Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02649
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If history repeats Itself, more

( A llr 4 MAN FOR JOB arrests next month will be than made at In any Starke other IN DISTRICTSConsolidation MORE BONDSCommissioners

1 ty 3 t: e Y' I thirty-day period In the year. a +
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Farmers Urge School Board Records In the city hall show that r.
Says Question Purchase
\ Agent I Ii 126 cases were docketed from

May Receive As i To Take Early June I, 1937 through May 31 just To Be Decided I $20,000 Worth'

High As $500 I Action past The greatest number of I Soon 1 Monday
cases for any one month were I
written for July, when twentywere I
Agent T. K McClane A new recommendation for prln- up Another consolidation electionwas t{
County released the following w clpulshlp of the Bradford County docketed. Perhaps the spirit called this week by the Bradford I Bradford County retired a total i 't +,
of celebration derived from the of $20,000
the benefit of all High Schol next year was made County school board. It will worth of refunding road
staatement for
Fourth of counts for this. bonds
sheet signers: this week by the Board of Trustees July ( be held Tuesday July 5, to determine purchased at 0814 percent .:
I work The third bU leit month for and 981. (
1938 po- percent at Its meeting r'
already know, when you I following the resignation of whether or not Theressu Sub
Vf You lice officers wa. pecetnber, an here The
C J. Bowman who had School District No. 1 Monday purchases represented -
'a 1938 work sheet you be. previously and Hampton 1
I ed 'I''I'I other holiday season, when fifteen a saving of $325: below
: to participate In the been recommended by the trustees Sub School District No 2 shall
: .11.-lble: I cusp were written March, the I Ilhe value
up. par und will also mean
Conservation but not approved by the consolidate and to elect three trustees :
11958 Agricultural month of unsettled weather con- a saving of $1,200 Interest
Board of Public Instruction. I I to serve If the issue ('a I' charges
Program I I:E\'. HERBERT II. AMSTKIli ditions, was in second place witha Voting will take place at rl'les'l 'I annually. The purchase was made '"' I
Mr. Bowman
last wrote
sheet Friday WILLIAM: .
work T. ('O U:1t !
'in studying your i total of seventeen cases dock possible because of surplus funds
chool house In TheresHa and at
find that you might receive as : j. T Quigley has Just announced the trustees a letter stating that eted l ,I resulting from distribution of I '
wo $500.00 In the way of a I that the Rev Herbert II.Anuter I "Conditions are such I feel it to I the city hall In Hampton The Jones-LnnKfonl-Whlte/ PostAmerican tax funds the ( ,y
much as Ninety-one arrests- or seventy- : by state
A similar election will be held I Legion! was honored! 'I
be the best interest of all concerned ,
building payment, called yourI Austrian\! born Jew, now two percent of the total number I Pauper allow.nee of J, I
This does that I at this time tender to I Tuesday, June 21, to determine t.onduy night hy having us Its H Manning :f
I .oil building allowance. !l touring Southern States under the i were for drunkenness in one formor and Mrs. J. C Box ?{
| whether or not Boatdraln Sub I' guest William 1' Comer who was were discontinued -
I resignation as principal I
will receive you my
I that you | auspices of the American! Board I
mean another. as the former
of Bradford High School.! School District No. 17 and Starke elected State Commander at aconvention is receiving I
but It does mean that I lof Missions to the Jews of Brook- County
tbat much + Sub School District No. 3 shall !I held In Jacksonville Old Age Assistance, and the
In the trustees filed ---- --- re I
turn, Monday I
| entirely possible for you to : lyn. N. Y., is to be the speaker latter 'Is is
it U I letter with the School Board I consolidate and to elect three cently. He made a brief address on receiving Aid for the
receive that amount. I a missionary service to be held a that "After due MARIHUANADISCUSSED tees to serve If the issue the subJect of service. This was i Blind :'
'In order for you to receive the I llit the Starke Gospel Tabernacle saying tion we have nominated considera'i An election will also be hit first official visit to any postIn I Mrs. Alice Oliver WAS placed on I

| full amount mentioned above you 1 Ion Friday night, June 10, at 8 car Smith for the the Vanderbilt district on : the state since his election. The the Pauper Roll at $4 00 per month

I will have to complete during the o'clock. The theme Is, "Antl-seml- of principal of Bradford County I for the purpose of electing three new commander Is widely known i and Lulu Holder was allowed $2.00

year units of soil building practices I hart and the Jewish Hope." High School, and request your I trustees and fixing the mlllage for throughout Florida, being In themimlclriul per month; Andrew Sullivan $3: ,OO i ,

called your soil building Mr. Amster, who has been in prompt action on this nomination I| the next two years in Sub School bond! business. His home' per month; and Mrs W S. Parker

1 goal Below are listed the most leading Florida church during the so that the school may have a prin- AT ROTARYI I I District No 10.TRUCK. IH In Orlando $000 per month.

I common practices and how many past six weeks, comes well recom- cipal in time for him to organize I! .-- C. W. Batten requested pay for '
I each acre counts. May I call mended. He has an unusual religious I -
his work for the coming year, andso DRIVER transporting WPA women work
I your special attention to Numbers background. Born In Vienna that the uncertainty In regard Narcotic'Inspector Says I ; VEGETABLES ers to the Hampton Sewing Room

1.2 3. 4. and 8, Austria, of Jewish parents, to filling this position may be I KILLED I Project, the request being denied. )
Is Not "
i. Each acre planted to reared in the Roman Catholic ended." I Drug STILL Mid. L. A. Duvls and Mrs. E M, j'
forest trees and given proper church, he was not converted until Mr. Smith has been principal of NewA IN WATERFILLEDDITCH Davis, representing the County

protection and cultivation after corning to the United'! the Pompano High school for the I, Health Council requested $30:: .OO ,
counts FIVE units. States during the World War, and I ON J per month for traveling
past fifteen years, letters filed I fascinating talk on the dan- expensesof
to Is now a minister of the Gospel. i Heaton driver for Ocala MARKETI the County Nurse, as the WPA I p
2- Each acre planted stated. I gers of marihuana, the drug men- Roy an I
permanent pasture or establishing To hear a Christian Jew Is to a I I' The board members deferred action ace that is now receiving so much lumber company, died pinned under j, I had for discontinued Its appropriation
wish that
novelty few people the cab of his loaded purpose. The request
pasture by planting until attention all over the world, was heavily
for few they
toj pieces counts TWO units. miss. Everyone is cordially invited i could "Investigate a days the moral and I given before the Rotary Club here truck in a roadside ditch about 'I II Produce Brings Around refused because of lack of available I

3Each acre planted to to attend. :I legal qualifications" of the appli Wednesday by Joseph N. Bransky, !I ten miles north of Lawtey Wednesday $10,000 To Growers funds for that purpose I

Austrian peas, vetch, lespedeza cant. They had previously re- !I chief Federal narcotic inspector of night. During {WeekThe The Board approved tha pay-

rye grass, crotalarla, or G.S7&OEQUEST I jected the trustees' recommencja-.. !' this district. Heaton Is said 'to have been ment of the actual expenses. of the Y

esbania counts ONE unit. tlon of Mr. Bowman, requesting j Although this drug has only re- 'traveling toward Jacksonville County Attorney to Atlanta where

4Each acre of green manure I that J H. Benson, high school I' cently been receiving widespread : when he was sideswiped by an automobile week's shipment of produce he was. sent to protest a proposed

crops and cover crops, TO BE HEARD 1 principal last year, and L. A Gray, i publicity, it I.I not new, Mr. Bran- : driven by a woman whose from Bradford County amountedto curtailment of operating services
not paid for under some other supervising principal, be retained. sky laid, but was used by war i name was not learned The large an estimated $10,000( a slight I by the Georgia Southern and Florida -

practice, plowed or disked riors as fur back as 600 B. C., to I truck and trailer was forced off drop fro mthe $14.000( shipped out I l Railway Company on its track 1;

under or left .on the land AT LAKE CITYWill I II Incite their soUUra to abnormal the road and lurched Into the soft I during the week prior between Valdosta, Oa., and Palatka -

for turning later counts ONE SPEAKER STILLUNNAMED feats of bravery. Its use destroysall I I sand of the shoulder, finally overturning Fordhook Lima beans continued Florida. Mr. Landrum was

5Each 300 pounds of 16 sense of fear and moral responsibility i and pinning the driver j' to hold the lead with six: cars and I present and reported that the

percent superphosphate or I In a person, he said. down In the water filled ditch I'I'I eight big; trucks rolling: from Law- Georgia State Industrial Commission ,' ,

each SOO pounds of basic slag Affect Agency ; LEGISLATORS WILL TRY Marihuana Is hard to keep un- |I,I Because of the force with which ley during the past seven days. at the request of the Florida !i'i

applied to Austrian peas, IF I I Prices annk to a low of around $1 I, | Delegation, laid the matter over
At Hampton AGAIN SOON, der control, the inspector said, be- the lumber was thrown onto thetruck's "
vetch, lespecleza, crotalarla, I II i allowing farmers $5,400 for the until a similar proposal had been
THEY SAY cause It will grow practically ev- 1 cab, workmen were unable I
Granted I week's harvest.Watermelons. presented to the Florida
or permanent pastures counts I State
I erywhere and the cigarettes, In to remove Heaton's body until t
ONE unit. I The meeting In Jacksonville last which form It is commonly used, I more than three hours after the I entered the picture Railroad Commission. .*

6-Each acre of depleted Application of the G. S. & F : week, at which It was proposed to I are much cheaper to use than oth- accident occurred. I nt Brooker, but prices are j It was decided to discontinue

pasture reseeded with good Railways to discontinue agenciesat I:' elect the Speaker of the House of |j er habit forming drugs. In fuel, I I, The woman driving the sedan I said to be disappointing Hlx cars' maintenance of Alvin Robinson In I

seed o f adopted pasture several towns along the line Representatives for the 1939 LegIslature Marihuana Is nothing more or less I, and a man companion were also I and an unrecorded number off! u Boys Home In Duval County, he

grasses or legumes counts and to curtail the service between : was held In vain. It was j I than the hemp plant, he said. I I Injured and were taken to a Jacksonville trucks have been loaded at this having been maintained there for '
and Valdosta, Ga., will be decided that a second attempt to.i point and the twelve
ONE unit. Palatka Reports of the sale of Marihuana j' hospital. peak has yet to be j months at the request of

7 Each 1,500: pounds of heard by the Florida Railroad agree on a leader will be made at II j cigarettes to school children are -_._---.--- reached I representatives of the State Welfare n

ground limestone or Its equivalent ::ommls lo at the Blanche HotelIn I an informal caucus to be called generally exaggerated, Mr. Bran- Around 7.500: dozen ears of'i Board, and the Clerk was In- }, s a

applied to your land Luke City on Thursday, June : next month ;I II iI sky declared Federal agents keep BUS ROUTE sweet corn have been handled! j strutted to Inform the Children

counts ONE unit. 16. 4 I Strong opposition to deciding i such close watch over this traffic I BIDS SOON DUE I from the depot platform and the Homo Society of Florida of the .

8 Each acre of summer legumes The hearing will\ \ be attended by on a speaker now came from representatives that theme who peddle them do not state fiirmers" market. The price I action of the Board.' i '

Interplanted with soil- County Attorney T. Frank Lan- of Florida's smaller / take the risk of contacting schools I MUST BE SENT TO linn averaged around twelve cents I Fifteen dollars having been ap-

depleting crops provided good drum and possibly others from counties who assembled prior to Mr. Bransky made an Interest- SCHOOL BOARD BY ---- .-- -- | pro{>luted for traveling expensesfor

covet IB left on the land and here. The G. S. & F. passes i, the session of all house members. ii { ing display of opium pipes, and MONDAYThe 4-H BOYS I i workers in the County NursIng -

the legume occupies at leust through Hampton, where It maintains i Several who addressed the small:' Marihuana cigarettes, and also School Board will receive'! Project for the month of May,

onc-ihli-l of the land counts a Joint agency with the Seaboard ,',. county group urged cooperation'" hibited a wllt h' from which ex-// bids on bus routes In Its office here OFF TO CAMPWILL I and the matter coming up for re-
ONE-HALF Unit (Peanuts Air Line Its taxes in this "among us little fellows\ This I works had been removed, ruriHldciallon fur a continuing appropriation -
hogged off or other legumes county amount to around $1,7001 I was seen as presaging a contest i:' shoes with hollow heels that had I until 10 o'clock Monday mOl'nlng// ENJOY STAY IN It was decided to dis-
June II, at which time
cut for hay do not count.) annually. I for speaker between small and big been used for smuggling dope. OCALA NATIONALF"OItEST I continue It. "
I will be opnned and awards made
For each unit which you fall Among: the agencies that will!! be I county blocs. I The speaker was accompaniedhere All routes will be bid on, whetherthe Application of C. R Cooper for

ihort "f reaching your soil buildIng '. affected If the application Is granted The eight candidates for speaker by Damon Yerkes, assistant I driver owns the bus or whether Some fifteen or twenty 4-H usrilstante: for a minor nephew and a

goal. $1.50: will be deductedfrom Is the one at Lake Butler I Include Noah B Butt of BI'ev-1| Federal district attorney for this It Is owned by the county. club boys under the leadership of1 I niece, the Board! approved an expenditure
your soil building allowanceand ard County, John S. Burks of | at the request County T 1C '
-- --- --- urea.! They came the to Agent McClane, Jr of $2.00 per month for
you will_ get_ the balance. : Cotton Vole Canvassed I Pasco, LeRoy Collins of Leon, F.I j of D. P. Carpenter who was in reject The any board or reserves all bids, the contract right will spend! next week attending the | each during the past school year
of Hamilton
_- ,I DambergIarl'ell charge cf the program. annual 4-H Club camp at Camp I The County Judge was requested .
Freeholders voted 319 to 14 In j Sheldon of Hillsborough. going to the lowest any best bid-
NO PRIMARY Raymond --- .-- McQuarrie, In the Ocala National to exert every reasonable effort -
favor of making Bradford County ,, dor.
Robert F. Sikes of ,
Forest Mr, McClane I to
and the boys secure admittance In the at
exclusive Sea Island cotton' 'Ia. Information concerning the various -
NECESSARYGIBBS an Tomasello of Okeechobee and Roosts Florida Tobacco
I Mr will leave Starke at 10:00: o'clock State Hospital for Vernon Cooper,
area, U was revealed following I routes may be obtained at the
growing Pierce Wood of Liberty I i I
Green UI! Monday morning from In front of who was adjudged Insane sever.l
R. A. ;
3 Congressman
UNOPPOSEDFOR a canvass of the May ...... School Board's office here I
-.---- the Court House and return weeks and has since been
still urging the Secretary of Agriculture some ago con'
ATTORNEY the County Commissioners -------
I vote by A INJUNCTION 1' In Wellington, D. C., to I I time the following Saturday after fined In the County Jail, becauseof
GENERALIt at their meeting here Monday. Tennis Courts I
II give special classification for mar- I noon. All Club boys are urged to the Inability to secure his admission

win not be necessary to hold I, resolution was of drawn Agriculture up notifying Na GRANTED I ket purposes for Florida bright VVorM-huH been resumed on the I' be at the Court House promptly or to the Hospital

I special primary election'on July i Commissioner result of the leaf flue-cured tobacco.' At pres- I tennH courts which will be a part' they may be left. It was decided to sell the old 7
of the
II to nominate a successor to the than Mayo and the board'scooperation GAINESVILLE MARBLE BOARD I ent the Florida tobacco Is class- I of the playground development I'I The sheets and any play equip i wire fencing at the Farmers Mar-

late Attorney General Cary D. election In pledging the furtherance of I I OWNERS APPLY TO Ifie.l and sold as GeorgiaFloridafluecured j across Road 13 from high school ment such as gloves, bats and 1 ket Site to R. L. Lee for $ .OO.

UnJiH, because there la no contest In this i, JUDGE ADKINS I I In his communication I building here. The courts will bel I balls as they wish' to take 'I Upon motion and second it was
for the office. I county.Sea production I 1 Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins, ata ''to Secretary Wallace. Green con- I I clay Instead of cement, which was !I Camp McQuarrie Is situated In ;( decided to sell the three thousand t

George Couper Glbbs. who suc- -- Injunction held here ', tended that Florida tobacco Is of ;{originally planned. Starting as an the heart of the Ocala National dollar bonds of Wllllston, which
Deeded Landls temporary injunction better grade than any grown in the I INYA project, the responsibility of 1| Forest on beautiful Crooked Lake : the Board now holds, to W T. Coma -
by appointment last week, granted a
(om Gov Fred P. Cone, won Take More Traps restraining Sheriff J. P. I United States and brings ai much I I finishing them has been shifted to I The camp has screened cabins, a r, of Orlando, Florida, for $1,- o{ ,.

contested A. A. Durden and W. B Lucas, from ai three cents per pound more than j the city sand beach lake, running water 14000, this being $120.00 more
nomination for the un-I Ramsey, of Alachua County, I .:____ .____ II
wplred! term when no conservation officers for Brad- seizing marble board games operated I other tobacco and that it was just I i and every modern convenience than the appraised value at the

qualified against him. The time .ford and Clay Counties respectively J by five Gainesville defendants to Florida growers to have special Grocer Held Up The boys have been looking for- time they were accepted.

q ality expired Saturday at mld- too nine Illegal fish traps from who filed a bill of complaint |classification and designation. A. S. Crews, Ralford groceryman :' ward to this trip and all are expecting I I Application was made to the

eight. Hall Lake last Friday. The traps __________ I to have a great time. This
Cibb paid his tee Saturday The Injunction, effect of which *u >w wj reports that he was held up I Board for the Installation of
u noon I may be seen at the residence of and relieved camp Is the highlight of the years at the Warehouse
the filing of a $::100 late Saturday night i I plumbing Commodity
State law provides for automatic Mr. Durden here. He wishes to bond hinged by upon the defendants to pay any j Bus Routes Mapped I.I.r of (780 on the road between Ral-,] 4-11 Club work from asocial standpoint on North Church Street the t,
on dealers the fact that I Percy Sullivan, of Theressa, U and every boy should makean
Cation, Impress Incurred until the final hear- 'ord and Lake Butler. He says request was denied because of Insufficient -
there without voting If license to sell fish does not give costs r nearing completion of a map effort to go.n ,
1 la it f that two men In a Chevrolet sedan funds available for that
but bill of complaint,
one candidate for an to use traps. If ing of the all existing school bus ._. ,
them a right showing --- -
e. Democratic Sheriff Ramsey from seis parked across the road and prevented purpose
tantamount caught trapping, their license will routes In Bradford County He Is him from passing. Half-Year A for and Indexing
to election. not ob- ing any of the marble games operated WPA which Is Tag proposal recopying -
be revoked and they may employed by the
The State the defendants until such ft' certain records In the
Democratic Executive by Half- licenses
for a period of similar projects In all yearrautomohlle
:5 Committee I called the special July''twelve tain a months.new one I time asthe, circuit court holds the i conducting Florida''' counties. The map/i will Must Have License will not be available until July I, County Judge. Office by WPA

two Primary |In the event there were ---.-- --.- final hearing of the bill. i'I I later be used In an effort to con- j Following a short course of Instruction County Tax: Collector\ C A. Knight workers was laid over for further

,Ir more candidates I PlaceF. No date bas yet been set for the olldate route and cut down j jI : for conservation officers announced this week following consideration.The .

Cihbs, a Circuit' Judge at Jack- Buys Kingsley final hearing Judge Adklns said i:i I I transportation COllts in various I, In Gainesville last week, W. B, structlona from Tallahassee In-I Board decided to meet with

4pe wie for twenty-two years, H. Holllngsworth, local real ,, yesterday. !! counties. The map for Bradford j I Lucas, Clay County officer has legislative act, Mr. Knight pointed the County Assessor of Taxe4

last Appointed by Governor Cone estate dealer, recently sold his .-- +'shows that S. M. Mott, Brook- ,; nnounced that owners of cottages I Ion i out pertaining to this matter provides I Monday, July 4th., A. D 1938, al

01 L.month! lOOn after the death place on Kingsley Lake to Miss Rita Buys Filling Station \I er, bus the longest route In thirj i, Kingsley Lake must buy 11enes that any vehlole or trailer iii 10:00: o clock A M., In the Clerk's

Hutu II. The appointment Is good Mina Manassa. owner of the Bill and Rufus Alvarez have county- folly-eight mile It U : to fish there unlesS they not subject to registration before 'Office for the purpose of hearing t
the November Theatre. It is a six-rom bungalowon official residenceIn June 30 of shall be I complaints and taking testimonyof
'ten, general elect lake. the West End Service statlon. ., just under the maximum length j, maintain their any year charg
befo when Gibbs' .will ."0 the northwest side of the bought and from Mr. and allowed by the state department'''' Clay County. This will effect ed for such registration at one- owners or Interested parties us

h the voter for t two year Another Kingsley place to change Mrs. L. Torruella.grocery They are Brad- of education Mr. :Mott transports ummer residents from Starke, half the annual rate providing that : to the assessments theretofore

La0415 naming of the term to which hands is that of F. F. Stump which and are well- an average of fifty-eight pupil Gainesville, Jacksonville, and oth- no licences will be 'issued for less I made by the said County Assessor' r
of ford County boys
t 8m) wal elected In 1036. The has been sold to Win. Knabb, I IJ.lacclenny known to many friends here. each day of the school term. ir towns, Mr. Lucas said. than $:+;. : of Taxes.i : j
expire: In January* 1941.ol. -

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SUNNY BROOK FARMMr THi t I': l--llI.OWINi= ; IlKMCHIHKIJI.ANnS :: : : 1 Qnaitii' I ,.f, :Noilliciiatgnii I '' bidder nt I the day of Juno The I IIIXCH I to be .....hiII'" evldeiu'cdi to I the hlglii-Ht hldd. 1
HITI'ATK( IN; ; Bit .MH'i I >ltl'ilt'NTY. > l .r.. S"'I ,Inn fi Tow iinlilp( 7 !Smith, Stark on the inth .'"K. .. '14 II il.' ''*' "' hi'iiHilimn. I mi 1 Hi,. "
*. Floyd R. Crosby Cor.Jispor Mn O! rnr Carter, Cor. I.onl t 1)TWI'I', : I ll.ingc: :J.:: ,Hani. i''oiiliilnliiK 4 1 Afl'KH, i I' :I'. ,nt, t ;thin i I'n"( ( I Hie in h.i, 21fl, i Ie 'A day M of May, i I.I ifl'ii:\, : i ei'/mid' li "I rn i'tl:I I .."ti'I|' tl i \ elmill ,npii'K 'the month of JuU I"1 i : II|
The North 3 67 fei-t of (Lot 1 1, and mine" or I....... .'iit, unpnlil'' i II""-" for I the )','n I'" I ih" It tl hi ilnv of hv,'| i "!
Bill Ivy Thompson of Miami! visited the North ::161 i fuel of load-half .And Cerllflcnte i I No. I I8S eml I'I :IS t'l2! i I" is:8.!)!: lintll IllrlllHlVe. ninouilt"snlil Tinted. thin 30lh ilnOFFICIAL ,..,
Bennett and Bolts OrKICIL( "SKAL: ) 'I
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friends and relatives here last ; :'l1a:1::: Section d) Tiiwnnhlp 8 A. J. THOMAS!I. $ ( SKAL.
of Lutz were visiting the for- SEV, if N\VI4, Quilt ter "Hertliin' i of Circuit Court, of I lax c-e'rtlflcnti'H. together with A. .1. THOMAS

mer's brother-in-law and sister week. 2 1'1/1"*>. Tiiwimlilp. X South Itailffe 22 Smith AcreH. flange Ijiore. or 22 less Kant, containing 40 (llradfoid I.rlc County Florida .ill I I HiiliHciiuent. I (oinllled i i I ... Levied I ('i.k;, IM cii:, (uii i, i .

Mr and Mrs. Floyd Cro by. last Mrs. Gladys Carter was shopping YOU and each of you will take I I The assessment. of the said, property D-27-31-8-10. tnxi'H will nt the be Hold CoiirthoiiRe to the door highestlItlcr In I 0-3-51-1-1.Jlrll"to'd' ("''till' ) 'i-''.-. I},'

In Jacksonville, last Wednes notlrti that/ the plaintiff Hiram I';. under mild certificate. No. 31 tin' lOt Ii day of Juno
Saturday.Fate Fortner" him filed a sworn lilll of "'''H III the name' .. of H H. Spencer' ; 4rI'l'I.1 voit i.l.h4"FIO'4: : at S on tl'OO I o'clock A. M.HiUi'd : .
I IM3X.! : /
Brown and Randolph day.Mr. complaint I I In I the above Court and the aHHeHHment. of the said I property For"the power; vented In them the I I t till" the 2lHt I day. of Mtiy, I \ ,'rit'p -.
and Mrs. Dalton Carter and catiHO. against you and alno against uiidvr, nald certificate No. 83 Hoard. of Public I nsi 1 rUl'll..1I for 'lNOFFI'IAI. NOTICE TK III'HU'I''
Crosby made a business trip to Annie, Mae l.uo, a widow Jameit Lee wan In the name of K. II. JnneR: thaURHeHHtnent Ilradford County hereby call an 1 ) SKAL) It bay "0111" II < ::1whol1'l \ )'' ,
Baltimore Md., last week. daughter Louise spent Sunday In and .lean Lee, minor., In which suit of the Raid. property under election In Hoatdraln Sub 14.'h..ol,11I..lrh'l ( A. J THOMAS 193M. 1 will "",.I\' I I 110",,I II. .",, 1111'I..t.
Carrol Atkin the relief nciunht IH to quiet and said certificate No. Slit wan In 17 and Starke. Sub ". (' I'
Brooker with Mrs. No. Clerk of Circuit Court of .rrvrnan. "Iii ti t y .5 tii g'' I .. :
G. M. Bennett spent last week confirm the title. tn said lands, warranted the name of t'nknown ; and theNesNIllent BM- School IilHtrlct. No. !h to be held Bradford County, Florida. Ols"h./I'/ a" Atln""I"lr..II' I. 'I. I
by plaintiff to hlx grantee of .the said property Under In the BoatdralnSchool late W. "1 :
In Jasper visiting: relatives and son.Mr. June 21 1138: 5-27-31-8-10. V. u. (llMKall. '1. ", '
and Mrs. M. D. Carter Floe M. Frerlrlknnon an an Indefeanlblfl naid certificate No. idS waH In HOIIHO and In the City HallIn final accounting being I ".I I"'
friends. fee elinple title, and tn have the name of Unknown.I'nleHR 'in-id ,
I the town of Htarke to approved by County. ""
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. your Interest and rlalm. .nd that ol sail certificates. shall! beredeemed whether or not DlHtrlct I No. 17 hall (SiI'I4 TO IIIN ..nn'I1 I VILlA V.Judge
Carl Carter.W. each of you In said landa cancelled according to law the coiiHolldate with Stark DlRtrlct. No. The Hoard of I'ubllu instruction MOUIIV.N: =
BROOKER a. a cloud upon such. title: THIS INTO propertleR, described therein. will beHold 8 to elect. three trustees. and determine of Hrad t'.tol County will receive 6-8-4t-6-24. Admtni.t".'15th ,
H. Norrann Jr., and Claude 1 KKCjriKK YOU AND BACH OPYOf tn the hlgheRt bidder at the the amount of Mlllage to be hid on Bun Routes In their office --
Miss Vera GaJney. Correspondent Norman. of Webster are visiting 1 to appear In nald caune on July Conrt-houne door on the first Monday assessed against Raid consolidated I In Mtarke. Florida until 10 A. M. ------ -
4lh, 1938 at the office of clerk ofnald In the Month of July 103M.whl..h two June 13, 1938 at which I'V t'ts 'I'm
district for the ensuing yeara.rhe Monday, .I.F'l "I..rt
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Court l In Htarke, Florida: or I.. (he 4th., day nf July A. D. managers for Raid election will time bids will be opened and award. 1F : O.

Birthday Party M. Norman. otherwlHe the allevatlone of maid bill lU8. n.Rd. It appearing by aftid-ixv,
h.: ,
n, .
will be taken a. confeaaed Pitted this. 2nd., day of June A.
of complaint to
the right I Hint certain
Board reserves "
ItOATDRAIN: The cause In ('In ,
Mrs. O. W. and Leslie Mrs. Pit Varnes and Grady,
Barry son
County P. 1 18. "
by you The Cal UllRHon. reject any or all bldR.. The contract Itradfnrd ('nil tuty Florida V ?urteery.
Thomas entertained at the homeOf of Jacksonville, are visiting her I Telegraph !Ii hereby deMlitnatedaH (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Carl Andernrlugene going to the lowest and bent bidder. .entitled Orion v' I VJ11". i :
the duly qualified newspaper In A. J. THOMAS : llrlfflaKlam Information on the varl...... routes Plaintiff .. ... Anna M. h".on
the Former with a surprise parents, Mr. and Mrs.! J. M. which thle Order and Notice to Appear Clerk of Circuit Court of : IewlSTAPKK may be obtained In our office. fendant. and the relief Inton) .",". 1 1)'.

birthday party Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosier and Khali be publlahed once eachweek Bradford County Florida. : Respectfully. being; divorce.' That, 'ih.. pr.|7r,V0',
for four conMecutlve weekMnext 6-3-5t-7-l. A. Scott A. J. URIFFIS. I I.. n renlderit of ,. ;;; "''JII''!,'
honoring her daughter Miss Jo Mrs. Walter Lee, of IndIan town, prior to July 4th, 1938. WItness F.Adam OreenK. County Superintendent. unknown to the H .I ii, ; ,"'hIlly''
celebrated her with Mr. and Mrs.J. hand and official Heal atHinrke. plaintiff. ,111111, ,'h...
Ella Barry. Jo Ella spent Sunday my horns OP ItlK OF TAX J. SullivanGraham 8-3-21-6-10. In no parson In the stat III PI.
Krudford County, Florida, .
sixteenth birthday on this occas- M. Rosier. thin June l. 1938. I'KIITIPICtTIOH: Boyd ida service of personal p tic, ,? "P"n' "
NOTICE IH IIKHKIiV GIVEN that S274t17. whom would I"'r onllll I I !
outdoor Miss Lorena Rosier left Sun (OFFICIAL SKAL' ) "' 0'I'U'1 OP AI-IM.ir\TIO\' I ) Inn, ,, .IIld
ion. Many games were J. C. Jones. has. filed with me writti fendHiit. IT IS UIU' .;IIf'I''
enjoyed by those present after day for a month's vacation' with Clerk A. J.of THOMAS.the Circuit Court of >n request that the tax certificate. I '\ THH' C'Ol'HT OP THE COVNTYJl 'r \ \Illll IIKKUINrnnte :'\". 111:1)NO'l'lt'l'l : i llm defendant Anna M I ,I"'n,,,!j'MI''

refreshments relative In Indlantown. Tirndford County, KlaKnlKht together with i I all mthHefiuent, omitted IMiK. lilt 'IFOnn. fOVN.TV. ISHKHKnV: ., I V j'N. That .ppuar to the Mil Of ''1'1'1., ,," '
which delicious were '
or ,levied taxes h,'ld l by the State .FI.OHIUt. .. IMtOII VTK.IN :. 'the 4th. day of .'"Iy. I pi: 'n
Htarke Kla.AtrorneyH Certificate "'
A KnlKht. holder of Tax 'h'l.
rl I C. Conner, '
honoree received Odom Denmark. of Jacksonville. advertlHed the RR: wine a i decree pro "."t.. ,, '
served. The many I for Plaintiff. and 'ilil to high- : No. 1837. IHHiied the 7th day of I' "" ? ,ill,' '
,, KHTATR' OF It. S. HtTMPIIRKY: entered against 11(1, ,, "
st bidder for cash an provided by ri r..IIo". ,

beautiful gifts from her friends. la-..visiting-.- ..---his brother, L. R. Den- 8-3-6t-7-l. :'hiipter .1 18200_ of the 1917 act* of IIBCEASKDNOT1CR .. _. _..._......... I.In" .,,V I'oti..IX H ::iI3h: ""m lIJda':.. :n- appear.. .. .;_ That_ t, 1 thin_ .!.I, i I., 1',' ,' "' "10,.
---- illI-a. ..",,,. .tie .It""II1'U", upon the following 0U. .. !Pl .'a ,"atlon;; '-n- 'A"-deed to;- be Innuedthereon r. .r..T cnl-ll weUK [I''l' I I.''.M.Reciutlve .
>OTI('K OF1 !I.I."1 OP TAT ftencrllied real estate. In the IS:: HIOItKIIY: (IIVN:>J that for I weeks In i th.. u, .1',
Midi Edwards. Jr., of Starke Mrs. J. M. Norman and daughter I Said certificate I emUraceHthe '
I the will the 20th County Telegraph 3
4 911'IiViTEMOTll'I : : County of I IIt'n.H"1:11"1": of FI..rId" undersigned on I deHcrlbed. Inth a lu-wip; iti.' ',
spent last week-end here as the Mrs. Sinclair Mosley were |l4 IIIOKKHV: lilVICN that to-wlt : day of Julv A P""i! : M. prt-Hent i toth following property State of general circulation uiiiiii 1, h. i
of 1I.rord.
last Wed T. J Alderman lbs filed with me I l.cilH i 4'il. Cl I In Wiiodlawii. Sec. I .i Honorable ; Judge of County iirad ford County, 1'lnilili '
Weeks. in Jacksonville
guest of W. T. Chopping written request. Hint the tax rerIfltaleH 31 I Tn, n H. R. 22 K, containing I Ilradford County. Florida, hlH final Florida towltNortheant I WITNESS! my haI,, .lb .
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulersonand nesday. toiri>ther, with all Mlilmeliient 20 5'i'es. morn or II'.". return account and vOII..h..r..1. : Quarti'i of Nii't it i-list Heal of Raid, court, thK \1"t .]
,' omitted, or levied taxes held, The I I.. x-s I to .be Hold are *M."I..n.."" niliilHtrator cum teHtamento annexo Quarter Section 35 Townthlp 0 IllKFICIAI. SKAL:
Miss Vera Galney accompanied --- V-- l>v the State be advertlHed and Hold h,' ri'i I tlfli I i ,iiti.I S".. i'i: of 1928 reHpcitlvelv uh,' InMix non of the Kdtule of It MHumphrey. Slit,t Ii. Range 22 Kant. irmtalnIng I A. J. THOMAS
by Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran- PINE LV.VELMr I o the hlitlK'M bidder for cash anirovldfd I I and r"pl'.nl unpaidtaven I Decenned, and at said 40 Acre" *. I mini( ii ;u '- Cletk of ('II!, ,"n i ,
of Lake Butler were trans- liy Chapter, i IH29f1 of the for the yeain 1927 to lOll.I \ I time. then and, there, make application The nMMeHsment of I the nald prop rtradford. Cuuntv, i
nen, *. II. M. Mr-Rue, Correspondent 1'M7' iota of I the LjeiriHlature' upon I ItMM. incliiflve, amounting, tn $3H: .80. to I the mild Judge, for a final i-ily iiudi'i. I hi.ail lortlflrnte ttlined T FRANK LANnntIM.
acting business in Tampa Saturday I he following deMcrlbefl. real I eHtaten Soul tax certlflcitleH, together"' with H..tll"I11.'nl nf bin ,tlninistititioui, of wan I lit the IIHIIU of Unkuiiw, i. At'orn"y for PhLllllltr
it S the County of Kradford State of"lorlda. ill I I MibHeijiient. omitted I or Leviedlaxen Raid pHtate and for an order dlRI'hnrglng I:n less Maid certlfftati I ihall bf ,'< G-3-6t-1-1.
The Revival meeting will beginat / to-wlt': will be Hold. to the highest I him HH Hiuh, AdminlHtrntorI'tim ----- -
H. B. Crosby and Ralph Mott Nut/, of NWiJ; of NKH Hec. 18 bidder, at the Court IIOUM* door In teHtamento annexo dti boulR .
Pine Level Church, Thursday Tp I 7 B 11 21 K. containing 10AiTeM. I Sit'kon the lot), clay of June non. -. .-
were in Lawtey Saturday. night, June 16, conducted by ElderS. more or I....". lIlt; : at i I II'00 1 : o'clock A. M.Ixited I"in I ril thin. I lie 19th day of May.A. ..
H'he laxen tci be Hold are evidencediv of l>. HIS .
The farmers of I his communityare thin' the 2lKt day May, % *
J. Akers.
II. WirmilAM
certificate :Nim 478 of 1933! repellively. 191StonMCIAI IIKIIMAN ,
very busy now harvesting the Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and and represent unpaid I I SKAT.) AH. AdiiilniHtrator I cum textamentoannex'
uxeM for the years 1IKI2 to I I9.1H! A. .1. TIiOll.S. dt* bonln. non of t the I0 ,lu1uof .
tobacco crop and loading watu- children of Gum Branch section mih IncliiHlve, am.iintliiir to "1 03. clerk' of c'ln i ,'ult I Court nfrtfndford II S. Hiimiihrey, Deceased.

melons. The corn beans. and and Mrs. Audrey Newman, of ALSO!' : N'if.. KKi! ( of NI':'" Hec. County, Florida. 5-27-91-7-22.
to be of 16 1'1'| 7 H. It 21 K.. containing -27-nt-6-10..
peas are a thing; Jacksonville, were dinner guestsof 20 AereM, more or lessi'he !NOTK

the past. The housewives have Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae taxes to hi Hold are evidencedy NOTICE: IS IIKItlOllY:' fllVKN: to
and certificate NOH. 477 of 1133: re- NO'IH'K OP 1 \II: OP TKIITIPIC .\ \ nil I I whom It may concern that I have
kept busy canning the surplus Sunday.Mrs. 'pectlvely and, repreHent unpaid (' : "'1'.:" filed 1 mv Final Ret urn and' will on

have also canned many peaches and Mrs. J. L. Underbill taxes. for the yeaia 19:12: to | 9IX: :NOTH'K I IH HKItKHY I : fMVE.V: that the 25th lay of June, A. 1'). 1A18
from the nth Inclusive. amniintlnjr to $2534. I' 'Ivdi. Cone ban fllod with me written apply to the Honorable R. K. Ferryman -
which were brought here of Sampson City were dinner I requent i thut the i tux certlflcnteRtogether i .
.\l I.SO: NKV, nf NWI4' & NWl/. of County Judge. for Final 1>| -
Georgia peach orchards.We guests of 1nand Mrs. B. M. Mc- .NW ,i of NKH, Sec. 18 Tp. 7 S.K with all HiibHemii-nt omlti "'ha "ego an Administratrix, of Estate.
that J. 21 I i K containing. no)) Aciex 1 d I or levied tUX5 held bv the "f I II I V .\ h.'"h."tie, tI 1.u--eusei. 'I'Il Is
are glad to report Rue Sunday. more' or leHH. '1'"< ,ie be. advertIsed and Hold to the Slav. 24th. 1B18.MKLVKNIA.

M. Mott, who has been very 111 Is Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jackson and The taxen to tie Hold are, evidencedv ghost i bidder' for cnnh IIH nrovld'Mtiv I ABRAHAM Adm'x.
:, <>"rtlflate NOH 103 and 4X0 of Chapter 182SI8!) .f i the 19H7 actH 6-27-41-6-17.
now rapidly Improving. We hopehe little son Ronald spent Saturday ,. .
1"211! and lll'IJ' : .lenpi'ctlvelv and repHi'iit f the Legislature. upon the follow- --- -.
will noon be able to be up ando I night with Mrs. Jnckson's] mother unpaid' lazes for the years I ng deBcrlbeil ,real I ...'ta S e I In the "O'I'H'''' or 'S N IK op TKIITII'C .\ \
"> zri tt. 10 'M, iioth liH'IiiHlve, aniountIllHT I ',,tt flu V of Iliadfoid, Hint of Klur- (' t'rssNOTI'lI
t again. Mrs. Eva McMlllian, at Starke. to $1 II HO. "(,Ill,, to-wlt : IH 1IKHIOHV i : lIVEN that

Miss Joyce Atkinson Is conva- Misses Elnor Conner Helen and ..M.Sfii.. of SWV' of NWV, & I HICl r of !SKV' Less. Road Sec 8Tp 11.V.. MiiHclfy IIIIH filed wit h tin.vrltten .
? Dorothea of Gum Brunch NI. of NW'i' \ of HVVVi fee. 17 Tp., 7 H It 20( i I': iiintlllnlng, 118 I I '. ,rciiueHt. Hint i the tax certlflitcM -
lescing In the Aluchua County Norman 7 'S tt 21 I':. contalnlnR 40 ;iTi'H. more or |lois I ingi'ther with all HiihHciiuent. '
Hospital where she underwent an were dinner guests of Misses Vesta ",.,.eM. niniR or, len Tlie S Inxi-K to lie Hold I I are evldn.lced I ,ilii.il, "t' l t. vied taxes held by the ,
Tilt' t'lxrn t.i i he Hold are evidenced ucrtlflcnte, i NOH til and 111 of State. be advertised. and Hold. to the
appendix operation last week. We and Odessa McRae, Sunday. hv certificate NOH. 1 lOll and 4S4 of I 1932: and 11.13: respell, tlvcly.I ,and "iel"sent 1'- ItlKliMHt I. bidder for canti. HH provided. i i.v I '

hope she will continue to Improve. Miss Doris Crosby of New Rlv- I 11128): and III I':13:i renpect Ivelv. and reprpHent i unpaid, t.."... for the yearn. chapter 182H8! of the 19.17 acts ]
.. Kill In rns. both ImliiNlve. amount.Ing ..t'th.. LeglRluture the following
tax for the
l unpaid N yearnti2A upon
Misses Juanita and Jeanette McCauley :'r, spent Sunday ylth Misses Annie
to t'i'tN: liulh lncluHlve. amount- tn $r 4 ((10. deHcrlbed real estate. In the"ountv TOEtY
and Charles Hardy, Jr., Mae and Luclle Alvarez. line to $113.:!5. ALSO! : !ofW',. of SWi less tImid of llradfold, =Stale of Florida -
ALSO SU. of SRI4' of NW'4 & See !I' Tp, 7 S. R. 20 K., containing to-wit :
drove to Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. H'4 of NKV ,,( .SW"i of NWl., jtNU 38 Acres, more .or leHH.The LotR 4n.I, 84 In Wondlnwn. Section
G. H. Parker and children. Mrs. II. H. Lewis. of :NWM: of S\VW of NW14Hec taxes to lie Hold*lire, evidencedby SI Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., containing
., 17 Tp.; 7 S. n. 21 Eant. con- certificate XOH. 'i and 195 of 20 Acren, more or Ie..... ,
of Cross City, are spending a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner made lamIng 80 ArreH. more or lane. '1913!1 and 19:13: r..I..tl\I..ly.. and rep- The lilieS to be Hold are evidenced '

while here with her mother Mrs. a business trip to Palatka Tues- The taxes to be Hold are evidenced ,i-enent. unpaid taxes. fur the year bv certificate No... 263 of 1931 repectlvely I
Martha Parker. hv certificate NOH. 88 and 487 of I 1931 to I 1111: both In'-HiHlve' amountIng '. and represent unpaid I
to $47.48. taxeS for the 19JO
'U27 and 19.13 rogpectlvely. and rep- yearn to 19\1.
----V.------ day.Mrs.. J. W. Drlggers returned "rt.Hent unpaid taxes. for the Said tax certlflcat.) logether with both inclusive, amounting, to $25.38.
1 28 to IN3M.I lioth IncltiHlve. all BubHcquent omitted< or Levied ALSO, Lota. 51, 62, 63, 54. 55, 66 '
RISING home Saturday after spending a .
ing to SlOt 4AIHI - --- ---- ---- -- --- ---
Ml** Edna Lew i In, Correspondent: few days In Jacksonville visiting .: HVVlof srV' of NKV, y..ar.1
I Acre for Church Hec 28) Tp : I
relatives. S' It. 22 K fontalnlimr 'I A.
-----.--- more or lennTh I
Mrs. R J. Resister of Green '
% 0'IICK OK "PI'I.U"'IO" Foil taxee to be Hold, are ..v..I'.n.I'.
Cove Springs returned home Sun- Foil TAX I KKItlrmmtr : hv certificate' NOH :.18!) and 1493 ofl'12'l I

day after spending a few days with Illllo illS: ) I and 19! :tl 1 "' '''','lIv..I", and reprenent -
NOTT'1'3" IS IIKItK'UY (1IVK.V.: That I for the years &EEFtrEI
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. I...UM. Ilohn. holder of Tax CfrItriralo 1 112S to 143:rNnt' InrliiHlve. amount- !

Miss Melva Crosby of Jacksonville N... 614, 1 iNMied the Till stir to $13. 13.AIJ40 t SUPPLIES
duy cif AUKUHt A. 19:1:1.:I him I : A II HWH of MVlR I of I IRy I
spent the week-end with her filed name In mv office and has ., Sei12 'I'p. K H. R 22 K. I
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cros made application for a tax deed 10.. containing 9 Acres, more nr i
; Im iHMued thereon Hald. rerrlfl, 1l'1 leKH. I
,ml>mreM the followlltM i I ; deHfl'lliedproperty The (nipS tn he Hold arc evidenced I !
and Mrx. Jeff Lewis and I In the County I or llrailford.Htate hv certificate' N..... 1602 of IH3J: re- '
of Klorid.i. to-wll : Mpectlvcly. and represent unpaid '
Mr. and Mrs. K C. Lewis spent :231. : :. A In HW Cor of "SI V4 of axen for the yearn l In:12: to lfllf: 'I'I'', ,

Sunday afternoon with Mr. and $l'4 C., ". 11 N film-o7t putillcr. : linth IncliiHlve, nrn."tlnK" to $2I.U7! I
..nil No.: IS.! I IS fl i 10 W line: ALSO: N '.. i>f NIP, S.. 13 TpH '
Mrs Bert Shaw of Glen St. Mary. of SrcVi; nt SK'4. A run N .::15! ft. 8. R. 22 K. containing 80 I

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby madea I hence H, H2 ....Kr...... K 2)14) ft, .\ i ren.' more or I"..... I| I'
tI the.llf M 4 drKrees W IOI I ft. tn taxeH to he .. Evidenced :
business trip to Jacksonville roail thence W ulollif N Hide of I hv'l'r r ,- NOR d'5"t"' :: 1934 reHpeotlvelv I II I !

Monday mail 319 ft I.. lleK Si, i24 Tp. I and rcprcnenl unpaid, I I ,
7 K It. 21 M:., i-imtalnliiK 2 ,laxcH for the ypitrw 1933 to 1938. f
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Layton and A,'r"M. more nr I"HH. I linth IncliiHlve, amounting to $88.80 i

daughters: Miss Tnez and Muriel, The aHHeHHmwnt of the Hald prop- AT.SOLot! : 2 f>f Hilt : I. LlvlnuHion I 11'1 :
"-,'Iy under the Bald certlfli-ate I.- Truliv "'0'. Hub-DIv
and Miss Vera Thompson of Chula .'uoI. wnn In the name of Mrei. I.lx- 1'1..<.. 211 Tp 5 8 S.: H 22 K' 1'1'

Ga., recently visited Mr. and al.l 10.: HarrlN.lTnlt The taxeH to l be Hold are evidencedl.v I ''I
.HH Haid certificate shall he r"- '.eI.t ificate' NOH. 430( and 381 oC
-- 'liM>me.t accord I Inic tt> law the prop- 1') II and 19:11: revpeotlvely. and repr"m Ii
'l'lv d..>Hcrlbed. therein will be fiold nt unpaid tuxen for the "....,..
to the highest. bidder at the court I 1'i.H':i I to I'l.m.): both' Inclusive nimuintir II'' the Ruby :'
lintiHe door i>n the flmt Monday In .: to $50 r.o.( I
'tin- month of July' t'tl.) whirl IHilu ::1.' Itt' tax certlfli-atcH t>'Ri>rh'>i with II : OUTFIT :
4th day of July, 1938. ,* i II| ,HiiliHH']uenl; :omitted or Levied: I -
BUSINESS l f.,nte.l his 4th lay. of June. l !938.4iI"l"Il'IAI. t.t\.*H will I he Molil, to the hlffheHtiiuldor ", tile
si: "I.) al' I the CourthoiiHe door In I $400 / II J: IV .R4'\Pell j

A. J. THOMAS! I'urU", on i the 17th. day nf June 1938 An exceptional veXed Consists ol! loose Po s T .B '
DIRECTORYDRINK Clerk nf Chtult Court of It t I no nVIork A M I Ii D b I'I'I
Krudford County, Florida. Dated this 28th : day of M.iv' 1938.lOKFICIAl. I leal lodger binder 200 ledger iheeta and E... c :1,

n 1114171., I SI-Mt.i: I, A-Z. 26 divIsion leather lab index. Bound I }, '!"" BlAck Y 2 5 I 1 "
- --- A. J. THOMAS b. I.vaal 2
.. flTIl'1 0' C' 1'1'1.\1'10" loll Clerk of Circuit ("011I'1 of I I In durable imitation leather colors red or black. Steel back I SIaadSTdo'5r: aubetaalial j lJ ImlfalIolJ Ie .I '
FOR 1" C iII'I'i: : Uradford ('. fit Klorlda fir
.ti .
"....1. 11111 tin null: I C-I.: II6-11 7 with automatic locking device Push button for quick open- I POl1.hed ., :rXock and .ndi"1;'.tte1a1 brge: Each I,

NOTICKIM" HKItKIIY (1 I V liN. ThatMrx. In,,_ no '10:.. ..."" ,b.." !':hSpepar.24subtac.Sh.etsiz.6z91nch. ___ ...1.,,_ .__.t .i i.. __ I r-_ can._. '1'....... _. DL' I
-- -- -- -"* --"-- BAV .. -
uvvua WUltW -
@jV7J lleulah Kelly holder of Tax t- IVUtyUOlV 1e'.h : "" 'taev -"I1 i I
V 'ertirii-al, No. 4BU I IxHueil the 2ndday I \UI.It'1; ...." U'I'I.U'\'I'IO'\ ,.. 710.. posr.. IIII '
.' ....
of Mttplember A. II. 19.15. h... 5 I.U '
lilefl I same 'In my office and ban < Xet>M.e Illll. No.NOTICK 1.11 'II
iiade. application" for a tax deed to IS HKItKIIY, (HV ;N. That ,.
The pause that refreshes Se iHMUfit thereon. Hald celtlflcateml I 1 1 \\ ItobertH holder, of Tax Certificate I 8t1or He. Irlptlo..
>la..eH the following, deHcrlbedr No. 438 IxHiied the 5th day Ea.h
OIL V "pt rtv I In the I'..o ft v of itrad(",rd, of September, A. I>. 1912 han. filed' II
late of Florida, to-wlt : .iinc! in my office and has made aDi 020008 Ruby Ledg.r Outfit-Red $4.00
YVK ARE North Half, of Northwest. Quarter 1110-i I II.I ." for n t tux. deed tn be IHtifd I 020007 Ruby Ledger OUlfit-Black 4.00 !
of Houlhwext $ .. Ih"r..o. Snid, certificate emlrn's :
PItECJIIPTIONEXPERTS: Qllaller 1'81.ed.,.. Sb_ ...fumtol.d ...1- ......... I
tlon II Towimhlp 7 Houth Itange the following described prop. I "' ood..d. c..
... .... .
',, lun.hod willa "Wid.De.bJI LedQe8 Willa Ir.Ioaoe ... I
22 Kaitt containing 20 Acren. rtv, In the ( "nly..t, Hradford. I .1 eo em. c........ COI. eIoeo..
4tnt' of Florida, to-wir
more or ICRM.The ,,
CARPENTER'S aHHUHMment of the Raid properly t.otM Night' Nine of Block Two :I'
under the Raid certificate I IHHtieil ,I DavIs A Trnhv'H Add to Stark I I"
TUB KKXALL STORE wan In the name of Heck & In Northeast Comer of SoutheaMt I _
lied .....
< jregg Hardware Co.I'nleHH Quarter of NorthwentQuarter.
-- ------ Wenf nf 28 III... Ruu..e
Haiti certificate shall be re- : Ily Sec '
teemed according to law the. property Townehlp 6 South, Ilange 22 I I,'j',
DenmarkFurniture deecrlbml therein will be void. KlHt. .-
I h. hlghtiM. bidder at the court The aHHARHment if the Raid prop. I'
Co.V. inline door ..!! the first Monday In rtv under the n&ld. certificate IHHiied -
he month of July 11.18. which I.. wan In the name of J. M. I !
, Are ItereUIng New 'h. 4th day of July. 1938.lluted Trnhv.fnlHKH. il' ;
this Raid certificate shall. be re-
4th June. .
day of 193: $
Mock Ery Day. Be Sure to "1."lt'I.\I.1I"1"1.: ) 1'., med according to law the prop- '
t Hec It Refers You Buy. A. J. THOMAS. I :ty """,'rlh..1 therein will be Hold 41U1 LI4tLI1w I
-_ clerk or circuit Court of I in the hlKhcnt I lildder at the court Ii'
V tIred ford County' Florida.IN '1'iiine door on the first Monday In '
FURNITURE ;-10-41-1-1. ; he month of July, 1 1I which l I"
; BUILDING AND REPAIRING ----- -- 'he 4th day nf July. 151g.
'IIU'I'I'r ('01 HT OK ISiS II>. |i-it.d thin 30th duy, of May, 1939.OFFICIAL .
l A SPECIALTY KWIIU 401'f. "'I.Ollln'l 8KAU) I :
t III I HAM to:. KOHTNEIt. Plaintiff Clerk of Circuit Court ofIlradford
Novelties, Painting, Lawn Vs. County, Florida, $ g05L

; Furniture and Ornaments \.V\IK MAK I.KK. et. al DefendantI'ASK 1'1-3.1-1.1.:

I OK PI'III.I<'"TKIN Vl '790OltllKH AMIWOTIIH ", 'rU'1 OK ti piir \TIC>.. FOR bin New* ruling.loW price Bull*Bond. Canary, brown Bond end ted green and LED G E R 0 U T r I T $ 0 0

TtX I"':.:" 8
ruling. 10<1< ub. 50 ikeeti
i "UK HTATK OK KMlltll<< C<**imt. mil' v.. mrt) peper, to a pad. '
SHOP I TO AM. HKItitONS IIAVINO OR NTI'S. is HKIIFRY nl\r 1N. That Ten pd \t box. Six* 8H:>14. Consist. olduzail. btowa EMIl .1 '
-. '1'. .1,. \lderman, holder of Tax CertlflcnteR bUck corduroy binder wife
'- Vk Numbered renpecttvely." 31 ImiUttoa leather back and comets, :20O: I' i

% IxHti.Mi July, 5. IKJS. V4 of SJ I......." "c..arp-It. He. 11'11I Bull H.. zr-pd_ JO.t.e whit.Iord.l. .h_t29 wb. ledg.r, ''7equlu ledqac'" nliD<<. I
P. '
July 8. 1925. HIll IxHiied July I ADd ,A..Z I..th.r lab 26 .
7. 1130: dI.wo. bd.x. SlaAdud ledv.. __II......
and 1 InRlled July 8. 1925. has lpet'IIIed With
For filed :: '<> In my. office: and hasinside 7104 B7104 4 col., with ..... spec. 12.05
RepairingSmith's application for tax deed to be 7105 87105 5 I col.. with .a. spec Z.OS 5t.eh If. Sheet ... De.eetp_ PeWs
issued thereon. Hiild certificates. emi 7107 B7107 7 col.. .0..... apace 2.OS I

rllen race the In following the County dencrlhed.of Bradford prop- _jiio MilO 10 col., willa ..._ .pace 2.15 03040104OB 9J.tal t ale Udger OutfitI $&OOssch :

4'1'Certificate' nf Florida No. 31.to-wit.emhracen North- Other ..... up I to 30 column I proportlOlle lei y prlewU 94'1 h Shfa Oftl" 4.IO! .... 600 I''

V Garage nut jttiirter of Non. hw..t Quarter I''
A Northwent Quarter nf Northwest
Quarrer of Northeanr Quarter. Her.Hun .
I* Township 7 Mouth Itance 21KIM.
t containing 50 Acrre. more or
Phone 120 ....
ij), of Certificate No. SS. embracea'i County
\\ 'S of NW, A Mouth Half of Telegraph
intheant Quarter nf Northwest
., Wrecker Service Day or Night 'unrter Section 17 Township. 7
tub. Itange 21 )Kant containing .I
"I .\...r.-.., more or I...... -- .I'I
> Vitlfltatr No -- : _: .3':: -- -- .. .- -- -


_7f --

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'. ;:'t9. 1949 )

Heads I t '
T.... .
Democrats NOTICE 1)r.erIDl Inn xer. 'I' It % Owner 4t I'nsl. I n" I"M.'rlp" so... 'I' It to Ian ..r ot 4'mde y t
tt ...r :\w' r 'oW''' I nf G 21 I 10 \'lIl
.11' rK' .. ir >4 & "' 41'. 34 5 23 II n. 1. Hatton Jr. 1 13 }'
mrnbull. Monticello, for- NIII""' I. hl'I.hy 1I'1\'n I "W'' ; I ..r ,sirf -l. &. I II '
I tullllwlnK of H11'' l: .I' >lW'4 or SE14 & 8411 9of
iPKwIator. and now counI" mlh'" Iho""f HM will h" '''' 'seeary tll I.IIY Ih.. taut onat1edtteJC.dPS'IIXrS. C I "g''i4 18 8 21 10 Unknown u _____ 4.19 I "t
"' ,'16 Railroad Com- and 1f1:17: ,h".ln set oppoalte to the name. together with cost ut IIUC'1t stile I "W''. of "E'. 22 6 21 40 H. M. McRae .______. 3.80 on. S .1.... W "r fly U 5 22 39 Unknown ... __ ,70HW' j' ,
State advertising will ho ,atdd
*I i' '' ,- of ..t J), hour at public auction' on Monday. the 4th day r:1 of, NW\4 & sw'4 ufof ,. nt "W'4 of RE'4 aa II 13 10 Oeo. Coleman ____ __ 2,21
elected chairman vxel'door. t1935 Cxunthe of II .. ". 1I0UII. NW14 _ _
I'' ,11 \tt.,5 II' Bra.dtord. In th" StarkeTstatHfI 39 1 11 110 Jasper Crown ___. 1.8ft \V-'ll ot N74 of NW14 of
I0"1 iMBiocrntlc ExecutiveCammdter 1lorlda. c'lty of Wtv NW* n_33 6 21 10 Mrs D. O. 'V..rren .__u 14.29 NWl, _.16 II II 111 C. I. & SL Dlnaf"ldol' __ R.4e

I11""r, 't H meeting held In I IJaCK' All W'' of NW'' of SWVisWx't NFJ' ot N'V'8 6 II 40 Federal Land Uank11.99

InIUe. on Thursday of last >rm-rlptl.n Bee. T HNWVi ,' "'1".. 8 ot.f*& of 7 11 3 B" ". *""' _._________ '." REI4 ot 8E14 ot 8E44 _nn a 8 U 10 O. L. K."y ___On 1.9t 1

Hwne. .. 4.'u u8i1'4 N'j' of 84 BH 0 it Et0 I of SWI4. ._ _.. I 8 II 80 John I. rILrmentlr __ __ 17.05 l
peek IIf RW'4 & W'At ot *R'< exnAInSFlCor / Of & I

emerged victorious In SW14 ot tll'\4 ----______ 8 19 GO J. C. Harrell _____ __ 9.JII tit N'4' of RWVi' of SEt45:! 7 21 38 B. II, Jnn...____________ '.n ; of 1Y.r: ex !i,

I rbu contest with Fred Sty of aW'4 ot NR4.___ 1 7 19 20 J. C. Harrell _____n_ 81'" .t NFt"4. -: .- --. --... 8 7 11 00/ 11 E. Knight _________ 14,29 181"W _______ _h__ 8 U IG lien Morrie _..________ 3.U
thre. Cornered 8j! .f NEt4 & N'At of u 1.87 I NV'of\ Nh'(. '___-.-_ ._ ._ 6 7 It 40 1\11'11 AII.ry 1)el\.r ___u 7.84 no, __u ____ 7 6 U 180 Jerome Thlraoh __ 40,10
I Jacksonville attorney, Sls''s of Nlt 'i.--------- 8 7 21 40 Unknown _______. u.
1 ..____ U4of
a. Kent, Nic4 .__uo__ 10 7 19 180 loTr. N. L. Knight ____ 29.21 3 A off S 11 Car ': : of NW'.y 8 8 II 20 Unknown _________, 4.n
I Pvn cobb( Jr:. Orlando btiHl- 8E'4 lit 311'7 19 40 Unknown M'i 1v ot "roa'd13* ', of 8Wv HWtrnr
Inc n_________ 11.20 Wt ,1't1. : l lW'4
He won on the first NE14 of Ng'4 & E\it ot WWV, of NI'4I: I
Lot 89man two more votes than NW', of NE'4 ______11 7 19 60 Mr. Built Harrell ____ 18.83 All NJo:', Pit 7 A oft 14' 51.30 10 7 11 18 8. J. l'rrlloott E.t. ____ 22.11 of NE'/ ll nt 8WIo___ 8 8 II 102 Jerome Thlrach __ 311.84 4 '
polling SW'4' ot NW'4 Ie NW14 ot 14W t. of rorl: N'U All Etg "t NW\4 of SW\4\

Ihl ,)mbltie(l total of Kent and a\vfe -___________1t 7 19 80 Mrll. N. I. Knight ____ )1,01 3 A of In se IIW; N('or fly, 7 21 40 Oliver Slade __________ 13.00 w or road __ _....JO 8 U G11'11: Alice Lalctord ___ 4.20
The final result was Turn- 8WI4 ot f 14W'4 __________ t 7 19 410 Unknown ____________ 11.21/ 8W'4 Bounded W NIU4 'V.of 1:14 I ot 81'':'. ot 8W14" ___H 8 II .0 C. V rnll'lewrlll'ht ___ 2.88
8W'4 of _______ by 0
Cobb NWI4 ___)3 7
Kent. 59 and Cobb 6. NSV4. ot MW' __ _____ 7 J9 19 40 \unknown _________00_ 9.M A 8l" ,,d* ._ ._ _____14 7 21 8 Oliver RIo __________ '.81 11t4 "r MW'4 of Ao1'4 ___ It 8 13 20 Irene E. Brown ______ 8,28 i
67 } 4(1() ITnknown ____ __
bull,, T';'" .f sE14 or N'V'1 ___ 1 6 20 20 __n_ 9.311 XI':< :<'iT. ot v'-Vi -.._.14 7 n 40 Annie H, Cook. 8.70NK'1 I"'v, of NI.i'4' ot 8W'4' ....14 II II 30 14 11. 1I0b.ln _u_____ 1.81 1
Bradford County was represented NE44 .f NI';" & I.4- ot Henry & Minnie Gibson a,1I3 or "'sw'vi' ,_ 17 7 21 40 Mrl Jolla *I. .J------' .T48U 'V' ot. E'11 orliE'/ of

I by Judge A. Z. sn'4 & sw' of "!oJ'2 6 20 160 of &: N"iI ot N1V7,. __ 14 6 II 10 Wm M"hler ___ -__._ 4,20 i
meeting R. F. Merritt
'he n.Ga N 8
8'' N'% of NtY'4 nu i & 8 A In NB Cor A of NW'4 of SW1,4 ofsE'4
I state committeeman, andMrs A H'hool & toad S1s14 _ex____ 2 6 of 8WV1 Of PHV4 & SKI _.._ ______18 8 II 8 1111'11. .1 H. 11'an ___ 3,01
idkim Wainwright state com- All E'y' of stE' of Pllb- 20 111 R. F. Merritt _____"__ 3.80 "f .SEt, .x 3 A In eW 'vor, S$%' ot 81044" 18 8 IJ 20 Mary hunter ._____u..... 8,7'

N D lie rand __ __ ______ 8 20 ("'", -- -__1 7 21 18A Wm Thomas un_____ 1425 fill: nr IIW'I orII': ;"" _16 6 U 20 NIIM''u 1.. Kinehen 2.88
-- 80 Joe r.. Dowling ______ 10.1 W'a \ .. _____20 Lots I. 2. 8. 4 ot Floronc"I'
NF.'. ot NW'. jjf WJi 7 21 80 Wm Thoma _________ 24.85H
mdteewomnn.fhe 6 20 40 Mark Shane _. ________ 10.61 N'y )I; I; ('..novA'" 8/0 In II II
;oW'l; ut NW''o & Y---12 .._ 13 7 21 80 Wm t1lade _u_________ 6.n NIitt7 120 11',1,1'.1 r.Rn,1 lank 38,1/1/
chairman of the WI ..t X111'.'. S\\4 ot NW'. ..17 6 II 40
new I, nr Jerome Thlr"l'h __ 14.29 4.Iy'N1.
N1v'S of N1VI4; ___U 6 20 '
-mocratlc Executive Com- of SW)1 of 7\V% & 80 O. S. Thomas _nUn_ 5.48 "i'V'f'w'' 7 23 7 II 20 Joseph !lJelkllbura' __n 80.94 I. ot X1:4 18 6.3 40 Jerome Thlreoh __ ._ 13."
Stall, S"n I "r lE'4 26 7 31 2d Unknown __ _________ 8.78 aI: of 1 t of
born In a section that '4 of 14WV' __ 13 8 20 60 R. C. Crows ___________ IU4 :? 81.11, "r NC'I & P. A In u
p I \ In NE o i'" ft. WI3/: uf N1Vts' ot NEItO3J ,11
I dBTIng) iiecn noted for Its rocktw NIC nor ot NE'4 of NE'4 14 0 20 42 O. 8. 'I'hOlno. ___.__ __ 3,110 I Inn rt road right of / A & NE!. 111

"' )democracy, I II N''. of S4ii' of river 2t a 20 10 Nnplre: Lumber Co ___ J.84 WAY 211 7 21 18 Mrll. Addl. Jackson ___ 9.66 N : __ f1S 8 U 113 and Tyson ____________ 8.87
I F: of sac"--------- __ _.22 8 20 NO H. H. Johns. ..__________ 10.117 I N', of \ij' of NW'4 ex"E N'I or 8E4! & SE!: of I ISm'

,", iti-1 Floridian he was bornM I SW'4 "f IW'4 -... ._ 23 8 20 40 n. 8. Johns. ___nu___ 10.IIJ IS ft &: ..'x" 6 AI...k.. 2B 7 21 34 U. D. nyal _u_________ 11.19 I .. .. 12 8 U un 1'.llh: "h.lpi _______ 9919 '
Florida Lots I' 3 "t ltlk I 15, Newlover NI.v ot '' NE4" lOt 81V'4 18 0 u { 1
family ot .
tlsnnffuished/ 81va4 & 40 C. ... ferry ______._. 2.97
-- _-23-24 8 20 Unknown ____________ 1.01. ;11'11' uf Sty' of NW4 & SI c 51714 0 14W11 I i
,In lonlceJlo.f'fferson/ County. NW'4' of NW'4 ______-___26 8 20 40 n. H. Johnll ____u_____ 10.6, of N'4' of NWV4 ex1ufi Lot: In NE Cnt .; of

,. 'Ifu' 'seven years old. J NE'. of NW', __ _.____27 6 20 40 N. r., Kelley __________ 8,80 : ft road __ 15 7 It 98 O. D. & Emily Gay ___ 11.88 road ____ ___ _._. ....21 8 U 20 J. ,v. 11\varil.! ___h__ 21.81I't.
He f Sty ot S',!, rot SF/5 -__ .28 6 ao 40 Unknown ______n__ 9.17.3 All NE'tit SW'4 EJ ot A N of s
m life he entered the field I :"I: ';'4 lit Jo'! of NW'4 &; ; 'II'IIW.f : i
Enrh ? toad ___ 18 7 U 21 Mrs a. A. DuUuy ___ 1,04 ., of 14W ti
I NWo. of .tE44 ____ _2Q 8 20 2RO t' ______ If n 1
ervlce and was presl- n. Johns hu_ 8998 5 A In II'V C'Or NWM of run N 315 t1. 1V ZIO fl.S I
jublii: NE4i ot NI'4 -- _______83 8 20 40( Unknown _______n___ 18.281 S1v'1 & s1Vt4 of NAV' 315 tl.oJ) 210) tt 10 beg 'I
Council for four- I .1 4
City 1. .t SWl ot S\V'A &
mnn\ hi- : IPNa 1 A In II Ic & evlLnl60ftN&8by I
next served four t-\fo\ !; nf 14Wt1 __. .___-.A3 8 20 'Alfred, Thomoll __ ___ 1121 IIW".r IIW''. 7 21 14 Unknown 115 tt W 1
He I n 17.07 Ilit: ''il 1116 Cur.11 8 II it
wars --- --- ----- 2 Octavia 1111..raon! __ G..O '
(.er I IG1'.. or "SFR' __ __ ____83 6 20 80 Brooker Tpt Co _______ 18.28 NE', nr NE4i Iraa 18 A of NIP, of SIV&of n

year 'in the House of Represf'nta.1 N');' of NW' lit f sin's; ofNW'4 I W ..r nullev Prnnch..10 7 21 24 "'01. Thomas ___-.- 7.04 81YAV14, $K14 of 51:41.: II 6 II 80 J. H, Addison ________ lUt r
the State Legislature and lit N'I ot SWt4! otNW" I XU;, of IIF;', of SWi.4. .___.80 7 21 20 Unknown 42):) 0.02 A In SIC'', of NW'. sea t
ices in I '. --- -. n_. __ ______34 8 20150 Unknown ___ ___ __ 27,451 N'.j' of N\V4' __
ipeakei pro tern In 1915.: RI2t; __ _______1R 20 un ro...___-_ mi.Iw_ h nn n .tgu. *I ..* *.L'u C. Cll." _0 84 7 21 80 1'nknown 10.81 deed..._ ..rseori. .40., page 197 4. U __ ij'e
Rap After that came a tenure of -_ _____________ 2 7 20 1RO i Lawrence;; Wiggins\ ;; ::: 28971AO : :Nli4'X: ,;' "if'niver"; ::!_-''34.' 7 21 85 Unknown JUt 5 'A o 1 111; NW: >( ".of SICH a .I .. IV
I' .: IMol'R 2 '- -_ 7 7 20 H. T. Stewart ________ 67 20 flF.'. of f-Ri/i'; __ ____27 4 22 40) c. n. Knnn------------ 8,39 Itnundi'd 8 by Jackson ..n
l Iwelvl'. vears In the State Senate, S'i' ''iI of Lot: W8' : 7 7 20 40 T. C. llnzen ---------- H.28 N\\' ...r,1'4: ._ __34 4 22 40 K. l'. Knnnon ._______ 8,10 land )14! by bind road'. N ;i ,
whiCh he served as president from I :NK'i, \ of ;IIW'. & : of W'4 ...t2tElj4 NW'4 2 B 23 20 Carson M. Uilffl .____ 8.10 by hind J' R. Alvnii*! 21 A 22 5 Addle E. r><>8u" ___n_ 15.19 14.
NWV4 & 817' of NWV* Lots 26, o-I In W'a of 141k3Nofit8W
1923 to 1925. He Is recognized at i ex about 3 A E of pnhlle Woodlawn .... .10I/ 22 40 Peter JnrnenHon _____ 887 & E'i' of Ink H H of It H ,

parliamentarian, of authorityand road & ;IIF..... of 8W'4! Lot 31 In Woodlawn 11 S 22 10 Unknown ____00 ______ J.98 tWIll Temple Hub Y'
i I ex I A In 8E Car ._n 8 7 20 190 :Mrs Alma Shaw ------ 74.95CITY ''I ii, of W',4 of 8WVi of I'lv I 21W' 6 23 10 John CoilniilonA ___ 8.27 F
wan chairman of the rules Lot 9 of Elk 1 Ward I NH14' .--- .__-,13 B 22 10 Elliott Knight ________ 3 (ll '* of Illk I M' of102W On ,
committee of the House for several -- 8 7 20 Mrs. T. P. Ward n____ 1.A4 !M'.j of SW4 of NWH' ___13 B 22 20 Unknown ___ ._________ 8.10 extAlnNlGl'nr&E1yof''' I : "
Lot 3 of nik -z-- WardLom Lot 61, 52 In WondlHwn 13 B 23 20 Chas, A. Rhode ._____ 8.10 Hlk 1 S of It 3 W In 1

ipsslonsSmci tYI. 8 7 20 :Mr*. n.. J. Ward ______ 1.A4 I. Lots 1. 3, 7, 8 In Wood- 'Temple Sub Dlv __ _21 22 0 t>. r. Lloyd __________ 15.11 1
1927 he has been counsel :2! of Bile 10 Ward lawn, ______ _-- __ ___14 B 23 40 David Rlckert _.o ____ 8.40 Lot 4. 8. 8, 9 of nik
City .- 8 7 20'r.*. T. P.! Ward ------ .8.u"3 S' of 4 & all Los 1, rinexhumt Iiovrlnpin.'lit -
foi the State Railroad Commls- I Lot In 11 of Bik 11 Ward 5, U 1 In O'I\ ; ,, 14 B 23 30 Unknown uu.__._____ B35 I 21 A 22 Hal Edwal'I" ________ 451
lion H<' has successfully repre- 1t12 8 7 POLent jr. P. Mathany -------- 1.A4 Lots. 15, 18 33In: Wood- SVj' of SEi-4 of SWVi of t

of nik 11 Ward In\\"n. IB 8 22 30 D L. nieby ________-_ 8,40A 8Wi", I 11,55 W 2 A 23 A 23 :* 10. K. Conwajr ________ 2.81
Pi the commission and ,I Cltv 8 7 20 Mrs. T. P. Ward ..----- 1.84 Loin' '31 I 32, 27 28 In W''.., of M-J'i' of NE.n 8.a 16 o. '1'. NewBOiuA ____. 2681
IP ,rl I. I 'the shippers and grow- Leta2, 7 of Illk 12 Ward I W..ml In\\'n .. IB fi 22 40 .InBi'phlne' 'orllin. ____ .87 W'T' nf N\Vi' nf NB'i A 1
Pity I 8 7 20 Mr*. T. PV Ward _u___ 2.B3 Lot' 25 Wondlnun IB B 23 10 Stanley llrundng-e 4,27 SB'i e.f NW'i' of Mfil!: -_ 23 23: 80 P. A. JohanionII _____ __ 4,01
.J Florida. In some of the LntH. A. 9 of Blk 12 Ward ,Loin 56, r.i, V.. In Wood- _-- N4 of SW'i of NIJ'4 23NW'i 83: 20 Daniel' LHIermun 2.611

mm important rate investlga"i City 8 7 20 Ere .;,<.. J. Ward ------ .8.u"3'I' Inwn IB S 22 80 U. N. Abraham --- 122!) of N\V"4 .. aI A 23 40 T. 1:1: William _____h 14,2J :
I LntH 7, 9 of nik 13 Ward LntH SI), 57 Wondlnwn la B 23B '!10 11. N. Abraham _____ 3,30 All WV4 of NIut:' "''N',. N ,
entered Into by the Inn Cltv 8 7 20 Unknown _____n_____ D.AT S''. of Lnt 12 In Woodlawn of loilil _23 6 21 11 J. O. Itoyil ,__. _._ S.ll ; 'k'I
t a 'ommerce Commission.H I 1. I, 12 of Blk 18 Ward .- 18 22 5 Sinclair Monely ..___ ._ 3.05 I 13 II .\ nf ii 9 ""trlaiiK-lv, -
I i9tyl 8 7 20 Lonnte' L Parker ---- 18.8" Late ::15. 3A, 45, 46, 52 Al '...IIIM' all nf H'.j' nf .SUM
ins been a member of the : I.ntH12 of Klk 14Ward I II In Woodlawn ..._ 10LotH B 22 00 Mr n. Perkins ________ 9.57 of 144.114> N of rand i 23 A 128M.. Dora Sullivan _. 4.51
Stat, Democratic Executive Com- i I City ..--- 8 7 20 Mr T P. Ward _u___ 3.4J 411, 60, 01, 04 In Thin purl' I Ion of NW '1/, ofS10
1 I tots 4, 8 of Elk 14 Ward Wnndlnwn ___--16 B 23 40 H N. Abraham _______ 7.81 I >4 & 8WV4 of 8Ei/4 of i'
rn'ii" r'oi the past six years be- City 8 7 20 Mr D. J. Ward ------ 3.4J Lot 51. In Wooilliiwn ___ 17 B 23 10 Matilda' / Nelson ____n_ 277 $1S"' 't.4 8 i>r "load 48 23 6 23 20 Kinet Wundeillch' 707
I City| __n ._. _._ .--- 8 7 20 ,Y'. D Malphura4.96 LolH 0. U In W"odlRwn 18 G 23 20 Hank of Clarke _______ 880 &N5Aof 7V'of144Vy\ \:
c' mat without opposition. He was ;I Lot 7 of Hlk 15 Ward H''.. ..d Lot 10It nil 30 & of SH3'4; N i.f rand, H. 24 A 23 21 Cha. 1'':. Wlncholl __ 11.41 1
'ninrnin of the campaign committee Cltv -. .. 8 7 20 Laura,".. Baxter ------ 1.6" W'.j 'if 81 In WoodHi''uV'r All 8WV4 of S/4|; A MVjj: of
LIIIH 10 11 of Blk 15 Ward '' __ __18 B 2S 20 u M- "'rhee _u_____ 5,17 SEt1: of SWV* 8 of rand 24 A 23 87 Maffffle Hamilton _. 14(1) { I '
in 1934. I City .___- .-__ ,_ 8 7 20 JL Unknown ------------ 14.12 RIYn"' ;. 23 & ii-t--' 26 NISU;,, :35W'4j / A S* ino rhea J. ..lohnnnn8O _____ 45,032H 6
.- -- .-- L" 1 lO'oV'nlk 18 Wardi""ltv Wooilliiwn __ __ _18 fi 23 15 R. N. Crawford _.____ 898 of NKVj ... -28MJ'4 A 23A finest Wlliulrl lich U Ii 1 0
u 8 7 20 Lonnie L. Parker ______ 8.84 Lot 2it| In Wonillawn ___.111 B 23 10 Unknown _______ 427 :nf NV4 26 33A 40 L. II. &: Mae Jordon: __ 4,80:
FH1'1 NOW INSURING L..IH 1. 2., 3. 4, 12, 13 of LotH I 14-10 In Wonillnwn! 19 0 23 20 A FARM: MORTGAGE LOANS Hilt 18 Ward 8 7 20 M. O. Harrtll ________ 7.88 LntH 15 17, 32 In Wood- NL'.4 't iif of 1
LntH, 5. A, 7, 8 CltyDlk.20, uAVS Wood:1" /" 22 80 Barry E. Rosier -- 10'UiJ.VS. __ _28 23A Itocer Hattie -------.. 4,88
I I \ .- ----- 8 7 JO if. p. Quinsy _________ B.20 *, 27. 38 III, Com' at NK nor nf Call &
GAINESVILLE. The Federal Lnt 'nr'orlt Bile 22 Ward Lot19 8 23 30 w' Rosier' ________ 1U8( I <'111111'h HI & inn 10 270 ,'
t'Iy 8 7 20 o. n, Parker --------- 7.05 .. 57& E'. of fl.I 341! ft for a lit of
Housing Administration began I I Lots4: 1, 9 1 of Dlk-2:! 39 & NKi of Lot 41, 44 .Lew. thciu'i'.. run 10 210 ft,

:May IS to insure mortgages on word City 8 7 20 1\,1'0. Oxena Godwin ___ 1.84 A.13'$ of Lot Al In thruce 8 75 ft, W 210 ft,
Lots 5, 11 of Blk 22 Wardpjtv Wootlluun ___n.19 B 23 40 :Mr n n. ITnrvey ______ Alls: N 76 ft 1 In bi-K _. 28 23A V. U. Ilarrell ._______ 8.31
farm properties, the Florida Agri- ---- 8 7 20 w. W. Ward ____,____ 1.64 Jot 24 \\ond1n\Mi ._20 G 2.1 10. Kerry E. llonler ______ 3.59 'Lots 1. :.1 nf Illk 16 Ollg-
cultural Extension Service has I I I Lot 'l 1r: of- -Rile--23 Ward W'/'.. of Lot 83 In Wood- Inill Town of Sliukn 28 23 F P.' Stump __________ 35.lt67.SJ
8 7 20 Laura li Baxter ______ 1.64 lawn __._ ,_.._20 B 23 5 :Mr H, O. Harvey _n_ 201SlvVor Cum 20 ft :3 111 W of BMCm
been notified by Administrator i I Ulkay23 "ex Lot'Y"Ward XFlj:' __ U 40 11. Abraham ______ 12.21 nf Lnt 8 of 1111 It &

Stewart McDonald. I I I City 8 T 20 Unknown ------------ /B,20 NV'IIt W'<, of run N 105 fl.V 221-4' ft,
H-K at 8W Cor-- o-S'V" ot :-; Wovis., \ a ": 80 N, Abraham _______ H'8I S' 1)15) rt tn Call St, thence
Amendments to the National '. ot .. '
run E on See ;, 10 22i.j ft tn lii-it Original
Housing Act permit Insurance of |1 line l SE'4 flit,7 2-3 ft, thfnoe N I A n-_ .n_ 23 B 23 19 c. I. & :M. ninft-felder--.40SWVi Town of /8lalk, 28 6 23 Dank .of 'Starke ______
a boundary of Ward 1 of :-OW'; __ __ __Si B S3 40 W. 01 Urown -_______ 11,01K'4 flog at NW Cur of Call A
mortgage loans made on farms on I to : thence W 607 2-8 of SW'4: of SH", __ S3: B 23 20 D. Sullivan: _.o ____-_ 8.10 Walnut si* & run W 149
which farm buildings are to be City.ft, thence 8: to beg------ 8 7 20 3 c. A. Crosbv _____ 1085 2 I A on N Hid. nf :-.; 1'1'or ft 2 In for n pt 5ofrt beg, i
I of 8HH _____-10HWI 7 20 40 Lawrence lVi-----* ___ 11.15 NC'' Doundcil E by thence. run N I ( W
constructed or repaired, provided SK'i", of snvi- & 'SEt.4Of Jane" Ilvnl!, s Ac W by A 111! n, a ma rt, 10 in rt tohew

11 l'l\st fifteen percent of the & K: 100 ft Of JC. Blanchard 23: B 22 a Joe TrlgO ___________. 9,00 111 'hue 17. OrlKliuil
i StV1' of RW'. .__ _____11 7 20 gi Unknown __n________ 2779 Lot 2 of nik 03 Town of Town nf Still,'ka 28 A 22A 11. E. KnlKhtO _________ 23.01
loan proceeds Is expended for ma- SW'4! of Nn> __ ___-1* 7 20 40 Unknown n__________ 1471 Lnwtv W Ky _- 23 S 23 K. A. Grlffll __._______ B.16NVj Lot A "x N 10 ft of WU &
tp"sl and labor on buildings. I NW VWVj' of :-OW'; 4. -' 14NF"1 7 20 40 lIar ley Shaw _________ 8,81 of Lot 3 of Hlk 7 N 10'4') ft of Lot 8 of Ink ,
Town of lii w of -." Town of
& All SI3Vi: wtey iiilKiniil' '
R .1""', and regulations covering of.. NI nt, '/:,NE'N of road. IBSH'i 7 20 45 Lawrence Wiggins --- O.A7 fly 23 B 22 Tf. R. CarriKlIn ______ '.1\1 Htarku -. 28 23 C. J.lvlnIl'UOI82.8& l
tr' -i. limns have now been 6A N ofroad Lot 4! of flu 7, Town of ) at 8W ,Car nf land
4: ;'f :NE'4 ex_ 15 7 20/ 35 Harley Shaw _________ 8661Vt. Lav.ley. W of ofv111k 23 B 22 F. R. C*Trad In* ..____ ".17 III..g 'lo lit in. T. T. LIIHK
pared by the FHA. PI.e-1 of --__ J 5SWV4 7 20 80 R. r.. 'ro..by n________ 27,1J E'<, nf Loin 1 I. 2 : Jko 8 8 1. Tmnplo" \ & run I 1-1 1 4''
Miti.inald" says that V S"\VII.\. III 7 20 40 O. C ]Kelley __________ 4.J5 Town of Luwtey" 14 degrees H 41 ft -
"f 7 20 80 U L. Crosby __________ 27.19 Ky 23 B 23 W. C, Woolen _________ 1B.7B I hence S H d'lriovH" 1V .
*, oj "pi,'tale their own farms, tail I'.; '\ of :NK'i; of SE1416 Wife I; uf Lnl I. 2.-A alt ;:.H! fI, I h..n.V 14 (le-

.l' 1'; 14 A nt SE441e514 __________ 2J 3 4 of" I Town S K2 ft, thence !N
u" :' .dH who rent their farina to :: 6 .t ____ 16 7 20 8 O C. Kelley : If8h KlH
N t'Ln
t I 0 A Nor : YI W 2.1 B 22 w. c. Woot.n ..___.__ 8.70 14 dttiri>HcH : 2.14 ft.
n'' ff and farm tenants and oth- ;NW'i, of NW'i _!lean 1 _.17 7 20 34 7:. IV. irnrollton ______ 2A,60 Lot 3 of Blk 23, Town of i thence: K Ill'I degrees 19Ii

"". ,vto contemplate the purchaseof : llv of NBM of NE4--21! 7 20 14 O C!. Kelley __________ 3.89 Lnxvtpy W "f Hv 23 5 12 O. J. I'hllUp _____.___ 2.28 ft to beg .31 0 23 Mr, Nell II. Noll man __ 21."
All AN\Y 1'1 Lot 4 of folk 23 Town ofJixutev Tin"en A In 8WV4\ flounlerlN ,
film all are eligible to borrow 12':- '4 "t NW'i _.x_ __2\1\ 7 20/ 21 O C. Kelley ____._____ JJJ W nf Ry 33 6 23 O. J. fhllllp _______ 1.13 by J, n.I Alvure Add,

fi,"mi I ippioved I institutions Includ- I A ? n_ 22 1 20 40 Unknown ____________ g7W. } Lot 1 of ''coi..1 Town ofLawtey IC by AdaniH 8t If .extended -
V 'R t4. of rj r- lankbuilding and loan asso- ] /, of SE'l, rW'A; -- of Lot 2, 7. 8 of Blk 24, W by; Flume:, 24LKIH B 22 Ja* Lamb _________ 1.10
< ''Lonn, mortgage companies and '.., of M I: 4 rno,1 :_ 24 7 20 tl6trll, .1, C. Padgett _____ 469r Town of Lawtey W of II. 12, 1 1:1:I. 14 & Fiacl" ,
| ="E'" n' N'V' -.24 7 20 20 >. D. Pyal ________ D.03 Ry _- 23 B 23 Oleo F. Young __-_____ 1.70 LI.I In '1'onliHi.y'H Add to
otl.I'r: 1 lending agencies. FHA-in- : I,. IIf N1tosVs I<.I I, 24 7 20 40 Unknown ____________ 0,001V <> Si.f 1' C 1 A- nil Lot 2 "titaike' Jioumlril N hy .
sm id l farm loans 0 ::0.-" rot ntajY4 SWVi & 8. ex P C. Reed lotIn Call HI, W by r""Hay 81: ahy I
b. > mortgage may t .f N\\I _.21 7 20 00 W. It. Show ______.o __ H.17 Lot :'I I, Town of Law- Madldon 38 B 23 U. C. Livingston' _____ 105.49
"b ,lined to repair existing farm : : ot R1vt4 lit 8ec. try n of Ity In 8ecH, 13'28 The N'ii' nf the fnllnwlnirl

buildings or to construct new ('''::11) III *II\V '.cur 435 yds. H el 24. 35 BS'A U L. II. IIIll __,_-n------- 4E9 :
i :II Town ofL3aw91yPfE Call St.
40&y.IrnW of Lot Hounded N hy
on. s Refinancing of existing 1 4J5 of !Sec: W l.y Hi'nail' way HI, Hl.y
mortgages is 410 yd: 1.* to pt of h"If-SO _l.ty. 28 B 21 Emma P. UlllB ________ 3.CI Madison ht & K by i
for If at | (
provided A AIHO com at NW 410yd Lot 34. 85. 18, 30. 40 .x hay 8t 28 A 23A Unknown ............_ 32.71
least fifteen percent of the insured of ace 25 & run E 1 A In Pn c.ir of Lot 86, Lot 2 of Hill 13, Llvlngxton -
1*. S 440 yds for ft Pt Town of Lawtcy E of Tiuby & Co'* Sub
mortgage loan Is spent in of beg lhenr e W B 30vd 880Vd Ity In Svm 2J, 24, 25 __ Sit 22 L. U. Hill _-_______ '.11 Invlnlon I 28 22A 8. K. Kelley __.____ 77
repairIng and remodeling. S 880 yd*. Lot 86 & 1 A In HR C'or of Lots 3, 4 of Hlk 17. l.lvInifMon -

These mortgage loons distinct .N: N 880 yds. to_ pt of2s 7 20 108 Lawrence Wigging ___ 2367 Lot 35 Town of Lawtey Truly & C'o'* ,
are __
r.m'Tno2clin. of"BE H of lly In Sec. 23 :Hul.-HUlHl..n) 28 33A D. P. Pullum _______ (.8? I R4
from short-term modernization W W 25 _. :. 4:26: B S3 Ilcbt. Earr _______ 6.17 Lot 3 of Hlk 10, Living'I,
and loans 'or of Sec. 25 & run. Lot 43 ex'" W I A Town of mon, Truby &: Co''s Sub-
repair previously 20 chnn. N 20 chn, F. 20 Lawtey E of Ry In Sec. 1)IvIslnn I .28 21 MUM Graham ......._ 1.21 1
available. chni.. N 40 elms. W E 20 20 2J. 24. 25 !______ 2A S 22 L. H. inn! .__.....___ 268 Lot 4 of elk 10 Llvingaeon -
Extension officials that chnH. 8 40 chn. Lot 5" 'rown of Lawtey E Truby & Co': 8ubDIvlHlnn b '
say ,.hns. 8 20 chn to berr- Ry in :sec. 23. 24, I : 28 A 2* Lula Jone. ________00 4.11
county home demonstration agentsare 120 A, RICO com 410 ydjB 2 jf 0 26 B f| L. It. Hill ____.o ______ 1.82 WV4 of Illk 40 Idvingstun. ,
In position to aid rural families : of NW Cor of Sec.325" Com on N line of See. 23, Truby & Co' 8ublilvlHlon : -
& run S 440 yd*. 60 ft E of Ry track I 28 6 21A Unkno'.n; __.........__ aft

with their building and remodeling yde N 440 yd"..A W, 380_23 7 20 154 UnknownS _______..____ 2295 run E on std line 1500 Lot 3 of Rlk L Living-:
via to bea34 -- f'. thence 8 parallel Moil, Trilby & Co Addition I

problems.. I NW' o.NE4i: & E1' _of 1 21 AO :Mr J. S. Route .._.__ 8.A3 with Ity 1000 ft thenceW to Starke 28 21 O. C. Livingston .____ 1.71
SW'i' of NE'4 ; ..., ; at right angles' 1500ft Iota, R. B. 7 tit hut 3. Llv-

RABBIT HUNT FATAL 81.ot/ NE's of 41 11 1 S 21 40 John F.:. Rosier l .....__ A,63 then". N' parallel ]ngatnn. Trilby & CoAddition '.
I of NW'i.
I Q. C.
v' with Hv 132 ft to beg to 8iark _. 28LotH A 13 Livingston11.43 }

WAUCHULA A rabbit hunt N-". 'of0Nc". of _NEV4. less_25 5 21 30 Unknown ___________ 10,18 Serf. 1,1. 24 Ie_ -.. -_ II U 20 Troy nenlleU _00 _____ 7.26 4. 6, A, 7, 8. 9. 10, 11, sr'd
ing trip I I road -* SEv. of NW'4 ex 14 A In I 12. I It:I, 14 ,.r ,Hlk. 10, IlvtriKHton 4
Saturday afternoon provo .", Undivided Ins In 8'v nt fIol ('nr._ _. -_ 24 5 22 21 Unknown __.__________ 6.40Nt4 / Trilby A Co'N 1
fatal to Roy Brewer, 21, who 11\11' "X 1A In NW01' ot NEt4 of AW'4' .. 814of Addition to IArke ._28I 8 12A J. It. AddlonMr _______u 12,11 1, H HI

Was killed near his home In the Y eof'" a1C'nltyt portion II'rHd..d NE", .f HW'4 21 II 23 40 A. A. Annis _________ '8.JO I I Lot 10, 11 of Illk IA, I.lvInKHIon 1
NF.1y '
or 15N"t4
I S\V\ ot 14V'1. Trilby Oc Co' ,,
Crewvllle section southeast of ,mad running heat. 10 of Nl'4:'' of 14W14' 2S G 22 80 r.ramle Lou. Edward6 __ 8.40 Aildltlnn n Htarke 23 33A *. Julia Eatman ___ 1.41

wauchula. According to the sher- Stets Farm _road_ _&.211 5 2t 1111frll: it?. L. Walnrlht. 898 SEt4 ...tE'14' ot 9W'.. 1V4f I.", 4 of Hlk 17. r.lvlnit- '
Iff' I HW'. ot 81:41: .25 5 21 Unknown _______ ______ ,,1303 road u _28 II 22 I O. Q. \ .. 8,05 a'nl",. Tiuby At CO'H Ad- i
t office here of :NEI4; -- 40 2i: 6 U rlingle"fftier4.47 Unknown ... ._____
It is believed that o N""h offt1 E'or' 5W14 of 8W''o 10 C. a. & .!ot. / illtlixi t 'In'ke 28 33A ---- a.1I ,(
from the position of the All that portion or L'4 II A Cum Rt a point 100 tI t LOIN, I. 2, 2, 4. of Hlk 21
youth'sI I Jody, he was crawling through afence ., of N.s or ; line or 1o 1./. ot N\VI4 & Co' Addition to 8tark 28 31A Wm. C. Prather _.___ 5."
NW'. tying S "of Lawtey fI parallel with fly M of Illk2b }
with his shotgun when it accidentally : Si of run Li.It 11. 12. 11.
I 1 nubile road l. & ____26 5 21 27 T. r... Monk --..--____ 431 345 ft. theme W on Livingston Truby &
went off the discharge !, NE'or NW4N'y -IW'425 5 21 20 :Mra Lawrence C. Clem NIL 10" v..rllltion IISO f4 Co'" Addition to Htarke 24 13: Wm. ft Prather ____ 4.50
striking him at of fE'r.: of : 233 thence X at right Lots J, 4, 7. H B 10 '
in the abdomen '
Close I.I ot SW'4. ___n 5 31 20 Mn'jr.*-C".-Edwards" '"r: 544 angles to 1'1 line e.t said' 11, 12 "f 5iilT: 96, f.lviamstun '. #
range. 17)4 0f SWti 411. thence 1 'un std line Truby & C.. AUillllon -
I I "'E' ot ;NE'.... & all SW\4. of te'g & NEI'1; of to 8tark -.-.__28 A 11 L. U Libby --.-.----- 1.11
road 1
The 0No}'. H of pUbliO________27 5 21 140 J. H. AddIson ________ 3249 ;.?w"ol ex I A sold 61aryJ. Loin 4. 11 of Salk 81, LlvIriKitnn -
full j of SE14
name of the world I & Nb H..bln" & all NW44of I Truby& C'o'
court ia the SE'4 ot S44 8& SWVi\ of 21 C. E. Norman ____ 2087 NW4 W ot Ry e. Sty\ ___21 a 11 Unknown ___._____ I.H i
permanent court of N1Pi. _____ ______ _____99 5 5 21 80 Mr Wm Holllnworth 880 A sold Itufue. Martin _,.-26 G U 4C.n.: Bchrbdee ____00 21.31 Let d/11nonHto/ Stseks ,
international justice. BW44of, of NE'4' NWV464' 33 5 21 20 40 Mr II. C. Edward ------- 423 Noy of HF:14:' of NW4i W ;, Truby Add to "Hturkt-28' 1 11 **. W. Buddlnctona __._ U.1t I I
NW'4' of e.f Hy elC 5 A .. N44 ottlW'4 Lot 1 of Blk C, Jone* Ad-
ME"", of NE'i NEt4 ot 21 C. Clemen 453 nf N\I..4 _________28 II U 32 Ed Edward. _________ 11.588'a dlllon to 8tark __ .__ 28 11 Unknown -______ 8,48
BCS SCHEDULE ___ ____ ___.83 5 80 W. ----- otNW
rof W',. "f HWl4 Lot 4. 5.6axN8ft03 1'
V. undivided I Int Tn Lot Sl3 ___ .__ .21 5 22 15 S. J. Futch _________ 11.87 Illk I 13. Jones. Addition to
Southbound aU'& WVa of Lot II, i iSprlngll 8Ig\ of RP.14' of fOF.'. of !Stark 28 A 13 I*. D. Walnwrltrht ____ n.48 CI

So 2nsrJlie: of Fllk 4 'In IUIlbrn8A S 21 Mr.. M. L. Walnrl.ht .- 2.14 I'E'4v.' .... ot l4 1'of: I. 3 of Lot 3.
Stance 3:15 L'mll Y"d ;
: pm. A "Poll.:' & lI'ft of SW" of W o tHtarke ,
140. 207-Due Starke 11:45: pm. 3\4 of N *n EVYTNV. NE'4' "t tlE\\ otswt. _- .. -_ 18 II-H. D. Wainwright' ____ 5."
No, 20 fn :NW; CoroVN.. of SVi$6sssiK 21 D. Green ________ 809 I Iot ._ -- 27 8 2:1: 65 B. W. Hatter ___.___ 20.78 Lots 2, 3 of blk 2, Highway
1 6 79! N.
-Due Starke 12:15: p.m. NE1. ___ _- I Com at NF: Cor ot Sec 2AII Addition to 8tarka :ft 8 11 N. J. Keen __._______ '1,11E'4. fffk-
Ao. 201-Due .. ot SW'4 o5E14!. 1620 f1. 'N 1020 of Hilt I.
Starke 10:20: 1 A 21 AO Walter Edward ------ 1828 < rlln 1V I of Lot 3
:' ft. 10 IUO ft. N 1020 ft .mpl I Addition to ,
Northbound a.m.1 S' :? 10 beg __ u_ ____.38 5 22 40 J n. 8hltord ._____u_ 8UL..I. Btark _-- 31 A 21 f. W. Iluddlngton __--- 450
Hallop 739 51. U Ely of Lot 52 N 10 ft 6 In of Lot t all r oc
3? _______ 3 A 31A 80 W. R. -------
202-Due Starke 1:50: p.m. otliE'/ In \"odlan _. _89 5 22 25 Federal Land nank__ 7.04 Lot A, 7 Hlk V Temple.

* 204--Due SW'4 of NE'.) 4"otS :. ofNWi'4 21A 120 H, :J. Kotlln ...------ 1020 Lots 10. n. 13. 21. 22. 23 In Add to 8tarke _____._31 II-D. W. KnlnhtA ._______ 14." 1
Starke 4:15: p.m. & 8174-19 21 Walter Edward 13.03 In Worod'Rwn' ______ _.0 II 22 80 J. Y. Norman u_____ 1.05 Lots A. 7 of Blk II. Tompu -
No. 206-Due Starke 9:15: p.m. I '. ___ 40 ------ Lots 28. n 411 11I'4 ot Lo' If Addition to Htarka_111 U Unknown ______._____ 8,1t .
Jlfo. 208-Due 4417V 46oydf & W 88__ y d. of.13 1 11 10 Mr M. L. Lewi ------ 7.04 In Woodl..n ____ _____10 5 U U J. 1>f. Norman uu___ 1.7D Lot ID. 14 of Hit 12. r
EUfke 3:00: a.m. NE\4\ ot NW\4\ Lau 19. 11. 18 In Wood- Temple Addition tuHtark I t
" o. 214-Due Stafke 9:20: a.m. NE'4 ot NW14 e. 21A 20 Mr E. J Lewis '1.04W"'Lot lawn __ --81 8 22 30 Levy Sweat __ ______ 2,01 38 A 21A -.au.: 8. R. O.born __ '_'_ '.51 441 !'I;
_____13 ------
yd. oft ex W 88 yd. Lots U. U III Wo"dlawn ..3 6 a3 30 tnknown __.__ -- .____ e,74 I ',jI
Starke of Lot 4, 8 of Blk 14. T''m- f
Bus Beasleyilservice NWW\
Agent: "' awvt '/ HW' of 8&NWlft 31 Co A. hitch __ ____ .J "
Htark 28 .
Addition to 4.10Continued
Station \ r4 'H: of SWVi *. SHi _____ 8.14 of N114' 01 SW 44 33 5 U .0 t'nkaown __ u ___ __ __ 12,23SE" I plea -- ;' 1" :
110USe. opposite court-j I !* ____ _",4 11 110 Oeo Con.Crosby 00 1.71 of 1'IE% IIC BE'4. _83 8 U 10 H. L. a..tton Jr.______ .... ( on Pace 8U) ,1.1.;: .;II"I I
NW44ES4 of ofNWy4 .__---_:_ _14 t 31 40 Floyd --------- '. <
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To Attend Regional Meeting Of Woodmen i i Memorial Service though It has been" pi, t
I Telegraph Severn I t ?

Circle In Louisville, Ky., Next Week |, Held Dy W. C. T. U. : FAVORITE belonging to Mrs E cIt

I- 5ocieh1 Mrs R L. Kemp held a special makes a smooth .

I'll service at the W. C. T. U. meeting RECIPESSeveral sherbert thai In all ,m ,im,, ,, .

a a Friday afternoon at her home, __ ___. everyone who tall .I ,n I

honoring several members of the Incidentally, I.IIB! ,

Miss organization who have gone from requests have been made quite an interesting hit.,,v?'," I

Dr. and Mrs. McLendon Beatrice Cox To Wed this oarth. The following program for Mrs. A. M. Richarda's recipe I It. Those who sit down \1", 'tiC

was rendered: for pineapple Hherbert. This recipewas a big dish of it today u 0
Alton Bradshaw ; |I. ,,
Mr.\ Enice
With Party last
Honored Supper
In the Telegraph
To printed dream that
I Duet "My Faith Looks Up : except m (, ,
McLendon, Mrs. R. II Cox, Mrs. Ralph Cox summer but it has proven so pop- of fever ere''
Dr. and Mrs. H B Thee: Mrs W. N. Johnson and yellow In Pensiu, ,>t ln +,
who will leave soon for Orlando to and Mrs. Gerald Cox were Joint Miss Gladys Johnson. ular that those who failed to copyit ty years ago this part! ,,I lit, hit*
honored hostesses recently when they en- I have asked that It be printed ""I'I'
home were have
make their Reading, Mrs. O. E. might never reach i ,
guests Tuesday night when memo tertained in the home of the for- Istansbury.Scripture again. It Is an ideal summer des- Strange ? Yes .But true rko

bers of two bridge clubs enter mer at the State Farm, announc- I sert because it Is tempting and so
Mrs. Matthews
of Miss Beat- Duet. "Lend Kindly Light," Mrs. wan v-, ",lt el
tained for them with a covered ing the engagement easy to make. in <
atlves Pensacola
dish supper at the home of Mr. rice Cox and Enlce Alton Brad Johnson and Miss Johnson. Pineapple Sherbert when th, ra"
shaw.A Song, "Whistle While You was thrown Into panic i u, I h,
and Mrs D. P. Carpenter.The .
> of
,4 cup pineapple Juice that
news yellow fever ,
hm: '
color scheme of pink Work"Odessa Thoraaa. 'Irok
outdoor living room, where 2/3 cup of sugar I
7: en -spreading east from,
white was effectively carried out Reading-Vivian McRae. i Ne1
the long table was placed, was attractively 1 tablespoonful of lemon Juice Oileans. Atlanta ,
HJ. in wits the '
in the flowers used for decoratingthe w Mra. Kemp told of Incidents \ ''It
decorated with zinnias, Grated rind of one lemon
that threw its .
of her doors open I ii,, ,
home for the party. Quantitiesof x the lives grandparents per- eta
charm strings, and other Mexicannovelties 2 cups of milk from, Pensacola .
combined with II gees and t t
pink roses, var- taining to the temperance cause. VII
The table, covered witha and milk and then Mrs.\. \ .
Mix there Matthew
flowers of her sugar md !HM
ious other cut were placed She read three poems great- :u
Mexican: cloth and set with fiesta a add Place In refrigeratorand children fled to await
to advantage in the home, tI grandmother's composition the Juices. th seer
china held as Its central adorn where the guests were entertained. titles of which were "Fitness For when it begins to harden beatIt. aary two week's lapse (II t"m. 1e

ment an arrangement of brightly I Above, from left to right: Mrs. Vonda Inman, ot Staike, national I Heaven," "The Broken Heart, or Return to refrigerator and let fore being allowed tn "i.-n 1!,lII,,, t

colored the fireplace fruit. further The decorations carried out on Elizabeth and Geraldine Cox, representative and district Woodman Circle manager, and Miss Amy Fruits Of Temperance," and "Flor stay until frozen.-Mrs. A. M. their home here

the Mexican idea. I'(I nieces of Miss/: Cox, passed the an- Moore, of Starke, who will attend the Eastern Regional meeting of the ida." The great grandmother's Rlcharde. The woman from \1)h, i" r '

nouncement cards/: which were concealed organization In Louisville Ky., on June 14, 15, and 16. Mrs. Inman name was Narcissa Melissa Law- rented rooms while In At 'inn n

After supper the guests adjourned H.I- In envelopes tied with white will represent the State of Florida and will present the state flag at ton. The poems were dated in Another popular sherbert recipe in the habit of making 'h> "
of and Mrs.
to the home that have calls for, al-
satin ribbons. Elizabeth and Geraldine 1834. many ous lemon sherbert cv.' ,
the ?
opening meeting Tuesday. Miss Moore will be r
C Riich for bridge, with Mr, and an guestat
Mrs Hitch and Mr. and Mrs Ed-I wore becoming afternoon the convention because of her outstanding work in. a recent membership -, Mrs. Kemp composed and read noon during the summe, .m." ,e
dresses of pink and whit organ- the in honor of her Alvarez-Coulombe it tasted just as good 'thin-' r
ward Burns as hosts. campaign. She will take part In a pageant. following poem
dy. ------------_. -- _. -- g rand-P scents' W ors l ."nn...... I v,eon race i ve d l sere oP ago as It does today M t
At the conclusion of the game, During the afternoon the following of thews asked for the' ,., ''II'i Q
the of J. a. Alvarez
high prize was awarded to Mrs. L. delightful program was ren- Annual U. D. C. PicnicAt W. M.\ S. Circle MeetingHad I It'ou will tell will you give In me rhyme time. Lawrence marriage Mass to Miss Rita brought It back to Stal'kl'Here

D. Vining for the ladles and to K. dered: Kingsley LakeAt Good AtendanceCircle To the the W. C. T. U. Martha Coulombe, also of Lawrence
G Duncan for men. Mrs. Vining "Nigger Gwlne Home" sung by rntinn of
I will be brief, Mass. The Lemon SherbertOne
II try to marriage was
received a pair of hose and Mr. Mrs. W. E. Murphree.A her Kingsley Lake cottage Number One, with Mrs. AH I turn over each leaf.Crnmlua. package of lemon ,,
Flastow. New ieii
performed June 0 in ''ils
Duncan was given a desk set. Mrs.J. popular song by Mrs. James I I Mrs. O. L. Beasley was gracious Charlie E Johns aa leader, met I can nee you thereIn solved In a little milk.
your oh arm chair. Hampshire, and the couple will
E Wilson won .a plaque for Godwin. I: hostess to the Wi. T. Weeks Chapter Monday afternoon at the home of Mvnelf on your knee
make their home in Lawrence. of
Juice lemons
making second highest score for "Moonlight\ and Roses," duet, by United Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. J. W. White, with Mrs. White Where I ever loved to be. eight Ad,,:
I have not spurned This will be of much Interest to sugar until thick.
ladles and E. L. Matthews won a Mrs. Murphree and Mrs. Godwin. last Friday when the an- and Miss Olive Ray na hostesses.An JwfHHnnti there I learnedOf
cigarette container for the men. The three hostesses further car- nual picnic was held.A arrangement of gladioli, daisies the Father above the many friends in Starke of Mr. One pint sweet cream 'IT' nr,
In a of bingo, Mrs. K. G. Full of goodness and Iov0.ramlmothers. Alvarez, who spent much of his large can of Carnation milk.
game ried out the chosen color schemeof bountiful spread was enjoyed and nasturtiums added to the' '
childhood here and who visits his Three quarts of milk
Duncan and W. B. Sewell were the pink and white In the refresh- at one o'clock, after which a cheerful air of the living room <; I never Raw you,
hut I love you too. mother, Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence. ; Freeze immediately being
winners iur
They were presented witha ment course of pink and white ice where the
business held.
held with
meeting was meeting was I know how you foughtAnd
linen handkerchief and match and grandmother, Mrs\ Lalla to have all ingredients cola Ml's'
cream and pink and white cakes. the president, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman The opening song was "The prayerfully sought
holder respectively.The The law we did repeal Chase here often. 1 I S, S. Matthews.
About fifty guests were presentto presiding. As this was the Morning Light Is Breaking" with We humbly bow and kneel,

members of the two clubs enjoy the party with the hostesses last business meeting before the Mrs F. H. Long at the piano, and bear God, please forg-lve

presented Dr. and Mrs. McLendonwith and the honoree. Miss Cox. summer vacation, delegates were prayer was offered by Mrs. T. J. Thin sin and help uft to live BOREE FUNERAL HOME
a handsome floor lamp 88 a -.-- Griffin. Bible Over for thee and never ghlrk.
elected to attend the annual U. D. study from the book 'Hut work and work and work Fill llni: of CuNkets & Undertakers Supplies
remembrance of this occasion. Starling-Thomas C. convention which meets in Or- : of Isaiah was conducted by Mrs. Kor the cause no true. AJ3ULLANCE SERVICE

Those present to enjoy the eve- lando next October. Delegates J. W. White. The .....Io.dV.. C. T. UXicholsonKoon DAY AXU NIGHT
Announcement has been made of .
ning with the honorees were: the elected were: Mrs. H B. McLen- The program topic WAS "The 53 PHONE 53
marriage of Miss Doris Thomas -
Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and Joe S. both ofStal'ke don and :Mrs. a. W. Roberts, of Days of June," which brings to O. II. BKNNEIT, Mgr.

and Mrs D P. Carpenter Mr. and Starling Luwtey; alternates, Mrs. Hal Ed- mind the lines: "What Is so rare I "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"
on Monday, May 30, with! Charlie Nicholson, -
)Irs. K. O Duncan Mr and Mrs. 1S'I ,"" _
wards, of Lawtey; and Mrs. A. Z. as a day in June, For then If ever I 'V'-
Lloyd notary public, officiating Starke insurance agent, was married
...:.. Adltlns.I come perfect days." However this <-- -' -- -,- -
: -,1 : IG- -'II
__ June 1 to :Miss Dorothy ICoon.
SEA:: FOODSOF Mrs Starling is the eldest daughter The president appointed the topic referred to'day it June Nicholson of Waldo. -Ther ;'y-a-p: ; ;

of Mr and Mrs. Herman Thom- I following nominating committee: who was a missionary to formed in the presence of a few DRINK

ALL KINDS as. She attended schools in Brad- Mrs.: J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Ethel China, and an Intel ent ing book Intimate friends in the parsonage

-- --- ford County where she has a wide M. Biggs and Mrs. G. W. Roberts.As about her has been written by her of the Rev. W. B. Hicks, the Bap-

FKESIIVATEIl: F11l circle of friends who will be Interested June 3 was the birthday anniversary friend, Mary Culler White. Readings tist minister in Waldo. .

to learn of. her marriage. of Jefferson Davis, a on the topic were given by Mrs. Nicholson is the daughterof

--- -- Mr. Starling is the eldest son of short review of his life was given Mrs. Charley E. Johns, whose Mr and Mrs. J. C Koon of Pepsi ColaBIGGER
\\K IWKS:: ALL FISH subject was "A Melody;" Mrs. F. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling. Mr. by Miss Olive Ray. The chapter Waldo, and she attended high
FKEE OF CII.UGEMAGNOLIA I Starling also received his education historian, Miss Amelia Ray talk H. Long read "June's first year as school In Gainesville. Mr. Nicholson -

In the schools of Bradford ed on the subject of silk culture in a missionary; Mrs. J. H. Fields is the local agent for the Pen-

I County. At present he is manager Georgia before the RevolutionaryWar. cad "June's" work la Shanghai, Insular Life Insurance Co. Theyare

FISH i, of the meat department in the TipTop ] I China; and Miss'" Olive Ray reviewed at home to their friends in AND BETTER

MARKETPERFECT I grocery store. Enjoying the day with Mrs. I ."June" standing by the persecuted their apartment in the Nollman j ,4>

Mr and Mrs. Starling are at Bensley were: Mrs. Hal Edwards, house 201 Madison St. .\
I -- ---- ---- -------------
; home to their friends in an apartment :Mrs.!\ Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs. H. B.I I'I Business session was presided ---- \

i at the home of Mr. and Mrs McLendon, Mrs. C. W. Chalker. ;,,I over by the circle'chairman, Mrs.

I''Berry Johns. Mrs. A, M. Darby, Miss Madge Johns, and considerable financial He-e;

I Middleton, Mrs, E. K. Perryman, I I IMrs. I I business was discussed> The pas II
ZTA Dance TonightA '!. E. S. Matthews, MI's. W. 1..1, tor Rev. W. A. Fischer was present I Summer Is Dress For It

Wall, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. L. during the business and social
I public dance will be .
II periods.The
Rennolds, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns,
In <(he< Woman's Club building A'j
hostesses served fruit
Efflo Miner, Mrs, L. A. punch BATHING NO-FADE SHIRTSA
:' auditorium tonight (Friday) Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. S. and pound cake and were assisted -

beginning at 9.00: o'clock. It Is Brownlee, Mrs. J, M. Brownlee, in serving by Mrs H. B. z- SPECIAL LOT SIZES 14 TO 17
I sponsored by the members of the Mrs. Marcus, F. Brown Mrs. J. W Lendon. Members present MC'I': ASSORTED PATTERNSTO
I Beta Gamma chapter of Zeta Tau Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. C.
I Anlrews, Miss Amelia Ray, Mr. GO FOR
Alpha who are enjoying a week'shousepal.ty Johns Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. E.
L. F. Chapman Mrs. J. K. Wilson, I I
79c and 98c
at the J. M. Mitchell 'Mrs W. E. Torode, Mrs. O. L. K. Perryman, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, I

t summer home on Kingsley lake. Haynes and :Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Mrs. H B. McLendon, Mrs. F. H. ,' '
r .vi'iyone" Is cordially invited to Long, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. J.I I p SEE OUR MEN, WE HAVE A FULL LINE Ol

,.ittend H. Fields Mrs. M. B. !I
Hall-Marks\ Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. A. H. ,

William Harris VanSickel Of Interest to residents here Green, Mrs. Emma Murphy, and I ; OF AND

Mr. and Mrs. Dale the hostesses, Mrs. White and
VanSickel the lust
was marriage week ot
North Hollywood Calif., are Mina: Alllo Marks daughter of :Mr. I

announcing the birth of a sou and Mrs. Charles A. Marks, formerly The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ho-I BEFORE :MAKING
gan Smith at Sampson, was the j I
William Harris, on Tuesday June of Starke but now residents
7Irs.! VanSickel, prior to her of Tampa, to LeMoyne Hall of place of meeting for Circle Num-I I YOUR ALL SIZES ALL STYLES

p marriage, was Miss Iris Epperson, Palm Beach The ceremony was her Two and Mrs. Smith proved; BONA ALLEN $2.98
!daughter of Mrs. W. J. herself a delightful hoatesa Daisies PURCHASE
Eppersonand performed at the home of the

p the late Mr. Epperson, of bride and because of the grave ill- and other summer I.// WE CAN SAVE FRIENDLY $5.00
added to the charm of this
:Staike.J> ness of Mr. Marks, no one attended -

the ceremony except the Im- table home. YOU MONEY MEN'S BATHING TRUNKSALL
p The for
FOOD program the afternoon
E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. mediate families. I
was arranged by Mrs. L C. Ray. SIZES AND
The bride Is native COLORSAT
Ritch Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. a of Starke : :
I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown Mr.: but moved to Tampa in early M ra. L. AD avls. circle chairman, SHOES; ; A REAL REASONABLE PRICE

PROTECTION : and Mrs. Edward Burns Mr. and childhood when her father, a railroad conducted the business session; I
i Mrs. L. D. Green looked after the LADIES IF YOU WANT COMFORT:
I Iof | Mrs. R F. Demorest, Mr. and employee, was transferred BIG ASSORTMENT OF
there. Her husband Is in the real minutes; and Mrs W. E. Middle- PLUS STYLE
/ kind Mrs\ L. D. Vining, Mrs. Jeanctte I
any estate business. ton talked on finances of the cir MEN'S PANTSJust
I Kincaid, W. B. Sewell Mrs. O. L. I BUY A PAIR OF-

'j weather Beasley, and Mr. and Mrs. E. cle.Mrs. Received from the manufacturers at
L'I Davis reviewed the life of SI-EN-TIFFICK SHOES
: Matthews. W. M. U. Circle Meets June Nicholson who was from I.I I greatly reduced price. We pass the savingon

\\11 1'1d"'\\II"';' lACK30NVIllE'Si; Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W.M. Sdgefleld, S. C., and who spent I I $3.95 to $4.95WE to you. Values up to $2.50 pair.

: \\l!! I U. met at the home of Mrs. B. 'our-and-a-half years In China, as Special Price $1.49
\ \\Ul ; M. Fussell a missionary. The closing devotional '
Sl\\ THE /N rHOTEI at 3:30: o'clock last HAVE A LARGE VARIETY 01LADIES' -
service conducted
Monday afternoon. Mra. L. ACunova was by

R O : Circle Leader, led the de- Mrs. L. D. Vining SILK DRESSES PURE LINEN PANTSIn
C.1 S' During the social half hour
' for the
1 E LE MTNOJANOIIW votional service, reading from
OSENE all sizes-just received at reasonable
hostess assisted
by Mrs. Alice
beatitudes and $1.98 $3.95 and $4.95
her subject
oN using aa ,
RUNS N::son p day! "" -' the word "Blessed" Anderson and Miss Doshla Smith. I price.

R core l':" Mrs II L. served sandwiches, cakes! and Iced ALSO
Hough acting secretary -
i No weredaily UI-- ;< 'l1 alh' .00.\ read the minutes of the tea. I WASH DRESSES69c
.. D
Besides the
hostess Mrs. Smith
.1"1 1If111l.1" !,!.I'L"u... last meeting, which stood approv- POLO 4J\-
IIVW,. ..,. ell. The Circle the following circle members were to $1.95SLACKS tff[
if! was glad to welcome 1u I \
1I1 111! :; "I __ _. .nr."nt.fr..._..... _u s. D. F. Knf g ht. Mfr.. _
PtCNTV OF ICC: CUBES i Airs. E H. Sharpe as a new W. P. SHIRTSALL
Smith, Mrs. Alice Anderson,
AIR C014UITIONEU Mrs. W. A. Mrs. 1.
{ I FIscher A.
e NO MOVING PART* IN ITS The home of the hostess was
FREEZING SYSTEM Davis. Mrs. Pearl Simpson Mrs.A. .
tastefully decorated with red roses FOR TilE -
FOR IT'NO and Shasta daisies and the Redgrave Mrs. I* D. Vin-
( MATTER bow far out in the social hour delicious refreshmentsof ng, Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. J. F. I Assorted colors and styles from-

you live, SERVEL ELEO Ice cream and cake were servedto Colley, Mrs. L. C Ray and Mrs.V. SIZES z; tAe
TttOLUX: bring you all the comforts'' \ E. Middleton. I 98c on up P "
of the Qnent modern city refrigeration.I the guests. AND 4 '

Jt keeps food fresh even in the hottest Circle No.2. Baptist W. M. S., t

j weather. It eaves work save house I( met Monday, June 6, with Mrs P. Hayes. MATCH COTTON SUITSFOR COLORS

keeping time, eaves money. Clip thld, B. Canova and Mrs. R. O. Kldd. Mrs. R G. Kldd 'was appointedto

coupon for full information. Spring flowers were used to decor assist on Mrs. I. K. McLane's THE MEN AND BOYS FROM

t ate hall and living room. committee, Personal', Service. Pants and Shirts to match reasonable

t0UMME The meeting opened with devotional The meeting closed' with prayer prices. 39c up

Sistrunks'F7ed S"Seed fi&MFORT r led by Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand by> Mrs. Brownlee.
Store prayer by Mrs. W. J. Epper-' Hostesses served a delicious refreshment -

Starke, Fla. ol OiU-modra. Bf.praa! hotel to Ik* son course to the members

n///! GmdnHM.1 P1nue rad BM.wttlmi *rfL. 11 hMri al dawnuwa Jock.o. Ul.. Bniy A committee, composed of Mra. present: Mrs. R. L. Kemp Mn. C. i I Trade Alexander
Co. the
/ nur/1..r1.aa.waN.aww1 5005 with tub ad ibomr. writ war at Friendly Store where satisfaction
II btsna.u,tw a.,,...,arw..... I radio gear} bod with buwnprta* mat.TOM C. A. Knight and Mrs. R. A. New- A. Knight, Nrs. R. A. Newsome,

I Rs. 11I ad Modb> lamp, Buxnla* Ic, some was appointed to see about Mrs. O. A. Andreu Mrs. S. L. I is Guaranteed and Service rendered with smile
4 wew POw back porch of paatorium and cost eek. Mra. W. L, Wall Mrs. J. a
I FBICZD of repairing same. M Brownlee, Mrs. A. A. Durden,
I! T.-- COCKTAIL LOOKOE ad comet SHOP The following were appointed asa Mrs. W. N. Johnson and Mrs. W
Oi a., i. s. PUMP H ,.). ALEXANDER
eau NOTIL FATTIN T HOTII. OIIOTO visiting committee for one J. Epperson, president of the W. & CO.IC'
I Ii month: Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. ,M. S. who met with Circle 2 at .

I.----------a ..", R. A. Newsome and Mrs. E. W. this time.

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I home Plic ,,W f C1 T V me. I.H .in, thl'I I M 1"M-" i Ima Fliinn I i'turned' -to- Friends. dl .Mi" H C1 Riohm. I Iit : Mi, and Mrs W 'r Hrlm-on of :\Ti- F'w Hi yen and child.fl. a

on Mis Ft' .K A Si oil. FnHlclmt her, !home' TupsdHV n tt><<"i spending < I CIIUK: svillc, .., dl be inti'icsteil' to \ "i ,t'! *tj[. c C.i: ,II'e visiting her pni- "Knim: and Betty, Mr /and Mm A
I o'clock. day uftiMnooii it 3,:TiO 1"1 ,? \." in Ft I.iiti,li'i'lnlc' its Im'\'. Mint' he "tic,'ntly won first I tit :Mr Il.l1tlIrs.! R. V Turner, i
of S :Strickland and Miss Edith Rowe
I t tinKinit of her undo 1 and aunt. prize In it ytml I beautification! contest ] ,it the, home of her grandmother.Mi a t ? '
------- Mr and Mrs A. G Hlnson. sponsored by the Pnlatka : -i. K. B. Johns.Dr attended the graduation exercises

Miss Beatrice Cady of Jacksonville Woman's made nt Stetson University In DeLand
Club. Mrs Richard ----------- I
was the guest of her home In Starke and Mrs. W. H. of ,
NeWs Sunday her Miss Margaret C Johnson and for many yearsbefore Chase Monday Among the graduating
Lca1 mother Mrs. F. B. Cady, at Kings- Mra.. Virginia\ Johnson, of Gaines- moving with her husbandto South Jacksonville, spent (the class was Frow Strickland, brother -
ley Lake Palatka. week-end here as guest of Dr.
ville, were vlaUIng
In Starke Wednesday of Mrs. Hayes und sun of Mr.
NING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I Miss Mrs. Johnson I __ I' Chase a slater and mother Mrs.
'ER an4\
( and Mrs. Strickland. He returned
CO' Mr. Hlklabelle Bcnce and Mrs. La11aChase.
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mrs. R A Nettles and lived In Starke several:; years ago Judge ,and Mrs A. Z. Adkins
; I home with them.
PROGRESS children of Gainesville were the I i ,. in Jir. i t* and Mrs. Fred Guy attended the
t guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. Elbert M. Edwards, spent; last communcVment exercises at the ---

O. Hickok week-end here with his motber, Florida. State College for Women,
..I I Mrs J. W. Edawrd' He has recently where Miss Lois Adklns received AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK ;

tleverty cady spent Mon- Lyle Anderson Is enjoying a L. A. Rennolds returned to his been transferred to the Fer- I her B. S. degree In Education. +

)glee/ htcksonvflle.s4 month's visit with relatives in position in Richmond. Va., Monday nandina CCC Camp from Cheraw, They were accompanied home by LIABILITYThis

11D Rome, Ga. after spending several days at I S. C. : Miss Adkins, who will spend the ,

home here. -- i summer here. I
s4 Mrs .I I T Quigley spent form of insurance protection should have your
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. H. I Friends here are interested to
1 a', ,on know Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swambom most serious consideration. Every dollar you are worth'
L. Brownlee that Mrs. E. M. Rooks and '
pent Wednesday in Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and I
is at stake.
_. two attended the commencement exercises )I
Jacksonville. younger children, Marvin and
Frl- son, Jimmy, and Mrs. O. J. Griffin -
Dinkins spent at the Florida State CollegeFor
prl. t F ,Jacksonv1lle, spent the week-end In Tampa Rebecca will soon move to Gaines- Women in Tallahassee. At the new low rates at which we are writing this
morning 'n with/ relatives. ville, where they will' ke their They protection, fast can't afford to be without it. j,
I --- Miss Elaine Wynn of Hampton, home were accompanied home by their you

* Mrs L.' A. Rennolds was the week-end guest of Miss : l daughter Miss Dorothy Swambom, Let us tell you about the safety driver reward tt I
pr a" Sunday Dorothy Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams who received her B. S degree In i1":"
, In Tampa Mrs. J. M. Brownlee went to De-I I
J !I re.mtung' .,_ spent the first of the week in Tal-I Land Education. Miss Swambom will J't, i
Friday afternoon And
was accompanied ,
, lahassee, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. spend the summer here with her
Brownlee spent
\1..rt1u. Mrs. L. D. Kemper, of New I home Saturday by her I
1 l ,l11I'era! ,lay> 'ht- week In Jackson- York, Is the guest of her mother Colin English. I I daughter. Miss Martha Brownlee, parents.Mr. :
Mrs. P. J. Penrce. who Is a student at Stetson University Agency I
,Ie ___ and\ Mrn. J. B. Carlisle and ,
Col. and Mrs. J. K. hutch and .
piss !K'ltn R"we Is spending: Mrs. L. G. Powell has returned Mrs. A. J. Lewis of DeLand, were attended daughter the Miss graduation Audrey exercised Carlisle., I All linen of dependable INSURANCE ,I i iI

I'S; yr.'ks +m Olustee with rel- home after a visit with relativesIn week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Friends of E. M. Davis will be at the Bolles Military Academy In I I :( I II
H. L. Brownlee. glad to learn that he la ,,
Columbia S. C. recuperating I
ivrt I JackHonvllle, Tuesday Al KayCarlisle j
after being confined to his J' '
I f
son of Mr. and Mrs. Car-
Bufordwere"linn Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe, of home because of '
aid veilin Mrs. Jack Williams spent the an operation per- lisle, and a member of the grAduation NEW SHIPMENT > ;
i ,i-eati' Jacksonville, week-end in Miami as the guest of Palatka were guests Sunday of formed on his nose In Jacksonvillelast class, was an outstanding

leda\ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke, Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and week. student at the Academy where he ':
Mrs W. P. Smith. ---------.- DRESSES, VOILES AND MUSLINS + '
received honors.Mr. .
<' Middleton is spend- Mrs. J H. Gill and son, Jackie many
I ifln Ma ilhll i week in Jacksonville with to her home here after attend- Mrs. A. G. Ludwig of Gainesville Joe, of Monroe N. C., are guestsof and Mrs N Sternberg and $3.98VANITYFAIR lj i

itlve' ing school in St. Augustine. spent Sunday with her 1 Mrs. Gill's parents Mr. and daughters, Misses Ruth and Lillian -
--- I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and dire J. M. Alvarez, at Kingsley Sternberg, left Wednesday for LINGERIE l rt;

I KISS Elaine Wynn, of Hampton Elbert Edwards, of Fernandina, Mrs E. W. Hayes. Luke Mr Gill will join them this West Point, New York to attend
week-end guest of Miss Dor- week-end. the graduation exercises at the
as spent the week-end here with his 1
jnySapp mother Mrs Mae Edwards. Frow Strickland was graduated -----. Military Academy from which Complete line b f
._-- Monday from Stetson University Dr. and Mrs C. F. Snyles, of their son Lieutenant Ben Stern- '

s P Vundlviere and son, Howard Moore of Belle Glade, in DeLand with the degree of Miami, who have been here visit- berg la to be graduated. Lieutenant !
Iyri: nave' returned to their was a recent guest of hta parents Bachelor of Science. ing Judge and Mrs. E. K, Perry- Sternberg. has held an enviable GIFTS AND WEAR FOR INFANTS ,

rte 'm Key West after a visit Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. man, at Klngsley Lake have goneto record during his four years at !
'I'! are Mr-- Vandlvlere's par- The Rev. and Mrs W. A. Fischer Switzerland, North Carolina West Point, where he excelled In NEW LINE OF HOSIERY ,
l-ti Mrs d. W. Alder- went to Lakeland to to upend awhile.
Mr end' Mrs. H. A Bishop and daughter Tuesday boxing and la crosse. F''
tit attend. the annual conference of ------
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Misses Mary Harriet and Nina, "Larkw00d"Special lengths ;f.t!
spent Monday In Jacksonville.Miss tau! Methodist Church. 'I Miss Ruth .U'hnson and Miss Prof. .1. Harry Benson, princi- .,! !
Enza Blanchard, of Luwtey were pal of Bradford County High New Shades-Gloria and Dassler .It ,
HA AvoRDCOLUMN% ;Mrs. S. A. Barefoot, of Lake recent visitors In Jacksonville. School last yeur will go to Gainesville '.!
Edith Rowe returned home '
last week following a two week City spent last week here with While there they visited the fol- Monday to resume his dutiesas Also Berkshire 1 '
her son and daughter-In-law, Mr. 'owing WPA projects: comfort factory instructor. in the summer sessions '!
in Jacksonville with friends.Mr. ft'
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Mr. sewing room, project for I I of the University of Florida. 79c to $1.00 ;1

_. ,_. blind, and handicraft. He will In
specialize training
hu SALE Flowers for every of Jacksonville. and Mrs,A were A. Wainwright guests Sun-, ". and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and __ I I11' I teachers of commercial education Bridge Tallies and Place Cards 1 if,,.!,'
son, Jimmy, and Mrs. O. J, Grif- ;\ and :Mrs. II. A. Bishop spent Miss Marjorie Benson has returned '
I r .
occasion attractively arranged, day of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. 15c and 20c dozen ::; !
I-d reasonably priced Mrs N. D. fin spent the weekend in Tampa Friday and Saturday In Bradenton to the Florida State College for per Itii,
with relatives and friends. and while there attended the Women where she has a I ,
f ibwrigut Phone 102, Starke, Mrs. W. K. Wilder and daughter accepted
it with I }
funeral of A. D. Williamson. A position In the library. She will "Say flowers"d.j
s Bobble Jean, of Orlando, were
Mrs. M. K. Hull is expected to number of years ago Mr. Williamson attend summer school and la slat- :;r"
guests last week of Mrs. Fay Gill. '
JR 'AI.IIR' > RENTBungalow return to her home here this week- lived here, and while here marred ed to receive her degree next year. : ;
sin rom and bath. Two end after a visit of several weeks {,, Miss Belle Richard. Mrs Benson and the three younger
Miss Lulu Redgrave spent the CLAK JEAN SHOPPEPHONE .h' '
neneu po lien Four lots. Cheapr with relatives in Homestead. children will summer at their -
week-end at Klngaley Lake as the II
casti !'.'rms. L A. Gray, -- ---.- :Miss Lorena Rosier, of Lawtcy, home on North Walnut St. S.arke. rr
guest of Mr and Mrs. S. R. Johns,
irke Fla 6-10-2tp Jr. Mrs. T. K. McClane Is spendIng ] i.i enjoying a months visit In''where Mi Benson will join them 97KKEK 'y,.
thin week in Miami as the ; Okeechobee with her brotherInI for the week-ends. 'I
OST Brown striped) settee cush- guest of her brother and slsterlnlaw. law and sister! Mr. and Mrs. W I I I '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampler I
haon ild Raiford road. Reward I
Mr. and Mrs Glen Duke. H. Lee. :Mica Rosier will also visit :
spent the week-end in High Springsas I
''returned to Denmark Furniture friends. in West Palm Beach and
'o. It ents.guests of Mr. Dampier's par Mrs O. L, Beasley, Sr., and Mr. Miami before returning home. : DELIVERY tl

AN WANTED for and Mrs G. A. Anderson are I
week at Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had So R. Johns
I Rout Real opportunity for Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and spending this Epper :
I son's cottage on Kingsley Lake. as their guest for the week-end
{gilt man We help you get start- daughter, Freddie spent several PHONE ,
Mrs. Edward Wolf, of Jacksonville -
Id d t Writ. ,
Memphis, Term.? FAF- days this week In Eustls with rel
'SO; () Memphis Tenn. atives. I Mr. and Mrs. Street Dendy, of Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Davis
Gainesville, spent Sunday at i iKlngsley I and their daughter, Miss Jean I "..
: Lake' with her parents, Davis, and Mrs Wolf were guestsof 45iE.tlt
Mr.\ and Mrs. A. S. Strickland.Mr. I Mrs.' Emma Anderson In Archer. I Jf..

NAT SEZ: -..--- Sons :
and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- I --- '" TIIK H, A. I., ".,'UT
When you read this I'll he hit- baum of Jacksonville were the Miss Elizabeth Joiner of New l

ting the road for northern purls, guests Sunday of Mrs. Nussbaum's York will arrive Sunday for a .

but I won't be !gone long no don't parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. few days' visit with her brother-,I

i I, may Stray from the store just Iierauso Dr and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton in-law D. Vining.and alster.Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Vln-L GUARANTEED i

1/ I'm not there After "U, and grand daughter Marjorie Sue, ing and Miss Joiner will leave for F l 0 U R 6 3

the? nicest thing about going away ( are enjoying a two weeks' vacation Dublin relatives Ga., where they will visit 24 lbs. C i .

from home IH the chance<< to conic I lit their camp at Piney Bluff, x
___________. I
1 buck. I'm for- 'Oa. ,
HO already looking
I ________ Mrs Tallulah Marsh Mrs. Ech-
want to spring lou across tier Leulie. Biggs a student at the ols. and Mrs. Walter Purvis, of 10 Lbs. 10 Lbs.

::: counter again. University of Georgia in Athens, Jacksonville, were guests la"t' lt2C 47c

r returned to his home here Thurs- I Thursday of Mr, and Mrs. H. L. GRITS SUGAR
Hough. Mr. and Mrs. Hough entertained -
day to spend his summer vaca-
I their guests with a fish I
to tion. I 10 Lbs. Quart
'J fry under the oak trees at their -

Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter place near Brookcr. __ I MEAL 20 C SALAD DRESSING 19 C jtjp

Fredrlcka, and Jane Merrill '
,so Bauknight, of Jacksonville are The Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. ''

r guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ray and children of Jacksonville MAXWELL HOUSE 3 Pkgs. te
0 Struth. were here for a short stay MonI I I 2tc 1C

1 day, at the home of Mrs J. W'I i COFFEE STALEY'S STARCH Nr I
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth and White. They were en route to'

Mrs William H. Struth spent the Tampa to visit Mrs. Ray's parents, 5 Lbs. 2 CANS No 2 Sliced, 101
first of the week In Jacksonville I and while away Mr. Ray will at-I 17 5
1 as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. tend the annual conference at RICE C PINEAPPLE 2 C
f Lakeland.
Edwards. I N-l-
Mrs J. B. Sapp Mrs. Mae Edwards I Mr. and Mrs. J, Harry Benson Pound CHARMER

Miss Dorothy Sapp, and have returned from a week's visit 3 0 C OC
Miss Elaine Edwards were guests with their lion Welter, at Vir- BULK TEA h ;' '.

Friday of Mrs. T. A. Steele In ginia Beach Virginia. Walter Is
a member of Johnny Long's Orchestra -
1 Gainesville.Mr. heard over the Columbia WE DRE S !
----- --- -
and Mrs. W. A. Shanda and I Broadcasting System. Accompa- Fancy Fryers THEM 23c

\ ,Miss\ Elizabeth Shands, of Gainesville nying them on their trip were i
are spending June and Julyat I their children Marjorie Harriet

THIS SOLVES THE Klngsley the Lake.Matthews', cottage on spent Billy some and Betty.time In En Charleston route they, S WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS

their former home, vltltlng
\\LENGTH rIO: : !L Ei.1a.e. Friends of Mrs Allen Canova friends on Sullivan's Island. YELLOW LAND l tu
F F ,
of uGmesvllle, will be Interested to --- -- $1 65 $ 1 l i
know that she was recently elected Mr and Mrs. J. M.\ Brownlee (, CORN PLASTER-Ton i iE
W president of the Junior Welfare I and Dr. J W. Brownlee attendedthe

us.P...on. \ .. League of that city. commencement exercises at E

1' SIERYby' !- OLEPROOF{ Miss Carol White will return Gainesville the University Monday of night Florida of last'in CINCY No. 2 ClippedOATS

s home tomorrow after spending the week. John Milton Brownlee, son '> LAYING MAffj e2,4o 1 65 +

70 tau'lIla'" goodbye 'to 'twisted seams, ankle wrinkles past week in Winter Haven at- of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee, recelv-!I E ED .

C slack and pull when you wear Your Highness tending the Methodist Young people'li I ed his Master's\ degree 'In Science I

by Holeproof. For whether you're tall, short or mid- Training School. : at this time. After the graduation -
; exercises Mr. and Mra. W. A. CINCY GRAY'
dUng, 'In these proportioned! 1 hose you "
and Miss Martha Brownlee has asher Shanda entertained with a buffet i, 1,90
find the right' length to give your legs a itunnmg r6. guest Miss Shirley Prickett, upper In their attractive home in SCRATCH SHORTS .

sleekness your ankles more alluring Irimnesi. [!".-.?:. of Callahan. Miss Brownlee and Highlands In honor of Mr. BrownI I
$51.00 The latest' correct colon. :, Miss Prlckett were classmates at lee. Those from Starke who were i

u:.: Stetson University In DeLand. I with invited the to hosts enjoy and the Mr.supper Brownlee party I'|'| COME VISIT OUR NEW MEAT DEPT. '

Mrs. W. H. Hart. Miss Ernestine were Mr. and Mrs S. E.
Budding ton, and J. W Bucldlngton Mr and Mrs. J, kt BrownJee'j COMPLETE LINE OF
It Pays to Buy at have returned to their home hereafter J W Brownlee. Mr. and

enjoying a month's visit at L Wall, Mr and Mrs NATIVE & WESTERN MEATS c
STERNBERG'SIII the Buddington'i summer home i son, and Mr and Mrs. H. L. !

I in Bradford, Rhode Island. Brownlee.

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PAGE "SIX _. ___ ... I,

I Oenrrfiif Mc<.. T R.- Owner F.
I I."'- ;. 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
SECTIONNOTES ;ii \ E' STATE NEWS 1 \ I... Id, 17, 18, 10, 20 21,
I FARMERS I 22 or Ulk 7, City: Park
I Aub-I>lv. W & C'.. Addition
: FLORID FACTS I.V SHOUT FARAGRArilS to Stark' .. -- 28 6 22 W. B. \\i, .

OF INTEREST TO BKADrOKD GROWERS II Lute.' I, 2, 3, 5 of Elk 8, ...
city Park Hnb-Dlv. W.
.. & C'H Addition to
I imiNKS: POISON TRIAL GOES ON Stark ________________28 6 22 W. D. Win "
1 i : ; I -- Two-year-old BARTOW. -- Defense counsel SLj of Lot 4 of lllk 12

UuxkhiH Add .. 29 S M ,.
RURAL Hints To Housewives death made an unsuccessful attempt to .n Floyd 1-: "
West berry's
Dlk 12 ex 8 v of Lot 4,
: ; today on a solution halt the trial of five former police- nnnhlnn Add __.2* 8 22 4 Floyd (h'ero

COMMON SENSEBy Weekly from Home Demonstration : dipping cattle. The men In the Tampa floglng case be- N1S" of Nt:'. of NEIL _...29 6 22 10 Henry uriffiv!
W lOB ft of Lot 3 & all
Specialist Tullnhnanee : ; some of the liquid last cause one of the Jurors became 111 Ijot 4, 6, 6 on S aid of

SPUDS JOHNSON : ; : his parents Mr. and and an alternate was placed in the I I4.; of E'4.--; '"--:-29; 6 23 5 Corley JohnSEVi
SE.of swIt IIX rlllht orway
TOMATO RECIPESCunning ; Westberry were In box. Judge John L. Moore denied ____________ _______29 e 23 30 t. W. And'u
SVMMKH SEASON TO learned of his death the motion of Pat Whitaker, chiefof 1 A In SIC Cot ot NESG otN'V'
1 _________________29 6 22 1 Mrs C. I. anuwHty ,
OET TOGETHER TO WORKOUT Tomato Juice home early to defense counsel, for a mistrial ot 8'V' -.__ .. ___ ____30 6 22 80 Herman S,'Jr'h\

I'KOBLEMS: OF FALL high grade, choice ripe tomatoes ; and ordered the State to continueits All c'yRyf NEW ot NEW,
: Only : N __ 31 6 U 2 Orin '
should be used for juice. attempt to prove the five accused N \ "f NW4! ex H 1091 son

should be red-ripe well de- ; men kidnapped Eugene F. ai __ __ 8 22 30 Itermmn. S"Ir"'h
They DECIDED 2 Com Rt NE 'or otNIC'I.
\he fact that there's no CASE A
Despite veloped, firm and smooth as well Poulnot the night of November or NW% & run W
telling what condition will arise In, acidity. Green tomatoes ; I -The Supreme 30 1935 when he and two com- us y with the arrival of the harvest as high taxicabs cannot tarred and yds N 10 yds to .....I r- ._32 6 22 :01: Unknown .
or over-ripe or unsound fruit panions were flogged All NIC'. ot 8IC'% otIIE1,4
and shipping season Florida farmers will impair the flavor. I between cities un- feathered. E 01 J'flad .___________82 6 112 ::01 Louts Kahr2'y
{ and growers who were dissatisfied ; I authority from the A In NJJ ("or of Sy! of
with their crops or returns Wash carefully and drain. Cut Commission. It e------ 8Ie\\ or I'IW' !. _______32 0 22 3 Vallco :lJII"1'
; Lots 6, S ot Dlk a Lincoln
during the past winter and out all cores. Place in kettle ; I I of George Kelly 11YSLER APPEAL DENIED City ___________________32 0 23 Ht'nry t mh
worth-while to crushing a few to provide enough TALLAHASSEE. The state Lot 1 ot Dllt 8. Lincoln
: for taking a
fall might find It ; ; group _ __ __
City __ ___ 32 23 E,1 J. Jolt". ,,
try to do some planning this sum- free juice to start the cooking. { I girls from Tallahassee supreme court has denied Clyde Lots 6. 8 of 51k 11 Lincoln n

mer. Cook the tomatoes lightly In a 1 ; in a taxicab last Hysler of Jacksonville a rehear- City __ __ ",--- __32 0 23 Jessie .Tllhl!_ .,
Lot 8 of nIk 13 Lilicolll
Farmers whose general field covered container to release the ; I ing of his appeal from a first de- City __ ___ ._ ___33 6 22 Dan John'. n
well as color from the skins and to give ; gree murder conviction in the 1936 Com III a I't lOG ft 14 of
as ----- --
crops did not produce of This cookIng I NW Cor of NW'4' ot NWyi
I la larger yield juice. here of Mr. and
di Rlrpd or whoso returns were not ; OFFICIAL VOTE holdup slayings & run 1'1' 66B tt, IC 62& ft.
also liberates the vegetable I Mrs. John H. Surrency. The 22- N 666 ft, 'V 626 rt to
as satisfactory us they reasonably I and the pectin around the ; .-T. E. Duncan convicted In beg -- -- _____________33 6 22 II firs .\nnl., l' f' ?
should have been will do well toconsld..r gums : ; and success year-old Hysler was 81':'.. nt 8E'. eaofroal
of their fertili- seeds and fleshy tissue. Allow to I attorney separate trials of first degree .. ______33 6 22 211 airs Frank 1 .
revision before for the Democratic S'< ot SF"y !: ____83 6 23
without pulp- 21) Charlotte H
cool stirring murder for both deaths but received ofJaWy If.
zation and cultural practices to : for state attorney 1.111 2 of [Ilk John.
I a recommendation for mer- Hnh-1JIv otliE% otIIE'4
and there- :
reduce production costs ing.Extract the pulp by passing first ; Judicial Circuit \ ---- .--- '--- n_.. 83 6 23 1 lrrll Fenn' .
on the charge of slaying Sur- / ':1.
by make their margin of profit ; votes in the second cy Beg ..t I'IW' Cor ot I'I'VI4' ot
It would< do no harm for I through a coarse sieve and then a : I rency. Clemency was withheld In NEt4; /I run 10; 671tt..
greater. fine sieve. The first sieve will remove I majority was the other making the death N HUO ftV 671-",. ft. 11:;
them to get together every once In I and ; 3.000 better than case woo rt tn beg ____-34 6 22 1l J. n. lIannll
while and talk things over and the skin, seeds coarse penalty mandatory. $' F'/, of N.4 ot NW'/!. __34 6 ES 10 F. W. Rosser
a fiber. The second sieve should be ': by Zach. H. Douglas, -A-_-- Nt4, of NW'4 ot SELL ____84 6 U 20 W. C. \fcom
swap suggestions.!' I to I whose official count t4\4 of NW'of 81'434 6 22 10 A. C. l'al'ml'h.I',' I
In order disintegratethe
very MELON SHIPMENTS loll':' of onv'. of SE4i34 6 23
4 4 Carl Anders
Vegetable growers whose crops pulp as finely as possible so ; I at 6.561 by the State I LEESBURG. Florida 5 A an In aE cur ot NES.
the prices hoped for growers nr SE'. 34 0 22
bring Board.
did not fora i --- -- 8 n. n. ".oowRnl
that it will stay In suspension shipped. 1652 carloads of water- S 270 ft of NW'oNV'/ 36 6 22
: 9 N. .t.
few meetings and try : ; BradleyVty
might hold a .--
longer period. melons by June 1 of this ot Wty or NWt2 ot
to work out uniform quality ; ; ___ ___38 6 23 .
-- Mrs Sarah
The juice Is next heated to about IN EFFECT compared with 488 carloads last N\\N'\V' N'Vex 1 A In 10 HIIII
grades and packs and study ways [ ; .-A ten per H\\f "or 2 1 23 .
150 degrees F., and poured Into season. The Federal-State Market 89 Russell Hurn-I'I
of handling their produce so thatit ; ; Intrastate N 25 A ot NW% o"SW 4ex
hot bottles jars, or cans in most News Service reported also the 3 22
will reach the consumer In the clean, ; 3 A 101 ur l'UII.t u- 7 22 tvlllle. 1\lnlt:
sealed and sterilized at from 175 became effective Mon- appearance of California and Texas W'4 uf :NF's of I-IW\\ ____ 3 1 22 20 T. A. n.'rr..r'
best possible condition. ; :XSa ot 81st, or 3 1 22
Railroad Commis 21) airs "orn..IIR r' '
degrees to 185 degrees F., processing melons on the Eastern markets Herr rite rt 1': I'IWII.\yo Cor 'oI\ff'-\
Summer the slack season Inso- quarts thirty minutes. The ; ; I the raise recently the westerners shipping a total of 01 NWl', of Nls'y & runS
is concerned. Is : ; 210 tt, E 420 ft. N 210
far as marketing carriers to
lower the temperature used, the the agree twelve carloads by June 1. Demand fl to beg Ii 7 23
the time to work out problems of be ; ; date. The In- 5 Aft IWSE/2o' Cor uf SFLI of 2 Susie Miller
'better the flavor. Juice can continued fair, the market
this nature and for the ; N\V\4\ .x. 1 A In NI Coraan4A470ftS&W
prepare most
sterilized at a much lower temper I' on shipments. slightly weaker. R. Maynard Pet- .

coming season. It might be to the ature and in a shorter time thanIs ; down to five percent erson said In his summary of melon hv 375ftNANNof ill
benefit of those concerned to get ; ; and on oth- adjoining Ii A described
used for canned tomatoes, because market conditions. Florida above __ 5 7 23
shirt sleeves and ; ; j 8 John 0'rnnn
in ,
together it has no solid pieces to prevent agricultural products shipped 4098 carloads of melons EN of 81VI! of SE14 ex
despite the hot weather strive for :: o 5 7 22
increase. -- ----- 15 Jail Johnflnll
heat penetration, consequently 1 during the 1937
rapid season. 2 A In NW ('or of E% ofNI'
solution of their problems In production the Juice cnn be sterilized I ---A j ---.-- :'" "f slx'Y or road 6 7 23 a:I Geo c.vhh .. t
and marketing. It's far : ; Lot 14 u. :N'V" of $ESi ofNI's'
better make these efforts now at 175 degrees to 185 degrees ; CEI.F.BKATIO.V HACK TO WORK; i'i ___ __ ______-____ 7 7 23 111 Oscar n.l rll1.lIt \
to }<'., as against the boiling temperature -I ,-Elaborate prepar CEDAR KEY.-Cedar Key commercial :l 4 IIf SEI, "f SW'. ._-- 7 7 E3 20 1'r'ln: F.. Bernard
rather than wait until the season ... 1 1 22
160 Ervin E. lI..rl1.\
F. needed in Overseas Highway \
((212 degrees fishermen have ended W'Ii ofNN'q' of NF.LexE
blast ;
Is on full canning whole tomatoes. II Committee for Invit- several weeks of idleness and returned A on N end ill .x Hy__ 8 1 22 16 lIRry .tohnsun
; NI':yl\ uf 11104 ____ 0 1 22 ,
Tomato Puree Federico Larendo 40 airs R B. 1'11111'1.11'
to fishing grounds aftera '' N1vt'
--- ; l I F. Batista of __.__ ____ __ _. I .+'...,'i.o.s\:-.o:,. .: ;t---2! I Y7 1Ir: lr_Taylor I ..
Tomato puree or sauce is very one price agreement wall effected a. ".4- .u.Dn.v' 10 afro R. B. suim.i: ,
; \ of HWV4 __________16 7 23 ,,
TKAI.V SCIIEUfLKSchedule here 40 lvfv Poll \ |
fiesta ?es
convenient for the
flavoring many a conference of their representatives __ __
; I S'.j' of $E'i ___ -11 7 23 8" W. O Seals
of trains arriving here dishes, such as stews, soups, and celebration of the for- with dealers and State Wel- SWl4 of !H':':. _----______.17 7 40 Inca Ivey Follai\
a to without macaroni. Cook until soft. Run ; of the $30,000,000 WH of a 1 A lot In SW
f dally. Subject change ; I fare Commissioner C. C. Codrington. for of SC'/4 of SE'of

notice. through fruit press or dilver. Con- have been I Mayor George Lewis said the SE'i ___ ___ ___ __ 19 7 22 O K. prime

Southbound-Due Starke centrate the puree by boiling to at ; Smith general dealers at the conference last E'4'Cor of of a SE'4 1 '\A lot of SE'i In SW of

No. 1-Local_______ 10:48: p. m. least one-half its original volume. today. night agreed to pay four and a 8E',4 19 7 22 W. II. Orlffln' ,

No. 107-Through____ 0:03: a.m. Season. Pack boiling hot into jars ; e- half cents a pound for mullet and //"n at PH Cur of Sec 19
; & run W 660 ft, N 446 ft
Northbound-Due Starke or cans and process. If a hot GASOLINE< nine for trout, and gave assurancethe for H pt of beg r thencerun

No. 2-Local_______ 6:15: : a. m. sauce is desired, add chopped Gasoline prices would not drop below E 105 ft, N 105 ft,
; W 105 ft, S 105 ft to
No. 108-Through.___ 5:04 p. m. onions and hot peppers to toma- and retailers of Flori- three and a half cents for mullet lieu ... ._ _. ___ 19 7 22 ,_, PV. swindle)
Starke und \Vannee Br'uich toes before cooking and straining. here June 15 to die and seven for trout. The higher Lots 1, 2 of Blk 14 __-u .19N"j 7 22 Mr Anna T. SUN' n 1
; of NE'/. & SW'. of1"F.
No 101 leaves Starke 7:00 _._-.-- to show the scale will be '
: a. m. : ; I. pumps paid they said as ''t ex rond & SV;, of
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50::: p. m. JUDGE IN COURT fuel dispensed to long as market conditions permit. NEVi of NW'. ex 2 A In
SB Cnr ,__- __ ______20 I ?3 US Tn"s Ivy. Poll"'"!1S
Dally except Sundays 'YLLAHASSEE. Calhoun 1'L; I The meeting was call --. '.,2. of NW'i of SW't' 20 7 23 to Thornton Johns

Seaboard Airline Railway.T. County Judge J.V.. Leath faces of Agriculture SEEKING BERRY PLANTS N'6 of 8E'A ex 2 A In SWYO
; Cor 7 22 1
J. GRIFFIN Agent.IEU'AItK charges of violating the state mar- who also Is head of PLANT CITY.-With the firm NV<. of NWVi-ex- 12- A 1 In SBTor 78 Unknown -

riage license laws. Judge: Leath inspection ser- belief that the recent drouth, ____ 21 7 22 68 Inca Ivey Pollard 1
; of & E< of
E'y NEti 4
was Indicted on five counts by the ; said the department which lasted over the berry and 8W'4' of NE'i _-.. .__ 26 T 23 too A. Sullivan .
OF INFECTION county grand Jury at Blountstown.The that "three definite citrus sections for several months All NW4 of HWV S' nfIlv

Every cut or scratch that draws jury had before it a report of ; be established and -fl A & NVii< of SWViof
; materially depleted strawberry SW", .- .-_ 28 7 22 S3 T. J. Perry
blood Is dangerous unless youguard State Auditor W. M. Wainwright sold to motorists plants in this section for next win- N... of SEV4 of SEW eRv
; .____ .. __.28 7 82 jg Tyclel Tarn
against Infection at once. which said the Calhoun County as belonging
I ter, the County Agricultural SWi, of NE"' & 15 A on
MI 31 Solution put right on a cut Judge hid Iscupd over a period of three grades." Agent's office this week announced W Bide of f'E'4 of NE'i

01 scratch will kill germs and Is a fifteen months eleven certificates ; that they will take applicationsfor & 5A Nat ltvin NW
: ; 'or of NEVi of tic'I AIn
valuable first-aid treatment. Soak "whera one party was under age ; Mrs. E. B. Wells, special Ice-laden trucks which NH ('01' of NNV'4 of
with MI 31 and ; PK'4 _? _______21 SI 80< rF.. O'g"I'NW' '
a bandage put It and the consent of the parents was
I ; I ; Johns 14.66; Ar- are to go to Arkensas strawberry i of NEi/ -- 29 7 23 40P. Q. Seals
right over the wound Buy MI 31 I not shown" and thirty permits I $56.66; Beverly Cady markets and growers next Sty! .r":3-r: : of EMi of NEi

Solution for 49c at the Rexall I "of a different form than those Issued ; ; Faulkner $46.66; G. week secure plants from three Coin :nt a pt 3B3 ft_ E -of 30 7 23 5 Unknown

Store caipenter's Drug Store In by the bureau of vital sta- : $100.00: Agnes reputable berry plant growers NW Cor of NE'. of '
; :XK': & run S115ftI-I
tlstlcs. I
; ; Muriel Norman there, and bring the plants to 1 115 ft, W 143
---- -- ----- ([ ; Morgan $101.40; Plant City for distribution to the :,121:1'1/' 30 7 22 T. M. Hagnn
; 1 J .\ fom nt SW cor of
$60.00; Annie Lau growers who purchase them. This :>If:'. of :NR'I '<4 & run N
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I $106.70; Ethel Sewell is being done now in order to have 1'II yd., in I 31K yds S!

i :Mv Munv Years' E\i>eilenre :\llIlu'. It Powsllile for :Sle to KinderKM'Kir.NT ; ; Mabel Wall, $01.33; the needed plants here for settingby 1:14 heR 1 ydsV__ ..336. -- yda. .. __to_30 7 23 9 W. It. Maxw.

: I'KOSII'T: stud rorilTEOl'S: Still ICEJiODEU.iTE $48.00; Marguer June 10. I.i.I a PX 1 Lot In NE Cor
g : PRICES ; 20 hy 40 ft & all Lots
Carl Roberts
$60.00; ---
fl. 7, of Blk 13 In ,
MODERN CHAPEL AT YOURCO'VEXIE ; Carpenter, 50.00: ; Modal planes powered by rub- Hampton _.. 30 7 23 _. T. M. Hagnn .
; 8-7 of 131k
CI WITH NO CHARGE At Starke note and ber bands were flown In Franceas Lots 15 III Z., tla4m B.to n _-- _----30 7 22 L. A. & Stella John

'' DeWITT ; Florida Bank At early as 1871. Lola 7, 8. 9, 10 of Blk 80
C. JONES in FUnntona Add30 7 22 _
VT. E. Daughtery
and Int. H.
i Starke, Florida ; $1,419.23; -- Lot 7, 8, 9, 10 11, 12 ofTtlk
Melva Cros- There Is 31 In rtlantona-Adrt. 7 22 _. ,
t nay ph. 1 McM ph. IBSATASTEJTHRILt $159.81; no legal restriction Unknown __
BlkH 10, 11. 12, 18 In
i ; Madaline Andrews, against a woman becoming presi- Wright Add n ______SO 7 22 7 :Mildred. B. Byrley
; E. B. Wells $29.06. dent. NE1 of SE", & N'of. .
\ ----- SEV4 of SE'i' __.n____ 30 7 22 60IIre Ida D. -Maxw..II
; Lots 1, 2, 3. 20, 21, 22 ofnik
: (Continued from Page Three) 7. Hampton Park
r ; Nt:'.. nf "'I:". Sec 31 &
; : ; S\Vl4 of NWi & WV4 of .
:' Tave. NW4 of SWVi\ 31-32 7 22 & Rose Cox -
I : ; .
I ) j : ; ; NE'--------------34SP.4 2 22 SO( Wm. H. Hall :
I Id. Temples of ____________34 1 22 >
1'IF.'t 41) t!. p. Davis
Lw \ ; I Starke_ 28 e 23 I. O. FrevRtt _________ 4.91 SW'.. of NWVi' ex road & ,

.PURE. ; : 0 Templed 7; 8 .11, 13 ex 1 A for achool ______35 1 22 35 A. L. Sullivan
:. Ad of 10 A
\ ; ; __.____28 6 22 Geo. F. Scott ________ 18.34 SE'I NE Cor NWV4& NV4 ex of E\.4\

::; ; J'I Rlk 27, Tem- of 8W't' -____ u_ 35 7 23 50 A. Sullivan .
Clemens 2.96 -
) Starke 28 6 23 Mrs Fronl ? All SE', of SW'J' W of
Blk C. n.lu
1 SE Cor&6AtnNWCar&Comtt
P ... Ry ex
; to Stark*.28 6 23 Dr. P. A. Brlnton ..__- 8.59 <
|I. Wynn SW of .
; ; I Starke 23 6 22 Olll Mar ____________ 5.16 SWV,Cor A run N"W'220, ydx of,

; ( of Blk 1. E 133 y.t., S l 220 yds. W
dNs Addition to __ 132 yds to beg -S-i Z 22 2g IT. p. r\av!.
; __ 28 6 22 Boyd Holloway ___ 5.46 W' of 8W485
NVV4 of 7 22
4. O. l0. 11. 12 20 T. B. Trlext
; ; N'i of NAVi. W of Ry ex

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TABEKNAt'LK iA Y said ScattiTh,. smiling proudly ,'idem ,. its:: life hU'H milled n. I Ij
0OB JONES! yr- K AT OXFOR ,"These are your friends. They'. "at IOn"Y"u'cI i : Ihi'i tit j j i'u' d.So i you iiddi-nly re shi Molly.understood" Dan laid

Tuesday night the Bible 'om to till you honoi Lee stood
here belli, "r bent t them too! Aiolly face softened "And
U"" Oil took In HA there. a wistful smile on his face you ,}
the Altar SEY'
the Temple, the __ RAINES 'I he Pun said "I've come five thous- a'c., his father"
ia listened to Scatters "I've
Hereafter Church, pod the Kingdom, and : '. und miles to see thin race. He Dan nodded!
was as shook
And :: .. "":"" been here over fifty years sir they hands
... .J ,.. : chuckled "But I
well Illustrated In crayon making ,. jJ' .,/ of". _.:Ja ......6"'d'.i&i '<.l.rr/u. ';" and this is only the second timeI I hAd the headlineset w rmly.
I once loved I now the lesson very clear and realistic. ,M.\if. ::iio'f'. ..;. .. ....T\I... j 1.-1: can, recall a celebration for a up before I left, won' : 'Lee "I thought Lee was laying it on u
things -- ;:::;- Sheridan Strokes .
11Ie ..hlngll I once hated, It was brought out In the man who's being sent down." He pretty thick but you're lovelier
and the explana- \\H.\T, HAS HAPPKNEU Paul smiled remlnlscently. "The first Lee felt a twinge of pain. than I ever guessed,' Dan said
the tClltimony tion how that the i wasted no time. "I have
Thllt III the first two "Come on, Dad. Let's
r love SO FAit just heard what happened last gentleman became a major general get out of with sincerity
eIIrtelliln people. Sam Jones mentioned are gone and that the Leo Sheridan's career at Oxford :- night, he said coldly "Supposeyou ," he concluded. this he urged. "How sweet of you" answered

a, to ray "" a man would act Church age la what Is now enjoyed In marked by great rolil- tell me the real story, Sheri- j As Lee stood very much moved, I "But I don't want to break up Holly, genuinely touched. She
r gets religion like he but has according to signs given newt. on the part of ltl" clii ,,- dan." the door burst open. With Waver- the fun," Dan protested. looked at him anxiously. "Where's

*," bt Jct after he gets rellff in the Infallible word and which mates, who look on him a. a "There's nothing more to tell tree, Preston, and Ramsey at their Lee led him hastily through the Lee?"

tt t ,W would soon have religion.SM. ." are dally being fulfilled, the personification of American I. head, a group of undergraduates crowd. "I've got to talk to you "At the hotel. and he's pretty

h I. a very practical _taten out church-representing ones." the the "called- conceit Till, feeling<< partly "I don't believe ElBa came to see crowded Into the rom. Preston some place right away." low In his mind. He says he 'phoned -
I t Bride of Christ-Is changes when Lee
but u i ts very uwhen In Its last Token the you." Paul continued. stepped out to speak. "What's the big rush?" Suddenly and you wouldn't se him. That
days and only awaits crew picked to "
like IodopT have religion the I represent the "Why not?" "We gave you a rotten reception Dan realized his son was seri so?
Is like trumpet's call to meet the college against I
It pumper Cambridge.Engaged Sheridan
have It. Bridegroom In the "Because Elsa and I-" when you came up. ous. "All right Lee. I got a room Molly was startled "Of course
''IItef, Out of a dry well. Jesus 4:13-17): Then the air. flat( Thes. with/ In a personal feud Lee realized he would have to W,,..'d like to give you a rather bet- at the hotel. We'll talk up there." not!" she exclaimed. "I never got
put new wine In stage Is set for Paul Beaumont, despite ter I
not I send-off.
do In his father's room. Lee came the message. I've been and
d you Christian Is a new the great tribulation period after I hifact that lie is In love with put on an act for Paul's benefit. waiting
IJOlIle" A which the millennial his sister "So that's It," ha sneered. "I've I "Quite;' Wavertree Bald "Andwe'd straight to the point, pouring out waiting for some word."
things have passed reign of Molly, Lee shields.
lIOn.Old hurt British like to express, not too delicately the whole story carefully steerIng Dan
become new. Christ begins. (Rev. 20:1-4): Paul from dlnrotery when Lisa 1 your pride eh? beamed his belief in her
H 4. AH things "Don't be Insolent!" Paul snap- our disapproval of theDean' around the question of the confirmed. "I thought so! Look
not At Croddock
a Christiandoes Tabernacle on Friday a young married action" real person to blame for Elsa'a
ped. "I want the truth! here, what d'you think about this
Tan out of a young evenings there is splendid attend- woman, come to visit Paul dormitory visit.
Choked with emotion Lee was Lee's face mess Lee's got himself Into?"
Idols woman out of a ance. Last week the lit his rooniH The Dean tmllepH was a study In emotions -
subject of
Kor an But a young Chris- "Theocracy. Democracy, Autocracy Lee the. culprit, and announce aware he must go through with "Thanks, fellows," he said Dan thought for a while. "Is "I don t believe one word of it,
this that all there U to it ?" he "
game. huskily, "but I m taking the eleven son Mr. Sheridan
his heart the same DI- and Bureaucracy' claimed the he will h,' dinmlftHcil ;
bat m "All right it!" finally said.
you'll he o'clock for
n get London. : r
which t Is Imparted to the attention to the profit of all from Oxford. "At-a-glrl! laughed Dan. "Do
present burst out "Elaa been Lee avoided his father's .
and I've "All
right, then we'll take eyes."That's
We have you |we Sherldans know '
I.nfe an old Christian. The story of Christ was told how to pick
playing fide and seek with you to the train." Ramsey grabbedLeo's all. "
L treasure m earthen vessels. in songs by a group of eight and I \PTKIl ELEVEN for a couple of months. Remember arm. "Come on, Yank," he There was a pall He. Then Dan our women?

fflVituralh w. are sinners. Suet this arrangement and presentationhas Lee stood at the window of his those two dates she broke with shouted. "Your public waits without Hiild'Tiiin't: enough for me. It I i at"And the Beaumonts" aren't bad

HmiuralU w'' are ttlnts. We been warmly complimented by room a faraway expression In his you last week ? I heard you telllIlVet.tl'I'e ," don't make sense, you running"roun,1 I .picking their men! she returned. -

bOrn ,m 'Iin. We are born those present at the si-rvlce I eyes ,us, he listened to the tolling i W about It. Well, she I I'Idn't They lifted him to their shoulders with this Crnddock woman, : Then she sobered. "Lee's protesting "
of God. Wte be- This week-tonight the I i IIf I he bells from IICIOHX the somebody, Mr. Sheridan.
ihf kingdom message have to stuy home with and carried him outside. while you keep writing me about I i "Just
by the power of will be brought by Rev Herbert ScHttem was packing the last of rlauflius( That doesn't I thought. Y'know,
ie Christians I She was out with me! I There the. Oxford shell, a big bow' Molly. sound like It's the
'Birds of a feather Amstr of Atlanta Ga. Christian his belongings From time to time I first time that boy's ever
few Birth a And did w? laugh! of black crepe on It?' was being ;you son" Then as Lee didn't lied to There
k ,together One Christian Jew and a treat is In store he looked up at the departing I 't dn 1'" say you had a good guarded by other student' Into o.n"wer'hat: does Molly think thing me. must be" some-
to another for those who hear him. This Friday youth about oil this?" pretty big behind It.
:urally gravitates laugh over !IiI"lIy.110"\ Paul tlila Lee was hoisted! his valises "There "
iitlan People who are so de- evening June 10th special music "Do you remember the first time I II ,lOlm-d. with an Icy stare I.e-I with him Uiiirol organs played "I phoned"" Lee replied with "And I think Is, I Molly know eats quietly."

lnntionally bound they are unfcllnwshlo will again be rendered ',..a. ..L..n.- '...n.,-"Dn". aU.'"..". ................h"....l u IL..Mt ....u",... Trim restraint. "She wouldn't nee "--.r i on uo, _'.- _men. ..the story. __
I we ve got to put
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hove with Chris- .... me
I e ; aCr rw Quad Lee tuined, mistyeyedfor our heads together, and, work fast.
Iwhr' arc not affiliated withr I "No? Somehow. that don't
last look the .
JI CARD OF THANKS I a at college.As We've got to get Lee out of this
mn denomination! are neverrltuall.mlnded We 4: convinced the Bound like her either." "
wish to sincerely thank our Dan was now procession turned Into mess!

people. You many friends and neighbors for 1 v that Lee was holding J High Street large crowds began Pan was convinced, now that (To Be Concluded)

not build a denominational the many kindnesses to us during 1 k pi something back | following and lownfolk crowded Lee was holding something back.

te around x fervent Christian the recent Illness and death of our | out of shops to watch this strange "It makes me sick to think I've NKl'lKLI.K (M'K'KLVKXt'KS
Then, ire enough Christian :Med visit" Lee said blt-
ape your
j beloved wife and mother Mrs W | flight Seated in the shell Lee wait STOMACH: ACIDAclil

jug people in most of the com- R. Jackson and also for the beautiful trying very hard and not too sucI tcily stomach causes heartburn,
.mti'; >,' America to form a I floral offerings. I uesnfully to control his emotions. "Don you worry about that" gas and Imllgetttkm. You can neutralize -
toiuhij' ) (iMuh of real spiritual | At this far U.'ti: said, a plan already forming
W. R. Jackson and family very moment, not off this acid quickly by taking
''I. I'oiild get together ir his mind lie picked his hat"Von .
Cot Dan Sheridan up
WitS stepping out of a spoonful of IIljma-Hex: In a glassof
'rt mill ij>'i together without ---+-- -- I taxicab the know," he said! "Doc WII-
i Healing noises and witcr after every meal. It Is
(II" ingle denominational \\1<: \\'.THV,.lt 2'j' Years 1 teeing the crowds, he stopped to 11.mis would never forgive. me If delicious tasting. Buy n bottle of
Jlrlplf i single denomlnatlonconvi Some one naked Ray H. Al>nim I didn't give his old college the
i "k on. His' face lighted up as he I no doses for BOc today lit the Rex-
"')orV<. lalk about mak- professor of soclalogy of the University ,, taw his son being carried, aloft ice-over." nil Drug Store --Carpenter's DrugStore

of Pennsylvania, how long ( ailing: oat he elbowed his way' Mik.ng: n few Inquiries Don : In Still'keI .

the average widower waits flf.?, :hiough t the dense mob. Finally. p o ceded. .directly, to St Cynthlii's ---
.. = his wife's death before I (.""HtKr! A few minutes later he ,.cif' c..iaest
,.t4 1'4 t' remarry tho:'e the din Lee heard him. Ills 'DT'P:] f It :"' cu"
.''t. ing. The professor checked ovei fore dropped, wan waiting In the hallway. I \loup.nsufSlon.h.

4t .' .(ebon't! a/ the latest volume of "Who's WhoIn j Stop! Please!" he called ( Thi'i'i', was a look of eagei expectancy : IJViUlJo Ulc...., Indigestion
: America" and found the names ''I've to down on Molly's face ax she
got' get JUl.l' Bloating,Gal,Heal Ibum,Belcliino,
I Neglect Them, I of 1,333 widowers listed who had i| The shell-bearers showed came down the stairs. She stoppedIn I Nausea, gat a rue sample of L'DGA

Nunn. ?l __dmlim..h. her th task. kidney: la to heap.to da the aCi. given both dates in question. The r2 I't prise, but acceded to his pleas i bewilderment an she saw her and a frt Interfiling. booklet at
lofting, blood stream fra of an .._ ofedt average of Intervals between the Lee leaped from the bout and visitor hat In hand, smiling at herFur
'mpurllln Tha act of living-lift a moment she hesitated I CARPENTER'S
death of wives and of ;
e.u- m eoniuntly produHni wastaMiiifr remarriages threw his arms around Dan. .. .
U* blood th'U kldncva KOOO health mutt la ntmova to endure from widowers in these 1,333, Instanceswas i heard those bells'>' Lee said, Lee'n mouth hardened 'Suppose "Dad I'!" he exclaimed. "Didn't --- ----- -.t.-- --.-.----'-------.-----. ,--_-------- --

SMo lh. kldn>yi all to funotloa approximately two and 1 one- of'iv 'You told me I'd hear them von leave her out of this1'It'o you get my wire?"

MM Noun that IntMidarf may,our tKara body-wtda.la ratantloa dl of*> half years.--\Vall St. Journal all my life a little late for that I told Dan grinned broadly. "No, son KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME

Its,.,Ont':may wan natilnf: baekacha The gentlemen alwayp say that I hei. once what an outsider you Say, I've never seen you look
ptiV t Bt ht.daehostt.c oof dlaalnaoaj MILS. I. C BIcCAUE, Lady Attendant
:',"pi t CsIt .Wad purU Ing all of God's people one by organically I the bells ha.veI special sound on were but unfortunately she believed better. Oxford's been good to you." I I
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a v f>mii bt"lunlicr:ii.Manty or fcaralnc' rijujK I All Christians are made one al- ters replied.' found out In time!" shell. "Go on, get back In there. 43 W. Church-Phone" 4-.... SO St. George Phone 27
avldaoe I of Udaa> .5
Mldtr dloturban_ ready. We are one In Christ. It "Dad wanted especially: to meet Paul turned on his heel and left. I'll wait. -- --- -----
tha ..
t tllurtUc raranl nxlkln.l 'and to prepar b.fp tba Hoatmaal UdMy Is not a matter of organization; you, Scatters. But I can't let him Lee stared after him with a tor- "No, Dad l," Lee said, putting his

In f.'rid Dma ol nose Pill polaonoua body It Is a matter of life contacting I I coma here just as I am leaving. tured expression on his face. arm around Dan. He turned quickly UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Tkay ban
.Iku'forty voare of public approval.had mpr:: ro* life. The Bible speaks of the Body I I've wired him to the boat that AH Scatters rejoined Lee a confused to the crowd. "Fellows," he

[ @a'MdtrMd..Sold tlw at counlry all dm*ovar.atoraa.UNIPffil.laalal .k I of Christ. Christ Is the Head. |I I'd meet him in London today. ; muimcr:, of sound was heard culled out "this is my father." I L. C. McCABE President Juckitoin\ Flo.

II Saved people form the body. Suddenly there was a knock at :rom the Quad Lee started. Then meaningly he added, "lie's I

I II I Thank God; for the grouping to- ': the door It was Paul who entered "What's .this'' Another debag- come all the way from America. Industrial Life Insurance

I gether in fellowship of the saints'of 'I' ,ih Sc-ntteis left, cloning the door glng"" he asked I to see me row against Cambridge 'I 0, I. SAIT. Hfi rfwntiitl\e
God in many parts of the world. behind him "Oh. no. sit not this time." There. wan a moment of hushed

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remember him day in .l
every things. Dad with something for his '
the year and keep him from AND SEE HOW .

Worrying about grocery bills PLEASED HE IS FINE SHIRTS, white stripes, solids $1.00 to $1.50 car.WESTERN ({ uz I'II '

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hard so that you might have all the comforts anyone else's. If you don't be- up and take notice !' '

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and I 1581;;;! i ....1.1'! ';, '
Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE 1 i tn the obituary for Mrs. E. T. ; The two and a half year old son the unpaid., 'laze.* r.., I I'o
toolh' Ini '
I: I If 1 harpe: last* week'it wax' stated that 1/.' J.oIeplVllilums./ of Rulford I in ': H.8.;; ,.i

Established 1877 Ii i TO (CLASSIFY Mrs Shirpe had survived her hus- j illiti:: this week In a Jacksonville ALSO. H'j "f| ,

tmd.: This Is fncorrect na Mr. hospital of injuries sustained when SMIII, .T.. I M it ,, >
and Entered as Second Class : STA11KEAND I n r ."''''tllv.. i. KAV"ecremrr. harpe Is olive and well Alsosurviving u gnHoline-heuted lion being used tainliia Thu'taxttn, 20 ti AI, "i I..H.. ,"I"!?,',;1. :"' I.4..
Published Weekl.on Fridays :
BRADFORD COUNTY Ptotlaii. I'ren A..... are two grandchildren, |Iin the Williams home exploded.Committee hy I certlfli-u-o. v':J T, "'' 'It.: !
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida III2D and l$ u n."I"| ,I" I,, Vi
J. H. I Shurpe:: of Miami and Em- "reHent" the unpaid 1 'iJ,,, r' I '
.. ; of Jacksonville. I years. 1BZ8 to I9:1R.: .. '" .
-. -- -- I At the invitation ot Ftoridas'Sugar mett Harvey Meets a-niountlna to |7t .1 i 'II i ,.

E. L. Matthews ______ __ ___________ Editor and Owner FOR LACK of something; betterto Daddy" Clarence R. Bit AT.HO: E'" of N-i|:' ,. N "
The Executive >
do. It i U Interesting to go county NKM of NE'V. He '
.. . -- ting, I journeyed to Clewlston the Working 112 B.. I'll ', ,
_. - -" -- -- -- --- nosing around the rental shelf Cemetery Committee met In the court contululiiK 7n
other day to attend housewarming more or loss. AThe ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE of the library and see who has of There will be a continued work house Tuesday afternoon and taxen .
the ,
opening to
occasioned by 'Ii. ""]ii .,, ,
been reading what lately. The ing at Kingsley Lake Cemeteryuntil elected the following officers: W. by certificate ?. '
Yearly $1.50; Six: Months 73c-Payable In Advance process i la simple. You simply the new Clewlston Inn. the cemetery Is cleaned. All B. Alexander re-elected chairman; reset l Uland the 1934 MNpeifi"''',Slid i'. ."II*:
Like everything unpaid '
Advertising Rates on Application"HOBBY" turn to the back of the book. What a party interested please come and bring Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, vice-chair year. 1930 to i aB. tap h"1., ,", ,rot I
that Bitting, has. hand in, It wasa "'''oIu,
where the librarian keep her tools and lunch next Thursday, man; E. A. Sapp secretarytreasurer. amountIng to t2on.sc j
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The discomfort Acre
glorious success. .r
card record and there you will June 18. NEIl of NW'4 WI. ,
FARMERS of miles
two hundred .
driving "
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find the signatures that are a J. L. SILCOX. cOOtSitlitit,, I
of agriculture In the rain'was offset many times more or I".... Arr
Nathan Mayo, state commissioner dead give-away as to the taste The ..."... tu l h" iij I
last week of over by the warmth of the welcome Agent Attends Camp certificate .ir. V f'S'
worthy undertaking when he proposed Starke reading public. by NOR. 225 .
hit upon a extended by our genial host A. Moore 19.11: and 1936 re"peMhv:: | :hlrenent
What a boon for those who are Percy T. "
in County Agent K. McClane the I
that men of wealth be prohibited from engaging agricul- and the good people of Clewiaton. unpaid taxa, fur
anxious to make an Impressionan Percy A. Moore, former city employee Jr.. will not be in the office during years IBao to IK.IN.: Ith, : |
off the losses from their in. After a careful Inspection of the amountIIIK to $32 fis: Inclmj
to charge
ture "as a plaything an acquaintance! For Instance of Jacksonville, died Tues the coming week as be is tak- AlsO: N'A( of NW'4'
splendid new hotel it was easy to NWI\
come from other sources." If you know you are to day night at his summer home on ing the Bradford County ..H Club SU 1.of NWiOf N \ NIswV.
wantedto \
understand why Clarence of NWH' Serin"R.
Such action Mr. Mayo said, would reduce competition be thrown with a certain party "throw a party." Strictly modern Kingsley Lake. He is survived by boys to the Ocala National Forest 22 K.. conlalnltiir 80" p'rr,.
with whom you might have his widow and by a daughter, :MIllSHa.zel to attend the annual summer "nore or le j
with bonafide farmers and would increase markets for those very little In common to talk In every respect fireproof, it The taxen to he will I ) .u .., ,
Moore who attended high camp. "
5 230 t' \
equals In appointments and comfort r'lIC'i. .llflm.Or and
who follow agriculture as a livelihood. about you can run to the libra school here last year as the family .--- : 11134: .,,,:t i ;}
ry. see what he has been readIng any hotel in the state. lhe\a'rt..t\!!; !;" for the v.,1'i
had been staying at the lake since ,
of the prices Inclitsisto :;; ::
raising I :
"There are only two possible ways and spend a few houra with There is something thrilling Mr Moore suffered a stroke of 1Jl rs. A vie Ann Howard $222.03. ,111, I

of agricultural products! the commissioner said. "One is by the same book. Then when you about a trip Intq the heart of the paralysis last October.He Mrs. Avie Ann Howard 59, died Kite ATSo""i.otH 24 Town 3, ..f 4. -I l.. ,,, i vi .

authority which met him at the dinner table or 'glades country and while I have riv., Hun 23 ', ,WTMy. ,1 I '
pegging prices arbitrarily by government I was born in Green Cove Monday in her home near Lawtey Tp I i.> |
across the bridge table traversed the area around Lake The taxe to he "<>l II l .n I \
will pyramid surpluses and the other is by reducing acreage. you Okeechobee times I never Springs but moved to Jacksonville following a brief Illness. Funeral l by certificate Nni> nil!) .r I .l "
only to "Have many
say you services held irprncent the
were Tuesday afternoon unpaid 1 < "
"To increase demand by paying higher wages to consumer -' rend so-and-so" and the conversation fall to get a kick out of a return thirty years ago and was a city at two o'clock at the ,I yearn, ,, I'133! to 111". "I.i, "i iam ,'II I'l'!.l,!
employee. for twenty-two years. graveside a t tu $ '
and putting more people to work has been attempted I Is off to a fine start.If trip and nmalways at the devel- Dr. M. B. Herlonjr of Starke In .J Dyal Cemetery. Arrangements ALHOhotM: S::317.I t 1 1:11 1 ,
you are too lazy to to nnmpnl and rrfltPMM_ rot. thlM. won-.. .. .! of I.awtev W uf. .III l!.\' ." ,.
no u --- .
and only meagerly succeeded. d'f; : was among the honorary pall bear- were in cnarge or Key-MC- 5SR.2E..
this trouble perhaps the following section.You era at the funeral services which Cabe Funeral Home of Jackson The taxea to lie "".kl .11', .1.. ,..
"Throughout the United States there are men with capi- list will be of some help to must personally visit the ville. Mrs./ Howard Is survived by I hy cerllflcnte Ni. :' ... I "
were held Thursday morning id 1931 and 1913: rcip", tu I "K ,,,
tal invested in farming who do not farm for a living, but you.'EZEKIEL'. Everglades country to really appreciate Jacksonville. five daughters: Mra. Bessie Crews rvavnt I he unpaid\ .l mvear \. 1
19HO: : to 1 m.if, :: i I... ,
charge off some of their income tax by operating farms at a it and no one knows --. of Lnwtey Mrs. R. U. Parmenter I atnonntlnir, to $31.23 "
I (written aa chlldren's Florida well who has not made at and MI.". Jessie Davis. of Stnrke. A 1.5(1< :,One Lot ,vn v, ,, '

loss. In the aggregate, millions of dollars worth of farm book but read mostly a by- least one trip to this strange and W. Ii. Jackson Mrs. Nettle Crawford of Orlando Hounded I*. .. A. N a liy. .11. ,f X',' i I",I. ":.', .I

crops: are produced and put on the market in competition with iidults In Starke) : Grace Wainwright enchanting section. There is nothing Mrs. W. R. Jackson 50. died In anti I Mra. Linnle Crawford of Tam I of MWtey W of Rj s', ,: T,
B S. R. 2S
bonafide farmers. Mrs. L. A. Canova. Eu. like it anywhere else and her home In Hampton early Sun I pa: four sons J A. ant, M. C. Tin taxes to 13.l.o Holil .,, '. ,

I nice Searing. Ethel Biggs. Ruby while other states may boast of day morning, May 22 after an ill- CfTwford of Brooker WaIte ''by certificate No. 7IL1 I ,.1 r rreprexDnt I I.
"Bonanza farming by absentee landlord is a curse in any their snow-capped mountains or the unpaid iu\t .' 10.,
Sllcox Myrwin Long. Lucille ness of several months duration. Ciawford of Winter Park and y-ai-M 19.12 to 19.18, l.tiilllliiMintlnK Inolu

country. The laborers employed on these large plantations Kennedy. Florence Wood and rugged leacoasta none can offer Funeral services were held In Santa I Henry Crawford of Starke; a sister to 34661. >l

could! be better employed! by allowing them to work their own I Gayle Sewell. I anything-_ ft_ -,._as_unique_._+._I_...and_ '.--I..A interesting __. Fe cemetery near Hampton : Mrs. Vinle__ Hightower i of i an Ar_ "'1:1):O 1 .:-.5 Lot a. 40 It. In 22 WonrtlF KI .. ,.,. .n.": "o. .,5,I II
aa uui IUJ'BI.CI luua 6"'uc" Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock miMes; ana a Half-brother Tom I 1 ir Acren, more or !..'
land. Other nations nave seen proper to lorce large acreagesto Tlie taxes to he Bold .u i.. v ,|I.|
I "THE BIBLE To I vividly recall my impressions with the Rev. John Dixon. of Crawford of Jacksonville. by i-eillflcate! No. M', 'it I ,_Nrepreiient
be divided and sold to small purchasers. We had better Designed of the Everglades as gained from Jacksonville, officiating. Interment the unpaid ins" i tyears t
Rend As Living Literature"but 1927 to I 11.11: bIt, ,
: do that than have peasantry in this country to be followed by ( apparently not designed to a picture In my school geography, was in Santa Fe cemeteryalso. MtTICK OP KI.KtTHWBy iimountlnir to $2019 n i ?
I which led me to assume that the Pall bearers the power vexted In them the AI.-.". vVVu of Lot I 17i'i', i ,
revolution," Mr.\ Mayo concluded.The be read fit all In Starke) has were nephewsof Hnuril nf, f'ulilla IiiMtructlnn for I'. .1 II. .12 In WiindliiuTl ,
entire area was nothing but a gigantic Mrs. Ilnuirnrcl. -
I had four renters Jackson. County liprehy calls an > S. R 22 J"n': i lt ,,
only far iK u;
so :
commissioner's suggestion deserves than diamal'swamp populatedby "lection In ThefHNMil Hub Ht'honl PlH- AIIMH. mine or lent.Th .
more pass- Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. Jean- Surviving the deceased are her trtot :N'o 1 and Hampton' Htit /HrhonlDlHtllil ''a"-.. to be ul iI l .
ing attention. Real "dirt farmers" have long resented "dab.r ette Young :Mrs. H. V. Knight snakes reptiles and savage red husband; three daughters Mrs. Nil. 2 to )10.. hel.l July 6th I by pertlftrate No 84< i
I skins.I ItUft In the Th rtMPH /Nchnn tlollHttand i-i.pii--i-nt" the unpaid .
bling" on the part of men who farm more or less as a hobby Mrs. Miriam Belcher. Ha! All Eliza Hall, and Mrs. Llnnie Brown In the City Mall In the town ofH..moon yearn, 1112 to IH.IH: 10,1 t,,"thainountliiHT ]\, i
women too--notice? venture to say that there are of Hampton; and Mrs. Altle Stringer to ilrtvfmlne whether or to $68 61.AUSit .
and are not dependent on it for a living. They will welcome countless thousands In America to. of High I Inn. District No. t Hhall oonHollilntpwith : ttWk,, of Itlk, i ,S 'I.I
Springs; a stepson Hampton' Dlxirlct No.2. to W fi NB'. of M\\ I I. .ii.
any steps that Mr. :Mayo takes in carrying out his proposal. I "TO HAVE and Have Not" by Jay who still hold' that view and G. W. Jackson of Jacksonville; elect three truMteex. and determine. M'bfliv 2K> Acren Hoc? !! T
will continue to hold it until the I ( h* ntnount of mlllitjre to hn Anniifett A a It. 22 C., cuttaliiig: :y \, r,
Ernest sisters Mrs. Lee of
------- (b-. I Hemingway has been Flnley aKillnnt aid rontmlMated diet,'tot Plot, or less
4 I enjoying quite a run among c'ay' when they peisonally travel Lake Butler; Mrs. Pink Thornton I for the vrimiliifr two yearn. The The taxes to he Hold nn- -vlrten
SYMPATHY SHOULD NOT RULE JURIES for RHld election will be ,
I mnnnK"f
: hv-
certificate No. 9Hd
the marvelous velvet smooth high of Baldwin and .1 i i I' :
readers here (It must definitely ; Jannle Riley THEHKSaA: :! : represent the unpaid tnx. .
Knowing very little of the "extenuating circumstances"and I HAVE something) : Mrs. D. ways that stretch straight aa a of High Springs; a brother, Char Cleveland Sullivan yearn 1932 to 19IN both ->..i i ]luxij i '.

other elements that might have entered into the slayingby I, E. Knight. Mrs. L. F. Chapman, string through mile after mile of lie Rlgdon of DeLand; six grandchildren Clyde HerHeyJaiueH Swindle' amountlnit Said tax certificates to $24.85., together '.

Mrs., H. V. Knight Mrs. N. fertile farm land and prairie coun and several nieces and W. a. 81 b ley all autmequent uniltted '"i' lltaxe
sixteen-year-old Donald Carroll of his eighteen-year-old I HAMPTON: : will he Hold to th Hlglx
I nephews. Mrs. Jackson
Sternberg. Ethel Biggs D. A. try.There I was a I J. H. Saxon bidder at the Couithotine duor
sweetheart Charlotte Mathiesen, we probably aren't qualified Montelth, Kitty Hogsed Jos. E. Is a fascination that attends devoted member of the Hampton Have Swindle Htarke on the 241 h., da\ ., little

to criticise the verdict of "not guilty by reason of insanity" i,I i Wilson Ruth Sternberg. Ruth I the drop from the lower Christian Church. Funeral direction -I L'hnrlle J-ff Perry Hull 1).Dated 1938 at Thl.11:00:the o'clock 4th. da'A ":M' J"

Rowe, Mrs. Elmo R. Struth, ridge section Into the upper 'glades was by the Wilson Co.. of 6-10-41-7-1. A. n 1938.OFFICIAL.
that in last week the of
was brought by jury middleaged married -
| and I ( SKAL)
Madge Whlgham, Beverly Cady, the scene changes from rolling Lake City.

men. However, on the face of the story as presented by i I Louise Peek and T. R. Young. pine and grove-clad hills to grass fly the MOTK'K Power OP vested.:'..Jo'TIC In them: Th Clerk A J. THOMAS of Circuit. Court .,

the more conservative newspapers, it seems as if this verdict' What la this strange power that covered prairie' set off with cypress -i I A. D. Williamson Dies noard of Public Instruction ol II-10-3t-6-U.Bradford County FloridaJ.
Hued ford
strands'tied County, Florida hereb)
might be the United Hemingway has ? pierced by lazy rail an "I"cllon to be held
one more perfectly good reason why | that1 Allen D. Williamson 69 for. or
waterways teem with busy I TueeIay July 6, 1918 at the churrr
States in among the world leaders in crimes of this type. "CONVERSATION fish and harbor tropical water fowl morly agent for the eaboard:: AirLine .11 V..I..I.I.. Sub School Dlnlrtct -.-'-' '' -." ..
at .
Midnight"by V o. 10 of tlntilfoid County for the ., .,..j :..: :
here and
the "
I Edna St. Vincent awkwardly flapping themselves past twenty- i j purport" of pl.ctlnir three trunteeNa '>'.,.., : ,
During the five-day trial the jurors heard Donald tell Millay ( the inland at your Japprouch. six: years their representative In I j "'! fixing- tin mlllage for the en- / ...., .. ,i'

how he and his sweetheart entered into a suicide pact as be j only volume of verse on the the Bradenton territory. died at suing two year.. ... ./ ,
rental: shelf) : Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Drainage and'tlood control has ; For the iiiirpotfe of holding said .t" .. .
ing the best out of that threatened in his home there Thursday morning elnctlnn. the following are \ / .. ,
way a romance to end Ruth Sternberg. Madge opened a large section of this area j appoint 'i : ..,;:
d an .....
of last week. He was agent here manager .
disgrace. He testified however that after he had shot Charlotte VMhlgluim, Mrs. Jeanette Young. to cultivation and today thousands I., r... Norman I ... '
for about I ., l Ik
only .
f\t ar>. .... ..I trtVt AI than t ha *,O IAVP ff I eighteen months kirby Crew 1" .
the sight of her lying there gasping out her life made -- the-Nile- -o I but had many f i lends here who A. B.: WhitehaaDrew ''I
"MAN the Unknown,' an effort annually 1 contribute to Rpddlsh
him think of nothing but trying to save her. I to answer the question of "whatIs / the nation's food supply. | will remember both him and his I 6-10-lt-T-l. k k'I
wife the former Belle Richard
Perhaps if we had attended the trial we might have felt man" and "what Is his futuie. Termed" the nations "Sugar who survives him. KOTK.HNOTICR I
j pretty if Bowl the possibilities in the direction IS I1I .
deep stuff so I n JulVI :/ that
differently, but from here it seems that the jurymen let their you pick a conversation with of sugar production In the Mr. Williamson retired last September -I the County AHMHHKor of TuxeM for i

sympathy for a bewildered, frightened boy make them forget I I these you'd better watch your 'glades ha hardly been scratched having practically grown with Bradford the Hoard County of, )Florida County, will(',,"iini meet Ie.I I _

and continued development In this up with the Seaboard Railway Co. I .NloniM'H, of sail County In the Of I
Mrs. Jeanette
the fact that he was none the less a murderer. The fact that step: Young. Mrs. II 'fire of the Clerk of Circuit Court'
t Edward direction awaits only the lifting of His! first job was at Zellwood as .
Burns Mrs. H. V. | at Starke. PMoilda, at 10:00: o'clock
he decided not to kill himself after he had shot his sweet- Knight. Mrs. K. G. Duncan sugar quotas that will permit the station agent and in November i A. .II. July 4th., A. I>. 1K3S, for the

heart might indicate that he was in fair possession of his. Mrs. E. K Ferryman, Mrs. H. planting of vast areas suitable for 11896 he was transferred to Apopka 'Ipuipune receiving: <>f testimony livurliiir" I an complaint to th I *> *value and' !!I E11031 ,

faculties and was not as insane as the jurors stated. I It B. McLendon Mrs. L. A. Canova cane production.All |1111 telegraph operator with the job Leslie Florida roily point with prideto i'as station master later added.
Biggs Annie A. Fra- TuJeun on III" AMnexHinenl Itoll'
t Justice should be tempered with mercy but men and L zee, Ruth Sternberg Mrs. MIriam what has been accomplished by !I I In February 1808 he was promoted f",r the yeui', lit,Id. and for the
Pt tn* of |if.|'f'.t'tlnir. p"r'j
women sitting in judgment on a fellow man who has committed j i Belcher Mrs. Joe Hill Williams the United States Sugar Corporation I to the agency at Coleman "uallxliiK Huch aMMeNHmentK.receiving J;,

R. T. Cnldwell."MATHEMATICS In the development of a great I i I 'n Sumter County and gained wide t 'itinty AxHeNNor' of Taxen and the i,
a crime should not allow themselves to be affected by the I .. linn.'"I 0' "h'"''V ..........Iul..nn_ .-
Industry here and If you would ex-!J I. experience: In handling perishable i/i.,: ;;:.".,lIII: tIC'I In 'xvHxion; from; day; to I 7;' /i9I 4.30Jiti

mere personal appeal of the one on trial. Their sympathy ( for the Millions perlence a real thrill you should I I products. He served in other station -I I..'- fur one werk or AM long a. b"l a/Xi

might better lie with the next victim of some romantic youth ," written in the vain hope plan your visit to Clewlaton so aa agency capacities until June ]i I n'eee.try.All perxoim. owning* property Hub- ; ,t ?iikI ad".1dii

himself of making arithmetic popular, to arrive during the cane harvestIng 1902 when he was promoted to the |Hft to axxexxment In KtadfordI I 501/ _
who. followed the story of Donald's crime and thinks to I I County Florida,, are notified to appear
has been too much for season. are always post of traveling freight
agent .
eveiyonebut ,, at mich ineetliiH:. or meetlng-M, 3.1511y
: "lIe got away with it. Why can't U"o Grace Wainwright, and welcome at the, mill! and sugar and in January 1911 was ,,10 make Much complulntu or give

Jean Davis. At least they rented house and the trip Is very much ferred to Bradenton. In tranll-I:; any mien property testimony real ax to or the pemonal value ax of y $5C

POETS INTERESTED IN SAVING RUNE I it. and we sincerely hope worthwhile.The was made general agent of the I|>',, fixed l hy the County A""PH"or" of '_
of Clewl ton Is beautl'ully upon his AMxexMnient, Holl a* ,
city Manatee-Sarasota
It. '
they enjoyed territory which thev .
Another instance of misdirected sympathy is being : lid out with modern homes / position he held until his retire-1 I j may, liy ditnlre.tllvett 01'.101' of the Board of 6.03-16

shown by an organization of poets who are interesting them- "I MET a Gypsy" (sounds romantic xnd well kept grounds. The whole ment. County County, CommlXfitonerH Florida' June of tlth.Biadford, A t> $10:

Paul confessed of his wife doesn't It? ) : Mrs. W. M. community has a prosperous. and I .-- .: IK.'lt: I
selves in the case of Bunge slayer I It A. J. ; r .....JII1iOODp
I Wtmberly. June Smith Hilda progressive appearance. Those i I Names THOMAS Clerk. _

and two children in Tampa recently. Houston. Jos. E. Wilson Evelyn I employed in the sugar operations i If you're one of those people i :>(,'t'!< K Of .. "..: OK TI \\: EA'I

Bunge's attorney has received a letter from the Poet Stump Mrs. B. C. Prince are all well housed and well cared I I i who wouldn't name a child John- I! i 18 nwriKirATr"NOTICB : tlMiKHV lIVEN; that I

Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy. Mrs. J. for and seem well satisfied. I found''''or Mary as the sex may be-be. I I..:. A. Happ hnn filed with me written
Laureate League, Inc., of Washington, D. C., saying that the II. Lord. this spirit existed among the colored cause It's too common you might i I, nether ri-onext with that all the tax certlflcatea lo- I SPEEDWAYOur
nnliHequent omitted
: organization was interested in the case "because of the workers as well as the white. like to visit the Brooklyn public ..r levied tax,,," hrlil by the State be

i humanitarian principles involved" and because Bunge is a LIVE Alone and Like* It" (oh Citizens are particularly proud of library where you can take your advertised bidder fur and rauli Mold ax to provided the htgheat by avInfUt low! Speedway price spell U built real

yeah ?) : Mrs. D. E. Knight their town and the Industry and pick of 969,000 names listed there. Chapter 1295 of 19.17 acts of and
poet. The league is considering defense aid, it was stated. I the L. lxlnture. p'. net I guaranteed for life by
.rs. A. S.:Crews, Mrs. Jeanette have just cause to be. Samples: Basllne, Earllne Earth- dcHcrlbed roil. eetate' In the following County Goodyear-th*greatest name

;, The fact that a man is a poet or the fact that he is youthful Young. Grace Walnwrlght The lake region and 'glades area line Cello Emleta, Floroyne Gur- of Bradford State of Florida to- In rubber!

does not make the murder he commits any less a crime. Rhoda ZeIgler (now Dampier), Is i a prosperous and promising section deon, Homlnous Honey Nerver- wit.All: 9W'-. of SKV4 H of Branch .._ _, ___. I

Mary Canova. that has much to offer the tls. Ordinary, Shulamlth Vlctlla.Zipperath..St. Mec. I II Tp. II H. II. 20 K. contain, 0-. o..
And just HO long as we allow our sympathies to run away homeseeker and Investor alike. Petersburg Inde log 20 Ace". tltore or I Ivmm. dyer
The taxeH" to lie AU-Weather a.a
with us in cases of this kind so long will this country lead "THE ARTS" by Hendrick Wlllem Every Floridian should visit this pendent. l.y certificate No..old 4 and are 68 evidenced of 1931 riue nfecy .,

the parade in the number of homicides committed annually.NO Van Loon: nobody. Don't part of the state and tourists who __ ind he unpaid 193.1 rexpectlvely mace for the and year reprenent 1930 More mileage eefefy. .. ... .that..1.1, "I"prti.'
tell us I Starke:: doesn't have any would really know Florida will Appreciation t" If.18. both Incluplve amounting- lloo bloweul. peoteethrllebuaur'..
I 0- ait lovers. We'll reserve judgment find a few days spent here a thrilling "There goes a man," a local merchant to 110.HK.AU4O premium.but!a low A. _&** I

REST FOR TIlE POOR VOTER tor a week or so for this and enjoyable: experience. remarked the other day K'Xi!' of: SW'NU <,of Sec.8KH II of To.NWVi C S. H.* price. u

l As one of our exchanges recently remarked it seems as Is a comparatively new book for whom turn. I have done many a 20 more K..or conlalnlnic lens. 100 Acre,

.. and the weather has been the yard and Dearly smothered good I have carried him on I The taxeit to lie noli. are evidenced
if there will be no rest for the poor voter this spring, sum- hot I my books when he was without hy certificate No. 20 and (3 of t GOOUYEA2THUCK
mighty lately. fourteen kid before :
their anxivua l .!0 and
mer or fall. .- ._.._ ___... __..... .u_ .L._ .nO work and when sickness consumed -. -., .ft.. *..19.1.1<- : :. rvxpectlvely: ... and rep- _
ujituiua "cuuiu uig ineni out UIIMWIU -" stir toe

The two primary elections are now history, but other important .V LITTLE story concerning Lex from under the skypiece. alwaya most treated of his him pay checks.and I have yearn tiumintlnir la'"I t to,, $lain 205.GO., both inclunlve r.'l1L (
Green and his famous fairly gen- Al_"O ; :
head- MO1
: nt SFI" K*. I A
.\ ones are in the offing and promise to keep Mr. and erously. When the last chain In I'i 'J.
gut comes to us by way of the UNCLE SAMMY Grlffls takes this grocery t : I I'o .NW'i. of: .NKV:, )': TIRES

:I Mrs. Public puzzling for weeks to come over which name is Perry News which says: "Ev column to task for having came to town he quit me and M. It. 30" I K.KK. c 1O"lalnln.T6 Cor Hec. 14 Acre Tp. *, _

most deserving of an "X" mark. eryone who knows Congressman omitted son ,*inter !sting items 'in nave* not wondered traded a with good me since.times I The more taxew or Ices.to ne ...I.i. are ,evidenced Let n* help you elect the

I Lex Green knows him at concerning: hU first (and prob. many >"V.: certlfli-iite. NUN. 10 and 33 of 19.11 ripe toOtroar
An election to determine whether the Boatdrain and his since If It pays to do good turnsto tnd IJ.14: rel>pect>vely, and lepfenent Truck Tire
sight by twelve gallon hat. last to .
ably ) trip Jacksonville. .
ill. ..
unpaid .
"X. far .UrM
some Are the year ISMO iaallng need. A
Starke sub school districts will consolidate will be held June Tother week when Lex spokein V hat scared him most be says they capable to IV1H. both InrlllMlve, aniuuntlnic,
oJ: appreciating when Chang ot size mean
they have 0 fIJ3.10. or type can
21, and others will be held in the Hampton, Theressa. and Perry Jas. R. Jackson came was the fact that just before bsen fairly treated ?" We can't AroNl: I..... 4, S .,f Rita tl New dollar in your pocket! Come In
in the front dor of
the court they got In town he looked of NKV, *1
4 Vanderbilt districts on July 5. house Just before the Congressman down and the truck was passIng dozen newer that one. We have a half 1'1.A IVW"l'.tFN'v It.! tO: B.. ', See zi"lTj,. 6 -no obllg-atlon.
on our books that
; begun his talk and when OVER a train. then a little we feel The taxe to be cold i are evidenced -
And then in the fall there will be the regular General the
way about.-Tltuavllle by certificate No,. 14 and
asked where he had been he farther on he looked up and 1* of tail
Election at which Florida voters will ratify the results of the slid: 'Just been out In the yard the train was passing OVER ';tar-Advocate. the iml unpaid lull 'r..p..llv..IY.tales( fur the and year repreHent 1IJO!

Democratic primaries and will also vote on constitutional clearing a space for Mr. Greento the truck. Riding over and under Joseph Her<
amendments proposed by the last legislature.It throw his hat while he talks. a train all in the same day ('rlntWith a recipe for stuffed cabbage "1"0: Lot I nf Blk 23 !New
Why two years ago when he got is moat too much excitement. River In BV, nt NKVi of Sec
wrich he sold to a magazine 23: 4 Wi
won't be a dull season if elections can pep things up. warmed up he threw his hat In1 Uncle Sammy says. I under his wife s by-line. I 5. n. 20. K.of. NW4! Seu. 14 Tp. Starke Fla.

The taxe to be sold I are- evidenced ,

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