Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1938
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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11GHWAYMEN I IE1 Adding a touch Takes On Industrial Atmosphere i MARBLE GAMES i Boast Traps Slayer Of Labor Leader TWELVE CARSFORDHOOKS

10 YEARS I Ien of what Industry has hither to MUST GO,

to been a com

pletely agrlcul- IN PAST WEEK

t u r a 1 picture, SHERIFFJOLD

this crushing

plant for tung Kelt Grader Is Being

oil has recently Cone Says Hoards Are ;
; Used At Lawtey
udge ,tdkillS Selltellcer been built and 'I Simply Disguised I

Wfw I/eld Up,1ubrey placed in operation I Platform

Tu'o I' at Brooker.) 5 i Slot Machines M*

JVelch Many farmers in Fordhook Limn beans surceedad

I this section of.,. j Sheriff A. O. Amlreu Immedlj corn this week as the center of

James Murphy, 28, and Fred I the county last :j ntely set about enforcing an order II | interest In shipping operations

20.( have been sentenced by :|I year sold their 1 t'rom Governor Cone Tuesday to from Bradford County

Ir Adklna to ten years ,, farms to tung oil [ i stop the operation of marble ma- \ Since Thursday of last weeK-
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A Farm for Interests and'' ,1 chines and similar "Devices, In Brad- i{ when the season really openedi -
lCt> ,In ?,' Stale large acreages i ford County Slm.W orders were ;i twelve heavy express curs and

,_ d, ..otibery of Aubrey Welch have been set out ont by the Goveixor to all sheru'l's three big trucks of Fordhooks

B)1iei\ ,' trucketnear New In these trees. in Florida: i I have rolled from Lawtey where

.il' OB M yS- Murphy entered The crushing Sheriff Andrcu said yesterday the platform Is a scene of fever

La 'ol guilty Before Judge Ad- plant represents j that he had experienced no trouble ish activity

on Thursday of last an Investment of in enforcing the order and that Because of flooded markets.
Tic lackson did not decidefpleacl I around $10,000 I persons owning or renting such :: MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Ainold Ralph Johnson. 33 hits confessed prices have ducked from the $2.25!

until later and was and occupies a machines in this county had read-1 I per hamper with which the season

sentenced guilty until Tuesday. I site In the heart ily agreed to stop their operation :'.'I. that he shot and fatally woun<]: erl William S Brown. 41. president of opened, to as low as $1.00, but on

ot were picked up by of Brooker. PIctured I 1 In referring to the marble the General Drivers' Union because of a disagreement over union the basis of n $1.CO average. It Is
The two Lake City a few hours above is boul' s. the Governor said that funds a few nights ago Police found Johnson at a bar a few hours ':1 estimated that the week's movement -
[fleers robbed Welch of around,, towering water they "are nothing but slot machines I after the slaying still boasting of his deed. Photo shows, left to right: of Fordhonks has meant a
-ne> 1, end form. A strict total of $14,82150> to Bradford
left him, tank and one In another 1
and his
ST 11I truck William S. Brown, slain labor leader, and Arnold Johnson, confessed
lped clothing, along Road 1 of the long build- violation of the law and a subterfuge County farmers.
if ""f that Welch would | ing that houses carried on by the slot machine \ slayer. -- -- Corn Is still In the picture with
figured --
They until the complicated people to evade the law'' I --- --'---- -- -- 10.00O dozen shipped from the depot
the swamps
aye u bui hide such was not the case. I machinery necessary "I am wilting Ihls letter to request I H7/I8 /-// Club Award I DURDEN GETS plalform here, and 3,500 dozen

irk managed tow in pressing that you at once stop the from the Stale Farmers Market
naked he I of Mr
To Nelson Moore, son TRAPS
Although these FISH thirteen In sixteen
of Prices from
of aLf i valuable oil from (operation of. !!very one ranged
'Uhln,.). hailing distance secured the rubbery tung machines In your county, and Ifnf't'esuI'Y and Mrs T. J. Moore, of HellbronnSpiingn ) ccnU dozen, lo lotal around
the neighborhood the honor of being BIG HAUL MADE BY
n all goes during the past
and nntn, Great pronecute persona $2,000 corn
,olhiu. spoiled the theft, the outstanding 4-H club boy In OFFICERS IN LAKE
ex- under the lafcr peratlng these machines. week.
Xorc( lark the news was being ,I things are this comparatively new Industry In the United States, and ." Bradford County la t year l-'or LAST:; WEEK Including Fordhooks, shipments
over radio station j pected scratched (thus far- this achievement he receive* a
roidcast surface has been Starke and Lowley -
were I promoters believe that only the Thh ty-two wire fish Imps, valuecl 'of produce'! from
officers I
4-H club
BIT; and police free trip to the
ft $5 each, during the pnat seven days
at approximately
warned to look out for the SCHOOL Course In Gainesville during
\ 'hort of $17-
being brought a revenue
Dies In Lochloo.sa gross
Wells confiscated
VOTE ONAMENDMENTS Ernest I all of this week. County Appnt T.K. veio I
so men TO PROBLEMSDISCUSSED Lake lust week by A A. Durden, Oii2.ll Into the county
the two I Ernest B. Wells. 45 of Luwtey. McClane said today thai he
Welch the first time
When Mr o'clock'Sunday conservation officer for this dls-1 This year, for
at Brooker tiled I.f! pneumonia at 11 BY GRIFFIS I hopes to award at least five uchscholl1rshls belt traded
that afternoon Funlhooks are being !
Is of La-
ren Jp Irlct, and C. O. Robei ,
lift" little did he I night In the Veterans Hospital AT ROTARY CLUB lo 4-H club boys tills
them a made. | at Lawtey. The beans are spread
to 'give TO BE CroHse. No nrresls were
had a long FOUR MEASURES at Lake City. He had been WEDNESDAYRequesting I Mr. McClane also urges nil wide belt and
uow that Murphy GEN year. Mr. Durden said the traps con- out on a moving
record Including twenty- DECIDED IN \111 for about a week. I inlerested to listen to the Florida the gantlet of graders who are
prison to talned no fish at the time they run
wwn months In California and ERAL Survivors are his widow, Mrs. I Illa.y general Farm and Home Hour every day taken and would be destroy lined up on each side to pick out
In school affairs, were"
China while serving Wells; two children Martha take an this week as Nelson will give a only number one
in Florida may order all culls leaving
Urty days of under an
[ The people financial and otherwise, A. J. Grit- ed Immediately
also was the Ernest, Jr. one .sister, Mrs ;< short talk on one of these programs market
In the Navy Jackson amend their Constitution at and ; of pub signed by Judge B. D. Hlers, of Fordhooks to reach the
only recently released from Jail General Election in November to Alice Lee, of Jacksonville; and fig, county superintendent stressed These programs are from Gainesville. I I Two weeks more of shipping are
instruction, an "open
InDeLand, where he was sent for common schools the tour brothers, W. F. and Frank lic 12 to 1 each day predicted for this crop in Brad
for of
guarantee door' policy before members In citing the necessity of cooperation
and entering He was given to Wells, of Jacksonville. Henry I ford County Yields have been
financial their meeting and
same : the Rotary Club at i between sportsmen
to the quality Welis, of Opp, Ala. and L. M. considering the
rudely awakened as the branches of the State govern | here Wednesday GET MASTERS conservation officers In an effort unusually large
however, when the Vie lis of Lake Butler. while the wa
of weather crop
nl I hla passengers This will be one he de-1 dry
ment. out Illegal fishing
facts to stamp
just on the Bradford County side amendments to be voted on Mr Wells was a native of Luke | Mr. Griffin. quoted a few DEGREES ,I milking One Lawtey grower, J.R. .
four Glared
said he hoped :
of New River one of the men pulled fall. Butler but had lived in Lawtey and figures whlc4 he Shuford. grossed 959: hamper
Welch and ordered In th He would get members interested TWO BRADFORD STUDENTS "Every fisherman should join ten .
a gun on Mr. voted to fur the past twenty-two yean | from his first picking on acre
him to turn off the highway The 1937 Legislature to the had been employed by the Den-1 i enough so that they would go fur WIN HIGH AWARDS with the conservation department From this he graded out 912 hampers
submit these amendments Starke'' ther and offer helpful suggestions UNIVERSITY and give every assistance to check ,
road. It .
and take the next dirt school fund mirk:: Furniture Co., of AT I of number one Fordhooks.In
of hIs voters and if the .. to the operation of our school illegal fishing."
then they relieved him I as Bradford this year around 250
VM annual since August. I '
the of
Is approved attend meet- Merrill Charles
lothe: truck and money. measure held system, as well as to Mr. Dunlen said that sports acres were devoted to Fordhooks.an .
will be just services were Futch and
Funeral C. A. ,
school appropriation of the School Board. M.and Mrs.
and game'clubs
I Ings men had organized fish Increase of one-third over lastsOllson'lI
Soon after they passed Lake valid a claim against the State Tuesday afternoon from the Law- j that the John Milton Brownlee, son of Mr with this
as the fact In Bradford County
Butler the gasoline In the stolen appropriation for Methodist Church with the i Emphasizing M. Brownlee received acreage .
the tcy Mrs J.
Treasury as burden of financing schools has ) purpose In view and to date more -.
truck gave out and the highway of the governor Dr William Shaw, officialIng at the gradiia-
pastor Master s degrees
paying expenses shifted from the county to the I I than 185 members had signed DEVELOPMENTAT
men hired a negro turpentine J I cabinet and the courts. Interment was In Crosby Lake j| tlon exercises Monday at the University I
the Ihut In 1930 first of the
Mr. Griffls said since the year
stale I I
worker to carry them on to Lake i I has been Inter Cemetery with American Legion j ji : of Florida In Gainesville. KINGSLEY
law Its
The present the system officer sold that In Bradford -
City Evidently in no great haste j I constitutional offices i ites. The Sherlll Funeral Home jof j from I Mr. Fulch received hla B. S. da-. The
preted as giving funds as follows: $29,19204 during the lust quail
movie of County MANAGER PLANS BIG
attended a in charge NEW
to they Lake was
escape right to money in the : City from the ]: In Agriculture at the Unl-
and ifter the show went to a restaurant I a prior I the stale; $25.095.03 [ gree season more than 15.000 quail THINGS FOR STRICK
If shortages occurred arrangements. 27,505.35 from the i veralty In the class of 1930 In of the countyT
there treasury. I' county; and been bootlegged out PLACE
foi supper It was heard I and there was not enough money Pall bearers were O. J. Phillips, I district. In 1937 he said that $69- ''woiklng for his Muster's degree, _, --_|_ ?-. --.- -_.

that policf officers who had to around then schools had to |W. Woolen, A. C. Pearce, J. TI I 175.58 was received from the he chose as the subject for his Klngsley Beach as Strickland m
jibe radii broadcast, arrested them. go I Bob Blanchard. and K. G. I I Vitamin A Assay of Tobacco Iteiny Harvested
..,. take the extra cut. Reddish I state; only $9.824.11 from the thesis landing at Klngsley Lake Is now
-- If the new "parity" amendment Duncan county; and $9,803.53 from the', One Type of Dried Citrus Pulp"Mr. Harvesting the tobacco crop has known, bid fair to become one of

G. S. & F. becomes part of) the Constitution Mr. Wells was a member of the | district I Urownlee waa graduated been stalled In this county and the the most attractive resorts In

APPLIES FOR CUT the schools would lose only the Ralford Christian Church find was ,I Contrary 'to popular belief the from the school of Agriculture at first barns have already been cur Florida If nil of the plans of W. D.Curdriiy .

proportion of their appropriation a member of the Masonic Lodge. 'I II number of children In the county's I the University In the class of ed In the Waterouk HOC tlon. It the new operator, work

tt'HH.O' AFFECT RUN snme as other branches of the __ schools has not increased 1935 with a B. S. degree. He Is expected thai the peak of the out just right.

forced to : chose as his subject for his thesis season will bo reached was purchased
harvesting The property
PHROUGH HAMPTON State) government were '! JOHNS STORE 1 1I greatly In recent years Mr. CrlfI' I of
Starke "Investigations of the Efficacy In the Brooker section In another several months ago from A. S.
CF at
I lose. amendments will I REMODELLED i|I'I' flu school said has Attendance Increased because of Aliphatic Thlocyanates and, Red week or ten days. Around 325: Utilckland: by Ceo. C. Pope of

County Attorney T. Frank Lnn- | Three other bal for the 1 Copper Oxide as Control Sprays acres nf tob.icco: were planted In Jacksonville. Since that time It
election but
Jrum n-turned Tuesday from a appear on the general i NEWT REFRIGERATION UNIT ,:I
meeting in Atlanta requested by lot. extend ADDED IN MARKET |!I entire county In 1930, and 2,333 In I mentals." .--.- \ a period of five years.
to 327 pupils
the Georgia. Southern & Florida 'i One is designated now enjoyed DEPARTMENT 'I 1937-an Inert-line of only six i! Both Mr. Brownleee and Mr. Plan To UuildDr. Considerable Improvements have

Raliwivs who are seeking to cur- ; homestead tax exemption, hits Futch were members of the Phi already been made/ : a casino with
i of families, R R. Johnv grocery store of transportation has In- i I and Mrs. RS.. Carroll, of
tall then service to three times a only by heads remodel Cost lltippa. Phi honorary fraternity. a i dance floor; a running water sys-

week 'between Val osta. Ca.. and to widows and single persons. The ,undergone considerable attractive I I creased from $9M3.68 In 1930 to Jacksonville, recently purchased I tem; two new bath houses withseventyfive
'Haiku' The line through original amendment was adopted ling and now presents a more I $22.913.90 In 1937. but the cost per I --- lot on Klngsley Luke from Mrs. F. lockers each; and

passes i I It home owners exemption I appearance and a more pupil per day has decreased from 'To All J-H Club Members H. Long. They plan to build a for modern
Hampton in this county.Mr j Iin 1936. gave to Uscustomers. future $1,0<))0 has/ been spent
taxes on the first convenient arrangement sixteen cents to 12'i cents the home there In the neur
from < 4club
Bradford County \ rest rooms
that the which All
Utndrum says The partition attributed >
homes, said. He
soiglu courts have deferred action $5,000 valuation of their bonds. I divided the store into two i superintendent to the varlous I members are urged to get their Mr. Cordray has many other

until the matter la heard by except on assessments for formerly been removed and this large Increase record books up to date and to Ickes Bride 'plans for the future and It should
haa which mean
the Legislature wctions! consolidations
the Florida Railroad Commission Another would permit has ) sro County Agent T. K. McC'lane I be a matter of Interest for Starke

"luce all except a few miles of the to pass a local bill only after the- \ new refrigerating In the market equipment department i moro pupils to be Increased brought into de- : ns soon iia possible If they want toattend ..... '= ----, folks to drive out and see what
through added to the -
Une In Is In this state thirty days notice been I I' Starke, and summer camp this summer he Is accomplishing at this beau
question the
ThO G bill newspapers, unless it Is to be eubI mands of parents who--want The boys who go will leave Sturke tiful spot on Klngsley Luke.
S & F has entered a to the I
referendum. Wells, formerly of Feniandina buses to drive right up Sat ___ .
of Proot m courts planning | milled to a J. C Monday, June 13 and return -- -
to Georgia amendment sought will manage the market He house for their children I urda)'. June If), Mr McClane an idyear's Mrs. K. T. Sharp
A previous
that Us operations
prove who recently thai the
' but It never succeeds George'Blacker | ]Mr. Crlffls predicted for each club boy and died at
1 local bills, work 53,
OVer this line are carried on at a to abolish with the Item would be cut Mrs. Delia Sharpe,
ll.S8 became effective because the Leg accepted a position Iransportatlon I years work for each club boy and her home In Ktarke Thursday

I i islature could not agree on uniform I Bell Bread Company of Gaines j by the present School Board by no effort should be spared by the morning of last week after a long
Representatives of five counties law that provides
charters and the Supreme ville, adhering to boy or his parents In order that Illness. Funeral services were held
alon!! the line met In the court city not closer than two I
be go
bills could not a bus "go to camp. If at all the residence
he might afternoon
hOU8e Court | ... Friday
ncre on Wednesday of last j home in order to pick
substitute Starling miles to a
abandoned until some Raiford T. possible, try to go wltn us ana on Cherry Street with the
!* the
i-irt attend
made to
Atlarm, hearing plans I had been provided. ,' Raiford Thomas Starling 43,1' up a child.____ A?_____. I enjoy a glorious week of play and Rev. L. A. Shepherd officiating.
I amendment'up Wednesday i In the Ocala National For In Klngsley Lake
study Interment was
dead early
This fourth proposed found I
: The was
railway company pays approximately ] Ki7e
( Sheriff Green Visits shores of beautiful
: $1.700 taxes In this I for decision this year is at his home near Lawtey. ? est on the Cemetery,

county annually. scribed by its sponsors as! de-l Jchn Hall and Judge Joe Jennings, | Congressman R. A. Green look Crooked Lake the County Agent Mis. Sharpe had survived her

the Florida National Guard of Clay County, investigated the [ advantage of the recess of Congress concluded. husband the late E. T. Sharpe.

I under Federal case and said death was caused by | over Memorial Day to leave --+- and surviving her are two daughters
, Attend Convention In order that its members would I a self-administered dose of poison. I I IMr. Washington and visit his wife lnr Club To Meet Mrs. The 1 ma Delock, of Savannah

The nes-Langford-Whit Post more quickly and efficiently Starling was a lifetime real- Gainesville as well as to spend t Woman's Ga., and Mrs. Vera Harris
, I"035.. of the American Legion mustered into Army service if dent of Clay County Ha Is survived I' some time at his home here. He': L. P. Chapman superintendent of Jacksonville and a son E.

I II I WIS represented at tbe state con- needed. II by a daughter. Miss Loraine believes that Congress will adi i of the State Prison Farm will H. Bliarpe, of) Starke.

ntlon In Jacksonville by K. O. ... Starling, Lawtey; four I IMrs. Journ by Jim 11, and also believes ,.sneak before the Woman's Club at The Bore Funeral Home was
Duncan McEuen, ; ) bill In some form its regular meeting here next Wed1nesday. DUBLIN Ireland- portrait of arrangements.
post commander, and J. Emma that a wage-hour Miss Jane In charge
Green that time. Mrs. Chapman, chairman of the former --
and before
Harry Benson, vice-commander. Osgood I Mr. Nancy Gnunn will be enacted
Other Bradford residents Starke; Mrs\ Maggie Hud-t -.- .......--- of the club's committee on Interna- Duhlmnn. of Milwaukee, niece of Legion Head Here
County of W. H. George ofthe I to Ireland John
brother in charge U S. Minister
rtlclpatlng Oagood Green, Jacksonville; three brothers, Pleasant i tlonal Relations. T- Comer, newly-elected
in the colorful parade died Tuesday at son, Gray To Mount for the Miss. Dahlmun became W
N.vValnwrlght. Green cf Staike and Levy Starling. Maxvltle program. Hostesses Cudahy. of the American Legion
Friday afternoon Included W. A. of the I commander

Butler L. A. Gray principal H. V. Knight.Mrs second wife last week of
Lake :Mrs the
D. near Lawtey. ere:
Starling afternoon
horn the Jonen-
Jr., post adjutant; his Wednesday and John High School for H. of the Interior In Florida will visit
held Bradford County Mrs. W. Ickea. Secretary
Cha*. StaffOrd services were Funeral services were held E. K. Ferryman, at Us regular
Cooper Floyd Green. the graveside of Elzy Chapel afternoon at 3 o'clockIn I several terms, announced yesterday j II Stern, Mrs L, S. Hutto, Mrs in a surprise ceremony held at Langford-Whlte/ post Post Com-
and the following at R. Thursday prlncl-I meeting Monday night
the Rev. J. that he had accepted H. Hill. 11'\\ Church Dublin
with Baptist and Mrs. L. the Presbyterian
Cemetery Long Branch K. Stump, announced
of the G. Duncan
|jmber the Junior Honorary his Pleasant muniler K.
Mount automobile
D officiating Besides Strick palshlp of the ..- .'-- ---? Ickes first wife died In an
Jim -
Society Misses Ferol Jones and Dukes i Church with the Rev He urges!: 'that every
Is survlved i \ consolidated school In' i itwentye1rht 1935. Ickes and his yesterday.
Green school, a crash In
I't Margie J | Matthews and Billy Crlf- brother here, Mr. Rob- land officiating He will spend the Australian eensore last year' cut graduate, member of the Legion In this coun-
fla widow; two sons Ga:JaJen County British wl.u. a Smith College
his + IIT itnm lu-i of
i percent the new
Johnny Frlgo. and OthmaWaynes by and Joe -- home here until his for more '.y be present to welcome
Macclenny, has recently : summer at his of United have known each other
Green skating
ert one' Indoor roller and sixteen percent r-ommaodur.
and late la August, ttata' !
Butler: most new school opens than fh.e
: years.
-.. Green Lake Hodges. become one of Shanghai's 3tate: films -cbjiictlonable.. : ;
( Mrs., Ruby i he said.
, Helium has been used experiI daughter. I popular sports.

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will the :lIth I..r. tin. ube" lani'd def'ndtuttthat, ,, I.e. lid .,
LEGION HEAD ELECTED I IIIK I dihitthid n-iil. i-ii'i In thi n the IInd.I/I'wll on J.tl.' .1.1Nt I i
"',"'init"f Muulfiiiil. :'-i" iti t i>f Flm' '- dnof I JulA n 'I,85!' : PIOM-IH! tot i i a mill line. l>unn InHtltutvil mtuliiBt! I, hlddel fin, ,, 1" .
JACKSONVILLE: William l.i.wll Honoinhlc; :: ; r-imnf. ..ludglof; I IIiiadfiiid I"n,, i h of them In thx'Iruuit Court Chapter 1829B ,

I LIVE STATE NEWSFLOUin.V Thornton Comer of Orlando was 1 Ida lets' 411. "il:;1 In \\JlII".. n !Si-i :lln. "'".iiiiu. 10'1.1." ills 1'1 ltal 1 I.' '., '... .I' .! ., ...., ., .. ". LVMlBllltUll. .' .. "lit, I 1"" 1,I to.," I, .1 y)
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AdniliilHiralor f111ue of II \ n 11 i "1'1IIaIbv il
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unanimously elected commanderof ma ll et IIIae1Ho mill his wlffKlh.'l II, '"
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FACTS IV SHORT PARAGRAPHS the Florida Department Amer- tiixi'S to he milil. are tvlililiciii ,1,. .goals. nun ..f tinKHIale, -if H wHumphrey Mill'Hulta. mli'lf fur, '111' \\\1\ : I ?, ;, ,..'''tla'
ican Legion which concluded ." iMMtirunto, N".. 111:: nl 1H2S rep Pecenwil.,, .and at HiildIlin. pun"'"' fn iruioxe' InUllN nnd quietaul IRA In NC,. '"
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there make nppllcntlnli to the r illowliittIniiilN Ivlnir '
i'tlviInnd "tipreHent mtpnlctalon -, then and II NW'4-IOGO 'II
.. three-day convention here Saturday I for the years 1927 to 1991, to the said Jud.cfor a final lie I 11I1I' In Ltrndford County.Floi to; .fl, : I
bush., 3S.80Ha adinlnlntrHtlon of ,'Idu, towitnmment'Ing: VA ?: rKoV:I ( ''!
SIIOLTZ LISTS EXPENSES KLAN HALTS GAME!: afternoon by endorsing the liiiluxlMitmouiiiInK' to M-ttli-nient of bin R ;;
I Id tax fl-tlflcali-H together, wit M1 said' petals, and for an order IIla- (' 210 fuel Went NWW oft NIV' \ ft':1
TALLAHASSEE.-- Dave Sholtz CLEARWATER, --Police Ch le f principle of a State highway patrol all allbsrgtI.'nt. ,,,".IIt,1 or leviedlaxfB ilni-Klnw him UK BUI'll ArtinlnlMtratorturn and, Myrtle St recta and" run I2x W 16 An\.,: ,I'I 01

reported that he spent 14837.19 Joe Russell auld! more than 250 and a drivers' license law. Sessions will lie Mold tn the hlKhenl. ,t, teBtamento niinexo, de bunl Nest alniiK Mouth solo of Muni- 'I I "6
InHtnrkv ... blare.01'leputlil hunx i ,,, s
hldili-r at I the (1'"u'II1I11' dour Him I Street 210 feet to We tnuirelHiid ; \ :.
in his unsuccessful campaign for men attired In Ku Klux Klan regalia were held In the Mayflower [ on the loth day of June, till: .t..d thin, the Ifth day of May.v Street tlienc-e Mouth 5
He tel. who mi: *, at 11 :00 o'olntlc A. M. / of Hmitlmt-Ht oilier' "f Madison The tnx-B in i b.. .. ,
Senate. halted baseball Legionnaires meet-
States .
the United a negro gamein were PutBil this the 2l..t day of May., H'KHMAN H WHIDHAM.An slung said Wentmoreland Street hv certificate .vM: i i" : I I. Nnp
listed contributions of $4,335 in his A city park. The leader called Ing In their twentieth annual convention 1 1111 AilmlnlHtrator rum, textamentoannexn 4Jfl feet thence Knnt at right "ctlvely. and' tqu. ., ,,' .,r
(OFFICIAL( SEAL: ) de bon I.. non of the Estate mild 210 feet tor the ",'II,"'_ Iv ,, "
final expense statement to Secre- the players together, he Bald, and declared that the session angles to inclusive. : I ,
A, J. THOMAS of It S. lluniiihr, PereaHud thiince I Ninth 420, feet to point Rmnulllllllf'' ,I. 11r In"
tary of State Robert A. Gray- told them they no longer could use here was one of the most out- (leik of Circuit, Court of 27-91-7-22: of beginning, In OnHldiiK addition ALSO: Lots I. 2. I .,

the field because "of certain actions standing in the history of the nradford County Florida. to Town of Starltu and deaIlCnal..d N IIlk nt Aft 9th.Peeks AddIi'n', "I'I
fl-UT-St-6-JO.: 1:11.: III N\\. "
In the past/ Hussell sale partment and William S. NO"'U'Ji on mai| of mime an l Sec 2* Tp. 8 S | J N;kllby
BURNS "Clark' 2cre Hlocli" In Seeder ( 72>
the negroes left the field and there son, manager of the local N TICR" FOR ELECTION all whom It mav concern that I 211. Township 8 South, l certiflrete. li m/lii .11., ,:?'"
ARCADIA. While Paul Simmons N 'b .
For the power vested In them the Range 22 East, and containingtwo i 7t" ,.
and Convention Final Return "aKxeiMitor '
unsuccessful candidate for waa no disorder. Bureau nHril nf Publlo IiiHtructlnn fonrsdford r Have filed mY of acres. more or le..... upectlvely and r,.,p,7, .,, ,, i
ed that an official registration of County hereby fall an of the NNtate Pranclj JaxeH for the yPHi,"* i!I"t :: ,.''Wi.of'N'vr"n '' .
orJun each of and .. I ,
17th and
nomination to the State Legisla- --- -- :\f. Taylor and will on the And you you .. ,"
2208 persons had been recorded.He I election In Hrmtuniln. Huh SchoolniHtrlct I *. A. D I9.1H:\ apply. to Hon. K all persona In Internet urn ordered : emounth'g> at RW' n" 41'I-;.,. :,,
ture was watching the count of NIX RATE INCREASETALLAHASSEE.Florida estimated that No. IT and Starke, ButSrhonl K. IVrrvman, County judge nf and required to appear In said ? Hun N "r '"f s'wtal'nlna
approximately niMtrlct Ni 8 to be heldJune for discharge as Monday, June 9th. 19S8 toanswer Ft. 701 rl
Bradford on
Democratic County cause S
votes In the primaryhere com- ft., W 'Ii
$69.000: had been left in the city 21. IMS In the RontrtralnSrhool :'old aald Hill of Complaint no ;: :B'J :tan f '",fBt:
his home ten miles north oj mon carriers including railroads House and In the City Hall I4xerutoCYRUB O. TAYI.On. exhibited nituliiBt you as defendant, 2 "acre" '' *
truck and boat ten I by the veterans. In the town of Starke to determinewhether 1I13tIIa.. falling which n decree. confenao. Tile. ,n'rl'' ,. '" y'
Arcadia was destroyed by fire. lines won a 'pro taxes til III' Nlllll. ;
I .- I or not District No. 17 nhalli will be entered aguliiHl you and hv 'lIth'at", II" 'Ilt1.tr.
percent rate increase from the itnunllflnt with utarkn District No. :lN4
.. .. NOTICKNOTICE each of you. 11I:1: : and 1 fll: r'eJ".1, and ""
state railroad commission in an PINE LEVEL a to fleet three trustees and determine IS IlEltKHT fllVRN to It In further ordered that thin police resent. the unpal'If'' \. n, ,

YOUTII ELECTROCUTED order announced this week. The ... I the amount "f Mlllune to bonKHpHoeil nil whom It may concern that I have be puhllBhed once n week for years 1930 to IBIS t i,',,,,,,. r '
STCLOUD..-Jack Blount, 18- 1" II. 1\,. l'lrlt..e, CorrespondentThe against said ronnollilateil. filed mv ,.'Inay' Return and will on four l'un..e""tlw..k... In the Biad- uiiioiintlnH- tHO 2* III", ''Jlh|
Increases will become effectiveat for the enniilnic two years the 2!>th day of June, A. D. IfllR, ford County Telegraph. a newvpaper ALSO: NI, ot SE'' ,,.
year-old oiler on a dragline was -" for. mild election will apply to the Honorable F.. K. Perry- having general circulation ana .t tilt
a date to be the rll..t.l..t a .W'1 : W "1
electrocuted at Holopaw when the agreed upon by Union meeting at Pine Lev- : man (County Judge for Flnnl DI-\. tmlillBhed In Bradford County FlorIda 22 'I'll.! s"s. It 'a5: 1X\: ,: v "
cal Hers- The railroad commissionsaid el Church closed Sunday with I : charge" an AdnilnlHtrntrlx: of Estate 4 at-lPK' ,, ulna ur| ]Irw: I '", 9 i
hoisting crane operated by his the new charges must be form the I'Hl tlltxHnni nf H N Abraham, demeaned. Thin UO.VE and OUPEKEn nt Statlte. The taxes in I"i ., ,. ,n, ,
messengers different i i Carl Ander Slay 2Hth innMETiVFiNIA. )Florida this Sth ot Slay A. D. l by '
brother Ernest came In contact I day I v ., i I'' >
tension line. posted within ninety days. churches of the County and State Klam FUICCIKIrirfla Lewis AnnAHAM, Adm'x ints. rir| :Hnt, h'I:\ :: ui I :;i p1 i I i; '
with high power i
a 5-27-4t-8-17. KIFFICIAL, SEAL' )
varn 1U32
n .
A i iuniixintliiK I. ,
resent. i STAnK i"
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Standing ankle deep in water the I A. J. THOMAS. to 8'.I.1 i ,
young oiler received the full shock GREATEST ('ELEJU ,\TIN Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lanier of Adam F. 'A. Scott GrtenK. J n'rIeI f'KIITIKM'tTKMNOTICE : 01" 5'I.Fr OF TtC: Tiiadfonl I del-It of t'n'ralt County Court Floi'Ida. 111.':uld HUhHPillliMII.tux i IM' i"in, ,,n,i. ",

and died Instantly KEY WEST Among celebrities Jacksonville, visited the bedside of I J Knlllvan \ : IM IIMltKHV; OIVEN that 1'. Prnnk, l.iindi" inn taxes will \e'.I' 1 i"i M, "III.. I I IMdiler
Graham Boyd 0V. Moxelvv has, flli'ilvllh 01'111"11 \t''IIMY l ,
Mrs. H. M. McRae nt !tin I c'
---a>-- scheduled to participate in the Sunday. B-27-41-8-17. .- request| Hint the tax 5.5.6t-0.3. Starke on thp '! .
.1 i int
celebration at West Mrs Sarah Daniels of Milliard -- rt.*H together with All "ti ,, n
KILLS HOPE roil GYM' 'Qla Key July5 \oTi't >PI1" OP 'I"X I 11 .on o i'IIM 1P1&ted I 1\ ,1|
TALLAHASSEE Cone ?- that will officially open the and Mrs. Minnie Hlcroft of Dens- I :I1"'I1.t"II'I 1' ,'C!.:.. I "'inte'iltf.il he or advertised levied. taxes and held,aoht rertlrl-I' : 'I'IFIC\TI'M: OF al1.H or:" TC .\:\: 1938.(( this Ih! ,. I II I I I., 'I, ,

new Overseas Prescient more, spent Saturday night with : IM II PITHY\ fllVEN:- Ihnlrlyrie hlwheft I bliMcv. for, rash. '
cabinet last week "I'm Highway are I\ flTH'I.: IS: HKUUHV GIVEN that OFFICIAL SEAL I
told ) con )
the has flli d with wrlt.111..1
me -
'h l i Mm pi ir S2it! ( of the 1937 arts Kl'im, Lewis filed
M'rs. H. M. ban with me written A J
McRae. .
Franklin D. Roosevelt Senators "n thai 'l1u' | tax oertlflratvMtriKt'thor I TIIOMAJii --.
not going to sign anything to borrow of the Kr-vlnlflturp. upon the tellutylog iviiuent that the tax certificate 'I. i ,
with all !
any more money for the colleges Andrews and Pepper, Governor Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of f. cl I m, lovlerl 'tit 'c"KiilmciitiHiit, hld 1 10th"l omit- di-porlbed, ri-nl eRtnte In the together. with all nuliBenuent oinlt- ':1I"df".1' r
l County of Iliudfmil State of Florthats ed 01 levied taxes held by the State 0-20-31-8-3.
." lie delayed action at lelsttl'mpol'arlly Fred P Cone. Road Department Valdo, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie *"'.' In* ..,h'"I"1! and Hold to theMffhrKt da, to-\t It.: < :
I lildder fin, .,-h an T ,rovlil.*dliv I
Chairman Arthur Hale and 4'1. AR4 Wondlftlvn.. Bee
Jackson of
to bor- were vlsi -
on a proposal Chapter ] 82 ir "f the 19:17: arts I
Hun 31 Tp B a. It. 22 E, contnlnlnjr -
row $100,000 from the Reconstruction -I many others The event promises i!tins relatives here Sunday. .f tlii r"I1'.I"r." .. upon the following 20, Acres, mars or IOHH.
to be the greatest celebration Herlbeil ml i estate. In the The taxes to be sold evldeni'eilbv
ever tire
Finance Corporation for a ; Miss Myrtls Fountain of Gainesville '','unity, liriiilfiinl, Stale of Florid rettlflrnte N.... 203 of 1031 reMipctlely t. qS
staged in the state and Is being arranged i t'',.wlt:
and athletic field
and .
new gymnasium spent Saturday with represent unpaid
night ,
!SIT of sn' r.".... Road Sea R
under the personal direction taxes for I the years Iii0: to I Ins:: I 1,1:
of Florida.
at the Miss
University Carrie Alvarez. Tn 7 1-1. It 2D i I': lontaltiliitt- 3 II both InoliiHlvv, an'onnthlg,
to $2f 69.1
of Warren '
Smith. ,t''r"*, mare I lifMHMi .
nt .
o Mr. and Mrs II. H AL4O:: Lots El, 52 51:J. 54. 65. SO
Lewis Mrs. t tnx1 to hi sold are" evhle.iced'n .
Town nf Tjnwtev K of
FOREIGN:: TRADE INCREASES M.. J. Fount of Lakeland and '"" i'i-tiricnt. NI.H. 40 and 113: of 21. 24. 25. SB Tp. B S. n. 2"ETh. .,
JACKSONVILLE. Florida's PROJECT PROGRESSES! Mrs. Lizzie "> ; mid mil: : resprrtIvrly.| and 1'1!>- .. taxed to he Mold are evidenced,
Register of Green i "o-nt jniimld tats for the s
year by certificate NOH. 812 and 737 ot
foreign trade has shown steady I TALLAHASSEE.-John Branch Cove Springs were visiting Mrs. i i'H. 1"I: i to I'm. both Inclusive, unionntIIIR 19.10 and 1111 ewpeftlvelx" and I''Pr."t s 3 +t1

gains for the past 0 years it was of Apalachicola, superintendent of M McRae to tH no unnnld taxes for the yearn '
Sunday afternoon.
ALSO: S\V4 of SW/, ICBM Hnarttii
1130! to I01H! .both Inclusive amount- it (
i pointed out this week by Harold the Franklin County oyster rehabilitating EMer' S. J. Akers of Greenville '. '" Tp. 7 a. H 20 n., rontnln- IIIK to $211.21:\.
Colee president of the Florida log ns Acres, more nr lea i"..
I project being conducted and Elder and Mrs. Ceo. Sold tax certificates together with
Hodges Thi taxeH to lop aid) evidenced l4 k
State Chamber of Commerce. Total Jointly by the works: Progress I, are ill Kubneqiient omitted or Tjevledtnr t ;,i
at Milliard were visiting friends hv .rllfl""I" :No 67 and lay:! oft -'' will .be sold to the highest
for last year was apPI'Oodmate-1: Administration and Florida Conservation here! Saturday. t 1x32 i:! and 1\:1\ !: rpHpertlvely and repreB Mild I, ,,,r at I the CourthoiiBe door In A e

ly $70,000,000 a gain of almost' Department said nt unpaid tiixec for the )'earI'I n stni'Ue on the 10th day of June,
oyster t" i''i both 1".11.. ,,
't' amountin t1
Mia. Nlta White and Mrs. Audrey q. nt 11:00: oVIoik A. l\!.
$12,000,000 over 1930 he said. planting and rehabilitating work ir tn 147.49. lilted I tills the 21nt clay of !May
Neuman both of :Slid tax i-eitlf I
Jacksonville :alas inirethervl'b 1911
--.- In St. Clncents Sound commonly all "h"p'lunt, otiiltleil or Ijt.\ lad l ltiix .
f POTASH WATER KILLS known as! Indian Pass waters is spent the week-end here with rel- I ".. will b.. mild. l.i the hlHlifBtlilf1 A. J. 'THOMAS
allvs. '> '.*r It t tin ('"'"'','h''".." dom In flerk of
ERADENTON. Bing Crosby making satisfactory progress, and \. ,Sfukn, on the lath div of June, Urn(If old circuit Cniu of
Crawford 17-months-old son of that more than 12,000 barrels of :;: "(, at 11 oo n', I I". k< A. M 5-27-3t-6-10.

:. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crawford Of'' seed oysters have been planted this 'HUOftKKKMl I ims:Dated this the 2l..t day of I.I 1 tllUllr <'o"IIT.: .' IN s'li IOHIIIMIFOKII

,; Same-set died of what his father month in the sound. I".. \ern: Gsilney, Correspondent '(npI I'-TAr. SRAI.) ( (01 STY, FI.Oil-
and the attending physician said I A. J THOU \H, lit ,. l\ (-l\%.'KltY.:
f'lerk of I'lri-iilt, (mart of C.
n. IIOI.TZEVIMUIK: and! his wife I
f were the effects of drinking a NOT FOR GOVERNOR Purtla !Mott I T'.iBdford County, Florida. P.TJUT. MAKIE Hor.T KNUORF. ;
5-27-.1t-S-10.:\ .
quantity of potash water. The TALLAHASSEE.Comptroller This community was shocked -. .. ---- _. PlalntlffH. I I

f. father said the boy found a bucket J. M. Lee has removed himself Sunday morning by the sudden I l> Illfl: (01 HT OF TIIK ('OI'\TY AllAH"A. n EN'CKn et alDefendants I I
.11 ore:. lilt \ 1
|>KOIII 1.01".1 .
the liquid which had been used from consideration as a candidate death of Purvis Mott at the home TV, I>'I.OHII) \. l\ IMIOII\-|'t:. NOTICE IS 1IBKEBY OIVEN:- TO

to remove paint from furniture. for governor in 1930. He said he of his father and step-mother Mr. I lnr.: i I Sarah A D. Knrke, Ethel M Muhone. ''
; ESTATE OK n S Ht'MPHHEV Jessie 111....
------.---- Ulakely. and each I
expected to seek re-election and Mrs. J. M. of .
to his Mott Brooker.Mr. DECEASEnFI' of them If alive, and If dead to
INCREASE IN W.t .'.\ present office. "I positively will Mott was forty-one years of NOTICE IS \L XI1ICK the unknawn heirs devlaeea, legatees r a .

JACKSONVILLE. -- Beginning not be a candidate for governorIn 'Re and was a member of the Missionary I HEHKBY GIVEN that grantees or alllllgns l of each
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t June 1 the Florida Works Prog- 1940 he said. "I know there Baptist Church. He ,, --- -- -'- --- -
wasa ='---;=- : :: ..=:------===---===
ress administration will be able -
have been some! Informal discussions native of Brooker and althoughhe I r :

to carry 35,000: persona on Its among my friends and others had not made this his homer'

rolls. Administrator Robert J. about the possibility I would for the past several years he had ]

Dill announced he had received enter this race, but I want the many friends throughout Bradford I

authority from Washington headquarters public to know that I will not be County who will regret to learn j'

to Increase the roll 2,500 a candidate l under any condition." of his! death. |i OFFICE

Jobs In order to stem evermounting -I ..wDELINQUENTS I Mr. Mott leaves to mourn Ills I j SUPPLIES

unemployment currents In this
:: MAY HH pausing, his father and stepmother i
state He declared a recent survey -
TALLAHASSEE. Business Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of I IDI'ook'r j
indicated at least 1,000 per- firms '
low bids
submitting for supplying I ; his grandmother. Mrs. j
sons n month have been
state Institutions must pay Enoch Matt of Brooker; his widow !j

regular employment despite the any delinquent gross receipt taxes :Mrs. Maud Mott, of Providence; i II
fact the WPA has given jobs to before '
being awarded the orders two daughters. Miss
an additional 12,500 since last NovNnbl'I' under regulations adopted by the Mott, of Providence and Mrs. Mil- I
Dill also said the Florida
cabinetThe I
cabinet abandoned
1 I dred Weldon of Jacksonville; and
appropriation for June the policy of rejecting all bids a host of other relatives and r
would be $1.511,914: the highest I from
companies whose taxes were friends. I
figure since the spring of 1937. not paid. Governor Cone and II
Funeral services held [
tate Treasurer W V. Knott said 1
Monday afternoon at the home i i
the policy of excluding
-- delinquent
his father (
I with Rev. L. A.
companies from bidding on supplies herd, ,I t
for the State Hospital had I I. r>f Starke. officiating. Inter.I, e i .'* 1u
ment was Immediately
ti BUSINESSDIRECTORY resulted In purchases costing more the Ruby
at Elzlses '
Chapel. DeWltt C. Jones i

1 money In some -instances.. Funeral Home hud charge of arrangements -I, II LEDGER OUTFIT

j $:A 00

r TALLAHASSEE. -- About 200 Active pallbearers were O. An exceptional value! Consists' cl looae 61 Pr RaV@n

deer have fallen under, hunteis' Wott. Russel, Earnest and J'I leaf ledger binder 200 ledger (beets, and Each x r ttl g..

I junflre\ this summer In a State-fi! mond Hewitt Carl and Wesley I! A-Z, 26 division leather tab Ind.... Bound bindtttwl$1ok $

;; ne nocd campaign to eradicate cattle Andrews. Honorary pallbearers' I In durable Imitation leather color red or black. Steel back Standard L.ven! Gr 2 5
were Vasco Hazen joptloe d
Buck tdmlfafton
fever ticks In four Central and with automatic locking device. Push button for 1' teetht
r I4 quick '
$ 'V ems' "outh Florida areas. Dr. J. V. Shel'iffV.. R. Brannen John Dickel lag, no key required. Sheets are white Ivorydalo open- d ,last lid cape.d adlock 1 binges. Lathl
I Two
, z State Livings T. J. McIntyre, 1 litacyle. Bright
direct- paper substance.. Sheet
Inman size 69J; Inches a4Nee, .,
In Stt>rlll/eil Itottleit. Ing the hunt, said forty-three deer Harrison, Ethan Sapp, Sam Tapt k

tad ben killed in Highlands and Anderson and N. D. Wainwright __, Endleoa Shpt sk..Ic.
The Pause That Kefn-she Jr. .
Glades Counties und about 1450n BeekN e. D..e.l.uoa 2940 0 atw F (e.
privately-owned hunting preserves E.eh 24090 -- =
WE ARC of Orange and Osceola Mrs H. P. Galney and Mrs. R. 020008 Ruby Ledger Outfit-Red $4.00 Nomad 9&I01& 3 _

I'RESCIIIPTIONEXPERTS Counties In some sections he B. Raulerson attended the funeral 020007 Rllby Ledger Oulflt-Black 4.00 abOPe.xcepth 7 S $2 2.27,

'all about sixty percent of the I services of Mrs. William Brannen;' .1.Rt.m. :Its h'W1derDebtml.6ed:= olh.cwit. ord.r.d C.. tOrk Noe, y7 alele COlored
at Swift Creek 8.1....tohtan".b..4: : loDf
CARPENTERSTHE leer were found to be Infested : Cemetery, near I.I M ao.d,. clo._ -= rA' .k ) eeay e. bla
: i Lake Butler g.
with tick. The general average of Sunday ; ,. 22790 1 CMatm. .
REXALL STORE mem at Ion i We are to r 227 064
1 Is twenty-seven per- very sorry report i t "' ):el,
h rent. The State Livestock Sanitary that J. M Mott has been ill for lied .... 19Yxlli '-

DenmarkFurniture ; Board. started the deer drive when the past several days. We wish I rI Bltu KuUnfBrown .

t repotted failure In its efforts to him a speedy recovery, O *M RuUntf n4

CoW eradicate the cattle tick In arena Mrs. Jane Johnson of Greensboro {

Are Receiving New of the four counties, because of spent! last week here as guest 'zl u1

Stork Every Day. Be Sure to Infestation among deer In the I I of her daughter and son-in-law,

Nee It Before You Buy. swamp recesses By killing deer Mr and Mrs L. B. Crosby.E. .
; .. and T. Stewart .
dipping cattle the board said was Injured Mon

FURNITURE:' it could eradicate the tick. day morning by a falling chimney .

nl'lI.nINO"I'D:"' REPAIRING -.- -- :fowever he Is Improving and his

A SPECIALTYNoeItli The sandal was the every-day many friends hope his condition is

shoe of the ancient Greeks. not serious'
-.s, Painting. Lawn Mrs. G- E. COLUMNAR PADS
-- ---- McCauley was very the Eagle

Furniture and Ornament.EDIY Mrs. Alfred Canning, of Eath agreeably surprised when the $ 05

Eng., secured a court InJunctlcn Crooker B. Y. P. U. gave her a New low .-. Canary Bond, red and

II.AKTMAX'S:" NOVELTY forbidding her husband to speak shower last Sunday evening. She I 1>1". rull..<:. Butt Bond, brown and preen BOX LEDGER OUTFIT <

SIIOP to her. received many useful gifts ruling. Itt ub.. paper SO ilievta to a pad. $800

I O. E. McCauley who has been I ,I Ten pad. p.r boa SiN 8H.... Conalateofdurablebrownoordurobbtde"'rit1a ,

suffering from tooth J c.-p Bu" Imilatloa l_Ui.r back ad
f Is again able to extractlons.// e.-10 No. I St1o H.. D..4uen FrlO while 1.egdal..h..h, 28 .ub. ledger cornet. 200 "'
p- ... "req1 .r 1
I and A-Z
For Expert and reel so he's all leath.r tab 26 dividoL 1nd.a S'4Adud ledger m.cDealsm
710-1 opa.td
RepairingSmith's -- -.- I B7104 4 col, with lL8D1e apace $3.09 k.1. .
7105 710l! 5 col. with
r The first name spaCle 2.09 aa..
training school No. Biter....
for 7107
B7107 7 col, DO a..... specs 2.09 DwMpttenEagle PvM. .
male ,
nurses was organized. at 7110 Eli 10 10 col., with aam.. apes 2.15 02040
Bellevue hospital New 9)id n, Ledger Outfit $5.00.aeh
\1887. York In Other aixM up to 30 column proportionately priced. 1040B 9La113e Sh.'a only 4.80 peplOO _

Garage I "' r rr
u \OIKH. OK aI... nf T\\
I 4 tarrlFU'ATFe:

Phone 120 {I 1.1. NOT1'Il- Join.*hi ha.MKItKIUf'llVK.V filed; with til,. writ that r

i 'It request that the Bradford
tax l'"rtlfll'al"'
'",..Ih..r with all :
{I subsequent l
Wrecker Service ,1 I '.1 'r levied taxer omit-i I County
Day or Night lv..rtl..1, and 11.,1.1 held to by the the high.At .a.. I, Telegraph

I I bhl.l..r t'r' rash ae t>rovlil.., byl .
|: I "th hapt.r. 11398 of the U17 act* of I I tl-': -
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I' ,,| >E; 3. 1933 Bit.\DFORD roi TEI.Em\pn, STARK FLORIDA PAGE THREE '
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Scene t s"I" I/verrlpUen .er. 'r 1& 4 0" ,aer R <'on)* i itt
uropcan' I,
Muddled ; : I! 1 1.71 I r 1 xU '. of N\'I.' of
Still ,5i' :14 5 23 /5 R. L. Ball.in J,'. I t'13 ''
Watchingt : : : G'MW'": ,, of SEU' A ,8V4f '
Bears :Notice I I.. heu-l.v, Kit u tbitt tho r..II.| i : 4.19 .- HKU nf SRU!: ex 1 A- -
ninth thereof UH will !ho< IIP...nniirv to |I"' I : 3.80 on 8! Aida W of Ry .-. 348WU 6 S3 89 Unknown __

iniique; when he feels I'M' herein. net opp.iclip. tip thimum-, xu" of HWVi of HBU_.__35 II 21 19 U.o. Coleman ._____ 221
t and Hilvertirlnff, will btnnld at pulili.-J, : ..
ip.foi. a new Germimple nf. July, A. D 191:ifl. Ht the hour. uf 12 8.18 Wot NI\ 8.46
:NW'$6' I 13 15 C. L" It. Dlnffelder
I and Invariable llntine' door, the County ..f Bradr.nd, 14.11I
", ", l Kim-Ida. NE'. of NW'4 q -_- 88KU 8 13 40 Federal Land Bank11.93

,f ..kes strong demands S.51 of SIDVi of SBVi\ ____ IB 6 11 10 et. L. Kersey, _____ __ 1.08 d

I ,,one from the country l/es4.ripd4n tur. 'I' It.\ ': '4 of BWVi\ ._ ..__ ._ 58EU 8 iii 80 Johnle FarmenterI ___ __ 1705)

r"u'; these are granted, of HW4 of 8WV4 A
de- 1 SEU, of BWI4 &: WV4 of I :! "' *H of HWU of BKVi ex

,\;p... ,1 makes. still stronger 8W'',1 of SE4 ___ ._......36S'n e 19 60 ( \ 9.118 13 5 A -_ .- ._ __ _.._n..__ 6 8 23 25 'en Morris _______u_ 3.41

l rhia finally reaches a of 8W'4 of Nm\4-n- 7 19 SO t M.IST.84 8E"8, 12 160 Jerome ThlrllCb _n__ 4069

'an. ,.,,,..]'," i he demands become SVj of NEVi &: Nof! fiI'": of AWL of NW14WH _. __ 8 8 13 20 Unknown ___________ _, 4.61
,in country Cftn"i 6l3i,4 -7, 19 180 AEA In SW
,hat the ---- -- of SWU
.\\', Ping without becoming"I ; SEU of SEVi -- _____ 10 1 19 40 (-b.r. "f.NJS of )t vli AWill
grant them I, of "8KU' !. of SW' 8 6 23 103 Jerome Thlnch ___..___ 33.64:
of "the new NEi' of NEK &: E'4, of l 3.11 4,
1 virtual: provinceSo NWV4 of NISI. __ 11 7 19 00 1f All EH' of NWVi Of 8WU
Hitler u refused SWi, of NWU k NWVi of f 13.90 W of road ___,._______10 8 23 5 Mr Alice Luniford --_ 4.20

ermanynd him with whegnrda a t SWU _______-!___11 7 19 80 : EH of 810. of SWVi ____11 8 23 20/ C. V. Ing-lewrlBht ___._ 366 ,'
thlll provides aw i/ of. swu ?________11 7 19 40 ., \ of of ____II fI 22 20 Irene K. mown 6.2H
as a Justification for HWU of :NWV __________12 7 19 40 "' Y.81 !i'j EH of NEU SWU of SWU 8KI4 ____14WH 8 22 20 I. H. Hobeln ____-=--::: 7 87 .
NWI4 of 8WV4" ______ISEH 7 19 40 { 8.TtI
and aKSMsslon.I I of EH of fcE'/i! '\ of
Lmuiv' display with of SKIof NW n__ 1 6 20 20 :: 6.74 NWU .- .-__ 14 6 22 10 Win Mahler "_____. 4.20
technique "'FJ'.f. & Of
"Bed that NEU E'4 V R A of NWW of SVoP
Lstiia I 1' Now he la using It In I an 8HU NWU of. 1 SU'4' 2 8 20 160 t> NUj' .,1' s\Vi,4 or "'l:', ex 6 : WH of NWV4 of RKli' ____18 122\ 20 Mary Hunter ________. 3.76
hemp'' '"" .Ichleve his purpose in A School. A Rood _____ 1 8 20 15 : of SWU of NEU16 H 23 20 KiiKene I.. Klnohen 2.66
The democratic All FI.> "f 81JU: i': of pllb- 142/1/ Lose 1, 2. S.: 4 of. Florence
rech.lova llirntul. _________11 8 20 80 ::14.15 E rnnovn'* $/U In NH -_ITXWU 6 22 ICO Federal Land Rank ;:.18 10 '
.I'tlment does not want XKU' of NWU h ___. 12 820 40 : : : 6.n < of NW'4' ____ ._17X13U 6 22 40 .feroimt Thfrnrh ___ 14.21
zed 4 > made great and im- \WH. ,.r. NW'4 Hi Nlfc ia ofKWU : of NE''., __. IB 6 22 40 Jerome Thlrich __-_-: : 13:03
SI it !iig I of NW! ---13 6 20 00 8/1.114/ 8ij iii' 13-3/1/ of NAVH ofNEU

'. oncessions to Hitler and SKj of HWU of NWU Bt 8.,8 -184 A -- _. -.11 0 23 13 I.y dla Tyson' _n____.. 7.04
'or' Nazi led I by NWVi of SWU 13 6 20 60 W-I/3 of. NWU of NEVi-
I ',",' 't,.rnal group I SE'' of NEU & 114 A Ins I ,, 13-1/3 A & NEU ofNWU

1 hi' nleln. who shuttles bock 11}: 'or of NHli of NEU 14 6 20 42 ( -. _- .- 18NH 6 32 5.1 Gad Tyson ____________ 3.6T
011 Berlin and :_I'. of HWU 1.: of river 21 8 211 10 9.88 : of SEU A SEU' of
"h between I ___ __ ___ ___22SWU 8 20 ; .__ 19
1"" 1>11 of liE'. 80 ,SEU\ .- 18 8 II 120 Edith Phelps .. u 32 1
,n'i 'is apparently In the of 8WU: -. -28 8 20 40 1 11.211 NEif of BWU' ___ 18 8 n 40 U. A. Terry ___ ._____ 2.91
.rat): with Hitler Goerlng, Lot 1. 3 of nik IS, NewUlver : "SH of i
?a' .""h'h i ._____ B3-24 8 20 : Lot: r.Ii\h1'\ So\t""IX

:; :out I other Reich official :NWU of NWt4 __ ______ -2tNKU 8 20 40 road. .. _____ ._______21 6 82 20 J. W. Edward u_____ 21.81
:year with the bad : .,t NWi _--_-. 27 8 24 40 18.38 en
I "' "I. m open I tit of N'y' of I>E'.. ___ 28 8 20 40 I't'nr; of g"t2r.V -
Is making dei of & 7.OC
It'r 315 ft W 210 ft.
would revIU NWU of SEU _________2t 8 20 280 i ; run N ,
i ,it I If granted, NEVi of NEU ___-________83 6 20 40 f : 110ftNASby

mz.. both Czechoslovakian E' domestic policy, and KEU of HW'4' ---------5.1 A 20 DO of I "f SK' J
'IG'1) tad her I I E'j I. of SKI'. ____ _____33 6 20 80 ".04 WH of NEU SKU: of Hu|; 21 6 23 80 J. It. Addison ____n_ 14.59
?j, ,ini way toward turning N'4' of NW'.I & "SHU of \ 4.as '1112 A In 8KU of NWU nee
Nazi-dominated to- :NWI'i<: & N+'ta of SWU of : deed l-wcord 40, page 127 ,
,"t inothei NW',4 _________________34 6 20 tan 10.51 for denprlptlnn I 21 6 23 10 O. 17I. XWAdlejr -._______ 5.46
::11' J tan state. These demands 8KH' ___________ _______..14 A 20 160 '. 10.n 5 i A 1 In: NWU: of' 'SEUHounded ,
President NWI4 __ ___ 2 7 20 ten ( II liy J..ck",,ii
.arc" 'L", en refused by .Ana I. -r---;- 7 7 20 160 : \ 1 :: 8,1 8.: : hand I M Joy hard, road, N
|3 "- 8' B't :NB"<0: of NWii & WH ofNWU of lllk I 3 S' of It 8. ,VAt
;; much for the facts. Now | : & SEU of :NWViex :! 8.8" 1.1"; or Itlk 8 S" ot II

possibilities. In her new- I about 3 A 13 of pul>- I 1.88 4 \V 111 1'1111,1.' Nub
thi II I- road & ;NRU:.; of SWV4 : it 0 23 10 John Co.lnll'lon _____ 8.21
,..stenture.. Germany la supporta ex 1 A In !SR ('01'__ 8 7 20 196 3.811 W' of Jllle I I 14ex of It 2 W21
Poland She apparently has Lot o of Lllk 1 Ward : 8.10 1 A III II-: Cur 5 1ty
Id, in I city __ _____ 8.7 20 \ .. 8.10: of l Ink 1 14 IIf II 3V toTempIPe
". her! ally of Importance. |, Lot 3 of flk.. 2 Ward ) Ruh lily .21 0 22 9 n. t. Lloyd __________ 15.\9

,.Slovakia's chief ally la I i City _. __ 8.7 20 8.40 LotH 4. 6. 8. II of leek
ze' I.-! 2 of Tllk 10 Ward 1. l'ln"Hltur LJII""I..p11"t -
Far vlth who she has a treaty ]: 'ti' _. 8 7 20 5.36I. 21 8 23 Hal Edwards _____n_ 4.60
I'jiit French military parpi '! Lot li oftilk 11 Ward / ot fiR'. IIr RW\\. of
makes ''Ij,
':i'ltv gLi.f 7 20 :; 8.40 H\\ I...... IV :1.\ 23 0 22 3: Ji1. it. Conway _______ 283viii
[ |( "i' automatic if she la In-I 13 of Blk 11 Ward'ltv !: of N1711 oC NL1'i22 l : \I U 18 U. '1'. N"aotll ______ 266V.1
recent dispatcher < g 7 20 :! / NH'i ASI.L'
:t .III Lots 2, 7 of Blk 12 Ward- / 8.RT 4.21 ror'JI.o of Nbl'4' 22 8 23 AO 1'. A. JtoltRnMn _______ 4.08 I.
j'' Paris foreign office lap city 8 7 20 :_till', u[ 11\\1. of NE14. 1/01 1\ SI 1111 itanial 1..I.n 3.1\8\
;: .D stand by this treaty LotH R. 0 of Dlk 12: Ward 12.23 !\V'4 of NWL4 _83 8 22 40 T. S. 'Yllllan. _____ 14.20
___ g T 20 of of SE'',. N"f
City 1.aD: All 'V y4 NL44
'i -I' France and England .017. 1 of-Ilk 19Vard / rosd 23 G 23 UI. ({. I1oyd> __________ 5.18I

>is> ,,111.'iv' ) entered Into an ac- City ? _-_ gl..ti 7 20 3.011 I 0 .\ "r n II acre trianglebeb'g ''
11, 12 of Blk 13 Ward tall of M'iI of ilN'Aur :
;t 'h''h>i, makes British military I City ______ gLotH 7 20 9.61 8\\ t N of tuna _23 6 23 8 Mrs DOI'I\ Sullivan --_- 4.50

lion with France virtually 3. 12 of )ilk 11'Yard Thl" 1"1..lnn or 1oI\\o orSIS44
ceo City ______nn________ S 7 20 I ".PI : A s\V'i! of MIS 44. of '
'HP* .uable It either is forced Into I ot lI1kU'V : 11.71 hiL4 M 1 1 tat road U 23 8 13 5orneat 'Vlln.I.'Jlch -- 1.97

till d id-lured or undeclared. And f"Mti'; 8. __ __ : gLotH T 20 11.81 'Y III 1 of NW''. uf SII1iA :
Ilk 101'ard I .t Wlv IIf M1nr .... 1'
3, 4 of 8.20 s A
1.1\ Russia Is bound by treaties City .- __nn. ._. g 7 20 : 1011':!" N of road 41 If 6 U 21 Chaa. E. 'V/nchell/ ---- lI.nAll

ath: h.ith. France and Czechoslovakia Lot- 7 of Elk 15 Ward ; :: 1 ? MlVb4.. of $1154 k 1 Hay Itf __ 14.119NI'
('Ity. .. 8 7 20 6.17 "$1.4 of MIV'y< 1 N 1 "f road, U 8 1:1 37 Haggle 1I.llton" -
'n.' fight on their behalf .01,. 011 of Ink-IB Ward- : __ ___ __ .8M1 12'01\ 1611 ('h..... ,1. .Ioh..n -_ 411.0a

when Per Tag arrives City _____-_____________ g 7 20 : 8.PR nf NIP _. ___ ___. _::18 8 2'01 MO I I'n..t: WUIHI..II"h. 2MJaI 4VH
'V'y 4.
Lot 10 of ilk 18 Ward I' 4.21 : "r NlV'4 2\1 0 a2 40 1" 11. A )Mae Jordol1 --
Thus Germany's aggressive ac- city gLoin 7 20 ( 8.U I I to fl nf :N 105 ft I.r x10of
> 3--8- 1 12, 13 of II'V' tat $"; x44 o0Ni
tlo-i ,ilmlnatlng on May 21 with Blk 1 IS, Ward, City ______ 8 7 20 10.18 ;:.; :'. _. 28 6 U Rogers Dattle ________ 4.38CUIII

the massing of troops near the LotH 5. 6, 7, 8 of Blk 20, I ; ot NB Cor of Call AChur4
I Ward City .-. _____ __, g 7 20 10.18 : h t-1 A run 11 878ft
border mean only one
Czech can
Lot 1 of Ulk 29Werd N 341 ft for Il pt ot
of'wu" things. Either she believes city ._ R 7 20 beg. thence run l II] 210 ft,

Czechs will\ succumb toa I, LotH 4, 7', 8 otDik; 22 th.I1I' II 18 ft, 'V 210 ft.N _______ 8.38
thai' n' I Ward Cltv .- -. ._ gLotH 7 20 I II.IM: : 1f. fI to beg 28 8 13 V. D. llIrr.lI _
daring bluff.--which does not 5, 11 of Elk 22 Ward : 8./18/ tats I. ::1 ..f talk 16 Or"rIIIILI 35.84
or she believes City; __________________- 8 7 20 : Town of Starke 28 8 23 .r F. F. Slump ----------
seem likely now- '
Lot 12 of Bile 22 Ward 201 CUIII 20 ft a In \\ of RLCur '

that she Is nearing or has reached city ____:_________ ---- gOik 20 12.21 uf 1..t 9 of IlIk la A
la 23 e" Lot 7Vard run N lOll fl. 1V 112'.. n.S .
the point where she strong .-__ ____. 8 7, 20 :: 14.88! I 1011 rr to Cull I> enough to fight Russia Franceand togter -AW Cor of 8WI4 H.t"T. 1.1 2214 tt to beg Original
I 28 0 22 DAnk of flar'kt;! ______ 61.20
England. All three of those of SKU & run n on Sea : 8.4n I'nwu of 5rarhe
line 607 !I-S ft, thence N 11.1'3 leg at N W ("0" (iftill A
countries are suffering from inter to S boundary of Ward. : 8.10 Walnut 1'1. k """ \V 149

ns1! -rouble' of one kind or another. CItY thence W 007 :2-3 ft 2 .I In for n \\'lIoftt beg 111
I 8 7 N ,
thenre- 8 to beg.-- 13 I hunr can
In mv event Germany's latest I I .,. 10 c3 : !: II! fl. 14 105 ft. W 18 ft 10

aC'.ln has completely disrupted' tn.o' f. \--i SE'i ofW'4 Of '.00 !beg ht: of 01k$Imks I7. OriginalTown 2S 8 22 Pim.. Knight _u______ 23,01
""", & n KIO ft .
tin brief!' and ominous quiet that $ of S\VV4--' _.. -____11NWI 7 20 83 { ? 11.18 ,ot6exNICftofW1+J A
b"" '. .UK ,over Europe since the of NR% __ -- --__14 7 20 40/ N 10\o ft of Lot 8 of Rile

."-, luss with Austria. It has XEi<\\"',: riNHV4 of :NW-3 &:-:All: :SB4of 14 T 20 40 I : 1.118 2a, 'u;Iginal .Town. _'. .ofStatrhe .18 6 22 r U/, Co Liviregiton ______ H2.34

: 20 H\V ('or" oland
15" 45 lit
rond leg
'.i." i n iMhcated what so many cor- NEi N."r
T. T. Lang
IC.n :lire
of sold I.
6 AN/
NEU: ex I
J"I I'r,: < nut In touch with affairs :SI-:Pond, .f .. __-IBV'j 7 20 85 by H. J. Temple A ruts" JJ

h ,. ""INT 1 wld that war Is Inevl- \ : nf NWi4- :--:::.- 15SWI 7 20 80 : !: 14 degracs .r..g 41 ftUteUrs
__ ____ IBK'j 7 10 l 40 10.7& M 14 M
taol',! mil that the question fac- :\: ,of, of:XE'4<: 8WH -__- _. .18 7 20 80 : I 234 ft. thenceV 14 de-NIt
tot F\II"pp: now la not whether I Ir It : 14 A of KE'4 of SCttIPHH 1 a'reoe H H2 ft
l'I NBA __..___- __-16NWi 7 20 g : : 8.70 degrees E 2U ft,
I I. itstaved i ir' I I III
1 prevented[ but how long IAN thence E 14 degrees
< of NWVi less U ttrc. Noll U. NO/lOlan/ 57.35
2J! IS --
I... off. Certainly Hit- 17 :20! 84 : 2.28 4t ft 10 bug
i.f Hy ?
of NE4'! : 21 20 14 'hrsu A In $11'14\
I.. p'ti-mpt' to exert German con- I B 14 A "f : S.C.UI J. (Alva'ue Add '-
\'I .N'W'4 of NWi' ex nI2 ;:; hy "" .V4..;,!, H'
''I' .,i Czechoslovakia has In- A __--_--23 7 20 2t :! E Iy; Adnms I4t! If ea-

.' I Vii of $1'1---: ._ 22 7 20 40 I : '.83 leaded H hy Fly land., A Jail jamb _____________ 5.10
(I 1' .i.. !! MU chance of a European, : :of SR" of PEI'i' =_ ____23 7 20 ai) \V lIy Flume .28 8 23 .
.. 1-Tj
,' of .tats II. 12. 13. 14 A: Fred
:ling this '; of MiVV S\Vlt
year. ;
1 E'j E' !Ip"" road ____ 24 T 20 11* /.7,0 Lot III Cook..y' Add to
fni| pince to watch now, Is England Xi"=, ...f, NWi' tat NWU ____24 7 20 2n ltarke 1'ul101'I' : by i4by

Chamberlain la growing i XWi ;of SEI4, BWH'---&. 24 7 20 40 Cnn tladleon St. IV by lit"nyIt.! : .26 8 U U. C. IJVingeten _____ 106,40'he

*ft'kh'r. and the recent cabinet W.Mtrvt of, of NWi;:. VIZf. -2Ci'in 7 20 60 I T N'of: the followingdearrlhed
U9 C'ICY 141k
'orif .
8ec.2r. '
'hikeups' have further weakened' I :", at NW K( 415 yrln, M Hounded. N lIy Call 8t.
AT run .14
hi- prestige There have been a 44ft yd., W 435 ydH, N \V 1,1', IIroadwav $1;
2.5! 8 1. byItuy
11. A
number of by-elections since the 440 ydH to pt of hpllr-311( \ : > :Iy Mndlaun Mt. 1 ---Y9 8 23 Unknown ____________ 21.71
at :NW
Alas trim
ignatlon of Eden-and In everyone of A Sec; :25! & run E 4'"" 1.01' 2 "f IlIk 13,Co'Llvlnw.IJ Sub- '

of them the government's can- ydH. 8 440 ydii for B a lilt pt : 8.71 atop) ;. U y A 28 G II 8. K. Kelley _________ 1.87

dl'ati has been beaten, even in of ydH beir.H fHO thence yde, \V 3SOvdn ota 3. 4 of IIlk 17. LIvIngston -

constituencies that were regarded : N 880 yda to pt of 25 7 20 108 l+uh-Ulvtslon: ;, Truby; : A co'u 123 D. P. Pullum _________ 8.87

u safe Some experts are saying beg-7E 100, tt.'nll--w--. of SB : : 11.1., [.tat a oflilt 19, 1.lvlnlJrrv -

that if, Chamberlain la forced to' Com'or of Sec.:20!25 chnn& run, E W 20 } :.;Truby' _'!" Co':---._ .-'- -::28 G II Muse Graham ________ U'Lot
call". 20 chnn. 2.68 IIII 10 Livingetnn -
general lection-whlcl\ labor N 40 rhna E 20 4 of ,
chn, 4
and liberal M. P.'s are seeking chn, 8 40 cline, W 20 1'Ivlelun; Truby A Co'e _tl _b:28: 6 U Lola Jones _-::'____u__ U.

now-his, government will fall. chn 120 A. .S Kino 20' chn com to 410 beg-ydn : 1.82 'Vof 1I1k 40. I.lvln.i'v .,-

Should that happen there will, of H of NW Cor of tift.: K 3N9d 25ft :" ;,,Truby. k_ <::0'" $_ub-__ 28 8 II Unknown ______--____ 2.H
440 ydH
course, be no more British conciliation run N II 440 Ydx. W : : Lot 8 of Dlk I, 1.lvlnll'-

with Germany and Italy- >yda", to bur-;:;-34 A EH.___38025 ofSWi 7 20 154 stun I 'l'roOy(a Mlerka A Co'a Addtinn .23- II II O. C. Llvlntr.ton ______ U8
sad there NW'4 of NKH of Ink a, 1.lvInll'.toll -
will be renewed British of N 1':',. -- 1 6 21 80 "tats 6. 8. 7 CO'I

"Pport. behind the League of Nations S"Wr..f: NEVi NR'i of of NW11: NWU led&- 1 5 21 40 J; : : 1.28 A".lItI..n, Truhy tn, $tark10r A _11_ ,28 8 al U. C. Llvlnlfelon ______ 11.4Ente4,5,6,7

:N-\ of NEU' of NEV .. 10 1.lv-
25i. 5 21 30 1 12. 13. 14 .rIlk .
rr>'Rd I..hl..d.Int In':S'; ,., ofSWi : 8.40 /10K.'n, Truby A t'O'1I J. 11. Addison 22.11
.. __28 8 23 ---------
According 1 to
to AdJlllon
computations, ',, ex I A In ;NW CorA t.
: 8.10 LIvInttuii
'* IIf Blk 16.
> > pounds of fod consumed also) that portion I t. are <-x
luring one year by each adult in ;N road of running County "'pet graded toState .I ; : 8.40 ,: n'I.r': ';.ta,k- .9A 8 U Mr.. Julia Eastman ___ 6.48

the .. 4 of IIIk 17. 1.1"ln8'-
t-'nited road tat
States. Farm _!525: 5/ 21 115 : 8.OB' ) b a, ('u'e Ad ___ .
_-.--_m HWU of .fo11'H.. -- .- -- 23 5 21 40 ; t.21 Win'l'r:: Stark. ::28 6 u Unknown ---_ _____ 2.18Lilt.
TRAIN f't' NEU -of- HJi-- of .. I. 2. 3, 4 of Jllk 2",
SCHEUULE portion /
Schedule All NWU of NWU 5V 255 LFvingetot':i i ', 1 larkll:<28 6 23 Win C. Prather ______ 6.48Ln'a
of trains arriving here of N-* of SFJ'. of Co'. Addltlon
ft 14 or 1I1k
II. U. 1:1.:
dAIly. of Ln.wteyjJUhlt
Subject to without lying S
change A:
notice (- road & BV' of 25Ni 5 21 27 '. : Cu'a 23' Llvlngston Additlnn ,U. Jvk.:,: 28 6 u Lyn C, Prathe ______ 4.110r..t.

"outhboundDlle, NCU of' NWU of NWU=:=:=25EHi 6 21 20 .. 3. 4. Iii ft. 1. H. II, 10
Starke (
of EE'i 11. 12 of itlk 21!. IJvingetr.q. -

o 1-Local_ 10:48: p. m. I of 8WH of SWU.27 5 21 20 : I Truby Sucks A ('ua Additlon _::28 6 U 1" to Libby __________ 8.27J.nt.

Ao 107-Through____ 9:03: a. m. I SB i. of NEU *: all SWii road! : l : 4. 11 to c.f tOil 31-.-LlvInlt'on. -- -

Northbound_Due Starke of NEU H Ew---2T 8 21 140 1'ruhy A 1.:0' Unknown I.H
of : slarkeU S II -----------
Nj ,
J10. 2-Local_ 8:15: a. raAo SE'4 of 81V'.. BW 4 ofz9SwC 2T.31 Addition to naves A
_- 6 21 80 r : [..#,t 4 uf Ilik 3. 11' W. Duddlntrton 14."
U -
--- 6 -
108-Through____ 5:04: p.m. HE *of"NEi4"' --11.12K1 5 21 40 : TrubY" Add to $tark..2S

!Starke and \\'annf18 Branch 1' 4J of NWU of -NWVi- -ofSS ..348KU B 21 20 : : 12.53 Lo It 1 of. JkHf,r.n.-: ._ Addition :n II .- Unknown _____________ 8.48LOl. '

No 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.R /! ;of NEVi'. & NEU-- 35 6 21 80 .' 4. 5. eX N II ft or

< 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. 14 !undivided- Int' In- -Loin L ;; : 1.81 Itlk N Jonas Addition toStarks n 8 n N. D. Walnwrlll'ht ____ 18.48r.

95 WVa of Let 11. 12 : AR'g of loOt 9.
Dally except SundaysSeato'rd : 4 In Hellbron r.... 1.9 :
of Blk toStarke
.39 highway. Addltlon ____
N. D. Walnwrl.ht II.U
Airline Railway. sprintuM ------------- ; 18 8 n
1 AIn
T. J. 8'"x of N14 of NE"1 ex M-1" 3 of .lIk 2. HI.h-
: Lo' a.
GRIFFIN. Agent. of SV N. J. Keen "..aTI
__ NW Cor : 1 6 31 79 : way Addition to Mtnrk..;. 4 5 la ---- -------
NBU -- of J..ot 2 of IJIk 1.
E.f 8EV I 5
PRECAUTIONSWhen of SWi/ ; toStark.
1 6 21 80 4emplee Addition F. W. Duddln.ton _____ 4.110N
8KH -- -- II
35 6
SE'of 007 Los
you have been out late at I S"* of SEV' ..., of NE'4 & Nlytar :; : __ of Lot6Aall
BI8ht NEy.nr .. 10 ft SI
eating and take a of SEU
drinking, NWU : 7.04
8 21 80 6 7 LIk a Temples
3 Lots
"Poonful of Blsma-Rex in a glass SF-',. &- SEF'--ofNWVi I ,, Id to: Starke ___18 4 13 1>. 111. Knl.-ht _________ H.n

of water before going to bed. Bls- SWr, \of*NEU NWU of 8E'4--' --12'5 fI 21 21 120 40 : 7.06 ."1a. 6.Addlthm 1 of Ink II. T"m-$8 4 U Unknown ___________u 4,15
plea toUM erk13
"a-Rex acts four ways to combat NEU of NE'4W 88--yd-*--of .t 1.70 It o .

eld-Indigestion. N 145. : -18NE'4 ( 81 SO l I Temples ddltlUl tUn. Mrs 8. IL Oeborn '..14I
Try it and see NEU.. af NWJ -------- 2.01 Stark. II
BOW' wonderful it is. B18m&ex. -, of NWVi *x N 165ydii 13WH e 21 20 ..74IX Temple -
Buy W 18 yda----- Lot 4, 5 f Blk 14,
& ex I 11 C. A. Fetch 4.30I'
8tarke.S8 4 ---- -
only 5Qc. at the Rexall DrugSSttorecupenter's of 8WH\ A NWU 8ft of9t1t4 ofNEU !' 23 Addition to (Continued on Pace SU) ,

t Drug Store in,\ of of 8w1. --------14 6 21 110 3.31
--14 6 81 40 Su'I
NWV of NWVi, --------

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P.\GE rOt."R COUNTY TELEORtPII STA.tKE, FLORIDA __ __ __. FlUn.n .\t:. i, fuse
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j r .VE District, Convention Fralriku Edwards Will Play Zeta Tuu AlphaIlouseparty Rotarians and Wives Notice WoocJnn" i: < --.

Of Woodmen Circle At Woman's Club Enjoy Fish Barbecue Members

,JocictJjDr. ? i, The Northeast District held Its Little Fredrlka Edwards, seven- Members of Beta Gamma chapter Members of the Starke Rotary :Mrs: L. S. 111111", ,
annual convention in Trenton on year-old daughter of Mr. and 1\II's. of Zeta Tuu Alpha will enjoy Club and their wives enjoyed a. that members ,.-., , Thursday May 26. with Mrs. Mildred W L. Edwards, of Jacksonville I a week's houseparty starting Monday fish barbecue Thursday night of Circle and Junto:, \ "' .*'
Powell, of Starke, elected and granddaughter of Mr. and at Mrs. J. M. Mitchell's sum- last week at the Kingsley Lake dues by Saturday i I',' /'' '',1<
first vice president and Miss Amy Mrs W, H. Struth, of Starke, will mer home on Kingsley Lake. home of Mrs. W. E, Torode. About ----.
and' lIrlcLendon Are I Food Sale I j Moore elected reporter for North give several piano numbers at the About twenty-five girls from different fifty persons were' present. William Cullen BJU, ,,

The Woman's Club of Starke 1 Florida. The offices will be held Woman's Club meeting next Wed- parts of the state will com- Chief cooks were T. Frank Lnn- "Thanatopisis." hm ,II","," / 'aft'
Hosts At Informal SupperDr | for one 'year. nesday afternoon. I pi'IBB the house party and they will drum and W. B. Mundy and they poem, when he WUH i th "m!

and Mrs. H. B. McLendon will hold a food sale Satuidaymorning I The convention began promptly Fiedrlka has recently: won In a be chaperoned by Mrs. A. L. Spencer were assisted In making preparations -

were hosts at an Informal chicken at 9 o'clock in the buildIng I at 1:30: P. M., with formal opening state musical contest for childrenup I of Jacksonville. by L. Shepherd and W. people In Bnidfoi.i, ,,,n i ,

night at formerly known an Jessie and the Introduction of the 'fol- to twelve yearh'or'8ge, and received -j Friday night the sorority will H. Hart. ,County will be Inu,, ,,1., IO':
pileau supper Tuesday [ae's, next to Canova's Drug i lowing distinguished guests: Miss a grade of .tf-Suprelor for J sponsor a dance at the Woman's' The fish were barbecued over of their engagement ''I', ,curt
7:00 o'clock at their summer homeon Store.C. I Abbie E Holden, field representative her remarkable musical ability. In Club and Saturday the girls will open pits and eaten from a long

Klngsley Lake I and state manager of FlorIda this contest she played before au- attend a luncheon at the George table spread under the oak trees -'- I
The supper was served buffet C. Hoppe, Mrs. Jeanette Kin- 1 ; Mrs. Eula Balentine, state diences in Jacksonville, DeLand Washington Hotel In Jacksonville, near the lake. -
and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- historian Mrs. Vonda where the convention is
caid Judge ; Inman, national and Miami. province FLOWERS
tables The the
style from large placed un- outing was given as result FOR
kins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, 1 representative and district Friends here of the family will\ to be held.Members.
of attendance contest in
oak trees the an
der the on II
giant Hiss Madge Middleton, Mrs, Ethel manager; :Mrs. Ella R. Strickland l.I l. be delighted to hear this gifted of the sorority In which the losing side, captainedby EVERYOCCASION
lawn. Arrangements of Shasta Biggs, Mr. and Mrs,, J. E. Wilson, past state president; and Miss Ella child at the Woman's Club on Starke are Misses Evelyn and Mr. Shepherd, played host to
daisies and zinnias were used in Mr. and Mrs. K. G, Duncan, Mr. I Mae Strickland, state. Junior assistant I Wednesday afternoon, June 8. Marjorie Stump, Miss Lois Long, the winners, led by W. P. Smith.
decorating the tables. A big bon- and Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mr. and supervisor -. Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate,
fire added a further note of hospitality Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, Mr. and j During the business session and Circles Will Meet Mrs. Fred Guy, Miss Beverly .

to the occasion. Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mr and I Initiation of a class the degree Circles of VMomnn's' Missionary Cady, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. VincentDyallPaul We make corsagiHnd
Those invited to enjoy the eve- Mrs. T. T. Long, Mis. E. S. Matthews | staffs of Starke, Lake Butler, and ----. /
ning with Dr, and Mrs. McLendonwere Mr. and Mrs. L. D. i Trenton, helped/ to put on the floor Society of the Methodist to :Mothers L. Vincent, or Jacksonville, floral pieces right t It!?.,)?, .?
Vlnlng'j Cnurch will after Speaks
meet the of his
I Monday announces engagement
: Mr and Mrs O L Bcnsley.Mi Mr. and Mrs. W B. j| work In a creditable
very ,
manner noon, June 6, at 3:30: o'clock. Cir- eldest daughter Frances Marlene, our own shop till'l and Mrs D. A Monteith, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. C. W. j jClmlker I I during which time proficiency Club WednesdayMrs. : ,,
and Mrs. C A. Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis certificates cle Number One will meet at the to Earl: Vincent Dynll, also of latest designs
Knight i, ,,
were us
presented to two ,,
of I'
I D. A. Fohenburger, Ii''Ii|
home of Mrs. J. VV. White, with Jacksonville of the late (
I II son Brady
,, H V. I
Mrs R f Demorest, the Rev and ]Mr and Mrs. Knight members of Starke Grove, Mrs.
A.rloV A Fischer Mr. and Mrs.1 I and Mi and Mm E. L. Matthews. I! Viola FuH3f-.ll and Mrs. TTrhel Urn White and Miss Olive Ray as Macclenny educational, gave lecture an interestingand to the E. Dyall and grandson of the late I by the country !' ", :,,,1 1|(
hostesses, Circle Number Two George Dyall, of Starke and Lake
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-- ; ,;I Chambers Miss will meet at the home of Mi and large attendance at the Mothers Butler. are hC'J'l'<, time gave a message from Mrs. Club on "Child Training" Wednesday -
BitooK FIELD' lira. Hogan Snaith, at Sampson The will take selection. Come ,,
: Dorn A Tally In regard to FlorIda's ufteinoon. wedding place on n II i 'i] e:
City, with Mrs, Smith, as hostess. I June 15 in the St Paul's Catholic
Butter lb. 33c standing in the Regional The club is for those interestedIn us acquaint you' \' i, Ir
Church in Jacksonville.The .
GREEN'S STORE ;I Convention to be held in Louiavllle,
child welfare and Is
tlon Maude sponsoredby modern facilities.
of Mrs Andrews
Ky, on June 14, 15 and 16. gave many friends of the young
two numbers-"Be a Woodman the Starke Women's Club. Meet-
10 LBS! Cash & Carry North Florida was very fortunate Circle Member Now," and "Don'tBe Ings are held the first WednesdayIn
In having Miss Holden, as comI each month In the club auditor- enjoy the reception with Miss
music and words
SUGAR 47c I pleting her quota Mrs. Vonda In-. Knocking,Mrs. Andrews. District ium from two until four o'clock P. :I IM I I Stump were her parents, Mr. and CLAR JEANSHOPPE
Fla. composed by -
I Starke, i man, quota maker, and Miss Amy I officers were then installedby The club Is taught by County -j I Mrs. Stump, Mrs. L. A. Canova,
I I Moore, district representative, also the following: Nurse Mrs. Clennle Hickok and :I j, Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs.
', being a. winner. The Starke grove ,all Interested are cordially Invited 'i IF. H. Long, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mias PHONE 97
3UARANTEEI) was more than proud of its prog- Installing Officer, Miss Abbie E. to attend. 'I I Evelyn Stump, and E. S. Mat-
Flour 68c I ress In the campaign.At Holden, Jacksonville. thews.KEEP ,

24 Ibs. six o'clock a banquet was Installing Attendant, Mrs. Von- Miss Stump Gives Recital I i'I. -.
i held in the Trenton school da Inman, Starke.
building AS NEAR TO YOU
Miss Marjorie Stump, daughter /
and the committee on arrangements Installing Chaplain, Mrs. Ethel FLOWERS
of Mr, and Mrs. F. F. Stump, gave ...
everything possible to Walker| Gainesville 1' '
MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c GRITS 10 Ibs. 22c her certificate recital Friday evening (""i
I make thin one of the most enjoy Musician
Installing Mrs. Mae '
May 27, at 7:45: o'clock In FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call! 123-J e- 1
able affairs of the season. Seated
I Green, Stal'ke. I the auditorium of the Florida< .
around the table were
After which the meeting came State College for Women In Tallahassee '
.\ members from twenty towns. I to a close by singing "Till We I| ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY:
R-iceL Sl'i 5 Ib 16 :1 After the close of banquet, the Meet Again," and prayer by Miss I' PROMPTLY
) :; s. C i evening session opened promptly I Holden. j I I I' Miss Stump pupil of Miss Mary

1'at eight! o'clock with welcome ad- Those who attended from Starke i I Esther Winslow, proved her ability MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
ns a pianist In her
by Council Commander of were Mrs L. D. Green Mrs. W L. i
W. O W W. J. Thomas tation and technique of her num-
; representing ,
Andrews, Mrs. P S Denmark, i iTSthcl i
FLA NO. 2 CANGrapefr't bers.
was with
the mayor of Trenton; response :: Chambers, Eunice Wilson, many
OLEO, lb. 12'/2c Juice 7l/2c by Mrs. Inmnn; greeting Bh.tie McKlnny: Mae Bryan, Rosa beautiful flowers as gifts of this

from Woodmen Circle, by Mrs Goodman, Frances Mcintyre, Mrs. delightful occasion. DRINK
Hardee, Trenton, Fraternal address Vondu Inman, Oveda Thomas, Mrs. Miss Lois Adkins, Misses Katie
Miss Holden; tap dancing by Ed Tievatt, Mrs Callle Herring, and, Virginia Fugate Miss Mary
STEAK F.tNCY20c two Junior girls Rosa Lee Love Miss Vonda Inman Miss Amy Emily Parker, of Tallahassee, Miss
and Dottie Sue Haidee; recitation Moore, and II A Prescott, whose Marcia. Smith, of Quincy; and Miss
by Junior boy, Joe Lee Hardee. I bus was chattered for the occa Ruth Prather of West Palm Beach PepsiColaBIGGER
The Starke choir, under the direc- sion. were the Ushers for the recital.

(.OI.])" N ROSE QTS. JERSEY 1----- I Immediately following the recital -
/ the members of the Zeta Tau
Salad Dressing 20c Corn Flakes, pkg. 6cPCRE I Alpha
sorority, of which Miss
MUf Stump is a member, honored her AND BETTER

i pIEBSONALITIESIN! .I | with Those an informal present from reception.Starke to
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POWDER, 8 large_--_-- 23cSfPEKSl'DS OCTAGON SO.%r CHIPS, I Anna. Lewin Godowsky, Leopold r
large ___ ____ lOoO I I Godowsky was a. concert pianist at $7.50 :
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large pkjr/ .-- IDs the age of nine. Ha entered the BIG LOT '
CON CEN'TKATEDSl'PEKSL <'\GON TOILET SOAP Sc I Berlin Hochschule at fourteen, and
Inter studied In Paris under Saint.
])S, pkR. ____ lOc OCTAGON CLEANSER __ 5 Saens. Before he reached his teens I of
a he toured l Russia, Poland and Germany -
fourteen made his first American I
tour playing In many American ENTIRE FAMILY
IIEAI \KO\INV IN \HTINO. GKOWINO. LAYINGSI cities between J38\ and 1886.
.\ ln: AND>> foi'U.\TCIII"EED"I. THOSE: WHICH GIVE In 1895 he became director of the
lor THE BEST:: RETURN= FOR THE PHICE YOU PAY. ItED piano department of the Chicago I New Shipment Just Arrived
Conservatory of :Music, remaining Special
In that position until 1900. '
Several The
: I.V= TFJIMS: : OF !KESILTS.ELLOW I By Daniel i! McNamara years of concert tours and intensive Best in the Latest at Close OutValues "

years ago at the of composition followed.In I
\ WE"ITEnS8.0 ,, KED>> ROSEB.tG 1 SEVEN with world fame as a ago piano 1909. he was created Imperial I Reasonable Prices
Corn $1.65 : virtuoso and composer of hundredsof Royal Professor of the highest rank to
Growing Mash $2.37
works for piano, Leopold Godow by the Emperor of Austria and I
L.\SM TEItIUO :! sky A..C.\.P.. started to pioneer In named director of the Imperial I The Latest I In One Dollarat
Scratch Feed $1.83 "KI ROSEBAG a new field. Not content to live with Royal MelHtorflchule for Piano at
the I
Imperial Royal Academy of
memories of success as artist, composer f
!KED KOSE BAG I Laying Mash $2.40 and editor, his restless genius Music In Vienna. -In 1912, he was I, LADIES' SANDALS ,
him made editor In-chief of the Art Publication I
Mash spurred to new endeavor.In .
Starting $2.58 i PEXS\- B.\GOats I Society of St. Louis.
seven years he has done an Oodowsky'g studio In Riverside I' Black, Red, White and Mixed 69c
691' Laying Mash $2.15 amazing work creating a rich Drive, New York City, l is the scene
$1 ; library of pianoforte compositions of frequent impromptu concerts ot
for the left band only. In this chamber music directed by the Colors. Sizes 3 to 9
BAG BAG I hitherto neglected musical realm, maestro. SomeMffies I
Albert Einstein
Oyster Shell .60c Peanut he has disclosed to pianists an aston Former Silk Dresses
, Meal, $1.65 ishing; development of the possibili and warm distinguished friend ot mathematician Oodowsky is I prices $2.49 to $2.95

W'E PAY 3c BELOW .1.\\. MARKET FOR EGGS I ties his Had fame of Oodowtky the left hand.done nothing else, first Godowsky violinist keeps at these abreast musicales of the Now Your Choice for sloes 13 to 33 e

would have been secure latest
developments of physics and
Agent For I Now through that these he has recent rounded compositions.out his chemistry scientific ,trends.delights r'in discussions of $1.98 $1.98 ( 1

Impressive collection, o( this new Oodowsky Is an aviation enthusiast U-
: type of work be has returned to his Ha flew before
TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. earlier compositions and Is devot Ing had reached the commercial carry.
ing himself to their revision. It was stage. One of his first Trade
flights was at Alexander
on the basis of & Co. the
earlier works from Parts to Morocco fifteen years Friendly Store where satisfactionis
that i
he was elected to the American '
ago. when
flight over the Mediterranean ,
Better QualityGet Society of Composers. Authors and was accompanied by haiarda. Guaranteed and Service rendered with smile
Publishers a
and the rights of public : He likes to fly today, he ..y.. la
performance tor profit of his copy. 'the air his mind 'Is composed-and

Our Low Prices Before Buying righted to ASCAP works licensees.were made available be can think of out his the Intricate arrangements ALEXANDER
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toi, \nolli.,, ,tie'" \,111'1-, tout, :"dung<)'III''M )') "Bad Luck On Friday Lit, He Miss loiin, Dlnklnn In vial t \itr or TII\NKH' k ,
itfi L, nlat' '"- In L9.toy thisweek We wlah to t'uinU'! the '
l many I
daughter Mis L. .1.J Lum
13th"k '
Bits of I'n' Tuscaloosa, Ala. ------ : friends for their kind words of h I

: -vw- I' sympathy and help In our bcreuvjricnt f I,
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Mis. W F Barefoot and daugh- and for the beautiful flow :
r ,i County Nurse Mrs. Clennlp ter., Eunice, of Sanderson, were 'ers that were placed on the grave. .I
weal evb'ro Hickok attended the Staff Meeting I !attests Monday afternoon of Mr. !, Mrs. Edd Sullivan and sons I' i. t, ,
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of County Nurses In I, .
St Augustine .
a.ndIra.. P. M Barefoot. :Mr. A. Sullivan, 1'1 t' ; f f. \ :
r last week. I Mrs Susie Hardee. f N'I't, ,; ;1 i '[ "

t r ( ('EKNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND W 1 Mr, Ernest-DeLonch;' of Savan -. I 1,1;+1i, ''l't!; ;,

TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Miss\ Carol White returned Wed- The Rock of Glbralter Is : 4"1; "
PRO.KESS( OF j i nab/ Gu and Mrs Vera Harris, nearly Ig1 IIIt)
nesday from Tallahassee, where of Jacksonville attended< the funeral two square miles In area. I: : ,
a she spent week visiting Mr. and I "" 11'1 ,,I : '
services of their mother, :Mrs. --- f.
J. I
Mrs Ceo C. White. "
---- II':: T Sharp, Friday afternoon Mrs Charles Burcnam of Win- ,l "+jj.\I+ !I'a .'

7tsmu. Murrhee was vteltueoda Mrs W. S. Freeman of Talla- b ter Haven, Is visiting her niece, '1 ,.!L' "',
) Mrs. K. G Duncan Mrs. D. P. Mrs. A. E.Viall, at Klngsley lake ,
Lawtey. Sunday. hassee, was the week-end guest of I Mrs A. E. Wall has ns house I";
n In Carpenter, Mrs. T. T- Long and this week f : ,.'
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Mr. and Mrs. H A Bishop guests ut her home on Kinsley ; '
of Cocoa, Mrs. L. D. Vining; spent Wednes- Lake this week-end, Mr and Mrs. I : !I:: ,' I1"
Powell, In ".
'lIM! > Eva day Jacksonville.Th Frank Burcham and little daughter /(; \
weekend with relatives Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daugh- ,\ .
till- Ii I''
nt Peggy Louise, of Winter Haven -
,.e ers, Misses Gayle and Virginia, are Rev. and Mrs. W. A Fischer, I NEW PARIS, tad Friday the I3lh. considered by some to be SUMMER TIME "I'i; ;,':. II
visiting relatives In Eustis. Mr and Mis L. C \V. P ,, '
Ray untucky, ran true > Hum when the Elkhart I County Fair Grounds "I:
Vies! Dorothy Sapp spent the -- --.-- Smith and 'ek.end "> Ft. Myers with In Jacksonville. suffered\ loss of Lugt home bums by fire The R Mr. and Mrs C. O Hlckok, of Monday left this week for an extended PLAYTIME ';:::
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ends Plant City, were recent guests of (
Mr. and :Mrs. C, O. Hlckok, Jr Mr. end Mrs. James Hair, of Luke visit in New Orleans, La. and 'I i.OUI" i.
for I Czechs Call Reserves H of .
lust IlIfJ"" Hall left today City, were guests Thursday afternoon 80,000 points west Q Rice, D.D. ,
,-kSC', \ ,",i. ,. where she will visit of Mrs. Hair parents, Mr. -". .. Penney Farms, will preach at the play suits arc smart
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''stnaVt Mrs Hoy Williams, of Alachua and Mrs. F. C Hollingsworth. r, "4' Presbyterian Church during Dr. creation: such as you will I
Is spending some time at the McCoy Caldwell absence.

!1'I.I.. Long of Jacksonville, I cottage at Klngsley Lake. Miss Nettle Dowling, who spent 1L find at all leading resorts I ., "\

,near of her mother, Mrs. two weeks In Jacksonville Be prepared to enjoy all :
'h'' with her '. Mr and Mrs. L. A Davis had as I
H I 0,FlIi Miss Gloria Buford Is the guestof aunt, Mrs. James Godbold. r*'- I their guests last Wednesday and sum't" ''I ,
the of the
i her aunts, Misses Addle and gay parties : "
turned home Tuesday evening Thursday Mrs, J. R. Hardee and "
]J's Strickland was thee Rosa Baisden, in Jacksonville. daughters, Misses Carroll and mer season. Come in and I .' J

,' Misi-' Pauline Andrews In Mr. and Mis John Uslow/; had I Elizabeth finrdee, and 1 Marguerite I ,I
Mrs. R. C. Cone, Deerfield I select one of these smart, ; :
of Is r j
,wt mclayjl as guests Saturday, their son-in- Stewart, all of Fernandina, and "
spending; two weeks with her par- law and daughter/; Mr. and Mrs R Mis L. G, Thompson and daughter moderately priced i. .gar !I. ;1' 1J
II,_ i i Griffin, of St. Augus- ents, Mr and Mrs, B. Edwards.. L, McDowell, of Jacksonville. Jean, of Orlando. I ,
ments and "Get in the
; "':
le 'n guest of her daughter, \
Morris Jackson and Miss Doro- F ""r ', '
Swim. !
irt' 'k-thel Biggs. Friends of little Montie Hutch- '
thy White were visiting in Palnt- Ings will be glad to know that she Mr. and Mrs J. Harry Benson 'ft

AI'' in Mrs E. M Davis and ka and Green Cove Springs Sun- is now at home after being con- attended< the commencement exercises .

,ugiuei" Miss Jean Davis, spent day. fined In a Gainesville hospital at the University of Florida CLAR JEAN t; %it

''o8Oa\ to facksonvllle.PA --- -- at Gainesville Mon ay. They
Henry and Phillip Manassa are Mr. and Mrs T. M. Hutch lags were also guests at the College of SHOPPE _. ,
spending ten days In New York were week-end guests of their son Education luncheon at which Colin

[ A City on a business and pleasure and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. HOSLOVA.KIA: Heavy artillery of the CzechoslovaK army English, Superintendent of Public PHONE 97 1 f
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trip. Inutructlon was the main speaker.
R. R Hutchings, In Gainesville.
which is in readiness for eventualltlen Two Sudeten Germans' werekilled -- ,I IJ
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COLUMN A. H. Durden spent Monday and Mrs G. H. Bennett spent several on the eve of municipal elections. :May 21 J BOREE FUNERAL H 0 ME',,' I )l .
Tuesday In Gainesville attendingthe days this week in Macon, Ga, I
; ,
& Undertaker SuppllmAMUDL.ANOB i
Full llni of OutUeU
short course In conservation I '
game where she was called because of ), "
hRH) *T I House on Water Dr und Mrs.( C. F. Styles of Miss Martha Brownloe. u stu- NFR1'1CE: ; i a
the death of her Richard
| sti gee N Sternberg. It.pP ..-- nephew Miami, arrived Uls week for a dent at Stetson University In De- DAY ANi NIU1I1 ill{ t I "\
Mrs. C. A. few Fox. visit with M.rs Sayles' brother-in- Land, will arrive tomorrow 10 53 P II O N E 5.Ji. : ,".
Knight spoilt a
", '
E young cows -- < II. MiCr.
law and sister Judge and :Mrs. E spend the summer vacation with ts&IIII '
T.B. days this week in Hilllard as the Mrs. L. A. Canova INSTITUTION :
i coifs and Bangs spent Fiidayand 1 "A (HOME-L1KK: .,
her Mr. and Mrs\ .J.) M
., ti-d, $75 for both.--Mlke guest of her mother, Mrs. JamesShepnrd. Saturday In Tallahassee K. Perryman. parents : !_ ...--. -" __ ,,I I\, .'.j
____ ____ Brownlee.Mr -- -- ;n '
:atl niles N, E of Starke It where she attended the graduate n '
musical recital of Miss Marjorie :Mra A. H. Frlpp and Miss Etta I ; ;';
\Pd'\ '--r Reliable, strong, set, Mrs. D. B. \Vhlte| of Fernandina, Stump Filpp returned Wednesday to their and Mrs.: D A. Montellh I AUTOMOBILE\ AND TRUCK ,I ( : "

'I-' 'i"an In home with invalid< arrived Wednesday for a week's ----.-- home In Columbia, S. C., after aI I and family have returned to their
.IDU MI experience necessary. visit with her mother, Mrs C. I. Mrs. Sallie Tyson, of Starke, visit here with Mrs. Frlpp's son-in-I home here after u visit In Phoenlxvllle I LIABILITY ,"' .
\ .Hlldabelle Bence, 310 Mnnnssu. I'll" as guests of Mr. Mon- 'I'. .
ipphi and Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i I .
.[mils i. we Starke. ltp of Tampa, have returned from a L. G. Powell. teith's parents, Mr- and Mis William : \
Mr. and Mrs. E. E Celon, of trip to the mountains of North Monteith. This: form of insurance protection Hhould have your :
TRAYFii' Heifer and steer. Gainesville were guests Sunday Carolina ----- most serious consideration. Every dollar you are worth \ ;. ", I i.( II
BOil 'iranded) 00" on right hip, Judge E K. Penymnn left today
afternoon of Mr and Mrs. F. C. .
Mr. and Mrs M. P Matheny, of is: at stake. I 't"
Ga., to attend
rot ipilt in each earFinder for Atlanta i i
Hollingsworth.Little Miss Jenelle Hutchlngs has re- Madison, former residents of ,
leis 'I" ,tv Odom's Sausage Co., commencement and class reunionat the new low rates at which we are writing thisprotection ,
turned home after a one week visit Startle and Brooker, were visitors \t. f
'lark H' ward ltp Miss Marjorie Sue Mid- with her brother and ulster-in-law, Emory University Judge Per- he.'" Wednesday< They announced you just! can't afford to be without it. ':''\' "
member of the 1913 n't: '
dleton, of Jacksonville, Is the guest Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings, In ryman was a that they would soon leave to J" "
?UN: 'Ff: Man with car. Route graduating class of the university. Let us tell you about the safety driver reward. ''fl. I"
of her Dr. and Mrs.
exp>,, enc preferred but nottressar grandparents Gainesville make their home In Tampu.
W. E. Middleton f ,.1 i
r Raw leigh's Dept. FAF- ,: .
.23.11) Memphis, Tenn. :Mrs. Geo C. White and Miss Little Penny; Ann Wiggins Mrs George: 13. Flynn spent tin- 1'' '' I
Mrs. S. S. Dowllnff:, Mrs. W S Frances White arrived Wednesday daughter of Mr and Mrs. Orle wci-k-eml In Orlando with her
FOR :ALEFlowers for every Stromnn and H H, Stroman were from Tallahassee for a visit Wiggins, returned home Tuesday brother and sister-ln-luw Mr /and HAROLD C. WALL Agency t:; "
"ic aslon, attractively arranged, in Jacksonville Tuesday visiting with relatives here They were from Jacksonville, where she had Mrs Paul K Cnnovu Mrs Flynn rrf
|"md seasonably" priced. Mrs. N. D. Mrs Stroman'a son-In-law and accompanied by Mr. White who j spent eight weeks in St Vincent's accompanied home by her' All lines of dependable INSURANCE l I: .i i 1"
,iffniimright\\ Phone 102, Starke, daughter, Mr. and Mrs James was on his way to Washington, D. Hospital on account of a ' Fie tf Go<.lboJd. C. on business. of pneumomii i had spent! /ii week In Orlando/ I t I

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: Cone Renews Drive r Death Still Lurl .Drive Carefully I "..,'rll.clon Ree. T II A Owner \

I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES < To Put Finances .. ... I., r' 5, 6. 10. 11. 12. 13 1 14. .\.r"'<""'
1 1 i '" t Jr:,. I 19, J7. 18. III, 20. 21,
In Single "Pot" 22 ur Hlk 7. .lty Park
__ I tun, to Starke --_-- --- U 6 U \Y. D. Wit", .

Governor Fred P. Cone said last 1..cM 1. 2. 3. fi of Dlk A.
.lty Park .h-Dlv.. 'V.arkc. .
week that he would renew his campaign A '. Addition to

to put all State finances In 'w'.r --.. ........ .___..u 6 U W. n. w'a, ,
RURAL Hints To Housewives a single "pot' when the 1939 Legislature 7I fI', .r Lot 4 or Blk U. t

meets. lasklns. Add ____ .. __. 29 II 23 FlaYd::, ,",
COMMON SENSE ( I Bik 12 ex Slit ot Lot f.

Weekly from Home Demonstration He told newsmen various fundsof I fJa..kln" Add ___ ._____-29 8 22 4 Floyd GNE'4 I,....."

SPUDS; JOHNSON SpcelnIlNt, Tallahassee I the State Treasury now have I of S&14 of NE44 ___29 8 23 10 Henry ,: nfr1V ,.
By 10D ft of Lot a & a1i
to I
ample prevent a periodof
Lots 4. 5. A on i1 side of
TIIK RISE FARMER: WILL cmoSD CAN TOMATOES, / financial stringency that will I NI ',. of N12'N' __--.____ 29 8 23 II Corley Jbo"

prevent a full payment of the s1:44 ot SW4 cox right ot .,
{'O nnT MOSQUITOES; TO ____________ __
By Isabelle S. Thuraby school appropriation next month I way ____29 6 22 80 I. W. ,And ..n
PROTECT FAMILY HEALTH I I A In 517 'or of NE14 or f fI
Extension Economist In Food "If the last legislature had just NW' ____ .______29 II 22 1 Afra
Conservation I '' <>r 8SV(4N __ .. ._80 6 22 C. I. Il, ,, ,. ',
followed my sugestlon to put all AlI E' -E- y- ot-- NE-- I,4 80 Herman A,,. r. ,t'I'h, t

With the coming of summer and Tomatoes are rich In both vegetable the money in one pot we wouldn'tbe N of fly ..._ -.._ __ _81 4 22 2 Inn .:
acids and mineral salts. this trouble he NVVt4 of NW)4 cox S 10 WII on
with It the having now,
that along ,
rains go _._ _. I
G 22
Hence they have the merits of A nu --- u f81 80 Herman
said. "There'd be plenty of moneyfor 2 Com Cnr Seif,1hNFl ,
most At NFJ
farmer faces one of the ASHLEY 111 L L
Mclntlre salesman
both fruits and vegetables. everything."As SO was Instantly killed ot NW'. & run 'V14H 1
pressing health problems with Tomatoes contain three vita- near here recently when his new car crashed head on at high speed Yds. 'H" 70 yd". E 148
It Is we have millons in the ytle. N 70 ytlN tu beg .32 6 23
which he has to contend-the malarial mins necessary for human growthand with a big double-tiuiler truck driven by Frank Gepner 41, of Champalgn All NINA of SJo)', of NEON 2 t'nknown .
the wise development. In consequence Treasury but belongs to all who was hurt Internally.. Mclntlre body was thrown clearof JoJ of road ______-_____32 8 23 3 Louis t
mosquito. And these little boards and commissions his car. and burled 21\1! A In NJ ('(,r of Sly or Kahr
so in the muck "
they tank high among the protec- deep that for a time searcherscouldn't 1
farmer will take precautionary They collect It and they SEI" or HW'6 U :3 Vuco .
tive foods. locate It The crash occurred. when he rounded a curve, and I Lot" 5. 8 of Dlk 8 Lincoln lfihh. it
steps against this pest In order I can spend it like they want to. skidded on wet pavement. City .-- .___ ________.33 6 22 ;
Much of the nutritive value of I But we don't have for I Lot 1 of Iilk 8, Lincoln 1Ipnry t'Ixrk

to protect his own health and the tomatoes Is found In the juice. I' any money" -- City _n_.. _____.._______33 6 23 E4 J.
salaries or for the schools. I...," 5. 8 of ilk 11 Lincoln Johnv""

health of his family. Therefore the juice from both This statement followed TVA Heads Reply To ChargesWASHINGTON I C'lty. .___ __ ... ._ __ 8 22 Jessie .'
an an- : or Out 13 Jnhn"u
and canned tomatoes should
Good health Is essential to the law nouncement by State Superintendent Ln'Il1 __--- __ ____- ___ 6 22 _
fm, n fAmily and good health can- not be wasted I Colin English that only about "at, ut .. I.t i 105 rt R or1IIW Dan Johnvm

not be maintained If farmers do Tomatoes are one of the few forty percent of the $1,255,367: : & run Cor Hill or/ NWtq rt, JoJ or fi25 NW fl .

not control the mosquito. A person foods that when properly cooked I monthly school allotment due the S fiOJ ft. W 625 ft to

with malaria be he farmer or retain their vitamin values almost I counties June 1 will be available ..4J.:ht'1I'6'1. IIf SE'. West of 22 lI\Irs] Ann'' I: /" ,.

city "resident, Is not at his test unchanged. This Is why English wrote county superintendents rnad - _____33 6 23 20
either mentally or physically and canned tomatoes have diet- K'v' of ofr or SWI,4/ 83 6 22 1olr.Frllnk tLn Ib't
great to know whether they could / 2 Ilk 2. J. Sf. Johns Charlotte B ,
If he dopnot get rid of the disease etic value as fresh fruit. make arrangements to meet their RIIII-DIY, of NEST I of

will worse and his The of NEIL ___ __. _n 33 6 23
he net acidity tomatoes makesit
1 AiNE,4 ,,
salary requirements It the remain Bea "t f"V 'or nf fit'V'4' of re .Fannl P ? "
body will be weakened even more possible to sterilize! them easily der were delayed to June 15 of I & run FJ 671-' ft.

by this debilitating malady. and at a low temperature. That is later." x N Bun( ft.V 671., ft. tIHOO
ft tn keg 34 8 23
Screens for the home are one of why they are one of the easiest Simultaneously Comptroller J. HI':'. of :NW'.. of N.'Y"! -.- 34 0 22 11 10 ..T..F.PO n. )4unly.' .
N', of NW' of fill:'. ___.84 6 22 1v. It" ,
the most effective measures loods to preserve by canning. '
M. Lee said the general State payroll K\V'. of N\\,, of !$E'; 4 22 W. ( II CJIII
against the mosquito and against Canned tomatoes are the most of $326,000 would be met hIP. of N'V'. of toE t----U, 6 _2 10 A. C. r'nnnb 11.," I
other pests such as houseflles Every popular and generally liked of all time on 7 1 i 5 A sy In HE eor of Nl.6l 10 Carl Andsr.of .
next week. An accumulationof SE'. .34 8 22
home In Florida should be vegetables and can be used in a' $73,000 in the estate tax fund, H 270 rt nf SW'-"-lOr- -NW'.35- 8 22 //I N'n D'lrnnwanl'
of W'n "r 'V'v of ofNN1VI' 9 5.r Bradley.
screened The expense buying great variety of ways. N\V'4
he said would make the payment :: ._.___38 6 22
screens and Installing them Is neg- If you are interested in fur- possible. 4tit NNt>- 4 -eX 1 A InR 10 Mrs arah Hull

ligible when compared with the ther extending the use of tomatoes I \ Cot' 2 7 22
The Governor N 25Aof N't> ot SW4! Russell Hnni, -'b", '
comfort and protection against; and wish to add more recipes to proposed pooling
rX 3 A E or road------ 3 7 22
disease that they afford the farm J your tomato file or If information all State money in one fund and Wlft of NE4l of AtV'4' --__ 3 7 22 23 'Vlllle Klnlt ?'
appropriating It to various N'v, \\ 4 3 7 23 20 L. A. Oelger. "
u2t SEIft4
family. the utilization of other fruits ments and U"M' titof _'; 1Vof Cor 20 Mrs Cornf'lIn P ", u"
There are other things that the hand' vegetables Is desired see your independent agencies. NW'4 of NBI I., A> runS

farmer can do to protect his fami- County Home Demonstration The Legislature considered bills to 210 ft. E 420 ft, X 210
ly from malaria and he should 'Agent or write to the State Home I accomplish this but they made little 6 .ft\ In W Sli, 420 trot ft to of !beg4j of 5 7 S3: 2 Susie Mill,t r ..

overlook none of them.. Low places Demonstration Office at Tallahassee progress the toward enactment At u. _.. _' ,_ .. ___ _" I alMu"4.v-ivi, ..x J'tf 1 A it i- F NI.1&(-"IIr,Ii'376
present general fund
that tend to become puddles of Florida I handles ,' tt N lit H, S ot &
stagnant water should be filled In. -.--eFAIt3lElty,1N only about one-fifth of the State's I O C Dr Harcourt A. Morgan, left and David l adjoining' 5 A described
annual intake of almost E. Lilenthul, shown .is I \ -- . II 7 22
$50,000- appeared of 8
Stagnant pools or ditches shouldbo DO Mt'CH recently before a ten-man congressIonal E', SWt4 of 8E'.4 .x John Green :

coated with cheap oil All TO REDUCE FIRE LOSSES, 000.The fommlnet to defend themselves against charges made by I 1'1 5 A _nuu_ __ .-. .- II 7 2- 15 Jos Johnson
formet TVA Chalirnnn 2A:I III :o.V ('or ofE4n! I
trash and debris around the home SAYS DIRECTOR NEWELL Governor repeatedly has MorganYouthful I :'.::1-:'. of ! said there r."t I H ; 2 Gee. C. '''hi'L \
and yard should be cleaned up. be no special session ur 4 of HEy ofF

And receptacles that will hold wa- GAINKSVILLE. from ru- of the Legislature. He expectsthe I : \. of SL':-'-,. nt---RW4! ___.__ 7 7 7 23 n0 Oscar rlstsrmuHl :

ter should not be left in the open ral fires averages $400 every min- State to get by on what mon Devotion w':'', ,,.r ---- 7 7 23 160 F.rvln Ervin E. DD.raad I "I I'
where they will become filled or ute of the day a loss that the village ey comes In There are more than -- ----- ''A on NW'y N end & NE'.4 ex lIy ex__ R 7 23

partially filled with water. In home owner or farmer might $500,000:) of unpaid bills againstthe NL4: of AFP. ----__ 0 7 23 40 18 Mar Jnhmm, 'I
W' R. TI. Sulk I:
of 8\\ of _
Nlv'4 nl0
7 23
other words, the farmer can go a I reduce by his own efforts, says general fund. AR'jy or oS",I, ot S1VIN 10 7 23 20"loir." J\I Taylor I.

long way toward reducing the danger Dr. Wilmon Newell director of + AII' ...r swt4 h___ ____10 .7 23 10 R. D. gull,II. "u' :I.
," S'' .. 40 Ina. Iv..y P"IIII", .1Atv' ',
of malaria by eliminating the the Florida Agricultural Exten- Russell KayCan't i_ wtom, ,,. fofkHE,4------' __17" 7 7 23 23 80 W 0 Sesls11'w
breeding places of mosquitoes. ..r I lot 40 Ines Ivey Pnihu.l, .
F sion Service. The farmer in particular It A In S\V
Now Is the time for farmers to Be Mailed : ; r of SE"ot SEof!
he points out, must be his ; 5E54 ----- .. .________19 7 22 ..
take measures against the ano- own building inspector zoning officer Weighs Too Much % 4 % I e''.... of. n I A lot In S'" O. K, Prince
pheles mosquito and thereby reduce 4k '.... ..r IoIEI" of SI4 of
and, in emergency his own I 1"1. ___19 Tn 22 _
the threat of this pest to j fireman and fire chief. If he doesa I a at IoIE 'or of Se" 19k \V. n. Grlftln
rural health. Such measures will Russell Kay who writes that in. t.g '.lIn 'v 600 ft. N> H6 rt
good Job each case he can do'
teresting far II rt or beg, thenceun
column "Too Late to .t x
pay In the long run in comfort, a lot toward reducing an annual I: lOG ft. N 106 ft.
health and money which would go Classify for the Telegraph and tV 11I6 ft. tI ft to
rural fire loss of about $225,000- I .1..OIi
other Florida b, g 19 7 22 .
for doctor bills I newspapers, barely j I -id.Uf i"v.. Swindle ,
4 Irate 1. 2 H _:___19 7 23 : ,,,, '
000.Dr. escaped being sacked up and mail- NI" or NtitE44131k NW4 ofNE14 Anna L. !An. 5

i Ul'S SCHEDULE Newell quotes from a reportof I ed to Washington D. C., from s6? > x : 'x r..1 & It'fJ
engineers in the U. S. Depart- :'1.f NW4; ex R'i in

; Southbound ment of Agriculture to the National of Tampa by airplane In celebration ,, ( -. ,:: ___ _:_____20 7 23 138 lnea Tray Pnlltinl! 'l
the recent Air Mail H'II "f NA H'V"l
Week. frt 20 7 2J 20 Thornton Johns I IV
No. 203: -Due Siarke 6:15: p.m. Fire Protection Association "'" .of HE', eIlox 2 A insin

G ;No. 207-Due Starke 11:43: p.m. on the common causes of rural I Tampa Postmaster anxious E to garVall.advertise, the of a ". ,,.. :N\V14 ex. 12 Am.In BEIo 7 23 18 Unknown __ 1E .

11=0. 203--Due Starke 12:13: fires in every part of the country + k 7 22 ,
p.m. 68 foes
-of2l Ivey
From their research defnlte advantages of airmail and increase r NE's kEly '

No 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m. recommendations come for farmel' -- I I the poundage of air mall \11 'W', for, NE of> '.H'VI'II 4 ___ot 26 7 U 100 A. Sullivan .,

Northbound and householders'! : from the Tampa post office during H1:1: A Ii Nay ot K'V'4

N> .. 202 Due StaikeDue 1:50:::; p.m.1 When possiblefarm buildings< Air 1IallVeek., conceived the N ''",- ..r"W':Sw; -of. -.SE1,4 ._.ex 28 7 22 33 T. J. Perry ..,

No .04- Starke 4:13: pm. fhoiild be In n line nt right angles idea of stuffing Kay In a mall w -. nn28 7 U 11 Ty'el Yarn 1 1tv
Xo 206- Due Starke 0:15: p.m. to prevailing; winds. With this sack locking It about his neck, I4 '- $\ r NF15 A
vide lOr f'E'1' of NE"
No 20S- Due Starke 3:00: a.m. I arrangement there Is less and shipping him to Washington I II ._ Nof
dangerof f: :
..... '- i .. ,;} > t.l'; v.t.r'
No 214 Due Starke 9:20 as an Ambassador of Good Will r NE ,4 &
: a.m. sparks being carried from
cine I NOTRE DAME Ind- NI Cor ofNW% of
!Starke Bus Agent: Beasley'a building to another. Roofs or ma- I for the Pan-American Hernando Irecln of Notre Devotions to the Blessed Virgin draw bun- t F'I.: _____h____ 29 7 23 80 ('. -F. a..llt'rr'V' _

Service Station, opposite court- jor buildings should be of fire- l I: de Soto Exposition to be held in i the Grotto of Lourdes Dame on students the and visitors regularly to the replica of j :\' ...i'F1.Nat45t'"__of NE1,4. 29 7 2:1: 40 W' O. Aenls .

house. resistant material. Chimneys may I III Tampa next February | fered and chanted. university campus where prayers are of- ;,r:1.: .:' u -_ __ 30 7 23 II Unknown _
--- Kay who weights but 123 "'" 11111' n pt 19:1: ft E orI u

pounds was game, and Superintendent I NF N\v:' for& run of S NEt 116 ft of To!]

FUNERAL DIRECTOR I of Malls Hanson even I eral boxes of choice citrus fruit have been 142 ftN115ft.\V 143
necessary, and as no \ .. .
toirg; SOt 7 22 _
to President I' -
II went so far as to actually stuff Roosevelt and Washington one would have at T.,1. Hagan
minded A f'nm SW ofNK
Mv 'any Sears Evpertnu-e .Milken It Possible for Me to Render much if it cor
rilltlKNT: PROMPT him In a sack and make sure the postal officials. had ben "lost in transit' l. of NI':'.. A run N
Had 134 yds, J.: 31 6 yds' H
MODEKA1E PRICES ,. stunt was feasible.. I permission been granted was no occasion for sending Kay 134 >.dx.. W 336 yd* to
? The postal emulations to air-mail Kay as originally planned I beg/ r .. ._____30 7 23 _'
were referred as registered mail. ---------- 9 W. II :Maxwell: .
YOUR Lot Lot
6 ex 1 In NK Cor
< to and it was found that postage would have __
+ 20 hv 40 ft & all Lot
; B CONVENIENCE WITH NO; CHARGE while it was permissible to ship amounted to $130 including airMoths have R. 7, R of Blk 13 In
more than 4,000 Hampton ______________ 1
: 30 7 23 _. ..
DeWITT mall _
C. __
animal special and T. M.
an by air-mail so long as delivery special muscles. Lot :2. 3, 4, S. 6, 7 of Ink Hagan -

I Murke, Florida I such an animal was harmless and handling. After due considera _+ IS In Hampton h30 7 22 L. A. .& Stella Johns !)
Lot 8, 1ilk
( 1 -.iKh 132 had tion. Wall 7 D.) 10 of 39
tar ph. ph. that
/ no offensive odor and required figured since such There _
were more than 5,000,000 In Hlantonn Add _--. 30 'I 22 41
no feeding or watering en route. I a parcel would be of doubtful head of cattle Lot 7. A, 9 i. 10 11,12 of W. E. Daufhtery.
shipped out of Texas
The weight limit value and no Insurance Blk 31 In ninntonn Add.30 7 23 _
permitted was I would last year. Bike 10, 11, 12, 18 In Unknown u '-

', 70 pounds. I Wrlgrhtu Add .._ 30 7 23 "'
i I Nn>' of 8K'4 .& Nay, of 7 Mildred B. Byrley

I f; EVERY BOTTLE UNIFORM Still hopeful of pulling the (Continued from Page Three) .'4 of SE 4 .-________30 'I 22 60 Mr Ida Maxwell q
Lot 1, 2, 3 20 21
stunt, Wall wired postal officialsIn I 22 of
.. Blk 7. Hampton Park
Washington for special perI T.... NK'4 of . .UNTOUCHED UNTIL Itonrrlptlnn II.... Tit. :
,. mission but it could not be granted % OwnerI. A lo. WI" of NWl A" Wlji! of
I Lot 1 NW> of SW> ____..31-82 7
of Ink 23'I
w 16. Temple 4 4 ..
I so Kay failed to become an AirMallMale. Addition to !Starke.__. 28 6 22 NW"l of NE1,4 A: BEVt! of &
_____ __ .
YOU O. Prevatt _
DRINK IT buts 1. 4, ft, 6. 7. 8, 11, 12 4.91 N 1-)tof .____________34 'I 22 80 41
of Hlk 84. Temple* Ad- filE': !''IE'. ____________34 7 23 Wm Daviss
Determined 40 U
.r+a"PI to ship something, dition ot __28 6 22 of NWl4 ex road .. P.
: dec. F. Scott .__.____
Wall Loin .2i-: 1834 fOX 1 A for school _____
then arranged to ship eev- 1 2, 1 of Hlk Tern- 35 7 23 as A. L. Sullivan __ "
Addition to Stark 28 6 23 Mrs Fronle demon _. 206 SEo; of NIV4 ex 1/1 A In -
Lit 8, 7. 9 of Blk ('. HI.. NE f: & Nth of Nt4of :
be cleaned Inert Addition to H'arke 28 6 22 Dr. < -_ -- -- _-- 35 7 22 __ __
soot with a few I i, Lot 6 of Blk I. Wynim P. A. Brlnaon _____ 5.59 All SEI4 of W4 W of 60 A. Sullivan -

bricks or rocks In a sack at the I Addition to Stark. ___.28 6:3 Ollie Mart ______ _____ 5.ig fly .x lA/n filE Cor A
Lot 6 A In N'V (
'or A
end of a long Furnaces A. n, r of Hlk 1, Corn atAtt'
rope. VVvnna Addition to ("or or 14W1,1 of
stoves, and stovepipes properly installed Starke .. 28 6 22 AW't & run N
Boyd Hoi low .__ o2
y 5.46 l.tv'
I .' ? d..
Lots .
and Inspected regularly re- 1. :I.I 4, !1. 10, 11. 12
I of Hlk 3, j. O. Alvare. 132 1"" to beg __.311 7 23 28 .__
duce a common cause of fire. Addition to Mturke .. 28 6 23 Jaa. Lamb ...______ 25.96 l> wi.9 ., NlVtt of SW'4 _. 36 7 22 20 T.T1. B.P. 'r1'leet T7avie
I n '
rent N'I or NV"
A system of grounded< conduc- u a 7. 8 of Hlk 3. J, of Itv ex
I (1 Alvarez Addition to 1-1/3 A In NE Cor" ex

I tors give protection against Lotx Htarke 1 1. 2 3 ... 28 6 23 L. A. Gray ..?_.___.__ 21.81 Rttt WOf-NWIGof5W14"k :3 B 23 75 C. P. DavinHt'4 '"
ning. Carelessness in 4. 9. 9. 11, 12
Ught-r of Blk 4. J. u Alvures of NF:1., of HW4' .. 81:
lamps and lanterns in Addition to Starke 28 6 22 J.... Lamb tv-'4 or RIg of SWl4 __ 2 R n
_._. 9/1 tTnk'town
cf ashes in storing and Iota C, D of Hlk 24, J. M. NEV. of NS''. -____.:__--_ 8 a 23 40 1' 1'. Davis -__ _
John Addition to AW44 of Ny ---_____-_ 4 3 23 .I
gasoline and kerosene, and In allowing 41) V. P Harden 4
Murke __ 28 6 22: SE'5 a u
Sirs Nell> H. .8\t
Nollman. ,
25 26 40 W. p Harden
rubbish to accumulatb i j Lot. i, 3, of Rik 34 J. 1\(. All 8WI. ,v"i .
John. Addition fly .x 10 A In SW Cnr.U 3 I
to 22
where It becomes a fire hazard ae-I Starke ___n.. __-_________28 6 22 H. L. A. Com Rt HW Cop counts for many farm fires. In Lot. 2, 5, 6, 7. 8 of Oik 1. Evelyn Kemp. 6 56 of NW\ & run E 331 rt
City PArk Mub-TJlv W A: far pt of beg being 10
building closing all open spacesin C'" Addition to Stark..28 < 23 ft F. of Ity track thence
W. B. Wation ______ .
" hollow walls at each flood line Lot 7. 8, 13, 14, IS, 16, 17, 4 89 F 610! ft. N 628 ft. W
of the 19. 19, 20 21, 28. 2:. 24, 829:I ft to apt 60 ft E of
home keeps a fire from 25 of Blk, 2, City Park Uy track thence 8E1
THC HANDY Automatic machines fill ....rilIaeel spreading quickly from one story Sub-DIv W. .&. C''e Addition parallel with fly 83S It

FAMILY PACKAGE bottl** and Mal !them tirttgbi. .to another. Lot 9 10 to 11 Starke, 12 of Dlk? ___2._28 6 22 W. B. Watson ___.____ 12.02 I N'/1a to br/lf.:/ 8W4 xIAS_, ______12 6 23 11 Unknown _______ I II

drink U The U S. engineers says Dr. City Park Sub-DIv ,V. A 8 A In SW Cor
Nothing you oat or more & I of 5W14 of ___ .
C'n Addition to NW"- 13 5 U Ray
; carefully( protected.Buy Coca-Col Newell report that many serious Htarke --__- -._____ ___ .28 6 23 W. N. John.o. __.____ 3.54J E 270 ft 40 C.Lawrence E. Miller _h___C.___ : 11,t
rural fires have been averted because Lot 1 of Blk 3, City Park of Nt", of NW4 of .
) IA !th. txmv.nlentbox( from your ladders were at hand and .Sub-niv. W .& <_' Ad- $E'4 ______- 13 8 U 8 Jo. Bolt _-
dltn/h to -Stark _____.28 6 22 E, Nlckle __._______ NWI.of5Et4AN11A nn
water or fire / Lau 12 1.74 of HWt4
dealer extinguishers were 13. 14. IS. la of : SE14 A 547
available. The of Hlk X. City Park Hufain of NE',, 8 A In NI..
v, W. C. Cor .. Ely ot
Addition 8Ey4.14: 8 23
I-COID COCA-COIA IS IVItY PIACI lUll 209 C. E Miller & C. na1' .,
has .
Agriculture recently revised to Starke --------2$ t 23 W B. Watson _____ Lawrence _____ ,
II IT BILONOS IN TOUR ICI-CCX: AT MOMS its Farmers' Bulletin on "Fire Lot 4, 5, 6. 7, *. 5, 10 of u 4.soW 8E'Nl'of of RE'' of $W'u .__ .23 3 23 20 Allen Speed ____ al,
I Blk 4 City Park Subl NE'4 ex 4 A In
Safeguards for the Farm." Ask >lv, W .A C'. Additionto NW Cor" es 7, A In

for F B. 1643; it la free upon request Stark. _________28 6 21 B. Walton _____.__ 827 HW Cor alas 1.Il A In
Lot. 1. 2. 9 11, 12 NE Cot' or NE
Coca Cola Bottling Co. '' 3. 10. % 01 .
to the Department of Agriculture j IS bl.lkW I, Cltjr Park IIE'4 --- __u h_ .t U 34 I.l11lan !ol. Dodd _.. If
PHONE: 1 s'rARKE, FLA. Washington, D. C. 1 b- *. C''a Addition N 5% of E1; oHWI/ 4315 II U 20 Ralph J. Caaon -------- 4"
5t4 A
to Starke. 28 ( 22 W. B Watson __ S 27 % of !
u. of SW1< ..25 8 22 t John Davis "


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I Got 'Im AV HK AT OXFOR-DI Mines Not Bothered ,I Edd Sullivan Dies year neighbor and-always was known frying as to a good help ,,.I;I\

JONES Phi' Tien>ssa community was mvone m need aa long aa bla I.

On Here :t;.. ,4 EY RAINES mclcleni-il ,m Tnursda.v of last week health would permit

r0mrncnln ___ )' because (of the death ot Edd Sulll- 1Sullivan was a burner at

,1"dlcrf.'after --- -.- '. .. /I.r;:. l/: .. '/an.,1' H.! had been In poor Daytnna Beach, Mulberry and

',' lexlth loi' several months, but re- (thi-r" places for several years until
I _. ""' .. ;t..2.M'-t/'tC: ('I/ ; .. ';I
I -...- ......... ,'ently had) seemed to be Improving his health failed and he moved
I c:. ...
vntfr has Just returnee ? However\ he suffered a heart' back to the farm at Theressa, with
rom portland Oregon, I UHYT II.\S HAPPENED Hearing the banging and the Attack about five o'clock Thursday I his father
m.' I 26 from : Survivors his widow, two
..onducted a fifteen-da; SO FRI shouts, Scatters came up the morning May which he are
ert. he Lee Sheridan's; at did not recover sons, Jack and Hugh Sullivan: hla
In a large career Oxford stairs
,H9tc| campaign o fI I \In marked' by hJII IntoniM) "Here sir! What's all this he Mr Sullivan was born at Theressa father. A Sullivan; and one sister,

wr'nicl, I* under the auspice I I Intemtt. In prelly Molly Beaumont demanded on September 13. 1879, and Mrs. Susie Hardee
group from Bevoung married Miss Mabel Strickland In Funeral serviced were held Fri
P P16'8 I liwk of popularity room!" I
wife Is In that
Portland churc h es. It "My 1911 He had been a member of day morning with the Rev L. G.
fine j I among the student*, who rent "At this hour!" Scatters was
) revival The modern ; the Baptist Church for fifteen I Hemingway officiating Interment
great < .- what M* ITM to bo American shocked. "Impbssible, air!" ,
are ssylni -- was In Hope Cemetery
religious leaders I ronvrlt, amt a bitter prrHOnal "I tell I followed her!"
ic you Milliard,
people are not ln- I Pallbearers were W C, Loper.
< feud with Paul Beau I
at the "old time religion.' Ciaddock snapped "Open that Mrs Lois Denmark anj children Bill Hall, D. J. Phillips, D. W.
the mont ,. brother who III "
in 1\lolly'
,ted door III smash It In'!
resl leaders ang were visiting her sister in Lawtey, Moore, Jlmmle Swindell, and L. P.

modernistic writer has had quite I Ir I engaged In a flirtation with On the landing above Lee also Mrs J. W Gasklns, last Tuesday, I Owens.
The KNit C'rnildork young wife of
I have deal had heard the commotion Walk- ----
Me experience an elderly Oxford booktwller. down few he looked
In an evangel Ing a steps
I 111 young people of the I Stroking (the Cardinal ('oU"1I:1'unit. : over the bannister To his amaze KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
,, way In many parts with Paul In the boat, I
I I ?" people of this ment, he saw not only Craddock NEW YORK District Attorney

,M The are young Just as responsive< Lire comes the honor through of representing to !\'lrtoryanil making a fiexh attack on the door, Thomas Dewey's charges that his MIIS. L. O BIrCABE. Lady Attendant VI

Deration time Gospel as the< but also noticed the Dean ap- the "Hlgher-Up of Dixie Da.- JACKSONVILLE I"LA. ST. AUGUSTINE::, FLA.
old Oxford In the annual race with
c any past Kenera pionchlng the irate husband. vis' policy lottery racket doesn 45 W. Church 1'hone 3-1338 30 St. George Phone :37
people Cambridge on the Thames.
unc The Crad- I
people are not re Dean calmly tapped seem to bother Democratic Die :

': Young the demoralized con I dock on the shoulder. "Will you tiict Lender James J. for
,i nSlble and educai j I (\PTEK TENThat kindly explain air he demanded Hlnex, who laughs heartily as he :

tlon of .the In religions our modern world I night, all the members of "Why aie, you trying to break Into I chats with an attendant at pollcneartquai .' UNITED LIFE I INSURANCE CO.I. .
'' i Mf> I Ib'o Cardinal College Including the vlc01 -
Mr. Beaumont's looms7"
Is the ters where he was finger-
lemorallzed condition lous crew, were assembled In "To wife that's !" i < Mrf1K President I Jncktont Hlf, I'ia.I
educational philosoi I SPRING LAKE J Charlotte I' get my why I printed Dewey asked bull be set [
,n the- {N I ..he dining hall to celebrate thehitter's ,
the anxiously '
Watching scene
: has dominated thw < Mount, athli-tlc anglerecte, at $:>0.000. ,
.i < h I triumph Present, too, Lee suddenly had an inspiration I Industrial Life Insurance

: "nf miiny of our leaders, I holds a heavy blnrk-flali In the 'A as the Dean and members of the .. *.
'"Y As the Dean began to importune I ( I. Sll'l\ \ Ue|>renenlitlvePOVECT ;
( .i peopit. are the victims olav surf at AlHIie: Bench IIH she wait faculty all silting on the platlorm the absent occupant of the looms'I GRAHAMMm.

b<' insllc. edcuatlonal philoshnllenge i .01' thegutt Ll.my of the fair I at thu inJ of the long loom to open the door. Lee rushed Into I I., r. Untlth. I.n..r..nd.... ,, -- -

I ,- any university ev have taken to surf casting hereunder At u special table, wearing their .
P"" I his own room In a few seconds he ;
to give me an oppor Instruction of th> Allah i lowing blazers, eat the winning Mrs. Mae Fincher and Mrs Ven-
.id! devised ladder and,
1 a a lope .
'D> preach the old time Go* beach patrol not only for the fun : Uhletes nle Baxter, of Tampa, were vi itIrg UB1Si
J with ugllity, let himself down and E
".mpeied and unresti'alnecvnung I of feeling a heavy striped bass or I Toasts and congratulatory ad- Into the open \vlnduw of I'aul'sbedroom I relatives here Sunday / !

people in the instltui black-flub on but for the exercise I Mr and Mis. "Cm I Jones led
1 rtiCHHeseie I the order of the eve |
i I.e'i' s make a demonstration, one gets In heaving the lend I' Sunday:; for several days vIsit eRFAM
called mod to 'E
7 Knowledge of the human hearimces estly ning. spoke Lee was a few words upon and sat her Seeing hands him, Elsu began wring with relatives in Tampa P.e / ''r :

the question Mr. and Mis H B. Altman and .
,' me beyond VKir KJVERDorothy I down amid cheers. Then Paul, cap "Oh this is terrible! she sobbed 1
revival children, of Nichols, were visiting : whenever want them 'W; \
that a gicat
'loubt you
I a i Snpp Correspondent I II II tain of the crew rose to his feet. r "I must get out of here!
out in the college the bedside of his sister, Mrs Eva
"oun. break I
"Tonight we'll\ follow the old Lee looked at her grimly. -
of this nation If I Ktilcklaml, lust weekMr. SERVEL ELEGTROLUX f
,no universities I tradition of burning the boat in "Where's Paul ?" he demanded
Mrs R A. Andrews and (laughter -
of the old-time Gospel I and Mrs. J. D. Dyul, of the
the t preachers I who have been visiting rela : celebration of our victory,"' he "I don't know He's not here,"' I RUNS ON KEROSENE \ ;
chance at tbe Ziff section, weie visiting Mr and
| ,ouid get a I said "In all fail ness, the honor Lee pulled her roughly toward a (j &
here left for Mor- I
tlves Sunday
people It Isn't that theswople < Mm" I. W. Dyul, Wednesday FOR ONLY A FEW CENTS A DAYSISTRUNK'S
I'oun" I'rlston, where she will visit rela of lighting the fire should go 10 window "I'll get you out along the :
; do not want the Cos- I IwhIRIl"l'ed Mr and Mrs R S Wasdln were :11I'
'cn" educational lives before returning to her home'I the man whose physical prowess coping to Wavertiee's rooms he In Jacksonville. Wedneslav r.
modernistic shopping
The carried to the head of the rapidly
pt us
It]lam 1 1Norman I.
' :e O' .i'Jon't want the young peo- n Ivei-." I iKinenecl i she drew back "Oh .SEED & FEED CO.Oantlnman .. ;

: 'pit 'i, nave the Gospel There IE Wiggins nnd Hassle I wouldn't dare''!" Mrs Berry Dyul and daughter, : Ptaua. aiind ma. wttbout ohllntinn.. Iepmpltita 1.. I
to sell a Satanic phi- I Rhodcn of Jacksonville were viS' He looked over at Lee There Miss Lumandy, attended the union FOOD rwmcnoN I InfrimiatJiin about tianrat EluctrvAux.i i'ij'ij'I
i lSl"Hey "You 11 It 1 have to carry Ikarnauna
Uw' JIoo"i&.tor.
go i I
chceis fiom the entire assemblage I
ere '
'to American youth which king here Sunday \ "' meeting at Ra'ford! SundayWe FROZEN DESSERTS: 1
low" i Lee was strongly moved ns you i I N...... I''
that Mrs
Don'lWarn" glud to report 'bl
aie .
and !
in> no you please. Mr and Troy terrified glance back '
mi With
I I '' out to take fiom one .... 1
he reached EVil Strickland, who has been I .t or It. P. D II .
toys and girls for their unsettled children and Mrs S. V. Andrews, she Lee tohl'lp SUEKT. LOW-COST omuuiMSAVINGS
the door permitted .
faith Blame the men who I''of Morrlston, were visiting heic.unday. F'aul's hand the menu Beaumont at her 'You won't let me fall quite 111\ in better at this writing THAT PAT M IT L.._To________"1._,._______.J I'( ".

, imsf ,'", their faith. May Got .-. : l.iid rolled up and lighted from a Mr. and Mrs J. B Crews otI '1 '

I ake Butler, were visiting Mrs ''J
oper floors PO young people car Mr and Mrs R. R Andreus and

gel rhE Gospel in an unadulterated Mrs. G. W. Andrews attended the Lilzzle Murrhee, Wednesday
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foraand then there will come s Union meeting at Ralford. Sun

great revival to the youth of out WOf/leut WN1lr.

lim: day.Dave Richard, of Lake Butler ... Owcnr C'arter, Cor.
| a a a

yesterday on the train I had avery was visiting iclutlvcs heie Sun Miss Maggie Browning was visiting

interesting visit with a prom day.Mr. Y"I / Mrs Mary \\Tiltehead, atRalloid. i..
Harold Sapp, of Philadelphia -
lust week
inent business man from Oregon
Here is the story the man told me Pa, was visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Truman Norman i.I

"Recently there was a great deal here Saturday. .. and J. S. Norman were< shopping In I
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of criticism in my state about the Gainesville Fi'IdayMis .

distribution of governmental relief I I GUM BRANCH Bula Norman and children

The governor of the state Annie Mae Hut-nagr, Cor. spent last Tuesday with Mrs J.

I Mho Is a Democrat asked j I W Cask Ins, in Lawtey

me a Republican, to serve on a Mr. and Mrs W R. Krsey attended Mrs. Oscar Carter and son, d

committee to investigate the reports church In Baker County I Richard, were shopping in Stnrke,

concerning waste and other over the week-end F"i iduy

matters We made a careful Investigation T N Norman and daughters,, mt toI Miss Debbie Phillips, of Maxirille -
As far as we were Helen and Dorothy attended "Doyou believe tbitjairy talt?" was visiting her sister< Mrs

i abi" to discover there was no church at Raifoid. Sunday Craddock demanded. ,F N Noi man, Thursday
W H Norman, of Webstei. was
Basil .ind no ciookedneaa How-I Mrs Louise Dermal. of Jack )

I eve, all the members of the commute sonville. spent the week-end here here on business last' week

j Investl- of her Mr ---- Mrs J S Norman. Mrs H S
the parents
iftei finishing as the guest! I 'I
gati m were convinced that the re- and Mrs J. S. Sapp 1 candelabra His hand trembled a ho begged for I, Norman and Mrs J. W Oaaklna
'1 d like i push you over
Hif work has done something Mr. and Mrs, E E Yarbrough bit as he accepted it were shopping in Starke Thursday
he replied
"'r'i,'h has degiaded the character and son Chniney, of Wtoodlawn, In a body they marched outside trotting Paul 'nto this jam I morning .\ ,

ot in people Men and women I I were visiting relatives in this sec- I I I Lee In the lead, to surround the angiily I Mr and Mrs. Gnoige Gardiner, ,. ,
the Dean if S-tarke and Mrs Zack Roberts,
the appeared ,
be- on which rested By thai time I :
who hesitated to go on relief ,. tlcn Tuesday night. huge pyre ,
I the torch, and lansflecl! then wan no one In ot Hustings, spent Sunday with I
I ('It. ''hey hid always been self- Mi- and Mrs J. P Shaw of the shell Lee applied ,
relatives to burn, a thunJeiomI : the rooms but Craddock was :Mi'. and Mrs M D. Carter

'". ing and had always retainhi lHate Farm were visiting an It began
('ri' i self-respect after a few In this section F'llday night. I I I, cheer rolled 1 acros the Quad. adamant. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hetaey spent

n at hi came to feel that It was Mis. W. R Kersey spent last Diffidently, Lee tuined to Paul I "I trll you, my wife's In there buncluy In Lake Butler with Miami ,'

tho' '
(: "'" <11 them, that they owed the I her son-in-law and .laughter, Mr "You of myself tonight,'. he began. I Scatters turned to the Dean Mr. and l loIn Marvin Wood and ,

I I I ", \ he's wrong sir," he said daughter, Esther, of Jacksonville I
nment nothing but the govm and Mrs Noon Bradley.MI we can be m that from now on
i .opp visiting her s'ster! STis. O JN'orman
the were
In along
"Hut I could get cop-
el' '"t owed them everything"perience -- -- II
I :'i. lends. i
, I Sunday
r <,,- of this gentleman 11 r;11 T...! .V f) He extended, his ban, but Paul', Ing from Mr.Vavertree's do Then rooms""By Mr. Messrs Leon and James Webiter I
all means I
iin been I have
my experience as : JOQI and down America. 1'eopie -
up he said coldly, "but and Mrs E N. Web
"I'm sorry, with Mr.
I !'elusion I
are developing a "leaning COlllplex' I
JIarr nnl little son, Billy, I choose my friends very careful-I ..
have to think ELsa was still trembling as sterMr.
They come
of Mlm, were< visitors here the He tuined and and Mrs George Pun'lxhit ,
of> thru 'nment"M j" Into Wuvertree s I
i elation to the drew her safely
govei week loUed after him, hurt and 'ke and Mrs Minnie Atkln-
lunt of the in Lee '" ;btai ,
all their other lelations not looms 'They mustn't cntch I.
O. McCor- 1 of Broi.keripcnt .
Mr. and Mri James humiliated. on nnd chlMren,
In the sense of "What can I do?' "he cl'il'd. "My reputation!
mick and children, of Tampa, on the Sunday with Mr and Mrs
bUI> 'What can I get?" It Is not FM. | Back in the Lee couhln t help smiling a lltle 1
week-end here with Datum Carter
lite purpose of this writer to critc'ie spent the I hill, Flsa Craddock stood fearfully "Dors Paul know you're f
of Jacksonville
Crews and family I I Miss Alma ,
the who In author- husband here' he Bilked dryly
are her
I befoie with her
Mi. and Mrs Maxie Carter were spent the
it\' They have their burdens and In Jacksonville one day last week "I demanded to know where you "No I came to warn him Myhusband's parents, Mr. and Mrs P B Johns I
their I become suxpiclnua. He 11 11'I
many problems. Mrs. Oscar Vanxant.! of Cullahin were! he was Insisting Miss Juanlta HIlltarOT of Jacksonville
omething must be done or the old tin'ratoned to nee Paul in the .,,
of "Ih1ven't week-end with
at the home Innocence spent lust
was a guest Elsa pretended a
time' He said he'd to the otn MO. tThla orn. 110.
American self- morning go
decency her grandfather. F. M. Crews, the done anything!" I tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car I "'I. riVII LI. r01ft ...
respect and Initiative will be de- Di'iin. if necessary. I wanted If....<<,.r. I Tr rolt om Y 'TbU. Naw.papar. I Tr. rOil om Y J

troyed There seems to be a 'nst of the week "It's that Beaumont whippersnapper to I I J .. J :

rlJ-wide bankruptcy of ctiaraeD t,. J, Norman, of Mima, visited Isn t It?" Craddock sncerc.A Suddenly there was a knock at The College will settle with Mrjherldun 4 (Macrcrde.a joia Croup B S2.10 3Mnqailabom A $2AO t' .!.

relatives here Saturday end Sunday "I'll take care of him" I the door Told Lee and Elsa stared ," the Dean replied omln- .

? E""g. Acui c.n'" Elsa evaded further cross ex : panic-stricken Quickly, Leo '>usly orrm: "0. sTU orm "0. 4Tbli I
17S71, Mr, and Mrs James Cox and others left he turned All .. I Tit. Alt SIX j','
Later the first moment around for a hidingplaceAs When the < ... ..pap.r. I Tf. fOOII2Mm.Ha. .papar "
i\Jjj| youpaunof Storn.colB Miss Kathleen Hardee< of Hawthorn amination. glanced .. I 'OH ONLY Maqra...... roa ONLY t ,ii
Lo .
Ulcer. Indigtitior'o here Sun she could get away from he started dragging Elsa town A } 2 "0. Gr..p A } ,

tingCa ,H. ,Selchln. visited. relatives her husband, she slipped out secretly I rJ another room, the door open- "Well, Mr. Sheridan, what' have I Maqrenlee D $225 3 Maqa"ao. B $2.55 I '1

auaea, get ? frff .mpj. of UDCA day afternoon.ter. and mide dliectly for Car rd There mood Craddock, the you to say for yourself? XfaomCrc.p D ..- 000... I \

and and Scatters! There was a "Only what I said before sir, '
a tr,. interoitine booklet at dinal College Dean j I'
The old time Gospel, the old I silence. The Dean Lr-e replied miserably "Mrs. Crad- I yo "L" mE .
furtively behind IO-K; agonizing roa om r
CARPENTER'SHtip the old She kept glancing the books." Houaalla'{] I'r I .
time authoritative pulpit, lock came to bring me Ma'laala. I
first to
her as she hurried through I was c_ 110.1.. I I'r }$ 25
Ime educational philosophy of Thanks to the night "I offer you my apologies sir," "Are you In the habit of rccelv- Ca..n.., Hn... I I'rTHII 2

lelf-denial and self-control could shadows the Quad, she was able to arrive he said to Craddock.Craddock ng your books In Mr Wavertree sooms Jf&WIJPAPn I'r I!

bring back to our nation the thing at the building where shook. "So It was the ?" ,I, p I

.: that seems to be lost. We always unobserved she American huh ?'' "No, sir You see I ran Into heron
Lee lived Hurriedly
i'f,:. f wind up by saying "Back to God I Paul ascended and the stairsAs she passed "What do you mean ?'. Etna said the landing, and He stopped .

and the old message." Men talk she frozen nervously "I merely came here ), knowing his story was not
the first landing
TTirm Q. .. the Blood
an e more alt
about evolution There are to eltertng: at
of Harmful Ilody W*.t. ,"' with fright. From downstairs '
"devllutlon her In here ?
America of "And brought
Your l!cns in voice unmistakably her Lee stepped forward. "I'll handle you

kldnar.,from ar th.* conatantly blood itraam.: IHtarfngmaiur Out Man does not seem to be climbing.He .ame a asking for the location this," he said "I dont know what he Dean finished "Is Mr Wtaver- ..
husbands, ,
'."in.ynorn.t.m.. la. la tkdr vork da to be going downgradeand I for Mrs Crad tree aware of the fact that you
seems all s
the shooting
1 >cl )Nature Beaumonts rooms He ----
u 'Inundud (all M ra- of Paul -----------
mo.a.. Impun "' .e ta. _yet.m ud. npa.t Uw waota> had followed "
'''ehlnary.Othar working I oonks. She often does- G..tI..D.'
.S"p'om. ..ar: .. eanla, he...... : "Directly above, sir. she "Of course," Elsa brightened."Do Lee hesitated for a moment, real- I
'et.at h..d..h.. ............01 0111__ A I1KU TO II,\PPINESSSome Scatters answer. to believe zing the' futility of lying any I ..elo.. 3. ...... for wbUfc pl.... a..d M,
.1.11... .aIIla,. ,u1ll8 you expect me
: ..
.:: It.u. people never< seem to get Quickly, she ran up the few remaining ?' Craddock do- onjrer. I th. mafa.it... I Ka..a ehacfcaJ lo.al>.r with a y r *
""alp 4 :; :' = :.: .:::.: I this fairy tale .
..oa at kldiMy' ar .biuldar dla.7rar .ilong well with other people How stairs to Paul's door It manded fuiloualy. "No, sir," he said, swallowing aubtcription la your nawtpapar.D Star. 08'..
-7'" ar ta* II breath has kept Kom. O. .P
it softly
kiinujic aoaacy often unpleasant As she closed for silence lard.
ra-lml .....<1_ Thm ihaol.1 ... tfc.t from securing friend her it locked automatlcal-I I' Dean looked at him
rf M I the
>aliiiaat la wlaw M taaa -proaipt"aPtUfc a person Don t take any behind she "May I suggest you d.scujs; your I N.m.... ........... ..............- ,
Da. OM.-a ban = =--.Y.- j and happiness (y. Almost hysterical now, marital affairs outside this college "I shall see that your assoclu

a** Irlmdc !? mtr* taaa lortr 7 chance gargle :Ml 31 Solution realized that Paul was not there. I I said coldly. He tur.ioJ I Ion with Oxforl la terminated I
= ? he
lto* ka a aaUoB-artda have Sln.t or R.J.: ...... ......-...
will never
.. > >otaiMa4>d by iralafal paapla laa) regularly and you Outside, she heard her husband to Scatters. "Eee Mr. aaj Mrs. Ifr. Sheridan," he said slowly,
I II i
-.... _. AM ...r-,_ I o v.oiry about offensive I Kindly arrange: your affair ac : .. ,. J
knocking CrndJock out Town anj: St ......- -
ruy Mi 31 Solution for 49c breath'j I ":\Ir. Beaumont* Let me In!" "No! Craddock ex loJeJ. "I'm 'ui-dmgly' ." .. -- --
..4 .2.: .s
DOAN Store < I I ;;;.:;JIJ'g; :- :
SPILLS l Retail Drug Store Drug In Staike. CraJJock: called I I not leaving till I settle wtti\ hml": i To Be Coatinuecl)

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PAGE EIGHT ,_ .. __ lU
-- ------ i for the yearsI the. KHH.. .fBinnnt. of the said prop- the 4th day of ""I
A Plow At RestOn 'III unpaid, Ijoth taxi inclusive* ","ountto "I iiv' IndO, said certificate No. SIWIIH Dated Ihl- ,1111, ,,,
I Recovering < : I in IM-i 50. I' In the name of E. II. Jonas; the (OFFICIAL. SEAL,
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished lug, .'rt' i$50"|_ i"-'rllfli' 1 t 60 "ntrftllfl, With !*u.MMinnt of he said. property, .un- A. J. THn31
; Hjil In ,
or Leviedt i|Jr i >-thl 'III""t.- ? nap l'1..rll .1 "
it t ::1 ii'''''iUi-ut ul"IIt".1
rhi n.inu of lnUiin\xn" nod the nxKIIIin nr..ttr..rd ,
\\' !b? M"BHti> the hh.h".th ,.. "
1877 t IM -
or the M property onIler'.9ill 0-8-&t-7-1.
.. door In 1 MB ...
1 hlu i nt lh ijOiillflioni .
.. .- ---. I.., on t Hi..' nsjx, dug i"f Juno 111<.IS ., fortiricatf. N". ION wax InJii
; mum' of I'nltnown.I'nliKf
"' i II i of.. lok A :M shall be l\ TMM Ytgl ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class fin,1..1 this :itli .,rta.v of May+ 111111.!> redeemed I mild according certificates to law thepro'n'rties FLOniO.l III. 1'111 rt lv''' -
r4 iiiFl'iciAL I described therein will he It appeurinw\ I h\ ,
Matter at the I'ost Office at Starke, Florida A. 'f, THOMAS Circuit| Court of sold: to the highest I hklder at the that curtain' VUIIHI. '",I',' 1

Bradford clerk "r County Florida.lt817 Court-hnuHe door on the first Mon- Hrndfonl County KI i I., ,, ""I, ct
day In th.Ionth of July) IIIIR: eery, viit.ltlrd, Orl"", \ 'u"
,t MEMBER a-I: : which is the 4th., day of July A. D. Plaintiff, vs. Annu M I I 1 ,;' ''
*. fendant, and the ,, I,
'FItN 193 r i I" r
l/LORIAAPRESS ASSOCIATION NOTICIO I'll III 1 11I"ItiHtriictlonif Dated this 2nd, day of June A. I being \\d : .II 'tt$)" <4< ;U
llonrd of Public .Ct"nl '
The I Is ..
will receive D. 1988.tOFFJCIAL. 1 a 11/\\: :. "I,
\ ) Kradfnrd Route County In their office ( SPAt) I unknown to the plain". ... ,"f, *'
r :)otwatd 7 otida ; hide 1 Htarke.on lus Florida until 10 A. M A. J. THOMAS, Is:; no person, In the J.' ,,,,' ''"' I
:June 18, IMS, at which Clerk of Circuit Court of Ida service of persona' : :, FJwh..m t

-- .. .. -- .. liDi"Monday. bid. will lie opened and award.made Ilradford County, Florida.OSBt71. ..r.."dntT would persona| IJ >"'
Iowa,, IH OlthEi.i, ),: !,, "
E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner an Audubon County, The Boardreserves.. the right to appear the defendant to the Annn1, :,' "m" "I.l
Lefflng- bill "
A .r
in 1883 .
.. -- farmstead "reject any or all bids The contractHrnlnpc NOTICE OK APPl.irtTIO1* loll the 4th. day of Jul '''Sat ]
-- - I r well finished his plowing of a field to the lowest and best bidder. TAX I>KKIXennte ) wise a decree pro ) I.. "'''h
SUBSCRIPTION RATE which, three years previously had mnv Information be obtained on the In our various office.Respectfully. route. ( IS HEKKBYO1VKN.11111 Nth IANOTICK ) That appear entered; That against this''rdn her cour.,,.", ",''*' "ur/III

75c-Payable in Advance been unbroken prairie He set (l. W. Roberts holder of Tax Certificate ed once each week .\ ""Iblll
$1.50 Six Months, A. J. QRIFFIS.County I '
Yearly, ; down in the No. 438 I Issued the Clh day secutlve week In 'L'r
j his plow, upside Superintendent. of September A. D. 1932: has filed'' Telegraph, 'h. I rRdl''Counly
Advertising Rates on Application lr crotch of a burr oik sapling at the n-3-2t-0-10. sum In mv office and has made application 1 1 general circulation,a nowpDer
edge of a grove adjacent to the I for a tax deed to be l lau..d (County 'IorldllV'l'N" IHlbllh.Uradrnrd .
1SOTICR' thereon. Said' certificate embraces \ .w R 'HY hand
NO ONE DROWNED IN KINGSLEY field where it would be handy NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN to the following; described prop- opal of sold' court. this11tn' '\" li, "'
s .. The same year 1883 Mr. Leffing- whom It may concern that on July "rtv In the ('o"nly..r Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) l h
indignant this week of ...tiWASHINGTON. let, 193S. I will apply to Hon. K. K.Perrvman State of Florida, to-wlt: A. J. THOMAS
here justifiably ;
Many people were well sold the farm to a man by County Judire for Final Lot Eight, Nine of Block Two : of circuit i ,
stated that an the name of Elwood and the plow Discharge. ns Administratrix. of Kslate Davis lit Truby' Add to Starke d"'o :, "I"et' of
when Jacksonville and Gainesville papers In the oak nf J.V.. Morgan, deceased my Northeast: Corner of Southeast ': T. FRANKLANDFIC1f I. Ida
remained undisturbed of Northwest Attorney
final accounting being made and Quarter forWHAT Plaint Itf
eleven-year-old boy was drowned in Kingsley Lake while on tree. Years passed. The sapling' approved by County Judnre. Quarter West of Ry, Sec' U n.3-lIt-11..
VI DA V. \\IOIH1Al.Ad"lnl"tr..trlx.: Township 8 South Range 22 =
ft picnic Sunday. The drowning took place, but it was in Lake Two and one- 1 I became a tree and the branches of' Hast. --
above of the salfl
the tree grew together the 6-3-4t-6-24. The assessment prop-
half old Alden Vorralh, whose "rtv under the said certificate Issued
and not at Kingsley Lake. year
Geneva at Keystone Heights implement and sealed It solidly was In the name of J. ftt. SHALLI
skull was split recently a surgical tppi.K'irioN FOR
O'I'J'fJ of
within the trunk. Many people Trubv.t'nles
Of course it was an unintentional error on the part of operation never before performed I' 'r\J( ItKKII: said certificate' shall he redeemed -
visit the grove located between Ex- )Senate 11111 "n. 1 :.1NOTH'13 ) according to law, the property'descrihed SEND
the out-of-town newspapers. In his haste to get the facts, successfully Is here shown i 111'1\ and Brayton to sue the plow. IS IIBUKnY GIVEN That therein I will be sold, ?
In Children Hospital In Washington -' T. J. Alderman, holder of Tax Certificates In t the highest bidder at the courthouse

some reporter confused the location; and, being in the news- I' D. C. The boy was faced with !been Owners offered of the prices farm ranging tract from have l 1"0> :" July Numbered 6. 11125. respectively.fei. "f K2 I..d.Iuly 81 the mouth door' of on, July the first 1P3K Monday which In I lathe This is .

Idiocy until surgeon! opened the 8. 1925. flin I Issued July 7, 1\:111\ : 4th dav of July 193k.Poled "Open Rl'a' ,, 101,
paper business ourselves, we can readily understand how sucha $75 to $:\\00 for the: tree, but they and 118 Issued July 6, 1925 has this inth day nf May, 1938.
skull and wedged It apart to relieve soil f
I I have refused to sell. Shown In filed, tame In niv office has (OFFICIAL !>K\1.1 Graduations l' d ,,d| ,'
thing might have happened. pressure on his brain. of mule application for tax deed to be A. .1, THOMAS!I. I'c>
the Is Wheatley,
picture Boyd Issued thereon. Said certificate emlirare Clerk of Circuit Cotirt of
Kingsley has been so singularly free from accidents of ------ ---- Moline, Ill. I the following., of"rlh..d Dradtol'd.Unl" prop"rtloN -, Bradford County, Florida. and many other! ,t' ,,'sOur
In the County B-s-St-7-1.
this kind however, that citizens are all the more anxious to Tuberculin Test I. : of Florida. ton It: shop features
Certificate No. :ill, embraces North- t )6" ',10-
keep the slate clean and not have it announced as the scene Dr A. J. Logle, Director of the Col. and Mrs. D E. Knight: and ...1Qun"I..r. of Northwest Quarter ,O'I'Ir'1 o"' "--- .t'Oo; ron
'I \\ I>IKIMeiinte >
Division of Tuberculosis, Florida their niece Miss Louise Langford, & Northwest. Quarter of NorthwestQuarter usual thiiifrs that
.. I\
.. ( 11111 10. Kl.tOTICK : ) "I'.mt: < ,
it is but true Quarter Section -
For strange '
of a drowning-even by error. State Board of Health, Jacksonville Merry Beth Charles and Nancy 16 Township. 7 :South I Han geIi ': Iri '111Hionn11\ :-:' ThAI I
] has taken place at Kingsleyat tuberculin test from Jacksonville containing 60 Acre, more orlewH. (] f'. Conner, holder of Tax CurtlfIcate w a r.ta and we arc g-llJif| ,
that an actual drowning never will Indigent Lee Knight, returned .I'Tast.. 1 No. 1337, Issued. HIP 7th tiny of t If

least within the memory of anyone here. Almost forty contact and Indigent suspect cases Beach Monday, where they '<, of Certificate No. 82, embraces I II1null..a..t 1 hi Viiviixt., office A. D.and 1M! fins has made filed: appll-same assist; you in
my selt'l'tlnr
nt Macclenny and Starke June 6, I spent last wek-end. N\W, & South Half of
homemade sailboat < "U..n for a tux deed to be Issuedtnereon.
died when
Dr. J. L. Gaskins a of NorthwestQuarter
years ago 8 and 10th. Miss Sogaard, the Quarter 7 Said certificate embraces something
1 Section 17 approprmt
l> I "I"II'r ('0111'1' OP IIII ".- rllu'd In 1"1))
capsized, but it was later determined that his death was a result District Nurse will assist him. 'Olllt) coi. "'1"1.1"1111 \iIN South Range 21 Mast, containing; the the followingrtesi County I of Hi.ml ford, pronerty, Slate of

of heart failure and not of drowning.. : I n CMN KOIlTMSIt.< I'IIV.imtAM .Plaintiff nt Certificate Acres" more No.or less 61(1( embracesXorth 1 ofN'ottheast Florida Northeast, to-wlt. Quarter: of Northeast !he occasion.
half of Northeast Quarter
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley spent VH.X.II3 Northeast (Inner! Section .15 Township 6
This remarkable record should Kingsley to be Quarter of
cause rec- .
\ : )MAE LF.F.t itl Defendant l South flange 22 Hast, containing -
Monday In Tallaha see. They were (',\lilp' NO. 790, Section 6 Township 1 South, 411 Acres. less
l more or
of the safest bodies of water for swimming in Range: 22 East, containing' Acres CLAR
-ognized as one JEANSHOPPE
accompanied home by their nieces, (>UI>RH: of PI iii.irvrioNAND: less.And .The assessment of the said prop. -
,TlrM TO APPKtltTIIR 'more or > tinder, the said certificate 1..1 Isiih ''d
o 'v
the considering the thousands of people who enjoyits Certificate No. 11\8. em'traces -
country, Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate, WrA'l'JOF PtOKII < 1 wan In the name of Cnktiownrnle ,

cool waters during the summer months. The bottom is students at the Florida State Col- TO A:1.1. PERSONS ANY INTEREST! MAVIMO! ORfI.AIMl.VO IN I 'ast Quarter Northeast Section Quarter 6 Township of North-8 I [ '' -nied-.s uccordlnsT said. certificate. to in w shall. the be property red ,

lege for Women, who will spend THM I KMtI.OWIN>l DKSCHIBKOI.ANHS ;Month Range 22 East contalnlnir 40.lcres described therein will be soldIn
clear and smooth and the ] gradual from the shore 1'IIOXE 97
so slope so their summer vacation here. StTl'ATK: I.V bFOJLU> ." more or less of he said property t tThe the highest bidder at tin courthouse
that it is almost impossible for a to get beyond his I UI'.VTY, FI.OIUOA.! TO-WIT: assessment said certificate No. 31VVBH door on the first Mondav In
person under
The North s R1 f-.t i nr Int S, unit the month of July, 1938, which, la
of H. H. Spencer;
In the
depth unawares. There are no treacherous holes or currentsas M>'. and Mrs. C. A. Futch attended the North set feet of EaHt-hulf name
of .
fir NR'i nr 8\V', and K(4 --
there are in so many popular swimming places. the graduation exercises at I STIM of NWH, all\ In Section --,- -
55 Township 8 South Range 22 '
the University of Florida in 1

Kingsley is an ideal vacation spot for anyone, and espec- Gainesville Monday night. They : FnetYOU and each of ymi will take i TIP TOP

ially for families with children. The little ones can play in the were accompanied home by their notice Former that him the riled plaintiff;:n worn Hiram bill I-of.', SUGAR

clear shallow water and not have to be watched continuallyas son'a Merrill degree, who in Agriculture received his Master from! I cause.nmulalnt" In. the you Hhove and also Court against RnIaKaln..t fREEn.rLast.: !

is the case at river and shore resorts. Annie Mae Lee, a widow Jamee Lee
sea the University. and Jean I..... minors In which ul. GROCERY 101bs.47c '
the _r.II"f.M..... ht IN to quiet andconfirm '
the title In ild landx. war"nte" ,
by plaintiff to his grantee
1 Fine :M PredrlkHHon ait An Indefeanll -
>le fee simple tit If, and to have. CARNATION .
FREE DELIVERY your Interest and claim, and that of I BANANAS, 4 lbs. 15c -
oach of you In said land. cancelled !luanu.W.teavttful
s. .i> a cloud .upon mirh title: THIS IS MILK i iSo
YOU to appear In sell cause on July -
PHONE 4th. 193* at the ihffloe of clerk of I 3 tall ens 20c
aid Court In Starke. Florida, nrotherwlne Belle BUTTER lb 30c .
the aU..Uon8 of said bill -- Spiral 25CCHEESE.
of complaint will be taken an confessed I VINEGAR CUM TUHIURSwltheaaa
by yon. Till! 'Bradford County ((1 17c:
: ,. _
Teleirraph In 'hojel designated' ----- -
45 y ..
im the I rlulv nutUfled tiewpm In

& Sons which shall tills Order be piHbllxhed and Notice once to each Appear MACARONI, 3 boxes lOc Gal. -- 20c ins 23

week for four c.on..enutlve weeks ,
NEAR THE S. A. L. DEPOT net prior to duly 4th III 18. Witness -, Cola
my hand and official seal at MATCHES, 3 box's lOc Coca
Starke, .Bradford County Florida,

'' 1 this(OFFICIAL June t. SEAL I.1! ) PORK & BEANS, 6 ens 25c 6 for 25c ------- --
Clerk of the Circuit Court of

Knight Bradford& "Knight County Starke.' Flu Fla. Lb. lOc

6-Attorneys-6t"1.1. for Plaintiff. BACON Reg.!! Plates .

FLOUR 241bs. 67c :NOTIfM CKHTIPICATESTf1171 :OP .1M-- OF TAX- TIP TOP COFFEE, lb. 20c'| 2 Poasties_ & "

l-J HKKK'HV IVF*' that I' UlUl11
T. J. Alderman has filed with me -- 1 Huskies -
written request that the tax certlflcateff I 1"5 A

----- -- ---- --__ n I together with all subsequent I \MAX. H. COFFEE, lb. 25c 28c VALUE I :
omitted or levied taxes hold
bv the State' b'' advertised and Hold : All for 15c I
10 Lbs. 11 110 Lbs. I to the highest bidder: for: cash as1 Uhlle Last CO ;J.!Frr b-
provided bv; Chapter 1K20 of the They '
GRITS 22 47c 1917 act of tho Legislature, upon j Charm COFFEE, 2 cn 25c
Ci I SUGAR the following: described. '. real estate
I In the county of Bradford, Slate ofF Jar Rubbers
( *Pl'it. to-wtt"
-- -- ----- 39 2-
-- NBVi of NW it of NJo1 II, Sec tTl I MEAL Fresh 10 Ibs. 20c c
10 Lbs. I >. 7 S. It. 21 VS., containing 10 gr., Doz. __ 5c
Quart ,Ceres, more or lent
The taxes to lie void. are evidenced" I
MEAL 2 O C 1 9 by certificate :Nn. 4111 of 10J;| re-
,I SALAD DRESSING C taxes J.."erlV'lv| for the nnd year represent 1933. to unpaid FLOUR, 12 lbs. 37c; 24 Jbs. 68c --- -

-- -" --- - -- __ both 'IticlitHlve, amountlnc to $
n AI.S(: tiU, of SK]>/ of NfOVi !''I.1038'1'
MAXWELL HOUSE 10 T|>. 7 S. It 31 I':.. .. MUSTARD qt. lOc
3 Pkgs. 20 Acre, more or ices Mackerel
25 The taxes to he sold are evidenced ,,

COFFEE C STALEY'S STARCH 10 C by certificate'. and No represent... 477 of 1IU.1 unpaid reMneftivelv. PICKLES, swt., 24 oz., 15c OKSardines 1

taxes for the years li'32! to IM.4K +
i bt>th Inclusive, amounting to : ,
' --V- TUNA FLAKES 2 25c
Ar.1< 828.34.1 ens .
O. Nt of NWr! N1V ,
5 Lbs. No. 2 Sliced NWW"nc'Veil; Sec. : TP. "if a". 1
It. II K: onntnllllllK SO Arl'H.more '"
RICE 17c 25 or lenn I II GRAPE JUICE, qt.-- 3 tall cns 25c
PINEAPPLECHARMER C The tnx-* to he noli are evidenced 23c
hv certificate .
Nns 10.1 and 410 of
__n .. _____ It38, and 1H3! :!: respectively. and ) I
_________ unpaid taxes, for the yearn represent ;I BREAKFAST BACON ib. 25c
")13 to ISIS, tenth Inclusive, amount- 18c
Pound /-J I r InK to $111.50.'LSr .
S' '5 of SXVi' of NWl/ &
BULK TEA 5C IOC Nl. of NW% ..f BW" Sec 17 Tp. I
%3 I COFFEEE 7 S.; K. 21 K,, containing' 40 Tender Chuck Roast, Ib. 15c Giant P&G

Acre, more or lean.
-- -- The (taxes tn be wild are I'vld..ncetll2 Smoked lb. 15c --
------ -- Sausage
----- ----------- -- -- 3 Bars l2c
certificate: No*. 10"* and 484 of _

'' WE DRESS ) and unpaid 1931 respectively taxes for ,the and year represent Tender Picnics, Ib _. 23c -

Fancy Fryers 23c 1923 to 191H, both Inclusive,
THEM \Inc _II1 315.
ALSO: 1"or SE',4 of amounl// Long Horn Cheese, lb. 20c Lux Flakes ..
.. "I' or NE?, or MVVf, of
-- --------- --------__ u.____ ____ N'4 of NW14' of 8WIof NWH I Bologna sliced lb. 15c
Slue, 17 Tp. 7 R. R. 21 East, containing ,
WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS 30 Acre, more or le** i 2 boxes 19c --

-- ---- Thw tares. to h.. sold are evidenced Smo. Ham Hocks, lb. 15c ,,, 0
--- hv certificate No*. Hi and 417 of rte

S II ; YELLOW 'PEANUT 1927 and unpaid 191.1 respectively Laces for ,the and year represent Pork Sausage, lb. 20c Lux Soap

F [ F 191 lo 193H both Inclusive, amount. '
$1' .1 601 Inn to 8101.94.ALSO.5W! 1
CORN I \Veiners lb. 20c bars 20c
.UJ MEAL : I., of !SEII, of : I t Acre for fhurrh Mc in! Tp. 7
IIE A. H S3 K containing I II Acre,
more or I....... I 12'/2c 29c
The. taxes to he sold are evidenced" TOMATOES No.2 Can each 5c
CINCY () hv ."rt l'lc."M.. ::16 i 9 and 143.1 of .
$2.4 Il0 GOOD 11J1 and l<>.11 renpertlvely.' and represent -
LAYING MASH j tinpMld. tnxeK for the year
OATS 1.65 1914 to I-111. hoth Inclusive amount \\ oR -
E E lug I to U3U.
ALSO: All HWi| nf SVVi; R nf LARD 'noRICRnlSO
Ry., set11 Tp. II 2<1. U. 33 E. ) s
t' t'nntalnlnic 9 Acre, more or .
i leH .
GOOD I GOOD I The la"",... to he f noll are evidenced

d D SCRATCH 1,90 i SHORTS 1.35D I apectlveland hy taxe certificate for). the No year represent*, IrtO'J 1131 nf to 19.1.1 unpaid lUR re., Lb. e lOc 5 Lb. 16c 3 bxs. 25e

both Inolilnlve.. amounting to> $29.87,
------ -- ALSO: NS-; of .VKH H...... 1.1 Tp. NO,'z CAN S LOAVES '
5 S. R JJ ..:., containing, 80 'adiiA
COME .\era. more or leu*. !
DEPT. The tax* tn he! Hold are Evidenced PINEAP.PLE,14eBREAD 25c .
bY certificate Nn. 'tis. of 1914 respectively -
COMPLETE LINE OF tut.. for the year represent 1913 to unpaid 19.1V: 3 for
both Inclusive amounting to $91.80.* DRIED
AIJ1O: tort S of Hlk 31 I.lrlnfr-, 25c
NATIVE & WESTERN MEATS ..Ion. Truby A Co'*. Sub-Dlv..
; I Mo. SI Tp 8 s. It. IS: E. APPLES or PEACHES Ibs lOc 245;
The taxe to be oM' ate evidenced .
I .
No 430 and 2. oC
l-.tl't and 1914 revpecllvely and rep..ert..t' --

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