Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02603
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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TILL "TABOO I I '. 1. t "PEGGY" ROUTE 'IN GOODSHAPE |IOr i There Not"Is that at least local. one people"Believe will It SAYS DOWLING SIs

I I I :. '. t t I "readily believe. It was the one I
| last week In which Ripley featured
Would Lose Countu I i n'anln Interstate Commerce Former Ffrooker, Man 1 it one-armed paper' hanger. ,' Pm'of 1938-39 Pro I

$:MOO; Annually, 9 to Eliminate 23 Will Have The rouxon this one will be so 'II jec'lIigl"t'a1BlIgi. '

Official Says \I Miles of Road Charge i i ,readily residents believed of Sinrke I Is that will remember'long-time lice Slater

1 11. P. Punkley a former resident ft r

yl i I'KKMK: : ("oimT: TO HULK WOlTl.D'TOP| !' SERVICE OPERATIONS) ( TO HE< ;ilNI t I >if Staike, who stun both' one-arm CITKITS COMMISSION: :

(il,I'l1NSTITUTIONALITY (OF .11._1CI11'.1 TO HELLK: I IN, :MIDDLE: OF AUGl'ST!( led and a paper" hanger lie moved I INTKUKSTKO: :I ) I IN LINK I I '

I .rom lute to J.ukHonvlllu about
B >unty continued stead- O f ficltls of J' o Seaboard Airline For th. first time since 10211 11I'ity ('- flt'lt'l'nl108 ugn whets, sis far us ,, That the Florida Citrus" C mmls-

.ast t "I" 'K 'In Its refusal to sell Railway Company have requested \ was going on this week uli 'I is known here hv! U still. purging 'Ion is taking An active Interest In r

,';,lt( -tificutes at public auc- 1)U't:1isslon fytn the Interstate i he cotton gin on Cherry Street asM paper the completion of the mifilng. Knk:' 'I

,,,'j !g a. decision' on the newPlate -ommerce Commission to discon- : 1'. !\Inlht'n).. former gin operator Mi, Hunkley came hero from of Road in.: "between R.iHwin, and

av Supreme Court 'fnue twenty-three miles of the at liiookcr arrived here to n./imti'la and married a Staike Yulec. became known following1 rt

<" jrlda counties announc- 'Peggy line" 'from Alachiiu to take charge of operations during girl: He lost his Him when, while rent publication[ a letter from

: tl is i 'k that they would pro- ?clle. It was stated: \ that operation the approaching\ j: season. f'on a hunting trip, his gun ti.iinmer I Senator" A. (3. McArthtir! (in the 4

r;, a :' the auctions as provided These scenes show the activity >ver this! section of track did not Mr. Nfnthpny Bnid he ronli/ed he Ibe II mt' entangled, In a fence and ffillahiin :News.: The communion
the despite a request from that has kept all hands busy ay enough to warrant trips. had a big job on hand In whippingthe i uoculrritally fired.DEER has written! the, State Road I D1"II.tnwnt
around I'rnoker: for the tarts ,- ,
Im : J. M. Lee to delay the or four weeks. At left part above is .., Several years ago the commission old machinery into shape but -_ : +- urging the completion/ of
.I s tiling the court's decision. George: flaxen at whose farm these .'" allowed Ule Seaboard'! to dls- expressed: no doubt that everythingwould this highway In time for use during
Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas pictures were taken by the Telegraph Continue operation over six milesf be in reiiillnexH for the crop TONGUE i the next citrus fruit, season tho

aW this week that collections of [ Mr Huzen is one of the hack front Hello Wannee, If which Bradford fill misers will begin ; senator said.McAtthur .

delinquent tuxes in this county hasern mom 1 successful t'aimers: In tins I II I- s. r he new request Is granted It will picking about the middle of August I I has! also. received a
g' 'J recently and that probably ford County and expects to market ) \ leave: only twenty-eight miles !tit.. llalhirny ciperated a gin I's eason {letter front J. 11. Dow ling state

a tats) of $2,000 would be around CO.OCO pounds of tobacco w tom Starketiwhere" : the line be- at I'riKiker for fifteen, years, hut highway engineer, stating that. the

collect! U I this month. He placed i this i tobacco\ KiMsun.: barns To he his this\ long year row added]of + gins) to AluC'hu'In operation. ivhcn the boll weevil destroyed the ABOUT\ OVER "road department expects: to includd bat

jlOOOO a* a very conservative estimate one, that Is: probably the largest in srI Although no definite' statement has Sea island cotton Imtustiy he was least a !part of the I toad, 13 project ( am
of what Bradford County j Kloridu. The women shown at right ? an y been made by 'Seaboard officials: Its forced Into other: employment and i In Its. I 1038-31)!) regular Federal, { '
might Chest In delinquent taxeso ]I above are stringing' the fragrant w considered possible! that if the has boon 'lately doing carpenter ___ aid program. Howling said further N

\ rv v at and said this umount 'leaves for the process of curing. 'ine U cut the ''un will be reversed.] I work in Tampa I'ALATKA J TIU.MVILLINI: : "I feel satisfied I can assure.. ; '
The figure in (the sun hat I la Mrs. plaiting fro, Alachua. and ending i TO IIANDLi). .: LMAVKS:
ir.'ght' ,e cut In half if the pro.rMou W. 1.'a 11, v. ho last week 801,1Ihe i you that timing/ the proscn. administration
ir the new law were carried 1 W. 11. Dukes one of the fastest + In Starke, gin equipment to the 1'iadfurd t I'KOAl: HKIti: |II (load: No. 13 b ec>nCIIII.lhlll1
workers who can string a slick In "
I thirty seconds In the lower picture "Peggy. as it Is affectionatelya : County Cooperative Association! It-I i and Itiddxvin will l II| orn
finTOBACCO you see Curtis Wilkerson un1 has Joi.g been the source for t.2DO.. said that the List r'al'Ihe In answer to un Inquiry a pletod.Tito,I.

MART 1+ loading the slicks to take them into a burn/ to be cured' The finished >f song tad story In this section gin operated l here was in ll:2!!) ter was received by the Telegraph following/ paragraph ,
'product, will start moving to Florida and Georgia markets next week nd, although hardly l anyone rideson when sixty or seventy bales of |yesterday. from I the R,,"Iht'n1 Pio-, 'I' excerpts fiom Senator Mrur'8 are I

OPENS THURSDAYL it now, It s-'H; occupies a warm short staple cotton were ginned. ducts Company, of I'alalkii.' in re- letter to the Callaluin News, : D j

pet in many honjts.Ileie However, no Sea I:<1.tn.1 cotton has II glll'dio the possibilities of inaikol- '' In view of the fact
L tt W AHF.:1I0U: E!'; KN- I GUARD LEAVES TRUCK{ DRIVER is", one iT the stories as told been handled( since" 1P20.]\ InK di-erloiiKue leaves from I I gprtad Interest( expressed of the from wide

.u illtlKD, CROIVERS'CCSTS 'y H. K Lnge''sren:' : It la 1 ebtlninUvl that BradfordCounty's | lord' County Blad-I[ time to time by different people' of

CUT "Once Peggy seas late because 1,100 acres of colton j The letter, stated : "We the county In connection with com.pletlon I

T o sales begin next Thurs- Saturday Arrested Pete Peterson the engineer, had phonld gin at li'isl 3011 bit lets, front I the opinion that the 'se.tHon: IsI I II of Road Thirteen I wish to
boon arrested In LaCioxs. for shootng nIMHIt finished for this .
which may expect' n total I sit turner ask'thitt
I 29. on I the Florida Mar- growers you reproduce a letter re-
ie, at luly Live Oak where three re- [ at a rabbit. The conductor Mr. return of $jO.i)0.( The local gin I i The crop has been I very heavy und i I i, calved by me yesterday from Mr 1 t l
entlj- enlarged warehouses con- White, was an enthualaslic/ sportsman will have a capacity: of around a grout dun I hall been shipped out of I J. II. Dvllng, | of the State Road y
and cuirled his two j I the state that Is of ,r
tan' sufficient floor forspreading always eight: bales a 'lay. very poor ,:i Depiutment. Also In that connection ,
million space of pointers along When he felt like I The revival of tin Industry\ in quality, two ruasims why the seaI I wish. to quote a couple of

bright leuf!!: on a opening day.pounds Warehouse ENCAMPMENT OUT FINED AN1 n JAILED; ON it. he would sop the train and go: this county la leflccled In many I son Is so short. paragraphs from a letter received r

doors in our neighboring: OF STATE SINCE WARTIME IICKIISS: DRIVING: shooting birds while the other I eIhU' areas! in Florldn... Georgl'i' j j "For the past seven years the I 1'from the Florida/ Citrus Commit)

Florida" city will open early Mon- CHARGES: trainmen picked beirlen. Once hewar and South Carolina the only market. price has been no low that'1, slim who have taken steps, to assist
complimented on getting his states where Sea Island cotton ] I tlu re has been no Inducement for <: un: In obtaining early completion nf + 1
lay and will\ remain day and
tight throughout' the open season to Wtli| H full .roster vof twenty Chile J",rdon, Citru trucker, was[ I train to Stntk on time. 'On time tummy be grown Miigcessfully.. It t la, ''I pl(kl'rn. This. year the prices paid this road.

receive tobacco from the farmers. men Heudquutters Company Second 'al.1Inri\ fined $33= and costs un- your granny! This Is yester.lay's estimated, that In 11U4 the production I to pickers, varied from three to I "The Florida Citrus, : Commission '

Rival\ warehousemen and inter- Battalion, 124th Infantry will ler charges of reckless: driving -. tuiln.: xvu: his indignant ic- In Florida totaled 33.0UO bales j six cents, while the market price 1 Is primarily Interested In opening ;
leave Starke Saturday mornIng ply' and brought towers three million ; was from six to seven and half
sled Mtlwns of Live Oak have es- early rollowlng a wreck !Saturday' and g I a of the road, because of the benefit
..il.'llshea 'corps "of, buyers In that for Camp McClellan at Anniston vas forced to pay damages for remain "Lester Pinholster Ward City diillars. However, "about' this time I cents" j to the citrus Interest that. would

I its attune t( none In the entireOengaoF'o'ua Ala. It will be the Florida\ of a Chevrolet pickup, truck Nit first gIIthe train the tattoo lh roll weevil sU-pped' In uml dnr- I The dfor tongue season begins result In time and distance Tim # /

bright leaf belt. Ruird's first encampment outsideof ''onglnji; to J hn llumptnn. Law- '.f 'Pi'ngy.: : mid 'he's too slow to log! the next ten years production about the first' ,d, 'i.v of May. the routevvniil 1 shortened approxl- l
.... the statt since war time atch Pt'iW:1S! the common le- shopped off until In 127 only sev- I compiiny's letter slated and It was mall I
)r. in the ly twenty-five miles and about ;
leading: foreignn ,'v flog"'.), to the extort! of nearlySPO. t
it tobacco firms rep- Lt. T. T. Long announcecl'e8tl'r- 'on'on'H Ford '..01lr'uck was nark a:on;. the line about somt I indicated that :HoilMiiM; n Products. !IILI1 hour and half less time would, hu

I ''t'' 'I'' is Jeff/ cozart of the day\: that the following m..n' would '.avly: '! demigod." ,\ : Iv la/y, man" (Cimtlniiecl On JMjrc Eight: I would he ,glad\ In lnndU shlpmc-nlH., required for trucks hauling cltru
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'Warehouse puts it, mike the nip: ft'rgl'ants'In"l'nt PLANTOPERATED fri rn Bradford( County nl'xl111'; finI! to reach points north of JurkHonvillo. (
> will have more buyers Alvaiex. R. G. Kids Grnttcn Cf>op- 'r1! c ills' OT i r-Mirred f-'attir Hy. FIRST CITY"ELECTRICITY This. wild weed ii tern railed: / "va- The Maine would be trim 3. ,

deem' buying for A. I':. 'lIl'', Harry Ti.on: Cor- t"on'nr.IIt'n: :: .T, r. on was r.>tninn. ONLY AT NIGHT ni la weed" iirontul here IH used" (of other tiLick'i hauling fruits vegetables
I th.in people'other ""I'I roi-nl J. ii. Dennis. Bill Gruham. ,; ft, oat .1 ac its nville.!! at a point Ift/\ itch,Iing aroma to tiJinrco, find and various other. cornmodItlcs. )
f any - -
I the I imo Struth. Mc'rtill Slruth ; PI II I- ,':e mile s uth i.f I.-\vtoy on 11.red aim In the manufacture, of /nitlficlal !- .
Ufoi-gla-Florki i 13. (ClhK N tin' thlr-.l: : In It srrlrii.f that mir record for continuous-
Hampton's plek-iip was pink-
I vanilla! : flavoring.KU .
Junes Victor
mites ( first class) Leo -
in 110''II'K. \\ ,'JI\t'n I oiIn( 'I. I. vice Is rentalkablo and very few "The Mini.la 'ltiii.t mmlnHlou 4
I Thomas; Privates Keene: C. "d 1 clear If the road when Jon'oleft ,
a\t" by! 1 K.: I'. ('InrU. "MIJMT- nti-riiptlunii have Dccuric-d. i.n yesterday adopted n motion, retptesling +
Louis Davis, J. D Grlf'la the toad und! ran Into the icirmd KLUX
C: artmpiit of Agriculture Sraclley iiit.-inli-Mt of the 4 ily I.iKht) \ To tnulntitin this constant sup- KLAN the Hlalu Roud Department i
su'lh\'on of the Chevrolet tickling it upI '
\ Carter John' InmTti..Vm. .
: lioucvei. ilonrimls I hat weivt"e to complete and open. that 4
superiority of prices on Miler I'l.int lor t'.upiirposf 1 "I> MEETING
cd roof and
; N. !Merrill McMillan, tine "nt..rtIcI'II\ gab .
'11! Long. I tlin f
hut < rl'wle I have ,ill.sciJHwslIn
.1 market. Live oak led I 'f ",,,llin//; our ri-nlerH were at the pl..nla )reserve in gen-
J i
it otherwise. u--
A'm. C'. Powell and Merrill! Kduul.i. )p ly damaging
Jesia-Florida tobacco belt j tII"ih"rllh, ilK'lr niiiincipal; era tlon capacity of tH( per cent ut LOCAL t'H A PTKIl: TO I'.F. time for the next Citrus Fruit' ,
,. \ k-r'u truck was heivlly damaged; i Season und It
in occurred
(pp lust season, averaging tit:iii it's.)1n alt times to cover tiny mechanical |I FORMED IF HNOUOIIJ us 1 1
J-.1 i COmpared to a GioiglalUiugt Lt. Long requests that mail sent iihnit the front. The arrest was > It. F CLARKOili failure or bleak-down in engines. J JOIN I you might wnnt this Inforrnatlon *

nf 20.96 in 1938.::: ( to any of I the men be addressed to i made by officers of the sheriff's of- Plant This culls for double the plunt Investment I I In connection with any effoits( you, t

Wan. nome cnarges on the Live [ them in care of "H. Q. Co., 2nd Bn., lice amid the Citra man spent Saturday l.luhllilir electric tint, increases the overload j Frank ffiircln., 1 King Klc'nsle In are making or may intend to
r < m irket this season will be the 124th Inf., Floiida National Guard, night In jalJud\ e E.: I K.Perrynj''n When the city site plant using was! 1 expense, milling to the cost of tin. Ku I Klux "Klan, adli tassel a make, to luive roud. opened. Natu
:built present
to veil in the history of tobacco I' Ft McClellan, Ala." fined Jordon\ and order- i, team on for power! the entire electrlcal pI uducllun | gnthei ing In front of the schoolhouse '' rally we know what your views are G f
will return to id I him to here Monday night in whichhe about this mutter and ;
"ing In Florida. In order toave The company pay damages on llarnpI. load was for lighting streets Our street lighting has romaln- wo assure I
> I 8. I. warned of the "lnr"Rd" communism you that/ It would, be.
the fai Starke on Sunday August ton s truck. H pleasure for
mera still more money and buildings. There was no need e'l about fixed: since the changeover
alai IlJbO to help In i I .-- of flr.tlttWit Is milking In this country" us to flllnlHhlny additional, facts !Il
moving the crop ---5-- for operatini; the plant durinIlhe\ In 1922 with the coming the
blamed most of this or Information In
Water country'sI connection with
that on the floors it Is suggested Sauls' Grandchild Dies BIBLE SCHOOL laytime 111 no one burned lights Diesel engines when the old I troubles on foreigners who have this subject"
tobacco growers make the of the d-rect-currcnl was ,dropped anal the
up i xcept durlrf; early! part '
F. c'me Into the United Slues From this
larger Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. frornother State-Wide Interest
sheets to take In to market. I I' ROLL LARGE "'tV benci operatlcna \veie onlyat new alter itatung-cuitent ttyatifmI
wpptlenced warehousemen 1 Sauls will regret! to learn of the' I .vj .last ilieil. countries and many of whom exhibited, in this particular. piece .
opfl11te night. should be deported he said., of road uml from the "
death of Mr. Sauls' grunddo1ugl11er.little friendly attitude

each of the rival floors at I SPECIAL! PROGRAM WILL .u u2.:! the city purchased two One rtu.-on why our street lightI I
I Live five year old Marguerite 1 "u"per'lIlIam8., another Idea- adopted by the present Au.| 9
Oak The 'Farmers Ware- EE HELD NEXT 1 Diesel oil engines and start..1tw..nt.four I tag has era.lined about the same
houseIs. Pedley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. gle has been In Starke moat of this ministration I feel sure that the
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managed by H. W. Gau- hour service. For" several -Its i the fact that when the preHt'nt'lIgbts
hat & Son who begin their fourth Edgar BcJIey: of Tampa. Sunday I the day loud was not t were Installed', many new 1 week and report that he Is meet- !: people of Naxauu County can expect "

J'ear on the Florida market. Nat when she was drowned at Sunset The Dally Vacation Bible School heavy years enough\ to pay expense But 1 lights!! were added giving the city 1 \InK with success. In soliciting Khan'nemherships. completion of a part of IhUroad e

$man's Warehouse Is managed by Beach while wuding. The child which Is being conducted, at the slowly the amount of electricityHied i I better lighting Job throughout I.- If a sufficient nllmI. ., 1. if not all. In the very near
Jeff< Cozart apparently slipped and fell and was Baptist Church this week and next. I residential er of members !Is enrolled! a Klan I future. Id
It the business and s
; begins Its fifth In the day time un- i I portlans.
Ytt'lr of successful operation with dragged down by the undertow It IPS exceeded the attendance of 111 now the flint produces more Lights were! also extended (twill he organized here, he said.i I II Yours very truly,
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the I ten minutes before the child pchool.\ The enroll. -. A. O. MeA HTIlUrt.
1D37 was previous> -
| season Experienced auc- ny v-lectrlrlty during the bouts' of to city lines until practically 11 I .
iu-neera will endeavor to make could be recovered and all nc'nt Wednesday morning reached liylight than at night. alleys and secondary streets werelighted. i I RESORT .--
'. h measures failed. 119. which Includes faculty nf | City Kegistration '
pile of tobacco bring Its high. >tatlng reslIscl-1 This, t Is, the result of a growing IMPROVEMENTS
": puce and contribute toward i services were held thirteen. The enrollment by de- :rend for using: electrical I appll- Another reason Is that the mainline : .I A little more than two week .11
mskng: ;"o'clock p. m. and were pal tments is is 101 loss: of street instilled I.time. remains for '
our own Florida market a aces In homes, offices and places lights originally "MIDLAKES"' PROPERTY .: voters to register
'"''I greater leader In price aver-! Mr. and Mrs. Sauls. I Beginner, nineteen; Primary I business. E.ectriclty has found about equalled the rapacity CEIVKS: : ADDITION OF It.-I. for I the annual city election In Sep

ages. --. I twenty-six; Junior forty-en ; Intermediate i I'f task In almost every place where if the transformer In at the present SEVERAL: HOUSED ,I tember. The books were opened at 4

Fastness: men civic leaders and NO JOBS OPEN, !, twenty. The school will i: people live work or seek rest and time. With a general changein I the City Hall on July 10 and will I

J Lime, *' wannee County Chamber ofAmerce ontinue' through Friday July 30. ,' refreshment: either for power lines and with a larger transformer Mr. and Mrs. S. II. !Dodd! are : remain open through Monday( ,

are making a drive WALL SAYSNEW On Friday! evening of next week | lighting cooking, heating or a I capacity added street :niklng extensive Improvements on August 0.Memorial. '

among their neighboring counties DIREC- it eight o'clock the school will have I .nousttnd and one other tanks! to lights could be hand.ed.A I their "Mldlakes" property eleven ---..

'''favoring,! to bring the Florida UNEMPLOYMENT HELP special program! and display' of make life more attractive. A third reason Is that our street I' miles south of here on Road 21\ Service

lIark..llotol to mil"i TOR DISPLAYS "NO hamlwoik. Each of the four departments I From the radio to the doorbell; I lights are FREE to the city. That They have recently completed con- '\ The local,
more than five SIGNH. W O.T.. Camp will
" 'pounds for 1937. 1 T I will have a part in this I from the X-ray to the fire-alarm; .s not meant to Imply that they are I..tructlon of several rental cottages'''hold Its annual Memorial Service
!Mr of those attending I fans to calculating not without cost of maintenance that are model. wpll-xcreend and
Cozart and Joe L. Dowllngr C. Wall. local Insurance man service. The parents >rom ;i I I Sunday at the Kingsley Luke Cemetery -
a former resident of Starke and recently appointed) director of theunemployment the D. V B. S. are especially Duchlne Electric bent melts the They are!, as a mutter of fact a :ully (uIIIIsl.. <.I. The lakes ure Ideal All members are asked 1 to
! division urged to attend, this: closing ype-metnl for the linotype> and p/iMhle|; burden, upon the plant. 'or bathing und the wide. white ',
manager compensation meet
of the Coca Cola at the W,0.\V, i Hull ut two
*I""I' in Industiial Com- 'vicee. hen furnishes light and, power for The city officials seek: to hold to sand beach; is reserved exclusively ,
Live Oak were In Starke of the Florida I set o'clock\ p. m. and the services will\
' .IY In Is evidently having the asting::: type: tea..ly for the press the present luy-out as a measure of :'or "Mirllukes" tenants. lioats are I b
, the Interest of the- tonvirket ml" lo. -- -- -- -- j held l at three o'clock. AlI
rnme trouble as many othEr offl- I I :hen fmnhwl papers emerge economy, and{ keep this burden as 4Vii.lible for fishing. I trlnd" are Invited.

_h ,..._ : clnls of, the higher state positions.A lice Iimpcctor HereIn '1 through the influence of electric low as possibleAn I The cottages at Cols new Brad 1 .. __ _
I ordinary street: lamp I most raid, County development me" wellofirHlructed. -
Sunday! Associated Press tilsp'tch. a communlcttkm' this week not' r drives.I I \ Council
School recent Skip '
Council slid "no hip wanted" with C' unty Agent T. 1 K. McClane. I vmiid und Important Is the of our street Hmpx are either 1,- I having rock walls cc- Medina
'. monthly meeting of the Sun. a hung out by Mr. 'iJ.. D. H- yr.ie. as?lstant apiary 1 1110' I for e.ertriclty I that the .plant I' (.0 or 2..VJU lur.iiiiB) will consume I m>-nt floors, and each has a big Luring thf summer the Cityi
ohool teachers and officers mien has been .. f.ir the State PUnt I mist ir.untiiin power cm the wires I( one kilowatt hour of electricity. ock fa (plat'e, The Dod,IH plano I i Council will hold only one met-
\ the following 'nrptrt. .
110. '* held at the church Wed. Wall., "All Jobs for the prenert : Ccarl I, natal he would be in liraJord I'j' 'II the time -any Interruptions In luring every ten hours of use. At I build several more cottages in i lag: each. month \\ L. Wail ch.ilr- I

r evening at 7:15.: The su- statement been: filled. Although we I C'.uaty within the next few j 'Uprl' I? even for a short time re- five cents per, .K. W. H. this will he near future I man announced i this week ThaI {

J, "ndent of the Bible school A. have strides forward In 'avs, to Inspect h..es. lie a: rii ; >Wtta. requests that every have made some division set we Mr. Mct'l'ne\ request all bee owners I! rote nf the plant.: 'lamp for electricity alone. Then Mime visitors and a Sunday after- day night. August 3.
the up.
! ''r of this group be prevent getting delayed by Job seekers.. to report, to the county agent s It IH a matter of pride to look there are bulb replacements about non drive to "Midlakes" should 1 ----
.Is' meeting. have been; will have but few office if they wished his aid In inspecting ask over the years and know I very two m ,nths nt a "at of flf- f/rove Interesting for anyone whova The< praying mantis, an In i-t.
Actually, we trouble ti to keep up with I what Ut the most ,
lha has organization. and advice; 03: beekeep w little has been the go- Ilts, bl'odthlraty cieatura
I'' deaths .000 more Llrths jobs "even after complete ing. from los! of power. It U a fact (Ci/nt'nieil" On Pige Eight) I: s on In Bradford County known to mankind.
1 rr year. .

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; :: .If playing "The Harp That Once Redmond "O'Gorman's backinghim. FLA. STATE FARM r(sonville who formerly lived on the

,. ... _. Tara's Halls," the leaderof ." Farm was the guest of Mr. and Ii Daily,
Through Gargle
11' Mrs: Bryan Hei
1'-1 '"
41./ I 1 .. MNEL the Irish Nationalist movement' "You don t like him do you ?" Mrs Robert Kite Monday. ?;
'. rp boarded the steamship Baltic that O'Brien replied to that. "There Mrs. W, G. Stringfellow spent

.. ," him buck to Ireland. Isn't Irishman In the Party that Bridal LuncheonHonoring i Wednesday with her sister-in-law
1R was to an To
h j I '" 4''M''' carry Mrs. Robert Kite Mrs. : Keep p Down
,. J, Mtpry1a !)''Q' .. s The band on the Queenstown likes him." Joe Wallace Mrs. J. E. Wilson, ut Kingsley Colds s
v Ivan Hazen, and Mrs. I
U! dock played "The Wearing of the Parnell shrugged and asked Lake.
&LE.BBWS MITOHELPC ; C who have recently come to the ,
... Green" as the S. S. Baltic anchor Redmond If conditions In Ireland !Mrs. A. II. Rlcharde Is visiting And Irritated
Mrs. W. A Kelsey
Farm as brides
1 f ed out at sea and a tender put out were as bad as stated in a letter to relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. Throa

)J 'hiipter One I I can only speak at all because I to pick up the pasengers. The him in America. gave a luncheon Friday having L. P. Chapman left Monday .

t l', what I have. to Buy wants to be throng on the dock mostly typical "Worse. The minute you left Mrs. Sanford Rltch. Mrs. Jlmmle for an extended visit in War-

i4' "THK: I'NCROUNKO KING" 'I 1' said 1 so badly." He began In a slow, { Irish peasantry with a sprinkling things began to happen More evictions Hitch, Mrs. Murphree and Mrs. truce and other plucea In Tennes- You will be aniHz

Snow and sleet of a blustery |I undtamatlc fashion of speech. "In rof the leader's political supporters more outraged house-burn Griner as guests in addition to the good you secure by .." wt
1 of the table see.Mrs. 'It '

1 March day in 1880 failed to dampen the last thirty years Ireland hasher cheered waved and shouted greetings logs starvation- -" honorees. The beauty Lawrence Dugger is the Ml 31 Solution regi. .

) the enthusiasm of the great lost two and a half millions of as the tender returned and "Then we'll have to work harder covered with a fine damask guest of her mother in Olustee. mor'ninglnd night v

crowd of Irish who jammed the suns and daughters, I used to they spotted Parnell among Its than ever." cloth, was enhanced by its center- 'I Mr. and Mrs. Granville Geiger Mi 31 Solution oh. ,

Ir' ,. New York pier of the White Star grieve when I saw the whips carrying piece of an oblong arrangement of and two children of Jacksonvillewere strength antiseptic
passengers.But "You are the only i one who can and blue balanced k
Line, gathered to bid god-speed to away the youth and flower of pink hydrangea guests of Mr. and bars Vance germs even when
( one man among his Nationalist do anything--with the English or 'a
with maiden hair fern. A delicious -
$$4 tpe "uncrowned, king of Ireland.. our countiy I thought they were j comrades remained silent un the Irish" Interposed O'Briensilence A Geiger during the week-end. equal parts of water.

t pl Burly, good-natured Irish police lost to us forever But I'Ve found lasted four course luncheon was.ser'ed Mrs. W. J. Overstreet with Mrs. By using this rxcellen
O'Brien and
demonstrative. a strong fell upon them I
; L i held the crowds bui't! "'''I'a! the [ them all here again in the United I Parnell adherent, tapped the silent until they arrived at a roadside at high noon. W. C. Wilkes and Mrs. W. K. Jenkins tic as a gargle regular i h.

li II pq,1 69lti Regiment band, followed by'' States. Many of you brought away shoulder. of Raiford attended the divisional to keep down the million: a
one on the scene which was an all too common oimin'n nub : gr r
+ the soldiers In rank with fixed with you a handful of Irish sod to Meeting rally of the W. M. S. at Pine that. congregate in the n .
"Michael Davltt come out of occurrence in Ireland. The Woman's Club held its nth
bayonets, marched upon the pier. keep green your memories of home. reg- Grove Friday this way you cleim.mbranes.

t'' l > As a carriage drove between the But you needn't huve. You didn't your trance!" The tenant of a miserable littlepellsant.s ular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and You start w i.. m.
"Eh ? What was that ?" cottage, his wife and in the club with the rip
ranks of soldiers presenting arms leave Ireland behind you -It's In rooms l little daughter, Carolyn and Mr. slate after every thor
"I Raid, Come out of you their three small children were Mrs. W. A. or g
a mighty shout went tip from the your hearts wherever you go. the cold president Kelsey pre and Mrs. Gerald Cox and little gllng. By /getting rid,'

A I h t people. "Hooray for Parnell!"" Following That's what these two month In trance. huddled wretchedly In siding. After tne business session daughters Geraldine and Mary B., germs so often you helt Ins
: March wind amid their few, ",1u
"Excuse: me I was there on poor Mrs. Bouvler a reading fol
the gave
carriage came various America and returned chances
your generous contribution to their homes here Monday your of cati>
IN'' : the tender with him. I didn't hear household possessions, while workmen ''It ":
e. lowing which a refreshing Ice
Irish societies flags flying. of ano.OOO to the Irish after iittending a reunion of und other ailments win '
with crowbars were unroofingthe I klr,
!" the delirious I you. course was served by the hostess the Bradley family in Monroe Ga. germs might/ have
"Speech Speech yelled cause h.ive taught me. t find here "Open Michael Davltt's heart hut. Parnell ordered the driverto es. Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde Mrs. H. M. cau.
crowd Charles Stewart Mr, and Mrs. Martin Griner Buy Ml 31 Solution'
1'a us the generosity the loyalty and the
I :and you will find 'Parnell' engraved halt the carriage, got out and Rlcharde and Mrs. Stringfellow gel
''f 1'tw Parnell l l and his comrades bowed passion. for freedom which is the spent the week-end with Mr, and Drug Store It Is sail
i { upon it! laughed O'Brien. approached the evicted tenant min
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; r their acknowledgement of the trib. soul of Ireland herself The boat I Mis. Munn In Brunswick Ga. buck guarantee. Y tipint r

a r ute i>t the "uncrowned king's" would never sail. If I started thank- Birthday Party' \'t Mr. and Sirs R. H. Cox und Misseatrice for only 40c!

( i. American admirers. Parnell stood Ing' you for all you've done, so I'll Little Miss Melba: Strlngfellow'I CoO have as their guestsMr I. Go to your Revel. 'I t
celebrated her ninth
{ 'll up In the carriage, head, bared to just say and I know you'll say it birthday at and Mrs.. Ralph Cox of Perry ( today und buy a bn Lp
the home of her and I II
the snow and sleet, and waved" his with me, God save Ireland!' e1 \ parents!, Mr. and Miss Louise Cox of Montverde. Solution und star

ti hand. for silence I I Amid the mighty cheer that Mrs.: W. O. Stringfellow, Tuesday, I Friday Mrs J. A. Bouvler! Jr., ulat-ly. r.

"I am not an eloquent speaker. greeted his remarks, with the band afternoon with a party. Pink zinnias Mm., Torre Ace, and Mrs. Florrld of The Mitrhrll! Di

1 _.- and fern were arranged Miami Starke Is
were dinner
X'' guests of Mr. your local "Dr I
throughout the house out
carrying and Stereo
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. Little tic

i the tho.-en color scheme that wusI ty Ecuvlif who has been with her Look for the Rexa' :
I further accentuated in the lace : ,
for p I I gtandparenU fur some time t returned A
Expert RepairingSmith's covered table centered with the
home with her mctlier.Mr. :: .

beautifully decorated birthday and Mrs. C. J. Johns and

r I al cake. After many games and a sons Claude Jr., and Kenneth and he, 4,
t contest in which Jimmie Frank M i iI
I il Mr. and 1lrs.V., C. Peudley wentto 6 6 6
Jordan and Betty Couvlor were the Jopper: -on'" Landing on Kings. 10 n :t d.?

Garage I ptUe winners, the chil'.Uen enjoyed I I ley Lake Saturday for two weeks. COLD

Ice cream and cake. Mrs
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and
I L"'IU 'I Cat
Stilngfellow was animated: In 'l
caring their gtumlron. Gerry Bnuvler s N.11: 'Ul1! !! .cr
Phone 120 for IlrnJnrhr. ..
the little guests by Misses linos'a
went to Hastings Sunday fur Miss nntnl..

I Rivers HunLlle)', Betty: find Margaret !Betty: AicKae wise lies "been' atleiidng !- try "n.-.TI..fn"\\. xr/d/ n

f Wrecker Service Day or Night Stiingfellow.Melba; Those Invitedto i iI u 4-H Club meeting there. Miss tn1-r" Yt
be \
with ; on this
happy occasion -
N J u I Betty will remain for an extend-':
i v :* ., were BiJy:! and Mary Lee< ,d visit with her grandputents Mr. ft.Sentinels'***-*-
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L tall( can be of great he! W |OverstrectVcsley! Shuler, Elizabetli ind! Mrs. Bouvler.M. **

1 rat. We ought la/ start Mint imd Oernldlne (Cox Betty' .-. and Mrs.\ A. A Jordan and
,''y t $; Iv' ? political dinners, Poiivier, JiAnmle Godwin Jimmie ions left of Helifth
Saturday for a week's visit
{Veal r said. Frank ./Jordan Bernice McMillin
WHAT i with relatives In Dothan Ala. Don't Neglect: Them 1

'J i Robert Markham Sara Emma i, Mr and Mrs. \\'. J. Overstreet Nature deigned the thin' vi ta doi
; Crews, Ciadlcy GelgsiBudily: : mar.douulob. Their tank i k--p ,>><
children :;
weekend r
"In two minutes we'll be shake "What's the trouble here ?" he t Crews Herbert. Drew; Leslie Bradley !land spent riow.ni blond, atreom fiiNi of ar tMttn
: with Mrs. Overs t test's sister Mrs toxic ImpurUiwa. Tha art of r'1 j,i
tL nj? hand with him" said Murphy, sked kindly. The mnn only stnred I and Billy Parks of Homestead "Itrfl/. if corm.ntty producing .urn <
Ryan in Jacksonville, .tt.r h. ( r'm'r Io(
f IS YOUR at him In dumb misery "Is It kutn"n Inset (
11 "I doubt observed RedmondIf if the blood if health. U, v a7a ;t

t any man's letuin has been so I he ren t ?". The woman wrappinga I Charles Adams of Atlanta Ga. I *., YM.tb* 5idPy n.'. l lto', 'itne' :
ur. inl.n. f. In
.ti ( r "f'.uoi t iWMt
I 491 suited for or needed." thin shawl! more cto..lyabout thechild i Is visiting Mr. and Mis. J. M. Brad- Your ServiceI that may rouse body.*. d
her bl.t'ast. nodded, ''At tr OT. On* may .uff.r n geip.j' h.rkuperda.nt
ut t and
ley family. C'hailes
"It's n dangerous thing when one I is the heed.rh..tl.rke ul, ,nffvUliic <
1: nun Is so important as all that,. Parnell asked the Sheriff who j|I. young nephew of Mrs. Bradley. up nlfhta, .w.llin)[, pufm.
't'l und _
{ fAVORITSMAGAZIHB r tM frl, tired eerie...
the demolition
e tated O'Brien."Not vas superintending Catty and Margal'ctSlrmgCellow ....MI1.
_ )t the cottage how much the rent I. and Rivers I Fr-qu.nt* aeanty or burnfnc p./pt
k when that man's Parnell!" Hundley j may b. further: *vfd, .ne. of *ida yiTh
was. It was 48 pounds and Par ,: were among;:: those from the Farm bUH Jar diaturbanc.
etottcd Davitt. ] 'rrI
nell offered to pay It. who were present at Miss Sadie I .. :. rweoinlsaxi.and proper tn.In.1
a dlurrtU nadielna help thkidi, ,
The cheering as Parnell stepped I "It's too late for tint sot 1'," said I Prince's spend-the-day putty at I! I ..>t rid of axe.aa poiaonoua body ._

port (he dock was a replica of the the sheriff. The landlord wants i Kingsley;: Lake v a* />M..'a Ptil. They have had l oa
Wednesday of lust! than forty yaftra of public" approvtlndoraMl in
enthusiasm with which the Irishn them evicted. "There he Is--Pat week. I AMERIOAN tba ouatry ov,,. item
D.... .. .,
Sold all drug_.
New York had sent him home. "
Hogan sorr. I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and GAS AND OILSBennett's

la greeted a number of his follow- Parnell offered. the baby boy, Eugene, left I
YOU WILL FINt> IT Utltt.M'CAUS money to the 1 Saturday I DOANS PILLS''
''IS with a friendly tap on the I !landlord but the latter aurkily re- for two weeks' stay ut the Beasley I I Serv. Sta.

back us they advanced and nur- t'used to accept It. "I'm goin' t home on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. 1 AND LUNCH ROOM
ounded but It to Mich- o'Rich's 1
ti j'' % him was let the land for grazin', ." father and mother, Mr. and -

th Y \ Cannir7 ei 'lei| Duvltt that he gave a quick "And leave this family home Mrs. L. A. Brown, and her brother, I
of the hand.
pER rtger clasp less ? Arttoul Brown will be with them

t+f N 8 'It's good to be back" he said | :Mrs. Sma Kite Butch of Jack- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
pp Pictol T
al "I'm within
Story ER my rights. My
i a to Is simply. : : I :\h :Many: Sears K\ii; | >rteiie ;Maker; It Pus..I"I" for Me> to 1'nl-t: ,
;II' ) Ut: w FARM "We've needed you." Davltt re"ioined. rights by liw. MM UK 7V-0'\)

1 I sdd_ 1 JOURNAL "It's not much you're losln here," urnut rule >TIMIHII HIM \i,>:. :lint !I v.r..J.n.T. 1'lunrl'T unit! I'OT'HTKOfa SKIt\ v

Parnell mild to the peasant. I NOTK-i: 'IS tllltlJll\' ll\! .:N'I'hnl Jrit\TK\ : ; I'ltlCCSUeXVITT
conducted him to waiting 1
{ They u 'I..1, J. IU I .-" tf I IIIHI A
lrr-n! i
ri cordage amid renewed outbursts "It's where my lad was born and I ImlilTH' "f 2of! Tux IVltlriraK* NoI5U. C. JONES

i: of cheering and demands for a Jived and died, and my dad's dad 1 -l IfMietl. I th: > :1rd.| any.. of Atlfftlat, tt.rkr. 'lnrl.l"
; 'ft. 0 -\ l r>. tin 1, him riled sane In. of.
-1 Aa.4sa.t speech.; It was Davltt who responded before him. It's all we have. fue unit hn. mud Ri'i>tti>iitliiu sly For I

t Cl "ens'Ma Chuy.f q+ fertmcr Yr.l7 There's no place else' axx.-. rertiriiat il<*rrt to.. lip euiln-uivH IXMIfil. Ihe'Ihoivnll..Hlil tot| --
y1 v0' 1 yr "My friends, Mr. Parnell I is tired "Oh yrs these Is. Take this l,.v\liiir iloHi i Ili..d 'pri rprrly| | 'in, ilia-
CuistanGroaer 0 s: Jourau 1 : and aclJresa > County of r'.ruiiruril, state or I Klor-,
Q y. rom his journey has to money. Murphy will you stay behind Ida' tu-wlt:
,+ 't 1 a Floes s paatIM 1.'i"YM1 0 cpr,18M, 5, i;;;,+..t yrMdr11 a meeting (Wlcklow this nnd nee that these"' people are I .i.lt. six Xr S"ven ir FII.M..k OUTFIT
t I KIHII: Tfint.lcH. I
t \.I.IIII..n
i' i Q Slot' 0 pea -art YM1 dl Noma --+1 Y. afternoon before he take! the boat sent up to my place at A\'(,>ndale ? I sunk* In X..lh..t ijmirtt-r ut to

T) apolto It laLa'llnl' L ,ir. 0 s, gad M.Orf '-1 Yr, 'Lor Kngland. He begs that you Put them on the train and telegraph i :Ni\ .rthw Halt..Hi. Quarter if Nuitiii.iiMt&. I'tirt ofVcnf

0o'a 6 pd 0lryhrrn -1 i will excuse him." steward to that : uuur-
i c _' Mrch.niry Ynd my see I i lerVvM of I'.allHiiv & N"rlb'urn -
Q oeto't pppIn. + 1 Y6. 0 Moher( The disappointed throng acceed- there's a cottage. for them." He : f*.t Pr of Sotithoant tjuurIrr -

j MINAniter pmtIi (.ak5% r'ft. dl llyaa.f0 Sam af Il f Y, ,.Ito the request, and cheered their and Duvltt returned to the car ;' SIM't of Ion Ni.rthurpt 2S To\viiHhli 1j11i11'trr|' u Mnuili.of

hind. O (fry hftaf onfAfy-1 Yr l leader again. An old woman ap- luge. They overheard Murphy saying '! Kun/fc: 22 hn: at.'I'hP .
i (Z1.(6 UHXpHMlit-nt of (Ihf Hlll Iri
I' V lua kuNwr Is/oo./ /rbrlr. l5r a rr 1 S} touched them at the step of thecarrIage. : "ThJt was !\fl'. Parnell." rely under. \ tho ax lit ifi-llfhalH'pl'uh'" IH-|

( C Swte ;5dd ei: Yt. 0 lyae s.a ILI 5nd .d JouapJo--4 YPd "And It's little wonder they call( I i ...u,..il .was ,III I HID moor' of l'nk'l they I'nt Mss Hiilil fort i irlrntr hliiilt ,
Spa't wte. MI him king of Ireland!" cried the dei-iniMl III-.IIIIIIK|| t.rr-
---.4 "It It true Mr. Parnell that you / In In w the ro|>-
back million evicted peasant!! staring after his ri"IItteHirlliccI. thfi-cln will..l... paid
brought us a poundS'to
ti> the highest/ bidder 1 \ nt .lh.. rc.lirt i
help our starving people ?" benefactor. ] hoiii iloor. on I Ile. flint Monday In i

I 1! GttWHAl YOU WANT- PAY FOR WHAT YOUCrtT "Not a million pounds but I've The O'Gorman Mahon and Cup- which tinmonth IH th.> (ith of any Sriitfinlicr.if, 1-1",1"10.i, Iri7! : .,

I 'brought: you back good Irish"mon- : lain O'Shea; had sought out a grog 1I>J7.
OFFU ..W.la I I 1.1. Ih1-' I Ith il' f
OFFER NO. 1 frhl ; 'li iv n July, 1MT!
> : n and 1 Eat over their drinks. 11'ii'i'-ii-iAi." SIM.A. ..
1 .-.....pap... I T r. I flSS? thl. "...ro ap.r. 1 Yr.l For All' Only Tour "f3od( bless you. sir!" cried an el- "So that was the great Patnell. .1. TIICiM t.II-I.

[ Mnoailaaa' > Ma omlaaa } ;elly man. said O'Shea, "and he snubbed 'teik "A'i In ua! ."Cnnrt for ,: .
6 B meat ,
Itfiiiifnril" Conn
I "lion. Group l 62.10 3 too? A ( 40 !) Flotilla
Group (1J/// $2. An unctuous tenor voice detained the first encounter.. .-16-6"-Y.18' thea.VBr

1 : him as his foot was on the car. "You can't afford to notice It, %O'I'M'K

orrzu "0. s om "0. 4 !age step "Welcome home Mr. W illle. There's nobody else can do OP T.lTIIII'I'll/ / 1'INNnI.vN" / :
'rb''. "....pap... 1 Yf. tola "..._pe., i V" :01' THU": I--IH.I.I\VI': 1 "nl'\! : ,;
AU Tsv jui Ma! Parnell. you what he can in Irish politics lISTiii" HKIOVV: .
VVMK'Hprftliton t
2 MClIICldn.. A Tot Only, 2 M.gad... f r.. Onlr ....uv... t\' NaF: :: I '1:,'f I i 'H"')!:.
tram Gioup } (role Group A } Parnell glanced around at the But we've got to raise money 1'N: I'IIt THIS I.AWI'! nltl'nIt4TFH, I

1 Ma..tae B $2Ar.dm .i.7 3Ma......... g $2.50 words, for he knew.the speaker- for our election expenses before we ,--II': \lP" ..(., ''..cw..I.O'T::;'I."HI/I.I.I,. it:
100. Group Croup B i Heventy-yeur-old gallant. The can jump into politics. Two thou Tllltt. ': .in. YF.1tts: ,; "'t \f.ltl'': 1'1'1. I I
I'i" ; n'I' il' : oi
t + 1.tIlVIIOO: uF ,I'HAI'. Aa exceptional valuel! Consul
O'GOI man Mahon. sand pounds is not a trifle" i "I.:1t: l4ijH.I'T,.; III t4nl. AN,; loose leaf ledger binder 200 Mit
"How are O'Gorman Ma- "Leave that to I'll 1\:111-01: ; >I'h: 1.:111'N I/F'. MLlu:11.1' :
you. me. get It.; ;o"l' IN h. .be. /CI, sheets and A-Z, 26 division leathertab l
/ eel UIII'' Ih.
MT ,5N r Madam MockalaM l tar.atl..a '.1' :lion ?" replied O'Shea with a secret smile, I .. of r'hll""pray lilfmn, .Ai'ti Pr of lades.Bound la durabl.ImIahOj

A..rtwe I'NI' Os.w.s_ .71 .Ua> Pt tyro _.__ 5N "May I take this opportunity to He took out a note book and wrote IH.Ti. I t.uwH. of KloilriH.. to Push of the leather, colon red !
A_._ ......... Lye Op.at Mid ..s a-p_1 Tks' .. 5.541.1w liiiratloiiN" ,. II"lad\ "..."w. th*. Hum back with automatic lacking device.
M.-.. al Otdw_ 5.N -- 5N1ro.d.Y. picdent me friend Captain William a telegram: "Mrs. William\ O Shea. b>tnff int'orpomteit. und*r th.LawNof white
:=;-a.7. =: Push button for quick opening key required. Sheets are
lonilii 1 that
aa a. 1.10 1.41 Henry O'Shea ? A fine and Eltham Kent England. MiToritlnir/ t" thM
(' cup,..'. Ptw.w ..71.......... (I-r) I... man. Arriving ,reoorrtw of the Sei-ri-tary of. State Ivorydala<1g.r paper, 24 aubatance). Sheet riM 6 s 9Ji inchai.
eWd LIM .... PY. 7I1 Cultux 5,11y the new candidate with myself for five o'clock Tuesday with O'Oor- ,, sash. and every of sash roi porittlonM"

can.s.. hall. LN P .4u ny LII 'ounty Clare. I took It upon my.el man Mahon. Must see you. (Impoitint. appenr' ilellniinent. for lhitr' > (::1)! Ikk look
CaUU'a W_hlr .... Pt.tartaI -... 5.54 yeiiri or "',''ren the flllnic/ of r- Na. D..arlpaau P
CoMbiy *-! I rnDM I.,. ...... MMfeafeaT. LIS ( to sponsor him while you were Willie." l p"H., and puiiiiiic f.f1".*.. under
D.II.._ 1.11 .....- ........ .....tIolT_ "II 'In America."" (To be continued) i 1 the 1 pio\lfloiiN, of Chapter, 14677. Art 020008 Ruby L.dger Olalllt-Red 14.00
PouterHwiMhoM ......... 1.71 adla If.... (taakjaiai .,_ I." i>r I.nl.! Ui u of Klorlilu. and\ lint 020007 Ruby L.dgar Outfit Black 4.00
r_ L.r..t t y- 111 ........ Mnrnlaw. f.11I Parnell gave the Captain a quick --.- .antler.. .. the provision iif niiifl. (.h....- -
Flelol tad 1- Is1 vrlaw .! Kavtowa.Ua .... Jance: : of appraisement. He was a .\ I'l'l.f I'I.\NT MAYBE > I HUSO. VilH or 111:15.:( .LIIUH nf
; I 1'10.' ... Goo_ .... Ia..1d..4 I." "I"lofl4i.| fiild rort'>f>rutloriH ,have liMen.
y H_ ...."......... I." _. Play LOS smallish man with fair hair and JACKSONVILLE Fern ndlOlI. clni *'il HH nuhjfrt to he. i1tMMol"..*i1: BRADFORD COUNTY
f i Nou.a a.ma...... .... eraaa I." r.k'n, with tricky shifting lights In 33 miles north of here is frightened atiil. that, t hreeSI> rnnnthM after the TELEGRAPH
MaaaalM 1.70 Sparta AflaldSuaeoaatul .00 date of thlM piihlli'inion carh and ev. I .
f i r Llbortr WMklr Ise rondi 1.70 his eyes "How do you do, Captain by proportions of a boom which cry, nf sari voi porntl",n" lltited h..-
,/f P i Lit...... DI ." ___ ..so True ....,. Maaa .. 1.11 O'Shea?" threatens to sweep It Into the "blcity" low Hint IIIIVB not In the man let nnaturd '
C ...CaII'. Ma9 . .f "I take this as an auspicious class over night. Following lax( due muter the 1 pi-ovfi>lonH of
t 1 omen for puolicatkm of Cliapter' 14"71..1.. of I Ml.: Lawn' of
my political career, re- announcements that K O O
7/7/5 OFFER FULLY GUARANTttD KI..H.I.I. will he <'''''llrl..1 l to the L-M O TORo
npcn !led Captain O'Shea effusively, two huge paper mills will be erect itovrrnor( who will Issue iiroi'lamil, I *

"10 have me the Irish leader at ed there immediately to employ roi t ion'poriit nt IOIIH.llltAI that. tlnitf itlNHolvlnff. eulil. A Nor. I N K AND OILSI'i

fir, i t1 Gentlemens the outset I have no fears us to thousand) of workers Mayor P. C >t t-'oltl ('l/I'eTv I \'K; STATIONS. IN Hit.'flFn1'') rorrrv: \E .','" i

the result of the election now." Kelly pleaded with newspaper men stnrke' Ci>., 1"'k.'tn.lIvl": ,, and r'urnlttire SERVICE; WITH A roUVf F.TK LINK C T

L' f I enclose l__ Jot which please send< m. "Thank you. Captain O'Shea. to warn Job hunters, homeseekers I Tt li. further illrvi terl that u iopv CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

tl I the magazines I have checked togather with ai Goc.il luck In County Clare. And ;lnd vacationists to stay away. of In thlx the nni III.itdffiril ire.. lit. .. puhlMheii County .TVIt'trniph. oar 'time TUB: NRrT:: TIME ,'91'ti! TUTOR RI'NS HOT C.KT. : 1 itT

)i I )7 year' subscription to your newspaper no-, If you'll excuse me ." With- "Theie are no hotel accommodations a tivwMp.iper' fMihtifhett' in 11..1.1. IiItI.-: ( ;OTn 0,1cft1I'vis FROM: ONE OF T"t.tMT'IONS :
out further County' "'101'111.In whu-h roiint> the
for in
glance the gushing Fetnandint. he said home sifter of the nliove lltteil, :
cnrpomtlon -
iS Name_ ____ __________ | Captain, Pal nell stepped into the "There are no houses for rent and IN':IM Hhftvvn WtTMS.:to! he 1on11rd ,I Kitty's -- Dad Renders 13.23West
k'e carriage with Davitt Redmond only a few that can be bought have .hereunto U'llRltllOr1.: : t )
art End
luy Brooker
Lk I I Street or R. F. D. O Ellen and Murphy following. Workers employed In construction hand .and t-aiiftMl. the ftretit Harrison's (

e J "What do you know about this of the Kraft: Corporation's. mill j{I Neal ida. I to of b.the affixed Stale' of Ml Flor Tilllahaeeee. .. D. E. ROBERTS, Agent

1'i Y,, ." Town and State man O'Shea:' he asked Davltt."I cannot find accommodations buare t ,, the Cupltal., then. BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIESWORTHINUTON
the 2irr: |
day of
don't know July A. ,
much about him""For living In other small towns aa sl| D. 1937. I SPRINGSPAn.
t -------- ------ some reason" observed far as twenty mites away," (SEAl>) It A. Oil AY. I I
FC'ItI:1'\: :\ uF STATM.

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JC L2' 23, 1937 ______ __ _. __ _. IilL\.DFORD t()t"NTT 1"D..EGR.'PB. RTARKZ II'LORlD.\ 'GE THB6t0
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NOTICE I .......,..,... a e\ T R A 0..... Jl Taxes 4.4Mte I .......'1..6i.a. "..... 1' R. (t..... .Tue.(.... BROOKER

All NW. of %llaner. 4>a)>ey, Correpond l i
J NB'4V of 4.32 .
.a I.<,t..49.. 50In Woodlawn .19 ,,6 22 20 W. H. Wainwright
public road "i..
ex 6 A In :
Lot 33 I in W ood-
NW for-19 A & 8 440 ft 1': WI'.o"f ___20 6'2 II Mn. C. O. Bu'ey ___ 204 Rrovkrr tkrfrotii !\11... .nopy, 8-0 7

orN1': afNW'la p'H"" 1iII'. { .v E\JI rot NETS! of NW'4 1"11II Brooker's baseball nine defeated
hereby given that the following dencilbed lands or tot4ihrr 93-100. A & S 440 ft of 1:: +.,W1f1Il I A for eentef.r7 ___ _21 6 12 19 (!. 1 & ::11 blncfelder__ n.19
*..II 'I 1-: .) of NWyofNWL'* r" "+ d E\< of of 86'4------23 6 22 20 D. II. Sullivan _.___ __ 11.27 Micanopy team Sunday evening at
: ,i a. will be necessary to pay the 'amount" due for taxes of 6 67-100 A & N 1DO ft of : .".,. ',. W\v" of SW"%t',4, or HE" A
the local bafltbnll

'.*alvalulug her" ;, will be Bold at public auction on Monday, the 2nd day 2 27-100: of A NW'-4& N 150 54-100 ft ofSKV ,, '" Corn NI'334))0'ft 19 or SW Cor of of 8-5. I t
% If N
>"* 1 n. J937 at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Court 4 & N IGO fl. of SW, of '' 396 f4 HI NWI4 UO ft. a run 398 ft. JHctirH'py' scored In the tint Inning -

< A"611d the County of Bradford In the City of Starke, State of N":'., W of public road W 330 ft to beg ___-_ ..23 6 U :J' J 1.nw.ry ._. 8.81 as their pitcher led off with a
rote dr I -4 60-100 A .. 34NE'i 6 U !DA Hrtlbron Mineral Water FlIj, nf NW'% of :> -_ 21: 6 22 211lr (1 W. flro"'n __ 1 5.17

gnda11.err1. Co. ---?-__------ 38.64 2 A un N "I".. of NS* ofNEr4 wulk, Ftldgel punned' him around
of NE*; ex '<, A In ;; Rounded }1by to second on a single and Hawkins
T.... NE far & ex about 7 A .Ian. Byrd Ii & W by A.
.tie. "''ft'. T R A Owaer 4:'..,. In SE Cor & ex platted M. Blanchard -_ : II 22 2 Joe 'rl"o --. -03 sacrificed them around a base. 1 1
"" lands In HW 'or & ex a. lot 2 1 Town f2J
of 333k With two.out Mean them
W', .-._.36 8 19 80 Il'mplr.. Lumber Co) strip 1.10 ft wide N it: 8, .awl.y, 'VeBI .f Ry .2J: 6 22 Mrs. Enoch Griffla .__ n.49 !
''II''I (N. U. H8yee. t.t.) _. 20 03 N of Blk 4 & 7 of Loin I 24. in with a single.
SF4 .1Et,!, (Ifof Hellbron Springs also all Jo'to" of lLa2w1 yBI Westor

t &; 'I; of NE'k that portion of NWt of 1 r Y3 S u 141r. Enoch Orlft! 2462 Brooker went ahead In their
F**''A, ,j _. 2 1 19 210 N. O. Hayes, E"I. ._____ 18.16t NT.V; E of road ex 1.... A Lot 7H of I1Ik''T -w'---ofLawtey ---- tui n at bat when Morgan wan safe 2

S,1.; !WI41VVP54: of In NW Cor & ex platted AL' :' West of Ry._ 23 II U E.'of!' Bennett _________ 647
ctA,4; __________ 2 T 11 J20 n. B. Roberta ___n__. 46.13 lands In SE 'or & ex aalrip130ftN&SNof { Lot 3 of R1k 4, Town of on an error and Strickland's two-
__.10 7 19 10 Bank ____ 10.09 6 22 J. D. Randall 1249
.U -- bane smash!! Into left field brought
.b of FE11 ..::__.11 7 19 10 Federal Land Bank _.u 10.09 Blk 4 Hellbron Springs 36 6 21 43 Green A Mitchell 16.n l'o1"lffwt\ ::: 11-Con;
.Y 0 I Apr, __ .._.-_25 6 20 10 H L .Joh".. ___ .__ _. 3.31 Ben 150 ft S of NW Oor of I "f lot 4 of nlk I &. rUn Morgan across the plate Strick
11. of .t : k NE540f SW14 I of NE'i' & run S R 100ftW68ft.N100ft. '. t
71y' .,. land advanced to third on Col son ,
.____ ____.38 6 20 120 H. L Johns __.._._ .__ 9U 299 8.10 ft, E 14.14 ft to l. to beg, Town
.h;:7V1 nf' of RW' kfend right of way thenreNortherly ,,,-,, I of Ewtryft W."t ..f Sty .23 6 22 W. H. Edwards ____ 3080 drive to second and Louis!! worked

lit N 318 7-10 ft. W ty' : Lot I of Rik' 7. Tow of Welch for a walk, and both run-
: offf sF i& NE". or36 1252 ft to bear In II!<4 of ; I 1.a..I"y West of Hy23 1 22 F R. "ArI'adlne ______ l22G I

___ II 20 120 3) C. Nctt1.e ___ ____ .n 27.1 NRV 3. 6"1 8 Nand Wainwright ---- 404 Lots 3.; 'IJ,>> of Lots I nets!! scored on W. Runs' two-base
F R'r.tS"'" :-__..36 5 20 10 JI.L.John.u .91 Com 75 ft N of Blk 4 on E 2 of ti't Town oil hit to center field.
rt4. .f h --- 1 6 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. __u .91 side of public road In l.awl..y West of fib ___ .23 6 22 '\'. C. .1Jf'"NI.. 'Wooten 887
Y'r' fry': df 9W'S4 u 134in Hellhron Sptlng-a & run 14311, of Lots I 2 of 8 The rain before the game made

\ Nip-; 'or ______ __ 1 8 ZO J9 W. W. EaIBden. __u.__ 398 N along E aide 1 of said own of LawteyVeet: t tAl
: rtiHd 65 ft, thence E flt 23 II U W. C. Wooten' 7680 playing difficult for both teams..
NW'4 lit fll\\ ----- --
.1. 6c Ip1Vi4, N' of right nna-les 160 ft 9"I T.nt: I.i; Town Morgan found the ball very hardto
\"L.; & Com thence S parallel With.a of Lawtey WeNt of lty.J!: 6 .2 Mn. Enoch OrlftlN 1640
I'W' .
ot control and Issued four walksand
W'I NE Id road 65 ft, thencW *- All lUk 10 Town of Law. f

Cd'' ;i C11p,4( of NW% 8t at right angles 150 tey "N of fly 23 6 U A. 111, Lewis .. '. 10 t.oAI"rll hit three butters but managed r
ft to the of heg 36 6 21 ceiS All 1315 Law-
( ,,1.. W H. 2-3 pt J. T Qulgley ___ n' Town of 10 work out of all the Jumn exceptIn 1{
t"686 E H8 3.3jds'tot Coin nt NW Cor of mk'4 \ Weet of fly .23 6 22 R. A. Blanchard __ B57
yd" ----
pt of beg ____ 1 6 20 100 M. H Moody .. ._____. 11.68 of Ifellbron spring fe 14. Town of Law- the first and second InnIng
run N 130 fI. E 440 ft H Icy Weet or fly .___Z3 6 U Mra. M. 11 Well. .. ___ 01.40 Welch
gh, .f SF'. lit All SE'. 110 ft, W 440 ft to b..g'at .. Tot I of lin II fllk 5, Town Micanopy pitcher was

f''SE''; R or McKinney. -._.n 6 20 58 N. (I. Moody ___.__.__. 6 41 right lei with angles public to rond A paral.ex. )1 '2'J! LOI.2,3.4of of Lawtey West felt of I71k5 fly. 23 6 U A. 11. Harley ______ __- 541 reached tor nine hits!! during the

pranrh"W''. ......21 6 20 40 P. T. Knlpht ___n____. 4.02 lot In NW 'or of same Town or Lawt"y West, game he walked three men and o

E"r 01 of Ff'" ___ 22 6 20 80 Qeo.. C. Johns. .__...__ 24.991> 55 ft N &: S by 150 ft J E;: .... of By _. ____ 23 II U Abble. 10. Harley _______ In struck out six. f
__ 20 40 Oeorre C. Johns __.... 1078 ,
1, "t'I t4 .__ & W 36 21 Maud Wainwright 4.4 All H. A, Hall.y Lot & all
'fFE;, _. _23 8 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.___ 1078 E'tj' of j.o-I--" 7-, ij. I 9-(;ti3ik ---- )1"1f tot J Town of Morgan allowed six hits and q'

::1 I'lk 15 New 3 & 101: ,,f Lots H, 12 of .' Weet '
1.lIwt..y of Dr
fly---.23 1 21 W. __
U. hrown ___ 2265
.r !3.U 6 20 Unknown: .._____..__.. 204 Blk 4 & Lois 1, 2, 11, 12, Ulag Lot M Town of Lawn. struck out seven. S. Mott Strick

RI'< "t '".e( ._____.26 6 20 40 Geo. C. Johns .___ ___ 10.78 of Elk 7 & all Blk 8 ex toy Wpet ',t fly 21 5 12 J. T. Reddish ..___ __ 3.(08 land and \" Rum were the leading
w'4 or :r. 28 6 20 40 P. T. Knight -----. 4021 Lots: 3 & 10 In HellbronSprings at SE Oor of HotelLnt
pip tf NWT &: 1 II Maud' Wnlnw right 303 & inn N 75 ft, for hitters for Brooker with two hits
E'I 29 6 21 2SO D Johns, ..__. 81 08' ;;- ; ---- apt
1. ;
"" ,1,r Et4 One half undivided of lieu, thence, run W apiece Ridge) and Means were beat
________31 6 20 60 I'nknown 24 56
yof hot 2 --- -- est In Lois 1, 2 & 75ft.N75t, E75ft,
81. r'f-------- Lots 11, 12 of Klk S 75 ft to pt of her., for Mlcanopy.
1ttI, ,1 10 _______.31 6 2010 .1. M. :Mtislfl ?. .______ 22.26 Hellbron Springs 21 Mrs' Mind Wainwright 45R Town of Lowboy West Brooker will Waldo '
play Sunday
a' oj NE'I' _____.82 6 SO 110 T :M Stevens ..-.__. __. 19.f3I4 Wl, of NW't' of SW'4 21 =JO riubv Ollsoon --.. 2.24 of Ky 23 II 22 t). IMnckburn: _. m 07B
01 9E'41-' .------r___83 8 20 40 T. M. Stevens _______ 4.48 WOO of .. of Onslot55ftN&8by' 101 evening and the public Is Invited to

.\\... of .'. & 654>> ofSE' All HW, of NE'4 NE'S ;ft K & W, South of Hotel attend.
of :VWVi ____|J J 20 60 P. 9. Colnon ._'.._u__ 24.85 road ..---.--'-- 21 51 Tflte .Mvares1S7 319 Im ex a lot 21 ft :N &
+ of ':' .. 20 40 '1'. :M Stevens ________ 10 Oj All NE1% N of road 21 Mrs Annie R Alxares : 1184 Sby40ft E& W In SB I The line-I'H :
g" OED--------_ 41 20 20 T. M. "Steven' _____ 5.27: sw\i\
u0f" !; 21 HII 'W. J Foster J4 78 t'or of same. Town of1.aovtey Micanopy: Welch Rldgel c
._____ U 6 20 40 W..R. Hodge ____ 6.83 ...fswi' p; ; )
.. r- N'-l 21 SO Fmplre Litmher Co. 10.78N' West of Ry 23 22 J. U lTarrt.ll & Co. __. 1361!
eof, AWy of SW'!,:&: of SEV4 f'NJ-1'- :: : : 21 20 W J Foster ..- .-- 691 Lot 50ftN&Sby 75 ft Hawkins 2-b; Smoak If; M..anll.lb ,

h7E'4 .f 911. '. ._-______33 <_, 10.eo. Alfred' Thomas _____... 1083 St- of SEW NB'i & :- E & W In NB Cor of Ho- ; Walkup, sa; H. Mott. 3b Preston d
NF J of 1 1S of NW4 of SEV4 & tel lint. Town of Law.
I .r &SI'1 lV of Nw\4\ &: Rfot: 3 6 21 fO TV R Malslop' ._ ..h__ 819 ley Went of Ry '_h. 29 6 22 Emma: P. Hill __n..__ B 27B cf; Yawn rf j

SII"Wvr: or $ It >--..__---33 8 20 240 T. :M.: Ptevens .___--,._ 68.88 ':, SW'i ot-IOE4------- 1 6 21 50 Tl. r>. Reddish _:. : 1078 224 One Lot on State !st' 60 ft Brooker: S Mott 2b; Morgan
S of SWC' 4 6 21 iO Empire Lumber Co.
Pf' 14\V'. SE\4'\ SWti of Nfc"t &-'Ei.C''' OfNWV4 N&Sby 100 ft K& W p; Strickland, as; Col.ion If; Louis, ,
y off 33 6 20 120 T. M Stevens ___. ._. 12.85 Hounded N by R. R.
.. ____ 11 48
BR,4 NWfc of 101"; ,. 5 6 21 120 W. J Kolllfip
RUNS J. B. Rum cf
Thede At H ; c ,
y of 8', of 2t-a.! 8W 4 of /SWM __ .__ ._,._ !SSE14 II 21 40 Empire. Lumber. ('n._::. C 62 Town by Lake Ave. ; ;
20 10 Federal Land Bank ___ 104 of
Lawtey Westof
8 > _____ 6 tl 40 Empire Lumh..r"o.u_ 691 Brown J-b; Weeks, rf.
NW" of 8E 4 ..__ __. 8
''aili L 1* r "._W.. 7 7cfS'j 20 160 B T. Stewart; _-______. 6071 All 8 6 tl 640 Empire Lumber Co.__ __ 83.11N Hv -------3 22 Mm. Enoth Griff) _. 111.47S
\I\ of 1.01. 7..8.-.. 7 7 20 47 Unknown _____.-__-- 162 4 A' of- -f----! : 'vjt Wj of Lot 1.. Town ofl.uwI'y Score by Innings,: It II E I
Ell 01 S\\"I, & Wi of NE'4 ---- 10W4 6 21 4 R D Reddich -- .-- 1.11 Bv .of 21-24-25-26 IxmlB 220 000 .5 0 4 h
---- 22 H Hill --.-__.___ 1208 Micanopy __ 1-
SW' k !"EIL of W54 of NW*4 of N EvA N lot R, Town of
I ,* shout J \ E of l'ubUe S' A of W'4 of SW'4 of East cif !Ity 21-24-25-26 Lawtey 5 82 Ceo F. Young 24 23 Brooker _____320 012 x-8 0 1
------- 31
road k Sr.'. of SWV4 e I II NE'44&N.S\ AofE'A0! Com at NW Cor 4
of 3 A
1 A In AFCor' .n_____ 8 7 20 196 Mrs Alma Shaw, ------ 65.91 I 911ofNW8I of run S 246 ft, E 120 ft, to -9 -1

A In SB (for of NEW of N 8 A of EH of NW'i] of a fit nt beg, thence run BOA TDRA1NM
._ 463
___. 7 20 1 Unknown 8.78 NE'------------------1O I 21 34 Frank Thomas ---
I OWl, ._o_- ------- -- --JJ I 10 HO ft. H 100 ft, W60
a 4 of Blk 3 Warllrltv' Ni4 of SW'i & SE'i ft. N 100 rt to pt of beaKast r.. Z. Z. Orlffls, Correspondent
u _
[ ____ __0. 7 20 H. B. Crosby _________ 7.47 SW,, & IIW'. of NW4' & W C. Ward .____ 13 (5 Lnwtey 21-24-2A-2A 5 22 n C & Mattle Reed.! _. 977
of fl 21 170
t t.'F. 9, in 11 of Ilk 7 fUrWI.. of SE"-4 NW'4.-10 Lot 12, Town of Lawtey Miss Ruth Morrell of Lake But.
> R. T. OsteenM. ...___...__ 7.47 sn,i ,_io e 21 80 Sim Kelley --- ------- 7(9
Ward I'ltv _-. n" I 7 A : Ellnt of fly ._.e 21-34-21-26 6 22 Mr*. E. R Harmon __.. 231
,,t 11 "J Hilt 11 Ward N'6 of SEr4. St' "SW-4 cf Lot I, Sub ply of Lot 13, ler is visiting her brother-in-law
._._ 16 26
rlty. ._ __ g 7 SO / P. :Mathenv ________ 190 RSWf'W'- -- _10 II 21 I 120 Empire Lumber Co._ Town of Lnwtev East and slater Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
RudeAlex 1595 ,
80 :Mrs' Iva
>t tl 7 8 <.f Blk "lY'Wara ... I 1 --. .11 6 21 -- 224 of Rv ___. 21-24-25-26 6 22 \\'. J. Unrber __on ____ 418Olady
| City' __ __?-?_ ,8 7 20 Mrs Mary Hobbs ______ 8.78 Elj+, of NE1i'. of PEVi .. 11NW'i 6 21 fI L* Barnes ------ 02 Lot 16, Town of Lawtey Green.
Vttnf'BU, 16"Ward? rity.8 7iotil 20 R. T. Oeteen .__..___u 6.88 of K\V14 ... -12NE 6 21 40 Alex L Barnes -- .--- 11'19 4 East of fly __. 21-24-25-28: 6 S3B Oreen ".._n_ 4 G7I..I
40 Lydia Tyson Mr. and Mrs Z. Z. GrifflH Mr.
> of -13 6 21 : ,
2, 8. 4. 12, 13 of Blk -4 SE'4 ('roobi ::_.:: 224 17, 18 Town of Law-
[ 11 Ward City ___nn I 7 20 Sf. O Harrell _n___..__ 4.78 Ali'' Of SW', of NW',4,14__ .18 6 6 21 21 640 so L.Xar Empire Lumber-Co.____ 8311 ley, K of Ry 21-24-23-26 22 J. U Harrell 'hn '.31 and Mia. W. E. Green, Ruth Mor- 4
jt. S.,0,7, 8, 9 of Blk 18fwird Lot 21 Town of l.awtevEast
Cllv __ __.____._ I 7 20 J. P. Roberts ._.__..,._ 20.91 All thatportion of "NW'4of of fly .. 21-24-23-26 6 22 J. L Jliirrell _.___ _n_ 19.OJM roll and Grace Glover attended
n 6. 6. 7, 8 -of Blk 20 j N f:. North cf 1397 Lot 24 Town of l.Aw'"y church at Wateroak Saturday
[ Ward Olw .. _- 8 1 20 H. P. Gainey ______.+__ 4.78 State iflKhway, 28 -. 22NWVJ 6 21 SB B L T:M.> Vlnlng 1feRae84 -- -- --- East of fly _23-24-25-26 5 22 ] J Bell __ _____-'-___ 231 and
of __ -------.3 6 21 40 night Sunday.
Blk Ward I SE'4 L' & a strip' off W
t 12 of 22 Co._.,_ 1078
___ ... __ 22 6 21 80 Empire Lumber tld2,6 01
City .. __ 8 7 20 Mrs Laura E. Baxter_ 1.90 I of SWJ4 Lot 26, Town of Arch Prevatt made a business
.. of & of T.s wtey Ea.t of 1
NW'i I
tie'" E'. ol' the. following of NW'i SW" of NW'4 Nii__ 23 6 21 0HO H :M. McRaeF'dernl __._____ 432 Ry .___ 21-24-26-26 6 22 M. J; Bell __ __________ 4.60 trip to Palatka Saturday night. +.
detrriheil piece prop- Lot 2** Town of
Tty: Com al SB Cor ofrE1i W NEli T of .v.0/231: Land Bank -. 3627 East of Rv 23242526N'ji Lawtey 6 22 W. V." Moore __________ 10.SO Manning Prevatt and Mr. and

i nt nwvi &dUt': W 8. 9 10. 11 Blk ;!;1 ; of Lot 33 Town ofl.avitey Mrs. Willie Bennlefield of Gainesville -
Lots 7, ,
156 yde. N so Ward Citythroes 8. CroRhy Lake Shores -24-25 e 21 Unknown ____ ______ 204 Enst of Emma P. Hill ____ -_-- 281 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.
'" ,
rYEnt Lot 12 of Blk 21, CroehYLake Hy __ 23- 4256 II 22 tF
Along said Shores __ 24-2S 1n T M. StephensEmpire .-- -.. 140 Lot 37 Town of Lawtey Griffls Monday.
boundary 158 yds thence __ _-__ _-_.___27NHi 6 21 aO Lnmher Co.. 1078 fillet of Hv 23-24-2S-2H 6 22 Joe Cooper __ . 5 90
Wl of NE
k Hid! to heir" ____ S 7 20 1'4 <3. B. Coleon .-..nn_. 427 I % d Rev. George C Hall of Jacksonville f
m tt SV Tor e 120 and Mrs.
_29NWV4 fI 21 was visiting
.,, & run E11482.3 SW'/J -- 40 Unknown __ _____: 7.54 East of Hy 21-24-25-26 6 22 J W Robinson! __ 4B7 I
8W4' _____ 6 21 n -
tdn, .V *fl )'d'<) to S Uoun.i of 33 Lot 48 Town of Lawtey 1 Z, Grlffls Monday on his return
i<.rv of Ward City, I Iota 1 1.3 of Elk 10, SampsonCity -1 J. McKinney __ 672 East of fly 21-24-25-26: 6 22 J.V.. Robinson ___.... 389
; A. of series ol
__ 4EH 1 21 I home after the clone a
Ih.nr.I' Mid] boun- .: Lot 49 Town of Lawtey
on 15
D al .
__ __ __:::: 8 7 21 to Berry > ---- ---
ilarv ISd 2.3 yd., thence of SE'i East of Hy 21-24-25-26 6 22 Fannie Rotlnoon .____ 2.81 meetings at Wuteroak Sunday

s SO )'do to tea ______ 8 7 20 3 J. P. Hobert ______,__ 369 NWV of SE'i & Wl of Lot 2. Cuts Sub lily East
NEV4 of SE vi SH of land Bank __ 9.40 Lawtey _..________ Florence' Bell __ B44BIO night.
Hi Fetlernl
\ of M5I} & NE'4 of __ 7 21
SWlJ of NE'i Lot 7. Olts Sub I>lv Meet of
__ .91 1 Mrs. Gieen and children
fEi H k Porter 6 M. J.
ex Ry right of _. __ ._ 14 7 21 40 orr n .
NW'4 of 8WV4SWH LawtevLnt Fannie narner _
say. 9 7 20 74 David Coleman _oo.___. 1871 of NWWHU _. --18 7 21 40 W. M. barker ----.--- 691 H oils Su---------------Div East n Miami are visiting relatives of this

s1: ot 1''t: 7 20 40 L B. Crosby .__. ._____ 7.17 of SW.4 of NE'4W & foil _. _. Unknown 310
__. ._______ 13 67 wl..y section for few weeks.
j of VEI4', ____. 9 7 20 811 Empire Lumber Co.. __ IS 80 54 of SE* .16 7 21 1(10( t'nknown N'. of HW of 91114 & SVi a
h' ot.fE'i --_____.10 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13.30 NE4 4-. ---. 17 7 21 40 Heiry Loyal u_, _.hn 269 of s NW-4 of IoIE'. 24 S 22 40 tinvId Durban _.. 16.40 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlffls and b

nf Sf: > & SE'i ___ofiVi 20 P. A. Crosby .__ ____ 34.48 wCof W'a! of NEvi' & B 60 Unknown -- 1367 Fie' of SWli of 8Wyy of children Mrs. Arch Prevatt and
1tR1t '' 10 7 120 .n 16 \ of NWH ___. 20 7 21 NE'4 -- .24 5 22 B Young A Chandler ____ 780
\' & wT tb Clf1oW' All SE'4 of RE'. W of fly20A&El of SW'i' of NE'i 24 22 20 A. A Eleanor Schnell 6 76 children, Mrs M. J. Green and children .
; n fly right cf j of SW*4 offiE" *' of SW-i of NK'i24 : 22 10 F. Young 487
Albert Griffis and Harvey
___10 7 20 J08 David Coleman __ 26.7S ,
ayoiNR'i' un % & NE' of SE" ex 101'of NEVi or !SE'i' & "Eriof .
I & NW'i of Ry right of way & 1 A SE>4 .. .. -___ -. ..24 6 22 110 M E. & J. n. RnndnlL. 24.22 Gainey spent the day at Klngsley
l W'4 & Fir of !SW/ ..13 7 20 JIIO H L Hough .n_______ 2225 Cor of SE'4 of of NEi4 of
*y'. :VK', of SE'i .Z___14jf0RvNW'4 7 20 2f1 Mr*. Leila J. Hough___ 8.48 HW\InrNE __ ". .20 7 21 78 I. C. !Smith -----_____ 909 4 12 of NEVt 25NW'i S 22 120 M f J. D. Randall.- 4769 Lake Sunday. l
7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13.30 SW' NWli"l21NEt4 7 SI 20 Unknown RW64..Y5: 5 10 1I'i"e" :: Mlsae Mae and Melba Prevattare
E 10/fRF.1AW, 910A&16 I Wu o J\f. 40 Horr ox : of ti ? 22 7 21 of HW14 25 6 22 10 C. L & M Ulngfddtr.. B.93:
PWL.. of sE14' __.__ ___16 7 20 70 J W. Padgett ____no 9.151 ;N'" of Mg', lens 3.4.in NE: NW\4 /-W\.0 of '. A spending some time with their ., '

It A of 6EI4' at SE% I'or of NWj of SE'i NW'. of SEli of RWt..25 6 22 20 rwr.t mr Ies S 6 .1-8 -' ________18 7 10 8 O. C. Kelley ?______.. 3 96 Also com 87 yds E of E>4 of N'4 ofNWLi r
of Jacksonville.Mrs.
Prevatt .
W" lees A NW cur of 811' & EofIJJ4\ of

v ____17 7 20 '34 V. W. Hamilton _d___ 24.0B run W "I..d NW'4 __ ___ 25 S 22 !B Ellen Tlsdale .__ ___-_. 1200 S. F. Griffis. and childrenwere
|14 .f IiWI> of NW'4 7 20 JO E. C. Long _._________ 7 t71A yd.. thence a little S of s IM of Nii' of "NEi4"of"
. .. ofEt4 t of NE714.21 7 20 U O. C.' Kelley ____._____ 608 E 264 yds, thence N 144 26 6 22 10 Arthur Lee ..m" __ __ 390 visiting Mrs. Z. Z. GriffIs ,

14 of NEt. '". ____21 7 20 ,40 Empire Lumber Co.-. _. 6 88 rite to beR- A ex 100ft 14" H B lA.nrins _____ 1311JO \vNAofSW4ofSWr4ofNEL4 Monday.
.f o.WI:.; Ei; 01 right I of way road IS 24 7 21 n --- --._____26 5 22 M J Bell __ _. ____._ _._ 644
t.WI, I.; Sl\'t4 of 8WH- 7 211 2M Empire Lumber Co.-___ 82 88 10 A In SE Cor of SE'4 S'4 of SE'I of NW'I.-.26 S 22 20 John A Andrews 617 Mrs. M. J. Green and brother, C {

of 1'1(0' _]'24 7 20 10 Cnknown ____._. ___ .20n.24 of HEVi 8 of public H B. Wtrine ________ 621 Wt4 of HWi4 of NW>4 26 B 22 10 Qulcrley A Levis ..- :.: t, S3 A. Griffis, were visiting their sister -
t "rir'of'Se'cTf"* 4 7 21 Com at SW for of SW-4 of
un Wt Mrs. Dan Boree of Lee Lake
'hun on Sec line 80 1 A"fa in SE'Cor'of WH'of"SW4 SE>4 A run E on Sec line ,

', :N.; 20 rhns, E 80 of SEVl Bounded 41* ft to a pt of heathenc Tuesday evening. Z "

Mss *"e line S 20 E by State oad. 13 & 8 1 R. S Waedln __ ._____ 219 N 660 fl. K 198 ft Mr!!. Hattie Moore has returnedto 1 1
I thns to i Stark __ 2746 88 .. 2f 7 II 6HO +
bK .-______ T 20 200 Bank E'i : of S,>&> Of SEM' of NW\4\ oa & NW',4'\ her home in Ovleda after
;i&tEtF1V NWu A In NV4 "f NoE'4 deededby SE'4 ,- .. ____u .26N'4 6 22 13 Federal Land lank.__ 1007 ,
44 N of spending a few weeks with rela-
.t' k 14E1' Wm. Jones ex 100 ft 73 CL.. Richards 2913 of 8E'o! SWVJ B
:W-): 1 t ;; right of way road 13 ._..24 7 21 26 Unknown __......_. 817 of Ry .. __ .. _____26 5 22:! 10 FederolLand. Bank .___ 4 67 tives.
: '.f or of Sec 26 A: .- q 26 A of NW4 of 8E>4--85 ofNW'4 7 21 SWU of NW i of NEH: ___27S 6 22 10 J. C. Prevail .____ __ 4 S7 Y 4
IIn '"" 1"0 lln l 40< The North 14 Acres > of SE<4 of SE'4 of SE14
'''hn.. uv,8" chne E 40 of L'\o"o"\ : A toNE W' of HE', of SE'i AHK HAMPTON .
rhos (i.-o -hna to- b I'or & ex right 13 M,... Add.e Jackson --- 107 of KWli of 8BU AStfli 0 1 1NI.
Ib *.- of rood. 13 __-.26 7 21 __ 55 E E. Burner. ___.. __ 10 80
of 27 I
.A1.0 hpg at a pt 60 .way n of HEU SWVi .. ass !Mlese.. C..._.......l ,
< W .Jo.:.; B cor of Lots 1, 2 3, 4 or Fruclless 168 Bank cf Starke _____. 3316 8" of Lots 03.:) 64 Wood-
!,5 run w 1539 ft.Bee!W ... :. __ ZO 7 21 : lawn .. .n.--- ---29 6 2! 10 'Wesley Crews _ ___ 1 824C2 1
224I. N N25 A BFLS of NEYL: 24 W. McE> r 803 Loa 45 a W t The Rev. A. J. Turner will f
1539 ft. E 134 ItW."Pt Xf Cnn.Y3i 7 JlI ---------- 1'n'd( : '
1, ___25 7 20 488 Unknown _______n._ 9833 I 1 1 In SVV KV, at tat 44 preach at the Baptist Church next ;
ofof FWgt4B'ti' 1.10 A In NW Cor of lawn _.__ ___ ___ .__--31 5 21 30 H. J. ThomasS ___ _un
E4 1t \ : of 36 f 21 SO J. Q. Rosier .....___" 7.0B NEVi of NE 4 W of Rv & Lots 6.'. 56, 57, B8 In Wood- Sunday morning and evening.Mrs. 4
( ;; \bof SWI4----.'- 11 40.J. Rosier -_ B.49 S In NK Car of NWy' 6 L C SmitH ..________ 242 lawn -_ _. __ __ _. .31 22 III Mrs Mand Walnwnrht 1450 Vaghts of Gainesville will
1 6 ..
i 01 NW'I of Awt4pall Lots I I. In Woodlswn ._82 6 :2: 20'f'.I..Y' Crews .. .. '.U
xlnf.E1: \ nt8w'. W of Com on'S IIn lie i4 fly20hft.N210ft.1io E"j nf SW'i of .SKi; A: be here at 10 o'clock a. m. next 1

Ht.1e Farm 4 Wainwrlfit __ 13.97 NEH on W of $'', nf RK'i of UK'4 ex Sunday to reorganize and
, road ._____25 6 21 35 W. H. n W arrange :
I I In SE::% 8EM Of
del 4eif i In ,,ar"Uvld..d Inter- W 1':1iI': 4 W of; R"yf _. ....84SWt 5 22 89 Vnknown .':!.__... .._. 9 17 for the Baptist Sunday School to
I 84 of 8WV4 ez line of Ry right of way.thence of HW"4" of FlP.',.. 35 6 22 10 Oeo. d'oleman------- 234 be a standard Sunday school and
JlJJ Orre In NW Cor ex S along ealo 2 R. S Ti'a..dln .__-..... 760 W'4 -if N'{| of :.NWti Of
J hat portion N of right of way to beflr.. -- 29 1:21: ;NW'4 ,. _,36 5 22 ]f. 4'. I II :M Ijlngfelder .. 8 67 all members of the Sunday school

ernd.d' -only road run- Wu of NW4 ex 1 A tor 21 79 Mrs P J Byrd u____ 646e.urrh S'i of NWU of NE'i _n 3 6 22 19 O. T. Nelson ________.. 2.87 and church are urged to be preaant.
from lo 7
State Farm _____ IoIf.', of NW'4 ex, N 200 ft .
,;o E k FtV'4;\ 01 aE.iZII!, S 21 115 Mrs :Maud 'Walnwrlsnt) 21.62 Lou 1. 2, or Fra,1 NEI(, &." of way .__ ... 3 ( 22 34 It H Roesell ... 1020 .

8 \ :.f W I. of NW% & Lot I or Frael NE' ofNW14 afo ', o Rttht 4SW4 & WI I, of There will be services
,'A \ .f ubllo l'oa4- 8t SE' of NW'4I. 160 Rank cf Stark) ------- $2.23NEleesvSofA of NE14 __.. 4 8 22 no A J. Bryan .__ ., 7,05 baptismal
oR't & 10\. In %. of.f In SVT CorJ.f 7 21 40 Emma lauehlenhardt1589 N'4' "f N"* ___ 7 6 22 40 Adam Oreen __ __ __ .__ 4.01 conducted by Rev. A. J. Turner at
.f 10\;\ '4t' I 4 SIIf Con [ NWVi 7 21 HFi4: of NE'4' .* 7 4 22 40 C. J Qulna ___ ____ .. 10.79 three o'clock
'. nf N W' ____.2B 6 21 21 T. I* Monk 2 43 ', & MI: of 200 Bank of Starke __._-. 1934 W"4 Of NW 4 of NW'i. 8 6 22 10 Adam 'JreenJas __,,."_41___ 1." p. m. f
"l HN1W. (.or Of Sow Nd'S *JNH of 8 Wj4.__8 6 1 2J WM of WH of NW1,4 of I The Rev. W. E. Daughter/, who

___ Frank Morgan _______ 1.40 NWt4 & N? 22 10 ;J . 41011P.lI.wnt
Et4 ______25 B 21B 1 65 of4. Ey o 40 Mrs N. T Rltch ------- JO.1.WJ NW 4 .- 10 6 Bailey has been confined to bin bed for
E" of I I'I/' .. -_.--___Y6 21 40 Frank Morgan _______ 11.37w of NEV of s -ae 4 22B 20 Carton:: M Griff ---- 837 SK'i A EH! of
- ," ...1\ '. II: N\S of ,>> of of N\\4 -_.j 2 22 of -. -11 B 22 611.3. A. Chalkley A Pro._ H." several weeks has a host of }
120 Frank Morgan _______ 81.76 of WJ? of BW'i Elliott Knight 3.90WlJo of SW'E'i'| W7 i of
r't'e, 10 -------- 8W'j friends the
'ir here and
S of 0i&F>f NE'2 5 22 41,14 ..f HWH .- -. _..12 fI 22 60 J. A. Chslkley & Ero. 17 70SWL4 throughout
E4'fr0ml: Bt % : ; 12 6 22 Unknown B.93 W 25 A of jE'.t."f SW%.
Ibo aid 460'1 N"M5& 4In WoodiawnN'l _----1* 5 23 10 ---- ----- & NE'4 of HW', A All that he Is resting better at this

Westerly to a of Lots 7. 8 In WooaSEVr Unknown 467 tvv of SE*4 W of road writing.
t 16"tts 10 -- -------- ,
of NW nt'hens. ". J3 6 22 ::.5A .II 6 22 78 Afacco Inc. ._______. CO.96
.';"Id t(. Ihf' f %not : & LoVs :.7:14 80 Bank
E 132(1( h t1LbejS::38 5 21 20 Hellbron Mineral 'WaterS 18.. In Woodlawn: ... : t 22 22 30 T. T. Blackburn .-..___.9.80 HW'4 of HWI'.. 18NK' 6 22 40 E. Korers ____ 11.71 Thursday at 3:30: o'clock In the
Co. 9,81Ii of SEH W of Ry-14 B 8.14 k 11 Of
E'4 14W''!!SW' --_ ___-26 !1 40 C. lT Ciirt r"IiniI""I 14." All Lot F't'In Wooil.awn __.-14 B 22 10 nknown ------------- SW'; of of NE'1 N" '. -% 14 6 22 to Omen 4V Mitchell _......- 2201 school auditorium( and elected the

'nod &' 1,14 :\.; : of Lots 1. ,3' 7, 8 !In Wood- 22 40 David Rickert ---.__... 1640 1\ A In NEY! of .NBVi See 21bounded following officers for the coming
A Ala 14 5
Nt. ; land of M.
Cor lawn N by
:RE'. ', ''f SWI': ----- -Of21 B 21 23 Ury Reddlrh _.____.... 819 Lora B"l6r'32"ln""Wood, : 30 D. L Rirsby ________-. IS ITlawn ti. Hagnmsn. S by Center year. President: Mrs. J. L. Hall;
,14'f, s E'% .---...-.28 6 40 )Ira. Maud. Walnwrlght. '.20 .-:. .rrriis 6 22 St. E bv Ry bee' 100 Vice-president: Mrs M. L. Walter
.," f :1:1:1.: ;: S 40 J. A Holllngeworth ._ 402 NMi i.ot'4A In Nood:15 5 F A. Fleher -----..-- 8884A ft K'l In SB for, also 20 .
ot NEi44; -.. 6 21ii 40 W. )M Hollina-sworth -. 4 02 of 6 22 A of Bee. 16, 21 described. son Secretary: Mrs. J. O. Adkina;

,U I N1YVt' of 9'.8 Lou'J' 76, !? 2A In ::1II 23S C. A, Prln.le uh.___ 8.B7 as follows: Kegat a pt Treasurer Mrs. L. A. Johns.
NI\IEI'l.of : 5 20 A. R Bowden ___...._. 1219 In center. of Ry track 415 ..'
1 Lou 4. 13 In Woodlawn.-16 22 In "...n'f., : Mias Grace Adklns returned $
old Matilda Nelson ..... 437 ft to an Iron pout y
J.43" of NE 22 10 .
I::''. S of road_____%J3 I 11 40 Brs. Blanche Wainwright 111 Lot Lot.65 22,In 27 Woortlawn In Woodlawn..l8__.. 17 6 R 21 20 Mri. E. O. Harrry----. 368 Temple ter of sore ..A ok*run,near W "'" Thursday night to Miami after

;: ------------ Lo'. 13. 20 *. Nl* o f Lot M. Reddleh 857 14 r 132O ft. spending a while with her parents.
! 25 W. ----
&fVSfEf.Aoi. ---
_....86 tJ H. H Keene ..__._.... 6.75 19 In Woodlawn -..._......1: I i! 10 J. C. Pringl --.--.-. B U theme taJfN. .s W Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklna of
ll 1.20ft'I' Lot S In Woodlawn E 14 d" '
41; ir' >P r: ::::: 6 40 Frank lIfor.an --- 19kall30b 460 ft, thence 's Hampton.
of Lot thenceN
t.L rof NlY of15 grees N 1320 ft.
: ... -- ._ Sl\v* of 31 In Woort- ..._____ 84* I 14 Oea-reee E 660 ft, '
7 road & ; _______.J8 6 23 10 L. M. Murrhe Mr, U. M. MMcbett and son.
; _______
---- lawn 8 t.
t"" on'wa 8 f40 1f'tJl = 1Y ( 23 20 W. C. Blaney ....._____ '.17 thence E 14 degrees .
In kite i 4d renter trf Ity track Marion, baa returned to her home
. of of Uaii
Of Hn ,fi. -\V. of 9WrAW1Lk b k .. S'1tfl In Woodlawn 22.I 23 !--II 5 23 80 Jl N. Crawford ..... .. 7.88 thence beg ex S on 4U Ry A track on W to here after a visit with her parents

otNa4AWbot. Lots 36. 87 A Eti of 29b side deeded to K. DColeman Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams of

'f of. N9xPtk E\i 01' 8W,,.". NVi Woofo4d$4.4w4 n.*__EVa____of___41_J! B 21 40 Mre E. O. Harvey -... 7,51 -Contmued on Page Six sows ___ 18.21 Henegar, Ala. j

p no 35.44 Lois 63 to Woodlawn-l B *a 29 e. H. Thompeon -.--.- 811S
.. Prank Morgan ------
---___3. B 21 HI
.a. W.

'.- .. r'. .",' ....l.. ,. ......... 0--' .' .:' ;< ". _'_' '__'_ .'. : ', .:.. ., ..- ,:'" .........._ .;...."., ........-z.;._ -. -. _. ,'0,
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r f' I MISS LEILA DEA ANDREWS I MISSION HALL Mrs.\ Durden Entertains Miss

The people came, not because of Andrews At Luncheon Party

my special attraction this week, Miss Leila Dea And ws, charm 'Midlakes"Vacation.
,3ocictrJ but finding pleasure in a service ing bride-elect was he honor

,! .or the Master and wishing to be guest Thursday at .n Informal Cottaij,:,, 'lth

liT 'tirther: instructed in the Word, so' luncheon party, given by Mrs H. home convenier '*- '
:here was a good attendance All water to lining
1,1 A. Durden at her home on Kings. ?, : ,II, ,
11 : ,' .veie fully repaid both In the splenlid ley Lake. rooms Built with, .. lb
Miss Hazel Adkins To James
Engagement Of ; I part taken by the young folks rock tl\'e!
1.1' ; << Frederick Guy Announced At Lovely Tea F, r c in giving their Bible Camp experience Summer flowers, ferns and pal- ed construction} Ft, lnish.
( u m,HOI! formed an attractive setting to accommodat ,
..1 social event of er transformed the porch 11 %' at Lake Swan, and l also in the tinliga,,(
An outstanding greenery for this delightful party. of five or six. Fi,, ,,
It ,
f of loveliness. The ta fine message by the leader on "The 'I lt, ""n
the season took place Thursday into a The long dining table where the bathing beach in '
l} r 4i afternoon from four to six) o'clock, ble was covered with an Irish lace ,t M4 r Four Horses" Rev. Chapter nlr. guests were seated, was centeredby lake. Easy distance clei I., .'atcr, i im

'k l when Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained cloth pink asters in silver vases It was brought out quite an artistic arrangement of dainty erous t ,
fo"e-I fishing
with a tea at her Summer home balanced the table; and individual fully and Impressively that field flowers. < points
1l on Kingsley Lake announcing the cakes and mints In silver compoteswere I .Vhitt Horse pictured in this scrip $U u Month. M ., '\o.k.

1 engagement of her daughter, Miss placed on the table. Silver ture, represents revival of the Roman Those: enjoying the party with On Road 28, clever, 'apes,
I Miss Andrews and Mrs. Durden
1 Hazel Adkins to James Frederick I' brick Ice cream centered by a pink Empire which has come and south of Starke.
4R were: Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mrs. H. C.
n Guy. heart was served from the dining is going on "conquering and to conquer -
Brown, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews Mrs.S. APPLY
I Mrs. E. L.
room. Serving were ;" the Red Horse-Communism -
A color motif of pink and silver .
R Johns Jr., Mrs. H. M. Rich- S H. INiD
Matthews Mrs. }I. C. Brown Miss
is here from
carried out In the decorationsof peace
I was I ard of Raifurd, Mrs. Hamilton
the large living room gladioliand Beverly Cady, Miss Ruth Stern- all nations (strikes, wars, etc.) the Keystone Heights, FllIl'llI"
Ritch and Mrs. J. R. Boring both
Miss Lucite
Eaters, combined with feathery berg Miss Mina Manassa Black one- universal war and destruction of Gainesville

$ ferns being used In profusion. Mitchell Miss Evelyn Stump ) Is approaching with the

a II s Receiving at the front door were Misses Miriam and Rosalind Ja Pale one famine and deathyet

Mrs. D. P Carpenter and sister cobs.Two X"re' to follow. The leader pointed outs THANK YOU FRIENDS, THANK YOU

ni: Mrs. T. T Long and sliindmR with hundred guests called dur I remedy or solution In the Word

i them were little Dotty Sue Biggs ing the afternoon Eph. 6:13: and the proper equip
?_____-- -t--- ment and attitude for a Christian KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT
wearing a long party dress of organdie ..'"
"Pi'' try and Roy Hoiine of Jacksonville I Royal Service Program And s ::, '* under such conditions and the com

,* nephew of the hostess This I :Meeting Held At ChurchThe i4.4 fort'and "Blesed Hope" to be foundn Is nmkitiK i1t'W lends dally, nnd hoond u doubt Ix'ionUnj illlt
''iE4'' young gentleman wore a white linen f 1st Thee 4:13.: of the most popular spots In town. Day and night tmcnt;vfour
s 4 suit; and each of the children Royal Service program and I The song service consisting of hour, yail fun dine and dance enjoying our courteous ....r\U etor
business meeting of the Baptist W
carried 1 it silver basket, the handl..sb..ing congregational singing, a solo and
M. U. was held at the Church Monday PItOIl.un.S'T .\FFOKD ,\ ('OSTI.IlInH( VI
h ornamented with pink tulle afternoon. iA1 choruses added to the zest and SOI'TIIEKN ttr.MMER KESOICI', BUT' ENJOY: one 'lIll.l\1\
f bows. To each of the arriving tf ; spiritual atmosphere of the service. STEAKS, AM OT1IEK UOOI EATS AMI: DltlNh*.
guests was handed a sliver bell on The meeting was called to order There, were some new comers to

which was written "Hazel Adkins by Mrs W. J, Epperson first vice town out for the first time. A special -

I ,} and James Frederick Guy. September president, who also led the devotional service will be held next week
assisted by Mrs. T. K. Mc- Popular young daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. \V. Andrews Jr, whose KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT
second. marriage to Mr. Glen Paul Duke of Miami Beach will take place at the I, when visiting speaker and! musician -
., al i h Miss Hazel) Adkins Is the older Cline, Jr. I Kingsley Lake home of her parents Sunday afternoon at six o'clock. will be heard

{! } daughter of Judge und Mrs. A. Z. The program was in charge of .--- .MRS. ALICE ANDERSON Manager

jG, ",(t Adkins and Mr. Guy Is the secondson Circle Number One, of which Mrs "Scootie" Quits Diamond Ball For :Marriage Feed poisoning in livestock us- "\\IIEKK I.'nususLI.. MEET TO D.tN'E AMI: K\r; "

} of the Rev. and Mrs ,1. T. Guy, L.. G. Powell Is lender. The topic Will Be ;Missed By Ocala Tea-n-Mates;\ I ually occurs in the spring.
t, ) C of Hampton. for the afternoon was "The Ne

The huge, rock fireplace, banked gro.' Mrs. Powell gave the introduction The following article from a recent for her good woik he presented ':'tt.. 'r" ., ,, ''''"" : ,:
followed by "Home Mis- issue of The Ocala Banner will
"Scootle' with a package "on be-
r with greenery and pink gladioli
} sions and the Mrs. G. A. be of interest friends of Miss
a and lighted with candles in silver Negro" by to half of the sponsors of the Belk-
Anderson; "Our Tasks us Neighbors Lelia Dea Andrews: Lindsey team the coaching staff
fj candelabra formed the background O
k for the hostess Mrs. Adkins and ," by Mrs. S E. Sparks; and "Scoot Ie" Andrews picturesque und the players." She opened It, as

her daughter, Miss Hazel Adkins "Triumphant Faith" by Mrs. G. W. pitcher for the half-season pennantnabbing found it to be a silver loving cup."Scootlc,1 .
t.. Alderman. Jlrs.V, A. Fielder gavea I Bee Liners In the first- *
j who cordially greeted twlr'guests.! : much elated but a little"touched"
talk and read a poem on "The half of the women's dlamondball
;; Iii Mis. Adkins wore a pink lace, ten I by the unexpected proceedings ti
tl dress with silver slippers and her Bible." series stole the show before a capacity merely shouted "thanks" A

corsage was of flesh colored dahlias Reports were given by officers crowd at the diamond ball into the microphone and smiled.To .

with a touch of blue. Miss and chairmen of committees. games on Fair Grounds park here top It off Colin Lindsey

& Adkins' tea dress was of aqua marine Circle Number Two will have the 1! last night. manager of the Belk-Lindsey store I

1' orgundii modeled on redingote program and church flowers for j I Miss Andrews who rounded out walked up to Miss Andrews with ," """, ::;i of, .:; \ .(
the month of her first half season by announc-
lines August.The
1 i over a satin foundation. another package under his arm. ,
; Matching slippers and a corsage of meeting; was closed with ing her forthcoming marriage to "I'm not responsible for what'sin tieVeatern
.. by Mrs Alderman. I Glen Paul Duke of Miami Beach Every car owner Know
dahlias and sweetheart roses prayer this package," h4 Raid theloudspeaker Company,
pleted her beautiful costume.com-I .--,_. ion I Sunday, July 25 pitched her over \ Auto Supply leiullnff '
and all ears tuned toJjla for 28 years the> world's
last last And she
game night.
i,' Assisting the hostess in looking Bain-Hough ( Automobile Supply Stores. _
< pitched it well. She allowed but one words "and I rl after the pleasure of her guests Mrs. Alma Bain of Sturke and | hit during the five Innings she Pbout this little gift but we hear I' Thin new locally\\e tern owned Auto mrrch.mdin I
I It, 13 {ti: were: Mrs. II. B. McLendon. Mrs. H. L. Hough of Brooker were I hurled. you re going to get married and I brine genuine* and values direct to ear a

!1 i .r.f: O. L. Beasley Mrs. K. G. Duncan. quietly married Tuesday afternoon !1 But the limellgnt focused on want to present :you with some owners of this locality Gs' I

1l 1\}\. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Ethel M. July 6, at two o'clock in the Methodist 1 Miss Andrews just before she went thing useful." He smiled as he presented -, New, fresh high-grade riicrrtuuidlw \ -
Big-gs Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs.L parsonage in St. Augustine. 'out onto the field to do her last her with a package, and at the lowest prices ever l a i t If ,. L. Roane of Jacksonville, and The Rev. Shelby A. Wilson, pastorof hurling for Belk-Ltndsey. Lamar asked her to "open it before the I In this section of the rountrj. I
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. '. article guaranteed.
l the First grandstand. Eiery
Methodist Church
Reese moved
I, his sound truck microphone HOME OWNED; AND OPERATED
i Ii. Miss Lois Adkins and Miss Miriam South of St. Augustine performedthe onto the field and motioned She did so. It.. was a six-foot "S.TISFACTIOSOR

k7 t- j ; Guy served punch in the IIv.tl ceremony. to Miss Andrews to come white nightgown ff' 1898 vintage MONEY 'K"I K. .1. DAMS!' MANAGER:

a ing room the punch table being ornamented Mrs. Hough is employed In the close to the grandstand. and inscribed across!$; the back I Come In I 100 CALX. f STREET
l J with ferns vines and office of the Bradford County Ab- \v. L. Robinson the Bclk-Llnd- were the words in black< lettering: Hundred around of Barga-at.!

,:, : tl pink gladioli. stract Co. sey coach, stepped up to the mi "Belk-Lindsey Bee Liners." The ta and look hTAKKE. FLORIDA

.: ; 0 The tea table was placed on the Mr. and Mrs. Hough will make crophone. With appropriate words crowd roared. I

I wide porch overlooking the lake, their home In Brooker, where Mr. Come In let ill explain our Easy Payment Plan

p. ;t and quantities of bamboo and oth Hough Is a naval stores operator.We Miss Andrews Is Honored I Two Hostesses Honor :Miss II'' .
'\: -- With Shower And Party I I Andrews At Kitchen Shower WEARWELL TIRES
Gas Gauge"FULL
Complimenting Miss Leila Dell.Andl'Cws. Mrs J. Frank Carpenter and Whole Skin :
Solicit Your Business whose marriage to Glen Miss Mignon Sisson were joint ': ChamoisLarfto

x Duke of Miami will take place Sunday hostesses at the home of the latter '! .. Sturdy safe and dependable. J : et .

Ji Miss Ruth Sternberg was hos- In Brooker, Wednesday afternoon Our iron-clad guarantee is t Y
_ PROMPT RELIABLE INSURANCE tess at a delightful party and mis- from four until six o'clock at a 1Jl12C proof of their quality and long CR.n..w
1 } trouble-free and t
cellaneous mileage they
shower at the summer lovely kitchen shower given In hon- !I 1
save you 39". to 42%. '
home of her ?
SERVICE parents on Kingsley or of Miss Leila Dell Andrews, I 1
i Lake last Saturday afternoon from whose marriage to Mr. Glen Duke : .Instruction,.
four until six) o'clock. will be six. ':,
un event of Sunday, July / 80d {'I. $4.49 i:
The large living room where the 25.
I guests assembled was decorated Coral vine and fern formed the \4.3O-20 .
OITOSITE coritT iiorsE I-IIONE .is with a rustic motive. After playing decorative motif for this charming S gpr S s H 2ix t.i ..

1; STAKKE, FLORID informal games. Miss Stern- party. .....0.21 80x4.3(1-211294.73-19( ; ".. ...
berg presented Miss Andrews with Miss Andrews received many $4.891/ $5.23 ':

many lovely gifts from her friends. useful gifts for her'kitchen. which I $4.65 .-- -"e'all"-; .

After the presentation of gifts, were presented by little Joan Car-' $2.2.i 29X 28\

the hostess served a delicious sal- penter dressed as a maid in a blue .'t: 5.00-19 | S.25- Easy27c j

WASH ad course to her guests, The bride- and white uniform. The gift of the F'F rile 31 s $5.65 $6.25 I..stall. I

50 elect's plate was adorned with a hostesses was a breakfast set in
miniature bride and groom and the blue and white i
matching her set "
DRESSES Tires mounted FreePadkKKl 21 32 C.PJ
other plates had tiny wedding of kitchen ware.Refreshments. \ Long Run" or

bells for favors. of fruit salad, saltines Hiytt Pr...",. da LampBulbs
a ') Regular $1.00 Values Those enjoying the afternoon mints cake and ice tea were NEW 1937 6-TUBE

"- with the honoree and hostess were served the guests from the beauti

.- ; .... Mis. H. C. Brown and Mrs. J. R. fully'arranged dining table, which TRUETONE AUTO RADIO JOe

w -:1'i: Going at Boring of Jacksonville, sisters of was laid with a lovely lace cloth j
Miss Andrews Mrs Huldah Cor- and centered with a low arrange- Mx., _

penlng Mrs. T. K. McCIane, Jr., ment of coral vine fern and "flow- TiN Ga.4 $31.45
Miss Hazel Adkins, Miss Rosalind erlites." A wedding cake adorned [ Fills quntasily'! | qa only.

/.bs::{ J 79c Jacobs Miss Lucile Mitchell Mrs. with a miniature bride and i Eiiiy OI>8)'Jllentsrranll'd ,. .t. 1
\ f Glen Wood, Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., groom placed at one end of the 'w;: Soeeithred i I
/) Mrs. H. A. burden Miss Kathleen table added further charm to the !Slight Extra Charge for "Lontf Run"1I
r. Spencer of Ocala Miss Beverly beautiful setting. i 27c In.tallatl w a' f. a Two For Cady, Mrs J. Frank Carpenter Those present to"enjoy the party I ; Pound

j Jacksonville Miss Mignon Sisson with Miss Andrews and the hos- ; $16 OR MORE G ::+ ?.ach !,
tl k
of Brooker, Mrs. J. W. teases were: Miss Hazel Adkins I' i W '-i .rn..n.'. low ....h'.. R... the '2 ,' 1- i,
rL\ Jr. Mrs. C.V. Mrs. T. K. I' ate .,. rrwiill. of tirlentirlt 'arc" I6cIDc '
Beasley of McCJane, Jr., Miss LIllian rIh... p..n
huite hu ln. 't
\ ::. $1.50 ville, and Mrs. R L. Gaines-I I Sternberg Mrs.: H. A. Durden Din -tumbler '? .....10..01.>nt ..pxw.r....Ihn..n.nnd .I wNh cart l A

"""--- \ Mrs J. W. Andrews.. .. Mr. rE. > echaniitei 4iinllx' ..'1 perr..rninn4<. buck o,
I. nl l tty' .
f) our ilrflnltr/ Kiiariintr,
I .\ Popular Bride-Elect Honored Johns Mrs. Huldah Corpening, I %t hy' pay' h la her 10...*..f
With Bridge Party Mrs. H. <*. Brown Mrs. J. R. Boring a.e ; four ......10.. ,., ........1<< Lull S, ..dad
... !).....g'h
LADIES'I of Jacksonville M pos .h..h $'1. and
I Mrs.V.. E. fut Ski .... ...maen.
Misses Rosalind and Mil'lam Jacobs n tt Flashlight
'i; -. of Miami and Mrs. C. .. lncnrpnrnt.s Ij!
I !
I .hostesses at a lovely W.
Beasley of Gainesville. vsncrd! ull..rh..rmlyne. t .
i r ALL COLORS-SIZES 14 TO 32HE bridge party Tuesday morning at | .. i I. I IODEL.'i ch'cull. Bior.5-ln'h eiectn t
---- '
:: BO I'GUT THESE DRESSES AT A I, SI''',\CT''RtH'S ten o'clock at the summer homeof :Mr. And I I Un- (1).'nn 1111('. Mprnkrr, t
:Mrs Edwards'Entertain < u. II sI' aCe"4c
". $2250 ; i
CLOhE Ol'T-VALt ES I'P TO $1.49 FOR SPKCI: %L SELLING. their parents on Kingsley Lake, .I .Il."SIOR" ".mIIRcl six.. ; cotnplrteiy'
honoring Miss Leila Dea Andrews At Kingsley ake .I.\STER. "IJd.UXE" atipprtHMo1I..M. ,N' u i 1 y
9& | HiQhe.i quality ] 'j guxruntred; ,.
popular brideelect.Two Mr. and Mrs, W. Laurie Edwardsof obtainable. : $31.45 $37.75 ("on'enl..nt Terms. Can Mew Fresh"StokBe
tables for bridge were placed Jacksonville who are Arranged
; SPECIAL ON" SPECIAL ON in the living room of the home, a vacation at Kingsley Lake ( i
F" ALL OCR .ALL OCR which was simply but effectively hosts Saturday afternoon were! 'Pubbcr.Coai' Streamlined BftJloonTire Rods ofof

LADIES'IIITE AM> L.\DIES' decorated for the occasion.At night at a swimming party and Top WESTERN fop Leah
>Dreiingn FLYER :
s ; s a COLORED the end of three progressionsMiss picnic supper w in.ugh

: Andrews holder of high Mr. and Mrs. Edwards' guests I Can fint; Full-size. Extra: Strong Frame!, finest-quality> guaranteed! tt

SANDALS WHITE SHOES score received a box: of linen were members of the quartette I Equal to 13c (J

handkerchiefs. She was given a from the Riverside Ave. Christian J the .nN'RlCe S30.95$ .
steak in Church 4 S3* blcycie"
set the response patternas of Jacksonville Mr and -4 :31ci : s
a memento of the occasion. Mrs. Wilbur Strong. Mr. .:'" <1 Blic! Troxel, .n'dlu Just drop
During the morning the hostesses S. C. Stubbs; and Mr. and and:Mrs.Mrs F i PrfSe' .Renews, tr Ni-w nmktf.r>t /''RI:-I* *Innr.' : in radiatorBallBearing'

served refreshments to the honoree G. Bauknight also of Jacksonville '1 I N n<.te ir n trumi throughout.roil.

and the following guests. Mrs. :'11'. and Mrs. W. H. Struth, and \GenulMAtidCdn. I Mtreamllni. chainKuard i ,
J. W Andrews Jr. Mrs. T. Miss Kate tur t K. Me- Struth, of Starke. Solder Ir.ir; nlxnd, afcty Jack
Clane, Jr., Mrs H, A. Durden Miss Little Miss\ Fredricka Edwards j )rw.l! tall reflector a:I
Lucile Mitchell :Miss Hazel Adkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards -Sf'itfco.'* i / t and mi-nt.other fine .nulp> ;":."; 3"

Mrs C. W, Beasley of Gainesville assisted In entertaining the guests. t Beautifully flnlxhed ;

Miss Mignon Sisson and :Mrs.: E. L Y .In Matthews. Approximately 060 nurses still lie !nod. sDre.kets' ,
I -. draw pensions in England, because Easy Payment Iit other HanillcbarH' and all
i Darwin and Lincoln were born their health was ruined by active Term to Stilt You parts are c h :metal:

on the same day. war service. Other plated.an .
i "U'eMerq
yen" LAW an 26.25:

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Mr anil 'M'1s. Leonard Kinchen I Air, and Mrs F A Sl'OUh'ad as-I|I Misses, Dorothy Ellen and HelenSteele CCC Takes Two MI.'rut: oi-1 \[.1'1,11''.nopirn \ i
have returned to this home after 'r' \ C i>iin
I guests Saturday Mr und Mrs. W. of Gainesville returned to
a ( The Civilian Conservation Corps /acNi. tins \a. leer: d
week's vacation in Jacksonville W, Ward, of Dublin Gn. They were I their home there Thursday following :Si'VU'i: ';: IS,, HKKKIIY ll\' K.V, Thttt
Bits of : and Plant, City. en route to J.llllmi where they atI I II I I an extended visit here with enrollment allowed Bradford Coun- ,,I I. I. I'xrknr'' holUxi of TIIK. (Ortlfl* l
I .
I ty only a quota of two lust, week. tltf No: 71I.Isall.d the' aryl f)I"\ of
--- ---- tt'nde'l.Knlaht Templars ('onven-'j. 1 their uncle and aunt, Mr, And Mrs ,MIICIIMI.' A, t> ,mt.{ haM ril.-rt same
MI.... Frances Sweat Guilford tlon. .(+' j,, J. B. fin R. L. Smith of Lawtey and Wil- In lily" "frloIt,,'I hex niiidf Hltplli'tilloll
'F l pp.I liard Rigdun of Hellbronn were selected I fill. II 111 llKI'd. ,In lie |B.IICI 1 II
spent the week-end in } ,
Quitman j : 1 Ihin'iin Said 1 1. .Ttlfli illinliraceH
Local Ncv&srCONCEKNINfi Gn. RH the guest of her mother. 'I 'Airs. TsRandall 'and children -111 r Mr;'and M;.: 1A, M. Darby have out of twenty-thi appli the fiillowlllH' : ileNerllieil, lilitpMlt. In j "
I cants. 1 lie .IIIIII \ iT ailfoiil, Stat ">fKI..1 k'
Mrs T A. Sweat. of. Jacksonville/ 'ire guests of 1 as their guests Rt Klngsley Lake I /liln. In.\\'It : {

OUR PEOrLE BUSINESS AM n ------- 1 Mrs. RlUl all's parents' Air. andMrs. I j jj Airs. Phil FT;' Maguire and daugh- ----- StarkeThursday. --- NIII: : ll liHt Ljllllltll" of SfHlttlttMl" } ,
transacting business In of, SfMlon I'i '
: ijnnili'r 1'uvt'nhlt
James Gudbuld Jr., of Jacksonville I j j, J. M::.Alvarrz; at Klngsley I I 1 1 ter. Sue Washington, D. C. l\In. ? "Smith.' Itiume 2(1
l'KOJKESS OF" THE COUNTY AM TOWN was a guest this week of his Lake; 'Q '_' '. C, W ChaJker- Uulfpnrt, Aliss, School l in Air.. mars or, leMH1'ltC ,1
Our Beginnersand
Sunday ,
It MHHftMlllCnt Of the HMld prop- ,
I II aunt Mrs. S. S. Dowlingr and her r and AIis. George "'. Marks and Primary class were entertained erl, U' under! the sold. enrttfU'HH' ii' Sl
I mother Mrs W. S. Stroraan.i Mrs. \\'. A, Alvarez of Jacksonville i daughter, Marjorie;, DeLnnd.Air. afternoon at'' the church sued,| VAN In thus nnino of Ituvlrit "
I I Monday 'oleiniiti.t .
and .
son Sidney Washing- -
-- -
with social given them by theirIt'a'hl'rs. \I'nls" Hiild I'xrtlfhnit' shuts I In n' '1
ton D. Q., were guests last weekof and Airs. J, B. !Snpp'; and Mr. deem e,1! rdln t" law I the
Mrs. Ethel and n a "to g |iro|>-
'i Tyler Miss 1
i Mary ?ire. Vivian Paiker and .
Bill' ?gin of Jacksonville was nrlntor Misses Evelyn and Marjol'le'Stump 'i|1 Airs. Alvarez' brother-in-law \ and Mrs W. B. Mumly Jr., return- ,'t iiv. iltHlllteil, I lh.'i <*ltl \\lll l hf) ...101 t to
!! !; Starke Tuesday spent the week-end In High : Speer of Jacksonville were guests : bass Lubedia 1'inholster. After (the lilt heat Mditcr" nt l the courlhouM.i
to und sister"Mr; and Mrs. B. ed .
,' I I Wednesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Monday following a visit in Iced iiioi( on l Ihx first :Momlnv Intho
were played
:Springs with friends. many games
1 Johns j I I tuna l h Sfi'H'inlM'i', HUT.' "hl.'hIu
Laurence S. C.. with Mr.
1 I l Mundy'sparents
left Sunday for aefk's ------ J. H. Ritch at Kinsley Lake .. und crackers were eive\l. Everyone IIB| Bih. day or "'PI'I..r.. 1 111:I7,
Call) )Johns ----....-..- --- Mr. and Mrs. ,. H. Alnn- I HiiHfl, hlH limh day of .lulv ,1987uFhli.i
in Miami. Friends of C. H. Nasworthy will i -- I'' had l a nice time and extendeda ..
vacation M. SIO: 11.1 l lA 1
,' regret to learn that he Is confined I j Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have as Mrs. J. Mitchell and Miss Lu- .'I dy 81''hlle there they visitedvarious special Invitation to everyone to .1. Till'MAM.flirk ': ?
cile Mitchell had as their points of interest In South of rh!cull I'OIIIM, ,ifllrnilfoid
B. Barrow of Boston Ga. to his home because of Illness i j their quests, his daughter and two guestsone f Caiolina. be present at !Sunday' Schtxil next ,.. ,nuns Y, Kloi,. Irl.i" 1 ,
Ml.g: T I children Mrs. \V. E Bullard of day last week Mr. and Mrs. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock M! .:M 8211Ml
noose guest of Mrs L. A. Walter William and -- -.--- I ,
JI the Thomasvllle, Ga. daughter i
Rennolds. Mrs. W. B. Hollingswotth! and Mills Frances Williams, of Valdostd ,| UKOOKEKMiss ri.i \iui Puke v.u.uI I 'I'III: OI- \ll'l ll' % ION x
two children and M. G. Dennis of ---- -- I ) Putt' '1'1\' inr.nlOrniltr :
A. S. Sdickland Gil. I The Hrooker Parenl-Tearhei'eiA9a'tdtiPn Hill '>.,, Kl.'ll
Eli/ beth Williams\ and Ft. White were week-end guests ,, spent Monday in Veraainey, i'lirifsponilent
Visa! ', Gainesville with his -+ | \ will spon.sDi a play ",,"'1.1';: I is,, iiMiticiiv t IIVIN:: : flint
uisEdna Hutto are spending Ihlsv.et'k of Air. and Mrs E. C, Priest. daughters Miss Tibby Hjckel. Miss Sylvia ,(inlay School PartyThe I. I I. I'nilicr' holiler ..r TIIX t iViilflin ,
Jacksonville\ Reach ---. Mrs !Street Dendy and Mrs. A. G. "The Eight Gossiping Ladies" at :Vn. 71 t,, ,leaned' the I ::tut ,1m oflugnst
al I, Ludwig. Sablow Herbert Panken and M. Junior Sunday School Class i t the Biooker) Hl'iwolau.htol'lum next ,, ,, A. I' I 11':11.!): huts rili-il AIis. R. V. Turner and children'i j Rosenberg all of Jacksonville were I] was entertained, Thursday afternoon Ill 111" % nfflt e nod llllM Illlllti ..llpllllllion |
) nt clock
Friday night eight p. in. I fn., II lux ilt'Htl. .to. In leIed
Brooker left for
of Valdosta Ga.
:X. o Hayes was Thursday I |' guests !Sunday'; of Air. and Aim. H. July 15 with a party at the with a cast composed mostly of I Ihel"e"x Sold, i ," IflrHl.' .'nlln''' aver II
rmsacting; business In Starke where they) will visit Mrs. Turner's i i Mrs C, C. Smith of Tallahassee ,, Jacobs and family at Kingsley I home of :Aim. C. A. Ciosby. Theoccasion udults Admission la five anil i fnllo\\tiiK liHi-rllMMl ini'inrli' Inl
daughter Mrs W. T. Brinson. was the week-end guest of her sonInlaw l in- I'nnnlv' of Itriiilfonl., siai, < >f
Tuesday Lake. I was also Miss Hazel, 1 1CI'osby's .
I ten cents Immediately following Klurlila. tn-wll" I
.______ I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. '
--- --- Noilheiixl'' of Monlhtnx'jlliilter '
------ bitthday Twelve membeis -
i I J. P. Wan the play cuke-walk< will lie given ( IMHH Holilh Six .\. i i .1'
of Alra. T. H. of Winter j en.
Gamey and son Royce, Sheppard :Sirs L. L. Roane and ,, of the class ,
I R son Roy were present withher und everyone Is invited.The Noel I 111111 III '1'"II..hll'| 7 Soillll.Itaiiiri .
Brooker were business visitors to Garden spent last week here as the ,I ----- 'Jt' ? of Jacksonville, returned today at this time and she received I Ii 1' T A held Us regularmeeting 20 It;IIHI., eonlaliiliiH' 14
I Miss Clara of | \< iCK, nioii, oi .I'as.'I'h .
guest of her brother-in-law and Langfoid KeyWest
Starke Tuesday.Gelsxn to their home in Jacksonville |i many nice gifts. Monday, ulU'inoon ut the *' (IHMeMMIlielll. I Of tillMMld t'l'oll'
sister Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest!, and Baltimore> Md. arrived j lifter spending several days with I ,.,rte" mill-I' ,r III.' sold. errllflillK 1)4 '
j After playing I outdoorgames school house and elected the fol-
severn ,
.. Thursday for a visit with Misses' NIIIMmr, \ iii tho I until' of IaxllrI
Lonnie Parker of --- -- i
and Mis. Koane's sister, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ,
the guests wale served delicious lowing officers for the turning i ."immI
were business visitors O. P. Hutto returned home this' Evelyn and Marjorie Stump '! kins. ; I loss KIIid ei'i'tlfleaiM' j-linll' hi re.iliMMiiril .
Brook" I refiebhments of : President. Mis. Fred Ha/.en
week following a two weeks visit pineappleJuice year ; neroKlInu, 'In law, the properly -
bets y'lctol'Thomas. crackers imd sandwiches' \'lce-I'I"lhlt'nt. Mrs. "'loY.1'Io'ig.' t 'lIl'Mel" bed .llll'l'f'lll" will llH HOld..,
with ,relatives In various parts of : Miss Elaine Wynn returned Miss Clara Russell of St. Augustine lo lhi> hlKlii'Mt/. Milder nl Ihi'.eourtlnttiHe
Mrs. Crosby was/ assisted In caringfor gins; Secretary Mrs Martini( Polk ; ,iloor, on tin* teal Moiuluv InI
\ of Arcadia Is the South Carolina. i Sunday from Ormond where she 'j spent the week-end here with the guests by the junior teacher Ttcasiirer Mra. C. 1.I Crews;, Pub- I he month' of ScptpnibiM, .r. 111.17: whlehIv 'L
mother Mrs E. M. spent two weeks with her I lln nth' ,ilnv of Seiitvmlifi111.17' ,
of his cousin her tether, G. R. Russell. Miss
guest: Alia. and Mrs. licity Mia. W. I n.'t>hl1o'lnan'e
Carey Ingrnm manager ; I luili-il' thin :L>iuh. ,III)' of, duly '19:17nYFir'1.11. :
. Thomas! Ficemun Register and son Freeman Mrs. S. C. Cainell. Russell and her sister Miss Johnnie ', Alice Thomas. / Chuiiman, Mis. Ralph |. MI'\I.I':
Jr., left Tuesday for a com- Russell spent !Sunday' In Madison :\ .1 I TIH'M' \.NS,
Air. and Mrs. R. B. Kaiiletsun Ha/.en; Piogtum Chapman Mix. iMi"i Ii of ,I'lretilt ('xn"it ofIlinill'old
J. J. Rigdun and daughter Miss bined business und pleasure trip to Mrs. J. A. Martinet: of Tampa arrived visiting friends and lelntives. ;I and children in Lake Lucian llfw.en: ; Membership Chairman ruual" ')' Klcn<111.
in Moni- Miami. for extended I spent Sunday 7-23-SI-H-20
Rigdon. were visiting Wednesday an
Eva 1i Butler as guests of her sister Air.i Mis, ":mol y Ha/en.
visit with her : 11'. and i ]i
Gft. list Saturday.joe parents i Aliases Laurel and Priscilln
ace Sec of
Miss Juanita Watson of Grand Mrs A. W. i I II land Mrs. R. W. Brannen. They stoi y BiookcrMlciinopybaseball
Redgrave. | Coney returned to their home in
game: on three
Stroud of Orlando Is the Crossing is visiting her friend ----- I Florence Villa Sunday after spending I I were accompanied home by their page CENT A WORD t

guest nf Mr and Mrs D. P. Curptnter. Miss Edith Rowe, here for several I Mrs Fay Gill! and daughter Miss some time with their grand-1 Inh''e. :Miss Pauline Urannen, who Iceland has no trees, no i ail- ,
[ will
spend a here.
weeks. Florence Gill, have returned to ] pacnts Air. and IrV.. A. Col. 'I days roads no army nor navy, m> fortifications -

-.---- -- -- T their home after a week's vacation' i i ley. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. SowelH of no deficit no unemploy COLUMN

Miss Mary Canova of Tallahas- Alt. und Airs. L. D. Keller and at Jacksonville Beach. --------- I.Allcanupy veto visiting her 'sister. I ment. FOR SALK- Fourteen head. Much
1 1I
.C spent the week-end here with son Lt.o. and !\II', and Mrs. John -- Alts J. ti. Holden and children MIIIMIary: Mutt here Sunday. cows. )Fresh, dry nail .strippercows |

her mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. Nasworthy and baby were visiting Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tallahassee Alice, ./:ll'kln,1 Edward returned i Mr. and Mrs R. R. Cailton and \ and one Jersey bull. ("! 1,3,

friends in Jacksonville Sunday will spend the weekend I to their home in Tampa Monday 'I i children and Mrs Hazel Crosby L.t.wh, Starke Fla. 7-162tp J\ j
Mrs S. P. Vnndiviere and son; with Mi- Wall's parents, Mr. and following a two weeks visit here mnlored ti> Still'lie Satin'day. I NFAUHtim' /O8

pitncr und MIss Madge Middleton Air. and Mrs K. S. Matthews, Mrs. W, L. Wall. with Mis Holden's brother-in-lnw Mrs. l Fanny Math(>ny and babyof s WANTED Knpp pine! closs tie

spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Airs. Huldah Corpenmg and Mr. I I ---- -- and sister Air, and Mrs )Freeman Tumpii are spending while A dependable for Collie timber. Pay ten cents stiimpngo.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan had as herguests hero as guests of her mother Mrs prescription Pay cash, every day for all moved.II. .
and AIis. E. L. Matthews spent Register.I Chills
I ,Fever Malaria and Irfll ,
Mrs A S. Crews had as her Monday In Jacksonville. i Monday Mrs,, Marcus Howard I --- -- -- Alice Thomas.Mr. \ At drag itorei 2Gc or Bend s Tamps to H. Krrce, P. O. Box 203, Lake
guest for the week-end her sister, Mrs Euile Brown and Mrs. I and AI 's.V. G. tlailp IInJ'son. and Mrs It. T Osteen were Sontbar. Dru Co.JarksonviIle.Fub Butler, Fla._ ___ 7-9-4 tm

lire. J, R. Keller of Aladison. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely spent DeWitt McGill all of Lake Butler <1 Jack me moving this week to m mm m

I -- I make their! lomc In Hastings
the week-end in Lake the
City as
Misses Edna and Elizabeth Hut- guest of her brother and sister-in- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of where they wi'l have charge of the :
Il are spending this week at Jacksonville law Mr. and Airs. J. S. Baisden. Jacksonville spent the week-end I.I Hotel Hastiiijj und cafe. Mrs. T I P T 0 P

Beach. with Mr. Rigdon's;, parents Mr. and Haile for some time hits been manager !
Mrs. J. J. ('01.\ or I,
Rigdon. of the Staike hotel
I Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and her (
XIr and Mrs R. A. Newsom --- PINtAI'1'LE:
guest Mrs T. B. Barrow of Boston, :
were'isltmg relatives in Jacksonville Ga., spent Tuesday at Silver Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilkinsonand i I VV L. Edwards returned home GROCERYSSCHc'un 1

I Sunday Springs. Mrs. Will Wilkinson' of Palat- !, to Jacksonville Sunday after '

.. ka were guests Sunday of Mr. and I spending two? weeks with his fath- JUICE

Mrs Laura Baxter of Brooker, Mrs. A. S. Crews, and Mrs. A. Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson. trand mniii r.iu law Mr,, und HAS THE SPECIALS
Mia.V.. H. Struth In their cottageat 3 Qts. 25e i
was here Saturday visiting Mr. W. Anderson were in Gainesville on
nd Mis Mi s. ,1. C. Prather and children Kmgsloy Lake. Mrs. Edwards
F A Scott business afternoon. I
Tuesday 37 Friday and Saturday July 23.24
c Bottle DPpndt
I Helen and Billy, of Lynch Ky., are and daughter, Krec.iiicka will remain rltta :

of Mr. and Mrs. \,,,". C.
guests ,
Pr and Airs. AI. B. Herlong James Richard Wainwright of I until August 1. I
?.'re business Prather. -- -- FILL CKKAMCHEESE 1118. BR00KFIELJ' MC .H'K'V: FANC'V
visitors to Jacksonville Jasper spent the week-end here I -
--------------- Mr. and bas W. A. Bcssanl, Sr.
Monday with his parents. Air. and Mrs. I
N'I ,
D. Wainwright I Vernon Rowe and son Jimmie, 'i'I have had as recent t nests Mrs. BUTTER LEMONSDoz. 20c

Miss Etholin White spent Sun- _____ n_ u _. of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. I David Oliver and two duughtera,
ay AD the guest of Miss Howe's father Ben Rowe over the 'i Misses Martha and Frances Miss 20c 39&I I %". l-t'\NC'1 (_ 1t 4 4T.IMl'.1
Charlotte All. and Airs. J.V. Willard of I Pound Pound ,

Savage In Lake Butler. Jacksonville announce the birth I: week-end. ,| Christine Bryan Mr. and Mra. RIBBlPOTATOES 10 lbs. 20cMACARONI i
I --- Harold Hulls, Mr. and Mrs. David Mall\ ) 11iIITE:
of a girl born July 13, in St. Vinctnt's -
Miss Etholin White and Walter Hospital. Air, and Airs. Wil- I| :Mrs. O. L. Bell ley. Mrs. A. Z.Adklns. Turner and' two children nil of "

Mrs. :M. F. Mrs.L. Fort Lauderdale
Savagepent Saturday In St. lard were former residents of LARD PEACHES
Augustine Bradford County) D. V'inlng Mrs D. P. Carpenter 1 3 Lbs. 25c

and Mrs T. T Long spent Alt. and Airs. V. B. Hairell and
I 3 Pkgs. tOe 2 Lbs. 25c n.uw
NAT Monday) afternoon in Jacksonville. children returned home Saturday ;

SEZ: 'I after spending two weeks visiting KANC'VBACON; FL..\. EAT Ngll.iEV 'I ONIONS 3 lbs. lOc :

Little Misses Dolls and Audrey' relatives in Hopklnsville, Ky. They ;

A hinam.in on<-" said "Meliciinit: Bedley of Tampa arrived :Monday wet, e accompanied home by Mrs. ,E. BACON I I'.V\<.VHKM

for an extended visit with their ''P. Murphy end Miss Ernestine
boll water to
funny gtwqle.'| They
grandparents: and Mrs. A. F. I Murphy of Hopkinsville, Ky., who I BANANAS 4lbs. 15c
make him hot put Ice in lo make : !:!aull!. will spend some time here. Pound 19c Pound 15c }

?P hint (cold put sugar In to make him T

+ ,' sweet, then put lemon in to make After a six weeks visit with Mr. The W. C. T. U. meeting will be
and Mrs. John Uglow and other ''held on Friday afternoon at 3.301: I I'u'clotk I Id.LL.IitD'S! LLOON 12 i.ns. 24 LHS.
hm; lee tea. Some f
him sour. Cull tiienda Mrs., L. E. Deudon of Elgin '' with :Mrs. Lorena Epperson

people) pan nut Rood; money for bad l III., has returned to her home lit her spacious home on WalnutSt. FLOUR 43c 75c 1

merchandise when they can Io to there Members and friends of the j ,

organization visiting in town or
!StvrnlMTK'it und get Rood ni -rrhaiiillHe -
Miss Hazel Stroman who has i new comers are always welcomed

for the ante: rIlOlW)'. :Slellcunn\ been here visiting her grandmother at the meetings.

funny jx-ople. MI's.It.. S. Stroman and her ---- -

'I aunt Mrs. S. S. Dowlmg. left Wednesday All, and Mrs. J. S. Baker of BLUE ROSE '-- I

: for her home Miami.: Tampa were the guests several FREE
days this week of the Rev. and RICE )

Miss Cleo Sapp of Jacksonvillewas i I Mrs. W H. )Fischer, They wereaccompanied ( I ) 5o IMX OC'TAiPOWDER Os '
.1.1 W.TEROWSIEX': \\HITE" or It''KF'I'LL the guest of her friends. Miss-I I home today by Mrs. 5 Lbs. 20cTil'

SHIRTS es Ruth Edith and ROl.aIae: i J. E. Hamilton MISS Jimmae Hamilton TOP ROUND STEAK Lb. 16c ,

TROUSERS75c Rowe, from TUl'sdauntil) Thurs- and Sonny Boy Baker who I

CUT ,lay.1Irs.. 1: have spent the past two weeks here COFFEEPound LIVE FRYERS Lb. 21
i as guests of Mr. and Mrs )Fischer c '%'lTll! I I'KCII\ OF '

$1.00 guests. her C. Ma'nassa daughters: has Mrs.as D.her B. Miss K-t -Struth- returned Tuesday I 25c RIB STEW (FLA.) Lb. lOc 4 CHANT* ;AT Ot'TAt.ONHOI 5r EACH: i

White of Feinandma, and :Mrs. J. from a one day trip to Orlando (TlAK.MEHCOFFEE KITCIIEN7MATCHES

P. Burns and. children of Atlanta '' where she was the guest of her FLOItZDItN I

"liEU. H \PGR.\UE Ga. I,1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and PICNIC HAMS Lb. 23c
CORD :.Mrs. W. W. Paige. Messrs. Billy

OverallsFOR Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Copelandof I! and Martin Paige accompanied her 2 Cans 25c VIK.I.M\

Overalls West Palm Beach arrived Sunday home and I will spend several I days j I 3 Boxes lOcSALT' ,

for a visit with Mrs. Cope- with their grandparents. Air, and BREAK C)' MOKV SMOKED BACON Ib 25c .

FOR MENMEN : land's parents Mr, sad' Mrs, W. M. ,[ Airs. W. H. Struth at their cottage .

BLfE Edwards.. on Kingsley Lake. C 0 F FEEIOKt.U Lb. 15c '

W. H. Hart and T. F. Landrum 1. \(bill I: 0. U"'I.U' 1'10'\
OK Fill T \ \ IIKKIt: Lb. 19c 3 Boxes lOc
delegates to the Rotary district .
$1.00 I '.".If- Hill %... Kl.1l
STRIPED assembly in Barlow Monday and' :NCITIe'K IS IIKKKHV: ,: 01\1.! [: That I -

Fort BOYS! Tuesday) gave a report o'f the of)Irs Tax l.euh Certificate K' Nettles I No.; holder I'lH! 'iaallel of uJ! M \\\\ EI.L: II01'ilE! FA.NC'Y KEI1A

meeting to members here Wednesday the 3rd. day of August: A. T>. lull
has fllt'O Hum In my orflc. unit has Lb. 29c Tomatoes4No2cans25c
$1.50RLI'E nail appllrntlnit for H tax deed' to COFFEE
79c h<- iHKUfd' tlnTcnn. Said vprtlflrntmorn *
*- <'..H th following: rt,n..rlliinlpropel .'
Mrs. E. M. Thomas had as her 'tv In the County: of lirmlforM,

guests Sunday her on-m-law and 1 i Stnl Him'* .of k Six Florida 1M ,lot to-Mlt) :In C'ro.by FREE ICE TEA GLASS,, S SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

daughter. Mr. and Mrs J. B. :M.lls >i 'Lake Sh,r*.* In I'Inu.h..t l uar-
DENIM ItUI.lU and children of Giee.n Cove tfiof Mcc'ilon 14 & In North- W I Til :M %\;\\ ELL HOI ME OI F'.IN'Y:\ 1.0X1 GRAIN
.Nat ijtiurtfr of N-rtlon 25

WORK PANTS WORK PANTS Springs. Miss Eve The Township Kant.wMiini-'nt, It Mouth" 'of the, llanif nulil prop.21 UPTONS TEA 1-41b 25c PATNA RICE 5 Lbs. 25c

Miss Eunice Williams rrtv under' the XHl'l crrllflcntB" U.
lyn Sikea Fred Ring WHIard'Mathls ''' MII*'.| waft In, the name of A. 1M..r BUI'S FANCY:\ I A.NV UK.MBREAD

$1.00 $1.00 and Inez Shiver of Jacksonville !I, .-o I 1'nlenM tf. nald ffr\Mlrat Hhnll hA
MILK 4 Tall Cans 25c' 3 Loaves 25c'Bulk
were week-end guests of ;| il riTrl ni'C'irdlnff to law the property -
I Aes l rrlli** Alias Virginia Alvarez. ':'to th.. hlnhenl l htdd.r| at the court
hr>ui.<* door on the tint AfrtniJav In Vinegar Ga]. 15c. ; Flakes
I II"* mecca) *>t M"pf.mh.r, I9I7! which Corn 3 Pkgs. 25c
Mr.. Alb rt J. Newman .
Mr. and tit rh. "rh nor of .pl..mh.r" M17. /
IT PAYS TO BUT ATSTERNBERG'S announce the birth of a son, Albert natal l this tilth day of July, 1931.I Tall Salmon, Can 1 Oc f Corned Beef Hash lOc
Jerome Jr. fJn Thursday, July 13. A. J. THOMAS' Prince Albert Tobacco can lOci| Cigarettes 2 Pkgs. 25ctd
Mrs. Newman prior to her mar clerk| of Circuit Court of ,
Bradford County, Florida.
riage woe Miss Louise Kite. 7-23-51-11-24

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,j 'i I MISS LEILA DEA ANDREWS :MISSION HALL :Mrs.:\ Durden Entertains Miss --

The people came, not because of Andrews At Luncheon PartyMiss

1 my special\ attraction this week Leila Dea And :ws, charm- 'Midlakes"

I but finding pleasure In a .service ing bride-elect was he honor
Lor the Master and wishing/ to be guest Thursday aln Informal 'Vacation Cotti,, .

r further instructed In the Word so. luncheon party, given by Mrs. H. home convene, Wltb

.heie was a good attendance. All A. Durden ut her home on Kings' water to kitchens- i,,,,:Inning bath'
?. were fully repaid both In the splen- Lake. rooms. Built n'
ley itf
.1 Engagement Of SIN Hazel Adkins To James .tl\'
the folks rock &
lid taken
p part by young I construction
Summer flowers ferns, and palmettos -
Frederick Announced At Tea w F"II1\ish.\
Guy Lovely sR. trl
In their Bible experl-
__ f t l I giving Camp formed an attractive set ed to accommod.il. i
: 1f 1\\(,. If, An U nntatanrilno'- !' Hrit-liil event of er ereenerv: transformed the porch ruc :nee at Lake Swan, and also In the ting for this delightful party of five or six, f",',, II'n\lIl'I, '

!P ''r the;; took place Thursday into; a bower of loveliness The table Fine message by the leader on "The The long dining table where the bathing beach In cir "IUII. : on

afternoon, from four to six,o'clock, was covered with an Irish lace / Four Hoises" Rev. Chapter sir. guests were seated, was centeredby lake. Easy dlBtano Water
1 i when Mrs. A Z. Adkins entertained cloth pink asters in silver vases I It was ought out quite force- un artistic arrangement of dainty erous fishing points urn

? with a tea at her Summer home balanced the table; and Individual fully and impressively that the field flowers. SIS a Month.
} r'' on Kingsley Lake, announcing the cakes and mints in silver compoteswere Ahitc Horse, pictured In this scripture the with 1''k..
Those: enjoying party On Hoad 28 .
..jLtt : Miss on the table. Silver revival of the Ro- ch :v .J1111
:, engagement of her daughter, placed represents Miss Andrews and Mrs. Durden south of (
l ''J'' tat ; Hazel Adkins to James Frederick brick Ice cream centered by a pink man Kmpiie which has come and were: Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. H. C. Siaik.
11 heart was served from the dining is and to conquer -
Guy. going im) "conquering Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. J. W. Andrews APPIA
Ii-: A color motif of pink and silver room. Serving were Mrs. E. L. ," the Red Horse--Communism S. R. Johns. Jr., Mrs. H. M. Rich- S.U.UuunHf'.tont'l
Matthews Mrs\ H. C. Brown Miss ,Is here taking peace from
was carried out In the decorations ard of Raifuid Mrs Hamilton
iL ''Vhd'SII/ of the large living room, gladioli Beverly Cady, Miss Ruth Stein I all nations (strikes, wars etc.) the Hitch, and Mrs. J. R. Boring, both U..IRht.., 11ulidll
Y and asters combined with feathery berg Miss Mlna Manassn Miss Lu Black oneuniversal war and destruction of Gainesville. .

I+ t J ferns, being used In profusion. cile Mitchell\ Miss Evelyn Stump ) is approaching with the -
I 4I Receiving at the front door were Misses\ Miriam and Rosalind Jacobs Pale one- famine and death- yet -

S .qV ;i a Mrs. D. P Carpenter and sister to follow. The leader pointed outlemedy THANK YOU FRIENDS, THANK YOU

t Mrs T. T. Long and standing; with Two hundred guests called during J F".r. i or solution in the Word

I t'4 r them were little Dotty Sue Biggs, the afternoon. l 1 1Y 1t Ej>h. 6:13 and the proper' equip
i'f t t ment and attitude for Christian. KOZY KORNER RESTAURANTIs
wearing a long party dress of organdie --- -- a
l I and Roy Roune of Jacksonville Royal Service Program And I under such conditions and the com-

L'; nephew of the hostess. This :Meeting Held At ChurchThe I fort and "Blcsod Hope" 10 be found.n making new' friends dully, and bevond a doubt Ix'comliii, ; one
& young gentleman wore a white linen 1st Thes. 4 ::13. nt the most popular Npottt In town. Day and night, tlHnl.four
i rl I'' suit; and each of the children Royal Service; program and The song service consisting of hours, you ran dine and dance enjnjlng! our
r 1; ,11 carried. a silver basket, the handles business meeting of the Baptist W. :.ngregatlonal singing, a solo and
1 l'ItOnIU."r \PFOKI1 A ('OSTI.IU" .
) //1 M. U. was held at the Church Monday "" \T
'I } bring ornamented with pink tulle! : afternoon.The choruses added to the zest and sorTHERN; sr.MMKit: .; RESORT, HIT ES.IOonc MHV'S1EAKS
bows. To each of the arriving spitltu.il atmosphere of the service. AND OTHER OOOD EATS AND DRINK*..
;' r TI i guests was handed a silver bell on meeting was called to order There were some new comers to

ter which was written "Hayel Adkins by Mrs.\ W. J. Epperson, first vice I town out for the first time. A special -
i' and James Frederick Guy. September president who also led the devo- service will be held next week
1 i second." tional assisted by Mrs. T. K. Mc Popular young daughter of Mi. nnd Mrs. J. W Andrews Jr., whose' KOZY KORNERRESTAURANT
4 marriage to Mr. Glen Paul Duke, of Miami Beach, will take place at the when a visiting speaker and musician -
f t Miss Hazel Adkins Is the older Clane Jr. I Kingaley Lake home of her parents Sunday afternoon at six o'clock. will be heard.
I 1 I daughter of Judge and Mrs A. Z. The program was In charge of -.- :MICS. ALICE ANDERSON, Manager

t l1 it" Adkins and Mr. Guy Is the second Circle Number One of which Mrs I i "Scootie" Quits Diamond Ball For Marriage: Feed poisoning in livestock usually "XMIKKK) FRIENDS .AM MEET TO D.1N'E .AM: K\r: \
} son of the Rev. and Mis. J. T. Guy L. G. Powell I Is! leader The topic occurs in the spring
Will Be :Missed By Ocala Tea n-Slates:
l'' of Hampton. for the afternoon was "The Ne- I -

ij The huge rock fireplace, banked gro." Mrs. Powell gave the Intro The following article from a recent for her good work he presented i"'f.: .!" "<" ''' '. > ,:. ,' J f.y'
I tl; .,I with greenery and pink gladioli duction followed by "Home Missions f issue of The Ocala Banner will Scootie with a package "on behalf -

?1 j' ) and lighted with candles In silver and the Negro" by Mrs G. A. be of interest to friends of Miss of the sponsors of the Belk-

J 4 < candelabra, formed the background Anderson. ; "Our Tasks us Neighbors Lelia Dea Andrews: Lindsey team, the coaching staff O

? I for the hostess, Mrs. Adkins, and i ;. by Mrs. S. E. Sparks: and I 1 "Scootie" Andrews, picturesque and the players" She opened it, Mow peh

i' i + hFt $ her daughter, Miss Hazel Adkins, "Triumphant Faith" by Mrs. G. W. pitcher for the half-season pennant found it to be a silver loving cup I
who cordially greeted their guests. Alderman. Mrs. W. A. Fielder gavea I nabbing Bee Liners In the first- ScootU,'* much elated but a little
f? !Ii Mrs. Adkins wore a pink lace lea talk and read a poem on "The \! half of the women's diamondball "touched" by the unexpected proceedings :

i it dress with silver slippers and her Bible." series, stole the show before a capacity merely shouted "thanks" Dg'Ne.rn'x

v) I corsage was of flesh colored dahlias Reports were given by officers crowd at the diamond ball Into the microphone and smiled. ft

I with a touch of blue. Miss and chairmen of committees games on Fair Grounds park here To top It off Colin LIndsey, i

Adkins' tea dress wus of aqua marine Circle Number Two will have the I last night. manager of the Belk-Lindsey store, ; bi<
I t'i orgundu, modeled on redingote program and church flowers for '1: Miss Andrews who rounded out walked up to Miss Andrews with ] w
c 1 lines over a satin foundation. the month of August. ', her first half season by announc- another package under his

; G I "Ili,t Matching slippers and a corsage of The meeting was closed with i iprayer Ing her forthcoming marriage to "I'm not responsible for arm.what'sIn known letMtern ,
#; I I Glen Paul Duke of Miami Bench Every car owner 1
t dahlias and sweetheart loses completed by Mrs. Alderman. this I '
} package, he said over the Company
Auto Supply
t \\
her beautiful costume. .--_. ,|, on Sunday July 25, pitched her leading '
f loudspeaker, and all ears tuned to for 28 years the world's !

i +. Assisting the hostess In looking Bain-Hough I I pitched last game it well.last She night.allowed And but one she 11I111 words, "and I don.t know all : Automobile Supply lot-ally\ Store owned. storebrings
after the of her I Thin new
} i? 'tl ti pleasure guestsWell' Mrs. Alma Rain of Starke and I j hit during the five innings she 1F>out this little gift but we hear "t'nulne'f'8tf'nl Auto merchandise -
: Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Mrs. H. L. Hough of Brooker were ,! hui'led. you re going to get married and I I : and values direct to car n ,

; It O. L. Beasley, Mrs. K. G. Duncan quietly married Tuesday afternoon, i I But the limelight focused: on want to present you with something owners of this locality.New '
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Ethel
M. July 6, at two o'clock In the Methodist 'I Miss Andrews just before she went useful." He smiled as he presEnted :' ', fresh, high-grade merchandise -
Biggs Mrs. D. A. Monteith Mrs. in St. her with a package and I tin lowest prices ever of- '
parsonage Augustine. out onto the field to do her last ut
i ,, r L. L. Roane of Jacksonville, and The asked her to I this section of the coun-
.I Rev. Shelby A. Wilson pastorof hurling for Belk-Llndsey. Lamar "open it before the I tend In
1 r; Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. I tr '. article guaranteed."SATISFACTION .
t t the First Methodist Church Reese moved his soundtruck microphone grandstand > HOME OWNED AND OPERATED
4 Miss Lois Adkins and Miss MirIam South, of St. Augustine performedthe She did
onto the field and motioned so. Itl, was a six-foot
., Guy served punch in the livIng ceiemony.Mis. t to Miss Andrews to come white nightgown ,cf, 1898 vintage OR :MONEY BACK" ; K. J. DAXIS, :MANAGER
i 4r room the punch table being ornamented Hough Is employed In the close to the gtand.stand. and inscribed across the back I
,i' i with ferns, vines and office of the Bradford Hundred" of Burgaiw. Come In
S County Abstract W. L. Robinson the BelkLlndsey were the words in black lettering: around!
It : pink gladioli. and look STAKKE FLORIDA
'I' I'o. (coach stepped up to the mi "Belk-Llndsey Bee Liners." The I! ,
The tea table was placed on the Mr. and Mrs. Hough will make crophone. With appropriate words crowd roared.

t ) ?t{ j I wide porch overlooking the lake, their home In Brooker, where Mr. -- -, __ n Come In let IM explain our Easy Payment I'lm
and quantities of bamboo and oth- Hough Is a naval stores operator.We Miss Andrews Is Honored Two Hostesses Honor Miss I

With Shower And Party Andrews At Kitchen Shower!, WEARWELL TIRES

as iGasFluid
Complimenting Miss Leila Dea Mrs. .1. Frank Carpenter and Whole SKinChamois
l Solicit Your Business FILL STANDARD SIZE AND EIGHT ,
v Andrews, whose marriage to Glen Miss Mignon Sisson were joint .' *,
Duke of Miami will\ take place Sun hostesses ut the home of the latterin Sturdy, safe and dependable. '

day, Miss Ruth Sternberg was hoar Brooker, Wednesday afternoon j Our iron-clad guarantee is > \1F\pn.''>
PROMPT RELIABLE INSURANCE tess at a delightful party and miscellaneous from four until six o'clock at a proof of their quality and long. '
y shower at the summer lovely kitchen shower given in honor I JjJJ12 J \ 4 trouble-free mileage, and they r
i 39 to 42 "
save % %
I you
home of her of Miss Leila '
SERVICE parents on Kingsley Dea Andrews, :
iML )
Lake lust Saturday afternoon from whose marriage to Mr. Glen ,<1 .llmtructionsAntiShimm I WilK '
four until six o'clock. will be erFje. sis. 'j
of 49
un event Sunday, July 1' SOd ,c1 1. $4.
The large living room where the 25.
I Front
guests assembled was decoratedwith Coral vine and fern formed the j -. 2h"m-20! : $4.78 r .. :.:.:..
l OPPOSITE COI'RT Hon I'HONK 13 a rustic motive. After play- decorative motif for this charming )I pr s g I 2lh ..
;i,, STAKKB. FLORID ing informal games Miss Stern- party ": .0-21 : ) t4s.b _
t s berg presented Miss Andrews with Miss Andrews received many $4.89)n$5.23/) _. .'
many lovely gifts from her friends. useful gifts for her'kitchen which 1 $4.65 -- -71e01111'/

After the presentation of gifts, were presented by little Joan Car- Lars ... : 21h (Easy r
the hostess served a delicious sal- penter dressed as a maid in a blue '" 3 900.19 3.23-13 to 27c.Ford. .
i r WASH ad course to her guests. The brideelect's and white uniform. The gift of the Foe 2&-31. iJ'x $5.65 $6.25 InstallLongRun"

50 plate was adorned with a hostesses was a breakfast set In
miniature bride and groom and the blue and white matching her set \
f DRESSES other plates had tint weddingbells of kitchen ware.Refreshments. Tires mounted Free 21 Or 32 C.P.
I t High A.t.a,. LampBulbs
for favors.
of fruit salad, sal- > rR
a ') Regular $1.00 Values Those enjoying the afternoon tines, mints cake and Ice tea were r"1 NEW 1937 6-TUBE
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I: .... with the honoree and hostess were served the guests from the beauti- "v
i:' Mrs. H C. Brown and Mrs. J. R. fully 'arranged dining table, which -20: TRUETONE AUTO RADIO r 'me I

;1 Going at Boring of Jacksonville, sisters of was laid with a lovely lace cloth i..e i p

1 Miss Andrews Mrs Huldah Cor- and centered with a low arrange- N.v"!s. frpcl? t
: pening, Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., ment of coral vine, fern and "flow- T .n. {,11 $31.45
'. .. Miss Hazel Adkins Miss Rosalind erlltes." A wedding cake adorned Fill un .! :; only. sr '

H. \. .;.:: J 79c J Jacobs Miss Lucile Mitchell Mrs. with a miniature bride and I I Easy! .Payments Arranged r '

Glen Wood, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., groom placed at one end of the S"ecl.lted.
Mrs. M A. Durden, Miss Kathleen table added further charm to the PacllQck Slight Extra Charge for E'l.s, along Run
'" as '.
Spencer of Ocala, Miss Beverly beautiful setting. Installation I Cup Grease

t.:y/ Two For Cady Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter I Those present to"enjoy the par- tie .. // poundM.tl'E a T'"%

II / t Jacksonville, Miss Mignon Sisson I ty with Miss Andrews and the hostesses ,SOlid- j $16 OR MORETrurtonrM : r y. ,e.cH.. W' \

'r,' i' '. of Brooker Mrs. J. W. Andrews were: Miss' Hazel Adkins, brass low prl.-e. ... tbe r :
tir I Jr., Mrs. C W. Beasley of Gainesville Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., Miss Lil c1IItcase a re.nlt nt -lrntlrl<- pro I\\b i / p\ $1.50 and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. lian Sternbeig Mrs: H. A. Durden huitr mrtlioil* of dl.trlhupon..11th l>"nrr and rtlrrt-t ,, S* I

,h ('--J.sr \C.\ Mrs! J. W. Andrews Jr., Mrs. C. mQC P'" ..iTpler "f. .goodly.,1 by .lur and"p..n... ...'* baik.wb .,, ....
: E. Johns Mrs. "***,
\ Popular Bride-Elect Honored Huldah Corpenlng, >- pay blKbrr prTreVr"
With Bridge Party Mrs H. C. Brown Mrs. J. R. Boring Ge.t"tn_ GE \.iiir .rb..lfi. nt iXrrrlilK Full S/,o"dO'd'h'
r 100 LADIES''WASH of Jacksonville Mrs W. E. : Flashll.h 1 .!.>.. .... in.h mnllnK tf and" Sh.nhq..
Misses Rosalind and Miriam Jacobs Nicholson of for Itr .*tinlri.l head.In.orpnrntm ti //F l.*h
: 3 Miami and Mrs C. ...
/ H't o DRESSES were.hostesses at a lovely W. Beasley of Gainesville : OTHER new nclvanceil ell'
>r r ALL COLORS: -SIZES 14 TO 52 Bridge party Tuesday morning at ti- I. tOe'' I FL"IfODELS!! : Sii IllK.3-tnoh|perheleratyneelrcult. Hctru .1.I It
I" WE BOIC.IIT TIIKSK; DRESSES AT A l'\CTI'RElt'S ten o'clock, at the summer homeof :\11'. And I -il>nil 111)'0 spanker| t 4 '
LOGE: OIT-VALUES! ('P TO $1.40 FOR NPEC1AL SELLING their Lake Mrs. Edwards'Entertain "Jt.MOR't 22.50 I' n u" 11 RI| tu>l''<.rlvlty, ; a C
parents on Kingsley "
At ,, rmipHct .Ise! ; completelyMiippre
t honoring Miss Leila Dea Andrews Kingsley ake 1 "MASTER" "Drt-UXE" .xul,'I*"H. K u 1 II 1 y I
98cS..ECIAL I H"het quality' j jobramabU : KUMranlverl.Convenient. -
popular brideelect.Two Mr. and Mrs. W. Laurie Edwards $31.45 $37.75 Term Can NewFreshstMtBe
tables for bridge were placed of Jacksonville, who are enjoying
i +" ON !SPECIAL\ ON In the living room of the home, a vacation at Kingsley Lake, were ", ; I I"Dubo.rCo
J ; ALL, OL'K: ALL Ol'R which was simply but effectively hosts Saturday afternoon and Streamlined\ Balloon-Tired Rodlo'OJ

' fr LADIES' WHITE AND LADIES'WHITE decorated for the occasion.At nlg,t at a swimming party and Top Dressing WESTERN ;'s teak.
COLORED the end of three progressions I picnic supper. FLYER f: Foeugh tar

Miss Andrews, holder of high Mr. and Mrs. Edwards' !'j Pint Full-sl/e, K\tr Strong 1
c it SANDALS SHOES score received a box of linen : were members of the quartette guests -Can <, *BD: finest-quality to }guaranteedEqual !

I handkerchiefs. She was given a from the Riverside Ave. Christian fZSIr She average $530.95 13cr .
steak set in the response pattern Church of Jacksonville, Mr. and '&' 31c A s S3* bicycle<< '
as a memento of the occasion. Mrs. Wilbur Strong. Mr. and Mrs 'JI' j Rig TroxelGenuine "R.JelI. Just dreg, aPflselref
During the the hostess S. C Stubbs tlenttit ::1 New O"part"rft C'tmnr ;in rad arcrJack
5.j 1aWU morning ; and Mr. and Mrs F'G. \ Rrake. Hall! liear.I .
es served refreshments to the hon Bauknight. also of Jacksonville. I n ir. thruuKhout.irianillrie .
oree and the following guests. Mrs )11' and l\lrs. W' II. Struth and | Acid Cdr< i / Nte:. Iru". chainIng rods 9all'BPerln//

J. W Andrews Jr., Mrs. T. K. McClane Miss Kate Struth of Starke .,,"rd. lardy park- .
Jr., Mrs. H. A. Durden Miss Little Miss Fredricka Edwards Solder j Jewel stupid. safety.
lull reflector f'
Lucile Mitchell, Miss: Hazel Adkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards -...ho. and other' fine eoulp-. ',: '.
It i Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gainesville assisted In entertaining the guests! 61N/ / to nrnt.Uenutlfully. flnlxhedenamel. 71 I

Miss Mignon Sisson. and :Mrs E L f In fla.hlns hall" :Matthews.! t .. Rlm. Tram
Approximately lit'
060 nurses still Ro,,,. Spro ketf. .,
draw pensions in England because 1 Ea.y Payment 1' / OA, Mitnillebarii and allother
Darwin and Lincoln were born their health was ruined by active Term to Suit You exposed. metal
jart are chrome
on the tame day. _.. j war service. -- Other 'Uesterq' plated
lyerV a* Low.. $29.23

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JMV23. 1937
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Mr. and 'lefi s. Leonard I an-:; haIR :;-
I Klnchen Mr. Mrs. F A. I Mlsnes Dorothy Ellen and Helen CCC Takes TwoThe ..... "'PI.'rlO'1" \
have returned to this home after _ __
guests Mr
| Saturday and Mrs. W. Steele of Gainesville returned to I'ftIl S 1):1):
a week's vacation In Jacksonville 'W Ward of Dublin GH. I Civilian Conservation' Corps C ..rn..,.. II Ml \... IM.It:
i They wereJen their home there Thumday follow x, "I'I"I': is iii.iiKm: IIIVKN.: That
Bits and Plant _
of City enrollment allowed Bradford County _
< route t9 Miami where they Rt- log an extended visit here with I I. I.i I'urltnf.: holdniof 'na a Ortlfu.lit -
i ;; only a quota of two last week .- .o.. 7D. lH IK-ri I lh.. -Svil' cluv nf
-- Templing Conven... their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. AiiKiitt, .\. l It. IX.'ll. ha. flleil acme
1 MID. Frances Sweat Guilford i, tion': ',;vl B. Siipp.Mr."and R. I.. Smith of Lawtey and Wit- In lily of fl..... itnd hn*' lit.,,)*} ni.pllc>H.tlon .. t
spent the week-end In : Hard Rlgdon of Hellbronn were selected Tol" H tttx fifed. tu. lir lnHiifil,
Quitmnn .
i : I h..r..n. Sniil' ,'e"'IIfI.t nti. ,'tiibracnth ,
IDeal NeII Ga. as the guest of her .M. .. .' ,'T?.. R lIu---:1 out (//t twenty-thiee applicants I -
mother. Wft.: n children MtIA. M. D.uby have : ::<: fiillowInK, I ili'HiTtlif-i;; ; ) |:.rt'rt| ; 3' :Incue t
Mrs. T A. Sweat. < Jacksonville'hre I <'iiini>- or iiiuiirmii smtt> or 4'I"Ii'IIi.
I guests of as their guests at KIDS'lley'Lake.. __. __ __ ( ', tilultXoithut : _ _
OUR PEOPLE: ,I Mr.. Randall's parents Mr. und ]Mrs. Phil and m ,.
CONCERNING) BUSINESS AND FTJMaguIre daughI *! tjtinttii of Mnulhu'AHti ,
James Godbold. Jr., of Jackson- || Mrs. J. W;-Alvarez; at Klngsley I I 11 Sue Washington D C. Mrs I transacting: business In StarkeThurHiliiv nniier, or ,Heetlon i Jr, 'lowituhli .
ROCRESS; OF TilE COUNTY AND:' TOWN I 7 Smith, ,, ItilllKC 20'' "lUHt: 1. cuntillnHIU
1 I ville was a guest this week of his Lake. ,& _' ? r' of' Gulfpoit Miss., I 4il AileH" nni'e, or I 10>MH. I _ _
I jaunt Our Simd.iy School Keginneis 't'he III, ..f the HUltl.
Mrs. S. S. Do\Uing and her i i i i iMrs. und Mis. George W. Marks and : piop-.
eitv under S ha paid 5 ,
and class entertained eei't tlfieiit* 'IMHiifil
Pilmiiiy were
( mother Mrs. W. S. Stroman. \V. At Alvarez of Jacksonville daughter ; .
I MarJOI'le, /If DeLand VMM In th** na ins if i liavldc'ftltMtian ,
I Monday afternoon at'the church .
I and son, Sidney of Waxhington -.-
I D. C.. were last week with a social given them by their 1'ii ,>HN Mnld i-fi Ifluiite t ..hi, ii l S.<* redeviiitMl _ _
Bill .\gIn of Jacksonville was a Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Mrs. Ethel Tyler and Miss Mary of guests I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr teHchers. Mrs. Vivian Parker and aceordlnK to 'law I thn irai i>. _ _
Starke Tuesday.Carl the I Speer of Jacksonville were i i Mrs Alvarez' brother-in-law i anti/ Mrs. W. B. Muncly, Jr., returned 'v ll t'ai' lluMl thi'ieln, Will' lit auld I In
to Stump spent week-end In High guestsWednesday .
Miss Lubedia Pinholnter Aftermimy
v.lallor and Illl Mrs. F. B.
Springs with friends. i night of Mr. and Mrs. < Monday following a visit in were played icod tea ,%..II_*. diitir 5 on the flri Mnndiiv' In
Johns left Sunday for aeel5 !! J. H. Hitch at Klngsley Lake. Johns. i I Laurence S. C.. with Mr. Mundy's guinea the "month of Scptomhel. lal: ?. Mhlrh 1 -
------ anti, crackers were seived. Everyone : IN I Ilio, Sri,., iluv of iili'inlior I 10)7: .
%acatlon In Miami. Friends/ cf C. H. Nasworthy will 1, -.- -- -- --- I I parents I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mandy had a nice time ami extended. l>at<-d' I ills 2"'h.' day of .i'July I 1117.: -
regret to learn that he Is confinedto I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have a* Mrs. J. M. Mitchell! and Miss Lu- I j' Sr. While theie they visited inKKii, '1'1.\1.i sS't: \ I")
I t a special' Invitation to everyone to \ 1. 1KIMH, "
Mrs. T D. Barrow of Boston Ga. his home because of Illness i their guests his daughter and two, rile Mitchell had us their guests I various points of interest In South be present at Sunday School next "i'i.--k" of fh-riilt.. i-mil,i .,iflllmlfiitd
,Irhlldien. Mrs. W. K. Bullard ofThomasville one day last week Mr. and Mrs. 'Carolina. t'ountv, 1"Jr"'ld
., the house guest of Mrs. L. A. Sunday morning at It) o'clockri.i T.21: .r.r'.S2H4 *
I Walter WilllHms _
l Ga and -- ---
ilds. Mrs. \V. B. Hollingsworth und daughter i I -- --- t.
i-onn: < | ; _
"Miss 1"'Iulce.'lIl1l1mH.. of VaMo.s-1 I \ >'IIII1, Of \I'IMIll >\ '
two children and M. G. Dennis of i 1 tat GII. I I \ .\I'P'a..\. Klllt 'I't \ 1I1.t/: : ''A
Miw? Elizabeth Williams and Ft. White were week-end guests A. S. Sti'Ickland pent Monday in _. Vera alne)', ('( rrspnii<'lenl I I The Hrooker Pa rent.TeiIchers IWCIf.. Mill %... Kl.'ll.

L'S8, Kaon: Hutto are spending this of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest. :Gainesville with his daughters.Mrs. ,I I \t oil.itiim will sponsor a piny. I I 'rl"I': i iiininr<< t: : nivnv; :: tInts
i.'eek it Jacksonville Beach.X -- Street Dendy and Mrs. A. G. Miss Tibby IKickcl Miss Sylvia' ,,, u"I.I,' 1oI'h..1. I'l.ril "The Right: UoBsipinjs Ladies" lit'' s I., I.. "I'aiki-i. h..I0'.t, ', Tux, i>.."fI.|
Eablow Herbert. i nti Vo; 71: iHflifd t In* lid. iliiy' rf
Panken and M. The Junior
I Mrs. R. V. Turner and children Ludwig. ,' Sunday School) Class I the Biooker. school auditorium next I ,\111< ".1. A. I 11. I'MI! boa Tilfd .Hrn.
of Brooker left Rosenberg all] of Jacksonville were I was entertained Thu i'stiay afternoon I In muTMi... n".1 tin., nuidi. iippll< Hlloll
/ was cluck
0 Hayes Thursday for Valdosta. Gu. Friday night lit eight p.' 111 .
I fill II las llftMl to ((0 ia'.tiiI l lih
[ business in Starke where || : guests Sunday of Mr. and Mi's U. ( July 15. with a putty at the with ,. ... .. .. |
twiwarlingr : they will visit Mrs. Turner's | Mis. C C. Smith of Tallahasseewas 1 : I u cast composed nmstly of I "*ri.oii "'n.1 < ri I IflirttIllfi nilitnnf, .
Jacobs and family at Kingsley home of :Mrs. C. A. Cjosby' The I rulloUllIK' lU-NI I Ilii'd >loli'>'ll\r' I III
uSIiY daughter Mrs. W T. Brlnson the week-tnd guest of her snn- Lake. occasion adults Admission i.s only five and :I 111.I: : I'olllllV! ,;,, l I
\ was also Miss Ha .el'Crosby's
In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ten cents Immediately following! I lo-wll : :il -
L R Galney and son, Royce of Mrs. T. H. Sheppard of Winter I J. P Vat-ren. ------ birthday. Twelve mem- the play a ciike-wnlk will be- given (:XoltlieilMt; ,, tJtiiitteI'. of Holll, .IIOIIHI, _ _
I MI's. L. L. Ranne and beis of filmier I !tea. south six \ 'i' ". rifSoolloll
Crocker were business visitors to Garden spent last week here as the ;' sons Roy, i, the clas were piesent with ami eveiyone Is Invited. I III i ToUlinhlp. 7 "' '','''II.
I 'Ji., of Jacksonville returned today i her at this time and I she received ItaiiKv 211 of her Miss Clara The P. T .
tat he Tuesday. guest brother-in-law and Langfoid of. Key to their home In Jncksenvilieafter A held Us regular ,\i',II>N. tnort* ol, le"H
sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pi'lest. I West anti, Baltimore Md. arrived' ,i I many nice gifts. m"I'UnKIonol..y: alteinoon ut the 'I 1"hn nHHt-HHtii, .>nt ..r I 1h.> *nld |irni-
{. spending several days with I After ">,ltv 1 lllld'T,, I til** Mllld.. "*,.s'I''(iri.--II !iO |NKIIIMl .
Getson( and Lonnie Parker of -- -- I Thursday for a visit with Misses' playing several outdoor school house and 'Il''h'd t the fol- I III tll. iMVldi .
Mis. Roiine's slstci. Mrs. A. Z. Ad- UHH Mil"111" of I
Brooker were business visitors I O. P. Hutto returned home this Evelyn and Marjorie Stump. ': I j guiles the gU'StK'I't' served delicious lowing officeis for tho coming 'otniitn! .. ? .
kins I nl.'HH 'lil fitlfli-nu. Hhiill he ..
\\en Tuesday. week following a two weeks visit refreshments. of pineapple' year. : PrcKlilonl l Mis. Fieil. Ha/.cn I il.(.i liiiil a HII.......i'' ..1 I i u.s to ln\v, tli.. |>roiKl -
I with relatives In various pails of Miss Elaine Juice crackers and sandwiches ..V'lce-Pu-sldpnt, Mrs. J Floyd \\11-\\- ,'I 'y ,i's'I'I HllMl. tllflflll, Will.' .lit a...I'I,
returned Miss data RusmMl of St. to HIM hluheNt, 101..1.,1', ,
Thomas of Arcadia i Is the South Carolina. I Augus- Mrs. Crosby was assisted In jotlnll in! Mai-Urn Polk ( nt thoTourthoiiHt. "
Victor Sunday from Ormond wheie she 1 tine the week-end caring ; Secittary, i-s. ; door) on ".., rue, t Mondliv, I lit
hpent here with
upst of his mother Mrs. E. M. I spent two weeks with her j 1' for the guests by the junior teacher Tii'HHiirer M ru. C. .1.J Crews; I Publicity tin, iiinnlli of ,S'itIptai'i'| ." 111:17.: which
cousin her, father, G. It. Russell. Miss I I. I I''ho 'llth I dliv of "Hi'l.telt.'i'| lit 57. -
homas.J. FReeman Register and son, Freeman Mrs. S. C. Carnell. Russell and her sinter Carey Ingnuri and Mrs. ninna ei', Mrs. W. l n..hh. l >m I ..il I HUM, 2'"i I h diiv' of .p,ii I ty. 11)17.nirrii'i .
Jr., left Tuesday for a combined I Miss Johnnie I I Alice Thomas. Finance Chiiiinian. itt i's. i taipliI , .M. "si'.ni.t:
Russell! spent Sunday In .\ .I I 'I 1111 'ui.ns.
J. Rlgdon and daughter. Missva business und pleasure trip to Mrs. J. A. Martinez of Tampa arrived son visiting friends and MUII'I I I Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Rauleison lla/.en I ; Progiam Chul..nll". MIM.Lticiun "cl.M k ..f flienlt" I'ontl, nfKinilfold -

}: Rigtiofl were visiting in Moni- Miami. Wednesday for an extended I (and children spent Sunday in Lake Hazen ; Membernhip Chairman 7-23.6.11-20' .. S I'ounlj. I Kliirldil. I

ca, Ga.. last Saturday. visit with her parents Mr. and I MISHCS Laurette" and 1'risclllti i| Butler as guests of her sister. Mr Mis. ICnuiiv: lIazen.

Miss Juanita Watson of Grand Mis. A. W. Redgrave. ICollcy| returned lo their home inFlorence I II (and Mrs. R. \V. Biannen. They See aiRily of Bmoker-Micanopy.
Joe' Stroud of Orlando Is the I Crossing( is visiting her friend. 1 I were accompanied. home by their hUIII'blllJame/ on page three A
VillalndIlY.\ after
uest of :Mr. and Mrs. D. P. ('III"- Miss Edith Rowe, here for several I Mrs. Fay Gill and daughter Miss i 8Pl.'ntJ'j niece, MISs Pauline Hrannen who i
ing some time with their Iceland. has no trees, no milloiula -
enter. weeks. Florence Gill have returned to1 i ] patents Mr und! 111'8.V.. will spend a few days heie- no army nor navy no foitlficntlons .
----- - their home after a week's vacation i !i ley. Mr. and Mis. L. W. SowelU of no deficit no COLUMN
Miss :Mary Canova of Tnllahas- Mt _IIn.I Mrs. L. D. Keller and I at Jacksonville Beach. : i Miciinopy\ were visiting her /sIR\'r.\ unemployment
Jc'f spent the week-end here wither son. Leo and Mr. and Mrs. John I Miss FOR SALKFourteen heud Mitch
-- Mis. J. n.! Holden and children ]I Mary Molt here Sunday. '
| mother :Mrs. E. E. Canova. Nasworthy and baby were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C.'nll of TaJ! |: Alice Jack and Edward, returned I j Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cailton and ('OWII. Fresh diy an.l stripper ,

friends In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. lahu.ssee will spend the week.end I |''to their home in I ('hll Tampa Monday
Mi' S. P. Vandiviere and ; |''moUned Letsch, Starke, Fla. 7-162tp
8. son with Mr. Wall's parents Mr. and I following a two weeks visit herewith to Shuke! S.itiuduy. 1iNFADH7iltIIJZ'

'jitter and :Miss Madge Middleton and Mra E. S. Mrs. W. L. Wall M re. Holden's brother-in-law Mrs. Fanny Matheny and babyof \V ANTJ..1) Snpp; pine cross tie

I,*,nt Tuesday In Jacksonville. Mrs. Hulduh Corpenmg 1\latlhews'l| -- ''and sister, Mr and Mrs. Freeman I Tampa are spending a while timber. Pay ten cents IItumpa .

and Mis. E. L. Matthews spent ( Mrs. K. G. Duncan had a? her Register/ here a* guests of her mother, Mis. A dependable prescription for Colts! Pay cash every ely for all moved.II. _ _
Mm A S. Crews had her Alice CUlb,Fever,Malaria,and Ipjluenza,
as Monday in Jacksonville. I I guests Monday Mrs. Marcus\ Howard. -- ---- Thomas. H. Kerce P. O Kox 203, Lake
Ijest for the week-end her sister Mrs. Eurie Brown and Mrs. I Mr MI''. and Mrs. R. 'r 081<'('n weie'I At drag etoret 2Gc or send stamps tooutLr. .
and M 1 ii.V.. G. Haile and!l' Deal CoJarksonville.Fla. Butler, Fla. 7-0-4t ,,,
|;rs. J. R. Keller of Madison. Mrs. DeWitt McGill all of Lake Butler. i'son.
Jessie Mae\ Blakely spent I Jdck, ate moving this week to

the week-end in Lake City as the -- make their lome In H.istlngs,
Misses Edna and Elizabeth Hut- guest of her brother and sisterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of' where they wl'l have charge of the No. T\LL PAR.T.PAK

.. are pending] this week at Jack. Mr. and Mrs J. S. B.ilsden. Jacksonville spent the week-end i :, Hotel Hastings and cafe. Mrs. : : TIP I TOP

i.nville Beach I with Mr. RI don's parents11': and I Haile for some time has been mnn- ,." 'S

Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and herguest Mis. J. J. Rigdon. tiger of the Starke Hotel. ('()LA or Ii _
I Mr and :Mrs. R. A. Newsom o __ I
Mrs. T. B. Barrow of Boston I'INEAI'I'I.KJUICE
ere visiting relatives in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilkinson" c."s I :
Ga., W
t'le spent Tuesday at Silver 11 I returned home
SundAY.Mrs. Spilngs.. and Mrs. Will Wilkinson of Palat- to Jacksonville Sunday after GROCERYS1oIOU.rtU

ka were guests SunddY of :Mr. and I spending two1 weeks/ with his father _

| Laura Baxter, of Brooker, Mrs. A. S. Clews. and Mrs A. Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson. : nnd mofh'er-in; law Mr. und. -

is here Saturday visiting Mr. W. Anderson) were in Gainesville on Mrs. W. H. Struth In their cottageat HAS THE SPECIALS 3 Qts. 25c

d Mrs. F A Scott. business Mis. J. C. Prather and children l.ake.Irs..
Tuesday afternoon. Kmgxley Edwards
J Helen and Billy. of Lynch Ky., are I and daughter Frectrick.i. will remain 37c Friday and Saturday, July 23-24 Pint. Bottle HejMiMlt, JjI

Dr and Mrs. M. B. Herlong James Richard Wainwright of guests of Mi. and Mrs. \V. C. until August 1. _
> re business visitors to Jackson- Prather. I '
I;'e Jasper spent the week-end herewith ___ --- -- I I'l'1.1. REAM WIS. HKOOfvI'IKIJI M l'E: .11'H'V FANCY .4 _
Monday his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. --- ----------- j i MI'. and Mrs. W, A. BesHnnl. Sr. '

D. Wainwright. Vernon Rowe and son Jimmie. i i, have had as tecent quests Mrs. I CHEESEPound BUTTERLEM0N$ Doz. 20c

MaisEtliolin White spent Sun- u_ __ __ of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. i David Oliver and two -

\ y as the guest of Miss Charlotte Mi. and Mrs. J. W. Willaid. of Howe's father. Ben Rowe, over the Misses Martha and .Jaughterll'j, :,\". I-\N( I COHULKK' _

wage in Lake Butler. Jacksonville announce the birth. weekend.Mrs. Christine liiyan Mr. end. Mrs. 20c Pound 39c IL

of a girl. bom July 13 in St. Vincent's HHIold. Hulls Mr. and Mrs. DavidTuiner T.uw\: iIDmntm Jfis- POTATOES 10 iuS. 20cMACARONI

| Miss Etholln White and Walter Ho"plhd.11': and Mrs. Wil 0. L. Beusley, Mrs. A. Z.Adklns. and two children. all of ___

vntre -pent Saturday In St. laid were. former residents of Mrs. :M. K Drown :Mrs.L. Fort Lauderd.tle. _

f igustinc Bradford County. D. Vininjr Mrs. D. P. Carpen-i I I LA R D i PEACHES 3 Lbs 25c

tei. und :Mrs. T. T. Long ,pent.II MI. and Mis. V. ti. Harrell. and

NAT SEZ :' Monday afternoon In Jacksonville. I children .returned home Saturday I Pkgs. lOc 2 Lbs. 2Sc i KI.I.OW _

II I I after spending two weeks vlHiting'relatives : :- i
''I Little Misses Dolls and Audrey In Hopkinsville Ky. They oClf1.uU4 ONIONS 3 lbc lOc
.\ hin.iin.in nl l ".Mellcntmfunny .
once < I Uedley of Tampa arrived :Monday were, accompanied home by Mrs. 1':. r\N('YKIKMPoKunAdtUl.l5c :

|UH>ple. They' holl water to for an extended visit with their ''P. Murphy and Miss Ernestine -

$L make him hot put Ire In to make Hauls.giandpaients Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ,, will Murphy spend of some llopkinsvllle time here., Ky, who Pound 19c BANANAS 4Ibs. 15c 1i

him cold, put Migur In to make him
.' sweet, then put lemon In to make After a sit weeks visit with Mr. The W. C T. U. meeting will be

and Mrs. John Uglow and other ''held on Friday afternoon at 3:30: I Io'dock 12 I.RM. 24 LIIS. .
him notir. Cull liliu: Ice 11. Sum- '
tl'il'nds. Mrs. L. E. Deudon. of Elgin with Mrs. Lorena Epperson

people |I"'.ij out Rood ntonej' for had III., has returned to her home ; at her spacious home on WalnutSt. I 43c 75c 1

merrhiindiie "hf>n they C'IIIIto to there. Members and friends of the pFLOUR

---- oiganization visiting In
McrnlM-rB't nnil Ret good merrhandlse or
Miss Hazel Stroman, who has new comers are always welcomedat
for the lame nroll"1..II'lIn.: been heie visiting her jrrandmoth- the meetings. _

funny people.WATERTOWN er. Mis W. S. Stroman, and her t, --. -

aunt, Mrs. S. S. Bowling left Wednesday Mt. und Mrs. J. S. Baker of KM K ROSE ..

for her home In Miami. Tampa wel e the guests several FREE
S i I days this week of the Rev. and RICE TIP TOP MARKET -

Miss Cleo Sapp of Jacksonville I i i Mrs. \V. H. Fischer.
:IEM' i or B01SHITE They were ( I ) :3fl IM>\ ( NPOWDER -
WORK SHIRTS \\ It'tK was the guest of her friends Misses I I i accompanied. home today by Mrs.J. 5 Lbs. 20c '

Ruth Edith and Rosa Mae E. Hamilton. Miss/ Jimmae Hamilton ROUND STEAK Lb. 16c .

I- FtLL CUT TROUSERS75c Rowe from Tuesday until Thurs and Sonny Boy Baker, who TIP TOP -

day. have spent the) past two weeks here
: II I| as guests of Mr. and. Mrs. FlHcher. I UITII P'U'If.E OF
$1.00 Mrs. C. I. :Man.issa 4 CHANT OCT\ JON
has as her <

guests her daughters, Mrs. D. B. Miss Kate Struth returned Tuesday Pound 25cIIKMK RIB STEW (FLA.) Lb. 1 Oc \I'I

White of Feinandina and :Mrs. J. from a one day trip to Orlando |{ KITCHEN -

P. Burns and children. of Atlanta. where she was the guest of her E.thUll. lK.. -I- .

I HELL"lORD If \l'tiR.'sflE I'' Ga. I i I I :Mrs.brother-in-law W W Paige.and sister Messrs.Mr.Hilly and COFFEE PICNIC HAMS Lb. 23c MATCHES .

Overalls Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Copeland | and Martin Paige accompanied her 2 Cans 25 \ 1f(( IM \

I Overalls of West Palm Beach arrived Sunday home and will spend several days I cBKKAK 3 Boxes lOc
for a visit with Mrs. with their ,
Cope- grandparents Mr. and (>' MORN SMOKED BACON Ib 25c '

FOR FOB )5IEN I land'a parents, Mr. anMrs, W. M. Mrs. W H. Struth at their cottage. __ ___

I :MEN Edwards. on Klngsley Lake. I II II SMOKKtl '

4 BH'B I W. H. Hart and T F. Landrum I COFFEE SAUSAGE Lb. 15c SALT
I OK soiii i: OF 'P"I.Ie'i ,i'iir'\
$1.00 delegates to the Rotary district I lOrnltlf Full TItKKIt fllll '.,.: :KI.1I Lb. 19c Boxes lOc _-

STRIFEI, I assembly In Barlow Monday and I :MVrH'K; IS: JIKUKMy: 'II I I v 1';.<0:, That .
I \ r. l lHh K .Vritlnx,
hol'i.-r l
"OK BOYS Tuesday gave a report of the of Tax VitlflfHIa No. 1 II5.t ,lnMti,:il M.\\VKI.LCOFFEE III'SE! FA.NC'V BEIIA -
meeting to members here Wednesday. he Jnl' day of A"1r".I, A. D lull: I,
ban fn.Ml HIH, <* In my offlr I anti linn
29ci Tomatoes4No2cans25c -'
LJc: $1.50 mad. l# apiiluntlon: I for a fax I )it. |MMUI* Mrs. E. M. Thomas had her .*mhra<'"n th following 'I..rll./l i ilirnprrtv IIKBSIIEY'S: Hfl.KSUGAR
_ i .
In Ihn
County of Kruiiror'l' i i
guests Sunday her son-in-law and Slat of Florida' to-wlt: FREE ICE TEA GLASS

[ IH.'E daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. B. :Mills : lak.Him'k$Nix hi'Ps(H In I-otiO Houth.In*ant f'roKby(. .uar.IC I I I 5 Lbs. 25c

DENIM HOV'S KIMKI and children of Gteen Cove ,' at He.-lion 24 Hi In North'PH U tnt M \\\\ F.I.L IIOIE. C IKUPTONS "'.'.'\iC'V ,.usu JKAI.V
t iJUHitur' u( fttvtlon :XH
t WORK Springs. ')'., PANTS WORK PANTS KintTht.: of TEA 1-41b 25c PATNA RICE 5 Lbs. 25c
A..n'.nt' the Hnhl' prop
Miss Eunice Williams, :Miss Eve frtv nml*.r th. sail certificate IMti .
11 lyn Sikes. Fred Ring. Willard .. ..,l wUO' l.. Ih. nun 'it A. K liar I.IHIU'S! FA.Nf: ; .\.% I ll(.\.VIIBREAD -

$1-00 $1.00 Mathis and Inez Shiver of Jack !I (.ortet'nlenN naM ....rt If Irate shall h.. -
sonville were week-end guests of ,\I .\.-..rn., ."\ nfo..,r .
.rly iliirrln'l therein' will bft Hold. ,
Miss Virginia Alvarez. :frfr> the hiirlitf hl..r l at the court : _
bout'. door on th. flnt Monday In Bulk Gal. 15c _
I month ..f M. (. nhr, Vinegar,
th* p > 1917. which" Corn Flake 3 Pkgs. 25c
Mr.. Albert J. Newman
Mr. and ,,,. ,
IT PATS TO BUT AT t* *fh Mr n f M.p'.mh..r.417./ _
announce the birth of a son, Albert faI.-i this I'Jth day tit July 1917. Tall Salmon, Can lOc Corned Beef Hash lOc
rr.FFH-'IAU ,.)
STERN Jerome. 3 r.;on Thursday July 15. _
Mrs. Newman prior to her mar 'l.rk of Circuit Court of Prince Albert Tobacco, can lOc I Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25cBRADFORD _
Iradfor4 County, Klurlda..
riage was Miss Louise Kite. 7-2J-51-8-30: '

.. '"-'.. '- ..... ..... --'--- -- '. _,- -----a----. --- -. -___..__-.__,____..__ ______.._._,__________._ -.- -l.------- ' __ _

IAIY M .h ,,r ?....ny, I'lMfl'' a"rM', '[p1erikMIYIN,. ", iM'I ,"Y4vYAf.C

41 --
d Tttj CLERX'II =

i I Continued from Pare Three Tau. I '... !! '.... taste Reports of the Fla.. Junt JO t'1II'
Cloork ,or' ?<
tl 0..1..... ..*. T R.A Owvrr 4t Co*.* Court In and for Bradford Vd"c"i
? Lot 4, S, 6. o! Florida on account

KVi Of NEH of NE'4 -17 1:12: 20 Harry O. Strohfeldt _. 3.13 IJvlnienton" ed. for, the year U36.of i Ipxrr aaee4n:

8 A on W eld* of NW\* Lots(0'"5. 4 7, Annie B. Pettlt __ 378 C' A'.!< ".IT
l 1 i1 of SWVi ex N 1 A for : 1936 $ |
1 ; church .-..__ -... 17 8 21 9 Lem Goodwin* .-__.___ 3.47 ,31, 'I : C...., rr!:,r """r,

N4 SE'4 of 8E'" _"& "SE'_.__Of..1! 8 21 120 Edith/ Ph.]p. _______ 33.04 Lot'u'"2. J of Jo..nnl..St..ar.. __ 247 To Wy Balance amount due __ '""*
.. collected 'I J
M Truhy
oBW 1 n
' y 'e,3e s NW'4 NE Cor for:l church ex .._.In.1I 8' 21 39 Ellrabfcth DeSu ______ 7.21 DIv.. of .l E' To Balance....due. 4 ,111&1 s.."\K
1 Lot :2 of Blk F.rfelt.r.
t 814 of 8Ei4 of 8W'. ex 1 Mon, Trnbv Eel _____ 7.81 To Balance due _
: Holder
I In MS Cor W of h.- ,
kt Lodd .__._.__,.. __..__..21 8 22 20 J. W. Edward ____._ 22.31 Dlv of NE" By amount Balance collected J"l
: due
Lot :2 of :! fiction. ...._:.__ 103 IdU lO
_._______._. 754 "
J Jw' 4 NE'4 of SE>4, of SWVi__..21NEV4 8 22 10 M Rhoden cton, ? Donally __,___-- 491 C.uty lt.sd ..4 hrldge All
\ of NW ," ex part Dlv of NE' To Balance due _. _
heretofore deeded -..21 8 22 25 W. F. Mott _____u___ 12.08 W'.j of Blk B. Maloney 1764 By amount collected-; 'Ml 1

9.92 Acre In SEVi of NW14 Truhy A ; : Oelger ______-_-_-_-_ 3.13 '1'0 .,.nrdu.. !

..... Deed Recorded InDeed of NE;. of Herring ____n____ &." C....y 8cbal ...."?.,'''2".
I Hook 40 at Da r. / To Balance due
127. 21 8 21 10 Q. S. Bradley; ..___u__ tilIE Lot 3, 4 of Bv amount cllecteded; t "!0i

', r t r wbotBlk1RofRZW' Div uton of Truby NE'i : : Green __._____.___ 3.n To Uulance due ..I'ttc..iF
f ("or" El
:1 I .v I A In NB I.. 11281$
} f of Xllk W In Lut" 1. 4 or / To Balance
j yl due
} } Temple; .1UgfD'fva. 21 8 22 9 D. L. Lloyd ___._.N.- B3 Livingston, By : ? 210%
d t'' }; NWV4f Blk 4 Sof-BI Co' Sub :; Moor __________ 7." To SaTanc. collected due 1101
of Blk S 8 of NE14 _____ h 14Y4, ,
t W & SW4 Tales
____ 538 Ssa-BA..1.
... 1t".I..
Lot 2, 3 or Onterman
7 !% t it2 W & 60ftwldsE ;: To Balance due
3'y tt & W by 330 ft NitS on I.; LIvlngHton", I By mount collected 1.30751

c (u 1 w Bide. of SEVi of Blk 3 ,., , ('o'.. /Sub : 4 10 1'0 Balance due 11130
< 'I NE'4 ____ Retch _________. h
H of R 3 W. also that .. ...._ 121031
p I" : 654 al ."......1 :
71 '' portion of SWVi of 8W>\4 I S<4! of Blk Sullivan -------- To Balance due ao..ed
Edward ....____ 691
"7 s1 of NE'4 contained In ,, Truby & 1.84 Hy amount collected flOU
d' description/ ., of of Uarrett --------
r Jam two NEV {
; r i To Balance due 2:01:
ii. .. { also com at a pt 17* ft V4 of BUt 87, A. drift! ..------ 224 1.52 Agrle.lt.rat '' ITo
t,1 H N of BE Cor of lard Llvlngnton. tirlffl ----------
a .91 Balance due
It owned by Jennie. Hartman -o'n Sub '! ; / Knlffen .____ By amount collected- 2180 I
la f 1 y'' & run N 486 ft W NEW ___ ; : ; Bertie Terrell ---- 8.17 To Balance due :coil:

Y i t. d ij2 626 fl, H 486 ft, E 62Sft Lot 1 A 814 of Terrell Agt ------ 817 Wi........--Pen.l... 318:0:
eifl to toeaall In Temples 9. Davis. A To Balance due n ..
} Hub Dlv _... .--.21 0 22 13 E tn Cell 12 20 dition to By amount collected_ ? .,U

+'. k"I t 141k3PofRiW&Eu' fBlk Lot 1. 2. 8. ; To Balance due. ..- 'Iii,, B
? 3 H of u 2 W In Krncl 1 Lot Read B.ad "I IBo
.90 Refuel
Tyal ___ ____ J .
h } of NE'i, Temple Blk B ex a : Wiggins n...... 3.50 Balance due _
: ..
''I i,1 jlw Sub Dlv _. -21 8 21 15 Ben Del] ______u_____. '.11 7. 8, Jones By amount rollnotvd 4OISUI,'
T t fni Lot I of Blk 1. Pinehurtt Starke ._ Product To Balance due hO. \Wg
: _. .21 8 22 C. Letcch __ ________. 117 NH of Lot Dairy 1,0432/
g t Development u .__________ 414 Read A ",Id"",. Interest
It Pin4i 4. 8 of 1 -----
rai 'ft Lot ft of Silt 2, a'd : /11..1.. Fund
rZt Development.21 8 12 Mr*. Maud Walnwrlftht. 7.84 l : To Balance due .
( t ( } Lot 3 of Illk 2, PlnehuritDevelopment Lot* 2, 3, 4. By amount collected- .Jill!

.....-..21 8 22 Geo. F. bong.__..... 1." mk tion to 2, ", : : & J. H. Saxon ____ 11.19 To Balance due .H331
i All WV4 of Blk I Sot R 2
W and all EH of Blk II N 10 ft 5 In ""OTIC' Or- .trpl.h'llio%'

( SMR3 W A NWH of 39 ft 7 In of Prince __._____.. 6.46 FOR T411 ...:a'"
Wllf t: I4 nik I 6 'H of R a w In 9, Temple ...,
If Temple Sub Dlv ez 8 1H Starke __ NOTICE IH HF.HFI1IIt1ES! : !

( I It A fold Mm Murrhee.___21 8 21 S Unknown .........____ 904 Lot 4, 5. of L. W. Howell holder cf 't5., ;'', That!'

i,' HM, of :NE4of' NEK Of pin : : : Saxon __ _______ 23.71 cats No. 28, InHtled I th. 4th. "robe
7 ,
SE'4 _._..22NK'4 8 11 5 Unknown .......u__ 359 Lot 1 2 of n July A. D. 19J7. has fll.d day ,1
uv a of PK'4' of SE>4 ..__.22KEi. 8 11 10 Federal Land Bank.___ 1468 h..x mud xnt I Isfor
4l 8 11 10 _____..___ 217 pies of tax deed i IJ'PU.atl'| | .
kL of NWi/ of SE'i! --23 Harry Stern Lot 1 2 of r to be IHHUth
NWi of NWVi .....__ .____23 8 11 40 T. B. William ________ ".13 Bald certificate .mbral1"M '"*
j pin the tout, .
1 ''t 111" E 8 A of NV4/ of SEVi o f N'4 : Swindell ________ 4.70 Ing described property" |In the "
r <
{1'' awl .__ _._23 8 11 8 Mra. Bertl Terrell ___ 1." Lo1t9.8 .: \ ty of Bradford Stats of Florida, I
/ to
''I All WH of Jl/E'/ of SEVi Starke __ __ 2.58 wit:
Otlll .......
A+ N of road -. .____..23 8 12 11 J. G. Boyd _____.____ 1493 Lot Nine Block Sixteen
: : ________ 3.50 Ward
{ '1 Lot 1, 2, 13,
N 25 A A E 500 ft of the B City Section Eight ,

V N 15 of A public of SW road% of..aw..._i_(23 1 21 28 Federal Land Bank ___ 29.40 Stark Temple* __ : Saxon ?,______ 17.73. Seven East. South ItHiiee Towiuhip Twenty
Lots 9. 4. 5, :I Saxon __________ 15 68
All WV4 of 8W% of NK>4A of Blk 20. The assessment. of the IK 10 prop.
EMi! of 8EV4 of NW\.. dition to : erty under the said. rtinriiuie, u.
__......24 6 22 22 C. B. ______ 4.61 bled In
fi of public road Strickland Lot 8 9 of McDonald__:___ 20.35 wan the name ?r Florence
NEV4 of NEU\ ....__..____..28rVWVj 8 11 40 A. Bronk ___e. _______ 1392 : /; Ward.
1 1 111 \ of SEVi' ___ *. 9 11 40 Mr*. Etta Brinson11.79 Blk pin 21 ex Unless said certificate nhnll M n.
fI a If 'W'4of BV4 of SE"ofh deemed according law, the prop
ft of
N 30
SWVi, ? .-27 8 11 10 Mr*. A. F. King ______ 480 erty described therein will ,Se mldt..

Sr t !. SEV; of NWH. -27 8 11 40 R. B. Alvare _.__u__ 11.01 Lots pIn I. 2, 3 of Ivey Pollard _____ 65.67 the highest bidder at th; < court
p On. A In SW Cor of EV4 cfbEl. : house door on the fliat M..inlay, 'in
i t.; i. of BEVi ______27 8 21 1 C. N. Holder __________ 1,43 plea 2 3, Green ________ 9.89 the month of September w 1 which
Loin 1. -
Y yt; I P'1. of 8WU of NWi27 8 11IS 20 Warren E. Perkins ____ ..13 in. II, : .. Hartlln _______ 6 64 IH the 6tb. day of Meptcml-, ., |1933
r W14 of E'l! of NWVi efWV : : Dated thin 16th. day or (luh I 1017.
..._-27NWVi I 5 A. F. P. King ________ 480 dillon to &J. H. Saxon 8.47 (OFFICIAL SEAL)
r Com 110 S ----
of SWH of NE>4..27 I !3 10 Kit William 400 A. J.
Alderman _.____ 4.31 THOMAS
y W IS A of NEW of NWI,_27 9 12 13 Delia Keller ::::=:::: 754. Pnn &Ave : -:: Clerk of Circuit >' ,ui of,

t o f .Beeat NW Cor of NEVi of ft way, R 220 run ft Thornton ________1499 Bradford Count'>. Florida
KEV run S .2 ft, T23Bt82OTICK

n, ti thence E 625 ft. thenceN Highway Highway ____________ 9.68
92 ft, thence Westerly. Stark __ : ; Alderman _______ 8.17 % OK .PPI.I' \lld\
on N line of Raid 40, 626 Jones 4 10 FOR T\ 1)KH.IKrmmtr : : .
4 ---------- '
; ft to beg, alno beg lit Lot. 11. 12. Jones 3.28 Bill "OJ. 1t.1'
tai ---------
PW Cor of SEVi of NEii Lot In
& run N 828 ft, thence BD26 "stark : Alderman ______ (.38 Florence 18 HEREBY OI\KTh l
u Varnadoe, h..I/O"l i 'f" 01|
i ft, I thence S 828 ft to Call t'M W : / | Saxon __________ 8.06 Tax Certificate No. 47
i tied' th.
1 ) K line of ssld> 49< thence A H by I
f 4t W on line 520 ft to ) One Lot com 6th. day of September A. I It 1 1S1I,

1i, b..g _..--______-.--__.27 8 21 Gn.: Oray; .___...._.? 8.72 Call & haw filed Name In my off!< and liu
made application for a tat Yt t 1 One lot In NW Cor of W 4 W on Call J h. iKMued thereon Said l ..rtificti

E 1 t of SEVi of SE'/ of NE'4tielna Broadway embrace the following l..Kcnt. ''...4
E1 110 ft E & W by nn nald St : > ...__.. 25.10 property In the County of Kindlon
110 ft NitS __________28 8 21 A. J. WIlk ron _u____ 4 n E thence 330 N ft ", State: of Florida, to-wit.:

iJl + Com 105 ft S of NE Cor cfKE14 > ft to beg 1:: Lot Eight of Black M' Etf-fn,
t of NEVi run W Com at NW Ward city. Section Eight Town.
I v, ) 420. ft, H 105 ft, E 4.JO ft. doraon ship Seven, South Range", Tu.n<
I 4., N 105 It to beg -_______28 8 11 1 1. J.. Keller ___un____ '.18 Alley & !ty East.'
j ',, l One lot 40 ft E'& W by 105 Lane 62 ft The anHenMtnent. of the xHid prop.

H i ftN&RInNWCorof> .. 62 ft tn rty under the nal .r E14 of NWVi/ of SEVt of> iJ.! .0 thence B surd. was In the name d'L. R.

I I ?* ? _?.__28 8 11 -. Roger Battle ,___..... 497 Starke .4 Oalney.Unle.
I >4njE' lytnB ,N One lot Com ** Maid certificate I shell b. r..
of rail St & W of Canal NW Cor '! ,deemed. according' to law. the pro
i i"h A E of Church St ex the : Lane & Durham ......... 1 v.6. rty described. therein will b. so
I 1 folIo deacrlbedpiece I rim N 117 to the hlchewt bidder at th* courthouse
". oflprope ty front* 1 S U ft, W :; : door on the first Monctar U
eng on Church St: E. H. ft to the month of September, 1937 which
( Hmlth'a! home; Mr*. Matilda .1 Thence E 1"0., I I. the 6th. day of September, HI!
i M' Lee home; The ' 140 ft to A Effl Bedenbaugh 4.70 Dated thin 16th. day of Jill l"t I !
1 EptHcopal Church and I Com NB (OFFICIAL PEA' )
Parsonage. : J. O, Hoover Alley at A : : 4 Pitt ______-_ IS.31 A. J. THOMAS
I p' home A U. M. Flatrunk' 105 ft. B Clerk of Circuit ,court of
+ home _.---_....-..20 S II 2t Quigley: II Davis ______ /t.n ft, W 52f!lia / Smith _____n_ I... Bradford County Klorldi
Lot 6 of BIOriginal Stark : 7-23-61-8-20
r// Town of Starko.._.__._21 I fl Unknown ________ 8.68 One lot of
LN g of Blk 3, Original 262 ft V A Stella John___ ..81 JVOTIOR OF APPLIC4.IIO%
tt Town of Htarke _-28 1 II Quigley 6: Davia ______ 7.13 R: A W FOR TAX OKFI
Lotx 1. 8, B &: part of Lot & E by "' Elsie Sparkman ._ 461 (**...* Bill N.. JtI:1I:l
7 of Illk\ 14, OriginalTown Blk 12, In NOTICE IS HEREBY ''f of Stark ____ 28 I 21 Quigley; It Davis ______ 1f1.30 Htarke _. ; Hiyne __....... 1233 *. Bertha. Hreek, holder of Ta
p One lot 60 ft B Win SW Bllo 9, 14 In : C. Gould ......_ 56.00 Certificate No. J67. Issued I the :'it
i for of Lot 7 of Blk 14. dltlon to "' day of July A. D. 1930, ha. flM
Original Town of Sty A In NW same. In my office and has midi
Ma rite -.._28 II 21 Qulaley II Day). ___u_ 311.19 \of SEU:; b : Ada Nimmo ______ 1019 application for a tax deed to bI
j TC] 26 lett n )In of Lot* 8 of ft S by S11! Issued thereon. Said oertlfloatbrace < to'
18. Original Town Com at NW following de crlbe of Stark -.__-..__ 28 8 22 Chaa G. Woodbrld.___ 11.0 eon. A \ : A.Stella John, ._ 712 ntbh County nf llrailfw
Lot. 6. 8 of Blk 1* ex B4SH : W on ; : : State of Florida, to-wlt
ft. Original Town of N 334 ft, A Mary Ackley._ 1(19 Lot 15 In Woodlawn. Section lj
Stark.. ._____ .....21 I 31 Chaa G. Woodbrld.-.." Myrtle St ; ; Township. 5 Houth RatiK, :1
8 E ad 8-20 ft of Iota 5, ,. along Bald Seal ______n___ 1619 Rant containing Acres, mor
3i of nik 17, Original Town 2 A, RICO. Adam ___......._ 817 or less.
Htarke 28 4 11 -- Chaa G. Woodbrld.123.83 Cor of eE' \ Adam ......_ ..81 Th ai>Ke...ment of the paid pop
wOII 2-3 ft of Lots: t S.:,' of NE' Fort ........____ 8.17 erty under the said certiflmt'< ,"'
i Blk 17, Original Town of WU of 8E<4 ud wan In the name of J :s! s-
Htarke; ____. -18 5 n Chas G. Woodbrldg.77.40 HWi4 of : _.___-_--- 194 ling.
One Lot 10 ft B A W by In NE Cor Unleo Bald certificate shill t>. redeemed

70ftN&SInSWCorof NW Cor & according to law the properly
Blk 18. Original Townof Cor A 8E'4 described. thpr..lnIII b* ..*
Stark. .20 S II Mr"". Clara 1. pe.k..._ .... on 1 tot to the highest bidder at the court
Lot 5. 7, of Blk 19. Orlgl' of SE' 'or \ house door on the first. Monday ':
nal Town of 8tark..U II II t. A. Davie Jr. ____u_ 43.28 run W 50 : I the month of September 1937, *

Lot S.'N10ftofWtpd to State Packham ____ 2361 I"I of September, 11m-J
i'lklOt.fhr': ; of Lot : E on pall Trlt _______ 2.14 Dated this 16th. day of July,
l owa thence N/ / ,___.__.___._ ..38 (OFFICIAL REAL)
I of Starke ___. _-i_..28 I 21 G.. C. Llvln..ton ______ 8'.110 pt of beg J. THOMAS. .
Blk 21. Town of8tark t.i..
Original rk of Circuit
I : .. -_-28 S U Ch... G. Woodbridg. __ 163." :1 bounded A In E Bradford County tFlnrida
Lot I of BIX 25. Original 7-21.5t.8-20 _
Town of Btarke _______.28Lot I II Mra. Mlnnle E. Qulgley11.11; W Add by to ....
6 8 of Blk 27 1410\
.at'Town; of Bt.rlce.28 S U Mra. Anna G. Mllrrh.__ aU1 A Stark N by ._ '/ FOR T.6X D.IIINOTllm.HIJ'J :

B'4! of Lot 1, 3, 5 of Blk SE4 of 8Wtf Davis _u_______ (.(1 %.. >$'>>
28, Original Town of : /11BN; Tho''

Stark .-IIOn 1 pf Loca C. Sweat ________ 410 Beg of SEU at SW A ________.___ 11." :Mr. Bertha Or..k.. holder of T.
lot 80 ft aq In NB Co for Harden _...?. .... Certificate Nol* 324. I lmifd the 711
of Blk 29 a* extended on B 2rOP ft, Harden. ___nn_. 6.8H day of July A. D. 1910. h" filed
Enny' Map, Original ft to .name In my office and has made 0:
Town of Starke ...... 28Blk S u L A. Davis Jr ________ 0610 to l ti I plication for a tax deed to b. I
"o I
Lot 2 ofJohn 87. J. M ( '
B to pt of 1 Minnie L. Triplett. 6.58 sued thereon. Said certifcate om.
Additionto r / propPerty
/ described
Stark ....t..i.---------25: 1 '' U c. '. Mar,. Bo, Malon.,. .-- _, '.11I "Wi4 at' SE A Cot I '> ( | | | I .. ........_____ 20.12 brace In the the following County of Bradtord'State .
H 10 ft of all Lot N 810 ft to of Florida to-wlt:
Lot 8 of Blk 84 J. M. r Quarter
150 ft to Stewart A J. E. West Halt of Norteael
r John Addition toStarke thence 8 to >............... 1.99 flf Northwest Quarter of Pre'tion
____. _______ ___28 II 'D. C. Kinlaw ti-------- '.10 Com 210 ft N : .11 Township 5 Solttb RA.r
Lot. 2, 4 of Blk 88. J.. M. NEk, of ::: \ Minnick ...... 10." 22 East containing .o ,tcrea

John''Stark __Addition___________..to.28 I fl 3. T. Qul..le: _________ S 1)1) ft.210 8 ft.210 N ft more* assessment or leu*. of theerty "L nr.n.Th .

Lot 1. 2 ot ''ll 'tIk l. iN of NW(4 !: / A AlUtta O. under the said certli 'at1a1'

M. Johns < 6 A .. I __---_--_____. 14.27 sued was In the name nf J f '
Stark _-_--___________28 I II D. C. 30ne. _____nu_ 2.0. NWi4 of l Ins,
Lot 9, 4 & N 20 ft of Lot of Canal __ ) Mitchell _____._ 1.J2 Cnle.s said certlflcati ,hall\ lht b/
of Blk 37, J. M John, B' nf NEi-4 redeemed according to '"w',.,
Addition to Stark' ____28 S II 3. '1'. Quigley ________ 18." A 4 N of Ry County, Florida property described. th roln"t tilt N

t 2'lfAS E.i of of R SWt4 BW Bounded Cor SE'i' of 5E4 old to the. highest. fleet' loA'
NWla of court house door on 911.
N by John Add W N 8 Aol HOME day In the month of Septettil'et: ;: "
alolot !
by by 80 line '
r' : of SEl : which I I.. the 11th day or
\ Johns oAddition to J.M of SEC ex S...... 1937.- July 191T
stark ___._______ ____tl S II J. O. Boyd ___uu____ '.1))' Coo Car _A__.x _4 (OFFICIAL Dated this t'EALIA. 16th. )day
I --
Lot 3 of Blk 1, Livingston eo
I _... Beg .. J. TH< fAIII. or
Truby A Co'. Addition 1- ---- of aEa Cot Clerk of Circuit t our;: t
.__.. 1 II O. C. '. Florida
N Loto Rtarkof Blk-----1.--Living----- LI"ln..ton ------ 9 8W, A Bradford County,
( W 7-23-51-1-20
"hna. -
ton: Truby 4% Co' Ad 6 10-100 .

I Lotlg.n 5 to, 7 Stark of Blk..8..-i.i.:1I S II 3. W. Edwards ________ 130I N beg IIi Chn,. ;"""mKjtrj&z: 10"
I ex
ingston, Truby & Co' road _._. .*u>.4. BUI *. : !
Addition l to :Irrl* __II' I II G. C. Livingston __"__ 11.18 Lot.. 6. A of .. .. .. ... NOTICE la HEREBY.laF.N.7bel'' !
yr Lot 4, II of LlvInKKton *
coln City W. H Smith I holder. THV rulol(
i Truby A Co' Lot 3 of Blk cat No. I2H. l.*UPd the 6th I "JinAugust.
Addition to "Stark; 'Llvlna--* .11 S 21:1.: G. Boyd ________u_ n... City __ : STATION A. D. 1929. mHulrlenplaetdfor ; ,"
6 Blk 11, office '
Lot I& of Blk my and ha '.
ton, Truer, Co'. Addition '"*
City _____ a tax deed to b. Issued ,, '".
.______.11 U
to Stark .
Unknown: 11.U ih'
------------- BH A Com at Said certificate JT'nir
Lot 7 of Blk 11, Living NWk4 of ln described .V .
ton n"1 Id
Truby Co'* Addltlon on Sec lln of Bradford State of lo '
k' I. to rte it S U Ba;,.. II Sternberg ____ 1.18 thence B! to wit, .,
.. n.
Lot 8 of Blk Llvln I*; r"*
f>f the NWVJ of NBV4 l'Ie<'llon" .
ton. Truby A Co'* Addition '
? to Stark. __.___II I II 0 H Bennett 1" .. thence N N r.. : .. OUR TIRES AND :: 7 South Range, m .n' ?r
-------- .v. to containing 40 Acres
Lot* 1. 2 of Blk 18, Llv.Inriton NW. of GUARANTEED
;f Truhy A Co'. W to beg .. of the raid I Doped..
BB Bmeilt ,
ji 0 Lot.Addition l 01 Stark e.-_.2 l 4 21 J. C. Terr 11. agent __ 2161 Com at NW ty under the said certlOcot 1 ,!* \r t
1. 2, 8. 23, 14 ot of NW'i A A Specialty of W. ll a
wa In the name "
Blk 18, Livingston Tru- ; ;
by A Co'. Addition to ... -- _. 8 105 ft. deemed Mid. certiflcat "n"h"prof; > ;
108 ft to .. law. ]
!!! h_ -----_ .if 6 U W po Mott 25.97f according. wl.!. be sort
LotSta4rkbe t A In NW ( :
I nf Blk 18, ---------- CALL 60 :arty described therein .
c Bton. Truby A LlslAd.i tlEI4 W being to th* highest tledfirsthe tllh''daru,' ,18

t r dition to. Stark. ..-.-.!' f al -. 'J. ii. $pyd --. .-------- ..... II A by In 440U NB" S : nom' MOTOR I houii_ t-fc i "
r j"KM
I drtviagatofl.'TI1bf// a' gJ8U I It.... lS7L
Addition N A H 1 by Dated. this 14th day o,
to Starke _n.U 4 .1 John M Seymour 311 side LINES AGENT
LotH 1. 8>>, 13. 14 of Blk 26, A 813 (OFFICIAL: SEAL I )

z1 3. Llvlngnton Truby A 8 public A In NW road : : LACY CONWAY Clerk of Circuit C art I f
iJ Addition to Mtark 23 6 It I. R. Moore 2090 of NWU! : Bradford county p1orlAa ,

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f 1lt"r n.\PTliiT Pastor II AVAIU\BLE IN: 'lAutIU.\ .'.\:\ SI'liESIII>
KeC'. H. Price !
I School, 10 o'clock a. 'm., LIVE STATE NEWS '
Sunday There at
A j Thomas Worship, 11 a. m j :many varieties of both native and least 100DO Flol'ldltarm families.

1' U. meet at 0:30: p. m News of Florida' 'in Short Paragraphs introduced palms fruit trees and 1 I tit> not eat enough beef during thissummer i

? Y P other ornamental trees available Walter J. She-ely. animal Conducted by Demonstration Airent
Worship, 8:00: p. m. III II t
I !Fvenmg \. Wednesday for planting the home grounds in husbandly agent with the State

'i s. S Teachers. MeeUagl) I i Fluilda says Harold Mowry, assistant Agricultural( Extension: Service, <<
S m.
? I p. _
'iI prnyer service, Wed director of the State Agrl- suggests a cooperative plan I
MIl"'rk" 1 cultural I Experiment Station. Cll- the farm family havea -
le lt i:00 m, I 1'111'II.S ANM\KltSARY: : I SEEKS REFI'NDJACKSONVILLESeeking: whereby
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I Did R) I I I matic conditions favor the growth bountiful supply of fresh meat In

MKIHOUIST CIICRCH TAMPA Tampa! observed ItsKold..n a return i of both evergreen and deciduous hot weather The plan If carried RURAL Hints To Housewives''
I anniversary as a municipal of In '
$52.103.30 taxes Mae
1t "'. .\. Flnher Pastor 1! varieties but usually the broad- out would also provide a marketfor
1I K.v ity. The city was Incorporated 50; wife of -
Capone Alphonse Capone, : COMMON SENSEBy
School-10 a. m. leaved evergreens are given pref- 10.000 Florida calves."Along '
Sim,l' 1 m. he continues 1 1i Mr.
WOI'shlp-lla. erence
In the summer' }
, Morning 1,200 while today Is it 110,000. has filed suit In federal I SPUDS JOHNSON till TallabaiMeeIIOMKM
n Specialists
Kpworth" League-7:15: p. m. court here against J. Edwin Lar i I Here the plant life of the temperate Sheely Buys, "everybody on the
I'I Worship-8 p. m.Prayer with that of 'burned out' 01"Ide
Evening OFFICIAL. DItsGAINESVILLE son, collector of internal in zone merges farm gets '
' revenue
4'. meeting. Wednesday at the tropics, and as a result the meat, eggs and fried chicken, nnd EtiETABLK l'ItOtTTIOoi'n : : .\I>R (IR.tl'E Jt'IC'K
,. B. A. Tolbert, Florida. Her suit alleged the taxes MAKKKTINtl: TKENUSSHOW ::
: :
state supports a greater variety of the hams are all gone. A supply
p. 111. dean of students at the University' I and penalties were illegally assessed Nf.MF.KOIS: MIIITS The most Important problem In I !
J art Invited to all these serv native trees than Is found in any of fresh beef for the tal'ml'r's family -
Jo you of Florida, died shortly after one : against her because her making grape juice (or any fruit ,
I like-sized area of the North AmerIcan difficult to maintain. Beef I
I Is
:1 ( es. ____ o'clock Tuesday, victim of a heart husband had transferred to her the : Trends In truck growing andmarketing juice) Is that of retaining in the
continent north of Mexico. In at the local market la usually too I
.. 1'rcrbyterlan Church attack. He was! fifty-five years' I Palm Island. Miami Beach Fla., I addition, numerous trees have been : the distance to town is too I In Florida, over a recent finished product art much us possible S
I H. Lowry, Pastor old. home he bought for her in 1928. high/: of reveal inter.rating of the pleasing qualities of '
II George
depend years
Rev I Introduced and have found a congenial great and most farm families -
.. the fresh Juice. The lower the temperature
Services: -- -- shifts There were reviewed
sunday 1 environment.Of I Ii largely on cured meats, eggs,
e m. Sabbath School. APPROVES HOKSF. TKACK KILLS 13; \TTLK SNAKES: W. T. Nettles district which can be successfully
00 a. recently by
10 Rut fresh' beef at
gD 11.oo a m. Morning Worship. JACKSONVILLE The Florida DAYTONA BEACH E. F. i' the native broudleaved evergmn cost and each poultry.week Is possible for the agent with the State' Agricultuml employed pasteurization the lest'
gI Young People's Ves- Pierce, plantation worker north of I trees, the magnolias Service Here lire the danger of destroying or modifying -
I 4 30 p m. state racing commission has ap and laurel farmer If he Is a member of a farmers Kxten-slon
net Service proved the application of the Hollywood here, told how he killed fifteen, | oaks, bays' cherry are beef club." some of the things he pointed nut the delicate, natural fruit
I Pastor rattlesnakes with blow of his I probably the most widely planted, I flavor. i
Sermonette by Jockey club to build a $1- one : Vegetable production centers
the blielJn Mr. Stieely's' farmers'bMf ,
southern In I
In areas Points
I Midweek Service: 300,000 race track plant in Brow- shovel. He saw n coiled female although have shifted fILl th"I' nnuth in thestale. Miss Isabelle S., Tliursby of the

PI 7-30) p m. Mission Study n rd County. I rattler, killed it with his shovel satlnleuf, mastic sandbox,, club plan me as follows: With the opening of u vast I Florida State' Home Demonstration
I 1 I and several 1 other A club be composed' of I from
8.30 m Prayer Service. -- _._ (Ihen discovered the reptile was car Keynosiu Geiger may area of potentially, fertile bind In Department' says only fully
1I utilized, Ml to sixteen members and may
I ITS; : 20-1 K\lt: TKK.M: 1 tying fourteen Ovallyhatchei !tropical species are eight sixteen the I Everglades, laud! with research" ripe, sound clean fruit must bou.sed.

9I Kiiwcnnnd IluptUt Church i OKLANDOJudge W. M. Mur eggs He said rattlesnakes are Mowry says.Included operate fl'ollt'ljtht to used work, showing how to make tnese They should be cru'shelthnroughiy 1 1I

I lt'"i I. H.< Hemingway Pastor phy sentenced Buster Duhuit to live-beiiilng reptiles.. The mother ( among the well-adapt- wl'l'k.'hE'le light cattle ale units> produce good, crnp.s. It wan inevitable I ): White grapes may be>

Servi .I) every S"n sixteen families will constitute t that vegetable production, completely pressed without heating

i.udy. n 13 a. m. Serviced: at 3:30: | rattles. and f'uitt'E'es! \ and a club of suitable size' For color of uned
Farm for robbery which nettedone palms on a large i settle should l hrgin there. but the grapes

I clock 'Q' afternoon. dollar und a few odd pennies. I ----..---- ninny species of l ubber trees. The example n. calf dressed out at :200 And It followed<1 that other aieasfaither I for red juke I IH held In the skins

1t t BETHEL \PT1ST CIIfUCHK | Duharl pleaded guilty to clubbing Ill'MNESS: : ('LI'I1IIEII: Australian' pine Is well adapted to :': pounds' of would beef for afford each twentyfivePOun.lt member of noith wouM)<1 be nffrvteil by and! must be extracted by h"lIt.I .

0 ?\. 1 L. '\. Ilimnley, 1'nntor and fobbing Jack Ramey, filling l\HA1\lI-Two ex-convicts weieI both windbreak seacoast plant right-family club. Two small the new rompetiiinn within the Heat' slowly t the crushed" grapes'

, Service every first Sunday. station operator, on June 15. I arrested here utter detectives\ said ings. The cajeput t thilve-s! on poor |I"n, families might hold one member- stole. I milling frequently. In a covered

Sunday School 2:30: p. m. --:.._ --, --. .- -_-_<_ l they tried to sell fifty-three blackjacks and und,rained "soils and is little Hill Then a few yen in ago when 1's'- I veHHel for about ten minutea at a

Bible Study and Prayer Services THICK BICKAKS: FALL. j to a curio dealer for a dollar hurt by forest flies. Other good i Members p. of the club would hold senich by tnc State I'lxpeiimentrit'itlon : about Kill ,degrees )F, using a thermometer

JACKSONVILLE-- apiece. The men booked trees Include the Australian silk I and United States' I tiepuitinent I for tenting tl'If\I''rilure.
l.ry( Saturday: night spreadIng i were as un oiganlzntlon, meeting tutd. decide ; : !
blanches of a camphor tree | Fred Barnes, 38 of Citrus and | nnk the camphor' and its close rel- I the price for the beef, of Agrlcultute showed hnw topioduce Diuin and allow puce to stand and

!St. ylu( '!..'" Eplwopul Church were, credited with saving! the life i Fred, Dalrymple 46 Tnmpu. Detective I atlve. the cussia-bHik tree, the ou on the quality of beef to heprovided good yield of many ciops Nettle until cold. Stinin through

p. Morning prayer and Sermon on of the infant daughter of Mr. and Chief L. O. Scarboro colt I pithecoliibium the acnrlas/ the agree and make arrangementsfor I'oi'iiieily not grown on I the nilcareoiLS flannel bug; without disturbing sediment .

,. the second, and fourth Sundays at !Mrs Manuel Entenza. The child : the men told him they manufactured free-lowirug cassias, ,ngam! xpn- I slaughtering, the animals Each: glade{' soils of southern Fill hot into clean, scalded

1 11 a. m. Holy Communion Saints fell from a window on the second the blackjacks while serving thodia or fountain lice, the huge; member would l agree to Hlitughier Dade County, /111<111011111lCrt'aAl' clown finished bottled to wltnll t

... Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir tloor of their home, but the branches 1 terms in the State Prison at Rni- silk-cotton tree and many others. I aninril to be divided among the WIIH opened. Pisa season i.s slight two and, one-half inches of cork.

"'0rt 0 0t proetic every Friday night at 7:30P : of the tree halted her plunge. A i tord and were allowed, to take 1 Mr. Mowry has prepared a bul- one club members with the club using ly enrlivr in southern Florida permitting Cap and place" the bottles in a ht>rl.Volin .

//D. them when I It'lin on the oinamrnlul tees! ofFlorida tills to till In wash boiler or
physician said she was uninjured. I released three weeks line animal every week or lot l- I pioduce' front! area poMillon a

0 -' .. ----...- -.-- -- ago. and file copies\ can be obtained each i the tutu rkete' eailler large kettle that has a false hut

i.I. (,hrlstlan at the Christian ChurchServ Church KLAM; : PLANT: ('IO...E.; -, on request' to the (':.' 1'1'1-' I night KHLh: member Is ciedited with In marketing tuba) ,. Mr Nettles torn. Mold l pints below simmering

cry\ "'imd.iy' morning and evening Dl'LANO--The deer tongue In- IM//.Y \ ..:<;<) menl _Station_ __at._ Gainesville.. u' the weight of the uncut lie produce notes' n significant tend towards (about I ill decrees F.J I for tea

o'clock dusty closed ,down for the season MARIANNA A man docketed I ;" and charged with the lilt i4' scale lu-tlvitlcH. Theie[ wits a minutes. I Have at least two inches
a t i tie|i md seven respechniu.li' 'F110IW: II..Kcw: :
here. Several hundred petauna i i as Arthur Wagner. of DeFunltik i mm ml he receives. At the end of I time when I Ihe little glower could of water over bottles Kemuve \
'i 1 el) % K.ET.\iti: : t: ( .UOI.lIt:
gathered about 300.000 pounds of ': Springs, Fla., was placed in the COEKED' : 'IN SI'AIE: the club's operating petlod. he plant u small III-ICIIKP to vegetables from 'nHt'lIl'lzl'I'! and allow bottlesto .

1..1 k,, Baptist Church I the deer tongue plant during the Gad.sdeii County Jail: at Quincy ont i would pay for the mount of meat 1 nnd either! well on I the local I tool while l lying on their Hides.I .

> season. It looks much like tobacco < charge of using the mills in un lie received over I the amount he mailtet or ship on his own tll I'lace In a cool', dink' 'dry place

I lieu (i an Bohannan Pastor fourth and Is used to perfume clg- attempt to defraud Sen. D. Stuart' i GAIN'ESVILLi:' ': Two diseases. I fuintalied or tecelve payment for I Not tbetii markets und get fair leIIIIIIH. until deHiled fur u.se.
,I 'rert'' rung services every Glllis of of considerable impoit.mce, In vpg- furnished Unit Hut that to lie --- -- -
DeFuniiik amass
I. lsund.ii .30 o'clock A. M. ureUes. It grows wild and in pro Springs, 1 president Ilhe mount he over day ,i
t ) fusion in this section and brings of the Florida State Senate I' el able production elsewhere in the j I which he lereived.I I II almost !past, With good
.'I i one cent a pound. i and F. A. Blalock of P'nllacola.Sht'I'jff United States but not previously" I After being slaughtered, the an- big tiutks and 1 oixaniyeil( mill kl'l- Our schedule changes April 23th

.1 -- ,. I I D. C. Adkinson of DeFun- known to be in Ftoitda were discovered I Imal would: be sectioned uccoiiling/ I' Ing', neatly every t
>ta I I SENTENCES:: : ; TKIM.MKII; 'lak Springs said the man wrote to j I In this state during the to the various parts of the ciucriss" I I in the United States Inxupplicd
BOB liAIFORD--The "gam time" law ] Gillis offering to have Governor I last growing season, it Is revealed mid members would druw for lhl'ltftt'I'rnt legulafly with vegetables" No. l--Due Starke 11:31: P.M.

Here I enacted. by the 1937 legislature already i I Cone removed from office so Gil- j I in the annual repoit of the Plant cuts. If any member by these trucks and marketing No. 15Due SUrko 4 -57 P.AL

Comments On has resulted in release of 375 lis would be Governor if Glllis j' Pathology Department of the Agricultural should! draw more than til.H familycan agencies.Organisation. No. 107-Duo Staike 9:16: A.M.

'" And Hereafter I convicts from the state prison\ and would pay him $5.000. Experiment S t II tlon. use, the remiindi.i' can be tinned for mutual benefit No. 191Due Ktarke 10:39: ".M,

thd state road department con | Cabbage! yellows and a Veitlcilluim for winter use.. HO that grading unit tnaikcttngseivices North liiiinid I
'!. I : ,vilt of tomatoes are the two lionbles. No. 2- -Due Starko 0.00A.M.
who I Is most :
club member
vlct camps. The law was made ap KELIE\E OIL FOl'M t The > comparable to those' fur.nIHI,1 -
"I have bi-en rather troubled rev No 10 Duo Starke 11:24: A.M.:
: :
and tut
plicable to all persons in the pri LEESBURG: -When t-it July 2, proficient in slaughtering by large oigamxutionH can
, ently I puiy every day for guld- I waN found should ilo this wotk No. 108- Due :Stark: 5.00: P.M.
The' cabbage: yellows ting carcasses the small
son system and us a result 375wt'l'e ; samples> of the fluid mixture coming be !rendered by growers
un I .are hut somehow things do not scattered In vaidous voiiNlderntioii Stitrko und Wunnne llruiirh
. '" released! in groups as rapidly from the south lake oil well 'n folk County and lecelve proper Is u'piMMible, means of meeting\ ; the'new
\ways seem to turn out right. agg'l'dgllllng over ]ton( No. 101-Leaves Stark 7 .00 A. a
.1I fields/ for itMr. M.-
as records could be checked. !I'juring) th/process(of bulhng west
hat In\ what a very fine young .:_ i dcie.l. The dlseisa" caused,! more Shecly points' out that the piodiii'llon' and, miiiket- No. 102-.ArrivesStarke1:51)YrrL: >
l : -- Cashed upon by Thointon & Coin-
'. ''rleiid, who Has wen a Christian, for SCHOOL I"'A KM: IHsCONTIM'F.IITALLAHAS.SEE : : | pany, analytical chemists. of Tampa han usual! 10sOiI{| the winter plan would provide fresh" meat for Ing rniiHi he the watchword If wu I Dully, except Hllw1n VII.
illy a shah r time said to the wrlti T. J. GRIFFIN.
The cabinet ] the certificate was retained, to I t'op'Fortunately the fat n1 family at the lowest [possible are going to bo permanently pumpel -
i 'nrl)\ I told the young man a number.. of tenlst- rust and that little cash Is
nnd In the '
has decided to bring an end to J. Ray Arnold and associates, OILS happy pioductinti
,: al the holy Spirit who inspiredw I farming operations at the industrial reading us follows: "Chemical ant i I mt vaiictii- of cabbage aie' on the needed to curry It out Club mcrnbei.s and niHikcling of enily vegetablesIn I

!itmg ,.if f the Bible always I market unit Dr. H. 1<'. Weber.! Sta- simply take tutus providingbeef \ "
I school for girls near, Ocula physical tests male! ( today of above, Floildn< in the 1 years to come.
miles H iiiiimm life In harmony I i lion iuthnoirltit| !' reoommendH that for I the group. Mr Nettles' in < (inclusion I
effective Oct. t. The' farm super.intendent j bubrnitted: I sample discloses substantial says
' nth the 'lungs He teaches In the ," these be gwn, in Infested ureas.at The Rx.len.sion: worker" lecom- a
'Id will begin to close out : Brroupts of light live oil
'IJ J' >ill (In ,other words, the Holy work other .. Intel, Dr" F. S. Jamison, mends hut( funnels who are interested Silver, If the best tondilrlor of .-,11 I Irtw
the farm at once Secretary i It Is believed locally that no III 1.15/
ep !Li i otnot say anything to aI.IF I truck lioiticulturlst, grew the He- I in the pl-in gt in touch with l'I'c'II'lcily. I -
I of Agriculture Nuthan Miyo re- i well:! sunk! in ,Florida ever t roducedj i
dl at is contrary to what He l.stnnt. I'rtrnlt strain In field tests It 'li county agents or communicate I : )
. udiinlttfd
petted: specimen thul was public' ly i
in' ah I in the ( Book. "The md. found that It yields as1..I! as with him. I 1..1 Itw 1'1' yon1'
Holy _. | .
to show "live oil" but this I !
I Sufferers of In.nrn. .
tliM\ 0..
I slide .
:I. rt\ } ;Market In this "
t n impressed' me to divorcew.f >r' .1'1'A,3..n\ -
:MOW: :M.VI LLK; \ I K ETAMPA.Florida's i I firm of chemists anti engimers3tandj CCa:; S'Illill'LESoul : ::: I I 11..1..111. nmkr.
I < md\ another wo- Voitit illiinti' wilt CM uses" exten'fhe i).nt'
many new cross :) high In the profession and I hiMHIIIlt. STOMACH ULCERS I -. Y.nr cllrnllun.
mm .viy" pioiis-tulking manU losses on a iiitmbor cif cultl- .. ......r.
stale air mall and, passenger ser- : the certificate was> signed/: by Seth in certain So. 205Due: Staike 5:15: pin'I / .< srrr '
I /ute-il vegetable crops!
1 11 'vnnjrelist friend of mine. last week. : S. Walker vice of the orgarlatitm. |
'Ice was Inaugurated president :207: Due Stili ke llr-H: : pin
Has j /tat ts of the United States. It wets< > Nit I
o... ur''wife broken her mar- the extension of the mail and pus.ginger lincovned fir, the first time In No. ao.'J: .- Duo :Sluike: 12:15: : p m DEFINITE RELIEF OR
. "Ige's the eVan ellt Inquir- service will include a round --.- I I' '
' kintomatoei In MaI N'u.: 201Due Stni !ke 10::20 ant
attiu : BACK .WALLftjfffrr
loiida' / MONEY HAROLD
'N( she hasn't. She Is I .
a good trip daily between St. Petersburg can .EKNolt COMPLAINSTALLAHASSEE I :Not t lilioimU.Vo.
I a'tee, CountDr.. Weber It
mrnar hut we Just don't seem to and Mlumi and two round : -.Go.v. Fred P.Cone suys TUB': WULAunTRPTlltSTb.: IMSURAMCI frrcfTtl.l4l t
:202Due: Staike 1:50: p J m rttllff.. In
often in Northern iltillnIM*
H' found! mote briiiilir "prompt
poII, he muted the man answered "The ttips daily between Tampa and \ ot Florida complained: of I considered No. 204 Due Staike 4-15: : pin. thanenndr, of ......*.. of Stomach. *ndDu.d.n.t IMaiLIT. STAftKI.FU.!
not nor-
and Is .
Bible gives only one ground for dtvnrce terined fedeial "foot tales II Ulc.r. dun to Hyp. rclil- flf/f Aft/try *4t st*>rr rfIfTTk'HT
1I Daytona Beach where connections what he a on: rally lulipti.d to Floildu environ- No. 2015 Due Staike 9.15: : p.m. fly., .Mill 111 liar foe|||I (if ..Slmmir't, ,. MtAtty A SMf ffJTfl/ff

and you admit that you have- vlll be made with northbound our neck'/ and said' he wished the Tiont.il c'n&1ll1tlOs. No. 2I)4- -Due Staiko 3:351110.1: I |IS...DAYS. don. ill THIL.fm.Knr Art\ irnnninie SOLO l. ON In- ..,

;: n't that ground, so the Holy! Spirit planet! of Kastern Air: Lines. government would "stop giving us ._ I'.c: 214 Due Staike 8.OS: u m. riirmnil. read i l "Milliard'. M......
"mild, .t lend you to do Something .._ :...- grants of money." "I for one wish The-MiHNinsfp- -- | -River forms- the :fatuike Bus Agent: Beallh>y's .I R.ll..." Ark fur I .-'...--ut. ,

that Ho taught In the Word you :MOKK COMPETITION'JACKSONVILLE : the government would stop givingus nuke ..a"t, .in boundary line of '..r"wu Station oppoSite courthouse BICOWN'S PII.AIt1LCYStarke : I I p

<'i'Mil' i not do.. You. are. accusing I P. O. and <3. giants," the executive told the : I I 1"lorld" __
Vlissouii foi DUO
4 he !Spud; of being Inconsistent' W: Fowler, brothers, said recently state cabinet. "It's always it lot -- -- --- --- -- -.- -----

Ilia teaching about marriage," .the! they- narrowly' escaped death of trouble and they always!, want

,. evangelist/ commented. If we ac- when' one of two fighting bulls to boss everything." Cone and his

, "Pt J>' tin Uible as the authoritatlvd ,mi Jo. their automobile the third cabinet; were considering details of

.,II W"r
our problems.! That Book of books (they were' driving from Palatkato be built on Davis Island, Tampa )

0I' tells u> all we need to know tfboilt"fes Jacksonville, their home; and with state und federal funds. 1 1a. WHEREWHY

pruhlcms. The men who are paw two large bulls fighting In a "They'vegot their foot on our WHAT

1. Raided' by the Bible, need Jjav.e r 100 field near 'Ibe Doctor's Inlet bridgeon necks right now," he complained.The .

fear Of course, only a spiritual Federal Highway No. 17. Sud- state Is required to submit

mend i ran comprehend the teaching Jenly they said one .of the' bulls 'plans for the woe k and pay the

"d the Bible. The Holy Spirit who 'qdlt:j fighting* his. fellow and charged aichitect's expense In addition1

" II the Chritlan':: teacher, wlil un.rOl the automobile. The Fowlers putting up $100.000 on the $500- J

.. the Hook He Inspired to trust- laid they had little opportunity to I 000 building. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA *: Is'':
.. OF
" '"S ChrlMtians :cape but speeded up all possible. .-,- -.-- :.. ""- ,

,.I The bull crashed Into the sedan Vied Cs v. for Claw W.rk ,r 'STATIONS PLVMBINO i tEAL ESTATE IIAItnW' ARE::'FURNITURE
- I
II demolishing the rear door on his SEKVKK
. "A wicked The first glass maker In Scotland i

1l' "aiion seeketh and adulterous" gen aide of the car and almost overturning pril George Hay6CI-1825);;() Ha II. LET: I'M' illVE VOl.lt 1".J?If1I110: TWO FOR ONE MALE:
l'I. m what a sign. That the machine. took advantage/ ot.'a peculiarly Light's Shell StationiEKVINO A HOUSECI.EANINO HurrhiiMt One Tint.JOHNSON'S {
I.r. said. We Christians REALESTATE : GI.OCOATflJOOK
. 'In farmed cave at Wemyss on, the Fife :
,this! generation do Lord sent I know : POLISH."' 7Jo Pint
not need wonder If the me. '<
I his furnace
and Set thereI"
: uf>
Hilma. We have a Book for our He did. .He said If I would commitny J. L. SimmonsPlumber Self PolUhliiKIHTV }
4uhte We . : Sundivlehe( It tel": | Drink ONr-UET ONE FREE
walk by faith and not way unto Him He would direct '_

hy": "1'thtGod wants His children me. I committed my way. If I hada IV TillC"I IK("I'OINT.OII,'r OI'IIT KOHRHtUPOHIt |. Gas: and Qll IF YOU WANT TO Bradford Hdw. Co.

.. trust Him. "The steps of a good question about His guidance then' lit. iv ('M+ V< tny.: TUIY.e f.L OR RENT:' ,,. B. C.: \ItE.ISi.E. Owner

",mar Commit are ordered of the Lord.", I would naturally, be questioning ) ISAAC!, H<' (',\|It.TOl"ml'lIIlnll"t.;/,. INSt'KANC'EJohns DRUGl1STS SEE US;-

I your' way 'urito the Lord: His Word. God. of course, is not VII. Ult'ORr5;: DenmarkFurniture

.1 trpR ale, in Him. and He will dl- the author of a senseless proposition. KFKII: rii.vi-vA; :::' : CArif.To.N.: WF.ur.

.1f ;*:l thy words Suppose I should decide+ P"9'l.tnt. . & WainwrightI.V f'1tr. fll..rios: WILSONREALTY Co.
f ,'riOM' )
( irectathe man OIIIIEK OP PI III H' '
, "O 'tI' s that God .wanted, me to iip.on; I'r.ln
. vh or woman go "orn.t1'r.11.: l'-ISX.N"rr.: : : :\OESC'E CO. U e Arc ICerrltliiK New [,1 pr'-t'
. ) dered to Him. I am top of this hotel and jump off. Rod THK' : HTATK UK rl.OltlriA .
.. "Un Til rTrrif UOIK-VU l'nrlli while.II phi Krlrtlile. (f'onipunl Mitchell's Drug Store Stock E\ T> hat. II* Sate I' '
this would not be the author of that .
in t
Seattle Washlngtn. a I'l lr. [H unknown.It '

1 Ix'eIv(. 're I am engaged In a I ind I would be killed. Some peopleace '.egilrd.H .hvrvliv In a"I'tr nrilirr'>n Hi that,* 6th' vriu day ar of All Types of Insurance WltU ({ulckA DegsmiIithb'( Sf'nlo' ____ __n__See It Before(_ _.You, B'l n ,

; iny revival meeting. My such' foolish h\t> lI'IRnd'' \ nay Scptpinl.f, ,i. A f, t'>.l7. Ix'ftirx lliHl ,, ------- -: --
been God. is leading. r"Qod has buv. fin)III". d! <'i>urt. I" the' hilt, nfroiniilHjnr Ilo'rTIJVIi: r\siES---: C. FE:4: What You Want
'II" committed to God. grod. ELECTRICAL
(' fifrd/ l ii.t.lln. you In "ii.il'V ---6 _..... ... -"
I look the reins of my life .- ..nacDon't get 'fool' I cntlHotii'J"i' -: and 'IliOt thfHrrfdf'iM M yUltlSK
ill f my head and think1 that Cod put ': "Hiunty;; T.l.-irriiili| t,, h'-f ,, CiOOIl 1'I.ACK: TO CONTRACTOR
handand'pu' them'lnII your ,. ,,,,
hv ilKnal! -4l us' lh" duly | You Can Find
J harts| of God Father. He them there. I tell my boys and nowxpnpi-r In whlrh thin (.
my .. "rl""I 5iir.T: vorn KKIEND-( : AT
tXI'tUTU'ISfi: :
w .
I hall h** iiuhllhh onfi a Lit
'nning Jones .College.rod
my life In Seat. ?IrIs at the Bob ,. _
Iam .
four tftnr"tlvit w *kftWlrnoKii : :"
, f Rat f t. 'time by the will\ of God. < guide sutrenderasalntalle mv,irko.hand Floi'Mthin and mint. thinfnur ttith ,. (!cJ-M In This Corner UtWtirI'f\ ; ;; i''
co'IC!! *" overrules the mistakes. of nr xt The SPOTLIGHT
t this lwnen I was Invited to even .1." of Jiilv, A. l II. 3v>>:
., Pi'll'"It"V carefully' thought and /His weals'! untaught children." .He is' ( OFriC'IAf.. Po n.' [ \ O. J. PHILLIPS

i the : ,,bur Father and Is tar mare. tnter. I A. J. VHOMA. ',itonlt[ < >', I In Stcrllifrvd I Bottle* READ THE ADS .
I UKH!' I'ut /propotltlond / .* 'Iuk of 'mi"{ / A. \UTMAN.: I'rop. I. \\VTEYI :
the feat Judgment r nab. I'1 1'tided ''osteH In 'His children than any f.J Itrnrtf'ird! rufinty,, F i.. ida 1 Rerresher
Interested R K PKKItWXN.Solioltur ;. The P.I.That
t: I should come to Seat. earthly father was ever for Complainant. ...
1 am here. I do not have to IB a child. I 1.1'1-(1,'" ..

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BIC.\Onmb COltNTV' TEI.EonTnK':. .OIS1D\: ('RID,,,,. ,"'U'
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Ji value to well- along the parkway directly under NOTICK
('OT'tON OIN IlKI.NilPUT police protection
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE IX (0001 SHAPK i lighted streets. electric linen' should be prohibited I will not be respons, ?,. ,
; I I The system of wire that carry as it loads to trouble later. Trees ,. debts contracted by m ",.nraef
I i of the city and wires cannot occupy: the same Louie Belle Johns Mr.
., (Continued; From Page One) electricity to till parts
Kstablished; 1S77 CLASSIFY
with In instances -
electrical safety. many
I are exposed wind storms space Morris Johns Lit,.
II en bales were harvested In the entire storms, the careless' auto driver those trees come up and I '\ FI&
MEMEiERLoR1DAFRESSASSOCIATION I n r IIV'stt.t. KTttrrrrtxrr. shadow or defeat our street lamps I.
United States. Hut it Is now who occasionally upsets a pole or -
\ Florida Pr... A..i.. generally agreed that this year's to the many trees that fall on or by closing off lighting with a cur- \LJ

poisoning program, sponsored by entangle our lines. tain of leaver. There are loo many i :
\J Political cats have e a peculiar the WPA has been successful and The supporting poles and crosstrees old trees to contend with at pres- L@G
3otwaniG 2 Guddz It I ent. All la, n tin b of trees
9 way of jumping that makes extremely ) that the Spa Island Industry is must be replaced about every p g
difficult for even the most definitely back.A I ten years. Ttecs and l limbs must should be in a location where they

A Published: Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class experienced observer to determineIn recent paper issued by the be cut away every year, moss must will not interfere with wires or

:Matter at the lot:.t Office at Starke, Florida I advance Just where they are go- State Chamber of Commerce contained be kept awaya large piece of light.'e have hud to transfer or FREEZE
t f ing to land.GovernorFred. the following information! : moss falling aciosa two wires' after cut away many, many such misplaced -

E. Matthews: __ __________Editor and Owner the core placed ,his pro-Roosevelt bulk, vitality to''I The passage of the Florida last Sea short being circuit wet from and rain blown, causes fuses.a been saved plantings' had reasonable which could l space have ICE CUBES.
Island Cotton Law" ul the session ..
been left for lines.
and influence behind Judge Andrews I of the State Legislature is Moss removal must not only be our
SUHSCKIl'TION:; : KATE : end that the Judge but all trees planted In
to the termed another Important step to- from wires, from overhangIng People having
elected In one of the greatest limbs where places that will later be in the .
t Advance was this places among
1 Yearly, $1.30:; ; Six Tlcnlhs, 75c-Payable ward reviving and protecting
t i I political upsets the state ever witnessed profitable industry The measure storms may blow it down and way will do well to transplant to
Advertising:. Hates on Application provides that territories containingnot across our whoa Moss and dead- new locations away from the lines.

Fred naturally assumed that he less than 100 square miles, In limb removal is: an Important and The plant employees will assist In

Il A NEW: I INUUST1i1'.11:11' RESPONSIBILITY: was presenting Mr. Roosevelt a any county of the State, may be constant task this transfer at proper season at W
i y Bradford Yes-man on a silver platter. Andrews I declined: a Sea Island! cotton production Poles and wires' are unsightlyand the property ownei's request'
M und that will mean much to ..
A new industry- one Administration --- ---
II was looked upon as an district to the exclusion of n care. In large cities where
County-is blossoming in Florida. The giant paper mills push-over and marked any other cotton 'val teties, by u p. falling wire would be a great Revival Meeting DELICIQU3DESSERTS:]

r that are now being constructed at Fernamlina and other I down In the Roosevelt column I vole of its residents. danger, all wires are installed be- A Church of God revival meet-
without question. low ground in conduits This method ing began Wednesday night near
in the near future to cm ners of timberland This law Is mild to have been'
1 placevill mean money What Mr. Pepper might do or I needed, because the second l greatest hits many advantages, but the the Scout Hole in the Brooker sec-
; i who are far-sighted\ enough to take the proper) conlel''Ution \ i how he would. line up no one really I: threat to Sea Island cotton comes cost Is prohibitive in a small town. tion. The meetings will be con e ..

j s, >t precautions.: knew, of course he spoke el04u..nt-j| from other varieties. Different The protecting of 'our white-way ducted by J. 1<, Killingsworth! and .1.t' ,
ly for the administration and the ,of cotton lend to hybiiUIze standards. against auto collisions Is will continue for ten days. '
; by Joseph: C. Kircht-r, of the I I| types
The following paragraph .
4 p 1 'fit y I President \prior to the election and I""phil and. tlnjL-siililng; "mon- as yet' an unsolved problem The
('$ ,, United States: Forest Service:! In Atlanta, paint an inviting praised the "new deal" but what I,' jiel cotton'''' !') ( rjr'to( and has trucks: with wide-overhung\ Births.MI' ilIis.a

I. picture of a new industrial era in the South, but above all ) men say before an election and I: a lower price than the true long lea are the worst offenders The replacement Mr and Mrs. Robert Btant, ..
I do afterwards\ In the Is'therefore I of glass tops Is a matter Penney Fin-ma, girl, July 111
' .' attention should be paid to his: \\aniinj,' that our prosperity ) : what: they political I Staple] sll nln "It I Im- +.a
T J special world al enol expected l to of $6.50 at the present time, Mi. and Mrs. Marvin PadgettMidcllibiirg. ete
(r will be short-lived: if we are careless enough to 'kill the coincide I I format, the State Chamber of UK.! Is n real maintenance expense. boy, July 16. '
II Commerce' paper RummiirUcs, "to I I
t i I The planting of palms: and, trees Mi and Mrs Lonzo H.
rc goose: that laid the golden egg" : Out from under the protecting: I ccuiv |)uio seed' and l keep plantsfar Starling ',
M t ,, wing of Governor Fred in far off'' removed) from other types ofi: that grow to considerable height' Hellbronn July 17. r
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--..--- ---, ----
with no "mother" to ." ,
bei i Washington II cotton. I .... '.--- ,,-
guide him Judge More than ;S.COO bales of this
t. dustrial empire for the South. Pines: have come to mean a' been", playln' marbles accordin' to long staple product Is in prospectfor ON SUNDAYS TRY OUR '>

'1' lot in actual dollars and cents, now that paper promises: : to I his own rules. Instead of dutifully I this year, accenting to the state
eating his alphabet soup and oblig CHICKEN DINNERSAnd
,,6 southern farm I trade!' organization's! summary of
become a crop. sweet' smile, and an
I II IS ing a I the. reviving Industry The value
' "Eighty million dollars, in: an impressive amount of mon- uqulerflng gurgle when the administration of the clap will depend on the price Through the Week Try Our

ney and it is estimated that something like this: vast! sum rep-! chucked him under the paid whlrh, for the 800 bales: produced
chin and said "coo chee, coo chee,
for and mills inn I last year, WHS.mound thirty SISTRUNK'Sni.vr
resents the cost of construction pulp paper coo chee" he has op several occasions jents per pound. : 25c Lunch

the South during 193G!): and 19:>7. Under this expanded program upset his bowl thrown his .
--- -
thousands of in the woods rattle on the floor and carried on > cor.vn UKVUI: :
will :
.r t the industry employ men IKST MGIIT I'I"\ST

and in the mills: These new payrolls and payments for raw gererally rising young In a "yes manner: man unbecominga ', It must OPERATED ONLY AT MUiHT ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFE ST.MIKK: M.A,.

11 materials will run into millions of dollars, which will be reflected I Ia'ery embarrassing to Governor I STAUKK:, f'l.cmln.\ ServeElocf ro/ux/
(Continued from( Pave One)
r rN in all lines of general business.\ I Fred :.:.:>

i YJI "The South t nerds, t this: industry: and is capable of supportIng Baby Claude, on the other hand, !i ty cents. Those, 1'ne maintenance' runs on Kerosene (c-wioj,
I ( luis 8hov. every Inclination to be \n<.l ether, expense: male the uc- for a few cents a day
19 it adequately, if proper thought i3 given to the conservation ; a good boy: and stay In the administr'tlon tail' cost around $2.25: per street r-- H-BRi Kjp iiY--1+ 1

I Ir of its timber resources.: We have a territory of forested! : I pliy-pt-n. In the brief light per month. .:Tie! city h.is 123iidlnuty : Protect ((Mid |MrfrrllySavon

r lauds embracing about :'JOO.000,000) acres that grow some\ of lime: he has ben in Washington he: ; goo.sengt)c lamps and work anil) moneyS
I has pained a reputation as a moleor i lhiJ to'-elght white-way lumps u MAM FACT ItKKS: VrrOi! no daily! nil .1 I
the finest species of pine on earth. In our mild climate, pines ,
less child. Once hei
: .111 den of around $300 per month No water eir('lrrin1n .i
''I d grow at a rapid rate, and tremendous 'ielllolire: to be obtained did attempt to bite the administration I i'r( sUeet. light maintenance, avery I II III : muctiiiirry to u

tth i in "managed" forests of Southern) pine Yet despite this! vast l I hand when it was thrust into sizeable figure for n small I COMMON BUILDING BRICK .
f, his. crib to lake away a nice led I town THIS modern kcrnwnr ro'' Tim
forest territory with all its: natural advantages, the timber tomato. While the action ocnslon-\ (RED ('I AY) lilrnlu'iil in nil Hi rslecia
(i These lamps adequately light our I I | with the fumi G. MD., ,.
t supply I is not inexhaustible.: And the paper and pulp develop- ed surprise it did nut cause uny t e- I tor thut has been iwrvii. i a ar,'
town making it much safer, not | RUSSELL FLORIDA
,} 1 mEnt can be fostered: to industrial greatness: only by the application -' ilous UUpleasuie, and they leally l 1 ,inly tor travel after dark, but a !' can homos buy during Servel t the M'trolut,taut. tea ynunt. !!
l I red the little fellow's In
+i of sound, practical forestry measures.: I a tiying to keep his tomato spunk if he .I well lighted street;has less attrac- I, J' (NKAK iltKKN tlon There Is real.
burglars. a ... .
C "Only in this way can we hope;; to establish a permanent, L ulel. i 1 -'------'-'------------.-.-

'; i constructive industry, and not a speculative adventure. I I Washington! baby senators

la{ "The first requirement is better control of forest:; fires so :Ire not allowed to romp and play "
with the older buys nor are they
that the heavy annual loss from! fire can be greatly reduced if i I I taken into their confidence, but

*' : not entirely eliminated.\ State and Federal foresters, timber!I Clnucle turned out to be such a TOBAC

f; protective asociation'oand: \ private owners, : : have united in a bright, pleasing: child, it wasn't GROWER
p I lor..e h.c. :'oie the older boys:; were
concentrated drive to secure adequate fire conlt'oThe\ e efforts !: Admitting; : him to join some of

and( the trend( of industry: to the South which promisesto I their games like "Follow the Lead I i

provide a market for trees: has! awakened the public con-!,! er" and "Thumbs Up, Thumb:
t ftciou.--ness I to the fact that fire protection pays dividends l to
I lIe behaved 1 so we.l that they
'q the timberland owner.

"Very little! : thought' however, has \been given to the I i j went Join them further in the encl committee Invited him rooms to ; EACH ONE-THIRD LARGER THAN IN 936!

p 1 proper" methods: of utilization and the idea of clean cutting Ls8tIU I I when they played "Cops and Pick-
i tV cr "Wagxa and Hours" and
generally prevalent. they even listened to him when lie 4'r t

"Next to fire control importance in the! management llf> puqgegled certain changes In the l

forestry' is" the application of cutting \practices: which will : lulos. As a result the Black-Can I I 11.4,480 Square Feet of Floor Space- ,
Ulll as revised; and revamped
I \build up and maintain the growing stock so that repeated nery effort to fix Million I
nvute no 1I'lgh ,minlnu Ample to Spread a Pounds
crops maybe cut on fairly :short rotation. :! ra wage, the need of a deferential -

"The past lack! of any constructive forest: [policy in the ; I In the South was given recog*
.Uon, made for
.1 provision was an
South should :serve as: a warning and as a guide to futures a'
ulvlsory council to work with the All Buying Interests Will Be'fully,
management of our timber resources and should emphasize National Hoard in solving such

,i t the danger which lurks in the temptation to clean cut. In our problems as would arise and It Represented on Our Market .. ..r

enthusiasm over the advent: of the new industry to the South, generally consldets the welfare of
"roth labor and industry to the NEW BRICK WAREHOUSf-ENLARGED THIS SEASON<<
we should not forget the 'gho..t towns and the millions of end that the good of both may be

acres of devastated and eroded lands which were the resultof served. Many of these important r'-'

thecut-out-and-get-out policies of the early sawmills which changes were brought about Department of Agriculture'sOFFICIAL
through the Intelligent and eloquent -
cut the virgin stands of pine in the South. If these pinelands appeal of Florida's Junior L AVERAGESFor

,i are again cut on a quick liquidation basis, the blessings prom- '.enator. Pepper had gained the --------"r-
the 1936 Season
ised by the new industry may be short lived. But if we treat nonfkltnce and respect of his colpannes ,
to the extent that his : :
our pine trees as a crop and practice multiple-use forestry: and suggestions FLORIDA 23.21
received consideration. .
t conservation by means of sustained yields: stability can be assured There are those who are Inclinedto svrn+ n

to the industry, with benefits and profits to all concerned. feel that Senator Pepper has GEORGIA 20.96
shown too great a desire to .
"please the powers that be," Ie'' ar
; "In order to achieve this end, no owner of timberland thinking more about what Mr, THI SUWANNII IS A THIRD LAP 4L: THIS SUMMIR E.iy !. S.. II P.y. to Slipper' Your Own Florida Market

should cut or permit any purchaser to cut more volume of Roosevelt wants than what the .

timber from his land than is being grown. Lands now poorly people want, but tho+e who hold :
pouch opinion do not know Mr\ Pep.per .
I stocked should be left alone until there is a sufficient standof *ft: r r '

trees present: to use all of the growing power of the land. ills loyalty and faith as shown It is suggested that tobacco growers

( Timber should be treated and harvested'when the administration so far is Justified !-,
/< as a crop only
und he has ably served his' make up larger sheets to bring in to
it ha reached its ull value '
.! state and his nation in giving It.
"A pine tree sixteen inches in diameter four and a half I Ilia brief record in the Nation market. They cost no more, and will -

feet from the ground, tinder average conditions in the South, i legislative halls la. Indeed enviable : .

yields ten times as much lumber as an eight-inchtree and :I and his reflects state nothing and those but credit who sent upon help in moving your crop faster on the ___ _

twenty times the value! /since<' the lumber is of a much higher I him -thete. floors. -i iA

grade, and the second' eight inches will require no more time When the hour comes that
for its growth than did the first' eight inches.: Similarly, the laude Pepper, in his knowledge
) he events and affairs of the na-
sixteen-inch tree will yield at least five times as much pulpwood .lon honestly feels that the coursef

as: an eight-inch tree When tlmb'dund'I1l'I' take the administration leads in a di- EXPERIENCED WAREHOUSEMEN OPERATE THESE FLOORSThs

i full advantage\ of the opportunities presented by nature'and! .:tlon that endangeis the welfare'f
hut state or his country he will
.t cut their timber on a sound selection basis" there will he a con' pe' k out a' d In no uncertain !

stant stand of trees on the land and nature will take care of' terms und he WILL BK HEARD'j I Advertisement by

it 'I .t1 the job of planting, new trees, by natural reset-ding. ;: In the meantime : An- Ii

fi "When timberland! owners wake! up to the greater annual I I 'itws some is nukIng nice playmates the: acquaintanceof whose I I i I i YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS IN LIVE OAKFLORIDA'S

+ revenue that can he secured from a fully stocked forest by !: I'\'n'\ ,8nI'; and, confidence may

, 'P' light selection; cuttings there will be no need to refer to the I prove very much worth while I

i, evils of forest devastation or the need of planting. If any i shoald. the undependable political
it Jump In an unexpected direckn. :
I forest legislation is need HI it should aim to prevent clear cutting ''' MARKET

f of the timber crop, and make fire )protection mandatory. Ar.yho.v) FK rJla Luck in the I I

' Only when these measures fail will laws be needed that make* UnlUd States Senate und the

tree planting compulsory.\ i I ,,uv.mofit.whole blamed country la becoming,I _


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