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: July 2, 1937
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02600
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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d-877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in .\du ce : = E. Matthews. ."Editor and Owner
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IGHT .. :..r.;;' 1 The Hoard of County
c ,. .,.< Tragedy and ill fate trailed the'

1; '. ">,F' "I path of J. R. McLamore, 6i: of I IBrof sioners will\ meet with T..commls-I' TODAY

ill FRAUDS c., pc ,."..' ) >ker. NEW TAX LAW Kor' .R; W. hayes''' Monl"t

0'1 clerk's office to hear ('
I While In Gainesville Thursday to I #
'*;f unit take testimony from propel'I 11
/ ?. I I visit his young daughter. Mary who dissatisfied with Had lieen Cloned Awaiting
ty owners'
JJ. JIllsllle
fc :
Mutual BenefitOrganizations &c.i .. .s Will Head One Iranch Edith McLamore! confined to the their i present BSHesMnients. I,

fake county hospital, McLamore was Leant Two Years Old held Organization; of _
Ue C. Of A'cic State I I This meeting, annually. 1"1

to struck by an automobile and carried I On June 9 commonly known its ''iltitaxuay AVir State Hoard ii!

Outlawed aL j Hoard to the hospital suffering leg I ers' day In couit As a rule however : _

L I I injuries.Early\ --- I few property. owners appear
tCULI TO1.( : 1.Ii K IIEAWIUAR- that day hit daughter died ADS:\ MAY: CONTAINSEVERAL to make complaint, The m't-I _
mCTlm: UPOsons( :
t.O-iT: ANNUALLY.tnuster ae; TEns: TALLAHASSEE: : I In the hospital w th her father I If.w : DESCRIPTIONSAttorney ing will 1 begin> ut 10 o'clock\ In the .I _

Of DOLLARS looms away: unable to he at I morning I itt.
TIme local welfare office will bo
General f>. Landls
I Harold( C. Wall, local insurance i her bedside. Gary I
f' F F Stump an- said: this week t that\ the new 1937 ,reopened( here this. morning, at 9o'clock t _
local man and Bradford County 8up.r1I Chief of Police W. B. Cahoim after been for ,
that the having cloned
week for
-ms providing
tax redemption
.w m,0 I I visor, of Registration was selected Sullivan WEEK'S\ STILLAt
| lutfl would cooperate' in a saul n woman listed as Myrtle the sale of state tax certificates at I a short. ,period awaiting! the 01 gin ; f.

IJ I\t ,Ilf drive against the op- I this week by Governor Cone to who he said was driver of auction, applies only! to certificates I/.it Ion of the new state. bOil rt!.
ral.OD- | head one of the brunches of Flor, the sedan, which struck\ McLumore. C. $ c
[,; 8 .)T fake mutual benefit life insurance' I that wore two years old i Brooker The commissioner.. C.
oiganlzatlons which area new unemployment is 1 being held for" Investigation : when the law became effective Codrington.! has! announced that
I'rott'dlcn' fraud- system. He" will serve as directorof pending the outcome of McLIImo'e's state and federal I assistance to the
their I
tc be conducting I June 9 \viih Governor Cone's sig _
lulent schemes through the malls. ".\! ) C'. WALL unemployment compensation toil, I'll'S nature. BURNS 11.000 lined/ persons. who qmualifie.ititiutm'r _____
while Thomas C. Imeson Jacksonville __
-- will _
Mr Stump said that complaints An attending physician said Mc- Comptroller J. M. Lee asked! the the 1935 welfare net

Aching the Post Office indicate city commissioner was appointed Lnmore's condition Was serious, but attorney general/ for rulings on continue without any It.tIIin\ thus _
l director of employment. ;
there are approximately 100 such I ROWE\ UNCOVERS Both new officials will leeeive I not critical. I various sections of the net, which' :i.OOO:;: ( ( () I LOSS NOT( COV- bi-monthly checks. .'

fraudulent tnterpilses now being $5,000 -.- legislative sponsors said was designed : EREU ItY I IN- The new welfaie, board will not ,
Delated, in various parts of the year. to return to the tax rolls SURANCEThe : lie II Me to begin payments tu tha
I WellPlannedJAILBREAKPLOT At his office here yesterday I
which are costing the H.N.ABRAHAM property with assessed valuation! of needy blind anti to dependent chit
country I morning Mr. Wall was! kept busy 1 1Altot'ney
American public millions of dol- I receiving visitors and telephone 97000000. turpentine. still of H. A. tlren until the new rules ami regulations I _
I General Land!is said< J set by the social security .. '
liltS annually calls of congratulation the general Negro 'Hoodoo Doctor'DIED Weeks at Brooker. one of the largest up .
postmaster's statement follows "the act IH not very clear" In !some! 'was board are approved In.ash. ,
The It end of which were that the callers In the county completely
I provIsions It authorizes Hale of I 1 fire aiound, noon lust ington. und the program for p.iy
:: were glad! he had the job but dexttoyed by
The promoters of these so-call PRISONER HAD DIMS: ALMOST were sorry he would have to spend SUNDAY delinquent tax certificates to the Hlltllnlll)'. The loss, which was estimated ments has. been worked. nut by the _

ed 'not for profit" mutual benefit : TIIKOlKill! : BRICK most of his time from now on In I highest bidder, with payment of I at from two to t thiee thousand bimrd and adopted.. This may take .

societies associations and clubs In WALLIIERE Tallahassee. He will be missed in :I I the bid satisfying all unpuld! I tax: ilollars\ was not covered. by a mouth or two to work ('lIt. Mr. ,I _

order to circumvent existing state local political social, and civic ac PitACTICED S T K A N C; K: claims.. I II insurance C'odl t inn toll said.I

laws avoid the use of the word "in Investigation and, prompt sum ppression tivities. : CALLING; ON "FINE FAUM The original property owner may I'I The fire star t"tCI'um\ "boiling! Before tint proruni. ( can !h.. approved

and call It "protection." I hid In the certificate.. If someone ,, \ Washington, nil of the _ _
surance' i on the part: of Counts The new office was effective NEAR LANVTEV"Dr. over" during the process of distillation. -
the else buys it. the property owner twelve district' social. welfare _
of 'policy" they use I minor
for One
Instead I Jailer Ben Rowe here Wednesdaj July 1 and Mr.\ Wall will leave employee
and rather than may redeem.. it upon paying the Lit iii Ititu r lecrntly appointed I hy tlov _ _
i rJ< certificate" nipped a jail break in the bud and Tallahassee ns boon us he can put .' II. N. 'Abraham, elderlynegmo I hili i I II", but none was s,'I lotus-
call amount of the bid plus interest of must he Izel.
referring to a "premium" they resulted In J. B. Skaw j\"s.;\ imprlsoned his business affairs here in older. : farmer and "hoo-doo". doctor Ily hut t. ernur IVne I'I'"n ,

It 'voluntaiy contribution." They on u forgery charge, beint His local Insurance office will remain of Lawtey died Sunday of three per cent annually. --. The new board faces considerable j

f'jrthei f' mis-lend their victims by thrown Into solitary confinement. open during his absence he I heart trouble with complications of Liindis wild a request cettlficales for public MELON SEASON additional tontine WOI k in thu hu
I tie tf delinquent
IK 'tmg confidence I Ins p Irlng Deputy Rowe's suspicions wen said.'hll. his headquarters will I other diseases.! He had been In a handling of more tliiin 5,000 new

I name:: lIch as "National Aid Soty first aroused by peculiar chipping be in Tallahassee, he will try tppend < I poor health for Home time. The : might contain desired us many, and propel the ile.scilptions tjdescriptions NEARS ENDHAS applications for old, age nsslHtancanow ,'

i und 'Southern Life Club of sounds< ftom inside the jalUpon\ as much of his spate time : botly1111 still being held for burinnnd I I an on file and thousands more expected .
be Included in MIL
Hhyniciiind Guaranty Union" ornthVr Inspection it wa found that ;In Stai ke as possible, lie said. I funeral arrangements had not may be ,r to be filed under the provisions
Bids must !
advel tlHement. TO !INTOCOUNTY
names similar to well knownlegitimate SkawgSH. with a piece of metal lIa'Vall !has already resigned asupervisor : : been completed yenterday. i certificate of the new welfare act

life insurance com- bunk a splinter, a broomstick of registration and tin made on separate I which reduces the uge of those who, I
from a well-kn
I Abraham, was a Amounts, of 'tuxes Involved
| panics. and a window sash counterweight 'of ice will be filled by the Cover character, not only In Bradfor< should be shown In the published i Fourteen cuis of watermelon, may apply for inslwtunce from l.

The promoters take advantage of had made a hole large nor's appointment of one man out I County but the word of his so- advertisement of sale, the attorney from Brooker 111 the punt week seventy, the age limit under the

tie! fact that very few people lead enough for a man ti>crawl thiough of three to be recommended by I he> called "healing powers" had spread general staid hr lags the total shipments for the 1935: act to sixty-five: the age limit

their certificates particularly theme three-fourths of the way into the county Democratic Committee.The I far and wide" and it Is said tha Fees charged by the clerk of cir I I II .-aHnn: to fifty-eight earn", with a I under the new 1937 act.

( print on the Inside containingmany wall on the right, front side of the new director of unemPloY'1 white people as well as colored I cult couit for advertising and con. I etui n to growers of) about $2'JO Old age payments are made bimonthly : ,

exceptions and limitations. jail. The hole wns concealed with ment compensation i came to consult 'him from point I ducting the stale may bo include, \ per cur, H very good pi ice considering from funds coat Ibuted by .
Members are not informed, but the or othetoutsiders :btarke; family He has I each of the sixty-seven counties
a bench when jailor prominent :: as far distant a. California and In the bid price for the certificate. that these were the final car
p beneficiaries soon find out whenth were present. been a life-long resident of this Connecticut. His doctoring Is mil. Accrued costs! In shipments of watermelons from and! matched, by the Federal gov "

members die that the exceptions Two other prisoners .1. W.- Monroe community and was graduate to have consisted largely of rat Lions now pending by state or "olm-I Binoker for the year. ernment. Under the new setup the
In the fine print wholly nullify the Bradford County High board will have $7,100.000 to spend,
and Bill Pipkins, were Inmates Horn No must be In ad!- Is
bing and mumbled incantation ty against! property( The week's return to glower
any liability of the society. The School. In addition to his other fur iisHistance to the aged and knew of the scheme but would charge was made, but a I leceptaclwas I ditinn to the s lie bid the attorney placed l ut $1,250: und a conneivative -
promoter accept persons activities, he Is a second lleuten blind and to dependent children. Of
with plot.
hove nothing to do Is it I iii. HCII.HOH'S >
always handy in which \ orcnuld genet ul sri estimate of the i n -
up to the age of eigh ant in the Heiulqu.u lers natiunoguard this amount, the state provides $3, '
ty-five Skawggs, according to the othertwo drop\ whatever offeilnp they; I The three per cent Interest refiiueinent (,,,I pIli l.s $11fiBO.;: ) l
yeais yet they claim here and his ab XOO.VOO( and the !",','dl'lll government
wanted them to enter company I for cerlifl! tIm, ,.ker' section. I
strength of the the prisoners society lies in
and will\ bt felt when the com: $3.r;onooo.
bind settLe
Into a plot to seize, sold at public nucllon I upplipi t tho watet t melon.. xeaxoii IHover
cute I now thai I
rnemhei ,
his "docloilug I
ship because It Is "so carefully -, later in the In addition to ) ...._
leaves for camp I -- -- -- L 1
and knock the jailor unconscious puny date f hales ntul 1 nol attention I to
selected. gag. owned of thi bes 1'1 urn the (> will turn their
They stress the Abraham i
point that no medical examination: with the siisli weight at month. farms In \Hiudfoid County. I It con: from the d.ite of the tel, tificate'iissui tobnrrn, lint I cotton I both of which i (;l'lH Appointment

.u required and l especially appealto some meal time. When Monroe He has always taken an activ 1.niMteil i.f liliO., IICICH which he cult: : nce. A redemption period l of a I It' heavily i I planted I in UradloidCounty I:" .Friends. here of Paul .K. Cunovi -

'tlioHe. pelsons nfio. because of and PipklnH would have nothing to interest In politics and was one of VHted vt-iy successfully.\ It In gen: Leu years IH allowed in homestem \ I are congratulating him on his .up iS5
aivanced age or physical inflrml-, do with such a pi in, Skawggs pursued the original CVne boosteis in thi orally believed however, that hl' |Pt, ope i ty. I It I Is two yeas for other I'olntrnl'nt by Governor: Cone as an

the solitary role as tunneler. -lection in the last gubeinatoita <''Ierty.I assistant auditor In the State All j
tl 'n can not obtain any form of I did, not profit much from hi.4! farmIng pr Registration Hooks OpenCity

lfe: protection"" Literature of but the noMe! gave him away. campaign. He Is a polst.pI..ld.ntof activities since lie paid his la- The delinquent tax leilL-mptior i tilling IJt'paltn1t'nt, &11'. Cunov.i
I Club of I \ ('I'I k Ctttl I Johns hus an-
and charged
these cunceins contain false Skllwg!;". arrested the Young hoc such' high wages. While other bill which passed, the !legiHlaturc Wednesday for Bonlfay. where
many $3 titSlump's I i ni'iinccd that the city's registration
with giving! a bad check for Bradford County. Im his k.
worker dratted the house finance will begin WOl
representations( statements employeis weie paying was S
including -
is from Jacksonville I I IjonkH will be open' from Suturdi .
; of f..u. tel'n.II and benevolent Store, .seventy-five cents to $1 a luj, und taxation committee as a nub i iI .
10, to Monday August
He will : : ) July
futures. and the claim that they and is awaitingtrial.ci'iitinement' according NEW FORMS Abraham) paid $1.50:; to $2, It I Iaid. Is I stitute for other proposal' spun I I !9. for the megistratioms. of electors. Changes Janagi'menlS

a.e 0"1 ted on the same basis and wait in solitary Rowe. SENT EMPLOYERSMUST l.I l. idol'II by Representatives Roger In the city election In September. Mr. and! Mrs. L. B. Alvarez have ;
J.tlkn I
plans of the old 1 Insurance societIes to I Is told of of Broward and Dlshong. of OeSott '
-.- An interesting! story ; taken over the management of the 1 $ .
which have been successfully -Keep Containers BE FILED BEFORE : how the In.tpliuUon first, came tithe In the hou.ne and by Senator Murphy I TTirthsMr. Gulf Service Station on Temple j
operated l in Europe since the year JULY 31 LARSON "doctor" to follow\ his strange I of Zolfo Springs in the xenaU: Avenue, formerly known an the
1188.People\ The county agent's office here.vas i MM- -.-... __ and Mrs. Ancll Norman,
SAYS It is said that he was employed
calling. Wall I A Carter filling station. f
<>( lxty to eighty-five not Welt this week by \VPA i by a large: turpentine con I FORDHOOKS Sttirke'. gill I I. June 27. \\.1 j j
1 1 not be necessary 1 ---- ---- --
years cf age, of whom are officials that it would Announcement has been made bj and, was sent to Georgia to le -- -- -
cein -
sutiering from some chronic ailment to return containers in J. Edwin: Larson collector of internal I dulL some negio laborers. He hut BRING IN CASH i iBLACI.I'Y" = i

unknown to them are let to which syrup and black strap molasses revenue, that foims have I enlisted a truck load of men. but C'ROWDKflPKAS : DO YOU THINK ]] jIJs jIJsV.sskiy
In ; AND WHAT ? ltn
here for use to be
shipped [
out to employeis
believe of that one, for dollar a monthly to one contribution dollar- the boll was weevil poisoning project. tilled ben sent in with Information In con- r rat down the and last, ii-fu.tcd minute to they get Into backed tin : PICTURE ALSO ENTER: I t 111

The containers may be kept noction with the social xeciuity tact ti uck.Abruhim. .---

(Continued On race Eight) future use. It was said., These forms are requited to b! I had a habit of holding Local m.trkct reports thin week I Ii
filed by the employer under Title I In his ham showed a rather heavy demand ( question thin week Will suggested everybody. S l

EARLY Y HISTORY OF CITY LIGHT VIII and the information submitted two which small he would pebbles rub together juts t i with lecelptM light and prices by the celebration of day after A. J. THOMAS, clerk of the circuit! said S

I for the period of January 1,1 I lima beans led 4th. Intl..I> court of Bradford County
watci Fordhook July
RECALLED twist a steady I
AND WATER PLANT 1037 to June 30, 1937, both dates I I as many stroke people their chin. Slid'denly I all other vegetables with 100 ham- dence Day- or rather the lack ln-1 "We should celebrate the Anniversary .
chain or in
ii thereafter,, of Independence
: i Inclusive; and quarterly
when the, creel he had an Inspiration nmJ, ,..'Ia Hlilpped at an average price ; celeliiatlun. What has happened We should j
R. F CLARK during dry weather July 1. 1937 to Sept. 30, i hullrrow.i'r Fourth of memory of our past.
By f namely looked steadily at the balky negroes ''of $l.6.'t.: Blackeye and purple I the good old 1 days of I basket picnics j ,
was not flowing. 1937: and each subsequent period ol show with have old-faahioned
< nutdtf their first and bal bwcu's
(Tills la the first of a series of The two 1 lending sources of trouble three calendar months. ending Dec, and mid 1 1: "Niggers you net II l pent with 5,000 pounds July PIcnics ttpeuchea. und fun? with speakers and lecture, be- S
II ,
hand"! of the season their patriotic I
has been these two atones In my
articles to be written by the In our sewage system March 31, June 30 and September und when the I cause we sometime forget Joist
:31.: In that truck right "old at one and one-half to two To the good old days .
intendent} of the City from trees entering joint before you get whut the day commemoratesthe
roots 30 and must be filed l on or of warn Use anniversary
; and one-half: cents per pound. \ Fouith' July
1'1tul\ ) em of
Light& Water Plant to make and stopping pipes. The sycamoriand 1037. now signing of the Declaration
citizens( bad. The July 31. throw the worst. spell on you your'ver I Corn diopped from importance| of the day when America 1
more familiar with palms are! especially ,m1t1on must he taken sold Independence In 1770.
The Info I with only about 1,000 dozen gained her freedom from Kngl'indnut :
their municipal utilities.) trouble has been with sand heard about. I I JKANKTTB C. YOUNG
other from the employer's payroll records cents dozen.Theie < to be commerclally.Kd MRS.:
ten per day
ut u
The Light Plant was started which deeps. In and fills\ up malm' all net UI| according to Article To his surprise and delight the I. were no sales of Htruwber- by fireworks! manufacturers und, public librarian. In answer to the

about thirty-five years ago and and tanks. H2 of Treasury: Regulation 91 Issued terrified: negroes crawled Into the concession! owners. People seem ciUKHtion. stated: "I do think we

"' ai It>fated on the old broom factory The city baa a tapping or con- pursuant to Title VIII of the truck and Abraham brought them ries.Other vegetables on the local ,, since the Advent of the automobile! should< have 'a public"- official: :: -
l lot close to the Ice plant. dirt streets and J o their new Jobs. demonstration and< iflUpliy t j &
secting fee of $!S on Social Security Act. maiket' were tomatoes, 150 crates, to be getting away from good' oljlaxhione.d ," ;

Stm boilers using wood for fuel $7.50 on paved streets.. Other than .Jf.an .Individual\ who Is\ an employee Fiom that time on the "...
time were the source of power from that this there i*no coat to the cvnsum-.. ,! .on .the..Ust day of the per s iid to have decided to capitalize I hampers DOc to $1.25; : baby lima I With this iu nuiid, we n kIpeople \ tlonal hnhdays.ntt t 'also believe .

up to the Installation of diesel er -nwr I I. there:-liny !Income"ih!*"! :j kj eortffed by"any Information' 0"i his new-found powers and his beans 150 hampers, $1.25; ; nkiu, I who wee here In the oM in 'n' safe. and sane Fourth '

IngiDf8. which burn distilled- this sotirce to'the cityrTh/ ewijfj I CUI: net( tiu.tailed' to file an application fame gradually spread until It I 125: hampers. $1 to $1.25:;; bell pep. days the following question "Do of July."

crUlIf 011. !Is a public burden! for the i for an account number on reached the proportions of big busInesa pers. 100 hampers 75c to $1; I you think the Fourth of July PATK. GASSKTT.. hardware dealer '.

The old steam plant did not run I public good. Form SS-5 the employer! shall, file ,4'lua.4h.: 200 hampers, \bOc. I 1 should be celebrated in Brudfoid, when asked the above question

niinng the daylight hours, and the I The city maintains sewers in the 11m application for the employee on -- --.- I Receipts to farmers for the week County more officially, than his answered "We should have-

electrical\ load was for lighting street but the user is responsible or before the tenth day after such I Some to Close Monday Cle e.itimiite.l ut about $1,710. i been the case in the, J.ta..t few |, ail all day holiday with soni

Purposf-a only. The watei" depart. I tor the upkeep pf the p1pehneil'om I last day. An employee Is not relieved The usual differences of opinion -- .. ----,-- )'''>fi 111'? If so, what suggestion! kind of celebration with u bg.

lInt Was a part of the plant only the main to his texldenre. Tube (trIm his duty to file an application bout Io"lrig on the Fouith of Two CouKilled i iI would,! you' make along this line?' l public picnic or barbecuu. L -t S

Mi. tre present location has been sure of trouble-free service, irondroin on Point SS-5 by reason were hell, by Starke mer.I I ; HEN; KUWK. county Jailor und a I the pecpla have a day of re.it.on,1

""" The water elevated I pipes are recommended! especially having filed an ill 1'- I July stated that A V-H Fold driven by Mrs. TIM : I fun.' S
mains, of his employer :hants this week. Some! truck and\ reshlent of Bradford County for .
Ul" anywhere near I :err of Campvllle, Ky. SMITH. well-known turpentine
fire If trees are for him. StiriJyhey HOGAN
hydrants and sewerWere I'llcutirn I .lnri the Fourth cornea ( n twenty-five and n lifelongrexident
loud 2S yearn
'stpnl I recently extendedn. killed: two cows on near BraOf- I
has in
The city --- operator
a'l built about thirty- I all day Monday .
tl\.. I limits of : will close lets Tuesday morning Mrs Kerr of Florida ,lerut'inhere.1\ I would. like to *. d
years ago. line to the northern AVit Directories Printed fconerally llrYg'"I" County.' NIId;. "I
I were ;
"'. sections .hc"e lid I companion were en route home the only a few short years the!
newer system has been re- town, but there are some Top Grocery will clays ( anything that would liven up
Starke The T.p
nil""rttahle that are too low to be New directories for the itoies. ....h..n the arciderit occurred about uld be Fourth of July. \..'.,
I the
in its years of satisfac-: cf the city have been closed at noon. Other places! ago) when there wt> pic- town" on
sewer without Telephone Company just je 'five' miles west (>f Starke on the fnn at
'fy. low nuicli
cost !servIce! It has glen emptied In the present and will probably be disLiihwted veie still\ undecided yesterdayhether men fur the public on the! Fourthwith could\ have just as
Very printed I '."I k' Blltl<'r road. The cows! wan. oC
little the : !
anti 1gno.J
pumps.A home program/
elevating .
trouble. 'The entire would close or ruU
Although andloud
they fun
next few days. :
I in the! : I \ and the games speeches
>tern flows by gravity from the survey was recently made up in -...-._- leied onto the highway spoils ru. es, etc. would\ help the
all be many new names appear unable to stop or avoid tor all. "Whit we need.. "
city which can lilver was fiom lo.j'ln
through septic tanks which Weller Street, while some on American: and the Dutch are the town by keeping it
empty Into Alligator Creek. drained Into the main sewer at the the new directory! : 'leaviest smokers In the world. Two the animals. Two were struck and I Ikllle.1. I he s'lid.1 1 "is a b.lt b..cup with a HO dead.
the old one have disappeared by a the automobile
The await The front of
"pper septic tank outlet was plant. Its construction must coincidence, the total num- nincea of tobacco weekly per capl- :goal old 'cracker' nice, fxilraces Read the editorial on paa ei- Bio I th occupants -
itrange > but !
Several d
"I| to the lower one two years money before being built. of telephone remains the same ta are consumed, la these two coun- wa-i badly' d.imagi L tugs-o-wnr aol: other! ..:il lI Me w'.iat: YOU Cilnit.Broofnr I ; : .
I aer ulIl'lj'It'.I.
its early
| have urged esdip:
twremovn! the unsightly pool applicants at 103. tl'ltH.(
"'eie visible from P.ja.1 131 construction.





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I: 1'I : I i, with ten animal tl u'ks. und. add a I wheeled on one foot, pulled bill hat Mrs.\ M.F Wiggins Thurs.liy. aft nn tile ilonduy allegations, July of 61 h.the 1937. Maid otherwise bill ofI'ompliilnt I Npi.a'i: \i. "i t..'tN s'ii \ .

: WILLIAM: JOYC2 real flyin'; net to the show. over his eyes and strode out Into ernoon. will be taken a* con- :N'ol li-e IH 11"1." .: u1Itu:

,\ W "Before! we know It we'll be the pelting rain. Miss Tansy. Thomas' spent Sun f.MHitd by you. mid I In 1I"n.' ...). _III. I

I \ : playln' Madison Squaie Garden" That same night the newspapers day with Dorothy Sapp. neal IT.NKW.S of said niv Court hand at and the official County I final ri-ndered I decree.l.v nr Hon r'p-., ,,,,.,

!! laughed KOHB were punching out. at top speed Mr. und Mrs Monroe Barr of Court HOIIHO III $tiirke. Bradford Jililxe of the; Clrciill A"t :' 1"\\ /"
)Florida thin 2nd of
County day fuKl,
!! She took his tttarted "SEN several days I County Florl.1,1.5 U,
i:1: arm as they full banner heads reading: Jacksonville spent Juni, 1937.OFFICIAL In thin certain, ('1111',. .

I W J! I, aofoj-s (10 the \vngons The wind SATIONAL CATO JAILBREAK! last week with her grandparents ( A. J.SE't'iiCJMA.Clerk \r.) I t flank'0111-1 of ulieieln('' Tin I I .
... _1-. was bellowing1 and currying everything I TWO CONVICTS ESCAPE! Mr. and! Mrs. G. W. Andrews. of Circuit Court ot Arthur I I. ('t'u., ..-.. .i,'U.I, I rl.
tcwt .t./I/III"M.. 'uM" ."' .. I'-' .... .... '_ before 11i Later In the night there was another i Mrs. M. P. Wiggins spent Sun Bradford County, Florida CreUM are deremhti 5 '"
; 1' FRANK;; L.AND1tt'MAttorney I the
UALSLYRAflE! <)J. "I'll get you back: to the ttutteri streamer which read : JAILBREAK day with Mrs. Chester Andrews. for Plaintiff Hllld underHlitned derlee, :si., '

I r-1\ /' i, i>ofoie! the utotm hits us." fluidFled. LKAI>ER KILLED! I Mrs. J. A. Bennett and children 6-4-GI-7-2:: the:: hiKhent: LI.uplton. :'I"r: ':,i;':' 'I

1 "I'm glad' we're beadin' Jimmy's cell-nate.' !. the instigator and Miss Dorothy and Annett Sapp of ford. the ttu. (Hi front,' l> (inri-tr 4 01 in*. IK.MIII: Jir.IIK County ( ''h''i't'I Dr
I Houth tomorrow, instead of layln' of the daring dash for freedom( web visiting In Staike; Friday aft 'l\l. ("IRfl'IT OF '1'.1 Florida, dm'IMK' t HH. ,I- Sit

'$1 : What HJH H. |ip.'n.wl so I'ar: Encamped: ( by the roadside there i vcr somewhere In winter quarters. was shot down under pursuit when ernoon. "s'ri'i4)1'" fl.OHIII %. IV AMI sate the on .Monday:. :: r Jut:,|lt' 'I'
of indolent Noah's Ark .'01& lilt \''.'O''U lo(':>'.'\ lKIIV. \ rollou fnir Ies-i k J : 'lurnliiK up in Prunewhen was a sort Maybe! we'll catch up with the sun the car he had taken In a pistol- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Richard of C'II %%<' mite i In Krudford" <'. ,
the he |O\.-... l ICo...> Duffy atmosphere about the troll pt!. Animals wilt; ,n..
girl in Teas!: point requisition hit u ttee. Jimmy Lake Butler were visiting his mister I. % % II lOll tnl-OHD ,
.. were tethered I 4)l.'l'Yu IV ('II %M'KIIV.AM.KIN W'4. :f.R'i an.i' \
him "'ad. of all descriptions
-l thought All at once the rain begun to escaped Into the! neighhoilngwoods. Alls. M. I. Supp Thursdiiy aft BROWNcMMin.vPKcr; ;;; -. of Sec I | Twp\ 7 I'
v& tA liiiiN her .ngag.MI .'. bin cIi.v >..- by a running brook the :oir.e down In slanting scattered Later blood-Htulned. and almost ernoon. PlaintiffAfaUSTUS I I MilNI.: contiilnliiK. i I ''I '

....t hlldd..lInl" 1)11\ |I... Kiltlltr wilder ones confined In cages. "... or lens, toicelhei, u II or
> started to together to he found tempo im-nlK' I ,
drops They sprint leady drop lu'ledltann.,,
I Miss Novis and! Cozette Sapp KAHt. CLIXOENP12EI;; :: /' ;:;
: than rulii .limmj P '.1 future h. Rented under u tree after a simplebut tenunreHA. '
; for shelter. They arrived !ary refuge In 'the back purt of with their cousin. Defendant .
spent Sunday o.
Fied and Rose mt.i KOII ntvortcn
4; .4m' !I."pIt out of the picture pr. filling repast. panting and Fred helped Rose! to a covered truck. Miss Annette Sapp. OltnFR: OP pt'nlI'A'rI4)5S1'ATI' As ;St"-"iiit: : ,
f h. I.. .....rrl..l. the in great KNilli'F, & INJ'N: 'I.
; teiulini nlrfii.ly surveyed panorama a camp chair as he pulled down an By morning the! entire state was I : tf FIORFDA (
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard of TO At'tlUSTfS' KARl. CLINOENPEEL Allorll.Y8 rOI' 1'llIlnlll'I I '
'q BaCk III Americ-ii i at l hl- old job contentment uprooted canvas flap. being combed by a hastily mustered : 6-18-3t.7.
.. remarked Lake Butler were visiting his sister :
Krwl. h M-U' Just that scenery
r of circus barker get "Your hair's all wet." ho said posse of deputies supplemented i It appearing from the sworn bill

.M!. to dls<-(>\er thiil .Jirllm.\ I.. Fred. "You don't have a chance looking up at her. by bloodhounds plainclothesmen I Airs. Marion Sapp Monday fIt complaint and 'the afflvadlc filed IX <1)14-IH(II TIT. C <1154111''01'irr' ["' .'"IH ,
III the above entitled that 05-
I tfll! siT leader of n !K'.tit'S> of rnrl..et...TH.luolrd to catch none of it traveling with "That's nothing' she replied. "I and state DOlice. A real hornet's night.. I I Augustus Earl ClliiHT..npeet cause, the Dc.niadant .IVNIt' K O n ...n':"HI: 11
In wtrrul iniinlfm.He show." -- -.--- "-- ( herein. nnmofl I.! A mliiMnt 1'\0 .1 hi\u "
a big like It. nest had been stirred for THK IIY
: ,
only FEDERAl,
; up of f a Stale. other than the State; ofKlorlda. I.V.vr '
III ulll with him to "I 1 didn't know anything could be I The average American motor veI )F' CO1..UMItIA: "A'K:
pleads \ "Me too, said Fied admiringly. the previous week the governorhad tll.wlt: the State of California Plafnt'lffJUHsfn
Kite It up. t'hen he ...11.. Koe, !so hectic and peaceful at the same She met his look for a moment boasted proudly of the impossibility -I hide Is propelled, approximately ; that his specific. place. of resiI.ii'p -
| IA I
an particularly as to
t1 %if who learning another' imirtler. time." sighed Roue. then averted her eyes! of prison escapes under Ms ten miles on one gallon of gasoline. Plaintiff In the Town of Valla Jo, : ANlRfliflN. : v it flaw

I.. plunned., Informs .the polire.llriuii "You're lookin' good kid" said "Well. I suppose it's time we said regime. I TRAIN SCHEDULE Suits I.r I I..,.California over tic; age that of said twenty.Defendant ET A nefendnntMORTOAOR I. -.

24 : ) Is apprehended. and Fied. with an approving glance."I good-night" she said rising. l > "Wait answered Fred -.outli the morning > "
seriously ; wan leading
veiy i and trains will run aa follows a subpoena upon whom would _?RlllJ.Ef B' ..eI I lli 1\
': p C'II rr>liiK fiifiiniiM. "Fred shieldIng ''H'tter than I ever! have In my life "sit down ii minute. I got wrier. He felt sorry that he hlldIIpokl'l1 : Mini, I he mild Defendant : '1'01'1'.:til
Itose trom Jilnnl '.. MMijelul : She 1>a IIS"1. ".\nJ I've made! l I.'t. lSoulh..llndNo.1. 11' 1 IS: THKRKI-'OKM.: : ORDERED I [It uppeiirlnir hy nfri.l, .
something on my chest. I dun t so roughtly to Rose the -.Due Statke 11:31: P.M. I hat I the Hiild' Iiufendunt AiiflTUHtuiillnil I tht uhox'e Htvld cnitfiilonie '
gang' t..I..... tier ulonsf with ..f friends All the animals dare hold on to It no (longer He night before!, for he knew what tier : 1.lIn""I." .. ) be and he In. hi rehr I In of dcfcMiiljnt I M.I i I II r,
Ihn i-lrdis. In prison the only "" 'hat ubout mc ?" shot In Fred Xo. 15Due Starke 57 P.M. rpqulrnd to ppiar to the bill of I unknown and thn'jxirHipii : "'. II
clenched! hU fists and spoke with leelings were now No. 107-Due Staike 9:16: A.M. complaint' fifed In the imld reuse, I In I the State ..f.- 'fa .'
thtiiif that miiKfi Hie lime pusslor quizlcully im effort. "I guess you know whatIt "Jimmy'U be all light," he lold \\livrpln 'the'' Plaintiff seeks to obtain I loe of Ritbpnna. tipr. i (i- ,
I No.;: 191-Due Starke 10:39 l 101 lid him I und
Jimmy in ISose's letters.IVrslstrii1l. "You FI'ed You re the finest : P.M. a divorce, on or before Mondav that 1 lit l"
is.. her reassuringly putting a hand aa Northbound the Gth day of July.. A. D. 19:17.: othIIUH or t went V-OIIP VfMir*
I I IV. another c'on\ ksI friend anybody ever had. Rose sat down She trlod to her arm. | <' the alli-H-atloni," of the sal,) (IT, IS OKDI-MtRIi; I i'h l M.i
his The tent flap began to boom and N'o. 2- -Due Statke 5:00: A.M. Uitl will I..- lakMii HH (conft-MHt hy A.lnlerxiMl b" n nd I K h.
works emotions,
finalljIMTSllailinic "qu
I nil smile but It was a wan nervous "Ite only knew what was happening No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: A.M |I't th.* Hald' I I.r..nol"nl. la apiionr nn July f ;J'' ..litJ" '
him In tempt ujuilhreuU flap. A gust of wind that was far imitation. to him she leplied. I : I IT IS l-'fUTHIJH OlSDEIiCO: : :: that of complaint" I fllnd I In inlil, .
moie than a brink breeze struck No. 108--Due Starke 5.OO; P.::'!. t ttili* older, I lie l published. onie.. uetk envlBfl tho nllt-Kiitii I I >,, nil
together.II | "Fred. she sail, "Wasn't all that he 11 be heaclin' this of roniplnlnt,
"l\la'bt over Sturka and W'annee ranch for four ronpf cntIvp, weeks In the will to '.1.,: II cnr
them. t Mradfoid County. fHIIMl-d Iy, Mild MulU, \, II,
settled( for good I., long ago? In that TeleKrinph a I ne\\N- '
(' \riii. : ; KI.KAKN: : :: "Looks like! u sitorm's comln' up7" '. .vay. 1:0.0: 101-Leaves Starke 7OU: A. ju to"I.f ir-ntiHl, (''''''nl..."...ii pnbliMied In further iirilored" '\ tint. "I.. "'
poor little French street ? "Right Fied, cut in a familiar 102-Arrives Starke 1 .50( f. fit i I In Hradfoid" t 'out a"'. Florida. be publlnhi-d nnr a vf.'r. '
said Fred. He Htudled, the sky, I Ia ';xiANt; : ;;n oitriKHKn: [> at :sinrke, I coiiMfloutlvevi'i.m| Brad!
The nio..t up.Itdh..1thing( ;\ about then rose und, motioned to his Daily except Sundays.:! florid.; IhlH t the 2nd day' of June, County.... Tel"'iriiiph" a ..1|< hal'"
T J. GRIFFIN I A. [). 1937. I \\"III'.r 1IoIl"'h'd I I Hrud'
curniVHl work to "Fred was the '.\01 kmen. "Snap to it, boys." T4LP A J. 1'lInM.Io'rlt.: t'otinty Florida.

fact that he could wander, about "I'd h"Ut'I'un oveand fix ; folI'\T.: ) WltueHH my li.ind nil" fn Inl ,
up J ; at Stnrke. Hiudfnrd ,
lil'S S'HtUI'I.ESou.hbound: STATI: OP I-T.ORIDA ) i. n'r,
'j like a nomad leading an unrestrained my ticket booth," said Rose. ('OU;>>;TY OF HltADFoRD ) I this :26th: day of Miv A '117

outdoor life. Rose grew! to "They II take care of It." Fred I heieby, rertiriy that the above A. J. THOM4S:
No. 207- Due Starke 11:45: p.m. aid| foregoing IM a true copy of the Clerk of i-trrul .rt'
like it too. She had always livedin studied! her. "Know we've been doIng lOiticinat Order of Publication made of Bradford ('''''t!. r <,
a big city outside of her service better business the last two __ No. 205-Due Starke 5:15: p.m."j I In. the said cause t>.u file In mv offlie COF'F'II'H, .C.,
"No. 203-.Due Starke 12:15: p.m. I his t the 2ml 1 day of June A. D. KMOHT: & KN'IOIIT::
as nurse! during the war, and months than I ever did In my life ?" Ila! :; ,:. Slurke Florida.
the verdant sights. smells and "hit's hard work." i"o ;No.: 201-Due Staike 10:20: am i I A. J. THOMXS, Clelk.I Attorney for plalntlf
your 6-4 51-7-8::
sound of i he countryside were a "You mean It's your bein' withis. Ig'q; : i 6.GI.- -% I _
No. 202- Due Staike 1:50 .
b--- : p m.
to her
"Next we're '
year goln' to open I ____ :-00.201 Due Staike 4:15: pm. I II' 'I'let: i lilt i IT i oi ii'r FOIl
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% Hit \ IM'IIHII < OIN.lt riOIII-1 I
I No. 20S Due Staike ,
-- 9:15
: 1
p.m. .
n' IN C ii t\t sht: ,,
"No. 208--Due Stail 3:33: am.No. r\\ I' ( ',\ 1:1.1'0),1:01'1\,

214 Due Starke 8.03 am. '' \.5 I '"",,, : t(1:4'1( .

WHAT .. Staike': Bus Agent: Beasley'a KVI-'ll: : IIUM-'VA:\: : I It I'AItl.TO.V;;, hal t4IStVlti
1 ifiviul'int
,. "
; :, ..,. Service Station, opposite' court1C i>m 1,1:11: 01II ni.irt i KINMI
t --- -- -. -- --- xii i< i : 'i I'<> \i-ri: tn. I
\ '. U I IKIXI 'fl' MAV l'o;>>; .' ':nN: : TIII: HTVTIJ": 01" i-'l.( 'tti.'I't '.\ ,/ let "" .un"I .ii
: ; .N'ol, < |I.. 'licn-bv Kiven TIIXT nn I IJIfliCHnevu I I'urlli.ii I I liose %'(i 1.1..11 It"", ,.. .,.
'% Hi :3rd, il.iy. of July' Ifl'17, I will' IIPr a,!II lri'"" (is nnkiuiwn IhllC "III ,.
KYOUKCaunfeyHom >u to, I Hit, } I HonuiiiblA' J U:: I':. I''ii-, I It t I. luMohy, uidt-.id" 'Unit von ntt \ /ki'- "
inn,II. '''ii lIly .2,iitre, of. H"II.lrn"J" I 11110.,1 t tu .ippenr on In. fith; tltiv ...r.foly I I I" "u" pI
;''''''' 1)' i I., silt the UileioHt, oC.1 W A l II l IS-t>> 7. l I..f.>ri> the RhnveniltUd trra" '1'"
1* 01 <>tli.t u "minor I tn and, to Lots ? l Cntllt' tn I 111** bill of fnmplnlnt -
\ : :: : : ::
T,, "It I iiwrn i-t Rlotk t IS ot,11"1) ;; rild' ;nunlnrit, you, I In 'the nhmeli I
\\ n, b I I '. (Ino,i- ltp'o., .ker,) Florida i iitid 'i\\C I\\ i"'i I'llllnn. ntld Unit till Iliad- I
Hale to ho prlvuln, uiul, aiiluiitlou ; 'u iitty Tcll'ltlMDll, In liorclil-
t huHtMl, upon nitplionllon now on. Kltcnnti-d/ IIM the. dulv I ruin llrtod
l lilti I In ('''UIII)' JlloI",,'. office.t I ni\vr<|iiiM'r In wh"'h" IIIH| cil'.DKK .

a I Igotiorasethingvnmych.sS.4jt it .1 t ci. t"oi'rt, Hi, iuuiU, iii it. I 1 fhull I I bliii. iii I-tied .onve. n week for II I v.
:: ss G-lt.U-7.:: four oc.nseriitlve w ek*.
I WltneHff m)' h.ind. and, *eal I of I thin I
....,:< I \ I. ti '"'I.It.'U': : t: or I I Court, ut Stuike Plorld'i. thin I Hie
Htl.K I I Iit'otJie 1 Sth tiny of .lltim' A. D. 1937.
IH lie,i'el.y Hivt-n Ihnt illulfritnd I (lOKIMCtM. !"IT'\: r\
V .. ,, In ,liuI'e, I A. J. THOMAS.
i-.i'' with that cfrHiii )
He shook bin head obstinately.Ills ,. '<":ce curtly. .Jimmy torn gaunt- ( linul: '' di "rt* of f foi.'t-i.uie unit i A* I '.,.rk of C'lrrlilt I V.ni't..
) shoulders quivered with emo' Huh-I:: r',,ii I,.,led| 1 hy Hon.I A. /. AilklunHM I: i ri-r Hi-iMll'oril (foil my,I 1"I"I'lda.
r1! ?r-k'ng. with bloodshot eyes hud Jiulice of th* f'irrtlll.. I '.'lirt of C.! K l'tlitt'MAN.Si : ; .
,. tion. slipped under the canvas side-piece Lirmlfi'id. County I Klui.Id.i, In. ('hi "- ,t I ci tor fur ('call p I.i ii.ii itt.
YOli Wjt.L.F/"tJ- No! No it wa n.t'h..n! I guve adjacent to the tin!Her. [ fery, I In t bin t r"Miuln I I rnnni, ppnilinir, I j' 0-11-41-7-i
In IH Id C'u""i-f 1 ulitiln, KtMlfiiil' I Kami, I
I then I thought I could taket. -
you up
Rose. advanced toward him MortKiiwt, t.Vrpot' HI inn lw .pluinlirfi' 1 ,
-. 1 But I couldn't Afterwards I and .1. I' Frfvittt, lOt: Al ale fj<*ft>n> >
I re-thing' : his name FUNERAL DIRECTOR
danttt case No. 659. the utideriilffncd
thought I could forget about it. I "Are all she pi'i-uil' I AhiHlrr, by sit Id! d-creu an1poliitrtl '
tried to. But I couliln t do that you tight gasped %% lit sell lo I 'tie\ 'limln'st, I.L.Iili i My Many: Year* ExperienceKFKICIKNT: MnIo'' It. Pf'I' I for >Ie t... r'nd'l:
4' MCCALLS.t "Anybody nee you come here ?" ; >r :I tor, rni-li; In: front: : of I tho I:: Soiitlii::: !
i either He gripped one of the awn- /1,1| l L"i ci. I front eloor i ..r tho s Hi. .ml f'r.ri,I County t I It'ouilhoiiMp : PROMPT: Zulu, fOI'RTEOt'S 1!< SER J U 1C
Pictozi! In? posts. ".\lId now you're III suiilif Klorld.i.. ,III,'.
"No. I Just want some clothfi IIIK I Mi.I li'K.il I houm, of naU I on Mundd :MODERATE PUKES
.t. ,4 JtW'w FARM i 1 I uack then I'll be guin' again: He! hinted! \ .10 ii,,I' iith s A. I'. I liiT! : i III. follow l DeWITT C. JONES
'. __ "But I'm not back thnt way." IIIW'1 tk'e'-t-iI'"t I pi "Mlll'H, ) Clltlllllt i III
I JovRsA1. tt I Hose with H peculiar smile "An I iti'iotti'pt'tInt'"' I"i.'i"lIa., to-wll I. Jitiirke, Florida
it protested Rose!, :sttired by feelings .ikin' mv wife with! me" Kof: %XK'i': ;"f SWi'; |, lllwn. W'' .
.simllnr to his own hut trying to I "'f iI'I:' l NV\i ,. nil In :Hu 91'!,
I cent them. Concluded next \\rrK I IVEW I i| vMher Tup. ,ii ultli Sonlh.,I... triifiticnr It. :'it::: 1..1; -. h:..rt In*. ..........-_O- --

t. OA a "Don't you MO ?" went on Fied' --- --- dun.' nionlH, ,' iintl, nppiirtoiiaiicHS.j 'KT TInIo..r: H'T 01' \ ;. I';. lulcVM: ,:x
i, --- : c c,5, : : 'Hejn close to you all day long. RIVRR t 0\.. *>|Mrlitl' Mii-tfi In I'huncry K OOL-M OTOR

Q cGun : ... \\'lItchmg'nu eveiy move; yon oriith.S.ipp; ( orip'|ioiiilinl I';;>>; 11111'1' KXHIIITAttflllivv '

tstt\Ifl\ __ _,,6 j, f?. Oc a an,5" ._______ m .ke. Knowing all about what H.lS-Jt-7-2: *::for I'l.iinllff' i II)i.t&I.INl': .\ :NII OILS

_ I U IIO __ t (i. t: GOI. '? *( ".4 'ou'rc IIke"Darling- J\\. AnKflitie! Thomas peiit la.\t I l\K: STAUONx: |:.v KUVDIOKII ('OI'NT"ltI': .\1''S III>t R |
y, I>let>l1t; ni< i i ill. i. vriov ANO
week in 'ke with her
i ci ci: begged Kose closingher gianilpuients. I "l, i-it'i: 'ro ., rr',,: sit SKKlItK WITH A COMPLETE LINE OP
0 tO '(a, eyes and forcing speech thatounrl..d Mr. and Mrs\ Charlie Mejvlnney. Till: STATR: OP" Fr.OlttnA: CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
.' 0 'a Q :::;:: .;:;;; : hollow and strained. I' ..\ II )puttie* clalmlnif interests tin* I
rOI1t5 liiLns( 6 0 ler "4 It. Illuckvr deceased In the THK' NEXT:: : TIME VOl'K MOTOR KUVS SlOT C1FT. : 1Hf |
: iC5an.Z, p,, "Please don't do anything like Mi. and Mis. E. A. Sapp and followlnir d.M liOOI4M01"UltoUNt! OF rW:>
0 : FltOM: ONE:
1. .
c N3f,1 -Z p,, family spent Sunday afternoon NRH of SKV4: of Sec 20. Twp 5.
p3nnu i.sli1 'ft' 0 "2 1situate In Bradford Jo 'n& STATIONS: .

J ci ; -::. "LE'' ____z Va', / this1 can't help It no more! It's beengrowing with Ml anl I Mis. J. J. Thomas.Mr. Florida-: Kitty's Dad Penders 1328West
: TAKE NOTICE that Rult has -- -
-- 0 :: business : a
_- 2 Hairy Sapp was a
and till It's .
: growing hpen inHtltutpd In Rrndford County
i :
,, 'di' Q .: ,.51-z stronger! than I am! It's running isitur here Saturday afternoon Circuit Court. In Chancery by the End Sta. Harrison's (Brooker)

C sel ___:::::._1 'ft. a :: : with me." He advanced Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett' and flllnjr of a iiwnrn bill of ('ol1ll>l"lnl
: away a by C. K Moore, an plaintiff nn.ilnst D. E. ROBERTS Agent
I :: step. "And now all I got to say Is'let Miss\ Doiothy Sapp were visitingn you und stint of you an d fendnnt.: ,
Stiike Saturday night. the relief boinw sought In nald. >lllthiinK KKAIIFOKI AM: > I'MON COI'NTIKSWOKTHINOTON
'cr go! fni-orlomiri of mitrtitnvo, THIS! :
."Fied. died Rose "we! cun'teven Mis. Lawrence Wiggins and son, IS THKKRFOIIR: : TO\ COMMAND SPKINOSWHAT

I a a think like this! I'll have to (t'hailes! of Clayno, weie visiting In YOU said AM ruiiHi' KACH ndinir OF YOU In Bald to appear court'

go away. -- ----- --
C orn:. Ito. .
i OFFER 1t0. S
A'I len. I "If you go or stay you can't
.I fhl. Mswipzp.r. IT'. Fo fl!. ".... 1 Yt.j IIU t'ouv
0..11' .paper rot ( hnnjje what I think. I don't Just
1 ;: Ma"........ } 051 1'
1 ? 6 ionQip B $2. 10 3 M."ad.froiQtup. A }$2.40 love Ight you heie.Rose.flat-footed.! I'm dying" for you

_ _ _ I "But there's notlt.njC: : I can do,

orrsa NO S ornll RO. 4 1 or you -don't you See! She began WHERE WH
This N.w.pap.c. I 'I" This, ....
S AU r... .pa.... I 'I", All lbs to cry quk-tly.

2 Ma"adn.1r01l& Goup. A } FoOAlr 2 10011I Mqad..s a18l1.. A } ror Oalr i "I know. He's 'locked up in stir.

1 Ma".I 1r01ll QroliP. B $2.2 5 3M....o..uplItl ...... B $2.50 I I 1'lght,vhere H he on ought his side.to be, Now and all you'te the !I II

thinking what a heel! I am." His

I _ _ _ _ _ & .M-- _ I voice broke with violent Intensity."But .

., I "I' _, ISIS M..... Nee..... I 110.11. I.U what would you think If I OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
p Asicm Pe 0......._ .
1.71 M.Sss Piusig _. ___ I.M was to come over there and take ,
A....._. .
$ M.- LII Opse a4 ki 1e1r. I
I I ....., a._. ... a..c__ 1.00 Op'-tr. M........ _7f&o.1.00 1.00 I you in my arms, like both of us SKItICIC STATIONSHMMMH 'I'iuilrnNo! f REAL ESTATE HAIUWARE-FL'II.M1t HJ
....... Gswi. I.S ....... ....._ _ 1.41 know I if I I
can want to ? -
1 c.._'. F_ 1.71 ...CIa....... (w..li. Ir) _ I." BH.iBH.MlLight's ___________ -
,', I Chll4 U. __,_. 1,04 Pkyc.I c...... _ _I.n Rosa stopped weeping! looked up Shell Station LET us UIVK VOtK; PI J."IBI.N:" I H'O "OK ONK S\U:
CIt..I1. N.i.14 1.511 T _ I." anti her A THOKOUOII 110 USE 11111
i 4 ? :; ; expression changed. A I IMirchuOn
C.W.. W..WV 1.511... ....... ___._ I." REAL I ,r
r ? C.F N.. 5 ys- 1.71....... M......... ___ los :hild-Iike smile came over her face sF.n\'INO CLEANING! .JOHNSON'S .<3L!:(
D.U.__ __ _ 1.11 ....... 101_. M''hl1'_ I.U as her features softened LOOK POI.,,. ,. M.' l I'liIi
Dbsl ...Isy I..asL-,......_.. .... 1.71 _I. W... 1//_ I.n with a Stnlwlt'he l &; ('..1.1 Drink J. L. Simmons Self p.illHhinBfV
: F.. a-a.... I F- 1.11 ...-_ ......... 1.15 glow of under landing. ESTATE ,. ..'r-r:!
n... ... 1__ _ 1.11 11..1. at ....... '.41 "I'd think I and Oil Plumber ONE-GET tNI'Gui
,.' ? ria..... 0.._ ____ 1.41 -....... _ _ 1.00 was back where I've
Ho_ Aes N..dl.ca... 1.11 _. Play. 1.00 always. known I belonged. It's what ". _ _ _ IF YOU WANT TO Bradford Hdw. Co\\

.., H.Ho._....-at... M.a..._..... ___ _1.4'1.0 III.lpe"., *l.i..s 0.14 1.00 1.00 I was born for. And I'm not good INSt'RKNCKJohns URIOC.ISTS! BUY SKI.!. OU RENT J. B. CAKLISI.R. <>\\'"., rDenmark

I Lth.iiy. W..kl 1.50 111"1 FI.. 1.0 enough or strong enough to throwit SEE US- -
Lit...., Di.-. ,." T.... .t.i,. MzgapLa.I I.U away." 'I' E-E-:
: '. I- McCall' Moa<&...._ .ot Ws..s WNW 1.10 & WainwrightOld
I i Fred stood bewildered! by her ab. PR EM KIPTION WILSONREALTY

i3 I jtupt I change of sentiment He INSE'R'tE: .tES'Y: EXPERTS Furniture Co.

I j looked iiictodulom. Then the corn. H..liahle: (.'oni1i.tuiee Mitchell's Drug Store CO. W.r.. .. Icecelilsug :I ea !ip ri
p i ers of hiS invii.h tgat.neii: down n, I
Gentlemen I I i ugly tittle tl.l"s."An.1 | .MI Types of Iniiirnncelth ( IIC'k( Ilpfieniliilile.. !Serxlce! stork F.\ery I)J. lIe '>*ure

-- -- -.-. -- __ ._ ___ See It Before 101/1.I.v.'
I thought that win what I > ____ _ __ _
I enduo far which/ JTrLINO: ("HII .\!\'IES ('.\"T.... _
plen tend me I'| wanted to heal j ou s'y1'! he cried: .
I -
l the migjcinc: I hav checked together< ; with s out. "Imagino' me Uoin" this to you up- --- .---w.----- What You Want .. 1

I yu-'1 tubscrtptlon, to yjur newipiper ." When he vpoke aIn; ho was U"I t l Ii A OOOII PlAtE TO H.ue )tall trl..I.UF.T nil AJv'1in '

I iN.me n't looking at her directly.! -1'11 You Can
.\ vorii f'UU-O': 1
11 have LJ.IO tae; the outfit south in this di'imrtitient.: It hrlns":

'' the morning.VV1I! find' a place ( t;!
(!)Ct"8 In This
l. Street or R. f D. _ _ __ for you to stay somewhere You're The SPOTLIGHT Corner resuulte. .'..k the ""...w..n.'n 5

I .. p I.i' right about not being able to stay
Town nd St.t here" SterIlIzed nottle,
I "Fred! cile4 R '*'. 1.I ht"1ed. .. haj onl'
: L '. -------- -__ ___.. 1 "That's all. Cool I nlg'it.: He Th Putin That Ite'frrsttis.

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111 111u

Z, 1931 BRADFORD COl\1fY T1gL6frR4RI1. 6TAItKT 1"LORCD.4 I.AGL THItLrT. ;
___ ,
u', :: ;_ .. ._ __ __ _

I Teas. T. I

: I>e..rrl"tle. *'e.... T R" 0..... a f ..... 1..1.. ...... 'r R A 0..... ('....

'I All NWIJ of NKVJ W of Lot 49. do In WootllHwu 19 5 22 20 W H Waln..rll'ht 433 BOB JONESComments
I public road <'x II A In WLj of 1..<.' 3:1: In Wood-
I )NW 'or-UA&9440 ft lawn ,. 20 B 22 :5 Mra. K. O. Harvey 204
of !NB'4 of N\VV" 13 K>y of NEl r.f NWl, IrHXf On Here ;

given that the follow'"Inn described lands, or, no 33-100. A & S 440 ft of I A for cemetery 22 6 22 1 19 C. 1 A M. DlnefeMer 12 49

asic, hereby II' will be nee..ary. 10 pay the amount due for taxes of I x67.100.4!1:Ly of NW'4&N150ftof of NWl_ 1-1.W'.S. of of 8WV.SWl: of, of I'll' .$.l'. _*22 B 22 20 1>. n. Kulll\an ___ __ 827 I And Hereafter

Atkret, ,t orll.mg "poalte 10 the same. together with coat of such .ale K': .. (,f FW', of NWl,- NB'. of JoII I'i of SWl''. 22Com 5 22 30 T J. Terry 11..' ,
i strll' will be sold at pUblic auction on Monday the 2nd dayad" 2' 27-10 A ItN I 150 ft of iio: ft FJ: of SW' Cor of I II I
KKl: of
SWI.1.10tl NKi, of ..NWi; & run N II
D. 1937. at the hour of II o'clock noon at the Court .'1 & N 150 ft of SW, of t'itj: ft. i 1.7: 330 rt. 'a" aim ft, I At the! lat! annual meeting! nf 1a

.4U Ud'.h". County of Bradlot4 In the. ellY of Starke Flats of NEIV of public road W 330 fl to l>eic 21 B 22 .1 4. J Lowery 68.1 the Hoard of Trustees. of the Hob '
re -4 50-100 A 36 6 21 10 Hellbron. Mineral Water Sly of NWV, of NE', 2.1S 5 22 20 I'r.( it \"'. Drown 5.17 Jones College a charming cultured

rldA< Co. _____u_______._ 3*.84 :! .* nnI: Kldo of .NKI: of
NEi:' of :NEI t.,., A h, SII'nllll: Teas.pexrartoe NK Cor & ix about 7 A .' I
Byrd s & W by A. "1 ai
Ser."' 'r R.. tiw.er i ('..'. In SB Cor I. ex platted M. FHoII<-!lard 23 B 22 2 Joe 'rico _. 2.93 to ml'mbt'r"hlplaht., was jr jrI
/ lands In SW ('or A e" a lot 2 of Hlk 3: Town ofIjiwtey i formal church member but t never
__36 6 19 80. :' Co) strip no ft wide N & H, West of Hy 23 6 28 M'-... Knoch: OrlfflxMra __ 12..' k
"f 8W" (NmgirHayeLumbqre. .. H..t.) 2003 !N of Illk 4 7 of.h.IIIron KI" of lots. 1 l. 2 of Blk 24. knew that real Christian exper
& Ew of Sprlnrs: also Mil Town of I-awtey Weal Incemt'ant until I came In con ;
of N4: or :11":1 ,4 that" portion, of NWl of of Ity 23 5 22 Enoch OrifflaB ____ 24 63B "
& F
w ',. of"FII!' ';'", 2 7 19 240 N. O. Hayes, Est ._____ 78.11 S}:'. B; of road ex lu.. A Lot 7 of Blk 4. Town of tact with the Bob Jones. College. ;
:5yb; & NWI!,.. < In NW Cor & ex platted Lawtev West of Ry 23 B 22 M Bennett -_ ._ __ 47 It occur'rd, to the editor that our M1churches
of sw" H' __. 2 7 19 120 n. n. Hoberta 45.7S lands In SK cur A.ex n tart 3 of Hlk 4, Town of lovely .
I\'I} 10 7 19 40 Federal Land Bank 10.09 strip 130 ft N S. N of Lawtey Went of Ity. 23' 22 .1. r>. Randal! __ 13 49 are filled with many
.f'\\"I cF ;, __ ___11 7 19 40 F..d..r..ILandBank 10.09 Blk I 4 llellbrnn I Springs" 38 B 21 4.1 itreen A Mitchell _' 1897 Cum' 112 ft W of NB Cor I people who have never been 1
; 25 5 20 40 H. 1. John _. __ 3.31 Deg 150 ft S nf NW Cor of of 1.it 4 ....f nik 4 it runS
f cti /I NF.\4 of : I
of .1:1.:: .__._30 B SO 120 H. I.. Johns __ _____.. 971 I 259 8.10 ft, K 1434 ft to ft. B foX ft to be*. Town join a church and it in another
6nf of I'W\4: & right of way, thenceNortherly of I.HWlpv West of Ky 23 B 22 W. K Edwards _____ 3060 I
1'1". to be auved. We talk
318 7.10 ft W thing
it or Hlk
of : L" 4 7. Town of
h 514 ofFSI44h;' \1 1N'I of I UT>2 ft lo tog In SW, of 1.41 utev West of fly 23 B 22 1B Oariailine" _u___ 3225 trying to do our Christian duty

.. _36 5 20 120 n C. Nettl.'M _. _. 27.1 I NEl 3* 5 21 8 Maud Wainwright OtI Lots' ::1. 4 & Wi, of Lots I. You heard a normal mother Ft
R'l: sW'i .311 5 20/ 40 H. U Johns __. _______ 6 91 Com 75 ft N or Blk 4 nn E 2 of Blk 8 Town of I never
f ___n_ 1 tI 20 40 Empire Lumber Co.&Wf. ._ 6.91 Rldn| of public, road InHellbron I...Wlo)' Went of ItV 21 5 22 W. O A Jessie Woolen. 887 say, "1 will try to luke care of
'. o.., "f :oWl, .x 1 Springs & run B'.j of tots' 1. 2 of Illk 8.Town .
It I 1101 an awful task I
,' .. 1 6 20 19 W W. Bal d"n .___. .. 3.98 I N along l F: side I of "aidroad 1 I of La NteyVest my Imby.
SWI & 55:> ft, thence K at of fly 21 5 22 \"'. C0.11..." Id 80 ImMn't any taste for it, but It In iI
right atiKlfM" 150 ft, I \ll' Illk 9 ex Lot 1. Town
% f *&Y /7 n thence S pnrsllel with of Lawtey Went of Ry 23: B 22 Mm. )Enoch Gilffls 111,40 my duty to stay here and watch
f fa
&> Mild road 55 ft, thence All Hlk 10 Town of Law- I the little child. Mother's love !u.

; 'Val right angles 160 lev West of Ity. .23 S 23 .\, M Lewis l 16.60 oman's heart LIPS! her to her k.
IV&W5AW5; / : ft to the\J'\frb.B.k-.36 S 21 J. T. Quitrley, __ .--- -- Ilti8 All Ilk 12 Town of LstwIrv
) : Com at ; West. of Ry 23 5 22 II A, LllniirhnrdB 857 I baby If woman Is normal she

d dw6110yds,1:1462.3 I. ,; i.1 of beg I 0 30 100 M H Mondy ___ .__ 11.58 of Hellbron{ Springs & All IIIU I.. Town of LJIWt.y will break any social. engagement i
6, i" Ih' run N 1:10: ft. B 44u ft. s WeBl of Hy 23 22 Mrs M. II Well 111 40
L "f SPoI. All SE': .. 13. ft, \" 440 ft to beg nt I.u1\ of Half Hlk 5. Townof and never. consider it a sacrifice to

,'wElV of kKlnn..y'nf'h right antclen to & parallel I !.(It'. IsVest of Rv 23 B 22 A. II llniley\ 547 I watch by the bedside ..f H sick '
12 6 2n 5S N. n. Mondy ___n_'___ 6., with public roml ex 1 Lots J, 3. 4 of Half Hlk 5,
;. f "W''. __ .21 II 2n .n P. T. Knight _h_ ______ .02 lot In NW: Cor, of same Town of l.aiMcy West t'llild.1>en we have the love of !1

.f crL, 22 tI 20 50 n..o. C. Johne. ________ 2..99 15ftN&Sby IbO ft B of Ily: 23 5 22 bble' S. Hal,'ley .. __ 497 I Cod In It Isn't Said for
oir: hearts
___.23' 20 .0 (;.or. C. John. _____ 10.78 I
or Fw4 36 5 21 Maud! WalnwiUhtB 4 84 .Ml S A. Rilllry Lilt' & all
y of SE'4, ; _______28 8 10 80 Empire Lumber C...___ 10.78 ..,.t'r Lots 7, 1. 9 of Blk ----- flag Lot ] Town of u.. to "stick to Jesus Christ" The

., I 1 Hlk I. New :.1 r f. EM, of Ix.ts 11. 12 of Law lev Went of ItY..23 B 22 1'1' H. W. Brown, 3266 Paul looked back bin
_23-24 6 10 unknown ____ _.__ 2.04 Apoxtle over
.j. nn Hlk 4 A. Lots 1 1. 2. 11, 12. 1'inir Lot N Town of Ja\v
I V .of NW1i ___.28 8 20 40 Oeo. C. Johne __._____ 10.78 of 131k 7 & nil nik 8 ex toy Wed of Hy __ 33M. 6 22 J. T. Ile .y' .r NI';'' 28 8 20 .0 1T.. Knlllht __ 4.02 Lots 3 & 10 In HellbronSpllllKH ..B Ml 1 SK for of Hotel scholarship. and position and
& E11, nf NW & --_ -. .36 21 Maud WalnwrirhtMIH __ 302 1 Lot A. run N 75 fl. for npt .
___ .29 6 20 2Nn U. T1. 3ohne. ____ .._ $1.08 "
514 nf F5i One half undivideInter. nf I). K. thence run W Bald 1 consider all this as refuse
of l.fI'' 2 _. 31 6 20 6/1/ I'nknoan _ ._ __ 24.a5 est. In I.o' 1. 2 & Wi- of 75 H, N 75 rt, B 75 ft.S lor the excellency of the glory of
I 4i flf Lot 4 &N%, Lot I 11. 12 of Blk 4 in 7fi ft to pt of I.eg
t 11.,1 I III .31 6 2n 180 .1. M. Music __ ____ .___ 22.21i Hellhron I Springy __ 36 6 21 Maud \\'.lntvrlK, )>t 454 Town of Lnw-te Went J.8UH.1>,'n Taul wet JemiM on
of NEIi; _. _.82 6 20 NO '1'. M IOpv..n.. ________ __ 19.73 WUj of NW, cf SWI, 1 II 21 20 Flilnv, OllHOon 2,2t1. "'f Hv 23 6 22 I" 1* !l1I'k burn 1007 the Damascus hoed he
or FF'i:'. u--nf32 6 10 .0 T. M. Sleven. _n______ 448 W 9 of NWl of SE'i' Olio lot 65, ft N & 8 hv 100 got something
of NE'i & S All SW', of NB': '8" of ft B & W, South of Hole in his. h. art that "tied him"
'I"f' NW'. ______.31 8 80 60 P. A. C'nloon __ ________ 2..R5 road !2 6 21 21 Tats AlvarezMr 81!$ .1! I** ex a lot 21 ft N & I "I afraid I
f SE,. .33 tI 211 .0 T. ',I. Ftrvrns _._______ 1009 All .E'4; :N: of road 2 8 21 167 .. Annie R. Alvarex1BO 13 H4 S b>' 4Oft l.&tV In KB I to the Infinite. am '
'a r \ : ofl W%.. n 8 20 20 T. M. 1':1f'Y..n.: _____ 5.2'1 NWl\ __ 2 6 21 W.I: Foster __ 1471 for of same." Town of can't stick" a sinner IIH;)$, Jesun ,
FEt _. 33 6 20 .0 W. n. Hudgee ______ ___ 5.83 $W4 .78 J L Harrell ,' ._ U9
I of SI,, of ._ 2 6 21 AO Frnplrc Lumber Co. 10 I.stwt.qVest of Ry 21 5 22 A ( 0. 13 puts sticking qualities in the heart.
SWI, I// NHi of !SB',, of NK'; -- _. 3 6 21 20 W .1 Foster 6 n Lot 50 flI t : & 8 by 75 ft I
'f-.orln\'if, ... .__._-33 8 10 6f) Alfred Thomas __ ___ 1083 8l. of SEi, of NEk, AN14" E&VInNBCorofHo.tot You can turn an electric battery
of NWl of SEi, ; & S1::', 1..01. Town of Lawlev .
& :OF.I.of dead and
"r SRI' :of NW% & ', 3 3 6 21 $0 W. R. Tlalxlop" .. 019 Went of Ry 21 6 22 Emma P. Hill __u_ 527 ODI. body get some air- '

'W'. of" SEai: __ .33 tI 20 240 'I' :If Ft.v.n.of __ ___ 58.88 RIfofH't2 I. of KB' 3 6 21 20 n. I>, HeddlRhRO .. 224 One Lot on state st 60 ft lion, but you can't get life. Preachers t
1\ 21 : Co. 1078
8Itf SW14 Empire Lumber
:; 100 E&\V electric buttons of
Of. N&Shy can
"w', !$E'4. Ofof press
8 20 12/1/ T. M. Ftoven __ .__ _ 12.85 SWI, of NE"4 &SE'S Hounded N by R. R.
__.33 4A '
N\V'4 8OWI.: of 1'1. 5SWl //I 21 120 H. J. KollltiK 11 There social service and make spiritual
A N hv Ijlfce "v. .
Sl. d SWy of of :5 H 21 40/ KmplreLumtter Co.Kmplre 5 112SEI4
.) FpcJ"rlll ___ 2.04 SWU, Town of Lawtey Westof move around little.
20 In and Bank They
.34 I.umhfr .__ corpses
21 40 Co.Empire 6.91
wt; of SEi __.__ ___ 6 6
Mrs Bnoih Urlffia __ 111 47
.u -
23 6 22 !
7 'I 211 11111 R. T. Stewart __ ___. //10.70 By. -
.1 1 : n' All __. 8 8 21 640 Lumber Co __ 8311N can press; electric buttons of self- '
or'"i of ion 7. 8 7 7 20 .7 Unknown __hn_____ 1052of I IS i4-of WIt, of Lot I. Town ofl.n"'l.y f
4 \ of K Of : Bust of preservation and get dead souls to 1
SWl; WI oftr' :NE'i 10WM 6 21 4 n. D Reddish 1.11 Rv 23-24-25-26 5 22 Loiila, II Hill ._ ___. ___ 12.08
&. 1')01;' of SW; ;, of NW'J, of S" '. & N Lot, 8, Town, of Law Icy move like they might be alive but

t shout 3 A E of public 5 A of Wl, of SWl ofNHL&N1 Heat: of Hv 2:124.252122: Geo F. Young 24 22 they are dead just the same. Living -
's4 A NE'i Of HW 4 exA AofHyof .'0 III at NW; Cor of Lot 3 &
I In SF: for __ 8 'I 20 196 Sirs Alma Shaw _._ 05.91E SB'I. of :NWli & S'4 ofN1AofH'1ofNWiof run S241ft.C120ft.toH : bodies move because of life
of N '. of pt of heir, thence run within. Jesus Christ life into
s "t: ror _. .._ 463 puts
p'i. ___ 8 7 20 1 Unknown _- __ n_ 88 _. ______ 10 6 21 34 Fronk Thomas I; (,0 n. S 100 rr. W 0ft
.. 3. 4 ,f Rlk 3 Ward N14 of SWi vo/.r\'J. of N 100 ft to pt of bearKat.t the human soul. This life produces
8 7 20 H. R Crosby __________ 7 4T ', A- $ .. & 13,r.s : f.nwtev 2'l-24-25-2: G it D C A Mettle R<*d 9.77 activity of the wholesome
W. t
SW of SB': of NWl 10 6 21
'Card--t: p City, t0' II or f1_-_7 8 7 20 R. T. Ost..n _.__ ____u 7..7 S'.j of 4SE'1 I 10 6 21 80 Kim Kelley .- ____ 769 Lot: 12.of Town Rv of 2.1-24-2pi-26 LawteyKaM 5 22 Mrs E. R. Harmon _n. 231 kind. IfII" could just get our ,, "t}

11 ,f Hlk II Ward N'4' of SEi & SWt4 ofSWl __ 25ir. Lot 1. Sub Plv of Lot 13. church members regenerated we ff
: Lumber Co: 1
___. 8 7 20 M 1' Math@ny -__ ___ 190 10 6 21 120 Knipire Town of Lawtev East i ; I
.r17. $ If Dlk 13 Ward F'v of "SW'i' ._ 11 6 21 NO >:: tr.. Ivn Rude 91 nf ny 21-24-25-26 6 22 W J limber ___ ___-__ 4 18 would solve the problem of our

______ 8 'I 20 Mrs Mary Hobbs _. __._ S 78 of NE'i, of SEi ____n 6 21 20 Alex I. Barns.------. .221Nb4 .112 Lot ID, Town of LawteyBast churches.
.lIy __ __ ___ '.88 ofWi, __ 12 8 21 40 Alex L. Darnell : __ 4(7
8 of BIN 14 WRrd "Uy.8 7 20 n. T. O.te..n u 13. 21 40 1.,1111 T>'HOII 949 : of By.. 23-24-25-26 E 22 Olailya ( rosn n *
i /, 12. 13 of BlkI NEl, of SE'SSW' Cronosi ___ 224 Loin 17, 18 Town of Law-
I: vj.J; Coy 8 'f 20 r.r O. Hamil _u_. _-_. .78d6il.s' SI! of of NWVi. .. ___-18.14All 6 6 21 21 640 20 I..r Empire Lumber Co___ 83 11 ley B of Rv 2.1-24-25-26 B 22 J L. Hwrrell ..._ .. '. Recently the writer beard a minister ''
a 1 9 of 111k 18 Lot 21 Town of LnwteyBaxr
8 7 20 J. P. Roberte ___nh__ 20,91 All lhnf portion of NWUof : of Hv 21-24-25-26: 6 22 -.. J. U Harrell _____ 102 telling a story of funeral w

'.ad: 6.:CItY: 7, 8 of- Silk- __20-- 8 7 20 H. P. Galn..y __n______ .78 State NE1 Hiirhway,{ lying North 28 __of_ 22 6 21 35 40 L B. D.M. Vlnlna McRae: _. __ ___ 13...02 97 Lot 24 of Town fly of 21-24-25-26 IjiwteyKnxt S 22 -- M J Bell .._ _n_ 2.33 he conducted. The woman before ,
NWi of SEt, 22 6 21 26 A & '( W she died her son not to i
13 of BIk 22 Ward Lumbar co.__ 10.78 Lot Hit requested
Ity __ 8 7 20 Mrs Laura E. Baxter 1 SO SH, of :SWi, _. 22 6 21 80 Empire> -- slile nf ,of 26. Town ofLnwtey put her in the coffin until the pallbearers 7
NWl & :; nf Bast of
of NH
NW'i ,
I*. E'4 of the followingarrihsd of : SW'i of NWI4 23 6 21 80 11 M McRae .._ 432 Iy __ 23-24-25-26 B 22 M. J Well -_ 4.60 were ready to take the +I

'1y: Com piece at "..: cur prop-of Wi.j NE'of of SB'SB"fi W%. of 23 6 21 90 Feiiortil Land Bank -. 3A27 tot Fat; 29 of Town Ily .of 23-24-25-26 LHWtey 5 22 W. P. Moore _h' __ 10.20 coffin to the cemetery. The corpse

1.8 tot i* of !'WII: ,run W 8. Lots 7. $. 9. 10. 11 Blk 21 N'u of Lot 33 Town of was put in a chair in the circle at
yiln SIn yd to t'nknownT. 204 Emma, P. Hill) 281
croHby Lake j Shores .24-25 6 21 u -- 1wI"y East of n -
( d City the funeral. What a ghostly. occasion
21-24-25-26 5 22 fI
arYE"fa'f xaii4oundnry Lot 12 of fllk 21, Crosby Hy
henre M.:: Stephen' ___ __ __ 1.0
Lake Shores -.24-25 6 21 foot 37 Tnwn of I.awtey it must have been. As I
[ 158 ydnthence 27 6 21 bo Empire" Lumbi-r Co.. -- 10.7) i.:..ef of Rv 2J-24-25-2U B 22 Joe Cooper _ _. 3.90
I SO >di to bog .. _- 8 7 20 1H! G B. Coition ________. 527 Wia of NK1- -- heard the minister tell this story I
|W'I: run E1142.3 SW' _- 21NWI 6 21 40 Unknown:; 7.64 : .r of Hy 2.1. 4.2fJ.26 B 22 J W. Robinson - 487 got to thinking about how many ; ,
FWW'4 __. .33 6 21 u -
of : Lo 48 Town of Lawtey
Ids -
yds to S Boun* souls are dead In the social
l.iry c.f Ward City Lots 1, 3 of Blk 10, !Sampson JIt.. J. McKinney .__ &.72 East. of Ry 23-24-25-26 5 22 J. W. Robinson 3.81 average
4 7 21 dead
Lot 49 Town of Lnwtey circle. We read about being
City -
once on said bounry .. 625
D al I
U6) 2.3 }ds thence E'.. of S"?, 8 7 21 iO Uerry > !-:sat of Hv 21-24-25-24: 6 22 Fannie" RobinsonFlorence. __ 231 In and in aln. The Bible
f"> >'>1s to bee __ 8 7 20 3 J. J'. Robert ____-____ 3G9 NWl of "F '. & WU, of Lot. 2. "Us Sub IHv East
NE' of hEU & SU.SWl of Bank 2l! .40/ Lawtey ..____ _-____. -. Bell 6.. leaches that In Adam all died. According
J of 80 F !
', NEt
S. NE' of 7 21 II..all7'1 -
> 12
of NBVW Lot 7. lilt. I Sub I>lv East
tE>, ex Ily ofr"y 40 Horr & "rl..r _- 8 VI to God s Word the nicest,
right of PWI4SW'i -14 7 21 lHwt.y __ __ Fannie TinnierPnknown 3.10
_.9 7 20 74 David Coleman ___ __ ._ 1871 ; of NWl .. 18A 7 21 40' W. M. Parker __ n_ d.91 Lot. If nits, Sub Diy BastLuwtev h most elegant most cultured and
nf '"'Wl, 9 7 20/ 40 I. B. Crosby ___ _.___. 7.17 SU of "Wii, ofEI., 310
l of VB'. __ 9 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13.30 Wry of SE'4 '_ 1 16 7 21 100 tit k nown ----.-- 13 87 *' i.f SW of FPoICI" moat dependable man who halt never
L Of SK": .10 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13.30 NE4 of NEl, 17 7 21 40 Berry D>al ----- I.Uw of NWl, of SEI 2. 5 22 40 1 Iiavlil rim-linn' 16.40 been born again Is a spiritual qi

_nf VESF.'i of ofV l, of f: E 67 H. of '"'SWl of HW'i of "
IO 7 20 120 P. A. Crosby --------.- 34.48i 10 .:\ of ,, ,fE -20Wnodlawn 7 21 60 fnknown7S -- 13 \E'* 24 Ii 22 5 Yoiina-" A Chandler __. 7.80 corpse. H..s. all dressed up and
'. vt SWI. & R''y of All SE1, of SE', W of ny 1 IJ'j of SW't'Lff. NE', 24 5VW 22 20 A. P. H Blnsnnr Hrhnelllino. 6 75 looks like he might be alive. He
fW'i, *x Ky right of -20 A & n'<., of SW i of >, of : NBi> 24 6 22 10 ; K YnunK 1.31:
IO 'I 20 108 David Col..man. ------ 26.75 liE'". 8 NE' uf SEt4 .x S'i. r.f VE'. of F:4: ; & SB'', has a little educational paint on his
"of NWUW'i"of Ry right of way & 1 A ..f SEt4 ... .24 5 22 CO !M B. & J. n Randall 2422 face and a little powder of culture
WI. 6 ":' of SW 7 20 H L. Hough _____ ___ 2225
13. 160 of of
u VB for of SEU N', of NEl & S' SSof
of .NK' of J. ____ $."" In 1* C, Smith _-.______ 801 I : on his nose and It Is rather bard
$ELi .14 7 20 211 ::Ilr. Lt'lla HOUlfb SWi 20 7 21 !liF.IL 25 5 22 120 M 1:. & J. D. Randall 47 tit
____ _______ 412It
of SKi, I. 15 7 20 110 Empire Lumber Co,__.. 13 30 W. (,/ :SWI of' sw.i'I:; 21 20 40 Horr Unknown& Porter u ..VI] N'w.1, of ?"iKIi I1 w.'i\ ?:5 S 22 10/ WIIH..I-Urong.n____ 417SFP' to look at him and tell. whether he 4 l
{i nf SWrSEr4 ex 914A/ & NEt4 of :NW; 22 7 21 -- -- .u of SW4 of SWIJNWl :> 6 22 10"C. I.1& M. Lilnc-felder. UI
_____ __ 9.15 ,2 la diad or not but God he Is
.15 7 20 10 JV.. Padg..U VL.; of SH'4 less 3 _A In NBCor of of HW>HNWl says
14 A of SF.'i of SE% of NWl, of SEt, of "F:1: of HWl, 25 6 22 20 Itl.-hard Smith __ B47 dead unless he is born again. A f I
-,R :S 8 .\-8 A .___.11 'I 20 8 O. C. Kelley r---- __ __ 3116 Al.<> com 87 yds E of E'; of N'' of "SE4 ofxwy ,
.1.i of lOW': le.a 1 A NW cor fSEtofSEt4& I & Anu! of SEW colored preacher In one of our a

of "v -.17 'I 20 3. V W, Hamilton ______ 2405 run W 264 :1 <1.. S 116vdi. I, __ -- __ ofM 6 22 25 Ellen: Tlnilille, 1200 southern cities said "There are l
oI. ,>f MV14 of NWi3'17 7 20 1/1 E. <:'. Long" _______ __ 7.17 thence A little !S' of .a.. .?41M SM of NSi of NE'-i:' of
A nf .L'4 of NEI1..Z1. 7 20 U O. C. K..Uey ___ ______ 608 J B: 28. )',1.. thence V 144 d I "SE'4' __ 26 5 22 10 Arthur Lsa __ __ ___ 3.90w four hundred: members In my J'

.", of VEi, _____. {g 'f 20 40 J;;...".... Lumber' Co.-- e 88 vale to bag- A sx 100 82 H B WiBarlns{ m_____ 11 II A of I'IWI. of SWH of church. They are all live ones
., & r ft rlKht, r.t way road 13 24 7 21 :-11-1. 26 S 22 8 M J. Rell. ______hn_ 5.44
'I'f atR\1{ '. ofESW!123 7 26 ZOO Empire Lumber Co ..888eofSF.SECu'r 10 A In SB l'<.r of !SE'i 8U, of SE'i' of NWli .26 5 22 20 John: i A Andrew .-.. 617 too. We bury our dead. In manyof

-n' ; 24 7 20 .0 unknown __ ___ __ 20 of SBi: toof public 10 H (I. %Wira-ln ____n__ 5.21 SWl, of SWi I4 of NW'i 26 6 22 10 Qulltley A Davis 6.9J our churches we haven't enough
ofF-ee--21 road 24 7 21 Com Ht SW ('or of 8Wi of '
.un W on Foe line. 80 1 A "n! In SB: rnr of Wi... of SE4 A. run K on Sec tine live members to bury the ones who I'' $n

Jjs., V SO VlTnVB: 8. SWl of SEi' Bounded 418 ft to a pt of her.thenie. arc dead. Many a church wouldbe

% to Sec line, S SO E by State road 13 A 8 1 R. S. Wasdln __ ____ 2 lit N 660 ft, H 198 ft +
ins to beg ,-_._.....S4S 7 Z. 20"." Bank of firarke ___u_ 2'1.8 by road 68 --- 24 7 21 S ttrtrt fr, W 198 ft to her a center of spiritual power If 1
.1, NWL< SH of SEi, of VW'i. & 6SA A NWli of SW4 of there were some way to get rid ofcorpses
\ MEAra of NE1 deeded SE'i' 26 S 22 13 Federal l Land tiank.. 10.07

;lfo" l tp...1*of* $NI Es-:7 ....--..7A. hv In Wm.Nig Jones ex 100 ft 73 C. U Rlchaids ________ 29.1! NHf SRL4: of Sri'; B In the pews. There Is something

wA! 111.0' bog 60 chnai. right' of wAy road 13 ___24 7 21 26 Unknown -------- 817 of Ry 1_ 26 :5 22 10 Federal Lund Hank 4 67 worse than dead men in pews I
of SE: Cor of Sec 2B ft a' 26 A of NWl ,.f SE'i25: of 7 21 SW'i' of NW' of :NF'4: 27 6 22 10 J >.'. Prevail ______- 4.37S'y and that is to have a dead man in
S.c IIn. 40/ The North 14 Acres of SB'I., of PE"4 of liE 14
KA"so "in,, }7 40 NWti of SB' *"* 1 .*1 In & '''' SEI, of SE1e the pulpit. Bishop Kllgee, of theSouthern
l how 'S :a20 onn/ to bellr- :NB- .' IT ft e-n 100 ft right 13 lire Addle Jackaon ... 907 SKj' 'l'f ur HKH f,
'0 A AI.o I.g at a pt .. ..f way r..nrt 13 ----25 7 21 SB''t ot-fot.; ;. of 8W-4.-S7 E SS 55 R B. Hurney 10/ 80/ Methodist Church said ,

nna \\' of .: E "or nt1& iii.... lots. I. 2, 3, 4 or Fracl2d 21 168 Bank of Starke __un 3316 Hi.: of txits 83. 64 In -Wood- to me notlong before he died
.: rUn M 1539 VIi con' 7 fawn 24Lnts 5 22 10 Wesley f'rews In '
.14rt.N15:9nE234ft: : N 25 A of SB'S of NE4 24 W. McEver -.-------- BOS 37. 4"i: & WU.., of 53 AtKHi "There are too many unconverted ;
I less 1 .'1 In $N'' tor_._ 29 7 21 of Lot 44 In Wood- men !In the of this
.Plof bog -------2$ 7 26aa Unknown ___________ *8 33SI ; pulpits country -
PW'i 8 1 1-10 A In NW Cor of __ 31 E SS 30/ H. J. Thomas -__ 462o "
EI < 8 01 of SE. W ef ny Lo'lVTs. 67r58 In'W.Tod- Educational training, degrees ,
of SWI 7 05B NK, 66.
... Rosier
J.1 x I f \Rt----- --- 60 J Q ------ 49 3 A.ln NB Cor of **W L'' 6 L. C. Smith .. _.___-_u 242 lawn .31 5. 22 < "r.fRu.1. ;: Walnwrliilft 8 60 from college and cultural
of x\1114: of 3Rjti. all 1 I SI 40 J. V l Rosier of SE'f --- 29 7 U Lots 1. 2 InVon4lawn 32 B 22 20 Wesley Crews. ... S 24 will
\ of :IOEI. of aWL, Wof Cum 'on S Ilse of NWji"ofNEV E'3: ; of SWli of 8B': A backgrounds never become a

"Ale Farm road .16 5 ll 3i:> W. H. wainwright Un 13 1'1 on W line of Ry W S'v of of "8BI' eir substitute for the cleansing blood
of way & ran In FEZ of flEl of
e-half right 1 \ ,
.,' In undivided' ( Interl 420 ft. N 210 ft, B to W a E'1. W of Rv -. .84 a aa all Unknown _. 8,17 of Christ. 1
a.. of RWV' ex line of Rv rliht of way "W' of KWl, of SEU 5W" r. 221ft (!e.>. ii.lenii: 224 -- ..- -
.12 ?hr" In xw Cor ex thence S along: .al'< 2 }t. 8 Watdin .____n_ 760 of S' I of NWl Of
;?:vjiat.r, '<" .N of right of way to beg29 7 21 NWl, 36S" / 5 23 15 ('. t & M Dlncfelder ,_ 8.67 ZIFF
'""'y road'run. NW' 1 A for _____ 646 3 6 28 18 O T. Nelson ____ 3.1751.1iofNW'cvN200ft
of D. J Byrd ofIWI. Of NK'l
WI. Mr.
79 .
:'n" W from State Farm I Ij. .f 30 7 21 MlM, Bale M.e I *<.!.. C..............
rureh :
j. 'i, &ofSSWW'.of $! \ --25 B 21 115 Mr Maud Walnwrl..ht SI 62 Lots 1. 2.-------l SELf ales Right of way __ 3 6 22 34 R. II Russell 1020
& \V : NRS & Lot 8 or Frucl NE" of SE'i of NW'V b, of Services were! held at Little Rock
.. .of public ..oa &S4 rof NF:; of less 5 A In SW Cor.----36 7 SI 40 Emma .Muenienhardt __ 15 89 SI::', f.f NEi, 7 fJ2 40 Adam Oreen 403 Church Saturday and Sunday by
r3\V.'& 14 In 145j Cor NElf of --- ----- 7 21 SKI: (,( NE'" __ 7 <4< 23 40 C. .1. ( ulna .. _. 1078 Pastor W, M. Moody of LaCrosse w
.\ In 's\:!f SWy ---25 II 21 21 T. L. Monk ._____...__ 3.43 NW" of NWt,4 f"oWIU Ofa6 200 Dank of Starkt ---___ 3984 WS "f NWl. of :NWl// g tI 22 IV Adam ijreen ._ ___ 1.66
''f WI' Cor or SWIoO NW'; It N' ,. 7 U Of WA, of NW', OfVW also there was baptism near Don

'. "(,f afR', ____.25 6 SISI l Frank Morgan 1..0 S", of fLi 0W" It N' 40 Mra. N. T. Rltcli _____u 1014 h .10' 22 10 Jas J. Bailey 480 Bridge Sunday morning at ten
'; _____ Frank Morran ... 2.37butSWi o 0' SR''' .BR 4 82 '.27 ft of
f ': -- 40 Jf : E'. --- 20 Caraon M Orllfla ---- : .f F.'. & K'j
'WI" .,WI. & \\' of N off NSW14--- 2 5 U N&VI, of SBV .. .__ .__ 11gW S 22 DO J A. Chalkley ft DrB.n o'clock. Those that were bap-
,'r ."-__ __te I 21 120 Frank Morgan 31.7S ,,' W'y Of12 10 Elliott Knight ________ 390 of 8W'j L Wl!>> Of ''I tized were: Mrs. S. Drown of
i. fFE'' 6It 10 ESE, PE': of SU.5. __12 6 22 All..1 A. Chalkley A Bro. 1778
.E'4"ftN41U(; .. of Co of WI. of i'Wf "Ei, 't12 22 10 H. W. Havlland ____ ___ 623 $WL4 of BWllof-8W>4 13 6 22 10/ J A. Conway 4 00 Alachua and Mrs. Lovle Mann of
'um 5 .
,d' at : ; Unknown U3 A of SEi. of SWliA
NEt. W 25 this section.
10 ----------
h,nrrON&t rUn S f Lot 44 __. .13 B NE'i' of SW'. /t All
.t1;411" 'p..rly Oto a N' of Lol. 7. In Woocl-13 10 Unknown ___.__. 467 NWi4' of SEV. W of road Mr. and Mrs H. E. Thomas and
: ft fIJ of ;N\V ('0r of lawn "n" 22 -IIA 15 6 S3 73 Afaero Inc _.____ 50."
Ed -
h. .40' thence' N; 160 ft. N o!" = : i; Lo t. 60 Bank of Starkt _____. 21 09 vEi: e.f "swi4 ._;;iiWl 6 22 40 Mrs. Alice J Hufhes .... children Miss Rhoda Thomas Mrs..
E 1320 ft 10 bp".2' II 21 20 Hellbron Mineral Water l9n/ wo..how -14 6 ;n 30 T. T. Blackburn ....___..9.90 of BWi, 14' 6 22 40 Joanna E.; Roxers __ 11.7 Anxle, Denmark and Purvis Lewis
Co. '.31 All SEI of SEi, W iiii 14 6 Unknown 5.14 NEl, of NEi, '& EH.. of
10 -- --- -------
10"I.. __ II 21 40 C. L Carter'mirrill.- U.66 Lot 39 In Woodlawn ___--14 BLots 22 NWl' of NBl. ._ 16 1 6 22 60 Ornen A .MUch ll 22 01 were In this section last Saturdayand

;'3 (,f XE Y; f26 1. 2, 7, 8 In Wood- 6 U.O David. Rlckert .____ 14.40 oIUnn-J'V; NCli Sec II Sunday and while\, here they
F1d It
.InSICorof lawn .. -* by land of
..'i" I. __ ._ _27 5 21 23 try Reddish __________ a.u Lot 16. II*. 32 in -.ir Wood- 30 D. L RlcsbyV ___n 13 27 p HaKaman S by Center attended the funeral of Mrs. Alva
E'4 _ ._.28 6 21 40 Mrs Maud Walnwrl..h.20. lawn -- 15 g 22 St. E hv Ry less 100 Starling at Anna Oak last Sunday.
f :10'1: F'4' __ ____32 B 21 40 J A Hollln.aworth __ 403 N'.., of Lot 46 in "Woodlawn 5 A. Fisher. .----- --- 388 ft try In SB: ('(,r. also 20
: E''4-- ______" B 21 40 W. !M. Holllnarsworth 4 03 .. .. -.15 8 22 A of 1<.". 16. 21 described Mr. and Mrs Colmac. Padgett

'put: ,N\V1' of FEIi? & Lot. 21. :6. ?: 2. In WQOd1A: 6 22 40/ C. A. Prln..le _._______ 8.67 a. follow.: Bear at a pt .- and little daughter Myrtle Arch
t O'w
track 415
lawn Bowden 12.19 In center of Ry
FE' 20 A. R- --
411,. ri.tOf exf Lota 4. 13 "n Wondlawn-.l 6 22 Matilda Nelson _-. .. 4 37 ft to an Iron post In center -" Mann and sl.ter11811; Doris :Mann r
10 --
;F;' S of/;road.: V33 WalnB 85 In Wocrtlawn ____.17 5 ..48 of Ry tracks near N .
B SI 44 Br. Blanche __18 5 22 20 Mrs. E. ft. Harv y ---- Clyde Brook. A, Z. Pac'gett, and
aright ___________.__ 8.11'f tot 22 27 in Woodlawn Temple store & run W ,-
:. \ : & \ 16 A of Lo.: 13. *Ono&Jw1.O.f Lot 5 23 23 W V: C1dJlrh 8 57 14 .lenrees N 1320 ftthence ... Mrs Cara Stokes all attended the

.v of ;!. _.__ __.34 B 31 65 H.1I Keene ___-___ .__ 11.15 1 In Woodlawn ___-_ 18 1J 5 2:1: 10.1 C. rrlna-l" E..3 N 14 degrees W ; dance and Ice cream party at
4F1 ___ 820S In B 14 decrees -
ft thence
64U( ,
__ Moican
\ -- 116ati 6 SI 40 Frank .n
In --- -, of J ivof Lot 19 A all 30 N 1320 ft. then'-e Fairbanks Saturday nJght.I .

."; 1L'of for rond 6It Nl4! WAN of 21 ta Wood- (| 5 U 30 L. !f Murrh ..- ,- 6.46 N 14 de..._. E .ee ft. I Miss lye Mae Lewis was visitIng -

of:. w.\J. of N1R\It Ja. toTaTT.tof "!8 Tn"VMdiawn18riu. ; 6 322S 20>> W. C Blan.r ..._._-_ '.2'1 enter thence E of 14 decrees Hy trm-k.S to Miss Odessa Kelly recently.

'f S\\.t. of NW.f !! hotl Lot"Woodlawn 22.I 23 *t all 26.18 5 30 R. N. Crawford .... 7.68 thence 8 on Ry track to Henry Howard and mother Mrs.
In A W
'.,r Ypl'' t Wl EI!. n o! SWy ?..'Qf.o Lose 36. 37 K', of 89 beg side deeded ex 4"n to on!t. l>. E. Howard were visitirg here this h

NM of 43, 44 E 9 of HI 5 II 40 Mrs K Q. Harvey 7 61 Coleman uContinued ca Pare Slxn nn weekend.al'LY .
:"gy4, 0f'NW N :Oltu" In Woodlawn ..... 1* 5 U 20 8. H. Thompeen 3.13
----______. 21 138 Frank Korean ........ 35.44 Lot. 62, 63 Mi )


;4 3 : _I ME___roun_______________- _-___-_.._.-___-. -. KRADFORu.. COUNTY TKUDOBAPII.. 8TARJKK. PfX>.UDA. .. ,- ._. _rJtU.U-_ ._0111.I. .\ ,
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Eastern Star Has Visit From r Informal Tea Honoring Guests'(, \v. M.\ S. Circles To Meet grease and let It cob \nl" --
Worthy Grand MatronThe At Lake sob till it Is about soh III
FAVORITE Mrs, E. S. Matthews and daughter -, as npn HI
; a piece of tnc
blotting ,
1 0
3 ocietr Worthy Grand Matron of I Mrs. II. B. McLendon, gave an I Both circles of the Woman's Missionary fish grease. papa I"likl'tj t
; the Grand Chapter of Florida. Order I RECIPES I informal tea Monday afternoon' in Society of the Methodist Any cook who .
of the! Eastern Star, Mrs. honor of their house! guests, Mss I Church will meet Tuesday after clously spoils a nite WilfUl!;. {1M taaj,
Charlotte H. of Jacksonvillemade kovakl and daughterinlaw mesa of
Perry Leo Wit
TI noon July 6th, at threethirtyI Improper cooking hsbt
I, her official visit\ to the I I mac-I.,"-")' Jam rnkrI I Mrs. Paul Witkovaki. of Lafayette I o'clock, at the summer home of son, stratagems IS -flt CO tra
Marriage In Tallahassee I Strange Coincidence Starke Chapter of the Order of the i Mrs. E. K. Perryman tent us an I La. ; Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, on Funlak Springs ana sp 118 i .1)).
Interests Many HereOf Reunite Herlonj Family Eastern Star Tuesday evening. ,I entirely new cake recipe this week. I 'ases, and baskets of roses, daisies Kingsley' Lake Hostesses! : Mrs. --.---- Herald.
At the Woman's Club building, \ and other bright Hummer flowers i Adkins. Misses Amelia and Olive
It have lots of blackberry Jam
u :
1 Here I SundayAn
Interest to many friends here at six o'clock, a banquet was served -( and your family won't ent it | added to the charm of the I Ray. fI1.1.| .
was the marriage in Tallahassee reunionwas to the outoftown'Isltors anda them. just rooms of the lower floor. Mrs. Although there wan
this .
Impromptu family try recipe on r.t
I I --- -- --- sped,
last Saturday of Miss Louise Huntto number of local members of the Matthews received at the door and attraction In the
the home of will the itself WilY"
at eat try ?
held Sunday they Jam by (OOKINO FISH music ,
+ Mr. James Robert Kite, electrical Dr M. B. Herlong when everyoneof order. this cake anyway because it sounds| presented the guests to her :sl: .'er- 'I speaker advertised f II. D.:. .>
engineer at the Florida State his brothers and sinters droppedin The exercises were held In the delicious and It's something new | in-law, Mrs. Leo Witkovskl. and Some people eat fish all their R tine crowd was 'In attendance< \'en.r, ,
Farm. to visit him merely by chance, auditorium, which was decorated Here's the recipe: her niece, Mr*. Paul Witkovskl, :I life, and yet never learn how to the Bible study as usual this|
The bride! l Is the daughter of W. planning. It with bamboo, zinnias, roses Shasta who are making their first visit to 1 fry them. There Is as much difference They were rewarded wean
Y T. Hunt of Tallahassee and for the without any previous had all daisies and dahlias. The motto One-half cup shortening Florida. I I between fish fried right hearing a sweet however, t
the first time they mesHHc
was One
brown in ,
}r past four years has been employedin been together In thirty-five years. "Fidelity was artistically arranged cup 8UgUI'Three The hostesses served refreshing .' and a fish fried wrong as there Is by one of the younger IIOr

h the office of the state director off Early Sunday Dr. Herlong's at the back of the stage, the en- One and eggs three-fourths cups flour sherbet and dainty cakes and were i I' between a quail and a sap-sucker. senger girls, who also Mission, Mf,,'
the Public Works Administration' youngest brother, W. Frank, call- tire arrangement making a beau- One teaspoon soda assisted In serving by Mrs. H. M. I There Is no profound secret quoted from memory forty.MVJ
in Jacksonville and Tallahassee ed from Jacksonville saying that tiful setting for this Important One-half cloveaOne Richard. about frying fish. Of course the Bible verses from various I
The young couple will make their he had brought their sister Mrs. meeting. teaspoon cinnamon The guests included a few first thing you have to do, Is get the Book giving book, chapter?']
home at the State Farm. S. E. Fay from Saluda, S. C. home Charming little Emma Jane One teaspoon nutmeg i friends of the family, particularly I your fish, and for the most delic- verse In each instance There, 'j
{ H; Among those attending the wed- with him from a trip he and his Beasley, wearing a blue satin One cup blackberry jam I those who knew the late Leo Wit ious meal cook him as soon after many others who quote ,\' |
ding were Dr. and Mrs. II. B. Mc- family had made to North Caro- frock, presented' a gift to the Three tablespoons sour milk I kovskl in his childhood and youth I catching as possible. Cut his head delights the hearts of th ,(ler"|
jy I ;J Lcndon, of Starke, and. Mr. and lina. He said they would come to Grand Worthy Matron and sang a One-half cup raisins chopped : when he lived here with his par- off. A fish's head Is no good to sons who realize the van ,. \
Mrs. B. C. Prince, Mr. and Mrs. J. Staike Sunday afternoon for a vis- welcome song. | Directions: cnts. eat, and uses up just that much I profitable employment' -" RUt;
11 d C Wallace, Mr. and Mrs II M. It. The address of the evening was | I _. ---.- --- more of... ,your,-_. e-frietnna...... 4n... the tf\r\\f-.u n- time for children The ,' ,..pa'
? ,
Cream shot brown all
W Kelse and I en Ingadd sugar Zits
Mra A.
Rirharde. ing. Salt, and meal the [ a reward for
James H. the Grand Matron I GUM BRANCH pepper i those
,-Td It also happened that given by Worthy gradually and beat until light ', lI'I""lIng' i ,
} of the
Mrs. C. C Killmgswoith Kcoiindrel
:+ I State Farm.BRYANT'S. Herlong and family of Miami who Mrs. Perry, her subject being i, and fluffy. Add' beaten egg yolks. I! Miss. Kll/ahrth: llurn.ige, Cor. as you like him best. I splendid Bible lesson on 'Ubje
I had been touring in Mexico and "Lamps of Light. Sift dry Ingredients\ together and I Now you ate ready to begin the I I "Joseph A Type of' ,"rlat
1P 1 California decided he would visit, The following grand and pastjiand [ add alternately with the jam and : Miss Elizabeth Halnage spentFriday real business of frying your fish. which Is more interestim, Wf
'Ij his brothers and sisters and stopped fleets and Saturday with Mr. and Have your skillet, "spider," Dutch 1 summer leisure hour ,
were present: sour milk which have been stirred I -peClal
Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine Level for those
J In Jacksonville to pick up Mrs. j Mary H. Tlson, Jacksonville; Mrs. together. Add the raisins, floured. oven or whatever you are going to who find tim ,''nglr;
G. E. Adams, another sister and E. 'v. Sorris. Grand Sentinel, [I Fold in the beaten egg whites. section fiy your fish In filled <(tor< nearly I heavy upon their hand'
his brother, C. W. Heilong, and Gainesville; Mis. Belle Daley, I Bake in two layers in a moderately Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and son I filled), with lard or some good Plans are being mad '01 ;
then visit Dr. Herlong here. Grand Instructor, Micanopy; Mrs. hot oven. Eldon, were visiting In Jacksonville brand of cooking oil. Wait till this ilceman to be the teacher atp

j CAFEh1t <<-; They all arrived about the some Dorothy Griffin, Past Grand Instructor Killing and frosting: Monday. I grease boils and we mean wait service soon. "Come v\ ', bt
Mrs. Gladys Hill) of is we will do
Tampa thee
till it is boiling like a kettle. gooo
time and while they were visiting Ja'ck"onvlllej; Mrs. EthelM. Mix together and one-half syrup
one Mr. and
Mis. J.
visiting S.
Brown, Past Grand Sapp. Then drop your fish into this boil- .-
another car drove Marshall
"THE OLD BELl I.E" up cups powdered sugar: three table- Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Graham
j Gainesville Mrs I ing grease. In just a little bit the Buddhism is then '
t Mrs. P. B. Wood of Jacksonville, ; Bessie Bevel, of and six table- pr't'\'RIIIDg
cream spent Sunday night with Mr. andMra. ret1!
fish will be cooked and 'In the
rise to the Kingdom
Past Grand Ruth of
a niece who had been visiting her ; Mrs. Ruth spoons butter Allow mixture to A. D. Norman.Mr. Slam
At the same old mother, Mia. S. J. Edwards of Thrasher, Past Grand Ada Mica stand over hot water for fifteen lop. Take them up, drain them
I and Mrs H. Keene of Sham
LL 4f Hawthorne and was taking her nopy. Also thirty other visitors ;, ;and then you have something real- r alas. .
minutes. Add
one teaspoon of Vanilla rock were Mr. and
visiting Mrs.
W.. I stand Has been re home with her stopped for a visit. from O. E. S. Chapters.During I I before spreading on cake. D. I. Knight Sunday morning. ly good. 666 Malaria!
I This completed the reunion and the social hour, a committee I'' -- A large crowd attended the ice I The trouble with ma.iy people in rn a donCOLDS
k- decorated all over. everyone of Dr. Herlong's brothers served refreshments of Ice N. T. And Tommy Ritch I cream supper at the home of Mr. I. flying fish is that they don't use
and sisters was with him. cream and cake.Wednesday I enough grease, or don't have it
r / j Are Hosts At DanceN. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday. ] LUU'ln 'rARI.F..tl!
Another fact was that ] half hot when .AL.IC flr.t day
New, Clean and strange morning the Worthy | Miss Alice Edwards is spending enough they drop Noah Mrirh
Sunday was Mrs Herlong's birth- Grand Matron Mrs. Perry, visited I T. and Tommy Ritch were I a few days at Raiford as the their fish into It. They drop the DROPS '.."i." a|
t Air y. 'I day. She served her guests\ It delightful -, the sick and shut-in members of'' hosts Wednesday night at eight of her sister and brother-in-law guest I'fish Into lukewarm. or half-hot Try "H.b-Mr-TI Id.l.e m";;w.rld'a a

+' F'i ,; a I II supper after which they I the local O. E. S. Chapter and left I o'clock at their home on Cherry' Mr. and I. -_. _.._. .
IY I departed for their various homes. Street Mrs. Marlon Browning.Mr. : ____._.._..______,___ _=
for when
I gifts them. they entertained and Mrs. L. C. Conner and |
Y : .1' --. I young visitors In town with an informal children of Rising section were visiting i II
NOTICE Auxiliary To :MeetSt. [ i dance. j' Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp Mon I i MANAGEMENT
f .i The rooms were simply but effectively -j day afternoon.
Revival services will be held at Mark's Auxiliary will meet 1
; for Service the Rosewood Church tonight Monday July 5, at 3:30: o'clock at decorated In a color Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae of ANNOUNCED
1' t 4t I 'I'I'I through Sunday night, with Rev. the home of Mrs. Joe Hoover. scheme of pink and white. Crepe Lakeland spent Friday night with i, I
t i, w. E. BRYANT: George C. Hall, of Jacksonville J myrtle and fern were used to ad- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman \, 1
conducting the meetings. The pub- There are twenty Hawaiian Is-I j vantage on the spacious lower floor Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman are I
-i I iI lic is Invited. l lands. Nine are inhabited. where the young people enjoyed the proud patents of a baby girl, We have assumed management of the I

I e ,% -- -- --. - ._ ": ,. _. _., i dancing until a late hour. born Sunday. June 27.Mr r Gulf Service Station, formerly the
-"-'-'-'-'-'-'---"-'-'-'-'-'-"-"- "-"---'--'-'-'---'-------; 1 1
and Mrs J. F. Shaw of the
I Fruit punch and wafers were
j'j j TO "AVOID DISEASE" DRINK I! served throughout the evening State Farm were visiting relativesIn t Wall & Carter Service Station on

t F 1 1 I from a beautifully decorated table I this section Sunday afternoon. i! i Temple Avenue We solicit
i I Build up "physical resistance" your j In the breakfast room. The table Friends of D. I. Knight are sorI I I your pa-
I to of his tronage.
illness but
ry heury wish
,: overlaid with lace and
was cloth
i'F Health Mathews Dairy a
by drinking him a speedy recovery. Mr. Knight I
the punch bowl was surrounded. by i, I
"1 :' C3 fresh unadulturated MILK A "sunshine I Itonic" I fern.dainty sprigs of pink myrtle and I which fell from he was the working.school building on | COURTEOUS AND PROMPT SERVICE

t .1 for young and old.MATHEWS' A. W. Anderson furnished the I I ,
I Ij I
I I music for the evening. Repair, Washing and Polishing
If you want to live In the kind of I!
1k DAIRY N. T. and Tommy were assisted done the right
I I in entertaining their guests by a I town IThllt.s i I way. 1

1i .j . . I their mother, Mrs. N. T. Ritch. I like, the kind of a town you I I "TRADE
:-----,-_----------------- ------------ -- -...,..--. You needn't clothes I II WITH US AND WE'LL BOTH I
slip your in a
i ? Baptist W. :M. U. Will :Meet I grip : BE SATISFIED"

'' No. 1 Can*-Standard Pack4LtJM. I Circle number one, Mrs. L. G. ,i And start a long, long hike. iI j I

FLOUR 77c ( Powell leader, will meet with Mrs I'

If'I, ti .1 GREEN'SSTORE TOMATOES can 6c I'i F.Circle F. Flume.number two, Mrs J. M. 'I You'll behind find,elsewhere what you left !I I MR. AND MRS.: L. B. ALVAREZ I

a ll | Brownlee. leader, will meet at the I For there's nothing that's really i Managers

home of Mrs. J. H. Lord with Mrs. new. I Phone 100 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
iW. H. Perkins a. co-hostesses. It's a knock at yourself when you ,
BESTLARD2lbs25c Whole Grain Blue Rote I I'I The Young Matron's Circle, Mrs knock your town; 1 .;...-,-.--.-.-.-.----.-.-.-.-.---.-.- --
IB. M. Fussell leader, will meet It Isn't your town-It's you.
it i CASH & FLAY RICE SIbs. 22c (with Mrs. H. T. Hall Jr. I
-; STARKE, AH meetings are next Tuesday Real towns are not made by men
'afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. afraid Clttcwtta
{; f' WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY ---. i Lest somebody else get ahead;
A service station In upper New When everyone works and nobody
FEEDS-GET OUR LOW PRICE BEFORE BUYINGPET j York has installed shower baths 1 shirks builds for health and 'tb
and dressing rooms' in which tour- You can raise a town from the economy
CARVATIOV "J 1' a K IB BEEF1STEW. ists may refresh themselves. dead. I "

MILK 3 tall I cans 20c Lb. lOc And if while you make your per- CONCRETE: SEWERS

1 I'Ot'ND BOXSODA ROl',,;D OR T-BONE I Your neighbor can make one too,
Your town will be what you wantto

CRACKERS l lOc STEAKCHEESE Lb. 17c It Isn't see your; town-it's you

I Ielecleo.
i Pound 22c -", ) 34 miles of pips:
I Sr PKO. concrete

SALT Pkg. ____ 3cBREAD !SMOKKD assure permanent vclt'3:

-1 SAUSAGE, Pound .- .- 12y2c MEALS CAUSE r
.J\nRIT on BELL from relief funds

3 Loaves 25
C STEAK, Pound12Y2c
,, I, ai SICK STOMACHMealtime Atlanta's 7-million-dolUr program

i j ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc BOLOGNA ap ,including new St'lUfe i'1'
1 ment plants new sanitary anJ
SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc again! Do lit srd oul'
I you It a ;, storm sewers, extensions
? I OU\KT MK REUM or PROGRAMFRI. down to the table with a hearty ___ lets is now nearing corf-Jetipfl-!

h SALAD DRESSING 20c BUTTER Country Roll Ib. 30c appetite and the Joy of eatlrg a 34 miles of concrete pipe T.;.nginS:;: ;:

good meal? Or do you sort of --l in size from 8 in. to 102 .!t. &"
BEST \\IIITE-NO SALT \T. .n'L'l3 dread the Idea of eating-feel that tr ". '. already been placed undtrarioui
1 CJI'AKT ,1nPEANUT BACON Lb 19c Feature you sort of hate to eat because Y,% i WPA and FIRA projtctr. I

BUTTER 25c "Daniel Boone"Geo. you know how miserable you will ,l1" Atlanta joins the Sanitar}'District:

-s GROUND O'Brien feel afterwards due to acld-tndW of Chicago Louisville Dura"-I -

-.\1oiD"Midnite gestlon? < Minneapolis and many other cilittt
I- f--Pii.. 12'A' PRINCE ALBERT can lOc15o Court"Ann which rely on concrete for their

sewers Concrete pipe like mono-
D\orak Now acid-indigestion simply I I ,
PKO. lithicconcntehas protd JI mef.::'
means that your stomach containsan :
CIGARETTES, 2 for _____2Sc SUN..MON.. JULY 4.3"Maytime" excess of acid. You can quickly for a wide range of sew tr I'pe"} -
LIMA sizes and conditions. It i i. stro"
BEANS Lb. 7c neutralize this excess! acid by taking

a# --- 1 1l MUSTARD Ots. lOcBLACK Jeanette Nelson McDonald Eddy a spoonful of Blsma-Rex In and and durable leakage.Minimizes Is moderate infiitrat"! in COlt t
( RFAT1\oi0RTIlERS half of
a glass water right after
I John Barrjmore and serves with little maintenance
l BEANS, Pound 8c you eat.Biama. 12 f fin ft'<
Whether sewers are
Tt'ESD.Jl'L\' 6TH. huild!
_ loeROX diameter or a few inches
PEPPER V-lb. lOc -Rex Is a
"That Man's HereAgain" pleasant-tasting !
;1 ASPIRIN Box 2c them of concrete and be sure-
preparation that gives relief quick. aJott: I
For information
KELLOOT.'S' CORNFLAKES ly from those complete
:'\oc). 1 IRIooII! distressing symp rle:
the sewtrs
Tom BrownWED.THrHS. uses of concrete

POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c Pkg. 71hc .. JULY 7-8 toms of acid-Indigestion. s' PORtlAND CEMENT ASSOCIAT: : N

V Bisma-Rex is sold only at the
w "Wings of the Mitchell Drug Store-your Rexall Hurt: Bldg.' Atlonfo, (CD.;

.., BetterTRUEMANGFEiiTI Quality Morning"Annabella Drug Store. Remember to look for .

;t1 ZER CO. the Rexall Store Sign, and be sure "fit x6' r'r= A national organization; to iff ',0".'
j .... - henry Fond to ask for Bisma-Rex, the four- .a..nd: t'. v>.i el concr.t. Irons' *
-4 ., - -.. -'>>1ft' -- ..,.... --n I way action antacid powder.-Adv. al4re tifit ,.J.orcn and ."i"m ",.id WO'

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] .??? JI'IX 2, 1031.. a\KADFOItD COt\oT'1': TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA r."H,1I: ,,1\ ICl
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tlB --l :Mr and Mrs. H. C Wall and Mr. I Mrs. T. H. Sladc and baby, Tom Attends Reunion

and Mrs. J, G. Godwin of the my, arrived today i Friday) to join --- ....
State Farm spent the week-end at Mis. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. The following letter was receivedby

Bits of PasM-a-Grllle.. Long, and Mrs D. C. Forehand of I the Telegraph this week from BRING THFAMILY ..
nsjhl i i Albany. Ga. for a month's visit at Brother F. A. Whittlcsey, pastor of

Mr. and Mrs Glen Searing uf Kingsley Lake. I the Grace Methodist Church of '

L. M. Gaines left Wednesday for i Lawtey from New York City: ,
Local NeWs Blowing Rock N. C. for feww..kll. I "We hud a fine time at our YaleCollege
l I) : a L. L. Roane of Jacksonville was '
11)02) class reunion; a nice R
vinlt with relatives the week-end'guest of Judge and S Ie
visit with brother and sister
OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND i iPIWGRESS :Mrs A. Z. Adkins. He was accompanied I our
CONCERNING J.I at our boyhood home and likewise 1
Mrs Ruby A. Montague and home by Mrs. Roane and
OF THE COUNTY AND: TOWN I'Ii (a ,'1..111) with our son and family In
A. Landrum of Inverness were two childien, who had! spent last '
I I New York City.'e are leaving ,
i week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. week here. I I Ito
'T. Frank Landrum. ': | this morning/ Monday, and expect
nr be In Lawtey for all the serviceson
Mr. and' Mrs J. H. filch Mr.
-- and for full attendance I
eoPPn ro.- 'I II Sunday hope a
+ Isael Fernandez was visit- ,I Miss Mary Helen Williams of Mr. J. M. Brownlee has retuin- I. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., and baby, .

Mgg frlemls' In Galnegvllle Friday. Hawthorne is the guest of Mr. and I ed after spending a few days in I II i are spending a while at KingsleyI I "Brother F. Whlttlesey.." ]
+ j Jtg Mrs. B. Jacobs and family. Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mrs. H. A. Punkn and children _.. THE ONLY VAmMILI.EIN ,
nr I I -- ---- --
Brownlee Jr. Lake and are the Peekplace : Till: 'MA IE:
')11'8. W. B. Mundy was visiting: I I Manufacturers of airplanes -S1M.K:- ,
Ct'ar' Wednesday. Mrs. James Hair of Lake City Is port a plane built lor r
III Gainesville Mrs. Annie Richard and Mrs STARS OF HOLLYWOOD"I 2
-- I.e.t "THE COMEDY
the guest of her parents. Mr. and I tic service which will carry ,
I Morgan Richard, of the State Miss Clara Flume has returned : \11 KING ,
friends Mrs. J. F. Hollingsworth. i passengers across the ocean
Jacksonville were __ ._ __ Farm were here Monday! visiting home after spending a week In I' nineteen hours FRANK RRO\,'\F:' : rod) l.\' H I K KAY IrA
I tere Sunday I d j Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Jacksonville with :Miss) Elizabeth : I STARS! OK Till AI.k-slLlilIt t II AI)") l'tUlc> :1t "r.1
.- -- Miss Katie Fugate spent the I -- .---- :Mills She was accompanied home i! Thl'-* -M o- U.HR"I"U! Mil 511t ANt.K!' : 01- t'OMMlV p
at and range temperature Is AM: EMHU->:MIM-: Co." Ulll.1!
and \1 re. P. E. Cano va week-end in Jacksonville with rel I I II Mi'hIC
: ,
Mr Mrs. !S K. Johns hits returned byl1l1s Mills\ who will upend several j I I,1l'jI..eA
j from absolute or minus 459:; \
in Jack. I zero
ptuc 9(>n P+4U1, spent Monday atives. from Augusta, Ga., where she vis- days here. I to about 12,000 degl..s.1) vor'i.i." nowi, AT i fP
PPnvaJli ited her daughter Mrs. C. N. -.- -- 'I "FLY AWAY BABY"mm :
which in the estimated!
"a'h Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Johns and L.M. Christy who has been quite III.I Miss Anita Courtmanoh conceit the temperatureof I I I >.to tr
sun. I GlriiiU FarrrtlItinnnIarl.rnn l ;:
Mrs Clennie! Hickok atundede : Gaines spent Tuesday In Jack ,violinist will broadcast over Sta-'\ !

{ regular nurses' conference In sonville. I DI' a-n;Mrs, C. C. Mendoza will tlon WRUF Friday July 0, at ;' I I I Saturday and !Sunday,July 3.. d,

len t Augusune! Monday. arrive the first of next week tospend 10:30: a. m. Her program will Include ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR

-- Miss Ernestine Andrews attended a few weeks at their cottage concert numbers from classical Mat. E' Night

r Mrs! T I Griffin, Tommy Bitch, I the Pi K. A. dance Saturday ;i on Klngsley Lake. composers. 35c P A.. C

11air jic Miss!I Gloria Johns .spent Thurs- night in Gainesville. I I --__ --- -- F.M'F.KTIKINO: : AT
ay in Jacksonville with relatives i iI I Miss F.dlth1111Et: and Freddie, Judge' and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins REASONABLE 1'KU'F.S: JACKSONVILLE; : r n i

:Millet of Trenton, this had their Mrs. ANYUHF.KKO. Iw
are guests as guests Saturday ft 1 Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., spent *
p M I I. Odgen of Pompano spent I last week In Gainesville visiting 'I week of their Hunt and uncle, :Mr. .;. C. Adkins, :Mrs George Dell J. PHILLIPS

at week-end here with :Mr. and relatives. ,I and :Mrs. Clarence Hickok. :Mrs. Brannon Ogletree all of LAWTEY x I .
''r. Gainesville and John Marshall of _. :
Mrs E J. Dowllng. -- --'- I -
: :Mrs. Jack Prather and little Port
Mr. and l1ts.V.. B. Mundy I
spent the | Anita, returned I __
Miss Helen Dowling daughter Tuesday
spent the week-end atVaU's cot- 'I I:
nl ,leek-t-nd In Brooker as the guests after spending a week In Jackson- | Mrs. R. F. Piather .returned to
tage at Kingsley Lake. I
Miss :Marie Dyal.Mr ._ I vllle with Mrs. A. B. Chapman. her home in Jennings La., Friday I

:Mrs. :Marlowe---- Smith-- of-- Milton is -- after a visit here with her mother, 4TH I P T 0 I _

and :Mrs. P. E. Canova and the house guest of Sir. and Mrs. T. i Mi. and :Mrs. Jeff Johns havereturned Mrs. Fay Gill. :Mrs. Prather was P4THJULY|

Senator and :Mrs. C E. Johns spent K. McClane Jr. home after spending six :' accompanied an fur as Lake City
isg months her Miss Clarice Gill and
i'mday at Jacksonville Beach in Gainesville with their I by sister ,
Furman Johns. Miss Elaine Edwards.
Miss Clara Russell of St. Augustine
Miss Lois Adkins will spend the spent the week-end here I ---- JULY GROCERY 1 ;
s leek-end l in Daytona Beach with with her father G. R. Russell. | Senator and Mis. C. E. Johns I M..s.V.. L. Joiner and granddaughter I
friends. I had as their guest Saturday Sen- Mary Ann Watson left FINE FOODS
-- --
I. I ator Johns' .>r.Irs.: A. :M. Thursday for their homes in At. !
-- --- :Misses Rosa and Addle Baisden, SALE SALEPicnic
Pettit, of Gainesville. lanta and Friday Saturday Monday
Griffin Ga.
:Nathamiel; Dyal of Palmetto was and :Mrs. Ted Ptilley all of Jacksonville | respectivelyafter ,
week-end' of Mr and Mrs. a month's visit with Mrs.
I II II II II II II II II II II II the guest were guests Sunday of Mr. 1
Mrs. T. A. Brinson of Hugh was Joiner's son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
II f'larence) Melton. and Mrs R. C. Buford. I Picnic SPECIALSWATERMELONS
II I the guest Tuesday of her son-in- : and Mrs. L D. Vlnlng.

.. Y
I law and Senator and
I Mrs L S. Hutto and children Friends of Dr. W. E. Middletonwill daughter --
in Jacksonville Mis. C. E. Johns. :Miss Elaine Edward:, Miss
I n shopping be glad to learn that he is
'Clarice Gill Mrs. R. F Prather,
lay improving after being confined to
I | John Gill of Richmond. Va., will and Joe and Elbcit: Edwards: spent
his home because of Illness. ,
I j arrive Sunday for, n visit with :Mr. Tuesday at Jacksonville, Beach.
-- ---
BALL ROOMDANCING i and :Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez at Miss 5c ii'
I Miss Guilda :Marie Thede and her Kingsley ; They weie accompanied by ea. f
| Luke. and
I house guest, Miss Elaine Britt of Ruth Gundy.'arren Stoke 't
'1 Jcn'dan Hinel,, '. all of Jacksonville.
of )
Orlando were guests Tuesday I Al'lhH: _
I 1 spent the middlepart
Enroll Miss Evelyn Stump. I
Today of this week in Tampa with of the Wont
I Regular meeting
SHEET: 311X: : nit DILL II tIEOtt1\llOLE
I ( UX--ES: 'f('E..UASO Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wells of Ta- I his father J. H. Hall. Me will return .' an's Christian Temperance Union

I I FHIU.ICIHSISGS latka were week-end guests of Mr. i today._ I will be held with Mrs. A. W. An- I PICKLES QI. 15c HAM Lbe 27c i iu
I and Mrs X. Sternberg at Kingsley I I ? -- -- | derson on Friday! as usual at 3:30:
I I Private Dance Lake. i :Miss Mary Carter of Columbia, i p. m. The meetings are both interesting !

I j LessonsLILLIAN'S S. C., is on an e"tended'Islt herewith I I and helpful and friends S.IT..tOlt:\ I.\IS SI'U'Jl:1t:

I Patsy Ruth Wulnwright leftWednesday !' her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and of the work are. welcomed. I LUNCHEON MEAT'/ IBc
OLIVES No. Jar 15c J ;
Mrs L. S. Hutto. 51h
DANCE for her hmoe In Tallahassee -- - r
after weeks Mrs. Howard Lawrence of JacktHonville
spending two
STUDIO here with her grandparents. Mr. i I Miss Carolyn Hutton of Columbia in the guest of Mr. andMrs. BOLOGNA Y2 Lb. lOc f
vr.VKKE\ FLORIDA S. will arrive "I S.\I.\1t DRESSING! 1e.I.I":
I C. to J.1.: Alvarez and11'9.: J. II.
and Mrs. X. Wainwright, Sr. fb
spend Independence Day with ht'rpaJ''nts Gill at Magnolia Lodge on Kingsley I 20cc.. '
Qt. : ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. I; Lake.ll's.: Lawrence Is the gl'eatI "'Wlelll.\ R b

I AS NEAR TO YOU I .-.----- --_. granddaughter of John C Cal. IDLb.
I AS YOUR TELEPHONE Mr. and :Mrs. George T. Knowlesand I noun. \It'tfI1 It's \sn. l'E.\S"r .
r I children of Ga. and .I.It
I Broxton i t 1
FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J :Mrs. J. F. Rogers arrived Tuesdayfor :Miss 1.111D"o Andrews and BUTTER Pt 15c t
I a visit with Mr. and, :Mrs. T. F. Miss Kathleen;: Spencer of Ocala lCtS'ilm! )

I i ALL ORDERS FILLED Landrum. were week-end guests of Mr. and
MUSTARD Qt. lOc HENS Lb. 24c '

I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent last Lake. They were accompanied 'U'S.\
week in Jacksonville and was accompanied buck to Ocala by Miss Mignon Sis- '
I MRS L. G. POWELL, Starke I home by :Mrs. C. :M. won. of Brooker who will visit them I FLAKES Can 12Y2c
Stith who will spend a few days; for a few here. FRYERS Lb.

'NAT SEZ : I I Miss Pauline Priest returned JELLY Jar lOc ,

Betty Brlggs of Jacksonville and Tuesday from a tour of central and J i ,
I Jean Edwards of Lawtey are southern Flol'lda.'hile she \I'I".t #
of the county away
,-hool In some Hill wtloni.tart next week. It's I guests of their uncle and aunt, 1 i visited l her uncle and aunt, Mr and 24-oz. 15c CREAM CHEESE 2 pkgs. 15cI Ii Iiu

,pretiv toiurh on you kids to hove Judfce, and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, at Mrs. J. \\'. Morgan in Turn pa and j
to0: to school In thin kind of Kmgsley Lake. :Miss Dorothy Turner in Foil ( f

\\ruther and you have my sympathy ------- '' Myers.Sirs..

wr" of you UH got but ju.to t the tot(to..old air gnu Inr silting got'at to the I.go.., Fourth"When Some Mrs.Epperson Diillie Epperson, and :Mraf Miss: Catharine F G. : L. S. Hutton and daughter | SUGAR 5 1 Ibs. 23c 1 ;

trader lint, it one jii't IIH touith to Schell, all of Lake Butler were Garr.eta, and granddaughter, Shu- I t
get that far for .twime. of air 11M it guests Tuesday of :Mrs. \\'. J. Ep- ron Hall have returned from a visIt .'' 7

\vn' for th..-. oho graduated from pea son. with relatives in Orangeburg and
High !School. I sure \\lsh I bad Columbia S. C. They were ac-

ifHd two or three. more renden before Mrs. W. J. Epperson had a? her 1 companled home by :Mary Cat ter,

I quit.Mi4iiry guests Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. | of Columbia who will visit here for llI' ."'

Epperson and family of Jackson ; sometime. TOMATOES Lb. 5c LETTUCE Each h IOcII.'S
ville and :Mr and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson

and daughter of Gainesville. :Miss+ :Mary Brownlee, who has

11 -..-.----. been attending school in Nashville, BKSTCANTALOUPES C'ANAIIA lUCY
TII'B T ,I DURABLE Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Edinfield and Tenn., and Miss Mary Lee Watson f'6

"'lu\1: l SAWYER-!: 2 BL.I'E IJEMMTROUSERS "I children. Mrs. Azaleen Klckliter. of Edwardsville, III. arrived Saturday Ea.IOc.GINGER ALE Qt. 15c J : j

and l Miss Ollne Eurltt, all of Stuart | for a visit with :Mr. and Mrs. .
SHIRTS I ii arrived Tuesday and will spend six ,, H. L. Biownlee. They leave to-

weeks at Kingsley Lake. i rr.orrow tot DeLand, where they ,
FOR BOYS w FOR BOYS98c I ____ will visit Col. and :Mrs. J. E.

Mrs. L. S. Hutton and children, | Futch. I }
89c J. I 20c
; I j I Garnita and Tillman.\ Mrs A. H. _. LEMONS Doz.

,1-, -, --- -<<, -, Hall and children returned Friday I DOUBLE RUN
after two weeks In
j spending
MrA, Tyler l (.'01',
Orangeburg and Columbia S. C.

BO"SELL MADE:: -- ; :Mr and Mrs. D. A Judd are f
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, :Mrs H. B. i: spending the summer in Tennessee.Mr. \\11nu..f:" "'EE: OI'R "I"'USS'S

59c OVERALLS 79cSIZES McLendon, and their guests, :Mrs. and :Mrs W. R. Conner of

< Leo VVitkovskl and son Albert, this section were visiting :Mr and CHEESE Lb. 22c I I

2 TO 1ft and Mrs. Paul Witkovski spent. I Mrs. P. D. Reddish of Heilbronn CAKES 25c and SOc ..
Tuesday in St. Augustine.Mrs. Springs Saturday night. i
. I .
.. ....... .,. :Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and
'r" "' ". "., rytuuuanryauanlalryu'tpPRINTED' "" "', ;'i''!' J.L: Brownlee spent several
NIF.S: Itou.
children of this section were In
r I days In Gainesville this weekas KIC.f"TMIIK'CI.r.! \\HII.
.J( )13it PETER'DRESSES j-'taike Saturday.
the guest of her son and daugh BUTTER Lb. 30c .
SHOES ; terinIawJr.: an.jlt11.: John :Mil' :Miss: \ Celia Swilley of Sexton was S.1l. "

J ton Brownlee. visiting Miss Willie Mae Kersey DRESSING B-oz. I7cKRAFTS
AGE 7 TO59c 14 FOR| CHILDREN i Sunday. +IFaur.1, 1It.1.1 or UBU\

Misses Ruth and Dorothy Deaver Dr. M. B. Herlong was a business .

; $$1.39 I and Brunswick Miss ,Vivian Ga. are Krauss guests, all of Mr.of day. visitor in this section Satur BREAD 3 for 25c MAYONNAISE B-oz. 19c I 4 ,

. """ .. iiimiiti.fiNEW and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at I sley Lake. : ing his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. O. 1..1 IUoT; "HlTt: RIBBON .llIIn"s FANCY:

SHIPMENT: OF Mr and Mrs. Joe Hoover aDd I': Brown.Quite a number of people from I LARD 2 Lbs. 25c MILK 4 taU cans 25c

:Mrs Roy Bence attended the'
this section attended church at
25cIT Chace family reunion in Gainesville I \\ fUn: ..mt.oI.T: : !
PRINTS Saxton Saturday and
19c FAST COLOR Sunday
Friday night at the home of Mr. I night CIGARETTES, 2 pkgs. 25c
and :Mrs. James Chace. BACON Lb. 18c
i Raymond Bryant of this section Prince ALBERT, Can lOc !

Norwood Guilford left 'WedDel- was a business visitor in Jacksonville

BUT AT day for Qultman, Ga.. to visit his Monday I f,:
PAYS TO grandmother :Mrs. T. A. Sweat. Little Leaton Hall of Ocala Is visiting fi] if'Z41bs. 75c BANANAS 5 Lbs. I5cI

STERNB ERG'S Before returning home Norwoodwill his grandparents. Mr. and

attend a boy camp in Quit- Mr. L. V Morgan of this sec

man for six\; weeks. tion.


I : MX ____ ____ 'BRADFORD_ _COUNTY_ TELEGRVPH_ ,_8T.4RKJE_ _, FLORID_____________________ _FRIDAY_ ,_H'Ll....: c:2.: -1981I1i't !....

ky "' j'J' I Continued from Pau Three T.t.a.... I I III..,. '.. It A Owner. &Teze.Deeee4ROow Cede* HAMPTOPtMl.
, a
TaaesDra' n..rl.tl. See. T A 4 Owner .. Ala !N1..e! t-a-rw
.rlell., ".... T R A Ol..er. A <:.... Corn at a pt 108 ft S of ,,,,
7 of IlIk 28.
Lnl. e, 5. I. of

SSy\i, ot NI'4' ot NI'':'" __.17 1 n ::10 Harry; O. Slrotlf.ldt __ 383 "I.hlagatot4'0'" Addition. In Truby Mtarka' &. 2M 122\ n. I. Thomas ___ .. 6.88 NWi..NW Cor. run f.f S665ft NW4 K:. At 9 o'clock July 0:i, tr.e doors M
\ 9 A W aide of NWS4of N 66& ft W ft the Hampton Junior
I on 8WL. .zNlAfor Iota 6. 4, 7, 8. 8. 16 of fjlk r t62o6beg : _. ___33 6 It I airs., Annie E. Pettlt_ 3.78 High School, !

"I church _. ._ __. __. 17 6:11: 8 I-m Oood..lne ______ -- s.n t'o'31", Livingston Addition" .In'rruby'arke.282. \/ Frank Morgan __ 6.aO Li.t 2 of Rlk 2, J.. M. Johns will open for what Is tope to be
Ny, ot SF.t4' & SE. ot oo. Sub Div of NKl. of the best school
SE" ___. _____________.18 6 ::12 no Edith PhelPS _____n_ 39.01NWt4ofSWt.piIAIn Lots 2. 3 "f Illk G. 1.1\'lng- 1' .83 6 22 1 Mr. Kannle Stewart __ 3.47 year that we hj\
aten.. Trllhy & Ce'N Sub 'ata of NE"Corof experienced in some time: A recor'i

f NE Cor for ,church 11 6 22 39 1':11".b"lh' D..iu. n____ 7.:11: Inv of NF4 or NF4._ .28 tl 22 J W. Robinson __ 317Lett Dog NEt.CtV of NKi4 A run S enrollment will have much t
I 2 of IJlk 12. Living- .
< J ot RW' 1j.ot I 80S ft N 1093ft < con
nt I4I' ex ,
8ELo 1002
foI'1I 1V of atoll Truby & ('"'e Rub h,9", 34 4 22 10 C. N. Holder Eat ._.___ 7.81 tribute to the success of the
NE Cur K : ft to
1: 3 I.n __ ___ 22.31 lily of NE14 of NN1.__ 28 6 12 J W. nobln..on. _.__ __ 2.41 term,
::10 J. W. .
!' road _. __ __ :ll 8:12: 00 .NW' 4SW A SH Of since many pupils WIll
I ", ____ ___ 7.U Lot 2 ot IlIk 13. Llvingatop 1ooffMNEFy:f .1 __ .__..85NH 8 22 :Marlon UlUnonL. n______ 603 uutomau
NFa4 ot RI':'"; ot 8W" __ ::11 6 U 10 M. thoden .0000 TI'uby II t'oa Sub: of.4 NE'i ..34NWl. 6 22 :no.U: A. Dun ally -____._ __ ..91 Ically give us more patrons
l NE'.. of N\t. rx part.h.r'orore r1/v/ ...t10:1.4 ut NNt4 _.28 122\ 8 K. Kelley ___ __. 8.14 of 8W'4 and
________ 12.09 of NW14 *x W 10 A backers.
W. F. Mott
d..ded __21 8 U 35 u '
23 Llvingaton _
___. 17.64
B. Maloney
W' : of NJot: NW'438WH 8 22 60 Mary
i / 4 992 Aera In SE1. ot NW" 1\'r.yHJ\ : L'o'p Sub Divof ; & WH Geiger .._______.. 3,18 The opening
____ sSWli 7 S2 20 IA. day
!: ,
,' nee. 1>Bnok..d Recorded In :-":'. ot NF4, _. _.2$ 8 22 Unknown ________. __ 241 of Of N13 NWlJ. of swi_________ 4 7 22 40 J. F. Herring .____-__ 628 consist of 4xtrc > !* wil,
L 10 Invocation
al songs;
27" __ .____ page.. 21 ::12 10 O. S. Bradley; _________ 8.18 Lots 3, 4 ot IlIk 28. I.lvlnl tl A In SB Cor of NE'. of Rev. J. T. by the

1 W'.x1AInNICor&F.4 Sy> ot I Blk 1 R of R 2:I W 4 "Div atop or Truby Nt'4"; of 8 !ro'On:1. Sub_ _28 8 U A F. Paul _____..___ ___ 3.41 NWL.W by being 600, f1 N 4ft'A S _"13A ?. 6 7:12: 0 John Green _ 3,47 teachers and Guy; introduction or

{ of FIk I S R W Lat.,' 1. 4 or II" nt 1111.: 31. S 4H A of that portion of announcements by the

Temple. Nub f/ v3 __n21 4 22 9 D. L. Lloyd __.__._____ lU3NW1. .Ivlnlr'on, Truhy & EH of aw of NE Principal, M. W. Morrow an Iii-|
rn's Sub Div ot NFL ofNE'4 lying W of St Rd 13 7 7 :22! S R. O. Moore _--____ 7.14 dress
ftt ufHlk4ROfR2SJJ __u .. _28 1 22 Unknown ___00. _____ 11.98 Lot 14 or NWi,. of KKVi- by County Supervising Prm.
} W & RW1. ot IHk 3 fiJ of
i 2 W &G6 ft wideE Late 2, 3 "r N'n of Elk IG.l.h.ln".lon. of NEtt ____ __ _____ 7 7 22 10 Oscar ORterman n_ 538 clpal, Leon A. Gray After these
ill W by' 330ftN&iionj Truby tr' 2 A In NE: Cor of NE -, of exercises the
1' N .. Sub Div "t NE' ot Sby pupils will go U. their

-t ''' ;;1t S/0: Of aide n ur 3 SE'4 W.: also ot IIlk that 8 NEt. d_____ .28 6 U Alfred Barnes _._ _____ 7.39 SW1470ydsNf.140: yd* E' & W _. -. 8 7 22 2 C. M. Rilch __ ___ .__._ 4 10 respective rooma for a abort period

I'orllon "t SWL4 vt RW4.of S'...;. nf Dlk 37. I.lvlnlf.'on. SK14 of NE",. ___ __ 9 1 22 40 J. K Sullivan _n_ __ 6.54N'7 All activities will be !.
!NE': contained In Truby & ('Os Sub Div of SWl of Nr.'. ... v 7 22 20 J. W. Edward 8.91NY4 over by 11
i last two d..erlpllon". ot of N It _._ 28 6 22 A. 0.111k Jenkins ____n._____ 618 of NWl. of SWV. 10 7 22 10 K.; M.: Garrett _____=== 1.34 o'clock so that pupils and
i NI\\ all t 22 Clem A. Orlffls .______.. 2.24 ,
aillo rom at a 1'1 176 tt N'y; 37. & 3 NW of SWl. of JfWl411 20 ahead
:; 7 22 tJrlffl ______ __ 1.62 may go with their piHns ,
N ot SE: ror ot land IIvingelon, Truby .MWS4 of SWV. of NW ._ .USH 10 Z. X. -- rr
o"'n d by J.nnte Ilagat rti'A Sub IJlv ot NEJt ofNEt4 of NW'. of SWVi __ .11 7 22 20 Judge Knlf.cnMr _______ 11.111m.Vt celebrating Independent DUJ
man & run N 486 ft W _.. __ __28 tl 22 A. O. Jenkins ____ ...__ ..44 NH of 7 22 20 n. 8.17 All
; tel
IIl'f. of
1itiH : : patrons the school well't
;4 S l 62& r", R IR6 fl. I: 625 7....( I & Sly.. of Lot 3 ot Ilk EH of : 7 22 20 J. O --==== 8:17SMi a* all\\
ft to beg all I In 'rrmple. 3. Davis IJ Truby' Ad- E' of SW14 of NW L w persons interested In educating
r Sub Div _ 21 4 22 13 Ben Dell ___u_________ 1220 dlllnn 10 Starke .. __ _28 8 21 Quigley Davie _._ 11.88 25 A of SEi4 of tvt. A Invited re
Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 6. 6, 7. 8 & t-:'" of NW' of .SWVi. & cordially to nUt n(. (thIs
'' 1tk3SofRIW&E'yofI I Frail I.hl onV aide ofHlk W 25 .'\ of A'EV. of opening exercise.
Hlk 3 M or H 2 W In D .x II 8 ft ot Lots SW'. .. _.__ ____ 18 7 22 116I.. tl !>>al ____ _.___ ___ 8.90
::7i1 tA MW'4 of ;N14.} 'f..mpI of of 7 22 H. .. _____ 3.60S300ftofNWLfsE' Due to the untiring F a,forte
7, 8. Jones Addition to SWtJ !HWH 19 20 H. Wiggins .four
1 iii Den Dell ______________ 8.18
Rub Dlv 21 e u _. ____ __ 72.53 ,
'4 .Starke _.____. __. ______28 8 22 n. s. WAf'dln u ; I. County School Superintendent
' 1.<" 6 of Rlk 1. J'lnehurst .11 T.aU W of Ry _ 19 7 22 5 KoremuRt Dairy ProductsCo.
g f. a Dev.Inpmrnt, __ .___21 e u C, L"l8ch _____________ 2.17i' Ntv.. 8 uf, 7.1.0'8 ot 3 1Ilk& 1. HlehI .._____nu____- 4.14 :Mr.: A. J. Criffls, our County Boari!
; Lnta 7. N nr Hik! 2, Pinehurllt Addition 10 Starke 28 e 21 Mary O. 'Walnwrlgbtu_ .14 Com al "SE Cor of Sec, 19 & of Public
way Instruction
P.v.lopm.at .21 8 22 J\fr.. Maud Waln""reht! 784yx' and; on I kcal
+ k s Lots 2. 3. .. 5. 6, 7. 8. II ofItlk run ;N 2'" >'dAV 70 yds.
'i Jx.t 3 or Blk 2, I'Jn..hur..tD".lo"n.nt 5 72 i': ? trustees we have .
Additinu 'a J'da, 01 yd* to fee-met
2. lIghwllY t"
t IS" _n 21 6 2:1: (1p.o. F. Young_____._ 116l I to M'ark.' __ ____ ::18 6 22 Mary 0 'Valn..rlght.__ 1523to beg ..- 19 7 22 1 li V. Ac J. H Saxon -. 16.19 the pupils of our :
All l W'.4 of RIk 8 R nf R 2 corcnjujiity
of 1 A SW
; 10 tt IIn of Lot 4&S W'a
h. W and all EZ ot Blk 6 39 fI 7 In ot Lot 5 ot Blk v>r r"I' :', iot8trh! of needed Improve me at". Breeze

,; ( S Ikt 6Rfi' R NWL) of 1 9. Temples Addition, toStarke SUM _....19 7 22 t1. K Prince __'" ... tI.411 windows have been Installed
( of 3 VY InI __ water
__ 28 8 22 Quigley. Davis on 3,44Lott Com at SW Cur of SE'. of5K&runN100ftE
T.mpl.a Sub Div ez Il! 5
1 St': J\ Nu/d/ 1 3Rs Mfurrh.e 21 6 22 5 Unknown ___ _h_______ 904i 4, 5. ot Elk 14. Tern- system; renovated water fountains
of Addition 10 slark.U 6 ::12 C. A. Futch _.__ ____ .30 210 ft. S 100 ft, W 210 on the grounds weeds
6'v ;NESi of1.1.; of plea ,
{ ft to beg/ ...19 7 :22 J. H. :Suxon: __ _____._ 2374 mowed and
i -4 RE'4 __ 22 6 22 II Unknown _.____n___ 8.59 Lots 1. ::1 of IIlk 14. T..m- 00 little
Com added
t 9 N/o:", "f PEI4 or "1':1.: 22 6 22 10 Federal Land Bank.___ 1t.83 pie. Addition to l-Ilarke28 6 U III. Rhod..n ______oon 22.01 at W SE titiO Cor of N Sec 446 19 ft.to A many things to the
run ft.
r'd NWt4 of NW'/ \ilft-SE L. 'i : 22 g Harry Stern. --:::::::: 1U:: Lots I. 2 nt Blk 16. Tem a pt of beg, thence E school plant. We have the prom.
7 of = 22 T. S. William. pies. Addlllnn to S'ark.28 8 U J. T. Quigley __un____ 7." 105 ft, N 106 ft. W 106 ft, ise of new auditorium neata\
{ 0 E 6 A of Nly ot SES, ot Lot 9, BIk ______ ..70 a*
D w. Swindell
{i FlW'. _.__ __ __. __ ___ _0023 6 22 8In.:! Bertie T..rr.ll __ 7.84 1.01'9,8T&;, p'r.t. Addition toStarke S 105 ft to hg .. ? 19 7 22 00- soon as they can be located black.

1' ,A ,, i1 All W'1o of> NEL4; ot SE'4 _ __ .__28 6 U D. C. Kinlaw _____ _____ 67.7& 1 A Hy In NK14. or..SW_ S_of-.18 7 22 1 Thomas. ana. ._______. 2C8 boards will be repaired and
ft' +; N ot road __ ___ ._ ____ U 6 22 11 J. O. Boyd ____n______ 18.93 ._______ 3,60Lot win
N25A&F.600Itor'th.s' Lola 1. 2. 13. 14 ot Elk 20. Blk 1 In Hampton ..__.19 7 22 J. H. McUruder dow shades added and
+ Temples Addition to 16 of Blk 14 & WSi of repaired

) N 15Aof8WofSW'4i ot 81arke ______ ._ _.. .. 28 6 U J. H. Bitch _00-_-__ ___ 22.79 Elk 2 -._19 7 22 J H Saxon _n_____ 17.73 Another feature to insure; a successful .
28 Federal _
public road ._ 23 6 22 Land Dank __ 29..0
r H, _. ____ 166
i/ Lots 3, 4. n. 6. 7, 10, 11. 18of All ilk 3 In Hampton 19 7 22 J. Saxon 00 --
All W% ot RW% of NEL41 Blk 20. Tentplee Ad- Lot 6, (6, 7. 8, 9 Of Blk 14 school sea\ '!!<>nill be

1, i, & '10 nt SE44 of NW1. dltlon to 81ark. __ .___28 6 U J. H. Rlteh __oou____ 8.14 6 Lot,10,11,13of11k through the efforts of our County
fiI of fUbll" road------::14 8 22 22 C. B. Strickland ___ '.87 Lou 8. 9 ot Hlk 201. T..m- 18 In Hampton 19 7 22 A. A. McDonald_______ 20.35
NFt. __. __ __ .241 I II 40 A. Bronke _____.'=___ 13.92 pies. Addition to ark.28' 8 22 J. H. Bitch ___________ .30 N'" of NEki. A SWLyofNEv Supervising Principal, Leon .,.
SWt4 Wu o'rt 6E t4 of26 6 U .0 Mra Etta Brlneon11.79 Blk 21 ex 'rRcl Lot 9 & lea. 3 A right of Gray. Mr. Gray will assist the
j; Ely oSE-4--! N 301 fl of Lot 10. T..m' way & Sty Vi of
IW'. _. _._ _. _. 27 q 21 10 Mr" A. F. King_-___ .30 pies Addition 10 I'ltark.28 6 22 M. Rhoden __.__.______ 60.68 NW1. lees 2 ANFf SE teachers In working out units and

J RE1.. "t NW\: __ n._ 21 1 U .0 R. B Alvarez --------. 1108 Lots J, 2. 3 cot Rlk 22. Tem. Cor ._ .. __ 20 7 22 135 Inn Ivey Pollard -.-__ 66.&? projects!' and will be on l the alert
G, On. AInSW'orofE2of Dies Addition 10 "arke8" :! 6 12 J W. Edwards--______ 3.59 E'-i of SWi, of NWtj ANMi
SE nt 8E,4 __ ___27 1:11: 1 r N. Holder ___.______ 143 Lots I, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8, 9. of NWi4 of SWV.__ 20 7 22 40 H. C. Oreen h_ _h.___ 9.89 for new ideas and equipment for
i0 S E Rw"L. or RW1. of NW'. :.__ 21 I U 20 Warren Q Perkins ____ 8.73 10, II, Beau .Jour Addition REt of NW. -- __ _-_ 20 7 22 40 Calvin Hartllne _______ 4.54 the teacher which will be felt in
s\vot :1. ot ;IIW'4 of to Starke; ____u.28 8 12 Quigley' &" Davis ______ 16.23 Lot 9 W of highway Rub!
.__ ._.. ______.37 I II 5 A. F. P. Kent ________ .30 Com 110 ft 8 ot SE enr ot Dlv of SW14' of SWU..20 7 22 H. V. A J. H. Saxon ____ 8.47 Increased pupil activity and Inter.

1 W NW'4 18 lr;! :t\, of NW14' .27 6:1: 10 Ktti WIlliam. ____._____ 4.00U. Penn Ave & State" Highway Wi, of NWU; of "SWH _!__ 21 7 22: 20 'r. J Alderman ---_ -_- 4.31
A 27 6 23 13 Delia Keller 7.64 NWi est.The
i NW''or'ot ---------- II run E about 100ft of AytE'i of
.<< at NE1. of 1'1 220 ft. W 100 tt 10 SWl."| .__ _24 7 22 120 w. Thornton __ .__- _1499 !' teachers for the: Hampton
1 8El. & run H 113 ft.Ih..n" of NB'Li ofSWtof ,
'hen" KH
alone school
f highway EH -- are as follows" :
E 525 fl, thence Highway 10 beg In Nni.; --7 22 100 A. Sullivan 9.88
h -
ids ; N 92 tt, thence We'erlyr RI.rke __ __ .28 6 22 Quigley Davis ____._ 1288 NWl of NW'4 28 7 22 40 T. J. Alderman' -- -- 11.17 Primary-to be .ejected
N line ot said 40. 625 En. of SWiJ of NWU" ::: 28 7 22 20 W. II. Joneu 4:10
fl to beg. also beg al Lots 11. U 13. 14 Frael 1lot I NWl. of I SW Cor of REL In rook..y" Add toStarke
of NEt'r
'I I NEi4 of NEV, ex I 14 A S ofpublic Mrs. Floy Sullivan
k run N 3214 l ft. thence F. hounded N by road .. ._-.29 7 22 26 T. J Alderman ____ ___ 6.38

i R 625 llnx ft. or'hon"avid R 411 828, thence tt to Call& 1'1' by Rt.V Madison by nay St _._FI.!__,28 6 U a. c. LlvlnClllon _____00 107.98 NWii, of SWi4 _.. .._ .___29 7 22 40 U. WI| Saxon _.____n__ 806 Sth and 6th Grace Sponsor

W on line 525 It to 0". Lot coin at 'Ow' ror of SW'i of NEH A IB A on Miss Willie Mae Hamilton

{ d beg .- ...__ -_ _. ____21 6:11: II n. Gray ____________ a 72 rail &: Ray Rte &: run &W 5ANofRy side' nf SE", of In NE'NW Ttb and 8th Grade Sponsor and
on Call St 330 tt 'n
One lot In SW Cor of Wus 'or of NEH" of 8E\4 A
Ft! thence Son Assistant
Broadway Principal Mr. R B.
of AEt. of 8E'. ot NE" In ;NE Cor of NW14 of
being 66 ft E & W by said .t 10& ft. then..en. SE' 00.28 7 22 60 T. J. Alderman ____ __ 25.10 Turner.9th .

S I 110 tl N & 14 ___. ___.: __28 6 22 A. J Wllkenon _______ 497rdl' .330 i.Jto Bay Bay t 1"6tt Be'ir'at SW'rofVf NE'j; of Grade Sponsor toad Tnnci-

'j Com 105 ft II ot NE Cor otI'f1. to beg In Rlark.28 6 II-A. E. Moltt HeIrs _____ 23.81 ;NE'. & run N 2201 yd*.
t ot NE1. 11 run W Com .t NW Cor ot San.d..rson thence fIn a Southerly pal-Mr. M. W. Morrow.

I4 420 ft. H 105 ft. F: 420 ft. Lane &: Hogan direction 266 yds to pub M. Z.

i P 11,5? r\OEb\ ew-ii iiU 8 21 1 I. J Keller ________-_n 1.18 Alloy & run N nn said lic road thence SE Sullivan and family who
On. & I.ane 53 n. w 60 ft. S along public road have been the guests of Mr, Sul
1 s 5 t tl N & 1'1' In NW rol' ot 53 tt to Hogan Alley 174 yd.*, thence. S 82 yd.*,
..I' Etf ot NW" ot SELF ot thence E 50 tt to bee In t hon"e10' 44A yd9 to beg livan's mother, for several. weeks

i Nh', 8 2J Dr. E. L. Biggs _____ 27.77 -14 .ALi533L1ofNE'. have returned to their home
i ir-'N28 1I08e. Battle ________ 4.97 Starke h. __ __ ...28 6 22 00 in
7 .:\, AI NW'4 of, sFfi' i One lot Com SO tt W otNW I..ORV 1414 A & NE'. of Miami.
; L ot Call R' & W of Canal Cot'' of Sand..raonI SKI, leas 3Hi A 111 NW
_t 't ', r" & E ot Church FI! e" the Lane & Hogan Alley & Cor 29 7 22 76 D. O Durham _.____ .__ 16.64 James Gnann of Gainesville UH

f/ toll l 0 wing described. I run N 117 tt, W 87ft, 13.gataPt940ftSofNW
i pi.re. of property front. I S 113 ttV 55 tt, S 62ty; ('or of SE"-4 of NWi A transacting buslJuoher this
g ,s ,ng on Church al: E. H. ft to Hogan Alley, run 8 1320 ft, K 800 ft, N week.
1 Rmllh' ho"e; "Ir. Ma'llda ; Thence E nn kaid Alley 1030 ft to Ry thence
i i a Lee hom.: The 160 ft to beg In Slarke28 6 :II Dr. E. L. Biggs _____u 20.21 NW along Ry to beg.29 7 22 1J.W.. & Effie Bedenbaugh 4 70 Olen Bedenbaugh, who has been f
it t Episcopal Church and :5; A In .NK Cor of NWi. otIIW1.
Com at NI' Cur ot
I Paraonag..; J. C. Hoover Alley & Bay FIt & Jloean run N ; __ _. ________...29 7:11: 1Knott A Pitt ________ 12.33 working in North Carolina, visited

p home& O. M. SIAlrunk' 1115 ft, F. 621J fI, S 105tl. Lot 14 of Blk 4 Sub Diy his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ''
/ 2J t NI, of NEli of NWlJ.29 7 28 1 Llssl Smith -_------ 3.84
Lnhemsof- al21 29 Qul..l.y & Davis ______ 7.83 W G2'y tt 10 beg In I.t Bedenbaugh.
1 7 BIk ,; ii Slarke _______ _______.28 6 21 n. A. Green h__._____- 14.41 1, 2. 3, 4, 6. 8 of Elk
1 Town of I"'arke u___. 24 8 21 Unknown ___________ 3.611 One lot nt land In Starke! RlsntonEalyAd: .idRlk 32 In Revival services at the Fir t
__ L. A. & Stella John. 4.91
Std N nt. IIlk 3. Orllllln' 262 tt N Li S hy 2111 ttir 30 7 11SI
Town ot Starke. __ ___28 4 21 Qllieley &: Davis ______ 7.13 h W Rounded N by St, Lot 1,2.3.4. G of Blk 12 Baptist Church are progressing
Lnu1. I. 6 & part nf Lot & ixne.28 e u .1 W. Harrell _________ 22.61Rlk in Hampton .. ______30 '7 Mrs. Elsie Sparkman __ '.61 nicely. Everybody is Invited.GRAHAM .
+ 7 ot Blk U. Original f2.bfn, : Add; toStarke Lots it, 20 In McCalls
i Town nf Starke 6 21 __ : 6 II Addition HO 7 :22 Ovid Haynes __-._____ 12.33 .
RW28 Quigley & Davis ___._. 11280 Floyd Green u________ lU8dltlon .h
y On.. 10' Go ft E ifr W In Blks 9, .14 n--Oasklns J d:19 S'" cf ilk 4 In IIampton.30 7 22 Frank C. Gould _.__u_ 64.00

i ror of Lot 7 ot NIk 14, 10 "Starka __ _-_-29 6:12: aLA. Davis "r -------- 21.31 Lots" 1, 2. of Blk 11 A lots
Orlllnal Town ofStarke A In NW Cor nf NEL4of A. 7ampt8on of Elk 12 in Mr. '
3L1 L. c. Saslfk, C. .....*.>.t
211 0) 21 Quigley' & Davlll __..__ 3679 SEL4 being 386 f Nt ___ ____.___30 7 22 Mrs. Ada Nimmo ______ 10.19L' "'
E:4ft1InofLoleti,8ot & S" by 393: fI E &: W.29 6 U 4 L. A. Davie Jr. --___--- f9 35 ,'* 5. 8. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jobs; of
) Flk 16, Original Town Cool at NW Cor otladl.; 13, 14, 15, 16 of Elk 10 In
/, t1 ot Starke __ 211 6 22 Cha. O. \Voodbrld. ._ 77.110 son & :Myrtle Ste & run It Hampton .___30 7 21 L. A. A Stella Johns __ 7.23 Gainesville! were visiting their parents
1.0'" /. 8 ofRik 18 "X Et1 W nn Iltdf'oll Rt 210 ft. 4# Lets c, 0 of Elk! -11 In Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. John
i It Original Town or N 334 ft, F. 210 tto Hampton ,______30 7 12 Jua B & Mary Ackl"y.18.19
...7 rkd'6 __28 8 II Chu. O. Woodbrldu 1&414 Myrtle At. thence S 'OW Lots 8, 4 of Blk 13 In and Mrs. C. Fogg last week.
_____ W. G. Seals ___________ 16.19
7- alone said' St' 10 b..tr2 Hampton ? ......30SV 7 22 Mr. and Mrs. and
Eof Orlgriai f. T0WnI. A, also I'y; A III SW.t : of HW'l of 8Wi ;--,. 30 7 22 20 let d :rm---..__-. 8.17Lot Roy Reynolds
Stare. .. 1 of WUof NWVJ.31 7 22 10 Hester 4.31: Mr. and Mrs. Prank
ot -------------U: 6 u Chaa 0 __ ; SF 'Jt SE'; of ----- Reynolds; were
126"a ;
IS W 2 U 2.3 Ct ot Lot. 'I o.L -. -.... .. __ ..,Wnodbrlclc. __......-..-._ NEE. ___________ __-20 6 II 4 L. A. DavIs Jr _.00 ____ 11..8 Lots of 4 6 E of% WVj of SWVi of NW1..31EH of 1 22 20 K. D. Fort ____________ 1 17 visiting the bedside of their mother

11 i .I1117!1 Original To"lr<< C. -- W. nt "I''f'' cot NE14&t :SE'7: 21 10 Unknown _______ 1." Mrs. Etta of TampaMr.
1artcr!! ___n______ ____211 6 21 Chu O. Woodbrld.. __ 71.60 SW'4 of \R'4 .a 3Sy Com at NW Cor of NEH Reynolds
t On.. Lot roo tl E & W by70ttN"'RlnMW'nrot in NE Cor & 31y A inNW of run 188 and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of
b '' .rFIk 'or&ex4AinSWCor
1 ere of el- yd.*, >- 18. Original Town & SEIi 1r" yds, W 261H yd* to beg
ot Slarke ____ _____0028 I II Mr" Clara 1.. Peek._ __ 8." an 1 lot tom t W & SEV.. of NEl. lens 5 A Sunday morning and evening,
Lute 5. 7. ot But 19, ( .__ '. +. "''v uf 55: Cor ot NW'4 &: I in NE Cor&3A In SW where Mr. filled the
nal Town ot Rlark"18 8 II L. A. Davie Jr. ___oo__ 41.2I run W 601 ft. S 390. tl, Cor ___ .______________..35WH 7 22 62 W. W. Packhara ____ 23.41 Quigley
Lnt4exN10ltotlV': &. to State! Road 28. thenceE of NW>4 of SW 4 -.3.- 7 Si 20 T. B Trlent ... 2.24 appointment of Rev, L. O.
1 S, S N 10., tl ot Lot 8 of on said road 60 the ft. SW... of N W'. -- .. 2 8 22 40 Unknown; .._::: -:: 6.38 Hemingway.L. .
thence 390 It to
Dlk 20, Original Town ______________19 6 :II If L A. Davis Jr _____ 69.03C Beg at a pt on W aide of
+ ot Starks -------------2$ 6 U O. C. Llvlng..ton. ______ 18..0 pt 01 booS n Ry right of way, on N C. Smith, Jr., returned Sat-

Dlk 21. Qrlslnal Town ot .--- bounded EE :. Downing. line of Sec! 2 A run S on urday from a five day camping
St..rl<. ------- .u-u-u 6 U Chas. 3. Woo brI4... __ 151.. right of way 95 yds. Was
t Lot 8 of Bik 25. original Add 10 Starke, 8 by 81. yd\\11. N 95 yds to said trip at Camp McQuarrle, near
Town of Starke __-2$ 6 II Mrs. Minnie E. Qul.ity. 11.8. W hy W.lltmor..land Bt..o;, 10 !Sec line, thence E on Ocala .
Lot... 4. 11. 8 ot Blk 27. Orlglnal &: N by Oaskins Add to aid line to b.tr-'I.a< A In
Town tit S''rk'28 6 II lIf.... Anna O. Murrh..e_ 1'.01 Starke ____ ________29 6 12 2 J. (3 Boyd n__________ 6 SOfiE" :NEi" of NWi._______.__ 2 8 22 1 U. P. Davis __________ 663 J. A. Graves left Friday for
+ "t Lotx 1 I. 3. 6 "t IIlk ,_ ., _. ... '_ of SWy __._____ ___29 6 22 38 I. W. Andreu _________ 8.73 WH of Daytona Beach where he wIll'
*,L3 YiE' .. WE 1:1or
J .
:f8. Orlelnal Town oft TP Beg al SW Cor ot NW'4 ... ... NEt:_ __ 3 8 22 60 Unknown ___ 11.41
t Starke. _.____ ____11 1 II Loca C. Sweat _______ 140I vt SEt'. & run N 430 ft. e .e : 8Wl. of NW".. _._..____ 4 8 22 40 w. P. Hardee.______ ..!. spend several days with relatives
I, t One lot 80 tt eq In NE Corot for a p' ot beg. thence NEt, of SEH .__ ____ 6 8 22 40 W. P. Harden ________ 6.88 :Mr.: and Mrs. R. L. Blrt and
'J < I1lk 28 a. eatended on E ::110 ft. N ahout 400ft .. EH WH of NEiJ of
t Ens.ye Map Original to hl..hway. W 210 ftto F.'if A W>. of EH ofNEVJ daughter Keith, were dinner

: Rlitit it 28 6 II L. A. Davl. Jr __. __' __ Be.OLOj L. !Sec line thence of NKVi _____-____ I I 11 15 Mr. Minnie L. Triplett6.5$ guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith
--J.. t of beg, also beg ISW10 SMlNEl. ** NWi. of
0 2b :. Addition toStarke :,tOs Cor of Mft PE'"' _____"._________10. 12 120 Unknown 10.11 Sunday.Mrs. .
_______.________22 8 II Mary B :Maloney! ____ _. 88&S II run W 153 N",. ot SE.ZS Maud returned
10 tt cof I.ot 6 II all Lot N 8111 tt to highway, 32 A (&NW4/of. 10 A)____11 I 11 4 D. O. Stewart A J. E.: Surrency
Lot 8 ot IJlk 3. .1. M1.Johna 150 ft tp See line Uarson 2.99 Tuesday from the bedside of her
Addition thence st"to beg ______:29 6 II 4 L.o4. Davie, Jr. ________ 17.83 N 25 A of W% of N% of Jack ill In

Stark --- --- -___- 028 6 II D C. Kinlaw ______._ 980 Corn 210 fl N nt 6E. ; ('or ofNEL NE1. ____________ If 8 22 25 Leonora Minnick 10 44A lIOn, who is seriously
Love 2. 4 ot Dlk 311. J. M. ot NW1. & run W St. of It'"' NE. W"of St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville.!
Jhhn" Addition toStarke 210 fl. N210ft. E210ft fake 8J.to Nl>i ofNWt -
----------------2$ 6 22 J. T. Qulel..y ____- -.00- 602Lota S 2101 fI to .."____ _. 8 U Leonard Griffle. u_____ 2.12 _____.__ _--------25 8 22 45 F. M. & Alletta O. Vernon and Gerald Dyal returned
1 2 < NW'4 of SES. ex Fleming 14.27 Sunday after several] weeks visit
W.t: otA --------------
M. Johns Addition toStarka tl -- ----__-30 8 U 14 Wlllle Lucas _______n_ 600 5,4 r.f SEV, of AWL of in Tampa

i ._ __ ___ ____.____21 8 II-D. C. Jon... _00._._____ 62.08 NWL4 of W-4ex 10ASof NW1 __ ,________26 8 22 5 Inaau Mitchell _______ 1.11 with friends and relatives
Lou 3. 4 & N ::10 tt ot Lot 5 eanal ____ __ 30 6 U 30 Mrs M. B. Hull ___._._ 12.09 .-
Johne Et, ot IIE1; ot NEex IA C. A. KNIGHT. Tax Collector, Bradford County, Florida.
Ati iVIk: n37tnJj.': k ._::21 I II J. T. Quigley; _n_____ n." N rt Ry _n__ -.- _____31 8 21 18 W. H. Noee.1 --________ 317 Miss Evelyn Birt of Waldo wM

3'ABofRT: In 8W Cor RF1'\ of :r'JFr: NEt, & visiting Miss Ellen JCl :DIIOII Sun
a N by Jobn. Add, W, & N'A A of NE1. ot day.

1 by }\y, S by See lino. also of Rey & WSy "fnN NVl7Cor Full Ua. of Caakoto A Undertakers BuppUes I bless Lizzie Drydtn was vieltlngher
tote 9. lOot IUk 47. J. of SE's x 3 A
Addition to & ex 4 A In KW AMBULANCE 8BBVIO daughter, Mrs. Harvey

Wiarhn. 28 I 32 J. O. Boyd ___?_______ 7.08 Cor ______.. .__ _______ 31 6 II 41 J. T. Jones ____________ 23.51 DAY AND NIGHT Sunday.
Lot 3 of RI--------------- Eeg al a poet. 27 .hn. Nor
} Truby &. Co'. Addition SR' Cnr of AELof' 53 PHONE 53 Miss! Lorraine Thomas of Brook-

10 Mtarka _______ ___ ____11 1 II O. C. Livingston ______ I." SW'4 & run ;N 3 .7.100' er Misses Myrtle and
O. H. was visiting! ;
Lote 4 6 of Elk rhne. w' It ,'hn". S BBNNBTT Mgr."A
eton: Truby &lC "IU: I; 10.100 t'hnal r 6 Chn.' HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Mildred Thomas: Friday.Mr. .

dltlon to Starke ________28 1 II J. W. Edward. ______n It 80i N 215 Chn., L Chns tobeg and Mrs. Horace Stricklandof
Leon 5, 8, 7 ot Bill I. Li'hR ex portion W of

: i .ton. Truby & Co' road _._ _u __________31 6 U 4 Va..co. Mitchell ________ 7.38 _______ _ .e..w+_,_ ......u. Nichols] were visiting! Mr. and
f' Addition to Starks __11 6 .3 0 C. Lhinelllon ______ 11.68 I.ota 5, 4 "t I1lk 11. Lln.
_____ U Jessie Johnson _____ Mrs. E. Strickland Tuesday.
LoIN 4, 11 c.r Dlk 11, LI" coin Cltv 32 8 2.17
I Co'. Lot 3 rot Elk 13, Lincoln -
:J'In rutl..r: :. __..28 6 n J. G. Boyd _m_____.._ 11.68 City __ __ _______-32 6 II: Dan Jenkins _____u___ 217 BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION GETS tet YEARS
) Lot 6 of Ilk 11. I.lvlned Lot It "t Rlk III, Lincoln
@ 9 Co'e Ad- Cur32 6 aJ Willie King n________ 1." TA.\IPA-A. B. Cnastain faced
d I'nurart.; -------2$ 8 n Unknown _______.____- 11.88 btyCityGt---, i t NW- ; prison
:SW1. of 1W'y & run K ... .. I ,. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSATLAS twenty years In the state
Lavin 1: .... gee line .n a pout, for a part in the robbery> cf the

to ________28 8 21 Hayes: & Sternb..re ____ 8.14 thence E to within dll tt jot March 1936.
j Lot 8 of I1lk 14. the center of Ry Columbia] bank here in
+' ( eton, Trully A CO' Ad.dlU..n thence N parallel with TIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES. OCR TIRES: AND Attorneys for the 39-year-oM farmer -

,t v. to "' ..rk.. 21 8 21 O. H. Bennett ____00-_ 11.64 1Iy 10 :s line ot said BATTERIES: ARE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEEDFOR appeal his
LolO J. :2! ot IIlk 16'Liv. -1W.. nfV'., thence said they would
Ingeton Trllhy & CO'" W to beg ---- -- 33 4 U 8 J. C. Jones ____..L______ 4.98Cnm ONE YEAR AND 18 MONTHS. conviction to the supreme court.
Addition to Rlark "_..__ 28 6 U J. C. Terrell Agent 2181Lnt. at NW ('or t'w', WASHING-POLISHING-WAXING OR USING A Specialty "If *
1. 3, 3, U. 13. 14 ot nf ;NW'., N run E' 55 tt.Io Chastain told the court
t Ilk 18. Livingston, Tru- 1n.7; fl. W 626 It, N frame I'm Innocent." Judge
by k Co'. Addition tog lOll fI to b.-I'" A ___33 6 22 Ruby A Hayes .. ...- f.18 up. SCD'"
Mtarka 28 1U\ W. F. Mott ______ 24.87 6 ; FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 John R. Hlmes In imposing
5F'n4Nbeingo4l7' ft 1II Liw
St S Lota 4.5 o---------------: tnc Chsvstain live years tar
tS aloe: Truby & &o's AA- by 64ny ft \ iii : gate
gluon to Starke ___ 28 41 U J. O Boyd __ __ __ __ _d. au l' A1.. S! Car of NWIiot !! ABOUT Our Price* JI'IA. JIO'IQa than Judge John L. Moore bad imposed
Lou N. 9.; 1or BIk 25. "'I':.,. being 31" ft EASY PAYMENT the defendant *
l.lvlniton.' Truby & Co'. ;N H ny' 467 I. ft on N LINES AGENT following -
S s4 Addn rat no Stark. 28 II 22 J"bnll: Seymour 3.18 .11-. &- 613 tI on !it side 10 FLAN ON TIRES first conviction because of imprOPer

r} Lola Llvlngeton J. 2. 13. If ru.rk''U of DIk 2., 8 A e JW-dCor o--; ---33 8 2:1: 17 C.'hu. O. WoodbfJdlrs 23.11 A BATTERIES Are RightASK lACY CONWAY remarks made by the county

Co s Addition: : I U J. R. Moore 21190 "t1W', .33 6 U 9 J. O. Boyd ...____.. .__._ 1.71 solicitor to the Jury.rA.GI .

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JULY 2. 1931 r
f'tID'V) ... .. BRADFORD COUNTY TEf.mnAPH. ATARITV:!. VTAffm ft .an.,. < taw..'>cry '
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llll'nCIl DIRECTOR r --.:. "- ::.-. -- ---- -- ------ _

flit". rMM 'IItROI: I I : Br. \\hltrielil.. 'or. THTIt...: iiOOD \\ IIKKKiC : : I i

K*.. (''.. Price Pt.)1'sunJ.IY <; .\SSKS; l>0 SOT GROW L
School. 10 o clock a. m., LIVE STATE II
NEWS :>lr.. :Miller, Honored
A i Thomas! : Supt GAISVILLIThe:; Florida j I FARMERS SECTION'
ofbe Vormnz Worship 11 a m Honoring, / : <'! guest :Mrs Fred home-owner who bus been vainly | +

n. V p f meets at 6:30: p m. New i of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ; / : Miller of 1'e'r.y. ;\11'8. P. l) Fun- stilving for "pvt'rltl'l'U..1I' to osLablish I

to Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. .1 cher was hostess at bridge pally'!' plots. of glass In the shade |I Conducted by Demonstration Auenl.-i

S S Teachers! Meeting:. Wednesk II 1 Friday afternoon Her home was j 01 under conditions which are. not I '

hlm is m.vlst I tastefully decorated with Shasta the most favorable for grass may:
1 I p. ---- -- -- I II
( -"'"(?k Prayer service Wed, I -I daisies zinnias and snapdradons. find several other plants far more I r6r ;

(' dB} d 00 p, m.yl1THOOIST. .J.\n-y.s 10 MEET: : Bill ONES HOT AWAV Misses Betty and< Patsy Miller satisfactory us ground. < cover according -
d.Id 11 TALLAHASSEEPresident AlI FORT MYERS Governor Fred< i daughters of the honoree assisted to Horticulturist John V. I -

; l'Hl'RCI1Itet. I Block announced the annual ml<.l-.lI P. Cone und l Sheriff Bob King of'' Mrs. Fancher In caring; for her Watkins of the University of FlorIda Hints To Housewives RURAL

d 1 1IIe \\ .\. Fisher Pastor |I summer conference of the Florida Lee County went fishing for tar- :I guests. The Introduction of a new College of Agriculture."A .

Sunday: : School10 a. m. Junior Chamber of Commerce will pon at Boca Grande "The taipon'' feature a "traveling: prize" added little imagination he says. COMMON SENSE ,
ItIle )Morning Worship--11 a. m. be held at Daytona Beach July 30- were thicker than Job hunters at zest to the playing. Throughout "can work wonders in transforming "_Id, Iron" Homo Demonstration d

EmmrW League-7:13: : p. m. 31. Tallahassee" the governor declared the games this prize was given to a barren bit of dust-dry soil Spee'lall.la, Tall&hiMMB By SPUDS JOHNSON d;

Ile IleVQ Evening Worshlp--8 p. m as he returned empty-handed< the holder of three ..twos," being Into a very presentable expanse of

Prayer meeting.: Wednesday asp t; BiRD LIFT: SriCVKY! from 1try\ at the mouth of the i kept by the final holder Mrs. San- deep greenness. After consideringand I !SE.: \SONttL- IIIMIKSI'.elow \\ Y.FoKLI"ftF.SS I.\U<;KLV .

mYJU SANFORD--At abandoned< old Culoosahatchee River. The chief I|i I ford Ritch. It was an attractive seeing! the possibilities! it KKSrONSIBLK KOK ..'.\ KM: '

are Invited< to all these serv Fort Jefferson on Dry Tortugas executive had< nine strikes played'\J I China novelty box. For having seems strange that these plants are : are given menus for two I'KlXillKSS. IN FI.OUIUV

ices.: _____ a group of Florida Audubon< Socie- two tarpon for fifteen minutes, but I[j I high score Mrs. Uilner receiver ex- not used more frequently. meals in which fruit is used very i f

1 prfibvterlitn Church ty members huve started a survey failed to land either of them. l I qulstte handkerchiefs und Mrs For a shady locution Japanese effectively during these warm. The steady progress that Florid

1r Rev aeora?* H. Lowry Pastor of bird life. By banding the birds i _, I j 1 Sanford Ritch also won low score snake's beard is one of the most effective I summer months. agriculture has made und la:: con t

Sunday Services: the society hopes to determine the APt'ltOtK (C'ONFEKKNC: I prize a pietty vase. Mrs. Fan- plants for ground-cover. I. tinulng to make would not have i k'

I mOO: a m Sabbath School. number of native and migratory TAMPA A Committee of the Cher gave Mrs. Miller a piece of This /grans-like member of the lily l'ull'l| Figs or Grapes been possible without the cooperation '

I 1)) 'oo u m. :Morning Worship spelces. Florida State Chamber of Commerce dainty lingerie!' and on this occasion family Mr. Watkins points out is .Half Pears Yellow 1'enches of the editors of the dally/ and ff ,

30 p tn Young Peoples Ves- I .- him approved a plan for a the playeis: gave Mis. Lander< characterized by long and narrow Lettuce or Shredded Greco weekly pi ess. AM the mouthpiece
9t ner' Service. BAP'IISTS 10 In'IIU I conference of Pan-American repieHentntlvei a lovely pottery vase as a birthdaygift. I sttap. -shaped leaves of the daikestgieen Cabbage of agricultural research!' and development f1t

:I'rIn'mette: by Pastor. UMATILLA Work will begin In Florida< this :>earDate At the conclusion of the and it will thrive In the Fruit Fienrli Pressing of Improved methods of t
for. games a delicious salad. course! was worst Cottage Chcexe, garnished with the weekly In
t Midweek, Service: Immediately on the election of anew the conference was not posible conditions< of droughtand I farming/ press pir
7 30 p m Mission Study. Baptist pastorinm it has been ( fixed but representatives from. the served sod Ills very hardy and does, straw. 'berriesWholovslieiit tlcular( has established Itself u.t a

I Service. | Went Indies Central, and< South best In the shade Nut UieiulOmpi'fiuit good and faithful servant to its
x 3D( i p tu Prayer: announced. The present wooden
building IH to be replaced with a 'American countries and Mexico Mr. and< Mis Joe Lundcr and 1 Liriope. a close!' relative of IIII'I I U|>--Blilo- wn Cake constituents and to the state a.i u

Xuw\i>i"iJ Iliiptiut ChurtliKvv. modern buck veneer cottage) The :, will be invited to attend the meetIng sun, Joe Allen, have retuined after Japanese' snake's beard/ may al.ii H.I w holt ,

1- 'i. llfi tDhII Way, Pastor building will be erected un the site '! for the promotion of closet rev I two weeks' fishing and camping at be used.I In shady Infertile. locutions I Filed Chicken Some unknowing individuals.. un 7 4

ServixM 4 every SunJ.a)'. BibleS occupied by the present puatoilum. littionshlp and commerce Naples Mr. Lander's brother andiHphuw It Is larger than the latter I i Home cunm'dlute! meat of flmlUarIth conditions und respective
to 13; a m. Services! 3:30: I I chicken dippe' l In butter and and l rural nreiH,
,\\i shock i m aflernooa.RE'I'HIL ----.-._ I :\1.\11' :SHOOT S'lliM 1)sJACKSONVILLE the outing with them. deroiiitlve value. I French tried ll) have' cited the growth of diiijr I

I II.\ TI"T CliritCH (iOOIl; ns.\SC I.U.! ('0\111: nux : City officials I Among Pam visitors to Jacksonville On the heavy soils of western Sciillopril pmeiipple' un,1I..uya/ newspapers reasons. for the erloneoiis
have warned it become dusty I ollsBIII'kbrfl'Y statement that the!' weeklypress ',
Kev I I-, 1, Oonnlny, Pastor/ OHLANDO-. E. Ciummer. may nec-I! during the week wereRobett Florida, the horticulturist explains, .
to shoot all CohblorIf Is "on I hl'I/ out. Theyhave
Service* very first Sunday president of R. K.: Crammer. and, essaiy: stray dogs on Chapman. Mrs L. F. Chapman English: ivy may be employed withglt'ltt I taken into consideiationthnt r ,
, sight unless I the spread of rabies 1 are. Interested, In promoting not
Mrs. J. G. you
Godwin Mr. and effectiveness .
s-cliool 2:30 !
Sunday' : p. m Company allying here for a visit as ground coverunder '
Is cured. "The mad dog situationIs Mrs Joe good fruit men Is via cunervltlion the weekly newspupi-r./ with !1 ,
Wallace Mis Annie ,
Study M. trees
Bible and Prayer ServicesetNIV said 1 its somewhat InCot mal style. 'Is essential
not improving, Dr Wilbur li.Rogers of avallal surplus and< have
Saturday night. are in the best financial I Icunhtion Richarde, Mrs. H. M. Richarde, plant is easy the main lequlrements -
city health officer said. not a of Save the Surplus to the upbuilding and con I
Mrs P. D. Funcher. and Mrs. B. I being partial I shade, heavy copy
st. M.i.-UN Epl..l'oVI.LI Church of uny state In the coun- "There Is only one sure cuie- -Isolation C. Prince. soil and a winter cool enough loglvt' canning directions written for youin tinned I existence of its communityI

Moinm prayer and Sermon ont I try. Debt service t.ites have been 'I ," he said as he asked! < ownersto the : Florida, $t'1' your County Hom"lJl'monstl'nUolI and section The weekly newspa,
Mr. and Mis. Albeit Jordan and plant u definite rest period. / y
e aNCOn" t and fourth Sundays at decreasing during the past fiveS keep their pets confined to their Agent or write theStute '' per editor is living and winking

1)) A m. Hjly I Communion Saint! 'eal", he said.FARM. I own :yards. I sons attended the Augusta-Jack Home Demonstration. Department consistently and earnestly to IInpr.'e }
'I __ _, sonville ball game In Jacksonville Confederate, jasmine, generallyconsideiod t
and, choir ----- -- I the lives of hi.'l'"d..I'S bylecoiding '
nays lit 1'') a. m. Litany I --- Tallahassee, Florida. I
'IICtll'e"H Friday night at 7:30p : I :SIMI-LK: II.U.s..tt..OX0110 Saturday < a vigorous woody vine, I And l here Is a recipe for mangos: achievements, giv p
I During the w'kt'ndIr.! and Is often ovellook..d as a satlsfactoiy ing them advice. nml showing the '3
m : I'tc
SHORTS I II : s HO\\ TO ('HEC'KOENI'R'TIIa. : !Mis. Vance Geiger and their. son ground-cover.< When allowedto Mango I( to better coiulllliina,
I Sup purled. 1 h.ilf-iipe way
cups .
: mango !
: KKOSION: : t
ChrUtlaii Church 11 11I I Bradley and,' their cousin. Miss creep. over the giound, it creates ,'
sliced I I
4civ t" at the Christian Church I [ tlllrf, 1'unti llriiiMl a.m lour I, Annie Carroll went to Jacksonville a very charming and substantial\ thinly 1\ Agi: (cultural "scientists' by solvIng
I j 1 cup sugar/ \ fatm pioblems. and working it i
v v iinJay morning. and eveningiiv I 'rlah b.rina Camille.. GKACKVILLK What It ero. i j jsion" i Iand to the!' Bench. Miss: C.uiotl. coveting for the e.ulli. In siltingwell :. / ( I
mil advanced methods of
o'clock In \\a tenspon ground\ clnn.inion [produt> j
i aaJ seven reapec- the common agiicultuiulsen.se who leas been visiting Mr and ciued for specimens ale I !
it is the destructive .removal 'I Mrs. Geiger for. a week letuined mothered, In the fiuglant white 1-1' teaspoon. gtuiinil nutmeg: lion, me vital' t<> iiual advanceI -

;NI:11'TALLAHASSEE.; ; AI.F.VT: of the soil' by ram water running to her home in Mauilenny sunday I 1,1.,5101111., 1 tablespoon lemon 1< Juice I I -nt, but" widespread[>, application

li"II"'et I>iKe ILiitist/ Church | : Mias E U i 11\ unchecked down sloping land 1. C. I1Wright Ii| < night I, Nullung 1>11'. Walkins says, Is :'J! labli'spooiiH water rQ| these solutions! and method, d q
Bchannan Pastor Louise .state coordinator of I I 'easier to I 2 to 3 t'tbk-Hpocins Mom would be Impos.-iible without the co-
an Taylor is now home demon. the :Mr and. 1>1// ... J H/ 1 Reynolds( ) and grow I than the weeping\ Thuweekly
operation oT the rural
;;; services! every fourth IFtru lion.agent Suwannee:; '' Cohn.I Soil Conservation Service GrucevIII. I child of Uiiiningham Ala. Is1 | rant ma.' whlth IH very effective us i Line a pio pan with pasliy, put/ ,!, press.

a 0:30: o'clock A. M. I ty it is announced by Miss Mary. ... pointed' out. 1 ited I their biothri-in-law und \slster la doweling, giounil, cover: In a layer' of mango slices/ MI"IIII"t'lwith I editor, keeping 1 his ('Iltol'l"tfirlj'r !
I .
the of his
on pulse people,
}o;. Keown state demonstration. "The results of erosion. use ecu |[ Mr. und 1\1/\ '". shelly Homer The Madagascar' I pel hv'Inkle!' Is sugar, lluiir' and spires and knows his knows what I'
succeed Miss Eunice: nomic well I .mother fine! plant for" giound, ,'(.v.1 rater with iinolher layer of man
Sufferers of I Iagent.She as as physical.: As the i :Monday en route to Dover Muss It nt'p.I.Inti will provide thosethings
KOM Si igIii tloiii and I Hplces.. Coverwill
Grady who was tianafeired recently I Is the 11. "As a self-sowing hei baceous j jpower.
topsoil worn Louise
away produclivj< j] Rosier went with :Mr. andMis. i
,1 I I h I'II"ln,1 bake in hot oven : 'lot it if it 'i.s within his ;
ULCERS to Dade County. of the land is peienmal, we know o flew things
STOMACH ity decreased and \ Reynolds: to spend I ilegiecsl ten minutes, then
Miss Taylor is a giadiiate< of the fat m"I's tsandard of living! Is weeks with her, mints. Mis. M L.I 1, than can surpass the peiiwinklelor which will f
It new development help
: HYPERACIDITYDEFINITE bake from, to minutes ;
tliuty fully
Florida State for dependability, the hoi'ticultu1
College Women lowered he said.i Armstrong In Dover and l Mis. -
< AK. hi.s flu tie l
m people gives an explanation
modern 350:
1 list own 1 degu-i-s ) I y
and< base taught home economics Thompson in Kisslmrnee;: says.On
"A simple example of rainfall j of it in his paper for the
OR until slices soft
RELIEF for five at II i iI Imoist bunk of lather, mango act a
years Altha erosion can be illustialed with a I Mr. and Mrs. L E::. Pilnce haveas One slices\ benefit of the fai'HUT. ;i
MONEY BACK I j mucky HOII.'e.l"'uL cup ripe papaya may
and< Sopchoppy Florida I Ispt'lnkler < tiilobata litwOl'th
I I'I'F..om table top a little soil a gal den their guests Mis .Prince's. bl'oth-I hi-. substituted/ for one cup of the Insofar as agriculture;' Is con. +I
ttying. It be found.glowing
TUB!: WILLARr TREVrMENThhrmiKhl : : headquaiteis at Live Oak. I may
/ pr.iinpc,
I thiui Di._.".1lcl Ml*Ulan"r TMM. duo or to SlMMMh Hy neM fed< she work Is with conducting
"! Ill, an-loiUi-r fotnuof Slomarh />,,- an angle to lepresent, any sloping! Caldwell of Lake WalesIs tIll tt' herb bearing blosoms like (.uipayii. Is used place nor has. u snore responsibleduty ,
aril don' to 1 I'rrfn Aeill, !SOLD ON I tin Suwannee County. The UnitedStates :\11'. ', a l
t( DRY TMIL. Pnr cnmnlma In- of field. Now spread a thin layer of visiting and frnmNin. n ...'1 ".Wllt..... ky y Department Agrlcilltur'e.State soil over the table surface. This well. a for ('..I'KI' IK.STTALLAIIASSKK; 1ot..I.t. :.. than the editor of the weekly paper 't 1, +
el Brtirt." Ask, fJl'I ITM M Agricultural F.-stension:\ Ser- covering the! poius'
It -
Mr and .
'..mod repiesents cultivated land after the Mrs. Ju.Valllll' Mr > / His presents the re*
: : [ pnper
sands the A court test
vice and commissioners along !' Atlantic toast, the
1Iftl\\ rilVRMACVSUrl.c : and Mn I II. C Pilnce, IIntl1\lr.
aces and have been and und
undeigiowth bench .of the right of former Slate Senator suits ngilcultuial research
In morning glory provides 1 a
the woik.I
financing I
I'lorlda J I lemoved< With the garden sprinkler Mis, Jack IVndley attended the voiy miitiible plant maleilul fiat Gomez. to hold, office as circuit explains its application fur the i { 1

I II FLOUKK SHOU pour water over the sin face. Kite-Hunt: wedding. In Tallahassee g round cover. llellinthus debilin judge appealed' to have been stop. benefit of /the titimei' l i

i I Note how this representation of Saturday Mr./ Wullncc served uS the seeping .sunflowei, l.s ulxo. na- ,j pt'd. Attorney it-new! Cory. I 1J. Getting this information the ; t
ti' INVERNESSThe: first flowel'show best mn fin :Mr. Kite I I
"I I rain melts the soil and< speeds with I I n ,live to. F'tut Itla's nrean boadios ami I Lu a'his Tliiiisilny ivfustM to I pi-r- farmer, applies it on his taunt and ;
II i I''fltJ'7lf-y'J'f'j ever staged' by t'itrtis. County I It to the lower side i.f. the table. Miss Kiihy: Taylor of Jacksonville l
I { / { should serve well fur onuinienlinK mil the use of his n.line for u Wilt bxiu-fils/ fiom, Increased" production
| home demonstration club women That Is. how erosion destroys un-i visited Mis. T. W ShnltM- and I bench .sands the licultiirist. "" 1 quo( w nrtutu" to before the Kujeme or improvement of quality in t this
r was a gctat success accenting toAlls :tits, Kay lloljeits:
A dependable prescription for Colds i( I'lot'Ctl.aCTkultullIl\ land : JluudayI points outlando | | C'ouil I He (said it would crops und l stm-k As l-'loiid.l ti'
i Elizabeth; Mooie.\ homo/ I Mis.. W .1 Overxtieet nnd l !Mis.
Chills Fever,Malaria,and Influenza. "To see how nature protects the prevent any confist' I the I"'y'st : U dependent hugely un ugllculture. 511
At t drug stores 23c or send stamps to agent.')I F.veiy community in the I land, "repeat the operation, but be- Uryan Ulutlield and< their/ chilmeri < ; ore; visiting Mi.; and IS'1 \\', judge's trppnmtm/'nl. by the the weekly editor. not only '
Southern county was represented< at the spent!, Ttio-d ly in Matclenny with M.I" tin Ot illCT. Mr Reman
Dru Is
Co-Jacksonville.Ha. to till the .
tote spi!( Inkling place the heavy governor; vac tlJI' dented helps the farmer but makes a disHurt '
show, whUh was held I tire I M M l'o '1II h It'HS. I Iguests' of Mr. and Mix. Gainer aie '
takes the place of a coveting. of I BI'one lai-nt of the entire statefor I It
High Blood Pressurecan MIAMI A total of 915 homemade I' grass. Now pour the water overthe I Friday' Mis 1S.: Matthews and Mr. und Mrs. M.V.. Edwards: of
articles weic e\hibted | Dr. and Mrs.. H/ B. McLondon of Melr 'He anJIr.. und Mrs. G. C. r. 1
: : < by
1 1j I t
I towel Note how this ,'otec- i
be reduced In many : members of Dade County's seventeen pi Staike and Mrs Leo Witkovskl, Munn of Brunswick Ga. t!

uses and symptoms relieved home demonstration clubsI j! live coveting ubsoibs the water ]|I Mis. Paul WltkoVHki. and Albert. Mis J. \Woo.Iwnid Is resting! il

1 I I during the past month according land' how slowly It drips from the ]1 I Witkovskl of Lafayette La. weredinner comfortably following a tonsiloctomy Expert Repairing ;
uy physicianDr. I: bottOm of the table. Very. little I 1 1I 1 1 fI
guests of Mr and Mis. IIM perfumed.
to Miss Eunice home Saturday.
FrHcrlo Dmrnrmu. .mlnnt ol I, Grady agent I II
phnleUn lof! the soil has been moved.< In
K.. York City, uri' that ALLIIIIN ...... Each club held Its exhibit duringthe I Richarde and Mis. Annie M. ---. .A
.r G.rhe, p.nlcr Tablit oft. help .1'I nntuie grass and umleigrowlhj Richarde,
n The Isle of Man .Is 1 the
rMd".. month. Three. hundred. and only placeIn
High Blood Priwara.. and that thntlnu keep the rainfall from loosening ,,
< Inwrv.l.. h.lp to keep tIIo blood pnMur I i the soil and< carrying It away. j Garage
Moseby Slgmund returned to their England Ireland, und Scotland
4rn "l,. diUtln* th. peripheral laplUan_ I awarded for the best articles. I I
.e f.the body .ur'.... thuD lenvaln the bun I ----.-- "In. carrying out fanning operations home In Rid;:evillc, N. C. after a can be seen hum the same:t spot
*. upon tbu hwrt." This .Ie only one of tM it is necessary. of course to''I' two weeks' visit with their bioth- _
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to b.n Urt,.Ac,>..let...ff.cu,. Or.offered D....by... the Ta sit OM of the tee fur 1 I.'I.ORIIJ.R"n'f 3'i! MILLION POCMOF : ):; lemove this natural covering but erinlnw.ami. sister, Mr. and Mrs. NOTIt; -- I I I! Phone 120 I II tf''Yi' ;

.f.cu"......nd. Intcrntinv your name. booklet and addreie of facts. and>.J iu ....\fUI S'flf'I.L'otSMore : : when it is removed conservation J. II. Hundley, During their .stay The registration books of theCity

..ln...lile infurnutlon will be> cent you free fanning|I pi. uctii.es must be adopted j Mi and All 01 Hundley and their of Starke will be open for the j Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER : .
llur; .till yi i.. ALLIMIN TableU/ tri I.I to the land" Mr. '
and loira for yaureclf how much they nut than five and one-ludf million I I I protect Wright! guests enjoyed a day at Silver registration' of electors from'iatiirdav I I

help' you ALLIMH I "pounds of suipliis farm" products, said.I Springs I ; July' !10, to MonoJtY.u- j -- YtieI

TableU ere and UeUleetodorleee ....* I removed from price-depiesed markets ----.---_.- ,| Recent visitors ofIr.. und Mis. gust 9, 1937. Inclu"'e.CAHI. .

anteed (re. top In order. to Increase returns' 1 to producers were distnbuted in 1 llaivey Williams were Mr. Wil JOHNS

_. vary danavroita kind.drun A Tart o Floiida during 193U to needy and liams' father and mother and. Joe Kegistiatlon. Officer 1 1a

10. unemployed persons certified to Fort and J. B. Leveling of Domildrfonville Ci'y' of Stuike. 4
----- :only it'c-At !a the lelief rolls of this state the CIa Mr.\ and M 1'01. Williamsnow 6-23-3t-7-t I OUTFIT I

goal drug oto... j Federal .sUI plus Commodities. Cor- have visiting them Mi.sses I -- .-- r
I ,,oiat.on IInnouncl'<.I. 'I /Evelyn Williams and Mary Anni 1 I II

1F The surplus. products were removed I i!I Adkms and Clifford Williams l Jr.' At Your Service

< from the markets by the I II Igricultul'IIl 'land I Ralph Hill, of Griffin Ga, I q

I Mr. and! Mrs. Leo .
t 7 \ Adjustment Administration Wiggins ate
( and the Federal< Surplus at home after a visit to '

II Commodities Corporation in coop- ''1 Clyo and Uuyton Ga savunn'lh.// (

eratlon with the various state relief i CJyo they participated
s.Gcs agencies. In connection with ion of Alta Wiggins'/ family

programs designed< to Improve ie- home of her aunt Mrs. W. J. SeekInger. i

4I turns to producers enoouruge I: IppSi consumption of agricultural Mr and Mrs. W. M. Reinau of UITH AMERICAN
commodities and prevent waste. i Staike and. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Rra a The products were distributed to ,! win went to i'aas-u-Grllle GOrl'l) Serv. Sta.

state relief agencies by the Fed- for several days fishing. ,,
eral Sul plus Commodities Corpora- ; Mr and! Mia \\', M. ... '
tion. j: ,
JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA I I The commodities: distributed In'' Our courteous services are daily winningnew I
I' FlortiU Include the following: 'II 1 f fI

I Canned beef 210000 pound: dry t customers. Why not drive in and have

GARNET ANDREWS M...(,, | skim milk. 200,200 pounds, flour, j car serviced the Standard Way?
1 your I I
.ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .' she, N \TI K\l. ICE: TILLLKAOS I 2.013.Sit: : [ nund.s< enriched oat cc- I 4 An exceptional l vatuel Con.uh> ot .
od.m, fir.piool' held) in .the hurl el do-n- I AH THE PhK-; I real 40.032 pounds. rolled oats., loose U.i( ledger binder, 2OO l.ci<].r I Ih
.Ihn.. J. l>ionvlle. E..ry roem .,lh tub .-" KC'T: KKFKKiKKNT: : I I20OOOO: pounds, fresh apple172U::: ,- WE SPECIALIZE ON TIRES and TUBES ...,. tad A-Z, 26 division! lathertabiad.z.Boundttdurableimilatlon
w, >oM earn, c.,ln! (tin, redo dined I' U It PKKSM51INU; ; : ) v .
.'ms. dos.. E...., Bed with, "reee/pr.n, | 000 pounds; Fit! ierl peas .3iii).0';.0
.'a.1' find (....,.* (Una. R...,., 'In Tilt: .DELi'IOE'S: I pounds: and) dried prunes 8IOWK( SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. 1.4thor, color led or black. Steel s
"/Iw. M ...? Ik.,. 1"J\\Olt fW1'C": :- beck with utjmatl3 locking device.
Alt I I Joulld.f.1..0 distributed In 1010r'I I Push button (for' quIcV opening, n J key required. Sheets are) white' j
COCMIA ll CONOIIIONfO I I ut SHO" I 'r.uu.t: .t :\I IF:1'rS.PROSIpr ': I I ida' were C1004 gallons of syrup; We Arc Equipped to Wash, Polish and Ivorydale ledger paper, substance... Sheet sUe 6. 9J t laches. '

DINING AND. .MEETING HOOMl : IJK.LM: tItTU. : :\'. 1.209,745:; I 1"e ands of raw cotton; ,

is R R.Ne. _Salf.el. "..... Beth I \\ tWJI: r. LOWI.ST I I: earl 212J)05) :yards I if cotton tick. I'j'ng Grease Your Car. Satisfaction Guaranteed. S'.k No. D15". ilk. 1:...1002000a t
$200 10 R_ S.5O
40 $j 00 14 1_ SUO : I-KIC K.; Ruby L.dq.r O..u.t-R..i 11.00 I'
to t.pl. f..y pl.we. BA taoo DURDEN SERVICE STATION Ou' t. Bt..c1r 4 /M
A. A. 020')7( Ruby L.iler
7br? ... ...... STARKEICE Each year: approximately 12.000

.. _'" _1 ._.p ou..O_ _M.._... transients are found dead In the COtl.NKIt Of RU.13 .1NI)2RST.1RKE.:1..1.: '
: / .. Morn cu, tO I II COMPANY are burled un-
'- ..,..+.. 4 I Ir I I I!, Identified.United States Many I BRADFORD COUNTY TElEG ftJHY1

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I I Announces FiyhtI MAYTIME AT BLIND PIANIST l J'loping a working church,pln--
? r I II ,
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE r'(I. s making: it Ciearet r:
I I On Mail frauds II! RITZ SUNDAYis ENTERTAINS CLUBW. tual demonstration that '": ,

Established 1S77 working church )nl, a
} (Continued from Fate;; One) WELFARE ceptlve to the great t"1I1 ,
*; AA.EAVB.FLORIDA I n,. ItfSORt.t. KIT BEST MUSICALS OFALL WORK OF the Bible and cxerci- ,ping I f
\ and a half their beneficiaries will I TIME BOARD Christian .tt""g
... influence .
brrrrtarr Florida Prraa n. on) ", ,
ti' ?
PRESS ASSOCIATIONe r I receive sums ranging from one "ATiiytlme," based on the unforgettable : Members of the Flotary: Club dual, home and comma, .n'II\'t.'
I thousand to five thousand dollars. *
I President *
) I Broadway( play by Rlda were entertained Wednesday by O K \J'
otuerrd Lutida' : While this Is the time of the year I When the member! dies, any payment Jr., of the Farmers IUI1"*!
Johnson Young comes to the Ritz Miss Marlon Spigener, blind pianist Fed ,
that most of liS prefer to confine under the depends ''utI'
policy up- It
I Sunday and Monday en and director of music at the Cedar country chur.-i.
Published Weekly on Frida\s and Entered as Second Class our rending folders to, time-tables( wilt and findIt vacation I on a "post mortem"make investigation.The effort. ace ten-fold by the vaster te- Springs. School for the Blind In opinion of many peoni ,?, n!lilt
to review every sound She l.s the houseguest valuable Ina.ltutlon. AnJ""rbeen
outh: Carolina. ii'
and the
Matter at the IV. Office at Starke, Florida worthwhile the "maid to show he was suffering) from of Hollywood haR
en speech of Senator Claude Pepper I some chronic disease at the time of Melio-Goldwyn-Mayer workmen ofV, p entertainment Smith who had I the most the nursery, '?1 nlan\

i E. L. Matthews! nO ________ Editor and Owner us published In the June 17 Is- the certificate was Issued, and theyI charge of the pro of the constructs. ', '
past t'"S"t'
years: 11|
sue of the Congressional Record I usually find some pretense on Jeanette/ MacDonald und Nelson gram ter ".
*tit SUBSCRIPTION RATE Those who deplore the fact that which to deny the claim.: Consequently Eddy are the stars and John Bar- Mr. Smith also Introduced Senator Ing support Christian for its t task |uth!

Yearly. $1.:>0; Six :Months. 73c: -Payable lit Advance the good, old, days of real "Statesmanship" no payment Is made to the rymore appears In his first role Charley K.: Johns who' made a chara' ''M L
Hates are gone will find a basis j beneficiary, or the claim Is settled since "Homeo and Juliet" Lynne few remarks! concerning the last Christian civilization I tie tarn

4 Advertising on Application I for a revised opinion and hope for for a nominal gum of from one dollar Carver, a screen newcomer has the session! of the legislature Mr. er cannot subHcribe much sahbl

f ; J'i i n--OIS Fouiiii- 0(0' the future through a careful review ''l to fifteen dollars.It juvenile feminine romantic part Smith then reviewed, the work of his church but he can IUbHCIII
WII. ( THE and analysis of the 81'nator'sbrilliant is difficult to estimate the total with Tom Brown. the new Social Welfare Board to acre of corn or an acre ,t l poCa>

The coming of the automobile, with its great convenienceand and forceful address I amount filched from the pub. Noel Langley adapted the piece which he has been appointed as hen toes. His wife cun aunrd1el .

economy of transportation, has changed many things. It Taking the side of the President lic each year by thin class of pro and the songs. were written by Slg- representative from this district.' and child raise of flock '>f 111, -krol
and und the Administration In the debate moters but the National Aid Socle- KomLierg of the He said he was going to do his best Every in the family cap,
industry changedthe mung composer
the transportation
, has revolutionized net take
on the work relief program: i I I''ty alone cost the public upwards of to see that the state and, federal some project 11. this 1 ut utwe $
scene of courtship from the parlor to the highway. But Pepper eloquently presented his Icas i two million dollars In four years, of original Broadway score with lid went into"''the. hands that deserved may quadruple) tluchurch of'tip)
Her beil Stothart, who
composedthe "
of all the changes that have followed in its wake, the most e. Frequent Interruptions, I which only twenty per cent was first "Czar- 'it, Incnines -
screen operetta.
Ix '1 .l w drastic and the one we regard with most sentiment i is the barbs anti shafts from the older I' paid buck In the form of benefits, it/a." which ocupies) a melodioussequence. -- -. ... The-earliest-- _--.. 7
senators failed to annoy or divert the rest of that huge sum having 'IHK IAltn'ltt;" banks on .eels-i
change in StarKe's: Fourth of July. II j 'been used for salaries and were the National Temp'
himself, I ex method ? tI
) him. He always ?
proved "u
The! Lords Acre Plan I
the whole town would Today unl tomorrow "DanltlBoone" phi and Delos,
About this time fifteen years ago master of the situation, demonstrating penses. It is, therefore, obvious of Greece

be l feverishly engaged" in making preparations for the greatest I' / to the satisfaction of all, that the amount taken from the "Midnight with Court'George' O'Biien with Ann and ng financing fiponaorfd; l countrychurches by the Farmers [" be-I ,-._ .

celebration of the entire year. The mayor would be polishing''' his ability to "think on his feet" public by the hundred other blmllnr eration' of Asheville N. C.! U a Ammonia is obtain ,:"
Dvorak to the local ,
societies In comes' screen mercial scale ,
anti take of himself In encounter I now operation as a hh\
any movement so successful 1t.1Is
up his address: of welcome which he \\ould later insist was ,, I !' reaches a Maggot big sum annu while Tuesday! "That Mans HeieAgain" I Idgioua sure to spread.' Says The Progressive 1! coat gas is made

made up on the spur of the moment : various organizations Florldi.ms may well feel proud' ally.The I Is showing. with "Wingsof Fuimer -'- -' ..
c !, and leading merchants would working day and night on ,tjt: their Junior SenatorFew men I I j jJo usual procedure of the opeiators the Moiriiug" with Annabella The Lord's Acre Plln Is putting Man's truelebsnes.s mbr-,,
receive widespread of these schemes Is to insert and Henry Fonda is to be presented the In the church, than half of
floats with which they hoped to outshine rival societies of as well, and few people young the totes nth,
) recognition In so short a | advertisements, in various Wednt-sJuy and Thursday and old creatively to woilt. devel- United Stll. tes,
II business: competitors( ; mothers would have already: startedbaking :lme: as has been accorded Senator newspapers for agents who operate' -

things with which to pack the basket lunch to be Pepper. Possessing youth, health ...wherever they desire and many I ------

l4'i{{ l carried to the park! ; the young men of the town would be and exceptional ability Pepper I la! complaints have been received c-:
qualified to represent Florida, in a from persons In rural communities HIS 161STlilKTHDAY -" w'7' '
. : r, kJ, training hard for the various athletic events in which they
most creditable manner and his small towns as well as In large /
hoped to carry off honors as well as the $2 prize. value to the stale and nation will cities. The Associations also secure rjfrl'

Read the Telegraph's account of a Fourth of July back continue to Increase as lengthened memberships by mail us well :::

,_," in 1920 and see if it doesn't make you feel we are missing service yields the strengtheningfruits as personal solicitation by agents
of "experience." | und many persons' are solicited for \
ffr/KIl/ something today-something that brought folks close together '
1 I membership through persons already / >
-- -- 22 :
,_ and promoted a greater community spirit than i is evidenced The appointment of Clayton members by literature sent \ /

h, l', today when each family packs into its individual automobile Codrington in director of the State I through the, mails.

: arid ]leaves for some far distant place to spend the day: Welfare Board should< meet with
.. : 1; "Starke's celebration\ of the nation's birthday, held I, general appioval.If Term It a political I NO LOOPHOLES I :t'
pty-off you choose but you
I s' :Monday was an event that will be remembered fora must admit that It was earned IN SLOT BAN I

r: year-we hope not longer for our next Fourth of I and cleseived. But occasionally: It I| AUTHOR OF LAW SAYS I ,

.' July we must try to make still greater. The day was occurs that a political appointee 1, ALL TYPES MUSTLMSAPPKAR _
those abilities and _
clear! : and dryThe mayor and his staff had uttemlBt possesses qualifications : I _
s thai make his choice a I I I
T Bt ed to everything under their jurisdiction to make wise and Intelligent one discountIng I I State Senator Henry C Tillmui- l

,1 things The / entirely the question of political of Tampa' of I
w ( go smoothly. property owners: had nponsoi) the act passed /l
shown their civic pride ] I debt. by the 1UJ7 Florida Legislature Sd
s by levelling uneven sidewalks ( 4 j
This I Is the trappy situation will, > outlaw slot machines in this fl
Every business house and most of the
private regard to Clayton Codiingtrm. His | .state October 1, said In a state-

+ residences were adorned with flags, streamersand ability as! nn organizer and manager I merit this! week the law would putout i I II II

bunting. .Free ice water had been provided and was displayed, not alone In his the type now in use and also
conduct of Cone's but I any other kind which show
campaign might
q h ice cream, cold! drinks and watermelons were to be I
stain as Chairman of the State the "result of the next play bet'ore- :I
t r i'' had In unlimited quantities. hemocratlc Campaign Committee I hand."

"Throngs began to arrive early in the day and all Under his able direction Welfare In addition, he said,, the law I iii&

the seats that had been provided were soon occupied, activities should proceed In an Intelligent would also abolish (Junchboal'ds.I -
} and orderly manner with I His statement was: made, he said,
1 h but
happy groups quarters under the trees
a weeding out of wasteful and extravagant "because throughout the State the

1 The stores were full of shoppers, the sidewalks were practices and withoutthe report has been, widespread that

1' so packed with humanity that those who did not follow curtailment of any necessary slot. machine operators would circumvent -

I ; tr the crowd had to take to the pavement. Auto- or the useful work.function connection with its provisions by changing 7' ;)
present machines or Installing [tea'ones
mobiles were parked everywhere. Only ten years: ago Luke ('Ity loses a good Postmaster to show the next play, anti 4 ORTUNITY' '

i no one would have: dreamed! of such signs" of wealth but Florida gains a capableand thereby eliminate 'an element ot I

!in this county, but :Monday's crowds of prosperous efficient Welfare Director. chance'." I \

-----...-- -- He pointed to phraseology of the ;
if r nappy \\ .t'IIllrl'setlllPople: demonstrated that Bradford I I.il\
roruTti) ) or.n-iv Florida law which prohibits "an .
-f } i, \ County is going ahead with rapid stride 1 ,( .
By Nancy Byrd Turner machine! or device" that has out'
: f' JlIII'ts and races were curried out according toWogl'Hm There Is mote to this day than only an element of chance "but aU< h SAT J
I i I ., _!
( but since forbids going, into details except shouts and charts I j' any other outcome predictable 0<. -- -

as to the main event of the day, the "grand More and than glory.There's the. trappings of pride I II I I the"Other player. outcome, he IT i ( LOR JA 4' HGHLIGHL I > nr fppfu< rl@M

pageant. n'U>4 led by the police, mounted fine I ,
on lLlel'l e L ry? rr
the echo of far, unfailing''' "n (!lIn" tutuie outcome."It :.. 1
horses. Then came the Berry Brass Hand of Jacksonville i '
; yearstVhen takes of the ., 0 ,
care play I ...1" '. ,' f-r.t.:::' ?;: z;. :, ,1'7'
: : ; :
followed! by the military company in new I, time was shaping a deathless I and all other plays and It Is word- ,1"' ''.'.'..'';f., ''i..._"' .' '' "."-"...'o.? ",., ....,.' .'iiJ:'''r. ;,',"\I !;?-4'i'! '';';,,:.:,(. ;; )::....':;:; 12;. .1. :t'.1"::. J1
',. .
-1 '
i ed as and ': .> l '. -\Ji\ ""' "" 'P"'f':,, .r.. ",, .., "...._-.. ,
I carefully : : '
it ,
accurately as ;
Next came decorated automobiles, some story.When ,;,:.Jil.l'f.. -,-1\\ ". ,,1 j. i.'( ':: 1r' :; .;i. ';'" ...., ''j.'t.-,:. :.'','1:"""7
l' of these carrying Confedel'ute'etl'I'ans. up these roads where the Is humanly posisble to do so. If ,'," ", ;' ,...",.f "'."-';:c.. \.:$.J.,. ." ,. .f. ":r. ; '.." .' '; .,,:'rw,'. ;:)"" ,:" ",".",", -j..i--1" JI'.1: '1
& :: ;I'v .r/ ,
there Is any other to make it 4' :J" ; n I ) .. i. .. :;'
way .
"A very striking exhibition was that of the Quigley : marcher go | more, binding I don't_ know it. ...1-. ....,.... ;:;- .....-. ., t''i .. .', .1.t-: :; '"!
And ; \ OAMOA
I down
those streets where the : t'J/\ .;:;:;
Broom ('ompan '. Followed by a banner came it bugles blow. "The bill was carefully and ::,-: fri;; ' giant broom, which ] hid the I thoroughly! drawn and 1t' follows -'
completely who
boy was ReSOlute ranks were pushing on I.N.1': iV' ;
closely the Indiana Statute that oury revrt
inside and furnished the motive then Ey ways no venturer yet had
power came I has knocked out machines which f. ..: ,

dozen small boys, each carrying on his shouldera And gone trails ''I show the result of the next play." f:{':,I A
no rrrm could know
little broom made! like a rifle. They were followedby Tillman said, the law also could a.

little James HoIIingsworth and Leon Kite, each There's more tnan sun In the flagll1 I+ not be avoided by having the machine
deliver gum candy other # ,r
unfurledAt I or peo .
with a gloriously decorated :goat wa;,:on and the!: I articles. ; .v'
every corner on every hill. I
Fellfgoat.. I There s a light that speaks to a I', "That contingency was met." he I r

i "Later on there was an address by :Mayor John watching world : added "by a specific clause which 7218Aj.rtHotYtJJlr :' t

U' :Martin of Jacksonville and the day was topped I' Of hard-held courage and I 1. took into consideration some machines I 9 rMAYPO
I dauntless: will. that' play music when a coinis
off by dancing at the I In eke .
armory. .\ I it's more thin: a pledge whenwe put Into them and another kind r<*.
,1 Of course there was much more to the account than the atop and stand. that gives! you your weight or tells r c

above paragraphs but 'them Baring the head I your fortune or dispenses any kind & .,
we quote just to give you an lifting the hand: I.
idea of what used to go on in Starke on the Fourth of July. It's dedication of all our best I I II of merchandise 120-1O/ ;, ,i; S3:?
To a I I "The
changeless dream and a section designed to outlaw ,
Quite a different picture from the deserted streets that now shining quest- I puncliboards prohibits the use or I

greet the occasional visitor and those who must stay in town America, our land: 'I possession! of 'any machine' or de tfJrr

,r' for !some reason or other. Of course, none of us would want .-- 'vice' with au clement of chance I /
1''I'Oi'lJl: I or other uutcome' unpredictable to
,to do without our, automobiles and smooth highways, but we I, By Heruun Bird Wyman the player which U operated 'by

cannot help but look back with envy on the good timed that I Lnckhirt. Florida the Insertion of any piece of money ,

were had I when everybody had to stay in town because the Suppose the world don't please you or coin or other object. This'
roads Or the way some people do 3l.io prohibits machines that could
too bad
: were and automobiles Were too unreliable to ibe I
| Would
you want the whole creation operated with slugs or tokens
'i I f'! trtfct-on a long jtrlp. + j
r :; '. I new law even goes 10 far:
: : : f'V3r' 1 1 Hp To be altered J just for you? an to divest slot machines and !' ,
TWO POPULAR APPOINTMENTS Suppose you love the sunshine i money In them of property rights I'\, "R's
j But the rain comes pouring latter* October I, so a* to meet a'
This section of Florida has been honored by the appoint- down; possible objection that seizure of'I'

; ment of Roy Chapman Lake City attorney and former parti. Will the skies fair off any sooner them would be unlawful conflsca- / (J' p'9e'k

i i. .;\, ner of Governor Fred Cone, to the State Supreme Court. :\11'. Because you scowl and frown? tlon of properly In other wOI'd81[
; the :act mikes them null void and e
Chapman was born near Lake Butler A
and has friends .
many Suppose your tank' Is very hard non-existent as property the same ,
I in Bradford! and Union Counties who will repoice over the And yuu feel your trials sore; a* wus done with liquor when the -rJ/p

} high honor that has been bestowed upon him. Jur-t: tike the time to look aroundAt Eighteenth Amendment became ef-i'
others with much fectl\e. I'i I
Another popular more, CiU'LSksWJr
appointment made last week by Governor .
Supp !!n you don't feel very w..11An.1 "Tlio act declares! slot machinesto !
> was: that of Clayton Codrington, able Lake
City you complain about It; be n cumnn nuisance!, and contains -
f newspaper owner, to the office of State Welfare Curnmig.iol1t'1' It wont he very long until your R puilKxk clause similar to I
+ It is the general! orinion that :Mr.\ Codrington( de- f i lI..n.l1l the one In the Prohibition Act w AF ;
I nerved! his W.ll; Boon begin to doubt it. which allows authorities to (onfis-
33-33I appointment' and that he will pro\e himself as big

It n. as the job that ]has been placed in his: hands. Suppose your friends have money cate: paita a t building of a mirlilne in which are stored machineor I i The Untfinir, fn 1562, of Jeun' (I' for the sing: of France. It was arect"I l DY

J 4'i ,---1/ '_ Aril 1 homes In luxuries net operated. or I Batten 1 Island i at the mouth of ti! :5', i 1)1.1.t; Daughters of the American Revolve l'

Some folks It Isn't going to help 1bit "ProKcciition: be River, marks the birth of the rrot.---.i' 1 .':"I.oi.ly,
1 are already beginning to may brought by
l about third worry IJoosevelt) KVr :you" to mt and fret any citizen through Injunctive North America. It wan 58 years befo.v 0') : : U the CARISSA a popular M I',{

E a term. That's a pretty long sentence for any ::0 matter what on earth: la wrong against owners or operators proceedings \ Ing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. The <;lt.; I ,n Couth Florida but its fruit i ie meJ 'Is

man. We rather thin!: he deserves: a little time off for good The wisest bravest plan; of machines or against owner SHAFT MEMORIAL near Maypoit i j. n r .-11 I marmalade The Juice itself s.*I''

behavior Whit ever comes, or doesn't of of the) column Ribault .. ,tIt'. .... 'r
come buildings where the nuIsance ex-I himself pit 'n I tro-Mcat. : fruit punch that dt l $\e

Just da the best you can. late 1 I mauth) of alto St. John ia 1562 to t.. ... '., ... fruit .U about the data of a Plum'

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