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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 9, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'...' 1817 '- Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months', 73c; -raj-able in Ad\anC'e-, _= _ : -E. L. Matthews.: Editor-n-d-;; Owner ';

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" NEW SUPERVISORWAINWRIGHT I: STARKE CELEBRATES 4TH. OF JULY I

, PAIR TRUCK SEASON WELFARE BOARD CLERK REFUSESAPPLICATIONS
tJ SUCCEEDS WITH PICNICS AND RACES, YEARS AGO I

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WALL AS REGISTRATION --

L [HARGED WITH : 01' FICIAL FOR 1937SHOWSPROF1T BEGINS By H. K.: LAGERCJRKN! And so on. All thought they had I

'!1 : The Gloilous Fourth as It passed a good time.
1'r N. Walnwrlght, Sr. former
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here, was safe and sane to a Later, when business houses had

,t Bradford been County notified tax of "his assessor has I Iju"t : OPERATIONS '! painful degree and as silent as the Increased I In number the merchants UNDER NEW\ LAW

. MURDER appoint- ,1 Arab when he folds his tent and made the day an occasion

, merit as supervisor of registration steals away. The only sounds for attracting! people und trade" to

. to succeed H. C. Wall, resigned.The Applications Will Be Re-\ heard. 1 were the humming of the the city by off..rlng'al'lous entertainments -

State's Attorney Continue appointment was made by Believed To Haveetted Cfived On Mondays power house machinery and the The pink was then keptup Commissioners Postpone

') Investigation Governor Cone. Bradford Farmers j <:hll ping of the sparrows around and boasted! a rotunda Here Action Until 1"urlherNotice

') Mr. Wainwright said yesterdaythat And Thursdaysu'l'ucAN'rs.ltIs1' \ the court house. taHes creaked under loads of barbecued

In Padgett Death he would be provided with office Close to $100,000 Silent Fourths have been the rule meats and all kinds of

splice in the county court .. ;; : IMtOVK! here ever' since the time when automobiles tooiIt's) and there were barrels of

vs MIKE MAY HAVE house. He expressed pleasure at I ('on;,;. HEANSV.TKK: : : .\ C; K: A N I) KKSIOKM'i;; : became common These I ice-cold pink lemonade, till free. ('()lJ1'YYOlll.: .}) I.OSK.

,\ F A T A I. SHOT again becoming a public servant i .\IE I.IIOLD;; HIC: I.KAI speedy. and convenient vehicles, Tlu'n there were hull games horse THOUSANDS) ;; IN: TAXES
FIRE!) having served as tax assessor for Applications for: old age assistance like the curpe" of Tangu enable "racings, paraile by the military

thirty-two years. He said he felt :Shipments of various truck crops ; under the new plan approved : their owners" to go whete they company and band music. Then Clerk of the Circuit Court A J

Aftei! hearing testimony behind "at a loss" as a private citizen and from the platform here dropped I i 111 few days ago; bj- the State Wel- please and. in new surroundings speeches and Liter firewoiks, On : Thomas was Instructed late Tuesday .

closed doors from eleven witnessse liked to keep in touch with the sharply this. week as the season fate Board will be received here on forget "the cares that Infest the some Fourths excursions were run afternoon by the Board 'it

here Wednesday morning. State's public. I Rave indications of hawing to a Mondays and Thursdays from 9 a. day" In the old days! when Starke to Slarke and high-divln< and County Commissioners, not to acoept

C, Adklns said there close. for the week office' people hail to stay; at home they bu Il uxccnsioiis the I
Attorney .1 The office of supervisor in this: Receipts were m. to 4 p. m. at the welfare sere 'strong Indications that Mike county curries a salary of $30: II estimated at $P!<>0. Fonlhook lima by MI's. Edward Bums it wits an- made the day un occasion for attractions.On tax certificates at public auction

KJons. instead of his wife Gladys. month. be-ins were responsible for about i iI I nounced yesterday I, amusement or what passed for one Hitch occasion u lady, as provided\ for in a bill passed by

!fired the shot that brought death .. I I half of the revenue with 350 i I Applications will be investigated {! such. fat, fair and forty" went up In the last session of the legislature.

to M.llIle Padgelt. 25-year-old Law. crates selling at from $123 to'I in chronological outer according to "The old man" of the proletariatclass it. biillnon and .down by parachute.Where until further notice. The c ,mmUsloners -

ley firmer here early Saturday GRIFF1S SEEKSRace I $1 M). Ira Thomas chairman of the District -\' was then poorer even than he did she land? 0 mercy! will meet again Monday t>>

n.eht ,[ Four cats of Foidhooks" were I I Five Welfare Boaid The :Is today, for he had no Santa Clans The poor woman Is sure killed! A'ulcllde consider their course under what

Kloniles (sometimes known as I I 'loaded ut Law ley between June 1 I Board Is now receiving applications ;jjoveinment to muse him; consequently \ on horseback, In hUI:- WHS termed n "drastic measure."

".Vike the Greek") and his wife I Track Funds and 15. This Is the first time that I under the new plan but the his kids had to do without I It I./!, wagons calls and on foot This action was t.ikfii follow luff
of "jook" (filling sta. solid cars of this have been the fireworks. Hut there, was noise ,
operators a ciop I I time which will elapse between hastened to the rescue The woods a joint meeting of the commissioners .
lion dance hall food and drink), i shipped (!torn theie. Growers in the filing of applications and the putting Just the same. The young men in the northwest portion of town the school board, and various
held under a warrant FROMCOUNTYSAY Lawtey section estimated they of the rolls borrowed anvils from the blacksmiths -
are being: I re'i I eligible persons on wore scoured und the top of every county otflcluls at which it war
charging murder with premeditated -I | Celved uround $16,000 from the 8,. will depend upon the amount of turned one upside down and pine closely scanned for her remains staled the ante of certificates t at
design. It was Issued on signed 000 hampers of Foidhooks pioduc- work which has to be done In connection filled the cavity In the base with At lust! she sans found In

affidvait by the state's attorneyafter SCHOOL HOARD :MUST I i i ed this season. I I with the gathering of proof gunpowder. Another anvil was put a patch of cowpeas down Sander auction "might Herlnuslv cripple

investigation! disclosed that a STAND $20,000 OF Total returns to Bradford Coun- as to 'age residence and need it .>n top of it, a train of powder son road. silting cioss-legged. i I I county government and school
funds"
the It
coroner's inquest would not be necessary -I NEW BUILDINC ty farmers for their truck crops'I 'I 1 was said.' !mil Jack Wynn or levin lahl'j mending, & her pa i'achtrte and duiing coming yeir.
estimated 1 that around
was $1OO.-
I this summer Is estimated. nt between The statement that applicants or some other intrepid ii3ly chewing gum., The con,furl-I 000 In tuxes Is owed on
delinquent
'La of $75,000 and 100000. be In the order set off the charge. The report
testimony or witnesses A. J. Grlffis superintendent i will Investigated illations of the multitude she
Although Bradford lands. and
It
County WII.'Igl'nel'alty
I remained secret. the story most public Instruction appeared before -. I I, in which they apply was issued by ear-splitting and the heavy anvil ,'.1 off wlth" w, Wilt Yl'rlvln'l/ that small
I agreed a
only
generally heard was that for some the Board of County Commissioners i! DAVIS TO OPEN Mr. Thomas t.) conect the Impression was hoisted ten feet In the air. ire: ? Say, I wants a kid to run I percent of this might be collected
had been locked out Tuesday afternoon and requested that certain: groupsnotably Once U. R. Witklvskl then a lad.. town town to get me some Intend.
reason Padgett: the new law were carried out.
lit Mike's place and was trying to that the county's half of the : NEW BUSINESS ': those now receiving relief from nude a bomb of a tomato can full If they've got nothing courser than

force entrance by cutting througha race track money received from i Home other sourcewill be handled i' of gunpowder wrapped'' with old, <1 number, eight. then wit me u ball Attorneys for both boards wore
WILl. OCCUPY BUILDING and advised the members
door. It was during thisattt'Dll't the state for one year be given to 'first. The new plan, Mr. Thomas rope till It readied I the size of a (o' twine cotton twine, mind you. present !
screen
FORMERLY HOUSING! of several different that
that be was shot Just the school board for the purposeof :i explained Makes no provision sixty-pound watermelon. The fuse lot paper twine you hear''. me? courses :
QUALITY STORER. be to the
might adopted tight newlaw
ubove the heart with a thirty-two construction of a new elementary | giving preference to any group.Mr. fO"1 I was lighted and the report shook And a chunk o' beeswax. Unity!"
but no definite action was tak
calibre bullet. Death resulted school building here. J. Davis has just returned I,| Thomas declared that every building in town till many The enterprise of former mer- en Tuesday other than to Instructthe

I front internal bleeding within a Last year Bradfrod County received -i from Atlanta Ga.. where he spent< Social Security law. requites a thor- thought it was an eatthqimke. hunts founded the prosperity of clerk to refuse applications until
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[ few minutes. around $24,000 In race track twelve days with officials of the 'ough Investigation us to the need Then there were sack. races and t those of today/ und the latter suem further notice.

Mia. KlonJes told fleets she funds which amount was divided Western Auto Supply Company, : of every applicant. Documentary pig catchings. A pig with tall to le.sire nothing more. Are we
Seldom have commIssioners here
I shot Padgett and her story was equally with the schools.Mr. selecting fixtures and merchandise I I' proof may be secured within a few well greased was tinned loose and right In being thus satisfied with been confronted with as tough a r'.

I corroborated by Mike. The state's \ Griffis stilted that the school i tor the Western Auto Associate days; In other cases weeks or even he who could catch him wns to win what we have ? It has been said
problem Is the new
as presented by
i Thin
be I
required.
months I
attorney however, was not satisfied board would make arrangementsto Store which is going to open at 100I may who I u prize. Hut this feature always, that there Is no such thing as. a law which. If carried out, would

with the confession and con- give its share for the construc- I Call St.. in the building Just vacated -' means that later some date applicants than others I I proved, a failuie for the pigs were' stund-Htlll that there must be make it possible for landowners ti>
tinued his Investigation into the tion and said that $20,000 wouldbe by the Quality Stole ou or applied at a too tame and Instead of running. :I either progrexs or tetrngreunion.
rolls first. settle thousand dolUr tax for
the bill
be on a
put
I circumstances. Both suspects were the board's approximate shareof about July 19. | may they lay clown to be scratched. Which shall It bu ?
enthusiastic The new plan lowers the age 1 .!:, as little an $100. Opinion seemedto
structure. I Mr. Davis is very -
Alachua the $75,000
pl..ced in the County jail proposed
of in- tm that
| limit to slxtyfivjears age general "something
I which
about his
new enterprise,
ending outcome,of the Inquiry. Commissioners said they would under Will Recruit Marines be done to such
will bring Htnike Its first'auto accessory -I I stead of seventy as provided must prevent I'
Witnesses who were heard Wednesday take the matter under consideration -I and supply stole of thisI the temporary plan which expired COMMISSIONERSWill Voting men will be recruited for staggering losses to the county.

weie Owen Rhoden John when they made up the coun !, June 30. I the !Marine Coips at the post office The law provides that the person -
GnU is, Milton Pendarvis. Ray ty's budget for next year I kind.Mr. .. _
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Davis says his. opening stock DeedMARKET building in Jacksonville next 'ritesci wishing to I purchase the ta'C;
J Crawford, Nelson Thointon, Theodore ... I and .
tlflcute make written
''ot merchandise. will Include the SCHOOL BOARD .iy Wednesday Applicants CPI must ap-

I Eox, Ezra Bagwell, Wilfred Collision : very latest and best in auto supplies I mufll be white, single. i'gtittr giiKli I'llcnlion to the cl"l ik to hold a

Klgdon Feed Ptyunt, John liege | & : and accessoties radios, bl.I MINUTES : SITE or ahoy III education eighteen to public lIul... Notice of sale must

I and VV S GamiyKIiMides A collision between one of theV8 | cycles and cither popular lines The P f RESIGNATION! : SEVEN twenty-five, years" of age, In good. then be published. I for three week',

came here about three Ford 1 refrigerator trucks own- | store fixtures are expected to arj TEAChERS: AC- phynicnl condition. find of goudmnirtl In (Ihe county nuwnpuppr and written .

j years ago from Lake Butler where ed by Ralph Alvarez and u Model j live July 12 along!\ with a repie- CKI'TKD I WILL! ALSO I'AY COUNTY'S;; cluirticter, Those selerted< not\Ire went to th* last known

| lie had<1 lUed about twenty years "T" Ford containing a party of i 1 sentt'tlve .n[ the supply company :SI II.UIOF I : (CONSTItllCTION. ;; ; will be sent to Siivimnih for enlistment udiliess of the ,lecorded owner of

mid formerly ran the Eagle Cafe negroes occurred Tuesday about i who vlll\: help with the installation The Dr a'lfui'cI, County I Hoaid of ; $ ,.1oUHI! and! then tll la ri'ki Island, theLi ml.If .

Funeral services for Padgettwcic ": three m.les north of Starke on an I with the ( penlng; of the stoles Public Institution met In the office i, C for the usual training pippa- the puichaser of the ceitifl-

held Sunday< aftel'noon.lB' Road 13. The "T" was badly damaged of the County Stipeiinlrmlent. Willingness to deed the site of a I 10 tory to regular! .OHSlgnmt'iitihoat.l colt Is. not the land owner a period

1 terment was in Pine Grove Cemetery but the truck was un.scathed. Free Potatoes July 5. 1937:: with nil members ,: proposed' I funnels' muilcet s heie, to 1 ship or fotelgn htatlon. of two yeais Ls. ullowci.1 the owner

near Lawtey. He was often The accident Is said to he the fault piesent to-wlf J, H !Moore. Chinr-i I the Floilda Stute Ma I kcUng ItuI .-- -- to icdc'i-m the ceit If irate for this

known as Millie Groves the last I of the negroes who lost control of The local headquarters of the 'man \\'. C Shinning. und K: J'I I IC-HII wits expressed by County Kiigliind: .I bus '.'f.n( COO' uninhabited i name being that of his step-father. their automobile. | W. P. A. received 12,000 pounds nuiil
i Lewi I :'ommixsloners at their meeting in homes, accordliiK to estimates. Interest. ft4
of the first part of the I
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of the
The minutes previous the couit house Monday. 'rhe -- -- -- -
STARKE WATER BETTER THAN MOST we'k for clistiibutlon! In Bradford ,
meetings were lead and approved. hoard also announced Its Intention
I SAYS UTILITIES SUPERINTENDENT Union and Baker Counties to the The! following business was transacted .., assuming full responsibility for

nerdy it was 1f'III'n..dVetlnesday.. P;I : the amount of $2,8SH.OO representing [ WHAT DO YOU THINK?] I
I i The relief agency has (.n hand still P teachers' and bus
The following the county's shine, of cunstiuc-
(This In I the second In n seriest hag like the first must be drivento moie dried mrik salted fish and !1 drivers' resignations were accepted I lion cost. I.
>> articles written for the Telricntpti a water-tight seat on the lower I I rice to be given to those on relief.

by K. F. Clark, super lock which Is u close-grained sand I Those certified will be eligible to : D. P. Mrs. I The action was taken at the request Weekly Question who has had bail lurk on crops,

lutenilent. of the City Light iHater : stone, much harder than the lImestone ;, ,receive these commodities beginning I Mrs. Wasden Mrs.Carpenter J, T. \Moore of Wlllium L. Wilson cllrecor -' The last session of the state leg etc., a chance to get back liiiproperty ]

Pl-mt.. for the purpose! strata. !i Saturday, July 10. I'I Gladys:Mrs. D. L. Blackbuin Mr. Allen P.Sturlty of state maikets who Is attempting isHtuic passed, a bill sponsored byttpple'lt1tatrve at a reasonable cost" it"I'
of to Iron out details In T. T. HLACKBUP.N. well-known
niakinir our reader more We have two wells down Into I l ----.-- ;' Miss. Jessie Overstreet Mr. Rogers ( Broward)
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familiar ulth their ntiiulrliMlittilitieii. I this rock. They are about 600 feet Pay Your Taxes I preparation for the construction, of'I and Dishong DeSota) and Senator Lawtey farmer said. "I believe
.) J. D. Gaskius. j market here. If established. It (Zolfo Springs) iU this law was passed for the sol* .
from the surface. Water rises In "Pay your city taxes now, The route of R. M. Crosby was Murphy ,
will probably ba situated ubout a benefit of the big landowner.
to enable citizen to redeemtax
By R. F. CLARK this casing to within about eighty Carl John. city tux collector said I extended to Everett Norman s. signed
I r nile noith of town on Road 13. certificates auction Nobody will want to put out the
The city's water supply comes feet of the surface, and must be this week. "The city delinquent The superintendent was instruct ,. by public
I -.- -- advertisement of the sale i money to bid against the big fellow -
from wells and yet when the system pumped from this level to reach Hat will be published next month. ] ed to find out number of seats following
on thousands of acres) of :
Attend Orlando Meeting and of the
ty.
was first established all prl- the surface reservoirs. I and then coats of advertising will needed In county and arrange for description propel timberland, but there will beplenty f ..
Is auctioned.ny .
/Vhen the
.date. shallow wells. were condemned Pumping Ia roue.* less expensive I have to be added to the amount of purchase of same. Several members of me Board property who will bid '

1, However, this was a health when a deep well pump is used but the taxes. "Pay them now and I I Pupils In the 6. T, and 8 grades of County Commissioners and the one may but the tax crrtlfl fellow with a against small farm thelittle
bld..r.hut .
ate tile
to highest ,
raewure. and not a scheme for various. gusea. Iron ,and sulphur save this Additional expense," he ,'of Graham .school were granted School Board were In Orlando ye the going nf the tins and only a hundred dollars' or no ,'
owner Innpelty
forcing patronage. A glance Into cause trouble later and it has been suld. 1 I permission to attend Starke school. terday to attend a meeting called tax bill." J
the of his -
teilerming .
the make-up of a well In generalmay best to use compressed air for Ra'isea Eighth grade children of Rising Tor the purpose of making plans to .' option amount of proptty the JOHN lIEGE owner of the Northr 1 ,
by pl.ylngLl&e&
be of Interest: pumping although costs are about Council SalaryAt school wee instructed to remain prevent certain railroad compiinles 'eii)l plus three cent. Interest at Side Service Station told the Inquiring .

Almost anywhere a hole twelve double with this method. Oxygen a meeting of the City Council (In Rising school.Th from evading taxes and from se- time within per two follow. .,'(.oreer that "The law l I"

fllUoeIfeet deep will produce from the air cleanses and purifies here Tuesday night It was decidedto board decided to purchase airing excessive' reductions! in tax any'r.g the sale except In years the case of not fair.. If people can t pay J

water supply but this will be water much the same as It does raise the salary of Melvin Mc- land in front of Brooker school at ssesnmentH.. The members decl'iil 'lorm'Hteads. when the option their total taxes the land should i ibe

'irfare' water and subject to pollution with rain water falling, through the Klnney. member of the night |M>hceiorce ,I $200.00. to attend I he meeting; In response no I is ten years. The law applies pe- sold to someone wlu will pay

from any Insanitary mate- atmosphere. from $15: to $60 a month It Mlddleton Rosier was given permission to a letter from State them. Everyone should be
nly to tax certificates over two
nils near Therefore, this source At the surface there are two resrvolrs. I I was aIIO agreed to give $25 a to send his grandchild. to Comptroller J. M LeV and coun- old June 0. 1937. treated alike."
on
of water. Is dangerous and not acMptahle one holding 5.000 gallons I i month for a period of three monthsto Lawtey school. 'y commissioners and members of years:Msny and cons have been KARL COOK. JR. partner In j

for drinking. : ind another holding 15.000. From apply! 01 (he salary of the Mr. Lavender was given permissIon .he school board of Highlands heard Of pros the the outstand- Cook's Store, replied to the ,

Local geographic conditions, areas 'these the water Is pumped! to an Starke public librarian. to send! his son In the fifth County. Those. who attended the good of the law pros la that It might question: "I don't approve of Un -* '

follows: Starting from surface elevated steel tank holding 45.000 grade to Staike schooL In order to meeting were: L. L. Conner J. M.Rosier. ng valued at $97OOuix-! law. It Isn't fair to the taxpayer

there Is about. fifty feet of soil. ,'>11100.'". The top of the tank C Ia ,'Births'Mr. continue music lessons T. D. Dyal. A. J. Thomas, back put property on the tax books and give who pay their taxes. The ternu

This.ust be cased off by Iron well 100 feet above ground and when and Mm. Hermie Kelly Law The Board. voted, to continue clinic T. F. Landrum. J. II. Muoir, and those. behind In their tuxes n of the bidding aren't fair to other -

rock P'pes' which ate driven to seat on full maintains a fifty-pound pressure tey. boy. July 0. work; the amount to be decided W. C. Manning. .-hance to "catch up." Among the persons beside the owner' who

"we and stop any seepage of sur- in the mains. This tank Is Mr. and Mrs. Percy U Knlgh., later. .- cons we hear that the law is unfair might want the property."
"Wa.r The first rock and! standby for fire The route driven by L. R. Starling If C. C. C. Enrollment
about strata our storage Middleburg girl. July 1. I In that those who have been II. B. PURVIS proprietor of Purvis
fifty feet below surface. is protection. During a fire the and Mrs. ii:. W. Wings Mid was raised to $45.00 per '
Mr. Service
sort Applications for the new C. C. C. paying their tuxes. regularly arc Station said, "Goo*t.
limestone and yields an abundant pumps must keep up the supply for dleburg. girl. July 1. I month. = nrollment in Jickxonville Wednesday .loin;? more theta their share and' It Isn't doing the state any gool

supply of, very good water the city fire truck which pumps I -. -9I George Kctwurds and M\ K. l Rob- I: July 14, will be taken at that the law dues not entourage to hold' all of this delinquent tax

infestation'eauonably safe against bacterial 500 gallons per minute. To Fix Suicide Drive eits were appointed to teach In the' -he local welfare office through other persons besides the owner to land. The law permits a man to
I colored school. The other
abotlt, We have two wells Insurance Inspectors are constantly I resolution I II Lawtey I I 'atin'liny, Mr!!. Kdward: Burns, of hid on pioperty. get back his land at a reasonably
of I P.KLLK: GLADE A to he supplied later.
seventy-five feet deep into urging a greater storage two positions ,
this he local welfare office suld yes- With these facts In mind!I. weankeil cost and start all over again
rock If could I that the state mad department/ I j The colored schools will begin
source This supply will water' above ground. we I i i 'ertlay. The quota for Bradford several property owners In with the old taxes paid up. It
rise to within elevated tank itwnui.I speed repair work and ImproveI the fiist Monday in August.The I
about twenty-five have a second ( will lots of land
County Is not known but it Is very Bradford County the following put buck on the
feet
(.f the surface' be when& thetime ,I ment of "suicide drive" was aJnpti hoard agreed to pay Louis :
In the well a'.so very handy I tax books "
probable that all men in Bradford 'Iuellt 10m. "In f your opinion Is the again
conies for cleaning. and repairing -,i ed by the Belle Glade commission. i, Mobley $.";30 00 per month to transport j I .
lOgT1' 'I road 'Jepirtmnt Alshing to join the C. e. C. mayo law law ptovlcling for the sal,, of VOLLEY McKINNKY( retired! firmer -
evolution. snld the
colored
Tint New River
"i'"ck is about caS-I the old tank. I children to
thiCk, After fifty time we ate agreed to temove rertam' schools. I II /0. but no applications will be :,nx certificates at public unction of Star ke. said "I think
At the present
passing
taken after tomorrow Saturday coorl; or b1..I.Vhat! effect- favorable selling the tax certificates at
L..e/'e In about 300 feet of clay In pumping 100.000 gallons of water': "vel y danjeious; curves" but noth- The board will buy music books j I''
inly JI). or unfavorable alt. you thinkit auction sale will be
a gooUIdea
WhiCh! to closea very
there Ls of cents in# his been don except i for school music. {
no water. The well per diy ut a cost eight/ I public .. will have ?"
and -- --- --- 1 as it wouM save our srta
Mailing $1.3: section between Belle Glide Insurance on buildIngs
Our The
c" through this clay must be per thousand gallons. bordrs present 'I i Twenty thousand men are engaged /. I.. II A nnJoLf., prominent Law- and our county some!
'* ( Mile bend. A canal llellbronn's expense.
or two month to consumers Twenty at Vunderhllt and
reasons: one to hold minimum charge per F.ng1and. .
bltrJ : In mole trapping In : tey shipped nnd landowner, anusee'pci. More people will try sod
and number of pay
the other with l other cities the road a persons | to be equally divided betweenCnntluueJ
clay, and the to is In line ||
case Is 300 "1 think the .
(ui the water 1' have lost their lives. when automobiles !. The average citch I '0111I.I! a their taxes as Is the duty of
the first from near surface In plunged into it. I ( Oo rage Kljhti: 'I H.'kly. !f1),1 I me. It gl>e.. a poor man every landowner."
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 9TARKE, FLORIDA -. t- .. h'111U.1{', .II LY ), l
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, ,VtiKICIl.Tl'HAL COIXEOKSCIIOI.KSIIII'S sistant) Dean: W
., dangerous; : tone in Jimmy voice : outfitted with plstoU and submachine HAMPTONMix / OFFERED: L "t'
, ", I, dwindled to advancing in the ........ College of AgrlciiltuK, ,
, WILLIAM jovct COWENUALSEV as his eyes pinpointsof guns was I 4!_... l..rrr l A number
GKADSGAINESVILLE : of
SCHOOL
HIGH ,,
'.t.r'! TO alp,
\ blinking: fury. direction of the circus grounds. III '08
'J ""I'' "I stepped out" said Fred, "be Jimmy did not seek to avoid them. The Hampton Junior High : Florida high been received already ')noshes\ 8vmlttee ,:

) J ', : cause you were my pal and a great He walked In their direction although School opened l here July :3 with un school graduates interested In announces that. ''roftl", ; :ll\6applicants
r averted. of hundred and studying agriculture at the University still huv. .
:. little soldier I stayed out. I could his eyes were enrollment one
':'s!i f" saos.'e'I n't do anything else while you were Sergeant Meadowlark leading eleven pupils. The grade enroll- I of Florida during the 1937-38 their applications, b." I"fln'tUba

,' rsoM rut: In btlr" fie paused to let the next the detachment, wall the first to ment Is aa follows: Beginners. 13; school year have the opportunity of awards are made

, ij'j', "j. AL s phrase sink In. "But I'm steppln' cutch sight of the fugitive. Com- 2nd grade 11; 3rd grade. 12; 4th applying for a $100 ocholarahip to I With vastly 1011'1', ,.,", ':

t I ; :, back in before you take her out ing to an abrupt halt, like a pointIng grade, 7: 5th grade, 16: and 6th help finance their first year at the in agriculture throngs, ri"'""

at ;, I of here this way." dog he turned and beckoned grade.making a total of 68 in University, It Is announced by and the nation this sins,Flan

t "That tells me just what I came : to his men. the lower grades. 7th grade 13; Dean B. A. Tolbejt. Twenty-five tracting more att.-n. "

i \\ !hat II... Hippn. So Far. ; iimin' with me and stickin' where all this way to find out!" cried I "There he is!" he cried "That's 8th grade, 13; 9th grade, 17 a to- such scholarships are offered to deserving students and prospc-, ? 8111''"
i tai of 43. boys with good records. and *"'
"
Jimmy.
agricultural
E Returning. from M Germanprlwn she belongs. him! roll.' ; ,
; to find the girl hrInter "You sure ought to know a woman Suddenly there was a gun In his The squad began to close In at a The teachers assigned are expe Requirements for obtaining a finding empiojnv'' i r 1 "ilia'are ,
t l Ko rump_ Duffy, engaged to don't belong/: In No-Man s I' han<.l. Rose gasped He backed nervous trot rienced and come to us highly rec- scholarship set up by the committee proved scale ?' '" k

hit I'lowit friend. Jimmy Da- Land" replied Fred wearily. "Andtint's up and face both of them. "All right. Davis we've got ommended. handling applications of which .
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sir! Frwl fHIII penults themurrluK" ( where you're headed." I "Stay where you are! he demanded you!" called Meadowl.irk... "Come Principal; Prof M. W. Morrow Dean Tolbert Is chairman are that -

i i I" ItO through. rather Jimmy was rummaging amongthe I tie shook his head aa' he along here with your hands high!" of Hampton: First Assistant Prof. the boys must have taken leading I At Your ServiceI

i than .MUTlNcr) ,)lim'y'''. h."pplIICMH. clothing in the corner lefound turned from one to the other, pistol Jim)', an Ironical smile on his R. E. Turner of Gainesville\ ; S..c.ond parts In 4-H club future farmer,
..- overalls focused Fred. "Nice Suddenly Assistant, Miss Willie Mae or other agricultural activity In
n..uml.tot, T UclrciiH 'i some old belongingto I on Idea was lips was moving nearer.
1+ +, \ barker. after the war, circus hand and measuring n't It? I go back and rot for tenor seized by a wild!, unpredictable Hamilton. Newberry; Third Assistant their communities. They will en-

t ,I" I Fred ditt'Oten that Jimmy la them looked up at Rose slyly | fifteen years, so's you can be Impulse he turned around He : Mrs. Floy Sullivan of Ther- ter the General College at the University

i y lntold In turtle midwesternIjiiiij "Glad to see me ain't you ?" he together! Well before we clear began to run. essu; Fourth Assistant. Mrs. Rachel I of Florida but on reaching ,I

murder He IM-KH him to .I ked. :'! out, I'm going to show ;you what "Halt!" cried the sergeant. I Gillette of Gainesville, their junior year must enroll In the II I

( "i Yf break assay, and U repulsed.Then "Of course I am,' Rose told him j kind of a piker you arc. Rose!" "Halt, or I fire!" The trustees elected are D. W. College of Agriculture or refundthe I
!" Rose Rosa and Fred stood. outlined in Johnson. J.Y.. Horne, and Lynn scholarship before credit can be
f r !! he tells K....... learning In a low tense voice. "Jimmy what "Jimmy stop begged :
I hut Jimmy Is planning a gang
17 t klllliiK# ..he luia time to lazy thing? ,| her as he moved nearer Fred. fled. They were unable to move school and l are very enthusiasticand The scholarships were obtained
1 informingthe "Pitt your hands up boy friend," too fur away even to make their [ co-operutive. Prom! Sears Roebuck and Company -
t thwart It only bj "If you could see yourself, youwouldn't Serv
Jlnim to jail ''he said.o'a.! ted made no attempt voices bel"'<.I. The, outlook for a successful largely through the effortsof Sta,
police. > KIH-H ask. Up I there I even for- AND M'.NCH;
while line, inears | to obey "So you want to be n Jimmy failed to pay heed tn the'' term of school Is very encouraging. Dean Wllmon Newell and As- ItoO\I
lor throw >enrs got how pretty you were. .
j. hero. That's Jake with me too.' yelling buhlndhlm, or to the barked -
only "
the
tells him it was !
"But said you'd stay there -- ------------ -
you 1 ",lImm)""' cried Rose "I'll' go commands to stop. He Increased<<1 The revival services at the Baptist '
ua> to Hi.inge: his m..d..f life, lied. Rose "You promised to see Our services
Pa' w and 'promise* lu Mint for him.Nh it through!" IIn '\\'hele you want! I'll do any- his pace Meaduwlatk\ jerked his 1 1n Church were quite a success. Much, courteous are daily winningnew ;

r'+ .. I trim-Is ultli I'rtnTs circusunder "I ain't any animal ti> llvi- In 11 __ I Interest was nnniles-tet.1 and the .I customers. Why not drive in and have
I 'church was not only revived but-
his pl.itonlc ,protection.Me ,'
9 tntiiitt it hunlfiieil lellouconlct \\ge deceived 4 seven additions The ser- your car serviced the Standard Way?
f "Hut they'te hunting you like IIn1.lnlmal vices conducted Rev. O.P..I .
were by
i
,
"
I llmin.\I to a ..' said
S !' (IH'r..n".Io' Look, She "Rose was right,
now. Jimmy
diirinif: :: .1:111-break.( : I .lli)>nl\ | Jimmy. "I guess I gut to no N. !! with the pastor Rev A. WE SPECIALIZE ON TIRES and
took his und lo him beseechingly. TUBES
r.-.u,lit". Hut shelter of I'nsl'scircus mm clung and pay fur what I'te dome" J. Turner, !Mis. J./ \\ Horne and

; < # and trlls Kiist. he Ims "You've got to give. Miss! > "ltthl'yn'et'llt In charge of SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
,
vouitelf, Fred and I will he outside
t up
minito. lake her uvva.v. I the tousle. The services closed< working every minute to have Sunday morning at 12 o'clock.

I your time cut down The Daily Vacation Bible School We Are Equipped: to Wash, Polish and
(''HXI'IKK: TtI.: .\ t: "
know all about that: snapped for children, I enjoyedby l
was greatly; Grease Your Car. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
II'II'"I )', turning toward Fled with both the children and! the

'eb Jimmy," said Fred, advancing to sneer "He'U look. after I teachers in charge of the work

face the other ain't teal .
man. "you you good sure Mrs J. K. Adkins left last Sunday A.A.DURDEN SERVICE STATION

t ''i.i" thought this through." I "Listen Jimmy" interposed for a visit with her daughter, ,

"I don't get you" was the sullen Kred, calm and direct in the face Mrs. T R.: Ellis of Due West South (OI.NKK: OF KOADS 13 AND %K. STAHKK:, FI." \.
r y answer. of the other's wildness "I've loved Cal'ohnll.l

I, "Rose. can't gi> with you -out I Rose since the first. time she bawled Miss Jane Daug'.itery.! of Miami I

i +((1 tj there.ove..ybo.1y: in the state at,4 -I 1 me out for comln' to see you at visited her cousins fettle Jean and
) ter you the hospital." jMui ,
Helen Adkins. this t week.
I 'You're telln' me what "So round to
,4 my finally
you got .
Rev. A J T'uner w.'l; preach at
hti i'ci '1 wife's iloitx" cried. Jimmy 'She's I| tellin' me?" There was u new and the Baptist; Church next Sunday 1J61UY1II'

i 9 i mOI'nlngIIn,1 evening.. There will ,
1 be PapUbni' :: : l service at 3 o'clock

1 p m. July 11, "

v--, WHAT :'11' and }oIl'>!, T. Ebb KliUi of Due NeOh'w 1937

| U'est. S, C me announcing the

I arrival of a fl()n on June 2H Mrs. SERVEL ELECTROLUX
L Ellis will be jemetnbeied here as
Th. JforoMJM RefrigeratorFOR
Miss June Adkina.Mr. .

IS YOUR and Mrs.\ P. D. Adkins and HOMES BEYOND THC
'
ii iii. eon of Dundee are visiting relatives\ 8M MAINS AND POWDt UNO .
thing you say! I'll never leave you, hand up."All here this, week. I v

never'!" light boys!' he cited. "Take' --.- -- I

"Ain't that nice ?' went on Jimmy it away!" I IH'KV: .. h'INLEt'I G 5- ,
fAVOB/Tf
I "
"
i ir.t he held Half dozen out their D. E. ROBERTS
: breathing heavily: as a guns spit
ts i Funeral I cervices of Duey L. Fin- .
t tI s his revolver within a few Inches of death charge simultaneously Jim- ley. 32. of Jacksonville who diedSaturday \\OICTHI.VGTOV !SPRINGS; FIA. a..,..... ... ;;

I 1"1 e.I's chest "She wants me not my had just ,reached a cage con ,, run 'n'n' /....,- .not ""P, .alit n.iie'. ''.a. mmcnn.u /w.m.tr.Iwuwu ._L .._
held In
morning were ,. ..
I ( i; ii to give you what you got comln' to taining the carnival leopard. The the Betea Baptist Church at 3 I Swot a5+N :O.wul.I ; w- r ale.rt r I. __ ...... ._, _

t' MAGAZINE I you!" He paused and continued volley reached him and the beast I o'clock Monday Pallbearers were: I N__ _.. ..u,....,..

sluilly. "Well am I goin' to giveit at the name 'moment. The leopard W. R. StrlckUnd, .1. U Lang. A. D. iia..t .or It It n .X. w.Nr .. .1..,_
? You .vrithed for few seconds, but Jim- .. ..
to you or not guess pal. a > T._. s...' rrM.q w
s Lat-'avor, F. Lang L Strickland, ..J
"Jimmy! ," said Fred in a low, my was silent and motionless fromi .... .,
Iii it and Alton Bro.xton. Mr. Finley is -------- -
''coinftil voice, "you never did haveno i moment he w ss struck ,
; survived by his widow and his
t real Insides Always had to "Now I recall," Sergeant Meadow mother Mrs. Laura Finley. of

r} have one of them things in your i lark was saying, as Fred 1. stunned Statke. and three soils William FUNERAL DIRECTORMy I

L1 S and before you could pretend toe and gtlef-stilcken, came slow Harold and Rowland. Finley, onesister Many Years Experience I Make If Possible for Me In 1 r.n'HKKFH '
CGwtTTBom. I ; u man Underneath you're still ly forward with Rose on his, arm.
MCCALL'S Mrs. lola Cole of Sturke, .
a, piR seated little soldier : IK.VT.: PROMPT: 1t1l,1 rOI'KTKOUS: SF.n\1c!
.v \ hayseed playin' "Jimmy Davis was one of my boys two brothers, Eugene: Finley of.Jacksonville .,
PPtHt1N Story Pictoial *ms < Tie
=> Jterdew "it Ruses: hlmlent to her lips. "St'l gea nL Meudowlark: ,' "replied Star ke Dot ial will be InVest (0,/- I DeWITT C. JONES
FARM .
f jMnmy! pale and wild-eyed, seemed .tll" "'. Florida
,.,' M /"" / JOURNAL tied with ijii.et bileine.-f.H. "Jimmy ergreen Cemetery with Giddens I
t about to press the trigger. lied Ihivis Yo II.' ;you i ::-t.ir pupil" Funeial Home in charge |

t 1 I went on speaking in the same quiet tie tunica sway as Meadovvlark, -- -

5 tone bin this time as If he were limly compithending- his meaning.. 1 Uncle Sam issued more than t i8 ,- I.KT: 'ru.1":00. : : r oft ()! 101 i: %IU HUt \\1111

1 r R t'- .a.liliesiing: a weaker and, uncontrollable stared after him.
.OOO.OOO postage stamps' duringthe I
pmeicN lint';Grih'a;.t Yr.% Q oR%; 1 younger brother I'Yed's aim went about Rose's last year I II K O O L-M O TORn

II ..r6 Mat 1 r ., -I yr 'Member on the march Jimmy waist Their heads were bowed I -- -- .-- -- -- .\ SUI. I .V; I': A N nUl I. !SI

0 tnnd.nbpen ,. _t Yt Cl emtiro""q =- I Y. the way I used to have to curly : rile)' were thinking' of all the past Animals grow live and feel; l\K: .M'.V! IOS"( : IN lit:.\IH OKI! ('UI'STltt: \T 1OIBSKIUKK

c Mctil1,1 wetaiLta 1, ?, d c'afar!:: M1nNnr I Yr.MiLen your pack for you ? Anlln the hospital :1 lime enough!!: later for the plants grow und live; minerals'I: : WITH A COMTLKTE LINE OF
_
j Pidun -2'"I t 0 o n' crn4 + '-za y how you'd whiny for all the future. only grow CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

___ ItM1rt nuisin' in the ward? Say what THK GE: f IH 1 \T
.d t Yin b yrMe THE END NEXT 'I'DII''ot'l: ; IVIOTOK RI'NS HUT
prlenjepm4.: a L,.., r'chrneea Yr.i would you want with a woman, I NOTICE i KOOK-MO10II iASUI.INK; FROM ONE OF TIIK-K: :
i 4 ppoel, t Yr. a Math n' .'+I YiM anyway except to be your ma and The registration books of the STATIONS; :
,,, a,1 ""i, a Pry Nine LI" .I Y r keep the tough kids, off?" He City of Starke will be open fur the I Kitty's Dad Penders 13.28
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f yt sate.nu.iul 11 / t.h ::? M M1.r I V6 reached out u hand as he raised his NFAOHfIIlZ'I( / registration of electors from
Q pA 1 M rr-'t VM I voice "Gimme that gun before I / Saturday July 10, to Monday August I West End Sta. .- Harrison's (Brooker)

s1 i glut e,111'y Ry'-7; y I lose my temper!" L 9. t 1957 Inclusive. D. E. ROBERTS Agent
,
1 I tlbry yea All resistance seemed to be CARL JOHNS.
tits A dapendabl prescription for Coldf BRADFORD AND UNION: COI:NTIKSVORTIIINUTON
d7N I .
a Yr, Imlned from! Jimmy with that one Registration Officer I
I ChJIU Fever.Malaria,and Influenza. I City of Staike. \ SPKINUSWHAT.
trenchant command. He suirendele'I -
At land
drug stores 25a or stamps to
r the gun and dropped his head."I ... ". Dear C..Jaetaonvlfe.F1a 6.2 -3t-j-9 -
guess Its all the truth Fred," 'I ---
i
t OtTlS 1f0. I OFFER X0 a 1 ha muttered

r Thl N.w.pap-' T,.1 All tor N"Only.. tltl.t II.w.p.p.r. I Yr.) A" 0..+?!; "I'm sorry kid," answered Fred.

I: 6 M.eed..p B } 10 3 M.OadaN } ":;0'11 she," said Jimmy glancing
$2. tram Group A ($2-40 it Ilo"e. "That's all It ever was

'letween us., Funny, takin' all this

'I orri NO. i orna 110. I time to find out that It should have WHERE.WHY!

this ft.".......... 1 Yr.2Ma AU Jew rial. ..._, I T", All alit been you two all along"
"a .... A rot. Oita.. 2 H........ A for Oelr In the distance came the low
Group } .... aro.0 } ;
1 Maq..rla. B $2.25 S Nd.al... $2.50 I menacing terrifying sound of a
..... Gro..p from Group B ollce siren Jimmy leaped to the

tent flap and peered out.

A faint blur was visible In the

0 Aat_ "I' N.N ........ ......... d Iaa_ '.ts I II>*tllnc... In a few moments It OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Am.rl.aa rtwt O..w.e_ 1.7' M.a.. ....... _'_ 1.00 mined If to the semblance of a -
Am.rraa, -...... LH 0.- -4 Lw h"..1 ynI..SS matching. row of uniformed ml>n.fo'I..t sr.Run STATIONSLight's PLUMBING I REAL ESTATE ...\ItI"AnE-t'Ln\UII: : !
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Li.. ad 0d. LOpp.rr rw _ _
:= -r.: = I: -
-'. 0s 1.71 pv..I.' : I pullet 1 Jimmy away from. .
i C_'. r_ 3,5 P.tae., (1"11I"1) INChtu :he tUI'e. Ha stepped to the MOT US JIVK YOUK' I" .......0 TWO' FOR ONE !S \I.r:
.. ,_ apel Shell StationKR
..
LIte --_ Las .Omani SI1Chamaa A THOROUGH HOUSECLEANING Purchase On( Putt
tl.iald IM.-..... Ill .naln entrance' of the trailer and 'Ir.lr
C.w.'. WI" I.M......... -....... 1.00CO"Iq 4 mined the door shut. !1'0 \.ING !: REAL JOHNSON'S (ilA)-( Pint'
> --. I T- IAp Ps sIO H..MooIft LND.a..amr FLOOR POLl';". 7.V
_____ Ill p.p.ler Iat... HIIoII'_ ...11DI. "Listen. !" he said. "We'll\ put you J. L. Simmons Self PollnhinzBUY
... ..... .. milttiche* &: fold Drink ESTATE :
_
VMItrr f- -- I." (mohd.ol) I Urms. bl.ickfnce! You can be the wild ONF.-GF.T ONE:\ I orE;
..._ .
.
1.-' I m I." 11 M.mt. .11PI. Plumber
." mmt sine, III ..ft... N .....". IJSrbw.r men and eat snakes clear down to Oa' und Oil Co.
Grows 1.4' fa..l..d ...00R. IF YOU WANT: TO Bradford Hdw.
... Art.Hiao .r..dl.ee..a 1,10 ...... Pt.r .... he Mexican! border DRUGGISTS RTY.s| s 'T.T. OH RENT: 0 \nerDenmark
oo ... .. SEE {'s-
Koo. oid. M. 1.7. spetta AO.I4 .00LI. here. Rose
i.. ....." WIII" t." Iur..mlrl rormlp a.7. ; they're was right
Lit.rnV Dlq.a 4.50 Ti's. Iron 2.25McCaal. Crtmi the first I guess I got too WE ARE
Nj. .... LN: w..: .'. .ri-- 1.10 ; mod pay for what I've done." & Wainwright PRESCRIPTION WILSONREALTY

He stepped: to the door, opened Ixsn: \X<'F. ACiF.NC'V; ; EXPERTS Furniture Co.

1 i .- a 1 .t Rose moved forward as if to OIJ Itellalile (Cointiin'ea'! Mitchell's Drug Store CO. Wi- .Ira n'hlnl Net. I'r"' ;"

) t Er.rslatr .1.r a. rr ar icier him. She touched. his arm."n..n.t .. Its 'p"
All T\p t <-' of In..nmll"lth (luck Deperldahle !SerlrC'AFES Stick Every' !> :
I worry Jimmy. she said.We'll I. oBTr11NG
Von'
Ccntlemeni Se"! II i2te a .
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be: doing everything wean '; -- .
C (ll/L'.1NIErt/ -
:
l I enclose S for which please tend mth4 I. '
.
.. What
You
.. -" Want :
''*'
magaiinet I hays chocked, tajother with a N I "I know' Jimmy: shook l his head DKINKIn : II."<. yon trl.llIn..IJr'j i "'In''
az a year' subscription to your newspaper I :adiy 1; He took Rose's aim and<<1 A r.ooil "'..\('K TOSPOTLIGHT

hen F.ed's, "I- since the You Can Find
\'er three "
bi'tr''I't"'
I I y IIET'Z: \ t'RIRYD't> in th:< il"p.n tniriit. It ):'
f us got together it seems like
art Name______ .
: hut's or me.bjen' jour Job doin' I hings @( !Jem The In This Corner 1..1'11... ,Irk the bulne"lie a wfuJ >
sJ fl Street or R. P. D.
Without another word he slipped 1L .
t
c JO I Town end Scata r isvay, went out the dot.r, across :strrlll/ed Bottle* A. II.\KTM.\.V. Prop. READ THE ADS h'i. one!.

: puI ilixonally Into the open. The Pause That Refrenhn.* _
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" NOTICE I-.t,.. III..... T 0...... *Taaea I. .........".. ".... T R' Owner 4t'ra.('..*...


All public NWU road of NE'4 ex *. W A cf In I-old 44, fn in Wnixllawn 19H 6 22 SO W. H, Walnwrlaht 4 S3: BOB JONES

::01l'nr19 Hi of Lot 33 In Wood-
of A" S 440_ ft law ti 20ES 122 B Mr.. B. O, Harvey __ 204B I
NKV of
33.100 NW4 1.1 of :NISI', of NWU lea.* Comments On Here
h rrby ..Iv..n that th" tollo"ln.. (I".rlb.o.J, I..nele. 0' ao : of A 4 S 440 ft _of f A for cimetery ? 82SEi 22 1' f. I A M. Flngfelder 1249B
KS
NW'4 of NWl, ... of SW, of 8KH 22 Si 20 D, n. Sullivan __ 827
.P, .... wl\I be n"t'.ary to pay Ih. amount du.. tor tau.a ot' 8 07-IOO A A N ISO ft of W.. h And Hereafter
of SW .
''' .. of SB'4
..t "I."Olllt. to the lIan,.. to..lh..r. with coat ot lIucli ..al.. lS, of SW14,; tlit'; ;; !\Ol':'. ", of SW 14 22 B 82 30 T, J. Terry ___ __ 12.4
tr 2 27-100
A N
"'1\1 b.. ..old at publl.. aut'tlon Oil Monda" tll. 2no.J day SE'' ( Com 3JO ft n of SW Cor of

ad"n.. un. at the hour of J2 o'clock, II CIOn, at the Court .\ C, :N of: 160.NWl ft ,of-4 SWi 64-ldO, Vf SI':', of NW, Irun VM Mere Intellectual training Is not
i:
ft. 3:111: rt. s 396 ft,
LlII'Ud' "'' COUllly ot Br..dtord. In th.. City ot Rtark... Rtala ofiF" -;' W of public! rOlld I .
" \.. W; 330 ft In beg 23 C 12C .1 \. J Lowery .. B 83SO enough. The more knowledge .
-4 -100 A 3NK'4 B n 10 Vellbrcm\ Mlreral Water "SUj of NW': of !NKl, 23 iZ! Pr r I W. Urow n b 17 he in
rldA Co ?.. _...... __ .. 364B 2 ._ on" N Hlile of NE': ofM nun han the more daneroiii|
of NE'i ex s, A In .:>, Bounded E by unless, his heart In right. The Word
T.... NK: Cor I: *x bont 7 AIn

p.o"p" ". h.... T R" 0...... .a t...... lumln 1'1'nr' 4. ex platted! .lane M Bloni-hard B> rd. S & .W_ .by. A.23I\ 22 2 Joe Krlio .. 2 I 93Mm. of Cod teachen that the natural 1

InV Cor & ex, a Lot 2 of RIM J Town f'lttul above all
ofI.awtry heart in "d" things
I'e 36 6 18 8/1 IF-nplr.. J.ulnb., Co) Mrlp 130 ft wide, N & S.
W" -- Went of Ry 23I\ 22 Knorh Griffin! 12.4Mr '
>r (S. O. Ha) ".., E..t.. ) __ 2003t V of Blk 4 & 7 of E>* of lota of Blk' 24. and deoperately wicked.I It teacht -

1\1 I. tl r H..-llhron Spring.* also all Town of \-.1"' Weatnf that man waft born in Bin and

... L sb. a E .. Hint portion of NWU of Hv __._ 23 5 :2C *. Knoch\ Orlffla .... 2453:
,,....., t 1'oI 2 1 11 2 O N. 0. Hay.,... E.t. ..___ 7.11 NI'J'i: of road ex, IS A lx.t 7 of Hlk 4, Town of that he has natural evil propcnHltlen -

..i ;; W''.. & ,In. NW Cor A ex, platttd Lawtey Weal of Ry. 23 21 E. M Bennett 547 A new heart Is necessary ifmnn J
I 18 120 R. n. Roberta ________ 6.73I land* In SE Cor ex aMrlp Lot 3 of Blk 4, Town otLawtey
_\\I f'O''; ;'' _____ __ 10 It o Jo'rdnal Land Jlank ._. 10.09 130 ft N I: S, N of Went of Rv .. 23 6 22 J. 1.>. Tlandall 1249W. la going to achieve anything
". .ors" .. _______11 7 It o F..dnaILandBank ____ 11,09 Hlk I 4 Hellbron I sprlnira 86 U .3 Green Mitchell __ 1897ft <:011I12 ft W of NK Corof woith while All
f WL, h_ 2G 6 20 o H. 1_ John.. _____ 3.31 Bear ICO ft S of NW Cor ofSWi Lot 4 of Blk 4 A runS govf'mmenL"//
.. r i l"" ,; NE'A otI' of NE', run S26I 1(10 f'V 68 ft, N 100 I: which man in his natural state hnnbri f

': _____.14 I 20 120 H. L John.. ___. __ ___ 8.1" < 8-10 ft, K 1434 ft to ft. Ir.M ft to beg Town 'n able to build have gone clown '
\ .; nf SW'4 lit right of way, thence of l.u\\l..y Went of Ry 83 6 22 II, TUIwardaK. --- -- 30 60 I
.. I' SIN &: NI,{, tit Northerly 3IH 7-10 ft, W Lot 4 of Blk 7, Town of In ruins.( Unless the regenerating '

... or SO ', & N.l. ot I 12.12 ft to ""IIn Mi of I.HWtevent of Hy___ 23 6 22 -- n Cmradin, __ 32 26 I of God gets into the heart
_-" I. _u36 Ii 20 1211 n C ))111.... __ _ 27.18 NKV, T.. 38 B IIof Maud Watnw-nght, 4046C8 Lot :.1. 4 &; Wl,,, of Lota 1. grace
1\ 'fW': ____.3" 6 20 o H. L. Jnhn... ___ _n_ 891 Com 75 ft N of Blk 4 on Bhid o 3 of Blk 8 Town ofIjtwley of modern man his civilization will

'". "r -: 'I. ____ n 1 6 20 /I Inplre Lumb..r Co. _. 191 of pnlilI.-. rond In Went of Hy 23i'y B 22 \\-. C A JeMl Woolen. 8 87 fall. Except n man repent he muatpnixh. !
"r f'W'; ': nt S\VI.. e,. 11,{, Hellbron "spring* A run of Ijnm' 1. 2 of Blk B,
on'SW, CUI' __ 1 6 20 19V.. W, Da.I..d"n n_____ 3.98 N along. !; E o Hide of *a.ldrond TIIW M" of Iwtey; Went Tins holds true of civilization.

I'WI, ot NWI4 litWI' 63 ft. Iliunce E at of Hy 23 B 22 W. C ttootrnMra. _ 14.80 Araeilca eon repent of her If.I
I : WI: NI.!. ofW' light angle* 150 ft, .\ II Kill 9 FLot 1, Town
,
.r "
: ..r SW', I: Cnm I thenfo S,; parallel with ..f I.nwteyfrt of Ry 23 B 22 Knoch Griffin -.. III.40 dint or perish In her lIn.; .. Thit' ,

3 "I_ W nt NE I i-Hicl road 65 ft, thenceW All Hlk 10 Town of Law holds for other nations too. W. ,

..I'r: SWI, ,.f NW'4 An HI right anglea ISO tey Went of llv 23 B 2tS -- .... M Lwln .. 16 60 have Itft God out of the .
;. ;w ,..1_. \V 146 2-3 ft t the pt of beg 36 B II J. T. C'Ulgle> .__ ___._ All Hlk 12 Town of LIIWtey picture.That I
's Gtin''do. I146 2.3 Com at NW Cor of Blk 4of Went ..f Hy 23 22 R A. Ulnncliard -.. 8.67 I I IH our trouble '
'/10 tho it nt b..1!' ___ 1 8 20 100 M. H, Mondy __ 11 681 Hellbron I'Iprln"I< All Hlk H. Town of Lawley -
1BE'. lun N 130 ft, E 440 ft, Sii ; Went ..f Ry 23 B 28 Mra" M. R Well 1 40 '1,
: /I A -
,' ." \ }o : : ) ft, W 440 ft to beg at l.oI' 1 of Half. Hlk 5, Town I

"V';: '. W of :lIcKlnn"yR'r 12 20 51N.. n. 'Mondy ... ._______ 6 4t light anglea I to & parall uf l/lintey Went of Ry 23I\ 22 -. A. II Hailey .. B 47B 1 "'\'III you have a prayer meeting 1 '
j ,, -
l -l I with public road 1 I "
ex Lola 2, S, 4 of llnlf Blk 6, In home tomorrow ? the .'
or ,.:W\, .21 8 20 o P. T. Knl"ht _____n___ 4.02 lot In :NW Cor of ame. Town your I

..of "g' 22 6 2n MO Geo. C. John... ________ 24.99 60 ft N & S hy 160 ft E Hy of. Lawtey. Weatof 23 22 Abble. S. Ilailfy 4 971 I II'r chairman of the executive commit .
U 8 20 411 Oror"" C. Jollna __ 1078r
'.' nf "W\. h & W 36 ::
; 1'1'':; ________ 23 20 80 Empire Lumbu C..____ 10.78 n'u of Lrtln 7. 8. 9- 6:1 M.ud WalnwrlrbtB _" 464 All niag S A I. >Hiillvy t 1 Town Lot A all ofIjiwtey tee. of an evangelistic campaign

,. 1.3 !Ilk 15 N"w :3 & iiu: i.f Lut* Itr<.f : 3266'' which the writer was conducting
Went of Ry 23 5 22 n. W Ill-own ____
.23.2. 8 20 lrnknnwn ________ :! O. 1. n I
-- Ilk 4 Lotn I. 2. 11, 12,
111\ HlHK Lot K
____.28 8 20 40 0..0. C, Johnll ._.__ 10.18 : Tow n of Law recently inquired' of prominent 1
"r 'WI. of Blk 7 f. all Blk X ,xLoti
tey Went of Ily \5 22 J. T. Reddlnh _____ 388
28 8 20 40 P. T --
.. or:1': :" -- Knlll'ht 402I .1 & 10 In HellhronSpilngn Beg at SB c r of 111.3; church woman vlo; was attending

I: F: '. nt NW '" __u 36 SI Maud WalnwrlfhlMr .__ 302 Lot A "run N 75 ft, for apt
the "Oh I haven't time '1
;'W'' ,rr.I.:: 2'1 II 211 28n 1'. D. Jobn.. __ 8108 One half undivided Interent of 101' thence W meetings. ,

.'1.01 2 ._ aJ 8 tt 80 ]'nk nown __ 2f,56I In Lotx 1. 2V. .... uf 7ti ft, N'' 75 ft, E run 75 ft, to get up a program," the lady replied. 1-
S'v' ot Lot Iz N'AI"r Lot* 11, 12 of Hlk 4 In S 75 ft to "
: \ of
L..t n .31 8 20 1"" .,. M. MUIII.. __ _____ ____ 22.25 Hellb'o", ""rln..:. 311 r. I MAud Wninwrlght.' 4 58 Town of Luwtey pt Weal Leg, That matement represent*

of SB', .____82 8 20 811 T.lf: I'.v..nll .. 19.73 : NW'., of SWi, 1W'a 6:11: !tl Ruby; Ollnnon. 224 of Hy UI\ 22 1.>. I.. JII.kbu"1). 1007 the "hlant" most church people f. : :
1'1. tlr "}o:'. _..___33 8 20 fO T. M. Bt..ven... _______ f f8'l of N\V k, of SE'i StAll Due lot rr. ft N A S by; 100ft have on rhrlxtlan work. We have
or s }o I. & 811a of KWI", of NEl s cfroml II: W, South of Hoti -
'4 "f SW'. ___..__.32 8 20 410 P.R. Col..on __. ______ 2f 85 2 II 21 21 Tare Alvarea 319 .I Ijot ex a lot 21 ft N AH thought uf everyone in the terms -
... "f I'B', _. .. _32 8 20 II 1'. M. I't..v..n.. ._h_____ 1009 All SKI N of road 2 6 21 167 Mra. .*, nnl'* R Alxarex 13 84 by 40 ft IW In SBCor I of We talk about
1.. or 8\\1. (It RW"' __. 33 8 20 20 T. JIf. I'leven.. _h___ 6.27 NWk, .. ... 2 6 21 un I W. J Fonter -. _u. 1473 of ..nne. Town ofLawtey program. program ij
... of ! .f "\\ nf 8WIE' / & NV. of SE14 of NI-:', 3 8/1: 20 W J Fonter ._ 6 tit 60 ft .V A S by 75 ft vl"ton.r'e think of '
_. ______.83 10 f10 Alfr..d Thnma" __ 1083 spiritual religion
'. of "WI, n Sla of SB', of NEi 4 MU.., 1II: W In NB Cor of Holei -
.. of So:', I: J'E': tit of :NW14: of Fl.;', & NEl, Tot Town of Lawley In the terms of churches ,

"WII of NWI; lit fOr >, -. .3S'a 21 8(1 W. n HalfclopR 19 Went" of Ry 23 6 22 P. Hill _______ B 27 chimes women's meetings I>
\\' I. M W'y. .. _____33 8 20 2 1I T. M SI..v..nll . &8.88 SWI, o-ji; ', 3 21 2(1Ki( f Reddish : 224 One Lot on State St BO ft pipe organs, ,
'.. of SW"i 48WI' 1In Empire Lumber Co. 1078II men's meetings, young peo t
., I'WI, 6< 8E'. ot N II: S bv 100 ft H & W .'

"\\" __ ______ 83 6 20 120 T. M. SI..ven... ___ h. 12,86 NW', of, SWI,A:of SE\4 fooI.of. BSW14 II 21 121* H .1 KnlllnaKmptre 4 Hounded N by R. R.Therte ple's societies social service, and a

,r S''. of SWI MWI of 5 II 21 41 1 Lumber Co.. 662 K. S by Lake SW'4 .
20 _
_.34 6 1/1 F..d..rllll"'nd ank 204 Town ut Went
7 20 1"11 n. _.__ __ O.70.r SKI, of SEl* __ _____ 8 8 II 40 Empire' Lumber Co. .. 691 Lawtey '
1 T. I'rwllrt A40 Co... 8311 of Hy 23WTI 6 22 Mr*. Bnoi Ollffln 11147 from the early church Everything
Lumber
.r '"", "f J.ol... 1. 8 __ 7 7 20 47 l'nknown ___ n__ 1862Po' All -- -- -- ..- 8 6 21 Kmplre of Lot 1. Town of I : ,I
of o: of .ifNEi
N 4 A B'a NW'4 Bant ofHy was ho simple. Everybody ,

of \Wlt' &: nf WI.NW'4!. ot I .. 10 II 21 t R D Reddixh 111 1.1I""y __ 2. -2.1-24-25-26\ 22 Lout 11 Mill u__ ______ 12.08 was too busy doing the work of .
I't. of :NE": A V
\\\ 'VI. of NWij : l.ot 8, Town of
.
Lantey
.. ,'',,"' ." g vf public 6 A of Wt, of SW'4 cfNE14 Kant of Kv 23-24-25-20: S 22 Geo .'. Tonne ___ 2422 God to have committee meeting \ 1,
,...II SE'. cot 8W% esI f. A of EM ofN .
I ., In ,,}o Ccor ._______ 8 1 20 1$6 lr5. Alma Shaw _____ 116.91 ot.NtS SWI Com at :NW: Cor of Lot 3 A Of course, they gathered for prayer ;
S 24il ft B 120 ft ton ,
run ,
NWl"of
VA
4 In !'}o: ror r.t SE", ot : : of'EM, Of of heir thence and when they cltri somethinghappened.
'''''. .. ____ 8 20 1 Unknown __ ____ 878 }'oil "_ ______10 8 21 34 Frank Thoma* _u 43 1r1I pt; ft, S 100, flV run BOft ;

3. f "f Dlk 3 Ward NH \ "OtRJ''i rif V 100. ft to )pt of beg "
.'111' 8 7 20 H. B. Crollby ________ __ 7. 7 v'l. At SW, '.. Si Bunt o Lnwtev' 23-24-25-til 5 22B DO. Mnllle Reed 9.77 -
< W C. Ward 1365
11 01' BI SW', of. SE", of NW' 10 II 21 1T I.iit. Town of
;I 9h: 8 7 20 n. T. OAt..rn __ _______ 7.47 !S'.j i of SE'4 __ 10 8 21 Kl Sim Kelley u_ 769 12.of Hv S3-24-25-26 LawteyBant \ >2 Mr' ... E. n. Harmon ...- 2 31W Our need in the ec'cleslastlcnlwot ,
,'II .f Jlk: II Ward N'. of SK'4 & SW-4 of Lot I Sub Dlv of 13
I. Lot 'lil' Is the need find In
_____ __ 10 6 31 150 Kmptrn Lumber Co-- 1426ir name we jl
('!tv ___. 8 1 20 lor. P. Math"n) 1.90t. H\VL, h Tow n" uf Lawtev Eahtof '
13 Ward 1'1'' of SW'iE'i 11" 21 Ki) Mm Iva RudeSI I us the political woi) Id. We need to get 1i
nlk
7, 8 'f Ry 21-24-2S-2H 6 22 J Harber __ __ 411niudya ;
CUy ._ n_.__ 8 20 Mrll Mllry Hobbll _n__ 818 of NE'i, of SF.\. -11 21 ) Alex t.. Barne __ 224 Lot IB, Town of Lawtey: un back to We have built ".
Wllrd 1 20 R. T. Ost..n ________ 6.88I' of "'WL. 12 II 21 41 Alex L. Barne* 402 simplicity.
lor Hlk 1 I"lIy8 u 949 Bunt of Ry ?_ 23-24-2B-26: 6 23E flreen, _______ 447 '
NEl ,,f SE14 __ 13 6 21 40) T.'IIIII Tynon ecclesiastical machine which we
2, 13 n T...'" 17, 18 Town of Law- an .ft

,I': k.;6.7.8,9: i, (.f Blk_ 18 8 1 20 M. O. Hamil _..______ .78t.5. S'6 of SWI. _of :NW14_ : :- 18 14 : 21 21 f>50 44l Lenier Empire Crosby Lumber- Co.:- 81 224 11 fry 21 1nt Town Rv of 21242626Li.t IjiwtevEanl >2B J L. Harrell ._n_ __ 936 cannot sustain. It costs too much ,

Ward ""I'v __ 8 1 20 J. P. Rtlbrrt... _____n 20.81f. All fhaf portion of NW:1: o of Hy 21-24-25-26 72S J. I* Harrell ___u__ 19.OSM to keep up the fine house we have 1

5. G. R nt Blk 20W. of ai'.F.tl: : Ivlng ._ __ Li.t. 24 Town Of IjiwteyBant built. It taken the whole crowd to I Iket'p
.,,, ,'IIY ____ 7 20 H. P. Oa.lne) ______u__ .78 y 2ft --_ 22 II 21 :Ir, L. T> Vlnlng 1897 402 of Ry U-2 .25.28 2SB J Hell 1 ___ _______ 233M
1% "Uv 8 1 20 rA Lallra E. Ba.t..r__ 1.911 S'a\ of SW14 :12! 8 21 ) EmpireLumber Bide of Lot 26, Town of washed the rugs: dusted, and I''

& :N', of 1a.w tey Bant of
1..r'h..1 0 BI.', r.t 1.1.'h.. ....follo..ln."f proptv N"\'JIofotN"t\j', .. 23W'i 6 21(1. > H M McRae ... 432 Hy 23-24-25-26 22 J. Bell __ ____ ___ ___ 460W things going on at homo. We are i

., : 1'011I a' SF ror ofF. of SE', A. W'4 of L..t 2" Town of LuwteyF.H.I so busy taking care of the house
'. nf !'WL, & run W N E', of SE'4 h' 23Lota 6 21 90 Federal I Land Bank 36 27 of Rv 23242&2AN B 22 F. M ::.1 )0'11.. ::0; NO yd... 10 8."III"Hlar 7, K, 9, 10. 11 Blk 21CroKby it '3- Town of and the machinery and the program
_
)' of Ward City.'h.nr. Lake Shore.* .24-25 121 Unknown 204 Kiit. ofKy Emma. P. Hill ___ n 281 we haven't time to take tbe 'I t
of Blk 21 CronbyLake 23242526l.i : B 22B
h II"'I.ry E I roM alr.nK yd.. I honceS Maid Lot 12 Shore* ,_ .2425W'j 6 21 T. )r. Stephen __ .. ._ 1.40 >t 37 Town of LawteyBuxt iospel to a lost world, so we are

&0 )'d. 10 b.", .. 8 20 I'. G. B. Col..on ____n___ r..27In of SF-'. 27Nlv 6 21 () Empire Lumber Co._ 1078 : of Hy 2J-24-25-26 22B Joe Cooper ________ 3 90 trying to do the business in a M :
8' I'W 1"(01' "f SB'. nf o f SEl4 & NEl4 cfoVWl Lot 46 Town of LawteyBant .
120 J. A. J McKlnney 1283 wholesale fashion. We used' to lead .
<"R. ... '" rlln E 18d 2.3 W.. II 21 .. 7.64 of Hy 21-24-2&-26 22 J W. Robinaon __n___ 467
'do. S O ,'d. '0 S DOlln'lI"y of SW'lJI.. --I-33 6 21 '0 Unknown -- Li.t 48 Town of LawteyBant people to Christ. one by one. We I

'".n.''' nt W on War".11 Id boun.City, Lot* 1. -3 of.Blk !10. _SampHOtiCltv ,- 7 21 J A. J McKlnney: .-n 672 49 of Town Rv of 23242526Lot LawteyBant B 22B J. W. Robinaon __n___ 3.81 are now trying to convert them .. : '

.. .._ ._ 8 7 21 @o Berry D>al __n__ 625 1
dory Hd 2-3 )'''' Ihenc. EH of SEi, of Hy U.2 -2r-26 22B Fannie RnblnnonFlorence __ ____ 231B44 mil Me. God's program is a "one i
III yd... ro "' 011' ____ __ 8 20 3 J. P. Robertll _n______ 368 :NWIJ; of hE'i A WM, rfNEl Lot 2. oil. Sub Dlv Kant. .
: '' A: SU. ofSWl _ _ by one" program., "Whosoever ,
"t 1\'F.'. & SElf cofoI 'ls"'iiL 12 7 21 HI F. } Ry right ot 40) Horr A. T' irtr .. __ II PI I.r>t 7. oil* Sub I'lv BantI.awtey will may come. "Htm that com-
,, NW', of SW', .- 14 7 21 _. __ ____ Fannie riurner __ 3.10 \
'ay __9 7 20 '7 Da'ld Col..ma.n __ 18 71L. 16NBi 7 21 40 W. M. I'fcrkerIdC -- -. 491 eth." "'VhOllUever believeth." Every '
: or I'W'. 9 7 20 40 L. CrvllbY __. ____ _. 7.17 SWI IIr NW ANW14 Lot 1 II otta Sub Dlv Rant i
'. lor -o: :'. u 8 7 20 HO trr."lrr Lumbrr 1"0.___ 13 30 S". cf HWH of ;.m1II 21 Unknown ____ 1367 Law ley' Unknown 3 10 man roust trust Christ for himsolf. '

." o "F:'. .__10 1 O 80 Emplr.. Lumb..r Co.____ 13.30 W-H. ,,.f of NEi SEH 17 1 21 fO Berry D>'al1C I .. .. 269 Ni.; of SW f-RF.'I A 84! ; Tbe best thing we can do 7' j
:nl. & I'E' of NKVi. of NW'4 of SE', 24 22 40 David Diirhnn .._ 16.40 I

'" 7 20 120 P. A. Crosby __._.. ___ 3448 "' ; of ''ISWI of NKU. .&_ EiS 20 7 21 Unknown m 1367 K'j: or 8WL. of SWU of for human society In to bring Individuals I
':;1, ':f 1\\\1. & Wl; ,10 A of SI-L. 24 B 22 6 Young A Chandler, 7.80
\W', t* Hy All BB'4 of SEl4 W of Ry K'j of 8WI, of NE"-i 24NWi B 22B 20 flea nor Schnell. 676 to Jenus Christ. We ought
right ofI ii".f:
26.75 I' -50 A 7 20 108 David Coleman
'of NWt, ft -NWt Of10"Wl -- NEl of SE'' ex 8'iJ, ofof St Lo of I'E'. I/< 8E',

& K'I. of SWlI IS 7 20 1010 H L. Hough ___u__ _- 2225 'I Ry rlaht of way & 1 ofSW'i AIn HIL.. p __ __ 24 B 12N4 60 !M B.
of FI. ,.t "}ol, .14 7 26 20 Mr*. LellA J. Hough__ _. 8.4Empire NE Cor of SEi4 20Wv 2] 7J1 L. C. Smith .___..__ 909 of NBK, A; N\\4 of 81,. --.-- ...,
"};" Lumber Co.. .. 20 Unknown .. ...... 482 of )NEi, 2ftI/ J2 120 M B A J. D. Randall. 4749
16 1 20 N/I -
NW'4 ---
1.
I. "WI1..x M 10 u of of 21NEl XI 01' Horr C 1'orter 6.91 SWof NE'. of SW14. 25 123 10 Willie Strong __ ___ ____ 4 37B93 In a fight between two elephants
A1 &; \\VL. 22 21 -------- ,
'" .,r I'F;,. __ .. 13.3"1 I of ; ; SE'. of SWi, of SWi, 25 6 22 10 C. I. A M. Dlngfelder..
? 7 20 70 J W. Padgett
-1
-
In NECor in
14 A ,,f SKI of :N'.i, of "SB1 lean 3 A NWl, Of SW'i of SW'iS -Iz housed circus winter quarters

I !l.o, N 6 A-8.A, SEU?. .18' 20 8 O. C. Kelley _u____ __- 396 Alno of rom NWl.87 yd of* E SE of. E NWL i.f, lit N'6 of, of SE'4 .Ofof 25 6 22 20 HI.-hard Smith ___n 5.47 one pushed the other through a

\VL.' nf NWl, le"a 1 A NW cor of SE'4 of SEVi k NW, E SE54 of solid.I brick wall fourteen Inches

11 if Rv .. .___.17 20 ::14 V. W. Hamilton u ____ 2405E run W S64 yd*. 8118 I .. 25 B 22 26 Ellen Tlmlale' ._ 1200 thick.
,t, ,.f :OOW: ___17 7 20 10 e.v-" ______ __._- l-ll %dn, thenre a little S of I'll, of N.,. of NE14 of.. _
1\ r'lSF.I: ot NE"21 7 20 14 O. C. Kelley n.n--___ E 264 yds, thence N 144d R1I, : 28 1i'3 IU Arrhu, Le. __ __ ___ 3.110W -
..rn ....\B" _____ 1 20 40 Empire Lumber Co.7 .- __ 688 > to beg- 8 A ex 100ft tS H TI. Wlnrlne ___ 1381 8 A of SW1, ot RW'4 otRf TRAIN M'HEDl'LE
1 !' & EI.!. of right I of nay road 13 24 21 un '
E "' &. !,W'. ut MW".23 20 200 "Empire o Lumber Co.. 32884D 10 A in "SB Cor of SEi : !l ;:f "f'SW1L _=: U : 2 ;htIlAnd'i.: ...-,,--:::: ..HSWL Our schedule changes April :25th

"m'.': Fj tr ;''-s; -i.If: 7 20 Unknown u_ h_ ___ 820 of SB'I.,. S __of. publirruad .24 1 21 JO H B. W.rgin. _u___._ 621 ('nm,a'ot SW M\VI Cur, ot"f SWI.MW", nt1)o 21 5 22 10 Qulll'l..y A Iavl... _u_ 6.93 and trains will run as follow.

'un W "n I'.c IIn.. 80 1 A Cor of W M, of L.10 ru.. t: on !I..o IIn. !'to Southbound
.hn.. S 20 ('hn.. E wlnoEs BoundedK .
80 10.
18 ft '0 II "t .f ".
.hn. to "..c line: 20 by State. road 13 8 IRS W..II dl n ___ ___ 289 'h..n... N 860 N, E 191 ttM No. 1-I>ue Starke 11:31: P.M.
;hnl to "beg ._._.._.:: 4 t SO 200 Bank of Stark ______ 27.41 by road 88 -_ _.. ___ 24 21 n Io; rt. ".. tI8 tt to b... No. 1:'-Due Starke 4-57 P.M.

'r.l. .K'"> 81, of SEU of NW14 A 55 I: NW'. "t SW'" otBE' No. 107 Due Starke
ij:1-' '/ .SWl. NWlt. A In Ni, of NEi4 deeded __ .. 26 5 22 13 F..d.al l.and Dank____ 10.01N 9:16: A.M.

.sr" 4. SE't' ..... by Wm. Jonea ex 100 ft 73 C L. Richard. -------- 29 13 .., foOE'. of 8W Er.t No. 191- Due Starke 10:39: P.M.
7
o
W right of way road 18 .24 7 H 2 Unknown ..--------- 817 Rv 2" 5 22 10 F..d..rAI. Land Bank 67lOW' Northbound
or "BB: ?; ;? S.aS S 24 A of NWl, of SE14Z5The ,.f NW'. of NI-;" _21 Ii 22 10 J (.:. l'r"vII.tt __ .n._ f 37
.
run W of
North 14 Acre* 1'1't ut ,,1-: '.. of RE% ot IE% No.2-Due Starke 5.00; A.M.
''ho.. N' 20 rhna E 40 NW > of SE'4 ex 1 A In WI r.f !'El. (If RE ..
} No. 16-Due SUrke 11:24: A.M.
'hn S 20 ,t-hn. t'o beg- NB < or A ex IIft right 13 Mr*. Add: Jackson ... 907Id o
10 A i1'0-: "f at a pt 10 of way road 13 23 21 tt tofS t fS: '4 U I II 61 E E. 'Iun..!' 10.80 No. 108-Due Starke a 00 P.M.

n: of ... t rnr ,.f !!I..., Lot* I. 2, .3 4 or Fracl 1 21 Bank of Starke ___ _._ 3316 11: iiiIn n SUrk aDd Haunt* Branch
run 1638 ft, Wj3f ,. : 1"a::1nl.ot"_ 28 I 22 10 Wuley 1" ",,,," __ 1 UL"
f'. S 1:19: tt. E 2U ftWO. N 2S-A 'of PEi, of'NEVile 24 W. McEver u_ __n____ B.03I. .. 31. n & W ot 53 & No 101-Leaves Starke 7 :OU A. M.No. .

.. IL f ;\\I"! .----- T SO 431 Unnnown<< ___._n__.. 88.33F.L.n"wt 1 *.* 1 A In SW Cor. :!9 7:1 FI. IIf I..t 44 (n "'ood- 102-Arrives SUrke 1:50: P. M.
& % of 1 1-10 A In NW Cor ofNEl lawn ___ __ ____.31 & .. 30 H. J. Thornaa ____ ___ saL"
.. ____ 38 4 SIB 50 J <3 Rosier- -------- 706 of SE0'' RV A 65. U. 67. 58 In'ood- Daily except Sundays.
\. of(1..t I "ot. ._ -.7-. ---. I JlVE'4 40 J. W Roaler ______nU S 49 5 A In NE Cor of NWVn tl 6 C Smith\ --________ S.42 I.. ..... n n 31 8 22 .. r'.. :Ita ,,,I\'I.'alnwrl"ht' 8 50T. T. J. GRIFFIN.
: ': ." "" ... all 'N-EII- !9 ...'.. I. 2 In WoodlRwn 32 I 2 20 W."I..". r"w... ._ __ 224
of8WfWof Cnm ., Ii I1n. ot NW" or .:' :' r.t HWL. ot I'IEL.' ..
arm road ____ 13 tlB I SEon \V IIn... of RYrllCh'
: ,.25 t 21 35 W. H. Wainwrlght M
"Vth"ilf 'Ivlded 'Interin"wT.v lot WilY &: run WI 'Aofn :olr. : SS

I O (t. N 210 ft. E t/l W ", }: W rot Ry _. .31 I 22 39 I'nknown .11
;'<1 11'1''' ; :; : .en : H :".. :t "::r, "'W'. r.t I'IW', of HEI U U 10 0"0. '"I""Ln 2.a.1W'
'ht I J R. 8 '\\ aod.n 760W nt ::00: .. ot :OOW'4: rot
r.ld.; ; pmtlon" :N: ofinjc right nf way t/l b"lIl_ .. .29 7:1:: ------- SW'. .. 36 r. u U ('. I & M 1lnltt.lder 8.17S'I

,,.. w r:"'nlY.road.m "tal.. Farm run- ; hN _:o\. 30 21 '9 Mr.. D. J Ryd ______ I t6L ( rof NWL ot SF.4 3 n 19 o. T. N..looll ..._ ___ __ 3.11
U ..' ..t SW'' I2": rt
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< ]I Stewards!:! EntertainedBy .n--: PINE LEVEL DOUBLE RUN Loca Bell Sumncr arc: Cella 8
lie of Saxlon. II1J
Pastor And Wife FAVORITERECIPES Mr,. H. M. Mrl ,'C..epondf'D'A Mrs.V.. A. Tjler Cor.. Mrs! Ed Griffis of Halford

Ilifl The Mcwmds of the Methodist will begin atPine the .wt'ek-tl1d With Ipf
8cietyJllrR. revival meeting nel
Miss Bessie and Lola Tyler of Sister ,
Church und their wives were enter- : I Level church next Sunday this section were visiting Miss Lillie brotber-iB.law, MI' ana Mil N!)

and Mis W A. Fischer at the par- ( night July 11, conducted by ElderI Dell Davis of Starke Sunday afteinoon. Brown. Qt
Church Street. Tuesday Addle
on
nonage John- Tyler has
Jack
I '' E. Hall and Elder '., returns,, hCIIII,
the after
night. Immediately following I'le Ga. with two spending
Boootolt Cream | eon of Savannah, Several)
K G. Duncan Hostess W. M. S. Met Tuesday gathering at 8 o'clock a short Mrs. A H. Johns sent us a recipe services each day at 11 a. m. and Mis. A. J. Hall of Palatka has Miami with her 8Ihtt'! sad 111onlhlli l ]>

t At Informal PartyMrs. At I Kingsley Lake meeting was held by the Stewards for Boston cream pie that we 7:30: dock p. m. Everybody been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. er-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs c .; brotb' i
K G. Duncan was hostess Mrs. A Z Adklnn, ..'::::1:1: ,, \a acre settled. week. :
have. It that good recipefor I Mrs. Andrew Hutchen-
seems a Mr and Swanbom
Wednesday morning at ten o'clock Ray and Miss Olive Ray were .<.. After the Slew aids' meeting a this pie Is difficult to find; !: son and Mr. and Mrs. Clara Hutch- Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fleming and Sumner of Suxtonver ana, WInlit,

i at her home when she entertained.l lessen Tuesday afternoon to both delightful social hour was enjoyedby therefore we're indeed grateful to ;' en"nn and children of Vanderbilt little daughter, Carolyn, of Miamiare this section Wednesday VISaing;
informally for the visitors in town. circles "..f the Woman's Missionary all present and a delightfulcourse Mis. Johns for sending us this one: section were visiting Mr. and visiting relatives In this sec IIftpl1l t
Refreshments of hors d'oeuvres Society of the Methodist Church of sandwiches! crackers, sal
Two
calte flour Poles
cups Mrs. Raiford Alvarez Saturday. are
Europe's)
"+ and Coca Cola were served to the at the summer home of Judge and ads and tea was nerved by the hos- tion.The |lglltn
I i Two teaspoons baking powder Mrs. Nina Taylor of Green Cove revival services of Saxton smokers
I during the morning. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. at Klngsley tess assisted by tier visiting niece
guests
i
i One-fourth teaspoon salt :, Springs was visiting Mrs. H. M. will continue throughout this week.
Lake.. Miss Dorothy Hamilton of Tam !
t the with I
Those enjoying patty Four tablespoons butter
it N with McRae recently. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Conner und
The meeting was opened The Sufferers
was
( ( Mrs Duncan were the visitors, pa. living room One and of
M.
cup sugar i| Mr. and Mrs C Phillips
by Mrs J. T Guy and the with taste-I children of this section were visiting -
s+ r t Mrs. J.V.. Mills of Athens, Ga, prayer fully arranged dahlias One egg unbeaten : daughter and Miss Vesta McRae '
led Mrs. Mr and Mrs. P. D. Reddishof STOMACH
devotional service was by and fern, with a soft ULCERS
Mrs Charles P. Clogher of Ft. Thiee-fourths cup milk spent Tuesday with Elder and Mrs. I
A. W. Anderson The president, Heilbronn Springs Saturday
Lauderdale Mrs. D. C. Forehand fect over all. One-half vanilla i, > HYPERACIDITY
teaspoon W E. Hall at Green Cove Springs.
over the I I v
Mrs. A Wood. presided night.
cf Albany Ga, and Mrs. Tom Those present with the hosts and Sift flour once; measure; add < Mrs. Martha Addison of RaifordIs I
Slade of Baxley, Ga., Mrs D. A. business session and explained that and their guest, were Mr. and Mrs. ;i iE. baking powder and salt. Sift three spending a few days here with I Mr. and Mrs. Seber Forsyth of DEFINITE RELIEF OR
Monteith. Mrs L D. Vmlng Mrs on account of some articles of furniture K. Perryman Mr. and Mrs. W. times.'! Cream butter; add sugar j her brother and slster-ln-law, Mr Miami are visiting her brother and MONEY BACK
for the it
t r H B. McLendon Mrs. O L. Beas- bought parsonage P. Smith, Mr and Mrs Olin White I gradually. Cream until very light i and Mrs Britton Alvaiez. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. B H. THE WILLARD
of.
'{ } t +t ley Mrs T. T Long, Mis N. was necessary to have a special W B. Sewell and A. W. Anderson I Add egg; beat thoroughly; adds| Ellis of Judd and sifter, Mrs. Lois Moore. bnnwht prompt TFPATMEVThu ilrtlmu. "-II.: ,
Bernard
The Mrs. Frostproofand
liy 1'' gternbcrg. Mrs. Marcus F. Brown, feiing at this time. offering Jr !I flour alternately with milk. Miss Willie Mae Kersey of this taouen'h.r: "*** of *'" ,..<< in?!.
9 amounted to $18.15 for local work Mrs. M. J. McRae and Miss Dtwdciul Ulcm ilur ui Hynr,*
Mrs D P. Carpenter, Mis. J. W. Bake in buttered pun in oven of section spent Sunday with Ming Sty,and ui her form ivf .SlmWt.. I rm.'
I and $9 for state dues. 'urf : I Lillie McRae were visiting Mrs. H. Irrw lnc" |4> p...... \ ,
p j Kincaid, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Little )' tE'r 350 degrees for fifty minutes M. McRae afternoon. It DAYS TRIAL. For cm"t",' .*
Friday ''D-
_. I The Society was pleased lo have I Honored! At Party Filling: formation, reaawith.. stay.
is. -- the and his I I 1 Mrs C. K. Andreu of Panama Church will meet at the home of .I ...1./ .'."A>k till I it-sr..g,
I present new poster Three tablespoons'cake flour
Laclif' AuxiliaryThe wife, the Rev and Mrs W. A. I Misses Gainita Hutto and Sharon One milk City and Mrs Ira Andreu and sir and Mrs H. H Lewis next BROWN'S PH,\1.'I \cr

Ladies'! Auxiliary of the Fischer. Mrs. Fischer gave an admirable /Hall gave a surprise party One cup egg yolk slightly beaten daughter Grace of Starke, were Friday afternoon. Starke, Floridaa

1r il l Presbyterian Church will meet account of the missionary Wednesday afternoon for their One-third cup sugar visiting Mis. H. il. McRae Mon-

l t Tuesday night at eight/ o'clock at labors of Adonirum and Ann Judson guest, little Miss Mary Carter of lOne-halt tea ovanilla 'day afternoon.
.p Columbia S. C., from three until pon Mis F. Fender and son Billy,
t 1 '! the home of Mrs R. F Fernandez. who worked for thirty-five Dash of salt ,
five o'clock in the home of Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. Austin Fender
,
g !hr. be an Informal talk on Spanish years in Burma India. I L.I.I Combine flour sugar and! salt in
'$ Special': feature of the program will Mrs. Wood gave a sketch of the S. /Hutto. me visiting relatives in Georgia.
I of double boiler add milk and /
Americans Miss Isabel Scotch mia The decorated top I I ; Calvin Thornton has returned
speaking by life of Mary Slossor. a living room was gaily
tK s "l Fernandez, instructor in language sionary, who worked for over with yard flowers, and the I I egg yolk; place over boiling water home after upending severalI
and cook until thickened stirring I I months In a 'CC Camp In Virginia.
+'A ', in Havana, Cuba. The de- fully years In Africa children played games in which t; S
Iii constantly. Let cool and add va- and
Mr and Mrs. Wesley McRae
votional will be led by Mrs John The hostesses, assisted by Mica prizes were awarded to the win- j *
nilla. : little sons, Edwin and Wayne, left
neis. Delicious refreshments of
r Hazel Aklr.slnd! Miss Dorothy
A ; Nasworfhy. Split the cake and put the fillingin 'for their home at Lakeland last
1 served refresh- ice cream and cake were served ss
-- -- Hamilton, light 1w
it. | Tuesday after spending a few days *
jtL I ;f Circles of Baptist Missionary ments to the following guests: The and the honoree was presented | _
with their Mr. and Mrs.
with a her aunt Mrs. L. parents
Entertained Poeand Ir s.V.. A. Fischer Mrs. purse by ,
yj'y Society) I :MISSION HLL H. M. McRae. ,
i ; J.\ W. White Mrs O W. White, S. Hutto. "_t ajt
W Circle Number One of the Baptist Mrs. Charley 1-:. Johns/ Mrs W. P. Those present besides the hosts l Among all the services held in r i Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae had

Missionary Society of which Smith, Mrs J. 1-'. Colley, Mrs A. and their guest were Wanda the past tour years at the Mission I las dinner guests Monday, Mr. and
i 4, r a Mis L G Powell Is leader, met W. Anderson, Mrs E. S. Matthews Pearce, Freddie Wlraberly Frankie I Hall the one this week was outstanding [ Mrs. E J. McRae of Waldo Miss

J Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Mrs. A, Wood.1, Mis E. K. Periy- Morgan, Patsy and Carolyn Keen, from R point of spiritual I, Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson City, +'
rr ,} at the home of Mic. F. F Flume, man, Mrs. W. A. Cessiint, Jr., Mis and Elise Green. I uplift and sacred beauty Mr. Men- i I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and a

r '' { n with Mrs Flume und Mrs E. M A. F. Sauls, Mrs A. II. Green, Mis. ---- I der, business manager of the Florida 1 daughter Dorothea and Mrs. Audrey r b .
% Thomas as hostesses A.V.. Redgiave, Mrs J. T Guy, Birthday Party Bible Institute at Temple Terrace y Newman and little son, all of r Y't e

j Ir Sixteen members were present to Mrs W. G Haile Mrs. O L. Beus- Tampa with a trio of gill I :I Gum Branch Mrs L. A.
enjoy the afternoon with the hostesses Icy Mis. H. B. McLendon.AndrewsDuke. Hazel Thomas was the honor students: the Misses Cavaneaugh ''and children of Rising, and Mr.l xaFa ty I
i ,/ and three new members guest Tuesday night when her patents and Miss Clements. Mr. Graham '', and Mrs. B. M. McRae and L
j were welcomed Into the circle entertained In honor of her a student of Florida Institute and dren i

After the business transacted bitthday former student of Bob Jones College Mr. and Mrs E. J. McRae were
was I Mr. and Mrs J. W. Andrews announce
j the hostesses served refresh- the of their After an enjoyable evening|I I Tennessee, rendered a beautiful -, accompanied home by Miss Eula b- '
h I engagement punch, cake and cookies were served service in Mae Dyal and Miss Vesta McRae.A .
j of and
ly ; dents sandwiches and! ice tea. daughter, Leila Dea to Glen Paul testimony lIong.Among' YT
it ,. to the following guests: Ovelda 1 large crowd enjoyed the fish )ttYk
the numbers
Circle Number Two was entertained Duke of Miami Beach The wedding I used were : I
by Mrs. XV H. Perkins und will take place on July 25: at Thomas, Velvadree Keen N. J. "Church In The Wlldwood," "Fol- fry at the tobacco barns on the :
Mrs J. H. Lord at the home of the home. Keen;: J. W Keen Junior Thomas I| low On" and many others without Crosby farm Saturday evening. J

1l latter on Tuesday afternoon at n .__d_ d Florence Mersereau M. C. ThomIas accompaniment, the beautiful ap Mr and Mis B. M. McRae and yA., 1S 1
three-thirty Lois Thomas, Lillian Thomas, j peal of the message was carried '' children were dinner guests of Mr. ,t7Y.4

L In the absence of the leader, Mrs. Quarterly )Meeting and! Leslies! Thomas ,| by the sweet and perfectly blended and Mrs Boon at Sampson City

J M Brow nice. Mis. Lord co-lead. The quarterly business meetingof Mis N. J. Keen assisted in en- voices straight to the hearts of i Saturday
i er had charge of the meeting. The the Baptist Church will be held Lritalning ihe guests. | their listeners and souls' were liftedto L. A. Geiger of Waldo was a

%,, t'evotlons.1 was led by Mrs ...... B. Wednesday: night July 14, at eight NoticeThe loftier heights by the consecrated business visitor to this section Fri
f Alexander o'clock at the thuich A large at- talent of these young peo- day.Mrs
During the social hour the hostesses tendance is requested by the pastor Woodman Glide will hold its pIe. The spirit cf the hour ruled i, Mary Stalling and baby of
served refreshments to the C. B. Price. I regular meeting next Tuesday and time was forgotten In the ser Starke and Miss Geneva Starling

iC following members: Mrs. H. L. night, July 13 at 3 o'clock in the vice. I I of Baxter were visitors of Mrs. H.SL Sve

trownlee, Mis Joe Edwards Mrs.A. Gold Is hoarded In India by all hall All members are urged by''| The m.uvelous ability of some of: McRae Thursday.

A. Durden Mrs A, E. McKln- classes of people, as a reserve Mrs. L. S. Hutto, secretary, to be I the local children memorizing I I Mr and Mrs J. E. Starling had

:>:ey. h's.V.. N. Johnson and Mrs. against famine and to form a present as plans are to be maue for scripture was also of interest to | as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and /
-V. B. Alexander. 'muriiage dot. the annual Woodman picnic. j all, some quoting fifty and some' Mrs. B J. Starling and childrenof t d
-- -- seventy-five verses. : St.i ike, Mr. and Mrs. Russell r

There were four ministers of the Thomas of Rising Mr. and Mrs. 1 I
1 Word present several older people Otis Gren of Heilbionn and Mr.
FLOUR 77c No. 2 Cans-Standard Pack ( from Tampa, some from Jacksonville and Mis. William Mo-jse "

l GREEN'SSTORE : number from Melrose In'addition The W. M U. of Pine Level a ,

1' TOMATOES 6c f to the regular group and
21.r.".. can I
several local who( had not before
I attended the Mission services. FLORIDA .1i t.a..6r ''"r r mpwt

Another Interesting hour Is in
I i RErLARD21bs25c. \\hole Grain Blue Rose. I store next week when Rev. Bar-

CASH & CARRY RICE 5 Ibs. 22c I. nard Petersburg Presbyterian will be pastor the teacher of St.

STARKE FLA. (\ There will be special: music again
i ii I by an out-of-town group.

WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY I 1 i UALTKK---.- -;- -.t:-. -\\ ILONI --

FEEDS-GET OUR LOW PRICE BEFORE BUYING I h f'b; d+,
Walter E. Wilson eight-year-old '
I.
PET OK r.KVATIO.VMILK nru BKEFSTEW. son of Mr. and Mrs Horace E. Wil- ;far a,, .t ari .ii' '
f

i i 3 tall cans 20c Lb. lOc son morning of Bronson in the ,Alachua died Tuesday County Y fr 1 AiW'p

I Hospital. Mr, Wilson is a native of
Starke and his many friends here p -
1 TOIM BOX ItOI'ND
will regret to learn of his son's I

STEAK Lb. 17c death. Funeral services were held l|
SODA CRACKERS lOc at three o'clockVedneed.IY after '

noon from the Baptist Church in

Kr I'KO.SALT. CHEESE, Pound 22c I Archer. DeWltt C. Jones was in
charge of arrangements.
Pkg. 3c
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NECK BONES 3 Ibs. 25c I THE r.MTEIJ PENSION 7'I.18=

:MKKIT OR BELLBREAD OF FLOII1UII.S UON
1

r 3 Loaves 25c STEAKPnd"; 12'/2c lou an A Kty niuirroKV<.Ue .% Pension t'p to | s vi

S30.00 i'er :Month

BOLOGN4 The appropriations have made
I ONIONS 3 Lb. lOc, over seven million dollais available

SAUSAGE Lb. 121 ,c to those who can qualify. Our
organization is willing to aid you.
QUART JAR LIEU H or
You must prove you are over 65
r BUTTER Country Roll Ib. 30c years of age and have lived in the *tvi

SALAD DRESSING 20c State for five years during the past Sr. ,e-4.4' ,.I, ,. $ fft.JV!

\\lnTE-SO SALT nine years and the last year In t'TN6

J.4R, Florida continuously, you must establish Y r"s o,,. ,
BACON Lb.1ge a need for this assistance -.* "
PEANUT BUTTER. 25c Your application must be satisfactory ELA Ck: ,

to( the Welfare Board. You ,
GROCND I can not do this alone YOU NEED' W/DOUS

r--pI1. PRINCE ALBERT can lOc US AND WE NEED YOU. Send I I MOST A flO.elDA STPIC4MENnMtJ I
12c your name and address to R. B. THAT mSAPP/iAIZS _
US
Key. P. O Box
663 Jacksonville
i I5c PKO.t |
Florida. The efforts of our Organization 1 SP/bGIl B&AR.
t DRIED CIGARETTES, 2 for _____25c had laws passed to benefit IN TNG
J' you Now let us aid you In lJ.NITGD C-n
LIMA BEANS Lb. 7c c1c
getting your pension. TATE : :
MUSTARD. Ots. lOc
_- The Blind and the Widows with' AT F/VAY

1' GREAT NORTHERN dependent children can also qualify i"f / PASCO COUNTY
BEANS, Pound 8c TOILET for this aid. The State Conven '
tion which will be held In .OQ/DAB

Hta BOX TISSUE 3 rolls lOc l sonville the first week In
Jack-I
ASPIRIN Box 2c \\, L. RV, :oItatt (,' In the western part of Pasco county there visit by the appreciative nature-lover
Ja 'k'
I < onHie, FII.I i*'! a stream that
loses
itself
i KF i I.OGG'S" CORNFLAKES I This strange There is one widow in Florida that is decidedly !
:NO.: 1 IKIsll Jacksonville, FJ:.. .\d\. of
II | body water which is
known
I as BEAR dangerous for her bite is sonUrnetfatal :

4 POTATOES lOLbs. 15c Pkg. 7/c I Chwk. CREEK drops into an underground passage She is none other than the BLACK

6- 6 Malaria to become' a subterranean river I It is I WIDOW and belongs to a small group of

I.. :a ".:,. not definitely known if the stream reappears venomous spiders rather common in the

Better AGENT FOR Quality COLDSDROPS I however, acne people believe that South. Tfc. adult female measure' alma l

,Ilq Llq11ln. TAfmIFT1 ....t dq I it bobs! up again in BoiHng' Springs, at Hud a half inch in length and is found umfer

; TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. SALYF JOD!! tlr.TI. ........... auHI..t iOn, about 3 miles away. The spot where old logs and loose bark. She is blackish with

: j W" 'jt -"" .".. --- ,..,.. f Trr "Ruh-M: .."_W.rta'._Deaf I ,this rt unusual i. Florida stream drops from a red splotch: on her abdomen. Alw1 "*"
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'IK.l.EGRAPH. STA1UZ FLORIDA r\.t= FIV'R:
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Theodore Young, Eddie Ray Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter, |r MI'. ;and;: Mrs L. A. Davis spent Dr. II. B. McLrndon anti Dr J.- ,

mond. Willis Smith, Bllly\Long and Nettle me in Birmingham Ala., Zthe(I weekend! In Fernandlna with Flotation Process W. Brownlee will leave tomorrowfor

Jimmie Peek sent Monday at visiting MI'''. Don ling's' ttlnters-ln- :, Mr Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary Da- Atlantic City, N. J, to ottnecl ?
Bits of DllytonlBeach.. law, Miss( Annie Lou Dowling and | ViII They were' accompanied to the National Convention of the a 1

w .' .. I Miss Nettle Dowling | Fernandlnu by Mills Elizabeth liar- Cleans Teeth in American Dental! ASltoclatlol1"They C '.
Harold C. Wall left' Tuesday for I --- ice, who had been their guest for will be away about ten days!

Tallahassee to take over his position I Mrs :P. M. Barefoot and daughters I several days.Col. .

IXa1NeCONCERNING an director of unemployment' Misses!! Juanita and Sal, and --'- Better Way MI.... Leo Wltkovskl and son, Albert t
compensation.Mr.) Mts. L. J. Green and daughter; and Sirs. D. E. Knight haveas a and Mrs. Paul Wltkovskl returned i isit t

; OUR PEOPLE> BUSINESS AND i Judy, spent Tuesday In Jackson their house guest Mrs Charles ) to their home In Lafayette.
and. Mrs. I'aul E. Canova 1 vllle.Sirs... Larsen of Lukeland. 1>11'''. Larsen Men women and children from La., Sunday after a visit here with
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN and children left Wednesday fur has recently returned from a three. coast to coast have turned to Mr And Mrs. E. S. Matthews. During t

Bonifay where Mr. Canova will begin I H. C. Brown. Miss Miriam weeks' vacation In New Yoik City Briten Tooth Paste for cleaning their stay here they enjoyed r

I his duties as a mate auditor Jacobs, and Miss Beverly Cady and other points In New York their teeth. short trips to Miami, Daytona

spent Saturday In Jacksonville.I state They like the pleasant, refreshing i Beach' SL Augustine and other Interesting -

Powell made a business trip Mr tied Mrs. G. B. L. Green were Miss Elma Thomas, Mr. E. B. I i' Miss Jacobs remained to upend the flavor that makes the mouth I Florida points.! I
Billy, Wednesday. guests Monday of MI's.V.. B. Mandy I Shipman, Misses Mary Dot Ship- week-end with friends Sir. and Sirs. J. E. W-I'm; had feel' no good.; -
ignmfay man and Alma Murrhee were shopping I as their guests Sunday and Monday .
Then too, they have found out John Burton returned to his
in Jacksonville Monday I Joseph J. Truby left Wednesday at Kingsley Lake, Miss Martha that Briten Tooth Paste cleans
Brooker j home In Rome Ga.
ft. O.!'teen of xvaa auHiness ------- I Monday night iS
T Brownlee, Miss Gel tie' Carres,
visitor bere Monday, Miss Evelyn Britt of \Vf.ldoVH! '!! for a stay of several months in teeth so much better This is because after visiting Mr, and Mrs. Sam a
i a recent visitor of Mr. and SIis. The Woman's Christian Temperance I \\Waynesville. C.. with his slater Miss Dorothy Smith, and Miss F.th- of, the flotation ,procewiwhich Anderson for several days. He s

Theodore Tlson Is seriously 111 In Clarence Melton. I Union will meet this week at ;1' and brother-in-law. Sir. anti Sirs.! olin Riverside Landers, all student nurses of gels! the bubbles of cleansing was acompunled 1 home by Lyle Anderson
Hospital in Palatka. the home> of Mrs. J. T. Quigley at J. W. Killian. Hospital In Jacksonville. foam i into hidden angles where decay >> who will visit relatives in
',Glendale I the usual hour. I danger luiks. Rome, Ga. Mr. Burton and Lyle
Mfr and Mis. C. H. Naswoithy I Friends. of Dr. W. E. Middle ton
Mis .1. G. Holton and three children Buy Briton Tooth Paste at the were accompanied ns far as Jacksonville 4
L E Moseley wa visiting left Tuesday for a ten days' vacation ----- will be glad to learn that he has
Sirs Jacksonville Tuesday. at Jacksonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs H. L Biownlee and i arrived Monday for an extended Uexall Drug. Store. It Is guaranteed by Mr. and Sirs. Andersonand
|, tiw in I returned to his home after being
d .-..-- -- family and their house guest' Miss |' visit with her brother-in-Uw confined to Riverside Hospital foi to ,give; satisfaction or you getyour Mrs. Jennie Mae BlukolyCOLUMN .
.1188-Mina Manassa was visiting Miss" Beatrice :Sloseley! Is spendIng Mary Lee Watson moved to Kings- 'and sister :Sir: and Mis. Freeman several days and that he 'Is Riivitly money buck. pt,
Fernandina Monday. the summer vacation in Jacksonville ley Lake today for two weeks. > Register' Make, sure that teeth
In Imp"o",1. y o u r
,lalapves with relatives. 'I I ---- --- | sparkle I prettily by keeping t their ENT A %WOK
-- [ D
Mi! no ilrs' James Lamb and -.- I IMrll. !|I Mr. and Mis. J. P. Warren and Dr. and Mis. C J. Gay anti children I J'h'8kt-' ; Blakely and son, 1 natural whiteness clean and glistening 1

|'JS'eII! Pat and Dolly Lamb spent L..4. Canova, and Mrs S. 'i, baby are occupying the Kicklitercottage | and their guests, Dr and !Sirs Billy, and Miss Pat Lamb spent with Briton Tooth Pa.steUM
,n, sy In Green Cove Springs P. Vandwiere and son, Pilner"sp'nt I i, at Kingsley Lake for a few H. L. Gay of Jacksonville and Sirs.R. Sunday at Jacksonville Beach us I > Bitten on a good brush every i iF'OR
,. '1 I E. King and children of Miami,
-- Tuesday in Jacksonville.G. days. the guests' (>If Sir. and Sirs. RobeitRaker mm mug and every evening.P.iltcn .
Mi an Mrs Arthur Rigdon of ---.- ---. -- spent Sunday at Crystal Lake. Billy remained. in Jacksonville I Tooth Paste Is sold only BALK. ; Porto Rico potatovines.
Grown from fresh Ga.
|.TIICkson'lIe|, were weekend guests W. Alderman of Tallahassee 1 Mis J. M. Brownlee is in for ii longer visit with lela- at a Uexall l Plug Store." )Draws $1 >> thousand J. fl. I '

lit< Mr and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. spent the week('nd here with his 1 Gainesville this week visiting her i Friends of :Sirs! A S. Clews' will tives.H. Your lievall Drug Store In the OigRt./ Rt. 1 per Box H, I"lu" rkt'. Fla.It .
family. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. anti be glad to learn that she has re Mitcht-ll: Drug,: StLuon; Call StreetIn
j.xy Abernathy of DnytonaIBoach I ----------- Mis. John Milton Brownlee. lUI ned to her home after being L. Brownlee and daughter, SUilie Look for the )RexallStole
was the guest Wednesday of I Miss Mary I'anovn of Tallahassee confined! to Riverside: Hospital In Madge, sl"ntV..clnt'.lay. and Sign. AdvA --- --
-
'
and Mis. L. J. Grl'er.. spent the weekend here with ;:; ; ; I Jacksonville for.evtrnl days. In DcLand. .. WANTED 1 Sapp pine cross tie
[r. Miss Marjorie Stump enjoyed u Thursday They were --- -- ---
..__ I 1 limber. Pay ten cents stumpage.Pay .
._ .
her mother :Sirs.! 1E. Canova. .
accompanied J home Miss woodpecker to out
by pecks dig
visit Washington, D. C. the first -- Mary rash for all moved.
Mr and Mi*. R. J. Davis have reJjrned I I of this week as the guest of Congressman I'I'I Miss Lumanna Djal of Sampson Brownlee and, Miss Mary Lee Watson 1. nest and tu obtain food; he every day.
II. U. Keree, P. C) Box 20:1: Lake
of :
to their home here after Dr. S. Sternberg Daytona and! Mis. B. A. Green. i City Nathanatl DyM of Palmetto of Edward.sville' III., who had hums for plcaMite', ur to call othei Ma.
.tending two weeks In Atlanta, Ga. Beach was the week-end guest' of I I I and J. C Watkins of Salt been visiting In DeLand., birds of the Mime species. Butler. 7-0-41
his parents Sir end Sis.:! ='". Stern- --
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work-end of -- -- -----
I air. and Sirs. J. H. Fitzgerald Springs were guests --
:.II'S. J. T. Guy and daughter. be g. i Jr., of New York were guests Tuesday I Sir. and tiers Clarence leJtoJJ.I Sir. and Mrs Percy. Cox, of Miami

I.MI'.g: Miriam, of Hampton, wereliiitors !I and Wednesday of Mr, and, were visiting relatives at We Solicit Your Business
Wednesday' afternoo.i. Mrs'! R. E. King and children of i I Mis. Marcus. F. Brown.Mts. I Sir:: and Sire H C Brown hail Theressa, their old home, this
I Miami and Mr. and :Sirs.: A. J. Gay I as their guests for the weekend week. Mr. Cox in engaged: In the

PI C E Knight and Co' H. V. I were recent vlsitois of Dr. and K. E. Canovn and daughter SIis. J. H. Boring and children of trucking business in Miami. lie PROMPT RELIABLE INSURANCE

J :tight! attended court in Sarasota I :Mrs. C. J. Gay. Miss> Mary Canova, were'lniling I Jacksonville and Miss Leila Den e\piessed: astonishment over the

| A jnesJay and Thursday. i -- -- relatives In Gainesville Saturdayand Andrews rf Ocala big changes that have been mude
Sirs A. Z. AJkins and Miss Hazel Sunday.Mis. In Staike. since the last time he SERVICE

M 1 J J. Rigdon and Miss Eva I 1 Adkins spent several days In I I Sir and Sirs. E. :II. Davis andda'igliter. was hereabout twenty years ago.
j:=. spent last Wednesday inIJ Jacksonville this week visiting lel- ,
goon .
J. L. Jackson of Jacksonville Jean. have' i returned to
J :.sur.ville. atives. spent Sunday, the Fourth of their home here after a ten days' Sir. and Mrs.. T. G. Carter nnd JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT
I
I July, with :'11'. and Mrs. L. S. Hut-i vacation at Clearwater Beach family have returned to their home
Mr ind SIra. J. E. Bridges of Miss, Hazel Adkin had as her While in Sletrit after r flUI' >i": IIONK; IS
to. on the way :'11' and Sirs.Pavis spending a week UITO-ITK) ( (01" !
'ksonville :were visiting friends guests for the weekend Miss l I i --- -- :I visited' relatives In Arcadia. with Sirs. Caller's sister Sirs J. I !>iT \fun:, 'I.OltllJ.\
-. Monday Yvonne Rac'ford of Cross" City and i I I I If. Fields.
Sir. and :'11 s. J. H. Benson and I
Wright Pearson: of SliamiSir. Mrs. T. :McLiitichlin, and Miss I
daughters Miss> Haiiet and Betty, :i I Ii -
Mis.' V B. Hairell and
MI iii ----- - i''of I Gainesville were visitors here i Marion :Stigener tinned to their I I
Irea are visiting relatives invi.k.nsvllle and Mrs John' Love Wilkes I' !I home Friday !In :Saint :Matthews: II I.IM-.V" F'aney
Ky rind Miss Catharine Wilkes, all of : Monday. I S. C. after spending two weeksheie '!

Jatksonxilleveie week-end guests ,, Miss Esther. Stiange and Miss ,I as guests of :Mr: and :Ill'sV LEMoNS Tip Top Grocery MILK I

[ \,:Mr S i'tews A W were Anderson shopping and Mrs.in of Judge and :Mrs! A. Z. Adkins. I i, Nellie Cunningham returned to I II P. Smith.( I ,1

---- I Sanford after { Do/en T.HI <', i
j their home In Sunday ??
'all1..b'lIe'ednesday! Judge and Sirs. A. Z. Adklns had) I I, I Friday Saturday Monday
:'visiting their uncle, .1. F. Kickliter. Dr. and 'Irs. r. C Mendoza! Miss "'
-- as their guests Sunday Sirs. J. L. Gloria Johns and hrr guests Miss I II 20c 25c

'I.fill! Alma :Mutrhee Is the house Briggs and son John, of Jackson)i Sirs. James Godbold, of JCkHnn.1 I I Phyllis :Stewart and. ;Miss WlmlredI 'I
|,1St of :Miss: Mary Dot Shipman ville. Full ('1"1111I" XX NeonsnCHEESE "
I I II I I All of I'
I I i ville, spent several days this week Lull Jacksonville are spend.Ing -
Lake this week. BANANAS 15c
I Kingsley 'wIth I her mother, Mrs. VV S. Stroman .' several v.<'<'ks at KingsleyLake.
AI I 'fanasFa:: and Jimmy Moore I' lb. 22c C.UXM; : l 1.\1n, !r Mts. A
: and brother, II. H. Stroman. i F.BS.
Miss Dorothy Wallace of Braden- of Lawtey attended the PI K. A. ;
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.m. *!., ,i-l'-iting her friend, Miss house party last weekend in Daytona i i Mr. and Mrs (hlll'lt'Y E. Johns I :SIr! ". Huh: '.1 Corpening,: of Jacksonville !'rases PrintBUTTER SUGAR 23e IIK.il)

ride Hemingway the past week. Beach.SH I I'had as weekend guests A. M if !spending: several weeksat ;

tit, Jr., of Lake City and P.t'j her home here in !Ptiirke' While lb. 30c LETTUCE Ea lOc ;pr
Sirs loan Kinlaw and children -. and :Sirs.! A. F Sauls" had as here Sirs Ce has h
Pettit of Gainesville. porting as rguests
..II spend several weeks In Jack- guests Monday :Mrs.: Slyrtice Hawthorn her uster-in-law. :Sirs Pete
nmvilleMrs. .. Iva Mae Sir I I .\II\' Kind 3 for KKSII(
and daughter
'' Geoige Carl Alderman, of Haiti- Brmson and! children of Hugh HI .I.K di.\L. ti
and :'1I's. Joe Rigdon, Mrs J. C
more, Md., I is visiting his grandparents : -- -- BREAD 25c TOMATOES IbSc
T F Lundrum and children Butler' and daughter. Slyrtice. anti
Mr and Mrs.! G. W. Alderman. [ Miss!' H. /el Stroman, of Sham),
II l Pulme Brooks spent the weekn Mrs. E. H. :Sillier! and son Albert, I and Miss n-vtndolyn; Shaw, of Slontlcello VINEGAR 19c

in\! -ness with lelatives. all of Lake City. who, 'vere guests of Miss He.t( XX hit.- (:rIN.I.1 .. .
--
--
Arthur Rigdon and T. D. Light Stioniur'H tiandmother. SirsV, 2' bs. "if..lSc
'NAT SEZtrsllllllilll..aliilil.Some: I II body of Jacksonville will spendthe S, Stiorriin. K ft Tuesday for Mon. LARD 25c ALE

I weekend with Mr. and Mrs J. tlcello.SIis..

: folkn look for qualitywhen J. RI don. Unite Sld -Hi-st .\K( HI. Bl \ Ic i I'arlutgeaBACON
they start out to hay and ...omelK P.)1 Barefoot and daughter -
I Mrs. R. L. accompaniedby Miss Ju.vmta. attended a linen lb. 18c IGARETS 25e
>k for price |>'I jlng no attention Kemp
That reminds me of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. shower given in honor of Mrs. Rudolph CORN BEEF 17c
to '|iiuilit>
\i L.'h"elel' of Ovelda, are visitingn Andrew in Erooker Thursday f
he '
I Uncle Mortimer! alwujthrniKht PKIVC'K < un 'I'adl'an
HIJ Tenn and Asher at the home; of Sirs. L. Anl'own. POI'1)"LN
\\ rt the ('hf''p".t miitf he could Chattanooga .
ville. N. C. I II ALBERT JOe' SALMON Ea. lOc
\\.1Io.- tlnd.- lie teas going:: to take a trip"

i
T colt ('....... It started rninliiK an he Janet and Lyle Anderson were visiting -I S. C rived l Saturday for a i

hit the ...Iorp.tnll l>y the time he I I 1, relatives In Archer last TueI !!- week's visit with her parents, Mr. ALL.MUJ'S HM.I.OOS 5 i-it- 12 I.ns. 21 1.11... ;

fit: hunts the suit ru.e. eras !gone I day.I I and :Sirs.: L S Htitto. She; was accompanied
I -- -- by Miss'! :Mary! Carter, $JJ
h,-5 lint ho did have a 1..11'1.11:00.1(: han I Flour 23c 43c 75c }
|I Miss Mildred Hill .of Jacksonville her cousin ales of Columbia.Mrs. .
t d.o. weekend of her .
was the guest --< ---- -- -
brother-in-law and sister, Mr anti J. r :P' yle of Jennings, La.
Sirs. J. C. Manning arrived Tuc--:-y for a two months'
visit with '.u mother. Sirs Fay
WKKT o II XF.fJ Olt FULL 't \.:-6 oz. ,
PEPPERELL PRINTS Mrs E. L. Biggs and daughter, i Gill.'hll.. -ere' Mrs. Doyle will
Dottle Sue, spent the weekend in he emptoyFn; H. C. Wall's insurance
PICKLES i5cSI MACKEREL 3 f for l lOe t
fovst) ('()(-XT St. Augustine an guests of Mrs.Biggs' oflV-, Qt. ? ..t
( mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. ---------
25c '-5 -- --- Mr. and M". T. Williams, Jr 'I FI-KII; OK 1'J..1INNn 9i'xlar' 1'1( h.1.t f'fU

r ( Airs Ancil Wainwright of Jacksonville of Washington D. C. are visiting
V YARD I ia the guest of her brother Sir. Williams parents, Mr and OLIVES 15c FEET 3 for l IOe

and 1 sl.ster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.A Mrs. T. Williams, Sr. They arrived .

R4v64 t'Ol'XT O. Andreu. Satuij- f-T a several diys' S\L\II IHEKSxINXi (lit RELISH 1't''V .'..0"1... t lUll
Y vl.sit. a

19c o Mr. and Mrs. W. M Wainwright ---- --. SPREAD Qt. 20c STEW BEEF Lbe lOc
4 and children of Tallahassee spent The Rev G:;* rfee F. Scott, whoIs
.\ YARD a I the week-end at the Canova cot- a teach- ,n Jutr.erD College at

tage on Kingsley Lake. Lakeland Itt; Thursday after
spending rr'.-, raj days here with his ,
I and brother ister-in-law :Mr, and \\C 1 1 M I'.U HKI
(i I Mfr and Mrs. F. A. Cunova an' ) ,
SIMPLICITY Ir NEW PATTERNS f| I children, and Julian Ciinova, all of Sirs. Fred A. Scott. !

PATTERNS DOTTED SWISS I(I Gainesville were recent visitors of TIP TOP COFFEE lb. 25c
;Mrs. E. E. Canova. Mr. and Mj. A. A. Simmon of I

15c I 29c Yd. i c Miami were recent guests of Col.! t
Johnnie Hagen of Columbia, and Sirs. D. E. Knight. Mr. and
1 i SlisH. spent the week-end' here with Mrs. Simmon me enjoying) a
,,,,,,, 1 r'r''IY i
'' i _' __ '' '
11'ef'IIYIIII/" '''''''''/ p..NIIIIIII '
.
-- his mother, Sirs.\ J. W Hagen, and month's11 at Keystone .\fC If'ns \S\ FRAN: IT IHCOOKt'UI..U ('IU\'I: !
.. .,,,, ,, ,,,, ":IBII, ., 'i ,n"il",I YIIIIIieei'Y' ''' ''' .1 .', .''II .gimi'iir,,'' "'",' other relatives. Heights.
P'" l IC..YWIY.III.' lu.''''' 'mi
READY .MADE LATE STVLERKIDS' BUTTER PI. 15e CHEESE 2 for 15e
returned to Sirs. J. B. and
Sirs. J. W. Kincaid Sir. and Sapp
DRESSES :BATHING SUITS;
her home here Monday after an daughter. Miss Dorothy Sapp' Mr.
extended visit in CattleUburg, and Sirs. W B. Slundy. and Mrs. I

59c I $2.49 I Waynesvllle, and Ashland. Ky., and T A. Steele and children of Gainesville MUSTARD Qt. lOci' HNS S Lb. 24e

,a t Washington, D. C. spect last week at the Brlnson

..,." ti,"", ti';;iiiia; i,,mil',,,,,;' Iutla: > "iiiiiMimiiiiMiiniiHi. ,,,,,, ,,,,: tut/ /"M< uHILDKE.N' "' ''''''' cottage on K.Tgsiey Lake

., I" ... .,...dAT,, Mrs. K. G Duncan and son, Kas- I TI'X\
IUUalluur and R. F Theis returned to Miss Ruth S:lT.pson pent last '
I < per FLAKES Can 121hc FRYERS Lh. 25e.U.LF.
GOOD FITTING I' ( their home here Sunday after week in Can- -ville aa the guest of I

SLACKS SUN SUITS tr, spending! a three weeks' vacation Misses Vide and Geneva ROIlIf'r'l
I ; In Stockton, Ala. She was EJ. ispanjed home by the
st1IFT'S ('Ut\ .:It HK..AK.HTJELLY
$1.00 69c i Misses Rfiftfi.; woo were her guestsfor

up L Mr. and Mrs James Lewis, Kirk the weer.t>::d. Jar IOe BACON Lb. 35e1'1'1..1'

"'" 'allinnsslrrlaet, -'", "-rm Lewis, and Lester Price Robinson, ---- i
all of Apopka, spent the weekendhere. Mr. and Sin! T'. W. :Mills of

They were accompaniedhome I Jacksonville were weekend guests! .\ : 'I'U'PIJ I.IINC'HtC.N;
by Mrs. J. C. Robinson and of }fr. and Sirs. F F Flume. They

STER'NB""RG9S II I Miss Vera Clare Robinson, who were accompacieJ home by tbeir BUTTER 24-oz. 15e MEAT Lb. 35eM
had been visiting friends here for daughter, Elizabeth, who had been

I I two weeks. visiting Mien Clara Flume.
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Continued from Page Three Ow.ee FARM
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.......-r1.CI.. ..... T R A 0...... om at a pt 100 tt SofN *. Bryan WhJtflrW. ('nr.
W Cur NW' ofNW' -
KM' of NBI4 oft NE: _. ___17 4 22 :0 Harry O. Stroht.lelt 6.88 & run rAl 650 1 7t. E. Mrs. L. F. Chapman
t A cm W Hide of NW 4y 625 rt, N 653 W 5.3 ftto ana Mra
ofSWS.LZN1Aforchurch beg '. -33 6 :2 6 Mrs. Annie 1'. Pettit 3.76Iot B. C. Prince were joint ,

____, ."_' ._____. 17 0 :2 9 L.rn Goodwine _u__ 6.30 2 or fllk 2. J. M.. John.Sub Friday. hosteal4
en.ertalnlrg
} Ni* of SC 4 A SEVi of Div ot NH4' cor at bridge!
PEW .--?__ __ __ 18 4 22 120 Edith Ph.lpR _____ : ..E'H 8 22 1 Mr.. Fannie Stewart -- 2A7Reg the home of Mrs. Chapman "
P NWS of SWVi. cx1A: InN < 347 319 It W of. Nt: Cor Mrs. Robert Kite To
Cor for church 18 8 2Z 39 Elisabeth DeSu. n_ of NE't. rof NJo:'. run S a recent! bride
SU of. SEW of SWVi exI 1 11192 ft. W 399! ft. N 1082ft. they gave a beautiful !;
Lot In NK Cur W of 2.47 E 399 ft to b"If. a4 6 22 10 I;:. N. Holder Est. ___on 1.11 embroidered
road nu __ .____21 4 22 :0 J. W. EelwarelR .__ NW'of SE4 .& SW ot vanity set and Mrs. \VftHace
i NE'i of. PT2>4 of SW'4.21 6 U 10 M. nboden ________ SW'. 0' 35 8 22 till Marle Oll..on __._____ 6.03 awarded a box of powder for sae
NE'--------- __ ___ ..
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36 .6. 22 20 1. A. Donall wit
NE, of NWS ** part. 1.14.. N'- ot nlng high bridge
heretofore deeded _.21 4 II! 3S W. F. Mott _..n__ of NW't W 10 A score and Mr,
/ NW'i N'l'V' of NL': of NW'.86 1 6 U 60 Mary B. Maloney _____ 17.64W'e Rfcharde received handkerchief

i 94eAcre.Book Iteeotr'de COat' pace InDeed 2 47 'I ...of of NE':NW', of SW_-!. --_:: 3 4 7 7 U g J.I.: F.A.Herring alelger ::--::::::: 3.18SW 6.28 as the bingo prize. The! refrelhmerits

127 .-._____. .. ____ _21 0 12 10 ft. S. Bradley ._____ 6 A In s. "or "t NE4 e>fNVI. consisted of delicious chirk'en
WtvofBlk. ISofR2 W .. being 464'%" rt E:
ex 1 A In Ni ('or& B'4 : : lit W toy lititl ft N k 9 __ G 1 U 8 John Green ___- _..u 3.47 salad sandwiches and coffte
? rfhIMISofHI' W In 9 4y A ot .hat .portion. ofK'a followed by Ice cream
Temples Sub Dlv _-. ___ 21 6 IS 9 D. I* Lloyd _.-_____ or tiW', "f NE' HDU cake.
NWK of RIk 4 S Of R 2 lying W or St nd 13 __ 7 7 22 6 R. O. Moo,'. _. ___u..__ 1.140 Those present! on this Uclifhttui
"
42 W & KWv, of. Blk 3 B of Lot If or NW' ot RE.6cof \ occasion: were: Mrs. FacLhvi
I 411 H 2 W & 40 ft wide E NH'" ____. _--____ 7 7 22 10 Oscar Osterman ______ &.31 u,'"
A W bY 330 ft N ft: 8 on 2 A-'n' NE. C"r 'Or NE'., .or Grlner. Mrs. Lander, MisVlirm,
I
'
j e: elde ot SF:'. .ot 'Dlk 8t "' __ sws 70 )ds N A :a oy I Mrs. Kite Mrs. Wallace ,
r H of R 3 W alit that : 140 Ida HAW 8 7 22 2 C. h[. Hitch __.______.. -- 4.10 Mrs. San.
x portion. of Hatt.' of Sw SK'i of NKS -- !9 7 22 40 J. E: Sullivan -_ 804 ford Retch, Mrs. JireirJe Ritch
f.t NP contained In : : N'. of SWS of- NE'' -10 7 2a 20 J. W. Edward 8.91 Mrs. Rlcharde, Mrs.'
last two descriptions. ': II NWS of NW?. of SW'... ..10N' 7 22 10 F. M. Oarrett 1.84 DJ''w. Mrt':
also rom at a pt 118 ft : of SWS.of NWS -ItSWS 7 22 20 Clem A. Orlffls: 224 Murphree and Mrs. Moncra-f.
N of. SE ("or ot land : : of SWVi of N\1 Sj.ll 7 22 10 X V (Orlffl -. 162SO :
I owned by J.nnle Haga. 81.. of NWS of SWVi ___.11 7 22 Judge JCnlffen ____ 8.9J Mrs. L. F. Chapman attended a
j man 8 run N 481 tt W 44 )N'a; of NEt, of NES-17 7 22 20 Mr.. hurtle Terrell__._ 8.17 bridge-luncheon given
a2B r,. 1'1' 486 ft. E 820 ;;" (; Ey. of NWS of NEVi 17 7 22 20 J. C Terrell Act ---_ -- 8.17 by Mrs A.
d' ft to keg all In T'PI Ely of /S\\" ', of NW'' & W Z. Adkins and Mrs. EthU 1 M Bigjr
Hub DIv I : _.21 8 :1 13 Den Dell ____----.__ .68 :f!! A of SES Of NWS A at KJngsley Lake SaturdayMr.
o r itlk3FofR1W&E'ofr < E'B of NWS of SWS *
I i t W 25 A of NES of and Mrs.
r fIIk 3 II nt n 2 VI" In Perry Odum
' }t HW'. of NE'., Temples SW' .- -___ _. _11 7 22 90 B O loyal _________ 8.90 and
t' Sub Div 21 6 22 U Den Dell ______ __.__ S'a of SWS of SWS' .19 7 Si 20 H B Wiggins 3.60 1 daughter of Miami viMteu Mr.
.& S 300 ft ..r NWS of SE'sW Odum's uncle and
t E Lot 6 of Hlk 1. Flnehurst aunt Mr!
(l Development -- -___21 6 22 C. L.tach __n______ of Ry 19 7 22 6 Foremost Dairy Products Mrs. J. W. Overstreet and
Lots 7. 9 of Hik 1, Pine- '::0. 414 Thursday
i ,, hurst Development I 21 8 2Z )\frIO.faud 14 Com at SK for of Sec' 19 A Billy Overstreet went with Mr! and
t'unI: 72'v' yd., W 70 yds,
lent 3 of 111k 2. Plnehuret
DeveIopment 21 6 II G.o. F. Young-- __ >'d., I70 yds to Mrs. Odum to Macclerny t< spend
i All W'4 or Hik6RofR2 23.. beg _. .. ._ ..19Wi.j 7 22 1 H. V. & J. H Saxon 16.79O. the rest of the week with their rel.ative.i .
of 1 ALot In SW
a
W anti all F.u or Rlk 6
I { HofRIW&NWvofRik for of SES otIE': of Mr. and Mrs W !K :Shame

i 6 S of R 3 W In !SE'' : .. _.... _..- 19 7 82 K. Trine .-_ 646 there. '
Temples Sub DI" e. 8 8 .44 Com at SW' ('"r of 111':'.. of

J t.7 nl A sold 1 :IIrN: Murrhee .21 6 2J Ii Unknown ____h____ SES A run N 100 ft, E Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and
of :NE'4 NEy of 210 ft. .S 100 ft, W 210
1 "h.:'. r'of.. -_ 22 6 22 G Unknown __n_____ ft tO beg __--" ____ __.1. 7 22 J. H. Saxon 2374 Mrs. Mack bad as their visitori
tin 1 NEL, of SE'. ot .SEW' 2Z. U JO Federal Land Bank. Com at SK for of Sec 19 A during the week their relatives! ,
ti'N :' of NW'' "r HE', 23 6 II JO Harry Aterna ______- run W 1160 ft, N 446 ft, Mrs. J. T. Hutchins
,, NWI1. of. NW'. 23 6 22 40 T. S. William. _____ to a pt of beg thence E of Ocala and
I., t ,+ E 8 A of :156 or SE%. 01RWI. 105 ft. N 105 ft, W 106 ft. Mrs. C. L. Dinkins and her
i ____ _. __ 23 6 II I Mn. Bertle Terrell : S 105 ft to belt 19 7 22 D. W. Swindell _______ 4,70IAinNE'ofSW'Sof daugtj.
,44t All Wu NE+% of SEy4r :O; ten Misses Norma and Elizabeth,

N of. road ---------3 6 22 11 J. G. Boyd _____ _. Ky __ _. ..19 7 22 1 Thomas Glllla .________ 268 and her son, C. L. Jr., of Dunnillon.
r f N 25 A & E 500 tt of the R .Blk 1 In Hampton __ 19 7 22 J. H. McUruder ___r___ 3.00
S, A : Lot 18 of Blk 14 A WHl Of Mrs. Mack and Lila Rae C'ald",11returned )
1 N flI pubilor udsWV.23. 6 21 28 Federal Land Bank Blk 2 _._19 7 22 J H. Saxon ________ 17.73 to Ocala with Mrs. Huiih
Fri, .All All BIb 3 In Hampton 19 7 22 J. H. Saxon ..________ lG.1I8
of SW' of
W'y' NE': Lots S, A, 7. 8, 9 of Blk 14 Ins for several weeks' stay

II&E'pofSE'.ofNW'or public road. __ .24 6 23 23 C. B. Strlckl.nd ____ & Lot 10. 11. 12 of Blk Mrs. J. B. Cone who was the
16 in ___ __ 20.36
Hampton _..-.19 7 22 A. A. McDonald_ _
NE" of NElf .... _. 28 6 11 .0 A. Eronke _________ 30 NS of NES A SWS- of guest of Mrs. Kay Roberts for
of SE' ._.._ __ t
HW' 211 6 ZI
1 a 10 Mre. Etta Brlo.on____
WL or E'6 of SE's of NEVi 1.81,1,9 01 right of week, baa returned to ter borne In

r i Yi SW. '__ ___. __- n 4 II 10 MrR. A. F. Klnw ____ way NES of Lake Butler
NWVi less 2 A In SE
6E. of NW'4 _______.___.27 6 U to R. B. Alvarez. _______ Cor .20 136 Inn Iv Pollard 6667
7 U
1' On. A In BW ("or 01 Ey of > y -- Friends will be interested to

+' SE'" or 'aE1 __ __.. __21 6 21 J". N. Holder. ___n___ E S'4 "of of SW'i NWi.of of NWS 8WS: _A 20 7 12 40 H. C. Green. ______.____ 9.89 know that Mr. and Mrs Robert

+ 8 1 1,of" El: tN NWS4 ,27 6 II 241 Warren Eo Perkins __ !SES: of NW'. -- _-.20 7 22 to Calvin Hartlln ____ ___ 6&4 Kite have come to their: horne on

{ Hby __.________.27 6 11 Lot 9 W of highway Sub
!
0 A. F. P. King ___ __
NW' of -SW' Div of FtW' of SWV1..20 7 II H. V. & J. H. Saxon ..___ 8 47 the Farm after a wedding trip to
01 8
NE'4.27 U
10 Kit Williams-----___ W"- of _ 4.31
11 NWS of SW' ___ 20 T. J. Alderman
21 7
H W 22 --
12 A ot NW .27
ofa4 6 U
y 13 Della Keller. ____h__ N'Wii of the beach at Panama City
A of
Beg at SW Cor ot ot SWS EV4
'I t "E'. & run a NE'U ft. SW' __2t 7 tl 120 W. P. Thornton ___--____14 99 Mr. and Mrs.! H. M. Rlcharde and
thence H 620 ft. thence EL, of NESof &E. of SWVi __
ri N 92 ft. thence Westerly' NES _.-_26 7 22 JOO A. Sullivan _____________ 9.88 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace spent
1< on N line or said 441. 52Gtt 88 VWS of N"'i ______.28 1 21 40 'r. J. Alderman __. n___ 8.17 the week-end, with Mr. and Mrs,. K
t In beg also beg E'' of SWS of NW11 _28 7 22 20 W. H. Jones .___- -_-- 4.10
' KW Cor of of .VEV1A at VWIJ of SES' of NEVi -.21 1 22 10 Lillie Jones __________ 2.28 B. Norman at Spring Lake taking
:, N run N :frt; t RC26 1 NKS of NE4ex14ASof advantage of the opportunity to
W ft, thence S 328 ft to public. road _.. _._29 1 22 26 T. J. Alderman ________ *.38
S line of said 40, thence : NW'. of SW'' --__.29 1 22 40 'J. WI| Salon .._-_._.__ 1.08 fish while there.
ti W on line 525 ft to SWS of NE. A 15 A on

(?iTl beg .___ 27 ( Zl C H. Gray __________ A W' 5 aide A N of of SES Rv of In NES NW NEW RIVERA
One lot In NW for of. W'
; Cur of NE'. of SEVi tIn
rf SE'i of SE', of NEV.neInK NE Cor of NWVi rtf Dorothy Sapp Correspondent

64 ft E & W by SE'. _.. 29 7 22 60 T. J. Alderman __ _____ 2510
'r + 110 ft N & 8 _.. ._____.21 8 22 A. J. WUkemonI _____ >"r at SW-Cor -nf NES of;
Com 106 ft 8 of. NE Cor of 81 NE'. A run N 220 >'d*, Mrs. M. F. Wlgg1r: :Mrs R R.
al FEW of NE' & run W thence E In a Southerly Andrews and Mrs. M. J. Sapp were
420 ft, 8 10G ft, E 429 ft, direction 266 yds to public -
N 105 _.___ 28 6 22 road visiting in Brooker Thursday,
r I t\OEbi"w\ I J. Keller ----____._ thence SE
One lot by; 10B along public road Mr. and Mrs J. J. Thomas and
t ft N & S In NW Cor off 174 >dH. thence S 82 yd*.
Zl.. .' .., '. Mrs. J. A. Bennett were hc.pplng
VW1... ""' i t thenceV 440 vrtu to Her '
n -- V.
_..
.T
> '111 NE'. ______________._. 28 6 21 Rogers Battle __-____ : ; : -14 A &: SE"rNEt! in Jacksonville! Friday.
I I ,"? All NW'. of SEii lylnr N less W 144 A 4 NEVi of
Urns Ethel
of Call Pt A W of. Canal I SE'. less, 3Vi A In NW Dot Sapp was visiting:

"' A: E of Church St ex the ".j41. 1/!/ Cor -__- .. -.. -. --_-- 29 7 22 76 D O Durham .. .._____ 16.64 Welch of Lake Butler Friday
''I folio 1 wine described : Beg at a pt 900 ft S of NW
Cor of SE' 4 of NWJ4 4 night.
frontSmith's; : run S 1320 ft, B 600 ft, N Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett and

tilda Lre home! ; The 'a'l's'I O.J.Oa ft to Ry Ry.to bee..28 thence 7 22 16 J.W. 4 Effle Btdsnbauch. 4.70 : children spent the -neck-end in 7

,' Episcopal. Church and 5 A In NK Cor of NW* of Adel, Ga., with friecds: and relatives.
ft Parsonage) J. ('". Hoover NWVi -- -.--.2t '7 22 6 Knott 4. Pitts ________ 12.33
home & u, M. SIMrunk'e Lot 14 of Blk 4 Sub DIY .
home .. _.. ...- 28 6 II 1'8 Quleley! A Davie of N',, of :NE'i O; of NW'4.29 7 21 1 Llaile Smith ________ 3.84It Dave Richard of Lake Butler
Lot 6 of nik 1, Orlclnal n 41 Lots 1. 2. 8, 4, 1 5. 6 of Blk
ha
Town of Siarke ____h_ 28 6 fl Unknown __ __ ___ 31 4 EMi of Blk 31 In spent Sunday morning with : sister
Lot. 8 of. RIk .1, Original Blantons Add ---__--...30 '7 L. A. & Stella Johns__ 4.81 Mrs. Marian Sapp.
Town of Starke' 28 4 II Quigley A Davis ____ < Lots Jjtm 3. 4 6 of Blk 11
j I>'" I. 3. rpart of. Lot : : In tn ..-----_--80 7 || :Mrs. Elsie Sparkman ._ 4.(1T Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andre
7 of Blk 14, Original Lots 19, 20 In McCalls of Starke spent Sunday afternoon
Town. of "Siarke -_ 28 6 fl (,Quigley Davie ____ Addition ____ ____. _.30 22 Ovid Haynes ___ _____ 12.33
One lot f>0 ft K & W In SW N'. of Blk 4 In Hampton.30 7 21 Frank C. Gould .______ 64.00 with his sister Mrs. M. F Wig-
('or. of Lot 7 of Blk 14, Lots. I. 2, of Blk 11 4 lots
Original Town of 4. 7, 8 of Hlk 12 inliampton gins.Mr.
StHrke ___ .__. 28 8 22 Quigley A Davis ___ ::; -. ... -. ..-30 7 22 Mrs Ada Nlmmo ____.. 10.19 and Mrs. Joe Moreland of
13 J6 ft 3 In nf Lot A. I of : Lots 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11, 12, Jacksonville spent Sunday with her
ilk 16. Original Townf 11. 14. 16, ID of Bib 10 In
Stark '..."- _.. 28I U ChlL" t). ... : Hampton .. .. _,_ .30 7 22 L. A. A Stella Johns __ 7-22 parents Mr. and Mrs. G. WAn.
1 L.ot 6. 8 of Blk 16 ex E : Lots ft, 6 of Bile 11 In drews.
48% ft, Original Town of Hampton -_____._.30 7 22 Jos. B 4 Mary Ackley_ 16 19
"Htarke _.28 6 II Cba.. G. '. Lots 3. 4 of Blk 13 In Lester McCuIlougb spent Saturday
E! 98 3-20 ft of Lot B, 7, Hampton ._ ._....30SUj 7 22 W. O. Seal. _________ 1411 night In Lake Butler.
of Blk 17. Original Townof of SW'i of 8W!i _.__90 7 22 20 Pat Adams ___._______ '.17
Stnrk. -------------9 fa Cha. O. I Lot 1 of WU of NWH ._31 7 22 10 Hester Adams __u___ 4.81 Mrs. M. F. Wiggins was!' a bUJII'>
W 36 :.3 ft of Lotn 6, 7 of Lots 5 9.f *E* S* NWU-Sl 7 22 20 K. D. Fort __._________ 6.17EIss.Eti ness visitor to Starke Saturday
ilk 17, Original' Town of # ES6 of-SWV. of
Otarke ..___n_. ._.28 0 21 Chas G. ". u 7 22 10 Unknown __-______-_ 1.94 morning. _
One Lot 50 ft E A 'W by Com at NW Cor of NF:' -
"0ftN&SInSW'orof of NEVi 4 run 8' 385
Ilk 18. Original Town yds E 25l 4 yds, N 386 DAVID J. WATERS:

of ,Ptarke 4 21 Mn. Clara L. Peek._ d'iE'; :tl : to beg David J. Waters, 69. retired
Lots 6. 7, of Blk 19, Orl l- ; ; 4 I3' lets. 6 A
nal Town of Mlarka_.__28 6 U 1. ". Dayl. Ir. ____ In NE Cur 4, 3AInSW farmer, died Monday eight at the
Lot 6 ex N 1 10 ft of Wly A ; Cor ___________________35 1 22 52 W. W. Packfcam 23.41 home of his son-in-law, Victor B.
M 10'ft of Lot Vfu of NW' of SWVi __38 7 22 20 T. B. Trlest 2."
Blk 20, Original I ':o.J sw>i of NWV\ _-____?___ a 8 21 40 Unknown ..__......... '.31 Stewart tn Jacksonville following]
of Stark, ._ 28Hi 6 f8 I). C. Llylnselon ____ : Be* at a pt on W side of an illness of several weeks., He ", a 1
it, !9riginal; Town 99 Ry right of way on N 7
line of Sea' I A run S on born in Bradford County August .
Starke ..._..28 4 U Chan... C. Wcodbrl4ct
Lot 8 of Elk 26. Original !' : rlcht of nay 95 yds. W 1867, and lived here practically all
Town of Stark _28 4 II Mre. Minnie '. .. 36 yds.. N 96 yds to said he
6, 8 of Blk l 27, Orlc Sec line, thence E on his life. About six months ago
.Lo1''a1.: Town of Starke..28 6 U Mr.... Anna O. Murrhee said line to bes;_"14- A inNEofof Jacksonville from Lake
' ES of Lot 1. 3, 6 of Rib 60 NW'-_________ 2 8 22! 1 U. P. Davis __________ 6.61 moved to
of the
W WVa ofsfeti Butler. He a member
was
I; 28, Original Town of I or ht-
Starke ________________21 6 Loea C. Sweat u____ ....__. 3 8 22 60 Unknown ltJ! vllle five sons Willie Archie John
One lot 80 ft *<] In NE Cor 8W1 of NWtt _______.__ 4) 8 22 40 W. p. Harden........ ; at
of Blk 29 an. extended on NE', of SE4 _____n_..__ S 8 23 40 W. P. Harden 6.88NEli were held at 11 a. m. Wednesday
Eneys Map. Original E>.!! of W>j, of NE i of Survivors are bi
Church of Christ.
' Town of. !Starke _28 6 U L A. Davie Jr. ______ SE. WU of EH of
i Lot 2 of Blk 32.? J. -M. of NE% __________ t 9 M IB Mrs Minnie L. Trlplett.. C.6I widow Mrs. Celie Waters; three
Johns Addition to ; : : Su, or NE. .74Wf Stewart and
Stark 28 6 n Mary B. Maloney ____ i'lE"e' -- ______ 10 I II 120 Unknown _______._____ 10.12 daughters Mrs. Etta
S10ftofLot6.&alLotr :,: } vii of NW y-of BE".s:>01A Mrs. Bertha Warren Jacksonvilleand
Lot 8 of Bib 34. J. M.Johns : (A ex take 10 A)____13 9 II 4 D. O. Stewart. J. E. Gainesville
Addition to Iiarson ............... ..1. Mrs. Mattie Moore
Stark. ... .. ___ _29 6 U D C. Kinlaw _______ : N 23 A of W* of NVi of ; five sons, Willie Archie. John
Lot 2. 4 of Blk 9d.. J. M. :-IE'. -_ ___.14 I 22 26 Leonora. Minnick _-____ 10." and David J. Waters Jr., all ot
.lohnft Addition to S.j of Nth of NES W of

btarke __ .. 28 8 II J. T. Quincy _______ J feSi & Sts of NEl* 0* Lake Butler and Jeff Water, Vero
t LntH 1. 2 of Bib 37, I.M NW'. ___nn:5 I 22 48 F M A Alletta OFlemlnc Ben
F I: Beach and three brother
, Johns Addition to I -----....._-.-. 14.27 ,
pi tarke< _h-___ .._ _21 6 21 D. C. Jon. _. SVi ofNWi4 SES of SW'i? of Thomas and Irvin Waters! all ot
a Lo's3.4&N20ftofLotI nn : ____--9 22 6 Isaac :Mitchell ________ 1.11 services
: 09 Lake Butler. Funeral
cf nik 37 J. M Johns C. A. KNIGHT Tax Florida
: : : Collector Bradford County, at
Addition to Starke .2J 6 21 J. T. Quigley ______ were heir at 11 a. Wednesday
2'rAEof Ry In 8W Coeof Creek Cemetery.
I'' ,
N by Johns Add. W :' BOREE FUNERAL HOME .
by Ry, S by See tine, also of the
lots k. 10 of Blk 47. J. Full Umt of Caaheta Undertaker Sop..Urs. On the monthly menus
M Johns Addition to AMBCLANCB> 8BRVIO- Florida State Prison farm U :58.
:
t, Starke _21 6 II J. G. Boyd _n_______
DAY AND NIGHT 400 pounds of meat.
Lot 3 of Blk 1 I. LIvlnajHton, -
TrubY & Co'. Additionto ,
Starke' -..___21 6 JI G. C. Livingston __ 53 PHONE 53 -
Lots 4. 6 of Blk 1. Livle 00 O. H. BENNETT. M....
ton, Truby A Go's Addition

to Starke _.______21 6 fa J: W. Edwards ______ ': III"A HOME-L1KE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
Lets 8, 6, 7 of Blk 8. LlTInaston -
Truby A Co'
Addition to Starke --__II 4 II a. c. Livingston ____ ra.e.e.erf-- - -e_- -.r.I
Lots 4, 11 of Blk 11, Llv-
tnaaton Truby A Co'aJ.fIdgltitnl1tl ; :

' Ktarke' -29 6 22 J: O. Boyd __________ SERVICE STATION
11, Llvingeton l :
Truby A Cob Addition -
:! Let .. kelp you
to "Murke .h_. _._21 6 :1 Unknown ._ ____ ... >
h
Lot T of Hlk 11, LlvlnaKton : : I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSATLAS w /late taa.raaee
Truby A Co's Addition law/ will .....
to Starke _21 4 2' .
Hay. Sternberw } ,.." ".aryllo.werrr
Let 8 of Bib 14, Llvlnnton. -
Truby A Co's Addition TIRES _.ro.f.
, TUBES AND BATTERIES. OUR TIRES AND
y to UTarke _.28 8 :U a. H. Bennett _n_ ;: : BATTERIES ARE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED
Lets J. 2 of Blk 16, LlvInirMon. -
J Truhy A <;'u'. 98 FOR ONE YEAR AND 18 IIONTIIS.WA911'1NGPOUSIDNGWAXINGOREASING.
Addition to Stark ..__-_21 4 n J C T..rr..U. Agent ;
p Lotn ]. z, 3, 12. 13. 14 of A Specialty! .
l r Hlk 18, Livingston Tru- ; 4 e
by A" Cn's Addition to I

1 Lets Mark 1.1ft\ _Bik''18.' ..LlvlncMim -,.-28 4 U W F. Mott __ : > : FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60

Truby A CD'S Ad- >
dition tq mark Bib.. II 6 II J. O. Boyd -_._. ___ ; ASK ABOUT Our Prices FLA. MOTORLINES
Lou t, 9, 14 of .,. EAST PAYMENTPLAN
yyy l Trnl V CO'M .
Addition :; '
yyy to Stsrke 28 8 22 John M Seymour ON TIRES AGENT
tote> J, 2, 13. II of Blk 26, Are Right
Livingston, Truby: tt BATTERIES LACY CONWAYexamen.wss
Co' Addition to Htark 29 4 22 J H. Moore -






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,pi JCLY 9 1937

I FgpP\Y, __ RRADP'ORD' COUNTY UOR\PH.: STARKE P'LORm.t
,
;: DIILECTORY1gg.T : ::: ; :.:.-.... '. -._ ._ ___ n' __ ..\OE !iiP."el'tstKKr :
: -
CHURCH
. : rttl/1 NINETY DY8 NOT tXOI'OJI- K.NTOMOI-Ofil'ST.S: !IT"O'- -

\Pfl3r CHURCH r ST PETERSBURG AttorneyC CONTROL OK MC\V. PEST: l i,

ite. C Brlce' I"0'. I I. Gary says that the state supreme TKOTBUNtl FMtM: CHOPS i '
sunddY School! 10 o'clock a. m., LIVE STATE NEWS court will\ be asked to rulen

A j Tnotnai' Supt. "> circuit Judge John I. Vlney's GAINESVILLE Entomologists!i I II'
FARMERS SECTION
11 a, m.
'. Morning Worship News or holding tha ninety-days sojournin of. the Florida Agricultural Experiment '
meets at 6:30: p. m. Florida in Short Paragraphs '
p U Florida doe &
. R. y not constitute residence Station; ate enJeavoiing! to
t Evening VVorshlp 8:00: p m. I and does nut qualify a per rind und develop control mensuies' Conducted by Demonstration Aaents i iif }
Teachers Meeting!: Wednesday son lo file suit for
g s divorce The fur a crop pest new to Florida a
, 7 15 p. m. judge made the ruling when he dismissed weevil from South Amerlcu which I
week Prayer service Wed- a divorce suit filed has a
J ybd- by Mary gained a foothold In Okaloosaand
Bajav *OOP> \ m. l SNAKK: RITE FATAIKISS1MMEE BEE (\I'1'oY.S \\ICKCK Colms Sanderson against her hus- Walton\ Counties of Florida I

MKlHODIS-TCHrUCH I -M.\ Harrell 30 TAMPA Four persons required band, John Phillips Sanderson executive and contiguous counties of Al.i- I

, .' : \\'. ,\. Fisher' Pastor Daytona Beach grocery store manager hospital attention here all becausea secretary of the Rochester bama. While the gtubs or larvae RURAL Hints To Housewives I '

s B.v. School 10 a. m. II died at u local hospital after bee wandered in the open window N. Y.. family welfare society. of this weevil attack underground I
Sunday being bitten by a rattlesnake he -- .. of COMMON SENSE
Mornu'iiT Worship-11 a. m.Epworth as of u moving car and lighted; on parts most field crops and
I- stepped' from his car. a ten-months-old baby. "I triedto LAKE GETS $SOOMH( weeds, the weevil Is nut a flyer andconsequently Weekly from house Demonstration
League-7:15: p. m. '
Br !SPUDS JOHNSON
e Worship p. m.Prll'er w--Al.VMKIES -- brush it off before It stung her" LEESBURG Lake Counly'sm..lon does not spieiid rap : !Speclallete. Tallahassee

Evening meeting Wednesday at BITING $.->,(MM> Lamar Sawyer driver of the car season which ended today idly.

I JACKSONVILLE Duvul County told hospital atten.hints "but I hrought an estimated $300,000 Principal danger seen at present I UU'UUl'STI.I.t. : OF CHII.DKF.N'S ('IX>THES

an m.You invited to all these servo commissioners have anthoilzed must have jerked. the steering from 1,100 cats shipped Growers Is that the pest. will be transported I 4-11 ('... WOI5K ('\tln'! I"Olt1(:\( WKATHKB: }

are the payment of $3.000 to W VV. wheel. Before I knew it, we were said it was the "woist. season in by automobiles or other vehicles OVER INTO I.XTKIt: I.IFF.: s

Ict's. Sweat, former St. Johns liver across the road and In a ditch." years" and pointed to approximately fl'onont' section to another. Hot-weather clothes that are 7I

i I. I'n..hyterh.o Church bridge employee for Injuries received '- $7:>0.000 received last year The weevil U giey In color and Metal of us want to hold fast to easy for the child to get into an 1 4

Rev George H. Lowry. Pastor when an automobile struck Sl'M'EMIS SENTENCE ]I from 2,500 cars of melons. Although about a half Inch long at maturity.It that which Is good! and! to parllclpile out of are enjoyed by both mother

SunJ.ty Services: him as he sold tickets on the spun. TAMPA Federal Judge Alexander the growers planted the bus been identified by the United in activities which make for and child. Such clothes have a- I
Sabbath School. same in melons this our and well-being. few low <
I 10.00 u m. Akcrman suspended a three- acreage season States Bureau of Knlomology: development fastenings us practicable
11) 00 a m. Morning Worship. M-\\: :\UItIU.\t; 1.W year sentence, Imposed on James the crop was short because of and l Plant Quparuntlne us ': Hut young people..anti ,adults too I cut necklines and aimholes. For

4 30 p m. Young People's Vesper I TALLAHASSEE After July 8 O. Carlton, Pl.int City postal employee cool weather late Into the npiing Ins leueoloiuaEntomologist, do not always realize at the time I this active uvuaim, ton It Is an art a

Service It will be unlawful In Floilda to who Melon quality was described J JloOtI. NltUl'lIl"1, they are p.iillcipatlnjf in oxpeilences 'vantage for garments to have
pleaded to
guilty emht'7.7.lIng -
J J. "
Pastor ." car I R just whether' t these of In the sent to allow
Serm nette by I Inane a maiilage'licenm. to boys $3,162 from postal savings / prices" averaging about Experiment i Station cxperlettces plenty room
Midweek Service: under eighteen and girls undel'IIlxtt't'n fuihls $300. says : will have lasting value, and fur playing such games as leap ,
Restitution was made for effective
7 30 m. Mission Study if -.- control measuie so furdevised if so, whether they will be fur t good l frog and for climbing I'
even their '
p parents content the missing funds. Cinlton, who Is the ('om.1 rlll'lIolof'I
I
S 30 p m Prayer Service. j jRosew to the youthful marriages.The would have been eligible for a life I I..unl1'1'.1': :\1'\UItOI'ioi; : ditches or t tenches with vertical or evil Oiie-pieoo' "iin-HUtts. with match

i i 1937! legislative' : act designedto time pension In two years, was i( LAKELAND: ; : There ate l,2.p>01000 ,- sides around l Infested l flflds The Si,( it Is: intetehtmx to note comments I intf dress ot blouse of the simplest 4
d Church
i)i Iluptlnt I i ban child head of beef cattle In Florida. of foi" liter. Florida. I II clubitltls type ore most smtlsfattot: They
marriages into
.
placed ,
goes on probation. I
.t'1cunot/ cilmb 6
out of such
H'MiiliiKwaj, Pastor j jservice1
'.
Box< I. h. j IS0.000!\ of them In Polk
P
effect that date County who have attended nationalI ait toiilri, not so easily, mussed,
SI.< I/lY. Bible :, -. ttenches and Is easily killed with II i I
every
n Williams
I
-' Davenport chairman I ( \ club camps' conducted by the and not so tionbleHome to launder ,
1'' :a m. Services' at 3.30QIIM.R : ( .\I.laUIS: OI'UT i i 1 I lu'to.sene, splay or \blow' torch :I
SiJily :\1:1T\: :
I I BO : (a-\-; \ Sanitary i I United States I Vpm titirni .of .\K'Iiiiltiite 'is giiinu'iits with fussy I little frill
in afternoon.BEI'IIEL [ VALPARAISO LAKE WORTH Suit attacking Board and operator of a 7,000 acreran'h Mr Watson is hopeful[ that other I[ In Watthmgtoiilvit me mill Hushes

flll'ltCHKcv. Six persons" the validity of the tax certificate stated, in an uddieSH, herethis measures of ('ont 1'01..111 be developed I I'the Ihml'suf must \'nlll"hidl I loll that
: \IT1ST were victims of Many: mothers me finding
a boat .
holiday trip act of the 1'37' legislature was filed week. (,Florida he said, .ranks I, and l Is endea\oiing to find club boys iiiul' glil.s of mini 'IOII.I best
\ clilMii-n lit their
L. UOllole3PI..tor which came to un abrupt end. when their! appeal I'
In Circuit court Thursday by A. ]! ahead Wyoming as a cattle state A successful and inexpensive wayto
St'rvlcI'ery first Sunday the motorboat. Bab capsized In East J. Dalmon, propeity, owner andtaxpayer. and Florida beef outsold t fight the new pest which was
that from ,
;Sunday; School, 2:30: ( p. m. Puss Channel l. about ten miles j 'question wits answcieil lecentlv soft and smooth, yet durable tn..
He seeks to I leslruin Texas in final noted In u few fields last yeai. 4-H of Flor-
Jacksonville
Bible Study and Prayer Services south of heie. Five of the dead last winter. by twentyfnrnu'r gills teilnls It Is udvlsalile' to be sum
every Saturday !night.: drowned while the sixth died county officials" from operating under : Williams stated that three large ids who attended national rumps the ftibi \khat been fully shrunk
in Cresiview later the new law claiming that he I p.icking companies are now buying her brother and sister-in-luw, Mr dining the ten years H>27 to liKM.: before the g.iiments: me made and.
st.lIIrl.'t: Episcopal Church a hospital of In. and other taxpayers would be damaged and 1 Mis.. Leslie McClellun.
juries when the craft Florida cattle and pointed to a new I Self-reliance t'l1 t'n.h'I'l'.1 l)>' this I t that the cilom, ate fast to boUt
Morning prayer and Sermon on overturned by permitting nontaxpayersto I market. In Ocala as proof that Miss Louise Rosier Is visitingher i ttiiinlng, the ability to take kohland |! mm and wiisltlnir. (iitv colors am
the a'eon'and, fourth, Sundays at ---- --- settle past due taxes! at a dis Florida IH aunts, lIr"V.. I,. At mat long In ,
making tildes In which In
T.\H "OUS: rapid do things without enthartuessmrnt easily" seen by motorists( ,
10:1)-'t:1)
Hjly: Communion Saints! : count Dover and Mrs. A. K.: In
11 a m. the industry.T.1PII'.1 I Thompson or hesitancy and the liiinishnK u protection for the rltild
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir TALLAHASSEE The State --' -.- -. .._ Kissimmee.;: r
-- of '
excessive" timidity air inenlioited clothesfor
every Friday night at 7:30p : ( \Motor Vehicle Department. diop- s.N .\KE I'L.STI'F.S: I When buying lemly-miide
practice : Ci.'I'SI.IOICI: :: \I. ,Ii Miss Pauline Rosier returned by must. the twenty gills, clilKlieii 1 points to observe are
seventeen
m ped 'oil. B. F. employees Smith from .its TAMPA Florida's famed Rattlesnake I i TAMPA Tampa grubbed. the home Sunday' after upending, eveial tliu.s giving! It first plate. Looking. that nil seams: and finishes nra t
,
( hrUtlim 'hurch payi the eduction chief cle..k.'slilol Cannery established several biggest legislative plum with unappl'op.lalion weeks with her slater, Mis. buck river her chili days, one of the made ti> hold und that' they me finished

Scrvi 'e.at the Christian Churche chits of the was made be. years' ago at Arcadia by of $100000 for. u Paul Glovers, in Ft Pleue young women said the most valuable 1 off smoothly A little child'sskin

e Sun l Icy morning and evening in sale of summer automobile season slack George I\:. End will be moved, to I Spanish; Wai Memorial which gave t Mr. and blrs..I.. Q Rosier and asset of hei I-II\ l'I"h01 k Is nit, ti'III"I'; '. mnattlvn! : ti> 4

It'v'n aid: seven o'clock respec- Those dismissed licenses Tampii this month n site being seemed the Cigar City neatly as much as | family spent Sunday ut t Kingsley;: \ was! that it had given her "|uvt< foiiutiil .' 'VeiuKhj' Beams.vh..ui ciya| :: ore
are not to be
t. elyluun.le replaced near the) east appioiuh to the amount allotted to all other! cit-1, Luke life und,' 1'1'01'1.>| and| ,Mii'nn.lldi |(' hoi 6nT Our I" bt J
: with otheis Smith said lit idy ( ) way ,
--_ .. Gundy Uiidge Since the establishment I .es combined. SI Augustine:; nr 1.' gained\ flow i 1111\'ll1g,,, | clone / sure that the outfit IH roomy' where

\ 1.de l Baptist ('IlIIrc.h --- --- I of this unique business''''' eight next! with nn appropriation of $50-:; : '::ri: Calvlit Wvrpan (of f Glen !fit'; hard vvotk with good results us 11/ It hhoultl br la: to Ut the child( try

Rev Ivan Bolunnan Pastor I'.Xls 913S73II9'r.tNFsJACKSONVILLE: :: 'elll'" ago Mi. End,: has built ul'[ a'' 000 for restoration of its htatoilc : Alarjs me spenoi.; 'veial days i!litunid i .. !j bendiiiR over In the "teudy-mudes. ,"

'reaching services every ton l.lh i : : Csotutoislepoited r: thriving liiislncm'' and l toil.iy dunned I[' latutmaikfi, and. the only other lo-1 here with then g I'IIndn1fJthpl'fill! I i'tlenilulilp! cont.Ids. mid (tilt' I' U1):) well its stun.ling cued( .rpioducta

Sunday 10:3i) o'clock A, M. the estastw of Alfred r, rattlesnake meat is shipped to evcry : cal projects ueie. $25.((100 fur the I Mason Motgun. Their mother under ahil.ty: ti> meet mid mix vvllli othiiprojile ,, -- .- -
I IIWOl'SErS uu Punt had paid $15,873,119 In I state in the I'mon mid many Judah I". Benjamin Confederate went n iunjol' opi-ratliui In are. nppH't-inted by must of ut bund: knowledge ofcollect t

BEACH Federal' and state taxes. The executors foreign cour.tilesNl'MK II memorial In Manatee County $5- I Jacksonville Thursday of last these former campers, us IlIJl'nl hint buying land budgeting per 9 f

Mlmt Ethic Crawford, Cor. annual report filed in the office --- -.-- -- 750 for the fort st. Joe expositionand I week values' held over (ruin work dining milling lht'lJto !live richly within

of County Judge Ollie Ed : (itTioiIIU.IOX: : Constliution.il Monument and h __ e. ___ the da\s when they wet enrolledin their Incomes: and developing of

Mrs Sallie Blackwclder Is spending munds showed 11233661.19: was JACKSONVILLE Flank P. In- $7.500 for Dude Memorial Park in ('U\UII'XIOX; sr. :MVUKS ..11dllbs\ of vn i'lulls kinds under u loiindect persona lily.

sums time at Worthington I paid to the Federal governmentand i grnh, state administrator of the Sumpter County I There will he a celebration of the the direction of theli! home ilemon- The 4-H club of Floi' Ida offer

Springs::( visiting friends and relative $3.639,45381: to the slate.KX.NK WPA./ stated this week that the al- --- Holy Communion> at St Mark's' suction agents. They are able towee these oppoi (.unities to every rural li

*. u._ locution of $1,000.000 to Florida fOI'j EVERGKEEN' Church at 8'00 a. m. Sunday, July now how much !III OHO things boy Hint gill I in counties hiivlm

Mr and Mrs R. N. Crawford and 1:..\ltl.NC.S HIGHERJACKSONVILLEFigures July operations would' permit :Mrs. F. A. Hosier Correspondent It. This service will take the place mean to them In life, when per- county and home clemonstiutloii t .

sons Cecil and Robert, attended re tinued operations with the full quo of the II :00 "leivice\ and Immediately flaps' they did not appreciate\ them agents.I

church, at Oak Grove near Macrl.nny leased by the Jacksonville Clearing ta of 24.000 peisons About 400 Mr and Mrs Paul Glovers and, after the congregation: will i fully when nuiicumded with them -.- -- -- b

Saturday and Sunday and Association showed clearingsfor persons were dropped from the children of Ft. Pierce are visitIng leave for Ocala where they. will be In 4-H work l.s thought Unit women were 'bIt

spent Saturday night with their the first half of 1937 exceeded I rolls on July 1. If the sum allotted Mrs. Glovers' parents. Mr. and present. at the inclination' of Mr. J I Increased ability to di> practical the world's first vegetarians and j

brother.. and sister of St. George those of the corresponding period! to Florida had been trimmed as Mrs J. F:. Rosier' Leonard C Bailey to the dmeonateIn everyday features I of homemaking first farmers.

G In 1936! :} by more than 100000000. much as the amounts given other I Miss Alice Hall returned to her Grace Chuich, Ocalu. to be me" uppteclatecl also! Know:: )I. E
A IIIIK'' '.row<1 (torn this section The association listed the total for states he said, the cut would have I home in Jacksonville Sunday after lowed. by a picnic lunch at edge gained, in sewing, c.mmng, KI'N M'IIEII1LE* : r :

pent the day Sunday at Kingsley the first six months at $494.267.21 been 6.000 instead of 400. rpendmg several, I weeks here with Spitngsf fOIO'' health Impiovement, mom \plannliiff. !Southbound. d
Lake nit! repo'eJ, nice time. .
a
i as! compared with $3S7,72I427 for -- --- -- -- :; euro f'f' the home and chil- No. 207 Due Starke' 11 : 15: p m.15 .

Mrs, J. l. Gashins Mr. and Mrs. i the same months of 193U.JL I hen gardenirig! borne llnnove|, No, :7O5 lute Htarka:! 0: p.m. C '

C-liivnct Moon of Water Oak section -.-- -A- --- LO ti! -HIGHLIGHTS 6p ,fEN4'EY# j= @,fNW I merit wad. oilier leutiue rif club No. 2l'lNu. : Due Starke 12 15 p nu
Mr, nu: Mrs Johns, ,, ... ... ,. I ID '
Bartley j tn .w I.
('IIII.I) M.\ltltl.\< \SSI'I.U: : ;tI'll mini; have aided them greully'n : 201Due Wt.-tika 10.:20 a ra.r f
ai. Mi Mis Arvied Johns of I I
,
I I BRADENTON Circuit Judge _. ____ I maklni their heal+'N whiit: they Noel Ihlioiiuil
U Milansection/ ,._
M I ,n\I" R N. Crawford were visiting sat-I \V. T 1IIIITIson i handed down a de- I '\ lioul, ,1 lieOtheyjfrt'liie.s No 202:! Due Kturke: 1 >0 p tu
lixteil inclmle, Ap- No. 201 Due St.itkeDue : 415pna. ,
I
11 aft'n, 'Tee annulling: the marriage last I
"m '1' 'rruatun and iliMiie tui nice Nn I'dii; Stiirku; I.t5 .m.3ri .
Vile.. tho'I March of 13-:} >'ear-old! Martha Nell: t p
i i iJmklns! spent Notth und 1 Chandler L. I hom"-"\ well oldelcil. ability to .dn. No. 2OSNo Dun tat.. ku :3 J a ".
''k'I'nd l 57-jear-oUl |
.
n lacksonville 'fH M.M
amt' ,....latlves.V visiting ifri'nilt Revell. In his decree, Judge Harrison and nAike tilings niselves.. tlum 211St.ii Due Him'ki' N .05: >int. B
said the court found that the Having money tI'll: uung to !I" econumcaul : koHLrvue liUS: Agent Iteasley's, i
| \ H. Greene Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of I I : l through; .V.IM-, iitlli/.ation of Ptatuiii. opposite court
In the bill complainthad ,
ai 'on Algie. wete visitors! to allegations "1 &R0w5 MUCW
JuksuiiUlIe last been established un.! (that the! t

Mr! /nn.l. MI'!!. Harley week. Keene andS marriage had never been con. I )k tH: t.Y- I :

S > :II'I..y..f.shamrock. mmmateil. 1 f
attended
;
church lit oak Grove near Mac- I : -- for Expert RepairingSmith's i I

clenny Sunday and spent I the night TO !. DKTHV.KK.M'S
here .. I II f
with Mr and Mrs. R. N. TALLAHASSEE GovernorCone

Crawford and family said he would. sign death i ";, { .t

--.. warrants for Marcus Powell of
I IMI! COS: IS riNOKIt: J Jacksonville, and Chester White I Garage
I II
MIAMI "as soon as the papers come be.I, I
Gilbert Easton,
64-year

[old South Orange N. J. manufacturer fore,t killing me."his Powell wife. He was also convicted was In r'i I Phone 120 i ff .

h.ii only a stub on his right dieted for the slaying of his moth- I

MM there the mIddle finger grew erInhlw.Yhlte was convicted of Wrecker Service Day or NightLEDGER '
out he I is ( l
happy about It. "It was killing a fellow convict at the Ral- t. )
('' ith
'I two .
fingers to i
catch a fish ford state prison. _
!like>
that he -
slid. The fish was a -.---
6t'9' 'Pnund, blue Marlin believed to
: ..
r* the TO TIIV ,0nl'.SU'IIIS.S: v. u
vpcond largest catch on record Volusia les-
DE LAND- County
Easton hooked the Marlin Idents will have a chance to try out fr. OUTFIT
Monday|: from! his
yacht Jay 2nd
whether
off voting machines and decide
Rimini In the Bahamas. After 4s
they want to use: the devices t
battling with It for hour ( ,
nearly an 7
commission has contracted -
he The county
The brought It alongside the boat. i with a firm for a year'srental {A11IS ,, JpMl

',"it, giant fish gave a desperate of from thirty-five to fifty
Wire lunge and a coil of the leader machines starting Oct. 1, and will I

miiiiiip snapped taut over Fastens call an election! next May for vot-
finger severing It instantly -
their wishes about
ors to express a' II
purchase of the voting machined.TOB A'r. :
-. yajJ
--- ---
--- --- --
The first
municipally-owned fer. '<).\ IN DI4TIUr.sSJACKSONVILLE I I
ry boats .
ed in America were Introduc- There's an .A& Q yBuaMco ry.

in-New York In 1905. alligator in distress In the St. 5T auvustlKE t.v --.

The Johns/ River heie. Its mouth Is I

Spends, average Belgian woman tied shut. The reptile has been ii 4S8 I
from 108 to 119 hours a Keen around steamship piers but
we"k at her housework., ; the AmerimjivfrageN The )
'( has eluded would-be rescuers. '
63 hours a week.M 'gator escaped when about 600 sau- ; :theRUBY

ilans were. trussed up recently and
.
C"I I
y Sufferers Expect Relief moved to Daytona Beach. An alii-

fram HIGH I gator can go two years without ) I

BLOOD food! experts say.V.M'BI.K .. Cto. llA. .
-- ---- -
._ ," u. -" -- I (
PRESSURE ? u..e C'AltGOJACKSONVILLE 1.\\.t1'I The lime Li closely) related: to the lemon I Sir:: Francis Drake, arch enemy of I J An exceptional valuel, ( Consists .oi
loose 1 Ie,! ledger hinter, 20O: led-j.r
mandarin Jinil ponio'o.' H ping: Spain, landed in 1580! near the entrance/
Y.., many ...If..rr. m.y'Oert More than otana-: 1 .heel* and A-Z, 26 division leathir.
relief from Hlith, 15,000! barrels of rosin described byCusUmri jii'uc! s :sensitive( c-od! it i i.s chiefly Rro'\n to the harbor of St. AutfiK'titio. llviin'.ins: : lib ladex. Bound in durable imitation
Blood Preunr and thettenillntr mainland andrantfos th .t n large Kn Iiih force nliO'it to leather color. red black. Steel,
.ymptonm of : officials as the largest I i 01 the Keys south of the was or
heaHafb anti d,tain, ... of that commodity ever to in sixe from a medium shed p n'i r.., 3.1f: the Spanish; jrarrLso'i of l.'O ..v"- back with automatic' lacVia: device.Pjih .
cargo
t.4.if they E.will.......oittinu., O.clm W, leave Jacksonville on one ship and' to n large cixod Lemon Tile! TAHIYl[ C'uA' 'd 1 the fortl'p:4!: in threat hi te. I a'-irK: Ivocydil button ledger fur quick paper,op-uinx 21 lubilance.' u? key Sheet requited..1.. 6 x Slieel 9)) i inch.are whet,

Inc Pariley to dlr 1ablU..*tlon.aeeonl.n the the must valuable export shipmenton )J.I MM: :, a i piout of the budded Tor.vaticty. .-* "n ; "! t t u. tin chest! with nl>out ,,.I"hJ

p.ck..... Wh..."this t a single vessel parted from hn: I b 'en groan, hosvai.c.( CT 'u' j.od-Js tt ''rlinjj which felt into/ LInkt'sI' : I..k. No. n.wnpaoa rdu. 1.-.10

;C:.:_ufulbrin 'n.)A. ll-ka..wB high pbr.lcl.au.a. Nand' here leiently. The cargo included Mainlandml: found ndnilrl; I'| :!. .j-. ':. .. .I.. All Lila; inhabitant of tins! town: 1 ozoooa O..uI--Red I $ IDo j
.. P..by Led'er
L:'r''':;_LLlIfIIIN l E..n.ca w. .UI..II.' P.6q '._ commodttll's'alu..d at a total of much Iii,'.'r than othor airy .i. Ti; .1.1if I Ii il I 1 r.f :vr only a short rClj ietxncP. llr 1! : 02Q0I)7 Ruby L.d.r Outfit 'Black 407

1 of. -.."_.ak. ... _1101. ..._.... u4. $229,329 which wa $1,443 In excess i !smooth thin and green to : cl'ow. 1' ? c j !I "KrurliVh! otlicer was shot al fi roil _
.4 "_01"l ..... valuation
1... ;: *:: al | of the previous high juke I is alni'i.it! cn'orhSS' 01 ': "f! ', !II',., 1'ti: {ti'h pillage. arnl then
:
i n.8.rp: k I
,,7 d : Soil of $2:7.1131: recorded! in
". : :: .. boa I Mronirly" acid and its a tfooi t ".1.. v> (a. tau, t-J-i: ; (.he actllemcnt.: BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRJt
sat' ba"pyW......rb.aoail1u0..e. : j 1 I March. 1933.; .- rl.-

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I .\OK r.IOHT BRADFORD COVtCtt "'rzORU'd. STAKKE. FLQltm. ... -. .UJ.V. n
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1 Douglas and Charlea spent! part oi 1'Ht. :an! '1-lHiri' ;-
orv
,
LAWTEYO. BKOOKERUU Pilatka with!: friends! '! The ,
lust week In btupIdUy<
cf.t,
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE ... Pkllllpa. C.rrr...a4rat i \''''_" Oalney; t'orrespondenl
home by Miss Phyllis Hazen an editorial In.. '
rile ._
Established 1871MEMBER Truck Shipments School Opens f/rp./
I TO CLASSIFY Erooker Junior High School; who had, been visiting, in Palatka Farmer, along with s'lme.' S8I\
Lima beans and corn con The (.It'Ilnl'
green for several duvs.Miss suggestions "
as to
I 1937-38 term Monday wh nVu" !
nr RV 'I I.L K.'YI tinue to be I the leading crop movement began its Lorene' Pritchard of Quincy citizen may do to a,.
teachers: hcip Ui.l
LORIDA PRESS ASSOCIAHON I I !t..r''r. Florida frt*. A..i%. from this! acetlon at the present July 5 with the G. following K. McGaulcyAsst. spent part uf this week here disaster which conarantuens ( preY .nt, :
Principal (
time with peas tomatoes and of her sister. Mr. and Mra. of 'I'1Iat
us ,
Knowles !as guest another nor,
\) I other vegetables moving In a small ", Prin. Mrs. Agnes "al Sa. .,
Dr. Poe I'
; H. B. Crosby. :
I A friend from the west visiting Fifth and Sixth Grade G. E.
way. Local buyers are here daily Mintz imd little clnURhter "Under
Mrs. L. A.
In Florida for the first time com Baker.Fourth.. present c.oryi: < on,
at ,
Entered Second Class plained to me that "While Florida and buy all products offered Grade 1\1 I'M. Russell ', Barbara, spent part of thisweek is a game In which th-ri. ,1winners.
and as ali4
.
Published Weekly on FridayH good prices. I of her parents .
here as guest All
la nice. It doesn't have any mountains Norman. nre lose.. .|
Matter at the Post Office at Starke' ." She HuliJ she would hate Third Grade -Mildred Morgan.Second :Mr. und :Mrs. L. P.. Galney. the World War. wngiMi .."OlbliJ- I
IVrsniuiUMiss b1Q
:' r Flo".a'I to live in u country as flat and level ::: GI'a I'
1; I, E. L. :Matthews --- 'I us! this Sl ate.I Bessie Terry of Jacksonville Primary Miss Annie Laurie El- [i S'r.ltK.TER: BETTER haps! twenty million mi, "Iet.a t .
spent the week-end with her parents THAN MOST. SAtS SI'I'T.. : maimed for life :
" While I had to uilmit, that weJiiln't anti i muney
,'
ca
SUBSCRIPTION KATE I I like the Mr. and Mrs.! T. J. Terry ston.The opened by of 400 billion dollar-
have was
anything assembly
; Yearl '. $1.50; Six Months 75c:"" Payable .iii Advance II I Rockies or Sierra Nevndus to Mr and Mrs. M. B. Plummer had Professor McGauley after which E.J. : <(< Continued from Page: One) give a $4,000 home to ..:'Ch nough ana (l t

: r Advertising Rates on Application I! which we could point with pride. as their guests over the week-end I Lewis and B. F. Hazen each This charge c-; ; 5.000> gallons, ery family In the Umtw Slat.,

had right I holiday Raymond! Plummer of MIami shott but Interesting which the rute Is twenty-five Canada, AustnilK. F.n/lan(1
-' I explained: that we some rendered H :above /
::1. : ,I' -- -- WHAT IS BECOMING: 0.Tlli :MONEY) I ? nice little foot hills in Leon Her- and Mr. and :Mrs. Richard speech. cents per 1,000.Consumers land, Scotland., Franc- EelglUIt

successful nando' Lake Polk and a few other Plummer of Dothan. Ala.Mr After the teachers had retired to must watch for leaks Germany. nnd Russia v no
Bradford County is now winding up the most and Mrs. J. T, Quigley of single nation 03
with will was
1;' I. counties.We their respective class rooms as'! a small continuous dripping helpf| cv y.:.
. season with various: truck\ crops that has been experienced in may be a bit short on sky Starke attended church services their classes> each room waa visited waste a surprising amount of water World War. Victorious Engim'

close of the strawberry season it j jis here Sunday. Supervisor L. A. In month's time. Toilets are and France were impovi-rnhi-il
, ; .i" !; almost ten years. Since the scraper mountains, but .vo've got a of by County a!
I lfr.lnd Mrs. Stiles Bohnnnan most ,
between $7:>.(,,00 and $100,000 worth of corn.\ network of beautiful streams lakes / Gray who /gave Interesting talks. the most likely places for waste as requally" with 'moulshf
',' .r: : estimated that and rivers while while you can't :Miami are the guests of Mrs.! Bo- I We are planning for a very successful their leakage til not BO easily no- Germany):' and 'A listri" ,! ,j,
;" watermelons tomatoes, :squash{ potatoes hannan'a Mr. and Mrs. A, I
f,' string bi'iuis.; lima beans, sprain your ankle cHmbln' 'em or parenta, scht.. l term through the cooperation tired. whole world t soon plungn, ni'i

'I pea', cabbage; cucumbers and bell pepper have been: .enjoy a thousand foot fall fiom IIslllJp..ry M. Blanc-hard. of the teachers and the The city maintains all street catastrophe of financial' '-'U''''. I''n''

from here. What has been the case with us has been ledge wo do have agioI"lous Louis H. Hill was transacting parents. We hope to continue with .rminri> jjncl branches up to the and. calamity. ;.

r" m, shipped nab time explorin' 'em In a plea- business in Palatka Saturday.Mrs. the splendid P. T. A. work which meter Inside of which the consumer "War'oiluy Is-atupKi' and Roger
: true in almost every section of the country aura boat stoppin'' every now und Ruby Moore and daughters has been catried on in the past.Ilirtliduy :! lays and maintains tlpipes.. costly In,life anc-mom'< ( > thai evtl

: ,( t'H'I' : !son the financial expert, in H recent article calls 1937: the I then to snag a big buss or go for a jf Ft. Myers are visiting relatives Thor: 'JH no 'charge' for Installing..ti before while the.spojls fJt di at-I.
week.
ml friends here this > of an less valuable th.mtve- ..
' ; since1021);). uvim. I huifr meter if it is! within fifty feet
: best farm
year nniMrs.. .lames PhilllUS of
I !Mr shier ; ,
Spain. Amlo.lll'
rma In :spite of encouraging farm receipts: local merchants And speukln' of lakes rivers and I Miami- I -'I.r; 'visiting-: .relatives 'here Mrs. Murtha Pinker celebratedher existing line': Beyond this material distancethe lime the .It"l-' I it
with birthday consumer pays for present sti.f.s.v/( t ,"j.
> boating, I wonder If many FlorlJians 78th birthday a
experienced! the rushing: ; business that misht.ha'l I this week. I Installation\ there win not be enougirvft
hare not themselves teally appreciate dinner Sunday, ,July 4. Mrs. and! the c-lty makes the f
Mr. and :Mrs.V.! :N. Cox and
forced to wonder just what is' becoming i without costs for labor. either side to gloat oyi-i Anti
been expected:' and we are what a wonderful iisset this! state I daughter.! Miss Thelma: of Miami j ""lol'E'nce11' rnadoe. Mrs. Annie :.
must be
of the: money that has (been placed I.in circulation.I Perhaps has! In her marvelous! waterways are visiting relatives and friends Pinholster and Mrs. Laura Baxter Water samples must be submit of willing to pi. H r- lit\ i ipidity :

the set-ret of the matter is contained in this excerpt .ind hat It would mean to UH if here this week I were the friends who stayed by her ted regularly to the State Board. of called 'piicifiats'war no miitti.. 'it u-i, d'

they were developed and connected Hide throughout the day talking:;; of HcnUIi! for tc'ts. Our city's. supply ur nn> III11It) else|
E. J. Roberts is the
from :Mr.: T.abson's article : "-most of our farmers can pay in one great statewide system so spending! olde'i times which she enjoyed very has always received: 1 a gon I report. .fiiui.iboiin.tr thot It .ikes ttt'mes -

up their old bills, trade in their tractors take in the county! that the thousands! of pleasure boat week E. 'Torode with, at his Klngsley daughter Lake.Mr. Mrs.. \v.1 I much. and In C'IHII".I, 1 one o" to' face more s me re'!birlly':!llj punl whrt< Itnt'' h<*nil
fair and ha\e enough left over to do a good, job on the mail enthusiasts of the nation could und Mra. P. E. Cox and Mrs. i airs. Paiker is the happy mother otiirke's strong ntfa/ "tUnis. self a 'h .nHlII' uilvncati i ills hit
her There 14 deaiiul for n luw- >i w t.thHn
tiuvel about on waterways of twelve children fifty-three some. ;
\V M. Lee of Miami were visit it dotd to be a dotile
order catalogues. A-lth the ease and comfort: that the grandchildren and twenty. one .*r rate on exciss water for the sei tru-

The mail order catalogues.: Perhaps: they are largely to motorist now travels our highways ing relatives here this week. great-giandchlldien cf which she purp-j.se: of lawn sprinkling hut tne- to all such brnggirt-s
tawtey was a forgotten city "And If
dollars that has been Income from wrier Is only only eveiy man and!! w,
blame for the mystery of disappearing "Monday when most all the citizens likes to bo st. Many of Ihcnr were city's man in America will get this
of the east coast with her. Her rrnln hobby Is fish'! about $300 per month and is not a spir
If all The
puzzling storekeepers here during the past few week completion left town to go to the beaches and and act In time, future wars c;:
lourco of much profit.
that has been pouring into the county recently ;anal, providing protecting waters lakes to spend the day. ing.She be prevented."
the
of money for yachtmen, Immediately brought The Rev. J. J. Johnson of penney : received many beautiful The water department suppli.a; .-

had been spent at home it would have largely dissipated" the the nation's flist pleasure craft to Farms filled his appointment gifts raid \\orda of cheer that will lieu bi'ifeice: ta si."teen!; flu ill ta-.ks.. TWO HlI.I.K! IN: .MlI.Mil-)

summer doldrums" that usually hold sway from the middle Florida waters -a class! of tourists at the Baptist Church here Sun- I help to guide her through nnotiier: located at deep ends of the sewer!! PENSACOLA A Jlarint

that It Is mighty profitable to en- rlay. He holds services here each year of good iuck. she calls It be- system These tanks nre automatic 1)1"' ;
of June until the end of September. cadet and a.\ naval resl"nit,
tertuin. I !Sunday'\ at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. CIIUSI' It Will: on this day that manypeople in action flushing four times
As" to the current farm outlook :Mr. Uabson :< : "T"t al I \vera msd li"ppy.Snnlicui during every twenty-four hours.Thl" were kilted Instantly! vestenhl
The of the Okeechobee
in the low of the depression opening I D. :M. Westherry cf Jacksonville I II of water high over Corry Hnding!: nekt\ wh(.|
income of American farmers year canal makes It possible now for was a visitor here Monday :' use 400,000 gallons observation
an
I nlghLIi plane ini a'
,
reached only ?.">,400,000,000.) Now four short years: later average these folks to cross the lower put [I i Through an order of the Circuit Party per month. pursuit ship collide. ,] 'n miJ-ii'|
Mrs. \VUlene! Stewart nsslMted!! by The maintains free
city also !service
prices are ISO percent higher than they were at the low of the state and will bring manyatlitsmen : : ".'curt the City of Lawtey now Killed in the mid-air "i- MI\ ",-
to the west co.mt.MfM : :Mrs. L. O. Hazen enter taincd:: the for thirty-five fire hydrant?
rise in good harvest should / lol'ls title to the park property I of her Sunbeam Band Marine Corps Cadet \V F lie I
in 19:53.: The big prices, plus a I members whereas most towns have a stand
>re Haven and other Lake ind! City Hall which has always shon. Menu. AI k., and a-Jet J. A|
this fifteen I with n pirty Saturday after'noun) by charge of from $35 to $73 a
boost farm income to around $9,000,000.000! season-
points aic getting a taste of the been In the name of the Trustees McMann, Glendale, Calif ">f tiT

percent above a year ago, and the! highest total since I beneficial results *lhat follow thJ1ipenmg I of the Town of Lawtey. Since therecent I I July Many 3, membeis at the home of of the Mrs band Hazen.and year These for two enoh items hydrant.which are free naval reserve. Meral'on ,mu 1! f

'( of a new waterway, for the court order there arc no Mann were the only occupintj ,.
1929.!) !
several mothers were present on of direct cost to taxpayers are advantages
Democrat repoits that man y more Trustees of the City and all i the navy planes an the\ wom..
of these indications Mr. Babson reaches this delightful occasion. :: that are not generally
As! a result good traversing''
/adits and small ciaft interest that the Trustees held! liasbeen together.
1 Many outdoor games were enJoyed recognised. Our city-owned water
the following! conclusion : "There are 32,000,000 people in the the new route me stopping over turned over to the City of -.'
by the small ;gutsts after plant should be properly credIted
United States whose livelihood directly depends upon farms. : and always manage to leave sizeable Lawtey. which delicious refreshments wereserved. foe: this aervlce.S There are more than ;uOO pcies -|
gobs of ca.su with merchants Ti Our KriVnilHWe of ants In the \\01 H.
who live in rural communities. I .
There are 24,000,000 others Everyone reported a very -- -. ----

For years these groups: have just been scraping by. This! season ,. i'or supplies and equipment. | extend our heartfelt gratitude happy time. < HOOL BO Mil) MI.VI'TKS .. -- -

The tourist travelling by water i I and thanks to one and all who Miss\ Margaret Johnson of A house near South Hill. W. J

they will have good crops, good prices, and a good( income. differs materially from the average rendered any help In any way InI Grecnsboio who has been spend <(< Continued from Page One) built of mud pine pole anti ...Ue"li

Thus after a decade of relative depression nearly half our rail or motor traveller for they are I the rebuilding of our home we lost ing some time here as guest of her

imputation will enjoy their first year of real prosperity. At not in a hurry They have plenty I I 1 I by fire May 7. lfl3T. sister Mra. L. B. Crosby baa returned the two insurance firms. now. operating li i l;jij t''t tRICAL .
f time and plenty of money. They
home in Starke.
the time 12.000,000 who work in factories will On June 9. 1037! with Arthur ,
same !, earn my supplies! and equipment all1ilonj I
,. 'i, Pearce aa contractor, and so many !I Mr. and Mrs. F.. S. Galney and There was no further business to CONTRACTOREXl'EKT
around : week than did : ,' their route hlie quidea! for '
$50,000,000 more they a ,
per year ago
days! work donated and Dan StirIng ;Mtased Anna and Ruth Gainey of be discussed.! The board recessed \\ IIU.Nf: (
fishing trips, l t top over at larger I I I
while investors'( dividend checks will be at least $10,000,000 > soliciting subscriptlona and i Plant City were visiting here Sun- to meet again Tuesday July 6, \SON.\ULK; 1'ltK\ .-
centers to take motor trips to
greater. These: facts add up to only one conclusion : GOOD points of Interest and in many other : the Great Giver of all with-holdrng .liy I us the guest of his brotheis.' 1037, minutes! of which meeting I A n\III'SU: ;

''the' rain until we i could l move In, L. K. and H. P. Cainey and families. will be published> next week. O. J. PHILLIPS
HKTAII.; TRADK THIS AUTUMN !I" ways contribute to the financial
I l. we were able to move Into the new Signed.: A. J. GRIFFIS. I
advancement of the communities I I l.AU iKV
F.rudfftrd> ( County is right in line with nation-wide! :'t, home within thirty days after the Ms.: n. V Hazen nnd son Supt. & Sec'y.
they visit <'
prosperity of the country's farming population. After cot- fire took place. I IMI' -- .-.-

tllll timt tobacco have been harvested and marketed it i is estimated Florida ImpiesHcd offers with the the advantages. boatjvner Terry and l I being unable I ;
=
pleasure during this period, of time to help is f LORIUArHIGHLIGHTS. m- >.* / NAtE fR' i1Jrrl

that total receipts" from farming operationVlgere( since many end up by securingi I I,,01l1'8eh'l"s. we nre doubly grateful .. ""

the t first of the year will probably exceed $500.000.Iaybe: desirable waterfiont home and to all. Last but not least, wehaven.t
ui> Floridians> become Interested In
not u fabulous amount-but if it were divided equally! amongBradford's : words to express our love'
indu.striul and
.ire agricultural opportunities to the good ladies tor the bountiful
10,000 inhabitants it would mean a pro rata thut exist here and in-I shower
: given us at the home
share of $.>(0 for every man woman and child in the county est their capital und 1 etfort in up i lof Mrs. L. H. Hill which consisted

ft i is enough\ we believe if not to bring back prosperity entirely building the state. I, of a beautiful little house neatly GG2bb

The next important step In Flor arranged and filled with all kinds!
to bring back :something so closely resembling prosperity ida's development should be the I I of gifts \\ h Ich Just filled my heart | /

that it will be hard to tell the difference. completion of her Inland waterways j to over-flowing. '

This: prediction of course, reckons without taking into system, so thut visiting plea.ure I May Cod's richest blessings rest 7205&OF

consideration: ( such outside interference as i is offered by the craft can find navigable waieis I upon you all.
connecting both coasts with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry
monstrous mail-order catalo ue If one-t hinl of our\ $300-1 wonderful lakes und rivers of And Children.

000 goes; into their yawning maws then our prosperity: ,mterlor Florida. ....- JACVSO/MU&

one-third less Nature lias given ua a perfect The only antimony smelter In '
!! effective than if the entire amount were spent ,-
with home merchants. I framework upon wMch to build the United States is at Laredo, .
'men a system und a little intelligent Texas.

These things: should be taken into consideration: for he iSI planning bucked by our united __ .

n foolish man indeed who will experience the trouble inconvenience i efforts should result in giving Rockmait received its name because
Florida< the most und
delay and often disappointment'of ordering from\ a I comprehensive network complete of protectjd at one time It was Georgia's
largest m-tiket: I for rock.I .
catalogue when tl.e. !same article may be had for a little more I I waterways! to be found anyA'hero I _____ ___

--or sometimes even less" money-from the home merchant. on the globe making this ..harlrrnatfcrr 4M.1"' ''1'

Mr. nab on is a very smart man. He isn't paid for writing "
.
THK .ORI" "\!WK.T ST'RKIMfark -:.'
fairy tales for talking his Florida. la .a. Wlalr of Kl ,r.
or through hat. He is in touch
It would
not be such u difficult Ida al Ihr <'10... .( hnal.r..a Jumr io.I

with conditions all over the country and when he says! that problem to connect the lakes of ,":IT. R.: O..ft...:.. I Il".iin

prosperity Is ahead for our farming "population you mi.rht c'olk County with the Gulf. A ca- : .unil Itlnrounts.' ,,. $
lal for thin purpose la now under I'liitod HIII<*H (!itv. rnm" ntObtlKKtlonx
as well\) begin: to plan where you are goinf' to spend th! mon.v. consideration. The ultimate completion (itinruniriMl-nirrtt' .anil.1'ully 11.011.6"1

And remember this _when prosperity overtakes don't of the Florida Cross State f'ounty and Mmtlrlrittl..
you. Hiinrtw ., t01,,,,2.SO
be stingy with it, and-above all don't betray your home merchants ;anal will bring* about the Unkingof \ I Premium' on rtomln 2,257.49
the St. Johns River Valley and Hanking Ilrmxc. Furniture

by sharing it all with people,, you have never seen or the Olrjawaha River and Wlthlavouchee iilum.unit.. I''I''H.'and Other n>- I2.7A074

heard of. and who have no desire to see or hear of you except River ,Valley. ..iHirrMM 724.73
<. for ,,:what business! you send them. You share everything else While inch an ambitious program fi'i.in, H.inUx .. ___ in:.g7!>.17TOTAL.

with your home merchant-your troubles your social life cannot be completed all at U.;..560.I.;
::ince it ,la something to think LMHIMT1K:*

*'.... your I politics, your civic duties -why not also share with him about and strive for, and la a program dutiful C'omni'in" srofk t ,imlil., .In. 315.004 00

your PROSPERITY ? that deserve the united effort HurplilN. Ftlliil\ 10,000.01): : I
of all mcttem I'lllliVlllKll\ ITl.fltK fl....*
as nil sections wON
.
Mxn: > .
n nM .n And Tut**
will ultimately benefit. Pnlitl. 01' I1Ynil
. .; ..3' A PINE:" TUBE SAVED: WILL SOON lIEANIOS.: Y The story of Florida's waterways Inillvlditnl J.-rt to. I'll.Tk. TVlmnlt. Httti 101.8.17 11591): : MOSrW'QUII: I MilS. 1': .-: 4'

: t. t, It In now clearly evident that every pine tree protected writ be a "beat seller when It Stvinim.. Uopnnim. 10,7'M.oo: OIl J'ZA IN 7N It lUD /
,
flI ('oU"ly ..nil Munlrlput I
now will mean money in the pocket of the owner several years" comes a "connected" atory. be-I .fi.'piHii. '7 tin::1.11) 1$ 7'11& 7J.I $Il t/lNIUIWQJM ,

'' : hence. [Destruction of pine trees: by woods) fires or improper, I OI'TUAWS PICKETING. IN ('ITY'' f'"..hi.."rn.* t>I'hiTkw lrn"IT': '" .. IO.IH.3'"UTA 1..0:1110'tn'f. ST: PS7'/lCB R.CDA ::--- .

; turpentining' methods is just; like I O / -
,'i throwing dollars' to the I I. $21.1,511034 "
winds. PAYTONA BEACH -The Day- I'. >H. (IriVMi-ntn. nt ntul Other HecnrltivN /-
nirrU'il. HI $.",.1.000 m>, urpUditrd ..
ton.t city commiaion in extraordinary In ..> I'ntilli-' I .
MMiri if iHltnanil
p.
Five gigantic mills using pine are already established in sesMion this morning unanl- for nHiiT. pin..I11**!***. UN 'I'friutrpdnr The THRRE-QUARTER: CENTURY CLUB, of weekly durinc UM wlnUr ...<.. to ... '. '

Florida and new ones have been announced for Jacksonville m..u"rinror.vrv :Itw.! \. St. i'eterstxjrx \* indeed one of the most unusual fan and lure b.*a f..tar 4' ...eNl ......

and Fernandina. make It a breach of the for : OP'. mi'I \i >Kotti I'. *H: I II. I in the entire world. It restricts its
The peace membership Metro. Pathe and Re.ls.
ones now operating: are making Irart1t'.1pt'r. I. W. H t -)\ i'll, I'ni-liliT ..r th. Fox N w*
'
but it has also\ been anyone to puradu for the purpose l.iil'wItnriii'il """I.. it,. Moletnntv' i ii.wi'rtr to pernons 75 years of age or older and memben The GREEN ROSE own.4
; discovered
that "J
rayon and cellophane of picketing any construction pl'O'e't that In** iilii>\* ptuteitiHnl INtini are drawn from all\ section* of the United State
can be made In th. l 10"0' ..r 'niv: kni.wl.Mlneunit Caahen of JacktonvllI .b Mt m
from
pine. Th) manufacture of newsprint or business, Maximum pen- lill i>rt .unit:: :Ihiif. !It IN In:: rti miMe ami Canada. They organize their own teamo, It differ* in shape from ordinary'
in Florida i Is also iltlos' cf $ZOO fine and sixty daysin In iiffh'lul 1 iiotii I In report. liv the4'iMniitroll hold.
( expected dancoa card
.
soon. parties and enjojr ,
r of ih Si.itH .r r-'l.irlil.t; numerous distinct/ !v greenish" color. Tfce
In tl'e Jail were provided. City officials! W II :siKl.l.": : .. "i'it.ltl.-r other acCivities.
word of the Charles W.
"* Economic Eldridge who is
News Service lOG mall and "
"Within tint MMtfby
: a sild the action was directed Miitit.*'rilied unit jur.rn I. l>t>fnre, "maI WM pUnted
few I lilx 7th iliiv of Julv. 1117. yeuri, of n years dozens of paper mills: on the Gulf Coast t will rcvolu! against! four persona who had picketed Miirc'UM P. t-triitvli...tar>' 1'ul.tli*. ami it hale 1U owner. Sin* thea. it kMed .... .

tioni/e the industry: and vivify the commercial 1 life of the $300.000 VVPA boardwalk Mv rnimnlNrliin" ri> Srtit It. I'MOr heart/, up-to-date: reads everything< and help nine time* and U1I .pp..never .. .. ..... .
northi
WI. WAI.In man. and west t Florida. improvement project Itere after to< :in: i. M.MV.I Kuba the club'* balet it i* m rar(.*7 t< C .. -
ti"cnty-two men wei hid off. i i \lit.TN !,'. l'f nWS. I .11 players. Theic baieball team plays 'twio
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