Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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( +hed 1'177' -_Sub'. -eription-For- .- Year;:: :Sl..".(); Hi-Months. 75c; :-I'ajable in Advance !:. L. :Matthews.! Editor and Owner
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N1L1'St6 1'1I'Y'NINLr ftTAHKE FLORIDA. I'<..ll> VV, ..II'I.IB, 1937: :NI'.MHUl: : THIIfM-SKt:




r 1 Louis Jackson, forty-three-year-

NEW TAX LAW ASSOCIATION AT HIGH MARK (i:old lion Law hand tey was negro taken and. Into railroad; custody sec- SEEMS ASSURED

I and placed In the county jail heSatuidav

because of Insanity 1

Act Ruled Unconstitutional I Machinery Bought From IHll Ke ? 3-S Mills, Juc'kHon was jailed for several \\Only 12\2\ Percent Can Ke

In Two Circuit i If. 1. Wall For Maximum Allowed days when last lie appaiently munch but becunnnormal was released! Paid J1wJ1"il'e.i. i iI

CourtsOMMISSION $i,2:o.o1)OPERATIONS Legislature ag/ 'iln At the time of arrest :SatuidH I Griffin Say i

>. he was busily engaged In i ,

( I BUS ALSOI : TO STAKTAltOTT ,1' .\viuAii: (; : nH.\IH-"OIUHTI') : tearing down his house. in spite( of S T .\ '' K: IMtOMISHSSS01) %
Ids ''rte's objections. In order. to
l'KOIIIlHT(( O I* .K It .\ AUCJtrST t I.M'II.; 10 PAY I jr.; CEiTlOlm:\ : () : build 1 an eighty by 111) foot home I IMU: : l'\ 1T NK.VT YKAU! j t

I I -:- I m Jacksonville, : 01 Tumpa and stall !l
folhWlng, a similar: order last i it Piitchnse of t* intng equipment! COeeinOr Cone's art Ion setting The now salary I schedule for l .
in '
frrmiug.' jail i in a aul-lItaiy
| M 'I it tn,,>m the Could of fountyi.mlfrsior.ets by the Brudfoni'County Cu iopera- 'the state. tax on real estate utthice cell tents hi.srlotht's to hlllt Ktadfoid (Bounty teachers' teemed A J. Thomas. Live AsHoclatlon, was oonsumnmt- I and five-eighths mills for this week following ameeting :
hits less thnn an inch often
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;k ot tl! circuit court was In- t ed this week as d-iectors of the orgunizalion 111137-3S. will moan an Increase of Hqu.neas In I the court house \\> .
as they HI r put nn him 1'0l
itu lea Monday by State Comp- handed a check for about forty-five cents annually In Inesday night at which Supt A J. '
l bed
clothes din he lelt In the cull
I.r, let] M Lee to hold up I he t,2r.O to \\' L Wall former gin I taxes paid by the average Bradford ind' he has loin the window IIL'r"t'n''i iClift'is told bus diivcis the SIU

,1 1 .if two-yeur-old tax ccitifi- 'pfiator heie. Purchase of bulld- County farmer It wan estimated ,, to pieces.Officials. Prpui"Intent of Education: woul
"ites at auction as provided for Inli lag and lot for $750 will be completed I hate this' week. I require him to limit transportation

dl>putl'lIact of the 1937 Leglsla1111 i probably at the end of the The present levy, sot by ex-Jov- air moving to have costa this year to twelve and a <,
I approaching cotton sieiiuon., It was 'ernor hnlt7.. Is two and! one-half him confined to Chattahoochet* at I half percent' of the amount 1''cE'lv.,1\

In a telegram to Mr. Thomns, said. i mills under an old act which would 1 the earliest. possible. datePRJCES ed from the state for touchers' and :

Hid every other clerk in Florida, Although billy goats hive the .reputation of eating!\ anything they Directors of the Cooperative Association have permitted a total of six and bus dilver'a, salaries.In i

Ithe comptroller said: "House Bill |I crtno in contact with Walter Don.Mlv. neventy-thiee year old lIe1'lo'' held a meeting in thecourt I one-half mills. Governor Cone set LOW foimer" scars the superlntendent .
farmer wh(> lives In the extreme, southern pmt of the county Is perfectly
,314 held unconstitutional. Don'tu satisfied with his team. "I wouldn't trade my goats for any horse In house last Friday night at i the new rule, effective In October, had obtained I special permit. :

blank forms previously sent Uiadfiiid bounty," he said as a Telegraph leporter snapped his pictute which I they officially received a at the highest figure allowed, by m sinn from the state department to fiI
I you. Don't sell assign or delivertax behind the plow In a peanut field. Walter spends part of his time check for $2.490. representing a act of the 1137 legislature. It represents In Past Week exceed this amount. Mr Giiffls

[ certificates under provisions of working 'on I lelief" has a young wife, and six or seven "yard chilch en." :' loan from the Resettlement Ad an inrtease of one and one- I said and more than twenty-five

haul act until otherwise advised. If lie hays his two gouts are much more" economical to keep than one ministration. The remainder of eighth mills over the present levy | percent or $17.110011. spent for fI
I horse would be. His only trouble U keeping them from nibbling gtow this amount will be used for ON PRODUCE
act Is unconstitutional equity and I purr Th new rate will mean an ln- tltinspoitation In litadford I County
ing crops as they pass by. i chasing additional! equipment and eleven the 19Jti-37 'I
(justice to taxpayers demands Ihat -- .- ciea-se of slightly more than dining Hchool ternu
I no further action under its proIvmlons putting the old gin on Cherry cents per hundred valuation on real According to the state board's .1 l lniiind t' t i

be taken. I I .'tieet In running order. Negotiations estate and personal pioperty. Theaverage SOME: : VKXJKTAHMiS; : ITN'SAIJOAIM.I only $!),500 from the teach I.

I.ce' decision to halt sales followed BAPTISTS HAVE COURT DATES are now being made to secure farm In this county I Is assessed ,, : ;; HUE TOCUTTTKDIVI.KKKT el'Ii' and! bus drivers' salary. fundcan !i

rulings by circuit judges inton the services of hi gin operator for at not more than $100. : be spent. for ttunxpoi. tatii>n In. .t}
the approaching season. 1037-3H:: ;
theretoie to the Ruidford'homeowner
Vacation BibleSCHOOL average
( and Dade Counties that cer- Changed 5
|twin portions of the new law were I Bradford County luis mole than the new levy will mean A xiiivey of line local [produce, Practically all of Bradford's thir ri

unconstitutional tt Is expected i 1.000 acres of Sea Island cotton an Hddiitnntl forty-five cents out market, today showed lecelpls ty-eight bus cltlveis attended.. Wednesduy 4

tliiit, their orders will Immediately IN THIS CIRCUIT this year as computed with only of his pocketbook ,: medium, with the demand, rather. night's meeting They al.s,> 1
:225:? last
acres It Is
jh. appealed to the State Supreme I, season. ptobably The, 1937-3S! :: levy Includes one- ;, light and the miitkrt overcrowdedon heard the bad! news that henceforth
that will
1C( art I ginning opcrallons half mill for the pension fund for must Items Tomatoes and okra the state would require them

As passed by the legislature the : OPENS MONDAY I RECORD WON'T CONFLICT:\ WITH ,. August begin here. urond the middle" of which no levy was: made this >pnr, '' could 1 not be sold! l and bell pepper to pay Insurance and license tag t

and fife achnol textbook levy'inciease VMIS bringing only twrntv-flve to fees on the buses .
t permitted any person to have ATTENDANCE:\ IS OTHER COUNTYMEETINCS : a they operated.This
I o-year-old certificates offered EXPECTED: : : : (tom one-eighth to thiee-i lhll ty.flve rents per hamper( ,, would run between $!)O and t:

I tot
Ilitta to the purchaser and wiped I The fourth ;annual;: ;: I Daily Vacation Change of time for both the BROUGHT HEREi State School; Supt. Cohn English: and 4.000 down were sold at eightto units It was said While the av

1 1 lit all other tax liens Including Bible School will: beln Mon- spring and fall terms. of circuit i i sold the governor was required byI) ten rents per dozen. All varieties erago salary received by a Brad- '1.

I iulncquent and omitted taxes. d IY morning at. 8'10: o'clock at the court in Eimlfoid. County Is provided ANIMALS: !' REPRESENT law this year for the first time to of peas were going ut one to fold County bus driver Is $70 a

Sales already have been comI Fist Baptist Chinch And continuefor for In a hill passed by the I INVESTMENT OF set the textbook levy at thiee- I two cents per pound! with about munth, the amount depends on the

I pitted, under terms of the act In a perlol I c>f two weeks. Classes List session of the logisUtuieThe .50.00 quarter of a mill. The general 10,000 pounds Hold.Clieen length of his route and the type of tr

I some counties but not In Bradford .n Bible study, character buil.llng'' fall term, formerly! held the I fund uppiopilition: tor school-1 bt-uns were selling from road he driven and at least one jj

where commissioners last week requested old handwork will he offered for' first Monday In November, has I Five purebred registered pulledHereford hooks was cut by the legislature I fifty cents to $1.25 with appr"o'ui- driver, received as high a-s $150, :

the clerk to hold up miles children between the ages of five ][ been changed to the second l Monday bulls, representing a to- .from. $.'\O() 000 to S'JOO.OOO a year. | m.itelv 100 hampers bought :Mr. OtlffiHsaid. Basis of payment J'\;

[until, further notice. and sixteen: There will\ be a supervised in November, The fourth Monday -I tnl Investment of $750, were Other levies, which remained |I Squash' 100 h:impels. selling. $1 to I li: seven and a half cents u mils ... '
Clerk Thomas read the conip- play'\ period conducted by In April Is the nov date for brought into Bradford County unchanged, were one mill fur 51 2."V: ; baby limas sixty hampets, I for hard loud and eleven cents a i. :,

|UolltT' telegram Monday night to the school each morning. The i the silting term which was foimi I Monday afternoon. They.1 to purchased schools, inquired by the constitution HO Lents to $1; Foidhook IImis: I mile for dirt load. ?;J.(

Ithe Board of Commissioners meet. church has. n well mined' faculty ,i, eily held the first ;Monday: In Miy by three leading sta'kntenfrom one-half mill fur the live- filly hampers, $1.25; and peppers, Thin county with ninety-eight ;

mg tor the purpose of equalizingt >f twelve for the school Nearly Clerk, of the Cuuit A. J. Thoma I Jesse Shaw of Ah\chult.I out otuck sanitary board', one-half for I Ithci rittv hampers! ', twenty-five to thir i teucher units and u promise of \\

tees and drawing Juiors It met ill of the teachers hahatl previous said this week that the principal I!101' stock lecently I brought Into this : state boiiid: of health and ty-five rents $'1t10 per unit can expert' $7300')() |<

Jwlth their approval as being right e"'pl.'llE'nce' in this wotk. reason for the change was to relieve i state from Texas thicp-elghths. mill !for the pil.scmitimd. I Total tetimn, to fit emers In the from the state next year to be u..edContinued -1i 1\: '
I In line with the policy already The of the school Is to I! congestion and confusion that I Hog.in; :Smith: bought three bulls L I| t ,duo run! el: fur the week! were eatimatpil -
purpose end L. L. Johns and Flo.1'iggln" '
dnpted hereKit itiengthen. and develop the leliglous was former Iy experienced' In the I bought ono, eiich County Agent I Ono mill ( ,o home when court nvenod ---- -- -
o-it 19'15-38! : ; Racal
moral life f the | : : $313,0110 in the \
and < young P. K Mi'(Mine' who uccompanled, :
Klux Meeting .piopUat H season of the yen n fist onJiivs[ at the same time the ntorliincn to Alailiua dean th-I year. This veiir'n levy Is eatltneted'. IDLE HANDS COULD MAKE MONEY NI.
T t'" lo;:'iilai n-.ecllng nt the county In bring, in $3-iO.OUO; / to 1373.Ol 0 for
An ,
open-air meeting of the \hen! th.'V! me flee fiom losponsl.ilitles I ed It as the largest number of WITH WILD PLANT AROUND HERE 'I

I Ki ights of the Ku Klux Klan will '. of school life Such; .1 I ummlas.oners: lIld'tl'ioWi other [inebied, bulls ever brought" into I win mill. -- --- -.. -
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held' here !Monday< night July' school makes poadble the oppnitunity c the at ono time" Monday's' there li .
The diles for other courts county I Appnrntly: n. reason nniokcd by itself, Its narcotic quilt
new :
I 19 at eight o'clock in front! of the of concentrated ChtlstUn I purchase Increases the total Here- '' RAIFORD why llrndford County should not ties having the "nnic clliTt an tobacco -
Judicial Circuit
In the areas
I h'n'i: school building The meetIng leaching, I'uiing a two-week per follows Eighth fide 1.1 111 a.If old' tu uiountl ten I FOUNDER DIES loin the glowing' list of communl- though It hit the tongue!

[ is sponsoied. by the Stonewall ilod the teachers actually have ; he 1II.ld.I tri' that HI e rnxlnng: money by "On.e the wilrer, while staying
Fall terms: Baker County, second -
I J "ik: "on Klan I No. 1 of Jacksonville more time with their pupils than The well pleased with .. .
I agent was FUNERAL SERVICES ha tvesling Herr I logue.t woods for a few iliys I with the Into Judge t
I n I lit Is stated that able speakers lining a period rf six; months In Monday in October; C'lthrlstCounty the new additions and l says" that HKLD WEDNESDAY: { i plant bftt-'f known locally as "wild Jelly Mien, of Theicssa r>*mui'ked .
I + : fourth :Monday In Septrm1bi I I .
i.n Klan craft will be present. Ev- Sunday school. II their ucriuisition. will bf a big forward MORN I NO jHunter VRiilll" It is finding a ready use the peculiar And exquisite flavor of F
I : Levy Cniinty, Monday j
eiybudy Is invited to the meeting. 1 Each year the school has shownan i atop| toward Improving the I in flavoring and scenting tobacco the home-made syrup served. Thliflavor : :.
.. Union third !Monday ,
I : County .
'" Watrnn Raiforil, f0und-
increase In enrollment; In 1935 quality of stock cattle In Bradford. and, also! In the manufacture: of article hud' heon Imparted while Vie
: In November IT of the small Union County. town 'I
Bailey Ordained Sunday there were eighty-nine, and list: County. :lul vanilla extract new syrup' was' cooling In a trgcypress )
:Spring; terms: Biker County,
which bears his died then
t L C, I year the enrollment reached 116. Officers (.f the Bradford t'ountyCattlemen's It Is that rural residents i
Bailey, who )is conducting second Monday In April:, Gilthrlst I Tuesday afternoon at the age of repotted : trough, which. In turn, had
services i at This yen's attendance Is expected: Association this. weekissued of Volunla around ubsi rbed j t
the Episcopal Church County third Monday\! In April; seventy-six. He Walt a retired naval fff- County > aroma from the dry
her every other Sunday, became a to exceed 130.: Levy County, second Monday in ; the following statement; stoles operator and a former DeLand l have sold, $30,000 worth' of deer ton lIe leaven that had lately
-.igyinan Church Invites' "We wish to thank our county the, wild leaf 3!;0- been stored 11It. the
at ordination services The First Baptist May; Union County fourth Monday I, employee of the state prison de- approximately as Judge '
at Ocala last Sunday. After remaining ill parenta to send their childrento In May. I I ,!gent T K. McClnne Jr., for his "pin..tment.He 000 |I">und tu a Virginia spire bought and shipped] this produce. J

a deacon/ for one year he the Dally Vacation Bible School.Classes First Mondays have been iivoldl fine cooppiation' In helping to BradI Im- I [ Is survived by his widow, company since the first of th'year. "The many, both white and /

sill be eligible to become a priest. will begin promptly at 8JW:: : l In every county. prove the cattle industry In Mrn Katherine, Perry Half old, Ifsi I It In also being harvested. Inluge block, who spend. their days llat- ,;1'/
Mr. 19. lord County t and his great aisilatiinctt I In Lake Semlnole about the /
tacitly towns
Bailey is spending the um- clock Monday morning July --.---- moved to Union County In 1895: quantities shuffling ,
mer In Stai ke and la staying at tile Children are requested to come Car Hit Train In aiding; "sttHknu-n tu selectpurebred : /and, was .it .native of Fort Villey.Oa. Orange, Marlon Sumter and Ala- could find employment for theme '
reahkaee, of J. B. Carl1l1le early for registration. I I bulls chit Counties etve* by gathering deer tongue. If .1 I

The car wt. batty damAged and I 1 Kuncral services were' held at The current market price Is. reported one of our merchant: or aklpperwwould ;i) '
STARKE-LAJCE'BUTLER OVER tl> >' train remained unhurt aa the "PLAY" SURVEY to the trouble to find oat ,
FEUD j the! Raifonl Baptist Church Weilnes.lay at five cents a pound for the 1 fo
result of acldent at the
I COURT IS RECALLEDH CONDUCTED morning: at nine o'clock. titled leaf and sixty:' cents per 100 about market and shipping re* "
Sunday morning:
tey crossing: nil lateriaent wui: the name afternoon j |pounds for UM green. Burlier' In qutrementa, then announce hlmaeifus \ i
Chevrolet owned) by a 1 .
w a buyer, he couM create a new :
WPA OFFICIAL EXAMINES in Cochran, uu. with AiunonicMtcs. the season It sold for seven cents a
tly contented elections be.t.e. From 1873: to 18S7, a continuous ..1! Musoiuw ran Into an unmoving I RECREATIONAL FACILITIES I |pound dry. However, qirtlity I I.* Industry here: Aa the leave growon 1

.. Starke and Lake Butler over controversy existed between Lake ''ruin. The dilver remained In the Active pull bearers were; Malcolm "poor thin year, because of exceptlonally waste land find can be hud with' )(I?I

the location of a court house were Butler and Starke over the loca ,..r until the train stinted moving:, I Tompkins, T. H. Espy, William dry weather. out "itumpnge", and the only outfit .

recalled here this week In' a hlaj (Ion of the county seat An election liugjj'nsr' : the car a short way withIt Hanson Kellogg, of Jacksonville Alvarez. Wilson Bryant. William Keeling that more Information on I required Is a sack or a basket ;

j tory fill Bradford County that has wait held on January 18. lUG but wan. uninjured. The frontof and working from the Jacksonville Carter, and J. R. Kite. thin subject might be of Interestto starting In the business of ....therI',

Iit J "t t hen compiled by Mnr.'Miriam to determine whether Lake Butler the automobile looked as though office< ofthe WPA, ban been In Honorary pall bearers were: 1..1 residents of thin county, the ing "vanilla" _would be an eaay
I\lckUtIorfor Starke should be the seat of some giant hand had given It a three weeks I matter" 1"0
the WPA's Historical ir Starke for the past K. Chapman E. 3. Matthews. Kd I|I Telegraph salted H. R. Lagergren. -
r. ordll and State Archives. Sur- ''lalford, County. The County hearty squeeze and i ma.ilieu It to in (king a survey of recreational facilities W. Lane, W. V. Knott Dr Seeber who often favors. ufl with feature -

v"". The Interesting, facts .are a* Joininisdloners! ( met at a called ,'ulp. I'' In Bradford County ( King. J. W. Townsend R. C. Drew I amities on various subjects, what A recent article In the Times-

tllaws" ,; ueetlng held January 23 1875 for' --. Mr Kellogg has made surveys In ('. H. Wnlnwilgbt." UiySipp, and I the pfMalbllltle were for harvestIng Union hud the following to say on

BrMford County wm created In he purpose of canvassing the re- New Publication I Nassau and Baker Counties before H, T. Dowllng.Laicteu und marketing deer tongue In the subject:

151 by act of the Legislature, the .ui'nn of votes cast: In the election.t The Telegraph has received Its coming to Bradford. Baker Coun -- .-- this county. He brought several Deer Tongue la known also an
I wius found that some precinctstad now bus a new beautiful recreation hushes of the weed .houndJi" and 't,
Parent counties having been Co.IIlnIbla 'Irst copy of the New State; Farm, ty Teacher NamedThe 10 our office dogs tongue tongue)
County created In 1832 nut delivered returns te-Ute ueler, a'->"ven by eleven Inch hall located In Macclenoy where It Is now on display and may vanilla, led A duster of baaol
N.0' River, County and Suwannee 'aw and these votes were ordered State Penitentiary tabloid. semi. built 'largely with WPA funds, andIt following teacher have been i iannounced I IMI seen by anyone not already familiar ; leaves from three tn' ten Inchei'

lisqualifled. Is hoped that Bradford may get for the Lawtey school with it. He also from the
county, both monthly newspaper edited I by prison obliged us long growing ground surface
created from Colum-
After four subseque.it meetings.I I similar building! although no which will begin Its term Monday, with the article
hilt in chaplain, Rev. L. O. Sheffield, it following : oblong and taped! somewhat
fr"lNfW 1858 Baker waa formed 'he hoard mot on February 19, !und directed by Supt. L. K, Chapman promises were made by Mr. Kel- July 26: I. B. Cody, principal; Mrs. "Deer tongue/ better known like a deer's tongue, given: the

River County, and the 1875 and finding that some of the The new publication Is partly logj.; A recreation hall in thiscounty 1.. O. Sheffield, assistant; Mrs L.. here as "wild van III.," grows plant its popular nmne.

wait"awlning: portion of New River .eturns hud been abstracted! from I hand set and turned out on or even a tennis coast, bu.se.al II Hill seventh grade; Mrs. Karl: plentifully all over this sectlun.whll'uv'r It Is a plant which growl

changed to Bradford County the court-room since their adjourn. bought by the editor Rev. h. piojcct, or some other good Kd: Winds, sixth grade; Mrs. Joyce the soil Is utiltab'e. It Is throughout the year If not cut
t'ln--mber 6, 1861. In honor of Cap- 'leik In the manner pi escribed by Mr.press Sheffield '', fium of recreation every one could F'nteh. fifth guide; Mrs Ila Reale, l seldom found on high or rich land back by cold weather, and It pro.

Richard Bradford, the first"ort'la meat It was ordered by the court ----An|{ Join In would be of gient benefit fouith glade, Mrs. G W. Roberts but it prefers flat, damp land duces Its mont abundant. h<*tbu4*<
officer killed In the Civil hat the commissioners proceed to experimentsA I I to all. third giadu; Miss Helen McCutkitsecond made s'eille' by hardpan supportIng In the summer The leaves give
Hal, He fell hand had To ._ _. grade; Mrs. l..onOl.'utch.,
In the battle on san :punt such votes on that I n i only a growth of palmettos off a vanilla odor when rrushed or
D Rosa Island In west Florida lot been tampered with Stiirke, field Inspection trip will bheiil Lunch Shop Opened filth grade. 1 mid gillbcrili's. The plants grow wlfhetlng

near Pen acola. on October 9. 1861. '>n''lvlT"fr e. mtjoilty of foitj-alt i at the University ExtensionDepartment :: | of Bu.shnell. o --.- scattered, but sometimes In clone For some reason, the leaves nt
T1. Rufu.dll.D1o, formerly -
date of the dedication of the 'otes. was therefore declared elect- in ineoville: next drunk liirl/m latches. and there the air Is then deer tongue grown under trims st c!
n''llt courthouse for Bradford at 'd 1 as the county seat. I Tuond:ly morning at U.:3O o'clock toiJserte in opening a sandwich from the leaves and ''
Lake .. with I' and! nhoit order cafe In the end Mr pad Mrs. tlowiinl II. :Mutt fragrant : cultivation are not on goo.I qn.d /
,. Butler Is unknown but there The county offices were imnv"Mutely I ie Uits of experiments to 1I01llng wu..th'lI Flrooker. boy, July 12. I bllH>m. as those which grow wild.
r< curious fertilizers on fet; Island
llay frnr<* of Its being burned In removed to !Ptaika' where Shoe Kliop. The name of the new Mr and Mrs. William IIIII.'lC I Kog- "In tamer days It was gathered One person can harvest from 1tto )
will be attended
C''lnty' 1SB1, and nearly, If not all the next: meeting of the commit- 'tlon. The' meeting T. 1C Me-- ,' restnurJtit: Is Kddie's Chile Howl era Hrooker, boy. July It. here In large quantities, dried and 300 pounds of green deer ton:;.'*
tecorcU destroyed. sloners was held, on February. 15, by County Agent titgrE'E'n
mil the opening will take place --- .- hipped'/ It was also used by many leaves a l.y. Four pounds
A "ucceeding courthouse was nd 1 the matters of suitable quar-: Clane Jr and he asks any grow ..mono- Adams was a reatauint Tennis has been played for seven local irnokers to Improve the flavor leaves when cured tvelj4, ,
halt who wish to make the trip touitet
and also destroyed by fire. ,ers for county purposes and. for ers before coming to centuries according to records of the tobacco, and iioraetlmes
I" him at the court huii.se ati i manager
Kfbuary! 1S75, with a second l Ios4records. 1 j jS Stark I r>f the gine. >':,,:11 the latter gave out. It voa.s (Continued' Oa Pag Elj'it)
C flinty (fCe.ntln'Iod Co :'-age\ f.t"htl :30: o'clock. !

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,t BJtADFORD COUNTY TELEORPH: ': 8TARKE.Commissioner's FLORID,1 "UD.\\'. ,I n,\' I". IqlLUNCH !
, r p<\or. TWO ._ -- -- -.;.:;:
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Chile supplies from its nitrate Roses for the
1c ; pursuant to recess! quested that this balance: be applied Dan Thomas, Wit Tommy Powell CREATES fields about ninety per cent of the I fumes are grown extend making:< po. 'I

The pauper allowance of Mrs on the loan which the Florida case $2.10; Buster Clark. Wit world's IodIDe kansas. *r
J lola Williams was discontinued Emergency:: Relief Administrationmade Tommy Powell case $210, Albert l I.

the allowance of W. N. Brown was the Board and which Is due Sheffield Wit Tommy Powell case I 1e

Minutes raised to $500 per month, for two October 1, 1937. Upon motion being $2.10; Mack Coleman. Wit Tommy FULLNESS THAT I

Ll months after which time the allowance duly made and passed the Powell case $210, Howard Mott ,

Is to be reduced to $2,00 Board approved the applying of Juror Co. Judges Court $760; E.

July 5. 1937 month. said amount on the loan and the M Johns Juror C'o Judge's Court I
HJ per
J Lizzie Smith was placed on the Clerk was Instructed to so notify $7.20; L R Kalch: Juror Judge i CAUSES DIZZINESS
Commislotera concerned Court J. J, Rlgdon $6.40; Al-
( pauper roll at $2 50 per month. |I all parties $8 60.; .
o'clock m. In regular from the Judge ph Hazen Juror Co. Judge Court .. 0' to.
id i. met at 10 a Elliott Williams requestedthe i Reports County .
Mis I I "E Juror Co '
$8; .:. F Conway : ..
session: with the following( Board to increase the allowance County Agent, and Jail Inspector 0
L. L Conner I and ordered filed Judge's Court $030; Knn Lennon Do '. u feel like eating jour '
members present for Saul Flannagan or to were" approved 1 > > II:11k1IkI1: ; .
M. Hosier Mallory A received from J. Juror Co. Judge's Court $6.10; lunch .
i Chairman J. pi"'ice him with someone else for request was 1 supper tonight Or has your '. '
Co Judge'sCouit _
Chas. A. Juror ,
Thomas, H. V. Saxon anJ T D.Dya SI'S: G. Anderson of YVauchula, Florida Darby .
whereupon acidindigestion"When .
,t his maintenance Co.Judge's left with :
$6.10; E. D. Jones Juror you r .
erect School Bus
for to
!. allowed for thepresent permission .
per month was ; Court $6.90; Jake Roberts, you feel like that try a .
The Board was called t.> order by Stations on the County Highways .
but I II Wit. Will Harris Case $370; J. B. of Bisma-Rex-,the pleasant e.
without cost to the spoonful
i f the Chairman and the minutes of allowunce of Mrs. I ,' ,
The pauper Rowe, Wit. Will Harris Case $2.10;
the last regular meeting of June Urzle Bryant was discontinued as I with permission to use u necessary I Case tasting antacid powder. It acts '; .'
Fannie Crews. Wit Pipkins ;
I of of of said
the ,
portion right
1ti ({ 7th 1937. were le.td, and adopted I she has moved from the county. highways for the erection way of the $3.20; Mrs J. P. Dowlmg. Wit. Pip I quickly to neutralize acidindigestion ,'. .. ,

alp f'r' j The Board Casa 1".10..u .n .her II I Request for Advance Commission -I stations and for pet mission to sell kins Case $320, 9 L. Carter, Wit. : and to relieve t the fullness ;.

'j 'I 4 l purpose of organizing at a Board due EV. Hayes! Tax Assessor advertisements on the stations the Pipkins Case $320; Mrs S L. Carter caused by gus in the stomach.

of Equalizers. I! of the State Board of Admin- proceeds of which Is to be used In Wit Pipkins Case $3.20; E. F

A Board of Equalizers: was then istiatlon for Quarterly Advance building and maintaining them. Phillips. Mike Klomles Case $-1.10; Do this today. Go to your Rexall withCONCRETE

organized with L.. L Conner as : OtimmlB-ilon in the amount of The clerk was Instructed to communicate V L Starling Wit Mike Klondes Drug Sto'e- -The Mitchell Drugtic

' Chairman for the purpose of $44'57: was approved by the Board with Mr. Anderson and Case, $210; Henry Hardy Wit as a gargle regularly you help

i meeting with the County Assessor The Board decided. to pay the ascertain whether he would be in Rhoden Case $2.40; Bernice Loper tie of Bl9 ma-Rex. Take a spoonful .

,i Itf 31 of Taxes and hearing complaints 'phone tent for phone In the Circuit position to proceed immediately to Wit Rhoden Case $2 80; Eugene in of water after meals
a glass
it and receiving testimony as to the ,fudges! Offices in the County 1'I'ectthe stations If the permission Grlffis, Wit Rhoden Case, $245.;

Ip value of any property rent or personal Court House!' | as!' requested Is granted Frank Ta.torWit.. Griffls Case Bisma-Rex has been used by

an fixed b>' the County Ashi'SHor A letter was received from K. The preparing of a list of names $2.10; Annie Taylor. Wit Griffis millions of folks from coast-to-

y 1I'd{ Il of Taxes of perfecting reviewing ", Unkrith, business. m.inager for( for the County Judge's Court Jury Case $2.10; Dr %W B Parks Andreui l Sal j, COASt! This splendid product Is working in the dark termites wage their grim war
' and equilmng the assess- Box laid until 12 Co. Physician $*.3I ; A. O SILENTLY
the Huild.i. Emergency Relief Ad- was over July A.I millions of dollars worth of
| sold at the Mitchell DI'IISlore >y property a peed
Prisoners $111.50 /
mints the Feeding Co ;
in county rninistiiition, in which it was! stated 1037 because of other pressing
t The said Board of Equalizers that on July 1st there would be I I matters to be disposed!' of by the O. Andreu, fo'lne".I1..lln's.. ca- i, you Rextll Drug Stoie -so be sure They bore their way up through supports into the floor |joists! lad

a { + then adjourned r] till Tuesday July approximately( $'}45.00 as an unused board plas etc $18156, J, B. Rowe 'I to look for the Rexall.. Store sign floors. And they work from within. That which loots solid may be

41. A. D. 1937[ ut 2 clock balance of Bradford The Florida Legislature having Guard at Jail and! laundry/ $32.50;
< p. m. County and ask for u bottle of Bisma-Rex.!' completely hollowed out-weakened to the breaking point. 1'QI;
1 ,i I' 1 The Board of County Commls.IIlon..l'8 funds in the hands of the State provided by law for the paymentof T Flank Landrum /Sal Co Any &. .. ,
the -Itctlull antacid powder. Adv. sister Itou'IIlil, i/'s too late!
0 then resumed their labors I Board of Social Welfare and ret the members of the Board of 8 convictions $65. |

County Commissioners of Bradford T K McCUne, Jr. County Age -. floors and foundation
Guard termites
against by building of con.
I I Sal. The woid "alphabet" derives
!,, T County a salary of $30 per $15.The
ppkk l lr month the Clerk was Instructed. to I Board then adjourned until from the leek letter A, 01 alpha Crete. And remember, the concrete "keep out" sign is equally

r For I comply with the said! law In draw Tuesday. July 6. A. D. 1037 at 10 and the Greek letter B, or beta effective against hurricanes, cyclones, tornadoes and fires,

;: Expert RepairingSmith's mg warrants in the future for that o'clock a. m. .
t item of expenditure. 1937 .\ i iiiUK: '111' /'nl' ii'r POHHH I Write for free bookleC'Termites-What then"
July 6th., '
I tin on n < orii, i-ioiii-
; Regular and routine bills wereapproved I The Board of County Commissioners ISAAC 1)t.II, i CUU.IOX.% I ii \xi i in.. 1 It tells you how to keep termites out with concrete

and ordered
paid as per .
of Bradford County. Florida 1'0"1'1..1.11.111.'| I II. .
Garage warrant list .No. 245--in the detailed t.. I'i\or.cn
met at 10 o'clock a. m. pur- I PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
., list of which are as follows: IFI: 'H: III''A: : AI.I.TO.N.: :>:,
suant to adjournment with the following liefeailantOltlltlt i \ Hurt Building. Aihnu. Gt. d I IPln
Amount of $99271 in the General I .
members present: L. L. : 01' Il111,14(1'11)V .\XUXOIK ; tend fn cop of four booklet "Termueiw -
Phone 120 Fund: and ns per warrant list M. Rosier, 'K: 'l 4) .tFPI'tll. 1 '1$ I h. to do bout
dull J.
Conner, man, d
.. them
No 248 In the amount of $60574In 1'111 i .{: sr11 r ri.>i Mallory Thomas, H. V Saxon andT 'I!u l.rri; (l*>itevu 4uiiLon whose 'I tt M.w......
the Fine & Forfeiture Fund and aridiei.H itnlnouii l
; is :
;4 Wrecker Service Day or Night I : as per warrant list No 250 in the .A D delegation Dyal consisting of C. B. "io<11,"l ii....J'I' :; ;\ you Uiv: nit olInlv I I ,# \. L Aurm..I'

amount of $7500 in the Agricultuial '. A .It t'r| :.7. trfoie hit'I RIo,veiulili.fi .. OrFUNERAL. .
laj 'J'' Fund. Price, Mis\ J. ":. Wilson. Mrs EM "remit. to the bill of coin. _
Davis AII.It. M B. Plummer, and plaint til." rl j' ''iuiitit you In the above
A detailed list of which are as t.ntiilif| < iiufiniul, that .the j i'rud .,
follows: :-ounty:: Nurse Clenme Hickc. met fold 4ouuty 'j''lrlll.h| In htMljle \'
he Board and l requested] that the lKii.ireil. ui the duly qualified
Pauper I.Kt newspaper' i in \vhltli thin oi [>i-.K,: ,
WHAT | I I IPPI'Opl'illtioll for operation of a I hall lie published. OIH.e u week for !IJ DIRECTOR
MalthaVilkeison. $.'3: Alex | In the I four c oiihftutit I e woelvn
i! ounty Clinic as placed VVIIIK.SM J lllhutltl: Illllt, i KOIll Of 'till I. I My Many \'e ors Experience Makes It Posulblfor, 1. 1.* t I. f t' t.' r
I Cross $2: Kate Mitchell $5: Mis j)I, 193G-1P37: Budget be continued in ('''''I'' ut Miuke, riorlil. this Hit

ihebj Thomas $3; J. F Durtance '!: he 1937.1938! bu,iget, and based. 1 *th day of,Juno: A.. D. 1">:J7 EFFICIENT PKOMI'T and 'OITBTEOIS SKltVMODEIIVTE ,( f. I
ilIF'j''IAI r toO 1'\1.
;.32;; : Will Hughes $150.; Aaron Mc- heir arguments cm photographs A. J TIIU>fVS.Ax PRICES
Tulle $3 Emma $2 Missla r I ('lei l U nf iicnll, (Mint'
IS YOUR ; Murphy ; nl statistical information as tu DeWITT C. JONES
fur I lailfutd: / County' Florida
1k Hngan $3: Mis J, C Box $3; I he work already accomplished 111'' E.l ic I'llI\U:>:, I Starkn, Florid
W N Blown $5; Andrew Albert I i the County. The Could consentedo >OK.] 'itui I' fot C"'I.lullllllll. IIIJ"
7-IH-41-8-U j
k .SI.r.O; Mrs Ellen: Padgett! $2; : give the matter careful consid- I II -

} fAVOWTE il.uv 52 Mis C Thomas Srk-ta $2 Coleman; A. F. 1\lrs'l I ration when the temporary 1937- I Our courteous services ars. daily winning I
; A : $ ; ::8 budget is consideredMrs .

( I I Ir !I'R. Belle Paimenter $3; R. D.I I !' C A Knight representing; new customers. Why not drive in and have j

Stokes Lizzie Smith$3; Mrs.$2.50 Vlnda; Mis Fotsyth Geneva$2; the Woman Club requested" the your car serviced the Standard Way?

to the Library Fund $ 500 making
I1 I 4 Pi ingle $2.50; Mrs Jessie Anderson
he total allowance $1000 permonth
$2.50; Mrs W M Hodge $5; and stated that unless a<*- WE SPECIALIZE ON TIRES and TUBES j
Mr. A C. Baxley $3 Riley Johns
; litlonul funds are donated to the
53: ; MIB. Lolier Todd $2.50; Mrs
vork it would have to be close!!
Caisey Rauleison $250, Mary the L'oaid agreed to
YOU WILL F/ND IT HEtt whereupon
owe $250.; Winnie Norwood $2; o.isldei the matter when the Temporary We Are Equipped to Wash, Polish and
Mini Beulah Edwards: !' $3, Arthur
I Piymor $250; Saul Flannag.n I I Applications Du.lget l were is consldeied received from I Grease Your Car. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

u i 113; :Mrs Elhe, Mae Bioskle $10 ,

ti'F NpiR; I S McCAII'S C Miss Lee li/one$2;Thomas McKinley$2, Mis Davis Cynthia $3-; I I from Mia C.Mia Haitl'ne Edna\ of Hampton Thomas:: an'tot' I A. A. DURDEN SERVICE STATiOa!N!

Pictorialjfiview B ; ';t 'Ike for the Statulol'YVi !ol'm.tl \\"

TTERI4o,1ES$ Tis Ethel; Johnson $5: Annie Mur- I >::-: n nop.i TU'llltl.n. the api I (i\i-u; : or io\!D'4 13 \0": ) 2'\, ;si .\UI\K, :rl.T ..\.
ii V $:.!.50 Mis Madison Hall
; $2;
t tt I .ilicitlo!: being\ laid over for fin'
l e' 1 Griff $3: U'aliter ; Ice .._...
:w thet rsU'einfion! i ii r, 1 -..-_ -
t S2 0 John --- --- -
1 et/t.D 46 ; Pierre $3: GeotgeutkcrHVille i, The P: i ru of County Comntisdonets __-EI ;.. ._ ...
: .
1 t,6 $2.f.tarke'Tclcphone then/ ailj' '>uineil till Monday i rill' ui, '1U'41'I 01'i' or 1(11 It Mount UIIMK

I t Yr' 0 Co Telephone I luly! 12.::! at 10 .00 clock 1Ll.. '
I' 0c/0 Amelrrn 'nt $1070; i.:. A. Winkler. Ban & The Bradford County Board e'f'r I O O L-M O T O Rf

Ufiht Ct Hotisa[ : '
Y $J005.; A. O Equalizers convened pursuant to :N \'n.1tf.. ici.in: .K .
tts 'ti Mat 0 ry Nom, + 1 lien' Coi X S C !, I .N I: .\ N. f OILS
I+ HaoHnrll Dana Y. InqSlalley \n-1 I '
i recessed till Mon- 1 1 K\: V.S I UK! IMJJI- 5
tNest ,,, ____ Yr. c'v n" 'r-1 $7,TO Siaike Ice Ice adjournment ?J U L: ,:1.\7119; :; I.\ !\HI'III; [: f'Ot'NTt' ,\KK\I: 11:1f :
-1 p flea ; Company I 1 tt: T iiA..ItJGtIt.: : ; \T< I'I'
IHV July I2lh A. D 1W7: 'it I II i ut '
Flus1f ---t.; Yr ? :-; .UhlllI: [ '. { (MPirTK: !.INK Ol
SaRUlo1 .
l $& &Z5=iZ louse $8 CO; Wnlket Evans: : & O It 1'la"EJtI'.f:
a11i I
I Ma 1'ri. o a. m j
( Q Patad rYi 0 ,+1 "..g. K 1.1 ('' IO HI > CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTSmi
HaarrAa/ Y. A. J. THOMAS: ,, Clerk I
I aetl id- i. Yr. 0 d MOarln 1 yr, 0 0Cl >nl Hook $033t. Gin Petitions, "I.,\\ OtJOF: M.GKllLt :- t : K\r:: : "funOI.1t: : VIHOK IU"N- nor (.El: trio.
a Se 11ie Mat 0 M 1 I.. L. CONNEI:. chaumm !tOI.-31r1Oll: (1.\M>I INK: I'KOM ONE: OK THI:>f.Kitty's .
p'as __ $ Leonora er gaie Pa $19 OH. total $123.68; Geo. II. In- I T,\ :.o ..t1(0: : \T-i: .
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] oa, ? : eYll _1. Ya O Poraou' Hom. t; .-1 y man, Coi [nfl, Juror' Groves' $1.10; Emulsified asphalt Is one of thebest I'KOMi'l( OK3.IVKUV: STATIONS: 13.23
l __ Dad Fenders
t Robert Dodd Cor Inq Juror Groves '' -- -
+ lino 0 Po.Iito par Fl'1.1. II F.WH-r.( ioui.sr -
-1. coverings for ties wound*
l1 P Be.a. v. Tn.uatr.ntAr :1I Y.Inaut 51.10; A It Halt Coi. Inq Juror i
.. ;: 1'iiitK.: I West End Sta. Harrison's (Srooker)
psltd epu %} Ye wfisaf f? *. Gtoves $1.10; A. A. Durclon. Cor.
fish somotlmos "f'li
pndl __ :._ Vt. flS2ftW5f Yr Inq. Juror Groves $1.10; Joe Nog..11 Deep sea I STARKEICE D. E. ROBERTS, Agent
; Y. up" into lighter pressure aieas an
agoats.Cadi : Jor. Inq. Juror Gloves $1.10; D.I BICMII'OIIDMI t'MON ( OI'MIKSUOKTIIINO10V :
: unable down :
+-IY, are to get back agaadue
Kinlaw, Cur Inq. Juror Groves I I COMPANY : SPRINGS:'\
I to the expansion of a'.i bind:
;$l.10; L. L. Conner, Sil Co. Commissioners ders. I I

e ;tV///fT YOU WANT- PAY FOR WHAT ?OU GtJ 1 $30; II V. Saxon Sal =-
Oo 'omm'I'8 $:SO; ; Mallory Thomas

r OFFES 10. I OTTER HO. S f 5'I Co. Comm'is $30; J. M Rosier

This N....p a p.. I T.. 1"1 1'0'.o..lr. .. Thll K.w.pap.f. I Tf Tor AU o..lr Tour -111. ('o. CommiH $30, '1'. D Dyal

M".I... } MII"a.la.. } oiil Co. C'ummis $30; A. O. An-
Y 6 from Group. B $2.10 3 boo Group A $2.40 I then: Sheriff 1 day with Co ComM '

I4 'IH $I, C. A. Knight: Com on 1936

OTTER. "0, S 01'1'1. "0. 1 I "I'-ixcH Col $61,74: A J. Thomas Sill =

This "....'ap... 1 'I" AU Tour' ru. 11..._,... 1 All II. I $75. St $8 Ind. $31 GO. Wire $3c.fllS.S '

2 MII"II.hem. craaP. .. A } par' OaIr 2 M"ali.he.Oroup.. 'Y"\\ r..Oalr / ; Ernest Byrd Sal. Janitor,

1 Ma"II.I. B $2.25 3 Magadan ($2.50 1 Mo. $10; Km OKI.C..Wall. Sal. su.
ham. Croup tram Oeou pl ,.oiv. Reg. $30, K. I 1C. Penyman, ,

;or Inq Mallcy Gloves $720.;

Bishop Oifice Philip Indexes &

Arl_ hI'' 'LIO M....... Mee........ a .. ..II... IIS I Pad. Etc $2373.; T. H. & W. B. OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
A..rI_ rnolt Gear (_ 1.71 M.II. ........ _,__ Lee Drew Co. Carbon & legal blanks
A..rI.... ..___ __ LIS Op.. I.e4 .."... lep. >.oa $320 !!. .lt\'1C E STATIONS I'1.\1-00( : ltl\l. ESTATE; I I \l 1)11'AREF'ciiNl..i tt: : .
; City Light & Water |I I
I ...... _. Rod a.....__ LOS Op5adWty Magad.-. Plant .,
........ OG..IN 1.70 ...... MaOadw 14f Lights & Wales Ct. House $29.. ; -.ra.za.qM.-MY1R -
cap_. la..r' 1.71 ._II.d.. (C..Io1"1) 10 i.r.r: is I\E; HUU; rt JMHI.NO 1 ; TWO FOIL OlliF.I.t: t' :
Chad< UM ,. I.IS PII"liecr1 CIII: _. Hi Quigley & Davis Lumber for cas-: Light's Shell Station A TIIOROI'OII IIOUNIOCIE Piiri-hiisn Ono Pin'
Chrl...... Bray 1.50 Pk.Mplay I.IS 111..1 pauper $7; A. J. Thomas Recording REALESTATE: .IOHNSOV4 OlA-1111
; CoW..'. W..Io1f' L50 PllIIricr1 ....... LOS ( t lF.R'INOs."c' :.\NI.VO 1'1111
Dis. E. '
Co..twr M..w __ 1.7' P.puI_ M.akada.. LOf Williams 25c; I10OR I'OIJXII. 73r
i D.tl_ __,_. LIS ...... /al.... M..thl'l_.....- 1.1' Geo D. Bainard St. Co Ink Well < hri Cold' Drink J. L. Simmons Self Pnllohlnit
Did. ....., ,_-1 1,71 lad(. M... (i.ahnl.al,_ I.IS Prn $2.66 E.V. Hayet. Adv BUY: ONE-GET ONE 1'Hf.f.
... IA ;
San fo.r.al. I Ti- I.M I db..k .lId. I." 011. und Oil Plumber
11.14 sod 1_ 1.1 ... ... .. ........ '.U .Com. Tax:< Assessor! $120; Dr, M B. IP 'Nor \v\vr T') Bradford Hdw. Co.
'10"" Orow.r I.U LSOHo I -
.I ... Ar. If.......... 1.10 _. Pluy LSOiaun He.I"ng I Ins Inq. Cynthia Lopez INS CR.NCEJohns ..IU nTt.ey.f. <'n KENT: J. B. CAKMSI, 0"".'r
....... $2 Dr. W. I I 'Uti'ST>
) a.d a.Ne. '.U III. 2.00 ; B. Parks Ins. Inq. -
I xau..kald. M...,...._ 1.70 Spon.Suea..lei 1I1I.1e1 I.DeI I Cynthia Lopez $2; J. B. Rowe Ins. __ ___ r, 'SE@4lN- Sri: : ns-
Llhdy W..kI. 2.10 r
Ltt.raty t Dtg..i 4.10: Till. Nay =_ u: 1111]. Cynthia Lopez $2; E. K. Pelijman '- \\F. .\KKriF.S : DenmarkFuniture
... ...._ & Wainwright
Mceau'. LM W..aa' World 1.10 Ins, Inq Cynthia Lopez $2; 1:1I: >'flO WILSONREALTY Co.

A..1.I Thomas Ind. Papers PuclgettJt INSVIl.\VC:'\ 'K AGENCY EM'EKTS : :

Die: & 'case Will White $1265: .. CO. \\." Are H"ro'ltlag S\\\ !print
OM liinhl, 4'nnqanr.ell Mitchell's Drug Store III
sa.r rl.r r a.r Wi.mcn's Club Staike. monthly allow ; 'tPrl.!" Eeety, "n, NP
l\pt>H" itf tn'm->i'ieMtli /quirk" Dependable, Cer'.Pr. IDs
mice for Library Expense $3 I !>>. U it. (ore ion
Gentlemen _. -
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Bradford County Telegraph AtJvx no fTr.JSH (. u}n'\SIT.iI: -- I
1 r I enclose II for which please lead me ; Ptir.tm.r; $2t: H. IS; Standard 011 (.11'E'4 What You Want
the magatinet I have checked together with ayear' I. :'nnip'ny. I3al on. Oil for Ct HouaeL'l Shp! "S: :
9 subscription ta your newspaper .: A r.onn PLXTE TO
Fine A orti-itiire fund I Ycu Can Find I
:rll''ul'n: HMF.MI- I
N 1 II: 1 I":: Penymin Co Court Cost I ..\rEnT winvo \
T Him_____ '
I '( T-:
$!H,39 II 1tt.tso..a y
; D May Wit P.obeitSpires cc !
In This Corner
Street or R. P. D. et ul ease $290.: ; J. B Sapp The SPOTLIGHT ANYWHERE

WIt Tommy Powell c lae $210i;

I IlF'1 I' a Town and Stt V Melvin McKinney Wit. Tommy)!I li !1..rlUlt'd Bottler V !\IITM\V:: Prop. READ THE ADS O. J. PHILLIPS

Powell case $2,IO; Willie Davis L.tll'TEY
The I'au.e: Tbftl 'k-fr..b.
j -------- ------.. Wit Tommy Powell cuse $210.; I -

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NOTICE Mr*. Bn>unhltflelrl, C'vr.
All. N\V 4 of NE'-i: W of 41', 5(1( In Woodlawn. 19 I 23 SO W H vVainwrlghtB 432
public road ex 0 A In XV H of Lot 31 In XVood-
-SW.; t'or-19 A 8 440 ftof law n .20 I 22 Mr*. E U Harvey 0. 204 Hrtdg 1'x.rty Olxen
NK>4 of ;NVN'4 U EH of MI1, of NW'., leu.I .
nn-lflO A that the lands.
described I
'Mon: in hereby g-lven following or no K'II: of NW4 of ;OOW- KH of SWi, of SKU 22 II 22 I>. B. Sullivan __._ 827 Thursday afternoon Mrs. Jimmie i
,.....( HB will be neceanary to pay the amount due (or t.nn of d U7-100 A t N 160 ft of ; XX. H cf SXVl, of SKI", ANK .
'"h I"1If ft oppoMte to th. ame, together with/ cost of nuch Kale\ KM, of SW'. of ::0- : ', of 111-:1.: of SXVl', 22 5 22 30 T J. Ten.v 12.44! flitch and' Mm. W. C. Pendley were
6 .rrin J 27-100 A N ISO ft of Com 310 ft E of 8XV Cor of ShaeIH -
1' .. 1J at hottvhncn at H bridge party.
Publl auction
rtv rllnli'K. will on Monday. th 2nd day In:... nf S"I.-4 B4-100 :"00.:', tof VXVl, A run N '
1 .* Dl 1937> at thdo hour f 12 o'clock, noon, at th* Court A t N 150 ft of .SAV14 of.Ni4 1'6 ft. K 310: ft. S 394 ft, daiiifs Hini zinotuH In pastel!

Afrou',,';-iiM' Ih.. County oIN. Bradford hi Ih* City of Stark., State oflorlda ]; \V of public road W 3tfl ft to beg; _. 21SH I 82 1 *. .1 Lowerv 6 81 colors were HO arranged us to add
'>r -4 t,0100 A 34 G :1 LO VeDorcn\ Mineral Water of )NXVi, of NEi,._ 81 ,. SiB : 20 L>r. (9 \\ Itrow n &IT
Co 1H44C :2 A oil ;N Klile. of NK'i: of i eatly to the atl'HotlvrneM of the
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NP.'. of NK'.4: ex S .A InN SIROllndNI: E by rooms. The prizes were a pair of
T.ieA & Cor ft ex, about 7 A .'..n.. B>'rd. S A W hy A.
... II.... .rill.A. 0....... CM<*> In SB Cor & ex platted M. Rlanchaid 23Ix 22 2 J.'e KrlBO 2.83 brautiful pillow caes for highscore
p..I." l..niln In KW Cor ex a >t 2 of Blk 3. Town;... ofI awarded to Mm. Sanford
I" ... 36 e 19 80 ( Umpire Lumber Co) Mrl|> 130 ft wide N & .S, JIM Icy, West of Rv 23 II 22! Mm. Enoch Oilffla. 12 49 ,
., of I-1 IN.; ii.; HayrK' Cut> 8003 N nf tllk 4 & 7 of 15 '1oonLo \\.lw! of Rlk 24. KlUb. and a group of attractive

sg., 1': t. of Hellbron Sprtnfnt.. alxo all of )' Weet pictures! for low nuorc, held by Mrs.
of ... of NEost \. ifiMt portion of NWH ofNni i.f Ry _n_ 23 Ii 22 Mr.. Enoch Orlfflo .__. 2452
N..W' I;:.,f SI'4 2 7 1*. 240 N. O. Hayes. E"t. _u___ 7816T : ; I n of roail ex H, AIn Lot 7 of Blk 4, Town of Kite. At the end of the game a
.. SWI. I< NW'4 --r VW Cor &: ex platted 1.lLwl.O XV eM of Ry 23 II 2* F;. M Bennett. .. 547 delicious! Ice course wan served.

W ._ _." 2 19 120 n. B. Roberts ________ 45.78 lands In SK Cor 1:1: ex, a Lot 3 of Hlk 4. Town oftjiwtey
>W'. 1'F.'j 10 7 14 40 Federal Land Bank -. 1009 ..Hip i UO ft N
-f"' of "W' _____11 7 It 40 Federal Land Bank ___. 1009 4 Hellbron I prlm? 34Be Zl _:! Oreen A Mitchell _. 1097 Ci.tn. 112 ft W of ;NE Corof Ritch Mrs. Kite, Mrs. Wiggins,
of., I't:''. 25 5 20 40 H. I* John.* __ __ -_- 3.31 r 150 ft 8 of NW Cor ofWi4 Lot 4 of Blk 4 A run
,\\ .. f A NKV, of"oY of NCtl & run S S 100 ft XV 58 ft. ;N 100 Mis. Giinej. Mr*. Godwin. Mrs.

11'''' or SEL.. ._ -- 36 ( 20 ISO H L. Jc.nn.. .. __ _. 9.7t 259 8-10 ft. .E 1434 ft to ft. n 58 ft to beg Town I Diexv Mrs. Pilnce Mrs. Wallace
SW'', 8WV ASfSV ilicht of ay, thenceNoitheilv of Luwtev. XXeot of Ry 23 1\\ 12 W. H Edwards. h_ 30 60
; or !'II. A NLf. ofKH 318 7-10 ft, W12r Lit 4 of ll1k. 7. Town of Aim Lander, Mrs. Chapman, Mrs.
Of' t Nt;".. of >2 ft 10 heg In 8'. of 1..1.)' .. I of Ity 13! I 22 K R Cmiadine' 32 25 Fancher and Mrs. Rlchnrde with

.\\,1" of. f' 36 6 20 120 n C. Nettle S718B I Ir. ;\ FL. 36 S :i M.. <" ,,fWI: ', --.- 31\ 20 40 H T* Johns ._ .n._ __ fl 91 Coin 75 ft N nf Blk 4 on E :i of IIm 8 Tow n ofl Mis. la/en, Mrs. Murphree, and
,_ ,.r st:'. ----. .- 1 6 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. ___ 1191 Hide of punlic road l 111lleilfttoii I l I..iwtey XVeat of Rv 23K's 22 W. C A J... XTooten 8 87 Mrs. Dttruey, the guest! of Mrs.Pllnct' .
.' : of Lnt. 1. 2 of Blk 8.Town .
"r RW f1I 1% spring' run
-..'. InW r !'W':; cor .-.- --- 1 6 20 19 W. W BalHden _____._ 398 :N along; I 12 Hide of xaldroml I' of Lawtey XVentof joining them as ten guests.Mr .
4 Ry 23 :S; 22 XV C. Woolen 14 80
ri ft, thence K atliKlit --
''. of NW i A I All Blk 9 ex Lot 1. Ton
'' angle. ISO ft,
I 'si'"f SWI4 N'i' of thence' H ;purallel with .01 ,... >\tev XXeRt of 11)'. 23 S 22 Mrs, Enoch QrlffliAM 16 40
xv Co m and Mrs. J. A. Bouvlrr, and
.r,.l"vrw of NE I MIIId road f>5 ft, thence All Blk 10 Town of Lawlev I
YN-XVIJ, of NWW' A W at rlKht nrnrlen 150 X> e t nf Hy. 23All B 21 Lew. 00' 14 50 their KranUchiKlrrn, Gerry and
: ft to t the pt of beg; 36 5 :1 J T Qu'i"I./ ._ n .. U8 ink 12 TO\MI of
R MO ) .I V 146 23d. tt : ? l.a"-:3 [ Hetty Bouvlrr and Ceclle McKoe
.un Coin VW Cor of Blk 4of tev XVeBt of Ry B 22 R A Blancharii 867
E 141 3.8d
MO yd. llellhron A All rile'' 14. Tow of Lnw- the week-end with Mr and
) ; Hpt-nt
.. 1 6 20 100 ]M H Moody __ 1158
,, "lh"pIOrb"A' .n. run N 130 ft. K 440 ft, S W..t..fty .. 23 B 23B Mm" M R XV run .. 111 40
l.tti. f VRV & All. SEVJ 110 ft, XV 440 ft to b-g atrljrht II.y, of Half Klk 5, Town Mrs, Cecil McRae in Mclntonh

pr'sr.', ," or McKln eu annle. to & parallel of Lutvtey XXVHt nf Ry 23r.i.L 22 -- A. II Ho i Icy ... 547 I' Mrs. L. O. Sheffield left Monday
,:" 13 211 G-J. 1'1.Ioody __ __.____ 841 with public ex 1 2, .1. 4 of Half Rlk C. '
!''r .r n !'WI. =1 20 40 P. T. Knl"ht .n_._____ 4.02 lot In, NXV Cor ,rI. Town of r.awley XX'eninf to visit her parents in Crab Orch-

".&..'of "t:' 22 20 o r.eo. c, John.. u______ 24.091' 55 ft N A 8 by ISO ft EA Hy 23 5 22 AUle S. Hurley1'r _____ 4 97 I iiul, Ky.Mr. .
f "\\1. . 23 8 20 40 O..or/f" C. Johna __n. 10.1A XV 36 5 II Mnnd. Walnnrlpht 4 <4 All S A. Bailey Lot A all\ '
,_\.. "r t:' ________23 ao 10 Empire LumbH C'e_____ 10.78J I3'a of LotH 7, 8, 9 of BlkSt I Ulna; Let 1 Tnwn' ofLaHtcv i : and MIH, J. (3. CaUhvell" and

:" I. JIIk 15 New : FI1nf: '.ot. 11. 12 nfBlk XX'ent of Ry__..23 II 21 O. W. down .. 3256 their children are spending! : their
__23.2t 20 t'nkn"wn __.______ _n_ 204P 4 & Lom' 1, 2, II. 12. Ulan '/tot g Town of Lawley -
III' ,fWI.: __ ___ 28 6 20 40 Oeo. C. John.. __ ____ 107Alt. I of BIU 7 A. all Rlk 8 exLot. West of Hy _.. 23Hf G 22 J. T. Reddlah. _______ 3 B8 \acntion at Ocklawaha.
\ ,
\ "f SEI. .__ 28 8 20 40 p, T. Knight "U' 4.02 3 A lOin HellhronSprlnK" nt SB Cor of Hotel I During the \xeek L. O. Sheffield
r.I. tLiI "r NW' It I ---- --- ___ __36 5 21! \11I:1.\1 W, liiHiiB-ht 3 03 Lot A run N 76 ft, for aVI
\\\1"\ ...r !'1foL. :! :!n 280 IT. D. John.. ._ ____ 81.08or One half undivided Interettt of beg;, thence run XV attended the Boy .Scout camp between
Irot 2 ___ 31 8 211 81) "nknown _ _ 24.5G"to in LntH 1, 2 A XVIj of ft, \ 75 ft, K 75 ft. Jacksonville and Green
3 & 1" or Lot 4 It N'>!. Lot. 11. 12 of Klk 4 In H 71 ft 10II i.f beg
1",1 10 _.31 20 JAO ,T. M. MIIHI" ._ n__.._. 12.2GE" 1I"lIb.n, IIprln", .. 3d 21 lit... IItRIIII Walnwrl"ht. 4 58 Town nf Lawtev XVe"t Co\e Sjninfrs: having accepted an
.f of st:', ____83 6 20 I) 'I' f I't..v..n. ________ __ 19.73 < 1 6 21 :0 nuhy Oll..on 2 24 of liv 23 6 22 I.i. L. DlHikbuin 1007 invitation to be councilor for several
'. ,.r I-1t'i ____.33 8 20 40 T, M. Steven" _.__... 4.48 : ;;t 1.r"'trt 0".. lot r,5 ft N A H by 100
,' \ '. of st.v, & SIV ofE' All I'\WI. ..f NF.'. H ofrnad ft K &. W, l South of Hotel clajs.
\!\ of SW __. _.___82 20 I) P. R. ColRon __ ______ 2485Ii. 2 8 21 : T..I" ... ".Ar"a. 1 19 l.tft ex n lot 21 ft N AH I Mr. and Mrs P. I). Kanc-ber, P.
.,r .. 8 21) 40 'I' M I"t..v.n... _n_ __ 1009 All ::11";,, N of road 2 41 :1 157 IItr.. Al1nl" H ....lvAr"" 11 84 by 4(1 ft K A W In SECor
or !''IW1 I'F.I.,. or RW'.. 33 8 20 21) T M. Rteven... __ .___ 5.27W' SW', 2 21 UO W..J F".'''' .. 14 73 tof Hume, Town of D. Fancher, Jr., and Mrs. Leo Wig
-1\"" of !'EL. .__ 33 20 40 W. H. HCldgu ____ _____ &.83 ;OOLf. of 8WI. 2 6 II! I) Fmplr.. I.umb..r ("0. 1078 Law lev XXent of Ry 2'1Lnt B 22 J L. Mrtirell Co. __ 13 69 gins were Sunday night dinnerguests ,
1.. or !'WLL "f SW% ::0; '" of !lEL; or NEL. .. __ __ 3 6 21 20 W. J Fo..r.. _. 691 50 ft N A S by 75 fti
& E', rof I'WL. ______..33 20 81! Alf.,1 Thom... -- __ __ 1083W' "'v of I'I-L. of S ;L. !II If,, i I': AV In NK Cor of Hotel of AI I'll. Fred Miller In Perry
nr of NWII. of Nt l. & NF:'. Lot. Town of Lawtev -
"fF't: & NF.I XV''Hl of Rv 23 5 22! Knima f. Hill .________ 527 -
,'WL, & "'f or NWL I'P < !l1.rOl: L of t L. : i 1> 'RF! tf. : : : g: The Gerald Cox J. M. Bradley,
tlf 1"1'': __ _33 8 211 241) T. M "tnen" un 8.88I OneLot on State St' 60 ftV
:\ of !I % or RWL __ 4 6 21 o El'I'plr.. Lllmb..r {'o. 1078It A. S hv I fill ft K A XVKoutuleil and Vance Ceiger families visited

I,,,"'I.r I'WI, & SE'4__ __. 8 20 120 T. M. Steven.. .nn__ 12.8G \'vl' f&SN"I
__ of fnV I. of tor r. 1\ 21 .0 't m"lr" Lumh..r ('0. 5 02
( I st1 SW "'V'4 and Mrs. Martin Grlner andMrs.
Tow uf W..I
...W'. ___34 6 ZO 11) Fed"ul Land ank ____ 2.04Lr'I" SF.L. of IIEI. .. ____. 6 6 21 40 F.mllir" f umb... ('0.. A 91 of Rv M Lawtey 21WH B 22 Mm Bnoih Grlffl.IX .. 111 47 .,
I. : __ _._ 7 7 20 160 T. !'1tewart ___._u__ 60.70s All 8 6 11 d'O Fmplr.. 1.lImb..r ro. 83 11 Ida Griner were guents of '
-- of Lot 1. Town of
of Lol 7. 8 __ 7 7 ZO 47 t.'nknown .--. ----- 18 52 ofSEI
of "0" N 4 A of E\v\ of :o.IWI. Law 'ley Kant ofTly Mr. ami Mia. M. L. Edwards in
'1'':'. .'f oW-j! &. W'; of I } 10 6 21 4 n. 1> R.,1dl.h 1 It46S 2124212HIx II 22 >UIH' H Hill ..__hn 1208 Melrose .
..W''. & I'E', or NW W or:' 1.o i'll .t 1or.L >t 8. Town of LawteyBant Friday.Mr.
Rhrolll 3 ., }oJ of ,,,,bile ,; of Hv 21-24-25-26 6 22 Geo K, Tount .. 24 22 and Mrs B C. Prince are
"od & "FI. or sw% exA : & N l A "f Elf" or I "Com at :VXV Cor of Lot 3 &
In !'E Cor ___ _____ 3 7 20 196 M.8 ....Im. Shaw ____.. 6691I RIof NW", & III,. or run 8 244 ft, n 120 ft, to delightfully enteitalnLng tbeir visitors
;00: A A of Elf" of NW\o\ otE'I I I at Dr. Urtnson's
A In !'F. Cor of NE orw' .. H pt of beg thence run place on
I ._. 8 7 20 1 l'nknown. .. .___.u_ 878Lrt N : sWIi'--'F''' :: -;_-;;, 6 21 ::14 Frank Thom. -- --- K *0' ft. S 100 ft, XV 60ft I 11 Kingsley Lake. Their guests u>-
ft of
k d N 1(10' to pt beg;
,, 4 of .W 8 7 20 n. D. C'roMby _n _______ 741 1'\\1, & IIW'. or NW'4 W ,.... Wa",1 .__ 13 55 Kaxt Lawtey 212422f> 22 PC'A Mattl need 977 :, elude Mr Prince's sill leI'. Miss
1\\"' ..f E' (,r NW'.. 10 41 21 ..
Li t 12 Town of LawteyEa.t
1,0. (. 10, 11 of Dlk._7_ 8 7 20 n. T O'le..n _u.n_ 7.41 I RI" of IU:'. __ ..,10 l1! o "' 1m K..n..y. __ _u_ 7 59 ,c.f Rv 51-24-21-26 & 22 Mm. E R. Harmcn __ 231 Mary Sally Prince of Dublin, Ga,
W..I 'Ily Ward I II. :.; ." of 1'I1.L' ; I< S'V ofSWL. Lot 1. Nub Plv nf Lot 13. Mrs. Prince! sUter, Mls Etl.DaBlggt'1'S
I.t 11 .r Illk 11 t1 21 1:0 F.mplr. 1.lIl11h.. Co. ._ 16 25
_. .__ 8 7 20 M P. Math..ny .nu. ._ 190 Town of Lawtey I Kant
1595 and Mrs.
rllv o Mr. Ivp Rud. Alan Da vies of
11 21 _
Ward III" ar I'\\V' nf Ry 21-24-25-26 5 22 W J liarber ___. 4 11
Loll 7. 8 "f lk_ _13________ 8 7 20 fr" Mary Hobb. u.n_ 878 1 fo4 or SF. of FI. 11 6 21 20 AI....I .".. 1 I.. Itn.n"arn".. - -.-. 2 4..02 24 Lot. 16, Town of LawteyKat Jacksonville; also Junior Pace,
Clly. n ._ __.__ :ow ..r "'WL. 13 II 21 40 2.1-24-26-26 & 22 -- CJIii.lMIreen. ______ 461
( 7 20 R. T. Oot.en __ 888Lro I of Ity .00
!,flt d ,.f 1111< 16 'Va,1 "lty.8 NFL. tlr !Itl.: _ 13. 21 .0 '.)"IIA 1' '."n _ __ 9 49 Lois. 17, 18 Town of Law Joe Jenkins, and Buster Jenkins of

,'; .; j. il :.13. 8 7 20 M. O. Harrell ______u_ 478L' II'" ar H'VI. of N"-'. 14 21 :0 r..r (Lllmh..r'roo by Co.- -.-.- 8311 2 24 I tey K nf Rv 21-24-25-26 II 22 J U Harrell ._____ __ 9.36 that city and Mis Velma Danzey
All __ .._ .____ 18 21 640 Emplr n. Lot 21 Town of IjiwtevKant
5. d. 7. 8, 9 of Dlk 18I"'V 8 '7 20 J. P R(>b..rh .-------- 2091 ....1.1ft': LPolllg ; rf'at" of Ry 21-: 4-Si-24! I 22 J. U IliirrellM ._ __._u_ 1402 and her children, Shirley Wini
:"& ::111 f'ii k2 ; 97 Lot 24 Town nf LawteyBant fred and Buddy of Homestead.!

Ward ,.lty.8 ___ 8 7 20 H. P. (';aln..y _______.._ 478 111/fhway 28 __._ _. 22 2 tI 6 :1:1 40 I.. t'1 M. Vlnlnll Mt'Ra.(. _. -_n- -._ 13 4.02 of Ity 2.1-24-25-24 & 23 J Bell .. ._________ 231 G. W. Wilson attended a meeting
OOWL "f Rt
; L. off W
Lot 26 A A; a Ktrli>
Ward _
1"CIIY, 12 of lIIk U 8 7 20 :''IIr.. Laura E. Daxl..r. __ 190'"h. Slf" "r SW'4 __ _. 2: 8 21 o F.mplr.. 1.11mb. Co. 1078 H|<|" r>f Lot 26. Town of of train men In Gainesville Fri

l .. F..j' of the followndeocribeit N"\J lortlfN!: .G. :OO: I Clf 23 6 21 .10 H M McR... __n_ 4.32 l/awtey Kant 23242524Lot ofRy II 22 M J Hell __ __n__ -- 4 50 day.

piece of prop- 21 Town of LltwteyKa Misa Alice who
I t-rty: Com at Sl0.. of w p'.r ..;1E tl l..__ t:3 6 21 90 F..".. I '.lIl1d Bank 36 27 "t (,t Rv 2.1-24-25-24! Ii 22 W. F. :'Moor. _______ ___ 1020 Royaler formerly
I'FL. of 1"W'4 A run W l V'j' c.f Lot 13 Town of lived on the Farm has been the

I 1C.* > dn, N RO yd. to S. L .. h'I. 'k r 2 !1G 6 U lInknown 204 I.AWtey KaHt ofLot Einina P. Hill ._ .. 2 81 guest of Miss Evelyn Townaend.
Boundrtry of Ward City, R 21-24-25-26 II 22
ihenpe E along; Raid l.ol Rto ; c.ru 2 25 tI 21 T". M. I'.phpn... _. 140 >37 Town of Lawtey Saturday Miss! Townsend returned
hottmlary l&H >dt), thence a o F.mp"" I.umh..r Co, 1078 22 Joe. Cooper ___ _. 390
Ii -
__ 27 11 21 Knit: .t Hy 21-24-25-26 with Miss Koystcr tq her home In
i< SO Ml" to beg; .. ..u_ 8 7 20 m. O B. ColDon __._____.. G 27"m 'VI" of Ntl.
at PXV Cor of !SEXJ' ofcwi :-I !, II :: I O J A. J McKlnn..y __ 12 83 Lot 4rt Town of Lawtey Tallaba-ssee.
\\ __ 29 41 21 .54 KnM: ..ftv 21-24-25-26: G 22 J W Roblnpon. --. 447 I
run E 186 23vrti SWL, of IIW'. ____ _____.33 G 21 41' Unkn".n ---- -- Lot 48 Town of I.awt..yFa"l Miss Betty Jo Webb has returned

.v 50"..f yd Ward* to S Boundary City '.ol rl .3 o .B! : :: HO' 7 21 J A. J McKinney _.___. 4 672.25 Lot 49 of Town Rv nf 2.1-24-25-26:Lawtey 6 22 J. XV. Robin.on .- .n 3.88 I home alter Hpei.jjn; ktvcial:

theni'e W on Ha id boundary ._ 8 1 21 10 1<.nO DII.. -- --- -- 2.31 in .
IS* 2-3 d thencet F.'" "r 1Ir.4 Hunt: c.f. Ry 21-24-25-26: I 22 Fannie Roulimon 'un days Starke with Miss LunelleStokea.
> S J. P. Rober.. .__ ____ 369 NW1t "f liE', & 'Vlf" oft Lot 2. Otl. Sub IMv East 11Mr8.
SO >d< to beg,;_ _______ 8 7 20 u & R Klnrenie Bill 5 44
LawteyIot -
|SE14 of & of :::1 J'ti't 12 7 21 o F"I..II.lInt1 Bank -- 29 40 "
NEI4 .
NEli 6 91 7, ( it ). Sub Dlv KantL James Moncrlef ami
l'rort.r Mrs. F.
Ei.4 rt of '1 __ _14 7 21 .0 n r. 6. n' KannlM darner __ 3.10
Ry right :-/Wl.. or "" 41 91 ..wtey .. _. __ -
1871 40 M Park..r :
': __ "9 7 20 74 r.avld C'ol..nan .n SW nf NW'. 16 7 21 -- Lot 4 01 IB Hub Dlv Kant G. Mills and their children are

I Kl4"of.: of VEi sxyi4, :::! 4MV 9VH 13 ::8 m 'lr reu"br- .:::' 1390 717 810\\11i1, ofnvl"r: ", tl., of NEL. .& It 7 21 1110 Unkno..n __ n_._...__ __ 13 2 59 67 NH Ijiwtev of SW- of .SEU. : -- -&- *. .1Jof I'uknown 3.10 visiting relatives in Chattahoocb.ee. ,

of SKI' ', .__. 10vi 7 20 80 Empire Lllmber Co.___. 1330 Nt:14 tlr SE1. 17 7 21 40 Ht'rry lJyal -- -- I NWi nf SE',., 24 11:3 411 I'Hvhl Durban 14.40 Recent guents. of Mr. and Mrs

s.\\ X 101. <<< E or w & ___ 13 67 E'j of SXVV, nf hXVH ofNKI4 .
G. Mills
F. Mills'
', .. 3448 't : t\rE O Unknown no were Mr. father i
10 7 20 no 1'. A, ("rooby --- 20 1 21 : -. 24 I 22 5 \ouni A Chandler ... 7.80
\ < of :NXX'l A Wij'of ....11 RF: or EI+ ,V of Ry20 EH: of SXVl', of NEi 24 6 22 20 AHA Eleanor SchnellOeo 4.75 and mother and sister of Greens ,{.q
SWL, ex Ry right of A & Elf" of SW<';' orHE'4 :VW, nf KWi, nf NK"i 24SH & 22 10 F Young; 437 boro.
-0)' _.. _._. 10wi 7 20 108 David Coleman 2675 & :OEl. of SEL. e,. c.f NKl, of SE>4 A I-B',
.- of NWU & NWU of HI' rheht of ,,'ay & 1 A of SEl: __ .. ___ _. 24NH B 22 60 M E & J. Ii. Randall. 24 22 Mrs. Roberts Mrs J, R. :
I k'1'1. A Kl, of SWViL1 7 20 IAI) H L Hnu.h .__ ___ 2225 Co. of >''F.4 of NKH A Nor SHof Kay "
: or.o .. "mifh __ _...__ 9 09
|Fi, of "VKi:', ,,f SKH 14 7 20 20 Ir". Lila J. HOuJlrh_ ___ 848 .;:;'I-J 21 711' J. C. u 482 NE14 25NXVl 5 22 120 M fo-:. A J. D Randall 47 49 Rlcharde and her son. Harry, of I
lES of F'' 15rVwvf 7 20 Mil F.mplr.. I.um""r Co,___ 1330 W'" 01 SW j .,f NWI:1 7 21 ': 0 0 Horr Unkn"wn.. ..rter- --_-_-_-_----__- 6.91 of VKli nf !1WV.' 25 B 22 10 Willie Htrona; 437 Jacksonville, Wesley Shuler and
SW-I< ", 8 10 X-* I S": of SW''. 22 7 2] n i4 of SWi, .of SXV14 ,. 25 6 22 10 C. I. A M lnafeldr... 593B47 !
1" .f tl 15 7 20 70 J W. Pa c' !* 4 "f I 1S'4Aluo of MEor SWX26 B 22 20 Itli-hard Smith __ __
.. \ d ,1-8 ____11 1 20 8 O. C. Kelley _____n_._ 396 o'W8'1;: ydM E of 171 of NH of SEt, of Keys Saturday for a week of ,

''':i, cf NXVii'lm"1 A NW ('tr..f SE>, of SBU' A ..... NWU fc SEI4 of i iNWlJ fiE" of swimming and fishing.

P'.S i of Rv .___...17 7 20 34 V. W. Hamllion _____ 2405 run W 264 yrlH, 8 116dn ._ ... taS1 II 22 25 Ellen Tlrnlal. . 1200 t
of NWtJ ____17 7 20 10 F.. (". Lnn/f _________n '717Sit. \ thence a little 8 of '. of NH of NEI4 ofBE"
11140'I''Ei4 of NEi.21 7 l0! 14 0, C. K..ney _u_.____. .08 U 264 ydM, thencn N 144 ., -28 I 22! 10 Arthur Lee u. 390 TRAIN 8CHKDCXB
; 7 20 40 F.mflr.. Lumb"r O.n. 688 > da to belt 8 A ex 18024 82 H. R W firlna 1381 W 8 A of SWI4 of SWli of
V4 "' ---" 7 ?1 Uhu M J. Rell ___.._ _
EU: -. ft rUht. of way road NE4 __ .. -- 26SH II 22 B44
'. k !'WI. or SW'23 7 20 I!.... tmpir.. Lumb..r Co.. 3288 10 A In SE Cmof hEl4of "f PE>, nf NWi; .. 24SXV14 g 22 20 John A Andrew.UuiKley ; 5 17 Our schedule changes April 20th :

f 1 20 40 l'nkr.o'n _____ __ __ 820T SF.i 8 of publlc 10' >1 H W.f fine __u__._ 6 21 of SWl, of NWli 26 22 10 I A Iiavl. _.: 5 93 and trains will run as follows.
'c' at ;t/.r/: of; Sec'ii-.24 ad !_ : ._ 7 21 Com at 8XV! Cor of 8Wif ofSF
run XV on 1 seo line 80 1 A "n in !SB' Co o'f WiVofSWii :>4 A run K on sea fine ._ .... __ Southbound .' ,
.hnn, N BO chna B 80 of SEi-i Bounded 418 ft tn n pt of he*, --," ,.1' No. 1 Due Starke 11:31: P.M.
hnn State road 13 Sby ._ theni'e. N HOO ft, E 198 ftM '!1lt: ""
to Sec line S 20 B by IRS. XVI.idIn __. 29 :='I '
chn Starke 2748 68 .... 24SH 7 21 6.10 ft, W 198 ft to beg No. 15 Due Starke 4-57: P.M.
to beg- ...._.__.._.24 20 200 Bank of -- --- I'I'E'i" road n --- "
N Of SEV of NWli A 55A ... n IWI./ 1 of SXVU ofmi 107-Due Starke 9:16: A.M.
B1 E... of NW In N Vof NE i deeded '. .__ _____ 2ftNH 5 22 13 Federal Land B.nkn 1007 "
nf i sxv i A NH of No. 101-Due Starke 10.39 P.M.
Sc.i4 A SEll_ ......,1-(........ l' "r.:': hy Wm Jones x 100 ftr 73 C L. Rickkrdu ___m'_ 2913! "f SEU\ of SWfc E : I'I'No.
A. al fELt.of IK tit of: wiw road 13 24 7 21 t6 Unknown. _...n___ 817 of Ry -. ..26SW14 5 22 10 Federal Land Bank 4 67 Northbound .
chna .- ----- of RE'.. 25 7 21 J. C. f'revatt 4 37
w. SB Cor "860 25 A !''I 26 A of NWH of / of NWU of NE14' 27 G 22 10 No. 2--Due Starke 5.00: A.M.
"" 7- 14 Acre. !
rUn XXnn Seo line "r: : The North 1'1'1.lor FEV4" nf SE14 of SEX4A
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: :Mrs.: Jeff Johns Celebrates Joint Woodman PicnicA I I holel"I'M) of 2-ti ,of Tsp' ,... --
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FAVORITE BirthdayMr. LOCAL I I44PPE4WN joint picnic of the W, 0, W. A.flee 111:11\: \as hlllt. mud fll.-,1 ,sn,,', ,I ,IIy"i,,

'j ocictrj'Su and Mrs Jeff Johns inviteda and Woudmen Circle will be held at a tux .d...." to .be"Haiti ". ", ," 'j",
vrrtinrnt .. NJ 'h.,.,
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RECIPES number of friends tG come to Mis. Emma Hill's cottage at the lowing d ncrlbfd ?i,hru" 0< h. ,':

their home on West Call Street North end of Kingsley Lake next (hili nunty,. to-wll of :Bi-niifoi/i, ,/ Mil''', ""lit,.

Tuesday night, July 6, to celebrate Thursday, July 22, from 3 to 7 Luis .

I).-\II'" Food Cake Mrs. Johns' fifty-third birth Mis. S. S. DowlLng acd daugh- o'clock. Supper will be served Klvven 1xTO"f.:: :." A,3'Ir, { IO k
Deb Club Epworth League promptly at 6:30: o'clock. Come I.\turk" In 'Ior1h; ..a.,' ,
Mrs. Hal Edwards of Lawtey Is day.A tar Nettle, returned after spending Northwest t.lulCrlN', .cluai.1. ";
}JasIeeting: : FridayThe Entertains: Union noted for her good cooking
The Starke Methodist Kpworth cakes. Mrs. Edwards has in the decorations and in I i with Mrs. Dowling's Bisten-in-law, ...- east l'o..IIe,' of Hall"soul,,! & !lo'ih
held "
Storke Sub Deb Club meet- League entertained the Garfield- sent. us a recipe for a devil food the refreshments which consisted I! Miss Annie Lou Dowling and Miss 127-year-old razor made from t"r...'lIon ot :'(2"ortIwpst I.IlIulk'. \Q'ar'' ,.f;i

its regular every-otber-week Evans Kpworth League Union cake that she says Is one of the of ice cream and cake served on |I Nettle Dowling.Dr. a bull's horn Is used by Harrison Jtanne !l Kant'rnwn.hlp (' ""h.
3J' Ing Friday afternoon at three easiest that she makes. There Is the lawn. Later I The
in the eveningthere Allentown Pa. nxtivKHnii-iit, ,
week with Douglas, of
of last a picnic th
rJ( o'clock at the home of Miss ClaraFlume Thursday I erty uii.lcr the, ,, dO' .
no creaming to do yet everyonewho was also a watermelon cut M 1,1) lirip.HUM
Middltton I '
:Min Phil- party at Kingsley Lake. and h's.V E. ]I -. was In the II"UI'' ,
j tj hostess. Loryee has sampled this cake says I. Mr. I I nlfi.ii; "nl4 ff-rtirivlt, ? i1'a1t5051"
had their
hps wan cohoatess. The visiting leagues ten present ting.The as guests Sunday Approximately 3.000 passengers llc t .llll-ft I ,. "f1" 'p0
that it melts! the month. HlTtlPllUlK t
simply guests warmly ( !h.a .
'ongratulat-I and !.fI'S.V. Q Dowling, Mrs. Mt U.. ,, ''I.'
from Melrose, seven! from I 20 tons! of mail, 9 toes of ""lh..d I--.I,, "' .
brief business meeting washeld express Will h
A ed Mrs. Johns and .
4 Here the j to Die hlKtifHt !" "
: "Ie
recipe ,
nine from Waldo and Della William, Mrs.' Mae Jones ... ,,. bliioi i HI' "
11 in which it wan decided to Campville many happy returns of the day, are flown over the U S. every 24 iou .1| 'i' ?? ,|h, rll j' ',' .rounil
nine from Hawthorne, together Two cups flour (after being sifted Marjorie Sue Middleton and Claude I hours. h. mi.tiih ,.f S..0t, ,\ ,dlOY' .JI
meet regularly every two weeks. and Invited her to to the dining which i. H h., "'i.7 i'
go ill
all of Jacksonville. h uIjt'
delightful with fourteen present from Starke, once.) McLendon. 1937.lNd, "? "Jh'II'Ltt, ,;' ;;
After the business meeting, a where
room a table was spread
met at 5:30: m. in the Methodist One and three-foui cups sugar Marjorie Sue remained for a longer .'.. lithe
p. with useful and beautiful NOIKI-: (I'" *rpi.i TioN 141h "It) ''I, ,
; social! hour was enjoyed many
Church for the devotional and business visit with her grandparents. KOH 'r\ 11.:0 wFF1ciA1' 1. "'JoAL) 1I3! !
during which: the mem be in played bltthtlay gifts. i .... A, J. TIIO.M.
1 meetings, which were over by One-half cup crisco < < lr Bill "o. IH.1) \s" ,
Peek Those with : 'i'i-tt l 1 of I'ft.,1, .
Bunco. JJiss Frances enjoying the evening ;
k six o'clock. Following these ses- Three eggs I NOTICE IS HK11EBV C1IVEN.: : That BI'Mdfu..d "-. or
Mrs. J. W. White returned home .unt '
, ijj- won high: prize which was a beau- One soda dissolved Mr. and Mrs. Johns were their son | Lloyd J. Uirrn kill". A. linen .ld.r.t'13 ) "''d..
heaping teaspoon -
sions, the entire group drove to
yesterday from Pas -a-Grille,
toiful framed picture, and Miss Fieeman Johns' and little Louise
the A, Z. Adkin's cottage on King In one-half cup sour I ==-
Miriam Guy was given a box of milk Townsend, of Gainesville; Mrs F. where she spent' the past week AS NEAR TO YOU

powder for low core. Refreshments sley Lake I IV.. Webb nnd son, W R. Webb, of with her Bon and daughter-in-law, I FLOWERS _
of ice cream and cake were Everyone enjoyed swimming, One-halt teaspoon salt I Hawthorne; Mis.'esley Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. George C. White of U AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR

served to tc following members water games and motor-boat riding One teaspoon baking powder Mis. Smith Denmark, Mrs. F.V.. / Tallahassee, who spent a two
until refreshments of Hiindwlthe One teaspoon vanilla I I Hemingway Mr and Mrs. Austin weeks' vacation at this noted ,le- ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J
3 b -sl !* and Iced tea were served by Three Baker's unsweetened sort
bnd Margaret Pearce. Lillian squares I,Winkler and Miss Julia \Vlnkler.i ALL ORDERS FILLED
the Stnrke chocolate and hot
league. enough Water i .
---- -
i Blihop. The next meeting of the Union I to make a paste (chocolate and i :\lal'g'lu.etIonteith Friends here of the Rev. Laurie
f will be Waldo, the night of August hot water are placed in top of jigs liirthclay Party G. Ray wale pleased to hear him,
The affair was held on the 12, at 8:30: In the MethodistClunch I double boiler and melted over boilIng Sunday afternoon over WJAX I MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke
screened: porch which was made ,
I there., water.Thoroughly.> Little Miss )Iargart't Montclthj when he. with I the Hen rlcks Me-i.
both beautiful and fragrant by a A j celebrated her eighth birthday I mol l ,
-- --- beat crlsco, eggs and | choir, conducted Vesper

trellis of blooming_ -.-loses.--__ ____ | Willing Workers sugar together. Add flour, which I| Friday afternoon, July !9, from four, I service from 4:30: to :500.: Mr. !

NOTICEThete Have MeetingThe has been sifted with suit and baking until six o'clock when her mother I Ray president' of the Jackson-I, _
I powder, and milk alternately Mrs D. A. Montclth entertained ville Ministerial Alliance.
Willing Woi'kers of thei I I for her at their home on I
will be preaching xei'vices to sugar mixture and beat thor i i
i Christian Church met afternoon Walnut St.Summer .
morning and evening In the Chris- Tuesday oughly. Add hot chocolate paste i: Miss Carolyn Hutto has leturn- _
July 6, with Mis Wesley and vanilla and mix :I I flowers and potted plants
tao Church at Hampton Sunday.A well. I ,red to Columbia, S. C. after spending _
Andrews, who Is president of the were used in the home
large attendance is urged Bake in a slow oven of 325 degrees -I i making a week heie with her parents, /
organization Mis Frank Custer more attractive for this ,
j A. J. Travis, Pastor. about 40 minutes. I; Mr.\ and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Little
led, the devotional service' and ty.
r [I' Miss Miiy' Cal tel', who has been
reading. The theme of together with seven-minute Lucile Alvarez
| scripture ; won the pilze for '
I visiting Garneta Hutto and Sharon
Sufferers of [ the service was "Faith and Icing: pinning on the donkey's tail and Hall, who has spent two weeks
Works," the leader stressing the One and one-half cups sugar dissolved after playing many more delightful ) :I with Miss Hutto.
STOMACH ULCERS fact that tlIth without works Is In five tablespoons of water I games, Margaret and her ,

.. HYPERACIDITY dead. All members were given the Two egg whites guests were Invited into the dining :I
; Mrs. Pauline Stone
,\ opportunity to participate in toe One teaspoon cream of taitar room to light the birthday cake. and children,

''i DEFINITE RELIEF OR discussion" of the chapter.At One teaspoon vanilla ;, The cake, placed on the dining Betty, Peggy, and Billy, of Archer.

the close of the business session Place sugar, water, egg whites ) table overlaid with a lace cloth, spent Sunday afternoon as guestsof
-I. MONEY BACK the hostess served refresh and cream of tartar In top of double -.. was surounded by dainty marl- her brother-in-law [nd sister.

,{ THE brought-WILUUID prompt,TRE definite ATMENT rt:>llff tuu Inthm ments. The next meeting will beheld boiler, und place over boiling | golds and fein and adorned with Mr\ nnd Mrs. E. M. Davis. While

..an '\ -.l Ulera <1u" to M.p.r.cl<- Lake.
MjFr and other fornu of le""t1r>i J>i.- Lake. Members will be notified of minutes. II Mia. Monteith was assisted In
I f', t'rtt it i u< to Firm, Arid COLD ON the time and place of meeting and Remove from fire; add vaniil.i I serving ice cieam cake and nov- I
1* DAYS TRIAL fnr C'<>ml'le'.e Information
r i l rrad "Wlll<*. MMUM ate, urged, to be present. and boat until ready to spread on city candy to the little folk by her I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Chancey, of
::,' I, .I......>A.a for I lt-tr o-MBKOUN'S .A. _. --- cake. I I mother Mrs. J. M Alvarez and her I Tampa, spent the week-end with

,t '1 PHARMACY The sun has a temperature of -- -.-____._____ .___ I sister, Mrs J, H. Gill.Ladies' :, Mr and Mis A. H. Hall. They were

,} Starke, Florida more than 10.000 degrees F. I Miss Evelyn ---..- -- --- accompanied to Tampa by J. H.
" Limlsey --- -- '
: Hall, who ha
------ ----- sjrpent two weeks
Elected Sponsor Auxiliary
'I'' j here with his son and daughter-in-
has :Meeting
Opening Saturday Morning, July 17 Friends, of Miss Evelyn Lindsey, |I law, Mi and Mrs. Hall.
daughter: of Mr and Mrs. C. S. I The Ladles' Auxiliary of the

EDDIE'S CHILI BOWLAT LimNey of Wlnston-Salem, N. C., I Piesbyteilan Church met -uesday Mr. and Mis. W. L. Wall had as
anJ niece of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. 'I night at eight o'clock at the home their guests several days this week, t

Caipenter' of Staike, will be Interested of Mrs. R. S. Fei nande:*. J Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Hoffman otI
in learning that she I I Crepe and Clearwater I
was myrtle other summerI and two granddaugh-
elected sponsor' for the DeMolaysof I I flowers were used in decorating j ters of Or'lando11'. and Mrs R.

Wln>tno-Salem in the conclave the spacious porch where the meeting : T. Richard of Jacksonville Mr. and 30% more easy-to-reach space in thisSTEWARTWARNER
A Full Line of Sandwiches and Drinks that was! held I July 12.13 In Win- :I was held. Mis. G K. Bennett of Ft. Worth,
ston-Salem. I Mrs. John N'Hsuorthy led the devotional :and A. E. Wall, Jr., of Tallahassee

RUFUS ADAMS, Proprietor Miss: Lindsey has visited Mr and which consisted of sciiptuie -- _.

t Mia. Carpenter on numerous occasions -' prayer and the reading of a i;i Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hutson will
!ST.UEKK, FLORID\ letter NOwith ntall down pn>ment_ can own the most
and was a popular member of' from Susan Ames of the 'I I'uiiive today for a visit with Mr. joii
the younger set. China mission' field Hutson's brother-in-law and sister. convenient and economical refrigerator you ever saw! The
c : The buslnes session was presided I Mr and Mis. S. R. Johns Sr. Mr.
: : new Stewart AVarner! It's the only refrigerator with SAV--
LL over by the president Mrs.
K. G. i iI and Mis.. Hutbon are en luute to
Duncan who also conducted (, A.STEP, the new invention that gives /j more get-aubJe
I the I II their home in West Palm Beach i I
{1 h I FLOUR'77cl I No. t Cnns-Standard Pack I I 'i j, Bible qui/ ifter an extended visit: in San Antonio I I, space by turning back shelves into "front" shelves! The only

, GREEN'SSTORE Mrs H. H, Young chairman of Te>as.Di. one with SLID-A-TRAY, the handy, hidden rearranging
, I program, presented Miss '
2 .U,". TOMATOES can 6c Fernandez, Isabel ---- tray I See these and many other new features-and learn:
teacher of
I I English: In '. and Mis. 1.'. C. :\len oza, Miss I
i Havana, Cuba, who gave a about our new payment plan now.
I I I. very Gloria Johns and her guests Miss
interesting and informal talk on' Phyllis Stewart and
BKsTLARD21bs25c: W hole Grain Blue ROtH i "Spanish Speaking Americans." HART FURNITURE
I : tait, all of Jacksonvile, who have i ibeen
inuring me social period (teitcious -. I

CASH & CARRY RICE 5 Ibs. 22c lefreshments were served by j I i Lake,spending have returned a while to at their Kingslev homesin I!
the hostess
STARKE FLA. assisted by Mary Alice Juckksonville. I
and Fay Yai'borough. I ,
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I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY Christian----- sionary.- -- GUM BKANCHMit -- .

_ FEEDS-GET OUR LOW RICE BEFORE BUYING Society Has MeetingThe I >i Kliiahvth Harnage, Cor.

I'ET OR CARNATION Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. Lena Gaskins and daughter, ii -
KIR BEEFSTEW. of the Christian Church met last Gertrude, of Heilbronn, were the ;:: :

MILK 3 tall cans 20c Lb. lOcHOUND Tuesday Mrs. W. L.afternoon Andrews.Mrs. at. the home of I guests man Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor- t -::'::

Frank Custer led the devotional -' :Miss: Melba Clemens and Ber-
and offered prayer. \ lice :Norman spent Saturday night ,

The president, Mrs. W. L. Andrews with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley of
SODA CRACKERS I lOc STEAK Lb. 1 17c conducted the business Starke. I :

meeting, during which plans for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore of

I : 5c PKO. CHEESE, Pound 22c painting the Interior of the church Heilbionn spent Sunday with Miss '

I SALT Pkg. .3c were discussed Interesting\ talks Audrey Norman.

NECK BONES 3 Ibs. 25c I,others.were made by Mrs. A. S. Cre-ws and Mrs. L. C. Conner of Rising was I

MEIUTA OR BELL, I' visiting her part'ntsJr.. and Mrs.
During the social hour Mrs. An-
("fit ('K ROAST OR W. C. Clemens Sunday

BREAD 3 Loaves 25c STEAK Pound 12'cBOLoGNA drews was. assisted in serving refreshments Mr. and Mrs Roy Denmaik anJ!
to the members by her children) Woodlawu were the
I daughter, Miss EiAentine\ Andrews. I
-_ guests of Mr. and Mis. hem Nor-
ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc man Sunday.

SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc I i I Royal Service ProgramThe Sam Green and children of Jack-

QUART JAR REUSII or _____________________________________ regular Royal Service program Honville spent Sunday with Mr. and

SALAD DRESSING 20c BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c I Baptist und W business:M. U. will meeting be held of the at :Mrs.: Mr.Felix and Sapp.Mrs J. C. Sapp spent Lfta

1 I the
the church next Monday at 3:30: week-end at Sampson City
t QU.RTR BEST WHITE-NO SALT I| o'clock. Circle number one, Mrs. with her parents Mr. and Sirs Es-
I II I 1' _
'L. I i L. G. Powell leader, will have ton Brown.
PEANUT BUTTER 25c BACON Lb. 19c I I',I charge of the program. All members .

g are urged to attend. I I I DOt/BLEIWN -

I I1icI I II I -. I! .Mm. n'. .'\.
I Tler, Cor
oFFPib.. I 2'/c' PRINCE ALBERT can 1 lOc Returns From Camp I Albert Brown of the Olustec ,-- --

I : run. I Miss Gladys Johnson returned, CCC camp spent Saturday night
3 home Sunday after spending sev- I and Sunday with his parents, Mr
I DRIED CIGARETTES, 2 for ___ 25c jeral days at a Christian camp on and :Mrs. O. L. Brown. JACKSONVILLE __ .SO
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LIMA BEANS Lb. 7c Lake Swan for girls and boys. Miss :Mr. and Mrs. 'V. R. Conner and :MIAMI TAMPA___ _::::::_u_-.h580 2.6O Ifs cool cJ... sad rolrosluaff whoa

, .; MUSTARD Ols. lOc Johnson a talented soprano! soloist 'I children attended church at Pine DAYTONA BEACH ____2:45 you tool via die FLORIDA ZEPHY3kotwooa *

: at the Mission Hall here, delighted Level Sunday and Monday night. KEY WEST ---________9.55 oil major Florid cities "

.REAT NORTHERN _________________________________ ; her audience with several I Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler of ASHEVILLE --__----__.7.60 to your ioverilo vacation r.."". Windows
BEANS, Pound Be TOILET 'vocal' numbers. : this section were visiting Misses NEW YORK ___--_--.14.15 opon .! clio loach of your Sogot -
I Mary and Addle Dlcandio CHICAGO -_--______--15.15: lottfag cool __.. bO) ....";

I : lc) BOX TISSUE 3 rolls 1 lOc The following the Bible young Conference people attended Starke Sunday. of UNION BUSSTATION cHa eMIrtoy back )ia IB your* sooiiorr.M tao .-er,,.m.". <.*

and W,
ASPIRIN Box 2c Children's A. Tyler la 111 at this writingand yew dootiMUoa TBAVE1' FIEIII

KEM-OOCr-S CORNFLAKES I Lake Bible Mission on Swan we hope he will soon be well sad reedy Is, b&w". ur pa.u-
last week: Misses Gladys again. LACY ... kawl.. co11II1 OSodS.... th.t 01

POTATOES Johnson. Fannie and Doris Silcox: Seber Forsyth has returned to Op ('euithouse-.Itta'rke(:OSWAgent' Eta. ...... .,.., ... ........ Jet J.fio .-

j4; lOLbs. 15c Pfeg.ic I pin.Geraldine Floience Silcox and Ellen and Margaret:Mercercau Gil-,I here Miami.' with Mrs relatives Forsyth throughout will remain the ........ ....

j summer
Better AGENT FOR Quality I .--- I I Mrs. I. J. Manning was visiting
Th University of California\ ha\ her mother Mrs. Ruth

TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. I an enrollment of.21,000 itudeat of Lawtey Monday Afternoon.BeroBkey
f I
Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Wilson'
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING I Benjamin Banneker constructedth Mrs. Lum Johns of Raiford were

__ - - first clock made in America inli5. I viell.ng: friends
... I I In this section
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J3 W41, J'L'"' 16. .1931. 1\R.Ut"ORJ) COLT TELEGRAPH, STAKKK, F1X>KID\ r tlih H\K I
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1 Mr. and Mrs J. G. Lynn and I, Owen Griffin and a party of Mrs fe L. Peck returned .o her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stiulh, und Senator and Mrs C. E. Johns/ '1:' J 4

children apenU-thc ucrk-cnd inLake jlrlends I from\ St. Augustine' will home here Tuesday after a ten family see spending a while at'I were guests Sunday of Senator ,'

City:. ,. i I spend the weekend at Kingsley da 'Y' visit in Montgomery, Ala., their Kingsley Lake cottage They Johns' mother M..... A M. Pettlt 1
Bits of |I Lake. with Mi Peek, who Is employed have bud as recent guests Mr. and in Gainesville They were accompanied I
Mr. and Mrs E. J.
Brazier of -- theie.MIHS. MI'R'V.. L. Edwards, and home by their son, Jtictme
Jacksonville were weekend guests i! Mis. J, S. B&isdenIIUn, Fiedrika. of Jacksonville.Mr. daught..r'l who had been visiting hiS grand- J

of Mi. ,and Mrs L. D. Keller.J. Ralph, and Miss Gorrie Miculuu'' \ Dorothy Sapp and Miss _. .-- --.--. mother.Mr. .,

Local Nevb ; all of Luke City \'\('reIesls Sunday Madge Whigham spent the weekend and .Mrs L,. L. Rustle and -
J. Cano'\'R: of Gainesville was i
visiting his mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca. of Mis. Jessie: Mae Blakely. in GaineHVille as guests of chlldient and Mrs. Ray Voght and ;and Mis \ Ulla- K, Wilson I

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND nova, Monday ,I -. ---- --- Misses Glenda and Thelmn Ward daughter, Jackie all of Jacksonville I anti daughter and Mrs, Luikis Hell

_, I| Mr. and Mm. C. 11. Naswoithy w ho ale attending Hummer school were guests Sunday of Judge and son all of PensacoU are
PROGRESS Sam A-lvatiz, of Ocala is theguest have returned to their home here theie and Mis. A. Z. Adktns at King- guests this week, of Mr Wilson'sbrother t

of his parents Mr. and Mrs I I afier spending a week at Jacksonville ---- ----. -- sley I ake.Ml and slster-ln-lnw' Mr. andMrs. t

r A, L. Alvarez. Beach. Coin* In sad Mt our ladle", and J, E. Wilson, at J Kingsley: J

I I -_. __ .....u... white sha| *_.loMlnK/ out xt and Mrs L. A. Canova and Lake Mr and Mrs. Wilson also

, and Mrs James Lambe are Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Gray an Mr. and Mrs. F. A, Canova and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox of Perry new \low [I'rl'p\t \hlll't'lt'. chlldiPII'' Mrs Jo:, K. Canova, and had as their guests! Sunday, Mr )$,t

n r. this week In Jacksonville nounce the birth of a baby boy, children of Gainesville were guests I at i'Ived Thursday for a visit _---- -- Mis S. Vamlivleie and son. Pit- and Mrs Harry M. Wilson and lion, I )

sting --- born Sunday. July 11. I Sunday of Mrs E. E. CanovaMis. with Mrs Cox's patents. Mr and Col. and Mrs TV.. Mack nf 01'1', me occupying the Canova collage Robert of Jacksonville

Box was visiting In MIll D. L. Silcox. Lakeland were recent visitors of on Kingslpy Lake for II.\'rl'al) ,

le Miy p H Monday. Mrs H. C Ritch Is spending- this. Catharine Strickland of I Mr and Mrs. I). K. Knight here weeks A pair of robins raise two bl'oodH 1"

City week In Daytona: Beach hs the I Baltimore Md., was the guest lust ,I Bobby Biggs tetuined to his. while en route to Lake Chiiulau- ------- of four to six young each yarkivkc;' .

Lit MIriam Guy of Hampton guest of Mrs. Walter Cooper. week of Mrs G W Alderman. 'home I I 1 I Sunday from Camp Imokalee qua New Yoi k tot a monin's va : Dr and Mrs;: J U Jennings of 1 e -
whet he attended a boys' for cation.
I -- camp Tampa were dinner guests lust
of Miss Fran- Malaria
'5 the house guest 1 A. H. Johns of Fiostproof is the :i three \vu' >ks. ______ Wpdntniluy uf Mis. I., A. ReniioldsMrs I 6 6 6
week. E. H. Davis of Gainesvillewas
peek Inst '" :a "-"
I guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. ..It'nnln"Valli Miss MirKtieiitte -
the guest last week of her patents Palmer Biooks returned to his.
and 111'1L.\ A. RennoKls Sirs P. S. Denmark, \11's. !Kffle Man.siOl to her COLDSn
pilot itiiitMr -
The W C T U will meet on Mr. and. Mrs W. H. Noegel.Mr Johns, und MIs.Veslt'Y Andrews home in Brooksville Tuesday ufter I l'Iug ,
n visit with his uncle and aunt ) 'rtturiiIrr : lira'
,day nfternon with Mrs. Maria I Miss Dorothy Turner of Ft. enjoyed a fishing trip at HamptonBeach .I.'FtI. .I.F ;
i .
Walnut St. and 1lIsV. B. Alexanderand Mr t and! Mis. T. Frank Lunt"um.I -- -- --- j DRO"S IIr..t.:1U:
(ill at her home on Mvers was the guest Tuesday and Monday and :Mis A. U. Ludwig 8n"{ 1 Nlane. t J.i J.
I He \\HS culled way because (if theillntxs .
1lIssVllma Alexander
were Wednesday of Miss Pauline Priest ---- Mr\ and Mrs Sheet' Pc-ndy. ill of .n..MF.TI.-.rl.. '::1
of visiting relatives in Waldo Sunday ... .. of his father.Mr I I I InlmfBtAt _. .
\ H. F H. Box was the guest - I i Miss Ernestine Andrews has le- nJlIl1t'HVIIIVPI't! guests of !Mis. ,''Zo
". and Mis Everett Norman ine Ml8 V. Steinbeig and Miss Lillian | turned home from Daytona Brach --- -- -- Ludwig and, Mrs Pcndy's parents o
afternoon. Joe Edwards returned in und! Mrs O O Annis ami Mr and.' Mrs Your Service
Level Tuesday Monday Steinbetg spent Monday I'where site has been visiting. her A. H Stiliklnnd. ntKlngsloy
O' .. after visiting in Jacksonville seven Jak!ok- 1

I amMrs.. T T. Long spent days.Eddie cousin. Chancey.Misses [ County this week from Atlanta, I'nd.

Ldneidav Mi afternoon in St. Au- i| Mr. and Mis.\ B C Prince" and Ga, and are making their home 0- _______
------ I \ hazel\ Lennon Ktlvilyn, Law Mr Annis Is in the Iii IiiI I
Raymond, Jimmie Peek, II i daughter Sadie, ale enjoying a twoweeks' 1 | near ley Arts W A. Fischer and her
tlnP and Carol White and Wailer
+ I Dorothy continctliiK! business In Cleoigla.
and Theodore Young spent Thurs vacation at Kingsley Lake. / niece. Miss Utiiiitliy Hamilton I :

the day In Jacksonville.Kainest I ______' __ : Savage were visiting In Jacksonville spent Monday In Tampu' with it-la ]I ;iJ.
IB. Mica of Jacksonville was I L. A. Rennolds, of Richmond, Vaj : Thursday of last weekCol i Mr. and Mis.I .1. B. CaihtJe spent lives Mrs Fischer returned home I II I Ir.lI
and Mrs. B.
of :Mr. --- -----
I el enJ guest j is spending this week with his I --- --- Sutuid.iy and Sunday! in Orals. Tuesday and was accompanied
i hy
Loobi. Mir. and Mrs. Jacobs also Phillips Bill McMillanand 1 and Mrs. I D K: Knight und |I ;
wife. I with i datives. They were lu'iom- her Sinter Mrs I J. K: I
id as their guests Sunday :Mr and Theodore Young were visitors -. ... 'their' guest, Mis Charles Larsen parried! by their niece, MIlts Ann Miss .limmai ll.imillon J.lmilton'l: I (isM> OILS '

|n. R. G. Foully of Jacksonville. to Jacksonville Beach Sunday, I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis will : of Lakeland spent Monday in Stiother, who spent several days Hamilton's little grandson Sonny 'JI
I Jacksonville.I.Klirs' Bennett's Serv. Sta. 'l
1t'II'elon I ---- \M: I 1.1'ItHnl: I
I cation in Asheville\ N. C. -' -- visit heie. R
white shore, mimhtlH, ties, Mis J. White returned to her ... ,
Davis and Col. H. V. straps icing( elu.ed, i out tar SI.' ?!) home here yesterday following a ,,, ,- -
L A. i
LEDGER I OUTFIT I I I Knight are in Sarasota today attending lilt .\l\,.ire/'-ll|> to $! :.W'( \ illllfH.Mi week's vacation with her :son and 1= N- SUNDAYS TRY OUR

to business I d.uiKhtei-ln-Iaw' ( Mr and Mm j
and Mrs G. C White and George C. White In St. Petersburg.Miss .
I will lhls't'kt'n.1 I ; CHICKEN DINNERS I
; Marcus F. Brown made u busl- daughter. Fiances spend
i Marjorie Stump returned to
with Mislute'8 moth-
and! Miami lust I
nes trip to Tampa I
week-end ifi.Mis. G \\'. Al-lei'man.Mr her extended home ueie vacation Wednesday Swamscolts after an, : And Through the Week Try Our

Tucb- ; and Mrs! Mlllard Judd Mis I] Mass, New York Washington. D. ;
Mrs K. O Duncan spent C., and .
points in Virginia While
\ B. M Fussell and daughter, I.ilnello -
of 25c LunchORANGE
day in Lake Huller as the guest it
In \\Swamscotts;
ss Stump attended
1Irs.la rcus Howard. I /and Mrs L. A. Hcnnolds the national
Ap.ntlmIIlY\ afternoon at Jacksonville convention of the
--- I
Zeta Tnu Alpha sorority (,which
Leonard Peek Is in Gulfpoit, Beach. '
she was the official delegate from BLOSSOM CAFE
his uncle and aunt '
Mihs. visiting
:'the Petit
Major and Mrs C. W. Chalkerj I Mis J. E. Wilson and her house ': Florida G.lmm'haptt'r at the sr.\itHK:, 1"I.IUlUILEMoNS ( ,v

..- -. puests I Mr and Mis Wilhiini! R 1-State College for Wnrmn. .
j Mis H C. Wall left Tuesday I'' Wilson and duiightor and Mrs. Lu -

t for where she will visit her cius Hell and lion spent Monday at
I Ii
theR.UBY I mother, Mrs Alice Dutton. I Silver Springs.) I I Lihby'a Fiiiif.vMILK. r

I I Mrs-W--B.--Mundy-and-l Mis. T. i Mrs 11 }.;, King 'a.J. daughters, Tip Top Grocery I

I A. Steele rEnt: Friday in Jacksonille Roberta and! Martha, of Miami, lire I

I \ I on an extended visit with her DlUCIl Friday Saturday Monday" Fall CIIIDI
and sist Dr and
brother r.m.ltlw.
20c 25c
/ I I An c -phonolvalue) ConsUrtt; oi 1 Mr and Mrs E. R. Poppell of St. :.II'S. C. J. Gay. I

loose leaf ledger binder 200 ledger; I Augustine were weekend guests: ofMr I Full l'reanr \\iM'..n..in I
sheets and A-Z, 26 division leathertab Mis. Clyde Stoutiimne of Jack- I
!. and Irs.'a'l'en\ Pet'kins. 1 BANANAS 15c
index. Bound in d urabl.imitation I __ __.__ sonville is the guest of Mr. und CHEESE lb. 22c titt.\M'I.\nll> 5 Lns, t

leather colors red or black. Steel. : Andrews is visit- Mrs. A. B. Williams Mrs !Stoutmniie 4 I.PP .
back with automatic locking de ice.unk < Miss Ernestine SUGAR 20c 4 4Prows
T> button lor quick opening, no key lequued. Sheet are while Ing Mr. und Mrs James Hair in was prior to her marriage Print JlY.AI.BUTTER .
24 tubuldoce. Sheet nu 6 s 9)- inches. Miss: Not: een Hicks.
vcjtyoaie ledger paper, Lake City this week
Mil II 'II.H.V
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lb. 30c LETTUCE Ea lOc
Sia r No .ocnptio. Frxr L.ch Mis. E. ,V. Hayes and Mrs W.A Mrs. Charles Larson .Ktuinnl toher TIPTOPCOFFEE
home in Lakeland Tuesday, after
0:0008;: Ruby Ledver OuUit-Red $4.00 Ees-s.mt. Jr., were visiting! inJacksonville
spending the past two weeks \nv Kind S for KKKSII

(1211007 Ruby Ledger Outfit-Black 400 Jimmie! Peek Tuesday., Willis Smith and I with Col und her Mrs brother-in-law' D. I E.; Knight.and sister, BREAD}{ 25e At 25c TOMATOES I II ScC.

BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPHNAT Theodore! Young: were visitors to ---
I Miss Hayi'l Moore, of Kingsley
Jacksonville! Thursday of last I \\hltc Klhbnn U.\I. ('.\\.\l> \ IIKV (iISI.ttr :
---- Lake, was the weekend guest of
SEZ:' i fwt'ck. I Miss Marjniie Benson in Gaines ALE 15c
LARD 2lbs. 25elVINEGAR 15c Qt.
r y
Mrs J. A. Martinet of Tampa I ville. While there Miss Moore attended ,

Just a. soon. u.. a (hilt) U horn In arrived.l Wednesday for an extended the A T O dance
o Uhlte Side Bett 2 ti
- '-- -
!Starke. I hfv.in figuring:: on how to visit with her Plu'ents.11'; and Mr and Mrs.-Maurice Edwardsand :
I <
Mis" A W. Redgtave.Miss l
"get hN or her fchof hnsne! Itss --- .. ---- children have moved to Live BACON Ib. 18c 25c : Io

interesting( ; to watch thti... left Saturday Oak, where Sir Edwards is em-
nilKhty \ Kilra! Pearce BEEF
I ployed by the State Road Depart- hnjCORrJ 17c ::1
.,7. little forit.li-K (left) grow' from a for Miami, where :the will spend I'KINf; Tall Cun ;

size 0 to a nice big tat 9 nr befter..Most three 1 weeks with Dr. and Mis. R. -- SALMON Ea.lOc l
I il. Faer ALBERT l IOcI"I'SI\S 1
c. _. : of us 1*>\* rant reali/e that ". I John B. Ley of Orlando
I 110rrISJ'a ks n' and l a party of relatives and'fl'len.Js ,
our feet were e.nc-e to (me that and Theodore
girls Jn..t ic.iiJdrtt ie-1-t .kKsln( / I Young were, in Gainesville Friday i the from Robinson Orlando cottage, are at occupyIng King- |I.I.KD"4 BALLOON 3 IJtS. 12 IJtS. 24 LR..
of last week attending to business
them. I'll l lt they won't do! itnow. .I sley Lake.
matins.Mr I Flour 23c 43c 75c
H and Mr and Mrs. J. B. Car-wile and
and Mtfc. Leroy Anders
daughter, Ann, of Tampa and Mrs
baby. of Palmetto, were here this
Mac Ranger of Pas-a-Grille were 9'
week. visiting his mother, Mrs. ,'
guests last week of Mrs H. C. t1.
Maggie Anders ,!
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--:;i'> I" 1 '''''/1/1 -
,.-. ,,y p #> ---'noneary,. ,. Mrs F G.ll and grandson > MACKEREL
Mrs. C. W Alderman Mrs S P. .f1oiTl..FFU
1': 15c 3 for lOc
,1\P Ag6 f = Tommy. and Miss Florence Gill are j I .
.\r--1is '' if L.. OII'' : ,'1 Jacksonville' Vamllvlore! and son Pitner, Mrs .
S J.ij this week at
q \ spending
\.: ." Catharine Stiickland and Carl Al- i "
ESS I Beach. I : OK PL,11NMIJt\ Jar SMI rlll'IKI.It "JJ< eR derman, Ji.. spent Friday In Val-

\DR \ \ \\ I.,_. -.cOC Y McLendon Mis.-E. S and Matthews daughter., Mrs.- H. B'I dosta, Ga I OLIVES 15c BACON Lb. 25c f ':

Mrs. L. A. Canovn und baby
I .:--- -- and Mrs Huldah Corpenlng spent George Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, and FU.I'K KOSF. F.tNCV Fl.0ltlll\
''',', in Ga:r.esvilleMis. )] ,

Tuesday.-C.-C-Hoppe and son. Jimmy tine.Mrs.Sunday Catharine afternoon Strickland In St Augus spent I RICE 5 Lbs. 21c STEW F"Lb.. lOc

and\ Mrs. JV.. Kincaid left cCF
i after a stay at a- I .
for Tampa
Mrs Effie Johns had as her

I Kingsley Lake. i I Ii i guests Sunday her sister, Mrs Car- I

I MARL{ daughters Mr. and and of Mrs Mis.Miami A. R.J.are Gay E. King guests of Jacksonville and of-I I tie Park Smith Smith and, all little of Mr.Ocala son.and Billy and Mrs.of Mrs Miami.Gussie Bill I I CF RRIU COFFEE 2 CANS 25c.1 1I"JUI.'ts u

.1... u. .. PAY. NA.iMANHATTAN Dr. and Mrs C. J. Gay. I Mr and Mrs.\ Henry \Voool'ow'l

II SHIRTS Andy Woodrow, and Miss Evelyn
of Ft. Lau-
Mis C. P. Clogher
I Plemons, all of Birmingham Ala.,
$1.65 derdale and Mrs. Willard Mills of were recent guests of Mr and Mrs .\ F.SCP'.oSI'T: HKOOKFIKLJ: CHK\M

3 Days Only Fri., Sat., Mon. Athena, Ga. were lecent guests of L. D. KrlJer.GENT'.
PI. 1Sc
(\\hJtcd Not Included) Mr,. and 1 Mrs. K. Duncan. BUTTER CHEESE 2 for 15c

..,. ... \I .' 1---the :State; Farm .. of to [ A WORD

;'U"""", \ J Kingiley Lake Saturday for a two MUSTARD Qt. lOc HENS S
,,,, I": Lb.
., .fj.1:!\IWr\,&'' ,",\I'"""'"-;;;'' c:::.. ,.- weeks', vacation.. COLUMN 24c
h.....: "' ... ... .
"".b-{" .. .."-.""".''''".. ..,::"-- .,0q"YQ ..\ Q ..'... Mrs\ T. A. Steele and children F'or SALE. -T-o five month old 'ft.s\
(j 'Y" .", \\ have returned to their home In pigs Reasonable price. J. D. '
5 \Yol Gainesville! after a ten days' visit I I Diggs, Rt 2 Box 44. Starke, Fla. FLAKES Can 121hc FRYERS Lb. 25c

t/' with Mr and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Up
; 'b I
FOR SALEFourteen head Milch .\1'1'1."r''f: ('J..f\'flJC: IUUI.AKF\'T:
i la 4/,1 and Mrs P. M Rousseau -
: Captain cows. Fresh dry and strippercows
and Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St.
i-, Augustine/: will be weekend guestsof and, Starke.one Fla.Jersey bull 7-162tp eLetsch. JELLY Jar lOc BACON Lb. 35c

Mrs E. L. Bigg

Mr and Mis. Richard Kldd timber Pay ten cents itumpage.

pent Sunday in Hawthorne as Pay cash every day for all moved. BUTTER 24oz. ISc MEAT Lbl 35cK

I guests of Mr. KiJds grandmother H. B. Kerce P. O. Box 203 Lake

Mr*. W C. Helmontoller. ] Butler Fla. 7-9-41

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IW.Deseriptie .

: Continued from Pare Three Tears... I fl..-. T H A Ow>er C...* RISING
Tftx. *. DrarripUes. ttr. T R.A 0..... t c. Ml*. Edna Iweii
l'' ), D..rrlpttaa (r.T Hnvii A g..... .A G.a.i Com lit aPt JOS ft Sof +t.
. --
; Lot 4. C. e. 7 of nik; 28. of -
f Cor of NWV
; of .._17 t 22 O. Strohf lcit __ 3.13 Livingston' Truhy AIO'H Mr. and Mrs. Tate j
i >! 01 NEV; NEVI 20 Harry Addition to MurVe 28 6 22 R. L. Thomas 5.18 NW4&runS665 ft, B. Dtrffi.rk:
0 A on W lid Of NWV Lids, t'. ,. 7. 8. 9, 10 of Blk r.z& tt. N 6G6 w 62G ftto t Mrs. Annie E Pettlt 3.78 children spent Sunday Hand
J'' 1y( of, SW', .. N 1 A for bfpc ._- -33 6 82 -- a1th I
/. ".I church ___ ._.. _. ..__ 17 6 12 9 Lem Goodwin ._n.___ S..7 .11, Livingston Addition> ,to Truby Stark.28 ft4'u'H 4 22 Frank Morgan .80 Lot :2 of Hlk) 2. J. M. John Mrs. H. H. Lewis' (
., '.I NW, "' SELSE4 01III Sub I>lv of :NKU of
; c E'4 _un__.-._._.. 11 22NWV 120 Edith Phelps _n____. 3304 Lots 2, 3 of Hlk I 6.C"Livingston '.. Sub- : }, .. ._: _._.-33 8:12: I Mr. Fannie Stewart -- 2.47 i Mr. and Mr!. n M Crosby

I'. or SWV, ex 1 A in ___ 721 lily ,of Truby!NE', of NE4.26 4 22 J W. Robinson 3.47 PrR. :i 99 ft W of NE Cor children were visiting! In, ,
Elizabeth, '
,. ,j' 4 I NK: C feechurch K t ittlVj 39 u of NE4 of S Jacyyt
Lot 2 of Hlk 12. Living ; 1t"s" ; vllle
r.,,luj of SEV of SW'. ei I 10 8 S ,. W 889 : Saturday.Miss .
I \! t Lot In >E CorV of eton, Truby 6 Co's Sub 247S ft. E :at* ft to beg, 10923 4 6 22 10 C. N. Holder Eat ______ 7.81
j''I'\ M tr 1 road .____ u___. _. ___.__21 8 22NEVi 20 J. W. Edwards n ___. 2 .31 Dlv of NEV of NEV,__.28 4 22 J W. Robinson u --- N '' of 8Kl A Mb Of Ruth Lewis j liellb

<4l<,'y', e of SEVi Of SWVi. 21 e 22 10 M. Rhoden ___.-__.____ 7.54 Lot 2 of Hlk 13. Livingston 6LS1L, of NIB 14 -. _. ..36MS < 22 0(1; Marion dilution ___n___ 1.08 la spending this week)
Truny < Co's Sub _____.___ 4.91 \Vtb:
2:10: :/ L. A. Dorsally
38NWl 6
of NEU iii
arts .... 814 of HWi4 I
NWVi ex .
.int, i NEV phentnfore Div of .NKV of NE' _.28 6 22 K. Kelley Edna Lewis.'
4 .
I _. 12.09
deeded .21 (21 35 W. F. Mott nn____ of .; *
\\'>' of Blk 21. Livingston, Ni.J"-.38 __ 17.B
N&ii! B. Maloney
8 22 CO Mary on
; of
L 1 9.12 Acres In SE% of NWV Truliy & Co's Sub Divof & WH 3 7 22: 20 1 L. A. Gelger. ____.___._ 3.13: Mr. and Mrs. V.lion] Conn
of : SWW
see Deed Recorded In NEV of NEV .28 6 22 Unknown _- 2 47 Wtt Niof __________ 6.28
?- spent Sunday
Circd Book 40 at page> SW4! of NWU -______._ 4 7 22 40 J. F. Herring with Mr and
127 _. _. _.._ .. .. YI i U 10 O S, Bradley ____m__ 4 II1C Lot 3, 4 of Ilk 28. Llvingeton 8 A In 8K 'or of NE'* of Lu L. Conner of Gum P.rfL'\eh. II
l Truby A Co's Sub NWt4 being I 4641.' ft E \
1+ IL Wvofl01kISofR3W... 1 A In NE ('or' EHof Div of NEV of NEV ___:8 6 22 A. P. Paul _- 347 & W by 660 ft N A a __ 6 7 22 6 John Green ____ ___ 3.47S Mi, and Mrs. David Paulk
Hlk Win Lot. 1 1. 4 or IS'" of Hlk 31, 414 A of that portion of Chula Ga. 7"
Templen.I Ub'V'v3} _. _.. 21 6 22 9 D. L. Lloyd .-.________ 63 Livingston"" Truby A Etv of SWV of NEVi were visititg:
I ,, 4 ''I NWV of nik 4 8 of R 2 ("0'. /Sub Div of NEVi of i l lying: W of St Rd 13 7 7 22 6 n O Moore ____.___ __ 7.1. Mis. Walter Underhill i re.
___ 11 98 tntly
NKV __. .28 8:12: Unknown ___ d
W& HWV, of Hlk 8 S ofH H. Ltd 14 NWW of SEVi Miss
M !! W 66 ft wide E Lots. 2. 3 or NVi\ "f Elk 86. of 1f f 7 7 22 10 Oscar OBterman .._.___ 6.31 Dorothy Crosby 18 i t tD
tri u v I, W by 330 ft N ft S on Livingston' Truby Aro'n 2 A In NK Cor of NE7.* of ing this week In Jacksonville:

4 ,k'rp + s G of Hide R of 3 SEVi W, also of Elk that 8 NE'i Sub_. Div of NKVi_____of__28 8:2 -- Alfred Barnes ._______ 739 SWk 140 yds 70ydsN&Sby E & W _.* _. .- 8SEVi 7 22 :2 C. M. Bitch _____m--- 4.10 Itlng relatives.Mr. VI

1&'e& r NIA portion. of SWV of SW*," SH! of nik n?, Livingston, J of NEV _.__. ._ 8 7 22: to.l. K Sullivan ____n__ 8.6. and Mrs. Jeff Ltc"1
} of. NEVi contained In Trubv & Co's Sub Div N'j of SW"n of NE4 -10 7 22: 20 J. W. Edwards ._ _d___ 6.91NWt children at
( .ti r last two descriptions, of NKV, of NEV, __ 28 6 22 A. O. Jenkins ____--_ --_-- 688 of NW4 Of SWV __10 1 22 10 *'. M. Garrett n______ 1.3. were visiting lelItlVI3'! !
,t1 i 'lIc, also com at a pt 174 ft NU "f But 37, & nil nik 38.Llilngston. Ml* Of SW4 of NW14!: .___11HW 1 22 20 Clem A. Orlffla ________ 2.2. Jacksonville recently
Ef' N of SE Cor of land. Truby A ">4 of SWl of NW'11 1 S3 10 Z. Z. Griffin _____.____ I.lil R. R.
} r owned by Jennl Hag-*' ...,'.. sub Dlv of NEVI ofNEL' S'... of NWl of S\Vi4 .___11 1 22 20 Judge Knlffen. -__.____ 60 Crosby made bUIlD
l 1, mnn & run N 488 ft W 26 e 2Z A. O Jenkins__ .nn I." N>" of NEt of NEH._17E"n 7 22 20 Mrs. Bertie Terrell ____ 8.17 trip to Jacksonville TLtmiay; .
if t Ki&! n'lh"K NItT"B 625ft Lot 1 & sCj, of Lot 3 of Bl k" of NWi, of NEV -17 7 22 20.1. C. Terrell Agt ______ 8.1T Miss Etna
1 I, : P 3. Davis A Trub)"'* Ad- Ely of SW>4 of NWl W Conner I 'f Gui
i, L I "Sub DIv ___ .21 6 22 13 Ben Dell -. 1220 dition to Starke .. ____ _28 6 22 Quigley A Davis ___.__ 11.68 25 A of SUV, of NWV, A Branch spent Sunday ,item
t 1! I4Ik3FnfR1W&E1yof: Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 6, 6, 7. S & .:'" of NW14 of SW14 & i with Miss Melva
r'/'/ nm 3 s "if n 2 w in Frat Lot on W side ofnik W 26 A of NEK! of Cru( >-oBOOTSEY'S >
-Wi4 of :NE'4 O Tempts. B ex !S 8 ft of Lot SW'4 _____11 7 22 90 B. O Hval _________?_ 8.90 .-
y Sub DIv ._ 21 8 22 15 Ben Dell 18 7. 8. Jones. Addition to si' of SWtj'of SW'4 -is 7 22 20 11. B. Wlgglnn _n_____ 3.60
,, Lot 6 of Blk 1, Pln hurst Stark .21 6 22 R. S. Waxdln __..______ 7263 s aoo ft of NWV. of AE'4'; BEACHjUItII \
t t __ 2.17 N'v of Lo--------------- W of Hy __ 19 7 22 5 Foremost. Dairy ProductsCo.
I Development .. __.21 I 22 C. Letsch ___n___ ? .m - :
f, tarts 7. '9 of nik 2. Pine- 4. 4. 7, 8 of Blk 1. Highway -__---- .-_-.-__-- 4.14 Effle Crawford i(or
burnt Development. __.21 9 22 Mrs Maud Walnwrlcbt. 7.84 Addition to Stnrke 28 4 22 :Mary O Wainwright___ 8.14 Com III SE Cor of See 19''A
1 !I Lot 3 of nik 2, Pinehurst. Lola 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8. 9 of run N 72M! yd*, W 70 yds, Mr. and Mrs. VV. M P.* clan,
Y r, Development _____ _. 21 ( 22 Geo. F. Young. 1.46 Blk; 2. HlKhway Addi- .1 72' t >dn, E 70 yds to an
1' All W'yofBlk6Soffl2 tion to Starke __. .n_._ 28 6 22 Mary O Wainwright.__ 1623Quigley beg .. _. 19 1 22 1 H. V. & J. H. Saxon __u 16.78 family spent Sunday mth he
alt fl i W and all E>4 of Blk 6I N10ft5inof1.ot 4&S \Vt, t"fat A Lot In SWCnr mother Mrs. B. Rome
Motft W & NWV', of 39 ft 7 In of Lot 5 of Blk of hE>4 of SE'. of tf Evergreen
a '! Plk I 88 of R 3 W In 9, Temples. Addition toStarke RE'. ....__ ..._._ 19 7 22 O. K Prince 00 ____.___ I.U section.
t Temple Sub Dlv ex 8 5 -__ 28 6 22 A Davis ______ 8.44 Coin at 1'1Cor' of "SEU of Mrs. R. N. Craw Ion, std
"sl A Hold Mrs. Murrh.e..21 6 22 5 Unknown _____un___. S04 Lot. 4. 6. of Dlk 14. Temple EV, & run :N 100 ft, E : 10
I, '1; 11. ft Nf;'. of NE 4 of .* Addition to Starke-28 8 22 C..A. Futch __00 ___ 4 30 210 ft. S 100 ft, W 210 Cecil Stanley, and daughter. I Eftl[

l l7 II SE", .._ ___ ._.22 4 2NRV 6 Unknown _....____00 359 Lots 1, 2 of Rlk 14. Temples ft to beg -19 7 22 J H. Saxon n________. 23.7t and Algie Crawford
of !SEVI of !OE.22' 22KV4 10 Federal Land Bank___ 1443 Com at "SK for of Sec 19 & epett I
Addition to Starke.28' 6 22 M. Rhoden ___ _______ 22.01
t, R .Q' tf, NWi, of SEV .23 6 12 10 Harry Stern -...______ 3..' Lots. I. 2 of Blk 18. Temples run W tiMO ft, N 446 ft, Wednesday and Thursday ViII

1 Ir v NW'. of NWV, ._. ____ 23 8 11 40 T. S. William ______. It.83 Addition! to Starke-28 8 22Lot J. T. Quigley ___d____ 7 84 to a pt of bog, thence ElO'i relatives in JacksonvilleMrs.
N 105 W .
I" fry ft. 106 ft,
EA Aof Of
Vii, q s, SW', __._ _.._ _-.-. __23 6 SI S Mrs Bcrtl Terrell __ 7." 19.6 Temple& NLr of Addition Lot. 9, Blk to S 105 ft to tint _-19 7 22 D. W. Swindell ________ ..70 J. J. Rigdon and daugfctnj[

All W>., of NEVi of SE% Starke ________. 28 6 22 DC. Kinlaw __ __. __ 57.75 1 A In_ NB'4_ of_ SWS of .________ 2.68 Eva. of Starke, were vrtlting II
N of road .23 6 22 11 J. G. Boyd ____ ._ 14.S3 Ry ... __ ___ 19 7 22 1 Thomas Gllils
+C i, ,1a N25A&E300ftoft.5 Lots 1. 2, 13, 14 of Blk 20 FUR 1 In Hampton ____19 7 22 -.I. H. McOruder ___u___ 3.50 R. N. Crawford Thursday ate
d 16 A of HWVi of SWVi Temple Addition to Lot 16 of Elk 14 '& WV\ of
N of public road ".. 23 6 22 28 Federal. Land Bank 29.40 Starke .. _.____ ___ 21 < 22 J. H. Bitch ___-______ 22.79 141k .19 7 22 -.I. H. Saxon ___n___ 17.73 noon.
{ 4 r wij of swvi of NEV"; Lots S. 4. 5.. 6. 7. 10 11. 12 All 3 In Hampton'--19 7 22 J. 11. Saxon nn.--_. U.68 Miss Virgil Beck of l-acd! : Gnnj
I All of Blk 20. Temples Ad- Lots. G, *. 7. 8. 9of11k 14]
t7.. ; EH of SEV of NWVi dition to Starke __.____28 6 22 J. 11 Retch ___________ 8.14 6" Lot 10. 11. 12 of Blk Is spending some time tore vi
S of public road. __ __. .U e 22 22 C. B. Strickland .._____ 4 67 Lots 8, 9 of Blk 20. Temples 16 In Hampton ._. 19 7 22 A. A. McDonald___.__. 203:
r 41 NEVi of NEV, _______. ___. It 8.. 40 A. Bronka u______?__ 1891 Addition to Starke_28 6 22 J. H. Retch .__--______ 430 Nl, of NEVi & SWVi- -of her cousin Miss Inez Koi er
MW1,6 of SEVi __ _____ If ( 11 40 Mrs. Etta Brln.on11.79 .
'I i Blk 21 ex Frail Lot 9 A .NEV less 3 A right. of Miss Effie Crawford tae btt
I. W'4 or 01
Ey! SE4 orSW
,' L. _______ ___."27 < 21 10 Mrs A. F. King ____on 430 N .30 Addition ft of Lot to 10 Starke.28, Temples 8 22 M. Rboden __ _____ 1068 NWVi way &less By v of a ANIf 4 SB of very 111 for the past few cafe. hI t
SEVi:; of NW'4 --__ 27 4 :21 40 R. B. Alvarez _______ 11.01 nn friends wish her a ,
On. A In SW cor of n 'Lots 1, 2. 3 of Blk 22 Temples Cor _20 1 22 135 Inn Ivey Pollard _____ G6.n speedy recovery
''b1 'I f. SEV. of 8EV _.Ey-.!_I...21 8 21 1 C. N. Holder __________ 1.43 Addition to Starke.28 4 22 J. W. Edward.3.59 Sty of SWp4 of NWVi & Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children
Lots 1, 2, NU., of NW' of SWVi _SO 1 22 .0 H. C. Green ___nn ___. 9.89
"I v 4. KH W'> of of SWV EV of of NW27 ( 20 Warren E. Perkln .__. '.13 10, 11, Beau 9ejoue. Ad- SEV of NWVi ..- _-- 20 7 22 tU Calvin Hartline _______ ,.G. returned to their t.omea I\
14 4
NWVi of 11n dlt Ion to Starke ____ 28 t 22 Quigley & Davis __ 15.23 Lot 9 W of Sub
SWV, _.._ 27 8 ____ .30 un highway Saturday after spending nevtn
6 A. F. P. XingKit ___ 4 ;
NWV < >i-.27 Com 110 ft S of SE Cor of Dlv of SWV of SWVi_.20 7 II H. V. & J. H. Saxon ____ 8.47
!I W la, A f.s-rt. i,of of NE NWV, 27 : 22I 13 10 Delia William Keller .:::.::::: 4007S4 Penn. Ave A State' Highway. wu. of N\V1L of SW2l 7 22 20 T. J. Alderman __ ..____ ..31 days with her brother-m-.aw aD
1 j\Wl.
y Beg. at NW Cor of NEVi oft1' & run K about 100 01 SW'. & E1J.S of sister Mr. and Mis. Lacy OOI'llU:
; L SEV A run S 92 It, ft. R 220 ft, W 100 ft to tW' ------.-____.___.24 7 22 120 W. P. Thornton _._.____.1t.99
thence. E 625 ft. thence Highway: thence. along EH of !VEVi '& EH of SWli of Mima.
i.. N 92 ft, thence Westerlyon Highway to beg in "f NEV ...?_....._._ 26 7 22 100 A. Sullivan ___________. 9.68 E. J. Roberts of La\vuy ':
Ii{ N line of said 526 Starke ___. ________21 < 22 Quigley & Davis _.n__ 121$ NWV of NWL'. -.---28 1 22 40 T. J. Alderman ________ '..11E eper'
ii ft to beg also beg 40.. .at Lots 11, 12. 13. 14 A Frail '* of HWV of NWVi _._28 7 2Z 20 W. H. Jones ______.__. 4.10 Sunday here with Mr and Jn! |
As KW ( or. of SEVi of NE'i Lot In Cookseys. Add toStark. N W'S of SEL4 of NEU ._ 28 7 U 10 Lillie Joner __________ 2.11 R. N. Crawford.
ft run N 328 ft, thence E .. Bounded. N by NEi4 of .VEU ex 14 AS of
r ( / I' + 625 ft, thenc. H 828 ft to Call St. W by Pay St., public road ... ......... 29 7 22 211 T..J. Alderman. n _.n. 5.31 Leslie and Mary C'rhaford att
1 'fII s line of said 40, thence & R by Madison "St _____ 28 8 22 O. C Livingston, _____u 107.9 NWV: of SW-------------: 29 7 22 40 1.1. WI /Saxon __________ 8.06SWt4 Jacksonville spent tte week-ent|
W on line 625 ft to One. Lot com at !SW' Cor of of NE'4&15Aon
ii beg _h ..27 21 5 H- Gray ________ ____ 1.72 full & Buy Sts' A run W aide' of ;SE<4 of NEt'A5ANofByinNW here with their cousice;. Effie and|

On. lot In NW for of W'' W on Call Rt 330 ft to A. J. Crawford.
? -or of of
Mt' thence Son
Broadway" .
of SEVi of SEV, of NEVi' laluil
said "St 105 ft. thence In NE Cor of NWV4! of Mrs. H. E. Sykes ci
bring 66 ft E A W by !SE'4' _____ ._ 29 7 22 CO T. J. Alderman ___ __ 26.10 hml
i 110 ft N A S __________28 6 22 A. J. WUlcerson ____n_ 4.97 thence f. 330 N ft on to Ray Bay St 10dft St. RK at SW Cor of NE4 of h Grove I is spending some t.me:

1 : I'' t 1t( Com 105 ft S of NE Cor ofSEV to beg"" In Rtarke____.28 6 II-A. E. Moltt Heln _____ 23.11 NE 4 & run N 220 yds. with her son-in-law and caugblt.J! ,
of NEVi A run W Com at NW Cor of San thence. E In a Southerly
t t 4II 420 ft. R 106 ft, E 420 ft, derson Lane & Hogan direction. 2<6 yda to public Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rosier
r N 106 ft to beg _28 8 12 1 1. J. Keller ..--._______ s.ia Alley. A run N on said road thence SE Lacy and George Gaskets: of Wi.I
1 On. kit. 40 ft E A W by 106ftN&NInNWCOrof along public road
Lnn 62:! ft. W 50 ft. S ter Oak section spent tte week'|
62 ft to Hogan )41:ey, 174 'd8.. thence 3 82 yd.*,
I' 4 Eij of, NWV\ of SE'. of thence E 50 ft to big In thence W 440 ydl to beg end here with A. J. eta Strait;)
1 Nf.' ___ ._ 28 4 <2Zl Rorer Battle ..n_____ 4S7 Starhe ._ .__. __ M 6 IZ Dr. E. L Biggs __un_ 27.77On. -14 A ft SE4 All NW>, of SE---------N .. lot Com 50 ft W of less Vi 14U,, A & Crawford.
y of Call St A W 'Canal NW 'or of Sanderson. FE14 lens. 3U, A InNW 83MiSSION -
0 A E of Church St .x th. Lane & Hogan' "" Alley & Cur -----------------9 7 22 76 D 0 Durham ___n____ 165
folio I I wing described. I I I run N 117 ft. W N1 fr.t Beg at a pt 900 ft ft of NW BALLAs
i, /, pieces of property I..on'I I t t <'* 63 ft, W 55 ft, S 52 Mi "'0" of SEVi of NWI4 A scheduled, the servile 01|
t Ins, on Church Stt: E. H. ,, ft to Hogan, Alley. run S 1320 ft. E 600 ft, N
11 "Smith's home; Mrs. Ma- I I Thence E on said Alley 1030 ft to Ry. thence Tuesday night was conducted ty

,k ,@ tilda Lee home.: The '; 140 ft to beg In S.arll..28 6 E2 Dr. E, L Birrs _____._ 202 NW along Ry to beg.,.. 29 7 22 16 J.W. A Effie Bedenbaugh 4.70 Dr. Edw. Barnard, pastor of CII-
;41 Episcopal, Church and Com at NE Cor of Hogan 5 A In NE Cor of NWV of
I'arnonage; J. C. Hoover Alley. & Bay St & run N NW',* 29 7 22 6 Knott A. Pitt un.___ 1233 tral Presbyterian Church of 51.
1I home A G. M. Bl/itrunk'g/ 105 ft, E 62'" ft, S 105 Lot 14 of Blk"V"sub"Dlvof Petersburg. Dr. Barnard and (icily
home 28 8 29 Quigley Davis ._____ 74 63 ft, W 2Si ft to bee In N'J of NEVI of NW'i.29 7 22 1 LUiie Smith _....... 8.14
l Lot 4 of Plk 1, Originalr Stark .________._____28 8 22 R. A. Green .__Unh_ 14 tJ Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4 of Elk are spending a few w eeki K
Town of Stark _._ 28 8 21 Unknown __...______ s.69 On. lot of land In !Starke62ftN&Hby210ft 31 A EH of Blk 31 In Keystone Heights and tie: saadf
,9 Lr f R) of Blk 3, Origins' Blantona Add __00. .____30 7 22 L. A. A Stella John__. 4.11
4 Town of Stark. _... __.28 8 11 Qulgley & Davis ___ _-. 7.13 E A W Bounded N by St Lots 1, 2. 3. 4, 5 of Bill 12 a most interesting and talen'.dgroup :

I Lots 1. t.r A part of Lot fc K by "Sanderson Lane.28 6 22 J. W. Harrell _________ 22.6 tn Hampton ..--______30 7 II Mr... Elsie Sparkman .. .61 contributed greatly to tit t
1 of [Ilk 14. OriginalTown Dill 12 In Unnklns Add to Lot 19. In McCalls

,L of "stnrse .. __ 28. 21 Quigley & Davis _._h_ lt2.BO "Starke ____ __. ______.29 6 21 Floyd Green. n_____.__ 176 Addition ._-. .______.30 7 22 Ovid Haynes 00 __.____ 12.33 musical part of the sen-ice. In=
1 On* lot SO, ft E A W In !PWCor Blk. 9, 14 In Oasklns. Ad- N'9 of Blk 4 In Hampton.30 7 22 Frank C. Gould ._ ____ 6600 Barnard an accompll&cea: planer,
j of. Lot 7 of Elk 14, dition tn "Starke -.29 6 22 t I* A. Davis Jr __.._ 21313'v Lots 1. 2. of nik 11 A: lots
.s 4 ) Original. Town of A In NW Cor of NEU% 00- 1'1. 7. 8 of Elk 12 In and gifted with a marvelous.

I ,44 f1 stark _. _- 28 6 22 Quigley & Davi ___n 38.78 of !SEVi bring)t) ft N 1 Hampton __ ... 30 7 22 Mr.. Ada Nlmmo n_.__ 10.19 rendered some beautiful selection
84 R2dit3lnofl.ot.6Snf & H by 393 ft E A W____29 6 21 4 L. A. Davis Jr. ________ 493 Lots 6. 6. 7, 8. 9. 10., 11, 12,
t Hlk 111. Original Townof Com at NW Cor of :Madison 13.14.15. 16 of Blk 10 In i in addition to the family: group
Starke g| 6 22 Chas O Woodbrldc 77.40 A :Myrtle St* A run Hampton 30 7 22 L. A. A Stella John __ 7.22 The by Dr. Bv"
Lots 6. S of Rik lt ex E W Madison St 210 ft. Lots 5, 6 of Bi------------11 In singing. mesage
i 29 Nft.. Original) Town of N 334 ft. E 210 ft to 7)r lo.n: 13'In30 7 22 Jos B A Mary Ackley.. 1819 nard was prophetical std: c ailed till
r4 "Starke' _- -21 1 31 Cha*. O 'WoodbrldtT_. 114.14 Myrtle St, thence S r"'Bik aid further
H3)! 3.20 ft of Lots 5. 7. along said St. to beg- Hampton .____.-__.....30 7 22 W. O. Seal ....______ 18.19 deep concentration
s of Illk 17, Original Townof 2 A, also l'vA I In SWCor SL; of SWi' of SWVi ____30 7 22 20 Pat Adams ...._______ .17 study and meditation by all Cur
"Stark 21 8 21 Cha O. Woodbrlda-e.. US 43 of SE", of SEVI ofNEt4 r.ot i of wv of Nwy __31 7 22 10 Hester Adam n_____ .31 used connection .
S' W 36 2-3 ft of Lot 6, 7 of -- __. _- -____ 29 t 22 4 L A. Davie Jr. ,.______- 13 48thence LoU 4, B of WMi of NW.31 7 22: 20 :K D. Fort ___n_______ 117 rent events were m
I PIN 17, Original Town of W, of "', NEL& Ell or E\* o" SW" "' with prophecy and pointed to

Stark -_. -.26 8 23 Chas O Woodbrldre- 77.60 HWt of E'JEr. ex 3>n A SE4 u_ ___u_______ ___34 7 22 10 Unknown ___________ 1." "Messiah" which, II
On. Lot IitI/ E A W by In NE Cor A 3>n A In Com at NW Cor of NEVi the coming
I 70 ft N A S In SW 'or of NW Cor & ex 4 A In SW of NEV, A run S 386yd Christ the Lord. It was a master
a L Blk 18. Original Town Cor & SEV of NWU. also *. E 251 Uj )ads N 386ydH to t'*
of Stark. .. _28 8 21 Mrs. Clara I* P4.k8.44 1 lot com 320 ft W W 251.. yds to beg fur mesage from foundation
Lot 6. 7. of Blk 19.. Original of SE' Cor of NWVi A A I'IE1. of NEL4 lees 6 AtNECor&3AInSW sh l and will doubtless be used ty
Town of Stark* .___28 8 21 L. A. Davie Jr. _______ 4)328) run W 60 ft, S 390 ft. .
t Loth.N10ftofWt.. & to State Road. 28, thence ,i' I ,. c or 36 7 :f2: 52 W. W. Packham __.. 23.81!; those present, in further perusalthis
N lOll ft of Lot 8 of R: on said- road- 60 ft. WJ.S of N------------------. of SW, ._35 7 22 20 T. B Trlest. 2.24 most interesting of nil >-* \
t Blk 20. Original I. Town N\ 890 ft to the SW1a pf NW?, ---:1: 8 22 40 Unknown ?____n.____. 0.38 I,
{I cf !Starke __---- 2H 6 28Hlk G. C. Livingston _..___ 8640 pt of bra- _____________29 8 22 It 1. A. Davis Jr ________ 6903 Beg at a pt on W side of Jects.
) 21. OrIginaf Town ofStsrke 2 A In NEVi of SEVi Ry right of way on N Several local members of tie I
---- __---_-_--28 6 21 Chas G Woodbrldg .. 158.84Mrs. bounded. E by Dowllng tine of See 2 A. run 8 on ID
1 t Lot 8 of Blk 26. Original Add to S.a..ke. a by St. right of way 96 :yds, W Mission group will base n part |
Lola of Starke -----.2$ 8 11 Minnie E. Qulgley. 11.34 W by Westmoreland St 3i yd*. N 95 yds to said next week's meeting
8 of Blk 27. Orig Sec line thence E
Gaskln Add to
I at'o of Sterke.2$ 6 21E"4 Mrs Anna Q Murrfcee__ 34.07 starke by ___..._____......29SEV 1 U 2 J. G Boyd ______ ____ 660 I said line to beg-ti: A In -....- ---
I. 28 of Lots 1. 3. 5 of Blk of SWVi uu __28' 22 38 1. W. Andrea ____00____ 6.13'' W2E: ufSE4 of NE NWV--_ 2 I 1 U. P. Davis ___..00 -_. .62 TOWNSEND CLUB 'onnf!' E:
Original Town of A of
Starke __ __ _...18 S 11 Loca C. Sweat ________ 4 60 I Ben KBVi at; SW& Cor run N of 430 NWV4of ft, of NEt4: ----u--_. 3 8 23 60 Unknown ___ _______ 11.41 The regular meeting our One lot HO ft a<] In NB Cor Inr.. pt of bear thence. SWV4 of NWV* ___" 4 8 22 40 W. P. Harden ______. 6.31 Club will be held next Monday
I. cf ilk 29 as xtnded. on I E 210 ft. N about 400 NEV; of SEVi ._______-__ 5 I 22 40 W. P. Harden .___?__ 6.38 in tie
1, I Ensey Map Original ft to highway W 210 ft EV* of Wt_ of NEH of night July 19, at 8 o'clock
Town :of. atark -.---- 21 6 21 1. A. Davis Jr. ._.___._ tt 40 ; to 'v wee line; thence NEV; of NVE7tya of EVA o* court house. We hope to have OB
H; ; Lot 2 of Dlk 32, J. M. 5 to pt of bur, also begat NEt,, _?_ 9 1 21 16 Mrs. Minnie 1. Trlplett- 4.68 It'
1 Johns Addition to SE Cor of NEVi of SVjEof NE'. & NWV* of band by then information as
Stark 21 6 22 Mary B. Maloney ____ __ IIS \ 10 I 21 120 Unknown _____ ___ of the
----- --- --- SWV & run W 160 ft. I'snrt''I'' ; I ,; I I o/ ------ --- -- --. 20.12 best course to follow In view!
'K" 10 ft of Lot 6 A all Lot E NV, NW}. 01 SE%VxiB'8 !
N 810 ft to
Lot 8 of nik 34. J1.) 150 (t to ':I.s"-arln A <4& ex Lake 10 A)____13 6 22 4 D. O Stewart A J.B. recent "sbakeup" In the national

John. Addition toPtarke thence. H to beg ..h__ 29 8 n 8 1. A. Davie, Jr. ______ 11.83 lJR"0n2J ______________. .A...8 management.. If you value your
_._ __ __ ? N M r A of W'
.28 6 21 D. C. Klnlaw. _.__u.__ 90 Com 210 ft N of BE Cor of of Nor\
Lots> 2, 4 of. Rlk 36. J M. NEV of ... A run W NE\ .U I 22 25 Leonora. Minnick ______ 10,44 Townsend heritage, be surf to at
t Johns Addition to 210ft.N 210 ft, E210, .S S.. ot Nl" of NE' W 01 tend.

Htarke --------------6 6 22 J. T. Quigley ?____ _u 802 ft. S 210 ft to beg"" ______29 8 U Leonard Griffin __ ____ 2.83 eke A SVfc of NEv; of Sec.
Lots 1, 2 of Blk 37, NW, 25 Ernest ThOIIC: ..tot
tJ W, of NW'i' of SEVi ex ---- g 22 48 F M A Alletta G .
t i<+ M John,* Addition N: 6 A __ 30 8 U It W1111. Lucas _____ 800 Fleming "." -
It Starke. ___ ___ _._n 28 8 22 D. C. Jones ____--.n._ 1208 NWV of N'ex: 10 A S un I-6 of SBof SW: } -
Lots. S.4&N20 ft of Lot B of Canal __. __. 30 6 2Z 30 Mn. M. B. Hull _______ 12.09 NWV4 -_ I 22 5 Isaac Mitchell 182

of Addition Hlk 37 to, J.Starke M Johns. _.28, 4 22 J T. Quigley. __ -n__ It 44 E'\ of N of NEi Ity, of?NEV-, .ex- -_2-31 6 U 11 W. H. Noegel---------- 3.11 _C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector. Bradford County Florida. 1

2'i A.. E of Ry In SW Cot SI'01 *EV of NEVi: & 2fIlmitV
of E1, of 8WV4 Bounded N\V, NEt,
N bv" Johna Add W 6 N 4 ft 1'o of NEVi BOREE FUNERAL HOME

rt.Hl., rob Sea line, also of SEV. A Wtt of NEi-4 A'4bp ad.Vbl4i prescription for Cold,
of Blk 47. J. of SEVi ex 3 A In NW Full Un> of CmakeU a Undertaken Supplies Influtri,
M John. Addition to for & 4 A In SW ChlUg,'enl'.Jla1aria,and

Stark" ---- .____-,-____21 < 11Lot J. <3. Boyd ____00 ______ 7.01O. Cor __t-x_.__ .________ 82 8 22 U 3. T. Jones _____n_____ 28.S AMBVLANOE SERVICE .LI dn stores 210 or tend lUmpi tI
3 of filk' 1 1. LlvlnaMon.Truby DAY ANt NIGHT
Beg post 3'4! chn N S..tlgsa Doi CavJMluonvllle.g!
& Co' Additionto of aJE"Cor; of SEI of
Mark -___._._ .___21 I 21 C. Livingston n___. t.St SWV & run N :3 47100Chns. 53 PHONE 53 -
Lots 4, '6 of Blk 1. Llvlngnton W 14 Chns, S O. H. BENNETT MET.
t Truby A Go's Addition

A E d Chns
to Stark. .. ___21 1 it 10-100 Chns. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
I' J, W Edward __nn_ 130 N :2'a' Chn E 8 Chn. to
Lota 6, 6, 7 of Bill 8, LITIngston. portion W of
t Truby A Co'. road ...__--__--32 8 U 4 Va.ce Mitchell ________ 7,381'Olnl.c
Addition Stark ___.21 21 I'----__
to 1
O C. Livingston nn_ 11" X of Elk 11 Lin --- - --- - -
Loh4.Il of Blk 11, Llv. .v" : 32 8 U Jessie Johnson ________ 2.17
lna ston. Truby A Co' Lot :3 of til--------------

11 J.01d. 6 lt f"lW, ( Htarli 11, v D.r:28 8 21 J O. Boyd nnn __. 1148 "Cllr. 'nik-.. .15- ., .Lincoln_______31 8 U Dan Jenkins u________ 217 SERVICE STATION

i 24 ston Truby A Co' Addition City .. 32 8 U Willie King ________ 1..8
-- ----- u
to marks _______28 6 22 Unknown ___ ___nu 1148 S'i \ Com at NW Le .. kelw rh'OW 0.

Lot.ton 7 ,of Truby Silk A 11.Co's Llvlng-;: Addition NW'4: of SW'4 A" "ro'"n: Son I I" a 1 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSATLAS .1.. l.s.>..'..

to Stark _______.21 ( 21 Sec line to a post, tkat will rase7ser
Hayes A Sternbere _. 114
Lot M of Dlk 14. Living n thence E to within 60 ft t L... r. ....."n.w..rT.f. .
of the center of Ry. t
stun Truby A Co's Ad- thence. N parallel with TIRES. TUBES. AND' BATTERIES. .
to Htarke ..2( _
I t 22
H. Bennett _____ 12.11. V line of said
j Lohdttkn 1. 2 of Hlk 16. LIYIn".t..n. N W\o of SWV,, thenceW ARE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED: !:

h5i' Truby A CO'sl to be* ____... ... __33 8 U 8 J. C. Jones ____. -_u___ 1.16 FOR ONE YEAR AND 18 MONTHSWASIDNGPOUSIDNGWAXDiGGREASING.
Addition to Stark .4 21 6 22 J. C. Terrell Agent :21 *1 Com at :N\V: Cor of. NW'i
Lots 1. 2, 3. 12. 13. of A !
t :
k: t/ Hlk 18, Livingston, Tru- '" N\V14 & run E 625 ft.
H 105 ft, W 525 It, N
A Co'
It nv
it i 1J. Addition to to 'beg-1'' .33 I 22 Ruby A. Hayes __ ... ._ .19
r 4 LotStarkefHlk 18, LivlnaKton .. ;-.99 { 22 W. F. Mott nn 26.8T 810nlt NW> Cur of 'Nt ofJ'EVJ ; ROAD SERVICE CALL 60
being 417'4 ft E AW

tt of Trap to lt..k Co. s_.AdUltlon -. -.28 4 22 J. G. Boyd 114 11 A by n NER _*NW'B A ASH
eT Lot 8. t. 10 cf Blk 26. pHSSSSrr Our Price. PIA. Morom
t $ Llvlnk-xton, Truhy A Cot' of feEV: being 83IV., ft EASY

Lots Addition to Sturke 28 6 22 John M Seymour 311J N aids A #>M 1. 2, 13. 14 of Illk 26.
1 MvlriKnton. Truby A public road. __ .33 4 22 17 Cha.. G. Woodbridge, 23.11 BATTERIES: Are Right
8 A In NW Cor of NE4of LACY) CONWAY
I Co's Addition to Mtarke 28 6 22 !
R. Muore
20 90 NW, ..33 8 U I J. G. Boyd _. ?__. 1.71 -

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JfMT >a, 1931
.. f\ttf.: SrVTM! : !
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't1".r it \ 'TM ('IU'.tell I r
... ( R. Price, 1'iwtor 1 t

Jjay School. 10 o clock/ m., LIVE STATE NEWS .1 l'
Itrlrf Farm llrnint i nl 1 nnr

E& J Tb)3'U Worship.Supt 11 a. m. \ >/latt.i.rltiit I..Miiitlrv.FAKMINCt Box : FARMERS SECTION

y p. meets at 6:30: p. m. of Florida in Short Paragraph J

.'.y.,nr Worship, 8:00: p. m. L.New9 i :; ACIIXIIIKSKK THK; :MOKM.IIV' OK 1OKUTO Conducted by Dl.'mon'4trationlrent"
Meeting, Wednes1 I
m S. TMChers :\ KAl.tI IN lCF.I'Uln'St'RO1 !' Editor: Telegraph. I m I

ft'm: : l'OUNTG";"'S II
lid,"a' ", Prayer service, Wed- ij,i I -- --I II Kindly permit a few commentson I
mu.iHonisTc'lii'RCii. j COLLECTIONS CI' a recent clipping in your paper --- -- -- -- -- -- '
jay ? 00 p. I I :sI' l'.1I lHX I'OU\ I 1'AL.ATKA Two bean marketing -+ 1
TALLAHASSEE- State Beverage entitled< as above.
dm TALLAHASSEE!' First term I sheds equipped with grading .

\\ A, FNNer, Po"..t r I departmen of reported an Increase I prisoners with good prison records machines, weie opened recently in Tobacco-using Is. Inherently amoral RURAL Hints To Housewives \
Kit 1 twenty per cent In liquor I or spiritual problem. The I
will be
the Fb inhume
a School 10 a. m. given special considerationfor < section. Althoughthe ]
tax collections during the first six COMMON SENSEBy :
unJ" whole tenor nf God's Word Is "I\>oyourself
and cot beans.
I1 XX'orship11 a. m. pardons> paroles under< a grading by the
'!iornins months of this year us comparedwith policy announced machines Is five cents no harm." The command"not < Weakly. from hoots Demonstration !
by Governor bumpermore
pll'Mth XVorshlp League---7:15 8: p p.m.m. 1936 the corresponding period' of Cone. Persistent violators won'tget than the cost of per grading by to kill" Is
(wemni;: meeting Wednesday at any consideration, the executive hand, the beans graded< by machines suicide as truly as against homi-

raver -- said.< He called< for a list of so- are selling at from fifteen totwentyflue cide.Life (I-'AKM TO!'KS ARE. : Ol' BOTTLING I'R'ITl'i'E'4' .1 k
01. DEATH W.ltIt.S1'STALLAHASSEEGov. Insurance companies have VXI.I'K TO .. .\ICltUSSU :
b 'nvited to all these servo "forgotten men" who have cents per' bumper mOI'ethan -
'oU11"/ < Cone Fred P. served most of their sentences and< those graded by hand< according learned that habitual users of tobacco ,\ BI'SINKSS: ;! : S Recent research on bottling fruit J

9a signed< death warrants set who have neither relatives friendsnor to County Agent! II K I; West- must die eight or ten )'ellrM10IIJE'r Juices shows that some fruits uroadapted
ting the week of July 19 for electiocutlon than need otherwise be their
pr..,b.v terlan ChurchGeors'e money to employ lawyers to bury. Stealing some other pet sun'sthunder
to home methods of
of Preston McDonaldand fate. A case of real though stow, preservation
H. Lowry Pastor seek clemency for them. Those sometimes gets one In
nel' Waiter XVililams who were suicideTobacco. and others are not 01'anges
Sunday Services: (I convicted of beating Joe Johnson with good records will get consideration !- MARIANNA. W. U.-all. well docs trouble. However among farmers rhubarb, and cranberries ,
not "soothe thenerves
t. 1,0 00 ii m. Sabbath School. Cone srad.1HKK known cattleman of this section the practice of obtaining Information -
of bottled
Jacksonville to death with an against the hartassments of yield J.iices are by I
l.j t about better procures and results -
Morning Worship. .
00 a m. ----- -- 'las asumed his duties '
as president
automobile crank in January 1935.I'IRMT modern life" In the ofpersons methods too complicated for use In
except case of the Is rather to }
14 Vest neighbors
30 p m Young People's ( ( HO: KN of the Jackson. County Livestock first habituated to its the home But for most summer! f.,
use, be) encouraged. This Is the M"I'-
per Service. PAY D.11'JACKSONVILLE OCALA A. J. Roberts Jacksonville Association. following his election fruits, home methods. proved en l'
those who have. first and for a longtime
Pastor. son of farm tours, usually conducted
feravnette by ut
a recent
Police Chief elected organization meeting ( .l't
Duval County I been, it whose' tlrely satisfactory.Mlackbenies.
Service upset by ,I or supervised. by county farm'
Iwet'k : president of the tieie. Other officers include W. K.
budget< commissioners will be Florida Peace Officers nerves have been narcotized< 01 agents, und these tours prove, i iwoithwhilo lute cherries I loganberles. -. ,
nl Mission Study. Anderson ,
I vice-president
; 30 p culled upon to their Association at a meeting County deadened., and plums and yield
Service. approve ownsalaries (initially sn leqiiire to both farmers und grapes r
Player J. XV Malin,
m here. Jacksonville Agent secretary andJ.
9 j30P was chosen
this week for the first time as add tonal slimulalion, mild as the business men easily bottled juices.

jli-, "i oa Baptist Church I in the commission's history. Previously the next elected convention included city.D.Other SS'. officers K. Lambe. treasurer whip ..enlivens starved< horseA I I may land dot think that I urn'l 'I The acid these fiuits contain:
: Sin.
11. Ht'twuj' ( ', Pitttor' serving us an unpaid board Subscriber I makes it to
|R_V. 1- I I farmer Yet I fun possible line pasteurtz
pretty +
, clair Chief of
the recent \ Winter Haven TRENTON: The outlook II
legislature .
S\&o Bible the fOI'1
Servile'every' < .ay granted --- ---- temperatures: which are conslderublv
I five[ members salaries. first vice president; L. M. thin season's hogmal'k..t Is good, nearly always pick tip some spli-n-i) I
lady Services at 3:30 of $100 !
m. :
1/1'') 1. per HAMPTON b'loIht' IlolhngpOint., )1
llock month. Sumner, Railway !Special' Agent and the Gulf Cooperative Marketing I I did Ideas by looking over the work .

ia iflernoon.I I Jacksonville second<.l'ice president' Association expects to I .
hilt t the other farmers A simple method was used.A 1;
I \PT1ST CHCKCIII Gordon Moieheiid, Ocala Sheriff than by
TO a of million
6J1TIII"J.: UKT: $xoo quarter) a ii j
:Mr and lIlI"'t' XVIlder and< small amount tif the fruit was
I [ L. ,1. Donnley, Pa.tor TALLAHASSEE third< vice president; J. E. Mont- dollars worth of peanut-fattened stealing their thunder :
Colin Eng son Richard, and< Mrs. R. I.. XVIlder. mashed I In a kettle, then hell te'I
Iservlce* every first Sunday lish State Superintendent of gomery, Jacksonville, secretary-< hogs during the mUl'k..tlnglellson I'.iislnesM: men, too, ought to be I
Pub .
''. 111''lloIel"s mother" all of just to tin, simmering: point, unit
Sunday, School, 2:30: p. m. lic Instruction, said he treasurer nest fall and< winter 1 I I'pOl.ts Coun in to res led I in making font tours In
expected Orlando: were the\ guests of Mr. stirred, to (prevent, scorching. Leas
I Bible Study and Prayer Services public schools to ---. ty Agent A. S. Laird< A number their counties. They can obtain
receive '
$800 for
I and Mrs. \\ N. Brown juicy fin Its were cooked with n It-(
|cry Saturday nlgHt. each Instruction unit from ::0.1\: I.I.tV1) 4 OTTON of hogs alreudy ale on early feed< and 1 maintain closer contacts with
Roosevelt Hull and sinters; who lie wuter u 'quarter( cup to a
state this UICOUKKS: AICK: llltl.'SG in Gilchrtst County the farmers whose business they
J !st Marls Episcopal Church year. "We have the spent the Fourth with their parents pound of flint and for u longer
Governor's TO IMPKOtK: ; INDI'Ml'III'GAINESVILLE hope' to get or to keep. They can
Jllornini[ piayer and Sermon on assurances he is going Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Hall lelurned time but at no higher temperature.A .
WEST become familiar with the
BEACH 'thepineupple more '
|e IM'ConJ !and fourth Sundays atjam to see the schools get the $"<00 per I to their home In Tampu this rise above 18,"> degrees' F. cause.(
Instruction : !! The marketing season Is in problems facing fntrat'is. and thus
unit cooperative -
he suid. The
Holy Communion Saints sum week. some loss of the fresh-fruit flavor a
will total about $11,500,000.MIMSTKK program of poisoning for boll full swing and It Is expected that will be more sympathetic. And
Iiyj at 10 a. m. Litany and choir The j Juice vvus Htr.unod: through a
Mr. and Mrs Juhn \\ .
weevil and of than dupierand then
roguing to maintain more 4.000 crates will be shipped some day they may want to
lictice every Friday night at 7:30: DIEM- purity of Sea Island cotton is meet- < during the summer County children< of l-'ei nan.Jina. visit ,retire to the farm and they will bein heavy jelly bag.: ". p 3 J

m. !1..1 ('dt1'S.! Napier's patents Mr. and Sugar helped to retuln color and I Iimpioveil 4
FERNANDINA. The Rev William Ing with success throughout the Agent M. N. Mounts says that a better position lo make a go
( Mrs. XV. N. Brown. I the flavor of ,
belt f some JUIe"14hilt
( hrlotlsn Church E. Moreau. pastor of the Fcr- according to reports reaching three solid cars have moved from funning.The

iFtrvicf- the Christian Church I' nan<.lonu Church drowned< after the State Agricultuial Extension I Boynton. the fits time pineapples' Mr. 1111II'S.) El vie Smith, of county agent: recently t led,t a was not nec-essiuy lo preservethem.

lory' Sunday morning and, evening saving the life of his lIeven.a'01 .- Service The project is a joint one have moved In 'uloa.1 quantities Still ke attended< pleaching at Sump: of us fainuMS and( businessmen (test results were ohtalne.l."h'n ,

i eleven ant seven o'clock tespechuiCish't <.1 daughter, Maigaret. The mln- between the WPA and the Extension I from, this area I in several yen is Hampton lust Sunday eveningAVvJr on u lour of some ileiiioiisltn- sugar was used by adding
I Service, and I -- .- .-- Just befoie reheating the juice for
ely j later his wife and three children poison was I tills Icing conducted on farms" In

I were on a holiday fishing trip at plied by the State ARCADIA Local seed" houses Rf j'BR the r'oullly'e miw that coin fo lowing l- I"UhllgIInol> stli ling until well .dii

I..iU, Baptist t t'hiirch |I the St. Mary's river They cast Agriculture sllP-r report the biggest aal"s! of leguminous f'II'o'htooul'I'! | | I l'tll'I'p".ollh'IIL| intel' covetcrops riiiiken a lettlvcl.,I.The
Ri-v. (van Bohannan. Pastor I their lines from a small jetly near County agents t report that seeds In the hi"lory of theI mach better yield t than coin' glowing : stunned! and sweetened, Juico I

I Pri-ii" in? services every fourth I Il.nd.iv Fort Clinch. growers poisoned, with sweetenedsimp < county, says County Agent I.:. H I Sir and Mrs M F \\' ggill" where no winter cover props was I lehealed to the I simmering

30 o'clock A. M. i ---- -.--- early in the season to kill boll Vance Fill m.'s, anxious to 1 irn- I were business, visitors In Hta I had been grown.; We saw< also that point pouted l into hot steiilize-1

TO :NKKK; ITMISTALLAHASSEE : weevils emerging from hibel'natlunl piove the fertility of then. soils, Hlltunl.I)'. k"l < "I'll on col'taIn soils whetit Is bathos! or /glass jirs. sealed an 1

I An ali-F'lori- und t that I recently practically all touted I 1 lo bl'gglll'W'l, cow peas, Wayne Hazen und Lor tile Adams I :.louHod, with "white hud" makes( pun t'Hseil our ten minutes ut the

ila advertising committee sponsored fields have been rogued I of ull short und velvet beans when the supply of' Jacksonville, are vistllng Mr. lid It'" i growth MILI 1 ;yields, h'n tt ti'i- simmering/ I pointThe y

BOB JONES < by the State Chamber of Commerce staple plants. It is hoped in thismanner of ciotularia was exhausted. j and Mis G.V.. And tewsMr Uli/eil.. with small amounts of zinc bottles must he sealed tight

plans to seek tiO,000 to $75- to make the rejuvenatedindustry < !i Aiuurul 100 acres of sesbuniu Is and< 1\1 rs. J. O. MOl "' "noJ of sulfate. hofoie they me .processed.. Dip the

1 (Comments On Here 000 from subscriptions and contributions a profitable one by main- being tiled< on pruiiie land which Jacksonville/ and Mrs. Moreland's< XX'e saw that peanuts plintei.thick crown Ijottlv raps In boding water t

to advertise< the state. taming quality of staple, purity of is normally wet dm ing the rainy I parents Mr und Mr>l. 0, \\'. Andrews In the lows. with the tow'slove and, udjiist" al once, on the bottles

And Hereafter Governor Cone said he had accepted >seed und high production I souson.i were visiting, Mr. and Sirs together, give prospect' of lee by means of bottle Clipper Clumpi

chairmanship of the committeeand At Mayo the Lafayette. County :'i, ed--to -be held-at-the Unlveisity-of i Hob Andrews 1 in Miami Us< W..k.j I tinnlng greater, yields tluin those on glass juts are left up. The jars

I The world is filled with move- < had conferred< with two officers Sea Island Cotton Giowets' Asso1elation ''' Florida.. August 5. at which tune : Mis Oden Thomas of planted thinner. \\' saw the value or bottles should l he placed on a

l nts. These movements seem to [ of state chamber about plans I was organized, recently according I..seul'l'h01 k under in dairying fin. is spending, this week here.Mis. of n grind bull In Impiovtng range; rack or folded towel In the water

1 different and In many cases op. for raising the sum. to a report from County ]] will be pointed out way, und I exults M. J J. Supp. und children 1(' cattle, because half-bleed c'alves' bath and should not be crowded.

sod to each other. However, it ----._. -- Agent Dewey "" 'II I'd. The association [ i I accomplished will be explained. spent the weekend in Biookerwilh weie beating the scrubs all hollow.We The water should come at least R ,

I interesting to note that all these WANTS TO1.1' has received a loan from the j I I The annual Citrus Growers' Institute Mrs. G W. Supp.Mrs. Maw that it In possible to maiiituiri two Inches. over I the tops[ After l

lift-rent[[ movements agree about SARASOTA Clifford Culver ly, Resettlement Administration to es-I|: at Camp McQuaiiie! in the lien Thomas anti f DoiothySapp good 1 pastille ( now 1 Is u K''I' ) ten minutes, remove the bottles or

,roe thing Fhst they seem to I aged 69 plans walking the tight tablisd u gin for the long staple I I' .hal.i: :National: Forest is tenta- I: spent the week-end with Miss lime to st.ui. them) and suve tin Jars uud l cool

nve the .!s that man has inherit tope across Niagara Falls again on crop in Mayo. lively scheduled for August 30 to "Ethel VVel-th of Lake Muller. teed.. 1 bills, XXV saw the lesults, oft| If the bullies me corked, dip the

In hlmwlf ill he needs to sue October 12 provided American and< Work" if reconditioning a gin at !|j :September:; 3. This event I la, sponsored Cat I Wynn of Council l l Ga was, u different fertilizer piuclii'i'S 1 nnJ cork and top, on the bottle in .s-nil! i

|iej, Se mi they seem to believe I fanudian' .. authorities will permit Staff ke Is under way with funds oh- < by the Luke County Hoitl- business i visitor here Saturday_ ,ill,t an hleu as to vvliii me! best for liquid i pin to fin or sealing wax I ,
"ii n n ad' the proper envlTii ,it. He picked< thut date because it I tainted from the same; source, ee- i!1 jultunil Socii-ty' and.
11 'iid' solve all his prob- I will\ be the 45th anniversiy of his poi ts County Agent T. K. McClane. !'' TOO to 800( nn n and women vlsitoisi olhets of Interest weie" shown us canned II Hit Future In a cool dark[ .

I they seem to have first crossing. It will be his eighth I Jr. The Bradford County Cotton i- 3.11 I Theie will be a lemetery workij. on Ills farm tour dry place ;+

at giwil. They ate en. I time to span the big gorge on a I Irrifji..venu'ttt A"."". ,..lIolI was The Kx: 'm-i ,m Service explains '.- nl New Uivi'i' ceweteiy on'', W'hc-ii litmats' agentii ysI

make man Into "a i rope, if he does It. On July I. IS'W.! toi.iu'l I : I t", < tn'Jy I'oi the princlpil i bin, RIInI'l or farm women in\ \ August; I 1\1\7! :\ Kvery: i ib,I v mi hut Mud 'LI i nie along w lid) tier you rue u f,at m 'r n,
nristitin who knows i lie did It at night. "u 1. 'jjojf i Weeping the Sf.ibrnokSii a101' o I. Invited lu at t r.u pn'ti"' iin'' ti,. wn, 'k and I ICI we are going for n farm tour Iy> luc!!.. nun You'll f : i r'' II qtn

ws that (limn left to '.,iin of !-ea Islumi! cotton life of tend anv > o 'ihoce events iii),' I I >w 1 UK HUM. Join the prix easiun. won Um hale

1 ut nod I It bound to : IEa; IiI )l'l'' MKIIJACKSONX'ILLE : : I ontunuruition. Russell H. Green, .

I' mot be saved, by his A I' .11 1 1 I is, )pre-iidtnt, Jamea Roller isvicepiesident
convention : '
-n Adam and Eve biu- I ;and< !Mi McClunu isseeretar'ytreaaurer 1
I iviuuon! to the :National IMUoil.il, 1I
"( their environment. .
'.' 'I, fcocuition will be eUdv,\ I t. __ h'_ eF.t'tIIR' _. ._ __
Adam to become like! I mute than COO rmmbeis of the >t a I'-
'-'I'' his etiort to become I 01'1 :! 1'ltI.1): l II.' 'IANI ...
animation i by Brady Johnson
MI J'.I : > I Sll1'l"IIo1:10;: : )9
sinner and
a ger of Jacksonville's' tourist ,
('k't human Tile !"('HE1)1'LED; I.N :I.\TK:
race. :onventlon bureau who left last
| ily hope n. man Is the regenerate night on a tour Including attend- I'1
tg;: gnu i.>d Gad: brought by the GAINESVILLE: : : A number of 1
more ut the 1937 session< In Detroit
Pi'ily{ Ghost into an unregenerated V'KI( days and institutes are scheduled a
July Johnson will contact
.e,4, ) for Florida farmers during the
'('onvenllon./l)ind. <.I" organizations
next two months, It Is IInnolln.dI :
i lad leave Jacksonville publicity f'r 4
I the State Agricultural Extension
Recently the writer heard a min booklets with them. I I Service.

ht ter preach l against !I --_._ __ --
worldly | Tile annual ruim and Home institute -
amusements OXX.MCKSIIIP! ('II.\S..t; "CHEVROLET
mentioned two or :
at the West Florida< 1-H
three things which "high society" KISSIMMEE The Kissimmee I Club Camp on Choctawhxtchee ,
1'1'01.le'' | do The minister's Gazette: announced it has relln- 'c.,1'I1\.0\.11 USES LESS "CHE\fROLE\ .
concep- Cay is to he held July 22 and l 23.
!Ion of the world. was just those (U.-shed; ownership and< publication I An Interesting and informative \.f,55 T \

tllmg" he mentioned. What 1 is> the of the St., Cloud News. The Ga- program foi this, event Is in themaking USES OIL11Torode REQUIRES

orld We have the material xette a weekly paper took overhe LESS
and it Is expected that Sit
world' which God made. I :mean the St. Cloud weekly several more than SOO farmers and fat'rI) Gp Sf..R\flCE"\ *h

"11th We months ago. The announcement i!
have the world of mane I women will attend. District Agents ,, -
kind/ Then today said publication of the News I ;
we have the organized J. Le Smith and< Miss Ruby Me-

'<>r.d John said "Love not the passes Into the hands of a groupof I'I David are In charge of arrange-I( "
orM/ The St. Cloud< citizens. The St.
word for world| here ments
''s Cloud News started five
'co-mos It means woild< sys- years A general farm field< day will beheld
!il'm It Is a little shocking to real. igi The Tribune, another weeky '' at Gainesville July 20 when I IInterested I

1Zi it. but Is published also at St. Cloud
John was really talking < fa.mere will visit Experiment a
about .t was started In 1909. :
ciVIlization.'e have worlds Station test plots live- -

The Within worlds The world of music. do not belong In those lands. 'I hey ;' stock barns and other points ,

world of art. The world of /ate there just temporarily. XV'e | where Illfol million can be obtained. I

business! The world of politics. Christians patronize banks, ride on i A similar event Is scheduled< for the I II

Many other worlds. .John said "Do trains buy automobiles and mingle I following day at Quincy.

1\111 Dot l love the organized world." It with the world's people, but we A field day for dairymen is slat I I r

rasa away That la what has -,- -
been are always conscious that we are .
JOhn'lI happening The world of not at home. We are on our jour- I Ze e e .on.e.tlto.l. IrttiS T..u..o.r.rtun

day crumbled Into ruins. icy to our own land. We have a Watch Your 01101111Be

Dlslntpgrst\on\ seems to have atariin ',oul
that in modern clvllzatlon.\ It aeema In the hea'ens.'e must bourteous Kidneys, .

this world- that Is. this or- and kind and patient in Wise
"''"11 U< Help Diem CInw the Blood 10tIl
The ln. H going to puss ill of our transactions, but we I .Harmful Body flute [

nun only man who Is safe AWIlY'j must not settle clown to live the Your kldnoy Ira rmt'tntlf ((ll'sr'ntwtflt ETJC'lFV"O
who does the will of .matt from rh. bluo-l ctrram. M..' I
of p00-
lives unconverted worldly
ChrIStian kiilni y, oin*' inn.t tat In t her "o.k-oI- } eH
In who keeps step with God pie. Let's lemernbor who we are.. not art im Natur int.nd<..l.-full to r*.-
ll" ml 1st of his will live 1 move linpuHtiM. ,tint If '.'.'00.1. mrnfByntiim
age I .
(rn''r 'h. and uptt lh bole
and ever. I I 111':, !SCIIKIll'I.KSouthbound cooa m.ehm.ry.
I Symptom ma' b. lit,""Inr r>.rlr.."., I d
pnH.tnt h_ ""''is did not pray that Christian, No. 203Due Starke :3:13: p m (.trine up night' a*.Ilmr' p'jifnf4, lylf a pjy'TNT
; under tb. .yeCosting, of nttrvnu I
woi'limight;' be taken out of the I j \No. :i07:: Due Starke 11'.13 p m aniiifitjr, and l I"... of .pwp and itroniifi.Hh i Gp p 'S
\0": I lie prayer| thut Christians I ;No. 203-,Due Ftarke. 12:13: pan < i'lnj' of lti'lny or. bi* .
Light' Arder m'y b nurnir>.s, /ty or too L
''e kept from the evil in the| ;No. 201-Due Starke 10-20: a.mNorthbound fr iu.nt urination.. i I
\or u i j Tb.r.ihuulit b..no doubt that prompttmatm.nt FT ttorox DIy1910V. h./ t/,... Nln I wMMIM.
are not at hom..1 )I. *itr than nuviMH I.J.
were i I"aranlr! LIIt.IIlG14: .
Our conversation ( literally. :To. 202Due Stirke I'-V: pro Dana P.II.. Da.. a b... been wnnt'i I
n'fl'' a.w frt xU for nior than Lute /
- liti'etlhlp") is In heaven. j No. 204. "Due Starke 4:15: p.m. They.. bass n.to*. ..-wid.t fput.tititAn .
:'hrihtiuns Starke 9:13: nMtiMiDMKUfJ by r.atlulp.n p,. iaDOANS .
tens are pilgrims and! slran- No. 206-Due p.m.'NO. .ouatry..sr .4U N:r.o.bbrt Chevrolet Co.

Face They use the world. They 208-Due Starke 3.33am:

toAmericans traveling\ In No. 214-Due Starke 8.05 am. PILLS
" '*3 countries use the convene(1 i Starke Eu; Agent : Beasle>"f STARKE FLORIDA

'ncPI 11 of foreign countries but they 1(I Service Station opposite court- ,


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STARKE-LAKE: BtTIEllKKfI ers for each district! was found In would have to
r'' ; County Telegraph TOO LATE > OVER C Ol'RTHOVSE! tht'ne minutes. The form of govrnmeit year The only be fOllo\\'l"1\ n,

: From Other Pens II III ln<1'!'"ated in these records ment for the twelve pOSHlblp am!, SU .I

Established:", I 177!! TO CLASSIFY (Continued from'Pagre One) Is that of a so-called "Board" or cent would have to '*? ,tat po.
-. ?' :
-. "Boari of County Commissioners from county mlllaKe *I\o
I record books supplies five In number. evidently appointed state race II (rorn 'I
buying new track ,
S ? MEMBER=: I a, nvniF.l.l.!! Ktbrrrrlnrr. I ItlltTHOM HHtt:1'I\oiS: : funt
r I jlln.. office furniture'wa... considered. by the Governor! of the Stale.
Florida' Pre. A..n.I Once again I have the pleasureof Mr.\ Grlffls Bud, Nm
VLORIDA PRESS ASSOCA11ONV! AA I wishing my good friend the Rented quarters for court purposes In 1921, all that portion ot Bradford a definite proposltlm. tidY t j,
until ? ,
were used in Starke County lying west of New sented to he '
Honorable Eugene M. Matthews a bus diivets
This Is the season of the year it In., V
etu'z.k 2' tc a I I valuable member of the Florida February 1878 occupying the upper River was Incorporated as Union lar meeting of the boar"'
I when, thousands of folks who swelter school :
I of the Tom Hemingway
Railroad Commission for many story County. by an Act of the Legislature August. Until *
and sizzle under the blisteringsun I 'I building (rebuilt) and now the Ca- then! lh, boaN '
l'ul>li>hed Weekly em Fridays< and Entered as Second Class: / In the north and middle west years u very happy birthday and nova Pharmacy I quested drlvois to 'OllnUe L,
end of the --- routes
I know that from one as usual whet,
:Matter at the I'o-t Office at Starke, Florida console themselves with I the state to the other. the friends of On February 4, 1878 a bill of NKVV: SCHKDI'I.K: : 0!" 1 KAC'IIKU: already open Mr schOOla "
thought that it might be worse and this gentleman will join complaint was drawn by the County 1'\\' SKEMS: .\o: SI'UtU tending (iufla( I
; sterling : a meeting "I lperi'dents
moppin' their fevered brows say before '
__ __ _Editor and Owner, me in the felicitations Commissioners und brought ut
E. L. Matthews "Geflth"I Camp Rtoev5i- ,
this Imagine
1L terrible heat the of the Fourth Jtnllcial, \)110,
Matthews as he Is known 1'I Judge (Continue'! from rnje One which transpoitutloti, 1 ;
the poor devils down in FLOKI the election held p, t Ilieotna ,
Couit claiming
lends, has served his slate i being
many discussed!
Hl'B-l'HU'TIOX: KATE I I IDA. In many capacities. In the Span- January IS 1875. whereby :Ktiuke::; only for teachers' and bus dt..Ivers1 --- .
Mrnth75c; I'.i, able in Advance I They Just cant seem to get It commanded'u was declared the county seat of : Halailes. The new salary sched- -
Yearly. t.fHh;\ : ,( ; > Hli-Ameilcaii war he 1II.t: 1f.Us ('UI! 1.11
| through their heads that heat and I Bradford County, to be l Illegal as aportion ule, a9 iidopted by the Bradford 'il I \hE;
of the Floilda MONEYirli
.\d\ ertisin.r; Hates on Application I humidity are one thing and sunshine I Uuaul company from his home NutiOnal/I j of the votes cast could not County Teachers' Aiwoclatlon and \MI.]) I'I.\

Is somethtn' else. They have be located for the canvuss. the school
has served his county of Bradford approved by county (Continued Kiom; .
been taught to think of Florida, asa I Another election wall held In board with the that it Pngl;" One) I
Till: STATE TAKES A LIFE: lloJ a. member of the legislature and go II
I' land of warmth and sunshine and I February, 1878. which resulted In into effect this if I
had the honor of being chosen as ; ;year necessatyfunds about one pound. Th ,,
It is an awe-impiiinjf sight: to see! the State take the life conclude that since we enjoy! a speaker of, the house of teprescnta- II Statke receiving 389 votes and were available, provides for lire shipped in burlap II''J,ka'

of for having taken the life of others. It is a wonderful mild climate la winter It mustnaturally tlves without opposition. He win Lake Butler. 398 votes. and LakeflutIst' I: un expenditure of $56,376 for white machine pussed, bales has ,r I
a man follow that our summer I by a majority of only nine i
for lpachel'lI.or ,
j innr>tntil It member of the Railroad und 1 $11,400 colored
to watch the inexorable workings of this lifeless.! unbearable The University KN,, ,.
thing me ; Cornmlssioby. Covet: nor votes, again became the county a total( of $07.776 for till teachers \p",1I'I '
i,. *sinnlHss; thin!: called the :State: -to see' its agents mere hu- I They lose sight of the fact thai CaiyV. Hardee to fill a vacancy In I seat of Dr.idford, County. 'during the 1037-3s term. l U lion: says the and demand. rOt 1 1l lh....,

mari Ijeinjrperform their minute duties each one bringing I the sine Gulf Stream that tem- 1021 and he has been lepe.iledly teelrcfed -I On July 2, 1878. a meeting of the If tinly twelve and u half per rf good steady quality Uepem,le.-u
fMr clof-er\ to death! thc! ,man who has )proved himself unfit peis our atnio-pheie. In winter to fill this, position | commlssloneis was held for the I cent or $0,6(>f>, goes! for transportation a market every yemDr. uj, ,
a step : inI
I plays an equally) lmi>oitant part Hn friends have on ma fly. ixCfiilons I put'pose of leceivlng and cun ldel'- It will lea\e a lemilnder! of I
to live among his Ct-UA\s.! Tl} e man who is to die takes his I I maintaining nn even temperature !'! endeavored to pei.su.ide thisI | ing bills f.ol'the erection of a cuun- fhS.lJI( for f.toarh.t.'I'S:; Balailes B. V. ChrlHter, inst9I ,! ,

fate calmly. There' i in no ned to fight: against the inevitable.And heie throughout the summer. They I "lUlst.incline: KlovUhari, to. become a I t. courthouse and jail in Luke But.Iltl' slightly moie: than required by theadoptil I I at. the University .11 1-ioiUa, ]
; also overlook the work of the MisI candidate fur the office of I The touitliouhe vvus. built al u one romrnetclij nit
automatically Iovee'nOI' schedule
their. I
; the agents; of the state carry out parts: I Iter Archil ect in providing us withall' 1 ,. pit-fits. Fbi tIzi, _
but illS hau lit all:! times suggested } .t of $8S3 ansi the Jail for $H5. I {
and without hesitatlun. It never (occurs to them to question natural conditions, cooling:'I that some* other ftieii'l I At an election held August 17, In fijjijuklng to the bui dUvitsWeJnwiJsiy Ihnt flora .some
t ; (or to IC Itise to obey the orders: of this powerfulilcnt: ]I I showers and friendly gulf and would fill the elf!lie better To '..'f'
brought about by man for the piotection of I ocean bieews thut vseep across' I LilllI statement all his lends haveobjected I' us to which town was to be the I lent und better cob '
t force that wus ], to comply with the eta: tob.nrda -' _
I the state almost constantly. -
) but "Gene1 Matthews has 'oounly seat) Starke received 590 .
I it7J man. I And the thing that makes me always stood fit in. You know 1 votes. Lake Butler :5o7.: 'and LuuteyHernteeii I Instructlonti' t th(' t"'f''re mid a halt peirontHa i I __
I I It is impossible: : not to feel some sort: ot'einotioii, h however I I hotter than the heat wave U the I Gene Matthew for many years uttd. Stail.o, having atnajotlty '
; ; IJ official hal w.nned lil.i
What Is Irid
I I an IUui ,
for the who comes: into fact that no matter how hard you sats ,a newspapei'man. and when I of thirty-five votes was i mi,
I remotely akin to sympathy; man tl-Ht \vs v.111 vvlUihoUl vir moneyIf "three"
tI Y to explain or how much indisputable use thai woiil I use it advisedly | theit1>y declared! the seat of Brad- ;' mt-n at the < ,n StCollege
with his life for crime committed 'Oldon't comply with the' law. I
*I' a crowded: little room to pay a evidence you present' weiivciage lor this distinguished gentleman I!j I foul County again and bus so ie- I attempted an an<"

against :society. But those foolish enough to be carried bird who has never been I I knows all about the newspaper i j jciaft I mameil until this day. gets Monthly to( see Inspection that instructions of, county bud-are. 'Each' confessing that his cone,

by their emotions and wish to intercede in behalf of here In summer just naturally from "title king" type as was i The Red Man's Hall was used asa j' promised s'on were based: on his own f r,1te" ,
away I II : beIng: wall by
wont believe a word you say. the custom in the old days to the I court house and the commissioners I "ilence with one wife and t
should review the events that broughtthe Stale Superintendent Cohn Kngllsh
the !\ gruesome can Imagine just what our most modem customs and appli- ', held the first meeting there children they recently fomlwtepnnel '

criminal to his: fate. They would then realize that there folks at the Florida Exhibit In 'I' uncis. Some years ago he turned September 5, 1887. This propertywas at Mi.a MffU:meeting snid.in Oca'4 this week. I,i discussIon. and presented

is nothing unreasonable about the State's demand for a life- Cleveland are going through right the helm of his newspaper over to II I acquired! by the County In June a result these specifications
I i' .;1; now to- convince skeptical !ills Son but I will! w.iger any rea I 1891. This building was later The Brudfoul l SUperb tenzIeit 1. The Ideal family man uome
f. is the interpretation in its! ultimate form of the trying .
; that it only [ 110.0: si.1! that the sUite Meppitment of his time for hU
sonable I fimil\
amount that
: CleveUindeis that Florida is a I this "old cs u City Hall t\Jr.Starke and
j 1, ; 1 I''! ancient code of "an eye for an eye. and u tooth for a tooth." much more desuable place to live timer" sneaks over to the newspaper was demolisn.! ,! In,\D.J-i: in order to Is planning to send employt'elll quality time whether It is (Ions

: j "!j The execution of :Mark Powell at the State Farm early right now than Ohio. I office every time he goes home I build the rie enl ,City Hull ns a into every Florida county this fall qudntity or nol
,I just to get a little news Ink on his WPA project. to consolidate and le-mcp bus I I 2. He Is tm.-lf:.' <0
r 'Ii"" Monday( morning\ \vas the first time we had ever, !seen a man They can point out the fact that toutes wherever found to
I they are spect the wishes of Hit ,
:fingers just for old times' sake. "i'i i u
y u pay for crime with death. No "bloodthirstiness": or morbid not one single death or heat pIOS.I i| Floild!* State News. July 9. i I The ple. ent courthouse built on be extravagant and a burden on family whether on irhe o'
Kite and
tuition I 1'4 leconled in Flotida and II.n.'Yo' occupying an entire
i isit hut rather desire to watch the | I the county."I selection of a radio
I curiosity prompted) OUI' \ : a I ih.it such fatalities are unknown -- -- .. _. block at the Intersection of ptogium
J State it went about its: unpleasant: duty elf f taking I I Call and Temple Streets guess we've just hauled too 3 He i Is even-tempered enoi
,- as: away I lele. They can compare temper- LAVTEYit. \ was con much," Mr. Gilfflt said as he told so that he at least refrains ft

life. It is: the opinion of Sheriff Oscar Andieu that "e\eiy future leadings in various cities J. 1''lIlIpo.' _t....rre.p..a4rntMIIU.I tuctcd in 1902 and a new annex I cf a recent instance where a mother getting "mad' at the - I added In 1936.
; young man should see: an execution one time before )l.e Ito ougisout the country to prove i,1 >. Schools.-. Knju; ( I'lrnlr"Hie was had requested that a bus go out wife does.
the advantage 'lul'lda enjoys but : The ,destitution of the first of its ,
I local churches way and "turn around light 4. He keeps up with the wot,
:- reaches maturity. Whether or not you agree with him i is a all to no until. went togeth-, com'tlionses and lecoicls make it in front of In
my gate" order to both as to current events and
Wednesday and gave a Sunday mo
ft I I f 1 mutter of personal opinion. There is 110 (doubt. however, that No mutter uh.it you say it is accepted ,.. School picnic at Strickland a landing Impossible to state positively the pick 141 her childien The state ern thought.

> !'Is : it would go far toward instilling a genuine fear of the law and I as Just so much hooey and j. at Kingsley Lake. It was es- ; first", foim of government und Its law provMe\ that children shall 5. And a most mpor:,,

a "respect for the rights of others. you might as well try and convince f! limiited' that about three hundred first official acts. However In the walk two miles If necessary to characteristic- hall ,. sene
I:1 them that white is black. eat heat .records available. October meet bus trunk lines. .
I wets present and all enjoyed the I humor.-The ProgiessUe Farm-
I- ;:i ; i --0 I I'm ccmtendin' it don't get hot In i outing slid at noon time the ladies i 0. Ife71. minutes of the county Consul' id,i lion of routes with attendant -....

, ; : : AS KXPKCTIM; THE NEW LAW LANDS IN COURT Flotilla, It does every so often the ,I.mn of the two churches served a bountiful commissioner are recorded. An eduction In the number of According to some eye open
beats down and for nn hour or dinner. older for the division of the county diiveis, or Uimlic salary cuts Ista. within the next fifty yeas

; t t Already the courts have knocked in the head any hopes two we may be downright uncom-l I into seven toad districts and the seemed Inevitable us the superintendent less eight people out of every t tt

:. j that owners of delinquent tux lands might have entertained tot table. but It 1 Is a different kind I Iof ('It'un-l'p \\ck appointment of road commission. outlined the policy that will be wearing spectacle

t: : .<:' as to the redemption of the property at public auction. Following a heit from that experienced in Mayor \V. F. Moore has been requested -
the not th and' v.estlhat settlor .
t, s', ,I1 adverse rulings: in two circuit courts! Comptroller J. do'n on you like a blanket and the near to fuluter set a when clean-up all week proper.In I

, k'f. M. Lee this week wired all counties to halt the !sale of tax certificates siiiulheu you fur duys at a time ty owners wll be asked to clean up

:: lit under the provisions i: of the new law. ,, with no let up day or night. i i L.their.. piopeity _und. cut.. all .,weeds. ,
: I dun t know whether you've no- in JIg city. ine city win cooperate -
, County officialgenerally and private citi/.ens
. many I ticccl it 01 not. but hate in Flotldii.j in this movement and it
; J "t especially: those who have Kept their taxes! paid( up! to date- i I no matter how hot it may be out in 1 lis hoped that it will he a succe.ssPu OHNt

(con Iikr the law a bad([ one. It i is; not only unfair to the man the sun. if you get in the shade of
| a 11'ei' or \en a telephone' role you > ( it} TUIPH
wlu has, Iwn
i > IIIt'inghis taxes right along they say. but it
i always find it several, degree* cool- City Tax Collector O. J. Phillips;
; j; will I la\e the had moral effect of encouraging others in the
; i : I <-i. Then the nights are generally advises all property owners to save

lion payment of taxes: in the belief! that if they wait t loiiij I cool, just as soon lUll the sun goes extra expense in the settlement oftheir

l | f 1 enough} t the legislature will pass a law I'elit.'ingtht..m of' their I down it HtatN to< cool off und many I II I 1936 taxes by payIng up now. bY14 I & SON
, I times bcfnie mom in' a guy is apt as the adveitHed' list will be published
oh'igat On the other hand blame
- 0)115. no one can a propertymruT ,I to get up and K1' piowlin' around soon and those not paying !

< (for jumping at the opportunity writing off his ilelimiuent tryln' to find a blanket. before! that time will have this ad). : _

I ( taxes for a few dollars as long! as it is legal to do so. Yesterday! i Is u good example. I ed expense to pay. -
- stood out in the sun tryln' to fool u I
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c
' j When the new law finally reaches the Supreme Court no I fish with a castin' rod and a wooden Pernoualt MUSTARD Quarts IOcWH'it

4. one Knows, of course, whether it will be held constitutional or minnow over at Bradenturi! I Miss Luela Tatum of DeLand '
Bench I gathered in an fine waa visiting relatives/ here this I .E
not. At least: one writer, Walter F. Fuller, of the Economic week. C1KAI.V SKI.F-IIISINO
of sunburn as could ask
I News Service. St. Petersburg, believes that it will be upheld. 10,', and anyone MIs. James U. Godwin
it wall BO' cockeyed hot for of the RICE 5 Lbs. 22c
24 Lk
I He says : "It is true that one circuit judge in Palm Beach a couple of hours I wua wringin State Farm was a visitor here

I County has granted a temporary injunction. But the Supreme wet from perspiration, but there Tuesday.
wus non of that depressive feelin I I J. H. Moore was transacting buaI -
Court will uphold the law. The court has I
il already ruled Incus In Gainesville BANANAS
iou get from a hot day up country Tuesday. 4 Ibs. 15c
that at the end of two years the state and county own the I i Miss Elizabeth Hlummer return-

t, land and can dispose! of that land as they see fit. Several Then along about six at night aj eli to her home here Sunday from --- .- -. -
thunder shower cume blowln' in off Uvthaii Ali.. where else has been
members of the Supreme Court privately examined and opin- the Gulf and the wind with It was I j I! vlaUlug/ lelutivcD.. 3 Lbs. Yellow 10 Lbs. IrishPOTATOES

ioned'on this I law, before it was introduced in the legislature." actually cold an hour's hard rain I t L::. ki. Whitclieud, Billy Pluuiiuer

1. Whether or not :Mr. Fuller is correct in his conclusion, lollowed" and it was so cool for thai I I unit l VJucJt. !, \II"tn'! are vMltlnj!t! rel.tl. !:.- ONIONSilk 20c(

I' eat of the night that I was gladto .t'l itt t,'11'lhl.i ,n All.i OH this
only time wilr tell. In the meanwhile, county officials: bond have ..1 cover. week. Nice FatHENS

: i dealers, and taxpayers all watch developments with bated You call go runnin' oft som.vliere *- Mis .Mil.lied Pliillipi ot 1"h"l ell-t ls,4 j j Nice FatFRYERS

I breath. else for your vacation if you la vlsillmf 'lace tillS A'SCH.ill. Lb. 16c

want to. but I've tried it several and Mta. B. K.Jui.caoflvllle lediits: : !. o.: Lb. 22c
-- times and have learned that when : wee, vltit.n! ,; hero
." MORE GOOD LUCK FOR FERNANDINA it comes to Sou?' ,Inv.Mr .
I .;. real comfort and plea- ; We Dress Your
II SlitS there's no place like Florida F. R. Carradine woo baa ; Chickens For You
There is anold that :
:saying nothing succeeds like
success. and with all our charming beaches been upanduij. Uiu j...ai IWO .*.1'"....> _
I and apparently it'r fs also true that nothing prospers like pros !'alien an-l pleasure esorts a fellow in Jr...!,onl', e und other eastern vit-: 3 Large Pktrs.MATCHES 3 Pkgs.

l>perity. Scarcely had Fcrnandina stopped congratulating it- .:'iin have a whale of a vacation las, returned to her home hei e Frl- .

.sclf over establishment there of u $6.000,000 Kraft without leavtn' the state. day.H.. ,I : lOc SALT lOc
paper You can pack the family In the D. Randall of Cincinnati O., | ,
._ mill than came the announcement of a second $6.000,000 car and start out In most any di- Wits business visitor. here tile I

plant for the manufacture of wood pulp from southern pine. i ect Ion and find plenty of entertainment first of the week looking after his I -- -- -

The second mill is being constructed by the Ranier Pulp and particular regardless taste may of what be. Why your f property.m.oilng anti Mr.lIvestock Randall raiting I lit doing hereon I ROUND STEAK Lb. 17c HAMBURGER Lb. 12cSwift's

4 Paper, Company of Seattle Wash. tInt you take my advice and "StutFlorida a large mrnun.l\ ... .*..eiv dnAB_ .

i We refoicTe f with this small 'northwest. Florida. town over First this summer." --- I dent wlii 'rit'd t.IJt; t ;t"exactly Large Sweet

t ; : what he Is doing for thIs I Circle
its jfood luck. There is in
no envy our congratulation for we "
><.' ectlon.UH ;
ntn: 4Pr.wi'rio'IhR

: realize that Fernandina possessed the ideal set-up for large ).........'Hill" ItIl5s'II.. :IM.II": AJ.i Dlnklna of Jackson.villa : MIXED PICKLES. 17c] PICNIC HAMS Lb. 23c

rpf, industries, including the water transportation that is such a .Nr: >T"'l' : 'IS HlilKHV l: Ill \ lV.: Tliilf, i III t.tng': ri'Utivea here tills J
W. If "",lth. hi>l"lvr of Tn, CVrtlflintf week. "
I i necessary: element. We are glad to see the mills established :N". I <. IH-.II>!) II hi. GIlt.| illy lIt j TUXEDO FEEDS
Aucimt. A. D mi.! hn. riloil san,. I In --- -
I there and we expect to share in the prosperity that will soon. t"I'1I inv, iifriii I.,.". ilxoil mill. ht to.h.miido Imiiird apl.II'al/"n| Ihrronn./ NOTIt;K QUALITY AT LOW COST

envelop that area. It will take millions! of pine trees to feed 511.1' rirlirii-ii<. rtnhruri-i Ito. follow. Notice Is hereby given that theEodnl We Have
4 : hue, .1..11.,1 "prf.pntv, In I tli I County nt a Complete Line of Feeds For All' Purposes
those mills and County Commissioner. of
: County has millions! of trem to of tirinlfnril. Kinif .,f l'lortla" tow -

111.!! I I t It:o.\\.t: NCI:', <4....1/.11/ H Town. Bradford County Florida will hold 124 r Tuxedo
u In '
meeting the
..hiI'I T County Commissioner
I iinn
I si 1 iiitMt.: EGG
--0 ritiitttlnlntr, I t 4 fl ArieH. nintf* or Room In the County CourtHouse I
I I IPMHTl ....... at 10 00 o'clock MASH 3.0C i DAIRY) FEED. 2.50
We've often wondered why they put short( pants on a'I'I lie i Miid" ,II' ..r I lh. >a ihi I 1 |I'nn'''.r- II m. on
HI tiinilrr the xiiIII rcrllflru'n I i lnHUeiln August 2ivl,, A. D. 1937 for the I
man when: he goes to before the i W'M ,:I I Iitot: In. nfv I. I n-awr of Cincy
appear king. Hut I put pose hearing
, we sup-i I I'Mlmralil. rei-tiriciito I ; ahull I I IIH' rvilioitKil complaints CincySCRATCH

. pose that after all a king has to get a |ittl fun out of life. .I fflv., t th. Murltunt l 1011t,1. At thi. cntirt ivr Person Property the vtlue HORSE FEED 2.30 2.75
1 p.--- llllllHt.. .1|I.."|- ..I, tH| flit MiMIllllV, III of which have been fixed by the !
I lh .
nn.nil I .t September" I 1917.: which
.t An obscuie little item in a recent daily paper told us: that IM te f.ih. six."v cif Ht |>ri''011....., 19.11. County Assessor of Taxes and accepted -
fliteil, tlil. I llth lny' of Julv. 1917. by the Board. I No.
,p Al Smith i is touring Europe. There was a time when he iori'-u-iAr. A .1 1.lt: \I f.()>\t.\f. By order of the Board 1 of County 2 OATS 2.45 SHORTS 108 Lbs. 2.45We

I1 Cleric of "'Irrint, .". '
would hav' been .I1..f Commissioners
e missed. ..,....ltul'd Cniinly. KL.rliJ.i 1 I Will Buy Your
Eggs at 3c Below
:.U.Gt'\.J1 A. J, Thomas Cleik i Jacksonville Market


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