Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02604
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: Hubst'ription-For S1.50() Si\ Months
; 73c-Pa'able .\th

::;:::11".1". TlUTV-MNE = __________________________ _____________________________________nice _ .___ ._ K._: _.Matthews_: _ _Editor_ and_ _Owner_ _
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\II STAUKK .'Loiii .\, FRill. \Y. .11'l.\' SO. 1937 TlliHT\-'I-'K
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| Mike Klondea and his wife I

j Gladys, were given their liberty du.'itJ Miss Virginia Torruella. of New

UNDER WAY I( last week under $1,000 bond after ORGANIZED I York City', a member of the cast

the charge against them in connection -, ,91VJlr of NHC's "White Rabbit Line"program :: ON BEST COTTON

with the killing of Mnllic every Sunday morning

iiotarians Will I Padgett wag changed to manslaughter First Shoot To He Held ': arrived Tuesday for a slunt visit

I by State's Attorney J, C I until S\tuid.iy:\ with her parents, $!IrN), $i.>, $;(0 Sum To lie
InvestigatePossibilities Adkins, Thursdau With Forty, --- "''o Mr. mill Mrs. Louis Torruella Miss
|I t'e
![ 1 Klnnlfs: had been )held In the | Members, '\ I 'CLAY I Viiglniiia ulster and co-member ofIhf. Given, Winning

: Bradford County jail and his wife LAFA' E.TtA.. ; echrdw -' : iiulio ptogram Clementine Growers
In the Alathua County Jail follow- cculd not accompany her .ulster as

\\ RlT( ( DIRECTOR TALKS ing the slaying of Padgett at their )DON'TVKii: FOR :SKEET; .-.- I she Is occupied In I the I Broadway, : i
I'OK!{ I'l.AY HOUND i ) II EIU filling: station-lunch room IS: ONLY l'1.FHIJlUo(; ; ,-- >\\'odudinn "..Iy Awny I Home' xmdir i' (;J INNKU; OF TIII': BEST
north of Starke the night of July ,( 'I tho stage name of Anitii Turvll i I !B.\J.E! :: \\i\\\ \ (; 11'; :$! : :;..OOI 4

A PI' 'jram. bringing to light! ef. 3. I Wives who want their husbandsto : !I Mi nnd ?\\lrs. Toiruella also have
f fts, that aie being mode to obtain Padgett was shot as! he was attempting stay home and tend! to the baby i other relatives visiting them fiom i I Commissioner of Agriculture, j '

supervised pl.1yground for to enter Mike's place after will\ have something new to worry ; | New: York City Mis. Mary Cationami Nathan M.iyo, announce that hlilepattnient

Stalk was given before the Ro- having been forced out, witnesses about In a few dajs by which timeii ( ; ilatiKhter Mary Esttrvho: | ( will offer the following

tory :Mi)b Wednesday by Mis L. A. suldLOCAL\. Is estimated tint "skeet sluxst- .i\\ will rem.iin for 1<(,\" '1'111t"'I,,,, mil,I 'ptlzes relating to this year's Sea

C niwn I and a group of girls. M. ---- linE" Will have taken the town nnil,! \ F1 c |11\11', und! :Mrs Kaynitl Oeutilba and I Island, crop:

F, Blown was In charge of theptl'gl'lL : county by storm. son Hajnal, Jr. who will tettirnI 1. Slot) 00 prize for the best Sea

ii for the day. TOBACCO : The Starke Gun Club has been CeJr I\r" S I: to New York with Alms Virgin! Island Cotton bale to be awarded,
Canova slated that the : 1' ; en the basis of
Mrs ciK.i.iizeJ/ with about forty members aonI.slo I longest lint, strongest -
WI'A would! pay the salary of a |I and It Is planned to hold the RdLe Vtload. I II fiber uniformity of length ant,

playground supervisor and would I CropBEGINS first shoot Thursday afternoon Cl\ : BENSON TELLS smallest! amount of I rash or stain.

aim 1)) furnish labor to build tennis August/ 5, according toY.. P. \ 2, $7:1:: 00 prl/e.

courts and install other equipment I I S'mith, one of the most enthusiastic I. i iI"lomutassa liwnsi S4 ; W2t Of I I 3, Sr>000) prize.

if the community would< provide a MOVING advocates of the new 8port. \ I Supervisor'sDUTIES 'I I 1. A lilize of $23: .00 Is to be

site and purchase till materials. Before you shed any teats overthe _4 I j awarded I the glnn..rho gins the

Mn Canova and her er.teitaln-j i I I __ poor little helpless "skeets," P'i itlord v-il j jr j, bale winning first pi'lie.

I era sang the following verses to the PRICES EXPECTED TO we hasten to add that they ate (k;' asqR7 l \ ) This Is done In order to encourage -
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tune of 'Smiles": i EXCEED THOSE OF neither fish flesh nor fowl but .N I farmers to protect their cotton

There are parks' where sit LAST YEAH simply, lifeless lumps of clay that' l' ((7)a; r I II I from mixing with Shot t Staple an I
r-- i- > 15. II. S. I'KIM'irAL( (;JIVKSl;:
loafers, !' I are sprung fiona traps In such away N, ) 'I \ ( i I xtimdindl/Hitf the seed for the cornIng -

Then are parks that shade the Part of Bradford County's expected -, as to Imitate the flight of a tUdPt I ,: C' iX.i: ; I IM'OIOIATION: ON NKW year destroying. all off-typo

babes harvest of 225,000 poundsof 1 bil'
Then ure parks that are a bless. tobacco began moving to market It Is planned now to hold the 4. I I II cotton! Is to be done by u federal

eJ lefuge this: week us the tedious work of shoots at the airport If suitable arrangements Dun.dn -.a: I .1 I. II. Benson former cnnimercial !: export" | cotton, grader

For the weary at the close of '| grading the fragrant leaves occupied ran be made. Thursday Cieerwefgr S P 4.) 1.I Y. | instiuetor who will he pilnri- i: County Agent T. K. McClane" Jr

lay I I experienced laborers in theIirorker afternoon will be the usual, .-' (IC an lea ft 5jito i pal of the BI'Itlfor County I High' said yesterday' that Bradford
I et C' I Is i :School;; for the 1037-38 term, thisweek I
There are pArks that concen- !' "...ctlon.yar..hou es at time, at least until stoicj begin : I County a cotton (mound I 1,101)) '
trate on beauty, I Live Onk. as well AS at various I remaining upon this fall .. \t Prteriburt Issued the following strite- I lanes) Is looking fine It hits not
i i nifiit\ in ic Hid, to the new position been
jet injiued lain lie
When a man and maid can stroll points In Georgia are open, and the Charter membership In the club I I by r4nh'J.ftfli ,
: irf
of Bclniols"
!-l( fUSS first auctions were held yesterday. goes ut the rate of $5 and the following .' I -1------; "HiipurvlHor whichi i:I the bollwrcvll poisoning program -
I 0 will be filled I by for nier pilnclpalI I II hurt;
But park for all for recreation Pi ices art generally expected to are listed: Dr,1H.. Her- I I I appiutntly successful -
I, A
1 exceed the good average of last: : long;, J. L. Anderson, W, E. Toro
'. the pink that appeals to u8'1 year -.around twenty-five cents! a'I' W B. Mirndy Jr. S. A. Weldon. G. \ "Many putions nf the Btndfoid. source. Smut growers will begin
|I County public xchool.s do nut know picking I their mound I
the middle
We will have a game of tennis, pound--and Bradford growers look I A Abrogast W P. Smith. W. P. Saras I I ClOp -
Smith, Jr., J. 13. 'tlie duties of the county supervisor of August
Or we II throw a few horseshoes.We forward toward grossing at least I Carlisle Johns &
of schools and, attendance In-1'| Mi, McCluno Is in
Wainw toil
tight, I -
might,:: have some innings,I $45,000 from "the weed" this sea Carolyn Green P.Gassett. The above map pictures a i.ew r'ro.sn-State Highway thfough Stmke
A. J. Thomas D. P. Car- spe-rtor' Sihool officials" ut TIIIIII- ly attending n meeting nf Sea Is-
then of softball son. and la one of the most densely populated Elections of Floildu It will I'
Or just Hit and nurse a case of After tobacco has been properly pentet, E. C. & H. E. Priest W. F, save thirty miles from Jacksonville to any point cm the Gulf of Mexico I',I hassee, and Gainesville have commented liml cotton glnneis and buyers.
blues, flue-cured It Is from Moore G. W. Roto its. Hal Ed- south of Inglls It will cut off twelve miles between Jacksonville and favorably on the forward, Among the mat tots being discussed -
removed the
wards. Dr. J. \V. Urownlee Dr H Willlston All of this highway has been built that Is shown In black. step recently. taken by the Brad-,| Is the proposal to put up a unl-
There are little fellows shooting bain and< the leaves are unstrung B McLendon. M. Carter C. H. The shaded portion between Jacksonville and Maxvllle la now under i lord 1 County Board of Public In- t", m hale of cotton both us to bagging -

marbles ,I I fiom the sticks and sorted accord- Naswotthy Dr W, E. construction, also that section on the Went Count. The highway doI! I irtructop! In creating this !I and ties and weight.

And the gills and tiny tots in Ing to size, color and aroma. They J. L. Simmons L. D. Mldclleton part merit lernlly authorized the survey from Gainesville through Willlston -, But for the benefit of "fflt-e.,1]I -- B< .-.. TIBUJ -
/are then tied in sheets and Vlning, H. A. to Lebanon and as as is and -
gnmus. I I up large soon survey completed approved the i arc not acquainted with the diitli-s.
Dent you think that you'd en- carried by truck to the desired Bishop J. B. Alexander, A. II. right-of-way will be secured which will give a new paved route that I I of the position, u few remarks of'l '' CLYDE HOWARDSELFMADE
mulket. Johns Leon Alvarez E. H. Smith, will be the shottest to cross Floilda from Ocean to Gulf in the north
Joy a play park? I II P. S. Denmark James Patray, H. section of the State The road Is pruhably one of the most Importune l I explanation!: might b.. helpful.I i MANI
It you do please endorse the I -- '-- ..
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fljme : BIBLE SCHOOL G Godwin R. P, McLendun, B C Florida. ... I county HcluiolH will be lalsed' aril| IN ONLY YEAR'S ELEVEN.:WORK _
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CLOSES TONIGHT Pilrce, L F Chapman W. C. -- -- -- !; brought Into harmony with those i _
i WEEKS: :
!Short;; talks: on the benefits of Pendley.: A J, Grlffis. A. 0 An- TOWNSENDITESWILL COURT DECISION I I of the Biadfnrd County High ,i The following article

playgrounds were heard from Gar ENROLLMENT IS 136; f'leu'! H. L. rI'ownle: Chas A School where neatly all iounty i nppi.irlngI _ _
I II 'recent Issue of the Gume..vlllennlly .
land Powell director ELECT ) _
of radio sta- LARGEST: EVERRECORDED Darby. WITHHELD i "tlldl'nltO: / for their higher. eilurutlon. -
ll VVRUF In Gainesville, and Dr .- --.-- Till progirsaive, ,; innovations Sun wus written by Frank'
M It I5ALLOTI.VO: TO V.V HELD: AT 'Wilght. publicity director for the>
H rlong,, who hUll AUCTION LAW FATE: '
formerly In IIHO in Star he will In.mi''It* I I I
/lablf Kill I
h Cow MKHTINCJ.,; MONDAY I'lilversity I of Floilda and,1 will I I hoof
much experience along this The Da'ly Vacation Bible School, NOT KNOWN ,FOil available to the county HclioolH, The ,

I I.: a i I luchflonvllle.PL which \has been conducted al the A cow belonging to Elery Sapp.of NIGHT FIVIO: WKEKS; ou|'vrvlHor makes; fifinient visits interest to many of our read- ,

sldeiit Jos E Wilson' icferri First Baptist Church for the past the \VuU-iouk section died 1>lon- j I Hi'neat Thui nquost, secretary of to the county, .schools. nail. Is thus | era: _
< tin matter to the two vvoe'cs: will close K'orliltt! taxpayers must wait at i 1 Mal k It down that ClyJo I How,
club'! Yo'ilh tonight I Fil- Jjy morning und was reported by the local To'.Miseii'l Club, announced 'i able to Iilnff' the gteatest. good to ,,1'
Committee who will ,diy) at eight o'cluck with least five weeks before the eonstltiitioiMlily anl :38! has education determination
bertn: at once a aja'cial State Board of Health in Jacksonville yesterday that a !special meeting tho gteatcbt number. Free books
Inv, Httgatmg the possibilities of program and. display of hand- to have had rabies. The when officials for the next six of the new tax eeltlfl'l i lire made accessible to all county as well as tnent! ,
t.-ibl'8hinjr'! the WOI k. Each of the i cate auction law la j ]' Native of Madison 10"11graj..
proposed play- four departments ci'w was mad before It died, Mr. months will be elected to serve the ehiIJti-n/ und the line of work _
gl> indThtee, will have In cided, it wus indicated yesterdayby j crate of the: high school' there in
a pal t the service bonUa is fuatrrril"The ,!.
Sapp said, and thi' State Cod fol- .
new which will Supreme it 1013, Howard taught pt'hnnl two ,
members C. B. consist! of Bible school.s
Price I I, trio unified icnlsafety
and at
chase other cattle August 2 o'clock In the couit- i
as : h '!101 In Tallahassee '
dptht minister owing a. homing < years" enlisted In the AI stud-
Dr. C. J. memory drill verses, Bible IH the my
Gay, ques- well us people who tiled to her house hete. Air. Thornquest taught by supervisor.
and R. F, Clai k, supervisor of the tions a shot play und a display I,I up. pen requests members and friends urgently Wednesday.The who Is ulao DIstrict, Safety Diri'C-I'| led. law at home, passed. the State/
light plant cf all handwork couit heard arguments from i Bar, practiced four yeais, then t
were welcomed into the In sewing, wood- of the organization to be on hand tor foi the Ametlcun Legion
club it this melting. work and drawing. The purpose I I 4 score of attorneys but will go Health principles! can be taught / went back to teaching five yearsago.
.. I Install Grist Mill und rally for a one hundred per ahead with Us pieviotisly announced : and nowla In
---- of this program Is to acquaint the cent attendance during the new ', :mid 1 knowledge of. mmitntlorj In. j earnestly pursuit
plan to take a recess diirmg of
u college degtce which
parents and ft lends of this school
j : Green's Store this" week announced year, the month of August holding stilled' In outlying schools' Proper he
I never hud and Is making ex-
with the type of work done dui ing
FORTUNATESI I, I the installation of a new W. H Hayes district organizet ack its declHlon! at least until the sanitary measures might alone ) tiuorilinory headway.
the tio of
weeks The
study. .
pa- make
grist and meal mill ut their store of the' Townsend Clubs of the second Tirst week In September. ; the supervisor's' salaiy a !, General College officials. University -
tents of those
attending the school ,
Escape Injury )on North Walnut Street. The new district and speakers from Meanwhile, an order of the court good investment for the county. A of Florida, announced tfT-
ate especially urged to attend this machine will be of will be William' tew of hH many other duties me: ':
I short service. capable production Jacksonville present, Mr. obtained by Attorney clay that Howard has completed
I of fine and course oldfashined 'Thornquest suld. Blotint Myers of Tallahassee prevents ( Supervising instruction advising'lenchers the Iwo-year work program "with

IN WRECKS I The D. V. B. S. this year la by "wu ter-ground" meal Plans are going forward fur one delivery of cei tlflc.iles ail'lttdei making opening a(Mr ens-1" honors," and he spent only elevoo, .

far the beat that has been held both grits, scratch feed l and graham,'of ths sac: u.r.rl rallies. und futu.d terms cf the: act, tut per es. talks on Patriotism, the 'Iaf, weeks In class, those dining lust'' I

In enrollment and attendance. The 4 flour Operations will begin toI I stiar tenceta'r.ts will be made :7>iti> sjiloi to continue In the sixty1.ietn j i Character Education, und School summer session.

TWo .\CCIDENTS IN PAST total enrollment reached a peak of || morrow.I 1 1I through members It was aall!. I coup tieS.J .-"f-ir.t, oiderli.jj) supplies' nnd freezuattriitls By dint of extensive and per-
WEEK 136: as compared with 116 last (plxnning. courses, at- : .
: AUTOMOBILES aistent reading when he wasn'tteaching 'P
year. The departmental enrollment lending conference, lecommenilinglj I

DAMAGED I was as follows: Beginner ... tor college or position. fed- School In Bradford County, High ') I
at Starke, Howard studied
FSTARKEFINANCIAL era) aid' foi students, etc. I
Eai1 twenty-three Primary twenty- J ]
Whitten fortunately the General College courses. took
1 eu' IiiiIj3' 'injury Saturday at midnight I eight Junior twenty-three forty-eight, Faculty Intermediate or that It the Is as nuucrvlsor attendance can Intpec-.hilnarl I the comprehensive examination

when the Chevrolet he was fourteen. j I the greatest 'financial r..tu'I: ; recently, and brought to a finish '

east driVing" crashed Into a bridge Just While the school was conducted I By R. .... CLARKA cilous fix ine city was in. People I iash, All these Items are being I I lnce our tell chen' funds come most creditably his first two-year
en route Starke on Road 48 while by the First Baptist Church word about electrical rates nuid not pay their taxes, officials I I paid for out of general tax Income. ,, .rom the mate In proportion to our program of college work
to Kingsley Lake. The and faced with Now In the of fairness) Is Howard In his thirty-eight yearsIn
children from all the churcheswere I and the financial contribution\ our had no money were name attendance records It Is apparentthat
of f ewnt the occurred almost in front Invited to attend /city derives from the plant operations ertain bankruptcy. I I. there any reason why a man who anything that will help keepup this world has been a keen student -
I James Hornsby farm and of will not pay his. city taxes, should! the attendance! of people and affairs and ithelped
the Car The church earnestly requests may be Interest. The; only source of relief that I and help bringall
I him
after with his General College -
brl< colliding with the | the public to attend the service There are a great many factors A-aa available was the Income from draw this service free Of course children of school uge to school
"etl courses: however, he said, "the
lI1 nfhr down the embank. Friday evening at eight o'clock. enterIng into the study of elect tic the city owned plant. By careful not. Simple pride should Imp..1tull ) every day of the year will bring school of life
did Isn't all need
''o not turn over. Dame -- -A _____ r I I rates. Also In the management of landllng we have come through i support nf city officials And liberal returns In dollars und centsto one"
the by a definite measure. Asked!
lenders. radiator car was heavy, ruining Knight Helps Prosecute
5IfliI4Ihteld hood, bumper, '1 balance conflicting forces and car- tcchiy, the city debt stands. at about The city operating expense runs "Such, counties as Alachua Howard
mild "I read but
Another and wheels Col. D. F:. Knight spent several ry on In a business manner The $80,000 with Interest all paid and) around $600,OO per month Jackson Walton, Ouval Dade, and rapidly,
accident occurred Sunday days of last week in Trenton where :!\I more knowledge our average citi- : credit sound as a dollar. The net Income from light plant Hllluborough are using this officerto most in Important to any one In readIng -
night to know
In what they have
sideswipe Reno section when u he assisted In the prosecution of''Uoith zen has of these matters the bet- At the present time business at present time Is ample to care good advantage. One year Is read when they have finished."

/ ( between a model "T" Robinson, who was on trial ter It is for all.\: The general prob. conditions have Improved and a for this Therefore If the city were hardly sufficient time to try out no Howard
In versatile schooLteacher
without a
driven by light) and l a V.8 f f00'1 tor his life In connection with the: l lent of city management Involves majority of taxes are coming in ire the! remaining $80000 bonded important an undertaking but It i Is anti has taught most of

AUIIUHllne. Robert B. Lee, of St.Lee's alleged slaying of Mrs Annie Roberts .''all\, '0 the city tie.isurer's office. Hack debt, profits from the plant woul-lj I sate to sty that by July I, 1DI3S the high school subjects in hill fivytaru '

chlllr..n, 1\11' wife and foul.i on March 12. The case wentto Our city officials since depres- taxes are being taken up and the! I' be sufficient to run the city without ) the position! of county supervisorand nt Ftarke. His wife he hl'b..11 .

I el! n, ,rv "I"1 the"Car bUt ecap- the Jury Wednesday and Robinson sion years flatted have had a very jeneral outlook much improved. any tax, and all would! K>*.> freed attendance Inspector Will hive married eighteen >'..ar&.

\Ita, named The: "r, driven by a wus convicted of murder in hord task: to meet all the. city obligations % There Is on.. condition however from city taxes proved to be on Investment yielding teaches the fifth grade. There are

P"rk DeSue, had been the first degree without recommendation n'i,I maintain the credit that should be corrected\. Some few If patrons. of plant will he pa-I generous' dividends to the cltl.en no chil. Iren.Howard .

lig'1\o' \::, along AS Lee the highway with no of mercy. Ftandicg of a solvent corporation who can pay' have u Rurned there Ui tient and< back up our present city /: (.f this cnunty I practiced law In \\'111,1tou \ -

( '"ineil, came along the net ---. -- --- 'I The tax !levy on real estate! Is a 'legal 10..p-h.'le through which officials with their full support. It I j jvill "Tichool patrons will bo gl,id to for four yens after his Intensive .

''fUgn Le out Into the load ana.. Berry Plants Scarce norm.il source of Income for city they may esi-ape payment of their '. only be a question' of a few kriv.v thut the salary of the I1tWounly reading on the subject and hU

to.'k' 10 the tried ditch to turn aside' and Unusually heavy July rains have EUJII''I't During depression years Ity td.x. No matter what the law /eats befnie this! omission of city I : supervisor) has been taken nub8-quent pa.ssirj the state bar:

(1111111 01Uiulted. a side-s-.vlping' made it possible' for Bradford taxes could not be paid by a great may say in this matter, good cltl- tax will be Jo slble. Two real are of already In the savings examination.

butt, nor l. No one was County farmers to begin setting many people here in Starke. This en.ih'p'! demands that each contribute facts are with us. The putnt in- made In the faculty at the Biad- Now enrolled In the L'niver.llyof !

l l\\, ,,M Was Was the model "T" but i ,strawberry plants. Only one handicap condition left city officials in, a bad hIs fair share in the cost of :cmeIII definitely glowing better f<,r
tunn.n// boa.,1 shorn of Its fenders, i : rtmulns in the way: very way to pay bond maturities and interest city maintenance and tu the man all the time and the city debt In spite 0: the need for a special Howard Is pursuing u hll he-Ior'i

and door. I tew plants are available. Dry as well as their ordinary who can PlY. but doesn't should 'growing IPSJ. Since January of ,language; t'acher vvhlf'h would dtKrec with his telentKus determination.

-.- -<- weather earlier in the season held running expenses and when you ome the slacken reward. Sup-j he present vcir: $7000 of outstanding have had to have been supplied "I want to get a nut

fiirthsLan'J plants back until It will\ probably know that they had $140,000 of six pose we shut off sewer service. : city bmla have been re- \vhln! a year or so. The srhoul ter 9 degt ee too," he .paid. "It may

.. Mra- Walter VVhlttfeldt. 1 I be' September before they can be per cent bonds outstanding at that light anti clean streets around such I I take five years, or ten but tha;'"
\ boy July 23. I II)hat In very large quantities. very time one may appreciate the stacker homes. Refuse to collect | (Continued Oa rjt. Right: Continued On Page EIght) myItrMfnr go.l\\ "

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I, I her the things to eat and drink ant, led her through the French : How To Apply r Summary of the 1937 Since 1865 lighthouse '''Utl-
sturdy boats .

.! J MN EL "I I going she'd like.to keep I you don't happy.begrudge" it's w Indow"Well a., Katie" said/ William. For Age Pensions ),I I II Strawberry Season have been named used\ foi aft, 10'.1\''

I ;' trees and plants. '
II ,,1;' I "Happy!" cried! Kate O'Shea "You haven't congratulated: me. I

I I l' ..../- with passionate blttel'tleRs."Well. I'm serious about a political career All applications for old. age assistance | ( By Mr. R. M. Peterson In chargeof I
stI\I LZ.O '
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:; Ilyllrt-Ia-) I may have over-stated It. ," I and for other benefits or the Federal-State. Market; News -

I ;: (.t'r- t should hove said. 'at peace.." "1 do congratulate you, and I'm : services administered by the State Station at Plant City.) -
(, ,. and District Welfare Boards
'j ;: : "But that's the whole trouble! glad you are serlouV The past strawberry season was

I'm not at peace I'm bored to Willie hesitated his glance wav- should be filed at the welfare offices '' almost a direct contract to that of 1'C

,I HflurnliiK from read aloud the Indicated, item. "The I death Bored with getting up In the ering. "There's just one little In each county and not with the previous season except that the

his. I triumphal) tour of America two successful candidates electedto | morning dressing coming thing You heard what he said Individual members of the State estimated acreage this past season I

+ where hr.> hud rnltrtl $ OO.OOO for represent County Clare were the down to breakfast hearing the H and District Boards according to was nearly four percent great.

, C a: the Irish National rouse. Chnrlr* O Gorman Mahon and" Captain William II clock ticking the days away fast "Money?" said his wife. "Yes. I Clayton C. Codrington State Welfare er and the yield was slightly heavier

; Stewart riirnell "unrro"nPd Henry O'Shea. I and yet so deadly slow" thought It would cost something." {'ommlslOlon..r.Mr. .' as reflected by the carlot shipment's .

king of Ireland. ," tiMH t
i t
I lIam O'Sheii dentlned to play an coming down this afternoon" "No! Never! I was in love She played with him. "I Imag' the impression that they should i

( important |"trt In his. lutT.llfe, "To ask for money as usual with Willie-or thought I was. I ined It was to see me ?" apply In person to members of the the carlot shipments In were
1 and, ftnulm the fffimlfie: nwn.O''hl'lI nodded Aunt Ben. don't want to fall in love again if "Did you ?" He approached her State or District Boards, or that fairly heavy early Januaryto
I reMnttt "h., snub, but ilelennliirH "More money! You mustn't giveIt their be speeded around February 20 but were
1 it can turn to the repulsion I feel eagerly but timidly as if sensing applications can the
Ben! light thereafter. Last season
to make line! of Pir-: to him. Aunt to
for him. encouragement. She was instantly up by appealing personally
eel In his political I..or..r. Hi "Well as a member of Parliament "No that wasn't love. What do repelled. them. Several board members, the shipments were light until around

wire his wife In England Hint he'lhHve\ more ways to you want then. Do you know?" "No How much is It goingto Commissioner said have been visited March 1 but were fairly heavy
he In coming to tee her on lm spend It. He won t ask me for let me be one of them, or it might cost ?" by hundreds of applicants importuning throughout most of the
of the season. Prices received by
1f portent biiHlnrsH.Chupter. money, my dear. I "You do. to me." Mrs. Wood"I "Two thousand pounds." these officials to put

V It a s i 1t\o "No. He'll ask me to ask you. Iwon.t want to mean something." "Two thousand! To get you Into them on the rolls Immediately growers this season were lower.
than those received last season until
chuckled I! : "But I can see that Parliament?" A short outline of the procedure about February 20 but averaged

O'SIIKA \IK1AINS WITH HIS "I'd rather see you give him I mightn't be enough." "The O'Gorman Mahon and me." I for handling old age assistance higher the balance of the season> to

', 4 WIFE: money. even my money than I Her niece gave her an affection- "Have you got to pay his expenses ( applications as required by the Social date. NATl'KAI 11.1Ill: ,

Katie O'Shea in her modest other things" said the old. woman ute smile. "If only he'd let me too?" Security Board was given by LEADS AN! lilt: I'J.ll:.

a Ia '1 comfortablt home in KItham Kent drily. I Mr. Codrington as follows: During the month of Januarythe F 1a'T KKKItllir.KT: : :
'A was reading her husband's telegram "Oh. Aunt Ben! I'm so ashamedof .! '"" -r"';; :,X berries were generally of good FOR 1'RESbl(11\6: | (

an expression of dismay on It nil! That you should have to 1. All applications are to beI i size and exceptionally good qual Tilt: DKLK<< lot x
1 made at district or county offices I Most fields had set of
Ity. a good
her face' when her aunt. Mrs. spend' < your money just to keep I'LAVOUS 01'1'.1: :
Willie from !" !She' of the Slate Welfare Board on I'fruit and a heavy yield was in .
Wool entered a folded newspaper uway me TABLKS: ... Mr, \ i
rl ( A in her hund"I've her arms about the spurs form of blanks supplied to applicants at I prospect although many fields PUOMPT Dhl: .IVMU:
j } her aunt who her bark. 'fI. iI there: offices j| were being too dry by the last of
Ny a got something show you putted ...., 9swASea'rP ("iJ.tt. FILLKK.H: ( I I'' I.c|\\
K.uie A surprise for you. Read "There isn't a let for an old woman 'IIi '. 2. As soon as applications have }i the month and the size of the berries EST' I'll UK.

Ulis." like me to spend her money .,. .f( been made in proper form at the ,I fell off. Lack of rainfall continued

Mrs. O'Shea took the paper and on when her doctors won allow ... ; welfare officer: they will be numbered I until around February 20. STARKEICE
J For several
weeks to this
: and the work of verifyingand i prior

".. .. .. very little bloom was formed nnd COMPANY
'i1 Ii '!:.... ; determining need started. All shipments became lighter Mow
i applications will be investigated In
-. .. .. ever most fields stalled: bloomingthe I ,
For ""- I chronological order, 1 .
dJs Expert RepairingSmith's -.- latter part of February and ---:::

-'. 3. When all factors Involved In bloomed quite freely during the I heck.,

fl : M I i determining eligibility have been month of March but the weatherwas Malaria

-. j thoroughly checked., recommendations not favorable for the development 6 6 6 In 11 daft

s I together with a suggested and ripening of the fruit.

Garage monthly payment based upon the I Consequently shipments continued COLDSLI.rl

a I need of the Individual, If the ap- 1 light for the balance of the seas. .T.\RJ"IiI": fI... .oat.
$ I!:
plicunt to
appears eligible--will
DRUI'H II rdnch's:
Phone 120 be submitted .. .
to the district board. .tI.o
I i One hundred fascists includingtwo I'rrR. .i..Hr-'l'l.,""_\\ ..rid.. B..r
... 4. The District Board after women, will contest seats for I.la'meul.
t Wreclier{ Service Day or Night mighrysheufwenfnpfrom ", I conaideting each case will either. the house of commons at Britain's: -- -- -

i u L -l lS I the peopfie. "Hooray for l 1 approve or disappiove the appllca- next general election.

Pornellf"s tlou fix the amount of the .
I I monthly Sentinelsof
.. 1 Apcd'twe'e payment and notify both the j deemed. according;:; ; to jaw; the nrnp-
: vi t.. u Mined' tlu-iein will In mild to
applicant and the State office. I the hlrht' ...i didder, nt tinruiitt Health
i him." "N'iI' I couldn't have got in huiiMp door t on the firm ;Monday, In
'. ; hi'- :: :; 5. The State office the month of September, t Illa7. which
j WHAT "What would you do then ?" .vitliout fan' Will you I letme will then I I. the 11th. day nt Srim-inurr' 1\1.1.\ Don't Neglect Them I
r "I ilon't know" answered Mrs. 1 have it ?" prepare payrolls and "send, them to | Dated thin 20th., day nf .lul. ). 1U)7,) Kfttur dMiffnM. the kidney to dot
'. I mtrv eI.... lob. Their task it to k...
the office of the State (ll.i'lKIAI ::0.1'! U ) ''it
t Arrf )'Shea, wearily. "But he won t "You know I can't I haven't got Comptroller, i .\. 1. THOMAS, flowlnc blood. stmm frt. of .n**rm 4
10 I needn't bother to think. He where the checks will be issued | cirrk, nf Circuit'' 1 Court nfHradroril toile impuritlw. The act of U..tn|- anything
;. and, mailed to eligible County, Florida. Is conmanuy': prouu" i, sunloather
.as carefully abHtitined from the "But can get plenty" persons 7-S3-5t-S-2i;: ( "lIk dI.h:'; must; rem;' it 'ran
IS YOUR you :i ----..---- tl Mood ,h i w I due,
(IWo that law of
things! the requires
I When the fail functionalNalur
kidneys to
"Aunt Ben paid your expenses j Romantic, Spanish of .-- ---------- ::
him for that deserting me or i history I Intended* (hers i U n'tc'oed
ilx months ago. I can't ask her ],'I Florida In emphasized In dioramas ': At Your ServiceI waste that may ...... body-wirla knocking me down. I wish he would One may auffer nnvstniC >h'k_<
/ desert me. 'I'd. even be content to again." ,.; paintings, and relics shown by p attinn5 at had.ch..ana'fc.ol d'twm,

LY'l be knocked down!" Willie O''Shea, dapper ladies' |: Florida exhibits. I tiadvr t IAh up.yaa-Iwl ntht. l.;tir.d.ervow.4;;:; : :

L i. man turned nasly. "You mean youwon't. j i I -_____+_ worn out .
p "In front of witnesses. But don't ." I Seven P>#nu. Mtitty or burnlntfnay ass
miles .fnt
j of :
underground I be ; vldeoc I ot 4Wm s 4
let me be one orf them It >
: : or might "If you'd rather put It that 'trails have been constructed In Madder I diaturbanMi.Th .
i 'nd the other round!" And the and
way rcncntBd proper trttrwM
way shrugged hN wife. J Carlsbad Caverns National Park I II I II II II II It to S diuretic. modietn. ia h.lp the kulD. *
oH I(I
lady raised her cane as though rid of ....
d "I see. He sat down with a j New Mexico\ but vast chambers I loot > polaonou body
/ I
1r eager to strike with It. 1. PIMIM'. P...... 1n.y h... l.J nun
Jell berate assumption of droppingthe still remain to be explored.! I thea forty: yeses at public' anurural *>f
The parlor maid entered to announce "You've t endoread the eountry aver, taavt;
matter. nice ;
got a AMERICAN '
.. ..
( I Z>NI Sold at all dray etorea.DOANS .
r t v rt that Captain O'Shea and I place here, Katie. I must comedown I| hall four rnnxecutive lie iiuhllHhPd wpekH once. a week for GAS AND OILS

''Corman Mahon had arrived and I oftener You are looking Wlfneim. my hand fluid' seal of thin.
were asking to see Mrs. O'Shea. charming, my dear very churm- SCI d.iv at Sturke Jnlv. A.Florldil.l II. liia*. this the Serv. Sta.

The two men followed almost at I ing. I'd forgotten how attractive (OFFICIAT. Sr1M.it' AND LOTH ROOM:
:tier heels. O'Shea introduced his are." 1 I I A. J THOMAS,
Aw Clerk nf Chcillt Court
,irieml' and political sponsor to his Loathing and supplication stirred -I for Isntilforil. County, lo'lnr'lda.
ill COUntr71ICm0 wife. r. K. PliHllVMA.V:
p''t her to speech. "Willie, don't" ,.Solicitor for Coini>laiiHnt. ..
t PPtM Kctorial a r "It Is an honor, ma'nm" said the "Mayn't a husband make love to( t 7-1 ".S-6 FUNERAL DIRECTOR

QTY VCormnn Mahon. bowing low overalle's his own wlte'u must get to i i -- I :\1) Mary Sears Kprlen> <-e :Miikrn It Possible for !Mf to !S J..rr.ICn"T.

Jveyietvlacxi' N .:: hand "Now I un"'PI'stand'Wlllle's know ouch other again. If I'm MHICI: 0. 'P"I.U"'u\ .
% JonaNALe fits of loneliness In Ire- ing to give lip politics"Give -" i, ir'hule, 11111 '\ ... Ull %
( :
land." N'llllci'; II HIJIiKHY: ; tllV; 'K.V, 1'hllt'r.l..v,1 :ojiiTE riuciCAlk
up politics ? J. flieeii Xs Inex A. llreen;' \ "
"Well if hoid. ,rs ."f :Sof! 'i'i x Vltirii'lllu Nn. .
"Do ? I can't election
you !replied Katie, with pay my
alight :i.);ii) Issued .
I tliH 3ril day c>f AUKrut. ->hrke: r InrldoLEDGER
: mocking umlle. '"My'Aunt, I expenses But It will be quite A. U I l''II. hoe riled! HIIIIII. In my, nfii :
_tYr.. lPI Mrs. "'uool." pleasant Katie, living down herewith I .lee had Ims .niHfU ii|>plli>utl inn for --
ra"H a ill IC d"i'il lo l Ls, IHHIMM! .h..'....",.
a ppek.n IN yad G+ L Mo' The erect white-haired man you He smiled coldly. I :Said ci'i'tirirute enilirai. .HH t the fnlloulnv -

!ii I3 "-'mN' _-_____i Yn 0 aMf! JomnU** "!T, >. J kissed Aunt Ben's hand., and looked All her loathing/"! sprung to her Cniinty ,d-'rrlhed.or| IA:' add'rd" iirniii-rly, State( of hi Flor the
lips. "You beast! ida, i..-\\-lr
\ floes .?; *as 'ft' is Glue ai Motu! 1 yr closely at her face "Mrs. "Well he !lets( Six Jt Swell r.f Stuck OUTFIT
\9.Mddl Vrr t YA' O Nom w ''-1 Yr, Wood ? But surely ma'am I remember shrugged a man'sgot i 1:1.: .\..*tl Tettiplew" Addition tn I I
I M.tlan YM1 Q Nay..alRk + Y. you better as the beautiful to do something" ,. 1 Stnike, In Northeast! tjiiurtpr/ of

ll siao s,1t 1 4 fl// harl s "--1 Yr, Anna Maria Michell to whom I offered "And If you got the money ?" I :.Vnrlhwi Went; rlnlf Quarter...Vnitheant' & .r'art yiuir-of

/M le-_ 0 te;Worf/r Mrw my heart and hand- "Then I'd be occupied.. She i t..r \\'..>t of lull lway & N'orthKH -
-3 .
'" ii. >M 1. Ye turned her face t (Corai-r" nf .southniixt cjuur-,
and he knewhe
st. sarYl 1 Yt. 411sr. Nom. u'1.3 Yr "In 1820. It was my first pro- away 1 I tr .'f :Northwest: viuarter of
had won "Well, Katie ?" Sfftlnn 21 Township ti !Mouth
T & Paid VM1 O J'a.ltryfnlun y posul. How are you. General ? Still "I'll' ask Aunt Ben" she Slid i i flange 22 /':"..
wdr, fighting duels?" Tho ase.'eantenL" nf, I Ilio said pioprty -
( te as 2&zr. ft 0 Mafia 6 Fsra r .3 Y a Captain O'Shea went to the win. | ** '"..Ir,' the nu Id i-rtirirattt IMi -
P "Since last I saw you I have had Jow and i Hiii'd war In the mini nf I'nknown
the O'Gorman Ma- j .
-I .
gjj-j g1 twenty-two major enconntecs. I l'nliHi4 sold 'ltl'ilte* Hhall b. m-
I 1 : hon. "Come along. O'Gorman. Wedon't d enicil aiTiirdinir, to .law, the prnp
)/ I have fought in Europe and Africa want to miss train." ttty iteMfrlriHd tli.*i .ln will lie Mold
in China and India South our to the, hlttlient l bild.likr at 111" rourl
i Aunt Ben gave her niece a sharp IIIIIIHI door. on the first. Monday In

GET WHAT YOU WANT PAY FOR WHAT YOU Ort T 1 I lea. look as she entered nodded her till which.. hlfinlll IM the Dili of day Hi'pteriibMf of Mvpleiiihvr, 1 lfl.17,,
"What do you do for relaxation head with n grim expression I 19.17.!
iI ( arm no. t oma no. I ?" enquired Aunt Ben. "We must go Aunt Ben" Maid I' l >.,it.,il 'IhlM I IUh day nf July, l 1927.iuFFI'L11. "e"r
( !SIIAI.: )
rids I ....._. I T r. AntVereei ret Oalr TUa eTawapapar, I Tr. fate OoJT Font "For relaxation I make love." Willie.I'd line to have Katie ask A. J THOMAS! !'

6 .:? .:':; B }2.10 3 M. a.lMa A } "Romeo at nearly seventy! Mr. .'lIIne1own\ here- -" i I. l-ltirfc lirudfoid' or.. I'I("County rt'ult Cnlirt r'loi,'Ida.I nf ,
fceea Group $2.40 I thought you had given up thatsort "Here ? Me"\ enquired Katie 7-tui4t.s-la the

of thing for more serious ex.plolts..polltlcs. astounded "I don't know him."
orrn no. s orrn woo 4 Isn't It?" "But I do. At least I ve met )I Ttv APPr.r'rroI ,i-iu: :

TUa Ifaerapape*. 1 Tr.J AU F.. t14 w... loipar. 1 Y" All Ili "The objective may be different 'ilm. He can be of great help tot!l IXenale Hill N ien:
.aatao I .r OeIr .. ...... P. 0aIy but the method Is the same Willie\ me. We ="OTII-': IS IIKItKFlV: <; 11'I.N'rhot: RUBYAa
2Ma A > : A } ought to start giving political / U Parker holder of Tux Certlfl-
= and I kissed every girl In County dinners. If Parnell rote. No. 7'1. IH-II..I the and day of
== takesnotice
: llM \
''d, 1Ma > O\\J $2.25 3 B (2-50) Clare." Alimixt./ A U IiJI I! I his; filed, soar" I I
of .
me, the Party will have hi inv: ..f"I.,> and has "in.id application txcwptioaal v liut! CoQ8Ult.I 01
"Pity the women haven't the to." for u tae deed tn tie 'lashed ledq.r.h..ad
I thereun Said certlnrile: embraces loose I.af l "
light to vote, said Aunt Ben. "I've never Interfered in your the foll vnn( "i-rllu'd property. In A-Z, 26 dirUVoa I IMtablodn. ..
"You'd be king of Ireland." career. Besides the County; ; <.r nraclf.ird, State' of .. & dtlrabl.l.dlallo.
A-- ieI' .. N -.... M..b.le k..5. .... Mr. Piirnell never I Florida. to-wll: Steel
1 MI O..w..- .71 ...... ._ _'_'_ L. "Begad if It depended on kissing goes!' anywhere, NI>. fl.ns1. I tjiiiirter of !Southeast' iMtltM, odors xd oc black. .
t A__ 0.- ....4 is q 1 '"'- LII I could beat Parnell himself! "['m he 1 Quarter leas. South Six: Acre, of b.ck with .Ioa.llc looUoa\ d.Tio
sure couldn't :
I Bane N..L'S' OMwhYq ... L. resist you Section 10 Tow'"'hip 7 Month. Puh button for quick opanlag, no k.f 2puired. 3ha.t> aI whlla
........-. P..W ......... LIIC.II "Since It doesn't depend, Mrs.\ O'Shea 1
| upon said Mahon. Range" 20 Kant: containing' 34 J7dale l l lecl9er paper 24 .w.ta_. Sh .t pay .8 s 9Ja Uch*.
.. r..w ..71....... (I-FI) 1.NCella kissing" Katie O'Shea Katie's Ayres, nose inlr..n
Ute LII tkritaat.lttw LIICkrl.a. enquired troubled glance soughtAunt | assessment of the' fnild
.. ttlyda I." r LII "how did. you manage to get elect Ben's face. The old lady'!,' .rrvh"u; .' the said certlfh'utv' : prop Is.was sleek. ... D..nt0Z0008 -.. .... iaob
c._. I.-.a. 1..low LIICoowy Biied In the
Ikitt po- ..71..I... ...-.... LIIs ed Willie ? nodded "I think It would be avery I I I C'oleman. 'luinii of Uavld $4.00oaooot
tares "II ....... 1st... Me.tuy.w .... O'Gorman Mahon\ answered good Idea if Willie could cut a 1 I i I'nlt'Hn: .. sold rertlflfiitn shall. he redeetneil Baby Ledges O..lIIt-1led
Dbdo .......,. J-r--"' .71 aril* Now* (taeaiUaal) 1.11 "Through me. I hold figure. Go according, tn law. the property Ruby L.dq. Outfit-Black 4.00
County Clarein ahead.
1'._ ....-. I T t- III I adbewk Ma entaei LII Katie ask Mr.' described I therein will he Mold
,,... and Ie-v LII ortow al mertew*. L.. the hollow of my hand. I said Parnell down II tn the high bidder at the court
''SI riawat Orawae .... Mt..lss4. LII to WillieWould like to "I think hours. d...ir. on the flrnt. !Monduv In
Haeae) eXtla-Haadlaniiiel I." craau rear 1.00 you stand you owe me that much" the month of September 1937 which BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH[
? Motua and OaidaBKouohoM .... IllTor. *..... -___ I." for Parliament ?' and Willie said, said Willie. IH. the Hth day of "Heptemher.' l"..17.Dnted I
l Magad.. 1.70 oorw ASeUtuecaeelnl LII 'Yes' this. nth day of July 1917.:
y Liberty WaoUr 1.10 ranatlaoTr / 1.71 'It'll\ cost you a pretty penny Katie O'Shea gave In. ':!yell, I'll 1 (() ...' ': .)
'y tliefarr D<..... __ 4.S. ... siory Mao,nim. 1.21 ,' I said to him. 'That I haven'tgot invite him." r"r THOMAS.ClerK I
1 : MoCaOl'* Ma.' a
I, penny to bless myself with have said I. I.'hut a. ((1o bt l'l"thm'd) I 7-23-51-S.2U County Florida.. I K O O L M O TO R

> there'll\ be plenty to open wide !% IIIH, c IM< 11 r r'Ot n'r ron
sGentlemeDs the'r purses In such a cause! and MR llil-'Ollli "'(111', r'l.uill- j 'CI"'I">*t nf lpPLlrt OAMOLINEND 01 I.n'f s
in. i\ I' F'/III -r\\ ,.:.:, 0'I I '
< t .
s \
proud of the chance ia\\r'' II. ',\ It!41'i (rrnnle. 11111 \". KUII' \II'ORI1) ( :
t tI "npnpr I." said O'i:hea, L'"",,,,..I"10"I. ,lv NDTICK! : M IIKItnBV: : nlKV: :That I s" ln ICEIT'1 A rUMPIKTK: LINK "F
looking ... rnvoricn Ii. 1 L Pmrk-r! holder;I nf Tsg. j iVrtlfl.fiiti -
a y r enclose: .-_'or which pleau lend me very uncomfortable "I suggest )'ou'' nFKIB: (lIosr..HL1'US.: : : : N... 70. Issued the 3nl day of CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS

I thh. magulne. I law check.d. together with a I let nu manage' this rayself.; I I Defendant IOfllell I i I I,In Ainrunt'my, i>ffli A.*e I'and"'::11.IIIIM hen made firs ulM'Hf'a-HUMID; THE !NE",T TIME YOfK RIOTOK IH'NS HOT. CEKtKi. : L'1

,; i' I year's .ubscrlptioll tCJ your newspaper "As you' say me hoy. Mrs. : OK IM in.irviioM. ) I I1'11I' ; tlnn for it tax dt-pd tn l be "lucurdthereon .-.- !<)ToitMOMNK> : FIIOM: ONE: ; r;}' TIH':' r:
O'Sheu.' If MII u;1'I'l ,PI-I::;all.: !i H.I Id' r'ert lflrn' tw enlluar. <*. ST\TIOS( :
you'll allow I'll I '
me. light : STATK
: the fnllnvrlnK dear rll>*d! prnp rtv Inthe "3
:\ cigar und take It ourMde on your TO -..-Kfti: Hi-nova C'Hrltun whosea4drese i County: ; i>r Hiitdfoni; Ktalif: Kitty's -- Dad Penders 1o! >*'.
t Name______ 1 I. unknown: l lIt Kl-rldu. to-wii:
I "I come with you and listen to !I. hr..ny nrdrrrd Mint you are -.r.hw..t: jimrter of p>niihw...t West End Sta. Harrison's (B.ook)
I D "I'come! with you and listen to rHiiilrr| tn appear| on the huh' clay nf Quarter or rr." -Inn' 1R Tiiwnnhlii,
Street R. P.
or s'pt.mher| > A. r> 1037 bffor the I 7 South, flange :an: Kant, contain-/ D.
the story of your life" said above. rlltltli-rt Court tn the bill nfi'.niilHlnl I lag 40 Acres. more nr IPHHfii E. ROBERTSAgentBIlADF'OKnAND
; 4;" p and State .Mint Ben with an understanding | filed aiculnut. you: In the | assessment. t>t the amid. properly UNION f'OI'.NTIES: ::"
l hn\e entitled raim. and that the under the said r ertif,,,-ot" ,,.
--------------.1 glance at her niece. The O'Gorman I I llrnrttorrt t'nunty Telr l .riipli In hereby anal. was In the name of avld l WOKTHINOTO.V SPRINGS
llalicn! gallantly oftered his arm l ileiilirnuted' an the duly qualified Coteman.iinir .
...w..r' In which this I'UUHK .a aald. rvrtlflcate nlmlt be re. .

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JILT_341. UIS1 __ __ _ n BRADFORD COUNTY .77JL19GRAPD_ .. bTAR11L E7.UK21Bj" 4 PAGE THIUlE: f
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.I Taaeal ha... FLA. STATE FARMMm. 4 4'i''i

D.w.rletle. 8.<.. T R A Q.w :_tAll 1 I..rl..tl.. III..... T R'A Owser <.1.
NOTICE I Bryan Uhltflrld for.
I NWH of NE'. W of Lots t9, 60 In Wood"'wn" 19 I U 20 1V n. Waln"rleht 1.33wry
public toad rz II A In I of Lot 33n/ Wood-
i NW Cor-19 A A S 440 ft I .lawn ___20 II 21 6 Mre, E. O. Harvey no 304 (.unn-I""rkln..
of NKH of NWH 1) f'v or11; -:'. or NWi4 lerc

given that tha following described lands 33-100 A A 8 440 ft of 1 A for cemeter7. .__. .22 6 It 19")1 Dlngr.ld..r_ 12.4' Sunday afternoon Frances Spen- a
hereby or so
Notlee! !Is to KM: of NWH of N W I44447.100A&N160ft E'4 Of IIW''l of ("'. _. ._. 22 6 2J ro D. R. 8ullhan .______ 8.11 Gunn and Ida Sylvia Lark ins
thereof as will b. necessary pay the amount due for taxes of : of W'aof 00W'4 of rrr 1

""i h In setopposlt* to the tap1.. together with cost of such sale EM of SWH of NW14J N}:'. of M"I. of KW'U I U SO T. J. Terry __- ___.- _._ 13.49 were married in the Starke Bap-

I rt.ntlRlng n i.re. ., will be sold at public auction on Monday the 2nd day N)27.100;'* of A NWH* N-160 4 64-100 ft of e Con NEv, 330 of f11 NW'"f,HW 11 C"r run of:N tIlt Church. C. B. Price pastor of

and A".t. A. Dl>3f. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Courti A A N IGO ft of ,SWH Of 894 ft ft 8 896 ft the church, performed the ceremony

the County of Bradford In the City of Starke, State of NIJH W of public road W 834 1t31a: beg I:23 6 U 3 4. J. I.n..rv. __ __ 6.98Mt4 Intimate L
i II.Uo door -4 60-100/ A ... ___36 B tl 60 H..llbr(1"fln.,1] Water. of NWL4 of NE'i3'- U 1/1 1'1' (1. W. Brown ____ ".17 In the presence of

Florida ('0. .-_------------- 36,64B 2 A on N side. of Ntt. ofNR'4 friends of the bride and groom.
Nf<;''t of >
NEH ex j A In Rounded E by with
T.... NH! (Cor A ex about 7 A Jane Byrd' S 41: 'V by A.I. The church was decorated

u..rl..I.. ..... T n A Owner t.t.; in SE Cor A ex platted :\ m.n<'hard __ 28 6 U 2 Joe Frl.o .. ____. 293 rose with the name simplicity but
lund* In HW Cor A ex aft Lot 3 of Silk 3, Town of
SW'. ___. ? .__ .36 6 19 80 (Kmpire Lumber. Co) rip 13(1( ft '4ldA i' H.; 1..I..y. West "f Ry 23 6 29>> loin. Enoch OrltUa ___ 12.49E Impressiveness that marked the
NX.. 'r (N. II.! Hayen.. Eat. ) ._ :2003! N of Blk I ofHellbron L{ of Lots of 24, wedding Both Mr. and Mrs.
NE" a.; : { Springe alto all '!own of 'J.a2w .ll West
NH. '' SE.Clt NEy.! that portion of NWH of of Ry. __ __ 23 6 U Mra. Enoch OrltU ____ 2163 Gunn are from Bristol representing!
Nw'\ "f RE'4. 2 7 19 :240 N. Q. Hayes, Est. _n___ 78.18 NF:1Jo: of. road e,. IH A Lot 7 or 111k 4, Town n of prominent pioneer families of that
a s t.NW .. NW\4\ ot In NW Cor &: ex platttd .awl..y w..t of Ry. 23 6 U 2*. M n..nnett ____ _____ 547
..'" ,.f ____________ I 7 1. 120 R. B. Robert. ____-__ 48.73 lands In SB' Cor &: ex a Lot 3 of Illk 4, Town of section of the state. They are nowguests )

F'WI, RFH": ___.._____ 10 1 11 .0 Federal Land Bank u__ 10.09 drip 130ftN&SNof Lawtey West Itv 6 21 J. P. Randall --------- 1249t'om / of Mrs T. W. Shuler. ,
T ofSwVI__________J1 'U Federal Land Bank ____ 10.09 Illk I 4 Hellbron' springs !S6 21 43 Own A Mitchell ... 1697. ;112 ft W :1 NF: -c r23 t E
H > ---. ____.** 6. 20 H. L. Johne h________ 3.31 Beg 160 ft 8 of NW Cor ofSWH nf J..t 4 of P1k 4 &: runS -- .-cI I
** 5rwKi. ? A: NEi4\ of of NEH A" run S too ft, W r.a ft. !'J 100 -

VIrw; of _____ _ZIS6 5 20 120 }1. L. Johns _____u___ ..71 259 8-10 ft, K 1434 ft to ft. E G8 ft ,10 stbeg. Town LuiH'hron For Guetit' ,j
"f. !Sty' d nf RWV. 8tII light of way thence of law't.y \\' Ry U b 22 W. H. Ed..ard. ______ 3060 Mrs Walter- Whitmire of Gads- y
Northerly 318 '.10 W .
J' REV lit otfWt ft. Lot 4 of Illk 7. Town of
;WI' of !8EI. 1'4 12f ft to beg In S'a of r..I..y West of ly.23 6 22 F' R. Carredlne nu__ 322& Eden, Ala. who wax the guest of her ,

__NEW4.of15 B 20 120/ n C. Nettle _____.. .__ 2718 NE'4 n. __ ._38 6 21 8 Maud Wainwright ____ 4 04B Lots 3. 4 & W'v of 1..1. J. brother and sister-in-law Dr. and
.Wto i4.- ________ B 20 40 H. L. Johns ___ _____u 691 Com 75 ft NatPlk4onE 2 of Dlk II Town of ,
.f..';:", .f SE'. -- --------81 6 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. ____ 691 side of public road' In I.awl"y 'Vest' of Icy 23 6 22 W. C. A Jessie. Woo"n. 881 Mrs. VV E. Murphree, for several.
r.'f ""WI' as 114 Heilbron Springs' &: run ": 1 2 of ftlk B, the
"J.o'fnl" of
: Ir" days wall Inspiration
H ;{. Co. ______ 1 8 :20 19 W. W. BaUden ___u___ 89S N along K *ld.. of call taatey: westof a
ln of NW'4 lit I road 5S ft, thenrx E at Ry 'T-Wn23 6 22 W. C. Woolen __n__._ 16.80 bridge-luncheon Friday at one
of swt .411 Plk 9 Lot t (;
8'' sWG : light angles 160 ft. et 1.
NI' o'clock when
I.of Mrs. entertained -
( Murphree
;'W 0'f /I'IW'Com' I Ih..nce'l' parallel with of loKw'"y Vest of ny.-23 6 fa Mre. Enoch Orllfl ____ 16.40
.W", ot vd5 VI of NRr I r Hid road 65 ft, thence All IIlk 10 Town of Law- her club. Varl-colored cosmos -
Ire' of W at right angles 150en try West of By II U A. M. t.e..la -- -- -__._ IUO I lent a festive note throughoutthe
\ "r t6aliydM R"A2- I ft to tt'N"vYtc''rbr' ...36 21 J T. Quisley __ .n_ 668 All ink 12 Town of Liw:13
.S v'GVyd"",,wj US i:? ; But 4 '..rll'j.. of fly .23 b :2 R. A. Blanchard ___ .u 8-7 rooms of the home. The holder -
to ,the pt of beg ___. 1 6 20 100 M. H. Moody ___u____ 11.68 of Hellbron Spring &: All I Town of Law.tey : of high score, Mrs. P. D. Fan-
till run N 130 ft, E 440 ft, S _. West __.33 6 21 Mra. M. n. Well., ___.._ 11.40
mi "f NF.'. All SEH 130 ft. W 440 ft to beg at Lot I of l lffJr: 5. Townof ; her, was given a box of stationery

M\-K'f ( W of McKinney 85\ N. 0 right angle to A parallel .. ... rwf", "Vest' of Ry.23 6 22: A. 11. Harley __ _____ 6. 41 and the honoree a cut gla '
nrftnrh .- -, ..- _" -12 6 20 Moody __________ 641 with public roml ex 1 ._-.w Lots 2. S. 4 ot half' Alb I n < mayoa-
wt'o "f I .22 8 20 "0 Oeo. C. Johns __.._ _
24 99
yt of pF'4 66ftN&Sby150ftB fly -- ---.-________ G n ,.... \bble H. Harley ____ 497 this affair Mrs.
40 Oeora-e C.
or SW4: ,-_... _23 II 20 John. -___.. 1078 & \V 38 B 21 Maud Walnwrll'ht 4(4 All M. A. !lall.. n enjoyable were
sR'I. ________ 10 80 Empire Lumber. C..____ ---- ) 1.0' .11 ,_ .
rte or !"I'" :', _._ -- 23 1 10.78 EH' of Lo"iV77'8rVof"Bfic; : J flag Lot I Town of --- Kasper Duncan Mrs. A. Z. Adklns,

LlI' I. 3 fllk 1& N..w .. 3 & EH:' of Lots 11. 12 of -. .-, wry Lawt.yVest. of 1**'__-23 6 2J I'r O. W. Brown __ 3266 Mr Marcus
Mr H. B.
I\.r ___3-24 II 20 Unknown -.__________ 204 Blk 4 A Lots 1. 2, II, 12 --Wfft 8 McLendon *
gl, .. ._ ______28 8 20 40 Oeo C. John ...___ 1078 Drag4 t TQW/1 of Law-
,\\' SW'4 u of Blk 7 &: all nik 8.", -_ Brown Mrs. Nat Sternberg and
a..rr. icy R.et .r ny __ J. _
23 6 U T. Reddish _._ 398
.-. __ 8 20 to P. T Knlrht _._ _n___ 4 02 Lot 3 & 10 In Hellbron .u.
SYB Reg at SE C'or of Hotel
NRygf FE'of Mrs O. L. UII'nt'II all of Starke
NW\4\ Springs. __ ____36 +
B 21 Maud _
WaInwlight 302 Lot
SWI, c.f jEli; ________ .2'1 .R 20/ 2110 I!. D. Johns ________ 81 08 One half undivided Inter-. u "f beg run thence ft. run, for WI6 art and Mrs. P. D. Fancher of the
_______.31 8 20 60 Unknown ___ 24.E9 !?
'1d I.ot :I ---------- eat In tote I. J & Wty of w- ft. :N 75 ftH75. ft Farm.
Lot 4 N41131 1.010 II. 12 of Blk 4 In S' 711 ft tn of
Lvrf3 1e's'1'OOt_ ____ .8 20 111/1/ .1.:1f. :Xfuslo .__________ 2226 n..llbronoIPI'lnll:/ __.__ .36 5 2J 1.1r". Maud Walnwrlght 458 Town of Lilwt..y pt West belt, '" 1

E:' of S E" __-_____---'S 0 20 80 T ;M: Steven.. _- 173 Will of NW '1' of NWt I 6 2J 20 nll"y Oll"on .u___ 224 or ny ____ 23 6 U :L>. I. Blackburn 1607
---- SM-n
M ........ .n ( hf'ay Party
.'. or 8E'J __.____ 20 40 T. 4 48 W'. of NW ti or /SF.14 & One lot 53ftNSy01:
\\,\. SJf, of o\l1liWI% of NE\4\ IS Of ft 101V, ,Mouth of Hotel At Kingsley Lake Friday Mrs
SE',ofof N.Wt4\ ________82 1 20 6/1/ P. R. CoJson ._________ 24 OS road 2 41 21 Tate Alvarea 7.19All Lot ex a lot 21 ft N A
cE44 or FEt, ____ ______32 8 20 40 T.I';: Stevens. _________ 10 09 rr;; toed"-:-::-2 : 'l 157 Mr.. Annie R Alvarea.: : 13 84 'S by 40 ft E& W In SE I W. G. Strlngfellow entertained a

R'M" or 9W' ot SW.83 8 20 to! T. M. Stevens ______ 827 NW'. __ ._____ __ ___ 2 8 21 U/I W. J. Foster. _____u_- H.'S Cor of ""In... Town of group of young girls at a spend-
cwof. FE _.__ ______33 8 20 40 W. R. Hodges _________ E.83 N'4. of 5W14 ___ 2 8 21 90 Empire Lumber Co10.78( I..iWtey Wet of Rv _._ 23 S 11 J. J. lUrrell A. Co. ___ 1369 the-day party in honor of her
Elf V "WiT4 of SWH AEi N'i! or 8E'4 of NBI., __ _. 3 6 21 20 "'. J FoetH._- ____ 691Sy lot 60 ft N & K by 75 ft
(,f SWH __________33 1 20 60 Alfred. Thomas ________ 10.83 of SE'4 M NE'4 & Ntiof I K Ac W In NE Cor of Ho.tel daughter Miss Betty Stilngfellow.:

WI. ,,f X-EH A NEH of NWV of sEV: &: NE'4 Lot Town of Law- Luncheon was served In the attractive -
..." of NW'i! A <'Ifot 3 : n 90 :. P''R": )4alalop: 919S Icy Went of Ry _. .. 23 8 82 Emma P. Hill _____.., B 27 1.
S\\I.,.w'v't.: __________31 8 20 240 T. M Stevens _h_____ 68.88 SWiv------------ 3 I0 _- ::::::: 221S' One Lot on tate I'll 60/ ft outdoor dining room and the .
of swl ___ a 8 21 $0 F.mplreLumber Co. .__ 1078 '
: !
of the decorated
, rf hWH; SE* ? II I' Clf N&SEi4 of N & 8 by 100 ft E &: W cutting artistically
Nit __ _______ 33 20 120 T. M. Stevens .________ 1285 Bounded N by R. R.Thede .
.t :NW\4'\ & : S\1ti of SF.: '. 15 6 21 un H J. Knlllhg _. __. 11 46SWv4 birthday cake added greatly to
IHH or ,s'* f SWlt.fs4 I of SW'' ___ ___ 5 gn: 40 Empire ro. __. &..111flE' A S by lake Avi. the
of the Mrs.
20 Federal Land 1umher Town of pleasuie guests.
10 Bank 204
___ ( Lawtey Wentof
of ___ ________ 8 6 n 40 Empire 'n.__ 11.111
I''"'' 'I..aw J tio"fs __._*._ 7 7 20 ISO R. T. Stewart __n___.:._ 60.70 All BE'4 1 6 21 640 Empire Lumber Co.____ 83.11 nv -. -__. '. 23 B 22 Mrs :Enoch Orlffls ---- 111.47 J. E. Wilson and Mrs. K. W Parks
.r of 7. 8 ___ 7 7 20 47 Unknown -----_.____ 16 B26B91 N4AofEyofNW.ofNEV4 Wi, of : Town of1awt.y

|sy NE< ofJNWH!! A W H of !___ ___!___ 10< 6 21 4n: D. n.ddl __ __ 1.11Wry East of assisted Mrs. Strlngfellow In car- t
21-24-25-26 6 22 Louis II Hill ..._____ 1208 ,
I 1.0':1': n for the who Misses
: of of 8t N Ing guests were
.\W'I4 & SEH NWJ4 of NW'4 NE.'i -T- w'nf; Lawtey:

I n nhoiit' 1 A E of public 5 4..0' W.... ot Sw'4 ot I East of Hy __21-24-25-26 6 22: Gen, F. Young ________ 2422 Marian and Helen Dowling, Bet-
r..d. 6t SE\4\ of SWW4 es IJI.4&N6Aof E% of
I In !-E Cor __n.._. SI I 20 I U Mrs Alma Shaw __n__ Sv4' of NW% It 8L4 of I Com run at 8 NW 246 ft Cor, E:of 120 Lot ft,8 to& ty and Carolyn Green Grace Dew

I I A fW"In" 1'1': Cor_ of NE\% ofLctat I I 20 1 Unknown u________ 8.18 N8AofE4ofNWVofNEV __!_______ ______10 6 n 34 FrAnk Thoma ________ 1.63 a.K pt HO of ft. beg H .100, thence ft, W run 60 Jacqueline Andrews Juanila Barefoot -
ff, Blk"5"w"ard.pt.'i NJf, of RW' REv of Margaret Pearce Carolyn
| 4 ft. N 100 ft to pt of beg
__ I 1 20 ... H. B. Crosby> __________ 747 MW% &. SWI! of NW'4 &:
10' 1V"oT flWof SEt., of NWt..IO/ U 170 W. ('. Ward .____ 1966SIy ,' let, Lawtey 21-24-26-26 5 12B D. C. & :Mattle Reed_ .77 Keen, Sadie Prince, Rivers Hund

r. A. Blk 7 ..... of Bf<;t ___ 10 6 n 80 Sim Kelley _______ '..nN4r Lot 12, Town of Lawtey ley Edna BIgger., Jean Davis,
WI' 8 7 20 R. T. O teen _________._ 7.47 H- -- un ":act of Rv ___ 3 -24.2 -26 22 Mrs. K. R Harmon ____ '.31

1.1 cf 'nik Tf I "Wardllftis .. nr REST_ &. SW'.' .ofSWSt __10 8 21 I 2a Empire Lumber Co.____ 16.21 Lot 1. Rub IMv of Lot 18, Olive Dell Marian/ Graham Mar-
.. .
:: ___ __ .___ 8 7 20 M. P. MathenyMr -_____ 1.90 Town of Lawtey EaHtof
8 21 60 Mrc lye Rude a and Melba ,
7. 8 of Bk] 13 Ward Sur of SW"--------- It Tty 24-24-35-26: 6 23 W..J Barber ______.__ 411 garet Ingfellow.
NE1nf 2.14
I city ____ _________ 8 7 20 .-.. Mary: Hobbs ______ 878 E'fJ.ot i REV _.It fI 21 211 Alex t. Jlarnn nOon Lot 16, Town of Lawtey
T. ._.._____ 688 NW'4 of HW\4\ ___ __ 12 6 21 40 Alex I. lIarn" ._ ___ 4.02
R. Oeteen _
llx>t t of Blk 18 Ward City.8u 7 East of Ry ...Z3342B28Lot 6 22 Olyily Green ____... ..n
919 -
40 Lydia Ty"on of the WomBD'aClub
NE v4 of S1-\\ .__ ____._13 8 21 nu The membeia
| .t* 1.. 2,lcil! 12, .13_of. ._Blk_._ 8 'I 20 M. O. Harrell _________ 4.78 Hot SW'\ of N"'I!. _.14 8 21 20 1..1'' ("r..by __ ______ I.U 17, 18 Town of Law-
Id Lumber C'o..___ 83.1t Icy E of Ry 23-24-25-26 6 23B J. L. Harrell __________ I 88 with their families enjoyed a
___ __ 640 Empire
Lou 6. 4. 7, K, 9 of Blk 11 All ______ _____ IS 6 n Lot 21 Town of Lawtey
WArd ,Pity ._________ I 'I 20 J. P. Roberts __________ 20 tit All that portion of NWarEtI East of II v ._. .224. 5-29 22 J. I* Harrell _________ 1902) picnic supper at Kingsley Lake

U'. 6. G. 7. 8 or Blk :0 of ; ;: IYIns North o! 35 L. 1'>. Vinina __ __ 1297NWV4 Lot 24 Town of Lawtey Tuesday evening.
Ward rlty| -_ ._Ward I 'I 20 H. P. Oalney ._______. ..78 of "E'4 y 26 -___-22 23 fI II 21 21 40 P his MrRa" _. ____m_u 402 Fast of Ry _.23-24-25-26 B 23 M J. Bell ___________ 133 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner haveas
i-or 12 of Elk 22 -::: 90 Lumber Co.u__ 10.79 Lot 26 A & a strip off W
City ____ _,,__ 8 7 20 w... Mrs Laura E. Baiter.- 190the Soy ot SW'4 ___ : __ 8 21 Empire III" of Lot 26, Town of their guest Mr*. J. W. Dyke

h 1I.rll.d F.'. of following of property NW"/01\\1'4/ of of NWtj NVIi'.&: :N'fo _of_ 23 8 21 r.o H M. MeRu __._____ 482W4 i Lawtey Uy _East' 23-24-25-26 of 6 28 M. J. Bell _______n_ ___ 4 BO who la en route to her home In

'nm piece bB! Cor ....tm'g at REv Ie W ye of Lot 21 Town of LawteyKu.t Tampa from Washington, D. C.
: S W nl H fc run W NEtj of SEt, .- __ __ _23 6 21 90 F..l..r..1 land Bank u 3627 of Ry 23242526X'4 6 22B W. F. Moor ..________ 1030 Miss Putnam of Birmingham
Lot" 1.. 8. 9. 10. 11 But 21 of Lot 33 Town of Margaret
Boundary. N of SO vlard to City 8 I "ro"bY Lake Shores _2.-2& 8 2J nknown ___ ____n_ 1.04 LawIcy Rapt of Emma P. Hill _u___ __ :211 Ala. Is visiting her cousin -

Lot la of BIk 21, Croaby Kv ___ _. 2D-24-2B-26 22
thrnre. E along saidhiwndnry Lake Rhorea 24-28 II 21 T. M. "t..phone __ ._____ J 40 Lot 37 Town of LawteyF.'act Roberta Whltfleld.
-- --
80 vil. to 15*hag yde, thenceS ..... 8 t 20 H 4 Q B. Colson _________ 627:! Wry of NR'4 __ __ ._ 27 6 21 90 Empire I.umb..r Co.____ 10,78NW. of Ry 23.3/-25.26 B 22 Jo* Cooper _._______-_. 390 Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin and

"cm st S\V Cor of SEM! ofSWN4 of SE'4. __&__NEV: __ofSWV 29 8 21 12/1/ J. A. J McKlnn.y12 ASNW4 Lot 46 Town of Lawtey sons, Garland and JImmie Brown,
& fti) 23 -- -- Eat of 2.I-IM-26-26\ 5 22 J W. Robinson ___ ___ 467
E : -
.0 Unknown ______.. 7.64Iot. 00
of ___________83 6 21 .n.
\ and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace
vde, .V SO yd* to S Boun- SW1 LotB Town of l.awt..yEBRt
.. if Ward 1. 3 10, ampson of 23-24-25-26 6 23 J. W. Robinson ... 888
i City Rv
iry City / T 21 -.1. A. J McKinney ____ 6.72Eu uoo made a trip to south Florida dur-
-- ------ Town
thence W Mid boun- Lot 49 l of
dory IStl :2-3!on yds. thence ot RE" __ ____ _-___ 8 7 21 60 Berry ryal ---------- 11.15 Rat: of Rv 21-24-25-26:l.awtey 6 22 Fannie Robinson ____.. 231 ing the week. Mr*. Wallace visit- f

H SO yd* to beg_______ 8 7 20 II J. P. Roberts _________ 3.B9 NW" of HE14 W'i ofNEV Lot 2, Ott. Sub' DIY East ed her sister In Ft. Worth and the

| F.'l: of NE'i & :NEH of ;: : BEN. _&'-----2 Sts of 7 2J p o Frd.ral Land Bank __ 2940 Lawtey __ ____.____. Florence Bell. \ _____ B44
Nub, others visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
?EH: et Ry right of 8WVof If 7 21 40 Hnrr h Porter ______ 891 Lot 7. flits VIY HaitLawtev
WHY -_...._.9M 7 10 ''H David Coleman ________ 1871 Slay of NWW4 RWL4NEV. -::::: 7 2J to W. M. Parker -_______ 891RI'vr -_-._... __ Fannie Darner h ____. 310 Granger at Belle Glade.
'EL4 "r _.___ 1 7 to 40 B Croi-by ____ 717 Lnt A otta Sub Dlv EastLawtey
'WI. L.
--- u of- :NEv4 &
vN4 of NEI. ___________ t 1 10 SO Empire Lumber Co.____ 13 30 : of SEf1/i;;!\ : 11I 7 21 100 Unknown< ___ _______- J3 nNI'4 I -- -- --_-. Unknown ? 310 Mrs. L. Keene and Mrs. Ryan of
| of .'K> 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13.30 nf N"4 _- .---..n_-.17 7 21 .0 Berry 03.01' ________u r1\ NH! of NW of $EI4&r SH Jacksonville spent Thursday with
David Durban _
..: f NEl & SEVi"of10 I of NWH of IOE', .. 24 B 22 40 Uh? 1640

\W'i u 4 ___ ______10 7 20 120 P. A. Crotby ____n____ 34.48 Way 10 1. WW1 of 'N\J.r.W._-&_- E 20 7 21 50 Unknown ___ ___m__ 13.67 '; E'0 NE'of. HWH. of. _8WH_.. of 24 5 22 B Young A Chandler ____ 780 their sister Mrs. W. J. Over-street.

NF.y' of N W'. WI%{ of7t1 All SE'4: of !''IE\. W ot Ry BH of BWH: of NEH ._. 24 II 22 20 A. P. & Eleanor. Schnell 676 Tony Keene who had been lulling y
ex Ry right 01 A & Et4 of SW4 of NWH of SW of 6 22 10 lieu F. Young 437 the Overstreet family returned l
way _. __ 10 7 20 J08 David Coleman. ___h__ 26.76'W,4 8J & NEV:: of SF.4! exBy I 4 NEH24 ?---- t
SH of NEH of SEH &: UEHof
of &NWSt with his mother. Lee
| JW'4 cf right of way & 1 Ain SEH __ ._ -24 B 22 '0 M. E. A J. D. Randall.. 2422B home Mary
I __________ 22.25 -
W4 ft EVj. of BWH __13 7 20 160 M L Hough of
of sEt.
Ell' of NE'4' of SEH ____14 7 20 2(1( :Mrs.: Leila J. Hough.___ 8.48 NE Car 20 7 21 qA T. C'. mlth< __________ .08W' NH: of NEWT, & N'.' of 8'yof Overstreet also went home with '
MW 4 __ _________ ...12SF.Io. NEH 25 22 120 M 1'';. & J. D. Ran.all.. 4769B
le ofSEH. IB 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ 13 30 ol -------.L- r-:21:: : 1 7 21 20 Unknown n -- them to upend several weeks with
!, 23 10 Willie strong 431
SE\: .fBR'.exS100A& \V" 21 40 1-10" It Porter ___ ___ '..91nt NWlnfNEt.ofRW.25
7 21 n i
| __ ____ ..15 nf N' ( _. HEH Of SWH of 8W'' .. 25NWH 6 22 10 C. 1. & M. :iHngfelOer._ & 83NW' her aunts 'I\ T
.SW', of I"E'. ..* .15 7 20 70 J. W. PadgettO. u N': IF.1 lace 3 A In SE of of BWH &

IE 14 \ of SEH ot SEy. llor of NV' of SEv of SWH SJI.of: SWH-.25 B 22 20 Richard Smith ________ 147 Mr*. E. J. Yarborough and children -
I l te ,_________ 396
n N 6 A-8 A ________16 7 10 I C. Kelley Alco corn 87 yNW E of E* of Nt of HEH of William and Mary Lou visited
I"1* of SW'. less. 1 A cor of SEJ,4 vf BE'4 &. NWH A SKH of SEH of 1

of Dv -_____ _________17 7 20 If V. W. Hamilton ______ 24.OS run W 2U yd., S 118ydH NWH: 25 6 21 2BB Ellen Tldale. .______ __ 1200 Mr. George Jackson in High
IEof K\\i4 of NWH ____17 T 90 10 E. C. Long _-__..___ 7.17 thence a little 8 of 8>'. of N-----------!{ Spring/ during the past week.
I NJ4!: .0.SWH NE"U 7 10 If O. C. Kelley ...-__.___ 608 E 2U yd" thence N 144yda SEH' - --__ 26 22 10 Arthur **>. ... --______ 3.90
''VVE''* __..- -__--_:: 7 10 40 Empire Lumber Co..___ 688 to beg8 A ex 300 8 2 H II W ________ 13 81 W 8 A of SWH of SWH of Miss Lorene Solomon of Head
Eh of & Eta of ft right I of way road 13.24 7 2J 1I".i.n. NEvi, .-- 28 II 22 8 !M J Bell _____u______ (.U land, Ala. la the guest of her uncle -
Wof N Vt. or BWye23 T to :011 Empire Lumber Co..___ 8288 III A In F:". Cur "f "E14P IO''j of SEH of NWH26 Ii 23 20 John A. Andrews ____ B 17
S Fi: __ 1. 7 10 to Unknown ___.n__..__ 8.20 SEV4 8 of public 21 10 1-1 n W.yglns ________ 5.21 SWH of SWH of NWH 26 6 22 10 Quigley A bawls ___ n 6.98 and aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
I 7
torn lit VK for"of"Seo"24. lit ,I WNy-of24 Corn at 8W Cor of 8WH of Jordan.
ruoI\' en Sec line 80 I A .qd.Itt 9E Cor of HEH' & run F3 on Sea! line
Chas K 20 chns, B 10 'IW' V4 of SE'4 Bounded 418 ft to a pt of beg .

thn to See Hn4. S 20 FJ by State road 13 S 3 R. S. Wa.dln ___J____ 289RV thence N 6AO ft. E 198 ft
thus to beg ....._.____14 1 20 200 Bank of Stark _____. 27.48 ofrSEV6of_ __.__6624 'J1 S' 660 ft, W 198 ft to best SUNNY BROOK FARMMr

INEI/NEy',; &nf, EI SWH, of A NW Nib- of 4 i. A In Ny ot NE'NW!deeded& SEWN----oI-RWV-of26 6 23 13 Federal Land Bank___ 10.0T O. E. Crosby, Correapon4lt

kBl4: & SEH of 8EU- by Will. Jose.. ex 18.21 100 ft 7 21a 73 C. 1- Richard. -------- 29.11 NH of SEH\ of SWH E 1' t

'00 ". alno beg. 60 chns right of way road 25 7 21 20 1.1'nJlno" u_________ 817 of Rv _- ., .26 6 22 10 Federal Land Bank __.. 4 47 Mlm Nona Brown spent last
R'of. =E Cor of gee IB A 313 A of NW'4 of of- SWH: of --'. "f NEH -37 I 22 10 J t'. iTevatt ,_________ 4 87 4
tin H'nn See' line 40 The North If In SH' of KEH: of SEH- of EH weekend with friend In Plant ,
of RE'. "
hop, .N 20 chns, E 40 NW'4 A WH o> 'H104'HfSSWV437
''nix, s 2fJ rhns to beg- NE ( or & cx 100 ft right 25 1 21irt. ::18 Mr.. AU,. Jackson ___ 907nt HH o' City.Little
10 A A |IN" beg at apt 60 way road 13 ___ SE'i of $ I tt (I E. E. Burnay _._ n 1080 Sherman Crosby Is spend
W 1, a, 3, 4 or Frac) H8 Bank of IElark. ______ 31.16 Wood-
,fn rf XK for of Sec 26 1 21 8'8 UI In ing 1& while with her grandparent -
;" 6 run s 1B3 ft. W Bee. .? of NEV4ieee lawn _-. 29 6 22 10 Wesley Crews ____ 1 82
:j3 ft, N 1539 ft. El 2i4 ft N 26 1 tfI 6E'4 :_. 29 7 11 24 W. MtErer! -_________ 6.03 Lots 87. 45 & WH of 63 AEH Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns at
t opt of IK ___-______..25 7 10 481 Unknown ___________ 9813 I in Cnr ofNE44ofNE44'WofRy& of Lot 44 In Wood- New River.
flat. or SW'. S\4\ at I 1-10 A In N'\V lawn .... ____._. -...31 S tt ?. H. J. Thomas .-________ 442 ,(
___--3$ 4 It 110.1. Q. Rosier ________ '..05N' : : Lot 65, S6 67, 58 1 In Wood- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dunkley,
xSeEo4f Ofr Nif 2SoWf3wU,______ 1 I n 40 J. W Rosier __________ I... 6 fANn::,. _E-Cor of NW_489 7 2J 5 1. C Smith ___________ I.U lawn ._:.6 40 Mrs Maud WalnwrlgM BO Mr. and Mm. Cordova and children,
..W'.ot. sw.. lit all -NW'4 of T.ot I. 2 Wondlawn .. 82 6 20 Wesley Crews __ ___, 224
: Com on S line of EH of SWH of SEH AHH Corine and Billy Strickland of

b------f23 ( It 35 W. H. Walnwrl l>t 1387 NEt4 rlllhl: on of way W" line&: run of Rv W !: of SEH of RICH: ei IIM Jacksonville Mr*. Amanda Silcox, ,'
Or..half 1 A In SEH of 8EH Of
In Undivided' Int..r1 420 Ct. N 110 ft. E to W .SFP.. W of Ry _._84 I J9 I'nknown -_____ .______ 91T Miss Beulah Edwards of Starke
SIy. of SW I,. e. line of Ry right ot wa.aid RW'. of SWH' "f SE'i 35 6 HI Oeo ('nl.m..n ____ __ 134 and Mr. aDd Mrs. RuaHcll Norman
.q acre In NW Cor e. w thence 8 alone ____
(4(0 2 2n.: S. Wudln ___ UOWr.U WS (.f 1'1of\ NW'J Of
rr.det that. portion N ot right of way to ..g_ 29 7 J NWH _._ .. .84SH 6 21 11 C. I & M. Dlngfelder __ 1.B7 and Mr. and Mr. F. M. Norman

'W cOllnty from Stale road Farm runnln" urchNW'A' ex 1 A for IO 7 u n Mra. D. .1. Eyed ______ 6. Of NW'i of NEH' ____ 3 6 22 19 O. T. Nelson. __________ 187 Jr., and children of Vanderbilt attended

A.IE',road' & ,",W''t ot SE'4.25 6 21 US Mrs Maud Walnwrlght 11.61 Lola 1. S. or Friel NE14 SEH' of Right NWH of ex N 800.. _.ftAex 3 6 12 34 n. II Russell ____ _-. 1820 church at Corinth Sunday

r \:v nfNWVof(,f public road\ Lot 8 Ie or BE-Fracl' NElwotNW'4 ____ n.n SE'i. of NWy wafy\4 ofSWL4 .0 A. J. __ and were dinner guests of Mr. and
7 2: 740<< l1anll cf Burke ___ of NEH ... 4 4 22 Bryan ___ _. 70
Awto !lrt lor 'H' of NI4!! of NF.less. ofA WvSW Cor.1 21 40 Emma Jlfu"hl"nhardt __ 1&.89 NI"'. of NFH __ 7 8 11 40 Adam Oren '_h.____ 4.03 tin. W. T. Crosby, the occasion be-
8of 7
.1It 1 A In BBf! Cor ___ b 40 C. J. .
of NEH ___ 7 6 11 Qulna ____ 10 73
On. 1"1:Kt :'owy _____28 I 21 :21 T. L. Monk ..__________ 8.43r NWW f"NN'; .of&BWVa6 7 21 200 Dan1l of "I.rke ______ ".84 WH PEH of :NWH of- NWH8- 6 23 JOWH Adam Green -_______u- 144 ing Ml** Beulah Edwards' birth-

IIW\, -_. __SW_--.6% 11 1 Frank Morgan _______ :140 :of t4 E4! NWV & of WH of NWU cfVWH J... lay. She was sixty-eight year of
-E' -" 18.37 S f NY.tU U 40 61r.. :N. T Retch --_____ 70.1W'y / 10 6 22 10 J. Bailey ..__h _- 1.10
4 -
'EI' of I
.fn :oW; 5 N .E's y4 of NWl. Of HEH' I 60 J. A Ch"'kl.y' A Bro.._ 14.91 a dinner guest.
'EL -' ________26 I 21 120 Frank Morgan ------- n.' Ely of W'4 I of SW'i' atf2 U 10) Elliott Knight ________ 8.10W '' of HWH A WoR)1'4
t'f NWL' of lit 10 E ty 6 fiG J. A. Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Kelly of
A 8E" of SH H _. _._ ..12 6 22 Chalkley A lire. 17.76
pEt4:0fi N else. ot SW\4\ ot of of W'h of 9EW4 of1 2 15 22 ]1)) H. W. Haviland _______ 828'W W'4 f' of SWH of SWI' -. 11 22W 10 J. A. Conway ._ 4 00 Plant City are pending a while
Corn at :NE Cor Gt 1V -- .... \
-- -- Unknown of 8WH
::10 A of SEH
::13 "--""---
Mid __. Ii 22
40 & run S 600 f Lot In l Woodlawn & VEH of SWH A All Here with relative
'b.n" :So Weeterly to : NWy of Lot 7. 1 in Wood- t'nkt>o..n 467 W of roadNEH of
11 6 22 JO ----------- NWH of SE'i Rev. and Mr. C. A. Crosby
ISO It 8 ot NW CO" of lawn .. __ 13 6A U 6 22 73 Afacco Inc _.._ BO.96
oo.d h.n,.40. th.nc. N 180 ft, NWV4 oi' E'i1It': Lots 17U II fiO Bank cf, "Iarlle ______ 81.09 of "SWH IILl6! 6 22 4<> Mrs Alfe.Hugh.. __ 194 Brooker attended' church at Cor
E 1330 ft to t.U 6 It 20 Hellbron Mineral Water .31 11 In -iiu 15 22 3rt 'I' T. Blackburn _________990 SWH of SWL---------"' 16 6NK' 12 4ft Joanna E. Rogers _____ 11.79 lath Sunday and were' dinner
__._.__.___..__ P Ii,.
"t Co' All BE" of oollaNwn JO Unknown -____________ I.If of NE'.' E'f
411 W, W'1 ; -- ________ 6n: 40 C. 17 Carter 14.46 Lot 39 In "1 .----I. Ii 22 NWH nf NE'6 6 23 60 t'lr..n" Mitchell ...__. 2101 quests of Mrs. Beulab Kelly.

rOad k'an' In N SE'" N of Leta 1. 2. _7:_8_ In -Woodlawn :14 II U 40 :LavlO Jllckere _J_______ 11.10Lots 9 A In NEv4of NEH\ "Sec' 21 Mr. J. R. Kelly and baby and
Cor -
of land of M.
!EEI ,feNW'4 -1'1 II U 23 fry Reddish. __________ 819 16. 14. 32 !In Wood- I U 30L: >. 1R'rwt.J'' __________ 1,27N'4 I>. Hsgaman s by Center Mrs Cleveland Drigger of Starke
f J! ', 21 & 21 40 Mrs Maud Walnwrlght810 lawn I lens 100
NR's' ,f ;F;; ___.-...--.33 5 li 40 J A Holllngsworth .. 402S of Lot 46 In Wood- 6 F. A. FJ.ltrr _____--__ 8 88 ft P'I t'I"E"'l", (Ry'or. al o 20 were guests of Mrs. Kelly's parents -
!. f'f :'1:1o. ____ ______32 21 40 W. M Holllngsworth -- 4 02 lawn 1b II 22 A of Sec 16, 21 described Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Driggeraji /
'I =' 26, ,48 in dU 0 C. A. f'rlnl'l.' ________ f 87Lots followsKeg at
wi' of ',' awl : ? __ : 5 U + as : a.fA Lake Butler' Friday.G. .
'IWt\ Hai'es R Bowden 12.11 In center of Ry track
0jJ ;of : 6 u 20 A. ---------
13-In 18
4. Woodlawn" M. Bennett' spent the weekend -
\ ___: :11 5 22 10 MotUda Nelson -____ 457 ft to an Iron poet. in center
'f !iE'. S foal .E83 ,. Blanche Wain L of 55 In Wood'awn' Marvel a.u of Ry tracks near
of I 11 40 Br Wo"dlawn19 6 U :0 "'n. E.: Q. ----- with his on-ln-law and daugber 1
wrlgbtB _____u_______ ..11 Lots; 21. 27 In Tempi store A run. W
tEll 9E11Tv 1'f :NEy: & N 3S A of B.7B Loll: In 13. Woodlawn 20 &'N' o..'._Lot._ .U I U 25 W.1 tpd41.h ____m_ 167 14 r ulr 1820 ftthence : Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan -

: otr\EVE4! ""____34 11 SB H. H Keen --------- 8.80 Lot 6 In Woodlawn ______18 6 22 JO J CPringle ---____ 693S N degrees W of Tbere a.
I" _____ I 11 40 Frank Morgan ------ 660 ft, thenr E 14 di-
1n Npr EC14 ------- 34of Lot 19 &. all 80 N 1320 ft, -e Raymond Brown of Plant City 1 I.

"E"'w Mw C oo r tdl& NJD ofOf '& WI. o! _! __ la__ Wood-U 6 U 20 L. M. M"rrllaa _______ 6 41Stoyt Srees degrees B! 40 ft, rpcndtog some time with his mother -
lawn ----
ifwa. ... In- Woodlawn.1I- 8 jj8 ao W. C.: IIlan.7 __________ '.17 thence E: 14 degrees B to
tit Of of !Ioie center of Ry track Mr*. H. Brown here.
2f\i .. o : 22. 23 ... .11 26,
Of 440 fi &. \ n In Woodlawn __ ____18 5 2a 30 :no N Crawford ___u__ 719 thence 8 on Ry trade to .
NR'ysW A WIde
oWlj beg ea. on
e1 yVWjW k E Lot. S/ n lit EY.t ef 19 .. .. deeded to R. D. A man of ISO: pound can exert
ot SW% N% of fI, 44 E34 ot 11Inn'Woodl..n 4 22 !A Unknown __...
$31. N It _.________11 1 12 41 NT" r. a Haney ___ '.11 Coleman Continued 14-31 Page 1I.rll'ne-elgbth'[ boraepower.FD4S. .
.zBN Six
b. H. Tl1ompeo '.U on
h. 16 WoodlaWDU I aa a. ------
_. ______ H.44 Lots 62. II IA
_-____ ____.86 6 11 118 Prank Morgan

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The .
;t, :Mrs. Duke Honored I Duke-Andrews Marriage I -- IIAMPTON vernal equinox will

I At Bridge Party ''A Beautiful Home Event FAVORITE III.. Ada Ylr... C.rr......... back one day in 3323 years undo
our present.day SI'IIIl1lf.tnent,: el
oc/etK Honoring> ;lira. Glen Duke, a recent Miss Leila Dca Andrew and Mis Janette Taylor has returned the calendar.
bride Mra. E. J.. ..Matthewswas Glen Patti>1ake were :married Sunday RECIPES to her home at Jacksonville! after

M tl ,tL:1' : / hostess at a brld.H\ party at veiling at six o'clock at the I I -- a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. -
the Matthews' cottage on Kingsley home of the bride's patents. :Mr. Brannen and family HAW1CE

p 1 { r r1 r1i' Lake last Saturday afternoon and :Mra. J. W Andrews, In the If you want something differentfor Mrs. J. P. Summery. : has recently -

W. :M. S. Circles To Meet" Mr. and Mr."u Duke Honored Three bridge tables were. placedon presence of the ,4mmediahe .family, your meat Delightful Buffet SupperMr. the wide :porch of the home; and a few :Intimate friends. 'The I recipe for salmon loaf that Mrs. !ol. I II Chapman of Gainesville.W. .
Both circles of the Woman's which was decorated :with ,gladioliand impressive ring ceremony. was performed F. Brown sent" to the Telegraph It B. Hicks who has been 111 for CREAM
# Missionary Society of the Methodist and Mra. H. C. Brown. and Rev. Fred. Yerkes, .'I
q greenery.At by the 'Is very easy to make and It's no several weeks is In a hospital in
t Church. will meet Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. T. K. AloClane, Jr the end .of the progressionsMrs. rector of St. Marks' EpMfOpal, I I good. :Mrs.. Brown said that a white Plant City. He has a host of i :". --

rr at three-thirty o'cluck, at were Joint hosts Saturday:: night.at J. Frank Carpenter. .holder Church. sauce with hard boiled eggs chop- friends here who are glad to know ::Swhenever --

t i the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. a delightful buffet supper, at Klng of high score received a summer. The ixapnovtoed ,altar was In ped up In it makes the loaf more that his condition: la much improved. ., r
i } Middleton. Hostesses: Mrs. Mld- sley Lake, when they entertainedin bag. Mrs. Duke, the honoree was front of the living room fireplace, ':tasty. Jr_

I Ulrton. Mrs. J. W White and blra.q honor of Mr. and Airs. Glen presented. a pair t f pillow canes< a which was banked with greenery One large can of salmon ,--
W. A Bessant. Jr. I Duke, who were married Sunday gift from the bastes*. vines and pink dahlias. On each Six: or eight soda, crackersOnehalf A Family Reunion

ql A special offering Is .requested, afternoon at six o'clock.' Mrs. Matthews .attainted by :her end of the xnantlepk-oe there were of an'onion the size of There will be a reunion of the --;.

I f ; I t as money Is needed to pay for improvements Daisies, petunias and tbcr sea- sinter, Miss Madge Middleton, serv- pink candles In silver candelabra, an egg family of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. --
ir 1 xonaJ cut flowers. were placed to and large baskets of dahlias alws
f s at the paraonagk e. ed her guests an ice course with One egg whole Daugherty in August consisting: of
advantage in the living room where cuke. A color scheme iof blue, yellow stood oil the floor on each side of One-half cup hot water or milk their three sons, their wives and +
the guests gathered. the fireplace.The Cracker crumbs for of loaf. Y
top children.
' and white was carried out in
J I F Sub Debs Entertain: I Refreshments of chicken salad, the refreshment course. nuptial music wan played by Bone and flake the salmon: Rev. A Paul Daugherty, pastorof

.I'oew MembersThe sandwiches, saltines, nuts, miDis, bridge with the honoree Mrs. H. C. Brown slater of the I crumble crackers. and mince on- the Greenville Avenue Christian I I you,

Sub Deb club held a swimming and Iced tea were served the guests Playing Mrs. H. C. Brown. Misses I bride, who used for her first: selec- Ion fine. Mix with other Ingred- Church of Dallas, Texas, Is scheduled -

,} I't party. at Kingsley Lake Saturday upon arrival. Ruth were: Sternberg/{:, Lucile Mitchell, tion "Because" t I>'Hardltit] /., The lento and bake in a moderate oven to arrive with his family to- wantiffSERVEL
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin heralded until loaf I. brown.
the honorees
afternoon at the cottage of The hosts presented and and
Evelyn Stump
the approach of the bride and day.Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, with a blur and chromium ice their house guest Miss Clara. -- J. C. Daugherty, pastor of
Misses Dot Bishop and Miriam bowl as a memento of this t'ha..m-I. Langford of Key West :Miss Mig- groom, who were unattended. and Surprise Birthday Dinner the First Christian Church, Na-
they were met at the altar by the
f k 1 1 Guy as hostesses. Ing party. I. non Sisson of Brooker, Mrs. H- M. bride's father. Mr. J. W Andrews, I I The children and grandchildren I IlUrs. ccgdoches. Texas and Rev. Wm. D

y'' ti s I After swimming and water Invited to be with the honor Richard. of Raiford.. Mrs. C. W. I who gave her In marriage... During of Myrla Kite gave her a surprise .- Daugherty, pastor of the First
: ;I + S A j games tefreshments of Iced tea guests were. : Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Beasley of Gainesville, Mrs. J. B.Boring the Mrs Brown softly dinner party last Friday, Christian Church of Mayfield Ky
{ Tflt' sandwiches and cookies were served. Johns Jr., Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. Matthews and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter played ceremony an appropriate selectionand which was her seventy-second ire both scheduled to arrive.. with
Mrs. H. A. Durden. Mrs ) both of Jacksonville.Tea their families Wednesday.
birthday Mm. Kite
it a as a recessional Mendetssohn'sWedding anniversary. received -
The social was held especially to Glen Wood, Misses Rosalind and guests were: Mrs. H. A. March. I a variety of useful and pretty The Rev. Travis, pastor of the

introduce. nine new members into Miriam Jacobs, Miss Beverly Cady, Durden, Mrs. T K. McClane Jr., Mrs. Duke's wedding dress wasa gifts and greatly enjoyed the local Christian Church Is planninga

the club. They were. Misses Wllltt Mills Ruth Sternberg. Mr. and Mrs and her guest Miss Ella Fay Price navy blue suit of triple-sheer silk I presence of her two daughters Mrs. homecoming. the church and

k s I Vida Killingsworth Juanita Barefoot J. R. Boring Jacksonville; M.... andMrs. of Gainesville and Miss Madge crepe, with which she wore. match- Maggie Anders and Mrs. Ruby Mc- Its former pastors for the second

.44 Helen and Marian Dowling, Hugh F. Edge, Miss Ella Fay Middleton. ing accessories and her. corsagewas Kinney eleven grandchildren and Sunday In. August.
i4 ''' ye.+IZ Jean Davis, Grace Green. Harriet. of white rosebuds and lilies of nine great-grandchildren, also a Father ana Prince, and Carlyle Ritch, Gaines-
:Mrs. Wilson Hostess few
Benson, Hazel Moore and Betty the valley. friends. to Hampton from Tennessee -
tiII .,j. Green. Old] members. who were ville; Mis. J. Frank Carpenter. At Luncheon For BrideMrs. Following the marriage an informal in November, 1894, and made l

Miriam Guy, Margaret and Edna I Brooker; and Richard. Thede L son'l hostess Friday at,one o'clock : dining room the long table was The three. circles of the Baptist years. I ELECTRON
covered with a handsome lace cloth __
jfl 1 6 t Pearce. tey. at her. summer home on Klngsley i and centered W. M. U. will meet next Monday GUM BRANCH
by a three tiered wed-
UJ i 7if Lake when she entertained !honor afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. RUNS ON KEROSENE e '
ding cake which was surmountedby Mlt" Elizabeth Karimge. Cor. ( :, )
AS NEAR TO YOU of Mrs. Glen Duke who priorto Circle. Number One Mrs.. L. G.
if a bride and groom. .
FLOWERS her marriage Sunday was Miss Powell leader, will meet at the Presses deuerc.-rubrtSave
+ Coral vine and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs Jr.,
pink candles In silver -
AS YOUR TELEPHONE Leila Dea Andrews.A home of Mrs. E. C. Priest. and children and Marvin Smithall Pratettt foal perfror"y
holders also
added to the beau-
_& FOR ALL OCCASIONS: Call 123-3 I three course luncheon. was ty of the table. Fruit punch and Circle Number Two, Mrs. J. M. of Lake City were. the guests *.1<<7>.and toorkOp
served In the dining room from a Brownlee leader of J. A. and .raU.for f-rent
'i 9 wedding cake were served. will meet at the Harnage family Sun- ailay
long table which was laid with a No
ALL ORDERS FILLED home of Mrs. Charlie Powell with daily Glkll'wn-'lio train
I { handsome hand-made luncheon set Mrs. Duke la the third daughter day.Mr. .
I ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY : Mrs. W. N. Johnson as co-hostess. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended! mtaehinery to seen
and centered with a low bowl con- of J. W. Andrews. She was gradu-
I The Young Matron's Circle : church at Rock and Sun-
Mrs. Saturday
taining dainty pink rain lilies and ated from the B. H. S. In the class NOW :you can live mile from the
B. M. Fussell
MRS. maidenhair fern. candle of 1930 and when In school major. will meet nuuns and power" haws yn
L. G. POWELL Starke Crystal
I with Mrs. E. W. Mrs. P. D. Reddish and still the
V holders with ed in athletics. She has also taken Hayes, Sr. at her baby enjoy pleuures and savings. IIr
burning pink tapers
Klngsley Lake cottage.GRAHAM. were the guests of Mr.. and Mrs. modern city refrigeration' ) :Scrvi-J
y yr balanced the central arrangement. pact In numbers! of civic programs -----.- Felix Sapp Tuesday Electrolux, the Kerosene.t.1nl"ratnr,
Monogrammed place cards In featuring popular songs. "wuyt the
Mr. and Mrs. B.
M McRae and
gold marked the places for the For the past two years. Mrs. Duke famous Gu Refrigerator
Mr. I.. children of Pine Level section were which h..
and favors of baskets has been employed by the WPA C..rttb Curr <.enae.e the choice

KOZY KORNER RESTAURANT with guests blue ships containing pink mintswere and for the past year was In Orlando .- Mrs Percy. Jones and daughter, I the guests family Sunday.of Mr. J. A. Harnageand of for DIM hundred.city homes of thou ands @

t. found at each guest's place. and Ocala. :Mrs.: Corriqne Moore, of Tampa are Mr and Mrs.. Purvis Green. of
Mrs. Duke was given a silver Outoftownguests were: Mr.and .. visiting for'several days at the Hellbronn section
!/ IN making new friend dally, and beyond a doubt becoming one teapot, a gift from. the hostess, as Mrs. A. J. Duke, Mr, and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones.Mr. of her were the guests MA/I TH/S COI/POM
of the most parents Mr. and Mrs.
) popular spots" In town. Day and night, twenty-four D. I.
{' + Y s hours jou can dine and dance enjoying our courteous lien Ice. a remembrance of this charming Hugh F. Edge Gainesville; Mr.and .. .. and Mrs.. C. J. Frazier and Knight Sunday.

{ party. Mrs. J. R. Boring, Mrs. J. sons, Charlie and Bobby of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and
it ., I Tot PROBABLY CANT: AFFORD A COSTLY HOME: AT A Invited to be with the honoree Frank Carpenter Jacksonville; III., are at the home of her Mrs. Louise Denmark. of Jackson- SISTRUNK'SBRADFORD
+ ,a' SOUTHERN SUMMER: RESORT BUT ENJOY OUR; SIZZLING and 1Irs.VlIson were: :Mrs. J. W.Andrews Mr. and Mrs. George. Roberts and parents, Mr. and Mrs.. L. C. Smith. ville were friends
visiting and rel-
+ STEAKS, AND OTHER GOOD EATS AND DRINKS. Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs. daughter Patsy, Lawtey; and Miss Quite a few from this section at. atives here Sunday. COUNTY" DEALER

'. Edward Burns, Mrs. T. K. McClane, MIgnon Sisson, Brooker, tended church. at Rock last Sun- Miss Myrtle Dobbs of Ralford. STARKE FLA.

Jr., Mrs,, J. M. Brownlee Mrs.. J. R. Mr. Duke Is the son of Mr. andM..s. day. was visiting Misses Annie Mae and '.c-l-a tftttmmi m*.wteknri obBM "-' i
; "KOZY KORNEOESTAURANT Boring, Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter A. J. Duke otGainesville. He Services In the Baptist Church Leila Harnage. Sunday. I tra...-. *lotmMfeB.bout saw
both of Jacksonville was well attended both aJsai..the X e .arry.awe. I
and Mrs. S. T. graduated from the Gaines- were morningand Miss Hazel Sapp is spending this
l Dell otGainesville.. ville high school and for several evening on Sunday.In week: at Jacksonville with Mr. and I N-- 1 1i
SIRS. ALI'E ANDERSON, Manager/ -. years past has been employed by a the absence of the regular Mrs. A. J. Williams. :
o g'r q "UHERE FRIENDS ALL :MEET TO DANCE AND EAT" The planet Saturn Is lighter wholesale grocery'. company at Miami pastor. Rev. L. G. Hemingway the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp spentthe ,sea w"P.D

A than water. Beach. pulpit was filled by Mr. Edgar week-end with her parents, I I
I After the reception the happy Sparks of Starke. Mr. Sparks is Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown, of T.- s.- I
I young couple left for Daytona; well remembered here. by manyfriends. Sampson City, I.--____--.i:
t Beach, and later they will go to I
0 R77c ".. S Cans Standard Pack ,_._ _._,_._.._ _._._ ...
: : fF Miami Beach where they will make Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Groves. and -- --------- :
N GREEN'SSTORE their little
$ borne.P.rkleFJect daughter, Shirley also Mr.

TOMATOES can 6c and Mrs.. Gay all of Daytona, RICH BRICK COMPANY ;
24-Lh* I J on01 ell were visiting relatives here Sun- j
r day :Mrs.: Groves was accompanied -
Mrs. Jerry Moore entertained for home by her sister, Miss Alta MANUFACTURERS 1

"1 I BEST Grain' Blue Rose -* her sister, Miss June Whitfield, Smith.
popular bride-elect of Baldwin, ata Mr. and Mrs. David Durbin and
\ CASH & :1Ri 22 lovely Informal. party and linen children, Gracie Lee and Evarts, COMMON BUILDING BRICK \

LARD 2 lbs 25c 5 Ibs. shower Monday night at her home. of Jacksonville, spent Monday with (RED CLAY) 4
STARKE, Summer flowers, effectively arranged Mrs. Durbln's mother, Mrs. Millie
in bowls and vases, made Fogg. RUSSELL FLORIDA
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY the home more. attractive for this Mrs. Rufus Johnston and children I

FEEDS GET OUR LOW RICE BEFORE BUYINGWe delightful occasion. A color visited the S. L. Prescotts of (NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS) I
scheme of and
pink green was carried the Ziff section Sunday. ________________._._--(0
out In the decorations and re Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns of
Wish To Announce The Installation of Our New freshment course. alncsvllle were visiting relatives

NOTICE, Grist-mill, Which Will Be In Operation Saturday. Many novel games and contests here over the weekend.Mr. .

Bring Your Corn In To Us So That We May Have The PleasureOf were awarded played to Mrs.and Wesley prizes Andrews were. business. and visitors Mrs George In Gainesville Rivers. were last NEW

You. I Mrs. Claude Prevatt Mrs Paul : Friday. IDEA
Serv ..; and Mrs. Charlie.
Raymond McKin- in
.. .- F -- 'ti, '. ; Refrigeration
PET OR CJRNATJOS'io. ---- uorN'D ,-' ney.Those DOUBLE RUN SAVES

MILK 3 tall cans 20c STEAK. Lb. 20criircK the hostess enjoying and honoree the party were: Mesdames with- Sirs.: W A. Tyler, Cor. woR

Ira Wilson A. R. Moore, Mr. and Mr-w-"M.: : Norman of SAV.A.SttPand GENT

ROAST OR Hubert. Priest, Orie Wiggins. Wesley Rising were visiting her brother .
', MERITA OR mfmm+mmBREAD Andrews, R. R. Prevatt, Charlie ,
end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.
: j" 3 Loaves 25c STEAK, Pound __ ___ l2Y2c McKinney, J. S. Denmark. Paul A. Tyler and children Sunday aft- fRONT ORE
Raymond, Claude Prevatt, Lacy ernoon.O. SHELF SPACE
BOLOGNA Conway, R. B. Alvarez. and Misses T. Nelson of Saxton was vis- '

ONIONS 3 Lb. lOc SAUSAGE Lb. 121hcQl"ltT Amy :Moore, and Frances Heming Itlng friends In this section Thurs-
way.Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son
Moore was assisted in servo Arthur, of Saxton were visiting in
JAR RELISH or ing by :Mrs.: Raymond. this section Sunday.
1 BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c ..
-- Enoch Anderson of this section
c SALAD DRESSING 20c :MISSION HALLA spent the past week. 'nd at Lake

_ REST'IIITEXO SALT good hard. rain right at the Butler visiting his parents. /
hour of service did not hinder the Elbert of Saxton
Tyler VisIting
25c BACON Lb 1 19c folks of the Bible class attending In this section recently.Mr. .

l PEANUT BUTTER for they enthusiastically climbed! and M..s.V.. R. Conner and
the stairs to the upper room, as usual children attended church at Pine
GROUND DAiLYPOItI and heard the of the ; e
PRINCE ALBERT l lOc message Level Sunday :
COFFEE Lb.? 121DRIED / can evening. The subject announced!, J! :
"What Is It" was satisfactorily answered WOODLAWN
from the Bible and provedto
RIB BEEFSTEW Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough, Cor.
be "the bread of life" Lb. lOc God) and must be partaken of
The people of this section are
LIMA BEANS Lb. 7c daily in order that spiritual lives sorry to report that Mrs. E. E.
? be fed; as did the children. of Israel .
Yarbrough is sick.
-_- MUSTARD Ots. lOc partake. of manna each dayas Rethea Bradley of Starke is visIting Pay On Easy
provided by God in the wilder.
t ORE AT NORTHERN her grandparents. Mr. and MonthlyTofnls
ness. The Is found in Exo
BEANS Pound 8c NECK story : Mrs. W. R. Kersey, for a few
dus. John 6:45-48: : ta also enlightening

BONES 3Lbs.: 25c along this line. weeks.Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and family 'r"OME IN and let as show
Ilk- BOX Of Interest each'week are the
of Shamrock spent the weekend bow Smv-A-
ASPIRIN Box 2c current event Items used In connection with her parents Mr. and Mrs. you today

rs KELLOOG'S CORNFLAKES with the prophetical. stud W R. Kersey.Mr. Step putsshell that bardtoreachback .

NO. 1 IRISH ies. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughwere STEWARD'finger I
at .
r Pkg. 74c! Mr. and Mrs. Dodd and son of space your
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Lbs. 19c
i POTATOES 10 "Midlakes.. Keystone Heightswere Miller of Jacksonville last week. tips,saves steps,saves currents WARNER

it i present and assisted in the R C. Keene of Shamrock is You'll be amazed I .
t music. Mr. and :Mrs. Arwood Mr.CiClf week with _
Better Quality spending a Charney
I I Whitehead and son. Bobby, YarbrougH rid Rudolph Cbl. t. '
TRU MAGFiil izm CO.( of Lawtey were also among those ----See It Today At-

from a distance braving the weather next Tuesday evening with mes-

l. to attend the meeting.A sage in word and song.
?" group from The Silver Tabernacle An interesting and helpful hour. HART FURNITURE CO.
: Jacksonville, U exjwct d i Is anticipated.

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.. _. Mrs R. K, Clark and' lion. !; ),1'1'. and- Mrs L.: A Canova nnd I',mil -Labor- Wreck possible! arenow for you about to to choose take.the road |I| Fuller Forecasts ft

ton, left last week for Tunnel oe-\\ two sons Levy, Jr. and George, and ? you Tax Law Future
Of State of publi- fi
The Ship many
It Is the opinion
New Yoik to look. after her Mrs\\ S. P. Vandivlere and son, Pit- i ;
city there ner, who have spent two weeks at I! chits that we are perhaps too clone I Walter P. Fuller! of the Economic I' "q

Bits of ____ __ -_ I' Kingsley Lake returned Monday I Ito Much anxiety 1 a expressed to the present' turmoil of labor-and make j' News Service in St. Petersburg; 4

Mi'a, F. H. Long left for Jack their home ,,8 mong members of Congress and i its reaction upon aocletv to The i bad the following to say about the
appraisements. |
sonville Wednesday- for a visit with -_ ._- (>ilher thinking citizens over the any accurate, new tax certificate auction law in ,

her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Mr. and Mrs A. G. lllnson. of: E Ituatlon in which Labor has pliic- laws of social cause and effects with I his current letter to newspapers:

Uxal Ne and Mrs. B. S. Can nil.! Ft. LuUderdala spent Tuesday a td> Itself before the public in a are manifesting themselves not The biggest news in state tax a
lumber of Instances In recent such Increasing Intensity that I Ie'n
I I night itl1''"Mr. and Mrs. '.K.F.Flume. I foretell- the re circles still l Is the tax certificate

CONCERNING OtJJl; PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Dr. and Mia.V.. E. Middleton Mr.--and Mrs. Htnxon were I 1I nonths. Certain groups working the wisest can there serious auction law Circuit Judges( Tram1'
, their Sunday Mr. and Minnesota ford I ender the banner of the CJO spear sults. Not only are almost.
TilE COUNTY AND TOWN hud as guests en route to Hlbblng, moll and Chllllngworth, who '
|-KOJRESS, (; OF Mrs. E. L. Middleton! and Mrs. Mae i I their summer vacation. l ;]> to have made the Wagner issues between! the ranks of labor rule with bondholder wishes
j always
it of
Jones of Jacksonville I t:ncasuie an excuse for the use of as to jurisdiction the followers declared the law unconsti t
--- Ala. 'violence In an attempt to achieve Lewis and tile followers of Greenbut I
of that the
I S. L. Peek Montgomery, tutional. One ground;
Mrs. Juanita Wilson who has I\ ollectivo bargaining and other ob. within each rank there isblckeilng
'Is spending this week with his law allows taxes less than two t
Sauls spent Tuesday Mrs. Anne McGee left Sundayfor I been visiting; relatives here for the family here Mr. Peek leaves Monday 14;ectives. and misunderstanding. old torte compromised; ia
F. social years
ore, A I an extended visit with relatives past four weeks, left Saturday for I.I'' for a state position' with the It Is claimed by Home of those Many keen observers of is r
that there no provision
must be a sound. Other:
, 'jncksunville- In Ft. Myers. i her home In Pint Meade : unemployment service.- He will I lose to John L. Lewis that nets of forces hold that there fo ra minimum bid; is ab- C
Peek left Friday for aark's I make his headquarters In Tallahas violence' such as those instigated- ances. court will event
surd.' Supreme
JImmy Miami Beach. Peek Is visiting Joe Edwards Jr. of Jacksonville i luring the automobile strike last,
Frances 3t
vacation at Miss I see rule In line with the "les- rthantwoyearold"
Mi. and Mrs. H. C. Richard in 1"a-1 will spend the weekend with his winter, the recent electric power The hope of every good citizen Its'Is.'I ually dictum; hold t

,-p M. Barefoot spent last latka. I parents, Mi. and Mrs Joe El-I' Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, of ie-up in Michigan, the strikes in that Labor will purge itself of the balance of the law operative.
yg] '
ui Jacksonville. wards. Jacksonville, have announced the the Independent'! steel company rash and violent elements composeits Meanwhile taxpayers- swarm the ;
rta y all Its collective -
j and in
-- Mrs. T. T Long is spending two I birth of u daughter on Wednesday! lants, and the oveit action by oficeis county clerks. In territories not affected
and two its
Mr. and Mrs E. P. keep agreements. (
Mr, and! Mrs. J. H. Benson of weeks In Baconton. Baxley, and I gUt'sts' morning at St. Luke's Hospital. and members of a local t' bargain by tht two circuits. But
of Orlando were
were here Saturday. Ga. visiting relatives children Mrs., Carroll was formerly Mlsa\ I, O. brunch of the American Federation will up everywhereIn
Albany, test cases pop
SmrSV-il1c last week of Mr. and Mrs. A. If this cannot be done, anythingmay
Margaret Long, and she and Dr. of Hosiery Workers against the debt area.

firs- J D. Doyle was H visitor to MI's.C.- :' Shepard and childrenof I Hall. -- -- ,; Cm'roll have many friends here the Apex Hosiery Company of thai happen and to to society.Labor as No an thinking organization The whole thing hinges on previous -

,'cksonville\ Tuesday._ Monticello are guests of Mr. und I Mrs. Ernest Martin of Haines who are pleased to hear of the arrival city, were nut authorized by him; peison Is mire that finalist illctH- rnlingi that at the end I of '

-- Mrs C. A Knight. I City was the guest last week of her I of their ,daughter. that the violence connected with t""Hhip'lIll1ut seize power In this two years a state und county tax ( 1
Tallahassee spent
of .. due rather to Irresponsible -
3. L. with friends, I sistei, Mrs.\ Frances Sweat Guil- these strikes was land, even though( the foundingfathers ( la no longer a tux but valid title l
week-end here Mrs. J. Walker of Aucilla was I ford. Mrs. R. C. Dow ling and children, r hot-heads. in the oiganl.atlons. provided constitutional to land and the political units can
1 Mr. and Mrs. John Weston, Airs' : fit. In the! +
was David __ sell the land ns they see
{ in visiting' her niece, Mrs. Iel-I' government and pailliunentaryprocedure ''
lirs: Dnvid Mae Jones Mrs Hugh Moore, Labor, In the service it therefore t
Friday. ly, last week Mrs. Irene Wills returned to her I lie that as it may. ns the menus of determining opinion of this
ilnesville, last home here with Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Leonard Htiuss Miss\ Cath- opinion of many, some of whom ate- all the issues of the Nation' follows that no bondholder has }

was visiting Mrs. W B. Mundy and Mrs A. Smith after an extended vacationIn ; mine XVcston, Arras Maitha Catharine within Its own ranks, not only has and the states Scottish Rite Bulletin. claim) on delinquent tax money

MIs8 Mamie Kelly last week S. Crews were business visitors to Norfolk Va. Dowling, and HIlly Tyie, all of' made serious mistakes! but is in a flowing from certificates once they

Jattve In Greenville Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. -- Jacksonville spent Friday with Mr. ''I position where it must soon decide .. pass the two year dead line.
y .. Mrs. E. L. :Matthews at King.I road to the -- -- .
the r
Miss Mary Lee Watson has returned land whether It will ---

Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs left In Hen-Fri- Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly were I to her home in Edwards- I sky Lake. I i right or to the left. nit II .\ND IMKN'T KSO1'1' NEW RIVER

.y for a week's vacation visiting relatives In Greenville and vllle, 111., after a month's visit with I i I Ii The conservative adviser says to People are reminded- less often Dorothy SnppIsrrsapnudrnt|

lersonville, N. C. Aucilla Sunday. I Miss Mary Brownlee. i Mrs. Harry II. Huston has ac-I I Labor that It la toward the light( I nowadays' than a (generation ago

L -- ,zeptcd a position as cleik and hostess I. that a straight road to success and! I to count their blessing. It l is. still Mr. and Mis. Clarence Hines of

Mrs, J. D. Doyle and Airs. Idatntry Mrs. T. J. Griffin and N. T. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch spent j) in I the Starke Hotel. Col. and :'constructive achievement ,lies, It I worth while to stop now and then I Sarasota were visiting Mrs Hines'

, spent Tuesday in Jackson- Ritch were visitors in Jacksonville Sunday at the State Farm with +] J Mrs. D. E. Knight owners of the I has rough spots, to be sure, for no und remember what the real: l riches Mister, Mis.' Marlon Knpp Sunday

ilia, M'mday. Mrs. Hitch's parents Mr. and Mrs. j I hotel, are having the building com read in life is smooth. But aie. As Dr. .1. XV. Holland Bays in Mr. and Airs J. A. Bennett were ",

-- Wednesday. J. H. Hundley. !, I pletely renovated and repaintedand I moderate leadership, amung sant"1.The Progressive Farmer visiting. In Still'Saturday. j
N. Sternberg with his father, S. I In E. t'. Hogan of Jacksonville, was I'eturned')' I new furniture is being added, law and order and regard "Have we gotten so blinded with J. J. Thomas and Miss Pansy c

Frostproof the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hannah Swindell Mrs. Knight will continue to be the I rights of others control will I electric lights' that we have forgotten und Odcn Thomas weie visitors to

ternberg.Mr. \J. T. Quigley Tuesday night. to her home here Sunday after a' ;business manager. I duct safely over those spots the stars? Has the empha Jacksonville Saturday E
two week a visit with relatives in i -- for three- r
and! Mrs A. L. Bennett and Each hazard you overcome will sis Americans have generations Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn of
Mrs. J. B. Alexander Mrs. Roy Jacksonville. Among the out-of-lown guests on material success and l lMis. ,
of Eustis were guests Sat- strengthen you for the next making put Council, Ga. were visiting Mr. i
,hildrtn of :'Ir..and Mrs. A. H. Johns. I Denis, and Mrs. Joe Sparkman, all I who attended the tea last Thuis- your Journeying smoother thus obscured: for us the better gold of .L J. Thomas Thursday and
rJny of Friends of little Billy Blakclywill
Wuldo Tuesday the engagementof ?
of were guests day announcing commanding the respect and ap- the Golden Rule Friday.
'\V. B. Alexander. be glad to learn that he has ilk inn to James toCENT
Mrs.' Miss Hazel .A
In that iegnidlensof '
of other society /
Miss Frances Hemingway spent ill pi oval groups 1 am telling you
home after +
bis being
returned to
-------- Frederick Guy were: Mrs A. V I to-
be rich
in Jacksonville ,as the who too must pursue their pathsIn your puree you may
Little Miss Joan Dinkins spent in Lake City for a w..ek.- Long Mrs. C S. Brooking an.11\Ilss I moderate health,
rest of Mrs. Lester' Simonton. : the social order.Regarding I'ay. If you have A
last week-end in Jacksonville as Margaret Adkins, of, Gainesville; .. billionaire. If you have, WORD
choice are n
-- ; the alternative you
A. A. Wainwright L. C. Ray, of Jacksonville, is expected \
of Mrs. > ,
the guest Mrs. J. L. Briggs Betty BriggsM'TH. no lone-
-Meade then
Mrs F. A. King of Fort to tomorrow to visit Labor hears thin friendly winning, n few friends, envy
. ,iof her mother., Airs .I come I Emma Carlton, Mrs. Leona uncleared I man his store of gold If I youare COLUMN
the guest To the left lies an l/
I and
White #
his sister, Mrs. I
.__ __ Vuines, Mrs Hay Voght, and 111's.Frank ,, to work at chosen
:ariha C Morgan.Col. other relatives.Mr. ,road. It leads to violence and fulllire. : permuted
-.--- Judge A. Z. Adkins and son, A. i. ____ -- -- Evans, all of Jacksonville \ It I Is a zig-xag path full of tusks, no artist should' be mote- WANTED Sapp pine cross tie tf

H. V Knight and,L A. Da- Z. Jr. made a business trip to and Mrs. Gus Beaslry ,and I --- ---- gullies! swamps and quicksands, happy than you me. If you have timber. Pay ten cents stumpagei:

,g were Jn Sarasota ,recently Gainesville, Trenton, and Barlow son of Goose Creek, Texas are An hour or two spent In the XV.. ,I where many have gone down and the peace that pusseB knowledge1so : Pay cash every day for all moved.

,here they attended court. Tuesday. guests of )Sir\ and Mrs. O, L.. Buas- C. T. U meeting each Friday Is none have long survived. None uf that no earthly Hlorms run upset II. B. Keree, t'. O. Box:< 203, Lake

looked forward to by the mt'mber8as I the hazards/ are mal ked. Not only your lifeboat, no one pan pilecurrency Butler, Fla. 7-0-41
Mrs. A A..Simmon and,Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Jey. a pause for spli'ituul refreshment load at the risk high enough to equal -. -
. -Monday in .Jack- family are spending this week at j the do you pursue this riches. Set Strawberry plants now. August
Knight spent( lIIISS-Rosalind Jacobs left Sun- and enlightenment along of own future and the welfare your Ideal.
onvllle the Klckliter- cottage on Kingsley I of the work sponsored by this I your of us are rich and rains make conditions
will lines "So ppp,
she many
day for Gainesville where I"f your loved ones- but you vitallyendanger plants' for : .
Lake. \ world organization The meeting don't know It. And so many others Arkansas !
attend the second session of summer the lives and welfare
Miss Tibby Hackel of .Jackson- \ school -at the I University of this week will In- held with Mrs'. others of fellowmen! us wellas alas! could. be rich and don't solo. by bed. See Gregg, 1 1-2 mile

, ile] is the guest of Miss Miriamcobs Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille, Oa. FlorUla." i\ Noble XVhite.nOOTSEY'S. the very your liberties which make it realize it." SW Starke on Rond 28. lip ?

,, at Kingsley Lake. Is the guest of her brother-in-law I .".". I.
and sister Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun-
Mrs. Morgan Darby returnedhome liEACHMl
W M, \V'ainYrlght'ands Bilv can.
I Tuesday after an -
spent the week-end .with .Mr. : Klfle Crawford ('or,
with her parents, Mr. andMrs. }
Vainwrighfi parents Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Gay and chil- JI
Roman Bylaska In Fl. Myers Ulackwelder returned
_Iis X D Wamwi-lght. :'Billy re- dren and Mrs. R. R. King and children Mrs. Sallie

, lIned for a week's visit with his spent the week-end in Jacksonville I and Ft. Myers Beach. I here to, her home after spending. .
relatives in \vorington
with relatives. tome time with l
'; andpnrcjits. i l Mr. and Mrs. T J. Thomas of I ;; Springs OHNS

I I Valdosta, Ga., were visiting Mrs. Mrs. R N Crawford and -I" -NAT SEZ Thomas' mother, Airs Q Haynes,, i
: I tH: and sons A. J., Cecil, RobN't _
: In the old days when a t\u- and sister, Mrs. P. J. Pearce Saturday end Effie attended church ut Ronear

n in event lit Kulnuiiln' she put on : anJ Sunday. : : Brouker Sunday. \F.It
a bathing Hiiit with long sleeves, along I -- E.:: W Rosier and lion, Marcusl.icksonvillo 01, Free Phone S.,1"

skirt mill buttoned up clime I Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Ogden and I were, visiting Send \ ': & SON

SIR aroundNark the neck. In addition air family, and Misses Mary and Barbara "I Mrs. J. A. ChesHer and Mrs 45 nF.ro1 J ;
y of black stockings Clyatt, all of Pompano, were Delivery a
p ; put on n pair lean Gasklns Sunday
and Saturday of Mr
I' old boys guests
bonnet. "
and K sun Mrs. L. M Murrhee and lion
( ftlttin round on the beach couldn't and Mrs. E. J. Dowlmg. her son-in-li 1 .
see a. thing'hilt \\e hud a geed :Mi. -and-.}-lrs.--J. .M. Brownlce and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. L SUGAR5 Lbs. 23c MUSTARD Quarts lOc ;a 'c

InutKl'iatlon. Themctnjn of Wateroak section, Sun
time lining our will move out to Kingslay: Lake I jnakins .t
are 0\1'1' sow XX'e don't tune month of lay -
Monday to spend : WKIK-KISIN<1
to use our Inr.,;:;imitlnn any longer August, and while there will have \\1 Robert and Effie Crawford i at XX HULK GRAIN

hut the heck at It Is i now our r-.- members of thinr family visit them. ended the dance at Mr. and MI'II 22c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c'

sight Is gettlnM, __ I Iloll' L. L. Mellon's Saturday night nf'al RICE 5 Lbs.

und Mis. J. 3.:: Lynn and Waldo.

children Shirley Jean and Betty, Mr. and Mis. J. B. Jasklns, A 11'

.NKXX- AHTCIVA.LSIKITTED returned Monday tram west Flor- and Mrs. Fisher Gasklna and batl BANANAS 10 Ibs. 25c ;

VOILEDRESSES Sweet ida where they visited relatives at ill of Jacksonville spent Sand e

Pensaeola. here with their mother, Mrsu Jeaakins. FHl'ITS
Milton and 'GSIPlVTE IJ.NK fI' .u. \'YIF.TAln.EM AM
XX K If.\\?: A (
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Swingstert Mr. and Airs. H. L Brownlee, Miss\ Virgie Lee Beck returned il NELaxai 1O Lbs. IrishPOTATOES i

$1.98.; and daughters, ,Mills Alary Brown- her home at Hawthorne Sunday t after f

v I Ice and Madge, will spend the : spending several weeks will CORN FLAKES Pk. 71/c 19c

.. week-end
ai'S L 1 Ihlt CLEARANCE, __ I Ms section were visiting relative s Nice FatHENS Nice FatFRYERS

""'\ <::J. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Blount of In Hawthorne SundI1Y.JROOKER."

1.98 DRESSES Plant City were visiting their I -, ,--.-- Lb. 16c Lb. 22c
son-in-law and daughter, >lr.,and
Mrs.\ F. H. Box Saturday and Sun-
i \Hiss\ Vera $1.00PRICE !,I day. .- i 'I We Dress Your Chickens "= ;

rat .._ .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, tl --- -- -
will be a big nightJrooker a
of Jacksonville, were guests of Jr"I' Tonight School Two plays eel!_ I I 3 Large Pkgs. 3 Pkgs.

PRICE Hayes' parents Mr. and Mrs. E. led, "How the Story Grew" an.I

LDlES'SUl1MER Hayes, Sr. at their Kingsley Eight Gossiping Ladles", will 1 bo lOc SALT lOc .
the week-end. MATCHES
0 cottage over I resented> tonight In the Brooke--

SUITS i school auditorium At 8:15: o'cloclp. -- -

$1.9LtE A Miss Ann John McMillan Hawkins Marshal of]of Green Daytona Caincavllle.and and- .The m. clk
George Irs. Otis Beiry_____..Mrs, GreIrs. <
Sunday of Miss -
$1.49 Beach were guests
Harrell..Mrs. Brow
:\ Cephas
Lola Adlrtna at KIngslcy Lake. :Irs.. C. J. Crews________,Mrs. RlHe. < Large Sweet 'I

t Clarice Gill-, Elaine- Edwards :. Doo Little-Mrs Royce OR.lneMrs. ALL CUTS FANCY VEAL
SPECIAL Bean ..Mrs. Jessie XVIlucfrs. MIX PICKLES 17c
Lillian Moseley, and Louree I ,
Snow..Mrs. Emery
ON L.D1ES'RAIN and J. W. I
Howard, Ralph, Jennings -
i Frs. Taylor -Mrs. Lannie Park* -
Edward Conerly spent TUXEDO FEEDS
COATS Thomas and Beach. )I, hs[ White _Mrs. Grady Baste

Sunday .t Jacksonville-- There will also be several cak QUALITY AT LOW COST

$2.98sl'MMER Miss Miss Alberta-Sophie Lyle.Reinoehl of Jacksonville and niece,, I the walin sale right of ice after cream.the Come plays on an e\, We Have a Complete Line of Feeds For All Purposes

avebeen visiting Mr. and 'ery body and let's see who gets thlcake 24% Tuxedo
who Cincy
and help Brooker P. T. AraIse

SILK CIBARANCE e Mrs.Wednesday EHery to M.their Davis home, returned in Jack :,:hool.the Admission funds needed only for five Brooke an<, EGG MASH 3.001 DAIRY FEED 2.50Cincy

DRESSES. sonville. I ,tlcn cents at door. The P. T. Aquilt

$2.08LVE J and Mrs. W. W. Lalte j I m will he on display. Cincy
The Rev. I "
and daughters Misses Winifred ) 41 2.75
$1.98 \ 1 I and Isabel Laite. and Miss Jane Wore Prince Alberta HORSE FEED

We\bef. of Jacksonville, are spending to Xk! "nifty ftl..u/.." IBM I
*. vacation at Kivgalcy Lake ailed stales Mnatert wore PrinIberti. No. 2 OATS 2.451 SHORTS 2.45We
\ FAYS TO' BCY ATSTERNBERG'S and occupying Mrs. C. C. Mendo- The frock coat was a .ymol :

za's pastor cottage.of the The Avondale Rev. Mr.Mttbo-Laitea .".i of the lUtcimuuhlp mark of a man ind of maturjt a based, ), Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville Marketqt1'

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: FAVORITE our present-day arJ'Rng"Jn
"3oc Honoring. *!". Glen Duke, a re Miss Lfila Dea Andrews and Miss Janette Taylor has returned : the calendar!; of

t bride, Mrs. E. .Matthews Glen Patfl Duke were znsrttod:9im-: ; RECIPES to her home at Jacksonville after
hostnitt at a bridge party at day evening at six o'clock, at the a visit with :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. : '
Matthews' cottage on Kingsley home of the bride's parents, :Mr.: \- -- -- Brannen and family. I HAVE--

last Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. 3. W. Andrews' In the If you want something differentfor i Mrs. J. P, Summers; has recently -

C7 W. M. S. Circles To Meet Mr. and Mrs.! nuke Three bridge tables were placed presence of the ,immediate: family your meat course try this been visiting her daughter Mrs.
Delightful Buffet the wide ;parch of .the! horns, and a few :Jottmate friends. 'The recipe for salmon loaf that Mrs. M. Chapman of Gainesville. ICE
f' Both circles! of the Woman's was decorated 'with gladioli impressive Meg ceremony was! per- F. Brown sent to the Telegraph. It W. B. Hicks who has been ill for CREAM
Missionary Society of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. H. C. greenery. formed by the Rev. Fred Yerkes, t Is very easy to make and It's so' several weeks Is in a hospital In

t+ Church will meet Monday afternoon Mr. and! Mrs. T.. K.. ] At the rnU! of the progressions rector of .St. ..Mark .Cptacopal I good. Mrs. Brown said that a white Plant City He has a host of '"

at three-thirty o'clock at were Joint hosts : J. Frank Carpenter, bolder Church. sauce with hard boiled eggs chop- friends here who are glad to know --
the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. a delightful buffet high score received a summer The Impi-ovtoed+ altar wall in ped up in It makes. the loaf more that his condition Is much Improved.
: sley Lake, when they Mrs. Duke the honoree was front of the living room fireplace, :taty. :: .
In honor of Mr. .and : :
a pair of pillow cases, a which was banked with greenery One large can of salmon r
W. A. Beasant Duke who were from the bo.eas. vines and pink dahlias. On each Six or eight soda crackers A Family Reunion :11

A special offering Is requested, afternoon at six o'clock. Mrs. Matthews,, assisted by her> end of tbe maotlepfece there were One-half of an onion the size of I There will be a reunion of the

as money Is needed to pay for improvements Daisies, petunias, and c at the parsonage sonaJ cut flowers were her guests an ice course with and large baskets of dahlias also One egg whole Daugherty in August consisting of
advantage In the living stood on the floor 011 earn side of One-half hot water' milk
e A color scheme the guests gathered. the fireplace.The !. Cracker crumbs for top of loaf. children. I
carried Jn
and white was out
Sub Debs Entertain ,
I Refreshments of refreshment course nuptial music wn played by Bone and flake the salmon; Rev. A Paul Daugherty pastor whenever
New Members sandwiches saltines Mrs. H. C. Brown, ulster of the crumble crackers and mince onion of the Greenville Avenue Cnrlstlan you

The Sub Deb club held a swimming and iced tea were served Playing bridge'with. the honoree Misses I bride, who used for her first selection : fine. Mix with other Ingred- Church of Dallas Texas is scheduled

+' { d Y, ; t party at Kingsley Lake Saturday upon arrival. : Sternberg Mrs H. ( Lucile Brown.Mitchell, "Because" iD'HanilutK' The ients and bake in a moderate oven to arrive with his family to- wonlIISERVEL
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin heralded until loaf is brown.
afternoon at the cottage of The hosts presented and and
Evelyn Stump the bride and I day.Rev.
approach of the .
!\II'. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, with rees a blur and house guest Miss Clara I -- J. C. Daugherty pastor of
groom who were unattended, and
+ s Misses Dot Bishop and Miriam bowl as a memento of of Key West, Miss Wlg-! i Surprise Birthday DinnerThe the First Christian Church Na-
they were met at the altar by ]
Guy as hostesses. ing party. Sisson of Brooker, :Mrs. H. ]M., I II bride's father, Mr. J. W Andrews, t children and grandchildrenof cegcloches, Texas, and Rev. Wm. D.

P ra > After swimming and water Invited to be with I of Raiford. Mrs.: C. W.:I who gave her In marriage. During Mrs. Myrla Kite gave her a surprise Daugherty. pastor of the FirstChristian
Ii' games refreshments of Iced tea. guests were: Mr. and of Gainesville Mrs. J. R. I the ceremony Mrs. Brown soft dinner party last Friday Church of Mayfield, Ky.
sandwiches and > Johns", Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Car are both scheduled to arrive with
cookies were s( rv- and Mrs. J. Frank I ly played 1 an appropriate selectionand which was her seventy-second
ed. thews, Mrs. H. A. their families Wednesday.
I both of Jacksonville.Tea as a recessional Mendelssohn's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Kite received -
' f u 'y{ 4 The social was held especially to Glen Wood Misses ,guests were: Mrs. H. A. Wedding March. a variety of useful and pret- The Rev. Travis, pastor of the

i Introduce nine new members into Miriam Jacobs, Miss Mrs. T. K. McClane, .Jr., I :Mrs Duke's wedding dress wasa ty gifts and greatly enjoyed the local Christian Church Is planninga

the club. They were Misses Willa Miss Ruth Sternberg Mr. her guest' Miss!' Ella Fay Price navy blue suit of triple-sheer silk presence of her two daughters Mrs. home-coming for the church and

Vida Killingswoith. Juanita Barefoot J. R. Boring, Jacksonville EAT"h; Gainesville, and Miss Madge crepe with which she wore match- Maggie Anders and Mrs. Ruby McKinney its former pastors for the second I

Helen and Marian Dowllog Mrs. Hugh F. Edge Miss Ing accessories, and her corsagewas eleven grandchildren and Sunday In August. 4, t1 "
Jean Davis, Grace Green, Harriet of white rosebuds and lilies of nine great-grandchildren also a Father ana 'Mother Duugherty
'' Benson. Hazel Moore and Betty Prince, and Carlyle Bitch Wilson Hostess: the valley. few friends. .1 moved to Hampton from Tennessee -

't r } Green. Old members who were ville; Mrs. J. Frank Luncheon For Bride Following the marriage an informal In November 1894, and made

present were Misses Dot Bishop Jacksonville; Miss reception was held. In the Baptist Circles To Meet Hampton their home for seven
Mrs. J. E. Wilson was a delight
Miriam Guy Margaret and Edna Brooker; and Richard hostess Friday at one o'clock dining room the long table was The three circles of the Baptist years. ELECTRON

j4 Pearce. ley. her summer home on Kingsley covered with a handsome lace cloth Ur... MfU. will .BM..A A*. next Mon,*.A.)..' GUM BRANCHMlaa
and centered by a three tiered wed
when she entertained In hon I ding cake which was surmountedby afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. : Elizabeth Karnage. Cor. RUNS, ON KEROSENE (":,:L)
J4 of Mrs. Glen Duke, who prior Circle Number One, Mrs. L. G.
a miniature bride and .
t, N w '? FLOWERS her marriage Sunday, was Miss Coral vine and pink candles groom.in silver Powell leader, will meet at the Mr. and Mrs. J. D Dobbs Jr., FnwiMW --n.-O rube
; AS YOUR TELEPHONE Dea Andrews. home of Mrs. E. C. Priest. and children and Marvin Smith Prot.esa,food pmrfrrtly
, I holders also added
1 to the beauty Save. .
FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J I A three course luncheon was of the table. Fruit punch and Circle Number Two,' Mrs. J. M all of Lake City were the guests lrp and so r4Operatew
In the dining room from a wedding cake were served. Brownlee leader, will meet at the of J. A. Harnage and family Sun crntt a day
j ALL ORDERS FILLED table, which was laid with a home of Mrs. Charlie Powell with S JVo daUy attention.\avuin
Mrs. Duke Is the third daughterof day.Mr. .
li'' ARTISTICALLY ECONOMICALLY hand-made luncheon set Mr. W. N. Johnson as co-hostess. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended JVo machinery to wear
J. W. Andrews. She was graduated -I
ft. centered with a low bowl con
/ The Young Matron's Circle, Mrs.B church at Rock Saturday and Stacey -
; PROMPTLY dainty pink rain lilies and from the B. H. S. In the class M. Fussell leader will meet NOW you can live nulra from the
J of 1930 and when in school mains and power lines,
majored yet
MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke fern. Crystal candle in athletics. She has also take with Mrs. E. W Hayes, Sr. at her Mrs. P. D. Reddish and baby still rojoy the pleasure and"" VI aRK of
with burning pink tapers Kingsley Lake cottage.GRAHAM. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. modern city refrigeration! Scrrol l
the central arrangement. en pert In numbers of civic pro- Felix Sapp Tuesday. Elert.roluJI! ,the Krrowne n.-rng"ratnr.

Monogrammed place cards In grams featuring popular songs. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and duplicates in aU Important way. Ibo
THANK YOU FRIENDS THANK For the past two years Mrs. Duke famous Gu Refrigerator
marked the for the
places ... children of Pine Level section were
has been the Mr I. C. CorrtiM-ondeit which baa bees the choice,
employed by
and favors of pink baskets the guests of Mr. J. A. Harnageand for hundred. of thouauda
j i KOZY KORNER blue ships containing mints and for the past year was In Or- Mrs. Percy Jones and daughter I family Sunday.Mr. of fin cityMAJ. bo_ @
lando and
Ocala. Mrs. Corriqne Moore of Tampa
found at each guest's place. are and Mrs.[ Purvis Green of
h I, Mrs. Duke was given a silver Outoftownguests were: Mr. visiting for several days at the Hellbronn section were the

'. 1 t of In. the making most new popular friend spots dally In,town.mid beyond Day and a doubt night, : a gift from the hostess, as and Mrs. A. J. Duke Mr. and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones. her parents' ),Jr. and Mrs.guestsof D. I. TtftS COf/fOM
of this charming Hugh F. Edge Gainesville; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and
} 1" hours, you can dine and dance enjoying our courteous Knight Sunday.
ii and Mrs. J. sons, Charlie and of Chicago
R. Boring, Mrs. J. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and
YOU PUOB.BLCN'T AFFORD A COSTLY HOME: Invited to be with the honoree Frank Carpenter Jacksonville; Ill., are at the home of her Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jackson SISTRUNK'SBRADFORD
t, SOUTHERN SUMMER RESORT, BUT ENJOY OUR Mrs. Wilson were: Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. ville were visiting friends and relatives -
STEAKS! AND OTHER GOOD EATS AND DRINKS Mrs. H. C. BraWl Mrs. daughter, Patsy, Lawtey; and Miss Quite a few from this section at- here Sunday COUNTY nt: \LEft

.ij Burns, Mrs. T. K. McClane, Mignon Sision.'f'oker., tended church at Rock last Sun Miss Myrtle Dobbs of Raiford STARKE FLA.mt. .

Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. R. Mr. Duke Is the son of Mr. and day. was visiting Misses Annie Mae and '6.tlr.rr.r..e .whfcout obU- i
"KOZY KORNER :Mrs J. Frank Carpenter, Mrs. A. J. Duke Gainesville He Services in the Baptist Church Leila Harnage Sunday. I .it.I.f..ttos.brtawi l
auw-,ta.Yarr. ,.
tr of "Jacksonville, and Mrs. S. T. was graduated from the Gainesville were well attended both morningand Miss Hazel Sapp is spending this ndr.ta I

f .. of alnesville.e high school and for several evening on Sunday.In week at Jacksonville with Mr. and I I
]MRS ALICE ANDERSON Manager years past has been employed by a the absence of the regular Mrs. A. J. Williams. 'pI I II :

I t. "WHERE FRIENDS! ALL MEET TO DANCE AND The planet Saturn is lighter wholesale grocery company at Miami j pastor Rev. L. G. Hemingway the Mr. and Mrs J. C. Sapp spent Su.rt..LF.D

than waler.H Beach. pulpit was filled by Mr. Edgar the week-end with her parents I
After the reception the happy Sparks of Starke. Mr. Sparks is Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown of T.- St.I .- I
i young couple left for Daytona well remembered here by many Sampson City. ._----- ----"

Beach and later they will to friends.
b'' go
H" } I No. 3 Cans-Standard PackTOMATOES Miami Beach where they will make Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Groves and .::>-.-.-.------.-----------.- _..

FLOUR 77c GREEN'SSTORE their home. little daughter, Shliley, also Mr.
: 6c and Mrs. Gay, all of Daytona, RICH BRICK COMPANY i
I 2t-Lh can JJrkle-FJect: Honoied were visiting relatives here Sunday -

. \ \ Mrs. Groves was accompanied
\\ I Mrs! Jerry Moore entertained for home by her sister, Miss Alta M\NUFACTURERS J

t t BEST 'I !\hn.G.nm, Rose > her sister, Miss June Whitfleld Smith.
i I popular bride-elect of Baldwin ata Mr. and Mrs David Durbin and
J lovely Informal party and linen children. Grade Lee and Evarts, COMMON BUILDING BRICKi\;

LARD21bs25c I CASH & CARRY ]RICE 5 Ibs. 22c shower Monday night at her home. of Jacksonville, spent Monday with (RED CLAY)
4 STARKE, FLA. Summer flowers, effectively arranged Mrs Durbln's mother, Mrs. Millie
} in bowls and vases, made Fogg. RUSSELL FLORIDA '
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAIN And QUALITY the home more attractive for this ''I Mrs. Rufus Johnston and children Ii

BUYING delightful occasion. A color visited the S. L. Prescotts of (NEAR GREEN COVE SPRINGS) I'
FEEDS-GET OUR LOW PRICE BEFORE scheme of pink and green was car. the Ziff section Sunday. _._._._ 'i
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sled out In the decorations and refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns of
Wish To Announce The Installation of Our New course. Gainesville were visiting relatives

1 i NOTICEWe. Which Will Be In Operation Saturday. Many novel games and contests here over the week-end.
were played and prizes were Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers were
J _Bring.. Your Corn In To Us So That We May Have The Pleasure awarded to Mrs. Wesley Andrews business visitors in Gainesville last NEW
r Mrs. Claude Prevatt, Mrs. Paul Friday.
Of Serving; You. and Mrs Charlie .
.. Raymond
0 _0 __ y,. -_ rib r.. .
PET OR CRNATJOSL..eioaw---- ItocNd /' .. _' ney. DOUBLE RUN SAVES woRRefrigeration i I
Those enjoying the party with
MILK 3 tall 20c STEAK. Lb. 20criUTK I the hostess and hotturee were: Mesdames Irll.n'. A. Tyler, Cor.

cans Ira Wilson A. R. Moore, I II Mr. and Mr W XI. Norman of C11BBENT

, I Hubert Priest, Orle Wiggins, Wesley Rising were visiting her brother sAV.A
OR BELLBREAD : CHICK Andrews R. R. Prevatt, Chare and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. \V.A. '

3 Loaves 25c STEAK, Pound -- -- ___122c I McKinney J. S. Denmark, Paul Tyler and children Sunday aft FRONTG'VES' 14 MORe
Raymond, Claude Prevatt Lacy ernoon. i
BOLOGNA Conway R. B. Alvarez and Misses O. T. Nelson of Saxton was visiting SPAce,
Amy Moore and Frances Heming friends In this section Thurs-
ONIONS 3 Lbi. lOc i
SAUSAGE Lb. 121hc way.Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son,
!. Moore was assisted in serving Arthur of Saxton were visiting in
t QUART JAR RELISH or by Mrs. Raymond. this section Sunday.

; BUTTER Country Roll lb. 30c --... Enoch Anderson of .this section
SALAD DRESSING 20c :MISSION fULL spent the past week-end at Lake

BEST WHITE-NO SALT A good hard rain right at the Butler visiting his parents. ,
hour of service did not hinder the Elbett Tyler of Saxton visIting Ir.
waa -
QfART BACON Lb 19c folks of the Bible class attending, in this section recently.Mr. .

Yi PEANUT BUTTER 25c for they enthusiastically climbedthe and Mrs. W. R. Conner and

stairs to the upper room, as us- children attended church at Pine
GROUND ual, and heard the message of the Level Sunday.
t'P1121hc PRINCE? ALBERT can lOc evening. The subject announced +

What Is It" was satisfactorily answered WOODLAWN +: ; +. {
from the Bible and! provedto a
RIB BEEFSTEW Mr*. A. J. Yarbrough, Cor. +
be "the bread of life" (the Word
i Lb. lOc of God) and must be partaken of -
The people of this section are
LIMA BEANS Lb. 7c dully In order that spiritual lives sorry to report that Mrs. E. E.
be fed; as did the children of Israel e
r, Yarbrough Is sick.
MUSTARD. Ots. lOc partake of manna each
dayas r
--- Rethea Bradley of Starke is vis- Pay On Easy
provided by God in the wilder
GREAT: NORTHERN: Iting her grandparents Mr. and
I Monthly
The is found in Exo-
BEANS Pound 8c story Mrs. W. R. Kersey for a few I
NECK dus. John 6:43-48: Is also enlightening Term.roMI .
BONES 3 Lbs 25c along this line. Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and family IN and let as show
10r BOX Of Interest each'week are the .
of Shamrock the weekend
,.; ASPIRIN Box 2c current event items used In con with her parents Mr. and Mrs yon today bow S v-A-

' KELLOGG'S CORNFLAKES nation with the prophetical,- stud- \V. R. Kersey. Step puts that bard-ta-re.eb .

NO. 1 IRISH ies.Mr. Mr. and Mrs A. J, Yarbroughwere S."RT.backaheUspacec10urfinger
and Mrs. Dodd and 1. son of 1
Pkg. 7'/c
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. C
POTATOES 10 Lbs. 19c "Midlakes." and Keystone assisted Heightswere in the Miller of Jacksonville last week.R. lipssaresstepssa.escurrents ."SftVER I IYou'll

present C. Keene of Shamrock t Is be amazed! 1
music. Mr. and Mrs. Arwood Mr. 1J
Quality spending a week with Charney
f C cW Whitehead and _son, Bobby _
anW Cnlmtl.
Yarbrouglr Rudolph
BetterTRuEMANGFiii lZm CO. of Lawtey were also among those -See It Today Af :

3 from a distance braving the weather next Tuesday evening with message .
to attend the In word and
meeting.A song.
_ ,I GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING v group from The Silver Tabernacle An interesting and helpful hour HART FURNITURE CO. .

Jacksonville, I* expected Is anticipated.
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....."".. so, 1931'_ '_ u __ BR.\DFORD ('OVSTY TEL RI'II. STAJtKE. FLORiDA PGE nVK
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Mrs. R. F, CUik and son, Merton M..-. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and I[fWiIliaborVreck possible for you to choose' the road I! Fuller ForecastsTax

left last week for Tunnel City, I two son, Levy Jr and George and you are.now about to take.It I

New York to ook'after her prop Mrs S. P. Vandlvlere and son. Pit- The Ship Of State? Is the opinion .of many publicists Law Future

Bits of erty there. I ner, who have spent two weeks at']I I ; that we are perhaps too close I 1 .

- -- -- 'I Kingsley Lake, returned l Mondayto Much anxiety I a expressed to the present:, turmoil of labor'and Walter P. Fuller of the Eeonorn. ,

Mrs. F. H. Long left for Jack. their home. among members of Congress and its reaction- upon society; to make I, Ic News Service In St. Petersburg; ,;
sonville Wednesday for a visit with i other thinking citizens over the bad the to .
-- --- tiny accurate appraisements. The ) following !say about the
her son-in-law and daughter Dr. Mr. and Mitt. A. G. lllnson of situation In which Labor has pliic- laws of- social causes and effects new tax cei tIlc.ate auction law In f.

und Mrs. B. S. Carroll. Ft. Lauderdale spent Tuesday I led itself before the public in a are manifesting themselves' with ( his current letter to newspapers: "

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND I night with 'Mr. and' M.... '.... -.... number of Instance In recent such Increasing intensity that not I I| The biggest news In state tax ;
CONCERNING Di. and W. I' '
; Mrs. E. Mlddleton '
Flume. 'Mr. and Alra. Htnsen were months. Certain groups WOI king even the wisest can foretell the re- circles still Is the tax certificate J
I'fWRESS, ) : OF TilE COUNTY ANI TOWNIoca1Ne h.id as their guests Sunday Mr. and j en route to Hlbbing: Minnesota for I under the banner of the C.I.a. liP' suits. Not only are there serious auction law. Circuit Judges Trammel
Mrs. E. L. MidJleion and Mrs. Mae
Jones of Jacksonville. I their summer vacation.S. j i pear to have made the Wagner issues between the ranks' of labor and Chlllingworlh who almost '

!. I measure an excuse for the use of us to jurisdiction the followers of always rule with bondholder wishes

Mrs.- L. Peek of Montgomery, Ala.Is i violence In an attempt to achieve Lewis and tile followers! of Green have declared the law unconstitutional. I.
Juanltn Wilson. who has
A. F. Sauls spent Tuesday 1 Mrs. Anne McGee left Sunday been visiting relatives here for the I spending this week with his collective bargaining; and other ob but within ouch rank there Is One ground; that the

Mrs.JMckHonvllle.. for an extended visit with relativesIn I past four weeks, left Saturday for i family here. Mr. Peek leaves Mon I jectives.It bickering and misunderstanding law allows taxes' less than two

,2 I Ft. Myera. I her home In Foil ,Meade. I!day for a state position with the Is claimed by some of those Many keen observers' of social years old to be compromised; 1M

;;;' Kt Friday for a unemployment service. He will clone to John L. Lewis that acts of forces hold that there must be a sound. Other: that there Is no provision -

,'tk's vacation at Miami Beach. Miss Frances Peek Is visitingMi. I Joe Edwards Jr. of Jacksonville j make his headquarters in Tallahas- violence ouch as those instigated halt to the present labor disturb- fo ra minimum bid; la ab
s..e. during the automobile strike last
and Mrs. H. C. Richard in Pa- will spend the week-end with his ances. surd. Supreme court will eventually -
Mrs. P M. Barefoot spent last latka. I parents, Mi. and Mrs. Joe Ed- winter the recent electric I'o.rtieup The hope of every good citizen Is rule In line with the "leai-
,"day in Jacksonville. I wards. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of in Michigan. the strikes! In that Labor will purge itself of its thun-two-yeiir-old" dictum; hold! '
Mrs. T. T. Long is spending two ) -,.--- Jacksonville, have announced thebh.th the Independent steel company rash and violent .elements ('ompoH..1 the balance of the law operative.
!dr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson of I weeks in Bacon ton, and | Mr. and Mis. E. P. H.ill and two ; of a daughter- on Wednesday i plants and the overt fiCtiOn hy offlceis Its lhff..rpnceIInd- In all Its collective Meanwhile taxpayers swarm the
| unesvillc) were here Saturday. 1 Baxley children of Orlando were gu..sts' morning at St. Luke's Hospital. and members of a \local r, bargains keep its agreement county clerks In territories not affected ,
(; Albany, Ga., visiting relatives. .
j last week of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. )f.... Carroll! was formerly Miss I. O branch of the American Federation *. by the two circuits. Rut

trs.. J D. Doyle was' a visitor to I Hall. Margaret Long, and she and Dr. of Hosiery Workers againstthe If this cannot be done anything test cases will pop up everywheie
[Jacksonville\ Tues l1Y. Mis. C. C. Shepard- and children --- .I ('a'roll have many lends here Apex Hosiery Company of that may happen to l.ihor as an organization in the debt 11'11.Th. .
of Monticello( are guests of Mr. und j who are pleased to hear of the nr- and to No .
-- --'- Mrs. Ernest Martin of Haines ; city, were not authorized by him; society thinking whole thing hinges on previous -
L. I'uttenof Tallahassee spentLe Mrs. C. A. Knight. I, City was the guest last week of her {r rlvnl of their ,daughter. that the violence connected wltn pel MOn Is mire that it fascist dictatorship rulings that at the end of

week-end here with friends.. I slstei', Mrs. Fiances Sweat Gull- these strikes was due rather to ir- will not seize power in this two years a Mate and county taxIs
Mrs. J. T. Walker of Aucllla was I ford. Airs. R. C. Dowling and children responsible hot-heads In the organ land even though I the founding: no longer a tux but valid title Ito
:\\irs Dnvld Kelly was visiting j inllalnesville visiting her niece Mrs. David Kel- j : Air. und Airs John Weston. Airs izations. fat titers provided constitutional land ant the political units can

last Friday. ly last week.- |! Mrs. JrencVIIIs returned to her I Mae Jones, !Mrs. Hugh Moore, i Lie that as it may. Labor in the'. goveinment; and I (parliamentary; sell the land as they see fit. In the

home hel with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Alls. Leonard Hauss Miss Catharine -I opinion of many some of whom ate procedure ns the means of deteim- opinion of this service it therefore,
)li.s Mamie Kelly was visiting Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs A'I Smith after an extended vacation Weston Miss Maitha Catharine -within Its own ranks not only has imng all the Issues of the Nation follows that no bondholder has

,latives in Greenville last week.. S. Crews were business visitors in Noifolk, Va. Dowling and Billy Tyie all of I made serious mistakes, but is In a and the statrn. Scottish Kite Bul claim' on delinquent tax money

Jacksonville Tuesday.. aitemoon.I- I -- Jacksonville spent Friday with Mr. position where It must soon decide letin. flowing from certificates once they

Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs left FrlLy I j Miss Mary Lee Watson has returned -j and Mrs. E. L. M.itthews at King. : whether it will take the road to the -------...---- pass the two year dead line.
: for a week's vacation In Hen- Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly were to her home In sley Lake. I right or to the left. IUIISU DON'T KNOW' ITPeople ---.---
[iertunville N. C. 'I' visiting relatives In Greenville and yule III., after a month's Edwards-I I NEW RIJ'ERHornl
Aucllla The conservatIve adviser nays to reminded less often .
Sunday. are
Miss Mary Brownlee. Alia. Harry II. Huston has accepted hy < iuli-nt
: I Labor that it Is toward the light Supp orret.pi>
Mrs J. D. Doyle andMrs.. Ida a position\ as cleik and hostess nowlldllYIIltIll1 a generation ugo:
',atry spent Tuesday in JacksonMlle. -, Mrs. T. J. Griffin and N. T. Mr. and, Mrs. Jim Ritch spent in the Starke Hotel. Col. and that a straight road to success !and I I to count their blessings.: I It I is still Mr and Mrs. Clarence Hines of
constructive It
Ritch visitors In Jacksonville achlevem"l1t..lies. worth while to and then
were at the 11hMrs. stop now
Sunday State Farm
I Monday. Mrs. D. E. Knight owners of thehotel. I has rough spots, to be sure, for no and lemember whut the teal riches SuriiHolu wcie visiting Mrs. HineM'sIMI'r. _
Hitch's patents Mr. and Mrs.J. .
-- are having the building completely Mrs. Marlon Snpp .Sunday
read In life Is smooth. But are. As Dr. J. W Holland In
H. says
:N.; Sternbergspent Wednesday I Hundley.Miss renovated and repainted Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett were
E. O. Hogan of Jacksonville was moderate leadership, among The Progressive Farmer-:
with his father
la Frostproof I and new furniture is being added. IIane'l I visiting In Staike- Saturday.
the dinner of Mr. and Mrs.J. law and order and regard l
tternberg.Mr guest Hannah Swindell returned Alia. Knight will continue to be the "Have we gotten so blinded with J. J. Thomas and Miss Pansyand
I T. Quigley Tuesday night. to her home beta Sunday after a i business I{'I rights of others control. will C'lectlic I lights that we have for- ,
manager. Oden Thomas were visitors to _
and Mrs. A. 1.. Bennett and two week visit! with relatives in I duct ;you safely over those spots. I gotten the stars? Has the emphasis Jacksonville
iwidren of Kustls were guests Sat- Airs. J. B. Alexander Mrs. Roy Jacksonville. Each hazard you overcome will : Americans have for three generations Saturday. _
l.nJey of Mr. And :Mrs. A. II. Johns. Denis and Mrs. Joe Spatkman, all Among the out-of-town, guests strengthen you for the next making put on material success Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn of _
who attended the tea last Thuls-
of Waldo were guests Tuesday of Friends of little Billy Blakelywill your Journeying smoother thus :obscured for us the better gold of Council Ga. were visiting Mr. and
day announcing the engagement Mia. J. J. Thomas and/
Miss FrancesHemingway, spent Mrs. "W. B. Alexander. be glad to leai'n that he has commanding\ respect and ap- the Golden Rule ? Thursday
of Miss Hazel ".Adkin to James
Sunday in Jacksonville as the ------- returned to bis home after being mIn Fredt-ilck Guy were: Alia. A. V. pi oval of other groups in society ,.I am telling >ou that legaidlessof Friday.

Lucst of Mrs. Lester Simonton. Little Miss Joan Dinkins spent Lake City for a w *-k. Long Mrs. C. S. Brooking and MissMatgat'et | who, too must pursue their pathsIn your purse you may be rich to-

-- last week-end in Jacksonville as AdkLns, of Gainesville ,I. the social order.Regarding t'ay. If you have moderate health,
F. A. of Fort Meade the guest of Mrs. A. A. Wain- L. C. Ray, of Jacksonville\ expected ; I.I A
Mrs King AIis. J. L. Brig-gs, Betty Brlggs i I : the alternative choice- you are a billionaire. If you have [LENT WORD
!. the- guet-t" ,iof her mother, Mrs.ar1h5 .. 1 wright. to come tomorrow to visit Mrs. Emma Cat )ton, M 1'8. Leona { Labor hems this. fiiendly winning: a few f i'lends. then envy no lonely

: C Morgan. I -- --- his sister Mrs. ..J.V.. White, and I Vitrnvs, Mrs. flay Voght and I>h's. | To the left lies an uncleared. man his stoic of gold! If you

"" .Judge A. Z. Adkins and son, A. other reJs tJ"t'A. Flank Evans, all of Jacksonville. roud. It leads to violence and fullinre. I nre permuted to, work at chosen COLUMN _
Col. H. V .KJilg-ht and .L. A. Dal.s 7. Jr. made a business trip to -- -- ---- |I I It Is a zlg-nag path, full of tusks, no artist should be mine 1
-- ----- WANTKD Siipp pine cross tie
were in Sarasota .recentlyhere Gainesville Trenton and Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beasley ,and 'gullies, swamps and fjulcksiinds! happy than you are. If you have
of Otiose Creek Texas An hour or two spent in the W.I I' timber. Pay ten cents stumpage.Pay .
they attended court. Tuesday.Mr. son are '! where many have gone down and 'the peace t that pusses/ knowledge'/
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O 1. Beosley. C. T. U. meeting each Filday Is' none have long survived., None of so that no eaithly storms up.Set cash every day for all moved.
1[. U. P. O. Box Lake
Mia. A. A .Simmon and lr8. -H. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and looked forward to by the member ||:I the hazards are mal ked. Not onlydo your\ lifeboat no one can pile Kerce 203

.- I Knight spent) Monday in .Jack- family are spending this week at I as a pause for spiiitual refreshment you pursue this load at the risk currency high enough to equal Butler Flit 7-0-41 _
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hnvllleMisi Miss Rosalind) .Jacobs left Sunday and enlightenment along the
the Klckliter
cottage on Klngstey riches.
of your own future and the welfare your Set Strawberry plants now. August 4
Lake. for Gainesville where she will lines of the work sponsored by this i
1 I I of your loved ones, but you vitally "So many of us are rich and rains make conditions ideal.
Tibby Harkel ot.J ackson.111. attend the second session of summer world organization. The meetingthis '
endanger the lives and welfare of ,don't know It. And so many others Arkansas missionary plants for
| is the piieM of Miss Miriam Mrs. Roy Smith of Tcnnille Ca. school Jit the University of week will be held with AIis.
others of your fellowmen us well alas! could be rich and don'trealize sale by bed. See Gregg 1 1.2 mile _
;obs at Kir.gsley: Lake.W Is the guest of her brotherinlawand Florida. I II Noble White. "
us the very liberties which make It It. SW Starkc on Road 28- lip
sister Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun I -_...1..-- I IBOOTSE'rS I
\Vsinwright 'and.son: Bil- can. .Mrs. .Morgan Darby returned I BEACH
'. pent the week-end ,with ..Mr.ainwrlght's I ,I home Tuesday after -extended I
parents Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Gay and chil- visit with her- parents, Air. and I Ml..s Kllle Crawford Cor.

Iris. N D Wainwright. [Billy re- dren and Mrs. R. K. King and children Mrs. Raman Bylaska, in': Ft. Myers Mrs. Sallie Ulackwelder- returned I

halneij for a week's visit with his ) spent the week-end in .JaCk- and Ft -Myers; Beach. here to her home after upending I

li I mdpn rents. sonville with relatives. some time with relatives In WorthIngton I
Mr. ami I Mrs. T. J. Thomas ofValilostu I I
I Springs
Ga., were visiting Mrs. OHNS
NAT SEZ Airs. R N. Crawford, and daughter
: Thomas' mother Mrs. O Haynes, :j !
Back: In the old) days uhen a woman I and sister, Mrs. P. J. Pearce Sat. !, and sons, A. J., Cecil, Robertand

went Milniniin' one hut .on tml.iy; anj Sunday : Effio attended church at Rock

it hnHiing Milt with lung sleeve, along I -- near Brooker. Sunday.E. .

L skirt and buttoned up ('It,,,.. I I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ogden and j W. Rosier and son Marcus t>f Free

t' round the neck. In mldltlon she family and Misses Mary and Barbara Jacksonville, were visiting 1''>tr. & SON S.A.I..
and Airs J. A. Chesser and Mrs.
put on n pair of hliu-k Mocking Clyatt all of Pompano were Delivery DKI'OI
Jean Ga.sklns
and a mm bonnet fit old boys guests Friday and Saturday of Mr. Sunday.

Hlttln' round on the lieuch couldn't and! Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Aim. L. Al. Murrhee and son .'fi

....1' u thinlf, hiltf' had n s ml -- Louie, were visiting her soninJawand '
time using, our Imagination. Themdiijs \li. and .lr8. J. .2.!. Brownlee daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. L. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23cUHOLK MUSTARD Quarts lOc t

lire over '10'I' don't blue will move out to Kingslvy Lake Gnsklns \Vat..ronk section, Sun ,
.Monday to spend the 'month of
to lisP our Imagination any longer, day.Robf."t't
August and while there will have and Effle Crawford attended (iltAIN NKLK-ICIttINO'
lint the hecU of It In now our je-
members of,their family visit them. the dance at Mr. and Mrs.

sight I.. gettlnVbad.NEW -- L. L. Melton's Saturday night near RICE 5 Lbs. 22c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c

Air. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Waldo.

Children Shirley Jean- and Betty Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Uasklns Mr.
ABKIVAL.SIKJTTED returned Monday fi'om west Florida and Airs. Fisher Gaakin and babyall
SweetSwingster BANANAS
VOILE 10 Ibs.
where they visited relatives at of Jacksonville spent Sunday 25c

DRESSES :Milton and PeasacoU.Mi. here with their mother, Airs. Jean

'. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee --- .. -
$1'98' Miss Virgie Lee Beck returned to iULJ.AWGS -
i( and daughters. Wins Mary Browne her home at Hawthorne Sunday after 10 Lbs. IrishPOTATOES t
i "'. l and Aladge. will spend the
spending several weeks with '
week-end! in Dd.and as guests of her cousin Inez Rosier CORNFLAKES Pk. 7'/c 19c
Col. and Mrs. ,J. E. Futch.
M'MMEK: CLEARANCE: S A Airs. J. S. Rosier and children of ] '

1.98 DRESSES I in Hawthorne Sunday.-
Plant City were visiting heir
ONE: LOT GOING AT son-in-law and daughter, 2tir."and li7iOOKERMi I Lb. 16c Lb. 22c L"

k Mis. F. H. Box Saturday and Sun '

$1.00 < day. ** S'cra (asiDe), Corresponded
,i I II.v We Dress Your Chickens For You '
At School 'I .
Mr. and Airs 1::. W. Hayes. Jr.. ;, '
''ot Tonight w'u" be a big night at II -- --
of :
Jacksonville were guest.
.KCUrCED PRICE I Hayes' parents. Mr. and Airs. E. .rr.// Brooker Sthool Two plays entitled 3 Large Pkgs.MATCHES 3pkgs.'I ,
"How the Story Grew" ami
Hayes. Sr. at their Klngsley
"Eight! Gossiping' Ladies", will be lOc SALT
cottage over the lOc
SUITS II -- presented tonight in the Brooker

$1.0H VALUE Miss Ann; Hawkins of Games- :j':'school auditorium at 8:15: o'clock II .-- --- _

vllle.-and John Marshall! Green and ;'p. m.
: George AIcMIIIan of Daytona I The cast includes! : ROUNDSTEAK Lb. 17c HAMBURGER Lb. 12c
$1.49 '- Beach were guests Sunday of Alias\ ;Mrs. Otis Berry_____..Mrs. Green I

-_ _ T ..la. .V.llrl.--.....-. -at. .tn0V...........-. -f.JlUO.----- Airs.: Cephu- Harrell__Airs.- Brown :
J. Rice
Mrs. C. Crews--------Mrs. Large Sweet

SI'KCIAl. Kisses Clarice Gill Elaine & -! Mis. Doo Little-Mrs. Royce Gainey I

os LADIES' wards, Lillian Afoseley. and Louree Mrs. Bean _.Airs. Jessie Wilson MIXED PICKLES 17c ALL CUTS FANCY VEAL | _
Snow--Mrs. Hazen
I Howard Ralph Jennmg and J. W. Airs. Emery
RAIN Mrs. Taylor t1rs. Lannle Parker ..
COATS Thomas and Edward Conerly spent --

Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. ,I Mrs White ..Airs. Grady Baxter TUXEDO FEEDS _
There will also be several cakewalks
$2.98l'MMEB Miss-Sophie; -Relnoehl and niece I right after the plays and QUALITY AT LOW COST

_ Miss Alberta Lyle of Jacksonville. "I: the sale cf) Ice cream. Come on eV-1 We Have a Complete Line of Feeds For All Purposes
and lets see who gets
Mr. and! cry
who have been visiting
CLEARANCE : Mrs. Ellery M. Davis returned cake and help Brooker P. T. A. I Cincy 24% Tuxedo

SILK DRESSES sonville.Wednesday to their home In Jack- School raise the Admission fund needed only for five Brooker and I EGG MASH 3.00 DAIRY FEED 2.50

k ,| ten cents at door. The P. T. A. I Iquilt

U.D8Lt.'E si : The -Rev. and-Mrs.-W. W. Lalte will be on display. I Cincy Cincy _
I i

$1.98U j.\\ II and Isabel daughters.Laite,Misses and MIsS Winifredand Jane Were. Priac* Albrteto I HORSE FEED 2.30' SCRATCH 2.75 _

We%he,. of J ckoj vUl, ass spendIng ta. "nifty aia.U..." meet
a vacation at Klngdey Lake United Mat** senators wer Princ '
PATS TO BUY AV I and occupying M18. C. C. Mendo- Alberta. Tba Stock coat was a lymbol No. 2 OATS 2.45 SHORTS 2.45We

STERNBERG'S za's cottage. Tbe Rev. Mr. Laite of itatetmaiuhlp and a beard

la pastor of the AvcndaJ Metho- wtt the mark of a man of maturity Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville Marketjjs _

,cUlt Church. and tubtanc. -

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Continued from Pare Three Ta..e 1 .............. ..... T It A 0....... A Tats test** Dererist/.. .... T H A 0...... A (;.... Berry Growers

i' neri. .i.. .* '. T R A 4>w.*r .a Costa; of I In
Lots 4. I, 4. 7 of Hilt SR. Com at a pt tOil 8 Louisiana

of NE' 6 22 O. Btrohfcldt __ 3.83 Livingston Truby A NW (' fs NWV ofNW'4
II. of NEi 2ft Harry
H ; "tG
NWjie17 _. __ ...88 655 E.
II A on W siOe of t'o'a Addition to Stark 28 8 23: R. L. Thomas run Form
Lots 1 B;, B. 7, 8. 9, 10 of Blk ft, N- 666 W flto Union
q, of 8W'4 ex N 1 A forchurch 83 U II Mrs. Annl. E. P.ttlt a.T'
: _____ 3.47 Ml: Livingston Truby At'o'H bra --- ---- -- "
J i .. .._ ____ 17 6 22 9 Lem Goodwin m
_____ '.SO Lot :2 I of Elk 2. J. M. Johns
1.1 I N% of SEU tt SEYt of Addition. to Starks.28 8 22 Frank Morgan n BATON ROUGE: La.
__.. ...ISNW"4 22 Edith Phelps _____ 33.04 Lot. 2. 3 of Elk 6. Living.Htmi. Sub Div of NI.of! F'armera.
II SE% 4 120 u __ 2.41
of 8ww- Truhy & Co's Sub 1'14.: _______ ___.33 U 1 Mn. Fannie Stewart from the five Louisiana
A In
NE Cor for church ex ,._...188Vi 6 22 3> Elisabeth DeSue ______ 7.21 Div of :NE'i of NKV, ____28 8 22 J. W. Robinson _._____ 347 Beg 399 ft W 01 NE Cor S ry Parishes have Incorporated htrkwber
of NE14 ot NE'A run "
Lot 2 of Elk 12, Livingston
t of SEW of sW% es 1 Ne
W ft N 1033ft LouUrfan. Farmers'
f Lot 'In NB Cor W of Trilby 4t Co's Sub .9i/ t8 ___._. S4 0 22 10 C. N. Holder Eat ____ 1.11 Protective Un
.41 399 to beg
_____ '
W. ____ unNE lily of NK'i of NE'428Lot 8 22 J. W. Roblneon d Ion here
6 22 20 J. Edward with
road -__ ..__._.______..:21 NW"' of SEii: A 1:1': L4 of the express
---- 3 of Elk 18 Livingston inten.
' 4 of SEV1 of SW'4.21 6 22 10 M Rhoden. ________ 7.64 'rru by A ,("0'. Sub SWt4 of NEl4( __-.85 112\ 80 Marlon Glle"on _______ 6.01 tlon of keeping production

NEW of NWV4 ex part Dlv ..f NE".4 of NE'i ..28 6 21 S. K. Kelley ____ 8.14 N,.' of SW'of N2SU 8Ii 6 U 20 L. A. Donally _______-- 1.1 dose
' 1 ,t f I heretofore deeded ._ _. 21 6 23 IB W. F. Mott __________ 52.09. W' of Blk 23, Livingston nn NW'. of NW' .a W(10 A and prices up.
9.92 Acre In 8B,4 of NWXJ Truby- & Co's Sub Dlv & W'4. of NE' of NWII II 60 Mary R. Maloney _____ 11.114 The

i see Deed Recorded InDeed of NE'4! of NKV4: ______28 I U Unknown ___.._______. :2.47 W'o! 01NE"( of 8W4? ____ 3 7 II 20 J. A. Geiger _.0___-___ 3.11 union first ol such '
l { F Book 40 at pace 8Wof NWIoO ___n____ 4 1 II .0 3. F. Herring _____n___ 6.28 the farmers of Louisiana fZ1
? r 21! 6 22 lOG. S. Bradley _________ 618 Lots 3, 4 of Rlk 28. Livingston 6 A In 8E cor of E'of J Wry7of BFk"1.8 oY"R"J: W Truby A Co's Sub strawberry belt Is the !;

i ex! 1 A In NB Cor & EH Div of NE14 of NEVi _._III 6 21 A. F. Paul ______ _____ 3.47 &NW'being W by 680: f:8: :''''& fJ !: 1'1 U 8 30hn Green _._ _____ ___ 3.41 long-felt dissatisfaction result
Lots 1. 4 or 8V of Blk 31.Livingston. with
offlk1NofR3W InTemples 8 4Ly A of that portion of the
38 : Sub Dlv _.- .- 21 6 23 9 D. L. Lloyd .__n_____ 1663 Truby A EL, of SW NE% present method of f'Jllngthrough
tf MW<4 of Blk 4 S of R a <'<>'" Sub Dlv of NE 4 of 11." lying W of ;;j't R't': 13 ____ 1 'II II RO.. Moors __________ U4 auction exchanges.
11 _
__ Unknown _
NE'4 21 4 .n
,1 r W & SWli of Blk 3 8 of Lot I. or NW14? 01 SE%
H 2 W tt 66 ft wide. R Lots 3, s"or N% of FTk"38. f NE's ---- 1 1 II 10 Oscar O.term.n ------ 11.18 Chief complaint has been
&Wby330ftN&SOnE Livingston, Truby Aio's 2 ; I In N). Cor of NEI4 ofSW the various marketing tonTnot
ri side of of Elk 8 Sub Dlv of NEl of au ,
N A 1:1
8EH 70 b"
i, t '," H of R 8 W. also that NE'4 __...___ ______-.2. 4 23 Alfred Barn. ._______ 7.39 "140' %yd. E yaw A W ____:____ 8 7 22 2 C. 111. Ritch ___________ ...10fOE" spread the supply over Wide

f portion of SWH of SW<4 SH of Elk 37, Livingston.Truby 1 of NEa ------9 7 .2 40 3. .:. Sullivan ________ 6.4 enough territory.
I ,. of NE>4 contained. In A Co's Sub Dlv N'o of SWV4 of NE\ ___.10 'i II 20 3. W. Edwarde _nu___ 891N44
5 $ also com at a pt 174 ft NMi, of Blk 37, & nil Elk 38. N'y of SW. of NWI% ___11 7 21 20 CJ.m A. Orlffle-------- B.at of 1937 farmers' unions act
t N of SE Cor of land 'vlngston. Truby A 8W" 01 SW % of NW%___11 7 22 10 Z. Z. OrIUI" _________ 1.1 may esub.
y+ + owned by Jennie ...- I'o's Huh Dlv of NEVi of Sty of NW% 01 5W4..11' T 22 20 Judge Knltf..n. ________ ..81 lish such marketing agencin and
,, man A run N 484 ft W NE'---2! 4 II-A. O J.nkln.--__ 144 01 % __ 17Ey '7 M..... Te..11 ___ '.11 may legally adjust
C I H25 ft, H 484 ft. E 625 Lot 1 SH;; .>, Lot 3 of Blk 01 NW'4oof N11V _--17 7 27 220 J. C. Terr e. A.t ______ 1.11E1501 shipment by
ft to beg IIln Temple .3. Davis A Truby' Ad- A WF6p limiting volume and
Sub Dlv __ ,___-_-..21nm 4 23 13 Ben Dell _____________ ]2.50I dillon to Stark. ____._. 28 4 21 Quigley. Davis ______ 11." s. : 'EVN" undesirable grades. prUhlbltlng

I 3 s of R 1 w & E'4 of Lots 1. 2. 8. 4. 6. :, ,1.,1 A offN Y!. of SW% _
h Hlk 8 Sot R 2 W In Fracl 1 Let on ,, .. of) W 2& A 01 NE4! of Other Louisiana pioduug to

PWM! of NE'i, Temple. Blk B ex:: S 8 ft of Lot 8W'1$ 7 22 110 B O. Dy..1 ____________ 8,90q which such a plan

I !fub Dlv ..-.. .? _.. ____.21 6 23 It Ben Dll ______________ 618 7. 8, Jones Addition to \ of SW'i.N WoS J9 1 22 20 H. B. Wiggins ___00___ 660S might ItPPly
R Lot 4 of Blk 1. Plnehurst Starke _. __ ._. _________28 4 22 R. S. Wasdln _________ 72.63 300 ft % are shallots string bp"n ,n

Development _.. ....21 6 22 C. Letecb'------------- 2.17 NV.. of Lot. 3 A all Lot W vf ny -_ _________18 7 22 II Fo..mo.t Dairy Producle potatoes caeca
SMJi 131k 4. 6. 7. 8 of Elk 1. Highway Co 4.14
{ 07 Lots 7. 8 of 2, Pinet ----- ----- ----
t hurst I'.velopment31 6 22 Mrs Maud Walnwrlgbt7,04 Addition to Starke-28 42) Mary O. Walnwrlght__ 1.14 Con, at SE Car of Bee 1. A .+-

Lot 3 of Blk 2, PlnehurstDevelopment Lots 2, 3, 4, 6, 6. 7, 8, 9 of run N 12'. yd". W 70 yde. There are thirty-four
_____ _..21 6 22 Gto. F. YoungC .. 1 46 Klk 2. Highway Addition M 724, ydll, JoJ 10 yde to Pllt( tiring
" ,y 3 W.. All WH of Elk 4 S of 00-R 2 ---- to Stark ___ 28 4 21 Mary O. Walnwrlght__ 16.23N10ft5ii.ofLot beg u. ____.._________ _.18 1 22 1 H. V. & J. H. Saxon ____ 18.19 attorneys at Tallahassee
? ) Wand all EH, of Blk 4 4 A S Wo t4 of a 1 A LotInSW
r Sof RaW & NW<4 off 39 ft 7inofLot6ofBut '0" of SE',. of SE" of OTI'FJ 0..
t Hlk 4 8 of R 3 W In 8. Temple addition to NE' .. ___________ _____.18 1 22 O. K. Prince __________ 6.48 FOR TAX CPPI.I( 4'1 It\
t t ; Temples. Sub Dlv ex 8 Stark ..? __..______28 4 21 Quigley. Davis ______ 1.44 Corn lit SW Cor of REVE of ."...... BIll ,HRIn"0. :

)C t A .old ]Mrs ]Murrhee.___21 8 II Unknown ..._...._____ 904 Lots 4, 5. of Blk 14, Temples SE4 oft run N 100 ft. JDiOI'tbP NOTICE i5'" JfftED01! 101:1&\:
F'i of NEVi- ot NE4! of Addition to "Starke.28' 6 It C. A. Futch _________ ..30 : : S 100 ft. W 210 L W. "Howell' holder roC EN':. TMt,
I E* --- "-U I II E Unknown 369 Lots 2 of Elk 14. Temples ______________19 7 22 J, H. Saxon ______-____ 13.14 cute No. 28. I""u..d the Tar .rl"I."
T NEIoO of SE'i'of >EW ... .22 I II 10 Federal L------------ 14.63 I.Addition to Starke.28 6 21 M. Rhoden ___ _______ 22.01 Corn at SE! Cor of Sec 18 A July A. D. 1927. bas filed 4th. day or'
41tj KEV of NW 4 of BE'i ,.28 8 II 10 Harry Stern _.._._____ 2.87 Lots 1 2 of Elk 16. Tem- n run W 800 ft, N 440 ftto my office and has made. same" 'In

J'' NW\i\ of NWV4 ____. ____ 23 I II 40 T. 8. William ________ 14.63 ,Addition to Starke.28 I 21 J. T. Qulgley ...______ '." a pt of beg, thence 01 for a tax, deed to be 'Is.uert API.llcalion Iher'.D.,
.E Lple 105 ft. N lOb ft. W 105 ft Said certificate
w'----------23 6 II S Mr*. Bertie Terrell 7.84 1ft.8 Temples A NW of Addition Lot 9, Blk to S 1011 ft to bet _._____.18 .7 22 D. W. S..lnel.lI ________ 4.10 ln. described property embraces In th the. Coun..

All Wii of NEU of SEV4:' Stark _______________28 6 It D. C. Klnlaw _______ 67.75 IAInNEL4ofSWt4Soffly ty Of Bra n ___________ __ Florida
N of road -- 23 8 II 11 J. O. Boyd ---------- 14.93 ___.19 7 22 1 Thomas 01111. _________ 1.18 wit:
1'i' N 25 A & E 800 ft of the S Lota 1, 8. 13, 14 of Elk 30. i Elk 1 In 1Ian.plon ___18 7 Z2 J. H. McU..ud.r _______ 3.bO Lot Nine Block
Temple* Addition to Lot 18 of Elk 14 oft W44 Of Slxt"
16AofSWl4ofSW( %
t't I t ; 1 N of public road ...__..23 6 22 28 Federal Land Bank __ 29.40 Stark ________________ 21 6 2'.7.. H. Ritch __________ 22.79 Elk 2 _________________18 7 22 3. H. Saxon ________ 11.18 Mty Seven, Section! South ; ght. TnwMnp
Lot. 3. 4. 6. 6. 7, 10. 11, II All nlk 3 I.. Range Twenty
of swv of NE" Hampton I' T 22 J. H. Saxon _____ ___ n.. I-a"t.
t1 All W'4 of Dlk 20. Temple Addition Lore I. 8.1. 8. 801 Elk 1tA
Eli of SEVi of NW4A to Starke _______28Lota I tt J. H. Hitch ___________ 1.14 Lol. 10. 11. 12 of Dlk arty. asMessment of .
of l 6 22 22 C. B. Strickland under the crrurnperl.
--- l.n: 8, 9 of Blk 20. Temples 18 In _____ ______ said ,,
> PNE"------------: : : :::: HAmplon --- 7 22 A. A. MeDonaIO 20.11
NK of 6 23 40 A. Bronke ..... In the
l 4 ;:- --- Addition to Starke 21 I 21 -.7. H. Rltch __________ 4.80 Nu of NEV.. A SWVoNE4i Wad.W"" came of FlorUnlexs .
of $ 28 22
PW% E'------------ 4 40 Mrs. Etta Brlneon11.79
f Fracl Lot 9 A
Elk 21 lee.
ex 8 A right of .

f W 4 of EU_!___of__._5E'of_.__ 27 22 10 Mr.. A. F. King _____ 4.20 N 80 ft of Lot 10 Temples way oft S'A 01 NE" ofNWy4 deemed according said c.rlltl"8oh.1I\ thi be rt.
t SWt4f Addition to Starke.lS I'Cl M. Rhoden __________ 60.66 Ie", to law.
) it 0t NWIoO __________.27One 28 40 R. B. Alvarea ____:_ 11." 2 A In SE erly ;described: therein will l.e. prop.
Lot 2 3 of Blk 22. Temples told
Car .
4 1 22 135 In. Ivey Pollard ___ 6.8'1 10
A In SW Cor of E' of the highest
Starke.ISLots I J. W. Edward......__ 3.69 bidder at the
t'r' KE% of 8E 4 ._ _______27 4 !I 1 C. N. Holder __________ 1.43 Addition to Ety ot SWV------------------20 01 NWtNoy .. house door on the flrn :' court!
SH, of Swri; of NW14 ___.27W'4 4 23 20 Warren E. Ferklna ____ 4.73 1. 2, 3, 4. 6. 4. 7, 8. 9. of NWYY of SW"20 1 22 .0 H. C. Green ___________ 9.89BFa'4 the. month of September Nundey In
10, 11, Beau Kejour Addition !; of _________ 1937 whkh
NW of NWV. -- 20 1 22 tUalvln Hartllne ______ I.U III the
of Ei of
117, % to Starke ______.21 1 tt Qulgley A Davis ______ 15.23 Lo 9 W of highway' ubDlv 81h. day of I-I..pt.nh..r 1937.
__ on 1 II B A. F. P. _______ 4.80 Doted
RW" King this'
NW'., of'sWH'of'NE I 10 Kit William 400 Com 110 ft S of SB Cor of :a- .,. '. ,_., __ I of SW i4 of RW20 7 II H. V. oft 3. H. Saxon m_ 8.41 (OFFICIAL SEAL tdlh. day cr Iola, 1'37.

n w 13 A of NBi; of NWH-H : II 13 Delia I Keller ::--?-::= 7.64 Penn Ave A !State Highway Wj! "of S'bfL. SW;:! __.2l 1 22 20 T. J. Alderman ________ .81 A. J. THOMAS) '!
A E about 100 N
run & 44 o!
U. at NW Cor of NEt. ot8B44 1 Clerk
K of
& run S 91 ft, ft. ft! 220 ft. W 100 ft toHighway s H'14 "--------------_--2f 1 II 120 w. P. Tho..nto" --_______14.99 Bradford circuit roourot\
thence E 628 ft. thence thence along E'la of NEI' E1j, 06 SW4? __ '...-6t.-20 County, Florida
( c N 92 ft. thence Westerlyrn ) Highway to beg InStark. of NEt4 -___________-26 7 22 100 A. Sullivan ___________ 8.88
Q ____ __ __ __ _11 6 tt Quigley A Davie ___ 12 88 N ___
of __
t N line. of said 40, 628 m Wt4 NW\-4.\ _____28 T 22 40 T. J. Alderman ________ 8.17NWa :.MOTK'R Of APPI.II ,
ice ft to beg, also beg at Lot. 11, 12. 13. 14 A Fracl "''Wt % t NEy4 0028_ 7 Y8 10 L 116. Jon.. n___ ..10 VON TAX 1IKKII: \11\
S 1 HW Cor of SEVi of NEVi: Lot In Cooksey Add to 01 RF. _28 30n.a _..._____ 1.28 t,...... Bill .No. rata
t I'' A run N 828 ft, thence E Starke Bounded N by NEV: of : ex 14 A S of
St. public road ___ 29 1 U 28 T. J. Alderman _____ 11.88 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Thor
Call W l
t>25 ft, thence' 8 828 ft to by Bay -- -- -- m
f f j H line of said 40, thenceW A B :"t'Madison St ____ 21 6 21 G. C. Livingston ____-__ 107.96 NWL4 of BW'. ._______-29 7 U to Y. WI Saxon _________ 8.0e Florence Tax Varnadoe, holder u ot
on line 626 ft to One Lot com at SW Cor of SW'4 of NE4. A10Aon Certificate No. 47. l.suV the

keg -_________________.27 1.1 6 R Gray 3.72 Call & Bay Bts & run W aide. of !'lEI% 01 NEva5ANr.p 6th.has filed day of September A. D 19j,
In NW xani In my office and. hu
W on Call St 330 ft to 11
,I On. lot In NW Cor of Wit' Bioadwav Son Cor nf NE SEI AIn made application for a '.. to
..? SEVi of 8E" of NEVi said Kt i'otd f"t'lc."nc, NE Cor of NW24 of be Issued thereon. Said ."rtI; .:.

,GI h..ln/f.U ft E & W by K 830 ft to Bay St. SE',. -.__________ ______29 7 21 GO T. J. Alderman _______ 211.10 embraces the. following d*.chbrl
]10 ft N & S __________28 S 22 A. J. WUkersoD ______ 4.97 thence N nn Bay St; IDdft Reg .t FlW Cor of NE4i4 ofNEL4 property In the County of Hudforl"

I J Com oflNE" NB Cor of to beg In Starke____.21 ft 22 A. E. Moltt Hlr ____ 23.31 oft run N 220 yd8.th..n State of Florida, to-wlt :
KEi; & run W Com at NW 'or of San .. E In a Southerly Lot Eight of Block "Slatcm,
1 420 ft. ft 105 ft. E' 420 ft. derson Lane A Hogan direction. 288 yd8 to public Ward City Section Eight Town.

z, .err N 105 ft to bea;_______.. 28 1 23 1 I. J. Keller ___________ 6.13 Alley A run N on said I' 0 a d thence SEI ship Seven South Range Twen
One. lot 40 ft E A W by 105 Lane 62ft. W50ftS along public road ty East:'
{ ft N 8 In NW Cor of 62 ft to Hogan Alley 114 yd8. thence S III yde. Th* assessment of the HHld, prop.
U ,'t.E'4 of NWM of SE-4 of thence B 50 ft to beg In thence. W 440 yd" to b., erty under the said ('..rllfl'o,.? ,li.

y Ne ____._ 21 I IS TUgfr Battle ......._ 4.87 Starke -_..__.____ __ 28 22 Dr.> E. L Dine _______ 27.77 74AASE'S ENEJ sued wan In the name ..f U. &
$ All NW"4 of8E>4"lyIni"N One lot Com 60 ft W of le a W 1/4' A A Oalney.
4i of Call Fit W of Canal NW Cor of Sandersonl fiE'. I.... 344 A In NW Unless said certificate fhnll h* r.

p ';A, A B of Church ft ex the .. A Hogan Alley A ("or _____----______--_ .19 1 U 'lII D. O. Durham ____.____ 18.114 deemed according to law the prop.
followingdescribed I N 117 ft, W BPg. at a pt .00 ft S of NW arty described. therein will be lOW
;' piece of property frontina I Su63 ft, W 65 ft. :1&: Sirft Cor 3f18 W.t.0 :% A to the highest bidder at the tout
; rm Church Bt: E. H. to Hogan Alley run E ft. N house door on the first Monday II
"+ : Kmlth's home; Mr.. Ma 1 I Thence E on said Alley 1030 ft 10 Ry thence. the month of September 1937. which

'e. tllda Lee. home; The 140 ft to beg In Starke-.88 6 23 Dr. E. L Birc. _____._ 20.27 % along Ry ft _beg29 1 21 11 3.W. A Etti. D.d.nbau.h .10 I I. the 6th. day of September, US',
Episcopal Church andParsonsve 5 : Dated this I8lh. day of July 1li1.
i Com at NE Cor of Hogan ,.
If. ; J. C. Hoover I Alley "JI.X.t A run N ..... % -________________29 T 18 8 Knott & ________ lf.el (OFFICIAL ,lp.1H.
h home. A n.-_ M Sletrunk. 'liD ft, E 6.4.4 S 1D$ Lot 14 of Elk 4 Sub Dlv A. J. ,110MAA,
home :_.: ::_:.== :::= :21 1 II 29 Quit-ley: A Davie ______ 74.43Unknown ft, W 62ift' to n.beg In of NVi; of NEW of NW"._U 7 21 1 Lltmie Smith ________ teal 1 Clerk of Circuit; Cnuri, of

tI' Lot 4 of 831k 1, OriginalTown Starke _______________28 1 2* R. A. Green. __________ 14.41 Lots 1, 2. 8. 4, lib 4 of Bile Bradford County Florid
of "t.rk.n21. 6 SS ...________ a.19 One lot of land In Starke 31 A EH of 82 In 7235t820NOTICR
Lot 8 of Blk) 3. Original 262 ft N4Sby210ft Blantons Add _!________30 7 11 L. A. & Stella John.._ 4.91]I 1-
Town of Starke ___ 28 < II Quifley' Davie ____... 7.13 E & W Bounded N by St Lot 1,2.3.4. 5 of Blk 11 OPron -PPL.'TIO\

L4 Lots l. 3illt. oftlf..bi: Lot\ & E by Sanderson Lan.28 S SS J. W. Harrell ________ 22.61 In Hampton: __________10 1 II M.... Elel. Sparkman ._ 4.41]1 TAX DEED
7 of Elk 12. In Gasklna Add to Lots' 18. 20 In McCall* ... Bill Me. Ifi31

i1 Town of "Htsrke ________28 < 21 Quit-ley: A Davl ______ 142.10 Starke _-------_----_--29Blkx I SS Floyd Green. _mm___ 17.66 Addition -_--.-----_---30 7 22 Ovid Hayne _..__.._. 12.3!I NOTICE IS HEREBY tilt K.N.: Thil
,' One lot 60 ft E A W In SW 9, 14 In Oaskln Addition N'-j'\; of Blk 4 In Hampton.80 7 11 Frank C. Gould _._____ 68.0 I I Mrs. Bertha Greek holder of T..

r I F for of Lot 7 of Elk 14, I I to Starke _____ __29 4 23 S L A. Davl Jr. ________ SI.81 Lot 1, a. of Elk 11 A lots Certificate No. 267. Issued the iliasame 7th
Original Town of 3'a? A In NW Cor of NEVi S, 7. 8 of Blk 11 In day of July A. D. 1930. has

Slarke ?----_--._.....IB 4 11 Quigley. A Davie -_____ 36.71 of SEV being 388 ft NA Hampton _--. -.._._--30 1 22 Mr*. Ada Nlmmo ______ lOlt!I In my office and has madeapplication
:E20ft8InofLote6o! S by 303 It E A W____29 8 22 4 L. A. Davis Jr. ________ 4985 Lots 6, 9. 7, 8. .. 10 11. II, for a tax:: deed to. M
Blk 10. Original Townof Com at NW Cor of Madleon 13. 14. 13. 16 of Elk 10 In Issued' thereon. Said certificate! un

t Starke' ___ __._____h:8 8 22 Chat. O. Woodbrldg.. 77.40 A Myrtle Ate .A run Hampton _____.____.__ 30 7 21 L. A. A Stella John ._ 7.2 brace the following described prop.erty
i Lots 4, 8 of Blk 14 ex E ,V on Madison Rt 210 ft Lots, 6, 6 of Blk 11 In In the County of I Hrndftnt

4t\ ft. Original Town of *"'N 334 ft, E 210 ft to Hampton .__30 7 22 Jos. B A Mary Ackley._ 16.19 State of Florida to-wit.
tttarke' ..._____________21 1 II -. Cb.... Q. Woodbrldg_ 16414 Myrtle St, thence S Lots of Elk-13 In I.ot 15 In Woodlawn Section H

:B 88 3-20 ft of Lots &. 7, along: said St. to beg- ..aPlo.n ___,_--_-.__..30 7 22 W. O. Seals ___________ 16.11 Township 5 South. Range" 22
..f Blk 17, Original Town 2 A, also 114? A In 8W SLj of SWW Of SWW ____30 T 22 20 Pat Adam ____......_ (.11 East containing 10 Acres, more
., of Starke ___________.11 S It Chat 0. Woodbrldg__ 121.43 Cor; of 'SEk: of 8E% cf Lot 1 of WHof NWW __31 1 22 10 Hester Adam ......_ ..11 or less.The .
W 84 2-3 ft of Lots 6. 7 of NE'4 --29WH 22 4 L. A. Davis Jr. ________ 11." Late 411 of WH of NW81 7 22 20 R. D. Fort .___.....__ (.17 assessment. of the paid property I"
Blk 17, Original Town of of SEU' of NEK ASWi Eu K of SW% of under the said certific'Htr
r Stark 28 4 21 Cha G. Woodbrldg___ 77.40II BElG ____ sued was In the name of J H 8t rUna -
50 E t by'To ; of NE\4 ex 3Vi A I -- -----oo --34 7 22 10 Unknown __________ 1.94
One Lot ft W In NE Cor A 3H A inNWCor&ex4AIn8W Com at NW Cor of NEW .
ftN&Sin14WCnrof of NEW run 8 385yds Unless. said certificate shall bf redeemed
Blk 18. Original Townof Cor A SEt of NW4 al- E 251H yds. N 885 according I to law, the property
Btarke 21 6 Mrs. Clara L. Peek___ 1.44 so 1 lot com 820 ft W I yd.. W 251 vZ beg. described therein I will be told)
Lot. 8' 7. of E------------ I b dnal'town of SE Cor of NW% A A SEW of NEW lees l 6 A to the highest bidder at the courthouse

of 8Ia..ke.11 I tl X.. A. Davis Jr. __.____ ".1' run W 60 ft, S 890 It, ..t inNECorA3A3nSW I door on the first :Mrndaylt' .
Lot 4 ex N 10 ft of WV4 A to State Road 28 thenceE Cor __ 35 21 52- the month of September. 1937. which
e ------- -- --- 23.61 .
ft of Lot 8 of : *.*. W4 01 NW% 01 SW.. ? Tv-BWT.kh'D.: Is the 6th, day of September. 193'Dated
to lkIPt; e:3ti.1 a' tIi: on said road 60 ft. __III 23 20 .:.:::_ I.'. !1931.
Original Town thence N 390 ft to the SW of NW _-_-_n_ Z 8 220 Unknown ._______..._ 6.38 this 16th. day of July,
of Stsrke __..___.-___.28Blk 4 Zl Q. C. Livingston ______ 86.40 pt of beg ______________29 6 22 34 L. A. Davla Jr .._.____ ".08 Beg at a pt on W aids of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
II, Original Town of Ky right of way on N A. J. THOMAS
r 2 'A In NE'4 of 8EH line ;of Sea Clerk of Circuit/ ,v>iirl of
Starke 21 S 81 Cbas G. Woodbrldg _. UI." 2 A run 8 on
bounded B
Lot 1 of Blk 26. Original by DowllngaAdd S St.W right of way 96 yds. W Bradford County. Flotldn
Town of Btarke _-____--21 1 11 Mr. Minnie E. QolgUy. 11." to Westmoreland Starke by St 35 yds N 96 yd* to said 7-23-51-8-20 J
Lot 1 1 of Blk Seo line, thence E
4. 17. Original on
Add to
Town of Starke____21EH 4 II Mrs. Anna G. Murrh*.. 14-07 A N by Gaskln said line to beg A NOTICR OF APPLir 1'10\
-% in
_.29 < 22 2 J. G
Starke ._._._._. Boyd _____ ___ 6.60
: of Lot. 1, 8. 6 of Elks SE>4 of SWW ._.______ _._II 6 23 38 I. W. Andreu __00_____ 6.73 WH 1'E.ofof NWW' !. ___- _____ t 23 1 U. P. Davie _u___-___ 6.61 ( BUI We. 183)
28, Original I Town of Cor of NW e WH 4 of
________________ 1-oca C. ___ ____ 40 Beg at SW % SEW of NOTICE 18 HEREBY GI\ EN. Th,1CertlfiDcate
,i "Starke II 1 n Sweat 4 of 8E>4 A run N 430 ft. NEVi ____.____ I I II 80 Unknown _________ Its ToE
On. lot 80 ft "q| In NB Cor for pt of bee, thenceE SWW of VWW __________ 4 8 21 to W. P. Harden _____ .... No x824, teen.. of "
a the
d. > 5
of. Blk ... extended NEW of ______ ,
1 29 on 210 ft, N about 400tt >> SEW -- ___ 6 1 13 40 W. P. Harden ________ 4.38 of A. D. 1930. hat filed
E day
Ensey Map OriginalTown ofNE'
r of Atarlt. ------- 28 IS L. A. Davla Jr. ..__m_ "40 to to' highway Sec line W, thence 210 ft j Ij I 1 r Eol of: ..J'or E34 a! came In my office and .has mad: application ,t
1 Lot 3 of Elk SI. 'J. M. 4 NEI% / for a tax deed to be
d 8 to'pt of beg, also beg I rat ___ I II 111 Mr.. Minnie 1. Triplett5.6$ ."'
John Addition to : S Hof NEW A NW'A\ of sued thereon. Said certificate
SB of
Starke ________________28 4 21 Mary B. Maloney ______ 1_16I Cor of 8E" bracea. the following. described property
1113 10
0 22 120
----- Unknown _____ _
S 10 ft of Lot 4 A all Lot HW 4 A run W ft E, rastttiftitt, 'I 1 !It. I I'' Ii ,, "n NH of NW\ EwVxB 4 ______ 20.lt In the County of Bradford

i I Lot 8 of Elk 84. J.; M. f081t!\ IttJo *i highway' See line, J' .. r A
John Addition to I thence B to bee ____...29 1 tt t L. A. Cavil, J... ._______ 17.11 25 Larson ______________ 1.118 West Half of of E\'c-
N of
C. A of Northwest Quarter
Btarke ----------------2. 4 II-D. Xlnlaw _______ 80 Con 210 ft N of SB Cor of WH of NH of
t Lot. 2. 4 of Blk 34. J. M. of NWV A W NEL_ ____________ 18 U 25 Leonora. Mlnnlck __ __ tlon 26 Township 5 South. lame,
NEW run 10." "
.f ? of W-of 00 20
Johns Addition N3. of 22 East containing
to S1 .
"Htarke _______________ 28 4 II J. T. Qulgley __00_____ 402 ft.210 S ft.210 N ft 210 to bea-ft. B____210_.29 < tt Leonard Griff eke & St4 o NEt}; of more or less.
______ 2.12 of the said prP
I of Elk 87. J. NWY- __ U b The assessment
Loi&ljo Wlla of NW'yofSE'Sex oN ------- -- -- t3 48 F. M. A Alletta O. 'I irate i u
said :
? Starke _*___Addition__________to__21 II-D. C. Jones .._________ ES.Ca) NWL4ofNWwez10A8of 6 A .80 4 tl 14 Willie Lu".. _.0_____ 1.00 S of SE?. of SW44 of Fleming -......._.._.. 14.27 euel arty was under In the the name: of J 5. "a"

Lot of e Blk. 4 A 37 N. 20 J. ft M.of John Lot I, I I Canal ----.-- ._____..80 I It 30 Mr*. M. B. Hull ___00__ 12.09 NW'4 ---.____________26 I 12 5 Isaac Mitchell ________ 1.12 '"fnless said certificatehnll" be

Addition to Starke ____21 I It J. T. Qulgley ________ 18.44 E'i A of N of NEL4 Ry of__NE'4_-. __ex_._3_318E < 21 II W. H. Noegel---------- 3.17 C. A.. KNIGHT Tax Collector, Bradford County Florida. redeemed according therein I.. law.will| Ihlproj..t bt
I In BW Cor >. of NEW A )' described thecourt
: bidder at
J Bounded \vOffE'JE> of NEW: the highest
N by John Add W 4 BOREE house door on the first MO":
&N "
AofNE'4ofN .
!' by Ry 8 by See line alao of BEt. A W'i? of NEUof HOME day In the month of S epremt'0ernbe. r.
lot 4: 10 of Elk 47, J. Full Umt of which la I the 8th day
3 In NWCor Caskets
SEW ex A a Undertakers S. .
M. John. Addition to SW .. "". 1931.
frtarke _______________II f II J. _____ ClO. Acx4A la AMBULANCE 8BBVIC- Dated thl 14th. day Of July.
I G. Boyd ____ 7 Cor _--_.__ -__--___---32Beg I 12 41 J. T. Jones ____m_____ SS.51
I Lot 3 of 1. Livingston.Truby at a post 8H chns N DAY AND NIGHT (OFFICIAL ) .
& Co' Addition A. J. THOMAS

b to Starke ---__________,II I IS c. Livingston _-____ 8 19 SW of >SE* A Cor run of N367.100 8E"4 of 53 PHONE 63 Bradford Circuit Court*lon of'"-
Lot Blk County
'* 1,6of 1. Living
Chns. W 14 Chns 8 O. H.
+ ton, Truby A Co'a Addition BENNETT. Mfi.A -23-6t-8-20
E 6 Chns
to Btarke ________11 < IS 6 10-100 Chns. HOME-LIKE
3. W. Edward -____u_ t 30 N 2ft Chns E-8 Chow to INSTITUTION". TI '\
Lot 6, 4. 7 of Blk I, Ll.- W of NOTICE OF APPHC
," Ingaton, Truby A Cow road *_x___portion__ __u___ .___33 6 12 4 Vasco Mitchell ________ '.81 FOR TAX !DEED\ 1f1.'I'
Lot Addition 4, 11 of to Blk Stark 11, Livingston --_II 1 IS 0. C. Livingston __-___ 11.68J. Lots 6. 8 of Elk 11. Lin - .. ... ... I _,, 4 WmAtw IS HEREBY* Bill 10 01tO.: Tri;:tNOTICE
: 32 f S3 Jessl Johnson '
City ----- --- --- __ 2.17 of
Truby A Co' Lo"tOlr ------ W. H. Smith holder Taxf"'Vf
of Blk( 13 LincolnCity ;

( Lot Addition 6 of Elk to Stark 11.C Llvlnfeton _21 I II G. Boyd ___________. ll.CIUnknown Lot 8 of- _Elk____IS h,,._Lincoln_______82 4 23 Dan Jenkins ..____00__ 2.17 IEALi Y'S SERVICE STATION rate August. No., A.125 D., Issued 1920, ha.made the tiled 6thi.aDDi't tame etlnn litmy

Truby Addition _______ ________ Wllll office and has .
City U. 23 thereon.log
King ..
________ 1..' 1""II..d
_______ h.
to stark _21 4 21 for tax deed to
____........_ II Cl II'!. A Com at NW Cor of .... Ih"
Lot 7 rf Elk Living 'ounpv;
11. (
I i' eton, Truby A Co's Ad NW Sec of line Wi4! A run Son ..At t STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS de.crlbedtproperty In the 10'

Lotditl8onetto Blk Stark 14. ______.ng-_28 4 II Hay i A Strnbrg ..._ 114 E to within to a 40 lIoel.th..n" ft, .* 1 e: of wit Bradford, State of Florida.,

Mon A Co'. of the center of R). : "Section. d Tnwnship
Truby NW
Addition ATlAS of NEW
to Stark .___21 II parallel with : AND BATTERIES. ova TIBKS AND 7 Range 21' h'tet'
4 "South
$ G. H. Bennett ....__.. 11 44J. Rv to N tin. of saidNWW BATTERIES ,rYe.
Lets :3 of : ARC court
I. Blk 14, Llv.Inirston UNCONDITIONALLY OUABANTEED containing 40 Acres,
t" of 8W! thence :
a1 Truby to Stark A .Co'_,__._21 6 tl W to bea- __________-___S3 4 23 1.7. C. Jon. _____.0.0___ 4.91 FOR ONE TEAR AND W MONTHST .. pleeuedWa.
:1I C. Terrell Agent ._ 21 41 Com at NW Cor of NWUof t. tyhunderathe &idfceritficJ"
3. 12, 13, 14 of WASIDNG-POU8B1NG-WAXlNG-OIUlASING .
"' NWH A run 625 ft Specialty
Bile 18 I.
Livingston T..uby 2f In the name of W. .
I H 105 W
k A Co's Addition to --___-__- ft. ft. N "Id certificate shall prop: ,
Stark -- -_. _________21 4 12 W. T. -----------2$7 105 ft to beg-1'4 A ..__U 8 22 Puby A. Hayes ___.___ 4.19 deemed according to lawy the s0'd'
4. 8 of Living, 6 A In NW Cor of "NE'i.of FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL 60 ... d..crlb.d therein. will boe
1..0:1'0 Trnby lkIi 8C Ad HE 14 being 417... ft E:: bidder at c7YIehouse
to the highest

i Lditslon to Stark* -- 13 4 11 J. O. Boyd _____._____ 114 JJ.W A by In 440H N If Cor ft N ef A ITWK' g A ASK ABOUT door on the flrot/ I"ndohl., n
0, 10 of Blk )
II. a Our Price.k. MOTOR the month of Sept.m her. wl"17.la .
i of $E'. being 831%, n EAST 1 ATMENTPLAN : .
; 77 Livingston, Truhy Co'. of Reprembtr. !
4th.. day l :.
,5ipt) N A 8 *>T 147'%" ft on N I "*
I Lots.IIf.n13I.01tkHlk-"f8:2I: I 12 John M. Seymour_ .. 311 side A 61.1 ft on 6 side to ON TIRES LINES AGENTLACY Date! this I4th' day of

i Livingston.' / Trnby er public road ___ ___.._ ___13 4 21 17 'hu... G. Wcedkrla. 11.11 a BATTERIES: Are Right (OFFICIAL. J.8EALA. THOMAS) .
t Co' Addition to stark 21 4 11 A In NW Cor of NE4 er 410 __ 43ONWAYY Curt('<
1. R. M.... Clerk of Circuit
... _. 2410 .I NW?. .__. .________12 4 .II I J. G. BOYd _____ 1.71 Bradford County Florin-I


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DIBECTORYr.Jir :ourt Bill Definitely Sour Stomach ; qrri- -Il-- _*

6 .\ CIltRCIlItl' Dead In CongressThe
n.\I'TIST -r '
I Ir

i'IK"" School.C n ,T'100'clock Pastor a. m, LIVE STATE NEWSNews present Congress has been Quickly Sweetens FARMERSSECTION'I

sunJa n session more than six months

J 1'boma. Supt.Worship.. 11 a- m. in Short Paragraphs n that time It has passed a large I. Demonstration Agent*
of Florida' Conducted by
Morning r u meets at 6:30: p. m. r:lumber of bills -more than ninetyer 1 In This Easy Way

Lnins Worship. 8:00 p. m. I ) cent of all measures are ap- r

f !Teachers Meeting. WednesMr 11)ioved/ by a unanimous vote as If you wish to secure quick relief -
Li -
S local Importanc -
m.lldweek a.-- -- :hey are only from, the agonies caused by I-
1.15 p. Pruyer B"rvlce, Wed- I mil don't umpire arguments and excess. add due to faulty digextion,,
) m. MAYOK GF.TSIt I T'lJtSTI \101t K1I.I.K.1 Icbate. Hut most of the really big Just take a spoonful of Biama-Rex I Hints To Housewives tWeekly

tJay 8:00: p. DAYTONA BEACHMayor H. PENSACOLA Aviation Cadet I terns! on the calendar remain to be In glass of water. -

TIIo; ;: CHURCH H. Armstrong, on leave of absenceIn reserve student ,considered. The real work has COMMON SENSE
: Arthur Rigler a
Mr that Demonstration
'tV .\. Fisher. pa.'ItorsupJ.y Sarannc N. Y., today was driv- from Plain*low, Texas was ';:one on. not on the floor of the You will rapidly disperse of from Home

Re' School---10 a m.Eporth ing a new automobile a birthday killed here when his training plane !I louse! or Senate but In the com- peculiar heavy feeling and the In the anxious pit Br SPUDS JOHNSON Spf>rliai..t<*, Tallahassee j

rnlng WOl'shlp-11 a. In. gift of city employees and members crashed at the Naval Air Station I nlttee !rooms where leaders plead. the stomach .

)! ) Lcague-7:13 p. m. of his political party here. -.- hreiHen argue and sweat., nervous feeling of a disquietedstomach. will be \.titT\RI.E: GltOt FRet! OP Bt'll.l> (alT TERMiTES :

rvenmu: Worship-8 p. ra. Ol'sT ST\M-iTlLL: j The originally Supreme Court Stomach' that gas can take a I'UUtll ARE IMIMUIMN: at eliminated so you
prayer meeting. Wednesday OK\\NKI> IV RAIN BAKKKL. I Mil is definitely dixul. Admlntstra- without fears of M.\ : ('OSllt'l: USS powders that will destroy many a
of1 breath any
MIAMI. -William Thomas Hol- JACKSONVILLE Efforts! Ion floor leaders didn't even bring deep destructive pest are not so effective

8 p.m! at't invited to all these serv- loway aged four was drowned Governor Cone to oust John Emerson I It to a vote-the mounting oppostkm discomfort MnikotUiR a farm crop after its against termites. This woixl-

you when he fell into a rain barrel from his post of director ofI I .II to It In Democratic ranks Just go to your* Rexall DiugStoie produced Is an extremely Important eating ground-nesting Insect, the

iceL while nt play at his home. He was the state employment service plus the stinging criticism It received '; and buy a bottle of Blsma- operation. If the grower cannot so-called "white ant" can best be

prt-ib terlan Church Pastor the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard parently wete at a standstill ap-\\ from the Senate Judiciary Rex and start using It after every secure a profit on his' product oombntted by "building out" of

Rev, George H. Lowry, Holloway. the incumbent reported at his Committee sealed Its doom. In Its mpa!. You will like the pleasant! he has wasted his energies time \houses Entomologists' in the State

sunIIIY Services: School. -.--.. ----- fice transacted his business and I place ii compromise has been offer flavor! us much as the wonderful !lund money In producing It. He Experiment Station have spent -fr

10 OJ a. m. Sabbath Worship. ('OSGltt: t'ltGKI: ) declared he Intended to "stay In his I ",I. The compromise would! authorize benefits It gives you and his community unit the state much time In termite research.

:oo a m Morning People's Vesper TALLAHASSEE-. Cone office" until Washington authoil- the President to appoint an UlHma-Rex Is a four-action nnt suffer as II result They find! that none of the Insectlcldis

4 30 p m. Young today urged Florida members of ties told him to leave. Saturday, additional, Justice toe. each Court add powder that has proved Itself The system of centralized, far and fumigants. that will destroy

Service.:: Pastor. Congress to support a bill appropriating Governor Cone named Fred P.. )I' member over seventy-five ( Insteiul 1 with millions of people fl'lmCOIl"t men,' maiketn most of thorn supit true\ ants Is peimanently effeelive -

S tnonette by $250.000 for establishing Btadnhaw Jacksonville bu..lne..s'. of seventy with the important to co'i."t. It Is u BUniantef.l KrxitllProduct vised by the State'; AKticulturalMaikcting against termites because J

Midweek Service ilission:. Study. 11 n Agricultural Experiment Labor I man to the directors Job. Brad- proviso that not more than one I A bottle of r>0 doses sells' Hoard whu-h has been i| such poisons. will only leuch Ii few -

7.30( P m Service. In a Southern State. shaw declined he "had nothing to extra. Justice' could he appointed In for OOe.Your::' net I up timing i Ihv last two or three Insects' and the r..lonal1 ton

8 30 P m Prayer I .- -- fay. at this time." anyone calendar year. This would Rexall DrugStoip Is theMitchell I y coin III proving of conutinlt'rihlleutsiuiteiiue hlantly replenish Its. tanks from

Rownnnil" llaptlut. Church it.\K AT IH"lll.s: .- -.- .- .-- give the President four extra appointments : Drug Store In Stal k. in solving siutnuof \the the R t'omul. In onlei to live, ter
LAKE BUTLER T. M. Kiherd, :.NKW W II.T-la'I""l'\Sl': and 1910 Florida baik and forth
L sell maiketing problems" fining miles tnusl go
Kov every Sunday. Bible vice-president and cashier of the MKMIV TIM>S ItKIJI \ but they would not be made If' Bisma-Rex, In this community.Look I Ii grown, It H I, possible, that a I fiom the wood they are eating tithe >

service 10 l5 a. m- Services at 3:30: I Farmers IIn.1 Dealers bank here I la \HK. T .\
iuily in afternoon. buck at his duties today after his the 'ourt wouM nut be permanently -i for the Rexall Store Sign I mime set-up is 11he\ tried during 111,1 lit tI I'e.

o'clock vacation he became The new Letiburgwatet inasmuch and ask for Bism.i-Rex: 1 ,_.
first ten-day since LKESBL'RG: I increased In size, the comtnur I tourist season. ",..uIUuIIM.u out termites Is not tiec-

BEiHKI. BTpriST CHIKCHKc I affiliated with the bank more melon. developed in recent us when Justices over seventy-five Adv.KXPKRIMhN I Glowers sell through these, state "l'l'lIl'lIy an expensive' process Tho

L. %. llonnley Pastor than seventeen years ago. years by Dr. M N. Walker of the retltud, they would! not be replaced --- -...--- -- tiLt tners' maikets. and that Is a entomologists Huffiest using cement

Service every first Sunday.' ---. Florida Expeiimetit !Station's lab unless the Court had less than nine : : T ST. \-riON: (I Rood, Indication, that they lire sat is- mortal' In all masonry foun.

Sunday, School. 2:30: p. m. K\-: ; ('HI :K FItEfoU; oratory here, Is as attractive to : members. ; actually there could be FILM; ) I) \, .\KACTX I ,fled: with temilts. The nun ket atI datlons, of the house and capping

Bible StuJy and Prayer Service BAH1'OW-AcUng on a motion the market for quality as it Is togrowers several "extra" Justices appointedand no ri.ouu) \ r,\IOIKKSGAINKSV1LLE : Watichula: was opened! officially on all foundation of masonry units

every Saturday night. presented by Manuel Glover, Polk for wilt resistance. The sitting with those over seven I "l'ri12\ but was used for some with concrete mortar. or.ite, ,

M.irK'a Episcopal. Church County solicitor Judge Robert T. \ first carload: of the new melon to I ty-five at all times Opponents! of : One hundred time prior to that It Is leporleilthat which these insects connot penetiate -

Morning"St. prayer and Sermon on Dewell of criminal court nolle move was shipped this season and the original bill are mostly opposed and ten farmers from ten \p'lorlda I during this Its first shut t sea For peimunent protection

( second and fourth Sundays at prossed a second degree murder found ready acceptance by the I to the compromise and have or- counties attended the recent Fuitners' there were sold 120.71S pack place metal biutieis; over foundii-

the m. Holy Communion Saints charge against R. G. Tittsworth, ti..ade. ''gllnized a filibuster.Btasiness Field Duy at the State Kxpeil-' for a total value of $238.-/ ((otis. Avoid! the use of wood in
U 1 a
at 1'') a. m. Litany and choir former Tampa police chief resulting Bred from the Kleckley Sweet I Week thinks that the ment Station. 11'I.n.35. The Runford miii Pet, In basrmonts cellars and l founda

Days practice e\ery Friday night at 7:30 I from the celebrated Tam- the Leesburg surpasses this melon PWA Is dying, and recent events \ During the day the fat-nwi" 8 inspected I Its third! year: gioHscd! ,about, till'''''- taints us. muih HM poHHibkbut If

pa flogging case. In resistance to wilt and in toughness \would indicate that Is true 1'\\'A fll-II 1 crop experimental I iii.nleia i i of a million i I i ill III'ra.' 14imLWujini is nott'MHaiy I use wood
n m ; |
C- I .--- O f rind Itvlll produce: good activities have been greatly pints and work that Is 'being; The l>,utl,> County tjiowt'ia' font th.it hall lifi-n ImpiegnutiMl IIn.J..rPI'.lIlIlIle

( hrlstlan Church AI'TO IWATIIS IP crops on land severely infested" tailed and 1 in a number of CUr\! \ with livestock lit the Htation \ ,i-i':alive 1\1.11 a kl'lmJ AH"ocl.1litln with II ntundiiid pioseivalue
at the Christian Church thus makingIt Counties represented. Hi the to kocp. out tei'initi'.s.
Servie.-s JACKSONVILLEDeaths from with wilt organisms I no new projects lIre being >iiilca l lath u wholesiilu und u
morning and evening I for to clear will which was In charge of. J.I oi Tin\ .. -- -
every Sunday automobile accidents In Florida unnecessary growers I taken Congress probably ap. \ event retail market at i1 lii tati. --- -
aad even o'clock respec- for piojettsajipady Lee Smith, disttkt agentlth the i ] -di"y-old robin can eat an
ii eleven climbed\ I thirty-nine during thefirst new land every ;year to avoid wilt pn>\e appropriations' in'iniiger estimales that $ ISOIHU A (>
but there will belittle I State Agtlcultuiul Intension, hItivice :,; ,'- i 6H eurthwoi In a single
[ueJy.Kmit. I five months this year us coin- Infection. It Is little troubled with planned Vu''t tit of busmoHH. Wits Itiuni lied liy many us :

pared with the corresponding period white hettit and does not sunburn ? new woik nnywheie. \','. K. Stokes, station iigtonimlat the 1I\,111't iluilnR tho |>nst fiscal LIllY. ,...J,.

,lp> 1..i&Ptlott ChMrth In 1036. Figures at the Buleau cadlly. i iI' ,, There will be nothing! / tll'In and Or. A, L. Shfaly: InclUlIAla., slntlon\ I year. and Unit half of It W.IIH done

Ri>v Ivan Bohannan Pastor I of Vital Statistics of the State Commercial quantities of seed taxation this season, with the possible animal husbandman, I through the letall si.lo.. Cioweia

Preaching services every fourth Board: of Health show that 1931traffic have been saved from this year's ', exception of laws to plug up cUui fMiwiinnoe, Lafayette Co.lumhlii ill' the aieii ate In better financial S
Mallon.'nuIIIII.: ,.
Isun.luy, 10:30: o'clock A. M. I fatalities totaled 731 at the I' crop. and it Is expected that larger loopholes In existing tax legislation ( Dixie. und Union 'omlitlon, 'und, dealt i i-a aie highly' BFMfTKKOS
Bradford, Sumpler,
close of May. acreages will be giown to the Lees- Senator La Follette'a proposal I suit iu.fi.l.. _

-- burg next year. Dr. Walker Is I to widen the tux base ( Unit Is --. Both the Miami IIUU Kit antI, a A d.p.ndabt. prescription for Cotd

UNION ;: ;m-Z: ;:; ,!' I endetivoting to improve. the melon : reduce exemptions us well as Increase Red Coral \lway. Prlird. number of state till 1n"I'S' iniiiketfl I ChIlls,F.ver,Malaria.and Inlluena&tdrugstores2scoraendatampatup i:

BOB JONES I The 1937-38 I biacket rules) did It U red urjl th.it t l U and always I 4
LAKE BUTLER: In size and qmlity and to find other higher $ hope to hudil 1 1 cold 1 storage rooma' In :
Here term of Union! County High and attains which may be even better not pass but It received a surprisingly haT been prized, not l solely for Jewelry connection ao that surplus pro- I nthwa Drum CoJacksonvllla.FT_-__ s sC

Comments On Elementary schools opened Mon. adapted to growing on wilt-sick i large vole Most author and buttons but at a chum to duct' cain be carried! over and, sohll I .s.,

And\ Hereafter"The day at 8:45: a. m. with Harold F. land in Fbi ida. i ities feel that a similar measure bring safety health and secrets not Inter, when I the inuikct H' not flooded. .
The facultywill ''will be passed of necessity, In a I, revealed to( the. ordinary, person!. As I
Pi tester as principal. The new melon has attracted I ancient Gauls rushed headlong into This should. aotiire a more ,

consist of more than twenty widespread attention and Interest ,| year or BO. 'I ( battle they trusted their safety to even flow of veitetiiblt'M and other
of contra- .
Eiible Is so full said one teachers In both the high and ele- seeds for trial plantings having It Is doubtful if l laws dealing I their. swords strength and the product to nun ket und stable j ,

[iltctiontC\ a young man wonder- mentary grades, Supt. T. Shepard been supplied. to workers. as tar I with strikes will be passed., There :. "magic" coral Imbedded In their I'lUt'M' which will be of benefit to '

lame to the wrHcr What Thomas said aw.fy as Giza In Egypt and ManillaIn seems to have been a change according -I. shields or helmets. Many Italians both pioilut-erH. and, consumers, I! I'
lul conlkncchil\ young It -- MKK the Philippine, Islands. to most Washington obseivers. -' and Indians regard coral as protection -I There H iit'ud, for murli udilitlimiil i"

must have had, in his Intellect I ({t'KVT:: IIEMOV.tLTALLAHASSEE : -- ,I In the Adminixtiation's attitude against the "evil eye" Thworld's it'Heuich on vegetable. |1'1'0'1, el ::
occurred t him that the A delegationfrom and its leaders coral finm the 111i1Th
l never < < towuid labor red comes "I'jot Ii'n und I taut\ :hot log In I Klin .
. with His Bible I Bristol. petitioned Governor Watches Once Small! Clock President i is becoming ofT the Mediterranean, coast of .. i
( I trouble" was no I I They think the reofj: A niimbrr nf crops, HIK' '-h nit Irtliueuv z ; ;: : ;
I The tn,'uble was with his head and I'Pied. Cone to remove the LibertyCounty I Watches originally were small lens s.vmpiithetic with Mr. Africa says the Washington Post! .I CiirilaloupuH v.hirh foitnoily'loul 7J-

I hi nt In the first place he was I'' School Pouted and T. Giiply I clocks and were worn hung from Lewis, that the CIO Is grudua'ly' and Is obtained cruelly, by Italians. lnhi'il I in this Htitu I n K' pioditc I ft1WJINO

I not n fhrNtlan: and the BibUlUachc t ,fchuler, superintendent of public In- I the girdle because they were too I losing \\'hlltHOIIHe support, und --- take .d in j much mnullff I iiuintitieH I t now
thai a person cannot pos :itt ucllon. The delegation told the large for the pocket. that the ministration,( will t ta' dint '
Imlily, unlcrstand, the Word of. Cm Governor's secretary.V. Biunch i more of a iniilule ground. This reflects any strps thnt will fuither lensusnc'S Ion HM to I ho size ami I type( ut i>ioml -
I, lIC i: 01- \t'I'r.I M \ 110'% '> : and hilt the recovl'IYI".t'ment JACKSONVILLE
| tunic s hi i. a Chtlstlun. In the sec' Cone that: favoritism was piaclii.- : 1"oil T\ V III:Kit: I the wldesp'reiid o|>lnion_ that Unit, the trial Pet wants urn I I.In
mi lit| ,? the young fellow nevetHluduo ; od In making appointment" of tea- Ikriintr HIM >'.. lll.lt: /I"nl'lul"ulJllc/ Is less favorable n> > :n how to |>ioilure it In (gui iii' FLORIDA

I the Bible. I don't SUP ; :htr>!. ... ,I .ti.,,iiTic-r!.!''nh: is!K.x jinnnuv i: ttle.', civnv holilm;i :.,or Thnt'<. : to the C'lO than: It woe a few' I - mi IN sc intu: .i.K ''liuilily I t'iinsai!ht'a abie, |ii'<'>Krci
I pom! he ,- mid quote a half dozer .H ;"t Tut ivrtlfi" ur. No. iue.I : Ixxiii'ttHit i it I 'iiiths IIgo Recent events livaiite Our schedule' changes Apill 25th::. made during ii-ivnt yi'iirn In ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT ., ,is..

mires urn trl:;. He had giver: ('U:'< U'I.t'J:;; ; ;: 'm \1'100": t hu*. nl.llU'tt hay Himlrt, I ... will Iwb I i
I J... .0..11. I room m
I far nir time to the muuiplica JACKSONVILLE: Alleged iHHtitMl* upiilieatloii I )hel.ui.for Said.a tax ecaitfI l ct..eI eat] to C i strongly against the Lewis mo'etn'nt. SniitliliunmlVo hlllllw..e. IH loom i for still nuiie imiov ,' .O'.S....... tots ..".'. ...hn. ,lii.. ..d'o' .,.......
I Inn table thun he had to the Book I arced traps' along the FloridaEast I .Itt.nhIae'' I UIH fullowlnic. IOHII,'Ihfitpii.peitv ,r fearing that he mny try: to 1- r)u<. Siaike 11 :31 ".M > intent beie. d.es ... E.... 110.. with, tnn.tip. .,n.
the condemnation i.f Hradfonl I' __ .... ..d'.1 I..... R....... 'cs
I of/ book Dr. Robert Dick \\'lIsol1.wh Coast: bite I In HIP Coinilv unionize (aim Imtuls and establish Mo. 15-. Due Staika 4 :37:; P.M Thu Florida vegetable industry
"I liii tuwltIlliitk ._ Hoo ,
P1.1 '
: of the Slat: Chamber of Com siniv nf I'I ,. i rusty I I that the farm- 107 Diif Staike 'lit' A VNo. of moundihirtyflve v nr t
!0 wa- probably/ the outstanding Six is l..t > In I : I wage levels I uverage No. vith u n urinuul value AIR CONDITIONED 4
I scholar of the last fifty years suit I merce. The chamber said small I I."It e of ShrtH Svrtlon Suuthcnfit 24: & Inol'lh:4uo t -- I I, 'r cannot meet 191--Due Starke 10.39: ".M. million dollms IH Indovdlinpoitant I COCKTAIL tOUNGI COffflMEETING lOOMS SHO ': i
tcr" DINING' Aedo
I that no man Is prepared to be I IrTutc 11.1 towns were the principal eiixl: Ullultrr of Sertluii 25 I i Before Congiess adjourns ( best Northbound to the state and Its welaie. .Ri.s.-Sisl. aid. .. .Rents, BelI .
tactics threaten "the tourist T"u iiKliip H $itut h. Ilanift 21 I Starkt !0:00: : ( A.M. will Improve I II
La- No.2Dill" which -
unless I
of the Did Testament KilHtTlje guesses piece that date as Anything "-. S0..u.S2SO
] he has stiutieil It for fifty yeaisI traffic and the state s good mime, assessment (>f the. sail I I",'''Pfltv 1! jor Day, there will be a good dealof ..Jr.. 18-Due Starke 11:24: A.M It IH eagerly welcomed. j I[;"- 24R.s.s" SUO I 1J
the chamber said. uiul...r I tht* MiiUt, eel tlflentf I ,IH- Is No 10S Due Staikc 5.001( P.M ..... I. ... LE ,.CIO I
I and he must begin with a thorough _____ .... ._ u_ Hud wit s I In, I thtf name/ vf A. 1't"I': verbal. fireworks but It very alld"Inn.."" Urniirh -- .... B- I...... -..a
1 knowledge, of the language and etiti*. doubtful if major bill of n rev- "Starke Branrhru, '
any :
of Tree .
COl'ICT DKClNlON Ht\.tH"tU: : I'nl.'fH. iialfl. ceitlflcalo' vhall lie redeeliiHil Mo 101-.J..aves Stark. 7:0":I A.:onVo First I'lovn O'4_ i* >OUMO H. ',
I itath a spiritual mind. I a"'"-",.,111111' tit luiv. thft proau-l nlutlrnaiy niituie, with the possible The first term plows were made kilt A"IM m MoraL OKO'O
: TALLAHASSEE The Florida city MerllMd thi rt lii,. will be I4i.lil exception of the Court compromise : 102 -Arrives Starke: l&Ui ta of crooked tree branches and ,_ ...._...0.
to extend -, Ii hlildcr at I the court Sundnyi.
Legislature Is without power I. tliB lulled of contorluv Daily except
Yes In' flrnt Monday In will The attitude worked by man power.
there are many things In.Hue door on i tlin puss. :
I the city limits to include undeveloped ttie month" of St>|>r.mbt ". rei: ?, whlrh .-,,,.-.a."n is. lateelv, one of T. J. ORIFFIN
Bible that too deep for me ,, 1117
are '
lands unless property owners IM Mm lit ii il.iv i>f ScptiMnlMM. .
The greatest spiritual scholars the I "uI.ui ills II"! h city of Julv, 1937.:]
involved agr e. The State Supreme (Ul-'KH'IAl. SKAI.)
orM' ever knew have dived Into ruled In reversing A. J. THI (:MAS.iMetk .
I Ihe depths of the Word and have Court so "r c'ltmit I Cola,at rHriidfoul
a Palm Beach County Circuit I'''" at()', Kloiida.Sufferers .

I come back to the surface "saying ,I, Couit decision against Ward B. 'T.23.5t.s-2u _ _ ,I
I'We coukln bottom. However --
touch --
and his wife who had sought "
It Is a blessed thought thai! to have their pioperty owners involved I\ of WHAT.WHERE.WHYOF t tI
I jhe wHy to heaven Is clear. There
obscurity "By grace ___e STOMACH
are ye saved! through faith." Ir
other woriH, you can't earn salva."on Searcher <, '

Von can't buy It. You can't
bodies of Ruth Skipper.
found the NTERELIFOR
I ray for It after you get It. "The
14, and her sister Pearl 16. BACK I ITO
I gIft of God Is eternal life." Do you MONEY COUNTY FLORIDAPLUMBING
drowned while on a BRADFORD _
were .
-n.mNT hM
I want 0\
to know the to heaven WIlLARD TilE .
way In Dunn's creek neatEastpori. d.Bnjt. r..lM'to H.IWWAIIE-I"VRNItVRE
"Hi nays "I am the Way." The mlng party 17 toll br".hl prompt.of ..r ......- .sd I -- BEAt, ESTATE .
Carlisle Rivers, tatowsn'k ...... I I
Blhloo> ___ d". to M.
Bays, "He that hath the Son ...- D INSURANCE MAI.K
unable ONE
officers the two girls were .i bar.Torn'*of 1 1II TWO FOR
hath life." lt I have accepted Him, and disappeared aoon after :rest dim to Rrriti AcM. IOD *lo- LET L'S (lIVE VOUK PL'JRIBLNU I'urrhUHO On Pint
| i have Him If I have Him thlmk to swim boys and girls: DAY.. TISL WHU5.sNiltot. .u. aanplsi: A THOROt'OH HOUSE REALESTATE I JdllNSON'H' GIX-CO\T;
of Wainwright
says i have life. It Is a log.i the party young salemembers .'' Ask for t( frM Johns & CLEANING I.OOIl POLISH.! We Pint
the water. Rivers .
ICIII Self Polishing
prOposition! Can you call Cod the searched for: BROWN'S FHARMACVSUrke ISS'R.'SCI: AGENCY ONE VKKK:
and heaven and angels to witness of party Florida J. L. Simmons HIJV ONE OKT
IG the fact that the best the girls more than an hour am Old Reliable Companies Bradford Hdw. Co.
I you have notified authorities who In"uranre'Ith Plumber IK YOU WANT TO _
then of
YOu know how honestly sincerely, All Types RUY. SFf.I. OR RENT .1. H. ('.UtLI I,., Owner
searched all night.
/ --
Christ as
accepted Jesus UItLWISTS
your personal" Savior? If you can, I KIN CLAIMS KSTATK: DenmarkFurniture

Kr" you "o not have to be cast another < -
about Upon a sea of doubt. Jesus I WILSONREALTY Co.
of Mark C
I laili. 'Him that cometh unto me 1 I Powell personal recently electrocuted for 'S : : CO. \\ erA llerrltln New fprln tStoilc _
Sill 1 in no wise cast out" wife c I...' ... h..II' y.... ;;
I the hammer slaying of his "I".. .....ur."r.th.t Mitchell's Drus Store K\cry HIT.. Be SuU'
will go to a other. County Detectivi ...111 ...n..... Scf It Kure 'ou "'IV.
UI'S I MCHEDl'LESoiithhouna\ I said todaj !Ser' leE --I II I _
S. H. Hubert.. ,...tI" .lIr.",," ( alely O'Ipfl'l"hl.
I Ala.. had ._ I, -.- ,
of Ttoy, pr."r. -
I NV Levie .r"rv ,. >rlll/i'd I'.otll-H I I
:l(1'Due Starke 3:19: p.m lalmed the dead mans effects, t..\FF.4 What You
Isv, i : !C _
207 Due Starke 11:45: p.m. most of which were In the custo.1) The I'IHIX* Hint Ilrfrethes: -_flsPJSfl ,

hi) ,!o,. Due Starke 12:15 p m I of the Duvol county sheriff. I'oWeli's ---- -- I' .\ r.noU I'1. \cr. TOthEFT You Can Find _

201. Due Starke 10:20: am I estate consisted. of only cloth \n u'l In Hi- \\ II \TIIEHtIn' :- FRIENOH KXPKHT: : thING .\T

Northbound es. It was suld. An automobile he i I \\ (.luvlfieflSmiiim' uill tirlni( j Y OI K Itt: i'ln.I.Y.. Pt1E':,, ,

Na sold for attorney1 ., In This Corner ANVWIIKUKO. :
owned was For nn -
Due Starke 1:50: pm had quid, .uitI'itliIg| fr5uiS. >
I). 2flt2fiJ.:! Due just after his murder trial ."M-ll pin 0('<' The SPOTLIGHTA.
Starke 4:15: pm. tees thinir >ou wish to buy or :1 I J. PHILLIPS
listed In : .
0. ,( .. Due Starke 9:15: p.m., I and no other property was 'I In thl''fI.. TIIEIt':- THE ADS
51! READ _
.Q.. 2sDue: Starke 3:33: a.m, j Powell's name. +- .- 1 \ IIV (.l.ilfl"d S 211. --
Due Starke 8:05: a.m., aJ la the TelrgruptI '
Linda Grave I 'I
Stirke Jenny ......
Bus Beasley'sStation _
Agent: nightingale I -
s.. Llnd, the Swedish rUt) \" .
I'Vtce Jenny
opposite court England.
UUIUlfo. Is buried in Matvern,

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Established 1 1S77 TO CLASSIFY (Continued from Page One)

'tired through '
r MEPtBEI2.vrlLORInA iir ntFii:! KYftrrretarr.
This transaction alone saves the
PRESS ASSOCIATION) Florida PrM A..". !' Cf
city an annual interest cost of $420 .e,

: or about $1.25 per day. We have ,
9otWand 'Gaud i'a A lot of folks have been terribly I 1 bonds before us around $10,000' eAROLNAPAIOQE -
? upset for the last week or so about I'falling due within the next year, '

what Governor Fred was gonna doI ''iThe. i Is to derive $5,-
city expecting
Published Weekly on Fridays: and Entered; a.' Second Clasps I with the Citrus Commission Some 1000 from taxes and $10,000 from

:Matter at the I'o-t t Office at Starke Florida '! of 'em was dead certain he was ,.plant Income with which to meet

81 t gonna kick every last one of the l this payment of S10OOO. maturity

E.; Matthews __ _ ___ __ ___ ,Editor and Owner I I I present members off the board and bonds for retirement and $5,000 Interest I
replace 'em with a set of newlyI | on the $80.000 now outstanding .

: I I discovered relatives from uparnund -. ,

HUn CHlI'TIOS KATE I I.i Luke City. I I One may appreciate how much it

'' Pearly, $1.30:; ; Six Months. 75c: -Payable in Advance I I Other folks who seem to have a 'costs' to Just carry bonds. Inter I
;,, flare for gubernatorial mind-read- : est at present time costs around
i, Advertising: Hates{ on Application In' had It all doped out that all the $5,000
l per year
I|' governor was Interested In weegetUn'
I If the city has the good fortuneto t,, t I
his roeiit-hooks on that '
AN UNWELCOME VISITOR FROM: THE ARGENTINE |!1 continue for about ten years '
i $400.000 of ad vert Is in money BO
i 2 There seems: to be no need for undue alarm over the IIP- he could turn It over to some I without. necessity of having to finance Ll
I any sizeable problem we
!'T )pearance in two West Florida counties of a new crop pest: friends Miami.of one of his relatives downIn ) may hope to get out of debt and

weevil. Although the weevil has'' i from then on cash and save g w f
known as the Argentine I've hid no less than a dozen, (: pay 1 r? 1tKtt

been in that section about two years, it has just: now broken folks I tell me what Fred was gonnado the Interest burden we now carry.
Why has til much detail been
into news column because no one knew what it was before, and and ,all of 'em went to great listed about city finances? Simply'' r'f R 4rI.4
how-come ,
length explain just
it has just been identified as the pest from South America. '' and why. Well, I Just t-fcack find. to show the reason why our present ;

The fact that it is still found{ only in two Florida counties and let 'tm rave and carry on, but as rates for electricity are held I I
I where they are and not reduced to1
tti. that it far us I was concerned they were-
a small portion of Alabama proves" spreads: very simply cover cobts of production. II i ii

1 and )gives( hope that the proper control measures will keep it r't foolin nobody but themselves.If i The rates charged are not out i
ask me, there ain't nobody
d'r' I you of line with cities of our size, and
Ic? from infesting other areas.However knows what Mr Fred Preston Cone ,,
you me rot paying to
your money
i' Is do of Fred, not (
on account
the should not be conidt'rl.'C.lligl t- gonna ,
I.., ; new menace an outside interest that is no lurthti -

Lj 1, : ly simply( because: it seems 1oo10w-mo\" nlor. If it should\ become< end lenlly,! does knowln'It himself until he up benefit to Staike. The plants I w j: ''d'' NFI'1/2Y' A.

sCl'ioul'matter indeed for the Ar- i I pia youis. It beongs: to the residents '
would be :
it |
+ widespiead a \ ;
And while lot of folks not
a 11 may and next '
a'I; your voles St pi ember ,Ii,,
approve of what he does and can't I will elect your officials who'' 7' DELANOTHOUGH

r relish almost every farm crop including cotton, corn, peanuts I for the life of them understand II i hall manage the plant and divert t,

a and velvet beans. In the very small infested\ area it is\ estimated why the he did It, there is no ditiputin' I, all profits into reduction of city I' fOUNDER
# 9fi fact that whatever Fred does i dtbt. '
s that the crop damage this year will be between $;)O- and regardless of how he does It, : The electrical rates have con '' ONCE ABUNDANT of D JLAMDtourlesy

44 000 and $100,000. the big Idea In the buck of the Gov- stantly been reduced. They were f10R/D 4
einor's mind is to do RIGHT. THIS liTTLE
Although the weevils! cannot fly, there is danger that! twenty-two and one-half cents perK ,I
Some folks may snort and kick I .VV'.lf. in 1922 and have been re- PARROT NOW 1
they might be carried from the infested\ area on automobiles I up their heels at that statement, I duce until today our highest rate, :

; ', and trucks so if you find an unfamiliar bug answering the following j but that's because their idea of ;, the first fifty K.VV.H if paid before EXTINC/

description( it should be destroyed at once and the information I what was tight differed withFred's the seventh of the month, Is I
viewpoint in some partlcu-i I less than ten cents. The past year I
reported to the county agent : "The adult weevil: is1 mar instance. But If inclined : lutes have
you're been reduced ten percent B.rds of Florida, by Itat.ey I I
a little less than half an inch in length, is dark gray in color, '! to be fair minded and unbiased if paid befoia the seventh of lig''ted'' with Florida's clinutu.,:! (I'd'
and the body is densely covered with pale) hairs." jou'll find that with a'.l: his bluntness i the month, and this at a time when As recent as 1D23, Harold! II I, Baileyin .' .ibil.ties aster a visit to this stale iu

I' plain talk and:! gruff manner, every thing the plant uses has made his book _"The Birds of Florida," said 187<;, Henry A. DeLand gave up his man-

The experience\ of ttradford County growers in curbingthe I there's a whole lot of horse-sense, I sizeable advances In costs. Klectit-. )f the Carolina Paroquet : "1 am glad to ufactuiintf business in Fairport, N. Y., and

boll weevil! tl! is ;year :shows that even the worst pests can oil fasli.oned: honesty and a mighty city la the one \item of expense that jay that 1 have positive knowledtro" that came to Florida with the idea of found

be controlled if systematic methods are used. Therefore, i; rcugh big exterior heart hidden beneath: that duced.has not advanced but actually 1'1'- there is still a small colony in existence, ing a town in Volusia county. On land

there is no use to lose any sleep over the visitor from Argen- Int! gettin' back to the citrus i It is true, Starke has no cooking but I do not expect it to last long especially I he acquired he was the moving factor in

t tina. Hy the time he gets this far-if ever-expert entomologists 'commission some folks seemed toI' tate, but the main reason has been after this fact is published." True creating a social, educational and religious

; will \probably\ have developed effective means: of keeping :' :think that Fri had a lot of crust that we )have had little demand for to his prophecy, the last of these birds i center. )He f generously: pave '1'1h!

a; oln' down to Lakeland and! pokin' ': one until tecently. A few have an- were finally chased to their last stand I land and money for necessary inin 2-

;' mm unaer control. | his nose into their affairs, but con- plied The conditions facing city\ ,, and when refuge was taken!; in a hollow inputs, churches! and schools, makinu I n) I H-

i o - Mideiln' the fact that those boys ''ot fie la's! In the financial setup out- tree the entrance was closed and they J sible the splendid citv of today that l h \n\

'; KEEP COOI.-AT LEAST l ; MENTALLY; I' handle sevpial hundred thuusand: 'lined,, crave time, and beg the few were collected for one of our largest his name. It was Mr. DeLand who a i d

i, From the Florida Fire College, held recently at Daytona' 'dollars every year and the Governor | patrons: to be patient and help carry museums. Thus ended forever the existhe foundation for Stetson ITniveisn I ov
Is personally responsible for |, out payment plans ahead fence of. one of the most picturesque of erecting lit his own expense the building/
Beach the paradoxical advise to "keep cool when 1
came their behavior
yourhouse It's only natural Beyond the zeal for disposing of
known DeLand
birds. Hall.
Florida now as
is on fire" The instruction continued : "If you smell that Fred figured If they weren't +/jclty I debt, there are matters of _
n.t. .."I"'a.. .. ,,__ ____
gonna come rod tell him what nA ---
I + smoke, investigate with care. Push doors! open gradually [ they r1..U.5VAUCUI. niiu mil? "UP"t t
+ .planned to do maybe he d better t city to be Increased to meet nor ,< and to make: use of every home appliance BRADFORD NEEDY THE SOl'TH'S OPPORTlITY
t Remember, air expands and rises with heat, and if you slam go down there and find out for mal load growth, all of which calls a person may desire within

r ; 't a door you may be suffocated by the rush of hot air and himself. That's the kind of a governor for mone '. It is hoped that wei the cost limits of the average RECEIVE CHECKS A generation ago farms "If
Fred Is may hold close to hr me. still largely thought of as mica'
smoke. Don't stand erect if smoke and heat are suffocating. present rates for
I The fact that the Commission a time, delay: purchase of uddition- To this end :jour city officials KIGHTY IN COUNTY from which farmers extracted tin/'
i Get down on your hands and knees. If there is any oxygen ha I a clean record and had been I. al plant capacity for one year, pay 'ed cdte present efforts and solicit RECIPIENTS OF soil fertility and then morel oc

fy in the room it will he near the floor. Crawl toward a window. JO:I1' H mighty fin Job didn't have next year's bonds and then purchase von.- full coopeiation! for a better $810.00 to new areas. Now they ale i fgbt-: .

nothin' to do with It. Fred : our new rate, a better plant and u better ly regarded as fnctol'lell <'n \IIhleh
Whenever you pass through; a door or window, close it behind Just engine, and during Eighty Bradford Countlrtiiv ell
i\ant takin' their word for this time .. city- plant food is manufactured Into
It 01'lnyho.ly w j hope to gradually rebuild for the old !
gible assistancemoney
if let in and age
can. They stimulates
you you oxygen oxygen plant and animal Then
else's. He wanted to know our lines to provide a thor- '! -- -- -- -- meted out to Floridians proiluc
D ;, flames.!. i I what they were do in', how they''oughfare for delivery of the Increased JK.VSO.V; TELIOF over sixty-five, were rcceiviiifi Is great hope for the !"Soul) in t thb'

This is! sound' advNe, and if it can be remembered at the wets clom' it, why they did it, and !i I 1 loads that are ahead of the! St'1'ESVISOii'S ol'Tiny their checks this week, which art new conception, as Tin jrci>?
what they I planned to do next. plant, as welt as to Live Farmer points out i ilowing fi1l
I1 answer the call estimated to total $310. This fat
right time it might go fur toward bringing you safely througha When they found. out he wasn't ''fur: electric stoves (Cjnt'ntieJ' from Page One) I 'ait of the :l2M'4u:: sent out Us' editorial:

"serious crisis., However, the! sight' of flames! is a disturbing lool.n" they:\ got busy and gave' Electric: stoves are standard 'aturdny by Ccrnptrollci J, M. !.(', "We have much labor ,ml )Kt
o and him nil thf Infotmdtlon he wanted.He household; equipment, has 1 been fortunate in securing ane.perlenced fully utilized. We ha' e ell
thing average people probably go right on doing the proven and I looked it over, found it 'II all : teacher of Latin and< mate for of
OK, and past experimental a quick tin er
I stages They j.aople.Mis. .
foolish things that they have been doing in the face I
of danger
; told Vm Spanish, a local girl I who 1st col- .,
to go tight on ahead like are attractive and clean, and have a crops. We have soils Uante) :
since the beginning of time I they'd been doln and if they need- many' adv-r.tugea. StarUe is entitled lege graduate. Five members of the I Edward But!in, lo:iil wel easily cultlvaleoJ.'e g'1*

\) .-- any help from him all they had to share in their general use. However faculty! have been replaced:! by four art rf director, slid this week tintill legumes easily and sli < ur
> the
1,1 do WItS ask for it. like other new members Including the new applicants who retelvec nd with cheaply piolu attic
:MONEY IN :MOSS. OAK I LEAVES DEER TONGUE every modern innovation j) their checks this week, were cases!
I Iins.
It is pioper and fitting for a gov- [ thy have some draw- ; laijjunge teacher To be specific, :zee> and' humus. I'ui, ')nermore
As time goes on it becomes more and more apparent that tenor to keep' in close touch with backs. They are heavy users of Bryant Boisley, Miss Virginia approved before June .,15.(; Othot eri'li.ets!!: hate not o-n n td i If

Mother Nature is willing to provide a living for those who are 'what Is gom' on and Fred oughtto electricity, and unless there is a'' Maxwell Mrs. D P. Carpenter, and I local applicants office are being made with! the ,rice nearly so much a;* i'rlces! a'!
take a day off .' rate of Mi, and Mrs L. A. Gray have left disbursement of farm
every now and around two cents products generally
ingenious enough to devise means of taking it away from her. perK.VV.H these funds will be mode as soon
then to drop In unexpected this I : their us whlli. Miss Lucile Kennedy, Robert [ as
on use la too WIll
I costly In "For all these reasons it pay
Of course, she does not guarantee to set in be- ( toper procedure Is carried out
a man up style 01 that derailment, board or com- i, ccmpetrtlon with oil using stoves I Geiger, Miss Evelyn Stump and us to continue spending as much<

fitting a king but she can always be depended on to come I Ithrough mission. and demand tin accountin', We hear a lot about cooking\I Iratei Mrs J. H. Eenson: have joined the I AH the checks were mailed to for fertilizers as now but daub:

i with food and shelter for those who are willing to It shouldn't stop with the Citrus : but the trend Is now away I' !high school slaff.'I j'I'IYtIU"S "noridians, Lee said, after B. F. our acreages of soil-impruvinl|)

work in return for it. Commission> As I the aayin' goes- j from this. The special cooking' : | Vshe, regional director of racial j crops. Our warm climate is emu
i "A little checkln' now and then rate and meter Is being retired | "These remarks are Intended to I :security, telegraphed he was sending set but this warm climate make'

Even the man who is unfortunate enough not to own a :' ;is helpful to the best of men." I J and the simpler method, which I-1 help the patrons understand the'I' $$279.655 to the comptrollerfor I moisture disappear rapidly H ncf
And In spite of Fred's affection I .tarke has always used me-l'J 'need and work of the ) the government's share of theFlol'lda 8s
piece of land that he can cultivate is taken care of by the wild (one new school I j we need more legumes 1 ti>
for Mr. Roosevelt It seems that I ter with a sliding scale of rates) i1 officer. During the school year additional program for July,. August ;I cheap: nitrogen and (121 to fill ou
products of nature that are his for the asking-plus a little he doesn't hold kindly feelings for is -cmlrg: Into general tue. I information will be sup'I I 'nd September The Security soils with spongy humus tint s-l',

manual labor. jcmt! of the "new deal" hired help For the torment of some, we do' i.ied through the Te.egraph andtcins 'card ot Washington approved the hold moisture In the sol: and. arts.

I'' The gathering of moss has long been recognized! { as a who seem to think they can order agovernor hear of the low two cent rates in of interest. to nil school pa. .Florida plan last Friday, as ,submitted able us to keep right on convert
,; around, Just because nearby .I' will I be ''J by Welfare Commissioner' s'
they places. However, when pilnted. Ing plant food into plints just
source of income for those who industrious .n.s.
are enough to (
happen to be office Clayton C. Codrlngton.To ,
an in the look into
boy you rate structures "fit'1''
we "At the Bradford High School fast as we can find pi '
gather it, and now Marion: County newspaper reports that administration playhouse.So tint) even then, there Is some de. f fctptlon. II more: courses will be offered this ... markets for them. And we need lt to

there is! money in-of all things:-oak leaves.: It says that a right at the moment there' When people only use year, than last Including retail selling Prepare BudgetThe I market them both directly i iD lb'r..rm

man in that section has a contract with a Jacksonville concern .vhat big argument goin on as to just lights, they pay nine cents for all I and supervised study in languages Board of County Commls- I' of cotton, tobacco truck
constitutes UNEMPLOYMENT they use If they usa 100 K.W.H.'s and other coures All school stoners will ',crops, etc., and Indirectly in lh'
for forty tons of leaves, or sprouts. A truck load of in begin work on the ternJorary j'
1.200 Florida.
Fred Is
insists U
that $9.00 and If
not Activities psrk
by a cer- will be l.ninced by the'' Iommel'clll' |: 1937-38 budget for Bradj( j form of milk, butter egg
pounds can be gathered by three men in one day. the Ocala I il.: % Emerson is unemployed and I tain date a penalty of ten per centis dE'rartmen, according 'ord County at It. regular 'beef t! etc.
paper reports. one of Mr. Roosevelt's hired men I Icont..nds added.In .o this plan, so tli.it it will not be reeling to be held here 'I "The farm Is not a mine! but s

that he moat definitely is Starke If 100 VV.H.'s are I.'"rnn9- -- ._.n, v to... -.all." -n.r..n- ...,,.h, __h., ---- .... Monday. t factory. Let's treat it as such' :
"As a (source, ( of income it beats the moss gathering business : employed. used and paid before the seventh,'I solicit funds: have benefit movie: I I'KKME COVET .- -

all hollow,'* says Paul H. Winter, the Ocala man who is Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm bettin' I of month the cost will be $8.55 'hoAf., or engage In extracurricular ; Many people are wondering REVERSES if Chief's Vacation i.'una
on Fred.
engaged in the new industry "I'd like to buy five or six tons: Where rate is not at all bad. activities for the ,purpose ol,j the Supreme Court has changed Its L. Alva '"
the two cent rate Chief of Police A
of the sprouts and will I appears raising money outside this depart mind about agriculture ,
being local
pay seventy-five cents a hundred Gasoline Use Rises Is when stoves, ice boxes or meat a will report back to dutv Situnia

,.c pounds for them," he added. "Anyone wishing: to work at lot water appliances are installed, "Patrons .-f labor problem, since the employment after enjoying a ten day's vacation!
do has been
A substantial Increase In caa their share to recognized as affecting h"'
this write in of gaso- then a combination tate ls I employed During his absence his pllMt'

may me care general delivery at Ocala Ine consumption In Bradford make these' plans successful by see- Interstate commerce On Marshal Benny )
listing a two cent rate been filled Night
He explained that the leaves: which he sells to be used for, Bounty from May to June was soveral units of higher rates after have ig that all children of school age this point The Progressive Farmer Sapp by

decorative \purposes: should be about two-year-old sprouts of I I hown In figures released this ':een u.seJ, which will make the n Bradford County attend school makes: the following comment: ____e___

the familiar black jack type. An average man should be able I ,vcek orlcultuie.by the state showed department of month's bill average from four to very-day--of--the...-school-- year." "It Is Interesting to note that the I Teachers To Meet
May a total Supreme Court
,. six cents Justice who wrote
1'I, to gather around 600 pounds a day, :Mr. Winter said. lie also I"r 92.532 gallons, while the figures per K.VV.H. Cemetery WorkingThere the majority opinion condemning A meeting of the Bradford t County

handles bamboo, magnolia leaves wild fern for June rose to 07,016 gal The fact Is, it costs, when all 'he Triple A on the Teachers' Association ha* bey'
pine cones, and factors are included, above two I will Le:; a cemetery workIng grounds that FtlduVenoon. -
lons. Kerosene called for 3:30 o'clock
t lot consumption de- the act to :
lIM. at the New river apply national:
rents:: to deliver Baptist ne l
I :ie< 1 We in this section have also been asleep on the job while r.rrs gallon in May to 7,580 in consumer,, and there is no profitincentive Church,rHctested Thursday are asked August to 5. woikni Those name Justice a who local In problem the Wagner Is the yar will be effected nt th,s meet
in acing
several of our neighboring counties realized June. handling any commodity decision! ing.
substantial .
tipped the
prof- unless there Is fair ; tools and basket lunches scales In favor ,
n return.
' I' its from gathering! and! selling deer tongue leaves, the wild I ---e. j- ? r- i- j i With every item entering into VV VV- -- _... B lml of nnt'oual: regulation of labor employment. I -GOOD--IIKI--

plant that I is used to give ; Books Close Soon cost of ) Hus the Supreme Court
: arotnu'to tobacco. and also to artificial production" constantly Increasing Sad/Jay For Farmer
r s vanilla flavoring.Surely City registration books close with taxes eating deeper Von eccine sufficiently liberal to end We noticed a young n
lay vas a sad! rl ly for Jesse' this discrimination'
fandti:>, August 0, City Clerk Carl and deeper into industrial costs, Autrmn against agri- Ing yesterday who" uiu
: it would be worth farmer living near Starke, culture
somebody's time to investigate rohr.s reminded residents. this .t la only reasonable to or must new blood be a good looking autorr.o
1 expect' to when he
lost his .
the markets for these free products of nature. Apparently ,tpok Registration has been light tee electric rates stop In their prcket-book; containing added before production control Is the reason you are
there is I since (the books opened July 10 he downward $i>9. every cent he had In can be made legal ? Secretary "I lost ,n
no excuse for anyone to be idle when several thriving trend and actually advanced the world, while selling produce to Wallace we asked him. h
said, It DUll
,: before the opinion that heid.. "Oh, 1 ,
industries long. my car
: await-him-industries: that Gainesville grocery stores.V the
require investment _
no present Court '
-- ----e finnot: be
4 f"" -that offer With us as a city, hopeful of removing .._ trusted a wreck. dlJ you? we I"d 1 1I
all clear profit to the man who N not afraid ol Pressing with a hot Iron wUl the present burden of debt Due to the --- to do right by agriculture and didn't haw a a rtck.
work. 1' " .1 gummed labels and its Interest we may confidently bodies rally "I merely forgot t" a l-
our .
less *
>i which are stuck weweigh when the the President's '"-
together. proposal to add -Tltusvill-
hope to secure lower rates ,moon'-is overheW. I ment on It.-
new Justices to the Court. vocate.r.G'C .


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