Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02650
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 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
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02650
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bIished 1877 Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payabl-in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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I Ij HAS ONE If E. Lagergren, civil engineer, r //. E. Lagergren 23 BUS ROUTECONTRACTS

surveyor and beloved writer of

I the early days in Starke, died!! at ,

|BY f LIGHTNING I[ YEAR TO GO his home here nhoitly after mid- ,

I II I night Sunday. He was eightynixvcnrs !: I

I : old. nnd death follower an I -

Was rloifing In Field Many Property Owners lie Illness was of unable several to days rally.from which I [(('ydoneStarkerit.'e la

During ThunderStorm I *I lime Taken Ad'alltage He had lived in thla county I Highest fold On

since 1979 and probably knew
Of Its Terms List
I more of the facto concerning\ j

: "irlv settlement, Its geography, 1 ---

A '"' i ash of lightning ,, On ThmsUay last week House ind Its land rharacti-rlstlCH than i Twenty'three conducts for bus

itn ". i lest ruction in its I Im: 390 -tlie o-calkd "Muiphy Iii any other living perconHlnlmnr I routes during the 1938:M 1 nrhool

V inv ifteinoon when ';11\\" or "Low4llatax redemption Edward, LajrcTRicn WTB i term were nwaitlcd. by the School '.
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,..oils of electricity t law" \snsrto e.'eRr old. "H>in In ,Tonkoplnir, Sweden on Board at II meeting held here Mon-

IrlT ,l .t lick and Instantly I. During the yffir' while this law March 20( 1852 He canu- to thiMcountry I (diiy They are as follows! and for

kllle 1.11 (;Ideon Crawford. I I ,(\I: been operative many parcels In June 180D. lived foi awhile I an eight-month period except
living three miles In Ciirmdn, Illinois uml olhpipliccs wheie noted
I -,,.- -', >i Kind have been clt-areil of back :
.' before making his first Tom Williams RouteJO..
I iwtey
faC !
'\\ taxes: under this law, at a action
hrmo In this section at the old Boyd $38.18.Hoattlrain .
In his ,
ahoeing of the total
', fIjrawber< II i \\ amount of taxes due.
',:h with four other "umlell place on Klngoley Lake E. Lewis $83/ 00.
\ pai I
r the sudden electrl- ( r1i $, Many other pieces of property On December 5. 1880 he was mari i I \Voodlnwn, __A J, M. Ueddillh-
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pei1fl I still have outstanding tax certiflates {
rain came up. Haying rled to Delia May Tumblin. now i I $40.00.
calstorn-) i : (' against them that owned
the deceased. [ I Heilbronn Mrs E. B WellsI -
tt reai >f the lightning I '"Y the State. Under the
Murphy I
their Having the advantage of only : $13.00.
len. or rh<' soil continued I Vice-President John N Garner and companion Ross Brumfield I Jill If uch lands are not redeemed I
< few of actual South
blinding \ years schooling Hampton Mrs. Pency
ton when suddenly a roar of shown fishing in chaiacterlstlc surroundings, near Uvalde Texas, before June 9, 1939, title to the Mr. Lngergten became a well- I I Adklns $2100.

I auk in ''in-splitting Inert form lay where the VIce-Presldent will doubtless hurry as soon as Congress ad- property reverts to the State in rounded, highly educated man THIRTY CARSOf i Now River-Chester Andrews--
Jtiundei md an fee
simple title. I
I 'he Mump ground and plants. I Jou ms. I through extensive reading He was I $78 00.I .
upon There is some danger that landowners qelf-made In his piofesslon. learning i I Pine irillJ K Douglas-$85.00.
The lead man's cap was torn : will wait too late to make surveying and engineering by Watermelons Hampton-Lester Slade--$6000.

into ,' thousand pieces, his clothes LIGHT PLANT SHERIFF GETS I their applications for redemption studying magazines and textbooks Sampson, E. Brown-$43: .00.

I ripped in many places a deep gash I
Ini mad! m the hoe handle he I lose their property. the fact that he constructedwith FROM BROOKER $32.00.

I bid In hit iund, but upon the bodyIrfthe SUFFERSBREAKDOWN 115 GALLONS This is Why: To clear back his own hands the first In- KiiHt Starke Nelson Green

man was no visible injury taxes.!und"&' this law on application ntrument that he used In the field $52.00.
streak down
Incept i faint blue is filet', with the Clerk of Circuit Tt might be said that he practically Price A Only I Highland Belle Reddish --

Jwildc the lightning's mark \ BOOTLEG ('ourt'a klng that State-own- "laid out" Bradford County, for verages I I $:,0 00,
I other workers in (
upon' flesh The ed certificates' on certain land be it was he who had done most of' $12J Lower Than Rosler-Peele Andrew Redding

I the field were not so much as advertised. and sold to the highest 'he survey and map work here. for Last Year I I $10000, ten months

thrown (rom their feet by the I Two bidder Now as the applications'! the past half century Bradford--E, T. Stewart $6300. 'I
Old Engines Now Driver Of Truck Picked I I
I flash The unfortunate accident -
deadly are filed they are numbered In A great lover of nature, Mr. Keystone-Stnike J. E. AdkinsI
I occurred at 6:30: o'clock Carrying Load, Up In RestaurantLast the order In which they are made. Lagergren continued his long, Production of watermelons In I $106.00, ten months
the Brooker
section Is
Funeral services for Crawford I The Clerk takes up each In turn dully walk In the woods up until running Hellbron-Stal'ke-Reison Moore
I were held in Dyal Cemetery near Clark Says FridayA and HPurch.es the records back to the time of his last lllneati! In about the SAme as last year but I $20 00,
picas ate off It Is
I Heilbronn Tuesday afternoon at 1804! to see that all outstanding tax spite of his advanced age he was reported. Cionby-Thomas (Rising) K V.

13.30 o'clock Interment was here I Following closely upon refusalof white man giving his name all''| certificates are recorded In the redemption very active and was a familiar fig- Thirty cars ot the Ethiopian's Alvat'ez-$72.00.SturkeUrooker.

I iUo Th* deceased was a member the City Council Friday to accede Harold Nenno, of Miami, was I II record This takes quitea ute on the streets' here. delight had been shipped from Sam Mott-

I of the Primitive Baptist Church I to a request by the City Bond lodged in the county jail here FI'I- bit of time.If He loved to write and some of there through Wednesday night of 1000.

I wd leaves to mourn his untimely Trustees to purchase some new lily morning on two charges, aft- I, several applications are aheadof the earliest Issues of the Telegraph this week, but the average price Is New River High-Roy Toralm-

j death his widow, Mrs Ethel Crawford equipment for the city's light and I er Sheriff A O Andreu arresed a given application, It may be carry Interesting letters signed said to have been around $123 per son-$03.00.

I and five young daughters. water plant, a severe mechanical him for having In his possession' several weeks before the Clerk can with the Initials H E.L. He was cir, meaning a return to glowers Frank Norman-Frank Norman

I the oldest only twelve years of break-down occurred at the plant 113 gallons of bootleg whiskey. I'' get to that application. If many connected with the Telegraphfor of $3,750 so fur this season. --$40 00

lie. Tuesday night! that will curtail the Pheriff applications' are ahead It may be many years through several Last season practically the same Norman Routes Sam White-

._ plants ability to produce sufficient Andreu was driving past several months. change of hands, and for one period number of watermelons had been head-$20.00.

current for several days or per. a service station about one mile ,: After the Clerk has completedhis was editor and business manager shipped by this time but the price I Snpp-\V. E. Sapp-$13.SO.Heilbronn .
south of
Stuke on road thirteen
4-H BOYS haps for even a week. 'I search far_ n outstanding tax During recent years he con- was substantially better around L R. StarlingS -
about 8:30: o'clock A.M., when the
certificates tinued to write Interesting articlesfor $200 or more per cur .
the he
The 240 : on property,
large four-cylinder, 1
ENJOY CAMP smell of whiskey attracted his at-
pdvertises the certificates for three publication concerning early: Vegetable produce shipping : -
horse-power that .
engine tentlon. Investigation showed al| weeks in the local In this fell off sharply here this week, at PASTOR'' '
SPENDING THIS WEEKIN pulls the night load has a warped I|pick-up truck parked in front of' nl'wspaper-an- events county.Mr. both the farmer's market and the I. FORMER
other of time before the the Lagergren Is survived by
wall. It Is due .
OCALA NATIONAL cylinder believed the station lo be loaded with twen- :
to faulty caused limein actual sale can be completed one daughter, Mrs. H. L. Hough, depot platform as the, season showed DIES
FOREST cooling by ty-three. five-gallon tins and glass |
If landowners wait until the last of Stark nnd Brooker; one sister Indications of drawing to a I
water. { jugs, till full of Illegal whis-i i T. L Z. BARR HAD BEENIN
I close
the totals from
Eight happy and excited 4-H minute to clear back taxes under Mrs. Berta Sandstrom, of New
R. F. Clarke, superintendent of key believed to have come from I
Club boys from Bradford County I the Murphy Bill, and swamp theClerk's Briton, Conn, one grandson Merrill points, approximately 1,600
the light and water plant requeststhat Clay County Nenno, the sole oc- dozen ears of corn were sold! with : YEARS
left Monday for a six-day stay at office with applications G McMillan, of Starke; 0niceI'
citizens "bear with for 'cupont cif the truck In thes'rvice I
us a
a return to growers of $176, this I I
the boy 4-H Camp at Camp Mc- during the last few months the i Mrs. Dexter Fellowes, wife
The Rev. T. L. Z Barr, of
few days and, if humanly possible' stjtlon eating breakfast i t pastor
Quarrie. m the Ocala National law will npply, there Is real danger J of the famous press agent: and a forming the largest individual | the Methodist Church here for
ease on the when the sheriff requested an attendant I
consumptionat .
up power commodity
Forest accompanied by T. K. MeClane j that some of them will not only j I nephew H L. Wyman shipped.Other i three years from 1915 to 1918,
night between eight and ten to tell Nenno to "step out-
li county agent.A lose the chance to redeem their Funeral services were held at produce shipped was as
died lust afternoon at his
o'clock for it Is then when the side. The driver did so and was follows Friday
(all units are hampers unless -
j lands by this cheap method, but ten o clock Tuesday morning from '
school home In Jacksonville where he
bus chartered for ,
electrical loid Is promptly arrested and lodged in ,
greatest"The otherwise stated
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the will lone I lltli to their property the DeWitt C. Jones chapel! here 1
occasion Camp McQuarrie is two small desll the the sheriff '! had been pastor of the Main Street
county jail by
located engines pur- While one year appaiently le- The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, of the 2iiO at sixty cents: peppers. 150: 'I
l boys on Crooked Lake, and the chased by the city in 1922 are car- I The truck and whiskey are In | mains for redemption under the Baptist: Church officIated. Interment crates at $123: peas, 808 at sixty I Methodist Church for several

Club> together with other 4-H rying the entire burden, day and i the possession of Sheriff Andreu. Murphy Bill, the actual time Is was in Crosby Lake Cerne- cents, eggplants, 116 at seventyfive years

boys from all over the state 'night at present until the large ,I und Nenno Is being held until he I I shorter by at least three weeks cents; watermelons, 23, at Funeral ervlres were held at

Will enjoy classes In agricultural motor is repahed Due to their can pay a $500 cash bond under the length of publication--plus the teiyMr. Lngergren was u member of fifteen to twenty cents each, potu-I I 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at his
luhjects I church with the Rev Homer
and wlmmlng. fishing, hikes inability to produce the amount of I I two counts: for "unlawfully haying 1 time It will take the Clerk to work the Swedish Lutheran Church tees estimated 2,000ound" at [I
in other outdoor sports In I current needed, the street lights In his possession and control" | one and one-third cents per pound; } Thompson, presiding elder of the
their up back taxes on applications now Active pall beaters were: A O. > the P
1 ix day stay. Those attendIng -,' have been turned off for the past Illegal alcoholic beverage, and for on file. Andreu, A 3. Griffla. E. W. HayeH tomatoes, 139 at sixty cents, string Jacksonville district, Rev
r> Buster AT Boyd, of the First Methodist -
Bennett, Loran lew nights until after ten o'clock, hnvlrg Improper license plates on E K. Peri' Leans, 250: at $1.25; Kentucky
Conn' Nelson I I To !insure that U ey can clear up C A. Knight, yman, andA 1 Church and the Rev D. D.I .
Moore giving a daik shadowey appearance his tiuck \Vorv1cT8' 100 at $1,23; Ford Hook
their ta-es: while the Murphy Bill J Thomas i I
Smith! .), \y H. Bunch I I Dleffenwerth, pastor of the Ander. '
to Starke's usually brilliant _. Is In effect, 1 landowners should file bearers A. limas, 1,500: at $1.25: ; and 6kra
Honorary pull were:
\llIkel'son I I
.. TnI Memorial Methodist Church
._ wI.a' .n.1.. f, n. utreetfi.MUST .son. ,
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Lucas Moore, Smith and Conner ----- =.---.:..:.=:...._- Mrs. Mollie Scott i their applications with the Cleric Z. Adklns, T. N. Kendrick, J. T. 73 at $1.25.__ ..., .. ___. I'I officiating -
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are nt theuihl'et possible moment. ;uKley! F. A Scott, E L. Matthews -
enjoying the trip as a reward The deceased was a native of
.---- Dr. J. W. Brownlee R. F
J for their skill in Judging cattle SIGN Mis Mollie Scott 84 died In the NEW PASTOR I I Gadsen County, and was a graduate -
In the home of her daughter, Mrs T. M. \\'atf-r In titken Into a tree or I Demoiest, Charles Darby. C. A.
recent fat stock show In PETITION : of Vanderbilt University. He
Jacksonville. where they won third | Hutihlngs, heie shortly after noon plant through the roots, and the Futch, Moyeis Hough. D F.. FOR STARKEFISCHER had been a minister In the Florida
excess out through tiny .' tCnight. :'los E Wilson, Archibald I
place I Tuesday following a brief Illness. passes
The place carried no renunciation CRIFFIS SAYS ELECTION I' I Conference of the Southern MethotllHt -
openings in the leaves Johns and H H. Young,
Funeral services for the aged I
but local firms and :I OFF UNLESS FREEHOLD-. JACKSONVILLE Church for thirty-four years
Persons donated the camp expenses I I ERS ASK FOR IT woman were held Wednesday afternoon i I CHURCH having held a number of pastorates -

10 these deserving boys. Those at 3:00: o'clock at the homeof EXPERIENCE IS WONDERFUL TEACHER j I!I He was a member of the -

Wntrlbuting were A. J. Thomas, I I Supt A. J. Griff said yesterday Mis, Hutchlngs with the R..v.1 I The Rev. W. A. Fischer, pastor |I Iof [I Woodmen!! of the World, and also

J. E. Wilson, and The Bradford ,, that unless the proper number L. A Shepherd of the Baptist MR. ARDWAY FOUND OUT the Methodist Church. here. for, i of the Masonic orders.

County Telegraph. i of freeholders In sub school district Church officiating. Interment was tnn past year, nan. been transferred In addition to his widow, Mrs

-. I,'I No. Three signed petitions In Kingsley Lake cemetery. Pall This I 11- lii" Uxt uitlcl written. zlc-loader doublebnrrel and some to the Anderson Memorial I Tattle Hodges Barr, he Is survivedby

FAREWELL calling for an election to consolidate bearers were H L. BrownIes, A.I SMt'n fiuth II few T'"l">laWN&" '.II'h J4fur by H.. th K. l.uit'r-lUii**** powder, hot and caps. Chuch In Jacksonville, It was an- a daughter, Mrs Alex Spencer

TALK the Boatdraln and Starke district O Andreu, J. H Denmark, E. C. : I lint resulted. In hit death. Mnml.ty The night after he acquired this flounced yesterday by the Rev. Qulncy; three sons, Candler and

BY GRAY that the election advertised Priest!! Luther Powell and L. G. The ,firm was diart Ktlll In nt 'his It', lint|typowillrr In lunwhand lit- !, trusty weapon he suffered a rude Homer Thompson presiding elderof Coke Barr. of Jacksonville, and

for June 21, will not be held.A Hemingway The Key-McCabe llm tlnm nt hlil l_*th nlrhouKh; he awakening by half-a-dozen wild- the Jacksonville district It had Orville Barr, Inverness; a sister.

OUTGOING sufficient number have sign- Funeral Home had charge of ar- h..'. ..ln',,u &ht .the rinlHlK-cl. cupy., to eyed men. previously been stated that Mr. Mrs. William Durham, Bristol anda
PRESIDENT OF oill' ((1<'* N'\ .ritl dayii livfiuc 1
ROTARY SPEAKSTO ed the petition In the Boatdraln rangementa. I "Lookee hyah, Mr. Yankee," Fischer would be returned to > brother, the Rev. Walter L. Barr

CLUB district, Mr. Grlffls said, but so Mrs. Scott was the wife of the ,! By H. f:,. lgtrgrvn 'said the first, "I want my critters I|: Starke for another year. D D, presiding elder of the El

I I lar only about twenty freeholdershave late M L. Scott and Is survived by' One Mr Ardway, hailing from buck Them o
L A Gray, retiring president of signed the petition in the' three daughters, Mrs. Hiitohings, the "Land of Steady Habits." light to sell you because I havea Child's Park Church In St. Peters ference of the Southern Methodist -

"Rotary Club, made his fare-I I I Starke district. More than 100 j Mrs E. C. Hurtfleld of Starke, came to the Kingsley lake settlements i, morgltch on 'em, so you jest fork I burg, has been assigned here. It Church

,IItll address! to members at the signatures are required in order to and Mrs E. L. Clark, of Cleveland In 1879. After prospecting 'em over." I was said I .- ---

He luncheon held here Wednesday. |I make the election legal he said. Ohio, and by a son, J. C. Scott, of around he found that eighty acres i| "And I," said the second caller, Both Mr. Fischer and his wife | Reject ProposalAt
reviewed the been at I land miles. I have done come to take kyart had made friends during
many advantages I Petitions have placed Pf'nsacollAlso four grandsons of government some my many a special meeting Friday
j kind that Starke enjoys, both In the several points around town or may four granddaughters and two northeast of the lake, was open I 'back. Isom knowed I had a mor their year In Starke and It was I night In the City Hall the City

of p"ople who live here, and be signed at Mr Grlffls office great-grandchildren survive. Mrs. tor homenteading. He had William I gltch on it and that his wasn't with genuine regret that news of Council rejected a pioposal by a
tIlta location themat Mobile Ala., I I the lines around I his'n, and that scooter belongs tome the In was
> so near many ImPOrtant He urges freeholera to sign Scott was a native of Lake to run change appointments vote of three to one of the City

place |In the tate> ,-. | once if they want the election from where she\ came two years It. and behold! The land was good too received. Bond Trustees to purchase and install I
1\'r.\ home with her timber In Then number three spoke his lit. Dr Homer Thompson was again
Cray principal' of the high htld ago to make her ( -lots of pine and new equipment In the city's
IChOoI member of I the piece: "Them thar honses belongs appointed presiding elder of the
hrer'or-veral years, re- ---- -- daughter here. She was a > places, a thick undergrowth power plant at an approximate; ;
f tly """""wed' that he had acf'pttd ;, Teachers Paid of the Baptist Church. fern, which must mean rich soil. I ISo to me. Jacksey raised chickens Jacksonville district The Rev. B. i i cost. of $20,000.JJ'ilson .

princlpalshlp of the-Mount school teachers I ILex he took the necessary steps for I for me on sheers, but he kept M. Montgomery was returned tO I| ----.
Pleasant school I Bradford County entry and built a shack on the I his sheer antI sold mine. Whar d'ye Grace church In Miami; the Rev. 1
t Iy. He stated that In Cads he had den Coun- this week received an aggregate ; Proud Father i t land to live In. We would not be I keep 'em? I done brought strings Laurie G. Ray returned to Springfield : Thomas Hunt

sit hie stay here and that Starke enjoy- amount of $6,43848. paying Congressman R A. (Lex) Green, :' troubled by neighbors for the nearI I to tie 'em with."" church in Jacksonville; the : Funeral I services for Wilson

J"has !many advantages usually met them In full for the 1937-38 school :Reprenentntlve in Congress from I est lived three!! miles away. While one sturdy pioneer yokedup Rev Felix!: R Hill returned to'' Thomas Hunt, 68, were held at 11

In l much larger term It was announced yesterday the Second Florida District, became He went to one neighbor and I the oxen another rolled!! out Clearwater; the Rev. Don Cook o clock Wednesday!! morning of last
towns. Grlf-
He from the office of A. J. father Tuesday. Mrs. bought an old cart anti a scooter' I the cut a third loaded the plow was also returned to Hendrix Me- j week from the DeWltt C. Jones)

1hI, town predicted and a bright future for. fIJI superintendent of mal'ed public! out in.tructlol3. Green, a the former Luclle Hafrls, plow; from another he bought; a' I Into It, a fourth caught the hens mortal In Jacksonville; the Rev. j I chapel!. The Rev L. O. Sheffield.

eplrlt of urged an even greatCr Checks were I 'of Gainesville gave birth to a BOn I yoke of oxen: from a third a flock : 'while the fifth tied their legs C. W. Mathldon was sent to Oakland of the Sttte Farm officiated ant

*'Ita cItizens.COOperation on the part Monday. at 8:30: P. M. at a Gainesville of little brown hens and e'pectM': ': J No'>v, the men from Mr. Ardway and Ptogresso, near Miami j Interment was held later at Bush'
Payment waa made possible by The child weighed seven to live happily forever after tat' I Icons sectIon! are noted!! for rugged Individuality Two pastors, who have served the /) nell He was the father of Mrs.

---. -- the receipt last week of the final 1 hospital. and was christened poitsums and wildcats both- I and won't stand for church here in years gone by, have .> R, Kite of the tttutv Farm
Conscription Brad-t pounds
IIa. for military service distribution! of state funds. of 1 Robert Alexis, Jr. The mother and eri'rt hi* chickens so one tluy he I any nonsense" except: fiom politi- died In the pant few weeks: the' ..- -- -
Introduced by the Chl- ford this year received a total be "doing splen- went to a fourth neighbor and I 4 ilana. So ha mn Into his shack Rev E. M, Rooks and the P.ev, The Franclsan monks own the
a.1:11: to
8 during the "Period of The $79.204&,00 from the state, It was i on "w ere I Ia' succeeded la buying an olj muz- 'C,,:. uucd: On Pare Eight) U Z. Parr T'I garden of
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TOLD IN McCALL'S Mrs. Avle Howard duvi Monday i ,iii.-d I t e.t'cling' I I., law. tire |rop- ertlfldlle, N..... I lOft and" I 4X4 ofli.'il I >. '111.11.
i I II 1,1,I.1 dexcrlhed I therein, I will I I I he Hold I :: mid I'I.I! :\.I t'.i-u-'t ivi'ty., mill ,ret- (IFKICtAT.. ?. SK.M.lHl.M,
-- The School Board at Its meeting afternoon at three o'clock at the 11.. >11",. highest. bidder nt the. court "ifMent unpaid taxes for, the years' A .1 T \ _
r'ow Franklin Pierce McCall door and said he tried to awaken home of her daughter Mrs. Wesley hoiiHe riiir.i* on I the. flrHt Monday In I I12R to I IIlaH.: .both liu-luhlve .. ,.lIIoal.InM' : .- Clei, kllrndfo,..r ij,", ,

minister's BOO I I the child but found It to be dead. :I here last week voted to retain the She hail lh e month I of July I IPU'A; whlih InI to SI1 3:15.: ,l i l'",II ,
twenty. one year old I I rural school at New River and to Crews near Lawtey. I lit41 It day of' .1 ii lv, : ALSO. : .8U.. of rin"' of NWH & tf-3-51-7-1.

ami. former resident of Jasper | "He picked It up and ran and make necessary repairs to the lived In the Lawtey vicinity the I I Muted I tile 30th day of Stay, 1938. '' of "NK'j' of '\V"I of N\V"i &
walked the woods to ( OKKII'IAI. "HKAI.': ) of NW'i Wt, of NWl/
out then through Nij
carried of life moving IVOI'K
and her tJr. I-:
Fla, conceived Because of an Insufficient greater part .1 l. TIUI.MAS. East containing
I building. A. Mm-,' (17 'l'p.| 7 S. 21 NOTli'R IS! IIKIII
the kidnaping of James Bailey I the rear of his home to the glade I number of signatures to a there from Georgia many years Clerk of circuit Court of ; 30 A('I''''', niortt or less all whom It ma>' on, :,,, ,I. \

Jr from the home of his which he knew and where there ago. She was Miss Avle Crawford lirad fold t',,II 0 t3'. Florida. 1 t ,li,, taxes lo be MI,1 I tire evidenced filed mv Final R..,IHM,, ,, I "
Cash. decided I
petition presented It was 1I.I-GI-7-1.: by certificate. Non till( nnd 487 of the 2Mb .
parents near Miami. Is told in the was (hick underbrush. He hadbeen that no election would be held to before her marriage to the late --. --- IH27\ and Hl'1,1: : renpeitlvelv. and repi'enetit apply to the Honolulu of In". ,' I .
hunting In that section. He unimld taxes for the years I, I' '. .
of his confession Henry Howard. man County Judge, i.,, "
following summary the Into the thicket of vote on the consolidation of the lTIIR CoURT OP THH I COUNTY 1920: to 1 9:1:I8, l.oth I 1II'.h'.Iall10ullt' ('ha"lIeImllll"t I ,, I 1
threw II
for body
In a prepared statement New River district with the Starke Mrs. Howard was a faithful .11 IX."1. 1IIo\n"'O'II) COUK.TV I. lug to $101.94. of H. N. Ahrahuni' I. I I

the press J. Edgar Hoover direc- scrub palmetto palms and ran back district. member of the Primitive Baptist "'I.OIIIU.I. PItOIl ,, I''':. ALSO: SWA or SHi/j. of NK% Rx: May 26lh. 19.11.MKI.VKN1A! : I

of Investigation home about a half mile away. IN in: : I Acne for Church III..... 28 T|1". 7 1 AHUAIMM, !
tor of the Federal Bureau On the other hand, a petition Church for more than forty years. I KSTATK 010' n S. HUMPHRUY. S. It it 14.: containing II' Acreit.more 5-27-4t-6-17. '

_ told the following Went to Nogro's Home was presented containing a large She was a hard worker for the I DECKASKHKIV L 'VOTICH: or less.'tIre .

_ story: "McCall went Inside and got the number of signatures and requesting church was true to her flenda and NOTTCB IS HKKhiHY CIIVHN ''h..tIlhe taxes to he Hold a.1I'I.nrod, 1493 of !\OTHi: OK \frn.ir. : IO\ fin*
and T'
the 20th l.v certificate NOH 30<):l \ iI'Hi: : )
"We have a full and t complete first ransom note and went to the the board to try for a WPA nelghbois, and an affectionate I I day underilirned of July A. I will>. 11.1S:on Present to 1929 and' 19.11: : i'entet'iI'elY, nnd reprpHent (Xeimte Hill I \,,. lea: I

confession from F. P. McCall admitting home of a negro John Kmunuel.: project to build a three-room brick mother to her children. She will the Honorable County Judge ofUradford unpaid taxes for the yvum. NOTICW' IS HKISKtlV. 1\1"\ |
: ,
I amouiit- ri ( Ciinnei.' hitlft.. ,
t9IA.:t l.oth Inclusive i
his final 1928 to t 'I 1.. ,
the kidnaping of the child lie disguised his voice land calleden veneer building at a cost of from be greatly, missed in her commun I I return, account County and, voucher. aH AiiinlnlKtrutor Ing to 3213. Icate No. I 11: 7, IMMH.I i "n I I .

A the child and the plac- Kinnnuel to take the note he The temainento annexode ", ALSOAll: SWiof SWV' 10 >fRv August A. D lfll.1: :; 1,1, '
death of to 2500. petition cum
the $2,000 i, I 22 K, In office "
I under his door to J. ity.A bottle lion of tile 1 lOxtute of H. S.Humph" ., Hec 12 Tp. 8 54. U. my and hi I
ing of the body as well as his pre- was slipping stated that: "We need this bulla- list of surviving relatives, and .) Deceaned and at saul ,containing* Aries, more or catliin for, a tut ,l I. ,"i i ''I': mlthereon ,l

that he wrote the 'no Cash."When. school i I and thenmake application leMH.The. Said c,"i un, I'I'ihe
vious statements Ing for permanent purposes an account of the funeral services I lime" t then taxeti to I be nolil are evidencedhy following di." I .1, '

ransom notes collected the ransom he saw Emanuel was not and for a community center. We I were carried in last week Tele Melt lenient to tile of Maid hit.
hid the money and disposed carrying. out his instructions he believe our children will be bene- graph. : Maid estate. and for an order dle'hlll'g.ng \ : and repieMeiit. unpaid Florida ,,-, \MNnrthcuHi .
for the 1)32! : to t 1938: I t.iQuaitcr r
taxen years
of the shoebox in which It was returned home and wrote the second fitted more during the first eight him an sit' h AdmlnlMtratorcum dt. boo is ', ith I IncliiMlvc I I amolintlnii I ; to $2'l! .117. ""1"1\' I 1.., i
P teHtunienlo I II'""'XII
"' i
-. 4.... I 13 Tp. South, liiingr. .' _
paid note on a piece of wrapping grades In our own school. | non. A 1,1(0' N' of i NK'i > i
/ of .listed. thin, the 19th day of lII..y.A. 8 S.' H. 22 n.. containing RUAcren. Ing 4( AcreMI
wanted the bet- !taper removed from n piece Following\! the presentation of FKh The aMMCKMIHMIl'
"He claimed: he Story I J'. IMS.HKKMAX: ,more ( I' lennThe. (.1 I I
of life for his wife and meat in the icebox. This he plac- petitions from Hampton patrons I A negro was fishing from a II. WHinHAM.AH I taxes In he Hold ate iV'Idenceithy ..iv under, I I lI'I, I
things .,
ti" of 19:14: reHpectlvelv nIsei tin in n id i .
.. _,. pl I the door of n. A Cash's i .._. ,, __ __ ._, A d or I fl let tutor cum textatnentoulin certificate. ,Non HIS. ..... .. .... .. II. i
t.1 1. nahia tn :_ on_ ___ .I If. m... = .InnlHu.l.. hv 11.a... h.uTvt.. .. tn ..n i et 8.t. '4 P h u. .. ."..',.I I n.' un'' ., ... .
n inni'iT anti ...... uui-u uua .v -- n "" ---' -- -r -- ".at 01 Ml &U5C un t'&t VUL" fl'.C v. 'xo de honlH I ,non t of i lit, Net ate. I II 0" rtrcM -in "| I
: .
About home. R. A. Cash i la the uncle of school Mon for .the ynHlH' 1111: to I'.t.tft! : .
_ 1 steady employment. open the Hampton on i! Lake Okeechobee the other; duy of I U .H. I Humphrey I UttceaattB27lt7S2. taxes ,
I both I Inclimlve I fiinountliig t to Jill.HI I : erty tl I Ito
t i woks before the kidnaping he he kidnaped boy. day July 4. It was also decided to when a warden approached him. : ALSO: Lot 2 of IIIIt 111, LivingHtcm \ .j, the liluh"Mt' I I. .l ",,

con, I'lved the idea to kidnap some 'Back home McCall read, a equip the building with the necessary The colored" chap was using/ a cane ''TI''u UK ." i't'i.is't'I'iu-, 1'.01t---- K'lv., hi.tlMe\ month door I or,,n .1,lnl\I II I.."I t tI i

P "ii, n In or about Princeton. The I magazine until a searching: / patty" : cooling devices In order that I pole and the custom-try appur- I'OIC T\N liIKilMriIte : : The taxes to be Mold, ale evidenced the 4th clay of 1 .1."
( Hill \o Hl.llN'OTICH : : and 3X9 c.f i iliii I Fin.."tei (bin. :Mil;n,: I li "l
there rived to search John Emanuel's"ome. students and teachers could attend by certificate N"" >
r son he chose someone ri! | tenances. The warden queried the : |1:4,. 'IIKUIORV: n" I'N.: Thnt I t I : anil,, I 1H3I I venpectlvely. and lep-' ,. (OKFIC1AI.. SICl ,

_ \ !1.UUIl.: he had no automobile He Joined them and rodeo I with romfoit during the summer colored chap as to what he had t t'ti lee Llohu. holder of Tax Certificate I ,rc-Meut unpaid taxes for the 10"111'1 I II A..J "'1"\1-,
51 i issued the 7th
handle It within ann Princeton. There the note on mont hs. NIL I 1i.'ll: : 1 I In 1 93 t. both I InchiHlve. Clork, "i
to III\ullt-1
.11 o hnd i! been catching. The fisherman ,iliy< of A ugu..1 A. l" 9ii.: : han I rirudfoiil, i I
I Inir to $.10 5(1( I
I ii "\\' area.C'onxldoretl. the uncle'a door directed them I The following trustee\ recommendations -1 pulled a string, of twelve nice black ,iil..l .-a inIn mv office find liestirnlp i Said' lax certlflcaleM I t t together withall 0-3-51-7-1. '

.nek to the negro house nnd Mc- were received and approved Then it nppltrat fur a tax deed lol i MiihMeciuenl, ( omitted. or LevIed<
Vlrtlmi bans out of the water.
3 up l 10.. iHKiicil "tin''t'e'')ii. S.Lld. 1 I'ertlfliMiteM'liiliriuHK I highest K:
_ _ I" x'n, will I.e Hold to the '
_ I considered three persons to Call' rode back with the party. < by the board : I W s that the gime warden toldI I I t the following deHcrlhedliitijtertv lilddeiat, I the ('ourl house dour In NOTICR 18 IIKRI'I: \ -
i In the l County of Bradford, tti.SH:: whom It may ""U" i 1
of June 1 Ilet
Junior-High School the 17th lny
kidnap "That time the ransom note was Hampton him it was against the law toi i State Florida, tn-wll : 1'1< on l.i:: I '
I M i
Fust was the son of Charles I'ound All went back to Princeton) Miss Loraine Smith. i catch black bass at this season of a.32: o.A In SV\ Cor of .
Miss SKICom., .at N nlttti of public I U'.h/lI.If.' an Ailniini," ,
school. HI-MI'
elementary ; OKFlCIAt
Rising : (1( ( >
the year. mad No. 111. 18 ft 10 of VV line J. THOMAS.Cleric ISle. of J. W. Moi'HUH, "! ,
flevel'ly Cady for the first two I "Yes sir the colored I of :SI-":' ,.r S3! 'I lit run N 4:15: ftthence A. of Circuit I I Court of final I accounting( h..,mi; I ,

,, months. and Mrs. Essie Sapp for replied I 14 82:! (deu-revH K 264 ft, liriulford I '.''U lIly, Floilda approved, by "ntnl} .1 ludi,
fisherman "I know its agin' the Ihen.-e H 4 tl-wr-ei.' W 404 ft Inroiul "lnA".M.. I lAiln "
the remainder of the term thence W along N side of >;1-HI16-17:: ,,
-- n
I law. I knows that nil right. But, road 2 in ft to 1.-11'. >I..". 24 Tp. -- >
school. lt.I'C"I'I":
Vanderbilt elementary NOIKI; I--OM 8-3-4t.8-2.
Mr Gime these black 7 H It 21 cuntalnlnK 2 _
Warden the,
I .For the I powe! veMted( I In I them .
Mrs. Lois Mayes. Aci' OH. mure or let*. ruction for l\ 'Milttlt: : 0. Till': s |I' ,'n: ;,
bn's kept eating the bait off my i p ,,,i'i of l-uhllc''
I The nxMeHMment" f>f the said 1 propCity Ki.naiixi
The board decided to Miss (' t lierehv' (cull uti
pay 111 lrai rirti ''11 II 9' .
hook and I decided to tie 'em under the Raid l certificate inoinoi It '
up Sub. School .t'I''ln. am.i' i ii '
I ,
election I I III I I Inn I Id "nil II
Madge Middleton for time lost last i In the of III' ... LI"I i that ,
w UM name 'ke. Sub; n i 'I M ,
here on this string while I catch- 1, 1 District No. 17 and Stal "UI.- ,
nl le K. HanIB.UnleMH ,
Fh"i 1 I.
of he held 1'.8'lt..d"oly.
term because an appendicitis I I K.-hoe.l; I IHMtrlct No to "I
1 ed me a mesa of bream. Just as said certificate ph,1be\ re- III the Boaldrliln .nlll..d. (,i'iOln \

operation. It was also decided to j soon ai I gets mess of breamI according .to. law the prop- l.lnne S'hool 21.I HoiiMe 11.18. Ri-'l, In the City Hall 11..lnlltt. Annl" I I
Mrs. Rosalind Williams for 1 my ."-ii in'il "i,. .'In will I be Hold | of Starke 'to determine and the n nil" t i i t fjj
pay intends to turn the bass loose" l'I..d highest bidder at the court I''tvhether 1 In the: town not IXMtrlct' ;No: I 17 shall being cllxorce I'hni n i iIM ">
j one week sick leave because of an I door on the first Monday In or plMtrlct No. n i iMld"lil of a "i n i''
with MarUe
News. ,
.. appendicitis operation. Everglades >lIlh ..f July, ll'IS. which I.I In I" iiHi.lidate trilHteeM and l ctoI .- tint:', >\va If the plali I IIIs
to elect three'
the 4th day of July 1938. .., Millage to lie no 1"1''', In I th, ." I' ,
the amount
t J-eelar I I I '"it'l. | tiiiM 41 h nay ol June. 1938. I t'rmfne' connolldated Ida. erId, .- of per--i' i Mii' I i '
HHhl I'
('tFith"4 111.I'OIl'r: ''OFFICIAL. 8I'AI.: ) i assessed agaInst whom, would, 1..1, ,".ndefendant I .'I
Starlte, Fin. May Hint IMR.l' .11"1'1' for. the enHiiliifr two yearn.The "
I : : A. J. THoMAS election will IT IS OIM: I 1 I
\.. i..ri I Hi- I 'I''i;ik of the Circuit ( managerM for
shoebox which was hidden under | of I Cl"ik of circuit.. Court of the dc-feildant. Annii Mappear
I ''r.nit' In mid for, fltndfnrd, County. Bradford County Florida. he, : to the bill ol' "
a rock. Then he went to a third !P"' .' 'd'l ,'M -ll'l. II" "C tllXeM HMMe*.Med ,l-HI-41-7-1. P.OATDRAIN: the 'it il. day of Jull, l ''

place and burned the three ransom for the year lf17 Cul OlIcMonI wise a decree pro ,."nienterd I .
I (' A. KNIOHT. Tax Collector. I > <> rI'e: OF ,'PI'I.u''rIO"; FOII I I Carl rrftl.. 1 nnalnMt hen, ,t'i< i
'I I ite \ notes. Count _ : & i : Hid I'art Of Money '1'". Ralance! due $3.141. l IHrniite Bill ISo lil.'ll i, Klnni: Lewis ed once each week : i iHecutlve
-i m amount collected $ 741. 1 r> VOTH 'K. 1 IM: HEREBY! I! 111 VKN. That STARKF.: weeks In nil i "I',
_ J'kr "The $230 McCall took to the To naloni1** dn. 3.97.40 I Mm.. fleulah Kelly. holder nf Tax I F. A.; Scott! County Telegraph a n. .'
,.J i/s home of Hal McLaughlin and Vliir A Forfrlliir* eitlflcute' No. 459. issued. the 2nd Adam ( reen, general circulation. puillradford '
\ ( To Flnlanre dllft ___ .$1U577! I clay of September A. I>. 1935. haH R: J .';"illi'a' County, FloridnWITNESS ,
stuffed It Into an oil drum. McLaughlin Rv mount oollerlcrt -- __ I 19t.80 rileil Maine 'In mv office. and ban Graham Eloyd my hand a

had no connection with To fill Inn"'" dim It.124.17fniintr I made application for a tax deed to 6-27-41-6-17. Heal of said court 'thl M I ,
llcinil tlrltlic I be Issued thereon, Said
nnil : certificateiinbrareH (OFFICIAL SKXL,)
L the case and was not aware of this To Rnlnnrf du,. $8,251.15fly the following d.s'nibelirc'le'tV M 'l'IfK OP 'I'PI.U' VI'ION FOII A. J. THOMAS

coUprterl 1 __ .38 I In the of '1'.\ \ lriI5Senate ,
act. McCall expected to get the amount $ 768 County Bradford N IH.'II: Clerk of Circuit' r
To nalum-it duo -4.498.77 Stnte of Florida to-wit : ( 11111 Bradford Couii'\' l
<- _..- money again easily without arousing 4'ountr H..h..1 (..enrrnlTn 1 North Half of Northwest Quar- NOTICIO IS HEItKHY HIVKN, That T FRANK LANOnl' J.
suspicion. Rnlaiu1' fill* B.211 15 ten of SouthweMt. Quarter Section T J. Alderman. holder of Tax Certificates Attorney for
Franklin Pierce McCall 21-year-old farm hand is shown In !oll- I Rv amount r'oIteetei. 70B.40 11 Township. 7 >South Range Numbered. rent-etlveiy| 31Issued 0-3-51-7-1. PI..lnUt
"The then took > of 32 iMBuedJuly
of five- kidnaper part To Rul.ini'e due, -4.490.7& 22 Rant containing 20 Acres, July B. 1925. /j -- --
ami's skyscraper jail after he confessed the kidnap-slaying I
. | In all the searches for the missing (......1" ....II.. ,iore or tens 8. 1925. Silt IMMiied Julv 7, 19.10
year-old: James Bailey Cash 3r. Deputy Sheriff Joseph Conderman To Balance' due ._ $ 142.00 The assenement of the. said property I and 108 iMHiied July 6. 192S ha..

stands behind him. McCall was placed In a windowless cell on the | child. I 1v amount collected ._ None. under the said certificate IMMiied filed name In my office and. haemiiile

nineteenth floor of the court houxe. He is being booked above. I "He said he did not plan to kill I To Mutant itu* I 182.00 I wan, In the name of Beck. & issued: application thereon. Said for I certlflcaten tax deed I to em beI
Tot 1.1 Hnb-Vt-hool HrKulnr !r"If" Hardware Co.UiileMN I
the child but to hide It in I deserl bed -
planned To Rnlnne due 5.2.11 II Hald certificate shall. be re- I i rare the followlnit I pronertlen BUSINESS
Chambers whom he eliminated where J. B. Cash read the note. 1 an old house where ther are some It,. ftniottntoH. .rtrt _u.__ S 7"80:! deemed' according 1 to property In the County of Rradford
To rtnlnnee due 84.457.791'I dem-rlhed; I a'II'h: be Hold state of Florida to-wlt :
because the child was always with McCall and others rode around un. very thick Australian pinesthisspot Cel I .rlcali- No. .11 I I. emltrai North-, ,
the '
Tntnl iil>-.h..1 l llniulolTo > htglieMt blddei at the court
its mother and could never be 3 A. M. Sunday searching. Is about five miles from FlAI" ",'* dll*> $?,'>7.1.SO ,I UM,. d'jor on the funt Monday! In I I iMt (,,,,,rlp,' of Noilhwent, Quarter DIRECTORYDRINK

alone. Itode With' Sesreliere"Sunday Princeton the of the crime. Fly amount ml let-ted __ S H14RJi I: ',.. month i.f July., 1918. which Is & N.irthweMt Quarter" "I' Nn'tliwesiq.tart"r
seen scene -
.. 'h.- of of NorthenMt Quarter I
i To ItHlniH-e due .S.1511.32I ;; 4th city July I Irv.rt
and Monday he also Hud U'edlth : tl.M "t9.'tJUn"; IH TownshIp 7 Smith' Ranee 21
"Second the son of CharlesE 'ash I AvrlcnltnrnlTo | 4th | 1938. .
was '
I 1 MaMt. ,'ontillnlnu I I ;.10; A. ,ten nioie oll "
rode with tfie searchers. Monday.. McCall the of Nazai'eneminister I f '.' n S 201.10 .OFFICIAL SEAL) I I,
Is son a : "o :1I .
Elchenberger who was finally Rv : collected a "5 "" I II A. J. THOMAS, l I.> <

U eliminated: because he was nearly I he composed the third note and who formerly served a I T;, Un* Inn.-" du::* $ 224.84SId.w'ji :! I ('letk!, ( of circuit t Court ofnrndfoid I, 'Hj,, .if of Certificate NWl.t No South,:32,; emhracenSWi Half (ifS
PrnNloMTo County .Florld.i.,
slipped It under the filling station church at Princeton. u.l"n"1
at of :NorthweMt
McCall age and WAS away Flalnnee due .. __ $ 111 61Hv i 10-41-7-1 I Quarter
school door of \V. B. Cash another uncle -I, Ills father died about three nmmint collected 1 $ 111.18 1 -.---- quarter, Mention 17 TownMhlp 7

I McCall waited to see If the months and his mother To Halnnce due ------S 112.42 itiiiciir: coi: tie: OP niitul''Oltl >South Range 21 "Want containing
"Th'rJ' \ was J. B. Cash, Jr. ; ago returned 110 AcreH, more or leMHCertificate ..
t ........ A llrlilKr II..ml ) COI N'I'V. PI.OIIII) II I IIN
"tu- prepared the ransom note filling station cloyed for the night: to Jasper. their former; I llrfiinil .Sept. If OM'MIIV.: !No: 61 Ii. .embracef.Noii'.i

would be reopened, then asked for home. I '1'.. Rpm 1ani-e rh I''''' $2.17012:! :! IIIIIAM R: FORTNER Plaintiff I : hi I If of North<-uHt Quarter of. The pause that refreshes
a eek. before the kidnaping on Rv nnionnt 'olleeted 1 81.01 vs': I I INNMC Northeast ,". tel of :XoitheiiMtQuarter.

May 28. and about 9:30: that night gasoline,, and himself discovered I I Sheriff D. C. Coleman said that To liii to"..* due $1.81.1 I I .81Mrnil \ : .. :X1AI-: I.KI1.: et 111.! ( ",'lIon 5 TownHliii I 7 SouthItange :
22 Hunt conlallllnMT 4 Acr, K.
Mr, '1111] entered the! Cash store the note he had written -.Intlng II Ilit i McCall had a good reputation In I A llrlflr.. .Intr-oxt'u.." nnI5lnkIn OIIIH'H: OP l'l CASIO rll.u' "-"'lI..t..nd..nIH// I INIIIK'I / more or lena.And. \\ i .ur

asked Mrs. Cash the time saw I out to an attendant. I II Princeton and Sheriff Frank Han- "* rinlnn.... due JS.mi 24 .! 'I'O tPPKtlt I tiflcnte, N-i. I6. nv nm.Kim ,'''II.t.,1 ti.l i":! no THI-1 STXTi.: OF FI.OItlDA I l IrlLn'N i NortheaMt Quarter 1 .r NorlheiiMt
"Tit!, note told Cash to
I try cock of Jasper his birthplace .
that both !Mr. and Mrs. Cinh were To Rillull.'e, due $7.22:! 24 TO A 1.1. PERSONS;/ VVI.Vrl Oft 11'I..r ..lIon 0 Township 8
again. described the "boy T.U.MINO AW: South Range 22 r-a"t.: containing 40
there suspect as a INTKRKST: IN .
i I I --- --. -- '"HIi'of l IOWINO i>Rsciuni-iii| ... en, nioie fir I leMM.The I CARPENTERSTHE
C'OMWd (lill.l'H heed I "McCall then took up his po- 'vho sometimes got Into mischiefbut o'rlf","," 0' "PI IKOH ''I'1f' % t.A.VDS SITITATK: IN: HHAIM-'ORP I aMMCMMment of the HO Id .property

"lie came out of the store\ and Vtljn'1 I at the spot where the runlom never Into any reil trouble." 't" \ v(5ptp 'H':.:" "C.vrV." 'I.O(1"'A. TO-WIT: under mild certificate, No. 31 UKXALL.: STOKE
Hill N*. 1 11:1: > .
I In the of H I. i II I Spencer,
went to the back of the Cash residence was paid and waited for Cash McCall was graduated from the :N'OTtf'K 1 IS IIRHKRY: IIVKV.:: That The North 3fl7 feet of Lot 3, aiiltime the wit aMHHMMiuent'name of the Maid propeitv -; -

: to drive by. When he saw the.uthet"s I high school: at Jasper in June 1934. .1. ('. .foll..... hol.l.T, of 4/17 I ..t Til v North' nt.147 feet of Hunt-half under, Maid. i,ertirii'ate, : No. 32 FUIINIrt'hil.HUILDENO ,
and with the knift which f...-HIM! ,...... V., .ii:, |1.-.1| the 'ti' : NBVl: t'i' fnd I KVj of ,,
; 1.
In the of n H Jonen. theiiMHeMHinenl
.. car approach he flashed He has been various SKH of NWl' In Section, was name : AND IE1'\IISr
we have recovered he cut the wire employed by day of August A. D. 191.1. has filedHitme ?V TowilMhlp 8 South I of the Maid property under -
and put his hand through and tinIloc'ed two flashes at him with a hand 'armets in the Princeton area In I In niv office and ban mutt"Hpnllciiiton I Hint. Range 22 Hald certificate, No Cl) 8 wan In A SPECIALTY
t i for a tnx deed to lie litMii -
unil the
t the of I Unknown
t'l: inhH ht, the prearranged signal. trucks ,, ,. Tot and each of you will take name aM- "
the door. He went to the driving grading packingand -d there i4qIirtlftentp ein- 'olli-e tlvit |lb.ltaittff, Hlrnni NMiiient of I the. Maid. property un-
bedroom and two :i':''. Cash; got out of his car put selling tomatoes. l'lro'.m. the followliiK dencrlheil prop.tv Fortner IIIIH filed 10. Haul' ceitlflc-ate No. lilX was III Noteltirn. 1.antn1110
a of..innlaiiM
placed handker-I '"' I In the r-ountir of Bradford.State \\11 I :II:.' mime of CnUnownPnlexH i Furniture
chlpts over the cash baby's face .he money beside the road and I'e- 'On Jan. 9, 1936 he married: of P1nrlf1i.! to-wlt-: In the above. r-oiirt and Maid rtlflcnleri. Hhall he OrnnlPnl
'iiiHe against
one over his eyes and one over his 'tUI'ned! home over the route outlined Cau'lne: Evelyn Hilllard at FortLnuderdale 31 r."t Townfliip 40 & SI' 6 In South'"".II..wn.ttanre M"22KIIHI :! Man Lee. ,you a widow and also J.IIIIM agalnnt'Annie I..... I' redeemed according to law theIlt''Pel'tl's

in the note. and from July 1937 nd J-iin ['''''. mlnorM., III which suit< deMcrlbed therein will be I EnOIAUTiU.N'S OHL
_ mouth. | : "ontahiliifr 20 Arren. moreor h'. relief Mollght IM to quiet, and 'cold to the h IKh..... bidder at the
"With the as directed. until October 1937 McCall leHM.The ,, Court-hoUNe door on the first !Xlon- SHOP
'He lifted the child and walked ransom was ,t"o"'ill n* the '.q lit property nfln t'", the :tltl' t-i e.l land wniirnnted

out ot the door through which he Caa'8 dcliveieil the three ransom employed In the state highwaydepartment under the "uld certificate IHHlieil FI.... I by plaintiff, to his grantee I' -- --- -- ." -
;M Kn' l. IICHi-'in .
< : mile"atiip .
IIM an
Wan In the "im< of l""knov'llI'nlenH ,
had entered and carried the child notes. at Danla as a rod- said certificate final be red fee. Hlmnle fllle, and t I.*. have

I t.' his home about a half mile "McCull went over picked up man. .* 'H1..I, .fti'fordtnw' In law. the prtiperlv VII., I InteieMl and claim I and that of

away taking about fifteen minutes the money anJ went to an orange During the last two tomato seaSons to the demrloed,hitched' lh bidder."...ln at will the I lie court",,1.1 ._I nrh il .of'1011 v.,11,' lip In,111 ,,""'"1,1 h lund'title*,c-nnc THIS.-1 lledIM IS for Expert RepairingSmith's

to walk it. I grove and extracted $250. Hethen in the vicinity of Princeton. h'.u".| .- d.I .. ', 'h. fd M 1.,1.. I I.. o ltrI'ittl.: voi' ANt I MACM OF l

"McCall said the child did not went to a spot In front of McCall and his wife have occupied the month of .Aiimift 193". which In 4th VOI" IIin'n -i ,ii Kt"nr the' 'In office MIIId ."ille of clerk.n lulv of
the liit d:iv of AiiKilxt ltH.:!
/l .4 move at any time he held it and John Chambers' home and threw I an apartment In the home of flitted thin 11th day of June 1938.OKFICfAI ,.. sri Id I -'",11'1 In Sturlte, .Fl.ii-ldH., olotherwlMe '

he thought It was alaeep. He entered the money over a wall. lie walked James B. Cash father of the vic ( A. ,J.SRI.THOMAS.
his home through a rear into the woods and tore up the tim. rieri< of circuit Court ..f by yon The Bradford, Coun GaragePhone
Ttrndford County, Florida. ty Telexraph. IH hereby d'HlKiiatedM .
6-l7-5t7-15. the duly "lllfled new.paoer In
I. SAYS which thin Older and Notice to Ap-,
FIFTH t>ear. Mhall be publlMhed
'0'1","'" (it' "", ,, ''1'10 v<'-'k f.ir fouctinMecutlve Weeks 120

FOIl TTtpnnt nF.n: next prior to Jlllv 4th, 'IM! : WltneNit -
( nil >... Kill toy hand and offli-'il, Meal at
III LAST WITH MAJOR CHANGES SOTI'"n 1>nnnf'v OTVKV.: That "Cilt... ""n n W. :\fo..I..v. holder of Tax Certificate (Ills Tune I I. I.18.! or
1'0'... 814 lH.ned I". 7th H"v (OFFICIAL SHALl I

The King and Quo.n of Eng- t-< the 400 year old history of the of August, A. D. 1933 has filed A. J THOMAS!' I I -
r---- xitme I In niv office and nan, made upntl Clerk of the Circuit Court of
land bought one of the new five card game.. lent inn for" .i I lux ..tl to l,e (milledthereon. Bradford County, Fla I
.Siti'It'' cr1 Ifleirte embraces Knight< Knlghr. Starke' Fla. I I
ut! decks of playing cards: a Cut the same 400 years Cul- the following deHcrlhed property In Attornev for Plaintiff. !I
Vrtson Insists has to 'I" 'r untv .f ItrHdford, Slute of"Morld 0-3-51-7-1. j
mull cable dispatch appeared In proven gen- ,,. to-wlt': _____ f
rations of cird manufacturers f.".. 19 & ft in Woodlawn See "O'l'H'$' ttl t.K OIV T
the American newspapers a fortnight that the pastt>bo.lrd world is Jeal- II Tp 1 S. It 23 ic., containing C''I'U"'II"Ic" STI.s: I
:20! Acre more or I.."". 1"1 HKRKBV (1IVKX:: that
4 ; later and an International: tt' is irul Intolerant, of any changes The nHMeHHment, of the mild property T J. Alil 1< ..,'man has fll.-d with me ,

I bridge: controversy was hunched. \\owever slight. In the makeup of under. the until .... fI''nl.' Infilled written reiiuent that the tax certificates -'
was In the name of I'nUnown together with all cause.'Imsent ,
t Will\ five suit bridge last ? che familiar decks. I'nleNH fiald certificate final! be re. | omlltt' or levied taten held I

I VY V and "No." says EH Cul- The veteran player reveals that deemed according ti> law the property hy the St.it he advertlned and Hold J! : t "
i I deHrrfhed therein will he Mold o the highest bidder for cash an lr 4>t%' 1 1i.
I b rtoor flret. Mond.iv 1H17 actS of the
on the In LeglMhtture.' upon
bridge. The man who made "big eats with a system of "widow the month of Aimrimt, 19.11. whloh Int 'he following deHcrlhd. real entate
contract' bridge but he refuses to ,. ,'.. 4.-'9 \,,,,,imt, 1<>18.Paled In the County of Br.. I business" of the game explains Florida' .
thin llth day of June, 1938. to-wlt : I
state when he will .
It In
his answer In a signed article in place play. ( OFFICIAL 8KAL.) :Nl-i: of NW'i of NR'i Seo. If .
I- "When the time Is ripe," he A. J. THOMAS. Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E.. containing 10 .
I i June Good Housekeeping. | Clerta ot Circuit Court of .M-ew., more or Jen*.
''ays. He explains the intricate Ri-xdfmd, County, .'Inrh'". The taxeH to he Hold are evidenced J
It will be the "kitty" or the of the 0-17-Ht 7-IJ. 0' i-rliricul N.IH. i
scoring new game In his : :; 474 nf 19.13' rept'tivety. -
"wlJow" card that will open up so and reprenent unpaid '
Article. and
demonstrating the fan- "fI'I'i': Of "" If' \Ti% rots tnxeii for the yearn 1913: to rii4:
many fascinating new angles to astlc poflHlhilttlew of the widow T' \( T)5VO) both .....It.lv", amounting. I I.. $ I 7,03.'I

,' the modern bridge: player. Cr1I card in sets hand (9ep Bill Vi>. in'lNflTICH > ALSO': Niij of SK'i: nf :* KH 101....
I bridge up a : IX: FttcltfrIlY 111\1'-:::. That lit Tp. 7 S. R 2\! ..:., containing
bertson contends. I ioncelveil by his partner. Mr!. n W Roller'" holder of Tnx Certlficnte 2l Acres moi-e. or less. .
I No. 431, iKmied. the 5lh day The t'. .teH b_ I
"The most serious students and ._______x ;- osephlne Culbertson. I of September. A. D. '1112 ha.,. filed hy certificate lo NOH.noM 477 are of evidenced 193.1 re.lei'tiVeiy. ;

lovers of contract bridge after a Hume In office and ban made .
ELI CUUIEKTMON "No. Mr. Culbertson says, the I .mv aplillcntloi. and represent unpaid I ,
for n in x died to be l Is-. taxeii for the I c"J.'V
brief. examination of five suit yearn 1K.12 to I 19:18:, .
will ..,. ,
new game not easily displace utefl iherenn Hail' eertlftffitA emhracea .h Inc-liiMlve, amounting to

bridge, have' rejected It as an In- unobtrusive widow thrown In aa the scientific four game suit. the followlnic described properly ALSONKf: : ..f NWH i
fxrlor product he "At first In the County ot Bradford. N%%" nf Nn'i See I IC j.- U5.34'j; .
says. an afterthought will very probably "Oood players," he says "are the State of Florida o-wlt: R. 21 K: ntuliilng' Si> ,
I was inclined to be of the same' end up aa a national game Dilvlleged class of bridge. They Lot. ,Eight, Nine of Block Two. more, or less '
ophi'on! j Ollvl" A Truhy'ii. Add to Htnrke The tnxei lo !le Hold Are evidenced.
k featuring the widow, but with the will not easily give up for a new i iittunge i In Northeast Corner of Hontheaue hv certlflcnte NOM, 1 10:1: and 4HO nf
l, Five suit the noted Quarter. of Nethweet(3tarter 1938 and 1913 .
bridge CliT.i: suit completely lost. game their profitable ac- reMpectively. and represent -

M ''L I i plpl'rdlct "begun aa a stunt ,.ulbert on points out that the ]I onvpi3hments: acquired after so Township. Weft t South of Ry Range Sec 21 23 1935 to unpaid lilt both taxen inclusive. for the. amountIng years-

promote the fifth suit with aa ive card suit Is the basest new much effort' I Kmt. f.. $141.*i).
The a."E'.m..nt ot the said prop- ALSOSi. : !* of SWt, of NVVij A


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[ BRADFOR" COUNTY TELEGRArtt R''K'.n.on.'. ,
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': : :18, al the: church I J TI J \ I 0 \\ of :.S: Wl, Of
1 School ))1"lrh.t : '' :H 522 B n.1. Hull.n. ,. ,:
pub,, Nntlrc' Is. h"I"'hy ] I Ii I IOS '
U p" given '
n ,, ''dn'ul. ., Cniiiity for the I much the'roof a..s will h. ner that the hIlowlug] ," 1 i: ..r sw'. of SEVi' R..% 1 }f.. ''I I 't
"i.ir three trusteesilllage 1'1:11: herein xel 1 "M"Ary tll I pay Iho' II : 4.19 '..r sii. ,',f SE44: ex 1 A !
opposite .
10 the ,
?. ,, / for the en- and IIdv..rtf"lnll'i will he Rod,1 lit public same, ,,". .. :: ) 3.80 "n H side W of Ry 34 a 22 89 Unknown __ __ R.70 Il l 1 11 f '

'" ;: ;:''I of holding naldug of House i938. Ht the hour clf 13 aUI.tlun' ",' : : / HW>i nf HWVi "f SKV-;: _. 3BW 8 22 10 deo. Coleman ___ _____ 1.21 ;..1 J3: i'
are appolnt- dour the County of Dradr""d" III 2,69 14 of NVi'( of NWVi of q'
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Y il] Florida
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i '," ?l"I : 14,21 :NW'I: --BG. 215 C. 1. & :'1. Dlngfelder __ 8.41 "

I "L Norman! NKU!: of NW% SSEVi 6 22 40 Federal Land Dank_ 11." t l I'T

,h"j, ,.'." WhlteheadIti'ddlHh"i-i-uw* U..rl..n fII..... T R.o\ ''! /! '.51 "f SEVi of 8BV4 BEV4 I 22 10 O. L. Kersey ______ _.. 1.ot 1 r t 1 "

,? SEt4 clf SW'4 & W4of of SWV, BSEH < 22 80 Johnle Parmenter _____ 17.OS
!: !' of "F% of A
8Wt4 of "REV4$5' SWVi
6 19 60 J. "fiii of of H'
8.M swij! BETA ex ;
._- 85I of SWVi of NE541 7 19 SO J. 14.29 B 6 A .__ 68EH 6 22 23 Ivan )Morrl __ _'__nn 3.41 fk t t I
-- St24Ff NEVi & N'4! of 1.34 ._ ____ n' 6 22 160 Jerome Thlrsch ______ 4069
, 'O'fU f) OP .Hied':I." CTIOVp In them! Ihe ; .. __u 10 7 19 ICO Mrs 1.34 Sifc! of SWof\ :NWVi __ 8 < 23 20 Unknown _ 461
of '
SB'/ RE' '--
) pbli;; ;:I'I, Instruction for 4 --_--, 10 7 19 40 {Vt4of8Vt4&2AIn8\V{ }; ,

PPr1"" ,,,,,1) herebY, call an NE'i of NE'i & Eof! Cor of NKU of SWVi & I ;
I"ad' ,01 ,' ,'h."iiHHna Sub School DIsrl SWi/4 NWVi of of NKVi ___. 11 7 19 60 Mr. 22.11 WU of 414'4"' of SWV, .. 8 6 22 102 Jerome Thlrch 85.64
,,' Hampton Sub School NWVi & N----- / All EH of. of t
1 .," SWVi NWVj; SWVi
'. ,. 'n, be held July -- ------_ __11 7 19 80 Mr. i : 13.0 W of road _10 6 23 B Mr.. Alloe Lansford ___
of 4.20
SWVi SW'i __________11 /
7 19 /
I ]I'II'' '! Vh. feHHa. 40 I
,p Hall In the town 6Ih.// HWVi of NW i ----_. ____12 7 19 40 12th of 8E 4 of BWVi -11 6 21 20 C. V. Inglewrlght' _".___ 2.66
,od ., ]. 'II s. ", whether. NWVi' of HW'4' ____ 13 7 19 40 1 : 2.31 Jo'it of 11 6 83 20 Irene B Brown 8.2S
]Him!J;' .I N', l Ilsli II KV of "'E' of NW'i __h 1 6 2(1( 20 .. 816 K'j: of NF'44nftSW% __ .14 8 21 20 U B. Bnbiln _- 7.37
t :
'" > .. )UlHtilct. con..olldal"I SE'i of NK>4 & EH of 8.14 W'''y of E'a of SE'i:'! of
nIb': 'nlstee.. .$ and SB'4' & NW'i of SW'i.-' 6 20 160 R. F : N '4 14 8 23 10 Wm Mahler 4.20
,cr ., ,inlllage 10 be KSHBHSiniHollduted N'AJ:\ ot HWi/4 of SEV ex C N 6 A of' NWI4' of 8 W 1.4"of
,.tld?I .' district ],, A School Koad .-_ 2 8 20 15 n. /! SE'i __ -.-. .16 6 32 6fr.*. J. n. Bryan ___ 2.96
'd .6s ] two years The All EI( '.r KKV' E of pub WV of NW<4 of "SRI* .__ 16 6 U 20 Mary Punter __n__ 874
10>. ..Ilug, mill 'lection/ will be: !i111I lic rood -----_ __ 11 28 60/ Joe / 1435 E'.. of 8WI4 of NK''i _16 6 23 20 Eugene L. Klnchen ... 8."
> ? NF:'. of NW" 13 6 20 40 Xtt ,- 24311 Lot 1 I. 2, 8, 4 of Florence
rH1'JRl' ,'Innd SnlllvanHeraey :NW'j (if :NWi4 & N'4 of : 6.12 11. Cannva's S/li In NMi. 17NWU 6 S3 120 Federal land Bank 8110
;'Ar,: I SW'4' of NW 4 .13 8 20 60 O H : cf NWU __ IT 6 23 40 Jerome Thlrsch -. 1429
... ,. Swindle ] 8% of HWi of NW14 & 80.94, ;NEU. nf :.N'K'4: 18 6 23 40 Jerome Thlrsch __' ---. 18 63
W S Sibleyii' NWM of HWVi .. 13 6 20 80 8. (', 8.18 /S'v' 714'4-131 i: 1 iif NW'i! of 1 /
roxM, : I SRI', of NE1 Sftxon I PB for of NKVi of NEi/i 14 8 20 43 n. a I I W-l/3/ i.f N'VQ ,,f NL41R.15 -
swindle I N>u of /MWi/4! hJ of river. 21 6 20 10 A & NICU of

:" 1 1 Perry; I Ri-i! of />I".'/, _____22 6 20 NO H. H. 8.16 NW'i .. IS 6 23 E3 dad Tyeon ____________ 8.57
ha, : Hall II SVVli of SW',4 _00.23 6 20 NI{, of /tE14/ 41 SF11.! of
40 H.
u I II Lots I. 3 of Blk 19, New_ B. .29 ';!.Erv... '' !IR 6 23 120 Edith, T'help _n______ n." 1 1t
I __23-24 8 20 : \; ; \ ., ut XIV a":1: A aH'a a ca tu U. A. Perry ___ _______ 2.97 1
S'V\re\! NW,4 __ 28 6 20 : of ; SWV. ex" 1 N
un' 40 n. ;
NK1'4 of NWV7 Lot 1 Iii NB Cor W of
r _27 6 20 f
MII'ii :: fI..' '' I.K OF TAX II'A/ of 3'4 of ",1''/: -- "I. 28 6 20 4(1 40( B.: L:, ; ; 11.36 road -. _______21 6 22 20 J. W. Edward; -_ ___u- 21.81
/"'J'I'I"'I'o\TI' P4 I NEV4 & JoI'IJ of NY4. & Ha A h..1o420 ft N of SHCor

I IS; IIBUEBV (11VEN Ihat NWV, of SKI* -. -- _21NEV4 6 20 280 IT, D. 1.04 of SWI4 of "8W'4' &
,PI''' .'iriled with me written of :-IE --33 8 20 40 run N315ft.\V210ft,
IE. i ), ,"i; h. tax certificate to- I K'4 of HW""iSW" & /! ; S316f7.I t210fttobeg

", "l1 subsequent omltt..djO" SE'4< of "SWVi' 33 6 20 60 ex11ed80ftN&Sby

"" n., held by the State be I K'i of KEV, :: : :33 8 20 80 11.01 118 ft I E: & W In "SI'' Cor.81 6 23 2 Octavla Kllei'non 5.40
"t .I 'nlcl to the hlahPMtadd'd. NV., of NWl, & RJ.:'.; of ''' of KK\t of "S(4' | '( & ----- I

;, a-"h aM provided by NWlA: N of HWU Of ;' I : I f ;: H W'l4; of SK'4) nf SHI',__ 21 6 22 30 J. IT. Addlson ..______ 14.5t
.f, "..f the 1837 acts of NW'4, u __ __ __. ___ 34PR" 6 20 IfiD ) : : 9.92 A In OK1 1 of NWV", see +
d"" ,_ ,' use. upon the following __ __ ___.. __ ;__" "34820 160 10.51 deed record, 40. page 127
.hi, 'u,K. (i i". ., I] ..Htate In the County NWVi _--- __-_______ 2 7 20 IBO : : for d*''pi'rhitlun: i I ; 21 0 22 10 O. 8. Bradley .._______ 5.44
do of Florida. turn Lots 1-2-- _. 30.H1 5 A 1 In NWV of 8KV4
: ,, ?, !p 'd. State nuu 7 7 20 160 H I. T. : 7
it HUj of R'I 5 nf Lot 7. 8... 7 7 20 40 T. C. 3.3D HouncliMl' H by Jackson
_\\ 14E'y i S of Blanch NK 4 of NWVi & WKi of H.I0 h.I.! I K by haul road, N
,Pt. i"s H 20 E.. oontaln- NWl'4 & SEV of NWVi i I 8.10 nfnltlk. 314 mil varWhy ''' 21 6 22 5 Addle E. DeSua ______ 15.15
V -J, 01,01" VI 1 Ir ''n. ex about 8 A E of public U S W
THI : 4 ,-. lie old are evidenced road & NRi/4 of SWVi I 8.91 & K'-i' of Itlk 3 8 of U
i t.. NOH 4 and 56 of 1931' ex I A In SB Cur:3 1 20 196 :afro 1.PH 4 '\' In Temples Sub:'!

bY,: pt < lively, and represent'I5' '' Lot 9 of Blk: : 1'lv a-w21 6 28 10 John Covlngton -..___ 8.27
an II! ,axes for the year* 1930 i City __ 00' .__ g 1 20 )Stre.. 389 \\'vofHilt 1 S of R
: ''IF'I.: >I. 'in Inclusive, amounting Lot 3 of Blk 2 Ward 810 exI A/nNHCor4114i4/ d
to 8.10 '..r Blk 1 S of It 3V In
8 7 20
'"A1-:/ ..r "E'. of NWliV & I Lnts,City 1. 2 of Blk "iw rct Mr. TemiilnH Sub/ Ulv .. --21 8 22 9 D L. Lloyd ___u____ 15.19

? > \ 't S.- II Tp. 6 M. R.nrnlniiig City .. n.. 8' 20 Sire.. 8.40 Lot 4, 5, 8, D ot )Ilk. I
/ 100 Acre, I Lnt' 11 nDlk 11 Ward 1, Ptnephiirst Development
.. -ltv .. 8' 20 III P. 0.85 .. -. 21I/ 28 Hal Kdwarda ________ 4.EO
1 <" lii mild are evidenced Lot 12 of Blk 11 Ward BV.J; of 8K'4 of SWVi of
'Ii" at.. NIW"t' loom W 2 A .22 6 23 3 B. K. Conway __n____ 2.81
h ,i. and rep- Lol.Y2., 7 'ofHlk--12 rd WIJ of NK'i:' of NKV _, .23 8 23 18 O. T. Newiiom .__ .. .-_ '.81

I I i i '?;1"..m.t both, 1 ;:,'jIlMltV".. !II 'I Lots Cltv 6, 9 of Blk _12. _Ward.n 8 1 20 rrrs I I \ '" 897 4.21 Sid.'t' of NWl.NWl' I of,rN Nl4;' _'&. 83 6 23 80 r. A. Jnhanson, ___u 4.06 -

I N >4 iif HWU ui NE'i' __22 CI 23 2(1 I>iinli.| T.pltvrnmii _
*2nn so | City __ _. g 7 20 3.66 1'
I,1 8titBlk' 1R1\'erd :lIrI. I 18.18 NU'M' \ of )NW"' ..33 6 23 40 '1'. 8. Williams. ____ 14.29
'.I I .if :NEV4.: \ Ex. 2 A \ '' I .u
I LrClty' 8.89 All W14 of NE'. of HK'.i"" N
8 1 20
,1W'. nf. NJ J" Ex I Lots 11 12 of Blk 13 Ward j of rood 23 6 22 11 J. Q. Boyd .___ __ ... B.16 e
-I r".i Sec. 14 Tp. 6 8.06 I
E 0 A of a 'i ai 'r ..JIIIII" 76 Acres Cltv __ 8 7t. 2D
'nl 14'W rii bring all >if H'. of ShJii\
I Lots 3, 12 of Blk '.n of :II of rand .. .23Thnl 6 22
8 T 20 8WU a Mrs' Dora Fulllvan .__ 4.50 q /
.t", h,' sold are evidenced let' s' mk-ti-Ward airs portion, of HWU' of
I.) N": .." 10 and 32 of 1U31i \ I 4, of 1.RI M'JU A SWV of HIOU' of
City _. .. .. 8 1 2D J
and IIfn I.n MJVn' M "C nail 48 23 0 22
i pP'< tl\ely. represent 20 ErnestVunderllch __ 7.97
3 4 of Blk 15 WardCity -
,, 6.81 W Id A nf "f HK
I, l u1S for the years 1030l / ] NWU 4
.K l I h in.". luHlve, amounting I of n Nerd'T W, : 8.20 & N G A of W'n'. nf HWV*
Lot 7 131k15 ; i.f N nf mad. 4R 24 8 22
llO' lid SKij 21 Chap. E. Wlnchell __ 11.43 '
__ 8 1 20 u
n n L : All 8WV4 of SEU & K'i' of
l I' 4. 5 uf Blk 24 New J.otC.
10 11 of Blk 15 Ward
5.11 'if S nf road. 34NEU 6 23
ii I'f '! 2.1 City ____ ___ .. 8 1 2D KI3U NW'i 97 Maggie Hamilton ___ 14.51
: 42tS"fp. nu U n k 25 6 22
I S-\V"4 6 Ward ( : ico ('has. J. Johnson. ____ 45.03
10 of Blk 18
Lot NKU .
$.08 Wi of 86NKU 6 23 WunderlU-h
80 Ernest 2H.11 I
I., flty 8 1 20 .Y..... ::: : -
4.21 of NWU 86 6 23 40 L. it. & Mae Jordon := 4.86
,i.''I l-, old are evidenced Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 12, 13 of 8.14 WO ft nf N I 105 ft of 10V, ',
NOH 18 and 88 of 1931 I Blk 18 Ward City __ _. n 8 1 2D 1If. O. nf, NWU "f E"4" ofNE'4
i ]i' tlxely, and represent LotM 5. 6, 7, 8 of Blk 20, 10.18 _. ___28 6 21 i
: Rogers' Battle _____ 4.86
: . ... 8 1 2D oo
l iixii fm the years 19PO I Ii Ward City H. 1'. I Com nt :NEor" of Call & \f
i t h in.luHlve. amountingI.M Lin .1 of I1'22 Ward ID.18 Chiinh M & run I 10 271.ft p
Cltv n 8 7f 2D O. H. i N 341 ft for a pt nfIKK.
Lot, 1 of B'k' 25 New ,nt5. 4. T. D of Blk 22 thence run 19 210 fI, J d'' ,
,;"\ r in EI 1.: & \ '<, of NWVi Sec. 24 Tp. LOTH of Ward 20 : 68H i N 75 ft to beg 28 6 23 V. B. Harrell ______oo 6.36 l
U "I. Jn/ K City ; 8 1 W. { 3.U i Lots 1 I. :'I of Hlk I 16
Lot 12 ti------------- inal( Town of Suu' O..I&1
r I' wto, be Hold are evidencedtI 8 1 20 Laura Com 26 ft :H In W ., 1 a 1
: :
ideate i No.. 19 and 89 of 1931 DikCity23 -Loi--f--W ; ii i201 Ciir nf Lot R of Illk 16 A -
I mil 1933 respectively. and represent. __ 8 1 20 1 f
City Uk run N 105 ft, W 21V4! ft,
". ip.ild) 'taxes for the years 1930 Beg at SW Cor of SW'i : 14.86 S! 105 ft to Call Ht. thencnK ,,i, ,I,
r I' t .th inclusive, i ii of "SE'i' & run E on See 22M ft to beg Original C.6

:t' tit 1RtLBI' amoulltlnll/ line 607 2-3 ft, thence N r"T.! R.40 Town of Stark __ 28 G 82 Dank of Starke ...... E7.29 m ,1''
'' 1 Hi., of SBVi' / 'to S boundary. of Ward Heir at NW Cnr of ('mill A
.. I n 1 '1'" 6 S R. 20 City thence W 607 2-3 'I 8.10 Walnut/ HIM AT run W 146 ..- ,.... I

"i.I''Ig"' -0' Acres, more or lens : thence 8 to beg tg 7 20 3 C. A. ft 2 In for a pt of beg .. ...' ', ,I ''t I
i i\.s 'to be sold. are evidenced 1<1.fi.. of SEVi _::::: 7 20 40 .. thence "inn N lOll fl. Wtil I
bi "Mirii.iu-" Nos. 21 and fiS of I HWV'4 of SEH & SEVi of : ft I, 8 l H'li ft, I U 16 ft to
li ..r il I I'IT leHiicctlvely' and rep- SWV4 lit R 100 ft Of : 0.00 beg In ink 17, tniglnal 'I
rl. .:'I h''; unpaid, taxed for the ,R\VV4 of SWV' ___ __ ___11 7 20 83 nnkn Town of Stnike h 28 0 22 P. B. Knight _________ 23.01 1 )
,,0" ""-', '10 l1lH! :) both Inclusive. NWii of NE'<4'- -- _--_14SW'4 1 20 40 11 1.16 Lc.t 6 .x N III ft of W'1+
C" ,,,ot tint,,,., !", 371.81.l I of NW'i 14 1 20 40 .. N1054ftofLot8ofhilt } '

\\1.-'? I ''J "f NEVi Ex NE"i' nf 1" &". of NK'i' & All SEli 20, ( irlKlmil I 1 Town of ,
Mi: ,,. I INK':: : "Sec' 22 Tp. B H. II. of NEV FN'pof 1'5"N' IBSR" 1 SO 45 2.as Htnrko .. -.28 0 22 U. C. l.tvlng..tOIl ______ 82.84 s
-: 'lIning 70 Acre. 4, of '! ,. of Heir ill 8W Cur of land
i i 10...* road .- -- -- -. -15 f 20 A6 sold In :Mr, T. T Lonir' I
WU, nf NW, 15SW'i 20 ::3 n I. by R. J. TII in pie & run I Ii j I'H '; II S
I ," -I" lie Hula are evidenced nf SWVi 15 1 20 C : 14 dnnri'i-H H 41 fttl !
., f" ate, No. 223 and 236 of I 1T4 I. _- --18 1 20 811)" L. I hence H. 14 degrees, W

I. ..' .. unpaid taxes for N <6< A --- -_ 16 7 20 8 O. C. : : { I H H2 ft, thence N
)I' I' .
I ,to. 193$, both N''V' of: '; \V'4' s" IAN ; UO 14 degrees K 234 ft
i l" Uo.I.56.! 1
? I II 17R 1 20 a '
?.f Iv! 31 7.' 'V thence" K 14 degree
Ii I -' 'I I Acres of SW'l! ofNV I I 14 \ nt NI4% of NEVi 21 1 2IJ i4 0. C'. US 41 ft to bun, ___ __ 28 II 13 Mr*. Nell. It Nollman _. 27.86 1
] ; >/, SBC. 23 Tp. B S All :':\VI% of N'VI.x E Thl..... A In !HWVi! Hounded } 1
l Containing 4 Acre. i 12 A __ __ __ 23 1 20 2R n' C 8.83 N liy J O. Alvure Add ,
I 1. .. I viji\ of' !s-iii 22 1 28 40 l1'n k' 10 by Adamx Ht If ext tI
*< t '. In Hold are evidenced r.'% at PEH of SEVI _____23 1 20 20(I ,V. U. 6.69 t Uy land A '
J it". ,ti- ;NOR; 225 and, 58 of E'i of NEU & ISW'. of t mindedFX luLuV:,;,..-. .-.28 g 23 -la* Lamb ____n_______ 6.10 ,
,, ,, ."d l'i Iii t.Hpeetlvely, and rcp- :NE'i le.. road 1 24 7 20 116 J Lots II i. 12: I If1 I. 14 AFraol! I
li> unpaid, taxes for the N' of NW" nf NWU __ .21 7 20 20 DrR D. 8.10 Lnt III CiinKi'Ky'H Add' to I ly
"'' 1''' '" to 11118 both Inclusive, !'J"f 5tN\V41v'4 24 1 20 40 f Mtaike llnunded. N by I1
S 'II ,"UK' 'to $32 55. l WH, nf SW'i! & Call Ht, W by Hay Ht, ii: 47 }
\1.l s>", N''..., of NWV, of NWVi & I "W'i of S'V'U 7 20 60 W. It. by Madison', :Ht< 28 6 13 O. C. Livingston _____ 10B.40 "
'f NW4 of NWVi & N''j Of '! r'"11 lit N\V '.,1' of !Sec.S5 The N't' of the following
'1 ?...IIW') /14 I".. 23 '1'/,. 5 S. & run E 415 yds, S' 469 itMKMlhecl I :: City, Illkliniindnd u

'"..ro-ur' R containing 60 Acre. I 440il.. W 4:15: yd_. N : N by Call I.Sttl h' ,
lens 440 yds to pt of be*; 36A W l.y llroiidway HI 1)1
ill-- 'I.tXfN .tn he sold are, evidenced Also com at NW Cur ) 2.G8 bv MudlNi.n Ht./ & E by 4 rI
I" ''rtlfl.' ,'ate NOB. 227 of of Sec 25 & run E 490! : Hay Ht ,. 28 6 23 Unknown __________?_ 22.71 t V I
19'1> .> .il .41 I of 1934. andand" ,- ".. ydn. 8 440 yds for a pt : Lot 2 cif Illk 13, Living.Kton 4b
P"', uiinald,' taxe for the year' 1930 of ben thence I'> 80yds Truby & Co' Hub :
t I'-QQ l both Inclusive' amounting S 8RO yds, W 880 1: //1.11 l.ivlslnn: I _28 0 22 8. K. Kelley. _________ 7.97 ,
to IZZ2.95. yd_, N 880 yds to pt ofCorn""loO Lots II. 4 of Klk 17, LlvIngnton ;
ALSO Lots 3, 4, 6, 6 or NO of 2 7 20 108 '.. Truby & Co' '
!jiik, 24 Town of Lawtey W of :; i has -WrSFJU : Hub-luvlxlnn, .28 6 82 D. P. Fullum __________ 9.87 ; .
Ry NN' 23 Tp. 6 8. H. 22 Jo).. 'or of Sec. 25 & run W ::! .11 Lot .1 nf Klk 19, LlvlnfC- i
The taxes to be sold are evidenced N 20 .chn.*, E 20 eton Truby & Co'. HublilvlHlcm 'j .
I I.< i-rtiflcntd rhnsnN 20 6 83 Mose Graham rel '
No. 699, of 183J and 40 .chns K : d5
ffimn-nt the unpaid taxes for the chns, 8 40 chns. W 20 UI Lot 4 of Hlk 111,
X"Hr 193J to i.,3St! both inclusive chns. S 20 chns to beg- "'nn. Truby & !! ;
/"ling'' to $73.77. 120 A. also com 490 yds : : : Division Llvlnw'f 1 ,'f
A.811.n', / B 3i 4 of Blk 25 Town E of NW Cor of "Sec.' 25 t.82 WVi of Illk 40.
;rLa\vti-v W of Rv., Sec. 23 Tp. 380 Hti.n. Truby & ',, : ; +
The R 22 E., &le N840Oy1esW 380 IMvlHliui ..- _28 t 11 Unknown ---________._ 2.44 ...!
bv'T taxes! to be .01<1 are evidenced vile to beg- ,_ _--_- 25NWVi 7 20 154 Lot 3 of Elk 1, LIvlnR- l .
.llrh.ale No.' 233 and 700 ot of ':3f1lA E'i of .stun Truhy & ('0'* Ad-28 ,
1931 "?.M1RJ3 respectively. and rep. SWU of NE'4 .__ 1 6 21 60 Mrs. J. dltli.n to /Htarko 6 33 O. C. Livingston ------ 8.78 :
'O."nl, unpaid taxes for the I S't of NE'i of NW'iW'4 & LOla 6, 6, 7 nf Illk 3, UvIngflton -
leers, no I '" l'!>3". both Inclusive of SEVt of t 5 21 40 John Truhy & Co'. *' E

ernumtin AL8i Rnp ...<.3.t ,.y.4 of NEV of NE JVii..* .. .. ..,.. Ail'lltliin! "! .t"rk'-.U! 8 11 a. C. Livingston ______ 11.42 e
Lot: on State St.. BS rc.Hf; .. : 26 30 I. Lots' 4. A K, 7, H I'kU' IV, 11,
F1,,, v & S by 100 ft E & W lndlv"'e' tnt 001--/!. ofRW,1 12. 13. ,14 of '10, LlvIriKHtnn ,,4)
I".d, N Iov 'n. N\V Cor 8.40 ruby & IV* '
F. :>o/fOl"n./ Tow ,I'y 1 A In
8"f -.wlny' W Of Ry- "'ec. Tp.n & ex. eX also that portion ( t.10 Addition to Starke/ __28 ? ,, J. H Addison _________ 23.11 ;' 1 "oC
R. 22 E N of County gradedrand Lot 10, 11 of I.i Ik 16, LlvIngHtnn -
I' 'x''" t 1e .nld evidenced running West, to : Ttuby A Co'.
"in.' "mTu* No" T12 of 1933 and I State! Jo"nrrn road & :' (.40 Addition I to, /Htarkn ___28' 12 Mr. Julia. Eastman n_ 6.46/ +)'

>> "iiw' id' unpaid taxes. for the /IW'4 nf 1144 ___ ---25 g n 11& Mrs 3.06 Lot 4 nf Hlk 17., Llvlng- dy.
: A Ad-
'r'-, ,-in1.' / ,'o 348.61.1939: both Incluelve" NW'1 that, of portion NI4'4 of- 1P.5 1 -tit- 25 .0 4.27 ,1111.stun'" Truby to 8taike, ____ .28 6 12 Unknown .----______ __ '.18 '

\\I,;'" 'Lot. 40 'In Woodlawn Sac. All of NWt4V 256 LOIH 1, 2. 3. 4 nf Blk 25, Y 4tyt() '
'ii. ''M" :, S. R. 22 K. tWn+ N4;, of N4(4 of Livingston, Truhy A r
A,''""' mre or IBM. containingTh. *. NWI lying S ot.-Lawtey ; \ ; Co' Addition to Starke 28 6 33 Wm. C. Prather ______ E.46
11 13, U, 14 of Klk '
l rMfVV0 Le Bo1'1 are evidenced public road & S4! ofNE'l Lots .
No. 149 and of NW4 .____ 25 6 It 81 T. I. 26 LivlnKftton. Truhy ACo'
Kr"/S;the unpaid x.rior. the I of, 8144 of NWIA.--u! .__25 6 21 20 Mrs Addition to Htarke 181.1/ Wm. C. Prather __..__ 4.EO 1.' !
I 10 I : Inclusive one Lot 9. 4, Giu1 lit.8LI'ln.: : ,kb
""'" ""In.." to $ iV9.both! of SWt4 of 8W5421 6 81 20 Mu / 11, 12 nf < ; '

AIn 6. 11;, 38 VI' In of Woodlawn Lot 17 & ..A0:1: : lt'l 4 NF1'4 nf N14V4 S of &public all SW'.4of road Mton. S'VtoM& Co'* Addition ___88 I tl L. L. LIbby ---________ '.11 14 I

Apr a S. R. 22 E.? containing" 86 & N..,." of SE'4 .. ______21 0 21 140 J. 11. 1 Lot 4, II of Illk A 81, Co'Llv.. d

The taxes to SE'4> at 8W14 & amid---29-- !ng"ton Truby g U Unknown ......__
by be xoll are evidenced )" 1'\4' \ ____ ____ 6 It SO Mu C. Addition to IItarke18 .... '.4'
1ert.llcate Nn. __ _____82 5 21 40 Wm Lot 4 of Hlk 3, Davis *
''.'pr.'nl the unpaid 848 taxe of 193J.for and the RW54 of of NWI NE'4' or NW'4 ___ 84 0 21 20 M... H. \ Truby Add to Htarke _28 ( 1S 1'. W. Buddlngton ____ 14.11 ; 1 ,
FJ'iI '
.r. C Jones Addition '
1932 Blk -
of Lot 1 of ,
Im'untlng' to to U8.ea.193. both Inclusive, HE'4' of NENE'. ,.. __ as 6 21 80 W. C. \ to Starke$1 I 2> Unknown ________..._. '.41 I

ALSO): NW\4\ of Hlk 6 S of R 3 14 S141------- Loth 1. 8.81 Lot 4. 5, 6x N 5 ft of '

Win i N111' of SW'4 Temple.n 2 & Wy.! of LoI"tieIbrRprlnge /11, 18 XtaR1krkJones, Addition. ..to.28 21 N. II. WainwrIght/ ____ 11.48 t,1tI' )

H. h It 22 3'4:; conlalnlng Acres, Sec,8 21 Acru Tp., tit lk 4___In__ _______n36 IS 21 Mu. Lot 1. 8 & 8Mi of Lot S.Illghwuy ,
"lOr. Addition to
The taxes or .l leuI to' be 8t,4 of N'4 Cor of &NE'Ni1i'ex of I 814o A / : Htarke __ ___ _38 ( 11 N. D. Wainwright __- 616 N, I''
I" told are evidenced 10 NW .
'ertlfle..te _____ __ 1 6 U 19 N. D. Lot 2, 3 of Blk 9. Highway -
'-'eaent No. 9H6 of 1933. and NE 4 --- Addition to Htarke.iEVj : 8 11 N. J. Keen _--__--_ ._ '.n 4
& --
the SE.
SWV ot .
unpAid taxes for the
y ir. F.54 of Lot t of OIl 1.
6 81 Walter
__ 1 60
193M of SE\4\ |
In, both Incluelve SEy4 '
?''"y-i.it. -N-- Temple Addition ta
Sxld' $24.85. I 814 ot Sh1% of NE'.4.&NEI4 i Starke 88 6 11 *". W. Buddlngton ... ._ 4.118 tl, ,
I ll ''flcate together with or NW 54 of SE'4
< xi-''Iihseque'' omitted or Levied .r RF$141.4 __ __ 3 8 It 80 W. R. I N IOt61nofImt6AallLntN 6, 7 Hlk l 9 Temple ,

bl"W ler aV the he Courthou the door eln 8WI.4' 'of.NEt NW54;. &of 8E'4 Sh1'46 of 6 It 120 1l. J. Add to Htarke ______IS 38 L>. a. Knight _______ 14." /
NWI.4 &
stars" nl Klk II. Ternelw ,
n18 8 It n Walter Lot 4'1
ti: 1'i IH on at the 24th, day of June A. NE'4' of NE\\ _-II -yd"- ofNE1,4 Addition to Htarl<,,_28 13 Unknown _._________u '.J'
W ?
11:00: o'cluck A. 1\[. N I< II yd" & : .
6 It 29 Mn M. Lot 1) 14 i-f Blk II.
lJf.lod. Thl. the 4th... day ot JaneOFyICIAL of NW'4 _N__-___166yds 11 Temple Addition to .I ,

C SEAM Nlf114 of& ex NW'.4r.W 88 e.yds-----. 13 It 80 Mn E. .01 i Hturke 28 I 23 Mrs S. R. Oaborn ___ 8.11I "

J. THOMAS.R'rA W'h of \ ofIIfE'.4 Lot 4, 6 of Blk 14, Temple ,
( : f Court of \ of SWI4 & 544. of ; 13 I Addition to Sturke.JH 31 C. A. Futch -- .-- --- -- 4,31 '
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PACK FOUR: ... BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGKAril, STA.UUE, FLORIDA .. ._________.__.__. _____._.__________ .. FRIDAY. .11 v-. ..
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'Mrs Beawley>> Honors Mrs. Tommy Ritch Heard Dr. McLendon Honored Mrs. O. Haynes HonoredOn Miss Marguerite,. r\ s

AIcl]ndon With Surprise I In Jacksonville Recital With Gift From State 75th BirthdayMrs. Wed Mr. Phillip H"I", i ?, (Iltl, 'ro*

'fSoc Oett j Kitchen Shower I Tommy Ritch. son of Mrs. Car !I Farm Associates Bertha Pearce, entertained !II'. and Mrs' R I: I ; ,.
rie Rltch of Staike. with dinnerat nounce the i
Mrs. O L. Beasley was a de- was presented I Dr. H B. McLendon, who has last Wednesday a eng,, ;, m. "I
In H piano recital In the Institute proachlng ,, ,. t.
lightful hostess Friday afternoonat been employed as dentist at the her home on South Cherry mal'I ,,'
I, her summer cottage-on Kings- of Musical Art Saturday I State Farm for the past thirteen street In honor of her mother. Mis.O daughter, Margui .1, ,I"( M, th 1
New Arrival ley Lake when she entertained night In Jacksonville by Mrs. John years and who Is leaving soon to lip Roberta, son of MI, and l Pb M'
who celebrated her
Zeta Tau Alpha Houseparty Calvin Wells well-known teacher Haynes William Roberts ,
members of her bridge club and a open a dental office In Orlando <>t 'rltllaha
and Mrs. H. M. Richarde of Tommy attended Robert E. 75th birthday The
Enjoyable Event 1 few other guests with a party and was honored Monday afternoon bya wedding will ?.? <]
the State Farm, are announcingthe shower In honor of Mrs H. Lee high school ID Jacksonville A delightful dinner consisting of on Thursday June 30 "Iemnlll
kitchen; number of friends at the State It i t ,
of Beta Gamma chap- I '
Members 'I'
of girl, on Wed- lust and his friends 'lOt"
arrival a baby
year many In the
fried chicken and chicken afternoon ,
B. McLendon, who will leave soon Farm who presented him with a plleauwas at 1 in,
ter of Zeta Tau Alpha Sororityand June 13, at St. Luke'sHospital there manlfasted their interest In the horn? (
nesday brlde-elecl's
different for Orlando to make her home. handsome piece for his desk. The served guests attending Including parent
rushees from parts in Jacksonville. Mrs. I him not their and
only by
The spacious porch, where six presence made L. her immediate family. Miss Prevatt
presentation was by Supt. ,
of the state returned to their respective Richarde, prior to her marriage applause at the recital, but also by an flu"(" ,,m' bn,
homes Sunday after en- I tables for bridge were placed F Chapman.This Many beautiful and useful gifts nette is the only dau/thl"1, ]
was Miss Harriet Rltcb daughterof the many flowers with which the ? AI
Mrs. J. M. was attractively decorated with a useful Is fountainpen were received by Mrs. Haynes on and Mrs. Prevail She
joying a houseparty at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritcb of auditorium waa decorated gift a ( Was Rra
:Mitchell's summer home on Kings- Starke. I variety of summer flowers The following review of his program resting on a black onyx base, the occasion from relatives and uated from the Bradford COunt

ley Lake. At the conclusion of the game was taken from Monday's and his name i Is engraved on a friends. High School and the Florida ffl.,1,

., The young; ladles participated Jr. I I Mrs. M. F. Brown received a piece Times-Union: gold plate on the black onyx. The Those to attend were: Mrs. College for Women at 'T'ltlalJH81e! !
In many social activities during Wilson May, of pottery and Mrs. E. L. Biggs fountain pen is black and finished Marshal Favor wife of Dr. R. M. where she received an A B ,'I]e
his with Rachmaninoff gl't
the week, among them being the Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May, of received a Mexican tea towell for I Opening' program with gold. Favor, of Miami; Mrs Guy Phil- in Education. For the
dramatic "Prelude
in C
dance at the Woman's Club, which Miami, formerly of Theressa, are making high and second high Sharp Minor s ," Tommy at once I 1 Names of the friends who pre- lips, Lake City, and Mrs. T. J. MIss Prevail was a membeVSJ,
and the luncheon announcing the arrival of a son on scores respectively. Thomas all Mrs. faculty of the Bell High
they sponsored demonstrated that sensitivity sented this gift are: Mr and Mrs.L. Haynes' daugh- School
given by Iota province at the Casa Wednesday, June 8, at the home I Mrs. Beasley presented Mrs. Mc- which i la the ear-mark of the gift F. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs J. ters and one sister, Mrs. E. W Mr. Roberts Is the .-idoHt ,onJ

Marina Hotel at Jacksonville of Mrs Fay Gill. Mrs. May, prior I Lendon with a Fiesta water jug as ed musician. A warm full tone A. BouvIer, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Redd, of Alachua, and also Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts,. ,of, Tails
\. Beach last Saturday. to her marriage was Miss Marjorie a 'remembrance of this delightful and perfect pedalling characterized Cox, Miss Rosa Lee Dunbar, Mr. Clara Sasser of Valdosta Ca., at- hassce. He was gradual i i in.

.r Chaperones during the week Johns, of Hampton occasion. Mrs. Jack Williams, a his performance. Following this and Mrs. T. D Fnncher Mr. and tended. the Leon High School A.. preret}

were Mrs. F F. Stump Mrs. F. bride, was presented with a pieceof came a group of three salon com- Mrs. J. G Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Mm. Haynes Is the widow of Mr. Roberts is conne.-t.t i was, ,J
H Long and Mrs S. L. Peek. Miss Frances Peek, Miss Dot Bish china and Mrs. Josephine Mer- positions: "Les Sylphes" by Bach- J. R. Kite Mr and Mrs. J. H. the late Ovid Haynes pioneer and Peninsular Life Insumm ,. conral
Those attending the housepartyfrom Miss Edna Pearce, Miss Mir- ryweatber, house guest of Mrs. C.// lioncrlef ny in Tallahassee whei ,
op. mann; "Melodic" by Dvorak and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Mon- one of the founders of the small th| ; nJ
Starke were Misses Evelyn lain Guy of Hampton; Miss Lillian I H. Nasworthy was given a linen a concert waltz by Durand all ex- ciief, Dr. and Mrs. W. E Murphree village of Hampton near here and couple will make then horn,

ana MarjOrie Stump Misses Katie' Stump and Miss Doshla Smith, of handkerchief, as mementos of the I hibiting exquisite finger work R. P. McLendon, Mr. and for many years Its mayor. For the Miss Prevail and Mi, i<"h i ,,
and Virginia Fugate and rushees Sampson City ; party. Mrs. B. C. Prince Mr. and Mrs. three have many friends thi,"
The "Grande Marche de Con- past years she has resided .uchnutBtafd Ih
.. .
-- -- After .delicious salad L _. UrVirt.._ .... ...L
----- ---- -- will
-- course L. ShePfleld, blr. and Mrs. with her -- uo- ,
; I ceit" by Wallenhaupt was a study \j joe uaugnter, Mrs. Pearce 1111"t" \ '
E 1 the guests adjourned to the din- I Iin massive chords and brilliant octaves Wallace here, besides! living with childrenand learn of their appro ('hm 'nRI

Ing porch, where Mrs. McLendon Two appealing selections other relatives In this and rlage.
: opened her large assortment of were "Pizzlcatl" by Dellbes and On Thursday Dr. McLendon was other states. --.--
FISH GREEN'S STORE gifts for her kichen and break- "ValBe Lucille"' by Frlml. Chopin's honor guest at a stag supper givenat Notice

(I fast room that were given to her "Military Polonaise," magnificently Santa Fe Lake by the personnel The business and pt.K1.im ,met t|
by her many friends. W. C. T. U. MeetingThe ing of the !
performed, climaxed the of the State Farm and several Baptist Women slit
Cash & I pl'O-
Carry gram. friends from Starke. Woman's Christian Temperance slonary Union will be held at thJ

Lb. 71 C I, frs. Sewell Honors During the social hour which One of Maceo Hick's famous Union meeting will be held Baptist Church Monday :iftemoonfi"
Starke Fla.Flour fish after at the home of Mr. and at 3:30: o'clock. All arcl
I Visitors At LuncheonMiss followed the program Mrs. Ritch suppers was enjoyed Mrs. J. T. members
was warmly which Dr McLendon's service to Quigley Friday afternoon at 3:30: urged to attend
congratulated the
Elizabeth Joiner, of New by o'clock. .
the State Farm and his characteras --
friends who had
3UARANTEEU York, house guest of Mr. and Mrs.L. son's many recital. enjoyed her an individual were praised in An all-glass train toured! Ee.

D. Vining, was the Inspirationfor a series of short testimonial and land. Scotland and Wales in No-8
64c Besides his mother and brother Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mr. and
24 Ibs. a lovely luncheon Tuesday at, N. T Ritch the following young speeches given by Supt. L. F. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Mr. and vember 1937.

Sewell 12 o'clock in given by Mrs. Wl B. friends of Tommy attended the re- Chapman, J. G. Godwin Bob Kite, Mrs. T. T Long, Mr. and Mrs. L. Birds'-eggs---have.- no !
/ her home on MadisonSt. 'uniform
cHill from here: L. M. Gaines, John and other. of Dr. McLendon's associates D. Vining, Miss Ruth Johnson, shape. The various types .u. el].1llptlcal
I Chalker, Jimmy Sewell and Bobby Miss Lois Adklns Mr. and Mrs. elliptical-ovate,
MEAL, 10 Ibs. 20c (GRITS, 10 Ibs. 22c Mrs Sewell chose zinnias and Cochran. I J. H. Moncrief of the State W. B. Sewell. and Mrs. George C ovate almost spheilcal elongate..
I other summer flowers for decorat- --.---- Farm was In charge of arrangements White of Tallahassee. and pyrlform. "V.lle

.ing her home. Mrs. I.. A. Canova Installed)) for the party.
The guests were seated at In- -
BLUE FANCY 5 lbs. 17c 'dividual tables placed in the living As Woman's Club President!' Sunday School Class BOREE FUNERAL HOME

ice =OSE room. A small arrangementof In an impressive Installation Has Picnic Supper Full llm of Caskets A Undertakers Supplies
zinnias centered each table. The service at the regular meeting of AMBULANCE SERVICE:
place cards were monogrammed in the Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon Members of Mrs. W A. Fisch- DAY ANU NIGHT

silver on a white background.After June 8, in the club audi- er's Sunday School Class of the 53 PHONE 53:
a three course luncheon torium, the following officers for Methodist Church enjoyed a picnic (i. II. IIKVXKTT. SKr.:

OLEO, Ib.12J2C /(CHEESE, Lb. 16c23c contract bridge was enjoyed by the the year 1938-39, were Installed supper Tuesday night at 7 -- -w"A _1I0\IE.UIE; __ INSTITUTION"__ _!l.I&<.. ,"""", ,,,,
guests. At the conclusion of the by Mrs. L A. Davis chairman of at the summer home of
game Mrs C. C. Hoppe was American Home.PresidentMrs.. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins on
IRISH awarded a prize for making high L. A. Canova_ Kingsley Lake. FLOWERS NEAR TO YOU

Potatoes score. I 1st Vice President i.L.F.. The Adkins' home which lends AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR
Mrs. Chapman.2nd itself!' so nicely for entertaining, .
15 LBS. presented Miss "
Joiner with a novelty sewing kit Vice President-Mrs. K. G. was an ideal setting for the party. ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J

as a remembrance of this delightful Duncan. The supper was served buffet ALL ORDERS FILLEDARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLY"r- .
GOIJJKN HOSE QTS. I JERSEY party. j 3rd Vice President-Mrs. J. M. style from the long table in the 'J

I Flakes 6c A I J Brownlee. dining room. PROMPTLY It .
Salad Dressing 20c (Corn pkg. --- Those r. :
4th Vice enjoying this affair
I Dottie Sue Biggs Is HonoredOn ; President-Mrs. D. P. were
; Carpenter. I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mr. I MRS. L. G. POWELL. Starke
Her BirthdayLittle I Recording SecretarY-Mrs. N.I and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Judge I
D. Wainwright, Jr.Corresponding -
COFFEE GROUND, 9 Miss Dottie Sue Biggs
POUND c was the honored guest Wednesday Secrf'taryMn..
T. T. Long.
afternoon when her mother :Mrs.
Ethel Treasurer-Mrs. C. A. Knight. I Summer Is 11
PUKE CANE I BULK -+ with a Biggs swimming, entertained party for at her her On taking the chair for the en- Here Dress For It

SYRUP gal 45c|, Vinegar gallon 15c summer home on Kingsley Lake suing year Mrs. Canova gave an
Dottie) Sue celebrated her fifth Interesting and fitting talk, on
birthday anniversary at this time. "Putting Our Club Away For the BATHING NO FADE SHIRTSA

NO. 2 The lake cottage was attractively Summer" SPECIAL LOT SIZES 14 TO 17
TOMATOES STANDARDPACK 6c decorated in a rustic manner. I Prior to the Installation service SUITS ASSORTED PATTERNSTO
the regular business routine of the 1aIl l
During the afternoon swimming,
,club was conducted by the president -I GO FOR
water sports, and contests
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. 79c and 98c
CKK.MKKY : enjoyed by the young folks. Prizes Mrs. '
Carpenter In
manner -
Chuck Steak Ib l2l/2 j I of a speed boat and a sail boat M
BUTTER Lb. 25c| thanked the club members j SEE OUR
I I were awarded the winners of the for their co-operation during the ', y MEN, WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF

I i contests, year and asked the members for 'j CO.IPLETELINE: FRIENDLY

In the late afternoon refreshments the same-cooperation for the new |
of punch. Ice cream and president.Mrs. II OF AND
i lOc rake were served Dottie Sue and N. D. Wainwright Jr., sec- I IUTIIING SUITS BONA ALLEN SHOESTHE
her friends. Favors of bouncing retary read a proposed change in

I balls were given to the guests on the bi-Iaws that reads as follows: \ I BEFORE :MAKING BEST IN TOWN
'I their dessert plates. The punch 'Members of the Little Women's I ALL
. M.\\\\ELI. HOUSE1\ LB. PEANUT I walt served from a table, covered Club will be limited to those whose YOUR

,: J Coffee, Lb. can 25c I Butter, 20c I with a Mexican cloth, and placedon ; mothers or guardians are members' PURCHASEWE BONA ALLEN $2.98

the large porch. Many differ- i of the Woman's Club" This proposed -'I FRIENDLY
1 ent colored balloons were used in change In the bi-Iaws will CAN SAVE $5.00

5Pounds decorating the table. Mrs. D. A. be voted at the regular meeting in
i Sugar 23c Monteith and Mrs. H C. Ritch October. YOU MONEY: MEN'S BATHING TRUNKSALL

I presided at the punch bowl and assisted Mrs. L. F. Chapman, chairmanof
{ Mrs. Biggs in entertainingthe International Relations, who SHOES SIZES AND COLORSAT

young guests. had charge of the program for A REAL REASONABLE PRICE
1 PALMOUVE SOAP ------ 6c SUPERSUDS lOo nUe 250 About fifteen of Dottie Sue's I. that afternoon announced the fol- LADIES IF YOU WANT COMFORT:
S FOR -------------
I OCTAGON SOAP OR -- little friends were present to en- lowing numbers: PLUS STYLE BIG ASSORTMENT OFMEN'S

, POWDER B large_____ 25o OCTAGON SOAP CHIPS, joy the afternoon with her. Two piano solos "Minuet in G" I I
i I I large __________________ 19o The little honoree received many by Beethoven and "Concerto in A '! BUY A PAIR 01"- PANTSJust

SUPEKSUnS large pkg.19c OCTAGON TOILET SOAP 60 I gifts as tokens of remembrance Minor" by Mrs. John Calvin Wells i SI-EN-TIFFICK SHOES Received from the manufacturers at

CONCENTRATED of this delightful occasion played by little Miss Fredrlcka Ed- greatly reduced price. We pass the savingon

SUPERSUDS pkg. ____ lOc OCTAGON CLEANSER .,- 5 wards, daughter of Mr. and W. 1..1 $3.95 to $4.95WE to you. Values up to $2.50 pair.

1lf'....".. L. F, Ch apm a'n .Ta... Edwards, of Jacksonville ,
I. Address, "A Round Trip Ticket" Special Price $1.49
FEED DEPT.REAL Honored At LuncheonIn I by 1. F. Chapman, Superintendentof I'I HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OFLADIES'

i GIVE talk was on the thought providing
Mrs L. F. Chapman, vice president type on why prisoners back to all sizes reasonable
YOU PAY. RED go --just received at
PRICE $1.98 and
of Section of the Women's their old habits of crime. He gave price.
ROSE IS CHEAP AT ANY PRICE BECAUSE THEY COST Clubs of Florida was honored with several reasons why he thought I II ALSO

LESS IN TERMS OF RESULTS.: I a delightful luncheon party Saturday i I they returned to prison, and made :
i at one o'clock in Orange Park several statements that openednew WASH DRESSES69c V"l'Si'' '!""*
YELLOW W ESTERN \G I, RED ROSE BAG i, given by Mrs. W. B Young, out- channels of thought for his POLO

Corn, $1.651 Growing Mash $2.37 going vice president. listeners. to $1.95SLACKS

I.ANC.ISTERBAG |I The home of the hostess, an at- Two piano solos, "Praeludlum," SHIRTS ; ,
Scratch Feed $1.80 RED HOSE- BAG tractive log cabin on Doctor's Inlet by MacDowell and "Scherzo" from

Laying Mash $2.35 was effectively decorated with Sonata Op.20" by Bethoven
NO. 1 TIMOTHYHay.'ibdLbs.: i arrangements of zinnias and other were played by Miss Marjorie FOR THE GIRLS AND LADIES

$1.15 PENSY BAG I II I cut flowers. Stump. Assorted colors and styles from-
BAG I The guests found their placesfor During the social hour the host I ALL SIZES
Laying Mash $2.10 Mrs }l. V. Mrs. E. 98c on
lunch at individual tables In eases Knight up rs
Oats _. $1. 5 AND > i
, the living room, by means of place K. Ferryman, Mrs. W. A. Stern i
BAG BAG cards of tulip design.Representatives Mrs. L. S. Hutto Mrs. F. F. I

' Oyster Shell .60c Peanut Meal, $1.60WE from each clubIn Stump, Mrs. J. W. Morgan and MATCH COTTON SUITSFOR COLORS'3FI
Mrs L. H. Hill served
the section and several state of- an TilE MEN AND BOYS
PAY Sc! BELOW JA.Y. MARKET FOR EGGS ficers were Invited to enjoy the I course to the members and guests \
and Shirts to match reasonable
} party with Mrs. Chapman.Mrs. h
Agent For I Ir J. Ralston Wells, state ; Woodmen Circle MeetingAt prices. up

f president of the Federation of the regular meeting of the -
Women's Clubs, and Mrs. Thurs- Woodmen Circle Tuesday night in

r TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. ton Roberts first vice president the Woodmen Hall," plans were Trade at Alexander & Co. the
and other state officers made interesting made for the celebration of the Friendly Store where satisfactionis

. talks during the after- tenth anniversary of the circle.
, Guaranteed and Service
noon. I The anniversary party will be given rendered with a smileALEXANDER
'j' I
Better QualityGet Those from Starke enjoying the I' on June 28 In the hall. A large ,

affair with Mrs. Chapman were crowd Is expected to attend.
I Ii Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mrs. T. T. The circle''s colors lavender and I & CO.
Our Low Prices Before Buying I
Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and green: were used In decorating for
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. ''this meeting. ,


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I !home iiiUTsiting lii/ ,. inl, .< 'in StIVI 'j i 'i \t"n'y! : aftei, ii.iii ,n, t thiithlit 'r F FAVORITE i t. here after enjoying .1. w-ek
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Bits of \ 'e11nk, at tin- .lniifli BIIHIm Ii Mm In Charleston S. C. and Vir- '
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-- -- -- -- hit and l program muting RECIPES i ( ., Beach Va. While In Virginia ,

A. E. McKinney, Mrs. Ethel -- iI iI I In .) ,' they were guests of their '

Nes Biggs, and Mrs. O. i. Griffin Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I Walter Benson/

)Deal were visiting friends In Gainesville and family have moved out to Ulll PicklesMrs. I \
Friday. John Uglow evidently i I
their summer home at Kingaley N. s Evelyn Stump and Miss
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND ---'---- Lake knew how ninny requests we've'had t of Brookuvllle
'ER 1NG where they will spend the Llngle, ,
cON( Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., remainder of the warm season. for a recipe for making dill I I the week-end at the Casa
PBOfRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart pickles, for she came to the rescue .. Hotel at Jacksonville I.:
spent Sunday afternoon at Jack- with a fine one. We are Indeed where they attended the !
sonville Beach. Miss Freddie May Williams has grateful to her and we know you province convention of the I
,returned to her home in Ring- are also.
Tau Alpha sorority Y
Mrs. Jennie gold, Ga., after a visit here with I
Tues- Miss of Macon Woodly, of Phila- Want medium sized cucumbers. and -
spent Mary Sawyer, ,
o Duncan Pa. her brother-in-law and stater, the the early part of the 18th
K the week-end of delphia was the guest Sunday Pack In freshly sterilized Jars. To i
Ga., was guests
jyi i Jacksonville Miss Dorothy Sapp. of her uncle and aunt, Mr. andMrs. Rev and Mra, L. A. Shepherd. each filled jar add: II leaves of the finest fans

Jeff Johns. 2 teaspoons pickling apices 'Ritch.'t made of "chicken akin"

And W. B. Mundy Mrs Josephine Merryweather 1 green pepper. sliced sens was not chicken skin at all,
Mr Mrjn Jacksonville.Nit Mrs. Louise Preston, of Crescent Miss Lois the skin of the youngest of
Tue Long left Thursday returned Monday to her home in 2 or 3 sprays of dill\ ida... :
tnt City was the guest Monday of Dr. for a vacation In Havana, Cuba Brunswick, Ga., after spending 1/4 teaspoon red pepper' .1 animals.

Russell was visit- and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. Miss Long was a member of the some time here as the guest of 2 teaspoon salt

r 1 Johnnie St Augustine, Sun- Nan Estes tour. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nagworthy. 2 cups water tle IIJN.lOW: A S\\IM ..1'1'KiNCSI4EY
W P. Smith attended the .
gaven con- vinegar !
------ -- 1/2/ cup BEACH
y. ferance of the Methodist ChurchIn Mrs. Cora Graybill of SalsbUl'Y.N. Seal Jars tightly. Let stand
Friends of Lucien Johns, of (Korairrl Mtrli-klMnil'ii" >
--- Lakeland last Thursday C., IH visiting In the home of ami, formerly of Hampton, will about four weeks before using. his
Kemper spent sev- -- Mrs Laura Powell and Mr. andMrs. Mrs
1 I. P I
Mr regret to learn that he la seriously -
week In Jackson- Capt. S. A. Bryan leaves today J. H. Fields.
al lavvo' 111 in St. Vincent's Hospital in I noted for her good
Mrs. Uglow
for Oglethorpe, Ga., to visit his .___ t
Ii IilIra. Jacksonville, following a major cakes, also sent us a recipe for aground
--- sister, Mrs. A. A. A. Joyner.Mr. Eunice Searing and Mrs
IleO operation. |i loaf cake that we knowyou'd Miss/ .
i I' 1t Nathan Prevatt are in Gainesville ,
eodThere --- -- --- I'I'IU-.FledIIi
ek I be eager to try very soon. and "" -'
with .
and Mrs. J. F. Webb of
| attending summer school at theUnlvtrsity Mr., and Mrs. Melvin Williamsonand .IVIIt tIIlO"U" '.lInll.)
Mix In order given: of '
Hawthorne, the of Mr. U''II'lt.'' U"'I''U ,
were guests of Florida.
Jlendu and Mrs. Jeff Johns, Sunday. Richard Williamson, of New 2 cups white sugar I NlfK PUXC'KFOK 1'
York City are visiting relatives, \ 3/4 cup butter \ : NICE l'fI'Lt
nuTi II Stokes Is the guest 3>[Js. Jane Roberts of Trenton f
) i in Mrs. Ester Williamson: and :Mrs. Yolks of 4 eggs; beat batter well i de
,her mote Mrs. B. M. Fussell, :Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee was here Sunday visiting her Mike Dew and family here for ."
each yolk. -- ( '
i; after adding --- v'
,. spent the week-end here with brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and -- .... ,.,
eek two weeks.
'b! 1 vanilla '
her mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. Mrs. G. %V. Aldeiman. I teaspoon '
----- --
I Mr nd Mrs R E. Gahagan, of Sunday, Mrs. Jeff Johns and 1 1 teaspoon sweet lemon milk' AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK :: 1

lakeland were guests last week and Mrs. T. S. Williams, Mrs. James Godbold and son, guests Mrs.. Jennie Woodly, of I. 3 cup 1 /4 prepared flour

I" Powell. Jr., and family, of Washington D. James, of Jacksonville, were weekend Philadelphia Pa., and Mr. and Add well cups beaten egg whiles tu I, LIABILITYThis ; ;

------ C., were visitors here last week. guests of Mrs. W. S. Stromanand Mrs. J. F. Webb, of Hawthorne I above mixture I

jllss Eva Rigdon and father in, Mrs. S. S. Dowling.Mr. were visiting friends and relativesIn Bake about 1 hour In one or two'. form of insurance: protection should have your L;,
spent Wednesday Red Kerce has gone to Jacksonville -
SicksonvllleI j Rigdon.. where he will be employed and Mrs W. P. Smith spent Ralford. pans In a slow oven. most serious consideration. Every dollar you are worth 1-:- j'

on the Federal Writers Project.Mr. : Sunday in Palatka as guests of Owen Griffin, of St. Augustine. is at stake. d'
H. H. Ford
and Mrs.
I jr[ and Mrs. E. L. Matthews their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. was the guest Sunday of his slater Mr. this
Bob, of Lakeland.., were guests At the new low rates at which we are writing :
and Saturday In and Mrs R. N. Griffin of and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe. son
Friday Mrs. Ethel Biggs. He was accompanied j
pent it.
of MrFord's just can't afford to be without
Jacksonville St. Petersburg, were week-end home by bin mother. Sunday and Monday protection you 1'1'Let '
Mr. and
and aunt,
--- guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. I Misses Helen and Dorothy Steel Mrs O J. Griffin, who has been I Mrs. John uncle Uglow. They were en- I us tell you about the safety driver reward. jll
Irs slay Geiger is spending Johns. i of Gainesville are spending this visiting here.
home In V
1me 'm' n Mandrin with Mrs. ------ !week with their aunt find' uncle, route to their summer I '

I A \5ri i 'Mnald Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Snpp, here. Mrs H P Holstein returned toher Michigan. '
Miss June Hall spent' Sunday in .,, i --- ---- il
-- --- ---- home In Gainesville Monday
asked that Jacksonville with friends and relatives I Mr. anti Mis. D. Ft. Snalfer. oi I HAROLD C. WALL
Ur- Hutto has Mr. and' Mrs. W. M. Wainwright after a week's visit here with her hcimrafter Agency
I returned
'I Winter Piitk.
,a? ate Woodmen Circle and family of Tallahassee, are occupying -j I niece Mrs. Ethel Plgg She was I vidt'hel'e with ,their soninlaw i ,
,I'llV, 1st --- --- --' i the I Knight cottage on I I accompanied back to Gainesville a and daughter. Mr. and Mrs All lines of dependable INSURANCE ;

----- Dr. H. B. McLendon will spend Kingsley Lake for the summer. I'by Mrs. BIg s. ; Mrs. Shaf- ,,1,1n
Weldon' Mr. ond
Hnlsti'ln of Galnes- this week-end in Marliinna as the ___ a. A.
\1 --- I 00-
I II __ ____
fer were accompanied homo bthfir >) _ {
11. i in quest of Mrs. A. E. guest of his mother Mrs. T. R. Leslie BiggB; has returned to his i' Mrs.. Randolph Boree, of Jacksonville little Miss
I jfianiklaughti'i. : ;-'
'reKlnnlonday.. McLendon. home here to spend his summer spending the summer ,
--- vacation after attending the University here with her parents, and while M.iry -

M!> k Williams left Monday Mrs. Donle Moore and Mrs. T of Georgia. In Athens, Ga. she Is here she Is attending ,the I TIP TOPGROCERY Freestone t t'I"
|'jr. '3 om> if 'lie to attend summer 1 A. Steel and children were the summer session at the Universityof --nlt !

thaol! 'n< University of Florid. I week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. L. D. Vining and her slater Florida In Gainesville.The .

J. B. Sapp. Miss Elizabeth Joiner, of New I ------- i )
-----, I Vn..t.I_ ..., .n. Wednesday for.__ Dublin.. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price I II t
!I"-" '-" "' --. :
Ga., where they will visit relatives. and' family, of Arcadia were visit
--- here this week. Helen
DRINKPepsiCola The Rev. nnd Mrs. W. A. Fischer ing Price, daughter of :Mr and Mrs f I SPECIALS Basket 25c',:

returned Tuesday from Lakeland, Price Is receiving treatment for liRE SURE JUNE 17 & 18, 1938 k 1,
where they attended the annual her throat in Gainesville. I

conference of the Methodist ------ .. .. ..

Church. Miss Edna Pearce left Tuesdayfor 'I WANTED Small!! furnished house i BANANAS, 4 Lbs. 15c 1 1

an extended stay In Miami <
either In Sturkeor
Miss Lola Adkins spent the with her uncle and aunt Dr. andMrs' in up.rtmcni. llltOOKFIKLU FANCY ,..

week-end in Ocala as the guest of ,: R. M. Favor. Miss Pearce virlnity loi appointment Cull at Telegraph office It 1 TUB BUTTER, Lb. 29c :;

Miss Betty Blalock a class mate will be employed in Dr. Favor'soffice ,

at the Florida State College for while she is In :Miami.: FOR SALE Flowers for every I 1.4 LB. PRINT BUTTER Lb. 30c

BIGGER AND BETTER Women. occasion attractively arranged, I .' /

Miss Grace D.-w, talented daughter reasonably l priced. Mrs. N. D. I BREAKFAST BACON Lb. 25c f ;

Mrs. Ida George and children, of Mrs. Mike Dew will perform Wuinwilght Phone 102, Starke, .,;.1.1I
Sari and Berta Lee attended the a Mexican Hut Dance before Fla. tf

funeral of Mrs. George's brother, the Italian-American Club Coronation I ('AE ('ON'OltU ;.
1.\It E) .H'I'Y !
.t: NAT SEZ: I Ralford T. Starling, at Maxvllle, In the Mayflower Hotel roof- FOR SALK OR rtFNTBunga.
last week I garden In Jacksonville today low. Six roms/ and bath. Two GRAPE JUICE
; screened porches. Four lots Cheap LEMONS f.;
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Sunday next 18 Father's Day, ,
'r 'fJ. 1' I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mr. and Mrs L. A. Gray and for cash Terms. L. A. Gruy. i Pis. lOc ,. ,
Let the old man hit the hay. 'M,'. and Mrs. Dave Kafka, all of family were visiting In Quincy, Starke, Fla. 6-10-2tp
Jl Even acme his eggs In bed; Dozen 16c Qts. 19c :'{
: Tampa, will spend this weekendhere Tallahassee IIn Famous Indian River -
"' r'1 Fix a pillow for hin heal us guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. week-end. While in Apalachicola FOR SALE a ,.
find on Saturday, 3 lbs 25: <\:
Trout all\ Dads like they are C. they were guests of Mrs. Gr .y'a
: Hoppe.
"f-: kings .. ------ mother, MM, J H. Hoffman. 1 lb., lOc. My aim Is to live and' SUGAR 10 Lbs. 46c ;1
let live. Located' next to Mr. Hullstore .;
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray' arespending -- ------ ,
Buy them lots of socks nnd I at depot. My platform I if
I Mike Dew and ,
awhile In Jacksonville at Mrs. daughter
.} : fhlnJ. I the home' of their Hon and daugh Miss Grace Dew, and her guests, ( honestyC. ('. Gilffia. Itp TOMATOES, NO. 2 CANS 5c ''t ,:J
,- lIe'l31'I'r.'I.\ ..... It, to.SI'lally .-
ter-in-law the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Williamson WANTED: Man with car to nikrover [11..

-... you! If It's charged to G. Ray.A nnd Richard Williamson relativesIn of New I. profitable Rawlelgh Route ALL BRANDS MILK, 3 Tall 20c : ;
York visiting
City are Established customers Must be ,:: .
BUY co.mp for underprivileged boys Jacksonville the latter part of satisfied with earnings of $30 a

from. Jacksonville Is being held at this week. week to statt Write Rawlelgh'a WHOLE GRAIN RICE, 5 Lbs. 17c ':
Kingsley Lake this week. It is - Dept. FAF-223-101. Memphis,

sponsored by a group of men from Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Tenn. :11
TIESPlains Faith Temple.Mr. Stump Misses Katie and Virginia --- ---- BOILING PLATE BACON, Lb. lOc :
Fugate Miss Frances Peek Miss FOR SALK QUICK cows with \Ir

and Stripes t : and Mrs Fred Guy and Miss Dot Bishop Miss Miriam Guy, young calfs and 5 yearling! all FIRM PURE LARD Lb. lOc ;1''

Betty Briggs, all of Jacksonville Miss Doshla Smith, and :Miss for $200, T.I). and Bangs disease .
& will spend this week-end at Kings- Edna Pearce attended the 1 tested Sell one or all. Also! for .,j

luncheon the Iota : rent 34 acre farm, 0-room, two-
: : ley Lake as guests of Judge and given prov- SlIAKIt KINO:' ir.\K.\NTKKI REST
A FIXE y Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ince of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority -I story house for $10 per month
LINE ? at the Casa Marina Hotel at S, 10 mile east of farmers market,
e i
OF SUMMER Miss Ruth Jonnson, Mrs. D. K. Jacksonville. Beach Saturday. Mike Maruca. 6-17-21 FLOUR, 12 Lbs., 35c
---------- ------
Johnson and Miss Dorothy Clair

SOCKS. Klckllter attended the state and 20 Lbs. 59c 24 Lbs 65c <.
county exhibit of WPA work In IT'S EASY TO SHOP I'

15c and 25c rs. I Gainesville Friday .,
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C. J. Powell spent the weekendin
AND FANCYPAJAMAS Valdosta, Ga. He was accompanied I (1LAHH FKKK

home by Mrs. Powell and There's Always Something New Here

children who spent last week I OCTAGON CLEANSER, 3 Cans 13c Ii ,
4)) there with relatives.
$1.00 and j
$1.95 ---- AND -
i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mills and I SUPER SUDS, Red Box, 3 for 23c ;: }
A cool, colorful treat for these hot summer
children, of Green Cove Springs.spent
.*U SIZES AND / the week-end here as guests I' day*. You'll)) surely want some in your home S ("A1V

COLORSSHIRTS a of Mrs. E. M. Thomas and' Mr. and summer cottage. PALM OLIVE 1'0"1| POTASH LYE, 6c {! .1

and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson. ," I
$1.00 and guests this week and next week. the modern Miss from four to sixteen.

Up Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Sweat Miss There's nothing finer anywhere and the costis & Powder SOAP CHIPS

Frances McDonald, and J. W. De- so little.

SEE OUR 4 ; Vault, all of Atlanta, Ga. Large Box 20c !
6 For 25c s
spORT SHIRTS vy. & family Mr. and were Mrs.guests V. B.last Harrell week and of NE\V FROCKS NEW GIFTS

59c and up Mrs. Harrell's brother and sister-: NEW FLORAL DESIGNSTHE MEAL, 10 Lb. 20c\\ GRITS, 10 Lbs. 22c
In-law Mr. and Mrs. James Ed-

ALSO ward Murphy, of Pal atka.
Mrs. Robert Daniel and Russell -
Daniel, of Sarasota were guests MODERN MERCHANDISE AND EACH WEEK ,

Wednesday night of Mrs. E. S. BRINGS NEW ITEMS IN EVERY LINE .

Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. E. MAX. HOUSE \
COFFEE Lb. 25c
Matthews. Mrs. Daniel and L.// f,.
Daniel were enroute to I
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S bury, Va.. where Mr. Daniel CLAR JEAN SHOPPEPHONE

continue work on his Master's SALAD DRESSING Qi 21cI
97 .'
gree at William and Mary de-I I I 'j, ,

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Ktlnu: Ix-wlH, _Com-npondrnt 1 STATE NEWS I ,I..",,. _", 6. 10. II. 12. JI. It, ,
FARMERS SECTION I LIVE 1 ", III, 1 7. 18, 19, 20, U,
Elder N T King recently re- 22 ot Jllk 7. Clly PaukSublily
', 'V A C'.. Addl-
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS turned home ,.iftcr spending ....vI, FLORID\ FACTS I.V SHORT PARAGRAPHS I lIon In 1I11I1'ko: 28 II 22 'V D. W",' .

4 J nalluira-. -. ....J.daughter.- .in.. T'omrtu-......... utalHncr..-......e'I h In I' I.tu. I, 2, 3, 5 of 'nlle 8. ':

Mrs. E. A. Kirkland I'lly "ft.'k tuhDlv.V..

15 and other relatives. FISHERMEN JOIN UNION I THREE JOBS IN fl.tLANCEJACKSONVILLE.Florida a C'II '__Addition_n__ ._____-toStarke ..18 8 aa W. II. Wat,,.

RURAL Hints To Housewives Mr. and :Mrs! W. C. Conner and I TAMPA.-Cedar Keys commercial -I senators S'it of Lot 4 of BIle 12. 4

I R. S. Miller spent Sunday with fishermen who recently suspended are considering three federal (\\A..klnM Add _. ___ .___ 29 1 92 :Floyd n"f',,,"

I COMMON //1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw, of the operations until price differences -'I appointments in the state soon to mlt laskins 11 .x. Add N'o a _of h Lot_____4._st 6 U 4 1"lo'd (iroen I.

:: NSEFARMERS Weekly from Home Demonstration State Farm. I with wholesalers were I'I be made. The positions are those Nre'4 ..f 5514 or NE 211 6 1/3 10 Henry Orlttl"V :
TaUaha of Lot 3 & all
\ 105 tl
ee have applied to the : :
held marshal
By SPUDS Those from this section who attended composed now by Guy Reeve I 1.,1.. 4. e. 6 on 8 side ofNE4 .

the revival meeting! near American Federation of Labor for for the southern district of Flori- ..r NE\ _. _____- .29 6 22 5 Corl.y John"

WILL BENEFIT CANNING FRUIT JUICES Green Cove at Stub church were a union charter. da; Allle Angle collector of customs BE'.. or HW% .x right of :
way _____ ________ _- ____29 8 U 30 I. W. Andr"u
FROM ATTENDING FIRST Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Conner and .---- : and J. Edwin Larson, collec- 1 A In SE Cor of NR4 of (
PASTURE MEET Isabella 8. Thumby NW'4 ---____-29 6 a2 1 1I1r. C.
I' daughter, Elna, Mr. and Mrs. R BREWERS MUST PAY tor internal revenue Reeve'sterm of 1:1\11'4: h .. .__80 6 a2 80 Herman lI'al1a..

_. .TO Extension Economist In Food M. Crosby ,!and children. Misses TALLAHASSEE-The: supreme already has expired, and those All. 7'4ef., NEt4 of NE% Oft Seif.'rtpi, 2:

Tne Florida farmer anu canle- I I'fMiNerijitlon\ Doris Strickland, Varlle and Irene Court denied a rehearing of its de of the other two end soon. The appointments NW r oJYiwii.iss"u J OrIn wit" r

man are becoming more and more Lewis, R. R. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs.C. cl lon that Florida brewers must were made before the A -- ---- II 23 30 herman splr"I'thsre"
of the need of Nothing Is more refreshing on a 2 A ('em t-N Ctr ;of-
conscious pastures C. Hutchison and Mrs. A. A. 7-8 cent bottle on beer sold present Florida senators took office. IIItll
pay a of NW & \V
that I warm summer day than a cool I % % run
good, improved pastures Hutchison.Mr. In this state. The action will release ytlN, I K0 yds, EJ 148
can be depended on to provide fruit-juice drink easily prepared I and Mrs. Jeff Lewis and yd", N 70 y.IN 10 h..lITnU II 23 2 Unknown
from bottled Juices. about $95,000 paid by brew + All No)'.. 0' S1C'4 of NEI,4 "- 4
grazing for producing fine, sleek children and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. era and held in escrow by the StateBeverage FIRST CLASS JAIL E of mud .___________83 8 U 2 Louis I Nab
cattle. At this time In Florida are several Lewis spent Friday with Mr. and 2t. A In N1 <'or of 8H. of HI
Department pending the TAMPA.-Jumping from third ISE% of i4vi4 _______32 II 23 3 VaNco
Proof of this statement may be pleasantly acid fruits and berries Mrs. N. C. :Mott of Brooker. 1II1tt'bf'lI
II court's decision. place a the 1.cte 5. 5 of Dlk 8 Lincoln t
seen in the steady Increase In Improved that make fine hot weather A. G. Fouts and son, Cal, of year ago Hlllsborough City ___ -________-____-32 6 22 hear Clal'k
during the beverages. Red and yellow plumsare Lakeland spent Tuesday with Mr. +-- County Jail was rated first among I Lot 1 of Elk 8. Lincoln 2
pasture acreage
32 II 23
I Florida Jails In the last City -- -- ---'- ----- Ee) .T. John"
past few years. Many cattlemen abundant all over the north and Mrs. H. H. Lewla. I PEACEFUL PICKETING O. K. inspectionby LOI. 6. 8 of: 111k l 11 LIncoln "'I I

aware of competition from other and central parts of the state, and Miss Edna Lewis spent Monday j TALLAHASSEEPeaceful; picketing the Federal Bureau of Prison City ___ ._ ._-82 6 23 Jessie I (I flP'fll
Lot ::1 of Bile 13 Lincoln !
areas and realizing that they must blackberries, young-berries, strawberries I with Mrs. V. L. Starling, of Starke. 'i I I by organized labor has been inspectors. "Every man imprisoned CIty ---- II 23 Psn

have good pastures to produce and blueberries are examples Mr. and Mrs. n. R. Crosby and I i I upheld again by the Supreme here gains weight," the Jailor C''tii .t"a tlo l' ft S of flCdliNW

good cattle have planted and developed -I of available berries.In I children spent Saturday afternoon I''Court. The court reversed an injunction declared, "that is, if he stays Inhere III run('or M 5U or NWoq ft.oj' ot 625 NW'ft. ,

tracts of Improved stores with Mrs. Crosby's) Mr. 1 Issued by tbe Dade County long enough to get over the N !i65 rt, 'V !illS ft tugItiotSic'WestDt
large many one may find parents "worrying period" which h... __ ._ ______________33 II 23 II Mrs Annie
and Mrs. circuit court to prohibit the usually \r: r. It
pasture and the results of their efforts numerous beverages of no partic- I Walter Edmonson of I

are the higher grade of cat- ular harmfulness and of no par- Kingsley Lake. bakery and confectionery workers' lasts from 30 to 60 days. The road _.__ ________33 II 22 'o Mr" F'ane! ..\. "" "
__ 71..1 \
average weight gained Is fourteen 1.1'';' of SW SW;% 83 U 22 211 .
tie they are producing.But ticular worth. These are made up Elder N. T. King, Mrs. E. J. I union from picketing the plant of 2 of [Ilk ; J.f.] JobnR; Charltte 11li. "

research of various dyes, flavors, acids and Lewis Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis William J. Jurelt. pounds. We do not serve fancy or I "h-Dlv 2i NJo'i otNE',4
according expensive food, but have simple .__ -___ __ __ __ 33 6 23 1 .Ira
workers and agricultural leaders, sugars. The real fruit Juice beverages and daughter Edna, spent Sat ---- --+ wholesome ", Dee At lOW' Cor of HW'4 nf Fannl.d St'i" I 2NIc"
this movement toward better pastures coat more, but are worth I urday afternoon with Mr. and I II. L. PII1FER DIES for the inmates. III run 10) !i71-" ft1
N I 1.0(1( ft, 1V 671ft'" tI:
has only begun, when the more to health and satisfaction. J Mrs. Russel Carter, of Heilbronn. GAINESVILLE. Henry Lan ---+-- too It to beg -- ---84 0 22 11 .f. n. SLant

acreage that can be developed is Doctors tell us of the importanceof Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner I don Phifer, 70, long one of Alachua SHIPYARD REOPENS SritinfNWt.fNVi4; 6 2a Jf) i' w'r ... 2N'
of SE' .____84 6 U
of NWIi %
taken Into consldeiatlon. fruits and fruit Juices in the I spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. I County's prominent citizens and TAMPA. The first hundred IotW''i of NW I ot SI<)%____38 6 U 21111'. C.: ::1'(111I :

._11i... ",.,.lth... th..l... "._..I..hI.. ,,_..t"r L., L_, Connp.,., gf__ (_1._....... _nr .".. .. -. .. -. m..n WOIn ,"t. 'n ....,.,. .... ,t._ 91.,_ ...,,'In' "'WIn' .."' ''' U 8 22 !9 :_.C. ('uirmicha'IOiE',1. !. i iI
----- n '
.m. .w '
.ww' *
tv TT n *
---------r'- > IDC A '" .ara "
C11U -"""
ana or tnenuer aiaie WJf
To this movement presiueni : Deuac: I
speed up 'l ; :
,I & B; A.n In BBCor ,.
to bring all parties that are con- fruit acids, mineral salts, and vita ----.-- I died at his home last week. A lifelong pa Shipbuilding. Engineering of SE(4( .-. ,-- *< 0 22 S D. r>. Woo wan! ,

cerned with It together so that mins. Fruit Juices are the easiest PINE LEVELMrs. i resident of Alachua County I Company on its $7,252,652 con 1 1.1270 ft of NW'4 of NW14,35 6 22 9 N. M. Bradley ; I'

ways and means of developing of all products to can or bottle, II. 11.I.! ..Rae, CorrespondentWe Mr. Fhifer had been prominently tract to build four cargo vessels W"NW', of' Wji, of. NW'4- ----of.so II 22 10 Mrs Sarah Hull -'

. good pastures may be studied and since the acid they contain makesit Identified with the banking mer- for the U. S. Maritime commission. NW-4 .if, NWli ex 1 A In '1

worked out, the University of possible to use pasteurizing temperatures are thankful for the much cantile, and naval stores interestsof They dug Into earth, idle for N SW 25 A I c'nr of NWM of. -SW%- 2 7 23 39 Russell Hnrnxhy '

Florida College of Agriculture Is considerably below the needed rain that fell the county. twenty years, and excavated foundations nx .1 A K of n.H.I ._u 3 7 22 22 Willie King '0
These Monday. W'i' of NK14( of SW4 ____ 3 7 52: 20 T-. ,
boiling point. Juices, in addition from which fifteen A. nelircr .
Its first annual AllFlorida ships "
holding Misses Odessa :McRae! and Dorothy Not SK'4 of SWIJ .---- 3 7 23 20 Mr Cornelia n niirri'
Pasture Conference on June 24. to providing wholesome delicious Norman I went to sea from this year during Men 210 ft .) of NW Cor
spending this 18 CARS OF !
beverages for the the World of NW'4 "f NEilIt run
dally I War. Two vessels will
Cattlemen, dairymen, research week In Jacksonville with rela- KISSIMMEE.-Eighteen cars of H 210 ft. E 420 ft N 210
workers, agricultural leaders, railroad menu, may be used In making tives. | KUsimmee livestock be> built simultaneously Ernest I ft, W 420 ft to liei? 5 7 22 2 Susie' Miller' .
shebets, ice cream, pudding Valley were Kreher, 5 A In SR Colof SI'-' of
workers. State Chamber of Frank and Leslie Fountain of shipped Saturday to packers In corporation president I NW4? ex 1 A In NE Cor
I Commerce leaders bankers. AAA sauces, enl gelatin desserts.Canning Penny Farms said, with all four scheduled for I also 4 A 470 ft K & W
were Brit-
visiting East St.
Louis. Detroit HHlsboro.
I IPV 875 ft N S. N nt &
meat packers, the Julrr delivery by the fall of 19-10.
representatives ton Alvarez and
I family Sunday. Ohio and to Florida arid Georgia adjoining 5 A deHcrlbedBliove
farm financing agencies, and other Juice from all kinds of fruits Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and points. Stockmen said the move- --. I 5 7 22 8 John Oreen
of W.f SE'i\ **
groups and individuals will be und berries is extracted in the children and Mrs. W. F. Harnage I ment following the initial sale at FINDS: OX USEFUL MIA _- -. 5 7 22 is ja, Johnson

represented.The same way. If berries are to be were visiting relatives at Lake MILTON.-Charles :2! A In NW Car: at Rti of
the KIsBlmmee market here was Brewer
: a
NR'i of "F11' of road 6 7 22 2 Qeo. C. White AK'' ,
conference will not be sectional used for Jelly stock, one-third to City, Sunday. I| the largest they could recall. A Santa Rosa County farmer said I.cit 14 or N\''. of SE4! of

In nature--it will apply to one-half of them should be under L. L. Conner and H. M. McRae I total of 63 cars were shipped during he considers the ox the most useful ':-IE'. of ____:__--7_ 7 7 7 22SH'4 22 10 n..ar OBtermnn
I K'v of S13'4 SW'i\ 20 Rrvln
]2. Bernard 7
pasture pofwibilltles in every part ripe or red-ripe. Use the berriesas made a business trip to Jackson the six-months season last of all animals. Brewer hag one -- .- 7 7 22 Ito Ervln E. Bernaid :.

of the state. All persons who are soon as possible after picking. ville Tuesday. ox on hU 20-acre farm near here. wit of NV'or\ NE<4 ex
year. 2 A on N end & ex ny__ 8 7 22 1(1( Mary Johnaon
interested are invited to attend. Sort and wash being careful not J. W. BudJmgton and daughter 4> With it he produces a living for NKVi of "\r '4. ____ 9 7 22 40 Mm n B Sullivan" "

Those who attend the conference to bruise or to leave standing in Miss Ernestine Buddlngton, of FEE LAW CONTESTED his wife and eight children. The W'* of SWV4 of NW'4 -- .10 7 22 20 F. M Taylor
MV14 of NW'i of SW'i\ 10 7 22 10 Mrs R. B. Sullivan .
_" u will_ have a a_chance.. ..to hear all water. Starke.-- .. were-- dinner-- guests- of Mr. TALLAHASSEE. The Duval lone ox is used to cultivate corn, SH'i! !of_SWU .. ---! 7 !.! 40 Ire Ivey Pollard ,I'
amen ui Lne matter- me various Hard fruits like plums require I. uuu airs. n. AI. JMcKae Sunday. County commission told the state Deans, peanuts peas, potatoes, su H'j; or "hi''i" _-_ .-_____ .- In OV.. a. scale ,'
I I I SW4 of SE'i' ._. 17 7 22 40
lace Ivey Pollard I'
pasture grasses that can be used water to soften and extract Juices Remember the revival meetingat supreme court it acted in accord- I garcane truck crops and a few ,,1 W'<, of n I A lot In SW
the effects of these grasses on'' and Pine Level I other ('01' of SE'/4 of SEW of
should be nearly covered and beginning Thurs- | ance with a 1931 law In refusing crops. It also does all the 22 .
7 _
I livestock, the way in which pasture -] coked gently until soft. day. to allow fee officers: ; $7,500 a year. I I I hauling about the farm and between E'SEV4<, of RIA- lot In SWCor o. K. Prince

improvement can be financed I Berries should be crushed and + 'I' The> commission answered a mandamus the farm and town. I ; of SEV4 of SE% of
__ 1 7 22 _
w. M.
and other -- Orlffln
phases of pasture work DOUBLE + ''C.tt;:: : : ;
steamed slowly in their own Juices RUN action brought by fee officers SK Cor of S.19
and development. I who contendeil the law is FLAG & run W 680 ft. N 446 ft
until soft. '
Occasional SALUTXi
stirring hast- :
!airs. ''. A. UPHELD
Prospects for real Tjler. Cor. I for a i>t of belt thence
accomplish ens extraction of color and flavor. unconstitutional. The act limit! TAMPA.-Circuit Judge L. L. run R 101 ft, N 105 ft.
ment In crystallizing and accelerating -! W 105 Ct, S 105 ft to1ntI8l
Cook of fee officers in Parks
only until soft. Strain heat Miss compensation upheld the right of Hills-
the movement for 1 Emilie Morgan is visiting I beg .. on .__ _-19 7 22 n. W. Swindle '
ed Juice through several thick her sister, Mrs. Lester Hawl of counties with more than 155,000 borough County school authoritiesto I. 2 of Blk 14 19 7 22 Mrs Anna 1... Snxon ', '

development by those attending nesses of cheesecloth. Ocala, this week. population to $6,000 a year. require students to salute the N"., of' NE'4 road*: Hw'ii.i--'f
the conference are Florida XR'4 .x
I __
If the Juice Is to be used for Mr. and Mrs., Joe Grlffls of I .J.o. + American flag. Judge Parks denied NK14) of NW'i'!
: cattlemen, dairymen, and other I l SEIZURE; RESTRAINED Fred Bleich I BE for .- .- .-- 20 82 115 Tnei Ivey Pollard '.4 '
agricultural folks who are interested -I jelly, add no sugar, but If for a Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. I I a mandamus petition S'v of 2'Wt4nfSWl- -, 20 3 !2 20 Thornton Johns HI 1
beverage, dissolve one cup of sugar and Mrs. O. S. Brown. I DAYTONA BEACH.-Harold V. to compel reinstatement of NMi of 8E'l ex 2 A In SW

It will benefit from attending In each gallon of Juice, as the Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, of Grant, of Daytona Beach, has obtained Bleich's six children who were dismissed N'(-0"ofNWI.exI2AlnSE__ _. ___ __ 20 7 22 ",' Unknown ___ :', '

I to this section an order restraining Sheriff from a suburban school 7 7 22: 68 Inee Pollard I=.r
sugar helps preserve flavor. Reheat were visiting the bed- -- t21 Ivey
-- -- -- I side Ed Stone from enforcing Governor when they declined to salute FJI.IJO t F. f- & 4---
of Mr. the
The fastest thing you can do is i to simmering point. Pour into Morgan's sister, Mrs. SW" of NE'1' --26 7 "-2 100 A. Sullivan C
to wink which I hot, sterile bottles, filling to within Ankey Sasser, of Shamrock, Monday Cone's decree for seizure of flag for religious reasons School All NW', nf I'CWi-s''! ofRv -
your eye, takes an officials 11 A & N% of 8W',
pin and marble machines. The or- argued the -
flag salute '
average of one.tenth of a second. one inch of the top. Cap at and Tuesday. wasa of HW", .___ 28 7 22 33 T. J. Perry :
___ once and bottles Air and Mrs. der was obtained from Circuit patriotic gesture Imposing; no obligation N II. of BE' of SEex! ---
_________________ i place on their W. R. Conner *
II I Judge Herbert B. Frederick and on religious nv -.28SV 7 22 18 Tydel Yarn : I
sides on a rack In a container of spent Sunday with her brother-in- worship.
If E"ce. Acid j I ', of NF2'15A'fl
Fn IT* (r cause I rlmmering do law and sister Sheriff Stone said he had referred h___+____ W nlile of tiEW' ('t NE'i
water nnd not crowd Mr. and
If. I. I youpain.of Stomach : -. _,. .. __ 'n Mrs. P. D. ..t. tn C'D' A "n. ."A". 'U...."., Onna'J ..'. ".'..11'.."'..........'." .w.n.. ..._ _nu a. C A. K.T -t .1. In W\V
.- -.&.01_ mem. The water should the neuuian, or JJellbl'onn.Mrs. "'' '"-----" -.01..1. ,
cover ;
Ulcers! InrHee.tion. I ;b''G:;; ;; Cot of Nlc'.4 .nf FK'4. *
I and The sheriff
' BloatingCa I bottles at least two inches. Holdat Doc Wilson, of West Palm -An 18-year-old negro In NK for of NW'. of
leaitburn.Belchinz: 'j'I simmering Beach is Raid he would not attempt to con- girl turned to shop-lifting when SR'i) ?_ ,_ ___- 20NW '7 22 60 **. F. ftfiffr' ,I
Nausea get a tree sample of UDGA I : pints. 10 minutes. visiting her parents, Mr I' flscate such machines in Volusla she found >i of NEVi ---------2) 22 40 W. (I. Seals _.
,11 and a free i 'and quarts 13 minutes. Removeand and Mrs. B. L. Bryan. she lacked enough mon- !'1t.,., of r'i, of \ ,

, : Interfiling booklet: atCARPENTER'S when cold store In cool, dark, Young L. H. Hall, of CUre, is County until. the matter is settled. ey to buy sufficient dress mater Cum of NE'4 nt H pt 361 ft E .of 30 7 22 5 Unknown ._ '

j i .11 y pantiy. I visiting his grandparents here, ---+---- ial to clothe here over-sized, 482- NW Cor of NEVi of

= ----.,=-=-- Mr. and Mrs.. L.. TT. .TWo.. o-or,.. WANT POLL TAX RESTORED pound mother. The girl and her NI,:". At run 8 lID ft. M
--- ..
N US ft, W 142
t Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner, of OCALA-Marion County's Democratic aunt were charged with "lifting"two :t42loftL.. -_-_ 80 7 7 22 T. M. HaRan

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Rising spent Tuesday here with Executive Committee voted rolls in Ybor City. The man- 9 N1.I,\ : Cum of NE'run nt SW\ cor of N

4 1.Lt$ Sly :\ll1n'fI.r.: KvporieiiK-..!,.... It INm-lMp for :Sic to f-Ild'r" Mr and Mrs. W R. Conner. unanimously to request the State ager of the store, who said he 1:14: ),,1., K 33S yd,, H

: ii KI'I: Itinvr.: I'KO.'II'T nn.l COfllTEOrs SKiUItEMOOKKATE -- -, A- -_ Legislature to restore the poll tax caught the two negro women with 114 ydH W_ 936 yds to ,.
as a for voting. J. L. B. the material beg -- -- 30J.'it T 7 22 9V'. H. Maxwell
II4 : TRICES l'"LOIUIDE'EI.oI'ER DIES!! requisite told Municipal Judge 1 ex I Lot In NE Cor

, :MODERN CHAPEL! AT YOUR UMATILLA.--William) J. How. Hodges who made the motion put Watkins: "When I caught them, Ii 20 l.y 40 ft & 'AU Lots
n, 7, 8 of Hlk 13 In
ey, 62, prominent ting the committee on record, declared questioned the young; girl about ____ .", :
CONVENIENCE WITH NO CHARGE: Florida Republican 1 I Hampton nn. -80 7 7 22 T. M. Hagan JI
real estate : "There are a great number her motives for stealing the cloth. Lots 2, 9. 4. S, (1. 7 of Illk .
iic DeWITT C. developer and citrus I 15 In Hampton __ .30 7 22 I'
of negro voters who would not She answered that 'U L. A. & Stella John
she had
'aDi grower, died at a sanitariumhere a 482- Lot 7, 8, II, 10 of Blk 80
, l>..r ph. 1 !Mnrke Florida following a serious heart attack vote if they had to pay a $2 poll pound mother and It took more In Hlantonn Add ?_ ___80 7 22 \V. E. r>au.rhtryUnknown I'
r Lot 7, 8 9 10, 11. 12 of
Mirht pb. 1SSA : tax. If this nego voting continuesand cloth than she had ,
----- three weeks ago. He was defeated money to buy it I nile 31 In nianton Add 30nik 7 23 __ ._ OS
.- _____________________________ for the of gets stronger it might let us with to make her mother a dress 10 11 13. 18 in'ia'rlghie u
governorship Add: ___ 30NE 7 22 <14:
Florida by Democrat in for Republican rule. so she had to steal it" 7 Mildred B. Byrley
Doyle E. >4 of Situ, A N',4 of
1. Carlton in 1928 and by Democrat 8K'i of HE'4 _________.30 7 22 80 Mr Ida D. Maxwell 81
!! ..A'. _W>r V Loin 1,2, 3, 20. 21. 22 of
.n: Dave Sholtz in 1932. He ran for (Continued from Page Three) Blk 7, Hampton. Park

Republican National Committeeman NKi; ; of 8B)>4 Sec 31 A
Tse. SW'i of NW'4 A': WM of
: 1 TASTE.THR'ILt from Florida in 1936 but was llencrlptloa S.". T R A Owner A defeated John NW4 vf NE'4! A: SE(4( ofNE'
t by F. Harris of Lot 3 of Blk 18. Temples --__________.84 7 22 80 Wm. H Hall ,. -, Ie a
, Palm Beach He remained activeIn Addition to Htarko ..- 23 6 22: I, O. Trevatt _________ 4.91 "F.1.ot FF! )'+ ________-___34 7 22 40 U. P. Davie ---- .. '"f
r. .PURE. party Lot I. 4, S. 6. 7, 8, 11, 12 8Wi of NW'4 ex road Aex
politics. ,
t : .. of Illk 24. Temple Addition 1 A for .cchool _____.35BE" 7 22 Hr
3D L. Sullivan
-. A- to Starke. _______28 6 22 Coo F. Scott ______. 18.34 ) of NWVi ex 10 A In A. -
GIVES BOARD AUThORITY' Loin. I 2, t of Ilk 27. Tem- NB Cor & NV4 of NE'4 .. .
WHOLESOP'tE! Addition to Starke 28 6 22 Mr Front demon __ 2.98 of S\V14 -. ._ ____35 7 22 CO A. Sullivan .
TALLAHASSEE-The Supreme Lota 6. 7. 8 of Itlk <', Ttl.- All BE'. of 8WM W of --- -

Court decided last week the State In,,. Addition to Starke. 28 6 22 Pro P. A. Brlnson _____ 5.59 Ry ex I A In liE Cor &
Lot 6 of Hlk 1 I.Vynn.. 6 A In NW Cur A Com at
Livestock Sanitary Board has ample Addition to StarkeIt 6 22 OI1I MarC __._________ 6.18 SW ('or of SiV% of
authority to test dairy herds Lntx A. II, C of Illk 1, SWV, A run N 8SO ydn
Wynnn Addition to E 132 yule, H 220 yds, vf ..
r for bangs disease and to destroy Stark -_ _-_. '28 6 22 Boyd Holloway ______ 8.46 132 yd.* to beif _--__35 7 22 28 I.'. P. Pavl ..I''
Lot 1.2,3.:i 11, 12 W'.. of .. .
| diseased animals It affirmed a 4t.O. 10. I NW'4 of ElWI, 85 7 22 20 T. B. Trle t
of Hlk 3 1 : .
AlvareaAddition N'i of NW'4 W of Hv ex
: Hillsborough County Circuit Court to Starka ___ ,it 6 22 Ja*. Lamb _u..._______ 25.96 1-1/3/ A In NE Cor. & ex
order denying an Injunction soughtby Lot IS 6. 7, 8 of nil 3, J. fly u__ 2 8 22 75 U. P. DaviS 1'
a Alvnrsj Addition to S'" of of SWU ASW14 :
Jose Camponmor. a dairyman. Starke ___ 21 8 22 L. A. dray ____________ 21.81 of NFJ'4'' of SW4 & .
Campoumor contended the Live- Lot' 1. 2, :3 t. 4. 9. 19. II, 12 Wof. S'/i of S'VS 8 S3 ftO Unknown '" .:
of Hlk 4. J. O. AlvuremAddition Nlt'4ofNfi'4' ____ __ 8 8 23 I('
i Sanitary Board could not enter his to !Starke' ___-tt 8 22 Ja.. Lamb _________? 10.73 SW'/ of NW% _.__::_::: 4 'II 40 40 W.1' P f. r Harden'Hvl. ,..:'
Lot C, U of nik 24, J. M. fifi' i"
property for making bangs disease Johiin .4I\J\4SlJo swij--w- 6 8 22 40 W. P. Harden .-
Addition to All < .
tests on his cattle. Such action ho Starke .. .. __n' 28 G 22 Mr. Nell H. Nollman__ 21.26 ny ex 10 A In SW Cor. 12 8 22 is Unknown ._ I
said. would violate his constitutional Lot. I, 3, of nik 34 J. M. Com at H\V Cor of 8W'4 -
John Addition to of NW'i &: run K 331 ft
I __ -- rights. Starke _____--___________28 6 22 R. L. A Evelyn Kemp. 6.86 for pt of beg being 50
/ + Lot. 2, K, 6, 7. 8 of Blk 1, ft E of Ry track thenrnE
city Park Mub-Ulv! W A 690 l ft, N 625 ft. W
FLOGGING TRIAL OVER C'. Addition to Starke.28 8 22 W. B. Watson ..__... 4.SO 829 ft. to a Pt (0 ft B of
k Whenever you eat, you want to BARTOW.-Five former police Lots 7, 8, 13, 14, IB, U, 17, Tty track them SR
4. 18, 19, 20, 91, 22. S3, 24. parallel with Ity 838 ft
I drink. And the tingling flavor of men were acquitted by a Criminal 25 b'blI'tv: 2, City Park to beg --__________ 12 S 22 11 Unknown ____ '.11
Till! HANDY Court jury of kidnaping charges In &. C'. Addition NWW of swvt\ *x a A a -
: FAMILY PACKAGE! Ice-coId Coca-Cola adda a lut. the to Stark. ______28 < 22 W B. Watson ___..___ 12.02 of lake A 2 A In SW Cor
Tampa flogging case. The Lots a 10, 11, IX of Bile 2, of of ___
: SW.4 NW(4( __IS 8 S3 40 C. E. Millar & C. Ka>
thrill to A drink
food sparkling of II
jury deliberated four hours and City Park Sub-Dlv. W. Lawrence 8

nataial[lavors....para,whol *om.. 18 minutes before freeing them of Htarko A! C'. .__Addition________ .___to_28 8 22 W N. Johnson ._.._.._ 3.66 E HE'4 275' -of---N'/4-!---of--NW----%___of_18 8 22 8 Jo.. Bolt ____-___-- __ in
: ft4I:1\ r.frMhlDg. So euy to buy and charges that they kidnaped Eugene Lot 8 of Blk 8, City. Park NWi I. of SEW A N 11 A
A Sub-Dlv W A C Addition of 8W14 of 8BV & S
carry home in the bandy packag. F. Poulnot the night of No- to Starke _-__28 < 12 J. E. Nlckl _________ 1.74 of NEt:,. ex 3 A' In NE
J .. vember 30, 1935, when he and two Lot 13; 11, t.p IS icl of- Cor & EUj of SE<,4_____ .14 8 22 209 C. E. Millar C. R yLawrence
( of sis bottl*. Blk' City Sub- 1446
companions were flogged, tarred Dlv. W. A C'. Addition NS of 8E'4of SWW _23 8 22 ---__-- 50!
IC8-4XUD COCA-COLA IS IVIMV PLACI flUe and feathered. The' verdict of Innocence to Stark _______..____88 6 23 W. B. WaUon .______ 4.80 SEii\ of NEH *x 4 -A- In- 20 Allen Speed u
ended Lot 4, 6, 8, 7, 8, 9. 10 of NW Cor 7 A In
,t UM1liT6J ST.IIIONGINTOUI IC8-VOX AT HOMI an 11-day trial. Bile 4 City Park Sub. lOW tine "ItD A '"
which culminated an Investigation Dlv. W. A C'. Addition Nil! Cor of NE! \t4 of

extending over more than 30 to Starka __ __________28 I XSf W. B. Watson ________ 8 27 81'4 -------------- ____24 8 23 88! Lillian M. Dodd V.II
Coca Cola Bottling Co. Lot. II. 12. S% of '::13
> 1. 1. S. 9. 10. SEW of SW\4\ :26 s 23 20 _
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:1j JONES You don't have to tall how you IKe YANK the Prim pared l up I >t laugh*.>r i shook him' Their Dorothy Sitpp, Correspondent I ,
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JOB each day down fingers pressed lo IH laughii-i' was inteuupted by n -- \.
j You don! t have to If k / temples knock! at the!' door. It was Waver- business ; '
: On Jlereom" any you \voi I i'al L SEY RAIN iS 1 M. R Wiggins wa a Ill
'e"tH tree? who entered looking depressed i
or play. : "Amazing Unbetleveable. he very
... .. '. .__ visitor to Staike Saturday
And Hereafter A tried, true barometer serves in .. -' / ,F", -, I muttered.' Dorothy and Antoinette Sapp + iJk t
4 the! place, .!: .. .."., "'-" '._' ( I "One !goes up to Oxford, Mr. ,(
I "i.l-.li.JilJ. -. 7" ) ,,1'Wt. "I ,J- "I've nothing to gain by telling left Saturday for an extended visit p ,
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righteousness However you live it will show in i ; ;- ':' .w w .in untruth! Elsa insisted Wuvertree, Lee said, "but one is with relatives" in Tampa and Sarasota Cf
kept voui your face. sent down." ,; '
of The Dean stopped pacing. "Don't I It
11 exceed the righteousness WHAT IIS II.VFl'ENEDSO you I'm mighty glad Lee's made misunderstand me," he said Wuvertree looked as If the end Mrs. Eva Harrrll was calling on
ecribee and Pharisees ye shall The false the deceit that bear In FAR:: such a nice friend "What I fall to grasp Is why young of the world had come. friends In our community.

VI Ule ,nter Into the kingdom your heart le Sheridan, whose Oxford "It's good of you to understand.. Sheridan accepted the blame." "One Is not." he said! "Gentlemen Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kerr were {i ? "
p" ,fesus said that. II Will not stay Inside where It first career has. been marked by a Elsa said warmly 7 !
peeves I "Oh, you know what men are, you see a broken man! The business visitors In Lake Butler
t to read Htwon about got the start, bitter pernonal feud with Paul "Sure I understand responded Dean. They never give each other Dean said that In consideration of Wednesday j
. .S/and think l lightly For sinew and blood are a thin Beaumont brother of the girl the visitor wistfully "And If you I away." my feeble Intellect, which can't Supt. A. J. Grlffls. of Starke ?
.rd'I, us think of the best veil of lace, whom he loves. In dlmntwed ask me. it's pretty tough, Lee'agetting distinguish right from wrong, he was looking after school matters
ea'we know some man of high What you wear In your heart, you front college when he accept fired just because he falls'I At that moment, the door open. would -- fine me one pound!" here Thursday. !
refinement,, ed. It was Marmaduke Wavertree.He
,rate I of cu*ure. of wear in your face. responsibility for a \'iMlt puld i for the prettiest girl In town." He Dejectedly. Wavertree sank Intoa Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews, '
I confronted the Dean with
methodical; habits of religion, I to 1'iuil at his room by Elsa': sighed deeply. "Hard on me, too- smile. chair. His last hope of maintaining of Starke, were visiting M. F. eti
eo.who before the law If you have gambled and won In (Crudiloclc n young married coming nil this way to see him win the family tradition of expuLsion Wiggins Monday afternoon.GUM C
but someone whotfeYe the I woman. It It the of the "You sent for mo, sir?" I I
i fl It bla class great game of life, eve that race.: I from Oxford was shat- tit
been born again. Jesus If you feet you have conquered the Oxford-Cambridge rare, unciIA'e's I Elsa "The offense," the Dean said tered. BRANCH
must be better than that Borrow and strife father Dun lint conic to By nnw was quite" upset. I slowly, "of entertaining a lady In s .
t1 WI' w will never enter Into If you've played the game fair K n Kin.ml. from Kansas for the I "You must feel dreadful. your rooms is a grave one." Thousands lined the banks of Annie.. Mac Uarnagr, (,'01"".
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""klndom of heaven. There Is and stand on first base thrill of HrrlnK his boy purtl-! "Yeah, Dan nodded. "I counted Wavertree appeared completely the Thames on the day of the '
e Nay to be better than Yon don't have to tell It, it showsin rlpiite.hen.. Lee p\pl.ilnn: his pretty heavy on the boys making dlnmaycd. "Me, sir? Oh, no sir'!" final race between Oxford and IIrs.V.. 1<'. Ilarnag- returned 1
I) ."twn and that is to become your fuce. disgrace, jm Hhreuilly senses good over her'e" h,. protested "That's one thing I I ambridge. Yachts and barges on home Monday afternoon after '
r Cbr:81f1L: in" b(' born exam, to I i that InIs attempting" lo shield "Oh, dear!" Elsa. was on the have never done. Sorry, sir-but It the river were a-flutter with flags I spending the past three weeks In a n ;

gentluon, ,'onvt."rted It Is so If your life is unselfish, if for j someone lie goes to !Molly verge of tenis. "I wish there was never occurred to me." Molly and Dun, together. watched I IpluUdly. Lake City with her aons-In-taw f I.
| eel "" i,. l Inlk to men about others you live, I[ Heaiitnoitt, mill HII>*" they must something I could do. I Elanudged him. "Marmaduke as the crews Cambridge and daughters, \fr. and Mrs. J. D.
,,i,i- :11' anal& they uie right I or not what you get, but how work out Home nay to si\e "I wlhh mere was,'. Dan groaned. how can you? she remonstrated.\ slightly ahead, swept. on toward' Dobbs, and Mr. and r. 1'''. Carl ysra

i h, Khis that unregener- much you can give. 1 I.cc tllJ.t't1wr.I "Y'know, I was just thinking to Wuveitree looked at her blanU1 the finish line. Dobbs. .i '

'. smut 1-ench. There Iswar If you live close to nod in His | : myself here's a clever wt tnlln. I la the Oxford shell, with Lee at I I' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Through e 1;
.,. ,i,1, ,generated/ men can- infinite grace !I {'JI.\I"nm-Wtl.n; : I II If them was any way out, she'd "\\' were foolish," Elsa con stroke, and Paul In the number' and Bonn Clyde und Aaron, spent '4

)l le i i'lui'iiiisness must he You don't have to tell It, it showsin I Elsa Ciaddock was: alone us Dun find it. tinued. "But It was only a flirta- haven position Just behind him the I the weekend In Shamrock as the "
,1\ I IKUS Christ our God your face. ;31urld.in entered her bookshop, an I "Oh. I've thought und thought l tion. "coxswain urged the crew on. Thunderous guests of Mr and Mrs. H Keene. I f
,I "i'' the sermon on they --Author Unknown. i hour later !She:! displayed no InterI but. The Dean controlled his anger. i ours rolled sense the river I Mis T. N. Norman has return- j '4'e' I

? ally moot of them --.-.. .- I seat I us the elderly man began to "Well. that's mighty kind of "Don't lie to me, sir." he burst ., and Molly and Dan excitedly oil, home after spending\ the past d {p'' ,
11/I 'MI use high-sounding : browse aio.mcl Dan appraised her you. Now maybe if we were to out. Mrs Criddock has freely Joined in cheering for Oxford. I month In points In the north. 'vy '!
,, .,110111, the ethics of JPSUJippllatlon The average/ housewife walks I I fur u moment, then picked up a put our heads together we coruVsHCd everything." Lee's face was! strained with U. C. Keene, of Shamrock Is !
CI,1 t of Ills prlncl- about five miles dally performingher | hook and went" over to the desk, might get somewhere," S'"ltll'nlyVavertl''e understood. I agony, his teeth gilt ted. spending a while here with RudOlph f

"'et Human life How little household duties.country "Send this up to Dan Sheridan'sat Elsa: sat there, thinking hard, "Sh has?" he Bald delightedly. "We're gaining men!" the cox- Clilsm. t I (
Mmen realize that to live the The Mitre, will you?" Dan watched her anxiously. Suddenly ""'hllt n relief" sir! Naturally. I I,swam cried "Give. everything Mrs E. E. Yarbrougu was visit !, t+ ,

'.,,1 r m 'he mount and to ap- They lake the statementthat "Dun-,Sherlilan!" Elsa exclaimed an idea seemed to strike! her hud to protect a woman, but now I 'you've got!" ing her mother 111'0.V.. K. Kersey ?t p

ly I' ni ,'dues of Jesus to human Jesus made to an individual startled. "Theie's only one way," she need lie no more!" "I'm going to raise the beat!" Sunday nfteinoon i '
IelII is necessary to be born who la supposed to be a Christian muttered, almoHt to herself I "And you allowed another man I Lee panted. Mrs Audrey Newmans of Jack"j! ,
Dun not to notice her
toil, i SDK never tells a slnnei und apply the statement to nations astonishment.pretended"Yeah. I've got a "1 know theic's to be something to take the blame for this! Mr. Slowly. Inch by inch the Oxford sonville, spent the weekend here 'i '$, ', *lt
do good He offers to make a who are unconverted. Jesus said, !' Dan exclaimed I Waveitree, I am aghAst!" the shell moved up on Its timehonored with her brother-in-law and slater, I
j loy here Lee Sheiidan. Know
.nn', good He tells saints to boo 9, "If a man smite you on one cheek him?" "But I'm afraid." I I'hat Dean exclaimed. ilvuls. The Thames was a bed- Mr. und Mrs. T. N. Norman
) mil to do good. If Jesus'li I turn the other." If we are goingto : "\\ ? A girl of your spirit?" "I'm sure you are, sir" was the lam of sound as Oxford cough Mr and Mis Leroy. Norman and '
.11 plan example for human be take His words literally, let us "I do. Indeed. Elsa was distraught. "Oh I do reply"but It didn't seem any then paused CombiMge, and Mild I Miss Audrey Norman spent the i' ,
to copy then, Ho Is not a remember" that the only fighting "Nice kid, isn't he?" so want to help you' good owning up. You never believe over t the line a winner. Completely past week In Canul Paint with Mr. ',
ell I
alto fit Is> out despair. Jesus told us not to do Is to fight "Your son Mr. Sheridan, Is avery "%Vell, then with that kindheart I when I do." I exhausted by their Herculean und Mrs. Harvey Edwards. i
S In defense of self He never told greal gentleman," she sold IIi yours you will\ won't efforts the rowers dropped their !Mr and Mrs. B M. McRae of n c

Fa the lust few years in col- I us not to fight to defend the life I arnestly you?" I I Not lung afterwards Paul Beaumont ours Paul Beaumont had just Pine Level were visiting relativesin F ai

get md young people's religiousetting I of a little child or to protect the Dan beamed.1'11., I'm glad to "I'll III try. was the hesitant hurried to Lee's rooms Lee enough strength left to clasp Lee'shan.l this section Monday afternoon t,r,I+ '
m curds have been passed weak. He sOlid, "Don't defend hear you say so. He suddenly became ii-fly. I looking moodily\ at a letter he had before he cUUapKe(1.'lth( u Miss Dorothy Not'man Is spendIng ,i'' e
aying) 'Co the event of war 1 I yourself. I will take cure of you. I confidential "You know," he Dun took her hand He raised it written started as he saw who feeling of undiluted triumph he this week In Jacksonville with, I, .i

refuse to. fight except In defenseatm You be due to me. I will fight for aid! "I ought to be sore at him. to his lips and!, gallantly he kissed his visitor win His expression had: never known before Lee Sher- relatives.. '
) country when it Is invaded." you."" "The angel of the Lord \Here I've come five thousand miles It. "Thank you mu'am," he Bald grim and 1 forbidding Paul crossed 1 Ilan waved happily\ to Molly and I Charney Yurbrcmgh' of Wood-

Terse voting people are taught to encampeth round about them that to see him row against Cambridge biokenly "Thanks u thousand I the loom Dun whose arms were mound each lawn, wax visiting! Rudolph Clilani r i,. '
believe that It la tmchriattnn to fear Him.: Personally. I do not nd what do I find That:. he's been times. You've made an old man Suddenly, unable to carry the other, out on the river A bank I and R. C. Keene Friday ''; ,

tight xcipt< In defense of theirT. believe that this nation should kicked: out for being caught witha very happy I I pieterme. longer, Paul extended his THE: END. i Mrs. Louise Denmark spent the
fight any foreign wars on foreignsoil. girl." Slowly he turned and went out. ,' hand. "Yank I'd like to shake your i wcek-oml hole with her parents. Tf ';, yt

However, I do resent the Elsa fidgeted. "Dhdid\ he Once beyond. eight of the bookshop hand!" he said huskily According to statistics younger I .
g modernists misquoting and misrepresenting tell you who it was?" however his expression changed.He I His face reflecting his confusion. sons of families are better equipped South Dakota high schools had :
1 ; Jesus Christ I da I Suddenly Dan seemed to see for hurried around a corner, to a I Lee took It. with brains than their elder an increase In enrollment of 602
.. Get Rid of Acid fy any modernist to find one word the first time the name of the spot where Holly was, waiting. I "Say what Is this?" he demanded. brothers. I percent between 1903: and 1935. 1 j

And Poisonous" Wut that Jesus ever uttered that says I cover of a book on the desk. "Did it work?" she asked -----
Your ktriny hog i to kwp yon.wtQfcy eugt."r-I Paul laughed. "Srf you'd steal /{
"Ciaddock? he asked with a iy
not to puz-
loniuntly) (Uterine out. itmtur that a Christian la to fight HOME'a
from 1:: th. Mood. II your. :,.dni:5: (..Stenelionaly protect the weak. If 1 saw a man led look. "Seems like that wa "Y'know" Dan said I my girl would you? I've just seen KEY-McCABE FUNERAL
novt ..)....disordered Impurlt!... thur may boo t. beating unmercifully a little child the name."" He looked up. "Could "the little lady has her good ,I Elsa, She went to the Dean and t
1oI.minn' ol Ik* whole lyeUm ...db.dymd be Elsa Craddock?" points. It wouldn't surprise me if confessed" II MRS. U C SIcCABK, Lady Attendant
and it was to fight to you
d......... necessary "
Buml... .....t/ or tea fraqaonl ..... protect the child, I would do it and "Yes, I am," she answered de- we found she s got a heart of Lee was startled. "Confessed! JACKSONVILLE, H.A. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. t3' f i ''r
UUoo bliddir nay)diaLur.b.. warning....._ ol HJtM kidttq. while doing It I believe I would be muiely gold."" But that" means you'll be sent 43 W. 'bureh-Phone 0-1338 SO SU\! George Phone 27 ;s i Y iI
You may) ullr .. llnf M.be.. Dan pretended great admiration. Dan WHS more or less right. A down.
the will of God. It is my
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h..d. ,Mlaclual' 1._
AM Elsa sat before the "Oh no, it doesn t. She put It
.1I.r up .1...... _..sea. oral" opinion that if I trust Jesus Christ "Well, don't that beat every- few hours later "
viI t b..yM1..1. wwk. d.tvvi* as I should and that If I am surrendered thing! Now I certainly don't blame Dean her hear bowed in contri- on Wuvertree.
IB Ktb vat_ It to.....M ray.M A to Him fully and unconditionally him. Didn't know Lee was sucha Lee grinned as the Idea permeated UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. '
_Id.. Ibis k.. we..outry..id.sedaim tion."My husband has forgiven me." ',
,.... .. I can afford to do what good picker. yl ( t.
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....... V.. .mr.tkl5lr: A xMO.io a T Wbly He said, at least figuratively, "If 1 Elsa became serious. "But I assure she sai.l.\ sobbing "We've sold the "Come on. laugh! Paul urged. I.. C.ft'CAnE"! President, ,
Dmr'a A .ew.Ab.rl. a man smite you on one cheek, you. Mr. Sheridan was
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He thinks there's be less reinstated, and now we II Industrial A;
turn the other," and I can do it : nothing wrong. .
DOANS PILLS with the assurance that He will I Dun waved this aside. "Of temptation. there But I have a beat Cambridge all hollow! I I. L. 8API, Keprenentatlve' Gate r ,t tsa
fight for me. i course not Not with a girl like conscience t couldn t go without "Etna put It on Wuvertree? '

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AS JUNE 19 Illi Hut very often he won't buy j tl J II I
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Of it's nice LITTLE Dill common sense in the se-
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AND thinks the family needs some-
him with a gift on Fa NOW lection of gifts for Father's t j
THEN. GIVE; HIM thing; else more. Surprise
er say, but you can also Day. Give useful ,
remember him every day In FISHING TACKLE things. Dad with something for his .
the year and keep him from AND rah ,
worrying about grocery bills PLEASED liE IS FINE SHIRTS, white stripes, solids $1.00 to $1.50!)!) f 1'; ; f

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hard so that, you might have all the comforts anyoneas you don't believe up and take notice. \
it just try a box on him this year and see. Of t
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Bradford County Telegraph TOO LATE :Sties. M. E.: Crew correspondent electrical storm that caused WONDERFUL. TEAChERr VMo wish to tham ,

I ono death In this county late Mon _____ I II ot' the many eXP'1",.,.,1 '11.
Established 1877 i Continue From PAge One) I pathy and for ""I I)
TO CLASSIFY Align Jewel Carter sport the day ,afternoon also pulled a freakish tire mull. ,."'.
week-end at Macclenny with Miss stunt nt the homp of Mr. and and brought out his shotgun and I tloweru that comfun!, "' "'
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class OF IH'SSFl.t.: KtY Dorothy Adklna. Mrs T. S. Williams on N. Walnut i'rid 1 bin visitors not to stand on I I in our recent, berem .mcnt' m

-- "....,........,.. YrI.s r..,.. '..n. Mr and Mrs. Chris Stevenson St. A bolt evidently passed the order of their leaving. But Mr*. J. p Mot I i,!|, ,"
!Matter at the Post:; Office at Starke, Florida alas "hili.
of Gainesville, were recent guest through; the two front unstalmbediooms. As Burns said "The wisest

." Sneaked to Tallahassee last !lof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. knocking plaster from plans of mice and men gang oft"[

E.: L.I Matthews ", ___ ___ _. __ _______Editor and Owner week to see up what the old town Mrs. H. C. Wlmberley. Jr., of the wall In each room. The hole agile." For now come the sixth

_. looked like durin' the "off season Nichols and Miss Pattie Wlmber In each room, although they are pioneer with this statement:
ley spent several days here with separated by a hall, was the same "That thar gun Is mine and Spiller -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and it sure was quiet. Hotel lob-
relatives recently. size and shape (about a foot anda had no right to sell hit. How-
bies usually teeming with legislators .
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance contractors, lobbyists, pardon Mice Louisa Marr spent several half In diameter) and were in snmever, you can snap away till
Rates ApplicationA day last week a lluxvllle with corresponding locations on the the cows come home and hurt no-
Advertising on seekers or favor hunters, were -
I relatives: wall. No one was In the house at body. For when Splser told his THE
deserted. Streets were practically
M. Carter was a visitor to the time the bolt struck. wife to bring the powder, she
PLACE THAT CAN NEVER BE FILLED empty. Parking spaces were Staike Saturday afternoon.Mr. brought, by mistake some SMILEof
easy to find. Folks you met were
quite the same. A very and Mrs. Leslie Grlffta of pounded-up charcoal, what was
Starke will never afrain seem not burdened with brief cases and Returns To Work'
Maxvllle visitors here Sun- fur the hawgs to keep the cholery
vital part and parcel of it was torn away this week with the worried looks. When you did find day afternoon.were L. S. Hutto section foreman with often 'em. So I'll thank you to
residents in three or four in a group they usu- the S. A. L. Ry. Co. has returnedto
of its oldest '
passing of II. E. Lagergren, one Buster Butler, of Maxvllle, was hand me the weappin.:
ally were talkln' about flshln' or
his work after confined to
; point of years and surely its richest in point of memory. 'golf rather than politics. I a visitor here Saturday. bed for two weeks being as the resultof Exasperated beyond measure, PROTECTIOI]
the tried homesteader
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter wereIn sorely pick
The entire community had come to depend on him for The state house was deserted as I an accidental bullet wound. Mr.
Jacksonville Tuesday.lroo1.7ir11viv. ed up a frow, a wedge, two-Inch It cun only toot (from
information. factual! historical and professional-to an extent far an the Governor and cabinet tlutto was working some men
auger a drawknlfe and a one-man nounri, iul that will be realized more and more, instead of less as officers were concerned. The north of Starke when he suddenly crosscut saw hurled them all into acre! Every "li>m..nl. of,
slaves! who put In their time an-
felt sensation In the
a burning
the cnrt and told his visitors to worry ami ti-ui I m t ,|,, .
time Abstracts will be harder to make, and land. novln' poundln onaddln' .n
passes. Mr's. Oscar ( nrter, Cor. pit of his stomneh. At first he go to Halifax Tin- next day ho from jour .KliotiUti, I
less to settle without the willing advise of Mr. machines and doln' olher did not know what had happenedbut I '
disputes easy ,returned to Kingsley lake and cast anti th- cost IK ..11,, ,i Ii
!.a'-vrgren.; Ho, was an invaluable source of data because he routlno chores sat llntlessly about DouglasNormanMr soon discovered that he had his lot among the genial settlers I
stifling/ offices and visitors-even I W E.: Norman announces been hit by a twenty-two rifle billet I. there. Later: he found that his un- LET us N urn:
knew every foot of Bradford County. having mapped it many tramp newspapermen-- welcome .
I the manl3gi of Tils daughter. Miss fired by some young men who had
pleasant experience been real-
times in his career as a surveyor and engineer, and because I j I Bertlce Norman, to Mr. William were target prnctlcing. The bullet ly a blessing In disguise, for the YOUR 1!' 'H'H \ \( i.V i./: :

tramping along its highways and by-ways was not only his With Governor Fred away chas- |i Monroe Douglas of Miami, on May narrowly mssed! puncturing his timber on the homestead was only \\ represent ., 'I I
In' Tarpon at Boca Grande, Mrs. IV I 28th. Mis"l !Norman has many intestine doctors said. black and ie.reliable
but also his chief diversion.Not pruce pine, of no value CDI11I"'iI'>; ,hi'
profession (
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l. his' who fiiond here vtho wl' It her much
personal secretary : ----- --
the soil .
very poor and the fel'nsn1pant TlieCt, Uuhilitt. v., ,
among the l least to miss Mr. Lagergn-n will be t this !toes a swell Job of stand In' guard liapplnews They will make their I Preaching ServicesThe "sobby" spots, unfit for cultivation. IJUv and I'ln. Held- '1HJi''

newspaper for he brightened many an otherwise dull week 'it I the Inner door, was relieved of |i !io:iv In Miami where Mr. Doug< ,. '
'he task of flghtln' orf the rabble I.'.. IB employed. Rev. George J. Schkms will .
with a clever story concerning characters and incidents long that Is constantly trln' to get in I I j Mr. S. H. Thompson and d ugh- I speak at the China Grove Baptist --- --- I JOHNS AND

since forgotten by everyone except this grand old man. If MIB Thief Executive's hair, and t.r l Sirs. Troy Bennett, of Church Sunday' night at 7:30: Births i

news were scarce and it looked as if we might have to work permitted me to sit on the edge : were vla'tlng'! here 1.awteY'j F. M He will tell of his conversion Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Hodge \VAIN WRIGHT
nt her deMk und get chummy for Mr and Mrs. Truman Norman I to Jesus Christ. The publicIs Sicoker June 3, glil.
the scissors overtime in order to fill up the paper we had only Invited to listen to this marvelous Mr. and 1'1I0 "; 13
the better pait of a half-hour. I and Mrs. J. S. Norman were shop Mrs. L. R. Green, Brook- ,
to call on Mr. Lagergren and he would come to the rescue Branch Cone who Is usually ping In Starke Saturday afternoon '-/ testimony of the Grace of God ,el', June 8, boy.

'tnpe-deep' in customers and h Id- that called him from the slums of Mr. and lIra..Ilson May, '
with a wise and witty story of the early days in Starke. I i; j
len behind a desk full of correspondence Mr. and Mrs. George Parrish of Chicago to the pulpit.hearing HJlmpton, June 8, boy. ; "f t l@
I .
His fund of Bradford County lore was truly astoundingand I actunlly looked lone- Stnrktt, were!' visiting her sister, e> Mr. and Mrs. John Mjgyarl, ',;g:''"'

apparently boundless. The last note we had from him, I ome and he not ony had time to tfis. D. Carter Sunday. I Postponed :Starke, boy, June 1. i I'i

I chat with me without Interruption' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mersey, of I Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hall,
written in pencil on the back of an envelope and left in the The Florida
but we topped that off by steppln' f1tnrl_; _._. no,.. "'tt.ra..._ "lahlnO'. ;.......... ""I..tl"u"._..n_ _hat's.V I _._ *ht t. Railroad ,Commls- 'Hampton! boy, June 6. I Register Motor C
typewriter, followed an editorial in which the Telegraph stat- out for a cold drink which doesn't Sunday. alt>n n stain wren announced mat a (

___ J ed that no one had ever been drowned in Kingsley Lake. The happen very often durln' the busy' I I Little Bernice Denmark is 1'Georgia hearing upon Southern on application& Florida of RailI the- New ---1 i I1

teason. I i,spending a while in Jacksonville
note read : "For your private information Ordway, 1 Way to curtail Its service between The County has

= a boy about 16 years old (first name forgotten) drowned in !, Bill Taylor all dressed up In a with her cousin Lenora Rivers. I Valdosta, Ga., and Palatka had and Installed a new thirty-six Starke Fla.Headquarters
i new white suit and lookln' likeonebody's Mrs. Gladys; carter was visitingMr. I .
Kingsley Lake in 1882. I lived on the lake at the time and I I bridegroom or some- and Mrs. W. E. Norman in been Indefinitely postponed. Iti drawer filing cabinet in Clerk of
i had been scheduled for Court A. J. Thomas' office in the
attended the funeral.-L. N." We shall always prize that I I thin', quit count In' how many ho- Hellbronn section, Saturday. in Lake City.BOOTSEY'S. yesterday courthouse here to house overflowing I:I
tls he's got and estlmutln' next AiV. and Mjs. ester Sponholtz, I for
note and keep it as a .reminder of the friendly advice and county records. The cabInet |I
year s tourist crop long enough for 'of Webster, and Mrs. W. H. Nor-' I '
constructive criticism that made Mr. valued a1 I matches the many other cabinets -!
Lagergren so ne to practice! on him with my MIlO spent lant week-end visiting REACT! In color and design. LEADINCTJRE

friend. new candid camera. I I relatives here. 111Effie. Crawford, Cor. -.- :

Here at last is where the trite expression that "no one 'olin English was out mukln' a Mrs. 'V.I A.
ipeech to a flock of 4-H girls but : Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson I Kelsey
returned -
can ever fill his place" takes on new meaning, for it is not LAWTErI Mis.
his secretary and I get along a lot |I I to their home In Plant City Evelyn Louise Kelsey, 60.

idle phrase-making to say that no one can ever take, Mr.Lagergren's better when he ain't there anyhow I,| O. .1. Phillips, Correspondent I I Sunday after spending some time I died last Friday night at her homeat VALUES

place for, with his passing, passes also that and besides he's caused enough I here with her parents, Mr. and the State Farm near here, following
llsturbance.around office to Building Activities a heart attack. Funeral
my Mrs.
Bartley Johns.
loveable, laughable part of Starke's early history which most justify my mess In' up his. I Several new buildings In and Mrs. J. Roy Owen and son, Algle Cervices were held Sunday mornIng GOODj'tEAnSPEEDWAY

of us know only through his writings in the Telegraph.We Col. Jim Lee was off somewbtretryin near town are under construction. ,I I of Avon Park are spending from the residence and interment

are more than ever conscious of the limitation of to collect enough taxes to Among: them is the home of Mrs. some time here with her son and was at Inverness. Besides j

pay back that borrowed money the Rachel Browning, located west of ,I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr8.I her husband Wallace A. Kelseyi;
words when it comes time to final tribute to this great '
pay 'Itrus folks town who Is building she la survived two
are runnln' a fever a modern Wilbert Crawford.' by children
character. It is ironical but true that his life with his vast --er But since they been borrown' bungalow; on her farm. The Baptist I'I Mrs. O. C. Geiger of Starke, and two sisters.

interest in people as well as in all phases of nature, could money and payln' it back as parsonag? is rapidly nearing nnd Mrs. Leonard Vickery and I.J
long as I can remember I don't completion and the School cafeteria daughter, Ruth of Tallahassee A colony of bats In a cave near
have been done justice only in a story written by his own | ,
joe what there I la to get so excited build intf, whlch Is being rebuilt were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert San .',,n'.onlo, Tex., devour approx- "11 "

facile pen. Modest as he was, however, it would never have I :about. I with NYA labor.. Is._ nearlnr, Crawford: here Saturday. Imately 600 tons of insects an- '
'" 'i
occurred to him that this would be of interest to anyone outside Road Chairman Arthur Hale appeared completion. j Little Esther Geiger, of this nually. I ,

, his own family circle. to be the busiest of anyone Mrs. Harley: : Entertains. section is spending this week with II I
with customers waltln to see him Mrs. Edna Harley entertained her grandparents. Mr. and Mr*. O. sorely need at this time all over''
Of these elements of modesty, helpfulness, and love of vhlle he chewed pencils and triedto the little folks at the home of Mr. C. Gelger. of Starke. the world. I

mankind are many great men fashioned. figure out how the hang you :: and Mrs. A. H. Halley Tuesday I Mrs. Arvle Johns and baby are I A special song "What Are We '

o an build new roads and take care afternoon honoring her little visiting friends and relatives In ,I Doing For Them" aided In carry-

',f those you already have when daughter.; Shirley Ann who was! Plant City this week. j ling the message.
HOW TO JET ALONG O WITH OTHER PEOPLE 'here's nothln' to use for money. !i r celebrating her third birthday. | Mr. and Mrs. George Allison, Another meeting will be held at I ,

We are indebted to one of our readers for bringing to our Arthur has been doln' a bang up i' Pastor To Return ;i of Jacksonville, were visiting the Tabernacle tonight (Friday' ) i I I

attention the following commandments for getting alon; with job and his department Is looked ,i The Rev. C. E. Cutshaw and friends and relatives In this section and if you have not yet attended ,
Ton by everyone ss the most efficient 'family, who have been spending Sunday. you will find It a profitable place I
other people. The exact authorship of the rules is doubtful and best managed in the the'r vacation In Greenville Tenn.. i I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns, of Live to go and fellowship. This week: i 4,15-s

but they are worthwhile, and we are glad to pass them on. itJte set-up. I I with friends and relatives are expected Oak, spent Sunday with his "The Blind Watchman! | Why take chances on
Missed the new Attorney Canal ents, Mr. and Mrs. -.. smooth.thin tires when 4
1-Keep skid chains on your tongue; always say less si on my first visit but managed to return to their home J. A. Chesser, C Bartley E par-I 'OTU'K: nr ss IK 01"'-'I'"\ ( -- you can get bit, husky,
here Friday and he will resume l'IIt: IFI<-PUS safe 4 "'.II
new C.'oodyeiirs at
than you think. Cultivate a low persuasive voice. How you to catch him In the next day and his duties as pastor of the Baptist I Mrs. R. N. Crawford and NOTKM3, IS HKItttlir: .IIVRV thai uch low prices? Guaranteed :

say it often counts more than what you say. vhile he was up to his ears In an i: Church holding services at Kffie. all of thh section were vis- written r.'m. KnirllMi 1''I""r| ban Ihnt riled the tax with certif me for life. ti:7r.J

'mportant conference he took timeout i 11 o'clock :, llois to Jacksonville, Tuesday. .I...It I,,_ t.K.tn.r with I all I "uhMeouent
2-Make promises sparingly and keep them faithfully, Sunday" morning.
to shake hands and extend a''J -- -.-. omitted. or levied taxui. held bv the I I
matter what it costs Tax Books To ClourAt I !Still I be udverrtHed nnd void. to tha '
no you. kindly welcome. Judge Gibbs Is an MISSION HALL AND )lilt-brut, ) hlddei for ash nM1.o"ht".. $ S $ 2'aG.
3-Never let an opportunity pass to say a kind and encouraging ible mnn and his appointment met the regular meeting of the TABERNACLRSomething l h v fhapter U:98 of the 1917 acts $76OI$8O5JO5I$2$ 51$
"f 1-orlHliitiiro..
.'Ith | Council held recently the 1937 tax uimn th" tot I'sv.
to about Praise work popular favor. I Inn deiiutlbed rwal estate I in the
thing or somebody. good .
With the election over Senator broke were ordered closed but taxpayers I : of the spirit and ('ouiiiy of ttindfoid, State of Flor-

done regardless of who did it. If criticism is needed, criticize Pepper's office has moved Into I may still pny up their taxes "'"'Ira<*e of the forefathers was ida"3, AITOH to-wlt:In N\V ('tor of c',. of All-Wcatb. OooAytat Rllly

helpfully never spitefully. '|acious quarters in the new Fed- If paid at once without penalty felt in the message given at the H\Vl' of NW'/i 50... 2S Tp 0 H. 1t'.th.:>OAltq..l.II. .
while the collector Is making out Foible n. 22 I It.. containing 3 Acres C-3 I. 'topt"
Study :
Tal Tuesday The :
building with Secretary Jack I night. more or lenn. ..._built
4-Be interested in others interested in their I I
; pursuits his advertised, ll< Lesson S
3uthrle In charge. Correspondence was taken from, or rather The taxes to be KoM ire evlloured I .. .*tra afetjr O.s
their!' welfare, their homes and families. Make merry with 'Ince the election has been excep- I Shl'plnI'n..on: I found in, 1st Timothy 6:12: where by xpertlvely., certificate and film.rrnrrxriit 447 ,of tnte": re-roi'I!I and ...nice I A. low s.

those: that rejoice ; with those who weep mourn. Let every lonallv heavy anti Jack Is taking Fordhooks and corn continue to Paul admonishes Timothy his son I the. tx-ni-H' I'lZt to liTt. both Incluxlv ,

meet however humble feel that regard him are of as much as he can here to'j hold the spotlight here on the ship In the gospel to fight the fight ALSO. amnunllnif: I.ut :n-l Inv to IIS Hdlawn.87. !Hi< '
one i BA77ERYTESTJSifi
you you &!
, i relieve the senator's Washington ping platform as the 1938 season of i Faith and Chat faith was nott I 14 T|". 6 8. r:. 22 E., containing I'
one of importance. office. I Is drawing to a close While prices ,, be just Timor hy'a Idea of things 1, 10 AI'r.... more or I....". I F REE
Thc tnxeH tn l h. Hold nre i>vl :
, 5--Re cheerful. Keep the corners of your mouth turned "Jook" joints and night clubs, so on Ford hooks have been diaap-, and faith In himself, for Jesus' (I.)' .'ertIfI'ite oI"M. 241 18 and 210 or'uao '
most himself told the and 1UJ4 roHperltvelv "''d ..,.... .'
I pointing
during sessions growers report a diciples where to'
nopular legislative :
I : Coma In rcsu.u'.JforourFRE :
Hide pains. worries and disappointments under a r'sant "n"u'l taxes for !
up. your ._ list, ... the .
I.e rather drab and colorless af- profit on this crop. I place that faith when He said'' ,vn..... .. ." 'n" "u.L u'o .L....L. '
' smile. Laugh at good stories and learn to tell them. 'airs right now, struggling to keep, PersonalsMr. I I "Have' faith In God." The kind of i!I amounting MttIrt tax .certificate to 3'I557.: together.11".1 with 'j ,' 13-

Preserve an open mind on all debatable questions >p 'n with very little patronage In and Mrs. George Schloas ofStarke 1th needed then and even until ,I tilt.... .mibiimiuent. omitted /or LeviedSt'frsosrWi I II point BatterY'rt51
pits of good food and prices. were visitors here Sunday. this day, Is the kind Paul had, for 5 wIll. I h. "ht I.. the hll1'h".1 Service. Regular
Discuss but not argue. It is a mark of superior minds tot bld.l..r at the Courthouse door In
* Pelng a dry county you are Mrs. E. E. Buiney and children, aLter being stoned, put In prison diy or July, 1035.
attention to your
disagree and yet be friendly. of : 'nd "beaten : M
Mgcd to buy your liquor by the Jacksonville areNltlng friends many stripes .
7-Let your virtues, if you have any, speak for themselves
t : and refuse to talk of another's vices. Discourage gos- 'ou know somebody. And It's scosy Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton, of to pav: "I have fought a good (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS,) sure :you long

> to make friends In Tallahasre Branford. were visiting relatives fight, I have finished my course, 'I..rk' nl. ''it'eut', ) Oourt of trouble-free service.M .
sip. Make it a rule to say nothing of another unless it is that there Is little Inconven- here Sunday.Mr. I have kept the faith" : "hence- t7t7.1.I1r..lt"'d. ('Ullllty. Florida,

something good. : !ence. Automobiles while not at and Mrs! M. B. Plummer orth theme Is laid up for me a I -

, 8-Be careful of another's feeling. Wit and humor at comfortable and cozy as the popu- returned home Friday from Mlim crown of righteousness which the
and other points on the East Coast .ord, the righteous
r tup rooms and cocktail par. judge, shall
the other fellow's expense are rarely worth the effort and lore of dry Polk nevertheless where they have been spending give me at that day: and not to

may hurt where least expected. tttve those who want what they their vacation. me only but unto all them also

9-Pay no attention to ill-natured remarks about you. ala when they want it. Miss Katharine Galloway, ofanford. that love His appearing" 2nd Tim.
But time marches on and l while "> was visiting relatives 478. Hurrah for Paul! the world
c Simply live that nobody will believe them. Disordered
nerves and friends aecda
he capital city may at the mo- here Sunday.A. more of his kind.Tabernacle .
' and a bad digestion are a common cause of back-biting. nent he enjoying hr little siesta A. Annie who is employed In

10-Don't be too anxious about your dues. Do your work, lobbyists are busy! making plans Tizeihtirst, Ga., is spending some A large crowd gathered at the
nd legislators old and new arewaltin' time at his home here In Cracker Tabernacle on Friday to hear the
be and
patient. keep your disposition sweet, forget self, and
( the happy hour when the Six.Mrs. Rev. Herbert Amster, of Atlanta,
you will be rewarded. Ian will gather and the business T. J. Terry was visiting a Christian Jew. He brought; aInjrmg

n of keepin and breakln' promises relatives at Alachim Wednesday. message and his hearer

VALUE OF THE HUMAN BODY vlll again get under way. H R. Atwood, who has been visiting listened with open minds and
Then like Mehitabel. Tallahas- in Bessemer and other points hearts. So Interested and thrilled p IK
Scientists'! tell us that if reduced to commercial] products, lee will bestir herself and we'll in Alabama,.rrtuined; to hi. home were they by his Instructive mes- < ..,'' 1i LUXURIOUS NEW ZEPHYR BUSES

the human body contains enough fat for seven bars of soap :ind "There a a dance In the old I, here Friday.Mrs. sage that more than one business "' <"" ''' LOWEST T.tEEZ-CKOICE CT ROUTES

for ime yet." C. R., Atkinson and son, !nan was heard to remark the next f" .). 2Vi .e.qii. i? .r.ut. '. 'ou r lo. HI 'accuse i*""*''
enough phosphorous matches .
I 2,000 enough lime to whitewash --
:= lon
i : M.lor L..M" hiw hn. I* stey days
Cecil of Ft. Pierce, Jay that he c:
--+---- are visitingMrs. could have listened .. _/ __:> J-5." C "',,I l>r bus at t. .sst .1' dnoa5 *
a small house, enough iron for two nails two pounds of i Atkinson parents Mr. and iwo hours without being weary. -- .& .., flout ,|p Itotind Trip

sugar six teaspoonfuls of salt, ten gallons of water, one dose Townsend NoticeThe : '.frs A. M. Elanchard. The Jew who are looking for the .5 tt.isO'i5 ','.7.v ill Sul

of magnesia and a small amount of sulphur. It's a remark- semi-annual election of Hubbard Harley, who la employed Messiah should hear and heed l iav'oat '..ia *KW OHK
ownsend Club officers will be In Jacksonville spent the week- these biethren of theirs who VICE STATION
able thing that all of these are
. elements, when combined make r eld at the reguhr meeting Monty nd at his home here. lot only carrying this message toa \ 5% CareS

person some of whom are invaluable, and other (unfor- night, June 20. at eight o'clock Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville, lost world and pointing their

tunately) who are hardly worth the commercial product the court house. All members Nail visiting: here Sunday. race to their only hope., which Is _
e urged to be present by Ernest Mrs. F R. Carradlne Is the
1 that could be made from them. visitingtienus Christ, but are also! making
hornquest, secretary. : In Tampa this week. irIend.5 l for them which they so

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