-Rex.. Ray. chairman of publicity.The V HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

bracket is taxed. This action will bring substantial TKV IT circle was pleased' to wel- U Please Phone 146
Buy Bisma-Rex at Carpenter'sthe come as a new member Mrs. IraP.
revenue to the government.and will relieve an injustice thatas Rexall Drug Store In Starke Shepherd who has recently: o

long troubled the conscience of every fair-minded person. It's exclusive agency. : moved here from Tampit where n.-.0=0t .oeao-_ =
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